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ataM''ffcirttMtam. WASHINOTONj, X. O. SATURDATfi'im iri.ii.iiiiiiMAT SO, IB6& MW Tata Ofl of the Jf aiUae4 IUnmbli sm la avl SIS Ninth itmbatWMBl'tnif yl rami s.vRm aunt D atreetw NODIJC WORDS I Wnxicinm tbtt (tot rebels) kits thi " rowan, wet drivr RsroKi them into their "U5U TBI fiOtTTHIRM HOr-LB, AMD TBBT fforiD alio DRin n. Trust them hot. " Wm tort abus, tott would in vadi amd " PUtXOT CI WITHOUT MERCT. AMOLUTXLT " ASStTRlD OF TniSI TDtltOS. I AM AMAZED THAT "ANT OKI OOCU TTinOK OF 4rACB OK AKT " terms. Ill WMO ENTERTAINS TOT sentiment ' II FIT OKLT TOUl SLAVS OT WUO UTTERS " IT AT TBIS TIME, MOREOVER, It A TRAITOR TO ma cotntrXT, wno deserves thi scorn axtj vOjrriwrT or all honorable mm." J?ov (TdfU, fo f 0nrraf Auembtyof Ohio, Frbntaiyt i863 KOT1CK. THII PAPER II NOW FURNISHED BY CAR RIERS TO SUBSCRIBERS IN THIS CITY AND IN GEORGETOWN AT THIRTY CENTS PER MONTH. Railroads Arrival akt Departure or Traiha The advertisements on pur fourth page re Inserted by authority of the railroad companies severally named, art officially corrected when change arc made, henee can be relied upon aa cor rc:t rCOXTJlTIOIf At. UNION TICKET. rO CITT COLLECTOR. A. C. RICHARDS. tom citt nzairrtwi WILLIAM D. ELWOOD. FOB CITT IVITCTOK. L. 8CHAUMBKRQER. lock at-reaet To-dey. tV are. Indebted to Jay Cooke & Co., bankers, lor the following condition of the atock and aale market to-day Buying. Selling V S. Coupons, re of tl 1"V 106tj V S. Registered ' t07k 10SS 107 U 3 7 i-io Treasury note 107 U 3. 3 year 6 per cent notes. i U S 1 year certificates (old issue), ioi 103 u i year cercinca.es mew issuej Mf U S, Demandnotes (old Issue) liif American gold ooln lux Certificate checki W,s Nrw York, 11 a. m U S Coupona .... .108 U S 7 S-10 .... . .107 L I Certificate! (new). ... 99 w Gold 145 THE ADallXISTRATlON ENDORSED DT THE CITT COUNCIL By reference to the proceeding's, It will be seen that the Common Council of thla citj lait evening- passed a resolution endorsing the ac tion of the President In the case of Mr. Vallan dlgham THE ELECTION. rin Monday next the people of Washington wilt be called upon to elect a Collector, Regis 'er, and Surveyor for the city, one Alderman and three Council men to represent each ward, and Attestors la the Second, Fourth, and Sixth 'ards In another column trill be found the qnallfl. i&tlons of voters, whose names may not ap pear upon the poll lists The regular nominations for city officers of the Unconditional Union men, or supporters of the OoTernment and the Administration, arc as follows For CoiUetorA C. Richard For Jttgitteru. D. Elwood. Fit buntyor L Bcuacmbckoer The ward tickets, as far as ther hare teen reported to us, are as follows Fipst Ward. For Alderman, Uoratln -N EanbT ForCommon Council, Peter Lammond, Samui 1 Jlurdle, Thoa. T. Robinson Sccon Hard For Alderman, J. . Ihorapson. ForCommonCouncll.S. p Drown, b T Raub, L' B Ward. ror Assessor, L. W JorSfT Tnihr. Ward For Alderman, ft A Hall f r ( oinmon Council, A. It fiber Uerd, John F. r. Francis Mcflhan. r HTu Waud. For A'derman, . 1 For Common ( ouncil, J. TollanKbii , T ' liniPhi Jr , (,oo tfata-rc. For Asea i r H If Johnson r-n Ward For Aldtrman, J. M. Brod e I For Common C ounctl, John Grinder, E. i tteTens, V C. Harper. iith Ward For Adrmn,T Ld. Clark, i r Common Council, John CoHgan, Chas Davis, Geo R. RufT. t ctento Warh. For Aldermun, J. R El una For Common Council, J. Murtagh, ' Fdn, f Y Mitchell. THE CITY KLUCTION 1 ho attention of the voters of ashlngton li tld to an advertisement of the Collector of In ternal Revenue requiring that a five cent stamp re attached to each iffldavlt. That Is to say, wb renin for the afflduUi of the voter and five ents for the witness, also, live cents for the atu of alleglaoce, whether administered Uy a m or a commissioner of eUctlon (KM, FOH THE SEASON. u jng the refreshing things that w oh served venterday w s the coolness with which ibe Vat appropriated, verbatim the excluah uewa contained In our 10J oclock " Extra ' It appeared as editorial In that paper, erron md all, and reuppeared In tbe Baltimore .Sun tnd Amerimn to-day, credited to the Start t c woi Id respectfully call the attention of the editors of the three papers named above to the enaction, In our second edition, of the most important error contained In our " Extra i ewi thus appropriated. "IlKV." t. W. OENISON thla person bss sent us a note containing lev era i newspaper Items, clipped from tbe Boston Tranicr.pt, about his arrival home, near Boston Sometime In January last be disap peared from 1.1a post as chaplain In tbe army without leave Ho ai reported as having de serted In a published order of the War De partment Lis name wm stricken from tbe rolls bv ordsr of the President The first thing we heard of him altcrwards wan through an Eng isb paper, published In Bristol, that Denlson bad turned up in that country in the capacity i " chaplain of the relief ship feorgc Grla wld " We then (in February) published the Ptldent's order, and remarked that runa- - from the American army w&s not j st t rr s n to represent tbe condition of the loyal poo-1 tiv of thit country to the people of Grat I . , ,. .. , ' , . , , ,, Britain On the 21st Inst, we made a similar statement in r onnection with a landatory aril-, le of Denlaon in Ibe New York J&enlng Pot On Thursday we received tbe note from him referred to above in which be has the audacity m atate that tbe articles we published about him " are founded on misapprehensions " ne says " the President was aware of his going to England last January with a Tlew to tht rtcov ery of Mi htaliht " that be (tbe President) was ' made acquainted" wttfa the character of Ptalion' tnJliloQf tkat " icforrastlon was glren to the President" of his (Den I son's) ar rival, reception, and labors In England, and of hit return, a few days &xo, to this country) and he close 1& characteristically impudent note to ni by 'saying that It M wa bettor (hat nil name shonld b dmnnnd fam the rolls." as It left him (Denlaon) ' more free to speak with reference to the measures of the Gorernment." As this note Is undoubtedly in keeping with the . representations that Denlaon made while In England, It Is proper to state that we took measures, yesterday, to learn from the proper officials tbe facta concerning his late mission. They are as follows lit Dcnlson did not represent the Govern meat la England, In any capacity. Sd. no was reported as a deserter from tbe army, to the Adjutant General's office, where upon hi nam vat ttrtckm from tht rolls in dt- gract, by order of the President, thereby de putlog Denlson of all pay and emoluments So much for the Heitrcnd Charles Wheeler Denlson QUALIFICATIONS OP VOTERS IN THE CITT OP WASHINGTON. Section 5 of tbe charter of 1&3 la In the words following And b it further enaeUdt That every free white male citizen of the United States, who shatl hare atulned tbe age of 21 years, and shall hare resided In the city of Washington one year Im mediately preceding the day of election, and shall be a resident of tbe ward In which he shall offer to vote, and shall have been returned on the books of the corporation during the year ending the 31st of December next preceding the day of election as subject to a school tax for that year, (except persons rum compot tnenia, vagrants, paupers, or persons who shall hare been convicted of any Infamous crime,) and who shall have paid tbe school taxes, and all taxes on personal property dne from him, shall be entitled to vote for Mayor, members of tbe Board of Aldermen, and Board of Common Council, and Assessor, and for everv other offi- cer authorized to be elected at any election under mis act." This has been changed since, so far as to admit those who are otherwise qualified to TOle in Jnne, although not " returned on tho books of the Corporation during tbo year ending the Slst of December next preceding," provided they were liable to be so returned, and that the omission of their names was owing to the inad rertence and oversight of the Assessors. Persons so omitted In December, mnst take tbe following oath District or Columbia, WaiMngton County Fct On this day of . 1603, before me, a Justice of the Peace In and for tbe county afore said, personally appears , who makes oath, according to law, that he has been a real dent of the City of Washington for one year prior to the date hereof, and was liable to be returned assessed for school tux on the thirty first of December laC and was omitted to be returned solelj through the Inadvertence and oversight of the Assessors. Sworn to before , Justice of tbe Peace. This statement on oatb,of theparty concerned, mnst be sustained bv the following oath of an other resident citizen j District or Columbia, Warfdngton County Set On this dav of . 1WJ3. before me. it Justice of the Peace In and for the connty afore said, personally appears , who makes oath, according to law. that haa been a resident of tbe City f Washington one year prior to the date hereof, and that he might have been re turned aa liable to school tax on tbe thirty-first of December lant, but for the inadvertence and oversight of the Assessors. Sworn to before . t Justice of the Peace. Under tbe act of Congress of May 20, 1802, all voters may be required to take an oath of loyalty. By the form of this oath, they swear, not merely that they ar loyal, but that they hare never been otherwise. This oath Is to be taken under the pains and penalties of perjury. We subjoin the act of May SO, 1663 . AN ACT prescribing tbe qualifications of elec tors in the cities of Washington and George town, In the District of Columbia. Be if enacted bv th Senate ami Haunt of Hen. renetttatite of the United State of America m i ongres asteinoiea, matin an municipal elec tions In tbe cities of Washington and George town, In the District of Columbia, DURING THE EXISTENCE OF THE PRESENT RE BELLION, every person who shall otfer to vot at any auch election, und Mho shall t e I New York Tribune.' Parties who entered our challenged by any legal otcr on the ground lines to-day from the South report that Gen of dislojalty to the Government of the Lnlud erals Breckinridge and Crothcra1 divisions, of State, shall, I c fore bis vote fcball be ro- Bragg s army, were on their way South. Mr. rMed, in addition to the reqnlrtmcnts Vallandlgham Is a guest at Gen. Bragg's head now istablished by law, take and subscribe quarters, Sbclbyville. to the following oath or atlirmation, namely i a "I do solemnly swear (or alllnu. us tho case I .. ii.tii. n.u r- ii.n.iuTh. may be that I w ail aupport, protect, and de- fend the Constitution and Government of the United States against all enemies, whether domestic or foreignj that I will bear true faith, wwcu in idi! a icrnoou i train He win de allegiance, and loyalty to the same, anv ordi . IIver a? ddreas In that city to-night In further- niuce, resolution, or Jaw oi an State Conven-1 tion, tegUUture, or order or organization, so- crct or otherwise, to tliucontror) notwithsland- ( Ing, amlthat I do this with a fuU determlna- lion, pledge, and purpose, without any mental , reservation or evasion wuaisoevert ami, iur- ther, THAT 1 HAVE ALWAYS BEEN LOY- au AM) TKUK TO THE GOVLRNMENT Boston, May 29. The extensive bakery of Or THE UNITED STATES. So help me Austlu A Co., In Lynn, Government contrac God. The tab! oath or atlirmation m.) be tors fnr furnishing hard bread to the array and taken before any justice of the peace, notary navy, waa destroyed by fire this morning. The public, or other person legally authorized to I los la heavy. Amount not yu ascertained, administer oaths In the District of Columbia 1 1 -m, and the productiou of the certificate, in wrltlmr, lUcruita fur the Maachutta Colored of any suchjuatice of the pence, no tar) public, I Uegimcut or other person so authorized to administer I Boston, May 29 Over three hundred re oaths, with a topy of such oath or affirmation, emits for the Fifty-fifth (toloredj rtglmtnt that said oath lias been taken and subscribed arrived In camp, ot Keadvllle, toda. The to liy thu person roduclug such certificate, I reglnunt now numbers about six hundred men. shall be duemed ' y the Commissioners of Elec- tlon sufficient evidence of the fact And It i Hklrmtah at Berry'a Ferry, Virginia. hall .also be lawful for the Commissioners of The following as received at headquarters Elm tlon. or nu nnn of ftum. riiiHm' lh i mn -r.i .Tj ' "' V . Vi "i 7 . ' -"" - "- of holding such elections, to administer said oath And any person or persons violating said oath, or making an false statement In taking the same, shall be subject to all the pains and penalties of wilful and corrupt per jury, and shall be liable to be Indicted and prosecuted to conviction before anv court in said District of Columbia having competent jurisdiction thereof mtll.I.IA.'VT CAVALRY PIQHT. Oinctal Dlspatchca from General EUet. n official dispatch to the War Department, received yesterday from Gen. EUet, command ing ram tied, dated Helena, Arkansas, May 25, says "As my command was descending the river from Memphis on the evening of Ma 23d, tbe commissar and quartermaster boat was fired Into from tbe Mississippi side by a band of the enemy, with lw o pieces of artillery, about six miles above Austria, I returned yesterday and landed my force. Tbe enemy had a few hours before ray arrival captured a small trading steamer, and burnt her, taking her crew captives, and approprlat Ing her freight I could obtain no intelligence from the In habitants by which to guide my movements. My cavalry, under Major Hubbard, two hun dred strong, came up with tho enemy, one thousand strong, all mounted, eight miles out. 1 he ngnl lasted nearly two hours, i he Major was compelled to take shelter in a favorable bottom, where he succeeded in repulsing tbe enemy, and finally drove them off before thu i In rant r rouldcome to his relief. Our loss was twkiUcdand nineteen wounded, mostl) slight. The ncmy left Re dead upon the field, and one bi itmaut mortallr wounded, and twentv- t aund of arms We captured three pris- ooirt Ii'iim I n x wn or Austria, having first scan hulev r uudint As the Ore progressed, thedlufharKr r loadt 1 firearms was like vol leys of muskmr ub the tire reai lied thelrhldlng places, and two h.aj vplosions of powder also occurred Of Major Hubbard and bit battalion I can not speak too b.ghh They are deaervlng of all praise Every otUcer and man of tho little force is reported to have acted with tho most distinguished bravery and prompt obedience to ordt". BY TELEGRAPH. IATERFE0M EUROPE. NEWS UNIMPORTANT Cart Rack. May 20. The steamship Jura haa arrived off this point from Liverpool on the 21st, via Londonderry on the 22d Inst. She was boarded by the news boat at ft o'clock this auernoon. Politics are unimportant. Therels a general feeling bf suspense for later American news. Tbe Derbr races were won bv Maccaronl. bv a short head only. Lord Clifden was second. TDl MARKETS. The cotton sales for the week nrcvlont to the sailing of tbe Jura, reached 28,000. Price irom nana lower ior American and Hnrat. Breadstuffs quiet and steady, without a change in prices, r revisions ami ana nncnaneed. Consols 9003 for money. From Admiral Wilkes Squadron. Portland, May SO. The ship Geo. Tnrner from Buerlos Ayrcs via Si. Thomas on tbe 16th inn., nas amvea. one onnga rour invalid sea men from the U. S. steamer Alabama, four from the barque Gembok, four from the steamer Wachusett, one from the steamer Oneida, and nn. fMM h.V.n..(.(1t 1l A ,tl-.l 11111.. uub iium HJt t auuti uin, nil ui AUUIII ! M UILVB squadron. The Yanderbllt had taken In 1,500 looa 01 coai, ana was rcauy ior a cruise. FKOM SAN PHANClf CO. Sal of the Condemned Schooner Chap man San Faakcirco, May 20. Sailed, ship Derby for Hong Kong, carrying 20,000 sacka of wheat and $56,000 In treasure. Spoken, April 8, lat. 39 dcg. north, long. 42 dtg. west, ship Bunker nill, from New York iur did rraaciBco. Coffee has further advanced. Grain Is firm, with small sales at advancing prices Sam Francisco, May 29. Gen. Wright has denied tho use of tho malls on the Pacific coast to the New York Week! Caucasian. Jobbers are doing a good business, but other wise ousiness is anil. The two wines of tbe California Democracv are making overtures for fusing on the Slate ucku, wun aomo prospect inat tuey will meet each other half way on their platform, the main plank of which Is opposition to the Administra tion. The Union partv are holdlmr nrlmarr elec tions preparatory to the 7th ol June. The State convention contest is mainty between ex-Congressman Low and Gov. Stanford, who are the icaaing canuiqaica ior uorernor. Prom Tennaac and Kentucky Cincinnati. May 28. Dispatches dated Mur- freesboro', yesterday, say that Bragg's army Is filling back, and It la quite probablo Roaecrans is advancing vc iook ior important news from that quarter soon. The rebel Intentions In Kentucky arc unde veloped. They are massing a considerable force north of .Monti cello, and It looks as though they would try to cross the river again. Carter Is waiting for them. DESERTION Or REBEL TENNESSEE CONSCRIPTS. A numoer ot conscripts from tho Fifteenth Tennessee rebel regiment reached Cairo on the 25th instant. They were on their way from Port Hudson to Bragg's army, when thu battle of Raymond was fought. In the fight the re fused to fire on tbe United States troops, and shot Into tbo air. After this engagement they encamped at Mississippi Springs, where they met 1,500 reinforcements from Alabama. In the middle of tha'night about half of tho regi ment left camp, determined to make their way into tho Union lines. They say there has been ot no time morn than 10,000 troops at Port Hudson. SoutU Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Philadelphia, May 29. The United 8tatca supply steamer Massachusetts arrived at the Navy Yard to-day, 8 lie- reports that the gun boat Penobscot, while chasing an English steamer off Wilmington, North Carolina, com ing close In shore, was fired upon by the bat teries, killing the assistant surgeon and wound ing the steward. The Massachusetts spoke the Iron -clad s off Edlito, South Carolina, and the New Ironsides at Charleston. The bark E A. Souder sailed to-day from Philadelphia far Plymouth, England, with oer 20,000 bushels of wheal and 1,000 barrels of (lour Troopa from Uraeg'a Army doing to Vlck. burg Mr. Vallandlgham the tiunt of Ututral Bragg MiitrREEBBORo'. May- 28. fSpecial to the Chicago Conrcntlon n .!? t, , , , . . Boston May 29 Gen. Butler left hero for an,r.T 0I1am or "l", u ,PB i,mia,D.a , M President Hamlin and cx-Gov. tta b(u.rnc? ?f ln 11Boton ' "entng to ?V. th S!P CaBal Convention In "'fc'0. on Tuesday. Tire at Lynu,Maichuictli. oi inc army ycMuruay l n., 'D0.iT,.rri0, . v t4Hviftitiiino u i.tbLi uiiili cunt tg. f IlBHRTMLLE, Va., Ma) 19th. Captain John O Lravcni, Atiit-taiU Adjutant Gevtrat, Snond Divition, Lighth Army ( ory, Utrchttttr irainia Captain Tho affair of tho Ifiib, by the ad vance iruard of the First Su York. mnr disastrous to the rebtl party at Berry's rerry than was at first realized. Out of the twentj- iu iul'ci, mu wire kuicu, iito wounded anu ten captured, and this by sixteen men of the First New York cavalry. One or tho killed v. as Captain W. W Meade He was shot from his horse and drowned In the rher. I forward a document taken from his pocket, being the authority from tbe rebel Secretary of War to organlro his company In White's hat talion. Among the prisoners was a surgeon of the 1st Virginia and n Lieut Morgan. Lieut. Vermillion, who commanded the party, is en titled to all praise. The rebels lay In ambush, and permitted tho party to pass tlion, and tbe first Intimation they bad of their pnsenro was a volley, and the Immetlate formation In their rear on the road. Lieut Vtrmilyea's men in stanily wheeled about, tired, and charged, with tbe results already reported, I have the honor to be. Captain, your obedient servant, Andrew J. MrltETitOLns, Colonel 1st N. Y Cavalry Alabama, VanderulU, and Wilkc . Washington, May 29 Tho Navy Depart ment ordered tbe steamrr anderbilt to cruise In the latliule where the recint d en red at inn of the iiratu Alabama were committed, and among other ports she was Instruct od to enter wastbatofFernandodeNoronba.whcruthuAla tMtnu rendezvoused Upon reaiblng tbe est Indha. Admiral WULl. Instead nf aiintnir iur to carrj out the order of the Department, seized h'sr as bis flag-ship, and at latest dates she was cruisinir uuder his directions. Auto. dated Pr dispatch. The Ileuel Movement In Front. W e are reliably Informed that tho rebel Gen. Hood moved up his division from Lee's posi tion to Culpeper yesterday. General Banks, in his march, captured rebel orders for the enrolment of negroes Into ragl menti. Second Edison FOVR O'CLOCK. F, M. TUB HTDATlnk. V Up to the hour of onr goloi; to pren nothing lmporttnt had btcn rtoclved bjlbeOoTtm. ment In nfcrnic t? VleKlbnrr. Oen.-Qrini; t the Utt adrlces, w muter of the ltntlo, n the redaction of Vlcliitmnr wm nrorrrc. Ing f.rorabljr. MAJOR, OENKriAl. BOTLKIU The JJew York Herald' i WaiMngton corre pondent Datttfv.i .t.i. th.t nn. nniir v.a lrf.dr yone to new Held oflmportant terrlce fitV. (iaM ) XtpuNImn uuuvi lb ururri ittitti t nn i ar i iinra.Ann.ii. We re .orrj to iy thit the .bore li not cor rect. Gen. Bntler It .Itogetber too able a man to be allowed to remain quiet at Low.ll,paii., where be hat been erer since he left here. It may not bo Improper to state In thla connec tion, however, that the President u as anxious to see Gen. Butler In actlre eerrlce as Gen. B. Is to b. ordered to duty. But th. precise place where the President Intends to pnt the General does not exist at this present moment, but It may be made at any time. WHO HAVE A IUGHT TO VOTK1 It being current rumor that the Commission ers of Election Intend to decide adversely to the qualification of voters whose namea do not appear on the school tax list, as compiled by the assessors, the following decision of Judge Dunlop, and the opinion of James M. Carlisle, Esq , thereupon, will servo to enlighten the commissioners and voters on the subject. "Wo copy it from the National IntdUgenctrK of date June 1st 1854. It is the official record. The circuit court met yesterday morning, pursuant to adjournment on Saturday last, fn order to hear the case on a petition for a man damus to compel tbe Register of tbe city of vtasmngionio piace on me un oi amy quali fied voters at the next election the name of Charles S. Wallach, sq.. omitted to be entered thereon by tho Assessors of tbe Fourth ward. Mr. Carlisle addressed the court on behalf of the Corporation, and In reply to the petition of Mr. Wallach above described. He wanted uni formity at all the polls, and asked a decision of the court for the guidance of the Corporation and Commissioners. Mr. Carlisle read the pe tition of Mr. Wallach at length, stating that he Is every way a duly quail fled citizen, and had paiu au nis taxes, as caiica ior uy me two charters of the city of lS-'O and 1818. He there fore demands his right to be considered as a legal voter. Mr. Carlisle gave H as the lew of the Cor poration that by the chatter of 143 It Is neces sary to obey all Us requisitions to be entllled.to vote Thu claim of Mr W allach was based on the charter of 1BJ0, and he (Mr. W.) asks that if his name was omitted through inadvertence or mistake-, It might bo now restored. In the coursu of his argument, Mr. Carlisle based tbe right to vote under tho present char ter on tho payment of the school tax. and beTd that tbepropertyquallllcatlon under the charter ofl&JO Is abolished, ul-o, If a citizen be not assessed before tbe Slst December, he Is not liable to be taxed afuruards. So far as the qualification ot voters is concerned, the opin- inn nritiAPornnr.tlnn hntixxntt,. ,.i,--1... ' ori848entlnly supersede that of 1830, and t ,alhorlllc,f 'n th" behalf, must bo obeyed. was their deslro to know from the Court If A" of which Is aubmllted. their construction Is right or wrong. . " Carlisle, Mr. Chaa. S. Wollach atated that thero were I Attorney of the Corporation, three claiscs of lndh Iduals AlTected In this case. ' He aaked If the charter ol 1M8 supersedes that Appropriations of the I.a.t Congrts.. of 1630, or was it only cumulative and supple. The following Is the official recapitulation of mentary 1 Can a party be made to suffer the appropriations made by the last Congress: through tho Inadvertence or carelessness of tbe I Le,lil.m ., executive, JuJIclal and Assessors or the Register I He contended tint mlictllaneous U,8,41 10 the acts of 1848 inertly granted an extension of Denclenclea for th. legislative, ca ttle right of suffrage, and did not Invalidate wiilv, kc l,M3,3 so f. dim....i a 1 i-.li 1 ... ' .1.;; ni.r.h,i: , z.z:?zi ."? " .:. . . ...j w..-. muv uau uvm .(u v reflect on this question. He would ask If a I citizen were tn iiH(ii-n!"-H Til rltrhf hrr..vo-H in Inad crteuce of a CorrwraUon officer or officers, whether by and by the same thing would not be I done through design! For himself, be had never teen one of the polMlsts spoken ofj they were almost Invisible. One friend of his had seen ono in a Darners snop and another bad i eon ono somewhere else. i No ordinance of thu city of Wn shin c ton can ' oeVonr faWJ:h0TU1!e';h.''of,8;8'joOnt,inu"e? that of 18 20 in force and cnlargea It. Tho ' otner stae asseri ina. tae payment or a school tax Is what entitles to a vote, but if this bo so aliens and free negroes are entitled, contrary to the provisions of the act of 1820. Mr. cox o lusistea mat Mr allacn, or any citizen simuary muuira, is cunueo to an no tion at law against anj Judgis or commission era of election refusing to accept his nrotfered i vote. He also Insisted that, by Its ordinance oi iwv, me e,orpurawuu nau transcenaca its i ???Jl"YR'I? W tltC tU li uiutl a is au HH'Sl vt IIU W CI C I CaCIB I tered In a certain way, and In llxlng the 31st . . it' . . . or ueccmuer neany aix inonius in advance or tbe time or election as aaiybeond which the names of citizens could not be registered. wuen assessors oinmeu giving in tuo names or cart Its as liable to schoul tax. ther violated their duty, cither byoceldent or design; but citizens were not to be made to suffer through their fault, nor to be deprived of tbe right to vote. Equally Incapable Is tho Corporation to refuse a power to revise the lists and correct mistakes and supply omissions; In doing this they tran scend their powers. The case of tho church In rhiiaaeipnia,quoieauv .r iariuie,neinought went the other way The powers were much larger than those granted to this Corporation. Mr. Coxe concluded by reasserting that tho act of 1848 was cumulative and not destructive of the act of 1820, and that, according to tho decUlon of the Court of King's bench in Eng land, in ASUDy hbhb, mr waiiacn would be entitled to an action against au offlcor of election who should refuse his offtr to vote. Mr llradluv. for the Corporation, eharartfr. Ized the petition as seeking to repeal an ordi nance of 'the Corporation which bad stood the trial of three elections, aud had nntll now been quietly acqulsced In hy nil our citizens He denied that tho Corporation had no power to pass those regulations, ainco Congress bad given it all power necessary to carry granted powers into effect. The act of 1848 covered the whole ground, and compels the payment of a school tax In addltlou toother taxes as neces sary to qualification to vote. Tho Corporation tun i) done nothing beyond the exercise of this power Tho ordinance of 1 84 la not contrary to the charter. If Mr Uallach's cxerclaa nf suffrage Is endangered, the fault is nobody's but his own, in not ha.ing examined the printed and published lists Ilcsldea, the period for tho operation of a mandamus Is now too lote, it could opplj only previous to the 31st of December. Judge Duniou tnougnt iuit Mr. Wallach had committed no default He had for years been rrcular tax-payer ani xotcr iu the Fourth ward, and had a right to presume he was con tinued as such. It did not appear that Con gress Intended to deprive a citizen of the right to vole who had committed no default. After Mr Bradley had cone uded. Mr. Car lisle offered the Court a aeries of points or pro positions for their judgment The Court, briefly consulting, decided that ) In addition to tbe qualifications under the act of 1820, that of 184 superadded tho payment of a school tax; that all the requisitions of the act of 1848 must be complied with. In Mr allach's case every qualification was ahown to he complete. It in the Assessor's duty to airk out citizens, and that of citizens to find If they hive been enrotlod, and If all bis quali fications are complin, the c itlzin is entitlciUo ote Mr. Wallach had a right to presume he naa on the list. All persons having Un requisite nua flea- lions, and subject to the school tax, ought to have been assesses1, and are entitled to vote. Congress appeared to have two purposes In this act of 1848 one to describe the proper qualifications for a voter, and the other to raise a tax for the support of the public schools of the city. There were other purposes, but they wvre subordinate and directory, and not indis pensable. The evidence of qualification af forded by tbe registry Is not exclusive; other testimony might ne. a a routed. AJtbouh refU- tratlon Is conyenlent and proper, and although ordered (9 be done, yet If not dona, and all other things be performed, the party li entitled to.oU.' ' Tbo Court granted no formal mandamus In MrVTallaeh's special cat, tbe decision being general, and at each to b. applied by the Com. mlsalonera of Election In bis and all similar Instances, lie will, therefore, under this Judg ment, be entitled to rote, notwithstanding the omission of his name on the lists. I From th. N.tloe.1 Iat.lUt.ncer. June s. ISM 1 opinion oFjTitrs conroriATion at- Tonnsr, jvkb a, mi. T.ai'oFo.u.Me.tl.n. Tht tal Ufa inter', quatljlnitmt U lob. an- ptltd on O14 OayefttKlion, and ft at aifelUxeu 1. is cea ireewnue maie citizen T S. Has he attained the an of tvent.n. MIH t T 3. Has he resided In the cltr of Washington on. year Immediately preceding the day Df elec- 4. Is he a resident of the ward In which he olfers toyotel 5. lias he been returned on the books of the Corporation, during the year ending the Slst day of December last, as subject to a school tax for that yeari or (viMM (As tarn, thing uwltr th. rtcent oKirion of tht court) waa he liable to be so returned, and has he been omitted through the inadvertence and oversight of the ABicsorsi in wmen case ne is to De considered as If In fact returned on the Usui 6. Has he paid the school taxes and all taxes on personal property dne from hlmt If all these questions are resolved In the affirmative, he Is, by the terms or the fifth sec tion of the charter of 1848, " Ektitmd to votx," unless he be "non comvoi tnmtli. eagrant, pauper, or thalt have been eonvteted of an njamvu4 crime.' II. SCHOOL TAX LISTS. 1 Fersons whose namea are actually on tho lists are to be presumed rightfully there. It Is to he presumed that the assessors, being sworn officer,, have done their duty, until tho con trary appears oy proor. 2. In recelrtns: other nertona a. havlev hnn Inadvertantly omitted by the Assessors, the commissioners are charged with similar duties with that of the Assessors) and If they are sat isfied by proof that tho party ought to nave ui-cn remmea on mo lists ana waa omiltea as aforesaid, htttto be eonetdered aion Vit littt; and the samo presumption arises In bis favori so that being challenged that presumption must be overcome by proof. 3. Proof that a partv has been omitted through Inadvertency. The affidavit or the voter himself, and of a known and creditable witness, In the form pre pared by mo, and certified to the several polls, would, In my opinion, be sufficient proof. The credibility or tho parties making the oaths Is, or course, not to be lost sight or by tho commissioners, whose conscience, must be satisfied (as In the case or a Juror) that tbe fact Is proven. They will, of course, not vlcld to mere surmises or unfonnded doubtst hut, as there seems to be great room for abuses In this particular, too much care cannot be taken to prevent them. A Justice of tho peace should bo In attend ance at each of the polls to administer oaths. Nothing further occurs to me to suggest cx-J cepi mat uie commissioners aro unaouuteaiy bound to carry Into enect the recent authorita tive Interpretation of the charter recently made by tho court. Tho substance of that decision Is thst it It not the meaning of tht charter that a citizen thall lou hi vote through the inadvertence and overtight oj the corporation oJJUerl. But whatever Its foundation might be. It la the vital principle of all governments that tho laws, as declared and Interpreted bv the constitutional Deficiencies for th. support of the ".w--.-.- "..j! ?? ruiwucMluBl Naval icrvloe Poat Office DaDartmeiit 6.850.000 oo 80,848,303 01 12.S30 000 00 1.2SO,tV. U 7,843,100 00 2,1 J 1,684 ST I83.1S, 00 P-V SS!?..:" Military Academy Total S7llOU)f70 43 - . Sevemu Covorkssionii. Election, Vin- mvn An fur urA ewim th .i.... F" K"c". Administration candidate m McKenzlo . . . .043 Majority for Kitchen 187 Hon . Owrf Lotxjot Is In town. Hon. Tuannxus Stevens is at the National. Oor. A drew's, of Massachusetts. Is expect- edIn town, Represettatux Lovejot, of Illinois, has left WasblOKtoa for the West. 1-UTnxB Cxlvii Bxxtox, the Rochester .a, . , .............. w"'1". " been corauiltteu la full-the halite- Ina- ntrakl aif IfVI IVI " " ' LOCAL AFFAIRS. Funeral ok Gif ebal Kihkt. The funeral of Ilrlcadler General Edmood Klrby, of the First United States Artillery, took placa at one o'clock tolsy from the resldeuo of Gtaeral Rlcketta. Cnpt Uarti , by request, auperlatended the prelim luary arrangement!. rUMEBAL BCaUOM. The funeral eermon was delivered by the Rev. Smith Pyoe, In a feellar and'eloqueot manner. He eulogized tha noble aad patriotic character which had always marked the young hero FALL BEARERS. The following ofneera acted as pall-bear en. Gen. Seymour, Geu Wax Weber, Gen MerxUth, Geo. Maratoo, Gen De Ruiey, Gcu Morris. Col. War ner, atui ui Hawkins THE EaCOBT The escort waa composed as follow) Second Dlatrlct Heglmeatof vulunteers, a quad- rot, or Scott's boo cavalry, a ad the 17th new York batter). The escort was commanded by Gen. Barry uisTmoumiED rsaaoNAOEa racicx-r. (en Halleck, Assistant Adjutant GeaeratTown- end, Maj Gen Helatzelmao, Gca, Canbr, and other military gentlemen were present. The fu neral waa largely attended and many teara were shed as the frlenda of the young aoldler took their last look at his mortal remains The body was laid la a handiome coffin, draped with tbe flag undtr which he fought so iraely ins rao motion. On Thursday night the President carried to the bedaldeof the wounded man his commlaalon of Brigadier General He raised Mmaelf In the bed to receive the token of appreciation of hit ier- vices, and expressed his gratitude as well aa he waa able fn a few houre afterward he exchanged the stara of a Urlgadter for a place among thoae who, dying In the iime holy cause hat c gone to dwell among the stara forever Ine remalnanf the lamented officer were, at S o'clock, eacorted to the depot to be conveyed to Brownsville, Jefferson county, New York Am or Inpiosnt DiscnAHOKD Soldi ins, The agents recently appointed by authority of the State of New lork to aid Indigent and otherwise unfortunate discharged soldiers, commenced their charitable labors ou Wednesday, and have already relie, ed and sent one hundred and thirty such per sons North, together with thirteen women, the wl. es of deceased soldiers, who hat e been aojourn- loghere Inpotert), and for want or aaalstance heretofore were unable to return home Transferred. E. A. Woodward, ot Oen. Martladale's otflce, haa been, by direction or the Secretary of War, transferred to the Adjutant Geueral a oHlc Rebel Prisoners and Deserters. The fol lowing rebel prisoners and deaertcra were captured yesterday, and sent to the Ontral guardhouse Captain Robert H T)ler. Flghth Virginia; Second Lieutenant John Welch, company 0, Fortieth Vir ginia; Jamea H Vanaess, Fifteenth Mrglnlacav airy; Philip Brown, Benjamin snkios, It p. Olltr, J, S. Brumley, and A, W. Dobyna, all or Fifteenth Virginia cavalry, Martin Cntddtek, Fourteenth Tennessee; R. W. Carter and T. M. SplUman, Math Virginia cavalry, W, Lewis Smlt, Wax. L. Tover on, and D.. Carter, Fifty-fifth Vlrrlnla; L. C Williams, if. HV Northern, r.W.Sely, Thomas LHsbTfiJ a, Via stead, and W.fL Dbel, Fortieth Virginia. ? i K, f,Th following are refugees fronlha South: John Bsrtlett, Hugh I fceagen, lamuel tlaylelt, John Smith, Joseph Thomas, John Kirk, B. W. Harden. J.rx Clark, GO. Lewis, George Belneld, John T. BelAeld. and John T. Waterfleld. Arribts of Soldiers. The following sol diers wtre seat to the Central guard-house. Lieu I. E. Monck,Moth Pa, Reserves, drunkenness. Jao Dluek, Henry W GlirarSf-BAraay taowr Mlakast Huguay and Thps, Oonnoi havlarxo pass. John King. Herman X. Newaan-iOo. W. Rilisr, Jack- con McCartney, w. Holllnbauga, James Green, Henry Hlgaamsa, martin. zigier, on Jones and Wm. fhutt, detertlon."VniUin Davis, Edmund CFlrna, J. Jonea, aatd Malachl Duvall, latoxi- eatlon. i 1 iSB CatlwrrtiL CoTRT. Chief Juttltt CartUrprt tUina Friday, May M-KUa Blacknan, charged with grand laresnr. was fouad not guilty Saturday, May . Margaret Shey, convicted of assault aeti battery, was imprisoned i hour. wm. Kenny, eftet'Kelly, Dennis Sullivan, and Martin Ftp were convicted of grand larceny and sentenced to one year impriaoament. Catherine Brown Lwss convicted of grand larceny and sentenced to one years impriioununi. RXAL ESTATl &ALI. 8o.d by Greed A Wil liams, auctioneers, half tot 90, in square No. 17 1 also, a side auey ana the improvements, which are a good two-story frame house on Twenty- third street west, between north L and M streets, near the Circle. It waa bought by John McGarvey ior 91,110, GEORGETOWN" AFFAIRS. The Common CormciL, In the Common Council, last evening, a report Was received from the committee appointed to examine the plana for anewmarkst house-, which had been received by the Mayor,-and which, tn accordance with a law of the Corporation, be had advertised ror. Accom panying the report were two plans one from Mr. Cluss, of Washington city, D. C, proposing to build a house, with two stories, on tbe present site, for tbe siftra of 925,000, The other waa from Mr. Cor man, of Philadelphia, proposing to build on the present site a house of tbe latest modern atyls audi as are now used In Philadelphia, for the sum of $18,000 The report, which did not propose to accept either proposition, was referred to the Board of Aldermen, and the plans were deposited la the clerk's office, and are subject to tha Inspection of toe two Boarus ior lurtatr la form a tlon. Assaclt. Last nlgbt. about 10 o'clock. Timothy Welch waa arrested for making a furleua assault on Mrs. Welch. Tbe case was examined by Justice Reaver, and ha was held to ball for eourt. Police CAsrs. The followlm? cases were disposed of by Justice Reaver t Nace Johnson, dis orderly conduct; fined $1M. Wm. Waters, disor derly conduct; fined 1 60 Abraham Crlddcll, selling liquor on Sunday; fined $30 44. Henry Kengla, nulaanee; fined 5 6Q. Jno. nil r, drunk) dismissed Tat. Malay, drunk; dismissed Ellen Coaner.druaki fined S3 60. Thos.Tulllran.drunki dismissed. Jno Bowers, disorderly conduct t lined $141. Marinr List. ArrtwiZi Schr. Heady, Cal loway, Vienna; wood Schr. Julia, Foxell, Richmond, Fa ; coal to Gov ernment. Schr. Folar Star, Murphy, Havre-de-Gracti coal to Dixon fc Xing. Schr.Wm. Hone, Scott, New York; hay and stone to Government. Schr. Oak a In, Wright, Bait corn to Hartley at Bro Schrs. Tornado, Dodge, and Moses B. Bramhall. and barge Olio, Smith, Alexandria; light. S'hrc. wuiara P. Fhiuipe, Smith; Amy Chase, Crowe; Naiad Queen, Hulse, Washington; light steamer Baltimore, Lewis, N. Y i mese to Mor gan k. Rblnehart. Departure by fiuvr. From Ray'a Docks Schr. Tbos. J. Tull, Cooper, Dlghton, Mass ; achr. Re becca St Harriet, Brannan, Creton Landing N. Y. From Agnsw's Docks Schr. W. R. Darling, Baxter, Boston; Schr. BroadOeld, Flsk. N. Y. From Sher man's Docks fear. Naiad Queen, Hulse, provi dence, R. L; schr. Matthew c. Durfee, Dearse, Fall tuver, mass. TOm Cumberland Coal at Iron Co. Schr. H. W Brown, Harmon, Fort Richmond, Staten Island, N. Y. Arrivals bt C ax au Boats to Borden Mining Co., with cosh C, F Warmckey , 1 IS tons; Advance, US tons; S. M Petri, US tons; Henry i. avinaic, iujiom; u marmaauKe. l OS Tons. To Ray's Docka, with coal Mrs E Biggs, 108 tons; J. Hall, 113 tons; Chas W Harper, 108 tons To Agnew's Docks) Missionary. 117 tons. To Cum berland C k. I Co Gov. Shaw. 113 tons, lo merchants Wm Walsh, 109 tons, E. A. Boyce, wood ZVjwirfures by Canal Mrs. 8 W Jackson, C A. Fauble, A. F. Darby, Missionary, 8. M. Petri e, Got Shaw, W.Garrott, Thlrza Hall, II. G. RUter FisiiMabbet Herring, 94; from Little Falls, 30,000 to 80,000 No shad In market. UAUHIKD, On the 14th Inst , by Rev Wm. B. Evans. Mr. Euocnl Groves to Miss Maboaret Kenredt, all or this city On the 37th lost, bj Rev Wm B. Evans. Mr John D, D. i e to Mia, Urii.oet Dorn. On the 39th Inst , (it the residence of the bride's parents, In Utltunore county, Md.,) by the Rev. W D.Lvans, Mt.Jamls Noams Bvkmiiam to Miss Scsan Jake Haioiit Bslt. American and Clipper please copy DIKD, la thla city, on Friday, the 39t of Mat, at five o'clock, a, m . Kitanoh Bardlr, artdfitT, of Con sumption Most of her time had been spent In Richmond, Va, but fortheUat fourteen years, she had lived In Washington Wherever she was, all respected her for many valuable traits ot charac ter Long a ploua member of the Baptist church, she practiced with great fidelity the precept of her Divine Master and as wife, mother and friend, was alike exemplary, kind, considerate, forbear ing; and charitable Confided tn by all who knew her, she m as more regarded aa an adt lsory friend, than as a servant In the family of her Master, whose children she bad nursed In sickness and In health, with a Judicious care and attention rarely iiiunini, nun "111111 ream icjiatiu vj Viliiuriiig allltrc- tlun from them Her pleasure was to make all happy around her She was a welcome guest, wherever she t si ted and many.the white as well aa the colored, profited by her example aud discreet suggestions, made In awaytooffind mi one. No fault waa ever attributed to her, except that ahe would rather herself sutler, than expose the errors of others So extended was the uiaitle ol her cnariry, ana oueuience 10 me mandate to love our neighbors as ourselves Having acted faithfully her uart on earth, when the dark hour cume. ah submitted patiently to a wasting disease, and de- panea mis me, n lanmui servant, a true menu, an affectionate wife and mother, and a sincere christian Her funeral will take place to-morrow, Sunday, the Slst, at S o'clock, from the corner of D east and Seventeenth street west The friends of the fami ly are invited to attend specFaxTnotices. 07 At a regular meeting of Good Samaritan Division, held at Union Hall on theevenlngof May IBth, Ittaa, the following preambles and resolutions were adopted) Whereat, In accordance with a wise dispensation of Frovldenoe, our late Brother Jeffrey Goodrldge baa leeii transferred from the busy scenes of thla life i and Whereat, It la due alike to his worth aa a man aud his memory aa a brother that we express our deep sense of his standing itnd worth t Be It, there fore, lUtolwd, That In the decease or Jeffrey Good ridge, we, his survli Ing brothers, have sustained the Joss of on who was ever true to t he princi ples which be professed " Love, Purity, and fidelity" Itetotvtd, That while we mourn and lament over the tleatb of our late brother, we bow in humble submission to the will or Him who hath bereft us Rttolved, That we tender our heartfelt sympathies and consolations to the stricken relict of the de oeaied, and point her to the Cross as a sure and steadrast hope and a healing balm for every wound Kttoired. That these preambles and resolutions be entered upon the record of the Division, and that they be printed In the Daily I hronicte, National Hrpuutem, and evening Star, aud that a copy be transmitted by the H N to Mrs tioodrldge Heaneetfuliv Btihinlttaail In I.nv. Piirllv. Mod Fi delity JAMM W DA Via, H S. Tirot II. LANGLFY, ("Committee. WUBkATefUlTCHLEr, ) i3f- At Calvarr nautlitvChurcb. Fifth street. VWr.JU U BUU aa, lirctll, IU rrtjvssa av. v.vt held EVLRY SABBATH DAY at 1 a.m. end 4 P m Preashlng To-morrow by the paster, Rev. T. R, Howlstt. Cltl tans and itraai cri ar Invited. seats rrs. it iTilTiirfiT lMKrtttltNytTtT V r f " Orrrfc o r'ColxtfctOB, U. , laVERMAt t Reteruk rom D. C., I WAiMiwoTOisMay xftth, 1SCS. S Jvmccsfor THtT,aAi kmo Notaribs jfnite are hereby warned against Issuing affidavits Df any other document requiring a STAMP wltkout the same betfig affixed thereto. Judos orLccriOM are warned agalast tveel ring Ocati ncATze which are not properly stamped. Th penalty la Fifty Vottart for each and every violation of the law. From and after June first, iSiS, no Instnunent'uf writing requiring a stamp will be valid wltnout r t tbe same being affixed thereto. Stamps of every description can bt had at thla offlcJin small or large quantities. L. CLEPHANE, Collector for District of Columbia, Office No. 478 Seventh st., bet. E and Fsts. mylolt CoMMtmicATlow. IbfAcFoferi in th Seventh Wtrii As msny or my friends desire that I should make tome enplanatlon lo reference to my rotes In Council against corporation laws requiring vo ters and commissioners of election to take tbe oath of allegiance and loyalty, my reason waa and is simply from tha fact tbal th charter of theoltr makes provisions as to the qualifications of to tare and commissioners of election, and any laws tha Council may pass on that subject a nullity, as any en may see by reference to section A of charter of 1S48, and section S of charter ol 1S30. Therefor, any attempt to enforce any such lawa of the corpo ration would either subject the commissioner of election to severe penalties, or to entirely destroy the validity of the election And mr reason on the 11th Instant for having the form of oath or af firmation modified waa to make th form appll cable to an affirmation, by adding at th close th words & to J affirm") in parenthesis. t am wii-cir hdq unooaui uon any in lavor or re r learal meaaur to that end. and will eit tha fact that, as th charter allows, the corporation make tha conditions upon which licenses may be Issued. On August 4, 1SS2, 1 prepared, presented, and adrocated a bill which was approved Septem ber 87, 1803, and which of course became a law, which required every person to take the oath be-, for a license could Issue to him for any purpose whatever. Tha fact la. dlalovallv ! kAik - of my offending' I am not an Abolitionist per at; do not belters In negro equality, nor think th Constitution a "league with death and a covenant with hell " Nor am I In favor of placing coloaed children Jo the public sohoola with white children Nor do I prefer Fred Douglas to Gea. McCleliaa ror the next President. This "i Ih turn of mm ojTrn'.iiff.'' and the reasons I am objected to, and many of those who object to m and carp at my course are In favor of these measures I am un eon dltlonxUy for a restoration or th Union, and, aa tbe President haa said, "would save the Union with or without $Uvtryt or would save It part slave and part free.but would save It anyhow." andwould use all means at the command of the Gorernment, even to tbe negro, mad dogs, or rattlesnakes, to do so. Very respectfully, CHAS. WILSON, Member of CouncU, Seventh Ward. WAsiiinaTOR, May S9, iscs. No Compromise with Theasoi or Trai tors Notice I am authorized by the Secretary Of War to raise a BATTALION OF CAVALRY for tpeeia tervice. Each company will be organlted as prescribed In General Orders No 136, scries of 1833. All officers will be selected and appointed by the Colonel Commanding, subject to the annroral of the Secretary of War From the peculiar nature of the service reouired ofthia Battalion, none but sober, honest, an4 In telligent men will be enlisted The best, fleetest, and most serviceable Iloraea only will be used. This Battalion will be armed with the new cele brated Repeating Rifle, discharging fifteen shots per minute. For further particulars, apply at No. 21T Penn sylvania avenue. L. C. BAKER, mays 1m Colonel Commanding Battalion. Tub National Umioh Leaoor will hold public meetings every TUESDAY EVENING, in their Hall, 481 Ninth street. Ther will be Speeches, National Songs, he. 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