GENERAL. Credit Moblller. " Washington, 3. In the "Wilson committee, com-mittee, this morning, Spence, formerly assistant treasurer of the Union Pacific, produced the original memorandum of checks and drafts for certain parties.for the $126,000 fund, with the subsequent endorsement, by witness, of its distribution: distribu-tion: including items: Jos. F. Wilson 19,000 dollars; general G. M. Bodge, 2-1,000 dollars. Slocum asked if witness did not give the $1'.000 check to C. YV. Bushnell instead of Wilson; but be. replied re-plied in ihe negative. Wilson, chairman chair-man of the committee, goes to Boston to-ntght, tt examine the company'i bioks; on his return he will stop at New Y'ork and see Clarke, president of the company. On Thursday or Friday he will go to Philadelphia, and examine the check for l'J.000 dollars, which Spenee alleges he gave J. F. Wilson. Tae chairman expects to return on Saturday. Meantime, the investigation will proceed. C. W. Bushnell was recalled, and testified that in October1?! he name to Washington to secure legislation, to authorize the Union Pacific to give a mortgage on the Omaha bridge. The Iwa members would not move an inch. He sent for general Dodge, who in fifteen days put the bill through congress. He paid Uodge for his services and expenses '524,500, which should have been charged to special and legal expenses. ex-penses. etr York Intelligence. New York, 1. At the opening of tae Greeley will case, at While Plains, a note was read from the Misses Greeley, withdrawing from the contest. The will made in 1671 was then proved. It is staled Greeley left property of tiie value of $200,000, and .Mrs. Greeley $19,000 more. Before judge Barioman, DonTassos, j counsel for Mokes, continued the argument argu-ment on the motion. for a new trial. Commissioner Davenport has decided to bold Woodhull, Clailinand Blood to await tho action of a grand jury on lie charge of sending obscene matter through the mails. Waalilufitou Advices. Washington, 3. The house judiciary committee voted 4 to 4 on the bill authorizing a rehearing in the courts of tbo famous Sartillian claim, a Mexican land grant, covering tbo site of property in San Francisco now worth a million dollars. Tho supreme court, yeara ago, rejected the claim as fraudulent. The Pittsburg Exploslou. Pittsbnrg, 3. Seven bodies have been extricated from tho ruins more or less mutilated and blackened. Many are severely injured. Miscellaneous. Annapolis, 3. Mrs. "Wharton renewed hor recognizance in $5,000 to answer the charge of attempting to poison Van Ness, and left the court. Philadelphia, S. This afternoon the boiler of Wood'sfourjdry.Coshohockon, exploded; and it is reported eight men are buried in the ruins.