Newspaper of Evening Star, February 23, 1867, Page 2

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 23, 1867 Page 2
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THE EVENING STAR. The Ur*e*l Circulation ii lie District W. B. WALUAl'H, Uttw?a4 rUfttoOr. ? j WASHINGTON CITY : SATIRDAV I tBRlAHY **, IMT, ' vmbaoijtt hattke ob btbbt pagb. bbb oi tsirm kor intkkbctimo tblb- ; okapuic i.nu 0ti1ib matter TO advertisers. Tft* lolk>vii>( ? use ufllcMi tko?rin( ot the cHcn latum i?i ?be daily pspers ot this city oompetieg for ?ne (i?f?rin?ot advertieiug Mrr tbe recentaetof Oengreee directing such advertises to r* mad# In the two dally paper* ot Wubii>|toB havlag tb? large* circulation . KTiume >ta? 7,71* copies per day. Chrtmtcie J<KD6 44 " fnt*:Uffsnr*T.... " 14 Tbe return* of advertising by the city papers or Ue quarter ending liecember 31. iw>$, aa tHwn fr.tn ?> ? t*w>k of the Internal Revenue Office. are a* follows: EVKKIUM Star 913,107 InUUtj/fncer...,. 9.198 Chronicle .... 9,18i Kepub heir* 5 349 THE RECEPTIONS. The White Jlense. The ladie? of to* Executive Mansion, Mrs. Stover nnd Mrs Patterson, are at home every Monday. The ? nblaet. The ladies of lb? family of lion. O H. lire wiling. S*cretarv of tbe Interior, will receive their (needs on Wednesdays, at the resi dence of tbe Secretary, on the e ist side of Moutgoinerj stive', Grorxmowa Heights. Secietarv and Mrs. McCullocb bar* issued cards for two receptions, tbe first to be held on tbe evening of the 2Jd lust., and tbe second on tbe 2d ot March. M?s Postmaster fteueral Randall will receive at h< r residence, No. 40? New York avenue, on Wednesday afternoon. tlle president-s reception last evev INir. The last reception of tne President, this season, tooli place last evening, i'ue crowd mucn larger toia at eitb-r ot tbe previous ones, there being % continual stream of visitors passing tnroncb from eight nn.il eleven ? clock. The parlors, balh, and East Room w?-re uncomfortably crowded, ana it wai a|* ID or l impossible to pass tram one room to an. other. Tbe officers were kept busy in tbe difcnlt task of aiding the crowd to pass on. The President^ w bo seemed in good be^lth and spirits, received tne visitors cordially?. Mrs. Johnson appeared in public for the second time, hud wild her a.vu mplisn-'d d.iu/jters, Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. Stover, received tbe glials witn accustomed ea&?> and dignity Miss Stover, a niece of Mrs Stover. Col. K mert Johnson, Col. Moore ami Col. Long, of the Presiaem's staff, were also present, tae latter two gentlemen being accompanied by th-ir ladies. The gues's were presented to tbe Pr-^*. idem by Marshal 'Jo^dmg and Deputy M?rshal Phillips, and to tne ladies of th- Kg^cutive Mansion by B B French, E'q, Cornmissioaer of Public Buildings. Tha Mamie Band, under Proi. Scala. periormed mauy tlaa pieces of music donug tae eveamg. Among tb? dietiuguisbed persons present were Senators Johnson, Doolittle, Dixon, XcDongall, Buck tie*. EJaands. Pat'orsou and Stewart; Representatives Bank>. Farns* worth, Kinck, Leftwich, Hogac. MoorheaJ, Van Horn. Hubbard. Washburn of Ind., Davis' of N. Y., and many others; Secretaries Browning and McCullocb. Assistant Secretary t axon* Ivrignr T. Welles, Esq., ex-(lor. Purdy, of Oil.' Jndge Olm, of the District Supreme Cjurt; Gen. Spinner, Rev. Dr. Gillette, Gens. Thomas, Canby. Vinsent, Hawkins, Ludington: Paymaser Jackson, ot tbe Navy; N .C Ordway, Sergeant-at-Arms House of Representativ?s. Commissioner Wilson, of the Land Office; Alderman Magruder, B. M Plamb, Esq., Consul General Hitx, Senor Romero, and a large number of attaches of the various legations witn tbeusanos of distiogmsbed civilians Jrom all partsor tbecoun ry. Among the ladies present were Mrs Secretary Welles, Miss Dixon, a daughter of Senator Dixon; Mrs. and Miss Morgan, of N. Y., and Miea Merntt. of Conn.? visiung tbe tamily of Secretary Welles; Mrs. Gen Bangs, Miss Tador and Miss Brown, of Boston, and Mies Masters, of N. Y., visiting Mrs. Banks; Mrs. Senator Stewart, Mrs. and Mwe Traverse, daaghter and granddaughter of Senator Johnson; Mrs. Gea.Oaines, Mrs Senator Doolittle, Mrs. Gen. Simpsoa, Miss Romero, Mrs. Gen. Vincent, Mrs. A. H Mark and, Mrs. C. A. McLaflln, and the ladies of many distinguished officers and civilltns. Mrs. Johnson was attired in a heavy black silk dress, and black lace shawL lace cap aad strings. Mrs. Patterson wore a black Tel vet | dress with low neck and short sleeves, white lace shawl, aair curled aad dresaed with red 1 cameiia. Mrs. Stover wore a lilac colored silk ' trimmed with crystal, hair crimped and drease t with white camelia. Mrs. Secretary Welles 1 wore a black silk dress, and black lace shawl. j hair pla<n. Mrs Senator Stewart wore a corn- i colored sftk aad wniie lace over skirt, hair dressed with white flowers. Mrs. General Simpson wore a black moire antique and black laoe shawl, hair trimmed with red velvet ! Mre. Genera] Banks wore a light bine silk trimmed with honiton lace aad cnt with low ?*cB short sleeve#, coral jewelry. Miss Brown, of Boston, with General Banks, wore a dress of crimson silk, with bloade lace, and i while mnslin orerskirt trimmed with crimson ! satin, cotfTnre a la gr*cque. Miss Slmes, of Boston, with a dress of white tulle, waist and peplum of corn-colored silk, trimmed with white silk fringe and lU>man pearls, coiffure : of pearls Miss Masters, of Upton Park, New "York, wore a white spotted tarleton, over a white silk, trimmed with lace and whitesilk lappels. rot flare of wild roees. Miss Tador of Boston, wore a sky bine tarleton, over bine silk, with tunic, trimmed with lace, and looped np with bine ribbon; balr dressed with wreath of "forget me not" flowers. Miss Dixon, daughter of Seaator Dixon, wore a white talle dress, with pink eilk peplnm trimmed with crystal, lace spencer, and hair dressed with natnral flowers. Mrs. Morse, of Califorais, wars a rich white silk trimmed a boat the skirt with narrow rati velvet. black velvet cloak heavily embroidered with gold aad trimmed with swan's down. Mre. General Gaines wore a brocade silk trimmed with black lace, whue lace cap trimmed with pink, aad diamond jewelry. I* near midnight before the recaption ended and The guests bad all withdrawn. The police arrangements under Capt. Reed ai>d Lieut. Hurley, with ttfty.flve men, were coadacted very well, and the officers deserve credit. Steps were placed at the windows on each side of the mam entrance, through which ?Ue crowd passed out. judges of elbction. To-day the District Saproms Coart, in general term, appointed the following judges of election in and for tbe city ot Waablagtoa aa der tbe recent act of Congrase: Sayles J. Bowea. Pater T. Bacon, George H. Plant, Z. V. Robbies, Lewie Clephase. Paasoaat.?Major General Slcklea, accompanied by his daughter ia deap mouraing. were n the House gallery at the session last night Gen Sickles is en roate to bis post la floatb . Carolina. Ffrnm J. Sbilliartoa. Odeon Building, aad J C Parker, Poet OSce News St aad, we have rrfrrttm'? Lad\e$ M*gat\nr and Mrs. Peterson's Ladf's ?iml. r>ofh tar March. Istiikal Kivmri ?Tbe receipts from this em roe to-day were making the 1 total amount for the week ending to-day, f-t. 4W.W-59. kp" SMIIiugfon, Odeon Bnildtn;, send* us the "Ore*ohack Songster," publish">l by Simpson A Co., Philadelphia. H I } nkw n ni.inTiow Aiiii?i>tB H. KTirHUi iii Public axd i ft vai? With l*ti?r? tod spf?eb?? befm, dining and ?Idc? thf wir.:, b]f hmklf pmlu < > l?hd. Pnbli*h?*d by the national PuMiahinr Company. Philadelphia The Aral portion a/ 11- volume is biographical. and ue remainder of lettera and speeches. It cottftiaa t wo escelleut p. rtraits of Mr. Stapfcen*. (takea a different perioda ot bla life.) ?lsd, plot area o- Lis residence at rrawfordsvllle, (la, and tb Old Homestead liunal Ground; alao. lub ograj.b copi?-a of three bo fa from Mr. Liacoln | and ? ie(?l< from Mr. Stephens. With >ai oooc-one m b- ban 0| &r. aiepbeas ail tbat is c a mwi lor bim by bia aumirmc bioftrapbar wbo mom than on< ? expresaea the telitf tbat < r 1 ihi* m<j*i wonderful man id acn^iica/* i t **mt h*.fcm oecnpted a pise# la oar i ot licitl bi?tvr/ tbat makes tbta volume a *ry is-iul and acceptable addition to our toi k of modern biography. to tbe casual rt-aner, who ? ch?w? tbe political portion of tn* tm'ofe, tb* bite of personal detail in regird to ib? remarkable rise from obscurity by Mr bepb.'ns, urnlcr tbe moat adverse cirCnmaran." cr'' i,nrt rtwph? 'be moat disheartening nbrsic.il riiaqanltflentfona, will haw a vivid i a terest. a? the proof sheets of tbe volume have passed under the eye of Mr. stephen?, the accuracy of the data presented ,s assured Woo*?nri:? Guiana. ey William Howltt t. h prtersou a liro.'a: Philadelphia. Fo sa e by j MiilUng.on a atory by willi** Howitt ta pretiy sure of a large circle of revl?t* and tbe Peterson's, who have a keen scent for salable books. have brought the wuri out in \ery band*ome fbape The story verges on v hat ia called ibe -sensational,*' and tbe writer, who i# somewhat noted <if tat* as an entbuMMsnc convert to fpiritttali,-!!!, work* some portion of ihep.otoih-s story by a?ir. Ituslbtic machinery. ^o>?8 ov Tim uiko. Ky RabM Ben Toml. Piibli-bed bj Waller Gib*on: new York for ?ale iu this city by French i Kicbtrdsiu. koiikrt sivkkni. his Friends and Enem'ea a novel by William a. Ifarnmond. Pbili deiphia: j. b Eippincott a. (Jo. For sale in tiiia cit\ by t r- bcb a Kir liard*on, succeasora to ii udroti i'ajr lor. a reacaole a lory aboaudinz lit curious ma.'er. en avart mmsikdrs ! Being a Tntor'. couiisel to bis pupils. f.y the rev. g. u. 1) Ma h as. m. a Philadelphia: j b Lippia com a Co. For sale In this city by French a Kubardaon. An excellent bjot for youri* aiuc-iits, r> vii g hints on English composition tb? Mud) of the languages, Ac., ac. i-or Evki: amu Evkh. a liramaol Life. By Flfin ce Marryat . Published by faring .,|,'or t",|? 'n <??"? by French ft ri,birdhon. rt'4 Penn?vlVKiiia avenue. Tj JTBI OiriUCKj AMD MtHHKtti fir MiThui'WLis liuu'ilC, bo la, I 0 o ?u."ie r*<1 to meat at tbalr LoJiia r on tbi8 icaturd*. . iveb iko >?t 7^,,'clockto r::.kv'rtvn,:0u ? auj,ld ??>*faa?r?ler^w lata Bro j. l. martin. By urder 11 ^mla- tati8 8ec'y C5- boaED or tbade.-Thara will k. m i. ^ etina nf tb? Ho<rj ot t ale ?t th* hi?trlat of ctiawbia at their"l. j kyumwiii"mblasttat7^1*? ftve.y maaiber laaxpecled to ?a ?rajat fe '3 ? 84bdu boa rat try rf^ri lvlllhio pftophtcita l-vto an o?i?t? id thst ih* ptiitat ul tbcmavr y<rd * bureh, ,Bav. john ijbi Vtraiuia avtiiae ?od 4<kati<tat caa'. sill ar-ich ' l't? !?-l a" time of the itii " |) y f? u.i u how b VKb i?0_Sarvl "aws o . it^k n *' ktb.'a iai?s.eanry. u?v Mr. 8inm(k ?h? JiherT va? frev.0^"' <"l,?e aul lTT"t.,lvuvbe8 or kb*( i>itk)u?i>ioni.r....1 *il*y,.^'r*l 3d rt?h?r, arvlia w?7?k?tai,*mwf ,u aver. bl m>i) ifil knoom 3 o cl.rt u m Pah f. f Tk'a t the o rata a *w *r ^1";''?" u* ?a. i a la a mpcmij 1* 1 v* *u"m jy 8d4iday kvkztumo lmcfviba. * "nourg catoolios' fbiind 80cibtt at wall 8 opxka uuuhm, BriDAT etiiiio, f??b. tf4. at s clock by k1v. j am ib kluou, d. d. of Pbilvdalpbla. bl'bjeot ? ' thb 8p1bit0al and th* t8mpobal? tt>? ca^lyic'ofirca,lf* * rtf.h,i "houlael by ? lltvafa da ajTr all gl on i' t r oth^!! ftdaiinion .. m . l.|, a^ ;^!2; |fr5=*. 'bypathhr botub wi|| dreach\ cbfreb.^'mit0;^ poor of tbat pariah. *?>r tbo ^ temba jy-palb of *a^t^wasfllmoton iTl. ^t odd fkllowd h^ll navt TARn l fabkuabtjm to_maboh1?' v?~SGlrf.'-S'SiSUJ.'?' lo. 5" V: 5a:ri?r,rA ssg$ss.r* "' "rvrar.btf'5 mi gnp?rtil4*i(ient jjy PAWBBHOKBirs botios. " _ ?r"5wmt?s?sa!a?%, am^ij fre"*ly wishing large ab?rryl^?/tr^* w,th ?r<. for TslatlaTbaeu!sa 0,be* tor all conBdaiMoi.ey advanced on Gold and a<i??? v., of??4 on ail kind, curti?ea00 bo*d*' 8,ocfct' 8?rlfe. Oovarnmsat 8s ^ **7 ?r wmk ?* ?orohandlso sab * ? ? Arraagwmente have been made br which perseas depositing property with ovcaj r?^?l* th!a"?nr clf' l.ci" of th. utfon 44 foyb-abp a halp 8tbbbt felt tf rrs?jobbph a. shafpibldt * fbbboh oompkotiobbbt o^i d1cb OBKaM * DIMiMO dALUoil, p*"- a*e- *??? o?d l.itb ste. Weddlnge. Diaaer or Bnppar ParU?a saaaiiad at >ort aetice with auvaltlW la Phhs. hL^ f*kas. oad Ooafactaanerias, J^5TwadS2 (T?k?*' bast aualitr. Tabla OraamVaU liiijf riaSSS^'wsar*! tel1 jotaph h. shappibld cvxv"or w"a js5r.? srt1"'z"Xf, aerotVat^rw'is.'sB^M00' <;oiniB,*JoB0rVEooia, st*?! ?mh d?y wmt w>a*' ?orsi u By order of the Praiteal. (lat) fc l oot Apl jj-mta1li8iib- Ul, ... *epi?mo? a pbbguoob. avaaoa, eoaaaa la* aaaaav. d?-alaraia 0a?**oi. hili., j\J o i i. o . ~ hm miib?lf raivi nciicil tfuja-m aofl1 ?v""' " "*' < ?? a lilrf.^ras"r' nan oabihbt 0b0am8. tttn ... mblodbob8, are reemeof "oauiy laatailaesta.at the feJ ? w- q' *b*xbf.fltj * oo. - ll> Peno. ava. ||otbl uooll. obockbbt, Ml .tr?-~^"&rtrz$g, pibbvail Ii, <* ? _a1 ^.tvltg Lto?j/rjc!!' " hoplhr rap mr.. ?rsv1r^t5 ?- ~ ,h? - ' ""jvs ?%&3bv?sv . t (XlNUVKttsToN aT,. f ? V v ? "W" Nitl KDAvTtbrii.try tl ^ aiATik.-ua mu^.tt VI Mr. J.A.,?. vtv,.u? 0?nc nt-zt eras err apart fur ibe oo tiou o. f#>l|? ir.-ifo h O'.ii uii ? <iii f-tw ma OB in.itiouof Mr. irnn.e , the tt , aqtiorix.nz lb* f* MTuintn of iIjh irUu Ci?o Uu'>uI?m i* li?Etl N-* York, on p i>'inriii of iKHliUfauMiit att.mei-1 .,? iue (>,??. etn*.e,.t, ?a4 up .tad pa.?ed * 0u muiiuu of Mr\ Tranfbuil. me j->mfc reso. Iu oc of b- llwHib. u, proitibii nur ..flier uf tbe Guvei niurut ir.iu payi?* claim. aooHHa/ prlXF '.J1, l8<,!' ,u lavor af P^SOU engaged directly or indirectly ia toe rebeliou was taken up. ' The iud.ciary Oommit'ae rep >rte t a.nea 'ment striklug out the prohibition a< Uu*t t?arcuds nut knu?n iu b oppoaed iu the rebellion a??J i ?avor of Ha .appr^oa. "?a Mr. Trumbu.i opposed toe striking out Mr. Jobn-on art me.-ite- th-? Dni?Ndin?ut ameadnswut was then hr*? 1 to Mr. t og? off'red an am-wdmem that con. ' fracie made with lo>al ciiizciwul tbe .Sjui iera a^edTo DOt * affeC:e<1' wm j Mr Howe moved to amend by providia* ' tbat evert siaimam shall prove I0 tb? .ai,Y. faction or tbe at count,n* officers thnt he was oppof. a to tbe r? and boped for iu am>. pr< salon. Adopted. " ,u"* 1 be ju iit i evolution was then pa?sed 1 Mr.*beimai. moved to take up the Indian appropriation bill; wn.cb was a -reed IO Mr Morrill Introduced a hill to amount ih. , aa concerning tbe Kir- l>eparim-ui o- wVn luy ton K^.r.oto.beCo.nmiu^ontb^.I* trict ol Columbia. Ul* I Housk.? Mr. Stevens (Pa ) moffd tbat the H'.ijpt go Into Committee uf Hit* WltolofurUte 1 purpose of conMder.nr -be bill m iking ay^S! ' priailoii lor sundry civil expense* ot tfte^YT* eriiiBen' for tbe year endm* June M, i-kh lbe Spe iker said thnttbe House la?tnl#ht ordered tbat tbe Indemnity bill about I be- 1 "*'??* im | Mr. Mi-Ten? moved to dispense with fiat or. I ! dei. arrt tt. proceed to the consideration ol titc 1 appropriation hill surged by him. 1 1 be Utter moncn was agreed to. and tha 1 IIUUM. reaolveu it,,-If Into Oom.ma^ of .b! Mr rh.0!" 'h* aPt r?Pr,*?"o bill referred to ? 1 Mr. Tiiajer (Pa.) in cb?i?r. I Mr. Pric* (iov a) moved to nm?n<l br in. ' u ,au *IH?.r'>pnatiou of *>5o.ouu for itif 1 Hock Inland bridge ^ot axr^ed to. I j A Iiumbrr of am^ndifceiiui for iigbt bouses ou tue uortbein |?k^s and upon 5a Pa"nlc hT M^d M *?eadmenM ' lor lijibt-hou^s 011 tbn paollc comi i VrK01^*1'9 "ppropriat.on of ? 15,tail fort be dome of 1 be Oapuuj wai uu,i^r , coDMderat.on, Mr. SrotlHd (Pa , infill ib a 1no limber ttreai ^xpen^ ?hoiild b- m tie ' P d ut> ,dw,t tbat tbe u in. ' itol waa always ?oing u> remain here. Pf,e 1 action of the Cominitu* on .MiUa^at laat t?e, I non, and tbe aciiou of other committees nidi I cated a po9.ible removal, tor wb ihe w", ' 1 ern members louod tbat tbey could not make a lortuiif out of ttieir mileage, tbey would a m I 1 tate ibe jjom.Hon of a removal wftbe Capitol to I I the jtreat WeM. lie would repeat tiat bah u no Idea tbat the Capitol would remain her* I efp. c'lallv eo lot* as it was to he cunuectLa ' Kreat Nor.h and Northwest by but one"in*te ' ' **J and It wat> not lik-ly >Uat x* 1 rtur HV^b"lb"' 10 * ' ""O'^rlin- Tae , nVa n r J tOW" * ntonODo," H !i ? " no fr""P?*c? Of breasiiir V I tt^v'n'iri^er^a.^T 1 opposed to ma<inK I ai y inriijer a^proprlaiious, as h^ wanted I save wee,penoeoi reiabt when theT.me caw lor tbe reo.oval of tbe Capitol. carae 1 Mr. Lliot (Mass.) prMpot.ed an amendmen* I 1 appropriating #>>11,1*10 io be nted by tn^ Ma*, t' I ' 1 b aaeug Humaue Socety for ibe better prot^c- ! tion of Ji\e# of p.tsaenaer* shipwrecked on tlie cua^tof Maaaachus-ua Noi aZreod t.> ? r- l1"'^ <lowa^ renewed bis amendment ,;'?.b ,d?K ?<>? ?he Missk?sippi river at K< ck Ikland, and in tbe course of bis remarir4 I mejt W?U b* Und*r con[ro1 of tbe Go vera I , a**,n ,oak occasion to refer to I 1 the Halumore and Ohio Kailroad U- f!1id tie I did not believe ibe Government could control tbe proposed ?.rldKe. The (lover.iment h2 * couteat witb the Baltimore nnl Ohio Kailroad, and that road bad defied tK Uo\ernmrnr, nnd no remedy could to* foninl I ? to remefly lbeev.1 ol o.e a.Uf,e |,Se of com 1 muiiicatiun with the North. com- I The amendment of Mr. Price wan hi. agreed to. rrice was dts- I j *Pljr?Pri*'?ons made by the bill I ft^SiVn.r Th",: thm <JaP'l<>? erten-'ioq, f-MtMV lor the nor b portico of the Patent I *or do'ne of tbe Caoitol I 'orporcba-eottheno-ary of h1>P? p Jhur^e. t OO.iaM>; lor repair Wa>hiazton Aana. I duct, lorsijodTy exDPnif><; . I ' f ,or care, support and medical treatment I uf tranaient paupers io Waabincton ? ? n ??r I ?k?e ot^^d Villn"<J'; lor pn r. i Peaa l I ? ennfyI vania aveune: *f.(Ka? tor takinr care I ! grounds sontb of be President's House- *-.*> | for clraniag and repairing sewer-traus" on 'V"'a "venn-; ! for care of ta" ! a, 5,4*4) for care of Lafayotb* Souare I i l^l^Wconiiaala* the gradtnc and r2pt?.' ! lag of * Irginia avenue: fifloi for it,? I ' nececyartr expenses to be ibcditmI io conss I quence of cpeninc ?ib street wW? ,k" I SS?.;' tXSSS&SiglftX,-BOB 5- ! 'aJS5SS : #t( for newcrosstngf1 in PennpTlv*nm ? 1 I i oae; for the preservation o^ the ..r?n I I *o"\an' i'1* ?*plortnk expedition* at the Smith" I j eonlan Ine-itot*-, #-J3.,iuo tor all pnrpos?4 at Ooverament Hospital for Insane- # tbe Colombia lnsmnte fort he I wr' f?r 1 f.n.,?;tor theCol?mb,a H? ?,tJ: fand D?mb; J Tbe above items bad not all been r#?/.h? i I I W k ??r report closed; bu' there w? nol I i much diapoelnon to strl|te out aav or the^ta^? I i 1 w O 0 10 K ? fg*2 QHIH ! which we have taken la t xckange ; ons^^^W at IhlZlly1 "W; * ' u*>" ?*V terms, ' at tbe ware-rooms of I j W. 0. MITZKBOTT M C9? fs 23 31* ?*'* m**o?y ?f tslawar's Plaaos. j pABLOB QlOilS. j y?.,11*** * ' w**k received foar new and bean j 1 at m n VJM0AN PABLOB OMAN, r w-?.* ,? )* Salth's Boston make. ] OrsttttJt. J & t 5??'* fo?P'*ta axortmeat of >Aaalr L 0n?-*?w sssond hand. , * r le or rent oa easy terms fans* JOHB F. BbLTi. I ' 30e Pa. ave , aesr lwth st. I ^TIIBWAI'8 PlABOA. 1 pJaMttVnliVwa'^r*1*-^ #w Maortmeat of 11 aiitt.. th? factor*. m oSttU^JKr4' Bq,4w 1,4 CarlfhtJ^fc : Bo^a, PUIJa4al?hia,aa4 Baltialra ' s?Mrferit^af^h!jeV2.1 * lh* 'n^orsement of I 1 rsST m. zX^tssafr'fssf0" ; - " ?Io< aveaae. Sole Ataata. I H"'T PBILIPF1, " I i T*OM PABII, *ADIM' A.WD OBBT^BMBBS HAIBDBC8 Barber #bo? a?raa?a sen ^oorahjre Ue 486 fSS^4AMW*5i;?15: w4?0,B^0KW*.Ta!U.LT.s,48l? . 2^. | EFfaw:fesf?=s: - <M4 falUar i Hall. D 1 A 1I0SI ' r A * o ?| i | 10 Cblck'rlBR k Boa's PIABog. ______ ] i7"> ? raoa's PIAVOS { 9 Oeo. *. tstM ? On 'i Pligni 1 2" ^1?radbary%PlBW,BO, ",,n 1 ? Martfcell A TravaC PlaBO*. 4 Mallet. Paris A Co. PIABOtt. n_ Uf W Veea PIANOB. S.*:".",Syr" " "* "?*" Md?>?.?,. ; -w tmm?ai?- "i i *?n "liiSTUaii'bi nil HDUL J 4 O'fclOCK p. a. " : -r~ ? 1 * COTKRN^ttNT DKl'tlTIES, V iinuNri?rirfu.'7fl 18r. Jap Cooke it Go lurui-h th.-following q?oMDoni of 'lovcrnm^Di fciirm?i: flaying. 8*Uin?. U.8. Coupon, 1HB1........... llUtf U. S. Ftee Tvwmw, I0N. Ill C HI* IT. 8 Five Twenties. IBM |t? 'IHV IT S. rif? Twenties, igas ]i?v joiw T! S. Fie* Twenties,JanAJ'y.'M.iid* fed* IT. a. Ten rom-s " iul 5 Erf* u. r. 8eTe? Thirty, m\ IT. 8. .VTfn TlittiH, WBW TOH Fleer BOARD flLH. Oonpo^- tourt 1A1 * S.*>*s, 1HW 11 > H 7-tb's, August Itrt 5*n's, l?M.. - Wi, June |<is* S.S0*B, MM WK* / ??'*. July i?w2 Jfttl's, Ja.AJy.'W.I?6)< Oold |?^ THE BRIDOB QUE?TIOM. The joint resolution which pa>Md tbe Ham of Represented?fi direc's the Secretary of ths Iniertoi to order a survey, by competent en. gineers, of the ground and river near the ay n?duct brides in the District of Colombia, nod report on the practicability of constructing there a bridg%acros* the Potomac, with the cost thereof, Ac , estimating the co-t for a common bridge, ami for a bridge b,>tb for mil way and common travel; also, to examine aad re. port touching like bridges at or near the Long Bridge. It la well that a matter of such importance, not only to local interests here, hut to all concerned in facilitating travel between the North and South, should be carefully considered

beiorv final acnon is inkea. We believe lhat a thorough survey will lead to the Mime conclusions as those arrived a* by Engineer Hives, whose report we republished a few days since, and trust that it is but the first step in the construction of a peimanent work, wbich will ensure nuinteirupted communication with Virginia. There is one fact which must be borne la mind. Those who argue in favor of a bridge it the Georgetown Aqueduct represeut the disadvantages of a draw or draws, aueh as tho6e In the Lone Bridge, sn account of their delaying travel, and sometimes causing serious ftccideniR. Hut a bridge at the Aqueduct will not obviate these objection*, because :i dr\w will be necessary there. Wot only are there property-owners along tbe Potomac above the Aqueduct who claim unobstructed navigation to their quarries, Ac., bat there are many businessmen in the District cities who won Id i-stablieh coal wharves aloug the Potomac and extensive factories above the Aqueduct if It did not interrupt navigation, there being no draw is tb? present structure. These are iimong the reasons why Georgetown demands the remo\al of the Aqueduct. N<<ur, if the contemplated bridge is built much further up 'be ro'emsc, the increased distance between Georgetown and Alexandria will lead to a much greater loss of time daily than would rxcur at a draw iu the Long Bridge occasionally. INDIANS AT Til* HII1TE HOUSE erkjccii ok tuk pkjwudbsit. Ateleveu o'clock to-day the delegations Of the various Indian tribes, now iu this city on bnpine^s with the Indian Bureau, assembled st the lndtan Office for the purpose ot visiuni; Ibeir great latber, the President. A lew minutes be'ore twelve Secretary Browning and Commissioner Bogy, with the agents and iu leipretera of the various trib?s, and the Indiaru, numbering in all over one hundred, about fifty of whom were in fall Indiat costun.e, t-taried from the Patent Ofl?ce building and proceed up F street t.j Ui? Executive Mansion. At the White Hons* a large crowd, many of whom were Itdiee, had assembled previous to the arrival of the Indiana, anxious to witness the interview. The Indians arrived shoot a quarter past twelve o'clock, when the i.'oorsof the East Room were thr^ wn open a id It was *o?n crowded. The Indians formed in line around the room as follows : The Chippewas delegation, numbering 16, in lull Indian costume, "Hole in the Dty." principal clMef, and J. D. B-esett, ageut. l'ne mou* tribe,of the Upper Mnsouri, 12 in number, consisting of delegations from Two Ket. tie Band, "Two Lance, chief; Lower Brutes, "Iron Nation,chief; Minuecoujon, 'The Stoic," chief; Sans Arcs, "Yellow Hawk," chiei; Black tee t, "Little Black Foot," chief; J it. Hansen agent in charge. San tee Sioux delegation, in citizen's dress, numtpring 15, "War-Be-Sha," chief, and J. M. Stone agent U'arpeton Sisslton tribe, of Mmneseta, (friendly Sioux) numbering *1, "Gabriel kavel." Lhief, and Benjamin Thomson agent. Sacs ind Foxes of Mississippi, and Sacs and Foxes jr Missouri. 5 in number, dressed in Indian soetumes. "Keokuk" and "Moles,'' chiefs, and H. W. Martin agent. Four of the Kaw deleration, in citizen'a dress. F. R. Page agent Maxee and Pottawatamie Bands, % In number "Mianco." chief, and S. R. Palmer agent About half past 12 o'clock the President appeared In the East Room, accompanied by Secretary Browning, and was addressed by Hon. Mr. Bogy, Commissioner of Indian Atlairs, as follows Mr. President;?At the head of the Indian Bureau, I come here this morning to present you a large number of Indians whe are visiting this city for the purpose of making treaties With the ITnlted States They have nil expressed a desire to see rsa. tneir great F*tt?er therefore we have congregated fo' that purpose, that they may express to yon in brief their wants They call you thetr great Father, that Is they look npon yon fer protection and care. Our Government looks npon these people as dependants and wardsof the nation, and since I have held the responsible office under rou an Commissioner of Indian Affairs, I have rndeavored to gtve to them that to which they ire justly entitled. We knew that the great blghwhys ofctvilization are progressing from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast, and education tnd Christianity are now being Introduced among the red men. We have come here to fee yon fts they call yon, "The Rig Chief of the Nation," that they may pay their respects to rou. I thank you sir, in their behalf, for your kindness in allowing them tnis interview. The remarks of Mr. Bogy were interpreted to the Indians by one or their interpreters, and bs was frequently inteirupted by them with agutberal ejaculation of "Ugh," signifying their approval. The Piesldeut then replied as follows: srxxcu ex tub pbksii>bitt. I wfeh to say to those head men and the rep. resentauvesef the different tribes assembled hers, through you Mr. Commissioner, that they will find ou the part of the United Slates and their great father as they call me, every disposition to cultivate peace and amity between the races, although the United States has grown strong and powerful m its march Mwardand yonr tribes have greatly diminished there will be nothing left undone that a great and powerful nation can do for the care and protection of its wards. Yon may rest assured then that with the able and efficient head of the Indian Bureau and the Secretary or the Interior everything that can be done will be done to cherish peace, good feeling and amity which should exist between the various nations and races. The speech having been Interpreted, each one of tl le Indians was then pieeented to and took the President by the hand. There were present in the East Room the Isdies of the Executive Mansion, the tamily of Secretary Browning, Cols. Johnson, Moore, Long, and Ktrss, of the President s staff, and many others. Gardner, the photographer, was on hand and secured an excellent picture of the President, Indians, and Agenu. NAYAL NKWS. The Jfavy Department has received dispatches from Bear Admiral Bell, commanding Ike Asiatic squadron, dated Hong Kong, China, 27th December. Aho, from Rear Adaural Gordon, commanding the South Atlantic iquadron, dated Moatevido, January 1st. The iteameTs Mohican, Sham ok in, Nipetc, and Kansas were at that pert, bnt the latter vessel was to sail on the next day for the coast of Africa. The Department has also received inform*, tion Trem Lient. Commander Homing, of the earner Penobscot, dated St. Thomas, West Indies. February 12th, announcing rpe death ?f AcUng Passed Assistant Surgeon T. K. Chandler, of yellow fsvsr; also, of the death of Surgeon S. W K?11o*g. Fleet Surgeon of the l*o<Hh Atlantic squadron- which occurredsnUtieiiiy on the 7th of January. Dispatches baye also been received t,jm Captain J. R Gold*borough, of the Ua.^d States steamer Shenandoah, dated Singapore, January U IHI7, reporting his arrival at tbfat place Captain G. annout>c*e that be was ttetained at Calcutta fttf- repairs to the engine, aud While there the choleraic dlarrhtea made >> H?PT?ranoeon the vessel among the CreV, and ibtee cases.proved fatal. The snip whs >oon ready and put to sea. when the disewe disappeared. He states that it is believed ttmt ho United State* vessel or war bu visithd Calcutta before tbr twenty.ftvs yeard^ast. I Atf?,r* In O-.r-n.M ? k t^jfiraMssw: ??rr,- ^ polire, toy ordvr of Ma> * R.oaarS* Trl IV ^Mssaii-r -? pro-,.,. ~id .m P??? crAfi. Kwrvsw. f?r? 'iMtt'toii of to* order* hit* ran* .rr.-il fDttlKUifWfoirnionhoi of tae atrow. ? -r^,r,,!3 l?re" hT rT^r h. t',.c aear lb* police ataUca. formerly the TmVLV the National Kiprw. Co, for the,r oufrtlr. and If It aball be ar?**ary to rwi? ,?!? ??' f? > tA* police. It ran be a.*# sent* from Um Vutntfuii atauone kloia AID OKill MA*KaT._Tb* ma-fret for br*ad?t?iffa cloved to-day wrb a hett-r , ing inoii dealers and panha.-ri a??i Yk. pnea list remain*as quoted yestard** r >r ?t and (rrain. Tba traaaacUon. of the w?? J^T not been very tMTT. oirttf to tbe fll<.t ,V tbe sale* have been priaetpat1y to merchal . la ik? local trada. No recaipU of Boar or era,a bfcanal to-day * *'* Tub Coal SutrxUT8 ?Tb? abipmeauor *OAJ hare oaly cumia-aced wiiA Uta lew tm. eela that amy.d donag the paet week, nn t coaaaqnently were light Tbe .n.pmeau frJal K*y ? dock* tmogiiMi tow* ton*. Po?T or Qiotorrows ? Kntarad?sr*am?r Way t lower. Roh.n?on. mauler, with mercaandiac, fro? I'hlUdelphla. Brig Hi a a dab. Ktafe. f Kaeaanah, with Umlyr to tha Commandant of Navy Yard. OI?ar<?dSchooner Qeor?e Wa*biagt#r. f,,r Wnu>ti Br*mb, \ irftaia. A F^mbboidskt or an. kimd? woikid 'J on r??aoaai4e |.r? l. riiiV.l ", BriV HlTarl *ltvi '"w rir"- *? fih >l r * ?? O. between Ma>| ftp afreet*. f? t; i?, C'HBaP fcPllHu ?J ,<>ui ~ ' *?. AT "ILLBBB. 101 Brt4g? Mreet <*eor?rt-ws. D O. Cl 'Cfi, 1/ to )ft, And <* m Ltoi di "??*' ebolo# ?? ** *?rr rM.p "leached Maallraji. 12s. ! ' Iff; yard wide d * " J"* ? .?'?. . bate a H. K * l,V?t W **m??iUe, Mew Valk . "row? siasll a, 10 u,. i? ,, i i'i-> '* j* ??a'a Ala... a (??aral M?ori y** *?.. .' Call end eiaajlue oar atock Tow wlU buy < beep. fa n-lfti' BCMJ4MI N^MJLLKK p I A * ? S . ObKkT H \ft041Ms i k \N|? t?ia*OH. -,'aV-L'51 I800" KIOuNDaAKB li ? 1 "*' I* mil' roum __ J/kicleMoi'i f wiart. Jjjg fcjUJj Ui.aof Qtltx-rta (Mi. mfn On* of Moddart'a, fiae, an 4 <?ae piano *? f ihm Also.Kood (ink IIANO MILODIQNS Call and a** them. Terotn eaa* * fe?? ,M. '?H? r itLIi, ie n-lt JiMi Penn. avena*, natr 10th afreet |\U MOSTOOMRRY J <1H N 8' KOtKKIM] I' aur Di? s,< uool r<ib ?ot? J " co Tfif.1*'?h,N ?rv,wur fc < ? ; ?a?l.a* we.f 'i.ii *?'r1"1 Vo: * n*'1* **'t of B aod W Katli-Okd ad t>.,. of the Acricul t?r?l < ollt-ge MonTOOMIKT Jti|||< K > Pr.^uj1 j L BtRKIUV A B Vice Pr* ' ?r furi|j? r Iii*oi itia?jr>n ari>l v t? iL#? Pr-?a & ciral MONT<iOMKET iOUIIsTp Poil of ^ "re addra*a, U>ait.*?lU, Pria. aOajrg* e .u.t. 01 W C*J0-6t* l b ii r o o u . _ ? rKEpaftiD FOOD F?r Mocklne BtrJ, Hhin, Ht?ht1n??U. kolbmt, B!?ci. Birds. ft*r I?k. Kti U L? Ac' V w rrR 'HFt.t.' . # and*r Bi.klu H -una. y*l> earner l?th a& l y atre?U ^(} fttJWit. 8A VEO hf aii?| o | JK#. ELL'" pure out Illiterate.) " rramton. ha? tork ?*lt>- SOAP Prfmlum rAMILY teOAP, ' Praujtuni FLANNEL fOAP, And Mo 1 BBoWN ?0 * P P . ..If'* ?ir*P for '**b Ord*r* throneh the Poet Oftr? vfli ba |>toaiptlT at'etfi*-.} to aG*P'"' * ?a?fa*tnrer'f H o '.ViVii ?ntf *wa Oat north, het 4th at.d Mb ja II (T fcooTi F di sfae 1 Vn.iiT?'^ ?f " ?ho?o* "o? for aa*" . qualiti mo l, pnr?|.,? H alil?-.? ' d!r1*ct Wtdwn for Ooldea Hill, J. ^ OambrtlliBOt I atapaco i aud Llaganor Petnilr riourala tb* Diatrlot a a tha lattSr brand bal t>*ea extauaivai> ooonterfeita.1 aud aaM ta ttaia \ cuy w* woald Inform thoae wUhi^i ?bi. ? "ar by ih?!fffB',l,?^'i"? *'""? ** fnrnieh it lowar o,V.i?^'-lyt0bUt,ad A0" *ny "*h*r aoaro*. Waalltr aaoaad to no##. Prira a fraction laa* than other iratdaa* Family floar. Buckwheat at low rate* ?srrg/r ? ? 241 UriDII, Oil * nth aad lktb ata. L\ I . .. ^?rkdo,l#by ??oda called far and \ lelirered,at tba aheriaat nottca. All kln?a o % Fraach flatlogdona lo the naatastatyla. fa u <t* A1" j AL1X B 8HBPHBBD * BBOt, *rcc?s?oa* to w. ri?vr?o!i A co.. o. 369 Pean avai.aa, Waahlacton, B.C., nvaLBa* nt ypitf hsb,^tsrfli ^yeovs hardware, rl t Gift and steam fitting. r*w^-f * '* *" 1? l'rMch? **acata1 aerlawlanlri.fT-^ *1-.^* ' *t rrica?,aad Sa'JKE?^ 'f'* ?b. h?Tlt?^k?'e^M raaaooabla rata* We aap^cia r jry^ygffijcgggr. w ?sraai s. K BBAVKlRY^tS* 0A9 CHAM OK LI 1118 Ktbel?r?-? #h?f .Vr'"f FIXTCMBS at mainCtn^r''rHc, aad .J iB?oVriTa^/w.?i|W ** " daacrlriloa Introduced K^s'r'jss a ?:: Kk. tevHEs^"?! i. >:c: 11 * of a foaadatloa .f 5H2L b*F oaavaa aataratad and aoatad vita aa * waiito Jlf * ?nHa yarcha ae^aat. wiia V ????. F1?B*AB0 W>TBB PBOOF. 7/.25i!?A.hara ?nio?tk aurface of atoae. Ala*. .IMP*0VBI> P??8BBVATIFB PAIBT lar- A* ? ?! . eovarlaa tia rooia. iroa railwa alao ar* proprietor* af tha iBPBoyBu WATCB.PKOOr FBLT, CBMKMT r_., ..A^J? BBAVBIi BOjriMO. SSilJl^wSTT' *a tirttt |U '0oB,," lor tk# 1?1 l*u*'n r'*t? AU klad* of leaky roofa repair*d at abort njti * warranted to fire *att*faction a* to durabil,,y _ . G A 8a ttl A IH> . fa i? B*w Jar pay aae. bat D and B ata.. ?18 eott aaar Baltimore Bepet. K*0B>nal?*lAJ>ly<'* carriage rv ZL. #*,** F*rt**Ur brekea. aad with *1-T*\ BlACBUaud fta?rV-d*,,M 'Uht OAB '^V S.u k l>" "ABBKid. naarif Be* Will ba y?aai ASS.' " QABDKB SBKDB, FBDIT TBBB8, Be. iOIl 8 AOL n*y JMn.110^^ **'ea*lva stack of BAB ^FLOWBB BBBPB.eabraafa all tba aaeattie. iST, 1,4 ta# loatiaeat, with aaar WaU* aawd I rem kia rieb aolleaUea of FUrlat p"P1T,r.V."r0f ?" "2*"JiiLof GBAPB TIMB8?Delaware, Concord, Diana, B?S; S?T"' t~*- a'~ B f? n **".0.V^iu p V RL^i'oR, rWfflW lvrlvnrr,c. o. m fssjfatn wtsraiiSSi. ^as^??asstsJiriffsr^: irsawss;wsj.r?s:?L ?ssr ss as plaaaaa taaflat 4a* ef Jaae, ?C: ^ 'tgruy y Pereoaa oapaatBAjka eat>naten are repaired ta fib In the FaiaatJMea their o*weettoa?. *peotaUp act forth fa e-rttfne. at laaat twenty daya before tbr day cf haartn*: all teatf?ionjr tUl hy either party to ba u^at ta* aaid liaartca ma* be takea aad fraaatnittad la areor^anoe yilb tb. r?W- of tha office, which afll be faralefaeO on ap?*laatiaa. papMltloaa and ^^*r aapera reu?e ap--B a* teedm"nv toast be IWad fa the Dike twenty daya SKS?.''sltbcss- ? if*t#?aB 0^,. IAUOB K?>1 . jwiofcji bVJ ?t M*ittr TMtiM ^ rKLJWKAHUlCl NEWS. (f i ra*N %ropb ?k B vi|(H?jrrcu4?jn *pai?. T Wn?W, Frt 2Ju*iooa ? Intelligence fca^bfren ri^T|<h?r?. ftti the brig R*(t(t Deftpore, Capu <i*nnfcff?. from Nrw Yore ?? forvftfc^riit ashore r?c?iUr 011 Gfraa IX L? NrtiT?M' Feb. .13? Noon?New* rtrcirtii fmtn Spain M of aa exciting character, to ju<H the government of that country i* aeekiag to kwp trom the public a knowI*d<e of the loum ol Tbw u no Inner any ?mm ibti ? mriom im?i rnuon im|w?it>?c LO*dow. Fun SI?!*oon ?Cjn?ot?. !M; Erie, 37 \\ Illinois Central, ex <11 video I. 71 \ t'r /i-lOffcFOOL. Feb.CI?N?oe ? The ,?r?>n mtr- j , IM this morning ?-* eo4be?r?at firmer, an'-i prices advanced a trifle. Sale* to day of T.ooi Wnles Middling rplarftf* at 13* Breadstuff* f very d till. t\>rn declined 10 3;? ?d L^oSino!*, Feb. 5TV, Kvenmg?'' aited Stale* Coneol TbofflM M l>nd ley M* commenced a nit ttmoTff tti a??mer Alexandria. Livbbpool. Keb 23? Kvemcr ? rhe cotton market rlvcd quiet wua a day's sale of sum bale*. Middling Ppl*n<1s eee%aw?e?? in price, the closing figures being 15,\, Middling OrIran*. H|<. - j hread-'uffs market closed quiet 'California wtwat, 13e .3d. per ceaial. Ltr 1 declned ? 1., .closing at 5u?. fid. Haroa, 4*a. ner cat, f,?r aide*. TalH>w ta quoted 43a. M. LolBM, h>b ?3 -K renin *?<*?? so U. #i; Kfle, 3?*; Illinois Central. ex dividend. 77; U. S. S-ihi's, I5JH- n Specie ?alai Oat. , Nnr ToK?. >'*b.2i?1 be oalward hound steamers to-day U?ke ibe following amouuts of apecie :?St. Kaiinent.a^'fl.tKW; Hermann, Sft" OW; City of Washington. i.nxi LOCAL NEWS. ARRAIGNMENT OF MRU ATT. He pleada nut <;uiIty ? lacidrata ui>oul the t eurt House. To-day John H. Surratt wa* bronght into the Crimiual Court. Judge Flshex, to plead to the indictment charging him with the murder and compliaitein the murder of the late i?reaident Llncoln.^?*nrratt this rooming had an tat-r. view with Messrs. Merrickaud Bradley, jr., ol his counae], lasting about an hour, at the end j ol wbich time he proceeded to direal himself of bia Zouave uniform aud pat on a sun o> citizens clothes ut be m readiuea* to proceed to the Court llou.-e. A report bavin; gained circulation that he wonifl be arraigned tbia morning, a large crowd was attracted to the court room, aud such waa the solicitude to get good pinions for bearing and seeing that a number of persons scrambled over the rail into tn? criminal dock. amid the laughter of the crowd. At the rear windows of the building a number or per. sons stationed themselves. closely wutchiug I the jail, and at precisely no thev were rewarded by seeing the jail door opening and four persons leave the baildiag. Tbea* persons were Marshal Gooding and hi* deputies Gen. O. F. Gooding and Col. G. W HiuIIum, wi'h the prisoner. The latter walked with an elastic step, his hands oeing manacled, and the Marshal arin in-arm with him. They walked at an ordinary pace along l-h street, and entered Jndiciary square. parsing along i the psument to ihetfont rtoorofthe ea?t wmg J of the City Hall, through which they pasted, and into the prisoner's dock in the court-room, w hich had b*en cleared In a lew momenta San ford Conover. convicted of perjuiy In connection with -he conspiracy trials, was brought in, and took a seat by bis side. District Attorney C*urington announced to the Court that th?j last grand jury had found an indictment arainxt John II. Surratt, charging him with murder; that the prisoner uad been apprehended, and wa? now in court in order that be might plead thereto and select hisconnsel. He wonld state to'he court ibahe would be ready to try the case at an early day. Mr. R T. Merrick stated that the priaoner was ready to plead, but would suggest thai it wae not consistent with the dignity of the court that he should be arraigned in manacle* Judge Fisher promptly ordered tr.at tae manacles be taken off, which wa? done. 'ibe accused was led from the box ta the 1 norm end ol the green table by Marshal tlo?d- 1 ing. and took a seat near bis counsel, the Messrs. Bradley and Mr. Merrick Mr fc. J. Middleton, the Clerk of tbe Court, said to the prisoner- "John H Surratt; aund up,' and he Immediately rose, bnt rather slowly, and >Ir 1 Merrick conversed with bim a moment, after i which the latter sta-^d that be bad instructed the prisoner bow to plead. ( Mr. Middleton proceeded to read the indict- < ment, Ut* prisoner, duriug tbe reading ataud. ing erect and almost motionleaa, bia eyes fixed t on tbe clerk. At tbe close of tbn reading tbe clerk asked, "What any yon, are you gnilty aa indicted, or nor gntttyr* The prisoner.?"Not gnilty"?distinctly, bat with a alight clearing of tbe tbroat. Tbe Clerk.?"How will you be tried!" Tbe priaoner ?"By my eoua?ry." The Clerk.?"May God send you safe deliverwnee ** The prisoner took bin Beat, aad la a few momenta was taken to prisoner's box. Mr. Bradley, er . asked If the Diatrict Attorney conld tlx a day for the trial. To wblcb the , latter replied that he was anxioas to go to trial , at an early day, but could not now name a day. The Court remarked that the next term of he conrt wonld commence on Monday week ( Mr. Bradley said that he would con&r witto , the *ietrict Attorney with a view of fixing a day, to which tbe Court assented. The District Attorney asked that the pri?- 1 oaer be remaaded to jail, and m a few mo- I meata the Marebal aau bia depn ties with the f>rison*r. left the eourt-room for tbe jail, folowed by a crowd to tbe deer, aad eome attempted to follow bim to the Jafl, baton* or *wo policemen from the 7th pi-eciaci ordered i them back. Tbe prwoner was attired tn a salt of black doth wltb a white linen shirt aud collar with dark neckerchief, and wore a black hat of the Reaorie atyle. Be appeared somewhat thin in flesh, baa a note inclined to he Roman, sunken Mae or (ray eyee, brown hair combed ba ;k from bis forehead aad behind his ears, and wears a slight sandy moustache as also a I goatee. | During tbe arraignment Judges Olin and 1 Wylie were on the bench witn Judge Fisher ' Ex-Governor Ford and Colonel Sol iiinkle have not, as been stated, been retained aa counsel for tbe prisoner. ' "? * Thk Prim eps Alxxakdba ?On Tuesday afternoon a cable despatch, costing $3" at least aanoanced that the Pnnoees Alexandra ban an attack ot rheumatism. A later dispatch showed that the telegraphic diagnosis was ia- 1 correct, and at the cost of about the same ( amount we are informed that tbe royal line ot i England has received a further extension. The I phrase "cable rbenmatlca," as a new term in medical science, may soon become popular.? 1 AT. T. Com. Chine** Labobbrb ?There are Chinese laborers now on a Louisiana plantation. The Natchitoches Timet of the 6th, says: "The coolies are good laborers, and sober men. They are Industrious, and perfectly satisfied with their a?w country, and any amount of labor will he performed by them provided tbe contracts passed are carried out to the letter, and particularly that about the payment or monthly wages and rations." The tax oh Ckiaeb ?The House of Representatives, ia oonsidering the amendatory ta- | ternalrevenue bill, haa fixed the tax oa cigars i as follows: "Oa all cigars, cheroots aad ciga i rettes, five dollars per thousand, aad twenty per cent, ad valorem on the market value " 1 This is nn Important change, being a reduc- 1 Won of rate reported ey the committee. SinoTJLAB Case ?A resident of Berlin re. i centlj went to sleep with a cigar in bia mouth. The next morning he was found to be uneoesctous. He slept, and could not be awakened bv tbe moat violent shaklag The expression of hie features was calm, and bis body was rigid and unlmpreeeionaMe to pain. He waa reetors^oa^be^eventb^day^^^^^^^^^ GOODS 1 OBBAF OOOPS!! BOOAR A WTLIR. ? ? v X ? ? ? e RLRACBID OOTTOll.1 tend T-iettt*. kEK.8!", at the LOW 1ST PRIORS. U U 3t* ?sdhed by Rev. FrankSewall. Pickwick Papers; diamond RdlUoB. Heedlani en tba Actios of MedicMe; Wow Rdi?oa_ Mnrray% Istattcaai *iviVJTfWr Fabr*^-w U* Mmarr Da Roe's "?? 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