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VOL. XIII.
WASHINGTON CITY, D. 0., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, 1872
NO. 22.
v
AUCTION SALES.
To-Day.
T LATIMRIlA CLKAHY.
' Aoettmeer and kWIKeUU Bikers,
ithweat eornr ptmnsylranfa eve, and Her Ih
Soil
nrwi) dmt uinct uuuatar.
M, IT, IS, II and W, eoramnKtlEw al t o'clock, st one
notion room, w bU Mil lb shove superior cm.
I'artla unaM In at land Ih aa1 ran haa
innr uraer axecnica ptim awti'Hieera.
JornMOMh. LATIMKH CLPAttT,
rlt-td SUr AuctKiaeei
Fwtnro Its.? a.
VtlMttKN tV WlLI.lAiTIM, AMrtMweers,
a o. iwi noruww norner i enin ana u nmti
c pat.r of a TwrvRTrtnr vntut
A?tUilJT&
A haW hthek ntwrM
and n
ALAND
Itrrtrlseaf sdendoftrnkLdkledAiurnrtt. A n
tMl.end duly recorded irt Ubr BO A No. 14. rollo
ISS,and by direction, IsbaUl strobile motion.
on FKIDAT.UMTMbdaroi Juurr, A, D. IK, at
4 volock, p. m.. on tbe rwmtac ail that pieee nr pov
numbered Ave hundred end thlrfr At, (lift. I ,
Scribed M follow! UMjDBlflff fl th MIMMlh
iwinw eoroar w sata u am runmnjr uencs
BWih lftfUr (Ml feet, thakMB WflNt it (til fL
HI
i!S5ii!A Tnprereiuents, twiiUtWwi frame
Terms wh:
rhlMT! Bias
i: conyyman, an., si com or wif
down on tbedayof mm; and If ths
vompllsdwUbwitbln fits days after tbs
iirnu ara not fmwnnl
iuya after tbs
it in resell Ihe
day of eal tb trnate reserves tbe rWbi
pnniliM at Um rtak and etwt of tb drf
-faultlna- Dtir.
rawr or en rental naT inres tune
tmbiauutd In W aahlTuraoa ellr.
v mif avnpvprr
LPT, Tnutw,
JAMS. A Bras.
WSBllW
.J!( Ml v ?
UttlULA M HIMJi
T)T WJt I- WALL As CO.. AnetUnecrs,
4) . NewMtrhjeUutldlntf,
Mob. Vn tad M Feniuyrrania stenn. eorner of
Ninth street,
lt- OnfUlDAY MORNIN'a,pse-mrr
r. nmmsDclur I o clock, wa will
;MIwL wttbln our sslee-rooma, Um
(I I I'anJaUraotive Una of Furniture, Ac,
roouUnjr of
I Second-hand Pianos, I ocUve, stool tod cover,
roodmhkee.
t Parlor Suites. In ftp and htlrclolh.
fla Wrior Koli, Lnmlou amoka.
10m Waianl OBAnbiir Hulto with dntalnji
I WaTnat MarMMop Chamber (Ma.
ValDtiMrlmtnMl Oak Unamtwr HeU.
i 0k Onambar Hitta,
4 ittra tMN. Imiutton Walnut Wardroboa.
hnuk-caaea, Dnraaua, Nldoboard,
Marbla-top TaWV Hliatnota, Uat tf.
lnn Walnut Harbi4op IlabT RutU, Carrfd
Obalra.
1 P1d Wblto flair Hattrm.
Alao, a lot of Mt6ood-on4 Fu nil tar, rf moved tt
our atora for eonvntvnoa of !.
jipntiiDiai (.luiaMinitiaiii,
Wlttf Mounrni rhrt arllclM intha
iwnMyuiiaiKi ,
ntbrc aniclM ra jba f ornHtm tin.
WUffAtLlOU AuctiOUMra.
r-THR ABOVE 8ALR I KWTTONFT). OM
unl of tha WMtbar. uulfl MONDAY MORS INO.
wmbour
W L WALL At 00 , AocUooecra,
B
VKRKEN WIIJ.IATIR, JtttUrr,
no. iwi, nonowMi eornr ioui ana ii tirveu.
n BALE OP A NUAT TWO-MTpRT
Wl
ND TENTH 6TRKETH. AT AUCTION
rtrtu of daod of trun to Joahaa
aoa mwi, atn Mpimwr a, it.
aquradk,bi tb eft of IVuhisrtoa, deaerlbwlaa
foilowaTHMdnBlair at a, Mli tfMl Uoaof
aat f fart, tfaanoa nortb II f art, thonoa wrat to
I m. WOHIW BOUIB 1 I fN Kl DWDIUUf, II
tba Mortharn IB ft front hr d4h tharMr nf ii
alorapaid. towrtbrr wttlT tba tmMovrtnruta ibari
oonataUnf o7 naal two I
ortrwriuo 7
awaradbrailaador truaton
Tarmii alAA nUi
tba prooM-trl foadppoiltoniaoriiUnpof
ol aala ara not ooraplMd with within At days
proptTtr win ba raaold a
"'""UBfiassin
r will ba raaold at Um hk aud
AneUotMera,
P
Bnl
Y IJITIMEU Ac OI.KAHT,
nthweal ooruar of Fmiu. btk and tie Truth strort.
TBUflTRPfl
TWKNTIIC1
sitr;Q"TMnioTFn pnnrrjiTY
'T. IirTWirF.NNINI.TPyNllI AND
ttTrf HTUEETri NORTH WtJST
II
UnA and b wlrtua of a daad Of truat. War.
injruaisnD hm nu 4"J " nunihA.i' ion,
'and du):
ilrraoordi
tnaland j
OMlinijiorT
o. fid, folloa IMI at
it tiubltn
auotioo.W tba hlyliMt blddttr.cn fHIDAir, IhaSd
day of January. A. 1. 117, at 4 su o'clock p. nt.. on
tba prwntiaa. all that ptaoa or parprt of ground alto
aUandbatmrmtbaourof fbJiMrttn,and known
ml Aamfrtinmii An tha irmuiul ttl&l nr iJau UiarMif aa
dfour.lI.ttii a(uaranun)brradWhtr
Tarroaof aalst Ooa third caah, and tbs rraldu In
fwoaqual parmenUatals sad twaUa mnutha.wHb
iaWaat from tb day of aala, aaeurad to tb aatlaf ao-
with uiny VAr.ninT.ie tKRirttiirAi,.muH.
jmwtunwr
folio tn. ooa of Um land raoordaof Waahtnlun,
p a., and br dlrnctloo of tba nrtr ibfnby aMurail,
I willaaU a( nubllo aurtlon. In I rot it of tba iTtu
(m, to tha lUiibMt blJ-Ur, on TU8lAY, tbe
MUi darof Deoprabftr, 171, at 4 o'clock, p. tn.all
thai r4 of lot No. 41. of TnrnWi antkAivlaton nt
na uiui riKxiniMi in Liturr nuniurmi so.
not 1
.n aotna nawananer nrlntad ud nuUUhrd lu tba city
n( Wiihlul! n. I
JOSEPn n HRApI FT. Js , Tnwlr.
daratooad LATIMKR k tLKAIllT Auct'ra.
g ONSTAnLK'S BALK OK TIIK CONTENTS OF
a pRiNTiNu orrjuE.
r Tlrtite of aundrrwrtta of JL. . to me dlracta 1.
br Cbarlaa Walter, J. P , In and for tha county of
waablnKton, V O.. st tbo ault of plaintiff. 1 bavs
artaad Bud takan Into aaacullon all tba rUnt, till.
claim and Inlarea c
I IniAPKBA nt dafaiulinta la Uii
aantd rood and ebattala, Visi Tba aualatita of
oi aaiancuoM in ua immiiH
lMnUn onoa at No. W I'an&ayfTBnlB stmiim, near
ruur-tnu-a-uui uw.
I Br
rrlvanoUaathst on RATVHDAT. Ihslllt
day f IMo-mbw, ISTS, at II o dock a. m., I will offer
fur aala, on th prrmlaaa, tba aald fooitu and rbatlrla i
a artaail and Ukn Into aiaouUon, by 1-uUlo sur
w sn n -"VlMilPXU OemUbfa.
Ofltoa-ltotwn II, City H all
WABBiWOTQir. P. ft, Daocmbw 11. IS71 dfjO-M
fYHItKD arATES MA lea UAL HALE.
To vtrtna of writ of led faeUa laaned from Uie
Sark'a OMo of tba auprcm Court of tb Diitrirt
Uolumbla, and to ma Ulractod. I wilt aell.Mpub
110 aala, for pmK, U) front of tha oourt-bouaa
doorof aald Df.ttfct.aa UUNUAT.tb tb lr of
Januarr nut, WX a 11 o'clock m., all dafaodaat'a
vlki tltl. .Talm Kiid Inlorrat In and to tba aoutli
tfnlr f sat of ly H, In Hauar No. Tit, In th e ty
of Waablnrton, 1. O.. tojraQiar with ail and alunUr
tnlmptomauia tbarvtm, artaad and lajiBd Un
ioa proeriroi nmaai aaaaaiai iiuw !
to aaUaf j aiaoutloa No.
uwira
dl-d
".vfiMaKt
B
V (lUnKNA UILUAMH.Aa-tlwerat
bo, wot, noruwMK cornw imia aou u nom.
ffJ Dyrtrtaaof s dacra paaaod by Um Boprom
IH Court U tha DUtrlct otUolumbla. In oaalty
aucttan.lajrroQt of Ujjiwnili on MONDAY, Um
snaaayoi iMMnntr.uriMi ronu p. ni.muut
HaoaornrortofjrroanduUiartir of ilwwwrtowu.
CaoaornroalofjrroanduiUiartir of ttvncvMowu,
the Dbtrtot of AtumW. bavtnnlnf St tba north
wart aoruw of llrbbja andOunirraa Talrartat ranstor
tuano M fart onttrtdita lrrl tbanea nortb nod
paralMl WlUi 0nfraaB straw lis l
lUfliin buou wm
it I UMpoa aarton
Wat Una of Con
with waa Una of
r?f.tTnTri;r
outa im 01 B W-iopf ajirj h ta
a-raas atrart tbanra aoatb braudwlui
J."??!.0!.
tXHurraa atrart i io i
h lln ! In twJnrlntf.
"WniTilSi t. lmnW.H.1 '
. "irnvr' . .
Tiluabl and tart builnaaa alanda lu Um oltjr of
Term of aalsi On alxUi csjrh, and Ut balance In
thirty Musi nonUtlr paymaota, with b)trart at Iba
bdu ih ona oi in iimipi
r paymaota, with
ini prr annum froi
rata or tan par oroiuni prr um
wltb aaeariry to tha aauafaolMi
ban rrtaiboii on tba proportr
loonar n b paid In oaali or 11
mm -' ' ft! tha umi rata o
of aabv
acild tor tha nurcbaaa
ahortar Um than
Tf m ilk K (wiiiiIpkI nt tli inirflhuar al tliiia ii
aaia. AUeoqTayaiiclos'snd awnna at coat of pur
drlftd pUar,QtnOourl AuqUonorra.
Bv
AacUu&csr, III BavanUi
rtof adeodoftrui
pfVbTtft.tr: Yf tba ti of s3i aw not ueorgut, tmnua, Aititms, wiuis
Ud with In firs daya, tba truu rmerr tb lana, and Texas, lie will probably hold rourt
SSUt&titAXftiaSfflSlSl ' In 1wW.m I. J4.m.rr, L II L, thU rw.
MqN day, Decani her n,
U Tnfui atrart nortb w at
at h o'clock, a. m., at N'i. ' senteuce on a number of Ko-Klnr prisoners to
it, all tha uroltur secured . dsy, when the Vnlted Atste court adjourned (or
bv thak dail al trnak. ebnaiauna at
BUckatniA lSUdMOkUrJjaeB, 4 Hpiiujn,
I PaatbarlnllowB, I PaaUicr bd, 1 Luwf. ,
MarbWeUurBU.UkbonnyfiqranaV Tsbus
Eitaualon IMtUoa IBl Ja, HI IrboBrd rlida Tabic,
M alhwany fancy Tabl, I Taolaa, 1 flookara.
Clock! an, Vaaaa. 1 1) lack Voard.Towal Rack,
PUtad Caator, Huttr Dtab, . ,..,
Hbihiir. B
'abla Purnitura and A Itrhrn Purntture,
daTuUindAda
an Vrrlrtn of a dacd of truat to na, dated Airil
kit isn. ami uuiy raoordea in iocr ja. oiin '
UUIII UI Wl
C-uii tliareou, CDunUtiiw of two mUiiw
Qlftt!, Noc IU and SJUN alreet northwaai
Tarmai Tb amount of tb Indabtedneaa
f armai Tba amount of th indabtedneaa asoured
byaaiddaedof iru.1. sU. wh iutret. aud th
aianWoy aTOu-i
it a
jid
slur sue tbe property will be resold at therinh and
ouat of Ui duauluutf purvhaser. OouveyanaiB' at
ascitdkd
BY UUKBN aV Wlf.MA3I. Anrtloneen.,
NorUiwest sornar 1 entb and U streats.
TBDaTFEH' rUf 6TA DPAIRArilE TWO-
AND SU N rUKKT NOUlUrVUHT, AT AUU
SFt,
u wwufvm ui i uiLatwin, . J t
na ny airocuon uf in parTrinarroy aocurao.
will al at putillc auction. In front nr tba prvmia.
In Ut iibHiwt blddar, on MONDAY, th ttd day yt
IhtoutuWr. Iiflt. at 4 uVIim F, p, m.. Iota U and la. In
tnaoiiinnilaaiiiiMra antMilvimu of louMatiiJH. lu
maun
TIIENmVOIlXSANA DEJJIOATION AND
TUB HUTARMB COURT.
Tht delegation of cltlrcni of New Orletn
tlitrf ! U prawn! ft mcmorlftito th Freal
dnt and to Congreu, ttttlof forth Ibe tIcwj
of lu ilipicri with regArd to the action of (he
United fitalt Court In thatcttjr Id tha tae
Of KelloffijTi. Warmoth and other, hare ac
cotnpUhed tbttr minion and Are about to re
turn to Loulilana, leatlnj committee of
their number la WMhlnffera to reprcient the
IntereiU of the memorlalliti and trioie por
toni-rn new Orlean wbo bare united with,
them In thti appeal to the Preildent, The
delegation proceeded to the Capitol yerter-
uaj, for the purpoM of enuitlag CongreM and
the Snpreme Court In their behalf, aad were (L
orae time In the room of the 0paker of the
Houw. Their chalnnanUoirVLOunprjell,
aa an inierriew witn Aaocute Jtuuce
Bradler and the othef member I of the court
batltUWlleTcd thathll-Ut wm entirely
fraltlrii, Jadge Bradley htrlng declined to
accede to the reqneit rnade by the delegation
that he would proceed to NewOrliam and
try the caieof Kellof g r. Warmoth, In the
lead of too dUtrlct Judge there. In whoae
Impartiality and Integrity the taemerrallu
areloit ail.confldenre.
!(. moat' be obrtona to erery InUlIlgent
reaairtiiat thie rcqaont to Juitlce Bradley
wa one beT could not romolr with. In the
firtt place the ault In queitlon haa been par
tially tried by Judge Uaren, and It would
be In the highest degree Indelicate, If not Im
proper. U take It out of Idi hand, If he
hap Ltcn guilty of mlcoBdOct laofflre,of
which tliere U no proof. Clearly the occu
pancy of the bench of the Circuit Court at
New Orleana by Aiwoclate Juitlco Bradley
at thli time would be equlralent to a cemure
upon the Dlitrlct Judge, aud a belief upon
the part of the Auoelate Jnitlce that the ac
cusation! made by the New Orleana memo
rlalliti agaloit Judge Punll were well
fonndfd) Vaqaestloaablj, If Jnttge Dnrell
bo a mart of dtialpated hkMt,M U alleged,
or allows htmwlf to be carried away by par
tisan feetlngi, or la chargeable with corrup
tion In office, he ought i to be remoTed from
the bench In the method aod by the proceeding
pointed out In tha CooatUutlupi that U to lay
by lmpeacblog him before Die Senate of the
United State. So far no ipeclfle aeruiatloni
Bgatnit bltn hare been made on mponilble
autliorlty. '
There hare been newipaper rbargci Uli
true, and tbU request of the memorlalliti of
New Orleam to Jiutlce Bradley aaklnr him
to inpcnedo Judge Dure 11 Indicate a belief
of hi unfolrnei or Incapacity t hut theie
fact are not infflclenl to Justify the Supreme
Court or any of It members in condemning
one. of their, colleague, wbo U only eubordl
nate to them In thU, that hi Judgment can
be ret lewod when brought up to the apMU
late tribunal In the mode and at the time
pointed out bylaw. The. statute, we think,
reqtlre an AiaOftUbi JuUr of, the Supreme
Court to Tlilt the circuit aulgncd to him once
to erery two year, 1 Jl J the practice of
the J tie to proceed to their circuit at
tha close of the winter terra of the Supreme
Court. It would be plainly Irregular, If they
had the right, (which a doubt,) to absent
tlienutelTeii from Washington on circuit btul
nesi dnilng the period deroted to the trial of
appeal. An Associate Justice of the Su
preme Court would not be warranted in gtv
Ingany SMiJUjaKfJlCtJQdttOJt --wl'
Tie wa not appointed to the Bum
Sunreme
Court to perform, any such duty. The
latter court Is an appellate tribu
nal, while the circuit court Is one of ori
ginal Jurisdiction, to administer which there
Is special officer, known a the circuit
Judge. It I true that thij associate Justice
hill on circuit sit with th circuit Judg
and exercises, with him, original Jurisdic
tion, but tiiat is not m principal duty, and
litigant In the Supreme Court would hare a
right to complain If their rases were nag
lectoil on account of the absence of a mem
ber of the court for such it reason a mere
want of confidence In the district Judge.
We belle re that these are the Tlews held by
Associate Justice Bradley and hi brethren
of the Supreme Coart. The special rlrrnlt
judge for the Louisiana district 1 W. B.
Woods.
Ill circuit Is a tars? one, and Include the
SutM f Georgia, VIorida, AUIms, Louis-
nr v!!,.'. ni ,.. Krn i.l... n..i .i.
" "",-''" ""'
is no erldenre, so far, of the unfitness of the
dUtrlct Judge to try thU or any other wit,
and i 1 very unlikely that hi brethren of
the bench will lliten to these vagae accusa
tion against Judge DurelV which come front
quarter and persons who may be Justly sus
pected of being actuated by motive whUb
are nf a political character.
)U BAT SNOW NTUK.1L
ItUfttrwdaOTrrin Nortb and Ueai-Knlt-
roaal Traiet Delayed.
CmcAOO, Pee. M, Tb areat storm or yester
day loroothout tb Northwest occurred contrary
in me nrviiruuna vi tni wrtiucr uurcau ui inr
War lfepartmeot. Por two dsrs tbe weather
report announced clearing and fair weather when
It Lwrslsted In being cloudy, and after a dash of
snow uu uciurv y
ana nf tha moat I
nessed here for a Ions time. Twelve hours after
the storm bad generally commenced the weather
bureau cam out wltb probabilities for to-day,
predicting- what bad already pasaed. The sky
wea dear tWa ptornisa, aluiouj erry thorotif b
fare was blockaded with snow.
Th snaw storm appears to bare extended orer
a bur xtat of country. Train amrlajr here
but abjhl and this moral nt; on nearly all the
road wtr meteor leas delayed, but no serious
tacoavealear M rewiud. TP-daj th weather
t clear and brbjnt.
i iron, Daev-A heary anow atorm, fo).
low by rain, prevailed Utronghont New Eng
land ust alni snd toUy.
Maw Ton. Dec to. now comsoeneed fBlllnv
here early last Blrbt mud conttBaeit tn a 1st
hoar. Dispatches from Chleafo and Bt. Louis
report violent now atorm In those etUes,
Lvatuai ft u "" au. bbt aaow iwm
DravBlln her. About ten Inch of imv hava
already fillofOHil appearanee tndloate that It
wiuenore ? uuu iromtnsnortnareau
deutyed by the SWrm.
LAwaaiira. Kam December n.Th marearr
this mornlnvwa elgbteen degrees below aero,
the lowest (or tbe peat five years.
Popum until, N. Y December ). Tbs mora
Inf iMUsenger train that Pourhkeepale and
Eastern railroad romlny west wa detained Bve
hours at Dostoa UOEnar this Burning by snow
ilrlftt ten feet deep, A furious gale of wind was
t 'revelling there at the time, and tbe Harlem
rains did not dAreorow in Ugh embankment,
on which trains have twin blown from the track.
Salt Laii rrrr, Dee. w. There have been
uevy sterna u tn raonatains aire.
There was a land slide at Alts. LRU Cotton
wood, by which a bnuding of the Emily mine
was carried away. Two men were severely cat
and bruised, and ten others were taken down by
m mi id, nut Mfi uu hihjuiij uijurcni.
1 b Irlii1atnre took areceiB tn-dav nntll Jan.
nary 1th.
A Dlaaanlat UTronblr.
fouanaursii, N T Dea to. Tnnlson vu
released on bu own reooguiaanoe to-day to
answer a charge of Ugamja and was tmme
dlBtrly rcsrreitfril on a civil suit preferred by the
father of the girl with whom he eloped.
Killed by U Cr.
llARTroBP, Conn., Deo. to. ol, nichsrd II.
Wheeler, aged thirty-eight, waa killed by the cars
lL.llnp. N.ilh In Ik Hilt. An Th ii a. I II.
oommatrded an Ohio cavalry rcguaent during Ibe
wmT
war.
8trlkerCaiailr.
CuiOAOO, Dec, . About flv hundred coal
nine rs,. employed la ulna la th immetiui
fleinityef Stribgflrld, DUnoU, stfjek yesterday
or an alvsnce of twenty-live per tent. The
mine owners are Uuicnuiued to resist the de
mand. .
Mr. A. J Clark, editor and nubllshcrof tbe
Jordan (Minn ) Mirror, In announcing It for sale,
gives th f ullowlug honsrt xpreskn of opinion
khoul th paper od tbe vmii Mhomanwho
wusf a Mesu-out' Democrat. Myed
iiiiiowiuir uonaas axpresaion oi omninn
' must undertake to publish the paper soineivhsr
j In Scott county until be starves to death, unlets
In Scott county until be starves to death, unlet
' aooner kicked out. We offer to sell fur th simple
sooner aicaea out. r r oner to sen tor tn siuipH
i rpunn that we have live Hon nnanrh In atuiun.
I try where our whisky Is frovnupiune month!
In th year, and vry mQ' no is In 'perpetual
moUon,"'
FOREIGN.
NEW SPANISH CABINET.
Bterma nnd F1d In Franer Italyt and
Ureal Britain Over Five llaadred Per
en Prawned la the La at Ten Dny
The French Itadget Pnd The (
twlliee ef Thirty nealre lUrwieny With
Ih fJartraairat King Tlrter Kinannrl
III Aeerelary Delnn al llavnnn.
nrAtN.
A Change In the Cabinet,
Madrid, Dee. W. The crisis In the Cabinet,
Which waa antlclnatnl hr tbe ImnarHal on
S ednesdsy last, has occurred. The Minister of
Finance, l'ublio Works and the Colonies nave
reurfrL lienor Kchegaray ha been appointed
Minister of Plnannn. Re nor Raeerra of rnblle
works, and enor Hoxinera of tn ooionie.
The sitting ef the Corte yesterday wa sus
pended in consequence of the ensis.
w iiRiimii rRDiRTin m ni ii i.
Th nawlrnnnlntad mlnUters were srenUd
14) inv rVing to-nay, nan iuuk inn uiu ui uuicv.
ZortUa had a long eoafcrrnc with Hlvero,
m f-i nnT miiTimi uu.
ThaftnnBUi haadeBnlMlv aporoved the rlerev
oonnuon niiu
nuEAT nniTAiN.
HternM aad FIedw 4Irea Lw ef Life,
lAwnoML Dee. u. The late heafy storms bar
awoiim um stream thronahont KnsrUnd to a
great helfht, and wverat of tbem have over
flowed. Windsor and Eton are Qooded. Th
river Trent and 1U amnents,tbe Low andDer-
went, nave naen anove men- own, aurnornnng
a larg portion of the eonury In Leicester, Derby
ni Mntiiifsham. In acrtia nacUobS Of thcaa
counties only the tops of trees and hedge ar
visible. Heavy land slide have occurred near
Dover, and railway communication wltb that
town Is interrupted. Th town of Peterborough.
In Northampton county, U flooded, and many of
the resident have been compelled to take refuge
from the water In the upper atoriea of their
dwellings.
A duuatch from Liverpool aayi 441 persons, in.
cnuoing nawrnger ann saiiurv, nT i-on.i
marine disasters daring the past ten days.
Thlrtv Demons were ToBtbr the sinking of the
ship Matchless, off rtortnwmbenanti eoonty,
Mihiri nraniHam.
TbaRrltlkhffurvaturballeus'erwIll sail from
Portsmouth to-morrow for the purpose ol mating
scienuflo deep- sounding.
uunrnwiuH wr iuhvim.
neom Klnr has confeiwed that he murdered
pook at OreenwleA.
yUKKHALOr TI"Wl"rm iwnnni4.
Th funarai of th Vwoountes Deaeonsfleld
tookplac ynUrday The remains wer depos
ited in the isrnlly vault In the church-yard st
Iloghenden. TB obeale were strictly private
id oi toucmna aunpui ;
OOSTSTL rAUCVILO.
tnriMffl. Tjml Sft.A dennutlon from tha
American Chamber of Commerce waited to-day
on tieneral 1-ucins FairctUd, the newly ap
pointed ronsui oi tne cniieu mauis at urerpooi,
and tendered him a hearty welcome.
CAatiatmn uTwnowiii.
Loxmn. Deo, t u . m,-The river Call ha
overflown. The vicinity of Cambrtdg for mile
u jlke a lake and tne streets ot in my are
flwHid Hr.vkirfe and I vaeshurr are delurad.
The recent rain-fill Is estimated at P,eos of tons.
wvm tun ivnii
Aaatrtaa ambassador to Oreat Britain, ha gooe
to lenna, probably to asaum higher functions.
Uat the iteamthl Nianaoo, which aatled from
Montreal for Hall, ha laoadarnd.
1 ha AsDrev. from uusbec ha arrlrd at Hull
Rh report vry heavy weather, Ucr carpenter
um waancu oicnwwu iuu iu-.
Pit AN CM.
Itrtdgew Daager
Puts. nen. M. It la orobalrie that some of
tb brltlfca crosslnff the Seine in thl cltr will Im
wept away by the flood.
tu uaani u ur iiuhtt.
The committee of thirty have appointed two
lVcomrjiUt whtjh ttapaatcu' iTh iaan
rbertbrtne committee expreaBagreat desire to
come to an agreement with the uovernment.
Tne MonarrniMB no longer inniKoa1onaning
the action of the eomnitttee to tbe executive and
tbe legislature. The committee, already approve
of the theory of a second chamber, not await
the Government's plan for It organisation before
ErooeedlngtodlsoiM tb matter In detail. The
rst sublect taken In band bv the committee wiu
be the suspensory of tbe veto power.
TUB ivuuic ruaiv.
The Assembly to-dsy unanlmonsly voted the
ipplles for UTS aa estimated in the Imdget of
is Minister of Finance.
Tfll K iKTS AFP Al.
All the members of the mnnk-lpal tovernmrmt
of Nantes have resigned In consequence of the
removsl of the mayor, Th Pans press gene
rally regard the step taken by the President In
this matter a an IndliaUon of a conservaUve
policy. Th radical pre do not attempt to con
ceal thetrlndignauon.
nil ooriaHvnrr or lyoxs.
Tha Minister of tha Interior la conKultlntr with
the nrefent and mayor of Lyons aa to the expe
diency of suppressing the municipal government
of that oity on account of th pronounced reitr
calism of lis member, and of dividing tha city
organisation Into several mantel pal met.
CANADA.
rrubablejt remain etlen f the Cabinet.
(rrnwi. ! L The Cdlatn. a (lovornment
organ, in a review of the political situation, saya
Itlsotivloua that the head of the Government
may be called upon at any moment to reconstruct
his Cabinet! that Mr. llowe will be very Boon
made Lieutenant uonsral of the Nova Scotia
(irovlncei and his place be tilled by Mr. Archl
ld Mr. Langevin Is most capable of leading
the French Cuadln supporters of the Govern
ment, Instead of sir peorge Carter.
ITALY.
The king HI.
ItOHK. Dee. . KIn Victor Emannel hss been
Indisposed since yesterday, having had an attack
of rbeumatlo fever. Ill physician do not con
sider his Illness serions. The King paaied a qnlal
night, and this morning th rarer symptom bad
ronslrtenMyoUmlnUhsd
NArLcs, Deo. w, A gale of unprecedented
vlolenoe awept'over Napl yeaterdsy. Much
dsinsge was done to property In the rlty and the
shlppFngln the ty
C'CU A,
Arrival ef Secretary Del an.
Havana. Dec 1. Secretary Delano bu ar
rived here.
It is exnected that the tobacco crnn will be
The h'W rBieaM U dccreaalaf,
INDIA.
The lnlled HlaJe rUemaner Irkawna
CAtttrrtA. DeA.1t. The United SUtes steamer
fjtckawana arrived here to-day from Hingspore,
via I'enang,
NKWYORK.
TheTril".fr1tahc,
Naw Yoag. Dee. to, The new law relative to
Inrora, known aa tb Todd Jury law. la now In
tal tome, and Its provisions, whereby th faot
mat n nuwu na aprraaca a ouiuion snau
tuitmilltAL avmJnit hla aceentance as a fnror.
bare bn faJly and aadsfaotorlly eiempllflsd In
U4 Mok eaaav Coder th oiitlaw. at uu time
there wouUl not hare been a single Juror ob
telnL Th drawtng of Jorors oontinned In the
BtoT.cetrtay. tOaaof taaroradrawnwas
aowa to havebnen formerly in the employ of
an ancle of Stokes, and traa exrused, tha leav
ing eight Jurors drawn. The Oyer and Tarmlner
Court agearBdai4oelook. m- oavtag got
on juror m tb mora' case quring the day.
Thl wtth the out withdrawn, lie three yet
Hi in uiniv(
Korrmitmr ovnra nrBrrvw
lion. Wit, onoa suted to-dsy that George
imam Lvrui na no uvea no
suliject of the editorship of ths
TBI scan am nanoH.
Judge Orr, of Honth Carolina, baa accepted the
TtusBian mission, and expect to sail for Europe
about the middle of January, though, b a refers
not to encounter the rigor o( in Ht, Peter
burg climate nntll the middle of March.
AaBTTD ron robbino mi roar orncav
Richard prandon was arrests.) to-dsy for rob
bing the post offle of t,nM) mall bags. He cn
(etaed, aud says h has no arcompiloaa.
ANDRRSON rOWONINd OAaa.
In the Anderson poisoning casa, to-day, tne
actused. Dr. Irlali, was admitted to the witness
stand, and tesuned that be never had any Im
propei relations with Mrs. Anderson: also rela
tive to the (act of her husltand1 111 neat snd
death, and also conformity of tb statemeat that
arsenic- ws bonght at his, witness", store by the
desire of Auderaon himself,
um wo or oil piium.
ThsxecuUveconunltte)l oil dealers to-day
. concluded arrangement wini ta Retmir's Asso
ciation for qulUble co-operation, and new price
will be announced at oil city on Monday.
1 n iiik ,m
f l&S&XTZittJ&LTEllV 9;
i tUut and Massachusetts met here yesterday and
resolved to form orgaaisauon in lb sever I
mates to oppose the additional tax of three and
a half cents per barrel and to secure 6tte legis
lation In thill favor,
PAT Or BriCIAL ritATIB,
To-dsy I being well ouaerved by the Episco
palians here a a day of spotlal prayer.
HAUIMI pUUBTIk.
Kingston, Janialo,datea of tbajlth Insunt
! fikuudemd. IhecrH- ware uvadand takt tn
nato ton tno ivrw usunok iron new xorx,
Kingston. Tbe bark AUeaLom, from New York,
was touuir wretaea on tne sin instant on Little
was totally wretked on the th instant ol
Juagua. TU crew were asved. The
i Uaaterwa at Rio JTsneUon th t
irtnte
ran uiu.
vidsa.
An unknown three-muted aohoooer 1 ashore
near ureei egg narvor, new Jersey!
STBAMan acRHin.
Th steamboat Anditw Fletcher, belonging to
the outran tin a dcnartmenL waa hurniul earl
Vol morulngw.hu laying t thtUoifinuiint
dork at quarantine. LoutttVM). Th csme of
the Ore Is unknown,
MATH OF rCTWAM, TUB PCBMSBia.
a Oeorge Palmer Putnam, th well-known ptit
llsher, of this city, died suddenly this evening.
Mr. Putnsm was lwrn In Brunswick, Me., Feb
ruary It, ills, snd commenced the life of a pub
lisher at the ago of Of teen.
Mr. Pntnam hail han at tha ilnM ihaiI nt th
dsy, and seemed In remarkably good spirit. lie
was exhibiting a book to a friend when he fell to
th floor, striking his head upon a projecting
shelf, A ph ysk-tsn was at onoe summoned, who
.Tim.ir.im.inriPui iiiq I1IIUCI. (II
vaus oi ma uoain wss apoplexy.
TUI T1CXMA IXrtMmAM.
Th American Oeographlral Society hate
nnderieken to collect for the Vienna Induitriai
Kxposition maps photograph, scenery, reo
graphlcal and other reports, and inch informa
tion as may le necessary to represent It true
condition. The collection will be made and
transportation home at tneir own expense,
nconne ruNTii raAiM uttmta
Oeom Francis Train and Wesley Nlchotl
wrre arrested this evening, on a bench warrant
Issued by Judge Ingraham, on a charge of pub.
Ushing an obscene paper. Fifteen copies or the
paper were seixea on tne way to ta post omce.
COL. JOHN RAT
lectured to.nlght at Association hall on "Day
break In Sheta," giving a sketch of tbe progre
nf demnRrBtiatnatttntlonaui that country. Th
andienoe wa large and the lecture well re
nmi -,
F.HIE'S f.UEAT VICTOltV.
The rtetllemenf of Jay ald-Th flrnnd
Opwrm liana and Other Yreperly ! b
Conveyed I Ih Company.
New Yoag Deo. 0-Th Httlemeat by Jsy
Gould with the Erie Company was tb main topio
of conversation throughout the city last night.
Ill every where regarded an grind triumph
for Erie.
The proposal for settlement wa communi
cated In ft letter by Jay Gnnld ddred to Presi
dent W ataon, of the Erie railway, on December
IT, lie Mated that sine his restgnatlanof the
presidency he had been prepare! to make eon
vevancea to tha company of property beionglns
to it, which 1 held in hi nam, but to which, he
says, b nver mad any claim. During hi ad
ministration h mad various purchsse of prop
erty for the company with money of hi own,
th benefit of which accrued to the road. Vpon
the construction placed by Mr. Watson on his ac
counts, b was charged with all these moneys,
and benee he believed the properties tn question
belonged to him, and It they were not transferred
he shonld be credited with their value. Owing
totheatateln which he was compelled to leave
his accounts on withdrawal from the company,
and the loaaof hi account book, som things
remained unexplained.
The various piece of real estate In dispute,
therefore, be proposed to convey to th company,
and Io addition to th Grand Opera Honaeand
adjacent properties owned by himself and Flak.
1 do this," he says, "for the sske of peace.
Mr. Watson thereupon replied that he consid
ered thl a fall offer, aod would al once lay the
subject before a special committee.
Mr. Gould yesterday mate the following state
ment to a reporterr "tnce the Erie war my ob
ject has been to obtain a aerie of roads under
practkaHy oa management from New Tork to
San Francisco, ami in this way obtain a fair
sbar of atl the traflto on tb Intervening route,
and that which accrue at cither termlno.
Gould object seems now to be to enhance the
price of Erie stock, to the end that he may b
measurably reimbursed.
Jay Ooufd Is engaged this morning In formally
transferring to bVL. m. Barlow the property a
agreed to make over to th Ert railway,
LarswauanUtleaof stock of Erie sold la Wall
street to-day, during great excitement, the pric
iuuuius up ui av'a.
TBI moriRIT BTUBXKDIlaD ST OOtXD.
New Tore. Dee to Tba stocks and hnnria
which Jay UouM to-day transferred to the Erie
luuiwsy company amount to nerween d.oqq.ooi)
aud $Aooo,oi. The transfer took place at Mr.
Rsrlow'aomee.Mr. Uonld aaauttintrtn tha work:.
and President Watson and others being pres
ent. It H said Gould eumndered uncondition
ally all hi real estate tn New Jersey,. Peunsytva-
nia, ami itnoiio itann, mo ttrmau vijwra nouae,
with ten or twelve tmlkliogi on Twentieth
and Twenty-fourth streets, together wltn a valu
able plot or ground at tbe foot of Twenty-third
street. North Itlrer. He Is also to aocure Mrs.
1 ucr llak an Interest In the Grand Driers nous.
The Ithode Island property surrendered by
Gonld Is supposed to be his marine villa on th
point at Newport; the New Jersey title compre
hends his real estate Interest on the North Itlrer
shorvaatthlwBmeylV4nIa prnpert y ts aard Id'
rcprcsriii com uenu.
The Erie company hav agreed to settle with
the estate of Colonel Pis k for Flak's half of tba
Opera House and 1400,000 cash. This will leave
Mas- wmow wim tess tuan luu.ouu. Tne actual
legal transfers ef real estate may occupy several
weeks.
TUB PACIFIC CO A NT.
Th Wrecked Rteaaaer rtncrmmenl. .
Sam FaANnarCL Deo. flu. Advice from Kan
Diego Indicate that nearly all of the cabin far
nltiyvoaiof the crgo and part of the ma
rhiaMry of tbe steamship Sacramento will b
asved. The steamer PMeteter brought away
some of the property. The wrecker ar atiil at
work. The ship has not gone to pteoe, but th
bottom Is all stove la, Tb weather ha favored
the wrecker.
TBI Honoc nrpuN was.
The latest news from the Modoc Indian eoon
T state that Mslor Green waa rerrtBto
surround Captain Jack and hla baa L Th ntUU
taryar moving alowly, Th IndtWt offer t
fight tb troop ten to one, and will never em
ATTACKB ON TUI XonOCH HOVIKTABaT BXrBXTin,
Sam FaAircmco. Deo. to. Nswa from the seat
of war 1 to th effect that an attack by th
troop wa momentarily expected. Ceptalg
i ark's eaaip I not so dimcutt to be reached as
t first supposed. The Modoc came to the old
nauie ground on unrnt nrw anv cnaaieoaTeii me
imnna irt Rvhtthei. Few ahuta were aKchanrd
wlthnuteaeotoaettberskle. Motuw1 wr aeea
in the mountains waicning in movement oi
th soldiers. Volunteer har gon to Toska for
mor arm and ammonitlon,
CDTTOM PACTORT.
A movement I on foot to convert the vacant
Pad fla woolen will In tbtsnty into, cotton
factory. It 1 believed th cotton crop of th
state for tbe coming year will amount to 000,000
pounds.
nil aiaon stuabiwi-noTia coirrnr.
nritlsh shine In sort have been sonnlled with
rrswatt3Sa month, with bounty. Americas
snipe pay sou monta wiinoas Dtminty.
Eighteen boardlmr-boun natter, rlslmlng
bounty, were broagfal before tbe United (Kate
Clrceft Court to-day, and gave bad In am each,
UOWTON.
Pierre FJected Mayer.
BoflTOH, pec, 90. A recount of th votes show!
Pierce (Republican) elected mayor by f 4 plurality,
WOODH0LL AND CLArUM.
The aldermen refused to linens Woodhull and
Clafln to lecture In Mniie hall.
nil oui aotmi airjiuvH.
At A meeting of the pew proprietor ol the Old
South church thl afternoon It wa voted, ft
against 13, to lease the church edldce and vacant
lot around It to the United Bute Government
standing committee of the society publicly an
nounce that they will aell th ehnrrh to th Mas
sachusetts Historical Society at a price axed by
three disinterested Demons, to be kept forever a
a hlstorlo boltdlng. This action was taken to
enable those from abroad who remonstrated
against the leas of the building to the Gov rn
ruent for a post office to subscribe toward the
purchase of the property.
LOUIHfANA.
lawyer Indian ant.
Niw Oblbahs, Dec. fa. The XsrVotuif wo
liMA utea that the ltepublloan member of the
New Orleans bar are tndlguant that Justice
Bradley entertains the Idea of coming to Nw
Orlean to rev lew a derision rendered by a Judge
wnom tney consiuer cvoruiaai wiut uuu.
TUB TIMES HIIRO.
Proceeding to fore C. A. Weed, proprietor of
the Tfm, into bankruptcy were oouraenoe1 In
the United State dUtrlct court to-day by J. II.
McKee, former partner of the defendant, and a
writ was issued by Judge Imrell directing the
United Statee marshal to provisionally aelxe the
establishment of the NewOrleans rinua preases.
type, bonkSjAc subject to the farther order of
the court. The leisure was made this afternoon,
ami all business 1 closed, lqmondog Tm4
dl . liHixl ti.rilnrmw.
TbeAlabnsa. LtUtar.
UONToouxar, Ala , Deo. to. The House per
manenUy organised to-day by th eleuUonol L.
Hh linuui pcKT, Muwt iHHirvr viria, ,
Whiuker (colored) doorkeeper, and W. V. tur
ner assistant clerk, all Republicans. Thedlspo
Biuoa to retract formsr acUon 1 no longer
visible. All seems to b harmonious. In the
election for doorkeeper mor vote were cast
tnan mere were memoer present, iiom cauui
dateswere Re publicans. The senate dll noth
ing. m
A rtieninahl Agent Atmced.
CntCAon. IVc, to. John L, Blxtiy, eondilentlal
clerk nf W, W, Candles, general agent of the
Star Union freight Una. Ut reported to have ab
sconded to Canda wtth a considerable amount of
the funds of tb company.
Ibe weather here and throughout the Went Is
extremely coll.
Volll.lan ef UallrenJ Tralna.
rKoriniNCB.lbso.t'i, Through the negligence,
of a switch under at W esterly, a passenger traUi
from B toning ton for thu city collided with some
freight cars on atarnout, disabling the engine
and damaging the cars, but no passengers were
Injured,
Una Over by sua JUnglne.
HciikHiCTAbt, N, Y Pec to. Two men,
named Trsvers and Jones, luppoaed to 1e from
Albany, were run over last night by a helping
engine, Trsvers was dragged a quarter of a
mile aud horribly mangled. June was badly
hurt
' ' !
Aa AbncendJng Debtor,
CnciXKATi Dec. ft). Jam E. ThemMon. a
wealtny fanner of Harrisonburg, Ky Is said to
bar amconded, lenTlng limiu4 amountlug to
rtre al Kaaiii Hty,
ST. Louts. Dee, to. The Ferguson House and
DrafleminV dmg-itore, at Kinsas City, wire
homed yesterday, Lo tJ4,wo.
CONGEESS.
JHE DISTRICT APPROPRIATION.
rVnate Paclhe Dill wllh an AaneBilntewi
The Hilt ! Dark t lb lfee De--hat
an the Proponed InvestlgatUn f
Ih Arkansn Elertlnn N Qawrw In
Ih IIOMse Iteth 11ac AdJaarn la
Jaasmrr 0
f HKNATK.
iln th abteace of the Vice PresldrnL Mr.
Anthony was, on motion of Mr, Edmunds, elected
rreMdenipretrwt.
1 ABXAlrtAllETBCnOTf.
Mr. Bice asked to take up his resolution for a
abecial committee of Ave Senator to Inveitlgate
tBaoegd lrregnianuea in tne Ariansa eiec-
lton,twt
xr, MorniL.pt t objected.
'4 rrxAiomir sewtor.
ptr. Conkllng presented the petition of th
Mw Tork and Wevt India Steamship Oompany,
asking an annual subsidy of f lfw.ooo. Raferred
U Ik Committee on Commerce.
i WINONA AND IT. PBTBB1 BinAOAO. M
Vt. Wmdom, from th Commute on Pflbllo
Land, reoorted House bill xtendine the tuna
(or the ootnpleUon of the W Inona and St. jetr'i
railroad. Passed,
Biiji rwau.
p-i, n i iiiti. ii um iu, vuuiuiiiKii uu riituiov,
reported a nil) to authorise the Kan National
ruing to change It name to the First Neuonal
Dank of Topeka, Passed.
Mr, Cole, from the Commute on Appropria
tions, reported House bill approprtaUng l,4il
for the expensea of th Txaa frontier comsals
Blen. Passed.
Mr. Soott. from th Finance Committee, report
ed House Mil to author) th First National
Itank of Newtand. Georrta. to ehanre It nam
toth National Dank of Oommerc, and location
to Atlanta, tteorgia. rassea.
Mr. Cssserly. from the Committee on PrtnUnr.
reported a concurrent resoiuuoa to pnat h,oimi
eebieiof thoeuirgiisootheuu Garrett Davis,
oi Kentucky. Piuaed.
WABM1KUTUN TSSIUTVKT.
Mr. Eilmnnds offered a resolution aaltinv Am
th Secretary of W ar for all reports and Informa
tion In hla noaseaaloa loachlne tb antilarinf th
act to relmiiurse Territory of Washington, for ex
penaca incnrrvi in aapprraaing inniao nosilliur
In ISC.
KB. tJCl MOVID
as an amendment his resolution Drovldlnc for th
appoiniment of a special oommltte to In vast 1
gat theArtaasas election. Mr. Rle aald be
moved thl amendment to get th subject before
theSenat. Uunderstoodthatthmtb.od pro.
poswd by him wa th proper on to get at the
fact. He then proceeded to detail the allega
tions ef fraud against tbe Republican oncers In
the State, charging that the returns were falsified
loeWrandth (knervaUva candidate of uitr
election. He stated that tha Oosuwrratlve of
is bum were not wiumg ta surrender taetr
right, but they proponed to resort to no nnlsw
fujjnesaorea. Th Governor of th Stat had called nn th
Ooternment for troop, and larg hodie ef cav
alry aad artillery had been at lato theSute.
lie serrt to tne ness w no remi on oner or tne
Governor calling out the Stat mint la, the object
inatsiUUon
i were levallr
of th CunserveUv candidate who were legi
elethed. He aald that If it wa proved that the
ConaervaUre candidate were elected, there
would certainly be made an effort to put them In
possession of their offloe. II believed th p-1
pMBtnwnt of th committee he asked for would .
liA tut .Mil hnSI I
be ef ireet benefit.
na, ciattow aire
If the Senate saw lit to appoint thut committee
he did not know that ha should oblecL In mfar-
eno to the allegation of fraud mad by his col
league, he would merely say that he believed hla
means of information were aa good a hi col
league's, and be was satisfied that the state
ment were not correct. If there had been any
fraud, the laws of the Slat provided aiaplo
remedies. ,
lu reference to Ihrowlns ont votes, th onlr
case-that b had beard ol was that of the rlerk
or i,V conniv 01 ieBerson. wno bm utrowB out
C3D -mpui.lkft votes. This cletk belongiM to
luce's party, as to tne order railing out troops.
It wa simply an. order to tbe troop to hold '
themselves In readiness, and It wa the duty of
the Governor to take measures to preserve the
peace, because the adherent of his colleague'
party nau ucen ruimi w meet mi uwe itoci,
with the avowed purpoof putting In their can
didate by force.
BltlUIUlN DWVLU DVT
rote for the proposition as an amendment to a
matter to which It was entirely foreign, but he
thought that the subject waa a very proper one
for inquiry. There were two set of elector
claiming lb right to cast ths vot of thst State,
andltwasproer that the Senate should ascer
tain which of tbem had the right to cast the vote
of tbe state. He would therefore favor referring
thiubjMttothe Committee on Privileges and
.. I..!. a Barf If k ....Mlt.. .. r 1.
bin iiuiiv, kiiii ii iijv biniuiuiivv , ptuwr n
could autliorlxe a sub-committee to undertake
tne iDvesugation.
Pending further discussion, Mr, Wlndom called
for the regular order, the Indian appropriation
MIL He then moved to lay the Indian appropri
ation bill on the tahle; which being agreed to. he
said that th Committee on AnDruDrlaUon hail
considered
TBI DincitNCT ArTKOnitATlON IU,
and had approved It, Ue therefore moved todbv
charge the committee from the further eonsider-
auou oi vna uui, oi jiurpo ueiog vo unns it
MM!XnOT being
considered by uujuiicWconent, but he raised t
the point of order that the moUon made by Mr, I
It Indom mast lie over for one dsv.
AfursotndlcnsBlon tb ChsTr submitted the
question ta tne Senate, and It wa decided that
the motion could not be made, by yioe ta,
nay ft.
Mr. Wlndom then aald that although the bill
could not become now a law sail it would be a
source of comfort to the poor people here who
were Interested tn It, to know that It would be
C aased a soon as Senators came back from their
ollday (eatlvlUe. He now asked unanimous
consent to have th bill considered to-day, and
ne now rrjnincu it iiuni m cuiuiuhht.
ineiuu wuiutii wu uji,
ya.xDNiTNDa drclarrd
that be should not consent to vote a lump an-
ropristlon for the District Board of Publfo
Vorks. He Insisted that there should be an in
VMUgstlon aa to whether they had expanded
tbe puiUo money with propriety.
Mr, MorrUL of Vt, alluded to the distress pre
vailing among the workingmen of the District,
tbe employee of th board, by reason of Uelr
not receiving their pay. The board had been
unable to nogoUate the balance of the loan au
thorised because of tbe Boston Ore, and hence
were without funds to pay their employees.
Some people, his colleague Mr, Edmunds for
Instance, may have felt themselves treated a
Utile roughlyi but be believed In the main that
tbe board bad acted wlut fairness-and Justice,
and according to law.
KB, BDKITNDfl NOTED
an amendment that the Secretary of the Interior
had reimburse th Board of Public Work such
"reasonable' expenditure only aa Inenrred la
making improvement in trout of tba Govern
ment property. He said thst If the board had
paid higher Prices than they should; if they had
acted unlawfully, it could not b eonUndcd that
tne uovernment snouia pay taem ior it.
M r. Morrill and Mr. Sherman thought
TBI AalBNDUXNT CNRIAMNABLB.
How could tha Secretary of the Interior bare the
tune to go Into such an investigation as this.
After discussion of a similar nature to that 1&
the House on the saniesuMect the amendment
was rejected arc 16. noes SO.
Mr. Edmunds then moved an amendment that
the amount appropriated shall be paid on the ap
proval of the prices named by the Commissioner
OI I umnj uui iu lug aura uivuhuj, jtuupivut
are n. noes tl.
Mr. Logan ald Ih Government property waa
asseBsed at Its actual cost, which was not fair,
for private property neither tn this nor any other
rlty was ever aaaeased at Its actual cost or valua
tion.
TUB BILL WA THIN rAMtlD.
and now goe bat k to th House for concurrence
tn the amendment.
The senate then, after an executive session.
sojourned nnui aaonuay, January e, isi.
II OU ft It OF UKPUEMENTATITRH,
n motion of Mr. MtynarJ, of Tei
n-conenrred In the Senate amen
Mil for the relief of W. 1L H. Kit.
Mr. Dodds, of Ohio, Introduced a UU granUng i
a pension to Jam Wallea, Iteferred to th
commmee on M unary ABaira,
Also,a Mil forth relief f Henry Mllwootl.
Referred to the t'nnunltte' on Claims.
Mr. Lowe, of Katiea, Introduced ft Mil tog.
tend tb time for making entile on th Osage
Indian lands. Referred the Comniltte on
Indian Affairs.
INDIAN Am IS IN TXBIITOUTm.
Mr. Shanks, of ImL, tntroduord a Mil to secure
a more efficient and honest administration nf
lodlan affaire In tbe Territories. Iteferred to
commute on Indian Anairs.
snip CANAL
Mr. nibbard, of N. II introduced a resolution,
which was adopted, directing the C-oiniuiitee on
Commerce to Inquire Into the expediency of the
construction of a ship canal between certain
Wand in lortmouth harbor,
nWrOBIO AMINDaTBNT TO TUB CONfmTTmON.
M r. Porter, of irglnla. Introduced a Joint res
oluUon propoalng an amendment to th Consti
tution, providing for tb election of President
and Vce President by a direct vote of th people;
and alto ft Jolat resolution providing for the eieo
tlon of Ben-ton by a direct vote of the people;
both of which were referred to the Judiciary
icmmmrc.
ml t tea on Claims.
On motion of Mr. Conghlln, of CaL, the bill for
tb pymnt to H. M. Ureeu for the use of his
Ktent by the Government was tskeu up, aud
s ftanato amendiAents concurred lu.
THIMBTBICT JATU
Mr. Chlpman, of the U.C., iutroJscad a biU
rwtortngtoth maiahal of tb DUtrlct of Co
lumbl the exclusive Jurtsdlcuon of the Jail la
said Dlstriii. Referred to the Committee on the
pi.lrh t ol Columbia.
Also, a Mil to organise th GreutU-Vertlnot
th niatrict nf Ootuml.lB. Hame refcrenc.
Mr. Blaghata,o( Ohio, moved that tb uoui
adjourn, on which the vcas and nsv were or
dered, and the House refused to adjourn yea
rt, umjm at, in. quuruui ubthik tuicii,
CAIi. OF TU HOCBX,
Mr, Beaks, of Mas, moved a call of the House,
which wss ordered.
The roil was celled, and 109 memers answercl
to their name not a quorum.
Mr, Holman, of ImL, moved to dispense with
further proceeding under the calL
tr.uameia,oi unio, appealed to thegtntiemen
to allow the proceeding to go on, and aald that
It was desirable that bills thst had passed should
be signed by th Speaker before the House ad
journed. Th speaker said that he doubted his power in
even perform the ministerial duty of signing bills
wheo it was clearly shown that there was not a
quorum In the House.
He did not think under IheConititntlon and
law that he wa authorised to sign a Mil In the
absence of a quorum.
Mr. GarfleM said that It was In order to secure
a quorum; that he desired the proceedings to
go on.
Mr.Farniworth,of HL, said all this was upon
the hypothesis thst the senate would pa Mils
without an amendment, chiefly th ueflclency
bill for tbe District. II did not think the bills
would suffer If they laid over for a couple of
Mr. t, Myers, of Pa. Bat a good many people
may suffer. v
Mr. Garfield moved that the doors he closed and
th serresnt-at-arras be sect for absentees.
Mr. llolmsn moved tn uHmm DaitA
yes , nays M.
Mr. Kerr, of ImL, then moved that atl further
proceedings under the call be dispensed with.
Rejected yets 41. nays w.
Mr. Hooper, of Hms aald It waa Try evident
that there was no quorum, and that no business
eonid be done. He therefore moved that th
House adjourn, which wa agreed to, and th
Sneaker, at an n. m . wiim.i h if..-.. ,
jounced to Monday, January a.
THE CITY AND DEPARTMENTS.
The Holiday Seases,
As usual, at this season ef the rear, the clerks
In the Departments will have hair holidays from
Tuesday noon nextnntu after New Year's.
WerkaerArt.
Massachnnetta will eontrihnte to the CaDltol
statuary John Wlnthrop and Samuel Adams,
Grernough ha the contract.
Philadelphia Port OOlcr.
Secretary Bontweil baa sent a letter to tl.e
Committee on Appropriation reoommendlng
that 13,000,000 be the limit to th appropriation
rorui new poll omc building in Philadelphia.
Net Entitled I Drawback.
Secretary Bontweil baa decided that the act of
June 6, llTt, allowing drawback on All material
entering Into the repair of vessels engaged in
foreign trade, doea not cover th caa of vessels
engsged In trade between Ihe Atlantic and
Pacifle port.
liens ewwrd Be end.
There waa a general depart r of Congress
men from Washington last night. Moat of th
member of th Louisiana delegation hare gone
horn to post themselves on the situation, with
tn intention f taking part lo any honorable
effort to act matters right.
To Have a. Meeu.
Congressman Sneaks will be accorded a seat
In the next Oongree from th Ninth Indiana dis
trict, a under the precedent already established
In AntAatuLjhftttttAa ...u Ki km .ntiiul ... h
M. -hi-h ff claims.
M" B-r """
" mm-m
Denble Peatnge,
The Committee on Post Office aad Post Roads
will report a bill after the holidays, making
clearer the provisions of sections loo, 151 and
im, and reversing the ruling of the postmaster
General requiring doable rates to be collected on
on prepaid matter.
Clone lo Kentucky
Th Preslden t, accompanied by hbiaen Jesse
and Marshal Sharp, left for Covington yesterday,
and wm return Chrutmaa eve, ne goes to visit
his father, who resides at Covington, opposite
Cincinnati,
air. Grant na neen in reeMe health
(or som f Im.
Apnwlaurd Iteveaae Aceni.
Msjor John T.Itogue, a clerk of the Internal
Revenue Bureau, has been appointed a revenue
agent and assigned temporarily to duty wltb
Deputy Commissioner Roger. Major Hogue Is
a courteous gentleman and worthy officer, and
will he certain to till with great efficiency the
new position to which he had been appointed.
HepHalbIlliy f rnalmanlern.
The Postmaster General has decided that all
postmasters are liable to the Government for the
value of all registered letter lost In their offices.
Thli principle, which has been long maintained
with respect to minor omcca, ha never been ap
plied to offices where any considerable number
of letters have been registered. It Is now
claimed that the bonds of postmaster cover
such a case of Ins. Tbe deflnlle establishment
of such a principle win Tender the responsibility
under postmasters' bonds much greater than has
been supposed.
Vka Nw HvlHMlklMalUa.
JlXSrS't !,
n merchants, tankers, Aa, from New
Orleans held a meeting at Wliiards, and agreed
that It would be eminently proper to proceed at
once to New York, where they could present
their ca to the mercantile community, and poa
slbty get assistance In carrying on the battle at
V, ajbTngtoB, Judge Campiwil, with the other
members of the subcommittee, presented a leu
ter lo tbe Supreme Court, setUog forth reasons
wny Justice uraoiey anouid go to newuneans,
and, with Judge Wood, hear the caa now be
fore Judge DurelL No reply ha been made, and
It ta doubtful whether Justice Bradler wltlvlait
New Orlean at thl Ume. Last evening, after
tne memoera oi toe delegation nao uuiea over
tbe sltuaUon, It was deemed best to call another
meeung, at which tbe resoiuuon to visit New
York was reconsidered, and many of the gentle
reconsiiereci, ana many oi tne genue
or bom Uat night, lb majority will
i Monday. Judge Campbell, with ser
ids. left for Baltimore last evening,
will pass several days. The oommltte
men leu ior nome uat ni
depart on J
eral friendi
where he will das several dars
baa BAreed to ore oar an addrsea to th Amert.
canpebpli, which will be ready next week, aeu
ung lunn incir KricauucB,
Cnaflrwinllene by Ihe ftenate.
The Senate In executive assalon yesterday con
firmed the following nomination: George Bliss,
Jr.. United Bute attorney for Southern district of
Nw York; John T. Croxton, of Kentucky, Minis
ter resident at Bolivia, vlo L. Markbrelt, re
called; Wm. B. Crosby, of Nw York, consul
Ensral at Rome, vice D. n. Armstrong, resign!;
W. Brishols, of WUconsln, consul at Vervlera,
vie a W. Klceberg, recalled; A. J. Caaaard, ol
Louisiana, consul at Tabasco, vice F. M,
NemegyL resigned: C. B. Wilkinson, collector of
InUrnJkl revenue. Sixth district, Missouri; Wm.
A. Baldwin, collector of customs, Newark, Nw
Jersey, vice Wm. Silver, deceased; J. 1L Van
'jan, nvenir u imoua wwni, aiuwuin,
Mlnnsaotat A. A. Day, receiver, East Saginaw,
Michigan; K. D. Payne, receiver, Vlsalla, Call
fornla, G. A. Botuford, reglitar, Vlsalla, Cali
fornia; J. II. Palrrhlld, Indian agent, Slleta
ageacy, Oregon; Wm. Patrick. Uolwd Statee
attorney for Lastern district of Missouri; Newton
Temple, United SUtes attorney for Western dis
trict of Arkansas.
poetmakter A. 1L Vlersoo, Marion, Iowa; D.
II. Frost, Bell Italns. Iowa: J. D, HunUr, Wsh.
ster City, low A. S. Patterson, Eugene City,
Oregon; 1L J. Vraldron, Tb DaUea, Oregon; J.
M. Bscon, Oregon Ctty, Oregoni T. K. (lapp,
Whiu Pigeon. Mich Clirie1ttwarLrU.Joapn,
Ul.h. TTl U. rah all kk.nHl.lu M V, U.'m
Mich,: J. B. Marshall, bkeneatsles, N. Y4 wa.
It. Halt, Columhos, k'v.I Mr.
VeraAlllea. Kv SamuaiEstof
Verasillea, Ky.; Samul Eaton, Albert Lea, Minn
Wultam Welmer, Northumberland. P4 Horar
Grant, Stevens Point, W is.; John M. W ant, Weal
Point, Ga.; JL W. McVay, rVreswe Cort-Ilo,
A Ulj Jacob Henry, Decatur, Abu Mra. E. Sterne,
Jefferson, Tex; U. F. Sheldon, Rupert, M4
n. itajL. uiinmnui. t.i at ra. i ui-iaiaii iomkibibt.
ins. ii. rnary, nrnnfwiua. ama-ra, am, i,oira.
New Chicago, Kansas; S. J. (Suwtn, lota, KaaNaa;
J. R. Hagglna, Palmyra, M04 Joseph H. Kir,
liacaetutwwo, n.-i uii. antf r. niiiwuiaa,
N.J4 Iander Colt, Suspension Bridge, N.Y4
Ml AUce Robtitns, Aberdeen, Miss snd John
MeArthur, at Chicago, to take effect Primary
13, IBl.
THUUK-iTIIKK UKPOUT.
Waa DSPABTMairr, 1
OrncsorCnrRVtieHALOrriCBa, V
Waibikatom, U. a. Dae. II. lsa.laSa.rn. S
VNorei run tub rAirr TwwtTV-roi'a uoca.
Tb low barometer on Thursday night over
Indiana and Ohio has moved northeastward over
the lower lake region Into Canada, accompanied
by brisk and very brisk wind. Heavy ram bava
prevailed from Florida to Tennessee, Pennsylva
nia and Counectb ut. Prom Ihe latter region to
the Uke nd St. Lawrence valley very generally
snow, near weather and northerly to westerly
winds are now generally prevailing from the
Northwest, upper lakes and Lake Erie to th
Golf, but cloudy weather over the Nw England,
Middle aod South AUanUo States, wtth occa
sional snow ami rain and northerly and westerly
wind.
rsOIABIUIIB-L
For New England and Middle States fresh and
occasionally brink noi th weatei ly v. inds, clesr and
clearing weather, and falling temperature. For
the south Atlsntln states northeasterly to north
westerly winds, and clearing bat partly cloudy
weather, with lower temperature. For the Golf
Slates, Tennessee aud Kentucky northeasterly to
northwesterly winds and clear weather, with low
tamDerature. From the Ohio vallev and Mlaaourl
to Lake Erie and upper lakea northerly to west.
vriy winua mu generally uiear auu com w earner.
A Torrra got so much on his stomach the other
dsr Hut aald ornn repelled the load As b
leaned against a Tamp-post vomiting, a little dog
happened to stop by him, wbereupou he Indulged
iu tuia iuiuu,uj! 11 rit, uuw, ure a rvnuu
drnm. I know where I ate th baked lunmnar I
remember warm I ate that lobster, I recollect
iBcrv Rut mat rum: uui tm nangeu 11 nan
iicaU where j; ate, that UUI yaUer dCg."
THE HARBOR.
PHOPOSED IMPROVEMENT
lleperiof IbeCnasMlaeUn-Vnlnnhle Illnl
ad NnggewiUna A .Ileal I nt creel lag
Dee meat-Land I b If erUlaned Tbe
C baanel let We Deepened U hat Ih Ceet
III De and U hal the limed RmIi-A
Practical and llrllllani HeceMnrnJ.
lien.
Genera Humphreys, Captain Patterson, Gene
ral mikwtk-itovrrnor t;ooKt, I'roiessor nerce.
ami Mr. A. 1L Shepheni, the commission ap
pointed by Congress to exsmlne Into the condi
tion of tbe hsrbors and landings for veawels from
th AnacosUa bridge on the Eastern branch along
th entire water front of WashlnvtAn and
Georgetown to the bead of tide-water, and to
submit a plan (or opening, Improving and devet-
uing ing wbht cuannci, nave annmutefi toeir
report in Congress, After reviewing the present
ronnuinn nnu capacity 01 tniotomo cnannei.
iuri rvirr ui ilia uaia mwnu tne iirorniown
and Washington channels, and sute that their
reclamation Is an aheointa necessltvTor the nrev
servsuon of the city, and mnstb Inriudedln
any plan, aside from commercial purposes, for
in uiiiiuTriiirni ui tn wiwr iivni.
THRBI obnbbal plans
only are reasonably possible, but the details may
be greatly varied. These general plans are:
1. To carry tbe main channel from the lower
end of Aoalostan Island, acros the flat above
the Long bridge, and below Kasbyl point Into
the email channel running along the Washington
front, at or near the In terser uon of the exten
sions of Seventeenth and C and D streets south
west, and thence continue along the present
front of ihe rlty until It Joini the deep channel
uf the river, Just below the srsrnsL
t. To har 1 he two channels forming the lists
above and below the Long bridge Into an Island.
Tbe main deep channel to remain along the tight
bank of the river down to Gravelly notnL tuit
below the Irng bridge, and thence to the deep
tbanncl off Uleeboro' point, The second and
smaller channel to run from a point Just below
Eashyl point, across the flat, with IU upper
edge touching the end of the wharf at Seven
teenth street, ft ashlngton, and thence along tbe
J resent Washington front until all the channels
oln the deep channel of the river off Glesboro'
point.
I. To hare but one channel of sufficient width
and depth for all purposes; a direct continuation
of the river at Georgetown, to run along the
right bank of the river a far aa Oravelly point,
and thence directly towards Getsboro' potot on
the ten bank. Joining the deep channel of the
rtver at that point, following the present main
channel of the river.
tbb Ptinrr PLAN
doe not reclaim the Immense flat In front of the
city, this reclamation being an sbsolnte necessity
for sanitary as well as commercial purpose. Thl
flat would rapidly become an enormous msrth
opposite the city, and upon that side from which
the prevalent winds blow, especlslly In summer
and autumn. Tbe cost of excavation In thl
plan would equal that In either of the other,
and it cost for bulkheads would equal thai of the
third, but be less than that of the second. The
coat of filling np the remainder of the great
marshy flats, lying on th right ef the channel
thus made, to the right bank, (a filling necessary
for sanitary reasons,) wonhl greatly exceed tbe
cost of oiling in either of the other plans, and
the flats would be of oomparauvely no vain
when filled.
th BRomrn run.
as well as the third, reclaim ami utilise the
waoie 0
annnnd.
cost of lu tilling and cxravatlon doea not differ
Tea uy rrora tne mini pi an, uui lue uui wi in
mlkhead nf ibe aecnnd nlan rreatlv exceed that
of the third. It ha the auTanuge of much
greater f ronuge, via; Th second aliout, for both
harbor. 68,000 feet, and the third about ir.eoo
feet, exclusive of piers, wharvea, Ae. Tbe
last tn th second would lie nearly double those
of the third. 1 n the second nlnn there would be
awiae cnannei separaung it irom tne city, in
volving a Urge additional cost for bridges: leas
ianu would t revisiuieu, wi nun vi 11 wnau.
taogeonsty available for Government uses: bat It
won in nuoni greater wiTiaiiim iur - uiauiana
and sewerage of a large part of the city,
TH THIRD PLAN
reclaims all the flat and advances the cltr front
directly to th dge ol tb harlme channel? ef-
torus aounuam irontsgn ibdoui si,vuu ieeij exclu
sive of pier, wharves, Ac.; much less expen
sive, end gives about 4U acres of land, most
adranugeonsly located, for Government pur
poses. The third or last plan Is the one adopted
by the commission. The depth of the water In
the harbor should be at least feet below mean
low water, and the main channels of the harbor
should be as near as possible along the main
channel now exlsUng, a thl give th moat di
rect and easy discharge of the river, especially
during heavy fresheu and breaking up of the Ice.
The channel should be of sufficient width to en
able tbe largest vessels to b moved about with
ease, free from danger of grounding, and 10 allow
the discharge of the heaviest fresheu with the
least damage to property.
i ne causeways, muuurnu, win pier vi
ma AOrRDDCT BRlDnR AT tlEOROXTOWN
reduce tbe width of the river from IU natural
width of l.too feet Iwtween the line of high
waur to too feet, with an average depth now at
mean low water of tl feet. These obstructions
prevent the free discharge of th water during
freshet. To reduce the height of the fresheu
In tbe continuation of the harbor above George
town, It is necessary to Increase the section at
the Aqueduct bridge by aubstltutlng piers for
th causeway on the Virginia aide.
IN THA ANAC0ST1A
tbe width of the channel adopted la 600 feet at
the bridge above tbe navy yard, with a depth of
IS feet at low water. Thl width 1 conunued to
the lower end of the navy yard, where too feet
are added, and thence the width gradually In
creases until It Joins the main channel of the
Potomac It Is kept along the right bank with
tbe present channel, but modified in direction at
certain places to avoid abrupt turns. In both
channels the lines of the outer ends of ail piers,
and the lines of tbe bulkhead where no pier are
to b constructed, are kept along conUnuoua
line, beyond which lines no piers, wharves, Ac
must b permitted to extend.
uv 1 au.i.auiii.1 luvui
th anrvev shows a daen channel for three mile.
extending to the Little Falls, lb only Improve
ment requires, using tne removal ui m icw rucaa,
which 1b recommended. A harbor line la alven.
beyond which nopter or wharf should be permit
ted to extend. Tfils line extends from the aque
duct up along th left bank for a distance of six
thousand feet, aod lies from a hundred and thirty
to tnree nunureu anu imny 10. irumtue tow
nath of th caiiki. Tha renoit then live th
channel tine at some length, and sUUs that two
tniras 01 ine matenais ouiaineu iruui tno rc
vattnn nf the channelB will be reoulred to Oil In
the flau. The remainder may be used for filling
marines ana nau not inciuaeu in we ecnemo.
The enure
ARIA BKCLAIHBD
will amount to l.tHi acres. The commission fur
ther recommend that the draw at mouth of the
creek n removed ana tne creea iiuikdbuo: oh
hnth allies to a uolnt l.ouo feel bevond Boundary
street, and dredged to a depth of six feet t tbe
width from tbe mouth of K street to be BOO feet,
and above K street IM feet, They further rcc
oinmenn mat tost ponton vi ipv
PHESAPIAia AND OHIO CANAL
between Congress street and Rock creek. In
Georgetown, be abolished, aa there U no lunger
any necessity for connection between the Ches
apeake and Ohio canal and Rock creek, and
lock ahould be constructed between the canal
and river at some point abov th Aqueduct
bridge, to allow tha boau to get out of tbe canal.
ni tntta amtia) '
U treated aa permanently locate!, but aa Boon a
th Und la reclaimed the law shook! require the
present bridge to be removed and a bridge con
structed having span of not lea than toe feet
and a pivot draw, with two opening of ne lea
then lu feet clear In each. ThU brldg can b
cotutrweted Jut abov lu present locality or
troaa tb toot of Maryland avenne. I U poasU
Me, however, that a Unnl may b preferalu to
thl bridge.
In tb pUr of th iweeiit wooden
BBIINIg ACBOMa Till AMAOOHTU,
Jast abov th navy yard, a brldg soouldb
ctaaatrmcted with pn not lea than IM feet,
with a pivot draw, having opening of IN feet.
THI UN Or TBI BCLKBBAD,
exrJadrngpterB,ar fixed at th distance given
twlow the reeperttv petal nameo: norm-
east corner High end W ater street, Georgetown,
tie feel. Corner of pier on upper td of mouth
a iwrt nwi, inm mvm prra ui h,wi,mtw
in feet. Northeast corner Twenty-sixth and I
streets, tie feet along norah tfn of E street, and
dm feet along east td of Twenty-lxth treet.
Northeast corner Twenty-arsi aad B BtreeU
aowth, 1,1M feet along north side of B street, nt
tees a rang ran sa 01 1 wrniy-nra su-eea.
Northeast corner SeventeenUi and II atreeu
oath. 40 feet aton II street. o feet alona- Sev
enteenth street. Northeast corner Fourteenth
and N sir sooth, jo feet along N street, Tua
iwuf vwnrtewatai nnnaeaa rorner ivaus ana r
south th bulkhead line U TbU (eet InaHs the
outer line of th pterheail. Abov and below
theae streeu the bnlkhea.1 line are ounUnua
Uonnof tb outer line of lb pier head. Th
vsrd 1 strikes tha fmnt of the tard. Aud
Ih Anacostla bridge strike! the outer end of the
nimu nuuuueufe
Thy next recommend that
THR CANAL PHOH SBlfTXNlH ITBEET TO ftOCI
caxkx
lie condemned and Oiled, and so much as may b
required used for a street.
The Railroad avenue (now Long bridge) ll
made too feet wide, to allow ample width for
rail tracks, with a roadway on each side. Mary.
land avenue U continued al lu full width lo the
water, and tha trUnguiar space between It. the
Railroad avenue and bulkhead, is reserved for
railroad freight depots and workshop. This
siace will include 14 acres, with t,ouo feet of
water front.
Ine Monument grounds are extruded over all
the Und reclaimed in front thereof. The gene
ral system of streets of thu city hss been ex
tended over the reclaimed ground ouuide of
those portions reserved lor Gureromeot pur
(UK a, ill, 1'iupwni iv vu iiawi ini
tudins from lbs araenal to U street south.
Ureenleaf meet, and a slmilat street on th
jtnacoati siae, Anscosua street.
They furtber recommend that
QBSkkVATORY HILL,
on which th Nauona) ObMrvatory It located, b
rednced, the property aotd, from which a sum
sufficiently targe to bnikl a msgnioeenl observs
tory could Im realized, th Navy Department not
objecting to IU removal. They also recommend
that the Government purchase tbe rtghu of the
Alexandria Canal Company over th aqueduct
above Georgetown I thst the canal M removed
and a bridge constructed on the pier, a a draw
In the aqueduct Is absolutely necessary lo allow
arce to tbe river above. A railroad shonld be
eonatructed along the bed of the renal. Of the
reclaim ed land rw acre ar reserved for naval
Ai this pun place th army arsenal and the navy
yard adjacent, the better pun would probably ii
to exchange the army arsenal, covering aa area
of sixty-two acres, for th present navy yard.
Including the flat Mb nriej Mfsr a Fourth
street east, of flfty-eigiit acres, and place the
navy ordnance yard where the present arsenal I.
This would place th navy yard andnavr ord
nanr yard together. The whole area inclndcd
within th proposed locality for the navy end
ordnance yards wonld then be lis acre. The
Seerettry of the Navy anil officers of the Navy
Department are of the opinion that thl locality
Is the most favorable If a great nary yard UM
be maintained at Washington.
To flu la th timiu ef th reclaimed Und tn
the renulred averse haia-ht nf tl .
mean high water will require VWO,ooo cubk
yard 01 earth.
10 excavate me enanneis, a, to the reqnlre-l
depth, and hi full accordance with the romplete
Man. ther must b rrmnrMt kJiaavtniHi mi.i.
ysr.1 of msUrials. '
TJS-nBJ5wa,inMl '!' to be bum U
ti,ooo feeu The material to b used la the con
struction of bnlkhesvls should be wood artiflcUllr
preserved; fi,ano t eet ef th bulkhead will be in
front of the Government property. Ifthemvy
Sard I moved to thapropoWd locality th depth
1 the AnacosUa channel, above the present
wKtL.n.,V,ot 8L " . with an are rsge
wlXh of KM f eet, TheesUntsted
mar ftp TH vnma an.
L'." 'oIIw' eoioiSMioo yards excavation an I
fill ng at MnU, 13,100,000; rs,oon lineal feet of
bulkhes4atl,liton,ono; removal of reck, A o
100,000; all other expenses. Including cost of
xtlngulshtng Uties to Und required, hut not In
cluding bridge, 100,000 tOUt, t,0b0,OO0.
Tholmard then refer to the cost of Inferior
bulkhead, som of which ar a low aa per
lineal foot.
WHAT WILL IB GAINED.
The extent of land recuimed will amount tn
LOTi.OOn sonars feet nf thia th rin ....
will retam IMfAOOo aquar feet; the atreeu will
occupy 11,1114,000 square feet, and there will re
main ll,lHT,OuOBquarreet for Bate. The value
of that portion retained by the Government, at
McenU per foot. wmtM8.Ml.oort. The vslu.
of that portion to be sold will b UMdooo,
The vain alone of the Und reclaimed, exclu
live of vain of piers, bulkhead, docks, Ac at
thla moderate valuation, wtU thus be tliMlJee;
add vslu of bulkhead. Ac $0.000,000 total
value, 1117,790. To this value must he added
the aogtneoted value of the property of nearly
two thirds of the city, arising frorn Increased
healthfnlne following the recUmatlon nf the
marshy flats, which cover tbe whol Potomac
front of tha city. W mut also include a one
of the principal bene flu resulting from the re
clameuon of these flats, the aaluury effect upon
Eereons ex ployed bv the Government in puMto
alldtngs and grounds. Nearly all of those are
so located a to b peculiarly exposed at present
to the malarUltaOumco from those sonrce. The
sewerage of this reclaimed Und would in general
present no difficult Drohlema. To this then. 1
one exception, namely, the discharge of th great
iniercepuog sewer on R street, between Seventh
and Seventeenth, which would have to be cleaned
periodically, but the tidal flow Into It would pre
vent IU being offensive.
TBI TUB BBqtTBXD
for the eXOCUUon Of All th nrl. cilln tha,
side excavauons, which are not of tmmedUte
necessity, will be four years, providing an ade
quate appropriation is made at first to allow tn
construction of a proper number of the beat ma
chines, Ac ThU preliminary work will require
a full year, and tbe first appropriation should not
be lees than t,eon,0oo,
A the Improvement Involves much wort on
the right bank or the river it U recommended
that th United BUtea should recover IU luri
dlcUon over the whole District of Columbia, a
originally ceded. Without an absolute Juris
diction of both ldeof tk river there will be
constant eonfiicu of authority, and an Impoasl-
v.u.j v. vutKiwuiiia uu.nui.uvua in ui riTCT.
At th present moment quarries ar being
opened on tbe lrgtnla shore of the river,
above Georgetown, the refuse of which Is being
washed down, and will have to be removed ly
dredging.
Accompanying the report, which I very long,
covering sixty pages of foolscap, area n amber
of maps, showing tb present harbor of Wash
ington and Georgetown; of the Potomac river
from Georgstowu to the LltUe Falls; of tbe
present harbor, showing tb proposed improve
menu; of the proposed completed harbors and
of tbe proposed bulkhead.
B0ULE8 I1UOTIIKRS.
.
A ItoHanreTof naukrallir.
The Boston J4erfarr ssysi
Tb blstorv of itowlaa Hmthtrl fVi utti u
Ilk a romance that. If the facto bsd not halt
pened under the eye of erery one, nobody
would believe It possible that uch thing could
have taken place. Some sU or aeven year ago.
sr.vnmw jkiwict set nut, me CBpUUn Kidd,
With th WOrld before) him sort hla fnrlniian
make, and esuiduhed hla famou banking-hou
at Part. How he managed to atruggl through
tbe first few year U ft mystery, considering bow
liuie trust-money oonld at that earty day nave
been placed tn hu hand, since, a far as appear,
neither be nor any on els put anything into the
concern; perhaps for th reason, among other,
that no on had any thing to put In. Indeed, ho
matt have fallen long ago had It not been for a
surprising piece of goodluck. One Dae morning
partoen t first with a limited Uabulty.bul there
now seems Uttle room to doubt thst iubeqnenuy
he persuaded him to Uke such part in the busi
ness as to render himself generally responsible
for thsdebuof the arm. It U but Just lo y
that nothing among all the black tread that
have reoentlyoom to light ha a yet cast a
breath upon the repuUtlou of tht unfortunate
gentleman. 11 hu only been the greatest vic
tim of a gigantic swindle.
Thenceforward th Una or Mr. Bowie were
cast In pleasant places. He esUMUhed nu
cleuses a h called bl branch banks tn such
ol th great captuu a pleased hi fancy, of
which nucleuaes none, ther U reason to op
pose, paid Its 1 expenses, except, perhaps, the one
at London. He also built aa "eyrie" at London-
Mr. Charlea bowlea, it U presumed, being the
eagle which Inhabited this very agreeable nest
Invested urgely In real eaute In Genera, and
entertained th world in general la the pretUeat
Itltia villa, unadnil.!. k .k -i., .V. ,
No dirty queitlon of money ever erood In tbe
WaV Of thl WOrthV man. either In hla tn.lnu.
or hU pleasur and considering how he ram
"'. 7 " "" ufpnaing. ue was 01 large
mind, and, perfectly ooamopciliun, he taxed all
the world and fleeced with amaalng ImpartUUty
th American and the Japan. A buaine
condncted on thl basu was, no doubt, very
pleasant, but Jt could not last forever, where
every one drew what be liked and Mr. Appleton
alone deposited, lite crash wa Inevitable, and
at last it came.
It U long since anything an disgraceful ha
taken puo. It u aad enough that a man ahoukl
be a rascal; but sadder aUll to find the world bo
imbecile a to make ueh rascality possible.
Here was Mr. Bowles without money or credit,
and known by all to be an adventurer, who auc
ceeded tn aome half doaen year by sheer lmpr
dence and advertutag In extracting aome mil
llOMordolUrifrom thapobue. lilt were not
o deplorabU It would be ridiculous. It U the
Oldstorvof THckTnrntn kml th Mntinm.n
hU cla, whothougotlt easiar to Uk other
people's money than to make their own. High
waymen, 11 would seem, are not altogether
pasaed away, aktbougn their operauona are car
ried on on a larger aoata, and travelers are way.
laid tn rather a different fashion: aud Mr. Cha.
i?wt Vutd m punuhed for felony like
bU llluatriou predeceawor, ha probably only
rendered himself liable to seven year Impft.
otunent for n mudtnanor.
THI CtTBaUl OS iMnw Iivi-n'.-i.k .
poor fallow no evlL but if w were liettlng men,
we would wliungty bet two to one (like all buyer
of Uckeu in tb Kentucky Ubrary) that out or
tbe ten men who Jointly won the big prise of
$10,000 Ave will be In the poor-bouse, in JalL or In
a drunkard grave, within two year from this
date. All experience potnu thst way. Our older
ettixen recollect Mr. who atoodif not la
n BcieauBo way, at wast ut ft pMunUry way at
th head of hu profession, till, tn an evil hour,
h drew 130,000 In aom lottery eaubilshmeni for
soui great phllanthropie purpose. Ii boob lost
tractlc. money, self-respect, and the respect of
U feuosr-cltUena, and died a pauper. Even
younger tnn may recollect Blrdatick, the oyster
pun, who, in ldoi, won IT.ooo, got rbl ef hi UtU
business and th prlie money tn four months,
and fled to New York from hi enraged creultor
wlLhoat o much a a change of clothes aad with
out money to pay bl railroad fare. W e might
mention other names if we did not fear to wound
the feeling of thoa left behind by ue nnfortu
natea, whom a prise tn a "welL-condocted lot
tery "drove lo an early and Inglorious grave.
Many of our reader may, from their own clrcla
of acqoaiuuncea, draw addlUonal Illustration.
ImvuwilU Vummtreiat,
iHrmtTANT Sali op Cabli Hrocc Three mil
lion dolUra worth f stock of ths New York,
NewfouodUnil, and London Telegraph Company
hu been old tb Mr Cyni W. Field, and IM"
ot paid to-lay. Mr. Field bought out Mose
Taylor, Marshall O. Robert, Peter Cooper, Wil
son G. Hunt, and other stockholder. KogtUI.
eapiuuaf hav acud with Mr. Field tn tbe pur
chase. 1-key offered tn the New York. New
foundland, aod London Telegraph Com.
pany on per rent, for the privtleg of oaJl
lagth amount of stock which they held at to
within a limited tim. Tb shareholders wr
requested to call to-dsy and receive the baianca
due on luelr stock. It U aald th offlc wiu bo
removed to London. An Immense prodt baa
heo mad hbmi this stock, and not ra, we
tllnk. tbanWper cent Inside a larg raartr
lotereet. .V. FT irpr,-, letA,
Thi Psnborv Am ruperk that the Governor
elect of New York once said: "If any man null
duwn the American dag shoot Mm on the siHit,
Itwuahappy thonght. it wad hlmfamud
fortune. Had he sal li "If anybody removu the
United States colors from the pot voter com
putet against him at tbe earliest convenient..
and bay bim oommitted for trlilatthonsxt
term of thsup.ior Court tn that county, he
would have to-day been a superannuated geueral.
unobserved and unnoticed by bts f eiiow-autns
tKwr In pocket, aod used only at Bute funerau
to keep ruJe boy off tb front stoop. 80 much
for on bmf, surp, inclslv remark. It w.Nct. r!
only one be ever uuute.be beuuds.svbiiattta,
mis .ua., a 11 1. lirfil)ttiSffi:
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