Washington, May 24.- The United States Supremo Court has adiourned until the next term, beginning the second Monday in October. Washington, May -The House election committee has decided the report which favors the unseating of Mr. Venable, Democrat, from the Fourth Virginia district, and seating Langston, colored Republioan, and to unseat Eliott, Democrat, from the Seventh South Carolina district, and seating Miller, colored Republican. They unanlmously determine the report adversely on the claim of General Chalmers, Republican contestant for the seat in the Second Mississippi district, and favor Morgan, the Democratie occupant of the Beat. Washington, May 24. - The House committee on commerce has directed a favorable report to be made on the bill amending the inter-State commerce law BO as to permit the rallroad companies to give reduced ratea to veterans attending National encampments. Washington, May 24. - The collections of internal revenue for the first ten months of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1890, were 8114,545,276, or $9,724,354 more than the collections for the coiresponding period last year. Washington, May 26. - President Harrison has directed that the United States flag shall hereafter fly daily over the Executive mansion from sunrise to sunset, instead of, as heretofore, being hoisted on special occasions. Washington, May 27. - The visible supply of wheat and corn in the United States is, respectively, 22,458,003 and 11,078,702 bushels.