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VOL. XIII.
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1872.
NO. 18.
auctionsai.es.
J
fcm
V LATUIKH JL- CJM.ARY
uttawnt rormir I'MitMriTkoU eve, and Uv Ih
Mivmr imrt iwuumr,
LXtVA"Xfay
"liJfiiVAVMhiv urnvi-on.v
pBHDAYaitf .TODAY kVEAlNQNj, December
i. it. in, ii ana -w, oommnoiuif at i (retort, at our
MMfcajrootiriv h4ll Mil Uik ttmre snperier col
CK torUe ! to ellend th aal tin have
thlr mm e.twnt-4 by the anrtli ..-. ,
i-maMah. LATIMEIt k cLKAIlY.
declMd tUf) Auctioneer.
BY UIKKN de VILLIA1IK, Aertlewrrr-,
1001, Dorthweat Corner of Tenth and 1) street.
GRAND AND TTM1 OF T0Y
. Otf TUESDAY, UwnWlJ. I ft eorameortn ml
10 dork, a. aa., and al Jg o'clock, p. m., an d to con
Hotm darlr. rnurnlmrs and twain, waul tha Mock
Uaiapnaadof, W shll Bell, at the. liraneh store-of
Haaar. UnUflf. Bakreuds k Co., No.en pepnrlv.
nliiTtiw, 9Muo worth of reiy dealraUa Toy.
Tahnai Ouk. lot aiiraa Um than 11, and above
.. uiii unit vaiwui-r""S '" i"vraii w
trlit, with appro'
IRUNJk wIIXIAl
Auction
"T""1 "I". unun.
lrXATiiiiii v ci.kah.,
J) AaetkxMr and Real katat Peckers,
DuotklRM oa.r Peon, avenn end fciaveaUi street,
,A War Uffloa BaiUia
toOSt O TtTEADAT, lb 1?th Inatsnt, at II
JUWo'oInch. mon tha, praaila, w ahall ell. in
lb ktrnrtbfi1ir.ana lotaf AltWrnar Htnek, onn.
KHnjrof a Doll, atxHit two rear old. and aeveral
w,mifrBandCal-eaof the aem stock.
Also, flora, natrona. Carta, Herne, Mo win if
Machla. and other Fannin Tool and ImplrmeuiB.
N. Ik llrwond la ou the He veuih-e treat road. lia
tnadtat y adjoining th Soldier' Hum
inipiriM. ukiini.K m uieAaiti,
Auctioneers.
Br LVTIMKU A CI.KAUY.
Aaatlourr and Ileal katat Broker.
Sonthwtat corner of Ifnn. rr and )Jrventh street,
Star Offloa Building
RTirrrvn nthTv at AirrTKiw
Waahafl aril, on TUKHDAV' WOUNlNU. f.ni.
ir IT. iatllo'olork.n.af,our AwclnmUnoitia, I
talAAi. r&oif AIXFAItTHOrTHFWOftLb.
H oanta.1 atatlr and In irroiia undrr Franrb !
I hUadalPhla, Fa.
idhim, imjit mnmr in Aitiimirr tiuiuranu,
frntn
.. . . ,
A SKLFrCT AMP VALUAHLF COLLFOTInN OF
amf.mOan msTohV, anu il- 'iUnth or
ATaXriVii4 AND FRENCH.) ON
Oil
Til
iMMwraimira iiir iiiv-u iinranc i-r nnapianinir macbina.aii circular aawa.on roortU
tnaaanUr Nowon ""J"'!.'??,-- . nf-.nv lurwachinr,onahiinnn)Bcblnisona iU aaw.thrra
.LATIWEQ k CLFARV.
Auctioneer.
PMlnrt) Dnya.
BY41HKEN A: UlLLIAnH, AiNUiMn,
MalduLnorthareatoornerTrnuiaodDalreeta.
EFfl flAIE Of A NKAT TW(
gDWgXf IVOOS THE RAHT t
MBIA HTHKFT, BFT. P AND
NEAT TWO-MTOtlir i
HIDE OF
COLUMBIA HTHKFT. HFT. P AND U AND
NINTH AND TENTH HTlttETH, AT AUCTION
'
EBy Ytnus or a qaeo or iruat to Joanna
Wbltqer and u-aetf, dawd Septamber a. lsro.
.- .-., j."7---i--- -v.
1Y I.ATniPH d: CI.KAHY,
li Aoctloaaan aaat Heal kaute Itroker.
Corner of PrnnarlvaoU avenue and klerenlh street.
,r uisoe niuiuuw
kokat UUmpO. laatrumeula, ITJsljfuU acre drlv
e-a.4altiil tnurUri. 1 nair cbimltera. Iboidraw
ina- iB-trum-iila, 1 kettle. I bra-a apbrot, t Up borera.
1 spring waipia, w ruouer uucria, aaiui
f okrrs, 1 rake, t fir sfaovnA, 1 canteen an.
- iiiiDBu j. ii'ittfiiiu a. !.....
Ka uan.a av ,,..... .. -..--, . . -,
II IA.ll .n-kaul nh.ai T.lilh a.lrl 11 alrawtl
aTA HV.IWIf VHUW,ariini a vh.u vu .-.-.
IT. "AW OF VALtt,
DIE IMpnOVFD
Eitur ntm-tr,
lltllall-ll. I III! M
ID OUMKtiiM HTfikKTM. UKOWlh ,
"l 7 rtrln. of ilra r-Hf Ina Hopram.
WlUUmU TurTo.1k H d.v.wUla.11 at .I31UU1
r.7io?H"rBriii iSKMLss'a'sf
lTl.U,e.mT..llllilt,ll.r. . i'U
N. BtM.1 1 UMM MHIID OV .Q1
mtJ (Tit f... ... ln.i.ni.
iiln
l bi. Hroi.rir iain)iniYi.n'ii"i.ii" " un nw.i
valuabl. nd Wl kiwlaa. M..4, In tn. (Ur of
".. . ..w.-w .-,........
ltrm of mI.i f)D. ditb eaab. ..4 tha tt,noa Ii
Ulityranu romnnlrp.rtu.DU.wllb luurMl t tbi
UKriroii.
In I
inmkiiclutf ind atJimpa at cui
PllTLrp A bAliHklU;s;.J llecelvers
' UKfif h WILLI A MM.
AelOd fBUf.Gto CouTl AnoUoueara
HY TIIOH. K. VAI1AMAV,
J ii AuoUoneaf, () Beveutb a(ret.
Dyvlrinsof a deed of tryst to me-lhesiihacriber,
Cten November , 1S7. 1 ahall pffer for aala ou
ONDAY,I-ember)a.at W o'oloak.a m., acNo.
Ui Fifth aareiTnoetUwe-t. all tha furt)Uurracured
I Bi Walnut Badateada. HI MaUieaae. 4 Hi'rtair,
tOraata-wTHdowa, Trcacber Dml,! Umnirea.
tmnakt OuiwU.1 piece MatUmr, Htatr Uarpeta,
IdpfcTMMAlGlaUr.m ,. ,.
I fuMnDialiur TaUe,Hi leboard Hide Table,
I MaBrarany fiaay TUe, 1 1 able, 1 Honkera,
I rifaiVVai-v) pUck board, lowel Back.
Ifiwaijr, nvil frtvaqina, avi'ivviim a.u?u-.
rat ramiuira ana aiteuen ruruuuri
V.irhiliirA
TarrnaaMB.
AanKeoiUda
-faVrittlHN
UO. K WAOQAMAV.
Trualce.
1 No,UutDorU)weteorner TeutbandD atraal
ny virtu t a 4M f Iryal to ma, dated March 1,
lait. and duly ranurdeajn LiOar NVps, fifjto BU. one
oi ui ianu rao-raa o nauwion, v ci . i tm -
fmUADAT, Ik. In sTr Of Ie
'wrk. it. m. at A In .wiuar
,17 aquara aV im;r or lwaw
V WH. I- 1VAIJ
a Astraoaa Jarkat.
um naaver ssum-ra, na
itlata and UIovm,
Ue Boa tad Uuffs,
e jJiara i.t ntw
I.i
woi-yl
aHolw.
rln eleiraal Hudaoi
fib ui aanura
rim Whita Amrora
worth 8IW.
tr?Tlrr.T-jfTi..7r.r.TCn nia Aa i.
k nnnierou other For, all of whlrbaraluper
I order nd thla iwa. elyl and make, aud
Irotn on of tba reuabt bouaea la ina emimr)
All good wrrrauud as reieutd by tb au
lhaatientton of thctrsd nd private buyers la
requeeted to this sale, as it ottera luduceineut to
obtain grat-claa For at low Birure.
dl4 W L. WAUTkOO.. Anetiooeer
Bv
mi. aud duly reonrded Ii
ihliiirtnn DUillilir. lu aatil t)l
trtct,! wUlaelLat public aucti.m. in front of tin
lircuiaca. at 4 o'clock, p. m. on i up
irciuiaee. at
ly of Dec!
day oi lm
rii xri ...
1-4 1 and
Haaklntrtj
provemanla, oonatai
of tbre Hou, two on Haooud atreet aud on ou
Tarniaol Hals Ons hslf fsh. of which g5u nrnat
b Drrt tlm of aale, the drrrd paj iuaut to b
....- 1 J. an.l luialva aniililha. ivif h InlAPa il fmn
dayaf aala. aiid aeo
prollj5iciJlle
1 BMuraT by dad of trust on Ih
pjmxjgj
Eilo "oni of "Se-UM rwordso7V.hinrtTn: URV BRTrgLWLUSoTWastOHY ,
, O, and by dlrectCn of tha iwrtr Thereby aacir-.l. HtCK oTOBE ' ITII DWFLI YnO MtW ais
Tnrner (alnce called OoTiutblal street 18 feel aoulh u iSiTiSlbiU) tctioii 'in , fi rout of the ramW .
rom tha uorthwe-t ourner -7 aald .lot . thenc S XkCU-I W?S MONlVItto EkTOroV
eaat tsi feeUlban-e portb. 8 feetjlbaaea wt w 13,-einber, lan, .1 4 a-elock, n. m.7 ttH in.fi n '
!- !?" iul?r " tTi JaJLiSttf fef " nmimia-ioSer-B aubii.nof lota H and & lu
StJUV-1!.' tUStS tedv Woti of aquare m tomther with tba.lmvrT.ve:
afnreaald. together with tha Improvements theraou, Dl.nu th-r-o- ewauiiuf of two katori lillILK
"TZS&fJLTttlJt&Jf'iSif nn I UOVM A. Noa?eil ad ttSV atreet northwl U I
lennaol UUC "..ftV1?!. "? Seeured br a deel of (-lb ihi Ibe l-roiiri) Ona 1
after aale ih P'lr" ? U n" d bundred dollar depi-ilt ou aroepianM of blX If the
r.-tof ibe delaufilmr C" . ,,- lenuaof are not romi.ltwf with wltoluTdaj I
nffi'"-'- . -'-- aiier aaie ine Kniiienr win im. pvaay.i ai 1 Hat an.i
nurfiiimi iru'irr
OEEtN k WIO.IAMH.
our uuio xiiumuw i
o. Mi'TdW M?H8ri?7Jrr (ffii..iii ' &?" Ef-tSS i-K.niJJTC.iKrr.'KSS
nt ,1 11 tfdil .1 oi? .'litt. f.mi u"Wiil Urm. Ijllm oj amlntalr.ll.i.w ..,. II,. ir.m.l ,
JS.iiwSrt ; KS5. MSiVfiS u". "w I "nr" V1"! '! 'a lr rf l.V.mir
SXnnSI&MjiffiJZt IJnM" wimwi.ai.in J,rof l.b.T.
M.l.unm.b.Mlu tRnidA fn Icrinu (or .uff.. t ! ..
liucbM. iitatol iMurliM. 7 mwislor., i rami. , h r VV.... .. 1 I,X 'lA "l Du'- "
UuUHruvilr to tn. utL.futio.of fb. rMMont uol ! llMn rnotloit of Ih. M.tcit.ir for tb, drf.na.Dt.,
rBSJ5KfflWolW.ro??rt IIU, thU b
Jmiir ainb. Mln c4 or upon Anna tin.. tl.n d.r (lfomlrr, (la orJrnJ trial tharrinl of tb.
u AorainLalTb. Mm. ral. oV TnLmL A driKlt UO.Uya rr.lol4.ililntl brln. (inirl to maka
olJ.o"uiL.r.l7.W tb. i.urrh.T at tlni of fof Iota W and tl In wtur, H In Iba proo.nl
illi AllronV,TlS-lo.iir.lomi al l of Pur Mi".ln IWa ra. dnrhlM. iliWl rKirt bo
ii. . ua u nil tiwuiv i m rritnurn ihvq Dira id mun. raunea iiui eon
eeaabr. ak 4
BL cfatnlnaf,
4JnsvToetng
d.I-aodfcd
?rfaSitelASM IluwruiueiiUrFtiotktsiraoffledliiwir
r rt purcnaawrt Mt 1-oTng Uvo.Ut-o Waablnirtim city, Diatrivt of
onzit iififfiAkli ' iSSB'Ji JSSffWtS'Si
uT.i, c;o. .iMns rsTSorriK'a'
ll
Noa, ra and M Pentwrlvaal avruua, eorner of oflaldeauu.
Nlnll) aTrtfl. Olvrn under my hi
iMiwiiifUunuiuu,i mar ocaerwia Dr law
AiDBrrFfAfifBOBiXfcr w ..
On WKlifigapAY WOBNlNO, Dacaoiher IS,
romiaaoTag-t - lypbxk.w wUl e-U, wiibln our
aalfarwoui-, a Urr. liral aa4 fWM Lin of
Fura, reoafved f royi a wb Jeaala Haw JWI bowae,
UiyitbolL.TkalakMiaMui jW m
Itn HuaUa HabU Haa and Mug.
Via Fur Weal Hao.Uea au.fMi.ffa.
lhitAatrasaneUMaiJMuffa. .,
.auAi.tneHtn
Coer, v. a iniii mi v i auu iu
n II in Todd a aubdirUiun or tiart of
iaudainaouaraN
Ilk all ilia Im
auctioxsai.es.
F.t.ri. Put..
MTrlAI. RALE 01 fHlODS FOII THF. IIOM
,dl
IHH ANII Uil Villi lnjiilDiTL
f WIN A Tri y ru (kill ulvurb .. vu
mmMrz'
On WkDtffHDAV Molt II I NO, Hfwrnhor 18,
immncln at 111 X octorh, wo will Mil at onr Anc
lion Itoonu im lanra and aniwrtnr rollfrtlou it
ttia almTa named artic-laa. tvturrwltb many othra
--H.-v..i , Tuumn ih- fin iur pair WIlIHnil
inioir
I.ATIMM h ri.Vknv.
dcIMt . AuotloDwra.
BY U'3I. I- U'AI.I, & 0.,ArlUarr
NfW Marbta bnlldlnx,
two and WSR.n cor I'a.aTa.aniTNiolbttrert.
WTT ar. Will 1 aold. in fronl of onr auction
T,y5i:toonia.iornr Ninth ntrtand rennarl-
Uinn ihiiim nnTIIIIlKlM Hkl
"rvnlaaYwnn,onTnUBHDAT,lWhlniit.t
ffiH.,fci2pS ft..drtcKJ lwn "pri UsE
'Al II. with all Iha modern iniprovniirata. tmllt br
H d ilma., NVV, 1 ooat a Un
br WwiailnM.lN Y ooal.iii.
Tbfaa rartiatna hhra ln but llttl twd and ara
InilndW ouudiUun, Ihrrara wull worth tha at
tantlnn of naraona dtaliiD a flna tnrn-out, aa thr
tin fit rlhar uba fiw lhm
-- rai4, lini.-un "'Mfl ,u "v'l ni lUTmr
can ba awn at Hraham'a
Bruipr um iw iom. i npr ara on aMrajta and
a uarrUff Fartorr, Lihlh
AU, ft CO , Anrtionaara.
"", wiwifn ii ana k.
drl4t V U Wi
rjNITED STATES MAK91IAL HALK.
.Tu?1rlao k writ of flrlfariaa laanM from lla
Clvri'aOmoeof tliaHiiiiraniaCourtof tba District
of Ulurabla,andta madlrortd.I will afll, at pub.
lie aala, fr raan. In front of thf conrthiniM
dm of Mid Dltrkt,on MONDAY, th mhdr of
Jmiar nail Isft b l Mlnb am ll j1..i-
"." VT7 ..MW"T " " l'WiWB IU.. Bit UVHrilUI
... iviwkiu, v "W"ur wiia ii aai injruiar
tbalmirovfituanta Ihiraon, Maad and krlad upon
aalh protirrtj f William JamM,aad will ba aold
In aatiiff tirciition Ho, t.704. In faror of tdward
0'1 . AthtANDl ft flHAltP.
dafod UH.2LarahaXl 0
BY 44KKKN A: 1I.MA1IH, AnrtloMf-er,
No. Iixil Dorthrrat cororr Troth and I atrrrta.
TlttfSTErB pAI E or SFlI-MNOH, RTFAM FN
at aV-tion ,lH i'LAN'Na MArflWiV ki.,
fly Ylrtueof a dwsl of Iniot dld Antll IS. 1T1.
id uuit rnMnieti in ljirn. tX tu I. iif of
a land iwnrda for ttmhlnirtou county. In 111 l)la-
trlclof Columbia. I atiall
onth.fiVmKatlhi rii
ii!L Bt l.n'i-lirb n .
rornrr of MtriUmivvroufi,
ooL aud Ihinl atrrrt anuthwrat, ail Jhf rlbt. till
in ii
ttm lutrrMt or, to, or in aau lut, and all lb bnlld
miranra,Bnirnoaa,onaBtrtmrniriiiaanUboilrr1
irnra, ahrda, awl fcrioM.ona attain rmrln and boilrr.
wi.i irurunk nnDiine, an til uiiUr kQU aiiaiUOK
I to all tha machinery on aal 1 lot,
1 Tarma of al (ine third raah. 11 nc In 8 and
llliwintua,wilninUrLaaciirwl Iya divx) of Iniat
i um ij urniwny oiii im nunartHi umiara down
Lha protwrty ia it hick off AU oonveyancinK
rllaatfl-TA avfeal If IKji lamia a! aalaaBw n.a .wm
atimrrhaMi
piled wlthw
lied with wtuda lira dai a from tha day of aale, the
the riak and ewJ
nvrin
naW.m.-!?..itt!!" I rtr t
$&& .Il 13S!
- "fll
rll
l) UlthKN V VII.I.IA1IH.Aactiaeera, I
North west comer T
I'eutn and u streets.
ml lit tlioil
pun uaaer a ci Mi
ll If WAItNFn, 1 -.,
HE.NIl. MlltAJBirH(lFRi Truateea.
dMlMgdS
iiui-rn niiOaiAlH,Aiula.
rpHW IS TO UIK N01ICK THAT THK
a. piiiBM-rnrrr uh oniiiuni irora ine nnprema
IN THE Kl'PHKMB CODIIT OF THK IflH
TKKrr IIP COI.UUUIA THE ID DAY OF
uu ri-nor.n, ...
a.lrl .Hllillaha.1 In Ihanltv lit U aaTllnu...n II CI ..n.,a
rT rsrv: --" "V - - ",.
m eauu 01 mre ncpeaaiva wweaa muore aatq uay.
.. .....-..
report state tha amonnt of sale to be 1M Tl
Arua
HyK
'tsst It. J MElOH. Clerk.
r. ac4-ytlw
Of '' 1'MUIA.TIll. 1IT1I 1A ol" IllChM
lilrl.M.1 I lliftlll ' '
:&a?Sf ssid ia isk '"j"u'
ldtt1.ofavl.iill. mrmiOoort u
Ur I.. ! UH.U.M.. liiil,l(Jl.rk. 4r-ThJ
-N
I
N TIIKSLTHEMRrol'IlTOI'lIIKDISTniCT
Ala:
iirtaiui.uiA.
laudrr IL Rhrphpnl aud othrr.
Ornied. unleaa ranae to the i-outrary be abuwn
ou'ir before tha mb day of lecrinUr, 171, pro
vided, that a oofiy of thla order ahall ba prtulea lu
ttme newiaper rnbllahedlntbeltlalrU-tof Uolura
la, once a week for three week In tb meantime,
IW (Wtourt, A WYLIK.
Alruacopy. (d(K-TwJ RJMKJdH.Uk.
fpIIIS IS TOQIVS NOTICE TIIATT1IR8UB
1 UCItlUFlthu obtained from tn Hunrem
Court of tha ln-trlolof (VJmnbla. boldluif aaperlal
term, letters testamentary on the eraoiial eatate
of Patrick OAavr.UUof Waablmrton oouutr, p
C diioeaaed. All paraons havlugclaiiua aa-altiai tha
aald daoeaaed ar benby warned lueahiblt U. aama
wit ttia toucher thereof, to tha aubarrllier, on or
bifur tb d dir of Doeiulerneitj they may
otUerwlaebr lew kscsfiludedfruui ail benefit ot the
aaldwtala.
Olveu uuJer niy hand tUl Id day of necemtier.
npIIItISTOOIKNOTICRTHATTlIEHUIl
I acr llrr baa obtained from tb Buprem Oourt
pftb Dlatriet of OoJombi. holding a m-ectal Term,
letter of admlnUI ration d b. n, ou ina Mroiial
anlataqf lIrMRtUAUiiv,latof Viaahluirtunoouutjr.
I 0.dMew. AIIerMiua bavlrw ilalma airaliihl
tU aald daevaa4 are hereby warned to estilbll tb
same, with tba voiloUtr thereof, to tbe aiiimorlbcr,
uuor before tit" abtU day of )) netti ttiey may
otherwlae by law be trig Jed f lull) B4 Inneflt of the
aald eetate.
Ulvrn under mr hand this ttth dtr of June, 1ST1
11L JKhOP MIIJ.Ul,
da-Th3w AdmiuWrtord.b.u,
r thnreiif. lo lb aubacriber,
day of lhretnber nlt they
b xoludd from all bauatll
LOFCOLUUHIA,'
M JeUlia IUtes
aj'o, Ia EqnllrDorketD
Prattela 4 Daviaa.
, Oa motion of tn pul
kr aoiliHtur, it I wtder
a pUlnUir. by Mr It, Boa Per
rsderad that ibt dofandaiit, Fbj
ia his piwlie MUtmci
Its A Davik, eaua his apparij
erain on or liefor the Aral rul ill
day or urr In it fort r
days after ikla day oluerwlaa i
i tha itanaam avlll Ik nrA.
vaviieu wiiaaaiucaaaor oeiainc
Hi lha I'miri .
A HYUF,Juatle,ki).
.rifeUWJKW'vfi.V
nplllolrl TO 0 V'E NOTICE T1IT TI1B HL'B-
wklb IbavonoqaH (bnft to Ih aiibacrlber.ou or
f Lfuamlkfr naiti lhar mar
clujed fro U Uurbt of t
(liven under tny bnJ this 14th tr of December.
1871, HANNAH IKAH?, '
dacllfUw I- lecutril
riIlIS 18 TO (HVH NO TICK THAT THE SUB
J. aeriberha obtained from th Buprem Oourt
111 1UVJ K'lail 111 VI L.lallIlalUia,
llra nf admliilatratliiii ni
Jon H,MiTCNRLL,laiof Washliwtoiicitr, I C
J on H,MiTCNRLL,laiof Washliwtoiicitr. I 0.
deeeaaad. AU iwranua bavins claima atramat in said
dmeaed ar narybr warned lo aihlull th aame.
bafor lh liitb dtyof Daraniber natt, they may
oiberwl by lw b oiuied fronj U bVQSht of th
wim iui luiiiinii m-rrn'i. iu iu uwurnwr. mi ur
rr,
in
TTNITED STATES PATENT OFFIPE.
U lAASumiTfix.D 0,JHo,4 171
UathapaUtionof John H. fitua.of Pbiladvlpliia,
fs .ifailugforlbsaiteiialonof a j stent granted to
nun uuiue stuaayoi Marcu.inaH. icranunprwv
niflif lu Attaul.matit IriKnllni Marhliiaai
ft i ordereil tut ilia Uatlinouy Tq lbs oas L
flu.! ou tba 4th day of February ueili thai tha tin.
furnliiur anrymenl aud ilia kisoiiuti4 raportb
iimltiMl loth I4ib day of February neit.and that said
vnuuu vm wi vu uh ifiw aJ f viuui u(i,
Aay prou najr vvpoa this itana(ou
d.T-Siw JI. tfUEauBTTiOoraivMonsr.
vw- . e .faj.., mr nivniir i
r .i '... uiuuraaniL j
Till) IN TO IIIVK NOTICE TI1AT THE SUII
urilak.. .dj.k.l n.H ll.a &...... flrn.ri
FOREIGN.
THIERS EXPLAINS HIS POSITION.
IIU Nprerk IlefatP lu (.'ininlMr fThlrir
Fen Inn .llrelln nl rilvrklan Flh
. llrtwfrti WrUh and Irl.k-Hli (ok
Nat lrd-Tlilrr la ItrU ! rrrU
Jrory fhf Cnblnrt Aflklrn Jnpnn
.lllnlaler Mart la Itrtaln IIU PmIiUn.
PltANCK.
Tk1erallerrtkirminlttr wrThlrir.
pAkif, Dec. t. rrenMent Thlare kpperad be
fore the committee of thirty to-day and ei plained
till poaitlon. He uld theouly remedy fr the
present dlfflcult wia the orfftolzttlon of a nee
ond chamber. Ministerial reipotulblllty ezUted
already. The Executlre tnil MlnUtere were
ready to retire If tbelr acta were dlaanproTed.
He waa wllllnirto Acrvpt any other wMKfiM rfernrff
the rommltlee mlirtit itronciae. anil nmniluil tn
roofer freely with them to that end. The Fretl
itcDfa twtlmi ha a moat comiilatory effect.
JAl'AN.
Thu Urnnd Hake Aleala-The 311 ! la
C'area HMrreaarnl Klla later Marl la Ha
lata kUPaalilaa akayna Caaanl lleae
rrnl Mlaaklnttan,
8ak Fbanciboo, Deo. Id. The ateimahln flreat
RenuMlc. from okahania. arrlve.1 hrr buUt
with itatea to Novemter n.
The (iratid Duke Aleila had teen extremely
well recelred. Tbe Mikado and hla wife were to
vlalt the Knaalan tleet, after which the Oraud
iniKe win ieaTe tonne Amoor liter,
i na nnaaion to Lore a ia rei
ticceaataL, ajtnoagn me rhl
not y reiameu.
The Japanene (lovernnent employe In the Inte
rior forty-one Americana, one hundred andaer
enty KnjrUBhmen, and alty-nlne Kreuchmen.
H I reported from Nairaikl that thlrty.four
natlre C hrlatlana have lieen panloned and per
routed to return to their liuine.
Minuter Mori will be requeued to retain hla
noaltlon In the I'nlteil Hlalea Innlrad of Mennr.
recently appolnteit.
Nokaviua ha been nominated for the new poL
llonof Japaneae connnl generat at Washington.
It la reponetl that the new line of atrew
alramermtietwetn IfiinarhnnirandHan Kranclaco.
via Yokohama, will opened on the tint of
mat ih mu.h in tuiuii j, ' -A-. i '
H-n.! Pskgin sixteen flaya from nkn-
(aiiuarr, i ne airainera. it ia rxpnieti. will
I11U:T llltlTAIN.
atakiy PrrwonaMairil !" Hklpwreek,
Iahpok. Dec, 14, Information has reached
tnis city inu morning mat eighty persons wi
vhtr
were believed to have periahwi by the stranding '
of the emigrant ahin tranklin. from Hamburlr 1
for Man Franclaco. off the Island of N lleland, I
nave lieen rescued, 1
ntlHTIKil AT A IKN1AH MXkTINII.
An open-air meeting was held In Htocklon. on
Rumlay, in favor of Fenian amnesty, at which
If, usi persons were present The crowd was
very disorderly, and there waa aotne flgktlng,
during which several persona were injured. 1 he
English and elsh. who outnumbered the Irish-
niin, chargeil on the platform, carried off the
Irish flan and tramti
Hfti inem in ine mun, Mr. 1
thlger was annoumed to apeak, but failed toap-
pear,
wakt TO RtTTRN.
Theulkorerswhoemtgrateil from Englsnd to '
iiuan uovernmem 10 iwui inem in returning
home. Letters hare been received from them
Kving accounts ot me nanisnipainey nave sui
red, and warning their friends against coming
to that country.
KLIXA COOK NOTPXAD.
The Ami denlea that Ellia Cook, the well-known
authoress. Is dead, although a i-ersoq )h arlng the
same name and popularly aiipiKieoii 10 t I He
aiilhoresa, died in Dehifonl, hugland. ,
-"- -
ji:hhanv.
ItUniarrk la Itealgn Ike Prealde ncy
the
Cnblnel.
IUehum, Dec. 111. VieiturV tloMtt aav 1U
niarrk will resign the presidency of the Prussian
Cabinet, but will remain Minister of Foreign
Affairs,
Prince Frederick William ha arrlTd at les
baileu in take the waters.
NKHkOltK.
avfa4laallaa Itraardlas Ike KlflkAvraar
lU.el Plrp.
Naw Ynaa, Dec, 18. The lubeatlnaiinn In re,
ganl to ihe Ore In the Fifth Avenue hotel waa
reoiwued thl morning by the Ore marshal.
Johnlhnmpaon, a tlreman at the hotel, testi
fied that he waa in bed at the time the alarm
was given, and hearing the m reams of the girls
in their rooms, he kicked the wire screen from
tbe window of hla room, and went to thetr as
sistance, tearing off tbe acreena from their win
dow and helping them to the roof, some having
previously got there unaided. The smoke waa
very ileus at the time. Witness aald he waa
near the room In which the bodies of the girl
were aulwequently found, but says he heanl no
alarm from that varticutar room, and did not
think any one was In it, and did not attempt to
break the screen from the window. No are waa
near the room at the lime, but there waa a great
quantity of smoke,
1 ba testimony goes to confirm tbe opinion of
Ihe Ore marshal, that ihe girjswere aiiffocated,
not bnmed to death.
Ihe proprietors or the hotel think the police
for their amices the ulght of the Urf.
TwKBbnTKIAU
Teed, through hi tounsel, pleaded not guilty
to-day, ehd his trial was set down for January .
TW a MlRPIHIp KtU,
Judge Jn graham denied an informal applica
tion to-day for a stay In the i ae of Jamea C.
King, who shot Ambrose K, O'Nell, nntll a com
mission can lake the tcatlmoay of J. k. Molt, now
In f lenuany.
thi SAwnnrr swinm bra.
The offices of ihe sreatsaaduHt swindlers have
been robtied of the liooka and correspondence.
KSriroiVbrionnr'" "'""""
in nmiant parte 01 tne country.
ll is inougni me spicy innoi tna inner win n
nana aneanuan ihjdiiii.,
It. Williams, messenger of the Tradesmen's
bank, waa assaulte) on Klin street on Hatunlsy,
kunckodilown androbiiedof a wallet containing
check, notes and acceptance amounting to
f IA.MI and IIU Id oah. Some detecthea doubt
the truthfuloeasof tha atory of tb measenger,
hut the bank officer accept hi statement, s
wRiair aiiziD.
Six hundred gallon of whisky, ten thousand
allonaof mash, alx hoirsheadsof molasses ahd
gapnaof mash, alx hogsheads of molasses ahd
omer property were aoiaeii to-oay m aiiuiicii
distillery In fJeventh aveuue, and Patrick Doyle.
iher property were aeued to-day in an Illicit
uiamicij iu r-struiii aicuun, iuu i a.nia 'ic.
In charge of tb premises, waa arrested, a crowd
aiucrpii mil aiiciiiirivK iu iTnTC iur l'n'l"rtij,
but were driven oil by the revenue oitlier and
ponce.
MnLTn.J.in.U.Lrt
ou IhuM the steamship California Hat,muy
iinin niresieo ny tne cuaioma omcrraoi asivirt
lined with silks, satins. Jewelry, and silverware.
JJFKAINH Or TU AKTIMTKKNTT.
The bod uf ine late John P. Kensetl, the
artUt, I!
lie in ataie in tne Academy o Resign to.
morrow,
day.
jue lunrrai win taae piare neitnes-
OINBRAL UANlXX-K
vlslteil the headquarter of the Deparlment of i
the Inist to-ilay. lie will assnme coiumand In a
tha laal IA..1. w llarlllaaann.a.i.....arta...llna,..
tew uaya.
at ITU AUAINHT BOWIJM BRtM. AND Cfl,
It Is stated that Nathan Annleton ha com-
mem eI R ult agalnat the Uowlea liroa. for framl,
and Hen. Davie haa been appointed receiver, the
iiiiit iirmn uuw m jajawaaiim ui an ihb curria
of the late concern In thla cltv. Several Ameri
can female school teacher- travelngln pirope
Here, It 1 autetl, swindled by the J
of all their mnney.
powiea pro.
TW Tait,na AMU TBB APaipiWTaTHK.
The Tribun closes an editorial, hea-led I'lnde.
pendent Journalism, aa follows; "We hare ex
pressed onr hope, and to? a certain extent our
lieiief, that we are to bin an Administration
which we i an honestly support. We certainly
ahall not lie found captiously and nialli lously op
posing It,"
ITALIAN tMUKlRATHW.
The Italian SocietiJield a meeting last evening,
at whkh the home Government waa fiercely de
nounced for lu conduct In relation to the liamt
gratlon of ao many of the poor to this country.
1 he Italian consol here waa also aasalled for fail
ure to make a Batista tory explanation of the
causes of the exodus. It wa decided to memo
rial lie Cotigrea In opposition to what the meet
ing ilelgiiaie "this Infamous whit slave trade."
ma oirv bwinwoip dit of x,oui,oo.
An alderman of thla city itatea liiat by the iion
(aymentof rents by varijina railroads and other
corporations within the past live years, tha nrunU
rplty has lieen awlndleit out of three million
doliaH,
auiTntAPFAi.P4,
All ihe farm nlensus, hnrses, cpttle. tv hoiiae-
iri Itinaia k v liaiiua, ncm wn aut-liuil
yesterday. Th auction reauxed leaa than 1,um).
THI CHU'Aqt) AM0 Uiif M'MM KAIf.kOAO COM
FANY to-day notlAei) the Rtot k Exchange ot their Ip
teitllou to lastie 8fl,0tM aharea of new Block.
ma .Troika CAsa.
1 he case of R. H. Mtulies Is set down fur Wednes
day Judge Hoard man, of Ithioa, will try tbe
iae,
ijyrrxnT malir utTRnintn.
At I o'clock thla evening John Himmona and
Nicholas II. Duryea, well known lottery dealera,
engaged In a desperate struggle In front of a
reataurant on liberty atrevt. Simmons sue
ceeded In throwing Duryea and then stabbed
him repeatedly with a dlrk.causing almost Instant
death. Slromoqa, after the homicide, took
refuge In a neighboring saloon, where he waa
mated Boot) afterwards, but in getting away
fell. Irac luring oqe of tbe tower bones of bu
ankle.
simmona and the body of hla victim were
brought to the polite station, where Himmona
refuc-d to make any statement when Interrogated
bv the officer in Lharir. and neralatetl in hn n.
fusal when visited bylbe reporter. Ills wound
"" """-'-j --v it - aituii-iiusict
and be waa tqen Ufcsa to tbe Park hospital,
tiii-iv uww Kiuiiui iiianKii uy IWU puuwe-
men. Duryea 1 about thirty year ol age, of
, genteel apearnc- and light build, and lived at
ron Kicnmonn, maien taiann, wnere h leave
a wife and two children. Ml m mo tin and Durrea
are anppo-ed to r Immenaely wealthy. The
"iwoi me quarrel ia not known, but la aun-
poaed to le ronnrted with the tottery biialnena,
la which they were enrared.
ntopoeio rran i to gatKLKr.
Tna rnmnilllaa la nnr.nnKxl in ! ....
for the erection of a bronae atatue to Horace
urcnr, aim aiao Tnonumeoi over nia (rave.
rnnXimi.rniA.
FaaeralarKdMln Parreal.
ruiUbRLTHiA, Dec. 18. The remains of fcdwln
Furreatwere lnieirel In tbe family vault at Hi
ui nun ik'iuiiuii, mo mrirpr arriTln; inrm
at balf-paat three. Iter. Dr. Jamea D. Newland,
acmminleil by tn. Onaikenboaa, phyilclanto
thedeteaaail, beadeil the little proceaalon that
entereAl the i hnrch -tef the pali-bearera follow.
Ins, The coiTln wMuVcorated with a floral croaa
aud wreath. Hev, Dr. Newland read the funeral
aerrlre. white the aormnndlnir frtemli howed m
alienee with onoovereil heada. I'pon the concln
lonvrtheprarera the coffin waa lowered Into
the vault, and the lait aolemn act being nnlahet,
the aaaembly alow I r retired. At the vanlt, in
fclilltlon tO the dlatimrulNhed nall-beirem were
aeveral promlneut in the theatrical profeulon I
and a delecatlon of the Um c Vai froln New
urk-headed by Mayor Hall.
DKaTiior a HtiraikT.
John W Itnliitiflleat thla tiifirnini mluniiif.
four year. He bail teen enfragl in the haul
India trale nearly half a rentnrr. ami waa oreatte
reipe.ted.
mawiixorinwiN roMRW
ia dated April ft. lMMt, and contalna prorlilon for
hla alatera, which have become Inoperative by
their death. It appoint aa truatvea Jainaa
Oikea.of hoaton; jamea Hanaon, of Newlotk,
and Daniel Dougherty, of Philadelphia, and dt
recla the aale of all hla property except "Hprtng
llrouk,"ln Philadelphia, whlth he flrea aa the
location of tha kdwln Pnrreat hmiu Hal. I
Institution ahall be for the support and main
tenam e of actora and aureaaea, decayed
bv age or iiisableil by infirmities, who, I
If natives of the l'nlte.1 Btaies. ahall hare
aerred at least five years In the theatrical pro- I
an oinn, snail nave aerveil
n rears, whereof the three
years next previous to the application ahall have )
been In 'he I'nlted males, and who ahail In all
iiuiiK" nmipiy wiin me lawa and regulations oi j
the Uoina. otherwlae to ha iliaiharirMl h the.
manager-, whose decUions ahall lie flual,
ine numoerof inmates ahall never exceed the i
&&ZEVi??Xl.&,.lZSt'X:f&xi 5CJ
as shall receive the approtal'of the majority of
the inmates, as well a of the manage is. hald i
Corporation shall lie lnanairnlliv a iMwnl of aeven
managers, chosen bv the irnsteeA.and ahall In-
tlude themselves so long a any of ihein areliv- '
ing, and also of the Mayor ot Philadelphia for the
time being, and as vacant les ociur the .
''ntn fiibu mmi i iu uiiij u im-
caniy shall ever exist at a lime. The managers
mi. j en on tm etui m a iiiuc i ho inaua)(rra i
shall elei tone of their uuraler a presldent,nd
lru.i. m iriciii.c, "ninmj, irnmii, niaiiuu, i
B...I 1 .rfal A U.b U... k !....... I
-.i, t iirrunr, m i irm, ni ri iiiv iiraaurrr, I
aaii omcers snau ne rnosen inm ine inmates, '
but the treasurer and snre'Dashall not lie man-
agent. Provision I made to remedy any failure
to nil veiaucie and corm t any failure or breach
of trust by application to the Orohana Court
th. mJzAl .i ... V V.,.-r,E?!,.r1II: l
prtiy educaUonal and self-snauinlng.a well as
eieeuiosvnarr.andnevertoencourau'aidleneaBnr I
irrrif essnes in any who are tapable of useful
exertion. It provides that hla library aha l he l
localeilatthe home.whkh ahall also contain a 1
picture gallery for the preservation of hla culler-
lion, and a neat theatre for private exhibition
and hlatrinnl.. culture, tn which mini la ahall
be admitted. Lecture on aclence. literature and
art are also provided for an well as celebrations I
on the rounn or niy and Mhaksieare'a birthday,
and directs that the charter for the Inatltntiun
be obtaineil from the Htate Ugtslatiire, Codl-
ctls to the will give an annuity of IV-iu to James
oaks, and bequeataof o,ouueach to James Iw-
I Dougherty: 1 10,000 to Miss j
i, daughter of John K, Welch; '
1, of ( inclunatL and , to the 1
Miiai-etn enn,
ILlNKILoH. Fnilth.
A tors' Order of rrleudjihlp of Philadelphia.
I.IH lIN.
J Milne I.jnrh Inalallcd.
-.-',, waalnsuilwl as ImtoVo? iha eoorib ii'iall
Jft c."rt "SiB. "inneE f . sionUf. iteS? for-
Nun Oiu rams, Dc'. !, n. k Ijnrh, Itrpul.ll-
11.iv ai-i.i U....I..-h.i.i .... nn.i.. ! -,...
tlovernop arninlh- I vneh hail i.n frntu aciintr I
."'V"Y." "''."". '"'." '""'"" "
i ina inn iniin i
(lovemnr IlmMwik uou the wtiini of the
llotee Imerd.
ni waruotii iTiNTkrrrASR.
In the Prdcral Courmn the Uaruu.il. coiw
leiupt rwr, ncvrrai wiiucsse were exammeil.
No new developmenta were ini.lo. Thetasels
Ukrn umier advisement.
Till tweiiuwvri-iii
In the legislature the Impeachment wa post
poncd till A ednemlay. It I stated that lov.
armotli wont answer the clutlon.
tor axNAToniAi. uontrrt.
On the ballot for United states Henator to-morrow
Hillings, Casey. Durrell, llnrhbark and ex
(ioy, iiahn win probably i nominated, innch.
back la reaanled a tho strongest, nearly three
fourths nf the Legislature being colored.
arTlMlg OKlniRATMl
"Before I look my seat I waa Informed by f Jen.
Longatreet that I hail Teen elected. Him e then
I have learned that hy aome arbitrary ruling, and
without any warrant of the law, four poll w ere
thrown out, and In that way the Hovee returning
board taade out that I wa not elected."
nit kLkcnoN or rxmator mrrroNin.
Kkworlianx, Dec 18.In the Legislature thl
rreiiing ui ncnaia anopieti ui louowingi
Wheri-aa ihiara la a omriw iiin ih. .....!
tlon and lawa of the mate of limlalana and the 1
act ot Congress relating fo the election of I'nlted I
Statea Senator; and whereas a reasonable inter- I
rrirularaaalon! therefore.
(Awecd I- (A Aenoe, That It will not proceed
to the election of I nlted States henator before
the second Tuesday after the organization of
the regular sesulon of the Legislature In January
next.
TMK D1UK1M1 HIA D.
Araald Dealr Ike t'kargea Aaalnat lllai.
lrClsytiij(,kyDec,lo. phiHp Arnold, whose
proierty waa recently attached at the irtsunce of
W n. 1-ent, on account of the lale l allfornla dia
mond swindle, publishea a long defence In tbe
CVtirferViMtnwiJ, in which he drnlea the charge
made against him, aaylng that lie never aold a
rl ,ilnVm'5K.'I,;mnO.,r,0 SS
., . ... . danlul ,hai tha n-i.t. am.i
.oiiara wonnor propeny to liCnt, nor nail any
hy Mm, but allege that the discovery waa hon-
can j iiiaiiTr, aim ine irBnaaruona III rrgani to ll
were all ltween him. Slack, liarennliig and O.
if. jiuuci ia, ami wcib an iir mm aiirr iuu im ca
tlgation by all parties,
lie charges lent with being In a powerful and
now rupuloua ring, and guilty of many swindling
mining transactions privately, Arnold aava he
ha discovered a silver mine tn ken tin ky worth
30rt,(HXl,uno, Md has bought for tv.omi.noo al the
uiunni iiiiiioiin.iiijiii ins in 1 11 r, 1 III. II li
Kn, 11
A mold
litilneui lawver In Hardin uuuntv.whern
lt I'luiuiBcui iBwyrr iu uinuu uuunij,'
resides, pasar-llhrouirh this rltv veater.
day, en route to California, to bring a Itltefsult In
half of Arnold against the artles ronnec ted
with the charges of swindle made against him.
W llson aavs be haa lieen nroaoectlna with
'"" l""- "" l'rl-j.
T11KM.W OIIK THIHI'Ni:.
Ortan Ilaja ft Caalfalllag Iatefrl-"'l-
fagta eJrrrrd UelJ.
Nrw Tori, Dec. 18, Fifty-one shares of the
capital stock of the 7VibMM Association, con.
stltutlng a majority, were to-day sold in Wm.
orumf Ofthe late owners of share. W hi tela w
item iwi jemn nay are me nniy persons w no
have sold outright, tbe former four share for
4n.nisi, and the latter two shsres for jn,usi.
Dr. Ayr aold eight of hi fourteen shsre. Of
the Dftvone shares ininhaneil. It I understood
- iB .. .LU.,. .... '
L that eight are reserved tor Sihuyler Colfax, who
ia to iw iothcm iu auumo iiieciiiiorsnip, air.
iiei.i n- irnirrrii w rvHignaiiuu, ami win retire
gaiiinnir, .
DOHTON.
f-Twirncfd la Iinprlaaiiniral
IlortTQK, Dec. 1B.-C, A. PrlUhaM and A. D.
Lawrence were to-dar sentenced to two rears'
imprisonment eah for stealing letters, the for
mer from the Dosu.n post offti rand the latter
inmi ine iiuaiBi lariiiiine iHiaton ami Ainany
rallrotfl.
.(BHorswarnNiP.
Ten Ice-honsea In W olmrn, containing twenty
Ave thousand toua of h e, were burned last night.
Los fityssi; insurance tliyiuo.
HAf.TIHOItH.
Tbe Jiy In tba Uppercse C'uae Dim barged.
Haiti wo kr, Deo. io. The Jury In the tasa of
Jesse Upierciie, on trial In the criminal Court
for the murder of hla aunt, Mrs. Wheat, after
iHlng out sime Satunlay afternoon, came Irio
court th afiruoon ami repurtcl (hat they were
unable to agree upon a verdict, tipl ei dl.
Charged. '
DIATIt OF AN XPITOH
true p. Reed, for many yraratonnecicil with
.. lulfljiiore ahii, H. to-day. ig.i .
Ilrnlal Doable Murder la "IraipliU.
kl turn is, Dec, 14, Saturday night two negroes
euierw) the grocery store of J, R Omnot hlo, au
Italian, and aked fur some cheese, WbUeOin
not hlo was Barring them, on of the negroes
Btruikhiiiiwiihawaguu atandnl, which broke
hla Jaw and Mled him to the floor. 1 he negroes
then rushed Into an adjolnlug room, whore hla
wife waa. and beat ber uutil ah was luMeDaliii
Seeing the little daughter of Mr uinnochlo
aBicep ni octi, mey tnrew a nravy lruux uiwn
her, SupiMtslng the tilnnorhlu's had been killed.
lb negroes thvn nroteeilcil to rifle lle store. In
I meantime the little girl, who wa Lot
a ghtly injureil, estaiietl and alarme.1 the neigh
b rs, who hastened to Hie scene to rind the aged
Couple weltering in their blood and ihe assasaln
aTOiic. .he polite are in aearchof thenesroes
.rMr'ninSttWir;!?,:1 " - " - m -
eikl by Ilarglara.
t BicAuu, nee i. nicnoia himnen waa fa- l to crack. ....... ,- - . Mrj Auatra. toward the citr bbvIuit take the Avenue re Cii roU-1 .. " '"" ' !. ' KWl wunineoiner
'W "ff '" 7 .S2-' LSJiLtef!!5 J , V W on Honda, .. th. lka-1 N.. I , ." "mm?? 1M' " "" iJ?llS i hlcb & "ii.Uc.n'tenl'e , uo":ff 'l'" ,'' tt1,:!.'""'.
imwst '1KiSSS
or-.... .be, u.., m -t. - 1 58".S.W.".u,Ti S, " "" 1 Sffi'tTt.T.'e ' 'on,' VSra T': KSS.". I'" .'? ?:.! .?.' ?. '.' . , SS IS fSKi',,; fSfJ f'"St
Tnr mrt aair !
THE CITY AND DEPARTMENTS,
wnama.ii aw.
Tbe Hyadlraie.
Owlna; to the lllnena of Jay foutt the Commit.
tee on Ware and Meana yenterday pnatponeil
hearing arirnmenta on the auhject of farther
nejrntiatlnna of the new loan until to-dar.
Appropriately lteTrrred.
Hon. H. h. Co la referred to another column
for an explanation of the action of the Kiein
live In regard to Lonlxlane. The polntamade
hy the Attorney (lenerat will nndonMnlly lie
entirely aalhractorx.
fllaw Ye Mlaila.
Th Forlj-lhlnl 'ongreaa will bate to wait for
thebeneOtof Brisbanc'a pneumatic tuier The
alrexhauiterat the Capitol will be attached to
the work nnleaa apexlal leRtalatlon at thla aemalon '
preyenia the application
I ULIl IImu VLIish.
' i", mTvW . T ." .
, wetfttno Sxecntlva Manalon. A nnmUr of
flcnatAT'tnA lUiireaMitallYea wera recelrad.
Amonitoie elriuana ni Richard Taylor, letter
auuwaaa iir layior, ami ex-con ri who came
to plqad the raiiMof Warmoth In IxHilalana.
He waa courteoual recelvnl, but hla nilaaion w aa
Arair ' Navy f lareiie.
Iave of ahaenct from January 1, 1ST J, to Jnne
1,18TM grante.1 lint Lieutenant William 8.
Mackaj, Third Infantry.
The resignation of First Lieutenant William S.
Mackay, Third Infantry, haa been accepted by
Ih lVaal.tl t tabs Aftan, t... I . ' '
,.li'Sfi"1,e.rJItPr' Uotaoii haa been tie-
Jwhedfrom the Naval Academy and ordered to
"" " " tn iiini wuuv . in til.
" -"" ""tn i nut i, isid,
J ' n1mn,.0, the Bhawmut, per steamer of
, ine mi msianc, relieving cotnmander blwam E.
Potter, who Is ordered lo return home. The
Hhawmut Is attached tn the North Atlantic riwi
;',.':,' "' s ' " v ""'""" """"'
L0"". who Is ordered lo return home. The
.11., , ""i w "wiled tn the North Atlantic fleet.
?" ' l,rt on 'luij In the water of Kanto
. .
"""
Departauralal Pram at Una,
The rlVll Servll e board Of IheTreaanrv TVmri.
""'taatlon of those entitled to compete for
vp"rlM In the different grade of clerkship in
that Department. In the other departments the
Sllbonllnale lioarda are alio lm mnrrimi ..-
cinieiitive examinations. In thedeneral Land
(Xtice an examination will take place in a few
dav. it F.tlray, of the Ihlrd Audi tot's uitlce,
has resigned, and James M. Hayer, ot the same
- ;" iu iiMinirrmi iur emiNirary umy
' the Internal Itevenue Ilnreaa. Diouyalua
"" ""nun ntiTiiuo iiurcau. Iiiouyailia I
Jknk, chief clerk of the Agricultural Uureau, f
v.a.iicii i hi ri'. iimrv ronKCnill IHmlllOII
III lhll.lmlvH.d an. I ll. 1, ftl , -l.B.l..
, ""''" '( ami i'i. II. i , iiruwil, rnicl I ncm-
"i ae 'mreaii, nas temiemi hi resignation to
resnme bnsinesf in Indianapolis.
-a-
H1IU Inir-dairad rsirrdny
n . . .. ""'"""y-
Mr. Merrlanuof N. Intrmluce.) inthe House
TlMay "a Mil authortxlng free banking,"
which rrovldea "that new lianLinvaaawiatinna
may lieiormei under the national currency act
in .niaf lh. ,., .., -. ' ' "" r". ',. c:
i" "'ort su" -'"1 Territories of the I'nlteil
""tea upon a deposit of I'nlteil States bonds
with the Comptroller of the Currency, but auch
Imnda ahall nnl l.ara tmi.. hi. .1 ....
than Ave ner cent, ner anntim " 1 ha 1.111
ferred to the Commll.ee 00 Banking and Cur
rency.
Mr. Dutler.nf Mass , Introduced a bill toamrnd
section I of the act of laTl making appropriatlona
?i so as to Include among the t ialoia to t pre-
sented to and detennlneil by the commission
therein created rent of building ami ground.
and damage done to the same by the troop of
the I'nlted Hutes, while lu their occupation J be-
longing to loval owners, and extending the time
I tor tiling the aame one year from tbe sir. of
I March, 173. The bill was referred to the Com-
miiir- on ma iu(iiciary.
and referreil to tha Cotnmittef nn m maiHinf 1
n iu wm uimximeii or mr, mark weather.
t''iimia. approvlngof the mute and termini of
lh w Linirti Md kaai Alexandria Cnlon '
nun
raiimao roriNiraiiononranxeil under the act nf
llt . ..... - - -
i. :- "--
" 1S0,
L ' . XTT1 '"f,1 tn?oa',. S"" rT"
mence at ihe lutcraw tlon of Q and First at reel
A'Vh tne?re "inning aaat along ( street to
ort.h;MU thence aiHith to the Ana-
,""" . .':,!'' "; ""; ui me
Ah.V.h .1.' .I1" TVF ,ot Mntppoalte
the mouth of the Alexandria canal on the aide
of the Potomac river.
Mr. Hheilaiiarger, of Ohio, Introduced a bill
OrOVldlnir that Ih nmtlilnna nf tha - f mi
w, 18TS, 111 relation to liountiea lie ao extended
aa to secure to every volunteer, non-oonimUv
sloncil officer and private musician and artldcer
who wa enlisted and mustered into tbe military
serviie of the United mates at any time during
Ih llUtt an.l ah. haa ... - i..
a l-ouuly of lion, without regant to the time In
im jrar ui ine eunainieni or muster,
The bill waa referred to the t ommltlee on
TMIMVRkTIIKU ItLPOKT.
Wan DsrARTifEMTJ
OrncaorCHntrhioifALOrncaa. J
WASHimiTON. I) C . Deo. If, 171, t a m. S
RTMOrnu roa tub run nrtN-t.Mi u umna
In the extreme Northwest and on wcatirn
lalke Huneiior the r re sao re haa ilivnni.i .in.
Mltherly wind and clear, very cold weather,
,mt " ard to twrthwer MBHouri vslley and
-ontheAstwanl oyer I-fte Michigan, and inem e
slonal suow and partly cloudy weather, with low
barometers. In IU- t-utera and Middle state
the barometer haa rtaen, with northwesterly and
northeasterly wtnds, snow and rain, jn the flulf
and smith At lan tic states northerly wind. In
creasing pressure, i lowly weather and iKcaslonal
am iimc 1'irTBiiro,
rtuiaaiianRa.
For Ihe Northwest and unner lak radnm
aontherlv winds, decreasing ju-cssurea, higher
tcmiwtaturca and partly cloudy weather will pre.
rail and extend southward to the Ohio river,
tor Irnneiutee, the flulf and aouth Atlantic
States, higher pressures, colder, partly cloudy
and clearing weather, with northerly wlnni. For
the lower lakes ami t anada, northwesterly winds,
pertly cloudy, cold aud tearing weather. For
the Middle and Eastern States, northwesterly spoiistlnn bill, and the Senate then went into ex
wind, higher preiwures, lower temperature, einilve aeaslou, and adjourned,
clearing aud clear weather.
Uke navigation having closed, the display of
rarnlng signals at the lake porta haa beeu au.
.nilcil fnp tha wlnUr
IM,M rnr '"e wlnter'
NOTEH OP THK I1AY.
Jav (lopvo Jt Ca corperei) txiMU.noo In the Ute
Northwestern Imk-up.
Jpki and July ssw the rapture of &fi,o.) seals
on the seal lalauds of Alaska.
Tni grand total of Methodist la officially put
alt UH-. Bl.l lanuina '
niH.U oolleaels overcrow.lml wiih ...... .
cations, and la well off fliianr.i.v '
i..?!.. hi. !!.. .f. ,', -
Iujnow haa expended tl,MT,lll.:il on the new;
State-house, and It la not more than half com-
pieJu .
ina, ii.tntu iiiiwr -ajn iiib I II tne liemocrBtlOi
party i not on iu last leg it hail lietter haul In
urhaignaof distress as the Cincinnati 1ViwmW '
Tmillltl i 11 C'lllV nl Vnanr. V It ..lnt-
tlewH.1 in emlrt ih. 'nih-k- .1 .-Vi J2-. !...
who each aanerteit a marital claim nimn him. '
Oooo natnre la that lun.i.nt .n.i .Mi.u.
nf HI n,l k ..k .lla . . m a ..
,nsftlirP"''"U'01,,l','a,',t'Ih,mmrl3f ll
Tu. a. rla.f II.. U.a.a m ka. . I . -a.i -.
ininiKBui imc mair ui atrBBiinna ia acitinKai
nfty to seventy-live cent on the dollar, and, nn
der the Stale law, Mhoci tea. hers hevetn re
ivlvelt lr.
tenner or minuwnivb disposes u to feel the I ,,L MT M,nitiri n TiTun mTkinw an ar
,"n" ,BnJO' af. RM" "' " Prlailon & Inevnt' of The &US of
.hA i .. J'"irat. aiier vainly rrullnllng i i-onrtoftialni and for other purioi. t
the ocJlon return in ouest nl vain a for hi I n. i. i..- .. w . um K t.L.I.i.ia
1 IPt YouriStown ((Wiln) do. tors have prared , r. - ,rh -J. u w fel.1 inV
a ti.ai k list of non-iwying customers, who win ion of b pouf code which .requires double
not lie entitled to pnifeaakuual aervlcnt after Ihe ' IHMUtrs (n mil mtter not l-ild lu full. Post
tirat of January next. ,rtu e" u,l P1 lt"satv.
Hour Is ranidiv increaaina- nn.i iia naw . I 'y Mr, An her, of Md.; mil for the relief of the
itiias larapiuiy inrreasmg nnoer ita new re- .. - . i-w ,,f ,n t itraaheara Navi ai.
irlin. Flfty-sevrn new shops hare liecnopeneil 11tZ uraanear. naval i-
In the Como aim's the enirameof the Dalian I Jum, rinke nfVa. niiitn.1Iul.i.u..rn
trooi-iln September. ito. , J? ftVnd MJ5s,ftNP UWU Wioa
rZHJl0'fl,e.(AIM.nd Northwestern ltallroa.il Alan, bill anthoVtain phyalciana In regular
F m a!lfi 'll1 . i."I",l.3,'Ple Vlh ol w,l Pfw" !" medVl iiooka for their own
f.lli.lSV:-.tn', M,""lt." ' Mseia are .use free of duty. WaysandMeana.
plai ed at 30,(hju. Also, bill to repeal all taxea on liquors. Ways
Tna novel annllcation was maiia in a New and Meana.
Haven ourt recenUr by an attorney, In hi own
behalf, for
injunction to prevent ina homing
of a wake over a dead relative.
The petition was
granten.
A ntatmi Wnl Mil fr rl hum- ant iiai.
plalnnlof having killed nothing. " Ihafs the
lonaequencaef havlngneglnteil your business
oitserved hla wife.
benefit of fanners, n n.l eh the tuiilJ of tn
ur... ..-." ..:t. ".'"" "'".."r''w" Vl "'"
AeTonVTito Vd ha" .ieS V
numlier of .ll.trutnii.hr, I 'edura inia. who .fid
valuable service --,,-, .
'Ibias, with her hundreda of thonsandi
of
rattle noon Illimitable plains, ha no milk. It I
linpossUile ror a traveler to gel a drink of milk In
a Texas hotel. All tbe butler used In th Htate
la imported, aud the only apology ror lb lacteal
tlul.1 la
iiimri.-ci artiviv trow tne nonncrn
mates,
CniCAAo la carrying something over so,ooo,ooo
9 InyllHItn. uai.l ataman hnna.T. .aai. . .. .1..
of Insuranoe. and ererv hundrmifiniiar i.f mat
sum I taxed on au average of over one dollar
per hundred more than before the fire, making a
aura of fully sno,ooo the city Is paying for crluti-
aial n.Hl.Julinnd w
Am unstamned lettar. it-nnniwi in ih tnMn,.
Held post omue.was recently iorwardi 3, aa usual,
by tbe Young Men's UitUtlan Aaaociatlnn, and
reached It destination, on being opened, it wll
found to contain the following "fcm me
another barrel of that glq,"
. Tin question Is asked In New York. 'Are the
,;
qetioHUrawand ireeeyoffr A rule of the
tUtf I. Where Iher la nn rhim n tn win ihra
SrVrheVT.o chanc to win there
osa. HetaonMr fii aJ in fiS?
can Ihj no loss.
category If the turf regulation UvW ifVvd Tu
nil iH-uiiii-uircm iniikiii nn... i mil ,.. ii.a... ....... w tm niriiii ui 141-. ah'm 1 ihkuivi" iiirau uia
CONGRESS.
' -ur
j THE
DISTRICT APPROPRIATION.
Drbateonlke MUlla Ike llae-TkeApr.
H nllen Fa tared by All Parile-Tka
libamarihe Jlaaral af r-klle Uarka
lllakly Comwtended Mr, Paniawwrtk
Kwya a Piece afrplle W ark Tfce Nea
nta ArtMilale ft Nprelal Caaa'atlilee aa la
leraal laiprnvewirnt-aHtrraaa DtlU
IntrMUrrrf la Ike llaaae. ,
HRNATK.
tlU FOR tiniANOI OF BONPa.
Mr. fcn-rman, from Commltiee on Finance, re-
nortl, wlili amendmenta, Kouae bill authorising
the) exchange of registered bonds for coupon
-As amended, trie Mil anthorliM Hit rVcretary
of the Treasury to "laane coupon bonds In ex
change for reglatereil bonds In other reanecta of
the aame clans and description: provided, the
expense of their Issue be paid by the owner
thereof, and tinder such regulations aa the Hec
retary of the Treasnry shall prescribe.
Mr. Hherrnan alao nniil (mm iKtnninu
Committee, House bill revising mint and coinage
laws, wuh amendments; among which Is oSe nVL , !L. Cri00:SJ ii-' m the preser
providing for a trade silver dollar of the weight "ifewftV
of 4tu arralna Tror: a silver half dollar wci-hina . vr "ll to mn,l ! act of June l, lsiff. In
ltJliKsJf..MSrMi.r.MSf.'X I K""" .Jmlnl.lr.tlon ol j.tl. Juul-
.wcUT.lyone half .n.l on. firth lit, ifMstil of
jn. Hj-t com. All .1 th... .11,,, coir., .r. I
in on a leirai tenner ai meirnnm nai vaiita tnr i
any amonnt not exceeiiing II in any one nav-1
ment. '
inu ncrttonrckn.
Plllawrrelntrodnceil a follows i
Hy Mr. Pomeroyi Granting right of way
thmngh fate pnbllo land to the Kaunas and Col
orado Kallroad Company.
Also, to extend the time for settler to make
trompt payment for Osage Indian lands In
ansae.
Also, for relief of settlers on Cherokee neutral
lands.
lly Mr.Cragini For the relief of Miles Green
woul, of Clni innstl, Ohio,
tTtAIUllW aoainst sfnatoh rOMiwm.
Mr. Morton, from the Committee on Privileges
and Klectlonstiiade a statement In rrferenre to
(be resolution Insimctlng them to Inquire in o
thet hargeaof corruption made against Kenator
lUoldweli.nf Kanaa. He hail twbe during the
j receaa aildreaae! a note to theraemlter of the
"iuiiiiiT,iaiimM m iriTTiinK iu inTrairaie ine
ehargea. but with one exception the nitrobera
"' " " oii-j rairpiiou ine niemorr
hal replleil that ihelr convenience conhl not ad-
ul "' "c inrriiim, i inn wa" ine rraaoil W nj
nt. h.Bna.l ..nan ....na.a.U ..a--
"'n""H ii-t-ii iiunv iu iiib luaiivr.
rHnATxraoritHTYTAkXNKOH riniio pairs.
Mr.('arjeuterlnlroilU(el a bill to provide for
id laainu in nniua nmnenv
for nuhllo
He said that aa aoine Renalora l
1 thought thla In-
volved a great constitutional question, he would
after the holidays ask to make some remarks
upon It,
AiiMiTTiNa nkATworPxrArniKicniTOTni floor.
Mr, Poineroy ollrreit an order admitting acting
head of Departments to the floor of the Henate,
which waa laid over,
THI -TOaM AT DtXCm.
Mr. Ramsey offered a resolution calling on the
Secretary of War for Information a to tbe
amount of damage doue Government works in
Duluth harbor by the recent great atonn, and
what steps, if any. have been taken to repair the
damage. Adopted.
Intirhai. ivnnrtwn-1
Mr. Wlndom called up hla resolution appoint
ing a seclal rutuiuittee of eeven lo consider the
auiijoct of Internal ImproTementa aa recom
mended In the prealdenfa tneasage.
Mr. Hamilton, of Md., doubted the propriety
of this resolution, and called for the ajea and
noea on It,
Mr. rrellnghuysenmnveil to amend by re
ferring the aubjent to the Committee on rout
ine ri e a 1 oniuilttee a, hit h. be aal.l mint him a
lane amount of Informaliunon thaaublectinlt
ptaweiwloii,
p- Wnanti said it shonM not go to the Com-
millee on ( ominerce. because It would onlr con.
aider the prat Heal part of the question, whereas
the fundamental principle underlying tbe whole
subject should t conaidentd
Mr. Ihunnan aald, if it was proposed that
eoinething praittrl In connection with taia
question ahoukl l reorted, he would vote for
tbe committee; but If it waa only Intended that
the const it utiwnal aspet-t abould le dwcuaaeil, he
waa agaiuat ll. There could almolqlely nothing
new Im aald ou the constitutional view of thl
aubject either oqe way or the other,
Mr. Window said hi whole Idea waa to get
something practical,
Mr. ihuruian. Well, If that la the case. I will
rote for it.
ur. Hamilton, of Md. For that very reason I
After some further dlacnsslon the amendment
" " r""jrii a mn-ini aiin ine on-
r1ntl resolution adopted. Wa m, nays 8
Messrs. Cole, Hamilton, and ickera.
MK. AMEM AS1KO
the Senate to lake action on hi request to 1e
excused frolic further service on the M'lliery
viiiiniico, iuu ine fire rreaioeni put ine que
I lion, and the Henate excused Mr. Ames.
1 HtllFI ATTOM or llUtfUn rABtJL
Mr. Stewart ufferel reaoluilona, which were
adoiited. lnatrut tintr tha Committee a i the Jmll.
'? to Inquire how far Congress u anthnrlxed
to regnlate the rates of fare and transportation
n railroads between the Stales, under that pro-
or through two or more Statea, and to jport by
if vi uiiiti n inrf
IRMNtll imMATION UM-
Mr. Cameron called up the bill appropriating
Ur million dollars to pay the French spoliation
dalius. Mr. Cameron mad i Itnithi nvmii
explaining the bii, and waa followed by Mr.
' Ickera.
TUB RXTRKCT BILL.
Mr. Thunnan movel that the Senate recede
from Iteamendment to the bill reducing the In
ternal reveune expenses, providing for the ap
pointment of twenty-dye additional revenue
agents w hit h waa agreed to, and the bill ia now
paed.
jnr.nnernian ooiaineii tnenooronine rrencn
HOIHK OF HKPItlWPTATVi.
BIIJA AND BkHOLtmONB INTKQDUCXD.
Under the regqlar Monday rooming call of
states and Territojea qr bills and reaulntlqna
for reference only, the following were, among
others, introduce khd relerred to the commit
tees indicated!
tty Mr. Duller, of Mass.: Dm for the Jest and
equitable distribution of the award of the orneva
conference. Judiciary.
lly Mr. Dawea, of Man t Dill for the relief ot
uenerei a. u. Dyer, Military Affairs.
.' '' K"0' ' V?.- B' PI the
imp uuty on matcjiea. vt ays ami Means.
Hy ' Warren, of N. Y.i Dill to repeal the
bankrupt ait. Judtdary.
Hy Mr. Duell, otN. Y.t Hill tomeidthagcln
relation to pensions tq aqklera of tho war of
looi. iii'aii.q q niiaiiiqa.
A WI to estatilish a line of steamship
tweon the Vnite Hutvs and Colombia, c
IliertC.
Ur Mr. MeiTlam. nf N. Y.i Dill nrovidinir that
P101'- t0 Ltrr' l,he Vnlti Hu'e m-l ' u
ihi-i iuibftii uwunu warn imiumm
I V '- al-. un, Ullli H lli VII livwia.
ipro
the 4 aim.
"""" 8eViV pkyn,ent. puklng and
i unriici,
T IB a If a-'
m Also, bill for the relief of Jamea Mark ham, of
i tiunma. viaima.
' Hy M r. Porter, of Ya.t Rill to repeal the ux on
I ?ut o( 'leorgla to Bii.e'ln IheUovrtof UWn"
for the recovery of the nroceeils of ihesajesof
certain cotton, taken by tbe United htate during
ny Mr, iunoe,oi oa.t tun to auanorixe tne
the rciHtiiion. piaitns.
' -A.i.W . "nrT of rertaln
. river In fieoml
irgla. ikimiuen-B.
' !,??""' V.J mnuM. ,rem "lawoourw to niteu
mates tourism certain raae. Jmiiciai
Hy Mr. Mclntyre, of Oa.t Dill to repeal the tax
III Mr. Klnaa nf Ala i Will in t-aruial all law
Imposing uie on dunned spirits manufactured
from fruits. WaysandMeana.
Hy Mr. iiorey, of La.i Bin to remove all poiiti
cal disabilities impoeed by the 14th article of
amendment to tbe Constitution. Judiciary,
lla lla !!........ -a .....- ..... . . .'
Hy Mr. Stevenson, ol Ohio HH1 In relation to
the rclucllon of toll on tU LouUvillo and lrt
land canal, Ccowuerc.
Ri Mr. flhcllabariccr, of OJilo: BUI to equalUe
wuiHToraoiaiers. Military Affalf,
By Mr Monroe, ot Uhio; fiiii iq ru
lUmpauhUr WtnB4aiaaoA
Alto, bil H agthirtw the examlnatlc
w
atlon of cer.
auks. IUnklna
amganacuiTeRiy.
Hy Mr, I'nauu, of Ohlot Dill to extend the
eoBioniawa. MiUiary AfTHra,
of Ohioi Bill for tba protection
ind, portttweaiani frunilera, and
Ef.
' "
of the northern ami IHUifc-
' SJtt' J "" -
th?.Btaiea. ..CAiiumerca,
I J&nZfJfilZ ?J J2. WiW-'K1
I against any act dividing the Rule of Indiana
Into two or more Judicial district. Judiciary.
Iy Mr. Packard, of Ind i mil reoneallog the
Preahlentof thel'niie.1 itratea i .n7. ...-
anthorlliea of Hatti to grant imlemmiy in An
tonio Pelllther, Furrlgn Adair.
. fj Mr. Farwitl, of 111: Hill In relation to the
' ,H" '""'hm reiiuruon or me national
delit, flanking and 4'nrrtncv.
Ur Mr. Parker, of Mot Mill to amend the
bonnraclofApnf.,1Tt. Military Affairs.
I Mr. Foster, of Nfc hi Dill to refund to the
male of Michigan tertain taxes paid on nMlo
lands, public lands,
Hr Mr. Walls, of 1a: Dill grantlngone million
Acrea nf lan.1 tn tha drown Thmiui. .i t...i
tuie, of Florida. Mucatlon anil Uiior,
Also, bill lor the mnsirnrtkn ot esteem shin
canaj from Fernandlna, Fla to theMbwiaaippi
river. Hear New urleaua. iiaiiwbtb a.t ctniu
Also, a bill granting one million acres nf land
to agricultural college In Florida. Edmatlon and
I Also, Mil making tn appropriation for the Im-
,1'iviruiani 01 me 4piaiariticoia river,
t merce.
aiw, bin maungatipropriatlon for the Improve
ment of the harbor 61 i'wlar Keys. Commerce.
Also, bill making tfpproprlAilun for the lin
provenirntof Prnsacofa hartior. Commerte.
Also, bin to esuMlalt llfe-aavlng ataUona on
tbe Florida coast. CommiTtr.
Also, Mil making Appropriation, tor the Im-
Also, l.m to erect a tmiillc building at Jackson
ville, Fla. Public Hull. lings end llrunnda.
By Mr,(ll1ding.oriexaa' Dllttotoutlniiethe
niproreraenu of ilalveston hartor. Commerce.
Ur Mr. Hargent, of lal.s Hill in relation to
graiing land Tn (llfornis. Public Unds.
n. u. it.rnM( . w . . tm A- ... .. .
,tt,'h'''J"l'S! ,", 1 !SL U ."' .'."
u. U -. . . -
L - W!' IT"."'-?' M,L .mnftt'l nf Wlza-
... ...:.- ------ . v ( u. n.
beth It. IL Hoffman ami Mien 1 1.uiitt-
daughtrraof tbe late Itkhahl lrnsor,of Haiti
mere, MdM asking Indemnliy for Frenrh apolta
tlons. It t ferred to Committee on 1-orelgnAf-
'Ir"- . .
7 Mr. illtchle, of Md i Petition of citizen of
Alleganv county, Md., lo aril a cemetery lot
IS MniuiKwrrew,ton' f !he lv,,niIlU,
op Military Affair.
n, ii. u.. - n,.. . . . .
-fc"' ,?' HheTwoml, 4f Pa.i mil to prorlde for
ISLl,.W.fl,.5Kllll "'''V "r "P"l-tlona
from tha Patent flflli it In tl.s n la. uiai.a ...- I
tn- ih. wU,n--n i. .- . I .. .": ""'
Mm?n,.ShfJ2.ll,fina of -J'wnl.
nJ VK Xl)i. n. , . . .
nf J Hil!.,J?r.:!h,:,,J111 for.'!lp ""Wlrnrtlon
of a bridge across the Missouri rltcr at or near
Hionx t Itv. Iowa. Commerce.
Hy Mr. Kellogg, of t'onn.i Hill to provl 1e for
nrluting-o,s-i extra copiea of the full rcimit of
the laat census. Printing,
Coder this call a largu numlier or Mils of a pri
vate nature were lntnuluccn ami referred to the
appropriate committees.
NAMK Or BATTI KM Ot Tnil KRSkl I ION.
Mr. Hale, of Me., offered the following Joint
,..i.lllll.kHI "
tU it reaorof. Jr That whereas the national
Unity Cannot fall lulte alremrthene.1 liv ihn r. I
ffnhTTSl.i!!?' .LrT,.rrt! r. !iS? .n,f n wh,l
IS Q !m L" l the l "lon ,n lne tal if of
the relielllon: therefore.
IUU rewifaeif, A an expression of the sent).
ment of Congress, that no measures lie taken
toward removing from ihe Army Kegtster or
the regimental color of the l nlted Mates the
nsmea of the battle of the relielllon.
Adopted by 113 yea to M nays.
Mr. Averill, of Minn: Bill to charter the
Northern Central railroad of Minnesota. He
ferred to the committee on Pacini Kallroad,
Mr, Negley.of Pa presented a memorial of
dlltensof States liordering on the Ohio river,
asking for th Improvement of that liter. De
ferral Ui the Committee on t ommerce.
Mr. Duller, of Ma., Introduced a bill to ao
amend the postal rode a to allow plants, bulbs
and cereals lo lie carried in the mall as regular
mailable matter, leased.
Mr, Merrik,of Mil , offered a bill to remove
the poliiiral dlsabliliirsof J. Ernest Myrr. of
Mart land. Parsed.
On motion of Mr. MCrarr, of luwa, it was
ordered that when ihe exei mlve, legislative and
Jadb 11 appropriation bill ahall lie In Committee
of the Whole It ahall l in order to offer an
amendment providing that after the ex pt rat Ion
of the Pnrty-aecond Cuui res no payment ahall
be made by the House of Itepreseulatlve out of
Itscontlngeot fund to any party In a contested
election ra.
AamoirtMTTo rnt (tiK-TtTtTKw.
Mr. Morgan, of QJilo, offere) a Jolut rfsolu
twcFTifl7trtlmendment to th const I lo
tion of the lolled statea, to make natural
lxel cltlxen eligible to the office of President
and ice President of the United Stale.
Ihe resolution was rejected by m f. T1, tao
thirda not voting In the affirmative.
ArrAIKRIN lilUSIAHA.
Mr. Cox, of N. offereil a preamble and
resolntlon reciting that Ihe state government of
Ia)Ulslana a aa now J ml Hint ere. I lie nnl- ra (mm
the Federal ronrta, auported by Federal layo
nets; that such government wa dangerous to
-, .Hi.aa.iiiu B... viiaiaaiii w, mit uaiiytlllul M ,
liberty of the people, and resolving that tbe
sldent ba reotirated to Inform thn llnuu nf
iirprcarniaiivew, t aa cany a nay a poftsinie,
rhl th. VlUtlll.. nl lh. Unlltl llta.aaha.l tn I
why the Execnllvenf theUulteil state hail in
terfered in the affairs of the Mate of Louisiana,
git Ing ail tbe facta; and further to report all in
formation In hla iMMaesslon In relation tn ihe
conductor k. If. Durrell, one ot the Federal
Jndge of the t nlted stetea In Louisiana, ao
that the House may drlerinlne what course
should lie taken in ronaeuuenc of hla inter. 1
fereuce In the iioiltli al affair of aald SUte,
. rn-irii-jii, m I'lina, niiKrmni mil inn I
preamble be strii ken out, and that the iTcaidcnt i
be requested to transmit the Information, If not
Incompatible with the public acrvlee,
?,T' .L,7r "Tir,:" V 1,f-T"m'".
Mr. lYrce. of Mls.. oblecleil toth rewklniiiin.
lki.a- Ih-'re-olnllnn i.rV.ii.ii... that ih. r. I
. . a . . . L ---- ... . ....a-
.lent Uld interfere, and there wa nnevideueeof
Mr. Hvnher. nf Ij.. denied that the PreaMent
hal Interfered exi rpl, aa a as hi duty, to enforce
the laws.
ihe resolution wa then relected teaa :.
DVW- . .
air. nievrnaon, oitinio, inenonemi a resoin-
tlon, whim waa .lo.tl, miurallnll Ibe Trfal-
dent, If not Inrompatlble wuh tbe pill. lie Inter-
aala lnunnHllia..in,llllnn nf a IT. I ra in t o.l.i I
PKrAtXATlONR IN OIK. RriNNIRX oi ICI.
Mr. Lynch, of Me, offered a bill to relieve
Oen. P. K. Spinner of i ertaln defalcations by hi
subordinate, amounting to fAl.ftNi, He (Wired
lumeillate action, imt, aa objection wa cjte,
the Nil wa recommitted to the tunmHiee on
kxiiendlturea of tke Treasury l,prtnient.
On motion of Mr. Rargent, it waa on1crel that
when tke diplomaiio appropriation bill shall be
undr consideration an amendment will lie in
order to limit the pay or the United Statea Min
ister at Nicaragua lo au amount not to exceed
I10.WU,
On motion of Mr. Smith, of New York, the
Committee on the Judiciary was directed to In
quire what legislation 1 necessary tn guard
against danger that threaten the Uttiirtle ot the
people of Louisiana, Alabama, aud Arkansas,
and to avert ch ll war In any pari of our t-mutry.
and that the committee re.ort at any Dm, by
bill or otherwUe.
On inoUon of Mr. Ilawlcy, of (innn , tbr (Tim
mlttee qii latin wa usihargeil from the
("ii vvif.M.a.iiai vi iu- 1 1 aim ui n ui lain 11. i
Weatianllt wa rrferre-l io ihe foreign Af-'
fala4 iViamllla. v
Mr, (JarfleU, of Ohio, moved logo into Com
mittee of the S hole on the appropriation lti.
TUX PkriClKNCY BIU-
Mr Duke, of a- objected io tke coasl leratlon
ef tbe deltclcncr bill a yr. Itn.aevelt, of N. -
waaalweuLaivl kc iuoui) thai tbe llouao ad-
ourn.
: M r. Oarfleld said he bad written to Mr, flonae-
Yelt. teilln him that thn Uii wnulrl i.nJjiMi
conui up on trkUvv. last, ami tliat gvnth man ha.1
irpuni tnai e Biicum maao no omioaiiion to tne
tpprojirlallon for the DUtrkt of Columbia le
yottd nroimaing an amendment a to the mode of
ijuirm, wnicn ne ir, ti preaumen some
friend of the gentleman was prepared to offer.
The House refuae.1 in adjourn and went Into
Mr. Oarfleli
irriz:?
Hem of theli
lor the post
&";
uld coat 11.M1 a thnuaaml and lh ,L '...U
woum coal ii.vo a tnouaami and the work u.hki
thamaTcenua thousin.1. making the coat of a
thamaTcentaa thousan.t, making the roaloV a
hun.ink.1 nuiihin iiiTibin nt.ii.r. n.t in m
hundred million fl8T,u.tfa, making a net gnata
the Department of alI,ouu per tviun. fVlf
tbouaand dollars wa ake Im carry mi Ike w r
iu iuu .use ui ma m law u,i car.
TH", AWROTKIATIOS nK THI DtwrRUT,
aliur over the other Item with a Lri
rauiilg oyer ihe other llama witt a brief no-
tk-a be said tbat tke lat ami main iuaiaf the
Wll wa tbe approprUtloji of tl.Ml.Mu.N for Im-
firovrnicnu aruun
helbtanluf Puidl
(irovemenU around ttto public property ma.1 by
he Uoanl uf Fuldlc W orka ot the outfit t of ivw
lunibla. When Ihe attention of the committee
waa first called to thl subject they had, he aald,
felt that the amount asked wa extravagant.
Five meeting had Ih-cu held, one of ibemoo a
Saturday laat ing Ave or six bourn, aa I hatg!ven
the aubject a very careful uiuak leratlon. They
did not come before tde lloufleulhe advocate
ui any prraon (v ui auy ogani. inu ra nreaent in
facuinthackse.
ingress, k UUI, hal absolute control of the
Watriu of ColimUda. Fiftr-four per cent, of the
surfaw uf the i lly of W asblngton la made up
or BTitxmi Attn am iyl
which. In a tlucialon hv 1 blef JnalliHt Htor. wera
dei tared to be th nmoertv In fa almiiU uf i ha
,.... . -." . .. "....t J ; " --: .
t nneii ntaiea, aiiiin '! le power VO CUM Up
uj v tut" n auj iiui-, aw Biiauiuic waa ill cuu
iVe United Statea Ibeq owned, pearly one half
of the remaining surface of the city lu lota,
iroi uvcrmruu
in 1IW wttkoiit reference to the cltlzenia not for
lb Uterest of clUisns I ui for the glory and
oouvtulcnco of the nation. The question now
wa, what proportion of the expenaee abould bo
tmrnehy the (lovernmentt A large portion of
the people here belonged io tke Puderal Oovern
ment, aud Wtt not connected with the Usirlct.
rqusroaa, tge bead of Itepartmeuta. thec)erks,
aniroibers, with all tbelr famil-os, coins here
with tne itovernment. anl were not citizens of
tbe District. 1hir itlaiUm to the city should
I UW
Tvr moreUaa 6fiy yean Congress had a te
U ,r,
" '-" "-"i --.1 fwa-iw i-vai-A ui wi-u iu rune iogu, ikurir (,4n Mia4iwt
anceot the power tha conferred, with no limit
eynnd fixing Ihe amount, tieyond which they
must not go in their expenditure, and arrang
Ing ihe proporilon to fe paid by private parties,
there was no other limit. The court had exam.
Ineii carefully the report of the noard of pnbik
W orka, and had had the board before them. They
had In tiled the Committee on the District of Co
lumbia to le present, and the gentleman from
New ork (Mr, Iloosevein had been present and
heard everything. Tnerommiltee had dun all
it could to obtain the mi lest information on these
points
1. Has the laOSril Mn lictnn.t lla ltnajlal
limit T
1. now mnrh money has been el pen. led T
I. Haa It i-een ecimumh'allr expender
4. Ilnw tlllirh nf Ihla tiuin.llli.n .t.nnl.1 I. a
tKirne by the (lovernmentt
The commltiee hal come to ihe conrtnalon
that the sum set down on page 47 to M nf the re
port of the boanl, wbtcb gave a detailed state
ment of expense, were tbe soma which It waa
.u- um ui ine ituvrrnmrnt 10 pay.
The committee held that the Ooremmeut
should BAMtme the place nf the corporation, and
not of the indlrldual owner, In paying for the
improvement. Where tha I nltedHtateownel
on Imth shies of the street, that they abould pay
all the expenses, and where only on one side,
that It should take the place of the corporation
rather than the clllieo. twa-iae, aatlke tke lit-
rra tax a wort d Avorxr
to about H.oisi.oisj.
Mr. . It. Itoberta, of 3C. V asked If Mr f.sr
fleid aald that the Ooyrrnntent had not made
auch appropriations before.
Mr. narfleld said he did not, Imt that It
hail acted caprtclnti-ly. laUl yeaf they made
larae appropriation for miinvthe canai imi n
Oovemmeni took the land, which waa worth
more than the work coat, and they had made an
propriation for work similar to that now under
consideration. The committee had provided for
the payment of the appropriation through the
Secretary Ot the Inlerfiir. an I it mi niin...
could suggest a better way lo protect the Clor
erament he would be glad to hate It put In I ho
Mr. Dolman, of Ind., made the point of order
that there was no law aut horning the eppmnrta
Urttl I.II I thai 1 ha Inn a a. lUa U....M..I 1 1.1 .
Hon. but thai halnnan lUr Hci.ni.l nf J. ...
mini It. '
. ur. rAkHSwoam cin
5 roM mnvt to 'lrtke -'iih Paragraph, U.t
"" "' u" ,,,r i won m oe oi an
thing was alreaily mdlup. lie w
Ihe organic act we maUl,and 1
-..-. ". ... -t . T. ' H .. '
"""" , " ny avail. me
waa nere wneii
I he hail never
-"(i"'-"! niai me ouani waa euinonzeii to irwur
ol.ligatlot.athathucoiistitoenia must l taiM
l'nIr Hesaldlhatlhestreelaofthoiltyaero
for the inhabitanu of the clly, and ahoikl ho
taken tare of byihetn.
authorized tn imur
As to the feeder l nontilitlon com In I
eery one who came paid in rents or for hcavd,
otherwise, their shsre for the Improvement.
The Improvement of the rks and squares mail
the private property more vslnai.leand ihe rtmt
higher, and now, when the pmnerty la male
more valuable and attra-tire, hi iwople were
taxed to pay for It. ihe People of hlsHuiewere
not taxe.1 lo make Ihelr htafi caudal mM ,..
santand agreeable to thecltumsof Washing.
ten. Here n ha.t nnA-ai.uki n.. .i,i-.. ;!
taii.1 nniihii ..,... ... I.
mtke M ,he improremenla in front of thm pro.
"' The chairman of the Appropriation tW
...ev, w i.u vtt uni m iiuuvf iiere, fuuui pronaniy
tell how that waa. Now the Hoard of 1-nbllo
orka come here and make the figures not only
for work around the Capitol and public buildings,
but for the parka and reservations whlrh wen
left to make the place airy for the cltlxen of
W asblngton. It would lie better for the (lorern
ment to give away these places and let them iw
Unit upon, and the people to whom they arc
git en pay the taxea on these
HR,r,ARlkLOAD
the reservations were not the property nf the
city, bnt were under control of the I nlted
States, and toogre coal. I do what It pleaaeil
wuh ihe square. All could ! sold topmatc
lrtle if Congress choo to tin ao. No man
should fall to feel egraiifkationat the Improve
ments in this illy. Some of the Improvement
hare doubtless been male unwisely, and In aomn
casea no doubt tyranny haa lieen exercised, and
Ihe board has lieen overbeaiina- In man u
J.ut they hare, nevertheless, done much for fuo
wmt ii vr lain i ri rAI
Mr. Swann aabl the Committee on Approprla
llou hail carefully examined thl whole sui.Jeci.
and found the I'nlteil state under obligatlona to
thi District lodoaomethlng for ll. The landi
andaqnare celed to tbe (General Ooveroraeni
by properly-owner here would run up to an
amount more than thirty millions of dollar
After all examination he waa prepared to aane
tion this appropriation,'-' the I oiled hiatca, ha
reiieateil, wa a gainer ny the donation ihat hit
much of 'it outrage of the Board of Fubuo
Works, but he wonM atata lhat the liapTine-
irci-ii inaiir iu urr oj tni luaincc. lie nao DCS
iii iiiti trrcH iHwm nrrr navv occn
A DBCIOgD AOTANTAO
to all the property along tne line of Improve,
menu
Mr, Maynard. of Tenn compare.! Ihe rlrr a-i
It wa now with what It waa yean ago.
it WAR now amiDR
to exhibit the capital to the rUlcrna of lo
"" -l'. ft tllV ItUCrTia OI tOI
country who came here, and h kail yet to And
the Unit citizen who of i lee In I tn ih i,n...H
hh-ii- or io ine amiHint id taxe.
lr IVniiil nfXI V aal.llf.hla
Mr, Wood, of N. T- ald If thl waa mmnaltLw.
to make a general appropriation lor the Hist net
he might discuss it, inu thla waa quite a differ
ent thing, and he thought the fktvernmentBhouliI
pay for Improvement around it own property.
Mr. NHlack,ol Ind., aald he hail all or laat
winter felt uneasy at the manner In which tho
llj.a.t Af lh.l,ll. UV.k. k..l . a-. . . ..
Hoard of Public W orka hail mad tmnntv.m.nt.
and he had come to thla aeaaion with no amlanin
- miu'i iiiciii, ih tic was UOW B I IB Dei
thai
Atx H.P aitN tgnti RTfrrgVAnCAli.Y
an,i a.vonllng to a detmite plan, lie did not
yield hi opinion that the plan of the 1-oajM hail
Ian. . .la..,.i....i.. '... h. " Wrr" "r"
-"i ITA .'""'.".'rM' .' .'? .w" '
i, uvi iTu ibii ij aim nonraiiy none, atkl lh
iieneral Oovernment waa liaise for tke work
around ll own building.
Mr. Durchanl offered an amendment to male?
the appropriation IsiO.om lotel ot l,niw,niw.
Peudina further con-lderatkiii, the coinnutte
roue, and Mr, darnel. I uoveil that the rule t
kUBpended a tq pas the Wll with in text aa
nrl irlnallv retuj-iwl fmm ih. anm .i,u
l-ernVu thlt tnollon, tb, llowm Iliio D m.
.llouriml. "o.w at .i p. m.,
. .
Tke fcUaatlan U UsUlna-f-laleateat mf
Atiaraey general llllaata.
The Attiirnev fleneral weaii aala- ma.i.ik.. .
lorflug BUtement reUUre lo affair in LTulian"
AlV.khlln I A th laava nf t nnlalana . m a-n .
W annoth, Ijeulenant Oovernor Ptnclihack. Sec
retay of Mate Hereon and Senator Lynch an.l
Anderson mtiBtltiiteil at the late election la that
state a returning board with power Co canvas
the votea for Prcaldcntial HecVora, mamlira of
congress. State onVfre and memlier of th
legislature.
Plnchback Mn,i Anderson were candidate
upon ih Uaiublrn ticket, and therefore re
signed; r.Wr acau upon tbe lioanl, and to mi u
acncles ao created Longs treet am Hawklnt
were eiectel by the remaining meubera u t,nw
vldod by law. r
anuotn men prvieniieii io remove the Beere
tary oi isuie irotu office, and appntntel q hla
I. ","7 "?" " Jack UTiarum.
W annoth and W harton thru repudiated tbe elec
lion of Ingtreetand Hawkins, and appolnie.1
In lhlr ula-M llat.J.an lkaUV -itT"in-i
This l-oard n commuted wera proceeding to
canvaa tke v;te when, noon hie appucailon,
the4rprocee.llngs were perpetually enjoined br
tha Judge of the Ughlh lMatmt siat court.
whose Jurisdiction In tbe case was unquestioned.
Warrnoth thereupon fon4My e.ecte.) the Judg
granting aald Injunction from blaomoe, and iu
Btalleilla h 4i, irfforeihe vote were can
vasNol or It was legally known who waa elected,
the Dwuooraiki candidate for the JudjteaMplu
that ihatilct at tbe election. PnaeMknat wen
then had In the Supreme t ourt of Uw mate, by
which the valktily of thlsrhangoot Judge wa
brought In question, and the. court hekl ((invalid,
and In effect decided that Warmoth1 Imard of
canvasaera wa Ulcgal ami iu arts void.
These iWslnns of thn mate coutu were
trcatod ky Waravnh with perfett contempt
Hull wa ronunacel on the equity akle of the
i nue.1 Nkie .iwtnct court. In which an Injunc
P'.E5V "J.! "? I1 Prp"e.
. i,il5uMii uJ LL,.il!!f? .St,nll,1
I BivojuiRg to law, or a majority of tbeiiLran-
T-kaei th votea. and ret u met I that tha iten.ii.ii.
can can.UiUte for Iridentlel elector ami
niaie huh rra were riw ten; ami also that certain
Iieranns went electetl to the legislature. War
nndh having called an extraordinary session of
tne legislature, the iieraons retiime-1 a rlecte.1
by the regular board aaaembleil in the Statr.
hotue, anil, after organlxatlon, mad a formal
requuition, under amion four, of artlcl four, of
theConatitmionof the rnlte.1 state, uimn tin
preablMit to prottx t the State from dome-do t io.
Ifnoo.
Heanlntlona of Impeachment were alo pre
leire-l by thl bmlv agalnai W annoth, and un.ler
the conalitutloo of the State the LieuteuaullliH
ernor tieoame at ting (bivrrnor. Another U-ly
aaaembleil at Lyceum hall, in New Orleans, rialiu
Ingtoli th legisUtura of Ihe mate, ami waa
rccognixed hr W annoth.
Two organliAllojw were thus ma.le, promising
nothing au tke mate hut diaconl and auart hy
Not doubting that irregularities had om urretl oti
Imih aide. Imt tifllevlug that the ItepubUcau
ticket hail receive I a majority of the vole or
Iulslana. au.1 ailing In conformity to the re
turn of the regular iard of canvassers and tho
decisions of the Hfale and Federal murta th
State-house legislature by rajmgnixtng the or
ganlzatlon with which It la oounected aa the law
President decided lo answer the reaotutloo of tho
tui government oi tne state
Dearer College a Maaleal I natural r.
This Institution, of hlch we feel wa bar the
right to boast. Is Just cl wing the moat successful
t-nu in us history The examinations show
thai earnest, thorough work haa len4onebT
teachera and pupils. The muslo department
with Prof. Heuter and Mr. Taylor kml their
faithful assistants, baa been In a nouriahlna- con.
ditlun Iu ld, H U safe t say lhat our Musical
Institute u liecoming widely' known, a it da
aenrea, for It superior Advantages, the hew
college building Is now lncioe.I, and wliibS
rw-Han. .t.-aiw Bli4IJ tU CUm PIC HOU. It a

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