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WASHINGTON CITY, D. 0., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1873.
Fat are Dare.
1)V n. InWAUI- (O , Awcilanee
Nim WO ind 90S Pennsylvania avenue, corner of
unor and rrnrMrrunT jAt k of a ? Anon
Lorn, wiiiri- and t hm k iuttinon.
n,OS A UtLDIT OFTMllirr AND HIXT
tin 1 II
of tmr "paella aaleeroorna.wewlU sell, without re-
. I tree of Crossly and other make of Tai estry
and body Hruasul
TO t-leces or jnr j iy, tl murn
01 i-lom of Superfine and other Irutraln.
A line of Oil -cloths, Ruim, imrnb Cloth, ke , kt
t-Jisuma under a Waabi over thai smouutaerrdit
mil i triven ni inirty ana amy aya
! thirty an
I silly daft rot note aatla
i interest. And w would
(dm of bnytr loth above
if lb very beat diiim
rcsiwctfnlly rail th aitentl
pr-TItF AIUITF RAf K I roSTPOXEDTNTIL
FltlDAk MollNINU.ael.rT.aryl.. wuf hour and
Htw W, I. W AIL A; CO .
febM (fttirl Auctioneer
BYC1KI.I.N A WI.MAM, Aacllanerr,
no, itwi,innawricoi-nrr irnm ana nairee
TnrTrrs slr f vauumf rfal
lir miiinof" adeet iif
kiDViiilfjii fP ii
fir .i 1 nuir r in
r.f trim! diled March 9. A. fl
lTJ, and duly wcnrded In Liber No. "S foltoW, one
nf llii mil fw ill roe alitn--tAn mitnli-.I) I) . an.I
direction of lb party aea-nred thereby, I will Mil.
at pnbltA aort too, In f rnnl of the reeroWa.at A o'clock
Sin, on Ht.bNk.IAl.i:ie Ub darof bnirr,
I 111. all thai certain i-leca o; vrr of rnnind m
rate aod bcipir In tha clir of aalilpioo,in Ibe
hMrklof Cotumtila, tnd knn anddlattmrnlidiad
il i a
niBTirii inn iFirrru it, u ti' mv nniin
i aubdUlBlon of Irrta me hnnlnnl amt eVbl.
raarketiaDdlelternl B,"ln HUm to liram
ilifVlaadofiabiindred ami nine, (loa,)nf ItbnraaiMl
llanta aitUtlvMon of atiare ntirnttcrad two ban
mil auiraiTiaion 01 ina imr minimi nt rarni,
an i eioi, ikvi aa recorui in ine omrt oi me
1 1 cr
iwriTit fntnt'iVi wiin iinrmi limn Mr " iur.wi
rurfxt bv a lined of Inwlon tba pntperir aold. trne
buu IrM d!Ur down ahraih iroperlr t atrwh
off AH cmivpranrltur l imrvhafr'a t If the
tprma of uli are nol rami piled nh within Are daj a
Ironidevnf Bate to trutrerearve the rbrbt tort
acll the Drotrtr at the rik and en-t of the default
lit iTvhawr. hr trMrur tnrce dara nottfe In aonie
nrwiwirr pnutiMn"i in
IJVIJKFFN A. U I M.I Al Anetloneera f
aj iwi. uonnwm corner oi truinanti itureeu.
IKTY lUOKTIX (l
MAliKKT UVAL AT
trnnvrn liiTafNtan ntnp
ii t - j ti niiirt i i
HTHFkl Nimill SI)'
"u" " ' "
liAiiir t mrmrt t niiii'.i i
dkVui... . k-r in tiiii ".
I in 11()ilUl.lhn Hid lar of Mnirr. A. n
Iira.aiao'ci'Vk . to , wnatiallafllon tb premlapa.
etiurrartof loiaaanl ll.tDiatre No. 4B. having
Wfcetlront bIOitfept de.tpinipr)rMl brathre
ainrr iTwied brick front butMltur with a line bnee
MMiV ii I nviinlnl hr M HllrtMPir an I kill tin
flhedrrjcnfidaatoraof i C. Wlnewcll fcCo.. and
make it flrat-claaa buMliicaa proper! f, to which
ak IK Alltillnn nf panllflHala
nir in -i animal mill tn iiui nrnumir. wn
i iiani tx tn itrpuMW, wnxa
(in fonrtu rah; twlince In li, twelve,
ilsvn Iwnlr I tnr Ihlrtr an I thlrlr-an lnmilhu. I
bf aieeioiiniMiiiQinettreruMciiaoid. Aiientivcr
ofaaie on ELM WILLI AW h. The quick and practiced eye of the reporter'
JebwJ Hiarl Auctionera. gallery flnl illacovered Mi prrsenre, and In-
BY flltlCKN Uir.MilIM,Aweitaaeerf i atantly the attention of everyone In the (ham
Mo. 11 nortliweal corner Tenth and U ttreeto hr wll att -ft-teil toward him. Tae arreenll
TnpsTrrn haie of a heat Two-HTpnr ,roal 6t xu ''" lnner ,lo" na re
yftistfc jioOrtK. No. au i HTliEET BOUTU ' moved, and Mr, French, accompanied by Poor
trtIof.VNoftro.ttorne, dated Jan. I kPr Baeaett, With hlaahlQing bald head and
M. fori, and dulr recorded In Liber No. mi, fniio i. ' long, flowing beard, white a virgin aoow, were
oneof tha land rocorda if VYaablnrMn, I 0. and ,,- afaml!n at th hrarl of tha main alala
It Ha rvineat of the i-artr acrnml tberebr, i will Mcn, iIinaiD " in "l?,01. "fl raim ,r,e
Mil atnnfilleanctlon. tii front irft ha prnnlac. to i awaiting recognition. Hehlnl them coald be
'? sjsra x&zM'i'intii&it '"'r" J,?". "n,;l 8'n",0" "m "r
tMnnded a fAiowai iinjrtuntair at tba uorthcait ' arm, waiting adinlulon. The regular proceed
fMt h Incb, thrnr uonh in fert 4 inobra to bTxin . pen led, when the fiergeant-at-Amn announced
nlnir, tiaretbf r with th mjt rovenirnta tbcrroii, m BENATV Of TUI rutTtD lTATl,,
JSSi'S&'Sii SSSI &"ij45'!,fV'.t ! mains tfP'alM tft, annonncracnl.
rn?ro7.TrUT;!.sr.s,r..r"" 1""''. "."'". "?" .""?!."
ir iruairt mrrrra inv rvni vt re, ,
attberi-kanJroat of tb default I
" ftnafyinnif winvrn Tnmu
JalLeo la OUEliN WlLLIAMH, A uct a.
fir- TltF A DOVF BALF id rOSTTOVED tTSTII.
11 If WAnyFn.Tniatce
fe7-eoda ORELN At WU lAMH.Aucta
IV U1I. I WAI.I. X' CO.. Auctioneer.
&a. ko aiui WT"nV)i"anTa a?uite, corner of
TRUSTFE'a HUT. OFATtTAnr.F IMinoVfD !
IlAwia WiWiSriijrja ;
w-,.. . i .1.. i.;..i Uw..i.i u..hin ,nnA r i
tri.aod dnlr rooordM la Libre No. KL folio
'-A4 t Ilia taint rdhth-l nf UAaKlnhrt in vtntif r.
D O., I will mU at imblle anctlon. on TIIUItdUAf.
IKaanhdtirnf Prltruarr. 1pIJl at 4 o'clock n. tn . In
front of tli trrnl. all tboae jiarcei of land all.
uata in tuvtiiyoi auiuiriou. u u
ml Luntrn aa Iota nntnttrml tilnrl
i U, and bclnirl
illmrt a recorded I
l hundred end '
ani ou bundrd.ili.) tn II. F. (lUbrr.
aaiMiltiaii'ii ui riniar uuuiuvrm u:
.iilr ftffIL itIA I
Tboloti hat each a front nf eUhteen fret on I
atreet. and each t Improved by a two-torjr and i
baartueul I rlrkTioiie,f"l
Trrmai aiou, with lute re, t ti
ten per centum per annum from
' nouar, HHinif mntt.
M. with iutrri.t tbcraon at the rate of
ten per centum per annum from October , ln, an I
halrof thaeii-ruaca of aalcabuneatb Wmim, and
th lialauce at ia raonih,wtih Intereal f mm th
ruara oi aai
,X ait roonihi
A den.Mii of
i of aale. ('oi
W I. UA1,
oi aaic a iwpmii oi iuu on eacn noua re-
nr jaiif-Miir ai in otwi ii
iL k CO., Auctlbnaera.
uai l niiMi ruaii-r
tiuthtfk's salf of atwo stout and iurf
.,. U virtu of adt-ipf lrut to J
i- i' uuma inM(-e, ii jiir tAii n
1 loahua Whit
1 Mj and roTMlf, dated October 1, 11. and Uulr
I ronnr 1-MlTn IJtwrrM. folia lL on nf II
reeonU of waabinrUm. D. C, and by direction
r imiiu uun bjo, iiniu iu, iu m ilia iiau
or taa panr innreiyr areurau. i wui wu at
irtr iharrbr ourMl. I wUl m11 at milJio
aartlnu. In rmnt of th in
pawssjRKt' jwsiyy ' VJK5
rMurded aabdivlakrtiof ih wrt half of a.inrf three
hnndrMandaUti nve, (SM.) tovathrr with I lie 1m I
proTrmriiutboreTm, ponatatiuar o(twiiorr and
iM-rmrni ii.li-. iiuunb 1 . . .1
kavalJ arm I annua Hi. If trmaoaalarnot rom
41d with witliln flviU)a after aale.tbe t ropertf
a be resold at the ruk and coal of th defaulting
a A 1am when (ha nrotirrtr Id at nir k
Jl. U. H All KB, HnMvtnir 1 nute.
UULKK k Vt lIXUMli, Aucta.
jteai riai iiroirr ana Anruoneer,
T Reteutbetr, between U and II
riarf .and at th direction of tba j-artr Iherebya.
cured w will offer for aal la front of the prmnlae.
at public auctkin, on W fcUNtdUA V, lb alb day of
bniarr.liri at 4 o'clock . in , la th hUfUt bid
fera.lhceaBtbalf cf atiuar WA, beluaT orbrlnal lota
,1. 3,4,t&.M,.7, yy au.ll, M. S3, Jl and 86, In
aid Miliar, toeUir wltb tua tmprovenieiita
Term of aale tttOuOraah, with tpenra of aata
and Interest at ti par cenL front thalJUiof limy,
If. In caah, aud tua tialauo In all. twelve aud
Uutenmontha.seured br sdd of trnat opou
lb proirty, efvahnndrel dollar caali wliru lb
1 roperiV is, alruok off, and If tbe term ar mt com.
Iid with In tn davs after sale, lb Iroalee reaerv
th rWld'TrwlltU property at thcrlak and coat
of th defaulUtur i urchaaer All converanclmr at
II HAT)ltnA . February IL 1113. at tha Mine boor
felAJAda 1UI WARNTR. Aiw-t
MUr virtue of a deed of trmt to Joahua Whlt
Hey, dated Novriubor U, Iwh, and duly re
corded la Liber No. W. fulki 111. oueof tb
UQ4 reeonu oi ft aaniiuriou couuiy, u u., auq
also by vtrtua of a decree of th huj rvnia Court of
th Dwtrlct of Columbia, paaaed on in Bth day of
jane, liri.ln tb can f Halt va. Oltuateadt-C aL,
No. fcacj, Equity Docket 11, auuntltittliiif tb tmder
itfU-Ki iruain-B iu I iaca 'l lur uiu joeuua iiuuuoji
deeeaaed, and by lb wrjttcu riuet of tbriy
iMIh half nf I. TI. Inflllna Ilri
lot nftu(U)audBliten,(s,)lnimar two bun
oreu aim awuiy-oo, isai,i ueKimnua lor to aaniaj
dred and aufhly-on, (lj beKiuulua; for th aami
in ii imuva irviu iu euuiiiraat eunirr IN ai
if iiifliutuaironiinaouiiiraat corner of aaui
?wembnreet wrtMfcetlucbrJ titenc weal
ft Of tucbe! thence south wltb tha line of
ausrtaiticliea; tbenooesat IU feetlMIncI
kiiurvuuuuriavno ninn wiintn uo oi
art wei a icet iiictiea; titenc weal in
to tua Haoa of
m aula I hereon,
wof ulat Ou fourll
H rauiitus, i
II moil tha. wllh lute real
irnaf mamn auj ooni
Kljierty I (truck
nun 1 1
ronertv at lha rlak larimalnf
tba drfBiiltinir pnrohaaor iu caa t bs terma
compiled with within Hva daj a after aal.
purchaser in caaejbs terma era uot
TriEACOVESALF 18 POflTrONEp UNTIL
Jjrjrd,, ri u. tjjjjj muJkmi And4
IU 1 a IMU,II laia. HIUI KVUI UU 1 1B)C.
IP. riTILCItlSLIt AT TUF HALE MADE
on tba Ttiitif January. I I. bavlntf falltd lOfoioptr
with tbii terma thcrvoT witulu tbaluna ieclneiL tb
prill lie room, unair nine n uiiona oi iu
rpBI3 19 TO GIVE NOTICE THAT TllB
of term, letter teatameutary on th peraoual eatata
I) d. deoeaaed. All
la.ta uf Wuliln
ilaMiajuHl. All ittraona tiavtmr cialtua
arilnat tha aaid drnad ar tuirabr wi
Utaaaid deneaaadara hrby warned to as
I.TlJt tl.A ABhia MrllVl lltA VAllfOlAVA tltAVW tA 1
aubairi(br, on or bfor tha IbUi Bay ofJaniiary
bait! they way olhrlaiiy law ue auludad (ruia
aUVnantotheaaJdeaUt,, . .
TBUHTFES' RAIFOF IMPI.0VTD AND IT NIM
i IIU Ll) PltOr-r It I V N KAH TIIK r AF AN U
JlUMUAH.lllM. IMHTNIHD ItV I M. JIOIIN
flAltVAND HE EN Til M1ULETH NOItTUKAST
Hf ilrtnof a deed of truMtoiia, dated Mar IT,
lira, and record tn niar sl la a. id uurr o"i. iinioz.1.
aecurea.w wiuaeiiaipuiiiwsuctiou, in rrouioiin
iretubH-SitoihahlKhMtblldcr, on MONDAY. l
ocmbarii. UTl. at 4 o'clock. i ni, lot V and tha
ra' aiilullvlBliin of
i rrvimia a lverUMUeut, on iiiuua i, i aoruary
W, 173. at the earn hour and placa.
"" UltAINAItDlf WA (NLR.1 Trnl,.
ANDUKW It DUVAI !( TrnVfr-"
fcbltenAil ORLbN At WILf IAHS, Aucta.
THE ELECTORAL COUNT.
CONGRESS IN JOINT CONVENTION.
I. N. (Imai, of 11111, Declared to be
Klected President, and He nry U llan, of
Maesacltaiacu, Tier President Two
Ilaadred ami Llt.ty.lx Faiee far the
Urpabllcatt Candidal Party.Twa
Valee far Ilradrlc.,, EULtee) far II
.rain Drawn , Tw far T. J. Jcuklas,
and One for David Dai U far President
Nat a ftlnajr Tale far Harare I Irrrley
The Tire Presidential Iteaalt Foarteen
(Irani and Yvllaan Talra Threw. Gal
TaUlaaa aad Ark a ft DUfrntiraWed
Far-llile mt I be ('aant ItUlorlcal
Itemlalacrneea The aHvenllor, DI-
aired Thrre Tlwie Hernr an the
Flaaraad In iwetlallrrlea.
,',;"," .- .iT. irr thV.V.nin
( "treeta, ftnd the lowerlnff, thrrilenlng
ttlA Hlfl .tki..1. ftttl Ita Mfl.t.ll tflAn.tlflAn A
weainer tihi not utmnen me ranofliir oi riif
tens and ttrtnjrm la WAihlnjnon jpmerilijr re.
Mlnjf the proceed Ins In the lions rnnnertea
with the mnntlus (if the elertortl vole. The
pftrloui ctUrrlei vera rrowded nmul on
Rurh oresiooo; tmt the BPfe nn the floor in the
retro! and between the eettt and cloak-room
wm not nlle.1, and morh atanillng room remtlned
nnorrnpfed. There vu ft iwtlreitii !nenreof
the colored element In the emellpox gttttrj,
while, for once la t. lifetime, the bent of order
wm maintained In that aet tnhto for the niieof
reporter and correspond eoti, la Uct Dior
keeper MftrtonlMl hj jrnftrd nutelde the
telexriph corridor, wu more euccensful In kr rp-
laitthe inienopera oat tnn tnj or hi prede
reMore here been In the memory of the "ol leit
reporter," Includinir either nolirlshtor Hewrer,
The natntter of ladle prenent wi nnniuatlr
unte in pre portion to the number of the nterner
aex ao (tree thai they overflowed the gaiterlea
allotted tn them, and aereral hnndred found
aeata amons the crowd of male In the imuih-al le
aHerj. Ociilpylnf favored aeata on the floor
were Per ret arte Robeson, nelknap, and iielano,
ex-tenatort"lteifof -N.J-aniMvrrai JMfief.
wnoneeinei io like irrpa inirrrm in ine nm-
opened Ita actnlon with arcaatotaM fonnabiy,
and proceled with the reading of the Journal
a If nothing momenloa or novel wa Unpen 1
loir. Meanwhile the galleries ImiiM, crltlrhed,
and walled Mtlenllr for the hour of one. a hen
w'itheHenatewuexpertel U arrive. The handa
of the rlork opposite the 8,eKeri chair had not
,.. .. . . . . .
IB" nour' now""i -j iea nve
minaici wnea rerucam-awnni rrcnen mane
l PPirance at the door of the mala entrance,
" iiattiH vi ma nu "u""v
pretence of the higher leglaUtire branch, the
Senate In Impoalag nroceMlon marched down
the main elate. A anfticlent number of acata
nearest to the Speaker on the right or Demo
cratic aide of the lloojie hal lieen vacated to ac
commodate them. In e, very few moment they
were seated. Ice lYeeident Colfax hi 1 replaced
air. jtiaiue in me ppcaKer cnair, the latter oo
rupylngaaeat ftt hlaleft; Senator Sherman aad
Repreaentatlvea Dawea and Heck, the teller, had
taken Beat between Chief aerkMcrheraon and
Hecrrlarr florham at th rijrkj ilik- th hnir.
T.'ii'X'STT'T'T : "ln
on the Sneaker dcak. and the flrat loint mnn.
tlon of the two honaea la whlih every state waa
represented for the counting of the electoral
vote aince 19b;, whea Jatnea Dnchananwa de
clared elected, waa about to organ lie. The
Been at llii laactarewaaone lonir to tie re.
' membcredtiy thoeewhowltneaaed It.
tui ruci of uonor
In all deliberative asiembiiea U at the right of
the preaiding orncer. When the Home met for
the flrat time In the present Mall the Democrat
were In overwhelming majority. Gov. Orr,of
South ( arolina, waa Speaker the last elected by
that parly an 1 they took possession, as a mat
nereassry forthem to tante th'elr seat
yeaierttsr aniyiem inrmio a i.epnitiican hen
ate, for the reaaon that th latter body, being the
highest la legislative rank, were entitled to the
position of honor. Aire President-elect Mlson
vu the only prominent Senator looked for In
vain. Senator Johnston, of lrglflla,aal7ach
tnaouirr got irooi aeaia, a uni aiso ocnaiora
nohertaon. Sawver Ponkllnv anJ Morrill, of
M'i - fi i rri.iipi. i .,. to.
gether In the secon lrow,Whlle rrumbull, Sc hurt,
i.n.nM .iii,. vllh fri,H . -
I.nom and! humuo, with Tipton in front of
mem, luniini u iiiftrui -uiiiniuiioii tu i4i
"' IPWll"n VA lupocnr, The In.l.nl
comparison between the pemnn'l of the two
housrawblrh followed was greatly In favor of
the Son te, the meinbera of whb h txtdy in aver
age aiKtve the medium height, and are almost all
robast ia pbyiirai development, while the num
ber of ball bead among them, together with the
grey-aireakcd andwhite hcerd,tcnd an alrof dig.
nlty to the average Senator that does not lclong
to the average Representative, The opportunity
of seeing such a Joint meeting of the two houte
occur bat twice In each four year, w hen, as on
the occasion of yesterday, the Senate vlaiu the
House, and at the inauguration or the President,
when both bodies aieratte to wltneaa that Im
posing ceremony. The scene was, therefore,
doubly attractive on account of lis grave Im
portance as well as It novelty.
rni com ntion callid to orpxr,
A soon a the aMemblage had settle t Itself
Into comparative quiet ice Freaident Colfax
rapped the convention toonler and announced
that the Senate and llonte of Representative
had now met la Joint convent ton, In accordance
with the provisions nf the Constitution, for the
pnrpoae of opening, determining and declaring
the votes rait at the lait election for Frealdent
an I Mr President of the raited State for the
term commencing the 4th of Manh, 1BT3. He
wontd therefore now proceed to open the votes.
Every eye waa turned toward him. A, he
uttered the few sentences of the announcement
those who heard hi sonorous tone four year
ago, at the last convention, when he took: the
gavel from sturdy oil Ren U ale's hand, and
subdued the ronfuslon whit h arose over the act-
tlementof the difficulty regarding the vote of
Oeorgla, were disappointed. He ha either
lost the volume or hi voice, or, baring
become aceuitomed to ualtig it In modu
lated tone in the smaller chamber of the
(tenftte, forgot yesterday to exert It former
vigor, wdm aa waa in readme he onened
the packag before hlin, an I arranging the
envelope containing the vote from the
flutes, beglinlng with Ntw EaglAn 1 an 1 follow.
Ing lathe order of precedence at they became
member of the Colon, handed the returns from
Maine to the teller, senator Sherratn opened
tbe envelope and read the contents, embracing
tbe cerUBcate of tbe elector, the credential
from the oovemoroi mat mate, eH Ac,, and
the flrat tep toward Iheaciompllahmentof the
Dual act precedent to the
MIJUruTaT10fO rC4IDKNT GRANT
wai taken. Tbe record wai ma Is of seven vote
forV.B, Grant, of Illinois, to bo President, and
even vote for Henry Wilson, of Maiiinhmetts,
The teller hal before them Urge aheeie of
paper, on which were prime I a Wn of states, an I
which were rule 1 so that tallies could toniale,
and a the vote of each Mite was ascertained
Measra. Beck aud Sjeruuu ma If a correspond
lag record. Tae reading of irrt Ideates and ar.
coupanylng paper w then dispensed with fur
the purpose of savin time. Seuntor Khermau'
voice waa barely audible, aud did uot reach the
farther galleries. Mr. Dawes managed wltb some
dlfflcnlty to make himself beard. Mr. lieU1
tonea were strong, thoujh not aonoroaa, anJ,
marked a thoy were wltii a alight Bcotth
accent, were raiat acuptabie to the lUten.
ing crowd. They reUeved each other, tad for
time real in regul ir alternatlou.
Senator Trumbull very ocn developed a
theme that, under the conatiuctlon which hi
remark fln t received, euggeated th belief that
be bad discovered aomethlng whkh might re
dace General Qraot majority. He Insisted that
th etgnatarea to tbe certificate should be read
for the purpose of ascertaining what. If any, In
form illtle existed. Tbe Impression then pre
vailed that this movement waa Intended U throw
out Informal return, a It undoubtedly waa, and
ft rumor gained circulation through the galleries
that Ita effect might at least throw the election
Into the Honse by inmcleDtly reducing General
Grant's vote to compel a resort to that constitu
tional provision. Senator Hamlin suggested that
Ibe tellers be not reinlred to read the eertlfl-
cttca, tmt that they should cirxieiy examine mem,
to meet tbe requirement of Mr. Trnmbnil
point of order. In the meantime Messrs. Ed
munds, Carpenter, and Morton held a hurried
consultation at th letter' chair, and consider
able confusion prevailed notn on tne noor and in
the galleries. Nimble-footed pages ran hither
and thither at the call of member, and tn noise
was bo great that Mr. Colfax was compelled to
Interrupt the proceeding with earnest demand
No further Intcrrnptmn occurred nntlt Ihe re
had been announced, as followa; For Horace
Greeley, for President, I; for n. Qrata Brown, for
rrealdent, for A. II. Coiquit, ror rresidenr, i;
for n. Grata Drown, for 1 Ice rrealdent, n; for A.
H. Colqnit, for Ice President,; for N. P. Ranks,
for Ice Prcsllent, 1,
Evert one had expected a separation of the
two honses, under the rule, for consultation re
garding the votea of Louisiana and Arkansas,
d the obtectlou of Mr. Hoar to recording three
Totea from Georgia for Mr. Greeley was ronae
fluently, a surprise. He rmt hi point very
clearlr. that at the time the rote were cast Mr.
Greeley, being dead, was not ft person entitled to
he Toted for under th Constitution, The neces
sity of th separation of the two bouses far ac
tion on hi point waa ohvlated. ror the time be
ing, by the suggestion of Mr.Conkllng that thJ
objection be pained over, and receive trie consid
eration It deserved at the same time other point,
which were certain yet tobe raised, were consid
a araANai roi-ictDx,rg
that the vote of Georgia four years ago wa the
flrat occasion for a similar though more excit
ing seen. It wa then that General nailer In
terposed a successful objection to a count of the
vote of that State, and now another Representa
tive from Massachusetts felt compelled to Inter
pose a like obstacle. The anbaeqnent proceed-
ing were without Interruption until the Stat of
Mississippi hat been reamed, when Senator
Trumbull and Representative Totter oUrred ob
jection, in slaty based upon the fact that tbe
certiflcatoa of the elector were signed by the
secretary of the State and not by the Governor,
and that the Secretary of State did not certify
aaythlnaof his own knowledge, but merely that
be had tieco not I AM of the fact to which he cer
tified, and further, that the record did not show
that the elector had voted by ballot a required
Mr. Trumbull finally Insisted on a strict en
forcement of the ml requiring th house to
aeparate when an objection I raised, ant ihe
Senate retired to lis chamber.
The proceeding which followed lo the House
were exciting, and resulted in the adoption of ft
resolution anatalnlng Mr. Hoar' objection re
garding tnx tucxc oxklit totc
from Georgia, and another overruling the ob
jection to the admission of the Mississippi vote.
It wai generally believed that this separation
would result In prolonged debate, and that the
discussion threatened woull last possibly for
several days; but both Hr. Colfax In the Senate
and Mr. Rlalneln the House ruled that debate
wa precluded by the operation of the Joint rule
under which the two House were acting. Those
rulings were ad strict as even to prohibit the
reading of statutes relating to th subject on the
ground Ctataurh reeling waa lathe nature or
Mr, Kerr offered resolution nilfTnihe opln.
Ion of the House the vote cast for Horace
Greeley by the elector of Georgia ahnuld be
taat as bia&k votes," but the Speaker ruled that
the nouae com l not consider any point that waa
not specially submitted to It by the Joint con
vention. Tbellouio then took up the point of order
made by Mr. Trnmbnil In ihe convention, and
Mr. Dawe offered a resolution that In tb Judg
ment of the House of Representative the eight
rote reported by the teller a having been cast
lo Mississippi ought to be cast as reported.
Adopted yeas 101, naya U.
Mr. rotter point wu then considered. He
proposed that but seven or the eight votea of
Mississippi should lie counted, because the elec
tor bail Bubstttuted for A. D. Morgan, who waa
absent, Mr. J.J. Spellman, and the cert I flute
certifying to hi appointment waa Irregular, a
It did not have tne signature or the Governor.
Mr.lMnkaoffeied ft a substitute a resolution
that the elector ct Mississippi were legally
elected and that the whole vote should be
connle I. Also, declaring the certificate of Ibe
Secretary of State In Speilman'a rase In accord
ance with taw.
The anhatif ute wa adopted by 109 yea to 83
nays, and the House took a recess for fifteen
minute. It was called to order again at a tn,
had reat tied It chamber tbe ice Tresl lent aub
mlttedfor thedeclalon of the Senate the objec
tion raised In the Joint convent Ion by Mr . Hoar,
lie stated that th actW J he Senate, under
the Wd Joint rule, must be had without de
bate, when Mr, Ldmnnda submitted a resolution
declaring that Ihe electoral vote of Georgia cast
for Horace tireeiey t not counted.
Mr. Stewart called for the reading of the sec
tion In the ( 'onstliutlon providing the manner In
vi hirh the electoral vote shall be cast,
Mr. Thurman submitted an amendment to
Mr. Edmund? resolution to atrlke oat the wonl
"not," which wa agreed to aye 47, noe ia.
Mr, Conkllng thon moved to amend by adding
"the Junction or the two house la counting
votes being ministerial merely, and this ques
tion being Independent of the question of the
effect of the votes or of the count."
Mr, Uayani raised tbe point of order that tbe
amendment till not In any way affect the suh
atance of the resolution. It wa ft mere legal
recital, au I therefore ont of order.
The Wee President submitted the point of
order to the Senate, when it declined to receive
the amendment by a vote of ai to 30,
Mr.Conkllng renewed hi amendment In sub
atantlallythe eame language, when It was re
jected yeas W, nayatt.
Tbe resolution as amended was then rejected,
aa followa yea 44, oaya It i
i-oeerf, That the electoral votes or (Irorgla,
cast for Horace Greeley, Ite counted.
The M e Presl lent then submitted for the de
cision of the Penste the objection raised by Mr,
Trumbull to the electoral vote of Mississippi,
but Mr. Trumbull submitted a resolution that the
voiesnfihatFtatebe counted. He said that on
reflection he would withdraw his objection.
Mr, Uamlia moved to amend by providing that
eJ the electoral voles of tbe State of Mississippi
be counted, but withdrew It In order lo allow a
vote to be taken on the objection ralae 1 by Rep
resentative rotter, oi Piew .orx, to allow the
vote of Spellman, one of the electors, lo be
Mr, Hamlin then submitted a resolution ihtt
the vote cast by Spellman tie counted) whlo
wu agreed to.
The resolution of Mr. Trumbull that Ihe vote
of the elector of MlsaUslppI be counted was
then ftdopte I.
On motion of Mr. Sherman, the Secretary wu
directed to notify ihe House that It wu ready to
1 meet It again for the purpose of resuming the
counting of the electoral vote.
tux rxoriJt im tab oaixisim
bad become tired of the monotony of the pro
ceedings, and discovering lhat after all the
counting of electoral votea la not a sensational
matter, many ot them left. The weather had
continued stormy, and dense black clou Is flew
over th skies, shutting out tbe light of day from
the aky lfghu over tbe ball Tha shadows, a
they flitted across the glass roof, produced an
alternation of dim light aud deep gloom on the
floor, and It wai found neccaaary to light the
gas. Aa Jet after Jet was lit, revealing the bril
liant color of tbe coat-of-armaof tbe several
States on tbe atalnrd glass pane overhead, the
light seemed to be creeping, or rather leaping
from one painting to another, and a oft ye.low,
Inatrou glow filled the chamber. Tbe House
bad concluded Ita deliberation and wu walling
tbe return of tbe Senate. A half boor of Idle
ness ensued, wblcb afforded opportunity for
goaalp, and ft general relaxation from even an
appearance of attention to business followed.
At I SO the Senate returned to th House iu a
atraggllng procession, resuming the scats allotted
to It without regard to former order. The uov
elty of the affair ha 1 worn off, and both Senators
and Repreaentatlvea seemed to have become ac
customed to thel ntw duties,
Ohio wu the first called after the return of ihe
Senate, an 1 th) iroceedlngi eniulng were run
ducted smoothly until the vote front
wa read, when Senator Morton offered au objec-
tlon relating to Georgia, based upon the appar
ent fact that two of tbe elector ba Un violation
of the Constitution, Toted for cltlxet ot that
Stat for both the office of President and lee
President. The Chair overruled the objection,
on the ground that the prop' ; opportunity for
It presentation hal passed. Senatot Conkllng
uggcsien mat the name oijeetion night apply
to Missouri, a Grata Drown had received aneral
vote from the elector of that State for bofa
once, on InvcuiB-atlon. however. If waa not
discovered that the pame electot had rait both
rotes, and the objection were withdrawn.
It wu then agreed by nnanimon cotnent to
proceed with the count until the last Rule wa
reached, without calling Louisiana, Arkansas
and Florida, regar ling which State objection
were threatened Hut a atnmbllng block wu
reacned aa soon u Texu wa called, and It wu
discovered that four of the eight electors of that
State bad assumed to choose four other to till
the place of four who were ahaem. Mr. Dickey
called attention tothUrlrcnrjitanrf,and Instated
on a secon 1 separation, which fatted front 4
Until D OTIOCK,
Mr. Dawes wu the first to be rcrgW.edby
the Sneaker, after the latter hail taken hi scat.
with a request lhat the statnte of ihe4faTf of
Texas, which It waa claimed had ten violated,
should be read. It was then lhat Mr. Rlalne
ruled the reading of statute In lie nut of order,
u he construed such re Una: to lie In the nature
of debate. After Mr. Dickey's objection bad
been read, he offered a resolution declaring lhat,
la lb Judgment of the Home, the vote of the
State of Texas ror President and Ice President
ought not In be connteil, ror Ihe reason that
less than a qnornm of the elector undertook to
mi vaiam ira.
Mr. Dank offered a substltnte declaring a
quorum an arbitrary number, whkh any State
could fix for Itself; and aa It doe noUp3r that
the choice of elector wu In conflict with the
law or Ihe State or Tcvu, the vote onght to be
Mr. Eldrldge ma le the point of order thai Ihe
resolution wu iu the nature of au argument and
could not lie received, debate bring prohibited;
which wu overruled and the auhstltate agreed
to, aad the Clerk wai directed to notify the Sen
ate that the House hail acted upon Ihe objection.
The Senate, having retnmed to Its rffirnler,
Immediately took up the Texu rase, when the
first objection of Senator Trnmbnil, thseil cer
tlllcatea or Ihe elector wrre not Vignrff, w tha
Governor, wu considered.
Mr.Conklinesubrolttela reiolutlon taat the
electoral rote or the State or TevashenpantM,
notwithstanding Mr. Trumbull objection. Tba
latter then submitted a resolution that no Ut af
the name of the person assuming lorcaat th
role of the Fiaieof Texas ror President and
Vke President of the 1'nlted State having been
made and certified, and delivered to said aerson
by the executive autherlry of sail statnor at
tached to the list of rotes cast, the rote of said
State cannot be counted.
Mr. Conkllng raised the point that Mr. Trum
bull's motion wu In Ihe natnre of aa argument,
and therefore out of order.
The Ice President submitted th point to the
Senate, and by a rote of 11 to IS Mr, TnunhoH'a
motion waa declared In order. The question
wu theu taken on Mr, Trumbull' motion, when
It was rejected-eyes IT, naya 14, and Mr. Conk
Una' resolution waa adopted.
The objection of Representative Dlikev was.
on motion or Mr Conkllng, overruled.
TOE roWXKTIOl AT FIT O't IVX,
At O.U9 o'clock the Senate returned ito the
chamber of the House, Rarely a qnornm of the
latter body was present, many members, bar Ing
gone home or being comfortably employed In Ihe
lunch room. Those who remained in their seat
were evidently very tired, except a few or the
lesa dignified on the Democratic Hie, who em
ployed themselves In throwing paper balls at the
head or FMfllge, of Maconsins The (toatora,
on resuming Ibelr seats, aUo giro evidence cf
weariness, aud seemingly di I not relath the sup
posed luxury of the chain In tbe House, whlrh.
compare) with those In their own chamber, are
cramped, wnne id? narrow space iieiwrrn the
aeats no doubt served as an argument lo sustain
Oca. Duller' proposition to enlarge the hall of
the House. The tellers continued the count or
the vote until the end of the list of States waa
reached without incident worthy of note. In
accordance with previous agreement the returns
from Florida were then opened. Mr. Colfax ex
plained that both copies of the certificate from
ihe electors bad been rcrelved by mall, and that
tbe requirement of the law that one ropy should
he delivered by messenger bad not been com
piled wltb. No objection being offered to the
reception of the certlflcatea on account of this
palpable Informality, the four vote were duly
recorded la favor of Grant and ilson.
The Interest In the subsequent proceedings
deepened, a It was well known that aerlou
objection would be made to the count of the
votes from the Iwo remaining States,
ARXlNUt IX ft lAriMiN.
Mr. Colfax selected the returns from the former,
with which to begin the struggle, and explained
tbat they were received by the Secretary of mate
andth President itn. ot tbe Senate In his
abaenre on tbe 11th of January, an I that ute
Bequentlv, on tbe 4th of February, a man, claim
ing to be a luMscnger, came to blra with a paper,
which be asserted wu the electoral vole, but
which la no sense compiled with the require
ment of tbe law, and which be refused lo receive
officially, but opened, u It wu addressed to him.
Mr. Colfax subsequently explained that he had
pursued this course, after having aouaht and
obtained legal ail rice In the premises and with
the knowledge or henator Kb e, of Arkansas, who
Isauppoeedlohave had some connection with
the appearanre of this Informal messenger. As
soon aa an opportunity was offered, Mr. Rice ob
jected to tbe vote ot hit State being t ounted on
the ground met Jie return made arcordlig to
the laws of the Stale show that the parties certi
fied u being elector were not legally elected,
and that Ihe return which hail been acknowl
edged hy the v Ire President to lie legs, an 1 hail
been read by the tellers, were not rertlfled ac
ronllng to law.
It wai apparent that Mr. Colfax a atimmarv
method of disposing of the supplementary re
turn wm not relished either hy the Liberal Re
publicans or Democrats a It effectually blocked
their Intended game of further complicating
matters by compelling the Joint convention to
decide Ihe qnestiooB at Issue between contend
ing parties in Arkansu, senatcr Rice and his
friends no doubt Intended to force anrh a solu
tion by presenting conflicting returns a in the
rase of the Stale of Loutilana. Another seps ra
tion was Imtttiaent,
TUX 1.1 APR HI Of BOTH IPKS
and of both houses were opposed to a further
waste of lime, aod notwithstanding the force of
aprevloui suggestion by Htnator Trnmbnil that
the consideration or more than one question at a
time wu a bad precedent, It waa agreed, by
unanimous consent, on tbe suggestion tf Senator
Hamlin, that the Arkansas cue ahoul I tie passed
over, and be considered at the same lime with
the objections that were certain to come regard
ing Louisiana, whkh wai then Ihe only State to
TheMce President then explained that two
sets of returns bad been received from Loulaiana
by messenger and duplicate hy mall. The first
wu received by messenger on the Slstof De
cember, 1871, and the second on the Si of Jan
The former wu read by the tellers. The
election ot the elector wa certified by Rovee,
acting Secretary of sute, aad the vote wete
cut for l 6, Grant for Pnsldent and Henry
iiaon for Vice president.
The eecond returns were then read, an l had
th certiorate ot Governor warmoth lo the elec
tlon of another list of electors, and to It was
appended the certificate of the register of vote
of Loulslans giving what purported to be trc
popular rote, showing that these elector re-
telved a vote averaging about M.ooo, while their
opponent received an average of about M.ooo
votes. Tbe rote wu rut blank for Presl lent
nd for D. Grata Drown for Ice President,
Senator West objected to the return of the
elector whose election was certified to by tbe
uoveruor, on tne ground that tne certiorate a as
not mad la punuaaoq of law.
Mr, Sheldon objected to the vote tor D. Grata
Drown on tbe ground tbat loo cartiUcat signed
by the Governor wu not signed by the person
who wu at tbat time Assistant Secretary of
State; add further, because there bad been no
official count of tbe rote of tbe State, and the
Governor could have no reliable Information u
to who wa elected.
Mr. Totter objected lo the Oram aud Wlson
vol ou tha ground that there wu no certificate
from the executive of the Bute to the election of
the electors ft required by tbe act of Congress
of 17BS, and for the reason tbat the certificate of
the Governor ahowed other persona were elected
Mr. Stevenson objected to any rote from
Louisiana being counted, because it does not
nfllclently appear that the electors were cbosen
according to law.
Senator Doreman objected to any vote being
counted from Loalilana because of facta act
forth In the report ot the committee of the
Dcnaie on rnrncae and Elect on in tne Louisi
ana election cue, which report he sent up with
At this Juncture the contusion In the ball waa
supreme. The mere mention of the Louisiana
cue forth Ucnion of which Innumerable
apewbes which will never aee type or reach the
ear of aa aa Hence, bare been prepared
nrawi miter and acrimonious political reeling.
nor. wahuottj ayo ni bxiutom
elect, McMiiion, were on the floor, ami were
among the moat attentive witnesses ot th pro
ceedings. Fort unite! j for the Interest and
afety of the Immense amount of legislation yet
pending at this aesslon debate wa not In order.
If the gate or discussion bad then been opened,
a flood of arirnmrnt annl.1 ha rotina-jFj. iha
end of which wonld have been only reached at
iim unai eujonrnment of ine present congress.
The Objections were con tinned he Henatnr
Carpenter, who Insisted, that neither of the re
turn shout ibe receive l, because no proper re
turn had been made, and liccaoae there was no
government of ibe State that was re publican la
fom,-aMttxatJe there had been no canraafof
me Tote cut at the election in that Slate on the
wa or November. :.
nrnawrTrumbi. lohlccteilti the roiintlnaof
the Grant and llaon votea on the a-rnnn t that
Ihe election of the electors waa not certified by
proper omrers; thai Dovee who signed the rcr
ti(K ate wu not Secretarv of State nor In nouses.
alon of ihe office of Set retary of State or the seal
of the State, an I because th rcrtlOiate was un
true, in ract, u proved by ihe almlsalon or
iwvee oeiore a committee of the Senate,
AU tne object oui havlnir Ireen offered and in
tailor Slate having been complete I, nothing
ruiBMimi m none nui me separation or the
house for deliberation. Whir h ncrnrre.1 al a is.
The gllerte at tola time were nearly empty,
bat amonf the few who yet remained in them
w erf aereral
i tww, wnoer pcr'viT! ft n rra.
orperhapaaiimlratloQ fr Gen. Grant, Indacrd
them to remain to the en 1 When the Senate
had retired, the Honae exhibited that reatlv
spirit which always characterlxes it when it
tsem'erardflyrd from amoking-hot dlnjier
ii me rowiona or ineir private apartment.
Added ratallVea the excitement incident lo a
hesd poMilcal discussion, and Ihe farther faci
Dial the fa.iptrtoi.1 rule prohibited the utterance
of a single word In debate, In short, Ihe House
wf a ti bad temper. Turmoil and contusion en
aued, rarely equaled even in lhat turbulent body.
MnHitfra lfi their seats sod, crowding around
accepted leaders conversed in tone ao lond tbat
ibelr conversation wu plainly audible in the
galleries. Fernando ood, representing the
dlnner-regrettlng element, moved to take a re
cess until to-day at noon. Some of the mere In
dastrions lnt eqnally hungry, of hi followers
nggcslcd amendments limiting the recess to
I'M, 10 and 11 o'clock last night. Ia Ihe end jhe
ayee and noea were called, resulting In Ihe de
feat of all the propositions for a recess by it
majority. The roll-call dereloped the fact that
only 1U members were present. Mr.Snvdee. nf
Arkansas finally got tbe door and offered a rrao
lauoa (bauit rreaklenUaL electora whoae elec
tion I guested by the certificate of the Secretary
o( Slate bo received a the daly elected elector
and that th vote be counted.
Mr. keUogg offered h aubat.iote that therot
hf the State of Atkansu, as reported by the tel
ler,! counted, whkh tu adopted, and the
resolution agreed lo.
Mr.tiaroeid then offered a resolution that in
the Jutljrment of the House
koii of the arrrax
rrporte I by the tellers from tbe Stale of Louis.
lana ai the electoral rote should be counted.
Mr, rtpeer moved as a su'tstllnte that the eiec.
toralrote of Loulalans certified by H. C. War
mouth as Governor, should In the Judgment of
Ihe House bVcounted. "
Mr. Stevenson morel a a further substitute
that Ihe vote of Lonlatana I not counteJ. be
cause It does not Buftlclenlly appear thai any
ciciuon was nci i Becoming to law.
r. Micidon offered a further resolutioa. that
the votea or the electoral college which wrre cut
for Grant and Wilson be counted. The
Speaker roled that, as Mr. Sterenson's
resolution would have exactly the same effect u
that of Mr. Garfield, It coul 1 not be entertained,
Mr. Potter desired lo offer a substitute In ac
cordance with the objection ma le by Mr, Trum
bull In Joint convention. Ihe Speaker ruled
that no more substitutes were In onter. Mr.
Potter then demanded to have real the certifi
cate signed byltovee, anl denied lhat It con
tained TUE GXIAT SEAL OF IHE STATE,
The speaker said the document could be read.
but It would be Iu Ihe nature of debate to inform
the House whether the seal of State wu on it or
Mr. Potter then demand 1 that the Inscription
on the seal be read, and asserted a a matter of
lact that the seal of Louisiana was not there.
The vote wu then taken on Mr. Shel Ion's sub
stitute, and It waa rejected.
Mr, speera substitute was also n cried bv a
vole of so yeu to M nays
This waa a partisan rote,
THE DEMOCTUT A1J, TOTlVO
aye, and the Republicans with few exceptions,
voting nay, ine resolution offered by Mr. Gar
field that the vole be not counted wa then
adopted, and the Clerk was directed to Inform
the Senate of the action ot the House.
The proceeding In the Senate Chamber In dis
posing cf these question were dcclledly Inter
esting, TheMce Presl lent stated that objer.
tlon was made to receiving the
VOTTJIOr'AKCAM.lft. ASO LOTIU)U
Mr. Thurman moved that the trnatr take a
recess to low a. ni. to-morrow. Rejected
aye 13, naya W.
The Mi e President then submitted Ihenblec-
lion of Senator Rice to counting ihe vote of Ar
kansas, ou the ground that ihe returns made ac
cording lo the laws of the State or Arkansas
show that the part'ea certified aa lelng electors
were not elected, and, aeconl, lhat the returns
read bv the teller were not certified according
Mr. Sherman submit led a resolution lhat the
electoral vole of the State or Arkansas should
be counted. Mr. Edmunds moved to Insert after
the ward "shmil 1 the worrr not" -which was
agreed to-ayes ssuora sv and the resolution.
u amended, exclu ling the vote or Arkansas was
men euopieu aye i, noes ti.
Tbe objections lo receiving the vote of Louisi
ana being stated by the Ice President, Mr. r re
linghuyscn submitted a resolution lhat all the
object Inm had been ronjU'cred, anl lhat the
y nte of lulnlana I not counted. Mr, Trumbull
moved a uttiiuie, reciting certain alienations
in rererrnce io me election of electors in Louisi
ana, when, before the (lerk had tonciudedthe
reading, Mr. West inmpo-jed an I raised the
point ot order that It was In the nature ot an
argument, Mr. Trumbull, Mr. Stevenson and
other Senators held that the rrtdlng i ouid not bv
arrested in make
Mr. I oakling said the rra ling had progressed
sufficiently for the Senate to tie perfectly aware
oi it nature.
1 he Mce President submit led the question to
the Senate whether the i roposltlon ot Mr
Trumbull would be received t whh h wa decl led
In tbe negative yeu ft, naya TO.
Mr, Trumbull then eaid be would moveau
amendment Ibe balance of hi rcsolut Ion, w hit j
bad uot been read. (laughierj
Tbe Clerk then read
Retotml. That the votes of the elector de
clared to lie elected by the Governor of Ixuls
taua are unit led tn be couuted. Krncwe
The amendment wasrejeited yiuie.naysan.
The resolution of Mr, rretinghujsen that tre
vote of Louisiana ahoul 1 not be counted waa
then rassed yeas as naya 16.
Mr. Morton asked If It woull be In order
hlin. to make a remark. The Senate bad vote .
exclude Jhe vote of Arkansas because It lackel
the Governor' certificate, and Mr. Ldtnund ob
jected to Mr, Morton pro ceding.
At 7.43 the Senate re-entered tbe Hall of the
House, and the Mce President announced the
action of the two House in relation to the rote
of Arkansas an I ai there had not been a concur
rence th rote would not ba counted. There
having been a concurrence aa to Louisiana, ihe
vote or mat mate would not be counted either.
Tbe teller were thru directed to report tbe
rote, wblcb waa done lu detail, the vote of each
mate wing given,
TUB KKSriT IN FULL
wu then announced u followa by the ke
A hole number of electoral rote Wo, of which
a majority la 1SI Of these 849 rote were cut
for President and Ml for Mce President, The
vote for President wat u follows: For V, B.
QrenL ftS6. D. Grata Drawn. 18; Thomas A. lfn
dricks 4., T.J. Jenkins t, David Davis l7
The vote for Vice PresUlent wu at follows:
rown 47t N
ror nenry iiaon, ise u. u atx vrown,
r. uinii, i ueo, w. Julian, p, jo on
S; Thos E. Rramletle, t, W, S, Groesbeck, 1
A. II. Colquitt, 6, W 1111 B. Machen, 1.
The 1 ice President, therefore, declared
Presl lent, an 1 Henry Wilson elected Vice Presi
dent for the term of four years, from the 4th
tiay ot March, 173.
The yeas anl nay were frequently callel tn
ttis (wr nrttinc tWT
of whkh occurred In the House, on the motion
of Mr, Hoar to reject the Georgia rote for
Horace Greeley, whkh resulted, as follow!
The following U the rote In detail:
Naya Messrs, Ames, Avertn, nattier, Harry,
Reatly, Rlggs Hi nun am, Plrd, llialr of Mo,
Ilraiton. l.rio-Tit llncklar. FliimnLnn. Ttnnnall.
Uurchanl. llnnlett. Ilntler of Trnn Clarke. n-
iii ii, i Iranian, tmmii-Tti nwner, j'avi, uawr-i,
Dickey, Iiiiboae, imnnell, Lames Elliott, raty,
Foster of Mich , Uarflrl 1, Hale, Manner, Harper,
Harris of Alius , Hawley nf III., Ilawley of t onn..
iibj, iiajB, naxiriun in lit naxirion um.ii,
Ilerndon, Hoar. Hooper, Houshton, Kelley, Kerr,
Ketcham, hllllni-er, lampnrt. Ijinslnr. Leach,
mitral, mciirrw, iciieurj. nrirr, wimun,
Merrick, Monroe, Moors 1 Myers Xegley, Orr,
Packard, Packer, Palmer. Paraar of Mo.Pfwk
Perce, l eters Porter, Ralney, HaadaU, luteals
iv, ii, iinuene, itoninaon, iiuaa, nsrarw, nee
lotja, hhanks Sherwood, Shoemaker, Smllh of
N. j , Sprafnie, Ht ark weal her, Svpher, Taffe,
Townen I of la, Turner, Twkhell, Tyner, I p
son, oorheesW d lell, skeman.W aldron.W al
laee, Wheeler, Williams of Ind, Wilson of Ind.,
H I n M1"'U Ul Will HIJ.
.Says Messrs. Acker, Adams, Ambler, Archer.
onuiii) i uii an, jiaiuiiiu, link ui ,, iirra, oi
Ky Rell, 111 it by, Rowles'allwelt,trroll,t'obb,
Conger, Connor, cotton, ( rcbt (rocker, ('roas-
lavi.t l.w ,l..h 11 ..j...... f .l ......
ui, 4-iia, uuir, tuuiiHKr, ", s hi arm "lira;,
eoslerof Ohio, Foster of Pa- Garrett, Gets
Geddlngs Golladar, Griffith, llaldeman, Han-
cotk, nsndiey, iianks iiarruor ta. iiercrord,
Hlhlianl, Holm an, he Hob, Kendall, Klnsells
lamtson, 1iwe, Lynch, Manaon, MsrnanL Mc
( lellantl, MrCormb k, Mclntyre, McJunkln, Mr
Kinney. Mitchell, Morphts Ml 1st k of Ft,, NI
blat k of Ind., Parker of N. II , Pendleton, Perry,
PoUmL Potter, irlce, Prindle, Read, Rice of
HUW.R, Roberts Roger of SAX Roosevelt,
Hawyrr, Hcoflel.L ShellabarTxrr,,fhober, Mater,
Slorum, Smith of Ohio, Snspp, Snyder. Hjieer,
Htevenann, Htorm, Htouirhton, htoweU, St, John,
Rntherland, Terry, Thomaa, an Trump, Muighn,
Warrea, Wells Wbueley, AMUard, Williams of
N. H w incbester, W ond and loung-as, :
The proceeding altogether, Including the
half hour of Mien enjoyed by the House, or-
cnolcd aeven hours The LIerl Republican
rnteu am acted throughout the entire day In
full accord wllh the Democrats. Messrs. Tinm
ImiII, Srhara and Thurman were the leading
spirit on lhat aide In the Senate, aal Messrs.
Fsrns worth an I Potter filled Ihe same position
In tbe House. The Republican seemed to art
In concert without leadership, and when the
role wu finally announced there wu an en
thnsluile effort ot applause whkh wa promptly
checked by Speaker Dlalne,
nmti in joint convention hal finally dis
solved Mr, Sherman offered a resolution that a
committee of one be appointed on the part of
the Senate lojoln two on the part of the House
lo wait on
rLTSSEfl S Ot ANT AND IttCNnr WILSOf,
and notify them that they hare been elected
President ant Mce President pf the United
States for four year from the 4th of Marth next.
Tne resolution wu adopted, am the Mce
President appointed Mr. Sherman i the com.
mlttee on the part of the Senate.
Mr. Senator Har'andcB not receive on Thurs
MrsT.O. Howe receives lo-djv at her real
ilea, No. 170S 1 street.
Mr. Senator Ferry receives tn-dsr. at her real.
dnce, .No. Ittoo street.
Mrs. Admiral Powell receive on Thursdays
at her home, No. lio; I atreet.
Madame Dlacque will receive her friends at
ber residence, on 11 street, to-day.
Mrs. Senator Thurman and dauehters will not
receive again during the present month.
Mrs E Imun U receives to-day at her rlreani
residence, No, 1411 Massachusetts at enoe.
Mrs. Senator Chandler receives on Thursday.
at her elegant residence, No. 103 II atreet.
Mrs Senator Stevenson, assisted by her agree
able daughter, receive to-day, at No. 1511 H
General and Mrs Hunter, with Mrs. Stewart.
receive their friends on Thursdays l? I
Mrs Senator Hitchcock, a very agreeable lady.
will receive her friends to-dsy, at No. 13J1 F
Mrs. Senator Roberton will be happy to see
her fiienl at her residence, No. 1310 F street,
Mr. Senator Frellnghuyaen an 1 her daughter
are at home lo their frleu 1 on Thursday! at No,
1731 1 atreet.
Mrs. Senator Cole. aiaUte 1 br Miss (old and
Miu W biting, continue her plea tan t reception a
Mrs. Senator West and her asreeable da nat
ter, MM West, will receive to-dav, at No. difi
Mrs, CrcBweU'a reception wai well attended.
the hostess and her assistant entertainingcallers
in a very agreeable manner.
Card are out lor a dinner party at the resi
lience of Mrs M. A. Dnlkleya, No.713 Fourteenth
atreet, on to-morrow evening.
Mr. Senator Conkllng will be at home to her
friends to-diy, in company with her amiable
taugntcr, mis uessie conkllng.
The present Is Mia Joele Fenlon' Thursday
for receiving, and we presume she will be at
home, a usual, at S3 latayette square.
Mrs. Senator Howe, one of the moat aareeable
ladle in society, receives at No. lios I etreet on
Thursday saaalated by herdaughter, Mrs Totten.
Mr. Secretary Pish held ft large reception res
trrday, sue wai uslsted by Miss Edith Fish,
Mrs Griffith and a young la ly guest from New
Mrs, Senator Sawyer, astdsie 1 by her beautiful
and accomplished daughter, receives on Thurs
day, at No. UlflF street. It will be her last re
Mr. Senator Sherman's Thursday reception Is
always one of the most agreeable of ihe dar, and
the attendance Invariably large and select. Her
residence u at No. l3 K atrert.
Mrs RoUion's reception. J among the most
popular given In Washington during the week.
Tbe laily entertain In an easy manner' that Is
particularly pleasant to at rangers,
The first grand reception of the aeason of the
Toung Men's Christian Association will lie held
at their rooms on the evening of the fist, ihe
entire rooms will be thrown open, ami Ihe Phil
harmonic Mucletv will sing a number of picies
Mr. Judge Embry held her regular wet kly re-
reptlon yrstrrdar, and was favored with the
rails of a large numiiorot the leader of Wa-.ii-
InRton society. Mrs, Embry I oneof the few
ladies who strive to make their visitor reel at
home, and hodisrard affectation an I art her
MIssGeorgloRoutwcIl succeed in ai ting the
part of hostess at her mother's reception In a
very agreeable manner. The reallenceof the
Secretary of the Treasure has. In ronannnc
become one of the most popular in Wutilogtou
u icuiio Tt uu icin v 1 mil w lie IT plSinUCSS
take precedence over affectation.
Mra, Attorney General W liliauu' reception rea-
terday waa largely attended notwithstanding the
unfavorable state ot the weather. Mr,W lliianu'
popularity In aoclety Is always exemplified on
the occasion of her receptions for on these days
her parlors are averlably crowded, many people
attending who are set loin seen on similar ore a
The grand event of to-nlglit, an 1 for that tea-
son of ihe season, will be the ball of henato
a-d Mrs htew art at Masonic hall. The array o'
oeauiy win prooamy exceed any mat has been
aeen Iu W ashlngtondurlug the season, while ihe
toilettes exhibited will undoubtedly prove a
daxzllng spectacle, Canls of almlsalon mint be
,.esuted at the door to secure admission.
Mr. Austin P. Drown, our young people Hill
tie pleated to learn, will give a uaiW tliniHU
at her resident's No, mc Masaarhusetla atcna?.
from S until n.30 to-dar. Mrs. Drown I a fa
vonte In aahitlgton aoclety, and even without
llieattrartlm 01 danrlng her reception have
!; minivij niiMiM, un mi. uoii una
occuion, w Id lo her pleaaiug slster-ln Uw, Mlsa
Yesterdsy wu not much of a day tor calUoir.
yet the number of ladle who were out wu quite
large. We eveu taw aereral young ladlca making
call on foot, protected hy tbelr waterproof and
imia auvca. n a giaii mat our ItVUCt ttt
taking our advice to walk, and, as a oonsequence.
we hope that there will lie fewer heartaches ami
pale faces 10 be seen among u lor the remainder
of the season. When young ladies make up
tbelr ralud to walk ou such a day u yesterday,
we may be euro that there U au Irauoruut
healthful movement on foot.
Tbe President held the-concladlnir levee of tbe
I present aeuon at the White House lut evenlnir.
The weather wuTeryunpleuant. and a small 'WF$JSi ill Tibt m.We'nV afl.S!
"tendance wa anticipated, yet tt proved to belViitneaa expressed biawuUogneaa to produce
-;w;ujH:awaaauucinaiei,yei 11 proved 10 oe
" ,ar-Je,tof th 'MKD ibe parlor Ulng
a larger part of whom wu cou.PQ.e4 ol laOiw;
The rooms were very tastefully decorated with
flower and plants and the Marin ban I dis
coursed pleasant music for promenading. Presl-
"uiiMimi uu in nappy moon, jna lace wore
a niewant smll during the evening; hi greet
ings were unsuslly conllaL anl he frequently
Indulged In a social chat with hi more In
timate callers. The President can certainly
be very social when m disposed, notwlthstand-
'- '" rrpuiauoii to tn contrary, wnicn
undry writer have tried to force upon Mm.
General Rabrork supported tha President ou hi
right, an I lotroduredthe visitor to Mrs. Great
In his nsnal nollt and manna fir
Bnarpe presented visitors to the President, Mis
Grant wu assisted by Mr. Secretary Fish. The
former was attired In a rich Mack e1at nu
The corsage wu cut dteohttt and covered with a
fichu of point applique lace. Her ornaments
were very brilliant. Mrs Fish wai attired In a
light lavender silk, tastefully trimmed with
black thread lare. There were also many el.
tint lAlUt. avhll !&. In .kA .. -. ..-
Nellie Grant looked very pretty In white, with a
sash of white silk with colored embroidery. Mis
iiiiiibiuiiiii nil ai.irru in a ugni pina biik,
trimmed With a flounce, anl hnainl IKmin.
and silk fringe to matrh. The costume wu very
stylish, and moat becoming to her light complex
ton. Airs Danielltoughertyworeaauperbdres
Of bin Satin. rl hlr trimmed with tha aaraa ma.
lerlat. Mr abator cio--'fTe a whlta Part
miiaun oresa over a nmi aiic hiji Mailre Pent
wu attired In a white French muslin ftrnM alen
clennea lace and Insertion dress. Mia Delia
nirhanUnn wore a bine silk, tastefully trimmed
with white fiounrea. Mr. Governor Mrtook
coat nine wasof black velvet. Among the; ether
handsomely attire! lallea present were Mrs At
torney (lenrral Wlllisms, Mlu Cole, MrajOrtf
tin, mum buiin rian, air, cou larun, airx.reo
ator FrelinahTiyaen.Mrs Senator ( ortett anil Mr.
ItancroftlMTl, Among the gentlemen preatnt
were HecrrUry Fish, Serrclary Rotieson, Sent tor
Sherman, General Hunter, the Spanish Mlolater.
Hon. tisnrron Davis, Hon Thomas Murphy, Mr,
"i"" t'i 'iri ifwuKiirrir, 1 1 no rcjf.
brateil orator,) Attorney General llllams Gov,
MrCook, Henator ( orhett and Senator role.
General Phil Sheridan was alaa nreaent. an 1 ai.
trarteil much attention u he escorted Mlaa Nellie
Grant In irr promenade through the parlors
I'pon thfr Whole, th last lev. Of lb f rraMant
mar bo set down a the moat brilliant ami en.
joyanieoime aenesanu moa wno permitted
ne niiiriii 10 .cep in era ai nmnt nepnven mem
selves of psMing a rtrj pleasant evening.
NEW YORK ITOCK UCHAKK IM THE LOUT.
Committer Clerk a, 1'nlted Hlafea JaLe,
and stark llrakera Implicated - The
AMiya a4 Mean C'amaililfa Ptltablt
r.xamlalMjr Ibe Aral?, ArAf,
Cot. Clinton fl. Cola-Ate. rereaeatina? tha Kew
Tork Stock Exchange, wu aworn before tbe
Wiyaand Mean Committee yesterday reganv
Ing a newspaper paraaraDh. whkh asserted that
the Stork Fxchange had spent a large anm of
money to secure the passage of an amendment
In last year lax bill, declaring borrowed money,
In the band of broker, not taxable u capital.
Colgate awore that he did not pay, promise to
pay or Mat at paying any money to any Govern
ment official In W aahlngton or elaewhere t help
him, except to Mr. Ralph Wood, of New fork.
wao actea u nu legal counsel. Rat he a Idcd
that Ju ige Sherman, Judg 1 of the 1'nlted statei
District Conrt ror tbe Northern district of Ohio,
brother of Senator and General Sherman, hu
J resented a bill of fin,ooo, which be claim la due
or argument and brief by which was secured
the aid of Heoator Sherman and General Gar
field. Cola-ate ura hedonl know and never aa
Judge Shetman; nerrr knew of hi assistance, if
he gave any.
General Garfield utterly disclaim all knowl
edge that Sherman made argument or brief in
Ihe case. In fact, he had nothing to do with it.
The amendment waa put on at Senator teu
tons request, lit tbe Floanre Committee, and
wa agreed to Inronferenre committee without
dehatlve action In the House.
I oigite la to produce t-day Jndge Sherman'
letter accompanying hut bill; also bis own report
to the Htm k Exchange, wherein he charge that
(leonre A. llSMrtt, the clerk of the Commute
on W aya and Means, submitted to him a proposi
ti In .ta ..- .,.-.,..- ..... .; 1
ui. u lam ui iiiviiiaiirr hi mai coramniee
for lino per month until th Mil hcn a law
when ooo rash wu to be paid. This offer ( oU
Ric, iiri rrpwiiiug 11 10 ins president Ol me
tork Exchange, peremptorily rejected.
These, development create a sensation here,
notwithstanding the rrtater aenaailnn of ih.
CAPITOL AND DEPARTMENTS.
Patent were granted yesterdar to the follow.
lowing W'uhingtonlana: Charles H, Manning, for
ta vat, E. K. Morrison, for Ore escape: J. E.
ravage, cider rani, and David T. Datrow, ror
butter printing machine.
The Kenate Mablller Cam ml tier.
The Senate credit mobilier committee, or
which senator Morrill I chairmen, met Tester.
ay morning ami completed arranremenia for
investigation. The committee will meet this
morning, when 11 1 expected the Senators Im
plicated win appear lie fore them.
The Frealdent sent the following nominations
to ine benaie yesterday 1
Postmasters R. G. Pettilione, at Ogdenabnrg,
N. ; Mr. Mary J. Martin. Durlinrton, N, J ;
J. P. Thresher, Renton Harbor, MirhtGeo.lt.
Ruckner, St, (harles. Mo.; J no, M. Ilraloard,
lluooe, Iowa, M. A, Ureden, Santa Fe, cw
A paragraph appeared to the RErraucat of
Monday lo regard to tbe departure of Minister
Orr for Russia. It 1 unlerstood, on the best
authority, that tbe reason he did not ull on the
day he hail Inten led wa entirely owing lo a fail
ure on the part of ex-M mister ( urtiu 10 meet
him In New ion, ashed been arranged. Oov
ernor orr waa compelled to visit Mr. ( urtln'a
1 mil v, nim 11 in-raaiuucu mo uriay.
New GOrr af ('snprMlae.
Messrs. Phelps Dodge A Co, have submitted a
new proposition to the Secretary of the Trea-ury
for a settlement of tho cases ot undervaluation
alleged against them. This time they offer
tni.noa, which is tn.ooo more than the offer they
niiuiii:-!, ,111 iiriiTini mat mo nrrreiary wilt
accept this offer, and disrau all the charges
Tbe Indian Qu cat I an.
Dr Thnmai Foster, of Minnesota, well known
in tbat rountry u Ita "ol lest editor," and es the
best posted man In theVnlted States In In Han
blstorj and ethnology, I in tbe rlty. He hu
written a letter on the -'true method ot managing
and rivillilns the Indian race," which has Just
been printed by order of the I'm ted males
senates and Is exciting a good deal of attention
for Ita comprehensive anl eminently practical
Anaiber Veto -J. ifllian Ileal Claim Re
turned la ibe Henate,
Ten ling proceeding! connected with the rnuot
ing of the electoral vote yesterday Mce Presi
dent Colfax laid before tbe Senate a message
from the President, vetoing the bill ror the relief
of the sufferers from the destruction of the salt
works near Manchester.Ky , by onter of Major
Gen. Don ( erloa Iluell. The President's reaaona
for withholding hi approval ot this hill are sub
stantially on the same grounds as involved In the
case of Dr. J. Milton Heat. The message aad
I 111 were referred to the Committee on ( laims
The WiMou special mobilier committee net
y cue May morning, and Representative O. J.
Dkkey,of pa,, oneof the executor of the late
Thaddeua Stevens appeared and said he bad
learned that there had been some testimony be
fore me commute renecting upon the Hon.
Thaddeua ptevens deceased. Witness wa hit
law partner from 144 tol857. Thelawnraciic
of Mr. Steven yiei ini him from tshoo to ( 11,000
per annum. Witness had examined the bank
account of Mr. Stevens carefully from 1M1 to the
time of his death, and foundnoilenoaitoraonnn
1 here wa none exceeding lio.ood, with a single
;- f-.uu, wu .. n , .uv it.uiiui iiioriBaira
he put upon some of hi property tn Franklin
county. There was no cash deposit not the re-
uii ui iiinunui ui ins muii i' j 01 men i ex
Mr. htevenswa the owner or large Irarta ot
real estate in Pennarlvauls known as the Cale
donia anl Maria Furnace properly, moat of
wa ch be acqarl prior to m;. ji0 mino owned
isniiui,uzern aui Wyoming rountles. Wit
ne proilucetl an Inventory of the iwrsoiial es
late of Mr. Stevens amounting to isl8S,
against which the executor have paid W,0tw
soeclal legacies an 1 ikbts aud there 1 aa Item
ia litigation now of f jo,ihw. 1 he newspaper ru-
tnn, thai Uv Mra..n...l lih..i..unj. .AH-.
-..v. r inn, .UI I lie vmciinuill 11(1)1 'CI 1
for ,(W0 In Cnlon PaclUc rallntad bonds waa
without authority. Mr. Steven always asked
1100,000 before It wa burned by the rebels and
the executors were now negotiating for the aale
of it for I50,. There was nothing la the
boon or panr of Mr.Meven indicating thai
be ever held bond or stocks of tho I'nlou Pa
clflc raiirua I. 1 he only iKtml were some b got
from John r. Cowan forth sale of two tracts of
land in Luxerue county, whkh land wu subae-
quxuiiy laaeu oaca ht mo uxreutora, aa mere
waa aoma dlanute alxiut the title.
Tha hiinila war Helawarn. tjuvunwnrik ami
Pawnee railroads an lout of them wu realised
tlS&Xi, Ihe par value of the Imnds waif M,ooo,
W lines never w lltiheld or delayed the Inventory
of Mr, Stevens' personal estate for the purpose
of concealing auy fact which that Inventory
truthfully nude woul l dlscloae from ihe knowl
edge of Hie public ami bad no objection to tha
inline expressed biawUUogneaa to produce
the paper of thedeceaaedfortbeinfonuatiouof
the ccunmltiee. Mr.meveas wee worth hu at
Uo flir ct bu fieatn tow he wu la imj.
THE REPUBLIC OF SPAIN.
rORMATI.N or THl HEW covinRytir.
The People to Rale lalbe Falarr-An Ilaam.
pie far the T.atln NatUna-Tbe Preal
deatafthe Carte la be Fleeted To.Dny
Departnraaf Amadeu-tle pArks III
Carpet Itrng far Parlaaal-The Cammt.
alsl ta (he Iteaene rrnnre llnlntaln.
Ing at Nirlct Neutrality.
Ma rmp, Feb. It The Cortei l lav cie. 1 1
the foltorlng government r Furuera. for Pre.i
dent of the Council, reeelvH til rotes; Cordobi,
for Minister of W ar, 139, PI r Margall, for Mini
terof the Interior, tii, Nicolas Balmeron, for
Minister of Justice, UTt FrancUco Sslmeron, for
Minuter of the Colonies VA Deranger, fo. Min
liter of Marine, tii, Castelar, for Minuter (f
Foreign Affairs S45j Dec errs, for Minister ef
Public Works ttt: Echeatrar. for Minliter
The newiyo1ertcd memiier of ihe Gnrem
ment look their eeati ittmn the mlaitterlal
Figueraa then addressed the Avomldr V,
said be owed hi appointment tt poiiiuat rtr
cnmitancea. He lielierM that Oranej woull
have been nominated bad he been present He
promised that the Spanish people shonij ja fa
tare have Ihe utmost freedom In the choice ot
their ruler and representatives Re then real
nnraerons telegrams from the provinces how
Ing that public peace an 1 order had been every
where preserTed. He hope I that a republic
would ie establlshel forerer, anl that Spain
would henceforth exercise her Just Influence in
Ihe affair of Europe.
He believed lhat other latin nations woull
not I slow to Imitate ber example. The eov
ernmentnowcohsen wotill Insure the natioral
The Assembly ihen a ijourned
A president of ihe Cone will be- tleeied to.
nta nTT qtixt.
The city li qnlet to-nlaht. The revolution win
le celebrated by a grand Ulnmlnatlon.
TUB KIM TO MATE IMaXDIATXLT.
Paatsreh. lt-A dispatch hai I-ren reeelr.!
here from Madrid, announcing that arrang
menu bad beea madl for King Amadou and the
royal family to leave lhat city at six o'clock this
ITALIAN FatdATE TO COVTIT TOE Ktta TO ITALY.
Narus Feb. It An Italian frlnte has sailed
from this port for Lisbon to meet Ama 1cm and
eymrey him to thl country. Another man-of.
war hu gene to Valencia to bring away tho
ex-King a attcn lant an 1 conrt eqnlppage.
raiwea ltuoxo xxracrxn in pakis
PabiS Feb. It. Prince Alphonso. son of er.
Queen Isabella of Spain, 1 expected to arrive In
Pari to-morrow from t lenna.
rouucKtn ooinci to Madrid.
The principal commnnlsl of London. Dntsset
and Genera nave tarted from these rules tor
The French Government hai Issued Instrac
lions to the authorities along the Spanish Iron
tier to redouble their vigilance for the preven
non 01 violation 01 rrencn neutrality
Ikdoi, Feb. 13, a. tn Dlspatche from
Madrid announce tbat ex-King Ama lens with
hie wife and children, has gone lo Lisbon, wheio
ha will remain until spring. Pari telegrams re
port that Don ( arloa is preparing to take ad
vantage of the crisis In Spain to push hi claim
lo the throne. A meeting was bell at the real
dence ot Duke d Aumale yesterday, at which one
hundred thousand million of francs were sun-
acrltied to aid Duke de Montpcmier in opera
(ion agsinii tne repnouo in Spain.
Prince Francois d'Aulre. the consort of Oneen
Isabella, ha left tarU for Madrid. SenorOI
toga to-day took leave of Thiers au I departed
tor prooaoiy me same iiciuneuon.
London, February 17, 10 a, ni. Hjnce c o lock
this roorntag dispatches bare been received from
aiaurtd giving an account of the situation there,
which la more favorable than wai honed here
No disturbance of any kin I I reported, an I
there eeetns to be a disposition on all hand to
maintain order and support the measiirei ot ihe
The Cortea yesterdsy wu the central noint nr
Interest, and bulletins of tbe proceeding were
accordingly awaited tor by crowds of per
on In all public place of the city The two
nouses auemtiien at a late hour In the day
TOE KINO MKMAOE.
A formal message of Klnv Amadcui hu re 1
In each Chamber separately. It open with the
statement thai the King has maturely considered
the question u to what course he ought to pur
sue with reference lo the Spanish throne, anl
hu flrrnly resolved npon that course. When he
accepted tbe crown he did so unlertho belief
mat me loyany or tne people who hal called
him would compensate tor the Inexperience
which he bad brought to bl task, hut he had
found that herein be was deceived. If ihe enr
rale who bad beset hi path ha 1 been foreigner
he would not have taken tbe course now deter
mined upon, but they are Spaniards Dy thrm
Spain had been kept In perpetual cPsquiet, All
hi efforts to quiet her, or put an en I to tbe in
trigue which were ihe source of her agitation,
bad proved unavailing. It was not enough lhat
he bal partisan support. He ha I no wiih to re
main on the throne ai the King of a parly. He
therefore announced hi abdication on behalf of
himself and his heir.
tbe aorxatiOM courts
I'pon the completion of the readingof the mes
sage the Senate and Congress met tosether in
the chamber of the latter an I constituted them
selves into the Sovereign ( orte of Spain
Senor Itirero, President of theCouirreas waa
".. r.ij .u.u..r .urine prracn.tlnn of
order inj me neculloo ol uwdHmioltb,
a tow wu men men on tho emeu on ol ,p
Kptlu wimonl .llxuMlon it, .Mmiion ol
Amadeui, tori It w.i .rceplr.1 oainlmouilr
A roromlwloa from in, mrmtrof ibo ,t,
tn.l 1 CnurrH, wi. men ,pnoute.l to ilrnli .ret
oliillontoiname..in.l another romml.lon
10 M-rompinj ihe King 10 in, frontier.
in. ..ri.LIV PECUHEn.
rwnor no then Brono.ml . nuiniiu . ...
I.MM, republic, n.l re.lln. In in.AKn,tr
IM lupreme power. Tb, rcolntioa wu iIopicTi
hy vol, of IM jeu tnlnil s nri. p"sl
Tb Auemtili wm iiui In uwon when in,
foreiolnj w,i ulecraphe.1 from MuiM.
LOMPOM. reli. It. noon. Iinh.. .1.1.11. .. ...
nroeeejUoM In lb, Hpmlin I orlei eler.lf
hive inn Mra rweliM. The re..liion "r
"Jn;.V1.0,,fior,rl"r"'1 MMonw.1 Irivoli
ol Bl to ll, romprl.e.1 leveral proi.iluon,
mnn which were (no followlnr 1""'"",u".
Tt 8jln l ileenre.1 repnblle , thit the
Nwon.1 Ai leinl I f Minnie all mi power, of , i.
premo tolboniji mil Ibej piwlnl.re.u.iuilnle
OoYemmenl lo execute ibeir Uecree.-ih,i ii
ferre.1 tbe (lulr of detemilnln. ih. fnn.. i. .r5
lllullon. " " '""'
Th, resolution i ,mile.l Into wrenl pan,
an.l each part waa acle.1 upon Kpamtelr. ' '
in, proililona tletlarlo lb, repuilio. ,n,l
Te.Unno wrereljn power In lh.A.emlj
w,n vloplkl. Th, remaining ilaiMM iiri
then Uaen np for ill.cu4.lon. """
Henor Balmeron Jeclire.1 hi. cont Iction tbat
th, lOTernnienl of Zorllla (.uiHil in recclvs Ih.
aupirtolth, Auembl,. llf .lemanS mat.
of Henor Plo wero Mlopte.1. '
Senor liliero anawere.1 mil ibe preal.lenl of
U, IVirw, wu mpoulul, forllie .rren iitoii
ot lb, public price .nj onler.
BenorZorlllarameilown lnlolhelm.ljof the
II, wi, mini morler l.y the rreallcnl ami
""l Iu reiurae hi. .cat uion Ih, lulnuieriil
Kenor Marlon, Mlnlaterof Foreign Affaln. aal t
lhat It ra lo lj ileplore.1 thai Ihe rre.l,lent ient
op th, forma .f lirannj when the nionarrj "in
being Biineraedeil by a republic. '
Seunr lileero Ihereiipon left th, chair an 1 tha
Sy """' " "Ue-l lo"." I;
KITiKO 10 ,i rUDIOIVT.
LONDOir, relt If 1 p. in Th, followlno- ,11.
ltcn from Madrlu baa lual been f recclrij '
It la helleve.1 hero lhat Senor lllrerS iri-,i i.,
fl lb. Cortes will I,, ,e PrJaMnVc! ihi
iMt'uffi' """"'"0 '"""""" ' W
Peifect or ler U now preaerve.1 In Ma In I
Th, aililu la of th, iruop. of iV, regular ,rn,r
an I lh Na-lonal OuaM I. Mllafai-tory r
Iiup.rl.nt .MenloTor Ibe MoJIcile.
Nw iom.rib.lt.Tb, Uoel a.,,: .J. ,.
porunt meeting ol Hi, ayn.llcau w"a "el I mi
jeateMay ui roualncr what la lennSl the ilim.M
S'.."1' """r thai Ihe rn licit, tail, i
lloo,ouo,(iol ivciwintlei rallo.1 I, J ih. ijeff
tur. tbo tall having Ineu uJa,' , ,f, ,,.,s'f r5:
me i IMunt of Ih. .yli.lkate. Iu opl" " ;,'
Ht, the aulMcrlptlou tilth, newln.ii ?hi i...
triT4.illm'r.'lwivli,.Yltul. lutl ffu,)