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A a "' i THE NATIONA&EEEUBLICAN r "' 4"' 't-n - ) jiPUBLIBnED DAILY; m i .,. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN' rOBLIflnED-DAlXY. j J ' r eaw i n Oae enaare,lkre ..?..... .1...1 t....i.tlw Oaaeaaata, fear-defe.; ..Jri.'...ia.AiJ. l Ca,eare,S.,l,,,,, , .,,,...,,.,,,100 Oa square, elx.ara. ...... ....... ... IW 'fery.aa.reer uiiiiiniiiu,illMl. naaiif Uoaii. jrwu. a weak uniUaKutft tper Mil, . xt'tot'lel uae a rua,ee.h Ulvtln. lMlllMlJtlUTllM,W4ktaHTtlM:, . , . eertiaeaae.u MUrii4trUi heeaaet Waste, Tor ila.rwBwuMturMit.MiUunira.tM Mate per llee i Mkfqii laeettl... keif prleo. Six ll.ee er 1m eoeelltat. a eoaar. AeaerUeeBeaU ekeaTd ba heeded la befero alee e'eleka.ee. r tfliVlTio'ltiirnBticiw" ta fraMUM .rv awralar (llaiaya nmfM) f 4V J. Wnuat ft Ca.JTa. tit Hlalk alrMt,4 la faraUaa t. aabaarlbar. (ft aarrlra) at T. aaata ar aaaala. Mall aabaaatftara, l.00 par aaaaa MOO far ale naatba a.i $1 00 f.r lara. aa.alaa, tnvarUAIy in md -maea, ll-a a-p(M . jaar, 3d. 00. llagl. caBla., i Mala, THE WIIKLI HITIOXAL XtrCBMCA la , abllata.avarr FH4.f Moral., I Oa. Mpf M jraar . 00 Tkraa aapla. oa. jaarlAOaj Taa o,la M jor.alloo. WASftlNOTON CITY, D. C, WEDNESDAY.M0RNINO. API1IL 4. 1888, vol. vr. NO. 109. Tba OrBclal AdTtrtlaonioiitaof all tka Kioutlva 4Trmi-tntnta of h flavommotit r PnMlahotl In thla Pnpor by Authorlljof TUB PltESIDlUfT J-L- .f ' tjMrim. t a. I ft XiITiajlA.ll-K'. L- raj .mi iiuuiu ur axiei aciiLuri Xl -i rtiun u ir , - JUEriE a BKOTUSBS, HIW TOBX .Jim LOW! rirlOBOi A Ble,repklet tk.Ua, T William 1. arayeoa. With heef Fortran. lino , Clotk, IIX, -n ' i "TkeLalrlofKotlew, 1.0 . PT. ?S eeeta '' "Thi "P ileal Carale," ke MIXWIU DBIWITT. , A aTal. .By T, QfTiafferd. Sao, Paper. 71 ea.ta. , ,. UCIAI. LI rtVf TltT emit tllf Win MM aaaaaaU of thalr BallffHaa, 43.rer.iaoeialr-XaaUoBal e.d Baalaaaa Caawlaa aadept.loee. Bjr Be.. Jeelae De. ll.tla-faaM.aa a... ataiafcaa a laa aiaarlaaa Wiava xvtra .... ISO lllaairaiuaa. la two'nlaiaaijflzmo. 1 nu towurii tni itoitTHi u tti imii4f , femtfthCl-ftrlMtoBf Colinbl. Charlotto, Klslgl., tioldaboroaf fc, ail AadaraoartUf, 4ir1if th jtin 1MII4 laM-v B;i.O ifcbott, Ut LtaalaaaotrJit Haw Tsrk Drmf . IUaslrtt. line . Uoth, Bt y ldUrti,UiX). A BOb LI Lift Vf Ml.a Millet., (Kit, Cntlk.) at tbr of Jos. a Bftllfu. 0iUaa,u )ci.-.atlaa,aMla. Ufc,,"ALlfrgrHf4,'0Ut."Th0nllTUi," Tb iLd of th r.mllr ' la lino . Cloih 1 SO OOVXUNOKroOTIUifTUIWARAffDTUKUir.Otf., WnVV nif then RakaallUaa t A- Cavil at It .J .1-.VJU ra. UUlfOf OaWtirTaUtsaia MBoat It. ClfaML Casta H. aV.atl C.anaaMiofthHtC.Tl., WrJLs.tk Ballad BUUa I law II aut.. . a-ii-.w n kj ttYQlCHC rorthttti. of Bchoola ftnd Fkiulllai Jahb C. Drklwr. a. D PrtfoMoi IttRrtvt IlHTOrr aid rftjaioUff iiihtRtw Tork frtt AiidiDT, tad Pr for of Aia.lT.Ual Cham.atrr 1b tba Cklvtraltf df Waff Turk Wltk 170 lllatlrnloni. Ito , Clolk. 3. 7A ODTDKVmiLL. Bjr J. 8 U Fano, Alhor ( "Co- 1 8.1aVB." Aa Ra . Pinir. Bit eaatm QuMr k Brtttbtn will aaA mt of Ik aboT VTorkt - vap-l ( aiu, iv IOJ PtT Ol .O yBllSII OI(. om NMlatof ibaprlet Tha kbova Dainctt workafertfer aU br HCDSOS TATLOE, oftblicllr pl rpiIK ARMY ANDNAVY JOURNAL. Aaioif lhalaabUtna tar fBtiid li that toU nmaaa.a41a thtklr ltnaof Ibt JoP-sa.-. mty b naatdt 1 A waaklr f ord of HUlUrr Mo? amaota thrcuf k ooltbanaldofwtr X Tba Oflelal lUportt of Army tad Jfa?y Commaad era, tail of Ooraranaot Dapartmaata and Baraana S. AfollOaaatUor Cfcaagaala lkaprfiiMt or tba Arm r and II air 4 HaUeaaofaaw lavaatloaa raUUac to tba art of war. 4. Tall tad coaataat cornapoadaae from tba ablatt oflaora of tba two ajrrleaa oa lha profaaaioaal qaaatloaa oftbo boar(aa(gattloaa of cbaafaa aad ltaptoTamaotai dlMaaloaa of mllltarr aabjacta. 9. Aa axtoadad aad tbaroagh dlaeqttloa of tba Iron clad .aattVoB, wUb ika oUalaJ raporta tharaca 7 Adltorlaiaiittaiamaaad obaarTtUlOBf, ad otitl clama o aarraat lUaratara, 8. Ifotloaa or tba progma la BtUitary aelaaea U for alia euaatrtaa j of fonlf m mllltarr lilaratart, Uvaatloa. atTaalaUtrmtloa laatractloaa to aorraapoadaaU la tactical nattora. 10 la laa,aaonplrtoraordor aTarjrihlaa; ralailaf to tka lato war aad to tba gaaaral procraaa of mlUtarr aclaaao. Tkaladaiaatotbaaa ToUraaa, ombraclar rafaraacai to ovar Ihrao tboaaaad artklaa, arc arafallr praparad. aad add fraallr tr tba ratat of tba work Tba Aaar atHDBATT Joe an a L obTlunalr anjoya f. cllltlaa ror aoaarBMlafortaaUoa.atoalr of oroata la tbaUfactnpalfai.bat aUo of tbaaptiitaad oplaloaa vftbo Arnr. wblcfcaoo bar nawapajwr eoald bo oi lclad to obtala. It ka tkarafero Uaa abla to tiro to lia waakljr raeord of Mllltarr uovaaaata aomatblar Of tba dlf altr aad rarltr of blalorj la 1U dapartaoaat oi Corraapoodaact. aa wall aa la Ita Editorial p(aa, uaar Idaaa baro boaa flrat anffaalfd wblck bar alaaa baoom Uwa or aaaa a to tho baoaflt of tba Arnij and Paty. ThaAam two WAfT Joca-illi pabllihad waakly, at 4 a yaar Blagloooptaa may bo obulaad or nawa naa gaaarally. WCF P.C1IUKCU, rroprlaura, m Ofloa Ho. 80 Park Row. Maw Torky TTARPEK'B MAGAZINE, VOLDMI M, ADM D lit 101 IfBW TOrK, APRIL, IMS Tko praaaat aaaaloa of Coarroaa cannot fall to la la many itapecta tba moat moinaatoaa In Iboblatoryof onr aorarnmaat, la acoerdaaao wl b roqntata ra Ciat'dly nrcadfrom tnaay qnartara, tba Edlturaof tbo aiaiWowll! oxtaad tbo ' mobtmlt Rbcobd of Cra kfiTraita,M ao aa to praaaat a fnllaeconat of lha prom I aa at maaanraa propoaad, tba argnmaat by wblcbUay aball ba adrvCAtad aad oppoid, aad tbo flaalactloaUkaala raapact to tkam, wltk abatractaof alllmporUnt dotamaata wbleb will baraaflar form a part of tbo kUtory of tba tratt crtaaa tbroog b wHeh tba aalloa la paulag It will bo tbo aim of tbo wrltarof tbo Raeord to praaaat a flr automaat of facta aad of tba xpraaaad oplaloaa of rapraaaatatlro man( not to aot forth blaowavtawa. Tba azlanalon of a particular Dapartmaat will la bo wlao affaet tba gaaaral aaopo of tbo UaiAttoa, which will ooatlnna to ba daroloa l Lttarataro, Boclal Iu proramaat Bad Art. Amplo arraBganaaU baTO baaa mad a, with old and bow eontrlbatora, for faralahlag mattar la ovary dtpartmant. TBRM9F0R BARPIR'8 If AOAZIRK AlfDWBIEtYi lacbaambarof llarpar Uagailaa eontalaa from nfty toonakoadrod par boat mora mattar than any otbar Amarloaa magajlaolaanad at tho aama prlotni nearly doablatho quantity oontalnrd la tho popular BrltUa uagailnaa, anth aa tka 'CorablU, " "Tampla Bar," and 'London Soclaty," and aaTantyflvo par cant. mora tbaa tbo half orowa Brttlak Mogaalnoa, asch aa HBlackwood," 'Fraaar,' and tba Dublin UiiUtr ally lUrpar'a Uagailno,ona copy for oaayoar i 00 llarpar'a Watkly. ooa copy for oua yaar 4 00 Aa aitra aopy of althar tho Waakly or tbo lUf ailno will bo aappllad gratia to ovary olnb of nvo anbacrlbara at t aacb, In one ramlltaaco, ut alx eoplaa for Bonad olumaof tho akfagailna, oach volamocoa tailing tho aarabarafer alx moatba, wlllba foralabad for $i par rotvma. and aaal by mall, poata.a paid Boand rolnmaa of tba Waaklr. aaah volnma eontaialDtr tba nambara for ono yaar. will bo farntabod tor if, freight by axpraaa pnld.lfaa weight of tho rolnmaa bolag iraignt dt azpraaa pia(ioa waian bayond that allowad la tba mall A 11 ml lad aumbar of adva A llmlud anmbar of adrortlaamanta will bo in lariad la lha MaurailDaat tba follow lac rataat Onaoaaa aariad la tba Magaslaaat tba following rataat Onapajra, 230ioao half page, $lUona quarter page, 7ft Tba clrcolatloaof tba Hagulao la larger tbaa that of nay almllar periodical la tbo world AdrartliamenU will aUo ba Inaertad In tho Weakly at l fO n lino oa tbaloilda, aad 13 a Una oa tho outilde. for etch (near lloniwbera adrertUemaata aro displayed, tbo charge will bo for tba somber or eolld llnaa oontalnad la tbo apace which la occupied The poilaae on tho Ifagitlna la bow U cent, a year, and tba Weekly 20 cento a rear, payable qoar tarty, earn! yearly, or yearly, at tho office where re cat vad Subscriber! to the Uioiiiira aad Wibklt will Bad oa oach wrapper tbo .Vumocr with wbleb tbetraub aerlptlon txpirei, aa c blared upon our booka In re n?.np aettbicripUon, It la dealrad th l lio number with which it la to comnunci ahould bo atatod Tbo name of lha ub.crlbtr, and full addreai, lnclndlog County and Itate, abonld be dlatlnctly written t Tbua . ' Renew eabacrlptlon to aUgailno or Weekly com menclag with Mum bar , John Adame, Jaokaoo, Ilkoconnty, Ohlo' la changing tbo direction, tba old at welt a. tho new addreae abonld bo given t Thua Cbaago addreaa of aUagislae or Weakly from John Adame. Jackaon, hko county, Ohio, to Mary Adama, Pranklla, Alia gLany cooaty, Penn ' Tho Magailao and Waakly aro atwaya atop pad when lha term of of cob erlpilon expiree II la not neoeeaary to giro notice of dlicontloumce Tbo volamea of tho Itagailoo eonmeaco with tbo Number for .. aad DttHinUr of each year Sub ecriptlona may eommeace with any number Wbaa no lime la epeclflod, It will bo undintood Ibal tba eub acrtber wlabee to begin with tbo Brat number or tba correal Volnma, nnd tick aambere will bo eeat ac cordingly Tho Volnmco of tho Waakly eommeace with tko year When no time le epeclnad, It will bo anderatood that the aubacriber wUnaa to eommeooc with Ibo Number nail after the receipt of ble order a Back Domberi,o( both Magislne and Weekly caa al way aba eopplled la realtllBC by mall a PoaT-OrricaOabBB or a Dbaft upon Vow York, payabU to (Ac onif qf llarvtr A Vrothert, le preferable to bank Bolea, aa, abonld the Order or Draft bo loal or a tola a, It caa bo renewed without loae to tk aeader For aalo by HUDSON TAYLOR In 'iiiK buritEMK couur of Tin: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TUB 8TU DAT OF UAKCII, 18M Aiib Joaitov, Petitioner, ) IN EQUITY, M V No 019. jAuaa Bbbbt Joawaoir, Dif't ) For Divorce It appaarlag to the Court thai lha aubpaaaalsaued Ib tble caao hla boaa rotaraad by tbo M anhal "Not found," aud by tbo affldavlt of lira K. Brows, a dlilnteraaled wttaeaa ibal eatd dafaadaal baa boon abaeat from ibla Dlalrlet for a period of moro than als moo I ha laal pat ll la lb er afore, tble Sth day or Uarch, IIM, oa motion or H 0 Uoodlng, Eaq , aolfeltor for ibo toiaplalaaat, Or dered, that aollea or lha peadoaey aad object or tble anil ba glvea to defeadaat, by poblUatttoa, oaoo a week for twoaaceoaalvo woaba, la tbo Bvixixn RaruiLloAif, warning tbo defaodaat to appear la Ibla Court oa or be fore Monday, tba S3d day of April next, nod aaawer the ailegalloaofaald bill i otberwUa tbo aama will bo taken Ut eonfeaaed again. t him Tba nr.t publication or aald .'Ueo to b made at leait forty dayo before tho aald ara day Bf order of tbo Court A true copy , Alteiit R. J UtIQS, Clerk mhlS lawXw 17 IMV A X D L Y 0"tTt t" li BOOR.BINDBR AND PAPER RULBR, No 171 Peaaaylraala a vaaue, between Teath aad Kiev enlh etroote, eonth aide Booka otegaatly or plalaly bound Periodical! aa! Xiwipir" trofaUy aitaaiti to. WIVU Al) DAUOHTKR8 B Mr. '0tU1t.Il, loUor of"Mff JJtoi,' CtAftl'ord,'' "otItU. Ljian." o urn , Cioih. I.oui r,p.r.l t A TCZT.Bnak nH iitiTnur pttTtinrnnr ixn avja. -. naro-f iiuiv i(,iia. t.iN Br 'llt O 1,0 HAL8. T IlEASUUY DEPARTMENT, vrriva scrsBTiatjr ABCBrravT, jaaroa if, inoa, i . FrojpoaalawlllborMalTalat thla ofletaatll TUBS DiT, April B, IMA, for faralahlag aad dallvtriag at Traaanry Ezionaloa four kaadrrd aad ifty (iSOJyarda of Bmau ItoBt, aa par aamplo to bo aoaa al tbo work of Troaaar EKUiatoa, (or tbo ttaddlagol a MaaadaiaUtd road Tko rafaao or pailag atoao qoarrlta la thla aolgbborhood U tkoaghiaaltablo for tho parpoao Tba dotltary of tbo abovo to oomqianoo al oaoo altar daioof award. a tairiy isuidayai A. B HULLS FT, Ba dtapa Ictlag Saparrlalgg Arckltoct "rT'rrsTATEs military rail- U ROADS. Orrica op laaiatiiir QCAaTtnaiaTBa, Wahm otvv, V O, , klareh 17, 1JM t BliLBO PK0P0SAL8 will b roeaUad UBtU IS Qlbck at atooa, b TUESDAY, tka 17th day of April na.tr; for7SH too Bod 11b RAILROAD IB off, laid oa track oonnaeilag tbo Korfolk and Pctorabarg railroad wltk tbo Baaboard aad Roaaoko railroad al Saffolk, 1 Blddara will atato Iko prloo pr ton la taak for tka IroB tba Ghalra,lplkoo, aad Tlooao bo la alidad 70 1180-2310 toaa of good 44 lb rail, la track laadlag from ftlfhtaaad, Frdorlakabr aad Potomaa railroad, a A4la-Croak to YabaPau Wharf BlddVra will atato tba prteo par toa la caak for tba -frotw tba Tla, Timber, Splkoa.and Chalro to bo la elodad. " Propoaala abonld bo ondoned "Blda for Railroad Iron," and addriaaoa to Ibo aadoralgnad tf i uiintviiMi mbST iatlt Brt. Brig, Qa. tad A O f )ROI'OSAL3 for safes and L LOCKS. Witaiaarov, D C, March 8, lMfl fiaalad nroBoaala wlllbo raalrad at thaOflawar the BaparrUlag Architect, Treaaurr Dapartmaat, Waablag on, v u, until is ri.iu o-n, tww, lor ruraiaaiag the Burelar Proof and lha Bard ax and Flra-Proof hm faqnlred by the Treasury Department for ono roar from mo acetptaiee oi too propoaai oi ine eneceaarui Diauar Spodlcallone and drawlnga fr the BurglarProof eaie, mowing too lorm oi construction at praaaat naea, Tin alternate clatM of Iron and hardened atoal. eaa bo obtained upon application at Ibla Department Durnax ana iirerrooi naiea wui no aoaaiructea in Ibo same manner aad cased with a tollable nrevroof coTsnag, .no piano ana epocmcauoua tor waica must so UDLQlllatCI OJ ID 17100 r Bafea to bo ahlroed In vorfrct condition within a na aooablo tlmofrom data of order The Locke will bo furnished by thla Department, but matt bo pn In place by tho oootractor, aad be la perfect worklag order whoa tho late ic turned ovarto tho proper officer of tko Government The bide 10 bo per ooperflcln. foot, meaaurod oa tho outside, aad to cover ail cbargea whatever. Including painting and door flxtnree, (eicept cost of locka ) Proiwaala wilt also bo received for Barxlar aad Pow derPreef Locke, to bo accompanied wltk eamploc Ait Dioa mast no aeoompauioa sy tao gnaraaiy oi two respoaiiuio peraonaia too eum oi tvvw inattnooia der will accept and perform tbe contract If awarded to him I Ibo eufflclauey of ibo oeeartty to bo oertlned to by tba District Attorney of tho district where tho bidder reeldea Tho Department reaervee tho right to reject any or nil tho bids, or to award Ibo contract for Burglar-1 roof Bafea to ono party, and tho Borglar and Fire Proof fiafao to another, If It bo deemed for tho laterett of tb Oovcrnmonl lo do ao, and bo bid will b cob a dated that doee aot coaform lo Ibo requirement of thla kd vertlsement, Propoiala to bo endorud Proptaala for Safe aad Locks," and addressed lo A. B MULLETT, Aetlag 8a MB. D I A D. IIULLITT. mhO luftp3 Acting Bopcrvltlng Architect. )ROrOSALS TOR NORTH RIVER L FLAG 0 1. NO. TBI AeCIT DirABTMIXT. r,..i. OrriCBor Strrtavisiiu AncaiTncr, March 27. 166A. PropoaaJa will be raeetved at thla office until It o'clock m . April IS, IBM, fur furnishing North River Flagging for the aid t walks In front of tk weat wing of Uo TrattMrr anlldlng,ao4lrran4thoworat, and of tbo followlne dlmeneleaa aad aambere. vlit 174 Itonee, a ft. S la 3 n Oln-, not ltea tbaa 3 la. thick SaBtoaes,ofl,41a.x3ft.Ola.. aot loae tbaa 3 la thick. 17Stoaee3fl Ola xSft 0 la,, not lee than 3 In. thick Tho enrfaco of tho Flags mutt bo perfectly out of wind, and tb tooling ran with Ibo leogth of tb same ma oblno tooling preferred Aa tho edge will bo cut after delivery, tho plaice must bo furalahed with aafficlent margin to work perfectly true to tbo above dlmeasioaa, and all will bo rejected which arc dlffareat la thla re aped. Tbo bide to bo per superficial foot, (meaaurod whea laid) aad to laelado all coala of delivery, aad atao to apoclfy tba time la which It caa bo delivered Payments will bo made upon delivery, with a reeer ration of 10 percent, until tbo whole of the above le de livered The Department reserve tbo rlgbl to reject any or all bid If It bo deemed for tbo Interest of the Oo vera menl to do ae, aad no bid will bo conaldored that dooa aot conform to tho require me nta of tble advertisement Propoaala to bo endoraed ' Propoaala for Flagging," and addressed to "A B Vullctt Acting Bupervla ng Architect, Treasury Department, Washington, DO." A H MULLETT, mU31 dtd Acting finpervlstng Architect T HE WAblllNGlON MUTUAL COAL COMPANY. ctBCrtAB. WABNijoToy, December, 1803 Every on couplaUa of tba extortion aad Impoeltloa rracllced upon ibo people of tbla ally la the matter of nel, but bo one propoaea a remedy. A number of ion tlen.ee associated with aa owa a valuable colliery la Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania, producing now over 60.000 tone a year, of the best quality or white aad red ash anthracite coal Tba machtaery and appliance! aro complete Upon tble property wo propose to organ lie a company with a capital of $300 000, divided lato thirty thou aad aharea of 810 oach The holder of each share of atock to be entitled to a toa of coal each year at prime cost, and to hie abaro or tho proflt oa tho sale of coal to outside parties Tho first coat of coal at Droit at ratae or transportation, delivered to ibo door of tho consumer, would bo 4J, at the usual ratoe tho prlco would bo from alx to eevea dollare. A party owning tea sharee would pay for II 8100 Tble would entitle him lo ten ton at cost oay $3 leas tbaa dealers' retail price J0. 30,000 toaa aold outside at a proflt of per toa would b $00000 Aad deducting contingencies, Ac 13 000 Woaldleavo 143,000 or 13 jar eeat on tbo entire capital, aad added to the saving la tbo prlco or coal, 830, makea B43, or 43 per cent on Ma Investment The coal I much aupertor to and worth at leaat $3 per ton moro than tho coal brought to and told la this mar ket, aad shlpmeala aad delivery eaa b commeaeed a aoea aa tb arrangement ate made No payment or any sabaerlpllona will bo requlied until the eubacrlbers, at a public meeting, aball have appointed a eommltte of gentlemen of their own aelec lloa to visit aad examine these mlaee, and report upon them, aad then, if satisfactory, ouo half to bo paid down aad tho balance la one, two and three monthe Tho truateea and officer to bo aalected by the atock boldere, aud tho title to b made to such trustees Gentlemen to whom tbla circular will bo aeut aro re quested to forward the project by obtaining eubacrlp tlonaand oncloalag them to Major I k Casey, No 33 0 etrael. Wo ahall bo glad to give any farther Information JOSEPH CASEY. I K. CASBT, Tor tha correctness of the forevoln. attie meats we have permission lo refer to aeo w Kit a Riga-, Eaq Cooke, Esq, II C Fahnestock, Esq ,andZ. I TNaURUYOURPROrERrYATHOME. FIRX INBUBANCI. Till NATIONAL UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF WASUINQTON CUARTZRED BY GOKOBXBI. CAPITA lTi.OOO.OOO RISKS TAKEN AT TUB LOWEbT RATES. LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. NO CUAEQE FOR POLICIES. orricit ill Fifteenth at rest, nearly opposite Rlgg Co 'a Banking llouae RAitcn orrics At JOHN II JOUasON'BLawOfflce, No 6. Louisiana avenue, near Baak of Washington. TbU Company 1 sow prepared to lasure all desertp tloae of properly against lose or damage by Are on auck terms as caaeot fail to be acceptable to tie cltlieaa of the District. 1b thla Compnr you can lnsntavyour FUUHITDUI., MBHCUAND18I, WAREUOUBBoT OR DWBLLINUo for a year or shorter period Tbla Company starts wltk CAbU LAI 1TAL of 8100,. 000, allyaUt in, thereby enabling them tu offer to th cltliens of tho District greater eeeurtty than baa over baaa offered heretofore Policlea will bo Issued for a shorter period thaa ono year, acaordlng to th New York seal fur ebon loin ranee, DtagoToaat Charles Kaap. President, Richard Wellacb, O W Rlfga.Vle Proo'l, Daniel Dodd, Thomas Barry, If C Pabueetook. (Jaiorge-i Uldeoa, William Dlxoa. Marshall Brown, aoU tin Nob! E D LARNER, Seeietary. AT RAFIUNO PAPER FOR SALE AT UeoRseeltiapAitT hatioxal jUreiuou, Jat,0n ItynMicnu. WEDNESDAY MORNING S-AVRIL 4, 188. A CTJIUOCS CASK 1IC NEW OTtMCAlfS. A sort of collision has occurred between General Candv, In command of ttio military department at N?w Orleans, and Judjjo I)u. rell, of the United States Circuit Court for Louisiana. Colonel Ham RoBtYScr. formerly Provost Marshal General of the Onlf depart ment, had been arraigned in a military court charged with accepting) bribes and attempt ing to bribe Major General IUrlblst, while that officer was In command of the depart ment Colonel Robivsov v,m finally turned over to the civil court, Judgo Dukell pre siding, for trial. Counsel for defence moved for a rulo of tho court ordering tho anoneys taken from Robivron by tho military author ities, and held by them, to be placed with tho court, in order that u portion thereof might bo assigned to Robitson to defray tho expenses of his defence. The rule was granted, and General Caxby refused to obey It, whereupon Judgo Dirkll ordered Kobi.shov to be discharged, to go at large upon his own recognizance, remarking at the same time that perhaps it would Ime been better if he had at first held with Chief Justice Chare thut courts of tho United States should never be held uuder military authority, but that having dono otherwise ho should, to tho best of his ability, maintain tho dignity of his tribunal against all comers And Jutlgo Dcbei l further suggested a sus picion that tho military court, having failed to comict the defendant, the military com mander was now attempting to use his court unworthily for that purpose. The military and legal authorities at New Orleans aro chewing this peppercorn with various degrees of relish Chleacro at Solf-SnaCalalair I a at I tat ten A Chicago sa an has proved in a pamphlet that the imraenso tunnel now in course of construction tb bring water to that city from the intrdmar.no district of tho lake, will only scne to establish a circumlocutionary pro cess for mingling the particles of the dead with the systems of the living Chlcagoan., He sas that in tho cemeteries l)ing on tho lakes, the elements evolved by putrefaction arc carried or drained into the lake, and then, by the action of winds and watcs are lamed north or south to the reservoir, and from thence aro pumped through tho at). This completes tbo circtts Tbo hcarac yurriea person from Chicago to one of tlicso cemete ries; and, In a year or two, tho Bame person in a little different form, tonus back to Chi cago by way of tho lake The Chicago Ttmev is quite jolly ut tho prospect It saj s : "To dl " In Chicago U not to "ileop, percbaoeo to uroato," out it i titopiy a closing or tbo ejoi, ride into tho country to a lotubro carriage, and th return home to Chicago oq tb omerald ware ot tbo lake Tbo man who dies limply "ttndergoee'a lako-cbang Into something rich ana ilranjr,, and toon com Hack to tbo uarden Utr A light and airy gai, bo riiei from his grave Hko tbo genlua from tho unsealed casket, and, If bo do not assume a form of bt own, bo enters la that of somebody olio It rcmovca much of tha pbysloal ternor of death to know that fo die, in Chicago, dooa not In elude everlasting ttolmlon In a lonely cemetery, but that It means only a short Journey and aa early return It U Hkewlia of a consoling character to tbo be, rearad friends to learn that the death which they mourn Is but a temporary separation Bach glass of water return to them some of the lost one, and each Inspiration carries with It some element of the ono for whoso loss they sorrow And yet this thing has its unpleasant features There are people whose death Is nut a serious ca Amity to the survivors, and whose return in any shape Is not desirable The young man who has Just touched the thousands of his deceased rela live would ratner dislike his re appearance In any form The widow who takes to herself a seoond comforter would soarocly be pleased during her honeymoon to taste comforter the flrst In her Japa nose or her tvfe The time Is not distant when the living will he able, by the taste or smell, to reeog oiso the nationality, and, jotfslbly, the Individual, ity of tbo decerned; and as wo become familiar with the carburetted, sulphuretted, and pboiphu ret ted hydrogen that are borne to us by winds from the suburban cemeteries, we shall be able from ox Eerleuoe to pronounce upon the nationality, jcr aps the color, sex, individuality of the produc tion It is not Impossible that, in time, one may recognise ibis grandmother on the brectc, or bis much mourned for helpmate In a glass of water. It will be a grand old time when the "dead throng through our dreams, cross the portal lips in our daily drink, and penetrate In crowds our nostrils According to Kaucb, M D , Chicago is a sort of self swallowing concern It runs down the vortex of Its own mouth IMvlei empty Into drains drains Into Chicago river, Chicago river into the lake, tho lake Into the reservoir, and tbo reservoir into the mouths of Chicago people People die gnd are burled) they go to the cemeteries, they escape as hydrogen, ammonia or water, and eome back on tho winds and waves of the lake.nnd we breathe and wallow them Nothing Is lost In Chicago What wo atelast year we eat again the next year, and when some die the others swallow them Wo are a self sustaining people la the matter of food, and in population luspeualou of National llaufcn Who Pa a tho Notes 1 A dispatch from Philadelphia reports a small panlo on account of the suspension of several na tional banks in the oil regions Dy the following extracts from the National Banking law, It will be seen that holders of national bank notes, when the banks fail or stop, are entitled to look to tbo Gov eminent for the full payment of their notes At the law now stands, a national bank gets all tbo profits, and the Government takes all tho risks of a banking enterprise j and the note holders, when they apply to a suspended national bank, are quietly directed by tho suspended director to apply around tho corner to tho Comptroller of the Cur rency Having mode all the money they could they have no further trouble or responsibility In the matter "That If any such association shall, at any time fall to redeem, In the lawful money of tbo United States, any tf Its circulating notes, when payment thereof shall bo lawfully demanded, during the nsual hours of business, at the office of such asso ciation, the holder may cause tho same to be pro tested, in one package, by a notary public " "That on receiving notice that any such aisoola tlon has failed to redeem any of Its circulating notes as specified In the next preceding section, the Comptroller of the Currency, shall, within thirty days after ho shall bare received no tlco of such failure, declare the United States bonds and securities pledged by such association forfeited to the United States, and the same ih.ll thereupon be forfeited accordingly; and thereupon the Comptroller shall Immediately give nolloe, In such manner as the Secretary of tbo Treasury shall, by general rules or otherwise, dlrsot, io tin holder t of th circulating uottt of inch asiocuitton toprtunt thtm for payment at th Treat nry oj tha XjnUtd Statu, sad tho I ami ihill l paid as pre sent i a 1 1 TIIKATIUOAIJ. IN WAIIUffaTOZt;. Onorsa'a TatAvas. April 1, ISM, DbarPik I hardly know how to eommeace the tuk that Is before me, for U Is distasteful la the extreme, hut as justice demands that ao evil, which has long been Imposed upon a generous commu nity, should be opposed at a point where forbear anoe ceasM to be a virtue, I cannot restrain the feelings of Indlgoallon that are calling upn me to give) full utterance lo what I am about to say. The subject In question Is on In which every amnicment lovsr Is Interested, and I take upon myself, as a caterer to the popular taste, the Im portant duty of enlightening those who do not know the Ins and outs'' oT managerial experience, ! regard to the vexations with which ono has to contend, upon whose brain sod efforts a commu nity depends for Its recreation and solace from the eeres ofllfe. Of all positions vf basinets I cai conceive of none more thankless than that of a theatrical manager, for there are none whose business and Interests are more Ilk sW to suffer from the misdeeds and blunders ofolVri for even while he Is conscientiously striving to fulfil his duty In all respects, his devoted head must catch all censure that li directed towards those erring ones by whom he Is surrounded That nay ba all right, for he knows the contingencies of hte posi tion when he acoepts It, and consequently should not acoept one without the other but there Is one annoyance to which this management In particular has, for the past two or three years, been sub jected which has at length culminated In my de termination to attempt Its suspension I refer to what may In all justice be termed a "growler," a man who for the length of time above mentioned has given considerable attention to writing newspaper articles upon the amusements of this city, esteemed by himself a critic, and, being a passable writer, would be, could he direst bis mtnd of tho corruption which has made every arti cle that be has avsr written speak so plainly of personal animosity or friendship Olren to the most childish and trifling personal prejudices, he Is In the habit of praising or condemning upon personal grounds, when lo many cases in so doing he has been compelled frequently to contradict his own words previously written All this be proba bly had a right to do, as the world and newspapers go, but the day Is past, I assert, when a newspaper writer or any other person baa a right to handle the name and Interests of an Individual to the as persion of his character and detriment of his busi ness when he Is guilty of no crime, even though be be a manager of amusements and a dependant upon tbo pnblio pleasure and patronage of the press Therefore I take up the defence, of my JnnJ Ltoj abd Obovbr against the cowardly per son! attack of this writer in a new Sunday paper of this morning, and of the business interests ot Lbohabd Grotxb A Co , In which I am personally Interested la doing this I shall have to make some explanations and detail some points which nay reflect upon the writer in question, but which are necessary to the full accomplishment of my object In the article of this morning be villi lies Mr, Gbovbb as a trickster and a swindler for promising th pmhiU uM, operas, AewhUh feh,ever lev tended presenting th point of th ssscitlon being the non-appearanc of Thbodobb Tom i I, who tel egraphed the day before he was to have appeared. from New York, that he was sick and could not fulfil his contract to sing here Th comparative In dlf. fereoce of the baritone, Willi. ilk Iorhxs, who, at the time of his appearance, was highly praised by this wise writer as a (tutor, and the failure to give Msssinaello, which he says "ir believe was notfjeWea studied," but which I know was studied ywff rehearsed In Philadelphia) and I also know that when Mr Qboykr ordered It announced here he fully intended giving it, but was prevented from so doing by nnfoneea ctrcumstanoes, which even this writer, with all bis wisdom, could not have averted bad he been director The announcement of the KiA5 combination Is also dci'gnated a ' trick " Now, being the con eoctor of that "trick" myself, having made the engagement and dictated the announcements my self, I of course am the proper person to ibow it to the publlo In all its diabolical light That any announcement was made with the Intention of making the publlo think that this was the first en gegement of the Kiahi In this country Is as false as It Is absurd) a perusal of the advertisement will clearly show that Tbe announcement of Messrs Cathcast and Evibitt and Miss CiuruAy, who accompanied the Kcins as London celebrities, " Is called by this wise man "managerial audacity ' Well, perhaps It was, but was It not pardonable, In lew of tbo fact that Mr Cuablei Kcax, whom this wise writer praises, had the audacity to select them from tbe galaxy of talent in the city of Lon don and bring them all th way to this country for bis support, and In view of th fact that tbe papers of California, Australia, and the principal cities on this side of the Atlantic had already praised them as artists, and called them ' Londua celcbrl tlos " In reference to the engagement of tbe Kbaks, I will make a plain statement of facts and figures which will show how the management of th theatre were Interested In playing a "trlok" upon their patrons As was stated In the advertisements, negotiations with tbe Kiahb for an engagement at this theatre commencod when they flrst landed In this country, which, I believe, was something like eight months ago Tho terms which they asked were not deemed satisfactory at the time, and nothing came of It the most objectionable feature of their proposition being a request that the prices of admission should be doubled To this I objected, and upon this point the proposed engagement fell through But as the season advanced, murmurs were beard of the "monopoly' depriving the cltliens of Washington of an opportunity of seeing the great stars "Why don't we bare the Kbaxs?" was the cry; In view of which I acoeded to tbe demands of those worthies, and brought them here for Ave nights, conscious when making the engagement that on account of tbe extravagant terms demanded by them for their services that no greater profit would accrue to the theatre than our regular stock company would gain for us, and so tho result proved, as can be easily seen by the following figures Average recelj ts per night of tho week previous with stock company, $505 37, average recel) ts of five nights of Kb a mi, $7l6 one half given to Keaxs left tbe theatre $308, less than the stock business of the week previous by $109 37 per night In reference to this writer's cowardly attack upon our late leading lady, after she Is gone, I will say nothing, except that If the company of tbe theatre saw lit to tender her the compliment of a benefit upon tbe eve of her departure, they bad a jlght todo so without meriting a "growl" from Til in Hegardlng her merits as an actress it Is un necessary for mo to speak the publlo has already judged her in that rsspecL-but as an instance of this writer's unscrupulous pertinacity In -cases of personal offence, I will mention the fact that malic bas directed bis pen against her latterly in the very face of bis most eestntio praises of her innumerable fine qualities earlier In the season The cause of this change Is well known to nearly all attached to the theatre, and It Is not impossible that tbo pub Ho may some day b regaled with Its rich details, as all th documents appertaining to it bar been prcifrvid. x am told, Intact. I bars Ukin the article to which I refer para graph by paragraph, until I now com to one which seeks to partially soften the growls contained la those above by praising ournew leading lady,. Mr. Pbbbv, and thoplay of th "Sea of Ice," but that Is of no Importance We have leaned to under stand his smiles; they are simply evidence that his seats have been satisfactory, and that he has not been annoyed by the doorkeeper's asking hla for nis ticket or some other "Indignity," (0 which all paying customers ar mghtlr subjected It would hot be at all stirpriiltlg to tee Id bll neit article upon Che piece wholesale condemnation of the en tire production should he "to nlgbt bring fir or six people upon the "complimentary" which entitles him to seats for himself and lady, and the ' Impu dent" usher should ask him for checks for their seats, as he does all paying customers that enters the theatre; and Mrs Pxnav mey depend that un less her predecessor ha faithfully Instructed her upon certain points not connected with her acting poa th stag And she carefully observes t hem It Is not at all unlikely that tbe friendly words ut teredlnher favor by our writer to day ere long vhange to growls, such as th writer aforesaid with petty malice Is alone capable of uttering These points are not taken up by me with any malicious feeling towards "ndy lord Writer, " but for th purpose of showing to th readers of his articles what are tbe Influences that render our performances or actors good or bad in his august estimation. I am protesting against th abuses of the critic's privileges, which are so common) for In tbe majority of Instances tbe readers of these artt cles arc compelled to feast their minds upon the In dividual prsjudlcesof tbewriter Bat in thewhole course of my publlo career I have sever seen this fact so shamefully developed as la tho ease of the writer In question Managers are awakening to th folly of submission to this sort of thing through out th country, and in on or two Important In stances have arrested their rights by deciding to put their Job printing and advertising where tkty choose, and not as the newspaper writer shall dic tate) and to manage and regulate their theatres and free lifts as they feel disposed, and not receive Instructions upon those points from the black mailers" of the class In question Th Insolence of that class of writers who are not regularly employed by publishers, but are per mitted by them to write tbe articles which open to them the ' free lists" of places of amusement, Is most Intolerable Of this class Is the "writer" of whom I am at this time particularly complaining The flrst time that I over spoke to blm was two years ago, nearly, when he made demand upon me for two seats of his own selection, which should be kept vacant for his pleasure the entire season I refused the unjust request, and as a consequence th tbeatrs was a target for bis abuse during most of tbe season At th commencement of the present season, seeing that he had gained the con fidence of th publishers of a respectable and Influ ential journal, and was by them to be permitted to continue his scribbling, I politically determined to capture" him for the benefit of the establishment, which I succeeded In doing very easily by a little exUa eovjtMy. at4adfrouiihriaL that nor theatre was hie "only hop for thwlatr7I havtkept him pretty well smoothed down during th season, although many vigorous strokes of policy have been nsccriary, as "growls ' have arisen almost to the surfaoe time and again, for an Innate propen stty is at all times difficult to control I have now done with this man llereafter, If be desires to "scold " at anything connected with the establishment that I mansgo, he can hare all the facilities which an available seat will afford, and if any effusions from his stujendous brain should strike tbe public as being censorious and severe, or if be should often omit writing at all, It can be ao count 1 for by tbe fact that he cannot get Into the aforesaid seat without paying full price for It, aud If the advertisement o'thls theatre Is not found in some of Its usual places, let it be accounted for upon similar grounds to those which Induce tb theatres of New rk to head their bills with "This establishment does not advertise In the New York UtralJ ery respectfully, yours C I) IIkbs P S Mr Lams continues as stage manager and first comedian W hen Ihe erudite ' critic" learns the simplest details of a business In which he presumes to be an Instructor, ho will know that small and incomplete companies only are compelled to press all their talent Into every piece, while very few pieces in tbe general run of the drama contain suf Delect strength In tbe drunuitu jtrtonce to employ tho entire strength of a first class, complete com pany, such as this theatre sustains He will also understand the publlo taste should be consulted by a caterer of amni ements, rather than the arrogant demands of a self constituted dictator, If he would protect himself from pecuniary loss The I-ate Colonel liotvem. Lieutenant General Graxt has Issued the ful low I oit order I1CAIH.I A1TSBS ur TUB ABM "1 ADJCTAIT UUlf KBAL UFNl WiSHiHUVOf. March 30. IS6S Tbe lieutenant General with deep regret an nounces to the army tbe decease at Garrison Sta tion opposite West 1'oint, N Y , on tbe flth Inst , of Major Theodore S Bowers, of tbe Adjutant Gen eral's Department, and Brevet Colunel, USA, at tbe ago of thirty four Vol Bowers began ms military career as a pri vata In company G, 48th regiment Illinois Id fun try volunteers. In October, lbfil lie was commls cloned flrst lieutenant of his company March 24, 1B0Z , was made an aide ue camp to uen urant April 20, 18(12 and was appointed captain and aide de camp November 1, 1802 February 19, 1863, Captain Bower was appointed Judgeadvocate for the Department of the .Tennessee with the rank of major After tbe surrender of Mckiburg Major Bowers was assigned in orders Assistant Adjutant General with tbe rank of Lieutenant Colonel July 29, 1KC4 Colonel Bowers was made Captain and As slstant Quartermaster In tbo regular army, and was appointed January fl, 1805, to the Adjutant Gtn oral s Department with the rank of Major, lie was breveted Lieutenant Colonel and Colonel, United States army, for gallant and meritorious services during the war," March 13, 1805 UlsdutUs were continuously In tbe field with tbe Lieutenant Gen oral until the surrender of General Lee at Appo mntlox Court House, an 1 from that time forward at his headquarters at Washington, I C The army generally has to mourn the loss of a brother officer whose virtues as a man and whose soldierly qualities arc worthy of emulation Tbe officers of the Adjutant General e Depart ment will wear tb usual badge of mourning for thirty days By command of Lieutenant General Grant L D TottssitMi, Aislitnnt Adjutant General II. tliudtuth nf llou Solomon l'oot tlic next Vermont Legislature will bate tho unusual responsibility of making three elections of United States Senators one to fill the unexpired term of Judge Collamer, one for th long term, aud now ono Dll the vacancy occaslonsd by tbe death of Senator toot Gov Dillingham will in the mean lime, have to appoint a successor to Mr Foot for the remainder of tbe present eesston of Congress 'I up kinilyof Milliwin Moultnoj ioi.nl) Illinois, was .Isited by a tornado on the 20th ult,, causing great destruction to property Twenty houses were demolished and several persons were Injured, I on, IoiioIl ami Holt-mo ni. A C111CA00 dispatch statea that the pros pects of th wheat crop are not vry bright. Mrs Davis went up the Mississippi to wards Canada last Satirday. " Betkath tho rulo of men entirely great Th pn Is mightier than the sword "-. H tehtlH. "Xo man ever arrived suddenly at the summU'ot vie." Jutennt. " Wiown are the great game of fortune b-aatet".atW.wii. IfOw meanly and flath theprits Cnr.?!! GtCrowtU "biiv neglectn her heart m1h etmliis hir glass "La voter. ''11 that sips of many arts drinks of none ''bnller. "IIastv marriage bcldum protctlituh" 8haittpear$ "AVhft flatterers meet the deul goes to dinner tllloroet Jxmthat has nothing but beaut) to ketp It In good health, Is short lived Cmjms "Tritm it simple, requiring neither stud) nor art UAmmuin "A moma.v Imprudent and maimUh grown i not more loatu'd man an eOeminate man " Sttalttptari A iip tr southerly pile on Frida prus. tratcd several buildings In Halifax, X fl , and the telegraph line In all directions " I'liiiAHnriii does not regard nediirree. she did not receive Plato as a noble, but she made htm so " Stiuett "'Iiie great must submit to the dominion of prudence and of virtue, or none will long submit to tbe dominion of the great " Bur It 14 Laihfs. heed Coleridge and eschew fine words as you would rouge j love simple ones as yon would native roses on your cheeks " Iv Dun Hire's triumphal procession jester- day the flag above tb monkeys was at half most On of the bootblack brigade, on tbe sidewalk, said 'Dat sjeos one oh de monkeys is dead " Tut first organ e . er heard in public orslun In New England, was sent from London to th King's Chapel, (near tbe Barker House,) In Boston, 1714 Somp wfceacro telegraphs to the Philadel phia Inquirer that "unless a man Is mentioned for Collector of New York who Is acceptable to the Senate, he will not be confirmed '" "Rahe and frenzy will pull down more in half an hour, than prudence, deliberation, and fore eight can build up In a hundred years "IJvrle Hatterslev'h type-setting machine has been tested In England, where It was Invented, and it will set about half as much type per hour as tb Aldln machine, an American Invention The line ooro, " Imported Scythian " died of pMBVMtii oa th Sots, f March, sm tk farm ot his owner, M. B. A. Alexander, la Wodfortt, JCea tueky. Turfmen will deplore his toss Tut. report that Dean Hickman had at tempted to bribe Gurowikl to make some "sktntl User" remarks about blm In tbe next edition of the Diary, Is probably without foundation PiiiLo Chase, of IJUhfield, t'onnotluut died a few days ago, aged seventy Ave years. For the last twenty five years bis dally diet ba been three pints of milk and one of whisky lie adopted that diet from conviction that solid food Injured him (ifo VirRPi) 'lnwAhFr, ono of the raciest writers In the country, has written a book entitled "Tbe Campaigns of a Non-combatant, and his Ilomaunt abroad during the War " W predkt that the book will be worth reading, and will pro duce a sensation A phi. has been Introduced in the Ohio' House of Representatives Lo prohibit conductors ' on street railroads from receiving fare except from I passengers provided with seats Tnr workmuiat the Uospnrt (Vu ) w yard aro engaged In stripping the frigate Macedo nian, lately arrived there from Annapolis hue Is to be docked and will be put In a sea worthy con dition and will then go to Annapolis for the use of tbe midshipmen of the Net al Academy At SprniLfield, Illinois, the ntlust utixui I Is presumed to be Jacob Bonn, banker, who com menced 11 fo aa a grocer s boy, and who last year returned $80,000 income Ue was a neighbor of Mr Lincoln 0f of the ixpeits appointed by tho becre- tary of the Treasury to examine into the matter, has reported that petroleum Is to be regarded as combustible within tbe meaning ot the law in re gard to the transportation of articles of that nature J.I). D DfDoh, editor of lhlloiCn lie- vi4uf, was examined at great length before tbe He construction Committee yesterday. He has just returned from a tour through tbe Southern States, and gives a very favorable account of what he saw and beard. 'hip Amiritau Antislaer) Sxt la prt paring for a vigorous campaign at the May annl versartes In New ork Slavery hating beenabol lsbed, they will probably turn their attention to the emancipation of white men from political party trammels Io of the richtbt nun in Mulligan nto Senator Chandler whom everybody calls " ack," on account of bis convivial nature, and who Is tbe J1 W of the Northwest and Cot t E B V. ard, a sort of inland auderbilt, who owns no end or steamers, and who is largely Interested In tbe cop per and Iron trade A rami of g)pMos, con-iMing of about a hundred, baie settled on th dividing line between East Cambridge and Somcrvllle near Boston They camo from Canada about six months ago Tbe band Is regularly organised, and governel by a queen, who was appointed some two years since for a term of reeu years Ymonii the rub men of tho Colorado Tcr I rltory are C A Cooke, Denver, banker, formerly of Wisconsin, whose means are computed at $300,000 I He went to the Territory indifferently provided for, but bj teal in forwarding and guarding deposits, made himself a permanent business 1 Tor rich. a I pant and I pant for renown Said a ragged breeched cove on a bend ' Then of jxinti you v a pair, and had best put them on, And no longer espos to the wind and tb sun I Tb tricks of th boys and the gase of tbe town I I our extremities ' Eh, my good friend ?" 1 Qiibblk Maj (jfv. Await, in coinphanco with in structions received from th Seoretary of Vtar, has relented Wm L Hamilton, who was arrested in j New . ork and brought to this city on the suspicion i that he was Quantrel, tbe desperado TbOov rnmcat has furnished Hamilton with fro trans port nUo a back to New York, A dispatch from Sunflower county, Mia aliilppl, ujl a d.t amplojad on (Jan. Forratt'l plantation, wbll. aaaaaHlnf III (th. nafro'i) liefc wlf. on e.lartl.y, wai ramomtralaj Hh j D.n. Forrait Tb. sarro dtawakulf. and aUamntad to kill Forrait, ho, aflar Health, a wo4 in tb band, a.li.d' an ax and kUUd tb. n.fro. O.noral Ferr.lt ta.n cava bIau.1T ap to tb. ibwlff. Tut cmo of Turn Miran, convicted of tho nord.r of O. W. VTatari, at.Wbalaj'i (aiabllii; bona on Dakar itreat, Cincinnati, tb. homlald. lakln, flat. lorn. tni jun aci harlaf gonta roaadl of th. eonrti, fca.aM.nitk fcoan finally dlipoaad ofth Snpram. Cart at Colnmlai dia t&lnlng lb. ptU!oa In .rror and aanUnoid tha prlion.r to ba b--J 'on'tb.ltlh of Ma-. Jllma baa Wan In Jail orar tbraa jaara, and of lata tu ban acting aa tarnka-. DmrATciica from Santiago give a detailed account of tb. naral .oga-am.nt on tb. 8oatb.nl coaat of Chill, Utwaanth. Spaniard, and th. al Had iqaadron of Fern and Chlil. II. now appMrt that tb. r.pnla. of th. fipaalardl ir,a aompl.t.. Th. combat took plaoa In tb. tlolnlt- of tb. .Ill anil of Ablao, wb.r. th. alllod txt har. b.n tot maajr wa.ka On tb. part of th. alllli two nan war. killad, bat littl. dam.ga wa don. to th.lf ihlpa, whit. tb. Spaniard, ar. aeppowd to bar. loat orar on. hundrad man, and ioalrahlpi war. aartona 1 Injnrad. FlftMa bnndr.d aboti, rnora' or laafff war. flrad on th.lr aid. A w.U-dlraotad ah.U from th. Corodonga daitro-.d tba itat. room of tha Blanca, and tb. ball, which atraek th. wat.r Una mad. th. Blanoa l.ak and tip bad) to ono alda, ani In thla itata ah. .nt.iad Valparalao. Tboao And by tha Spnnhh fl.at war. badly almad. AfUr tna aogagamant th.ra war. many tblngc plck.d np from tb. fipanlah ahlpi) among othan, a bait of tba Qoat n of Spain, which had baan plaead In tb. prow of tb. ihlp Tbli combat wai a raai victory, al thoagh not a Tory daclalro on. for th. alltad foroM Thay dliplayad much brarary and aklU. If tba allied iblp. bad b.en In readln.ti, th. two BpanUa hlpi would bar. baan captured. THE COST OF WAR. llio following Ij a bill Tor the relief of cer tain contractors for tbo construction or ves cls of war and steam machinery, over and ul)oc tho contract price", offered in the Sen ate by Mr. X)C, of N'oada, and passed to a oicond reading: Ue if enacted by the Senate and House ef lleprtmtatnet of the United States of America i Congress assembled: That thero be, and hereby is, appropriated, out of a&y money in tho Treasury not othcrwiso appro priated, tho following sums of money tf bo paid to the following named persons and firms, upon losses by them sustained in tho construction of tho vessels of war and steam machinery as follow b, and the Secretary of tho Treasury is ihrcctcd to pay the same, as fullows: ToLarrabco and Allen j upon tho Iosco., SU.10H.7i - ' --'lit. ff rr li To O. Vf. Lawrence, upon" the "Atrawam aud tho 1'ontoosuc, 81",-.!1.M. To Curtis and nldcn, upon tbe Massasoit anl Osceola, $d,23C 'S. To l'aul Curtis, upon tho Chickopcc, CJ1.W39 To V. ami 0 S Sampson, npon the Mat- talHltt, JHU10 3M 'lo 'Ihoruas .Stack and Company, upon tba Mctacomct.tftMN 38 To .1 Simvnson, upon tho Chenango $16,411 81. To r d I uptou, upon tbo Liuapct. Cl8 5TC 5.' ro r z. meter, upon tne .M endow, 514 4.3 84 'lo 1) S yll son Mcrshon, upon the Mingoe, To C II and Y. M. Cramp, upon tho Wiiluni(f (5.1,83193. 'hi J. J. Abrahams, upon tbe EnUw, 8U ""C In ilillman and Streaker, on tho I'ontlac, MdtrjJ 'I o the (llobe-Vorks of South Iloston, Mas. tachmctts, upon tbe machinery for the Iosco an Mnssasoit, 83977 99 To the Portland Locomotiio Works,upoa the AgaHaiauud I'ontoosui machinery, S30, 8"7 40 '1 o the Allaire Works upon tho Mnttabc m It and bhamrock mat Inner, S50.238 13. To tho Neptuno Iron orks, upon tho (hi kopec and Tallapoosa machinery, $10, oC 1 1,1 'lodcoige'W Quintard proprietor of tho M oi pan lion Work of New York, upon ih. tmi.lumry of tho Ascntmy and Chenan go Sll ').! d 'I n Jumex Murphy & Co , proprietors of tbe Kultuu Iron Works, on the machinery or the ()1h,-o, t.22 380 01. J o the bouth Brooklyn Steam Fngino ui k, upon the machinery of tho Mcta conut and Mcndota, bl 23 50 '1 ii the Washington Works, upon the ma ihinen of the Lena pee, $29 lbl 24. To Poe, Joins A. Co upon the machinc ij of tbe Mingoe nnl M' aiming, 811,624 75. Tn Malic A. Levy, upon the machinery of 111. routine, 822 434 50 'lo l'nok A. Hunt, upon the machinery of the Ma.klmiw,84lfll5 84 'In the Uluntk Works, of Kast Iloston, Mauihusttti, upon the machinery of tho 0 . ohr and .SassaciH, 841 027 40 To John Roach, proprietor of tbe JEtna Iron Works, upon the nuchinirj of the Pc orii 8M 7")2 51. 'In (inr.lnir A Lake upon the machinery ur the Put. (uit 8 18 m 7 1 '1 o Ileum) bun k Archbold, upon the bu wnnco Aat.r.c and Shainokin, and their mailuncn, 893,30311. 'I.iT P Itnwland, upon the Muscoota and liu.bincrj, 882,460 95, Tu Harrison Lormg, upon tbo Wiuncpco ami her mu. Inner) 8bJ,7l5 tl To Zmo becor and Company, upon tho Mohongound machinery, 8113 543 78 To the Noxiltx Iron Works, upon the ina thincrv of tbe Miantouomah, 8A832 04 To I'osex, Jones and Coinpunx, upon tho l'llcrini anil her niacbincrj 81,703 38. 'lo William Pernio upon tho Triana and Maria, null their luuihin.r) 896,059 79 'lo Janus II Kails upon tho Milnaukio uid Wiimebugo, wilb their machinery, $.59 613 04 To (Je.irge W Quintard upon tho Onon daga and muihmcr) 885 203 91. To Z uml P s. . or upon tho Tecumsch mm xiaiiopu. Mini tueir macmnery, tJ.'JS,. 041 14 To W P. rino ond Z. F. Secor, upon tho Maiibuttan, 8119,020 57. 'lo Alexander Bwift and Company, upon the Catawba and Oneota, with their nio ihmery, 8228,019 88 To bnowden and Mason, upon tho Manor J link and machinery, 811.569 42 To William Pernio upon the Jxaubuc and machinery, 836,533 44 ToDonohuc, It) an and Secor, npon tho Comanche, luth her inachmer), 3W,953.60, 0