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VOL. XIII.
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1872
NO. 7.
l4-
v
AUCTION SALES.
OF VAIITA1IIK
AND
40MKLY IMPBOVFti IIUHIN
AND
ttaler and by Tlrtn of ft dirrMaf the Supreme
Court of the
seXwfcqilty Docket Mix II, eubUtiiUnir ma m
I Mi. I will Bull, at nul 1(n nntUin nn (ha immlana
mate
in, Wt'DNhHUAY December 4, at 4 ociotk m
elltbalvlueblejarce f land lylug in IhetHyo
Vt aahlnirtna aniTlialni nHart.ial 1 at iinmhanawl flvaf
,) and pert 0(1 it numbered tfve (ft) In the aubdlvls.
uofagjare pnmlwtmi two hundred anl twenty
rc
a,
liortb With Fifteenth atrMt fifty iftO) feet, tbenc tmn
' ni eaia square,
nth street fifty (0)
south fifty (90) feet to Q street.thenrw Nt with Paid
n in ire leet two incuee iiw il i in. inence
rant Mil Inch (Uu
U street to the Hsca of bntrmonuf. with tba building
Thla ii-opei-ty la directly opimalt lh Treasury
DritrUnwut, and la band mely Improved by a laiy
f mr-sUry Iron-front I uildtnir, now occniledby n
orrruuuj uri raging-.
Thla ii-opei-ty la directly oppnalt th Treasury
ri
tlir
UirtwxU r brick bnUdinir ooom I 1 t y Kllhourn k
latt and othara a me, and tb oommodktua
iwwlllnf Rous No. ll (t alreeL
TfltHrti Ona third of tha purchase monay tnh
paid In cash the hajanr In equal paymenu at six
and twelve mouth from tha day of sale, with In
A dwl ilven and deed of trust to secure deferred
payment rminlred.
Adnmitof iorinlredattlmeof sale. Convey
andmr at enat of ptirrbar.
poliMlfcda TIL JKHUP MILLER, True,.
Pat are Day.
li tJHHBN A, Wit MAMH,Aeilneer-,
JL,o.l"lBn1hwMtrrnfrTMiUi aiwj DstrMt,
mhl.:M WoBBmuifi'r Wi'fif
I
tha Dlatrlrt f C I imhii. In m iltv riima
Nn. I V Onofrt Vf HnnvllU et al va. W'ULlam 1, O
.iiuninca wu,n wiu mm ai nttoiio aucu n, at tna
Auction ltntnnanf (Ii-md Ji Wullama, north! cur
ncrifTentbanlDatnHa,ln the city of haibtir
flou D.U. on MONDAY lb- Wnday of DMenibrra
Uh 1 ocWk r m all thoa- urrr land
n twn aa M ird kV guarrr. and I tb(M on the
in of the CbMnrak au 1 unto ranal atxnit two
lniltw above Umnrrtown, In tha Dtatiict of Ulnm
1 U, and hairuc about fW ( iu width by about tm
tnnJi In letufth, aud oonutiiln' u aorwii mure or
Andalan atthAunia time and place and ineori
1 tctlon therewith wa will Mil all tna un iiiarrlrd
rtone, with tha itpriatiial rurht to auarry the m in
Iqra nmdninallon Irliur mnifxtfatalf weat of
mw ,p.w yt UIQ HUM 1UUWH
ui aiuoiwnjr uia tniTf, mvvinor wito Crriain nwuia
Lhor
4 riiiuin w iii um vii v uviivi uww
for pun" of tranaiH rUUon, A rn r
Iartlcular dMortpUtni of all which will ai
rrtrf)UM to Urn i rocMdinjia In above HlU-
of IhaXank uf Uta aal I ranal
in ra iuu an i
will apiwar by
entJUl oauvA.
nnuimuwnuua (i caiiiaiiaui Ufi ouiara ut
thnabove QuarrlM wblrh o tialat of tha )hw rjuality
of Dlna Hum, and which la ner narliratloo-cay of
liviipppiwuiru IWUIIIUHITI.
wwhinvinn M nutarnt,aiid otbr nibllob
mitntit anl ihav 1 iiliMj ti ilf.1
Inn ere laid of tola ion. The A iM irt llrt Un
tha Pototuao rlrertalao. Oak Hill t-Mnelrry
iuiTi,.uiruiiT vauiuin arv uuiit 01 iu aiouo
f rto three nuarrt".
A flat of tna a iarrle ean le aMn at arrr n A vTO
llama Aiiotl n IUnna,orrnarof Tanlband DatrwU
mrthwMt, wbrraanylnfonnaUnncan lie oUalnl
Any nrnonfniamlna the QnarrlM by taking
tha Catial road nr the nw road lcdliu frvm Qeurjro
town to the Cbain brldjr.
Tanna of 8ai Ona with eah, an I tba balance In
thirty equal monthly payment wUhlntrm! at tha
rata of if o r raotum per annum f r m day of ulc
with Mirit to tb aafiarartlon of th llMvlpra.
and a liau retained un tha property mII nr th pur
in vbhij nr uhii an
ijilraru;
necelvers.
OULEN Ik WILLI A MH, Aucw.
U !'"
li MA Mrs, J
it corner of Tritl
OF VAU'AHLI
ON I H fill If
ittianl Datrefli
TltllHTtFlM HAt.K
i.v iMPitnvi ii
REAf FSTATF ON
nil i- f NnitTir up
UA1ITOL AND itltHT
iiuiu me
iteraat thartvin at lh rati
to ba aeeured to tba aatli faction ot tba Iniateaa.
convyauclnr tobeatthouato4'thapurrhstr an
a iirimaia, m juv win u (ouiidu uu rouu u jura
the time of iurrbaa,
UUEKN k VtfUIAMfl
noSft-eoada AnrtiouMrs.
tj Aucuonarra idu itu mmm vroarra.
-m -. "trMCMur OfHce liulldliur. I
deaorlbod lot, piec
ami hat liar In tn nil
known ou the sTound4at or lan of uid city
tn wMtlrtor IX uumosrsi una 11 in ai tare
numbered three huudrvd anl twenty three, m
Maid part of lot havliur a front i f eiijlitwQ frt on 0
Inwltinrth anil Punnlnir liauk with that wl llh tha
dlslAnoaof furty-clf(bt (i fettt," wttb all tti ini
Ertck BuS? DJlT!reVlinOU"1UUjr ' u"ur'
TermaoaaJa 7ne fourth cash, of which M must
I id at tba aal. balance In six twelve aul elirh
1mu mouths, wlUi InUreat at the rau of B iwr nut.
nr aununi. from tha day of aal. and secured br
lend of trust to tha saUafseMou of thatruateea. If
the term are uo couii4id with within ten date
man, i th day of sal tba trustee reserve tba rtjrht to
rcaell the pn perty sf tr one weak a noUce at the
i iai iu i iw 1 1 ii raa imiuHw au
at the oust Of th I irehaacr SWdown
i irehaacr SMdownstth
UPl'AaWftWTn
LAVlMUt k CLKAHY 1
sale.
TrUBtewL
-oivll lsn Ads
TO Sevantb atnet, between a aud IL
hioIiAititqii ..- " "
ftHTrrSaarflitBaa'EK
. a iuu ii"... iw a n na-iiiiuwii, ua ititi v-u-
or mar I v nvnnil bv (laorar Oi eler. ci
aud ruuniiur ttaauce smith ff dew east, I jxirohea
i ion" or inaa wuu ujiwa uu uiai
t. mvj van wrai uim
larnoen iria ai
with aald condemn
uurth B d-,w(a4 liapercbiwandlftuukstoajiouat . J
trc-e BUndluAf at the en I of aaid f euoe, marke t for a f K
m rneri thence aouth tt&U dtv .. wrt itcrcbee auil 1 !
aiaiTOSiL-Mra
mtrUmAaMo r
W!" "'"l iiJmn'aAl,rDS n.
VSWffOfSrMtTKmU
iu iitwi itaiT. tHi-aciJianjr au, ioir.
Term to be made known u tba
dfiajMi on aoreirt auoe r tnd.
U (txunpueu wiin wiitii
Ir lateaa rttrv Lha rlu-h
tlhln a van
rWht to raac
ha tefaulttni
lha rlak anil nraul nf lha tnfaiiltlna- nurrhaaer
O vVlVKVFYiTru"t'
d Jodhd. U. IL WAHNEK, AucUour
1) V JAN. 11. U LDDIMJ, Aaielloucrr.
TBU8TFFS HJS f)F LAND lit F1UNCE
UlonOF-dCOUKTYVMAhYlAND
By virtu of a decree of th rirotiH dourt of Prim c
(lorm co inly Htate of Maryland alttll a aa a
court of equity leartn,r date lit list day if Ma
171 anlifHMHt Inacauaed In eald i iti bctwaru
Haran F llerry, eserulrti of Vi lJUam I Ilerrj ouiu
lJainant aud John E. Ilerrv and Vlrvtnla hla wife
difbudsnU. the uuleniirnod will all,tiiibllo auc
tion Intheburbeatlitdi-r on a HUHoDAY thalJlh
day of December t fsir U not. lbs uest fair
1 1 n Ut l muise. ail that tract of laul blnir an I
iieHurlu JTiuce Ueonrea com ty. aul now owiml
in 1 in pooseaB) it f Johu L, lkrrj caded aud
r uirreaiwr .1 vmwi iu,. iui ih rauuun
kuowuaa Best 1 leasauL
fa sit istd within four miles from
imaiKperiy ib an i
WMmutrtoneil) D 0
1 antral luriii (ka nin thmiiarli it.
itii oe uronpj a vvuitiy
It Iw a eotnfortatile Uwellliiir Honaa ou It. very
elbrlblyl icatdwiihll Uia nooeaasry O it Uutldlnn.
Di.bDWtV ailiaair,, ,- aj.1 ", m .b.b aw-wr
several Teuen rut II maea aud a Mtore House on tha
IBO. it is aunttTBUir Bfiaii
me and bare laa oinaldfrabli
nd an 1 U tod laDa ou tb I Ii
riil. a Fi.ii. rlw a. Ill Id . fTui ul
thtwers, and u uut auld in lots will be m
Terms of sale Oue-Udrdcaah and thelIanoa In
bIx iwrlvesudeixhtreii inuuthSfN, ial iuHlallmeuU,
tba deferred )itieuta tobaseeurfd bylbboudaf
the urchaaer ori I rub mm re the wh A to bear at ler
eat from the day f aaly or Iho ratlhoatlon Ihrrw I
t y Ib oi url, or tb wlml of the t urobae laom y
lu be inuld Iti cah at the o tl u nf the pur bssur uu
lh dual ratlfloatiou of tba kale t y Ut court
lVutb(iji)ioent of th whol f the inrcl aa
money ana not before, the trustee is authorized to
Iwj m ioa aiui
convavsiuui
r an 1 Majors at eot of tha u
rsafcfiWKBrh,!s
nuvti-eodlda
1 TIIOftAN DO
1N(J, nrlleueer.
1 LltFMITOIlY HIIL OF
ni.' ii l uiiu'ili l' rnvt
AHOF HTOi K
D tn Iter 0 at lu
J Kk SlllUOIltlUU! W If 1 U I IS) imuui
i 1U1 .1 uk la I ainaw 1 J.I jr II "- 1 at N IJI
'in lo a ri a Mil i ik rlU t ir an tM fcha
1 J L- - k fl r t
i la si- r I
i li U f ah rid
n dli tslsm utlwwlllU n ui realiafsctoiby
iul rardiwlv M-jrlu. lit r t irill jjruf tur
Security ' IIIOJIAO IOWLll.O
Ufal auvuvami
. ii nnniTj in.ii i 1-tuu in iwu nr u 'ti au nrr i r ' v t ,,'t . ' "i' ., v,u vn ii, ivi r ai- ore a ni in oue urancn nineteen men naiminv ut
UmSSn .liraStnSSou .nT.ll)i ?Z m .nd 111. rfl lo. in Hire 1 ill ln.i.llmni.,.1 t2 !. .ff'J,?,,''!" , r!le' "" -'1m M mmilnn. lieln one more Ih.n
fiSirUSSF ii.?r!3ri5;Jn!?.l iTCi V.hKl'ilnlr.li imln,,.l.iiDMniiinlli,fniiil.r ion, MUore ,t 8n I Ili.rti ,nd I, loul to nuornni Inth, twmte int n wrn four Mnon.
i nr rnp aala al tiniriiA a,ipi,ian. iti rant I nr lha i -...H - . ..
ircml.t tb.hr.bf.1 1 ldd.r. m TUUUAr in. ',! Ic i ill I liil Ith f tiivaTnlir I1V1 K "'" '" ,'nuicirarnij were iniproncri7 loun I """' .11 umiim 110 quunuii incrowiu
luili d.iof UraenW.lm. u 1 oclock, p. m.,.u 1 NVmnVi iii i.n 'IiWiiuriiV 1 t 11P 1 ,ln,t hlra tn 1 n I, lonj ,rIuin,nl In fvor pnrtablj be a nuornm lo-morror
lo ilwj. 1 1 l.rcJ. o? fTOUll.l .1. 1 if iln TnirNIIASllPSllllllIUrMT ' ' ' qMlH H IndlClineM. Th, lOUIt too, , Tll UKUINU LKOIULATCHie.
:&filE'iiLtfZi'ilM!ii Si S! UrVlrlSi-ot , di.1 nf lr 1.1 1",;. ,lnl 1ral., I reieu before the aranmcnt M concln ll nn lnoxn, lleo. I -The Uuil.ture weeu ito-
m. Lfifril .n3 tt Shi Sn. h.mdBjinj '. .nidi"!. rdM iu J lb.r No. iwl. folio 1M, wooiiiirxi. inciuin ailid morrow Onlj few deletile, h,T, arrived. The
Ku.ileVira,KaTmftiTblM ? "inVh,5i ,Tu.'lh"K,l:,, 'r"rJr'J u."bJf,," " fi VT,"1 T" oln" WowlhuU anl u.ln to-l.T mte premnce of a quorum u doubtful
Bar. nf Ii! 1110, uu ". fiSVU uf . 1..." tSSM&lM&SLfoii?!ZnE2!? ' " '" 'S0"0 " '" " CIT" " ' enmln.f rue.
lllll of U. t 6liCrl, anbdleuoa ( wo". t,,m 0 4,1! tii.,ll,i!. ...ri fViS In th, I'nltiHl Htate, rommlHloner a rourt, J rilll.Am Ll'lll .
K.Ui;r..J i.Sl ViirH, !? lt!SiSSS HliamlH illle.DilrTOirllluIJIrWrlnHhlnilll In the ca.e of Challl. forllW Tke ( rale.. 1.1 omnil-il.n.
nurr u nuw uuii.n nuiiuiiori urarix cuul )
plrted. The Mle to eommennai with th west n um u
.oiiunlTf Itad.btfVribTehlhVlSlfu.aj &"'"1" H."??.
tin MiMi nnuM 1.9 raa anin aaiiaraiiur null! ilea
i- r-aliuul ... irii pi nil i, uivmi muini ui lllini w inui vu
.is5H-i7nte..''"A J?miiiMrS4a".rii;f.K ""
KauTr.T?,i,v -.ud acs S.TKT , ar .WK.u4r,rhOT.rcM.s,i.b ..
wnn inirrMi incrmn 11 inn nu ni mn iwr nrninni.
All .
.,'
I . " i"!1!" "I ".""vl. V -" " -; m 'uu x raucia iiuuu cuininaiuaiii. t ti, n i ucirat wi an inui 111 iviumiiuu at iiiiniuj, iiiliuu
A-a.d?rro,JuiIt.i H IPt uJ !l),.r7?r,1!Ll" U"u4etlvdfendanta, mthelMndar r Novcn Ur. lug the new charter
UlMrN&eXl.fulioKl.ftO. t tb land rooorda la-a. 1 ahairocTrr for aala at i ilJli. ail, tluii.lu fri.nt "".'......;... ......,...,.... ..
cJWaabinrtunoounty.D tl. n I by dlreeUon of tba f Ih.Tiion MUNt.AY7Uawbday o( Ii uM MnmTt unTh.m irJ l.t n h. Wiimil
irty saaurertbereby we wfUMlJ.atpul 1 oa ictlnn cemlirr 1871 at 4 o clni k p m. that very elhrtllelnt . "m ft""ll uransm presi lent ni the ailk II i
UfronToTtbspn'raliM.onTUtKbAV tbalothday SfWrounll I unmber lhrViX)ln Hamuel ffldl-ne National Bank ot Mlllletown, N Y.waaheldln
TBI'HTFE'H BALK OF A VALTTApLK FA11M IN BuaaAii or roBTacniow iuu Uxrua, '
Itf&Jt&WttlaV SP.ltf,!Wl-,,tf0,?W, W.IHI1.0TOS NoiemfJr 11 "-1
nYTBITIDAIi ANDfllJ' VARMSOF cAPf TbaNary Deiirttneot will offer frtreaie stnWlc
U.rAWWJJ.TU.Vt.rbHrA tH.n.al-tlm.DidtMHUiNwVart
aii.ifl.V.iiVw"iri'iV'aVIiAVfr'Ni; ?!' l ." ?.JUJ SK" iK.r "SJ1y".
i iiui ib iuu uj tiuwuuui iu imnj iiivrsi j id ui (h)IUI1 and Silt ( I in IBttl ilia j(o liinuiLU uo I ttjii ritljuti. ui ilia - - j --- , -"." . ., .; .7, "- "-
rired we will .eeli at rubllo auction, on ttjai rem- ibewb Jearno iut of thimi-chaeiu y niiwt b great heart was In eyu vatliy v, inhumanity In i loo to UansBtate that all the act tier on the
l til lha hlirhul hlrl lav nn ftlntailav. tha laUla ill I .t..ula...t .111., al. .JI..JU..I. .. J Ik. - r. . Z " . . . .' . . . Ta. iT I Wink i-lama haaa haan niaaaaiiM. anil that alrrhlar
. V. --..!-- " r "-. a -- -- -' r .ia7,-ii mt main linn in a'uuniu.ui u aim lun imui J urUB ICBt lOrUI ir 1 VI" I II. UIVrrTlinCni na I -" va "-. v mi.. ui.iiii -, iu.i AiI"V "i raia nvuinuuii uiuil lit UU111
VJSrtlJu irinirllfui loved hi fellow men aul tht Ubor of hi l warriors are in the , flelt, with only thirty Dve millions to keen afloat our oi I
rl.rtvWf 5.'Pvu.Hi..Vlt r.Vi f W f.n "fT '? .... .. . .- ...... whole life were tn elevate the ..,.., it tlon of man sol Her from Fort Klamath to fight them Com years agoa different Plan bad b
uurthweet eoml? o that pirt i ofYounboro , thS wsiifiTS &ittTtti&vaitol No struggle for liberty UvU or religious , panies are organizing in the northern rart of the lb money had been spent in
tnrmarlvnwnnibr norif Oi aler. calld Trlnklad 1.1.1 iiTfiir.,iiUi iaHiii,i.laliH.rf..ii.i. v wit avtr mail mi th anrf a mil th earth aim state to take the flelt BClS Wt Should now have some
AUCTION SALES
Fatare liny I
I1
WM. 1. WAI 1, A. HI ,AariUaecr,
Naw Marl la lltillillnu-
Ml and Bus l-ennnilvanU aveuue, corner of
KlnlhatPML
Ninth atnet.
MAURliasEH Ar-, AT AldTIUN
--- UnlllUltgpAY Dcm1
tfygrfTB tnrnoliuf at 19 u click wi
TtW within our aalpe-roi ma, a la
I V I lUractive Jlneuf kuniiiure
ifccmliar I, corn
'ill ,
lanra an I at
ion
1 naw ItoMfwond 1 latio, T octave.
Hxitid band llanoa, 1 ocUva. Un and coTf r
ft fatlor HultM, In rap and balrrloth.
t W aln it Marbla W ( bamur Rnla.
Malmit Vanlrobra
MboBr)a, Marblft-tnii
-mm U H. Cbalra.DMl
rtoa la,
I On UaJnit Marb-top lla.ll Suite, Carvel
Una WfiiieHairMaUrraM.
uvw!i3ie?ib luJ
Ilna Wnita Hair MallrraaM.
I'd of Lo kliur (ilaaaMa.
Alao, a lot of mwou 1 hand Furniture,
Ala
dec
AiMimoi ,iniMU iriiD
ft lib numerona artk Ira In the f nrnltnre lln.
iti, j ni u ia), Aucujuesrv
South weal
thwwt orner I-enn avenaeand tlavrnUi atrMt,
n-i wuio-iiu.uiu,
BFrCIAI. HALF OK FLIOANT ITIFNCII AH-
TI-tTIU UKoSJ'k.H. Ultuuikn, AND HTAl
6hhi:o,WiU,tJ?W,Uili?Pxft.,J,l:'0
. ..-. u ..nun. ...... .uu. .,,
III TUESDAY MOH1INO MMbnKllllll
uV.wVnS rr.:,unrra.ri!!Ksraii's
ran la
jr lt
u Vllt
tiroa i
lanra Itall Vum. ll.rlTll if!,.l imna I art DvuLm
AlaliMtrKUtiirtteHft:o An fcc .
nation win be arranged for eiamiuatlun
al t nf all in a un ir-r Sinn, raah ntnr
that amouut, u daya ere 1 1 f r aproveil paper
Two fliieh.ei.eru ted (arraraMarl Is HUluna, rr
Houlbweat oortior of It nn. are and f leveuth alreet,
MIbp Itllln It ill IU
CIIANrFKT HILK.OF VALi'AllLF lUTILDTNd
irc a iii valuabLk niiitovi-n ntot
l-ltTY FRONII.Nft OX I ANI) K, llKTWPF
JftJIlft AM4UiLF AND HliTH HTULk.II
rHiu i ii n
.,"..:
vlrtnenfa lrrM,f tba H. prnne Court
iiiMnrttiiiNunDia Lw-liucnanry
iu ubla 1 1
DY thesith lay of SoMmber in on tha nreni
r ih Hi, 17T, t
Ix II lwill
ramranr la"4 t
jiiouniiuu
l-, at t o tiiork m , nr for wir si i t lie auo ,
ni , t fTrr for ulc at 1 1 1
an I sl, in Ki tare 4-w. in thj
ill dlirht hum liwiii anlhllrl
1 1 He auo
it rltr
in lAn i s, 31 a
Lola Tf?n am
jltdlrldedluto
A?-? Ilk 1 1 fert 'JnehN '
;.! "? ' I1 f iacnen
and runnhur back with I
Iita twttuty and twenty .one hav bVaii suhdivl I d
Intof url u.tarreof thmbsnnK-arrinlof twenti
f wi i n Mi iilh t atrt Imtaran 1-1
'-'''
'ii!rK!wl!2:ffS.AVlfSteIih
Ilr;t brtwMn lhai
iwiiiuTBU a uu r ilia iwrs
, of aal. with intret at tm if r eanluni i-r annum
secured by the un.hsaer'a mite an 1 daxl nf truat
i'iiuv wuuii iu ta"ii at iuu niri ua-rr a ijjiiiki a
inttu kitcq i iuu unai raiiucau iu ut aaie. uunie)
t ni nu each 1 4 pn dJT f m1
lUrtlNAID J-KNDAlJi.Tr-v
LAflMUl fc tlFAHY
itee.
n)S)-l (SUrdu) AuoUoneere
IW-THF AIKITE 8ALK IU pOSTrONFD UNTII
ilOSDAY Dncemberf leTS, Htni hour and place.
ly nr Irr ( f tho Ini-tM
decVdda LAI I HER Av CLEAnY Ailcta
1 II It. MINI If, Itenl Kinto llrohrr
l II ft tllll II, KrSI hinie lirOKrr
I Auctlouuer N "3KeveuthBinet,ettMn i
II nrt It '
Uiareon.
- ... .. -a ... . . .t , . , . .
enu ,uub inira mm i in iwiano m hi .
t-var nf aaiau Wlla
j ' 1 .. .TT-. ' r
ehiw ii iMlii il 1 uwhiSr MaL 1
chaser "J'If Jl'l0!"
LDWARDAHiiFlhtlit Trusiaea,
nixteohds li.II WAHNlIt,AnctlonMr I
1J
Sou
aiv. .
iSii viut iimiat
iouthweat oornar Iv-nn. av. and hlevrath atreet, t
rr iriiicv i iinniiK,
Ri iltvJlKVJJluZuVwi)VSu
riar .nnceii iinunjr.
VuIVm f iiWiyt wfiY kiitv ufriuva-iit
2Titi-i.THv.i-VT MXlttsill
v'vF-r..1,"."1 ....... .....
Jiy virtue ni a oocrueoi ine nuprcme oun oi iaa i
4rttofComiiina1awdinacunceryoauM,No.
a iudlvialon,of pn tare numbered onahundr
nliirtrUbt, (lv,i In the city of Wuhluirt u. Ii
DlatricCtini roved by a twol iry Trsi 10 tiouai
IMI on North K etrert, bHween llflevnth aud
n tiiiiiaa Na
I nn North K atrerL Itrtween ITfliwnth aud Hli
tnenlh alieta went an 1 front) i south H feel le
llirucaa. WIUI a 11,-J
ally (sufeetwidi
ini-Lea, whu a tni tui iwra-t iiinctiea.toapubuo
iun an i acvraatui irimi j. arret oy a
twt I'.lmil nainlaJnluar IBLIanuara
ai i anej
fort more or 1ms. IhUlul la altuata.! in the 1m
l"d ate vicinity of tkoU s'lusre an 1 the Artlugtou
Terms of sale One thlr! caah th restdn In
enusllnaUllmeiitaat all aud twelve m nth within
threat from Uiadaynf sJ aecured by Uieuotea of
thepurcbaarr or til caah, at th optl if the pur
chaur I pon the txtyment of th whole I urchaa
money with the Interval Bud the final ralincsUon of
the aala by lb court, (and not la-turt 1 1 will ootit ey
the asid real eat at to the pureliaer in f simpli.
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epureliaer la ft.asin.plf.
rwt tt the i urcuaaer If
.1, W. '2 MlHSSS
co.iofUi.df.iliiiirfpirch.wrinflv. Ui. iioiio
, tl UIUIAlAiRf RAWninii)nMi
oola)il. I.ATIU1 U k H.LAU Auct
.T TT.Trr. rr.T:rr"J .. i.
ivnawpteasa-v.
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UUUUUU1E-AXU-AUMSI-
m
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at BUT I in .lirr IU iUn UlhlAUUUU S 11 UCB UUU IU
noWHukFtw
YTNITLDblATsJ PA1LN1 OFFICE,
, I. Waphivuton D a Nov! 1171
On lhe iKjUllnnof HamuilI Field of W oroeater.
I raj i uaT iur iua r iir union m ivuiui (rsuiu
if a pateut granted
ry iua fur an lm
factunug Wooden
Io uk ha
t ia ordered Instill teUm my In the esse be
iMA "s )?&:
" - 'J, t t ht " W &J of launary
"'a. . ir,n t,ar n, . lit. att.n.l,...
"Vsw-kVlLJLrrcommiMioner
IN THF HUIKFMF Wl UT OF TUB DIS-
X THUIItir IUL.UJ11IIA, AllE.ZIUUTUri.O-
Fr
KM11F1L1H7J
VlCUmll CUtfett
j N i. IN", Ei Docket II
Johu Warren.
It la orlurnil flat Hi dafHii la.it J m
UsiBMii,raua hla spiHrtuce to butrtii herein
ivrwiuniiMiirH ruie-uay occurring lony uajrs
altar this day t ftuerwln the hum will b prtKJjJ
lib aa in csBti uf default.
jiythaOouriL , A WYLIF Justice Ae
lfc V, TmI B,J MKtoa.tleik k
By IP William AsHlaUui I Urit t Cl ttlw
ITNI1LD HTA1FJ I VTKNT UFHtl
IJ WASuiNnrot D ( Novtn iK-rnifH.
OnlheeU(lonof N F. Uuamuu ofknrk leun
H)lvauU, inillif for lh ettci a n of a paleut
(Tauted to him t n tbeSD.1 day t f (el niary. li and
riuMUMonlbelat lay of Kttfiuber tbd- f or au Un
fr vrment in V eter A becla
It is ordered that lb laatlmauv In th cu ha
cljae.1 in th Slat day of Jau lary next I that tha
time for flllmr snrunients snd the Lssintner'a report
U limited to th II at daj of Janiary t fit, anl
that Bald potttluu bo heard va the fttii djy of February
uetL
auv ttwn mar ni poa ima etieiiaion
UuJ7 S Ut M I LtOUFll OommUal ner
TTNITED HTATIW PATENT OFFICE,
ViitheiHititioutfX'aMT0?!.
am II llLla of Nswart. nhoda laiaiil pray lint
it rraiitiHl tn tliam n the
.aldavof re. riurr, l.4i, ftul rwiNSUmi ou the tut
Uy of Dnoembrr 1 fur an uu rovemeut lu Uuae
1 1 liiui i
ItlarderedthallbateaiIuiitiylntberaaelcloil
fl li if arjf umi-i ta au 1 th 1- lamluer a rein rt b lim
llwltothasietdsy if January licit aul that aaid
ptttllm bebeurd ullialvili lay of III rusry nit
Any iwraon iua) oi tm IhU rileuaion
Nuv-Mlw M 1 LLOULT1 I iniut) ur
UNITED 8TATF3 l'ATFNl oeFRF,
V"-!" n c oci Winn
linuiapaminnni ttlLLIAU A MILLER OfL'SUtnn
rm illbMAia 1 PllbliLn ii "-auiiin.
'Ibesitaualouof s patant arsniel
dsy of February 184i snd reiaa id
Jud nu nbereif respectively t.W,
Au.nntlebthd4yofJune iiM.
umo, prayiuif iur ine aiisuaic
KI UIIU V.I Ilia BU
In Ave divlatnua
Iur an uai ruvruieut In lurvoater
Htsordarel ttiut tba tdaitraony lu Iho caaa be
Lloa-vl on the Ttli day i f Jan isry next that th lima
ft r tUlnir arif itiati a su I tb ta ulnar a rap rt be
llmlioi to the llth uy of January ueit aul that
'aal I peUtlou I j huard u UiUJ day of Jaimr
T
oftt
IIISiSTOOlVL 0THE THU 1HK fit, 11
a B(1iaF h,a I fa(na.t fni a t)i Umip.i ..11. a.
ik.ii-".:r'.r:.;flj"riM v". i.:r. -:?" ..-"Ji
lei f adiululMtraUnn ou ihn ers uisTeatst vt
iu uiaiiii.1 m iiuiiiui iiui iiiitT a oiruiBI tann.
KS
an (ii imio oi " aauiiiuwu uo
i d All narunt S bsvlmt tUli ia aval
1 me an b warned t eibtbu the same,
l V U 4 111 raof lu I i aohauirtl ! i.n na
ie IJMi day of N.unbfi ictti tbey rany
a by law le sscludad from all bautijt ef tie
all eat Ate
lUhvuuulnr iu haul Uila Itt'i lirnf N ve-nbsr,
i3 filUXH)E4 tL, '
M.a.wv ,
FOREIGN.
IVIIff" fllTIUVlnil laf a va. a a aa
i I III- OIIUAIIUI1 111 rtiArluLa
The I krllemrnl Ahallni ThrCimmlllea)f
Thirty be Apnlnlr4 Tbnradny
I)nfnnr IlfcIUen th II In la try ef the In
terior The Iendea Trea on Preatdent
drnnt'a lleuacn
I'll VNtK.
The Kxrliempnt Ilylnc tint
I akin, Dec a. The determlnttlon Bandar of
Thlcra and hi Cabinet to remain la tho Uvvern.
mentht MrreiltoilMnel the gnr feeling of
aniert&lotr which fulloweil the action of the A
Mutblj on Hitonlftj Uat, Dlapatchei from tit
i parts M France repreaent the country u calm
All parties are awaiting the organliatlou of the
I committee of thirty annolnted br tha Aaaerabtr
to draw up a law regulating the public powers
an 1 prescribing conditions of ministerial respon
sibiiitj, as provide I for In the reaolatlon of Du-
Mure, amopien on rn lay jam. The committee
will meet Too radar 1 irarrt la mentioned for
Minister of the Interior, to fill the vacancy
Ca iseil by the res I m) At Ion of Lefrane.
The ftuw r'nwoir- oewipapcr aajs that
" ""ca va mv uiKViiuunn oi 100
rommlttee on ler Dufaare a motion on Thursday,
!lJ'!,"?!e.",l?hJer" nd hla supnortera on
nig iit win wimunw irom ine Asseinoiy i
, .. , "! -tV.'V.V.'..,"."",',
twv;iiiiui.uis.mi,r
ma rirvnun un iniimiir 01 ine committee Oi
Ut h0 UeiHOCd It,
TOMM UKCO RATED
The tomlM of oen Cavalgnao an I M Haulln,
In Mnnimart ra ivni,t.n . .iu hhi.i ...,..' .
ilnv In lh rii,n. .if 1L1A uniu, Tha il.ninn
strati n was quietly con lurteil There waa no
Interference on the i art of the polke
IJUI'IT Hit IT UN.
The Prrj an, I
rrnidrnl flrnnt'a lleinr.
liONDOV Dec 3
bstrarts of I rest lent Grants
The Tim sara It will l real with Interest
allhouirh notarvrelv devote 1 to domestio affair
It H full of tonrt lent auth rltv an I itlacl lltr. an 1
In th nlntmont ut auiipr.il an, , aa .liar, nihlii
Sirn t r "" '
The ! Wir-hones thst lien Urania ait.n
- wi,. k.'m.i. ;-. .J.-;i i.w".fc'-
tlon will hereafter be more onupled with the
rei rni oi ine civil service tnan with
refjrniof the civil service than wi
ition of San Domlniro
. the acqul
ine 7WM, aim ling to mat part oi rrenldent
Cl" llna " '
I th fan I tiati
a. doubts if the abolition nf aisrerv wnul I '
wnitnimuoi ine reoeuion in
I tho feui between the Cubaa-i an I the Span I
fltUND Till Kit OF TVRIIT
It u romnrel that Namrk I-asba. who was
liilW,wmpwlu l .ppowtea Or.nlinrr
.
NEW K ALAND.
Irge Fire at arkland.
i rtn.uuiiin, Aim nu. trv, a-vi. JUiliias,ra
' tlon in Aucklan I. New Zealan I has dcstroycil
nun iii nmnwi i, ncn .caimi i unn uvnirujcil l
Mill lings anl other property to tho value of
tanxpn
NPWOHK.
The Tweed t r.
"" ivi,mv, m inccqum nnainicii
In the court of oyer an I terminer this morning
h,n hla mnnial peail a Inni, am lavli tn ahn.
Naw oitt, Dec The Tweed case was tailed ,
tub thiai or Kiitu .
-h-mimlr nf n Vll wilt fnnimam t.k.n.nr.
-"""' "'-"-"" " . ...va.H -
rnw tnnrnlnir an I that nf lannll fnr lh iniir-
of Donobue will liegln Friday .
ABCUXUtorilATORUAlJ.
The IVf states an I claims upon good authority I
mil "ie ineu is ui jnayur iisn, au i some jte-
publicans viho dl I not enter heartily Into the
Ute campaign for the refmn of the city govern .
ment and the eloctlonof Mayor Havemeyer, have '
aoout penected a pian nv wnicn tney noje to
neutralize the triumph of the reformers. The ,
Ptan ' toT th preaent objecllonat le city officers
a n"ia,u. " mivniwu j. .. ,n . .a., ms 1
Trnclei wlth Hepulllcans unconnected with
late ring wnoinsy hbtb iimurm-o at Aiosny
to prevent hostile legislation so that the officer
nut lu Iwtnii I lh Mtntml nt UltAr lltimnftar
i"" . ----- -- j -- - -
1he 'savBthe Mheinealso contemplates tho
answer arhargoof having Jointly with Charles
II rtun cashier, defrauded the l ank l y means
of false entries, of about lioo.ooo HorUm, It 1
have wen ijnorant oi iiupecuiationa
UK. OHP EI STS SIltTBK IHT IU.
in iuu., v .hi wviui vkiuiui.
alater of llorau Ureelej, i. l,ln8 du.erou.l, 11!
at her reil lence In thla otj
H. HH X A.. IIma B.Im Inlin V IA. n.-ht
"ii'l"?:.?:.
NawlOH,.0 t-Tbe Nat nnal llemocratlo
Coiiutehateb,.ni?Uhehllomnir'
HE.M0A.it.. N.i iD.i.oc.l.ourrrjt
.. n .1. ...i...f .!.J ..1 i- '
. ,V ,c:iiiin;iaiiu .anitiai i.uiiicuiivii ill , iu
Ju,5 18Ta wUh w unaulmity unprecedented In
.,. i, ...... .. .nt...'.. i..i. -.i
.1.1. for'Jh. S To TS lenlof V." United ,
titatee Horace Ureeler. of Nrw orl. elx titatea
raat their electoral lotea t ir till I al the late eleo.
n, and million, of luen In lhe other hutea,
.. . .. ..i ... ... . ...i.m..i ..... ...n' i
l.vioi. o. ,.,. o., f i.n ''";'"
1 l'.' "f.".. ""'"' " ' "! " '"" "-'
vicuiui! tickca.
But Horace Oreeleyl, dc,I The splen lor of
the nolltlcal victory aeliicv I bv
uvn uuuiuibucu 117 inn ouriun wuicu una uu 1
...i.-l.. r. .... .!;. ... ,
nisopponepisiB
JnTiSr,, SAa SiAi .'oi thabtKSl
. . v. ...--... -" ....... u-.,-. -- ?IJ"
hi manhood began with which he did not af
fectlonately sympathize, and to which be failed
to give faithful and powerful al L Every day of
his life abounded with acts of ktndneas, of charity,
of forgiveness and of I ve i
Nothls stricken fanlly alone, but a stricken '
i .... a.-. . a. ...i . ....- ..
neonie sorrow for a I u whollv luscrntable and
almost anparalclled
The National Dem urittlo cmimlttee, In behalf
of the great party who achieved honor I y their
faithful effort to clei t tilm to the llrstoflloe In
the Government, will tiu all li their power to
honor his name an I memory
(siguwi) miiistu bchku,
JAllnmn llaam H.tl Va tla.f. al f aimmltta. I
Cbalruian Dem ratio Nation j1 Committee,
-m . I
noitttr t.iti:iiL.
TbelteiunlnLlng lu Htnle Tbansnuile of
Persona i, lew Them-Tho Irrangcment
for the J uiierKl To-day.
New 0RK,Dec s If the n either should be
pleasant to-morrow, tho fiiueralo! the Ute Hor
a c urceiey win oe toe largest ever attenueii in
lilt cuj. cavcii. inni i r i icniucut miicoiu
lhe wish I universally expnasel throughout
the city an I vicinity that I real lent Urant will bo
able to attend
Dr Chaj In a thimh la irelng heavily drape I
nA thah.il.lt felrli .11 mr. hj.f tlrtmrmwm H 1,1. th
uvvi vita ''l aa btibji, an anil u. uvnciat w l.u aiiaj.
worls,'i know that my Kedeeuier Hveth " The '
wot in, - i aiiuw in, tit j iniui-i-uicr iitchi i
Dew of the deceaie I U covered with black wi
a harp with a broken string The body of the
chun ti will t e occui le 1 solely by the Immediate
frlen Ib ot Mr Urcilcy and thu Tribum BtatT and
em i loyees
AtlreaseB will be dellverel ly Rev Dr
BeeiheranlChaplu anl Mlas KelUggwlll alog
I Know that My Bedeemer Uveth The ad
inuaion to too cnurcn win uo ty ticxeu
lh i-ltlfitna nf llmiaklan will nro.it a IMIWI
HiIrwr.LYi-iwn.n,l0.o.m.le'lulfS,,ett.pK. . . ..
All the municipal corporation lu this vlclnltv
M1HIXK DI8ASTERK.
- aaatAil arlthnut luHIDxalainl
.i ami sai imio nan lOHisv. uv tomuiissioner uauorne. to
"iKill'Vrim Vmlu'te Vice Pre.llenl w" ihlJ1 luimodfalely leveled anl do
.VWSti 'Mllooal unity m,d good 1U
Chief Justke Chaae, marie Humner, William among fell iw-clllzcns may Iw nnnuotwl
Cullen Bryant, (leneral Banks, IburlowWeel,
uvuih iwiuii ami iuu j i ivuih avitAca
KKUAIhS MINU IN STATI.
New oux, De noon The city Hall park
liasltccn Jammed witli ihousanU of people en
diavorlug to oltaln a last I ok at the remain
of Horace (..riclty as they lay In elate In the
Governors room In the lty hall lhe whole
apace of the park Is literally Jammed, and al
though the crowd Dies I y the corflu at nearly a
hundred a minute, there is no apparent diminu
tion, tha maa extending from Broadway and
Chatham row The tlagi on all the bmillngh
inomugnout tne n v uu i on ail tne ami ping in
the harbor are at ulf mast aul great crowds
from every rail, i t an anl steamboat ad I
to the crush to w tho remains of the great
At a meetlhsof tho rural
club, composed of
tleoituriau of thla
leadlmr airiicaliuiUuand north. til turiau
city, of vihlch Mr Oreeley waa president, resolu
tions offered by Hon. Calvin T Hubbard, on the
lot of their former member an 1 resident were
adupteel, and the ctab voted to attend the funeral
in a ooo
lh p llr armngeraenu for the funtral to-1
in rrow have been rompietei, and will be of a
vert impotlug character Buuerlaten lent Kelso
will act as grand raarahal Number of people
continually In line to-day waiting to view (be re-
atlouavU?uUimtQWU9wwi. THSRtW
of epl fiM been cnntlnnoua alnce t oVlotk thla
mornlnir Many affecting arenea took place
(luring me uar before the body of the dlatln
fful'heddeal Mwlonit, Dec S A Urge nnmber of floral
tributes to the memory of Mr Ureeley hare been
ent both to Dr fhapin church and to the Gov
ernor's room from virion praon Many of
theui are very beautiful an I elaborate
KricoKTmonrnniDEifTORAirr
A rfglment of cavalry will do escort duty to
Prt-aldent Urant to-morrow There will be no
tnmlo la the funeral i roceanl m
MiWOUIUANH.
Derlalon In Itesnrd ! Iho ItrlMrnlnaj lUard.
NlW OHtKAtOL IM tTTia Elffhth ttlatrirt
Court to-dar, In the cane of tha Uiatom house
uciuming ifoaravi jiatrn, uaMnte ani wnar
tun, of the (Jove mora ret armor ioardt hel t that
the act of isTS having repealed the act of is u,
which created the returning board, there was no
returning hoard In existence, nor tuull be until
appolnte 1 by the proper authorities, an 1 heme
this at.lt was iroughtlnthe Intercatof parties
uaiiiiH uu ickbi riairiiw
In the rase of Herron vs Wharton, the court
referred to the decision of the Huprcme Court In
the Horee-Uerron ewe, an 1 hel 1 that as Ilerroa
never hail been Kecrciary of Hule he coal 1 have
no standing In the suit at I ar When these de
cisions were rendered Mr Mott, the defenlanfa
counsel, ma lea motion that the Injunctions In
toth caaea be dissolved, and that both aulu be
dlnilaedton thegrounl that no ler the act of
is 9 repealing the act of is o, (the election law)
. rtfj , (minimi inniu, an iiw VUIIW
fluently the parties to the suits were legally dead
that 111 tha suit of lltmin n. Wharton tha H.
preme Court had deel led not only that Ilerroa
never was Herretary of Htate, but that Horee was
entitled to that ortwe, and therefore that Herron
as claimant for the position, hal no stanltng
The injunctions were dissolved ant the suits
' .llinlunl Th. il.. I. T,l..n ln Vi ... . i.
; ijinti.. ,,,-. frtSif " w.ir.
. llfT I tlKBtB fkll.lt hA .f .ha a.hIA .?!
iii. T . Ilur,1,,l i"""" "nn j uc(jiiu
I.. , - u 1'i.iiiiw .ua i'i inn iciuiuiuii uuini,
con-lstlng of Herron, Lynch, Longatreet and
Hawkins. Longntreet and Hawkins wcra made
members hv Herron vote
Iu refanl to the returning buan, Mr Hillings,
tho plaiiitlffa counsel. In argument to-day before
Ju life llunell. in tha Kallinrir l srtnnlh rim
Bald that Iu Ciiae of an atmlltluit nf th i anvaaa.
Ingiwanl It woul I devolve upon the Htate Henate
to aniHint a new boanl. tint there mil I not I
Henate until the re tu ruing board had Urat can
vaued the liallou Last for utnlllatcs for the
Henate lleno he rlalmeil that the theory ad
van ed ly the defenlanU that the returning
hoard ha I been aliollshed was untenable
The u ii rt a Uuurned till to-morrow
Hon J If Krnnard has been appointed by the
Omernorto su(reeil Judge Ilovte (resigned) on
the Hupreme bench
k anA h.kA ..,. .-. f. . .. . .
i lie secretary i me jo acy iiuti rontraiirts
.7;,7 ..raMh.V'.V:, ?ll ". lm'
ninsrine
w"i,7T.i.V " "" '"l"J
resume I
"'
HTITP I I (JISLATI Hl.H
Judge Mrrrlmon I Ircled Men a tar,
ititatnu V tiiu a Th, t nn,ia ..-
t mt-i u.... u . . . ......... ,lr, .i.",.
iiou of Ju lira Mrrrtnmn. who rw eive.1 kt vmea
aKaiunt eo ior vance The entire republican
tote as cast for Menimon.
aiKATOR BriMKR KR ELECTID
MOvruOMBKr, Ala, Dec a At noon to-lay
the body at the United mates court room voted
for George E. Hpencer for I nlted States Senator
unanimously In both branches. There were
election, an I one
with a certlOcate Issued on the supplemental re
turns from Barbour connty Mthout the four
Senators not holding certlfliales the aanate would
have lacke 1 two of a quorum
i m uxiii niuo urm unco uchijmoi wuii
" certlfltates of election and three others with
rertluLatea on supplemental returns, 1880641 nn
scquentlr to the cert ideates flrst given to the
iplKMlngcandllates Without the three mem
bera not hoi Ung cert lltca tea there was no quorum
In the House
. - .-.-... .,. w.o
temporary absenie on aocoutit of "kkneis of
three Others, there wer nnl lift ttiamKara In
owing tome death oi Mr tthitneii anl the
lommiBMiiinera sitivmi tn-iiav rn m
mi.i&. .n i -r--i,A-t-- ..i .t- 1...1.V..1A.. -.1
...q b.u. ii-iiiuiiii a,,, auq ai,u,,Bb'iiv aiv
thai ih.u ani 1 a 1.11 ait.. i,na - ah .
ng of the session The executive committee
anl the cnmiiiltlno on t Una anil architecture
held meetings this evening It is pronai le that
me Beasinn Will last ail week
rki-okt or tui dibfctor or mi miht
The report of the director of the Mint hasiust
been mate put lie, showing operatl ins in this
city as follows i Hold detwaited, Sl,Sia,TTS.7f)
go! I coine I Ii ufitiw, tine gol II an IM.lSS.ll.
Bllver deposits I an 1 purcbaed,f?,00),6)3.M, silver
vwtucit, ti l rn.9n.tni. Bin cl iHtia, !, .. Illiaui
copper and bronse coinage, IS3 090- tiUl de-
ioaiu 01 goi 1 an l Sliver, l Bl 8I W total coin
age, fl SM.NHM. total number ot ilecoa, 10-
J..1 VlT "
.,.a
RKwaan rim
Allerman Ilurk was tvlav nal 1 the ti.ooo re
ward offered ly the MoyamensTng HoseAsocta
tlon fr the ai jrehenslou of Hugh Marra the
woul l-be assassin of Alderman McMallln
Till! 1 LhCTOH.lI, OI Ll.tJi:.
ifmlnw of Rlftaia nt Alh.n aiiiiisry aii aim, rcpuneu a unto autnonze the "-""- "-j" - Ataut, wbs aaso
ilrrtlng or Glecten nt Albany. , Limairnctlon of ten or mnr ata.m .. i i.t.l with film tn th .loni.t a i
, h.mDtr (.,, u w ifonl ii cho.eu ,
'. """. "5 " ' "rue.v.nvenuonnMii.ir.
ere 1 un ler a rloii I of anrn
$ for theVHalt". ?
., ',. ,., .... ' ...
a
I '
." towwinuing. lie lialtent in
ahailoirol thla Mrfowwlll male thla mlherln
memorable forever anl with thla ahado o7
., it la to be honed that the one irnon whom
,, rhoke , , to.morrow will aoeonluct
the affair. of hftomre utn I e 1 re.ld.nt of .11
r" z ; - :. :. j . .--
the people an 1 for all the people
lhe electors then alloumed until Os.ni to-
'T'ow
11WMU .. "r1!?. JHTViii.. .,. .,
,.Ila,TO" 'if- -TM rrealdentlal electora of
JJ.chu.e(u orRanlie.1 uwlar bf chomlnii l,
HoLkwood Hoar iu DrealdcoL In tha Louni. ot
1.1. i ir... h. ..1.1 'ii.u...iu.i,iiii
t5; ,o. of Mrir .!.. inuSVa.
7, ,,i, i, iii VmiS; f ll. IlS.1 iibl h.
mains of the competitor of uen Orant would be
?l rSrtktai Ison'Th". .iStTrffiK'
man MnUlIou
,
imiiun wau in ouiuiim.
m.i. .., .. ,
llonar Uarwefrd In Ilalilaiere.
Baltimokx, Dec Sixteen out of a row of
twenty new houses on Htiicker street were on
roofed I r a terrlflo sale of wind last nlshl The
houeB had Just been complete 1, and ouly three
w.m .u i unlo.1 Tha Inaa 1. aatimaful at S1A lain
were occupied The loss la eitlniated at 110,000
I
( raahrd to Death,
Pkotidknck, Dec t Henry Hmlth an 1 George
'Drew, who were engaged together ihonlng
, wood In Johnsum yiaterday. were found deal
having apparently wen crushed by a large rock
un ler wnun tney nan nuut a ore, and wnicn
a.a.1 b...l tnll aua nn lh.ni
)! 1VI1 IUU IIU VI Cl WU H1VUI
lilt. HinNIltH Ia.HT JIIIL.
Additional vrrilom fuggeated
Tho following additional auctloni to Mr
Sumner bill are u,(gestcd by n correspon-
.
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To the Houomblu Charlei Bumoen It 1
auggestuu lutujuu uiicr tun iuiiuntiiiuuuu
augtnivu iuu j uu unti ui luuun m, rnuuuu
nicut to your "bill to regulate the Army
Iicgtater and the rtglmental tolors of the
I uTtcd Stale, , z
See J In order to promoto fruterual Kel
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Inge between tho two sections lately at or 1
ante, all resolutlou of thank to officer or
soldier for gall tnt conduct In tho Utowaj
shall bo exi uuHc 1 from tho JouruaU of Cou
grcss
Sec 3 AllmcUtsawardod for distinguished
sen Ice on tho Held of battle shall bo ricalkd
and dcatroyed, that the sight of thein may ti t
otTcud the t)o of our brethren of tho luto Con
fiiinnila trim
aerrn.
tllH a. AVl.dv llArt a lan.iHj f M.BI1 1Kb
I Bcc All fort larllmorks or other forll
n. .t,.... i...nt i n... ni.a. ,!.. a, .. ... !.,.
sec a u muaicr-ruus wi too iwo iiiiukuis
of men who fought our mlayulded brethren of
the South and all record of tho wounded
tho nialuicl and tho diulnho shed their
blood iu defemu of the War and ftrlpt
shall I destrojed that the aforcal 1 unity
And good vti may be i romuted
bee t). lbeiulou list la hereby abollabed
tnd the various Soldier Homos through
out the country shall be told and the l ro
ceeds applied to the encouragement of unity
and good will
Sec 7 Iho three hundrol thousand irrarcs
of those who died that their country might
ll.LshttU bo ulowed ud. aud the headboard
ilndtrnvail In rtrvta tlmt nrttlilnif mnv rr-mnlii
to . rfi,.nt tha desired nnltv anl eood will
WJ "? .h. ! zHtalt L , i?.! i
will which are not removed by the aboo bUl
are the vacant firesides, the brokeu heart
tuo iuvcTijmcacii viiuuns auu vrpuaus,
tue uisaoicu aomicr uoi uunz on crntcnos, or
with an empty tleere, though the Utttr
might be ' emigrated out the country
It 1 to to hoped that you will not rct until
all these obetaelee lo ' 'unity and good-will '
lUiuiilitmoiia. Iua,
CONGRESS.
YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINQS.
NaNewiUn afthe Hen ate -The fill! ferine
Increa-eafthe Navy In the lUaseMr.
Ilerk rxensed from Nervier the la
vratlgallng Com ml lire llr. Irnirk
Appointed In III Htrad Ucoaerar In
Printing Mejrcrated-llllU I at rW need.
HPN TI.
WaaHlwiirtiM. ttart. S.
Defore the rca ling of the Journal was con-
abided, Mr Cameron movel to dispense with Its
farther reading, ant.no objection being made.
the further rca llnrjwai dispense 1 with
Mr Cameron then moved that the Henate do
now adjourn
Mf Fenton asked Mr Cameron to give war for
a moment aa he wished to make a motion to ad
Journ over until Thursday
Mr Cameron refused to give way, an 1 Insisted
on his motion to a Hourn
The question was agree! to, ant the Senate
then adjourned
IKIt ML' OF IIUPULMrNTiTIYKis,
Mr Randall, of Paw presented the credentials
of Mr noreman, member elect from the mate of
Louisiana, who came forward and was sworn In,
A lumber of hills an 1 resolution were Intro.
dnel tm leave, an 1 referred to appropriate twin- ,
mittees. Among thm were the following I
By Mr Kellogg of Conn t Dili for the relief nf
James i. cook, committee on Cornmen.
Also, a bill to repeal stamp duties va thetks
an Islirht drafts
Br Mr Itanlall.of 1 si Kesolutlon calling on
the rtecrtury of the Treasury for Information as
hi what law the Inircaae I Issue of currency was
made in Cktiiier lest by the Treasury Depart
mout, and whfther the legal tender notea Issued
weroof thise which had been heretofore retired
or printed for the purpose and If of the notes
I revloualy retired what amount of such notes
were now on han I am ancele I. an 1 what amount
had been canceled, and all Information he may
possess as to the manner in which the Issue waa
made, an 1 by whoau order or rri icst It was
done
Mr Brooks, of N Y sal 1 there were other cir
cumstances connectetl with the Issue that ought
to be looked Into w hkh won) I not be reached by
the resolution
Mr uarriell of Ohio, eaid the resolution spoko
of an Issue In October larn. There might have
! Other I Mil ra lln hail annmiaa I II an ..
Thing 1 ut had heard It stated that there ha I been
iiuuariaaui;, inuuKU not BO large dUDOg IHO
Dastvear He woul 1 Ilka tn know wheth.- th.
Hecreury hbl been in the habit of making issues
tioiu iima to uiuc us wout 1 II KQ to aee the
cfoiuiiuii au uruttu as w cover an
Mr itan lall declined to admit an amen Intent
this kin I saying he wished to keep the resolu
oninaformtoelii.itaBpei.itioreiiy
Tit a. .aulullA. w,a,.H .a.Ka..a
The resolution was then a looted
1IT Mr U Mrera of 1 a., Bill r7r-.l the .unto '
doit on wak he. To Committee of Waja .ill I
in iiMjuinivn r aiixn
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Z&rsx,.Tlx!U'& I
Ju tilary
,ln'n,J!l'lei."o'i!, Jmoell in 1',."" T I
Mr Beck of Kv- asked the Unmet niiM
him from serving on the spatial committee ap
pelated to Investigate the statement regarding
lhe,act.eptance of bribes by certain members o?
thellouse During the recent canvass he haL
he sal I ma le aasertlona of his belief of the Inno
cence of ertaln gentlemen, that seemed to him
to rcn ler him not a proper person to be a mem
beriof the committee
Mr lies k was excuse I, an 1 Mr Cot, of N. ,,
temporarily occupying the chair for the purpose,
sutakoquently appointed Mr Merrick, of MJ , la
his Btra I
By Mr Lynch, of Maine Bill allowing a draw
MR on ahlol uildimr material and ahiikaLnroa Tn
Committee of at an I Means
eonitructiouof aiiridgeovei ihsTM. Uwwnce
river Committee on Commerce
By Mr Dunnell, of Minn t Bill to ex ten I the
time fnr the construction of the V, Inona an 1
raiirosM Committee on Public Lands
Iw Mr FlQkelnbunr OfMai Keanlutlnn illlns
ityair nerier,oi i : urn to authorize the
inr Mr i pihu, nr v v inn i. . .i.-i.. i.
OpAtheHKretaryoi War forlnfonnatton i5
aAiAfMtVat the Mtaalwupbi river. A lopied
My Mr Iorter, of a t Bui to amend sections '
iw on iui OfflcW TTt lTSu-t v"m""-1
Bv Mr Townsen L of I S t Hill o-rantln nn.
slou to Hcbocca Taylor. Committee on Invalid
I ens Ion a
By Mr Wood of N ii
Kesolutlon calling
noon the Secretary of S ar for a copy of the re-
lauiui naiinimi a ijuiaui ti corral
nn of Assistant Aljiiunt (leneral Vincent on
tne conuiuon oi
in conuiuou oi tne rrceiimens iiurean
A icpimi.
By Mr Hal leman. of Pa.: Dill to Increase the
production of timber Committee on Agricul
ture, uyMr worm urn to amend tne art in relation
pensioners of the war of isil. Tn commit, i
teen Revolutionary Pensions anl the War of
By Mr rerce.of Mlas i Dill to regulate tho pay
meu?. lemar n'P,0JreJ- ' lh OovenJuent,
on which he asked present action
Ol Jectlon was made, and
Mr 1 erce demanded the regular order of I aal ,
DTWelIkerproceeile,lwith the call of com
mittees for reports.
ti a invMAiat or tub HATT
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,1 una that not lea. than Ore of IS. um ...EliT
,hll - oonatxuue.1 In tirtvat. lard. b. the 1
lnltelMAte,underoomri.t
t. ll.nrf.ll ... 1 . ..ii .... ... !.. .
expendltnre contemplated the bllwuverV
loosely drawn Tha amendment nronoseii hv
loosely drawn Tha amendment proposed by
Mr Hale, he thought, Improved the bill Expe
rience had shown that belter work waa done la
private jarim mm wu none in tne navy yards,
an I be believed that tn time competition wouhl
give us vessels that woul I sail and vessels tt at
would compete with those ot other nations. He
believed that Instead of these vessels costing as
stated but nve railllona the cost would be ten
millions, aud he wanted to see more protection
to the (lovemineui secured before the bill be
came a law
Mr HcoUeld Ball that experience had shown
that these so-called safeguards had proved any
thing but safeguard fcvery lawyer knew that
the more there wu put In a contract the weaker
It made It. Much had to be Intimated to the Sec
retary of the Nav, from the nature of the work
Mr Hale aaid he believed hi amendment
woul I help the bill to pass It was evl lent to
anyone wno hal examined the subject that If
something was not done In a little while onr
ibtj wuui i ne, aa uio i rrai lent na I sal I in ni
message, among tha weakest powers on the
e mm Bpeui
vecsels. If five
cen adooted. an I
repairing old ve-
a u tautv ui our navy, ue aaiu, appeared to oe
In the construction, and if our ships hereafter
were bntlt In private yards we shoull have bet
ter vessel for less money The safeguards
spoken of ooult. If fount necessary, be pat la
the I ill, making the necessary appropriation,
but this proposition should be put In this fun la
mental l 111, which he believed would I e the
. i. a 'a.." ."'" .. . .
louii ib nun ui a goon, isir. reepeciartie navy
an aiviici, ut in i , aai i vitai. au isr as tue per
tiiWnf ournsvrwsa conmrnad iha.,.nnm
ha 1 reason to be proud e had brave, honor
aileanl experienced omeer, but with Its ves-
t in mo t-omiiry anuum do aanamed oi itself
t uu una or two cacti nous our
TE8HEL3 WtRI WORTUtX.
Ho was opposed to the amen Intent i roposod by
Mr Hale, savin ir ouruavv vanbtwrrM In anien
dll condition for lull ling vessels, with but one
excel tlon
mat bluer for ben Ung iron rails would tie re
quired If tho vessels were Dalit the work shoald
be done under the supervision of the officers of
tho navy Experience,, he claimed, had shown
the vessels built In private yards to be worth
less, and the matter of conitructloo shoull lie
ini iu ine uiBcmiou oi me rxreiaryoi ine
Naw or a provision Inserted rtnulrlmr it to bo
done In the navy yards
sir liau, oi ., eai i ine auujeti was. an liu
portant one. an I should receive a careful oonsl I
eratlun lhe I real lent had aaid that unless
something waa done we shoull tie the weakest
power on ine ocean v e v. ere now the weakest
power He opiHwed the amen Iment propose I by
Mr Hale and defended the work done by our
navy yards in former years He urge I that the
subject be postponed to a future fixed time, that
an opportunity might I e afforded for a mure care
ful consideration of It
Mr itaniailfOf Fa., offered an amen Iment to
Mr Hales amen Iment, that Ball .easels, to be
(onatruttedin private yard, shall be advertise I
fur by reposals, an 1 the award ahall be made to
the lowest bl I ler who offers ample security
jut cuciitkoaiHcr. oi uuiu cbiiiki aiicnuun uj
the fact that the l ill did not limit the character
or bus of the vessels, except to aay that they
ahoul I carry ten gun, aul he wauled the I ill
corrected In that particular He wanted the vea-
ncia iu ou oi aucu riasa ma. tney WOUI I le em
l hatlcally the guardlana of ourcommene
Mr I ox, of Ju Heated an amendment to
make lhe uuniir if vessels to beeonslruetel
rive liibteal of ten, and to make an appropriation
accordingly One i f his reason was that be
ililuot think "te h.ad live-oak timber enough on
haudtooonatruct all these veasels It me ves
sel were to be of iron he wanted to know first
whether we had the advantage in the navy yard
for aucb construction If ws have regard to
these matters we will have a nivy worthy of the
country
Mr Banks, of Mass , aal 1 we could not afford to
wait, lecause what we needed now via ve
a 1 cl
STltXNom AKD IWIlTHESd
to proln tour commerce, aul wee mllnotalToM
to wait untd we eoul I gww live-oak or b ul I uy
h, fiomed alo taavlni wit to ihedia-
crcUon of the Navy Dapartment wheth r the vc
aeia iuuhui uu uuiu ui wuminr iron
Mr Scofield of la sal I he l elieved the Navy
Department waa prepxre.1 to construct ironves-
eels, both at the navy yard at lirooklyn an 1 also
at the yard at Washington A the work could
ne none in these yards he would oppose toe
Iamenamrnt or toe gentleman nom wain
Hr, Kerr, ol lad., thought iu tuitbcr coiut 1
e ration of the I Ul Bhoutd be postposed nntll a
future day, as It Involved many considerations of
Importance He was not prepared to vote now,
and the House should not hastily adopt any plan
for constructing naval vessels He did not think
there was any necessity for Immediate action on
the matter
Mr Oarflell, of Ohio, offered aa amen latent
that no contract shall be entered Into nntll after
estimates shall have been presented and an ap
propriation made for the work
Pen ling further consideration the morning
hour expired, and the bill went over until to
morrow Tb Chair talil liafnaa lha tlnnaa a I-mm mm...
ber of Executive documents, which were appru-
nrtatal lan.l ' r
mKnw tit FkrwTfwfi
Pen llniT the Runal leratlnn (if fnntlnn tn nrinl
a j ' IHUVM, VI P I Wl-
Scvki, urn moveii iu reierente w a committee,
fat to ascertain If it waa neneaaar tVi print it
Mr lUnlall, of pa hope-1 that course woul 1
not be iMiriued, Sox members hal the right to all
ma in i urination wnuunwi in ine io omenta
He thought thla was penny wise and pounl
fox IUU
Mr ftmoka took a tlllTrni ri f ik n.n..
The printing bills now amountetl to over what
TfmM u aini in in iuu juit an irr consiaeratlon
an 1 he thought It was time an attempt should be
made toston thlarraat atiutnrlttnpa
Mr Itandall would go aa far as any one to eom-
riivimac, nu na iiiuuiDt imi wu commencing
be wrong way If the printing bills were to I
cat down, a commencement ahoul I be made with
the Agricultural and Patent Office reports, and
not with document of value to members of the
House
The House ordered the nrint.n tn l Ann
Mr. Rwann presented the memorial of James
L, MePhall and others, of Baltimore, praying the
'fcrredjto
wmraiiw on claims.
On motion of Mr Hawver. of Win., th !.
taryof War was directed to furnish the House
with any Information with regard tn th u iarm.
am riTer improvement, not neretorore reported
The House then, at I p m adjourneil
Till. INAUIiUILATION.
V timtlutf as held last otht, as ah jwu by
Iho rciort iirlnlod In our local column, of
tcontlctnen who, irprtMunUng certain of the
Slates In this city, L e Uodin cterkslitpe In
tho ncTcral Departments, and accredited to
tho States Iu wlili U they claim rcaldcnco, at
whleli a "trie of resolution were adopted,
which, lo our mind, wire entirely uncalled
for and unnecessary, inasmuch as lUcy en
Unly auduumUt&kaUy misrepresent tha feci
iui; which i romptexl tho Governor of tho Die
Diet of Columbia lu the action ho ha takcu
to regard to tho second liiauiju ration of Pros
Uent Grant, and tho feclln0' whlih wo uro
eoufldcut actuate the commlttoo appointed
by Um to manage tho aCtalr e fall to sto
that the ircnllimcn who met last nl-bt havo
any reason lo crj out la the manuLf thej did
Tho community hereabouts are acquainted
with tho cauacltv of nearlvVt i, a.
T . CPKUJ OI nearly an who as yet
lnartlk,tpaaraiilA,i lnt.H.1 !. Ik. 1.. ..!.
hn Itotravfid III tntitmal In that lnai...uil..
nAu,.,.., ,, f7 . " "
wc" "'l "lUi llio rwcedlnj. lhu far aa
" 1Ir onw.icr or 3lr urccu uail them In
r" :' - "-- p'ie. k I "Ll;
notoriety by declaiming suck utttr nonsense
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understand that they are not outr mlstaknn.
but utter what all right-minded men know to
oo laiso
Ills evident that these gentlcnicu totally
uiaunuvrsuuKi too OOjCCt OI 1U0 ptO lo Of the
District and the spirit which ikmscsbcs thim
They hat o not began tho arrangements for
inauguration uay lor tlio anko of solf-glorin
cation and iiewipa(cr notoriety They desire
tho second Induction of President flraut to
ofllco to bo the occasion of a grand gathering
oi uio pcopio oi t ne country at the nation
i cl,lul al which they, a tho hosts, will do
their beat to treat everybody hospitably Ther
proixxc to do this nronerlv and In nle ..!
proposo to uo mi properly and in order, and
i tacy propose to do It In their own manner In
Ll..ln, thla th.. .. , I i. -it.
- -
T " u 71 mt V i. X l .
n"i UbI " " "Utrlct to amlst them. And
tbey will recelro their help, even If ctcrrbodv
not ' u" ' "" """ ' '" comuiltto.
ThO SUb-COmmltte cbanrcd wltli liremrlnrr a
plan of operations will soon report, and
then, perhape, theso would-bo asslsUnU will
bo called upon to do their part
DEATH OF A WFLUKNOHN JOLU
NAI IHT.
It becomes our painful duty to announce
the death of an esteemed citizen, Mr John R
Brlirirs. stationer of tha Ifnnan nf nnnHMai..
lhw Mr Drlgg, WM m In Montague,
"" And was a member of the saino family
as Governor Brlggs At the ago of fourteen
u ., . . Vl "" Wi "urcn
no WM apprenticed to tho printing trade, and
from fl years of service in that line gradu
"" " Uli ot '" lo the editorship
of tho North Adams Transcript Hon Henry
u Dawe. at Dresent chairman of th if......
utwn the Troy H nto. and hi. aer.l .... .
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'..';,. . m..ki
Dl.Cfid In full rll.nri.. -.rnln II.. n.llln.l.l. .4
manaLred the ,Wdl.hn.n. in .11 fa. t J
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incuts, though tho proprietor assumed the
tltto of editor From Troy he moved to
lsconeln, wbero be founded the Belott Jour
m! la 1843 he wu elected to the Wisconsin
Legislature aud served with distinction In
that body
Ho was afterwards associated with ex
Senator J II Howell, a editor of tho Gate
dry, at Keokuk, Iowa. In 1800 he wu ap
pointed from Keokuk to tho position of eta
lloner of the House of Representatives here,
and has since then filled that place with
marked efficiency
Mr Briggtwa what wo call a well read
man III reeearche In literature were Inces
sant and profound He grasped the most
difficult problems of sclcnco with a steady
hold and could discuss them with the skill of
a sat ant HI memory was great, and reached
to the most tedious detail surrounding every
epoch of history But a pulmonary bronchial
affection seized him, and for- the jot fifteen
year he ha existed without the physical
strength to wield bis intellectual talent or to
grace the profession of Journalism by the
diffusion of hi practical idea and knowledge
through the colnnm of the press
Ul health ha been very poor for the post
ten Tears, and bis death would not have
created great surprlso at any tcrlod But he
did Dot irlte UD Until two WCCk ami. uhen
upon an occasion of great pain, and tho pro-
monition oi enure ocioieuness, ue yielded to
what he deemed the Inevitable approach of
death From that time ho commenced the
dellberato settlement of bis earthly affair
and at Ave o clock last evening he passed
from all earthlr pain, to claim the blissful Im
mortality bis Christian faith bad taught him
to expect.
He leave ft wife and two son to mourn
their loss HI wife Is Mr Fmliy Edson
Brlcrirs. so well and favorably known a
Olivia, of the Philadelphia J ret, and as a
graceful and able writer from Washington to
uiuvr ruiiiiiiuut uew apvra ui mo country
Tho trrrpadeRt' (Stanley Dinner
Mr Henry M Stanley ha accepted in very
flattering term thedlnner tendered hlra by the
correspondent at W ashlngton, an 1 a meeting of
the general committee and of the correspon lent
at large U tailed at Mr Knowlton office for
next Friday night to hear the report of the com
mlttoo of arrangements aul to complete the
uuimeas.
Ninb bodlos have been taken from tho ruins
of the Boston Arc, and nineteen persona art)
reported missing Flvoot the bodies have
been Identified To the nineteen reported
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ulnlJ " all twenty-four who have perlahcd
In tho Ore It U supptMcd that the nnmber
actually lost will greatly exceed till, aimany
thieve were seen to enter burning building
and not come out, an 1 their names will neer
uorcitortcu oouio wuo wire injurod at thu
Are have alnce died and It Is (rotable
that the total number of lives lord Is otcr
thlrt) The list missing Includes three fire
men one woman and two children
TllE modern love rnmanr maI ihna
The icnslble rich man of to-day addmecs
his Impecunlons but more favored rival In a
slrlctlv business-like tone, and offeri him a
pecuniary consideration to withdraw from
mo uvm impecnmotis lover not having the
fear of dime novelists before him, consent to
tho transaction Injured damaul, uo lunger
wn'uietb-diveri attraction gravitate to
I tL0 ani1 oI lLo diplomatic suit r
1 8c fall of snow lu H iff aln its lfm
Ket,l,a,-r,;i,nVi-I.,f r ,nfl.i,r-Lhb
J,"' lia.1 1 Vu .' ot roo! hft"iu-"n broken
v tho w tight of the enow reiiwlnlngontbfim
rruur iour insiancusoi toe ainuuateoc
1 mrreu una in aonio (uh tu(ti migusiiani
I u je hai f usntd
THE CITY AND DEPARTMENTS.
The MtnsM UimUh.
A delegation from ttahjs on the way to talk
icmwnai pontics wiiq the ITealdent and Con
greaa
Tfce lahlaet etcrtay
Only routine business was transiti! at a.
terdays Cabinet session, npon which all the
memoere were in attendance
A IMpUnaatlellelr.
The Peruvian Minister has received the con
gratulatlons of the entire Diplomatic Corps on the
birth of a son
Patents.
Among the patents Issued yestenlsy were two
to w ashlDgtonlanst Davli W Oant, for car
surter, and Alree Walbrt ige, for mo le of attach
ing buttons.to fabiice
DUllllew flrala and 1I.Im-.
For the month of ovemer M3,U3 gallons of
spirit were the dally production or the two
hundred and thlrtyix grain an I molasses dis
tilleries fir (.reelry'a Faarral.
The President, bis private secretary, the Pecre
tary of 'W ar and roatmaster (leneral, and Bena
tor Wilson are abawj to-day In attendance npon
.uiaLwuicaiejKiiuierBIB. TOW lOITt.
Derwrr's Jadgmeat
The L-lted flutes District Court at Jefferson
City, Mo , ha mulcted ex-Collector Oeo norner.
of the Internal revenue service, in tui onn for
money not pan over
Nenh ( arwllna Henatarshlr.
A telegram was received here res tenia v an
nounclna that Merrlmnn hail tanan i.tae-ta.1 nana.
tor front North Carolina, to succeed Pool, whoso
term expires on the hoi March next.
( hectavr (lei ma,
TheAasiiUntHollcltoroftheTreasuryhas In an
elaborate opinion Juit presentH to the Secretary
of the Treasury given his reason why the Gov
ernment shoull not pay the Choctaw ladlan
claim
The Uarrailva Maala.
Only a few Senator an I Representatives called
on the 111 lent yesterday, the two Houses
being hardly settlod Into winter quarter yet
Cot Kottt. M Douglas, one of the Executive
secretaries. Is back from North Carolina
The Mapreaie Caart.
The retirement of Mr Justice Nelson leave a
vacancy, for the filling or which General It. If
Brlstow.of Kentucky, the Ute Solicitor General,
I named with favor on all aides. It la under
stood that Ward Hunt, of New York, however,
will be appointed
ffrnatorlal Caaea.
A caucus of Republican Senators was held yes
terday morning In the general reception room of
the Senile A committee of Ave, with Senator
Fretlnghoyaen as chairman was appointed ti
report a revised list of Senate coramitteea to an
a IJoumed meeting of the raoens to liehellto
dav It Is the Intention to depose all liberal Ite-
tubllcan chairmen of committees, and also alt
Iberal Republican holding other position on
important committees will be displaced There
were no liberal Repul llcana preaent, the Invito-
tiona lielnr so irnnfed as tn iriw Inem tn tin.Ian.
sun t that they were not wanted
Aray and Navy Itaaeile.
CapUln Isaao Arnoit, ordnance corps, trans
ferred from the Alleghany arsenal, at Iltuburff.
to tne uenicu arsenal, caur irnia.
Lieutenant Eugene O Fechet, id artillery ,de
tacneti from mat regiment ant assigned to Big
nal duty at W aahlnzton
Paymaster James F Hamilton assigned to the
Mare lalanl navy yard California.
Ensign John IL Milton detached from the Naval
Academy an 1 ordered to the Richmond, for the
purpose of Joining the Worcester, for duty
Cadet MlUblpman W H. Plannagan, United
otait-a miu Acaarmy, aroppei irom ine roits.
The Worcester, screw steamer, fifteen guns,
natrahls. at lha kbMtta Atlaait a. u a lu.aa.
fit Ilouae CotnmllUhPi nn Narat Arfalpa tm
decided to press the passage of the hill for the
uiuiu m. nuii vi hjm ikiiu iuup-ui war
The aietla laveelbratlaa.
The upervUlng Inspector general In bU re
cent report recommen Is that the act of February
So, 1871, t so amen led a to authorize the Secre
Ury of the Treasury to appoint Investigating
hoard In auch manner as he may deem proper,
for the purpose of inaulrins Into all the circum.
sunces attending casualties to steam veasels,
said boards to have the power to revoke or bus-
penu tne licenses oi Bteamnoau omcera. The
necessity for auch an amen Iment liaumn l.
dent from the fact that tbe lioard appointed to
ii(VBiiKia tue jiiciib mauler was ueciareu ny
the Solicitor of tbe Treasury not to hare the
bower to revoke or susoeud the licenses nf th
officer fount to have been derelict In the dis
charge of their duty thus two Investigations
being necessary In one case Those officers are
now being tried by the local Iward at New Lon
don, tbe only board, a the solicitor deciles,
which has the power to Uke such action under
th existing law
Nargeaa .Jeaeral's Krpart.
The annual renort of the Sartreon OeneraL
which was transmitted vestenlar. shows that
during the fiscal year ending Jane bo, lull there
has been expended of the several appropria
tions, M3 078 81 The number of applications
approved during the year for artificial llmtsor
commuutlon waaas follow Legs, tn, feet, 11,
arms, 149, apparatus, 133.
Tbe monthly reports ot sick and wounded re
ceived during the year represent an annual aver
age mean strength of W,toi white and 9,4" col
ored troops. The sick report of the white troops
show nearly two entries on the sck report fur
each man The total number of deaths reported
was Ml, of which SU died of disease and M of
wounls eccl lent and Injuries, The proportion
of death from all causes to cases treated waa
1 death to 190 cases. The number of men dis
charged on surgeon's certificate of disability was
Me. of the colored troop hi died and It were
discharged on surgeon's certificate
The work performed In the record ami pension
division of the Department la aummed up aa fol
lows New applications for Information, 19 137, to
which may be added t 4 back cases on hand at
thobcgtnnlngof the year making 1H.481 to be
disposed of Of this number rcplfea have been
sent to t3.AM letters, leaving 13 8M unanswered
In the division of suririL! records 10-&i rsac
of wounds and Injuries and 404 histories of sur
gical operation were entered, making a grand
total of SM.4M histories at present on record
In the Army Medical Museum the surgical aec-
iiou na ukvu luiraarii ujiti specimens meui
uu .cviivii) at, uiiium.uiiu .rviivu. or tuiaiuiui-
cal section M, an 1 the section of comparative
ausuNuj, iuv-inasiux a iajmi ui i on specimens
During the vear IT ooo person visited the mo.
Beum, many of them In search of Information
which ooold not be obtained elsewhere
ai tneuateor toe last report tncre existed
ft r four vacancies In the medical department.
aa foLows Chief medical purveyor, one asalBtant
medical purveyor, three surgeons and forty-nine
assistant surgeons During the past year one
asslsunt me Ileal purveyor ha been appointed
chief medical Purveyor, one Bunreon. two as
slsunt surgeons an 1 one medical storekeeper
ubto uin,ni one aaaiBisat surgeon nas re
signed leaving at preaent flfty nine vacancies lu
tbe corps, via. 1 wo assistant medical purveyors,
four aargeons, fifty two assistant aurgeoua and
one medical storekeener
The number of military posts, July I, mis, was
in v uimuit an i ku.
Previous reports have called attention to the
targe nnmber of vacancies existing in the me 1
leal con, and the lalurr to It and the service re-
eulUng from the prohibition of appointment an 1
Tuuiuuuaa. it woui i require many years to nu
he vacancies now existing a tho number of
successful can 11 Ute rarely exieeda eight or tea
in uij uu icir inis is not tne greatest evu,
fur manv of the 1 cat of onr rnfiliriiiiiTi,-tnL tun
ing the advantage of the Urge experience of the
Ute war, disheartened by the faint prospect ot
advancement, are reaigulng, anl numbers of
moat ueiiravoio canni isiea. aitcr waning years
for Promotion, have eaLsliIlahatl theoiaalvaa m
civil practice w ith the army at lu i resent
BUndard. diatributed a It now fa, there la a con
atant an I abaotate necessity for a medical corps
ut ui iuu uuuiuiT t:aiuiiBiicu vj iuu Kit ui VUU
gress approved July 28, ihm
U EAT I ILK 11LTOKT.
Was DarABTHCNT)
OrruaorOHnr hiomai orrtcaa
Wasniruton t C Dee,!, tm. Is m. i
BVNOiuia roa tub rur twxnty roe a uoras.
The barometer has continued high In lie
-unnwcsi anu over ine upper lines, rising soutn
ward to Arkansas and lennessee. with clear.
rol ler weather an t northwesterly winds In the
Oalf and South Atlantic Matea northwesterly to
northeasterly winds, clear moderate weather
and Increased presaurea ou the lower lakes an 1
at the Canadian stations northwesterly win la
an t clcartnir.ccil ler weather with rlalmr I arome.
(era, prevail lu the Mid lie anl taste rn Statea
partly cloudy tut clearing weatner lower tern
pcrature, lucreaning prttuurc on 1 light sou t Unly
Iu westerly wind
rROBABTUTlEB
IntbeNorthwesc snd thence to the western
lakes and tbe lower Ohio valley light north
westerly ini leering to southerly, with cold
and partly clouly weather In Kentucky and
Tennessee, aul In tbe Gulf and Booth Atlanue
Mutes, light northerly win la veering on iho
Oulf ton rtheaaterly with decreasing tempera
tures, higher l arometers and clear weather In
Michigan, on the lower lakes anl thenco ex
tendnig through the valley of tho bt Ijtweence,
I artly clouly anl Oeariug colder weather aul
nalug baruneiers In tue Middle Mate and
New ngUu I generally clear weather moderate
uortherif wtnUte ring to mthweaterlv
W ini ng signal utiuuvat Baff It h .
ttl Bll 1 0;we
-
irwovraiurra, iu rraainK pressures u i i gui
Bv lhe closing of the New York State
ittutU eomu tOOOU vifu are thrown out ol
gnijtoymenl
KKPOKTOP TUP CIIIKFOP TUB HU
IIF4I OFHTATIMTHK.
After giving a summary of the work of the bo
rean during the past fiscal year, Mr Young pit
reed to detail the regular an-f apecUl publica
tions an I In allusion to the delay in publlshlnf
the monthly Report of Commerce an I Naviga
tion, saya ft u to be regretted that the return
eannot I- ot uined and published as early aa It le
dine In Fnglen I tat this will be Impossible
while the area of onr territory 1 to extensive
an I our customs districu no remote Custom
house returns can be conveyed from the moat
Haunt part of the I nlted King lom to London In
a few hours while fur transmission from Alaika
an 1 Santa Fe to Washington several weeks Urn
annually require! A single district, like that
of Texas, for Instant e covers an extent of ter
ntof "lnl to the area of England, Incluling
within lu limits several remote outposts, from
which reports mint lie received at the principal
Offlreof th (Harriet lifnr mnnthl ataLamnt
can lie prepare.) an 1 transmitted by the collector.
If, however, the sutemenu could be earlier re
ceiyeil their Immediate put Ilcstlon. prior to cor-
an uvii ui ine numrrnoa errors wnicn tney con
tain, woul I b deemel unwise as tending lo mis
lead And white It Is admitted that the monthly
reports are not put tished so promptly as In some
FurOPAan rotintrte. lh nn laralmbl la mh
vlnced, from hla personsl observation, as well as
by the admission of Uovernment officials aliroad,
that Inaccuracy of statement the autistic of
commerce and navigation, aa prepared by this
bureau, ar in a high degree satisfactory, an 1
will f avoral ly compare with most rarefally pre
pared and trustworthy publication of other ooon-
The tmhtlrailA. c5lh titriafnr nf fhamatnmi.
" itnaianon oi tna t mien waiea," it is
sutett, seem to hare supplied a want long felt,
anl caused a demanlfor th special report on
that aul Ject beyond the aUtlty of the tmreaa to
supply Allusion Is made to the fact that ten
thouaanl extra copies of the Information for
Immlgranu'' were ordered for gratuitous circula
tion In Ureal Britain, an I when In that country
he made ammgemenu for their distribution In
those places where It Is believed the Information
will be of service The report proceed Cvngresa
also ordered lhe publication of the report In tbe
Herman and French languages, an I the dutrlon
Jlon of ten thousand copies each to the countries
In Kurotw where these languages are spoken
translation Into the Herman language was
made in this lureau. When ready for delivery
the edition In French will lie scut to Havre an 1
Antwerp, an I that In Herman to Bremen or Ham
burg an I efforts have already icn made, to
some extent I y the undcralgned, an 1 will, in the
future, be exerted to have them conveyed lo the
Interior of France, Belgium, Switzerland, Oer
many anl Austria. But the henefiu expected
from auch put llcatlon cannot be realized unlea
fun U tie provided for the transmission of these
liookslnto tbe remote districts or the couBUIeai
named, more especially of oermany, from which
country the emlgratlm or It people I not en
couraged Many oopic might be so circulated
daring the exposition at Vienna aa to reach In
terior portions ot Uermsn an I I rench speaking
countries. The approprlati n or a few hundred
or even a few thouaanl dinar for the purpose
Indicated would, no doubt, prove a profiuble In
vestment
The total numlier of pemnaof foreign birth
who, in theyear en led Jane H I ait, dec! led to
make tbe Lnlted mate their future home I
JIM,!, an Increase of M.4M over the Immigra
tion of the fiscal year IS.l, of which 49 441 were
males The largest Increase from any country
was M,&r-. from Oermany, while from Englan I
the excess over the previous year was 11,231, an I
from Ireland 11,133. The increase from France
was nearlr fou tier rent brlns- 1ST in lTl an I
Mil In 179 It tbe average value ot an tm
migrant, aa eute.1 1 y the un lerslgnod In thla re
port, be rtnn, the Increment to our national
wealth from thla aource In the past year amount
to M,T4,W)0, while the aggregate economical
value of tbe total ad litlnn to our population
reaehea the sum or t333,Mt,wo surely so Urge
anadlltlon to our national wealth will Joitlfy
the expen llture of a few bundrefl dollars for the
diffoiion of such luformatlon as win serve lo
Increase the voume of thla tl le of Immigration
The recommen UUon to pubiiah an edition of at
least B,oiio In the Danish Norwegian language.
niiiLi, na. BuiriiiiLHa laaijcar. ijiHivaiwgu,
an I the conviction entertained that the distribu
tion of such an edition in the Scandinavian
countries would yiel I a rich return
BTATumut or la son.
Dnrlna his Visit ta Kumn f.,r the mimnari
above In Heated the un lerslgned employed hi
time, before an I after the meeting of the Con
gress, in investigating the cost anil condition of
labor In those I rant hes which compete with slm
liar Inlustrtesln the United SUtos. Although
such an Investigation formed no part of his du
ties, either a delegate to the International con
gress or as chief of the Bureau of sutistics, an I
although no fund were provl led by the Treaa-
eirsy tne expense nrcrsaamv incurred
una Uittleilreil Inhrmillnn. ttt ii mrli
daU were called for by a large numlier of mem-
ucr ui esuuxTcaa, an i eouxnt wnn avidity uy toe
public, be charged himself with this task, and
F-ciauiiaiiy Tiaucu tne ni oat inipons.nt manurao
lurtna: localities In Orcst RrlLaJn. luirlnm ant
Oermany In England he visited Liverpool,
Birkenhead, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Shef
field. Manchester. Halifax, Bradford. Leeda, Not
tingham anl other Places In their vlclnltv. as
well as the 'Mack country" an 1 other Iron-producing
regions.
InscoUaol the ahlpl nil ling IntereaU on the
Clyde ant the manufacturers of Ulasgow ant
Dun lee ooounled his chief attention. On th
Continent he vlalted Antwerp, Brussels, Lelge,
r3iiox, iiuj, iaiuur, cuaricrui, bjj i aiumet, in
Belgium, Alx-ls-Chspelle, Cologne, Dunseldorf,
Eberfeld. lUrmen. Crefeld. Essen, and the coal
an I Iron districu in lu vicinity, In Khenlah Prus
sis, Chemnitz. Dresilen, an I Leipnlc, In Saxony,
with Berlin. Frankfort, and other Pruaalan clUes.
also, a number of ot smaller puceal n the aeveral
countries named Among the most prominent
In lustriea examined on the Continent may be
mentioned tbe renowned steel work of Mr
Krenp, at Essen, the Iron and machine work of
the John Cockerill Company, at seralng the pa
ner mill at lluv. andotb r nlac. lh irlajtalrfin
anl coal roductlona of the Charlerol district,
and the various manufacturer In and near
Cheinnlts.
In France, owing to the unsettled sute of tho
Ubor market, but lew facu were obuined, anl
those chiefly in laris, Lyou,anJ In those dis-
incia in tue nunueni isti oi mat country in
which the textile fabric and Iron are chiefly
produced ,-aA
In Russia the chief toWni which be visited
were BC Peterstnirg Cronstadt, Moscow, Nijhl,
Novgorod and W araaw, none uf which, except
the first named have Important Industries Rus
sia Iron, the superior quality of which I univer
sally known, being manufactured In a renin
portion of Kurope, the cost of production U not
easily ascertained
From some other part of contlnenUl Europe,
Information was obtains 1 through correspon I
ence relative to the coat ot Ubor and of subaMU
nee "
The Inaulrle mails In the rdaces named em.
braced not only the rates of wages ant the
weekly earning of male and female employee
In the various Industries pursued but the cost of
the chief articles ot subsistence, the weekly ex-
Sien llture for food, room rent, Ac and tbe con
lltlon and habiu of the working people a to
uniui, luuiiun cuucauon u i iciupcruicc
Owing to the rei ent decided advance lu the
cost of labor to Europe the published sUUstlcs on
thU subject were rendered ooniporatlvely value
leas If It were deemed Important that the rates
or wages wnicn ruled during tne past season and
which still prevail, be aacerutneu extraordinary
means must lie resorted to, and It U manifest
that the desirable result could only be accom
pllshed through personal Investigation anl In
quiry The o) talnlng of such Information was
necessarily atten led with difficulties, but these
had to be met and aurmounted
If the data thua Deraonallr obuined at nu
amall cost of labor and money be not so full aa
was oesirou, tney are, aa a wnoie, tar more accu
rate, and conseaaentlv trustworthy, than can be
obuined from other sources. Thl affirmation,
supplemented oy other lacutnat are expected,
both from Kurope an t America, will be compiled
for publication at as early a period a tha official
engagement of the underalgned will permit,
"he report closes with the recommen latlon for
an Increase of salaries of beads ul division and
other officer of the bureau
lONUKNNEIi TLILtillA.UN.
A number of female Treasnrv clerk are lit
New Tiork for the purpose of counting specie lit
iua Buif-itcaauiy
Three laborer were I urled alive by the
otvlng of a Bewer excavation on tiuincy sireef.
Jtl.njaUJU, I M 41U11,U IS1IV UH VUlll njl
right, an) the other two, after being dugout.
were iuuu iwucuis uyuig uuuuiuuu
The American PresaAaaot latlon has Inall
tuted a libel suit for f lt0ut) damagea against tbe
Philadelphia A penis Ttlwith for asserting that
association to be a bogus concern In connection
with the recent publication ol a bozu statement
of Thiers resignation.
The pasaenger ani freight depots express
office, hotel an t other buildings at lhe Richmond
anl Lexington Junction uf the St Louts, Kansas
City anl Nortluru railroad, were burned last
Thursilsy loss, 113,000, , young man uaiued
Gordon was I urned up
A Buffalo dispatch aay Ueorge Alolpho
an I Frederick Lela were run over an I killed by
a switch engine on the Central railroad Mon lay
night. Tbey were un ler the Influence of lliuur
Ruth were married
The State Senate. Bitting as a court of Un
pearhment, met In Albany yesterday, aud took
un the ease of George M Curtis. Justice nf the
Marine Court of Newlork, who Is charge 1 with
various offences unbecoming his position.
Dr George Hill anl bla aaalatant, named
Elliot, bava been arrested in Boston, charged
with causing tbe death of Mary McDonald by
abortion
Tue ludmcuicuis to abandou the uu ot 1 1
I acco are multh lying A Now oik health
Journal a.i lue cauulbah will not eat the
tlcab of a totaci 0 chewer It 1 to highly eharged
with tbe tacte and odor of tobacco, and such
medical etudenu as do not chew or smoke ai
offended In the dissecting room by tbe odor
which emanate from the fresh subjoct on tho
dissecting table who baa been accustomed to
the use of tot acco Consumer of tbe nlco
Itan weed, whose scmlbUUlos havo been un
touched 1 y other cousbleratlona, will undonbt
edly recoil from the prospect of po mortem
repulslveuea to caunlbols and medical -hu
dint
inotNiA iCeuutobe taking long itrldei La
lessfor ttiat sleepy old commonwealtb
internal lmnrovemont of various ortl are t
I Drotrreaa or contemnlatlon. and a I vncMmnr
I V'!1" Ptvdlct that within a my few jcuie
fbt fiUM rlO bfl a WUW Cl toe

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