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VOL XI WASHINGTON OITI. D. 0.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 27. 1870. I NO. 130. Auction -flalei. I)Y COOPER A LATIHKR. ssrf fcOo.,j Bad 1 J (HllHtiiflii in .linn 11. At af Intra Boalhwoit eoraer of Peaaarlvesla aveai IB Team Bar. AfilOR IDITII, AllfcTIOH. VI OaWIDIHDATktOIJ r'lld. April Ua Tth, tl .tttT. .iu a'aiotK. kltka raMdfnaa Ur. flo Ml afjaeoail arena. Mwni Third ltd fear d-a Ml .MffMta. weaken Mil the follow lac olaeaat reraUer. vlt i 1 perb aboay as d tilt Perler Balto, apholaterod ' ndevrd wlU. Kit Stfla Paut.li. Coal 11,000. Flaaeforie, Pal a Ilk (a, aad E(ravlflta. roar erlm.oalUfl red Bat.aDaaiAiikUerUtaa.llaBd . wltk Whit Silk, wapiti with UimIi Bad Ism. LrfBaawodCatr Tibia, UUU Bad nubl. top. rraaeaPlalclUBtU Klrror. . fc Kneewood Eleger. with trMaBfHU.Wrrofi.B4 Teaaraae aiarbl baa. OaaBroa.eClvak, baanltfelly oraamaaUd. Coal wala-it I Ibrarv all. apkotaUrol la art rp. Wal a at Mttbl Up Mirror back Begat, LambraklMLM Canal aeaaaOor., rtTO Waiaal Marble-top CbtiaberfalUe. PetaUd Marble lop Cotttte rereltare. HtlratdHsakMetlreeaa-, Toilet Were. Taalhar Plllews aid BalaUf. Oak Marblo-Up bldaboart, mlrrer blah, band- " ikiciim ar. I' SB'ir TT1 "' Bta lHaltTabl Marblo-top BaiifalU. Dlalag Chair. id DleaeratdTarT.e, lent Markla-tA. I field Bead Die ear at. Flee Cat aa KtiiitiQia.BiM. Etiileb, Braaa-la CarpaU aad kaf a. KUkearseleliee, Ae . epti dhdc flun "- rUTCRB DATE. EYCOOrKULATIMEIS, Aaefra (Sueoaaaora to J. O. MaUuir Co..) kotthweit eoticr f TnBeriveala.Bvaa had IloTaalkaUoat. ADMIVIITXATRIX RiLR Of HACK, HORSES, HO HARKEIS, BOUBXlldLO JllJlTURA, tin THURSDAY MORRIRQ, April Mtfc, at 10 f 'cloak, at hooaeoa Third street, belwaea Bead V&1 0" tall tiaVollowta. anlaUaj baaea. nonoiil uirilll, oaaehejl f erattar. A. L Tara.ii Oaia JAhl. ADAVI, AdmlVeUnlrlR. p. 51 BT WH. I- WALLA CO., Aaeta., Now Marbl nulldlor. btoraa So. OOU aad VOW aoatboor. Peaaif Ivaala aveaee Bad Af lath atrt. 'lLIOF VILC tiTt a mum j TII1T1I BTRHTWMt ASP U RTRIIT Al "UOUULAta' UEIEfl buiR.' Ur tlrtaa of a daarao paao4 Martk S, lSTO, if tk a Ba pro Bit rain artko DlatrUI arOolaBibla. la tqallr atl'laf. la Ik oaaaa af Car aorta .kltfa TOUaarv Doaflaaa at aL. . 1871, aatraatao, will axpoa for aalaal pablta aittloa. to lha hliooft bldaor.oa HnHO IT, tbt aaaoaa dar af Mar. 1. D. 170. al S n'al ak. wa.. ! ! f Ibo pranloaa, tk followlar plaoao ar paroala of iat la to aar i Thai lot. tlaa ar aaraal af a-roaai aliaaio,lrlaata4blaitathaMaaraaBiaoradtwa keadrad aad iwaatr-ihra. (tti la th Ur of waaklBCtoa.aad daalr aaUd aa fo flTo()apoa Ik raooroaa pit aaia oqaaro. aaiiaaiac lor taa llaoaibaraoraitBaaoathwaalaorBarafaalaaqaara, aad Ibaa ratal at aortk wltk tka llaa of fUtaatlh Iraal waairurlt lOJIfaalt Ibaa da aaalarakaa. dradaadlwqiwalrtkKlObl ISlfaat.U tka llaa of lolkBBbartMl foar.tlt) tkaa wlik llaaofaaU lot aanbarad foar (4) da toath fortr (Jlfl. U tk aoria aiaaai itniuwnHUH laaacawiia taa na ofBonkOatrM da will haadrod ttd two IwalftbillOOl-lDfaallOthabaiUalaciooatalBlBf dBMtaatr faal aadtaqaara laaka of frwaad. Ala, part of a lot. plooo i parool of graaad dalf aa aaar thaaatakar Ito, (i,tla aplaaof aaab dlrUloaef tka arllaal loU la tka a. aar aaw bard two fcatdraa tad twaatr.tkra (U3) la U aatdaltraa Ih atma tabdlTlal la raeordad la Ikaadaaatat oa I wiia iaa iiao ai 101 aamaaraa iir ii a a aoati taaUo)faatio tka llaa or liaambd ira.lot) thaaoawtihllaaaf M Banbarad trafBiaaanaa. drd IwolwairthiOOOf ltlfaal to tk bail at tar. ootUlaltcl.UOlMiar faat ttdl Miaaralachaaot irmii wtiM ! m naiiuinaa impraTaaiaai. ritkU, aad apparUaaa u tba taid loU baloaf - Ur fhla propartr U uoat tllftblr lltatUl at lb araar of flnaaatb airaal Waal aad aolh U atraala, oppoall tk Traaaarr baUdlat tatf Iba Qaartar laaatar'a Daptnaiaat. Tanaa of aalat Oat UUi aab th rtdaa la tkra aqatl laiUllmtaU of a tklrd ftk, for wtica aatvaaraav wm aaa pbtbdi rapacuvir f. lS.aad9iBoalka froaidtr ofaalawllb laUraat f rota aald dal. Tk tltl will b raaarradUll fall BfiriihAaA fntiaav BAfftald- BAtllAnijint In h. maJ. porabaaa noaar.bapald. Kalttamaal io do nada wltklaaladaTifrota day or atla, oiharwla a r aal will bahtdtt Iba rlik tad aoalef dafaaUlag riTf rn avitara m it tka kamtaar. WM.l WALL h CO .Aaatlatra. H! T UHEKN at WILLIAHBI. Auetlonaara and Hat I Latata Hrokcra. Ma. V10 aoBtbtail eoraar of Itraath aad Ditratta. By vlrtaa of a daad of Uaal frm Bt. Clair arti aad wlf Utb aadaralcaad. traaUa. r "1 " " T ' "r' "r. IfcS.tad Moordtala LlUr RU'U, A. A, folio (lV. at aoa oat of tka Laad RaaArda for Waaklaalaa toaalT, 1 wlllatl,a MO a DAT, tka 9th day? (ay, U7U, la frtal or Ik prmlaa, at tka hoar of aa'alock.p ra., all that part r lot of craaala lty of WaablBttoa Baaibtrad I , la tqotra aaaibarad aa haadrad aad ality-ihra iiajf aaaoraiat Q a mitiiiib taaraai ay RanaalDaTldaoa balti th aaata proparlrvoa Ttyadtr Wm Korrlt tad wlfto C rialrBaTla by daadbaanat dtU jjtk of Aatoal, lit, aad ra ordad la Ltbar MOT, MvT. Tollot 4U, at Bag aoroaa ia .iaar aw ow. i. ivuuaaoa, ai aai frfaraaa iboroM btat had for a aaora fall da taripiioa ai aaia pari ioj. taid pari lot.) real htlfofLot foar . la Dtrld rliloa of tald fqmar 103. lb aaia rta foal als ItabM. nor or Iaa. oa Aiao. iaa wei aoa'a aabdlali rroatlicfotnaaa faaiala ItabM, noraorlaa. oa JV Birai, ii Mill taa as ma ropaT aoaTayaa i raal, llbaltf tba aaia propanr aoaToyadlo pTlaby AHrda aad JohaO. Clark b daod iTnoraabar 4, lfttt, aad rlda4 la Ubr ti , II. tl folio 98 at aaq , rafaraaea lowblek datadl n t. i ia Brny ruaaa ror m muar aaaanpiiOB or aaia rroporty, wltk tka lopror aaaala, watab ar a aaw br-aiory Fraaia tloaia, froatlacoa K atraat. b IwaaaQaaaaoUtal araa aad KlflkUalh atraat Tarnit Ott third caab baJaatalaf.il tad II Boalka, tba portbaaar to git BoUa for th da rradpayaiaaiti. baarlatlaUrcalfromdayoriala, Adaadgliaa aad a iaod la traat takaa a tba prvailaoa. All eoBTartaclag aad aunpa at tba louopaia aawa wnatr a tarmi akaald aol ba i afUr aaia, lb traate m propriy a taa naa tarakaaar. kv iii. tlalBgBBabroaala ihroallnaa la bob Btwipapar yriaiaw ta wiaaiir yj "J ally of WBaittajrloa uuifl vriiti.iAna. ap8aod4 Aatlara IV T URBEH 1VILLIAHS, AutiODn tia iiaai caiata uroiara, iw aoaiaaaai ooraar vi iiTtna aavt v airaata. ?, ITOoL, AVD TSTl'A.TKTI SBAT OHAIRI, finTTAOKMlTR: RATHkU UIDI if c.KPKTfl.krjoa: MATk, OTtOUlHI. tULL CLuTHk, PLATED TRAlfTI.CROCKlRT,ULAtrTAXB.lTOYX5, la TUUblaDAV, alU laaUat, t,-Bt-.Vi-a-w 10 e'alocki a n , w thall tall, ttHBBH Hoot Ao il9(old anmbar.loa 017711 BlraBlioalb,blwaaSUtbBagT.I I I I M aatk alroata wail, Iilaad. alii UaaUoatwoad pt Plata, TmUt. v.th lUol aadCaTcr.laparfaotordar. " T Maadaoma Rap HdallIoa Tal-aTU Bofaa, Foar Praaalaa Caaa-iaal Cbatri. Iraportad UttdtOB jfarbltfUp Caatr Tabla aid What Wal ant Cant tatSMpUoClikl aid l(atal lloa-back Roakara. Ota otl out frttaa Mirror aad tbrt Ota tlalreTotb Library It It StBitoBtXaaoiBliMlftrbla-topCotUfa tat, aadaona kaantnad Wood-top CotUfolal. 6 tcallaat Toolbar Badi, Pillow aad Bali tart. ak aad Cotton Maltiimi, tprlag bottom Iltadaoma Mtrblo-lop Black Watail Ildbotrd. bar aa foot Walnut laUaalaa Tail, kid Plalag Cbtlra UaadaonaPlaUdTMlat, lplaa PlaUl Boip Plaud CatUra Irory Uaadlad KaWta.tBodar' naka.) ilrocktrr and Olaatwtr rhrtfplr, lag rata aid BUlr CarpaU) Hail 011- Wal'aat Ilit-traa tad Com mod a OaaMoralBt Olory Parlor blow, oa Vlalat Cbtabar btotaij i - 3 r . UaRKIUt'Bplr H; T. Coiklag iBttfa. with Uawk'a AlftTakl lUaur, V x"v A good lotf btllohaa Raqalall. ' Thtboa larauar It aaw, balag oalrla aUalili roaaib.. and PfBl la Vkat.fr goo? BriltlaarllldowaUUatttadUtkl( Tarmitat . 0RKlg fc wlLLUkia, Aaafrtf ciu or corrx r bcalb. IflTT DlMlTMllf.l Bdbiavpf CovrrivcTioa iaa Kara i a, April II. lSTib, Thar wlU brrd for atla at pabU aoitloa, oa FRI 1AT, May , 1S70, tl 11 a'afoak. jo., at Ua Uaittd Buua a try Yard. Wathlaftoa. tboat aaratir ihoatttd(7v,autpiaadtf Coppflbtala, fa lu to tail porabaaara. 1 T ' II taa bvaiamiaad altaytlBa pravloat to tk day of aaia, apoa tppUatlloi o tb Coaataadtal altbaWaablcgloaaaTr Yard. , u , RaBplaft aiUarMtlahavaaktwaU par Mat, 01 BlUll Oaaball Udat tb lowed Io 1 MBit, All paynaataU V Bad a la OovaraBatt faadii aad bafor tba al la roiaoitd from tht lard. BUiUrdi. NA.TIONAL BILLIAltD J JEEQAaT-il Bet-Thirteenth A Fourteenth itreetf, Over ftatlaaal Tbaatra, BUUallCtu ItalkarH l tharl alla. Alto. kftkU for Fkalaa Capatlir. All h!g 1 billiard stAUrialf'f kbit, it L, lit till iMl TFjtr0k QTERB BB0KY ARD 01t.Tr KO(S. SO ft WO OD JTlOlllk. 01LJAI11T. Btl'TOPttDIJIOtKPiiXTIIIIIOJIj'illtl. fRKIICH OHItUt DIHNIR AMP TEA ! ill T ,o,o,yVB8.28?t.W551 iPRlHO lUTTKESBSl. V THHtR PL1 AMD lNHKAlJ Auction Sales. B f.iySMft" JWMBO, AnllotaT. TAlW5i!? !R0Y10 propirtt ow thi Auqtioil owiaitofta, iok iili ai aOBTCRopAT.IfaTM.klo'lokp to., wa will ll.alpabll aaaltjBjOB Ibvpramlaa. a4 Hlahairta. Tk bat a waabaillfoar yatra to. aad af tka aval mtunala. It ookUlattblr Ua lart room, with batlar't paalrr ttt tad wttar. tad til itio aotTalMa paruuraa to a lrat laaarMa brick rartlllaat throathtat tn boaaa, makltf It rat -proof f ha proporty btt naadaaa aitaaalvavlaw ofth FoUmaa fl?'' baro la aa oxaallaat lubl. Carrltf aa. faaa Ibaprarala a. arataorlaUi Ua third eiahi atdthab 4 J0 d4 f Iran ab th pro ob th profxrt. Mtanapa tad ot thaaaalpr thanarckaaar boiaiii DaRtftltLI. u r mTmt, ai aaiaia u rat art. THOMAI DOWUHO. Aaair. B T COOPER a LATIMER, An IT., OuaavBaora to J aa. i, mruuin at uo A&CTIOV"'" '"" ""' """ " r)akyflpiTATTIRr005. atiT8d,mj,a A 'clotk, w tkla oaf Aaetloai Heoma. wi thall alt uuowiacaainproTaaproiarrri loi l. tQatr lTiallof qaaraioathaf aqaarauiUt IS, iqaar Tiaiiol iqatra loath of aqaaraUi Kllolt, nj aar lata. a, T, aad V )la aqtai laaqaai low W. It aa4 U ib aiaarafDi tola la aqaarTli iotoISaadS3liaiaara7t lot H la aqaaraUUi lal STlaaqaarofSS aa IktrdCaahj Ikabaltaeatl li aa tbai aoaerad bra d aad ttt Iran, with iv?, flat fataraal. A dtpall f $VA will b aqalrod aa aaab pnrakaia. fill a ih prrrlr ladlapaUbla. Gaajaaca aad raraaa aiaaipt ! a trad aa aaab porabaia. p at a, B TTIIOHAHDOWI.1KU, Aurcr, V AHH .!! UnillHfl! Ttuiri,' .A RALE ft JAUJ.1I1.R TtlAL I. vaMituna, ifinaivi UW W AmA lit Iml ffA.a IL.I.U IIuah tt'i .-!"" .v . "n.wj::r-". r. " ?": n hiii. BwisriDvr. mig) novaniDor aa. 1 aid rert4 anaatat lka)aa4norda atlftld blatrlet fa UbarJf OT, Htll.laUi X, .,, aadaattr th letlravtloaa efth Corpora u aa' lharltlaa af 1A !. I will ! .t ...H. .. la;ra,lflkapriU... Alliktparalafraati CH taaiitjiaaa aaath aadparallal wllktka aat boaadary llaoof aalA oaUr lot to foal Uaaoo otal aad paraxial wuk tka Iralllaa 7Hfa(atd tkiaoa Iaa ttralgkt llaa wika baclaaltf.1' i" ,TplrS".'?", ? ,iW ! toatlilara Tory abttaatlallr ball! brlak Uatmaal, Iwo-tad a-balf atotlaaklgb, with largo aad fnBodloaa apartBaUlb.aiabalagbaBforBally katwA J tk 'Corporall a ar Twa Ha a. " Tl"I" "-.? " apaaiaaa aaa oarai oallat, TbaprBlaaaara eilaaudlBBdlataly MtklTBlaaaartbWablaitoaaBdOorguR Railroad, la tho antral part of tba Ulur ofty, aad ai I . ivi a r,,ii,if iiini f rait t Oa faarib af tba parabta noatf caah, adlharaldalafoaraqaal latalBaatB, al als. twolt. olabloaa aai Iwnit.lu, uiik. Bnk tUlfal ptraaatlof tb parabta maaay. Two oitaraa.r"ia)Ba pai WB Bl laa 01 aaia If th Urataof atla tr aol oiapl1d with wilhla twadari aftr aaab aaia. ika laaaiaa ra. aarrat lha right Uraaall Ihapropatty apoa tva day Botlot, al Ih rlak aid aoatf daraalllaf par- All tUapa tad 0BTayaae1att PirakaartaoiL ' HHOH OAPgRfOH TraaUa. .. ... Aatloar. atap1B-otd rtarl Imuran ce. rltSUBE YOUR PROPERTY JAT THE BRAKCII OVBIpR OP TRR H.RTL1KD F1EE IMDBiRCB COXfANT, TALLHADGEitCO., HftMacera. TOR D llraat, naar Mtn, NAtlooal DkDk(ortb RapnblU UalUli(, LOUOBDAUAQBBTriRB Ob UoatkfwabUUra.jf9 o 7Y ROCaAXairoiPOUCTITAUPOKIUirXT: A faw .'' Rallallara aa lad roaiUal B' ploywaalby apply tag altkla oalca. 'pIREUEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY OF Officii RooaHo, 1, ortr Baak f Wtablagtoa. Cfcartai-td brOncraaa i3T, Capital and lorplu $300,000 laaar all daacrlpUaai af property la th Dla trletf Colaaibla, noabargararataBpaarpoUtI. OltlOTOKlt RtAV riciaiL. Liwia Joaiaoa, w. a. bowibb, fct O. WAT It. TBOt. PABKIB, A. A. WlUOr, IO. IBOIKABIt. A. BOTBWIlt, B PBIBOB, fOOrgatWB. T. ID M.AAK4 CBAB.W BATIB, otWaablaitoa. JAMBS ADAMS. Pra.ld.at. AlH 0. DATlt, Boaratary, aptl aodsm "A PRUDENT MAN FORE SEETII THE EVIL." Tn protperity prtpartor advtrtity, Injure your property with a. s. 1'itATT a soar. In tht Phartiz, of Hartford, the Von- ktri, Hone, and Firemen, pf New VorK and thut guard againil hl by FIRE I Iniure your lift mui Excdnor, of Sew York, and thut provide for tht comfort of thou you love, when you are talen from them. A, S. ritA TT SON, Agentt, No. 3, F. M. O. A. Building. Interior Adornments. 1223. NEW SPRING GOODS. 1223. Till XOIT C0UH.ITI ITOCK OT 1'ArEB-IU.NUIND, wiHDon.niiADES,a..,.., Ii Ik CUtrl.l mow U itor.. At prk., for .Aah. hl.r fr work I. Ih. rltr ar .o.mtrv . .!. i prompt! r n4 a.tb. I.w..t prioM. niawun-i.twufi ...cnpuo. .u. !f. 1,!I3 r.BB.rlvi.u ....., e tw B.IW..A Tw.lflh ABdThlrtM.U ill. riPERIIANar.n AND CrUOLSTZItEB, iMMrtnAAl DwUrl. fnacn aid AHiiioii rAMUBAJomoi nrHouriiroooDi. , math at. W..I, b.t. D .ad M !., f.tl Wmtimi, p. c BT UEl'UIIITOUY, .TBI! IilrMllxIWMa TUiUtAlltit r.r- Olt PAINTimifitmuSS'N ANtAMEB- lUAIf UURUUOS, LNUBAYlnUS. rUOTOOUAFIIS AND MTHOOKAPIISt ' ARTlaTM MATWHfAf-W f.llklBd.l STZncosoorEs anu stebeosoopio VIEWS) n.9Utmfl "eooebs1 anoUFa ur sotji.ptube, f. bkikk ... ... ..,. .-. ...Ik. hl.i.l...' Palnti, pill, Ac BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS. ArUkllo. aiUal t, mr ito.k al PAINTS. 011,8,, qMSS. &... WklahlAaatartuapMlAl IaAmwaaU faraaikv Ala. AuU. la o... ou. tfv.S.K'i,2i'. '"" fo. 310 0alraai.tad M UataUTaraaa 'bL tlilkaad i.t.aik tu.. aadl ftaula &"; M PtnUitry, " . T 1 JlS UtiiMhtuattt Avibvii atai roartMBtti ttva, Iallappar atdlowar HUUlbt......B49 laglaapparor lOwariiU.M.,,..'.: 1 Partial aaia froB.......i....iO W 14 BitracUaa by lbaalpargM.M.t 19 ra'ttf' rrilEBM0METEn3iPlj,rtT. KINDS, tn great varktyijuiljrt'ctived.. flole Agentt for", Woiiruff'tlpitent porlaili. JJarokttrr, th (( n ftte.y Optician, near National Hotel, n-u ItatBatUa, Paaa Parwau, Parlor Biatkota, fll Ura AlatU, Crd, TtiiaUaad Htllt, tad A gaaartlaad aonplaia aaiortmaatof ararytblailBoarflaa. Black, Waiaal aad Ollt Oval aad tqaaltrlaiaraPraraaa, dHlt-tf HMIT1I a MTRONU, HI WIIB W B(S WI, IUI ID U lllllll BpeoUt Hotlce. rpf-TlinWRRD PAHILY FA. lr7 . TOR1TI (that ih Uad f all othar IIW IRO HArillRKII It aa a Blraltbt Vaadlai makMibBlaatlI.kUUha1lka both aid; la P9 ) npl that a btld ni 4rataad lit bo light raaalaf that aaaraaly aay t ffrt la rtqalrrd toaaapit ia aaaiina, in iiaapaaiaoi pariorniag th g raaioat yartaty af work Tka Waad an awardad rlralFHta rttP1ltalbpaH Bipoallloala lfi lllakoat HAdaland Diploma Apaarjaaa laaltiaU. Raw York, IMwialao. Oold Kadal at Marylaad WatllaU, a 111 mora, IBub, .Tr all oakor maablat. . , ina a i a old lntaartbofifatbtilM.thlaforSm(tr aboald aot fall to aaantt tba WBXD i: or parahtajBi aay olhara. Id laitailraaata of aio par moalb by OORgUCU a, I)R YAUOUAlf, . , . . . . ' ttkirt, i f p!1 If f , Bat Paaiiylaaala araaaa tad D at. , av?B merimii rnMniMvia nw lrV7 TRAOT ur MlATaarMtrat aMaoay aadaoavaalaaoala boatklag tad axaallaaa laaooklag Koaa taaalaa wllhoai tbaalttttaa ofWroaLlabti, th laranlor. aad of Mtx VatUa kaffar, dalagtt. aa.t" aLB1WJ B0J"v. HI Broadway, Raw fori. jaai-mwir WEf OIL, wltb hypo-pboapblto of LIB, a graat lBprojma 1 1 nada wltk t h bt all k bowb. apMOLLRIl'g HOUWKCltAlf COD KX? Urar oil la laaa abjaatUaahla to tk itat aad traall. Il It taorvratdllr takaa by da) Iaa t par aoat aad ablldraa. la aar ally aaatmlltWd, aadUpTvdBailraof mora In Modi tl baaall tbtR tbrkladBf all ar. " Dr J. Marloa llna,atyrt "For yaarg f btdglraaaptbaaaaaf Ood Lltar Oil altajalbart bal alaoonyatltlloB waacallaJ by Dr. Rayraio PaUrMollar'aCod Llrar Oil, I btra prMrlVd It almoat daily, aad batMTary rata to bprftly io'dby Dragglita. kpll UwSm kvrsi pnosTii ATiun ruD out.. kv Tlalaal pariatlraa, aaiUaa. aallTaktat iltaUriac. AAA UaaAlaf kara ka Ik.lr lap. Tk.aLkaaa.alaafarb.parlAaaaAUatlka.a.1 wtp laaaratkamlat, daatroplka Utlla Iraatth tkal lleaaaa baa lafl Lkaa. Drapaptlaa laataa, of daalaff Ikanaalt.a wltk apaon alia. alaM. aalralalk. Jalap, aad alkar Bo.tf.l .Bill.. lira. Ian tlili JI...H I. ..divi.Miv.i,biv.r.Tika.:.v.r.',ViiA.: aah oittara, . . rtraa or Pllloaa hablU, Itttaid ofthrowltg Ibkwbologlaadalar trtUmlatoa tauofiaorbld a'li ?.U i tTllh "'i PoImb, aak rallaf. aad . Tl i 7 wi.ai wi u waniaoB labia altaraUat apa tba dlaordarad lltar ad tttiraiy btrnlata. . TrataUraby laid aBdararala1aaTlalbanA.ua Iaa of aa agrooabl aoiraatlr. which proUcit thtBrranthaoflUracUftfBaltrfronaaaalak" a , aad f rata tba dtatarblag IbIibm f abaataa af Uajarator. aad baag of watar tba wak aad ttoblltutad foal tkalr aUaaath r- t coaaeltBtUaaiy racaaaaaaad iafad, labaallk. aLlka aa-J ..ilu.11 Tkaralt aat k UyTtowa, or aattlaaMBi aa Ih i ''?- wr i la hot racaltal aa a fcill",'il JwH'-aW ifogard agalaaiapl" dtBlaai aad, la ihoit, waaaorar tbor lalaiailU gaae. praoaa. aad mbbob taaaa, HaaUtlar'a far w blab, ta ih wholoraaitef pbarBacT. ikara UboaabiUUUoraqaiTBlaaV.T aW-Jt 3-IWKKTUlAilTI ABO WIVKB. Prattkila Papliihing Company. I iB RMS PVBLISHIBa OOMPAlfY.-A . , LIto Rok-Sior ta aa taxpaUd pla i"lV botWMB Ooatraaa aad tba rag lag Tlbar 11 Faaaafltaaia araaaa. A"i)T.H,A?.J.?V0ICBA.tP TnOBB BBWARD RplBdliOhrBoor Oraat, Llaaola. Wah ltgtot. A,, at 0ld Prlaaa, atHOPRIfll', 141 faaaarlyaala iniia, WRi7ttTll;ORaBE-BCnO0L.CLAB r.J.ICAL.Law, Madlcat aid BlacalUaaaaa BoikatlAUCTJOJf PRICES, at tl " 7AAVKUV BOOK-ITORB. t u uopkiub. JOBBAOIlTf WARTED, EAaotbrr,arrltylofth Horn Phyilalaa, VI' L"i f StllKII. OllTB LogaB, alkTraia, At..a( liOPKlKb'' lal riaiylTaala avtaaa. GBIAT BABaAIMr-THRll BDP1BI01 IHOW.OASErl, aod tt aaw. Call at lb flawBOOK-BTURR. lil PoaaaylraaH arVata" batwMa flrtt aad Booadttru,aar tba CapltoL OA TBORODQHLY COMPBTBRT AHD L1VB J AOBRTB WASTED al 11 PaaaiyUaala LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS. A tarra lAaalaa laal la. ! .! al ilftf T PltCEflat IbaYRAHRLia BOOK-ITOHE. Lf al Cap, RoU aid It parlor Trtaab Paper. Ea V1apB, Aa. A larga atiortcaaai, AH al wkl ala prlea. Trad aapplUd at 141 P aaaylf ttlt artana, r nkss-tf B1at.1i: 33ooljef. A larga Hock Jut raoalTod, Alao ttporlor IBr, MDCILAQI, C0PT1K0 PlUtlS, Ac, By lb YBAHKLIR PDBLUHIHO C0MPAHY, BbW U U1 f aaaaylTaBlA araaaa. A DIDLEINEVEUT FAMILY. il'&TOl? Ill Uf '"i " Bta4l-f ' tnm OOLD rXICEB, At tk piAtT-anr boocttorb. 1870T alt Ton nit, Amnlkav ! fall a.n.1. .1 ViniTiiii. n. abi mid-ii p.rr.Kr'. ,rir"Vk; traia appiia aj a itrg diaaoaai. faliLfij"poBLiHaa compary. Bb If lJl PotatrlraaU aratao. Wood tad Coil. Cumberland coal-amoetbd ir qdali. ti to talubl forrtmlly, Uanlag aad blak tBllh parpoMt, fr aaia at lb lowaai poaalbla rata for caah. OBuei roar-aad.a half atraal aad apri-lio vapvairotsBAaa ruiiiia aixia Btroai, a. L. laiHirr. COAL AND WOOD. JAUBB '.OLlAflajr. tUacttaor to 01. too a It IfaaBiUatrt wharf.bfalaaa 1 laforn hU amaraaa fiiaada aadiaaUaaara lb a I ha la sow raparad to fa fa It h, at law it narktt rtUa, iba .J?'. "."? ". ?. " tt M la lb paatt Qaltk aalaaaad bmII prIU" aadaal bay for aahoaly, aadra at ararr amtll tdratoa, ny rraa la f utar will ba atrlaUy caah. Will idtka a PfolaUr ( anpplf lagdatlail fron b aaatal at a tAh tdraatr tttr aotl Ordtn by nail will racelT prompt attanttoB. JAMEa ULIAIOR.' aplA-tf 0 atrtatwbarf. WaablBgUa" D. C. WOOD AND COAL. AT HEDUCED PBICES, . ntrlag baotblof TktDut J. Oalt lha Btaaa, Raw MkU.rWUf baranlb-atralwkarr.I am aawpra. parad to raralib Waod aad Coal t alTklad ttlbt follwlag law prlaaa i Plna Wood.laaiff, pr rd. EMM aaiB4oriaa, par com , m............ T. Oil Oak Wood, itwidla 3 or pltctk ..Janlll n....l an lUatorp- Wood, laag ., B SO LlBdllaar Wood, 1 ulaaaa, aawad aadiPllltPir cord.......... ...t 1,50 Alao. VIoAllwc Wood 1m bnatdUa. IJeplagby atrial alUtilaa to baHaaaa to ratal t A liberal pair a aaa a. Offloa 1) PaaayUaaa areata. btweea Twelfth aid Thlrtaeatb tlru( wwi wibibb n u,,a jaamtv wwai tad at 11111. faot of aaLb ilraal a. r. uvufiB. baiwata Twel !' T DM BIB. WOUD AID COAL. LjkaaaVtUay Cotl, gg aad tUof.lOpr loa. Whit Aah. f c atd aUra f per Ua. aad AthRal Cotl ,...H I par Ua, Ecai EiUtw AkbdU JOHN R. AEEIBOH, llEAI E8TAT1Q AGENT, , rifiliWaalaait tad Pkuyl-kBlTo. ' CapIUIHUU n ICQOIOlBTJILD.Vd LOTB, Capitol RlUfag lo3l(liALr5lX'kU VtltlK lUWTtfl Bi.rtraU Their ahtUarad aargla with aaVara vJslzfriiESr o rw, bibi tad ld4UrabaoraatrafCllbafr,a4Uiya af traa Marriaaw-wltC aaalUry aldKr Ik? wi tra I aay war a atttod far BaiAnewIl bairalBaAT HV.'rXLBiasldavlvPM Addr, HOWARD ASBOOIATIUJIb Roe P.ThW.lpliU, PWa'- " JbITIbB , ajiivaiaiaf auinw g i, u gi II, i,w til alpflya1arBokal'lhaday,laladlar1Pbyala ?fi W'Vt I11 PbTBlaiat'llHra Loita'a 'Btblji tht loaa.,1' Mark Twala,'" ,TBar. mmt a SBBaWU A RARE OPPORTnillTT PORA YEW DAYR, b AITBR TRAIIKLIV BOObBTOUR. lal Poaaaylraala traa a a, la parchta Booka aad Btalloaorr al QuLdVRICSS. Jaal ratTd. Ib Nv Yorktal) R)toHprcat, aard. aiia. aiaaiBi uoi..t , apar a flMWftod... .. ipereotL Dak Waod.w...,,..,!, Tparaurd riaa Waod, aawad aad eplll. . . fpareord. Oak W, sawed aad apllt. .. iparaord. wliarf Dopoi aad Btaam Mill, Brtaab Tar J yuiai..VuI ' "VIS tratl EaiL aihW t" TU1U T" ud WUtk lt,JUlU WUBIR6T01I riCTI 1RD UPEKlllORf. IRTBRRAL RBTRROR RRCBtPTB fttUi JiTwir tannftAi 10 TnR rmldent will probkblr Imys Wu' Icgtoa oa Tharnday for a ,trtp iNorth. Rod will u Abient noUI tbg folldwlni Monday. Mayor Dowrr bki Inflaento wlih Coo- creii. bat tome how or otbet ho' tripped Dp when ha tried to prevent the con lr mat loo ef fllilCB if, JlaOOIin. Th Jlooae Commtttee on rclflc RallroAdi will, drf FrliA, clre a flntl hearlDg to thi friend: ma opponent of the bill for the tranaOonUncntal Bail road Com pari y. Nayiowal Theater. Tho-"nedL!thl7 drew r booie IajI dLcU ertn better that, npon Ihe opemnj sight of .the piece. Th t'mj wui do repeAiea lo-nifff l. DtrDTT CoMMiisiORRR Dououu Tester day rtcelred the ud lnttUlgtnce of the md-' Hen death of hie jonoareit child .at Erie. Pa., and left here laif BYenlof for hie home at that tjlaca. ' Trh aptrrroor TtRCRrrTOir of Mri.Orant yeiterdaywat wtl Attended. Ur. Admiral DAhlg reo, Mn. Or. fiharpe. Mr. Crtdwell, aod MUi Cox aialdted Mre. Ormt to reeelT Inj. m i It was nnuoBSDjesterdA that Air. Weit, lha chief cleik of the Treat ury, had been remoTed. The eame authority atf ned the place to Ur. FarofU. now of the Internal lUrenne D arete, or to Mn ii II. Bitllli. Mayor Bower baa inch powerfol loltaence ttUh Coognii. Bat It waa not powerful enoah to prevent the paeease of the Market. honee bill, which he fonsht like a titer. We really pltr Mayor Bowen for hie maoy defeat.. Tna Cabikrt beiiiok yeiterdAy laated from noon nntll after 3 o'clock, the subject matter belDf prtnelpalljlo reference to tht Wlnnepeg trooblee and the expected TenUn demonitratlone. Tho probability of lerloie tronblee with the Indians waa dlacuiied at length. A brother of the late Captain Wllllami. of the Oneida, wae al the Navy Department jeilerday for the parpoae o( eettllas tho ac coinU of the Utter. Secretary Bobeeonhai detlded nottOaUettpttror ralwtbe Oneida. fine will be eold aa Bhe id. offer baring Already been knade for tht wreclc, TtrariRTTor Trtanry clerte who weot WeP eornc week itnce. In charge of legal teddtrf and fraetlotjal enrrency are expected back thallntof nulttk.1 Amo&f theat are Mr, E. aTUrtleit.r prtrale eecrcUry or Secretary Bontwell, and Mr. E. O. Qrarei, chief clerk or the United SUtee Treaaarer'a offlee, Natal Ordrra. The following naval order wen luned yeaUrdayt Ordered Mter George J, Mitchell, to ajgnal dot at Waiblngtoni XdiIiti Perry Oant. to dnly In the north iquadron of ihe raclflo coat Tbt order or Lteat. Com. Charlee McGregor to tgnal duty have been revoked, and he I ordered to doty at tht Naval Obt ervatory. CoWMtaainwcw Datiao ivao tww4 xrH loitrnctlona td rectlfltri and wholesale lienor dealers reipectlng the manner In which they most keep the new form of book recently prescribed for their bnalneM. Revenue offi cer, are required to rigidly insist npon tht parties relented to keeping their accounts as prescribed, and neglect will lay parties liable to prosecution. Admiral Poor has notified the Navy Department of his visit to Santiago da Cuba, and states that he has aUlafactorlly adj dated the, accounts or the late, eooinl, A, E. f hll Ups. at that port, andrnpetie that tht trou ble between the8panlh authorities and FblUlpe wal not of such a character aa to prevent his returning to the place. Deputy CouKisiiOnxaGtTEX, la charge of the division or distilled splrlu, Internal revenue bureau, left here yesterday morn lag for SprtDgfteld, Mass., for the purpose of examining the gin distilleries In that locality, the manufacturers having complained that they canuot tarry on their business under the regulation prescribed for tht govern ment of whUkydUtUlerlea. lie will report what modification, If any, are necessary. Oasb ih Tna Trraicry. The coin bal aoceof the Treasury Department Is I114 o81.809.SI, of which amount ttt.S6,000 Is for coin certificates. Tht earreacy balance Is $8,303.0.7.43) thocgh the cash on hand will be considerably reduced oefore the end of the month by payments authorised by the deficiency bill which recently passed, and under which large amounts are daily dis bursed by the Department. Taa Pxbsidekt ok Groroia The Presi dent to-day expressed rlmseir freely to his visitors upon the subject of reconstruction In Georgia. He regards the amendment sub mitted by Senator William as the best solu tion of the question, and expressed a hope that a settlement might be made with that for a basis. lie Is very detlront that this question shall be settled at an early day, not alone for the sake of the people of Geor gia, but for tht sake of the Republican party as well. TKiuA. Cor JV. T. Thnu, SCO. I r in. ah Opera. The opera troupe, which will comraeaee a brief season at Wail's Opera House on Thursday evening, poe- sessee many arlUUt of recognized ability, many of whom have been heard in our city before. Blguor Brlguoll, who has the direc tion or the company, has alwaye been ac knowledged to possess the "sweetest1 tenor which has been listened to within the mem ory or the present generation, and though he Is unconscionably lasy, yet he can slog. The sale or tickets will commence this morn ing at Ellis muslo store A Corporal Work or M sect. It has been the custom of the Navy Department ror hal r a century or mora to pay the funeral expenses of Its deceased officer, anil re cently the bill of an undertaker In this city was presented to the Secretary or the Navy ror service, Ac, rendered In Interring an officer of high rank and who was reputed to be wealthy at the time of hie demise. The second comptroller decided the claim should be paid, but the fourth auditor positively de clined to audit the account, and so it was referred back to Secretary Itobeson, who directed the navy paymaster to liquidate the undertaker's account. Tun I'usuo ScnooL Bat. The House Committee on the District or Columbia yes terday considered the bill to provide ror a uniform system of public schools In tht Dis trict, and discussed the same at some leagtb. The only amendment adopted waa one pro viding (hat three fourths of the amount necessary for the support o( the schools should be raised by taxation In the District, ana int otter fourth be pud by the uovero jeet. The bi w,l come np again at the next meeting, wben'A.- E,- Newton will ex plain o the coMmUUeMIie necessity ror the TtAllA.Q'Anr'tr.a Mil . r a i" w.w aat vu vf u. ErrROT or trr Leoal Trader Decision. The President Is anxious to have the Supreme ixKrecDaogo us a ecu ion on the lejral ten der question, as he Is or the opinion that nnder that decision those soldiers and sailors who were paid paper money between the rut in me vaine or gold and the enactment of the legal tender act. will have a Hunt to demand tht difference between the value of paper ana gold on what they then received. lit estimates that tht total difference In the value of the soldiers and saliors pay dur ing that time at one hundred thousand dot Ian j but It cannot amount to that sum. The Choral Bociryy'r Coecrrt, Tht concert to be given by this society at Lincoln hall on Saturday night next U quite the talk among musical people, and a large number of ticket have already been eold. The object of the society In placlog the .tickets at sneh a low figure Is to bring the price of admission within tht reach of all, thereby enabling even those of moderate means to enjoy superior mule at minimum cost. A number of soloists have been en gaged to add to the attractiveness of the concert, and It Is Intended by the mnstcat director that this ihall be th concert of tho season. Tna Motrmskt or Taoors.--Five com pm.es of the Seventeenth Infantry, recently on duty at Camp Grant, Richmond, passed through this city yesterday en route for Sioux city, Iowa, to which point the regi ment has been ordered. They were under the command of Major It. E. A. Crofton. Foar more companies of the same regiment are now en route from Raleigh, North Car olina. The remaining company, on duty at Camp Grant, will be promptly relieved by a company of the Fourth United Stalee artil lery from Fort MclTenry, and Join without delay the balance or the regiment. The Fourteenth United SUtee Infantry, scattered through Kentucky and Tennessee, will be hastened forward by tho quickest means. It Is believed In official quarters that the In dians are advised of the great reduction of our army and the scattered condition of the forces, aod that the threatened outbreak Is Indicative of their cunning to take advan tage of every means In their power to op press the frontier lettlers. The troops at the command of General Hancock will, tt Is believed, be Judiciously stationed. Tbr Status or a Cocrtry as Arracma American Cow sum to bar Located. In the Bopreme Court of the United Slates yes terday the case of J, J. Maaoney against the United BUte was decided. The claimant was a consul at Algiers from 1154 to 1850, and return log to this country In 1863, he brought suit to recover his salary, which the State Department had declined to pay, claiming that since Algiers became a pro vince of France, the section of 1860 giving a fixed salary to consuls there aid not apply The Court of Claims found for the Govern ment, holding that the csaoged condition of Algiers rendered the art of Congress fixing tba salary Inoperative for want of a proper anbject. A law reUtlng to Algiers as a part of the Bourbon Pwers did not mset the con dition of Algiers as a province of France. This court affirmed the Judgment or the Court of Claim. Persaaal. Qtatrtl Frank BUlr wa oa th Boor of lb Kouae-of BtpraiaataUvM rtiUrday and was varmlr greet d by th member of both pollt- bai partial, ItUikld that LltuUnaat Oorraor Wood fcrd rttlfa the editorship of the. Brook lro Vnfw, and Theodore TUtoa ued him. Mr. and Mr. Floreaee sail for Europe Msr It They will retnra la the fall with a aw phjr, wrlttta for then by Tom Taylor. aob rt QomIo Zlarptr, the alor propri etor of the attysbargSf4Fad 5fiaW,dlad at hit mIdDelaGUyiburcoa Utt Saturday, Bob. Oaslua M. Clay hsa Bi"a aphla retl- deiee In Newark, N. Ji aod ha gene to Tonk ra,N.Y., tollra. Jbhn Ruiitll Young aew paper Is to be allad the 8ndW, aad will appear oa the lit of May. Br. aad Mr. Scott 8lddonaw.Il la feturt make Italy home at Uartford, Oeaa, Ex-city Judge Adrata D.RuiialldUd iud deilyytiUrdtymorolof, la New York. Mr. Jama II. Uaakatt li playlag " FaUtalY" ror th benefit of the merry wive of OhUaio. Tht amount of peraoaal property of the late Qterf e Peabody, aa retorned to the eourt of Eofland. amount to four naauraa inouitaa pouada, Th whole amount la thl aouatry la aot ytl made public, aa th xutora hay aot yat takaa oat JetUra, except ta tbt Stat of Maaiaehuistta. Ilea. Portar Shtldou, New York! Oorg Vf Darti. U. B.A.i W.D.Shtiatr.U. S. N.lDo.' mlSfoKult, Uabai W, J, Ilaraatt, U. S. N. Uod. Jacob A.Wrturtt, Ex-Mayor ef Nw TorkD, Eenaldy, U. S, N Ilea. OU Nor roca, exMyor of BcitoniO. A. Bicknell, TJ. S. N. 8. O. Dogtrl, New Totk Frtoili h. Swann.U, S. N. John EUli, Doitoo, Man.f UuoUogtoB Smith, V. S.N.t Hon. Jam X, aibaoo,TlrElaU,aBtlJ. 1L Thompoa,UUla borough, Ohio, ar at th Ebbitt livuie. Preildaat Oraat la aald to be agollatlDf forth parehas of the "Bartholomew Tami la Prlaee Qeorg' county, Md., near th Bl-. trlct line. It la oa of Ih &at country place la Maryland, and, If he buy tt, th President wlB occupy It aa a aammcr rtsldcoae. TH HtrarUael Trial. Ia the McFarlaad trial ycatarday, Dr. Tasc wa agala examlaed aad taatlflad to th Irra tional tsaaaar of th prlaoaar, During th tzsmlaatloo th wlta aald hewa called forth dfanc, aad Ustlfiad for th proatau tloa. II also testified la th Ohamhcr as, aad said that Chamber waa aot laaan. Gbambar aald he had triumphed ever all th doctors bat the wltacss. ur. raraoas, pnystsian to tna new xora OltytiuaatU Asylum, testified that lath itUidii that bad already bteo adduced, h aheuld eerUlalydcaa theprlaonar lasana al lb tin ef tk shooting. Or. UtmBtoad, formerly lurgcoa general of lb army. ttiUdaa that h found th prisoner of a highly axtltabl tmpramot, Th dcatn of Judge ltuccall wa thtn an noaascd.and la raipect to hta memory th court adjourned uot.1 to-day. Ilr llammoad will to-day b xamlnd at still greater length aa to the definition of tn atalty, Ac. Soicidr er a Bor. A suicide of a most unaccountable character took place on Sat urday last at the Telegraph flour mills of Messrs. 8aver A Anderson, at tht north east corner of President and Fawn streeUf A lad, aged lese than fifteen years, an em- flajeeoftbe mill, named Tbomaa Henry lopp. was found dead on lha second floor of the balldlng, la the room known a the "mixing" room. When discovered by the foreman of the mill, a little before one o'clock, he was hanging to a door-latch by a twine string, such as 1 used to lie grain bags. Ill knees and one band touched the floor, and if he had stood ap strangulation could not have been effected. Ilia body was thrown forward, aa If there was a predeten tninatloa to end his existence. The act was Committed during th absence of everybody about the mill, at the time when all had gone to dinner. ,Corouer Carr " .Id an In oneit. It waa In evidence that his em- ployers regarded him as a good natured anU pieaaau. dot. no waa iaa uvtitcu auum quarter of an hour after twelve o'clock, aod the aoDCArance of his ttasket. conUlntnt his dinner, eviaencea tna no naa pariaaea o. tome thin. There BDDcared to be no cause for the act, though It wa suted that he ap- pearea to do greauy cxerciiea at toe tragical end of the Mann family, with whom he was well acquainted, being less cheerful than usual, ills brother aUtea that bo went to bed a usual on rrlday nignt, a nine alter nine o'clock. The Jury rendered a verdict of "suicide by banging." Tho body, la ir.anr-f.f rUarffent Jar. of the eastern dla- trlct, wae taken to the residence ot his Bitumen SnlprUtlth. The floword laTeallRalloB Letter fretm Uemeral Deratem. The Committee on Education and Labor, la the Howard InrestlgaUon yesterday, con cluded tht examination of II. M. Mantey, freed man's burean arent at Rlehmnni. In r. latlon to his having pnrcbued $10,000 of the rim congregational church bonds. Rev. Byron Sunderland, one or the tint tee of tht Untverilly, waa next called, and testified ae to lha operations of a committee of which he waa a member, appointed by tbt trustees, to Investigate the rautt of the fait of the nospital walls. Thld committee made a vcrv thoronrh ex. amlnatton of the material, and were unable to agree upon a report. Subsequently an- outer committee was appointed which made a report, but no report had ever been made by the original committee. Xu Sunderland was directed to produce the papers In connection with this Investigation ror the use of tka committee. Mr, Simon Wolf, register of deeds, was alao before the committee, with coplea of the record of his office in relation to certain transfers of University property. The following letter from Generat II. V. Boynton wasTtad to the committee and laid over for future refers ncei Wiivrtarow, D 0., aSohi. a. m .ernfii. vtat Sdneatton mnd Labor, mi si llarlof bean charged bafor member oi roar vomnmi, ana in an in nawiptr which tha tndlaeraat friend a afrianarai if ardhar bacaabl toraaah, wltb Instigating th present InTaatlgatloa Into tba affairs of the Vrdmn's Bureau, and with hating brgua It bylttttr toth Cincinnati Ottntt, tl.Wl.AU a.A.l.l aaia aal.l .... " invwuKu. a .aiu, uj uiuwr ano. tlftt than a dralr to furnlsa news, I and myself eompallcd to bring those letters to the attention of th committee, leaf tha I r refit. Urltlts mentioned In thm mla-htnot other. wit bimlatd, thus enabling: the parties thee Utters had beau found untru. I Inclose eoolcsor such as 1 har I Inclose eoplasof auen as I hare at hand relating principally to Irrtgulsrltlea tune- orinemaiir io lrreauiarinaa is tnta District, aad will obtain others setting forth facta conecrnlng th bounty frauda la Keo tatkyend rcancis and tk planUtloa spao altUona of th preisat adjutant g aaeral ofth bureau la North Carolina a abort tlm pre vious to hla being appolnled flnasolal agent or lioward unlrertlly. Theea letters war all w mi en linger apcciai int'ruciions irom in offlca whleh I rtprteent to preeent sneh alat. ment ottbet atTtlrt as too Id b substantia ted without regard to tba parties corner nod, aod hence thay weranot lb outgrowth of any ocrtonaldliDuta. Th testimony bfor your eommltt has already shown la th iktreat caaaaer that neither tba church eharaad with loeltlaa roar Infcctlgatlon, aor IU pastor, bad any knowl edge oi ma natter nntii it appaaraa lata ewepapaia. As to my owa al tka a lab a a haw t 1. That Mr. Waod atteanUd ta havaanln. veittgatloa Into th real aifata traaiactloai of in oureau in tnia iiiiirict la juareb. 1ISS, three moatho bafor 1 erer wroU a word con cern I oc aar of tbeai. X, That Judg LiBwrenee, of Ohio, enetklag of lb Unlrarelly, declared, la a epeech Id tba House of Kepratentatlreoo theltn of April, ises.that "It was a mistaken application ef iiiuiioioi u. iiiNDi, auru io inn. tilbuUanr nortlonof them toaueh aa lnatitn. Uoat" aad that "th Jaw authorlilng th Com mlaaloaer to aid In cducatlog colored youth oerar eontamplatad such an application of money aa ha been mad to th Howard Uat- a A all AAA I, nniBII. IIDD .B UODHBIll D Triadmia'i Affalrt. la lha earn itahaia. an. noancu 9 taaj iiouaa ion ma uonaptroucr 01 the law to allow th very kind o( payBcats dow omnlalnad of. aad whleh have tinea haat, made, although the Mouse at tha tlm re- iuhq ia in mi laiDDniT una ihp n m ii Bhenka. 4. That Mr.MeNcdy.of Illinois, la debet oa th list of March last,madath Identical sa erg v qun,frnip uawara UBirerilir BOW preferred by Mr. Wood. It Is also tru that th eharre about the harsh bonds, aad tboa or h VawagMea'e (ihrletlaa Aoeoelatlon, waa flrat prlalaj la Eaatcra nearepaper, aad bo word or Ua of It eame from tna. it la farther true tbat'Repabiioaa mem bers of two eommltteea of Congress hay here tofore satisfied themselves by Inrestlgatloa of th eilitene ef som of th lirearnlarltlaa charged, and most of them, so far aa the Dis trict leoonceraoa, oar oeaa a matter 01 com mon notoriety for over a year. It Is hardly necessary to aay that X do net furnish legal opinion to Judg Lawraeor to th Comptroller of the Treasury. With Mr. MaNeafy, X bare nerer to this day ei cheated a word or message of aay character, X bar never approached aay member of Cob- rraaa w,ib a raquaat to dot eonnm oi nveitlgatloa into th matters bow pending. I never mat Mr. Wood In dt Ufa. tad oerar a i banged atmesssg of any kind with hint anttl after h had received tholaturof Oca. Howard. Inviting- aa laveitlgttlon. tad had lafotBed the Speaker that he de aired to mak bis personal atplanatloo aad had rUca to try and secure tha floor for th purpoa. Up to tbU point 1 had not received an Intimation from anv Quarter that Mr. Wood waa nrenarad t aapos th affalra of th bureau. Aftr havlag failed to obtala th floor, he was In formed by Republican members that the Cla Innatl Ottiu had printed som letters about Howard University affaire. Atthls Mr, Wood lattart. I replied that aa they wereprlated aod nubile property. X bad no objection, bat be mueaanaeraiBDa mat wnuat oiiva tnam antbla of nroof. all of Uea. Iloward'a f rlaada attributed them to prsontl spit, aad de nounced than aa fait. I did not Mr. Wood's charges at presented till I read thcu la the newipapacs. Sine, having beo sum BBoaadaa a wllaaaa. I have. In eomtnnn with other wltacssaa, aaswsrcd sush preliminary quMuuBi aa iaa aaaai lor tna proavouiioa aa pui w abw. And now. tinea tha harre ao wldal alraa, latad by Uaral Howard' frleade hav mado It Bcececary.ln salf-dafae and self vlndlca- lion. bob Borraionuni aimior to mm ao barge that cannot be sustained, X daalr to ay to you that, o far aa Mr. Wood' charge cover any of th ground of my itUere, or whrvr my letters or th la formation at my aommand cover other matter than hla ahar-aa and la many polata they da I hold myself ready to furnish your commute th means of substantiating the material points Involved, in to tnat ana win ieo turn iaa tna laeie ia ay possession to th counsel for th piosecu- Ifery respectfully, h.y. SOtrtor, Arehblsbep flpaldlai'e Mtler The Paris Jfimdi publishes Archblshoo paiaiog a icuer to lao oisnop oi urieans, already referred tolnacabletelerTam. Tha -..!- ... ..l ..-. n, . following form tbt material passagea of It i "la tha Utter," Archbishop Bpaldlageaye, "which yourOreoeb wrltun io lb Arch- aunop or juaui.es you aom aa nooor ror wnicnitis impossini ror meto taaaa you. You quota In maay pltcee a poafaidtivai, which, la eoBeert wltb maay of nr vaaerabla col laaauaa. I bal la red It mvdutv ta nrtitnl ta lha aouoell at a period when th quactloa of Pod lineal Infallibility wai far from th degree of maturity at which it has now arrived. Wkll many bishops very devoted to the Holy Uee still doubt the opportuneness of Introducing tbla queetloa, w ask la our Mifulaftim that it badcfioedina maaacrwhleb would barmoa It all sacmber of th august assembly. Btllul your eltatloaa are ao arranaed that your reader must euppoeeu aa sottlrary If pdiiu ta uiiui.wiiiii piaeeaii nwjwni. uduii. Ia our project of dednllloa It le said that w lotlmately unit th InfalllblUty of th Horn an Pontiff with th Infallibility of th Church, and w shall preieat tka first ae th sons nuaaaa aad eorolltrvof Drlmaar. from whanea it follows that It lneludcs and acknowledge nootnerat least to iaa opportunity oi taic daSnltloai and we are eonscquaatly ranked In watt certain journal are ptaaiau io tan aaa onaoaltlan af tha council. 'It I tru that yourOrtc found our op. doiiiiod not uiuDi.niii- aamuau. iiu aiur mnlovlnr our nroleet all throurh vour latter. "I '!a.r..u...'ai .A a- .A." .1 .' job put it aaiuw ,i iaa au in in a am a way a u.aleia matter Io re-Jetted. This coursa la ua. doabtedly vary llatlarlng to us, but tt does not Era aut jvur uih irun lauimi hi iu !' efot youth part of auktttarlei, which w daalra to ranudlata. 'lt la very wrong that w should bemad to pass as opposed to a declaration of the f sacral beltefof tha Church la regard to the o fallibility of th Vicar or Jeeus Christ. Th fifth paragraph of our raffaarieaprsssas th ftltr of tha signers oa this point in way which itlaeec It beyond doubt. Weatatatn our dcflaitloaprojeot that wltlmatly unit in tBiaiiiwiiiij vi tna iwb.b a ubiih wiin th infallibility of lb Church, aod we present th flrtt aa th consequence and oorollary of Primary. II follows that the dagattlwa lacluJee aad acknowledges no other It mite thao th Infallibility ofth Church and oltb l'tlmary Itself It consequently eh arc In the alcarncas and ftilty which these prlecl Dlce bava noisesied from th origin of our 'tttb. W believe, therefore, .bet thla form of daflolttoo has tha advantage of furnishing neither to theologians aor tba faithful aay pretext to plac la doubt and wekkea by their objections lb decrees of th Soverelgo Pon tiff, wbosJudgnotought to b aecepUd by all both tn sheep nod tb lambs with a niiai reipasi aauiUT a wanoiuaia in an traa Iraaaralaa." ine ArcuDiiuop proceeds to point out in what ha dUaenta from Blshon UunanlonD'a Interpretation of his views. The following passage, loatcaune mat toe aaoptiou oi toe dogma of In fallibility Is certain, occurs. Alrsadythe question of opportunity msy U considered as etosed, aad w hav every reason to believe thalwhaa the council win b called to pronouns ua thadoctrln Itsalf, It declilonwlll b sustalnsd by that moral i unanimity which w shall cootiAue to regard 1 as highly dtiUbble," TnE NEWS BY CABLES URCAT IIRITAIV. Inlerettloa; Dlscuaaloa Kelatlar ttao Caloalea. Lordor, April 94 lathe Heuae of Com mon today lit, Monsel, under eoloaUtsae- reitry, id tan orders had be seat to Oltowa to dlabaad th Canadian rlfl'c. H added that tbOorrnmentwSBtfil deliberating oa Ihe n iiiver aimeutiiea. Mr. Robert Torreas moved that a committee oe appointed to lavestlgat th oOSoial rU Hens of th Horn Government with the British eoloatea. UcloiistedlhattheeoloaUa weregroisly 111 treated, particularly those of newaiaaaana Australia, Mr. Eastwlck seconded tha motion, and urged th tightening of colonial relations, If Eagland' abdlaalloa of hr authority had left It possible. T.oid Bury, la behalf of the Colonies, repu diated such pretensions. The Colonic war now really self governed. The system was voluntary, alastle and durable. XI thought such tovestlgeUoa would b not only worth less but mlBshlevous. Sir O. B. Adctly supported th policy ot th Government. Mr. Moeaall hoped th debate would prov that Eaglsod and th colonies were not ladlf fcreot to eaeh other. Jjord Ioudoa admitted that the colonics wer loyal, but h thought their present rei alio a e with Ih hemeoor rmat wer uasstlifaetory, aad therefor b would support th motloafor aafaanlry. England wae bound to malataU her potltloa ac a flrst-elais fewer, aad she euld aot do without her eoloale. aiadstoa aaccrUd that the Ooverameal was a unit Io regard to th poller of the eel- oauiomc. The preeent stat of feeling about th colonies wae da to th vapid rsUaatloa f their bonds wilhla the Uat thirty years, wnaraoy tneyaaagaiaed practical autonomy. The country would see that If reparetloa should beeom Bceessery, II would be aeeem pushed witheuteoavolsiea or violence. Tree and voluntary contract wae theoalyposslble bftil for eoatlaued Ualoa. Tho erevlaua queitloa was then moved to avoid adeelaloa, ana was agreed to oy u majority. FRAHCE. Arrest r Carllata oppeettUm do Ih Plebiscite. Pari, April . Aoutabsr of CarllsU r tuinlac to Prance have been arrested. Several of their leadere wer tUd oath Spaalsh frontier. L f rfise aaaoaa that oa the lx.h of May aa amnesty for oflaaece against the presa laws wui o issued. M . Raspall, chief of th RdUal, has Inacd a maniresio proaooncior agslasl Ihe fUhU- tui. ueadrisea eitueos lo remain qolet 1b ess ofa riot, declaring tbat all must b de elded by uelrersal BuiTrag, nothlag by vio lence. The MlalcterlAl circular on the pUbtrtttl eeasured by many Jonraato because II allude to tb "Mvfr nn Th hoctllllr to the plthntiU la thlc elty 1 apparently gaining grouna. It wa re marked to-day that th Emreror. while holding a review, waa coldly received oy taa tpociatorf. CODA. TbeRpaalataaaitaarltr DeBad. Naw York, April 1.-Tha follow log It a Key West spUt to th UtrtU t Th latest news from Havana le to th fft that Count Valmaseda aad the political Oot ernor Of Saatlago rcfus to pby order from th Captain Oeneral and from Madrid. Theaoveraor of Oastl Oabanaa alao da. ellaes to receive orders from Oea. Oatbo, who endeavotvd lAjlakapwaaoaaiOB OI thOfortreSB yestcrdsy. Th Spaniards har been routed by the In surgents rrywhrt. Th dcitroctloa of property la th OUco VUUc dlstrUt ha ba Immeaa, Th Captala Qeoeral waa xpcted to return to Havana to-day to re-establish the Spaalsh authority. npAin, Madrid, April 10, Brigadier Ocneral Merelo left Madrid to-day for Oadli ea hi war to Havana to tak command of th East- am Department of Onba. The Jovrntl 01 rwlta says that Prim has aaaouaeod that th edlfic will b crowaed be fore the and of May, Tn Aooea reproaches tb Prim Hlnuur for th vagueness of his deelaratloaa. Tb earn ppr say that a call will eooo be Issued for a meeting of all th monarchlal deputlee of tb Cortes, aad thoswhoar tired of th faro fuo, when aa effort will be mad to ebaog th order oi things. The -Cat Bf aaaacra la Greece. LiOBDoa. AprllM. Th Foreign OScepub- llihcs the eorreipondene In fall relative to the late massacre In Oreece. The details ar equally humiliating to the Qraek Ooverameal and to th British legation aad tha represent, atlves of other foreign Powers at Athens. . )LatetTelee;raphle nrevUIe. Cltliana ef Florence, Italy, hay commenced a BBoserlptlon for a monument to Saroaarolai a a pretest agalast the Ecumenical OouaelL Th Iron brldgactostb Wabaah river at Tarre Haute, lad., (139' feet long,) was om plated yesterday, Tht complete th aaw railroad Una from Ten Haul to St. Louis, via Vend all a. A great flood la the upper Mississippi Is U uadattnc towB and country. The Natloaal Baak at Auburn, N Y., was robbed yesterday of 131,000. Throe men en tcred the bank, and while two eagsged the attention of the offleltla the third succeeded In securing the money. John Ot Poller, president of the Boston Shoe and Leather Bank, died at Ncwtoa, Mats , yesterday. Letters of administration oa the estate of the lata Anion Burllagam wer yeeterday granted to hie son, Edward L, Buxllagam. Th personal property waa swora to ae ex ceeding 100,000. Jamec Jeter Phillips ha bea again respited 10 Virginia. The graves of Confederate dead were deco rated in Mobile yesterday, Uea, E.O. Le and othar mad i peach c. Captain Judklna, of the Ounard line of tat mere, waa befor a con mitt of th Brtt Uh Parliament yesterday, advocating oom pulaory pilotage. , Ia the Ecumenical Oouaoll yesterday U husdted father TOUd With on vote forth fOBtf Util U d JU4, A worlds eoagrcs of eheca player will meet at Baden oa July 11. Th chip Tamerlane, from uaraaeforlon. don, foundered at sea oa March nth. The captain and erew were caved. Miss Lwl the Amerteao sculp ties lo Rome, hat received order from th Marquis of But, th well-know patron of art, for works from bor chisel. The colored people of Beraaton, Wilkes- barre, Wllltameport. Pottsvill. and Uerris burg, Pa , celebrated th flfteeaU. amodmat yeeterday. Tnn Cuhak Brnunoi. A few day ago throe Cabana, who belonged to a party of b4 Insurgents of the command of Louie Arro dondo, arrived In New York. They left the district of Clenraeeo with the Intention ef Invading the Vuelta AbaJo. The yonng moil speak In favorable terms of the situa tion In Cuba, They say one cau co from Colon lo Baracoa In perfect security by on Uinta? a passport from tbt different Pre- AT... ..-.V. !T...k1lA a,1;w..M ,.m M IWM VI tllU .CliUUIIU HHUUg tlAO IWUtO, AUQ that It is w belly lmpoaslbte, ror the Span lards to triumph. They speak alao of tht respect which the Coogrosa Inspire, and mention that lu order are implicitly obeyed. The State of the VUlaa only needs arms to give the finishing blow to Spanish dominion there. The boat armed, division Is tbat of Salome Hernandex. who operate to Remedlos. He has IUmlnrton rifle. cr tured from the Spaniards. Cavada haa been oraereu to uanuguey. Tne Insurrectionary nucleus of the Villa la la Eaplrlta Bautoi nn merons parties are operating In the dlstrlcU or Clenfuegos, Villa Clara, Trinidad, and Sagua. There are 10,000 armed men la the Vulaa. Tho Chinese are reported as be- naYiug inemseives wen. not one ay, aaaeu ""Monof tho Govern meat. TiiEDonimow, Probable eiilesaeae ef lha II art fa. weetDlfflealllee-The tMf Fealam Reare. TeaowTo, Aprll.-A dlspktch from Ottawa ssys Judge Black aad Father Rlchot had a private lotrvlw with th PremUr, N ethlag wa determlaed upon between them, but pro gress wae mad towards th adjustment et the dlfllcaltle with Ih Northwest. Ia th meav tlm th arraagemoal for scadlig armed forces latothe Territory will oetlaue, and Ih la tervlewwlll be eoatlaued to-morrow. Ottawa, April Bd.-Ia th lions of Oom. mots last algal Mr. MeKeacI aaldi Laat wk th Government had asked extrsordl atry power to provide against aa aatlslpated attack, aad he d Mired to know If the danger ha ba Use than we xpetd, aad wer th 0vrnmnt prpard to repeal th act sui- pending the Aaotfie-ynf,ae they should not aceaieociy alarm tb country. Sir OeorgeE. Carter aald tbat the Oovero ment had certain taformatloo oa which It acted. Although thlc wae not the lime to Jul 11 fy their action he might aay they had not withdrawn alt the farcee from th fro tier, Th dMldod actio, takaa had pre vc a tad an lnvtitoB, aad they had that day tecetved lall matloe that all th volaatoat thould not b withdraw, a ther t still daagcr ahead. lion. Mr.Ualhera aaldhehtd opposed the proposition of Ihe Ooverameal. Although hie reaaoa waa net conveyed, UU b thought they had aeUd haslUy aad naavoldably, Jaadlag Ihe peopl to bUy that th country was la a chronic ctat of maltls. 8lrGorg E. Carter replied that the Gov meat wa acting ea definite Information and aot mere newspaper rumen, tux rirTXBJf m amehdmeht. Oraae. Detaoaalrallea la rhlladel. phla. FHif.ADBr.rRiA, April scV-Tb olord peo. pi of thl elty to-day iIbratdtbe ratlfica Ilea of the fifteenth amendment with a pro- eesslon, which wae aa hour la pasting the Ualoa League Ilouee. A poet of th Oread Army of the Republic aad Ih Exeelsler regime at took part la It, together with delegatloae ef the Oood Tamp Ur from Naw York, New Jersey, DoUware, aad Mary Us d, aad eeveral huadred aoaehmen wU mouaUdon their mployr'e horsec, per- muslon being universally grant ad. Frad.DoutUis wa la a barouah aad wa grtd with applause wherever reeognlxed. Men la the preeln wr very antbailaetio. Tka Colored Ualoa Lesgne, when past lag the Valea Leagn building, vivd ae a gift from their whit brctborn a spleadld silk baa Bf toatlag 500. After marching over a long route the mem bers or th procMSIoB astern bled Ib mass meet lag la aad a boot Horticultural Half, where they Ustcatd to addr from various mL oat speaker. The holiday amoax the colored peopl has been eo geaeral that all th restaurants where they are employed have beea compelled to lose eatlrly,ad many mechaale aad othera waoaepeaa on eatiac-noasee for their mid day laaeheoa hare had to make It a fast day, although Leat Is over. The colored female icrvanUhayc alao elal mad a holiday, aad maay private famlliee have beea without help. BW YORK. Adj ea rata eat af th LetUtatare Th XUht-Iloar Lab) or Law. Albabt.N.Y., April U-Tbo State Legte latnr adjouraed sfa dU to-night, leaving a large a umber of bills to be signed by the O ov ers or. The Oovernor haa elraed th Uht-lwmr labor law. aad laatd a nroalamatlon for lta ooservaaeeaad niortasnt. Alter citing tn law th Oovernor cajola upon all, and e. peelally npon all ofltser and agents of th State aad mnalclpal corporation, the neeee eltyef faU aad enUre eempUaaee with the act, la order that th right ef all person affected by II may be protected, aad that a full and fair opportunity of testing It practi cal working may b afforded. District attor- neyc aad ether public oOoerecnargedwitn th a far tame at ot th Uws are dlrecUd to be diligent Ib the execution of th provisions ot this act. Tb Iadlaa War OaioAoo. April ta. From Information re ceived at OcacrelShcrtdaa' he adq Barters It appear that the Piute aad Sloua Indians, on thOradBIvr, Whltestoae, and Big Chey nae reservations, la Dakota, ar agata mak- lagtroubl, thratnlag to kill th Oovcra- meat employee amoag them, chootlngdown attic, aad euhjeetlag th agaU to all tort of aba. These aavagea anmber about twelve thousand, aad are divided Into about half a dosea different bead. Moat of th troubl ha been aad le now cxperleaeed la th Oraad Rivar reservetloas. Th llth and 1Mb la faatry, which hav ba ordered to th scene of trouble, will ranch there about Ihe first of May. They will not make any hostile demon strations agalast the PUUs, aulas aeeeeslty demand It) but Oeaerai Shertdaa aay thai If they prov troabluom h will ns vigorous measure to put them down. Th Yankton Sloua Ib th same vicinity ar peaceful. Tha Apptleatlea for Iajaaetlm Aralaat Ih Petal Ballraad. OaaTRRRR April . The ease of James W DavUve.tha Ualoa Pacific Railroad Company! praying for the lasuaace of aa lajuantloa and the appolatmeat ofa receiver for th railroad, waa presented to Judge Kow and Jones, of th Snperltr Court, thl afternoon, Mr, Wool- worth waa proeeadlag to read th bill, when Mr. Peppleton OwJctad,on the sround that th atodavltsta support et the bill had sot beta served and ooopportualty given to exam la them. After come skirmishing between the attor neys thhrlag of th was adjourned until to-morrow mora tog, to give the defend anU time totxemtae affldavlU. The bill and effldevlU are very volumlaone, aad II le not probable that a decision upon th application will be t etched for several days. Catted Btatea IadUa CernnaUstoa. Naw Yobk, April . A mcetlag of Ih United SUtee IodUn Commission wa held tonight at Cooper Iactltnt, Ptr Cooper preetdlag. Reeolutloas wer adopted appro;. lag oi we eourae ei rrcsueov urani in ap- polnUag MFrleods" aa Indian egenlc, and demaadlag Jait legUUtloa la favor ot tb Iadlaa. Addrecsea were delivered by M. Vincent Colyer, Hon, Sidney Clark, Rev, Howard Crosby aad Banjamin Latham, advo caliaR the claims of iheXadlensaed the reeog nltlea of thtlr right. Telecraphl lanamarr Tns stcarashlD Villa de Paris arrived at Brut yesterday. A krw EgyptUn loan wae recently placed oatfae London market at a premium. Mr- Bctlrr, the American Consul Gen eral for Egypt, has arrtred In rrU. It i reported that during the period of the plebiscite, the Prince Imperial will visit several ef the Urge European capitals. Tnn Sutro Tunnel hat reached the denth of 079 feet, and tka ground le more favora ble ana tae water w increaaing. BsRKAOSBorvi haa been awarded a seat la the House of Commons for Watcrfonl, Ireland. DARiRitlfAcuiR, a celebrated artist, died In London Monday night or heart dlaeaso. He waa nearly sixty years old. Trr reaalt of the Blossom Rock exploalon at San Fraaelseo U nakaovn. Noaoundlnga have been taken Tn trade dispute, excite great Interut throuthout France. Prime Miniswr uiuviep U seeking to frame a compromise between the capital tali and Uborcrs. Tna Telegraph Construction Company haa leased the steamship Great Eastern for fly years, to be used tn laying submarine cables. Tub Qauloi newspaper says i "Ship own ers are sadly disappointed In the Sues canal; crew steamers espccUUy are sure to meet w.ih accidents." Tusri were maoy public meetings on Monday, not only tn Parts, but elsewhere lo. France, for the consideration or attain tela tire to the plebiscite So far aa known bq dliorden whatever oecuntd.