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if: riiwCi iLWKLXmLw mgIIlOiXCftl4 VOE. XIII. WASHINGTON CITY, D. C, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1872. NO. 14. AUCTION SALES. T J.ATIWKR i cr.EAur, float imtbwMt ennMr InnarTmnf a-, 1 Hl JUUt I m-anl ttt . in sir. Bur Offlo ValkUnr. 1.. An. 1 . OnTuUluiDATatha.tUi Instant, commeoc Ql Inr UN Cdockl in Iron of. our Auction U Boomm, w shall Bold ft epeelel m)i or tbe T'r'BK.'C LATIlUBtCMUT. dcltt Aqcltoneef. Pal arc Days BY Urf KKN As WII.LIA.HK. AMicrr Ma 1001, itortbwest tarnw Tenth ud I str-t. UfAffSli.VMffRI :Alt." .W-3. Wr"I1. S. I..2L iSWhSSfeil aY trfc? Br virtue of a dwd of trt to Joshua nuner soa m-veti, uug iwtnwmjr a. wo, ft ly rvnordad In Lib aamWed , i m, dhh ia omi rworosc-f KHanfwn, II mU at imbUe twtlon. In front of lb nntm. . ana rf aimniMi n Lna rnv iwwnt MrarM. (ml. til thaiaha-t felddar. TIIMhAT. lha mu turn iworoiDw, mj, o'oauca, i n., mi that fart S N 41, Of ?arQMa MWlTirtOO of nutra mo, in in txtyo. naaniBwion. qmiiimum Mtowai iWiaalur el a point In u-t lint of Tarrv-r (atoc cU4 Columbia) m( I f t Mat from th northwMt corn of ld lot 47, thane Muit fart. Uimoi north II fast. then M ai fee tlMore ooutta II If to bwtiiiilBr, pntn lhatMirtbernllfertrroat bf oVrbihiWof fotil aroreaski, toffMMr wit in nniirOTMTtMiM tarrwo, ronaUUnirof a bm! two-story brick dwtwun-. Tarmai tlfino Man balance la mc, twtJr, and katMHiinaTilb,taoaettradbradaadof trnaton UMproMrtri llMdepoaitot, ftcomAanoa of bid- If Wma o al Art oat eompUea with within fin day lVMJlMpnnfrtrrlIlMriitgU t Um risk And -H.rtwTO- delt-eoJkd AuctlOBfwr I AooUoiwafa and Kt EaUto Jfrt, - ANKLEOAKTI.Tri: on aatuhday u iURNlNO, DAOimbtf HlffXat II o'c4ocfc.in front of our i !tloo roorna, waaball tuonoor A. s. JOT lfrmnf A. Bntl flnlaruhl and In iPaVf act orrudlUoa. iriVfar TTtia dall ("Url 1 V UlTIMKIt & C'LRJinr. iT&iMiidwm. n?a tKWOOU. o'-vAT. th 17th laaful, at M rmock,onn ao4 NTinl CowmTllHftn ud Oalfw of ." "TSSi' Mwr1n taissafs,8LM!!5 .nrrra. aecu-au aucu. T Y OUKEN 6t WIlXIAIfM, Aartlanrt" AJ ion, oruwaai corner oc una ana v luraw. GRAND AND ATTRACTM rUjJE OF" TOTS, " An. AT 1 On TDE9DAT. beoambar 11. 1171, 1 trSS'lli . mbarll. laTLaonuaatlelna'al i o xi"c, a, m., ana tmuomuti, p dl. tua v unna dalir, rnomlnm and evenlnra, untU tba IlRFJlH HXI1H. ft. TESf.Tf!;sr1ffln0 fiM-iilA, Bs n.,andaUofrfock.txrn.,andocon.2S "atata to thaparcbaaer in feaalmpfe. SiitsriiS torass S u dlapoaed or. wa anau aau, at toe nraojna Mmui Ootbrif, nebrenila A7 Co., No.M Peni nk arraaa. tli worth of Terr desiraU desirabTa Toya, T"ernii Cb7r auma leaa than too, and ahora S5ttassa.uw BouasKS' mrssKS '- declM AaoUoweera. TY lATIMBtt cV CLEARY, , X Aaetlonera and Baal Eatat Broiata, Htmthweat corner otjmxL ave, and JUavantu atraat. t OfTI Iliill'flnLr. tsouTUWiUT. i Jfi. lr rlrtn of a deer of tba Hnnrem court tba Dlatrlct of Oolnmbie, r-4 In ehancerr DAY, th anth day of Sorember, lfTJ, on th prenv uoc, il, i wiu.ua b uik ' PAY, iua. ai a irnmi n. m . oner inr bbib ai vnniio UoQ IjOMT. a, w spa si,in iwpis iraa-M.lnlhiatilLr. I bav been anbdivldad Into ' uwi "" raan 1 Hlith atreeU, and unlnr back with that width It iThlEmiTXK. frontof forty feet on south l aiiar, inn ar uaimuruiru. IiaatBtwvllieaaaaalC and run back ret, betwe-n i Hnat width lr and la bnuror4 babnUdlnc. . no u ununn. vj m iww nd th. IJo to. thr .aSteCiftA'att -7" T.1-..11.J jit..Muk.winim,in raan 1 iiil b upareh-er-,r.ota aoH J-M', . TZ..1.. l.il. lrt. .t (ha. nil nihar OftlOO. A MVTantoTnr.an Couvy. AllUMIlpttWDWriW". A Uel-O-it of AM on awDhlot l-WINAW. uoQAd I SUrd la ) AiaOt-a-r. t "JLTtL. and twenty -on bav bo asMlvtded toalltkwforooMUlot.. .-.t lntoforVfct?W&AWVZI Iim on amith 1 at."r,. "Twr'Bt0?.u'. ." ,,'onmjr oac wn uui wiam itai . t,i&Mur tnCff irmk eixABr. Anctt. -- - rrnii offflRFQUEic ok ot the txcixxxacx w WBSXsssJSfsoBssxim TlTiaTIMKUfcCLJCAnT; XM uctmiBn, iiiii aw , AUCTION BALie OF, ft'lHJIJ m lara fha n nit a rain-dad Vi3VaocUon, in front of th i -rCZ-vtUmar a (Maary, corner . Ivan I a 1DHL Oat 11 Mi JSae.' U.rne-. UU th. pro,rtI Bist.rs5i5a- l" KnLw.i?VI . . Mi.Mq4&.' BV V. KHNNKDT. . Kl lauu Broier aa4A jettonfef. No. IU SeruiUi atfMWoppoau, fort Offloe. TEOSTirSPil.BOril.rAA'lIKfMr' Ml"'1 ra -W&xS&vSS&Si rtiilaol lamiM aal of Uv porch nt a la. ut til AM lib r-ldii lo rer TrJ ta.rTfltrit fed SourCr to b ai-vrovedb! mrehaM money Jw b pali Kli lah7wKa ( A hylhatrnata' or thawbol I tea (2 chVT. th TpYfciVol ivalnV tths Teoitrf thiVr. BWW u ' Trurtle. IhBuroliAar. i-fv-j ycZatda ..Air. 01 OnW? WM ail. t"c,.Jiiai. rfr --- iL,a alarnal ttU-aooDB. 1 BiniAl "-.-T:vTr-v.zi; I 111 flH iV " .ir.KiEri "isi If i, .f iSTt mSIuTu . ! tt?" tSSrJC ' ailiianiVkerB. "3nJTKS. r i41ert.lPlrBBCia- eon, 1 Uooa beda,Ttrl uf lnta tar alaffa. S e" "-rr : Urd of CATPCl patf aiMjBirJ "aTWJtTiAAvr tisffkSw IulDuU-r)g(W&(( vai-JMER fc CLKAKY.Aat-i BY fJUIvEM V WJI J JA.W Ajeiljwra a vimw ,""'" , - SHM!l .rtOla. WUTUW,i-4i.Mll. ' srehf, ' .. raUloaooUoo, In front ol lha vr!l !S W I builieat bidder. on TUUKHUAI. ana iio S?'Vt. oVrabar, at I o'elora, p. m . lot I. In auar. tVrrabutnil Vl a.o.re TeeL mora or Uaa. AXiuvryaasI il luivjiari -."j;;. dW-eodAda OT CALKOFjrnETBTATMBT: BBTEAUSUIPS -uua.utt.wi. sjrMAaTirRWT. Bnaxit'orCoNSTairawvar- wuHMutaM. Nornr it. w. ' I WUI t&xssxK&XJftixir!- :"?& ffSnSta li, p5laa "-"W " SlKa at thai Una of a7lHloaUo. and IK. ; ;3TVl.jU!ai.ojo lh. Na.yHetiwlUin A VALUABLE UORSE, , tTaaienrllT! lolhilMWaetlon of th recefrera. and rHfe-lt.oek :l&1iia l. aM.tir w Hifw." Viyf-in :nTL".7... CT f.".-;a'cnW-fi.n.7tCjaSi. K&niShWHlIrT. on MOllDAV, the IS1 d. ITiilBranaCJ'-saiWreaT. fi2Siiy5sfc.s.s-i,,riV.saS: S Lii.iTMi)riMoMiotMu ,. 0..v-i ":v'3v:7 w,si? , .t ; f. . ..: m D-tt from th dv of aal. lb f "a.-P"?""-1:-."-. i .1.- ..( . tn uia tu r t u um . v j.. oteaof tfa rayj LSSSMSCSaaSi la-VUur waawo-a ruw-r yiTZVOZSlD fmS.il .hnkVu-a. l rasa, a nra HI'wrc.' T-T'Ati WMl$Mh& . i! ZttliWrrvLTr&'irfimZZJZl uaon'a h a.. V.arv IhxpilTiaill WU1 DUBa X" -11. -". -j I h al Siaal lun itkiHvnnwHa, . , . . -,.i,tu,t tatitinua I baa. uiroi arcn,jrw. i.aiphiaBbaTiacnieiainiDu c"r":.:.:rjn. a:ri.iT;a,r7.v Vrtniinr itii. OBJ BaVy-- I ZJ.. I .J-.rfha-Tlaalai tnJili-Tukrie JLCTI0NSALES1 Fatar Days. U WAIX A; CO., Awtlawe. New Msrhl Mlk.inr, n petinayivtnl avenue, rorar jffWSi" Httifl. TtafWinhi oommraclnir at to o clock, wa will wtthln ouf m ii attractlT Una nf furullura. Aa . iUa of f ft RnMvnMPtamv 1 nrtavlL i HeoooU-band rUooa,t orUrvtioola ndroTrra, rood taftkfca. I Parlor Huiuw, In m and halirloln. I flna Parior Unit, txmdoo nwka. Idd Walaat Clumbt-r SnlUa, with Anming. . CotUtra Hflta, Imitation Walnut Wardrtttwa. Marblavtop fl irOMTWhatnota, UaWff, lin. Wainnf UrUo4op Hall Bait. Carrad 11 iiw U hWa tfkl- VlltHMM Abo, a lot of aMond baud rarolturf, mnoTfd to Alan, a tin of 44 and W Oil dot ha, TY LATOIKIl cV CXKAflV, 19 Auctloofwra and Hal Fjtuu Broker, Boothwrat eornfT of l"nnfTlrnIa artuaa K)tUi atTMt, bUr OOWa BaUdlnir. XXKCXTTOR!! SAtTl Or HIITPRtOB UOUSKIIOLD lutujjka Huuainu, iwonnofT i, ibis, Lmr at la aotnrk. In front of our annUoo inul aall Ibf'foUowtmrattiiartnr Faraltara, to our BtnrtorpDtiYaolfinoaof aalai ovad to our abort for eon vat a rHnrh Plata Mntla Ulm inn ana vrnanvnia. Mirror Jlaektmrra. nP and lAa CarUlna, Lminrra rlna UnuatH ThrWpf and fur OnaanparbOlafk Walnut Marti NuiMtn, llal -" an.1 riialra. nfTaln Cariirta. la-top iumaiurr net. BuUrinr Foathar Uolatera tnd tOlnwa. fXKUra rurnltara. IXnlnifJabla and Chair. ! (Vwiktrur and U ffltoTra. KHcbraBaanialtMj.J Traiaaah Bf ordar of lb nventar. . LATIMEH at CLEABT, Aortlonwra. dttS-dfeda 8ur.) Y IATI?1KU a CJI.HAUV, Toal Auowmrari aud tvai wi iiroiara, itnwaatcoriMrlVwin.ara.and ElrrraUi atraat, tUmr iMIiw IlnH.Hn triTErTfl BMJi OF VAIjTaBLE IJtfrilOTTP URAL fcaTATR. QN NOHTH HTKKFT, BrV IKAL IUITATr ON NOHTH K HTKKFT, fit WKKN .rirrKKMTU AND BlXTtJENTU ITHVKTR WrVJl-tT Br vtrtna of a dVrra W tba Snpnrna Oonrt of tha plairtct of OotnmUa, naaaad n a vbancarr raitaa. V a. pu, John Francla Ivood. ooTnplaloant, y. lf.W. iinna ax., riMrnaania, on wa im 1J1, 1 anaU offer for aal al jjuMI xim, db in ihu ua aalaal nuhllt) ai lar of novrmbar. auction, In front tnlafa,on MONDAY, tba Mb nnHf-aTJrnt(Ta,.TB pUtrk4VTmprod t UlT.onKorlbK atr i.r ;.'k . :r j"r.i.jiri. IDcm wiiu loniui m inim it lucnn, lu muiig inrbra, to a public 'mm K atrant h a aller, ( fret wl da and aorraal aldaalW U Mwtfrjaad HiiMfl imn & mm dj- a ontalnina' LHi aqaar mediata Tldalty of Boott aquaraand UtaAxllnrtoa Terma'ef aalaiOna third eaah: tba realdna In Miaal InalaltmMita al ala atul twalva month a. llh In. Waat from thadar of aaiaVaeonrady tba notea of I tha vurcaaaer,or iucmd,h um nuonw t v. unon in ttavBHMii ni uia ' Him ihaaTmii ofllia la tmrrhu SiV wuamaaraatanu tna final rauncaoon of "W'li. ih.,M .T7j k.. i fnl ., I tateraat and tba final UflcaUonof 21mi etate to thpnrcba-r In fee simple, HnnnDCiLT- 1. : I -.:. t r: . -..- i -T -.! iMKHt nw inantirrnuH lr Urmi are ni wlth In flva (lara, the trtartee reaarvea tl ymsg&w. notice. coat oi in MuNpAY.tb IW7 , and pU. . r order ?! rieelMAAa LAT LEARY. Aucts. BY UKKKN fc WlLMAlfM, A act I oarer. Mo, lil northwest oorner Tenth nd D streets. RrtHTErd bale dF BmLpiKp,"Af57y GINK, BOILEBU, 1'LANINU UACHINU. By Al iivtiy, M J. a.ll II ia-i " "nr ..n.,T.1. rc?. Kr3jrriaa"2--" .u and flair reooroea wMf "" ."li'i'TJf the Un d record for w.".Vi"flu0-cii fTlU?ni 5 Z trtrtpf I t .1 mil innpi iiamua f mumt'-w"',Tm .:' , '. ;, w rii!iL.- a Tk inn U a aVilnrk n. m.. onthapremlaM,attbe C4waer fMarrUi.d avmiif, canal and fhJril etnaolhweaLaUJhmkt, title andinlereai of . to, or U aald lot. and all lb biilld oT V. .r.u., ..-.-- v.-?.-".: i I.i:.I' sndinlerea) Term. of aia t Una Ikira can; 0150 w m 11 moathB, with tote,reanrd bri a deed f 'ruat on lb propertr a-ld. Oaelinndrfid dollars dou when the propenr itruci I pu(vb-ir- eoat. 1Mb i No. I lAik AMI) (niAMbKR HillTKA. I MATTUfiSKHTia . A fA 0TI Ml4rontoom- KS lied with within flv "TTV 1 .. .tT IIil.iu. anil QUBl "i V'" oriainuiii ifS 1V (HIKKN ic IV1M.IAMH, Aaellj.ee., i nan J5 Br virtu eT a rjd to th Bupern ' JLi Court of th DlatrUA ftfumbia, to aulty . -..,. Ma rllaane W. Linn villa t u 312 ZSr3im& A. Jtf !.9v?'lfi m thauiklj 'afJ OI lMVUBDIa. uriuiuiur a, ui, hui.iw r wet cornar f Btidy ad Uonirreaa atreeui rnnniii t thence north anJ JSSSSSSaSSSSiSaasta JGStffffiT K.'l-i'Si XSX.'X. l.",?o1 n.m.1 rtar.G Bv,i!5r.fovgSiAKSr WMWBBtta B&S&SSiHSSm a4 k,.4TU'!!l B 1PJr.y,Z?ZZZiJZ 1(1 day of 6ecber, irrtTofdere-f tntU.report of th oar 01 utxtbo , iai,rui " tmUfi UwWwe, appoint! byto O al of loU and it In wmar M, la beretoror Imen filed Inoourt, t rHr. 1ft 1 ratlAwl auit nm. on or beior th rilb day I Tldid. thai eopy of IhU ordei I Bora nwpeT nuMlahed In tl Deccmlier, 1ST1; pro. ler shall b rintd to 1 tbe ptMtriet or omum- bU, one a waa lor a wak for thi weeks lu lb mMntlm. .""l"i la fcty uta twiurt. iyt atlourt. a. wii.ik, Weor. IdcA.Tkw) R.J.MEia,i;ra. N TUB 81TPRRMK COtTRT OF THE D1B- TMUT OT IM n I rsun ur iitHJanni- a.-..,- "' I . ..m tf - n..i,a J. (Wl, UI a ll4w ... ... '. ......! . . w. a. u.nojr. and wiuiata r. MawnaiTi iru"- . P" 'aw repoHfd to th. ouurt Uiat on th. IWi u.r or Sieb-r7ln, Ih.r aoU al pillle .notion M ; I. n "!"' J " ISafHr of .WaauiLKan.lLO.to K"T'r, r" Ha iy DeViber.laotBred that wbl al be fluatly ratlnad and ronAnnu In January, 1ST. MlW eu ihnwn nrlnr to aald dari 1 nrtdonthearetTlT-HDAY iua totn oomraryu lrovlded a copy of thla iruer opuiuianeuomw weea ior iiirra ruwt ms i-rwr a bam nay w idaimii.v pitwibi. BUOaM newBpMumr, , ritMUourti A. nii-ia, trneafri B. J. Mama, rlerk. Aa. daa-ThJw rHI9 le) TU GIVE NOTICE THATTUEBUB- . Bonner oa oluidoi mi tf th pUUicrcSmulil, I no th Hujaretne Ciourt bHdlnjr a Hireoial Term. . U n, oti lb eraon IfUer of. i al4nflli D U , dwei All ifratm havioc olslra evaluat aval laaasanv Braiaaail Ui attrhlhlt thB , ilTtj lb vvu-hsrs tbejtV belgr tba )rtV day .u, f wtaifcy lav be a4ut ft il, wU iua BuiBM-fiwr, una iSb.Ii thar niar im - tf cabeMab FfvmalllieueAliAf tbe dA.TM AdiulnUuaU.r d.li draeu.d. -All oeriooa bJ Inif cl.lma arall fcrTucuWrlW otherwis aatd att. mi $$&? JBSS&- itiyrn nnui "iVlWIW f Feliruary nt, and a tV iwh day U 4ib. SM7MSiy&7SSini.o.. raporoth.iljrof aal th. ' police, atalln that he w ,, munlerer otthe1nor the Mlkvlool Japan ehoukl not lie (W-. .'i.HS,ESJ'''1l'r?,,SJ','",,wI7,,,.ly,?'l,' . , omor or liulallna. A conatnotlon, aa well aa leToUi street, Taffif li On alxth cash, and th balance In I thrnrl"ai monthly rrmfrt. with lotere-t atlb I : 'ijtL .. '.iitiw narannnm (nun daV faf Bale. tif mi. t imbue vwrz'i.fjznszztzzzji inizr TSisss. Buctloa rwooaa of 3 1-! rexitilred of thepurchaaer at t me of erf Eleventh tre. i aVwfrfacta nd atamm al coat of 1UT-Iovonajncr,I"r-"IWISS'i ' ?ATTINttliY.I , Oirty of naxmu J " rHjLjr AUINIJLLE Relvrra. IK.a tliuiiirimn, im itiMir. ' AurUnneera. rilHIM HTO GIVE NUIILU THAT nisi blii JL WJUWCRhaa oi.tataad from tba Baprema Cuurt ollbe Ll-tnol of Ooiunbla, holding a apeaial tertu? Uttera teats ojeuUrr on tbe paraonal falsi SHnr.ma . r.?f:iai.of Wasbturtoti Bounty, p i' . ; iaA..ai u i 11.1 bu iiuieavwwMjivH. "ivwt im rini''r i AllSrSHi'isi i tw. r HiiT.".'.rrv2 TLi-1'.vcirjT. that aald p FOREIGN. THE, FRENCH ASSEMBLY. Nameraaa Prtltlom far Ita Dtaaatatlaa MaaltVataartha) fff awbara f the 10 Th Dratataa Qaaattaa arDlwoI. tlaa t Tmk Ilara a Pa l ar Jay III. vcJPa Wlf rVHaaaly III A Caatpaar OTsaalaW.la BallJ lha CaaaJlaa Pa. rlflr naltrMd. FRANCK. Mnairrataaf ManWrar lha Left. rilUjl.Dfl,ll.-Aminlffito.t!t-Tir-l brM.M. Oambetta, Crtmleui, Looli Blaoc, Qnlnat, and elghtr-ali meraher of tha txtrema tad node rata Left, It pnbUihed to-day. It demand! a pax-tflo and legal dlsaointloQ of the National Aa. tarabij aa the onlj meina ol hToldln( t reah dan. ffere to the coantrr, m the dlrtilon in the Auem blr tenderi the BOrtrnment povertrai. The eddreae expreaaM tronc dlupprortl of the preaaQre now bains exerted to bring aboot diaorder, which, ai haa been hitherto prored, ceo only remit In adrentafe to the anemlaa ot Franee. Naw alectlona will conatltate a com pact minority In the Aaaembiy. eecortne; ma oh tlaa therein to the admlnlat ration, to rroaMent Thlrra. and for the MUblub.ro.ent of rr puollcaa Inatltntlona. The right' of petition to the Aaaemhtr U rlilmed to be inrlolable, for an attack anon It nuuiu vw au attach un ioe inniipiea 01 oniTrrau aiffrare. rarrnowi for rmaowmoi or nri AMtniLT, PlUB. Dacll-Tba nnmhtr of nalitlnna inr the dlaaolatlon of the National Aaaembiy clrro latlng for algnatarea tbrooirhoat Parli and the dCDartmenta la areatlr Increulmr. Th nrafa-ra of aevaral drpartmenu, where the morementa iibtw iuomru lurminani proponiona, oare neen aramoned to eraalllra. Memnera of the Moderate Left are la feror of the dlaaolatlon or the Aaaembiy, The Iftlke da BroeHf. a Monarrhlnt. fiaa hrn elected a member of the committee of thirty In Claoe of M. Foarton, who bee Jnnt been appointed I'iim v ui . ruuiiun, wnw d Minuter of labllo Works. The rltv was Vtslted bv territ.t a-al atn. day. several building wrre demolished and others damaged. a errs am an. The .Amft newananr. of Maraelllea. haa haan appreued for violating the pre law. "tb on uineuLcnon niio run katxhoat, VCMatIt . 11ml Itln tha Natlnnal aaaam. hly to-day M. daalende expreaaed a hope that the Aaaemblv wonld not dlssolva he (ore it bait a. cured theoomplete liberation of French territory. The Deputies of the Riolit snhmlttod a nrnnoaL. tlon assigning ftatnrday next fortheillacnfwtnn ot the petitions for the dlaaolntton of the Aa- (lamhetta therennon ascended the trirmn. I and. speaking with great flriand derlalon, sap- , ported the proposal. Ha concluded by saying to the Right on behalf of the Left: "Our Impatience for the discussion equals yonta." Tha Aaaemblr adontAil th tnntlnn ami flra.t the debate for Patarday amid profound agitation. The member of the Left hare since expressed regret at their preclpltaUen.aa It le Improbable that the Left Centre win aupport the movement for dissolution, which. It is bow believed, raa scarcely omain no votea. CANADA. The CaaaJU farlne ltllr. Toronto. Dec. 11. The Mnil (Government or. m.i --,.- ,w u.i.u 2. LI ..;. Iwl ll ta JllnHiS- tSSSl 8SSS2 fi oc tn -.n.lnni. , liUUlf INV I ni , ,. i n....tf ria.ii Mn..ni..-..m ... I . .M-4Jll?inff.KB-,i . to this city lielween the iflth ami toih nisiaul. (1RKAT D 111 TAIN, inwiwiv iw TT v?JUn.i.. n......i 1 IM1WV lire. 1 . Vlrooo t. nrsronmrl.1, ' Uie.lfrnf I)ltrll. n Mrlomly 111. IlUrnrlPa Wife III. kMI'lOUK. nirMarJerer of .M.alTllirTltr. ... ., " . . . ,, . . W "J0".''"'."'-AJ? WlL n,'.11'. ' MlittohareanrrenlereahlnmlrtothJtrooklrn onileraUoU from with a ntatol Uahoot htiiL. bhe met him dallantly and refused to listen to hi eotreaOea to reform, I Jt1 TFtim?t.?1Tr e Pork.Mt"d t auppoainashelnteedtodnwAtiol he in a height of frenxy shot tie TUa MifNI AeWOCIinOIt. March to, the date of the admission of the Bute iniu ld i niuD. iiuumi wnera memnfn mil meet In dally Intercourse will le aeenred. IK THS TBI AUF U. 1RUU to-day formnMer of Assessor Anderson, Prof. Doretnus teamed that be hal xamlaei the atoniach anil Inteatluefl of tha ueeeaaeiL anJ . f,,,iir.. mm. .nJ ...! -l..iol." In. ' SSScV Vn.l !. ,SUM In.h.-t,V.le.. I One to two grain, were aumnent to pncluce . death. TUI LOM ONI HCKDKXO AND rOXTg TH0CSih DOIXAHA. Niw York. Dec. 11. it U now sUUd that tha loaa by the fire In the Fifth-avenue hotel Is $MV Duo. The Insurance on the building I f,w, and on the furniture IJVloo, tbi rouMrrtRK or rxtkntt ha mede a nubile protest against the course of Mayor 1111 In appointing bead of departmenu on the eve of us nlireiuent from office, and re- solved not to favor pj hpeoU or legisiatloa at Albany thla winter which look Qniy to pirty jr- grandurment. . tiijv aiaiia.ua .ULUifiUK. The bbeyf a?4if eaapia la Take rarala of . .. .. ' .... . J. .i I Cardial, t ll. MOMTOOVxar, Ala Dee, II. About o'clock alon,'fiherllf Btrohaib apnetred In th. Benew WnM bf wotber obtajno,! an enlrj.. The. are aad aald he bad a warrani irom (JoTernor Uwl. 't'uS'"'1";! M L",u',"lW"I.miSb."', to tat. poaaenlon of the Capitol: whereupon the '"Sji,'J1J il'WSJJJS'Ji' ,S1?.0..'1 Senate ordered lu aeranlit.rma to arreat tb, mlltee, of which he la chjUiroan, to niramatj a aherlif lor contempt and hold blm In cuatodr (rentleman (whom he namea) for temporary chair lolMirnVlriiiD7lM.hertlf. TllU.8u, "S,"S"JiS,.l., KaKSf1!: did not re.1.1 th. arreal but explained that he , red, baa monf lu "nem'rv In i addition to waa tnereljKMInc under orJert and aili- &iSW1&"SSiP,l5S ElaiDi ID lha Henate. waareleaaeiL I torn, ol the oily of New Orleana, the aurreyor or '9jC17?zr?l.Z ..J rTTT.. . i. Inn nort-.ha iMMlmuter. uaeaaor of Internal Fill .IU, U.UIN.UI. .NO V.l.lLCIll.ll. W.. Ill ten... ami thfeoral omcera autloneil near the ;;s!?; .p&TiMTa tAr. Tb Henate antnonxeu iu aergeani-at-arm to summon a poaae at tha capltol to act anlnat any tKJt Federal force, and then adjourned, i The sheriff appeared before the door of the I House, txuth sfrjrcent-at-armi refused admit. unce axnspi in iht Fnieral force, and the aherltT withdrew. 7 The Legislature In the ronrt rera 4ma.J another i-eraon to a Beat, who, according to the official retorns, waa defeated by a Urge majority, J IK PACIFIC COAHT. TrP Heat An i- i" I-dlaa. Him FuAwcwrt, Dec llroop mmmanilc4 by colonel Btone, numbering erw-p"vfn" . ?. .... 111. !.. ..k..Blf,...nIUllO ICI, alrafaiiiir, urr.vu, vu iniu im ,, -- Indiana. TUX aTKAMTH SArHARCNTO. The ateatuer Fidelter ha been chartered to proceed to the aal.Ui.c of the steamer Bacra mentn. and will sail lodar. A BTTLR WITH Till -tOIHW INDIANS. Bam Franciwo, Dec. 11. Tba Modoo IndlQ have retreated to Wright's cave, on tbe aouirt west aide of Tule Uke, Oregon, with their chil dren and eauawa, ami have laid In a good aupplv of provision. The cave I on hivb uble-laud, and cover about three acre. It haa an under ground entrance, narrow and easily guarded. It la oahiulated that any Modoo warriors, with a number from Pitt rtyer, and aeyeral Ilutea with them, are fortified with them, in far. 'niirtaeu ae tiler have Ihwo killed In the war Henry Miller was tortured to death. Atmut forty ateuoiw nav im-u hiqi. oir nim-j""! tpnniia are in th fleliL heslilBS the volunteer. A party or scouu who left Falrchiid on Hnn day have not since Iwcn heard from, and fear are entertained lhat they have been kUled or captured by the aaragea. ..,,,... A deaclalve battle Is exported at White f,av provided the Indiana hold Ihe poalllmi long enough, . MiHHiCIIUHLTTH. ue....... -':';''; '" " H"- nl.r "aaiarr. nnsnr., iwe, u, In the Maaaarnuaetta nouae .-.a.k.1 a,.. HhAl AlVaaal fha fnllniaHnai to-day Mr. Hoyt, of Athol, offered the following preamble and resolution, which were referred to frta nnmmlll-a nn ITMitMrBl ItelatlnnS! VVher4h lion. harica Humner, a Senator from Maaawtaiuelt. J)l proposed on tb floor of tne rniieo Bums nei to erne from the flag inn iitiid tie reamer ni we i ntlona. memento, and tofcSBS Ol . mementoes, and token of the battles and vicforlea of tha Union amis In He late war of Ihe rebellion: Therefore, joa.JeM.1. That this attrniDt to deirade Ihe loyal aldlera of the nation and their grand acblevemeUa meet with our uaquatiaed con- demoation, end rotrit ihe disapproval of thl nnmMna.aall h thn. ullMIAIhlaaanlail VVIMiai'Mlinil H aaa,-j ,Haw, vp -,.,-,, Fatally I)red by a, Fall. Cntcaoo. Dec ll.-By the fall of a .c.ffol.llnj at tba new Tomer hall, on North tlart atreet, vutnwii t-ii-w.. one Ag uuay voqaded. TUglilrl.lllhQI4Ni;rRUI0EXT, raidOrl has reached hr th t ). Win j;ntorrai th defaulting prtament oL the VaniaeYlaa W2SKB, ffSWU. LOUISIANA. QOV. WARMOTH'8 MESSAQE. The Hltaall frwn HI Ntandpotnt Re tie wedIf a Iaanee Another rroelama-llay-Tk Kellaag IaUlatare A b 1 1 ah tneHeTeath nml RIrIiiIi DUtrlct Conrta lira. Inaatreet In Comma n 4 af lhe MIM(la-The Offlprr Itrfae la Obey I.aff afreet, Niw OaxiiKK Per. ll-Tbe Lynrh and Ilaw- ktna retnrnlng hoard make a material cnanxe la the reauit of the city and pariah election. They return ai the Judge for the Dlatrlct Conrta, which were ctoae and not determined by tha QOTernorn board, K. Menuier for the Third, and B. Lynch for the Fonrth, All the Ilrrmhiican candhiaiee lor uongreu are retained. mi titond-LaYimumai to-day paaaed a bill abolUbltig the Setenth and Klrhth dlatrlct conrta. and creatlnr a ftanerlor Contt with exclnalve )nrtlkUonln laanlng wrtU oi injnncuon aau maaaamua m au caaea m wnicn the HUte. city, and Metropolitan Board anaii be m ilxori cojrmiTT em. A reaolatlon waa paaaed arraigning O. W, H, fom the bar of tha Ilonaa for contemn! In faan. lngUielnJnnctlon yesterday agalnat rinchback- lHit um(iniiivriviwvaiiv juimjia. By order of acting Horernnr rinchhack, Oen. Hugh J. Campbell haa been relieTod from active duty, and Major (leneral Jamea Longatreet, of the Lonlalana SWte mllltla, haa been aaslgned to the command of the first division. Thla move ment la donhtleat made with a view to relieving the United Htatea troopa stUI on daty at the M rna rmoif LirjiMnTBL Nrw OaLtiM, Dec, ii, The ration Legtalev ior I" in icwiun, wiin qnorura in ooia nuuaa. Oen. HoghJ. Campbell ha ben chosen preaU dent of the Senate, and J. C. Uononre Speaker ol the House. Joint committee were appointed to notify the Governor, who soon thereafter sent to the Joint aeaaion of the Benate and Uonjie the following meaaaget wAHMurnn x am ana. niw vikliuiiii, lyvccinwrr il wia. rrltotr-Cirttn a tin Hrwof a Mom tfrrtrmt. ((mw nf la JtMtt of XatriftXN' Gkmtlkmkn! Bv a ancclal provision of tha eon. atltutlon the Governor la eafhorUM to conreno the Oeneral Aaaembiy in extraordinary session whenever, la his opinion aa Executive, the occa sion demands such a meeting. In the exerclae of such a power al this time I feel sure that I have not exceeded the llraiutlona of duty, and I trust that mr art will receive the approval at one of your honorable bodies and of my other fellow rltfxens. The condition of public affair preaenu , a perilous laaue which will require the patient at tentlon. the mature reflection, and the prompt And decided action of thoneaeraj Aaaembiy. perversion of tbeonllnarT meaalagof theKntr. l'"h tongue, call themselves Hepubllcana have aet on foot an attempt to rerolutlonlxe onr Bute government, which. If snoceaaral, can only re sult In anarchy, contusion and tha deatrnctot of both the form and spirit of oar Hute organisation. The first act of the conspiracy waa their coo temptoon defiance of one of the plainest provi sions of the constitution of Louisiana, where they nominated as candidate for Governor a peN eon then and now a Senator of the United BUtea, and aa candidate for Lieutenant Governor a per son then and now ihe collector ot customs at thecltyof Hhreveport, Article M of onrconatl-l lunula, M ,ui biv nrii.n.iv, unf.iH .vi lOWBI MNo member of Congress or any person holtU l"T oiiimi i uuti uiv i ii it vi oiatn iivicriiuirui ingomca nnuer me i nii-n nisiesiruvernnieat tn mwntlon il thl, trtlcle I, pp.rnt. II U j, n omJ,lf (rom Mln, n,,no,r or palron. W ' th.1rpo.Ulon, mijef thfPwlurUAtlmlnl. t .. . i..lrkU.nr ra.ifnmlii.ilnni .ml ...! ,- ....K- - aAaa .l.ll.. n.l I liatltlll " r,ii itanv mi vuiril c uiflMlu.lluu, ami I rote. To aav that itwaa ntenuaumere t to Prevent a person from being, for example, a memlwr of Congress and a Jnremor of onr Mtt.1 at th aiim tune, la aimmr alumni. Fine I one eron to discharge at one and the same time the dutlea of Governor In this HUte and those of a member of Congress at w MlUniton, u .nuiltnt iHf.fcal ImpowlMlllr w(irt tu, liniti of in, rcn.uiotlon n,l, I m,y w,l.of ev,rr roo.lltnllon inch 1inl.Uo. bu I I ever h(t well mow, require! no f nntliraenul toe ew, or, itiimeror, mm he wilt not tole. I Un to pre enu A, wall mlaht U bare been da- rai. the perveralon ot KerieraJ aatborllr, anil the iUrl.Uul the prealdent of the United RUteaJtitiaM of th. military, hf tneana of which the MDnmnui. wuiie nnmui. nut nine., ur inp.m Inorol Uralalana-aa well alrooat mlirht It bare . iw,n enacte.1 that the AmerU-an Mlnuiter at Her. nnB Luf Inaawlhar thla arelnla maaana naMln wtt nn ona ,1, conUnoa to be at one and the , um9 tlmt a member of Congress and the Gov- ernor of onr Bute, 1 not to give It any aoch rea- Mna&le construction. I 1 can aeebntone object la the minds of thoaa wao paaaeu tola aruc,e,anu tnat waa to pr- uui tica ne I nt I ml. 11 lh vntera at' tha noil. In brief, It waa Intended to prevent precisely uch a seen aa waa enacted in Baton Kongo in Jdne I laat aneh a at ate nf thlntra low nut In lenn. I anly the iwace and the prosperity of thla great il..-.. i.h .V...U.. . r. .. .I..1..,. . a...... . ... tf.i.. u..... h..i.i... . ..... ""!! '.'."' "'ir.-?. ";"."";".- '"J T K Shnown tt the PpSW'.rri be i ri utlnnonal.w il.j. llor, th. Haem-1 t.llnf nflth Dartr eon wen tlon. ?... L..ITa. ..!- J T.knr & .ka VTall I AdmlnUtratlon far the offlcs of llavarnar. Th I Iia in ncraiiivu a in iiihvv u ins .latiixiai i ..w,. . .,!. ,.Jak. .a.. ji,...,..... a- rrk.. k collector ot the custom at New Orleans the United State marshal, -"the postmaster," the a ecaeor and collector of Lnurnal revenue, and aU the rest of the army of Federal officeholder ! throughout tba Bute at oncedeclarethathemust i tie nominaveu. ine conveniioii u aaiuuiai in i a country town, under tbe gun of a Federal gar- I rlsoD, whose troop toe year before bad, nuiteri tb. olli-ni of the same Federal ofl-cohotdera, nr -oumled and controifed a party eonvention. The hall to hlcn the convention la to aaaemhie la, by anoUMe conroiion oi legal proprieties, puced ssras under the charge of deputy United BUtea nur- aaia .nrf nnnna U futnnlifail fi.anl, nnlH. h ' baa a ticket algned by the United Bute marahal ,... blmaelf. Tbehonrroranernniing and tne nau run or ' .--'-I .. .. I . " ..... i , rercnoe, Seputy couectora ol tha port ol N ainnna a fuimniiiiea nn rmicmiain ib biihiiiil4-ii from a memorandum plaoed by the Unlte BUtea marshal In the hand of th temporary chairman, and the body adjourn to await the action ot this committee. The work of examining the credential of two hnndred and fifty member requires more than twenty-four houra. Dele te Duly Ciecien are aaaen me qucauon wneiner, admitted, they will support thla United Bute ftitoi lov tba nomination aa Governor. Those who agree to do ( r. promptly admitted, white enonah of thus who relautUT are releoted to tdake his nomination sure. In many balance IrVvlaral emiilnvee. not realdfinu of th DSTlshflS thev claim to represent, are Placed on the roll a dlogatea in the place of those that had been ex. ontmnunloated. The chairman of the committee on credential I a collector of internal revenue In one of the richest diatrtcu of the Bute, while one cf l&e other member I a United Bute marshal. , , Meantime the ranraA for nominations goes on. The friend of one of the opposing ramU- Sitea call upon the collector ol theiwrtof New rleaa. ra hrtttneMn-Iaw of tbe President of tha VMM StaWi 14 r $ M W $ num" for whom they choose lit ibeV party iar Gover nor, and that they will not Ira dUturbed In their positions In the rustom-hoasa If they exerclae auch freedom of choice. The collector peremp torily refuses to glva the assurances, and tha delegate retire with the conviction that their vaaa nl lieieDBIHB IHlk lilfl in UatllliUa.au Ml IUV continuance in in riupiuj ui iuc n,nuii ,,. ernment deiwmls upon their aupport of the camll- ilai. nf lha L'nileral onlflala. fier iwenty-iour noura-ueiay ine nooj iact.ni In this wv usemblea In the ball, and whru large niimthet. ol reladted delaiiaM. dounrlklbtf -iil 1 the ablest alid beat of the leader, rise one by one to protest aoalnat the oomihittee'a report, their voter tredrowneil by the clangor of a hrMbnda.n.j the screams of a crowd of buU He imporM from Mew OrHn. for the purwise. Tha nermanent oreanlzatlrin la than u,,n lor nf th tHirt of New ll r lean Is made iter maneut prestaeutiaud the chief deputy of the KiitihrXrfmStf uJfffl'1 .unMn all or nearly all redei ) , T, mU ot u, roifdbioloMa i i " T.T ... ..... . w-t..J.j UI n-iiLi.ij! tba aananaiht Tl orrice-hoid- the Udt lhat a i n,ijority preaent were holder o office under . , I'olteil BUU Govarument, The balloting ihosHna. and fin all t tha result Is announced, anil the United Bute Benator U nominated by a ma jority of one vow. Then come the campaign. The cmtom-house la Oiled tn oversowing with Ihe men epiploicd, aot for any use they could poasliily be In their hi q try, Mil for supposed political Influence Thu are qt Ibroukh Ihe SUle a raotaaseni i. are P- ttifcourses n n puii-raui Tti,a urst iiiua (.-;-r are paid a employee -ol Ihe (TotrrniRein, discourses music at the meetings ot the taudl. dltes. an MeHmeni la UM uimmi every em . T. ... aa.... ... II.....I u wllhln a: an anaeaHmeni i iai uinki ervrj ri li re aud officer ol (he United Bute within ' ptoyre aud o tlu(Mj ) P" J OW J" expensraoi tne campaign; irWutht-tlM the organ of U Hq- Itor, sijppo.rteqtittq aksesAinent of kejeu iei departmenti from the pay of (he einployeea ot the national loetruualn la New Oileane. CCDl, uajilHtir1! tBVU IUMI VI IB UleHll VI tl rv."."j'i-.-r.-L"rri" -". "-:.::r. ." I iiiaunt hnm In Alabama, under an election Uw introduced py tni am aenator, ana nastenea inrougbCongreiiaby the aid of th AdminUtra- I Jfton, ant) kouwn a tb KtUog election uw. The Jndge Is earemoneii to appoint a inpc rvlaor of registration for every pariah and two commis sioner of election at every election. These ap pointees, with deputy marshals who In some Instances numtxred twenty! e in a single par- i-ji parancnj nun aiiiriai nEuges cmniazoaeu on their coots, and In many cases aopported tiy Catted Rules troops, surrounded the polls and attempteihy ihisorriciAi and even mlliurydia. play to intimidate the people and prevent them fraan voting agalnat the Aenalor Of the Unlle-I An elimination of the return ahows that In those parlshee where large bodlea of bailiffs and troops were thus used the Intimidation was such that seven thousand voters were prevented from attending at the polls and voting on the day of election. These are facu which can ba proved beyond a peradrenlnre by abundant testimony. They are recoonted here not heraase I have a fondness for dwelling no such naoseatlngdeuila, bat 10 exhibit the evils which must have teen an- Daiioeininit weevil which must hare been an- urinated by the framereof the o institution when they placed this prohibition in that instrement. 1 aubmlt to thfeneral A em hie ami tn mv era! omce-hoMerla capable of being a lawful candidate fuf the office of Governor or Lieut. Govemor.or la rpable ot being legally voted I foraaauch; and whether all votes cast forrandl- date thus notorlouslvlnellBlbte. ar tint l null i and voM, and, to a legal acme, Ineipahte oi With this interpretation the article ha a mean ing which recent eventa hare displayed with a palafnl proinlnence, while with the other inter pretation, namely, that It almply Intends that no no shall hold the two positions at once.lt 1 vail ntgh rfleADinglesa, Ulng red-seed to a, pm. hjbiuonof an aet which no law maAj,-iVl anslcipato and no aane man atumpq aadaoV trin ouairators, having been defeated fltthe pom in rptit of uetr extraordinary plana, aec W nouify ue voice of the people by Inadtataaia alu Hytrin the circuit Conn of tha Uniied maaaa agalnat tha Bute of Loulataaa. The Governor of the Htat being made a prtn rtaal defendant aa Goreraor, and it being tn. leaded by the blU to restrain him from perform- Injr certain acta aa Oovarnor and tn eomnai him to penorm certain other acta aa Governor, they have procured the United Bute attorney aa a solicitor to file the Mil; they have, in utter sbAJnelessDeaa, tried to bold out to the Jndge be fore whom, aa chancellor, tha Mil U pending the hope of reward by fabricating telegram irom Washington to the effect that an unexpected vacancy in tha Hapreme Court of the united Bates may be tilled by an appointment from tale part of tha rountry, and publishing theae pretended dispatches several times la their official onran. thev have flleri in th eaaea nri thousand afridavlle, ao' called, made on forms P-Ui ii?1 J!U,.m..!.t, f w Or- leans, and Olstrlbnted broadcaat throughout the HUte, and now 11 edun and arneil ehienr with lt "A?!.0'!"1 reponi' wJl? T tnT ,,,,, I iM,Th0,fhV il.h,?.Ii.tu.elecU2n , 'wm hT I .SaJ S-f. SKlaft"0' "P!1-to eue possession of the Bute government, after having been defeated in the eleiUon.WM through the oieratiQn of an injunction, in the prayer for which he falsely swore that It wa- the Intention of tbe Governor and the retiring officers to mull Uta and destroy the election returns, and aa falsely swore that thla proceeding was a neces sary preliminary to Bnll Which h lnten.la.1 tn bring. -i ne lac was mat tne return conclusively proved his defeat, and hi object waa toohuln MlCh orders from lha rtintrlrt Indira, alttlna-aaa chancellor, aa wonld enable blm to substitute for th legal returning officers others of his own ahoire; his partners and confederates In thecon- Ji,h nj prvcui ine maa.nu.nc oi me I nitetl ute marshal and United BUtea soldier to avert legal opposition to his scheme to selxe upon the Bute capltol, to exclude the elected mem ber ot the General Aaaembiy. and to constitute Iicftiauu.,,) iwif tumiiutwi oi persona aeiecten y bU agenu and proclaimed elected without ven the nretene of leral mtnmi (Warmoth continues al great length, charging Vie returning board with making fa and frauiC nlent returns, Ac, and conclude as follows: The ureMndail llonaenf Henreaentatlvaia hi preferreil articles of Impeachment against the Governor, and the remnant of tba Benate, tn ooneett with the fraudulently-admitted Henaeors. have the But archlrea. The members of the General Assembly, prohibited by the Injunction of the United Mate Court and by the threatened InterpMltlon ot United Ptatea aoldlerr fromouu ehBriTllKF (hl- lairlilUllvA ililtla .1a .Ll. - -m-m ... 4, .,, vv .,i.,v", mtt iw lli'tllltt rxrroi eiietianoriraniranon. inattne Hnnrem Court will sustain the violent, rorropt, and Ilegal vonrse of the di-trlct judge u acarcely (o U coo. vrtwett. That the Congress of the United States will aaucilon this outrage npon law and Justice and "I""! the dearest rights of the people of this "'' " t" 'mwinl, ii..l .Went repl 'or the Clilrl Miil.tralo of ma nUon rcqulrr, n to oello lif n the fc ,na th, tmUmoor p ...i iui. lunnr... in rinjini out their ilealgTia. I liellere IM I W I morlal from tlie General Aaaemhlr re- rtUn thi lrteJ b; ine laria aa inej nare orcurreii. anp. th HMintrT from th Amanita I aiul MnmaKti -t.h which the final snores of the conspirator would Mil the American name, I confide in your wl. iom and discretion. Knowing as I do that you repreaent not only the majority of the people, ut IU Intelligence, IU dignity and IU patriotism, i mj uu.y w roporameng vormir onnihiera- II' JU. UD- Importanoa of In your lad. mergency and ' malaUln the CQOAtltQtlOn uul 1W of tha HUI 1 l Ur lefore you the vote of the people cast t the lata election for Governor and Lieutenant Governor. It I your province, and yours aoirlr, to declare In. r.nlt Vmi .Inn. am h. ...I..I. .. .. th. innmi tntinn .m.i .ii. .....u ....... ... ;..?.. .!..... ."". V.-'T.." r-Al"""" anjoor ierbTratio, 111 "S iST fJ no. i luillclal queallon. It U veateil lif onr fanda. I menUI law. and In accord an r wlih waiLetria, I rfllai if lnaahiaiil.niia la ...A hAlllla.1 ... .-aw- j miain lanvuw, mv irwiiktuBi uriwi). tnant e-af Mia lira, a. ba..m whan. ....l-i.. liA. luent Of the Bute srovernmenL and vou. fellow. cltliena. as tbe General Auemhty, moat deter mine It. I respectfully sngge-t that, under your power conferred by article 48, you also settle, once for all, the meaning of article ua, to Ihe end that this corrupting influence of Federal patron- " "iin- iuj uv cuitru titrcvrr. II. C UaV(YTM. flnvarnnr nt lAnlalana After It had been read both nouses adjourne.. until noon to-morrow. rocLAaino-ror onr. w.auoTfi. nawuiaRih-,uec.ii. warmotn to-day usoeii prooiamauon warning all fltat ornoera agalnat reriurnlllnar th Uellnsf t jurtalatiivai nr On Plnchback. and declaring that all the force of lha Ulal.MII ha ..il .. b. .. . .,..... the Bute will be u4 for the purpose of defeat ing the machination of the oouipirttora who have temporarily occupied the Stale capltol, ot enforcing the Uw of the Bute, ot enforcing the wriu of the Judiciary, and of malnUlulng the peaoe and dignity ot the state. hiutia orriuas Rirraa to obbt lohqbtbbbt. NlW OKLXAHH. Dec 11. Tha mll.tl urtliiera having been ordered by Acting Governor Pinch back, tbroujrh AdluUnt General BtreeL to renort to General Longatreet, expreas their determina tion to obey no order except tboae emanating irum itorcruor n anuom, wnoin iney aim regain as their commandeMn-chlef. The mllltla are on uuty giurotng tneir armory to-nigDt. RAIMtOAD ACCIDG.NT NKAR CIMIIlUlt- I..1N11. A Freight Train Dreaka Tbronah a Rrldae. cruBRRLANO. md.. Deo. ll. A fre sht train on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad broke through the bridge at Bouth branch, aeventeen mi lea from thla city, this evening, and the locomotive and twenty loaded coal care were oreo It .luted into the river. Hotherford, the fireman, waa killed. The engineer, conductor and brakemen were Injured, but not seriously. W rat king train nav iieen sam iruii) unr, RUM tie ifreaa wm ne ivlivil 'waaa,v, Che CkaiMplaavblp fNew KnaUad. lUkTroKD. Dee. 11. Tbe concludlnir mine of the match between BnringfleM and Hartford for the cheaa championship of New England resulted uuujnt.B vuiury mr iiarnoniuii in inny- II rat more. Haow-Htenala the Heal Is, AVUiTl, ita iiov. i. turcBaAj tuui lucuca of snow fell here last night, being the heaviest mi !r many year, j ii signi prcaenwoq -uMiay In the elty aftf county was both novel and Inter eating In this aoKtinq, Atmut three Inches of now fell hrre this afternoon, and It 1 still snow Ing. 8cbner Aabre, Foktrrw MOHROR, Deo, 11. A large ai-hooner Ib rejwrted ashore Just below Cape llenrv. The revenue steamer Colfax and linker wrecking steamer hare gone to her assistance, Jt- TlliMYKATIIRR HKPGUT. Vr4R DBrSRTMXNTJ GrnciorCirrrr Bioi.Orrini., Wabhimotok. lx a. Dec 14. 171, 1 a. m. , BVNorm vqr tur pbt twnntt-xqui iiudrh. The nroaHiire has diminishwl In the Northwest and over the unner lakes, with southerly wind. low temperature and cloudy weather In the region squinwam m iuiu'iib ni juianuun, From tne uniqnver tame guji ani noutn At- Unite roast. Iqw temperatures, tuoreulng pre. aural tuhiilheriv uplnili ullh rlearlna waa thar MreBi southerly win1 1 except oil the Homh Atlantic, where light rain is ing. Over the lower lake region and the Ht, Lawrence valley northerly to westerly winds, partly ilomly aud eoid weather, with high liaroineter, in the Middle and Eastern State sssrxssrsj'sass I ....n.l l'.o.na..l.u. 1 .ha (.:, '"" '"' 'r"" ""U,r " '" '"- "- P.,rTnr"northweat andT tha nnoer Utet and tor tu- uonnweai ana tne nnper u.rs, ni thence southward inenveouiiiru tu niiwiuuri uu tn luwrr vuiu Ohio rher to thl W. ii, cold Veklber and northerly wind., rearing aOdtherly, with flah to uiasourt anu me lower unio taroVne eraT For thi owm Ukea.yUt rtnX vStl'l 'Si bVUng iq quthimtrli(.iliiwbut Increaa - log eniperitiif4 and diminUhlug pressure. ,rij w northeaaterly wlnda, high but decreaaluif preaanrea, Increaalni tcwperalunia, and. tartly BBwaru, WikHUlQ B ION At i lliai lha iitti inuiant in. .iiania nt Kiiiiinnin aiguaiwiUbiupUiitd at tb Uke port I wlaff r. THE HOLOCAUST. FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL FIRE. Eleven Women llaraed I Delb.rct ! lhIIatrl-TatMOOOO.V Itiw York, Dee. 11, Fire broke oat at a little past 11 o'clock last night In the upper part of the Fifth Avenue hotel, on the Twenty-third street aide. The engtnea, when the alarm was given, were quickly on the spot, and aoon at work noar. ing stream upon the flamea, which at midnight enveloped the whole Twenty-third street able. Wan of the tmtah..i tira.i mmm,k . S!X Ih ? , n 1! wt? 0,It Urtn wnen tn urm oonded,and when the firemen bronrht boa Into th Intarin nf tha " "elf W11 nd In tn house. I a nonartLi artwr. After the fire had been pretty well extinguished firemen, on going throng the room in what s mown aa ma -coc nort, oocnpied by laundry women and domeatica, were horrified by atumh. "in iu iT-iiiaiiia ui niuuan ncinn. wnirn were plied on the floor. Lantern were trame uiaunj pnMTHrru aua a.nonjui sign, waa re- vrtMru. va in Bimr i a. room, aooa. iwatre feet square, were found no leaa than slxiB bodlea. all burned beyond recognition. Tb '""un wr iiranu ijinr near ue onir winaow Of tha room, which M ewean hr thai aa bArred. ao thai thae -raa Meweanehythat meaoa. The auircaa leadiag to the room betnge pwnraitwaa wipoaaibie for a-aa tannnaalhla na them t get ont, and ry were comr-aliad towalt for death With WhU nttnUkm thar ennld at. mom Hi aoppwaed-tkai many were bgrned to death while asleep, Tha tMfaa of aome of the charred rcnuina shovaed that the anfortnoat create re died la great avgway. .'KJTorU wtu b made to-day to conver tk nnulna of the nfor. tarute victim to the Morgne. owthgtotheoon- nuan inn exciianieiii uia nameai oi uta riitiina could not be aacertainoii, up to f.rj o'clock twenty-two dead bodlea had beea recovered, six teen In one room, and six In another, which la probably all. 010 P Of TaTB FT a. The Are originated tn the elevator or italrraee leading to the laundry. There were coo guesu lh the house, tmt none were reported Injured. The damage by fire and water will not fall short of lioaoon, Tha hAfal rtatalwi.a aaaa m.W ABhHa mtivk eWa I Fully one fourth of this Is utterly rulne.lT I The house I owned by A. R, tno, bat leased ltnTHin nHid,i.A. wbij Jojlt b'or tBB nn ATieat waa assigned a roo,n wbieh OB fhlng he dlacovered to be on 1! P" "turning to the clerk he waa Informed in iitenj waa nooiner room vacant. The fire waa not known at thla time In the office. Among the most prominent gueeta were Gen. TlnrnsMe, Gen. Horace Porter, and O. M. Pull man, of Chicago, Heveral of Ihe lady gueau wereaecnmmoiUted la neighboring hotels and house. Mia Neflson, lha actreea, waa one of the lady gueau. TBI ALARM WAS FIRST GITO by one ot the: female servant, who shrieked fire through tha hallway, awakening the guest. Many of the gueau went to the office and In quired aa to the excitement, but were Informed by the clerks that it was only a little fire in tha laundry, Thl attempt to keep the fire quiet, ao aa to avoid a panic, helped to bring about th? terrible result. VRtniTT Avoxa rax ocxjrrs. When the guesu became cognizant of their danger scene of confusion ensned. People moved aboot In apparent distraction, baggage filled the hallways, the smoke was suffocating and water drenched the Snore, It wax nearly twelve otlock before any, one fre the alarm. A passing policeman then hear, ng ot th Bre Inside caused the nr engines to come to the spot. The tire by thla time bad made considerable headway. The ladlce were In a wild aUte or ex citement. Carpeu were still covered with water. A poor servant girl was found on the third floor writhing In the agon lea of pain, her body being frightfully bnrneiL The shrieks of the aervanu in the upper storlrawere heartrending aa the firemen were making their way to rescue them, I-arge crowds had In the meantime gathered In the streets. The excitement outside wa kept up until about s oMotk, when the Are waa eiout extinguished. CAHtUMRNXM AKD MXOUKT, The IlftnU editorially aaya: It 1 stated that gross carelessness was apparent In the condition of the warming apparatus, and that there waa loo much anxiety to keep the Ore aecret, and too tittle effort made to save the unfortunate gtrta. The whole subject will no doubt be thoroughly Investigated. There are rarloua sutement aa to the origin of the lire. One says that it was canned by Ihe bursting of a team pipe in the laundry. Home seventy nr eighty .eervanU altogether were awakened from the top floor and hurried down stairs. Their clothing waa utterly ruined. A n reman named Deary waa seriously Injured by falling throngh a crevice to the pavement. RLKTXN aODIES AT T1IR HORODB. Eleven liodlea are at the Morgue, Uken from the ruin of tbe Fifth-avenue hotel fire. Only two are reoognlxalile, the other being horribly burned, mostly to a crisp. All have nomtsuka ble appearance of having auffered fearful ago nies. Mary McCabe and MaryFagan are the name those Whose im-ue are recoxniiai-ia. Mary Heaney, one of the aervanu at th hotel, U at the liellevue hosplUl, having been Injured by falling thnrnghatVe escape. Bhe autea that when the alarm of fire waa given, ahe ran and knocked at nearly all tha door of the other servants, and buret open two of them. Bhe then tried to get down sUIrs, hot the smoke and flamea drove her lawk, when with Mary Turney and Bridget Curtla ahe broke open a aky. llftrinS jof to" th. roof. Walnlni ", '' lh" bremea reacueil them. Bhe will mere aoon recover. wntT HiiinuiMaiiRniu. It la now thought that only eleven girls, not twenty-two, perished In Ihe fire at the Fifth Ave nue hotel last night. Eleven bodlea have been recovered, and they are auppoaed, to be alt. though other may be found. The hotel Uail confusion to-day, A conaUnt stream of visitor is pouring inroi'gn one tioor ani out inrougn me other. In addition to tha eleven alrU burned to death, two others, Mary Ann Fagan and Mary Jones, who escaped the fate of th other glria steeping wiin mem ny icanns; uown a nre-crecn from a corridor window and escaping to the roof, were badly Injured. The walla in some place were spattered with blood from the dead bodlea carried down, Mr. Grtawold, one of tha proprietor, emphatically contra.Hct the autement that there waa any da isy in sou nil i hk u inn. ua ma con.rmr-. ne says that within a few minute after the lire wa discovered three aervanu were dispatched to give ine aiano, auu prompt lavaaarcB wcr vacn to aronae the truesta and aervanu. Thewaiuof the laundry of tbe hotel on the fourth floor, where the Are originated, are bnrned to cinder, and masses of Icicles depend from the reillnff. The suircaae leadlnar to the toDmost landing, where the servants' apartmenU are tt uated, la completely deatroyed, and most of the adjacent rooms are gutted, and tha wall are al ready torn down by the workmen. Tbe three upper floor of the Twenty-third street vring are deserted by the guesu In consequence- or tha ronsUnt dripping of water through the celling. The furniture U piled together in each room, covered with Urnaulla. Broken trunks, heap of danuged clothing, and debrla of the burned rooms lie about on the stair and corridor. Tb nmnrtetora aUte that the amonnt of damaira can not be estimated yet, and tbe Insurance, which I In the bands of the agent, haa not been ascer tainetL KXternuiy mere unoming iq inucai that a Are bad Uken place. MAUBR OK Till TICT1-. The following glrU lost their liveai Delia Cnm mlngi, Mary Corday, Margaret Conner, Mary Met Woe, iJzsle Moran, Margaret Camplell, llon orah Ward, Mary. Donnolly, Kate Cuahlng. Tbe CammerrUl Ceaveatl, Br. liOi'u. Nov. 11. The CommerrlAl ronven. tlon met here to-day, and was called to order by IL M. Blsnop, president. Mayor Brown delivered a brief address of welcome. Fifteen Bute are represented, and delegate from other Bute will be present to-morrow. Trial af (lea, HtantM far KsnWRaleaaeal. II ILTIUORR. Dttfl. 11 Th trial of ln. IVavtil L. HUuton, formerly collector of Internal reve nue for the Fifth dlatrlct of Maryland, for the embexxlcment of public moneys, begun In tbe United BUtea District uour. thl morning. CONDRNNBD TKIJUIIUMM. Parson A Co. wharf, at East Gtonceeter, MaatiachnBcUa, raved In on Tuealay, earrying with It about ten thonsand hogshea-UotCardlx salt, valued, at t,jn,noo, whkh wlu moati.v prove a total V". The wharf w,a lUmageii to th exi tent of 110,000. The second eerie of Ulllard game for the champion cue ami other prise waa played at Hoaton on Tueiay. lit Brat game waa won by Ned Ken. tail, and lha seoond iiy wiUnn. In the evening the brat game was won hy IVok and lha second by Yiin, There were several rtrea In Ilronklyn Tuew day night. oinkiin'M plumbing worka ou Fiau buth avenue were burneil.caiulug a loa of I Hi,(i iw. Dwelling house on Hanson place, on Fifteenth street, ! Iwo dwellings on the out- stina in tne city were awu aamage-i by ore. llarnr J. Foster, cashier of Ihe National Citv hank. Brooklyn,! a defaulter to the amount ol 1 1 11, IK J, sa- j-- -sssr-ss ...--.,.. -The Wortf Columbia (South Carolina dl. P" "tAlea that Beuator-el-xt PaUetaor,! arreat l,llf,ttaiion tK- m.iaviint ... mtmUHni h. . m.t " ,, iiT,-l, "iie -rVS- ,h t.mjianiM it. ."' iA.J, KSS """." JW01.'1, bla friend t rested a disturb. patteraon escaped in the confusion, uln arresteil In the evenlne and com. mlu !" ,or ,wel" houre contempt, but Unme,llatelyreleaae;1onaAahra rpH. 1 ' , Nxw lOhK new Ryoaaer market-bouse at uueneil to the public for Ktnieu nar about m a ieel th Bvweclt. tba mar- week lor ad, aquara e-wectviA will. i.i.a -. -. ..-' : imuiwmibib w ru,i iww auiai wail voau 1 tiftCtlfiir' with Waar.lnirfnn klrkt and fti-iuifc for lrrry Tba building U owned bra, private I tjOiVoratlon. and coat )1,5U0,Q00. CONGRESS. YE8TERDAV8 PR0GEEDIN08. The Newale Paaea a. NMber f Dlatrtrt mil-TaraaHe In the 11. (-.). fee mieI-Mnrw Debate fa iWc 1Umm the Haltllera aal ftalUr Daaty Rill Tate IiiiIIbbj AprTr1alU Rill HBNATR. Wabrirotoh, Dfoember It. 171 miA urraooccio. Rill were tntrodaoed a follow: By Mr. Lewi: To provide for the recompnta tlon of the arcouau between the United Bute and tha several Bute growing out of money expended ny aau mate in tae war ot lni. By Mr, Oahorn: Aathoriimg the eelabtithraent or ure-aaving tauona on the coast or Florida. By Mr. Baroaeyi To repeal tha act of March 11, 171, for tha relief or Gearga w. Morse, which aathorited the extension of certain expired patents, ByMr.VkkeraiTttpayUeruim of th legal repreaeeutlvee ot Oeorg FUher for mlUUry ipovatton by IkM Buua troop during the warwuilCr1fT1r-iua.'. n trb AtuotRHvawr ainotXTum. The Yloe Prealdent laid bebwuHeitttq now e-wicrrent rewoiatlo-j'.ta adjourn from December n t Jaoaary i which, at the reqaeet of Mr, Cole, waa laid over till to-morrow, RB-OTaL or nrmAxs ia rxbraha. Mr. nitchcoekutrodaoew a but to prOTbt f or tha.removalef rertaia Indiana la NVbraakato th lBd-M t4rrUocy, Referred to Committee on Indian Affairs. The bill tor tha relief fJ.snd CM.nalky wa passed. ID ra,abaiaava. The nouae bill anthorlxlng the tmpvwUlkm free of duty of the eutae daidgned by Admiral Porter tn i erected at Anna noil to ihe de ceased Bailor ol the war of th rebellion wee Also the following: mil for the relief of Tlmothv Raker. St. John. Mich. To esutillah an assay office at Helena, In tha Territory of MonUna. nfv. lUUIfTB 1" TUiitnuuuiur im itiki bivi. The bill to aecure eoual lichu in the public school of tbe District of ColumbU coming up in order Mr, DavU objected to It present ronalil e ration. Mr. Humner asxeu Mr. imvib to consent w a vote belna uken. but Mr. Davis declined to with draw hi objection, and th bill went over. ru-jrrunaw. Th bill to anthorlaa the aettlement of Ihe claim of the V iimlngton and Manchester rall- roaa was incirnniteiy poniponeu. Tbe bin to quiet tne title to certain land in Missouri waa paaaed, Mr. Morrill, of Yt entered a motion to reeon- alder the vote passing tb bill admitting the autua designed hy Admiral Porter, free ot duty. He said It wonld furnish an Improper precedent. iua rABtntD. The bill to place colored persona who enlisted In th armr on tha aame footlo a other ao!- dler a to bounty and pension wa passed. Also, nil! lor me reiiei oi r m. iiownru. Alan, for the relief of Rear Admiral Joaenh Lanraan. Also, bill anthorlxlng a aettlement of the claim of the eatale of the Ute Rear Admiral John A. Dablgren. , Also, 1411 npptemenUl loth act of Fehrnary Slflll, Incorporatmg the Columbia College in tha tstrtct ot Columbia. Bin to extend tae worxaoi tne urorgetown ny, a cure defective title In the Dla trlct of Columbia; after amendment, Honaa bill to ax the salary of the member of the Board of Health of the District of Columbia, House bin ror tne reiiet oi Kamuna iiuaaen. HmiM hill for th relief of Thomas C Martin ami other children of J. K. Martla, deceaaed. TUI IHTiaNAL RRVRNCR BlU. Vr. Sherman, from th Finance Committee, re nort . I th limiB bill for tha reduction of officer and expenses of th InUrnal revenue, with amenilraenta, provhllng lhat tha offlcee of aa aeasora and aaaUUnt aaaeaaors shall cease to exist at such time In the districts, respectively. aa tae t'-ommiaaioner ot interna, iie-ena niay And practicable prior to July 1. WT-: authorUing tbe appointment of twenty -Ave adUtlonal agenu until July 1, UH, in twUtUoa to tboae provided for hy existing law, anil amending thepraaant Uw ao aa to provide that all of tbe additional commission of one half per cent, ah all he i-aid to tacb,eciar receiving the Ux on all aplrua pro duced after the offloo of the aaruc )il cat according to thU bilL TUB tVCTrURXNTiL nVH. RWuTS RtU. of Mr. Humner coming up, the Chair (Mr. Carpen teo looked at Mr. Bayard and aald: Doe tbe Ben ator from DeUware object! Mr. Bayard, I will If the Chair desire It, bat I did not say an, lUnghur.) Mr. carpenter. Th Chair aaderstoo-1 the Ben ator to object. mr, iwysru, . um nuv. Mr. Bumner. I think there la no objection. Mr. Morrill, at Me. I object, . The bill waa accordingly passed over. BlU rAJ-MBD. nils were then Vnr tha rail! nf It. II. Rat.il! ror the relief oi Kit. uerrv. jonn m. Fa i. ana Win. II. Judd. RRMOVAL Or PUABIUTIBB. Mr. Wker. from tbe Committee on TRUbll). ties reported th 1 louse hill to remove tbe Dl. abllltle of L C, Lamar, ot Mlaslsalppi, member elect of th House; which waa passed unani monsly. The Benate then, at S p. m., after an executive aeaaion, reopened the door and took op Tn uuuimiiki Bi-iH.i i tun. Mr. Wlndora moved to strike out Friday, Wtb rMamha-r. a th da- of adlonmment. and in sert Monday, December 11; which waa rejected e mj-jomj. indom moveil to atrlke out lfondav. January, anS Insert Friday, January I. a tbe UBJ lUT I IHW iiiuiun, i.niiiiHiijniri-jTH It, liajt Mj B411 kUD irmnuuu a, aaurcil m; m llonae waa then adopted. Tbe Senate then, at 1:3a p, m adjourned. UOUHB OP RBPRKNK.NTATIVKN. TAXM ON DumixiD anRrr. Mr. Beck, of Kentucky, (own the Committee on Way and Mean, reported back bill to amend the act to provide for an abatement and rebata- mentof taxr on distilled BolriU dent roved br casualty, and asked that the committee h dla charged and the bill lie on tbe Uble. So ordered. Mr. Hawley, of Connecticut, presented a memo rial from the commissioners of the centennial com mission, reciting that from the reporu of the commissioner the people In the several Bute bad not loraisneam necessary material aiu 10 carry out the work upon a proper scale, and ap pealing to Congress for such auuunc aa It might deem proper to carry the enterprise to a completion worthy of the occasion And the country, iieierredto i Innltarurr. Committee on Centennial Mr. Kelley, oi Pennsylvania, asked, and waa excused from service as chairman oi tha Com mittees on Coinage, Weights ami Measures and on Civil tyrvlce, that he might be enabled to de vote a large portion of hie time to aervloe with tne Uimnvuee on tn i-wnie-miB. Annt-er-Arj, llllU OV OHIO. AMD IMDJaYMA. On motion of, Mr. Wilson, ot lud., th UI) tiro vidinB for ihn settlement oi tha twivnor-rHinL claim of the Bute qf Ohio and Indiana, which wa made the pecUl order tv to-dar, waa maie m speMRi unior iur uc-ibj hmi, . a p, m.j the previous question to 1h calle-1 at 4 o'clock. VACANCIES ON CO ITT-K riLLXO. Tha RneaAer announcM the followins anpolRU menu upon committee to flit vacancies; nt Mjrouoji r. roatcr, vi uiuu. On Claim Mr. Hawley, ot Connecticut, On Judiciary Mr. Hhoemaker, of Pennsylvania. On Keorganixatlon of civil Bervloe Mera. Crocker, of Massachuaetta, and Dod la, of Ohio. imrmunu -wr. jv"7, ui Maaraaett. On Cotnaie. WetatiU ami Measarea Mr. Con ner, of Texas, on Private Land Claims-Mr. GtUlna-, of Texaa. uoAgncniture vr, iiernnon,oi irzas. atmvTT or butiuor iat, Ur. Hawver. ot Wl- Intrc-lncod a reaolutlon rMuestlne the BecreUrr of War ta furnish the Houm a copy of the engfner'i report of the aor- vey oi eupenornay -o iuiiia anior. Aoopiea. ifijHhaia aau rata uiuuiu. Mr. tuinnelL of MtnnM from the CoouIIIm en Public Landa, reporte! a bill granting an exteAv aion ot time to the Winona and ox. PeterR rail. road for the completion of their roav, Inr a pe rio aof aix m,nnths, and aAk,ei (or tu Iromeiuale oou- inerauon, ou uiijnuiioa -b nwiv. RBUVIATINll COmRKHCI IN VUK UTaTTt. Mr. HheiiaiaAra-er. of Ohio, offere.1 th folloW. Ing; which was aiopteit 7tVurtThatihetxnmittenn tbe Judiciary te directed to Inquire and report to thU House wnaipawr in .jiiktt-b ui ine initeunuies pcilu "regnuiJng the commerc T.mong the aeveral Butee," in o far aa auch commerce 1 transport.! upon raiiroa.ua organised and con- ducted tinder the Uwa of tbe varloa Bute: aud whether auch power of Congress Inclmt the power to prohibit unequal or oppressive rhargea or discriminations made by auth common " ners of freight and passengers from one ate on their war 10 or throunh another Mute. HOLDIBIU' AND 4UiKa' BOtTnTV-l-ANO (U. The regular order was demand.eit. luid tUe iiouB.iutu iiiwiuuiu uour, rvvyuwi in ran slderarton of the soioler,' ai aaiiora' bouniy- xyai. irac.UcaJ benefit to the aoldter and antagonU.lo o the Und policy of ihe Government, which waa 10 Wdoce aettlement on the PUl enntendn.i that iiTih of ih ui.u kAWi. lie l warrant trer. : inn i..ni th i.nii. ha.i i tofore Issued the land h,Vl Iwen taken up hj specuiBiors rlnon-n;i,H,uiioine injury o I tne aa.ua, BVIIIOI Mr, Tavrtvwnd, of Pa., contended that tho paa- lOttk tithe bill wa not aeslred iv the aoldien. and presentM a protest from the Iwpat.ment ot Petmsjlvanla, Grand A,rm.v ol the itepuullc, agalnit such lefiiaiattoil a waa now, pruieil if charcod that i. viiariiwu iua. tae inn wa In, the btervatof CjUi agenu ana speculator anu. rjvi bam not a iVgU eojdier hid ever UvV"4 to nia a Oeslr f-rth.P ur tu ifBaaj vi tiu r of Ibis LIU. Air. ler. oi tonn also onnoaad tha L1IL rwiQlng that the laaue of warrant to th aoV oiers oi me aiexican war am not comer the ben IU upon tb Midler that it coat th Ootenv msnt suecuUtorasecurlnir a lanr oart of thi VtneQta and aald thai it wotiid, hAX wren bui for the enidiere and Ike Government had they been hen the value of their warrant In money andtheGOTerament held Its land for settler, fie aieo urged that if thla bill waa passed the aoldiera woald, thnmga a glnt in lh raarket theaupply being far greater than the demand be able to realise acarcely more than the claim agenu' fe and the coat of locating the land. . M. DonoAJt, of Iowa, advorautl the measure, claiming that It wa neceeaary aa aa aeief laa ue to the aoldiera who, by wound or dlaeaae, were nnaM to bbII t)imui,u n it., hu.m. of the present actl and denying that the war ranu would depreciate In value aa had beea rep resented. Mr. Bpeer, of IV, aahl that there wonld be nn necessity for the immediate application forcer. tlflcatea. Tho who were enUtlel to them nee-1 not apply for them nntll they saw lit, and conM bekl them BjI aalan tha-n tn thale ehllalea-i If they deelred. Ho ther need be no apprehen-lon ot their ail being issued at once, Iherehy deprr clanng their value. He dented that the soldier who carried tb mnaket war opposed to the bill, and aald the memorial presented hy Mr. Town. Bend, signed by the Governor and surveyor gen-eral-eleot and ethera, cam f mm the epauletted aotdlerawho amelled th UtUe from afar, an I did not repreaent the new of tbe unlettered ant. dler, who stood on picket and carried the musket. They had been afraid to ask the plain aoidl- to Join in tho protect, and when In lha lata ran. vaa ha had charged that Gen. Ilartranft had signed each a paper aa that now presented bo waa called a liar fourteen lime by a lUrtranft pRPtr published at Altoona. Mr.Townaend inquired what member of Ihe lupabiican committee of renniylvanu aver ron damaad tha report and reaoiaiiou he had ha-1 read here? Mr, Bpeer rrpUed, th Omrnorert, fVnerat Bartranft, had denied It ihnNigh bu paper. Mr, Townaend newr had heard that aaw. Bll-limi ait. nvviBn u rolnuoika. Mr. Bpeer had not aald th OoTrnnr'mede tbe denial peraonanr. But It era denied br hi Cpera and by flUfrieada on tha Btnmp. The rrenorhlniMif never aaaerted or denied any UBigOT tha atamp. A Jfemhar. KeiLtwrdlJ toe rreUent of tha L ttitM "ttatea, MyTw-msvod wouM like ht Mueagne to nam weTenJaL' Bm-BftJ f-- thai had mad Mr.fwha.1namJ apaper.TWaWieilUAJ- toona, in hla district, which called him alvar fourteen time for making the a-ertlon. The private aoldiera did not unit In anrh -anlntl-.a a those presented here, and were not oppoed to thubiiL Thoeewho did oppnMit weretheorn. oera, who had annffed the battle In Ihe dim dl Uaoe. Mr. Townsend Inquired whether all the officers who Bigneti th resolution were not In ham. Mr. Bpeer believed ao. bat thev war not th men who carried the musket anal tbe knanaack. mna wnoa uttie caudren ran trrootei through the street. The men who stgni thereaoin Uon were the aoldiera who were now politician and wre need by polluclana. Mr.Townaend asked hi colleague If hi did not know that Gen. llartranrt participated inaerrn. teen battle. Mr. Bpeer did not care If he we In seventy time aeventeen battle. II mad no charge against IlartrajifCaguUntry, hot when he sign resolution agalnat thl hill be moat not culm to represent the aoldiera of Pennavlranla. HeaskM hla colleague to produe and show him anv reao latlon of th kind adopted at a convention ot private aoldiera in Pennsylvania or elsewhere. Mr.Townaend retlld that th eon vanitae. thai adopted these reaolutlona were corapoaed of del egate elected by private aoldiera, and aome of the delegate themselves had carried tha mnaket and the knapaack. Mr, Bpeer aald it waa well nndertoc-t how theae conventions were got up. They were equally packed for political pnrposea. Recharge) that the Grand Army of the Republic of Pennai 1 vanu waa run aa a Republican political orgaolxa- Mr. Townsend said he wonld evnlaln lhat. Tha. aoldiera ot the war were all Republicans, while tbe aoldiera of the rebellion were Democrat. mt, nannaii, or ra. mat t not ao. Mr. Bneer. Iderumnc that autement a nn. worthy of my colleague; aa falsa In fact and a unworthy of a Representative from rennsyi- Mr. Townaend said that what he meant to aav wa thla, that tub RT.iru.rof wia oariiinfrn and Inangarated by the Demncratlo partr of th Booth; it wm carrietl on bv tbe ivmocratlo patlv of the Booth, elded bv the moral Infioencenf laeir coaoiautrR, ine ih-mocraiic pany oi im North, and that nine tenths of the aoldiera of me war were Kri one tenth were 1. air. eipeer. now manv rvalues were yon in? Mr. Townaend. I waa noUn any. Mr. Randall. No. yon were at home miilnr money. Mr, lownaeau. no were you, Mr. RamlalL Oh. no. I waa tn the war. Mr.Townaend. (never heard of Ittiefore. jar.HW waalntl Sr, tuavdaii, I went aa a private soldier. P. Mneer. U nnllaatme. rife Inarnun.t ItVa Job war horse, anuffod the battle from afar. Pending further consideration, the morn ng hour expired and the bill again went over. nxMcn srouATtON aiu. Mr. L.Mrera.of Paaaldto-alsv hA.1 heen et for th oonsiderataon of the French anoJIatlou btlL An Interest, be was glad to aee, waa felt In tbe Uoaae and ooaotry Id tbe naaug of the bill, and be had faith that It would be reached aal paaaed thla aeaaion. Ue did not wish, however, to aaugonla th oaureot business of the I loose, anq in uaiejwno) v te otnmiiie on Appro- Eiiatlona would aak that the consider ion of the ill he pOMtponM nntll Wednesday, January Si, and be made th apeclal order from day to day nntll It waa disposed of. Objection was made to It consideration ex tending from dav to day. mr. Mjcrsasati ma. tne suojeri nugm to in waa, and endeavor tn call ll op before that date. The Speaker laid before the Ilouae a nam tier nf executive documenu; which were referred to appropriate oorrunlttee. The House then, on motion of Mr. Rargeot, of CaL, went Into Outnmlttee of tha Whole on rai dtoun ArrMnutrioif aiu. jar. Dn, ui j, ixiouprai-rj men l- ment, and atucked the preaent aystem of appm- -. B-aaa , aaa. oat t a Ala a .... Ut.e. iiaauuti wvik; wkii; wu iiiuiai, ticnuri xiia oat Information a to th manner In which the money wa disbursed, or whether It went to the Indian or not, It had been ahown yesterday ttiAt thousands of doUArs were approprUted for the evocation of Indian children where then- were no ecnoois, and an investigation ny the House a short time since had disclosed the frroasest fraud In those dUtau-emnu, which had been covered up under a former Commla aioner nntll th Hon had undeceived thm The only competent officer ot the Indian Depan ment was about to leave it, and It waa in tho pgwrroiia-mraiM nu tn luuujiaia to jorre the Prealdent to All the puce with a dishonest man. In reeponaa to a queetlon by Mr. Sargent, he BAld that he would. In ttrererenoa to the present system, refose to carry out these treaties, ami rra-vunoviaii aAt vTxwj uoLiar prviaitj toeao Indian b paid to them wrong n the hand of the peace ooinmiasioner, the riecreUry of tba Interior, th Commissioner of Indian Affairs, tha BecreUry of War. or any responsible offtoer who wooid report to Congr how th money hail been used. He wonld not have th money nseoi to snpport kUo iwraona who did nothing but de. moralise the itvuana. MB,0trT-XflAID the Approprlalioa Commute did not makeiho Indian lawa. lie bat-! that there waa aancb l lb corrected. Uvea under those treaue when the money waa wisely expended at ant thing were changed, and It wa not now wisely ex pended; bat he could not see how It waa to In remedied in tha matter of appropriation at thl time, Mr. Reck aald he did not blame the commute for the bllL but he wanted the House to atrlke ll out, and direct the committee to bring la a bill annulling me ireanea ami mating uirect par menu to the Indian. Mr. Bargent aald he did not Believe any reaolu tlon could be paaaed that would sanction tbe RiaKTHa ovrni rt tain of the Government to the Iratlan. The na tional laiui was piengsu, un on awe inere nal been a purchase of real eut and on the other ther had been a aato, 11 knew of no power in hrrak theaa CaaiyRitona. The Indiana were, a BAld, getting along and advancing in rlvltlxatioii. Thta waa not a political qneatlon, bad not teei. an-wi ao in coounmee, ana. ne nope. mat ii wouhi not h ao mad. Mr. Bhanka, of ItvL, aaj. that al tb last aeaaion th Hooae had paaet a Ull directing the Becre Ury of the Interior to ncgotlat with tbe Indiana With whom, treatlea exUted with a. view to a com. mnutlon In money, and h hoped lhat tbe Henate wouH pasa ll before the rloae of thla session. m rcAt- rourr. Mr. Onnner. of Texas, attacked the near policy oi tho Administration, and aald It waa the rail ot Hiauj iti tv mntmr- iu in inuiin iHMintrie, ll did not blame the iTealdent or thlnurtarlh?prtment, but he dtd blame hi frlemU on thU floor who Indoraeil that policy ami voted to perpetuate It, Mr, Harfentilhi not believe In the treat -tem with IndUns, but havlnsr been maulo. th-v I Z:Z;S Kaiilrt PJ i r Htv-ir hail not ttai.i ikia Kin a i a.ri-fJ'K 1 ""OT ll1-!-.1. "AW.1?!: aan, nor had he en4evorel to give It apolitical tarn. But he was a memlter of the Commute ;rilSue h . f,Srf V-J .F.1 J . ,.".?. " lD?,P,Klr.0, -aMlW Auaira, (ttenrru rraer,iau4iB tost investlg. Hon he ascertained that the Qoverunvent wa plundered to the araouoj of muiiona of dollar, and h made up hla mind then that It waa ua leaa to apend money lor ageuta, achooUt m chanVia ami oihera unleu it were abaoinuiy necnary. Ra tielleved, howTr, that Indian contd lie unght andotvUIxad. Mr. Bargent inomred. how they conld be tancht and civtiued If ther wa no, appropriation for teacher and airtcuttnralLata. Mr, Beck aall be wonld not appropriate a ape cine aum lor achooia ami for empiojlng mechan lea, but he would leave It fur the Secretary of the .a-m.aai, u. nanitl ) rUUIHII, tU tVtCnIIl Whera bcIvwoU conld h estaulUh-tt, and then Veava U caacreUonary with him lo empio tohia. Alter fanner discussion the read ntr of ihe bill wa mamed, and It w,i completed after adopl tngaom unimp-vtarvt a mend mint. Th cOmnuttwO then niie, and the Nil wa report, to. toe. uouav aim jMMtt j - n. navaix Mr, Aycher.of kid., present M the petition U aonnJL, .,ert, m AiaryiaiMprajiiig iwa i--w- -uo. iieirrrvn iu uw vnu" ,., pension. Tbe Hoax then, at p. m., adjourned.