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CSV2& cyTABiriNQtON CITY. P. 0.. HlIDAY MORNING, MARCH 4. 1870, INO.&t VOL XI JL sm mmwtmmme. k i afjwaw - wat ar "ami - taai mi i-i hi a-r mi iji.wAa-aBBBBBWW'WaWAWAWAWAWTUBW..iBBWiiiiiB. .a;i-a-ai.H. ob-i raj mninmntiii wi ' n hi ibbi hi hi a-fli h a-Mi bui asa n h pa . ;.eWJl.IW i '" Auction Sales. BY U It KEN WILLIAMS. , Aottlonatrt aad Real fctlat ilraktri, . WmyiMiMrillimUulPiirik TiWllH. Bill if. tfitt, -WJaKB1 Bf vfriaa of ft dA M pabKt aaatt-a. tka prtralitt, iUEka ruolV. U SittSay.1 kUtth. A. 6.1HO, at If f'flt ft. n ba-.aftzp-rad Urn at 1 -attar tk.UBKWOODHOUSS.oTBarof F-BBiylTaala avoaa a4 T waif la atraal VMt, la tkta tr, kt. lai Tkra Taart ta ro iron tat Brit day or April Bzt,llbyarlyratf ri-aTbaaaaad ballora. Alao, tb hob1d rarUr. Sto-ta, riaUra. .!.. . J rntaraaiai uaa ft Tar a to ti aeh. a at. Ipaa1taf at als aadtwtl witha, forwblch thaattaa iaa par-aaar. Mni iinnii iron iaa ay aala.wUl b takoa.Baaarcd toiba Bat1afaetlNt i tnmma viva uBra notion rttairt adrad naafai ;:;zi. : r. .-..i. i7 vt.t. "- in pan .; i until aia.i All aoa-tytaalac ad ravoaa atanpa at laa sort r""k-'IIXI f.JCltll.OLT. ratio. ami Williams, iwi . . .. lyaraii mTUUEIM a WILLIAM, Awet'. I J Southeast vontr flersata and II itrattf. MlIT) . By ytrUoof adaadof tratl tan jnw. i win "ii. at pa on a aai Mara a V, ltTO, Vt ll o'clock. Kirk as aad Boat. ororof niivuitoi UTIUflt . ui. Salad Jaaa atuoa.oa ratu lairaai Mil. al arro.bt l,.lAck.B..H . Boaa. ororof P-oaayl-aBla kvMd Baaaa. aeraa ar rayiraaia aTaaia a .4 fwalftkairaM, aaaOMalaat. patraf Haitta. aai ! araaaaia naraL . . Taimtaaaa. loilSX OiXUlI, axiu a wiuJIVi, ' '3i tiurj Ayintw. TDTDHB DATS. ui:AuctIon Sales. -nTCUOrtH - LATIMKB. Arr., X3 ( aeaaMar to i hi. u. neuaira von PCBEBrTOBT SALE DMlTIO IT if J HOTIU AT AVOTiOR. ...i Dfir Wll praaia C il alitlaf fr Br vlrta of a 4iera vaaaad trtaa la- tf1iraB tha ltofc iiyof Jaa miw. is eaat aaaiaar iitT- f li Oaart. waarala Mariar hf iarali aial ra iaaaZaala. I wlU . at pabna aaatlaa. on lha yramtM, oa TuiaPaT, Iaa llta iifrUink. aiT li a'aloat PL at. Paaa. aii it.. aBai T..4 aUiikt.J aa MalJ.laUaaifral WattiafUaftlTUatpUaaar paraaf of faa4 aaawaaaaarft.j4 aa ikaplat ar plaaariallallf aWaambarati. la rttatfaltoa aasiarad Ua, a la taH ! Taiaiaaf aal Oaa talri laa aaioaattaia. aai araai. U laraaaaar thall itfa an vroaiutarr 4. aaaaraa la air aaitafaaUaa All aiaaipa aai vr varaaaaari m r aala If laalarataaf aata araial aoin pi ih jrun iiiimiiiiwiii pr in aa raioia ai na aaa tvai si ai tUIa.au al aai II naaiaa anar taa ar m ! wiii iii. walan laa paraaaaar aaan aiTa prvanaaar aonaa iHina aiTfaatla al alraJalUnaaf amallarf with U tkntitit at arty will aa raiold at rltk t4 cvat al aViu. ' t T Joitrn n. biidlit. i .Tnt-i gm or rustio BoiLtusai, BookJ nd BtlUonerj. BOOKS roa ran LentenSeason PHILP & SOLOMONS, BOOUlLmUHD STITIOSEEK, S23 PJISrxSTI.TAMA AVCNUS, Oi? 1 01 kn4 Uri iMMtaul f aiLIOIODI M01II laptttallr KltM ! Ik "- 1)T J. T. eOLDIKU. CO., Al'. Byylrtaf a 4aaV Iraal. a"aU laaUlklaV f ttaiIf,WJaa4n)r.rar4a4 laLtnarira, 04. fallalTS. , aofUa Uai raaordifof Waik laataaaoaafr. la IM Dlitrint of Colombia. I abalt aailai pakMa aaattoa, aa T 0I8DAT. tbalat4r af Htrtk, lltti), al o'aloak p. nm,,lafroalof tha praailiat all tkal placa of croaad.kaawa at Lot Ko. HUp4aarat(H3.fraairaa U faatta Baalb I atraat, batvaaaTblrtaaath aa4 "partaaala alraata aaat. aa4 Mr-f Dick Ci ftl i lack, t ft M roAlalla - ' Tart ttaa.balaaaa la lis aad lwIr tualuL'Vft tataraal. aad iKaMd x a daad at traataalhaptamliaa. aar'aaaal. IIM;4Uai ma al ta will ka nqalrtd davit 81M0ILB DOTTOLil. JOSTP05ID aTtk.taaa aoar ,aa l" atuDir.tha Ttb Jar ot Mi ..a ,-,, P7 "-V-VVotD'watl. A Pfl kl-4Ui . Aaailawri. 1)1 Kui:iA i:1fi,IUftTr-i,ra jj soecaiiera to j.u. mtunirauQ() . boatkwaat taraar af aaylfal artiaa aad Ilfatb Btraak P"r OBI TOtntTtllTTB aJEIIT, lV Ttraftn r anv m . (tt9 mm, aaanai iu Br lrta a(kai of a4aadaf Irai rattio aia. I taaraf JaaaTT 4. D.JaCO, aad taaoraad tkalaal raaar4rfr aall aoaaty la Ltkar A. Ha T. atf4laltT,adallkaraaaataf T aad nliii. aa H4TDBD1T. iha ftU. 4ay itHiril, 170, al ft a'aaack a. aia.'parUaf Lau JlaaJU aad IT, laKlactaaa'a lakdiyUtaai of Saaara fla. UU fraaUaiaotlTfaaoa raartaaath airaat araat. aadaaiadlar baafe Kkf faak wita. tka laiprffT- Tha prapartr ! 'lmrad wUk a aaadMna RaaM.wkwklalka BJlailaaia af Um baaaaa kalltapoaaaM iaiaaM waHft aaa alt laanaa- araaaavaaiaae. i nr nw, ..... Tbaamoaai4a, aad fraajiait of aralea lka aaovaaai'l lariaar uiiiiinuii ii arltkla ivalva aiaalba, wltk lataraat from lka day afaalo. la aa aaaaraa ay aaaaaai iaa paraaaaar aaa a aaaa fit (rati aana tha pro party, Ibal4 lka Urtaa aai ba aaapllad with fa lit dftya aftar lata, lka 4a: paatl ia ba Cor fat lai. ftad tka proparty to ba ratald Bpaalfa4ara'aallralalba MATioaaL Hirtaii aaiMBi f ii taibiTAaTBBa DapifttaiPf rTtaitaUi I vrrioi ciiir uilini"ii( r- taaltaa. al Ml. of fclda Dir. k tff laa af Ma PlBLld0ILbillO8, taaadtly yaaatad by UiMad Staiat troop, tt LyaakAarr, 1 , V Timii Hiik. ! Ijb.1 !. sb lka 4. af ala. ... . " uy araar ai ma viiariaraiatiar ua.rai vaiiaa iaaarari J, O. mmVLlB. BratTatCataaal, daar.Mfta. u. ftj .. . LChUf Qaartanaaatar Dapaitaiaal Vlf ilala. nal li Attorneys, Agents, Etc u H H 0 T A L, Jtikti k AinrORD hata tanafal lk-lrjaw JUW BUlLDIIU, fla-tW Ualataia aytta, XMVf BUlLDIIU, fla (aoaib alia.) AAft aail vf A8patUl aTUaUoa aa4 lka Law of TlUoa. ,t hlitri tiruL iTaa iv vaiBcarj- vmniiu H. EHBT I.TLLS, L1T1 AlllITiaT lllllHI IXTliXlL BSVINUB.Il..i4.orMf. ilVA 2r"t i .."tJ alallaatlAaalvaatl3l1lIEBTlt.VCTIBlIX tflSM.aad tka naklaiapor latent liala l. 't . faMat E. C. WEAVER, aJisTiojzoitiii2 rn ice, CON VEYANCEU. REAL KSTaTE ANQ 0E.NESAL AQKNT, V 1B0 BTalfc tr.ft. Xtl. k.S T .trMU, PIUItR BOOU IX CEBIT TAB1BTT, Naritif aad Iraalia Laaaoa Ndkiii'i fijtw.BiBBln tA9 tka li .1 Kaaarr far Leal, ar DoTotlaaal I aU In ft. jaauaaa iiaparv. nor bib i aaa afaaiift . far Laat. UUhap Bbartra CoavpaalOBV for ta pla DOToat 11 ala aad aaa af Ik Proiaaaat nlaaopi bBiarfa, diiibf vm 11 ThtVkr ta-aa of ,, fif. S iltlry Matlaff.b.lH.. TbB alaal TkaCkriallaa raatlvalai a II ala ftkMrvaaraaar taa Baar4 Saaaaaaaf tkaCkarak. ky Bay, Bf. Ihlraa. iTkaOardaa.of torrowa. or aa jaiBiaiiy at Taara ir mt. jaa aiauni Ciaa Tbaaikta aa tao ftr naiiaa raativaiai auaii laa raa a. iTbaO ara. k I Tka M-ralaa bb4 HlaktWi .of Jaha IpktWaUbaa, by Kay, J. A, kitd aad Worda of Jmbb. ka Inllftlloa of CkrUI. laBaarta tkaclaad Raa 4' ta uraHftU TkaCrota ffti aa CkrlaiUa LUIai. a. Tarlav'B HalrXlylar aa4 ikt.ar Tkaatkli far lka Ugart. trt flaikara4. Tha a.a aruaaartaatiaa L,itit,ar Taaaf ait tor iaa ugart. iiaaar a aiaaaaiai rlaataUaa. Hint far lka rllf rial Ooaiboara'a Baaaty of Haflaaaa SoBlbaBra'oThoaiktaoartrtoBalBaliilBB. NEW 110 OUH. A Pratilaal Traatlta oa tka Dliaaaaa af Calldraa, y ura. ia Oal Baw Tlaa Salaried rhtuaraaklt A HDBEaTtl.DUTALL, ii. AltorB.rMt.La.wt OataHa.dSaLaaliUaftariioor. iltiiaypaaUa aoyt'U Clly Hatt TaOMAS.WlLIOV. ?rJrJnr. 3, -, MM. Hoialaa. bb A aaa I Baaard af f ha raai) EiUti if Blward L. Wll- llaaa Brallttaa la .Chuah. wlla. QlaW Saw; Utlladt) hr Chaa. U. Lalaad T& ala. Philp & Solomons, HOOUIIELLEIIK A1IO nTATIOaKBS. NEW BOOKS. IBB0C1BT1 IBBOlBi n, B.w rillila'i Tn. mr faara 1 wiiiHniiMiiiiifa w TajiailUA'truiat, uarpaaa vaaipiai adlllAB lllattritM ..;..1...b... HI JITITIbMM Of atABiMBT. Bataf lka Oalllaa of ft Ul?aral rklleaophy raaidUpaatkaktlaal atd Drrr.ta of dtpaattad wltk aaitlaaaar wbaa lka prapa irafkaCUlhaaarakBaar. aa4tka taa(4aaj ivadaya anariao aaiai laaatiai Tk. (111. ( LllaJ t Va na.faat CarajBBaiBfaikdaljalraVMaB.M. COOTM A IAt7Aa, fab-dU . . , A Bajlaaaara BT tlUUfaiiA LAViMfelaTABioi'ro, (SttMMIoralnJ.it ftta4..r J. C 1 BglbwaHaiarol Jaaatf ItaaU avaaaa aad XVaraatB atroai. TRDKTlt'R rtALB 07 ItBARLT Ilw AND MK.Bi4BLlBTHB2ITlItABBT. 0. 1. Ji.ri.LjJAljl lka lal-40 1 ..III... IMT. .. 4lT no" ft I. UbE ," KZi 'KXiXX ...V. I j "' WMkl.fV).. W.r II, Ja7. ...nl.l rli. 1.1 It ( rlb. KIH. Kjlli. IrwU.. kr C4M "If "5 eid. I.Ltt.lT K Bo..f.U. lw-It. liil r..f. a lb. Pi.W.1.1 MI1BKs1al'US, ,.y ., ..p. ..i iof "O." M.tt.f..Tlll. HINE & WILSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Xa. BoBr.ada-li.USt.l Wft.Ulaf1M nicniRD T. HIBBICII,. I. IV caoa.llyr-at.IJlw uarimif.rroal b. su Diirli.n.. jwu MPl-tf n6- UN TKL3 AND RK8TAUKAN'IH. 1TED STATES HOTEL Pedasjlranla ATeao, Nenr the Capitol. 11A.TTX39 11CDCCX3I1 .Wat caa aa had with ar wltkoat latalt. IlMl "tff; iBoioaoaraaiviparwaaa. Mltt ITBT i:iKt F Yk.ya. A M of IM raparir auyaa ata aa Ut praBtlaaft al tlajaar al" f bta proparty li aid aa lka aaalb do al (Maanaal a t aaaa.. aaar oartamlk tlraat, fo, 1J4. Ia oaa aftkaVaal loaaUUaa la tka city. aad la ylawaf tka laaaiuy aaa aaaraaiarai - balldtac aortalalraffaftftraroakaaaafar laraat Oaa third flr tht r. UktaaoaiuatBai tbadtfar rod by a daad af 'Iraal oa H st. gloud hotel; CDR. NINTH AND F ST$, Tka otl mb (a t toaUloft la tha ally. lB.a.odlatalr appoalia tha Fataal UBta aad !1.I'""?!, aad oao Woajt f rm lka Oaaaiftt 1'oat QaHalJa. partDiaat labia D'tlotaaadlatsoaaa lka Xaiopaaa pita. tnavaur araitaiw mv.iiv.i. Tha fairaataara, aoaBaalaatlac wltt tka Cap Itol. BsaeaUTO Bkkttoa, Traaaary. r " DaDarlmaatt. aid Ua Balit BWiaaBdOhioBallroad """"' "" '''Aia, E. A. rdtl-ABD. lalJatf lrpnara r Ci TfllLARD, EBB1H HOUSE, WASHINGTON, D. a Ta.m. aJ aata I aim taralaa..J al BMbta to ba aaaarai arT. wii Iraal oa lka prop. .TtaalBttaatIraaa4ayaf aaia All aoBf tyaaalaa aadTn vaa ataaaa al al oi PVdtaa.t of SX will t mU4 Waa tka r t. .. "Mirror, h,lli Ty.-t. CUoriRALATlktkl. JIHUBI. X Tourtt Jo.lTIJkifcia. amiTi.. 19 (Suecoaaora to Jfta.u.iusuHirtau.(i loatbwaat aoraar of raaatylyaala ayaaao atd HTBKKT WX.T,BKTVrBia ftAHD t ITSttlTS NO.BTl.-:??r -..,.-' Uoatr aaa itthim oi a aaaa o - niry bibi rraaaiaaoBry. vrki. an ""'i t Ki " -.., M TBOB LOTA. Wa-tl. by Ladr Ba Maaa . alart. ......, ,.,..,...,..... j laJ AUANDtLur THXANUlBltTHlllTOBT OF THE XART TO TUB COhtMXXCX. MIHiOf TUlktlDIAn WARi ... 30 VITAL rHILOaprHT A I array of ftab. (IbihiiIii BipaalUaaof Fataral Bo If laa fly Joaathaa P MaD-aald 1 fS TUX AXDil ABO TUB AktAIOaii.ar A.r... tha ClaaU.ant af lABU ABMllH. CONGRESSIOHAL PROCEEDINGS. Drtr-rint Contrtu-Jtuid Etjnlat Stulon Tnctmlr, Wica Ci 1178. bkNatk. Mr. lUmlln latrodtl . bill to .mend in ct nl.tlr. to lea Boprtm. Court ot till DUtrkt ot Columbia. R.r.rrl to Jodlcl.fy J MrTnabDllcAlIttd-onblll WcUttttbt iodicdrtxit: .&. H Nft -i r MrlTf U!4 ipokA Otili tiWl InporLucs oi mo appo.n.rnec. 01 m jutuca oi .no on prema uonrt. aaa no inoBgn. id rreiiaeo. hould not bo rcqatred to reitrlct bti elec tion lo soy particular locality, but that ho ttoald ba at liberty to Uka b man from any taut of the country. It might ba Impoulblo W "flod b proper penon wllbln the limit of b particular elrcnlt. It my bo that there are circuit a ibb'Soulhittxlky wbrth rrealdent would" find It dlmcnlt on account of the rebellion, to find a man qualified In eyery reipect for the potion. Tbe Senate ehonldt nine before H adopted tha prorUloa of thlft1 Mil rcquMojC thit a Juitlca ahall be a reildent of tha circuit for which beUappolDted. lie (Ur.W.)thoueht fate wm ln-'llfiX aoroowuat the coDiUta- tape In the TetUr, but certainly lo the spirit, lla did tint alUMTtther arrca with the Idea that bid been ovMted tbttbe trtllorof ectlonalUnaiibcnild'be'ooartned In ihla tnatur. A Jailtce appointed for any one particular circuit would ba apt to ba affected br the neeullar Prejudices of hid eectlon. and ba thought It would be better to appoint without regard to section, and thereby ob tain a Janice of more breadth and liberal ity, ana 6n who vould rlie aboTS any mere considerations of section. . k Mr. DaTla did not bIlayCanarrefS oaa any constitutional power to pa a pro Won oi ims naiurei uo oeiwyea mo rreeiaena had tha right lo make tha appointment from any part of tha country thai It suited him. Ha had not mneh confldenea In either tha nomlnallnr or tha adtlshnr rower, for he thought that with both of them allegiance to frarty was of mora consequence than fealty to me Vjoniuiuuon xet notwunoiauaiug bli want of confidence In lha Executive, hs ,roud leaye to him his fall constitutional power.to make hl electlon from ay part, of the eountry. Furthermore, ba did not boll eye tbat Goner taa bAd any rlgbl 'to j pre- icnDoinaiina Juiuc4B snail reeiaa ni any panic atar localltvi and suppose a Jastlca should ba contumacious and refuse lo rcsldo where uoogrese says ha shall, what would bathe remedy t liathousht this was one adrana Inwarda auhlectlnir lha Fzaentlra and thd fioprem Court to tha will of Con gress. Mr Trumbull aaldat thaooameooement or lie present term there were two hundred and setenty-tlght catisei before the Supreme uourt irotn nvaiuereut owi iooro w not a single1 causa from the Slates of New Jersey orADelAwaxa and but Are from. F no lylraola, and these tbreo. BUUi coostliuto It. la tefirence to the Becretary of the Treasury he bad the greatest confidence In tfaaf official, but ha did not Iblok II proper td commit such discretion loto tha hands of any one man. He (Mr. M.) was In faror oi a luuaug diu. out us warned a practical cnoasure kir. CMserly giT a history of the origin of the BMIIaS Consols, from which It was shown that Qreal Britain Is really paying Interest at tha rate of five per cent. Instead of three, U la popularly supposed. fMJ. Morton isld Mr. Caiaerlr bad lUted lhallstoryof tha British consoli correctly. In' addition lo that they were an old sacnrlty, and were wall understood but tho British Qortrnracnt could no mora successfully put a new three per cent, loan la tha market than Fnmla. Look ittba aewflre per cent, loan of III tali selling at eighty. As ha laid before, hewn In faror of a funding bill that wn practical. lie wanted tha People to sea that we meant something, and that a bill wis not cut forth as a mera kham. Mr. Sherman aald the consols bad another Talus which Had not been mentioned, and that was, they.nad a flied Taluo,and could always ba converted Into money. Mr. JTerrr. br unanimous consent, offered a ...Ll.lUJkii.l.k aa .Jul.J Jll.aA.llta the Secretary of Stale lo Inform tha Benito. wnai stales, up to mis aaie, signiuea tnetr assent to tha flUenth amendment, and also to cotamonlcAt from time to lima thj action of tho other States. Tha nnesttoa waa then announced ai on tha amendment to lha funding; bill offered ov ur. Bumncr. DroTiainr iaa. ina orocoeua of the Are per cent, bonds bo applied to the payment or tue nre-iwenty oonas oi iboj, wnicu was onenj oavocatea pj jr. p. air. Dacnssn aaia mo propouuoaoi air. 1BU 400 ISO UUllAUUAni t" va.iiu-wt OoraaMllBthaad aalabrftUdXXaad 5y Jaa Ortaa. at. A v. ., .... UEAITH BTOO0DUT1B0. By W. W. Rail, kf, D , BdlUr "Uall'B Jaarakl of Uaallk''...... WtiHDBR'MnVBi'ti'VoLDOB'tb'fi'iL'oV BX3. By JlaaaUkrlatlaa Aadaiaoa.aa. Ihorof iaiprovtiataro." At PBABCATXLLI7! KoTAL COHFIO TJOBKB, A rraaUaml TroaUtO oa lka Art arCoafaallaBary laall lUBraaaktt. A laa, lha An or laa-taihlar , .... IBBBW HBBOXi, A Til laaadtl oa Jawlab Hlti-nf. By Aj L. O. I Ta LX4 DPOK TiXTtt i or, aiarlat 111 am. tiyaariflripiar. ay ntvu. V. aaarnt, m. a... ......., a CO XViHlBODt'aLAWTXB ABDltiJOKpr 703 MS. CoaUlalBClkoLawaof alt tka AlKABUa KAMI.' Ilik.CuH) A ii. Eaaaaof Attdtra lfrt. Br Xdwia,Do , ' "'iv;IVWfWAIrftY,MiaiM.- aooaat pakllikad. A Tall aad CatalaU Blotk of PANOT AND STAPLE STATIONEIIY Always oa kad. BLiVKBOOKI. fCLLasd DALT BOUXOiPAII BOOXB, MIMOSAMDA BOOXI, XTC XTO.. lappUadstlkaUwaalVftikat Xfthta. G.A.WIIITAKER&CO., WHOLESALE AffD RETAIL B00E8SLLEBS and STATIONERS, COMEI OF 1KTBHTE UD D HUBT1, IIAQI.BII1 MEALS ruaniallED TO QETLEMr. MtiTUnl.rnii.ii.uwu a. j!tlf-..i -b . Interior Adornment!. i, !."" .""!! !.:".'. T."IT. EM for WaakJoMoo aatr, vptXl will Mil, alaBafja '.k . r 1.4 .. A.Uua. b.. . . ! rraal aT ,u - ' - -- - hi null ar irraBaai r. IrlBc aad balaa UWuklaatta ally, DiC.. aad kVawa "! lha w kola oriottVa, Ilaad Head tha aalh 14 faat lathaa af lot II Ma Maara aan. bar iflj. ftia airaaiat iaa iaira . n ihaWMialdaaf ftflb alroat watl, bolwoaa X aad r atraau aartk, naaUc back to a pavad allay, ..iia.M.ukiik.i aakaiaaHal aad kaaAaoia Ts raa atory UrUk raaldoaaa, wllk browa ataaa Staala aad Car flan Qaaat oa Ua prl-a. Itraal I B tad a af tr dapoill rlrad at tin Tarauaf !? Oaafcrartk tatb, baUaeala tlx, LLaa.wi.a iBiinii vraralkM? Allaaavar- aaaaaBtdraTaaaaatawpaaiooalaf aUekatariSKO iwal- byd adf trattajrpoa lha l tTHQSTHlSleg FAVOBITS DOLiAIi.BlUiUi, 3otr.iriTil. tt. tit. Hk .. lu. rme. IBT'ftHPOBlTOBY. 1(S J.UMWl7TV;lMk.i Toar. 00. iAWTIltcRlr o,eOTw AND AMEB- IOAN OltROMOS, KNOBAVINOS, PUOTOORAPH8 AWl A RTISTSM AT LKI ALS HROCIERS oniMrJbCy4SOtILPTURE, or Wklta w art aoia ait in b '"'". ,. BaiiyT oiiimiii v ...!. J . r.t ttun W nnkll Traa.tB.laA t a La Caff l'"". !!.& -"131. VtTJn ' i.Tjt 1KB rtiaia t'M vjm v. i- w. u.MTii. hriahl. ik. fiatia aaA llaa f J? . . - hb.. aa. amAJ,.ABa t A iC"'S,W"a' " "I aaa ..... .... IW BMkoa. 110 IS Til fir vi Si V,.iyS.x lT4&r.IJ IV.BD'f'il'iVilii'T'yirikVaVJV jrMBI.,BrJ.t.,B.rl. i ''"WlS'l.LWBTTBB. ttnot, lalaUlsaBoar BalUlar. THE OkTBBUBAL ABMUfinu vu, i.fiHBn i SOU ItTtatk al TITAIIK T1tlM'fV 'Imnocenth Almoin?1 Jatt rttrad a larro sapply of IkU J-api coona p.Tiktii!' fiMli . Y 'Aaatlaal QVIXakUHTIAHOrAHTIiKAClTH,UAlf. Aaatlaaaara. Tarpa i Caak ta day ujjafa. BTora-r ottkautotraiuoi ot Vir.iaia. omn aa t lai "Dt pari anal j. ii rnrani.ltB. BrttatCol. CklafQaarl'r CiLX OF QtflllTU ITOIU. Ibaror QtrAiTtsHAstia's prrtes, al pkU aaaJoa. tiftpitpi of Araay ClotUaa. a qaaBUlr af QatHarmttitr a Sboa uoi llBf , JOltl, Dyvrdai euk Mtaaaa, boor, f fanan. f tk, c it, CoianoaCaLlait, At. i lata alliaiaaf aT. irf thoQaartoriBMtar Oaaaral, t A.u D.rl Q.rt.iai,ur'. OpUclant. mrniSFESienr 1 with rdllu f otter Seetiatlu by tiitrcly aitjiMrtiij am qulttlmi. It. II. UEUPLBR, Optician, National IIottL lL"r, ,.,.. ,t KO 48G t HEDDCED'i H0.48G v.v.:i? I prices 1 sjKsr MA,RKRITERrS. H.vl.c.lIkU l.t. m,o. .. t.a,u.Ur far.. lidakilci.l.,lka oL ' 1 '" ' rAPLBIIANlllNU.1, WINDOW 4UADES, UVALANUK4UA8E wrrnin?. rniuca. 1'IUTUBR OOnn ANU TAHSLLS, FlUrUltKlllNllS, NAILS. PA1NT1NC1IUN(1IIATIMI, UllROMOS, 1.41. r.dditt atoik.iai.it paulkl. rrl.f (14 . ll V U lOllilall 411 lka .tta atock .1 Viil tii imt or macu nr, lUuilui, f.ui ff'l"".,"l'.B,', t.r. jUta, COM. TMIalaMi B.ll ia.araT.i.ja.i.plil.I Maori.' ' WilullMOUIUial. -jio-ti ""raBii" lar Mak. rrtM ABBUABll AVKOI, kr Jaaa nrLK'Tr"..V..'r.i""Al.i' IvKVBBDr'XXAWiiViBBiWior "" n.tob'or;rWSif HiHSHy.-Vi " All sow Baaka aad yabllaaUaaa roulvad a oia a pakltakod. . ' .. Xafrav if. litkarrapklat aai trlaHag tltcaUd la baat ataaaar at akort aollca POBT OFFICE K100K AXD BTATIOncnr STOXtE. 5T BavtB.k attaoV aorair V tlitau J, C. I ABU Ell. the Third circuit. as It nbwstands. From tho Serentlt circuit there were icYenty-one causes. Soma Benatorr had spoken of a personal motive boltg at tha bottom of tbla bill, but such was not tha case. It waa framed with reference to no pnrtteilar per son, but with a ylew to arrangs the circuit so ai to haTO business most conveniently ditposed of. In tho redistribution of tho circuits care bad been taken to so arrange them as not to Interfere with tho circuit Judges who had already been confirmed. Atr.BCOiisa.aioe reason oi iijer way there had been so tew canaea ta .PenniylTa nta was because of tba wall-known physical Incapacltr of Judge Orlcr to go on the bench. Mr, Truabnll said In LU own Bute (Illi nois) Judge Wayne very rarely sat upon the bench, tba district Judges held tha circuit! and In New Tork, wberothaplreult Court was In seastoa ail the year, Mr. Justice Nel son hardly aver went on lb bench. In re gard to tha objection of Mr. .Paris, Mr. T. rii ftiYTJnXia.mfllhfL-U.H. Jv RnMrnt and nary, but can only govern them through tba laws formed by Congress, and Ihls Is precisely tho cass hero.. nrv-an lha Tnr.rT.lnir hour OXDlrCd Mf. Tmmbull asked that the fandlog bUl ba laid it.de- until thliblU waa disposed or, aail was very esssallal tbat It should bo at once. Air. onennan m ua u "" .u.v... that this Judicial bill was of no earthly con sequence. ' ., ,...,.. Tba funding iuu was men proscauou iu. u. trnrriti. Af Vl. read from printed sllpo an argument, lie asserted that It was Impossible to negotiate a loan at less than 5 per ccnM tbat oar people would not stoa Uka inch a loan, and abroad wa could not compete with other goveramenu. In of- thought tho bill ot tho oommluia should be ameuatOa OU ll AOH aavu tiv i .h In regard to free banking, ba did think, that ... Ci tta atavtArl rtftw. and also thOuxht the aaroTUloni otthoj bill 'were, not altofretber T . Tr.. .l.-.l w..v. IL.hnnU ta- lUSltOtno pauuuai uua-. -. - UkotosetfB loan of tho United BuUi fall. ninh tiM r-ara.i arouia ua wa tao t per conU bond wai attempted. Wo cannot ' . . aflti. fMnmad ItiDn ftf ln cnaoRo oo t-jna wa . mw-jv....- i Tha tiAiha-tiiida. tho Ooldsmtdti rut their trait In rnowiaiiot la democracy. Money la England balieTcs In aristocracy, and not lannlreraaJiufiaffo. It does not, believe In the honor of a Toterahd time alono can conboer lu prejndloea. It cannot bo denied that the Democratic party, whether Inten tionally or not, has done much to destroy lha credit of tho country. Until 1801 that party would alwayi nub, tho country Into a war to sato 1U honor, and It waa lamenUblo tbat a party with snch a record had done so much since to pollute Ibo credit of the coun try, i Whether thli was necessary to bring hark trt them thalr 'bono and iloiw who went loto tho rebellion .It bad certainly done them no good at tba North, where business men and patrlotlo men bad refused further affiliation with them. Tha American people Stunner was merely to clroa monopoly of Uses new firs per cent, bonds and lha high est ones to be issued to tha holders of the fire twenties of 1863. Mi. Cameron thought tho best policy wis to wilt. Ersrythlng was going on well now, and let ns hkfd on ai we areror a year or two longer. Mr. Cameron, after some remarks, moved to postpone Ua bill until tba Pd of AprlL Tbo motion of Mr. Cameron to postpone the bill until April 8 was rejected Mr. Cameron only rotlos lo Iba afflrmitlre. The question then recurred on tba amend ment or air. Bumnerj wnicn was rejected Teas 13. niri 20. Mr. Somner then moved an amendment that the new S per cent, bonds may run TO years, Instead of 20, as proposed by tha cbnv miitQC( wuitia wa agiucu to wi.aout ob jection. ,. Mr.flunjnertbeumoTed that tha amount of tba new 5 per cent, loan ba tSOO.000.000. Instead of MOO.OOO.OOO, aa prorlded by tho eoramlttee. Ua said tho ontataadlnjc booda of 18C3 amounted to about 1503.000.000. The itntndmeal of ur. uumner was re jected. IBB DenaieiQCD. witaun .lUaucr awttva, adJotiTued. 1I0USS OF REPRESENTATIVES. On motion of Mr. GrUwold, of N. T., the Committee of Ways and Means was directed to Inquire Into tha expediency of exempting persons engaged lo quarrying blue stone from Internal uxatlon. Mr. I opt, noil, of 111., asked leare to offer a resolution calling upon tba BecreUry of tht Isterlor for alt Information and papers In his possession In relation to the late rnissicro of tho riegin Indians, In Mon Unav Mr, Stevenson, of Ohio, objected. The reruUr order of business was then demanded, and tho House resumed tho con sideration ot tho bill reported TeeUrdsT from Va .r1,.ttaa. mm n.ll.. anil ffanata. tbo Committee on Railways and Canals. grantlor the right of way for tbaconslrue lion oi mo Ot. vamca anuv -.itiio nut haai- road. Atler consideration, tbo bill was re ferred in tbo Committee on Public Lands. Mr. Ingertoll, from tho Committee on Roads and Canals, reported a bill to con struct a tnlllUry and poeUl railroad from Washington to ins city ot new lorn. After the bill had been read Mr. Iuger soll Indicated his purpose to call the pra- to read would not do and Means Committee was not enough, but tba reduction should be at least ninety or one hundred million because ins general tTiMfwrir it ftti rtnntr Inatlflod It. He then compared tho American tariff pjiiom wun me oi urea, unvaia, showed that tho Utter, by a Judicious sys tem, had raised over 23.000,000 sterling on a Tory few articles. Reviewing tbo British policy, he contended that the best policy was a Urlff for revenue, and ba demonstrated that a redaction of Urlff was not necessarily a reduction of revenue. DrlUln bad tlmn and time again reduced her Urlff many mil lions of dollars, and tha reduction of rovo nuo naa at me same lime oeen very am an, comparallrely, and not sufficient to make the nation suffer in tho least. Mr. B. then argued ad to tho articles ha would bate free, aad among othetsbo In stanced the article of coat He said ba vio lated no confidence of tho committee when no sutcd What a gentleman bad said trerore the Ways and Moans Committee. Ex-Got-ernot Thomas, of Maryland, who repre sented tba bituminous coal regions of Mary land, bad sutcd before tho committee that If all articles were free ho would bd satisfied without any doty whatever upon bitumin ous coal for protection But he showed to Ihtt aismtmHlAA lhat 411rti i.nn1nati1 nnl iUleattaijralKloidollaifotUrlffoQ cottf ion gooes ana otner armies necessary 4 aey wanted now, however, a Urlff on coal, la order 10 git Lawk the money oapoadad for Urlff on other articles. Because they were Uriffed on other articles the coal lbtoreaU of Allegany county demand protection In order to get eren. and In view of tbat state of tho case the committee could make no aulwcr to the argument. Bat If the admission of all articles neces sary to Ufa were free tba coat Interest would not bo compelled to make this demand. It was solely because other articles Pali it doty that Governor Thomas demanded pro Uciion for coal. He referred also to lumber. salt, Ac, which ba said should ba admitted free. Mr. Banks had hoped Ihtt If any ono article would escape a tariff It was hair cloth, which entered so largely Into cou sumption by poor people for covering furni ture, Ac, but even this hid been s objected lo an Increased Urlff. Mr. Brooks said tbat at tha proper lima ha would offer an amendment for a Urlff on twenty-five or thirty articles which would be all sufficient to pay the debt and carry on the Government, and It would relieve the neonla of tha bnrdena urxm articles abso- lutely necassAXT to Ufa. The British Got- exmment raised revenue enougnoy toxins uaiy von sruciE), man ua yrvyuaiK. iu "v iu same thing, only be would put la twenty five or thirty artlclee. Mr. Brooks then referred to tho manner In which oven all articles of clothing were taxed. Tho tariff, too, hej contended had actually anren our conuaerce irom toe ocean. On naff wai almost driven from tha ocean, and all the Tcsult of this high una. One of the most hamlllatlnx sit-hU to an American was to see la tho port of New Tork, upon resseli, tbo lug of any nattoa except our own. And It would be no better until tha tariff bill was crippled, destroyed or amended. Every article tnai cnurca into the construction of ships was so heavily taxed that we did not dare to build Teasels here. Its referred to a recent report Issued by Mr. Ntmmo. of the Treasury Department. to show the effect of a Urlff upon ship building. It was a disgrace and an outrage tbat our flag was driven from tlhe seas, and yet there was no remedy so tongas Ibis urlff existed. He would remedy this In the amendment he bad Indicated, and a suffi cient resumo would bo left for all Govern ment purposes. Neither tbo Committee of Ways and Means nor ihe House need Im agine tbat Ihla bill would bo a finality, it would bo no finality so long as 839,000,000 of consumers were taxed to benefit 1,000,000 or Isss of producers! there would be no finality until this cnormoi nTtiosa. Hats, Caps, Boot, and ghoes. rtl TO H1UE BOOS FOR .. IHNKII.B irBIXO IT1HK,1 nTKAsnuituEii mios. m BOOTH, ft HOES AMD UA1TBUB) flllktadi, caaapar lka a tkacksapotL Olfttbtta ft tallat 90S SKV&3TU BTIUCKT. fab If Old aaiy-1373. Ut. I sad K CI'ItlHU PAaniOMS FOR OEIKTh" U UBtEart I1ATB. jattiiiata.ant.ratiaciatTi'tai ia.4.ambraaiar Ih aadBroatfway llrltt Tanleaiar ailoatlaa iBtliadMo Ik Hata Uata.aliartd aad nai lata Sprtaa atria Ja.i opoaad twattr-Stat dlt.r.Bl.B.D.a.Ial ! iBkaVB aad blidraVa Uaia. art- ft a SI U It, II. NIlNKHCrZ, iir.lt cr, fail :H,aU HoalAST PaaairWaala a a si to toraor aaina Pawn Broken. 011 An 1. kb nmiAUEuu'si 1.0 am O"ArUA0it AW I. If ii'kiVV llm SAM'L S. O. BABB0UB, Wk.l.aaJa u( XtUW Da.l BOOH AID BTiTIOBBHT. Balwia.H.aiL CoffM, Tea. ani Spicei. Pokin and Yoddo Tea Stow, NlulU Btrcct, between.' iV.tuul E. TEASt TEASIt TEABIII Clu. JiMtrt Ouapowd.r. , flo ,.t.j i.a -o UaUai,,, Ear spiral wai or iroata offaaa Hatha, Java, Ctflya, llojraaa or rr uUl. OoXto rjatttd frata ottry day Ltftarra, aad aad sroaaj to l'!f.4:tlHB1 Batwaroar-aBd.abalf ai nodlataly la rtar of Wattaaal aiaaay . i ait aai mo aaa, awairr, an ri,ii ' Tka natt li daallag aad J at! traataiai ihlialiy BOt ooaatoUd II IBID . IB IH Stlf OLD 'lr, bllTarwara. WaarlBi AppaVal, .-j. i..ii.. vi -rr aaior.piii likoral larata suatBataod. Var t laallBg aad jatt treat! ral . W1L nawaai tat Uui rtaldaatal iamb, SIS, falOtf w aw BTJRNSTINE'B ZaOAlV OFITICTX. ajo.d73TtalrdAatlUtttrei,Cblrddor outar BBnt Avt.HU. UOHIT LOANXDpB II at to aall toitomtrt aaa irr.Biirtri laatUiaoa! dLO QOLD AMD IIITIR BODQHT. 1 Jawalryi tua, ,la. Uol Silrtr Dlamoada. oiaa' itrtp BflT-lf Alan. Uri 1 lock of BrstkJatt ColT.t aalr 0 taaUparpooti. H. A. 0LC01T & CO., Ilt-K illNlalh l.,b.l. Dand K." TT BillUrdt. NATIONAL BILUARD Btt.ThlrtMntkA Fgurteinlh .treoti, Olar If ll.aal T Auatra. t.WW' Mai'afai Pfcala. w auu.r. Bannill. ..Wa'AfkA'lt." rr-fiitii Arcliitoots. ENRYR.SEARLES:g ab.Ly af a m U 1 I .- - J "" T B'rstt, epposlts Pott Office Depu 'r DepirtmnTb nODOlillfl'l DROO STORI. OP POSIT I J UttOBit Ttniplo rratklgoadtifttalvtd Iwtaa wtk.h.Ha ilait sttdtkttl a people who were scrupulous, about paring thalr ds. bis- Mr.Mvtheihipokfl Id teiardtojtbs.ratss nfinUrL in America tha rate would for a long tlmo continue higher than In Europe, and la now SUtes of our country It was and WAAL h hlirriap than In tha older SUtes. 110 gaVaSVBaCCOOO BA lutJWW"waua foreign Governments, and of some of our own Sutes, showing tbat no firs per cent, loans hod atUIned to par, aad ths United SUtes slxea of 1833, which be said were our best securities, had only recently been sold at so high a figure as W. This showed that we certainly overrated the Tains or ouf so- earltlM In lmajrlnLnir. , Mr. Morton spoke or tbo great demand for money, tho high rates of Interest which were offered) and alsoexpreued the opinion that the bonds as proposed by ths committee war tn bear too low a rata of interest. Ba also disapproved of putting different kinds of bonds on the market) hero, were tbrcs different kinds of bonds to be put out as once to Jostle each Other. He could uot but re gard this as an errorfj wa bad loo many kinds of bonds now. What be proposed was a simple bond which could be easily understood. If the Idea wad 'adopted, that a part of Ibis debt was to be left to Posterity, ud this, he thought, wsi right,1 U ui slate tho amount say one thousand millions-' and this generation will then bars done lu duty, It us then fund the debt la bonds redeemable la thirty, forty or fifty years, and there will bo noaifflcully la disposing of It, but other wis It cannot bo done. They fay K will be a grand, thing to pay off tho debt la twenty-five year, that It Will have great effart In forelga parts. It will rtAlly bo a gross Injustice to this generation to attempt anything of tbo kind! In regard tq (ho national banks tbey should bo re quired to loan their money at acompara tlraW low raU of intense, thalr Uxes should even ba reduced to enable them to do this. In tbevtb section oi idolui there if a du Unction of 10 per cent. In favor of tho old biski as against the new banks. Tba old banks have already their currency, and only no per cent, is to ua usueq ta tao now c-anas, and no provision Is made for Uklnguplho excess of 1Q per conU from the old banks Mr, M. then said tbat 11 tbls bill did not contract tho currency, and that powerfully, It would bo bscauso It was tnoperallri. TLls U easily to bo proved by referring to tho third section, which la effect prohibits tbo Secretary from paying oat any of tho United autes notes received for the hundred mil lioiMd per pent, bonds, oa sccosnt of the current expenses of tho Government. Now, what are sometimes called the creditor Sutes, tbat Is tbe Sulci to whom the money li owed may bo la form of contraction, but ths Western SUtes ars lnflixlbly oppossd to taken half an rushed lurougn. Mr. Kerr, of Ind., said the minority of Ibe committee could not report to-day. Tbe gentleman from Kentucky Mr. Winchester could not speak to-day ai ba wai HI. ii r. Iairersoll had no oblectlon to allow a reasonable amount of debate. Dot tbls bill had been discussed last session, and all saw lu necessity, for all knew tbo present condi tion Ot travel dc. ween iol citjana new Tork. If It could be brought up to-morrow again he would grant time for debate. W ir. i tJ mnl.l ttala .avail -1 MTU A(H V AUIA., luvu.yi u nmm m measure of entirely too ranch Importance to be roshed through tho nouse with haste. It was burlesque upon leglsUtlon to hasten matters, ai umi were uuwou uuu u would deoonstraU that there were provis ions lu this bill of a clearly unconstitutional fh.r.r(ir. Mr Ingartoll suggested there was a differ an-., of orlaloD on that point. Mr. Swann, of Md.t wanted an oppor I t unity to offer aa amendment, and time should be allowed for discussion, as thU bill proposed to overturn ths whole Internal im provement policy of the Government. It was a question of so much Importance that three or four dayi should be allowed for debate. Mr. Ingcrsoii said no naa no objection, but It was for tbe House to fix tho time for debate aid the time to be allowed Ho would ask tbe Speaker to sUU tbe condition of tbe spKlol orders before the House. Tbo Speaker suted that there were Quito a number of special orders, and tbe only way la wMch tbo bill could be considered cerulnly would bs to fix a day certain, and SUSpena Sit miesioaiauowou prior urucra tolnteiTete. That, howeTcr, would mnlre noanlmodi consent. , Mr. Ingttsoll then asked unanimous con sent to bare It made the special order on tba 23th of Msrch. Mr. Allium, nf fowa. obtected. Mr. Bco field, of Pa., suggested that If Ur. Ingertoll went on now, tbe bill would corns up ngularly every morning hour until SlatiAaado. Mr. Fanswortb,orill., did not think any additions, light would bo thrown upon, ibis measure by debate, as It had been already thorougby canvassed. He suggested action at once. Mr. Infcrsoll wai willing for that, and hs would tlerefore allow amendments to be offered. Mr. Brann then offered an amendment that tho tald road should not ba constructed until aflir tha consent ol the SUtes through which Ills to pass shall have been obtained. , The previous question was demanded, and the ameidment was rejected yeas S3, nays 110. PaA?nv further enniM -ration tha morn ing hour expired, and tbo bill went over iiniu i nnanaT. Mi. Davis, of N. T.. gare notice that at the first opportunity be would report tho bill to amend ths natural but Ion Uws from the Committee oa bo Judiciary and ask a TOW Upuil ! The House Ihen.on motion of Mr. Bar- gent, went Into Committee of tha Whole and ressmed consideration of the Indian appro priation bill. After discussion, tho bin having been com pitted, lbs committee rose, and tho bill aa amended was reported to tbo House and passed wiinowA atnswn. Tbe House then, oa Mr. Schopek's motion, went into Committee of tbe Whole on the Urlff bill) Mr. Wheeler, of N. Y. la tbo chair, Mr. 8c he nek said he bad Id ten Jed msVIog some preliminary romarks on tbo bill, bu( is bis colleague on tho committee sir. Brooks had been called away by public business ho woold yield to him. Mr. U rooks, of N. Y., then adjressod tbo House la opposition to tba pending bill. Ho revlowedtho course, of Urlff leglsUtlon of this Government from 1843 down to the present time, and contended that each sue ceodlng Urlff had Increased over tbo lormer one, and this he condemned aa usury. Uo called tho attention of tba House to tbo lib- enormous taxation was reduced. and he believed that If the people really knew how heavily they were Uxed they wouia rise in revolution, lha commituo rose. '- - Mr Butler, of Massachusetts, roso and re ported, he said, from tho Committee on Re construction, a bill for the admission of Georgia to reprcsenUtlon In Congress. air. jamsworta, vi iiunoto, maaa toe point of order that the Committee on Recon struction had not authorised tho gentleman to make that report. The Speaker said that It was not a proper point of order. Mr. Farnsworth would submit to tho gen tleman from Mauachuaetu whether be was authorised to make tho report f Tho Speaker said It was not a question of order, but a question of Toractty. Amid a good deal of confusion, Mr. Farns worth asked Mr. Butler to answer bis ques tion. Mr. Butler saU bo reported tho bill Ibe other day, and It was ordered to be printed and recommitted, as everybody understood, tar tha bnrwMa of belnE reeorled back, lie conceived, therefore, that ho was authorised td renort tha bill. Mr. Farnsworth asked whether tbe com mittee hadt evsr reconsidered tho bill since It wa rornrnmlLUd. Mr. Bauer waa not auposca to do catechised. Tho Speaker said the gentleman rrom Uaaaaehnsetu said he reported the bill from the committee, and tho Speaker would sub mit the qdostioa to tho House whether they would receive U as tbo report of the com mlltee. Tba question wa pat, and by a t-ira won rote a majority was clearly la faror of ae cepttnc U a tho report of tbe committee. Mr.Farnsworth demanded tho yeas and nays, and wanted tho House to understand that tho committee had not authorised the report The Speaker ruled debate oat of order Mr. Cox, of N. Y.t. moved to adjourn, and seTeral gentlemen Insisted at tho same tlmo upon having tho floor, and good deal if FrinfVallni CBBned. The motion to adjourn was rejected by a vote or v yeas to v djb. Tne opeaaer iaia several executive com- . .1 - ..--.aa .laa TlAMa. aa.,1 t,aa4 LnUulCBlluQB Lrciuro iu uvu. auu iucut without further action on the Georgia mat ter, ths noose, on tnotloa of Mr Butler, at 4.43 p. m. aajournou W1SB IHQTOil FACT AHD iBfEEa.lO!U, IxTBMit, Bbtbitui Ricxim ycsUrday were $837,513.51. Two urtxiot dollars wers drawa from ths Treasury yesterday for the payment of pcoalons. NoaUKATiois. The President sent the following nominations for naval appolnt- menU to tbe Bcnate yestcrdayi John W Ross, to bo asslsUnt surgeon John W. Jordan and Lewis Ilord to bs asststaot pay masters. Tub following naval orders were Issned yesterdayt Ordered, Lieut. George E. Wln gatd to tha Bangui. DeUched, Master Washburn Maynard from Ibo naval acad emy, and ordered to torpedo doty al New port, R. Li Eastga Jesse B. Smith fro sig nal duty, sod ordered to the Alaska ai sig nal officer. Wall's Oris Housb. Mr. MoWada had a fuller house Last night than on any previous occasion. Tbe self-coendence (or self-coasclousoess) as an actor lahU own powers U a polt lo his fTor.Aai wo .-. Uke greatly if Mr. MoVi ado does not make W. RlYaa WlnkW tb YauWlnkloof tha stage. Scixkttt roLtCTCRXs- The course of scien tific lectures under tho ausplcei of the Touog Men's Christian Association, win ba given this evening In Lincoln Hall. Tha subject, ''Geology, wilt bo lUoslraUd lo "Hie pro gressive changes of the earth and IU Inhabi tants, and tho destiny of tbo globs from geological, indications. At tob bari bit Solicit it. OS of a largo number of prominent citizens, we glrs much of our space Ibid morning to tha publication of Ror. Dr. Sunderland! reply to ReT Dr. While. In consequence of Ibis pressure upon oar columns, we hare been compelled to cut down reports of mealing held last night, and to omit tbe rmbllcauott ot in- leresuugncTTs ucmi, Tub PaxarnssT lias selected tbe follow ing named gentlemen as members of tho board of visitors to attend the annul exam ination at tha Naval Academy, In May next. Th'os. Cadwalader, New Jerseyi SUnley G. Trott, South Carolina) Gen. W. W. Reynolds, United SUtes army, John R. BArtleU, Rhode Islandt Hoses Taylor, New Yorkj laol Dil lingham, Wisconsin) Frofessoi H. C. WU soti, Minnesota. Exousa OrxAA. The famlUar lyric com position, by Flotow, "Martha," was rend ered la an eicellent style at the National last night bytherarep opera tronpe. It U unnecessary to partloulaiiao as to any specUl reprcsenUtlon In any part, for all lha special rof were, rendered wun great credit, whether as to action or TColUailon. To-night there will bo repetition of "The Marriage of Figaro." Aiioao tho visitors at the office of the BecreUry of tho Treasury yesterday was Senator Revels. Tho object was to ascer Utn tbo method of procuring appolatmenU. Hs said he bad tbe apleaUons of sereral worthy men, aod be could Touch for them. BecreUry Bootwell, after giving tbe Infor mation requested, aald he fait great Inter est la the welfare of tbe colored people, and 1vmtaXtfitB"HniJ&UJsLlbp UHax of ap Ihelr claims, aa had been done daring this Administration. THE HEWS BY CABLES UTtEAT BR1TAI1T. Trial Trip or fttoona rrlcalePresa poet ef tbe Land Bill Proeoodlwca rrarllmneal RaaltBa etnro. LoxDOr,Mar4h S The new frigate Oaptaln on her trial trip mad eleven kaots aa hoar with one serew revolvlog al half speed. The trial trip Is rtgardod as a complete aueeess. Tkd lrlih nBi bars will propose antnd mtots to the laad bill, but will aet propose It as a whole. Ths House orCominoas rsai the psturallia (too bill a second and the Sunday trsdlag bill A third tlms to-day. aiadttoaosUtadthit tbe FtaUa ptleoatrs wer ktpt apart from othsrs, aad were trsatod bettor, II aorta I of. Tha wife of O'Donovaa Betas had btan pormlttad to visit bins la prlsos, and, while thats, tbo eoogratuUtod hltn on bis Improved appeariaet. (Laughter.! Tho war ctttmites are undtr thlt ttea mil llenpouads, L.OVD01-, Mftrah s Mr. tlotkla dsltverod a ltttur to-night at Oxford Ualvtrsity ea'Ar t the Handmaid of Utility," la Ihe arss Ol wlviohhssald, "attflvaa for a tokaowBodge, grace to utility, aod trus heart to a dead agr, la which machine work is omolpoUst led tbe photograph dlsplaeta humbug. Tet wan Engimd Is deafened with btiislaff loosas, tho psopU go bard, whlls hr soil Is blaak with fast, her people freoss, while har ahorse are alive vtlth commerce her people famish." ncfmiA. Ur. llurUnsTnme's Last IslcrTlefr wills Itoynlly. St. PsTtnsnrao, March S A short time before tbo dtath of Mr. Barllsgame. the Ohineto Arabsusilors bad their first audioes, with tkoCssr.to whom tbeywers prssentcd by rrlaes Oortscbakoff. Bfr. UufUnrame.lotroduclng the Ambassa dors, addresteJ tho Emperor as follows t Btatt lathe nam of myself and my eol-l-.f uta, I Bato the honor to pre to at thoutUr of tb Kmperor of Ublna aeeredltlax ma to . a I....-..l L.a a.l.k a a -Aa ..aa Kahitf. you, aoa iipmiini ui w. .- ai-.- .J J B.iBa ah vAma M...ll.Bnfl Af ItlAB Rtl! IUU UB.IIUVI VWB an Imrtot lai I omlly. and for tb p suca4iB. ottiand hoaltbot your Macsstyandof to BtUtiy. BDUIOr .HOVIuafariBr w iwvi TB..R.1 mat tn r-aeall to ml&d Ih ar- viae ol your able rpreolaUy ai rsBio, Oaa. VoUag-.U,whoa polity of taulty and au.ni.iiaa .mirihniiA to lainlr Otilaa to otfotlato with other nation a.aad Uaia bar aow to daalara hot dcslr that th frleadly raUtlooa bttwtco Ituttla and Uhloa, which hays fu ll ted three osnturl, may ba perpetual. Tha Empror replied. "It Is agrasabl lo ao you hare, for sou pis snt rreib prooro of tb patlflaralatloas wkth uall Itussla and Ublna. aad whlabj Ih aate tlatloos you ar about to eater upon will draw slot r. It Is partloularly agMtaabl an to tb lnlerattt of Ohloa ontrattsd to tko elllsaa of a Slats pacUlly oympaUstls with Rusala.' Ths embasty waa recslvsd with all tha honois ateordidto diplomats of thVfclghttst rank. TUB ECUMEHICAI, COUItCUa. Tbe Amorlean Blabopaoa rpllm- rolllbllltyi BaCSSBLs, March SpUpatehes from Rome aaysvtry effort Is bolar mids lo ladoeo IB Americao bishops to deIars ror Papal lafalll Mlity, but so far the ultramopUoos bay bat a nicctMfaltatteuTlol thalr adb.slos. AttEBICAHCpMHRBOE. Moetlua- of Maine Ship Holiaet b m Owners Aelleta ai ajQWBrot"- Committee Bsidioraed-lleseliitlouo Adapted. . &SLVAST, Ma., Marsh A-A mass meeting of tbsahlp builders and shipowners on the P nobteet waters was held to-day. Jamts 1 Whits, of Bilf-tt, presided. Resolutloot wera reported dsaiarlag the deprssaad cObdIUon of Amsrtcaasommafct.layotylog Immenw ksi to lbs Uduttry of Main, dsmand rodic-i, aad endorsing the report of tha Confresilviiai ODVUtM and bills aeeompanyliig tht sitae Tioo'L'ialutioiia dtclar that no marl dm Mlwhlehhas nglettedlts aavlgailoa lottr (10,104 that tha United SUU a stead all others In lommnilil rsioutoes, but tasks rvtaiiAl taalalaUoni that aiPOitd as WA are lowaUr approaches oa every stdswearaaol for a normal sf wlth-lt ship yards, sallies LihsaUs and edusaUd mersaoUl vatlD wtlftwbleh to man the navy lo tin Of wsri that -Mains, as a leading ship bulldlag SUU.ll lbs greatest eaffsior by the com merdal dlsu'ts of the WI ' till loyal to ths V and Jag, and only a.ks as frltadly leglsllU.-"1 " th ' S the altlxeasof othr comma, " """";:'' rtstors hsr own waste pU8c,SaM Mtui nation la regaining ruiatl ommre, -log ihsraby a great souroo of wsalth aod civ. Uatlos. aad la war a rollanoa for aatloaal de fenet, that lion. Johtr Iraeh aod tho other atnUn kof tb OongresBlooal commttUa have tbe tlncere thanks of the meeting for their abl report, and wsaarnestly ask Coo grtts to grsnt relief so long toof kt. Th resolutions were unaaimossiy auoptoa. Tna Housr Commtttxb en Elbctioss yesterday decided against the claim of Jos. 8egar,as ReprcsenUtlre at Largo from tbe Slate ot Virginia- Tho Tote stood flvo for to seven ocalnst Mr. Serar'a fUlra. Tbe sub-committee on tho contested Louuuaa case (HnntTs. Sheldon) made two reports, tho majority Messrs. Stevenson and Har den In faror of Mr. Sheldon reUiolngbls seat, and Mr. Kerr In faror of Hunt's claim to tbo seat. Tha reports will go to the IToaie In a few days. Tub ooum ittsb lepreseatleg the National Tobacco Association were la consolutioa wllU Commissioner DeUno for seven hoars yesterday, during which tha resolutions and recommendations of tho asaoclalUm were thoroughly discussed. The committee earnestly advocated a uniform Ux ot 10 oeuts per pound oa all manufactured tobacco, bat tho commissioner, without expressing any de cided Opinion, thought the proposition would not be favorably considered A uniform tax of 3d cenU per pound might perhaps bs agreed upon. He did express himself as op posed to an extension of the. bonded ware house system, and In faror of a Ux on Im ported cigars of $3 per pound, W per cent. ad yaJorim. Tho committee will hare an Interview with tho Committee of Wars and Means to-day, when the whole matter Final Atljoiirnmeus-Hew th Tine Hlh..-a.a.l. I off the Session IIa Beam Upend. ... vw .. ""w" I . .. a.-... aB.il A ... I .aa. MOBTOO-CB-Tt AIM " ....-..- Y1KUI.11 A. Dealrtiellve Vlre-130 UandaTbrown ont off Work. nicnuOBD, March I.-One of the buU-Ungs of the Msoehsster cotton aid woolso maau. factory was burnt thlt ertnlng. Loss, 410,000, Ortr a hundred and fifty hands ar thrown eat of employment. Ia ths X-f I tutor to-day bill was reported requiring aU tb SUU erasers to Uka tho fourteenth atnndtnnt oath. AI.A11A1IA I.KOtSlJk'llIBB. TUB DfSASTEB TO THE ONEIHA. The following were received at the Navy DepAitmeot yesterday! Diri.tTWSl.rOF Svavs, I WAaniBiiTOB. MarakS. 1B7D. I 7 lit, ftorgt X, Aobtloa, Stcrtlary 0 (A dim I har th honor to ineloio for your lafaiBiatlaD copy of a ttt-arram whleh X bav Jntt relvd from th lalted SUU Minister to Japan, rclstlv to tb loss of tha st tamer Uosua. Your obedient servant, mm llAkULTOBTFlSB. h'saattori Jamta Huddarda. urrvont Nloholat Andaroon, aotlng bostswftlnt wm.w. (Jrown- la'aelarkt TUlUm Annerton, cral policy of other countries as compared with our illiberal poUct Ho Instanced lalt, coal, hides, lumber, pig Iron aod other articles tbat were heavily tayad here, but which were comparatively free in Europe. Uo dented tho necessity of a high UrlU, for In hU estimate tho surplus rsviruuo for tbo current year woold reach at least one hundred and. twelve million. Mr. U. quoted from arrival reports, commercial unities of exports, Imports, A.C., to show thai the country was In a condition of far greater and advanced prosperity than last year, and that tho yeductlou or $30,000,000 la tbe tariff therefore, proposed by ths Wsjs HOVJ llAMILTnW t ibh, oecrnary o aiair Total toso or thUaltadBtateiUmerOiitlda ii thlt bay on tho 3tth ultimo b j cotlltloa with bngllah nail staaner Bombay. Wreck dla eovrd. Armament mar possibly b reaov rod. Thorough Investigation bloghIJ Fur- iillBDI BW " i4 l Bin, Andron, aotlna bosts l,nainuiiii.i. - . -, .aa aa .ant Thflnil lUfltV. O. II, nett. anaat Henry n-eott,U Si MUhaol Uoiit. U. 11 1 William lit it o-y, 1) a ( l.harlao Itrowo.U hi i Pat Uua&lntbaa. Oral 1. F.) J. Uonntlty, P. M. A. cEluc, W, It. lloy A. nkn-. U. F. Drar. O. lit II (lannsry. U. II t John tf rn, second V. n i J. Ilousen, O. S.i Wm. Haiti, 0. 11.) M. Htnrj, ft. AI, nastari J Joott.U. S Itaao Jooat, O. N ( Jsmea J or. daa.eoKwatai Uorg Vf. KautTiutn.Ii.D.S W. U. King. 0, A ( U. J. Kelly, J. Mnrloet T, Lvona, P. hLt Jotoph P. J.oog, O. Si John Long, first boyt Jamas MtDonitld, sooonl F. H l LJajurJ AXulooh, st cond ', M. I'btlllpt MsDonald, I..U. H) Martin Mlchftel.U. Hi A Man, captain' boyi Hlebaol Murray, ship' MiAbi P.l.r Nirmin. in H I F Hoard. I.. 11 8 i Wathlogton Pattly, K. M Uharle ltyan, O Si Edward lletlly, trst U. F, Mi Wm. II. JtOBcn. U. a jono ltutnoy toaniaui Aioert ltugayfirt. seamani John Bweouey, aeoond V Mi Pottr Smith, U. ll Henry lAndert, O H i Thomas httvtoion, seeoad O t Abrahnm Klalboff, A, P, P Patrick bhhan, U. 11 1 inoiaaa naara, u.f. n. p aiwuit cnuii ,-, u , J Stanley, orp a gun captains b. T 1 ass H T. l. bort Wm. Taylor, taaraani William Tinker, Bond O C-K) Edward TaU, on D Y M Wm.Trlet.P M-iUsnry Mel, first boy ObrtitUBYayr,0.. rt . (Signed) . O. K DkI.oio, Minister RetldSDt In Japan. Forwarded from Sao. Franoisso March 2 Tho Freight Agents Convention ia New Orleans has aljdnrned to meet la Memphis, Tennessee. Auditor Wlckl I .To was unanimously lm peached lo tha LouUlann Legislature yesterday. Bbxtkt Lixut. Col. M. J. Ludimotot, quartermaster, has been temporarily re lieved from duty la tho Department of tho Missouri, by Capt. D. W. Bradley. Capt. A. E. Dates, 2J U. 8. cavalry, his bocn or dered ts report to Gen. R. O. Tyler, chief quartermister mlllUry dlrlsloa of tbo South, lo Inspect horses for thecaTalrydeUchmenl at West Tolnt. Tho following transfsrs harsbeea mads la tho 16th U. B. lafantryt First Lieut. U. C. Ward, company D to com pany Ki First Lieut. O.U. Noble, company K to company D) Becond Lieut. B. u. wuiat from company 0 to company D, and Second Lieut. G B. FIckett from company D to company C. First Lieut. H. H. C. Dan woody from, battery B yo company S, 4th U. B. artillery, and First Lieut. Crosby F. Miller from company B to battery B. Tbo following officers of the engineer corps biro been ordered to report to the commanding general mlllUry division of tho Faclflct First Lieut. D. W. Lockwood, FUU Lieut. Clinton B. Scarij Tub Salb or CADiTiniM. Tho Military Commltteo further Investigated the case of Mr. Mungsn ycisrday (A man namea Wllsoa testified that ho received $300 for tho CAitutshlp. Two hundred aod twenty five dollars of 1Mb ha pocketed, and gave seventy-five dollars to a man named Broth erton, through whose Influence tho cadet ship was obulned. it was la evidence that Mr, Mongeo koew nothing of this transac tion, and did not recetro ono coot of the money. Other witnesses will bo examined. Mr. Covodo appeared before tho commlt teo yesterday and domanded that the laves ligation commenced against blm should be finished. The Inquiry In Ms co was ar rested by the Illness of Hon. Win Mill ward, of Philadelphia, an Important witness, Mr. Mtllward, It seems, got tbo appointment of the cadet rrom Mr. uorodo and sold It for 11.000. At Mr. Corodoa roqutsl, Messrs. Negley and Wltcber hays been appointed a spflclol commltteo to proceed to Philadelphia and examine Mr. MUlward. AU tbo testi mony against gentlemen who are not mem bers of this Congress his been sealed up and will probably never again see tbo light of day, tho House having determined not lo prosecute Inquiries la thai dlrecllou No I nw cases are reported. Bothhousesof tha I.glsUUr agreed to ad journ at nldnlght. The session nss s.a w d.TI, .Ud HI Oil'" war. paaaau, mi. .w- . aoatlr .onatlln.d 111 l.f.llllir mnlifia, makial Jlior... a l..lt t -r-Jlt or lb. Still to r.llroidi. Aa.lh.rEiJilblll.-.'Brnl.ltlrAr-r.BRMl. N.w Yot, U.tili Ij-Blllf EJWKl. "4 D.rn.r A. roa h... tr..f.J fllht t. o.r wllkla tot., noolhi, (ot .1.0 M l tl UiU willht thamplooiblp. Th. it.k.a to tb. SJiritJi-UollTar rtli. Rfht h.t.i tt .pp.nr., bcn .mb..lt.J bf mc.i.Di.r riora in. i.mpor.rj . . Lk.boll.r. Tb. Ion w.. nium.J by tb. lampor.tr .t.k.baUir, a E4.nl. b.i t c.lr.4 tb. n.B.r' Ml.ll T.l.srapbl. BmlllH. Tho Kew York Chamber of Commoroo jeitenlaj adopted roaolatlou fATOaioc tb. arldeoloff and ImproTement of th. WriUnd e.o.1 and deploring tho dtith of Anion Burllogame. Jodgo DUtcUford, of New York, hat denied thi motion to dlichart. th. attach, merit In tho caio of John W. Ouahlng and other, agalnat property In IhlB country be longing to John Laird, tho builder ot tbo Alabama, and looking to peonnlary dam age, for tbe destruction of th. .Up, Bonora. A icmnorarjInJaoclloahMjjeen granted at Edinburgh agalnat tbo eat. ,of Imported coplc. of Tenniioo'a worki-publUbed by rieldt.O.gooddtCo. I'diaengera now go to California Ih all day. and twenty hour., .nd freight. In fir. teen to wentwn day,. Not an hour'. d i tentlon b ecQttrtod thl winter eaat of SM lake. Wm. rlmef, prominent monb.at ot Klctimond, and ltobert W. Colllor, a ro il nent member of tbe l'ctcribnrj bf.,bgiU died yetlcrday. A Ucayy .now .torm prcr.llcd In 81. Loull ye.lcrday. . t ... Tweoty-.li aai'tlonal mile, of tUaltU Kiurl Ulrer, Tort Smith, and Oal( raUroad, loath of Fort Bcolt, Kaneai, 1. Completed, and wm opened to bmlnee. yeetwdaj.'1 " Robert I). Loomli, tclegrapU operator at Tail a'Lontre, l.onltlana, wai drowned tbcro yesterday. The Democratic Stale C nlral Commltteo of Louisiana has passed ulutl,iiii pro tt. ting QKaln.t tli, organ aM,uii ul a third party.