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WASHINGTON CITY. D. 0.. MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1870.
BT COOPER LATIHIESt. Anfi'l.
f Suececiors to Jac. O. MoOulr A Oo )
RoalhwMlcoracr ef paaeaylveal aveas Bad
A EDPBRlO COtttOTinil Of BOOK
Tinn or BOOEJ AT
Oa TBITB1DAT. April llal. " at
'llock, aa Ifo.t ?. !, i oilii
Bewa. weahAltatlaipartor eolleatton ol MU
ftP 11 If
T QEEBN KIft, Aaccivaeer.,
a.) ik I an 4 MMHirli
Alasa.aa'rla Hmu. laJ
tbaeffleaof thaMayor at tbaottr of Ajara-Srl.
autaai t irgiw.'
rirg.au. I will tall al r-nbllo aaeUoa, at
IrilalA, at II o'clock a m . of th Rltasay of
-tbat norilaa f aa
I, til Ikllm
alrta abb baoreatowa oBel Bad aorta
.7it.a f.ir.Mlla Baa 'Taattla boa4
'ikVToat-rall Raa,'raadla boa 14 walha
tlf the Patum ta rlvar and Iba Bart ay aa
eaaiby Ua Patutn te rltar and aa Iba aorta by aa
eilet or fana eeil Ablagtoo, aoatalBlag aaa
inirHltlMi .o-TB.rr --.
Thanarwa at ealai Caa Ibowii
Mr4 byaot. with laloieii laarraar lairaoB
014.110 BOIIOI IBia Nl. ,cibijib cnaramiai
If Irepotaaaisatetbelraitae apoa lhoamoBSI
raof.aMhntbaiar 'ale , , ,
Porta romilaoar erdll of ill. Iwtlr, Sad
alghteea foaathawlU be give area tha sola of
lha pBreheaar. with lata rial, oeiored brd at
ail apaa Iba premiaeo leaver a eeisg at tne
0RHi.il it Wibr. .'(-.m
BT URKI.N A WlliMAflN,
Auctioneers and Real Eatat Brokers.
a.319,Rgtbaal WHl of Eetaalh aad D alraata.
TROSTRtV Hit! HP TltDiBtR IMPROVirt
propikti uRsornnf jhbt,detwrh
BLEVESTfl ASID TWELrrU BTKKITf.
BfvlrUaof IwodMaiof trail from Wa.Tel
hart at ax ,U the aaeMgBd, date 10th Jai,
!m. aad 17th March, ISO), aad rrcorjtd la Ltbar
lOl , 11. totU 171, uiTa E.JT .Ifl,
aUo4o aa4altarqiltf Ikolraaiararaf lha
alHIa aofllattoa eor tbartnr,wa wtllaalli
altba pratalao. aaSATUKDAT. lha HSitalar r
Aprtl laalaat, aiaJOo'eloak p. m iba waal hl'
Lot aataborai a I a. (.t la fcqaara aambarai
alia kaadrad aa4 a aatr ! COM.) fraattac
tifaatr (Ml ft aa 1 atraot, aad aitaadlac
Mk la Ik rar af lha lo with tha lBprTatau
Taraiiafaalai Aaatblrd auV.af wilah 30nal
ka dapoaltodal lha llsaaf aala aad lb raalda
wttkla tfadayalliaraattari tha aaUaaalaali aad
twalva atealka, Uba ad bra dawlnf traal
wllk lalataak iMMlkl Jll Af !. If IhlUrMa
araaot cotapllad wUb witbla flva day a. lha do
poatttob forfalud aadihaproparir raaold allho
rlik aad eit of lha allaia-l i
t idWard CLiKK,
Y)T tiRHBN AWiLLIAItll, A -ieira
X loutbaait aorntr Sartnth and I atraot.
TOR IALR BT POBUO iCOTIOK.
aOa WDI1RDAV. Iho -Oih dar of April.
tSTA at 1 oo ok. . . w- ahalf Mil oa im
pranlMt A valatbia PARU ooalaLalaf 1Q0
oaaalaUaiat atbr-a atorr briok dwalltat ko,
Ublofor llMra oarrlaca Iimm. Iwobaraa,
oraaad irala ha, twa lata tablo ioimi, a
rial mill "wo a ad a half itorUa blab, tald tli la
worhlai Madttloa aal Mpabta of rladlatva
taadradhaabalfof aora sday a fraraa dwalltat
oaaooppoaliaibo ntll Tkaro aro lattrat athar
tkaa oa Iko farai latUbla for Uak parpoaaa t
alao. a Urea araturdwiib a vartaif or fratt traaa,
plaalraf walaraali farmaada aalpiar aprta
thabat wator Tha abrofar taabaalthrao
alloofnim Waahtaflloa Ti ad abtaieaa rail
from (k laaaa Aailaai oiar lb flatr lard
1T lUJOFER at L.lTIJir.B. AmrCrm
iDr Sttaatiaori to J. U. MeOolra hOo,) ,
toalbwaot aoraar or PaaaarlraaU kfOBia -ad
CHAWOIRT IILI ArTALUARtltTftlM.
PROVED REAL ESTATE IM THE ElRlT
Br vlrtt of a daarooof tb lapma Caa ft ft Ua
Ulrltlaf ColinHtia.baarlBi lih lUdir af
niiifial af rnliimliii. hakrta ill lha 111 da
Ottabtr. A 0. IMP, aad paaaad la a wharala
Aaaia K. vaiarartiaoonipiaiaaat.aaa ariaaraaa
ma ua vaiaaari aaa ataar aro
ail of Waahtaauia .a Lola a1
froattaf Mfaaloa f woalr aliib atrao wmii Ua,
tlA.1 fraailaafa ?nl. aala Taraal alalk atraai
aad II fot oa aorih L alraal. aid aUvaa, (tl.)
fraatlai M ft alao oa aorth L atraai. la tiar
aaaiaaraft aitaaa. iai aoaiaiaiac ioaiaar aitaai
Ikuiui uiirmfHi. nariir Iml 4 allaalai
aaar I aad whI of ai Itaphaa'a Charah aad aaatb
aaaa oa taa oar oi aai. aaa raaiaaa la taraa
aqait laaullBwata al a(a twalv. aad Ifhvaaa
MBtkt.raapaatlTtlr. wlib laUraat. to baaaovrrd
r apprattd aUa. with raarrd llaa." Tha tanaa
or aaia am a
onplloawllb laawk aflai
r tha propartr nap b rld al tha rtak aad
at lha nanikiif. mJttw AMVMk'i aotlaa.
uaartraaciaaaad fiappa ttba'aiaioi lbPf
Aaetloacara and Raal LUU Uroktrt,
E. 3t0 laathaaat aoraar ol ItibUi aad D iU,
PH Br lrlof adaaiof traal from EL Clalf
r v.- 7rr ":." ..:r. .T.r.
C.M vavia aaa
r T1 OB ta suia T oi 1'FnaMr,
raordad"a Ltbar BU H, Po.. r.ll.
d oa th tBtb dp af lplnVr. IM, aal
. Aaa t,t tka Iad Haaitrda la Waahlaalai
OAaairi 1 wilt aall. aa UUflUATi lb vih dar ol
Uh. 70. fraalaf thaoranlo a. al Iba hoar a
A a'alock. p m , all that part f la of iraad la
Ut otip of Waahlaftaa aaaarad Bt IS.I la
aqaar a o cab rod a aaadrd aad alBtrtkraa
(lalr-ftaaardl (o lb aabdlvltl .a Iharaof bf
aeiaai uaviatiruaiaB a ai
4 r Waa Karri
ad la LI bar R O
i. ana r
L al a .
frarar-at Ibartlo halif bad far towr !!
Alao. lha waal half of Lot fear (O ' BbtII
mb' abdllal(ia of aald fqaar IA. Iba una
rraattaf faarwaafrat Ms laahaa. taaraarlaaa, oa
K UihL it ball - tha un nrovanr oBTTd to
uilnlUa ululi UXlnt I
aald Pavla br A. Ilrda aad faba O Clark b daad
datadlioTaiabard.llw-, aadrardad laLthar H
O T, Ha. SI. Mloa 9&Slaa rafaraaa lowhlah
It horabr nada for a lallar darlplloa af tald
fropartr, with lha jmproTaaiaala. whlat ar a aow
bra Blorr fraato lloaaa. froallffaa K atraati b
twaaaOoBaaallaal avaaa aad KlfbtBlb irl
Tar ma Oa third eah UlaicoUl, 11 aaa It
maatha. Iba Biitkiur la a-iaa aalaa for lha aaa
frradparBiaU.b4arlBClaUrartfr-tt day rf aala.
AlaadilvM aad a dad la iraal takaa oa tba
praailaaa. All a-TBtar aid aiaropt al Iba
immpiii sows wh-
10 loriaa anoaia not bo
i aftar aala, th traatao
a propanr M ia ra
larahaaar. br attar
tlalBgiaabraaala Ihroattmaa la torn awppf
"" " '" "j5ff"Ooa?ii,Tii.
1)T TTJfa 1- TTALI. dk CO,
Narw Harhla BnlldlBr.
atom Boa. BOu aad iw athor. roaaiylTBaU
CHAR CERT liLS OF VALUABLE ! UP HO VI D
KBAIj IITITI AT Till UVSKU U( lr
tu a r aaar wur itv
flunia. in iriininuiun. ii. u
Al "PUUUbASV UKIIfl IIUUBB " .
By tlrlB of a daw paa4 Mah 1.1$70. by Uo
r-fJIBapramaCoBrt f tha DUIrlot of Oat ambit, la
L-ltaally aiMtag. U U laot of jCvrooraa
ammkliia ra llaarr Duailaaa at al. Ha. 1673,
aaii aTuaikaa Ha. B ar aala anart. Iba aabacrlbar.
rTT-..--Tr.r.r -;--.-;;;i.ir . ..i
aatraitoa, will atpoaa ror aaiaat pa a it a aaatioa,
to lha btabaat bld4ar.a MOHDaT, th aasosd dar
of May, A. P. 1170, at Ro'tfak.p. m la frail of
lb praailaaa, lb fallawlar ptaoaa or panala of
Brraadrbalaa la Uaaltr alt Wuhlactoa. 0 0 .
(hat U 14 aari That lot, plat or para. of Cffaa
IUBai,lilacaad balag iathaauoara aaiaborad two
aad rad aad (waaly-ibr, ll, la tu ally of
raaordaoT plat of aald aqaar, bagioalag for tho
aad ihaaraBBlBgBorth with Ut lUf rtltoBlk
!raatwaatfgrlrl)fatt lha daa aaatotahaa
drad aad Iwa Iwalflhi (lOOB-mfaal, U th lla f
lolaambarpd faar.t4 Ufa with ltaaf aald lot
aambaradfoar (lldaa aaath roriy ivjfaai. wiao
aorth ilda of aonbaatraatiaailbsBCa with tba lla
ff Borth Oalraa daa wait oa baadrdaad tw
4 Outiqaara faat aadSaau latbaa f groaad,
Alao. part ofa lot. plaeaarpareal of groaaddaatf.
aa ad by haaaabr.df, IA.IU aplaiof atab-
dlf laloa af lha orlildaf lata la Ibo aqaaro aaa
barod two haadr-4 aa4 twaaly tbr lf la th
tha aarTBTar'a Onaala aalA altc. boaii
lha Uaai tbarof forlr (1 faat from tha aaatb wtit
aoraaraf tald taaarat thaa raaalia with tha llaa
ofrirtoaBth atrl wsat do horth la a 110) faati
thaadBaaaal baa drad aad two lwtVlaa(10d
t 111 faat to lb IIP of lot BBmborvd faartt) tba aaa
wlib Ibo Ua of lot BBDbtrtd fear. Hi d aoath
tait)faat jo Iba ltao of Irt aBmbariIlro,B
rad lwoiwithhif.iOOS.il) fool to iba baffiBlat,
aoBtaJalag) 001 aqvara faat aad taaarolaibaaof
groaad, with all tho balldlaga, ImproyaBtaaU.
ruhta,aappart.aaBooatotboial4 lota paloag
fill praparty It mut Uribly Blloatad al tba
II to IBB iiuiari iuiiiiii ii,muiwi
..Tata ftf alat
Oaa ihlrl aaabl Ihi raaifaa la
aqaal sitallmBU af oa third lack for
aalaa Ara la ba atiaa DBtabla taaDOOllt'lr
f. 11, aad 11 moat ha from Jar of aalo with laUraat
from tald data. Tho tlllo will ba rata rt ad till fall
im U0117 bapaia. Baitianaiio a bbbbb
f Iba ha mat r
111 A it i. ww w
aplaoSw WM. L. WALL ACQ.. Aattloatait.
ftAtE or a haVt VEIIEL, t"
v If API DlPABTMBBr,
vaiii r uBBtar;cTi4a aiv
TbdTrBaBlttartai tba tight towllbdraw
pay tb appraliad alt
flOj par ciatoja Uinto.
it aay paiahaaar wh will
aawiiw aa lairaaa f taa
tiaanuaaa. itaia,wiuoBr ir iiii,iiiiihi
At. Ua Moth dap of April laataat, al a'afatk,
p. .. oa tha prvmtaaa, at pabllo aaattom t Iko
hlhaatblddr, all ihuaodaalrabl IftTaor paraala
ad alaa. fS.l
Tho Wary ltprtioaat will offa for ibt l
pabllo, aaatlaB. atlho UbIIoiJ ftaut Ba?t lard,
BiooBlya,oaLtha Hi day of April, 187d. at 11
o'clock, a., tb ttya. oak f(aia, avppaf fanfaaaJ
,.,.w. u, ,
Oraoqiosa, olaVaaaaaraaait. . .
Tha tf Mai aad hat lattalor oaa ktbmtBd
ataaylimaoa applieitloa U tha Commaidati f
Ua TATi.. Ob half of thswbol amoBBl oftb
parabaaa moaay rnatl badopoalta altha Km of
rhiraaftar, aad laa tea.al aatl ia raaarad from
h aaty sard wliala lw(t) wtaka from lb diy
BT WW, l. 1VAI.I, A ro., Ancla.
Nw Mirblt Ualldior,
Mo 900 lad (MM, R R. or Pa at aadvthSL
TRPSTIE'S HALE OP A TRR1E RTORT BRICK
'vaa any umiB k RTKIITi HiTniiin
a MOIfOAT ATTBRROOIf April 19. hi
),taqara aombanolfl.i o K atraai. bolwaat
roan i aad rifth alraala, aol aoraar of aa alloy,
IBiH.. -,...--j.v.( V..-- ---r- .
Tarmaot miaarat mriiira .
.jii.uik. nL iaaaat. ! aa aarasl bra
doadoftraateaib rraraliaa ild All, aiavay-
aaa a ! 'Tiittl)npulPoribiif'iuil,
d-pil TO will b rtQBiMd i
aa aooa aa lb
proparlj I J-
IfftHE'dUn II MILLEI. Troala.
WH L WLIIU, illnMf.
1T COOPRH I.lTinr.It. Ancl'ra.a
I p SacafilorB in jaa. u nttuuira uw..i
OB". OltT PAHLUHRUlf E, DAMaf
HORAVRnOLaUWAllR. rKRaru R
I A BLR RET,
i i u oau i
I BUI n
fafrna n.ippili ntnKI'in ITTlMlTl
IM'I KOUN rUK
C" M MuilOAT'llOBRIlfa, April 1R,170. at
rTV lOo'eloah, allha lit ranldaaeaof tba luilaa
UL MlaUtar. old Bo 1AU paailraBlaataa.
Vbfiwaaa saroatrtath aad Etblailiatrrtr.
1 1 Iwa ahall aa'l tha fllowlai Bprlor raret
tar, aomprlalax . . .
8111 Pram Viar aad Maatl Mlrrera
lit I arlor Btllf . arhftlaff rad U Ora RP
Pla Platod Waitar. Moat Dlba. Foop Tlaaaa
FIB Plaid Wntr I'ltabora, Caa ora
H doloa VUUd JiTf.poo, and KaWoa
Praara Chtaa, ralaaa Eaitavad UUaawaro
Jraacb Bmna Tab) Bat. 1 ploca
lit aad BaidCkaaillUra
Walaalaad HabajraayCbamlMir Parallar
Oraaa Rap Loaaf' Card Tab la
KalrMattraa-a RolaUfa aad Plllowa
raaaslaaail Tbrra lil Carnal
tub Mall at(. A .
To mat Caah,
WRUD PAHILT KA.
VltHITK takaa lha laad at all alhar I1W
IPU ifArHiRKMI l a aa a Si rat lb t jftdl
nakaa tha Elaatia Look BUUh-allia both atdaat
la ao aleaala Ihtl a ahtld caa aa-larataad lit
lllhl raaalif that learavlr aay ffjit ti rrqalird
takaapli la BMtlOB. aad laaapablaof patfofnlai
tba artaat rarlalf af work
Tha Waod w awardad Pint Prli at lha Parla
fipoalttaa la lHTi Uibat Madal aad ul plant at
i at art taa laatitBta. fcaw Tork. lbSBial-o. Oold
Mtdal al Mary laad laatliaU, balttaior. Ifcf, ovor
Paraoaa la aarcb of Iba Bail Xachlao Ut famUy
Earpoaaa hald aot fall to axaaia th W HEO
f ir parcbaatBK aay otbara.
Rjld wataitaliqaatanf WP? fnoath by
UUJIBUUlft w tavuui
apll tf Bat, raylBlaBTaaai
3 OIL, with hypo-phoaiihlto af Lima, a
frtlaproTaaal nada with tha boat all kBowa.
t aattM afftaaay with plaaaaat faror aad aaay
J. MILUAU'I BOlm.
in-law tf 13 BroUwar, Kaw Tork
aziv uii. vara aaa raiiaaia. oaiaiaaa iroai
freah aid haatthr Haara, aadaaaarpaaaad by aay
yal prod a tad, fold by all raaeanabla dractlata.
J MILUAO'i aONS.
oatn-UwIf IR3 Broadway. Raw Tork.
adoaTalaela hoiakplBc aad asaallaaa
aaooKiai noaa laaaiaa tiiisii im iiii
f HaroaLlablc. ihalaTaalor. aadivrMxV
b.V... d. ).... J. MU.MAtl'k Mdll
J lor. aadivrHax Kail
. MlLHAU'h H018.
Braadwaa'. Raw Tatl
oblaatlaaahla la tha n
laSI-aawlf 13 Bra.dwav. Haw Tark.
HUL.a.Kli'R AUtiWiCUlAM CUD
ad i mall, (l I rataradtty takaa by daltaala par
id ibmU. Il I taarowa,
at aad aklldraa. la i
id ! pradaallta! nor
..m. i.j aklldraa. la nra aaaii aaaimiiaiad
aad li pradaallta) nor InmaJlu baaalt thta
otharkladiof oil ara ltlJr
Pr J Marloa ) aayiiLVPor aaio yaara I
bad flraaap tha aaa ar Cod LUar Oil alloicibar
bat alaearayatiaatloa waacallcd by Dr Bar rata
PaUr MaAtar'a Cad LI? ar Oil, I hara praaariUd It
aAit- wlthlU" .. .
Ealdby Draa-gtata. aall Hwr
13 artat ramadr for tba car of Coaaanp
ttoa aad Dlaaaaaa of tba La a fa. Tbaraaallof In
at la a proof of I la groat valaa. Tha attraar
dtaary boallagpiapariiaaoiiBiaraaiaor r azp
rlaaaad br ail Ihoaa wh bar aaad li Than
iaatlmoarwul bafoaadla m r-mflMLWblth aa
ba bad a lha af at what th taaJlalaa It fat aala
Caah aad Co Ida. hawavar dlalraaalac. ar
brokaa ap la alaradlbr abort tlna. br aanla
at. br aa
ia laaBaaaa oa taa una, ao II
Cta ar aaally azpoctoratad
Liif Ralaarn aaalalaa aa atilam In aa
Il la narfaatlvharmla for tha anoal dall.
cat ahlld. It la aaary whar la laod dataaad. aad
glaa ood aalUfaatfna Pbyalalaaa wh ba
lallad uarthlpaUBta.ahoald Uythlaaxdlt
ctabaloTlboy la lha aaaa apt aa vakaaw vary
taaay aalaabla UraabaT baaa ihird. by taaUg
Irna'ldaapalr baaaaai all athar ramodlsB ba-o
fallad. bat try this raatadyaad yoa will aot bo
Th proprlotor of thli ralaablo Balaam laka
ploaaaroloaalUagUlllh allaalloaof all Madl
alaaDaalra. daatrlag thai thar proaaraa aappla
of It. aad loanmBaaad It to tbalr afflicltd patraai
aaafrloaia. It wlllaiaal ibo it it af marlta. aa
I tail. Cara - all - fl.
DlraallOBBaaaompuytaaA kottlo. rorialobp
Tlraa lasts tha Marlts f all Thlaaja.
PEBEY DAVIS1 PAIN KILLBB,
Hat baaa latltd la attry yarltly of BllaaU, aad by
alaoil atary aaiUa'laowa l IntrloaB lift
tho altfoal aoaalaat aoapaaloa aad laaadaabla
frlaad or lb alutoaarr aadlh travalar.na taa
aad laad, aad ao oaa ikoald tratl I oa oar Loks
or Kivara wiiaoaiii , ...
Illaaapaady aBdaafa radr for bai
a la. bralaoa. woaada aad rarjloaa oib
aa wall aa fur draalrr,dLarrhaaaBd
plalBls gaaarallr aad la admlrablr
otatr of " " ' f,M ' lba '
Ua lata yoo aall for aad gat tb gi
.. IH..hIiLo.I II
Illaaapaady aBdaafa raaadr for baraa. lealda,
ala krali.a. Ullllli tirtflll AlhOf lalarlBB.
"l"f TT" ----
1 aauaa ror
fClllar, aa maay wsrlblaai aoatrama ara alUmpiod
bo aold oa tho gnat ropalatkoa of Ibla taloablo
old byallMidlilaa paalwa
rrgBWKISTIIKAllTB AW U W1VSCB,
EblATS TOR TOURQ MSB. oa llBgla ai.
of troo Marrtagawlth aaailary aldfor tboaa who
Bra IB aay WBF aoniiao twr Biairimwaia Brri-.a'-.
BBlfraa,la aaalad aataUpaa Addraaa, H6WAED
AbSOCIATIOM, Bos P. Phladalpbla. PaBaayj
TUE EYESIGHT accurately tutted
wttK Pctlei or other Sgtcfactcs, and
cheaper vuxp titewnere.
Optician, National Hotel,
iTAnniNtJTorf deietae. rLACit.
I3ii Hiiiubautu Avtaatj
fall appar Bad lowtr ta taath f J
Biagiaapporor ifwiriiu, ,. .
Parllal aala from RJlO 14
ExtrBCllagby ihBaaoolparogai 19 C
BOOS.bliblQ ASO rAPIR-RDLEE,
Hi 171 PBBtyltaala ttBttlbtWMa Taath Bad
Elavcath trt. lavth ill.
Hook sUgBBtly or plalaly boaid. parlodltali
aad uwiMW aatafallv attaadad la.
T rOUTNElt'H VIKNNA ItEEIt
MproaoBBCM r go4 judftitob aapartorlo
aay BEER haraloraro la trod u tad. It It part,
healthy BB4rifmbUg, Bad iol4attho follow lag
Kreigtr'i, sTta ilraal, iaar Patial Ode.
J, BMk'a, D, aaar Ittaalk atrial.
aa.JooaphaikBrdl,a,TBtfc, aaar Dalnrl,
B. Diiii'i, kfitropotltaa Ball,
J. rnsaat 101 ?arsadakalf tlraai.
Joha ETatial. EchaiUea Park, ahtl-lu
( No. d6
Tb Until aad iholaail nWitloa of
PAPER If ABQl?OI III THE DIETRIGT.
RiBtlag la prlia rron lt'a ccata tu 1
Eiafaraelag Waliat aid 0111 Ovali, all aim,
aad aad nadaiocrdari ltd OtafOllI Prsaai,
dllartalaliaa. Iailr Hard Photoiraph Pramaa,
B grtit raxiatf l goolilQ f holegrapA frimi,
,l , lB66VSTIIblg; , ,
Oiraraat iu had clor abdi mal t ordar.
A ilallad bat bolf Bslcetlwa
II aad torn) y framid, ilwayi la alor.
gpll 6 8TlBlh ilntl, bit, b agd E
Irterral betehtjb xrcbipts on Bator
day Wr 2W,XH.06.
Oapt K. 0. Farrott. United SUtci Natt,
bad ben ordered lotfcU clijr for examloAtloQ
Grh. F A. Starriro hat tcudered big
r1aoatIott ri agent of Iho United Stated to
examine cooiTilRr Attain, and the game bag
been accepted by direction of the President.
Two op thr LAROiSTCOCRTiRg In Geo.
Bhanka1 district Ninth Indiana having
Toted by popular election for bis re tarn In
inre that gentleman's renomlnatlon to tba
The Uritrd States stramrx Iroquois,
Corsmander K, L. Lav. arrlred at Fortreis
Monroe on Saturday, from tba Astatic fleet.
tiAlof"Bad the pauage from Hong Kong
n one hnodred And thirty seren days. Offi
cers and crew all well.
Brbtbt Brio Qbr. Robert Williams.
UentenAnt Colonel and A. A. O., will be
assigned to doty In the Department of Mil.
sonrl on the sUff of Qin. Fope. Brett t
Brlff, Gen. Samuel BrecV, A. A, G.. now on
duty at the War Department, will be as
signed to the staff of Ocn. Terry, command-
log the Department of the South, Breret
Col. Jog. II. Taylor, A. A. O., will bo ai
slgned to duty la the Department of tho
Columbia, headquarters at FortlandfOregoo.
TriR roLLOWiRO statistics prepared by
Col, D. C- Cox, Superintendent of the In
ternal Rerenue Bureau, girts an exhibit of
some of the work accomplished for tho
quarter ending March 31. 1870. Written
opinions by Solicitor, 139 1 compromise cases
disposed of, 153 1 abatement claims dlipoicd
of, 4,4531 refunding claim disposed of,
1,535) reqnMtlons'for stamps filed, 3,447 1
Taloe of same, 131,193,760.23 j total number
of letters written, 19,529 1 total number of
forms and accounts entered, 337,093.
Supertisor Bmrrt, of TcDDOiiee, now In
Ibis city on special business, reports that
since tha 30th of Jane, 1889, the following
number of stills, wash tubs, Ac., bar been
destroyed by rerenue officers In their at
tempts to sappreis Illicit distillation t 73
stltli, 087 wash and fermenting tabs, about
150 gallons whlakyi total estimated Talue
about 18,000. The reason why so llttlo
whisky was destroyed, Ills said, was bocauso
those engaged In Illicit distillation manage
to get the spirits oat of the way before the
rereone officers make their appearance.
Wall's Opera House. Those who aro
fond of semi-moral dramas will doubtless
find It In accordance with their taste to tUU
Wall's Opera House and witness the repre
sentation of "Uncle Tom's cabin.' The
cast Is said to bo very fine Mr. George
Kunkel, so well known here as one of the
finest delineators of Ethiopian characters,
win play Uncle Tom. Miss Ia Forrest, who
Is reputed an excellent comedienne, will do
the Topsy business, and "La Petite Ger
trude," a Jurenlleof remarkable precocity,
will moralise as tho simple-hearted Era.
Many do not sufficiently appreciate Soaks-
pear to sit through a performance of one
of his tragedies, and such persons will do
well to pay a visit to Wall's.
Tor ChronltU of Saturday says that Mr.
William 0. Finney baa been acquitted by
certain committees of all charge brought
Against hint. We don't know bow these ac
quittals wen brought about We do know
that witnesses could bare been reached who
would bare substantiated all the charges.
Mr. Finney has a suit for libel pending in
the Criminal Court of this DUtrlct. Wewant
him to prosecute that suit at his earliest con
Teolcnee, and we will demonstrate unmis
takably to a court and Jury,tbat he Is guilty
of erery thing that was charged against him.
An examination In open court will, we take
It, evolrd something more than an exparte
examination before a church or society com
mittee. Captaih LI all's Arctic Explorations.
Senator Thurman. of Ohio, last week pre
sented sereral petitions from citizens of
Ohio, and simitar petitions hare been pre
sented to Congress by other Senators and
members prajlogald maybe extended by
the Government to Captain C, F. Hall In
the prosecution of hi Arctic explorations.
Tb subject Is attracting very general at
tentloa throughout the country, and the new
plan suggested by Captain Hall seems so
feasible and practicable that there Is a,
strong desire to see It carried Into effect.
Our own cltlsens are beginning to take
a deep Interest In It, heightened perhaps by
the course panned by Dr, Hayes, and Capt,
Hall has been urged to repeat his lecture
which was delivered at Lincoln nail some
time since. In which be gave some of the
particulars of hi eight years1 search among
the Esquimaux la search of Sir John Frank
lin and his associates.
We are glad to learn that he has consented
to do so some time daring the present week,
or as soon thereafter as the hall can be se
Death op Oaptajk Richard W. Uradb.
A dispatch from New Tork Informs us of
the death on Saturday of apoplexy of
PapUIa. Richard, W Meade, United Btates
Navy. Captain Meade wa born In Spain,
and was appointed 19 the Navy from the
state or I'ennsyiranla, April 1, 1830, and
was attached to the frigate Brandywtne, of
the Faclflc squadron, In 1837-80, thence to
the sloop 61. Louis, West India squadron,
1833-5, be was promoted to passed mid
shipman Jane 14, 1834, and was commis
sioned a lieu ten aot December SO, 1837, lie
was detailed to the navy yard, Brooklyn,
New York, 1839, Captain Meade was un
employed in the yean 1849 to 31, and was
assigned to dnty as commander of the
steamer Massachusetts, of the Pacific squad
ron, 18314, On September 14, 1833, be was
commissioned as commander and com
manded the receiving ship North Carolina
In the Brooklyn navy Trd In 1801-4, and
was commissioned as captain July 10, 180 J,
commanding the steamer San Jacinto, CO,
B. sqoadroR, 1804-8. Ufs last cruise expired
In 1809, since which time be has been on
duty in New Tork cUy.
Tua Ceurois Aoiirst Grheral How
Aro. The Committee on Education and
Labor met on Saturday, but adjourned at 13
o'clock to meet again on Tuesday, Mr,
Keteham, Qeneial Howard's counsel being
compelled to' go to New Tork, where be has
an Important case to try to-day. Most of
the session wa consumed In tha croaa-ex.
amloatlon of Mr, Rumsey; the builder of
the uowara Unlvenlty. Ills examination
developed the further fact that the walls
were considered not sufficiently strong to
support toe uoon, roor, ao., ana fnat Iron
columns and trusses bad been Introduced
for that purpose, so that at present the
walls are filtered of any pressure upon
them, It was shown that the cost of this
Ironwork amounted to about $1,000, and
the repairs to that portion of the walls
which fell to about $13,000. Nothing mo
terlal was developed by the cross-eiamlna
tlon of Mr. Ramsey.
Mr. IT. R. Bearle was examined for a short
time, before the committee rose, la relation
to the original associates In the American
Building Block Company. He testified that
the original parties were Generate Cbarlos
II. Howard, C. IT. Whittlesey, J. W. Alvord
and D. L. Eaton. The examination of Mr.
Searle will bo resumed on Tuesday.
Mr. Mullett, the supervising architect of
the Treasury Department, bas also been
summoned to appear before the committee,
ana win probably bo examined to-morrow.
It t probable that all this week will be con
sumed la Investigating the first charge In
relation to the University bnlldlng.
National Theatre. After having all
sorts of sensational pieces and good stand
ard plays cut up and emasculated to suit the
poverty of genius and talent possessed by
"star" actors who desire to be alone the
cynosure of a play, we are to have to-night
a recurrence to the fountain head of the
drama, In the presentation of a Shaksperean
play. Mouths ago several gentlemen of
Washington, of taste and culture, as well as
experience as old play goers, vtslted the
Booth, and by sheer accident encountered
John T, Ford, esq., the enterprlilng mana
ccr, In one of the principal Southern cities,
who, with his accustomed liberality and gen
tlemanly qualities, gave them a private box
at the Temple of Tbespus then occupied by
his company. Hamlet was produced, and
the hero of the title role was Mr. Nell War
ntr. The writer of this bas oft since envied
the treat these gentlemen had afforded them
on that occasion, for their description of the
performance was a convincing argument
that Mr. Warner was a first-class represen
tative of the trsglc characters of the great
We are pleased that be commences a
series of Shaksperean plays at the National,
and his delineation of the Moor will be a
good opening card for him.
MIn LUlle Eldrldge, known la this city
some few yean ago as a sprightly soubrette,
later as ao exceedingly clever first lady when
tb late Humphrey Bland and Lewis Baker
were at Wall's, and her eipeclally good per
formance In the play of the " Lancashire
Lais " was noticeable, Is selected to ponoo.
ate the Ill-fated Desdemona. All who have
witnessed her advancement In the profession
will be satisfied that she will acquit beneif
Petroleum a Fnel.
On Batnrday at 3 o'clock a number of dis
tinguished gentlemen paid a visit to Mr.
Darall's foundry, at Georgetown, to witness
the operation of Whipple A Dlckerson's
machine for combining the hydrogen of steam
and the vapor of petroleum for fnel. The
party consisted of Gen. Belknap, Secretary
of War Gen. Horace Porter, private secre
tary of the President Geo. Parker, Com
missioner of Indian Affairs Senator An
thooyi Hon. Mr. Gilflltan, who represents
the great petroleum district of Pennsylva
nia) Gen. Blunt, of Kansas lion. L. II.
Chandler Major Ben Purley Poore, of the
Boston Journalj L. L. Crounse, esq., of the
New York Timt$. and others. The Presi
dent was expected to be present, but was de
tained at the last moment and sent an apol
ogy, stating that be would visit the foundry
daring the coming week. Mr Whipple ex
plained to the satisfaction of all who were
present the operation of the machine that Is
now In use In th foundry running the en
gine. After which ho showed them a new
one, that Is more rapid In Us preparation of
the vapor aad produced results that aston
ished all present The beat Is more Intense
than that of the blow-pipe and will melt Iron.
Using about 10 per cent, of steam the
greatest economy .s reached. The machine
Is perfectly under control, a stogie valve
being used, which regulate the supply of
vapor. The fire may be extinguished In a
moment by closing the valve. Its practical
results are marked. No coal is necessary,
and tha lar space which It occupies upon
ocean steamers will bo saved for mora,prao
ttcal purposes. In Its application to loco
motives both space, time, and weight will
be saved. Upon steamboats, where the
three things named are very Important, Its
results will be apparent. It Is exceedingly
simple In It construction, cheap In It cost,
safe, economical, and easily managed. The
labor of stowing coal, of supplying It to the
furnace, the dust and Inconvenience of Us
use are all avoided. It 1 destined to revo
lutionise the present fuel system. Distin
guished gentlemen from all parts of the
country ar dally visiting It, Preparations
are being mado to apply It to locomotives
and steamers, and the public will be able In
a short time to witness Its operation In a
manner that will bring It more Immediately
Newman 1111 oootradUti the rumor thai he
Intends to make tha United Htatss his rail
Joiilvn Frsasls raolntoa Low MuagsiUl
Is th name of the English nobleman captured
by basalts la ursee reoently,
The atuke of MoatptosUr, who wbi banished
from Madrid for oa month, has gone to Se
Mlia Edith O'Ootmsa Ueturtd at MaOUoo,
Nsw Jsrsav.Uat Friday, on "Horn an prleit-
hood." Aa ah lift the bulldUf a Urj crowd
of Oatboiles eoe-f regaled, and a serious riot
sssmad last itabi. a pistol was area ei the
Isaturer but mliisdlls aim. Sheteiobeda
friend's bouse wbteh was I01U0U7 surrounded
by the rlotori, and the windows broken with
stoass, etabl, A. Th oltlitni kept guard all
night, and Miss O'OormAn was eisorled to
Jriy City the following day
Oo. E. W, Stone, of MaiiMhasctts, sailed
Saturday to tsk an Important com maul la
th Egyptian army
An elegant fsrewrll reception waa ilrea on
Saturday erealog to O. E. llahUht, for the
last twenty-four year Ooaiu) QcqctaI of
Sweden, at th Us Ion Lsagu thaatf.
Brlgbam Youof and party returned to Salt
Lak from the Rio Colorado Saturday ills
entry Into th city was obisrvcd with a dli
plajof flagi, a parade of th eeboole'Mldran,
and a general turnout of the sltlseas.
Oov. Solomons, of Washington Territory,
and a party of twenty, Including Mr, lleailng,
editor of th Oblcsgo 5df Zitua;, arrived at
Salt Lak oa Saturday on their way Wain
Ex-Mayor Brady, of Hew York, left n eatale
valued t 11,600,000.
Mrs. Ssott Blddons ts playing Op h Us, la
Ocrman, at St, Louis.
L.Oohn, Ifiw York E. 1'. Quiiq, l AI.
M.lhaa, Uhlaago, IlLfand J. O, Tols, New-
burr, n. Y., are at tb Metropolitan hotel,
Hon, T.J. Robertson, of Houth Oarollaai
jonnu uutDrd,soutnuaroiiasi J.N. On
neva, Cuba, and 8 K, Lao, New Yoik, are at
O. W. Plrc, Uoston 1 ataoa Kell, New
York (Job J. M. Walker, New York, are at
Qolooel Wilbur F Slooklng,generAt agent of
customs, Osrtbage, N. Y., whu has been In
town for some days, left town this mornlcr
for New York.
Oora Pearl, formerly th queen of the PaHi
UnaMl tMaJa, aad tntitrftiof th Emperor
de Aehllle Murat, has for sums time past been
a patient at tha Hotel Dim, la I'srli. 5 ho bat
been Interviewed aad kindly cared for by tb
Edorhir'r tobacco ration Is tea cigarettes
1 per day.
BRITinil CO CUT flTTLK.
Wbafwaa TTornat qaa Victoria'
DrawlaK-Itoom Mflffnineeul IHa
Velvets anil Head dreaaew-Ifow
Iho CoMnmrt Were Made and
TrlNBaed-Rlchnf of tb Laoe.
fTromtbe LoBJooCoartJaafoal, March 14 J
Toe drawing room of Tuesday was In very
favorable Contrail with th. flrat f tha aaa.
son, which wai scantlty attended, and left
but a faint Impression of the wonted gran
deur and beauty of this ceremony. The sea
son broke with this week's Court event, and
summing It up first from a glance at the as
semblage as a whole, as It came In from the
grand staircase Into the green drawing room,
filed off to the left through the picture gal
ery, to the right band entrance to the throne
room, and thence back to the green-room,
gain en rouU for the grand staircase, It was
Indeed a most remarkableslght. The dresses
were most magnificent, and such an assem
blage of beauty has rarely ever graced our
ua toe nrsi occasion or the year tbe pro
vallloff colore were vellow and crlmsom at
this week's drawing room bio and grenat
were the most frequent, though It might not
be aald, nevertheless, that they were the
most fashionable, for the new color, the ttrt
dVaii (f Ml, was so considered It Is said to
nave ocen saggetieu oy too impress or tno
French after her return from Egypt. It has
many shades, and is really worthy of the
hlsh distinction It has found, and llkelr to
become tho rsge for a time, as It has, from
lis varied shades, an adaptability most oblig
ing to the complexions of many ranees of
beauty. Still these colon mentioned did not
by any means show In a preponderating way,
for with the new green, grenat and bine
came In endless mixture of hues on varied
material the new pink, the groe d'argent,
yellows, crimsons, a me thy it, violet, rose,
the pale coral, fawn, and so on. thourh the
pronona colors, such as that light and beau
tiful green tulle, which was more decided
luiniDirauuf iiu, grow admiration, wen
bestowed, on the graceful wearer.
But amid all tbe gausy lightness nothing
waa won from the splendor of tbe violet vel
vets, bine satins, cream-colored velvets,
amber and pale flush sattns, when, ae was
mostly the case, thoso materials were taste
fully set off with rare lace, fine jewels, and
very rich nnderrobos. The dtbutanta, who
have been restricted to simple white, seemed
to have been In league for the general desire
to add to the remarkable brilliancy or color,
as well as beauty of style, that prevailed, for
they bad contrived to give pleasing- relief to
the monotony of the white by tho Introduc
tion as much as possible of colored flowers
of a not too pronounced oharacter. of blush
rosea and pale red roses, and grass and
beartease, (may it be theln ererl) and of
pink flowen of some very nondescript char-
a-lftr of bAtaar. Bat tha beat effects Were
those In which gold trimming and a kind of
gold lace were introduced, vying with the
permitted elaboration on tbe more substan
tial costumes 01 tno matrons.
Tbe headdress bad In some cases under
gone a distinct cbangei for Instance, there
was a new fashion seen tor the first time at
court called the " Frou-Frou," which Is
highly becoming th wearers If they bare
fair hair, and In two or three cases It called
forth marked admiration, especially so In
tbe Instance of a lady who wore a black
plane, which wa In striking contrast. For
tb benefit of those who have not seen the
novelty and those who bavo worn it as yet
are few we may state that It consists of a
chief chignon, not of very great amplitude,
worn aa the taste may Incline, more or less
approachlnz the centre of the head, and
then flowing off backwards In a series of
roiis 01 minor cnignons ana neavy cans, ana
from the extreme end droop oat a few di
minutive ringlets. Tbts "Frou-Froa" Is
very becomlog, and will be the fashion for
ball-rooms, there 1 Utile doubt, as well as
the colors eau de Nil and grenat. The bint
wo gave aa to tho sombre and rather confirmation-like
look of the tnllo veils and
heavy tulle lappets bas not been without re
sult, for whereas at tbe flnt drawing-room
four out of flvo wore those appendages, we
are oulte understating in savlnz that not
more than two out of five wore the tulle veil
and lappets on this occasion 1 and those who,
perchance, In listening to the respectfully
expressed advice Riven, came without tulle.
or substituted handsome lace, moit have
oocn .uoroujcuiT conscious, or comnariaon.
of the -Treat eafn that had resulted to them
In tb Tightness and gracefulness of their
Tbe costumes were not worn remarkably
low, though there was not (and It Is to be
presumed for years long In advance of us
there will not be) an approximation to that
style which has been talked of from the
other side ol the water, bot Is quite uasnlted
lorsucu spieuaor oBino scene we naveac
seribed of Tuesday last, where all was done
that art and wealth could achieve, and
beauty too. Tbe pen of a chronicler is'only
permitted to faintly echo respectful homage
: .v. v. .t.. f V..J. v.".
tu kuu vcautT vi tua vuuiiuiruir ocuui
catalogue Is tbe word. We may
neat loo, therefore, that among the beauties
of our court on this occasion were Miss
Dalrymple Hay, Mn. Fntnel). Miss Henry,
Lady Londes borough, Mrs. Gardner, Mn.
Arthur Msgnlac, Lady Boleau, Mrs. Mer
rick, Mn. Douglas Murray, Mrs. Burcball
Helme, Mn. and Mia Yard Boiler, Miss
Crutchley, and tbe Hon. Miss Cavendish.
Poetle words could only do some of these
ustlce, and then It would be, of course, with
he reserve of the name, while we as mere
echoers of respectful remarks bare the ad
vantage of giving names.
The most magnificent costume at this
bandsom" gathering were those worn by Mrs.
Duncan, Lady Dalrymple, Lady Londcs
borough, Mn. 8nwdon Henry, Lady Ruth
ven, Madame do Bllle, Mrs. Bingham Mild
may, Lady Agucta Montagu, MlssCadogan,
Miss Crutchley, Mrs. fitudbolm Brownrlgg,
MU Gsskell. Ladr Frere, Mn. Bolckow,
Mn. lllpplsley, Lady Scarlett, Hon. Mn,
Gage, Mrs. Layard, Lady Llano cr, Mrs.
Crutchley, Mrs. Frank Morrlsson, Mn. Pat
ersou, Dutchess of Cleaveland Mrs. Da
Cane, Lady Mary Plmrose, Mrs. Meyrtck,
airs, a nomas iruaini, urs. v a, vc
and Lady Emily llankey.
The costume of fire lUbutanttt were espe
cially remarkable for tbelr beauty and taste
fulness namely, those of Miss M, Gregory,
Miss Henry, Miss Townley, Miss Testa
ferrata Abela and Miss IUpplsley,
Tbe lac worn wa very splendid. The
rrincess Mary's 1 renowned, therefore tbe
Princess of Wales pstronlxed Irish lac.
Mia. tjajaiuiivr a iaavu tu 1117 uo vuu-
cclved.wore Spanish lace, which was re
markably handsome, while the following
ladles also had magnificent lace i Tho nou.
Mn. Walrond.the Hon. Mn. Motley. Mrs.
Oaakell, Mrs. Douglas Murray, Mrs. Burcb
all Helrae, Mrs. Bingham MlldmayandMrs.
The ems were very beautiful, particularly
those of the Princes Mary, Countess of
uiascow, jursA, oeaumoni, uncncssoi uox
bnrghe, Mrs. Jones-Lloyd, Mrs. Snowdon
Henry, Mrs. Ford, Lady Dalrymple, Mn.
Frank Morrison and Mn. Gardner,
The early part of tbe dy wa very worm
and pleasant, atlll toward tbe time for the
first to tsk their leave there wn an no.
pleasant chance i but then all conM uak
without danger to costume the comfort of
tneir wraps, ana encase themselves even
oeep witnin tne roias or tbelr dresses,
fsibioa not Bnfrequently adopted. Bnt
there was more cheerfulness and dash, and
there were lively strains of the bands heard
as of yore In St. James, though the early
leaven at the last drawing room were not
conscious, throngh the lats hour of arrival of
tbe bands, that they were In attendance on
Toe Fall op Lorsx Co a nun in The
regular mall steamer, between Rio Janeiro
and Lisbon fornUhes th details of lb tor
mlnattonjif the war In Paraguay, On the
first dy of March the Br&zlllan general at
tacked and carried the position of Lopcx.
Lopes himself, bis son, Colonel Lopes. F.
Sanches, ex-president of tho Rermbllc. (Jen.
CameueiQ and Eeveral other high officers of
Paraguay were killed. The. mother, brolh-
gib m ivui vuiiurcu vi ajqpcb, airs, x.yncu
and many officers were made prisoners. A
Urge quantity of arms and ammunition
wero lto c.plnrcj. Atlait.dtlcci.tiMt;
of pcoca wa. belo prepared with the pro
.-- .n.. .-.,. ... '11 "Hivu watt
coQT.Dedft constitutional aaaemblr for tha
PurP"- nell, Colonel Fraolt E. Howo, and Leonard wonld be allowed to become Independent
, - - Jerome, repreientlng the QoTcrnment, tha alone 1
Till lonsj-pendloe lend between tho man- Union League, and the Chamber of Cora-1 ' ,,
ager. of th.lVrla theatre, and tho Al,t- merce, will receive the remalna ot Anion Or family ot Mr. Kram, or Wa.hing
ance Fnbllqne hat resulted In an open rcfu- rjurllnrame at New York, and escort them logton, DdTlee, counlj. 111.. eoniUlln ol
sal to paj tbe III leyled upon tho groia i lothe Boston boat, where ther will b. glien ' nine person,, all hare died bnt one of tho
nightly recelpu for tho benefit of tho poor in charge or n delegation, of MaMachuattla I fatal dUcaie now preTalung there, mppoiea
of the capital. 1 official,, ' the cold plague.
Iraporlaat Hllllarjr Order.
By order of the President, General 6tver
man issued an Important order on Friday,
changing some of the military departments,
and transferring several of the generals coxa-
mandlng from one to another department or
division. The order Is as follows 1
Tho department of Alaska I broken id.
and added to tbe department of Columbia,
which Includes the State of Oregon and the
Territories of Washington and Idaho j head
quarten at Portland, Oregon.
The department of Virginia Is broken up
and added to the department of the East.
wuicu ano mciuacB me ricw rogiana
Btates, New York, New Jeney, Pennsyl
vania. Delaware. Maryland and District
of Columbia headquarters at New York
clly. Major General McDowell, command
ing. Tbe department of the Cumberland Is
broken up. This department consists of the
DtaicBoi jveniucxy, Tennessee, west Vir
ginia and the Post of Jeffenonvllle, Indiana.
Ther are now all added to lha deDartment
of the South, which also Includes the State
of North and South Carolina, Georgia, AIa
bamaand Florida headquarter at Atlanta,
Georgia. Department nnder command 01
ungaaier uenerai ierry.
Major General Schofield. who Is at present
In command of tbe department of the Mis
souri, bas been ordered to the command of
the division of the Pacific, vice Major Gen
eral i nomas, aeceaseai neaa quarters at can
Brigadier General John Pope, now In
command of the Departmeolof tbe Lakes, Is
transferred to the command of tbe Depart
ment of the Missouri.
Brigadier General Philip SLGeorge Cooke,
now In command of the Department of the
Columbia, Is ordered to the command of the
Department of the Lakes.
Brigadier General Canby, at present In
command of the Department of Virginia, is
transferred to the command of the Depart
ment of the Columbia, In placo of General
Cooke, who, as stated above, relieves Gen.
Pope, who, la tarn, takes General Scfao
field's com sa aad In St. Louis, when the lat
ter goes to Ban Francisco.
Major General Meade remains In Phila
delphia; Major General Ualleck at Louis
ville, and Lieutenant General Sheridan In
command of tbe Division of the Missouri.
This order goes Into effect as soon as the
office n named can close up the business of
their old commands, and make the proper
The Department of Virginia is to be broken
up at oncet that of Alaska by the 1st of Jul v.
and that of the Cumberland by the 1st of
General Sherman stated that the Intention
waa to carrr out tho Instructions In this or
der at tbe earliest possible moment, and that
tne rresiaent naa decided not to take action
In tbe matter or the nomination or a succes
sor to Major General Thomas until after
tne army dui, now oeroro uongress, was dis
fflas-nlnr aad Fatal CaseerHelfrleaa
llaelnatlon laterpretla- the
Tbe Lancaster (Pa.) Kxamirurand IftraU
gives an account of a singular case of re
ligious hallucination, resulting fatelly.whtch
occurred In East Lampeter township, that
county, on Saturday last, A young man
named Jacob Harnlsh, aged seventeen years,
for some time past has been deeply ex
erclsed by tbe subject of religion, and be
spent his spare mometts In reading the
Bible. Oa Saturday be and a brother were
engaged together harrowing a field. At
noon they unhitched and fed their horses.
Jacob wa observed to go to a wood-pile and
dick up an 01a axe ana examine it, without,
however, savior anvthlnr which might lead
to suspicion that be Intended any Injury to
himself. The rest of the fatally went to
owner, anaacoo not mating ms appear
ance, hi mother went la search of him,
when she found him lying at the wood-pile,
covered with blood, and one of his feet 1 tic or
some twelve feet from him. He was at once
carried to the house, and Dn. Jacob II, and
J. Harry Musscr sent for, whoarrlved about
two houn after tbe affair occurred, Tre
tourniquet waa applied to the limb, which
checked the hemorrhage, but tha oatlent
was so much exhausted from the loss of
blood that it was round necessary to wait
threo houn before amputating tbe limb an
operation found to ba necessary to reach tbe
blood vessels, which had contracted. Tbe
amputation waa then accomplished without
further flow of blood, and tha boy appeared
to be doing well for a few hours, when he
When asked why be thus mutilated his
person, he replied that It was necessary to
tne saivauon 01 ms soui, as unriti nad com
mndcd, that . "U thy band or thy fool offend
thee, cut It off and cast It from thee." It
1 armeara that after examlnlner tha axa at
i tj ; .. . .. : . .
the wood pile, he got another one, which
was sharper, and which he used, and after
taking off the boot and stocking, he put his
lug on a DiocE,cuoppiogomne looia.tnree
blows. The first cut was made transversely
on tho leg, and severed both bones, a few
Inches above the anklet the second, which
wae In a diagonal direction, and a little
hlffber. also cat off both bones i tb third
completely severing tbe fibres of the muscle
by which the foot stilt adhered to tbe leg.
After the foot had been cut off he deliber
ately picked It up and hurled It some feet
from blm. The father of the young man
who thus committed self-destruction Is a
well-to do farmer, and doe not belong to
any church. The deceased was not a mem
ber of any denomination, though he occa
sionally attended the Mennonlte churcb,
located In tbe vicinity where the tnelan-
cnoiy anair ocenrroa, as miRus do ex
pected, the occurrence has created a pro
found sensation la the neighborhood In
wnicn it iranspirea.
The small-pox Is raging extensively at
ureenport, t-ODg isiana.
It Is reported that Great Britain and Rus
sia bare agreed to propose general disarma
ment to the Prussian Government,
The health of M. Gulxot Is such as (o
cause the deepest anxiety among his friends
Tna agent sent from Tennessee to China
to procure laborers bas returned, having
been unsuccessful In bis mission.
Caliporria shipped 23.000 sacks of wheat.
valued at 8383.000. to Euclaud durlner tho
mouth of March.
Thr Spanish authorities at Havana have
an official account of the surrender of
seventy-six Insurgents at Cannao.
Tu court marttal convened to try Lieu
tenant Colonel and Assistant Inspector
General James Totten, United Btates Army,
met at Louisville on Friday.
Thr Fenian Congress at Chicago has ad
journed tint dii. The expulsion of Richard
McCloud by General O'Neill was unani
mously rescinded by the Congress.
It Is rumored In Paris that at the termi
nation of the plebiscite Duke de Pcsbeguey
wilt proceed to Berlin to propose a general
Tnn Republican Journals of Spain de
mand tb separation of Church and State.
and that all the priests or troops refusing to
take tbe oath to the constitution be sent to
Tnn Canadian expedition to Red River
will number ten thousand picked men, In
cluding tbe Steel battery and the Rocket
brlgado, as well as two thousand loyal In
dians. Thr Paris Figaro announces that the Em
peror Napoleon bas written a letter on the
aicmififtAtlnn of the vltbiteUt for the Instruc
tion of the people. Eight million copies of
this document win do printed lorinwun, in
order that It may bo placed in tho hands of
every voter or rrance.
Thr London Saturday IttvUvi denounces
tha A 1 ah Am a eaea la the light ot Bercosot
ltAmard'a book, which maintain that the
detention of tbe Alabama would, even if
tvuilhu Ii.va hiBii I.if&Ht nDln.tia.ble.
Tb.Rvfiw tblnk, tho Bugeaot wrong,
tho detention order waa actaallj luued,
.UUU.U fcUJW m .
ir. ti.t n. nnwntw. f:nlrtnrnr!n.
OUR inni AN AFFAIR).
Can of She Outbreak Among (he
Mr. John B. Sanborn, 1st Commissioner to
thelodlsns.bss addressed lbs following In
tereetloff letter to Hoa, Vlsscot Uollrtr i
..WApmrerof, ip-li 11.1171.
t'tnemt Coltytr, titcrttary of tht Jndtan
Si a 1 You riauait m to atat In wrltlar the
cam of th outbreak, or the threatenM out
break ef th Western bands of the Dakota
You ara aware that thes Indians wer at
war from 1901 to IIS. Th citlooi mad by
them In tb treaty of list, which among other
thin t;i, virtually Included the whole I'latta
Yaller, then Wemlog with buffalo!, were
made to eoailderalloo of tit annultlee therein
cottoned be lor nald to them for 40 reari.
Tb Hcnate In ratifying th treaty reduced th
lima to 1 an tiara 101B imiDnnini wbb bud.
hiiiku iw ,11 luuKBii auu acvrpicu v; ivu
old and Influential ihtafa, but waa r "Jilted
with ecorn by Itd Cloud, Ming I Horn, and by
ma warriara ana mnutDiiii roan sanrraiij
Hut thy remained generally quiet till the i
plratlonof th teo yean, and went to war at
a nation the tint year after the expiration of
a oobuubiidb: inn war an iruupa yen
IfAtad lha enuatrv of theao Indiana, and
opened road and established military poite
along in base 01 ine liig liorn mountain!.
This was the Indian' last belt hunting ground,
andxaiprtd them to the lait degree, and
Induced tbira to fight with more deipcratloo
and determination than evcrbefor.
Th peace eommtiilon ecnt runners to
them In th autumn of 1907 and requested
men to com In and confer with refrne to
peace. A few of the old and Influential earn
In, but lied Cloud, Single Horn and all the
warriors sent back word that they would not
lomi la nor make peace until th military
posteatthsbaa of tbelllc Hern mountains
were withdrawn, and that route to Montana
After considering th matter all winter, and
eonferlngwltb tbe Committees on Indian Af
fairs of th Uouie of HeprcssotatlreB sod
Senate, the eommtiilon unanimously agreed
to aend meiMogers to thes ladlsna with tba
assurances thai If they would com In and
make peace, that th military roads and posts
at thchas of tb Ulg Horn mountains should
b withdrawn and abandoned. .
Tathia miuifi all tha ehlefe exeent Red
Cloud and two or three adhereats, who sent
In word that they could not take a promise
but would com la ae ooa as tb posts wer
withdrawn and the road abandoned, cam In
and mad th treaty, which was proclaimed
by tb President on th Zlth of I ebrusry, 1S09.
As soon aa th posts wer withdrawn Red
Cloud aad bis adherents earn In, as they had
premised, and signed th treaty. Pse and
IM UCBIUB)IUU, Ul tU VVU1U.1.V.WU rw mm . -
sggegatlon ot all thes Indian on an agrleuL
turafreMrvaUoo. AUouraitlona looked to
lha least expania to the United State, and
tbQtlawaa iquaraly presented to the
.,.. inn hath It ahQUld COnClud a
ttaaty with band of Inlana refusing to go
upon such a reiarratlon Th chiefs repre
eontlnr by far th larger portion of th Ogral-
1B1IUB. Uppr uruia bu wiuunuujVH vauu
rciuiia 10 Ufa any " uu u
to go upon a rcierratloa whll they could
lire by huntlog la their old country,
On this question th eommlsilon was at first
dlrlded. Ocn. Harney and th writer favor
ing a rigorous prosecution of war to force
theio Iodianeto goto th agricultural rir
ratloo, wbaraCTary man should b provided
for feeding and clothing thm. Gen. rinermaa
then siked Ocn. Augur, commanding th de
partment of th Platte, bow much Tore b
would reflulra to orotoat th Union and Paclfle
road, th froatlere la hie department, and at
tbe same time conduct campaign Again it
these Indiana. Th answer was 30.00U mon,
sod half mounted, lien. Terry. In rcaponse to
a similar question, hbicu 1011 no anoum re
quire for the a mo purpose la the department
of Dakota an equal number. Uen, Hhermaa
try was such as to render military operations
ofiuih magnitude Inexpedient, and that thy
should be aaiorded If ooiilble. The com mil
lion then decided to maka peace with tboi
Indians, If possible, on th best terms forth
Uattsd ritatea that oould be obtained from
them. The treaty referred to wae tb result.
These wild and warlike bands peremptorily re
fused to remain at peace or alga tbe treaty
without tb provisions contained 1 the els.
teealh article aad lathe flftn clause of to
Tha alataenthartlel has been complied with
by the Oorornment ae far a I know, and I re-
lar to 11 ampiy ir ma ihivuvi in iuiruc
It sugiests that those Indians were to have
tbe right to roam and hunt in tb eountry
therein specified until further stipulation
war mad In relation thereto. Th prorla
loniortb Qfth clauta o( th tenth article of
aid treaty, upon which thei wild Indians
laid great atreis, baa, as I understand It, been
utterly dlsregarde J br th United Utatee, and
not only have th United State 1 failed to tend
ihim anvelothtoror auPDllet but hate rtfuitd
to allow aoyone to go Into the vicinity ot
tbelr hunting grounds to exchange any sup
plies wim invm ior int pruuuai wi ia anaa.
They mad It a conditio of pae that some
nt thalr old frlaada ahould be Darmltlad to
trade with them at soma point near the west
ern no 01 tneir agricultural reierTaiion.
This was promlied tbom If they would keep
away from Laremle..lTbe promlie rem slot ua
fulfilled. Thui w ci a people numbering'
about t welt Ihouiand iouIi whn have been
denied all that thelloTframent promised them
for Urge oenloae of laade, and denied the
privilege of eichanglogth product or th
chai for their ordinary ncsesaitle and forced
lathe alternative of living without them or
golcg to war to eaptnrs them.
Itmsybe eald that they can trad en tb
Mlnourl. They nvr hav traded there, and
told ua they nerer would. Our hope waa to
overcome t nlc prejudice by gradually drawto g
ihcratB. that direction. It wa aot expected
t fort thin to tht In a slngl year.
Tha nnaatlon for tha (loverament official!
now to determine li. whether It 1 bet tar to
fulfill our treaty stipulations wlthtbeie nio-
plei ivthm ten dollari worth of auppll ea
each, and an opportuaty to dispose, at fair
rates, ef th products of th ehas, or eater
upon a war that tenders Insecure our whole
frontier, jeoparaisce an our vast railroad in
terests on th plains, destroys much Ufa and
Whether Che eommlsilon. In dole a what ther
did with thai people, acted wisely and riant,
icannoieayi out uo Know mat earn otiasm
Ermly believed that he was actlnr for tb best
Interests of tbe United States. If this action
was wis and right, th failure of th Govern
ment to comply with those terms of the treaty
applicable tothesn wild, warlike lodlane, la
raiicnlly wrong and muit remit disastrously
The fndlaoB upon the reservation!, ball
elvlllied and stuplflsd by sloth and surfeiting,
msy be slighted and neglected with Impunity
But tbe wld,huitlog Icdtana rciaot Insult,
and ruth to war whenever satisfied that they
bar been dealt with treaeherouity or op-
f rested without eauae. From tbe beit Inform.
Ion I have, there ar at least twelve thouiaod
of th wild, roving Indians of th Dakota
tribe. A large number hat ceased to roam,
and ar upon reservations. If peace caa be
maintained, all caa b brought upon rseerra
tlone la a fow years without expense and with
out lose of life.
1hc country where they now hunt I not
needed by our people, and will not be for com
Iosrs to com, and by tb time it Is neadaU the
ndlsas will hav abandoned it, for tb gam
will hav disappeared.
All Intertill nem to u to demand peace
between our people and th Indiana, and I
hop vry effort will bo mad to maintain It,
I hav tb honor to ne, very respceuuiiy.
Late Commiislonsr to tb Indians.
Thr French Plebiscite. It Is now tol
erably certain that tbe formula of tho pU
bUtito will bet "Do the people deslro con
stitutional reforms in 1870 which assure liber
ty, placing It under the guarentee of tho
empire ana aynastr r-
Tne mem Den or mi
the Left Centre rartv
held a meeting on Friday last, at which It
was decided that all would be free to vote as
It Is generally believed that tho majority
will rot In the affirmative. The represen
tatives of the Journals of the Left, at tbelr
meeting yesterday, were divided In regard
to the propriety of signing tho manifesto to
It 1 crobabla that two manifestos will bo
Issued, and that tbe split In tba ranks will
continue after tbe pittitcitt. The party of
the Right Centre has formed a committee to
operate in laror oi ino puotimt. aiuuuc
tbe memben of the committee Is Era II 01
raod. The committee has already Issued a
nrnlanaaLlon affirming that HbertV aad rev
nlntlaa are now face lO face. "If "TO" b
voted it wUl mean liberty, if "no" revolu
tion. The committee, which hat been con
itlmttj with no iplrll of eicluilTtneu,
m.V.e,aiironBpiil to Uo,. uno think
American siltir Is to bo received by thq
Dominion Government on account at five
per cent, discount up to the 25th of April.
after which the discount will be Ave and a
half per cent. The fractional currency of
tne nonunion waa put in circulation on tne
loiu instant, nova ocoua proposes 10 au
dress to tha Imnerlal Government the follow
ing questions t Whether the Domlclon will
i u. K1HI.WI I. UmiUUI. Ulkvwt -
nendentl and If So.a geolla. (f deilrou.
do aiiowea, 11 aeeiroue, -a pecomr n-
THE KESHAN COftUREflS.
OmcAno, April ITTh Esssutlv Council
of Nine, appointed by thaFealao Congress, ar
James Gibbons, of PcnBijlranla, p. J, M
faan, of New Jsrseyi E. P. McKay and Frank
Aroow, of Illinois! Frsok OiIIai hr and E.
L Carry, or New York J. W. Flligfrald.of
OMoi Lawrsno Flnnegaa,of Maryland, and
Klcbard McCloud, of Connecticut,
The rollowlor wer appointed delegsle a to
the convention to be held la New York city
about April Hi Ool, Coigror and John T.
t'innerty.of Illlnolit Major O. Williams, of
Pennsylvania, and Capt McLaughlin, otCol
It Is Intended that flvsof tb Above-named
executive commute shall resign, ao that the
new York convention may elect four, leaving
one member to be chosen byth other eight.
in in congress ,n fop a Mil was dis-
cuiied, and It gav rlie to a warm debate.
As lar as known th sentiment of tb Con-
grfM waa hoitll to clerloal Interference la
polm al matter or maturB pcrtalalng to th
Th question of making th organisation a
secret on wbb alao debated, and It le under
stood waa decided la tb negative,
Th subject or tb ited Hirer rebellion was
discussed, but nothing as to tb character of
th debate has yet transpired.
HtrrrALO, April 17. Promlncot members of
the Fenian organisation la this city say that
the proceedings of th co-called Fenian Con
grcis at Chicago, as telegraphed, ar null and
void, no quorum having been present. Tb
delegates to th New York Ooagreas Iv
NEW YORK AHCBEMENTB.
rrobablo If omleldo An Eatr Baa-
day l'rlae right Arretted aa a
New Yobk. April IT, A deeper at affray oc
curred In a Liquor saloon in Jersey City at a
late hour last night, la which Thos.Maloof
was stabbed wis by MUhaslOslrlo.
MaloDglc not expected to llv. OAirlo,who
wss wounded, but not seriously, has been en
A prli tight took place ssrly this moraine
at Bull's Ferry between two Jersey Oily
rough named John Mhao aal Klk Fla
herty, Sixteen, rouoa wr (ought la twenty"
Ave mlautse, when l liberty wae uaabl to
come to time. Five hundred spectators wsr
Philip Keeny and Michael FUanary, drivers
on Jeney City hore cars, bar ba arrested
oa a eharg of attempting to commit a rap on
Mr. UeUrld last FrIJsy la th sai s.
DINABTEB AT HE A,
Tho Behoof Bblp Mercary Agremad
Near capo unry All an Hoard
NoaroLK, Va., April IT. A messenger has
Just arrived fromth school ship Mercury,
heretofore reported eshor near Cap Henry.
II left th beach early this morning, Tb
hip ilea bow to tb shor snd well up oath
beach, Nothlig has been landed from bar, No
lives were lost, and there Is no present danger.
Th captain Is awaiting th arrival of a
teamer from Norfolk to take th boys off.
There are two hundred and sixty persons ea
hoard th Mercury, two hundred and thirty ef
whom are apprentice boys. Two its am tags
left her early this morning for th wreck.
Tb boys will b brought to Norfolk and quar
tered oa board th receiving ship New Ilamp
sblre, until arrsngsmeats are mod for their
transportation to New York.
Frous lb raeine Caaat.
Saw FaABotsco, April 17. Coloasl Yoa
Schmidt has completed theexcavstlon of Bios
com Sock In this hsrbor. Tb powder has
be oa placed and wires mn, preparatory to the
esplocloo, which will take place next Wednes
day, Th excavation 1c 111 feet la length and
eo feet In width, and Its greatest depth 1 XI
feet. Th excavatloa la Ailed with twenty
three tons of powder.
Tb City Auditor refutes to audit a demand
for IIS.0'0. appropriated for the fre Oathotl
retools of this city, then ar no unappro
priated funds la th City Treasury, ner.ar
they likely to be.
Th total yield of quicksilver oa this tst
for tb year ISOO, was 1S.SM flasks.
Durlngfthc recent storm la th Sierra Nevada
mountains, two feet of snow fall on th Geo.
tral PsilB railroad. This will probably be
lb lait storm of tb season.
foe trains hav tua on Urn all this ssa,
which is proof that th road can be kept open
Rich gold dlceovsrlee bar bio mad La
BItklyoo and El Dorado counties la this Slat.
Irestraflllve Fire Ira NasnaauBT.n.
Nashua, N, H-, April IT. Lata last night a
Arc brok out In th First Congregational
church, and la a half aa hour thehursnws
In ruins, together with aa adjoining building
occupied as a saloon. ThaPostOrfl Block,
auo aajotatng, wae nearly aosiroyca, ana two
buildings oath opposite side of ths street
wsr badly damaged. Total lots, 1100,009.
Over T, 000 emigrants arrived at Nsw York
Ssoator Wilson addressed tsnperaac
meeting la Dr.fJuyler's church, Brtoktya, last
New York talks or homeopathic hospital
for th poor. ,
Two eonvlets named Tod 'y Byeo and Jam
Smith escaped from prlsoo at Yorkrllle, Tf ,
Y , yesterday
Dr. Carl Newman, th author of a history
of tb United Btatce, dedicated to President
Lincoln, died recently la Berlin.
A verdict of 411,000 has bn recovered
against th Adama Express Company as tht
value of a large number of peaches, Intended
for New York, left at Fortreaa Monro loiter,
Th 'Uroa Vondelow, tu prlcoa t Elisa
beth, N Y.. Is now said to hav swindled
many persona la Mississippi and married a
Brighton, England, was crowded with peo
ple yestsrdsy to witness th volunteer review
which takesplsc to-day. ThyachtOasabrl
Is off shor and attracts much attention.
Th water In th ILudsoals higher thso at
A storm prevailed la New York all day yes.
terdsy.but the churches were wll Attended
Mr, DcLong, United Btates Minister to Ja
pan, threat to reiirn unless Oongrses
make (hat million Erst elate.
The Alexandria Oaztttt ot Saturday T0
nlng has the following Hems i
aranta. Bold to-dir by public auction' the
dwclllog and lot of ground on th weak side of
streets, belonging to H. 11. Arnold, to H. 8.
Martin for tcio, Tbe property isUiUa
street, formerly known aa Joha T. Price's
restaurant, and a back lot with Improve
ments, belonging to John T. Prist, wo cold
to-day by Heck, Knox . Kerby, real estate
agenteand auctioneers, to Hon. Lew la Mt
Kenilo, for 1200.
ArTSRqult a warm day, th weather sud
denly changed last night. A freah brtei
sprang upland ltbaaatnoe bn cloudy, damp
BOU BD1U. a u iBfiuuiuiifi , ,iwiiiii'
stood at T degrs, at noon to dsy ti stood
Tuntldtof Immigration eoatlauee to now
1 lolo VlriioU, "' u,,,;!i;',?'!
T t. Bo.iit mini ;"'''; ,'"" ,
(ollowtng nr among iai . -y-
!.' .!,f!laS:ri. aimed uoon th.ir
onaiera ubvir ""',-,,., ,.. n,...
SLli vl J V Qnlsltjr , aad family, .S
i.m!"iim aid hrnllr, oflluat.rd.. e.uaty.
aVrSttl, N Y r ViVceM O Sosre and family,
county, NT I '".V jg y , Charles Stoy and
.tivniiiiauiiTiri w oivw.E
II..M. iouity, N Y , aad ali.o, Lawj.a..,t
llurai rioualj Ohio. Tier, ara othM ,
SSSum who h.T. art.d to tak. pMoto.
'tB.lrt.rmtaeit f.ll I. flaw .1 tk.
r.,rou, land i.l.i b.1", mad. by th. laal -
ul. .i,.u ot thl, ,ll. and lor .tk.r uf.
II I, to be hoped that th. Oora E.tli.j,. will
sllmulat. lis eommltu. appolat t talar
auaur.t. an airloultural Ulr and aattla Ikow,
to ba held In thl, ollr la Oetob.r seal,
Tna.omml,,lon,r, sipolat.dodl,ld. h.
ba.n oAol.lly notlO.d by th. ah.rUT ol at