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, . ... ram. VOL XI WASHINGTON CITY. D. ().. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1870. f NO. 131. mmmm& n Auction Bilei. B YSOOPF.R I.ATIHKR, Aeffa (SuMcssors to J. CMeGutre J. Vo ,) IhWSsI fOTlf ef PMUflTHll IKIIIIIIUW. BpSAU 1 IT UKKKIf A WILLIAM", J Auctioneers aad Bcnl Lstat Broker, 310 Boathsaitswaer efteveBth tn D strssU. OKI ROSEWOOD CAS I PIARO. HTOpL, AND viik ,na I UVtR. tOfAA, PRUSSIaM CANfttlAT CHAIM Biirni.iuflBiuii in a-Tarn SI All UinilllT CHAIRS, THKII PLT ABD ISURAlllCARPITP.KOnil, MATo OTTOMAHS.ll At lCIOTH, F ATRD Ri-Kinu iiTTKimi. riiTHin hiiih. TRASSTS.C UKUUHIHI II (.aBATf . Utr, AT AUCTl'iH idat, ihtii uuii. tiaBw THUttlDAT, abtli laeUal. tlJCi 10 o'clock i a m,, wi aaall Mil, t'CBMIl etrealaoalb, hatwaea Sixth end See I T estbelra te wee, lalaa. vlsi , , , Oca Roaawvorl Caaa Plane, 7 octave, w Ih Stool ad Oarer, la perfect erder MmlMM Rep MedailloeTeta aTle Sofas Poor rraealaa aaa east Cbalre, Importad II a ad ease euible lop Ceetre Table aad What WalaetCeae seat Reeertlee Chairs, tad Modal lUtbitkSKk.ti. VI Oa t1 GUI Frame VLUpt tad ethers ne Haircloth Library Sill tleajeoiac Enamelled Marble topCottaia let, ttaeisom Ka availed Wond top OeitsaeBet lieclleal reUhr D1i, mieweanc llolalora Haik aad Colloa MallraBaea, Spring bolton iiiipi IfSBil Rri llaacBOm rialed Taa Sol, I pieces) IMaled leap riatalCealers, Ivors Basiled KBlvM,Bcgere make.) . - rockery aai Oiaaa ware .Three ply, lairala aad Stair CarpoUiUallOll Wale at Hal tre aad Tomnoda Oa Morales; Ulery Parlor Stone, oao Yle'et Chamber Stove, Oaelaaelleel Braplre, Ho 7, Cooklag Stove, with Hawk a Alftlsht Heeler. a too ioiki rtueeea Koiauitoa. IRIIH a WILLIAMS, Aati'ri FUTUttE DATS. HTCOOPRR A I.ATinrU, Anrt'ra (Huoooaiora to J U. MoOulfo Uo,) Soatbwttl oorar or Poaairlvaala avaaao aad lUtaath itrtot. LAROI SALIOP SXTRlCnOICI TRSJICn. RHOLtAH AND AMBKTcaH ronSTAtlf BLOOM Ifl 0 KUBIS COMPKIilNO BOURBOW, Altt, KnJMKTTI MOSH A(it MOHTHCT MOB I, PBRPITDAL CLIMBIMO PUNT. MAO it OMAN, OKlfAMSNTAL ABkUUt, OMAHOS AND LIMUM TRIK8. Ao , Ato. Oo PB1DAT APTSKUOON, April V, 1AT0, al 3 ?ctok, pi oar aaatloa rwmi, wo ball aoll a a parlor aolloettoa of tho aboo plaata. a a-anviKa aioriii COOPlUdtlATiMSR, Aaalloaaara B Y THOMAS fJOWr.inn, Anctlanoor, 17 uniuuk iiaitc, uiuauiiuai YlLpABTB IMTROVED PROPBHTY ON TRK HBiaHTSOF aS0t(JST0TJf, POK SALE Al AUCTION m 0aTUS".DAYMir3I,at9 o'ClOtk p. HI , KaJ 11 1 h ttraau Tka hanA vli batll fdBf aora afo, aad of tho bl motar'ala. It ooalalaa iblr tM a largo roorna, wllh batlar'a pautrr ad water, oad alt iba oaat aaloacaa portalalat to a Aral alaMroMlUaoot rlek partltloaa ikravshtol tbo hoBnOt moktaf II rat pto-if tk proper ir baa froatof llliaol, aadadrp-h or )fot It cam tnaiilaaa aaUaaUOflaw of iho Putonaa rlaor. Thoro ta aa axaotleat ktablo, Carrlaia aad Cow Unoiaoa thaprom'a a . . .... . Tarnaor Aalai Oao third caafci Aad Iho balaaeo laoaooad twoffaro. wtib laiaroM, aecarad br doadof lroa Ibo protriT auaapo aid fiB vraaolaallboooatrr Ibopurchoaor DUUUB UARRSILLK. Mta! Pa root. Real KUl Urokara Bptl U THOMAS DOWLIHO, Aattr. T COOPKR A I.ATIMPH, Aart'r., .M (fueeoaoora to jaiu, iuo(uira kud,i Soatawoat oortar of PoaaaylvtalA tvoaaa aad IloToalb atraaL SIXTHS BDILDMO tOT ARDTHRWH0L1 OP A b-mjAHX U Till riklT WARD AT n.WnNDlT ArTlttMOOH. MaoUil.lftTJ. a B a'alookfW tklaoor Aactloo Uoono, wo aboil all Ibo faUowlac aalatproTod pto arir M I, aoaaro 111 all or onooro 1)0111 of MaarlTUila, aqoaro f4ib4a.t40oroVlolo4,A T ood llU aqoaro iO au 10, 11 oad IS la aqaaro Wi lot 4 la oqaoro Til auUaadtllioqaar7t WtMia MarolM lot a'aloak.w tklaoor Aactloo Uoono, wo aboil all XT la ooaara wi Tuaai Uao third Cabi tbo lialaacoat alx aad twalfanaolhoi ooearod by a daodof trial, wllh aotoa bairtac laloroat A dapoaltor J will bo raqolrod oa oaah parchwo. flu o tbo property UdUpoUbl. Coavoraaaoa oat ravoaaaarawipaalooBlor par chaor CUOPXH j LAT1MIS. apTAddiii (Star) Aaelloioora W, JT URKF.1 A WILLIASIB). AHetlooaora and Koal festal Ilrakora. Mo Jltt aoatbaaot ooraor ol Sovaaih aad Dai ratio. f-Cft Bf vtrlaaora-doodottrail fron SI. Clatr ErflOaTlaaBd Wife to tho aadaralf aad, troaloo. XBdatodoalbaKlhdror ttopumbar. ISoft, aad rooordod la Libor VMB1I. Ho.il. rolloou, ol aoq oao or Ibo Load Ro'rda rir Wooklaitoa foaalT, IwlllMlI.eo MUHtAY;tha Oih oar of Mar. ino, ta froal or lhormtoo, ai tbo hoar of n I1MI.P n i aiiiooi v" Vi "l ai aroaoa 10 tho ally of VTaahlaitoa aambarad Ao (S.t la aqaaro Aamborod ooo baadrod aad alxly jbroo IIO oaoordlag to tbo aabdlflatoi tbaraof by ataaal DtTldaoa bolap the ateao property oo a oatadboWin Horrlo aod wtfa to SL Cllalr DaU hr dead baartac data Hih of Aanat, lWi, aad ro oorlodla Liber H C t, No 1. Tolloa4U,at aaq ( (rararaaeo thereto belaf had for mora fall do- oanpiiOBoiuiapoMiot.1 AUo.thowoal hair of Lot foar li.1 ta,Sld ooo'a oabdltlaloa of aald Vqaara lt, tbo aaroo froatlagfoaTloaaroatais laebea, tnoroorioaa, b K alraot, libotoc tho taaio propariy ooo ayod to oaldpoTloby A Urdaaad Job U. Clark bydaad AiA HttiBbtrl. I Ml. oodrooordad to Ltbar N U T. Ho.ll. follooSUotaoxi , rafaroao towblck ta hereby nada for a fallor daacrtpltoa of aald proporly, with tho tiopro? amaala, waUaar a aaw Ibroo alary Pram tiooaa, fraailikoa K atratU bo twaoaOoaaoelloal aaaa,o ,kJ Klhtooatli atroal TormatfXi tklrd a.b talaaealaf, H tad II moalai, Iho parehaaorto (ito aotea far tho do fropayiaoala,bfar1at'WUrol from day or lata. A daod ilaoa aad a dood ta trt takoo oa ibo praraHaa All aoafoyaaalBf aad ataapa al tha oootof tkoparobaeori ftJO lonopold dawaywheo Iho properly ta aold If tho loruo aboold aoi bo ooosplied wltala Ao daro afior aalo, tbo IriaUo roaar aa Iho rlbi o roiaU tha propariy al Iho rlek aadeoalof tba dafaallloc parahaaar, i advar llelaiaaahroaalo lb re time laatuo araTlpopar prlatodUlhocttror Waablovloa UkoIS k WILLIAMS, apQoodftda an 'Wood ndCoar (luosatLan v v w ouai au in s"Li J liaa aolubla for family, ataamiaf aaa black amllb parpoaaa. for aala at lb lowaal poaalbi rauaforaaah Uflooi Poaraad a half alroot aad ttaaU Dapot roloma tlyar aad Slitb atroal. lim- L tn'' COAL AND WOOD. d aa I bay for leiaro Will makoa apoelaltr of aapplyloKdoalor fro ai tho ooaoal at a aliibi advaaco otr to. E ULI aiblail aplMf 0 itreatwUrr, Waabliitoa, D 0 WOOD AND COAL. AT BEDUCKI1 PH(lKR, Hatlag Vonskttf Tkomaa J.aaltthaSUaai Baw Mill, (oolof Safaalh ttraotwharf. 1 am aow pro pared lo faraTah Wood aad Goal of allfcladi at tha (Mllowlailowprlooai Pitta Vaod, Uiaar, Poreortl. ....... .,J0 por oord ., 050 Pima WtMMf, Itwiil lit a o i ilica mrlapU$fborcrl , T0 OakUfoo4,laaf( uorcwrj, ...... ... O-Mi UtkWood, av7;nnao-4 Vifaooa. por ctord ..,,, .. V SO OtkWoodtaawaila Uar piVeto avaiiloullt. liar oaitl .u.. .. a on M,.,llT ni'" f v " U!rlifl 1 ulaoao. aattataA MW.lJf.' .. -wi- 1..:: .him T m Alan. Mail aiaiti Whll. Aab aiatail. hi vmiai n ... .hfvb.i.v. Hoplaabr atrial aimatloa to biflaeta larotolto a llboral palroaajo. Onto 1444 Pooaiyltoala Oteaoa, DOtwaaa rwoma aiitaaia airooia, aa at mui, iooi oi ooTaota A P HOOVER. ItkdS Paaatylfiila aiaaai , batWaoa Twolfth aadT a uiriHiiajH". ol aIn T DMDIB, WOOD AND COAL. W v.aa VaJla Coal, oaa aad atOf 11) ft loa rkiiaAab. aacaad aloi ,..L S Pr loa, Rod Aab Hal Coal..,. wWi Wblto AakNat UOB4 o par tnm Pita Wood...,. Sparsord Ook Wood" .. ..... .. 1parTd Piaa Waod. aawad tad apllt T por tord Oak Wood, aawad aad aplla. . , ... Spar to rd Oaratookof lambor laalwaya larfa. aoaaUUai of framlaf . Soorlai, ablatio, Utka, walaal. oak, Wharf Depo tad Slaam Mill, Pool of Poortb air oat BaL Braaali Yard VlriUla ataaat aad fllath St. Bad. TJantistrr.' XrAMHIHUTON HEMTAI, fLACM.' 131M Maitchalta AvaituatJ Nar PoarlMBth atroot i Poll nroor aid lower att tlh ... e'eteak. al kM f hi; trees, btwaa Head UVreala, "tKIl Mill? fVUwl. article I Heek, HoniwaU UejieiB, lleaMheU raraltare. Terms; Cash JAsiRADAwS. Barter q frlaada aad aalomor that bo lo aow eraparad la fqrtlih, tl lawafl jatrkaA tate tho LoalqaalUr of RED aad WHITBasIi ANfllBA CITE LOAL all aliaa, CUUBKHLAHD COAL, Lbht P. AMD RUN JP VIS El 1I1CKUMT. UAK aodTlBll WOOD, la atltk or aawad aad aplll. T kf JaaUa will bo lo Iko fatata. ta la Ilia aaal. 1 SUk oalooaad amalt preltot oa oaah oalr. aad aoll al arorr ainall Waslaappororilowaraata ... .1 l Parti il aot from , Jl9 Id iiliacllAi trthllitIpariti 13 Csita. tt.ll SpeclhU Hotlcet. 3f-TIIM WBBI) FAMILY PA- IBO Milj liKA I It aoo a Stralthl Kod'o makoa Ibo SU.tlo Look Sillaa-Allkt oa both tTdoei la oo alBBplo thai a child aaa Badarftaad Iti eo llfhl roaalac that aeartalp aay afforl la raqofrtd Is kaap ll la molloa, aad la t apabla of patfot mtac tha iraauat Ttrlely of work .Tbo Wood wao awarded Ptrel prU at tha Paila Ixpoattloa la IWTi Ujihaaf Madafaad Diploma al Aroarlaai laalltalo. Haw York. lBWi aiao, Uold .wb, tlloiharmaaalaaa nil it aimiit iiiunw, fjaitll i ta aaorab of Ih Heat Maehlao for family ahoold aot fail to oxaiala tbo Sf AMD afar rarahaalao aay olhr old a InalallMeole of 10 pt raobll by 00HAUCH k IH VAUUHAlf, aia Bavoath atroal, apll tr Pat Paaaaylra a l aafaaooaad P at. arrn-HOLLRIt. S RUIUVEOIAn CUD WSKJ Lloar Ull la laaa obiaatloaablo to iho Uato and small. It ta mora rtadtly lakai by dolleaia par aoaa aad cblldraa. la aaor oaatly aaalnlliud. aadlaprodBtUfoof mora lauaodlala baaalllhaa othorkjadiof oil aro. vr "tt aiarw oioio re; "oor oosao year i badflvaaaplhoaaoofOod Llvar Oil oiioioihan bat alaaoray alicatloa waaoallad by Dr layro lo 1 Ur Mollar'a Cod Llvor Oil, 1 bava praaortbad ll 4 rood dally, aad baTTrr naaoalo baponaoUy tu dad with It" poia oy dimi Htl at. apH-law TIIKUnRATFAPIII.Y MEDICINE OP TIIS AUK. THIRTY TliRl bBToalapood olaaolh lalro- dacltOBof UoPala Killer to tba pnblla. aad Ttl at tbo proaaal tlmollta noro popalar aad aoaa riaada a lanar aalo thaa ovar bafora Itapppo amy lo Botaoaflaad tolhla cnottry aloaai all OTor tbo world Ma beaaAMal offeett la torlaa; tbo 4ll'atbat Oath labalr lo,"aroa'kaowloditdaad annraal&tai.aad at a, Mala bllla lla ran la llmtuJ In ivivhiiiji aici ivriiH i( ooooa ooiy 10 (0 laowajobo prlied Thirty yar It tartalaly alooaT oaoaih tiro to !ro0 tbo aBOmcv T ta anadlalao. aai that tk roio niiioriaaaaarvioiroi oui.a proprietor ciaiai for II. ta amply provod br Iho aaparallalad pop lartly II baa at alaad It la a aaro aadaBacatro remedy Sold by all dractlata Prlao SA ooala, eocoalaaad 1 1 par bottle. Dlroalloaa acooMoaay aa Nun aiaiaw Franklin Patltshlng Company. t;rahklik pdblishiho company a A Llfo Book Sluro la n aaeipoaUd plaoo midway bolwoooCooiroooaad Iboraflat Tlbor 141 Paahaylf aala aaoaao. ANOTIIIR INVOICB OP THQBBNBW1ND Splaadld Ckromoa of Oraal. Ltaeola Waab laitoa, .. at Oold Pricoa, at HOPKINS' 141 PBBaylra(aTBaa. - attain w. nmirai aa m Booka at AUCTION PhllCKa. al tho FRANKLIN BOOK STORK. HOPKINS. TtfOKSAQRNTS VfAHTIP. 6Aao(brLarKOlatotao of tha .florae FayilcUa, byalfalLUo, Lawa r Ataalaooo. oiWoMiao. arkTrala. Aa al a 1(0 'KlMo'. ll roaaiyltaaiaaTia G HUT B ARQAIH-. TflRKt tnPffttnB n" 'nin. oa BO BOW fJOII Ol ISO w Duvik-iivRi, ta i-aooayiraaia araaao. bolwooa Pint aad Mao ad Btrot,atar taa Capllod, OATHOROtrailLY COMPBTfNT AND LIVE 6J AUBNTS WAHTBDol Aai Porlraala aroaao lo clraalalaaomo S tola of Iho aw aad taoal pnpatar Hooka of Ibo dty.laaiadlir phyal tal Lira,' "Homo Phrtlclao. OhfoLofta "Bohlad tk Baoaoa.l Mark Twala," Bar" am,' Aa tokX-tf 'i Poiaaylvaata raala oTaaao, lo parfbaao Book aad yai GOLD PRICES Jaal rooolrod, tho kaaloot 30 toDOperaaet. aared. n.akiuavrj new i or HW AND MEDICAL BOOKS. A larfa larolco inal la, aad roIbc at OOLD PRICES al th FRANKLIN BOOK BTORB. Local Cap, Nolo aad la per lor Proaah Paper. t .ivri kv. !? (HKiriatK. ai, a, waoia aalopriooo. Tradoaappllod at 141 PtaaarUaala H31aai-alg, Boolcs. A lart atock )aat rocaUod. Alto toportor INK. MUCILAQB, COPIINO TRUSKS, Ao.. at iho Kbia-u A BIBLGINEVBaT FAMILY. I rtely of Slyl a 4 Bladlai, from 80 ra ad-u ait a OOLD PRICKS, Al thaPRAHKLUI BOOKSTORE 1870. Q1T TDIK BEST. prltoe, Tbo Trade BBpplted Had al a larao dtaaoaot FKAtfkMN PUBLI.UINO COMPANY, iTd If Id! PeaanlTotU aroaao. MhU Insurance. I NdURK YOUR pHOf EBTV T THE ntAMcn opeioi or ma MARYLAND F1KK INH'RUCE COMPANY, TAM.3IAUUI: A: CO., nniiarfj. ton l sirr. near pToii(. natloaAl lUok pf the Brpublla rtulldlni;. v LOSSOKDAMAaEBYflKB Oa tho moat ft yoralla term NO ClUROITOR POLICY STAMP OK SO It V XT. A fw caarc all SolMloro oaa Sad aoattaal am yiof mao ay Tiy'B a taia onca TjtlRE&ICKINSUBANUE COMPANY OF -- WASUlHaTOjr ARD aSOBOSTOWir, prrtctt KoomNo.t, oyar Bak of Waaatatoi. Ctiartoroa by (? 1S3T. Capital an! Surplus $2(10,000 lataroo all daacrlMloso of proportrf la tho DU trial of Col ambit. Nscbarsaroratampiocpoliel. DlBEOToaa t W. a, bowibd, A A WIIAO. a. rtaacH, cmji.w- DAria, P. IMUtHli A aOflWBLL. o(Uoxstva . a clabk, oi iraaBiBiHa JAMR3 ADAMS, Traaldaat. A A lb 0. DATI. Baorolarr anil oodflm "A PRUDENT MAN F011R- SEETII THE EVIL" protpertty preparafor aJvtrnty, limn your property vnlh A. N. rUATT & SON. n ihfThanii, of llarfcht, (A Yon- ktrt. Home, and Fnmm, of New York, and Ihui guard againtt lou ly FtliB t iuum your i in the Exceluor, of Yew .rorA, ami uiu prowa. for the comfort of those you, love, when you are taken from them- A,&ritATTi SOX, Agenti, No. 3. Y. M. O. A. Building. Interior Adornmenti. 1223. NEW SPRIXG GOODS. I223. TUB HOST COMPLETE BTOTK OP K-AI-JBB-llANIlIBIUcIa HINDOW.nilAnCN,at.,ae , la Iba Plalrlct bow la rdor, at prle, fei aab, whleh defy com petit lea Order for work ta iha city or eonalry eiaaaUd Prnaapily aad at tho lowaal prleaa , WllliMJW-SHAOK8o( otry daacrlptloo mad taoadaa. L. P dLAHK, ,. i . f If 1VS3 PtbaayUariU afeaao, aplMwjBlwoaaTwaimt aad Thlrtaoolaala QBOHUrTwiLNKSK, PATEimANUEa ANU VrUOLSTEHBB, ImporttraadDoaUtla r EiNtm ditp AMtiicdn; PAPiuuAsoiMas DPR0UT1BT GOODS. . Sa Hlmtti at. waal, bat. U aad U iU. fobl WiiilntiifD TJ. A UT' UHl-ONlTOl S5 Talraat. kalwaoo Tklrlaaalb aaA ... oil. pAntriiwlJWIiftiT And amee- fuotooh XiMis and XITIlOGKAPHSj AKTWTSt MATKUfATJl steeeosoopeS' wi'&teeeosoopio iianoi Ikoaalaktalal jiooers nnoUps or houmtuee," for whlak w aroaolo agaola for tbo PlatrUt i lUlaatloo. Pa WrtoaU, Parlor Braakata, Pt lar Afatla. Cord, Tatatla aad Nalla. aad a i. vvfwf .m4..i,i aniiifl .M PUta atiaaBl rytUailaaarltas. . aak raUataaaUllloiaUaa 0a oami(aw oaooTaBoi "i'l SiahltPlflQrarrtmt amaa -tl aaas ?t INTBRNAL RBTBltCR RBCXIPTS TCltCr dkywerel M090 35. Amoko tbn tiiitobi tt tho Execotlre Minilon yeiterdAT was Lori) Walter Camp belli a son of tbe Daks of Argile, bo called In company with Cyras W. Field. eiq., to pay his reipecls lo tba Prcatdcot. Mr. Clarkn, chairman of tbo Homo CommltlM on Indian Afialri, being absent In New Tora, where bo addressed tbe United states Indian commlsilon on Tues day night, that committee had nosenlon yesterday. NomiATiOHi The rrealdent sent tho following nomloaUons to the Senate yeiter dayt Richard n. Iteall, to be inrrcjor of enstoms at NolttDgbam, Md Erarls W. Farr, to be alienor of Internal rerenue for Iho Third district of New Uanpihlre. MBDICiL COLLlOt COHTEHTIOM. Tbe conrentlon of delegates from tbe Medical Collrgcsof tha United States will assemble la tbo lectors room of tho Georgetown Medl cal College, corner of Tenth and E streets, oa Friday morning, April ttHta, at 10 50 o'clock, Secrbtart IlocTwau. has decldod that bo mnitharea younger chief clerk, and that Is tba only reaton for superseding Mr. W.II. West, wbo has efllclently dlicharged tbo do tics for the past fifteen years. Tbo name of Mr. Weil's successor has not transpired. Mr. W will bo retained as a fonrth'Claii clerk If be chooses to remain. Jodob rascnAL concluded LI argument In the Interminable McQarrahan case be fore tho Judiciary Committee of tbo House yesterday. The committee bare agreed to allow Colonel DatM B. WlUon thirty min utes more time on lbs same side, when the hearlog of arguments will be closed, and tbe committee proceed to review ibo case. Tna Committee on l'ot Offices and Tost Roads, at their sessloo yesterday, considered lbs bill chartering a Sabmnrged Tunnel Company to tnnnel the North rWer at New York, and referred tbt subject to a sub committee consisting of Messrs. HID, of New Jersey, and For, of New York, for examination. Mr. Wasitbcrh's special committee on postal telegraph beard by request Mr. Gar diner Hubbard, of Boston, yesterday, and will giro htm a further hearing to-day. The committee has also consented to grant a hearlog to Mr. Wm. II. Orton, president of the western Union Te'egraph Company, beraro final action by tbo committee M, D. Lahdox, well but not Tery fATor ably known Individual In this community, has been summoned here to testify before tbe Upshur court-martial, In station at the Navy Department, In reference to tho tale of cadelsblps. It will be remembered that It was Landon's advertisement that Ant started this Investigation. Tress Meetiko. The representatives of the Washington press and tho few York and Southern associated press 'in, this city are requested to meet at tho IIepuaxicah office this afternoon at 5 o'clock for the pur pose of taking action ta relation to the sud den death of Dr. J. D. Brock, of the Rich mond Knqulrtr, Commissioner Dsxaro has Issued Instruc tions to collectors concerning supplies of stamps for fermented liquors, distilled spirits, tobacco, snuff and cigars, requiring them lo keep constantly on band a fall supply, and directing tho manner In which accounts! must hereafter bo made, and reminding them If they fall to comply wllh the law or regulations within tho prescribed time, their salaries and commissions will bo promptly stopped. A mechanical DRY tea for tbo effectual destruction of boer stamps has been sub mitted to CommUsIoner Delano for bis In spection. Tho necessity for some such do Ylco Is acknowlgod since thcro Is a great number of beer stamps reused, and all the methods heretofore employed hare not proved aa effectual as tho Interests of tbo revenue demands. Tho question Is whether the commissioner has the right nnder exist ing laws to require the use of such a device. Tor last kick hrrtino at Ylncennes, being favored with splendid weather, was numerously attended Among the many fine equipages on tho ground were noticea ble tho fouMn-hand of Mr. EllshaRIggSf also that of Mr. Lorillard Spencer. Both of these "turn-outs1' are finely appointed, the horses being yery raluable and, It xnay be added, aro handled by their owners Tery skillfully. The gentlemen la question were accompanied by well known members of the Washington Club. VarU Anurifitn JitgUter, QOIRTRRMASTBR QBERAL M. C. MkiOS was before tbo IIouso sub-committee on the Washington Aqueduct, and explained the cause of tba Increase of the cost of tho Wash ington Aqueduct aboTS the original estimate, or account of change In tho plans of con struction, some of which were of benefit to the work, and landed to increase Us dura bility and capacity lie urged that appro priations bo made al once for tho work It will seen by reference lo our Congressional report that the testimony In this case baa teeq ordered t$ bo printed.. Association op Volunteer Medical O mesas. A preliminary meeting of toI butcer medical officers, Including surgeon and acting assistant surgeons, who served daring tho late war, has been hero to organ ize an association during the approaching session ot the American Medical Association, which will commence In this city on the 3d of May. It Is to bo hoped that a consider able number of medical officers of volun teers will then bo In the cltv to lake steps for perpetuating a portion of tbo Union forces that occupied a responsible and hon orable position. Tub Bureau op Education. Work In tho Bureau of Education, under General Eaton, haa begun In eatnest. A statement has been made from tbe last census showing the condition of the Toting population In 1800, In regard to tho abtllty to read and write for each State, and tbo addlttons which will bo made to this class by the adoption of tho fifteenth amendment. Tho tables are designed to show fearful predomluanre of Ignorance among the voters la many sec tions, particularly the South, and the neces sity pf efficient school systems. Ti.bles have also been arranged to show that tho postal receipts, new Inventions and lati rnal revenue receipts alt decrease In direct pro portion to Iho In create. In tho number ok the Illiterate. In coftiPUANOR. with the request of tbo Second Auditor the War Department, has called upon the Governors of tho servera) Slates to designate tbo regiments entitled to the $100 bounty according to tho rocent de cision of tbe Supremo Court, Mtassaehu- 1 Idti lent iU reglmcnti, the 1st, SJ, 7th, Vf b 10th and Hth, being selected to complete the requisition for troops under thai call yet Ilosmer, whoso claim the Supremo Court decided was J a it, belonged to tho 15th Mas sachusett regiment, and has thus secured the amount claimed through a blander on the part of tho Court of Claims. It Is not Improbable that Senator Wilson! bill will pau, giving the bounty to all who enlisted between May 3 and July 33, 1891. Tna Ihterocranio Canal. President Grant's long cherished idea of an later oceantc canal across tho Isthmus of Darlcn can hardly be realized, as the reports of tbe United Stares exploring party, now there aro oot favorable. It now remains for tho United States to aid a New York company, with Marshall O. Roberts at 1U head, which has a concession from tho Mexican Govern ment for a canal across the Tehuantepee route. A great objection to this route has been a sand bar In front of the outlet Into Ibo Gulf of Mexico, on which there was only about thirteen feet of water. It has, bow ever, been ascertained that below the bar Is tho muddy bottom of tho harbor, and ex perienced navigators, including Admiral Porter, are of the opinion that Ibo sand bar can be removed by dredging. A statement bas been extensively circa leted that Commissioner Delano removed Supervisor Man, of Kansas, at a lime when hewasengeged In unearthing stupendous frauds at Leavenworth In connection ynu tho administration of the late Collector Spear, of Kansas. Tbe fact Is, Spear was removed from office nearly two tears ago, and his accounts were In an unsettled con dition when Mr. Delano was appointed Com missioner An examination of the account has been made, and with the evidence on file, without Supervisor Msrr's assistance, the accounts of Spear have been brought up and placed In the hands of the First Comp troller for suit and prosecution. Tbe Inter cits of the Internal revenue required Marr's assignment to another district, and htuco the change. The United Btates Consui at Rotter dam writes to Secretary Boulwell lhat the distribution of monthly debt statements has proved acceptable lo the financial men of that city, and requests that a largo number bo sent In fnture to supply tho Increased de maud, lie has taken much pains to learn tho views of tho bankers and financial agests respecting tbo funding bill, and re ports that none of tho bonds at four and four and a half per cent, could bo disposed of, while those bearing fire per cent. Interest may bo taken below par. Tho general Im pression Is lhat the bill will not pasij that the clause restricting the payment of Interest In this country would alone prejudice Euro pean capitalists against Investing In such se curities. He reports that American railway slocks have been In great demand, bat that a reaction has taken place In tbe market, and continental securities are again most sought. Reduction or tni Taxes. Th. move ment for a poilttr. redaction of Ux.tloa 1. UkJng; inch new tli.po and U la tbe h&odf or each member, la either Home thit the metiarei, when broaght op, U1 recelre prompt attention and general approval. It fra, ilated la thle corrapondenco hut week That too penate" nnanee Committee Wl. become Impatient at the delay la meainre. of relief In Ih. Home, would, this week, begin the consideration of a bill to reduce the Internal rerense uxee. inuoeiermi nation will at once be pnt In force. There li no Intention, to f a ae can be learned, of going Into an general rerulon or tbe law, hot tbe effort le Ukelr to take the ihape of a lmple bill repealing, after the preaent lear, all taxei on .ale., on grots receipts all special taxes except those on dlitlllers, brewers, compounders and rennenters or Manors, and liquor dealers the taxes on gas, articles In schedule "A," and with a redaction of the income Ux and Its coutlno- atlon la tho future at threo per cent., with aa increase la tho exemption or $2,000 or $3,&00. rromtheexpresslonlnbolullouses during the past week It seems exceedingly probable thai a majority of members are nowwaltlog for some simple bill Ilk. this which shall meet the desire for a reduction or the burden or tbe tales, and thus glte Congressmen eomethlng upon which to go before the people next fall. iruA. Cor. X. T, Tinut. Tub IIowabd Ihybstkjatiov. The Com mlttco on Education and Labor yesterday examined Mr, J. It. Khans as to the pur chase of tho Barry farm over tho Eastern Branch lie testified that tho farm con tained 137 acres, for which the sum of (53, 000 was paid. Tho farm was subsequently divided Into acre lots and sold to freedmen, but Mr. Klvans had no personal knowledge of the price paid for the lots, or what dispo sition was made of tbo proceeds, jie stated to tho committee that ho had solicited the trade of tho Uatversity, claiming to be tbe only Republican In bis line or business In tho cltr. and that ho had applied tho pay ments on certain bills to Ibo liquidation oi his Indebtedness to General Howard. Mr. R. M. Hall, tho real estate agent through whom the sale of tho lands to tbe University, and also of the Barry farm, was the next witness called. Ho testified to having sold for tho University to General Howard a lot worth 14,000 for fl.ora.on tho condition lhat bo should put a dwelling worth 1 10.000. la regard to tho Barry farm, ho testified that General Howard was not known In the original purchase, as tho owners, It wss feared, would not consent to ibo ssio us a tbo object of tbo purchase been known) and lor this reason Mr. John It. Elvans and Sen ator Pomeroy were put forward as the osten sible purchasers. Professor Ogden, of Nashvllle.was present wllh other witnesses, but bis examination waa postponed. Tho examination of Mr Halt will b4 con tinued to-day. Mr. Elvans is also lo be recalled. lAtaaiTaUaTrapble Dravlalra Andraw J, 0udr,alrk or the. Pittsburg aad UltTeUnd railroad, at UUvelaad, sbot and killed his wire yesterday. Cause lnBdel.tr. Philip Uoonty, who sbot O'Jlsy la New York oa bun Jar, has aurreaJsrad blmielf A rumor com from Near York thtlOtneral Qleason willbesseood la eoiuraDdtoQoral O'Neill lo th Fenlao lavaalon of OanJa. Austrian aod Huararlaa bishops have bast coed thalr raturn to Rout to vote against In fallibility. Mobil oolortd people ealebrateJ las tu- tetnth ABjaJmsnt ytittrJr Tho Louisiana State Talr la a success ULtr Attorney J It. Urokwltb, of Nw Or Uaos, has )ilDd. Mua It pleases!, a veteran newspaper naa of Itlohmond, dlJ yesterday The report that MaJ Slgoura? oomosltud suleld ts de-nlad fron Nw York New York Is gsttlos; virtuous Warrants have beo issued for tho arrtst of Ktirlgao aad Touhaf, who proposed a prtss fight The New York Dsnoorats have nomlnattd Ban'oiai:, Church forOhlaf Justice of the Court of Appeals, and Martin drover, Wot J Allan, Chas Itafallo sod Kufus W Psokbim for Asioclalss, DEATH -STROKE I HEARTRENDING ACCIDENT IN BIOHMORD. TOE CITY OF TERRIBLE CAUM1TIES. Hon Crushed and Crippled 1 II08BIBLE tCB.IE OF JCPFEE1K0. Agoniilrg Throw of tbt Injured in . ANGUI1II OF TIIK LIVING. A. STATE irf MOtmNIIfU. DEATH IN THE MIDST OF LIFE. foil rrllculiri ol 111 Hoiribl. Cilulrophi LI.1 r Ik. Klllfd and Mr.u.ilrd. Tbe aoiegaacaieitof tho Urilbla Accident la RUhraond yesterday was firtt made In this eUyfrora tb bulletin board of tbeRspoBLi oat, aad as further Information was received the titltement among oar people Ineresitd, and a th particular were mad pubtlaex predion of dpst regret and svmpAthr ware heard oo all sides. The sad news felt with great force In this community aad east a deep gloom over all classes. Thetelegrsph and newspapers wre visited by many aastous tsaalrsrs to ascertain whether this or that friend or relative wac among the killed or wounded. Many of Ihe victims whose nsmee we pub lish below were known to our elllien Amoog these were Robart H Maurr. a son of the late John W. Maury, fornerir major oi i m our. us was a rousg man of brilliant taieni, aaa we much beloved by his many frltads here aod la Richmond, where for eomo Tears past he has been engaged la business, A private dlapAteh received her last evening Stales that hi funeral will take place at four o'sioeainis anernooo. Da J D Oboce was a native of on of th neighboring count. to Rich mond, and at talnedsotne notoriety a count nhralelao Oa th breaking out of the war he resigned hie practice sod entered the confederate artap a a surgeon, which position ha continued to nil tin th close of th war, his post of duty being near Richmond. Attheelossof the rebellion, baring lost quite a fortnaa br th ilgeacle of the war, he mad fclsefouJesa local reporter oath Richmond RrpHblie,1a melata thereon until It auapenaloo, after which a eooaeeutlvelr served la tb ears capacity on th Richmond Lm ml iter, VUpaUh, aad LHqutrrr and Examiner, upon which paper he wae ear a tal lid lo tha tlmm nf tha aeelilaat efjrestardAv lie was a man of Baa personal appearance, anoui inirijnv fear or age, warm hearted end whole-souled, a gentleman la evarv aaa a of tha word Minierour raJ. ere remember him as oo of the guests of th wesnioKioD arreaa ASBociaiien on new i cat's Day, He was amaa of a good deal of ability and a great favorite among hi brethren of th press. rairiea iicnrr aiiiii waa prrnapB one oi the most promisee t polltlilana, aa well as beat known of tha eminent eltlatnt of Vir ginia. He was a satire of klar William eoualr, whleh he Ural represented la th House of Delegates when he had scarcely attained manhood. Afterward he removed to Hich mond where he entered upon th prac tice of law, aod la conjunction with hie pro fesalon became counseled ae editorial contrib utor of th Richmond Etqulrrr In th time of th veteran Ititchl. tiubsequentlr, and aaterlor to th lata sectional war, be took a prominent part la polltUs. aad actively en Iagedasa 1 1 rone rati apeaker, daring which distinguished hi mi III n controversies with com of the moat eminent of th Whig roll 1 1. laaa of trglola, laeludloe Hva. John Minor llwiia, Raleigh T. Uaalel, Jaat.ee IyoS aod other distinguished persons connected lo year goo br with that party. Pending theOaberaatorlal campaign of Vir ginia, which culminated In th nomination of jdri ajiitair, mr.arun wti aeaoeiatea oa th Richmond i.Mm,r, which paper advo cated the aomlaatlon of Air. Letcher, aad during th heat of th contest th contro versy with th i.acairr, edited fa tog by O. Jsonlng Wis, became so heated and per sonal against Hon. Henry A. Wise, aa oppo nent of Air Mteber, that the deceased, At lelt. challenged Wis. Th gauntlet wae promptly accepted, and early neat day, both par tie with their friend, proceeded to a point eeleo- tau, aiir nunmonu, wain lae ngni wua pis tols took place. Both parties conducted them selves with great eoolneaa Ayletrc ball grated Wis' ear, whll Wis raserred his Aro and afterwards discharged hie pistol lo tha air. From thle time till th breaking out of tha war Mr Aylettwas a contributor of th . amitr. aod created considerable reoutatloo for hi bitter eatlr and brilliant wit in a cries of artlelee contributed to that journal upsn is, uiiivh luaiauara vs mt w irginia uon tn Snaii i?- th2 vi-iiv A Mm.?. Sr eeniion.in aaaaion in mcninonu, in uuiiuuu u. uiiivtuiiuu us ina union. waioa artiBiea ware itrnau tarn "ABimaia oi thanont-entlon" Theaa artlalaa raaultad In raraoaal dlffleult lee between John AI Daniel, he known editor and proprietor, and Messrs. Junius It. Roane, ot Klag William, V and Marmaduk Johnson, both members of tha convention, between the laHer of whom and Mr. Johnson a duel was lo have beea fought, but was prevented because of Ih breaking; out oftberebellloa. During the war Mr A. filled th position of Confederate State's district at. A in a ejioa oi (is ravaitina aw nan wuiwuriai control of th Richmond Timut. which th Ilea fa nalatalned for over two yar. till Its suspension, when h again r entered upon th praetla of hi profession, and pursued It up to th tin of his aad death. He was th graadsonof Patrick Henry, and la eloquence and flr of Intellect partook somewhat of bis great ancestor. Ash Levy wa a prominent commission mar chant aod pawnbroker of Richmond, who waa probably aa well kaowa as any man la tha city. la hie business ho had accumulated quite a fortune,! sod took a lively Interest la local polities. Thaanoueemalof hi sad den death created quit an excitement her, ash was a general favorite among a certain elaas of this community, Samuel Latoo went to Richmond prior to th war a agent of th Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine. Latterly he waa employed as clerk to Mayor Uhahooa. Ux Tel er apli j Riobuoid, Va, April IT. A large crowd sollesled la the upper portion efth Capitol buUdlg this moraiog, where th Supreme Court of Appeal Is located, to hear th deal- Ion lath Mayoralty cess. About 11 a. ro, tbo floor gsvewsy beneath the dcas weight, precipitating th crowd to th floor below, which wa that of th House of Delegate. It Uhard toasocrtAlo at present th extent of tbs Injuries, bo great is th xcitemcnt, but som are killed aad a larg number severely Injured Many eeeaped tha terrlbl fall by jumping la to th window when th floor gav way. The wounded aro now being attended to SBOOMD DISrATCH Riorhovd, April ST. A terrible calamity ocsurred hero this morning Th floor of tb Court of Appsals, la th Stat Oapltol, gav way and precipitated hundred therein assem blsd to hear th decision In th msydraltv csjcof tllyson and Qhahooo, upon t ho Con servative caucus then slttlag In th hell Of th House of Delegatee below. It Je Impossible to ascertain the extent of Ihe Injutles at this hour. Among tb killed are IMI Aylett, a distinguished lawyer) Dr J B B Brock, a reporter for th Latuirrr ad EMsslaari pam'l Eaton, alerk to Mayor Chahooo) Captalal Wm A. Charters, chief of th lire department) N P Howard, a lawyer) Ash Levy, a Richmond merchant) Oharle Watson, of lb Danville railroad) Hugh Uutehlecoa and Lewie N Wbb, of thle sltyt Mr Boh on eld, a brother of uenerai SchoflelJ, R H Maury, Jr i na- ator Bland, (colored,) and Powhatan Roberto. Ills supposed that tweaty members of th Stat LegtsUtur are killed and wounded The Judges of the Court of Appeals all escaped unhurt. Kx-Oovrnor Wall was badly In jured) L, H. Chandler, counsel for Mayor Cba heoa oa th mayoralty case, was injured. James Neesott and JuJg Joho,A. Maredtlh, eouossl for Ellyson, war also badly hurt About two hundred were hurt by th accident The greateatixeltement prevails Hundreds of person ar oa th Capitol square, weeping and walllag as th deed aad dying arobrougbt out of th building. Qovcrnor Walker escape 1 unhurt, though oa th courtroom Coor at the time. Mayor Chabooa Is aot dead, a reported Uels aot much hurt TUIBO DISPATOy Richmond, Va- April II 7 o'clook In ad MiivH faiwvuiaia uiiun ,, mi lowing ar given t About U o'clock the jreote Court of Appeals of Virginia ATtenji crowded with eminent tills a and local pol -tlclsosaada great number of the public it large, who were drawn thr by curiosity to hear th reeult ofthe lata hearing of Ih ques tion oi in majrorsuy or luehtnend The friends of Ellyson aod Chthoos, who comprise th prominent Republican and Conservatives of the city, had assembled to hear the decision, which It was expected would be given to-day. Amoig the many prominent were MOov Welle, La Congressmen NeIeon,Judg John A. Meredith, Patrick If, Aflett, Enrolled States district attorney for thle dlitrlat, E Ualted State district attorner I. II. Chand ler and others. At 11 o'clock the gallery of th court room. whleh was crowded, fell, and the floor fol lowed, and thereon descending thlrtr feet to th floor below, whleh waa lb floor of tb House of Delegates of Virginia, on which soma few of tho members of a eaueua were waiting around There wae a ccocral eraah ofallthetlmbereandth falling of the Inside wan, la which wet killed t Fstrlek H. Aylctt, Oapt. Charters, chief or tb firs brigade , Mr. M. Sehofleld. cltr asseesor and brother of Uaa.Sehofleld, late Secretary of Wart Dr. J ll. lirock, editor Richmond Lnquirtri Jullua A. Ilobion.clty eolleetori (1 Duggar, member Hous of Delegates! T A Ilrswls, commis sion merchant of Alexandria) Samuel Laton, Boaoo, Mass , and former theatrical manager of th Boston theatre) rowhatao Robeits, eommissloacr la chancery of tho Court of common rieasi jas. A. uiamire, or iierli, Prusslai O H. Burnham, Syracuse, N Y.i N P. Howard, lawyer) Ash Tevy, merchant) J W D. Bland, colored Senator from Prlne Edward county, V I J. Watson, merchant of Danville, Ob, lot W. Wllteox, ex confederate general) Samuel II, llalrston, wealthy land holder of Henry county Oharle O.Ureanaa, of Washlngtoo, D. O Robert H. Maary, Jr, tsnd agent) Edward WArd, of England) Wit Hem IL, Davis, coal merchant) John Robert son, colored Baptist minister) Colonel Hiehe grew, wool manufacturer) T P Foley, deputy United Slates marshal) W K. Randolph, of New YorkiR, .Bradihaw, grocer, and thirty three other) amongst them on captain, one sergeant, and nine privates of the police, who were on duty la th building. Amongst the wounded were ex Oovernor Well, ribs broke a and otherwise Internally Injured) Mayor II K Lllyeoo, slightlyj L. II OhsndUr, Judge John A. Mtredlth, James Nceson, John Howard, Rash Burgess, collector of district) William O Daoham, agent of Virginia and New York steamship tine) Hon. Thomas a Bocock,an ex Speaker of th Ualted States Hous of Rep resentatlresi leg amputated. General M D. Corse, ox major general confederal armi) Uol.uo. w. ureni, Aicxanenai uapt u, W Allen, Port Warden, W O. Flam, newspaper correspondent and broker) Thomas Baldwin, ceerehanl from nawarx, n. j.i w u.unesisr. man, ot Petersburg Indetj Wm. II Oaprr, of Baltimore, and about 100 othcre Directly tho disaster occurred, tn nr aiarm waa used to glv notice, and th hook end ladder eom panlee of th city repaired at once to th scene, a cordon of police was drawn around th building and th ladder were thrown up to the windows. For three hoar after that th scene wa full of horror mlout after minute there appeared by rope tied around the middle, the body of some popular favorite, who, after being swung on topof th shoulder of on of th fir brigade, mangled and dead. were brought down tha ladder Into th green of the public park, where It wa Instantly sur rounded by two ot three thousand ot those who had gathered w recognize the slain. The park was filled with weeping women and anxious mea until two o'clock, when th last victim was drawn front tb building After this the polls closed th park, refusing admittance lo any oae, tb bodies of tbe dead having beea cent out AM tbestores loth city wi closed aad placards put up oa lb doora, "Closed la eonseqaenc of th dlcsster at the Capitol." No more business was done dorini tho dsy. To-night meeting were held ol n cabers of th press association, member of th late military aseoelallons and members of th bar, and of the cltlssn ganarally. To morrow will b observed a a day of general mourning. A special dispatch to the Alexandria Gatetlt gives tb following list of killed and wounded! Mr. T. A. Itrewls. of Alexandria, waa killed Instantly. Thle vot will arouae tb sympa thy aod eaus th dlstiess of every cltlien of Alexandria, had his ler broken and waa other. wis Injured. A later dispatch received at thle ouToeasrs Uol. Brent a Injur lee are not veryeerlous Oca. M D. Core and Robert Beverly, of Alexandria, were both hurt, but not severely. Several member of th Iloue of Delegate waa killed A colored Senator named Bland wa killed and a large number wounded Herodon and Kelley.of Spotteyl vanta, atverely hurt Ueuben Johnston, W" A Taylor, U W Rock, and Oeorie Sea ton, th aolored member from Alexandria, safe, without Injury. P H. Aylett killed, (lov Wells seriously Injured (lov, Walker escaped unlnlurad Tna Hon. Jamea Neeaon. fate "-letanl United States district attorney, Is houghl to be dangerously wounded L 11 1 "handler bad a limb broken and waa other I M,ia.inin..I I wl" ,Ju't, lae lnjurea ADrlvatediaratch from Governor Walker to a gentleman tn this city says that th only Alexandrian killed was Mr. llrewla Mr. lien, in mamuer irom ntauatoa, nad hi left arm broken Mr. Ulauihtoo. from Ala .ten. drla, waa not In th elty. It wa a moat heart- ranaiog aignt, ana can never no erasca irom thomimorlesof thos who saw It, ThGnfeaya la relation loth disaster and the death of Mr, Br w 1st "Th nsws of th great disaster at Rich mond, received her shortly after boob to-day, Produced tha most profound eeasatlon, and b gloom mentioned lath telegraphic dla ate oca kb pervauina in aaoiiai, aaa Bprcan iothlaaltv and eneulrjheJ all haia within lta aablafolde lor several houra aUer tha re ception of th Brst telegrsm announcing th appallag calamity, th Gaxtttt offle was erowdedTby anxious loqulrera for th welfare oi ma Tinoui biii min irun mm city wno Were tn Richmond, and to soma of them the iiwiwii sad tn teed. Mr. T. A Brwls, whose oaa 1 locludsd among th killed, was one of th most promt asat merchants of this city, and waa univer sally rcapeeted Hie young wife receives th sympathy of th otlr community. Among tb wounded, too, are som of our most In flu catlal citizens. A committee will lehv her to night for Richmond to attend to tha wenta of tha wouaded, and tak ear of th ramala of th dead. a Paymaster Stanton at Richmond yesterday telegraphed to the Secretary or War1 that Major O, W. SehoQcIJ, brother ot Ooneral Sehofleld, was killed by th falling or tho floor InthaUourtof Appeals, and died In terrlbl Tatecraptale latum arj. Tna steamship Mariposa arrived at Ha vana from New Orleans yesterday. Its accordarcr with the provisions of the bill for tbe preservation or life and property ; In Ireland, recently enacted, several district in tnai isiana nave noon prociaimea. Accoamva lo Spanish report three bat talions of tho Spanish forces attacked Mo dosto Diss's rebel army In the Maclo mono tains on Tuesday, ana aner nine uours fighting the rebels were defeated. RrjuoRS are rite of a contemplated prlie flzht on Mvitlc Island. Coun . and full prep arations have been made to lencl any such Invasion, wra. i. urewer, too owner of tne island, is determined to protect m prop erty from such dleirracefal raids, oven at tbo expemeot the Uvea of tbe raiders, ftherlff Wheeler and Col. MeCord, or Iho Third rcg Iment, are ready for them. Tbr Madrid 2potM of Tuesday says It Is assured that Prlaco Frederick Prussia Is tbe candidate of tho Government for the throno of B pal u, bat that the Emperor Napoleon has declared to Senator OIaxaga.tho Span Ish ambassador at Paris, lhat this solution of tho question would bo so grave that It might lie the cause of war between Franco and Prussia. M. Thiers has advised tbo people or France to abstain rroni voting altogether. About tea o clock yesterday moraine In Philadelphia, police officer Mox arrested a man behaving disorderly In Third, above Montgomery avenue, when ho was attacked by another man, who attempted to rescue Him. me omcer used ni revolver who fatal e fleet, killing both men Itngh Mur through and James Welsh. Officer Mox was severely ocaien ueiorn no orou jii aeaallants were engaged In a flgbt together, when he Interfered, and they both Joined In an aaaanH unon the officer. It ts reported that they belonged to a party of young men who occasion much trouble to the officers) . A atannt twrt WMikl ITO nfflfff I Jiri(j hail dlfflculty with two of the gang, In which bol and Biigntiy wounuea one oi tnemt ivi I B nam u mu unwssu "siv iuuuiiu m a, Su sham fight, Ihelr object lIng to Hod cVa op- was ' portunlty to beat offlcer Mox. IHE NEWS BY CABLES FROM HBX1VO. flan of Hassta, Am si, e ba Trl4 s.1 Pnebtsi Bevel t ot Treepa Tw Rebel Cbloflalsia Exeeated-Trlal by Jury Abolished tHJaIap-Atebl Uoss. UnebU Trfa ( Leave tbe ConnlrF Tbe IeBnrireBtB Ffajbl AmsngTbimislves- OmeAmerleam Ullted-rarlbciaakelnChlbeabne. Citv or Mexico, April is, vIbUatara, April ST. Aagel Santa Abba, onoftbx Dictator, wae brought to Pueblaoo th13th, and will be tried there wllh other political prisoners A detachment of troope, conveying 14,000 from San Luis PotosI for (Jen. Roehas' com man J, revolted on th road, killed their offl cerc, and decamped wllh the treasure. Prrsldaat Juareshae sent a commissioner to Tepee to Indue Ooneral Leaada to glv up 00,000 belonging to lb Natloaal Treasury. Th rebel chief, Domlaqucs aad Franco, her been executed at Rocbusa. Th trial by jury has been abolished by th StaUof Jalap a. In tb National Congress tnoulry waa mad a to whether th Tehuaatrpee Railroad Cobb pany ha compiled with th term of thlr eooeeielon. Thoeommltteeoa th subject had reported unfavorably oa Romero' till for a mining tax. Tb chargof S30 on saturalltatloa papers had beta abolished. Th steamship Cltr of Mexico has arrived from Vera Crut,brleglng advices from tb capital to the llth laitaat. .was rumored that lb rebel Oc. Uuebta had asksd permlssloa to leave th country uamolested aad noder penalty of death In ease no returned. There wa aaother rumor that Oca. Aguerr had eecaped across the Rio Urand. Twoportlona f th Usurgents, mistaking each ether for Qoveramcnt troop, had a brisk engagement Several were killed, among them one taking, aa American eltuea. Ocn Oorooa bad proved loyal to th general government Congress wa occupied with financial questions A liver earthquake startled the town ot Hidalgo, la ChthuabUM oathazTth ultimo. Leoor AI enseal was ex pected la Mexico. The press aro Inquiring about the trial of Oca. Uaoto) bo movement on tho part of th Government ha beea made, xnuLAnn. Tbe Merdanmi Diveree re Mar vtese ef Deeeae4 Wlfo'a HI at ere Dlaeaad In tbe lleaae ef Cesn mona Hatter en Ibe High fleee nerlae JJlaeater. LoiDosr, April 17. Th Mordaunt divorce case cam up to-day before Judge Re oeeance. TL counsel for respondent argued for stay of proceedings on thegrousd of Lady Mordauat'l Insanity, aad cited a larg number of Ameri can caaee, upoa which they mainly reated their Application. Th court reierved Its de cision. Loaooir, April 17. In tha lions of Com mons to-day, a bill permitting marriage with a deceased wlf'c sister wssconsldered In com mittee. Messrs Spencer and Walpol opposed It, while Mr Otadstoa thought that oppoaltloa to th bill rested on narrow bests Sectarian views might aad did differ oa lb subject ot the bllL-lt mad allowance lor eueh dl vreityvfW MrStteresford Hope vehemeotly denounced th bin. Mr. Den man showed that th bill wa silent oa Ih subject of such marriages. Mr Palmer wa la favor of prohibiting tbe in altogether. Th bill wa carried la coram It te by 70 ma jority, aad reported to th House, after which sitting adjouraed Lobdov, April n. Th bark Howard, from Cork for Now Tork. wa obliged to put bask toQueeostown eo account or tho mutiny of her crew. Th name of the chip from Havana which foundered at sea waa Tametleoe, not Tamer Ian as reported yesterday. The steamer Oaugee sailed from tb Thame t onlay with eeven hundred aod lxty-oa mi grants for Canada. SJUDA. Fight at Xagaae-Tblrfr leBturemle Mllltxl,IcieladlBis;TweAmerlfesia Powder BXII1 neatroyeit ! Cenue flee. ArreoaeeS Tbrewe np bla Cemmsad-Arreal fer Freed. Havaba. April 17. The Uaptaia Osaeral telegraphs th followlog i Th troops at Ne." casa killed thirty insurgents. Including two Americans. A detachment at Conn a destroyed th pow der mill, killed eeven Insurgents, and captured Prefect Betancourt. A column under Bonder k ha brought la 150 prleoner of a rebel detachment from Nu evltar, with a wagon ttala and stores. Th rebels ar thoroughly dtsorganlisd and wandsrtng about In scattered baada without leaders. Th latter ar roaming along the coasts seeking to eecap from tbe Island. Oea Agramoat ha thrown up hi ommaad, A young man named Oastellanee presented a forged check oa the Spanish beak to day. Th fraud wa discovered, aad th forger, whll attempting to ccap, ahot at Seaor Rlgo,vle president of thabank, but mlssee th bullst entering th roof. U 1 now la custody. FRANCE. Iieetb ef Prleat-Tbe Evetleatlec Plblaclte,eedeombldeIeeldeata Relelles; Tberet. Pabis. April 17. Alexander Thomas Morll, priest of th Asscmbly-under th Provisional Government of lltl, died yesterday, at tbo ago Of 71 It le reported to day that KtM Ulster Darn recommaada the people to rot "yea" la llsy Pabis, April ZTLt Ptfye demands the ex. I pulsion of Slgaor Ccruasehl, th Italian banker, who gar a hundred thousand franc to th anti-PIeblscltum committee, Th Oov eroment bad resolved to take back from elect ore their certificate after voting on the Pic blcltum, but owing to remonstrance ad have abandoned th IntenMoa. srAiB. liUaetureellenwiibtbePrevlstemel Fersu ef Clever mm ems New Camdl delem rer tbe Tb recta Pettless AraleaS (be Adepsiem ef Sbe em BlUbtfeM orporlo Klee. Madkiu, April ST Oreat ImporUee la maaifeslcd by th press at tb prolongatloa of th provisional form of government, and agi tation to political eirilea Is Ucreaslnga It la reported that Seranohas said h will accept even tho republic If Ocnerai Prim will agree to It. Several new candidates for th throne are spoken of, but dob of th promln se of rriucB r redcriok, of Prussia. A petition preying tb Cortes not to adopt tb constitution of Porto Rleo haa base re ceived from Havana It ha forty two thou. an 1 signatures PKUnsiA. Bkrum, April 27 -It is asserted th At th other powers will supporlth action te'kcabr Wane la regard to decision ef Eoemealeal council tl. .11-11... I-.-.- ..all ......- Ill.b..l. l.co.v.lfKol,nlDi.J b..r.U4 III B.r. Ua.bouttli..lfbthorM.y. Tb. .on. i.rslal lrsalHI.al KorttOama. o.M.,. atlon and tho Republic of MalQ ha been ratined TbeUreek Ueaaeere. Lobdom, April fTrThe atreogrtpMscata. tions by forslgn powars to th Oreek U overn ment In regard to th late massacre has l ted to tho resignation of Oea. Zantiae.ufnfetcrof war ill place will be supplied by Val. tvrtue, mlalctcrot interior. S Tairli.r' m. 1 LODOB. ADtll lT.-.AatvlaCS haV bt tB ho 1 elvd that th Sublime Port protests igaloat it I loerauiagof a loan by theioroy oi rjy i ma) DUIiaa Ull aiau ,waiwa..s-. I Roumanian Oovernaicst fox colalng m oaey litsQwamlat. OEOBUIAe Bepert eribe Jelas Oeensnlllee ef tbe Leclaleleire 4jvermerBsilleek Weaie em Ievetlfetle censmlllee Appelmieca otber Becensnaoade llewa. AtLATA,aA,ApillzTBoth House mat at noon to-day Joint Committee appolatcd to wait upoa Oevereor Bullock, and General Terry made a report to both Houbc -ccorn. meadJag that the vlewe and eaceeitlone of Uerernor Bullock bo adopted Governor Bui lock, commuBlcallng hi views to th com mitt, suggested th passsg of a Joint re so lutloa adopting th appropriation aet of lies for Iho Bret aod second quarter for the pres eat ysar) also, a resolution continuing the taa act of last year, and authorising the comp troller general to proceed to act under It. Th goverameat of Ueorgla being provi sloasl,tbeOovrnor thinks that thIeglala tareeaaBot go Into general legislation with out complying with th opinion of Attorney Oeaeral Hoar la th Virginia ease. The Oov- rnor again requeete th eppoiatment of a commute ef lavstlgatloa la regard toth barge mad against htm by Treasurer Au gear, end also tolnvestlgat th us of fuads by th Stat Trsasursr, for tha Treasurer' personal benefit, aad th system e( book keep lag In that ode. He also recommended a eommtltee of laves ligation lato th affaire ot th Stat road) aad that being accomplished and approved by th generst commanding tho district, that In. Legislature adjourn to such day as they may determlae, Th Hobs adjourned, without action, until to morrow. The Senate, by a vot of U to S, adopted the suggestions of th Governor, and adjourned until to-morrow. FBOH TUB IRTlIMle. Precreaa eT Ceptalm neirrldge mud ParSj. Nbw Toaa, April IL-The sleamer Alaska, from Asplnwslt April W, ha arrlred. Ch ha no specie, and news Is meagre. Th gunboat Nyaek arrived al Gulf Haa Miguel oo the 11th Instant, and sent a email steamer up the tlv r to act la concert with th Darlea expedltloa from tho Paelfla aid. Captala Salfrldg' party, from Caledonia Bay, had reached Ohushuaqua rlvr, aad a telegraph Ho bad been built soma nine mile This rout Is bllvd to be Impraettcabl owlag te high eUvaUoo. Th party irom oesaroi uay tow iv tmpraattaabl. Th Nlpal la at Scsardt Bay. If bo practicable rout Is shortly discovered that of Saa Bla will be surveyed Tb flagship BAranaa arrived at Asplowall on tho th lacteal. Tbe New Orleeee Kail peed Cenleal. Naw Obliavs, April 27. Th Jaekeoo rail road contest continues. Th McComb party Is gaining ground Th parties controlling tb stock of th Lou 111 en a, Mississippi and New Orlaans railroad coalesced aad elected a board of director, with II. 8. McComb, president Preside at Beauregard and tha eld board r fusing to surrender, have been enjoined by th FJahth distrlst court from hindering Me Coombs party from ad ministering or directing the affairs of tbe company. -eutberm Preaa AoBOtlellea. Bavaa, April T.-Tbe Southern Prsi Association elected A. R Lamar president, F.A. Dawaoa vie preside at, A. W Reese secretary aad treasurer, Q. It. Lstell, Joseph Engelhard, aad W.D. Mean xeutlvcom. mitt. ThB association adjourned tint tit Th Oeorgla State Press Association also adjourned this morning, aod the delegates proceeded lo Bethesda to attead th tttth in nlvenary of th Union society. A dinner will be given to the press by th altliena to-night Deelrmellve Fire.. "" SraworiitD, Maib, April rThe large factory ofthe New York Watch Compaay, oa Orleans street, caught flr this aftaraooo from a defective flue, and with all it delicate ma ehlatrywaa destroy!, aad a huadrd hands wsr thrown out of employment. Loisiaw, OOO) Insurance IM,000. Tbe HeFerlamd Trlel. Nbw Yoaa, April TTheourt opened at 11 o'clock. Th(,lnsanttybuslaess" la still under aonsHeratloB. One or th Jurors com nared It to a long and tedious sermoa of which Ldwarp. Nlver, eight-watchman at th city prison, testlfled to the general sleepneas aeas of tha prisoner. Dr. Hammond a examination wae than r ...ul Wltnaaa ranaatad that hama to th oaelualoatheteoogeetloo of th brain, with whleh tbopnaonar aanareo, waa vna ii hie having committed th deed All Indica tion of tb prtcooer' eas led th witness to th opinion that MeFarland waa Insane at th .. - ik...kk4WAt irthA It Anft mmw faun tKa lime, taauiai ia h K""-I ..-- TWAasa offlaa) ha would not b llksly to X plod a h did. lt ., After Hammond' testimony, th defence rested the ease. The proaecutlon then celled Horace Greely. who tcctined that he wa ao au slated with ilel arlaadt met him intset or'03 jodgaOarvln Did youkaow him inlMT Mr. Graham. I objeet, as nos oemg a rcouiai f aay ef our Uatimony. H further aald that he would not allow any testimony thatdid not offset what cam out from th witnesses for tt.. ii,raaa iia wlahed tha ttraaecutloa to etatewhat waa tho oharaetcr of what they wlaaMlo aiieu. Th court ruled the queitloa as admissible, th proseeutloo not being able te fortell what course the dclenc would tak. Tb defence ha been very mlaute la th xamlnatlon and ion eooiaj oo ia aamia lint aad aakatt If haul haarJ ot hla troublCB Wltnaaa aald he had not. and told tha prlsooer to tell hi atory. MeFarland then iplalnej now llicnaraeea naa aaira7u uia bbibu. a u prteoner did not think ther had beea aay criminal Intercourse between them Mcrer- lanutOlu nin tnai aiiar bib wii him, iBi.ain h never could llv with her again. Th sec ond ttm tb prisoner called oo witness h eomplalned he had aot got a fair atoiy of aia eas la the Trifteac. Th prisoner made out his story, and wltnsss published it aa he had written It. Thee at th only interview witness had with the prisoner. Th artlal waa produced whleh MeFarland wrote.; JudecGarvIn. Did MeFarland refer to the shooting of Richardson I Witness The drat Mr O rehear,. I object. Th proseeutloo har ao right to Introduce extraaeous matter. It mutt be Introduced for th purpoaa of pre judicing th Jury, but If It gel la It will not have that reeult. They muet prove that Me Farland wa tb aggreaaor to make any pol; for the prosecution, aad they ar not allowed tAdothaL When thle thine waa fresh why did they net briar th prlaoaer to th bar, aa l DOlWail UIUI u umr.TO iium memory oi every one nwaiiuiuu uau been brought Into th eoartvroom at th Mm th publi feetlag waa so aroused that he would aever hav left th court-room alive Mr. Graham daoouaeed thle aUempt on tha part ef th proaeeutloa as mean, floaaaing, and unworthy of th candor of the dlatrlCt attorney, aad demanded that thle coo ama tory ovidcaee be excluded by th court Judg Garvin said when he took up the ease he considered It a ease of murder, pur aad simple, aad had brought v Ideaoe to prov U. Th defence had acknowledged th killing, bat claimed th pnaoocr was Insane, and enn eeaeently waa aot responsible for hi acta They fcad spent ten date in accumulating vt dance to establish this theory. Counsel for the dsfeeeehav denounced ta proaecutlng counsel, from jday to day, and now, they breakout Into tha wildcat diatribe because th prosecution eiteeppta to use thalr privil ege of rebuttal The prosecution merely wishes to prove that th prisoner waa not In sane, and this evidence wa aertetnly rebuttal In Itaeharaater, and eoBsequcatly admissible After e counsel had bee beard the r order aatd he should rul th evldeuoocob. peteat. Adjourned Paints, (His, ftp; BUILDtflS. C 0 H Tn A C T 0 R S. liuittuVll l.f.u..r I ns.ajT.a MlB. fiLiSS. &.. i uiti -va - -- Wklak I am e Serin spealal lalaecmeBU for cash, waiaaiaaa. AlM. 4wUr a Oaa OU. tampe, Chlmaers. Wlaks, Alaekel, uea vii, firpenttae.lfraahe, Resla, A. I.. 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