WASHINGTON CITY, D. 0., FJtIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1873.
)V WM, I-UALLAV CO.. Aactloaecr-,
No, wo and o8 Pennsylvania avenue, corner of
iiflTnnnAY MOnsiSrt. Feb-narr 11 com.
mnnrfhtf; tt II o'clock, on tha first nil aeeoud floors
of our Hiiu4 ealearooma, we will sell, without re-
Bftplrrea of Croaely and other makes of Tepratry
and llftclr Uriiasela.
8 piece of Threejly, beat make,
mmm or Ho per fine and other Imrrelns.
wriii iu vinna Ffn'wnmrnin
j'leoe IHemind A Coco Mi
A I 111 of fMl-rlnth. nmni.t'rntnh Cloth. Or . Ae.
All atuna tinder uoraah; over that amount a credit
wilt lie airenof thirty and aliiy riava fovnotea Mtla
lactorllr Indoraed. bearlrur InlfrML Ami we would
reei-ctfiilly relllheatlcutioii of buyer loth abort
frf.M W. L WALL k CO .Auctioneers.
ritlDAV MoilMNO, irbrnerr 14, same hotir and
I'I"A ' . ". i. WALL CO..
febtJ (Alar Auctioneers.
Y LATIMER JL n.RAKV,
Aw-Uoneer and Ileal hat at flroker,
itbwft corner Won. avenne and hleveuthal
PAWNBBOUUuY RALR OF
New York avenue, eoinprlalnv; lo part
Gold chatna, lUnxn
A An aaaortraeni of Ladlea Jewelry.
A superior collection of uio thing,
Twrtner with many other articles nnnectBairr to
mention. Terms raah.
feblAd f.Af Iltm k CLE ART, Aitct.
V WM. lyMVAMj A: (O..Aartlenecra,
nvinqran. n.wr. n. eve. ana n mm aireet.
( HOICK COU.ErTIOX
n-lw hanriootn "election of
K MILIUM, tllhScU, UEUMAS
. WATU1 L'OUliW AM) CHAlON'ft,
fUchly mounted In heavy Gold Leaf Frames,
brueitnn br lb Metropolitan Ariuallerr
New Ynrkl to lake place al our More, (New M
bleBiutdliur,) n.W0 and M Pennaylva.nl
IT, II and
kconirri n mm aire, on mi !. nn
and nrunrjiUAi kiksiniin, teurua
ana w, hum, couuneucwx e tea Tniif a
WraifMMlfnll tnl( a H( avamlnkllHi nt
thMwwork of art, aa tba ralutlntf ara br wl
buwu TiniB, hhu i n i. urunii in'ni in ueat pno-
CaUkvdM r'lr and rlntlnm t
from Haiurdar lVuruarr K nut.
frbll Wll. l:VALL ft
urvinnaci idfiioi iron to ma iront h. w. u
Panuabrrand wiff. dated Moraeibrr .in I. of re
d In Ubrr No. DRT.foliolt, oof of Jna taml raforda
fur tnacimntr of W aahlnrton, U. C.,aud bjrdlrac
Um or lb b'Hder of tb notM aMurcd tbrrrbf. I
vlU aril at i-yhll mI, In I roe! of tb mnl, on
WUiNa,HDAY,thIMhda)r of rbrnarr. 17S, al 4
o'ckickp. m. (rt of 1" uumbrrrd fiurtrn,jM,i
In auara BinVrMl flv huudrad and rlirhlr, mi,I
iatiur afftint of thirty At fn-t on tint atrt
mulbwMt brtbndrHbor tbalnt, tntatnlniralout
3,liakf ftrtof vrouud, andbatliiirlberaoti two two-
pi'rj iiinm ituur
Tprmaof lUI-4uahalf rMh.twmtr Bt dollan
of wbUbmnatb fald lmmdUlljr tbraftr f Uii
Tprmaof Hal-4uahalf rMh.twmtr Bt dollar
nahlihrniutli lialJ lmmfullalaJr lliraflr tli
a I; Uisiwlanralnatiand twflr monlba, afmiml
OTiiewioi i mil on i u )irin iwn, wt DUN in i
rbflit ircrnt.lnlrft, rattlaml-aDnnal)j.
ttyileedof trout on tbj,r,tnl"th nntM in brar
it luvirrniHiiP init rvniimni wim m pt
afir thaaal.thtrHRlMrH?rvpati)i rbtbt l
tto Tuart al afca riid-nwt nf 1h4Kantttnjr
iniiriiBR-r. aii tvtivrj" iiuv
ium of Ilia
AXti O MTUKIllri
' lrat dtd Varcb n. A. Tt.
lftfl. and dulrraotnlnd In Liber No.Ka.fyHolAoD'
of ibalandraconlafor Waahliiirtnfonntf'i.PCand
ltr direction or ina lny anrtirMi uirDy, i win aeii,
t pubila anrtlnit, ln front of tiw rrrmbea. at 1 o'clock
tra.oa AllU.Ma.HUiY.tba Jth dar of Frbrnarr,
D. IHTlL at Uiat f artalo 4eo or naroH of irrouud !!
( and Itlcur In tbarltr of WaahlnaHon, ll tba
IHtrlct of Columbia, and knnwn and Jiailmjiilahad
IHtrlct of Columbia, and knnwn a
aalotiuarkedaiulWtorad "It," In
i liM.) and rut hundred and
tlaijl'a ubdlvlal'aa of auar nunihorad two pun-
af rveorqad la tba oOee of tba
nrf for of aald dO.
lalblidcaab; llanrln til and
.t .St a ilMt.l fif Irml
buudre-i iioiUra dttwo when the f'rtnrrtjr la atrnek
na pi aU
i-veranelnir at tnirrhaaer'a
lorinir at purrnaner nmi, ii ini
not roio piled with wllhm five Uaji
the tro(e reaenrM the rbfht to re-
U ae not roto riled with wllhm Ave
from dar of t ba lmfr reaervea the rbrht to
II I be iirnpertr at the rlak and coal of tbo defanlt
pure baaer, ur mnn uirw aaya- noti
, flREEM WatUUH. Aw
BY fnt'KKN 0i U'lI.MAMK, Aarllonrr ra
ItfOL Dortbwrat comer of Tentb and V alrreU.
MniV.Iha llih dar
1171, at I o'clock, p. in., wa pbail aall
a pre nuaea,
I and 1 1. Ill aquara Mo. iB, bavlna
Wfevllroat brVfet "fep.tr
alorf praaaed Urick I roat Luildicur, with
it Luildicur, with a Dae bajw.
M, Bllterbarr, and adjoln
t( J. O, WbawrUlk DoTand
ruanh nowocvunieu oj
n. ii:'v.u:i n..t -i ik. u......(i.
IV i!BUHUI IMUI VI ttm prIUUIH'i
i nauouai iudi ina nepuuiir, wuica
flrat-cUea liuaLneaa properly, to which wa
.tTL. .llHitlnii nrAUallAtfl
Teriuai Uua fourth raab) balanca Id all.twalra,
ebthtaem. twentj four, thlrtr and tblrtjrit tuoalba.
Iur notoa baarluir 10 per cent, Intaraat. and aecnrM
y a dead of irutl on iha preniUea Bold. All conrrr
aneintfattba imrchaear'a ouat. lira hundred dul
laradownln tbahaudaof the anelbmeera on lhadar
it aal. ORU:S ttlLLIAUM,
ft aal. .
Vt. M ad4 Wi J'annai Ivaula avwuuf, corner of
TRUSTEE'S JiALK OF VAI fJABU; IWI110YED
4 Dr tlHpf of dead of trust, dated October M.
EHlWt.and dnlrreMrd'Hl lnfJter Mo. Cra. Mio
lN( Mart.la Itnll,
jid oua hundred, lliU.t In li V. Oilbert'B rerort
luhdivlalnnof aouara UUiubered all buudrod l
eventr ne.(Ja.) ...... . .
TbeaeloUbavaaMhafroiitnf eighteen feet on
autui, ana mtii ib imiivim j imvwif mut
Xtrma i X0O0, with )uterertbereon at tba rate of
f en per renturo per aunirn from October , I
LaJrnf tha ainenaea of aala caah on each hoi
tba Lalanea at Bis rnoutha, witb tntareat from lb
daf of aaia, A deimall of 9 KM on aaoh nouaa ra-
l'urcbMra. m . ( OATFHTON.fi
1 hU-lX V, I. WALL CO.. Audio
tha coat of
JV I1URKS A" WIMJAMH, Aurilaneera,
No. luol nortUweat rorur TanUi and U itreeta.
KiA.lot vVr.-tUht, (M.) IbiMm) F. Kelleya
faeordeil aubdivtatiai of tba weal balf of aiiiiarethrea
biiniruanqaiijrnTif.)ii):iper wiin ina ira.
urovaaMubitnen-on. oonautllur oi a two-aiory and
ntnuinu oniun iiuvnau
Oua third caab, and balanca laelf.twrlr
tiUaii nuuilhi with aeven neeeonL intPKat.
arauaaoun-auauaiir, uicnnaoi aaia ara noi ooro
4iedwkk7llhtnEiTdara,BXtt-r sale, the rni-rtr
L be raaalj at tbo rlak and coat of tba daiaullfmr
ptirrhaaer. (juurcranckuratpurohaaar'aonat (Ina
LnndrMajolUraft'ifowben Ilia proiwrtrja alruck
-n. iCu. WAIINKR. Hnrrjvlnf fniataa.
B" VflltKUNA; WIM.IAMM. AarlUnrtrat
North weat eonwr Trutb and I) atrecU.
TllltK5iVoitY lllU0KTWHJ.lN(t (IN 'fllrl
Xket 11. auk
ulmtMA iruaUea lii tilaca of tba i
dacaaaal, uJ w tba wrHUu raiiuaet oftbo party
uinrxt'wa irlllaell allMitille aufliuu. In front of Mm
lrouia, tolM bitrhe-4 bidder, on MONDAY. Ie.
imberSft.inr. o'cW k. v. m . It fiand tba
fouth bill of lot J. IP Uuaw fcjrara- aubdivTalon of
iouflfteufli)kUdUUau.na,)lUBquaea two buu
drwland aurbiruja, M,1 terinnluirfu(lhaBauia
lfaallOlnobeafruwthalbeaa ooriier of U
luare.aiidruuuliiu-inauoe uuriu wniuiua itua
U"iU"" WVfi" " iu i ima III
7 weirtD aireei mi m ihi iyaw
iei M raai a i
baa theuoa went 1U
3Ub tba Una of aq
feat 14 lueueai luenca mom
to tba plaoe of Wluuiiw, tojrelber wilL Iba liuprot e.
la'aUtaaraou.iiiiwiuiuerHoi nuuuwnuu.n u
Trrmaoftile Due fourth faili: Ulauca tua.lt
III aud M tuoulba, with iulcioal, attcurait br deed of
truat. HtamPH aud ounverai
lajuip. wo nuimreu
.inifib Aff "I'hA Iriialja
oreat-lltha -roicrtr at tha rlak and coat of
'iultitiw i.tireha-er iiicaaeth terma arc uot
, i with within flva itr after eale.
0UEEN k VltXlAlia, Aurta.
AY, January I ,Wi, eatna hour aud placa.
a "' " "" fet?S t mum Ai.ru.
twine nncmKn at tiih baIe haiie
in ina (to in January, inin, uaiuu
tiih tua terma tbaretii wiiniu
1JV IIIIKK A' Wll.
1) Mo. 11. uortbwMt co
TnUSTEPS HALF, "ll
flUKrHWF.tf. Af A
w trtnfif iJmnI m
D.Oiiwill aeii at public aneimn, on iiiuiihuai,
ibaaMibdarof FebrurjMii7a,at 4 o'rlock t. m..ln
Irotofbeitremieea.al! tboaa twrorfaof land Bit
uau In the city of t aabiiurton. V 0., snd U-lmr
m,l (nimn aa tola tmiiilieriMl nlnMT-nlua (tut
TRUTFrR H l.T. OF A TWO JTOnT ANI1 HARF.
t, fir virtuaikf adeexlof truat In JnabnaWhit.
71 be tnd ro aelf , dated October 1, 171. and dulv
Hi reoorled Tn liber ftht, folio 1(1, oua of tba laud
"reoorja pi WaabiaalflD. 1. 0., and by direction
Af tha partr thraly aaoiirad. I wiU aoll.al pulJIo
a net ion. in fro-il nftha i-remlaea, to the hbiheat bid
.tar ni urim rHinv. tKiirukrc ia. ipni ai aii'i'i
11V virtue of a dead of truat to Joebua Wblt.
ITi nay. dated Norrmbar , lMi, and duly ra
BlcotJaa in Ub-r No. tdl, folio 4JI, on of tha
land reoorda of waabliuflon count, I,0 , and
tao by virtue of adeorea or tba HupremaOourt of
tba Diatrkt of Columbia, iaaaed on ina alb dar of
Ja.ta.lH71. m the rauaa of Oaltva. OlniileadrfaL,
No.'abl'a.Ktluitr Docket 11, aubaliUUiw the uuder.
laid Jonliua Whitnef.
on ina (ill 01 daniiarriinin. iiaiiiijc ' "i'
with tha terms tbarH)f wltblu the time aaclnai. llwi
iroertr will ba raMotl. uder the cH.tiJltlon of tba
ravtoua ulvertlaeiiieiil. on Til U UnUi V, February
A. lt, St the aama hour aud place
f Clotidt dnsii h WILUlUB, flBoU.
NEW8 OF THE CAPITAL.
COR BUS I AID DEUITMHTt TEfTEIDAT,
Tb Frrlam Attnln Cvmmlllre an CW
Fatae It h war Abt Sir, Ctrx Th
FrtrThlrd Cnrra Jnmea II rook
A(Ih In (be IUtif.lrl. Whrrtrr
ItrfdlitM Thn Havdrj C'ltll Appro
prUtlo. mil I'Lftp-, I)de .V (.
nnd Tbrlr C'emprmU-air. Pinrja
Enrmlr the War Polh-3t1rfll.
nroH Nftrs Htl flcanlp,
w-re mada ln the Department of JnMlce during
th lait yf ir under tha civil nmlre rule.
J Thr naakrwpt Art
nemrDstriai from ererj lection of the roun
Irj, tffalnat the total rr p-l tf the banVrnpt act,
con tin tie to he rcc-tred, and are daily pre arnte-l
Mltaraaea Aaralaat ,tlr. rmrrr
A lot of the Kanftai people who ere willing
wltneiaei agilnit Fenator Pomeroy are en route
toWaitalnfton. A number will atao arrlre here
earlj next week to 'testify In the Urn. tor1
rarwiatUna br IheNenatr.
The Penile In axecotlre leaaton reaterdar eon-
firmed the following nomination! t Wm. M.
Sinclair, collector Internal rerenne. First illa
trtct, Texas rice J. M. Camp, removed j M. A.
Drreden, poatmaater, ftanta Fe, New Mexico,
Oen. F. T. Pent, at hU own reaoeal. haa been
rellevM from dntr at the Executive Minaion.
and will leire on the th of March next. lie haa
a leave of at-e-oce until Jaly, when he will Join
ma regiment, iae rum anmerr, of which he M
T be C'alleetrJ.
Coram but loner .Doualaai ha, not na net it.
ceiveti a reporj irom me collector it Albany
respecting the collection of the ecrln dividend
tax due from the New York central nailroal
company, amountinffto iianu. The nrdn
jerernptnry and will he obeyed.
The Iloaie Commerce Committee hit agreed
to report favorably the bill relating to compol-
aorj pnuiaie ai mo vanonirortior theinltM
Slate. It li lntemleil to ahollah the ImpoBltlone
pracllceil by pilau in charging one-half ralea
even If t eaaela are piloted Into or out of hirion
iij uinrn iir inaairra.
Namerons memnrlau from editors of newana-
pert throaghonl the country are itslly presented
to Congress rrmonit rating against thepasmge
of the second session of the new postal code,
requiring prepayment of postage on newapapers
circulating in the ronntic
i which they are
rhelpe, Dadare A: Cm.
Ilave again made an offer of im.opo to the Treas
ury uepanment to aettio their case. This amount
covers every charge enumerated in the account
oftheOovernmeai agatntt this Arm. bat la not
satisfactory, It Is said, to the Treasury Depart
ment. TniaM lh third time the flnuhaapro.
Kant kern Claims ConimUalon,
The commlaalonera ye.ttnUr had under ex-
anjUiontkeclaiaiaofMkhaH arhsm,a rait.
roai rontratior, or Hncnandoah rountr. Vs-
amounting to IT.I44; Abraham. Ann and Ade
line roniincn, oi Aiexanana county, va
sroounUngtotl.WT, and Annie M. and Vannie
V. JuiTiiaon, of Alexandria county, Ya amount
la progreaidng with the work of placing the new
loan to the entire satlaf action of theTrcaanrv
Department. The reports circulated are In
vented by envious partlei to Injure the credit of
the Arms represented In tho syndicate. Over
llod.uiMi.oouhas been placed In this country and
Kurope, and as the contract doea not expire until
next December, crltlclara at this time Iwtrays the
Among the number recomtnetided for cxecn-
tlve clemency by Uerrltt Bmlth last summer was
ftamuel O. Drown, a South Carolina Kn-KIux,
sentenced to Ave years' Imprisonment at Albany.
Colonel Whitley examined hu case, and re
ported against a pardon. Hlnce then numerous
efforts have been made to seenre Ilrown'a re
lease, but the Attorney deneral declines to re
commend It, adhering to the report of the chief
of the secret service.
Another Cruel Canard.
Telegrams received here from New York, yetu
tenlav, indicate that another cruel canard, as
senseless ai seautlonat, had been telegraphed
from this point, and obtained partial credence
with the guileless Oothamltes. It was no less
startling than a statement that Vice President
Colfax snd Hon. James Ilrooks had committed
suicide. Araoox other dispatches received In
quiring aa to the truth of this wonderful story
waa one from Charles It. Corn well, long and
lavoraniy anown as a casaai resntcni or mis city.
Pome of the disappointed aspirants for uromo-
tlonla the Internal Revenue Bureau have com
plained that the examinations were not fairly
conducted. The Commissioner announces that
an examination under the civil service rules, for
iromotlons to the higher and appointment to
he lower arades of clarkahlna In that Imrean
win utt niace on ine i or aiarcn. All
fxl of March. Aline
desiring to compete in this examination are
privileged to do to. object to the rules and rrg-
uiaiiuua jnraTiivu 117 ina trraiur; iwaru 01 ex-
Tbe Ilea, Jane II rook a.
The lion. James Brooks, of New York, made
his appearance In his teat In the House inter-
nay for tne nrat time in several weeks, ills
health his considerably Improved, 10 much to
that he ferls warranted In returning perma
nently to his duties as a Representative. In an
swer to quettlon regarding hla resignstlon, he
replied that he hail mad up hla mind 'not to
resign, and further not to die." He received the
congratulations of many personal friends on his
recovery, and appears to hare recovered much
of hit former vivacity.
Another Alabama. Meant r.
J. S. Pike, esq- of Alabama, arrived In the ciiy
yesierdsy, bringing with him credentials of elec
tion at Kenator to succeed the Hon. deneral C.
Bpencer, from that Htate. They are not signed
by any competent authority, either to Isane or
sign documents of that character, and will, if
presented to the benate, undoubtedly find their
rruiwr reaiiua; oiar among- ina reiuae pa iter 01
he Committee on privileges imt Election. The
only regular credentials from Alabama are those
certifying to the re-election of henetor Hpencer,
which were Presented tome lima aim bv Aenator
Internal Itevrnae IcUIbiIoh.
The Henate Finance Committee vlrtuallv tereed
yesterday to report favorably the bill which re
cently pasted me nouse, amending the internal
revenue laws so at to permit a prolncer or to
bacco to sell one hundred dollars worth of leaf
tobacco per annum at retail, without license or
other taxi permitting wine growers to tell wine,
exclusively or their ownproiluct Ion, without psy
lug dealer's license; and making a legal naikeite
of a one-third liarrel of fermented liquors. This
bill will probably be reported to-day or to-morrow,
and Is one to which the Commissioner of
Internal Revenue Interposes detenrdncd objec-
The Dlatrlel In Cancrraa.
The nonae District Committee at their remi.
lar meeting yesterday had under consideration
House bill ll M, to authorize the construction of
a suitable Iron or masonry bridge across the
Eastern branch 01 toe rotomae at or near the
present Anacostla bridge. A Urge delegation
from I'nlontown, Including Dr. C. II. Nichols,
representing the Interests of tho Government,
were before the rommittoe to urge the passage
of the bill. No conclufion was reached.
Tha memorial, signed by four thousand per
sons, agamit the tietvy tolls charged by the
AHHoiiuci wkiko luiui'auT was vonimcreu, wui
no action taken.
Tho Forty-Third t'anarra.
It U the onlnlon of all the lealtn: Itenublicana
of both Houtaa that the busbies Ufore Cou
gresa, especially as regard the ipproprlttiou
bills, u niaii further alvanced than usual at this
per! or a sort sesdlon. They hope that with
earlier dally routing and several night sessions
each week until a4uurniaent they will be able to
cj u'deto aotloit on u the measures of publlu
lir.jrtaiice, and thaj avoid an extra or Imme.
date session of the Fonv-thlr,! fongreaa, Ihe
election of oftjoers. tpioInimentol rouimttteea.
and mat era of similar tharater, are not deemed
of aunicleut Importance 10 warrant a chauue of
existing Isws reaanling the ttwrtlug of l-ongreiia.
It U not Imnolallite. however. Uiat tho Hnn
nisy be convened In extra seniles fur executive
business, although 110 ortlolal InUtbatian of auch
1 an event has been received frouiau authorlia
Our Helnllena In Cab.
The Home Committee ou Foreign Affairs jes-
terdty unanimously agreed to report a resotutUu
directing the President to call the attention 01
the Bj)tnlh poyernruent to the oppressive 1q
pectlona of cargoea and nnjontdliicrtmlnatloni
anlnit American veaaela to which our commerce
with Cuba la aabjecteri, and empowering blm to
take inch action to lecnre a remedy aane may
deem expedient. Thii resolution reaaited from
a hearing by the committee of delegation, of
merchant from New York, Boston, and other
aesport cltlea. Secretary Flah recently toM a
similar delegation that he hasexhanated dlplo
mstie reaonrces In efforta to accompiiah the end
which this resolution seek. The committee
nando Wood's resolution of sympathy for the
The House Committee on Military Affairs hare
greed upon a report tgtlnsta contoUdatlon of
tne iita corpa and departments, and in favor of
atyitemof details from the line of a certain
number of officers for staff duty of fonr years.
iniiuit uiiiiib; luiurir, irrmaiieiiiyi aiau
allowing promotions In the higher grades or the
ataff. bntcnttlnvoff tha rank of brlradler from
the head of each corps; atao, providing for a
a chief of artillery, one of cavalry, amfone of
infantry, to be on duty by detail, tn the War De
partment, The Henate Committee on Indian Affairs have
ajrrcru 10 ina 0111 eaiaonsning a cmiiseft govern
ment In the Indian Terrltorr. It nravlda?or tha
appointment of a governor, secretary and Judges
by the president, and for the election of a terri
torial legislature by the people.
The Senate Committee on Claims have decided
adversely on the claim of Samuel Gardner for
a. 1. mm riira rnmnenaaimn mr iivnitn ina noma
of the Capitol with his electrical apparatus.
'Thna C'aaaeleaiee,' Ac.
ItwonMbea subject worthy of Buckle to In
vestigate the cause of tender consciences ln for
eigners when there are to many nearer home
wno owe me government but are never moved
to make restitution of their Ill-gotten gains.
Within three months neartr II.ooo have been
added to the Treasury conscience fund by bonds
transmuted In payment or obligations hitherto
neglected. Yesterday tha Secretary or the
Treasury received a letter dated "Sew York,
February w, lsij" signed "A Foreigner," con
Ulnlng a tl,ooo iMf coupon bond, with Interes
from Jsnusrv 1. ISTS. ant tin tn arni k
The letter cald, "inclosed plesie And t'n :
HUtet (coupon) 6-jo bond of 1T, No. U,9A fir
uuv inuunon oouara, (TB1QB fl,iai.DO.) anil IW in
greenback, In payment or Income fax, and In
terest on same from time It became due. This
amount was not withheld from any motive of
defrauding the Government, but by reason or un
avoidable absence from the country at the time,
and having never been assessed or called upon
for said tax since the Income hooka are now
cloeed, I Uke this method of paying the same.
Please advise receipt through the preM., The
bond waa sold, aod the proceed of sate, together
with the iw. placed to the credit of the con.
CantrlbatlMB frem Meatmanl Yheelera
A dozen or more Indian crania and several ;
skeletons. Including thecranlnm of Wahker, a
famous I'te chief of a quarter of a century ago,
and the entire aketeton or ajuppoote two or
three rear nf ao-e. hava recent! in fnrwaniaH
by lieutenant George M. Wheeler, corps or en
gineers, to the Kmitbaonlen Institution for trans-
miaaioa to ina Army ttenicai aioseum. iney
were mnatlV Dhtalneil dnnna tha l.l aeaann nf
1JJT1, In ttah, rrora the rock graves peculiar to
us iiiiimu, vi inn iTiiun, woerv incy wrre
found hurled with the looking-glasses, matches.
uuiiiui,,in ini aint uauany luumi in in
Itan eravea. The bonea nf Wahker wee aecnreit
from an almost inaccessible mountain side, where
it; tmf tvuviimi uuuti iuuj iumui vuicanio
rock heaned In a vast monnd. and nrhrr
the bones of leveral horses sacrificed at his
buriaL together with those of a Pledaboy who
" mm whuvu bu,v mi f.uil tiuir
One of the skeletons was unearthed In an
ancient monnd In Provo, Utah, of unknown age.
and altogether the collection will be a valuable
acquisition to the cranlology of the Utah Indiana
aa rrprrarnieu m cuiern museums.
Haadry Civil AprrMltn mil.
The sundn clrU ajusatmrladon bill, which 1
now pending )UiJtiiue,inakeiatout tppro
prlttlon of f(T,w,Rm,40t which la snramarlxed
aa loiiowt t
Public printing, paper, and binding, fi,119,3A4 n
Ufe-aavlog station on coast. ... .. MO.tflO 00
Revenue marine service .. . . l,(m,tis 40
Marine hospital service 100,00000
Expense of loans and Treasury notes rW,ooo 00
Judiciary 8,ltToo 00
Treasury mtacellanies , . 1,160,000 00
Rent omccs for surveyors general 44,w 00
Hurveylug public lands tes,4no 00
Collecting revenue from sales of do. 614,410 00
Metropolitan police mliuo 00
iiuicruiucniiiuapiiai lor inaane.... lia.ua u
Columbia Inilltute for Deaf aud
Dumb,.... , 41O0OOO
Columbia Hospital for Women Mo 00
Bmlthsoulan Institution. 4t,ooo 00
aauiiiajura a(uctiuct 3,ouu on
Capitol extension.. 10,000 00
library ol Congress 17,500 00
lixht-nouse eslabuahment. t,WM M
Hurvey of coast ias,ooo 00
Ruresu of It., P aud A. L 100,000 no
Hignal Office weather reports..,,.,. ,B13 W
tar iTi-iniurni miscciianeoua, antl
refunding to mates expenses rais
ins: volunteer. tAiaii an
Public bnlldlngs under treasury De
partment.......... 10,1M,S3 H
Armories and arsensla. M7,ei5 00
Public building and grounds In and
around Waalimrton ui.nno on
Navy-yards l,Tol,fl 00
iiepaniuent or Agriculture is, too 00
Miscellaneous items 10,000 00
YKTO 9IEMH.UIU OF THE PUKHIDKNT.
le IHanpprovra af the Kmlarkr Halt
The President hat transmitted to the Senate
the following message 1
r Hrmmit nf n ritj fat ;
iciuiii utivkiui, niuiuui 111 api'rUTBI. OCO-
ate Bill No. lei, e nut led "An act for the relief of
tboae suffering from the destruction of sslt
works near Manchester, Ky., pursuant to the
order or MaJ. Geo. Carlo liuell All the objec
tions made by me to the bill for the relief or J.
Milton Best, and also of the Kaat Tennessee
1 ii 1 reran j, appiy wiin equal torce 10 tme bin.
Accordinir to the official renort of llrtir. (len.
Craft, by whose command the property ln ques
tion was destroyed, there was a large rebel
torce In the nelehhorhood. who were ualnv tha
salt works, and had carried away a considerable
quantity of sail, and were preparing to take
more as soon as the necessary transportation
could be procured; and he further stales that
the leaders of the rebellion calculated upon their
aupplvof salt to come from these works, and
11 vi aai iu luuio 1 ruin mean woraa, ao
, In his opinion, their destruction waa a mil-
iutii in 111a voiuiuu, mrir uvairuriiun waa a ran
lUrv necessity. I undersund him tn aar. In
effect, that the salt worka were capturei from
the rebels; that It was Impracticable to hold them,
and that they were demolished, ao aa to be of no
farther use to the enemy.
I cannot agree that the owners of nronertv de.
atroyed under such circumstances are entitled to
compensation therefor from the I'nited States,
whatever other view maybe taken of the sub
ject. It Is Incontrovertible that these salt works
were destroyed by Ihe Union array while engaged
In regular military operations, and that the sole
object of their destruction was to weaken, o Io
nia or defeat the armUs of the so-called Southern
I am greatly apprehensive that the allowance
of this claim could and would he construed Into
the recognition of a principle binding the United
fctates to pay for ail property which their military
forces destroyed In the late war for the Union.
No liability by the Government to pay far prop
erty destroyed by the Union forces In conducting
a battle or tlege has yet been claimed, but the
nrrcedent nronosed br this hill leads dl recti and
atronxly In that direction, for II Is difficult upon
but uuui fraaoii or juaiira to (liailUKUIBH
between a rue of that kind and the one under
Had General Craft and hla command destroyed
the salt works by shelling out the enemy found
In their actnal occupancy, ihe case would not
have been different in principle from the one
presented In this bllL What uoaalbla difference
can It make In the rlghta of owners or the obli
gations 01 tne uovernmeni whether the destruc
tion was in driving the enemy our, or In keeping
them out, of the salt worksf
This bill does not present a case where private
property Is tsken for public use In tny sense of
ihe Constitution. It was not taken from the
owners, hut from the enemy, and It was not then
used by the Government, but destroyed. Its de
struction was one of the casualties of war, and
though not happening In actual conflict, was.
perhaps, as disastrous to the rebels as would
have been a victory In battle.
Owners of property destroyed to prevent the
spread of a conflagration, aa a general rule, are
not entitled to compensation there Ion and for
reasons equally strong the necessary destruction
of property found in the hands of the public
enemy, and constituting a part of their mllit ry
supplies, does not entitle the owner to Indemnity
from the Government for damages to him in that
I f ally appreciate the hardship of the rase, and
would be glad If any convictions of duty allowed
me to loin In the nroDosed relief: but I cannot
consent ta the doctrine that Is found In this bill,
aa 11 aeems to me, by wmcu the National Treas
ury li exposed to all tlalmi for property injured
or destroyed by theirtnleiof the 1'nlted Slates
In the late Protracted and destructive war In this
country. u, 8. Grant.
aiKvini aiAMHiOM, reu, ll, ims,
A1I1IV ANI NAVY (JA.lvTTK.
The Beventh. cavalry has been ordered to Da-
kola, and the Fourth cavalry, now scattered
through Texas, will concentrate along the Itlo
Grande. Tha annual detail nf officer to the
artillery school will be Issued Iu a few days, to
Medical Iuspector Samuel F, Cones ordered to
tho nary yard, Portsmouth, N. H. Burgeon F. E.
rotter ueiacnoa rrom tne navy yard, rortamouin,
N, IU and ordered to the receiving ship Sabtne;
Burxeou Somerset Robinson douched from the
receiving amp saoine ami ordered to the naval
station, League Island,!',
The-MUaourl Ncuaterlal laveatlaailen.
St. LlCli Fb. IS. ltenreaentatlva Kea.lle.
of the Senate Inveatgttiou committee, wade a
minor ty report to-day charging that money waa
uwiia tua vibcuuu mr luiwh oiaiss oenaton
but who furnished It, and for whoii benefit, be
ia una1' iv aiaia.
MISS STEWARTS BALL
A IXIUIAIT SCEIE AT MAtOHII TEMLL
The CIreat facial lrnl af the Ncaaoa
llavr Mian ISlewart and Her Frienila
Cetebrnted tkr Anatremary af Her
flay flnthertog af Army anil N,vy Offl
rrrs, JoamalUia, Art lata and High (Jot
ernmenl OrOrlala The Mt anitHeaatr
f ike Metropolis.
The ball given to Miss Bessie fttewthy her
parents, Senator and Mrs. Stewart, took place
last evening, and proved, as we predicted, the
uiua curiam aoriai an air mat nis neen given in
Washington, not only during the present but
also for a number of previous seasons. For
weeks the ball had been ono of the chief topics
of conversation In society. Young ladles looked
forward to It with anxious expectancy and
racked their poor brains with the Important
question, "What am 1 to wear!" But there
were few Flora McFlmseyi among them, (or the
belles of Washington hive parent with long
purses, which, howerer, frequently get shortened
before the close or a fashionable sea ton at the
national cipltal. It Is, therefore, not ft matter of
surprUe that each belle who pondered over the
above Important question at length answered It
to her own satisfaction, at least. This done, the
modiste were gladdened ith eart$-btatu-ht or
den for atunnmgtollettei.ind poor nofrdRif.a
were made to tund and deliver when tne enor
mous niusror tne lime were presented for pay.
The beaux, too, looked forward to thf bail with
mnch pleasure; for, although Angus tne has only
one suit to pnrrhase during the winter, and the
juration u 10 mc aiyu or nis toilette oi this im
portant occasion therefore gsve hlra tittle con
cern, he was nevertheless anxious to figure aa
the pet of the ladles, sod to idd his presence to
the attractions or the occasion. Itwll there
fore I aern that our young people of both sexes
were equally Interested In Mist fltewarta halt.
and that Ihey all tooked forward in It With equal
THI lilL HOOU. I
The lull room of M atonic Temnle was hnaan
forthle Important inclil event, and trperhsp,
never looked more Ixtntlfal than on the occa
sion 01 wnicn we write. The decorations were
entrusted to very competent hands, fur most
artistically was tho work accomplished. At the
extreme end o( the room waa a plttfona covered
wiinanamitome and coat r camel. Alone- ih
front of this were a rrangcd.fi ve arches, trie col-
nmns were eniwinea witn.evergreen, ovtr fthkh
was wound white and blue tarletan, the auMaed
hoe of the green, aa seen through the tarletan.
making a very pretty effect. At the base of the
columns, at well as at the top, were projection
upon which weie placed pott of flower and vara
plants, among the former being many heaotlfuJ
bushes of aiallas, the pure white of which gaver
rirwiui vounaai tw tne frrrrn or tne plants and
the pink shade of tarletan that surrounded It.
The beam thtt formed the upper pert of the
archee were wound with American flags,
and at each or the places where they Joined
between the arches was place) a large
palm leaf. Along the edges of the pisiform, in
the rear of It and at the comers, were placed
Plants and flowers. Over the windows at the
tack of the platform were hung two Immense
American Bags, bordered on either side with an
English and a Japanese flag otcuMeua These
flags rovered the wall nearly from the ceiling to
the Poor. At the opposite end or the hall, in
front or the gallery, the decorations were similar
to those on the platform. The aides of the hall
were festooned with vines of evergreens, looped
op between each window, where was alto placed
a shield bcirlog the emblem of some foreign
nation. The wlndow-aill were full of pot of
rare plants aod flower In full bloom. Attached
to either aide of allthegaiflxnrci In the room
was a small American flag, while the large chtn
deller In the centre of the ball was also a-aiiv
decorated with these small flag and white and
rea tarician. indeed, tho decoratlona were so
arranged as almost to give to the room the ap
pearance of an Immense flower garden, and the
delusion was ma le nearly complete by the voices
of acorci of birds, In cages, hung In different
locations all over the room. It Is doubtful if
even the belli which have been given by the
Government to noted people In Masonic ball
hire been more elaborately arranged for them
than waa that which private taste and wealth
originated last evening.
TBI t err I ".-BOOK.
It has been truly said that there are three
clasaea or people who attend entertainment or
toe tnaracter we are describing. The first go to
see and 1 seen, the second to dance, and the
third to eat. Thoao ol the latter class who were
present at Miss Stewart's ball must have been In
their glory, for the array of things that go to
satisfy the Inner man (and woman) was certainiv
inch 11 roust hive caused the meat exacting
epicure to smack hi lips and rub hla vett pat
tern with Joy, The table extended down one
entire side and a .'rots the end of the
room adjoining the ball-room, its whole
length probably reaching seventy-five feet.
Upon It were placed all the delicacies of the
season, and many ilso that were ou,t of season.
The confectionery, however, was a perfect roar
vel or the confectioner's art, and did Infinite
credit to the skill and originality of Mr. Freund,
Into whose hands the supper arrangements were
placed. The design embraced miniature moun
tains, castles, grottoes, Swiss chalet, as
well as bssketi of almost rrerr conceiv
able description. One of the prettiest de
signs was that or a Swiss cottage with a
thatched roof placed high op on the rocks, a
flight of while winding stairs reaching from
the serf to the foundation on the rocks
above. TheUrgMt design was that of a gor
geous temple some five feet In height, ln the
centre of which was discernible a figure of
wnaimusi nave ien meant ror rapid, only he
had thrown away hit qulterand bow. and was
bearing a large basket of grappa upon hi head.
uut me inier iircoration, or perhaps we should
sty a real curiosity In the wiy of decoration, was
a Urge banana tree, which was placed at the
intersection of the table acmes the tide end end
of the room. The tree bore a hunch of unripe
bananas, and IU broad leaves extended far rat
Into the room, form'ngaa It were a sort of arbor.
beneath which lovers could stand and rat or
talk. It Is needless to stale that when the supper
room wu thrown open ample Justice wm done
to the tempting amy of delicate dishes, under
neath the weight of which tt.e tallies fslrlr
was composed or the croae e la crrt-ic of Wash
ington, at well at representatives from the aolect
circlet of many of the targe cities of the laud.
The only cause of complaint that could reason
ably be advanced was, that there were two many
present for the space In which they were obliged
to move. This annoyance arose from the too
good-natured desire of Senator and Mrs. Stewart
to accommodate all their friends In Washington,
many of whom, however, Importuned them for
extra Invitations after the prescrilieil number bad
already been Isaned. still, as people, as a gen
eral thing, like to go where there It a "crowd."
everybody preserved an even temper and pressed
on to their destination with a heroism worthy a
t .Iter cause. But the company, as we have
Hated, wt very select. Nearly every gentle
man was noted In the artistic or literary world
or was a civil, military or naval officer of dts
tlnctlon. A torvey of the room resulted In dis
covering In the throng mtny of the most noted
members of the bsaaih or btr In the Itnd, while
nearly every dlitingntahed Senator or member
of Congress could be discovered at some point
of the mom. Accompanying them were elezant
an I rfW!f iie-appearing ladles attired in the 1
ncnest and most beautiful costumes thai ihe
100111 art coul X desire. Indeed,
of the ladles present was magniilceut almost be-
yonn uesi-npuon. The first to be described was
that of Mrs. Stewart, It was of a wlne-oulorel
satin, trimmed with wide flounces of point
appiique. miss uessie Stewart was attired in
blosHom-colored silk, trimmed with white inllr.
MISS MSrVL'llka Waailreaae,! In'a nlnk oma irralu
elaborately trimmed with point applique. Miss
cjiiina isvot nress was of blue gros grain,
richly and tastefully trimmed with the same
and point lace. Mrs. W, B. bbaw's costume was
of plokiod blue silk, with petticoat ot white
Illusion. Mn. Colonel Barton wore a handsome
dress or blue silk. Mr. Judge Emory costume
was ear. au la,t richly trimmed with point lace,
Mrs. ltallett Kllbuuru was dressodln bluegroa
grain with petticoat or whlto grot grain. Mist
Lucy Worth ington't attire wa of bluo slit,
tastefully trimmed with white lace. Mrs.
A. J. Falls was attired ln pink and white
tarletan. Mrs. Charles Fisher wore white silk
under light green tarletan. Madame R. II, Sav
gros grain, with a white embroidered oversklrt
or a material we know not of. Mist Kiriitrdson
wore a very pretty blue silk. Mist fieorgte Kit
bourn was attired In pink grot gralu. Mist
shade of alia, with overdiesa ot heavy blue sTik.
Nlu Nemo dram wai sulred la a lemon colored
silk, with white tulle oversklrt, looped np with
rosea, and blue silk hows. Miss Cole wore a pink
and white tsrletsn. Mitt W hltlng waa attired
In blue silk. Mrs. senttor Chindler was arrayed
In a rich I'trisisn costume. Miss Madge Dent's
costume was of white tulle, flounced and rorn-
munii nit wiriaaiib, Miaa rauniD niuuwH
dressed in blue silk, with white tulle ovenklrt,
Mrs. Hutchinson wore a very elegant Pink silk,
elaborately trimmed with white lace, Mrs, Sen
ator Cote was attired in white silk almost en
tirely covered with bluk lace, Mrs.Coston's
urraa was 01 wnno nix, with trained skirt
ot light green velvet. Mis Julia Drown
wore light lavender, trimmed with scolloped
flounces ot pink -silk. Mis Mary Chen,
oweth wore a tasteful costume of pink
tarletan, trimmed with the same ami tows of
black velvet. Mrs, D. F, Murphy wss-ettired In
General Williams looked lovely, as tqe.alwiyi
dOCS. In averv rtch and alvllah naakUa kin a
silk, elaborately trimmed with tat a. ims list tie
itrvwn waa nrraaeo; in nine nia, wiin WWie tune
oversklrt, looped up with roses. Mist Nellie
Smith wore a blue satin dress, with light over
sklrt. Mrs. Colonel Martin was attired In black
gros grain, trimmed with orange-colored silk.
MlssMsy Solomon's costnmewat of green and
white striped silk. Mrs. Graham was dressed in
black silk, with lavender and white tulle over
sklrt, Madame Bouligny was attired In Isvender
ii irian, wiin iwim appnqna oversKin, .miss una
hvana looked verv nretlr ln wait tarletan
trimmed with pipings of white sstln. Mrs. Rich
ardson wore a lavender aiiir. trimmiwi with
Cherry Colored Silk. Tho Mlaa Fletcher wera
present attired In very pretty costumes. To
give a list of the gentlemen present would he to
vinruiiiii iiiiicj ui oca n j an me ncnaiora.
Insulshedrealilentanf U'aahlnotstn rti fimi.
nix iiiBicnai- wera amy representee ny tne sec
refsry or War, Gen, Sherman, Gen. Sherldin
and Oen. Dent.
Senator and Mrs. Sbfwtrt received on the
plttformitthe extreme end of the room, and
welcomed their guest In a cordial manner, Misa
Bessie Stewart was. aananal. irmi n.t.im
.- ......... ; 7 "-.:'"? .-"-. -
and won additional admiration, both for her ele
gtnt appearance aud (or her eaar and lady-like
ihe music was unexceptionable, the floor In a
fine condition, and we are anre that those pres.
ent will Join us In our congratulation to Senator
and Mr. Stewart on their success in having
originated and carried to a conrlnslon one ot the
moat elegant and select aortal entertilnments
ever gtreu In W ashlngton.
Mrs,c. r.Jamesrccehetln-4lay at No. 1131 F
Mrs, Ames ami Mrs. Baxter will not receive to
morrow, PrnfesAorHrnry's family recrlve at the Insti
tute 1 o-May.
HT. 0cBr' Ea"n ' fir's on Fridayi at No.
IT H street.
. Mrs. T.F. Jew ell receives ou FrldsyB ai No.
1M8 0 street. '
MistMsry Chenowrth will receive to-dey at
Mrs. Oen. Bingham receives to-lay at No. T
Mrs. John P. Bigelow receives at No. 8034 O
street this evening.
Mrs. General Paul receives at her residence on
O street every Friday.
- Mr,.liScr',,rJ "" '" entertaining Mrs.Orlf
flth.or New Yoik city.
The Indiana Association hate a sociable at Ma
lonlo hall thu evening.
Mrs. Paymaster Carpenter receive on Fridays
at h:r house on Fstrvet.
y'S.? rwt.t rwlvesat her cosy residence,
In the First want, loia. ' '
. W2 A.nJ?le ,MBOB n,l Miss Rohertson'recclve
tHsftft No. loo I street.
' lai o taie? Ml,pln receive on Frldsys at No.
. """viuib avenue;.
,,.m ,:'.vu" OI rTt M1 " Dsniel Dougherty
will find them at u uiardt hotel.
Mm. IL I, ('hriat reealvita at Vn 11A4 t-a-
chnsett avenue thl aKernnon.
lira. Hjnileelanit ln I,... h.L. a. ..h... .
Bt ""fMidencsi on V street,
. . u. Mnueu receives to-ly at her new
residence on Pennsylvania avenue.
rt- vU-l..r!i!,1',e on XrUmja, at her resl
dn,r. o- sl ConneeUrat avenue.
Mfs. Professor Raird receives on Fridays at her
residence. No. Ha New York arennc.
sir. and Mrs. Demss Barnes arc among the
prominent guest of Ulllsrd hoteL
Mr. Commlssloter Dougttst receives on
Fridays at No. B? . Connecticut avenue.
General and Mrs. Sherman hold their weekly
reception at No, so; I street this evening.
Mrs.M.L.rmlth and Miss Smith receive on
Frldsys, at No. 1320 Massachusetts avenue,
Mrs. H. P. Brown and the Misses Julia and
Itattle Brown receive to-day at tsi3 K street.
Mrs. Judge Arthur Mac Arthur Is at home to
her friend every Frldsy, at No. I SIS I street.
Mrs. Genoral ftaicoek receives at her new and
handsome residence. No. 1034 U street, to-day,
lira. (len. Burnet and her danrhter. UIbb
Annie Barnes, receive to-dsy at No. 1113 It street,
Mrs. A. It. Shepherl receives at her handsome
residence on Connecticut avenue this afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. William stlckney hava Usued In
vitations for a reception Friday evening, the tut
Mrs. O. I), narrett will be hsmtv to receive
callers to-day at her studio, No. ill Four-and-a-
tmm ll'ttll. Ull.l HAW !..! I.rt V. fcl..a
jnin. n iiiiaiu ctiiai-i-j, aMmini ij uri nivvr,
receives at her elegant resilience, No. 601 M
Mr. Judge Richardson's weekly reception
takes place to-dsy. She will beatsUtedhy her
daughter, Mlsa Isabel.
Mrs. Senator Stewart glvei a vatint$ dAinlt
to morrow at her elcgaut residence, No, MU
Madame Boullgney, one ot the ornaments of
Washington societv. receives her friends tt her
pleasant noine on u street, io-uy.
Mrs. Evans receives at No. 033 M street to-riai!
assisted by her daughters. Mist Lena Evans, Mrs.
Kellogg and Mrs. Stevenaon.
M rs. Admiral Poor will receive at her residence.
No. 1IXW O street, to-dsy. She will be assisted by
Mrs. Jewell and the Misses Tomhmon, of New
Mrs. B. TL Cowan, one of the most ixreeabte
ladlei In Washington society, hoidt her weekly
reception at her pleasant home, No, UII L street,
Mrs. Attorney General Williams' card-receD-
tlon takes Place this evening. ,Mrs. Williams'
second evening at home, like her first one prob
ably, will pro every enjoyable, And he attended
by ail the pleasant people of Washington.
Mr. Henry C. Bispham, a well-known New
York artiat. Ib a mi eat of Mr. Georo-e Alfred
Townsend. Mr. Bispham la one of the best ani-
mil pain 1 era in kid country, ami 1 rapiny riaing
to a front rank In his profession. The President
hat one of Mr. Blsphsra's pictures, which he
holds In high esteem.
Mrs. Senator Cole gave her lest reception of
the season resterdav. The Udv aided dancing
to the other attractions of her reception, and as
a consequence her parlor was thronged by the
young dancing members of society during the
greater portion of the evening. Mr, Cola was
assisted by Miss Cole, Mrs. Whiting and Miss
Mr. Austin P. Brown gJe a watint Janwnte
vesterdar. which was larselv attended bv her
numerous friends In Washington society. She
wa assisted by the Misses Julia and Itattle
Brown. Among those who called were Mrs. At
torney General Williams, the pleasant Mrs.
Hutchinson, Mist AlriKitt and Mrs. Dr. Wads,
worth. Mrs. Brown was lively and pleasant at
nsual, and rntertalned her callers In a delightful
MistFrtnclscao. Lantlng and Mr. B. I Per
vine. I'. S. N. will be married at St. John's
church by the pastor. Rev. J. V. Lewis, on Tues-
uay evening next. 1 nera wiu ue one uruiesmaiu
and one groomsman. The bridal party will he
tendered a reception ou the oth Instant by the
bride's aunt at her residence. No. ti West Four
teenth street. A select party hive been Invited
towiinesa ina rrmnnnj; raraa 01 invusiicin in
be presented it the church door.
Tardy Juallre to Revolutionary Claimants.
The red lire which " hedges 1 round" all trans
action with the Government to effectually that
claims, however Just, are seldom paid without
great delay, exhibit! its most pernicious effects
In the tardy Justice which Is awarded to revo
lutionary claimants. In other words, the pres
ent docs reluctant Justice to the repvcaentttivei
of the ptst generation. Mtny of these claims,
recommennen y necretanea or me interior lor
a generation, back, and favorably reported upon
by the proper committees ot Congress after Con
gress for the same length of time, ire yet pend
ing, Aa an Instance of their character, tha fol
lowing extract from a report now waiting action
In the Senate la valuable t
"The evidence before the committee ahowa
that lieut. Joseph Wheaton terved Inthe Rhode
Island line from the commencement to the close
of the revolutionary war: thtt hit father ind ten
brothers ill held commissions is officers In the
British service, snd tint he alone tacrlnced hla
home and domeatlo tie for the cause of llierty;
that hewti disinherited by his father, Colons'
Caleb Wheaton, who commanded a regiment of
British pioneers, who, to the day of nit death,
never forgave his son for whst he considered a
disloyalty to the King of Great Britain In Joining
'the Yankee rebel;' that on the 11th of May.
iiio, ami iuiik oeiora war wax tiet-iami ne joined
a band ot volunteers, and took an active nart In
(tpiurlng tho Margaret ta aud two other armed
iiiiMaii ph. uiHiucra, wnicn wan 01 great ac
vico to us Iu after times, aud wis tho 0.
advantage gained over our enemies on the
waters. In this service he received a severe
sabre wound on tho head, which tronble
his mind through life and terminated in his dying
In the insane asylum, in Baltimore, Iu the year
1t?tt- After tha war was .laelim.l .Inaanh Wka..
ton joined tha Rhode Island line In Col. Israel
Angell'a rcglmcut, and sharing In all the battles
In which thtt part cf the army was engaged,
which aeems to have beun mauv. never left his
regiment until the end of the war. He was In
vested with a commission at colonel In the war
of 1AU. through the whole of whli.li be served
with distinguished ability. By the acts of -congress
of a aud Slat o( October, ITHii, the Govern
mentoftlie United states promised to pay to
eat h and all tho officers, Individually, who should
continue to servo until the end of the war, halt
puy for life, and to pay the same to ttld ofllcert
or their legal rcprcHvutatlres in specie or other
iurivii iinniej, t mu cini oi eat n ami every
jear, for life,"
Senator Pool, chairman of the Revolutionary
Claims Committee, who submitted the report
from w hli-h the foregoing li an extract, ha made
several unsuccessful effort to get a bearing for
theo bills, and they ireiyet In danger of Iwlng
lost, as It hat been their usual fate.by tho lack of
riot father left to wtw awttt. iu ker oil aae
' this ail 1 of ilmple Jmcc,
THE BROKERS' BRIBERY.
THE NEW YORK STOCI EXCHAN6E tOIIT.
A Nan Kat Wltaeaa The Ways anil Mr ana
Committee Ungngrd In the Investigation
Probability af Farther lievrlaptneat
Ta-Day-Hew the Matter Heenme Pub
lic Ac.t Ac.
To the astonishment of the Ways and Meant
Committee, Mr, Clinton C, Colgate, whnee start
ling testimony regarding the transactions ot the
New York Stock Exchange with the MMolfwtn rescued 1 "and Vhe remamder wm tither
hut rear ttx hill waa minted ta vaAerilsv'a
tttnauciN, did not ippeir according to prom lie
at Ita meeting yesterday morning, Mr. Dtwe,
at toon as possible after the Home convened.
obtained tho uiual authority to send for persons
and pipers and continue the examination In a
formal manner. The Sergeant-at-Arms was then
ent for Colgate, hut could not find him, although
an possime searcn was mane ror mm at nis hotel
and elsewhere. Colgate's friends assert that he
will not purposely avoid the subpoena which had
neen issuei ror mm, and one 01 tnem, who con
versed with him last night, was authorized to
promise uav prompt appearance this morning,
They f urvtW explain that hla failure to keep his
promise yesterday wa prompted by his desire to
avoid publicity In connection with Congressional
Investigations, at well at a reluctance to expose
the private transactions of interested parties.
lie did not know that tne committee had been
empowered to compel hit presence, and conse
quently made preparations to return to New
lork last night, A subsequent effort of Col.
Ordwiy to find him wai tnccessful, and at a late
hour last night he acknowledged the service of a
subpoena to appear at 10 o'clock this morning.
it seems tntt thii unexpected investigation.
together with the startling developments which
hive! followed even at Its Inception, arose from
the Indiscreet boasting of tome raemiierot Ihe
Stock Exchange regarding the manner In which
the tax on liorrowed capital was repealed by the
the act nf June 6, UIJ. These imtNta. accom
panied by hlnlt of bribery and wholesale corrup
tion, came to tne xnowieuge or tne lion, Clinton
I. Merrlam, or New York, who atibaeqnently
called the attention of Mr. Dawes to them. A
paragraph from tho New ork TVme, calling at
tention to the extravseanceof rolnte'a bill for
expenaea while engaged in securing the repeal
of the tax, bad been tent to Mr. Dawes, which
fact, coupled with Mr. Merriamt statement. In
duced the committee to call upon Colgate for an
explanation, voigate rrsponurti witnout oeiay,
and on Wedneaday morning put the committee
loascBsionoi nn 1 aria, as iney were printer
heae columns vesterdsr. Thecommlllee had
no authority to administer an oath, but his state
ments were of each importance that he waa re
quested to swear to them. His examination to-dav
win iw morn format ami corn pre nensivc. 11 win
Include questions Intended to develop the exsct
connection of Mr. George A. Baasett, the clerk
of the committee, with the transaction, and Mr.
Colgate will be celled upon to substantiate under
oath the statementi Tnade by him privatelv,
to the effect that Hastett offered himself
to lie bribed. It waa rumored, and possibly pub
lished In some ot the Northern paper yesterday,
thtt Colgate had In hit postestlon a note from
Battett, offering bit service at a salary of VU
per month to take care ot the tax repeal In the
committee, and a IAO00 fee contingent on Its
succe. Colgate now deniet this, and explains
inn ins tmiv rvmenpu aa rsq vuer to prove
Ilaasetta- milt Is to repeat a conversation which
occurred between them, during which Bassett
mane tne oner in piain ami nnmistakaiiie
words. He aays the only scrap of Bassett's
writing In bis possession Is a ran on which the
latter wrote lilt address, for the purpose of
meeting Colgate to conclude the bargain.
It it due to Mr. Bassett to tsy that the mem
ber of the committee, without exception, still
retain the most anlwunded confidence In hla in
tegrity, and will continue to do so until more
positive proof than haa yet been adduced shall
he-urouglitto prove hla guilt. In the meantime
his cou uec t Ion with the committee remains un
disturbed, ind he will be allowed to tte present
to defend himself during the Investigation.
Colgate made his appearance In Washington
In connection with this business early last sum
mer. He Is a brother of the Colgatcs engaged In
the manufacture of aoap tn Jersey City, and fill
the position ol chief of the bureau ol claims In
the New Yotk Stock Exchange. He Is repre
sented to be a man of considerable wealth, and
was noted here for his manner of high living.
He mtde no secret of his business, and explained.
In answer to proper Inquiries, that he was act
ing In behalf of the brokers of the Stock Ex
change to procure a repeal of the tax on borrowed
rtpluL He managed bf affairs to shrewdly at
to cause frequent favorable agitation of the
question In the public prints, and was sustained
by articles In several of the leading New York
Journals. He had quarters at one of our princi
pal hotels, and his hospitality was bountiful.
Hit effort! to Influence the ways and Means
vomioiiicc wera unavauiug, nawever, ami me
Internal revenue bill was reported to the House
without a clause repealing the obnoxious taxea.
witnout a clause repealing tne obnoxious taxes.
Then wera tha law of nim tute nl nn l.n.L.p.i
sties and a custom of taxing borrowed money at poor-law Inspector, at the very handsome salary
capital. The bill pttacd the House, and In the "' wo thousand dollars a year, to report upon
Senate Finance CummUtee, through the effort! lne i'2ralc1'" n,lth treatment of children who
of Senator Fenton, wa amended to Include the are "boarded out' after the system which la gen
following provision changing section Ho: "And 'rally adopted In Scotland. Mrs. Nassau Senior
the words cipltal employed In said section shall ' tha ltd upon whom this distinction hat been
not Include money borrowed or received from conferred.
day to day in the usual course of business from A raw pats aoo the moat fashionable ball prob
anv person not a partner of or interested In the ably In England took place In the city of York
said bank association or Ann." theannual county ball. Without giving warning.
The one per cent, tax on broken' sales was, the cat) carried their ftlr occupant and gallant
repealed by the abolition of that part of the In- attendant cavalier to the hall, but when the
ternai revenue laws known at "schedule B," hour lor going home had arrived, not a cab waa
With these changes the bin came back to the to ie found. The men bad struck work in the
House and was committed to a conference com-' midst ot the revelry at the Town hall. It Is lm
mlttee, of which Messrs. Sherman, Morrill of poattbla to Imagine, we ire told, the discomfort
L.and Bayard were roentgen on the part of 1 and annoyance that ensued to the visitors, many
the Senate, and Messn. Dawes, Kerr and Kelley I of whom had cpme from all parts of the country,
on the part of the House. It It not known The hotels were full, and there was nothing left
what effort. If any. was made In the conference to the largo majority of ladies and gentlemen
committee to retain or strike out the Senate , but to trudge wearily home on foot.
amendment, as fhe proceedings were confiden
tial aim t'onBcqurniiy uot mail" puoue.
Judge Sherman has also been subpornaed to
appear, and will probably tie examined to-dsy.
lie was appointed Imlge of the District Court of
the Northern district of Ohio by President John
eon, ind It charged by Colgate with having w rit
ten a letter asking that the turn of 1 10,1100 be
paid to hlra aa a fee for legal services in prepar
ing in argument and brief in the case to be
used t fore the Senate Finance Committee, and
for aid In Influencing the action of hit brother,
Senator Sherman, and Representative Garfield.
This letter,wblca, according to Colgate, was for
warded to the block Exchange, will he produced
and placed In tho baud of the committee as
soon at possible.
Mr. King, president of the Stock Exchange,
and John T. licnney. an officer of the bureau of
claim, in the Exchange, have also been sui
pcenaed. King haa telegraphed that he will lie
present on Saturday next and ready for exam
ination. Mr. Denney will bring with him Col
gate's report, In which, It la alleged, the details
of tho proposed arrangement with Bassett are
The social as well as financial prominence of
the parties Inculpated In this mysterious affslr
add Interest to the Investigation, and further
proceeding will he looked for with Interest,
TI1K HEWN 1P KIN(4 AMADlTN.
A short ret lew of the leading etrnti in the
reign of King Amadeui cannot fall of being In
teresting at the present time.
It will bo recollected that Ihe uprising of 1H
which was headed by Prince Topcte and Mar
shal Serrano, drove Isabella II from the Spanish
throne. A provisional government wot then
proclaimed, and It held power till June, 1W,
when Serrauo was made regent. This regency
lotted till November 16, 1670. Then Araadcus,
the second son of King Victor Emanuel, agreed
to mount the Spanish throne If the Cortes should
elect him to that position by a two-thirds vote.
To this scheme there wu great opposition on
the part of the leaders of the Republican party,
then headed by Castiiear, the ablest agitator In
Europe. Hut he was elected by the necessary
vote, and accepted the throne December 4, 1970,
He entered Madrid, January t, 1HT3, amid great
rejoklogs, and entered at once upon the duties
and trial of hi reign.
In the new elections for the Cortes, held In
March, hi first MlnUlry.had a two-third ma
jority, hut was forced to resign In July, becom
ing unpopular on account of Irregularities In
managing the nuances, several attempt fol
lowed to make a new Cabinet, and then R11I1
Zorllla, a uiatinguiahcd leader of the Progres
sionist, accepted the position of Prime Minis
ter, and the Cabinet Include! the names of
Mtlcampn, lluv Gomel and Sagosta.
The new Cabinet made a moat favorable Im
pression, aud, asking for a loan of ju.ioo,ntMi,
more than set en timet that amount was ten
dered. In the fall of 1871 Amadeus made a tour
through the provinces, and was everywhere
handsomely aud cordially received. He was
soon troubled, however, by new complications
in hbt Cabinet, and a new one was formed under
the Icadendilp of sagosta.
When Atutdeui became king Cuba waa In a
state of revolution. He pursuud the bauio course
towird tint Ulond at hla predecessors had doue.
1 hU last year he narrowly vacaped assasslut
tlon. In the tiouhcrn provinces there have been
Carllst Insurrcct on. After various changes in
the Cabinet, Zo ilia again became premier, hut
hitbccuunucrc(ulin kecpiug doan the op.
position. The king will, of course, return to
Isabella II Is now In Paris. She was born
October to, 1330: ascended the Hi roue Sentemticr
89, 193.1: married her cmisla, Don Francis il'As
slsi. October 10, H Id. Her sun, Alfonso. Prince
of AstiirU, was born November t 1W7,
A FAintKX Doo.-The Nashua N. H. TWc
ffMnA relate that not long since a Newfound
laud dog belonging to a family was left for a few
minute in a room with an open grate In whkh
was a thlld Just old enough to creep. Ihe child
crept toward the fire, and the dog, who ap
narvtitly stw and understood the da..gcr, at once
laid down between the child ind tlu. Ore and re
nul0J .!"? UQUI th mother came to the
""I ".?' ?Bf nalr w" turned from the dog side,
ind hU body wat blistered, and yet, noble dog
, that he was, he did not budge. Slnco then some
rooniter baa poisoned itiU brave dog.
Merlon Accident an the Tree JlrliUe Hit
Men Killed and Drowned.
ntrawown. Vs., Feb. 1I.-T. If. Herndon,
the (ree bridge In course of construction acroct
the James river, between Richmond and Man
chester, were drowned this morning while at-
-..ij, nun 1 uu. uampiuD, rpiorci, empioyea o
imuyuuw, v, get 10 tneirwnnr. in a boar, wnicn,
owing to the swollen condition of the river, te
csme unmansgeabie and upset, Ilerndon waa
At a later hour another and more dreadful ac
cident ocenrred at the same place. The tem
porary trestle-work across two of the pniartof
the bridge, upon which about fifteen white men
WCre engaged lO levin? the Iron anneralmelnra
gtv&wtyand precipitated the whole party Into
tne boiling waten beneath. Nine 0 the men
7 "m""i man ma rcmainucr were either
drowned or killed by belnr dished against the
""' "ii iron wnicu vcniugwn WHO mem,
Amone thoaa whn war mat waej r n.t.
uihi au'i I'avin uonmey, 01 t'ennsyivinli
KOBTIS O. Hhaw. nf HuaaoT eonnl. Va i.ki
. -7 .."7. .. .:..- T.'V.--' -
formerly Of New York, ami John llaeHann f
of those who were re trued, two floated about
uiiuj u"wu tun rivrr on tiraoera, ana were
taken out imliy injure) and nearly chilled to
death, one seized hold of a short piece of rope
fastened to broken limber which had irot
Jammed among the sunken rockt, ind remilned
there for two hours, tint waa Anally rescued
with ropes and an empty boit which was drifted
to him from the Petersburg railroad bridge,
But a hundred and fitly yardt above the scene
of the disaster.
No one dared go to him, the waters being so
rough and rapid. The remainder were taken out
at murreni points ieiow.
There was an Immense turnout of the populace
this afternoon to witness the demonstrstion In
honor of the arrival of the first through freight
train from the Ohio river over the Chesapeake
and Ohio railroad.
A long procession of the 1st Virginia regiment.
Are department, various commerclsl associa
tions. City Council and other city official, and
mtny privtte cltlxent wit formed and marched
to the Chesipetke and Ohio depot, when soon
after their arrival the expected train hove In
tight and was salute! by two better! of arttt-
lerv Btatlnnednd tha neivhhorinv hiita h ..
Ing one hundred rounds. Severalof the church
bell an I all the city bells rang out their Joyous
peals, while Ihe steam whistles of the engines or
the fire department kept tip a continuous blow
ing. Speechet were made by Lewi It. Frayier.
president of the National Tobacco Association.
Uent. (lovarnoe (..j It am ink. ti ii..ii
oen. J, R. Anderson, M. II. Bchwatenherg, ot
Cincinnati, and other. It Is proposed to have
uuiun a ii-1 Krauucr (-rirurauon in JUS J,
snowing steadily here.
COIL dcnnslta hava l.n fannd in VwTu.
Tttl latest dodee In London ailveHlaim la m
paste small tickets glorifying your wares on
every coin silver or copper which passes out
A OrieiC corporation ordinance lmiwu.1 iin.
or Imprisonment (or "leasing, sub-letting or
allowing to be occupied toy premltet for tor
poses of prostitution.
GaKlHWicnitoarrrst. waniwtn,l nn ti.ai.tnf
this month as a naval college for the scientific
educttlon of the omcert In the Royal Navy above
the rank of lieutenant.
Tin Paria correspondent of the London Dally
Aetca BBVB that M. Thlera la nnita mmi.1. .1
Bhootlnir the vouna Prlnra If ha Minnmint.!.
power, ft by bo doing he could put an end to the
Intrigues ot the ex-Empress.
Till London nntlea hava eecalva.1 lnrn.M,iu
ot a Jewel robbery at the residence of the Kinoe-
... .iB,r..ivuu i.iiivii iu, uy ui inv luocrai.
Six gold watches, four necklaces, four gold
locket, and other article! were stolen.
PowrcARTM have made their Aral appearance
In Paris. It It said Iher are far from i-pautitaM.
to the French Post Office, the stamps on them
being affixed by hand and not Impressed, ami
the cards themselves lxing smaller than the
English pott cards.
Tni Freemnana. of London, announces that the
Prince or Wale ha accepted the Msstershlp ol
Ihe Apollo University Lodge, No. ji7, Oxford,
and there Is every probability ol Prince Leopold
being Initiated Into Freemasonry under hi Illus
trious brother'! tuipices.
It tsnetrly eight vein since the London tnd
Mtnchestrr cotton famine relief fund commit
tees suspended operations, and all that time the
large surplus which they hid on hind has gone
on growing larger by accumulation, until now It
reat hes the startling sum ot awo,ooo.
Cxrtaik Irish landlords hare been Interfering
with the spirit of the Irish Isnd act, and Mr.
Gladstone hat, In a letter to the Duke 0 Leinster,
declared thtt If this conduct he persisted In, It
will be necessary to bring the anbject before
Parliament, with a view to the act btlog remod
eled. Herr Kritp, the great German Ironmaster of
Essen, considering that coal I likely to continue
scarce and dear In Europe, hat purchased for the
fiurpnaesof hi great works it Eaten some col
leges in that neighborhood, at a cost of several
million thaler. Herr Krupp has also purchased,
with a similar object, some deposits of Iron min
erals in the siegen districts.
Womikw Riotrre have at length been recog
nixed in high quarter ln England. A depart
ment of the civil service, known aa the Local
",,:u' " "' ", anuwn aa ineiocai
UOTtmnitnt llOtrd. htt lUtt annnlntad a lad
TnK Arademr of Nclencea nf Pari, In im (
fered a prize of 90,ooo francs for some simple and
positive sign of death.wblch any noii-profcaalonal
lierson could understand and apply, Tne moat
nrartlcal and satisfactory one given (says the
''British Medical Press and circular") I men
Honed In a late number of "Vlrchoww Archlv."
It depond! upon the fact that no matter how pro
found the syncope or how deathlike the person
may appear, If the circulation continue, however
feebly, the person Is not dead. All that Is neces
sary, therefore, U to tie a siring firmly around
the finger of th supposed, corp-e; if the blood
circulate In the least, the whole finger, from the
string to the tin, will swell and generally turn a
bluish red. This test Is exccedlugly simple and
Tin position or Lord Lieutenant or Ireland
seems to lie about as"unpaylug" a concern at
the Post of British Ambaaaailnr in Wrnf .'
see from the London papers that the notoriously
generous and hospitable present Viceroy of Ire-
lauu, uii rpencer, ia aooui to retire, ue has
had rnouffh and mora than ennnvh tt Mm !'i
royalty. 1 hough by virtue of his office he ecu a
salary of $100,000 a year, he Is understood to have
spent over llTiSOoo,ao that he haa been out of
pocket by hia four years of office eomething like
inm.non, a prodeoesaor ot his, Lord Egllnton, I
said to have apent at the rate of law woo a year;
'ii. nim, lwubicij iuc iiiiii, nv iicm inn ice
rovtltv nnlv ten mnnfha. It la believed that Iap.i
Spencer will ho succeeded by Mr. Chichester
Fortcscue, who will lie raUed to the Peerage, It
Is the usual, though not the invariable, rulo to
rumcrinv omra upon a nnnieman Ol not less
rank than an Earl.
A Pitta correspondent, writing In regard to
the late Emperor N silicon's meant, asys: Now,
I happened to fall In the other day with what U
called a "really well-informed person" on the
abovo subject, and making aome Inquiries re
specting It found, at I anticipated would tie the
case, that he wat very cautious as to what he
said, and this not from unwillingness to speak
out, but from the difficulty ot obtaining accurate
Information. The probability was, he ssld, that
the pubila would "never know exactly the slate
ot the Emperor's affairs; the Emperor hardly
knew it himself." But be told me that hit own
estimate of the Emperor's means (snd that esti
mation is, 1 know not likely to be very far
wrong,) was that he left behind bim a disposa
ble fortune of from one hundred and twenty to
one hundred and twenty-five thousand million
ot trtnci. A good deal of thl. ray Informant
thought, would tie realized from life insurance
In England. It teems probable that the sale ot
the Empress' Jewelry and other valuables In Loo
don, whli h tome people suspected of being only
a blind to pretend poverty, was In reality re
quired (or keeping up these life policies. The
Einnreaa' own nrlrate Income derived from ha
landed property In Spain la supposed to vary be
tween one hundred thousand and fifiy thousand
if am a jut aunuiii, aceuniiog 10 ine State OI af -
fairs in that distracted country.
THE WHAT1IEK Hi: PORT.
Orrics nf Till Ciltxr Hional OrricEa. J
Nw.iiixoroK.lJ. 0.. Feb. H-la.m. (
arborsi portm past twintt-focr noriu.
The low barometer which was Wedneaday
night off Cap Hatleraa la now folllowrd by
rising pressure and cold weather throughout the
Middle and Eastern States. Cliar weather pre
vail In New England and New York, and clear-
mn .niiiri. mm iH-i-aiuiiai iignt biioivb irotn
Pennsylvania to North Carolina. North aud
east winds with cloudy weather prevail from
Lake Superior to Uke Erie and southward to the
Ohio valley, FrcBh ifuth easterly wind are re
ported from the extreme northwest. Clear
weather with light wind pre sU over the South
At Untie and Gulf State.
For New Eugland on Friday clear and clearing
weather, followed by wind veering to south
easterly, with warmer temperature!. For the
Middle Stales pirtiy cloudy weather; winds
veering to the South ln (he course of the day,
Fjr ine South Atlantic and Gulf States tartly
cloudy, pleasant and wanner weather. Fjr the
lake region rising temperature; easterly winds
veering to Boiittrwcst by Friday night. Frtha
Northwest filling barometer, southerly w.adt,
cloudy tnd threatening weather.
Mean anouilk featlvaia are held In Iowa to
pay off church debts. W blsky It Introduced into
the mush by wicked youths, and stingy old
hunks get liberal and pay off tbt Whole de&t 9Ut
v. , vn. rnamti
THE 8PANISH REPUBLIC.
THE rOIMATIQH Of THE NEW COYIRHMtlT.
rieeiUn sfa rrcaldeal by I bo Cartea-Tha
Province Hive Their Adherenca t the
Hepabllc King Amadrne an Ills War
fa M-ban-An Appeal Or f.nw and Or
der Thiers Promisee to Hccognla the
gLxcno or a ramogNT or tor conn.
Maprip, Feb. 13, 1 p. in. -The two Houses ot
the Cortes convened to-day in Joint teuton a
the National Assembly of Spain, and proceeded
to effect a permanent organization, Senor E.
Martoa, late Minuter of Foreign Affaln, waa
elected president or the Assembly, In plsce of
nor Figuerola, chalrmao rre fern- rccclvbi
senor Martos, on taking the chair, delivered a
patriotic speech, which wai Ian Jiy cheered from
all parts of the house.
The civil and military anthorltlea or tho prov
inces, as far as heard from, hare given In their
adhesion to the new regime. Tho city and
country, with the exception of tho district 1
where Carllst band are present, eontlnna tran
quil. Araadeut and the members of hli family
met with most respectful consideration it ihe
railway itttlont on the way to the Portuguese
RxroucAN xxnoxrrn to maintatm oidm.
MADaio, Feb. la, (via London, Feb, , 0 a. n
The republican deputies in tho Cortes pcnooalty
exhort their friend to maintain order In the
street. Troop are guarding the palace of tha
TTUIIU TO REtYMMXR Till RXtCBUC,
Paris, Feb. is. president Thiers wiu recog
nlze the Spanish republic as aoon as ho la noti
fied of iu establishment.
Dim PuhUt sincerely wishes tbo new republic
well, and counsels thoto whs hare charge oftt
to beware of cosmopoiiiinltm and foreign inter
ference. WELTOUXO DOaf .
F1.0ir.xct, Feb. 13. The manlripattty of Turin
hae sent a telegraphic dispatch to Ami leu
welcoming him home.
xxcrmKXT at i ubov.
LniOM, Feb. 13. There It much excitement
and nneaslnesibereover events In Spain. Public
fund ire lower,
Anather Kxpedlllon la Cuba from Now
(Rpeela! Dispatch to the RetHibllcan I
Nf w Orliahh, Feb. 8. It bis been dlMorcrcl
thtt a large and well-organized filibustering ex
pedition will soon am rrom tblt port for Cuba
inder the command ot a well-known ex Con
federate general who la now a prominent sup
porter ot General Grant administration, The
organisation It composed ot soldiers of both the
Federal and Confederate armies, from every aec
lon or the country, many or whom have already
arrived. Experienced pilots have been engaged,
tnd the most promising result ire expected.
Many New Orleans merchants who have suffered
from the unjust discrimination airslnit their
trade by the Spanish authorities In Cuban water.
nave contributed to defray the expense of thn
expedition. The character ot those engaged In
the enterprise tt above reproarn, and It 11 con-
troneu oy men wno nave no tjmpathy whatever
with the Impostors who pretend to represent the
Cuban republic In Washington or elsewhere.
The regularly accredited Cuban representatives
in New York ere fully advised of the movement
and cordially snstalnlt.
Ia ihr Fopp Coming ta America.'
Rout. Feb. 1) The Pone veitenla trava an
audience to several officers of the Unite.) States
navy now In Koine. In the course of the con
versation which took place his Holiness asked
how he would I received In America. The of
ficers replied that the jieople of thst country
would regard hi residence among them an a
A HIKIRTXRIAL CRI914. .
ItOVC Feb. 11. A mlnlatria1 rrlali la lm, An 1.
Prlace Napaleen va. I Franc.
PlMtlL Fell. ISj Itii1iramanl In Oi. ..
Prince Napoleon against Le Franc, late Minister
of the Interior, lor illegal expulsion (mm France,
ui "c Uniterm next wees.
THR Wtn IfPfUXITV.
It la officially announced that inn aacnd tint
million Installment ot tho fourth milliard of the
wtr Indemnity wti complete.) on the sin last.
A Itepabllcan .If at cm cat.
LrtBOf. Feb. IS. Tba Porlixmeaa fl.traenman
hat been warned that agenta are at work witn a
view to start a renuhUcan movement in thu
Atlrnpted Marder of a Male Hcnalor.
lSleclal to the RcpubllcaiLl
MoxTaolKT,ALA.aFeb.l3.-J. W. Mavlierrv
attempteil to assassinate N. s. McAfee, withont
warning omi attack, last night. The proroca.
tlon 1 t opposed to hive been a speech mule by
McAfee In the House of Reprrscntstivcs vestcr.
dty. McAfee Is badly If not fatally Injured.
Majucrry was one oi tne bogus senator f rein
Barber county, who were out led from scat nn-
der the late compromise between the conflicting
Legislatures. Greet excitement previl! In legis
lative circlet, ind it is fesred that other encoun
ters may enaue.
LIVELT TIHEa IV TUB I RnlKUTTKK.
MOVTuOMtar. all. Ft-ii. 13 no fiii.n.ii, i.at
before the House Journal was res. I, McAfee, a
Republican and Spencer man, moved to adjourn.
Hunter, another Republican, made an attempt
to contest the resolution to adjourn, on the
ground that It was the day set apart for the
election nf Unite! States Senator. Siwaker
i aoua, iiri'iiuutau, mien 11 nil uui 01 opicr.
Hunter appealed to the Chair, hut the Speaker
did not recogulio the appeal, and oniCTed Hun
ter to ho seated. Hunter Insisted on hi consti
tutional right, and the Chair ordered the ;.
geant-at-arms to arrest him, which was done.
1 he House then debited what to do with him all
day, the Chair ruling all motions not relating tn
this matter out of order. At 4 p. ra. Hunter1
cise wat postponed to allow him to explain.
when the speaker decided McAfee' motion tn
order, and It prevail! to-day.
Hunter, In explanation, said he heard before
entering the house that friends of Spencer would
try to defeat an attempt to bring on the Sena
torial election, ind that believing that tho law
required It to lie brought on, lie had felt It to lm
his duty to struggle to the last against a motion
which would necessarily cause the legislators tn
violate the law of Cungrcs. It wo to remind
the legislators that they should yield obedience
to the laws they were sworn to sunnort. thn
contest was altogether between Re publicans; no
Democrat were involved.
Humeri rose no been adjtura' 1 uttl Moa
Northern Central Railroad laaed.
niLTmORR. Feb. l.-..lt la atate.l hara tsi1.i
that the Pennsylvania Itailmait r'nmiuni ...
leased the entire line of the Northern Central
railroad, and take possession on the 1st ot July.
The terms of the lease are said to be that Ihe
stockholders shall receive eighty per cent, on
their stock. A general meeting of stockholder
will take place on the nth Instant.
rtaTiHruisu uviLTYOr MANSIACRirrEn.
A special dlsiutch from Cambridae. ltunhed.
ter county, Maryland, state that the trial or
John It. Plater for the murder of hit wire, cow.
menced two weeks ago, concluded to-dav, the
Jury finding a verdict ol manslaughter, Vltti-r
n (Uiruirii iu hid K-rui'"i!Hrj,
Cairax'aNteck In the Trlbaur.
New Yore, Feh. is. Samuel Sinclair, formerly
publlshcrol the rrieune, has addressed a letter
to that newspaper, to wbit-h he says Horace)
Greeley wished to associate Mr. Colfax with tho
political department of the Tribune, Colfax
thought favorably of the proposition provided be
could become interested in the property, aud
after consultation with Mr, Greeley, Mr. Sjic'alr
sold stock to Colfax, but as he wot then in Cou.
grcssit was thought host not to transfer It on
the book of the association until an,-h tim aa
Colfax should itecoma Immediately connected
iiiiumvuiiiuiiui hip iiaiier lor reasons Bail1.
factory to Greeley and Colfax.
Mr. Sinclair adds, he nnrchaami kkm-l ataiaii
by Colfax In hi testimony.
.. . bh- imrnTTTB.
The election for offlceraof tha imirirm T.mi
tute resulted In tho successor the regular over
the reform ticket. Prof. Durum! wis choteu
president, and Charlst p. Daly, Orestes net eland
and John B, Rich Ice presidents.
Affair In I'litb.
BAl.Tl.lKe. WIi IS Thn h pa 1 leu 1 miMv ainnn
of the season lspretlllng.
1 11c unutrui a ruiiiiig oiurn ia turcttcncl
wltha an it for pnbliMhlug obscene literature, iu
having printed to order a pamphlet from aomii
sermons of Brigham I oung, the otTriiaire matter
being the terbatim languige of the prophet od
Tho JuurnalMj Congress should arnoint an
Investigating committee Iu regard to the Mur
niou fund, to iscertaln what diitosltlon waa
mtde of large lumsot money seut to Washing.
too, and what members of Congress and sena
tor had been retained ta the intsmt of bright a
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