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VOL. XIII.
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C, WEpNKSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 187.3.
NO. GG.
AUCTION SALES.
B Wll, I,. WAIT, A. (.(p.ANrilearrr,
New Marble Hull Una;
wo in 1 W3 B. tt for It ire an I Ninth street
nnorFntrs and Ltontin at ArrTioN-v
TIKF HTOOK nFMoVFDToOl K NTOtlr Full
roNFNirNCKnr HAi.n.
Oil WH)NIDAY MORN1SO February; 11 K
commenctaat lSoYloek, ra w will sell on the
flrat flmt or nnf aal-a roofiia. a fln iianrtnuni f
tlroc., j lo.
i, 1 toitors, e, W nam in oart
of Oranufa e.1 rrpabMaiidlirownn'itnrar
of Hynipand Mnlaaae,
of Whittle, Ulna, he , kfi
lamia n
I heat ai I half i h-t rr Oreen an 1 black Te a
itMTvtw t inu nio itinera,
liosea of (March ( an tie. Roans. MnMard
Ir.
(YudenaedMilk Hroom ttaahtioarda
Jt.iT! or rth an K inerer
lard ltirket,Tnb la.keta, Bntahe
mmriin gni.iuninn,c
ii inn, imcoh ana nuoni ler.
I. turn.. 11st form scale Oounteraeate
iia(ii mann i uti, Hconpa.
I
rr t laMarl It firm- rim
fit aavnd hand rnnHnr
febbUt w I. WAI.LArO.Aurt-
B1
TnURTFKH HAIP, A
rHTATr' FliTNTINa ON
HTfiMT, DFTViFFNP AN
ATTTinrr nrtr
rHTATK riUNflNa ON roiUllF N Tit
HTfillT, J1FTVfFMP ANI g HTltl-ITH
NOIirmfF.HT. AT AIC1ION,
ilyvlrt iofddnf tr it dated March t. A D
is i.tnldn1rrMirtlllnLilr Mn.r. f li i8M,c.i
m tnaianir-conuior waDimn n rounijiu .anj
1dlrecUnn of th rty iNiirtd thereby, I will sell
aa,au: imixii i iimiii uir rrilirHrp1aa. luniVK
ro., on WHJNI-rtDAV.tla KU.daTnttebruary,
A-t lfllthatreflalnpl?or r-rcf-Inra-roiiii I sit
list anl Win In th-cllr of Washlasi n Id lb
District of I ol urn bis, and known an I dudlntriilahad
a- i" niari-tt arm ifiirira IV in ihimidu uram
ball a aubriiflakm of Iota one bun I red anl rbrbt.
iia,)ndnnhnndr landtilo (lun,iof kUnraand
riant anbdlvlaMn of a .are numbered two hnn
deed an I enrht. io aa recorded in lb office of lac
surveyor f sl 1 r Hr
rrrmanfMlr On Ihlr 1 rant) lwlanclnali and
twm mimiha,witn lniral frnm riar of ),.
f upfnl hi a dMvl of Irnul on tti pn prri? anld On
hnndrfhi dollar d iwn wlwu tb irejrtr lalnick
off All ronrrrarwtna al iirrhra enat If lb
frrma of al ar n I romi II.! with within Ar da) a
irm day of aaU lb tinln rrr th rtuhl to r
ll lb lTrtr al th rlk and eoai of tb default
nurpurel Batr.lir pnylnjr thrdaranoU'lii aom
tirwpr in bHhH In aal I rltr
1 mil riAH KflflO! H Trnat,
OATEN k HILLIAMH, Auctlonpra
frt 13 oU U
B1
riitRTrr.AHfl
""It FP(X,WJ" TM-NflJ HTltM
ninr.iiLrwBrv t htkfVt north anh
IAHKT HPAl L, AT AUCIION
On MONDAY th h dar of bruarr A D
Ift, illodirk p m w ahail Mil on lb rralaa
lia trt of Iota t and II lu aqnar No. w, baring
-sorltront lrlMft dr . mtrord brtlbraa
torr irad Grlrk front build I tw with a nn laa
Sil,uowocciii4d brM Hllrrbrir an) adjoin
Kthwdrr-wondaatoraof J X H lwll Co. and
nar lb National It auk of th IlrnllU'I which
nak it flratrlaaa twain roprtr,to wLlrh
k tnattntlmof rat iiallal
Tnua On Inn rtb raht batanr loali IwIt
lKh(n twntrfour tbirlj-and tlilrljr-wi nonib.
f rnotbartiur It) rr rnL lntrat. and awurM
by addof tnrnt nnlhprmlaaaolX Allronvpi
anclna-altlt infhara coat. Tit huodrdd I
larad twn In Hi hand of Ih aitrlk nrcn thdar
ofaal OKE1-N Jk IILIAMH
fl I 1 fllarl Aiictlnurpr
if onr ! I iib aalarooma, w will all, wnbotil r
prrvr it'i ipriru"ipii n run
Sa lr of t rnlr nJ other niaka f Ta lrj
an IIlodrllruala
90 tlwfflof lnrilr I1 tnak.
itcanf HurlIuandothr Intrraln
9) Hra Dlam nd A ( oooa Mattttun"
U ! i f u bll an t Chak i ant on Maltliiir
AM",
AllnofOtl4blba.ltnv t nmb Tlolha kf kc ,
Aiiautiaun irnurau. ovrinai amonoiarmin
B
V4JHRKNil U IIAMM, AnrtUairera,
No. loul ttoftUwrat rornr Trnlti an I V atrrrt
TST":.. HAIK Of. KFT TBftim.Il)
FAHT ATA10TION ...
lly Tlrtu of tld oftniat to in datrd Jun'
Sft. IT and duly rrordil In JJtr No. U, foil i "a.
n of th land riNHird of U aahlnirtoti l tL. an I
attb rtquoat of tb lrtr ernrd turn-by I UI
tl at pnlilt anrtton In front of tb nrtiuUca, to
lhhl:hatblddr.oii FItU)A Wln-iiary- irlat
4 o'clock p, to. part of orbrtnal 14 lu HtiaritL
rwuinilAil aa fiJliiwai llotflnnln at th D irthaal
rorwr of aaid Int. and rnnDina lhnr H frt
M"
tiMinUiPinri iogaonnbir(iimN
it inii nt uU in not otniJiil wlih within aan
Uara aftr l th Iroat rrrr tb rwhl to r
awtl th i rorrtr U Ibf rlak and coat vf tbr drtatUt
,nI",reb-rJlRAA UD If WABNFR.Tnuf
JaMrotOi OUKKN k WILLI AMU Anr ,
IV- TFIK ADO) E 8ALE IS POSTPONED UNTIL
MuXDAYittbriurj-n 1j
Ilia.
II B
WAnSVJl. Treat.
A n.N KB. Ti
itiuiiM.
V it, I. WAX It oV C O AairlUnerra,
rtw aiarui unuauiar i
F) Tlr Tlrtti nf dd of truatdatfd October B,
Tl IWTU an 1 auif rcooraaQ m fJor no. w, iwiu
""163, of th laud rrord of wMnlnyloa o. nnti
P Oilwul allM PbUo anptlon, on TllUUllUAr.
tbMUidarof February lirtl.at 4 o flock imil, id
TatoUieTuU. all thou lrecla of Utid alt
uat Ja tb cllyof t aahlmrton, li U, and brlutf
and kaowu aa lota nambrr4 ninety nln iw)
and cm bondrad tlJ0.t la It F.Oabrriaiwirdcl
nubdulalon of iiur oambrrfil au bundrrd and
rnty a. ia7a.
Tbtwe lotaltava Mch a front of oltrblMO f et on I
trtot, and vh la (mi rod by a twUry aud
baarment rich boiia,arlf(.if
Tmi i inM, with lutrl tbroo at tb rat of
tn P aeuluni pr annuru from October , Vf and
oalfof 111 ttttaa1 of aal eaah ou ach houw and
lb baliaur at n montha, with tnlrat from th
Jir of aal A dmu of luo on Mobtoiw r
HulrftJ at tlin rfttl. C?nW1i:lMtU',,n'
tirthaarr Y OAlrltlON Trupitv
1 irbs-U VT I- Wil.L ii CO . Aucttoowra.
TJ (llIi:7:N A. U II I UIW, Awctlncr-,
15 Mo.uwlnorttatrorDr TmUii40lrn
Dyrirtocof t drd of truat U m frnm l M O
paii&ahrr an I wif.dtM Novmlr f lTI iif r (
rordlnliUrNo.tlT (uliom ouof tblan I rfcortl
tor tbcoujtf of Waaiiuwun D 0. ant bydirec
(JOU of tn It 4-lff OI lu nun acrurfu inrrruj . i
(Till HU II 1 UI IID III II "l I'irnim .-..
WUDMLdDAY.tbvlflbdar if truarr ll,at 4
o'clock ). in., lrt o lot uurnbrrd fourln (It. I
tn BjivtarauuniiifraJ Qvh iudrdaud )rlity,Mo I
ta Mmti uuuibr rJ Qv h iudrl
Sunn afroBlofth1.tr B fee
oulhwMtl lbdttliif lb lot
MWM feat of around aud bating
'( nn 1 1 rat all
: '-.-! -.it. ;i: ;..;
muuiuiu i".ii
thereon t two-
Term of Hal -On half caah twenty Ave dollar
of whit tnu lath lld Immediately thereafter tb
Ml tbebalaaealualiaudtaelv inontba,etireil
ty d4if lruatoutbepruilaM the note to Uar
eltfbt M arnt tnlarewt, 1 aj abla at-nil annually
II nlrpir in duin wow i bii ""'.T
after th truate rerrve the rwbl lo ruaeil
after II
th trc
uurrhui
vajiclnir-Bllh eiiteiia
'UN DIIANV.rru
FlM WM IIAMH Ai
f lb
nrhae
ruate
Jbeeobda
Alicia
J V IIIIPKN A. W II I I M, Aucllatteera,
p Ho, uvi uonawvat rrer tcuui tm u aun-v.
racOtdd ubdltiat
AtuaiAevd and alitr
I ""7rr. vr?. ;i,
rwui Oiuihlrdcaab and balance In ail twelve
4 M.LUU luwtab, allb eeu ir cent. InUrrat.
llTiwlBiivlft, lflrmoflaraiioooin
i lied with within flr 41 .alter Utha pXfflt
hi b raiwld at lb rlak u4 cot ?f the dt-faulilUM'
irrdrfollar4owuwbNi (k proper!) U atrmh
g U H WAhNKR H irrtvlu Trualee
feU4t U KN Jk tt II I 1AMH Aurl
Ii
V B, II. WAHNKR , , , mi
ileal rli prnur ana HUiiioiin-r,
f8veulbUM between U and 11
Jennofal UOOOcaah wlthxpeflfa rf aala
anlntaraiaf at ten I r CUt. f rota
1st in raah and tb lalanr in air
'at l irp i nr rtui. iruiu nienmii atri
eltfbtetn uontb. aacnrea V
I !i a
vftT ria hundred amiaracaan mum in
fy 1 atrue k o and if th rro r not com
rllhlit fan daia alter a) tb truale reene
1vbundre4 dollar caab abeti lb
irni ii iruat ujt'U
iu iruipi
rroi
rl:hltore(ieUthiroiiertyl lbrUk and col
oTtta defaidilniT PurcbMcr Ail JUTyucinf at
th ci)aera coat
t3-jnE ATIOTE HIE II rOHTrONCD OK
i. Tno.
,w 11 HTlAItSttt Ajtet
tmatai
U( lAIT,A (., AriloBrr,
1 Nw Hull Una-
N wj anl WQ Innarlania arnu. rornr of
Ninth itm-L
I.AT11E AND rFnFMPfoRY PAI F OF A I AnOF
H1(M iOi OAKII-TH, MATTlNdft, RlDH.ull
tUITIIA WIIITF ANI PMH K MATTINDH.
Jki.ON A lllbun UFTllIKTi ANUHIXTY
liVYH
Ob TllimnnAI MORNING rcbniarr IX cni
1
Dr vlitutr1eedpf rru-l ta ,bua Wklt
fTf arr Q t piyaelf daleJOrUtir) ra. and dull
itl riX JeJ u iJUr BX folio KB, 1 u tj the faud
""rfcorj of Waabiotrtnu. D Jl and by duw ti n
efthtm tleretu KurrJ. r will 1 at inllle
aiicuou, iu fr ui of Ih 1 remlae to th I If ul 1 1 1
dr oiiWtUNtSlAY,WbniarrlM?VaT jrlic"
r MirLI.iaiLI III i mcl II r ". 1111
nofUwatbalf lif ai larelbfea
Ave (l)luafllirr ailli II ttn
ivviiua 11 ,nwi. M vmv
P.YWffli.MSSVit'ETSfcuVFT-T
Hy vlrtutof aileed of tmattoua. did May
iri,ai4rMorddMaya1,ia' In fiber M tulioXdl,
I f. aud al Ih direction 1 1 lb l-artr tbetebl -rurJ
w UJ pilar f r cl In (roof of th i tetnl.
I I nblTo auction, on WtpNtHDAk.lb lib day of
ubruary UTiaiio'docS p. m ,to tb blif heat 1 1 1
oVra. th rt half ef aureaM,bcln crbniiall la
rti .,. IT ta.av'le.ll A, I3T14 an ( aft lu
aaid viuara, welner ub to ImproYemenl
TTMTCO BTATK9 PATENT ' OjPTICt
U WAiHtNOTOM D c.rrb.i.m
00tbretillouf Jakk iow.tif Lfcrun, Uorcv
ter couniy.Md, traylug for.tn extetiajou of a
arUEI arabUdloLlniCO lb 9d dayof Maj, IfM
lor an imj rcTemeni in mAnnlaclure of watch ,
4 Uf..lArad that th iMtimOttT In tb C b
cioadoaibltdyf f AprUnaxl ibil tna.tlai for
sioTO fTOia 'KfiraMiOTMiwii i
(ton be urarti ou iu" mm. oar o ni m i
AFFAIR8 ABROAD.
KINO AMADEUS TO ABDICATE.
Tb lflnUirr Try In tnlu it IVr-nntl
tllm frrii 111 rrpf Thr IllnUtry
t ltrlH'-A llrpnbllr la br Pro
rtnliwrd-A (Itll Mr Ilrporied Inrv
lifitl-Th Hirrrt .f Ylndrld ! lllcd
Milk Kcrltrd IVpl-N Dlapulrlira
llrrrtrrd from Indrld Mnr Fnrly
Tnradny tIrn1nT
HTAIN.
Th Kln Krlertnlnrd la Abdknlr.
Madhip. Feb, in, mldtHflit. At 9 oMork thla
evrnlaf King Arotdeiu tanoniireil lo Bettor
ZorlliA that tie ai determined, to there to hl
retolniiOQ to tuiicair Place ftaiordhj tui(
when hi Majrut; derUrM hU Intention of
quitting the throne, the rnlnUten hmciren
Doaalyendftroreiltodiuaalo him from doing
io, but their r fforta hare nrore 1 futile The an
bounce tii en t thatatxlitatlon Utertalu create! a
proft ua I aeuaatton, bnt lraiir(nlllltj prevail A
mjalmeuaireRnnoiinilDK thajdelernilnatl m of
the klnRWiil aoon he aul milled tolhelortea.
Altrr lu presentation thememheraof.iheraip
inn win tenoerineir reaimaiion
nitrrsuc to ai rnoaamrp
MAPitin, Feb II, 1 turn King Atnadeua per
Plata In hi determination to alHtirate the throne
It la expected that an executive rouunlaaion
will be fonned, which will proclaim a republic
hen It Itecame known lat nlant that the kins
wotill rertalnlj rralfn the crown group ol the
people arathered In many of the at recta, an
there were Home attempt lo create a dlatnrh
anre The demount ration were promptly ap
preaaedanlthe crowd dlaperaet wllhi ul any
cnnitict
The ConjrreM taut nlht atopte.1 a propoaat
that the prtwl lent of that branch of thelortra
ant fifty depnilea attall tonilltute a peimanent
mmnilttee
a arm mo to raoaatMrn
kmium, Feill. M omnM, a repubiian
deputy in the Aaarmbly, tin rerflrrtl a dmnati h
dated at Madrl I, no n, to-day, gnt t y Henora
FlAnieraa ant ('oMellar, annnunilnir that a re
I tn tic will be rortalmel in Hpaln thia eveninir
ABrmtKrivn WARiHtrrrAaiiE
wi mm teli. 11-MllnlRht The abdication of
King Amaden la the alt-aiworl Ins topic in Ixin
don an 1 1 aria. The view la ronai len I it mmy,
anl a titter civil war la Inevitat le ihelaM
iliapatah recelve.1 from Malrll wa J it e.1 at 1
bAlorkthla tnorulnr N thlna; liai aince Iteen
received The failure of dli alchea U resanle I
aatmlnoiia The lat dlpi(hay the atreeti
ire now (lam) ailed with crowd of exciie-l
Pconle Ihe Menit ha autMilnlMt a nrmanm
cominlttee of thirty.
re u or mtuiuiHi n i a unirai lopei, in be
half of Manhal Heriano, have oHered to anpnort
Prime Minister 7ortlla lu malntaliilnir onler It
U rumored that Zbnila In ten la lo teat the tai I
tal to-morrow
Kenor Itlvrrw will remain al hi nmt aa prral
lent of the fonffrr-aa.
Till ABDICATION CAlHtn V rREMOl tVni.UTr!
mw"! rro ii a m -mi tunner newa naa
beenrecelvelfn)mMa1rll The announcement
of the aMlratlon pr(Nlurea a profoiin I aenaatlon
In Merlin The Herman paper hint that it wat
i anieii bj Frtnrh initiin
nitKATIIltlTAIN.
The Hum Juan lUundary.
tilNDOK Ftb II In the Holla of Lord thla
eveninir the Karl of Lauderdale aiktsl whether
meainrea ha I len taken loromplete the aettle
mentor the wntern tiart of the Imun larv line
lietweenthe llrllUh d iminlon anl the 1 tilted
mate He conten Inl that nntwlthatandlna; the
ileclalon with rerird to that tmrtlon of ih nnt
B-tlll.ll l9Um B7l.inythAllnl.aia.AaH .k.
""" " i-ii "inuiiic i ii iic niiii-p, tucrr
were aereral water channel which the AmrH l
rana luldht claim Ihe rtffhta of In Man tribea I
wrreaimi irii unnruiei an i in naiona were met 1
Mat e
Ilerharacleriietl th wh ). Ireatv of Unh. I
Injrton aa the moat I u nliutlnjr that knjrlan I ba 1 '
evernriritlateit,
Mrl tlrantllle reptlel with aaanramfa that
tep hat been taken to aettle all tmuii Urr j
qiieathms The BntUh rommlaah n hat anr-I
eyed a line which wa almoat Itentlcal with
thatlaildown lytheAmerl aim luntnutloua I
haltieenaentout with the view of arriving at
an ajrreenienl on the exact Imni lary i
NM1 OUK
lira. Mwla l-arrral.
NKWoaa, Feb 11 Vra. Clwln irrrat.whn
real lea on Hiaten lalan I. haa Riven n ith e to the
rxrriilora of her late huabaud that ahe 111 apply
ftrherdower In theeatateon the gronu I thai
Mr Knrrrat never waa divorced front her, ,
AFIBK ATORANrirUt,
(MaablDaTtio ronnty,) In thla Htalo, yaierlar ,
inornlnir, burnetl the beat portion of the rlllaKC, I
Inclndlnctwndrr a-ooda atorea. a arm rr at.ir
twn law omcea, aharueaa ahop ailothlnr atore
ant two tenement. Loaafroini'in.onn to linn,
. THIRTIAllKltnORlPA,
which haa heretofore been eni(retl In aevrral
expedition! to Cnba, wta on Hat onlay hauled
iuiu .or miaiiuc uuva iu tnv i ier on noinn I
Rtreet.anl it la believed ahe la heing titled un
roraftuntfoat by the Fpanlardaaa a tuLaort to
thethlckamaugua. It la rumored that the tn
I ana here threaten to I urn or blow up the I bkk- i
amaugua, whlih Ii now being fltled at Del met l a
work for the Hpantah aervlce I
aoLPiaaa arnNKD ocr
Fifteen tenementa atrort rkhnylrr, otrupk I
by inariietl aoldlera, were burnetl to-day i
TBI BRIE DIRKCTOIhl
to-day ordered a dlvl lend of 1 per cent ou
preferred, an 1 14 on common atorL
IK TUB rblROM kUTTIL
at Cone; Itand yeaterday Mlnjrate beat Moaea i
in a matt h of fifty bint each, fou a aide
yiaa
At cw Brighton, Ntaten laland, yeaterday
evening, four aipaii atorea were burned, earning
a loa of in 00O
thu vicinity for AUaoa ao I Ixirraine cniigianm,
to le calleif "New tttrait org
MTTBB10r;R HIRDXR.
Tbemurvlerof JameaUraham, at Little Nerk,
L. L, on Friday last, U aUU abrouded lu my ate 17
There la much excitement In the neighborhood
oter the affair, and It la believed there acre Rev
ere! perpetrator of the crime
THE (IRRELXr IMACY TH TUB CllllbRBMH Alt
lUXIBn
The tmateea of the ( till Iren a Al I m lety ihla
evening reaolved not to deinan I the njmeut of
IhfltiniHNi left to the aorlely by the will of Mr
iirreivy auniuini to prm aip 11 in reiwri 01 ine
embarraaaeil con llllon of Ihe eaute be true If
tte eatala la In th aame ronditl in aa In 1S
when the will waa made, tbey ahoul I Inalat on
the i ay men t of the legacy
( 1 1 ONiTatAHI'INU aij.
(Jreat Dcir action ri'raprrt
NewTobb Feb. 11 The cyclone al Ailnwll
on the smh of January raaei great ileattuctl m
of property The atom came on ao au I lenly
that many veaaela in the I av an) at Ihe whanra
were rouaequrntly wrerked Ihe ateamahlpa
were, moat of them able toeaiape, but theaall
ing teaaela were htavy aufferera Ihe three
matted achooner lloyal An h, of Hoaton, with
coal for the I acirlc Mall Hteamahlp ( omi auy.waa
dm en atern flrat throuBh the company Si mole at
whit h she waa I) Ing Ibe tiatk Orleut,tf Hoa
ton, went at the Frt nch a harf an I wrecke I it aa
wellaa I-raelf ihe Mbooner t II hrlly, of
Hoaton, 1 roke lrlft and went on the abore, but
may poaalt ly l gotten off The Halifax at hooner
J W Halla fell foul of a rYeni h ateainer an I
anffered aorne damage rt
other aaiung veaavia were a,vl, principally t y
the artlveexertlona of the I Anama ralln a 1 1 eo
ple The damage done the I arid mall wharf.
with whale oil and other produre on it, tannnt
le lea than iJuu DOO On half of th l-rench
wharf waa ran if I aaar, alth two carloalaof
lodigo that were on II 1 he Uverimol company a
wnari vuuarru niuiii in in a i ara which wii
IvInaralonBTkideof It when the alt rui inminencMl
Ulnar aafrly he aaaerte I that there la not a
aouul wharf to-day in Aaplnwall Ihrreamall
coaatlng ai hooner anuk at their tnoortnga ) ery
ftrtunately the Henry ( hanncey Lejt outalie
an I thua em anetl the atorra in the harlor The
brlgtjllmore Memllth became a total wreck nn
R reef A boat from alioie, in trying to reach
Iter, waa iipael, aitl tan A'plnwall men were
Tb Slaarl Neuatarlal Inveallaailuu
HT Ixiln,Ffl U Mr Hutcblna(of Nt Loul.
offered In the Ilouae to-day an am lavlt of (len.
Dorrla. In vln licailon of hla roiMlnct in the Hen.
toriai content The paper, In aubatance, autea
that he waa alaeot aul dl I not know that he
u wanted that the atalumrnta of epe anl
Morgan, tno member of the. Hour, concerning
their approach with Intent to brine, wta, iq
the main, correct that he ha I offere I thtui
money for the purpose of tin ling out Pbrlim
line of oneratlona. who waa then rennrtit
aa having ito ooo to nae in aecuring hla electio-!
iniiioniwuuiui auhui ni n i iubuc i money
for their Influence, I ut he did not expect
to tie nominated uultae there came a dead
lock that In no re poet wtB ha working In the
interest of Iiogyor anybody lonuectel with hla
autreaa that he waa woiklng f r h uiaelf and no
one flue that he had i f nt i,&oo on thla work,
and (bit he had not loams) or given any lueirn er
ope dollar
Mr Ilea Dec offere I a rriol itlou aaklnethat
the report be recommitted aud general Uirri
anmmoned before the com mil toe, n hlcli n aa (oil
I y a email majority
Areaolutlou oDerel denonnclng the am U It
Of Dorrla at uo wort by of confl lence, an I
wrongly caatlng reflection! upon tno memtera
of the Home, waa amen led to the effect that
tbeaiatementlbea3 ry vartt teatimony, aqonil
not appear aa evl lence or go open the rciord
anl a then aioptcd '
a ' '
The Pomeroy Invratlgnllon
Totka rcb.n-The Tomeroy iutcatigailng
committee examined (lovernor Oaliorn Hr I-
gan indW V Down tonlay Governor Oalmrn
leatltltiil that be took no i art whatever in tin.
Kenatortal contrat, an I had no nn leratandlug of
any kind with any tan 1l late In relation theieto
lit Imuran anoretbat he made, bi unui t a
bliuarlf alone, anl hat no arrangement with
loinerwv wnerriy no aai w Wltbdraw in the
laurr iiiwr
Dr Dow n UnlllWJ I tut he knew netting of
in u ui uiuuc vj tvwvfuji auu fflfl pe
B (Daw
on) never paid tlooo or any other aom to Ed
ward t lark or anvbcaly elae for romeroy
Theevllence of Yorke, Hlmpaon an I llorton,
ine oriRinaion oi inr nrnnn in rxi"v an "
feat romerny, la all In, and la clear an I complete!
to the effect that Henator lna-alla waa wholly Itr-
norantin Ita Inception anl progreaa, receiving
hla flrat Information from lorkea puMlPdla-
rioaurea in joint convention.
Prapoaed Ita II read Crtrbrallon al Itlrk
twaad.
nirnunin, a , Feb It. The arrival of the
flrat tbrnngh frelfht tralo from Huntington, W,
a. via that heaapetke anl Ohio rallroa!, will
be celebrated to-morrow afternoon by cannon
Bring ringing of i ilia, a military anl civic pa
rade, aprech making by the (lovernor, Mayor,
an I other illitingulahe I person agea, an 1 a gen
eral anapenalnn of bualneaa It la propoae 1 that
thla tmproinpta demonatratlon be fnllowel by
another In May no an eaaentlally different and
gran ler acalr.
flrnrral Ilx and the Iredli Illablller.
Aliakt. Fh lt-j tlcneral Dlx anthorltea the
atatement that he never had any atock or inter
eat in the credit mobiiler The only atock he
received waa aorne I nlon raclfla railway In pay
ment of hla aalarr, and ha never received pay for
negotiating bon la for that company, and never
wrote threatening letter t the omceraof the
voinpao
G0NUNDRUM8.
THIUl THAT NO M110W CAM fllO OUT.
CUIl Nervier Fxanlaatlan lathe Inter lav
Department Haw ta lleeewie a Clerk
lathe land Paleat, PeaaUa, fadlaa
aad ( raaaa n arena.
Th ffecretary of the Interior haa trant mined
to the Hnnae, In anawer to Oen Dutlet a resolu
tion, a Hat of qnrationa propounded I y the civil
aervlce examlnera to Ihe can II latea for appoint
ments anl promotion loclerkahtpalnlhatpe
pirtmrnt, A clone examination of the llt de
velop the fart that ihe qqeatlona have been care
fully prepared for the purpose of laaurlng the
irumotion of Ihe heat claaa of rlerka to the
higher grades of omce la Ihe Department, anl
that ihey ahall poaaeaa not only a technical legal
knowledge or their daliea from a legal atari.
point, but, ao far a the Patent Oiflce la ft
cerned, a theoretical anl virtually pravtlc '
snow iro ye ni mecnanica i ne iiai una nineie i
isea of onllnarv document Print an I rmbracea
qiiftdlnnt rrganling every pcnalt le anl Imagln-
mv iieiauoi fne i uaineaa ui me uepanmeui
Among them are the following:
Htalfj what la the dlfferenr between mechan
b al aklll an 1 Invention, I y what role (If any ex
Utofneral aonll atlon) yon would luta-eane-
ctal raaea What la Ihe apeclat provlme of a
akllleil artianf And where iloea tb trooer
orilce of the inventor begin ?
nai w tne law relating io foreign inveniionar
hat no you undent and to ba ihe rut of the ,
( oinmlMloner relating lo dlapcnalng with model
In apll"tlonat
To what extent doea the office go la Ju Iglngof
Ihenaefulneaaof Invention
hat la the law relating tn the right of pur
ihaaenof a I atentat le machine or article lief ire
a patent I applied for
What I the effict noon a prior knowledge or
nae in a foreign country of the thing patented f
How far may an applicant, in letting for n the
atateof the art to which hla alleged invention
belonga, proceed, toahnwby argument Ita anpe
riorily io other?
nnen, in an application nr rrwaue. may an
T'aiftfirtssai.
What miUnheU deacnotlon of a nroceaa or
machine la aurtlcieui to defeat a at en 17
W hen d ea a prlnteil labiirathq lierome bar
IMiriii iitf wiiai l iirM rim-Fi
lathe prltrimt iliatlon of a detlce deacritie I
In an application ronclnalveagamat ihe grant of
a patent therefor?
What I the principle of aetw n of the lar
ometer? In what war doea a apray of water act locnol
an apart raentf
What waa the con til Ion of Ihe steam engine
l-efoce W atl"
W bat material are tiaed for making paper"
How la grafting performed?
Hhonl l the angle of the baall it a rutting tool
le more or leaa acute In proportion to the herd
new of the materlalaorxe I W hvT
What relation haa the dew point lo Iheqnea
Hon of aenalnlng the hygnnietlc condition of
the Bttnoai here" How la the dew point aacei
lalne "
hat la an imeJgim?
W hat la Ihe enaeutlal difference between blot
ling an 1 writing paper? II mv la thla differrnre
producetl?
What la the purpose of a fiah-liar in railway
iBlneerlng?
WhatlaalKk nut? Itapun-oe?
W hat la a flying butt res ?
blch haa ihe more vrrtical liilei!, aan I or
gravel?
Vhat I ihe nirpe of a raine) In hydraulic
engineering?
W hat la a dlp-t ompa"
W hat la a acarf in carpentry"
W hat U a toggle-joint? Haa that form of the
a pi II atlon of power any ajiei lal Bppropriateneaa
to I allng preaaea? W hj
hat i the difference between an off-eet an 1
an off-cut, tn i rinting?
Among utbera are question regarding tnathe
inatlt. grammar, Ac, Ac, aul the f llowlng,
whh h I i lauiileil under the he I of "Jllatoryt''
Why la generul etlucatlon an I moral rettllule
more InlUin-naaiileln a reiubllc than In an ab.
olute iiumarxby?
uur FritB pawed the examination ty answer
Ing thla querry aaying "I here are no l"aciflc
railroa 1 In aliaotute monarchlea "
The Nrnate lesierday The Yraeauela
Clalaia-llltt I-atlerle AhalUbrd la the
DUtvlct.
About three wctka ago the Henate unanlnioualy
adoited what la known aa the Anthony orlte
publican cancua rraolutlon, aireelng to proceed
with ihe ralen lar until the business thereon ahall
be completed, 1 ut yeaterday waa the flrat occasion
of a strict adherence to that agreement ery
fair progrraa was made, anl a large nnmberof
bills, eajeclally of a private nature, were passed,
while thnae Involving debate were laid over
nnder the rule I y a alngle objection Among
inoae wnicn receive) nnai action waa tne bill lo
"enforce the atlnulatl in of the convention with
eneiuclaof law. anl Iheiavmentof allniu
cited claims ittla till aa it came from the
Ilouae rrrognizra the aijuucatmn or theae
i lalma I y the ( arraccaa convention aa final au I
conclusive, an I to he held aa valid and aiihaiatlng
agalnat the Heiiiilllc of eueruela It also ex
tllcltly authorise 1 anl dlreitrd the Presllent
1 to ailopt aurh meaaurea, not amounting to acta
of aar, to enforce the claim of citixenaof the
1 nltcl Htatea a IJn llcatct I y the mixed commis
sion," anl made payatle by Wneanrla to the
(iflvrrnment of the I nite.1 Htate. an I further
authorized anl dlrertM the Presllent In like
manner to collect such rlatma of cillxenaof the
Initel Htatea aa were acknowledged ly en
ezuela to be due prior to the adju Heat Ion
Ibe House pained u almost unanimously, I nt
the Henate alruuk oit the clauaea atiovequoteil,
leaving the bill but little better than none t a,
Atvonling to the rrport of the Ilouae committee
act nmpaiiylng the 1 HI the payment of the award
made r the ( arraccaa contention, amounting In
all to $l,A3Slu3H, waa from time to time de
layed in a verv provoking manner Delt.g re
qacjltHl by onr Hfsvrrnmrnt to make apl
i harvea agaluat the ( arraccaa convention, br
exueu flird amaaaof testimony with our
pari me nt of Htate tending lo show "that power
of attorney were given Tn some of theraaeato
Ihe American lominiaaioner, anl he received
Iiecunlary t omiiensatlon f ir executing Hie aame,
hat an fmj roer Intimacy exiatetl tx-twern the
Amrrhati commlmiloner, the umjlre and Mr
U nl TI tllilrBir ilin wl. 111 ltli.pn.v nt aim l
ctalntanis. anl aaa also ret reaented aalln
fhe ac?lary of VgatS St the ilahna I av J i
1 lnrrav received (mm th liilmnal of art Itra '
lomWMMlSlnwVMn'mlioI'ii?!
iMbllllMunillaIMIb.rllliilMU-
lni.rominiltr.ron.lolr.lu rri.onlirM.llai
aa to cauae the award to l set aal le -oii ly
he t Sanaa-oof Ihe I 111 whlihlhe Hedate veater-
dar so fearfully mast ulated 1 hla matter la one
whkh the J real lent treated tn hla last message
1 he Henate also aaaed Ihe bill, Introduced! y
Delegate (hlpman 10 prohltlt gift I merle lu
the DUtrltt of (olnmfla Henator Hterenson
attemi ted to excto te latteries for the I enrat of
regularly eslahlished libraries from Ua operation
I ul failed 1 he bill now goea to the real lent,
aii'i win rrt cito ni auonnai iu irw iiaj
The I'aaaeray latrallgailaa.
Tn ..uo.l.l eommltieaai oAlnie,! In ih Rnsl
. r.-.. r --1 ,
to tnre atigate the rharga Qf I ri err againni
Henator Pomeroy, In connection with the late
Heuatoilalelecnon in han-aa, ha-1 an Infurmtl
meeting jeaienlav All the member of the
conira itee-Mesjrs Irellnghnyaen, thalrman
lliukUgham Aborn, Thnrmau anl itkers
were nrasent Altec a 1 rief conauliatl in It v. as
iletennlnad In i.wM ih Ii k nf tlm In in
wxss&x&sAfift s.wjrgi
l. ..: .i7;;.l. ,.. .:;: ; v. r":u 'Z": :;
rrralaeuiUI ripmloatlona.
Tho rrcal lent sent the fellow lag i,omjnatlooa
to the Senate yeaterday t Uorrte Frlrdaam o be
rollrrtor or Internal revenue for the Third Ul
irltttf Nework W II Sinclair, collector of
internal revenue lor the First district of Texas,
JoseitiM Ursxly, to be third lieutenant In the
revrnue marine aervke, Orvllie McOregor, of
Maine, consnl at Tumbei, and A W Tenney, to
be I nlted Htatea attomev for the Kasieru dls
I trlit of Msw york
mere were errors 1 nnii it some jnai cause or 1 . . .. .". .
complaint! tat the I mg delay anl Ihe many "" na.- . - -etasionaonlhepart
of Wnexuela are without I '"!. l.. ?.,?
extuaeor Justiniatlon Ihe rlalm ahoul I lie T" f" '. " l '"''
in an 1 .us ruiiiiiiiiirD 1 iririuii rTmuiuiiiBu ir" i
aenttoM7orte KVinVmir a nrinr nuVaV "-- oi i.uoti snares, uon i decease I one for inn, dAted Inne it signed it
'A!.1.1? " A"t? .IT1?' .P"?f'P1 f The next entry waa In reference to lame K k i i sniin. an i nn foe svto. .i.i.hI .fan t.
Bihla eVVn?e I eforV !ha mrSg Th? .V1101.' nMltn illlHm roI thetahula . signed I y 1 6euny A Cduoneul them hating
fnl?ai Kanon iruf be nS iltlt rZu i T5S I llnniiioti Klerretl to. Itneaa next rea I trie me sllahteat cnnne'tlon Hltu ilia au icct of IrT
nVi!tmgiUnVMl?MiMaiM..iiiu ?1. .Li! ",M'. !". l"l h rrnl im Iho ll,ureliu fir .Uno louul.l of Bt.nw.y ln,
CREDIT MODILIER.
a-
...
THE POUND COMMITTEE AT WORK
.
Oahea Amea Itetanied-Thf Mrmotandm-
Iloali Tradaeed-The Tlee lreUrai
Rkplanailan Jafcn M Itarrtor tw the
Hcarae Uencral Deatal af nil Mr
A me Atlegatlana-UherF lbe Twelte
llnndred Hollnra C ame rrmOne
Tbaaaand llollara froi n W arm AtU
ulrer la New ark and Two HaahlreJ
llattar fram Mr Mnllbewa line-MC
fram Ileyand the ltarby Mountain
Tke Praflt af lctarlag cra tbe
C antlneal- ampalgn Maadrr 1 faa
Ibe vice Prrldeat 1 he Tier Prt
deal Family an the RtanJ-Tke Kvl
denee He Tore Ihe ( ammlttee (,a
eluded Judge rolanl aprilal committee in inquire
Into the dumlbntit n of credit mot lller atock
among raembera of Tongreaa reanined Ita aeialon
yeaterday morning 1 ire Treal lent Colfax, with
hla conaal, Ju tge Hale, waa In attendance. The
committee room waa drnaely crowded, and by
10-30 o lock It waa Impoaalhle to gain a Imlaalon
After walling half an hour for Mr Amra,Jn1ge
roland aal 1 he had been notified to appear before
the committee at 10 oMock thla morning bttt,
not bavins vet mat hla anoearanr. that hair.
man Inquired If Mr Colfax waa realv to andralt
ma mnneraiaiemrnt or introduce tne eviience
referral to I y hlin
Ju ige Hal replied that It won) I be a manifest
Injustice for Mr Colfax tn go on the atan I until
Mr Amea ahmil I n mnlete hia leallmnnr.
Jul Inlanl aal I I ha romnilti wnnLl kai
rcquirvnimiouoaauniii alter Air Amea annul I
ul I1 hla ail lltlonal IptHllmnnv
ARRITAt. or AMEA.
Mr Amea nut In an ai iw-aran. a fear mlmitti
teforellorlrk
JutgeFolantlnqnlreilof Vr Amea If b? hal
with hnn the nrlrlAal nt th niomnnn ta mni
of whlihbepriMluceil lefore the committee In
hla former testimony
Mr Ante I un kraian I that evl It-nce I lo lr
put lu to Impeach mv teatlinonytv Mr t nlfax,
and tor fnen la aay that I ahi uf I hate that evl-
(viii o oriurc ii roiiut a mi iiquk
JulgelolanJ Ihetommlttre IhlnVa It abnukl
ie produced now
Mr Amea. 1 have left the ImnL wiihafHni
who haa legal knonlelge to examine Into the
matter
Ju 1ae Poland Pleaaa aenl ami rrt ir nn
TheproceeilingAberemuatlie govcrnrd ty onr
Jndgment an I not that of other Ho you will
I leaae aen I eomrlKMiy for It. or tell ua where to
get it
Mr Amea Horace F Clarke ha the Imoi, air
A mraaenger waa dlapati hed for It
While awaiting the return of ihe meaaenger,
Mr Amea produced a n entoran I tut iook, In
which he fmin I thai on Mar 4, W, he m 11 tn (1,
lira lfonl 1 mi aharea of credit mol tiler atock at
liar, an J gave him a dlacounl of five tier cent
He alaofonnlthat Henator Patterrton pal I him
torhlaa.000 ahirea of rreilit moblllrr alock cm
the Slat of Augu at, 1m; The Impretulon of
wilneaa. when nvinr hla former teatlmnnr. wa
W'KssTai, !,,
titer atocK oi America, f.t,ouo "
W itneaa teatlUnl that he ma le the entry at the
time laaaawrrtoaqiieallon aa to whom he
net i tow vaiia an i nioux i uy ainrk in truat for,
he aialetl that he took aa truat ee, I ut for no one
in particular The roa 1 waa a good In vent me it,
and It waa dlacotered that Ihe anl a rlitlon to
the atotkwouii overlap, or that more money
waa being auhacrlhed than waa wanted, hence
he took Home aatruitee In order to get all be
coul I HiihcquenMy he let Jamca M lleebe
have aorne, aft II J (larlener anl Aaron
Hooper HealAoUl Mr Dingham havi lnoor
Bono worth
At II n the committee took a recea for haffl
an nuur
Afewmlnutea after Ho clock ihe Hergranl
at Arm returned anl not I Dei I ihechaliman of
the committee that Mr t lark waa at break fa!,
and that he ha I Informelhlinthat he won) 1 lie
on hand aa aoon at he complete I hla meal
AHer walling another n tarter of anhonrMr
iiorace f iar.e ao pea re i, an i a wniapcreil con
ference lietween blmaelf an 1 Mr Amea waa hel I
Mr flaike then produceil the long waited for
memorantnnt hook, an I tall It on the l at le tie
tore him
Mr tlarke then inquired of the committee at
whoae Inalance wa thla memoran lum Uiok pro
dnceit waa It at the inalance of the commit tee I
Mr. MerrR-h t I at the In ita nee of the com
nillla. Mr Clarke then elated that between hlmaelf
mi iit niuc, iii-ii it.7 kuiihui riiiicti.iui
nr Ame nai atken mm aa to nia legal riirhta
and duties rounected with the memoran lum
book He con! Icred the memoran turn Imc
waa ntt evl lence per e, an I aa tt embrar
matter with irlvatecltlxenshedll not thl I
the committee ahould have It, It coul I be ua
only for the 1 urpoao of Impeaching Mr Ame
lie ha) alvlsed Mr Amea not to within 1 1 any
fait material tu thla Investigation. A great bulk
an 1 he auggcated that a ropy of aitch portion t fj
the book a related to llii Investigation tie ma te I
en I compared by theuieinberaot thecoiutnlttec
A tirlvals rllllf n a tl oil I.I not In aVir1 tn anrva.! I
bla private transaction before the put lie,
which, he waa sorry tossy, looked rather fur
calumny than truth
Julge Pulanl aal I the committee dl I not en
tertaln the aame viewa aa Mr Clarke, but
thought Ihe book waa competent evidence, and
must be produced lie fore the committee ihe
committee, of course, would only examine aut h
portion a related to the Intcstlgatlon aul hla
private affairs
Julge Inland then requested Mr Amea to
ahowsuch original entrlea on ihe hot k aa re
lated to matiera tentifled ahont
THE WILSON RNTKi
The first entry wa then read, dated Tuesday,
Jannary 14, laOM, and real as follows t "Henry
W llaoo, to i redit by raah I o, on account of credit
mobiiler atotk of America" Then follows an
entry, un ler dale of let uruary 10i paid Henry
W llaon PH4.
Ihe witness test Met) that the entrlea were not
In all caea ma le at the time of the transaction
JuneJi lw,a statement of Henry Wilson sac-
mum, anowiujr 91 ion in 1 nion i acinc raiiroa 1
twin la Bumi In I M-r Hani I lum la a a1i nlninn i
of interest an I check f ir 3 giveu to him
THE DAW M ENTRY
The witness then turned to Jsnuary ll, l-UH, I
an treat) as follows Mr D we, 1 redit wot lller
of America Jannary 11, t-mo January 14, HB 1
vineaa. In explanation or ihe entry, sail the
ft Mo wa ihe par value of iheatotkanl Interest
on It up in that time Thla aunt waa tial I to Mr
Dawes. V Itneaa then turned a leaf in the I ack
of the liook, anl exhiUtcd the entry without
dale nn Irr head of cash account H K lUwea,
I v cash i.nxi amount due on Imn I f t ftm, imn l,
lioiK) rreilll mol lller, fl.oiNf I nlon Pat 0 f I.imkv
In ex 1 lanation of thla Mr Amea state 1 that Mr
Dawea took the lion I an 1 pal Ihe difference lie
tween the no per rent tirvlden I and lu value
TUB COLFAX KNTBV
W Itneaa Ihen turned to the date of Thunder,
March tt, lw, and read aafillowa Kecelvrdof
Ht hujler Colfax check f r I alance, 1.VM Tt 1 he
next entry was check on Hergeaut at Anna f 1
II tisi, glten to Mr Colfax, tut the dale no
given Then the following: Colfax, tot shares
mill mot liter cost t,oti- I months and in day
Interest, W U Total, fi,iRU.;s jsa m wr
1 ent lion la at , tl Mi Pal 1 Man h t-vu TV
snuor p aiotk Kuudcreillt mobiiler altMk
w ItneM I rtalme I an Original Blateinent show
ln un ' amonni-due on iblrly aharo,
IIRnir On It I UI he t (Stilled thai either II or B
S VX'VlT,!,'"',
'"' . '"' 7,""1;' f hi-M.'.".'" ' . .'
Jm Llllil wllK.
,, 7"?fleni'7f4w !t" " ' ''.1' I1.1
ntrv onthiaorany iHWik In
it a i naie
lei ua ae It
Mr Atnes. I et ua set Ihrnnvh thla 1m. k llral
Ju Ige I ulan I No, we must see the eutrr
Mr Amea prodm n the Imk k, an I tea I as f I
Iowa i
"Frllay, January l-Wiftpall H I nlfax
4nTafurinterelou1,oi)UrertirtatQal V It 1( "
Witness teaimcd that the certlritatea alluletl
lo were dlvl leu la on i relit ru iblller siock, au I
the money waa al I here In W ahlngtnn
Q Have yon lieen alle to On) any reiehta
ruM by Mr Colfax? A I have not foun I any
d t . I ut have searched rarefullv
I The wltneaa then rea I anentrv from the lale
I . :....- V,V.V.- ."".'.'. "17? ?J'.?lwt
1 ui .wuaij a tow, anuniitK mat III" rr-ici
If w &o in money an I coupons of ( edar Hat 1 la
t railroad honda lobe Invested in ere lit mot lller
?n ff- W MijRlm. I.
1 no,, o w. Boollell certfBcate No w, for ten
1 marea of ere IU mol lller atm k bought 1 r hia
anounl rotruiry e. lwa-Ileache I Washluii
I ?k ",lu.J ,Vf 1 " ! Iiri: nBJ-.?."?..
I . i i,, Z: . I ' incmii n ikuiii i uh
ri,'o,v r,aviSK!jin jaffl;
l l ...'!"' ore. i
Iho entrlea In their ruoi. and tentlile.l that h
I aid cat. h oftbeiii$.m haa no reference ou bis
memoran lum tiook in reference to Hiieaker
Elaine In aettllng with Mr 1 alnter gave him a
lawa, rcirivril
fom Mr Bart et ( for a Ledar
Itapllabondihal aeine) wit
. him a chTk
nun lf
Lo-n, and
0 Have you any more euiiie? A V.lr
I ni v ii uu a, inn a,
1 U Have vou anv mora
. ou telleve we have now seen all th en
! trkaou tbeUwk In refereuto lo any ol iti
I gentlemen? A e,sir
HvMr Nlblaiki Had not foun l rcinia rmm
any of these gsnitauen ol any linporunce, had
foun I one of Mr Allium without date, hla clerk
waa now making a further aearch wiull know
aorne lime Ihla week If he annul fln I anr The
receipt i y Mr Ainon waa aa ronowai iteceive i
of Oakea Amea len alurea atock of credit mo-
Sf' "'" ' W'ffZ'j'Z
In anawer lo question 1 1 Mr Hale, ronnael for
iir i-oirix, witnri teanneii mat ne irit tne
L"0!1!!1" SVtl111 il"'-"
1W waa bronghf to W ashlngton I y hla ann alne
an I taken I ark to Kaaton by Mr Kennedy
oabea ambb on tub btand
Mr Amea waa then pnt throngh a long an 1 se
vere rroaa-e lamination bv Jn Ige Hale aa to how
the conle were male, tut the witne testified
that they were not copies of original entries
bnt ma le np of variona entries
While the cross-ex ami nation wa In progress,
and aitr It had been kept np an boor or more.
Judge Polan 1 noil fled Mr Hale that the commit-
iw.aia.v IIV7I1T Hliei llir null 111! Illf UHDIiri
ice was inorougmy acquainted witn ail tneaa
matter, having hail It all In evidence, anl If
mere were any inconaiaiencies in Mr Amea'
statement, the committee foul I In Ire for Itself
Hethouffht thla all a waste of ilma ant rrnlna
virr -i nu mv ctnniniiirv airraoj na i
ip wiinea innner teaimeti tnai netiit not
remember inavma rot anr receint rrom air.
OoIfaJC amlBTe aal I an tn anv narann rmm
ben that he gave Mr Colfax ihe check for Sjdo
when he made hla statement In December, tothe
effect that he could not remember It he had pal 1
over to Mr Colfax anvdltlden I. ha hail not Men
the memorandum, anl bis memory was not re
O nid van mean then In 111 Ida tmlh itr a IU
A. Mr Amea, I won t anawer ihe question It is
an tmpu lent one
In explanation of hla former teatlmony, Ihe
witness l the desired then to make It as easy
iivcuiii i iur an inracmru, ann ne protmiuy
ha term) on their aide, but now they tome in
icir mi uiaac nim out a liar
After much bantering of worda between Mr
Clarke, a counsel for Mr Ames, anl Mr lisle,
rounael for Mr Colfax, Ju tge I olan I announced
mat unieaa tnia waa stonpen tne committee
woul 1 be compelled to dlsmls both of thenv r
there waa a areat cliaiietin foe nothino-
Mr Ames, (pointing to Mr Hale I hare been
thinking an ever since he began Langhter )
Itneaa waa poaltlre he either gave or a ho wed
to Mr Colfax a statement showing I alance due,
Ac, an I he ( olfax) gave a check for the balance
' It la not prohai le that he woul I hare given me
a check for Hi I unless he knew what It waa for
He la not ao green aa that " (Langhter 1 Mr
Colfax never notified witness that he wool I give
apthestocr At flrat wltncaa wanted to get all
these men off as easily a posslt le, and rather
stated their view i f the uw,nt relying on hla
own memory
HI Iney Dillon, a clerk hi the office of the
geani at Arms wa ret ailed, an I testified th
waa hia impression thai he paid the tl sou chc
marked H ( , lo Mr Oakea Ameai thoueht ii
pal I blm lu tno $ bill aul two fWtliii In
talking wilt) Mr Amea d iring the Ian thirty
hours, witness had ake I hlin It he dl I not pay
therheiktobim, anl Mr Ame said he thought
.ft u vab III ....' ll i..-a ....a tH.. -.- ... hi
tt Haarerr likely Witness rouMwt "Hear he
pa 1 1 in enrca in sir Ames.
At live oilort ihe tommltlee look a reoeaa
until aeven ocImx
Ftralug Hcanlau.
The rotuiuitla rrasemt le I at t oV lot k, an I
kg raBsiPRVT roi rax
rea I ihe foil . ing letter from a gentleman wh m
he declare I to le the beit parliament Brian lu ihe
1 tilted Htalra
lira Orrxcr i
liiifar of nriRrHrtTri(Enr t' K,
Dbarhir Atvonr reoueat I have examine,!
rrocre I nga of ihe House of Itrpreaentativi for
he aeialon of (ongresa commencing Deceniher,
101, ail en ting July, tww, as reported lathe
(VftjireMinii f;ue
I faareexamlnod all Tour rnllnra as Roesker
on every proposition made during the entire
raaiuu uy uuu iv. it, anuorne an I lion I .
Washburn 1b relation In the I nlon Pacific rail
roa I, ail find no ruling male by you that waa
not, In my Jn tgment, tommanteil anl Justified
by parllimentarv law,
.' ...n,.,ii- Iahu ii n.n..u
Journal t lerk Ilouae of Itepreaentatlvea
Mr (olfax then allreasril the commltfea
f illowsi
MR rot fax APnniouKjUTiiRrOMiimxa
(lentlemem IasI fall I waa one of a nnmber o.
tieraona In pui lie life charged with having t
triiied by gift of atock In the rredtt mob fj
from which enormous dlvl len la had lcn r 3
reived, anl for which certain leglaiatloa tt I
oeeii exaciciu 1 rrpnni to ineae rnargea m a
speech at Honth Den I In I .Heptember gis t,
Irr which, after showing that the most Important
of ihla legislation hs 1 been enscted four years
before the alleged I rltvery, I repon led to the
Kraonal atuck a follows, which I now real
im the Chicago ner rvit of the next tlayt
' Never having ha I in mv life a dollar of stock
of any kin I that 1 dl I nit pay for, I claim the
right to purchaie atock In Ihe credit mohiuer, or
credit Immol lller, If there la one Vr dot
know of any lawa j rohlt.lt ing ll
Do I nrel to a 1 1 that neither Oakcs Amea nor
any other person ever gave or offered to give me
one share or twenty shares, or two huntred
shares tn the credit mobiiler, or any other ra.ll
rt a I atock an I that unfortunately I have never
seen or received metallic of a farthing out of
the t Operieqt dlvl leu I norlbe fJ per cent,
dlvl len 1 lu cash, atock or bond yon have rea 1
aliout for the past month, nor ton per teut nor
-." ...v - . ...
" lemnai mob wrimi
I have sail that If
twenty share of It ronl I be purrhaaed at par,
wiinuui uujiuk niu m roniciino lansuu, u
woul I bo a good lot estinrnl, If a valuable a stw k
a reprtsente 1 Hut never having been plaintiff
or dpfeulant In a court of Juatloe I want no
atixkat any prkewith aliwuait onthetopof It,"
It will ie seen from these extract that I I ub-
llcly
CLlIHIPIiUrr FALL TUB 1UUUT TO riKCUASB
the bum k. and avowel f raukly that I woul I have
'wen willing to pav par f ir twenty ahare If 1 dl I
nut buy luto a prusneetlve law tit, but that no
DOanlble Droflt CUUl 1 IndUCB me tO InVolva IttV
self In lltlgAtlon Having over four yesra before
thla speech voluntarily ai an loned a contract to
purchase at the rale I ha I stile I, and on the
very groun la I ha I stated, an I having no certifl
flcate or ownership of st m k In it, my answer to
the charges Ihen ma le la the exact truth An I
thua I raukly accet. ed also, whatever odium
there might attach to willingues to purchase
an 1 to hoi I the atuck, as I then un leratood It 1
will at I that what I thu aall last Heptember,
that Oakea Ames, nor any other person, ever
gaveoroffrredtogiremoany of thistmk,nhaa
been repeatedly prlnteil during thl sesslnu with
Ihe Important word "pin" omitted, entirely
changing Ita sense
Mr Ame having sworn I) h ember II In hU
original statement iwfore the committee, which
he di dared (Hee page II of the evMencej m
iNMlled the exit t facta that he coul I not remeni-i-er
having pal I me any dlvl ten la, now dec la rea
that In June, M. a rhet k pa tal le lo the Initials
H. ( t r bearer" for twelve bun Ired d illars, l ut
nt t lu I irsed I y me nor anv one else, w a 1 si I
I y him tome a a cult tlivlleul of the ere lit
HlOl lller
anawer to thl t harge I rej eat again that I
hSVB not the
sLioirrrsT xiowrKPiiE, bbcoubttiom orbeiibf,
that lever saw this check or anv other check of
Mr Amea till hepresentel it before thl com
minor nor that
haveeter been nil I nr nrof
icii-H j nun. uirrtiij nr ininrriiT, in lurrr,
stock or turn la, twelve h in Ire I dollars or one
ierni i y mm. uirecuy or iniireriir, in cueci,
nun irott tiouara, oronetiouar or ruv at count
whatever I further state that I havo not the
slightest know ledge, rrcollet Hon or t chef, that
I ever heard there wat, or coul I be, any cash
tllvl Ion I on the ere lit m d lller till the distun
al n of last fall, an 1 1 am a ittwltlve aa I t an I e
of any fact In the jut!, that Mr Amea never
apt Veto me uf thla last dh I len I an I neterpall
or iniurrrti io tne in craon or inruugu any
other channel, any rherk or mmey or bonU on
that nr anv other account
41 seem to lie lmnoaiibic an I IncredK le 1 1
nhnnl I hare received the rhet k without ri -t-ertng
that altltlon to mv Imome, an I
tlally Inarhetktlrawn aoalugtilarly loluit ,!
an I not containing my name at all V r coul 1 1
have talked to lum when be falle I a I di ',
about letting Ihet-vuigiahlth I ha I pal I him
nn the d I leu 1 aim k, II he hs I pul I me an over-,
I lua of t no
tmiiHtatl that III) io-Uv I lisveneterhcarl
of the tertllUale for f I fwNi uf I nion raclUo
Ion is ton Interest on which Mr Amcsauja be
j ai I me In January, 19. an I I woul I not hare
Leen more astonn lotl innate lernthirgetl ly
hlui with ihe ansaaal nation 1 1 tne f hH own
famllvthan I hive t men Irhlathargra he
I all me either tl tw or wo on any atvoun w at
ever on the stock that I hi I ei.aii tone I
I will ad I that f r over four year I have
RSIKB". IM MY lAMIIYOr'THMTRANilAlTIOI
rxa tly a I dest rlned It In my testimony of Jan
nary T, nitnely, that I hal mntracte I lo ur
i base, ha I pal I about Phni, ha I heard of th eat
rned an I acrimonious litigation amongst Ha
I rlncli al atot khol ler. an I ha t therefore, at an
d imd it without retelvlng any tllvl leu I or err
llllcate, tut at a loss of ihe money I hall all
upon It Ami of the fat t of these ct nveraatloii
1 will pr Mi( e et I lepi e, come now lo the
kANk tiKiHitrr
or l 8 si in I UU from June Si. ImI-1. au I the com
miiteewlll rrmrmler that I really lntite.lt i
examination of mv lianking a vomit t v stsilng
lo them, unaskeil lhat I kej t mv accounia at the
lrt Natlonat Hank, where ail my checkade
p Mite I moiiII lie foun I In inrae I by me, whether
pAtaMe io onler or Iwarer Difficult aa ll la lo
1 he total Upoit waa tl BGS fll. an I there bs
no i ret lows k posit later than the 1st or Jun? ll
noiretlOUS upos II later I IBI I ie INI 01 JUQ1 11
i a isE'jssssgsjA
w ait for the most of it nil the summer, w hen he
exi ected to ho I elter at le to pay me
After my nomination In May, lJM, 1 tulnum
bcricM B peala tor contribution for political ex
puise. proceaatona, tian la. charity, rtllgMsgl I.
10 .BuulbadDromlatMllatoniribulsasi rutnt tlr
and largely as posalhie to the legitimate expense
ot the ranvast iq tpy own aliarplr routeste I
man m inuian i mere tire askei jur siat
l ictva to nav me hla lu let le Inea a ant n aa be
i oiiiil raise tt to assist m in meeting those de
man Is Iml lent to my new position During the
mouijt oi dune, low, anu, as ncany aa j can. na
iirma tiriHiniii; i juv tump, ill tor (13 dj,
int i iiiuc la. bikiioi it i". ntmiuur, aiutv
the time, aliout the middle of the month, he pal I
me U" in I ills, n account an I early the next
month he pal I tne another Installment, romplet
., .hi- rriiinr OTmll lf-Mr 1 IfllKITP Ml
Jo irned. tale in lulr I am rerv rnnti lent that
Ihla I jou forme I pari of thla l uo dejoair, lielne
i ineMepiMii
montn of June, and very aoon after Ihe payment
I "Mr Matthews, I waa opening my letter mail
at the breakfast tahie, in accontance with my
Kauai custom, an I foun I an enreiote within ao
envelope postmarked New aork On opening
111 a l.h.I BnaalnMa t .. I I. -.-..I a ' . ...
... ihiici i.i:iuiv i iiruil I It IIIIIUIIIPI B leiltr
Written bv (leorire K Neahltt. cnnrrstnlatlna- m
H.-. .Il.,l- ... ,. ' """-I." ...""
iiiuniivnuaii; mi warnuy ou my nomination
for the Ice Pre! lane, an I aalna ih.t ttia
writer desired to aenl me confl lentially the re-
imiiauin iiitiunrii, iu aii me in mt neavy e
penaeaof the canvass, t ut wlahe 1 it kent a.
cret, aa neither hi family nor any one else woul I
ever know of It unless I lot them Inclose in
i m irurr wa a xreenoick nr national bank
BILL OF Oil TTIOVSAMP POUjOUI.
It was as gratifying ai it waa liberal, and holding
up the letter an I the I III I asked the attention o?
all mv family to It, and than read thrm the
letter.
The fact of Bending ao Urge b bill by mall waa
commented on, and the matnltnda vf the gift
was discussed when Mr, Msttoewe remarked
that tt came In good time, either he or I than
referring apecialiy tothe appeal of Mr Conner,
cnalrmau of the Indiana Kepnulkan committee,
for money to aid In arranging for tile ranvasa
aires ly in active progress there The bill waa
then i eased aronn I from hand to hand and ex
amined I am ante 1 deposited It with the tino t
ha I received from Mr Matthews, an I purchasing
on the aame day, aa the bank booke ahow. a
draft for Ibe exact amount of this remittance,
and in exact accordance with the donorl wlah,
an 1 exactly aa dlscnsed al my table at the time,
an I sent It at once tothe chairman of the lie
oubllian committee at In liana onlia
l-urtunalely, thl doea not rest on my own tes-
ItTiin wtntcssK
will tell ihe committee that they renerrfher the
n no, vi mi uui Hn i mr conieni or tne letter
In which It was Inclosed, an 1 that It was at once
dlfussed how It conld t e used to carry out Mr,
Nesi lit a desire, an I the draft presented an I
aworn lo by the cashier of tie bank proves that
the very day I deposited tl too in bill I lionght
an I remitted out or my deposit a draft for H.ooo
to Ihe chairman of th In liana Mitt Mmnniu
That draft, In lorsed ly Mr Conner, waa fount
In the I ank here an I lal I before your committee
the next day after the I ank deposit waa testified
to, my rouimel ai the time promising to connect
Itwithmycvllence
My family at the time consisted of mv mother,
almedeceased mr step-father, Mr Matthews,
anl my half sister, Mrs. Hollisler, whose res?
dence (a In a distant Territory teyon 1 the Itockv
mountain ' J
I sail it wn imunate there were living wll
nesaea tOlhla beal leamTaelf. foe on aninmnai.
ffXtintnationof the coounu an I pipers of Mr
1 aal III. Ml U Kv IllA mmmtm . H .......
N est III. male bv hla executor i mtrinaan
Mr NeaUtt having I 0 the next year) no trace
of it la there foun I Ho ha 1 carried out rxartir
what h wrote, that It wa intenledto terond
dentlal,
rxKiowM tret to hi family,
ami If It wa rercalel it woul I have to lie br me.
I he evidently sent It In a l lit in mnr mni.
loacconillsh the object During ihe last eight
or trn yesra the acrnmulatlon of ray letters haa
lieen so exirsonimary that ll has been ray rrgu-
lar habit to ilestrov fnllv nln tenthanf (ham
Those that are not destroyed are not tiled, I ut
ke,u In their envelopes until they rrowt mr
drawer an I tal tea, and are Ihen tied up, but not
chronologically lo be stowed away wherever
room for theni ran be found.
Inleed Mr Channcey, one of the House em
nloyeea, after I hail left that wing of the lapliol
for ihe Henate wing. In 1M, happened to find a
box full of oil letters thai tied up, the loeeof
ntni.it i in i ruiiiri; wTrnuuaeti i nave gone
three times over all the letters I bare preserved
anl have not foun I this letter or any political
letters for June, ism The acknowledgment of
ihla draft of ti ooo sent to Indiana cannot be
fount, though fortnnaiely the bank waa at le to
find the drait Itself 1 he letters accompanying
the three checks deposited on tie tt.) of June
hare also I ein destroyed, so that I am
IMABIRTOrRODlTR
either of ihe Ore letters relating to the iransar.
tlonaof lhAt day I remember distinctly that
after my nomination my mall in reased enor
mously, amounting to fifty If not sometime one
hundred lellera nerriav. in! their Munati.n
seeme.1 so Impossible that I remember, aa other
do, more than once almost ailing; a wsste-baAet
nun me irairiiirnisoi iiesiroyeu letters.
Hut aa 1 have aal t, best lea the draft, which
lestlflearir Itself, there are living witnesses here
to prove lhat I received at that time thla 1 1 ooo
bill, one ot mem having ma le a ihrre-thonaan I
mile ml (winter Journey alone to tell thla com
mittee her recollection of it W hen my I ank
account was eismined here the csshler was
asked what the Hmt footing meant, and he
replied to ihe iiiqnlry that It wa.- the amount of
the del Ita anl credits when th account were
nnally balanced It waa telegraphed tothe New
1 ork 7nbnn that Dlght that the but showed
I deposited t4A,wM in tine yean ab I the infer
ence, of course, was that 1 coul I therefore rallv
hare f .rgollen the tt, In question Aa my
general arcounta have thua
BEEN MADK A qriWTIOM OF niNTMION,
and as I have no secrets In regard to them, I feel
It my right now to correct thla misstatement
Thta total was for three years, not one year, via
Kr iu December, li to lx tuber, 1M4, Inclusive,
an I embrace I liesidca other cosh account the
t hangea ma le In my Investments, the avail of a
laborious life, an I which changea were nullity
on the alvbeof valued friends In New '.ork.
Baltimore and the W est
Od the del tor al le are purchasea of 15,000
of seven thirties of ibe bank between December,
IHQn, an I April, ISM, mainly from the receipt
. iwiuiiu uub auirn ui ino it lurx
IWonne atotk at H0uO In Januarv. ititT. a
present of tl OQQ in the early part of the aame
year lo my mother, then the nee I of my fAinilyt
an investment of i.ooo In an Iron company of
Lake Hnperlor, an Investment of H tm in bon I
or the I ennsvlvanla Hteel Company a house an I
iotlnHouih Henl, near the post oriHe, which I
am gla I to state Is worth now nearly double the
t,w 1 1 si I fur It! R loan of ttM to Mr Mat
thews, as stated an Investment of 1 ou) in a
cHirrn runing iihil an I a payment ul tt,7M to
ItlCketsen Iturrouirn for tnonev ImrrnwMl of
him
This amounts to 130 nno out of th fort At
Ihousan I dollar transaction of those three yesra
The deposits on the credit site, that enabled
me to pay theae amounts, were as follows
During tbeae years 1 waa let Hiring on my stage.
coach rile or isc serosa the continent, tluriiig
November, the hull lay roofs. Haturdaya In the
early I art of the acaalon, an I during the aprlng
when longresa a IJourne I In Man.li, receiving
Sinn to IMi per let tore I receive.! In all over
Unon from thU source, of which I estimate
at out IIiHhkj was depdsiiel here I aol I the
IVou seven thirties end also aol I the 7Vi6ue
share at $1,100. an I Mr Matthew a rrlurneil me
the ttvt he owe.1 me
Heal lea these item, I sol I sixty two shares of
A lama exprrsa at aetenty two an I a quarter,
an 1 tonn in secon 1 mortgage bon 1 of Alton an I
Terre Haute railroad for $4 no, making about
f Jl ooti in all w hlcn offsets the lit),""" of invest
menla chargdl against them of course the
committee tin lerntunl that In bank irennnli
wnrre mange oi inveatmenta are mate the
aame money often flgurea three oritur tlmea
uir i una i (irpoaiieii mv texturing money,
troughtsetru thirties sol I them at an ailrance,
an I used Ihe nroceel for another inrMim-m'
I iiought a Tnhu if sin re mainly out or similar
ret el) is, so 1 It at an alvance, anl again In
vested the proceed. large part of the money
1 drew from the Hern-cant at Arm for mv aalarv
waadeptMltel in theUnk aal all my house
keeping expenses there It has taken all mr dlvk
urn in, i-rm it nij aaiary,
TO PAV MT tiriklM
for the lat half a dozen years, an I hence my
w lllinirnraa to follow the counsel or lienor nnan
clera than myself lo investments ani changea of
iiivcaiiuruin
In ansa er in uiichII in nf Jn iff PUn i ic
Ctlfax teatlUeil that he thought he recrhe.1 the
1 ooo the dar after he ret rive I tne money
ii. iii mr niaiiiirw- n neu willies 101 I sir
Ames lhat he (i olfix) muMt le nut of It Mr
Amea jut hla hin I in hla pokei,tok out a
small ri iu an I oilerlng ll to witness ssl L ion
si ler I hat e l night It I ack " W Ine slw ava ha I
a great repugnan e io law suits, an I drew out or
Ihe ere III mol liter f r lhat reason W onl I hare
len glad to get out of the credit mol liter at a
i ml of twheihe aunt he i a) I Ames Itetelvel
Ihetl nisi fn in Mr Nrsldtt about Ihe ml I He of
the month aucxeeding the nomination II he
had received ihetl from New ork. an I the
1,N from Mr Amea also, would have deposited
Imih of I hem
11 W MATTHEW',
aworut W lines teetuied that newa Ihe aleiv.
father ot Mr Colfax an Iresi ttslwilh Mr (MUX
lii1MIanllMH,anllmirnwel the money from
him m urn aa route 1 1 y Mr ( olfax 1 al I blm
ti atioui the loth of June, and another hnn Ire 1
about Iho 1st of July ft Mowing the t alance waa
I al I at It e adj uirnment of Congress W lines
uiiuHirtini in icainii ny oi t ice I'resi lent
olfax In referem e lo the receipt of 11 immi from
Mr Nesilll At the l reakfast laileMr (olfax
hel I up ihe letter with ihe tl ooo, an 1 aal I, ' I
Ihousan 1 dollar from a gentleman almost a
stranger lo me Ills mother sail Heal the
run. mnujicr 11 waiaannr. letter, an I r m
gratuli
roilax
the am
raiuiatory in its tone The writer 1egge I Mr
ia iu miTi i ma lurtusiHi wiinoui usming
mount itnesa Ihoimht th letter waa r.
ceivetl abi ut three daya After he pal 1 Mr olfax
theti-Mi aol when Sir Amea falls I, ihe matter
was the aul Ject of conversation
Mrs Mail news anl Mr Ames I elng great
frknla uiin-li avmoathy was expressct for Mr
Ames by Mrs Mail hew and Mr Collax aall
' Net er mini mother Mr Atiteaowcamo a little
an 1 1 will net er ask him for It uatll he Is ai le to
ley me He mentioned the amount at tsl. hut
tli I not aay w hat It was for
Mrs CAtTi-j.iHHurauuTrii
.anrn llffi,SSS"uii! 'a ,. half .U
Ion in ihi rememtiere that Mr Colfax receive I
a i,o"p 1 in n nua ai tne urea trait tai 1 in June,
IMK It waa inclose) in a Inter congratulating
him on hi nomination ihe letter tamo from
Mr Neablll
Julge Hale aall Mr Neal Itt ttfts a wealthy
stationer an I paj cr manufacturer of New orC,
and he coul I offer etldenee to that eOect lie
wonld also state that Mm Colfax ha nreaeul,
anl couifl, testify as to the (1, 000, ahe hat lug
been Informed about oq the tulra lo trip in
tbeaummerot 140
Judge Poland aald Iho committee did not do
lire tu bear further testimony un that aubjet 1
recalled I lad no knowledge of any money being
1 all to all In the rleulon cf Henator t arneuter
(leueralliuturrecommendetlthatMr ( arsr-nter
tMemi toyed as counsel for ihe mad ahum ihe
time that Mr (arcetltCf vu can lldale for the
Hfnate Witness wont I not agree lo employ
Mr arpenter, as they dl I not want any counsel,
rnijr.lrpTn."'rwM not emplorett HM no
knowledge of Mr Alley or anv other director
taking sucn action Witness never made any
urn n.Vi;:rv -VJ"."'" iT'n-i"p,nys
nntOn Or an Of her tnamhavn Ik. ttnn.. tt. I
,nAM,,,leo' "r"!! being made to
ihetenirallaciaoroaltoretain Mr Carpenter.
S.. " 'I" "" "' '0rMilon wllh Mr
i? '..' ."! "' """rMllon la rrlillon to
n t,IrP', bl'nir rmploynl u coudmIT A.
n.!i,.l , ""." n rrniTrmtloo wim (Ira
.,i'.r '".''"IF' '." lh" " A Mm
Mlllon ni j iH..n mm (or mr 1 nlon Parlor mil
to rruln Mr rarprnlrr a, roiinwl
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i?! . ..'..' rPc"'" rrtaliiM a. ronn.rl
OMrcll tn II Witn... .11 ..... .. ...'
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Jndee IVllsn llnnnnn.! tk ia. ... ..
Of Wltneasea wa nn mnfiin.11 ... -
KiSfioWaVr, ;ro"rej -f
Th mmmltlu than at .m .. . aa
sarsss smsss atarw
Af.a,.;--..Tr-"J:'T,- ..
p.m1-. ? HjuuruHien. oi me committee v ice
from hla marrtett alatcr In Iowa
.w. . MiLtoyio Iowa Feb Il.iri
Mother wrote m m miinn,n... .1 ll.i
inrraoal.l.. - aa. -.."... ' ,rm vt
Inn walV.!" "l".'1.1"11" "IlOWlng hOW mOCh
I 1 ? " prerl,f ' warchmg for letter win
wn I It If f own I Marti (owier.
mlttee " W,U flIfd w,,h tto eom"
SOCIETY INTELUQENCE.
Mre P.ieaker Dlalne will not receive to-dar
Mrs Lathrop wa In llspose I yeater lay an 1 did
noi rrt eiyr
Mrs Melga an I her daughter hel I a large re
ception yesterday.
Hon Horatio King an 1 family are entertaining
Miss Nichols, of Maine
Mrs JnlgeWylle yesterday fulfilled a am lal
engagement an I di I not receive
Mr A tmlrel rutilgren waal-.ted at her re
ception yesterday by her annt
Oeneral an I Mrs Vincent a reception wa very
pleasant an 1 largely attended
Mrs and Vis Hllsa reception wa, a usual,
atten led by the leader of society
UeneraianlMra io Pouter gla I lend many
of their friends with call yesterday
Mr. I D WeUterand MiaaTrnmbull receive 1
many callers at their reception yrstenlay.
Ihe family of Judge Fisher entertained a large
nnmtier of callers at their reception yesterday
Mrs A Imlrel rtadfor 1 held a pleawnt recep
Honyesterday it herreai lence la fleorgetown
Mrs, fleorgle Boo I well will receive at Rerretary
nontwrll s rest lence, No sit Twelfth at reel, to
day Mrs. Oeneral lleiniaelman wMasatatrt at her
reception t.y her pleasant daughter, Miss Mary
Itelntieiman
Mrs Creawell anl her aiater. Mis Kclntlre,
receive ratters at their reaUlence, No. m I
afreet, to-tlay
Mr an 1 Mrs. Charlea Astor Baited held a card
reef ption yeaterday, wkkh wa atten led I y the
Wrv of the capital.
Mrs McCoy, assist nl by her daughter, Mlu
May, an 1 her guests, entertalnfrl a large number
of frlenlayestenlay.
The reception of the Misses Pone wta on or
the largest of the day, ami Ihe yonng la lie were
in inrir nsppieat mooda.
Mrs, llallett kllhonrna reception yestenlay
waa very pleasant anl largely alien led. Mre.
kitboura receive.! alone.
Mr J P,tieck an I hrr daughter, Mlaa fleck,
were fat ore 1 with an unusually tsrae mimbr of
calls at their weekly reception
Mrs, Ttithbone was at home to a tanr -nmia.r
of cailen yesterday, alt of whom were enter-
isineu in tne pleasant est manner
Mrs. Ju ige Board man Smith an I her agree at le
daughter were, aa usual, happy In the enter
tainment of their callers y est e May.
Mra,adworth wa unassisted at her Tues
day reception, but quite equal to the duly f -.
tertalnlng her large number of callers
Ma lame Itoullgney, the distinguished author
eaaanl favorite society lady, wa among those
we met paying thelrioclsl debta yeaterday,
Mrs (lovernor Cooke a reception was largely
atten ted yesterday, an I rlallora were agreeably
rntertalne 1 1 y the amiable hostesa anl her as
Blatant Mrs RtKretary Robeson receives to-dav. at No
IS3I K street, from lo 0 clock. Mrs ltobeaon
a very entertaining lady, and a great favorite
tn Washington society.
Mri ex-Senator Howell was called npon by
nearly all the leaders of aoclety yeaterday Mra
Howell we found to be a lady ot unaffected man
ners an I pleasing a Ureas.
Mrs. Austin P. Drown will hare dancing from
S until o m o clock, at her reception at her real
dence, No 111 Massachusetts avenue, to-mor
row, one wm ie esaieicti ny Mies Julia Drown
Mre Ju Ige Dryan received yeaterdar. much to
the delight of her many friends, who were dlaap-
i-umiri m not seeing ner a week since Mre
Dryan was aaalated, aa uiual. by her slater. Mlia
Page
Mra Julg) Enury weekly re?4a took
place at her roaidence. No 19201 etreet, to-day.
Mrs. lanbry la a favorite in W aahington society,
au I ber receptions are always very pleasant and
largely attended.
We were told yeaterday that one of our belles
wom 1 wear a toilMte an I Jewela at the approach
ing inauguration ban Ihe value of w blch woul 1 ex
reel one hunlrel anl flfly Ihousan I dollar
Whewl Who la ahe?
Mra Attorney Oeneral William' weekly re
ception lakea j lace at ber real lence, No, Hit I
street, to-lay Of course there will be a large
atten lance, fir there are few ladies so popular
n Washing ton society as the wife of the Attor
ney (lenrrat
Mrs Bcnitor Hjragne was tut making calls
yesterday Khe was attire I In a magnificent
carriage tostume, aul corllally welcomed
wherever eheappearrl Hhe wa accompanied
ly the beautiful anl ladylike MUs Atill, ttbo
was also tlchly an 1 becomingly attired.
Mra.D C, Ox reception was one or Ihe
largest we atten lei yesterday The pleasant
hostess was in a most extraordinary mood anl
ably assisted by Miss ( henoweth, who haa re
cently returned rrom a visit to New ork. Mra
(ox was attired in a very hantaom lavenler
atlk, trimmed with I lack velvet.
A rum! le, with a tiger, seem to 1 e the most
issnit uame vehicle for young ladles now a-day
Our bellea are getting I u Ir pen lent, anl with
three cheers an 1 a we mean a rum I le an 1 a
tiger ihey rl le up an I down ihe Avenue, and
make 1 all without the altanre nf those horrl 1
bore t alle I lord of reel tort "
Mr Hutchinson an 1 her slsler, Mis AM mil,
were Ihe recipients of a large numiier or call at
Ihelr weekly reception yesterday The hoates
lea very agreeable bvlr, anl her home I proba
I ly the most exteuaive and elegant In W ashing
tin. Boil. is Ueui were hanlaotn ly attirtsLanl
meivMralieratqarery cordis! manner
Thegallertt of the House will probably pre
sent a brilliant appearance on the otcaaiouof
the counting tf the electoral votea to-Uy,
Nearlr all ihe la Ilea we met yesterday expressed
an Intention of paying ihe House a visit to wit
ness the Important event Those who would ob
tain seata ahoiil go carly.as there will tie but
few reserve I ror ladies 4
The Presllent a levee lh,ls evening wilt un
dmbtedly nt lie forgotten I y the mass of our
rmzcnswno always lake iieavirein Improving
oi hun iml of teautiful women anl their gal
lent em orta "
The ileasant weather iirought out nwlyell
our aociety lealera yeatertlay, w mr conae
quence the receptions were very lively Lent,
howeter, la being anxiously looke I torn anl to,
tor the Constant atraln nnniiihaaaa..i..nf .i.1
ladles during the gay seaaon la already causing
ITtem tn heroin iaiir,af .... .... a .."
i.. .alum vime a nuiuwr ot tne leas robust
T,,' MtJV'o'S.' 0r1t!l;ftSr.,,ViU,tf
ent s ruined (dlte a numiier of the leaa robust
The ball or senator anl Mrs Stewart, at Ma
soulc hall to-morrow etenlug, will probaHyiur
paaa In elegaiyc anj artclaj etent that has taken
Place thla autsoj. The cm nV la crtmt ot
Bhlugton rq lety onty have I eeo Invlteil an I
the oomiany will therefore be composed of the
moat unexceptionable poople in the caoltaL
The toilets exhibited will undoubtedly he ex
ceedingly elegant, nearly every one of our
society ladles bat log prepared a costume for the
espec'al occasion 1 tie room la to ba h-autifmi.
decorated, and all thai taste can Buggeat and
wealth proture will be brought Into reuulsiuon
to a 1 1 ttiat to the occasion We understand
that card qf invliAtlou will 1 e demanded from
' all who preaent themselves. In order that none
1 mar be ermine I in the room whose nrosence
haa not been solicited presence
CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE.
JOIIT ItOLUTIOfl OF THE COMMIIllf.
Mr UIIIIsm J, Martnak the lowest III J
ler-The (aareUaal Prlairr IH.
rected ta C anirart Willi Dim far the
HepnlR aad Pabllcsllon mr ihe Dc
hate In anrea far HU ear,
nealaalac March 4 1411 Nwrrlle
Hand aad Penaltlew
Mr Anthony, from ihe John (ommutreon
Pnbllc Trlntlng, nnlhe part of ihe Henate, pre
sented yesterday the following Joint resolution
aw anl Ing the contract for ihe rrport Ing an 1 pnit
tlcation of the Congressional del ate for the en
suing six years, beginning March 4,11-0, to Mr
Wn. J, Marietta, the I owest U l ler 1
JIjW fy CA tMl4 rw tlAuM tf frprtttnttC
((ref fnffrd Rtatr r Amtrlea, tn Conjrrst
asnaWeo', That the Joint Committee of Congress
on Public Printing I hereby ant honied to direct
the Congreaaionai printer .to contract, on behalf
of the I nlted Htatea of America, with W llllam J
Mortagb, of Washington, in the 1 Hat net of lo
tambia, for the reporting anl put 1i atlon of the
debates In Congreas, for the term of six year
from the fourth day of March, DO, on the 1 l
anl In accordance with ihe proposals mv
milled by him for sail reporting ant print
Ing 1 PrtirfAf, That Ihe reporters, as tro
rlded for the Renate, ahall le at all lime
aut Ject to the approal of the loint (om
mlttee on Put Ik Printing on the part ot the
Senate, anl the reporters so em.totedty the
Home of Itepreaentatlvea ahall lie at all times
auhject in the approval of the Jrlnt Comraifee
on rm lie Printing on the part of the House of
Itenresen tat Ives ifjiritri'fW, urtkn, that th.
aal 1 Mnrtagh ahall al the lime of executing aal. I
contract give honlNtnthelnlie.1 Htatea In ibe
penal sum of hundred ihousan I dollars
with sureties to be approve lly ihe Joint Cora
mitteeon Pul lie printing, con tltlonal for the
dne an 1 faithful performance of the atlpulatlon
or sail contract to 1 bv blm performed, a
pntIM, further, that t-efnrethe I nlted mate.
ahall be railed on to jay for any reporting or
pnt Ilea Hon of the delates the account thereof
ahall I e submlttel tothe Joint Committee on.
Public Printing, or to such other officer ot
officers or Congress as they may designate, an
on their or hla approbation thereof as being In all
respects according tn the inntract It shall lie
paid for from the Treasury of th I nlted States,
after hating passe I the proper accounting
officers thereof
net f That In rase the sail Mnrtagh ahont I
fail to execute the contract and give the bonis
mentlone I In the first section of this act within
len days after such contract shall l-epresentet
to him, or aball at any lime. In the Ju igmeni of
the Joint (ommltteeon Putiu Printing, rail In
Ihe due performance of the aame, the Joint
Committee on ruiue Printing shall te author
lied to bare the debates reported a thev shall
direct, and to have them prlnteil nnler tbedl
rection 01 ine congressional irlnterat theOor
eminent Printing Office
CAPITOL AND DEPARTMENTS.
AHaalherisClalai
The only case ifore ihe Southern ( la 1ms Com
mlaaionera yeaterday was that of W arren Hal) a
colored man, now living at M, Imls, for nearlt
ten thousand dollaraworth of litestKk laket n
11 anningiuii ruiiniy, jtilUMippi
IHrrrt Tax I be KeraaJcd.
The Waya anl Mean (ommlttee vestertat
Instrurte 1 Mr Kerr tn report a I 111 lo the House,
providing that the proceed of sales nnler dl
reel taxation In the Honth shall be refunJed af
tcrdedortlng the cost of sale anl the annum
of taxes. Tne total aumln iheTreasiiry belonx
Ing lo thl run 1 1 ihi.uoo
Hperle Payment
A careful canvass of both House ou the que
Hon of resumption Is aal 1 lo In licit e an impos-i
1 liny to paaa a specie payment bill ttthia sea
alon Each Housel earnestly in favor ot some
measure for this purpose, but their opinions re
garding ihe method to be pursued are so wl lelt
Ulffrrenl that they ran never agree
laoperilac the kite llaaar
A iub-coram!ttee of ihe senile anl Itausi
(ommltteea on Put He Dull lings anl OrounU
flatted the White House yesterday morning for
the purpose of Inapeitlng Ha con tit Ion It Is
nnlvratood that the aub-coramittee will make a
report lo the committee at large virtually In
dorslng General Dalxock a recoramen latlun re
garding ihe erection of a new edifice
NcwnaildiBgfarikellarraii af Lwgrnvlng
aad Prlailag
The Secretary of the Treasury, who rerom
men led the erection of a building to be devoted
exclusively to the burean of enj-arlng and
printing in hla laat annual report to Congress,
haa transmitted to that body the estimates re
quired for the erection of anch a 1 inning a
huu lretl thousan 1 tlolla
.. ! . aiav nuircnwiiiii artlllirtl BltC
uar are an
e aske 1 ror
Haul h era Claims ( aminlMlan
The House bill extendln the Bout hern ru ,
Commission, aa passed by the Senate, continues
the commission until January 1, is 0, but pro
Tides that no petition for the attiwanceor any
claim aball be received unless died with ihe com
mission on or before the sdday of next mom u
(March S, 1973.) The House 111! extenlelih.
commission four years, an I provl led that claims
uikii, o met. uDiu nexi net emoer
Aaather ltallread t.raai
It ha rccenti 1 een deTf lopo,i that IKu-e I ill
No iftiT, Henate file So Nr, which passed the
House laat sessiou an 1 bow pending in the Ren
;ijf "" ir ram 01 un 1 given the Stato
of MlnneiQafor the purpose of Imorovln th.
navigation of ihe Mississippi titer, but hlcn
had lapseil The State 0 itlnnesota gave It
preaent and prospective Interest m thla grant to
a corporation calleil the 'Miaalsalpid 1 in prove
ment anl Manufacturing ( ompiny," anl it I
propoeed to exchange the agrlcultnral lanU
worth IIMt ror pine an is worth l,tio,hMl intolv
Ing a nice Utile Job of M om ' '
latematlajial t adeof Mguala,
Mr Phan.tlj.ra l ill l.-i tt.n int.A. ...... . ..
-" '---"' a iHu lUtlutulVllUlt DI Iflt
International emit of signals Into thq merchant
iaa,iia KIIIIVV IUIirH Vt Cry YCB0 01 thO I nl
A I Dtata A k. k...l . a
' ."'TTr u UB "un,ru oi iwo nnn trM tone or
uTtrr auinB upou narigsi ie waters of ibe I nlted
Vl led With a rnnr nl lha luni n..i.n.a... .'.
flovernment containing the International code ot
xKiaia- uvn uai. H IlIB llSIf, BO I Ift lift eOtHnDCll
w7th the aigtui rug described therein PaT
SUCH VMUel foun I wllhn.ir ih. ...a a ".""
?,,".VnJ'o,.,,;J!:t"' " u"' " "'""
The (use r IJeutrnaat (ulaiiel t ll
Tampklaa.
nefore a general court martial w hit h int ene I
at Preacott, Aitinna Territory, Sepiemier?3
, , u, ,ii.ii.ui, Amu v uuiem was preal
dent, there waa arraigned an Uriel Lieutenant
Colonel (harles H Ttmnklna, deputy quarter
uwriaiuciii .mir, (Main annv, unler tho
VZlnlh"!te!t 'miNMEienient 1 1 the preju
die of iron. I np , anl in.iu... .... "., . 'u .
in violation l a rrrtain .T l 7 n iK' tZT.
prrrrnllon o( fraulanl ot "roiJISri u
coralnj aa om. rr an I a rnll.man.-v '
Ibltourt. alt.r h.arln.. Ih. ...u... . .
.cpnrlo.to!. that tn". 5lbS ,mb
BSHS'b1"""0' "' ,k","f" ine folio. Tni
.?l.r..M.I' 1".Pln . rpulj q i.rlrnna.trr
general. AO . to b aoaiuan.likl fmna rank . .a. .
perlotl otone year, irfeiiing ail pay fyr the.
aame perio.1. excep im ,ri..r lis momhu
IK tn41 to 'IT "rvtman le.1 in general orders
Tlie proceedings or the court have lieen promu,
gatettby the War Department lu general order.
No. a. In which the Kecreiary cMVar, after a
aharp cittlclamor the action of the lurt-mar
llal, ant a severe reproof to Lieut (ol Tomn,
kins, approves ihe sentence
lafaratailaa far 1 hi mi U ran la.
The following la an extract from a letter re.
(Jllvail k Mnn r.lvi.l l. ...
"-- -J --v uunatai auiiuBl cmf,- (,- (
Bureau or Statistics, aflnoaledgina the receint
or rana hnn Ira I r-nni n, hi. .
!?.?"!?"'' ra-WM.'JSS ?
... ... n.i.ci..j. -4 nu e ooi . nit n
nc.ip.Drr. ana llhrarlu tojetner .ritii nrWmi
nl trntltmra anl Mot iVpi to caih. ?e
rrrlnvuun. f..rt rn.... .... .' l.l VT1-11. TV
fSSS.. k... "'." tocl.el Irttrra of
a8,Cninmlj.ron,rof lalnatlon. lUitUAurV
rtbVniWr?" "was. '
i.v'.A.alI'm"cJ"l an eiulgraUiMi oUttr
of London, wrltn a, follow, .w4,ij-
im wis iu wok, jou ncre nn kin. . ..
anHiitvuifj hid cnainnan aud tVlreclnra .v
klnJneu ' '"" '"") an t
...'.S.."..'"""'? Jou that ,aui t
...cuH.uu.ii.tm. in. nooaalntha mn.t .
wt ma; hi au, w oojlwi forwiM, tg joj,.

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