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" "WASHINGTON CITY, D. 0., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER II, 1872. NO. 13. AUCTIONSALES. rttm&yi. ATTs Ml 1,Y 4c WIIKKLKII.Aiei'n, -- wnwiwTn Dmiwm,Diiiia eurasr WflRBMHm . f a-aloaabie part of the dtr -nereteeeeawumbranMof tAon eaehhoa-e. running nre t eare, wit InUreal si 10 per cent. ,er nnym,rrUwlUi,nvJlr, to be imiimI by lb purcbM-r, and the beUerenf Um panba-e money mu-t he peid In fAab, within oaa week after drll-d MiTTlKBiLT iVilittKldAS BYdHKKN Wll.l.lAMH, Aarll.aa Mft loot, ooruunat turner Trnth toil l .tmt. &&&& ( ana' by ", to tha. MjUun t4 lb rrtT Ur0r aeiurBd, tbue sokm, la noiitof the rrern. Seat Udder, on TUESDAY, the r3fi feet, thanee annnrt jori wWHa, 4 a, aawt Mtor ibi mmiv t aia. ti Wbfaa moatl Mawia rd ay k daad of trnat oi tssuca 3nrarao".,i inrr TSiV.7l'l,, ta thartaa -ua """TAiIffiTiBr w viftwrn. J..-!B?rTEte BT ITI HKK ACtlCAHV, , -'" t-.-.- i a. i HUr ANIIXQATLi-irl Tiy0-T0P DU0OT AT ..ooaATUimirKoi '""t. Kusri'jt'n F?Vjln"lMa"U4 madaU Uia boat oia&Dcr, and t""" ,, , LATlUa k CLKAJIT, " law nuriii js; VLATIMKR b C'LKAKY, AactlottMn aad lUal Eatata Jlrokfr. lUtwaat ecrnf r Pm.fi, araritw and EiavvDla atrrct. nurumoa uaudlua Iftt)1' . JTCESDAY, Um ITUt loMant, at tl ii ircl.!'jritfotba.prin'iwii',ir,bu ".to ;ay;irara"i,""?wv.wa;1 j anil aa.vait.ail : owa, Ufara aad Caitra of Um aama at l& nl rj KaaTW aaaa, t aaaa 'TaaahTk Aahii f anajla. 'Awl (! tiwila. .-siiitei'iTCSSl ah i..ten.t " IrnuMah. TOiUUlTdLEARY. dacll-dU Ancttopaata. V (1KRRN Ac WILL1AMM. AnftlaaMrrat 1001, bottbwaat aoraar of TaaUi and t) atrtwta. ORAND WjOTVCJJSfo""! Or TOT". ndtooUi. I.. " vi. a. aa nt,, um a lUfmcca p. intil tha aiarh ' a dipoail V3 , H."" V f a I1.H al tent data) .rnir "Willi, all nmura Ini nfi wiwi la. wHh Wiiim.l roof .! . Mat an fii thu. - ta Kba ak. ' . .. v ' a uniHv wvaa m r U. tnrrenTof lot 4? bainrrTntDta tbareuu. r eftvcb avMLinr ?&..n.?.l.!r-rf.a!ll lilaavaoiia. lirt wortU r Tarr daalra&W fo) a. I Uiia rara lmporutlon. f'riMi CmS. for mim Um Um lua al abora ' t amount UirMmonUvtrrhtiL with appro! iu- duraraT nuirt. en a hiij lAMn, 1Y UtTIMUR As n.RAnV JL J AacikmMra and Hl EataU Urokfra, . IhrnuwaataortMrraniMrlvutU in., and Lleteula alraot. Star ftloa UoUdlac 8rF4'IAL (tATK or ,.Vi43'KnRi,'5iJSn5!BJK5: .ir t (nii ii.tirutrivt. I. Tllltrf-PI ln ftartnil mil $ W.tt5Jili- .. ..... loir at 10 o'c.ort n fruDt of our A anion KfMtna, wa ahtvU bold m apeclal Bala vt tha . uvKHPiT.inarKB inauat. HmmtMto. 1)Y XaATlHKU ate TI.KAnV. I . AacUotMara and Heal LaUta Ttrokrra, Dvuuwnt parpai pffiffflf SOUTHWEST PPi ftr vlrtoa of a d f 1 liii ft lirTuvHVi AHD BIXTu STBKET8 , derreeof the Aunrama Court .or UMptstrtrt of (Gambia, iaaed la cuanorrjr oaaa No. tm. aq doc. 11,1 will, on BAT UK. ', tba loth day of NajW, V on the pram. ato'olonkp.n..offeriAr aaU at PsbUe auo tijiDmviasiwava( iBr-aaDnerr ljito'cktp1m.1offr fur aa! li nt LuU T. a, an and ll, Iu Square s Ijots aeven and elabt bate beei pa lota, each bavtiw a frvnt of twa 'anhltlrlilaaf inlyi rtrLjf n frvnt of twantr f art ou soulb. j auMlvlded frotttnf Iwantv it on aonlb 1 t. bt4wtx-s rourndi-ha) and a "in-iae. am . Theremain.nTloliMafrontof forty feetonaoalh ?. ina tn a ILtad aHa.r anil ara Ma tanaaa ' - VV a.i ia waj ivaaavi awv -inn., aiau mill uava . 1 wi Ikat width las Tree Ininee to live tame aJleV. MwMetsaaaBV(twoatiwata,andrnitsUck . r. ifl. daed slven on the flnidntinoktion of sale. Oonvey ancirwat inifcn-aer'aeoia. A dfpoail of aH re aachloA ou day of sale uuvu leurutej Aiwtidjneera. mlAJL.tt!i"i.I2SPBIii' lMONDA uacUds ltlUMA k QtmtSVkmt. i a . i Ti i I OON8KO UCNCK OV TUE INCLEMKMCY eatharthe above aalae are lwetpuned UBU I Mjwyr , jflij, mvtXMt ts4aia I i I 1 iJa1tdyBl rIXflUk.U hCLEABY.AucUa. BY dUlTI.U.U As CLEUV, Aucuonaara and Heal KataU nm.m. bvuthwest oomer of Philih aiid Elevaiith street. and riawiilinil avenwe ma and one yet of tiariMas, late the lud oue set of UariMas, late the property U'lma, aeceeaau. lertne CsilioutleH Safaaiusai LCOCintAJf. iwAKDH. a lvrotUe. rri arY I ,, 'JiawMW mKWlMeHaTv-T) if f IS Real KsuO IhVdiar and Auctioneer, s a. ate oermu aaee. iqipoeeaF rMh uraoe. TRUfl' under and by vinue off aa order peaaed In a udlntr )n the Vjrcoll Cenrt IJT rrlaoa Ue Ul laafina-t'naa JUauodrlta .emty-slfU.ecreB. aaoreer i in a oeo4 nvm J&3$&f? JUL ft4 and nwh-tm J 'jsuiaisfsix&alS'sssS, the net h fM yei wbole tp bear .nUraahl r iivni wie qar.aa awe. ui IM M y aaie. anq w n of the purebaaef, whb itroatee: or tba whole lanauil or ui wm aaan at Lhama'iial iVer aoH'ur at theeoat nf Ihe puis at um oi-vxju oi or tne u iULR. ti 1 JY laATUUIU A3 CXKAUY. J Anctkaaeeteand Ueel Eatate Brokers. Corner of WuMrlf ania svenueandElavsaUi street. oMlMlWSim nJL at II ai aJaank at aratat ann ht raoprnTT lauuurA 171. are will aoeUou rotana, aouUiwaat IITPW Ol rWUall rtaUt IlinUltltll (.1llaU auwa. M f oUowtnjr artUeein tjmal Wawij"te, 1 aurotd leeoone atrau.1 niaiine Klaaa. 4 Dock at ootnpaai-M. T!."iirT-"irr.-"-. .ti:'..t jiv IW email e4rai,.7S foo4loiTt.-B,4foot eitloifnl-h-era, 111 f nc4 Aeuie abadae. firing torbea.t flyluej e.Unxnlabera, m tjtn lane ahades, wa) wind khedea, St eoitper fuaitela, tot la no aocketa, Sal wormers,IM bei Bora, 11 la nee hea a:k.kttelatrrapb fra,4airual not UaTeniacka, 7 pairs jJifra,! palraerla leadAU tri-rrjnliilaToraUflra,l lu iiuarniBiuia, ii, wiuii nnw i BBunDere, tool a ISpiKll LATIMER A. C 1) Y (HIKES A, I M.I AM t, Anetlenrrr, Mo, luluoribweatcorir lenlhaDatreels. laUIM. 11a. 1I.1.UJ19. ARCIIlBrrna 1 XJ I T ! 7, Hy vlrtoa of a deed of miet to nie, daUil IS. J, sod duly requrdydlf Liber Nu JTit. f of tit laud rtwrrda of i MhliMWl. D C , laud rwtirds of MliuWWu, D C,l will m fttjuimw mtMr. ,"'.14 01 k i iliiiaiuuir ii ibirsiTflaiiuar I net, mora ritee. il.r tl .ii d daiUers tlet.iit un Batt) lance Of bid .ri..-. at Ui.-tOiUH V" and runntna-hafik with that width ItdfaatS to a Safout aUar. and ara all iiimnro-a.L fjotatwentr and twenlr -one have been Into four lota. Utraaaat titan EiAvlnar a feat Hlitl faat Sn-mai une iniro or tne pnrenaee money in raan. V7 uro" m2V. OTnllweonrTwu,1- the raaidae. la AhMe eiiiial UuUllmaiita, at re-1 Uie (kmrriandaot of the Tetw r pectirefr tftu tWre, aad t4aktea montU f ro f wle, wllli Interest at ten per oautiun per annum, drp'ltd at the time of adjudication, end Ine veeael aecund by the purcnaaer a note and dad of truat wu-t be retnoveil fnen the Navy Vara wttbla two l UlJ ahnla it. aa.h al tha ,n av I. a aaa A. Hh I T1I rr(MT th lls nf aalat. kVa"0 BMAj&ttP M0IU";- On MATUabAT, Dewpba7ji si tl o'el'wk d9V-- to., in, (be uidarelgaed Vflf sal? at public JVrvJaartMn, la trout of the aonttoo rotatna of DlaV XJUtOm DOlaOUir. Uorae.ose fliunrv. U Alarm, ai ivunii, wiuna w auuinj, iwiiili wn.nui auuiuw mot trf Ihe pnBaivaAlA eaid etde twaaiUinad. at to o'eloek it. n . eell slT thai ttaot of land IrltW eud taliur lu Mauvfalt a AWMaLi iaf daalrl nmiilr. k-aJ tha luukraerntvea Of raaa rttr to CreiMe with the M uteMarBwai oT read 1 ferry Wilrw-wMartbor tne pirne wYoor H rtvUe," BeJvSnwpbn bur one ltatvtr-4 ad ? tJt? n wrw"1."!!. corded laihe Lead Beoorn of a Ttteee Ian IpBre eUeflr 1 tbe aiin-tevA rbaleof U anddkitiMAa'aaaall.A AH milea. They ere claim or tlUaurUi rotni. BeeurUy to beapiwoved br Um Um purohaaer. Upovey tUMaer. w Urs, 1 fclr sUmbre.lboidraw Itldi lll-H UIUV4I- 1 ..-.! uiaaa arinui, V !' afaa.1. a, I UU Ulirill'U IU 1 Pi-rtur watrou. ruowr ouceta.aatovre, ore ' iheir eollcltor (stVwTKTt. It U ord uilltM telewTaiti wlra.ln cartiidae l"Ote,lj Mp Vllllam P. EUitit-MrLnwie La miua, Haaouel I, 1-juchea, platol potiehae, f "Sfaalnee. 1 omaiii i Pbi Ipa, WlUlatu lUjLNjlaHin, IL U iiaber.U O. Ulrd. iU-J. 1 UUery uata,tstivMiiflXturea, i ' K arrtaoaeidTOtiiaBjiMt srdt of Ctiret. Hi yards Of t-noeUatUnir.ialnawa. mudT L. llaiublaiou, Jr. oaiiae their aptaaranoelo lprftiej,,maaonB hygrinajars.lalove Terms be entered herein oa or before the ttrat mla-deyoo. Vail 1 IkafrB. iY I.ATIIfrit A, 'cT.feAIlt J) . Aurti'BM-l'tBud Beal Katef Brokers, vuuniwniiwiiTriniii pw aiiu Hraui aucci. I UlUCIJl'IHt aehaa, wttb a OmyMk of 1M f ft 11 lothnn, tn a pnblie Uf , ( feft wl J ani aratb! f Mm K ar4l by a (liar 11 rutl villi 1 nil imbUhIiw 1 ui ftr mors Of Jwm. Thlalot la altnaUJ hi tha ira PVJI1 tlcloHjr of BooU eoara atkl Um Artliiffton Trrnta nf aUt Una thirt nwiti: tha fM.dua In Miul liiatajlminila at al ati.l taralva nintittia. aslth In lorawl rram Ut dar of ala, aac-Afad brUianotM of tba purctiiimr, or alloaah. at tk optlnnuf thapnr eaaaar llpnn th paroMW( ttaawbcila fram mcmer.wthtaalutmwtMd tbanaalrmtlRcatloaof tba aU br tha court, (aad. not liaforr,) I will aonra j Uia Mid r. rvtau (o ta prchar la ff ilmuK All eouT'araMlrur at Uiaeuat of Um purebwar If tbatarma ara not mmpliad wuh In aadariUi IniHtM rwa-TT! lha rttrat m raaclt at tharia aaj ooat of tha drfanftfrjr jmifThar m f Jajr BoHiia, r-TITF AftOVK MpWiIha loth placA. .Ujrordr AOVKHALK tl tfirONED vtmt. tn iwnninr, m.j, wni lltnir BT linRRN JU WIIXtXMH. Aartlaa-rr-, No. KM oorthwaat ooraar Tenth1 and, t atncla. or nuir.DiNGrt. irrftArt rx ! AMSSSP?, 1LAKLMJ lUCDISU, o., I3 atrtt amH.iwuaL all tha rlarht. ih 1 iW)i nai tut ani au uia ouuo. m!iiiin - i mawQina, mi circular aaw.ODa mnrt inmavi !. uuti mini cwi, ptiinn ing i II mouth, with lntrrt. atarnHh.1 Kv a ilaad aT li on th roirtr aold. ibia JftqpdrM d iiara down whan Hi rniartr In alrack off All akiVrajaalnr a4 purchaaar a onat. If tha t rma of aala ara not oom plle. 1th wlUnn tv ttajra f rutu Uia rty U aabs Um f niatnt rnaarraa Uia rlnht to raaiU tha mparijr al aaav iiaa aaaiaa caa i ui". uanairiaixijr hiri iftaaa BY aitl'F.N A: UlLLlAM,Ai-1ffifri., Ka luui, nortbwMl ooruar Tanth and I) aiila. (?Pll lit Irluanl' a linm JiiCourt of tba Ul-trlrt o paMd-d br tha Boprcn LwwwdTull at raM IJniiTll a 1 Inn. i toajri'iTdaw.oii MOVDAY.tna -wTlrlat J nVl.aiV n m.alllhal 11 day of o of jrTowmfln iba dlr of Ttnraviawti! let nf tilaiTiiliia- nMriiinW at Ih tanvtli waat cornar of Brid and Cotijrrwaa atroata; rnnnliuf thanr a M faaA on BrUira atnwtt tbanoa nortli aial ranUHwiiwnMaHjatifMhUiMa aaaton aooUi Una of a JO-f out allrr M lH V wrt Una of Con aTTaaa alranti thanr niUi tivaaulavUh waual lltia nf QSMr.WW,1 atm IM f nattabtvionlnr minnw.aauinniiiin uja am. PWlLHaMa mw 1H MM flaj w Tr-0 . Onaalttheaah.aadlaa faatanea la Ulrtr Maal avMithlr PartnauU. with, tntaraaa at um fl rait-Moaj O. ic-rtr aoTd lortha i".Vrha nKiur eioai paWin caan or bpop iLortar Uuia Ihaa i''ra'l' ftf lh un" ' ' HitareaL Adrpoalt MwUlbartqalfwdof t ha parchaMtr at Uiua of m pwrjvr"?r ij'J ,",yi' j ai ooai ot put- AHNuUx nacalrera. ttri If vrii.ittfti Ifitar,Oln Cour AucUoBrtin. I nV ntllTaTM a IVITT11MU. luita.u. u "-!- -. tihtbi - viui min ,i.. . ... -. rib two: "n, hit: IIO r ltvv.rli.oAf a d.lnf tmatlr Lii.irXawltJoirYfionrdfJIp Uhwr-.foit.5w. L7JtMof tha land racorda of Waabimrton, I a, oirum. I U, MoirtiL wa ' and br dlrartlKn of tha paHr filarial iNltfaiKtkrOi. fr "rMwoaMOf unat,nai, wn inter, and tba acurad br a dead of trout on tba rrmwrir. If tha lornta of sale ara not tiro piled wtUi . wttbln 1 daya after aala tba propertr will l resold allbe rUkaud tnnna of aala ara not onropUM witb . wfuun 1 daja eoatof thadeTan purensacr's nwt, hi IlE1 wmui uiautuaiui tloa purcbaaer. Csnrryaarliafl; WAlTNMt. Ixia tlY MTB3n0n0Kn.t Tnwleea. UUKkW k V. ILUA1I8. Alkta. SALEOr,TIIKtNITrn8TATK8TRAMflmP8 "UL'EJliaUll.''ANU-ALBOT ninDjrrWTMEiT)- DCBaUP O t )TWM-Tiew ABD RKfAia. S . Wabmiwiiw. worewlyr 11. let. , aiaCIIDTl. m uia u th?ft ? nf DeoBn.be?. lu - wl. "' lee BteaTeWp5hV"W"4ld Z"? nieawirement, ana tne united blew Bteatnalilp Albany." of xM una pieaaurrmnnt ----, -y u7 nw iueaaimTitn.,Bnl " iiamiv aimaiirir iuthibiiiib ma arrarniiien . TlM O?"! he veeeefa froi at Vav wtah Li adlK. he vaeBefa from aala at tar time, and ta t-niat nr I !!",."; "1-I '""r-w. 1 TUTIIV. Mirtint'liV ivIlinTIMrTllV litu-ritlvft A 'if""-" w, ' No.M,EieNynoekell Vreiterlfl ttav al al 1 . f)n motion ofthe plaintiff, by Mr It Rom Pnrrv, eo Poitur (sttoniejr,) It La urd-rad tKal the deendanUs f hvuiu mii.uuulii uir, niiuia kiu aiar, BBUKBIO MAY, IUmULIK UAV, m(tJABt I m I ll-" ii,unnui NAlitii; U.UAV.oauaeij on or liefora the Aral ndeday udxttrrtne forty daya after thla day, otherwlae tha ceuee wttl be pmveded 1th sa In case ot dsf ault, Trueeopr, feati R. J. UBiee, Clerk, Ac DylaT Witxuve, Aaelaiant Clerk. norfT-Wtw IH THE RCPREMR COURT OP TtlE DD TKtT or opLUMiitA.rrnsjD day u? ho lUUmlLClaotl ) i.. Xi Warm, ttiv Docket U. John NVairen. S ffimoUonnrthsplalntlfr,tty Vr RRo-ererrr.hto Hor, It Is orttRred that the defer, lajti. Jomb wW3e?l" 2p"tTytfto WenWnyl herein t,u or V"T" th nri,t ruwvday ooooinfT forty dare "HI ? w: otherwlae tbeoausa will lie proceeded wlta. aa In eaae at default, j By I-. r. rVn-mas, AsetaUnt Clerk ' noXHW fPHIS IHTOfllYxWlCB THAT Tilt 8lTJk KCRtDPItbaa atitMnad froea tbe Waprenie rvn, letters teeUvinetiteT . aetata ;tf tmealaAtaaaarai are nerebr waniaal to eslilhil Ll wllh taanniaWa.fi- trt Uta amhau-rltiaw lata ... hareof, SoUm aabaariber, uuur r of Utmeembeiesti they mar exdludad from all tenant of the l before the Sd oUierwlaa for ll sal 1 eatate, j. i'.iii7-;-rrn:"a.-j r-rr- law be (in UM darMV. TN TDK fiUPRTUE COCItT OT TUK Dlt- mSsiiiprC'Uil " "XJ ur as, w i Urdered, TrijOl aalee madtr abd ttril day re ported ey Seii, OTlaOv-Jor and IteaTnaiil Eetidall, truafeea. for th mm of the real eauteinthepro- feayUneBMnUutMd,ie rsUfled ud ruonnned.un leae muaf tdt Ik aMtnlrar Ikaredaf tin artnwta mi ur tadaa f'.ftlBTth day of January nattt iirtnldedartTTi of liile ord? be laaerted to bouts Peaana.er Printed, ana poiNianeu in wnM'iru.nMLWaTiuu..uujJ , olio tu mku. vi wu-ve autaa-Ai-pwvWS, UTiore e4 oT The report states the amount ol sales la be T.-i1 n Dy tha Court, A wlp. TNTHK BCPREMB COURT Otitic W!B- " -Ja"ililA tw1" w TUB 1311 DAY Ok Mfa. CeelJla Da No. mi Lqnity Ducket If. Fancls A.Davice, Bultoitor, It la ordered Uiat lb daJpadaot, Fbavcis A Dtviaa.MaaMblaaiitrancetolieaitteredhrrtStn ariln aa la. nf atuta.ill tt'iS2"V. . .VE .'.fliwac UyL.r Williams, Aaauiant Llerk noal'fsw' ,u."t.lJl " "r fdliVWfca IN THE KtTHEMr. COUKT Op Tills DlU Asrou wanar, ir at at, aa. n aVt l,.,.l lu.L.1 M AUxrlUr.il ft .1. 1 -.-.-... -.. uiiviwuuni. ur iur ilium a-atrn red Ibatlhe ltythe(uutj, . "W VVu-t llaOiilr. TlWt H.J MtuUM.tJiil-l.Aiii. By I 1 WlLLIAataVtVwLDttirka UitVTVtW - j - tjjjxkp HfMrS 1'AILNP OH-ICE." ' - r ' . . . V-r".fVPfrlSS?SBS, sylvanla, rs)lng fur . thn vsteuatiiti (f a ratal iiaiunuauuiiii 1'iiiinwiiiii u im ruarr, itkaK, an relaeueil on the 1st r of Fltia-mbvi lata fur sA la prorem m4n Wat.wXei.fr -m v r- T It t .( le d uia t is ttstlmouy hi tbe rase be .luMd wu It, att iU) id Jsoutry nUi tliat the iMf f r Jirrf ir, (initiitr knj t tttrnlner-i wpuil Mil " '" -. -.--r.. mar umci j mi lain--. -J 'irtntf4iifreaBf tbefigrfeni Court of lb Jne-trirt of CilniiiUa, imm la a uutuoary csusn, N. ifl, I atwU rOar tor safe at ruNto suction, la f rml of (he tremliKti.rm MQXIMV.trMfttlidar of D erab-r.laTB, at 4 o cJoe b, p. m,, thai very rilirlUe lot M around, number three, (iTJa Hamuel Davidaon aaU.tUrlia.iQ, or nmaranm.ibf.rwl mie hnndred an I nTnety-eurut, (im,t 1 th eiir of Waalilng-tiio, in said Platrh-t.lniirnTtl Bye twoetofr fr-metM., No. HIT, on kurtb k rtreal, brywtwn Tlfteratbaad Hit. 1 ' Ll.a ... THE SITUATION IN FRANCE. rrF.e FrlMall.B f Thlfn Trrm Tp40t In EnaUad Ptaaatm aa Seft MALaad-aaaBtakrra la Loadaa Int. riiaaad Stramer Cllr at llrt.tal RatV, rilAMCK. raUaaTtUlaai af Talera Tn Praratrit. rARItti Dm. lA.atf.aatT-two inaiubjr Af tha A'VmVwhobnjredtd ItnLeft ctntra dof. las the drptmbr UoTemneiL anJ artaaa moderate HejiuWhtm,tncliKltni oBi. C6mr, lhmr, Paire, Caienter, PertaranJ Uonur.lu.e nolted In the pTMtitUdn In thai Kallonal Atv embir of a proposal for reference, to toe com- mitieeor tnirtr, aufurstln, the nnlonntlon of TMera'trrm of urncafour vrara. tha adortinn nf a ice rresMeat, tbe partial rtniofclof iheA tnWf jearlr, the enut1lahmetit of a prlncliaai fminlhteiiilKKrnmiiiutifa, the execution oft afconilcharuiMrand the aetuemeoiof tbe reta tlona netween the exeo.itlre-,ntl ifftilattve tie. tiartitianl i r t A MrvtATlltMOt'llQAnATI ISrUBLlCaKII In Uia hiMgnai Kaatablr calleil npoii Thlera TMtenlay to exproM lhlr appreheasloui that ha wan letninj too far towanfa the Part of the HJuni. , f . i ifaa fabl.lt KJl 4 - a a. li.l i innniviii, in icnruiiaa-( lUimi IflFUl 1HBI he wouhl uphold, nnn and utubaken, tbe poller annotiDcedhThtemeniireatiha optoinf of the oaaioo. t ' i CfUCAT XIRlTAlTf. Dlaaatrra an Heaiaatl Lauid. LOKDOif, Dor. 9 -iTh" jara eontian retit'r da. Ira. not wrttl th tTirltf ef Stjitdt. Ukt- Ktckei WDUtMt to tome to baud truaTiri Intel emeof iilRutrralKjtiioti sea andlanilT The damaae in this cut la conrtderabie. Bix bon-ei vera Mown dowa aol (artprnonj arekuuwa to hTe been Wihm tmlHlnrt. brir.theoaraeor wmrhrt'ohltrhwrr, fotrndercf off the west ooaat of the Isle of Wight, to J ererr beracrttoD board pert"hd. The bark Htrilnuml, (mm IfamlinTir fiip Vatar Vnckr aaraa arnrWa,ln KtinerMtp. Iwisre, but the crew were eared. Tbe Kaaomeicr atiacneu 10 tne lloyai araentl at Wol wlchwudamiffcdbrthe gul-, and the hoapltal hu beeowltMf M l?J tbf pait two aictl. Tetf f raphlo coimnuulcation ret terr mocb Im peded. oah rroa" n ritHONio. Bercral saa atokera who wereatuiuuonetl under ina iniittn auu lerrami act to lpptar and an- MtMiittSa imana "SnM b, Ta. M.m..lp ai; ., bKiomV," ;fo.. MM, ' Hbnrp Plaht ITIth Cartlate. iH-lrtItoJtaJS4!MM..! lhatUeybo reqaeited lo estabiisha iritla5? m ' PrtTltice o! Barrona.ytrteT. tnllinary fforerome&t la onr midst, deeiatag ttit. day, hut were mrl by toose atid rtpafcod aflat a slurp flght, jEWYpBHi. Keraea.l Eeraea (ireWftU Will CaauUed. , rytiWlU Ctmui&L v..va.. t,.- ,- .. mi.. ... .. aJ the daughters of the late Horace Greeley, -"- vni wv. m-rti omn i lauua jmrr- I riaiia-hlara nf tha lata llAaaa. Mal.. I w'b,ro','.Tjsssrf7r crD."a,:c; i ito will ol tnelr Miliar. T1.U .111 .umkuim, on the rth of Noviafberiir& It had becnfj.i,. j wrltliAbyAlr.Urothrraotira time OBjoabetwui ' KrcenieI to hlui for execuUon only a few hours cfore his death. It gtvee all bis property eeaally to bis two daughters. Thl Instrument had been placed among his private papers by Mr. Ureeley, and wu only taken from among them at the time of his laat atusk, aad at Uteflit inoid In terval thereafter ottered to htm for acknowledge iucuw a. ino aauio time counsel apneareu d fore tbe aurrogate to contest this will, offering sTXMkiJcntneaKAToaaTTwacArrroi. uoibla In IU stead one of Jauuary, 1871. tcri at -ovrooMtsT. Tbe t-ontestante were Hamnel U. St. Clair, i MovnJOMtar,ALA, Dec 10. K. V. Hjkes wu Rlrhard II. Manning, and Charles Sierra, the two nominated and elected United State Henator to latter being named u executors. Counsel for day by the Legislature at tbe capltoL Mr. Hrkoa Ihri win teaiama Ahea sail atvhheaeIUieraroaVlralemairdorttiMne war aadameniber rafandnta nf lha lrlll aanrilt a.ntilaau.aa 1., Ih. aarlTI aaf T Otthe ft pat laailnn aaf tha altala Uanala .nh.. Ull- He thought the will executed by Mr, Uree-niient to tho surrender. In whkh he voted for ' Pfwtaton of the Jail ot the District of Loium Uif boiore hla death dll areat tnlualkv. ins. I ratifying the fuuneentti amendment to the r..n. " lleierred lu the Committee on the Judl- much ai It gave all his property to Mine I la, with ' quail flcalleu that one half wu tobe uaeil by her tthcrowadlacrcUon.la tlieiiipport aitaledULS- tlon Of her sister, f labrlf Her that some reUtlvea would be deprived of property Intended for thein. i Tbecounsclfor thedaughters said that tbeso trmarkswere uncalled for, and annountetlthat ' au.aajiieueu u.iriru mj assign 10 ner sister one i hallAiI the prvperty; also to grant annuities to tbe retatlvea. The Misses Greeley then declined to consider auy proposals for a compromise. Regular proceedings for the contest of the will ensued on the ground of In. apaclty of the teata- wr w ctccuic .iiu will Ol lil. n.a lint ,ln.u. .. in,, "t ......... u.b ... I lUUUI.IKIIIIiaailH aaliaa l-aaAAl,iIUII, aillW ICB- I unci m a. ane occame a witness to ID wilt on . thedsy Mtltsieolfr.urd. Mr.Greeley wan,J a tew nours erora MiJeatiH0uiuicieuaa4ra-j .!... - tionat. Afterrouie furl her exsiiilnatloii of this wltneiK, n awjvuiiiuirn, idiiUWCil, The aUl of 171 gives the prt.perty to hi (lanaTtilera. lint In a.t.htliaii triraa liamiaala .","""'"".",r. "- e-v'-v-t'"-- "- iu attornou, give tiecjueaw to Dl rriaiKre, anil a icgaui eantat rut e VBBie of a share ot TVibuea stott to Rie Chlldreu' Alii Hod- ety of New York. tuk sTbULATK Ajc TH htft LOAH. , A VVuhlngtoaapetUl states the Old ynHfate, 1 Intaiilnndion wiin thn Kikik hii.i. hva oir, ra.1 to take the remalnlnr three handrtHl inllilon of ( ww wtv ici tcua. iftiuum, auu aiau a uugT o iwriion ol the,4, per tint loan tfM Tl L- ln,Li. . :7.r.. ..7. Till K1MJ CA-KA. wtoJSWM bVrorVa.TOa'i of . fie great orlmmals now lucatxeratod m the poaoa the r Ttimtiat -Wrt BB fn tha araaa.l allamnaal ait tha a T - ' . aa . .i. . 1 . . ' f tag cwci now pnnnnaT,' Jtr. lteipe, to casuin Ing bU orm, wrll have tbe'enafi tenco and suit- I Cn oi tne uasjtjsuvatlun and reform organixa , unsoftheuty. . V j .. llHNBItTSKDEnC"I,OK. ITU, M ETAKTW. Ifnn. Vm If turf, ku naani twi.taravl a 1 Cic dinner by in. C. Bryant and other prom- t member of the CAldn League elan In tel ntony of hla dUUmniUhed urvioea before tbe Geneva tribunal, Mr. i,vsrte a epu.tije. offer , asmltaelf asuiiltAe-TetivVUtaLW thB.,ihiirtid:i-amtl7'yuiw MLVVUV BUIC TAAUI : Misstated that the boo euberintendent of rraalrcenrt are manvtl Twoad'a BiaaaniUL Ing lor Ait time, anl bat the cuuU evt- )IHiVI WlWfW U,IW,I. 1 1. I a.iajma, -llaalt la- aVIBIHIJIf BIW iu.t(BI,?l'''1N. . .. I rmiuMLrBu, Deo, dO-Prealleiit Orani ar wlll probatiltike dp UI 1 fi 1 nnirfrn tn (his rived hero ahoulT o'clock tbi evening. The eb rtiJM twnnundroilh I atliUrr -UvUloa of Ject of hi visit U to attend the wedding of Hon. " """ 1 , , . imDn,.'r,.Jirri'L . . w -a iv aaamua i uiq av-j, u j, -atf, tie M to BT I his headquarters. raarrernumberaori(iiinrerrrItiiriva-ntatAnir.B tralni.ln.ulaUoothruuBhoiit thi my. t . ..liBV;.""". u o"wim iro ivi i mnu iur uauiu4 iur- ward the propoand tUsiai t.ai4.o and ladtiitl I exhiwuon lnV.ew . ork7 l m.H.. ?tmF;'atW?VW . .. toroeriy assistant United Bute district attor- , todlunc?aiu,mer ei.tod -.strict kitorney, 1 h"in- 1 "- 1 i.f .tier ,;U": 1 .r,!r"5 I A resolution lntnidu e-i m thi tnl rneu yesterday develiped th" (a., that tn.nl. kt or pruautullon la Ivilaon 1 laoo, I b peraon who committed tbe murder aaui. ikaaslux out. of the nous, tut ae ba shot buaeio. ana would givo himself up, but dl 1 net M svt-and hu not been arrested. The real natu u( the girl la sOM tobe Mwtha ttouth, ofXork, lrclahdj age W. yntn a tbk hrta ArEht liorEt- The Kttth A venae hotel took Ore to-night In the1 laundry, oti'tao sxipmwoat cpDer vpper story. LoM$t3,00(,. Margaretrsgaawufalally harued, and ten other utrlomlr, T&era was ftrtst excitement tor a tiro? km.bg fhe gaeeta, UATiTK, The fire In the Fifth Art nne Hotel to-ulght wu more srr.uu than at tlr-t supimeed. The two upnr stories are mined TUEDIA310ND HULNDLiJ. i L 111 Nail AiaJiU AhMil.'Muk .al Otkara. i "t.Z"l--r'Ai"tl.,..;!r,?'u,"yl.Z .000 on behalf of William M. Lent, of nan rrBiicisuu, agaiuat i niup vtruuiu, wunu Black and other persons, eugigod In the recent diamond operation in LWrado. Assfeat AroU"reWi.nLin EllxslMthtowo, and valuables n -the hank at thai place, were attached upon affidavit of Lent, alleging that the above sunt wu bbtaiaed by Arnold anJ Bta. k by means of fraudulent rcpresenutlon by tliera la reference to uiaiaaiids, ruble, an 1 cine ttWs IrelngiiMJlU upon Und in Colorado, The r tain tiff says Arnold ihs left hi residence) in Isrdln enanty, Ky and hu disposed of Ida Sropcrty with taidutent lasenu Ex-Boik-itur eiterafprvitowimd Juno j, Uartaa afocflUe CIHOIUO. Frautlatent TraajanetUM af a nablt Pre i Mtf CBICAOO, Dee, 10, Th 7'uiUJ 1o-iUl-jl4t-ihe atiiu-uoMof iheAffftlrsor tbe H.antinuuau na- LHwitaa uauta, ui hub IHJ, iruiu 1T11IL l KppCBrS ! a? BIU. o, tliumirw, piTaBiJCHi, ajAf, iuilit ui irauiuaiaini iraimaaianitn. unit u v ult In the closing of the bank to-day, with moSffanTirfl1 JieK.P? .'.PS.. month, and It U confldentlv asserted that ha will nsver return He Is alleged to havo beta engaged to, Various apecolaUons, all of which ap pear to have proved unauoceasr uL Tbe bank did averv large proportion of the business of the Bcsntltnavlaii popalaUoit of this city, and Its connection extended to s?ery bcaudlnavUn oommnmty lathe West, a7i amount u 40 depositor Is aUied at i2S,0do. Th bank will be Immediately placed to1 the hands of a receiver, itneutlre aueu are placed lrOBitUocmltau;ocl, ' ' ...... .-. ,...,-,., ,.,t- -,.,ni.uura uiuii iihe unoer lakea. In laVDunaln. and thaure tn popuisuon on tne punun land. M5"r.ni1il?ci'?JtU "'",rtUo," 1ra.SliaVMM?a1aV '.I' UV ! fl" """""I IBS tb. rt Qt alDCfl 1M-. ' linn.raiura. anill.htannwlntl..i.tw.Bi.t I on motion Ol AIr.Hirr.nl. ol .."''."f.?" K" .?' -rmTOW. .... lu n. SoHtrataootiVaalirt. :wlnji nS.'luloOoinuilUMollh.ftliol. aiBBd aitrriu ni MioL iii-aii iii.ni it bl in a nnuai 1 --. . NEW ORLEANS. ME8SA0E OF 00V. PINCHBACK. L'auatlaa the Tatra tmt CJereraer rleet!as r OltlceBa Warmatli AprllM far an InJonfUaata Ileal rata rinrbbatk fram Prrfarmlnaj the Datlea af t.are rnar Kiw OatUKN Deo. 10. The Kello.. Legit. Utnro met In Joint lesalon to count the rote for Oorernor aftJ Lie attentat Ooternor. JLF.peM teeeired hie coinmiMlonMAttor ncyGenenJ. and wu directed to telegraph to WuhlDf ton tuid here the enlt Inatitutedbr au tornej Oenertl IL N, Ojlen atopped, and to no Ufr the Popreme Court that ho had beeneom muiloned. A bill for the aame purpose paeied the Henate. Flncbback atated that harto( tieeri dnly retarne!, e will recelre his conv mliMon u Couireiimin at large, amuon or noTKiwoit nwcniicx, A"Unr OoTaroor in&chback to-day aenl a me, pajn to tie LaslJibktara Uereoonmenda prompt action lif the oaaa ef the LmtMQdina impeach tneut lRlntOoremor Wannoth, and Ylaor. oas,Barchlna;lnTeUxitlonrenrdlna: the eleo. tlon frauda, with the view of panTahluff the gnlttr. The proclattiatlofl t-Mclndea: "Tbe people hare ComnUlned of oiDreaira lawm. t wnniii . mend that atl lawa whtch ara Janti obnoxionaor people of tkia Hutt, whether potlticai or eco nomic, be modified or remalei, aad Uut an onr VaTUlatlon. he con dm ted. not In tha mt.r . and fimteruie tntereateof Ui whole people of tbU 8Ut." Uxmrni or vni-triwra Nxw Oai itNn, Deo. io-A preliminary meeu fnwbakei4at the Chamber of Oommareothia noming. A Urrt drjeotlon ot ankeri aril leadlnirtnerchanU were present, Ueo. Jqtu. V. H. 1'lke, K. Lf. Hutumen and l'ae S m, Uakrr were appointed a count I tt to nreiiaream-morlaltobfl nbmltted to the fit? llallin"etliiit. ' The weather h colli, tad It hl been ralnln andileetinseiidar, rnt rrmkNM trtanwn In front ot the City Halt, notwithitamllnc the Inclemency of the weather, wu laneir at tended. Tbomaa A. Adam", president of tha Crescent Insurance Company, celled the meftlnf to order. Col. John McJCtuy, Governor Uaaautlviui othera made apee ha. .acnraor rmoimiona were adoottXI pMteat Sal atoi?ffi2"ySJi VSX." 2ll n.t (vinrvniiaiiTaTa oi u, people IBJU have free ecceaa theret to the Assembly to or ""Mi ta-t uiiriegiunateouue,or event of the nnwiniDganM of theauthonuc latter as TiLflnltciv nraferahta fspoualbie, filfBaf and osnrpt supplemented and sustained by winum-n irettra mi tJ uriimmmi Kfw Ublianm, Deo. 10-Uov, Wanuoth to- AW liUVWCTltW. ,t.. ni. i-7k- A-1..h t...7:.";; ' -"mr: I i. 7r2i'"""v:",,rr,fu," "w I'lBjinH inr U iniiinciion rTBlTBinina IineniiacK a-. ,lf.,-.. .1.. .... t ., JT " . from dlscharglnf the dalle of Governor. . --.....- n,..11,,Lau . lai l man Llerted Hrantar frew rtaatli Cnrellan, Coltmbia. H. (L. Doo. 19 -John J. Iattrson wu elected United tfiatca Banator on the flrst ballot, I TATVajt-OH AMESTED FOH BRIBaTtT. COLtmau, K. L Doc, 10. John J. I'Attemon, Benator-elevt, has leen arrested and committed to tail on a Lhanra of brlnerv. sntutton of the United btate. lie wu a Oreeley 'lector at the late elecUon, and a popular man in North Alabama, where he resides. Resolutions looking to th Impeachment of Lewis were of- fered and referred to a committee of live, tore- port at noon on Thursday. The court-house Legislature elected Mate Treasurer Ulngham puuuw prinicr ami aaijourneo. NTEAMril MArifAMKNTfl U'RI'f'HI'lt TbnlaPrarraaadC'rwRrMrted Raft, i 8 IK PRtNTtniYI. lrftrV a-Thla tflfmnnn the Bed nltil diffla-er l.f tha IailflA Uail 1 nm nan.i. " - ".... . .... . aaav aaaiaaa uuuihij a r mwnureum, uu mia iiwa lanatnaon fW".1! "lived at Han Diego In an open """v v rriii'V a Maf d nawa that the aleamakln (tail stnick a reef two hundred miles sonthweetof When the ortleer left the ship the captain wu nat mm. on hah AinnKL i nwer ta irnrnia i"klng preparmtlons to land. Ihe passengers "" "iL " lur "" u., a... --,.- - . , . . , ... t " nam mm, uwi. iv inn -m-auimnp jnuu- Uni1 hM ailed from Han Dlegu for the wreck of I the tta ramento. ine Henator will watt at Ban Diego for the passengers of the Paeramento, and I wlu btiIg theiu to this port. i e - i l.nta iIh tk.l i. i. n.at t-RicAuo, Ilu, Dec 10 -The report recently Ji"!illt!!uVa?",Jeir!,1 l.D dew , France Of Lotta. the welUknown aitreaa.la " '?. -'"' WCJr-SHOWn BIIT-BS, I SLuBVT!I SV&Sggr W """"" U1 "" ot wtmtrea in tni cuy. r . II a a Vail I tauallaaa Iaa IfaalAai ....,....,, Himai , IhWTOw, De. 1, Mayor Oaston wu re-ekrte-1 1 'Tr! "JIT " ren 7 vow or v,wi to Ml tiaAenvwuaeAJrufaby DeitAbfrata and lll..nalMri. -. (ail .. . . V - a. .. -a. " 'ai i, auu liuren VJ IDV t OOpira BUI LB BO? lteiumi liBrtlea. The rnmmnn round I "tends 40 Republicans aor) M Jjewiocria4 - I - -,. . t 11 . aa.i.L. . ....... w. v-w nL w - e . "0R1i 1Jhi W Wm, Wolf anl Valen- lliia.liauin, both butoiwi m UoclaiuU-auar llaaalJ..r'lu. a , hLII. J.t-tl. a'iuiiiu 1. tuiie uAuaiiver, uutitiK ma Boiourn MwinremAinatMraDorleahoose." lie wmre- re, tUIU tO BBUUlglOa lO-mOITOW, m TUB WEATUBK MBTORT Win rtarAtmmrr,) WA-n.WVT.ilC.:IIrlST.ln . BVatni-iiiB ma tui etar ,vf aT-mtni-n . $; ttJitJZSFV: rent vlKy MruSv to wterSwtodl rmi KnetcoKi iaeMiSdi?lS p.m t.Ta.iIU;,t:?.i:i. K ' )nd ' P""". ! (aw tempertMfei Irtlh nneilrclsarerwattRi- Fuel northwesterly winds, high pressure, aad low ' wren toe poiioyot lormer years, ami waat temprairbnrn-ilrelttu-wwtlier. IWlJJ torttf oolJier ol former year ought the Uulf and Bouth ItlafiUolltate oortherlr and ' " d02..fi!r S1J.?,? f ..""heUlon. lie northeuterty winds, ciouly weathsr and rain, charged tnaitho hostility to the bill came from wh high barometers and low temperatnres. on the est, where the desire wu Iclt to build op a uiinlnliblnffpressurci, ' ' , nneiBtiirim. f I For Ihe Itorthwut and uoxwr UVo ruslons . aoatbeuterty winds and partly cloudy weather, 1 with higher temperature and derreaslua; pree- 1 lures extending to the Ohio alley la a 1 ennee-1 see and theuco to the Gulf and aouth Atlutio cotuu nortlteaiteny win 11, ocLMlonil light rain, clou Iv but rleariur weather. On tha lower lakea ami in the PL Lawrence vallev wester) to north. hnaintVaBa auaaaaa .allaa ....l- . ...i. 1 erty wtnda, partly rlondy and cold weather, with high berQiniiwr, lutheMioaia -HutesandNsw Lugiaud partly UouJy weather, northerly and easterly winds, high preuuir and low tempera tures. On the 16th instant the display of rati Uouarv signals will be Biisptuded at the lake port (luriiig the winter. "' ' V.aaall.a !(... Tn. aeml-weckl; Cabinet aonloo waa lid I yta- Th Praalalnntaant In in tha fianaia tha n.,,1 I The President sot Ia to. the Benato tbe nonil-1 natlonsof John j. Cwiion, of Kentucky, to ! rrtTvr V-Wr uaniVn. ...;. LaeTTr i.V.,7J .'"""'l" .V. a.viama, aMvi,a ivi ai.'aiaiia ami utti anviicj: j Dinlel Bhermsn. pf New York, agent for Indiana t New York, J. W. llanlaU f"l !... in .... . .-r; i XrJTnr.-r,1'!,",::,i " :z" .".?. rraLr" . -""hv7 41 "1'1' .. tfLVl" eilcl "d witndrew tee uoiniuauvBM inr weiioe oomniiasioati or the theDlstrlctof Coiitura already setU la for con" aa ..al IVValBlna,J,TOIIII lv' lUU tl runt (on. The Herder Compllralldna. Tbiumiuiulonerapreseutedto the rrcaident yuurday their report on the IU9 Oratjde depre- dauona, which they believe to bo too acrlous to U itnicr endarabir, and for which Mexican omcuis, civil and miiiiary, are largely respond, faiddiy solving the problem. '-he Northern ru ble. They reuxomeud sundry measure of pre- oiflo railroad la being pushed forwaM, and It, aanMAR Ia taa aalaK ah.l .In., la. ,..al.....l T aaa. ... aa... II..I.A... ... a.aa. .a. . . .j.. ph? ,Uo u trUJ l,jr tn Wexlcau govarameot of aliU:. ''en.JusnC-ortlna.ihe late commander on the Ink a ie?lcaa eld, and sugjrest that our soldiers be Trai.1 tocroMlnto Mexico In pursuit of In- vise the trial by th Mexican government of I lan JiilH f nrlln. tha - u.a....!.. .. .a.. ir 1 iii """s uis tivuuoi) u- theiport to Uongreu with some apeclal recom- teport daUooi uehttaUooa, the moiinment Is made of conewlngo granite, the bue weighing about tight tons. Tbe plinth Is ol granite, and weighs about four tons. The panels are of Italian marble,. Th caps er ol graniu, and weigh flvo ton. Under the caps and above the panels Is found a most delicate course of draptvy, nude ot black stone, The en tire stxucuniU H feet 0 inches lUgh, feet a Inches long, and 4 feet Inches wide, and is well worm a VlAlt from our rttKena tiwitm fmm ------ a" a a m v " vaa aav .aw.M CONGRESS. YESTERDAY'S PR0CEEDINQ8. Debate In tbo fecaate the rcllUana to Prevent the Sale or tla-or In the Dis trict -The. Daetan Uellef mil Uepartrd Tlie laatlaa Appropriation Dill Caaald rrvd la the Ifenae .If lacrllanroae Datl- TTAltUVOTOV, Dac IP, lfTt tiENATE. mrnomi ntniNTtn. Iff. TrniBball ttraajditjkfl a natitlfrti fmm rltL. ten of Mlnneanla. ami ntliar HtaLaa tv.maHn of the biu to perfect narlmUon on the MupU ippl, aa oparinaar aATtttni the tntt rotta otf tha lvmbermetu LaiJ on the table, Mr. Oooper pfaatwited a petition of tha Bon-hern Method ll Aaaodatlon of Tmneaaea, aakln payment for the occupation end dee traction ot Property beloairtnf to them dorlnff the late war. Keferrtd to Committee on Clalma. Mr. Ldmanda. Mr. Mrkara and nthara aented peutiona from French apoiUUon claim ant tux aAia or uo.com or tbi cwtaict or oo- tCHiU, Mr. Sheraian, from the Committee on Klnaaee. reported that t&epeutiona to prohibit the tra portatton, manafaotare and aaieof lntoxloatlna liqnora lo tka District of Colombia and the Teirl toiloa had been eooilderel by them, and they were of the opinion that the aohlect did not pre 'nipenr com nniier toe prorince Of tne nuance rmuaffa of a law immaim . . taiEi i iwnmice. toe oommuiee were in farorof the proatof the wire, or" cMitoroT tYnnkiidS Upon those who Bold Honor 'to thran. bat th- f nonsldered the subject one that pertained to v 7iii ,c. ,, isjssist; m 'fa. JndfclaiT. a Mr. UonklJnjr objected to this, and Inquired if Impnrtauoo did not come wit bin the province of UierinancaLommlueo. The- petitions on this mbjert presented by hlin Mked for the prohibi tion of toe Importation of spirituous liquor no erelly. Mr. KhtJrman aald aa to that tha irinani-. rtonL. lrntttee were opposed to any each problhtthm; " xwf uuuiiKii uim ui ci naa maj nant to pmhlbit t&o importation of liquor. Mr. Kdmn&da objected to referrtnff the subject toUie JulldtaryCommiitae. Ho held that u to tha mtnnratnra nf IIAitnra tha nnnl (Imam. ment had nb aamrvUJon except In the District of COromma udtheferrttortea. Ho jar uthei Maiuianunvi iKMiur in n oiiui wu eertiedltwaa a enhject for Btate legislation, but tn regard to Importation of Hqoora, that he la Slated wu for the Finance Committee Mr. l"onieroy aald most of the peuuons on the ratrject preaenied by hltu apoUed to the District and thelerrftoriea, aint hethrmght It should be referred to Committee on ike District. Mr.Tburotansald Uiis wu a question which probably had best be let alone. The main por tion of the Government revenues were denied irointuemieTnaitaxtmnqnort and the unpen duuea on the same. If thla wu stopped It might inldat, defining tjit. ' beoome a serious question u to obtaining Tbe Srkin7isn2 riZmk -' to tbe nreaent Irre? I means to carry on the Oovernment. d it&JSl S,"" ptng rate whicb ' is A'-er further filar a Km, the uothra w dls- fc" l aCTBnlt Kirets, by the bayonet. J charge tbe Ilnanoe committee wu lost. cm ILL POn aXLliv or aotrmv irrmtu I i?5""' ,ro"' wmmuiea on jrroanrc. Mr. Sherman, front the (voinmlttM OH ituajn'C, iirpoTteuine noose miiror toe reiier of thsauf. T antra l.a tha Mm !.. --a .... .h. ik. .. tintvM, aw. iiaini Hi -im 1 wzJlz&sz'&SL1' " n .'j t .."i"',S:.K. v. a.HTu, a..... ...9 apauv vvmiailava. IH, WUI W a.18" thoriu the exchange of rvgtatered bonds for roupoolionda at -the expeueof the owner on- dr r remliuoos Whs prcriLod by the ftecrrUrj of the Treuary, wtunnTT tui ritOM jafak, air. CMmeran. from the ( jaiomltlaat oft T'oratsn Relation, reported a bill to releue the Govern meat otspan from the payment of the balance of the indemnity due the United Bute under the convention ot October W, ltl. He said the amount involved wutMuoo. lleuked for It prevent ccnskleraUon, but Mr. Morrill objected, and It went over. ' Tin DiwnucTJAn.. Mr. Ultrheack Intredncad a Mil to realore to tne marinsi 01 iaa uistnct oicoiunima exclusive clr7 raoioxn AuXTfDalXTTO Tux t'owirriTl.Tloi. MrV"le o0"' . rwoluUoo ioitructlng the Committee on the Judiciary to Inquire Into the expediency of prepualng an amendment to the jlonmituiton provldlua; or the election, bv a du rctT0t8' the people, of JTesldant ann Vice ' ,",";i'-' " wutwu. . Mt, r(iTaaiaTujawra j ii on" i nBoiBtUNt turecv f tng tins Committee on Tubllu lmikliag and ItoL Adopte.1. a.a.a.aan.d The bill for.the benefit of Undley, Van Horn effect that draloage such as la desired cannot he A Co., tuenn, Merall A Wart eod J. X, llcbder- provided for the alley unless a aumdenl oeantlty son A to., of Louisiana, Mo, wa pused. I r J?1 ,0T " exkenslon of the alley from the The bin relating to writs of execution aad i 9".. f n1 the west T to C street be con other final process lo rnoxtt of the lntted Watea "koined. vide lor the ereuUon of public bulldloe it was muenniteiy postponed. Auto the bill to pro- I flncy, HU The bill fur tho relief ot C. E. Rogers was ' .-- I'aaac-i. Ihe UU for the relief of Lewis Johnson A Co ol V ashlugtot,, wu Indefinitely postponed. natt-ja ovxa tbb ovAcirrrA mtsb. The Nil toaathorUe tbe Little Hock, line Bluff and ATkadelDhla Boathweaum llaliroad uota Pny to conatrect a brlCgn over the Ouachita ", 0T nMr Arhadetphia, Arkausa. wu wsrcgorrBAKBTnoox. rintnMInn fif Hf- AmklM tk.MII .mp.rdH.1. On motion ot Hr.Conkltnr. thebtll appreptiaU WT fremoJai-VfTh. -nVea wTeTk Uff Bandy Hook, la Wew York harbor, wu Uken 011 BUll DaSaed, Tk. all.n.a. a . ... f - . .... ... i u nu, i , ,, ui, wrvi niui rinuuit ace- slou, and shortly after adjounied. tlOL'rJE OP nErKESENTATIYPrt. -rfaanaa IV ivaaa.i ma I Mr. Murey, of L-, Introduced a resolution an-1 thorialng the select Comtattum on the Levees of 1 the Mlaaiaalnnl river li -innti.v a rtarV rhli.li tvaa adopted, .i. r,-..--.-,,.... -. BrtllVlB IT l.trurtHUB. Mr. Husk, of ia offered a resolution, whtch 1 secretary 01 war board of engineer a nrwge across Wisconsin. ma. tlltaCHlaUlKD inLDIIIU. Tha llausa then In the tnnrntnir honr resumed iheeonsiderauon vt the bid reported tn-ra the Committee on Military Afialra at tha lut session, to enable honorably discharged soldlsra and Sail ors, their widows and orphan children, toac aulre homesteads on tha nubllo lands ot the 1'nl. tH Blatea. i". utnic;, iu uiiuoi-, opponou tne icaturo ot the biu allowing the recipient to sell tho certifi cate within one year, claiming that It would re sult in benefit only to th speoulator. who would for a mere trtfie purctiasa' the certificates from Ihoee whom II was Intended to benefit, and work disastrously to the homestead law, which he de. uimiuvumj iu iMHwnttNtU Itw, wucq ntut ttntt u a wise and beneficent act, the benefits 0 whkB 0b4 f aown P1m. Mr. Btooirhton of Michigan, defended the bill, claiming that th eollav of liwu no new miller. had been the policy f fortneryeers, and what done for the soldiers of former yean ought honr the House', California, went unthe imuk ArnwrwAnox iiu- Mr Hartrentaald huthnn-tt ltnmtia ini. dndna this bill to aire theltonae a brief hiatir l of the Indian affair daring the past year, and tne result of the poUey which had been punned. tw itm tuat tne Bppropnauons lut year were tASd3,tMl.vi, and th amount proposed thla year 'wu but U.l.9u.iA. showing a decrcue of , nearlv a million iloiian.- r ... T. . Of th BinonnL IllLTaS was for Intereat un th abstracted bonds, and much of tbe sum remain ing wu raid In accordance with stipulations with the Indian for the surrender of valuable lands, so that of thla sum, whkh eeemed large, but little wu fur actual charity. He showed by table that the appropriations for the past two rears were leu than tbev had arerave.1 in former ,)ears,andlf thevlewaof the committee could taal KarTlail nil! thara aa-amnlil ha a' lit fiiv-haa .aian. Um- Vt'l '."t, ' "u """ ,mra ""l Alter reviewing tha put legislation In for-1 After ravlawlnv tha mil larHarlaMn. Ia fw. SKraaiiffift KuoattatbirT ment should pay to the Indiana for their lands to the laat farthlnir .,"., t?rT?h HO Siluded 10 tb iii,u.n. in fnn ijw u..i.a -. 'ili.aa. i ifuw ii iiiarauuioa partic at..ul.t. a .. .1.. "':r,V-rt : "3-" r."",..M. ?"""? h.r.h .;..;.. "" "-"v.v.. -.v. ..u, ini !- ctdlnr 3" " oJ advocated astrowjand deter- m Hail fhl.l ..maril nl IKna. lnillaii?ahA a.oi.1.1 I not be brought under the peso policy, Indian war. he aal.t luialitaa ihi iinani But au ense, lead to the murder of large numbers of settlers and tbe , distraction of much private property. If, there- lore, by 'temporising with the Indians and ln; fi'imttS b. LamtTS:UDn1 ffl?, $$?& SiJfijS? AaiH Ku 1 nut um umvr t bgihd ruwia, wm in a snort tune, , by affording new Uses of operations, soon place ul - - ..T. --..' ' .... .--. . by affording new Uses of operations, soon place Ins on a more even footing with tbo Indians, There wu another reason why the present policy should ie nuraued-lhe terrible expense of a ahouhl lie jpuraued the terrible expense of a ' ahouu be fniiown.. , awiftkn.i i-.m.i-VnJ,. t-eneral Indian war. The comparatively small 1 B0U,W w '"H001 7 wilt and cerUIn pon-ah-Cheyenne war. In 1100, cost over mw,O0O. or mQnt over a nuiuunoi aousrsior eacn inuian aiueu. 1 here wu no glory or honor In an Indian war. advance la civilization of the Cherokee, Creeks, Chocuwa, Chlckauwa, and Semlnoles, clslmlng that they were now as civilised aa the average civUUaUon of the Unit-d Butes. Ueaisoquoud Itate reports to show tbe favorable condition of the Indians In Michigan and New York, cUIming that the facu showed the Indian was capable ol civilization. The Bante Bloux were In Atr, nargvnt prouuocit suusui to snow tee .M lanaB nam aVI a-a nosxxsB awAarkorts "J In caae of an Indian war would fnrnlat, troopn .. vi h HiacHi, n aiui. ut ncua vi auca a war, be hopeil to aee matie aenrlre of. lie cited the reran of Increaied atrtmitoral prwloct amonp; tha Indiana aa an Indication of their edranre in rtrtllutlon. The Inrreaaed nnmber of erhooM and m boiara waa another erl dene that tho efforta of tonifreaa, bo ably eec onded br the Indian Department and tho peare CommlJilon, were reaultint; la rod. The reading of the bin by eectione fortuaeid auriiiou man cornmanoan, Mr. Beck, of Ky , called attention to an appro- pllauon Of IS.OOO for achmila for tha fmn art, I aald the Bocreury reported that there wa bat one aoJiool end but nine papus emonx them. If the amwerwaa that It waa tooorpply with treaty atlpalationa the House had, by this reaoln tlon, declared lu right to withhold approprta- vuaiui m unit wnfaiiuwiiii uia appropria- on ahould not be made. Mr. AaraTtnt aaiil tkat In tnate MiMrat lawa mi thl aneallon haandth anrntianaan inm ru. tacky did notdlnijrree to a great extenL Thla iH-ni wa ju aocoruance wiin treaty aupaiauorm, but the payment waa for the Crowe, who are nat- Bail aaatat.dai a. a aim ai.. m..aa...--. .. a.t cutamra ui mi nu auiu mjtj imn ion whites, standing between them and tha tuoax. The Ciert had read thtrty-flra of tbe eerenty yai vi wi una, natu, uu luwiua vi mr avcrr, nf tnt tka aaAaaifnlltaaai a aaia ' balamt or aauiTafmum.. Mr. Archer, of Me Intredaood a resolution, wbleh wu adopted, that there be paid from the nontlngent fnnd of the llonae the ularr of Robert Mcpherson, lata a mesaener of the ltooae, to the close of tteae-ato andthefnne- la oapvuacvi. DISTRICT NOTES. ACTION OP TltK DOARU Of rUULIO truuivn TESTunDAT. AfTRtaT, It has been, determined to defer the work on A """" . wiT-aui aim-1 a "." ipnof. KIW CCLTXkT. Superintendent Carpenter wu authorised to si, ..,itr" "'"" " 'M lm"1 m " Bladensbarf road. nxniNTa antirr. The oentraetor for ImproremenU on Blxleenth street hu been directed to eod tn front of square No. 191 u far u the same Is bain up with bouses. KMHTn traicT. The wooden paTeraeot at the Intersection of Eighth street eontheut and PenniTlvania avenna tale be carried acroai Eighth street to the Sag aroaahiBT nnlv fur tha nMum " ixrrELlcojmtAtT. Ho mach of David lEeppeTe contract u related Uriefof aldewaiuon Tenth street, be- ctm-!iwren uui m, wsi canceled, and tne contract for that work wuftvea to J, i Crawford. to it MarrrxD. Inspector WaJlaoe wu dlreoted to notify O. W DuraJt to remove kit the ohitractlons he hu Jlaoedtt the entranoe of linoolu street, troa. ohnson street and Nichols avenue. MOT! CAIWUX4 ATDTTJI. rennlsaton wu granted W, t YerrnUllon to Uko the top toll from D street, between Twelfth and Sixteenth street Matheut,to be need tn napfrlftB aaMa.t. frBBValtMa aaaaaa kait-.a. aii.a. ivn.', uviwcvnnizia sTixgr. Iapectof Cannlagham wu dlraOad to aee that the contractor for ImprorenienU on C, be tween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, finish up hla InK at naia ami it a. l.ti. a. . i .7. ""y" !"" luinctoiiiinmi. nnisa DD vo .oi, ...Tr iw.r "-"" kla InK at mm a.u it a. f.ii. a. ,. . i all' mrarlBnurr. rarUes Interested have been Informed that Myrtle street has been recently graded, except the wn occasioned by Tiber creek, which cannot be closed until the Tiber aewer reaches K street early nextsprtng, eol that the further Improve ment of the street wui hare to bo deferred until MIwagWIM. The contract of John Chapman wee intended ao u to Include the conjunction of a cross-branch sewer oa it street northwest at Tenth street, and the bnlldlna of a manhole at ltt.rt.th atraat Bn,i -Putting In two traps at Thirteenth street and two uiiuiai.rWi.tlr-WfIB rOnvami InXjCr Kit supervision of the chief engineer. mrpxa-ntAW nix. The contractor on Nichols avenue is to be in structed to lay a three or foor-Inch nnder-draw tile, with collars, at edepth of not leas than three aad a half feet below grade, with a few branches of two-Inch pine running diagonally arrosatbe road opposite the land-allde from Mr. A. D. John son's enuanca gate to the calvert at the foot of the hUL AtXIT IM aotTARI IIS. In reply to the peUUoa of W. a Dodge that the n the west end of Ue allev In square lit, he wu iiniormeaor tne rennrt nt iha anrina.. a TttJ. UULUMX BOKHTAU The AJoveraqr reotlrel the fuUowins inter 'nmi the board, "Kefarrlngtoyour .agreement oHlosr, complaining of the J-tadMnacy of the preaeut araallpox hoapiui, and requesUag au tbotlty froip this board to erect certain additions thereto, you are respectfully Informed thatowln to the want of an appropriation out of which to defray the expense of said addition tbe same cannot be done unless you can auggut auine war bt which It eaa be aouanpUsbed." b trnutrr sswrn fwintacTioxa. The contract tor improvetaent of ll street north hu been amended so u to provide for sewer eooaacAliMia dJag-Baily acroa ealdatrset to the sooth aide at Vint and Becond streets. also, the putiiag in of trap on the out aid of Becond afreet, to connect by cross sewer with the sewer on the rait aide of Becond street, an m "v-vu.wi tne i iriteror ur.verut, neaith . -ajaai w, avMa a, anil IUD UVIUVr Ot XirSl street, 00 tha north aide of n street, to connect with the jrtntlng-ofilca) sewer In North Capitol Street. r i - r Mnrra anaaT WkST. Th following letter wu written yesterday to Vesars. Thoinu Lewis A Co. by A. K. Uhepherd, vice president ot tho Board of Public Work 1 The rarfaen pavement laid on Ninth street, from Fenntylvaaia avenue to M street port b west. "i"- y 1 ai-uaiai,t-i7 -eniaiuoo, auq most be remedlad at ooce, Itotne portion have n--tlrav tron. andmnatbe rekltaii annn ..n.. weather wui permit 1 bnl th whole street will rquir a new top coat before It win be accepted by tbe board. I desire Immediate attenUon to Iaa arau.Harah hl.aaa an ah. a. a.i. a -v ara uvmii iiaHHia wu uw twak ta4 ua,j, THE CIH AND DEPARTMENTS. The RawllB Hlatne. The commission to award th contract for the memorial ktatne of Gen. BawUni did not meet yesterday, as expected, and no e srtaln time Is nxea ror yumeeung. Caapem BaIlana Betn. Two thoojtand deliar In eoapon bonds ware received from aa anonymous correspondent In Boston yesterday at tbe Treuury Department, and, the proceeds applied to the conscience fond. Th Nerthera Paclflo Uaod. The commlsBlonera ammlntad tn nmin. 1.. I a-alln.ail anrl ta-r .hh llaa al lha Va. aa. IcIflocVmrh.Va'r.no c"") WmP7 "0 Imported tO the Interior D- pftmht. and And verytklng ssttiiactorr. ' ',.. " .. M-ia. - -"- -nrm nru.ev w tne iouqw- IngWuhli asuiugumanit E, B. McKean, card rack fjinla Barrer bath. ie-7Ti21?-l? VilUff f-r" """. "th- George W, Morse, Improvement 'la Ore- 1 w The Fended Loan. The Ctiuunlttoo of Ways and Means had np yesterday Becrttary Bontwelll proposition to increase tho margin for commissions for nego tiating tbe funding loan, but not much favorable sentiment hu yet been developed. A Dlpltvttuttlo Joarwallal. Major John, IL. Howell, formerly agent of the Western Asoeiatad Press ax Mew York anrt t..- editor of tho Minneapolis TraiLiu. ia nrtreii aa Minncaou eanUdate for United Bute Minister JF.- Iadetw.lty Faad. , jvaniuaj uihuhim in uiuiiuiiaion ill ri,au ,iapaiiirom payment oi me balance of the In- . .. . . . ' . .. . . .. . ' . "v "",-v vi mg iu- a""' und. me dUposltlon towards releaae ta nnt in itrimr ii ilnHn- ih. i.u ..! not o 'trong u during tne late session, -l.a. a a CwatB-Nltlea far Cadet ahlna. Represenutlvo Ualdeman la about to follew the growing custom of putting up military and naval cadeuhlpa u coropeUUve prUea-andtha authorities at West Toint and Annanoiu are. ' ""?"- with'the Stuu lif WSpS meDti: - (Jen. Hplnnrr an PenUratlaa, The Treasurer of the United BUtes deciin to J"1" In tha efforts made to obtain the pardon alhla Jala.ll...u.l,. a... I .a... . . t0 olu ofhlsdi 1 trust In -jmou 1 uviauiwui, vivras, aim uviui mat Dracn Of In nahllo eanacttles. aa well aa hhi.u North CaroIInlaua InTsmn. Judge ttettle. Who did efficient aervl. m th a-tnt tDJ V ilson campaign, and who hk Just been maJa aaaariat inafiaof tha vnrThr. P0 BmM "aoctau JutUei of th orthCaxo- llan Supreme Court tyOovernorCsldweUj Msjor On in. halrman of th electoral ctA'trn of North tarouns, and CiLmnvt ihoitij B Koooh. cf Orcmsboio urrt.eil here last evening, the latter j nut, for the Wett and Judg yetf and jiujor uwtn cuing rnvaie iuirii t ujk "JVI Vila, Hall KANSAS. we$terhtravelnowanddfoidoperations IN THE WEST. The a.ei and Fatare of Alchlaen-Hr ml Iseeace af border Daya The Lloe f ike Central Breach It end -A Htai Orater Corralled by Cattle Drover-The "f.irat Hplrtt" ailaenil rtprlac"leri epaarBt" an the rralrle eteaiaf er Paanc. ray's 3U4el Farm TstsAMnatffBThlrd Term." (Special eorreapondeiMMof th BepabUcan.) 1 tICIIWI, B.AJISAB, DOV SD, 19TX pleasant travel, passing, In rapid succession, town, village and city, cultivated fields and charming1 woodland scenery, and suddenly finds oneself on th banks of the upper Missouri, fif teen hundred miles away, It seems mora the dream of a fairy than a reality; especially when compared with the staging ihe olden time. There must alwaya he to every one who hu been or lived in the W est a wild and pleasing fas cination connected with all that belongs to the attractions and sudden growth of the region "be- jvt.1i mo jniaaiBaipTi, Atchison, now a rltf of aome in iwi inhaKiia-i, wave iiuieii in ion 117 "ana after atavnrelarna .. a a '. . .... a-"- " ------.-----. enterprising party of a section of Isnd ot tatned from the General Government under the pre-emption laws. Senator Pomeroy wis the first mayor of the flrst railroad of the then territory wu put into successful operaUon It was thla place that Brlghara Young selected as tbe shipping point on iheMlstourl river from whence to start his sup ply trains for hla new Mormon settlement, ror "-"I auu auiuuaiu ill luvri lug energy ine JMHAH.U11U11 wbb tno starting point or the overland mails, and wa coatinnod u each till the opening of the ractflo railway, prom here almost dally might have been seen leaving the long iloea of army tralas and auges guarded by soldiers, carrying Uncle Sam malls across the almost bonndlea plains of the great Ameri can desert. The headquarter of th Pike's Peak gold excitement wu here. Hero the miners got their teams, provisions, and machine ry, and many af the castings of old quart mills are still to be seen lying en the vacant lota about town. Then Kansu was a territory, and tb aala uaHi vi tit aiuuucr. AUTraiurrrs el every Und swarmed over the country. The vtUatrea as is usual on the fronUer. were made on largely of cabins, gnu-trie, and doggeries. All cist au diuvcu un tne aauie common level Wltn the Indian and Jar hawker. Society wu unorganised, rrtuno in land claims and shares in paper ciUes, present orproepecUre,wu a legitimate basl neas. Jastlcowu admlautered Ta accorduco with tbe notion of eaca individual. It was Dr. Johnson, I believe, who dllnt like somebody be cause be "had n salt in hla talk," but had he Uvd In Kansu In those early days be would lav thought that her people not only used salt but saltBcti e and a sharp sprinkling of brimstone in their mveruUon, fresh from the original manufacturer. Twelve or fifteen years have worked wonlrous manges. Now Kansas has taken her place of honor la the sisterhood of stitev, and not amon the leut In Importance in that galaxy, and all the more glorious for having feen the baute-grairnd if the Drat great trinmph of freedom over slavery, rhe farm and warden have invadw her prairies, rtie mansion, th school-hoau and church hu .aken the place) of tbo rod cabin. Th Indian tod buffalo are disappearing, and the tin of the frontier hu receded before tha stately march of civtuution. The days or adventure and excite ment passed away a suddenly u they came. When ihe clouds of cirtl war ImiIh ot-p tha kwi the buaue and builnee of Atchison wu changed. Trade wu suspended. The great national artery across toe continent was Closed, other deue laimod the attention of her naonta Tintvhm the war ended Atchison sprang forth with new life, and I now tha greartanrrted oentreof Kansas, being th term Ion-. -of ntno railroads, tnd I unquestionably destined to be the fat or metropolis of tbe far-famed valley of tbe Mis tooji. 'rnirrifcmii srs bwiIhIsmiUi'i Un ne exteiiaiun 01 tne central nraatu road from Watervllle. lie nreaent termlena. ia tkatnaniAi Cawker, at tbe forks of the Holotnoa river, a dis tance of some two hundred miles west of th niwmn. Malar W. P. TktwnB. fnt-merl nf Uaahinari- I the managing otTKer of the road, ltlsboslneaa ot IU early completion. 1 had the pleasure of making a trip with hlin over the line of th pro jected road, pawing over a beauUfal prairie we came to Concordia, In the valley of,tbe Republi can river, where there la located a United Bute land offloe, A rousing railroad meeting wu held and then we attended a ball given rm the occa sion of the annual meeting of the School reac ben' Association. A party of Texaa cattle 'larders being in town, and making night hideous iy their demon-like yells, were escorted to the watch-house 'or the night. The antboriUee dls--nlsneil them at day-light, when they returned to rhelr herds on the prairies. It so happened that Vr. Jenkins, the receiver of tbo lanl olflcc, waa that day proceeding to an adjoining town to fill tn appointment at a political meeting and fell In company with the Texan, who either being cognisant of the object ot his visit, or sunpoalng Mm to have Instigate 1 their arrest tbe Dl rttt tie fore, corralled that official nnUI It wu too let for htm to keep hla engagement and then sent him home, cheering all the while for Ureeley, la-avinj tooooruia ana .aa vauey of too ue pnblkan we pused over a divide of geuUy rolling nralrte to the vallev of tha Solomon. u. terlng It at Belolt, the county eeat or Mitchell county, a town which, located only two years H'i, -" wiiktmi (hiv impute i tun. On our way up the valley to the fork or the Solomon, we tamed aside to view the Great Spirit Bnrtng, which la considered a great cari osity. Many sctenUflo men hate recently visited It, The spring Is near tbe banks of the river, and iltuated on an elevation considerably above the unrounding country. Around about it th ground ku been by some process worn away, presenting the appearance of a deep gorge, with sloping banks that enable a carriage and horses to enter with tit and ascend to th margin of th spring The water bubble up from a great depth and overflows lu aides something like tbe famous High Rock Spring, at Saratoga, It la tbe property of the Btate by virtue of tbe act of Congress or- Rnlzlng th Territory of Kansas. By that act elra salt springs were donated, this being the lut discovered and selected. Not far f rota the spring u asiOLkade or fort constructed by tbe settlers u a defence against tbe Indians ItoonaiaUof loo of wood set on endrtrvaelv together several feet In the ground and eight or ten feet above, enclosing a pace capable of hold ing about twenty men. Tori-holes had been cut In the sides of the upright timbers, through which to point their muskets at the Inrklng enemy. Cawker, though yet In iu Infancy, te destined to be an Important place. Traces of tbe buffalo In this vallev are visible on everr band. Where the animals range there grow a peou- iuh .!, auuik, nun, euu miii;b,oi iignusa ootor, which die out u soon aa the buffalo disappear. ' la lu stead there comes the regaiar prairie grass, which in turn gives way to tbe blue grasaof elvlllzaUon, thus presenting another Ulustrmtlon of the Darwinian theory of gradual development, I mast not omit a description nf Kenarir Pima. roy farm, twenty mile west of Atchison, than whlU there U perbapa no place la the Btate where a person can spend a few days with more pleasure and profit, lie has done mnch to dig nify labor and give encouragement to ogrtcuitnre by testing the fertility of her virgin soil; III home farm cooUlu abottt 1.400 acre, and much or it u in a high state of cultivation, and Is stocked with th best of Imported breeds of horses, cattle, sheep, and goats. The Senator hu been experimenting of late tn effort to do mesticate tb buffalo, but 1 could not perceive that hU endeavors have u yet been attended with success. The experiment Is considered, on the frontier, u akin to the Qaaker policy of tb Administration In clvlllzlntr th Indian, lint hia Cuhroeregoau will, with proper attention, be come a soaree of great profit. it a wu tuia inrui iaa, tn axjnawr apenns BIS summers when not engaged In legislative duuat, He hu In Kantas, aa In WublaftoiL an au tractive home, where hospitality U liberally dU- iiaviiva uuiutT( nuaio aMiap,iai.j e lluCrSiiy UU- penaed aad friend ever weloom. III popular. 117 iu iu dmi inuii WauauprCBu, BUI DnXHUHV aaaiiraa hla Iklnt aalaaa.Ml.aa ,ha - vaaav vw .aiiM aitnaiini HI, 1SB7UI) WluteT, when he U expectnd to receive the vote of at leut tbre fuarth of the Legtautare. "Old Pom.," u he U familiarly called out here, wu on of th urliest Bottler of tb Territory. He shared with her dUsens the peril of her primi tive days, and wu th subject of persecution by a pro-alavery administration. Ue wu her first Benator, and his name is taseperablT connected with the un history of tbU Bute. Lonir msy CwalraaaiUa hy th Senate. me senate, in executive session, yesterday confirmed nomination of tho following nost muters. a, W. FalrmsR, at Philadelphia; James la B. Dawson, Beaver Palls, Pa.t John Thomp son, Lbcnsburg, re.; Mrs. Mary Berern, Maha noy city, Tenn.; Chsi. M. Yean, St. Mary's, Pa C. W. Ilaiard, Monongaheia city, Pa., Jame U. Brown, Newhorgb, Ohio; D. Bhniuwsr, Cuyshotra Pall, Ohio; a B. Btreeter, Yonngatown, Ohio, "f"ij owiia A'uwtv, VlUVi tlOB. A tlOWeiJB, .1 a. ft a FBI in . ahlia. t n,,. .... nanaaa nhl.. wm a. CuaamaTham. MUleranlle. Okin? 3. iinM.ini Nlles, Ohio; M. B. Keyea, Coneoosht, Ohio; W. If.' IP J-?' I ' D- "Ka, Bttlwater, I J J. . Bquler. TayloravUK IU.J A. V. 8HL Bt, LtlarlflS. Ill i J. k Mfklrlncr. r.t fit f .,!. T id . r. A. Crane, Wuhington, 111 1 A. lXckaraon. tbTiu man, lilt P. D. Daltoo, Btreator, llLt o, W. Hcrippe. Rushville. HLi D. II. Blsg.e, MarselieB. Ill I U. Bheeu, Oregon, III., Mlsi Lout iioytj Currv. relrrabura. Ill ! H. ur. liatiiiJ, vi.J..,-' i?.' J5- ,w "lancer. Abron. Iowa; Alonso ?,"? f3lptoJl l0W1'' AW' TaUrnan, oiage. low" IC McClenaban. Kgoww, Iowa: ii. T. Ander- vu. i.vu vaa, vn a, iv. II . V ur. AlUHUnB. IOWS 11 IT. Hnhn. Ut lumt.iM. W,. o 11 !t S? i iSioVTiStSSr v' "' v. The Yrnesaelaa. Claim. Tbe House Committee 00 Foreign AJUlx con tetuputN an inTeatlgAtlon into the allegation tout fraudulent ttalms airatnitYeneinaiawer iaipa t-j a ulxed commlMlon, which sst tn thuuty louie years ago,Ufort reporting any jiWUtlou iutoude.1 toaafonw thtMmtot (Tf mi awards long overdue, 'r-.. vi tdonotqiite asTeewlth Emerson tn saying he, with Ms tuoAl gocl Judgmtmt,Mteete4one that nravehng Is th fool paradise.' It might ! of his most tnutworthy and efflcient offlcen, ta have been to considered tweoty.flr or thirty the person Ot Mi'OiiWliVAoclt, towertnp years ago, when It v-ii a eammern Journey to go the plot, at the Urn time Iffvwting htm with an from any of th Eastern cities M th Ntssimippi thorny to nae every available taeaa In hi power valley and retain, bat now, whetr cailTake a , to brinBaaaaiifiTauiiKWeJCTicft. PaUmancarat Wuhlngtonandlnaixtvhouranf , iiiniritufAij.rii immiHi in nrat.mina. '-r sir? - - SECRET SERVICE. Twenty ef th (art fnya ('- (.' Ictrd and eMreeed-ridllaAvActnV.iAtttnipt lo Fva4 PunUhmeaf During Hie fill nf the yetrmi,CieneJ If.c. UhlUey, chief pf th- e.Tt aerrtot- dlrleloo, was In receipt r Infirmition to the effect that a eonplilerable auiouut ot cooaierfclt monryof vartouidenofBhuUlojuithallccnpLacodIn clrcn- tstlun to sovcral of the eittra.ute. Deter mined upon thoroughly sifting tht wftote matter, rles, Mr, A. proceeded to Ohio, where he spent several weeks In carefnl observation, raining1 .inline aAinus wnim iiuruy but rsaniiei) III hla making a bee line for Fort t syne, Indiana. This he condoled to be tbe general headquar ters. Leaving Fort Wayne, he proceeded to Ko korao, Indiana, which u likewise a resort for law-brnakers. Having occasion to travel back and forth In Indiana and Ohio, Mr. A. left one of hi assistants to watch the manrjeuvertngs of the gang. Mr. Hectrr, of Newark, N.J., to man leelgnated for this duty, wu by no mean tann in the deceptive art, and aiiumlng the alia of I " Initch Jlrp," wu not ling tn gaining the eonrV "nce 01 me -conev- men, wuo were ao well pleased with bis ability and nnqneirionaMe fit nemhattbeygiadlyacceptedhlniaiapal. Intho meanUmeMr Ancbislanlhltuiittantshadtaken 1 uiutKou yi uv vniaiir.iHia, imun wiiuiu the evidence wa so formidable as to leave mn room for escape, arvl lieing tried In Ohio, were conviLieo; anu aentencefi to various terms 01 im prisonment In the penitentiary. Among the number were several of the mora prominent leaden of the gang Harry Uontr, Ham River and Ed. Kessler, of Port Wayne. Itwubut a few davs after that the notorious characters, John Phlllahanm and Ell Brawn, fell Into the rlutche ef the law, through tb eaeiweUa effort of Mr, Anohlsl and hi aU etaiaunts. PhUla baam, on being taken to Indianapolis, furnished ball, but thl dodgft dldnt work, and he wa Im medfatety rearreeited and comiBlued to Jail to await trial. . Tba criminal operations of Ell Brown had grown to be the common Ulk of tbo commanltyltMtedbT hi audacious presence, and hla aucee in heretofore evading detec tion wu a Kill more noticeable fact. When the grand Ivrry of tbe United Bute atladiaa apoHsmetd true bills ot Indictment were found egatnatJorin M. Phlllabaum, E31 Brown, 1-aao and Jame Lang, the Utter two arrested at Ko komo, a short lime previous. Phlllabsan., sus plelontng that a heave game had been played against him, concluded to gratify hie curioa.tr, and demanded an Immediate examlnaUoa, which was of course willingly granted. It wu then that he discovered thai Charlie Bcker,silu "Dnteh Jim," tbe truited pal or tne gang, wu the principal witness against hint and bis coafrere. Phlllabaem naturally uw that the case against him was by no means trifling la iu atpect. ! thereupon set his wits to work todtspiseoi the tnot pointed weapon now being be-t aaanta atrament of hi de-itnictlon. llew far he stK. eeeded appears from subseqitantoevalopuitnta. liwubatafew weeks after that another of ta leanar llghU of the mag. Oaorr W, Sheweea, wu taken lata enstody at Port Wayn oa th charge of counterf clUng, aad taken to tadiuap olla. Oa bis person, when arrsated, were nd several valuable Penera. IncluUna leturi ,- dressed to hi wife, brother, on to "Lou luetaer, run wayne," an 1 one to nts attorneys at aftirt Wavne. The contents of the-e letter revealed maay of hi plaas, and were, therefore, of no little vala u evWenoe against the de- icnuaat. latt-wu tu-oaeenreu a paper neat lna the fallowtnt Induraeaanti "M Bawarandn m ? :iven to George W. hbowen to tnfona wltneweei or the defence, by Jolui M. FlailiabaaV' which reli u follow: Tail ueorge 10 swear lasfuuuy, im-atki Usee ( a female neJ were at father's that nlirht about 1 oVIock. and that ho (Oeorg) talked to 'Dutch Jim. II (Jim) told George that the de tective were lu town, and that Joan Phlllabaam ojuwr oosaa oacx 10 tewa or taey woum arre-t hlnmPtiJllabaarrt Also UU Ueorge (my orotneo to go and seewnn u.anu so it ae win not swear that Jim and Llxeo both came to this flace about It oYlocfc that night. Be ear awl ell Ueorxe that when be U riving tn his (Ueorre s. evidence npt to be p.rtl utsr, but give ft In strong enough to rouvlct the d n Dutch a n of ilr-b. Ileaeodn'tbeabltcarefal, teUhlm, for the will naL care what uev swear aralaat na. Just so we rln convict him H all we want. Tell George falber'thatl am sharp, aad will heat thed d thieves If I only get a chance. Tell them ail to swear moat direct against Jim, for ho Is the worst one we hare to contend with. Tell Mary to swear that she heard 'Dutch Jim and Alalke lioutat the bou4 on Min lay howther neat aiaim bifi iiiici 111111 uu, aiwi mat tnrj would got all heMPhlllabaom) hail, for they never expeuod toxouie btck to W syne again, si I thst John wooKI 'nfrer come back. Tell Mtry t- swear that ' Jim- tel J her thott the- Intemteal lit steal the watchee, and U El (Kasaier) U Indlcte-I by the grand Jury I give her my word an I honor that 1 a IU never appear again Mm, bat will tha ail I can to gel him oat," Other k'Uar of 1 bliUbaaui emillar to the above were fiiunl on Bhowena person, la ee of these the wife of Ed, Keasler.tb thief, wa directed to testify thst "lhiwh Jlm,,hl arnica PhlliaUom's watch, and Mr, llunis, who hu band Is now In the penitentiary for highway rob bery, wa instructed to corrooorAt Mr. Kes. Iers testlmooy. The lawyers of PhUlabanm car rlsd out the plot by procuring aa indictment against Chart Decker, alia rDatoaJim," who had returned to Newark. New Jersey, until re quired u a witness in the above case, on tho charge of grand larceny -teallag a watoh from PaUiUbaum Becksrkoewnothmgol thuniov against him until he agAin made hia appearance) last week at Indianapolis to testify against tba counterfeiters, when a beach warrant wu ot irora rort i ayu iur ma arrrat. mt, aocuibi, who uw through tbe plot,aocompaatd Becker toPortWajae,wherethecuecameaPoa Wednea dy last and wu nwf. praead in ttr Criminal Court, the olrcamaUne,u they appear In th aoove-quoUd memortvndaai, having been saus factortiy explained to tbe court by the defend ant1 counseL The witneeses againat Becker, aa tuxy be readitj tmaglnvd, warn, to har been Mrs. Burns and Mra&esslsr, whose expense from Ohio to Port Wayne were borne by Mrs. PbUlabaua. Lut week the loUo-vlng counterf citing c-es were disponed of lo the United flutes Circuit Court at InduaspoUs' James Lang, iteUe pntd owing todeoeueof drfudni, Itaao Lang, oonrlcted, sentence reserved. Ld. Wilson and John I'hll labatuu forfeited ball In t,r each; Ell Brown, postponed to May; Ueorge Bbowen, postponed. Tbe Langs, up to the urne of their arrest, had always been regarded as well to ddaad boom fanners nesr Kokcmo,Ind.;bulbyoiiiamaua theirsnoThad succeeded lauuUnjti bcadauar- teraof their house, thinking, ondonbtediy, that their operation would be the lesa open to scru tiny. The old man Lang could not endure the shame and retnone which f oltowed hia ex posare, anitiHe.1 ahnrtf after betntr arrest ad 1 and hi i-on.who, notaliaUtending th aid of tb best legal latent,-were oonvrcteu, urn nw. unaiuf tatahiaewiiiencJt being' nreaentexl at their trial1. The widowed and disgraced mother, and worse l nan wiaowea wives 01 tnn two orvuiera, nrn cat Uiniy object of commiseration aad sympathy. The IndlanapolU JtumaU of a recent date, re ferring to the above subject, close u fallows, and wa have only to add that the oorapiimeat paid CoL IL C Whitley, the efflcient chief of the secret service, and hi assuunu, Messrs. An chisi and Btu, I four minted 1 We sa uut the Kokomo Rtpubtitoh, edited Kone of Lang counsel, stigmaUse the deuc es who 'took lu' two or threeoltb ciuseo ot Kokomo and sent them to the penltenuary; for coaaterieltlng, u 'treuury taelves,' and auvuee -some men we snow ui,- itucautuia tDeitt beiaof th gang.) to feed them a ineas ofoold lead. W have no doabt th editor is hount In bis advice, and woatd feel much better were. It carried oat. "The same paper also speaks of th secret service eyaum u oneot tbe most disrepatabie and inemaeat branches of t&e Government. As to the troth of tbU statement let tne raou speak, Th three detective named have broken uptbePortWayi (rang of counterf iters, sod every member twenty In aubu beenamted aave oneland he wa drowned while etudtaa arrest, aster baving senouaiy wououau uomuuvo Butu. And this gang, too, include J some of tbe most desperate character tn the county, includ ing EU Brown, Bam Rivers, Uouer V. Uaon, Jako Tyler, and Birawn, This U but on Job of the secret service department, bat It Is samplof the way in which It doe IU work. Since CoL U. C. T. bitley, chief, enured upon to disoharg 01 his daUes, there have been more arrests and ouovkUous for counterfeiting than during the whole exlatenc ef tbe Oovernment beltirc. None but men of the very beat character .aru employed In IU service, and tho record testify that the heat Ulent la that line of business is eu gaged, Mr. Ancblsl, who 1 detailed et-largc, fes to Mississippi In a few daya to attend tho nitedButes Court there, where he hu a large number of cue on tb docket, chiefly fur coun terfeiting and Ku-klux operations "John ItUlIabaum and Edward Wilson, aceetn plteeaof Lang, who were released oor ball. weicaiisdajiddaUaited. They will b brought to J asuco without delay, however, u already orfiesra are on their track. Ia th cu ol Jame Lang, laaae's father, who was indicted for tbo same offence, tb death of the defendant wj uggeated fud a naife entered.1 T G ood Thace. 1 t Tuti action' of Congreu In redoclng the bur den on jasBufaaured tobacco to a lower am uniform rate of uxaUon hu been found to bo ot great benefit m the tobacco Interest an I to tho public revenue! The amount of tax paid during the third quanrr of tb Present year, under tho twenty-cebt tun, wu l,lgI,Tlt In the city of Richmond alone, while the amount for th oor responding quarter ot lut year wu nearly bslf a muiion ics. ' Utile eftaaTTar. Some ot tb BriUAli-Amsrtcin who ffot luto Fotu Latijtue, DcUwar, and Mcllenry during th rebellion are preienunji claims before tho mlxiod commisaion for detention, loss ot business. or laeoroe, acd Ul-treauncnt, and fellow-prison raof Aioertoaa naUonaUry, who hsvenojomt commUsSia to go to, are 1 urolahlog the neces 1117 proWof kid tmuatnt, oa truicv.