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FINANCIAL AND COIMIKltClAI.
uOTnntirT BppnmT4t Vot A On. far. ntoh th fonowtn qnAUUfMof OoVsraaMtBeanrKtoei BnnaesR W Hsifr8rTrl In I t"W".r --w;Itii W ran. I '- iMU SI &A feat. feM 1,100 Ca'Afy, l JUnrad. Mara. l M elea. M a)- MM eeaia faa aaiaMawa i-4)aiyiffJaKRai1Ea!SS . kTS2T r ? B-htoi flntM l4r, W qante rU.O jjiSsju!ikir2? ". IMAM SJl. , hn-h-l for City Kll Th1"m5m at Ii STTLBf "V ? 1 .! " -- " . -"- M-aay ae im nuti njrare, -i "-H-m. Th Mwkrt IijUa tbt moraley. tUlna AM.-I,lrttn It U (Alt dmawl n4 bImiIi t (pi. IW'' !' JH' Umnd Alam, m4 ill lPfek fn tin. 6lfMlialUrtra4AhiIutL -MUX --iUt4, IWr Rio-, tUttoMU! AbMr. W imU 1 mU, n4 Hof t Ho, i tl MiiU for A whit 1 II u ST?HIT "it99! " " toflg; P"fl.-nUi BlUuwll..dM1 MAN Mitt., c.. Special Notices. Mm.bwti ,; fe?A 'WMV'TMrVHKXTHACTOr NoiJmJr--k,,0 - -fMUvfto In Anhln; vri null i nu 1 iiHnnTr, nv' M3iir.tiAi'MUoM)Hroni.iTRitniu lllKudr1Uitilklfl4lkiw, 1lMlamMft lLh plMMMl fUtfW M4 Mf dlM-UtXItU (tuld by ftj) cihtf lMBwdnr,MwYA. in. It to nort rllty Ukon try dltoU mhom n4 VhlUran. to nr m-Ujt M-Jntktad. ltd to ptnlnrUn I MtM InmwlUl b-Madt Una oUkr ktd 4 ofl m. lhv i. Hwtoa (Una Mill "K mrm f-f. I k4 b- fVOTT MM)n to ba MrfocUj MtUttnd with II, Boia tff ungtllita. tll-)awki ros mini tcim ltuUiti;vnn-.nowi, ttudard, iaj" ptalf 'rnalr. .JWX hiuxu. nuuwf aeiamd by rrry Darto A fWw, rrevtdAaoa, tt. L, baaa batara th pnbtle, and In that tlm a baa baamna known ta all parU of Iba world, and Ptea wad by panf4a af ail aaUona. It ronulna, to-day. that aama irnnd aad atnalant ramady Ito arondarfal powar In raUarina; lha aaoai, aarara pal hu nnr-r baan aiaal-d. and Itnaa aara-d lu axrld wida pafmlarjly br Ita Intrtnola marlt. Hn aaratlra aaant " h1 u-P'd aalaov dan aaati aalraraal aallafaaUa). Tna fartoaa tiki for wbloh tha rain KLUar to an anf-lllna vara, ara tno naU know ta iwaaim t-MwpitalaUon U tola adrarUaanont. Aa an aalamal and latarnal madlolna, tha Pala Klllar Uada nnrlralad. iMracUoaa aaoMnpaay aaett bottla. -ItES oaauttcaaU. and 1 par bottla. a- HKU-K.NRnVATION-tMAVH FOIt ' Yonna Man, on pnyalaal and maatal anartaUnn loaaat bodLTr lor. aoarara. and amblUon tba aaaaa and aara with aaltary aid fur tha faabla and dantond ln Haatfraa la aaaI-d-iaWpM. Addraaa lloW. ARO ASAQtlATlUH, Ito l T. PbUadalpnla. Pa. r Auction fcsalcs. BY U 'U I- WAV, A: (., Anrllotirrra. Ko. 000 and tfQ-j raonTltaaU an TRrHTBk-ft FAT K OriWO FRAMR DWrLUKa ViOUtilUI IH TI1K VlRHT WAR1, USKUAii A Br rlftiWo a daad of traat, lUtad lha Kill daynf ApAl, 1M4, and raoordad In Ijbar KOK. Nrv M, KQiand aim a aaonad daad ol IraaU da tod tha liu auM ireoornnrri ikvs 11 mwo ana n, n LiHia aii, oi ,aiiu rvwiu ton eoonty. I, li. wa wtU aall at pnbl WKDHIUOAT, Jim H, liro. at tfo'o tba nrantoaa. part af tot Ho. a, in tqoara bandrad ana fortHar Hit,) altaaUon lb aorat nana uiMvm nioet-aai aw PRAMS UWKtXlfl). atooaU, Improrad by k Tarma af onto 1 Ca-h-l down at Una of aalat ray- anaa atampa aaa aDaTaranoioir a pnranaaar-a anat. 11 lai -f aala ua ant mtnnlUd vllh (rtLhln fl.a dara lib, wtthla ftraday from tha day of aaia tha dapoalt to baforfattad, and tha aaJa tha da rotolu j propanywu . Lha mtui vtnf tna Vaa dafaoJUna RAHH AOIIMON H' JAUKS McO! W.UWALLACO., MI Br vlrUM of a a 4 a daaraa ol tha Bapri inatrwi i let of Onlnmbia. la ehane-r Ml V, Lawto M. HlrdorS at aL ra. Ktama naanaai andawiynad, triwwaa. will nil at wobUaaaatton, to ki.kL Malaa. on TUkJillAY. lha .1 fat da of M-yTlVro, at a &eluck p. m , In front of U praraiaaa, laHnoJoboradnlnalSlla Boara anmbsrad aUty-ona tl) la tba ally of Waahlnyton. t. , Tarma. aapraaorlbad by th daoraa, ona third aaaki raatdaa La two aqoal laatalmanla, at alt and twalra RMotba, wlUi Inlaraat from day of aala, for wbloh tha pareboaar'B aotoa. MUafaetnrlly andoraad will ba tak aa, and npon tha flaal raUdoaUon of tba aala, and fall pay. moat of all th porch money and lalaraoti aaid traa taa aball aomay aald pramtoaa and all tho aateta and lataraataf tba parUaata thla anlt tbarola and tharato to tha pnrobaaar tbaraof la laa Impla. Tarma of aala to ba aompUad with within Ira day attar aala, othorwtaa a ma-ia will ba madaatthaocMt of thydafaaltlnipniehaaer. Conrnyanaloj and atampa .MVM(n.iwjITE naraaunvw No. BOO 4 OVA 8, K. oor. Pa. inM and, Mlatti L oiini5RYiAlnor improved VfeopwtTY (IN TWPHTVVUIST PTRKKT WKSf, HAAR BORTlIK8TRKKT,F.RJBf WARD.) , t r rlrtna of a daoraa f tha iapraiaa Qourt of lha pUlrlot of (liihimbla. la ahaaa aUUay, Urtn data Maron IV laid, andpanaad In tha aaaaa of namnat Hlottra,ffoarf Mann at 1. Ha, I An, malty Iockat 0, 1 ahad offar for hI. at publto auotloa. In front of tba pramlaaa.onTllURJUAY, tha -W day of Jaaa. 1870. at 0 ootock p m., part of lota of aroand aambarad twaaty-oaa, tl.) la anar No, kl, of tha aothaatla aroand plan or ptat of tha Olty of Waahlayton, baainntnaT for tba un at a point on Twaaty drat traat nv-i.maaaarodU ft la. from tna wnkaaat ooraarof aaid hit, (11,1 and manina thano aouth. with UuIim nt aaid Taranlr Jlnt atnat. IB ft. V In. t thanoa waatlUftla,tatba roar of aald lot liana north, wttnaaMraa7tltM,lrtfilA.Iii. and thane aaat ll fktln.toldTweeLynrBtUet and pUcaal bay I a. nine, wlib iba Imprwramanta Lharaoo, aooatollnt of a wwatory frame UwaUloa-hoQ. Tarmaofaatot OnaMrdfaant tha realdM la tan aei al and laalia nualha. th nah I MUWaclnrtly andoraad, and nentjpc LnUraat I rout tba Title dead ta baretalned MUI Urn wbol of th par- SonLhwott araaffof Pa.Tamw and Klrnth traat. nil . unaaranqprrinua) w a tba nupram wwn of tba IHatrtot of Uolai etol tamt. Pabraaty A I. 1971), la a eertein aana. wherein WllUant and Jane P. Jama ar aumplalnaata, and It P. U WU-ooj to defaodaQUl wJl ami at PabU AnoUon, on the pramtoaa, on FRIDAY, tb 3d day of JanaTiTD WW, at tf o'olook p tntotha kUhaat Ud der, parta lot II and IT, In aquar Sit. taooritiny to tba aubdlrlalon af ort final Iota nambarad f , t, U and U In aald ftinar. mad andar daora ta ahanoarr of tba Circuit Uuurt of th platrioTof Uolnmbia, tn th aua of hlUr.Marabllli,baalnnlnl n paint on 11 i.i -ArtK. a-tlna Lha aoulhaaat mi in at of orta-tnal lot Na. A manlnit thanoa due north lit foot, thanoa do tali 13 faat. thanoa do eoulh to li atoaaAm faat. an thano doe waat with Uj of II trout to lUo of basla ntny, wttli th prlvtlai of aaliuf tba allar or rtbt of way am featwlda to tna rMr,mproea py n tor .i-Mh.bulliii. arlLti hark iHallillnaa. u anil an Urtnrtokatablaon rrarW k A, eitaatoJeo tba mor, aid of 11 atraot, btwsn lUtnth atiaat and Vrr- Terma of Bala 1 BU thonaand Bra hundred' dnllara aaah 1 balanee In tbraa canal InatallnwnU, poyabU raa- paoUralr-aUt Daeombar. 18T0, Ith Oeoember. 1B7I, and bh tHoanabar, WrU,. wttk tutaraa pajabl tth J one, ItlO, and aamtannnalb' tbaraaftor t tha paranaeer to ! hla protnl-Dry notaa f ua aald deferred payment aa- Cnrad by deaif of tmal on tba pramtoaa, ta b approred y tba nndaranmad 1 Are honored dolUr or uia aaah payment l ba Pi4 ban. th property U knaoaad UunrayaoolDC and rrnn atampa at Boat ol th por If tha Urma of tal ara not aompUad with within Un day after day of aal tb tiroperty wUI ba raauM at th rtoS and ooat of th S'Wj'l'Sk W.Wto.iwrr::' !. .Ti "" ."' Wr " I7 llU W to'!MV UU IWM ftt i-MlUfot rd l?r,f,Tr rtb "4 lln un'Mmu fur food imn IIVOM t, WlTbM t ItWS Mta fw ,5"TlW ". at; parbht. i?I?1 ' Tm. f pr- r 1 ) 1 Oak-. We kkl Af k uU luln - " nui( iwMiwHq fwimw , arm taikoa w of Mi ram iUm. bl It to 4tL T i)oMd u foUo-n. U re l-li- ta nl nliiu. & v 40BZ0 " ifalt1HpitMimtt. VOL. XI Auction Sales! Titian. 11V (lltP.RN Ai tvil.l.lAnn. Ji. t.S2iK2"Mi'4,l!. nui.nrnnnrailTnn M Lf WMl. ,,4ti Hl'lrt, Ml V-BBMOIWP mkPMm&M lOTII M(th tA Mlntif rUoa. rli 1 rt Ilor-M,IWork UhIn,! UftdtWMM, Urt, fMnntan4 Itort llaraM, h-da. 4lAlail9taA.rficftrtek UiyCKJf A WlLLIAUg, AaeUoneara. ffiaK4i4SSSS?' ftttB5ffl-Ki,"D a o-if -Mlimt Mnraa, irlWtn moI tn UM bJ Aft- WJ1 llla (1 " 1 L- BMkrt it4 AMdUsti rtoalr4.v1aiUnlffi,-Ttw. , fm.)--, varit)ll aad IfcnbU (toranlaina. kb-jtU-a, raUnrwIama, ratitaM. lUHotrnp--. Uilm, Inkft. Dtll--. la. fa hi n-t-ila- Baaktto 0? lUato, IUnirin cp4WttteiffllCT?S: )YiJUKNVUIMJATAminfVr, lifilJ?t.tjtASK-noTj)jrfF;tiicsT 'J-L;,JH,ii'?1JJrJllJll5AT,,r IK I4I1U MIUUVKi naprtMtiaOmrtftf Uta IHatofot of Clnlan.bU.asMl ffllffaaj??h!to; Mtroli B, 1MB, WlU altar tM rwidvMiikrlim on u pn M4UiImitIuUuu-m.ii4 MV .' ah thai tA ot qara arthaatpl Mar Hen b-a Imiwlrad anil alitr -wTu ii an. uivDca an-iui aoroaa aaui aqaara w inun-ao Ui amiUi U Uuwwnf, at Ui dlaUaoa of lhlrta Iwl, atctrfoar hnndradtha of foot maaaarad ml f mm lha amiiiMt anraar of Uia -na-, thanaa on aald anaUi Uaa aaal alkt- faat aad flit Utraa bandradtha t lha atmlhoaat oora-r of lha aonar-, and thanea IUi Iba aaat una lnaranf aorta m ina i-inninc, wiui uia in ptotainanlB and wharifcut HtlMaB,-a-aaata(t -itk Uiiuiu. mrtlh all Lha bannatiJ lil huihImH taVn of rrai tbawholartf widainara caTwhUik utaa!ora aaaanDaa pan aonautaiaa tnr- rouruia. vainc auDjaot ta innul mremttA rMl tJ atlnL TKkHa or &tM OnatMAlaf th pvrchaaa money M ba Mid In anahj and .ihl fnaklaa la oqoa najraaata Itla.k'Ulitalfa Wnlki.-AthUITat tabaa-corad br dad of t-ast on Uia propertr. A dapoalt ol 4AuO will ba t-xiaJradalihatUaaaf Mia. Klampaand oon taranrtiui at tha parebaaafa aoat, Tha Urrni of aal aiul ba anmnUed tUi In oaa waak aiur aat-, or Uia propartj mu ba raaold at tha rUk and ooal of tha Ant pnraaa-vraitaraaa waoa nnwa TlirMA8J FIMIIfCR. VVM. U. WI.tK. Truataaa. nuSaaAdO , ,. .OOEBK A7IjXUMB. Aaat MX T ('(IMIU'RI.f At C'Ort A act a,, 1 Ha. fll4 Vaaaavtraaia ataaA, bataaaa Ulath and and Tan lb. traata. TllTSTRI, liATK OF1 VAttTABLR UNIU. PKOVKD PRQPKHTV. , UttlHaaaf alaal Atft-a-CjilalMf Ja itth ilatr -J Daomnbar, 1, and duly raaordad In IJbar Ma. a bar, IMP, and aaly raaordad In IJbar Ha. LAaonaof tbatond raanrdf fna Wa-hlnftoa Ja tha lMrit -fliolanibU, I ahaU aall at pat Jon,onTUkHUAY,tba:iataf Mar. 1810, at tl p. nk. I f rant af tna praamla-a, all thai H-aa ol ours I IB. a around known aa I-HHa.ll, bi aiaar- KM", fiwanu U faat oa BnatH H ttraat, batwa-a Thlrta-nlh aad ronrtaanik anaau aaa(,aaMl ramnuta aaal Wt laata tnrhat to a (not allay. irnva nivi im ui-Ti Tarmai .l A , eaah,baUna fntwatrainnnUw, with 1 arni t 1 9 v ail, nuinv iri ivwrvra ihi j wiui lnt-r-t, ana aacnradbf adaadaf LnutonUiapramlaaa. AUannTaranlnanflraaaaa aUnjnaatporahaaar'a -"!.. MMJJ&.OOW"?. enat. JVU" douara WUJ bravir-d down an tnny i.AC0. A acta, anrMiia i i,tuuJHMJ-aw BYC'OOPKrt.Vfa.lTIMRIt.AHrlUHrrn. (BaaoaaaontoJaniaalX Moitnlra A Jo..) 8onthMiaonaraf ra.STaaaa and Llaraatb atx-at, TRITHTKITS 8AXK OT'VA.ATABLK TROPrRTY TO! aifm4 nmit-ri ir 1 11 niitut, itMnaan m A(iL m by ttrtaaofdaailaaf iraalbaarloadataof ltihAf .fannan. I'HI.and raonrdad In labarT and nrrlrtaaolflaapaa. irwat naarios tnnary, PHLand raonrdad la libai fliAAe anaaf tha land roam if IruhlnrlinL iHilrlct nat r.Jgn K.fld.1. 3ft wni aa)i at pnbtla aaclion. on lha pramtoaa. ta iba hh-tlJfl-oaainiDAr.tftalTii'Vp Jaaa.U70.at a o'clock, p. a., ail lhaaa eartala loU and aara ala aOrownd atloata and Lrtan- In aha ail af B.d yam-la af BTonnd atloata and bta In aha tal uiSaulMiiiii banwB and daaariLadaa bamaail lota Iwar tU) and thlrtaan U,I and ooaUa-ra iMrt af lot alafwti MM aU In aqnara lour hnwiiadand)(jty abtht(V) tha aaid Mutbarak aariaf lot aUran bar- mlrontat twaaiy fcinr taaa aa ana a aau manaa an atraat wnt, tocaihor all all iba in.pra-aa.ania oanwiawui, a wnra mraaaiorr nrtcx uwau umIUiE RatflJU- tLririt HlaMaaaatlW-. li-aajhooaa. arTpartnc Tatraatf and Uaya antl ail 1 of aala aafoUowa 1 A anflMaal anvmal In aaah tit- nunail BMvar daa an Lha pmnarH. ta Lhar wiUi all eoata and arpanaaa. aoioaaUnaT la all ta aboat 1Aul tba raaldaa I agnalpyniaata it orw. fa. Utraa and foar yaara, with Inlaraat from day of aaU, ar"d by daadaaf Wwataa IhaaFamlkaa. Twliandrad and nity daUarato baaaMM Uaw at aaia. If tha lanna of aala ba not aompUad with within aU day fmm tlaua af aala kha traavaa raaarvaa tha rtoht to raaall tha proparty at tha rUfc and anat of tha da f aalUati parcha-ar aim ttrtac 00a waak a auUoa In anta MPtr pninnn-i in ui. niim n uihiwd, , JOMHT MITVMKU.Traataa. tvlMAAa UOOrER A LATlMKJt, AaoUoaMra. M(Vmrhata uutrnt nada In Lha A and la da. artbinr tba praparty aa enntakalnc aU of tot tblrlaan IA) Hlnnfaat all and tbraa qnartar lnahaa barlB( prntuuaiy baan auld aud eon' BZl.' W c!2Ell AtPJfffi'raS- Honlha-at oornar of 1'fc ar and Uoranth traat. LA IK) R Alt D ATTRAlTriVBSAifROir liORAKn, MOLrn; ALDPRPT 'iiaTtTp, WAfKllk at tba raatdanoa af J, P. fianhow, aav abonS finir Mllaa front Waahmwlan, n tfeallladanabarcrmd.and adiotninthathaprni)arlrct tha lata John U. Klaa, Kd known aa tho Yarrow Panu, va aball aall Uta fol das da-rrlbnd artlolaa, rial . llora-a, Mnlaa. Aldarnar Cattloi Onahap-rlar UuU.l tna eatabratad Cotasl Stack i al-n, Aldarnay IWtfaraaod Calraai A larsa aoUoeUon of Karmln Impl-manta of tha moat arprorad itylaa. Inelodlnc Hay Tad d ara, Whael itakaa, Uay Praaa, and aboot W -now and naaoad-baad Mowara and Uaanara af tha heat mannlaatara i una or f-ioo ait im&u' iuy ana lmmu ooua, in per Uaeb-oJfwVUyopsra wni&tackamllbr TU, aftwl A toiatotaffmaUParmlur HlMkamlthat Portablo andSl aadGardaabu Tool; itatioaary Pona llatform. Uoaatar and Deanj H LW and Ol Ubalna, Ropaa, pip Urya lot of rartoua Unda of Pi About 1AJU loada of barn vard I ilockaandTackl) IjDUO ioOalloB Tlnacar. nn ah v4w fl.na VtJ rlaa A Urt aawrtnwBt of apartor rartoff and Chamber Iwmitnrat , 1 . Hrnaaato and Thraa-plf OarpaUi Klthaaliatol(aa,Aa-d. . L , Tarma af aalat Aninandr t,raht aborathat amount, a credit ml thirty, alsty aad ninety daya. wltb notaaaaUfaatorily andoraad. ' ' i NoTK. Tba oar atop at Pa on Oroaelny, wblon ta on tha plaoa, tharobr miklnf II. rfrTj coot anient to parUaa wlaMnc to- kUand tha aala Tie aalo wUI bo , mill , , tCbrwaBal , 3 Anotkaiaar. llvtoivpKniljiTijren. Dooutnaw oornar of r. aranna ana, ajaT-Miww TRUTKrrA8A,oVlirT1llHVouARljyAg TWki.rm uTKKArr Wjuit, bktwkjui r Jtnb fly rlrtna 4 a dead of tow- free R. A. ManhaU and Bra,dal-dUa9Ui of Oatonar. IWS. and, raoordad bt b7r U bf 11. H. O. oUolw. A.rtha aabaerlbara wUI aaU, at paT.fla taja. to th falanMt blJdar, on th pram. Uaal on MONDAY, tha tEdayof Jnne. 1STH, at Ik. 10 0'lo-:,a.nv,U aaat half of agoara No. SI4, aaTiaa CTTi aa kaaa ln.aiufnia faaao .linnll rrarn Laid Intat Tn part to ba told to a follow, rli : lit. Th Booth part af ln U, aald aawth part fronta ii faat 1) Invbea on TnaUth troat wart, by tha daptli &Un lot, and part of li and oi tba aaat naif U, ncpert of aa altoy ft faat t laehaa wUa, ahown on a UaTabqwaon a madoby ltot A U of tot U U aald auaara fli. ftd The nortn part of lot IT. H ta aaid aqoara, f ran Una tea by tha daptbM tad and Mb. U and at in CI Twairtn awaat as faat a ana Lambr-ata-i part of anb,U aal Mbdlrlakm. tiA, Part f tot U, and parts l toto A end of oaat kalfof I, ha-iro-, Iranalaa U feet S laaha on TwalfUatraalTWth nWui altna lot, faatnf part at an allay abownaa the anb aUttotonaf araanl i. Thatarnuaf anto iU Ia an thard Inoaab, of wbtoh tU oa aaohr-vreolmnatb paid at tba time and pUoa I af aala, and tba roald aala aaal aajna.to)aj and two . yara. wltb UiaraatfnmiUa day , .,.,. day Irnrath day of aala tha tmalaaa raaarT lb rtoht to raaall tba property, an Ian day pnUU Mtto. for at tna nan ana ana oa uw paruua.ai u wwik loortyanoaa and ")) at tbaparobaaar ooat, Jrtll OOUI iA(i.i?ovE'"VLrT!r miatevld. B a tma.w. avaa u. Dcntistrr WANIINOTON IlETAL a law innjaarariia avp W f Pwartaaath atowrt. fall appar and IpWeale Uathw,.HH,..SJ.l fUaxto appar a k-waa oatow.T'T?... 15 PartILeUfreaa....Jr.7:;aja; tv aUtraatlni by th waa of mr faawT, li T11KJIM0METKUM OP Aa KINIM. tir Aijrifjver?; ytveiiVitcuxnkJlho& AsKitTsron wooDBvrrs'rjrK.'ir roKTJLM MAHOMKTSK, TUB AXIT MM tSM. II. H. IB.1irt.KH. OfTfCJy, 4MX"!0' WaaiAVfol. , pAIlUlANKli HCAIX. , Allalaasaad-tos. jp. O0AL AND UAY B0ALE8, Qk PLATTORM AMD OOUKTRR aOALEflj, 1 ' ' '-ASfiifbVjLRkElia., ATJMAJirjFArjTUniJLB FTtigivi. ROAI.R RKfAIM VpnlAHKi), JOHN A- lUKKtta - Aisat ' AdWUULTURAL WARKH0U8E. ujU-soIjU LtndaiaAS avsaos, bt ib sad 10th sU, HT--1 iMi teS T-rmaiUMtv mtMU THE JTENIANS. The Force nt the Front. Further Particulars of tho IJofcat at Franklin. LATER NEWS FftOM ST. ALBANS. the Men Discouraged and Re luming Home. I' i:IAN MllVtUIUNTI IN Tllft U1XT .ii I..-- NFAV8 FROM CANADIAN POUKCES. IT HIT IH THOUGHT 01 IT 11 rXM.A.ID. Tn ItrfVnt Rt Frmnklln, 8t. Aldaki, Vt., My DO. Tho Fculan bubble, u ftr m moTcmcnU In tbl direction ro conccmod, hu baraU Boon After tlio trrcnt ol GcnertJ O NolU tha Fenian offlcera hcH a long council of war. and It waa decided that It wad nlc lit Uicm, with the imall nnmter of men at their command to make an further attempt at Invading Canadian toQjftnd thoooattffacnco hi Uiatroads lead ing from hcra to Franklin ara allro with re luming "weArcr of tho green." A gcntlo ptfcdjivl frotn Franklin brlnn Uie tnforma jlna tlul thcto la ivH now a Fen tan In that Tillage; that gun, ammunition, blanket and other paraphernalia of war, are acatlarcd about la great abundance, and Ara being picked up br wboioocr ttiosos. Tho rank and nlo complain bitterly of their oflVtrdJ And aj Uie do not nndentand their builncM. One tiling la evident, that the point chosen for cronlog tho Una was a mott un favorable ono, and could have been bettered br going a half mllo dUunt, where there wm a open fioUl. Ai It wo, the racmr were In francIicU "behind rocks,' and hid a decided ad vantage. An aid of General O'Netl aaja one thousand men roUVilnot have driven the Canadian from Uielr po1tlon,whlch naturall waa a very trong one; and the Fenians behaved bndtr oM becithie liilTdcinoralUcdAt tho firat vol ley of the Canadian troop, and the offlccra bad little or no control over them. And some wltncnfca of tha fight, who were offlccra In our late war, ao not iieauaio to niami taat uia moftaMbbyjnUUarj tAetlca were dLm1ayed, anauuutua arwuit wouniunxo uvcaamorca. If tho affair bad beca managed different i -Tliroa Fenlana ara rrimrtcd killed and ten to fifteen wounded in uo engagement. Tbo killed aret Jobcpu Koine, oi unrungton, t., lit Fenian cavalry, -4wt through Uie throat; M O'Urlcn, coiApany 0, lit lentan cavalry; Ami ah unknown man I Uia ImpoMlblo at Lbla lima to ascertain wucuicrpr no. tuo wuiauiau iruujw mat nu in killed and wounded. General Donnelly, In attainpltug to cncaie from the Klcuarda House, waa uunded In tho leg, mil not rcTvnvnj4 , its ir u-tci:w.xi in o. Albana thla morning. tJeoU Hope, of Bridge port, Conn., wounded In the thlgu, waa brongbt toik. Albana to-day, and la quartered at tho 8L Albany liauo, A report gained oulto an extcn(vo circulation hero taat eve ning and lulu inornlnr. that tbo person ar- rentort lor uenemi ucuiwas not uonerai ONf-IIL but luma oilier Fenian ofllcer. think ttiero Is no doubt at all o( Uia arrest of General O'Neill, nil rcjKirts to the contrary notwithstanding Tba (kneral could not havo DiricnLcd hla arrcsL however. If be had been diipiw"d. General Foster waa cry determined wlui hlui, and told blm that ids Ufa was en dangered If he made any resistance or at tempt to escape. On tbo arrcotiPf .General. O'Neill, Doylo O'Reilly took command, and ha bos written a privato letter addretved to General O'Neill, Indorsed by It. 8. Hart, reporter of tho iVrf JVrss, 5f . 11, Carpenter, ol tho Troy -"nras. H. a TutUer, of the 'Iitttlmut JAtoU, And C. H. TutUo. of the lioiton Adoniiatr. aMurlnir him that be need not fear that hla name wlU sustain one lota of blcmlah. General O'Neill u now in inn common jail at uurungton. Dlacanrnird Frnlnna IavUclhaFUld-The 3IrBrUlaltJMAntsriiidRrrI(rtBirsia laiaT Hams aU (,Jvenii-nt Ezprnae 1'nlird Htnlfn TrP tlretfnd-Tfcet'ana fdlnn "Anaj" U Vrdnrn47n Fight Nam. flwvrtl HtAtatr Vol-rrH-tJrrml lion rllyln triilr10nairtlilo-Frnlnti from Ike Konth r rnle Xr Slalone, 8T. ALoAN Vt., May 90- During tho cn tlio day squads of Fenians, tired and discour aged, hayebcen arriving hero from the Frank lin lino. t Tho llurUngtou company, which, Itts ad mitted bv alL dlsnlared tbo moat cuuraire. was the last to leave, and had tbo other com- Janlea been oa bravo, thra would havo been a liferent story to tell of tba fight yesterday, Tha returned Fenians have been loltcrlnir about the streets, ana notwiuuuanutng weir bungcr ana auappoinuuent, ore urueny ana ch IU fjcnorai ttcr ium neeu in constnution wiin tho otUccrs, urging them to go to Malune w t(Jt uicir men, out tna men ara not generally s- lYtfltni ,1 The Bopcrlnlcudcnt of tho Vermont Ceutral railroad bad received orders from Washington to scud, at the expense of the Government. sucti oa desire to return to their homes, and a large number havo aralled ihcmaelvcs of tha opportunity and taken their departure this This afternoon companies, L and I of tha 6th United States artillery, numbering ITS men, under command of Lieut, Col. George A. Kensel, arrhod from Forts Warren and Independence, Boston harbor. Tbo Canadian troops In the engagement yesterday were commanded by Captain Asa Wcstovert .They rer'n Independent com pany of mUlUa, and did not, according to tho most reliable reports, number more ihn sixty or seventy men. Tbey were shortly after rein forced, but now there are few, If any, at Uia scene ct tbo QniragcmenL, , . i RowN bfthaj Fcnlanl kDIcd, wa burled by the C'DAdl&ns yesterday evening. After bplixg burled largd stones were pUcod at the head and foot ofthe grave and a largo pile of stoned on top Much comment has been made (concerning tna manner of burial. A report bos been received that Gen. Don iielly Is more badly wounded than was at Ant supposed, and fears are entertained he cau not live, ma high lexer has act In. He was wounded In the thigh. Deputy U.B.Marahal Hanagan, of Burling ton, has teen to Hubbard's Comer to-day, aud officially notified all partloi concerned that he has seised the awm. and eaulumcntj that bad been abandoned. In the name of tho United Bute. Three car loada of Feulona, on their way to Malone, passed thnwjh' here on' tha evening train lor mat puuit. tin. Hpettr at Hi, Albua. of former Fenian notoriety, has Jiul arrived In town, and taken quarters at tho WUdcn or. albiiii. -ubt an, ii au 111, iiuu. Dinar. uouso. Fenian CoImmhim (IoInc ! lit Frt. ataiMinE, ii. ., Kinj v tnur ruuuucm oi remans croescu t rout nvcr una mi morn- inir. Ana are now mownz on iiununsion, Lieut. CoL Cleory La la command. Colonels Smith, MeWado, Thompson and Campbell are tuo regimental commanuer. iircralts HilU ! Frw-.r-! UdsToW, fay'2d. To-day's news from the Canadian frontier bos hod a depressing effect on FenlanUm la this city, but recruits con Unuo to arrive and depart, Ona hundred and lity, principally from Lynn and tho towns Adjoining, started north to-night jlrn itiid Jtloney at Newark, Newark, N. J., Slay 20. A crowded meet ing of IrUhmen was held to-day, and money oonulbolrd ftufllctcnt to send wo men: to the front. A party was expected to leave to-day, but their departure; has not been; bcArft at 4 FeaUa Mavrmrnta In ike Weal, Cuicaoo, May M ' Tho Fenians hero hat u crowded their headquarters all the morning, and muibexcltcmcnt prevails. 'Forty Fcniaiw left to buura since, aomo (or Uio East, and imiui a number for Mlunvoota. AuumU.rof Uie IrUh organlxallons have also left, but In w ht dlrectlou It U not known, Geo. Francis Train arrived I torn iiuncyiuusjuorniug, apdbe reports that A tribe of Chlprawaln dutubAtu Joined Lha Fcnlant at Winnipeg, Tbey are under tbo cotutnand of clikJwbu was converted a (ow weeks slueo by a Catb olio priest. Train made a speech at the Fenian headquarters, and contributed flftv dollars to aid tho cause. He will speak again to ClHCINMATI. MaaA..lLUit AM tinntnul Fenian recruits have left this city for Canada since night before last. They hare generally cons In email oouads. without nrma. ttni flfty have effected on organisation .They havo elected James Barke captain, Hugh Donnelly and WnutiuUlynu, 4 OovLngtoiv UouienBt, TljMTpnoO-flStflru (lictinajJFVlilte'htV-UrihinUrr. Cincinnati, May iWThera L aoaiffeeli lag hero La Fculan circles, but no exutcinuiit WASHINGTON, D. 0.. FlllDAY MOIINING. MAY 27, 1870. during Uie day, The organization here gives Lha matter tha cold sboaldcr. KxrltMfejt la 1.aaT llrat PrttaeU Tralae Mairrla Aid .lira Ifl rr tke rwws fWnr. , rmrlnn. Uv Btrlmat rrlL-mrnt) IlU Xrevallnd among the Fenians ol Uils city all ay. They very generally dmbelleTed the report of thacaptoreof aNeUluntU It Vh confirmed by subsequent dbratciie. Head quarters havo been crowded all dayj George Francis Train appeArcd tbero add niado ouo of his cbararteruuo speeches, and rave the Fenians tk This evening be lec tured for them, giving the proceeds of tbo lecture for tho benefit of the eat. Qnlts a large nrunber of Fenians have kR for tha toel 01 war to-aay. Prwt C'aaoda Hnrrr Toronto, May Wt The Canada Fenian raid at lbroon IfUl Is a mhwrablo failure. Tho Fenians are now retreating:, loavlngthclr arms, baggage ana wounded benina. 1 ncre Is no loss of life on the Canadian side. Hub ttngton Is now the principal point of intercut. Every necessary preparation Las been niado to meet an attack. Canadian Cansldcr Iks Mcrrm-nt tt- lapor-al, mlmj A 4IIW Vlliail IIIU, V4I1V1I 0 looked npon as virtually eol lspd. Straggling parties may give a little trouble, but the preparations to meet them are so perfect that nothing bat entire defeat will attena any lurtucr attempt at tnvarion. Tho alory of Indians having attacked troops at Saalt fit. Marie cannot bo traced to any re iki 1o source, and the latest advices say no thing of It. On tho Niagara and Detroit fron tier a suOlclont force Is In readiness to repel any attempt to enter tbo country. ' A NpIH la N-rr Yrk-Ckarra Aala- Sllcbael Hcanlaa-necrwlis Drlac Uret-Ueel and Hrnt I the Frnat-Mnaa 9Ireitn 10 hf lleldTaOIfrraw, Nrw York, May 20. Owing to a split la Uie Fenian part here charges of fraud bare been made against Michael Scanton, the edi tor of tho, rtsA Jirnubltc and assessor of In tcrnal revenue, and tbey are now being Inves tigated by United States officers. The Irish republican club passed resolutions to-ntght endorsing Mr. Bcanlon. The enrollment of Fenian volunteers Is bo Ins; carried on tonight steadily, though not with the samccnthnilajmula-tnlght. Meet ings are being held atArberman Hall and elacwhere, and stirring speeches are being made exhorting all who love IbcLr country to hasten ta the front. Tlift Fenian hcadiuarteri are entirely dfr rted, all tho more promlpent men having icit tne city tjoionei uurv ana uoionei uay nor have almost filled their regiment, and twa hundred of the latter command started for &L Albana to-night About five hundred men left bylhe 8 and 11 o'clock trains over the Hudson Itlver rail road. Tho proposed mass meeting of Irish sympa thizer U to bo held on fiaturdAy, liermlilns; at PrarMeare-A nattallan af ITnliNHlnJMTraapsmalla.'llaJaar.N.Y, rROviDiMCB, May 86, A public niceUng ucia ncre tins evening to raiso means ana men for tbo Fenian expedition was successful. A battalion of the &tb United Blalea artll- lory, under General Hnttt. ara ordered to leave lor liosion pt rotifc 10 jiaione. Mavr-tatntn at Poaahkerpalfi roconKBEPstx, May 2d. All Uio trains up to-night contained more or less Fenians. The Ncllsun Circle, of this city, met to-night and uTcnJioa a juuuc uiocung lor to-inorrpw nlzbL If. H Troop rn route far i Heat of War j Boston. Msv 20. United BUtes troous from Forts Warren and Independence, nnder1 uoionct itensen anu ucutcnsnt liamwvon, left by a special train latO'last night for Sf. 8ackbtts Hakboo, Mat 2d. Sixty offlcers and men of tho 1st artillery left here this mormng lor Ogucnsburg, Ths Xsas of th KovfMfit la KnclaaAA-Oplslons -sa rmtaeais rrecismstisa. Losdok, May 20. Voluminous disjiatchcs rccch od from tito New York Associated Pre offlcc, giving the text of tha President's procla mation and the movements of Fenians, Are tirintod In the newsnanera hero this mornlui. and batomadoAdeUdedaensaUon. Astncu- tlouod in previous dupsAcnes, President urant s course- 01 action u,vwarmiy cuoi- nAnjthil rn aft aftfta The Tut-rf says: M While the proclamation ltM.il ta BaAiaiaiHiry. mu auaun ut AUicritau troops on the border to carry out Its provi sions is ucpiorauis. -iun,uuwcTor, uie i iniri continues. ' Is not snrprlsing, as troops are not usually quartered on 0 friendly frontier. Troops should bo sent toCanada lnuuedletely. and Canada sliould forward to the front all the soldiers she can spore. Canada must bare no tenderness for this second offence. The marauders mustbe treated as robber, ruffians, and murderers.' Tbo X'orniM TeUyrAp saysi "President Grant acted with loyalty and honor," The JonM -" confident that tho loyal and energetic action of tho American President wilt place Fenians In a proper light before Lho world as being enemies of man- Kino. rtrlllali t lavn imlaa Ottawa, May 26, It Is rumored that the Sn eminent has received notification from e Brlllah Government that Minister Thorn ton has been directed by Uie secretary for fonign affairs to demand tha protection cf the Canadian fronUer by Gcueral Grant. Lam dos. MavSA. In the House of Com mons, Monscllsald the Colonial Department had rccchcd telegraphic dispatches from tbo Governor at Montreal. The Fenians had crossed tho lino at Pbll Upsburgand at other points on IhofrooUer, and trouble was threatened at various places, but bo was happy to say the Government bad farther Information that the President of the United States bad Issued a proclamation of warning to the Fenians, and General Meade had iiUnatched troons to tbo frontier to rra- ent the violation of neutrality laa s. The Pall Mall 7oirn to-day admlu the tirompUtudo with which tho American Govern tiutil nnia acifu uu iuo vuuuii iiuuucr. and seeks to dissipate the fears of those who expect, A worse result iron tue cemanina. sloiu Mint lbs ANiaeriiir-1 jirre -i-bibk at tti Stavemeat. The following dlvpatch was sent hence to tha New York 3Vi&uh oa Wednesday nurht 1 AVA8UIN0T0H, May 2S. Secretary Fish this morning received several dispatches front the United State Marshals of New York, Minne sota, and other sources, tnnonnclng the con tinued gathering of large bodies of men on tbo American sldo of tho Canada border, but tho dispatches dctslj no Account of their Intention-, nor do tbey give names of any placo na tlm nmbablo Dolnt of concentration, or tha place In Canada to ba first attacked. Becro- tary Flb son! tne LUspatciisa to tne rmiJent. Tim Rnrrctarv irlvos it as bis onlnlon that tha Fenians moan mischief now, aud admits Uiat tbey hata certainly conducted their affairs very ably. Attorney General Hoar met the Secretary of Btato at tho White House, and there bad nearly a three hourp' conference wltb him on this Important subject, The United State Marshals are hourly communi cating with tha Secretary of State In relation to lha state of affair along the border, Tha Secretary of State claims that tbo proclama tion was Issued In good time and La good faith, and that the President has glunUie moat sirlmrcnt order to have It carried out Gen. Sherman has ordered Gen. McDowc(f and Gen. Philip St, George Cooke, whose do partments take In tho entire Canadian border, to lend ccry aid and counsel In their power to tho united states morsnauin presenting anned men from lnvadimr Canada. Gen. Sherman says that w tamwt pro cot un Armea men iruui entering uo vauauutn country unless tba United States marshals hate proof that they are a raauradlng party, bent on doing a friendly Power much mCn chief. Tha United State steamer Michigan la ou the lakes, and Admiral Porter states that her commander has orders to rendor tho United States marshal All the Aid and assistance In their power. (leu. Hanks, chairman of the House Coin. lalttce on Foreign Affairs, was at the White iioubo vo-uay, out isnuq, to oca tue rrcaiuuni. llfllsof otilnlon thlsFenhut business hi a S'Lltr seare," much fostered and be)leedinby Uie UrltU-li Minister and Secretary fish. General Banks cmpkaUcally declare that bo doc not believe that the Fenians, who are not only friends of this GocrnmenL but the larger por tion of thorn part and parcel of If, are going to attempt tho capture of Canada and flghl (IrcatBnlalnwIUioutthoald and support of to is Government aud ba can too nq sign of tbelr guUng such aid ott support- He says, however, tha It tbey do make tho attempt, he trust they will succeed. In rwf-nnpa a Lha nroilAmAtloa and the frightened condition of tho State Department, Gen. Banks does not hesitate to say that in hi opinion It Is all unnecessary, aud that If the Stato Department ill only turn Its eves southward .aud see to tho securing by our Government of a foothold In the Wuat Indlos and orvLke. lower gulf coast, Uiat then there would be no difficulty lu Canada, for as soua a Great Britain was sure Uiat wo bad lUilcd ourselves In the West Indie and the Antilles, one would withdraw entirely from this conti nent. ThnMveMaul 4 Abant New York. The How York Tribune say of the move ment In that city and neighborhood: The dlsnatcbes from the border vestcrdar morning announcing tho arrival of General o Netll In Canada created much excitement In Fenian circle throughout Uio city. Sub officers and reporter t based each other from hotels to recruiting offices, vainly endeavoring to get full particulars of tho "great raid. Towards noon large crowd gathered around the recruiting headquarters In Prince street, and It wo claimed that hundreds of brave trlahmen enlisted under their country flag. Humors 01 tna most wonucriut rnsracicr are passed from tongue to tongue, ghlng ac eoonts nf the raiders' march across the Cana dian border. Captain Peter Burk came dawn from St. Alban on ono ol tbo night boats, ana tno louowing lacts were given uy nuni 1 ne remans are in men stunts, ana ncariv all of the citizens living on tho American Doruer ara irienair. ana tucv nave lurnisnea the soldiers with provision. lira great aavance wn to ua nuuio tat nhrfat. and the attacktmr force was com manded by Gen. O'Neill Tn person. During tue nasi two wocu uie tcnians uare ncen concentrating along the border, and making preparations lortno irrana moTcment. ma supily of arms Is ample, and tho troop are determined to make a desperate fight Tho conflagraUon In Quebec was a part of tha pro gramme. There ara large numbers of Fenian sympauiizer in an pans 01 tue aominion. Captain Burke proposed to raise a regiment at once, and march bock to Uie border as soon as possible. H Is aald that the Governors of the New F.ngland States are friendly disposed toward tho rcnlans, and they will not bo for ward In calling out the mtlltlA. more aramanr remans in uia curwno say Uiat not more that 200 men havo left Now iork. ana tnat uie enure reman army is not a Hfipa It. n Q fytf ilwhf. TI1A.A tohn ti n Hu. tcnUy traveled thrnugli Canada say that the ; CAnadlans ara well supplied wlUi troops, and tnat iuct win no auia to renei tno mvaaera in ft short time. There I no doubt but that If Gen. O'Neill can hold tbo Canadian In check nntll Satnrday, the Council will order tho reg ular reman army to marcn 10 ni aurport. There was conalderabla bustle In llrooklvn yesterday at the different centre. It Is csU- matea oy sympauiucrs mat no less man ono thousand persons eolUtcd yesterday, a major ity of them leaving for St. Albans by Uie early trains, while others remained until a late, hour last nhrht, when they were Joined br about vme hundred and fifty from Wllllamsbugh. jt a majority 01 too centre conaiucrnuio ac tivity wo noticeable, and small groups con stanUy left the buildings, dcrectlng their steps toward the ferries. A number of prominent men visited Uie residence of District Centre Wm. Davis, but for reasons unknown, were unaiiio to gain an aaaienco witn tnat genuo man. It Is currently reported that a large number of tho Brotherhood will leave oa Sat urday night. The plan adopted Is drafting, every member's name being placed In a ballot box and, the ones drawn are subject ta tho district centre's order. Tho most In tlm s to friends of Ocncral O'Neill deny tha report of his baring crossed the border as reported. Tbey believe that tho point named are Incor rect, and Uiat tho scene of operations will bo on tho Itod Hirer border. Many of Uie prominent politicians are miss ing, a well as ome wealthy storekeepers whoso sympathy with Uie movement Is well known. The popular Fcntan, Costclto, who was ar rested. In company vtlUi CoL Warren, In Ire land, left last evening for tho borders, In com pany with other well-known Fenians. At 10 o'clock but nlubt a crowd of sometJOO Fenians went on board a propeller at the foot of Bridirc street Brooklyn. Ther sold thcr were going on a moonlight excursion, but they filled to name tho destination. Tho local leaders of tbo Newark Fcntan movement ore reticent but very active. A Iikm frr.A nt Pen Ian a met nt k.raiuUa Ilall jestcrday. They mere enthusiastic, and sev eral new recruits were onroucu. At o ciock a party consisting of 60 Fenians left by the Newark and New York railroad for New York. They were able-bodied men. Their passage was sccurea aunng ycvieruny vj uiuir chief. Mr. Chaninan. who remains to eel more recruits From Elizabeth 15 men i era sent to New York by tho4p clock truiu. What a Oaaada Taper Kara. Tho Toronto Gl&x of Tuesday morning says that tho air Is full of Fenian rumors, some of which wear an aspect of probability, and It conUnucs; "The burning Of the elevator at Port Col- borne, gatiierinc 1 .ounaip, tu uostrucuun nf locka on tbo Wetland canaL and a eonccn tratlou on tue ou aiuou ironuer, are among the chief movement with which these mis creant are mit now credited, mere it mi much to be said In fa or of Uio probability of such an attempt that tha present Is precisely lho season mt favorable for their lawless operations. Tbo roads and weather are far better suited for their purpose than when the lata alarm was rlren. Information has reached us from other than ofllclal sources, whlih dla- rtlara armrr-lienalou-. more or less well- grounded. In uio mind of person Viho are near to uie aucgoa scene 01 action. "Tbero can be no need for alarm as to any Kirmanent or wide-spread Injury being In cted by small band of marauders of this doscription; and In largo bodies it Is next to Impossible they shouldcomc. If the American officials properly perform their duty. But wo owe It to peaceable citizens on tha fronUer Uiat they should havo no cause to complain of a want of sufficient protection and although. If the Fenians penetrated far Inland, It would be very unlikely that Uio enraged peoplo would allow one of them to return alUe, It I not for our Government to permit one foot of British soil to be defiled by men inarching in arm against tba authority of the Sovereign and public order and peace. The volunteer have received order to bold themselves In readiness! and, without giving war to need less panlo or wasting the Umo and energy of tha millUa tn useless movements, It U obvious that duo precaution should be taken to pre vent surprise and oatrage." The OW ho a telegram from St CUft Hue's, May 23, giving the report that the Fe nian Intend to burn the elevator at Port Col borne and blow up Uie head-lock. A dispatch, from the same place, dated 9 p. mv, ft&l, says; "All quiet at Port Colborno. Tbo Wetland railway moved a large quantity of grain to dayfrornthalpcwt. The frontier U entirely anguardad and Inviting an attack. Grato tnnrehenalon are felt rcsncttlnir tho safetr of the guard-lock at Allanburg, widen, It de stroycdwonU almost submerge this part of tne country. Tub lion. Thomas L Jones, of Kentucky, has addressed an open letter to Gov. Steven son on tho everlasting Buriirldge scandal seven column long. From ouo of tho con cluding paragraphs of this genial trifle, ito ei tract the following solemn farewell of Uie chit alrous Jones to Uio Gubernatorial Stcun son: 11 anno, rrnm av hid ana owmorr inreT-r i ao ukm aay uar, euaa-rer, oowarai rrom we pree t hooeat maa and yantltimaa 1 and 11 before thl r atrtf aball od blood abaQ flow, wlialbvr 1 or r may fall, I brand th- brow with th blaoknom 1 1 arandaa an aibl riinvn In Lha aarth- hiu Lha of ttoln 1 wander up and (town In tha earth, wear th n-a aa mf aa mm una, ana wum i bait eamty a appear bf or thy Uod.H aaak a tony aa tho ureal, and when thou dioat thou -j ne aaiuv to recoru our aeiioerate convic tion Uiat hi folldty and force rjf rhetoric this passage U, on the whole, tho finest Uilng the discussion ha produced. Irate editor w ho want touso expressive language vtould do well to take a lesson or two from this mailer. w TitKUpAVEsr oraiTEncofcnuiu-are thoso fellow who, according to Gen. Sher man, were cauuht near Fort llaya dUirulood oa Indians making a raid upon our white set tlers. These ruffians were caught In the art and thus the practice wa brought to light Now Uie quosilou 1 how many of Utese so called "Indian" band are composed ot white men? Sherman odt isea that no merer shall be shown to these murderous gangs, whether they have white or red skins, and be U about right But Lho white scoundrels should bo tha nrtt ana wo quicKestto saner, is mere not a key la thl little Incident to a good deal of our Indian trouble? 'ohae always said that Indian raids bare been fomented aud kept up by wblto men, acting in various capacities, and some- of thun, we are sorry to say, ocUng under the Government Itself, .Poor Amanda J4 Qraigi tho -'MadoV Whom Iba" devoted finrainio Mlovud a ho laved blrveajuL" la net after alL deatlnail tn tikb 1ft Chit 100,000 which the Llucegn court 'aWailAfl likr aa a ulu fn. liaa Inlnrnl O'aa. tlons. Judee Walker, of Uie Supreme Court of Illinois, ha rtversed the decUtrAi, ou tho ground Uiat In tho first trial the court did not aDow the evidence1 to go far enough. Poor AjnAodo. The Unos of her life lute fallen In barren piace. The bullion on band at tlj Bank nf Eng land ba Increased, heavily slnco the last re port, Tho return yesterday shows 400,000 pound sterling more tn thoiiult yesterday than, on last Tuesday THE NEWS BY CABLES. CI EAT B HIT A IS. ftiltDertafdla Frreftk lallrd HUtra-TU nralthefDUsrlt-Tts IttrlJr Mararrrrltla TUtlm'a nrlhrr-Co!lr Ezplsalsn-Ttit 0IW rsltsr ('sptltrs Aastkf r Tarht Itses-aThe Irl.h I, and Bill Ordrrt 4 to a Third Jtesnlsg. Los don, May 20. In the case of tha United States vs. Brakcly, for the possession of cer tain guns, shell and other ordnance, came up fordecbJ'wt to-day before Uie llolls Court, when Judgment was given In favor of tbo United State. Disraeli I again III, but It Is aald there I no reason for immediate apprehension. The name of Uio engineer who, with bis family, was raardcred In Uxbrtdgo, Is Mar shall. The supposed murderer, now under Arrest, U said to be hi brother, who was transported to Aa-tralla eighteen years ago through the cfforts.of deceased. A boiler exploded at tbo Kldsorote forgo In Staffordshire Uvday while the .men were at woric. rivo were Kiuea outrignt ana many were Injured. The Englishmen captured by Uio brigands near Gibraltar havo not yet been rescued. Tha party consisted of John BorclL, bis nephew and two domcsUc. A regatta for yachts of all nations will take place on tho 33d of Juno, frr the Prince of Wales prize cup. Tbo yachts are to start from Cowc atS o'clock In tha morning, sail to lho westward, pass through tho Needle to Portland, where they will round the Shamble and retnrn back of tbo Isle of Wight, and oulsldo of the light ship to Ilydo pier. The Irish land bill was reported from the committee, with Amendments, And after a discussion of somo of tho amendment tho re port wa agreed to, and lho bill was ordered to bo read a third Umo on Monday next Tho Announcement of Uie result wo received wlUi loud cheers. rHA5CE. rrosnrrtl CoIHl77th Cr Lr. LI at If. Paris, May 26. In Uie Corps Legtalatlf to morrow an Interpellation will bo submitted td the Government on the cause of the disso lution of tho plebiscitary committee. The ministerial Journals express the fear Uiat Uie question may result In tbocoallUon of Uie right and left wing of Uio Corp LcgU latlf against tho mlnlstery. It is announced that on this occasion uio left will declare ttseU a a constitutional party, and signify Its willingness to accept power under tho Empire If It Is permitted to carry out It programme. Heard Is Uio leader In this mot ement, and villi be chief of Uio party, which U to bo called tho Constitutional Left rOBTCOAL. t (aklart Searlf CsasUted--Prosper Is for Trsn- Vim j. Lisbon, May 30. The Duke of Balds nh has nearly completed a new cabinet, which now stands a followti President of tho Coun cil and Minister of War, Saldanha; Interior, Sampoyo; Finance, Ferrleret Justice, Acoata; Marine, Torre; rubue Work, I'omcne. The capital and country remain jcrfecUy tranquil. And, with the formaUon of a strong government promises to remain so. Far.!, May M Special dispatches Jroui Lisbon report that'on Tuesday last tv group of persons passed through the street crying, "Long live the Iberian Union I" T1IX lUPTIgT U0IE JIISSI0' AOtlBTT. Ibjhtscath Aaal verssrj ret Itloa t CHrrst AsbbI the Ihsrtsr r tk Hatlossl Tkeoleslrsl laitltat st WMklartoa. Pulladklpiiia. May 20 The cclebraUoa of tbo thirty-eighth anniversary of Uie Baptist Homo Mission Society occurred to-day at the Broad and Arch street church. After the reading of Uia annual report the delegates from the various counties set forth la short speeches the claltn ef Uia various field of mLulonory labor. Iter. O. A. Pandlcost of New York) iter. A E. Mathers, of Michigan) Rev. J. 8. Sihotte, of Germany, and Rev. Dr. Cheney, of California, were tho principal speakers. Iter. Mr Lcmmons, of NcwYurk, apoke for tho colored school of tho South, And In every State he desired to see college for tha education of persons to tue work 01 uie ministry. Tbo following resolution was adopted. Where la tha Mtmt of thla bodr, Urclr ip- auatlna Lha Hantlat danomlnalion of th Unllad raUn( tba Haptlat danomli h.afaa t. la ailramalf daalrabla liataa. It to eitremaly dealrabla to bar th work of naauna aowraa oapuaa pi anu aara anu , -ra rlad on thronah tha Money of th Horn Mlaalon bo Cteiy 1 uaroiora LaUon now In aa ul operation belna eapable of uaa ail Vie naoaaaiH-a o a napHOUfwnuai- W0XAIT8 flirKRAOE. inotkrr Csavratlsa Tk Ksat Fsrrs and U Ksms KtiT Chicaoo. May 26. The Northwestern Woman' Suffrage Association has been In scflflonhcraanday. Speeches were mado by uues 11. Bicbbius, of Detroit, Mrs, Rebecca Mott, of Chicago, Ml Anthony, Miss PeckhAin, Mis BaBou, Judge Walte, and oUisr. A conaUtuUon waa presenieu Ana aaopica. ArcAoluUonwa alo Adopted declaring that Uie convenUonwa In favor of an amendment to the ConsUtuUon of Uie United States do- clorlng lho equal right of woman to exercise tha clecUve franchise on equal terms w Itb oil other citizens. AlMBrtaat I'fal D-rlalsa-BaalaeanCuUma t W KeapM, New York, May 20. Judge Daly, In the Court of Common Picas to-day,dccldcd, In the case of Baker against Lockwood to recover the difference between fl.89 and 11.33 on Uie purchase of gold during Um lost September panic, and which the defendant refused to accept on the ground of non-dclUcry within a specified time, that Uie rule adopted by lho merchant and banker at that Ume must be respected, and settlement made on tbo basl of tl.85. Tho Amount Invohed Is only 17,000, but Uio decision settle a largo number of pending contract. Mrgtal UrctUn. Richmond, May 20 The municipal elec tion baa resulted In the choice of II. K. EUy son aa Mayor, and tho wholo Conscnatho city ticket by a handsome majority. Tbo ConscrvaUvo are marching around lu a pouring rain to tho different newspaper office cheering for their success. In Norfolk It 1 estimated tbo Cuuserva tUoshate carrlod tho city by fifty majority. TnsMrthodtiitChsrth KeiTn. MEuruia, May 26. The Methodist Episco pal Conference, after transacting a large amount of butlness, adjourned tin die to day. Just before adjourn lug, m-nop Auartw delUcrodahl farewell address, as, owing to UW extrcmo age, It wo not probable Uiat bo would ot or meet them again. Dflr Doihl Kltl. New York, May 26, Fronds Hope, an old nuui, hung himself ln a barn at Liberty Cor ners, New Jersey, on Tuesday night. Ycster cUy mornlng'alainiAmed Conkllng went Into the barn and stripped and hun blmsel( irom the same beam. A th it U'nAtiLiwM uace on Wednesdav Ot Louisville, JouAiacn won mo nuruio race of two miles. At the fifth hurdlo, Cleaner auimbled, but lho rider wn unhurt O'Mal - ley won Uw second race, for a purse of f'JOO, The races yesterday were for the Gait houso Btake, between nomia ana uorney niiuams, 1 ymnj, nnw u. - -,,-,,.., rt-. Tbo rata wa for lho InteruaUonal AtociiuuiKln?lbetra bUkv Nluo hope ouUnxl. IN0. 164. the pRtsnrriBua tnutui. Tfcflarnl AsesMyf ltUdflala. Spaelal OorTtopo-! af lb Rapnbllaan.1 PSULAbXLraf 1. P. . Mar U lio The proceedings of the. Assembly on the mini nay 01 its session wore generally of n formal character Jit rocehlng reports, nj Ioinllng,commUtee and eorrectlnff the roll. The Joint commlUne' report on rcconstrnc- tlon was made, and made the order of Uw day ior Jionaay. On Sabbath the various pulnlt of Uie dir. of All denomlnaUons, nearly, were occm&ed by tho delegates, a concentration ol fnitplt force and learning seldom exhibited ta the same city at 000 Ume. On Monday Uta first part of tha reconstruction report, rcJVrrlng to uio bounuAric 01 synods va taken m and considered seriatim. The filing ot new line Aral lho brcaking vp of old one, in many rase dhldlnjr old roods And tcorina; andr old nuaoetatleas, wouia ncccsaamy icaa to much debatrt but the Assembly wisely confined the speeches to fire minute each, that, no doabt, spoiling many a fine speech which had been carefuOr prepared. The un patience In hearing speeclr wa shown ta not alkrwtng any one to go be yond the fire-minute limit The committee' report a to synods and their geographical limit wa subsianuaiiy adopted. The new synod of dmiruon, recommended, wasstricken out, and the presbyteries added to tiiatet Philadelphia. Tlio District of Columbia. with Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia cast of the Allegheny mountain constitute t!w synod 01 BolUmore. To-day that part of the report which refers to presbyteries waa taken up. The first seven Article of tho report except lho fourth, were Adopted. But when the committee plan of construcUng tbo presbyteries, and acUog on It at tho present AscmMr, waa read. Dr. Spear, of Brooklyn, Now Yorjc, ofTorcd en Amend ment to remit this whole subject to the ynods. He raodo a ipocch, in which be maintained that tho Assembly had no author lty to consUtnto presbyteries j that this an thorlty wa Tested In the synods. This was the key-note for thoso tn Uie Assembly who are over Jealous of Uia power of the Assembly, Dr. Masgravo maintained thAt tho Assembly had tbo power, And thAt It had exercised U time and again. A strong party ranged tUotni scire on the sldo ol thl view. The debate wa participated tn by a largo number tne nro-minute rule being enforced. Many were no doubt deterred from speaking by another rulo which I enforced. Erery speaker ha to go forward on tbo moderator's platform before he U allowed to make any remarks. Tho debate continued all day until Just before lho close of Uio afternoon session. Dr. Spear agreed to striko out of hi annul ment the word which denied Uio authority of Uie assembly, And Agreed to put It oa the ground of crpcdifitfy. Hi amendment w then agreed to, and all that part of Uio com mittee' report which refers to Uio presbyte tlal bounds was stricken cmt Tho amendment ot Dr. Spear provide for Uie meeting of the synod to arrange their preabyterlc before the 1st of September proximo. Thl action, of necessity, act aside tne overture 01 tne Presbytery of thaPotaan and the Trc-bjlcry of tho District of Columbia to be united a one presbytery, and to be per mitted to- meet and organize on the second Tuesday of Juno. These nuptials will now bo postponed UU After lho mecUng of Lho Synod of Baltimore, though a strong effort will bo mode to have; tMiyr-M'Ace- within lx vt eck. The debate to-day was carried on with great spirit And oarcstness, but without any acrimony, iwo speaker injuaiuotuuy referred to 1837, And came very nearly being biased down. A committee of four have cone to St Louis to bear Uie action of thl Assembly to lho General Assembly nf Uio Southern Church, now In session there. Grcit laleresf Ii felt In their mission. If the overture, of reunion! lAtorauy received by that body u win create great rejoicing everywhere. Tbo re-tuxUing of tho Churches of lho North and the South will do mora toward healing the breach be tween tho two set Uona than eon rightly be es timated. More Anon. (UyTe1eiTeph.t Philadelphia, May 3a In the Prcnbtto- rlau General Assembly Ihl morning, Uie con sideration ot tho roconstracUon report was continued. The Items prov tdlng thAt the ratio of representation to ayuod and tho assembly should be altered aa aa to bring members In tho assembly within duo limit and secure equal right to all parts of Uia Charch, were considered at great length. The Hem as reported by tho committee recommend that no change In tho Presbyte ries representation bo proposed at present. kul only a change In the raUo and-Zorra, of representAUon. This change would provide ior ono comniuuuoner, minister, or an elder from each Presbytery baring twenty bcr. Tho three Items bearing upon Uia subject were so amended that not only 1 Prcsbytcrlol representation left unchanged, but no change 1 recommended In raUon ot representation. Tbo whole matter I left A ordered by chap ter 12, section 2, of Uie form of government, Tha three Item cra adopted a Amended. Tbo qucstlou of appeals to tho General As sembly was discussed. The committee recoct mended that all complaint and references terminate at the synod, except In question of coiuUtnUonal Uw or tbo trial of a minister for heresy. This Item was adopted a reported, wlUi Uie addition of the words "except where parties agree to trial by commission." Seve ral unimportant Item ot Uio report were adopted without discussion. The afternoon session of tho assembly wa shnply for tho admlnlstrauon of the com munion and other devotional exercUoo. Philadelphia, May 26. This evening Uie First Presbyterian thurch wa well filled npon Uio occasion of the reception of foreign dele gates. Tba modoralor 01 tue oAnembiy oecu phd the chair, Tbo proceedings were opened witu prayer "j vi. " ai-wtTr, vi New torn. . ... The following gentlemen were recched by ilm moderator! Rev. Dai Id Intlls and Rev, Tho. Lowry, of tha Synod of Uio Canada 1 rc U VIC nan iuuxui,uu iwi.fimu caiujuuu, D. D.. and Rer. John McLcod, D. D., ot the Synod of tho United Presbyterian Charch of Great Britain ana ireiana. Latret Telraraphlc Drevltlra Tb Infernal rno raaalpto lot th firat dUtrtot of LoalaUoafromlbtUt to tb ilh of May, taelnalre, U,wi etatoma roalpts for th aaat partod. 9 AW. K Ex of auatotn orr thf ootToapondln period laat rr, 131,00. Tli Atlnteo.of Brooklyn, oaattbs Paatlm " ball Club, of IlalUmor, Mtrdy, TA to A Th Uta elanaU Red Btockla boat th Dutoas St Dayton, Ohio, 104 to 9. . Tb book! of John a Mareb, uoOaotor of WeaU fialdtownablp,N.J4ahwdeAotlof $11 AM, In tho judicial alaettoa at Hamphla yaatarday tha DemooraU ticket waa letd or lb foatoa Uahat by a amall matorlty Tha hnat raoa btwa tha Qoakar City dab, of rbllad-IphU, and th midshipman of th flryt cAaa com on at AonpoU4MMiy a--op. m. In tn annual inoooaan uoaranuon 01 ta innamai Kniaoonai unnron. at uuuaon, rwuraui wt ano aiiion to amend arttoia alnaof th omatUatla.riaklna Lhto tor member, was kat. At tbraa afcl Th PiachstefrtaUct( M rht PorVaa Prlnoa, arrirodU Haw York laat niyht. alia to nlnntbanaaad loon, aU bandrod bona Dower. and mouaUIlf AxhtaMi to-ntAMlvaonlaer andn-ahnndreaatai). AdAlrlLIa,a(tlrraion aary, enm a paagor. Tin latest itew from YanceyilUu, V C , where Bute Senator Steven wa murdered laat Boturdar, sUll leave tha matter envel 1 m-ou m wiwu, ."" ,'"" .nwnftlltlral perpetrftUon of tha tragedy uror tony ponural 1 party U counancf oidy by tho wkjinB oped in mystery. uo aiwui ""rrjnr.i lKilillc.1 crllM out of Uw Htlr eM mcUiifou thoUM lu.unLd- 1 1 tnahe pon 1 Tba cltlien 1 ucraU u OI tun piniv - 1 - - ALItllDBIA AFFaIMJ Th AUiBudri Feat OMr !, We mentioned yesterday the eejxurt of lho post office at Alexandria and tho Arrest of tho ptMtnAUr of that city. No ofBcUl in form A- uuu 1 araiisiif. but we believe a corrert statement of the f.eu b m follows About ffSOO'ctock on Monday morning last Special Agent Fry Proceeded from this cltr to the post office At Alexandria and arrested Mr. Wm. D. Masser, the postmaster, and took charge of the oflleo And It contents, the as sistant ttlU, dlKhsrgtng tbelr duties under hint, and tb routine Of uio office mnUnnlug a usail. No outsider woulj hsvo known of any change bad occurred. Ho at fnce In stituted a rigid and scrutinizing examlnaUon of the office and It content, requiring state ment lnTefereoco to each matter a be thought 'proper front the employee In the office and About Uio building. This examlna Uon I tut in profTu, but u carried on xery quietly, v . ImnitTlateIw,ipon' hi srrfvat Mr. Fry pisriiiQrvjttmaateundVr arrest and that SF'1,V?!ltn promrUj gav brmd In T3,0lJO,with Ir. J-T. Mltehcriaaseearttr, to pperwlcn wUed npon and answer nvti charge a mlght be prelarrcd against him. llnntM In and about thn rwatl-nrtln. and nn Tnearlay nlaht oitppoarfdln bl- Kit at the CRT Council ahd trtrtk nart In trm ilrhntM nf Uiat body, . We bar no direct Information a to the specific charge AgAlnst Mr. Masser, but there seem to be litUe doubt that tbey concern! 1 AnallcgaUon mat during the war a num ber of letter, which came to Alexandil: for soldier In regiment which bad moved off from that DArL were. dMlrnvnrl tnaLnaA nf h-h, Ing tent to the dead-letter office. 3. AnallcgaUon that valuable letters, which passed through Um Alexandria txwtWTIe iwrson Ln Warrenton, Va., never rewhed their dcsUoAUon. h s. AUccAUons that the postmaster asm -sotno of hmAiwUtAntsvcglcclcd bulees and were irequenuy lotoxicated. An Investigation of the charge will take place before United State Commissioner George C Round, at Alexandria, to-day. ror tne past year acre nave neen patent political lnflnerirc at work to secure tho re- marat 01 jar. Jtassey iron, nu poniuou, to arlilflh I.- waa nn,.lij In lh.lt llUtl t. President Llneoln. -and hi friend allure that Uiefecharees?rawimt of this movement to secure hi rcwovaU IncenaccUea with the above we ho re ceived tke following communication from a respected dUzcn ot Alexandria. AuxroBU,v.MrHi. f (A lMUr tftU Aefieaef XovaaHtwaj I am oar ro wUI allow me apaoa In your onlamna I rroet Lha atatamesta nobUahaf. thla aailu. la rata tlon to the poatmaatar at Alaiandrtai . It to tree that tba Atofandrtapnal offlMtourwl eharc of HlotaJa detailed for that perpoee. by tha Poit oflAo D-partaaoat, and Ibat the pnatmaatar there la hald td ana-raw ihuna ni hla aiiialnlatiailiai tJ L oeabolrtlnottrnethatoltbrbor htochtof ctorh "were aanykt m th net of openlna totter tn traamt through bto omo n Mr Masser' friend here are confident that nothing will be shown, by the Inrestlga Uon now In progress, affecting hi Integrity W. F. U. Tho QaMett ot yesterday evening bu Uie fol lowing lnrelaUon to the post office mattert Rumor hare prevailed for some dara ttls- Ure to tbo post office Ln this place. We have not noUced them because we have and could obtain no reliable Information a to their cor rectness. A these rumors ara relerrea to In Uio Washington and iUULmore papers, It would be proper to wall until an authentic statement ot tbo matter Is authorized. In tho meantlma It 1 staled mere 1 much exATveratlnn In muv of the rumors afloat The foUowtng hi an ex tract from the Richmond Stats Journal In relaUon to the subject; "We toern thai to Atoiandrto poat omaa, owl of to aa luaaaliilli In In iila. fmailu liuuiaai Bl Waabtoytoa, bean token In chirre bJCapLaTn. John Pry. the af&olent apaelal ayaot. ta aBfalra wUI b U. auf aa nn, in u n-uuaw im poeunaatar ad of hla emptor bar bee napandod.' The some paper bo the following Items 1 The colored tieortlaaf llirt eltw ar.l fa white icwlo celebrated the raUflcsilan of tlie flftcenlh amendment ta the ConsUtutlou and raUfiad the nomination of th Radical mtmU dpol dectlon Ucket last night by a procession through tho principal street, headed by a band of music, and sneeche at the Court-hntia-L The rrwaker on the occasion were Dr. Thomas, iiun.voun vewona, rrancis Jiiiucr, lion. Lewi McKcnzle, W. N. Berkley. John Hawxnum, tvk u colored students of Howard University, homed Blonahan and tllner, and Iter. George 1 aracr, cotorro. A UTTUs aoi of Mr. James Btrlder. whtbi playing on tho top ot the f relght ear on tho awivca mnw tn tn wuuvu yaaneraay, leu ne twoen two 01 lucm, atnainr ni cum on me bumper ln hla descent Jte wo rendered senseles for somcUme, and wa taken hotna ttt that eondltloa, wU aa ..w.i. nees aftenrardn, and Ihl morning wa rapidly Improving. Poor eat v Saleji. Groen Ac Wine, land agents, sold on Monday the "Fairbanks farm,1 located about ono mile ant a hall northwest from Hcrndon-sUUoa, In ioudoun county, containing 80)4 Acre of land with Terr good lmprorement- fine orchards, Jfcc, to Mr. James Graham, of Newport England, f 2,400. Mr. Graham LAoded At New OrleAns, And ha traveled through most of uielVestern State In search of a home, but could not find a suitable placo until ba reached Old Virginia. He 1 Uia pioneer for a number who are look ing ln this direction to sclUe, Bock, Knox A Kerby, real estate agents, In thl city on Saturday last sold, for Mr. It R. Bowline; of lnrlnco George county, ML, a farm of 00 acre, well iniprored. to Mr. John Sinclair, of Brooklyn, N. Y. for $7,600; also, the same firm sold on tho loth Inatant a loa on Columbus street the property of Wm. P. Dennis, to the German Co-ojcraUre Building AssoclaUon of this city, for f 1,500 cosh. TeUsraakle Rammarr Br Tnk nt'ENiNO of the shin Sunbeam, at Valparaiso, six person were burned to death. Tub TEAbtVHrp Columbia has arrived at Havana. Spanish Teasel ore watchlnir the Cuban coast closely to Intercept fiUlbuiters. Prop. N. N. Nile, of Trinltr Colleire. Hartford. ConnecUcnt ba been elected blahun of the ProtestAnt EpUcopAl diocese of New iiamptnire, in tue piaoa 01 me iato JHsnoit Chose. TnK Elf pekOR of Brazil had ovtcned tha session of the Chamber with a speech, a uiuiu ado Mpwicu rcicrvutw tu uio onton- apauoa 01 autve wo emitted, mucn to tno surprise of everybody. Kino William, of Prussia, formally closed the session of tho Rclchstac rcstcrdav. In hi speech he enumerated the bill nassod dnr- Lbx the M session of that body. He anUcl paied tho happiest result from these law, which would go A long way toward anaaHna; foreign people that coufoderaUon develop na tkinal strength, and 1 A powerful Agent for mo preservation not tho Insecurity of uc- TCTnni peace. TIt mi arriT&l of tha'Alnaka wa hrrn ul. vice from the Dartcn suircylngcxpedllion to Mar to. tuo worn, ut urvcj uau proirrcawxi t elre mile Inland from the bay of San Bias, at which distance Uie first mountain spur proper were reached, the highest elevation reached being 113 feet Tho progress of Uio server wa Impeded br heavy rain which s welled Uie stream to torrent. The weather wa xceivi bot aunng me daytime. Tbo work of surveying Uie bar ot Ban Bio was trogrcsslng rapidly, and ft was believed would b completed by tho time Uie expedition wa ready to sail for home. Col. Caasbt, of General Sherman staff, arrived at Fort llayee, from Uie Indutn Terri tory on Wednesday, and report uiat the Northern Indian novo had runner down, asking the Cheyenne, Arapahoe, Kiowa, aod Comanche to Join In A general war. Tba Arapahoe And Bull Bears bond of Chey enne, of Fort Aubry. And the Kiowa and Comanche were holding medicine west of Fort 81IL The Indians ara not planting any com thl year, though Uie Indian agent bt Eeltlng tn a small crop fur them, both at Fort Dl and North Canadian. It i stated on good Authority that a vrs rant wo Issued on Wednesday for Uie arrest of Maxwell P. Gaddl on Uie charge of con spiring with CoL T. It Roberta and J. A, Ebcrbart ot Cincinnati, ta defraud the Gov ernment of revenue. Tbo warrants I the bAsUof An offldAvltinodo by Richard Kotv who wo chief clerk of Gaddl while the Utter was assessor 01 ma ow-unu tmu uiatnct. The St Louis iuoftrait, curtailed in size, amtaar-.! Tflaterdor uornlnz. A temporary atructuro will bo built on the old site, but a permanent building, Imposing ln size And ap pearance, will bo erected further up town as loon a Uie proper JocaUoh can ba oecu red. JrjrjOR Richard Stockton field died of hi residence In Princeton, N. !., Wednesday evening. i Soap HoAEiBLR Rumor. It Is rumored that Uio Janitor of a New York rlty ho-pltal, weekly ell from teren to nine buret of ha UAnfieah In JrAgmeuU, remnonUof thedU locUng Ubleo, to the op-fei man. Tho flnei SdaaUottlollct op are made there from If if rumor 00 uciwtwj. A llANPSOMH AmOATMERTOF Scorfs, Bows, Tics, Aa, Areuowiglsyl.janc))i Ko. HOSevo&tbilrtct, N. f. qio OOMTBiOTOl. JUOOEH. PLUMBKE3. I w. uUioriMd to a UM PATENT DSAUt AND BKWZB PIPR rAOTOftT. MlCUMl.l(Uf.fMll CtM.D.0. lulnlUV BUlLDiaQ. MAOniDKHT, u LARUE stock or rim bxdy roa diutekt. IMXEDIATK POSUSaiOM OIVNl ThU U th, bl nAmnmm& Ap. win I.Jtl4 iwlv'