Newspaper of Evening Star, May 3, 1876, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 3, 1876 Page 1
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cjti i7-N2. 7,21'S. WASHINGTON WEDNESDAY. .MAY 4. l?7fi. TWO CENTS. THE EVENING STAR. MBLlCTFIi DULY, Suadip t\crytfd, AT TI1E a TAB BU1LJHVM. Ftan*)haaiia c?iief lliti lUfdi ? T T'te E?enin? Star R?w9'f?ap9r Company, a. u H itrrv i v_v. Fr??*i TH* KVFWIJIO star i.? wrrrd t-y rrmr t tc Mar itri* at T*-;i Cent* per wefS ?onr C<*nt? r?T month. h.^ist <u lh* cuuh t, Tiro Cents each By await?paitorye pit pout? Sixty OnU * moiitfc. one \e*r ?*. THC W I IKI.T STAS- puUt*/Uxl OH PlHMiJ - 92 m j?r, pontage prrpHi>L %S~ AU aaftamfjO'oau umtriiibl'/ i 1 ath-t'xe. mr Oat** of nth rrtitinrj funti'tt&i oh AMfSEMEXTS. 1 UPEKi HOI ?C CCPTAT IVIMNO, MAT ???. ikiND VOr* L AN!) IN?TBI HJSXTAU COS CERT. WITH 0E< QE3T84, In aid of ll? ? ll"!ll FOB AOED I'OL >KED PK ?PLE." Tktru, .v r e?* (*>? rvni eeata, .V) c?<?extra. It b **d ?t Ellu' an Metserutl'a M -k *?toraa. BayS 41* | ^ k* M) ?XH(JKKT, 1 s bosou or MMJ ZtlDKK JO.IES. B1LLABD HELL, M NPW EVEN ISO. MAT ?TH, 1*7?? M- ?Jr.- wi'l b? a-?Oted l.? Mr*. J P Oanl ??<?! *1 1 ? r? Uit?:i Ml>? 9o?ie p. l?r. J f caiil' > Mi. Jet i> Pu|li Mr. tt A YY'id ??r. I irfc< ? ? '? '?!* a: K?l:?" M naic ^'^ye t^d Th. m) m i< . > 4 - ... #1 tuy2 ?st. IN ATIU*AL THE AT Kit *!.? V 1, ONE W BKK OSLY RIWi: ETTISOC 1c ker woaBarfnl imy?r*nn?iina of IH??E lUHU^ Ecpfi tit d by the 1 otnpaay of Cni >u 9 jn*r; The.? t*r. Mow *1 rk *?W t< IS EL?, iVSTl'IEj, AP?JIST ? IMS h? M SI 11 H XL M \ TIN EE ? ATI' HP * V. Mar *. 1? e t-ieto:at- IVOKU?'AllU ? -? 1- ibe joan Anier;can actreat ?ii-< 'MKT ANMkSoti. ni> 1 tr '|>UE L\V\ Ai?iiA?;fcLS t>F TBI WABBISUTOS < ITY oRTdVN ASYLUM WML f, VI * blips wabhihc at the sew homk. Corner It h an;* 9 streets northwest, ? EDHBfeOAY ar ?! TBTBSMAT. May 31 aad 4th, opening at 7 3D o'clock. Or the first eienire an entertainment by the B?rfban Children nay be expa< ted, and ot, May 4rh ? na*i< al an* L<rt ra, t'K> t< rtainni-nt by th?' JOB Jk? FEB'US ( LI B will be given is connection With the Hon*e Uam<ir< Admii-tju a the 3d U cen;?. cu li>e 4:b of May, M rents Ti< keta to he bad of the Ladt Manafer* "rat the |o< r a vX) it ? <||OLl> TH K >OBT, rOB I AM COMIS.. " 4iDl> I 11 LOU S HALL Tin Street. Il'l i .MGHT"" ONLV. ? PM2ENC1SG WEI) S18PAT.MAI 3. 1. K NEREMA'N SRA1P A8I) rOLOSSAL PASOKAMA OF MII.IOXS I'ARADINE LOHT, C*ii? ? J}4f.z mt ??'/ Gorgt0ws ?jrh i> turn ?<? "If K'or ?/ The irreat moral wno?!<-r of the nineteenth cem ?nry. awTertrn 10 no feet of m ?1eb an?a<a. illnt Ira' ii.k ? i.h i>"uen*e p ?cr tt a. pian-lh subltme. rn>: ??ly Ie? ld?>rin*. ?>nl atirricy, in 4e?crib?Lle and Ig.MUr'y interesting P em u( the k u ortaj Mnton. PABMMSK LOST. fainted frrm the Cmcai b? the flret a* ra'? -f l.cri'pe.n th-? pr:actpt! cri?s > t whi> h ttiairy tlx 9 tmtiic haa be?n n exhit. t:? ?c. ?b? It hii r?ce|>eti thehi_i-4t euco'n 011 from the pre??. rier^v. n< b>!'ty and k-entry. all protiouaciDf ft 1 be Doet 1 eantifn, ?nr|r ..f mmi rr tin ea. Adnj^?i"D, fn ? ent? ' hi!dr?n. 23 cent*. B? x ?h?et at Bra.1 Adair^', wli>re reneryed v?v? , te m ? nr. <1 for any Bight althoa? extra ch vrg-?. f>... r??.p< a at 7. rtota? mo-. ? .it "? p. u. S. B Pilk ari g-*n'ii?e* f.-r the iad:ea. fcATTKMAY MATI^NEB ap2*) 5t_ 'likATIR i OHiqi K. eleventh Straat. bt ? tr i'lH.i'/ ruma JrcAft. Of?.\ TUB iiAR KOVMJ. P. -f rtranre EYTRT N I31IT M?rln?? f, ' l? ?tt-? ?> .1 4 hiMren iTYr-UY WIS t'N S?i>AY ai.J fATlM'AT AfTEBHOOB HIST CLASS 1M ? ?A A Y R ESF kCT. ? *r!.-r7-Dr^ma Bnrle?;re ai?d 1 om^dy. ??<J5 ly || tf li f K T P4TjffjfLU S K R OA H ? ? 1(1 .> in Almi.di i?, i? j p?o"l }^r Ihc Wt*T? 'iie te?t L'liKl. al?Ava be on <rai aht. ?r?la. | IlKNBY SCHEliB. 3n?t. Clo So.) On Kxhil)iticn INbw Nc 4h? J mu?1 Sale { 43B 7TM ?T.\ at ( 7th 8t. NlXMKITKk'N, fit 43V7 :h ji-wi, 1) t?rf h srtttj. no ?iov? a'tf i Qirt h'.iom' Hall. Cie lca Oil Paiitlr ga, Ecatraylaei. 1'tr^tno? Ao. Bi?c, !ar*?^? atock tf Piper BanafT.**, Wiodcv Bhvl' 1. Pletcree. fram^a. Plrtnre Corfla M.d Taa a*??*. Bisga. Hails, ic , It the Vtstrlet. Ca^H, P'f%* remombcr Hitne tot! Nwrbw 17M? I FESTIVALS. A?04'IABLE rem TH B BENEklT Ok THB IB F * NT CLA?S wilt ?>e h-IJ .olUlOAY Ivimj .. May & li, at th? M B Church, 4th a'reet annth?a-: A?inia?:on, is eluding r> fre-'itner.t*. -& rta. ?' It* B A a 1) f A 1 B. ST Ji'SSPH 8 BALL. C:rx?er Ml> and H ^tiaeta rorthwest.) F<<r the B neBt of feT. JOBII'HB i*<BB>l AH > DHI B^H, ? III ' Dtlcne uuUl TBI BSDAF EY?S1S"hen It wtll clo-e a ith a Scx lal le mv2 >t 4 "IMKNSIAL rESTlVAL, for tlie beneflt ot ^ the CBl'BCH OF THB I N?' A BN ATIOM . BASVNX; TIMPLK.Tl EBDAY.W KUNBSDAY and 1 B 1 BSDAV BIGHTS 3d, 3d an J 4th of May. Lunch at 12 m ea. h <lay. Adiuisainn fr-e daring luEihtlme Parlor Eattr'.ai'it.ent Ly JOB.I If FBKSON CUT. T>;e?-i*y Sight: piece BHant Woman.'' Selact Blading* ly Mea-r?. TWIB SALIud BAY Thr.rsday Night The laiiej c.c ?eet?d with the W men ?? ( hiiatian Aa*ociatijn bayekicdly conaent? i to let the de< irati <na and ?1 her I'tra tjie features t!-"d at tka"Autbcrs t ar Biaal remain dariag the F-^tuai aptj 5t BALL?, PARTIES, Ac. J^JABIHl B rLUkAL MAY BALL, YYEDHESDAY EYIS1S0, May AtMABISIB BALL, B atrcet, between 9tk and KKli at*. Tlcke'a. adiBt'.i>ng a e ttle; u? and en? lady. 91. Jxx rs< pen ntTS; crm-a" at 1 ?. p ? vyrickeu to to I.ad at Musi Stares or at tha ? apifl ?4 A Excrnsioxs. ric xics. <tc. 'I* li I PA Bk I > F THE W A^aiMiiTON ??. Ill El/.BS VEBIIN, l-?j'ffl 1 7th -tr*" rad.rao Le rente-: for P c N ca an 4 F'-st ? ala I rin* tfe e<>c.i:ig ae ,?o:i ! y ap al -! t tn II,. Preai.ietit. ? U ol'. Y ice Pi??:4ei I. I,'. Mi; pcr*. or tne Ti-aar.rer.C \at!?r. my t ot i BBAP iTxcrK-tUH TiTtIIEI l.STl BN IAL " BNlllBlllON. <<k T' ? f"s a\ . k Ya hf L'iBLIK rm t8^V?_ chart-rtd rtrtpa to PIIILADBLPUIA . t !? rri oral >aa <k ? a the Toteiuac or Bay . t<he haa go^^d titer* t r in ? r 12 per* 1 - The owner a?aM abpaaa < f ?h*r<? ia Una I- at ?t *~ry low flgurea. Aaply at the MOB1 ? AN BULsB. Ge.-ge:t wn. D. C. apK ao3w IiECTURES. JJIV MtSKY WAHV HEM I1KK W!l L LKCT' US IX THIS CITV Itll'Ai EYI HISO. May latb, at tb* 4 OHOBEGATIOSAL CHCECB. T'.ckatanill be for aai? at Whitaker ? Book>tore, 94 1 Paanayit abia ateutie. I all partionlara in a taw days. arl >( SUMMER RESORTS. *** SI MMKR . itKliIBI CAN III AC ? 1 n. ? ? 'hf 1 r ai I' BOOM" 3> a pen !?>!?? , ,r.|?m tBll*a Irotu w ration "t t ? ? - a dniO ataga an4 >. ? ana r - ?:: j. : . . .,f La rtl. B' **1 v? JV K BefrMt J 43 W I * !? ?i * V 9 > 0 tjonOlana ?? i e t r ,r lyla Plltiir r HTABLBB, fwa^-0 Pirn ? VI _"lyas,*_ ? pME L*?-n:o * an:? foilo kvi .kOAO A ii mp il'l in, rkL, Al UBIH PA BK. Will b? OPIN puK \ lnnoB> n tbe 10TH or Jl > E and tbetr NEW Hi I EL a' Oak E . . A l*adloa t'e l?r Ol JCLY Applicant-. f(rmf lor B<?n.a or trif,,m.ai u adJresa tbe u . geiflat. >d ?t Oak.and. tt?rre?t COQnl /, M J ap?-.,lS JOII si PA1LIT. Manager. THE MOTH Ol BHTIOH -Tha WASH I NO* TOH CLEANSlSa COMI*AB V gnaraatee to thor< :gkly clean and pnrify FCBSITCBB, <JAE riT^.er any kiid of g da Inf-ated with Hotba, (Ua<li-< or soiled with area^ or ink, by a new partem chemical proceaa. w ItBont ripping or abrinE ?M> ?r la any way art ctl ig tha work, color or aa tenal i >fllc?, 1414 Pa are apSf 3m WATCBB8. JBWELBT, ?l LVBB ABO PLA1ED WABI. AT GEBATLT IB VAY0 'UCU THE HEXT SB (jy ... _ W. 8. TAFPAd, ievatar, r atraat, Maavak A^aat foa &a.a Danoraat a BaUgfeto ts SfKClAL N'OTICES. I'fRJ'llNS picrtiars.3 T " TBSCR1HB . " 'l BALriM'.B* ?..1ZKT,,I . I! P ea* ibe r i.a -. 4 at JUNCTION NE W 4 DEt'OT corner 9:h ?rd > ?tre?U n. rth?i-?r l'i Ur-t ?ili h* mST" ,Uent,cu ?'? .1 be Ui-y ? ?)3 <?* 0**lA\tW7?T.\.?VI%1 ?''iy of n .i f. 'I Nl. lU Of Khta), h ;1n I eS'i va UrH7lJ! b* M TH^ ' W??! u ? ^ . ENING, at i $) o clock? at M-i^ouic Hull. ?< tjtb?e?tcorn?-r of 19th it'eor and P-nusjl >?i,*?hlb? Work ? Select and Royal M'w'ers degree. tjnnlPriftWT I V aasera 11 JOHN EDWIN MaSON, Re?ird*r. C^lATViVu'1? R B P U B L1 IN A5SO mT.rk u T l,'w tt-eir anmai meeting TO MoBBoW. (7l,iir?d.y. May 4.I*:6.i at 7 {0 p. ??.. IB R. < m 34. L?0r< it Itiilld'ng ?Boar.l of l ima* rccme. The oiTiesw f. r the ne*t year * ill b<< e i-ruaI A full at tec, en ce i? rnjuegted. Mem*>era o> ? he lMmuia delegation Id Ongres. will aldresj tfce meeticg. " THnitAt L Tlrl>* NP. Pe.-tttarv Kr 1 C. A KEY J L CCXLBB, D T? . of B.-etklyn. wiu add was 7//A TWMM J f TU h V A MtVI I'&KSA K V of this A-*ocia!iou MONDAY . M A Y -tj.AT 7)>P. M t,1?3 tr K~"-3* THIBI WILL BE a HPE.'i a i f iv iFy i' 1ST BlrV?Sw*r$*iw ^ l?ugk of DAY ?F ton JIBIA, WKDNJI ??.' f I,' ,;,,'. ' B ?'?'Cl'Kk P in <? .otideiAtijn of C? rstitctioii By order of r fce M W Gr Mister inj2 2t *11. B BINOLETON. Or Secretary i ?VTy'-'Ji zt PnbliC of pbopki: nf? Tr tiV^KK.8 Htu' KIS1DINTS f the vl wi" < ? held on the f vi. A next, the 4th infant. At 7 w .' ir *t?ngh Hall, betucen ? ? and R ,tre??s u p't? efUbli-hrceiit ot a pnMIc Mar .'?t H, n?eon ?a.d thoroughfare, n-w r^l lly g? wV g 111.0 an important buaiueea cet-ter. Th^ raark> f mi tK "LI al"? invited to preaenf. ?* f ieiie\?d that thin pr ject will be cn?* ?>f th* ^ KixxS In vest tut nt to the projectorn "'jJi MAN V CIT1 / CN'3. f'a* ThI CIIEMTOKS OF .1 J. FINK will ?*~v- niet-t ?t our OtTire on Til UhSPA Y. Mar 4th ?'"??*? km 1U bahbou* a iiamilt*n,4,u' n>> 1 ? I B?lt.Bnn,tn.l n ed, | A?0.n?, -. ^^?6FACIAL KOTtOB. All por?<;n? boldfniH3i?ptim''nt%rv ti. k^t* to M (?o.dfiatn ai ciard DtaJiou of "Tho Duk-h Ut MarHW |r???g !im ln.f0r redem?,ioa 011 lit. 2d atd 3d, 18.?. aad recede one U. 8. hom Olgnr SI a INx'rlii. i1 n* of ehar'?- *' M. GOLD . 1 "1" S uMiljinia Ci.ar Store, till Penn?yl?ania a topee. CBder Metropolitan Hotel. mvl St <ir UIRK~ TORS -notice I* ?Tiv BJ?.n ,'"4t Peenitd annnal m*Htits viio?en ?.T0< KHOLDBB8 of the i aP'TOI O 8TKH?.T ANll BOOTH WASHING ION HAIL WAY < OH PA NT, lor th- parpoi? of e ?rtn c "rr.-n dirt-ctc-ra. will he held at the oKice r t r S nT^Rif; 'v?r^r ?I b "tre^aaouthw^t. ff,v,VkBCAV. Mi? l h.S.letwe. n the hor.riof d i # ?nd 1 o clock p m III said day. tt h* for tb>- tranofer ot *:> , k will r> n,*in . n<?n ?Wii H KI?LB1)AY BYKNING Ba>3l*'S P ? W l rnviia a ? B ROBD. Pre-?id?nt. " J- < O" IB?. S^rretary. nivl It r*2MAI,8Hi? , AT BUBIBESS COL ffT J;?*' C"irt' r ? * ?'reet? nTth?ft?t. D?n,,'er .or, P*?-!">ni. un ?ble to proP?rly p? rfcrn! the duties ot clerical ai.d oth^r p xii j jn< on *C,Z!V 0,fr,irr,r wnmnM9. ? L rt^r .t <l?tir? t., wrft.- better, have aa op p rtit.ty of takioe aeoor?e ,f leoa t. alipted "0 ?i'i. .? ac'?- c,lr,D? ,b? tii 10th i May. Satiirac > Irrrro Mwn.f gnarfcoP 1 tothe at'eutiva T.,i > !? So. -p-cial dut mnt to !'ib? or th.<- or TO Cl R0TK4N T01 LIS IS* aelre* K U O^Mtowu. for which mWl 51.^ " ?'Ppr: r iii-ocnnent?to p?r SK *e?'Sfcim*"&?' 1 h" r*t?! *r"M 'J" " bu> TII'KIT'" BY THIS I INK P1RK- T KROM H AMilN'.TON AT 8iw5 }riAr ! ">HOEO FK?,M 'HILAIKLPHIA 1 t..^eir< n atipa are enjirely a' w *t<l "?plt-nli'lly (?,'iipptu. ' ' u. ft" ? 1 y0KK J" ?* CO., Backer., _ar- y1 i ?,wt,M4rT?nnr?. T a -c *_*_5 T. Mil.BURN'S hOi?A WATER KiTPKAL ?PRiao W A1ER8 oh Lrvwbt. ICE COLD TKA, COt FEE atd CHOCOLATE. 1424 PlXXSILVtSU Avb?.t*. %p!s tr mh W UUrd'i. i'ESRV V. IPE GAENETT, " ATTOKfltY AT LA tr. Bo. 1 Columbia Law Buildlcf, kpiaiw Stbrtrovt, bet O and E. V* HITareR. ra?*. w (??"J Ctnim in f Cn'Urtion A?-a', K,"1, "treet, near Trn?nrj Urpartaient. FcBaion a..vl Buauiy Cl?ui?. a rcj- BERVOrs EXHAUSTION.-A Medical /??.***' cnnpriaiog a aerit-a of lectnrea deliv jred at Rahn a Maxeom of Anatomy, New York >n tbe can-e and cure of Premature Decline, show ? ii diayutabir bow lc?t nealihtuay be regained, .(T r?|ing? clear synopsis of the impedimenta to narriaae, and the treatmect of neryona and phyai ? debjjlty, beln* the reaolt of JO yeara'experience. Price, 25 centa. Addreaathe author,Dr. L J Kahn. iflice and reaidence, i 1 Eaat 10. h at., N Y apl ?m Tig'H. V OOOBE. Jr 4 0O7~ BABBEB8. 14 r atrert. r?*? STRATFORD FEBDALL, ^ 445 Lcniit?tia avenue. :ar? em ATTOHyhT a t a 4 w. J^LEW 18 JOHNSON * CO., BANKERS, ? **** a/ 10?A Sir?l ani Pinnsyltania Artaui, Dealera in OuTernment and District Secnrltlw rotvlen Exchange and Gold. aepu iy q?*BAMUAL O YtTCNG, NOTARY PUBLIC, W Orr:rK?8ta? Bpilp'w. OPTICIAN ? To r%< Pmh'ic.?My newly inranted lyt el??',?bich 1 now mai.ufac ^ tnre ?lth eight wo:kmet. aurpa.-/a*-V^^* *. 1L tha ,Tbole world. They can be ?.?S: ^ amall acr>".?? to exactly fit the onpleaaant feeling. They r^il MnLil ud the newly dlaoov ih? C ' * .'or neatneai and ligWneaa i'ffiiraisssr.s;1 ISAAC ALEXANDER, 1 ?J'? Penoa av ap-4^.tp.tr Inventor. Pat^niee and tur L'EA.IkLtl ft CO., r OPTiClAXS, _ Bo 1 J5i7 Pi\n-T!.v?v A Avitn r r^cy 9en"lae Brazilian Pebble g?ectac:*-i dec7 ly.iatp I]VtKVIiODY bilOULD KNOW ?ir v, r?v ?t.l ?re* ?,w,:i w" ?f pr?' cook-a ? -V ? * will ?tf p "b id leellnK'' at:?ir fceala. Bo injury or debility mnlta from it. Uaed ? zternallr at^p? headache, neuia fcia, %ltali/e# the tired rrali. and body. A? a deutifri;e it r.?ria?e tb>- lr?-.th and pr?*?ervea the tet>th in thtir p-arlv ?blteceai make, the face 'an aa a and r?n der* the txdy modomua U/ reautauoL la ataaed ftr tfce truti of the a bore. T A. COOK, I'laccyer rand Mannfactnrer, Minn nart bfctt lee only' " .ViTlni 551' li 1 N a !j T Y L K S ggL NOW READY. i BROADWAY and FIFTH AVENL'B STTIW GEBTLBaiftBI} DRESS HAT8. ?? and ?b - . SuB ""-1 u*Ts "'*??? English and American SILE UMBRELLAS Ladlea BIN UMBRELLAS. UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS recorared HEB * 6BEEN, ?art ly Above WiHard a Hotel. 'J'ilE DJtbT SODA WATER 18 DBAWK FROM Hl.Ot k-TI.1 LI > tU > it: EI. For. \ TAISS. Dea era ??! 4o wtU to s- care a anpply tor the teft ?< ii rroB HAM'L C. PALMER, DEPOT, it GREENE STBBET. GB0BQB TOWN. D U. ? B ?NEW FOUNTAINS now bMn. received COl^l f ER APPARATUS for ??Ie, reuKoMoiL ^VALL I',U?tR & WINDOW SHADES. Ihaiinaatand Urg?-t STOCK, inclnling all tha n veitiea in decorations, and at ancea lower th^n any atora in 'be city, will be fonn.J at TUBMAN'S, <13 ?tb street B^-The beat woiiaen employed and aatlsfactloa guaranteed. aalllm* ^BCOND HAND CLOTHING, FURNITUEB ^ Oarpeta. Bedding, Oilcloths, and g od. of avary faacrlrtfoB boagtat and tha highegt ca*h prlcea aaid Order* by Bail promptly attended to. H COLHAN t CO., cttli If wnMt MU (treat and tton a art. 1 EVENING STAR, Washington News and Gossip. Government Kecsipts To-dat -Inter nal rev> nue, ?6G6 !>or> :t9; customs, f413,613.91. Tnr gra' d Jury yesterday found a pre*33nt mi nt against ex-Secretary B?lk:ap. Tnr Southern claims hill reported by the Committee on War Claims ycsier lay appro pribt-s *450.000 and inelndes TjO cases. The Hou*e Appropriations Committee hits decided to press the P >st Office appro p-iatlon bill in the House to the exclusion ol Hi* other measure*. Movements ok Naval Vessels?The Powhatan, Ossipee. and the iron clads Le bigh and Manhattan arrived at Port Iloyal, S. C-, yesterday. Mr. E. W. Barher. Third Assistant PoU mastti Genera!. is In Philadelphia making tir.al arrargements for iho Centennial stamped envelopes. Fx Gov 11 Eifrv A. Wi?e, of Virginia, i this morning made an argument before the ! House Committee on Flections in favor of .1. H. Piatt's claim to the seat in the House now held by Mr. Goode, of Virginia. 8. M. FortKK, supervisor of Internal rev- j enue, recently on duty in New England, has, j by order oi Secretary Brlstow. been assigned t ? the ?upen islon of New York state, wltl [ lu H?i<[iiai Urs In New York city. "By a Bio Majority.-'?Senator Morton ! to t^ay received the following dispatch from Fort Wayne, Indiana, signed "Soldiers' Re publican Club":?"We elected all our men tij-a big majority. Hurrah!" Ousted. ? The House this afternoon adopted the report of the majority of the Committee of Elections, and ousted from his seat C. B. Farwell, of the Chicago, III., dis trict. and gave It to W. J. Lemoine, the con testant. Ksd of the Extradition Treaty with Great Britain.?The Cabinet yes terday decided that notice should at onee be ^.ven to Great Britain of the abrogation of the tenth article of the Ashburton treaty. Secretary Fish has so notified Earl Derby. Sir Edward Thornton, who Is the head of the British centennial commission, has issued Invitations to the commissioners of other nations to a dinner at St. George's Hall. Philadelphia, next week A number oi prominent members of Congress have also b eu Invited. W. H. Grant, indicted with L. K L'ppin cott and F. X. iirosseau, for conspiring to ?!? fraud the government, was brought here from St. Paul, Minn., by the U.S. marshal yesterday ai_d taken to the court-house, when he gave ball in ?do,o.)0, Messrs. Win. Harmon and John B. Sanborn becoming bordsmen for Ins appearance at the next h i m of the court on the id Monday lu June. Conscience Contributions.?The Sec r? tary of the Treasury receive1 to day, from New York, ?r0. enclosed in an envelope, ?llhout any communication. Tue amount hi s been placed to the oiellt of thn con fierce fund. ?Tiie s cretary of the Treasury xecelv- t from Boston to-day a communication from "Ina Ivertence," eu doMcg *3 V?, to be 1 to the crelit of the conscience fund. SriT on* A I". R. Cot.i.v.ci OH'i B.?nd.-To day. ti e District Attorney en'ered t> *uit for llie Ccited States again t Albert Q. Mackey, II. French, and Ta: iaferro P. Shaff.ier for s .i (? i, the amour, t of the bond of Macley as collector of the District of Charleston, s. C., ia(e>l Jure 5th. I- Also against Mack*;, with Theodore D. Wagner a-id Georgj W. Ciark, on the bond or Mackey, da'.ei April, ittt; a6 Co?lector of Charleston, Naval Ccstra* ts.?Matthews. naval coniraclor, having testified that he paid *?111,COO to the Cattels for their Influence with the Navy depari ment, and that h? hid dor.e so at the suggestion of Paymaster Gen eral Bradford, now the naval fiscal agent at London, the Naval Committee nas addr-ssed a let'erto Secretary Kobeson requesting u'm to recall Bradford, so that the commit may take i.U evlJer.ce At TRtCAiiiSEr MF.i rivo yesterday the fiuestion of delivering original papers a id documents from the executive departments to Congressional committee or others was discussed, and It is understood that after a full interchange of opinions on the matter the President decided not to deviate from a rule which has long exesteJ, under which the executive does not part even temporarily with the custody of original papers in any of the departments. Confirmations.?The sanate yesterday confirmed the following nominations: EUsha P. Ferry to be governor of Washington ter ritory; Thomas Walton, United States dis trict attorney for the northern district of Mississippi; Alexander M. Hardy, collector of customs. Natchez, Miss.; Capt. Joseph P. Farley to be major, and 1st Lleutenaut Ed ward M. Wright to be captain In the Ord nance uepartment; Edwin P. Eokerson to i^s a second lieutenant In the 7th cavalry. The Hallet Kiliiocrn Case.?Tue House Judiciary Committee has agreei to report a resolution authorizing the Sergeant at-Arms to employ competent counsel to ap peal the case of liallet Kllbourn to the Dis tiict Supreme Court, and If the decision of that court susta.ns Judge Cartter, then to further appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court, and have the question of authority settled by the highest tribunal. Messrs. Kuott, I.ynde and Lawrence were appointed a c jth mlttee to consider what should further be do.ie to protect the House against the action of interior courts. Toe subject was not tree from doubt, and It was thought a i vlsable to I La . e the question :a:rly discussed before re 1 porting auy resolution thereon. Col. Steinkerger.?Secretary Fish yes i t. rday transmitted to the House of Kepre I sentatlves a response to the resolution of | that body inquiring as to the extent of the powi rs conferred on Col. Steinberger as spe cial agent to Samoa, from which tt appears j ti.at the object of his mission was simply to report upon the character and condition of the Islands and their inhabitants, and to present to the ruler of Sain ?a a letter Irom the President and certain presents. H;s mission at no time bad any diplomatic or political slgnlticance, nor was he ever au thorized to form a government for Samoa, or to pledge the Unit*! States to the main tenance of any particular government on u^e lslaads. Senator Morton's'M'ersonal Expla nation' In regard to his use ol ?250,004, bor rowed rrom the government during the clvl 1 war, to aim and equip the union troops of Indiana was listeued to with interest to day. The Senator, who seemed to be suffer ing from a severe cold, read his speech from manuscript. He gave a vivid picture of the condition of Indiana In war times, and the danger from the machinations of the Knights of the Golden Circle and Sons of Liberty, senators Anthony and Cameron followed with a few earnest remarks, testifying their adml atlon for the "war governor," for hi vigorous acts while chief executive of Indi ana, and expressing their belief that nedil more, perhaps, than any other governor to put down the rebellion. a new corwTEREEiT ?5 note made Its appearance in New York last Saturday. It t6 on the First National Bank of Northamp ton, Mam , and Is so well executed as to de ceive nine persons out of ten. even tkose ac. customed to handling considerable money> The rule work which shades the lettering Is not so distinct as on the genuine bills, the lines having a jumbled appearance. The signatures of the offioert of the bank are printed on the note, not written, the Ink used being very black, and the numbering is clumsily done, some of the figures being Impe rfect. Tots note was evidently printe l on the same plate as the " Merchants', or New Bedford, Mass.," the distinguishing featur? of that note, however-the tumor like piotuberance on the hips of Colombo*? having been partially concealed by Ink. Tue secret service officers of the Treasury de partment believe tnese note* to have be*n put on the market by the notorious Peter McCartney. The \ew York Flection 1'rnaiN. MR. JOHN I. DAVENPORT KR EXAMINED. The Committee cn Expenditures In the Department of Just'ce resumed the examin ation of Mr. Davenport tbis morning, ana in response to a question he replied as be did the other day, that from April to O^to^er, 1?72, be borrow**! S.WW to c*rry on hit work. Wl:n?ss was then a?!:ed hy Mr. Caulfield, tLe chairman, whether b<- bad pr-pared a statement showing the time* and amounts of pa v meets. Witters replied that he had done so as fully p.s lie couM. i? Can you not producc anr set of vouch ers showli.g definitely the exp<in<lit-ire or the >2 ? 000 rf ceiveii hy you from Col. Whitley iu the summer or fall of 1ST v.' Witness said be con Id not answer that question oiber than iu the mauuer be hal last week. tj. Can yon furnish anv partVular nnmhor of vouchers wlueu show t!;e pirtl^ular sum of money received by you iu the summer or fall of \*~ 't A. I cannot do that, but I ran furnish vouchers covering all the sums of money I cxj>rt:ded out of The j-"U wio. Mr. Caulfield, who hed pn'. the question, o?j>ctfd totbat manner ot answering, ami ? anted the witness to answer "yes" or "no." He wanted the time at wh1<*ii the money whs expended and th" amounts expended to b^ specified. He would ask anotb? r question ^hich was, whether the witness could speci. f.v the different sums expeuded out of the Uift'erent amounts received? Witness said ha could answer thatques tion in tbe negative. (?i How, iben, can you acoouat for the ex peudltures? A I can furnish vouchers for nil th? ex j.< nditures running through the whole time. Witness then at lergHi explained a mass of vouchers which be submitted to the com mittee. The Kniiiin 'IIne Investlcntioii. James E. Ljon wan before tbe Foreign Af fairs Committee again to-day. Ilesad be saw the or'glnal letter of resignation of Gen Kchenck as a director of the Emma mine, a' least it so purported to be. There was no reference In It to tbe mine or Uie sbates; It only said be resigned because be did not want to give bis political enemies au oppor tunity to criticise bis conduct, i'arke said to witness: "I don't like this letter and 1 am eolug to have a better one from Schenck." The impression of the witness was that Parke wrote the letter of resignation, and that Nchenck copied It from Parke's manuscript. He saw the second letter two days afterward. He said he had fold Parke and' Schenck re p*atedly that this thing would end In a na tional calamity. He read twe artlc'es from the mining journal, "bulling th? Ewna mine." Parke said be had paid 1500 to have each printed. Hiram K. Johnson, Mr. Lyon's attorney, then took the staud and ma le a statement corroborating tbe main facts stated by Lyon. Tli* IMMrlet Inventlxntloii. RFfORTOF MR. CLCSS ON LIECT. HOXIE'S MCASUR KM K NTH. Mr' Adolph Cluss, the expert employe i by tbe House District of Columbia Committee, this morning submitted to the comrni! tee a report concerning the measurement of street work by Lieut. Hoxie and his assistants. It Is understood that some innccuraces of com putation have been reported hy Mr. (Mass. To- tr.orrow the committee propose to? \ v,n ine Mr.< >ertley, theassisfant of Lieut. Hoxie, who made Ilia measurements or comp-ita tlors. with reference to the reported dis crepancies. The commute*' expect to cou eicde tbe investigation, so far as the tuk:ng of testimony is concerned, tins week. The frnfe Hnrjflnry AtraWi LETTER FROM MILES, TUB CONVICT Oeor^e L .MllCfi, tue burglar e nployt-d. as aUt^es. by Harrington and General O E. Babcock to do the safe burglaiy, a il who is now In prison i i Vermont. In a letter to a person In this city, says: "1 flr>-' mat H ir rirgfon at his offi~e some three days pre vious to the burglary. The man tiiat I met it the Metropolitan Hotel on the evening of ' he burglary was Babcock. Tb?- contract u in ttie closet, or rather the small room lead Ing outof the main hall to the rigut and ba-k of Harrington's rear office, was Jolin u. Evans. I stopped at Wlllard's Hold a por tion of the time?was also at Harrington's house?left for New York on the morning of the burglary on the limited express. A. 11 Williams did not accompany me t-j t.-ie depot. Harmon had several interviews I wltb Ponton while he was in jail, and he promised Bentou $3,0e0 if be would stici to the original proeramrae, namely to say that Mr. Columbus Alexau ler employe 1 him to commit the burglary, I>j tUe terms of my agreement with Harrington I was not to be arrested. Benton only was to be arrested. Clarvoe, chief of detectives at Washington, ?Od A. B Williams were parties to tbis agree ment. It was understood 1 should get out out of tbe building, after the papers wei-e ob tained and tbe "Job" completed, by tbe rear. When I undertook to leave tbe building lu tbis way 1 found a guard there Harrington has since told me that tills could not be helped, as Major Richards gave the order to cover the whole premises. I then weut out of the front door in company with Bmkoo, and as it was then getting quite dark we crossed to the other side of the street,so as to be in the light as much as possible 111 or ier that Benton might be readily reco^ui/.sd We walked to the corner. Beuton turned to the light and went up the street, ( ">th,t keep ing his bag well lu sight. I kept straight abead down tue street, turning to tbe right at tbe first corner, and walked away from those following me." In speaking of tbe job itself he says: ?The matter is very simple. Babcock was the originator of the thing he conceived It; it was got ten up to break the force of the investigation; the false measure ment, Ac., would tell the story and some thing had to he done. The detail of th" job was left to Harrington, anil after the sche.ne so miserably tailed lie was the master spirit in tbe chicanery that was practiced to co^er the thlbgand turn the odimn upon Mr. C > lumbus Alexander " This letter will sent > the erard jury and to the House Coinmlt'ee on the Judiciary, who are now Investigating the tubjecL The artists' Cm i: have issued invita tions for a reception at their club ro<?:n, in Vernon row, for to-morrow evenlug. Most of the numbers will have something new on view, and in ajdition to the attractions in tue way of art, choice music will be remlere I during the evening. As this is understood to be the last reception for this <ea<on. as many ef the members will soon be leaving on sketcbirg tours, It is safe to count o i a full attendance from those form iatd eno ug 1 to receive cards of invitation. Centennial At a meeting at the expo sition grounds, Philadelphia, yesterday, tne centennial commission appointed a commit tee to 6erve as police commissioners, a I committee of conference with the board of finance was also appoiuted. This commit tee had a conference with Pennsylvania railroad authorities, and reported that th?re is every prospect of a reduction in the pres ent rates of fare to and from the centennial, and that there will probably be a convention of ticket agents called to meet In Palladel phiaontbe subject. The centennial board of finance have issued a circular giving the programme of the opening ceremonies at tue centennial exhibition ou tbe Nth lost The price of admission has been fixed at fifty cents. The Methodi9t Episcopal Qkmeral Conference, in sessiou In Baltimore, ye? terday, ordered the creation of a judiciary committee of twelve instead of a committee on appeals. The regular stauding commit ters were appointed. Resolutions command ing the close of the Centennial Exposition at Philadelphia on Sundav.and tbe prohi bition of tbe sale of liquor on the grounds, wfrre discussed and referred to a cominittre of time. A change was made in constituting tbe conference boundary committer tooue from each annual conference. ?^"Many a lady in Washington has com? to want?diamond earrings.?iSou Franrueo J c*t. fcTTl.e mayor of Baltimore yesterday sign ed the resolution providing for the prosecu tion of city claims against the lT. 8. govern ment. Bar.Samuel M. Rheetz, convicted of forcible incest In Allegany county, Md., has been sentenced to fifteen years' confiuement in tbe penitentiary. ?T'The body of Charles D. AfM -k, cashier of tbe Bremen savings bank, wbo disappear ed at St. Louis Saturday last, was fonnl in the river there yesterday. A large rock was fOQLd buttoned Inside his coat. The Intone A?;lniii In* rMlgatlun THE TlSTiMONT TO DAT. Tfcf Committee on the Eiper:d. tares of tti'1 Interior department resumed their Invest! tat on of the affairs ol the C. 8. Insane a?y. lum thin morning. Mwn.wit Arnold testified that ttie repnta Hon of i'arllig (one of the witnesses against the management of the asylum for truth wax had. By Mr. Mutchler.?Have never h?ar l any ovf ssy ttat they would not believe him, f>r,d never heard his ohara<-t?*r for truth dis cm ted. Darling deserted his family. H 'alter I Potior a clerk In the Surgeon cien fral's office, testified that Darling lefi hi* family in Kngland.and when h.> came here j b#enlisted m the army under the BMM of . AtHnn. He lea his family In a destitute covdition. Darling was an enlis'ed mi l t'olrg duty In the Surgeon (ieneral's offi *e. i The reputation of Darling among his fellow | clerks in the Surgon General'* office for j honesty, morality or veracity. was b<*d. j Have heard people say they would not be I lleve him. Thoina* /?. ftnrsh testified that he resided at "ii A str? ?t southeast, and was a < 1 rk la the Post Office t!ei artment. Sat np with the remains ot the patient Murray, who die;! at 'he asylum. Noticed the marks and bruises ? >n his head, but did not w any vermin. Mrs. Murray complained to him about her i'mbard's treatment at the asvrjm, ho' ifcrt | him w lt!i the Impression thai he w juld iast : as soon r? ma n there as not. ? Ivhn Haftr.iian test it! d that he was uow ) employed :tt the Insane Asylum, and had i-et-n there since July la*t. Kt-ew Charles K Carter, who was an attendant at, the asylum : He denied the statement of Carter Mia* he (11 k eked tL- patient Frank McAdam Me said he had trouble with no patient ex -?pt one named .John Miller, whom he tin t uj strike to dr fend himself. N"\rer klckeiany pa'lent Never saw any attendant strike "a patient there. Have seen tainted meat come there which was used. Sometimes the had pait was cat out of it and sent back i 1" M?rrtU was recalled and a,'atn testified in regard to the death of the patient McAdam. Presented the history of the case from the IkioKn of the asylum He was a private In Co. A. A1 cavalry,and was admit ted May t?th, is;j. He was inclined to be de structive of clothing?not vloleut. On July lUh he was reported to he visionary, ami fancied he wanted to go to Baltimore to get married, and imaglued that the lidv had called upon him the previous night. Noticed tbe bevl sore that was testified to hj Carter, and pu'a le;(*l plaster upon It. i? -vas not caused by violence or a kick. Too excite ment l*gan August 17th. and he died August 3'ith. part of whieu time a straight Jacket or ?ehenilsole" was placed on him and he was tied to his bed. Was satisfied that his treat ment was the best that could he under the. circumstances. Saw the patient frequently? Thec*lor?'P. Wilson never called his atten tion to any cases of cruelty and negligence, never replied to him, "jou are too sensi tive." Never refused to give a dying patient, who had lost his teeth, a little rice to eat. The man was able to masticate all the food lie got, and he did not starve to death. Beef Da and milk punch were furnished him Do not remember how many teeth the patient had, but did not give him any food that need to be chewed up. Frank McAdam di.-i from e xhaustion from acute mania. He was not allowed to stand upon his feet for a week. I'art of the time, when he was quiet, the re ?-trainf wou!d i?e removed. Dur.ng the last few days restraint was not require 1. Mr?. Afo,i/ Ri'iii testified that she an! h'r nushand are now employed as attendants a' he Icsane asylum. Both of them have been there for eleven years. Are attendants in Hie infirmary ward. Witness heard Wilson say one day that If he got monev lo t.ike in sane patients to Baltimore aud tli<ie pit them-on vessels and send them to Ireland as her husband frequently did, he would turn the patients loose In Baltimore and go o.i a spree with the money, Instead of putting the i at if nts on the steamers an l i>uvli,K tick-is 'or them She replied to Wilson tua Dr. Nichols li. ouently sent b rhusband onsuch .rrRi.d", and ;-a i full co .ti.innce in hi:u, and w.flT. he would rot think ol doing suf*u a ?hir g. V. ilson'd appetite for liquor was very strong Dr Johnson Ft! 6: testified tuft! he knew ol "liver Ambrose; signed a certificate ol ills . insanity ten ^< ars ago; was his physician j heu; thli k he was twenty years of age at j t! at time; haven't seeu him since; he w a ? laboring under a hallucination of the mm i. <itornt s.'.tulmore fe*' ified that he is now a*j 1 ?iPs r?tfu employed at the Insane asylum as t steam ei girc?r jor l'? year* have had charge of the engineering tliere Tor H or 15 i years. In relation lo the pa'.ient wh ?is de ai.etl u? carry coal to the boiler, under hlai. 1 he said that the man was not r^i lired to | work more than four hours of the day. He carries the coal because hewanis t-j, if he - --ausee h?' is rot lorced. The tua-i :s washed every day. His orders wt re to coix patients ' to work, hut never forced Hieni If they did i not want to. Have worked in every ba h- 1 room ward and closet in the asylum. Hive never seen a single patient maltreated dur ing the whole time he has been there. It side at the asylum. Hfjixrt Atou'i/Ouirry testified that he had Teen employed at the insane asylum for seven years; bad charge of tne patients who worked on the river wall; never kuew a pa 1 tient to be required to work in the water Ihe patients never worked up t -? their knees in water the natients at work on the wall spent most or the time lying anier tbe trees, smoking pipes. Ac. Sometimes ?ome of Item would exercise them*eive?* by car ryii g up the masons'tools, chisels. As., to the blacksmith shop, and having them poiuted. The patient* helped to unload s'on* from the boats. Do not reoollect that or.c of the patients died while he was working o 1 the wall, or that he was taken sick there. Had h?tn an attendant for eignte-n months previous to taking charge of the work on the wall. Had frequsntly been assaulted by the patleuts. hut never saw any of them maltreated Card from Urpoiy firm Comptroller June* 1'ilitor Star:?in The >tar of Saturday evening iasi an article appeared headed "A Treasury <irficer s Kecord." and purportiu. to be a special dispatch to a Philadelphia paper. The article coutains certain cliarges against my (.fticial and personal character. These I propose toanswi-r 1 never wr ite a line "recommending any person tor appointment to any oiTi,ie,' civil or military, "under th<* ri-bei gov?-r i a;erit " A very estimable gentleman, a c| ik lu this office having a young and growing lamily, resiguesi his clerkship for the pur pose as then declared, and as I understood, of getting into emplo\ merit In some ba-?k. or Loicg into business, i ?ave him, as he well deserved. a::d as all who knew him w.:i c ie?rfu!ly admit tills, a strong tes:? m vital of his capacity and fidelity. 1 h id no Idea a: that time that be ever thoughi of going south. His father and family were then, snd had been tor some yeais. residents in tins city, and he, himself, was a householder here. 1 tlmply did for him what I hav^do ,e a score or times for other good clerks who nave resigned their official positions :n t'ie hope of doing better for themselves outside the Treasury. 8'cohtl. I never '-presided a' any meet ing or demonstration given at the White Sulphur Springs in Virginia"' or attended any meeting there or elsewnere "in honor of tbe presence of Robert k. Lee." I never spoke to Gen. Lee in my life-never ev?u saw him but once, and that was on a Sunday morning in the Charch of the Ascension, in this cltv. Ths next charge is tbe most serious of all, because It involves personal criminality' it is in so many words that I am guilty of "atutractiiiy papers from the file* of the Treaauiy. and placing them in th* hands ol the democratic investigating commit e?s " This is utterly and basely untrue. During the eighteen years of my service as ttw chief clerk of this office and deputy controller it has always been the practice to furnish Con gresslonal committees, upon the written re quest of their chairman, with such papers as they may deem necessary to call for in the course of their official duties. Three tiroes during Lhls session of Congress have such calls been made and answered, twice under my direction and ouce by direction of the controller. Subsequently instructions have been given by the bead of tbe depart ment to furnish copies and not originals? this regulation has been adhered to oy me. and a written statement to that effect made in response to another call of a committee. The charge last made of my "having fur nished information to the sensational press hostile to the republican party." Is general in Its nature; to it I oppose a general and positive denial. My first intention upon reeding the ar. tide in your paper above referred to was to await the "examination'' spoken of lu it but deferring to the wishes of many friends who respect me. and whose good opi nions I certain!* respect, I have prepared this com munication. wi. Hkmphill JOITBa, Deputy First Comptroller. BVHIY-tOVHTH COXGHfCS*. U ri xr?-i>AT. M*y .1. ISV4TB -Thr Cuir Itld brf i ? S'n ?'? a ?? n.niutilca: on fri.:u the **ecretary ?; ^ air r* con nr.t-mJii k. lliat a sjhvmic t|>|)ru prlatlon i e n a?ie in Um legislative,exera li\f K->1 judicial appraprlti'oo bill for th ienl ? f tl *? bull m- g ? ?? 'iifiif.l hv U?* ^ iart. r n.avt-r Get rral's ?'tlee. on the <- irr.fr of PrDi>?}ivMiltavpructDil U h str^t. I.tid on II.f ruble mi it ordered to t?e printed. M r Morrill, of Main**, called up II ?u?e * ' lulhoritlnic the i.-tniftr of certalu a;>prn pr'.iiloi k l'?Mrd. Mr M'Millan presented of el! 7?m * of K?* k?i? against tIio manulactire and ? ale ??f ravilnfm by II"* government. Re ferred t<i('f)mini;iM<(A l'?*' Mr. Wailare pmrntril a memorial from clllzeis of Pent rtivHma remonstrating against the abolition of *#??? free delivery ')?!*?. lietcrrrd to the Conru'.tlet' oj t'ort t>fTW??. .Mr. I?or?ey present?-d a memorial of rid *ens of Hid Spring*, Arkansas, set'lng forth Uiat the bona fide settlers on sai l re NnMIn are MV paying trronni rent" to the amount of ?70,??n? to 000 to pfrw.t whn.it !? nowascertained. bare i.o l??^ai title to the land, at.d tbev therefore ask or such legislation as will secure to them to* tlt'.e of the lands which tbey have settled upon ar.d improve | in g?>nd falUi. Referre.l to Committee oo Public Lain)*. Mr. White submitted memorial of Pea l?vly Institute Ol Ualt'morc mh!:i^ tr>e adoption of the met:;c system of weight* aid mra^n.i s. Mr. Wright. from Com mlt'.ee on r aim* reported the House it'll to pay the ,nart-*r mssier ami commissary < laitns an reported to th?? 4r.d Congress. and wnlch tall. 1 of ac tion for want of time. He sai I I;* w? il I r?u it up at th< earliest possible day, la j ;i?t ice to the clatmmts, who had m) long beeu ken* out of the money. K X I'L A NATION l;V MR *ortON. Mr. Morton rose to a ; er*onal ? \;>latrit!.?:<. and fend to the secretary* desk to be re? 1 * Washington dispatch to the New York Worklot last Saturday relative to tue draw ing of *-*,000 by Gov. M or too from the ap I roprlatlon of Oio (*hi made by tue a.-t of July 31, lf?>l, for the arurrg of loyal citieens of the revolted state?. Mr. Morton >-ai l the President of the United States advancM to him tJ.'jO.Mio for 'he purpose of arming and eijulpplnif the troops ol Indiana, ot this smount ??! ?3.;UU.!?I bad been expended, and tll6.?.tt6<ni wan repaid to the Treasury in ?r??of whereof he had the vouchers read by Ir. Ingalls. The *1. ...w 91 was afterwards repaid to the United State* on airiant of the advances made by Indiana for tr< >p* for the United States service. 1 he voucners on this account were also real, at his request, by Mr. Ingalls. Mr M. men went ou tosay that at the election In is* the democrat* ha I tarried Indiana by ii>,o.?i majority, and o*? iati ed control of e\ery branch ol the si ?le government bnt the executive. When th' legislature mei, all Its expressions were o hostility to the government and Uie union, ?nd a<l verse to any help to it. They refusal to receive his messa^,., anj p?ss>^] M re^olu t>on a^piovlnc of tne n'essageof Ooverasi >ie> mour.ol New Vork. i>n Kehruary 17 a t?l!' whs luiroduced taking from the governor the control of the state mill'ary vestal m him by the constitution, and conlerring n ?"pou the lotir iienioci-atjr state others. Tuis bill aifoiishe<i ti?e existing inllria law, an i pro\ lded for the d-sbaiidrnent of tiieconipa ;ii>a at>d the surreuder of tnelr arujs to t'ie lour <iltlcerf? attovf tnentioued. M descrin- ! the 1? gislatlve progrc- -e of the b;il u> lis th.r i : parting, and then read irom tne address is -ne?l t?y the republican niaj >r.!y 'tl ih- K?;is lalure to th'* i>t-ople ??f th>* slate giving the reasons uli> they had w.thdrawu tmru the legislature ai-d thus broken up a quorum. Tne mii orlty ??flere?l p-p*ate?jiy ui go ba.^k U? the iegi-lature aiid assist in p?->iuk ih? spproprlatiou bills aii l tlie other u?-<'e>sHrv legislation. But tne majority contemptu ously refused, and said they iute ided to pass Ihis mlillary b 11 t>. tors anything el*e Mob done. 'liie a -t.ou of Uifiiein,jc-a'.i>- ina Jority. if nie.-essful, won' t havf res>i'te i m < lvil war iu Indiana an I as me\ ref is.-d to make any trnus ti e mlnoifty did no* go NMfclD?to up a miocam, and the !e;-.? < lure was a ll.>ui'.\ed hv r > is: tu' una tatlou. As Governor, lie Mr. M. i^sn 4 an address to the people ot Indiana reciting h. facts, aud appealed to them for mo sey. r . con.nusfcioi.0i8 ol Mur on, in Vfalcll w . the capital, advauce-l th j t>3:ii;s ;> , l the railroads advance I som? . b it aed:i not leccive enough iu the a# 'he legislature would not agi n iu""1! till is .be came on to Washington ai.J r^presente I 'he circumsiances 10 Ihe President and the retary of War and the President alv.? ;c I to him the sum of from the > ?>?? ? appropriation of July .si, l*ci. Tue s cr.-r*ry oi War ?ai.l to the President that tie re?ar.tei It as of the most viial iini>orianc^ thai th;? money should be given to Gov. M ir:?j.a* if liilianawas j>ermUte<l to be put ma -on ditton of sympathy with the rebellion, be had great doubts of the ultimate results of the conflict. Mr. M. men read fro 11 hit menage to the legislature of Indiana In 1 v.".. staling the account of the expenditure ol th? money, which acco mt was pronouuc*<d cor rect by a committee of ?h<j legts'ature on which were two democratic mera^m. Toe legislature than ma le an appropi taiion t?? pay this money whicn he had b.?r*" >wel from the general government, ilia co ir>M-. he vaid, was approved l>y the people ot Indiana, who iu IVU reelected Lim gov ernor by JO,0(?0 majority, aud also eiecied a republican legislature. He men all 11 led to the Souaol Liberty,or Knights of th -Goldet. Circle, who num>?ered 40,ao<?, and kept th whole state in a ferment, requiring the militia 111 some 01 tne canities to be kept on a war foot'in: <>en. John M >r/an had been induced to come into Uie state, t \ - pecticg a geuerai oprising. He tlescrl'<e.i the conspiracy by which these orgaui/a:i<>us intended to >eize the state government of Indiana, and whose aid were the >< 000 pris oners at Camp Morton. Tiie details of inls conspiracy became Know 1 in a ivanee. and It was abandoned. The ritual and the list of membership was obtained, and anriug them were tinee <if the state officers wiiom the democratic legislature had wanted to iu \ ? st with the control of the entire Military l-ower of the s;%te. He also gave an ac count of the triai and conviction of tii * con spiramr* and the subsequent events. MrMcliotjald s.<td he bad nothing I ? say agamsi 1 ils colleague's \ Uidication 0: i*rsor.al br.nesty, but hereafter he 'voi.l have something to ?sy tu reg.tnl to 'Oi* pi litical history of In .jana. abo it wi'i-n >. i,iifTere<l \ei j m icii -?-.';i his coll ig Mr.Horloa vaid he w.she<i to ?> Ins ctdleague fiom any complicity wrh tlie conspirat y to wt.i.. he had allu le<J. Mr Anthony said he had listened w th a great deal ol pleasure to the remai ks of t'ie senatrr from Indiana, and descrin-d thrill which went over the people of th*? north at the gallant fi?ht in behalf of the 1'i.ion made by that Henator when G ?v err.or. He expressed his det*?tation of those who had given aid and comfort to the com mon enemy. He said this was the day a 11 the age of scandal: no man scarcely in pub lie life was tree from assaults. The i>enlteii tiary and the mad house wa? rausacked to fundsii testimony for the basest and mtst unLoly uses. He alluded to the case of the madman who had testiaei that the Presi dent had done him such a grievous wrong, and a thousand najiers look up the tale,and yet when the roan was pressed be said It was ibe President's spirit that bai injured nlin. Mr. A. then went on to denounce In Ibe strongest w-rms the scandal mongers who were continually striving to blacken the character of honest men as individuals destitute of every manly characteristic, de prived aud al>andoned. and whose villainies v oold be sure to recoil upon thernsel ves Mr. Cameron Pa.; said bis post; ion here In Washington gave btm the opportunity to know something of tne matters alluded to by the Senator from Indiana. Gov. Morton wa^ tne youngest governor in the union he lived in a. tiorder state, a great portion of uls people came ircse the south, and ?beir sym pathies were with that section. He was sur rounded with great difficulties, bu* hehal surmounted them all. HetMr.C.) believed that tio other man but that young Governor rf Indiana could have preveutej that state from going out of the nnton. When ibedays were dark, and the cause 'ookel almost hopeless, that young g >vernor ii t l called a ronferet.ee of governors to uieet in P?nnsjiI var.ia, ai d bad eneonra**d the n bv bis words of confidence and cbeer. H#, Hr. ('.) believed that no man In tue* c t :otry I id more to bring victory toour arms 1.1m Oli ver P. Morton, of Indiana. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.?Mr. Seelye (Mass ), from the C?mmlttee ou Indian Affairs, repor^eil a bill loautborlxe the Secretary of me interior to pay the ex penses of the delegates sent by uie aastero band of Cherokee* to represent their Inter ests In Washington. Passed. He also In troduced a bill to authorize the eastern binl of Cheiv* < es to Institute suite In relation to pittfta# i KfifrrtU M iuiito Osa> 11 site*. ? < On !?'? ' fo **' Mr. Manning ?1 ?hloi. (h* bill Ir> jror ? i- the fltldfi.ry of lh? ?rntj ww ?i.*' c i ? it ? n. ,?*.?. r :.>r ruM-njr neat. Mr. I*' t l iMo lntrt*iae?a1 m Mil to utll i*r IU |. i-\ *?<l rtlwr ilmwiiJ of tii* I'mied xte*. & ferieu lo Lb* CoawiitM ou Cur r-i?v. Ii> S*>)?r ?:!>? .'??! Mr ?I ?? fc 'i? M A ami '?er <?! thr nwami'W i<s IiivmiI ft >4 U olfl?era in Sc? <>r'*4u? n placr ? i Mr I J.lri tOjio>, declined It.e llr then res uaaed r>m?i<l?rttlOU at M? tXINTH-1 r D KLXTIOR ca*. of I *-y..yn?* v? l*r?rll, fr-ru it? it l:iiio!> (tatnrt Mr. H *??? -.urn tKy > epoke In favor ot the cviini. ?t, a ml in the cour?e of li? remaraa MM W>;o ItA'l in f?v<* of Un nl'lli ( n . ini?-r had ? a: in<vl hi* right on r*f'H*n f o hm1? Trier be.t en' temple for tl - ll a tt rvrlltfubv III* ?ntilie rmi N r to Hfslc <|. ant whtf+l tir f.HHii pu ' . Khftt 1n the O ic |.o T? lh'.u>e. In whieb Uie |tllla| ?Hi?ib? ?|. iir of lli# maj irit * of thl* Houee an ? t'o fi<lfr?i<? ami uumiHulniHX " l*'l'. elm <>iull rnt<lotl't)*i lutiijMllOf. Tt 1* ?i*lf >uit wa? mad.- tu I<my or Hi* fbet, that o: 11m f? * flKlioo rvM .liap >ws| ot by Uir o inn I. lee two n>|>ulili<<?u? nai been Mdlitl nr r.'*ii#l In tlinr Tula. Mid Mr. HimI1 irn. we* not the i-k* a.ten ine ninMiit i wren- In a ma, icity. ait?ntlie> kt pt den o r* ? t? t.ilr'v rlx'ixi kn-cktag a' Hiflr dtatr *id ?i.f 1 iff r ow tuct wm ft r<|ftiiiir< ? > !?-m . r. *?. v .? ? ?nck.auit IVIanri. a' i Ht>>vHi?.aailalbrr?. A'l^r l*ila atateof fa- ?? ;ie wa*itel to iifwr i.h hi irr of par*iaai.al ")>ii tiiUrii'f. II,* n p< .. of Ihe najontv ?l?d?r|n| Mr. I-' M<')llf 'I tllll I IdtlM" k' III Wkl H 1 l|<l?d. Tele;;i ams to The Star. METifODIST EriSCOFAL. The r( neral Conference ? *> ? WINSLr;'. EXTRADITION CASE. *Cll> rlGtilSE MURDER TRIAL. inr. m Kitiiiisr onemi <<?? i ?:hi ?ri:. r ?rwillnn T? lt?T. l.AITI* M:?y . The i 11 r Klfttf ? r.ce n n o/.t.ifi mi u?e retcnlar li tur tiiia mort,l;.?. *,'-.iio|> prmiding. Tlie tiMial r? I #'j- wrvt'-"? w??r?? coil 1 acted t?r I lev I . t . ?.( ?f'i ek, <?f tbe Wiimti.Kton r>n - foresee. *i* report of th. oommtute on rule* ?a? it^n i:p?n(| each rule actfd ii|ioo aeriallm. - . irh i>a*> C Niniiiitt tbe r.it rr morning* v,u up to tioji, wllhouf <Hjncl ud?! Aftvr n <??:? ?* o: tb* rules tlie riair an noucctd I./?? i l.auabitii, lUitnoor". H I'rirt-, I | j* L. IC Dunn, N.-trark, T. W. I*ri j i W. J. Pawtn. o( tl??? I'nlla drlptila . f. rrr.cr, J. W Krrnwl, of tb?* K?kl ti?rr<if. ?^Mif? ren<*. a* tbe commlttae to thiiiD! rfcolutloim ofT^r^l y*?t4>nlajr In relallo i f anri-iif tni sabbath In conu? *44 i mltli Uie Outrnnial ezhibi i ion Mia! iffcrrnl. Bi?bnp Joiic* Intro to is .. corfrrene>- H?v. W R. Popf irait-rual i * ate tr im be Krltl^li Wwlf^n eonlereti"' ;i pot lotenied that h? aliou Id na.; 'rs formal com rn no I cat ion at tbia time t be wan preaonted that h? inlvl.t hee. i .? acquaint*1 with tha bretbrati. ana not t** ! ,.moi s atrai<gera, Tbe fact tbat lie rami' l in the ruo'her eonferenee of Method;- .r i.tilled him toa warm m eption. Mr. Fof. -iiti a.Mre'sel tbe c<oferenc* a w fnlont.*# . xpre*sing bla appreciation of tbe kin irn*. mi.j c*?r,i ailty attendtng bis recepti? d. *|l<e eoniinllt??e on rec?lrln|r fra Urnal d? l?/ ? reported that Saturdaynexi Ht ll oVIn ;.?1 t.fpn Px?d kk tLe t'm? r>i rereiviiig ? i; foitna' r .m:nunlr<tion from the Krlli- ? ??yau C.mf?rence f'ir<?ne i ll> delegates >r I'ope The rereptio'i of tbe addr??n i ? ; ie i. ?? ?i[? Ti, m%l<' tueorler tor <"o'c! >c . to m ?rrow A mi*wa(e of fra ternal Cir,.t >n tryi ng t? tbe Afriran Metlmdltt ? ?-.*<?p;?l I 'ljurcb.ln M'#? ?ti a* Atlanta, i.i , o'lered I'. n-tlnf wblcb ? imn, i ? t ? < tor me nVr* o' tbe Klaud ing coir .i *<e oq j ? l'c|al progestine* ? re ma .(? cor.flrttie?l The r rnmitlw ?<ii? *t* if ?, -e m<?tiil??*r fro n eac'i of Ma tw? Ire g'n< ??.T eo?uer< aees, aa folio* Jo "epb Cii;on :i *>. New Kugla id u K*y i ?n ifc. V?* .irk I A < >. H?ren, <>11 1 *1 N.w > rk; A. Wbet ler. I.tie. L. C. Matl k * ; ; 1. gt..? ; M 1 rlim.le, Ob 10. A C Mcl' ? ? d, M ?.hi??.pp|. Geo. li I<rsce lyn. Mich j. n Cyrus llriioks. Mmueaota K M I'*- Tlliuol*- Henry Beoaon. ("a. J. IU# ?f l?r,cntral O- rmao ronPce. \ commit e ., lav delegates and lay rep r>cental 101 vaionlered. Tnecou* It-ration <ifit.e me ?. 1 to tbe African ccm fereuce a: Atlanta * t< 1 suni?d ai d tb* matter. a>r 'Ilt<Dnl?>] red to the conirnlttreon cor reapoLdeuc The action of tbe biaitopa in ?p|x>lntlrj; i?'.< rnal delegates u? thee ?oier ? Lceai A 4it?, aa autli<nl/?d i>y tiie laat ueneral c -?ti*pce. ?ras cooflrm^. A<t .i1 ?i< 11 eJ u^. 1 to morrow. r?>KEI?ia .\l Ha. I i" l.eitale Mnllneera I.ovii !>? ?j:?y -.-The eight aaeaiMara of therren < t*e alilp 1 -r-unie arbo are charcwl with tnnt 1 * #:,.i mi.r'leroL tbai V' ?st?i were arrais'ied :?j*y ai. i pleaded no; guilt/, latlrtrts *jew progressing. ?I' H'la'loa 1 a<ie In ' ; f ?? oi 1 omnsona to-mg<it Mr. < >n.: Jr 1. trill ask Attorney Oeoera 1 HoSker m vc Cuit'-l stauia has protaated tl ;? * o*u?f tbe British go^ Tumeni eonwrnicg # 1 *low. aad if so whetber Aaoe ri< a * den 1 ;j i. *re in barmOuy with, or eo? trary to. 1 ? f *ovlaUxis of tne troatlea of l*w and I-7u. ?. ? ill alao queatioo tbe AtU>roey <?erer*l a crhat e<nrae be will advlae U>? soveriin?< ,'nnlopt for the purpoae of n? lioldlLg ?.r ^torlUK ex.Ming treatiev. Mr Pitieston -?*>s rvative meiuoer for l>eToo I?ort. will ?A o tuorrow for tbe pipvin on lUe *ame s t. I <1J toil and I sypt A ?ip?fia d 1 a ten to ttw ?1' S'.amfmrt 'rum Aies.it u 1 a naya; Tue Court of Appeal iiaa <*dJuoite>. i^.at tbe ltaira property, wnifb I* tbe Ki * tr a private ??state, la liable to eiecutiot. f* e aame dispatch states tbat Mr Ki\e."s 'a ,aon returos to Kugland, but doe? Dot a * any reaaon therefor. If tbie ?>t*trmect - <-,>rrect me cause undouMediv ? s the acc? ? ce i>y Kgypt of t&e I- rencn flnaiulal K ? -tie, a^ainat some details of wh'Cb it I;r?eeu previously reporjed Mr. lleon pre ? ->ed. ? ? A lollls \..KNlre 10 he I rle?l for Isr ?ler I'OTTf \ : tt. May t.-The trial of tneal ieg<d mtin.' ? r^ of tbe policeman. Yost, will comait-uce > morrow. Much excilenieni prevail*. p?. Ai? owing to U?e fact iaa* oueof ibeprl*one- - fverrlgau. Is tbe o.ie who In .'iirconflssal ,. ^?t winter expoael the-wret nper;> - M 1 m* Molly Maguire<. nod ad lltior.ai pi I) 'orce h?a b tu app ?i 1 led to .tard tbe ? i, .. :?a j';?e lu Now YorV ? NT W Y?" day > ?The Ore tu In* build ii n Koa ? Pf^ari stretl, belonging t<? ti e Hie.* t sm??, 'U ungwi r.e .tocks ??: Straiten A ? n.itn*. Uibaeca ai.l e.gar mer cl a- ta. ? >? H RosenburK a K ?n. t ?bae.N? mercbauta ? '??, aad tbe bui.dt-ig. f M.uun. several o , occ..i auU "CiUm-ii a Lai I 1 oases., ?* ?e ?.ot :?k Abr?n?t. Xrw ^ .1.. May ?>.-Tu'* ?j<?,t ship. nieut?. to ^ tfifte t > n.y anon tel ti "0". 9f wni *.?ao,w>9 was cold, ani tbe re maludei s. f : r Til* >:iikIi>'< Kair far 2.M*e Uiilaasi. Lomk.n ' ay _Th? race Air toe ZM guiiieaa to a?la<-? at New Market to dar, and wi>? w ? hy Petrarch. Julius C?aac ouniit f tn > jaiad tu l Kaleidoscope ibird. t he KkrksU.' BilfSnii >1 af $ ? Virginia (xaniUtti>|, <%>?. *w . caia, b\.. Nona CaroHua iii~, <?14 U, d,i a ?? i <!<? .tai lax . tul u. daf 3*g?x acto?auda<4 VitKV. U ? lt.m<ip *' ?*v 3?Cotton dall and li?a?r~ mKkiiM.ll, V ^ur aacha&gaA. Whaai dull a?<f taa?T?P?na? *?-,.nl* rad, 1 u*i ?8. Marjiaad rai. l.lOal is. d< i.)ii?r 1.WU; do. white, 1 46*146 < < ru?aoutLt f >mi at<t fairlf acuta waatar b lower audra .a.Cva ?anttiara wbi?* SuaC: aeuta era r*Uow. ( ,r,f. ?aMnrt u, ted ?1 ,. s^t. SI Mat. Oat* l< ?sr ?? maad mod*r%le-aoetbara |*"l to ?rl?a. 4 v vMtrrt abita. ??tK tresUra ?tied, teal ( .1. ea.'Biiaallt MaW. Hat ataacr Maryland aa V aitsilvania, 11 .iua& d. Praelslsaa ?lull aad a. Mual. puik. UJ. Lard daf aixl nrcbacred h ,? -r 11 nlet aad ancbsagad. Ntr , letn aoo,ln. r jile. 7\: r<-ta*d. uTCuffa ?ai:t ar-'" staadr a. _? mi rhaagad. W kiaky ?aM, IM. Ktw Ton bar J -atoeaaaetl*aaad a*aattle1 Money 9 ' aj|. U\. ?atbaare. In?. SKS Sb^rt. ?as? , tarnaMMta aetlve aad lower. Kiw Hi wdai ? - noar doll aad uiiclilMt I Vk t? at <4?iei 1. *r Mj D lra Cora unlet and flrai L?>xa?a. r.if M, UM a. ? ?It. g. ?wad us;?. U'-'H.a- ? ??*? MISS. Krta.lS ,. Thi 8t. t.o;:ih Whisks Rim. _a 41m paich fron rr*raon City. Mo., aaya frlen Of Will Ian V -'Km Tlslted Oen. Mrliooai't and Col. J< rj in tbe penitentiary. M Mdas with a vie- t* proeuriac from tbe prisooat * ?natiidarl te tbe effect tbat Plt/roy'a test - mcny tbat |v ce bad paid M Kee of tbe rlrg money <U tbe aaperv.ao- - ofTl^e w* falae. Jojc. 4ated to tbeae gentleman tbn ? wuial lie ao JSSfiV i* ?? y never in bla . McOooal* > office whan Mck'aa was tber . but ne.tbe Oonald nor Joyv won' 1 tu\k f a *worn at ?< at sent on tbe ground tba; tbe f were belt * ?> ery cloaely watebe l, aad self preewvat > y n u tba Oret lav of uatxre Other par *% have gooe from Hu I. ?aU t i ieffcraoa t !'?} in tba Interest of MrKea.'aact another ? rt M will he made to procure a statement f yx M.-Uooald and Joyce.

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