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ITOiUZOlTVLailTi uaMtatutou 0:jJ J .1 .It-tOl-" (keJe.t.a nitni i iiibIt " e l-'WASHINQTON, D.'O. lw ha. S IwiiHiii. wa.ro si ran. aabaxasi .JiaoiaaVWeUle!., OrieaetU, IN. - fjcr-aoiJi-uri-SAUi-i-DnManD 4lT9J"AP,rAByia Ml mno, abD lW(M 1T I' IB rSOPU AHD TOLUCT .jura 04 uu tianv puxaxibtlt iiu -Iihiw lllrti HIAasMew, April k, stfA ,. J' vjinTiaiTiiri itbi Amnaiff naru ).MO0U-I TADOHTTO D9DXK8TARD THAT Ja. iVwUMl (At Vatted Jfetee Aerll .AS WW. f isnow.aii who 011 mil ixmniDiir iani cosjnaicju, wno au tirid -OTOB'OVB 7LA0.WH0 Hi, OITIS 1H- rarcnonTDTAn oo touts, asd cdb. vcncBOusxv asv inuiu, amd dock , TARDA, A3 DI WILL SHOW TO0ATIA1TOR. , ITJTfiAT ,1 JXX8IDXKT OF Till URITID , gTATAS, I WOULD SO AS TIIOXAS JATFIB- AwirDiD -ur.iioe. wiTn aakov burr, i "WOPtP- HAT THKM ARRISTR), AHD, IT ooicTEDwrrMm Tin miakiko axd -COPB OF TBI COJtmTCTlOir, BT THE aMTMRSAL QOU.I WO CUD MXKOOTK ,rjX'J AIW Jhiki, Ue Bnttti AJX teller, reletlac U tae aetserleMea of. or "aerertlelaf la, th. RarvaueAK ekeal be Ad AtemW testae BUU.erm, aeaaoT.. t AllUUere.rcBueaataUUBeiBteae'edf.r,e JlMUBr nmfTf7 rtlfttUf-to Ibe tdlUrU geeartee.Blef'lBepap.r, eboele be aaareeMdlo l Ueelt.r. as ebeee. ToCoeaBarKABBTe, 4f. iUH .aa belakea "tf eaeariaees .eamaBlcattoBa, Whatever 1 leUa'e.afor'lB.ertlea tsael be aathaHeBt4 b j IV Mm Kit a41r.es M tb writer Bet aeeeeea rilrf.rBeblleatiea, bet a a g aaraal j ( Us geee AltA. Basla.ei eat etber correspoadeata will greetl ebtif e tb fablLbere Bad tb Zdlter by eemple jliff vtb tbf abeTe Mf feetloa. We aaaertake te rstara rejected. om TnpRSDAY::::::::;::::JANUAnT JJ, 18 I ,HBOIPT10I8, Tit IiAdiii or tet PuiiDin'i llouu. juld will be "a! horns" Tuesday erealngs, 'ini HiVwIU trt DrAwtng Room roceptlom tFridAy anning . Bbcbbiabt ad Ui. McCoLLocn'B ueond B.rnIIBrpttoil will tAb plao on ThurB- dAy'aizt, oomsMMlDi; at 8 p. m. CArdi liluwj. MJ. StciiTAiir Wzllxi will b it bom Vli W4nditj afltrnoonl. Cirdl hmrB been iBfawt for Stontar and Mri, Wiliia' t ning nxptlon ob Friday, January 2ttb,anJ FabraArr 2d, eommcnelng at 8 o'clock. laa SiCAiTAAT or tbb Iiiob and lira. IUelib will ncatr on Monday Ten lng. Mrt. IUtLiK and ladltt of tb famllj- will rcIr tbtlr iiitnda on ) tdnudaj aftr ffooni i Jrm 1 to 4 p. m. ilia. Attorset Qcoril Eriio will rt lr oa Wdnidaj alUrnoont, from 1 to 4 oloeic. Eisatoa aiis MaaTJIouan bar laiatd leaxdAibr roevptlona at tbir riidne, eornr ofl and FlltMath itrta, on Tbnriday r nloji, January 55th, February lit and 8th, jeonimtuelDf at 8 o'clock Z&VATDR AID Mia. Sibbiai bar Illnd arda for 'Tolnr- rcptloni at their rati' dance, 922 K itrt, on January 29ib and fJruary ltn o commano at 8 o'clock. &pkr Colfax'a ncccptlona. Wa an aothorii! to announc that Spoakar CoLrAX'a reptoni will b eontln ad rr7 Thnraday TalDg hrcartar from 8) till It p. m. Ih reception of Speaktr CoirAx'i mother Ad alatar, Mri. and MUa aIatbiwi, for ladlea, and gentlemen accompanTlog them, will b continued BYeryM'edneidaj afternoon from 12 to 3 p m Tim rUKJIDKMT OF TIIK SOL DIEItl' AMD SAir.onS' BATIOM- At, union USAUDB, Th 8oldin' and Ballon' National Union Laagu on Tutiday lactd u IU Frefldrnt( General Edwaud Ward Uixki, of Ifuia ehaiatti. Oenaral Hibki cam to thll cltr. rla Annapolli, In April, 1881, u tleutcnant Colonel of the Eiahth realment Ifananhn eetU ToIantr mllltla,th regiment which pn4 tb Annapolla rout, after ths reUli of Utlmer bJ ve aToMntatl with thacapltal through that cltr. II had al radj baaa appointed a Firit JLlutnant I n tha ragvlar army .tha Third caralry, w b tier: "Shortly afUr reaching Waiblngton h waa'appoldtad Colonel of th Eighth, and at tharnei)f ollcltatloa of General Mc. Dowill, General MlmriELD, Senator Wil aoi, Oeneral BotliI, and torn othara, he waa Anally Indnoed lo accept that command, Although by the rule then preralling In the War Department h waa compelled thereby to vacate bli commission In tb regular army. Upon the closo of the "thre months' oam palgn" of th mllltla, Colonel lima waa ap pointed by Oorernor Anomw Colonel of the 19th Masiaehuietls Infantry, a regiment which under his command attained A degree of discipline rarely equalled by any trcops, ao thorough, Indeed, Jhat It could be trusted, and waa trusted to perform any erolutlon, to change front, under the sererest Ore, and in poaltlona from which other troops fled panlo stricken. Some remarkable displays of this aorr Look place before Richmond on tb 23th ofjjui,,)!, and at Antietam. While In MMMPd of brigade on the upper Poto mac, In the winter at 'SI nd '62, Colonel Uinta saw.lwo of his junior eolonels pro meted te generalslilpa orerhls head. lie was frequently recommended and uniformly after -OAch en ageuten" tn whioh be took plrUjjrfputWi byflenerals Baoowicit li4 Bvt nl dlrlilen And oorpa too- I - 'it M ii manders, a reconunendAtlon which aerar tot further thaa headnuerUra his views of the BaM'aBlairAu-eta. Itf-whlch h. bad taken, a band.' not.belw I satisfactory to the Mm- m.ndl.ahin.ral f " 1' JJ. -M " ., V j t 1 ?! ln the retreat frol. Wo R.ehmond. k nma waa sererely wounded near th Quaker Church. This did not, however. Uoag detain bla frem-lhe ield. While IX oopmand at Bolivar be bad been called to mourn the death of his only child. While oa the march tbroeigh Maryland In 1842, while reading a cheerful letter from bla wife, be received A telegram, announcing her sud- den death, n sought a leave of absence long enough to allow blm to go to MaasaehU' acttei It waa rafased, and then he did what any man with haman feelings would have done be went without. Half aa hour at the funeral of bar h best loved, and be waa again on Jul way to the front to report him eelf la arrest. Reaehtnr the army again. battle was' Immediately lmpeadlog, and he was sent to his command. Through the Are of Antietam be was, aa ever, neareil th enemy, until at,lat.i maaybolleti bronght blm low, and be waa left on the field aa dead. Then came appreciation. The supposed dead msnwas commlssloneda General: a committee of the city eovernment of Lyaneamo on to pro- oh re his body and arrange for bis faneratTbey found him yet living, but with nine ballet holes In bis body, and Ufa fast ebbing away; and as they watched, It seemed sometimes that the light bad quit gone oat. Yet be recoreredf and after commanding a year In New liampehlre, ha appeared again la th field nnder his first commander, uen. Bur Laa, at the bead, of the colored troops, which were subsequ,enUy organised at the Twenty- fifth army eorpe. II remained there until he was utterly unable to continue longer, and then he was transferred to New Yoik, as ProrostMarshaJ, and aubiequently to Penn sylvania; and In each of these positions be displayed that Ctga dgre of ajcutlre power which bis immediate friends only had known blm to possess before be entered the service, bat of which be gave ample evidence the moment h waa placed at the head of the old Slghth. Since his retirement from the army he baa rendered most efficient service Ja the Unloa oanse la Pennsylvania and New Jersey. THE AlAlOHdVin AMD WISOOIKI ItAOK. This much-talked-of race between the two naval steamers named above, Is at last about to take plaoe. We understand that the Al gonquin Is reported ready, and the Wlnooskl having always been ready, the trial of speed will commence this week If the weather is favorable. The accne of the trial will be Long Island Sound. The Wlnooskl was built at the Charlestown (Massachusetts) navy yard by United States Constructor William L. Hlascox, and the Atgcnqnln was built at the Brooklyn (New York) nary-yard by United States Constructor B. C. Oilo both upon the same model. If the Wlnoockl'a machlnary has not been overworked of late and runs well wa hare no doubt that she will beat the Algonquin. While Interested parties have been repair ing, brnshlng up and putting in good run ning order the Algonquin's machinery. En. glneer Ihikiwood has been extensively ex perimenting, Imprudently, It Is believed. If not unnecessarily, vrith the machinery of the Wlnooskl, and at considerable expense to the Government. The race will be witnessed by a fleet of plasur and Gorrnmnt steam yachts. tVIIO IS THE PnEIIDERTt There Is a xeneral desire to know who li President of the United States Tfm Yuri HtraU, 2irA. The above Is a rather significant question in view of the fact that Jama Gordoi B iit, Jr., the son of his father, and now editor-ln-ehlef of the New York 7eroc,came all the way from New York to this city a hasardous expedition in these days of rail. roadlng and fladlog that Ainaiw Joaxaoi waa President of the United States, asked that hlrh official, on the tuiHlv-tkird Inst., toranl Aim BbxiittJoh audience, which waa done, during which Ilaiai Wriorr, the European operatic agent of Bskkivv, waa obliged to cool hU heels In the ante-room. Bixkitt can satisfy the "general desire." GEtl. BASICS' SPEECH. We present on the first page of to-day'e RimiLicAi a full .report of the admirable speech of Gen. Baaxa before the Soldiers' and Bailors' National Union League, deliv ered In Representatives Hall last evening. The speech of Senator Wilioi is In type,but Is unavoidably left out until to-morrow. SUNDRIES TO SUNDRIES. Col R. M. IIoi Is In Paris. On. Siiruai Is coming hither. Hurt A. Wisi Is lecturing In Richmond. DaroirroRiES of Government funda 569. DasrauCTlva floods reported tn California. Til bridging of the St. Lawrenoe by ice makes an Inoreaied revenue force necessary, Giv. BaisiH commands at Pine Bluff, Arkansas. A. II Srirnns refuses to take any part In politics. 1blawari railway completed to Princess Anna, Md. A oirl of fifteen years Is on trial In Boston for bigamy. Curiitu, Mississippi, Is getting over war' effects. WooL-aaowins' convention at Pittsburg, Fbruary 8. Fiiark IIoobr has been appointed secreta ry of the Soutbslde railroad, at Petersburg. Taa Manaasaa railroad between Straaburg and Harrisonburg, Va., Is to be rebuilt. PncsiniKT Joiisoi'r message waa pub lished In full in the New Frankfort Zntutig. CoviTKBraiT Interest coupons hare been discovered at the Treasury Department. PairARATioas on a large scale are making In Mobile for the spring races. Joal Minoa Borra doesn't sueceed in getting bis claim through the Quartermas ter's Department. Richard M. Biall, printer from Mont gomery county Mil, died at Warrenton, Va on the loth Inst. Ii Nelson eonnty, Va., the negroes are go- log to work on contracts for the year at wages of from sixty to eighty dollars, Larob quantities of lumber are coming from Canada. Reciprocity fe about up, yon mow. Ei-MiroR H?r, of PblledtlfMa, Is named for Judge Thompson's successor on the Common Pleas Bench, a ji, ,h, Uto murder caao at HUlfax.lJviL' .v. -J-tUJ. k' ! .... vi fiL theeook Via k'an(r4jUerdaT. .The mite :"'IT'". 5???' "MaffS ",!"- awneeaeea tawiisaameii nr uii .,.' Vo.'al. 'SoiYVbegln .Ye. betln an en gagementat one of the Philadelphia thaa. l-M. RafrGioaoa iiowi. an old'Bantlst efer. gyman, of FredetliJb"rg, Va.7. fed' list;' week, leaving eight children and twenty-two grand children. Tbb MhnxEimtHgJturati Alwutut for 1866 has,reaoheJus. It ,la a very vali uabie,,welI-packeilAwell-aiTaaged, and well, printed aanuALi... On hundred inou'sand dollars of the new Issues of 'fractional currency, designed to sapereede the old Issues, will be Issued ant week. Oria $125,000 tn coupons of the T-JO In tarest-bearing bonds have been redeemed since th 15th Instant by the United States Treasury Department. Til grand Jury ' Lafayette county. Miss., bare found a true bill" against General A. J. Smith, U. B, A., for burning the court- boas and town of Oxford In the summer of 1864. Til schooner Adelaide, of and for Suffolk, Va.,iromifortlaad, with a oargo of lumber, went' ashore oa the south side of1 the Vine, yard oa the night of the 20th Instant. The crew were completely exhausted. The cap tain died from exposure oa th 18th. FaoR the 8th to the JJlh Instant the re ceipts from customs at the four principal ports amounted In th aggregate to $2,722.- 464, aa follows: New York, $2,334,691) Bos. ton, $238,390; Philadelphia, $9f,T14; Balti more, $63,647. A law iotil tn New Orleans announces that It neither seeks or deelrel the patronage of Northern men. There Isa't a hotel In New Orleans fit for a man who ever dined at Parker's to lire In; and there won't be .nut II some Northern man goes there and puts things to rights. Duaiso the year 1865. about 123.000.000 letters passed through the post office of the city of New York. The amount of poster oa both letters and paper! waa $1,T21;S79.40; amount received for box rents, $67,786.75; expensei or office, $359,791.71; profit to Gov ernment over expenses, $1,306,174.22. A Loanoi milliner who took advantage of the Insolvent act Ihe other day, affirmed that the Princess of Prussia, the Marchioness of Hastings, the Countess of Fife, Lady Rn dlssham, and other noble ladles, were ber debtors, but were so slow In paying their bills that her own creditors must be con tented with a dividend. Tan United States Supreme Court has con firmed the decree of condemnation In the case of the British ship Admiral, captured in De cember, 1861, off Savannah, by a Government Teasel, while attempting to run the blockade of that port, and taken to Philadelphia and Ubeuea as a prise. I Monroe oounty, Alabama, an agricul tural association baa been formed among the Southern cltlsens, which is said to be work ing with remarkable eueeess, scouring regu lar and reliable services from the freedmen, and providing for the young and aged. The county It almost free from vagrancy, drunk enness, and crime. Ox. Trrrt, commanding at Richmond, looks with doubt upon soma of the measures of the reoonstructees. lie haa Issued an or der prohibiting any civil or other officer from attempting to apply the provisions of the vagrant act recently passed by the Legls latnre to any colored person In the Depart ment or Virginia. He says the ultimate ef fect of the statnte would be to reduce thq freedmen to a condition of servitude worse than that from which they had been eman cipated. Taa 21st Illinois Infantry, the regiment In eommand of which Gen. Grant entered upon the brilliant military career whioh culminated In his commission ,ai Lieutenant General of the American army and navy, has just re turned from New Orleans. This veteran regi ment now numbers four hundred and ninety two men and twenty-one officers, among whom are only fifty men and two officers who started out with Gen. Grant at Colonel. One of the originals la the commanding offloer of the regiment, Col. Jamison. Wb take the following from the Washing ton Correspondence of the Bolton Journal: "youiverToni.1 The correspondent of the New Orleans Times also makes the same affirmation. In precisely the lame wordl. This coincidence would seem to Indicate that there may be omethlng in It. We hare detailed the Pundit and Mr. Quibble to look Into It, and our reader! shall bare the earliest benefit of their views on this tremendous question. Cansjreee. After our report closed yesterday, the bill to extend the powers of the Freedmen! Bu reau wai further discussed by Senators Da vis And Willit, and icveral amendment! were offered, which were voted down. It was finally agreed that the vote should be taken at 3 o'clock tO-day. In the nouie, the amendment to the Con itltutton proposed by th Reconstruction Committee was debated by Messrs. Kbllrt, BaoiwRLL,Coor, Maiiiall, and Schbxc. No vote was taken on tb question. Master Cover's Matinee. The farewell matinee of this musical prodigy will take place to-morrow afternoon, at Seaton Hall. The verdict of all good Judges who have beard Master Cokib pro nounce him one of the finest singers or the present time. This Is a faot, and embodies mere real praise In his behalf than wa could oondenee Into a ooluma criticism. Lovers of music who fail to hear htm will be ever after wards sorry. Reconetfucilou. It Is stated to-day that the Committee on Reconstruction have agreed to report a bill to regulate the elective franchise In the Slates lately In rebellion by act of Congress, under authority of tha constitutional amendment lately adopted. 'collector at He w' Verk. The statement by aa evening ootemporary yesterday, that a Mr. Coixliay-if Byracuie, N. Y., has been appointed Collector of the Port of New York, fas loeorrecjt, no ap pointment hil yet been 'made. Til First National Bank of Jiederlok, Virginia,, was today nomlsAted as .a de peiltory for public noncy, ECiMBfflON hi ll mj5iiaL th-' -" V1 v - ,J V RBCBFTIOaS TB8TBXIDAT A ..th afUniooB rtctptloni 7itrd-y Xbnx In .Jiinlur tin UUnd! Jtj th w bit not Mm lofltf'ttftN fcxt.iM.t4 r- porU. Q ik, BH-iiin.mllf hTerttt6Y4 thVr snur from th IVWtt Hfcj to th ' f.ot'eMlorXt. tetattitrMt, atirJBlxlla, tb ferMi Miat4bfI)lidti.rvrxitEi ud r. witlr faplt4 by n0, r.irr, ., th btaktr, M j. Our- D, 8. flr-xiBT rrlt3 U th city Utl TBlif , tfctnt Mm for twtlr yn. Iltbu Vm .! U1M iiiU actiT lTTl deuUf U Urt wvr ri i i ! -J A W w Plan for t n OorcnimcBt of th Dt-trUt f Colimblft,) B8..tor Hon ill xportd ft l to-ttfty pro vldlog tot th ftianptloa of Iff UlftUos by Ca gtttt for tbo f iTrftmtftt of th1 Dlitrlet of Co lonhlft. Th Aral wcttom rp-lt th churUr of Waih- l(toft jfl& Goorgotova. t4 th Lyy Coart or th Co&ily of yraihlif ton : tad thoblu farthar provldM foi'th appoUtiaj.f of thrt District of ColambU CmmUiIoatri, a TilTat Berttary to th Pmftdtat for th DUtrUV-'Bolidtor. aa Ai auor,eOolItorof Tax, aTrnnrr('I Oonp trollr,aQrkofthCoKmlaan.ftkXafl8Mr or Sarrtyor, a Board oC Hoalth, ooatUtlaf of foor phyaUiaa. (oa prtaclpal aad thro ooaiBlUar ;) a Drd of efdacatloB.coftiUUaf of tho Com ml iloir ahd th rrirat 8rtary or, lhk DU trtctj a 8vprtatadat of Wlf ht' aad VT-i nrai; a Board of Polic, eoniUtlag of thCom mlMloaor aad ilx ciUitaif a Clark of Io 11c,; afiaprlaUad4at( Folio aad thro 8 r CfaaU; Polio Patrolnta (abl to fad and writ t lEagllik UaaAf ) aol totxcMdlM; a fir Bpartmat, vlth a chief n(tnr aad ffletataaubrof;Aro eompal; atapr1a tadat of ttrooU ; flr aad poll tlf raph d partnat. (inpriBUadat, aailitaat iapria Uadtat aad thrMoporatort;) a waUr dtptrt mat, eoaUtlg of oommUilonfra aad aa n ftaor aad a draaghUaun. Thtprtatlpalofflwra ar to b appoint by th .frt.ldat, aad hold oBIm at U plMjare, aad th tabordlaatt by th oomnltaldatr Tb oomtaUdeaoraar U booltlMOtof tb DUtrlet 9ft Iwuty-flT yar old, Tbo polio omnU aloatn ar to bo thra la th lty oa la Ooorg Uwa aad oa la tb ooaaty. Tba bill, wbleh U Try Tolanlaoat, waa ra frrt4 to th ComtUtoath District of Colom bla. Tha eUcor Th iteamiUp Mitaor now hold by th Unltod Btatu marshal In Natr York, upon tarplclon that aha It Chilian property was lannohod at Fortsmoqth, N, U,, In Uaroh, 1804, for IU D. and John M, Forbs,ofkItoi ton. Thy, Mttirs. William Carey A Co . (tha agants,) and th oommandcr of tha ship unit In affirming that tha royag to Panama la ante red upon In good faith. foroommretal parposos. Bat thtlr (Torts, and thota of amlnant oonnal among whom ar llaisri. John A. Andrew and Wm. M. ETarts hay fatlad to eonrlnoa DUtrlet Attorney Dloktn on, and th rhfp Is still held. She Is nald to he admirably adapted for a heary armament. Mr. Dioklnson Is said to b confident that be can pror tha allegations sat forth in the libel. , TniRTY-NINTH CONGRESS First Bosslon Tho rid ir, jAxvARr2tJ. 1860. BENATK. Mr. Foot askd to be exensed from sr rlto oa th CommltU on Fnslons. Bo or derail. Mr. Orlmeswa exensed from serrice on tha Committee on Fubllo Lands. llr. Snmner profeated petitions from cltl teni of Pennsylvania, asking th guarantee of a republican form of government) which wf re referred to the Committee on Kecon st ruction. Mr Harris presented th petition of Paul S. Forbea. asking for relief from a eontraot for the building of araise!. Referred to the Committee on Karal Affairs, Mr. Cowan presented tbe'ptlUlon of cltl sens of Pennsylvania, asking foraneh action as ehall prevent States from making distinc tion tn civil rights on account of color. Re ferred to the special commute on reconstruction- ., Also, a petition In favor of protect We tariff, which was referred to the Committee on Finance. Mu lleadrleks, from the CommltU on PabLIo Lands, reported a bill to itablish an additional land office In the Stat of Oregon; which, at the request of Mr. Williams, waa take nop and passed. Mr Wilson called nn the bill to restrict the expenses of collecting soldiers' claims, making It a penal offence to eharg mora than $10 for collecting a soldier' olalm. Fending tha consideration of th abovo, tho morning hoar expired, and the bill to enlarge tha pew era of the Freedmen'a Bureau waa taken up Mr. Davis took the floor against tha bill. BOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. On motion of Mr. Lafllo, from the Com mittee on Printing, twenty-five thousand copies of the reports of Lieutenant Oeneral Q rant and Carl fshurs,wlth the accompanying documents, on the oondltton of tha late re bellious States, be printed for tha ns of tb House. On motion of Mft Farquhar, a resolution waa adopted Instructing the Committee on the District of Columbia to report a bill et da ding from the right of suffrage) In the Dis trict all persons who have -voluntarily borne arms against tha United States In tha naval, In the military, or etvll serrlc of tha late so-called Confederacy. On motion of Mr. Rice of Massachusetts, the Committee on Comiaeroe was Instructed to Inquire into the expediency of reporting a bill to Indemnify for property thrown over board to save lives from shipwreck. Mr. Benjamin offered a resolution, which was adopted, directing Inquiry as to enforc ing the law requiring officers to give bonds for the performance of their duties. The House resumed the coosldratlon of tha constitutional suffrage amendment. Mr. Eldrtdge, of Wisconsin, and Mr. Strouse, of Pennsylvania, addressed the House against the amendment. Mr. Hlgby, of California, followed on tha same side. . New York Stock List. Dy Hanker' aad Broker! Telegraph to Lewie Jobnsom k Co ) jtaw lOBa.ejan. ao a p. P.M. lMlCoanon ',.. & Do do fi-J0'e. Certificates of Iadabudaaas,. , Canton Company Cumberland Coal Co. Prforrl . Qalckiilver KlaUff Co,..,, ,,. Kew YerkCeatrnlBellrQsd, Erie Hallway, .,...,.,...,, Hudson Hirer Railroad... .. .. Heeding Railroad Michigan Central XaUread Mleb. (to. aad W. Indiana Railroad lllloota Central Railroad.., Cleveland It PttUbargh Railroad !l03 . iiji ..39 .. SI . si . Ml .101' e or .us unieage n, weatera naiiroaa " M ' preferred , Chicago end Roeklelaad Railroad.,,,,.,.,, PI lit., FL Ways. Caloego Railroad.... Ohio and UUuUppl,Crtlfte,,,,,,,Mr Gold ,,,. i...,.,,.,, Market doll. M . H m IxTiiVeii. RiTipwiaHsciirT To.pxr NATIDrWbinEPUBUCAN, I IK-'I', I lt : p'Kfrj-T . AHRIVAL OP THE HIBERN Tho Insurrootlon. THE BHITI8H CABINET. toM&ifitfn. Jle-ltho aUamilp JIlC bernia. irora wverpooi on tne inn inrnnr, via Londonderry on th 12th hu arrived. Cotton ateaad at m decline of lalld.. hot nartlallT rMormd and etoeed firmer, though at a decline of laid, on American. Sales of the week, 60,000 balee; sales Friday, 10,000 bales middling Orleans; at 20d. Braadrtuffa firmer. Provisions steady- Consols for money eojaai Dius oaiaoo. It Is reported ithat twenty-one armed Fe nians recently arrived at SUgo, and were Immediately arrested. The ship Worcester, from Baltimore, has reached Liverpool in a Tery ox 1 Dpi ad stats. She en oo an tared fearful weather in the chan nel) had her foremast carried away, and was otherwise damaged. It was reported that tha Spanish Insurgents mnder Geo, Fiim had defeated tha Govern, menteolumn nnder Qen. Corehaj bntofflolal dlsMtohea renroteilt thai tha Insnrrants are discouraged and retreating: They alro re port xm cbaog in tna eiiuauon. ,, Bullion In the Bank of England has de croated 218,000. The weather In Bogtand had moderated, but tha effects of the recant gala continue to be exhibited In disasters to slipping. Owing to tho storms, telegraphing between Liverpool and London has been entirely sus pended. Commercial and financial news from London Is only to Thursday night. Tha shin .Joph Holmes, fomrerp&ol for Kew Orleans, put Into Holyhead. The Paramount Is ashore off IilayBoand. The Persia, for Wilmington, and the 'Volant, for New Orleans, put bock to Liverpool on" the Uth Inst. The shin Resolute, iVom Mobile for Liver pool, pot into IsUy Sound In a leaky condi tion. She had lost her mlsienmaat. The Lord Duffern put back to Liverpool The ship Mountaineer, from Mobile, Aog. 27, has not been heard of since that dater The London Timet and other journals having attributed tha pressure on tha money market to heavy exports to America on credit, letters are published from commercial men refuting such arguments nod showing that remittances have been moil prompt and heavy. The cotton receipts are set off against British exports. The discount demand continued moderate, and th bank rate remained at 8 wr cent. LiTxarooL, January 11. Breads tufl.-- nour Inactive and nominal, ubeat firmr winter red 10s."ld.al0. 4d. Corn quiet at 20aa20s. 2d. for mixed. Provisions. Beef quiet but firm. Fork, no sties. Bacon firmer. Lard easier, sales 69. Tallow vary doll and oi avu. lower, eagar quiet, voce inactive. Rlee.no sales. Rosin' firmer. Turpentine, quiet at 47s. Petroleum quiet and steady. It Is stated that Mr. Oosoha Is to have a seat In th British, cabinet. Fenian trials are atllL progressing: at Dab- Hn. Brrne. th ex-warden or:Kirkmouth prison,' is under trial for aiding Ihe escape, of Bieveos. The mllltarr revolts In Spain, nnder Gen. Prim, made no progress. The Insurgents had gained tha mountains of Toledo, out were eloseiypursued. It was suppoaea tnat uen. Prim would disband them and attempt to es cape to Portugal. The Insurgent garrison of Avllla reached Portuguese territory and disarmed. Madrid Is nnder martial law, but It re. mains quiet. Considerable excitement was occasioned by martial law being proclaimed at Mew Castillo. It Is reported that at Barcelona crowds ha been dispersed by the military. The Chamber of Deputies nnantmonsly re solved to present a loyal address to the Qaeen. The Emperor of Austria restored their property and granted other concessions to parties who Illegally emigrated from Venitla, The Ortero Harder. New York, January 23 Pelllcler alias Salvador, the accomplice of Qo males In the murder or Urtep, nas oeen conrioiea or mnrder In the first degree. The murderers will be sentenced to-day. New York af arket. NxwYoax.Jan. 35 Cotton Is dull and drooping at 49, Flonr advancing Southern steadr. Wheat steady end quiet. Corn Is dull. Beef steady. Pork heavy. Lard steady. Whisky dull. ColarabtattInsttrame) Company. New Tone, Jan. 2 5. The Colombian In surance Comnanrreaolved to continue busi ness on a capital of $2, 000,000. LOOALWmWB. The Trial of Lafayette C. Baker for False imprisonment and EitortloB. S E O O N D D A Y CROSS-EXAMINATION OF MBS. COBB, Tbe Teitimony for the Prostration Closed. a Tb Testimony lor tha Defence. THEY CLAlil NO AltHEST WAS ' MADE. CnivnUL Couat J"r(Jr PiiAw.-ifEd- warl C. Oar ring too ,r and Mcwra.' Joa. II, Drad ley,sr. and Jr , proaecutlDg) Tbe trial or Lafayette O. Dakar, late chief de tective of tbe War Department, was tesamd this uernlsff In tb Criminal Court.' Oa tbeopsBlar of lae court Mr. Bradley aald tbat bavin? had bo opportaalty yoaUrday to cosfer with the witness on tbe stand, they' felt constrained to have the rules of law enforced. They bow offered to the gentlemen on the other aide the greatest opportu&uy to inquire into tbe character of thla lady. 'We) Bow throw tbe doors open to M.m wld to exatalae Into bar charac ter. W are prepared to meet It. Jadge Fisher aald eay question might be put to the witness relative to aayihlng teetlted to bar darter ber exaratnatlanta-ehIeC Upon far ther redaction, be thought the counsel could ge back without eonflnlog themselves to nay time. as raieu yeaieroay.- ia reierouco io aay matter whleh u eookea of oa the examtne.tlon.ia. ebtef theconaael may queitlon tbe wltaeaawltli out regara to any oeanua una paes. Tba roeoexamlaeUoB of Mrs, Cobb was then commenced by Uu St b ton, Wltaets, flret became aoqualated with Captain Howell oa Saturday, the 4ih of November; was latrodocecio blm by Samuel J, Jonas, an attar ay-etlaw from Hew Yorki mat htm at WU lard'a Hotel vcldeatallyt dU not make any eu fagement to meat him anbaeqnently. He agreed Dooms' to eay hotel tkateveelng Hedldnot come that evening, but tbe next day It waa at tb Aveaue illouae.ln the pretence of uy bua band, that tbo contract waa made Q. Did eon act danonnoe Geo. Baker la that cenveraatloa f Obi a tad to by th prosecution, and objection aaiU.nad. Couaael for defence exaeptad to Ibe rules of tbe court. ... Wltaeas told captain uoweii a bom boi use bower through whom or by what laftneaee she MMlaaJ th VtarJaa. skea wo Bid not tell blm Of aay other living aoul. Io our conversation I tqld him I would aot work without some eompeasa lloofor my labor and I told blm furthermore that money would aeeompllah almost aaythlag. Captain Howell wae hare called opoe. stepped Nrward, aod was Idaatlfl.d by the wttaeaa, " XI avj R)tJ Wl&as nfilved tbe erdehor the psrdoa twfl the rnataont Received the pardo4 fresa. Major UagJ ' I aald t waa' aledgta with the Pmldent not iafdsllrfrthepardeateneweUautd betook lb aaiaMtVatki 1 1 wa required to give tty receipt for U paNoa at b aitoraey OeaerstU DMI dirrlvyKealpt ii V, r.FJeatanU, the Wdo'cltrkyWiat toSt iwoxaeyrflah- Li'fl&raee aVDom iwntv mnnii Diiart idk r: -.t z--"izrs J7.r:" :; - j j HOCK. 7 am aveparimeni wae not igiue one went nr aeeuniT ror toe proper dUpoaltlon of that pardoa. Witness was to-t eeelte tardea oa Keday If poetble.-1ok t&e potuiOB moBaar morning, win to ne Aiior aey General's offlee, aad pNeeatedtUjto Mr. Fleaaaati. Be aald he eonld do aothleg With It. witaess thea weat to Mr. Aahtoa. laalataat Attorney 0 sacral. He said be could do nothing Wltbtte Wltaeas thea took It to the rrestdeat's aad ho wad II to CoL Kobert Johaaoa. He sjf said X Should tak It barore Jddgs noitrwiraes here stated all the facte eat forth la the petition ofUowelL He stated he had saved (Jon. John P. Sloub'a lite, aad Oem. Bloagh wae trying to. Sat bla pardoa. Wllaeaa thea Weht to Jodge olt with the petltlOB He could Had bo record of his name. ?Jodf Holt Md witaess to go to the Frealdeat aad staiaiho fasts to blm. Witaess weat I the PrwUaell told blm now ell waa la the city, aad aakad for a pardoa for bin, alalia g that be b4 aaved the life of one of our generals. The Prestdest gave an order to the AUornej General to Imb tbe pardoa.' Wltaeaa weat to tbe Attorney General 'a oflee aad got tbe pardon ( then went to the President and had It signed ; thea took U to the SUte .Department, rot II sealed, gave Mr. Fleeaaata the receipt for.lt, aad got the pardoa. Hover told General Baker that two membere of Congress weat security for her for tbe safe delivery of the pardoa. Wltaeaa was married oa the 1st af tannery, 1M4. Did not lire at Mra. Bell's, oa Twelfth at reel, la 1803 ; moved there oa the 3d or 4th f January, Hl, after I was married made the contract with Howell oa : Sunday afternoon, aad received S10J al that time did aot go to see a prominent officer in regard to U Monday morale j, paid out no part of the 100. Baker seat me horn In Ihe car riage after b discharged me. I parted with Col. Baker 'with a cool contempt ae Insoltlujt as I knew how, I simply said "rood night," aot because I had aar respect ror uaaer, nut Because 1 Would prove a lady la aplte of all his laaulta. ltv Mr. Brtidlavf Hawaii 'a1 Bene could not be found' oa the record, because there ware no charge preferred against hlmuaderthat nam. lite real bidiwh uiacr w, aiun. ut wi.- aeas received the pardon, she weat to John 1". Bloogb.aad he told her his ntme was Hlnea not Howell aad be had beea convicted by General Boeecrans, for being a spy for the rebels My husband Is at oreseal verr alck with the erysip elas. He Is a elerk la the Treasury Department la the Pension Bureau. -.., Mr.nradieyt now, if your uouor pitaee, i make aa offer to tbe gentlemen. It wai aald here yesterday that .Ut, Cobb waa pursnd by Baker men for being A bogus naval officer I bow make tbe offer here to present te Ihe gen tlemen tbeeommlaalon of Mr. Cobb as a paymas ter la tbe savy, Ut, Bradley here produced tbe eommlsil , aad elated Mr, Cobb bad been wounded while la aetlea, and bow suffered with the woaad. Tbe charge made yesterday that they were 'arrested cohabiting together before marriage 1 utterly falaev, Mr, Cobb wa ar raeUd dt B&kei after hla marriace.and eonflaed In the Old Capitol prUoa,IUa papers were taaea iron aim or uaxer. aaa xeps ubui bo was glad enough to reiura them. Mr. Bradley, sr.t He did not go te eae bis physician advlslag him not to ao as Ihe salt water aad air would be prajndlelei to bis health. Mr. Bradley, jr. i This charge wae made by the gentlemen yesterday, to hrt the case. 'Judge Vlahert Such statements, made by couaael where there le no proof. Is snare bombs Mr. Caxrlagtoa, All we have to aay, air, the gentleman having made tho charge upon tho au thority of General Baker, we dcaylt, aad are prepared to prove It. Wltaeaa re. u mad i yirat saw Baker wbea Gen, Bliss was under arrest. Next saw him about the t3d of February, lMt I waa Id bed My hue band wae partially dressed. Bakes threateaed to bnratthadeor laualeestny hasbaad let him In That waa after oar marriage. Bakr car ried off oov marriage eertlflcate. Mr. Bradley, Jr., bora prodneed aad'' read the marriage certiflcaU of Mr. anttMrat Cobb. Witness was aaaree ta AfSnory Square Hoe pltal,Bder the nam of Mr. Lusy Llvlageton, becaaae. they objected to having a single girl la Ibe hospital. Mybrother waa la tbe army. Mr. Bradley. He waa killed at Gettysburg. The wltaeas here beret la to toara ) After the death of my brother I opeaed a aegar store oa Pannavlvanla avenue, for the curooaoof trying to obtain aa boaest living, tin account of my people la New York I look tbe name of Kaadolph. I waa at tbat tine engaged to Mr. Cobb, and at hla request I took bis middle aame. Wheal resolved theaiooi gave Uto, my bos bead. Ue paid part of It for some shirts at Lock wood's. The other tw bill be broke Io pay $15 for a pair of boots. The re t of tho moaec west to Mi. King, proprietor of the hotel. Ut our board. Tho petition of Howell wae fifed at the Attoraer General's offics. sod Ihe President ssnt there for It tbe day alter my arrest. niiiuiWH aiscoavrgaja irom xrmory oqaaro hospital oa account of sickness. I have Sargeoa Bllaa letter of Teoommendatloa Hla family aad I are ob Ultimate terms, and vlelt each other; Theproaecotloa announced that they would here close thetaie, with tbe understanding that tho petition should go la when It arrived. tbb Dime a. Mf. A. Q. Blddle hero oMBod the ease lo tha Jury oa the part of the defence. He atated they expected to prove that the defendant was tbe chief detective of tbe War Department, and bad generally and .specially supervision of matters pertaining to the service so far as they wooldfall under the notice of a detective. Ue was about Washington, and more or leaa about the Execu-, live Mention, aad obaerved Mrs Cobb and other ladles obtaining pardons aad carrying on par doa brokerage. , Capt Hlaes was employed by Gen.Baker to gst UtK Cobb to procure a pardoa. No arrest was mad at aay time. Af no Hm was aay threat made by Gap. Baker lo coerce her lo give up the money. The money vu rsatored to him without any threat or menace oa bis part. The money paid to ber wae faralihed by Oea.,Baksr. She parted with Gen, Baker very klodly, and her husband was Tory much Incensed oa accoentof ber kind trsatmeet to Gen. Baker. 1 alate bar. ob the swora affidavit of a nartr whom we will produec, thlt Mrs. Cobb made an ladeceat expo are 01 oer person in one 01 me lower rooms or the Executive Mansion. I feel authorised tosy tbat she Is known about Washington as a woman of Botorlqus bad charactsr. Mr. Carrlagtoa r U roar bouor please, the gen tleman knows that will not be evidence. Mr.BradIer.ar.il thlakwebad better let It come out, Mr, Carrlagttn It ebowathe animus of the defence. Mr. Bradley, sr.t I will ask Mr. Blddle If Biker -J U not tell tbe 'President tbat be had ar rested Mrs. Cobb aad took tba money from her. We do not want to aammoa the President unless U la accessary. Mr. Blddle 1 1 understand be did not tell the rrealdeatbe had arreated bar. Mr, Bradley, ar. Yery well, alrt w will bav to summon tne Preeldeut. Mr. Blddle The drat witaess we will call Is Capt, Hlne. Mr, Bradley Jr. j We object to his testimony, and expect to show that be has been convicted of ' an Ifam0nm erlmsi. Wa haa Bant far th ruuird aad expect to shortly have It la court. wr. eiaaioa repuea tnat wapiain run naa oeen tried br a mllltarr eommleelon.' bnt the nro- , OMdlnsi-i were nnnnlleJ tbo court aero ioox a reoess lor teB minuies. vm ) ismutisJii, eAAe !!(, jrtBiit uj might waat the teatluooy of Mr. Cobb, who waa bow sick In bed. Ue desired to know If uoder tbe lata act of Coasreas the nroieentlon eonld offer the affidavit of aa absent witness. inagejrieaer thought it wouia be aa unneoal thin for the nrosesntloB. after eloslnr their cui and the conneal for defence opeulng Their case, for the proaecatlealo bring la mora, teetlinouy. He did not ko6w of sack practice, and would like toeceeomo authority on the aabjsct before ruling. Mr, Bradleyi W are not prepared to offer aay deoUlons. Alfred R. BDoer. for defence, teatlned that be resided la the city of New York, Wee aa officer la the employ pf Oev. Baker. Waa In Waab logtoa about tba tub 7th aad Sth of November last. Oa tbe evening of the 8th of November, with (Capt, Howell tad Ga. Baker, weal to Aveaue Hotel. Capt. Howell walked oa one side of tbe street and we oa the other. Oeneral Baker aad jay eelf proceeded to Mra. Cobb' room I knocked at tbe door. Somebody aald. com. I think. Gen Baker opened tbe door, and we walked la. I aaw a geutlemaa and lady atandlng la Ihe middle of tbe floor. I think they were eoafaaed. , Mr. Carrloxtoa i W don't want rour thouahte. air t state what transpired. Gen. Baker laqulred for Mrs. Cobb. Tbe lady aald she waa Mrs. Cobb. Geo. Baker Introduced himself. Mr. 0bb .was atandiag la tbe floor with a banco of keys la hla hand. In tbe mean time wltnaa set down la a eha-r. Jlnally Mr, Cobb Inquired Gee. Baker's business. U lu formed htm be eeme there after taoo of hla money Wbleh bad been paid to ber by Capt. Howell for a pardoa. She old aot deny having the money, but wanted lo know by what authority Gen. Baker demanded that uoaey. He said the moaey beloeged to him, be had furaUhedlt for thai urpoae-rfonr (UQ Mile and that they were marked. Wltheee marked them himself. Gea Baker was walking the floor j when he got aear where I was be aald i l think 1 havoeeea thla women before," She replied t 'General Bakerr I a lady, air. ' Jle replied be kaew nothing to Ibe fro air a ry aad thought be had treated her as eaen, Me than aald tAtrs. Cobb t "I waat you to .to to. uy headquarters! 1 want totelVoveMhle pardon business,' Mr. Gobh saldlo.uaa,-iBakeri 1'Are wo to ooostderour aeUas under arraalT" Gea.&tealdt MNo,air I wsrslywaM yon to. o to wyjiflfe g lalkovtr J VW I hit UJfttjtL 1V eUoTgb. Ihls obtaining pardoaa naderfal.e repress sta tions Is go to be step pod, m4 I am golsg to stop It " He then eild lo Mrs. Cobb . Areyoago Ul"-' BheamldilMppoM-lbavato,'! She said: Will there be any objection to QT hus band accompanying may'. .Tbe Central said Ifd,' " ' 3 100 tTbey thea pal -oa iblr'thiagsaad leftrthe room i Weal down stair, and tot in., a ferriage; did net think a word wae ipokenj la the earraxe I Vheo we got to tbe offlee, went Ja tbe lower office on tbe first floor t the General said,' "Tea show Mrs Cottb te my.prtfte offle, wbleh I did, Mr Cobb remaJalagdewn stairs (Jhooght Qea. Baker weat op Inmsdlately after whea witaess came down Mr, Cobb, was aUUogonlbe louagei Mr Bradley, Jr.'f Sr6p;Mr. Wmi Hoaor rleaee, we object to any eo eve net foe between ht"MiuT"aad''Mr.CobD outnf"thv-premTtof Mra Cobb and Baker. , - Mr. Blddle expected to show tbat they were not node errert U waa all oe treBsacUoa, aad dlnttI?oatradltsMrt:Cobb. J7i Mr. Carrtngtoa. TMSleaa Indictment alatast Baker for the arrest of 'Mrs. Lucy I. Cobb, aad bow.alr.aaa A conversation between Spear aad Mr. Cobb effect" this bmT They might contra dict a witaess to show thetaeoavrrsatloatA.nl fled to did not take plUe't bat they bow under take to"pTeve acoareraatloaiwbUb Mr. Cobb bad ao knowledge olV aad did not testify to da ring ber xamlaatlon.a'.' & Objection orerrnled. r9 , r ,., Wltaeas aaked Mr. Cobb If he bad tbe pardoa. Cobb replied h did aot bare It At thta time Gen. Beker'e bell rang end Witness irent up to his room. Witness aald, "General, have you tbe pardon?" The Oeneral said to Mrs. Cobb, "Where la the pardoa t" She said, "It ls la my room, lu a bureau. drawer, aad myboaband can rat It." Wltueas weat down with Mr.Cobb aad brought up the papers aad pot them la Geo, Baker's desk. W'taese went out aad took a tirluk with Mr. Cobb. . Araan named Collins was at tbe office, writing. Cobb was walking up and down tb floor. "Coillae aald, "Mr; Cobb.l wish you would sit down et go out." When bfr's.Cobb cam down, she bid Oeneral Baker a tery pleasaat good evoking, aad Mr. Cobb got Tery ma,' and said be weald aot' ride dowa fa tbe carriage with ber, but finally con cluded to go They got la the carriage and went off Witness did not say one word while la Mrs. Cobb's room. Tbe 'money given to Howell waa Gen. Baker's. Mr. Bradley, Ir., objected te this teitlmotfy. There was nothing to ehow tbat the money wae Baker's. ; Mr, Stanton eeld they bad already a how a that tbe money bad beea fttvea to Howell for tbe pur pose of, Coding out petdon brokerage, aad tbay aowpTVposed toobowtfcat tba money belonged td Baker, aad there Wa no arrest of extortion. Mr, Bradley, sr,( argued that Mrs. Cobb was acting as an agent, and acknowledged as eush by tha departments la obtaining the pardon. She bad rendered the service. Baker could not re cover the moaey by )swt end by what right did be lake It under daressr What right had a Ota oral of detectives to Interfsre with the lawful ahd honest areealloibf a women? There was to law agalast ber procurtag a pardoa as agent, either statate or common Jaw, Here the money Is pot la tbe beads of Htne for JllltgU'n.nt par poaee that Is, far the parpoa lo. palm off oa tbe Kx ecu tire fala aad fraudulent papers The money passed from Baker's hands, and he bow has no right lo It. Judge r labor decided It was competent for the defence to trace Ue history of the moaey lo show hew It passed from Baker'e hands, and for what purpose. Wltnese resumed t Tbe money wae given to Capt. Ilowell for tbe purpose Of procuring that axdoa. JThat wasoa tbe th of If ovembsr, tbe oadarprecedlaff. Mr. Carrioston objected. It here that officers of the Government met tor ether, de vised a fraud and deception for what they con ceived to b an Illegitimate bu tineas, and was tbletobe jaatlfled laa coart or Justice ? Here we have proved a petllloo, sworn to by Bine, stating tbat bo was an applicant for pardon. They practiced a fraud on au Innocent and an impeding woman. How can fraud aad decep tion tend to Justify tbe conduct el a public offi cer 7, He objected to II oa those grouuds. Mow could fraud, deception and a system of lie tedd o palliate the conduct of thla defendant. Tbe wltaoks Is a confederate acting with Baker, Indicted here, aad bow they undertake to oboW that because Ibey mt together for an Illegitimate purpose Jaatlllea their conduct: aad I hefe repeat what baa beea uttered by Ut. Brad ley, If tbe money was marked aa hundred times, she bad rendered the service aad It was hers, received from Hlne for cervices rendered. Tbe Court ruled ibey could trace the money from the time It left Baker's hand until It reached tbe pocket of Mre. Cobb. : Wituese resumed: Witness marked the money aad bandd It to Gea. Baker. He beaded It to Capt. Howell, for the purpose of paying Mre. Cbb for a p,.rdOB which she was to obtala for Howsll. Baker And wltneas rsachsd the hotel a few Minutes after Howell arrived there. There wee bo sentinels or guard about tbe bMdquar tsrs of Gea, Baker, Tbsre haa been no eeatiaele or guards st BakerU hradqarrtcro for tbe past two or three months. No threats of menace waa used to Induce Mrs. Cobb (o leave the Avenue Houm to go to Gen Baker's headquarters. Mr. and Mrs. Cobb lift bsevdquarters about 11 o'clock. Was la their room at the Aveaue House elgtt or lea mlantes. Cross .examined by Mr. Bredley.sr.iTh fam ily of witness resided In Kew York. Wltnele was an agent of the War Department, under Gen. Baker. Had to obey Gea. Baker'e orders. Still held tbat eotomlseloa under blm. Kocelved tbe commission from Baker, signed by bin). Had to luspsct workshops, corrals, or anything elte Baker told blm to do. Does aot know If Howsll la employed by Gea. Bakar, Had 'seen blm often around Bsker'a headquarters Wit; asss marked tbe notes. Had not seen them slue. Witaess pnt two pla bolss oa the note, through the U aad 8. The number of the noteo were laksa by Capt. Howell. Presumed that Uowell was la the employ of Baker, Witness understood that Howell had gone to the Aveaue House, aad Baker requested witness to "walk down te tbe Avenue House with hluu The cross-examlaatloa of this witness was eon tinned at very great length, but elicited nothing new or Important to the tune, Jacob Smith, Baker'e elerki was next calleJ, and was oa the stand whsa this report closed. SvrniM Co cbt or tdx Ujiitbd Status. TacatiiuT, Jan 03. Tbe following were admitted attoraeys and counsellors of tile Court i On motion of Hob. Beverdy Jobnaon, David Wright, Ksq , of New lork. On motion of Mr. attorney General Speed, Augustus C. Balwla. Xsq., aad Levi Bishop, Esi.,ofUlchlgaB. No. 104 Blchsrd 8. Blackburn. Dial a tiff la error, vs. Leasee of Geo, T Crawford et al. Argument continued by Mr, K.T. Merrick, for the defendant In error, and ooaelodtd by Mr, Beverdy Joboeoo, for tbe plaintiff in error. , BiEciAXe ryoxioiaa. eT "Water Htglstrar's Office, WeiSHiaoToy 17th January. M8. All nareani xiha aeetiDV nrtrntiti with In llSh corporals limits of this 'city. Into which tbe aqueoucf water oas neon lntrooucea, oiner man property of tbe United Btatee, are hereby re minded that on Ibe 1st dsy of January lasidatth waler rent for Ibe rear end lur JanhSrr'l.lB07. became due and payable at This offlee. 'If the aald water rent be not paid prior to tbe Ht'of jraprusry, ion aouuquente are suDject io stop page of tbe water from their premises and 'poo alty of two dollars, to be paid together with the waler rent In full to Jauoary 1, lSeT.prevloue to the restoration of tbe water. HANDOLPII COTL1, Jal8-dfsl Watsr Registrar. eflT" Mrlaiu Mounts Pile- Balre- Valuable Kemedy for that Dlaeasei ateo, a Cea suuptloa Ds at rover, and aa Entire Care far the Bronchitis, Aatuma. Ac. can bo found at Btott'a Drug Store, opposite NatlobaJxHoteli Oilman's, near Metropolitan HotellFord'e.eor ner of Eleventh and Pennsylvaala nvenu So twUle'e, corner of Twelfth and Pennsylvania avenue; Elliott's, cornsr of Pund Twelfth Streetai Harbaugh's, corner of Seventh and O. " Jatt-tf 3-Pr. If. Axulera' Iodlna -Vater.-An InvaluoJbU Dttcovery A FOLt Gaaiv of Iodine la each ounce of Water. DU9 lead wtIM a ffolpsnf. Tb moetPowxaroi. ViTAUiiiu Aqaar and Bxeroaartva known, BoaorOM, Salt Bbbou, Caacxas, KHsoMATisKtCoistTnrnoa', and many Chronic and Hereditary Diseases, are cured ij Us use, aa thoosiods can testify. Clrculare sent free., Prtoe $1 per bottle, or 6 for fA Dr. H. ANDERS A CO., Physicians and Oheuf Uts, 42S Broadway, New Tork. Sold by Drug gists generally. octm-.'.mdhw AVTwentr-flvs Cents to flavs Twiu. ty.flTC Dollars, HEGKMAN'S CoaeeBtratod Beailae removee Pilot, Create Spots, A;;, In stantly, and elsans Bilks. Ribbons, O lores, Ac. , equal to now. Only U cents per bottle. Sold by Druggists. UBOEMAN OQ., Cheinlete aad Drnggtats, Bol3daw8m New York; T1IIS IS TO QIVK NOTICE TUAX TQH sobscrtber bae obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washington county, la the D,telrol of Columbia, letters of administration w, a. oa the f'orsoael estate of Abraham Cook, late of Wash-, a r ton Cltr. D. O.. dscessed. All persons htwln slalms against tbe said deceased, are hereby warnsa te exniuu me name, wuu me voasners thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the 12th dey of December next! they may otherwise by law be exeluded from all bene At. of th skid estate. , wSlV , wGlvea uader my hud Ibis 12th Jay of Dec ... r- T-T.l avljeiablia)!" dtiii-wgi.