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WASHINGTON CITY, D. C, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1872.
OARRIAOIAWAriOXH. RKPinim. HAIlNEfft'
(Inn Carrlaira ir two horse
trrncn "M iirh
KleVh, ... -HsUftlBlO
Hat Dnnbla HaniMia.
Harknait hanil framllir (,.rel.ara
With gilmr V'hH-
W U WAI
i waloj c , aorta.
Fat are IUti.
Keel FjUU Broker and Aectlnueer,
If tit bevtuta iirert, oriwaite Post office.
TIlirSTKtrfl "ALU OF TIF AL FRTATE
hmk! in a ran-
VaAtt and br TrtiM of an order iwnk1 hi a nwut
lnullla In Ilia f in-ult (Vmrl tnr lrliina lUnrja a
K ir uri!ZJ!j ' 1 1 nut oar iwiii entini, jamaa
il J i t Jll. i "iimtiwai rp-
I'nuAYtha Uth day rf tfwmr,A D lHTi, in rwr annum, from the itar of !-. and aeenred by famished on ray renulsltlon by (lenerel Kmery I The Oovemment will probably make a slate
jWcWkKSlJ'Mnl JSMS,Kn..,J , """" '" "" l" " "lelr , ;. MtMul.f ih. AHOiMrKHlv Mto
b-tnir la Hemtt s dlatrkt. of aaltf coont r, near tb from the day of mI tha trnateea r-erva tha rbrbt to duties the Course It Intends to take.
Fniarairti,.nof the nwd l-alti
lur from naahinirtiiii
elty to Tee Ue with the rd IdadJiitr from Alexandria
rrry (aur Marlboro: 16 miui being knnwii by
t-Almiind a i
"i iw purrnaae m uer iu oe i-tl in ea-h on the day
f sale, or the tLai raUhcalloh therein by ttiscourit
tha flrtal rallflnallnia lh.iu.rf l.v 11.. -...
.fTSW". " F-"f fnrm the day.of -a a, th. .
,. n... mi., ,w i-
m: or the whole
at iHrt nt Him nt
'"l'renaaw uuoTeraneina- at the mat of tha pur
I 2. 7 . nuwwiiKBi nutriii.il,
1)Y IiATniKlt'aV Ol.KAUY,"
P'ser-.lrake.a Bra ahoTIa,l cantoen and strain
inllea teletrra,n wire, 140 certrldtca noiea,j rap
stool, 1 battery Wnyrou ptove, 1 atove and flitn
yardaof oaniaMUl yards of onone matUnjr, M
i-!"' "it niaawu a nyfnwtira, i innr lenm
r-a.)ly order HFNIIT JACKWIN,
Firat LlsuL and Property and Dlaburaliur Qttlt r,
, . . rturnnl Hervhe
deMawhds LATIMEK k CLLAltY, Amu.
Y CJKKBN .V WH.UA1IK. Aaetloaeer-,
0 of Trmh an,rn p-rtk-a. In the i(r nf Haahlik-- ,
BJ L M.iL;.-".; ".L"1'!?. t'l"Yrr U.'J
Fin!3iSl ?2E!&uIl.2i1?L!ni h
ineofUie CnMaiaraks and Ohio can aL about two
Culea above uwivetown, la tha Dietrict ortVilnin
la. and beJntr alamt 9U faat in whbh la alami bail
la.ah.IH lUnnalAah la. Il.m r.4.la .,.... I ...
partAae a i-ata, attdcouUilllii U acres, more or
AadaUHVatthaaarna tlma and Ii1aa. ami In omi
haHlmi InaMnlll -a aarfll all all ah. .... i.l
f lone, with the refix
the portion of Ine lai
wr iniriHaMN or trananmanon, . a more run ami
-I.T.'VTl."L..".r""'"-.'."'Z,l. "".T" ' '
rr(.t.ti12ir'K7' ,JIW c??'i"-
"-a Hvw-WMn trt Xiriai. BUtl UlUVII 1..
UaanaajunM of canlUllata and others to
lUutrtlaa. .hlhn,.,.l.lnlll,. hn.,.llttf
JMaa.inTit.Jlr.1..1T..rLij' '. '
W?tf,mnaiT,S;;i.'rh.. tTi.i ai.w r..i
f narn ihau Hiiarriaai -- - - -
A riatofthsniiarr.es ran be seen at Oreen h Wil
UlTtllWaat- hta a,1nmnHiw am ha nld.ltiarl
anriam uaiiniiOT uif. ymmn oy laaioif ,
town u tha t bale luidari
, Terms of Rale t Una alilh eaah, and tba balance
IhlrtV Xinal nannlhlv laamanla aHlh Inl.rul al 11
rata of len pikrcetnum per annum fmni day of sale,
with security to tba aatUaoUon of the ifecelvera,
and alien retained on thinniiwrir aold. nr tha imr
chaea maney tan be paid In caab or upon ahorter
L a f i aa i an. I 1 al aama aala Af Ihtahwl L
"a iL li ".iTT'a " r ." v- --.
deiMkrit of dknwtU ba rf-iaired of the mircha-r at
iieiMMnj oi aaoo iwiu oa rt-iuiraa or the purchaaier at
tlmaof sale. Alleoavayaootoir anl iUhim at coel
r Vn"b-r'- lists of the i-roperty wlM oe sthlb.
JpT MKnULLe,! IUoelvera.
J. Hit I KB.
OHKJtN h WILLXAM9. Aucts. ten
I Y tiHEKN (V II.MAMH, Aaetlanrrr-,
JL.1?01, north weal eorner of Tenth an I atreta
ffI lty rlrtae ofdel of truat to the nnder
'!! airmail dalA.1 alaiHjkmViar . I aft anil alula- raj
eorded la ubar numbered 6fia, foTlo roloua of
IhaludramirdBof Wa-binton oouutr, in tba Dl"
I riot of Oolqmbta, tha aubacrtbers, aa Iniataea, will
offer (off sale, at publio aaotlou, iu front of tba
ireu.isea,lo t&hiheal bidder, on TlfcbDAY.tbe
Ih dayoc December. 117a, at 4 o clock, p. in .all
thnae alaoraj or paroals of irrutind and iiremleea I
known and dUtiuguUhed on the plat or otan of lbs '
f tbf ettvof VtaAlnat4in,rn aalJ District, aahrta
una aoDuraa ua eeveu, nn i one nuuureu ami
vltfhLibffU ons hundred aud nine. (Iud,) one bun
dred and 10,(110,) aud oua hundred aud eleven,
1 11 1,1 of li. t UUbartB suMlvUlon of Miliars
as said anbdlvlslon la raisorded In the omou if
the aurvayorof said aity, with tba bulldlnrs and
lmiToveaieuU tbrreon, cpnalstlug of five three-
story end slue lilllCK ltulLDINaH, nearly com-,
ptetad. TbaaaJatocoinmeDoe with the weal nousn,
and aaeh bousa io ha sold separately, uutil the '
Terms . One-fourth of tha pui
houaa to ba paid In eaaa, auil U
InalaUmaiiU of ait, twelve a:
the remaliider Iu eoual
wi i a interval aierarja ai ine rate tn ten iar ceuiuin.
Iu be aaeured to the satisfaction of the trnateea. All
eonveyauolDf to be at the ooat of the purchaser, aud
a depiaali ef tin will loereWreil on eaob house at
tlie tuae of porrhae
uivvcn a "IU iiain,
Y IiATIHUU !ts CLKAin
court or ids
aiusuC vs. D.w
id at aJ, derenilants. on tba thin day ofnovrmuer.
IV4?S in rrTTni ,
1 an, t snau onar lorsaia at puoiio auction, iu ir"ii
ajlbaj fnuaaja, ou UONDAY.lha Mb day of Lk
cembar. MTIk al olnLk. P. m.. that very r I lai tile 1
,h wb day of l
ttf jrrouuiLuunibrkr tbraa, (S.) In Haniusl David nm a
suudlviafon, of a.aarDUmberel oue hundred and
ti1iityaarhi, (1M.I lu the ally of Wa-nimfloo, In as hi
m 1'isiries.iiuprovaa o
UU, mi North K Btrei
teeoUi Btreete wsat.
law a. larLalnr fralaia lanil. Mi
teepUi streeU wast, and rrouUnif anulh 84 f et ltf ,
a. iiniri. iHHann uianniii aiiu ni
inrjita. wiia unuui vi ia iqct ii iuiui-, iuai
aJl-r, (ltf feet wlds and aooenalbla from K alrevt
BklSslWy la feet Wide.) and ouutainlntr MW ai
faaaV nnra nr laaa Thta liat ta altnalaail tn Iha
taut, whls.l and noulaJnlnir aawanuara
',In.7J.,.Th?..Bi,"W... '.bJra. i
ruediate vlciaiiy of Ikiott square a&J the Arlluirtou
Teems of sals Oue third eaah; the residue lu
equal ,iaUilninU at ;ii and twelve months, with In I
r-reattrom tha day of sale, aueiir-d by tlis not-a of
tbs imrobaaar, or all caab, at the llou of the our
risa. asiSSaissi oit.'ttnV.u5o'nTf
Ail lovnuMlujr at tb.r.i of tka .urcii.Mr If
Uuierfu. ar. D(4 ootiilli.t will) lu nv.l.i.,tD. I
"fW.tJTTV i!?J'.'ltS'i0r:. .'.'. Hi'. S'.Ji'J I
1Y JAM, U. iVKDIUNd, Auct.
J - ., I
11, vIvTO0. ooWX oo?.f Prino.
am.,andrlnaMiiaal iu -ld court lietweeii
y.sKomitrls of William I llerrj coin
John lilurry and Virglula bl- wifs,
iJalunlaail JrihnK Ha
Jlaaarlaaila Iha ..naavliFikarl aarlll aall. al llll
Uoo,tJidMbMilHrir.ou f MUllnpAY. tha lith
oay oi vaaMnioer, i-TB, u lair u not, me um iair
day uaraafaaff at ll v'olook, in , at tha a tore ho use
i . ai ilia an train uii ati i
iiimh) ua praouaea. bii iua vrsui ui uuu
tAI.ia.la Vplvk. fl.nrir.1. aiil.ilip. anil I
t of land, lyliut and
"-"far. -" - " . .wv.a - t 4. fc. it a I
aatfln twaasaasSfni of John K, l).rrr,eaUsd Bud
V?r,iZXrL atuSbid within four mil- from
wlMiSumetry? ll i i i j !ba lMnaa Uws-i . CouutV
ii na i vuuii-nriaiHe iiwiuiuhhuiiw iiuu.itij
..lav .an ii. '
AanWwIIoiiaa.iMLrua, fee. There are
MvaraTTanejuent flnuses. au 1 a Store II mae ou the
4ae. flUedadrallyadar-adfor Market Jl.rd.11
IIMT, SOO Iqre IS a aSOIlSMiaraoia IKirtlOU OI NWUIIV
LsiuIaiiiJrWood Laud outu place..
Tllfoi-ty will fiflrrjd lulots to suit pur
rhsMfa, and If not sold lu lot will be si id as a
Ird ca-h. anl the balance In
BlitwrivVaudeia-btsan wontusei ml lusullment.
War?iiyinsntjWLM)beiiii I b tin 1 n f
theirurcbasrm;piroLera tin tl t 1 rtl u
rai irom tu oar ri sair ,t in'
ty cus vgeiri; urui anon i u 1
t.iWiUTiahBttbe tlu i b
tusniial rauOiaUMiu r 1
Uisn liiejsii utsiit of iln ' 1 j .
roooey, and not tefora. the trustee Is a ith iniil 1
convey a fee aiuiina title.
All couveraueiriw aid alSTars st ecet oflhe pu
VT-"ll,i;lATIJ"fP."rirA".B'n iv i.itiuuii iixii..
. .TbeMlandtaraoUletfrlnhrarrtlmbftr.tieiniruMr , Hwnthweat coruer of fvnn.ave and Uerenth atreet. returning Imiol the Only legally i
in airvaiM route of the lnut fumkoul railroad. ... maron!"1 liiilldlnar. , (mard to make ran vam. an I rfiulrcd
an ldlaUnt from th. rltyof Waahiiurbin ab.mt trii ' CIIINCEIIY NAIF tlK VALVAHl F BUILntNO , , J , .,7., . -
nill-a. They sr. -oldfnii and untiieumbered of any I W.L, AfW) VALUHI K .Ml 1UH KD 1 ROI tossld board of all elettloil returns.
CW1TA tlT II DI larllM ahnn ntiruyl mil rflUM IPilt UN I AND K. KrTMVrV ll.i II M tl II
rarannf .....ihl i..ii...li.. i..-i.-i Fnillt-lMILA HiT V .lli ulfr-fl ulnra-pu l"H'i'' "
nai.iuuinii, auu lira i Fauin iimiara.
ViroSiTuUdS """"""""' , wSVSreSK KH I . lh.omt.r. an, arpo.r lnltt.1 mate. .o.r.H.l K;uhirncnttiln;.
..luunumiu jnlli.lri.nlriinnlnKlik ollh Ih.l wmtb m took ip nnartu. In th. uorcrnor. .nlrooin. I J J, SSL TSui. a... Ike rom nl.xlon of 11..
JtJQ?l!Mi,0.R,"I.J""" '""' l2Sl!'S2lila,.,.'J.1'i,,.r!2;'.,.'IiSKiTL""r"E an I Ingres. .Ifnlc.l to allui.pt tho orlltcr. uf c"' "" "".Si ".t" tVriull.. an A,.mh?
wll, at I1o'oloik,.t our .uctlnn roiini.. Miuthwwt lf'rtrl.tKHwf.uthr..m.lwo.trwu andniD.Mrk ih.Ni.i. i.noii", wnii. inc r.xeiuiiTr ami A.K.niniJ Era
akswswrs ;te vJasna'SsT SMatttyiaiiiii 3SKS& ... mm .. nn. . aalll'': "-mrl'o.Vn'i.r.r.l'h',.
MiaJ, j p,.fir funiulii, M l.ni icl.lfc WI ! "'1,!1U. 7lr.l .1 l.n ir cniurn ir .nnom. rtl.lrtotof ijuilanrin.nmlr ioo Uorenini.nl.
w.'t.iiTfcllf tU.rM,ii.,liir. ill.r..!1.l,.Vl-. ararl br lb. foriWr a n aiiu ilJ nl Iru.t. n" "JJ'l.iSL!? .. Ti.nr. iVilinnVfih .1 .1 , tniM M aM trn
rHl..rtba..u irlpnb.vrinlalito.al.llKl SLSM?,I1U ."ir11 f 'fj I rrb. . m.jon A ..J"'-!. .VS. "u'.'SITk.!??!,. ' Hlaltbwa khall bo no Chang. In th. nilnl.trj
SXfa'!!?WJMrFVVf'!!mrin'm I J2l,?Ifl'S.l!,.L".n.,'''lcu''1,0',"l' ,"",' WJ",".."Kir',.'-.",'"o,i.S?"?! Ml ii nnill tha raponol Ilia eoiumltlMolininjI. pre-
rm4.1mi.l u.irt.r., 1 r.lr ob roben, Ibo.dr.w aiirlri.alinirch.wr a cn.u .pomlrnu hert-ln. ha-Mn llolallonof th. re- ,fntni then II tha rtnnrt 1. iinf.vnr.lilA t
Im Increment I Wu"lbr.i.Urot.Unbi.r.r.. Adrpoulol rawtkiai d.r.nf ubv .ralnlnir onlrr herein. IUU..I Ih.lollowln. nn- V!r, L. '.?' Si" 11! ,rcr;".".".?'.rr", '
TOrSfr OF WAfl IlNufnN T K THHritiCT PUK rilAINH, MOHTiaiMt M vi III.NLH, Institute, an I otiuiiled as a histe-hourie f or the JSI ' ths Jca an I it u raid ii Miidnir l L ,l,",n x iM Ithwaite. ! to the coat of a ship canal from the Mississippi
brtttAOlfBlATffl &'AT,4 ! Vv'WX.a.w.w,. u- a . ,1 wmbllngoftneLegl-lat.irethervm.lutheclly ""' lDI- 1JC' n ' " u "" "' Baluln 1 oroiie. llUla-Measre. Win lorn, (chairman,) river, near Iu mouth, with theOulf of Mexico.
MW""1 thM" "I Newoleahs, an.1 hold the same subject In gnm ' rrriTiOMtvoB iiirntmov Uwls, Kelly. Also, to Inrorm the House what amount of money
WftViAW,4),lU.W.K the further onler of this court, and meanwhile .f-..!,,- in froui lii I parla of the coantrr I Mucatiou ami Ubor-Messrs. Bawyer, (chair- has lieen expended In the Improvement of the
wiMamM3 FsArPiihVstortnrllin topreventall unlawful i wniblsge therein tin- " enn u the '"" Morrill ' - Flanagan. 'Patterson, peaMolnea ranhlj and on the 'tanal around the
aw.'.'L aA.A. vMJ.vVl IrJ!lV.Z..'l'ry.rJ rtiao ooniaiumrihrrnin i i,ia ai.K-fc ttara vraat in dcr tho sriilse or iTctext of aothorttv c la iiied by . ..'.i .,". ' ,V. ' ." .T. "IT...- ... i.. i Johnslnii Ii i of the Ohio. Adonteil.
iVfftoN Ihi "" B1"'""1"' "" dom-HinCii it Will ba pereniirtlyVudV tiout vlrtueof preteiiled canvass ami return made V" 'rcloHmienj that the tnnMVtn tatn ' "
j.8LKtr.. t KU, rem. W3 Raf.B1n.lee.VLeMta,. L?. Kt.''T'I ' I IWTirtXiuSS'US ' "??
Sri .iJ-C aZX: W ' IrtnartuS .1 af vNatlm U . tTil,t f "" "" " "''H' " I WartiWIly SVp-hi a In altrt In- 1.... ... 1 ?7X. tn an I llVe', ",M C" '" " UiStrKI Q Which they Vote, '"I"','
"(KtwI w- lPB'iu .'i vs. wuiiam i c inriMaa. nntaa ikavitf iniaHi a. mi,.. a..u.... marshal is to allow the tugreasau i egress to and i ., ,h.t ih.,it.nr k.niin.iai...,i.,n,H.i.A..' To Am
-J.,."1! "1.T" '.' " P!'"1" . t the iL-.tv ' "Tiiiiis AVvf tVn'' I from the public offlcea In said buildUwof nerauna "" v ' " !" " "" " i'- j- f the
nutr union uuu hub.
TBlTUTErH SAIK OF VAl DAPUE IMrRlrtFI)
BKAL EttTATF. ON NOltTII HTBTRKKr, H1--TWkrN
FlFrfcltNTU AND BIXlEENill
i)r virtuaofaaeoreeof tbsBuprenie
Illatrii-t uf Oi Jura lila. liaanil ln BLhalia
wi ...- aar.a- fc - .U
. Rr virtue rf a deed of trust to m, dated March ',
lyiend duly recorded In fiber No 6 (C folio bU on
i laml twnrila n Waaliltitrtnn Il ll . t aartif sail
. ... LnV : ' i.: i :tviy .- i : vr"
uiui'iHuiimnninPi n aanuujivu, 1 VJ a will
Btlillblat) auaCIiin. Ill frntit ff tlia I nmluu. tn
LUtaMtLl.IIar.on UIUIMDAY, tbe Ubday of De.
winlx r, at 4 o't Inrk , m , lot I, in otiirtD"! square
r: L-"'.,Y,TY''r""' "...,.,."".v. .iu
iiiiaiuiiiH r "(uarc irri, mora or u
mi mad known on da jr of sale
BY LATIMFII V C'LKAKY, '
Anetloneer and 111 LaUte Broker,
Southwest Ooruer Pennsylvania arc, and, Eleventh
.. street. Star Olnee Hglldina. I
(TJ Br virtue of a deed of trust dated on th jMh
JlV!ul f1")! f 'i Vt ana uuir rnqoruau in
l.lfwt Vn ait r..li..an ..a ah. ri.j . .i..
. , V" ..... w, ,'Mi.r r.,, nv , , " "! .-, 1..
! TTaauiiirH'nooiinir(i' t; aBUi Dy oil
DumlMrra IhrM Itnnilpful an.l laranlv llinta. il
ld part offcttalu- front of rtirhiwo frM oni)
wrMoortii, and nirmiiur b-k wirti ibat width the
distance of fortr-fiitbt () frt,H whb all ih tnt
iiiaunra of Yartr ticht (Viifrt,w wiih all ih tnt
ItoimiiuiU Iharami. niniliMiiif nt "
' " " "-" ,
. irrm-ui i- uneitnirin caD, or wnicn sanmun
!' "iim . uhhibt 111 piii mini aim nun
reil th i ronrrty after mia week'a notica, at Ih
rlk and oimt or nrnt purrhaaer All dnveau(,liitr
hit inn wer n n'nicn, at iqi
rut mirrhar All dinveau('liit
urclina-r. Sil down at tba Uine vi
LAtlHl It A CO Attr. Anrt-,
l,fSr.,a!Vunw ,l ll1 U,H ur
aTVi 11- ii a. 1 ...a.u
CJ of the Dbrtrlrt of Chaumbta. 1-a-r.f In rbanrerr
."""" i"".. ( rti u tr. ll, i wiu, oil HAlUll
hum Tut 177S. en die. 11.1 will, on HATIIlI
ia , in vnn naj- i .riT-nHitr, l J, on in urem
l-en, at o rl.ick . m , offer for mI at publio ana i
II. t.ia a m .. ai ... u ..... a i.. .i.i i. I
";"?: !' I."'i:,,l" lu":,,T,,'I,!!",.,."I. .
fire lote, -acb fiarlnir a front of twuty f.-et oo
K atroeL ln.Hrw.ii mip and hair ml Hltth ai
i . P" run e neau aiiiniiKiiKi inio
wop aiiuiD '
and runnliurback with that wi lib IDJ feet luohea of
1..'r,?V",." "!'" '"'"' " '""'''
1 tTlUllt At I .I.FAIIY.
("tar dts) AucOou-era
JUl7iCIJUP A5"rf "AI.,,,J 1-rwTPONED piTIl
SfONtttY Ihcen)lf-r9.1S-3. name hoof and lilaoo
85JSai3iUw rBiA?iHiai A CI fart Ancta. I
n-GWlU liAIIMEH K CI FAIII, AUCIa.
i IY TI101IAH miUI.IMl, Aacllonrer,
. '.Il5 I'l'-'Llt
nr - AW?""?"
1 AnrtHm--Ts suj Heal L-t.te Itn.kers,
8o"thwe.l corner ivnn avenue an I UeveuU. atrret,
ui.r .inirk. iii.iMmo.
fcnM. .- - ..:.'WL'. I TV llf .-A -
iTrni, rlH,F lir tlfAMNI (f"UH -
TIHI1U DHOV7H, OIUIllF't ANI HTAT
t'KH, AOA1K. UVUnitll lO AND A MRM0
VA8ES, ITALIAN M lltUUS U1ATUAUY, lo ,
On TltfSDAY MORNINO. Devemlier 10. at 19
nun rranna, wiuiawrai txirurr wi
a iiui rjoTfiiin nmi. will u
iniiHin'rn. NMiri. viii itnie
lmi"irtera, Maa.ra. vill Hn
"TO ,,.r.' n"aaaiinia. a eutievtinn
' "'"im nru.Mu iiriHiari, Dmiaiiri.iiiir larajs .
urouii, HUtuaan.l aaa: eleaut A hlirmod.
in.n.a ui.i..a. .. Vm.. -i.j.-...
naraiaj mna ini wnumrnu,
llanHllninc.imna. I aa.1 llaavalvara
Alatiuir KLaiuaai. a-. a A.T
SIT" "f,.IT.,,,H'T. "." - - . - ...
"" cnuenion win ue errau.fea mr exanauauoo
Jenna of -aV i F.w all suma Tinder i eaah; over
Two nnetreoute,l ( rrsraMsrhle nUtnra, rep.
"WtlW at, t r mjcl. euuV
unuia lailHC.nai.i.CiAIII, Alloa
IY II. IL
WtltNFll, Ural relate Itrokrr
13 and Aactjjueer.
lltIiMrrr'MH.l,r tlr A TWtl-HTtHIT AND ATTin
IIIUCK ln U.I I Nil WITH f,ieili)ltr UAt'K
iM-11 at tnibllo auction, in front of l tie j rniUm-a. to tba
hlirhiaat tal.l.lav. .an li ItlllA V ll.aKfh.lav nf flajutn.
I... tarw -.a ..-!. .. 1... ... I...k..ffa.. .......
i-iinia,ai,ukiuiiik au aaria - Bill CM. ll liar
UuKb, lUrknea and ofher suhdMalon of lot- in
tUKb, lUrkneaa and other suhdMalon of lot-In
rkmareBll, as UitaaineU rooorded in liber W V.
f olio in, in ta, Hur.) ora ofrtoe of the city of nul
ou, v v . uysuiar vnui ine imi rovemenu
frms One third caab, and tha balance in alt,
v aud lathlee.ii montlis from day of aale, wjtii
i par cwuta luterMt avcurM by a uetMl of truat on
WIUI WIIUlll LATSUBJB Bl lr Sl"a U1S IT(lri
ranold at tha riak and coat of the d-rul
obaser Uonvrranclnif st lun baivr a ooaL
noaoAiU li II WAUNhlt, AucUonaer
BiacAnorOoNSTaVTriort and KaeAia,
iaiuiittmii. Nuvemtpnr ll.ls?J. I
The Navy lh-iianme
auction, at tba United
on the 11 Ii day of I
iba United States Hti
The Navy Dt-partnieut will offer fr aale at publio
nl oiaira) .lirr I aril, nrw ivu,
Iiecetnlier. lsT. at 12 m lock in
Hteaiuvhlp "Ouarriere" of 1.4 s)
mua raeaaiiremeui, anu iua unnen riaiee i
1 ha veaaeU and their Inventories can be
at any time after tba lutli limtaiit, on appl
The wliideaniouut of tb purchase motiey muatbe
delimited at tba time of aaljudlcation, andlba veeael
mint be removed from the Navy Yard within two
weeks from the day of aale.
Itte tloveruiueui remrveslUe rurbt to withdraw
he veaaelsfrom aalaat any time, and lo reject auy
THU HTkM.I'.Y DllNNraC.
llrrlliia of the i wahlnaiou Jaurnallsta
I jud Mbl llr, Nlnnley's letter of Ac-
The Waiditiiirtuu rurrcpumktiU and lour
tuliHta met last ocnln at tlie ulllco uf
Mr Kuowltim, of tlio Uikao Tribune, to
make, arrangements fur (ho dinner which It U
l'"'l.l tu tender Mr glanlejr, Iha .lUcov
vrcr of Ll.Uifratonc, tn this city. Tho at
toinlaiKo was iry largo, nearly all the papers
In Wavlilncton and iho Ictulliirr Jourual of
n,o country ImiIui. rrtinsculed
Mr LrusbyD. rioris, In thoobscaiooiMr
Towiisend, ai ted ta chairman, aud J V Foley
,,-.,., , .....
uu loiiunuij icueriu accei,)iaucu iroiu jar
Stanley wis readt (
Ma, itimjt. cnriH or acxsptancr.
nw lum. nm ao. i.i.
( Afrr.t 1i-m I, l Airman i fA tViwatifl's
Deah sin. I have received this mornlnir a
aiir. alirn a. I l. vim in la. halt nt ilia CVa.lilrirr.
ton curreanomlt-nf s, wherein I am Invited toac-
' i.rr m Luiiiiiiiiicuiaij lunnvr at iiUkiiuniuii, hi
......,... ..II a i . 11T...L1.J. . ..
t K'ven tu me by tho mwsyeiier torrespondenta
I fully appreciate the honor they would dome,
1IU aj,.uroy(,u i ftlt a vecullar gratlflcltloiaaa
x K'.,x:i VtiAiiX r.'ilSS'bVi
worlu, anu 1 1.11 couaciuutlou.ljr ai.Lepl It wllh-
"" lrat Hat I mean I., a hat aiibirry,
''W. f ''""""1 ,ilr.i;lln.ii ..l.enturea,
as far as the Khaxalu of Kblve for the purinjee
or studying philology and finding something
relative to the urlgm or the lauguage of thu
"'" uuhls return the Ueographkal So-
YI SSSar' Kl h? B! reoetVed
but I am tioi a geographer, I am a philologist rt
nave ,,. (
uiucniii, io a iiirn i, n Btii'i ' 1. nuuui
been a bin her honor ha 1 1 reiM-ived a medal
from the Phllologloal Hjolity, bocauae I am u
pniiumKisi iujsuii -
tu mu aamu mAuuer i woun say (sin a juur-
nallsbu newspaicr corrcsivuiidiut And though
i....- .. v.a, ivi i.a aa.awa, a aaia a MA "ll"1! ai,,,
societies are airreeslile ami tiroml honors tn anv
uauqueis irom coriMiratiom an l geoiirai meat
"1B" ot "r profession, an I liartlculiirly to myself.
still 1 must confess that a .liuucr Irom ihn newai
aH.r corri-jHHukntj atatlutied al ttajthlugtou
ni'ui'i ire uiniiur ouiior
inxause It was as a new. paper wrrespondent
l entered Africa, and It U a a henspaper cor-
reanoliilelit still. In the honoraliln snrvV of Hi
l,"iri",I7" i!" "V"""1 1"?. .""."
mleut still, iii the houorable aervice ot the
a.v imn nin.,, ,nai 1 aaia iciuiulu mil 110
tt heref in, lUar sir. I beg by you to convey to
tho commit 1 1.0 and tlio corps of Jounialht at
Washington my deep sense of the high honor
th.V woul I do me, and my thaiiks for tbe kanie
it wouiu ue agrouaoii to mo IT yuucouauei
tin Uuu 1 until mv appearau ai ttashlilgti
to M 1 n 1 1 iiioni i r 1 1 until thsil 1 ha
1 1 (ear sir, our obt
i Bv kl AM.EY
omiiUi 1 01 imitHik), gui tue tllnuer
Iivi re tin 11 uj"Hilni d lUti r u hlch tho inceUug
udjvurucd iu MyuJa ui.lu at mux u.luen,
7 flli'f ,b V'EP.S?' 1 unAY, ma lotiidaj 0f Mechinks' Institute, lubject to farther onlf n
orlM-enilMr. A. O I'm. Ho dock p, m .the follow !,,.. , . . , L. J.t,n. . .
iiik d-cTHilM, rimnr iarrciif rroond Tyinif ofthecoart, and In the raeinwhfieto preTent
an.1 hting tn tba ritr of Waahimrtpu, l. 0, aud anfunUvrul aMemblt tn violation of the re-
DKI8I0N AQAINST WARMOTH.
Marshal Packard Tn.ke roMrmUi nfMe
rhanlcV lnstllMlnby Orrirrerthet'oflrt
Fall Hrport el the DrrUUa f Jaidco
INirrll 'The Lrnrli Krtnrnlnat rionrd
Drrlnrrd the Only Lr1lr C'anMllalrd
llari1 - (iTror Wnrmolli Lnjalnnl
from FnrlWr t,nraMlaaT tlt ItrtBrn.
The fullowlDK dlapittbes were recclred here
Nrw UnLKAMa. Tim).
Attomnit (UtiRtu The Unit M Bute court
itrUiilnf order of the court In the case pending
nmtit h milannr nrrltt nf anthnHl Hilnin.1
.- viptn nt nindl Pth..u Bn.i r-tnrna
"' , r pretendwl ranvaM and irtnnu
made by a pretended returning board.ln contempt
made by a pretended returning- board.ln contempt I
an i Tioiauon oi iw i resiraininn; oruer. mcont.
I'liancc, at an canj uour inia luununaji oucupicn
the building with deputies an 1 a military innse.
S II FirkAan.
I tilted Slates Marshal.
kw Orlisms, Deo. s.
VrroKHitv Ukhuu The uiurt rendcrc! Ju lg-
ment la the caio toxUy, granting InJunAJon
uultol ut. M.r.li.1.
UlajMl.flr afternoon IH. alHi.al.li.jr.nw
- f. f . t-eaai i-nt (Ir.ot ,
l-v ' ' I
ril luarlilad Praa.1 I
.... '::. ;.. - ."V-- ..
.nnr.,ln wn .nm,..aUr.f aha lat aatlllaw
""?" "" ..i--'-. .-v .-..-!......
.i u... i.7. n,.i.. .ii..in. .. f.n..a.
ntted Htates Marshal .V1. J""'0"
lh.mh..nflt,.1l .nf U,nMa.l,.tra .ahlla
tarnation an I returns of certain persons claiming
lo be the hoard of reluming ulfliers, are in vlo-
isiiun ami contempt oi me wini resiraining or
d.r.Mlotlows llero follows the pro lamatlon
aaalrealv nohtUfiP,! I
N ,w- In onler lo prevent the fur-'
., rnit il... nl na i.nipmh Intra In Dili i aiiu
tln.rolMtnntluiof thepruccdllngsln thHtauie,
uuirnrther to pre, enl a vlolatlou of thu onlera
..r llna nuirt an I thia Imnilnant alancrap ,,f ,n. .
tiiri-ing the imblh neitt-. It Is hereby orderod
'ih - it w I'tarihal ( thelnltM Htate. for the
i.II aitrl it ..r iMil.lan. ahall Siirthialtri Hi. ivu.
entitled tn the aanie.
fHtarneil.1 R. II. 1H1I1IMJ. Jwlra.
nmrnhal called on (kn Linory, loiuiusu ling the
department, for a mlliuty force to execute the
above order, lilch waa promptly furnished, and
laotiaession taken uf the loiUtutc, as before tele-
DEiuru or jilKir. mrkhx in tue cajc or kel-
UK HI TS. WARS0T11.
NRW CJXLRANs. Dec. A. At aa earlv an hour as
10 oi luck the lnlte sutea circuit Court room
umtalned probalily three hundred ami fifty Per-
,lin. M, f urii,.,.. wnraniinml an.l (har-h.nr.l i
V''.'.. ..'"'""'"' '"7 . .","! 7" "." -V
lUffcaied evrrV IllOUIcnt. 4lllllnir IU a lontT Hie.
ami at alut to fi a. ui. almost every a. allable .
seal outside the nlllng was occupied The crowd I
was In the best of humor, and the laughing and
talking ww Inccaaaut. There seemed to lie
sianeiya doubt In the minds of anyone aato
the way the decision woiiM lie, and consequently j
muss uioiiuriM, n i., ...ia wi ni'iai ainn,
was loiiiiMMtii of men in favor of the custom-1
house. Were IllbllanL Uovernor ttamioth camo
In at about II o't lock, and la a short time after
wasjolnedby CoLMcrnry i
!Y, .. , vaalanlaaiHpai.la.1 Iha trtarahal IntiVa tmaaaaalrtn
mo ctuvvruor anrcari-n iu im in un mo ur- iraimi in mi iHMiieaiiiou. ue was aumoroui iau Mr. morion presenieu a joint rcsomiion oi tne iiistrbts. The tiiu now presented bad tieeirpre
prlieilordlsmayeil. At II ioloxk, Ju Ige Dur- ami entertaining In conversation. One New Indiana Legislature instructing Its Senators and . iiarcsl aa a substitute for that section or the Mil.
rcllenlercd and immediately alter Hie court nil .orker addressed him as Dkk rlcmmlng Ho requesting its Hepresentatlves tooiioso all ef- Thellea had long existed In the Treasury De
been called loonier, commenced to read hutde- I anilled and Said. AII rlrht.'' furta tn illrlilathat Statn intn two lmllrlal it I a. , n..m.iii an.l ha.l hanii liknk-n.l tn aafh. 11I1L
tUlon Hecummenccdby ilescrlbing the bill as I
a well known one to rham cry courts to per-
petuate testimony This tdll is brought under
acts of laToaud 1H71 or Congress. The al of
ihio waa quuteii, the nrst section to snow mat
the right to vote was guaranteed without ills-
tlnitloii on account of race, color or previous
condition Suction threo was oiioted ruranllntr
rcKiairmuun, luuuef luirniairr new in mn ic,-
Istratiou. The twenty-third section was quoted
u auun mat aniiiaHiii k.uui.i.iv uv -. aa.xa.
defeated or deprived of tils office on accnuntof
ucniai oi ine nun a m iuin u ai.wuiik ui lave,
oolor, Ac, can bring his suit In the I nlted states
court. Section three of ait of 171 was quote.!
to show that the I tilted states court has gen-1
ri junstiiiHuu. in wen as tne i-o, nave overnoweu ineir uinu , Kiuir or ponalu m rat.
Iheaiioveacuwere found to enfone the flf-I Many bridges crossing those streams have been i Mr. Cragin lntnxluced a bill for the relief of
teeuth amendment. The dlscus-ilou has been . Bwept away and dostroyed, and communes are Donald and Nathaniel McKay. Iteferred to Loin
very full and able on both si lea, for which the inundated, causing great destruction of property mlttee on Navat Affairs,
court thanks tlie counsel, the first question Is, I . bi'ILPimoii at covisdTOt.
are the acts constitutional T The object of the iiiii:it HIMTUN. Mr Sterenson intro-luceil a bill to provide for
fnieintmenl wax to protect ull iltlxeua in their
ight to vote. Now, be foil- the a t of 1870, four
not I'siia oi our present iienawere slaves .
by the lulled Htatea Uoi eminent In their right '
tovote against the lvejul . of their former
masters, 1 he acts of Ouug.e were passed for
in i "njeci, nvy are w"
The fifteenth amendment H very broail In Its
scope. It protects all uttlvcfl, ami foreigners
atso are made cltlicm. tKher amendments
dldnotnceil legislation to enforce them. The
fifteenth did. Hence the s ts or Congress whb h
iniror auivll one. TTia tail allr-ircs that lo.ooo
citizens have lieen ilcprivtil id their right to 1
vote, and that lu.oon otes whhh would have
been cast for the umpliliiaut are about to be
suppressed by au Illegal lioanl. This la supported
oj b,i-ai niiiiiavian ,aiiiiukii iimci. aiaia mail irai airi iihihii. via aiav n.v.aia.. ,a,, ,..v -va.
only his denial. Ills acts alius the lanvasa com- bank did nut exenbio due diligence to prevent
menceit have shown that denlul Is futile. The tho robbery. Decision reserved
constitutional acts of ttiu returning board were Titxkioirr-iioiH avirrxu
then revlewrtl Herron arnrn-(uSecreuryof The rumor is lu circulation among the em
State when tt armoth removed him K all that ' ployees of the UrooUyu City Uaa Comaiiy lint
the Uovernor alleges uglimt llirrotr-be true, he the company Intend to drop the eight hour avs-
could only le displaced by kg.il protccdlugs. tern and adopt a twelve-hour rule. Thouotuiauy
Herron andLynth tie trd lliwklns and Long- employs alwuttwo hundred and Ufly men.
street, whuti i onatitiili tli bgul board rc-cog- tue credit mobilieh iniehtkiatiov
the sit of Novi miter Kt). iHIi the new eleu- i
tlon law has no rlliKl mi this election The
I llarmn luiaril tiinat i iiiillnnn
to uiscnarge me ,
uuues 01 lUVir units uuiii in tnr auci. aaaurs arc in-
ducted The Herron tHianl must finish the
canvass or uoLegUUture un Iw convened, and
they will beproiectel byiliiaiourt Thestat-
utea are constitutional, the court has Jurwdic-
lion; the legal board is tt armoth, Herron, I ynch,
HaWaiUS ailll laJUHSlirCl lllO Ijlicaiiuil UI rvtl-
logga eiiginiiiiy is iioi huiiipiii nere,
not lie nassed uoon. Thu uj nil Ion of the
however, that he Is cllirible 1 lie onler
ira n f ili niirt. illvi mi il uf tcchnkal verba ire.
Is aa lulluwa
It enjoins tt'animtli ax ilnsi i anvasstug, con-
aiilnrlnrr or nretenilinir in snvasa. Ac anv of
the voles lost at tlio lait eta uuu or any returns i
thereof except In tlio nre-tneo of John Lynch,
.!. nli 11. Wafnl. Jfllnm Linmttn eland t.eoimj K.
llovnc. members ol tin rciurnliig board for said i
elm Hon, prohibits f rom subiuliting any returns '
to Hatch and Daponlu or any other persons ex-
tept I jik It, Hawkins, Lougstnct ami itovee.
it nrnhililts him from HiinnruHsliiir or alterintr I
th rriiinm in anv wav. or from LuterferlUB with
thu LUstom-houso board It tnjolus Hutcli. in-1
iou ta, and tt barton, In the manner prayed for
luioiuplaluantabill It onler Warmuih UmIo- ,
poalt Immediately In the oirlie of thq clerk or the
rircillt court au returns or uocumenui ue may street norm ntn, luunnrumij uuiiui tun jnu
have relative to tho elci lion. In onler that copies singers ou his car early Satur lay t vcnlng that a
may be madu of them, and that they may be pre-1 gang of pickpocket were ou iHittnl, and warned
served to be incil. If uti essary Judge Durrell, the passeilKers tulHwareo! thciii. Ou his return
having finished reading the decision, ordered the , trip the gang Uid lit wait au I assaulted him as he
rule fur contempt to bo continued till Mon lay, wu-t going home, but he escaped with a few
and the court to be. adjourned till to-morrow bruises on Sunday night the same gaug as-
Mr Seiumc mild: May it please your Honor, I aaultel htm ami tried to kill him, and nearly suc
wlun loenter a motion in this matter ire led in ho doing Iwoof tho woiild-ne niur-
.linirre l turret i I will hear uothina lo-ilav I derers were arrestc 1. but on beluir broiishtlrrfore
loiut fee well, leaiiBtlBiidUilieariiignoiuotlou
to-iiAv l win iln It to-nurruw mornlnir
jur nouimes. i III j on auun- i io uc uivu, iv uu
Considered on Monduif
Judge Durrell In ill not penult It to ba filed
without having heanl It, an I I will not bear it
morning, at I loMoik
oruce of hf attornej a, b.
L-crowd of atiitiyliiu
UJLfi.!:.1' f "T0. .'.W'L
AILcr a'lJOUriUlieili inn nil umi 11 mm 1 uc
11 iniiiuB ax atuik, iiruiin c
NiwOicLRANa. Di it hie ret 11 nil nir board.
tit.. I ln.1 a IiltbI omi i,v tha 1'mted States Dlstrb t
Court, demand I fnuu Uovernor ttannoth all
documents rclatln 1 tlie election of November
4 lb lu his possession 1 he uovernor ha not yet
In the Eighth Dlstrb t t ourt this evening lo
Junctions were Issue I upon petitions of
Armlsteal, He retary of Htate elrat) Wharton,
Be retary of State 3 owo, and the returning
board, composed of Isabelle, Wiltl, Taylor. Aus
tin au I Deferlet, restraining the custom-house
retaining board from ln any way Interfering
with tho canvass of the votes. An application
has been made to have these caaea taken to the
United fcHatti (.UciUVVVuH VU lriil vl .'uiiurii(.vver tvt UUU
THC CniSIG IN FRANCE.
The t'ammHlee f Thirty Iteffaraleal an
llaivllle la the ncwabllr The IrriMtetllate
DiaMlntloQ ef the Amrinbly lHfaailed
Flrt lertlna- of the CaiNNilitee Ubal
They Will rrebahlr Her-rt-Tb-maa ('.
Fleloa nrllerrd ! he U llaTana A
Irfmtatlan af. Amerrraaw Hare an Ia
terrlfw with the rape The Innaaatlan
Tar C'nimlltrr af Thirty Itardrd an Ifan
riKw, Deo. . The aoTcrnmeDUl mtottlon at
ermltlc unsettle" tmMnMS of all tlmli throuah
out the country. The uommlttee of thirty, formed
yt(riUy by the Assembly, In rfginled ai hostile
to the republic.
Republican Journals of IirL declare that the
. . . ... ..
A-wmuij lUKiiDirrp-nun-wmoi trance,
un uimaun iu iuiiiifuiiw uiwuiuuuu,
t'rcaldent Thiers Is expected to resign.
nitsT Mimwn or rna mvurrni
Vauia, I)w 0tho committee of thirty, an
polnteil by the Assembly yesterday, In ni-ord-ance
with the resolution of .Minister Duiaure,
held Iu flmt meeting tn-day. The following
offlL-m were eletled I'resl tent, Huron De Lancy,
vice president. And iff ret Fasniier; secretaries.
Ill i n MJirae.l ti , ,nl ilSi WhVi llwl i I
""V".n?' ."..--"..Vvr?'?..1'".1" I
!-.ht. h ii v.. -..t.i n-h! n.ifaa ia iH I
........ .. bllu.... ,,, ;y,.,,rn ,, a..-
;;"" b,i,0,,h';:VDr.m Vn I reiii illniiS.
SKfif M.Vr.1 ilrff
sijnti ted to draw up a project of Isw defining the i
IV.- .-.. Yi..... im ..'"- ? .. '.t J;..-S '.V ..
" L":"V.' "" " "' ' ..clM: " V " "" '" "'
J aHnmri - .... in ipuiriruim iimim ic-imiu
and ext ludlng theFmldenl fromtlehate In the
RMng him, by way of comnen- i
illlntl iimiia.1 Vain iniwar II lalnfarra,! fn.m
ir-""!"":"" "" "'""' -"-" "
"li", iiiuiici tti iwww. i in iincrre"! irum
the Hwical tomposltlonof the committee that
any Vroposlthm for any dissolution of the Asscm-
""" - l' "" V"" ' " " " -". SI "U!U
iiom.Ulrecei)tlonv.MglvenatthoCxccu re '
.!.... ,..a .iU uui. i. . .. ... ..
teu l8 U Thb?r. fneVtmrenrt
I U.LA. .'...'? Ll?.1? V .V:B"rl,-.."P PJ".1""'"
"ui renewal of
crisis. He mrrettH that a par-
.n,i ,1-. i.re.1 be wasdetefn Ino.t to aihere to thn
Vk7 Miumed InhUniessaffe
I1"1 ""'"'" " '" 1 5'?. "i".. . .
the Assembly seemed Impossible,
.. . . the eirme ll.ft it was .le.
Cl'ltl gill UI IIIUTO Iiir I1IO lllrBWIIHton OI inBAS-
the Lharaeof Treaaon.
lUTANi.Decemixrft, The tti-efn publishes a
deireo to-diy summoning Plutario tlonzales,
Nestor Poalce, the widow of Morales Lemns, an I
the wives of Ucnemli Jonlan, Allama, Mere,
Meslar au I Preiser, to present themselves at the
arlill-rv tiarrarka hem ami ilefeml thpmutvai
fn.m harm nr treason nreferrnil airalnat thm .
nrerosKnTd RiTnovtiir helim.
ll a .1. .-,.. . pi,,.. ii. ....!.. ...
lOiiinanlasI h lila Wlf. ami lirovlilml bIlIi an I
""-"- -a.. iu"iw riuii,ai.
American passport, arrtveil from New Urleans. I
The following week Mrs. Flemmlng left ror New i
ork, and Monday rleminlmr. having bis pass-1
port lined fr Havre, left by the .steamer Vanda- .
fia, imtind for Hamburg, via Santander. Flem-
ming a actions are considered suspicious. New 1
tuincri in iiaTaua aaj 111-1111111114 - 1 nunian v
Hells, the Tammany politltlan Flemmlng Is!
alioot (IMv learaof ln. fine looklnv. ami verv
llehail aheavybsgof pild and a bundle of
ANoruxKRLKiiTOKOr the muwocr! dwabtxr. I
Kit hard Smith, fireman, another survivor of
the burned steamer Missouri, has arrived at
The Pane aa J the Catholics at linerlot
no mi, use, o. uepuiauon oi Americans nan
an luterxiew with the Pope yesterday, aud pre-
acuiro .ui jiixcan (irDWNUat mo ucvuim'ii oi mo i
American Cafhollcs to the HolyHea. The Pope I
iiiuin a ieei nir resnonse. annconciuiieiDV trivinir
hi blessing to the Catholics of America.
liKEAT Drmtrxrios et mi ikcditionh,
Tcrik, Dec , T ho waters oi the rlvr Arno,
The Htokrra' Htrlltp.
-.-., llrt, .miv-r a Th-n w t.oiiar .
I,,,!? r ni.n i
m'cr of men to fill the places of the atrUors. (
. Melt Igalnat the Ocean Hank.
NEW .ORE. Deed The Krle bSllk. Of Penn-i
srlvanla, has brought ault In the I'nlted suae
Circuit court against the Ocean bank to recover
fM,iM.N) deposited with the Ckcan bank, to bo
a.w,uou ueposutM wun too uvcan nans, to no
loaneil bv the latter as scent of the Frio bark. I
The mousy was loaned and tso.issi in Ifnltetl '
statestwnds laken as collateral. These bonds
were included in the property stolen when the
lankas rnblieil. and the plaintiffs claim princi-
A special toa inornmg luner iroiu vtaningioii
Iniiiuates that Colonel MtCombli notdlsnijeel I
to assist tho Congressional committee In Invest.. I
gating ine crem .Moomor. inoro - iim iil
buiuuiii im aianun mat ti kuiiui.-i nuv."iun ,
summoned he will appear awl be ready to testify
before the committee within twenty-four hours
after receiving the nolltlcatlon
Tweed s case was continued, counsel (or the de-
iriico ni(illlll( inl nu .mui .uoiiicj aam,.
Luunsel to urtre
After a leuxtby argument the district attorney
moved that I weed plea I to the third indictment
for felon V. but at ler a illacUssluil the arirument
on the point as adjourneil to a week from next
UK. UKkkt rVB PllOHTEHH PKCLlhE AUIrt.
ThernfcniittoruU.y states that the daughters
of tho UteMr Orecley aro iinwlltltig under any
ilrtuiiisuntes that thu pluuof siHisi ription for
their lanent snoui i iw no a mere i io,nuiwiiinoi
oblocl toauv tcsUmoulal tu the liieuiory of their
His proposed to bull I a printer a monument lo
attemitto AnaASntMATX a covpktok
Cliaiks I- c dby, a conductor of Ihe tltand
the Judge of the Special Sessions yesterday, he
The testimony oi Director llarluw, ot the Lrie
rallroa I, shows that the urrcst of Jsy umild ha I
nothing to do with the corner In Northwestern
stock, and that neither he illarlow) nor any
a-ithar nrtli er of Ihel-rlH riulrl had ailllliirlEed a
I n leaseol Uoul I fnnn any liabilities lo iho rol
iui n uicu uv mi ira ita"j hi
near Montevideo Iasb btmuhh,
BXIClTllON OK A UI KDEKKM.
II nrvnoirers washanired lnthe vard il Klnir's
couuty jail at S ifi this morning for the iiiunltr of
uidi er uonouue. just uciore in urup ivu m
fainted and droppel Into Uif araia of the attend
The case of President Oraham. of the WallUtl
bank, charged with defrauding the bank off luo,
wu, was o-uay po-iponeu uuin Jiouuay uvai, at
Uereftue of Ifiebanfc examiner,
rLiADiNQ to ah Inpictheht
John Bcanneii pleaded not rnilty to-daT of the
mnnlerof ThoaiM Donohue,and tba case went
ail'l win auuwu prcjutin v in iiiai uc iia i iuiiiinuni irncia
i ourt is. ' reflectluir on 1 wued, an I was consequently unlit
and tie- i to appear before the grand Jury as advisory
the fludlnirof Indictments.
8ENATE COMMITTEES ANNOUNCED
All the Liberal lleabllaa llratavral TreM
lle4 aft'aaimlttere Ilfbate an Adair
In Arkanaa The Ifaaae laJMea the 1IIII
ta Keaae Orrirera anal Bfcpenee ef the
laternal Hereaae Ifeaartateat The
WaaaivflToM I)-niber a.
Rl KCTIOK Or BTAKPIf((l OOMWITTFk-.
Immediately after the reading of the Jnnrnal,
ir, rreiinsjnujsen mnreq
.!. TMiHflH'MinWwl to, udoniii.
panylng list of committees, whb h Were agreed to.
i ... " i. . . .- .
riTiinics nun election - meiwra. norton,
(chairman,) 'Carpenter. I-igan, Alcorn, Hill, An
Foreign It elation Me wr. Cameron, frhalr
man.) Ilarlao, Morton, ratterson, Hamlin, Hove,
MnaaM XT..., vk.ni.. .hiifm.ai u.
rill of YUHcolt, Ames, bright. Ferry ol'jtlrl.. ,
lie (chairman 1 '
Appropriations Messrs. Cole.
uprague, rtawjer, Morrill of Me.
."T: .. ....... ........ ..
commerce Aiessrsunamuer, tcnairrasn.j uor
ttt, Kellogg, Ppencer, lluiklugham, Conkllng, i
Mannfartnres-Meiisri. UoirUon, (chslrman.)
Bpragne, (llltwrt, Johnston, Fenton
Agrtaulture- Messrs. tnllnithuyaen, (thalr-
tnan(7uoberton, Lewis, Davis of V a,
Mlllffi Afl.1r.-V.r, Mil.,. h.lm,. ,
Military AfTilrs -Meiwrs
iinn I'ltiiariin Morton Ai
'"'" -'"". M.rf..ii. Amri. tt ni, lllilr
N...I Aft.ir. ' u.... i r.W ih.i..
Anthony. Nye. Usiiorn. Mrurn. Murrl of Me- I
.. .. '. ,m m . . " I
" ; "" "
Krrllntiiojn, IH, right,
ls..t ni. .. -.i t... ,.- tau... ....
,.,., . '..- ...., ,, ..".. "1
i irnii tin a is ncnnn, ivauinrj,
ror. Cole, Hamlin, Ferry of
' t '"'.'.!'?,
liaJ.MMra i.Hnemv. t, haimian
iuim u.. ii i..i aj. ;.. i .- -.
.fine. Ulndoiu. Ktewart. Lajuprlr. I
.r-iruiu, niiiaiiuv, ,, umviLi, dkhbii, nnaiTIIJ,
1 1 pi on.
rrivato Land (.lalms Messrs. Thnrman, (chair
man,) Ferry of Conn., lallwell, lliyanl, Nor
wood. Indian Affairs-Messrs. Harlan, (chairman,)
Corbett, llurklnghatu, IrellnEhusen, CUdwrl ,
Ufvinwin. Illce. i
Pensions-Mesara. I'ratt,(.h airman.) Itrownlow, I ,ni, "7 tnYT.w . . a?1"?1.?1' . . .
Logan, I erry of Conn., HI 1, Haulsbury, Hamilton . Mr. Edmjtnda nrhl that the rc-olutlon Involyed
of Texa't i matter of great delicacy, and he did not know
Revolutionary Claims Messrs I"ool,(,halnnan,) of nr pre e-lent for one department of the llov
Browrilow, Corbett, Hill, Nnrwo.nl. eminent calling In this manner upon another do-
Ualuis-Messrs Tlowe,(ch airman,) Soolt, I'ratt, I"0 entirely Independent of It.
Boreman.W right, DavU of est VaMathen , A.lwrJK.ner -,lLOU(,.on lhe m'.n t0 refer
Distrlctof Columbia-Messrs. iWreon, (chair- I lo the MlilUry Committee was terrted-ayes
man.) Lewis, Spenoer, Hawjrer, llitchooclt, Ferry i "'SJil; .... ,k ..,. ...
of Mi(hiiker The (jenate then, at I M p nt went Into execn-
Patents -Messrs. Ferry of Irnin . (chairman.) ' "on. "n't shortly after adjourned till
Carpenter, indom, llsinlllon of Mil , Hansom ' iI"wJ'
'I lVIUCI, ,1 I 111 1 1)111, lltUIIIIIUII ll iHl , IIISI'in
Puhlin Bull lings ami l rounds Messrs. Mar-
- -,-, ,",,""" . ... 1 . -'-"
r"1.".'..1 l,.lI",9.!7' anttt, lameron, Stork.
ion. Hamilton or Mil.
Terrttorl-a-Meisr-, Nye, (Chairman.) Cragin,
Illrmn Illt.hrraL I lait.n Ijhiiwip t7anl..n
"7"' "5' nrtnk, tiayion, uwpcr. renton.
rioiiin, ii iu in in. a, i. iaj mil, wrvvr, r cniuu.
PaWlfli Itillniiul Meaara MtewarL (halrman
Rmsev, lUrlan, Hiott, Kollngg, Hltihcock,
Ferry of Mich , iragln.Coopor, KUe Cssserly.
ll..a. .n I llLit,tA.. ifamlm f.k.M.;..
Chandler, Flanagan Calilwill, Akorn, Kelly, i
lnvfisl I nation an I Uetrennhment Mesira
naut, (cnairman,) rraii, iiuwe, lurian.
illt and Control the Contingent Expenses
Henate Messrs. Can venter, (chairman.!
IrtAtriiigUers.AiUiouy, (cliainuaJU llowe,
library Messrs, Morrill, of Me , (ibalrnian,)
Kngrossed HtlU Mesrs. Casaerty, (chairman.)
Hevlslon of the ltules Messrs. runieroy,
i li.halnusu.. Klmiiiidji. htevenson.
ivvcsoi me Missuiippi itiver ncssrs. no
Imnr frhalrman lUitn I'latinn Itlalr lid a
lo Inquire Into Certain Allegations Against
Hon. Powell ctavton Messrs. Wright, (ohalr-
Xl.irrtll nl Ma Miirwiaal
ItarniivaLaf millllral Ml.alilhMoa UaiiM tlnra.
man, (chairman,) Ames, Clayton, Lewis, Meters,
Kanaoui, Tlplon I
A llegrd Outrages Iu Southern States Messrs. ,
Hi ott, (chairman,) Chandler, Bayard, Pool, Pratt,
On motion of Mr. Firllnghuysen the Conimltteo '
vn ikiinnMuii-ii mna were aiiuweu a cirra, 1
Mr Wilson asked to be executed from further I
a-rvlrnnn Ihn PummlllM on Mill tar- Affair an.l
the Benate excused him.
judicial niHrKtcra in ihdiana.
rnmOHci rKUKNTED. j
jar. iiamuu preaenieii pennon oi ueorge k.
Preble, asking to be restoreil to hla rank iu the
l aall.Hn.1 thai lr.hl. ha.l ha.n taaafail aarllh .rail
Mr 11. aaiune nau examine i inia case ami was
injustice, and he hdped the Naval Committee I
wouw give ine Buojeciineirimmeuiaie attention
Petitions from French spoliation clalmanu
wro uccscuicu uy jicaaia. iiiicH) ouuiurr ami i
Mr. Ferry, of Connecticut, introduced a bill
lo repeal the actor isua prescribing the Iron-clad
oath. Iteferred to Committee on the Judiciary,
Mho erection of public huikting in Covington,
Ky. Itcferrcl to Committee on Tubllc building
ami Uroun Is.
Mr Cole Introduced replace National
' nt" with l'nite.1 SUtea notes. It requires
,B8BtreUrf or theTreasurv to withdraw from
iiircutation an notes oi tne jsauuuai nanxa
Itomlng iRto the custolyof the United States,
uu mj laaua iu iiinvo nivmui, ll unoniiai j, nil
equal amount of the notes of the Lnlteil states.
Cn.l whanavar an I aanrifn bb Ihntinljaanf an
one of such National banks to amount of Mu
ahall accumulate ln the Treasury, and alter thirty
uayVnothe thereof to such bank. Interest shall
usyk'nothe thereof to such iiank, interest shal
a-atiua ami tia anarvintarl nnnn aiixmnf thnllnitm
Htates l-omU deposited In the Treasury to the
rudlt of such banks as security for Its circulation
until such bank shall redeem said bond by the
pijment of I9oo in current mouey into the Treaa-
ury of the United states,
CXIVHUdIOH TO AUJlirr ALABAMA CbAIMd.
Mr. Morton Introduced a bill authorizing the
President toapiolnt three commissioners to ail
Just aud determine the amount of compensation
due tn the several clalmanu tor damages arising
from the depredation of rebel cruisers, to te
discharged out of the Indemnity fund awarded
by the tribunal of arbitration at ueneva, to be
paid by Ureal Britain to the United States, said
luuiiuisaiouers mcouune luririiiowmooui coui-
oensatlon tnamb cases of denredstlon aa were
committed by such rebel irulsora for the acts ol
wnicn ureat nnuun waa juuna loueiiaoie- oy
anl I tribunal.
T he commissioners are empowered to sen I for
persons and tuners, and the decision of two of
them is to be binding.
Tha President la further authorized to appoint
two peraoua as counsel for said commission,
whose duty shall be to examine all claim pre
sented for compensation, and protect such in
demnity fund and the Lulled states from falao
or extravagant i latins.
A secretary Is also to be appointed by the Pres
ident ami aulstant by the couunlssloners.
Tha commissioners are to oriraulzo lu Wash
ingtoii city, but liuiuedlately afterwanl shall hold
their session in such places In the United Ntates
as may iwinost convenient for the performance
i ineir uuues, ami ineir inucuuna auaii not ea-
, tend beyond two years from thediiteof their or
gaiilxatlon, I he commissioners are to be paid
tl,noj iHir)ean the aw retary $i,oimi. and his a-
ststauts such lomneuialtim ta uuy be ued bii
ihensvof the counsel will bo fixed br the
' Secretary of State. Ihe onlurs aud processes
1 1 f the commissioners will be executed by the
Uuitel states marshals uf the various districts
. in which sessions are held. Ju Igmeiits In favor
of tlaimauta shall io paid by thu Treasury De-
he indemnity fund, when Paid bv the llrltlah
dot eminent, shall be net apart for payment or
damages awarded aa aforesaid
lt I further provided that In estimating the
compensation totlalmauta Interest shall he cal
culated uion the aniouut allowed at tho rata of
six percent ir annum, from date of the losa tu
date or Judgment, and the amount entered upon
a separate judgment, apart from the prlucipal
Hha.ll nut 1 111,1,1 until all ilalniafor eniniacnaA.
mo iwjuivut 01 iuuhu juiiKiiieuis iur interval
Hon have been paistni upon, aud then, If upon
, uiuipuiallou, said lu lemuity fund shall be found
I sufiklent to pay all Judgments for principal an I
i interest, the said Judgment for (merest shall be
' nulH In full nlharaa Ian lhav aliatl tjt lul I n.,. mil
i as far assald fund will goafter pajiueiii of prlu-
port tronM for serine of tlteLui
Mr Scott 1 a I led up his n soiutl m provl ling for
uuunuailt 1 ine itinicrruce c iiniuiiivcs
or renorti vet un Haiioaed of. and. at the Bmrtres-
tlonof Mr lonkllng, modlilii ttsoasroapprv It
onlv to im raioort f,iim r i iiterem , 1 iiniiullei
diiitri r...n .. iirarati, , mi nulla,
which boa not vet been made it auplvlua; onlv in
'this shape to the report on the c mitruction of
, oriages across ma unio river
Mr. Scott then aubmltted the report 01 the 011
feronco commltteo on the bill to provi le lor the
construction of brkigea across tho Ohio river.
f an I the report was laid over
tu piQUoa vf Mr. tt light, it waa'rcBoivcd that
the Committee on Flnanea le Inntnictedlo In
nuire what if irislatlon Is necewiary to relieve the
prevent itrtntrenry of the money market, the
propriety of providing for an additional iMue of
Irgal tenter notei and all matters connected
therewith, and report by tail or otherwise at u
early a day as practicable.
TKOon in utEimuft,
Mf. Itlce eallMt nn tila raanlnllnn ratlin v nnnn
the Pr-atdent for Information as to the lending
vi k nun) niaic iwvipm io Ariinoii.
Mr Kdmunda mored to refer the resolution to
the Com mil tee on Military Affair.
Mr. Rlre modified the nhra-eolngy of his reso.
uuiiu wui inrct me wuirvuun nerruiiure mna
tested by Mr. Kdmunda. lie oonoaeil tha refer.
ence, and atated that he had no Intention of
questioning the right or the Kxacutlve to die.
tribute the troops under hi command. It was
nouMt) Imoretha fart that ther hail a
colllalon In Arkansas; that there had been an an.
mkiiiuu aviua (uwivnii iu mat niatv itr
i nuei mates imnrM was aian nnfie'iiartie. iia
wanted to know the facts In regard to It, and the
iPcoinBOT Anao-ai wanien w snow uw. lie
wanted to know rite facta, as he had aatd liefore,
n.,;1.,u,n.ri . . imm
I In Arkanaaa 1ka had lu an llnn thau
InArkanna. Ihere had teea an election them
as there had been an election in other Htatea,
and In due prore) of time the result of that elec
tion will be made known. There Is no nereaatty
forany collleron. If any persons have anything
toromnlalnof. the laws of Arkansas nrovtde a
I remedy. The people of Arkansas are tlreil and
worn out with the nusiTeUni' Iu that Ktate.and
JhV " more of it; they waot the lawa to
'' '"eir rwirrw. uaaen npon ine returns
take their course, baaed npon the returns
"Didnally sent Into the ortlre of the Secretary of
ftate. Ihnee returns show the election of
Hrooksorflwann, and of the other candidates on
irta I lltvl Ufa la , Intra Thaw .114 aav Ih.a If
"J", '.".'. Z. ... ""-",-
""'"''V".'""'; ''fTa.1 ,hf thtota
' ,n PP' that they should be Inaugurated,
nm J m"nt lt- " r,tn' ,',tM. wtr.a.not
f'ry elected, we were perfectly willing that those
V, houM, .htw the ,"', ,
n h"i ' ' '" "rU?dly trowel by
high oltlclals on the other side that In no event
Uta.ll Ilro.,. I .llow.,1 to t.k.
, "''"' "" ' P,P
len ml. fur Irwin, or not. Apoltt
taa In A rtranaaa ha.l laana.1 a pin til.
tee in Arkansas nail isaiiM a emmar oecianng
rpnin tamiiiisies for rim re eriMi. in pf.Kiu
certain tandidatea for oiUce elected, an cx-Ku
Klux chief hail said that he would bring a thou
sand men to see that they were inaugurated, and
ex-Confederate Generals had been sent out to
train the partisans of this ommlttce.
Mr. Kite said If all wai aonoatrrul anl quiet
In Arkansas there certainly shonl I be no special
legislation to the passage of his resolution.
was chairman Of the committee which Issued the
a Ureas referred tn, and their declaration was
sent to the Governor, and If troops have been
sent to Arkansas to present this he wanted to
h Mr. uayton said thai tnwe nartlea alluded
hl been dlawtrlecle.l In advance of the
wptlira of the returns, and threats had Im
Mr. uayton said thai these nanies alluded to
IIt n OF lUTREff F.NT ITU ja
Mr. Haldemao. of Pa., Introduced, bv unani
iii"ui vuiiacua, m iiauiuuuu min iiiik in i uuuuiia
tee on centennial anniversary to Innulr intn th
mous consent, a resolution dim ting th commiu
exneiliency and feasibility of taking a census of
the United Mutes on the IstiUyol June, H7.
sntrcAlf AL and dbsxoinim iMrROTMiKT.
Also, a bill for the relief of Donal I JMUy He
ftrred to the Committee on Claims.
Mr. Harris, of a. Intrmluid aLlIt for the re.;
tlaf nf raartaln hannni fur nprinarta (laatrnvail lia- '
aiithovttTor tha iiiwammant iinrin- tha raiaai. .
lioo. lteferreil to the Committee on Calms.
Mr. Archer, of Ud , presented the petition of
U. W. Pellaugton, Jacob Tome, and one hundred
and six other tltuena of Ceui county, Mit, pray -
lng an appropriation for the deepening oi tho
rhannelofFik river as far as Ukton, Md. lie-
ferred to the Committee on commerce7.
Mr. Chaffee, of Colorado, Introduced a resotu-
tlon that the rules tie so changed as to authorize
the Hpeaker to appoint Delegates upon tne com -
mlttees on Indian Affairs, Publio Land, Mines
and Mining, and Private Land Claims, with the
lama rlrrlita ami nrlvilanaa aa Ihaahi.a li.iha
Louse. He ferred to Committee on Rules.
riu,torrditb xxrKX-Rx and oiticxm or ikteh-
Mr. Dawes, of Mass., from the Committee on
tt ays and Means, reported a bill to reduM) the
otTliers and expenses of the internal revenue,
Mr, nswes saia inai ine taw oi junea, isix, re-
quires the Commissioner of Internal Ke venue.
..n ifna. .Tanua-v 1 tu7 trtvn.il.. a iha num.
berof collection districts to eighty, and to dts-
i harge all collectors except one to each or these
mate result byalL that the commissioners and
other machinery of the service should be redured '
slin-etho reduction in the revenue came to be
The provision in the law of Juno ft, 197., had
ien adopted on tne part or tne Treasury Depart-
..-. ...luhiaiiiH l.n, il.. fait ik. nu...iia I
of cutting down the machinery In connection
with the t otung down oi tne revenue, expert-
ence an I the necessities of the revenue service
nal anown I US, a 11 was almost impracticaoie IO
carry the act as It nowatood Into effect. Itcut
down the number of collectors to one-thinl the i
preacnt number, and gave to each remaining col-1
(Iib an awa Ihraia iTmaa aa nwal aa taafiira af.
iinwn inn nuninep m roiiectnra in nne-tnini tr
v-""' -: .;-.vr-.-"r-"..".""r:"nrv"'j-"
loniingiscitmes loran evasion oi ine revenue, i aruimy iihiiuithi hib..,.. . - ttonaibank, of Memphis, Teon., vs. the Ne
ll was found that the reduction of expenses was legally untenable, ami of no algnllkance In toMl iUnk of oommen e, of Doston, which has
would not amount tnu much as was anticipated the aolutlon of this question. I occupleil the United HtatVs Circuit Coart several
when the law waa framed, and It therefore did I was aatlsfled, furthermore, that I was not i ,,,. hM m,,iie4 In a venllct for the plalnUfT or
not meet the expectation or the Department and , estopped by the certificates oi 'the secretary or 113.4,19,4.3, The suit waa brought to recover
committee, nor did it meet the expectation or the State as to this question or who are legal mem- )ltIOigM fornegllgence on the part of the de
commlttee in the matter of economy. bers of the Uenerai Assembly, That in this fen,itntslngivlnguptothe consignees bills of
The presenL ne said, was the original ma- contest of two Indues of men, each clalmmg to ia.iinrnf a lot of milnn nnon the aecentanr ttv
chlnery with some supplementary amen liuent 1
adopted when we were without experience or
pre eilent, yet It bad met the approval of the
most experienced financiers, and under it three
hundred and ten or eleven millions had been col
The various subjects of taxation had, he aald,
been relieved until nothing substantially re
mained but liquor and tobacco, A lew others
existed which the committee, before the close of
the session, hope to relieve from taxation, leav
ing; nnuiing nut nquora ami umaccu. 1 nn present
bill. It was believed bv those who had examine I
Iha anhlawt. v. nil III urTat a savlno nf ll.TlMl.non
over the act of June 1. 1911, and over $3,000,000 ,
over tne taw ai 11 aian 1 now, anu: unuer wnicn 1 ceruucaie 01 nrcuoiu us iuic, nun nut tei
the revenue is now collected. tulcates. In such a contest, imparteil tha right to
MR. umter contended 1 hold the office. And that the body which had
that the bill, which proposed to be lor a redut- flfty-oue members in the House and seventeen
tlon of officers, was in facta change of policy In In the Senate, who were severally elected by a
tiouoi uiuvera, was in ict a cnangn ot "11117 in
the revenna system, and urged an amendment
removing itn collectors an I MseB-ors, leaving
the new offices to be filled Irom either class.
Mr lliinna.il nf Minn . nnruksml the entire atuk.
lltlouof assessors, au I argued that it would ba
Impossible to collect the full revenue ln many
districts If lt was done.
Mr. Wood, of N. Y.. sal I ho could not see
where the economy claimed for tne mil camo lo.
Thd bill proposed to abolish the office of as
sessors and assistant assessor, and transferred
the duties to the commissioner of internal reve
nue and the collectors, ll further provided that
while the collectors were to be aioiuhed It was
only when their term of office expired. Home of
them bail been appointed within sixty days. It
was further proposed to Increase the number of
collectors from eighty to an In leflulte number,
the commissioner lining permitted to appoint as
many collectors aa he aaw proper.
Mr Uarfleld, of Ohio, (chalrmin of the Appro
priation Committee.) said that the Commit too
on Appropriations had, In considering the legis
lative, executive au I Judicial bill, base! their
estimates upon the law at it now atan Is, with
the understanding with the Lommls.louer ol In
ternal Iteveuue that should this bin become a
Uw the amount was to bo cut down a million
ami a half when that bill was considered.
Mr Heck, of Ky., expressed hla willingness to
unite with the member ot the Democratic party
In any measure of reform, and a such a meavure
tie had In committee agreed to tho bill under con
sideration. He pointed out tho dlrncultks and
tho confusion likely to arise from a umsolldatlon
of tha accounts or collector of districts, anl
t (aimed thai these dele ta wore remedied by the
preacnt bill and an a Ll it tonal saving of ILTUn.ouo
effected bv It.
I. Uk.n.k. -a ..1.1. . a ....,, .
jnr nuciiaoarHcr. ui wniu, isiici aueuiiim iu
the point that the duties or the collectors being
or a new character, their old bond bet ante vobl.
ami tnai no provision for a new nond was ma ie,
leaving the collectors practically under no onds
Messrs Dawes and Deck held that the ibitie
were unchanged, and that, therefore, tho old bond
remained In luil force.
Mr Duke.01 a, thought the whole subject
could be disposed of hy the adoption ol an
amendment, which he offered, abollsllnj tho tu-
icrimi rvicuii- syaivm
Mr Kerr, of Iu I , sal I this bill went a
L0N11.WAY BIVONU TUE LAW
which tt was proposed to supersede, and altol
Until a much larger number or officers without
taking away one or tba securities to the Treas
ury, but left muc h or the duty performed bv tho
clerical force at Washington in view of these
ihsnge in the Interest ol the country the bill
should bo austalued by all si Its, In behalf of
this system he would say that the tax collected
under this system was a revenue system paying
tribute to uoimdy, and v. lib the present Improve
ments would establish the cheapest system ol
tsxallon that the country had ever knowu
Cheapest, because unler the custom system
hundreds of millions would not make up the
amount taken front the people which did not go
tu the Treasury
offered bi Mr Bingham, nf Ohio, reuuliinu;
11 r pawes cons-men to aninu au amendment,
.a.. ...n. ....... .,.. : . ..... .. b.l... ..
the rolle tors to glw new tiouds, and then de
mmnii .1 ih.
iu tinn nhkhv.aiaec
rtit am ndmeni nr n ie t by ttu cjmmrtce
-.nil theaimnlmtnt pioimsel 01 Mr biuehant
nL.re thenaart' I tn.aui asaiiienled the bill
nasnosUl. ' "
1 ihe llouw tU'n nt t m i
m , aljournsl u
iThe Legislative Muddle
Iieiler af Caveraer frwU la Altarwey
The conunlsslon appointed by the Governor of
Alabama, to represent the tie condition of po-
nucai nataers in taaisuie save ikf me follow
ing letter of Uovernor Lewis before Attorney
Rvavk or Alabama.
,. Fsacirriva UarABt-fRirr,
MoarooMKKv, iHnefuber I, IU
The appeal iThlch ha been made to the Na
UnnsiUiiveriaU)Gnt by an act of the Legtslatnre
ef tbU SUte for protection against domestlo
violence, which" will be presented by the ooro
mbwooera to whom that dety has been assigned,
as well as the application, which, it la here nn
dentood. Is made by the Assembly at the canttol
on the same matter, renders It proper, in my
Judgment, that I should present to yoa the con
viction on which I acted In tha recotmltlon of
the gentlemen assembled at the I nlted Mates
coon rooms as theUeneralAssemblyof Alalsuna,
and In refnsing to recognlxe the gentlemen as
sembled at the captlol as that (Jeneral Assembly,
1. The particular building tn which the Uenerai
Asseiuojy snail mrci is not specineo mine con-
stltutlon, nor by statute, nor was ll ever sped fled, t
Oursututewhfchlsnowin force, and has lareo
In force ever since the capltol was locateil In this
city, only delaresthat the Uenerai Assembly
shai meet "in the city of Moniffwrnerv." Ami
when our capltol was In Cahaiii, and' later In
Tuscaloosa, the statutee then In force merely di
clare.1 that the (lenerel Awmbly shonhl meet In I
those cities respectively? 1 therefore toncluded I
that when the uenerai jvasemoiy met "in the
rltyof Montgomery" the place of meeting was
legsl.lt lielng Immaterial In what houe in the
limits of the ilty they chose toconvene. Jn imlnt
of fact, when ourrapltnl was burned In I,, front
neces-Itj the General Assembly convened in an
other butldmg In this itly, and while the body of
genilPtnen meeting In the capltol bad the pres
tige or 11 mom as 10 ine nnuie in wnicn ineyion-
venei, yei insi
?ned.vet that was no essential ingredient In
ie elements of a u-lr of men ilalmliig to l-fl the
e icral Assembly of Alarms.
As the memorial, which will l presented to the
National Government by the commission era bav
Ing charge of that matter will present h" fa ts re-
iment by the coin mission em hav-
at mallorwllt nraaant 'hafaifara. (
tn.h in the return 1 I alSin
iha TceVnc.tea he tlm V retarv
niniim1 tuV-mr'Tn m2
-peri inn ine irani
the laatianrenf th
of isuie for the members from lUrtwur and Mv
of these conn 1 lee eleiled Itepnblkan memhersby
tarjf mahritu, and that by the most an laclons
frauds lertlflrates of election were Issueil by the
Secretary of Htate to the liemoi ratio memtaers
from both counties, all of whom are now sitting
In the capltol congregation; ami that there la not
a man In Montgomery who has the effrontery to
aaaert that any of these Democrat! obtained a
majority or the votes nest In that election; nor do
the Demncratln congregation at the capltol pre
tend to deny that frauds produced the results,
the Irene fl ts of which they seek to retain.
It is nroner further tn state that the six mem
bers from lUrtiour and Marengo are necessary to
constitute the quorum of the House of ltepre- . .
sentatlves meeting at the lourt-house, recog PrtlealaraariheCIIWan The lavraslaa
nlzedbytne and that the members from either j Hon at lfarriahnrg.
Itarbour or Marengo are essential to the quorum I1in.AinarnM.Iw t Dispatches front Har
of the corresponding hoily meeting at the capltol, rlsburg reieai the information alrealy published
The Senate of tho two bodies was also so dl- regarding the rallroa I aa Ment, eol also state
vlded that the courtroom Hcnate had no quorum, that V Dantz, who was kllleilwith his wife
that our Uenerai Assembly, by the constitution, and child, was one of the doorkerpera of the
(.oiisIbis of one hundred tmrubcru, and that fifty House of Iteprcseutativea at Washlnirton.
one are necessary to a quorum; and that our ( The Brat section of the Cincinnati express waa
Henate conslsu of thirty-three members, and that half an hour tichln I tune, and the sveund aee
scventeen are necessary to a quorum, without tloti, whkh ran Into the flrsr, was to tie one hour
the Senators rrom llartiour, from Marengo, and behind ll
from Uutler anil Conouih. 80 that, as ongually j lUttswsnuj. Decern l.er 6. The engine of the
organlxeil, the capltol body showed on their rolls first Cincinnati express cast waa making steam
flfty-fonr members ef the House, all with certlf). ' badly. U hen about a mile east of Miflln the
tales of election, and nineteen .senators, alao .rear car of the Hrst train waa ran Into by the
mthcertlflcateBol clextlon. The certldratea are I aecond setllon, kms king the rear car on ft the
lssuclbyihe -secretary of Htate, and should be , bumper and half wav through the car Imme
In aucontance with the rrttirns In his office. Ulately In front, killing the persous alreaily
which the aupervlflora of the election aro required named. It is supmmed they wrre Instantly
to make from each county. killed, aa the bodies were 00M when extrtcale-l
six tueintxcra with certlfliatea of election, and ,
the three thembera from Barbour, (who hareier-
UBcatea from Ue pdraent secretary of Bute, n
1 oonbwg to taetetarW in hatAlaae,)aud the three
I eaeinlrcrs from Msrengo, without rertincatea
Mhough universally vouceded to have ret el veil a
1 large majority of legal votes.
1 1 lie luurt-house benate haa on Its rolU fourteen
Senators with certiorates! the HonaUir from bar-
tNHir, (with no oertinoate from old Hecreury of
j btale, but with (.ertitkat- from present Secre -
' tary 1 the Senator rrom Marengo, whose right la
on the same Moling with the members of the
I House and the Senator rrom Ilutlcr 'and Cone-
' tuh-Mr. Miller. There are other Ih-nimratle
Senators and memirera of the House whose seata
am I out paint for frandlllent returns. Dut the
case Is fully presented by those specified.
On Thurailay, wth lii-lant, after the rival
bodies had been in session since the Monday .
week preceding, when each body had uotnU
mouly rejetteil the ultimatam of the other,
when the officers of my ail ministration were
called upon for pay, fuel, stationery, books, Ac,
by thebodyoriheieptlol, when bills were being
presented to me lor slgnaturri when I was l
openly threatened with impeachment by the J
capltol Assembly; when my complete retbence, t
aoesseutlal to a compromise by the rival bodies
was generating distrust ln me on the part of
the court-house Assembly, and Impeachment by I
of which I never believed,) when there was no
money in tne treasury! a noauugueoi, createu
"7 my nrcueveaaora ui sia vt khh numimi
thousand dollars; vf ben the Interest on our bond
falla due, on the 1st of January, some of which Is
psyanie in Laonuon, our uirv-. numia hoiih vmj
Al panla nn tha iliallar. and (nlf rallmSlt bonds
onlyceuts I felt that I should be criminally
negligent u rciusen an; hhikti mucinmmr,.
by executive recognition, which was the legal
orni.-rai Aanrninij ui Awnuin.
In determining this very delicate question, I
lelt that 1 was not tiound by the action of my
preilecessor, Oor lindsay, as be had placed hut
riwIiLTtlltlon im the BTOUnd that the Uenerai AB-
:::...-,... r. r .k....ini .-.n.n -m,..
1 the General Assembly, the nta question was. I
wuikii iiMuiv-uunmcmirti. m .1.. ",.VL "V
seventeen In the Senate, who jrmlred the ma-1
i".':' z": ivtz'j. :"-:-... ;..:;-:." .:. ..?.
Kicia n intn iiicj it.jm.miij nauum u uuu-
sent? That the same Inquiry must be made by
the executive, within the means or the depart
ment that would be made by either House on a
contest or two members ror the same Beat, or In
the courts on a contest lor the right to an office.
That the certificates by the Secretary or state
were nut conclusive In such an Inquiry, when
contradicted bv the legal votes In such election.
Ami mat a majority 01 iruai vines tot m uivuiircr,
eutltled him to hla seat, though be possessed no
111 1110 ntuiw, nuu nno ., ,.; nmvi v
1 majority of the legal vote cast In the comraunl-
tie which thev claimed to represent, though
they did not hold ccrtlficatea of election, was the
1 nnatltotlnnal and leiral Uenerai Assembly Of the
j State of Alabama. That In our representative
government, where officers are elected by ballot.
If the fraudulent returns and false certificates of
urnoers, can by technical construction, preclude
Inquiry Into the tltal question of what waa the
will of the voters, a shown by their ballots,
that their elettlonB becomes fanes, and tho ner-
juml officers may finally defeat the known will
of the voters
Following meso views, ine question as 10 tue
House waa vt easy volution. The tertlfliates
held by the Deinw ratio members and senator
from llartronr county are shown to be false by
tbe returns of the election officers, on file in the
office of the Seen tary of State, as well as tbe
whole machinery by which the frauds were per-
Sietreted, And though the proof of the frauds in
ilareugo county aie not ou file In the Secretary's
office, yet they are equally undoubted, aud not
denied even by the Democratic members and
Senator who hold the certificates ol election
These bIX member taken from the House leave
inat ooiiy witnoniy lony-eigni mcnioera. Ann
these aiv ended to the House of Itcnrt sentatlves
In the court-rooms gives that body fifty-two
members 1 nis view leaves no uonni as to wnicn
Is the legal House of Hepresentatlves.
In respect to the Senate, the transferor the
two Senators front Harbour and Mareng leaves
the cnurt-rnonk Sin ltd with sixteen HenAtorn.
an t the capltol innate with seventeen Senators.
1 have already stated that Mr, Miller, or the
courtroom Senate, claims the seat from Datler,
Luuecuh ami a intrt or Lscambia, (a new county,
composed ol part or Conecuh aud others,) which
com(MMe a senatorial district. As soon aa the
omiers or the election made their returns, Mr
Miller, witnessing and knowing the fraud lu his
alleged defeat, gave the Iwiid, prepared tbe
sworn petition and notice to his adversary pre
airliied by the statute, and came to Montgomery
with his witnesses toiontest the election Aud
the contest has been submitted tu the court room
Senate, acted upon by the same, and Mr Miller
declare! eiectou uy a maioniy 01 mo voiea cast.
nis an Ternary noi appearing in tne couiesi, wr 1
Miller's Wllnswas prove that at tho boxes In
camma county the Democratic votes were put lo
two boxes the vote! for electors and members
or Congress in one box. and the vote for the
State and county officers la a separate box tbe
tickets being on separate pieces of paper tt bile
tne Kepuniiiau ticket, containing the names of
all the candidates, on one Piece ol paper, (aa was
the tase in another coiintlca bv both names, as
la believed,) were Put lu ono Itox, that contain
r. Itisl ,'iinlaln.
I ( nnrrrnasm.!
for Slate and
ing ine ih raw ntm elector aim c
were put In another box, and that
tho voles the Henubllcan voles loi
countv officers were all relecied. while the I htm
uc ratio votes fn the same officer were all
counted Other f rati la itere practiced in the
other countle composing his Ulsrrkt Tat
provi Bauaueu nie mat ne was ciecieu,
This view a as eauallv conclusive as to hlch
body eoald show a Ut& senate Bo far as frjiu
com luiluna, almost every day accumulates frf
evidence ot fraud in thtso and other cases where
nnfalta arm at.nillnn' an.l tha. a fpie.liilan, &.
loritr in the sute. and would nndoubtadiv btva
UefeattHl tbe entire state ticket hut for the No farther nellcobaTln appeared, tha tnf
sri lncrcuaof it- ltcpahUcau tou la oonhf 9UU l4MU.-cnWt 1) itilllnrro
Alabama, unexpected to tha Democrate party.
In all this I hare acted with absolnte honesty on
the most sincere convictions of law and fact;
As was expecteil, my refassl to remgniae the"
rapltoi assemtdy and my recognltlmi of the
curt-room assemMy the Uenerai Assembly of
the mate or Aiatwiaa, produced an explosion of.
Indignation and threats by the gentlemen at the
r.tnlol ind their friends la this city. Mv lm
tiearhmerit and successor were the lopleof the
dT, (Krtlsy, the nth Instant,; fnnU wrre ralseil
or their exntnie. c nfclerate General John T.
Mo gin ilet Isred that f irty th'-asaml mea (truopn
was the wonl renorleil in mai wimkl laarir ihann
secret session at the Cstlld and the nae plained
presence of the most ilistliigulahel Coulrderate
leaders from contiguous anil remote pottlvnaof
t'nder these rlraustaDees, Mr. fitfofiaeh.
shehlTof the county, a Idreswd me a letter, "a
popyof which Is feerrwtih sent" Concnmng In
hie views, I tegTaPM UpuiaT.B, Weir, It
I nlted "tat t-tiVy. at 0lUka, after night nr
lh, to come to MonYgoniery, with all dlsposabra
ffirre, by orit tram, to wlth-i he responded.
Early on ftatorday morning Lantaln tt etr arrtveil
with SO men, and reported to Mr, Mrotiach, wlm
stationed them en a vacant tot adjutamg the"
eapttol, where they are now quietly tented. They
have done nothing and leen asked to do nothing.
The moral force of ftirlP nra.ai.tn hai had a Iran.
anlllxlnr influence on the numrnQntty, which vin
iratea the glorr ef the national authority
in,iaitiii A-aw-uniiT wmm in acaeiotl IH'iet OI
the day on Hetnnlar Thev v(vlnil ihiak that
the troops will be naed to remove them from the
rapltoi, and place the reeoprnlaed General As.
scmblyin It, imt no such art is contrmplalel.
The Assembly at the capltol ha. nu quorum la
aiiha-hnnaa V, i. ,.i.. . .JLL. .
knwn ,T.v, . h! H?f.?Z?1,TZll
RSTwr!. iTOk a
L1-" TPJtl il. iim ItT !.,h.-li,'iS
i.me"AVZ. "I.V.K! .f??'?-40" "'!
rhyni-YdMRbia n. nSai U iZ
K?rn nZ .1 hii im iSJLViAaiS
and all their friends, nnder my sugrestion, have
not given the least nnbltn mnffeMatlonof pleaa
nre or triumph, an I they bars through this long
ami severe trial shown a cohesive unanimity, a
patience ami a moderation In their overtures for
lompronilse which nothing but a sincere convic
tion of their rights, anl a solemn belief that
everything was at stake, mold have Imparted.
I amproul to state that 1 believe thler con
i . "Z-Xwhn, Zt a coninitV -innrS
noVuS i K TeVvJ L stiiSTat I iV-T 1 Tr
K ?.. JL ..S.1?." .'VV..VJ J?2
fidence in mv rectitude was never for one
T2azn"r ' MiJ,zZl lZ',nl, i. v ..'
response tO Mr. Mlrolrach S reqUCSt that I mtlsk
"T tht ln WMmunU hU prompt presence
tone rrentcd Tlulenee. revolution ili! bloml
""'A w any p.n.er of mv admlnl.tr. Uon
had been Impea. bed and arrestcil, as was univer
sally belle veil nn Friday, no other power but the)
presence of national authority could have pre
vented the rlTuslon of Mood, or perhaps the de
struction of the city. The summons of any local
im by the sheriff would, on such an Issue, have
been so near an alllgnmenthy race, In this com
munity, that the preservation uf pcaiet.y such)
means woul I have len simply Impo-aiMe.
Cspt, elr has shown the highest qualities of an
orricer an I gentleman
I have the honor lo lie, jourolredleat servant.
Uovernor 1 Alabama.
I'INNh I..AM HAII.KOAIl AttlllL-NT.
from the ruins. It U rumored that tberels atlU
another budv In the debris, but It nee-U con
nrmauon. rive persons wna were injured all
rnimuM their Journey (11 the aaiue train, aud
thHrnatwes are rwi tmotHBi- 4
1 iiAaaisitriui, Dec. e. Among the wounded In
, the accident at Mirtlln last night are Thomas M.
Hoyreand wife, of Flltabetb, N J and C. H
itemy, of Indunapolia. It took over an hour to
extncateMrs. Harrefrora the wreck, but she waa
itile to walk away when gotten out
1 Hakiiucro, Pa , Dei . At a partial examl-
nation here this eienlng In relation to the col
, nnon on the Pennsylvania railroad last night,
Die flagman or the first train tettlfled that
fPW minutes lierore the collision, and when twn
thirds over a straight plee of track, two miles
In tanmh ha nlaa.tir.tl iha aauui.l levin nnnina
mn(1 moved the red light as a wsrulng en
nal; felt sure it was observed by the
engineer of the following train as their
appeared to lie a slackening of speed, he broke
the coupling Just before the accident, but It was
moving at about fifteen miles an hour when
struck by the se ond train. The engineer of the
a, ond train testified that when he reached the
two miles of straight track he wabhed for tho
read enl oi the first train, hut did not see it
when he entered the straight track, the head
in;Tit of an approaching train on the left track
prevented him from seeing the wav
(ng 0r the red light, as he rounded the
the first train, applied the air brake reversed.
nut the momentum was such that when th
coupling broke between the trader of his engine
and bis first car he could not prevent theeoM
slon; he had not the slightest idea that the first
train had lost any time from the bvsl station
until when about to strike it The engineer Is
one of the oldest, and const lereJ the most
cautious orf the road The examination will bi
Heavy Yrrdlct Against a. Ilaak
"""'.'i " "jT'"" v"" "o jncn-uB ma
IVwtov. Dec. o. The case or the Merchants
the eon.ifjneea or a thirty days draft drawn
against the shipment and attachel totneiitiia of
lt(UnB tn(, lea to 1B, uefen-lanf bank for ool-
The tilslntlffs contended that ltwasthedntv
of the nank to keep collateral until the draft was
I laid, and that by reason of giving up the bills or
adlngthe plaintiff lout their security, the con
signees having failed i-efore the expiration of
the thirty days alter accepting it,
V SCUM Kit NOMINATION FOR MAlOR.
Moses Kimball declines ihe nomination for the
mayoralty of Doston tendered him last night by
flrn. llle oombe Kills Hentaeky Den
pcrada, Cincinnati. Ibi- ft. It is reported thatThnr-
itsy night, at tt illlainatown, Ciraad tounty, Ky ,
,. - , - ,,. lu,,i .hm .n.i viiia.ifi.nra ii.,
". '" KMill iSK
pntoi-t.au in Dl own tntgh.
The Kentarky Library Drawing,
nvcTWNATL Deo. a.. A dLatratch from Louis-
vlile aaya the capital prixe In the library illstrlbu
tlon to-morrow has leen fixed at lia outl, ami tho
toul amount to be distribute 1 is tils,";.
Matilda Heron and Ihe llyrsve Estate,
San I haw. uJ0, Dec a. Matilda Heron has si t
Med the controversy about her clalmi oil Ihe ef
tateof II 11 Dynie with the executor.
Heath of Judge Jekusou,
COrnimi, Dec in. Hon. Thomas . Johnson,
sr, Justice of the Supreme Court "I the State ol
New 1 ork, died here last night.
Till. WKATIILU Ul.rOUT.
ttASHraaToN D C , Dee 1. tsn, I a in. )
avNorvia roa ma r ast twkhtt-iocr hours.
The barometer has risen at the canatlati sti
lions, and In the Middle and Kssteru btiler.wlth
northerly and northwesterly winds and partly
clou ly moderate weather On the lower taken
westerly to northerly winds, high barometers,
and cloudy weal her prevail. lathe Northwest
high pressures, rold and partly cloudy weather,
MlthscmihevMterly winds, which conditions ex
ten I over the upper lakes, but southward to the
Ohio river gentle northerly wind and moderate,
fair weather, with high barometer In tho Uulf
and South Ailanlb states northerly and easterly
wlnl, alonly increasing pressure and lulld aud
partly clou ly weather,
For the Northwest, Wisconsin anl Cie n rero
utes, light southeasterly and southwesterly
wind, high baronietera, txdl anl partly loudv
weather exten ling to the Ohio valley Fur thu
Uuir and South Atlantic sttte partly cloudy an I
clearing weather, with northerly winds, lower
temperature and nigh pressures. On tbe lower
lakes, and thence oer Ihe Mid lie and Eastern
mates, nonneny winut, negu oarumeicrs au 1
partly cloudv weather with slightly I jwer tem
peratures, ueneraiiy ctear neither and north
westerly wind in Canada.
Tue Norfolk Jour'nilaajt of Washluglmi
and Loo UnlieHtv 'Tho fnpd of tho Ml
aourl Chair of Applied ChetuUlry amuunt t
near 4'j0,iki0 Keutucky Chair of History and
Pi.llil. nl Li iinuuiv. lo yW.UOU. Lou Is) sua I Imlr
I - : . : . , . .'.'.. a. u. n.i a.i
' "' Modi TO Ulll5lia7CS, lOfSi"Wt luxasvnaii
I ol )PPH- -Mathcniallc-, lo lAdU. 'j h.
fund fur Ihe Irglula Chair has rem li
U.OOt), aud will bo appropriated to oue of tho
tnn-t useful school lu tho university Tim
plan I to have a chair Irom eath btato in
dowed with V),arO. to hear the State name
At exchange remarks that hU the Scotch
Covenanter were famous for long acnicer
tba Ene-Hah RltuallatB ftDOear to ba beating
them, aoi provealU poiitloa by copjloi; u
.. ' . -. a 5 ...a . t ;..-
I Dtut three, tad continue until further notice
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