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WASHINGTON CITY, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY II, 187U.
VOL. XIII.
SJ. i!).
auctioxsai.es.
IY V1. I WALL cV CO., Acllirrr-,
J , NpwMarblfHlutldliur.
jo ) ant rta Prnnailvania avmiie, corner or
NiuthatreH
l oritusrwpoTi piano, walnut pah
?oKi nl4. kTLUnkH. wrtAlNirra, pad
"At riiysi
Vi t".
llVM
IH. t.lfilHH. TAhr
itotiVi'ffttM,
nMMin
wry ii.
W-cwinl Plan", Toctsre, Blonl end Corf r
I in Parlor Knit, Loud hi antok.
, rio Walnut Cuinlrr Hull, with Dr-tua;
1vBS-
J Walnut M T UhitiiWr Met
S Walnut trim n 1 A (jiuoibvr Hal.
J Uk ( lumber H-ta.
Hotta Met. ImlUtloil WV'll Wsf Iroli. Ik-ik
'.?"". bureaus, WdtdroarlJ1M T TsUca.YtbsluuU,
1 riu-ttaltmlM f. Hall Hmle, Carved C'balr
in- ttnlt Hair Mattr-iaea,
v a nut mikI uk Mkrtii4i sMsbutritm
Ualnnt MarbbMonlables
l roll- r btad , 1tarant atylss
.....- aa-. o lu ci jui'ni"
i"vm nn-ou nin aruiinrs
ILnofi SBnlaiOll-cioths.
A 11, a I
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link rtw.i miat inruiiure
Viun imtirtrMb;nverlhatatnoiiutatr-d.t
Jf n . H d, for lint- b"riii lnt-r--t,
f-bll WTL WALL On.. Awls.
HVIATIULH A: Ci.KAIlY, ""l
t Aiirtnner and Real Lata! Hroker-,
Houtbwcwt corner Penn, avenue an I Ll-vnlb street,
HUrUmoaKuUdlUa'.
Bl H IAI ASK POSITIVE HtT K HV A LAlUlF.
ILilvr,', iJiWF.Ih.. ft , iTltlrfMMll, AND
HKulirMrNi Jr tiuNjmtY and iilahh
V aiip oi lury ii.ijcfi iPiloN.f ik .waul,
1IFNHUL AHfUttlMLNr OF IUuhLIIULD
OtKJl'd, AC, Ac,
AtJ4lk
'"WitT KKHItl. (inKiHANDI
HrVKMALMFvtlNiJ MACHINf
Ittt TUd-NbAVMOKNO, KcbmarrlLin.rum
totrtirtnf atMucl'ick, we tt arll,ftkin miraiw.
Ih.n rtnia. au ft-na d jcfioti rr lb aN
Armi f4li. .
M.in tATlMFlt Jk CI.KAItr.AiR-la.
AUCTION SALES.
Kim
Ftrf y".
V ni UWALLA (O
im Ml atnl VnfX
(Knwltdllillutf.t
I rniiTivaai
Ninth itrveL
iivpim, furiirr of
Laikif ani rinrMPTimr u v o a laiuik
HT1K K JF OUtFI-1 M, M ATT1 ((. ftt . Of L
t lJUTllla ttlMTK AN lllFi'K MATTIMIM,
kill A CHILblTUirTlllHTV AHOHlXlV
On iHUUHliAVMOKNINrt, telmurf Ileum.
mnncluir at II o'clock, ou tb drat and mm I nrmr
of our BitMlum aalrarooma. wa will wll. without re
. tw, wtmn fev,uBiHi.au2 .
UiMM of Cn-wlr and lbr niakrt vt Ttialry
!:FJ..
Tit H
t IHoum hUniiiOd A (hiroa Maltlnif,
' lwi of TlirM lily, lHil makra.
( liruaaelfl
lirMi ulr. Iim
Hii'wrlfnaandothrr liurralua
A line of I Ml iMI.c. Uiiitp, Cruttitt ILHIia. ftu , Ac , ,
All aiiniauiidrAU rath, ovfrtbat aimmntairf-ilit
II Minnniii iiiinr ntiaisiriiaiaiurninnHii"
rturlly lnIord. Irariiuf inti-rrtt And wo would
Hwetfullr rail lb att-tilloii of l-nrcr-i lo thn abor
If. aa thv itikn1 ar alt of tli i try brat mkr
riwti
th
Y, L. WALL k CO . AucUuliffn
I Y II. II. WAKNLlt, Hrl Ktmr ltrkr-r
t-'Dlurf Itnja.
Ii
V U.1I. 1,. VK., A. t'O., WlUnrrr-.
VOtHfcS AND LlnflRVAT At'OTHIN-KV.
rlK&aTooii ithrt)Vfti TuotitHtuiiEtou
VWVFN lEStK IIF HAI F-
l.ininicnrln ml lilii'itl.H b. m . wa will oil- mi Ih.
Hrklflmrnf our ulM-nmnM. i Ana aaanplmadt nf
Umcrta.fJiioT. he. Wa namatn rt
ilarrnU of UraiiulaM. I rubil and llruwu Hur
UrrfUof Hjrupand Uoltumc
urrcla of muhlra, lliua, kX, Ac.
hMla and b f bNU if itrrtuj an J Il.Jtk Tra
Ilatfaof Jatttaud llkjCnT"M
IIoihoI Htarch (Smlf. Sftai. Muilinl
r t'otid?uwl Xilk. Ilrumu, ftaaiib-mH
aunt 1 1 narhwt, I oni, rtmutUx, He
II.-.!.. rJ li I.I. .nil l,.
Linl. ba"kcta, fnVi. lla-kH,
Haina, tlarti and Hlmuldsr
r ItlUrr. I'lKIMriil mt
Ti-(lllM, HUndt
rnrjHTKC'HUAUS or a pwihaihk
(lK OF JUlOpE ISLAND AKN
TKFN NlNTII AND TLNIU
fiOltTilKf HT. , ,
tlw air. ..a nf a H'kil nf Iplial In (P. (Jill
Tw, and daly r-noritiwl lu Libf r UK folio . jma i of
i iartr Iberali a-rurrd. I will a-U at
i. In fmnt of th itTRivM. t' the
i a nrrai m iniai in iiir. uiiri iii
ISTu, and duly rmnrdad lu Libf r UK folio w oca
in land rMoriia
hMl.ll ..4nh In fffndl ftt 111
hVbl M Id-rTfa llAJimn lY. Ih. IKU .l.r of r.h-
truBtrv lH at 1 n'rlnrtf Ii tn . lit IllL III IIM klllll a
auNlivl-lon of lota ion, tot and Ids. iu J F kfllr'a
aulMtlvlaon of wet half of ifjuar- Jha, I
- cttr of
auixilviaonoi wrnnmni niuarv m.iumi'uij
M Mhlnirtun. I tJ.,tothrr wlib Ihalmi-roTtm-nla
thTon, fou-1-Hn nf a thr- atory Jtrli k Dwrlllntr.
T-nnai lnn) cinht tlanc In all, twrlra ani
liflitofn moutba, with inl-reat, to Im a-rnr-d by
a. (1-od of truat on tb I roNrtr If ttjrm- of aala ara
notcoiDilbnt with wltlilna-v-ii daaafl-rlo,lba
truatra r-arrvra lh- rUfht to mw-II lhrutrly at
til rial and nt Of to illuiuiuc imrriuiwr
Uti hnndr-ddollai a d?oait ou accctanc of bill
Cuuveyauklnif at I tircbaa r a cot ,
Ukf.lt WlMOWAKH Truate
frbS-tAda la. II W AIlNLlt, Amt
II. II. WW It NTH.
BnI K-Ul Hrokrr and Aw-Uuuerr.
TV Hevrulb atrc-t, between O aud It
Ux
urn i r w "i r iir -i Mimn ri nm i
ttgvrl ritoiMtT NATMr: if.if a.nii
lAUVANl8hWNTtlHlltF.l0RTIirAMT
Urimbvn,
t'oiinlrraial
1-; lailvfti'lttNlHli.
ffbioat
tM.
.ka. Hh.ii
naaod llarutva.
j and at th dir-rtlon of the i-artr tbt-r-br
FfuT. wm artt) nltar fnp ! Iti ft, nf of Ilia I rrlubi
tiuUl'aiirUHi.ourIlNLsDAV.Uif. till (l-r-f
Fabruary, bra, at ao'cbn k . 01 ,t " bVbil bl 1
dera,tbeat balf of ainiarn CA. bailor orlfinal Iota
I. t, A, i, M, , 3T, ., 3U.BI, 2- 83. 31 and A tu
aald euare, kxrvtUfr with tLe ltn rute ntfula
Ui'teou.
T.nn. nf ail alii linnh. wltli rtlwiuM of !
ainl Iut4rt at ten i-rrMt. frtitii lb 11th of May.
Xrn. Id rata. aud to ImJanc- la all, twHva aud
owbtoan iwinllia. a-rurwl br d(-d of trnt nt-on
tuai-mrwrty. Flrehtmdrrd ilnllararaab bn tba
rmiiy iaatnickon,illf thnt-rma arutroin
HImI with In tail dara art-raal-.tb- truto-a reM-rte
lb rUrbttorilUieToi"ny at therlpk and coat
of tba tWatiltln purcliaarr All roUTejratKtiiir at
lue iun.uaari etw
TawtfrjiraTn..
ant3 UIlAtNAHDH WARNFlLAmL
I :m I Iir AIMj I. iw r nia iiv.tu i"
I uiaiumiiai, iroruarr ii, n , i i" "niiir uoui
AFFAIRS ABROAD.
KINO AMADEUS TO ABDICATE.
Tlit IHnVrriM-r brfn-rrn III .UJiy irl
th- .IllnUlry tli-i I'motr-Thf! Orlnln r
the Tronhle Kpl-litfd-Th .llretUi (
lh Cartrn Hliilrmrnt of Prime ftllnU
It r orllln-Tlif Kim rirn.tr ltf-ltfd
! AbdlrnteThr Hc-In f Ihv L'rlea
.1Ide Prrnmucrit Thet'nrlUt Inanrrrc
tla flnlnlnf Mtrenith Trlnl f lh InU
ivm rrlr-tfl t Ittihlln fammfnrrd.
HIM IN
Klac Amndrpm ! Abdlmlf thr Tbrnnr.
London, VeU. I0.-The fylluwlm dUpatcti wt
recelved here bj lh RfitlcrTcleBrtph Company,
It linurkeil "urgent andwaa mil dclajel j
th cenaor. It la therefore belie ed to hare avmc
fouodallum
Madrid, Feb. io,llli Mijrtj, King Ami
dfa manlfeiti a ituiKltlon tu atxlicata the
rrown.lnwbkhiai he will reiigii hla powef
iDtulhehaDdaofthe Curt-a. Madrll la i"l'L"
Tin aaroKT oiNiiaatP. , .
l. ll, Feb. io.-lhe VrrtimlrMin n Ita
iMiie to-Uj anooumea th nrobabllltj that the
aeaamn of the Corte will I aiiapendcd for a
few ilara, and upon rra-icnihllnif a proiwaitlon
from Klnft- Atnadeaa to alIU ate the throne will
he read In Connreaa. where an effort will prob
ably be made to dlanuade the Kins from rarrylna
out hla pnrpoie. Hhould he poraltt, s apeiUI
law will be pawed eleitlna reacnt aud cabinet.
Other Madrll Journal-, ptate that If Ihe KlnK
Hhould reaign Iho t rown the prerentauthormeii
will remain in ortUe to watch the lounie of
eent ami It U lelleel all qncatloiia arlalnn
nut uf the at-ilcllou 111 I aUtlnl an oMIng to
the Luuatitutlon. and wlihuiii tllturlance,
t abtnet louncll waa held la-t iitght. after whb h
fk-nor Martoa, Minlater of roielirn AITalrat
Henor rtccwa. Minuter of Ihe Interior, and
Menor Kxchi'iary, Mintaler of Finance, had a
unfrrente with Nenor lllvem, prealdenl uf ion-gre-a.
A vonfircutc al-n timh plate lietween
remtr(ilKKla, Mlnhterof War. and the pleni
potentiary tiitlt era In Madrid. A large meeting
of the tonnctallTrs waa held at night.
TIIR COKTIM.
Ilie Huiatclif a vole of ft. attalnl pawed a
motion tf Lofiiidenie In the Mlntitry on the
qnf-ili.nof lucuurae toward the artillery with
regard ti the rerent dMnnnitratbinanf Itmiour.
dilution In that brtm h nf the anny.
The lloTernnicui has created an unmanco
and 'lac-
nttI!
WALLAI'O.Aui-t-.
K?n.'nan"i'r
tarn H II "AU1I II, tut I
THi: KT rKIllll!NT.
No. loot Borthweat oornar Tenth au.l Uatre-ia. j Vmmnt 0f ike Uln-toml Vte T--tIrrw-
Tr'HrFE KAft OK A KKAT TWi8T0n'
rKV3 J"A'. No- ' STREET BOUTK
lAHI, At Al Ulltl
IrtMa l.r a .l.a I nf tptl.
t, II. I. and duly recorded In lut-er No. tU, Mlo :L
DnaiM ma lau I recor-ia ot w aoniUN-iu, u v. an
jlta i-Hitinat ol lb lairtr aocnretl Inereby, I will
I1 at publio a i, ttwn. In fmnt of thn premlpe. to
ha bulit bl Idcr, ou Fill DAY.-February I, IsJt at
an-cincKp, m.lrtiil oriKlnal lHI lu rwfuaraftJl,
Umiu led aa iRliiwai IHrinnln at th orthpt
i-ofnnr of Mid 1(4, an 1 nmuuitr thauc woal HO Iret
, inruca eaai au
ak-
nTl tlta fMcrtr( at tbo rUk and coat of the d -fault.
tuj-urtJia"T,
litlAlNAHDtl WARMPK.Trn-U-.
X eoAda OtltKN A Vi tLLIAMH, And.
ArraugewirMt- C'umplrteil, nwd Tfllrr
Helreted, Ar.tAr.
Preliminary arrangement a for the Joint meet
ing of the tW' limine of Cuagrea are l-elng
completed, ao that everything lll more
ainoothly KMnorrow, when the membera of loth
Ilou-ea are aMembloil In the ball o( the llone of
Hepre-enUtlTc tocoonl the elcttoral votea for
1'rcatdctil and Vice Preil lent. Sejutor bherman
haa been appointed tellsr on the part of the Hen
ate, anl Mesart. liawua an I Deck on the part of
the Itouie.
The proceeding couiwiiieut upon Ihla uvea
alTn, thoofti TrryAimiiei an 1 aimoit wholly void
of formality, are alwaya Interesting, anl will
duuMl-ra attract a great crowd to Ihe gallerlca
ot the llouac, aa they are aecund In nuvelly only
tv- THE A U(J F 8ALKM K13TPUXED U.NTIL . to the Inaugaratlou Itaclf. Qle1lou hich 111
MuNl)VY..ebruaryl7,irl r Trnate- pWTole debate of a grate iharacter, will arUe
IflTQ'UI llILt.,1 WIUtlAII
S,Anci.
' reganllng the count of the vote frmn Louisiana
and rktnaa-.
In the earlier hlalorv of Ihe tnnutrT Hie
urot eedlnff took. Mace lu the Senate hainber. In
Iheprearme of the Pcnatora and Iteprcaeuta
uvea, the Prealdcut uf the Hetiale oncnlus an I
TltUHTrl-rs HALK OK VALHAIiLU IMPKULb I counting the votea, and one Heuator and one
1 ItOFEQTlT, Kepreaentatlve, alttlug at the l Icrk'a table, made
n ny virniaoia nrsaoi iruniniHM-iner3i, i ft nsiui me toicb bs mcjwere- iieuarcu, Aiier.
IY U.M ! U'tl.1. Az CO.,
J New Marbl IJullilliur
Nu. 9 aud MU lvnuailvaulft avet
Ninth airect
Auellvaieerx.
aveuue, corner of
n i,aiii uuiy ret'orn-'i iji i ijiipt jiu. ma, iinhi warn mat iimy waa if normal iii tne iianof tne
r, i' iVoi iaii :! iT.. JuZ V iiiiiriuii oow M Keprrncutative-, in tne prearnte or
?henii rtiy.7 ? lm laatV5cbi PitSJln l,"" ,M,,lc" lu oUli '''- " teller IB re-
l".'"l ?."fI. ''.""'. r.." ?.Ylfr?. ' ".' !I' niilrn.1 lulu, anmilntiul no Ihn oartitflha K. nil
lllco will be taken up In tongre-a to-ilay for die
cutsljn. THE OW VTUKW
which pre ailed here jeBterrtay alw extended
throughout ihe northern pruvlni ea, where the
fall waa very heavy.
Tit a IINUi ftlJtWNfl DH AtOHATIMJ.
Maprip. Fen. 10. In the event of the King a
ab.lt fttlon the Senate and i'ongreaa will go Into
Joint aeM'lon and continue to ait aa one chamber
until the throne la tilled or fntnre form of gov
ernment aellled. Th hlng'a iliantNillhin to quit
the throne la attributed to the din"ercn.e between
Hla Malcalr anl Ihe Ministry whkh anwe In
November fa t. When the g-ncrat of artillery,
lKn III lalg-, wa iirntnutfl in the captain gen
eralship of the lla ro.ua proTlnera a majority of
the orTUera In the artillery branch of the aervlce
relgnel their comnilsstona, at the aametlme
piotesting againai ino proiuuuuii - inr("ii
and unj mild able and refusing to aerve under
lliilalgu iecauae he participated In the maiaacre
of Han Oil barret la lu iw.
Hidalgo, meeting with ao mutti opposition,
DnallT reaigneil. and Ihe ollber- withdrew their
resignation!; but the mlnUtry recently appointed
him to a. new and Imtmrtant command hi Lata.
lonta. The army offlcera renewed their protest,
and again sent tu thilr realisation. The mln
lairy ill-regarded them, and appealing to the
Cone obtained nearlT a unanliuona vote of con
ndeme. Ihe Klog from the lglnntng liaa dis
approved of the promotion of Uldalgo, and feels
affronted ttctause hi Cabinet compels hlro,
through a vote of the Coitea, to auiuleace In
the last appointment.
It la given out that Kcnor jrllla will retire to
private life if the Rrngperrtsta m ttl resolTC to
alxlkftte.
Ihe member of th tones belonging tethe
most RdvaiiiedBectloit of the Ilepubllcan party
held a meeting yesterday to connldcr what action
ahould be tftken In the trlsla. AtKMit thirty per
son were present. Ihey resolved to maintain a
pat lllr, yet energetic, altitude, and If the King a
determination ahoui I be irretMaiil-, toeucouh
age oMcrly manifestation" In favor of the cilab-
innmcni i a itepuiiuu.
BTlTBVKKTOr PCKOK MfBll ,
Ing which Ihe doctor waOdiol lu Ihe gndii and
tjneatlnthehand.
tETTER-aoX BOBBBRIM.
It has been discovered that the afreet letter-
iKixe have been recently robbed throngbunt the
city, rrllsy night rlghloflhcm were broken
open.
Till! CKiHT-HOt H MoTRNKKT.
The Urrmin Jonrneyinen rablneUniBker aii'l
employee of the furniture ma nn fail tiring trade,
at a meeting held yesterday, took preliminary
action for the renewal of the effort for the eight
hour system In the spring. Ukn action was
taken by the Journeymen shoemakers.
tl-MalOH KAIHrLKtMUl,
uf UnwVlyn, la again In a helpless com It on.
IfXIEl IT WtU t ASK DkCIPkP.
The surrogate of Westchester roiinly to-lay
admitted the Oreeley will to probate.
THlFt-ow wyrp HOT PKAP.
A rumor wis in circulation at hue hour this
afternoon that Thurlow Weed had suddenly
died. Upon Inquiry H wet awertaiucd that Mr.
Weed was lu his usual health Ihl morning, and
Ihla afternoon sent message to post master
Jones asking for an Interview at the itor
house,
llNkNALur tlcAKUINI-MAt kTIHRi.
The fuueral ceremonies of the late Mcr tleu
era) Hurra took place to-day, at ML PatrUka
cathedral. Thethurth waattrapeil In black, and
waa crowded almost to annotation. A Pontifical
high inasswa celebrated by Archbishop Mc
Llosky. and funeral oration wa preathed by
llhhop 1iughlln, of llruvklyn.
jin.iTnti ArtfiiKT
Three Pcnton Killed nnd n Nmuber In
jured, Tin t itxtc. Felt. In. This alteni'-m the Hr
i It's llend accommodation train on the Allegheny
alley railroad, when nearrHnib tiraa station,
broke a rail, and five car of oil and a passenger
car were thrown down the bink. The following
persona were Injured. Michael lain, A. Mingle
Ion, o. A. Knox, J. P. Klddler, J. Ilsnne. II. Mil
ler, A. L. Hamilton, V. V, Morlarty, John II.
WhitiomK and alraluboy. The passenger coach
remains lit the rher, the writ ken being unable
to raise It. Two bodlra are floating In the water
Inside the car. How many perished Is as yet un
known. The conductor I unable lu tell the
nmuber who were In the III fated t ar.
utTrif.
Among Ihi Injured are Mr. Jo, k Manna, of
Pmnhurg, whone Injuries are ecrtou. W ith thh
exception, bone uf the others enumerated were
aertouslv Injured. The compsntV surgeons and
others were promptly on hand to relieve the
sufferers. It Is now poslthcly certain that there
were but three persons killed a ncwslmy and
two unknown men. The train was running en
time, and the disaster waa unavoidable.
Hritnlar W ll-on'i letter fHcdnHtUu.
IbwtTON. Feb. IU. The following I Kcnator
Wllson'a letter of resignation, presented In the
Legislature KMlayt
Ntu a, ebruar a, IsTa.
Hint I resign my seat In tbe ttcnatu uf Ihe
t nlted States, touke effect at the done of the
t-ortv-aecondConaress. on Ihe3lilaruf March.
On tendering this resignation to enter upon tbe
ilutlea assigned bv the suffrage uf the nation, I
daslre to express to the people of Massachusetts
m vrateful thsuLa for their sptiemua rotifllehce
andaupiNfrt. ruiir tlraea, and fur the period of
more than twenty-two years, they have commis
sioned nie to represent them In the Netiate uf
thelnlted Htatea. The eighteen year I nave
served them there have ieen evrntruiami mil
uf historical algnlflunce.
ilrava resiNMislbtllllea and hlirh duties hate
rested uion me. Mindful of Imperfections I yet
feel In retiring ion-clone that I hare really
striven to be faithful to my country, true to the
equal rights of my loimlrjnicnof eery rue,
and devoted tn the Inferenia rf the people uf tho
cmnnionwrsiin.
Your obudicul servant, IIkwrt Wiro.
t m t tmrtlm't ICn. 8 Hrt AAva, flwftmwrtif Vw
HfilMPl.
March 1 1 wis the day assigned for the election
of Hen a tor W llson a aiiccessur.
Th rmrrwy Hcnnterlal lHteallalla.
loratt, Feb. 10. The Potiiemy Investlgmttng
i-ommlttce to-dav authorlxeil the publication of
that portion nl rienalnr orkea testimony which
wa kept back at the time It wa given. Il waa
to tho effect that Tomeroy tol I him he had three
anles In the antl-Pumerny caucus. The names
given were Senator Moonlight, (.apt. HougtunU
an itenresentatlve Ilxxl. Judge Tertoit, the
Inlted States district attorney, waa examined.
He testlne I that he had no knowledge of the
nse of money by Pomemy. llelng asked If he
had any conversation with IVmeroy relative tu
the alleged payment uf IT.ooo to )urk,he re
filed that hi oniyconTeT-iilon with Pomemy on
bat subject wa in his capacity as attorney: that
hocoull not lawfully repeat anything said to
bint lu cunildence by a client.
CREDIT M0B1LIER.
THE WILSON COMMITTEE.
FantNlpiHlUn r .lnrie ('. I. hliermnH n
llevernmrnt III reel ar ( tbe ChUm Pi
rifle UftllrsH-1-Tbe Falrnvacaat Price
Allewen on Ibe Amr mA llealo L'n
trBCt.
The special committee uf the House, uf which
Mr, Wilson Is thalrmen, to Inquire Into the In-
debteduesa due the Uoveratnent by the Inlon
Pai in railroad, and why It la out paid, held a
special session last evening, and examined
Judge U P. rihermiii,iif Ohio. He testlflei) that
he wm a (tuverniuent director ui ine union
PaciOc raliroail from the summer of 144 till the
summer of tT. W heu the thiverament ill rectors
first met with the Inlon Pacific board In New
)ork,ln l4, they otJected to the lloxle con
tract. The exeiuflve committee did extend the
contract for NT miles without reporting to the
Iroard, ami the Government directors, when they
ftscerWTMd the fact, protested on the groand uf
the extravagant prtue agreeil upon. Il waa ua
ilerstosWlBaHWT Dnrant furnlsheil the uuaMy
to ltulMthe re1 some distance out uf Omaha
utit it hla own private meant, and then the
credit niotrtller made Ita appearance, but how it
appeared, or when, waa kept concealed from Ihe
Uoverpment directors as much aa conld lie.
Thellovernment directora knew the road waa
carried un with remarkable energy by Imrent,
Witness Uioornt tne pncee annweti unner tne
Aniea contract were double what they ahould
h ivii. Atone half of that nrlce contractors
nouldkavemadeafalr profit, lie thought eon-
tractor migm nave neen touan won woom nave,
built the road at a much less price than Mr,
im.. 1 n nirht nut hit liin nosslble for anv
contrattnrtonare bntlt the road aa Dr. Irarant
dl.1 with hla remarkable energy. He could drive
turn letter than any one witness ever aaw. Had
no knowledge of any money ever telng paid a
Government orncer or member of Uongresa to
accure Influence. The Oovernment dlret tore rV
Jertel lo the Doomrr and lloxle contracts. The
lloxle konirait waa the only one rnterel Into
whUe witness held the position of Oovernment
director.
The manner in wtilcn ine roan was uunsiruricu
underthe Hox le contract was satisfactory. Wit
neaa thought profit of one hundred per cent,
on the a tualt-oHtuf the road wot hi not have
been too much to the contractor. Had not the
credit Inohlller been formed and taken hold of
the road Ihe work would have been stopped In
slty tlava. If the credit mobiller expended
thirty million of doiiara and made fifteen mil
lions they made no more than a fair profit. If
tbe road bail failed then and lost Dr. Dorant, for
he waa the life and eoul of the roaiLIt would
probably have ieen a failure to-day. The road
waa cianmenccd when the war waa In existence,
and when oovernment l-onda and all klnda ot
seen titles were ot uncertain value.
Theft waa no way of getting auppllea except
i. m iiaaiHiri rlv-r. hence lanrA broOta had lu
t given. After the rloae of the war, and when
thing, he ame settled, f w,iwn per mile (under the
Aniea aontract) was entirely to much. Did not
think t.im,ooii an extravagant price for build
ing th rol. He thought there waa no danger
from Indian hostilities after 1e3. Mecretary
Hrowrnng told 1 be oovernment dlrectore that the
Uovrrpnivnt wanted the road baUt, ami would
ie BfttsiBeo wun ine iDv-reunmi ioboc. rweioi
it waitint raitisi iimni for more. I-Tftfllna mem-
Itenr nf fonnres exprewed the same views a
Mr. Muwnlng, In the spring of lans liooksof
aulutnrliHIon were uened In every Bute In the
mon. anil hid iui nmmuu viiimihui
mil not a imnsr sunwrnoeo.
at Martnl'a this evening. Ihla asm-laHon I
compoee1 of an unusually select i lass of resi
dents, an I Ihe attendance this evening promise
lu lie With large and artstot rallc.
Mis Lannle dray, of cw urk, tho guest of
Mr. (ieranl I. McKenzle aud wife, vrj Thirteenth
street, I conspb uom In 'k kly for her personal
i harm and taste In dress. Hhe wa a alar at
Oriental reception last night.
Tbe pleasant weather of yesterday brought
t alien out tn large number. The dullness of
the tatter part of last week wa not continued.
and It looked quite natural to see uurlicllea en
Joying themselves in their niual social manner.
Mra.ex-Henator Howell will be happy lo re
telve her friend at her residence, No. en M
street, to-dsy, Mr a. Howell ha a large circle uf
friends In Washington society, who will lie
pleased at this opportunity to pay ihtlr respects.
Mr. U lice and her sister, Mis Foster, were
among the agreeable ladle we met calling yes.
terday. Mrs. Miles Is a New i urk lady, and re.
rently arrived In Washington, bur ha alrradv
formed a Urge circle uf a qualntam e among
therfifrof theiapltal.
Mrs. General fthenuau'a rtcrptlmi was,
usual, very largely pet run lied by the numerous
frknda of the amiable hostess. Ml-a Sherman
and MIb Whelau are valuable aid, and aid
greatly to the pleasure of avcall apon Ihe ills
tingutshed General's family.
In reply to the Inquiry of a correspondent we
wilt state that the turning down of a corner of a
rani signifies that the person whose name It
bears presented It In person, and also that where
there are several ladies in Ihe family the tall
la made npon each of them and not upon Ihe
hostess exclusively.
As many ladies hare discontinued their recep
tions for the season, we shall be happy to an
nounce the fact for eoch aa may notify ua to that
effect. Callers express mnch Impatience at the
annoyance they almost dally experience In going
long distances to call on ladle who have aud
denly decided not la recclre.
Mrs. llallctt Kllbcnirn, we believe, continues
her Tut lay reception with the previous pleas
ant attraction or dancing oniUlcd. Mrs. KU
boam'a popularity In aoclety, however, will In
sure a large attendance at her receptions, where
her presence la a aufllctrnt attraction to Induce
ker friend to continue their Tuesday visits.
lira. Judge lloardman 8ml th and her hand
some and amiable daughter, Miss Nellie, will lie
at home to their friends at their residence, No.
1I1S K street, thla afternoon. Mrs. Hmlth'e man
nera are free from affectation, and her cordial
greeting at once places) her visitors at ease and
prepares them for the promised plea-ant sojourn
which they are aura to pass. Mlaa Nellie Is like
wise affable, and ter conversation la fall of ani
mation. W e can premise all who may call upon
thla pleasant family must cordial welcome,
Mn.D.C. Cox receives at her residence. No,
lll Ninth street, U afternoon. In all Wash
ington aoclety there la no more agreeable or en
tertaining lady than Mrs. Cox, and those who
ti-ii ncr receive weioome insi ib truij pica sank
There la do reason why affectation ahould be
aided to politeness, ftlll Mria eon's manner
frove that the letter quality may l pnsaessed
a a high degree without being wealed to the
fonner. The hosteM Is usually surrounded by
a number of entertaining ladles on Tuesdsys.whu
render her reception additionally attractive.
President Grant'a next levee take place to
morrow evening. Pur the benefit uf stranger
we win state that these leveea are open to all
I who Iust chouse tn nav their reanet ts. Th nra.
Adjourned uutll 10 o'clock to-day. ! nea have been largely attended and scry
, 1 i'.aa.. mnt ,rv HU ... K, lit , 11.-
wb witjtn.V IfVKSTIOATTOW AT miLAIiKI rill
I iilbaoainia, re. i-s itt.n. .iiihiihi ,.
W llsosj, chslnnan of the I nlon Paclfbi and cre.it
motdluTvuminltteeNo. la In thla city for the
purpose uf examining la to the ctrcumttancea
attending the payment uf check for i,wi on
the GiranI Unk, which rheck waa paid by llenj.
s , Miwnne, formerly nashler and assistant treas
urer ef the I nlon Pacllla luilruail Company.
Tbe witness liefure the committee said he gave
Il to jamea K. Wilson, (overument director,
while In Boston, which, however, Mr. Wilson
denied all knowlelge of.
SOCIETY INTELLIOEHCE.
Mrs, Judge Ilrysn and Miss Page hold a recep
tion to-day.
Mr. Admiral lUhlgrtn hold l Iter weekly re
cjptlon tu-)lay.
Mrs. James roccltes to-day at her resbicncc on
JtlAUHIIk rco. IU.II il. urn luuKivm wri
tiMky the seats of the mini iters were vacauL
Menor Hgueraa, leaileruf tne Itepublkan party,
expressed hi lurpilse at the absence of the
members uf the Cabinet at au h a Juncture, and
demanded that they notlfletl to attend. Presi
dent Hhera thereupon sent a messenger lo re
quest the presence uf a representative of the
ii.., i.rnmaiii KatinP jirllla. iirrslileiit of the
and tell on the part of the Houmi of Krprcsenta- fuiiucll, aoon afterwinUeutcrcil and pre ceded
lives, lo whom are handeil, as they are opened to address the House.
lent oi ine rensic, ine irrii'Mauai no ac allow irojte1! mat - miuhuuh imk'
Tho Late tlevrrnwr Henry.
llARKii at wi, Pa r eK t' A post mortem ex-
auiinaiiouoi i" iij i iwrmui utij i- i -.-
loveml no natholoffkat tslon of any vmn. ftnl I Laiayilte aquare.
theiwnclusfun arriveil at was that he died from! w i(iaipp,K-aikraoiiTiicM.lsvsat her humeon
1 syncope, initl by nenuua pnwtratlon, there-I . . ,. llBr.
.suit eil overwork and matorlal raihexy. The i Lirayetteaquart ,
brain welsheii w ouuecs, wnim is consniereu i iicnerai aim Mr. inccui imn iur-n;s
remarkably large a the largest brain un record -t x0. ml N street.
wciKneu oaoiuiura,
iiurdcrlssnoi by Major Jorlan call out the
Fifth division a a funeral cstort ou Thursday,
and invites other military organisations to participate.
Tbr II I it I I.ohMiuih l,ri(IlntiirrH.
Hat In Ik rllr 14 WaKhiiurton. 1 U.. and beimr .
4tti I kantn aa I.Ja i,iitnlu.pa.f nlnaivjilii f ttl
til bmiilred. ibu.1 In 11. K,lill-rt amvrdod i, the I'resli
?l!i?y!:'u,'.'--T',"Tlombra nt 1UU,"W "J, of electoral votes. Tlie teller then read them rt his. but the Govertinieiilhad no Interest In on-
Mra. General lltlntzvlmin rvceitis at No.
IWT M street to-day.
Mrs. Admiral Had font roceit t un Tuc-tdays at
her home In Georgetown.
Mrs. D M, llll anl Ml llliss mclvc uu
wruij hit. mai
Ibe-aloUlisraaaihafruutof rhflileeu feet un I
street, and cauh Is liuiirov-d by two-atory aud
lerniai tins), with lntr-a( theraoi
tan ivrrvlitmn ia- .Uhiim PPiHIt IWI.,1
airpf the taiwusca of Bale th on eat h house, am
aloud and makes a list of the votes as Ihey an
Car from the certificates. The votea having
rn rounlnl. Ih results of the same are ita-
"( Ilvered to the 1'resnlentof the Keiiate, who an
Ml nouncea the Mtate of the vote and the name of
flulTmnXSt'SS, " l0" 'lted. Thla annoumement Is
? blaOf at SIX UMUlWllhPtrp- from til .... i - ,nin,il ! Iinllnn nf Iha tu-mma
tulmlatnnieuf; sal. ronveysiM-lrw attlMcostof elected 1 resident ttud Mce President, ami, to
lurcWcra, J. f CArFIlTON,truat-e I get her with tro list of vote, I entered ou the
febe-td VT U WALL k U , AuctlonMra, Jounial uf the two Houses.
B.P .7....-rT.. T- . . A Joint rule requires that seat shall bo pn-
Y (lltKlLN Ac U'IM.IAIW, AnctUftecrnt .ieil as follows For the PrcsMintuf the Mtiiate,
NorlowestDoriierTsulhaiidDatreetB. ' (ho Miwaker's t haln forthe Mpeakcr, a elialr Im-
mellaieiy un nis ten; tor tne nciuiura, in tno
bodyuf the hall ou the right uf the presiding
ofTUcn for the Iteprrsentatlves, In the tnxlyof
the hal) tiotuocuplwl by the Heuator, for the
tellers, Hee retary of tbe Henate and Clerk of the
House uf Represents lives, at the clerk's desk;
for the other officer of the two Houses, in front
of the Clerk's desk and upon either side uf tho
Speaker's platform.
. JU1UI rviilioiiirc mil irv in"it tr rtmn on
inynrne half ok a vhit di!nirjiiii.v
rii BjtiK oc rWLVTH "Tbu'Ti."''
1 WttN U AMU N HTKkkTM NOUtUWEHT.
31:
llvvtrtuAof dptnliif trust taJuahua Whit
..r: i-.f-vj-.T.-:.'- ';-. j.. iu
crM tu Liiier be aav fi
iinu rrourua vi
tbo Dmtrtot of (Columbia, pawed oa tna ath day of
Jniw Isn.tu th cans of Ualtva. Olmat-ad el aL,
ainiava, tt in uifHiai utuuer,
SPlA'SPiA'AT.'SS&fc
11 tiuiiatil In the aittlna' of Consrcss. ain
moveil that the acaslon be made permanent.
The motion was tarried. Al 11 to-night there
ha I been iio adjournment.
THE CAPUiTT INaCaaltCTIOM.
Wi uiAi1vlcea from C'arllat source
that the Insurrection in upaln la dally
...""- . - -...: irroviur in iirruniu.
f.zrKrvsffi;:7si.
Sntarlil Uul.un wurfUjo Ibe S.n.t. reluniKl t.. ""u"l "" " ' 1-"'
r:ys;i,! "'"'' 'v"'"""..'!!!'1"!
. an, LimHT vwiei u. luiauiuuar ui uuuw i i ijaac n, uiidi ui utmj uwu, iw hviii i..t,,j 1
KiH-nea rui-a m iiacaoi m aaiu oaua uiuj-, them of their election. -..7.t
ilul,uJb) ftM writteu riuaat ofthirty At th8 . tolut meetiui. on February 10 ' "n""eu!
Hanirai. ara will aaii a I imtiiirt auruiiu. in I mill ill in I .
.T'".,.v.:.i"i..-,",.:n:rT.. lisin.i
t ..tLW
eallnff the fact. He ad t tied the Ilepubllcan
Deputies not to arthaaUly. Nuthliigof an ofll
rial character had ret been done. The Inime
dlJte (inty of the tfoternuient was to maintain
o-der. lie objeetcil tu the sitting uf the Con
gress under the ctn uiustaucea.
henor orllla then autol that the King In
formed him ou Saturday Ian that he was firmly
resolved to a in t teste. The M in 1st era sought to
dissuade the King front hi purpose. 11 a MaJ
c ity asked for twenty-four hours to consider.
All that the Prime Minister could aav was, that
he ha I not received hla Majenly aonuial act of
abdication, and he waa unable, In the present
atate nf suspense, to make any propossl lo or
ask any vote from Congress.
DCnor riguerasaai'i h cum iiuiukict miu
tot nrttwu nil aud aliteeu. tKl lu aquar- two huu-1 their chamber for the purpuso.of considering the
limi BUU DIKUIf.iui IJni)! iniUHiui .wa ,uv awiuw
IH feet 111 liiibe from Ihaaoulbpaat eortier of Ball
p mare, and rmiuliirf tuctica north with tbo I
Iwplhn street wrt I4feet tlnobes; thetun wi
ri
irrt ih iiwu. iuauc bouib wiiu in un oi
ailu tf feet im heal tbencweaat U f-etHaiue
IU Hi V'oi iMnnunuNf. wn iasr wiui id luuro'r' maue ft lO IDC TDI
inenia tbareou, 1) linr in t ha city o( Vi sabtiuftou, D fl. .u, h caw the two
Trrmanraale Oii fourth caah; balanca lns !jP, t asme aut
laai..i41ni.u.Mia.ftkliilarpL.aa,iFMlbvadaedo7 ,llJr ,.n0.Ba.nle "UI
truaL tUuui-a and conveiauclnrf at lbs rust vt the tee un l riviiegee and
iunhap, lw Lund rod dwliar down when the report uf the facts
iroorrty la atrurk off. Th iruat-ea reaervo Ih laiulslana Position ai
rttit to raa-ll Ih iruitiir at IL rial and coat of
inc, nd, .lt,r UI.ui.loi.. uVplwl rwolStlon ' """ "i "." J ".' "! "" iU .ram
th.l lW Ii. oounliM. 1 h. Iluule .,e.l ..ml. KfSj.WiWii.SiiSnu
UrrejaUoii,.uil.lh Mill UtIiii relurnr.1 MirciUltliolr4ni.olUi miurEtnu.
vium'k:
.;"""L''!''?.-,,.".,!.,r"":! i..i..iiiuK.tiL
inn i wo uniciai iwnnuin ,i- iui. tuiiu. a. ,
Lyceum Hall, and after a ronsuiutiuii agreed to Mrs. Fraik Gaisaway ret elves al No. 1 1 IV New
meet to-morrow etcnlug f-r tho purpoae uf hav 0rk areaue Ihla afteniooii.
Ing a better under tarn ling. The coutestlng ,., .. -.1-- ihir rriemis tiMiav at
parties treated each other with etery tourtesy, The Misses Tour receive their iricmis lo-uay at
and both appeared dealrou of bringing atwut a their residence la Georgetown.
eeltlement. The proposed lectins; of to-morrow , M j ? w ,Uf oni oI w MhmBtm' so lely
evening seem, lo meet wlib favor from both I ".L ' n xueadiTi.
aules. I
Judge Cuuom, ui tne ruin uisirici court, vo.
ilav dpi Ided that the act err a till IT suiierlor illf
trict court I tiucouiiitutioiial.
Trntttc In InloOrnllnaj Liquor-
llHLAPxintiA, Feb, 10 -t a confirtme ol
the frlenda of temperance hel I In thlitiiy to-
day resolution weru adnpteil urging the a)-1
tMilntment bv Comrrca of a tomiulsslon of In
quiry, tombing tbe aubjeet uf national leglala- '
noil cu ninii 11 in irauic 01 mioAiLaiiuii ii'iuur.
Mrs. J. It. Deck and her acconiplliho.! daughter
receive at No. 1415 G street uu Tuesdays.
Mrs, II. It. Ilathbone receive at her pleataut
h me uu I afayctte square this afternoon.
Hut few of the wlvca of the Huprriue Cumt
Ju igea were at home lo tatters yesterday.
Mrs. Lathropa weekly reception lake place
at her resilience, on K atrcet, this afterueou.
M rs. Governor Cooke ret elves at her resident c,
pate In ihla one will undoubtedly enjoy a very
aareeable evenlna. The Presence of a full band
uf lunslcandof all the most distinguished peu
rio 01 asniogvin lenua vt rentier tne levees 01
be President, aside from the pleasure of meeting
Mill 111 i;inUMf uuuuc luminal
Humors reach ua to the effect that several of
our leaden of aoclety will give a grand masquer-
sua oerore tne close or ine season. The report.
we are sure, win be nailed with delight by our
readers. Why there ahould not be more variety
lo our social entertain men ta has long been a
Piixxle to us. nanicnlarlv towsnl the rlos nf th
season, when the costumes of our bellea have
ftllbsMMi freouentle trxhttittetl anftiftelrrleirant
dresses tcome very familiar. Tbe everlasting
"iuiiuinii-iiraiivi cvcuinira naa occomo mo
notonous, and there can be no reasonable ob
jections to private masquerades when carefully
conducted. I-et our belle and beaux rejoice
over the good time coming, when they ran dis
tant thelrcostly attire aud appear mine easy
costumes uf Prlnco carnival. Give u ft few
entertainments before the season close where
we can dispell with airs and hate a real social
time.
CAPITOL AND DEPARTMENTS.
and iiririntr the passage of a bill prohibiting Ita 1
aale In order that the nation may lie rellet ed uf m Georgetown, from S o'clock uutll to-day,
(OS iiuiiintcvi luivimmii m ii.iuv imnu'.int
to minora tu etcry relation of life.
to the hall, the vt tea were accordingly lountcd.
eetmiuchca To-morrow a similar objection will probably iw
,os 01 ine sauio oiai. m an 1 - . . . .. .
houses seuarste. each lo 1011. ' Tbr ltrpri wflbe Coiumilleear Thirty,
aublert. Ih 8nte a L'ninmlU m. vii nt.liuk II Hrno-hs. will nrcseut
raec uons icsienuy mane a iue reimrt of the committee ui tnirty in ine is
onaomntltot the pembng seuibly un Katurday. He will pmloutly com-
1 11 iu ita 1 110 tin luiii .vie. 1 iiinni a in iriin rruuciit i iiitib.
hlili will afTiinl thpin ilat fiipth illirtiiltia-I .tn.aiii iiptnurvPiiiiilMI
r niirrlnur In uu Ih trnia ara not .. .w- .i.. iil.i. i. ... ... . I . ... .... ..i.i t ...i.....nii. ......
coiu,uedwiihwuUunvUtaartvraai , . ronventlou. uo vote ublecle I tu can be I .Urm their victims has bea-un at ihmal. Ihe
ANDREW 11 luiVAifjTl Tru" counteil except by Ihe wm uncut vote of the t crime; were lierpetrateil In the neiirhiniriug
dii tu da OREE.N k W IlXlAMS, Aucta. two bouses. forest at lutervala from the tegluulug uf 10 to
Inrettrcucetothe Joint codvcuUoii and tbe neptemter, !;.
lar-THK AH0EHAlKlHrO8TroNrDUNTIL Louislan muddle the Washington torrespon- aititki ahp tbx iRANCcMiKRMtK viar.
11 FhbY.JBintaryl,lin,Bma hour and ilace, dent of the New ork Tmes yestenlay saysi . The CCuiettts published a letter from one of
)iy nrdcr of th rruu. . 1 "No debate and no action of tbe Senate before Mpoleon's ministers, whose name I not given,
devil URLK.N AWILUAM8. Aucts. Ithe meeting of the Joint convention will have ronflrmlng the revelation made by Duke De
j any other Influence upon tbe determination ol Grammontaa to the promises made by Austria
jr-THK 11 Rt'HsHEU AT TUF HAI H MADt the quest .on to I raised in regard to the count to r ranee at the beginning of the war with Prns-
iiuthoitniif Jsuuary.ls a. bavliw faUnt tocornHy j-gof t.e vote than toinake thefactsln thecase I ii. ihe correspondent adds to Grammont's
withtarmatU"iw-lUdu Ihereporluf ihe tumjult-I itatcmenl that the treaty for a triple alliance
!irtrwiUIre-4LuDder for the luformatlou of the 1 w.a ne.riv com lude.1 between Frame. Italy and
L:vJ..ui":7-ar..lr '" vt" "' UouseaathaKenate. There Is little doiibt that Auatna. but was not sbucil tiecauso Nanuleuu
'r ' Inn in niif lilimrm .. 1 il.a kAinnl ttia Mtata will li rata, tnl lint tliprn I ..u ta.1 It aa .llilninnral.ta Th aatiia arltrp
linninniiii ,j '--,l TnialiM T "v " - "T" "-" . ---:-! .-- -"" I "J" ....ww.-.. .---.- . "
AMiUbw 11 iip'ii. ,1.," . . ia a greater quesuoii 10 or o
iiBi.ii.isniw.iAsn,iiam i count rv man mat in rea-ant
that la the need of an amendment to the Const.-
frUtOftVa
t Tpn.uaa 4thevoteof the state will be rejected, but there rejec!
i , , la a greater question to le brought Wfore tbe aloi
AMH.AuctN. t rountry than that in reganl to this Mtate, and that I
-" that ia tne neen or an amenoincui to tne conaii-
BY tlUI.CN A. WILLI niH. Auctioneer, ' tutlon whloh shall provide for a case In which a
No. IbuI uorthw eat corner f eulh and D stret 1 1 1 disputed electoral vote of a Mate may affect the,
. choke uf a President. All are agreed In do- 1
Ily vlrhtaof adee-lof trust torn from II U U.
Uuoati?rsu wife, dated Noemtier a,is:iaol re-
ted It
asBerts that It wa bv Austria's aua'sestiou
that Home was given up to the Italian Government.
.HKT!iltITtlN.
JUnuabtfraul wife, dated Noemter i, 171, o
rord lu Llbur No. etT, folio ttl, one of t h Uud reeii
mil ell at jiutilUi Ble,tu front of th i-Teiui-, on
W KDjsliaD Vi. tb mh day of February, 17, at I
ueTfHkp m, lart of lot numbered four-eD,lH,
in aiitara .lumber 1 flv bundrvil and etidity, (Aw.)
bsnw a front of thirty five feet Flrat atrwt
southwest by thadeilhof tba lot, onUinlnraliout
lildifaetoi irroiiua,anabavLDtflhr-ou two twa-
icrmaof M;b -One half cwh.tweut) five dolUrs
l WniTU II1IIPI HO lll lllllint(avj wrii-.i.i uw
le: lb balance lu six and tweho moutha, aecnml
l Joed of trual ou tb l reoiip, th not to bear
et. ht Iar mdL. lutereat, J aid keiul BUimally.
If tbeterinsar not oniplll wllhju rlto date
attar th sale, th trut-aVr-rve th rWht Jo resell
tha 1 mperty at tb rua and coat of th defaultlua
purckaser au court;
febeoAd ORE
'vgwi'AW
lEkN k WILLIAM!
iiens of th
irnstaa.
II, Aucta.
Y CUIP.I.N AU1LMA11H. Aartlauecra,
no iuui uonnnea toruer t euio ano. j airraw,
M
Till STFFMsHALlM.FATWOHTOllY AND IIA8K
MEN! HKlCKlltlirHf DNTHt KAHTHIISfOF
IFNtlf, IIHrWFEN I AND U HTRLE1B
$0UlilW.nl,ATAUQT!(W , . t
lly tirliiofad-elof trust to Jo-bnaWh t
JT"l 11.1 ami nit alf. datoil Ik-tuWr 1. K and rfutv
hit KM, folio lea, on of tb Uud
uirucuou
at ulJio
. tacords I tVaaiuBKlou. v. v., wan uy
nl lha lurlr ik.rchv uwurinl. I will Bell. I
aurltou. in front oftb iirenila-a, to the h if beat bid
', on vt.ii.Tr aiMiir'
lc in, lot eltfblyUrliL 1M.I lu Jo-epb . Ktjley'a
rtHloraetiaUINllIiaiouoiIuawrvinaiiui
liuudrej ana aut) mr,!BnA,Mo-iiipr
Irwvrnieoiaiiirrvon, nnmni
uu....t mill ir iiliiiut
rerqiai Uuetlilr lc"h andbalauca InBls.twrlva
ami eiKu
1. Kaiei
nan oi Bonar
rllier with t
of a two-stoi
uounclug the Joint rule above quoted aa flaujrer
oua amf unconstitutional, not exreptlns Mr.
Trumbull, lu author, who wonders how Congress
ever came to adopt It."
M. TmiKd ON TPK KMIKHOHb DKATII.M.
Thiers baa expressed the opinion, in the course
uf conversation, that the death uf the Kmperor
was an event most favorable to tho cause of the
republic; "for not only w.id he) Is the llona
partlat party already dnlded Into factious, but
aoy attempt to raise an agitation In the country
wuuim arvuac u nine bjui'bi.iit iu luvariuj nisi
Trial ribe lialwwy Pilrata,
Distjx, 1-eb. in The trial of Galway priests
fur lllegsl Interference In the Parllaiueutsry
election opened to-day In the Court of oueen a
Hench In this city. Up I Chief Justice Right
Hon James Whiteside pre sided.
m:v oiik.
The New Post Oilier,
Nrw ioiix, Feb. 10. Four million of dollars
have been alrealy cxpeiKiM in tne Koustrut tion
Mrs. Secretary rlsh'a hours of reception lo
in irrow afternoon will be from 4 to o o'clock.
Tbet'oHiuiailUn niHiili Lnkc. Mrt g, p. WeMier and Mlsi WeiMtrr are at
malt Lake- l ITY. Feb. JJ.-The agitation of the ' hollw t0 ,nclr rr-n.l on K itreel Tuca-lay after
Mormon leader Is on the Increase. The tews i " ""
vchurch urgan) lo-nlght iknoume Representa- noous.
tlvra Negley, Claggelt and Mcrrltt bitterly.! Mr. aii'l Mrv. -McCoulhc, proiulmut aud
&tXJXiSS.lVSiZ w....h,rl1...ITr.,.b.,,.mUtt..b.
Young. All loyal people ate eiiloglxlng amlex-l ingtou.
pressiug lliauk and gratltulo to Ptesldent ' Mrs. W II. Miaw wai the reclpl'iit of a large
Grant, miuibtTof calls at her purl ir at WIParda jes-
Tur frozcu we I of HrJudoti, t, was long i terlaj.
Bimetheaublectof scleiillnu interest, and still Mrs. IK tiers I Duiiu a wrikly rteeplloii Waa
continue to Ik. Il I 41 feet deep. Una dug .teUdel by iiiauy uf the leaders of Washington
In ISM, but wiarvcntuilly abaudouvd. It ha
been found that If the wiuler Ue was tint re-,"'"''
iit'ived when the weather wa quite warm the Mr. Meigs and Hie Mlsws Mtlgs receltnini
water reniaineil fruxen ihruughout tbe hottest Tuesdays, at their residence, No. ita crmout
month. During prll last Ice to Inches thick I ..
wn taken nut, but as the weather at that lime I ttrillM7
waa chill frcexinirairaln took Place, on July TheUdkot Ihe Nay Wrd held rectplioua
latheiemperstiirelu the shade au5 dig;al veslerday.bul the uuniber of callert was not so
two feel from the surfat e uf Ihe be In the well ' , ;,..,
Ihemerrurvaank loX-Jde. In 1 MO four shafts I large a usual.
wire sunk in immediate proximity to the well Mrs. John Lyuctt rctelua lo-day at her reil-
wiuioui striking iruBnTuuu i, uim iDnciour deme, eornrr of Fuuriecntii aircei aiiii Massa
was more auccessful, but the experiment was i ,, -venue
navapinmnUtail Ihiiinrh Wfl tciirn that It Will l ' CnUBCtt B11CHUC,
one more undertaken next aumnier. There la I Madame K. H.bavsm hss riturue I from New
considerable speculation In at rntirlo circles as to U urk, aud la agalu iuscoucctl at her resldeuco uu
wny iui I'aiiKuiai (uvitij, vhiui) v hoi Vppiiuiiit avenue
uiuni mhmil.l raniiitlhi wlnlpr o I tndoaienl I V CfUIOUl avenue,
through the 1. to tn feet of clay aud gravel and Mm. Hutcblnaou audsUlcrwlllbe liappy tu Bee
freeze a mass of material atcraging U feet thick, ttictr friends to-day at tbslr elegant new rel
ltoiSSnUtai lml"lMl cwu.luwdo' j deuce, IfWlKatreeL
'- Mr. Cot. McCoy, with berdaught'rau I guest,
limit and entureaome writer iu tie fv..t- will beat home to her frlenl to-lay, at her
Aiff Varttiir, In uttrr defiance uf long-eatah- residence , OJS M street.
liaheil belief, afier deDnlng the difference be- ,.,., kit-' r.-iitii,n n.i.u.i it.
tween fcuglliu aud Amencau girls, telling what Mr. Heuator Kellys reception recehed It
one lack and another has, tomes out bravely I due share of attention, visitors being pleasantly
witn mis i American wnics w no nave mixcu iu entertained oy tne nosiess ami ner guests.
laaiuunaniv wkivij iu tuiuiuu uibt uncii trv
beard to say they are astoulsheil at the quantity
ufetaudal they hear talked there; aud It Is cer
tainly true that uuo lienr but very little in
America, lu such places as New York and LIU
cago there are, uf course, fast seta. Just as there
are In Loudon aud Liverpool, liut In polutof
purity and rial moral elevation the besttoclely
immediate suppression would lie icrtalii, and uf the new post urnce in this i Ity. Two millions
lha result would Inspire th tlnil t besunirv
with louOdruceln the strength uf tho existing
administration. God forbid texelalmed the Pres
ident) Inst either tbe Km press or Prince Nspo
leon for I Uke no account of tbe poor father
leaa boy should attempt to raise rebellion In
the country, but If they want to serve the repub
lic, the sooner they begin the sooner will trance
acknowledge the alrengtb of the republic. The
death of the Kmperor releasee the nation from
the liuairlnarv loyally to which he considered
the plebiscite entitled hlm.n It Is thought that
the uonaparusi iireaa '
to moderate iu tone.
Tint Latx Niroi bON I'm but v. The Imperial
family att UUelhurst hate an Iniome ol jCIh.iskj
a year, Tbe Hpanlsh estatea an I private prop
erty uf the Empress are wortn 1:0,000 a year, and
the sale of her diamonds. Jewelry aud pictures
Eroduced about XlyM The Ktuperor had
ardly any Income of hUowu. He might bate
enrtt hod hlniflelf. and lienueathft,! a eoloaiul for
tune to his wife and son, but If be dl I not Cls-
moreare requisite to Oulsh It, aud If another
atory Is added auothtr additional million will be
needed. No further appropriations remain, and
consequently the work Is suspended until con
gressional action Is had In the premises.
Till ERIK RAILWAY.
The late movement In Frle railway stock, caus
ing au advance In the price. Is said to he attribu
table to the fact that tne company will on Tues
day declare a small dividend uu botbionimon
aud preferred stock, arioua rumors are cur
rent respecting the late restitution transaction
of Goul t, and contemplated project uf his to se
cure a chance Iu the mauugimcut,
(URpOLaMIAY.
A Paris letter saya ihe truth almut the objec
tionable play of M. Haiilou la that It Bought to
attack the republic of Frame by undertaking to
show the odious moral of the people lu tula, the
model Uuerlcwii republic.
AfWINplKH.
It la reported from North Gram lllo, aahlng-
lou county, iu this Slate, that 1 homaa free baa
nci iruiu inai jnauo auu kuhb si, iiatiuB uq-
. iiv. I...... I irinivaiinj al tiiipihiapa rnat On,
Ki.uipa.tifnlT.railAMnwIiHi, Ilia I rropplT ta atrui.k 1 uaivail lama an ma frhm ihi V r.n, h ihiiiipv lmt
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SlVff'i'tib fV.Tidv.1 ,Z an tne money not fiaimeiny auteor nousenow
ULCA anil liam", auui. 1 avnenaea wasanent In miharrlnllntis Iii aatimla. I
MsVdlS
ilii
I 11
'. I expenses w a spent In aubscrlptlotta to assocla-
TTNITFD STATES MAUHHAL'H SAIK OP I 0r private berne olenoe?
IJ lHIUMEINCIUANl'allOW.cJAPnOLHILL. I noo.BHo
in vlrtneof a writ of hero faolas, laaued from th 1
elerk'aoilti.ur I 10 Hur-m Conrt of th Dlatr nt 1 IiiekK la noclasaof Items over which tt Iv
or Columbia aud tomdir-ctl.IwiliBeUBt publla Uuworth (Kansas) reporter delights to dwell
"ft.ta.!?JvTftLtf,AV than ruuawey accidents Ueanowa out
iii i"mMiu 11 ti' -1 nin 1 , ui
'T f ' V Lr ' uliuc m
!'c.V
daiutotuutciiiplate the possibility of flight or frauded arloua parties In that section out of
exile he ccrtaiuly uegtected to lake pieeautlona ! turns amouutlng lo nearly four hundrol thou
against Ihe future, which. Judging after the Uaud dollars, llewaaonce postmaster. Mostof
e tent. 110 una would prououuee to ue unwise, hi pretended speculations were In the uature of
iiiiuivuu mi luuiem iu euniu uiucia, ii rr- 1 real estate irausucnous cuuceruiug propeny
WHICH lla'J hu VAiaicuvv.
AHUSI-ORllBA,
Col. Auguero kUtel, at his iKuptioueslef
day. that lie had a ship an 1 anna re ly to proceed
to Cuba, but that the ioliit of depanure waa nut
agree 1 upou.
aOlllI. aninMito At rjin.
rfni anil liitappal in aliii
(IranVasflDaVUtino pnuareNn.100. in th eltr ol
II JIU IIIUSIPl' UaWlp-rill
tnatinproveinruii
I, lur )iv'..f
aatlRly rx '
Dinihsni.
jabXdia
Ik u,sv euworm iw-susaaj re)iorier ueiignta 10 uweil
-ih!t? rfrf I moro than ruuawey accidents Ue apowa out
aTrVemufnta(ulrl'' lbo P"He. " doacrtbLng the terror-
ltd to lot No. iflln stricken horses; be allowa bis brain to seethe and
Edrlv this iitrtiltiff Dr. Hueh Williamson, of
No. leat Mxteenth si rent, waa ahot and
serloiuly woun led by Malm ouest, a salesman
lu an import! uj house. Pr.w llllauuinii, who la a
in mericft l possibly su.wrlor, and at any rale
equal, mat 01 ouruwu upper tiaaatiB; wiuie inv
Ametluiii middle class la certainly more tultl
vated, mure interesting In the "things uf th
wind than the commercial class In Lugiaud.
1 he ladles of Ju tge r isher's family wllr bo al
home lo their friend to-day, at their residence,
comer uf Gay an I Montgomery street, George
town. Mrs.liiuiitu Wilson received a large uumier
of 1 alls at lt?r residence un I street yesterday.
Mrs. Wilson Is an accomplished lady and au
agreeable cuivrtaliicr.
Mr. and Mrs. V..H. llab h, of New tork.arc
among the mem arrltal at Willanl hotel.
, , , , .. , ,, Mr. Hatch Is a member of the well-known bank
Mikck the unler Issued by the Japanese Gov- ...J. . ...u
ernment renutrlnr the natives to cut uff their mg houwoi ri.a 11-iw..
queue, okohama is said to present tbo ap-1 Mrs. General Zellln aud Mua rllm always
pearanee of lielng lnhablte.1 by prieati, with no very rl3 receptions, which receive
.D' ? 'W..0' "''f ?,Ae.1!."': tbetr fullshsre of atteniion from their many
"." V.US'" lKV'."SU.a Vi?S" M.n.1. to U a.hln-tnn -.M,
waa laauoo, uuuKHi ui u 111s naia 111 111c nil, - - .. -....,.
and the price uf headcoemiga rose greatly lit 1 uiaa AunleWuodaud her frleuds.Mlsa lloanl
0.Q"Au5n:.:""",."u.v...V " ""' levandMluKlmer. hate returned toNewYork
uniLituuiuuuiiiv unmi, nor wuuim iiiitj puii- - . . . . . .1 . .1
ply the demand II they were. Many new unler for the winter, greatly to the regret uf their
I or uaia iroiu urui im .iiurrii iiatuin.-i.-u mo nialiy iricuus III 11 aauinaivu auvicij.
consequence, ine uat aturvain tneae countries 1 . .,.,,, -.... i.,.-. nr.iiiBW yn,i vi.a
will doubtless ship ihrlroldalock to Japan, u I lbe rtcepllouuf Mrs. Judge Hradley and MUa
th.mirii iu list famin win 1ms reiieied. vet tie Hradley am among the moat popular of tbe
proaiiettive riooduf all manner uf horrit ly ui 1 week. Ihith the bostesa and her daughter en-
lasnionaoio wear ior im i can is regained tcrlelil ery l cely, and are quite popular In
something appalling to think ol, Wanblugton aoclety.
I. ...I. a an.l Im 1 IITItlli, lilrilllir tlllil B 111. Ah
Ukre lathe latest djg storyi luLllutou, Mast., ,. . . ,.' ,"hilt ,.. aiin.iii bv nariv .11
.in waa ir. in. 11.1.11 T.t K.ini.ir. hurtaaif frnm a Hon last evenlug that was attended uy nearly an
pall of "odds and cuds" belonging to a neigh- the tlit uf Washington society. Ihe Misses
Tbet Ft ca nt HlavoH Hill.
1 he Prcsldcut ha approve) tho bill which re
cently paved Congress providing for Ihe con
struction of eight veehMf-war.
Nlghl HrwUft.
Ulie IIuusc will bold a acaslon to-night forthe
purpose uf receiving and acting upon bills re
ported from the Committee on Claims. Thla will
lie the Urst night meeting uf either House thla
session, ami wilt, doubtless, l the opening
wedge to other. Tbe senate will soon begin to
meet at night for debate unly, ami Dually for ao
ui nvia.
n)inr- In lhe Krnalr.
The Ilepubllcan tucuLbers uf Ihe Haute hi Id a
...uii yestenlay for the purpose of arrh Ing at 1
irnnlle conclusion regarding the order of busl-
nesa before that ImIv. A rrcueral ton vena1 inn
ensued, during which members urged the claims
of tucasureajn which they hat e apt clal interests.
ior inAucuig iu luo 'tun:n4TC proKraiume,
but no conclusion wa arrived at. Finally it was
agreed to refer the whole matter lo a committee
of three, with lustnictloua to report at the next
meeting.
Atrlrwllsirair.lleir Hill.
Among the ac hemes which It was attempted
Ui paas In tbe House yestenlsy under suspension
ul tbe rule waa ihe Agricultural College bill,
which pawed the Senate eouie weeks ago, and
the same that Heuator Hherman Mid would take
from the Treasury IA'mx'iOiw. Ihe tote in the
House slowed a tuajortty uf thirty-six lit favor
of the bill, not a sufficient uuinber tu suspend
tho rules. The bill 1 not treated aa a party
measure, nor one that would lv heueflUal to any
particular aettlon. In abort, the members from
tbe several Slate were divided on it, and aiwut
an equal number uf Democrats toted for and
ajalust IL
Hu-lrednnd IlHiMpbrlea
1 he nominations sent tu the Menatc iuuiu lime
ago, by which It waa I u tended that Judge Rua.
teed, uf Alabama, and Judge Humphries, of this
District, should cxrhaugo places, are still In the
possession of the Ken ate Judiciary Committee.
and will not be Anally acted upon until Heuator
Conk ling returns. It I understood that the
rommlttec Is divided In opinion regarding the
effect of tbe conditional resignation on which
the nominations were based, aud that A majority
of them will renort that no tacaticlea exist. A
minority uf three will probably report Iu fat or uf
cjuunuaiiou.
i:n railed Hill.
Mr. Garfield and Mr. (Urgent each made
statement last week concerning mistakes made
in engrossed bill of the House; but careful in
vestigation has shown that mistakes by the ca
rolling clerks are exceedingly rare considering
the rapidity with which much uf their work has
to I accomplished, on Mat unlay Mr. Garfield
retracted hla censure, and Mr. Uueklev. lu an ex.
plauetlou. did Justice to ihe fidelity of the clcrka
In theeerulljug room nf the llouae. We are glad
of thla, for we know thoao gentlemen to ke each
deserving of praise rather than blame, and have
understood that the work which fall to that
department waa never belter douo than during
iuv iat ao 1 pocui .-niuiin.
He lor Mpcnccr.
lhu House or ltrpreseutatltesuf the Alabama
Legislature passed a resolution last week, de-
1 daring Its t holt e for I nlted Mtatia Heuator to be
the Hon. George E. Mpcnccr, the present I mum
lieut. It will bo remembered that heuator
Mencer was elected by the Kepuhiuau organi
sation known aa tbe Court-bouse Legislature
some time ago, aud that the certificate of that
fact by the Governor of Alabama waa subse
quently presented to the Senate, by Menator
Morton. J his new movement la Intended to
conn nn the pret lous election, an I the resolution
will come up for final action In the NUte.tenate
tcMlay,
might be needed, and whereaa Ihe said corporate
authorities, in unler lo meet Raid exaction ur
ransom and thereby sate said rlty from tho spo
liation menaced, did forthwith liorrow aald
amount from th banking Institutions uf aald
city In ratio lo the proportion or their capital
stork, and iy ocr the same In the officers an-
l"jnimi 101-nrnciiie -ami as rcquirco, now,
rf rt fiHirtnt, wr.Thst the sum uf three
hundred thousand dollar lie, and the same 1
hereby, anurotirlaled out of nv tonne- in the
Treasury not otherwise appropriated, lo lie bald
to the tnayur, aldermen and tomraon count II of
Frederick aa full Indemnification and relief for
the Iom tnllkted upon said tltr and aald banking
Institution in prot Idiug for the hostile cxatiou
aforesaid.
The bill wa referred to the Commit tit on
Claim.
! hern t Inlni ( smmUdts,
The commissioners yestenlay heanl Ih taes
uf II, P. Noland, of Warren tonti'y, MlM,
amount lug to 'J,'"1" I Mary K. Whitehead, uf
Helena, rk., smuuutlug to fn.tssi; Julian Lteil
ford, of Nhelby county, TenuH aniounllng lu l,
TT4, and Fllen D. Habhelor, uf Warren tuuuly,
Minn , amounting to HT.rjon,
0r New 3llas4wYl(arBU.
Home uu pleasant rumors have rcaeheil Wash
ington regarding the Hon. James L. orr, uf
8011th Carolina, lately appointed andconflnndl
to ie Minister to ltuia. lie intetvied to sail for
hi post of duty more than ten day ago, an i; It
was annnunicd that be had sailed, but recent
Information haa lieen recrlTrd mat he did not
aaJViintll last Matunlay.
Marc Temperance, prtttl-,
AlictltlonlKlgnelhy aljouttwothousanl "off.
cent, clerk and employees In the legislative and
executive depart menu at W ashlngton," wa pre
aented In tho Senate yesterdaj, by Menstor Wil
son, praying fur the passage at this session of
some Mil to prevent the use uf Intoxicating liq
uors as a, (leverage, ami representing mai iney
are fully convinced "that the crime and misery
ao Prevalent In our midst are due more tu the in
discriminate sale of Intoxicating liquor than to
11 uiucr cauacn coiiiuiuni.
Krsiate C'a-Mlllee,
Owing to the Henatorial caucus yestenlay. the
aeasiona of the regnlar Henate committees, which
usually meet on Monday, were not held ye'ter
day, except that appointed to consider the teatl-
mony liefure the House credit mobiller commit
lee linnllcBtiiis- L nlted Mtatea Kenatonc All ihe
memtiera of the committee were present, but
nothing waa done, for the reason that bom.
plete cony of the testimony had been furnlsheil
them. Coplca will he placed in the hands of
every member of the committee to-dsy, and It la
Probable that Iher will tie ens-ased I jr several
daya In examining the evidence. The commit
tee win to-tisy ask leave to ait during the session
ui mv r-cuw.
The Dlatrlel ApprwprUlUa.
Meaars. Itowacvett, Itandall, Farn worth and
idfaer aUatlngulshed Ibemselvea In the House
yestenlay by a aeries of Ulllbustertng motlens
which delayed action nrnlcr the reJi -vf HUtes
until the honrof sdlourunitnL ThetrslMvciwaj
to prevent the Introduction uf a reetutoo in-
ig ine .M'prupriBiiouB committee to re
add it Ion si apuronrlatlon for the Board of
itfc Works. Mr. itoosevelt employed himself,
mtlr lo the dumist uf hla fellow-members.
some of whnokpawximpnrtarri measure to pre
senL tn caluUfftne th remdlnif of lt laila nr.
aenteil; whlhj Mera icandaliand Fanwworth lo-
lerjecteci Diunusienng ruouun-sio Bdjoarn, ail 01
wheh consumed mm h valuable time, aud in
effect postponed the Intended aclkiu until next
AWIUlJi
1'erwwftftl.
Among Ihe ilistlngulahed tailors In U asb tug-
ton lately ha been Mrs, Edward 8. Stokes, who
tarried here ecveral daya while en route to visit
some friends in Madison, W Isconsln.
Daniel Dougherty and wife, Philadelphia!
Hon. J. A. II. Patrick, Omaha; Colonel L. W,
Hooker, New lorki Hon. L.T. Mmlth, Kansas;
Colonel J. Wharton, New Orleans; W, B. Hatch
ami ueorge icnapp, iisw 1 on, are amoogtne
arrivals at W mania.
Hon. Geo. W, Kmery. Teuneasee; Hon. D. II.
Chamtierlaln, Knulh Carolina, F. Carroll Hrew
ster, Philadelphia I David II. Mlrother. (Porte
VTyo-,7 trgtwia, and CDIorrH MrCrare, ti 8. A,
are anions; ine arrivals at tue town.
viftiiay inompsoo, jicmpois, inn ungeii. L.
anau,Mt. Iuis, are among tbe arrivals al the
Metropolitan.
Awiew.1IeMmaii)aiM ltk.
Oakea Amea rcturneil to the city and resumed
hi seat in Ihe House yestenlay. Great conster
nation waa created by a ruuior that he hal oot
only found the loug-wnght-for lmmurauduiu
book, but also bad another In hla possession,
Ivld pictures uf unexpected dcvelopmenU, Im
plicating new ur hitherto unsuspected person',
rose In the mind uf rocmtiera. and tauaed many
a check to turn pale with sickly dismay. Mr.
he allowed one or two friend to Uke a cursory
glam cat the am ret uf hi mysterious meme
randa. It wa discovered by this lnttlou that
the 1 100k confirm all uf Amea' testimony, but,
with the exception of a few details, adds uo new
ngnt 10 ine luiorinauoQ airrauy made puouc
Krwaler ll-aVai Hecf-r.
The resignation or vice President W'iI-hhi aa
benatur from Massachusetts wa presented to
the Legislature of that Mute yestenlay, to take
effect ou the Sd of Manh next. The election of
hla successor will occur one week f mm in-da.
Messrs. Houtwell, Dawes, Loring, W tilling and
Hoar will be nresented bv their friends aa ta.mli.
dales, Mr. Dawes will receive the soil I support
01 ine western iwriiou 01 m niaie, aim win ftisu
recchesome sup;Mrt from persons who sympa
thize with him lu hi present misfortunes, be
lieving that be haa been the victim uf cruel per
aecutlon and unfortunate circumstances. The
other gentlemen named will ret elve support from
the eastern portion of the MUte. It Is generally
conceded, however, that the contest will lie be
tween Messrs. Dawes and Houtwell, with the
chance In favor uf the latter. Mr. Wilson's
letter infonning the Henate ol the fact of his
resignation waa placed In the handa of ice Prea
ldcut Colfax yestenlay, and suUequcntly read
from the Clerk's desk to the Henate.
Increnalnaj HsJarlrs.
Gen. Hu tier's bill to increase the salaries of
the President, the Cabinet and Congressmen,
detail of which ha e already been printed tu the
ItErraucAN, waa brought up In the Home yes
terday under a motion to suspend ihe rules for
the purpose of Instructing the Appropriation
Committee to luclude it in the omnibus appro
priation bill." Many member were evidently
afraid to tote for the motion, while othera who
voted against it did not do au because they were
opposed to the bill, but 011 account uf their di.
inclination iu violate cue ruie wnicn prouioiia
bor. oue day be unset the pail and it fell to I strong were present aud assisted lu Ihe cuter-
Ciecra, upon wnicu iu aaKciuua creaiurv wem
nine and brought back a sou ud pail, whkh he
ilecca, upon which the sagacious creature went uiumeut uf the guests,
.ZM.MMtot;jb.5nrSX,iSiiK Mn.Ju.U.D.i.1 tr ..m.1.1. . Lustier
a una 11 u leu vi in. uiuiiii uuri imu,iuiiiuj in ' ... i
contents from ihe old tu the new. after which ho' recene on lueadajs at their home, In George.
hid the ataea of the broken essel. Wehaie mwn. lloth ladles arc exceedinslrentertalnlur.
heard of "sly dog" before, hut was there ever a in,i hnlr receptions are attende.1 by the -Ms of
.iu. -, -j bi M..-I (Ill) , kintal and n limy,
:-,..-- .;-:-. r.. -..'.- z 1 ", ..--. .. ,-. v .--. . ...n. ..,
rr 71111 an. luuiraiui" 1 bicierb ami waauu uuuueu un auu uown. au 1 1 tiacstwaa am ) mere, and licr Luannn I wil not
i'?!!!.n."v?a.521.l,wa..VHi" where be niludea to tba flnai and eccentric move aware of it. Bh was c oriel borne by Dr. W il-
V-T Ai infavoVXViibTun : or "-iura-n victims. n .pints a scene uanson, but wa afraid nt ner huibant, tad
' ' f rt-ftirlftt7un itbatDoreroQldnotBlanoaihealJeof a bam la would not bo ud atairs. Dr Wllllamaon went ud
D.H.MAritialD.CflUeBStliEnsixwesKs, xrimitiMm, 1
to ntuifytbt hatband A quarrel cti-ned,ior
beautiful frlxx le-halr&I bar-teiidera are expect 3d
next week from t risen, whluh will act thlugi
motiugiu ionu.
lusv bato JuatelltrovercJ extennlvo mtrble
bids nn tb-Wnuont aide of iJtko ibamplaln
which aro probably the nneit in the country,
ine strata varies from one to atx feet Tbe
Btono 1 ot great haninra, an t embri.ee seTrral
beautifully touvM variet e.
lllll fwr Ibe Krllrr ul
' bo following Isanoii
Among the youuj Imlle ul Uo Jupauesu re
BoieiiYidLv !r a' br?.V VnriniTi.le ffi ueV L1""" " veiling. Ml Ulinle Grsy, l W,0K) f 01 the relief of . mleric k , Ity, M.I.,
SSt'W'KnS .dVori.Voo"l"N JPi .et-l 1 Mi Kenxie ' ?teni by
ail 1 wne, was couiiii ntniTj 10c 11 vr kib i', ik-uuij i .-....-.-..- -...., -.v ., . ...
an I exquisite tasto in dress, Whueaauu theoih day uf Jul), 1m,i, tlurlug
Mm. Dr. M adswonb vim tx, mm to see her ' J" "VB1. . Sai,,"a,,7l:S., S""''".":'''
f.lend al her rmUleurf, ronier f niinnt avcuue 1)1le( 1 y 0l t , r lDtt pmiVr, ui!u the onioiate
Mrs waosno.iu 1 01 r m auti.(imi 01 in uty ot fridtrlil M1,
malum v In fat or of the ttronosiUon. andataom
future time the bill may itaaa. A majority of the
memtiera whose terms expire with this Congress
voted In the affirmative, while all those impU.
caled In te credit mobiller fraud voted against
IL Gen. Iiutler, wliu charactcristlo irouy, 10
counted fur thla letter fact by explaining that.
naiiuu rccfiici inrir imiuruna, incy are en
abled to live comfortably without au Increase uf
salary.
Deaik of a Naval uflcrr.
Y esle nUy evening Commander Jaa. W. Shirk.
I, m. Nh died at hla residence In thlscliyof
pneumonia. Dec easel waa bom lu Pennsylva
nia, and rule red the aenke March 14, 1S19,
making hla term of sen Ice twenty-four years.
He passed through the successive grade In the
navy, and when the war broke out he bad
reai tied that of lieutenant, soon after being pro
moted to lieutenant commander. He did valua
ble serviie with the MIslBslpd squadron, under
Admiral Porter, and completed his last cruise lo
Manh, 1&47. He waa for aome time on duty at
the Navy Department as assisunt to dmlral
porter, In charge uf the appointment division,
which he left on being appointed assistant hy
drosranher In the uavr. an offKe he held at the
date of hla death. Coiuman ler shirk waa one of
tbe most faithful and efficient oiTUepi In the
service; and although hla modesty and retire
meiit prevented the general puMlo from knowing
much uf hi history, tho work ho performed and
the aid he rendered was kuown and appreciated
by his superlore and peers lu the navy, lie
leaves a wife and family and a host of friends
proiuiucut lu public life lu mourn their 1 ,
Hi range IHvIsUm f Pn riles,
Herporular and shrewd Ham. Cox precipi
tated a rcaolution Into the House yesterday which
people at large in call 'buncombe,' but which
w as ao shrewdly drawu and ao comprehensive In
Its explanation uf the rights of states and those
of the General Got eminent that it attracted
close att cut lou. 11 was iniemieci to call atten
tion lo aud thenhy check the monstrous stream
of legislation by congress, winch in other ami
ana bfffwiu timea wa enacted by mate legisla
tures, lu fact It carried the Ifouse back to a
coulderatlon of questions w blch dh ided partlea
tueuty or thirty years ago. When tu full im
port waa appreciated, the Whig ou both the
lx-moc ratio aud Ilepubllcan sldea uf the House
were forced to anay themseitca against their
more ret cut ioimcai menus, wane quondam
Democrat ou the Itcnubllian Bide found them-
aeltea compelled to desert the organization 10
which they have atuched themselves during the
war. and again loin tbe ranka of the "unterr.
Oed. Geit, llutler, fur InsUnce, true to hla old
Democratic insunii, voien nun toe majoniy,
nuiwuuui luiiiiitui mi m n-iunm i-'iv,
and consenuenllv the rules were not puioendml
Pred-t-Uk t liv 11.1 for the itasnage of the resolution, while Judge
....""' V"' lilikev.oldliuo Whlir. Voto.1 with the mlnorttv
j 01 tne uui appi-opriat- hucQ t mange dh Islou ol partlea never occurred
In hi band, and that every mean wa resorted
to to secure ihe triumph ot Mi party. Great
dlflb-time were thrown In the way of registra
tion; Republican in many parishett were pntlo
rre-i innmvenience lo find the resist rar. and la
many Instance were tinabt- todoao places of
regiienng an 1 ui rot ing in many parunea were
flxed al point remote frrm Ihe centre of Mrmi
latlon, olleii without notice of the place bring;
given; false registration psier,ilouble voting,
atufflng ballot-boxes and other fraulaaod Ir-
rrKumiiiir wrr cn-rmi in inajoncy 01 lav
Fahshes, and there 1 not much room to doubt
hat the I vnch return Ins board were of lh
opinion that, npm ft fair election, the Itepuhll
ran party would hat e rarrled the state, and ha 1
been chested and hindered in etery wayposel
ble by the power that controlled the machinery
ot the election.
nut, notwithslan ling nil ihla, me Lynch re
turning boanl, with the sort of evidence whkh
waa tie fore them, had no power under the lawof
theMuteUi Investigate these charges of fraud
aud Injury, or lo art upon their ronvb-tlon uf
wrung that bad tcc n suflered. The election of
the Greeley elector wa certlfl-d to by Ihe Gov.
ernur of the Mute, but the oflli lal ret urn of the
election have not ieen ronnted br the retarulng
boanl created by the laws of J,ouhiana for that
purpowe; and the person who. In fart, made the
etsnilnstlnn and mini had tin teval anlhortlr In
An so. The eleclloti uf the Grant electors la cer-
uneiiuy tne i.ynck retumtng board, imt that
buanl tlt-l nut have the otncial returns Ik fore
them, and their elw lion I notrertlfl-d br thr
Governor of the "Mate as required by the at uf
Conare-. Ihe roiumlttec are of the o -inlon
tnai ncisner ino renaie ui tne 1 nuen mates uor
both house lolnllr have the nower under tbe
Constitution to canvas tho return of an elec
tion ami count ine voies to n ijneinewno nave
been elected Presidential electors, lmt that thn
moil and manner of choosing elector are left
exclusively to the Mtate. n I if by the law ur
the Mute thry are to be elected by the people,
the method ol counting the vote and asrrruin
Ing the rranltrsD only tie regulate I by the law
of tbe Mtate,
Whether It I competent for the two bouses,
nnder the twentr-a-cond Joint rule, (in rrganl
to the constitutionality uf which the rummiitec
here give no opinion,) in go behind tbo certifi
cate of the Governor uf the Mate, to Inqulru
whether the votea for eicttor have ever lern
counted by the legal returning I nurd crested by
the Isw of the hute, or whether In making aurh
count the boanl hal before them the official re
turns, tbo committee offer no suggestions, but
present only a statement of the f is aa they un
derstaod them. Aa to the other question upu
which the committee are instructed to report,
touching the existence of a legal state govern,
ment In Louisiana, and the admission uf sena
tor fmm that sute, they are uot uuw prepared
to report.
In an addendum to tbe report bv Mr. Morton,
chairman of the committee, he refer bi the fact
that a majority of Mb committee were of opinion
that no reference Would betuado in the report
to the decision of iheHupreme Court of Louisi
ana as to which wa ihe legal reluming board,
and states the fact that nn the day of Jan
eery last the Supreme Court of the Hute decide!,
on an appeal from the Eighth District Court,
that the board, consisting of Lynch, Loagstrect
and Hawkins, together with Gov. Warmoth and
Mr. Dove, who was the Meereuryo! state who
had beea suspended by Gov. Wsnnoth when be
flrt appointed llerron, and who bad been fe
stored by adecbdoitof Hie Hupn me Court, con
amutod tbe legal returning board, and that I
Poole. M barton and Hatch hal bo authority
whatever.
Mr. Trumbull also submit an ail Iciidum tulbe
report. In which he saya In aunatan e that he be.
Itevea the Wharton iHianl wa the rightful one,
and dlasenU from the following pas-age lu tbe
report of the committee j
"Ihe evidence submitted to the Ijuclrt. Imsinl,
and which ha been dr ribed lu the committer,
undoubtedly pre lured the coLvbtlou m their
minds that Ihe rlcrtlon bad liecii anorganlzcl
fraud." "There la nut mm h room to dosiut that
the Lynch returulng-tioanl were of iheuplnlon
that, upon a fair elct tlnu, the Republican party
would bare carried the state, an 1 had ben
cheatftil and hindered In every way tjklhl by
the power thst controlled the ma hlnery uf that
eketlon." Mr, Tnnubull lurthrr says: fb
fact that the Lynch boanl undertook to roual Mi
tbe Itepublli an can-1 Mates a circled without thw
semblance of an official return before tbem, and
ml t lee shows, afford no evidence to my mind
that they supposed a fair election had not been
held."
a . 1. ,
Appl"ttiiral- I nalrr tbr a! Ik II Hrrvlrr
Itwlew.
The folluwlngliacompleto list ufapiHjlnimeul
to positions, sim e the adoption uf the civil aer
vlce system. 111 tne war, stale and post office
Detriment, a furnished fur the lufonusJIoii
of Cougttf 1:
STATE t'ErAHTHEHT,
John Davla,of Mass.
rUaTOrTTCE PXrAKTHLST.
Charles GentM h, Ohio, ihlni-class 1 lerk, I ho.
It. March, 11. c, do.; J, IL W hltakrr, N J do.,
Georgo K. lisle, Cab, aecon'l-clsAs clerk; James
E. Douglas, D. C, nrstlaa ilerk; Jam.'a S.
Crawfonl, Md,, do : Daniel M. hldder, N. J do ;
Francis If. Ralney. D. C, do.; Newton M. Uruuks,
a,Uo; John II, Fab-nnar, Md , do ;lboiuaT,
Page, D C, do.; J, F. Hillard, Mb h , do ; Alfred
MSaw, Pa, do: Samuel J, t. arret t, D , do ,
bram P. Kaatlake, Pa , do : Mis Maille K. Itool,
III, regular clerk; Mis Utlula chase, N.Y., do ;
Mia Ella MariKiry, Md do.
1 he following apinjlntuienU have lwi n ma le tu
ae which arerxceptrd fntu theueratloiiuf
the chll-wrvlce nilea by sestlon I anl 17 uf
amende I regulation of dato Apnl Is, lIr: Geo.
A. Ousttn, Ga Private acerelary lo tbe Postmas
ter General; rratik C. Kontt, lii temporary
lerk; A. J. Carrier, D.C do.; Robert Geddes,
do; John Klanheim, t a, messenger lothe First
Aubitant iVMimaslcr General, Horace Page, D.
C watchman; John Hamilton, D. I'.laiiorcn
Eugene P. Mallurr, w is do.; Solomon Morrisoo,
Ark-tin. Win. J. Fuley. Ala., do., LteuJ. I air.
chlldStN. Y., temporary Ulairen Henry Prince,
tihlo, do.; J. D. lUlicr, itvl , ajwlsiant carpcolei,
ino. 1. iror. i. c ., icuii-irarj iiremaii.
Also, the following bate been appointed, alter
a competitive examination ronluctel by Ihe
topographer, and, as temporary appointment,
are also exception cow rod by regulation eereu
teen, as above: W J, It. Hill, Md., temporary
rlerk; assistant to the topographer. Wm. II.
Todd. Ir. D. C. teiuiurary latiort n asslsuut lo
topographer. Mrs. Mary lliu, D., lemorary
clerk; assistant to topugrapher. Mrs. Sarah If.
Cuabiog, Mlch temiiorary clerk, asslsiaut to
topographer.
nan isc-raBijaan i,
II. I', llliblle. Del. mrcurv of WateofTUi.
not uuxlcr 1 It II acrvli r; Floreute IKnohue,anov,
Adjuunt General office, da; F. J. Granitic b,
anny, do, do; David Allen, Padu, under elvil
service; rf. vieuneuneu, nuH noun.: n.r.
Bacon, H. C, do , do.; W llllaui Grtrtlu, N. Y do.,
do j 1- rel. T. W ilsun. Mass , d 1 , do ; John Mo
ran, D. C do., lal wren P. M. Det UL D. C do ,
fireman: toniellue Ityan, Ohio, itartenuaster
GeneraPa office, not uuder eltll wnlee; K, T.
Thomas, Ohio, do., do; cliarlea E, Hehle, III.,
do do ; W . M. Lamer, D. C do , do ; o, tz II art,
Pailo., under chll aervbc; Liltu 11. Sheldon,
N. Y., d not tinder tlvll service, (copyist.)
Kmlly J. Tolley, M. C do , do ; George Mechlin,
ILCdo. do.; Annie 11. tiiplen, a., 1I0., under
tlvll service, (copylstO s.liuyler Duryee, a,
Chief Kugiuecr aonlce,uuler chll BervW; Johu
J.Cooke, D.C thief ff onlnaucc a office, not
under citll service, K. II. Milcket, D. i., do,
under rhll aervlce; Charles Paytuti, D. t.,uonh.
west biiildlug, uot umler ct ll sen ice, (laborer )
No appointmcut arc rrMjrtcil trom ihe Naty
Deiartment,
The LIgre Cottou last,
The public generally will, we are sure, be sur
prised to leam (hat lu the great Klgve cotton case.
Invuh lug more than half a million of dollan.aud
which has been thus for canted through success,
fully by the speculators' Jobbing process. Is now
finally to meet with a stem check, not unly from
the Government through the patriotic action of
Attorney General W imams, but also at the handa
uf the actual capture themselves, who, as the
uld officer aud crew uf tbo lulled Mates
steamer Champion, which peuotrated the rebel
Hues and brougtit the cotton out, have, notwith
standing the perfidy of their commanding offi
cer, placed In the baud of able touusel abundant
teatlmouy to substantiate their claim thereto a
a pi lie.
ta lay
eeable
large number of sincere friend
Tbi lul-Innn 1 Irrlloii Case Preliminary
Hrpurt tr ibe Srnate Committee.
1 he Henate c ommlttee on Privileges and Ele
t oua yestenlay presented their preimlmry re-
a ft i'"1 vnnn'iii iui" 01 lAiui-iana.
TUP. MOIMION ll'KHTItlN
Tbe Hrnate Jwdli lary Cam will Irrlw a 1hsi.
dry Irplllaa fr n Salmiwii sf the
IHfflcwIiy.
The Meuate Judiciary Committee held a pio
irecte) meeting on Matunlay last for the cutiatd.
eratluu of tbo Monuon question, aud resumed
IU discussion yesterday mornlug. Tbe deter
mination of President Grant to grasp the dim.
cnltles which present themselves In ibe solution
of thla grave controversy w 1th a Unit band la met
by tbe committee with an earnest desire to giro
him all the authority that he may require from
the legislative branch of the Government, These
difficulties, howet or, are uf greater luacuitudc
than la auggeste I by a asual gumc at tbe mat
ter, aula dose iutestlgatlou show that It In
voltes many question of constitutional ur re
llgious rights, and that although the polygamic
InaUtutUm I nothing more or less than hideous
immorality, the Monuons have a shadow uf Ir-
; a Illy to sustain their so-called religious faith.
he fact that the tiuveruinent haa allowed tn
institution to xtt. under the very ryes uf cun
grcsN, wnicn ooiiy nas never tusappruicil law
Kjsnl by the legislature uf I tali protecting
ormoii rights, uulll It has grunu lo sutlt
strength as tu preseut large eomiuuuitlea uf
et iMoer, U ah ancnl as an argument to prot u
that the follower uf Hrlgham Young are not
alone responsible fortho pending difficulties rc
ganllng Ita rrmotal. Ihe eomiulttcebaro fatllc!
to arm eat any agreement in Ihe premises, but
will probably mature a bill InmchI upon the Bug
gestiun of Senator Pool. Ihe Utter propose
that a law shall bo passed prohibiting polygamic!
marriages In the fnlute, legalizing thoae which
have been contracted, ur are now extant; dial
husbanlsof more than unewlfe shall be com
pelled to maintain them and their children an
long aa the wive are willing tu remain with
them, that th wive uf such husliands snail
enjoy the privilege uf leaving theui wncueter
they ahall bo elect, aud that such leaving ahall
be equivalent to a legal divorce of auffklenteffect
to entitle such dlvond wive to marry another
person. lie argues that these provisions will
raetttberequlremeuuof thv casu bycxteudluk
all possiblo protection to tho deluded and unfor
tunate women of tbe Monnou communities, and
that the cruel separation of inotbcra from chil
dren, or disruption of family relation, will
thereby be obviated. I Ive or six other proposi
tion in th fonu of bill referred to the commit
lee have received due consideration, theasilcul
and acceptable featurea of which maybe bieudcd
wun tne loregoiug in iu uiuinrvci oiu, wnitli
will possibly be reiwrted this week.
la the meantime, an 1 pending the Investiga
tion of theeubjeet by the tHUiuiiUlee, tho saints
at Halt Lako and elsewhere, including ibilr
ageuu aud rcprcseutaUt ca here, are gnaily ex
tltod, Aruiuor pret ailoii yestenlay that a strong
detachment uf troop bad been ordered to pro
ceed directly to Llab, and uther atoriea weru
current that a master-stroke waa in Immediate
contemplation. It wa learned, bswever, 00
proper Inquiry, that the War lpartmeot I or
the nost agreeable ladle in society, an! Iaa a' t . lnm hoie territory, for tbo aum or The rommitiee recite iticirumsuoce of the Jteot-inion that thereareiutflcleattroopalntta
." 1"r'..: : . -" '!, uMri u.uani nrt emu iu Munini. a urouBDi out ut tn ia- i viciuiiT oi c isn ior an praciicai sunxisea. and
.Of fOtOllllA aild Indlt rIU.lnalRtlldrit and SIUiK. , Il 04tlnn. and til ilM.Mi.alni aa OO i- l.l.. kai ltamm tn nr.l an nmra In ihn
The. Xti tns.snd Awitrton give a sociable ationtbronghoui sail ettyef am b atipp'im an Varoiothhad tbewhoie roKhlotrjof clm'cu ' Ulrtvilon.

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