WASHINGTON OITf. D. 0.. TUESDAY MORNING, FEURUAItY 22. 1870.
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Vii.niiiLi poo ft", papers, awd pnrrj.
MIHT FOR SiU ATJ-DBLTO ABCTtOR.
Will b sold t Pr torf . oi WIUM BB
ftf(VPTi asrehJI, 1NVO. ellUo clock n. w ,
I0 alike wareheaae f JobaOfdea, No. 314
Baveeth irrMl weal, btwa Market Bpae sad U
UiImI iwttoi'i Annal of Cos grit from 1TD7,
shoal 8.0U) vlaa
Oalee a Kktna Ararteia fllat P apart.
Ajar- Bara of aolunoc of lb Penile Laid
Ltw of tb tialud lHaiaa.
Oala A RUri iicilater Or Dibit, consists
Upward or in Tolam of the lft1om,l lalelll
faaeer, eovpoaed I he complete
aatio r to lot of tb Anasle of Cobs reei. si'
Bevrai vnlantaiof Amtrltsa Stat Paper
A lot of Type
Trm. Cash GRBSV WILLIAMS,
f19 d tSUr4Chroa AnctLtarc
BY linFEN A TVIM,I.M1. ""
Auotloosera and Iteal Ltute Drokrn,
Ho Oao,B.BibMetorarof8vBibaBd D atraal.
Ornci Bo tap TairaTiasor Posito fca:fti.i,t
WAieisoro, r-brn.rr . 1870
! P;iHI or SB of lb CHt CnBBOll. ap
proved Jaaatrr M. irn, th aaderaltBvd b
board of lb rfelrd dUtrlet, r at ashh. aaetloB
obTHRSDaT, th Sat day or March. lM70,oalfc
pramlaae. tbalvalaabla pr.)pertT attested ob tbo
oaranr of i ml Thud lfaia, aaaiaasit, Lnl
na,brlOtad lt,1aiaerMo JM.with tb fcotld
laws lbrni keow a tbo " VLlt OAPlTtiL
HfM. MARKET ' Poaaawloa to b glvee J0I7
Tartu t'l OnahUh, Iba reside la ' (8) and
lea(U tnoatba, wlin let-re.! from th day of at la,
tb parchaaer lf las: hta nta, eatlefaetorllr 1
doraad All avarBaclaiaad Btampa at tba tx
peaa of tba parehaaar
4 dwell of (tajOMbraa handrail dollare will be
ro.elrd at tba limaof sal
wB MO" KB,
J w CI.AKK
-VT URREIV A niLMAHN,
J) Auctioneers and Hoal Estate Ilrokrrs,
JlttBoatbaaatBotBar er Seventh aed Dctreate.
IIOUSBIIOLD AMD KITriirtf IDHHITDBI AT
n.Tiinsanir l. uIil 1...1..1 v.t
w kb ! ( i aiiasi.wiiniii
1 tail at IfaBraaldaaaaora faatlamaa dacllaiBf
binaakwplac. atlUorock, a m . on In
altaau watt, Huna tlo.414, kaowa aa Ward s
Kor. afondaaoTtmaBtof Poraliaro, vlir
WalBot Droaatallo CoTCffd lilor Sail, alibi
H fraraa Fraaeli-plkta Mirror. H.rblo K rack at
Vr ad Cartalaa T,Matrr. lairala tad oibor
WalaM ExtaaaloB, Catd aal otbarTablaa, Aad
Hair eotartd Sofa Loania, Slalaf aad olhar
WbIbbI wardrobai aad Uarbla topChanbar Bt
Hal Trao, Patetad Outttit batt, Fraaeh aad olhar
Faatbar Bdi, Ilalr aid olbar If allrof, aad Bad
roklar. Coal, Air tltbt aad olhar fltovaa
W lihoiuodlotof KltchB lUqoltltaa
Tarmataah UBBKN WILtlAHI,
fall Id Annigor
DTt'uoi'i.K a LAriatr.n
X (Suoocnora to J antes O McOulrafcUo )
Uoutbwaateornrr Po&ntrlranU araoua aod
TBDITIBM ALB OFni0nLT V ALU TO. I
IMPROVED fKOPKRTT, OLO , JbTr
BTKBRr, OBK D00HWS3TUF TirtBKTU
rrh Uf Tlrtaaof a daadof trnt. data tba Hh
i"n darorOaoaiobar. IMS, aad dalr roaordad la
JmJL tibarTaad K, Ho . full H oia .oao t
tbaiaad ra-tordt for Waahlattia aooatr(ia Dla
triel or floinmbu, 1 faall aaii at pobll aariloa.
oaTUlSDAXttho lSibdarof Fabtaarr. 1870, al
o'aliM.k p, m la fro a l of tba pmnlaaa, paru of
Lota la and IT, la ftjoara lit, aeaordiac to tba aab
dlvlaloaof orlglaal luU aamborod I . II aad 13.
Iaatdaiaara. madonadnr daeraa la Qhancvrrof
thoCirauttUoart of lb Dlatrlet of Cwianbls.la
tbacaoaaof Bmllh ilarbatlt al , bajlaalai
ataputatoa H airoat arlh, balat tba ooatbaatt
aoraarof orlflaal lot Ko S, raaaTaa: lhaaaa da
BontUtt'aat, tbaoea daa at 11 faat, thaoaa daa
aoalb if II atraetllo faat. aad tnaBaadoowaat wlib
Una of U atrtat loplaaa of batlaalai, wllb tba
Rrlftiataof oilBf tba allay or rt(ht of war
tat wtJaln 1 lha raar, loiprofod by a tkraa-alorr
UR1CK DWKLLI.ld. wilb baek balldlaf. oob.
talnlB bIiimb rouma, caa aad watar Brlrk
alablaoa raar of lot Suaatad oa tba oortkald
of Hatroat, batwaaa FtflaaBth alraataad Vatmont
TainaofaBlot Obb third aaaht thara'Idoa atalf
and twslva laoatba, aaaarad by a daadof trat.
with aotoa batrtaf loiarait CoBTTrUa: aad
alampaato atof parcbaaar Adapoaltof MJ will
baraqalrtdat Umaof aala
11 P O WILHOt-Traatao,
ja-lldAda OjoPIH A: LATIMIK. Aaca
THJ ABOVB RUI !. POSTPOSID Ut.
Ul 'BBUtJAHY MM, aamo boar aad plaaa By
ordargfihaTraataa CDJrlft M LlTIMKB.
! intarj ac(iaaara
ill uiu.t ji v ntiiLiAna,
XJ Auotlooeera aod Raal Ktlate lJrokrra,
Mo. AAOgoathaaaUorBar of BavaBlh aad D aU.
TSDRTK'N 8tL OF BKirff DWKtLtRO
AND VACANT LOT A njOIN IM fl, (IN MBW
YOKK AVBNl'K. HKTWBB FOlTaTU AHD
FIFTiI BTKKBTB WAST
BBf rlriaaofaderpaaad by tba Soprama
Doartof tbo DlairtatorColaoibta.il ioUy,
CaaaaNo l701,PoaluBTbfaaaTa Job a hat r
ai 1 wihii t pbdiii B"'io riivtiiii
of Iba lot Thswaatttfaat 8 laabaa la ImproTad
w ta two-arorr aad baamaat Brtck Hobm
Tha adiotalag 1 f-t 8 lncbaa la a van at 1L
Tbao two paraal- will ba old aaparaialy
Terma of Balat Ob third aaihibalaao at as
aad twatva uoaiaa, fir which Iba aoMa of tbo
barobaaor, aacoradto Ihaaattafaailoaaf tbctraa
', DaariBfiniaraai roDaioaoay i aaio. will 0
tha tint of aala All jaaatB( aadraTiai
"""' " ""'ft-Jf , IUTTIS01T.
fall td AaeUoaaaia
T J. f. t'OIJIWCI.L ft CO., Aiet'i.
no. wis ra&Dayivania araoDcatwaaa
tboitu'i 8alb of" val01bl1 usim
By Tlrtaaof a 'aad of treat, daiad th 19th day
of loambr, I8b0, aad daly racordad la lir H
Quo. folio 173, Aa ,OBnrtbaUadraiidarorWaah
laitoa eoBotr I th Dltirle of (tolnmbla. 1 ahall
BaRat paoll" a loa, oa TOBRDAY. Iba lot day
of Mareh. lH7U,atw'alMk p &a,( ta froatof tb
promt at. ail that plaoaaf croaad kaowaaaLot
lio II, laaqoarlc froatlaa' M faatsBaoathl
traat. hiitug Tbirtaaath and VooilMaih atraala
oaai. aad raaalBC back tti faat t laabaa, to a V
looiaiiay ... 1
irmai eaan. oaiaaao aix aaa twaivo
moatba, wlib lalaraat, aad latarod by a dd of
All 0BVraaatB aad rao alampa al par
shaaar'a ooat. Fitly dollata will b raqalrtd dvwa
oath day of ila
J T COLD WILL A to ,
fall did Aai-ilaaoara.
T OIIAH.W. UUTELKB, Anel'r ,
(Saooeaior to J0. Me()utrfc Uo .1
of PcaaajrlTaaU araaa aad Taalh alraal
TBUBTRB'fl BALE OF VALDABLK I UPHOVE"
JhoVbTT B TUB WEST HUB OP
TWELFTH BTKIBT WEbT, BETWEEN M
AMD N hTBKETdMORTH
ilr virtu of a deed of truil, boartnt rrCJ
OBI ia ata v vbbfhii , ""
M. ata . aad
two baadrad and atahir oaa. 4931,1 aa tha aaua la
reaordad la 11 bar M K, folio 810, la tba ttirttynr'a
otSo of Waabiaf oa ally, Dlatrltloi Citonbta,
lh Iianin.m.nll AatallB of a tars Btat
Frama llonae, ald lot froBtlBt Zl Nl on Twalft
ilraai, ty a daptta of IM a-1 H laabaa, to a 80 foul
altar iui, 1 a mu.i uvoiiaviv invi'vrt j
1mh ihnnaanit Ait Un tuth an J Ih r.
Caladar la 8, IS aad 18 mnatha Una bo ad r ad dol
rdowi woaalnpropany laalmtkoB bump
..d " ,if ,vjpj;hHh"t. rn-iM.
jaJT oola titan w uutkbE.u,Anci
AaT-Tha ahoy al ! poatpoaad loWBDKES
DAl. Fabraary lOtli. at ma lima and lta
" 'jOAllDa WHlTKBT.Traau
C1IABLBW btilELElt. AaeL
foblO aoAda (atari
UarahMd. ataatnotln a and pe
CUAKLES W. BOTiCLEB. AueL
B" T WO. I. WALL L I o., Ancla ,
6wrB OOUaad VOdaatu ir PaaaiflTaila
aToaaaaad Mlatb atiaoU
ADMINIBTBATOR'B BALE? OF FURttlTDKS,
pATBHfUlUHTH.A , AC AUCTIO
PATBHTUIUIITH. A , AF AUCTIOB
Oa FKIDAT MORN U. JiSib of Fabraary,
UadillBf, Vliiii oii. tuwiri, aia.
Half iBtarral la Po-IOBlr I Lllal,
TwoDmbla barralUna. Ae,(
Two alfl.a, oaoFlaaDof. , .
Wllhaniaarouiotbar rl'et1n tba hiokap.
Ill 11M QEOBOt MATTIflULY, "
W L. WALL A CO,
IIYW j. WAi-LA ta.Aaollonean,
13 Nw MarbU Jlulldlnir,
Hoa BOO aad 604 PeaaaylfaBt avaiB.
EFFECTS OF 110D8E Ho 481 TBHTII J'TRBET.
BiTWBEl PENNSYLVANIA AVBSU AAD
O BTHBKT, AT AUCriO ..
Oa WBDHES1AY HOKMIHO, Tahraary 33.
aoramoBcluiat 10 o'clock, w will all tha aailra
hoaaabuld affacta coaialaad la hoaa Ho
Tanm auaat, aaar rtiiijirma aiasaa, aias
Fin Waloat Qah r 81U,
Outiaca hbr Malta,
Marhr toi Baraaaa,
brnaaala, Tkraa ply, l(rU sad SUIr Ctrpta,
Oil oloiha, Htalr.roda
Hal rack, Btoraa,
Hair aad Shock Valtrou,
Sla War, Cr-kry, . .
laaa.varo. Wladow Bhadaa, A., A.,
Wltb otbar artlalea Is Ih hoaaakapls(llia, all
of which wll h laid without raaarro
ot wait wWM( ALi I co.IAMUsaisra.
1870, aonnaaalaiat 1(1 u'alock, wa will aail by
ordarof lha boaorabto Orphaaa1 Coarl. Aa , all
thopoTaoaaloffaalaof thUi Sannal w SUrafe,
oaUlaod la heaa oath coiaarof tilth and E
atraala, laland, ooa titio (aparlof
Tablaa. Chalra Carpet, bid aboard, Itovaa,
flroekarr. Maltraaaaa, Mlfwa,
National Thiatbb. "FanchoQ" wai
preBented bj MUi Jfagjt Mitchell Ult
nlgbt to a fait hoate, which prorei thtt her
popaUrltr U faltj A jreit at when the flrtt
bonaded u "The Cricket" npoa the boards
of Waahlogton theatre, elgLt yeare ago.
She wii well lupported br Mr. Moisej,
otd Fadeti Mr. Varrey, aa Father Parbeant,
and MU Ittj 8aTlllet at Madelloe. and
Old Folks' Concert. The Old Folk
Concert, at Lincoln bait to-nlht, thould
not be forgottao. The beat vocal and lnitrn
mental talent la the DUtrlct bat been se
cured, and the chornt will onmbcr one hun
dred Toleet Tbltttjle of entertainment U
quite noTel to thtt cltjj and there thonld be
no doubt of lit complete success. AU who
desire to spend a most pleasant evening
should certAlolr attend.
Tn Pakefa Rosa Opera CoktrAHT. On
Monday next we are to bare Madame Farepa
Rosa and her grand opera troupe, and 00
that evening the great Washington favorite
will make her flrtt appearance la tblt city
la Kogllsh opera. The splendid artistic
AbllUrof tbo "Farepa" herself, and the
powerful combination of ber company.
comprising the very best voices that coutd
bo procured In Europe, hare lately been
added to ber troupe. Our readers mtyrest
aiiured that everything that lavish expend!
turo can do to make the entertainment gor
geous In scenery, rich In costume, aod tbrll
Uogly subllnfo la music may be expected
during the short term of their engagement.
The companyembracea most excellent mutt
cal material, and the managers know full
well bow to work np that material to tbo
very best advantage. The mnslc-loTlug ctil
tons of Washington, and "their name It
legion," have a rich treat la ttore for them,
commencing Monday evening next and con
tinuing for six nights. Due notice will be
given of the sale of scats and other par
ticulars. Post Orrica Affairs. Mist Mary M.
Sapplngton hat been appointed postmistress
at Sapplngton, Anne Arundel county, Md ,
vice Frank Rogers. Mrs. Delia E. Moore
bat been appointed post ml tress at Tyaskln,
Wicomico county, Md., vice Mlis Mary A
The following appointments were made
yesterday t Wm. D. Thompson, promoted to
head pott office clerk on Pennsylvania rail
way, between Chicago and Toleda, Ohio,
vice L II. Johoson, removed. Isaac A
Crane, railway post office clerk, transferred
to the cart between Chicago, 111., and Bt.
Lonli, Mo , vice J Barton, reilgoed. John
E. Moore, appointed railway post office
clerk oa the cars between Chicago, 111., aod
Davenport, Iowa, vice J. A. Crane, resigned
A. D. Moore, appointed route agent from
Omaha, Neb , to Ogden. Utah, vice D. W.
Curtis, failed to report. Sidney M Suther
land, appointed routs agent from San Fran
cisco, Cal., to Ogden, Utah, vice M. Mc-
Namee, filled to report.
For Bale or Kent.
R TtRST A.TnRER BTURTRRtrtr rtWKT..
LIRU. Ibaw oeeooiad.l Ho 1131 Klavaath
Blraat, batwaaa L aad U laqalra wa praotlao
TOR BEIT-TWO OR THREE DESIRABLE
V ROOM ta th COLONIZtTlUR BDIL01KU
to raat far 1Ai parpiaa. aod ob Urea room
.muni. r uia rnniiBB nonauaa. laqai
vviiiiiiuiii vwi. in tin raiiaii(
1MK RBBT A SMALL HEICK UO
.1 nala Aii inmn nil af Ih. 1 Kt.l,All
bi If 00, old nan bar, taat Capuolatiratt, bo-
iwnihihii iniia atraaiaaaia. iaio a
T.XlRSiLI. A TWO STOUT FRAME HOUSE.
A. A rouraa. oa Doloa atrtat. Itlaad, at 7k0
Tar mat BiuOeatb, balaaaa Bio a month
)1 fcf, ItonRBR,
fall It Haw Tork aiBasd fflatbatr!.
T70R BALE A HKTT TWO BTORT ODR
I1 ROOM URICC HOOIB. looalad amlyhalf a
qair front Bcaaatk atraal oar a Prlaa I,4M
Tarntt BM0 ib. ram at ad ar la anall noalhly
payaaaai. so aaaaaa.
t. H. ROHBEB,
falS St lfw Tork avtiao aad Klalhatroat.
a-r i'Miiitfiaiiiii, utvritwwi Ar ap
porta Ur. Mil la aUy Impravad Brick Hoaaa
Idas a ! fruit allaa.at tiFaaaal tha Mali.... nf
- v, vajtitaia- aa
at tha Brldf auaikat.
i. Ij PJ ivvvairu TTEivan,
A' Tk warakaaao, kaowi aa th flaw EBalaad
Bir aalUblafar flaar, rrocary. fa rait a ra baai
aaaasr aiaanraatflrlif r aay klad. Fib loai
tloaaad low raal J ' H rROIthfAlf,
voiaarwi am oaa u arta iinawiii,
10DKTRT HOMEt WITH I M SODRD OP CITI
Is botla-Wlll aall at (Iraaby, two aad oa half
rallaa from Bt Aloyalaa Cbarab, a a baa II U I
Eoad (or wlllb wbaa thLry Ooartfravala It.)
.OTS of half a acr or mora to aait. rra tUa a
( lafk aiilia pla, ahaat a qaarlar mil ai.t of
U.I1I9 IM uaVNIIII
nA n-iuaa na air nt TnMt himi
J1 THHKK.BTOItr VBAHK HOD't with alaaaa
roont, watar aad a N. 17 Twaaiy-Arat
fall If If. 01 Paaaayjfaala ataaaa
1 DBBtl, SpaaloaaUrooad, B labia, la Hoaaa.
Aa t farnlabainraararalahad Faaaa th Allaalia
Ueaal Look Braasb. aad adjalaa tb raaldaaa
or frail daa t uraai. 'r lariaar "'I appiy
M WM 11BLM1CK.
TOT I rat ailh,
fablMM Waabtaitoa, D C.
17HIK BALE -A VALUAUI 8 FARM COBTAIH
I I Nil haadradaad tftv aaroa. allaaiad aathi
WblBioa Aqaadait road, for aad a half rallaa
a Brt fclaaa farm Th altaatlai
haaiiuy, atBnaaiuf a Baaauiai flaw or I
PottioK and tba aarrOBBdlac coaatrr Tb Uad
UOaaty attnatad, sad la Is ablsh aUtf aalitra
lion, w th At chard aad frintif abaat fart
acraaarwU aat In trata Tbta prpriy -ra
sraaiiaiiaiaai4 a any oa luinii a oaairy
iu to any oa daalrlaa a oa
na rdat. Apply ? If
CiORDUBJ At Mitiatun
raais'ic. (ta)n J'o",l", rv7 ' raa-
AMaraaya at Law.
fa7-otf SB Bride tlraal. Uan.iw. D C
KEAI.EBTATEWANTKD IN WA1UIIIUTOH,
CHIC AOt. AHD ROEFOLK -Tha adf arUiar
Wathioitoa property, or will tat Harflk prop
crly lalikaBcbaBa p-.a-ittaprnn-rtr aato
rai.ly, aadaddraa PRUPRIP.TOR,
- t-k Boi 1A1, P O
WAHTED Tolaaaafor a Urn f yaara, with
th prltllasa of parchaalas a Urt lat f
OkODHD, batwaaa SavaaUt aad Baiaataaatb
atraala auribwaat. aallabla 'or a Wod aad Leal
Yardorwad laa a WLirr praparly aaltabl
furihaam parpoa. Addraaa, atatla! Iatta,
b iiaodiarma, ULBAJSUN ULB1H.
fad tit h U atrat Wharf Waahlafto, D fl
rAMBD-A PtlECHAIKR FOR FORTY OR
Fldysaraaof LAUD, thirty miaata drlya
frm Waal I a Hub, uarkat, sad la tba alfhbr
hood of tha Soldlara Haat. Proparty Ih Point
of Rocka railroad sad laara atalUa InprtT
naBls Uoa,OBt hoiaaiSUhl,BBd DwalltDf,
alltuArt rata rapalr Adyaauxaai A BratraU
Cooatry aaat for a faallcnaa wkawlahaal ba
aar tow aararal Use Baltdlag Bltoaoa tha place i
Undid htfbcttlll? atlas, sad wallaslUd fjrtba
11 Ilk and Tiadabaalaaaa.
Tarmalllwralt asJforiama spply I
J M. C.l'EkTOV,
KaalEiiaia A fa at, UOmH I.
fat 1 letall f aacar Balldkai, Bar aatn alraaL
I B. JD8TU PATH FAIR (0 ASH) PRIChS FOR
J Ladlaa'. Ual'aaad Lbtldraa'a Hacond band
l ttblai, Uuiar Clot hi a. Boola, Sboa, A , H.
I3 HlBth atraal, btw at a D aad K atraala. third
WA?TTD-HBW AHD CAST OFF CLOTHIHO.
i uHTtka.4l"rr r thr arttcl of
alaa, at th old-aatabllihad llaraham Paw.
brokar ktora af )L .Mi.Tim . ?.?i ji. il
,l-t!,ibiV lh ' fvrTa"laaeaa.
Iiahlta twill La fur at. had Uuoma aad ll.ia.J
Aft iiai fanalh nih. I orall ib oa tha llaa of V
airaat aara Uaqalr al 4U5 Yirat ureal, auraar of
V, Bortawaak m mi h
1) O A R I) I If U .
JJ ASJAj"IJ"9 r-i xx M M. a
if London ooaaty. Va , atTlo rfstad Hobm Ho.
B J Taalh atraal. batwaaa D aad E traa'a, hss
I, oaiwaaa u im m. airaaiB, aaa
arraaiemeflt fur KBBPIHfl A
OAB01N0 lyJtbi bS TUB DAT
aoad oompiato arraaaa
I7IR8T-CLABB TABLI BOABD CAN BE BAB
at tha AMERICAN HOUSE, eerier t fJUTaath
atraal irujrlTala avaiaa. IrSvJo.Pav
rTAMHHGTOM fACTI A IBFggSllOflH.
Internal Revrmob Riobipts yesterday
Tnn amount of revenue seliurea reported
yesterday was $6,200.
ComtissiONBR Dblaro It expected here
on Wednstday morning from New Tork,
wbera ne nai been ror me past week adjust
ing difficulties that have sprung op la the
Thlrtyiecond New Tork district.
Tns Secretary of the Treasury has ordered
the Department to bo closed on the 23d loit.,
after 13 o'clock noon. The Secretaries of
the Navy and War Departments have or
dered tbclr Departments closed during the
Hon. &. S. Cox'b Lbotdrb . By reference
to another column It will be teen that we
are to be favored with a rich treat In the
lecture of th Hon. 8.8. Co i oa "Progress
la Sputa." Mr, Cox as a speaker Is very
popular, and the Interest bow centering la
8ptln cannot bnt make this a very desirable
Ir consbqcencb of repairs now In pro
gress In our press room, we have been com
pelled to print thts Issue of the Rbfoblican
elsewhere, and the fact that we were com
pelled to go to press earlier than vsual In
order to get off our large edition In time,
will account for any lack of news, and the
unusual brovlty of Important locil reports.
Tub ahriveriart of the birth or Waih
Ington will be celebrated by the temperance
men of Ibis city by a grand temperance mass
meeting at the Congregational church, com
mencing at 3 oVIock ital afternoon. Sena
tor Wilson will preside, and be will be as
sisted by a number of prominent temperance
men and distinguished gentlemen at vice
CapY. II. W. Fattersov, Fourth United
States Infantry, at his own request hat been
relieved and ordered home on waiting orders.
Captain Charles ?. Von Herrmann, una
signed, has been transferred to the Fourth
United States Infantry! First Lieutenant
GreenieafCllley.frora the Flrtt United Slatet
cavalry and ordered to tbtTwelflh Infantry)
and First Lieutenaot Edward Hunter, from
the Twelfth Infantry to the First Unit id
Dispatcobs to the Secretary of tho Navy
from Commandant Qoldaborougb, at Mare
Island. California, are at follows r The Uni
ted Btates steamera8aranac, Commander P.
C. Johnson, bearing tbe flag of Rear Admi
ral Turner, sailed on the lllh Instant also,
United Stales steamer Sagaoaw, Lieutenant
Commander M. Slcard i also, United States
steamer St. Mary's, Commander T. C. Har
ris, placed In commission.
Dispatches were alio received from Rear
Admiral Lanmao, commanding Sooth At
lantic fleet, that he arrived at Rio Janeiro
on tbe 15th of January.
BnzuRi Under thb Confiscation Acts.
In tbe cote of Pol ham against Rote and
others, tbo United States Supreme Court
yesterday held that tbe confiscation acta re
quired actual telxure of tbe property or
credit to bo confiscated, and that tbe leisure
of tbo Indebtodneat on a note, without the
actual taking Into possession of the note It
telf, was Insufficient, and" that upon sale la
pursuance of such a seliuro officially re
turned the United Slatet marshal asking
such return and sale and his sureties were
responsible to the holder of tbe note for Any
lost sustained In consequence.
The followino naval orders were Jssued
yesterday i Detached Lieutenant Comman
der A. T. Snells, from torpedo duty and
ordered to duty on tbe O til pee Lieutenant
Commander Wm. M. Maclay, from the ob
ttrvatory aod ordered to the St. Mary't.
Detached Lteatinant Commander Edward
llooptr, to duty as receiver and Impector of
torsi In the department of yards and docks
at tbe New Tork yard r Ensigns Charles A.
Adams, Andrew C. McMecban, aod 0.
Blocklloged, to duty In the Faclfle fleet t
Acting Carpenter IX. R. FblUbrlck, and
ordered to the St. Mary't.
Police Rboclations by Cohsrbss With
in tub States. In tbe case of the United
SUIes against Dewltt, the Supreme Conrt
of the United Slates yesterday decided that
It Is not competent for Congress to establish
police regulation! within the Statu. Dowltt
waa Indicted In Michigan for a violation of
tha twenty-flrit section or tbe act of March,
1607, providing agalnit tbe tale of petroleum
oil for Illuminating purposes Inflammable at
lest temperature than 110 dsgreet Fahren
heit and the court now held tbe law uncon
stitutional, bcauie assuming to maintain
tbe aafety of consumers again it tbe danger
cr using too Inflammable oils, which Is con
sidered to bo the province of the State.
Thb CniiTii Divoecb Cass Tub In
diana Dbcebi Buitaired. In the case of
Cbeever against Wilson and Worcester,
brought to enforce a decree of divorce made
between Cheever and bit wife by the court!
or Indiana, the United Stalls Supreme Court
yesterday held tbe decree of divorce to be
valid. Cbeever having appeared la the ease
Ittabsld that the court obtained jurisdic
tion of tbe parties, and no qosstioa being
made there at to tbe jurlsdlctloo, the par
ties are now bound to the decree. The de
cree Is valid aod unquestioned In Indiana,
and therefor under the Constitution of th
United Slates It must prevail throughout the
couotry. It is alio held that a wife may ac
quire a residence Independent of ber bus
band whenever her rights require protection
by litigation. Tb power of the Indiana
court to make a decree In respect or property
la this District It not decided, as It appeared
Mrs. Worcester, subsequent to the divorce,
agreed with Cheever to do substantially tbe
requirements or tbe decree. That agree me at
was found sufficient for th porpoise of the
In the Six ate yesterday Mr. Patterson,
from the Commlttse on Retrenchment, re
ported with amendments bill to abolish tbe
frstdmen't bureau, and provides for tbe bu
rets of education.
The bill provides that th prssent dutlss
of tbe freed men's bureau relating to th
collection and payment of bounties, Ac,
shall be discharged by officers of the War
Department to be selected by tbe President,
The War Department Is also to take charge
of all property now nadir control of sold
bureau, except such property and funds as
bave been appropriated for purposes o( edu
cation, which shall be transferred to the
bureau of education, together with tb cler
ical fore now employed tberelo,
The bureau of education li authorised to
co-operate with anr and all other eduea.
tlonal rgaalaatlut throughout th Unltid
Slatet for th eiUbtlsbment and malnta
nanco of hchools for educatlog all elasiei,
and may take pouetslon of all funds and
property hi re to for conveyed by th freed
men's bureau for such parposei. which may
b attempted to bo diverted front th orlg-
Iha purpose ana Uttnuou,
THE BALE OF CADETS II I PA.
Th Committee on Military Aflalrt some
what startled tbe ITouse yesterday after
soon, by submitting Iti fit at report In rela
tion to tb tat of cadetihlpe, and lb blow
ion cm npon Mr. u, F. Wblltemore. a mem
ber from South Carolina. The evidence wts
plain, positive, and pointed, that Mr. Logan
and other mem ben or tbe Military Com
mulct coum not ico tbe necessity of delay.
and wanted action at once, la order that tbe
House mlglit speedily purge lutf of tb
presence- of one who had brought a itlgma
npon tbo wbolo body of the Representatives.
Tbo Military Committee certainly deserves
all pralie for lb promptness with which It
bos acted In thts matter and the rapidity
with which It reported Its Judgment totbs
Mr. WhiUemore Is a Republican, and had
there been a reasonable excuie for bis con
duct he would have been saved the humilia
tion and dl'grace ol aa xpuIiton, for tbe
committee It compowd of inch Republicans
as Logan, Cobb, Negley. Packard, Stongb-
lon, wuc&cr and Asper. Mr. Iloge, of
South Carolina, also a Republican, Is a
member of tbe committee, and he Joined tbe
majority la recommending the expulsion of
bis colleague. It will be seen, therefore,
that the committee rose entirely above party
aod looked outy to Justice. That th reso
lutlon of expuls'on will bs unanimously
adopted there doei not seem to be a doubt,
as the delay luggeited by Mr. Poland, Mr,
Butler and othera waa only ror the purpose
or not teeming to bo In too great baste.
Tbe report excited tbe most profound at
tentlon on the floor of lb House, which
had an unusually large attendance, and In
the galleries, which were unuiually crowded.
It was so quiet that every word of the testL
mony could bo heard aa it fell from the lips
of the Clerk. Mr. WhiUemore, the accused,
occupied, hit accustomed teat. When Mr.
Logan flrtt arosa to make hli report, tha
face of the accused flatbed a lltll, but that
soon passed off, and during tb reading be
looked on apparently as unconcerned as
though he were a spectator.
Tbo result of Mr. Whlttemore'i rate ha
eaused tome nneatlneit among other mem
ber who are said alio to be Implicated
against whom the testimony points wltb
equal directness, and whose turo will come
very shortly. All the members Implicated
are from tb South.
Mr. Whlttemoro Is a native of Maiden,
Maiiachuietlt, and wat In early life engaged
In mercantile pursuit!. In 1859 be entered
tbe rotnltlry of the Methodlil EpWcopal
Church, and entered the army at the begin
Ding of tbe war as chaplain or tbe Fifty
third Masiacbueetti volunteers, and wat
inbtequently commissioned aa chaplain ol
th Thirtieth Mastacbutittt veteran volun
teers. When that regiment wat mustered
ontjn ISM ho remained In South Carolina,
and entered the political field. He held lorn
State offices, and wat a rn ember or tho For
tieth Congrets, and wat re-elected to tte
Forty.flnt Congress. Having been at time
a merchant, minister, soldier, editor, politi
cian, teacher or freed men, Ac, be will not
flad much difficulty la adapting hlmielf to
tome other occupation after bli expnlilon
from his teat In the Home of Reprcisnta
In view of the testimony agalnit him there
It tome cariosity to know exactly what sort
fa defence he will make on Wednesday.
Acard from Mr.E.P.Brooki In relation to
thle matter will be fonnd elsewhere In to
day's paper. W publish It at a part of the
hlitory of the affair, and the public and
Congrets must Judge or Its value.
In this connection also we refer to the roll
Congressional report or tbe proceedings lv
Tbe Celebration of Waatitacton
Tbe preparations for the celebration of th
MJat tbe Maioolo Tempi, hy beta made
on an extitilT eoate, and the oesasloa protn
lie to be one of thegrandeit enr held upon
Iba aatsl day of Waahlof ton la this slty
Th sotanltts her provided aa additional
ball room la the upper story, la order to arold
crowd) on There hi aim be a provided a
fentlemen'i retiring and card room on than rat
floor, wherein those -who ars notderolad to
' Tarpakboroan" tfforte eaa spend a plasiaat
hour and enjay thimsel? ea In their own way,
Tb Invllatloos ar mot trmftrhlt utuUr tng
rfrfumttantii, aad ptrtlti holding then will
bear tbl In mloJ, sa U will avoid trouble at
Usrrlsfci will faea ait la dellrsrfnf aad
Th commute of arrangements eoailats of
Msasrt Akxander It. Shepherd, William 8
Huntington, A. B. &olmoos, I. J. Darts, 111
lltlKHbourD.Wra.il. Phllp, R. H. Mohuo,
V. Olrpbane, II, fleakeo, J, W, Bottler, Z I)
Oilman, Oiorge A. Mellhear, Jants L. Har
bour, George W. Cochran, r. I. Hunt.
Tha committee of reception Is as follows i
Generals bhorman and Ml abler, Admiral
Porter and Dshlgria, Msaara W. W. (lorco
ran, 11. D.Oookt, J. W Rlggi.n T.Merrick,
J W.Thompaon, J. D. Hoover, W. B Todd,
A. R. Petit, L. Johaiea.O Wdad1l,F.Pbllp,
A R.MultetttW O, Miriarott, T. Wall, J
E. ltb,U P Brown, J. O, Eraai, R Wal
iBebtl) K Oarttar, A. Wylla.O P Flatter, J
B. Blske.J. W Forney, Msribal Browa, J.
M LtUe, M O Emrrj, T J. Perry. N
Fant.W n Webb, Jamei V Davli , John V
Eanli, Fltihugb Oo le, Frederick B. McGuIrt,
W S, Mitchell, A Hart
Th committee of arrangements and reeejw
tloo ara requcated lo race I at 13 m to-morrow
to perfect details aod receive badges
Ills Arrival In Iialtlmoro Map.
lallly nf Hfew Tork City Eat tided
Baltimore, February 31 Hon. Wm. It,
Seward and party arrived la this city tblt
afternoon, per ttearaer Cuba from Havana,
and are at Barnum't hotel, where they re
main a few daya.
Tbe ex Secretary It In excellent health and
New Tobe, Feb. 91, The common coun
cil bave tendered the hospitalities of the cllr
to Mr. Seward on his return to tb United
Speelsl Ulipatch to ths Republican
Austin, TsxASFtbruary 91. In caucus
to-day Morgan C. Hamilton was nominated
for the one and six year term, and Lieuten
ant Governor Flanagan for th five year
term. This 1 equivalent lo an election.
John W. Qlbnn.
Convention of Coletrod Hen In Ten-
tj.a.vm rs oi a .An.nA r
ij rr,.n l.n..niin- ....... ..t
colored men, repretenllng every part of Ten
nettee, met In this city to-day. Nothing
beyond organisation was done.
Th. object of lb. .onitloa I. lb. lr...
t1(.tloa lolotb. eondlilon of Ibo colored
jnopl., ol tho tloplloa of incuarc. for ,11.11. neired.l. aiwo a. cIUmm. Th.
their Improvement. It I. Tery rejpecutl. l.,l,r.iar. of K.w lleilca uD.olmoa,!
.HmbltKe 1 fvor r.Uraitl. tbrou(h tbe T.rrllor, aod
Tk. .nn.lllnllA..! .A....ri. ..! .A. ' t-H.., Ih. IIltDlloU of lb. I'.ClllO WO.I4
Th.eon.lUotlon.1 com.ncloa concluded unJ , .n, u, m,0 n,0 lodl.a qnelloa lo
IU Ubon to-dtj, ndwl!l aJJoorn to inor ib.l r.itlon, and .ip.el.Ujr If tb. Ocncra
roir. ! meot wUl fe.4 lb. UdUn. whll. II I, Ulof
Tfll Wheeling IntUlgtnnr hti th.t 00 ' "
pnoa la WmI Vlril.U, .0 f.r i II know,, A noil, without eblldreo I. Ii. I..
UTor. . nnoloa of that luu wllb Vlrjclol., Urn aod no eaDdl a g.rdea a.d 00 Oowerti
aad tbat crtal.lr no Mrt. I. wllllor 10 a Tin. and no crape., a brook aad no waur
aroir aaj eacb irUb or porpoM.
SPAIN AND CUBA
M.n.s.tr Sickles' Correspondence
The President yesterday transmitted to the
Hoot of Representatlvct a large mtitof
document, la reply to a resolution of that
body, on lb tubject of Cuban aflalrt. It
give the letlcn and telegrams which passed
between Minister Sickles and Secretary Flih
In relation to aa armlatlca and tbe purchase
of Cuba, tbe particulars of which bave here
tofore been published In documents tent to
Minister BUklee on tbe loth or October
l rani roll to Secretary Flih a copy of hit
official not withdrawing tb otfor of tb
good officei orv.be United Btatei, and alio a
copy of Sllvelta't reply to It. SllrelM, ll
appear, retarded tha withdrawal nf tha
uiTcfof good officee as tbe withdrawal of
tbenote Itself. SIckleirefoied to receive such
a note, and tli reply waa ao modified as to
auto tba offer or good ofllcct wai with
drawn. O Bribe 17th of November General Slcklee
dined with the Pneldent of th Corue. 11
met there tbe Secretaries of Statu and of tbe
Coloblei, Mr. Selue'a, and others. (Mr. Mas
toe, Mr. Bercorra, and, Mr. Rlvat each laid
their remark! to oicEica wer to m consid
ered official ai well ai personal. He. there
fore, report them. It waa itd that Spain
deetred laltmate relation! wltb tbo United
States, aud woold eitend free Institutions to
Cuba tbat tb Cubans were prepared fur
frt Instltutloo that tbe Government bad
been aked to order Immediate election for
tb Conn In Cuba, but bad refuted became
tbe native population could not participate (
tbat the Cuban question could not be coo
aldared la th Cortet while Cub waa la re
bellion, but that tbe Government were pre
pared to recommend tbe largnat liberty.
General Sickles urged th Immediate pro
mulgation uf their plan at tbo best way to
terminate difficulties. la reply they laid
tba war would loon bo ended. To pro
priety of an armlitlce wai dlicuited. It
was regaraea luiprarticauie. iney Hated
tbaltni , Cnbaa question would I be .settled I
when the war was ended on the basis of
aeir-ROvernmont and commercial reciprocity,
ana mat eiATcry wm ocgraauauy aoousnea. I uo uo"cu omk.
Tbo native Cubans were a majority of tb A merle i owes a great debt to Lafayette,
inhabitants, and their wUhea ougbt to be wno C0(Itrib0ted as much lo tb incceiiof
respocted In tbo determination which thai.. , , . , . . .,.
(JoT7nmot !hould make. They deilred lM ""lailoo. and without whom there
that the Prealdenl tbould know tbat Spain i would have been n Union,
la nt looger governed by reactionary and) Tb article conclude with a declaration
antiquated Idaaa of tb-Bourbona. thai American will beet ibow tbelr grall-
Slcklet traotmlUtoBocreUy Flab, Decern- , j., , M-K--,i..i-- . k.i.
k.. rn r..rth., .i.tamant. . m th. .-m. nt tadetoFrance to-morrow by placing at their
Cub, and alludce lo tbe untidy manifested '
In Spain at tbe couras ot in united Blalei. i Washington and Napoleon III.
A winter campaign I regarded at a fallnrj. In lL, Corpt utftiMt to-day M. Julea
Ueapondeny la apparent in all except offl ' . .. , , ,, ... .
clol elrclei Tb. Brltlih MluUter waa In- " nov-4 lito lnUrpllOB of th mtn
atructed to tecond Sickles' effort! to secure , latrj on tbelr domeitlc policy, aod supported
tbe abolition of sUvery. Ho replied that his molton with a vigorous speech. He al-
WlHlL'Ji."!iWn00mcU.!vaWM'0 lodedlotho action of tb Oovernmenl la
understood by tbo Cabinet, 'lb changes' . , . , . , .
In Porto Idea I were to loclud tbe abolition I lh rnl PPd1" troublei, and severely de
uf slavery. TbU may decrease la Cuba tbe nounced the arrest of Roche fort and the at
resistance to lodependonco. tempt to mislead the public mind by pretend-
?e.cret7 J?,bt.DMe.T1Jtr3 Pr",M to log tbe existence of a con.plracy.
M nlster filcklal his ialUtU!ou at lb news ?. A.tn.t.A.A ttmM..tAtXwt - it.. ,..
of reform In Ihe Spaolah colonial policy. " && thedliaololloa or the Cham.
Minister Sickles to Secretary V lib, Jan- b. Tbe majority here was not of the
narytt,aeca no objection to tbe publication natloa'e but tbe prefects' making. If tbo
of alt bis correspondence. He prefers ll niolstry Intended to bj truly liberal, be
uuum ... -.---- - -- " v
Becrelarv Flih addrciied Minister Sickles. !
January 26, that tbo public luterust felt Iu
tbe United States In Caban affair baa de
rested since tbe flagrant violation of law
by the agents of the Insurgent bod become
kfinwn, and had alienated tho public sjm
pathy. ud the Junta upended tbclr money and
energy In sending to lb Insurgent arms
and munitions or war, as they might have
done, consisted wltb our own statutes, and
with the law or nation, lnilead or devoting
them to a deliberate violation or tb lawi or
th United Stalea, and had tbey In lien or
tb illegal em ploy mint of persona wlthla
the domain or the United State to go in
armed bandi to Cab, proceeded ibTtber
tbemielvei to take personal part In the
otrugg'e for Independence, It li ixwslble tbe
result would bave boon different In Cuba,
nd It Is certain that there wonld bave bean
a more ardent feeling In lb United StaU
In favor of thslr cause, and mors respect for
tbelr owa sincerity and personal courage.
It becomes more apparent every day tbat
the contest cannot term I nam without tb
aholltloo of stavsry. TbU Oovernmenl con
sider! tba Govern men t at Madrid aa com
mitted to tbla retail. Ton bave aeveral
tlmei received poiltivo aiiurencei to tb ef
fect from more than one member of lb Cab
inet. You will therefore frankly itata tbat
tbli Govsrnmsnt, relying upon tb assurances
so often given, will expect itepa to be taken
forth emancipation of the ilavcs In tba
Spanlih colonies, aa welt aa for the early
initiation of Ih proinlied reform!. Tbe
Secretary further Instruct! Mlnlater Bleklet
to report at Madrid tbat tbli Government
baa maintained lit freedom of action agalnit
great preaaure, and that lit action will be
roverned by facte a tbey occur. Tbe Pres
ident retervee complete liborty of action In
can Spain falls to restore peace.
Among tbe documents Is a letter of Con
sul General Hall to Assistant Secretary or
Stale Davis, February 0, In which be at
feidei to the trouble! In Cuba, nylnr lb
Inability lo protect tb live of peaceful In
habitant, or lo punish atrocities that are
being dally committed, fa found In the ab
sence of 0 ulied itatea vsiicle of war In
Cuban ports. Tbey may be needed fur the
purpose of offering r if age to tltlxeniof the
United Stalei In tbe event of popslar out
Tni aleamer Virginia, Etna and Cambria,
from New York, bave arrived out.
It is now aaid that lbs uniform depth of
tue water in ineaueacaoai u only iv feet,
lnilead of 20, ai be for reported.
Tb Jjoodnn Tilgraph of yesterday li as
inredlhat Lord Derby will accept tbe Con
ervatlve lead ribtp la th Houso of Lords.
BARtxe li rot a brs have Introduced on lb
market a Masaacbuiettt loan for tb Fish'
kill, New Yurk, railroad.
TiiBRBwas a grand fete al th Tnllltrle
Saturday evening q honor of lb Arcbduk
Tnn weather wat very cold yesterday at
Bt. Lonls, and navigation North is sus
pended, and la much Impeded South on ae-
couut ol uoauog ice.
Tub conscripts In camp at Lyons, France,
became disorderly oa Sunday last, and tang
me Narsvuiaiio ana maaeoitoraeriy aemon
it rat loo. Sever.1 arretti wer made.
The London Tltma of veaterdav indicates
a feeling of Increasing security on tbe part
oi tue.nau tenant since tue coruniuaionir
(or examining tbeiyttem visited the couotry.
Tnn annual report of the French Cable
Company faat J ait been lamed. It com
menti upon the retrospective character of
iq American policy in relation to mat com
pany. Thb Merrimao and Concord ar vtry
high. Several roads near Lowell war
flooded on Sunday. Bom of tha in 111! at
Lowell were stopped yesterday on account
of tb backwater.
Tub Royal Rlrer papr ml'l at Yarmouth,
Mu , occupied by Brown A Dsolioo, waa do
it roved by Are on Sunday afternoon wltb
all the machinery and alock. The bubdlog
aud machlaery were insured.
Ex Gov. Arnv passed through St. LonU
vMterday from New Mexico to Washington,
lie report! the Ute ludlant dlicouUated ta
c luiequeuci) of fraud practiced npon theii!
In the location or tnir asencv. Ihe WII
lsuutihe and CojKrfe trlbei have proinlied to
r.mlo M-,Uir?. and am wlliinr twrr.n
' the reservation if their agency Is located at
1 Klo Fats. Various Monacb baodi refute to
f .;,?'-'" ''"' f """"Jriif: '.??
KMk.'Aii:. ..: 1.";.
lUttUag and riuUng lu lu cbaoock
THE NEWS BY CABLES
Uaallh of Dlarl-ltc1ncl Havl
Eallmalaarreoer1lttB of Tarda-rHNt-I.It-tiau
Harried A war
Londov, February 31. The health of
Mr. Disraeli Is Ivaprovlog,
Tb estimate! of naval expenditures are
three-quarter million slerllog less than last
Tba Home of Lordt held brief teutons
to-day. No btlls of Importance) were Intro
In tb Home of Common Mr. Jenklnion
gav notice of Inquiry In th reception of
tb returning Fentani at Dublin and the
speech of tho Queen' conn el there.
a Din providing for lb Inipecllou or
minet wat introduced.
Meaara. Bruce, PI ay fair and Elect dla
cussed mining accidents, and tb means for
After remarks from other members, tbe
bill wat read a second time
A motion was mad for th appointment
of atelect committee on the distribution of
local rates and taxes.
Ooschen explained th Intentions of the
The motion woe opposed by Lopei, Bart-
titat and Beach, and sustained by Gladstone
Without disposing of the bill th Com
The Fleetwood light house wai literally
carried away lait night by a thlp, which
wat dashed agalnit It In a gate.
Wathlnsrloai lltrlbdar Frocd
InR la be Corp I,fflUtir.
Parib, Feb. 31. La PatrU faa't an edi
torial suggested by tbe anolvenary of tb
b,rtn of Wogto. This, It says, It aa
. . , , , , ' ' ,
much a day ror rejoicing for Franc aa for
pobllc meetlogi tide by sld th buils of
VODd inDnort tbem. thoorh not with Im-
pllcit confidence. But If they continued tbe
Instruments or personal power, he would
Inexorably oppose tbem.
H accused tb present majority of baring
voted tbe Mexican expenditure, and squan
dered lb flnanceeof Parti. ExMln)ster
Ploerd made a reply, which tbe Journals
call weak and Ineffectual.
Eipnlilsn of m N ne peeled Corra-
peadeat Probable Earljr Act
Jowrnuaoeil f Ilia Cauacll
Paris, Feb. 21. Abb Frederick, theo
logical advlier to Cardinal lloleolob, m
peced of furulihtng the correipondence con
cerning the Council to tb Uattttt dAugt
bvrfft has received ordera to quit Roman
London, Feb. 21. Letters from Rome
lay ao early adjournment of th Council 1
Ko-Blanro of Iba HUinar Aaaa-A
Caibaw ntd ? tlrabaf Up Tha
Areuauaoaisaf Iba Ana Capiarrd
Tho Aeeoseln of iireenwald Ar
Havana, Feb. 21. General Qneieda and
Ar companion arrived at Nassau on lb
18th Inst., In a small boat.
It I reported tbat tb steamer Anna bat
again been aelxed on the declaration of one
th crew, that the schooner which lift
Nassau with coal tot tbla iteamir, went to
Green Key, but wai unable to And her and
returned to Naiiaa.
8b brought bark a number of Cuban
wbo bad gone to tb Key to await tba ar
rival of th Anna. Th Government of
New Trovldenc hearing that a Cuban depot
and rendesrout bad been established oa
Green Key, despatched an Eagliab gunboat
lo break It up Sue baa Jnil returned to
Nassau with two cannon and a quantity of
arms and ammunition which bad been de
posited on the Key for the steamer Anna.
Cabrera, a Cuban connected with tbe
asianlnatlon of Greenwaldtb, wrt arretted
Tragi Affair at Ileardalawa, III,
Chicago, Feb. 31. On Tbnriday lait, at
Beard town, 111., a man named Wilcox en
tered tb taloon of Tork Becker, and In.a
iqoabble drew a revolver aod ibot York
dead, and then turned and fired at Becker,
lha ball inflicting au ngly and lupposed dan-
gerom wound. Tbe murderer wai arretted.
Oa Friday York wat burled, and tber wat
a large gathering at Beardttowo.
Jatt after dark a large crowd, numbering
fully five hundred, gathered around Ibe Jail,
entered tbe same, selxed a person whom
tbey supposed to bo tb murderer. Tbey
got a rop around his neck wbea they dis
covered they bad tbe wrong man. lath
meantime th murderer, who wa la nn ad
Joining cell chained to th floor, got posse
alon of an Iron bar, aod when tb leader of
tb mob proposed to open tb cell door, be
warned him that he would sell bis life
Hit rstolallon producodachang of action
on tbo part of th mob but did not defeat
tbelr purposes, as a pistol shot by on of lb
mob look oflVet on th bead of lb prisoner,
killing him Instantly. HU body was taken
out and bong to a tree.
rropaeed Soldiers 11 ana e let How
Nbw Yore, February 31. A mate meet-
fog waa held In Cooper's Instltut to-night,
to promote Ibe establishment of a soldier'
bom In tblt Stat. Peter Cooper presided
Addresses wire made byQaoeral Sherman,
Henry Ward Beechr, Stewart L. Wood
ford, Rev. Joseph P. Tbonuptoo, Samuel L.
Camp, Horse Greeley and Judg Daley.
Letter expressing ijmpatfay with th
movement, were read from rmldent Grant,
Governor Hoffman, Gineral Sheridan, ex
Governor Horatio Seymour, General H. W.
Slocum, and Senator! Coakllug and Fin ton.
Resolution i setting forth tbe necciitty for
an asylum of thlt kind, and appointing a
commlttM to pre th mbjict at Albany,
Another resolution urglog Congress to do
away with pension agent, and mike .pen
tioot payabl monthly through lb post
ode wa adopted
Tb meetlnir waalarr and th proceed
UoNTaotrxaT, Ala., Feb. 31 Tb ten a to
of tbli Bute, elected In Febrnary, 156,
under th recomt ruction law, to day refaae.
lo draw and decide what Senator arlob
lected tbla fall.
Tb majority of th Senate contend tbat
they are to hold over uetll 1175, and to
day's vol settle Ibt fact.
Kicitmovd, February 31 The Legisla
ture adopted a rrsnlotloo derlaringlt Inex
pedlent to elect a United States Senator for
the term commencing In 1871, and also a
resolution vacating tb seat on tb bench of
I be Court of Appeals, now filled by Major
Barnbam, U.S. A.
NewOblbans, Feb. 31. In lb legisla
tor tbe constabulary bill boa finally raised.
aii toe onjeciiooaDi ("lis, somewhat modi
fled, about which Indignation meetings wer
dcm, have paned, except the mtlltla bill,
WUH.B ib neoe ine special order ror Friday,
A Joint resolution amending the dUfree.
Chlslng clause of lb constitution pasted.
THE PI ON A Pit II
Tlall ar Iba lllala AatbarltUe-Tba
Olto Harjlaad Hailmcat la ba Ba.
Viewed 1 a-llar-ltl rroald! Can.
nat VIU AMMapall TbU Tf.ak
4'aptaln ('ammarall t Villi Waih
laaxtan Ta daj-The Ulanor Taator
Amnapolii, Feb. St. Governor Bowie
and a committee of tbe Legislature of Marr
land visited tb Monarch to-day, and wer
entertained by CanUIa Commerell ad the
officers of tbe ship.
Go. Bowie dined wllb tb ship's officer!
To-morrow the Maryland Fifth regiment
go down, and will bo reviewed by lb Gov
ernor, and ipect to visit tb Monarch.
President Grant has telegraphed to the
Governor tbat be will not bo able to visit
A no a polli tbla week.
On Friday Grn. Sherman and lb Cablnit
officer are expected from Washington.
lapt. uommerrell gore to Washington to
morrow to pay bli rrsprcts to lb Navy De
partment and vlalt President Grant.
Tbedlnner given to-day by Gov Bowie to
Captain Commeretl and tb officers of tbe
Monarch was Attended by about Iwentr per
sons, Including Commodore Word en aod
Mrs Wordeo, Chief Jaitlc Bartol aod
other Jodgea of tbe Court or Arpeals, Presi
dent Compton, of lb Senate, Speaker Lo
robe, of tbe House, and the Leg til stir
Committee of lovltatloo.
Mr. Holllday, Secretary of But, and Mr.
Holllday, and tb ladle of tb Governor's
family. The officers accompanying Captain
Commtrell wer Sab-LUatenant Arandtl.
Miasnipman Ubiiden, Lieutenant Dundi, of
the 60th rifles, and Mr. Jackson, Acting
Brltlih CodiuI at Baltimore. Tha party sal
aowa al 0 30 pirn., and at 11.30 Captain
Commercll aod party left to attend lb ball
given In bis honor by Commodore Wordea
and th officer of tb Naval Academy,
Gov. Bowie and others arrived at tbe
naval academy at 19. Tb ball was Burner-
oaily attended. Qit a numbr were pres
ent from Washington aud Baltimore, but
no Government officials. There wa th
usual display of beautiful women and hand
some toilettes and fin dancing, and tb
ball wai a very fair on. Supper was ttrvad
at twelve o clock, and tbe dancing (romlitd
to continue until a lat hour.
Shoollnsr AtTra al lro!elaoA
Draabard Flrate Ills Mather,
fibaaia Ilia lira! ber aad aaae
lllmeeir-Tba Trial af Jaob
Providencb, February 31. About eleven
o'clock this morning a man named Round
went Into tbe office or Dr. J. J. Crliplo, a
chiropodist, and shot him twice wllb a lie-
to!, on ball taking effect la hit leg and tbo
other In bit band. Tbe wonndt ar not be
lieved to bo dangeroua,
Roundi allege tbat Crispin poison td hit
wife. It li thought b la Insan.
la Fall rlrer, about 10 o'clock last night,
William Booth, an Kagllihman, relumed
horn Intoxicated, and commenced beating
bis mother, who kept house for him. tbl
screamed forasststaoce,aBd ber son Thomas,
wbo occupied an adjololog tenement, rashed
In and caused his brother to deilsl. aod then
relumed to bis own teoemeot aod closed tbe
door. William then took np a loaded rifle.
laced acap on It, and fired al tbe door.
Tbebatl passed through and lodged In tb
neck of Thomas, killing biro Instantly.
William then drank a bottle of poison and
1 died lo about six hours afterwards. William
leave a toa thirteen ytan otd, and Tboraat
a widow aod two children.
New Yorr, Feb. 31. Tb trial of Jack
Reynolda, th murderer of Mr. To wo send,
In addreaiing the Jory, DUtrlct Attorney
Garvta laid, "wear standing la an attoo
pbere which I epidemic with crime. la
city or couotry no one I free from lb knife
of lb asiasilo or lb vlolenc of th high
waymen." Tbey thould let tbelr verdict
attest that murder iball bo punished.
Several wttofiiee were eiamloed, wbo
vldince bore out tbe itatemenu already
Laao af BlMtahaat Enaaaa Ha. B bj
JrwTlve Uvea Iol-rivo La.
dies AneaMBj iba jmathar,
Mbhprib, Feb. 31Tbo sloamer Eosma
No. 3, which left ber oa Friday evening tut
Cincinnati, whll paaalnr tb rough "rbeto"
at Ilod No. !M, struck a snag and careened
and lb itove In lb ladle' cabin npsel. Ma
ting lb boat uu fir and totally destroying
her. Ten to twelve Urea ar reported lost,
but nothing definite li known. A tcrribl
gale prevailed at tb time and Ibe water was
Intensely cold. She lauded four hundred
bates of cotton here. Tbe arrival or lb
Alice Dean with particular ar anxiously
Tb officers of th Mary Forsytes, wbo
broBgbl lb news, coald glv so farther la-
formation. She waa from New Orlsantand
taad a full paiienger 111.
Chicago. Feb. 31 A dispatch from Cairo
give ibe following aatbvloai by tbeilokleg
of lb iteamer Emma No. 3, near Uland 15i
Twelve passengers, among tbtm & ladltl, 0
officer! and lb entire crew.
Steamer Colombia No. 7 brought lb sur
vivor! lo Calro,wber Ibey have been kindly
Baitimobb, Feb. '!. lo-day la lb cold
eil of tbe season
Philadelphia, Feb. 31. To-day ha boea
tbe coldest of tb is son Thermometer 90.
Chicaoo, III., Fb. 31.Tb ihermotne-
I Ur Bl- rBl lbu nwolog wa SO degreas
below scro, and at Chicago 4 degreet below j
Jacksonville, 10 bolow.
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lit rwvaa . ... .
SjVLE of cadetships
nOW TOR PiBSOX WAS SEDUCED
HOW INROOEUT HE WAS
Ho Was Not Even Awaro
of His Perquisites.
ILL FOR JUMTUSD MUTICS
Nothing For Filthy Lucre
CAED R0H MR. E- P. BU00X8
We pubUih br rqt th following card
from Mr. F-. F. Brooks In relation to Mr.
Wblturaore't eoonoctloo with lb solo of
cadetahlp. We ar wlltleg alt ildao should
bave a bearing. It li at least Interesting
Wsaeieav. t r.Vah f WT
Tb preclpaunry of tb Homo Cotanilt
teo on Military AtUlra In moving for tb ex
pulalooof Hon. B. F. Wblttatnor It ex
plained by tb fact that be It nnmlaUkaMy
tb strongest man, baa th most extensive
acquaintance, aod enjoy more of lb ms
fldeLc or lb House, iban any or tbe mein
k. hrad wUh rnlsdemeanor. of which It
I allrged be I gullly, and lb weakrr one,
wbo either bave nut, or are Dot entitled Li
many friend or mucn inuaeor, nave -pushed
him forward In lb bo that If b
la a.w.J. a tHTcedcnt wilt bo eeubllsbed Ba-
der which Ibev may themselves rrratw.
Geo. Wo, Geo. Slucem, Gen lioogbtoa
and other member of lb coromliteo may
not bo willing to admit tbe irnth of Ihlsi
but like many other honest aad InUlllgtoi
anco they do DM now nat wruiiaoq iaj
urlom infiaewceobav ukeo advaaugoof
tbelr well-koowD desire to do tbelr dety
thoroughly ror lb sol purpose of snaking
th flrtt case reported from ibom Ibo airuog
ei and lb must difficult, and tbat tbelr
action bat a Uudeocy to protect other par
tie than Mr. Wblltemore, wbo r Uo
time as guilty aab la. My Intimate con
aeetlon wltb tbla case, aa well A other.
will probably U aecrpid a proof that I
kbow whereof I iiwak, and ll will also bo
anvxeutofor a pobllc explanation regard
log my conaectloa with lu Tbo wbolo
UKT 1! 1)1 10 a 4w wiitb.
Ibtr wer a DBtaoer oi hb ib ma
PntlUth. aa there la In Vrv CoocVeO. Wbo
eonld bo bong hi like theep at ao tnMh a
bead. I Due g hi tbem aa last aa a tooio
but tba number waa Anally exbaostad, and
I wai compelled to apply w eoo-.ur .
who required dellcau maolpolaUoos, aad
flrti aPDroacbed htm on ibo lebjm, 1
f ootid bias ta bo qulU lgoor ant of tbo Cbar-
stur of bU apvotntmeai or. veA rottm ana
bo nbeltaUgly told m tbat bo woold
under no elrcumatAoeoo nko tbo apputnt
mMtttnleaaltwaa legal and wlvboov cow
pen aall on. I told bin that It waa aa ordi
nary thlag fof eogrmn to dlipoao of
tbelr eodriiblp either for political or i-wo-nlary
cooslderatloa, and asked bias If be
would nut mo my applicant. Ho still re
fused, and continued to dosonnlll I found
01 that tb natluool executive a well on
lb Congressional executive tHmltiwo of
lha l-rratttt.n rartF bad failed to give him
or any of bl frlead any money to Ian rh1
ibort. I learaod tbaiaearly all of tbo raooey
.n.K, i. tk. taction a waa InUodad lo la
flueac affaire In New llstorohlre, Nsw
Tork and other promlneot Northern BUtee.
bocauao Lb committee referred t bolbiVM
tbat It wa mora Important to tbo laureate
of th party to eerr j tbem than la wry any
or in Booioero mate. '" -! wm
lb only money receive in a uraaa
eampobrn for poI1Ua1 um "a tbo paltry
asm oi tauo, which had beoa do&oAod by a
gentlemeo Is Massachusetts
I then i rord to rellev tb oecoosllla
or bis pany by making a donation lo U, aad
ll wat whb tbe dlstluclaadertuadlaa; thai
lb money wblcb I gav blia iboold no ba
naad tar an other than political aad OdBCaV
tlonal mca tbat bl accrj-ud It.
II then agreed to toe my applicant, ana
on eeelDg hi in pal Aim tbruogb a Uorougt.
examination a lo bl pruftekoey U tba rw
quired stud la at tba academy. 11a found
htm more than capable of entering tba Brat
clsse, and also d.sn"ird that bo wa lha
son of a very warm friend. 1 1ra4 that
Mvera! appHeaats from bW dUtrlct Aa4 bora
examined, aad none of tbem wci fonnd far
noagh advanced tolniere Ibelr admletloa.
I then told niea tnai wa wi w wj
furtbon Ibal owm to th lot pension of
dBcatlonal faellltlre lo th Sooth durtog tba
war It would to Impossible ror blot to And
boye or Ibe age reqelrad by law, aod tbat bo
a-nMM lhaflnrf ba IVMaDclled tO Walt A
coopl of yeara Ufor b oonld make any
a pp4o latent, nnlass. Indeed, aocao ooo bo
bad Iwen la tbo North daring tbo war a boo Id
bring 'a boy lelo bit district and acqlro a
retldeoen I her. He finally agreed to uako
tbo appointment, and tb record show that
If lb boy bad beoa of a be wonld lo
nave neon a voter in me onsi a mm
b bUrd Tb FolBt,"
It anrwara from tbla tdala ilatemnt of
tb fact la tbe tas tbat. loawod of gtvUg
bit appoint or at to a frieod nereiy lor
irieodabip' ma, ov to a pomictna m ntern
for polllWal work, or to bay off ao Intruding
opponent, or for cath paid la hand, aa It
generally tbcaM, Mr WbltUmor gavabU
radtiablp lo me for tbo pnrpoao of raUlag
campaign fands, which could not bo pro
cured lo any other way, Tber is so lame
Bess lo Ihl defenco of hi t sum, for I be
llsve odoi every member of lb Moose,
and everybody else who knows th man
sod I i wove to Iba bells f thai brrapu
louilr expended tbo money which 1 gave
blot for tbe beniflt of bli party and for the
educational Interest of bit rootUltrrot.
He wat, I her fore, no tnor goiHy of dlt
bonlordUhonorebJ aaotlveo lo his trans
actluo wltb ma, than any member of ibo
reseat Hom would be who nominate a
leg! resident of bl dlatrlet for a codeUbip
either I retain for of la expectation of r-alit-lool
1 have written Ihe fortsTotlE with sou
hesitation, boras 1 die Ih to add pablldtr
to lb affair, and wlthont advUlor with or
even letting Mr. Wbltumor know anything
about It) bet I believe It to bo my daly to
stale iLe troth of tbo rae, so that the pnblLe
fivti jwajv VI at UHlltl.
Bo. P. Baoors.
Elel Talewrrapblo Blmrtllaas,
Durlsg anrxhibliloQ of dissolving views
and UbAB al IlotUc alteral Hall, Phi lad;.
pbia, last eveniBg.a terrl&o explosion or
gas, Bsod In th ethlbltlon, occurred, ihat.
Urlag windows and lajarlog omo of lbs
siduac y ipiiaur of glow. Several
ladle faints J, bnt th atdleoee got offnlih-
out bar lnjry.
Th iso of ThonAS UoffmAn. thanotA.
Ho Ilamdtn cxpreea robber, wa teller-
day morning rt moved from tb Criminal
l-onrt or DolUaofn to Asoo Anindil coajiiy
Th Feolan Coagrts In tetiloo In DillI
Juitlcn r,)kly,of Brooklrn. bai denied
lbaithorityof Henry Bury, wbo bat can
th arrest or several pertoot ror alleged
cruelly to aelmatt, to protscnu In person.
and sammarily dlimUdM tbacase.
Chief Jssilco TTtoman, of lb Supreme
Conrt of Cootectlcat, Is desgiroaily lUal
hU rvsldsncn In Cheshire.
Jo A. Oufnm, who died al Booth
rase, 1IL, recently, left on Iboosaad dol
lartlo MUbllth a pWK fonnula lo Ike
tows. wbr all may sUk Ihelr thirst,'
tha "removlag on very prevalent exeat
far frsBaitlaar uloiat ."
Ur freqeentiag soJooot.1
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