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WASHINGTON CITY, D. C, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1873.
iv i.atiiii:ii a. cr.RAnr.
Southwest rornrr of lenn ave andr le.entliatrcet
(tSF urjfMiF.n cAntm of rorKFT run fbv,
rAiiU'curtFRy, t onhihtjmi of rmUh
AMtIOflKH,tlfiANi TA1I1K SrNA?iL
iifiirrnir I'BininM ih'hib,
Annirii imi ill nrnr,n mni i
HAITI- llHi VVXT AMP H FPU ID
FLFVFM NFW fllLUil lVATCHFS, IN GOOD
OwaimnnFnAMtVttiViTy window rami
I, regular, rises, tenllrrty
IMK, kc, be, AT MJO
rum manning at 1
LY MORNING. rt
February- IS, MT3,
W o'clock, w shall sell, at onrsue.
tlon rooms, th above mentioned a-ooda, toa-etlisr
wlih many other article, unneceaaery In ennrae-
fehia LATIMEH k n.KAItV, Atlrti
1)YJATIMER V CLKAUV,
i Aac4WioeTa and Il4F.t. Broker.
Snulhwcat corner Won evcnne and Eleventh sir t,
Star Office Budding.
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f (ID HAT IT HI 'A 1 .
VtfTv 1XTL rnmrnmrtnir tlf n
Ir- Min efwima. r Ahall ali an krvllnt iimfI.
" rsenj Of pBredeemed pled.rcs from IheeMsb.
itaw Vnrk i
ftoMand Kilvee Btalrhea.
tldrbalns, Itlrun.. .
A flneaMnrtrnentof Ladles' Jewelry,
V aupertor collection of Clotbintr.
taenia' Platola ana Itrvolvera
Tnvet her with ntanr other art IcImi naoecMwar to
fet.144 LATlMF.lt k CLEARY, Aarti
Ma liui nrthwrt corner Truth and D atrreta.
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OMF HLAPK WAINtTT FTtAMFD PAH
rtl'irf. liFIIOIJtTrBrp.IN RIMrtON
IITHKl MI 11 Ml WKI.11 l MAHIILr,
r iv I'Ainwu
a J , isi., comraiirinirt in on a. wennau
m " ' 'i" rraiaenwMif a la lr lieoilnlnif
i' betwreo R and H etreeta norttiweat.tpi rv
alt the Rtata leirtmeut,l the aUiTe-dewril-ed fur
Yn rail tha attention of thmwwbtMnir aiet-llanl
niltura, to at lend the. aale, aa tha rooda art nearljr
firWiOintf in ur iuiij iiim- iaf !
tAHT.ArAItCTiON. ,, 4 , . , M ,
Ur virtue of dead of t mat loin, dated Jona
aa, 1871. anddnly recorded In Ulr No.&3. fn!o 1.
otw'of tha land rorordi or waahiavton, i. v. and
Atlu reinel of the partr aneured Iberebr. I will
nary ancured II
i prrml, to
ha hibMt bidder. on RlUAV.rrTrnarr I, trial
4 o'clock P. m , part of nrbrlnal 1x4 4, In Hiuara cl
laiaoded a fullowai lketrtnnlna: at tha uortheaat
roruer of ai4 Lot, and rnnrdn tbeooe wet as feet
et H Ineh, tbenra north luo fei 4 lochea to beaio
Blntf,toTi her with tha Imprornnenta thereon.
Term t llno caaht baJana la all. twelv and
vtxhteea moaiUia. lo h aecnred by a deed of Iriut
npontbarroiwrtjri WOdownonwrnoeof bid.
U Urana of aala art not eotaoUM wlih within aareo
dara arter aala tha Iniate rrrrea the rural to re
aeil tha property, at tha rUk and coat of tha def anlt
lnpurcbaari( nDJt WARwrn -
Jatl-eokiU UULEN It UflDjAilH. Aorta,
tar Tnr arotk rauc in ronrroxED untii.
MoHOi .. rtT Ih&K WAKER. Tnttee.
frT-MftdM OfLZtSk SllXlAUd.Ancta
I 1VAI.I A- C'O AnrtUairrns
IteW alarm iiiiuuiiyr. ,
no and Hd R. W. nor. !. rr. wd
m man nrm
riNC MODERX OIL TAINTISOR
CFLFBEiT A ARTIRTH.
and a haudanme aelertln of
riuiLIHK. rltKNCU, (JUIMAN
ited In bearr Hold Ijeaf 1
iedtoua br lb UetroHilIun Arttfallerr of
rYorkt tOlakaHar at enr Htera.lNew Mr
U UOUOJBjr.t r"a,iw ana a "..- 'Z-f". .VJ.
II, II and If, M.S. coaunrurliut racb rn-nliw at 1
Wa wpertfnllr Inrtw rrhlemt aiamlnatlnn of
theaeworha of art, aa tha ltlujliwa f bjijl
Uowti aruita, and ttMOnraiina frt-rn the beat pob
.tahera In rurop and A merles. Ulle tba watr
iVlora are ail Imwrted (ntro Uwdon. and repreeebt
raika of the lineal artlata In thai metroilla
CaMjupnea readf nd Pain'"' OU fihlblllon
ff rrtra tUlurday, rebrnarr i inaiani
19 V ClUtratV V AVILMAMrt, Anrtlsnerra,
vtrlna of a deed rf truel to n from i It M a
laherand wtfe. dated afovewTfr .lTl.ol re.
4-ord tn tiWr N
IS SSSfb w'X&tt7&rnrV$T
i r.r lh kiJdta of the note aectirad Iberebr. 1
rxaockn. sa-. rart of M. numberwt fourteen, n,l
U BflttsM numbered ahBdrtBoa Hsbiy.iwn,)
SAiaU fa4 M an
wsaa vt mat urmu u , "-.. i
TUUHU, U MIMI, IBV1VUM ."W-
wbiea wiiat If , SaXnumailItoly merael
j tha bataao In aia aiut twelve ntontha, i
opat nf 4k dtfauitlwr
TDH nc llfP
iZZ:i.A. mil NkU II.I.IlUlL Ancta.
I)VUlTRiy & y iIxIAIK, AnetUneer
i No, Wl. wrthweideoraefTenth aad U atm-la
retva raisjiu, wtiu "; z3L - i f.7-
' aa.1 aft n
from day of sat lb tniai rerva ina rucu, i re
romdayof aW H
sell the property ai tn rws imwjw n
H'"",T ' ""w ILl I AM. BflIOirit, Truatee,
OREEt II UlLLUun. AttCiuMiecra.
wyv jlltBENdf WIfXIAlfH. AaeiUaaers, I
JL Wh nortbweal corner w .ibibiwimkith
ulSllro.i bIOJt-l frjllM
dorr J. dXrH ,'t'!.'"l!WJJ
uaiuySamX uk Ik.
i"" ":ji"j.i.r.i iu
f otnoM bMrtoV lo i-r mat. inl.rMt. ,n3 mmiI
W 3i rt trill ooE. pmnC ji All coo.r.
SSaSwiankml rat. Jnn buodrfljd
titliil lt'l Aucllonnr.
I WALL V CO.. Aaetleaeers.
Nos. BOO and m pfnnarwsti. avouiie, corner of
new sis rot muiwuuh
p. 0 , rl ajili t publw f "won, on
iK.hltliSkvf rabraarr.lft71.et 4 O
February, lftis, at ci
i" " Wf "!"ffi2"f ,"iJ2&r
mirtorl, P U, and bvinv
uiuirvl.loa or wiur, lit.ali.ml MX buiiart I
"rKSI'lotiVl"'"!! tfiontof .lotl... fwt on I
ii .nd .uh u lotiroTid br . lw.torr kui
am.?' .. wlllV)nlrf tb.ron .t tnf rf t. of
Im rcutni Mr inbtn from tWolr -, lrt knd
tWiof lb. .H-DM. of Ml. ch on rrb hmuK .ni
5Sr S ill A ! it li ", .! .r
..5fn3.tlSl.of Al &rnr.'n!rkl!h.tof
KbWr w u,IMVWi&iS!K5
Tk V finRFN A: WII.1-1 ilt Aucll...rr.
B VlWrwrtfirM coruSAcuIb .nd I) .lr..l
"L t wR aril.' at rHio
oflhiaitibaCbyaocure.l, I wui bcii, si rff
nlVlilMrl nf the iremUra, to the blybeMl bid
.ArnTkUfatr-aAtfbt. (m.) la.)iswfa r. Ke lay'
tiiii fot lirbtr(ltt. (s,l In Joeph F. Keilay'
huSrid insnveJiUeibeT. UJ ib im-
V term-annually, II
h within O.edayi
of the diuultiBur
. k..-u,J,4 ! th rial SI
purrhsMr. UowveyancJnir at vircl
, ixirchsaer eosi, , us
fjaDxlrea Oduara a
tra d rwn when tha prmnri strut a
I'UTTAttK nviTf h; rATr naiia i aim.:
(Aft fttNINftriUfllMj ftPKlNO. HVhK Aflli
COTTON TOPMATTItEHMFWJ Fr A Wr 11 PIL-
ijm Alb nni,HfFliH jiHtmHr lb.Varujii
AND RTAlIirAlll'Flril fNttlUIN BFDIUHJw,
HlOlfcfl; CmK-KMti-; KIKI1K.N I'tF.NHlfjt,
m rttNWA' oWJffifv "l.V
lwrkt of uolumbl.. .nd inowii .n I dltlnifvt.b.l
,vwvnr ,v a&
lata?! ao-XSaVi uVTfI isU u onb . mdW
WlUiaOua.Ksas. bMwell k Co., and
. " "r". i? .ITtlA .vst.Ae i. isti an J
FOREIGN AND HOME INTELLIQENCE
All IJnlrl la Mpnla CaHrlnr MrnilfrUs
Fsrwardril la Farrlaa Tswrr-IiMtr-rMlsff
Prbair la the IlrliUU I'arila.
Mtfttskra Nlnic1 fsr Mfr-Th
.MIsmmH nrlWerr Ca-Tu It I ml
LanUtnna ?U1sisrr-rsrii Fl-
Hes rrralJenta f the Armblr Rlrrlrd.
MADn Feri. 14. The National AwemM tin
rlrrtrd firilrs lonf , nnm, tnd Oban vice
The Mr?Mlarrpl; totbr klai'i mMgf ot
tfKiirtiinnrutioptrd. it ronriadm witn tnr
declaration tbAt whfO lb nrrarnt peril, ron
plrtclen tnd obatarlei ire orerrome th Pptn
ianli will not h able to offrr Amtdrnk crown,
tmt titer will offer him another illfroltr, that of
belnjt a rlilKfn of k frre ind Indrpen Irnt
UrARTKRO HA MWT
Mn wknrtf at ronirritnUtlona tn the new ptovrro
menl. Till AMBAKUTWH AT FABt,
Woieia. th Rptnlah trabajMiailor at rarla.
thrice tendered nu rcaiffaatioD, tint the norern-
ment reqneetH him to remain for the at tee of hi
country and Ubertf, and ha consented,
Cnniirri hare ten the rinltat with Mtnlitcr
aaieiiri mnnireaio lor inreiai i-owrra.
Eminent atateamen are trtlnit to nrevail on the
noTernment to rellnrialah the Idea of illrldlna;
ine ronniry iqio arparaiw riaien ami lorminaj a
Federal t lor eminent like the t'nlied Antra. It
CarTAlX (IRNENiL or aunnifl.
fleneral NnnTlllaa ha lren appointed Ca.nta.ln
TI1R AintCATIO TOIlTTAaT.
The TmvarHal declarea that the art of abdlra.
tlon waa volnnUrr.and hertonal. The Klnjfa
ainrr wm ojujubcti im m
1UK HI IkAII.
The fWreaiwftriVaWd aava the flaar of the renuh
Tl will 1 violet, white and red.
it mrepone.i tnai uen. Ttnrinn, rommanier
Inhlef Intbe north, hadteletrranhedhlaadhe
aloa to the new f fremmai
DlFTTHaM-B H ALTO"SrrrSEWKD.
Rlurht dUtnrbanoea hare taken Place in Mala to.
Irak order has teen reitored. 1 ha annw la ao
deen In the neighborhood of Madrid that rail,
road are blockaded and the running of train
roanAHiin in riTAiJitii.
Gtn. Parla ha been ertnolnted tn the chief
command of the troop In Catalonia.
aaAX3APOMTO sa arrniirrxD.
Bennr Orenaa will nrotiablr tieannolntetl am-
baaaador at Part, Ahartnga at lndon and Fin!
Dtgtn to at rraraa nn r. ,
A decree t exprcte! auppreaalng tlllea and
Ill rumored that the Hot al I'alac here will
l converted Into a mnaeam atvl academy of art.
Revolntlonary Jnnla whlrti hare long tieen
ex laung In secret In the prorlncra are dissolving.
RpanUItaoks hart offered financial atd to the
The r;svrf report the defeat ofaerrral Car'Ut
bands In Catalonia.
TBI KX-XtXil AT UlBO.
Llttor, Feb. 14. Ex-King Amadeni and family
were met on their antral at the railway atation
by the King and Queen of Portugal, Prince
August and the member of the Cabinet. The
Italian ambasaailor received Amadeua. The ex
iting waa weak and was carried In a Redan chair
to the falsi. The street which they paued
niaaTt tit tri ronn uik akskmblv.
UsaoN.Keli.14. In the Chamber of Denntlea
toniay a debate arose on recent events In Hpaln.
Pilva aald there waa rcnon to expect the
changes In ihenelghitorlng count rr would have
an echo tn Portugal, lie urged all tn aupport
The Prime MlnUter replied thai be saw no
danger to the conn try.
Amaden will leave Llabon for home m anon
a iheOueencan tiear the fatigue ol travel.
The Idea of annlonof Rpainand IMrtngal h
TUB KHItXAR AKHY TO BI tHSl INDXII.
Farm, Feb. u. Meveral days' mall from
Madrid now due.
The report that a meeting waa rerenllv bckl
at the residence of Pun D'Aumale In the In
tereu f the Imkeiva Msntrwnaler I pronounced
Rpecial to Part Journal from Madrid reperl
Flguraa intend to dlaband the regular army
and rely ao eiy en Ike rivtr gnirl fr the prewr-
lsiiuci i iirucr.
The Uaittt 4 Vmwt aayatbrre I a party In
ini I'nnnnipw biuit. won a id runamnri. in
favor ol tha republic and an lertan union.
iiaaiiAitv to aaronwirx rua savrsur.
BBIUN, teh.14. The RpanUh Wlnlattr had a
conference of two hours with Prlure HUmarrk
to-oay. me immstuaia recogniunnoi tne ipn-
Uh rptMie by tiennaay U expecict
Til HUITIHUJAUI.I Ull
MalUa that all Treaties be Habsaliteil la
Parllameat before ItatldcalUa Speeches
artlladalaae and Otbers.
IjONPOM, Feb. 14. tn the Home of Common
thl evening Peter ltyland moved that all trea
ties be aubmltted to Parliament before exrhanire
of ret Heat Ion, and supported his motion In a
long speetn. iqec)reii ioai tne aaningron
treaty would not hare leeo ao amblguou and
iinsatUfactory If It hail irat been laid l fore the
llonse of Common and there discussed.
The motion was seconded by Alexander llll),
member from Coventry, and the debate waa con
tinued for some time, when Mr. (laditne arose.
lie characterised the motion aa a proposal for
the greateat constitutional Change within hi
recoliertlon. He ailmlttM that the treaty of
M aahiugton waa not perfect, 1 he question was
raise.! a to whether the lolled Htatr would
have accepted anything else. With all respect
fnrAmerbfaalnailtut1oo,be2nuat aaythat the
Senate power over foreign engagements com
plicated negotiations, ami weakeqed the hanU
of the (lovernment. It rauit be reraemteml
that the Hecate proceeded secretly In these
matter. He apprehended that the House of
4Xiniuon would be unable Itself to bold secret
sessions, nor could It Improve matter by ap
pointing a committee on foreign relations to
meet in aecret and make engagements with other
England, a a member of the European family,
occupied a noaltkm with relation toother Pow
er iMTcrliig widely from-that of the t'nltrd
mates. Lord John Manners, Hlr WilfordlJiw
son and Auberon Ilerliert tuiortM the motion.
Hertrrt declared that unless the House was al-
lowen io revise an prorsruiDgs ot me iiavern
racntthe reanonslliie Govennnant would le a
fane and the Ugtaliture hold a humiliating
position, a new ucicgaie rnururti ineitovrrn-
r, hee)ioqs and llwottst Enfleld followed
against ike motion. After several attempt to
fiml Ho lIoiiMlheaubJeff jualroponl.
Tbc Tirana I'slilblilou.
izkma. Feb. 14. The exhibition palace Is now
lompleted and good are being received;
Foreign commissioner are actively engaged In
arranainff their resnecUvB department. The
ecuou aaaignni to xrsner, bKjpi. sun iiirsey
are in a remsrxsiHe oouuiuwi ui mrwarunrMi,
ami slresilv attract unlillo attention. Ihe com.
missioner f or the VDlted. Htstc are anxiously
awaiting with the architect to pat the Amrrb.au
section iui o snspe mr rsvcivtug gouis.
Aaalber Credit Meblller iNVrsllaallda,
Dtauv, Feb. 14. The royal message waa re
ceived lo the Chamber of Deputies to-day ap
Snintlnga commission to Investigate lAaker's
Lsciourof rormption In high bfflcia, rirclea
in connection wttn railway com rsninn.
I'rapaaeJ Ceas promise vtttb American Itaa
ArUIIil l I-Clr. II. ttJkTlUMIU"! mwil
K. Brown and Colonel Jama (lanlner hare writ
tan letter favoring Colonel Kneed1 proposition
tocompromU with the Htate of tleorglaonthe
part of the American bondboidera, who propose
(o aurrender nearly aeven million bonds II the
Hiate will Issue new bond to the amount ol one
million alx hundred and nxtytx thousand Dve
numtreq noiiara. wnicn tney wui taae si ninety
The I-eailature la not prepared to give the
matter aerloua conMdc ratloo, aa pubUo opinion I
considered to be thoroughly averse to tha com
promise. No amount of outside preaiupa can
Induce favorable consideration from the Legisla
ture, aa it is believed the Issue of new bund
just author! ted, amounting to ll.two.OoO, bearing
tight per reuL,cau be negotiated on favorable
term; Judge Hull and Gen, Denning are op
posed to compromise, but It U stated that othtr
prornlQanl ciuacn favor 1L The people don't
see the necessity of It yet. All uaury laws bat a
been rcpealud. Capital Invested lu cotton and
woolen mill la exempt from taxation for ten
fears; iron furnaces and the manufacture of
ron for the aame period. Thl ha become the
settled DOllcv of the MUte. 1 he SLste. otters evert
Inducement capital to seek Investment In do-
iriuiu.s iuv vusi snu iron u.irrra.a, ,
TbaMkaaurl Sramterlal UtAt Case,
Br. Loris. Feu. 1L Tha tlsnuhliM ihlatnnm.
log. In rt fen lug to the miuority report on the
aubject of the ibinatorUI brtwry isae which waa
aubmltted to the House on yraierday, aays that
It aeeina from tha report ihstvarv Iniuortanl
sUdeuunta before the ooinmiue,have tu con
cealed from ine puiilio, and add that the report
will more than ever couvlnce the people of Mis
souri that thl investigation has been an exceed
ingly superficial, anil In vindication of Col. Bogy,
I won, than worth out.
ImpeRChinenl ef a Hinle C'lrcall Jadae by
the llosae ( IlepresealatlTes.
(Rneclal plapatcb. lo tha Republican 1
MoNTaOMiar, At a., Feb. l4The House of
TtepreHentkilrea to-day paael a reaotutlon of
Iraprarhment tgalnut Judge Jamea Q. flmlth, of
the Clrc'nlt Court, by a Urge majority. Judge
Smith waa formerly VnltM mate district attor
ney under Johnson; waadlamlsaed from office on
charge of cormptlon and malfeasance," waa
afterward elected Judge in a circuit where the
majority of voters were colored, and was of late
the leader of a movement to declare tha election
of Hon. fleorga E. Ppencer to the United Rtalea
Kenite invalid and informal. lie waa nimaeir a
candidate for the Renate, backed by a few Repub
lican and the Ttemocrata of the General Assem
bly. The Impeachment resolutions, however,
received a number of Democratic rote, and
were laed upon charge of bribery and corrup
tion in hia ornce aa Judge ol the circuit court,
nrpreaenutlve McAfee, who waa wounded on
Wednesday by Mabry, la better, and hope are
entertained of nil recovery.
Praclamallea ( 3IcKery.
Niw OaiJtAtrs, Feb, 14oTemor McEuery to
il iwuni inn iiiiiuifinx.
whereas information ha rearhed me that cer
tain pcranns In thla city and In partahea of the
nun oi i oniaians, not saving nn irgai lainonij
therefor, are lssiiluBctrrnlara and notice to tax
payer to come forward within a certain time to
pay inrir isxra snu ncenaen, tDrraicnins: rvrMin
penaltlea prescribed by law against all panic
talllnr tn romnlr with each notlcet
Row, lt John McEnery, OoTernnr of the
piaie ui umiflians, no ixmov ini". my
proclamation, warning all tax and license
payer not to obey or regard Burn
notice or demand, but to refoae and
realat the aame. andreroffnlae aa onlv lawfol
person rhargeil with the collection and enforce-
mrnioi isxrs inownuonoKi mrr u u roe
lectors, under the government ot the mate a ex
latingon the 4th day of March, 1971. and those
laiiiiH oil iiic -tin ui aiu, tat, iim hiwd
who hare tieen snnninfed and commlsalnneil bv
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sppoiniru snu re
rtion will be rui
ran proieriion win oe guarsaicru ny ine
Oovfrnment to all rltlzenaorthe Htate agalnat
snr nrnsltles or violences whlrh mar be at
tempted by persons who may seek to enforce
their illegal demand and Bria, and to exerrUe
theif naurped power and authority tn the prem
ises, raorooxp LRfliauTiTRroMrRoaiisx.
At a meeting of both lgtslatnrea yesterday,
the Ilepubllcan agreed to accept the proposition
of the rualonist to organize a general assembly
composed of members returned br loih boards
provided aurh course I acceptable to the Na
tional Administration. A committee waa ap
pointed to telegraph the S anhlngton anthortiles
for in format ion.
Jadge llaardmaa llealea a MetUa fer a
New Trial In Ike HlaL.es Case.
New Yoag, Feb. 14. Tha decision of Judgu
Tioardman In the Kiokea case was received by
trial, and In an opinion gives bis reason tbe
lownsend. counsel for Htokes, states that In
rase the decision of Jodge Davis should le Rd
erse to granting ft new trial, application will be
mad toother Judges, and la the meantime he
wui endeavor to obtain a letter from Judge
Boardman to Governor Ptx recommending a
reiplte. Woke la bitterly disappointed at the
adverse decision of Judge Itoardmen, and la
greatly agitated. He has strong hopes, how
ever, that Judge Deris' decision will be favor
able. raoMonoy or a rourg omrxR.
Superintendent of street-claming and form
erly Captain 1 home waa to-day advanced inc.
cesslrely three police grades, from patrolman to
captain. It la rumored he will next lw raised to
the position of superintendent of police. In nUr-o
A .11 1 slater la IHagracr,
rniLADBLrRU, Fen. 14. The case of Mra.
Linlly Kerr is. Iter. W.A. kerr, pastor of the
First Preabvterlsn rhurah in Willis mar jrt. noon
charges of falachool and unfstth fulness aa a
husband, was ronclndetl before the Northum
berland Presbytery thl afternoon with the fol
lowing resulti For snstatnlng rhargea si, not
sustained 7, snatslned la part t. In accordance
with the vote a resolution n a adopted disposing
Mr. Kerr from the gospel ministry and from
communion of the church. Vol lee waa given
that appeal would he taken to the synod of itar
rlsburg. TKI.IX.HAPIIIC NOTILS.
(1eoroe A. Clsrk. tbe cotton thread manu
facturer, of Newark, N. JM diM suddenly yes
terday. He was worth $3,000,000.
Conntlternstorff. the flerman amneaaador.
I ill at IdOtwlon,
The civil rlaht bill which naased the Arkan-
aa Nenal last week wa defeated In the House
yesterday by a vote of 87 lo 34.
John M. Hodges, a broker, wa kllel ir
night by fain oar downstair at bis residence i
ntinsTrnuv, nis iura.
The new Hnsnish flnvemnient has nardnned
set era! prisoner under exerntion at Barcelona,
AmBleiuhaaarritedBtlUhon. An Italian
sqnaitron I reported la the Tagua,
The Mlrhsan Rentte vestenlsr nnsni-
tnously paaseil the Joint resolution in favor of the
iWH(S uj ivnirrna oi ruicuauarKcr iuii pru
iblilnfftineanal discrimination by railroad com
panies lo passenger and freight rate.
The lurr in tbe Rcaunci case, at New York.
wa completed yesterday, and the court ad
journed until Mouday.
A Are veitcrdar morning in the liar eno
frelaht ilenof. on Franklin atreet New ork.
damaged Jamcrera card board factory, tw.ooo.
usniugiouv niscnine anopa, viu,vv i ngers
telegraphic luatrument factory, 13,000; Kent
knitting machine factory, ltroO; and the build
log was damagd, 930.nuo. 1 be freight car on
the around Door were run out with content
Jaase George, ft prominent rlilxen of Phila
delphia, died yesterday, aged M years, ot apo
plexy. In Is be gave that city eighty three
acres of land, to form ft part of Fairmont park,
worth to-dav kMou). lie was a member of tbe
Society cf Ir rirnd. John Vox, one of the oldest
aurveyora of the t ity, also died yesterday.
An engine exptoded at the Pinviiie depot
Ttlchmonl, ant killed the flrrman, Henry llob
Humors are current In the street of Havana
of a revolution In Hpaln. No telegram are ptil-
lisneu. aun tne peopio are sept
situation In the mother country.
Jotle Maria Morallre. one of Ihe ol leal mer-
rhanta of Havana, 1 dea-L
Forced checks noroortinar to have been
drawn on tha I nlted 1st s tea Asslatant 1 reasnrer
at Han rrauclsco by the nuiursiug omcera or
Anson nave teen uiscovercu. t ney amouni in
several thouiiaud of dollar.
eleven memhera of not. Jack's band nf
Modoc- Indiana hate been Indicted for murder
at Jacksonville, uregon,
A. M. York. n. F. Klmpann. Frank nacon
ana a si. jnnnson, at ivsnasH. ten r. i.niiis ist
night for Washington to testify In the Pomery
The last erand lurv at Kan Franc sco haa
oeen neciaroi inegaiiy tirawu. inis iirriiion
overturn the Indumenta against 81a. k and
The Italian Senate ha adopted a lau tetory
and affectionate address to Amaden.
The court at Cincinnati on Thursday aet
aside the will of the late Iter. Hamuel J. Browne,
whereby nearly $aoo,oot) waa iequeathei to en
dow a college, ill relath ca agreo to give, itoo,
ooo to ard tha endowment of the Uinclnuail
I'nlreralty. The ground far the setting aside
wa tha testator1 unsoundness of mind.
At Philadelphia yesterday the Jury la the
Slner and Kaa case rendered a verdkt of guilty
on the fourth count, maintaining and Betting up
At a conference of trunk railway freight
Ligenta, held recently In New York. It wa deter
mined that no reduction la tariff be made. The
disparity which heretofore existed between ra tea
from New orfc and Boaten, and ot several other
roads, ha been removed. The BaitlBtore and
Ohio railroad, however, 1 not a party to the
A resolution waa Introduced la the New
ork Heuate yesterday calling on the orflcisl of
th Erie railway to furnish, under oath, the dif
ferent amount paid for legislative action in Wi
for the passage of the Erie classification act.
John Oaffney, the murderer of Tatritk
Fabrey, waa executed at Buffalo yesterday, i he
Crlsoner, contrary to expectation, net death
rarely. He acknowledged that he had feigned
Insanity for the purpose ot saving hi life.
a Hriiirr kmii uii iud iui.iih,!, vih-
clnnatl and Lafayette rai)road,going kaat, Thurs
day night, ran oft the track near eleven, Ohio.
A Pnllman palace car waa overturned and a
Dumber of passenger were bruised, but none of
tn cm (vers nauKcrvuai iujuib i.
The woodenware factory or Win. Bacon, at
St. Louis, waa almost w hoi ay destroyed by ttre
jvaiciuaj, idiwa iiwui u,irw it, ",""".
Tne rngata Aiasxa na arnvw at sew i on.
from Hong Kong.
The steam hip Washington, which sailed oc
Thursday fur Havre, returned to New York yes-
icniay niw uvr imwu-iwi utva.vu.
Palsaacilby aLesdf Hnllct.
On Friday laat Dr. Small waa called to attend a
young man named Clarence Abbott, who waa 1 1
at bU residence. Dr. Braall discovered unmis
takable symptom ot lead poisoning. It appear
that Abbott waa wounded In th thigh by a mln
nie bullet at the battle of the Wilderness In Itwi,
and that lbs bullet could not be found at the time.
He haa suffered somewhat ever ainc. Drs.
Small and Gordon on Bat unlay morning ether
ized the patient, and proceeded to make a surgi
cal examination, which resulted in the discovery
of the ball in the thigh. Tbe bullet waa Incased
in a bony aubsiance of abojat the alae of a goose's
egg, tho shell of which waa one fourth of an
Iui b thick. The bullet haa been tumbling about
la tbl cavity for eight year, and become worn
and polished m smoothly a though It had been
dou on aa emory wheel. Bufflount amount of
tbe lead, however, had permeated the incasing
ami entered the ratern to 'produce lead poison
Irnr. whlrli would have, oroved fatal tn a short
time but for the timely relief afforded. frrtla nd
THE MORMON QUESTION.
PRUIOENT fiRAHT AND THE TWItt RUIO.
Tbe Granule l.nw af ibeTrrrlleryrralte!
Hi n tea Judaea Paerteas Against .Ifor
saaa Jarsrs The talervrailsa afCou
are larekcd-Thf C'aurta itmbtir-
rasseit by the Igtalaturr Tsrrpaleace
and Dlssrdrr Apprcheaded,
The President sent the following mesaMo
TothttonatmnA Uatft fttprttrntatir!
tuiiiiucr my iiuiy in t sn inr iiirniniii m
congre to the condition of affairs In the 1 errt-
tory oi t tan ami to ihe iiangrr likely to arise ir
It rnntlnnea fiiirlnrr Ihiimmlri rm ritm a
threatened conflict between Dim reileeai anil
.-?-,?. ""l !? necesMrym regir.1 v the
a of the t'nltetl Htates, and 1 only arish now
to refer to ao much of that policy a concern
their Judicial affair and the rnforcrmreit of law
1-llr.ln fk.l. n...W '
No material difference are found In respect tn
these matters In the organic acta of the Territo
ries, but an examination of them will show that
It haa been the Invariable policy of Congress to
place and keep their rivit and cHmlnal Juris lie
tlon, with certain .limited exception, la the
hand of person nominated by the President
end continued by the Henste, and that the gen
eral administration of Justice should be as pre
scribed by Congressional enactment.
Hometimes the power given to the Territorial
Legislature has been aomewhat larger and
sometime aomewhat smaller than the powers
generally conferred. Never, however, have
power been given to a Territorial legislature
Inconsistent with the Idea that the reneral fnrtl.
cat n re of the Territory was tn be nnder the dimt
supervision or me .National Government.
Accordingly tbe organln law creating th Ter
ritory of l tail, paased September B,lflnn, pro.
vldM for the appointment of a supreme Court,
lh InrlfreB tit Mrhtrh ar Itii1ra nf tti .liiiri. I
courts: u clerk, ft marshal and an attorney, and lo I
mrnc r cue rat onirisis is ronnncki juriseiciion in
all Important matters; but, a decided recently
by tbe Hupreme Court, the art r-fl,ulrea the
Jurors to serve In these court to be selected In
anch manner a the Territorial Legislature see
tit to prescribe.
it nas unnou'xeojy ncen ine iieire oi con
ress.ao far a Ihe same might be compatible
Ith the snnerrlsory control of the Federal Gov
ernment, to leave the minor detail connected
with the administration of law to regulation by
local authority, but such a desire ought not to
govern when the effect will be, owing to the po
ullar circumstances nf the case, to prodnre
conn let letween the I ed.-rel and the Terrttorlnl
authorities, or to Impede the enforcement of
law, or In anyway to emlantrer thcpcaceand
good order of the Territory.
Evidently It was never Intended lo Intrust the
Territorial Legislature with power which wool I
enable It, by creating Judicature of Itsown, or
Increasing the Jurisdiction of court abnolnte!
by Territorial authority, although recottalzed by
CoiigrcM, to take the administration of. the law
ontot the hands of the Judges appointed hy ihe
i rsii i cut, ur tu inirricrv nim inrir art inn.
Hererslyearaot unhappy experience make It
apparent that la both of tice respect the Ter
ritory of t'lah require special Irtrtstitlon bv
Congres. Public opinion In that Territory, pro
duced by clrrimstances too notorious to. require
unnrr uinirv, maaca n nrrrnasry, in mv opinion.
In order to nreveot the mlLrarrlao- of luatic i
and to maintain the anprrmacyof thl law of
the Co I ted Htate and or the Federal Gsvcra-
ment, to provide that the selection of grand and
petit Juror for tho district courts, if not put
under ihe control of Federal omcer. shall be
placeil la the hands of persons entirely tnde-
pendent of those who. are ileterralne-l not to
anrnrre in li I nt Crutn-rH, itLnnt Inn, M Hi.ni '
euforce anv Silnf Contrreasnlmnkloiia rr. I hem
and also to pasa some art which sbsll deprive
the probate court or anv court created by the
Territorial Legislature ot any power to Uiterfero
with or ImnMe the action of the court held bv
Ike United mate Judge.
1 am convinced that u long ftsCougreis leave
the selection of Juror to the local authorities, It
will he futile to make any effort to enforce law
not accepUble to a majority of the people of the
Territory, or which Interfere with local preju
dices or provide for the punishment of polyg.
amy, or any or It afflllaiwl vices or crimes.
1 orcanme that Congress, in passing upon the
abject, will provide all reasonable and proper
lifeguard to secure honest and Impartial jurors,
whose vrrdlcu will command conn lence and be
guaranty of equal protection to all coo. I and
law-abldlnff citizens, and at the same tune mste
it understand that crime cannot be commuted'
i nsve nciore sski msi wane tne taws creating
the several Territories have generally rontalued
uniform Provisions In resort! of tha Imiicisri'.
yet Congress has occasionally tarled these pro-
ii.iiiuHiii tinniriii-iaua, sa mr rircumsisnres oi
IheTerritorT affected seem tn demsoil. in I In
creating the Territory of Vtah Congress eil
dentlv.thonght that circumstances there might
require Judit lal rrmedlea not necessary In other
Territories j lor by section nine of the act creat
ing that Territory it Is pro, Hed thata writ of
error may be brought from the decision of any
Judge of the Hupreme or district court of the
Territory to the Supreme Court of the United
HUtca upon any writ of AarWa corpiM, Involving
tbe question, of personal freedom provision
never Inserted in any other territorial art except
that creating the Territory of New Mexico.
jni c-siraimiiiisry luu snows msi congress
intended to mould theoraanlc law lo tha nerulLir
necessities of the Territory, and the legislation
which 1 now recommend la in lull harmony with
the precedent thus establnhe-1.
I am advised that the I nlted Htalca court In
rtah bare been a-reatlr embarrassed i.v the
action of the Territorial Legislature la confer-1
ring criminal Jurisdiction and tbe power to issue i
writ of Aabena cot urn on probate court In the i
Territory, and by their consequent Interference i
with tha administration of lustlce.
Manifest! r the Lealstature of the Territory
cannot give to any court whatever the power to
discharge by AntVos roiyut persona held by or
under process from tlte court created by con-
(res, but coin pis In t la made that persona so
eld have been discharged In that way by the
I cannot doubt thai Congress will asree ulth
me that am ha stale of thing ought not longer
iu U0 .uirraim, snu mai no nass oi persons sny
where should be allowed to treat the Uwa of the
United Mate with open defiance and contempt.
Apprehension are entertained that If I on
gress adjonma without any action upon this sub
ject turbulence anil disorder will follow, render
ing military Interference necessary, a result 1
should greatly deprecate: and in Mew of thl
and other obvious considerations, I earnestly
rn-ouiiurmi mat ciinirrnx, at ine present Bra
slon, pass some act whlrh 111 enable the diitrlct
courts of I lab to proceed with Independence
and efficiency In the administration of law and
Justice. U. H. GRANT.
r irrirni. J4nai. feuroarj to, is a.
CURRENT NEWS F THE CAPITAL
Tbe Hp a til ill ltepitbllc Troop In I he
Haulbrra ISiates-Idaalataaa Politic
ni lace) Is nrs us Note Rnd (llp.
The Ilaultrupley !,
The President has signed the bill establishing
a uniform aysiemof bmkruptcy in the Unite I
VtimfacN AgalnNt .11 r. PoiMiroy,
Vorke, the leadlog actor In the Pomeroy in, es-
ligation, la expected here this erenlng. The In
vestigation will begin Monday, and miy not run
over three or four da) a.
Array and Navy (laaelle.
lieutenant Commander P. f.W ood-iou oiHlerctl
to the receiving ihlp Sapient; Mailer It. Claren
don Jonea to special duty at New Orleans, La ;
Master N. R. Harrl to the Frolic; EnMrn W'm.
F. Bulkleyand Hldney II. May and Mhlihlpmeu
J. !. Hunter to the Juniata.
Kaulfacm rialms C'ommllon.
ThecascB heard yestenisy were those of Col.
It. P. and Allen Dodge, of Georgetown, for prop
erty uken Id Alexandria county, amounting
to 111,500; estate of Jamea Martin, or Htaffont
county, vs., sii.ion, ann nusan a l-ivn, oi riar-
iiMiivuiuiij) ? ., ivr tU,IBU. ,
lar AFKiBuni . nur.
The Investigation Into tne political dlnkul(ic
la Arkansas, growing out of the recent election,
baa been suspended by the Senate Committee on
rrivllefeea and Elections, The summary disposi
tion of thaArkaniss vote for Presideut by the
Joint convention of the two house on Wednes
day obvlateatke necessity of farther Investiga
tion at thl time, and the whole subject Kill
run.iNj gu uvrr m mv nc vuujfrc",
Th Inillvlilnal nainit.1 Brl unhnla It urn ilitlm.
Ing to have been elected Renator f roiu Alat-atoil
liv tha I jmlatatnea f Ihil Cut, vkli.li mr. nn.lrk.1 "
from office under Attorney Gcueral, Williams'
compromise will present hi claim for a aeat In
the next Henate. He U armed and provided with
levul counsel, hut haa no certificate of any kind
whatever, for the simple reason that no cuinpe
t3l authority la tho bute could bo fourd to
Issue one for hi beuedt. On what ho bases hi
clalnu to a aeat I one of those thlugs, Ao.
Tbe fjoalslaaa Case,
Marshal Packard, United Htatoa District Attor
ney Beckwith and Mr, Tlnchback were at the
Department of Justice yesterday, and ha 1 along
Interview with tho Attorney General reipectlrj
Louisiana matter. The Impress! an prevail th
a new election will not be recommended. A dls
fatch from New Orleans laat cvenlog atatc
Qatatftcaucua of the Legtalature the Demo
crau legally elected had been asked to take aeaU
at the State-house, No other compromise wu
thought of, nor would ny other be proj.oi.,
Tbe Inlslana .lfsddle.
The Senate Committee oa Privilege and Elec
tion continue! Ita deliberation regarding the
Louisiana difncultlea, with but Utile prospect of
1 ft pcedy idutlon, It la leirotd that the propoal
recommend thit another b held, meet with the
favor of ft majority of the committee; bnt
various opinion are entertained by tbe member
rrgsrd.ng the proper and legal manner of accom
Itiishlng thl result. It la not known when the
inal report will ire submitted.
Tree Culture la ike West.
It 1 proposed that th military reservation In
Kansas on which Fort Harker I located, which
I about tn It abandoned, shall be donated by
tha General Government to tha fttate. for the
fmrposenr rounding an Industrisl rural achooi
n which the inhjeel ol artoncnlmre Khali be ft
leading and principal study. It h said that thl
rrserrstlon I oecnllsrlvadanted to the ejmerl.
ullarly adapted to the ejrperl
n of lieclduona and other trees
mental rultlvallon of lieclduona and other free
for the pnrpose of testing the adaptability of the
great Plains of the West to Ihe growing nf llm
lie griming inn
ommrttee has Ihe
ocr. . no nensic si unary ion
maitcr ii nder consideration.
I A Pralfsl,
Tbe CommUaloner of Internal Tterenue baa re.
iceivthia letter from BaperrUoT Terry, protest-
frig against the removal ot t'nited Htate
front the mate of Georgia ami Sooth Carolina.
lie aaya that It would be ft great misfortune to
me revenue sen ice. a the nmcrr re constantly
engsged In breaking up Illicit distilleries, and
that thl cannot t-e successfully done wlthont ihe
sin oi an armei force, i no necesny tor imopn
wm "BiiiiaTBster aiirr ine wnoie iwniyoi sn
eaaors and their Rshtant are rcmotrd.
The friend of the aeversl-cansl scheme for
Ihe Internal improvement of Ihe Bonth. nn-
alaiBbedby ihe defeat whkti they sustained In
Ihe House on Thursday, have lcgnn effort to
Induce Ihe Renate to take the matter Into con
sideration. These improvements were strongly
recommended la the last annual message of the
President, and would doubtless hare received
more decisive action at the hand of t ongrrM if
tne length of the session had warranted, ft Is
apparent now that all of these stheme wilt to
over until ine next vongirss.
Ullllsm Chi leu llryanl.
Hie veteran editor of the New York Frtniaa Ir.
and one of America's most renowned poets, waa
In Washington yesterday, en route to Florida,
where he goes to escape the severe climate of
NewTorv. lie visited the capimi forme om
time In maoy years, and was shown It varied
attraction bv Itepreientatlve Met ormlck, of
Arlaona, who wa formerly an attache of the
w, Mr, Bryant expressed Interest tn all he
saw, bnt declined to go upon the floor of either
House, having a dread of tcing linuixpd, a he
dnnbtles wont 1 have been. In the evening he.
with hia two daughters. Mrs. Parke GodMnan I
MM Julia, Bryant, leii for the sunny Houth.
Tbe Slassacbasetta Meaalaniblp.
Senators Elmunda of Vermont, Carpenter of
Wisconsin, and Morrill of Maine, nave written
letter In response to an Inquiry from Judge
Ranger aa to whether the Legislature or Massa
chusetts ran now elect ft successor lo Mr. Wil
son to take hi seat on the 4th of March next.
These gentlemen, who are good lawyer and well
acquainted with the unage an I precedent of
tho I nlted Htate Henate. agree that Mr. W llson,
having virtually vacated ni seat by giving notice
that he shall resign on t he 4th of Mart h next,
the legislature ot Massachusetts ran next wrek
lea-sUv elect his snot essor. If this 1 done, the
Htjto will not be unrepresented in the Henate
darina the abort bnt Imuortant ex ecu I ire session
which will probably commence on the 4th of
Mrch. lrief, t tmt Jaurimh
., ,.T7'T.. "
Caueasaf Hcpubllcaa Keuatarw.
The Itepubilcan Ranatora met la caucus ye-
terday to hear the report of the committee ap-
n-i-.l,, - . ,i, ---,- .,..,.. th nr.ie nt
PNnlll ft WW iMyB Bgvl 10 Prepare the OMff Ol
rmstneaa fur the remslnlnff nortlon of the
slon. Tlie report a a loptnl provides that pre
ceicnce shall be given first to the regular appro
priation bills; then the bill reported from the
Committee on Education and Labor In relation
to aiding the public schools; nixt the tdll to be
reported from the Judiciary lommlttee on the
Mormon question. They also agreed to adopt
the rnloof last session forbid Hug any amend,
menu to the appropriation bills not germane to
the aubject, an t limiting delist to Ave minute
on any one amendment. After these measure
shall have Iteen acted upon, nh bills on the
calendar a msy not he objected to can Im- con
Bblered. C'onflrmallans by tbe Ncnnle.
The Henite, It executive selon, yesterday
con 0 nned Ihe following nominations t
roitmaslra Mrs. Helen Burgeon, at Bristol,
It. I ; J. p. Thresher, Benton Harbor. Midi I It,
G, Peltlbone.Ogden, N. Y.; It F.Mllner, New
man, (la.; Mr. M. J. Martin, Burlington, N. J ;
A, N. I Incoln, Menasha, W is ; Jno. M. Bralnanl,
Home, Iowa; G. W. Hey nobis, Anconta, N. .j
Mrs. Leah Price, Grenada, Miss.; II. K. W Bent,
I.O Angeles, Cal ; I. II. Patlerson, Methnen,
Haa. II. ('. Kerr, rrs-liiler of the land ornce.
Jackson, Mia. J. G. liuer, lo lie captain In the
revrnne marine wmrr, reapiiuucii.i uriiritc
Pelap,of Nework,and H. Kwilleit, of New
Jirsey. lotiethlnl lieutenant" revenue, marine.
.1 H. Payne, aecon I llentenant Klxth cavalry.
Wm. W. Mitchell, asiociate Juntiie Hupreme
Court, I lah Territory.
The Hlccternl Vutc.
The operation of the twenty-aecond Joint rule
fjr the gavemme nt of the two House In Joint
convention during th recent count of the elect-
oral vote clearly damomtrated thenecelilty of
ita repeal It It did not also show a necessity far
the abolition of tho electoral system. The rule
onkvuies that when either House shall dlsaaree
regarding the count of any electoral vote uch
vote shad not be conntet. On Wednesday last
the Heuate agreed to count the three Greeley
lote from Georgia, and the House decided that
they should not be counted. A similar illnagree
ment occurred regarding the Yote from Arkansas,
eiceot that the luo was reversed, and the Henate
det Ided not to connt.whtle the House waa In fa
tor of counting, ihe application ot the twenty,
aocond rule resultul In throwing out the vote re
garding which the disagreement occurred. Sen
ator Hherman' resolution repealing it will doubt
bs paM as soon a It H reached for action.
Tueltrpublle el Hpaln.
The resolution of Mr, Edmund Introduced In
the Henate yesterday congratulating tha Rpanlsh
peoploonthe peaceful establishment of a re
publican form of go'eroment in Bpaln, meet
the unanimous approval of members of both
tionanar tmt it I trpnersllr inmeded that It Is
1 premature. In other words, a suspicion exist
tnai tne iniormsiion ot s rrriui urKuisuuu
of the republic Is untrntt, and the opinion lery
generally ireisiis ins. t wouiu uv wurr miii
until fnrtl.er luunnrM of Its stabllllv liefore
flnsl action on the resolution. The ym pat hirer
wlllt the struggle or tne i-uoan pat rims noin in
and out of Congress bail the proclamation of the
renutiiir In the mother count rv aa Ihe certain
harbinger of the Immediate and successful es-
taiillSlimrni ot ine psirioi K"vruiucui mi hip
'ever laiiniiu iaie.
Me. Wool's resolution In the Home on the
same subject Is as follow a '
l(eifPrF, insi mis iiiHirw nana wnu 4iin
ractlttn tho rtrnvress nf renublli sn Institutions in
Europe, ami tender to the people of Spain ita
sympathy and good wishes in any effort they
mav make to establish throughout the HpanUb
dominion ft free, rcpreaentatli e form of got em
ment, which shall Bvcnre to all men equality of
polltlce., religious and social rlghU, anlthe full
Jip'in-il'Hl vy iiir, nuriij, min 'iufi iij,
Tub new Hcnator, Ogieshy, of Illinois, ha tcen
intlteil lo make a few ItcptiMu an speeches in
Tub trial of I nlted Htates Senator-elect Patter
ann of Houth Carolina, nn the charge of bribery,
caunot now be reached until 1T4, becauso the
panel of grand juror for thl year hai been
ouathed for Illegality.
Tux editor of Jar;vr WttVji. In commenting
upon congrraaKiiiai runner, ion m mo vrciui uiu
bluer, aav that "the tragedy I not that the gen
tlemen should have owned the slot k, but that
they should not have told the w hole simple story
of (heir ownership."
It I said that "Aleck"; Htcphen will hue a
clear nin for Congress from Ihe Eighth Georgia
district on the sith Instaut, there being no op
position to him. By the war, a Georgia editor,
friendly to Mr. Stephen., say of a brother editor
who docs not tike nlmi 'IIe may throw himself
back on his hind leg ami bark at Mr. Stephen
until hi lusty lungs are ft dry a hi chuckle
head la empty."
' In the Illinois Legislature they are already dis
cussing the expediency of repealing the minority
representation syatrm, alihoug most of ihe pa
per deprecate tbe agitation.
Tna Democrat! of Connecticut hold their State
convention at Hartford next Wednesday, The
oniy caunMaie lor no, ernor ieii in tne neiii seem
tdhe the Hon. W, W. Kiton an I the Hon. Che,
Tux Pennsylvania constitutional convention
haa adopted a provision renatrtng every voter to
nsv s State or countv tax within Is o vears. and
at least one month before the rtet lion; the same
to beassessod at least two month tie tore too
THE WKATHKIl HKPOHT,
W'AB DarKTMET )
BYNonuarottTna FAirr Twatcrr-rocR noma.
The barometer ha lerv sonerallv rlsea since
Thiirs Ur night over the country east of tha Mis
sissippi, but u now falling throughout the valley
of that river. The lowetii nriiiiuria are central
' i Manitoba and la Texas. Cloudy and clear
kwoatber bava prevailed Iu about ecmal i-ropor-
tlou over the country, but raiuv aud threaten
ing weather la now reported from Alabama west-
wsnianu irotn ine i aiiey oi ine Missouri uonn
ward. lleur weather now succeed to the local
now In the lower Lake region. The tempera
ture ha ery generally risen. RUIng barome
ter, clear weather and light wiad aro reported
from the Rocky mountain autlona.
southerly wind with rain or snow for Satur
daypvert&e Northwest and upper Lake. Tbe
low Wroiueter la Texa prubawy entered north
eantward Into Arkansas, with rain over the
country south, ot Missouri and Mrginta, aud
threatening weather with rain or snow by Satur
day night south and went of New York, tisteriy
wlud with cloudy weather oier New England.
Brisk and possibly dangerous nlnd oa the Oull
coast weal of Florl ta.
Cautionary algnala aro ordered for Mobile an I
THE CREDIT M03ILIER 111 1H SCRAif.
Mrnalor lallrraaaa i:plai.atloa Tbe
Hen, Jamea Harlan Recalled aail Li.
nmlsrd-Irr. Daraat Tea Thaasaad
Dellar Used In Defraylag the I.eglll
The imeeitii senate committee, of whrrtt Mr,
Morrill, of Maine, U chairman, to Investigate
me marges against rjcnaiors m connection with
the credit MntiHIer, resumed Ita aesilon yestcr.
day morning. Senator Conkllng, of New Vots,
wa called. The testimony of Mr, McComii to
the effect that Mr. Ame told him that stock had
been given to Mr. Cnnkltng was read, togetker
with the testimony ot Mr. Ame Ueuyiag.Uaj
Mr. crmkiiag replied t I ran corroborate- ifm
Ames. never ownet or reeelred by arrrnae,
gift or otherwise any stork or interest in the
credit mnblller or the Pacific Jtallroa 1 Company
bvtne pacific Itallrond Company. 1 mean the
whole mad, both the I nlon Pacific railroad and
Central Pacific railroad, and I hare never been
an owner to any extent In either.
BTATrafT or BinATon rArrrtw,
Senator Patterson, of New Hampshire, then
mad a long and strong statement In regard in
the rhargea against him, which he summarized
1. I hand Mr. Ame $i,nofl lo Invest for me. He
takes mv money and purchase thirty share in
the rredtt mobilier. bnt nevrrtranifcr to me the
stock or even mention it. He doe not ask au
thority to hold It In trust, but hold It without
mv knowlna he ha even imntrht ir.
. He come to me some month later and aaya,
"I have bom your bond, and pay me some
money, for which I receipt withont giving any
heed to the character of the receipt written by
him. This he repeat. From all thl Is left on
mr mind ihe Impression that he had pnrchasni
for me securities in the mad, and not an Interest
in the credit mobilier,
3. AI Pittsburg, in hi suit with MrComb, Mr.
Ames, aa waa aenerailv nnderatoml. h,i rwn
he did not hold credit mobilier stock In trust for
uj uut, Aa no nan uciiTrrrii none IO me, 1 had
nght to le confirmed, as 1 was, In my Impres
sion that I owned none.
In my senatorial content Mr. Ame denied
both In conversation and In letters that I wa a
stockholder In the credit mobilier, that I ever
received any of the stock, or any profit on any
stock. Had I not b right lo believe and assert
the Same? 1 hen ramn nn thl. tmme.1 nf ...
celled an investigation, in which Mr. Amea testu
mi, tna. i nan nongm miny snare Of Block in
the credit mobilier, and It had been transferred
i im ' Mwimii, in ins a jO,, hi new tor. 1
wrote to Mr. Morion to learn the farts, and after-
"" j kinnmms irs ssw mm in
person. He aald they hsl never hel I any of that
stock for anv one. Thua I waa itvi inimi.i..
Impression of tbe facta of thl case. 1 never
eiMR min proiouniirr sense oi ine truth of
what I aald than when before the committee of
the House, and If in error, I now protest the
rrcdll belong to others, and not to me.
I have made this statement with tha trintn...
Whit h should rharartm urh coramunlca'tlons.
If I hare inlslitiltreil tn nnrvnalnff ihi m, ah..
shlpof stock In eitherof the companies I com-
l.niv niki. iud rrniw ui mv ICglBiailVC Olill-
gallon and duties, I shall tmw to your determi
nation, though I must hold my own opinion to
i nr ruiunmice iook recess until l o dock.
. BBNATOR HAKLAN kTtrAt4.Xn.
The com ml ties rwaaaemlile,! at h.if.n..i .
o'clock, and Senator Harlan wa recalled.
lnanawer to question of senator Htevenson
he said he had not found the date of the checks
rnriTniirviu nr. intrant; nan never seen copies
of the check or Ihe Blubs slni e they were gh en:
had a conversation with Dr. Dnraot tn relation
to the rherk and askM him If any check hsd
beendrawnby him, or paid out of the fund of
Ihe 1 nlonPnilflf ItSllrnail rnmnnr ln.1,1 ih.
election of wltnes In Iowa; he replied In the
Mr. Htevcuaon. 1 hare been notified that the
atub of the checks were show n to y, in a i-orn-mittee
In the t apitol. neforo procerdlng to tn
trcluoe that witness I wool t prefer that j on ex
ami&a vaur nsiisra. stm mum Mtafn ,...
copies, in order that you may refresh your mnn-
W Itness renlle-lt It wnnil utimin hta muh
and he could probably ox the date of the checks;
he had no recollection of having teen shown
stub or copies of the check in the Capitol.
Witness wanted to know If there were any wit
nesses against him; If ao, in had a right to hear
lhlt Uitlmnii. ItAfn-A uhl.l.. v
,.. .. n, ,.j ,rv,i',v tri'ijiiia.
Senator Htevenson sslii he ha.1 t,nn inrmn.i
by ft gentleman that the fart could be provni
lhl llnltdn. mini., tit IK. (.(. .l . "
-"-- wi vv.iin u, m, um , urn: anown to
Mr. Harlan In ft Mimmitiee room In the Capitol.
He (Senator Hierenaoni illd not aa It wa. A .....
hail Ieensotolit,anddeslreltaask Mr. Harlan
Mr. Hiockton aald he ha.1 tkeen I nf ..! k.
the 110,000 was not used for election purposes,
an) ha therefore desired t ask Mr. Har
lan If he recehed the money himself, ami. If so,
what he did with it. He had been informed that
themnney waiglirntoMr. Harlan for another
purpose, and not for election purposes. He did
not say It wa true, an 1 1 here fort asked Ihe ques
Mr, Harlan raised the question a to the author
ity of tbe committee to gj into all these auhjerta.
It wan tor the commit toe to Investigate the
charge or credit mobilier, and not ad these out
senator Htevenson, I have seen charge pub
lished In a leading Itepubilcan paper, the Cincin
nati (Jatrttt, charging thai this money wa gu en
to lolueoce the action of Senator Harlan while
Secretary of the Interior.
oeuaiorriocKion saiii wr. nurant had staled
thai thl money was given to aid In the election
of Mr. Harlan, aa be could ahape legislation.
The witness now raises the point that he trill not
tell the truth about it until he finds out what we
expect to prove. The question he desired to
ask the witness now is. what disposition he made
of that money T If Senator Harlan dealrca or
prefers to postpone answering thl question till
another time, 1 haro no objection. It I not a
matterof curiosity on my part. This thing ha
been made public In the newspapers, and I feel
It my duty a a member of the committee to ask
ji r. iiansn sai.i ue tin leratooi me senator
from Kentucky .Mr. Sievcnsonl to ur that he
hail additional Information in regard lo tbe
checks, and he thought he had a right to that
iiiiurmaiiuii rriur. i reins- raiirti iinnn in leaiiir.
Mr. Morrill aald meu.bers of the committee
need not giro witnesses their reason for asking
questions. Kvery Senator on the committee had
a nxu. iossk any quemioti tie iiesirctt without
Hiving reasou to the witness.
Mr. Htot kton aske I tbe witness again. If he cot
Ihemnney for those two checks? A. I got tne
money for one I rememer dliilnctly, and I aui
nose I got that for the other also. They were
,rv,, iiiHivi ,i, . Vlliiuif llimrirr,
Q, W ho got the money? A. I Indorse.! It, and
fate It to a friend to gt t the money. Whether
e gave the money to me or handed II to some
friend I dont remember.
(J. What I tbe name of the friend ton htm
you handed the check:
Mr. Harlan. I do not uant to I ring in 'tho
name of other.
Mr, kkx kton repeated Ihe question.
Mr, Harlan. W ell, 1 make inquiry of Ihe chair
man, If it i necessary that I shall answer that
Ihecommlilee-room wan cleared, ami after ft
conference of Oft ecu minutea among the mem
be ra the doors were reopened and Mr. Morrill,
the rhalrman, annonnccd that Ihe committee
wa of the opinion that any question asked aa to
i nr iiiriiiiiiiiiiu ui mr money rcrrivcii was per
The iiiieit ion was (hen asked: What via the
name of the friend f Answer, ( arlton.
J. Do I understand that you handed bin the
check? A. We, air.
o, w nat was none with the money afterward?
A. It was under mv control, imt 1 im nnt iin.
Ilnct whether Mr. I arlton banded the money lo
j. iwjou moiiectin what shine-the money
wai? A, It w a In currency,
u. You have no recolleiilon aatowhat Mr.
Carlton did with It? A. It a use I to defray
the expense of the election In Iowa, 1 bve no
doubt it was applied a fund are usually applied
III "UI II LHH.
Q. Toward your election a-i Senator? A
Weil, yes; towardi the election of the Legisla
By Mr, Stevenson: Witness di I not remember
Carlton'a first name. He wa the ageut or se, re
tary of ihe Melhoillst Hook Concern In New ork
city, sun rr a in en iu new iicracy, inn not know
wncrn no ruum lie munii Dim.
' if. Did you receive any other fund from any
sgcuk, .miiinjjce ur onucroi any rouroft'i com
iiidi t a. aui tii.ti i know oi.
W itnea then exnlalued. He w ss In Vw York
when he received ihe check from Durani, an I
asked ( anion where tho bank was. He asked If
I bad any bank business. I told blm, "Yea, 1 bad
a check.1 He replied, ' ell, our bank clerk HI
attend lo it," and 1 gave It to him. W itnea did
not remember the name of the bank. Carlton
hal nothing to do with the distribution of tte
money In Iowa,
Q. W ho ha 1 charge of Its distribution In Iowa?
A. A number of friend. 1 do not rr member
O. Can yougheua the name of aomc
win trv to make out a lint If the committee
desire It. Wm. II. Corkblll was one of the
friends with him when ho got the check, and the
money might hare been handed to hiiu, Wai
not sure wno it wa handed to.
O. Did vou bring that moner to Washliiaton
witnyou from New i ork or de point It Iu New
York. A. IrlidnotiierOAiiit. I am not certain
whether f brought It here or gave it to a friend
In New York.
i. Name any iron cuncr in New tork or
here to whom that Imnn) was distributed?
Mr. Harlan. Well, I leave It to the chairman If
I am to answer that.
The chairman uoiidod Mr. Harlan that he muat
Mr. Harlan. It will reoulro aome reflection
and perhaps aomo search for me to ascertain terytrcautlfuldreiaof grcengroigralawltblight
the name of all iho partlea who used the fuud, gauze do thambray oierskirt. Mis Josephine
One I remember wa It. s. Noble. teuton was present In a stylish coetumo. Tbe
y. W ho di I Nobio get It from? A. I dont I Muse Annie anJ Irgie Fuhcr alio wore hand
remember whether It waa from me or aomo ouo 1 some anl becoming toilette. Mr. C b Bacon
In answer to quitatlon of Mr. Scott, the wit
uDiaivaiiucMiuai ma money was useil in paying
the expenscaof friend in tho Senatorial eleo-
lion. Hjfaraiitdi'pendelon w Unci It w ao
y.by Mr. Rtevcnaon. Did you after May W
1B00, to January 1, lbO), receive any other money
froraany president, tke preiuieut, ageutorem
ployee of any of tb three road kOQffn ai too
Pacific road 7 A. Not that I am aware of far
ft I can now remember.
Mr. htevenson is id he had some other qnea
tlon to ask Mr. Harlan, hnt won 1,1 no I none ihem
until be (Mr, Harlan) ahonid make tho examine-
nun to me isie oi trio cnecu.
By Mr. Wright, some portion of the money
was nsed to defrav the expense already incurred
la the election. Did not think much of It went
mo tne asnus oi me cnairman oi tne Htate ex
ecutive committee t at any rate, a large portion
At 4 o'clock the committee adjourned onm lo
THE svllaHON COMMITTrH.
The Wilson credit mobilier committee met
yesterday at n o'clock and ex trained Mr. c. p.
Huntington, vice president of the cat ral Pacific
Hon. William V. Trarta waa tiritaonl a xnnn.
nil iui jii i, ii ii ihhik i I'll i
The wirnei'slesthi' to ihe effect that la IWT
ft "contract and finance romnsnv'
u kind of
second credit roobllien wa onrsnized
Crocker, witness, and a numiicr of others, under
iuc utiivin; in wi, HUH ui SlllorOIB. in isse
rontracuaaJbaiUtheroft'l. They did baud ix
VotMmi rnnetot road, ml bought iron which
the central Paeitlc Com nan v aireadr had on
hand before the contract waaroade. Tbe wit-
ncss ronm not rememier now mucn money tne
finance committee rerelveil for work done; be
lieved they declared dividends, and could not
telt how much.
The examination of Mr, Huntington wan con
tinued up to a o clock. I hiring its progress he
satd he did not know nf any money having l-ern
given to any memiier of Congress to fsvrr legl.
inuuii mr inr t rnirsi i-srnn lisurosil fompnnr.
lie imii'i ii nr ban Fiirn iumi in .j dart in n
Stewart to attend tn business.
Thecommittre adjourned nntll this morning,
at in o'clock. '
Ttti wnviKr snrsvren to uii u ifmiri
Mr. I JOTit. thn ftilef Clerk (Sf tha linn an n(
Represent all rra, made the following offlrlal
statement veslenlar relstlve tn aanre tn
clerk and the manner of keeping account of the
nami-i -ii ii iiuq ui inivKi on not snow insi jir.
Matt hews recelvetl an advance on hi salary, as
testified by him, nor do the imoks show that he
did not receive an advance. If he received th
adtance, a he undoubtedly did if he requested
it, a memorandum was taken for the amount and
treated a so much rash; and at tbe end of the
nwnin was nsnueii use. 10 mm as so mucn cam.
and the tooksot course show nothing except
that Mr. Matthews wa paid hi salary at the
end of the month."
SOCIETY INTELLIGENCE. .
..Mrs, Jostles Hunt will receive at Wormley'a on
The Hon. HoratloKtng will continue his weekly
reception thl evening.
Mr. Barrett wa the recipient of many call at
her pleasant atndln yesterday.
Mrs. Donn Piatt, aaalated bv Mrs.Worth Inert on.
held a very pleasant reception yesterday.
Mis Ionic Itram hold reception on Ratur-
ut at nrr siuuio no rennsyivaoia avenue.
Mr. Ames and Mrs. Baxter, having decide I tl
devote tbl Saturday to calling, will not receive
i no new org assnciatim win bold their next
The Mlsaea flnl-nee. mamtiera nt th l,t rlrrli
of New ork society, are being entertained by
Misa Bart let I, a member of ihe upper circle of
Boston, is being entertained by the agreeable
family of Ju Ige nirhardnon.
. The New Jersey mate assoclatlOThnll their
fourth annual recentlon at wuianl a hail on th
erenlng of Wednesday next.
mrs. ii. i-. rorney ami lungntcrwiii not neat
home this afternoon, but will be happy to re
ceive their friend In the evening.
Mr. M. p. Brown, with her pleasant daughter,
Ihe Misses Julia and Hattle Brown, were favored
with an unusually large number of caller at her
I riday reception.
Mrs. B, it. Cowan received manycallerayester
day. allot whom were entertained In her esav
andqulet manner. Mrs. Co wan Is ft delightful
iii-ii, aim i" i ran iiaci id aoriciy.
MnuKvan held an agreabie reception at her
Pleasant home cm II street veatenlar. Krm waa
assistetl by her daughters, Mrs. A. 6. Kellogg,
Miss Lena Evan and Mrs. Htevenson.
There I a rumor that another of the aeries of
pleasant receptions at W Ward's 1 lo t given
next week. Tho ladles are anilon for one, and
exrlalm. Impatiently, 'hnrry up the Cakes."
Madame H. 11. Savage receives on Saturday at
her resilience on enuont avenue. Madame Hay-
sgff is one or m moat eiegini lauie in wan
Ington, and hlteWy eateemtd by an rxtendcl
Misa Mary I henowrth entertained 1oth her
mother's and her own caller at her reception
yesterday, Mra.Cbenoweth being absent from
the city. The young lady proved a most accept
able hostess, ami entertained a larcrs mmilrip of
Mm. senator Stewart will hold her last recep
tion but one for the atason to-day. Tbe attrac
tion of dancing, a we'l aa tho opportunity to
make nartv call, will .lnntilleas csnae her reiL.
rtence to be crowded during the hour for rccep-
Mlai JoseDhlneFentonhell alanre recentlon
on Thursday, and waa assisted br her guests the
Mlse Gurnec, of New Yotk. Mis Pen ton waa
also at Miss Stewart's bail, where she wa tho re
cipient of much attention from mauy of the dis-
iiuKuiiiicii it-uiic jririrut.
One of the tileasanteat recentlon held vealee.
day wa that of Madame lloullgney at her home
on ('street. Ihe lady I a graceful entertainer,
and possesses an easy and pleasant manner that
I the natural result of her long intercourse salt a
the licit cUu ot W ash ington society. At her re
ception yesterday she wore an exceedingly rich
anil becoming continue. She waa assisted oy her
mother, Mrs. Parker, a lady who Is also greatly
rmrciucu tu urn; it.
Mr. President Gram's weeL.Tr recentlon will
be held to-day, and like Ita predecessors probably
will be attended by all tbe ladles of W aahlngton
society. The W bite House la now rendered ft
delightful vlsliing place on Ssturday afternoons.
iitr.i.cru mv iwiiua meet jur mo uumuo purpose
ot paying their respects to Mrs. Grant aa will a
to Indulge In conversation over the sot lal eventa
of the week. The parlors of the White House
are made to fairly buza with the sound ot the
volcra of the chatterers, and the place seems like
a delightful family circle, where all feel at case
Mr. Judge Richardson reception yesterday
wa tbe most tilraaant of tho dsv. Tha nonu.
Urity of the graceful hostess causes her parlor
to Ire filleil by the rtitt of the capital on her lUys
in (vicjuiuu, an ui wiium srv (trrciToii in a
charmingly rordlal manner, and made to pasa an
agreeable aolourn. Mrs. Ilichardson's realdence
ha tiecome the regular Friday rendexvoua of a
majority oi ine young people oi society, ami
those present yesterday incluled nearly every
prominent society leader of tho capital. Misa
Llrhardaon has grown in popularity equally aa
rapid ft her mother, and lew young bullesin
triy arc nrni in nignrr eaierm. iioin isuiea
gaeais yrairniay, ami were materially eniei in
t tie da tic of eniertsinlncr hv Mrs. (l-orim Itlch.
ardson, 3IU W est, Miss Bartletl and Mis Madge
General and Mr, hherman held their weekly
reception last evening, which, like the previous
ones, waa well attended. The General' friend
are very many la W aahlngton, who take delight
la passing an evening with htm in hi pleasant
borne, where he descend from hi position of
dignity to act the part of entertainer. Mr.
Sherman and her daughter, mis Ilizie, were
also present, and aided greatly to the pleasure
of the visitors Miss Uncle wa attired In a very
pretty dark blue allk. Mis Fannie W helan ren
dered herself very agreceMe to visitors, convers
ing in an animated and Interesting manner, and
adding largely to the pleasure of the occasion.
Miss W helan Is one of the most intelligent and
interesting voting lamee in wsinington society,
tsrletso. t ante full v trimmed with narrow flounces
of the same, and decorated with sprays of green
suti uuurutr ui nuwrr. iirucrsi nucrmsu waa
everywhere In demand, and posscased hi well
known faculty of alwaya being where he w a de
sired. Ihe general I almost as Interesting an
entertainer aa ha 1 ft brave aoMier, which U
peaking very highly ot his conversational
posers. Among those present during our visit
were General Sheridan, General an I Mrs. Bough-
.An III.... Vllll a.l U .. C , 11 n..
IUlt, PIIM UUIC,V,kr, JIM. .UI win. I'll tU
and Mr. Andrea a. The reception was th largest
neiii oy ine general during ine season, ami loose
present must have departed with Increased ail
miration for himself and his pleasant family fM
Attorney General and Mr. llliania gave thnr
final card reception of the season last evening.
A we prcdlt ted, the attendance was very large;
iu fact, the parlors were completely packet) a ith
a company of ladle an 1 gentlemen comprising
theeit'of society. Ho dense wa the crowd that
the human tide turneiL Ihe host and hostess
weicomeu ineir aruesta at ine door in a verr cor
dial manner, Mrs. W llllams Uughingly asking of
ihoae presented whether their lives were
Insured, a precaution rendered almost I
necessary by the aqneezlng one wa1
put tn In order lo mike progress throagii
ihe rooms. An onhestra wasautloned In the
hall, but the omwrtunltie for danclna were nnt
encouraging, the largest space available for the
fiir.Hwu irrnijca Bout snout two leei square in
he hall. Many elegant drcaiea were worn, but
It wat difficult to ate how they were trimmed,
only an occasional glimpse of them being caught
In the surging crowd. Mr. W llllam was attired
In a light pluk, trimmed with point applique.
Mr. D. C. ('ox waa dressed in light Uveudrr,
trimmed with black velvet. Mis Nellie
Grant looked very pretty in a dress of a
light white material. Mis Nellie Murphy was
also dressed In white. Mis Ricnardson wa
attired In white Urlclan trimmed with flounces
of the same and decorate! w.ib bum.be of rose.
Miss Mary Cakowa attired In aa elegtat cos
tume of pink and blue aiik, richly and stylishly
trimmed. Mrs. Mill wore cherry-colorud silk.
Mis Foster ws dressed In a tea roso silk with a
white Pari muslin orerskirt. Mrs, Full wore a
very pretty and becoming costume. Mr. George
Alfred Townseud attire wu of black gro grain
trimmed with cherrv-eolorcd silk. Mr. An
drew, ot l'hila lelphla, ws ban Uomely attired
I In a dark, costume. Mrs. D. F. Murnhv wore ft
wore a white inualiii dress. Among the other
elegantly aillred Udics present were Mtaa Hens-
ior ftfiiT, ir I'Juiri inmnnwriT, ' mbiiu
Bank. Mm rerri. Mis tiibba, Miss Edes, Mr.
Georgd B. Waiiu, Mis Fannie W allla, Among
line uvuiic'iiirii iircsc'ut were rrcsiauu. niiui.
secretary itobeson, Uen. Bank. Senator Kctjy,
en. Hheridan, ur, a. j Fans, col. Preacott, Mr,
1 1L C. Biapham, Judge jUcbardioa and Mr.
THE BROKERS' LOBBY.
COLGATE ON THE WITNESS STAND.
11l.nl tbe New York. Nierk Cxcbaogo
Tbl aba ef Coat re Mere Develep
meats Itegsrdliig DassettNplcr Test),
many More tUltaesses ta bo fa
meacilTbe) Ullmlsgtea Malrb Com
psay Involved How New at Financial
f,ltlla I Kent to Hlark Drakera,
The examination of Clinton ft, Colgate, aecrc-
22 '".S ?" Hi!1 f ' the ,NeW T?!1
Stock Exchange, regarding ihe operation of the
urokrra- louny last anmmcr. wat formally began
before the Ways an) Mean Committee yester
day. Tbe mala pointa of hi evidence had al
ready been printed In the RxfTifJCATf, ftnd tbe
coranCtee, therefore, hid tbe advantage of fore-kaowi-
on which to base It queitlon. When
colga'e had conclude 1 an opportunity waa of
fered lo Mr. Dasscit to cross-examine him, which
he declined to accept. A soon a all theteatb
monv a gain t him haa been taken Mr. Busett
will liegin hi defence first, with a cross-examination
of all the witnesses against hlin, ami, sec.
ond, with an attempt to break down the force of
their evidence, either bv direct contradiction or
by destroying ihe character of the witnesses
themselves, rhia latter effort will probably inc.
reed, a It 1 admitted to be a very easy thing to
provo the bad character of New tork Block
The examlnalloncf Messrs. King and Denny
will comment c to-day, and win embrace ques
tion intended to development regarding ihe
manner In which financial new U obtained for
the use of banker and broker in New .ork.
lt I among the cnrrcntly-reported charge
against Bawett that he ha long been lo their
employ to furnish Information of the proceeding
of the commute to several tea ling firm In New
tork. II. C. Fahnesiock.of 4sy ( ooke A Co.,
and UK( hittenden, of New , ork, w ill be sum
moned to testify on this point.
It I further rumored that the agent of th
Wilmington Match Company, at well a the at
torney of the company, who I a well-known
lawyer of this citr, will bo anmmnned for ex
amination regarding allegation to the effect
that pending the discussion of the proposition
tn abolish the tax on matches. Basket! wai In
the tmploy of Interested parties.
The Investigation win not conclude until
several newspaper men hate len examined,
who are supposed to have had some remote con
nection with the brokers' lobby, and regarding
Ihe payment of money to Basse tt in return for
Information received from him relative to the
proceedings ot the committee. When they are
called a few pertinent question might be asked
regardlog a proponed dinner at W ek kcrs at tbe
expense of the Stock Exchange.
The following I an abstract of Mr. Cjlgatel
Question bv the Chairman. I am desired tn
ask youtomakeiour icaicmmt or explanation.
a yoa made it the other day. If that U correct,
lo the closing paragraph of the article, to which
your attention waa then railed, from a New York
paper, which closing paragraph l aa follows:
'Mr. Colgate, the secrt-iarv of the bureau, ha
recently returned from Washington, where he
has ieen hsnl at work, and report he ha no
doubt but that hi effort hare hern In great
measure successful In procuring the abolition of
the tax. althnueh be haa heen pnimuiihi n
a tid, to make use ot much money to effect hi
U. I that a correct statement? A. Kn. air. t
never so stated that I wat compelled to use Urge
suma of mouey In W aldington,
O. SUte what ron said in reference tn that
subject? A. No orriclal autement ha-1 been
made to the hum k Exchange at that time. The
conversation to which I refer took place In the
room oi tue president or the l nlted stale Stock
Exchange, lctwccn H. o. Wright, secretary of
the stock Exchange, and myself. There were
KiTi.iuuin laumiiK i.j. in msi converss
tloa 1 stated that my personal expense bad
been very Urge In Waabingtoa. 1 ha1 my wife
an I family here, and the expense ot keeping up
my house in New ork 1 also bad to provide for;
that tbe details of my personal expense were
tery large. When the article came out lathe
New t ork nm, to whlrh you hare referred, 1
Immediately aaw the city editor of that paner
and asked him to contradict It. lt appeared In
Ihe subsequent Interrogation that the contradic
tion was made,
TbewiiucanprodiKci the report made to the
Exchange, from which It appear he made a
proposition, in writing, to take charge of tbe tax
and claim business of the mock Lxcnangeata
salary of tenihousanl dollars per annum. On
the I. th of February he started for Washington
in company with John I". Denny, the chairman,
to seek in their behalf a modification of the then
rule requiring borrowed money employed in car
rying stocks, gold bond, etc., to ie retired and
ray a tax oncapiuiat the rate of one-twenty-uurt
hoi one per rent, per month, the aame as
fixed capita) employed in ihebttsinesi of bank
ing. He relate specifically hi Iran, act Ion In
Washington, and alio Ira to the fact that aon.0
persona put in elelm for service rendered,
adding, no money waa paid, or et en fainted at,
by any person connected with tho Internal Rev
enue deparnment or Congress, except in one
instance, when George W, lUsactt, clerk of the
W ay and Means Com ml t tee, offered bia service
for the sum of two hundred sn 1 flftv dollars ner
month for the session, and a contingency of five
hundred dollar la rase tbe amennment referred
to became a law. This prowitiou wa submit
ted to the stock Exchange an 1 declined, aud Mr.
Bassett ws never nald. 'I bourn, in faivta
opinion, the Exchange hai received great ben
rut sun uTsaissc-s uj rrawu oi naving proper
representation at the seat of Government, it, aa
a body, haa not been railed upon for ft tlouar
toward the expense of obulolng m Allocation
of the rule taxing borrowed money aa capital.
ii i mo rrirunn ui inr etanip lax on aaics, a'-
though each member of the exihauge I more or
lis i Interested.
Mr, Kerr asked whether the Impreision pre
vailed in the hum k Exchange that legislallm
ueful to them could be aw uinplutie I here by
theuseof money? The witness sail auLbwa
Nr. kerr then remlnled the witness of hi
former testimony; that he had aked blm to giva
some fact in limit ration of Ihe haaii of that opin
ion. The witnes replied ihat legislation had
takenplare, and that tncrewa thru a demand
ma le to the stock Exchange ot ten thousand
(lunar I or 11.
By the Chairman; what wa Ihe answer made)
to Mr. Kerr's Inquiry aa to what led you to that
belief? A. My answer to that wa that leglala-
tlon had taken place, and a bill for ten thousand
dollar sent to the stock Kxthango for procur
ing it a bill by Judge Sherman for Infiuenco
with hi brother an I with Uarfiell. I uso tbe
name Garfield without any prefix, because 1
give It JuitaaJulgo Sherman's letter give It,
1 have never spoken to Mr. Garfield that I know
of, and 1 wouilnot know him If 1 were to ecu
Q. W hat else did ion slate about the muter?
A. I alto stated that 1 kiew a per in who was a
irirunui jur, iiaruri i, suu nisi i anowe-l mot
thli letter of Mr. Denny, In wnlch It U atated
that Judge Sherman cunui fio.wni for preparing
an argument and working through h brother
(Senator Sherman) and Mr. Garlleld. Senator
Sherman 1 hai nothing whatever to do with. I
net rr spoke to him ou tho aubject. I went to a
gentlemen called Gen. Bovntou, who wai ft per
sonal friend of Mr. UarfiehL
y. i mat ine uen. itoymon connectei witn
the press? A. I think be ha been a detective
for the United sutes Government. J anoketo
Gen. Hoyoton about I'll matter.
O. I am Inquiring a hat yon stated to the com
mittee ? A. 1 it ate. I exactly what I state now
that the Stock Exchange bad received a bill of
f lo.ono from Judge Sherman, of t leveland, Ohio,
and that the pretext under which that amount
wasrlaimedwaa that he bad prepared aa argu
ment an I bill and used them with senator ttuer
msn and with Mr, Garfield, of Ohio,
c. Did you give any other reason why mouey
was used to procure legulatlou? A. No, air: 1
gato no other rraioa.
t. Did you have your report to the Stock Ex
change at that time la jour pocket. A. I etn
notBure whether 1 had or not; If 1 ha I on my
overcoat when I came Into ihe room, 1 bad; if i
had not, i had not,
it. Do yon remember talking bcre with It
partly out of your pot kct, an I uylag yoa would
read It If desired! A, That call to mint the
fact that I had It wtihrno whenl wai before the
if. When asked what reason the Stock Ex
change had for supposing that legislation could
be procured for money, why did you not auto
thatpartot the report which refer to the clerk
of thl committee? A. Because 1 ha I not ori
ginally intended even to state anything about
him la my report, but hi proposition had been
communicated to Mr. Dernier, an I Mr. Denney
mil wa i ii a i aui'Uinirii u 10 uun, i mult in
clude It la my rcnon, I desired to shield Mr.
0.. W ben yoa w ere before thl committee, and
were Inquire J of at to what were tbe reasons
why tbe Stock Exchange shout I suppoie that
money wai necessary to proenre legislation, hy
did you omit to refer to the clerk of thl couiinii
tee, from whom you hai' recede I men a propo
sition? A. Ihequestioa wiiaot asked la any
V. I am asking you why yon omitted that Im
portant clrcumaunce ? A. 1 be reason wai that
Mr. Baiiett wa not a member of Congress" either
at that Hue or since.
t. as Judge bherman ftjnember of Con
grew? A. No, but he 1 au employee of tbe
Unite I fitatea Garernment.
y. The proposition of Judge Sherman camo
from outside of Congress, and the proposition of
Mr. Bassett came from oiiui lo of Congress, A.
Tho pTopoiitlao ot M r. llatsctt wa not accented.
aud bo tin not claim that bo could Influence any
member of Congress.
o. W ben you wnt out ot tho committee room
did you not state to reporter what your testi
mony waa? A, Heportera cams to mo anil
wanted to know what lt wai; I told them that If
they wautod to find out they mutt at to the com
mittee. 0 Did yon show your report to any of them?
A. 1 did not, I did to a member of the committee.
1 he witness waa further interrogated at rreat
length, concluding as follow:
v. ioueay.Mr uasseu onereihin aemcea for
I' month during the edition of Congress, and
iVWla csto the dill or amendment alluded to
rivu. 111141 uui vt smcuumcni Vtt BHUJetl
' to? A. The whole conversation u not related la
that report exautiya It occurred; the aublecu
1 iiiaiici ui n nn iuai mr, jtaiseil OuereJ'hls
' acrvice forjMOamontb to look aiter any a
matter we required, and baodo In case we were.
I lucoeutul In obtaining aactt legUlttlon u w