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MR LECTURE LAST EVENING
THE STORY OF HER CONVENT I IFE
VTIUT TDK MONASTIC litll TI1CU.
THE "VOWS THAT ARE TAKEN
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Taa wall-alrrlnl lector, t! Mlu Willi
O (torn.., DUUwt "Ufa In a Cootanl," u
iracna ua largni udlagca la Uacrtn ball
walcu baa Ulal that bolldlnc alne. 111 an
lion, tod btiMea thU many war. laraad awij
unablo to gel admluloo.
Thera eililM In to, mlodi o( tha puMIe
WASHINGTON, D. 0., TIIMSDAY MOUNING, FBBltUAlvY 8, 1872. ,
An weahlnov wruhhlft.r anil anrh labor..
At 8 o'clock they donnd their uniform an
went to acbool, and At U dinner wu irreJ.
ThU meal consisted principally of oup made
t poor and Infected meaL After dinner
achoolwu returned ftnd continued until 8.
The children were then diverted of their not
form and usnmed their old rag. At 8
o'clock upper wei Rlren. ThUm-alwa
mad ep ol ttush and molaaao, aod, by way
of variation, moth aod battermllk ometla.e.
TIT" DILtCATI 8TOMACDS
of the children refused to receive thU coarse
food, and they were made tick. In an In
iknna whnra a child retdied toeiL the flbe
IB DUUIIS . T .. -Jr. . Z '-... . . ...'.... i-'.jj
eomethtnir nt en aviM-iterw. th. . , " HCWrtf J WW W n nun mat we n.ua gin
ao-nowing oi an expectancy that edlitur uotii ah wusladtodo to.
Lhogood I MiMOGmenluen reUtod aeloryrcgard.
svisi&.wm mvnw dead.
out i yean oi are, jei ail were requireu to
I.0S TOTHS CATHOMC CHURCH
Death of the rrlnuUefthottiirchef Ibe
BKKfCit 0? THE MFC OP THE DECEASED
bance would result, but happily (or the
name of Washington thl anUelnsUon was
disappointed. That ctnsa for noger fu
Ktren cannot U denied, bat at the eame time
It U credlublo, to thle community, aa a whole,
that, nollke other communities where Ulu
O'Qorinao hu rpoken, the right of free
peech wu acknowledged by all. Only once
daring her dUcoursowushe Interrupted, aixl
then the solitary hlu wu provoked by a ih
M Till LKCfVRl.
Jus O Oortntn bgan br eartutf that manjr
j-enoni were Uiro who differed wlih her.
nd many othert who agreed. She would
r to h Catholic prcMnt that thla waa a
land oC Ubortr. and trtry one wu entitled to
rxettUethorixbtot freeepeech. Sheatkcd
that the Catholic iwrllon of her audience
would not dlwaoe their religion by attempt
Inj? Ui ralMdTtarbance. Her elatemeot.
ehu ialJ would kIto platwa. dttw, aod alt
uoctuary lnfurmaitoa The
tare ht that the B I start muU live In direct otu
poaiUon to uature. Kmhraccd with la ibn
walle of a content were found young, beauti
ful. Intelligent lodloe. who had been reared
'", l7. nd had oreaken, la an hour of
wild and youthful enlbuMum, home of com
Inri for a home within the watle of a coureuL
The candl-Ute was rvqalred to lake towi ut
orcrly, duality and oboJleace. To make
(Uio lecturer) had Hoed tho order of
miteri oi vuariiy m mwuoh, n. j in 1S0J.
rrvparatory U the candldate'i reception
afae wm required to make a full coofeMlon to
prletU l)y the conrcetlonal itiuu tho
Church of Home ruled orer todlTldaal mlnda
and crushed out liberal cullmcut. To Join
tbercllzloueordoraof the Church of Itoiae
required the reonnolatloa of father, mother,
rUwr aod brother! ererr fcellotf of the
heart waa uutod, and ft farewell bidden to
the entire world before a lady entered a con
-.ant Before me lecturer entered the order
he had read and hoard o much of the lire
of duo that the had concetred the hlihen
Idea of their perfection. Bat the Illusion
had been dUpeded.
Mn O (Jormta then proceeded toRlrean
account of themanuer In whlchacandtdtto
wu recdvod. After the three months' pro
nUooary term had expired the lady wu
horn of her hair aod dreeeed In the humblest
and coarcst rarhf tboblsuoppattheveUupon
her. and aala that by It ahe would bo known
to hare left the world and to harobeoomn
the bride of CbrUu The lady responded
utter the usual turm, aod the Mshop pro
nouooud a iMOedtctlon, utter which he pro
noun ccd au.&aathcma(whlch UUa U'Qormau
read) a-aiust any who might attempt to lead
tha HUT. from the Ufa she haul dfttHd. ftaeh
ww Ihq horrible mockery that Rome would
TnroUh to our dauihtera Instead uf Uod'e
BucU wu the curse IhaCliurLh Droncuncel
un those who mtcht attempt to free their
children from the life of ft quo. By the vow
ol porerty the Sister renounced many of the
neoeeaarloi of IWcf her money, no matter
what the amuuut might bo. wu siren for the
l-eueflt of the order. All Lrojjlit soiue
iumeyt wu requirco.
to one 6rdcr coat A000 aod the humUo lay
Sbter In the kitchen bad to pay tJOOO. Tbo
i'fcxr eeiM wofKire- irythln(;-hcTT,wn;
money, do matter how email the amount
without ermUsloa from a narrow-minded
Superior. The loclurer had to f ul on bread
ud water for two woekt becatue she Kara &u
vcuta to a tar.loK family. Tho nun wunot
Allowed to speak of anything as her own.
Urease, shoes, aud eteryklnd of clothlufr,
must barpukunofu "our clothing," "our
shoos," nut u " nilue. She must ieel and
exhibit tho fooling that she heloorf, soul
nod body, to thocummunlty acd the Mother
Superior. It wu a morul sla to use per
f umerv, or anything of that kind. Bhe ( Hiss
O O.) bad oever aoen aeea her face lu
k LOOK (NO QMM
for six year. To smell a flower or con low
plate Us beauty wu abroach of the tow of
iwrertr. u time waa lost ttiercbr. Tha vow
jf cbutUy prohibited the nun from entertalu
Ine ft tbouicnt of the ODDOslta tei. llr It she
wu regained from looking ou ft manor
from taking eten her father or brother by
the haod. Tha lecturer then read from the
written remarks of sslnu regard log Ibl
potnu Una aald tbatagtsoco at the other
MX damned tha aouL ILatuibter. I Uut
should ft prleat take the band of a nun sba
need not withdraw it, btscause the tow of
obedlencecAmelntherc; aod If ahe cherished
a lore for ft priest, she was compellud to tell
that part' rular priest of lL (Laughter aod
Bhe Miss O U.) had known of sltdlitcrs
In lor with ouo priest, and he wu an ugly
ITkv at that. (LaoKhter.! A fil-ter wu
lot tiiddeu to raria
or fear of awakening maternal aflocUoni.
tub rinit rauvoH
of the nolfe had puted awaVilho observ
ance of all the regulations ws lmposilble
Tbe slriterhood clorled In the anclansa of the
lirnoraulwho mutook them for anjcls, wheu
oitentuutetuey were nue lose tnan a usaue
was a world la luelf. Imagine a world made
up of cross old maids and cross old bachelors,
and what a worldl (LaughUir.
fthe would portray the dally roulloo of a
k tiif iw i rniTiNT.
At i SO'a. m., at the stroke of ft bell, she
prose, aud at ouce knelt aud kissed the floor.
One haif hour wu allowed to wash, dress and
put Lor room In perfect order. Then she
Crocceded to another apartment, and. with
r associates, koK again, aud luvoked a
blessing from the Vlrgtu. She reraatood la
this kneullng poritluu for the space of one
hour, and very frequently many of the 6U
ira is.ouu irow pure exnausuon.
I ears, who WM received: by outer itary
oaeoh. of her fthe lecturer's) euorent. from
the dying mother, who begged that the Ulster
would care for the poor orphan aud treat It
u tbe would her own child. Sister Mary
transferred to her (Miss O ).) the care of tbe
little one. She (the lecturer) tried to mltlgabs
bar suOcrlogs. aod, when unobserved, shared
oer meais wiw ncr. uut a eisiar--iav rpj oi
tbe house detected and reported her for this
transgression of the rules, and she (Mlse 00)
wu compelled to undergo
Afterwards she was not allowed to attend
In tbo child, and on the evening foltowlnx
her iHinlihmcnt the lecturer heard the slrl
cry most piteous) y. She weat to her exist
ence, and found that BUter Joseph wu treat
ing her most cruelty. 8be (the lecturer) at
tempted to lnUrferef but was pushed aIde
by Hlsur Joseph, who took of! her hard shoo
aod beat Annie In an unmerciful manner
8be did all In ber power to stop tho bruta Ity,
bni Sister Joseph forend her to keep away,
and unt for a siren. Aonla wu then rtrlmted
and whipped, and wan, after the punishment
nao oecn ritod, uhjcciou n m mm wuuu
maae ner sunenng eeTorvr,
MUe OUormeu then related aeveral In
CUD at, FcmsnuBKT
of children by the Sisters, aud Intimated that
IU ouo cue, wnoro a nun naa lonaca a
I1KQ IOC tae KUIIU, IU nwm jtiBviaWu. 'm
were said to have been administered, hut she
(the lecturer) know that child could not havo
died of heart dlseue, m was suggested by tho
Ulster who had bad bur under treatment. Tho
mother of the uutortunaw girl bad barely oh
taleed permission to see her remains.
lltd she (Miss Ofl.) continued a Catholic
these facta would have never reached the
public. A Roman Catholic would sailer
death rather than make the exposure. Tbvuk
Clod, shewu no longer ft Homau Catholic 1
llthate la Ike . ea the Awejtr TiXTl
Tbe B-larlleial JIM Uader Caastdrva
tla ta Ik lteee-3llseUaarae Das'
cuht that P rot octants were half u true to
their faith. Did ft Catholic attempt to make
kuown sihu (acts, tbe cry, tuo terrible cry.
ol "let them be aalherruv was raised, and
that every Catholic feared. She, however,
had dared to make them known regardless of
tha vengeance which tbaCbunh might visit
The lucturer at tula I olnt proceeded to re
late circumstances concerning her alleged
cruelllea towards children, by which she
showed that the charge o I untruth brought
against ner were reiuiea oy mo mower ui
the children during her lecture In I'aiersoa,
N.J. They had stood up and before a large
audience had denied the Ilea which the prleata
had made with tbo purpose of defeating tho
effort of her (Mlsa O'U.'s) statements.
If parents ot tha punished children dared
to speak of Ittuey would bo refused absola
dot. The education of tbe children wu
necsssarlly Imperfect, for In roaoy case one
nun wu scut to Instruct from 100 to 200
popUe, aod sometime the Bister could only
write her own name. Children of TroteaUnt
Earenti were generally carefully educated,
ut In such a direction u to make them lean
tnwtr.1 Ckthnll.lKm In iftar Ufa. Notwlth
a audlng the plausible statement of tbe nuns,
this wu ao, for the children were surrounded
dv uunuiia uoou. uiciarc. uu uvuaiu vua
h.atr nrt of Miofr services All such chil
dren were Instruct! with a Tlew to their
future courerslon. Tbo utdincai auuremenu
ot tbe Komuh cnurcn naa ft peculiar aurec
tkm and charm 1 ebUdrea, and the weak
She (Miss Oil.) ha 3 never seen a Bible
PiniMunmr Catholic durlosr ber aur In ft
convent, and yet she wu whef could not but
ie consiaerea an iiueniKcnt iuuiiu. duo k
peatcd to her Catholic hearer to know
whether ever advlred lu readlns. Tbe dog
mu ot the Church were ao fltmsQy supported,
by It that they would at once be rejected by
a truth-aeeklng person.
la the convuit there wero many beautiful
spirit pining away who could not shake oH
the chalneiot theLhurth, and other remained
because of the adulation they received.
She related an Incident of a pun whose se
duction by ft priest had beau attempted, but
who, escaping, had been forsaken by ber
family and bitterly ncisoculed by priest and
other agent ot tho Church,
She appealed to Protestant parent not to
end their children to Catholic schools, aod
eloquently advocated the public school bts-
rnt PmlfKinli fmilUhlr ItlWtortGd Caih
Ailrttuhnn. Did Aver aCatholIo contribute
ft penny to a Trolestant tcnooif never, ouo
beirged that I'rotestant, whether Republican
or Democrat, slight htslng,J would Inves
tigate im question.
She bad been ilandeled on all aides, but
would not waver In tbe discharge of what
hA mnsM-irful her dntv to the community.
Attack and they had been made upon ber
wouia not aetcr ner irviu wt whiwius
Her peroration consisted of ft warning to
Protestant against tbe power of the Catholic
lUirtU.rHiHf TKtM 11 THC aHlllfRT.
lUttiwoax. Md, rN T-Martla John
Br.aIllBr.Prlmat of the Catbolle Chareh la
the UnitM states, ana areunisnopei inis uw
mh, anrapretrutdlllnss,dld this afUr.
noon at I o'clock, at tn archbishop's rwldso-,
iDCharlss sUeU Tike fusrat wlllUkvplae
eaXfoodayfatlOe'eloek. Its was la u suty.
eeoatt ysav of his f v
iKETCii or inaLira or icxisd.
The above brUf dispatch, recclred at ft
lata hour tact night, giro tbe monrnful Intel-
tlgonce ot tlrt demise of one of the most pious
aud erudite ot tbo Roman Catbolle clergy In
tli a United BUtes; and cauict a Told which It
will bo hard to fill even by the denomination
pawusslng ao roaoy scholar u doe the one
ot which the deceased prelate was so honored
and exemplary ft member.
Owing to the latent ot the hour It U 1m
pawlble ta glva any extended biography of
tho venoraM dead, hut the few following
farts have boon hurriedly gathered.
Most Rev. Mar I In John Spalding wu born
la Marlon county, Ky., May 33r18l0, whither
hu parent had removed from Maryland la
17J0, being member ot the Catholic settle
ment of which Lord Baltimore wu tha
, bead. Ho studied at BL Mary College, fire
mile from Lebanon, in Lis native county,
and ubso'iueutly In St. Joseph's College,
Dird down, Nelson connty, founded when he
wm In Ul ninth year. Ill education wu
fiuUbed la Rome, the head aud centre of the
Catbolle world, where he graduated InJoly,
1831. In tho twenty fifth year. Having been
duly ordalood for the mission In hi native
land, he returned to KeutucKy, wnore ns wu
made, soon afterward, pulor ot a Cathollo
c burin In Louisville, and, somewhat later on,
vlk-aroftho diocese ot Louisville. In lsli,
wl:lt the names ol tha RU Rr. Benedict J.
Kin let, bishop, aod RL Rev. Guy I. Cbabrat.
codator bishop ot the diocese, we And coo
ULCled with the Cathedral church at fit. Louis
those ot the Very Rer. M. J. 8paldleg, D. D,
V Q t Rer. John McOIII, the Ute honored
i.l.hnn uf ihtt illorMa of Richmond. Va.t Iter.
JuliuLJulon,andRev. 1. Utldelo. Tha pre-
ccuing year toe name oi i aiuer opiaiai ap
pcHrtsd la conuccUon with 8u Joseph', Bards
As Vicar General of the diocese ha tolled
full h fatly and earnestly In the discharge ot
viir nutAral dntv. and vet found time to
vindicate before ht noa-Oatbolle country
men the history oi nu uourcn ana tne iaiu
nl hU faLhara. Ha waa an erer-weloome
ooiitrtbator, on these and kindred tcplcf, to
Uio periodical pros, especially such portion
thereof u were published lu the Interest of
hU follow Catholic, like the old Unttedtflatti
Catholic lfogasi$t of Baltimore! tha fi
UnvtuM Cabinet, the Oaiholie Advooal. tbe
CiUholUi Eipotltor, tbe Guardian, the Jtfefm
poi (an, etc, etc Nor did be eonaoe hi lit
erary effort to tha transient page ot the
mouthly magazine, or the columns of weekly
Mr. Sturm si, from U 1 liuno Cornmlltte,
teportsd, wlthoatamsadratot, lives bill et
tndlogtrlrllfts ( act of July 14, 1IT0, to thl
port efTottde, Ohio. .
Also, lltMse btllaothoriiteg the trainr frftns
e ear or vest; to aoott.tr of s;ools In tmndsd
trsnsportatlno, aadcr rulatlous of tb Store.
m Nkarman tram tha UBI IMnmlllll. f.
tmrtad adrsrsslj ou bills rsisloa the salsrl at
iltikS la U ketlve dspartnsats andaa
thorlilss; the parol. t of aeursd obltgatloas ef
IDS US. LBiaU UUK VI V If mm.
Mr.UrsxIn, framth Ooioutttt on Naval
AlUIrs, reiwrted, without ansndtaeat, bill na
leg th rant of prortSBori of natbcmatles lo tn
Uolttd State nary. "
Mr. fttvilt. from tit (lutflmlttae OU Olalin.
fport44biilf4rti.erlirf lb traltedBtat.
E press Ootapeerr (rspUelag Ualtod BUUS
OTbua uairoM "J urw.i i
llr It. Wltattnt Ta aitaUlslt tha na af SB.
listed aiaa I a th army.
lit nt, I'omaroyt to prorws ror appMRi
tnaalaraaoaimlisiMi aa Ike sublact ml bra.
hlbltory itgtilsUoa tor th mppr ssIoq ef ln-
Tha lu.b.. UL4 I th siaaaa a smbtt
bf l.aal(s wtramaBlaatloaflt Whteh Wtr D
IprtprUttiy rsfwrsd. iJ-' I ""
. Th 1oei then rssaiaed lb eoesUsrallon of
am auurauoDti Dili, aaa prta4 9 tw iv
tb ptnrllsg amend aitaU. 4
Mr. rotsmls amsadBMBttesactlon on, pro.
VMing that tb aetttag apart tbpiJ f IM
rftbite lead tor the adaoatton U U tl
hall BOt b eonstrtM to ffct lhpra-kaUa
r aaraiia(i aas, vriiniit ta fnwwroi jam
fklA a.bakI.abA Aj. flla BAtHA ArfataVH. nah
isdby Mr.Orifflth ef Pa., that II shall aot
M eoniiniad u llaltloi or abrldglait tha powr
f Oeas;rss over in pabllo lands ot prohlblUasr
in iraatiBf or Douaiy laaas so awiaitn aa
sailors of th late war, v also adopted without
4 lr t ilon.
in miMnini oneTaaeymr. iivinan, vi
Ind , that after tb pa- of th at nopablt
landi shall b aolil iiotDt mineral laadtaad
town ll Us, nd that all acricwlieral Uada shall
U rsrrsd for aetaal settUrs under the are.
Visions or thbotnsteadUw,abJet,bowffar,
ta land wsrrsnts aad eollsae serlp Issaed bj -tborlty
or Uoacrets, and to graat whteh Ooo
gress shall baraatUr mk tn Ut Terrltort
n4 aswHUta forth parpn ( edBoalloo,
llkA(k.l..aka 10JL lltl IDT.
Tb ataandmea praposed to saettaa 4 by Mr.
Antler, ofTBB.,ttnakthk dlrtritmltouupoa
thebeilsofpopaUllonbctW; th g of 4
and 11 ysars, was adopted,
Tha amanitmanL nraoOMl DTMr flOAIrlab
t If. T to bmUoo 4, by addleglb rrlso thst
W thflrst year tn dlilrlbaikta of i the said
iai w aaa imnti am pert rai o.sics aon er
fUorles, tne tad leg th District of Oolnmbla,
aiiemao anooruasjiaiaaraua at mm u-
riiwiiurMiiv"t a I
Mr. fJonktlBrro to a personal exManallae,
id aant til tha desk lo ba read tha Chlma-j
TrllaaseommeaUngaQ his alleaeil dlsordarir
taer af their rsrpaUv aaoBiaU . a
tm from Urn te tin by th tait praeadlag
eoaduot lo eryteg Mqaestloa during tb debate
on th adioaromeat resolution, and lotlmatlog
inat Ml, vonannsi naa u.raprvj wi.n iua utvoa
reports. Mr. Conk ling said this wu aaedU
tortil statement, and Dot n from a oor respond
at. ItwuaposttlrcBUteinent, aad was like
nary other aoarrtloas statements of tb sane
papvra it waa an iuuii w uobm uwwh iufiuni
oteroft..onlyrourd towntth otn 8atur
haI In tkuk far fmLLca In rtew of tha manner la
rhlaih tha ara traatad b eertala tuaraals ol
theontry. llctbcneaasad loba roadauot
ddrsiod to him by Air. It. r. Morphy, chief of
thaeorpsof olUclal reporters, statlasj that o
roqaestbaaMenbiausojr air. uookiibb wa
stud from tb report any raiaarks b had mad,
and that be I Ur. WaruhyJ took down th da
bte,and was sarvtbatli bad omitted no part
orthaproeeadlngs. . .
Mr. UonkUns; oonUnaad.and laid It bad nver
baeo his eastom to notte lb personal attacks
tad on him, bol her waa, M be said, aa ffrt
tobrakdowBtbontyrefuff eertala Ssoa
tors, lhonlrvldno tbeyhad to expoMth
falsohoods which ar elreutated lo rgrd ta
thelreoers. II would now sr only tnt tb
allegation lu th editorial wu euttrsly fall.
who IsalsoalludtdtoHn tbMiturtsl for his
sukuiiIIuO to slog Old Hundred wha Mr.
Sumner )rseatadals civil fights amendment,
said that he bad ad tU shkissIIoo toeing
Old Hundred baeaas b regarded th course ol
Mr. flamnsr lo th matter as a place of Itgtsl.
Mr. Sumner i Id this wu wort than th wig.
AfUt om farther dlseusilonbalejMn Mrr.
Uamlla nd Hamaer th subject wu dropped,
rixsioa arraoraiAttoa bilu
EMr. lmunds, from tb Oommltte on Apnre
rUtkms. reported the pension appronrUUon
111, with eertala amendment, whleh wtr
greed lo, aad tb till nassad.
Mr, AnihoDreslladatteatloatoth disgrace.
faleoodllloB la which
itti D. P. Dart, rteordlna; sUasa
gadat utaaawend Oo raoardl; tt
rniM Unfa 0. Merrill, rafaanl Bperai Ulanil
fcaUeg etlf p n Waegrman,Oardnrflrl
UnraUhm H.O. JUwm,Mret7 valrej Uss k
Mailll, sprlag aafetr valrsi John O. Ms Laugh
114 devtaa fur mmihc tedlntent from battar
rraaadoslradirletah Dastla, low water alarm
ullAatnr Jilt. I.vada. aaratv valTftt also. low.
ttr alarm ladtcatort WatBauO. Psg, toreh
r asiltn- vatsalsi Rlehardsoa v Co., safety
Kilvet Ulram Kbnball, low-watar alarm gag
, J, IngarsoU, marta draart Colombia recls
terio susrd gaegf J. K. Thompson, Aiecrloaa
law wiUf tadlaalorf T. IV Nlebel. Pol ham '
dtvle for protecting flraroojt floors when d-
raai jsnaKrooa w nrMi uiunu " i"i
adlmeat fraea boiler, lor when desired
1, apptwtia: U drags now la us on the Pa
10 mall staamtr.
The rouawi-tg rtaoration, adoptea by in
board, havo atsobaen approved by tb Rertar J l
M That no raeordlag af b hereafter pel on
ft sleaasef aaloas tbe maker will slsrn a sjuarsn.
tea that th gaaf will work aorrwily one year.
That no era-titlnjratsbr ba herfttr !
lowad ea any vuamer aales tb rpreenullvel
ef th saia wb har It for sal will sign a guar
antee that th flre-aittoguliber will perform, u
laUnded af re pease ted bf them, fur ea rear.
That alt flra-UBgmlshrt amovad by ihts
board for ase la steam raeeels shall be sabfeetad,
tna hvdMaaiattn last ar B-aaiara br tha man a
raeturen whleh test stall b eeru&ad to aad
narked eonipicBoaslr on thessachlea, aud most
b not less than 1 per aaat. prraaur tbn th
preeeara aaasaa ojvne pi KiDrtu ininia.
Hata S was amanded to read a follows
''Every steamer ranatng oa ft dsyllghl roots
out, snail bar on first otDoer of aaea grade,
pilot aou engineer, laaetoer wiw a mw iiw
ThalollowlatT new tale waa addadi lIalM.
All br earrir on th deekl of psengr steam.
or dall Innrnals.
lulttil be published hi famous and ral
uahte f'lteTlew of U'Aublgne'a History of the
Great Reformation In Germany and ttwllaer
fanlt"ln which he critically examined the
re fur hi movement lu It Influence oa religion,
RDverumeat, UiaraUite and general civulxav
HU next publication wu lit celebrated
"rikatrheaof tha Earl? Catholls Mission In
Kentucky, and these were followed In tarn
by ft number of others enually u entertaining
InthlsfnfsoeUanea we have, la ft collected
form, hi deeply entertaining and Instructive
dUiiulaltlou on Church history) on tho liter
aiu.a. art, schools, universities, libraries.
aud the Catholic tier, y ot the Middle Ago i
on tbe Influence of CathoUslty on civil
liberty! on the depoalog power, the great
seUl'tu of the West, Has and the illosslte,
tha Council of Constance, the Spanish loaul-
slttn, and the reformation luBwltxerlandi on
the early Catbolle Mission In the Northwest,
on the Cotoulal Blue Lawij on Rome, the
Pnal fk.venin.anL. and tha Bnlrlt of the
Aget on the Oriental Cbun.bet on tha Spirit
ot Intolerance, and on mob) tome doctrinal
tvi a ravlnar of Prescolfa Conaneat of
Moucoj nserlcaol ooiupulsona of Catholic
ana rroiosiaoi coanwica waion.. winw
erod; and the very memorable excoriation of
Uto "native aniencan rany, woo wara
cout Ictcd by the author ot the guilt ot the
Philadelphia riot ot 1811.
K'gbiltuv. Ur. 8 paid log wu consecrated
u I Isbop of Leugono and coadjutor of Lou
UltLa on Bandar. SeDtoinbcr 10. 1818. with
groU aolcmolty. Bishop Spalding wu sno
ara knt and ha Would ilka to know what ofiT
ecrof IhaUOTerameat wu respooitbl. l)r
lgthtnclmnt weather fast week Itwual.
tivi'fld tn tha tHMltlon of vlcar-LTuneral and
rector of tbo Clbedral by hi dear friend
After thl devotion a bell ran for mass.
whLh being aald, another bell called tho
Bister toAbreakfuL Thl meal partaken ot
she began her hhool duilo, which eoijod at
U o'clock for dinner, There wu a little
time allowed lor recreation, and then followed
the acbool duties, which continued until
S oVlotk. The chapel wu visited after
school hours, where devotional exercise
were observed, nod after that, until supper
time, at 5 o'clock household duties were per
formed. Tha rlrlUeat alleice wu observed
In the refectory except when permlislon to
speak had twen previously obtained from the
vcrso togelhort a third had to ba present to
I Ut on aud report what wu aald. la voofos-
allhadloknetl. aod such confession at MI
walk too heavily on the floor," "I wuted
some little lima to-day," Ac. were made.
Theaa little sin were told, but the great
i rime against lod were omitted.
At So clock alt were $Hppot lo bar re
tired. On each Friday they met to coofes
to a priest, who wu permitted to uk ques
tion which under otbe.' circumstance could
uot but Im reirardod aa most dturradloa? and
Insulting to tbe confessor. Tbe mm must lay
baro every thought, and, regardless of her
female modesty, aha must submit Implicitly
tnanv aud all lntei rmratlons of the nrleiL
Wm it then to be woudercd at that she often
times became cross-tempered, true! aod
tyrannical f Thoto wbothougbt
tarn idtmi i ira
wit free from crosses, rudeneu Ac, were
woefully mUtakeo. Very often the Superior
struck a Sister, and for the slightest disobe
dience she wu compelled to place herself,
lace do wo wards, oa the floor, aad have tha
others walk over ber aod ue ner 'body u ft
Little children. It should ba remembered,
wero cared for by those who never nursod ft
souUmtutotamoUitri whose vow In every
way opposed such a aentlment Mist O'Gor
ea ft Bister at St. Joseph1 orphan uvliira,
ij..Hn. M J., with rafarenLO to tha txaal-
mnt ot children. They had to rtfl at 0
clock procuoiy, taao a uu au i-iwww
to the rerectory lor broAktaiti which meal
consisted of thu driest broad and poorest cof
. ui. iiM fnmUhMl. and the coliee
wu Mired lu tin cup. It wa inoai i pltljul
t lUu jlancv of lb l cblldrtn to-
thc Bkisox unnna to a clouk,
tut RmUb r tksUdUt ef Us Cable 1 1
latstsrs UfiN f Mrs. Clfa sad Mr.
B 11 Brill laat Attsadue.
The elemenU teemed to imlle ou tho ladlu
ot the Cabinet oflicertand other racelvlDg
yesterday afternoon, and gave them ft beau
tiful day In which to bold their farewell re
ceptions. Ash Wednesday, which romea too
oou for many, roll round next week, aod
In ft meuure brings to a close tho fashionable
season, which forgaycty and dissipation hu
outstripped all prevlou one.
Mrs. Vice rretiaeniuouax, u nsuai, wu
the recipient of many vlilu, and greeted her
caller with tboM) ideaiaut and kind word
that bate won ber many admirer during
Ui tcaton. Mrs. Matthew wss present for
the first time thl winter, and received many
warm and sincere congratulation on her re
turning good health.
Mrs. rostmuter General Cruwell appeared
is frceb, buoyant and charming u ever, not
withstanding the night before she had en
dured tha talk ot receiving fcooui a t&ontana
visitor aud studied to make 'them feel "at
borne." Mlsa McIaUre wu lending her val
uable aid, aod the ladle during tho after
noon had busy work in receive and enter
lain their friends.
Mrs. Attorney (Jcoetol Williams gave ft
cheerful welcome to all entering berdrawlng
room, and that wu mo n small number, ctr
ulu.. rufscMiDi superior conversational row
Cis, full of Hie aud animation, aha dispense
so much sunshine about ber that few. Indeed,
desire to withdraw from tbe circle wherela
At tbe mansion ot the Becretary of War
wa to ba found a most agreeable company,
Jits. Bower, MUi Lucy Worthlogton, Mis
Uelkoep, Mrt. Wolcot, Mis Llxtle Torter
and Mitt rreatoo. who were unremlttlug in
ibelr attention to tbo TUItort, nd by their
lively, sparkling conversation contributed
IirtraMV Ul II1H IIUTIUIDa UI iUVM IC1IIUK
and brought tuuih pleasure and aatlaf action
Mr. Secretary lklano, with her daughter,
Mr. J. C Ames, were allowed no Idle mo
ments, but about 4 o'clock It wu dltUcuU to
inii wham to tmt another mortal In their car-
lore. Tbo ladle bore tbe rush of friend
upoutbein patiently, ind trove to make alt
At Mr Secretary Boutwell, which' ap
peared to be reserved on tbe list for tha lul
cell, that tb visitor might tarry longer, wu
ft most tocUble company. Bhe wu assisted
by MU lloutwell, Ml Poo, MU Wuhbura
and Mist Roberta, who entered largely Into
tha iplrtt evinced by the hostuu, aud made
It eujovable for all that called.
Mrs.Bpnaktr Blaine and l!U Dodge had
many vUltor, aod Uio quiet elegance with
which th ladle receive make ft deep lu
prouUm on their old fikuds And wlua Ihvut
many new one.
and aaanlata. tha Varr llav-Joha McGlll.
Uie late blhoi ut Richmond. On the death
nf Hlihon KlaiTeL. In 1850. ltltrht Aev. M. J.
Bpaldlng aueccedod u Ordinary of the dlo-
A bishop of tho diocese of Louisville he
labored most aeajously to build up tbe Church
In Uiet diocese. Archbishop Purcell, of tha
province of Cincinnati, reeogulxlnghUsupo
rlor ability aod quallflcatlou bad not long
afti HMunniMiM tha Holv Sue that he
should be placed among the number to be
elevated lo the position of archbUbon when
ever a vacancy should occur In any ol tha
proinceaot tn uutcu oiate. --
AS a OUnO,! Vi tUO J'lUlUlfcU U VUIVUIIWH
ho wu known u one ot the most eat neat pro
rooters ol Catholicism In -the West. The
death ot Most Kr. frauds' 1. Keorlck, arct
blsbop of the province of Baltimore. In 18M,
mato it ueceatary for the Pope to designate
his successor, and lbiOfllcawu bestowed
upon Bishop Bpaldlng, who wu consecrated
arclblahop at the cathedral In Baltimore
July 31, 1111.. HU predocosaor, who wu ft
brother ot the archbishop of 8u Louis, most
eminently known In the history of the Cath
olic Church o(t thU country, hu contributed
nolo It hi seal than br hi wrlUnir to
the promotion of the Cathollo faith In the
United Bute. The oue wu recognUed u a
Ann and loyal upporter ot tbe Union during
the trying lime of tbe rebellion! tha other,
by lU location In the West, wu regarded u
tiufilendly to the Union cause, ana the ap
pointment Dl Arcuuisuuu ppauuuK v iua
archbUbopria of Baltimore wu at tha lime
conttrned a an uofrkndlr act toward tbo
(lovarnmeot lfapplly tha war aoon alter
closed, and there wu uo necessity lor ar
raigning tbe faith or any portion oi our all
iens in uie i"juuvw itu.
By ft decree ol tb Roman Bealtwuea
tabiiahedthatlnanv nlenarr council held In
tbe unuea etate me Arcuuisnop ui ma
province oi uaitimore anopio, pnwiaa. i
tho first national council held In Baltimore,
on the vth of May. 1&Y3, Archbishop Keorlck
E resided, and at the eecond national council,
eld October 7, lW'A ArcbbUhop Spalding,
hU tuccoMOTi presided, to that In council
and all other deliberations of the Church tn
the United Bute the Archbishop of Balti
more U accorded tbe most honored position
In tha council.
Durincr his labor u ArchbUbODbe wit
most earnest In hU readies, aud although
tomowbat broken down by early effort hU
m t luioaslbl to get late the Uapliol. Thera
wm m painnaj vi whi m rva vmiw,
kiiiI haa wara aoasUoa? about wllhoat ravsrd ta
rare, eolor or previous condition of servitude.
If tbera wss oa fund avallabt b ( M r. A.) woalo
ba willing to put bl haod lu his own poeatt aod
contributor h would tak a sbevtl and help
tciear me war. iijaugDier I
Mr Morrill, or VarraoBt. said th anhltael af
tb Capitol bad oh re of th approaohes to tb
Capitol, but the fore t his eonimand wuln-
limeitD, to oiiir iwr ,at niiwinD-gwi
had aceamalated wltMn'tht last two weak
afuot th Capitol ground, "
Mr. AalboarsaldbU blend wssairoteelion-
ul. ami n " "" mm ! u .
better to go ta a UtUe aatra xpoos to aav Ua
Uf of a Sntor, for If on ef them fell down and
wa killed it would cost maob mora to burr blm.
Mr. west offered a resolution to prim M,ooo
THB AUIUOMW ciaa .
upirseatedatOeneva, whleh was rfrrd to
tbe UowmltU oa Prlnilaf .
Oa niodoaor Mr. Obaudlsr.lt wu nolvd
that lb Oommltte of lartsctgsUoa be directed
to loqalre whether any United Bute Senator
hat rooelved money undsreuorovuBeireea
or otherwise from the Treasury of th United
Siaie la vtolatiou of Uw aad to report tb r
suit or their inquiry as ooe practicable,
TBB AXBaatr BILL
wslthsn taken up, the question Mlagonth
subitltut of Mr. Carpenter,. for tb elvit rights
ameodmtniof Mr Bomner.
Mr. Sumner urged Senator te stand by hi
amadmnt,lfthey war aaxloualor th equal
rights ef tb colored people.
mil M eiTjl wl iMUIRaMIVI, "Hna.n
b had tslt anxious to obtain a vol of lb San.
at on tb general removal r disabilities. Ut
could not vote for either of th pending amad
ments, fbt they. asassla-llk,ir adopted, would
strlk amnsity la tb back It wu iaowa that
in Dill ooum BOf. peu wiui locaw amQuu.ui.
If ih wra htaaalat la hara aa aeuaraia meat-
arts be would vet on them aeoordlng to his oobv
Mp. (lrtnkllbtr aakad Mr. farrv whvthafalll
oould aot pass with these aineuumeut Al h
(Mr. C.) uadtrstood, U th amatitj bill had at.
ready ltaisad th llous bj a two-thirds vol.
Mow, if lb Beast nude aaj amendment 11
would ara back to tha llouta for eoneurrtaea.
sal It would require only a majority vole to
concur. 11 asked lb Senator whether he sap.
posed that with a majority fa tha Uoum of tb
party to which h baioaged a
lihed eouea af the Haliad Stales, wea
read to vea IU. ears U.
Mr. rrBiworth.ef ILL, nwrsd t raoonslder
rot by whloa th last amend meat wu
lopted, abd to lay the lata asotlon oa th table.
n whloa thajeat and Bay were ordered, aad
ina motion ie iay oa ine taoia wa agrtau
aae 10a. aavs .
i Th amealmeet offered by Mr. iAOa, bf
Kan., that when a census I taksa by any ntau
aaapenoa iniermeoiaiaM ina regular panoa
lor taking the Uetiad State eaaeas the ep-
Etloamcat lo tush Stat shall be mad fa
pi tkm te lu pofalaUon o aaeertatnad antll
ntit saecatdlng eeaSB wndsr the law f
lb Ul'd HUtes, wu reJeoUd.
ETb amendment preooeed by Mr. Hereford, ef
sit V., provUlog that no asoaty baloafriag
any State or Territory under this ael shall ba
Territory fur th
urevld for sen
rate schools for whit children and blaek chil
dren, or istus t one alt a system of ntlaad
tfenools, waa agreed lo yu 114, nays ta
Tb amendment "(nd br Mr. Taffe. ef N tbu
tu alsa adopted, it ta u Mlewa: v
nee. . That aoiaiag eantaiaea la ut Ml
dhatl be so eons trued u to affaat. 1b any man
ner, th existing law aad rasjalauart la tagard
w ina aojuiimeai awi pariaeai w Dtaias, upaa
air. nnrensm, oi ia, waa reau, vm , i
Mr. MAlata.nrfla. ralMkl lha rwitnt fif ap.
dr that his sebett-uteaav log beau first oflerad,
action npoo It should ba flrtt bd.
i n DiavT iMiiww ui point ot omer.
Mr. Eldrhln. f WU.. uorad to lav Lhi whole
object o lha Ubla, ItejeeUd.
Mr. Mel a tyre's tubstliale wu tkn rJcetd
yaesTi, nays 117.
ineeaofluiuiaouerua oj mr. naivaans was
then rejected ysu loo, nays m. t
Tb substltnto iwoposad by Mr. Klog, of Mo.)
Th substitute oderad by Mr, litlgbt, e(
Tean , was next rejected yeas 40, nays 144.
Tosiuoiututa propovaa ay Mr. uampeau, f
Ohio, wss neat rcjeoiod.
Tb labilltuu offered by Mr. Oobarn, of
Ind., whleh wss tb last oa to list, WU rjetd
-reuee. bits ltd.
nir. iiarris, w Hisa. un aaoraa u raeon
elder lh rata whereby the subilllBl offered by
Mr. Berehard wu refeeud.
Mr. rjdrwjr,oi wts av4 w uutt mo
tion on the table.
Mr. Pcre, of Ml morsd taadjaartwan
wstod th yas aod nays wr rdrd, aod the
motion wss agreed to yau lis, nsys Oil and th
Unas, at 4 40 p. sx, adjeurued. '
an shall be eovsrad by a tarpaalla whll on
KAVAXObiae. Ordered, JJsaUaaat Com
mander Albert Ksnti aod Htepbea A MeCarty,
UtaUaaaU R, M. LUI asd Asa Walkar, Ms.
tidT. WEttlag, Paymaster I J. Bllllog,
Beeoad AssUtanL Kealnaer John w. (lardntr
and IfoatswalB II. Walton fo th Powhatan, on
navy yard. Boston t
FOREIGN ADD DOMESTIC.
TheAlabmat1alm-I)thale la ibe I lea -a
r CM-aa-TbTaar af Karl Craa
Till Dltaatrb-Na 1 brtal 10 WllWraw
Praat ArbUVeileei-Partlaatar ar Ike
Iaa of tb Sitae Aasariea-Hlxli' Per
aaaa Piieej-Bailrd Celllelaa near
Altaa, 111-Pear Peraaw Darard la
Ua,lh-lhlrt-n Frae WaaeaVd-Thu
daaaYHka-aaal larOellcatUaa New
(Ua-Trala SllU Dlackaded aa Ike
Ialaa Pari I Hallraad;
Ma OP TBI BTIABKS ABTIICI,
TerrHt ea-t(f Lift Ltstj
nw i oa a, ten, j a mur rrota atia
Jeaelra a tie lb fMIwtaei dtn f th lo4 ef
lb steamer Amtrlaa t Sua sailed from Be
Ayr an UM trad f Perbur tor MeatavMaa
with 14 MeegT. AtlJO a. s. tbSM
a af U be4lr I Bb, est 14 tb wUr Batwt,
eiplodad.lastaaUyaaaWlog lo death twre-
na tea aaa bovm w".r, .w --
llihts arid tnrewteg llr eoals abwat the reeot
hetweau ta reilara aad eiaas -aid. A
trial of lb pump proved lhm rTloeaMa
tad tb ir prad.vry rapWly. tb ,,
Ihlp. eparatd thos on bord lota two mmpa
bus, Blthr party btteg abl in eormatet
v help lb ethar. A paat eaaV and ef all
thebttonwaaM.whlfb, irprawarly baa-llad,
CaM hr tad W peepi. wn'f iwe were
aebed, aod thee wtr twampad ImmadUtaly
r taa ertty aaaaertgar. i na awovre hd
oatrot vr lb araw, who with ravalfwr ih
utad with th passengers for th meant ef aav
bf Uf. r
, Tb Italian steamer Villa Da Salt wu pea
tng at tha Urn th fir etarted, bat tb sseuia
f th Amrladkl not know aoghvMatly
u aom sigaais oi aisirtss. na ns asu. taa
lames ef th America burst blab la tha air did
th omeorsol tb Villa DnBeltokooW af ta
affair. Hh Immediately went to the ststiUaew
ef tbAmr1ou,lhfl.rl man getting en board
tMlaadaatahiDoaal. of th Amtrtea. Tb to
ef life 1 ! eertala, hue rer stity perUaad
Ht amaoa c ua uaiwa oiatee wara mg
tbalee. capcada Bar4 ramala aw taa Italian
aiaaavar,aadwaU ba lynched sbowt4 b aa-p-ar
la MoaUrtda or Iiueea Ayrta. X gain
nedal I to ba awarded t th captain ot Ua
? iua ua naiw
tk Oa.l(ft Iarstlgtl). -
Naw To a, r T-la tn Btcnkaa
MvaflUgattoa, Mn a Wslsoa, atmkewper
at Lt k Co.' gtaaral ordac tVorts, autad that
aomtlmt paekag are charged fur sUrag
whkk sever aetaally go taxM. Aterthaat eaav
not obtala thU good al Ua deck even tf pr.
taUag adatypald rdr, u thagoedi mast
m m g
a wanaral order atore a.
. A; Darllos:, aa appraiser, tattlflad t tb
mar f ataJofulog aaeUlmad guod far sal.
TO uvTunsat pay siaiy laaaaaaa aauarn wwr
oeapubUo storej tk Uborer la thsm taa steal
m mm awj jptwmww, u i jauv4k w
fix tha taspoMlbliltyaf tb tbeft. Sometfm
th lath tntcanti Utut, r.W. WaUon to Osnon-
leas. Midshipman C. If. Duggs telemportry
ordaano duty, nary yard. New Yorkt Hoal.
wain iu uu'ai tw tn n;
naiMfWn. Wllenntatha lh
yard. Detach!, LUut, A. II. Pletet.tr, Chief
Enclsaar Wa w. Dancsn. sad rteoond Assist.
ant Eaaiaaar Harri Wbtr from the navy
Crd, 'Wssblngtoa, aad orderwl to th low
tan, Burgaoa Jamas MeM aster from tb Ilos
tn nvy yard aad ordered to the Powhatan)
AulftaatSargaeu Dwlght Dkktason from tb
aaral hospttal, ABnapolIs, and ordered to th
Powbataai Chief Lngtneer P. O. Dad from tb
Tforrolk navy yard and be ready for duty ta tb
North Atlantic fleet First Astlitant Engineer
Albert W. Motley from New York nry yard
aad ordered lath Powhatan, (tanner Joseph
Smith rroai th Philadelphia aavy yard and
ratlapad talna Powhatani ClaroeBter w. II. Frv
', from tb NewTork aaryysrd aad ordered to
taa rowaaaa naiimaaer I. r urowou irma
adilMloa Inu the Uulen. Brtp-ToeniVra "lb raoelrlng ship li-jaUw and ordrd loth
nnrwaoMda ef tb tales of, the publl Towhatan.
isubttituufor tb whole U.I, offered by I Wao Stoiji MacriaLiBD'a OvancoATT
Son ratak-thJef atol an ovtreoat yeslsrday
the reporters' gallery of lb Itoate ol Bp
Ltaliva baloaalaa to llr. J. Mecfarland..
eorrespoadeat of the Philadelphia Press, Mr.
MaelartaBd 1 naturally vary indignant attb
laasaf bis amaat to this war. If tare ha
dot not mla o maea about th aoat, but thtr
were tome 111001 rrrstoispaicna in
tk pockets whleh It Is Imposslbl to r
and tha nablloatlon of whloa la Lha
hat made aa Immense sensation. Tha thief It
welaamet the aoat, but h U reeuaeied tare
tana tb tiUpateba tmmadlatoly. Uvwlll be
A Tag VaaVatslfy MeL
W V.t.ta Vati ttu.nl II k'olimb Lit
."i '.V"T A'..'jrv?ar..rr..wr-r.z'
nigai, tiarrj iiiituu, pwiiiir ivi iinvii,
ACTldS OK STEAMBOAT IHSrECTOKS.
1 34aslanlleaa aad Cogna.ailent.Tbio Oaaii
ml Iraal M'ay aad fflraa aad IhaT
bacca Tax-Natal Order Caaialral er
Ilutbard III a Nw Dd.
Tna Uungnulonal Oommltts on Trsaiary
Lipendltuns usket progrts slowly,
SoAroaaaatTT Dati U slowly Imoror.
log. Rut, hi physlslans say, will restore him
w ntaitn in ft row days.
Amouo th visitor at tht Eiteutlr Mansion
ytiltrdsy wtr 0arall PhlL Sbsrldaa, Daniel
E.BkklesBod Rufu Xagall. Osn. Sheridan
will remain hr a few day.
Ma. W. W. Ooacouw, under dst ef Caenes,
Franea, January 99,wrltilo afrltad la thl
city that hi general health 1 much bttttr, but
his yt tight still ovnllnata bad.
Noma'ATioaa. Th Pruldtat ystsrdy
nomluUd Wm. It, Allsn to b surveyor of eas
tema at Houston, Tea at, aad Samusl Ross to be
second Ilea tenant, Tib Infantry.
No. Z. O. Wiuos, formerly ehlel of thdl
vision In ehtrx of tb psptr ussd at th Ba-
reau of Engraving and printing, hu resigned
te utmchrg of th, Oswego Cewtirrcfsf
AiHrtlnr, New York,
and larurlatad with eager and Jealousy be
kicked tb panels of the door In and llred a pis
tol toward the bed, but did no harm. II than
left the home and took bo a aoellloa oa the
partment. Soon altar young CrlsMln earn oat
aaa aojoiDior noua, atav 9 vmn guarMii, aav
awklns thinking b had com from his girl
room shot him, tb ball atrlng hi lungs.
itoca ara young ataa, aaa Tatpaotaoiy eoaaacnaa,
Uaaktas wu Immadtataly arrasiad. and ball
rt fused until tb mult of tb wound is decided.
vti f an ar a Tnunwiw.
aUFSdla Bwaeaai Pttaktasderf het aad ktlM
a nearo namea nam nitwin un nianv. in
Utter wm attempting to stab th Strgeant whll
Aa KstlUng Msutw la ParlUweat-A Be-
faeatoat laeatla CemallSHat t PrtMt
a rant' Caimlatlar-Tk XagUaS VfnJ.
Mstlt Sevlraa-gBgUad Oatalttaa TilamBk
'af lha United KtsUa Uladtttu fltaas we will
Datk Daw a. uA. n.. Hiurfa -- - -
Lonnoir, Feb. T.-Th t abject of th treaty of uinlng mare than larotoed, and the rest of the
Washington, end th claims of th Amtrtcan good tba bat lob eieeMead. gaaarally do-
Iltredoeed In the lloat ofOoatment today, n0rtlianUmrokall lor banavtr nattnae
and gave Use ta another ticitiag aueasston.
Mr. Balpk Otboj addreatad th Ham al
length, and, ta tha otnrt? ef. hi remarks, said
TUB AUBA.fl tkOaWTiaB
was th most moatoBtow on Xagtand hadbaca
called to pas upon within ft eeatary. 11 aom
pared lb Amarloaa eommlsston with th no.
vleai who rtprettntod ICnglaod. aad tald th
latter had beeo eompltto'y outwitted. "If,"
aid he. "Uartn had planned the Eoxllsk es
we eould eecasa with tb payment er ail rnii-
ran AwxaiCA cowuiuioaaae
hsd terred their eouatry well, aod ubltvad a
triempb.' Osbera, ooatlaulng, rdd
lay at bm. Tb Qoveramtnt bad armlai
whkb oouUb1 mareh, and ship which wtr
uoswwortby, and now tby had a treaty whUk
they eould not stand upoa.
Mr. Otway, rormsrly under ssertury of
Stat for Foreign Affair, t4md th Oevtra.
neat for all th trouble whleh had been
wrought. Irt thought, howevtr, that
TBI AHXaiCA OTaaMS3T
would 1 toed t from ttxtrm demands, but
aid ta eat It did not, England, having admit.
ted th principle of ladlrcoi elalms, mast b pr-
t-artd to mttt tb
Gladstone aad aavaral othati mtmbttrf d
fndd th action of the coanattsttur and ef
th OtTtramtnt, aad aald iky hoped th
Amarloaa claim for indirect damage would b
1 rrfhaaa OaUe Inaatal 1
lyDO. Fb. T.-Earl QraavllU'l dlspaUk
eontalniao threat ta withdraw fro U arbt.
tratlon, and make neither demand nor pro
posals. It simply 1U attoatlon la Umperat
aad eouaillatory Uagug to th maaaUg that
England attacbai to lb treaty.
yestordsy aad to-day ar widely erlUld u
mlschltTous, ottsaslr aad ntedloMly Irrltatlag,
aadltlibeUvdtvral raembtrtof thCabl
att stroBgly dlsapptwr ef their pactional ton.
Tbe UabUet aad peopi ar naauaaont for
abaodoniBg th arbitration unless th Amrt
ean elatmi are modified. Thr It ao late at lea
to offer affront to America.
Urtgardcdlatk highest F-ngUsh and Amtrl-
ean quarters aixtrtmsiy grata, piiiotnop.
Mow. uhsrt FTaoeti-Adaar ger1ieme"ea
TIB rXBLIBO 1W CAVADA.
Toboito, Ftbraary I. Th papart through
out the Dominion tbll tnonrtng eontata arttelss
on tha AUbatna trsaty. Their general ton Is
moderate, although tb American etaima ar
uSHWSStJKSSJ'S'SS - ii-m -".a. imv
paaementoiina goreituiiy noioi, at inn ooiiom 1 1 i'i'iiu.uu.
oi me opvning inroogu wmca ma oieTa.or
passes. It Is priumda mat his death by fall
lg through th batebway.
Tb boor of arounaman ntmed Entl was
found to-dv In on of tb tar stills en th Knal
Ml works la this city, wber h wu mployJ.
isissviaeni neeoierea me suu wutaaouimt
tab, aad wu suffocated by tb gss.
a proper blllMeur-
Bt an ail alvll rlahta would not tiatst
ill. Terr renllad that ha differed altearUer
with Mr. OoakliBgu ta a majority votocftba
llous only being necessary loeooeur In toy
amendment to tb amiMtyMlL Hat la rerer
noe toMr. Snmner'lblU h considered that It
would llrlk down th very bulwark of civil
rlhui It was Lha moil lalal blow al th Dliact-
nteerlooal selHtorernment vt strnok stno
he foundation of th (tovernmeet.
Tbaqusstlon wu than taken, and Mr. Car
penter s subslHut wss rejected ysu IT, nays It.
Tk. fliaiMim Itmn Hvuirla tn Up Himnir'l
am,endmnC Mr. Sherman muvad to strike ot
in Tin aaouon, wmn aoivgeiBi an dwhwii vr
StaU loans In whleh th Word "whit" Is used
u a discrimination. 11 said be understood that
th ffet of ibis section would b to ebtng tb
policy nfaataraUsetloa pursued from th foun
datton of tb Uovernmenw
sir. Duniner aaia tuns was m ezaovuvBian
of the section, and ht .hoped It would not be
Mr, Norwood uked Mr, Suraasr If tbll sec
tlon would not also ha tb atfeot to annul all
State laws prohibiting mixed msrrUg
llf.Knmnir. WhtllfltdMIT 1 want thrtaWS
of this country to conform to tb Constitution ef
uie uatvou Diavaa. uu 11 miib ihuiih u bmi
Uwa ailudad to by tb Senator, so much th bet
ter. All these Uw ar th offspring of slavery.
Slavery die hardrlt died hard oa tbblUe
flel 1, and dies hard la Ibis chamber.
Mr. Oolo Indicated a rear that, under this le
ton.irrtlalned.Oblatit.llotteatoU, and others,
with no adequate Idea of our Institutions, oould
baoom clttisns. II thought w had opensd th
door of naturalisation too wide.
Mr. Sumner said he bad listened with muob
respect to th objections mad to thlssaoUon.
Ha bad been appealed to by Men Is of tb bill ta
allow thta tartfun to be omitted. II would tire
up that section, l hwu anxious to prtserv
th substane of the bill, i u
Mr. HarUa objected to tb withdrawal of th
Mr.Hwyr uU thaeooduetof the Senator
from Uaaaachoselt (Ur.Suuner) wss rsry pa
autlar. That tMaator suma toeharaelarli
Hon, II. R. lie lb can, who reappointment
u comptroller f th currency was notload In th
ItirpBUCAv ryitrday, hu filed a new hood
lath tarn of $100,000, aad nUrd upon a Daw
lass of tb otno fur Ot ysars,
Tn Attorney Oeneral oouUnuss to rtcalv
ttltgramt dally from Salt Lak city, lo regard
to th action, of Judge MeKeea la thtoue of
lb Mormon prisoners. About oa-half of th
lruu teiegrsnhing pprov MsKtan1 eours.
ana ia etaer nair eondemnii ia
11 strong ttnas.
Tni SacarrAar or TasTaxAaoaT yssttrdsy
awarded th eootrut Ibr oompoundUg th n
gin aud making alterations In tbngtn and
machinery of th rtrenat sttamtr Hamilton to
Wm. Wright Co., of Ntwburgb, Nw York,
CoariaitiTioaa. Tb Senate, In sxtcu
Uve session yseterdty, eon&rmed tb following
noulnaUoast IJ. F.Orangtr, to b collector of
Internal rvnu Third dlstrlot huehlgani John
Dnnalt,9lMama, to b second UeuUoaot In
rtfsnut marln ssrvlce,
very on who do not follow his lead s being
linoueti who mo epini 01 slavery, it 1 sir. n 1
had already slated that at th proper ilm be
counsel amoog the devoted clergy wu toco
Gil were to renew goal lor Catholicism In
a tildnet dlmiaaa In tha ptiuntrv.
A tew year alnco hi life wu despaired ot
on account of a serious attack of lllncs, from ,
whlth ha happily recovered, and proceeding
to Enron for his health, ha there folnad hu
ctwjrerv at the Koumeulcal Council at
Rome In 1800, and wu recognized during
tho council at one of tha lending light la the
Cathollo Church In Aiaerlca.
Biuco too conclusion oi uio aime aerotviag
upou blm from tho lottruoloo of th Second
rleuary Council It ha beeu noticed that hi
health wu falUug, and Uio consequence of
hU untlrlug exertion lb, tbe Church are an
nouueed In the brief dispatch which precede
thlf sketch. r
A wm in Berea want a divorce becnou
his wife loslsU that he ebl k111 the old cat
tbatbu been with blm for ton year. Ha
tay ''it U not because be bate to part with
blm whlla be U la feeble health, u at trea
enL" Ha bu drowned har twice, shot four
teen rlfl balU through ber vital, given her
bail a pound ot strycuoiao, oommuicu uari
Larl on hat with a pitchfork, and the only
fftut perceptible U ft trtB more tone to her
oku ana a nay wmqvw Tcf vu vjci
would go lr a msasur substantially embodying
th principles of that Senator's proposition)
tni n irupofou woe mieoynisown memou,
and b at nled th right of th Senator toeharg
hlm,rochrs wbopoad his presens-eourte,
with being fait to tb Interest of th colored
Mr. Tipton held that so far from being a friend
of oqual rights air. ttemnar should b branded
BBBKT OP Til COMBED rBOFLr
when b was periling their Interests by press
lag Ibis measure wheu It required a two-third i
vol. Tb Senator from South Carolina Mr.
Sawyer) showed oommoi seas and a devotion
tn ma imarvaia vi nu pvopia vj rwiueina m h
tbelr plea now, but Intending to arg it wbn a
majority vou would U safflulent,
Mr, llarlaa oombattod lha Idea that tb Stat
government or tb South oould only be urrted
on properly by restoring tb right to hold otno
ta the leader-, of Lha nnalUun. 11 thoutfbl It
woutd b a bad principle to lay down that only
aultared tna a ara At to hold emoe.
jur. uouertsoa asasa unanimous oonieut w
Uk a vote to-morrow at three 'elock. but ob-
jaction wu man.
XT PJmun.li fmiA tl. A tinmnrlaliaa Oolfl.
mitt, rrportad th pension approprlaUon bill
wlthaoamadmat provldteg that tbe appro.
priaUooafer aavypaniloas and other xpandl-
lurta unuer mat neau snan w y iivu vu u.
am of tb bb vy paosloa fund so Isr u th tarn
yb sufficient fur that purpose.
Tb am endue ot wu agtdtoaod Ua bill
Mr. Trumbull, from JadloUry Oummltt, re.
ported, with amendments, ihsbill trauferrtng
to Aha Department of Jostle all U powers
Tom enjoined by law upon th Secretary of th
Mario-, relating to the Imprisonment or dl
hargofoffHadoriagalBBt tb United Butts,
ov tolh Uerorm school and Jail of th tllstritt
Of IJolumUat Pssdv
ThsnattheB,at 4 It p m.,wtnt Into ex
futv stiilov, and thta adjoarsad,
Tasstaamsr preseDtad to th Ualt4 8Utt
byOommodor Vanderbllt at tb bgtanlogbf
lb war, U bow la ordinary at tha Mare Island
navy yard, and utterly unfit for service or re
pair. It cost th aovernmtnt about ea,ooo an
nually lo took anar her, and being a girt, bar
i a iiihuuvi
THB OOMMITTtl OV WAT ABO MlAVg
yesttrday oxanilaod at length Uommlsttootr
DougUss and Mr. Isaiah Kimball, ehlel oT tb
tobaooo division, Internal Revenu Bureau, on
Douglas xpilaadtb Importaaoaef anunl
Ibrm tax. Security for th revenue and coo.
venleno la collecting It demand that an uni
form tax should ba imposed. Upon tb subject
vikiiii it auu.u d a sail ooming ui umj,
Thatwua lustier fur Congress to detertaln
whether Ihtvdrslrad an Ineraasad or diminished
revenue from this sovro. 11 would, however,
venture tb assertion that, whether Increased or
diminished, the ua would ba faithfully eol
Itetea. tb eommltue has raaoivad to devote
the remainder of th easeloato th considera
tion of tb fact obtained upoa all questions
heard by them, and proceed at onoe to digest
th reports with tb view of shaplnr Jst rela
tion. Delegaliona are, therefore, leu oat, bat
TBI TTI1TI1IB BirOBT.
wn DsriarwiKT 1
WaauiaaToa,U.04r)ta., a.nt-im )
moral ron tii fabt twbutt-oub xoeu,
Th highest barometer, which was Tuesday
Bight over Indiana and llllaols.hu moved st
aod northeastward to MaryUnd nd New Jer
sty, Tt barometer hu risen la the Mlddl
and Eastern Butts, aod fallen throughout th
UUiiDUiaeaauoa ma upper laaea. i-aruauy
cloudy aod pleasant weather prevail on tb
lar lakan noitheaat winds with Vain tn Flor
Us, and with threatening weather on tb south
Atlantic ooeiti iresn soutnsriy winas nav prs
alll from lak Mi&htran to Iowa. Tha letn
naratnr ha risen on tb Oulf eoast. and lallen
from lk OnUrto to Naw Lug land. Ulear
weather Dre vails wsst of th Ohio valiev and
Al.eghso.es. Ught rain and threatening
w taint r nu prvvauea at nan t rancitco,
Tha V.lvhaat harmnatar will nrobahlt COB.
llnae on th l AtUetlo coasti lureaslng
northwest winds, with falllna; barometer aad
rain, extend from VlrirtnU to northern Florid at
clear nd partially clouly weather continue
from tb St. Lawreno and Oblo valteyi north.
wesiwarot norineriy winas, wun oiouoy ana
clearing wtstber, Irom Mlulsslppl weitward,
Danr-erons wlads ara not antlclited forth
AtUaU oout to-night.
Two thousand troops, asked by OapUla
Oeneral Valmassda, have sailed from Cadis for
,1oha Robbies was knocked down an 1 robbed
on Weeker tvenut, Brooklyn, on Wadnesdsy
night, by three highwaymen.
Oaorg Danoan, on of th men Injured by
th explosion of tb powder mills at Sj rlogflelJ,
Ohio, died Monday night.
Ttula Stout, nearo.was shot and killed
ta Warren, Itbod Island, Tuesdsy night, by
(leorge Arnold, eolorad, whll trying to re-enter
VUltor to lb Yo Rem He YUty next
sou will by rail within eight milts, and tb
hortaback rid will be reduoad to two ana a half
Tb U entiles and Liberal will nMsaibl at
T.lharal Iniillnta. Halt Lake, tixdar. fbr the bur.
pos of nominating an anil Mormon ticket lor
A man nausea uaxton nai wen erresua m
Virginia City, Nevada, en th ehargoof ouu
BrtlgatlUa ef U Hataktr tf the Bs f
LoiDOS. February T. In th Hobs of Com
mons yspterosy mgnt hwd. ait. viuaiNo,
Rim kmmt iha Ifonait. annonnoad that In eon so.
quenooflll-halthhwu oomptled to tender
DUnilllMMOOVI IHISIMK. .
in a vnina mtrkai with amotion h referred
lAihivun ha had avw-nrilad lha aaat h a wU
now eboul to leave. lUeoafassad his proband
gratltud for lb consideration fa had received,
ad bid th members farewell.
Uladttoa regretted th withdrawal of th
right honorable gentlemen, who had presided
so long and wsll over tb deliberation of th
House, aad proceeded to deliver a glowing au.
logy. 11 closed by announcing that h should
bring in at th nut sitting two resolution
on giving th thank of the llous af Oom-
moiie to lie irvaiuiua wuaor, nv wu !
tba0.oen to b pleased to bestow some mark
or royal laroron th abl and faithful public
Klr.li.hn PirClnu-tan. la tha absanfia af Ur.
Disraeli, expressed In uarelrnad regret of
tnirty uppotltioa mem oer at me reiiguauuu
oi nr. uuniNii,
tb hlirhest praise.
arraiaa at car a or augu aura
AilTtaei from the Cane of Uood Hon repre
sent thatthaeolony was crowded with stranger.
Huruers ana nouariee wre oi umij vvwumv-,
and th resldsnts, whose patience wu ex.
blasted, had taken th Uw Into their own
bands and wsr executing summary Justice on
onendtr. A requisition ba been mad for ao
additional polio force, and tb next sttamtr
will Uk out a ralnferement of trained man.
lha (IninaML aad naa tha ata t. -
. Darling thought lb (Jeveniment shouU Uk
pesseesl i a af every arta-do eaaiiaf tat tb eoua
try ad tiaaalaa sU goods tusjatt ta aa"
v-uorrx. quit, a au wm nauaia a
m-boidtrt, but wuum mar tnaa
1L. O. Whllle wss eaamlaad. and aaea
an atop bat lo denial to each and all charges pre
ferred against htm by ex-IHtacUvaBeatly, wh,
be ldt wu lb only dishonest person ia hi
vploy, and had frequently threatened to tain
TIB rABABMO HOBOKBCAaa.
Th Jury In theeaea of Ut lananao murder
rendered a vtrdlctthst John D. Psaarmeeame
t bU death by amprloa or tb brain from
I a Juries Inflicted by torn person er parsons un
known to tb Jury, and fry maeh blame Mr.
Marvla, tk apotkaeary, for not sbowtngaay
wllllagntss to do what ought lo bare bean dene
Many suffering parson to whom he eould l)
easily hav offered stsUno( aad w reom
mend tb proper authorities te Increase the
polio forea, ns w deem tbepreuntaamber In
adequate to tb proper pretaetlooef tb Ur
aad property fclUseas.
TBB IVPICTMIITT AAI1VT WATOI MALI.
Il U rumotad that tb graad Jury hu ba
ssmmoned to meet la-morrow to raoauidtr th
vet ou th Indictment of Mayor Hall, whleh U
aid to hav beta carried by a bare avajorlty.
THIBD ATUTCI ATIBOa BABK.
Jadg lurnard refused to ppolnt a -analvtr
for tb Third Avbu string bank, an tk
ground that It Is perfectly sound.
An attempt wu mad last algbt to reb lb
hauMof JohaOrahasa. Tbe Udeve were ar
ratted aod aommlttad for trial. It is believed
' were empioyeo. w uteiroy renain paprt
irahaa DosMSSloa baarlar an lha Htekea
BrtM pereoes pnwiralad with smallpox were
foBBd at is Wsst Thlrty.flnl sirs! to4y and
Tb board w health bu ordered al eiamlaa-
tloa af au th elty raltroad car aad ethar vehi
cles to sea if they ara detrimental to health.
run rson or i cm.
Roewell H. Jarama. eoaef the atdrmaa. died
ystrday from aa overdoea of wplum. Uken ta
Ouiet fat atrre. 11 wu prostrated by liquor.
IU raetbvr hbcou tneaa and bU Iklhtr 11
uuiarTiu ur anaim, ,
Tktreuarrtdaypald t 1,000 fbrTfl'r
deetaed, aad aaeoaon, Jaasry sad Ftbraary
twtid omii to ronraox isa.
ItU sutadtbatoM result r tb Tweed and
Sweeny eooJertaoeoa Monday wu to offer tk
kefonnert ner and a half nulllons f dollars to
top all lvll and erlmlul proceedings against
tb member f th ring bat tha lufermwa will
not enUrUtn tb proiMMlllen. IngarsoU hu
now fled to Connecticut from Mew J ertty,
A Mcana-trm aibmtbb.
Tfthn W. Avar waa arvaalail hara aa tha
murderer of Jacob Txb at Cresklll, N. J yes
terday. A pawn titktt wu found oa alsa, with
whleh tha murdered man 'a watch wuiaeevarw.
nnwueoaenmanana A very garaentr to c
F.Oiaik, Thayhad qurrtltd a ftw days pre
viously, ABM4TXD FOB lOBBIIT.
Wb. Webb wu arrested this moraleg aftor
falghwsy robbing Morett Mark at Oraen point.
tour ronarb wtra arretted la Drooklvn this
morning charged with highway robbery.
TKIBIBLI BllLBOlB COLLUI05.
Tha Cars Tak Fire Far Pars Baraed I
Desth- A ymbr Wetnded.
AtTOi, III., Feb. T. Tb passenger train
going to St. Louts on tbe Ror k lord, Rock Island
and BU Louis railroad, which wu da at Alton
J anetlon at 1 10 this moraine, whea about three
quarters of mil below ui per Alton tutloa
am la eolllsloi with a freight train going;
north, A baggan ear and tb first ecech were
tslwoopad, and than almost losuatly took Or.
Th scene that ensued wu most appalling.
Tb unfortunate passenger were, most f
them, caught between th car seats, and tarts
from tb ear wu nearly Impossible. Tb flames
enveloped th doomed ear almost Usually,
and tb doomed pasasngara war left to b slowly
roe ted tllr. Up toll a.m. ih charred aaa
blackened remains ef four victim of tht fear
ful accident had beta recovered aad wtr lying"
la th snow awaiting tb coroner inquest. Tb
names of tb killed, as far as know, ar i tol.
low ii Jamas Sweesln, Mrs. Reuben Rains. Th
other two bodies hav not beta Identified,
Tb wounded are Carl Foss, leg broken) Ab
gust Maabe, a train boy, an ankle broken! Mr,
Oaodon, a leg broken) trank ttngbet, badly
braised; Mena Bngbte. slightly brulsedi Frank.
Ha arwtt, slightly brulsedi Henben Drains,
badry tut la th heed; liau Jtorntardt, bands
badly burned and head cut. lire other were
eiiani.T wvinuta, Aiut(uir lour wtr nuiea
ot Mr. Denntson, ef whom b spok p termt f I and thirteen injured. Th working party is still
UJ vu iva, MN IHWI VHUUUI
rsginr the person er a girl five years old, from
thffeouof whlehihedled. Tb polio with
difficulty prevented mob Irom capturing and
on Saturday next, taking a special train direct
rorWlidsor. His Boyal Highness, by tht ad
vice or bis physicians, avoids th xctltn.tntor
a visit to London at prtseoL
Deserted Sircrss f tk Bevlalllstt Ctllt
f !iyitua Maxioo. Fab. I. Tb rout f tk
uortrnmai uroet u eumpiete. svigatv uvv
arnmeot troops presented thtmtelrts, with their
arms nd horses, at tlulroga'i headquarters
here, Th possession of th alty give th revo-
utioniats nwami woioa wvr irnn nniw.
iuiiowi hod. iK ntiir nnsir piaiwj uim ir
tloa will not be permitted to ntr Matamoru,
ltlsapectdbwUlnot attempt to ao ao, be
esuse it captured by Quircga. ha will be abet,
aud he eannol trots to the American aid ewlag
to th Ind let meats for murder against him.
uuns war piaeea on in ioruneuona m taa
The rrelnht train Bbantd have itila-irakad at
thjunctlon.bntUiBl4kept Blralghtoa. Ba
ker, thnaondnetar nfthe rralaht train. lamnil
off wbu tb trains collided, and eougbfreiag
is niBk jiiaeani toa eogiaaer ana nnman
followed blm, but this lacks coo Anna tlon. Tb
wholt responsibility of this affair U throw a upon
wnuoino Dnnaeaver tun iwaaawsa itv,
mi lAtroba. UallforBla. was bain a nrtDared
oo Tuwiy, th cable gave way and John Kirk
.. ...... 1. .. kilt, .n.t M
Roslya and S. Penton fall a dlstaoo of savsnty
leei into m river, out cecapeu, aiiuuugu n
Affrehrokaout la th national notet si
Oil Oily. PsBBtylvenfa, on TuaaUy, dtttroyleg
th hotel, together with th Taylor home, th
Otl Exchange, th branch office of tn Western
elty to-day, and preparation mad to realat an
attack Oeneral Roche li expected bre from
MiTmniiLVih. Information ha bet
received ber that moat cf tha towns In the
oiawoi era uru are in me uauiw .bwit.
olutlonlsu. Oommanlcatloa between the p
lul and Vera Ores U Interrupted. A courier
from Camerio sUtos that Uortlau ar
aeseruog m cjuiroga.
THE I'SIOX PACIFIC B3AD.
lie Uae BeeewlDg Kkert. .
MxrHCiBi Bow, Wt- Feb, r. Th wind 1
sub ding, and on train bu reaonad Percy.
There Is on stuck on Slmpeon I11IL and other
sr preparing to move la that direction. A trail
loadT oi provisions, furnished by ia Uovtrn.
meet, 1 bow a rta's from Fort Steelt to Pvrey
fcr th pangr.
Superlaundeat Sickles It at Lookout sUUon
with a fore of mtn, and rtporU that tht cuts
ar all run or snow, and it 1 useless to work
wnii tn wina diows.
AiisMienss rrom points wsst oi Ktwung suuoa
report that tb provision re beeomlog short.
A. Bomber of passengers. Including FJutarn
panaars, merenants, newspaper men, uueaa
raltroad offlolai and others, ulegraphsd tbl
morning, from Orten ltrrer sutlon. lo Mr
tttekeii, entreating htm to get them throegh u
oonu possible, representing further dtUy a
rulBOB to Ibtir bniloe, and aamplalamg of
tbe provisions furnished. Superintendent
Sickle gmvtbem no enoonragement beyond
the general ajsurent that they wlU ba gotten
through a toon aa possible, aud that their train
will not baturtod unless viotuled for tendsyi
and preceded by a mow plow aad work train,
aad a good fore of men. The tun U now shin
ies; and warm slight brse prevail.
oo tatnu nictations upon matters affecting tb pre
poBsd ehsnges will b rolrd.
SXIIUBB or STBANUa BTtTlia VxNBtCKLAB
QoTaaBHaBT. Tha president traosmlttod to
tbSsnaU yesterday Information furnished by
th Secretory of But lartipons toarssolu
tlon of Inquiry eonotrnln th saliur end re
tention lo YaauU of the American i teamen
litre, Dudley Duck, Nutria, and Stn Far.
aaodo, th property tb Veutuelan sttsm
transporUtioa Company n Amtrloan eorpor
alloB. It appeart that tfass vtsseU were
sited Ust fall, tb first by lb Veoeiueltn gov.
ernmenl troops, aad tb other three by tb rev
olatioos. Acting Secretary of Stale Davis
wroto to Mlotrtsr PI I on lb 11 of September,
demanding lumedlata rtsUtutlon of th vessels
Hero aud Dudley Buck, and upon learning of
th subsequeat solium of tb olber two niao a
iiaiiaruemaau ior meir reu.ia,.va. imiii
lb VtnotutUn Minister of foreign Affair
wroto to Pile la November, disavow lag th ut
and promising:, upon proof, to mk th noi
Boabp or scriBvisiau. IwirxcToaa or
STBAMBOATa. Th board of tapsrvltUg la.
Bpectort of sttstn boats, ar a isiMoq of about
fwurwaeks, adjourned yiurdy. Tb follow.
Ing Inventions adopted by th board hav been
approved by to seereury or tna Treasury
A Btuthootr, ftrtanlbllgtpumptll 0, Ha,
kail, itl.waur btateri li 11, i he rail, steam.
Union Telegraph and AtUnllo Telegraph com.
panics, and two or three saloons. The loss Is
sUmsled at M,000; partially Insnred. Tb
cans of tb fire wu the explosion of a lamp.
A prominent elUien of Chicot county, Ar
kansas, arrived at LUU Rock Tuesdsy night
from Uk Village It reports that matters
ar still lo a deplorable condition la that county,
II ays slao tie United SUtos troops letl ther
L...r. h.. a ku. ma.U hv the nairroel lOtlrtV
out th Clvrnor Ourda, Nearly all th
whit eltliSDS hav removed thslr families ram
tbsoounty, No arrests bvyl been mad of
any of thos perron connected with th Ut
sserUoKtouulroga. . t. .... ,
im thrtMd of Colon Uresto. rtosntly kllld,
wsre found ppr Implicating two IU"MnBti
br in a prtjeol to admil Crest and his baud
Into MaUmoru to capture Pulacloend th pay.
msster, and then Induce th troops lo prenouaoo.
Th lleuttnBO'l Will be IboU
Th CgTtalal Iivettlgall.
Naw OatiA.fi, Ftbnury T F. J, Usrrto
and Postmuter LowtU Ustined before th Oon-
Sresaional oommltte to-day. Hcrrea at Aral,
ecltnad giving antxplanatlon regarding cheeks
drawn by htm for amounU rrotu gaoo lo Uloo,
which had bean traced to members of th Legis
lature or SUte Officials, excerl the Ihoaaand
Idollareheck which be loaned Mr. Youag. If
tabquatly suted that a portion of tb tboa-
-. , . ....... i sanaaoiutreneoa was giveBtoueirayiBaiuaerai
Th BvlUalsU Drted. I .anansese Wslur VVhevland. Tbsobeck belar
Laouatba, Jan. M.-President Qaimsa dated prior to tb datb ef Wbcylend, the com-
mute uiru kuwv u irrai aaa
drawn I in oar .ier.n aauoipaiion oi inat
Tha Jaoanss mbasv wu formallr r-
ui.1 .t tha (Mi Hall, la Halt laka. an Mob.
day, by th federal, territorial aod municipal
authorities, A speech of welcome wu read iy
Major WtU. It was responded toby United
Bute MlnlsUr DLon.r. Oovernor Woods,
Secretary lllacK, tjblef Justice lUcltaan, jus.
uoss Birwaiana ana tjeweuy, uenerst un
well, Marshal Patrick, Oeneral Morrow, aod
other prominent personages were present, A
grand buquet will b given them today,
Tb seBBlon of th Ooutltutlocal ooaven
tlon, at Charleston, West V., on Tuesday, was
xeltlng. Tb question uf moving th capital
waa argued, and a proposition to lv It to a
voto oi the people wu raftrrtd to a oommltte
of tbre delegaU from each dlitrlct. Tb re
mit, ar tha Mtnmlttaa aa bill rlr hU was discussed
at aom length, tbe question being whether th
ounsittuuoa should ueciare wnmr neat w
vlnl. la kn.1 BhAul.l nmiln nni of the United
Bute, and whether tb right of revelation
auouit oa aeaaawieogeu.
ntanoo. with 4.000 men. alUcked th Btrohold
of th Tsvolntiontst and eompelled them to
ananaon iu in revolutionists lost sou men, m
eluding their leader, th celebrated Ueuerel
UI1IB A It VlallVH I iiaiM IU.I IU, n, MS.
Data Abl te C Wlih th B r si sties Ul
Avar Ira Flu Withdrawn fHm law tea.
Sab Doniaoo, Jan. V Tb asosssloa , of th
towns of Saveaeta and Otayabln Is oonflrmod.
11 IS reporter mat u-rai riotn bhihiw"
lied a strung fore. Prettdul Bua J nt
clently strong against all opponents. The re
ports! withdrawal! tb American flag from
Stnisna Is ewHrniod,
Tbt Uffc Crep Ud A BereUUea Kipecttd.
Pobt ar PaiBoa, Jan. 14, Tb off crop 1
good and abundaaL Otueral Solomon hu not
returned to Porveu. prince, although h waa
provided with a sera eoaduot, and a rorolulioa
is sti'toted aittr lb eonee erop Is gathered la.
Oretn well's skill Utaldltob topoMtsslenof
h iionaonar, wnos great gratuiatnar pici
raltta t Bw Brew.
Uauvax, Ftaruary T Fnlton hu onoludd
Itupwlien, after tbe rtstorsllon, a svorm blsw I toaooept Brow a t offer to rew a matsh aver a
ltrromtbilka wbkqltwai frUt.1 at Wsil four mllaaeurontb KnubosslsfOrtl,wO,
.i..i.. Uravn lo v.calva Slid fur hlaavnenSaL
(fllU.V. - JH'IU " a- - --,
event. Htrren could aelther remember th
date of lb check or tb date of Wasylaada
The oommltte xpol tocoactnd their la
bors tomorrow. .
flardsrsr itnteneed ta b Baagtd.
Matitillb. N. Y., Feb. T. Charles Msrlew,
a Jamestown brwr, oouvieted of the marder
of Wm. Baohmau, wu thl momiaa; seauneed
tobahknged. Onbtlog asked by th court If
h had anything to sav be remained tilsaiver.
klblUeg atolld UdlBsrence to hi Ut. The
irlsoner's counsel. Porter Sheldon, will pply
or a writ of error iBordsrtoooulaa nawlrul"
ot th eu.
Arrested nrBHacfUa asd Akortl,, (r.
Rjchhoiio, VA.Feb. T-Dr. N.A.H.qJ
dlnwu arrested to-day oa th eharg of abor
tlon oa a young woman named King, af llearleo
eouaty, resulting la her death, Wesley Burkt,
a machinist, wu also arretted, coerced with
the sedaellon of th Bm party. Tbe body ct
tb vtolim Is being xhumad Ibr xmieaUea.
Lsrg llr it rrt nana.
Dbtboit, Feb. I. A Ire at Pert Huron this
morning entirely destroy! the buildings and
stocks of D. Oruham, halt and first D. cltrtus,
boots and sheest F. Ai Meyer, groceries, aad J
U. Farrands, dry geodl. The tout loss U 10.000,
on th stocks, 3t,wo, Tnera U no lasnraoreon