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?J2JU llalMtt .11 1J J-( ' VOL XI WA8HINGTqN CITY. D. 0.. MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY Si, 1870. I NO. 74, kmmmma J99HiSu&HpJiyi v lk!w$ Auction Balci. BTUMKH niLLIAUn, Aa.!'.. soutb..torar Ueronta adl tr.ta. in. Ap po """". .A, W 1T0B W. "J" P...IO IO VOT.tOr.,.. DO H.IPB.r bstwa.Utkt lpeaB41 BTitbilrMl wm IV a"61!' r Cesg mm from 1717, nV "I J "unit. tx juai'iB s A1 .ntriaaa RUta f tpm, f . f Ik ab.l4 Laad al SeatYs MsUtsr of DibiUi, omtttU A laraa urn..? ."""""i in unuii ai.. Upward f ISO TlllDIH of tk RltlOBtl Iat111 bvvii larpviin . vej vodiiiiiv Ahoa.Wor4Ot0iaofliftAiir.il of CtBgreai. SB' , tKB4. ""rat vdIihh ! A marl t a Slat papers. A loi of Trp. . tarna. Cash ORlllf WILLIAM. fa)4 tltaiAChroa.) AaatUaasrs. Atiatinnaara ami tlaal Vela.. Ti.aI.... Ho.SM.IosibaaitaoniarofStToaiaftidDitroala. .waft. oRTOBIDAT.tBaiataarofMarak. ItTO.oitka pramla. thalTaUtBl iNDirlr altaataA u tha ofaar of A Bad Tklr4 atraaU, alBsaat, Lola aaatbtr 19aa4 II, laaqaaraH . TM.wlfk th ha 1 14 lfft,.lM,?5,J.i .".. "OLD CAPITOL IIBTU fMNMtga lo bo ilrta alp , Tarraa'i Ola lalfrath, th raaUa la es () sad Ua (10i lAoalba. with laiarnt from th dar or sals, lbs paraaaasr iltlac hla aataa, aatlafaatorll la 4ra4 All 'araaalB ail lUnpi si Ua ai p at of lb (irfkiMr. A 4ap1l of (UuO) Ibr ABBdred ddllail Will b reqalr4 at lha tlmaaf uU. fall 14 Star k Ckfa.. Amatloaaaf t 1)Y UltEELV A VflLLfABfll. J Auetioaesre aad Baal Estate brokers, Jltf loeiksast eoraar of Sevailk ae4 b atraets. noOSEUOLD AHD KITCM-If rUBVITDRS AT AUCTION. uiTUUBiPAi.iMnin laataat.wa shall -Mil at tha rMt48Beof a caallsmatj 4llalBg 1botmk,.af, al 10 o'aloah. A.m.,, oa Ib" diaa avaaas. baia-aaa riMt ab4 b4 wnt. noun h.iij,iiwI aa WATd B K-Bw, o4Artailof raraliara, vlii Walaat Droaatallo Cerared Parlor ..alts, algM Ojll rramrrBh.pata Mirror, Mtbl BraakaL W adaw CacUlai, TapeiUr, I at rata and olbor Wata! Eitaiilm, Cf4 tii otkar Tabloa. Aid Htf aovarad Sofa, Ltiifaa, Dlalaf bb4 otbar I 7fi.,i1,wJr!lro,i?5.li Marbla-iopChambarlat. Tra,Alata4CuUBfatta, I'm act. ad otfair MB4ilfa4a I 4. i HaUratMi, aa4 Bad r'' 0al. Alt UiVtAti4otharBtTM. .With a koo4 lolof KlUhaa Kaq.UH.. WKBAfl M WILLIAM!, Aaettoaaara. ll'OP-S- .I-ATlHil, Anei'ra J (Sneoaoaorilo J. U.MoUalraA.na.1 katbwatl toraar af PaaairiraBla ?( bb4 Xlaraiih Btroat. TRCITIB'I 84LBor PBIITOn PLAT. VIE KUKS, BH08-ELS ABI) THKIB Ft? OAK PITS. WALHDT ABU MiHlKIAHT ViStMR ANbcnaUBtR PlfKJIlTORBjnAieOOTTAA kr!.Ju K1ICUIH MlDVISlTli, k" 4fc ' ohiUtl rMorda for Mill. Ihtk Fllalllal ,.1 aall al fablla aiatlot oa "J?"'l f Colambla, 1 y 1Q a'nlaak . aaraarr ii ja.ti. vonmaaaiBB l biriJiaSP' kaaaalfo SM.(ftl4 Ban mY.i .- "- riltNi TiruaalM Btraol a4 Tar 11 "n -noU fornllar., At., aoB.l-tU( la pari of- rrcaeh Plata Mai Matbla-toi asd oihor TMm BnKMli.TkrtO'pIr abb taenia Carpata (Mil aad Jiroaia Okaaaallara a4 CkaadaUViBa Biacar. lUaawood Tablaa Thraa MaboBaar Book Cul MOtoxaar Ualrloih BaraaaJ Cbalra niliaiaiMIIIOH VlBIBfiaOlO ranch Cklaa D)tajSl WalaitaaV MbJiocaaV BW.t4aw., Mabaaar WA4robB.WIa4aw Ua )ak Coim Ckanbar 1U,1 alaca WAlHlIluTAftUwIllariAB Halraad Uaak MAUraMta ;dK;vra.mKfiU3;u IBgaal MMtlag BIotm a Baqalallaa. At. , Wbraarr 51 rollbaTraataa. JraatbarfloUlartaad Kllehai UaU-tJa 49-THI ifV m TnflHatT. I plat, byoxdar M-o4A4a f. o vriLVOVfTraaUo. JFHtkLATlMBR, AIIUHMHa O0O.-AM LATIMB1. jatarj Aaaltoa ra. fAteal Tlf)crB.kiBj'kItraflllt)a. JnJge R.ll. C61eratn, a prom!ant cltl Mtt of VlrgloU, died wdlenlf at tho Ki cIiaii( hotel, Rlobmoail, yeiterdAj moralog'. Tht London Board ot TroJo lu bwn arjoJ to adopt ttia metric lyitcm or welgtli aod tteaiarei. Tbo nuancrjcaieof BttirlA ti. Brr, In England, hti btenieltled. Tnfl ex-nun bu rocelrcd back her dowry, and each xrt7 rayi Iti ok n cotti. Tbs London Oburvtr U confident of tha puiaro of the Irish, laud-reform bill. George Amibnrj, a compoeltor lo the New York Tlnu$ oQce, on Batnrday let 3,004 ems of ioUJ mlalon 1b one hoar. Thli U eald to be the faiteet trpe-acttlng on record. Kohler A Kamafra. proprietor! of the great lager Jer brewiry al QntUnberg, hare been charged with meaoe fraud and held to bailla 15.000 each to await the declilon of Commlailoner XIolTaian of New York. The Utah Territorial Legislature Ad Jonraod on Balnrdaj. Tho Mormoni of Bait Lako will celebrate Taahtngtoaa birthday by a ball. John W, Dire, wai arretted at tho poet offlca In Cloclnoall. yesterday, by means of a decoy letter. lie la toppoiod to bo ration, an attache of the Baltimore post office, who was detected In the act of breaking open XHters there. A cohrisposdmt of the Kew York nn- ing Ptit sajs that tha friends of Jadie Bradley, finding that there Is a mejortty In the Senate opposed to his confirmation as Associate Jaitlce of the Sapreme Coart, will ask the President to nltblraw his namo, and not subject him to an outright rejection. A correspondent of the CommtrtlaX Advirtlur, writing upon the tame subject, says the Southern Senators hare glren notice that they Intend to talk against time to defeat action fa the Bradley case until the bill for nxiBf toe judicial circuits Is disposed of. Br niTARiicn to onr telegraphic dls patches It will ba seen that President Baes will submit the annexation rruestlou to the Tote of thepcople of San Domingo. At the same time we are Informed that Voneinsla makes application for admission Into the family of Btat&a. Let them all come. The wlo'gs of onr eagle are broad enough to v'oTer the whole continent. A KVMon cornea from Kew York that the Fenians contemplate another Inraslon of Canada. For Bale or Bent. TXIR fliaT-ATHREE-STOKT BUTCKDWIL a. Linn, taow oesnrii irft, laaiwaa L aad M, T?OR 1HI-IWO OR THHIB DRSIRABLK V ROOIUH la ika COLf)KIZtTlujr BJILDIHU to rasi ir nrneo perpota. aad abb aaltAbla fortbn.Mtla(ao( Roclatlaa. ColoaltAUoaOfflaa, la IbalnlUlaf. arc room laqalra at aal mil anaira aaat nf lha (.antlAl. laaalf al 00, aid aarabar. Kail Captlol ilrl. U t a S.aa4 aad Third ilrMla aut. fa 18 8t 17 3 R BhLS. A TWO BTORT FRAME IIOPSI. 1 A a-.ni. am 1I.U. iIfmL lalaad. al ATtA. Tara.it iluO !., balaaaalio amoaih,i7. M. M, ROB R1II , ibib-01 atw lors artaa aaa niaa.rti. TTi.s"Aif.a taaara from 6 ltraui aww TOCB L M4- Kw Totk ataaaaaBdMBlbBUMl. I ,)Tl'UUFCB A XJATinEH. APri IJ)(Suooaaori W JamoaO. MaOuUea.U,i gutbweteornr Pan n it Irani a avaane aod ajSTOBia Biraa.a, TRUSTEE'S BALK Of ntOBLT VALUA71S.X iMPHoygD pKOpaaTT. ot h wyH BTRSaf, UK DOORWiSTOr riPTBXHTU BTREBT. aDrTlrttaof A44af rmti. datad thank darorUaMnbr.lKa.BJLd4aIf rMord4 la T.taTaail R- N. Bdu MS. ala . OB ft ItaaU4 tMorda rr WaaWacMa Manly. la Dla ttict of Colambla. I akUL a)) al pbtl aaatloa. "-IB.n. .ha tfliyTlm r.1 Vatni.n. l.TM al I i o'elotk p, m.. la t rM orlka praraiaaa, parta ft hallal al. : uii.i M iihh iuii. ha! tba aoatkaad I toraar f orlsl-ja. ll Ba. S. raaiB tbaaaa da aorlblMfaol. tbaaaa 4a MMM foal. Ihaaaado oa tb w tt .umI 1U f Ml. aadiWaM do waai wlUi friTiiv.aoi Biaa ,. ...-. .. - V.imosi 1 MUBiBLX BUIDMC TOK Bill ON COS. about lafftM Qaairaii u.l J T 'SliV. "i. tl Sir. b. bTwiiiu ivr'r i Josirn wv, ruDtH ! , ''" V T watakaaia, laoi ;',,''.,V.!t .. HIUM; lor io.r. .rwr . toll Mr. kr; M jal 10nTKT HOHIS WIT-IK 00.O5Kf. tlu(r.m !, -IIia -.' JS.t if! rood (' will ta wi.a Ik. LT 0;,vMRI!2. ; f i.rk MUl. .Iim. akoat aa. qaarur !!. ! 01 tiJlfaa '' u' VtutUtUI. r.lr.ir umaugron run iHolaniEiimi iNTtniiAt. RiTtxci Rioum oa Batar AtJ wer, I22S,01.M. lUioa J. F. Rodis.oc.ii. inklUched, btibcen relltred from tacrattlof 'nfrlc. at Mawport lamcta, Kaotockjr, aad 1 been appointed b- tha Becretary of War daputy SOTernor of lb. BoliUara Horn, at Waiblnt; ton. to raport for daty oa tb Silt laltaot. Tni committed of 180 oa . new coTern meat forth. DlitrlctwIM incet to-ol.bt at M.turott ball, A fall attendance U re qneited. as tb. ipeclal eommlttae of tweatr oa. will report, and ranch Important bnsU nut will b. trantacted. A iruaroia af tb. prominent Honor dealer! la Kew Tork bare wrlttea to tb. CommU loaer ef Internal Rerenie, eiprenlngtbelr recret at the inipenilon of tb. order pr.. ecrlbln(the new form, No. 51. Tlilj be Mete tbat tba lnter.it of leiltlmate dealtre, at well ae that of tba OoTcrnment, rtqnlre that lb. new form iboald b. eontlnaed. ,MI.KilVil-e.VUlaiab .Irtolaad I Iffl". ..., nut-tklrdoa.ki tk.roll2aiat.lt aod I-.1VO mjatka. M.or.d r a doodor Iro.l, -uh oolo. bo.rlai lauroL (Joartroa.loa aad . al. l o" par.k.Mr, id.po.ll al aW) will k.,.l.ad..u-..l..l. t, -. JaJldkda CJOl'lBiHTIkllR. A.il'.. -tnAIipV-A- U T05TP0BID HJ. til IlBRUAKT BJa. .am. koaraod al... Vr -..-. w..T.n.ta. AnaVIM IIM AID .aaar. ot PaUitOfflo. Latroba'a rkbfa.aolaad ilu "i in, ill .pl.idld l.lk,ro. aad wai.r Iomi: .tallourr iaftrblo.UP uk .laodk aad mrV "' MTaSa-aaUaaa. Jfka wkolo "rail.d la nJtf .amlorl.Ha .1 jlo. Mm eatr i.W I. , wlik X.q.tc.J ---.-. Bool Eallto Afoil aaa araa.r, . -' tga!'''','lt'.-.r',,'"',CT Il(TERB8TlX ETIXt IM FASaiOXABLt Circles. Mrs. Gen. Williams, fnrmerly lira. Senator Douglas, has prtsentedTw lord with another young Williams of the male persuasion. Mother and child are doing welt, and patir famUtai Is exultant. Gen. Williams has J ost been ordered from here to Richmond, va. Out Miiistbk, la Switzerland writes to Gen C. C. Waibbornc, commending the project for establishing a postal telegraph throughout the United BtiUi. He says he went to flffttxerland an opponent of the measure, but obserratlon of the working of tbe system la tbat country has fully satis fied him that It ought to be established In the Unlted-Blates. Natioxal TflBATRB. Uaggla -Mitchell commences the second week of her success. fal engagement at the National this (Mon day) erenlng, and produces her own beaatl fal dramatisation and creation, " Fanchon." it is a play pecuiiarlraaapted lo display the geolns and rersatlllty of this artiste, as all our readers know. "Fanehon will be glren witnaii adjuncts of effect. to scenery, cos tumes, and an excellent cast. Ga see It Tai roLLowma xatal osnxns were Issued on Saturday. Ordered Lieutenant Commander Charles F. Blake, to duty as chief of staff of the Sooth squadron of the North Atlantic fleet. Detached Lieu tenant Commander J. II. Bands, from duty at tho Obaerratory, aod ordered to ordnance duty at tho Washington nary yardt Master J. Al. Wilson, from Ibe llanmee, and placed on walling orders) Ensign N. L. RousTelt, from ordnance dnty at New York, and or dered to the Alaska. Tan A isc HBBcnA.'Ts, we understand, Intend to follow the eiadplo of tbe banking- houses, and close their places of business to morrow. Let there bo entire unanimity la this morcment, and wo aro sure the cltlxsas of the city will most heartily commend their patriotism. It seems at least proper that tha capital of the nation, bearing thi revered name of the Father of his Country, should rejoice on the natal day-l Wash- Tnn KxiosnTnirui Lbtxb, CclamlU Commanderr.no. 9. famed for always doing thiotra In nice shape, aanour.se their an nnal Ibtca at tha Masonlo temple, for the sight of March 1. This- state me at will ba aufOolent to set the belles and beans of onr city on the qui vU- and the occasion wlll.we know, UTe in taa memory 01 picasura iutwib. Afusra. Olcott A Bon have made arrange' menu In regard to carriages, as will be seen by reference to tha adrertlssment of the lerce. Mil J eh mi Colli us, the well-known champion of female labor and woman's rights, this CTeulngwlll review the Iter. Dr. Bornton'a sermon asurerea ytairua; on tho "woman question." It la to be hoped that she may haTO a good nouse io night, aa none doubt, with her ability, she will handle tbe snblect "without gloTea" aod with conaummate skill. Let her by all meana bars a fair field. BbeasksnofaTors, ate lectures at Odd Fellows' hall. TOR P1EWT OH PALI OM LORO T1MB-A i? iattl.R.STOBr f BAMR tS.i. iS ra.mia WklM Bed IB H. tlT TwaBtT'CrM '- weat. irai 4.. I.W MBD ILL. fall tf Ma.4i raaaaTl'aa-A TaaB, Jectof special taxes Jt li expected will Ant engage the attention of the Honse, and tho am en fl menU proposed by the committee, It Is believed, will provoke a warm debate. It wiu, vi bibb- by reference to our local columns tbat the call of BtOckett is, tU Corporation of Washington has been decided for the plaintiff. There are one or Iwoclr camslaoces connected with this suit which are vary Interesting. It will be remembered that Mr. Wm. A. Cook, corporation attor ney, had the cause removed from JniUce D. It, Brjilth to Jttstlce Walter, on the plea that the Corporation would not receive Justice from Bmllh. The decision on Saturday, and the action of the repress atallv t of Mr. Cook n declining to defend li an evidence that In the outset tbe claim of Mr. Btockelt waa a Just one. This action on the part of Mr Cook has Involved the city In additional debt, the cost In this trifling a ff.it r having swelled to 95.13, which our much-abused tax.payers bar to foot directly. Whether or not tbe affidavit of the corporation attorney that Mr Bmllh would not give tho corporation a fair and Impartial trial was careless swearing maybe judged from the result before Justice Wal ter. The corporation could not (or It would) have defended, and the most Smith could have dono would have been to decide for the plalnttffas Justice Waller dM, and the costs would have been mnch less. TubAllxobd Balbop CADBTSairi. Tho House Committee on Military Affairs ex amined several witnesses on Saturday la re latlon to the sate of codetshlps, among whom were Edward V, Brooks and a Mr. Upshnr, of New York, whose son, It Is alleged, was appointed to the Military Academy by Mr Whlltcmore, of South Carolina. Mr Up shnr, It la said, testlled that he knew noth ing about It farther than that he pat 92,000 In, tha hands of Mr. Olcott, a New York broker. Olcottcmploysd Mr. Brooks to make tha negotiation, and Brooks applied to Mr. Whlttomore, who, It Is laid refused to negotiate and Mr. Bypher was then applied t0 tr. 8pher, however, denlee Brooks' statement. He says B. approached him at Wlllard's hotel and offered lo purchase his appointment. Bypber says ho Informed Brooks that be was not his man, and Brooks said he would go and sea his (Sypbers) brother la Philadelphia. Mr. Whlttemore denies bating made any negotiation for tbe cadetshlp. He admits, however, appointing the son of an old friend who had a short time previously moved Into his district, and shortly afterwards 91,000 was glren to the district for educational purposes Tbe testi mony before tbe committee has, It is said, developed the fact that some army and navy officers were cognizant of the sale of the cadetshlps, and some high officers other than members of Congress may bo Implicated event n ally. Tnn Mississippi Bill. On Saturday Hon. n. R. Revsls, tbe Senator elect from Missis alpppl. with the Representatives elect from that Bute, called on President Oraot for the purpose of laying before him certain facts In reference to the status of Mississippi affairs, and asklog that he defer sgulng tbe bill admitting Mississippi until Tuesday or Wednesday next. Is was stated that under tho members would reasaerauia uu .uu bc.j.i Tuesday following tbe sigmagoi mo em admitting the Btale, and that a number of the members, and at least one State officer, elected on the Republican ticket, coaui no. take their seats until the btll removlogpollt irAi dlAAbllltlea was passed. The Repre sentatives elect would not bo Incommoded in the loaet, and it might be that the bill referred to might pais Congress before tho Legislature assembled! but to gain uni and obviate any hindrance that mtght be put la the way of securing tbe largest re publican vote In the Legislature, It would be prudent to give those now ostracised a chance to take the oath. The President, la reply, saU that at best not more than six TIKE rirrEKNTH AHEMDHCNT, Nebraska has ratified the fifteenth amend mentj of the Federal Constitution by an almost unanimous vote of her Legislature. This completes the work. The Stales whlcH have ratified that amendment areaa follows i POa TRB AMIWDMBBTI ronnifiraaia, Missouri, Mala-. New J (am pi birr, otilo, Matifcohuittta, Wan Virginia, tltorfl. noirut iiiiun, JlXliaOB, A Uooneetient, VertsoBl. Nw York, VI rt In la. NorthUarolIoa, South (Jarollaa, llllnnla Mlohljao, Wlitoniia, Minnesota, Iowa. Kansas, Alabama, Mississippi, JfOulstaaa, florid a. t m Nabraaka, novate, Texas M. The Butts which have rejected the amend ment are as follows i AOAISST TUB AUSSDMrtT Nw Jersey. Maryland. California. Delaware. Kentucky Ort(oa-4. Of thoee vottag for the amendment New York Is claimed to hero retracted berraUfi cation, while Indiana's ratification Is chal lenged, because the Democrats minority of hsr Legislature deserted their seats, leaving 1ms than a quorum of two-thlrda of all tha members elected. Bat It makes no difference, for even If New York and Indiana are both counted In the negallvs, the amendment la till ratified, with one Slate to spare. The amendment Is In these words i Art. XV., .),. The rlihl of eltlseos of tba Ualtod Ntatta in roU ah all a&l ba daalad or sbM4fl bribe Ualtad Hlales or by air otitr, g ,cgani oi rasa, coior, or planum condition of tar rlt (id. H'd. x Ooof rsss shall have pawt r to enforce thle article by appropriate Ui Illation. We untto with the New York Trlbunt In the hope that tbe proclamation which formally announces that this article Is henceforth a part of the Federal Constitu tion, and matt as such be respected aod obeyed, may bear dato February 23, 1870, being the 186th anniversary of George Washington's birth. KUcrptfon by Itecarder Wolf, Onr prominent men hare this season In augurated a series of entertainment which are having a beneficial effect In bringing about a closer social acquaintance with each other and the members of Congress, espe cially those who are members of the Dis trict committees, Ac, or who feel an In terest la onr city as the capital of the na tion. One of these entertainments was given on Saturday evening by Blmon Wolf, esq., Recorder of Deeds, at his rest de nee, No. OlfiH street, which wai a model lnlta way. Among those present were Secretary Bontwell, Beaaton Patterson, Ramsey, Fen ton, and Williams Representattrca Orthf Welker, Cullom, and Hamilton Mayor Bowes, Jadge Wylle, IL W. Taylor, First Comptroller of the Treasury; Dr. Brodbad, Second Comptroller of the Treasur), Hon. J. L. Tullock, collector of Internal revenue for the District) A.B. Mollett, Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department Clinton Lloyd, Chief Clerk of the Home ef Representatives! General N. P. Chlpman, Colonel A. A. Uosmer, Major Butler, Major Ben. Perley Poors, of the Boston Journal) Adolph Clusr, esq., II. Semksn, esq., A. B. Shepherd, esq., W 8. Huntington, esq., Uallett KUbouro, esq., 8. P Brown, esq., D. C. Fomey, esq.. A B. Solomons, esq., Franklin Phllp, esq., O. K. Harris, of the Repcsucasti E. G. Squires, lata Minister to Guatemala, and others. About half-past ta tha excellent surtcr prepared by Welcker, which, It ts sufficient to say, waa la hla "best style." The party broka up about midnight, looking hopefully forward lo affaire of a similar character yet lo coma. Two mora of theso entertainments are to como off one by R. T Merrick, esq., and another by Jonah D. Hoover, esq. Those already given nave neen oy Messrs. A. B. Solomons, n. Betaken, 8. P. Brown, A. R. Shepherd, Frankllo Phllp, W. 0. Mctxerott, and Colonel J. W. Forney. Tba Maarb-nr Arrival "-- B ctpll.. The British steamer Monarch arrived off Anr.aiv.lla about 11 o'clock on Saturday days' advantage could bs had by deferring morriiog, when the programme aa stated la signing the bill until Tuesday. tLa hipcbucab of Saturday was carried newas assured, lioweur, ioa. io mm.- oollolhe letter. Captain commereii, ner bcrs elect had been notified to assemble at commAQlicr. came np from hi ship (which Jacksoo, and every effort bad been made to u,,ft30Tii1ixmiiafromthellown.) Uewas THE NEWS BY CABLES rMAMUB If la). U rial ClanaaHCr fa reBU Tb nigh Crt of Jnetlaa tad fa Haat at Tanra-Tba Da- faawa fPlerra Dapr.rt K-xbe- fart Withdraws hie Mansa frao lb Marealllalaa-Addlllaaal Tin Ins Bd npsa tbe Paper Blalara Htaaead Jnelleea Baey-rroa Bieallve Taar f Kaa;ale. Paris, Feb. SO. It 1 reported that the ministers, In spite of the ad t Ice of tbe police to the contrary, wilt permit a procession to pass through tbe streets on Mardl Gras. An imperial decreo, published la the font not CfflHdt, convokes the high court of Jos tles to meet at Tours on theSlst of March. It provides that a drawing shall take place among the grand Jurors within the next tsa days lo decide which members are to form the court The grand Jury will bs compose 1 of mem bers of the Council General Tha Q&utti tlis 2VDwnavx, an official or gan, says that on the examination of Prince Plerrt Bonaparte It will be proved that ho waa provoked, and used his legitimate right of self-defence. As the accusation I so grave It la generally belleTtd that the Prince will be acquitted. La 2lir$tUUtti announce tbat owing to threatened prosecutions the name of Roche fort will not appear In that Journal hereaf ter. The namo of Dougervllle Is printed as chief editor of the MirttUliUt. But this ts understood to be a cover for Roche fort, who will continue to direct tbe paper. An additional fine of 3,000 francs has been Imposed upon XArtUU<t, Thirteen persona In addition lo those pre viously reported have been sentenced for partldpattonln the recent riots. Ten Judges were engaged all day yesterday In the ex amination of tbe remaining cases, but none of the accused were discharged. It 1 announced that the Empress Eugenic will visit Sweden and Norway In the spring. none. Carnival VaatlvltUo WawlnalMe cards Aielaaatrapal Infalllbllllr. nova, Tab. 90. The aarolral opened with the customary ceremonies. The num ber of strangers who take part In tbe festlrU ties 1 small, and the scenes la the et reels are not as lively as usual Placards agalasl Papal Infallibility wer fgund on tbe walls last week, and were torn down by the police a soon as discovered. SOUTH AHEBUCA. ratlnreaf nraellUa JUsm Uaperl- ed Paraarwajawe Captured Araaa.. Ilae Areay KefwrMfar Heme Starr laar Weaaevaad Murdered wem a Kovemetate ef lpea-lYew Tew llear Prom Xlltn, and now Yea Det. Niw York, February 30. Tho steamer Bahal brings advices from, Rio Janeiro to January 18, and a number of American Im migrants, whose passage was paid by the Braxllian Government. It waa reported that a Bnulllan loan had failed ta England. The Brazilians had captured eighty Para. " MiaiJlA.ll Ylft (. frtrtw m-. al turned horns. a nrAsiiif.il acouuoK party found a tnoa- sand women In a starving condition, of whom only four hundred hadstrengtb to come away. The party report the road covers! with lha bodies of women lanced or with their throats cut by scouts of Lopes. DeaerUrs say that Lopea u constructing canoes to cross tbe Paraguay river or to descend the Paranai tbat he la habitually drunk, and that he baa a fortification 3W Tarns ions;, atutwiw j .buuvw men, at Paaadera, on the Aragnay rlrer. A DCTIIUCT1TK DAHAUIftti DAM, Terrible Preebel en Ibe Ueaatbee An fee Panic aala an lee Pa ale-Tee Mab lee-II ataeaala la a Dans aad oee leaaaeaae Danaaa-eVea- ceaaee oa ibe lea-taeneee-Brldf ee, ", Kreryihlaa; Hwepl Away Tresneadeae Vm of Properly. Acocita, Ms., Feb. 10 The moet de structive frtsbet ever known on the Aeone bec river occurred this morning, when the tee gave way here aod passed to HallowtU, where It stopped aad formed an Immense Ice-dam, and the water rose rapidly here to tho helgbth of twenty-fire feet above low water mark. Tho Ice soon gave way above the dam, and the water came down with tremendous force, carry log away the bridge of the Portland and Kennebec railroad. At Vessalboro' the railroad bridges over Seven Mile brook and another small stream were crushed by the Ice. In this city tbe damage cannot be cU- THE HAVANA OUTRAGE! ! ADDITIONAL COREE3P0NDEHCK 1 DEL1BBR&TF. CQLD-BL0ODE9 XCKDEE The ItatimiBt ef the French Costal Qeatwal Ass lafereatloa; Duelled malemrnt Jost before adjournment on Saturday, tho Speaker laid before the House of Represent allve4, a communication from the Secretary of Bute, with another batch of correspond eoce po3 the roce&t aitasslaallonof Ureen- wald, aad tbe wounding of bis conpAL oos. There are quite a number of pape r. bt the eabeUnce of all of them has air adr Veen published. Tbey Include a letter from Consul General - - - i ui j ivvm-ja a mwr injin i-wsiw uinrni mated. The water rose so ratddlr that! Hall, covcrlnz a conv of ble Oral, tabu tai. Knim t..rvar pvoaueeai anaeeaeiar iu aaauaiiiAiion! n aauarn oi ur uaroacr Well, the fourth man of Ibe party, and who escaped uobnrt, the statement of Mr. Bar cIat, Ibe superintendent or tba laboratory of Vincent Fernandc A Co., la whose em ploy Well was) a traoslatloo of the pro e lamatlon of tbe political secretary, Osareo rcrvandexi tbe declaration of tbe Coosa? Oeoeral or Franco, a teller from Fernandas A Co. lo their New Tork bouse. giving tbtlr statement of tbe occarroct another leiur from Consul General Hall eocloelog addU ttooal pepersj Mr. Hall's second Ulecram to the Becretaryof State, (also published,) a statement showing l bat (Jreeawatd waa roncbly treated after being wounded aad while being carried to the Cetador of the Barf I a statement by Mrs. Graham Dunlap, the wife of the Drliltb Coosol General, who waa aa eye witness of Ibe affair, a letter from tbe political secrslary, anaouoeUig that tha Caalno Eanernal had 'ooaned a. subecrfptloo la favor of tbe widow and children ef tbe unfortunate German killed on Sunday, and tbat suspicion a Ui the assassin, who had bid himself, but waa being eougni ior acutb, ana woaia u eatght, and that the wounded men were doing very well, and telesrrapble correspond eoce between BecreUry Flab and tbe Coo. enl General or uermeoy as new i nut, and Mrs. iaaamao ana rwemp, oi new tot, au to the nationality of Greenwald. wtiis, in me amoATii, aner giring ua particulars of the aaaault, says i ' 1 bad not lbs remotest Idea of having committed any offence agalost aoy one, bat since Ibe affair I bare learned that the fact of my three compeolooe baring on blue neckties was ll probable cense of the assault.' Tbe following I a translation oi" tbe doc ument from tb roIIUcal Secretary i Irrssroa PLtrieat narsaaissr I .?., k the park eppealta to the f.orra Cire Uobbs, Maaar laA(Jreawsl4, limb Jeha. UVal.Va . .vaaavaa mm , wvaa aw aavaa, ..Hail ,.. aoa.Tbaaaaa K. koala r, aad UarJaer Weill, (foralKaors.) saal a wblte an, tall aa4 thla. WIta pun llrunu ihi,uuii r.nak aaal. aad llnlaaDB h4t 4. a hat aaada la ilplaapa Eeaaeer who, esltlac tba btae eravatwera bp Ibe leal ntetlaaed of the aboveaaaiea parsoa, ier 11 iron nu paraan. ' 4p hla hUaalf la Ursa whlah . r (the .1$ T tintCV WILX.IAHM, Aueiionearaaau ti . mivw.. B SA LB-AM BLBOABT CODHTBT BBSL DBIIUK. 8paelOBOroaa4a, 8 labia, IUoaaa. i!-i"'i?irjtfM,.f.vrk?:iff..o: afH.UiTldluL Iarfa.SS.j5arllaal.raa.plf Ha. IttT '1 lr..t aorlk. WMklaatoa. P.O. a.. 5AOBoataaa.taora.ref Hav.atk aad O .ta fllTrf BTBBBTB WB8T. .. .. fc Br TlriaaoraeacraapaiM-inr ioa aaprraia CaaaaHo ITI.PoaleThTaTB Jaha Kal-ar lrraatofU pra.Tjfaea. la waat part l Lot Ho. 1 ll sanar Mo. Sli. Iatlaf 41 rt a laahaa oa UV"l"i.Vlia exiaaJlBK back tha d.plh rf.ZAT, r k. .ut J faai i laahaa la ltopra4 tjr. .ik 1 twt.-i.orr aa4-l Tba adjoiaiai si Xna.a ,wapa. int l...aaaat( Ureal HnBU A laakaa la a vaeaat lot. llllioia aaparauir, f.tio-iat L? BALB -A VALOABtl FIIMI BU-T-.a "?" IaTT. V. . k.lf.lla. isa. jmr . " P f Mrt ona haadr4 WTaUlaiaf COB M.JJim boot uwrnwwn MtM, sltutad aaik ... a.irl.i half ailla Tk Isprovaaaata aoaalal la 111 a haaa. mUIbIbs rooma. with kltehaa.PBalrT ".",.. tAab4, u all tk Blbailolai taqatr-4 akal larnaof BaUiOie iblrd Mahl.baUaM al B'l aad twalea taoalaa, rtr wild isa aota o; .as a ,1,''"....Lj.. v....i.f..i.AAkak IValraa. ". ...rial latora.1 iror. tko daf ol alo. artll k. . T !T "I 11.. ..i.I... ns tha nMi.1.1 .Old. 1 daraill ' oa ...k .ami wilt b. r.oalr.d at Ik. tlei. of aala All ojauBclaf aad r...e. '" " "' ' '""ffSf: I, MATTIHatT. Trnti OftUK A WILLIAMS. f.lltl Aaaltoaaoia. BY UBBBlf wiLLianSi Aneirak southeast corner Sereath ana U street. iSSIOHBB'S BALB Op"yALJABLB BDILDlKd 1 WXBSniBTBAaOTBnTUBTaBir awr, AT tl!S7Aa .V. ,!. r r.Kr-ar,. A D. 1SH. ..a At.lnek o. ra.. Fahall aall oa tha prcmlaaa r7.---L.ra. t"i.j ..j .-.! acraaarawall aat lairaaa. Thla praMrtj arm raalladaeamaBM toaaroa 4alr)Be . ' f..,d.a... T.,i-.&-MjJAfi.(,(5j....-AUrBra al Law,, ,tf SB 6r)4s slrset. i-tbiwb. tf. WanU. secure a full attendance of the members of both branches. t waa a retail, in reolv. that the recon- To-itOBBOW atttjwoos the temperanca trnctlon Uw WOuld allow certain candtdatee lople of tho District will unite In com- nrtasarvailva Reoubltcan ticket to take the seats which would be filled by the peopli . lha xsifc of FshraarT. A P. 117.. at a o'clock p. n., I ehall aall os tha prcmlaaa I that MlblelljW lot. kaawa aaparl of Lot No. U.la aqa.raHo. aw.kaTla a fral ' 11 laaksa o ff onh M atraat. raaalac back with a spik or W set, oatataUg la alt 3.701 !" 1 (!. ..,. ' Tarnai Oaa-tnue aaaai vaiaae la aix iwalf moalka, with lataraat, ae4 aassrwl bra 4as4 of tratt oa tba pramlaas . All oivTaaslac aatl raraao atatapa' al porehaacra t yas aarin.tn ir !. a a trm af TilH. with V tha priTllai or parahBalag. a larg lal al UHODAf, Wa BfTBBta a-j '".","" itruaorthweat.BalUklfor a Wo4 aa t Tr4iorwol4 laaa a Wharf prspartr aIUl faS-iHUb 9-asl waair. wAaBiast, v. - hao4r4d.lUra will baryqolreddswaea tha 4a ui aaia ..) hi.hiii n.-. UI UUK1.N k WILLIAMS. fS aoAtla (Star a Chrpa, AnotleaBsrs, BY COOPER I.ATIIIP.n, Aarl're., (Sueeessors to Jas. O. UoUulr b Uo) Boathweit eoiaar of PaaaavlTaalA artaa bb Blavaath atrtat, TROSTM'IIBAtinpyALnABTB IMPBoyin PBOPKRTtOflTHBT.BkTWklB8TXfir vaVEnTil kvaBiTi, Tw tiii kiiu or tub IIKTKOPOL1TA1. HOTEL. 4 lly Tlrlus of a dead of trust, bearlnedsta Jfiil Jail ', 1V4. froia J aba W. MraM and Mary CTMoraalf, hi, wl , aad EUhard T Moraall. Wl Virtr aeraa'-ILAJID. Ihlrlr nlBBt' 4rtT front vraaMailoa WAXlttt, aad la U aslikbar- boo4ef the loMlais' Haaa. Preparty U Petat ef Bocka rAllros4 b4 aara atatlsa. rnprere. aiiUi Ha.OBlhBAe.lUbl,aAPwUlaaJ alllAlrat-rat rapalr. A4TSatagai A Arst'iaW Caaatry-aaal for a asallanaa whewiaAaal M aaArtowafav"10aaBall41acSUsAlhaprai laatla hlshBlUTUa, aad wllnlta4 fjfU MUkaai Trsda baalaeaa. Tanoa llharal. sal far sane bpfIj I J. M, CAVBBTOH, Raal Eatal Af aat, OMaa H. . fal I Int Hi n aear BtUtdlas, isTaaih alrsaL 13 BJPaTU PAT! PAIBlOAiniPRICHfOB !i. Uii".', OsBfaaa thlld raaa Baaaadhaid SlolklBB, UBalsr Llathlai. UOflBaBkoea, -t. laJUalh raal,b-lwaa aa4 B alria. Iklr 4or bat 14 lap allaadad to it V. U-a'a -Abt Xote kr Mall proaaFilr VirASTIU-MBW AND OAST OrPCLOTUlMa. YY aTdttoUaa4iUvsr,aseaT olhararllal oi TAlarl lh old.tallUhad Mertkaal Pawa brahar I lor of U. PULTON CO . UI Blalk atrai. bat. Mb atraat aad reaaarlTahlaBTaama. 4aV-U (,! an oi to o" nMBiitii v. v.. iv II It aw J Bioaa. Jr , of lb aama plaea, rcsordad a laiuar aut o. sw, unoa j-u, t , aaa ay Tin la or a dar of lha Court of BaaUr, haarlaf 4ata M XTth day of April. Ita, aptMlallaf th ash- HMi i(Biae, la tnapiauoi wiiuam j Bioaa a o, iBtiinionu-r wiiieaiiaipaDiaOBviaiiai I Ala b Praa.laa, Lol aanbaral S. Q a- aaa a ran vvw, aavswaad. ... V aariv.wllhls - rajaal laalalnaaU al all 'Vi.-alaaa-ttt'',0.. wlj. will ba livkaa. ". .L..arHlHI a .C. r -".iTT7.T" iork.'".rr i,o.iir .. "viv.v,s"' . a.ai.t Ola a a.- - - - - ...a . aiua. turaaa k.d "Vo"mS P. .,r"' "" .. a lATik... ...... ""opUciani- fiSS Boat din;. memoratlojr the one bnodred and thirty eighth .nnlTereart- of Walblottoo'l birth da by appropriate ezercUea at the Flnt Coogrtgallonal church, corner mimiuaw O etreeti. All the temperance organiza tion, irM con.en, at a o'clock. Benator WUaoo, preahlent of the Coojraiilonal Temperance Society, will prealde, and able epeakers are announced to addreai the meet Ing. Tni Mlioaio Cuoir. Tba Uaaonl, Choir Aiaoclatlon ha, been engaged for monthe In preparing to make their flnt ap pearanc In concert belor, onr people, and hare progruied to far aa to announce their entertainment for Wedneaday ei.nlng next, attboniir Masonic Temple. We feel aa. eared, from th. ability of tho gentlemen ha-lDg the direction or a&Aire, mat in, oc coAton ar UI be one of great lnlereit, and in lew of the fact that the proceed! are to be applied to the proper fnrnlahtngof tha new hall, the projict ahonld meet ucany i-ior from our cltlzene. A connuroitMTr of tho New York Cm nuritol jUmllur, telegraphing to that paper oa Saturday, lajn "Secretary Dont wall atated to aereral Senator, and mem- bera who called on him to-day that he hoped they would paie th. fnndlng UU at oncei that he had aunranu, that ho could fund acTeral hundred mllllena within- ihort timet that flte-twentlci wer, about par In rarla, and ten-fortle, were nlncty-flT.i tbat he regarded th. funding bill a, more In. portant to th. Qorernment than any other meaiure now pending. It i. rs niuiTOOD that th. Stat. Depart. meatwllll.ulto Congm, to-day a large batch of document, bearing upon Cuban affaire, laoludlng what It known ae the Slcklca corrcipondonce. U li itated that theie papere will throw m good deal of light upon the Cubio qneatlon, and folly Jnitlfy the coon, pureued by Vrealdent Grant. It la Republican nominee! If the bill referred to wai palled before the loglilalure cont.ned. Th, Incident, after aom, general comer, nation, eald h, would not llgn th, bill, than, untU Taeiday, which would glr. the Repub lican! the moat adfautage of time, accord ing to the reaolntlou adopted oa the adjourn ment of lh. FrorUlonal Leglilatura. Iu Coinnmi.M Eticiioai. The amended rule reported yeiterday by Mr. Oarfleld, from the Committee on Rulei, will ..tto fooiniaia tha bualneii before the Committee on Election! of the Home of R.p- reiintaUraa. Dome inch - uuur, aa ina. propoaed u abaolotely neceieary. The amended mlo waa prepared by Mr. D. W. Bartlett, th. .ffleleat clerk of th. Bectlooe ii.MMtiM. at tha anrreauon oi tu. epo-.-.. of th. Home, who le alio chairman of the On I Ca.a.a. N.w YoK. Feb. JO Within a few daja the O'Neill renlana hare accnmalatod a great number of arma al their hcadiuartere, Indicating, It li eald, an early morement on Canada. m r.r.lirai I.lallll..... The London Saturday flirtm noU, ap- i. it. .Ninunr. of uladitan land reform bill by lh. Irlih merabere of the aicomoanlfd br Oorernor Chamberlalo, of u.tna. and two member! of the Brlllah Le gation, who came around from Tortland I Commml. The writer thlnki tho lrlih peo ple will auo acc.p "."l-",r",,,k. .. It may be, ai lha Ant Initalment of the re- lorra. ........ .. T-iv..r.. The Bptcuur liana, oir u.u.... Alcock In negotiating the treaty with Ch na eacrincad the opium reianue to eecur. other trad. prtrUua.. In Mferrlng to the Inde pandeice of Canada, th, aama Journal thlnka Entland li aa relnctant to eurrender har empire aa tha United Btalee wai to inrrender tha Southern Confederacy. The I'M -UB Oertl pnbllahea a coploai extract of tb. recent eonielar report made loth. QOTernment by Edward M. Archi bald, Brltlah Conml at New Tork. That rtnlieman uyl lh. high tarl! on Arnerlcau r .t..t. nMvonta tha e.aort of Amerl- . r.-n... Tha Wul la dlaaalllllld cu U..UI. v.-..-. '--'- v .v. r-i with tha lanrr, ui owing u,.u. i ...... lobby of Eaiurn mnnnfacturcn. It li unable to work a reform, conieo,oenlly ehtpplog, agricultural, ana auoiaor nnre.- w. . conntry are aacrlllcad. A tardy gradoal re dnctlon of the tariff ll all that can be bopad The Irlah national pre.! continue to de nounce the new land bill. By an oraer oi toe unca t-oai. " "p with her. The party were met by Secretary Robcion and Commodore Wordeo, with the offlcerl of Iho Academy. After hearty greeting! had keen exchanged, Commodor. Worden cicorlad the commander of the Monarch to th, Oorernor'. manilon, In the nppor por tion of the town. Here Qot. Bowie, In a few remark., welcomed hie gueita, and a Joint committee of the LegUlnlure preientid Captain Commerell with an engroned copy Ar tha resolution! heretofore paned tender- lag the ho.pltalltl.1 of the Slate to the flat-ton. The reception concluded, the f iiitori war. ucorted back to the Natal Academy where a ihort time waa paaied In eoclal conrene. To-day lh, ihlp will b, opened to fUltorl. Th, United Siatee tngi Mercury, Trlena and Phlox are detailed to ply between the Acad m. wharf and lha Monarch. The Miliary haa been placed al tha dlapoaal ot tha Brltlih goodatalhabaieoiinUo. tha eaat eld. of Wat.r itreet could not b. rimofed. lacofD DiirAicn. Aoocita, Ala., February SO. Tha dam age by the freihet her, li Immenie. Many atom were nodermlned. In other, th, huem.nti were HUM with water, ao al to deitray the alocka which they contained. Alllollow.u nearly tha entire bnalneei portion of Water itreet I. orerllowed. In many etorei the water le alx feet deep on the tint floor. Many merchant! roared their good! away In boat., but a larg. por tion waa deatroyed. Abont two hondrad dwelling. In the lower part of the city were floated from their foundation! and ofar turned, and many famlll.a were rendered homeleaa. Sereral new Ice home, which hare lately been creclcJ, wer, carried away. All the Ice In tha rlrer for more than Sfly mllel abore li packed here In on, lolld maaa, forming an tmmenao lee-dam. The greater part of QarJner, around the depot, li orerllowed. Should the Ice glre way at Ltatlowell, It would awe.p all before It, and came faarfal dealt actio, to property. Tha damage already done to the Portland and Kennebec railroad 1. eiUmaled al 1155,000. Tilt, nan riEHD. Dealrocllr. Fir., la aahrlll'. Bal- tlna.r.. a.d Cl.elnai.ll f-.aa rl Ufalalla.hrtll.. Ninnu.i, Fibrnnry SO. Th. Kouuthl bona, and Iu content., In thle diy, waa de-1 etroyed thla rooming by a Are, which orig inated In tbe dining-room on the flnt floor, and wai not dlacorered nnltl all meane of I f greae, except throogh the eecood itory win dow,, were cut off, and th. Inmatca of the honaehad to ear. themielree by Jumping from the eecond floor. One little boy la be Uered t. hare perlahed la the flamee. A ilore adjoining waa aleo burned, bnt tbe good. were eared. Lou abont 130.000, folly coreral by In- lurance. The Are waa the work of ao la- candlary. trtkueale,aleeaeellM.r tae.a...ai. polttl..l BAtriMO.., February KV-Tto rUt.rr- 2ttSXlAVS$& frame manufactory of J. M. Butler tf Co., vpike okawnairor,wbaa(itacriptiB laSonth Baltimore, era. damaged by flr. )$& -, tXAH'. IZSZ'ii ycucroay to tne amonm oi ,ov,wu. iniwi (nmnanv. nf WaihlnrtOQ. D. C Ci.rjniATf. Febrnarr SO. At 3 .'cl1- tbla morning th. barn and dairy etatle. of P. Caranangb, fonr mllea north of tue dly, were totally deetroredby Are, together with ISO cow,, Jl molee, 3 hone, and 13 calree, bcaldeia large i;nantlly of hay, grain and other properly. The dairy waa oneortbeiargtftlu tbe country, UMiat tlmatrdatl30,000lniured, 110,000. BKUCaClHU AT TUB HMOS DOOB, Tb. Aati.n.ll.ia q. a. Ilea la n.out.o.. a. at. aaanilieaol T.t. Ik. rl T.a..a.la Waal. I b. Aaa. zed, Niw To, Feb. SO. The alaamar Tjbee, from Sa. Domingo, bring, newe that rreal- d.nl Baaa haa eoo.pl.ud airugamaau rof a popular rote oa tha -n.ulon of anDaiauoa to the United num. to. railing in iu faror la growing, and a larg, majority for 111. .xnected The rerolntlonary norentead had rlrtnally ended, and all wu qal.1. At Samana an American rau.1 waa an loadlng coal for lha naral ilalloo, and prep aration! wer. making for the erection of Qorernment bnlldlnga. Pnildent Baci had rec.lred a eommonl cation from Influential parllel In Vm.iuala aikln kli Influence with the American aorernment lo faror of the annexation of Vcnaiuela to lh. United Statu, .oa.tet ..I aaowl.f tha la.cn.., .ad whan lh.f .tMaauH- V. Boor. oil.. ..ii.w. oaoa dNwararolrer aa4 nree .1 tka al.ro.al. ror.lx.tra. la ao..tqaoao. el w.w. ir. 1000 Urooaw.U e.lr.- a few aaoaaat. afl.r-..... ta.io. .rtkl. l.a.atatil. aooatr.a... al laord.rie at. uataawt.laa.ttea ot the eaklllked la aU the a.w.p.por. I.t earat plTmentrtnal genu. otan'Llf aJ-t t.u bntea tb. aalety of Foeter le lha eoure.eoul laurf.renc. OI Marinia iorao -. Tha doclaralloa ot thle gentlemen le a. fallbful and Inureellog accoonlot the affair, l.flth.llolal .nd U glrn enUr., ae follow! 1 . -Oa K.lorJ.r. r.iro.ry lib, II Commltte. on RnVe.Tb. ommTlt- oa offlcen, the Phlox wiu b, ..d by th. ISonallJU Vernon.. ommltt..offlc. of lh. Naral Academy and he coniUU of nine memben, and aa conitltnled at tho beginning of the preaent uongren, it waa eompoaed of Mciin. ralne, of WUcon .In, Churchill, of New York, Heaton, of North CaroUna, Ccuna, of ronnlylranla, Batlcr, of Tenueiiee, Bterenion.of unto, Bnrdelt. of Mlaeonrl, Bnrr.of IlUnoli, and Itandali, of renniylranla, the two latter being Democrat!. (nbiequenuy, when tne oouinen. o-m wer, admitted, and when other memben came In. the Sneaker waa nnthorUed to en- largo the commltte, aa la hla Judgment mbrht be reaulred. and Mr. Brooka, of Ma,- lachuietta, and Mr. DIx, of Alabama, were added to tha Election! Committee, lh. former being a Republican and the latter a Democrat. Later during th, leuloa a rio- lnltonwni offered and adopted, nppoiniing Mr. Karr. tDomocraU of Indiana, a mim- bar of th, committee, pending the conildera. ..Voir ,t.pk a ". '' ""- ' ". i. J-'.'af. la o.d.r 10 a. t Ik. adsa. f Ik. -f t.t wk.r. lw.lo pr.ild..! Ik aa- 1 ttlai el Ui k-r.aoli U.ael.. a-xuv. ?ri?iU.!"xai.lt..arrla.ltk.t).a. wwMleEa,Uad,hl.lla.laklar.. .fifHraij.l.a.rtU.wta.a.t.lTk-l.lai flnalo.aaaiio j ,.,, ,, ,k.-i aear Ik. -"-"V,... na ta otraot o.llod (laullia, fa J-UM. b, ,1 .kot. Tral.aU h1'f;fu,rt .1 aoe.kaaa I. .tof. of treat aa. - .... t...-a th. er.a..aia aad, l.rala. af. ,.m. tb. aol. I eer ie 1.. 4lr.oII.awa. full p.d dl. Hiroii aa maaura. pii d Itlr waa. .,t v.hrnar. la. Pierre Naootaon Bona- icademy, and lh, I ..,,.1,1.1, lid.ad-IInt .for baring com- tn.n. m .-roool.ltnr. who hara rjrorlded I im..i . .nr.ni.rf homicide on the naraon ttJ!!Z.22ll&ffi&l Wordea. the superintendent of the Academy! Today It I expected that a number of officials from this city will visit the ship. aUSIYEttBAI. AUaESTTa The New York 3VlfrerW, commenUnc on lha fact that the fifteenth amendment It now ratified beyond question, makeaaloud .i tnr nnlTcrsal amnestT It says, and with great forca and truth, that our tri umph Is not jxrfect so long as one man iTirti rntiviiiai leconu. lur uaviuit v.wuir'.v the homicide of FonvUle. Thla order place the Prince under artlcla 3tM of the penal code punishment being death. In case ox extenuating circumstance the court can lessen in punisume. iwu u,-,i-".-. reported that the aeeslons of the IlUrh Court for tbe trial of tbe ease wiu be held atToors, ta tbe department of Xodre, at Lo4re. LouU napoleon naa naa aeverei no-auag; with the Fapal Maocto on the subject or pro testation agalast the sjllabus. T..iarra matrlat rates are encaced ererv ji.aaatmiinitha Tirliotiera arrested dartoiT .. . . . ?!.. t. I. ...euu-tawl thai Hi Weaiker Beperle LoirtsriiXB, Feb. .. Tlie weather I clear, bat the ooldwt ef the seeaoe CniCAOO, Teb. 30. ThU la the coldest dar of lb season. At St Paul yesterday the thsrwotasUrJ rsoced from five to fifteen degree below wro. A Urge number of caaea are reported of the frecxlog of teamsurs and others. At Omaha yesterday tb mercury waa seven degrees below aero. Nabbvolb, TOdtv., Feb. 30 The mer cury wae tcadegreel below rero this morn ing, eUteaua af 1.1 sal for toba. Naw Yobb. rebruary X The Becrctarj of the Navy I reported to bafa lostraeled ia BMiaJa ef tbe wsaaaa Alaaoal Ib kaavJ. aad an, iaaaal aflar 1 aaar t, I aa - t Whla-t bat woe a tb ebeullera. as li eoeaiaaj v BS. Thla teak pi loaathae oae aue4r4 (esse froaatb spat whr 1 wa, eel le ! la tbaa 1 reaalr le writ It The u lor It, ata au ba4. hawttr. aaar-i raai i.a haade el ble agxreesers aad mm ruwurse wards ssreAirUg. Saalaglkalk wa aer eaeagb, I asada bias e Slga, lla4 ( hlaa, aad laid hlaa lea el lata the sari-leae with tae. "1 taw eiai win ovii a iw aiep.rrees i. II waa e re aboal Iwoaty fflr I a are r ag. weatiaar eieia galaila, aa4 aflaga vary flotia oeaiplotlea. His fa aad air araiwwiiB . a-ariviini , raadr to fall. He 414 aet ullsr a eiagle VMi. z. 149 aBtN V paaaaei wa.tr tr vaer,a ,a Pltr, but at the U hi el ble asaaaalae be tan,.!' sal4, aad wsallalhedliaaileaeltbearataaA. Mreeaahmaebae slaea told at thai be saw US iaU l.'t'l'X" ar.o-a. rtaiai fll( trhUb separaue tko roaeaa4e frees the 1 Anerisaa ran war -- "" ! i tee aggraaaere appeared bafore aae wilb a (valet aa iarai8iai air -, m-r-n wr, k brawe aarloat.aad I senld aol dlatla;uisti Anerlsaa rallwar At lha saae aaoal the sggtaaaara appri "i- - -. a aad throalealag atr Oat ef thass were ... . .J V .AI4 a.l fllatla...lal. IUIICIIL" a" -- "-. .-. i faaiuia... Tka olbar. aatia a tall Baaa. wbe was aearer te aaa, wart a air aw bat with) . .A.i,u'ai ilka ihAM if Ik falaalafara. Ha ad le eewlae eaatlod kr what beh4 l doae. aad was eoollr flaaalae a laga stt,wkl-th I eaw gUaalag la ale baads. , la rtaaeiah.1 Whr tieaiuu IUU eseeHadrsl, lost i '...i.... kl.k f aakaat ala IIUIHhW.'.. a --- -.--JlaaitlaaraaB. BlAlMOa IBthe KBIItri WBa.a.a.. ..fn.ln.ala ! IhUaf IU "JiV.,. ... a.. .nk. tka atlUlta. lle la a vlllala aad a laasal' 'UV said I. ;.er "a... Al ..., aawaaa. hlhal ThIA BaUat be eaie roaaoa lot all Ult, wltal kaa b ;smI What has he deaeP UI haa ahoetad-llr UiNinl U waar ae Aairijia "" ..'... .... atk.ii rlji.fi ea-lial haa baa- io.ad to aim.' rllat, r.Jola.4 I. -II I. aol a.".... to hill ppl r tkjl-f.r ...k Ikl.l. U.y .1. takea to prlM si d.Urw.4 P UJuatlo. ' .h.ll remain dlafranchlacd and incapable of taklngofflcobecattieofonrUtecoarulilon.llbejtaie nol ,jlow ltl, uall ... a At .. ....aalisna (rill rarTiltillfi IlAS I '. .. I.. Bk.n.a Tnai.ll. IBBliaa taaaawi"a .,...-..--- --- ....... kid ...bloJ kla to ...!. or .eewal v. ........ -.-,- - IntaeaU. AU dlM.t.le with taa aaoaailaa AdmlralOordontoanlerlntonoarraegamentl,-fiai Tk, ,iiqj, .u biiuik, wlthSpanUhofflcer. for the repair! M V..rk.itN".V...mV,"-,-Vr,i;rJ, war reeiela Victoria, an. i-ea-ura, a i.. Brooklya aary yard, until the decUlon of Coogreae with ngard to Iho neutrality ,uee- tloa ll known. Mam.r aaa .l.l... . Ciicaoo, rob. 30. Lal Friday adghl John L. Phi pp., a farmer realdlng pier Ida coin, IU., while la a 111 of fnoiy, the eeuee ot which li unknown, ahot hie wife through the head with a rerolrer, leuletlng a mortal W. bar. fought .cMiaioni w. p-- rt pande. oa nnror. .., ------- w, , ,4, her innmph per. . , .Ttajuma -"-" 'h.TVu-..., ex- C,a ." and expired elmo.1 Immedlalriy. asdeheetlvantr I taUe a rap-trl lehla Ci eleaty. .hCAptlaOesral.oltbe fasle ef rtUkllUlMISHtBW.MH. ...... I, Va. Oereturaiag ie "" ."' "?!- taoconsctous. T1WO VSH80HII Op OOflD C1IAKACTBB 4MB Wahita va-111 ka farBlariad Rojtn aad Hoard at u par raoatriaaaa. i-ii ea ib uai i Tl .r V 1. . I ailBA II..I .1 .... a,..-. r.1 I P.aorlhwat.jiM JLt. I a 41 1 n I u . li . IIUPUH HMITII, It Lo.dooo oo.atf , V . koTti. roalod u.... n a. f o.ik olroot, holwooa D aod .I1..1-. k. rfatTSinoAVifr.uVouk'l UXTH. PAT OR ktOHf M. Bolk rooroo oa olljoorv koMu ..loorl.o.lu, wAarwltao.loord. sr. o.t..t liuur'i Rxcxrrio. The Hon of tho LouUleua caief , he hiring taken I reception of Secretary and Kn. Belknap at the teitlmony la Ihoie cam. nnum their raaldencc, No. . ataoiaon i, - th. .ommltteo eoniUt at the prcient time of ... .r ., .leaianteit of the many pleeieat fnrtbar autail' that nnbllcllT ta tlrau to I . 1.. .,h... At ohnm f.nr are Demo- .. At ttio i,uim. Some fifteen hundred crnti, 10 that under the reaolntlon only three iBTuuioni had been laiued, and the una or additional member, will hr, lo b. ap- .om. eiulpagei which thronged lh. ad- pointed, two of whom wUl be He-uoucunl joining itreeU eeemea vo toiut... .--. -and on. wilt b. . Democrat. Urge proportion of them had been Pd- Among thoee rreamt w.r. . . coniu.reci, ner ....- - :,;n,VCaa Ugoroailj wiriT ulely ex- Uraln. and expired almo.1 "let ui hare pence, and peace that caa 1 JJCJ',. v9maiM u the BoanUh fron- ,,, 'rtlr,. ,, ,uu aUre.b.l beitboieeurcdbyunlrinalamneity. ller Imiu,rtei from Bpaln and other coon-1 , . irlee are arming er.rr .,. , ... tlim.WMi ScariuT mSr'.m'cS n.l.",.pu77o; 33 hn, wUh flfuea minute, re.t la - A-JfiJ,. "E.. ZSXSSSSS are erganUed and baila of operation! " ,,,ry twenty-foar houn, at 11 o'clock to-1 ,. ...Uf.r. d..f tklt. aad a.a..ltk.tk. elded noon. Ser.ral Carllit cb el. recently"''' ..'... h jockl. .nd ao due""-" --,: ... I Ik. iau.toa. wfcllfcor ti poU. ..- Jl.1.4 ikutwItaoSt k.rl.l tMS d.r.J l . hr aad tkl lortl.( wktoh .- ... I. all P.rll..U7Wlu -f "--;...-. orol f tk Uoll.d Blot... aad la old. r to atr. kin a. I.l.lt.ad prop... Tsifuiikr u. naZoauZ..ea, " ' ir...k ca.uL" Oa lh. Uth la.U Secretary FUa ule triphed lo Ibe Cooenl General of the North Uerrnaa Union at New York, maklni In onlrlea al lo the nationality of Oreenwald, a .1. . .. ill. toaA-o-IVaVT 1I.B IQIiUBtDr. ana on ia b-- ...-- . itrt aad Pass nth TABLB BOABD cab BB 1 nil IIOUaA.aaiklaar.afRa,. aaarivABia afam. i BUrcotyplng and KlMtrotyping ,: rCtB AY WAT WE, trely rare aad Ciectratyper. TBVItSnTAJIlA AVBUCA. gram. '.ll raoroiiD aiu. codifying tb. Inter UI ciemelawi, with the luggeitlom and amendment! propoaed by the commiuioner, waa oa Saturday handed to tho chairman of the Committee m Way. and Mean,. Th. amendment, eeggeited by Commlialener DaUao are vadenlood to be of a general nature'. II la prafoaed la the bill to legalUo tb. collection of roreaue la the Indian ter ritory, and thereby ebrlat. lh. naeeully of aoy ipecui leglalauwa for that portion of the country Among; ether, amendment. It I. alio r.comm.nded that the prlrUegeof retailing fermented Unori at th. piee. of manaloctire ehould aleo ba atrlckea oat of The Loulilana cnea are already undergo ing .lamination by Meein. Steremon, Burdett, and Kerr, and they will probably continue It oi mb-commUtee. In all other caaea lh. mb-commltte. will conilit of two Bepublleaee and one Democrat, and theie mb-commliuee wUl nport at once te the Iloaae. By thla couree the commliue can be engaged In lh, examination of flr. eaiea ilmultaneouily. Ai wai itated In debate on Saturday, there eretwenty-foorcouteeUd election ca.ea yit pending, end In only Are of lh... bare ll. pap.n, 14,Miti?1-d' prleted. la the caa.. alone the printed matur already number! ureral Ihomand Vice PxMld.nt, oemUr. of lh. Supreme Court, Speaker or me "on.., "-- - ton and member.,, targ. number of th. Diplomatic Corpe ana outer. . .u. -.- end nary. AtMADt w. ar. beginning to eee the morel effect of Oeoeral Bank.' Mulrallly niolutlon. By direction of the Secretary of tho N.ry, no mora SpanUh renal. wlU b. repaired aalll Coegreu hal dielded the mo lralltynealloa undir that rciolotlon. Now, let Congreai act promptly and lecond Cen- 1 oral BarJu' effort. r.. wu. aA ontorail the north of Bnaln. The Dnk, of MonlpnaIar, In a leUer, de curil Spain hla Conakry by tradition, adop "?? !?:. ii..i,i, n..o,... ih.t F daareaaar, atpreaoatMlnlaler of i'.bllo In.trcllon,wonld.nceeed Print, llohenloh. Schlilliforil a. pre.ld.ut of th. MlnUlry. The i iualrUn Italchirath haa been the icane ot animated dlaceaalooa dorlog the neat few dar. oa th. policy of Cooot Voa KmarekT U. waa Eltarly attacked by many of ine meuiur. Therowlag match on the Theraee be tween Sadler and Ueath haa been olpoaod till Monday, the SSlh Inataat, oa aceoaol or th. eltrame eold woalbir. ,- A JOIST IPBCIAI. HBUTiaiU !( iailw-a.aa.-..---.- ... I ri U lraaa4Hia i ! "" ,"'""M'i'K,aAli:R-,'f rr.tm. night. II. waa rery much reducaJ, and ao weakcoed that ha had to be carried from the platform. The wager wae for ll,uw. u. .lb r ri. aoaler. Cbamatala. Burr.LO, Fab. 30. C.mmodor. Blephea Champlaln, Unlud 6late aary, lh. leal r. malnlng commanding otflecr In the bailla of Ule Erie, expired at hla reildiuce ta tbli city, thla moralog. lie waa the eotnmaeder of the Scorptoa la thet coofllct, aod the flnt end leit gene wer. fired from hli riuei. Froa. Caba. Iutai, Fib. ). The Sage. nd Paalla plaatatlooa la the Sagua dlatrlct hare bent deetrored br lha rabela. Ber.n.1 .klrml.kM I are reported to lur, occurred recently In ibe UnraVUlu dlatrlct, la which w.uiy-ei ,o.vi,on. .,(. tu,q The Conial Oeneial tent another u . " oa the tame day, uylng i Hlr.aewall,wkead.k.r".';;;i;l.. Ora.o..ld, (. a l-r-,.Vi-,?J,i ,V.a Uaaonl J.Marf a. IW, ,';, ." r I da .11 aada Ike lie. d.y IkU kj " , ,k ollkoUu.k.ol T i; '"Ur la, .awed kr Ike ..aa f.a" ;, ,k, jM ta.aw.ld irrinl V??.,.k.f. la h"a ...or, wllk..l avoalWilU ";;., kew laiaa Tk. lallar f " Kl "l.e UraoJ J ..or, If eilalaaa. a. II k p, , i4 Ik.t k. l.lo.ro. I "",J tk. North O.r. Uu.kr .kl.k Irja. ;;; , , .adorol,.d aaa Valea. od . IJ ,,,, lowk.lk.r .m.Ulo. la -,;:, i'. t. ..lair. Aw 0O..HII'1''- Jonaaaa. Boala. H xo'Hr.POBd.nc..ul la cloaaa with a .T" tfrrTBecnlary IT.h to Maeira. ttotiolaba .. i Q.rmae end lh.lr nplr I Ko.Wglng lh.1 he ... ' took a llwlau roiiport out .Hh him. Sy.'XJaOW. 0Ptran,dVimja(il. altlr lp.111. BUII!.a.M... (the bill a. origin ally UVroduced. The inh.