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Elf bill kid RIbib itrMta wm(. II I two itorlM
Willi KTOWB innnMim nnwiia iwv nit
i... kil. diai itan ad kitehaa oa A rat floor.
f fear chamber aarl bath roeia oa aaoand floor.
nroraai la lira " " i"vt
.lllF. ImaMlmio poaaaa.foa, bItob
Tarmawf Blai Twolhositaddolikra cubital
rafl, IsaadlStaoa fa with ta It rail cra
br da l of iraaL UBTrBtM tad rattas
U.. h..dr.d "'it'AX
JaaSdAda Btar) A act la Mr.
BT COOPER A LATIHEH, Aatt're,
(SuooMors to J. O. MoU-alre A Oo ,)
Bea.hwMtcoracr raa it. and Bit Tenia atratl.
MBARLT VIW nOCSXHOLD FOSHITDRK AT
A.Tnif tllY MORHlNn NEXT. J
.nih.atlOaMoek.ailk r-itdaa, W. HOB
llairMtaortht batwaaa Blihlk aad It I at a
Intraaaa wait, wa will aall a eallMtloa af
atari r aaw Hoaaanaiii raraitara ompnii
WalBUtfarloiaatta, aovaa piteat, apholitarad
vfalael &tlof Mil, ill P.MM. ip.otilr4 la
WalaalCbainbariitta, mirbla-lop, UaplM.
Wlal narbla-tvp Calf Tlf Waatael
Uahraarbla top l,Jbard. Loiai. f
Okk Billea DIbIbc Table aid Ckatra. ?U
Oak Marbl lop Chamber aalta. trltamaj with
walaat. , Uclallaf tfarJrvb,
PlaaCarlad llktrHtllraMaa, aprlack ..
Hall Oilalatk, Cxpauaad Hda( Coat Mala.
Cooklag aid Uaallag StoitB. KlUhia rsqal-
"VVrnVrub. COOKS A LiTIMEB,
ji9 dOd (lUriU) AnaUaaaara.
BY COOPER LATIMER. Aricl'i-a
(Successors to James U. MeUulr A tJo.
SanlkwMt toraar of Paaaiyl"! aTaat aad
Ala f talk atraaL
rRDBTKE'8 BALK OF A,1
r flrtaaof adaad or trail,
1. ilkUil Iha 1h Saw r.t
Kofambar. la. Bad rooordad U Llbtr T aad K
n 57B. ti . oboi loaiaaaraa ,tt
WaablBiloB cob air. DO .1 will Vj
ancuoii ok luuutii iaa Bud
Ho 9. f alio STB, rltff
ord of Wtaklailoa
i . ii hid ii inciini. am iubi
I llh ! njmllT. ian. ll 4 A'1iuk. A
ra.f oath prmlM, Lol Ho 1. la tba caaordad
nbilf lalOROr Bqakraffa 180, iUaataoa tbaaar
aarof BlttaaatkairMt wait a d P tratB0rlb.ltB
tfOTadbyaaawaBdeonaadlviii Urlak bwalllai
Tbaanoaal aapaU taairad kr abova datd f
trail la fi.AOO. aad latral frgm 0OTubf W
Tarmaoraatar B5.0Uaaabi balaacaln raari
wltktaUrala8d aaavradkr tb itiraktMt'aaai
, auddaaiaf tnut oa tk prantaaoitioo dawa at
llmaor aala. KvnaiUatpa aad oaTtraetr
aiparcluaar'a coat If Urnaaf aataata aolaaav
pllad wUh wlikta iradtra rren Ikadayof aala
lha dapoali m ba rorfaliad.aad Ika pr apart? will bo
rtioli at Ika cot of iba daraalltaajiarchair,
(Buaoaaaon to Jat O, MeOuIrt A (Jo )
VALUlllM TMtKfWXD Alii, tnATI iMtfl.
DIATKLT BT Of AMD ApltHNlllO THB
AK1UB. AT PURUn aDCTIOlf, ON TUBB
vaipAHVAifta 9, vfvi
ifada a ad b lrlaa tit a AaA of trait (a ma
from Mtrtarat ritiiarald aad otkara. dalj
4. aa of tho laad racorda for tka eonalr of Waab
1 in LHttnaivi boianaiBi a will aau, oa
, 11 1B1U,
laflna. In Ibo Pjttrlat vf Colaiabla, I will aall.
TUBSDAh lUafBlhdkrof iaaaarr A a 10
at 3tJU 'hk to, oi tb " to tb
bltkaat blddav, all tka rlfkt, till, latar.rt aaJ
tuiaof Alary B Pltukrald. Jaka A. PI Icarald,
riij aaaraaifi ritiaa'"11! w uupa
n i iiii rata, bbu nrinr 3, w inivisiut
laBllibal cvrlata plaaaor paraalof laad Hntd
aad lylaa la tkaciiraf Wwbtaraaad 1H atrial
of Ooinmbla, kaowa and dcrlbd on tba ptal or
nla- nl ) rllw aa Lit 9a. H. la raaaraatlak anna
TaTiu o. lUlai Twalta Iboatiad dollar eatk.
aa lauaioa i iiii mini aa viinimi
acarad by a dd of troat aa tka praitta aatlafa
lory to ta Iraaia. wllk aotai baarlag latar!
roBTayaaalaf aid aUmp ataarakaaar'a aoat Flv
ha ad red dalUr will a rMalrcd fron lb par
haia a I lima ar aala. If ttil lama of aala art anl
sompllad with wUhtalhra day; frm day of aalo.
it win do roaoiiiai 10a rita aaacoatoi
DI1IILII. JK TnillM.
CUOPIHA LATIHBK. Aaet a
lit HKIDUBBTBaKT, UIOltQITUWW
WASHINGTON. D. 0., FRIDAY, JANUAltY 7, 1870.
J NO. 30.
PIHILI3HED EVERT MOItltlKO
II V W. J. MTJllTAUlIf
"OTtkikit Carnir of Tth bb4 D Strttti
aadti faraliktd i tvbt tribari (hp ttrrlari) at I
Blillbltflfcara.tdOOaaf aaaarni AIM far a
BioaUii aidlLUfar UraaiatAi, liyarHHy
TI1E WIIKLT BIF0BUCAH
aaiaraay anaraiai. aad lllir
rial Ika followlaa- ratat Oa
Mproarar, Blitkra aotta aa yaar. adi Ui
oHoa paar. BUi alalia aopiaa la wrappara
tor Sale or 'Bent
aawty Btiad ap. katlablafof a maia, parlor aad
badrootna at(ackd. at no, SOT tJ olrt aorth, b
twaaa Btlktkaad fllath alrta wt, cotyaalaat
14 both rallmad. Hoaa la four atari. ath
Ipplf l boot,
toaiti, with all modtra oTBtictt.
ar of Poartvalli lad t .traati, froiltar Fraaklli
Sqnir. jad 41"
IXrtLtiyr TURB1 BTOHT BRICK
wiin aaiaaaiT DtCB aailfli
trft, two doora aat of
V 'JoyBBwlih aiUatlT back ball.
ll Ho a
Unth atrt bar wladowi at back fraaa th
larroataaaio a wua n
mt ad at aar Ua 4ftr 1 a'clock p. at.
ttrl. aad tear
mora oaairaaia rtli
rami aaa ai
170 B 1AM-1 PATEXT ftranTTO AK Uf.
" prorad Palaat Hlli Bma Drt laqalraat
raaaaylraou ar an
arlll blaaaa aall. ahii
a prfcl oaplaaatroa wtll ba lira by th paiaat,
jBft DAW 1BL BUWaH
I?OR ItKNT.-Tb TTiri Story UrUk
; lfaa, Ito J7I Twaaty-lnt alrtct, btwa
(l aad II. with ti aad watar PoaialoR oa
thtMhof Jaaatry. ,
ApsU at iU oaAarlTBaU amt. CarJHI
W oftr or lal th TBRBB FOUR BTOBT
PKkBlSD.BKtCK FBOlff RBlRDEHCKS, J a. I
la 13 room
inh aid of 0 alrt.
.bath-room. watar tlota.
throaabonli a farnaea baaia Hki
black WBlaatdoora.bllidaaadtrimkilBffl, tnarbla
i ! tad cold walar
hroaabonli a inrnaea baala taa tlr koaa
Thaao boa bar a aoothfroat. aadaratnad
attraetlra br r wladowi. trrad yard) aad
BBcaiioBtarrBdatpai lot fUtlfrot wllk
Ta partUa daairlDg flrat-lfta Dwallla
oftkaetly. Badoara'al to all lh atrtet rail-
For prlt aad trm apply to r a44ra
- .. ..- JWwmfaiBTro.
Broken. Old Mo , 410 baraih atrl.'btwtB
Oaad 11 ?!, da.11
-plMKFUBHlSHBDKOpUS.FOR H1MT-1B A
A. airaoi focBiina,
itrt. acar FIriMBtb.
baiur cpporiaaliy fr parabaaloa mi ba of.
Tasaaar wairpini. ioti ib taoetatr
. dailrabl locatlna, laalr at . 3SN I
with Dal h Room aad, Watar Clotalatuhdi
l ITi a ivr uainaa appi
"POX BALI. -A FIMI If IW HOU8B. BITOATBD
JC Ii tba raoat datlrabi looatloa aid aal(bor
bond IB tk ltr Tarw llbaral laqalrBlMo
LX)HHI.i-thIHIUBI BRICK UOVBI.
X 5 Uarrlaad araaa, aaar th aoraar of
Blfth lrt, Ulaad Ua hot aad eold wUr
rait. Bra plao haUr, tnarbla naatala, all la
Food repair tirUk aubl oa roar ( lol. with (a
aad walar aad room fur thr horma Will b
aoldahaapfor oaah II 1 QHIOORT,
ymt II "HTI mtr m mr wimmTi'rm
IITAMTBO-A SMALL CHDRCn. UALL OH
, Minn nnoni, ior Kvurinna hmiiiii
mnit u low. 9
yAMTBD-A tpT OS TflB ISLAND. BB-
... w" taaiuttraaii j
althlaOBe, with prtoa aad Uaatloa.
j BXPBBIBHCBU WlITBKB ilao.oaowbo
nadarauadi aood Plata roohllf, Jfoaa bit alaal
naadBpply at n TIUUTStIK BAT."
AJ ktrr. Uiwhb L aad M. (wt tlda, buy
d aalla all kladaofladlaa,' fata, aad cbUdraaa
! Be olhlaf. aadarlatklc boola Bad aboaa
bata, ap. blaakaia. qullla. bJiprada. ah aala,
A. Aar oia by mail or othrw)a pronptl at
UaJd. aa llf
V atlOBHI PATB FAIR (OAtUj PKIOBS FOB
I J. LaJlM'. Uant'a aad Chlldrta' BMoid-baad
t lotklai, UoJar OlolhtBf, Boota.Shoaa, A , Ho.
4l3Hlath .iraaub-lw.aa D aad It tr..t.,Ulri
door.'rou You a Maa'a Obrtatlaa Aiaootatloa
BalldlBB B Aay Moto by Mall pronptl
altoidad to nnvlVtr
WHHH8T0H nCTl HP IMF UMliy.
Tai Hot. 0o. 8. BoutwilCwUI lector.
befortlh.ar.nl Arm; of the RejraMlo on
llond.jr ettnlng, ibe 10th muni. i un
NiriL Oidiiu. Orlne4 Saneon C. J.
Cleborne to Jntj a member of tbe n.T.l
eiiralnlof bo.nl .1 FhlM.lpbt.. Filled
Aliliunt r.jranttr It. T. D. H.rrll to tbe
fln.rd on tb. ISth IniUnt. Cblef Engineer
Tborou 4. Shock to dotr t the n.Tj j.rJ,
Norfolk, on tbe lSlb In.t.
Br lrlaor.i..4of trn.t b.rl.f iM e. tb.
Ilth o( L.Minb.r. A 0. JW, ... 4J rr,
lb" LOT if IROUD .ll.u.1 Omrilni
Ptti.l .. lb. ...lit.. oT Cosirw. jlr..l .i.a.;
Ib.iiM .o.tb Ub ..U ll.. of Co.ir.i. blml ...
Ih. .orlbwMt or..r mt w. O U..'r'. loll
lbi.ci..u.rlF b onb hi. or B.Mr ' if!
... bV.lr.4 ... IW..IF-IW. fl dr. I..I.. I
tb. .Ml It. 0( r.rl... fMl w U .ll.r I Ib.BC.
."tbwllb..lll..Lr ..14 .l.Tl.lb. Mlb.Ml
"oriiror J.i.lb.. 0.rir'. Uh f 4 tb;.c. wltb
tb. ...Ill lib. ol .114 Cbltor'. lot I. lb. bul..
KT..lt..U...ro.l4l.ll.t.l,, IM loltill TroP'
f.i.ll. llU.lrMilr oppulloT.iorPl.M. 4
T .. - b u 1 i.i kl.mri'i lala raa d.iu
aolfnpllodwitbwUhl Bvadaya. tb propanr
wlllbr-oldttkrlKaal Ct of Ik dlaalt-
"ifilB "Tanelar. tW4ilf rTaa at amp al
,bo.tof ApircU.jr0JIN B D0I(ItELtTt
14 dU (Itar J A art I
THTHK WORKIMa CLASS Waara do pro
parad to firaUb alt aUaaaa wlib eoaaiaat otapioy
ui ntat horaa, (ha whola of tho tlmo or for tb
apara raomaata uaaiaaaaiiaw.iiaaiaaii rtgnumi.
t'araoaaof UhrMX aaUrara froaaM ""
Liai ibclr w hola IIbm to th baalaai Boya aad
Tub bcmohi that tbe Collector of IbU cllr
had Abtconded wllh tho corporation fundi
extended to tho TreAturj Deprtmont, aod
It wi currently reported la the Department
yeittrdty that a prominent TrtMOry official
hd been detected In trUUoff with OoTm
meQtfnndi. TM rumor retched tbo-Execu-
tlre MadiIod, and Irnnlry wa at onco made
toucertalnthetnithof thijiUtement. Oa
referring to tho Secretary of tho Treasury
be Bald ho bad heard nothing of the report,
and further inquiry traced it to the City
Umtted States Trbaivrbit SpnnfBii wai
yesterday engascd In signing the new gold
certificate, which amount to 1 1.000,000, and
which will at once bo forwarded to the Aa-
litaiit Treasurer at New Torlt. The new
certificate! are fine epedmeni of engraving,
prlntM on the Qorernment paper, and are
eomewbat larger than tbe "yellow" gold
certificates heretofore used. The object In
using the new form ts to guard agalnit coun
terfeiting, and the rery heit talent was em
ployed In preparing the plate.
A NAVAL OB1SKAL COCRT-WAKTIiL hi
been ordered to convene at th Naral Acad
emy at Annapolis, Md., on Tuesday next,
the lltb In i taut, for the trial of several mid
hlpmcn of the first and ceond clan, for
violating the rules and regulations of tbe
Academy. Tbe court 1 to be composed of
tbo following-named officers i Capt Napo
leon D. Harrison, president Lieutenant
Commanders 81U Casey, George W. Ifay
trard, Henry F. ricklDg.and Lieut. Thomas
1 vhlaon, members; nml John W. Boll,
esq., judge advocate.
A ClBAf rAITATBSK IV ClIARXRSTOM
Hardob Mr. noberti.the Spanish Minis
ter, has notified the State Department that
the steamer Annie, aOnban privateer crossed
the bar of Charleston harbor, and anchored
off Fort Snmter, with a portion of the crew
of tho Hornet on board. The Secretary of
Slate Immediately notified tho Nary Depart
ment, and It 1 thoaght that one of our Iron
clads will to sent to Charleston Immediately,
In case of an emergency. A revenne cutter,
with the United State Marshal on board,
ho been ordered down to the suspected
Am Ikterbstjio Question. An Interest
ing question ba arisen out of the recent sale
to private parties of the Qorernment property
I at Harper's Ferry. The purchasers claim
tuat tbe Datura ore and Onto Railroad Com
pany have no legal right to run their road
through what was, until tbe recent sale, a
uorernmont reservation, rermliilonto ran
their track through the Harper's Ferry
property was given the company by the
Secretary of War, thirty years ago. It 1
claimed that this sale villa tei this permission,
and that two mile or tho railroad track,
being on tho mala road to ho West, 1 by
mere sufferance on tho land of prlrato
city, It will hitvalU security, .tc, guaran
teed by the Governments of both countries J
in return ror mi guarantee, anaior otner
aid, the United States vr 111 receive special
commercial advantages, tbe effect of which,
U Is hoped, would be to bring the people of
both countries la closer and mutually profit
able relations, and to diffuse la Haiti the
energising Influence of our civilization.
Tin Cocrt of Claims. The Court of
Claim meet oa Monday next, and It la un
derstood that a number of decisions will
then be rendered. Many most Important
cases am now pending la this court, of
which the cotton cases are the largest la
amounts Involved. All these cases are novr
suspended, awaiting the deelaton of the
United State Supreme Court on the cotton
case which bare been carried up on appeal.
The appealed case amount from two to
three minion of dollars The patent ease
of Htibbc), of Philadelphia, la also pcodlug.
This it a tUlm for tho rue of a holl-fuse
which was used both by the army and navy
during the war, and wa referred by Con
gresi u me conn, wun too unman era mat
the amount allowed shall not exceed one
hundred thousand dollars. The Govern
ment denies tho validity of tho patent. An
other interesting case before the court Is that
of Allen and Street, assignees of Major and
Russell, on account Of transportation daring
therrglmo of Floyd a Secretary of War
The Government claim that the bonds
which) were stolen from the Interior De
partment about that time went Into the pos
session of Majors and Russell, and shonld
be mad a set off to the claim.
Ctrl ra ttrli a tnaehuwaa Thai a Iwh
Mlhla aolkomay aaaduialr addraaa, aid last th.
i4 W Will
aa Fall partial
I do to corn nunc
oao of lh lariHt aad boal family Bawipapar
thla aolko may aod ihalr addraaa, ant last ttu
baata,w mak thla naparalUlvd nffr To ntk
J.TJfnp.VV HHOm M..B-W -.V.VW - " "
liar iot wU a,iud w will Madeilopayfoi
riiiaa i aiiponiaaiaraai
io io cotntuiic
pablUhad-all al fraabf mall Btadr, H
ampla. whteh wl
wait prmal, profaabl work, addraa
tbbtn i v.j . m"w Mrr.. -
WAMTBD-MBW AHD CABT OFF (JLOTblhO.
nid (IaM aad Bllvar. or aar othar arlltla ol
ralv. at tb nld-aatabltahad Horahaai PawB
j.vi. ia w.. vaa 41141. ai
THEBEWS BY CABLES
Th New Prefect of Ibo la-Th
Kmparor Defer tbe Bipmita
Will f lb Mlnlelrr-The Freedom
fib Prcw R;nlBd.
Pari. Jan. C Tho official Journal pub-
Usho a decree appoloUng Henry Chevreau
prefect of th Seine, llauimano ll relieved
of hi administration fu nctlons. This event
1 regarded as one of rrln; Importance, be
ing nre Indication of theTOWir of the now
The Emperorwas desirous of retaining tho
Frefsct. This Is proved by letter which
hi Majesty wrote to him, and which cetab
llahe the fact that the first act of Uo CabL
net was to ask the removal of this Prefect of
the Seine. Tho Emperor has a stroag per
Bonlt regard for M. nausmann, and hod
promised io main tain him, but thought u
proper to defer to the expressed will of the
mini i try. The letter of the Emperor con
tains expressions of his affection and his re
grets at parting with aa officer so nnlrer
Senator De Mampaahas demanded n la-
Testlgatlon of the domestic policy of the
Official permission ha boon granted for
the eale of the Rappel (radical organ) on
the ih eeta.
Ur.rou.iDBD Rumor or a Dbfalcatiob.
Early yesterday morning rumor was act
a Boat that F. A. Bo well bad absconded,
carrying with him funds of tbe corporation
variously eillmated at from 1150,000 to
1500,000. Later la the day It was common
"town talk," when our reporter set about
to asceitala what amount of truth attached
to the matter.
After diligent Inquiry It appears that ou
Monday morning last tbo Mayer gave cor
poration check on tbe First National Bank
for $3,000. The holder presented the chock,
when he was Informed that no such amount
wa In byik to the credit of the corporation.
Subsequently during tbe day, however,
the deputy collector deposited la tho bank,
180.000, when the aforesaid check fer
13,000 was duly honored. This circum
stance, It Is supposed, lyare rlio to the dam
aging rumor agalnit Collector Bos well, and
which. It la said, was kept la motion by the
ht political enemies.
Mr. Boswell left the city a day or two be
fore Christmas for New Bedford, Massa
chusetts, with the Intention of spending the
holiday among his relatives and friends
there, and was expected home on Wednesday
last. Upon calling at the collector's office
yesterday, we ascertained, through William
B. Chase, esq., deputy collector who has
bad charge of the office since the absence of
Mr.Boswoll, that there has been collected
for taxes from November 2,1809, to January
4, 1870, Inclusive, 6Cfi.018 &4, alt ol which
has been deposited In the First National
bank to the credit of the corporation, as
shown by tbe books at tbe collector's office.
Thus, tho grand abscondtog "bubbVMs
UoT.rqor WiiFnioath'. If...f
Ittip.rf.mi Bieonmi nil. (Ion.
It.n.wnl of Cbnrc. AKKln.t An
Niw Uuuu, Jan. C Tb a or t mot'.
mem; congntnUtn tbe Let.lilf.tnr. upon
tbe ImprOTed condition of pnbllo ftfr.lrl,
and the good fee!lag tmooff people of both
ncei. lie Ukei careful rlerr of tbe pollll
c.l eltnttlon and general proeperllr of the
State. Ho depneate. the depreciated Tain,
of tbe State boodi, and after, remtneof
tbe finance! and the material wealth of tbe
Slate, be uti there la no need, io far a.
abllUf It concerned, that ber bondi ihonld
ell for leet, than ptr.
lie itatet that credit doe. not depend upon
the tolrencr of tb. part? whoie icenrllle.
an npon th. market, nor npon the infu
clencF of arrangement to psj the principal
and InUrut at they accrue! both mnit be
proTlded for In amount and enrcty In
th. method, and tb. wlio ul. of State
credit, tuitahied bj Judlclout legislation and
admlrjttered bMthfal omcerl, U all that
It nocenarF In tbe premliei. lie attrlbuiea
tb. condition of the bondi to defectlro legit
Hon and the mal-odmlnlitrallon of tbe audi
tof of pnbllo accountt. Ho adrUci corpo
ration on tenet with Arkauiat, MUilulppI,
Louisiana and the General Oorernment, and
the aueilmint of a ipeclal tax for Ictcc pur-potei.
lie fators incouraccment or reaamio iroue
of Internal ImproTcmenU, public education,
and Immigration, lie beUeret that tbe Xew
Orleanl, HobUo and Chattanooga raUroad
and Ship Iiland canal will be completed at
an oarlr dajj alto, recommend! tbe Imme
diate repeal of tbe recent gambling lav. He
did not Ttlo the bill became It wit Intro
duced In the bod? of the rerenue bill, which
did not reach him until the Leglalatare bad
adjoc. sed, and could not be tcgrcgated nor
retoed wit boot defeating the whole Mil, and
enftarrasilnK the admlnlltratlon of tbe lawi.
A UU Ijii bora tnlrodnced repealing tbe
I law. It bit paitcd to 111 third reading, and
A Joint naolailon bai
LAJ50R VS. CAPITAL.
THE TELEGRAPHERS' STRIKE.
Tho Strikers Stand Titm.
IHCOOBAOIMZHT FROM ALL FOINT.
Conflicting Report! of Affaire
ElMtlon Bl.l. a! Lon.roril- MltlUrr
Clld onl Tbe renlan Kl.menl
Dtnux, Jan. 8 Irbb Journal, report
that during tbe Parliamentary elictlon In
Longford, which wal bitterly contelted and
attended with great excitement, the inp
porleri of Martin, the Fenian carudldate, and
the frtendi of Nugent, came Into colllilon
at Qulllt Hill, near Longford, a nd after a
ibarp fight between the parties, troopt ap
peared on the field and fired upon tbe Fe
nlans, who quickly dispersed.
A few men were wonndsd, but no one
wai killed. At last accounts there lad been
no farther disturbance, but propor- 7t.eau.
ticn. bad been taken to prerent a. renewal I will doubtless pan.
of tbe conflict. 1 been Introduced appointing; a commltteo io
Tbe FenlauelementUgreall' exasperated laacrUln what legislation It necettarr for
Tho strike among tbe telegraphers con
tinue!, and as will be seen br tb. dispatch cs
below the operatort appear 'tij determined
Id tbolr resolution to hold ont.
We hare a statement, through tbe Asso
ciated Trcsi, that the South has glrcn In
and gone to work, but Ihll ll flallj contra
dicted by tbe league.
From lb. dlipatcbea, published anl un
published, tbe league seems to bo gaining
members rapldlr. tbe Western Union bring
ing In country operator! 10 be taken Into tbe
league upon their arrlral In the ciuei.
The Washington striken held their usual
meeting during the day, and adjonrued
shortly after 10 o'clock. About noon they
were addresssd by Mr. B. W. Latham, tbo
cresldent of the National Laoor uelorm won-
Tentloo, assuring them that they bad the
sympathy of all tho working classes. ii
reminded them that they were placed In a
position which no other dan ol working-
men could bold, tbelr league emoracing,
ha lr.rn.il. nerl all tbe reallT competent
operator. In tbe United Stalest and It being
ihtu ntterlr out of the power of tho Western
Union Company to replace mem, in. wont
ing claiici expected them to stand firm for
their rights. II. prophesied ultimate suc
cess, and ul.1 raucu to euconrtge tbe
There arc some eight or ten operators
working tbe printing Instruments at Doston,
New Tork, Philadelphia, and Washington,
hlrli afford lb. Western Union more faclll-
His for th. transaction of business than all
tbe I'plugs" tbey hare succeeded In picking
no. Dut those four cities ar. the only onet
wrier, tb. orlntlor Instruments are used,
and tb. system eannct be exwnoi lor
want of competent operators.
C'tlirorels.d.Biandla. an laeress. of twe.ty
doll.r. on hi. a.t.r. ..n r.t o.lv f.n dollar.
tm... ..7'-:: :f- ..-..:. . .. .....-
.ui.i. in. r.., iiiuf, uni... 11 I. lurin.r
cl.ln.t tb.t this .onpaaF shall not b. r.
nltttilto d.tcrtnla. hew fart. .ore. Isr
..lisrt todnlt. builB.il. ..ii toloarfas. or
dlmtnt.rt II rron II m. to tiro. acoordl.ilF.
tsiftted) u ll iur-M an, Tre.sur.r
Information received at tbe office In this
city from all parts of tbo South It encour
aging to tbe company. Uperatort who left
tbelr poeltlont at Richmond, Charleston,
Augusta and other prominent points aro re
turning to duty, acknowledging that they
haro been misled. The company hare been
able, throngb tbo Influence Of a few operators
at their principal stations, to emptoy Its
through wire, to their reqolrod cepaclty
nlgbt and day. The vacant places aro now
being filled np. Tho company shows no
stgn. of yleldlug to tbo demands of the
TUB OT11EP. SIDS THE anOTS tTtTIVKXT
Tbo Washington League last night di
rected th. following circular sent out i
Ilisn.eaariti Tsifl.asr.i..' I.ti.rf.l
1-a.LOK HO .. WlLlibD.' HoTlt.
W i.nlia.n.. Jan B- laT-D 1
W bare reason to belter that a report has
been lent here Itil erenlof br the Associated
real in loo ni si mm mtmrfa.a ia "".mi-u
moothlr Itiallth tlirph ofllce threuj-h
over the defeat.
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of Laadaaa aoaalTa Va . barlaa r
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mad eornftUt rrmata for XBBPinO
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rlrtaaofa fartbar -Ar,
macaot laA liTial4Iail. cltrr Wahlito.
Dlatrlttof Colombia, aai bliac I hit pari f lot
a of a fartSM de .'4
iad Waal, oa Ihtpratnl. Oa VBIDAT.ti
dra a4 fo.tr . (n. in.r waUltv wrhla
th fvllowlBi niaaB4 bvasaat B?aiaiBf obw
ha of S,aih VMt" aiMal BUttB.iwaaly
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a as lLnA aria twvalr ft i tbBMal oatbaa
dr3 aai BlsiBrllaaaUritl)aiuili with
naM aiiaiwBBi(tr taaewitt(b pim ar
Th IaprotniU aoatlat of a Bw.r-li
TUr urr Brlcllltil, with a mi Blorrem
cb ih rL loor aai dwaulB' abov lit tlor
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noralae laal, ar a P-ailfaU ae or
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Ral Estato Agenti.
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l1 ItlAt. KHTATM AUSflCT OF
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prtra- rarkaiaBUrrlBdQ VlriUla
WANrBD Hoaia faralaUil aad aafaraUbajl,
or i ttaiDi
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HEAL K3TATK EXCHANGE BROKERS,
B, UKTWkBN SIXTH j
JOHN B. ABEIBOH,
linI UHTATE AGENT,
riratatrltut aad VBBkrlf BkUaTiao,
CHOICR BUILDtnO LOTI, oa Capllel Bill, tot
ItoOHKB AND torn la all pari of lbHrfor
aivaa r. iii-
(N. V, Mill.)
ONLY t)18 FER HALF DOZEN.
UANUFAOTUltED AT HIS
SHIRT AND COLLAR FACTORY,
431 K St., On. Door KastofS.y.ntb.
Sight Shirts and Under Oarmenti Made to
siiisTs nsnosoiiiiD, io era.
TA TTKnSS CUT, 60 OTS.
S p e c i a 1N o tic e .
lb cliliqu or lb DlalrUL art rc-PGUallr U
- fra.d Ifcal
ROBBRT FULTON & CO.,
Una reailr - iltt ar(asn.Dti f)l
Usriliandlu or ICT.rr Dexrlpllon
om or .1,000 inD otx ITU, riBCJJT.
Op.. ITXUT DaT llsbtars ba..pU4 rriMtl
b ib. ml r Obrlitu. tola on.. I. ill
UWRENCE oTdIETZ & CO..
IMroUTKim AMII DKAI.KI1H
FANCX OBO'UJ, noSIERT, CCOVKJ, iC
30S West Baltimore Street,
IETWEIR II0WAHD AND U1IBTT,
IlBCBPTIO'S OF THB PFBCYIA UlHtSTBB.
The first reeeptloa of Col. Don Manuel
Freyre, tbe Peruvian Minister, took place
oa Tuesday evening at hi residence, corner
of Fifteenth and II streets, and vas one of
the most brilliant ever held In this city. All
tbo Legations were represented, and many
of our most distinguished officials were repre
sented on this occasion. The parlors were
graced with the elite of Washington society,
and the evening passed moat agreeably.
Mrs. Freyre was untiring In her efforts to
entertain tbe guests i and the charming
' music of Madame Garcia and the daughters
M. Rati added much to the enjoyments of
Abut Matters. The 1'resldent has ae
ceptod tbe resignation of Capt. John E.
Blaine, military store-keeper, quariermas.
ter's department, to date from May 1, 1870
First Meat. Geo. A. EbbcU, unasslgned, De
cember 91,1600, Capt. Thomas F McEIrath,
5th United BUtes Infantry Second Lieut.
James W. Tanfleld, 93d United States Infan
tryvto date from January 5, 1870) Assistant
Sargeon G. II. T. F. Axt, from February 1,
1870; Assistant Surgeon Wm. F. Smith.
January 3, 1870.
Tho warrant of Superintendent Andrew J.
Kendall, of the National Cemetery, Natchez,
Wis., has been revoked.
Capt. Henry E. Alrord, 10th United Blateo
cavalry, has been transferred to the list of
unasslgned of officers of Infantry.
Cou fission sit Fahkb, of tho Indian lu-
reau, returned yesterday from Hew xork,
where be has been for several days past, at
tending to bushiesa connected with the In
dian Department. The custom which has
prevailed for some jeats of making contracts
ta the fAll or early winter for Indian goods,
to he delivered late In the spring or summer,
will not he followed this year. It Is believed
that In view of the fluctuating condition of
the market and the probable deoline In gold;
that these goods can be contracted for some
months later, on terms much more favorable
to the Government. Tbe goods required are
generally of a character which are always
in the market, and can be purchased at any
Naval Bill. The friends of the naval
staff corps have prepared a bill, which they
will submit to Congress next week, pro
viding that the active pay corps of the navy
shall consist of one paymaster general, with
the rank of commodore five paymasters
with tbe rank of commodore j ten paymas
ters with the rank of captain- twenty-five
paymasters with the rank of commander;
forty paymasters wlththe rank of lieutenant
commanderj forty passed, assistant paymas
ters with the rank of lieutenant, and thirty
assistant paymasters with the rank of mas
ter. It Is futther provided that officers com
manding stations, squadrons or vessels shall
always take precedonco.of all pay officers
under their command, and alt other officers
shall take precedence according to commis
sion and dato thereof. This Is called a com
promlie bill to settld tbo existing differences
In the rank the navy
" 8itst, ep poilte Post Office Dwtmiet
In liisrATcnxs recently sent from hero It
was said that Gen. Tate, tho Uaytlen Min
ister, was endeavoring to negctlata the ces
sion to this Government of the famous mole
St. KMioles as a naval itiUcm. The state
ment that a cession of any llaytlon terri
tory, either by sale or lease, was contem
plated I pronounced to be erroneous. Gen.
Tata Is endeavoring to negotiate a special
commercial or reciprocal treaty with this
Government, which Includes, among other
feaLnres, tLa estaUshmsul of a free com
m.rclal entrepot at tbe mole of fit. Nicholas.
That while It will remain, la fact, a naytlea
Washington has seldom witnessed a more
stylish and Imposing; marrUs-tv thaiAjKvf
Story, which was solemnized at Epiphany
Episcopal church yesterday. Tho large edi
fice was crowded to Its utmost capacity, and
the streets for several squares were lined
with the carriages that had emptied them
selves of tho beauty and elite of the city.
Tbe church was still freshly ornamented
with tbe Christmas trimmings, and the deli
cate tracery of green that decked the walls
and pillars was brightly defined by tho Ughts
from a hundred burners.
Tho bridal party made their entree about
2 o'clock, the groom and groomsmen enter
Ing through tbe vestry room in rront or me
readlnr desk, and the bride and her attend
ants oame np the centre aisle, and were
Joined at the chancel roll by their escorts.
The bride was, leaning on tne arm or ner
father, but changed to tnat or Ur. Story at
the same time with her bridesmaids. Bho
was attired la heavy corded silk with Jupe
and veil of delicate tulle, and her hair, veil
aod dress were ornamented with exquisite
trails of orange blooms and green vines.
Her attendants were drested uniformly lu
white tarletau, decorated with flounces and
panlers of the same, tastefully looped with
blush roses, the fame flowers adorning tne
hair. The gentlemen, of course, wore the
conventional black suit and white gloves.
Altogether, the queenly bride and her
beautiful attendants were objects of more
than ordinary attraction, by their nehtrtU
and finished toilettes. As tbe bevy or ladles
entered tbe middle door, the organ thrills.?
out tbe strains of tho Tannhauaer, which
ceased as the bridal party took: their posi
tions at the altar, the bride and groom In the
centre, and attendants ranging themselves
on cither side.
The marriage ceremony was performed hy
Rev. Dr. C. II. Hall, the former pastor of
the Epiphany, now at Brooklyn, Now York, .
who read the chaste and beautiful service of
the Episcopal ritual, which was distinctly
heard throughout the entire edlflco. Tbe
solemn rite ended, the bride was saluted by
the officiating clergyman, and the bridal
parj left the church, entered the carriages,
and returned to the residence of the bride's
father, on I street, where a brilliant recep
tion was held.
Tbe bridesmaids were Miss Cutts, sister of
the bride, Miss Freeman, daughter of the
late Colonel Freeman Miss Alden, daughter
of Capt. Aldeo.U. 8. N. Miss Campbell, Miss
StOBghton, Miss McCorkle, Miss Harris,
and Miss Clymer, daughter of Dr. Clymer,
of the United States navy.
Tbe groomsmen were Dr.Tyrou,U S. N.,
of this city) Mr. Henry Adams, son of Cbas.
Francis Adamst Mr. Thomas Ward, Drs.
Corliss and McBurneyi Messrs. fitralton and
Perry, of Boston, and Mr. F. Martin, or Al
bany. Among those present at the ceremony
were Attorney General Hoar, Senator Sum
ner, General Sherman, General Williams,
Colonel Robert Douglass, one of tbo Presi
dent's Private Secretaries) W W. Corcoran,
esq. George W. Rlggs, esq , and representa
tives from the "different foreign legations.
During tho reception, from 4 until 7
o'clock, p. m., the house was thronged with
Invited gnosis. A portion of Weber's band
was present, and the gay party enjoyed
themselves In dancing until tho time ar
rived for the departure of the bridal party.
Refreshments were sorved moit bounti
fully under tho direction of Mr Edward L.
Bavey, and the table presented an olegaut
appearance, being profusely laden with all
the dolicacles of tbe season.
Mr. and Mrs. Story left In tbo evening
train for Boston, tho future homo of tho
Neeaud l'ablle Cnffrrttv f Cbt
Eeamoaleat Caaell Tb OrKl
Rous, January ft. The second public con
gregation of the Ecumenical Conncll com
menced to-day, bat the ceremonies were not
on so grand a scale as those of the first open
ing, and tho number of spectators wsws
smaller. The Pope was present, but tbet-e
was no proceesloa to the hall, and no open
ing address was delivered. Mass wss cele
brate a, after which each father declared bis
profession of faith to the Pope according to
tho formula of Pins IV.
Thonghlts organization Is completed tho
council cannot yet promulgate its decrees.
The Pope continues In fine health.
Ioiprlint 3IOFrnB r rcenta
-PrzrM f lb Revolution.
Hatana, Jan. 25. A body of Insurgents
are n. ported moving towards tbe Canto
Abajo region, In the Eastern department.
Simultaneously with thla several, well
hundred men each, were seat to tho centre
of the Clneo Villas district. The reported
object of these expeditions Is to destroy the
cane-fields. There has as jet been no au
thenticated Information of tho surrender of
tbe 1,600 Insurgents.
There Is much sickness at Nueritoo.
It Is reported that the Insurgents recently
encamped at Glbora escaped In boats to
Ragged Island and Nassau.
Nothing nas ueennearaov uen. oieuo
since the 25th of December. He left Nsev.
las to go towards Cascorrt.
Tbe woods lmmduteiy la tuo vicinivyec
Pnerto Principe have been cat down, tkus
depriving the Insurgents of a place for at
Maruda Almagneb. one of the Insurgent
chWfi, has been killed.
Exchange la declining.
out th Month, BDtl that the men who bat
trunk bar rtutati to wot it
We bars reliable Information to tbi eon
traryt we know that the atrlke l reoeral
throufhout tba South, Inoludlnc Ml at,
Macon. Aucuila 1arfli.h, Moot torn erf.
Mobile aod Nw Orlef.e.Bbd lhat evefropa-
r,tm iha Ta.tt tilalalnn ha a IbImJ tba
trike Tba manager of the Hichmoml office,
and the Itit pron of that dlrUlon. left Ms
ofllea to-otght to join u.
BVFeCT or TOR BTRiKK i a uiu.r-.'-.i.
iw o hi tai. Jan. 0 The te'cirxaph
operators here and throughout Texas have
struck la a body, and seem very firm. They
havo encouraging reports from Alabama,
Georgia, and Florida. Connection with the
Cuba cables is cut off. Tho nonrecelpt tf
commercial intelligence taday seriously
Ueorsje roabodr' Wlll-The Rntry
I Doctors CotnniODB, lioadon
By mall from Europe we have the follow
ing copy of tho main provisions of (Jeorgo
Peabody's will, as taken from the books of
Doctors' Commons, London i
I, George Pcabody, gentleman, do make
thla my lait will and teetamenti
FIritly. I direct that mv remains shall be
sent to my native town of Danvers, now In
corporated by the name of Poabodv, In the
county of Esisx and Commonwealth of Mas
sachusetts, In that part of the United Slates
of America called New England, and bo de-
.,.. I at A .nnMnrlllllrl U. that
purpose In tba cemetery of. Harmony Grove,
I In Bai era, In said county, (near tbe Peabody
I town line.) under the direction of my execm-
I ft LAND OF BT. THOMAS.
St. TbomIs, December 30, via Hayava,
January 0. Rumors are In circulation that
the obstacles to the completion of the sale
of the Island to the United State have been
removed. Rut Utile credence Is given to the
A rrolest A K la at tbo Sato of
Hataha, January C Generals Luperoa
and Cabral havo lssaed proclamations pro
testing against tho sale of 8amana to the
United States, declaring the act Illegal,
and contrary to the wishes of the nation
and to the constitution, which forbids alien
atloa of territory.
LATE FOExnlON IHTELLiaEHOE.
(By FrenchCabls and Hassen's Hews I giney)
Pop at-iil too Dogma or loiaui
Madrid, Jan. 0-3r. u, Tbe ministerial
crisis contlnncs. Rumors prevail that tbe
old ministry will resume thtlr power, and
propose suspension of tbe power of the
Cortes of authorizing the establishment of
dictatorship for four months.
Tbe Imparclat states that two pistol shots
were fired at Serrano yesterday, wlthont
LotDO, Jan. 03 t u. A correspond
ent of the TVfui, writing from Rome, aays
the Pope will probably proclaim a dogma of
Infallibility by decree, not admitting an ap
peal to the General Council.
Madbid, January .-Tbe party who roi
low tho leadership of General Prim aro
strenuously opposed to the temporary dic
tatorship of Serrano, and aro exerting all
their Influence to prevent him from estab
Dt7itLiK, Jaa. 0 Midnight. A split has
occurred la the Irish Orange party In conse
quence of the expulsion of Galway, member
of Parliament, from the Grand Lodge.
Paris, Jan. 0 Midnight. Emperor Na
poleon has retained tbe prerogative to pre
side over ths Cabinet Council.
the relief of property-holders Includod In the
claims of Mrs. Mrra Clarke Qalnes. A
joint resolution passed to Its third reading
requesting the Federal Congress to acknowl
edge the belligerent rights of Cuba.
The New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Vlcks
burg Railroad Company has been organ
ised. This road Is regarded as very Import
ant, passing as It will through a rich agri
Governor TVormoulh sends a speelat me
sage to the Leglalatare, beginning! "It be
comes my duty to communtcato to your
honorable body grave charges against Geo.
M. W Ickllfle, the Auditor of PabUc Accounts.
Ills offences against the constitution and
the laws of tbe Bute havo seriously embar
rassed the Government and rendered It diffi
cult to pay tho interest oa the Stata bonds.
He has been guilty of numerous acts in
volving extortion against Individuals and
against charitable Institutions of Lhe State)
also Involving fraud against the Common-
wealth, and of collusion with erll-dlsposed
persons to defraud the same. He has ex
torted sums of money from the creditors of
the State as a condition precedent to, the
!. vi hbiibum Mjwuicnraey wero entitled
The Governor goes on to cite a number of
cases In which he charges tho auditor of
n is noun I.
Qov. MeClurn'a MtsaaK Tbo lNilliia
col Disability Question.
St. Louis, January 0. Governor Me
Clurc's mulatto calls attention to the peace
ful eouditlon of the Bute, and In view of
this fart aiks consideration of the expedi
ency of removing political disabilities from
those who participated In the rebellion. It
does not think it necesssryto amena tne
constitution to effect this, as the constitu
tion now provides that the Legislature may
remove such disabilities after January 1,
It recommends that this be made a ques
tion for discussion la the canvass next fall,
so that candidates for the Legislature may
ml oi compeiens opertawrB. iwwutmc.j .aw.su..,.-.,
if th mMratara aUnd firm and wo karo 1 tors, hereinafter named.
the company will bo forced to luomll, or the
public be compelled to submit to a Terr largo
curtailment of telegraphic facilities.
-nAn.au... ..au it.r. otianTCns.
The following Is the substance of some of
the messages received by the Lssgnei
Nsw Obi batts, Jan. d.-Operators al out
but one, who remains to finish np back
Louisvillb, Kr -Jan.. Mecibers all
oat i citizens offering scsslstanosi Ixteen
memoes jomea 10-aay.
Straccss, Jon. 0. League organized to
day. Western Union appealing to country
operators with no success, and papers can t
Ebjb, Pa., Jan. C One rat left Western
Union office i monsirar now nmnlna- the
Tbrrb IUuTB,Jau.C Uo are fighting
It ont on the.old lino. Ten brarts Joined us
Cdicaoo, Jan. 0. .'o shall publish a
statement denying bogus reports circulated
asserting a cessation of the atrlke. Offers
for settlement will only bo received by the
Grand Circuit la New York.
FiitLADBLrniA. Jan. 6. Very little busi
ness offering to the Western Union office.
BirFALO, Jan C.SIje men at work born
"BOiTO, Jan. 6. We aro stopping recruits
and sending them homo.
Bostok, Jan. 0 Rutland, Yt., and Filch.
burg, Mass., have gone out.
Clstslasd. Jan. 6 All firm as a rock.
Nine members added. We credit nothing
from Western Union sources.
New Tqbk, Jan. 06" p. m. Our meeting
this afternoon was addressed by Mr. Troupe,
a member of the executive commltttee of the
National Labor Union, and by Mr. Brown
Inn, aecretarv of tha aome ortanliatlon In
tho Slate of New Tork, In which they
tendered us tneir neanysympainy ana unau
olil innnort. If reaulred. of tbelr oreaolia-
tlnn. All Dreiect are la .rood spirits and
stand firm. Reports of full force ana recruits
arriving at 145 Broadway aro false.
New Ohlxavb, Jaa. 6, Atlanta went out
this morning. Augusta and others fall Into
line to-nlBhU Texas Is dead. Oalreston
and Houston In full force havo gone out.
KrerT man out here.
NAsaTUXx.Tsi.,jAD, 8 We art) firm
as a rock.
Ihduiiafolu, Jan. 0. Wo stand firm.
We will not budge an Inch.
Chicago. Jan. 8-RerjorU that the Union
Pacific rood wUl old the Westorn Union la
Miss Jblf. of Elizabeth, N. I., owns up
to being an old maid. She has just passed
her lOith birthday.
Tn Congressional Committee asd tub
Gold Com she act. There will be no ses
sion of the Committee on Banking and Cur
rency of the House of Representatives until
Tuesday next, when the committee will be
called together at Washington. No steps
have been taken branyof tho committee
toward Investigating tho gold conspiracy of
September last, except Inquiries by ladl
vMaal members, and no witnesses have
been summoned or la anyway notified that
tbelr attendance Is desirable. When tho
committee ! called together It will be deter
mined whether tbe lnreitlgatlon shall be
conducted la Washington or In this city.
This may be considered as semi-official, and
those who have knowledge of the gold coo
piracy may rest sstlsfled that they will not
te aiaiurnea icr some aays ai icaii.-.A i
run la part, at least, npon this Issue. It op j bombast. The Brotherhood of Engineers
.. . ... . .-! ... ... I A In ..miutli. with n. mnA il.ol.r. Ih..
potea a conrention tor iaa rcTuiuu ui ...
constitution, but recommend! inbmltllnn; to
th. people a proposition to allow negroes to
rote, and another striking out of the con
stitution of what it known at tho "double
AsH4roi.ll, Jan. 0. The Legislature It
fall organlxed. The Goiernor'i mesugt
U now (3 p. m.) being read.
S.lnnr. f Ao.th.r Cnbnn T....I.
Omui-rov, Jtn.. The steam jnebt
Anna, Captain Boatmen, for Nassau, from
New Tor, put la hero under stress of
weather, and upon complaint of tho Spanish
Contul was selied by tbo custwn-house
aulhoiitlei. Iler pusengen and crew were
Col. W. C. ltyan, tho Cuban filibuster,
and it ton of den Cospodet wero among
On Wednesday erenlng the Anna wot
brought to th. wharf.
Tbi) pastengerl and most of tho crew hare
taken, rooms at the hotels, and are waiting
the malt of tho telxure.
Thure wts no armament aboarl', and the
Anna had regular clearance paper! from the
Caitora.Uouie of New Tork. Uor passen
gers were booked for Nassau, and declare
that they were entirely unrreparod for any
aggressive morement. The cas will tie
heard Tuesday morning,
Latest Tel.trraptile nretrill...
Qenerals Hanks and Burnilde arrlred at
New York yesterday on tho Java, from
Dr. C. 8. Manchester and wiro were ar
retted in St. Louis yesterday for kidnapping
a little girl named Burnham from Weston,
Applications haTO Uen made to tho Span
ish Cortes to lndorso a dictatorship to last
for four months.
Puerto Cabollo, la Veneiuela, Is again
open to commerce.
Mr. Motley wal robbed In Loudon on
Wednesday night of property valued at
It It rumored Ifcat there will bo two prlie
Ughts near Illchmorad before the expiration
of the present month.
The sum of ISS.Ca). recently collected
from the Chesapeake and Ohio canal, has
been paid Into the Virginia Blew treasury.
ii. -n.vn w..Tven Got. Walker has
granted a respite of thirty days to Alexander
Gardner, the negro convicted of tho murder
nr jnh. n.v.r .nit Ura. Stewart. In New
Kent cou.ty, ud sentenoed to be bung on
maty, tne ttq met.
Mist Kxi-uxiawas ofJiiodlU.OOO.gold,
to sing lath, opera bouso recently built by
the Viceroy uf Egypt to celebrate tbe com
pletion of lUe,uet Canal.
are In sympathy with ua, and declare they
win not ao inis.
Saginaw City and Say City, Mich., went out
BorraLO, Jan. 0. Ooe man from the
Montreal line wat discharged for refusing
to work for the Western Union. Wo will
ntrer return, work until all th. meu are
. .. T A ltsl.. n.M m.mlwM
Iolnod ua to-day. Meeting now in session.
Inn aa a rock.
FmLlDiXFHlt, Jan. u. roar new mem
bers Joined u. to-night. Th. butlnest com
munity are with at, and offers of assistance
ITaTKbTXIT XRObt TH 0MP4HT WHIT 00-
cubucd tx cauroajtia xncotmaaiita
xx s ron THicoura,! vaou tuk soutk.
The following It faraithed ut by th. At
The following haa been received In this
Xaw Yota, l.n.Hr !
r a x raLr. arj.a..r 0 ijii Ir-i.(.oio
Itmct. ITtlttrn Vtn Ttl'trap ftrtnpa.ir
I. Bo.riv. urncs. I
lUB.fl.DW-aT. Htwjoaa. )
TeTa4T.L!Ci rilMth. .ubll.atioa tbi.
moral.c .1 Dm eard, slxa.4 br tb. onia.ra ol
tbls .oeuta.r. -.xplalalof tb. elnumataocs.
out or wblah the alrlk. ef opratora arcs., a
lull and detbllsd slatsti.at of what ee.urrtd
- 41.11ln.l. tVaaa Kau.it .n-l.ll.r! from th BBBB.
pani'i RBt, Mr Munlrd- It Is as fol
low . .
ADOUl the DIMM O WbjSlaVf,ouiii4u-
Undent aamble, desiring to redjft lb eoa.
neoiatloo of th emplojcea at Han Kr-ocUoo
according to the Talus of thatr Brrlea,eve
notloeto two operators that alter Januarfl
their salaries would be red used from eiM to
HIS. a month, and to a third thai his salary
would te looraaiea iron iw to mum".
Wn. 01 -TJ Uiu uroaa iirccv
AIIJl. .nr In Ih UTentfif hla deciuae. to
rrrt ?-:" t.t:v. j... . .1
hlS Witt, JUOU1U. WCBll ana, lQl-uo c.ru ui
her decease, to his surviving children.
Thirdly. I give and bequeath to Thomas
Perman, of Old Broad street, London, the
lomof Xl.OOOi and, la tbe event of bis de
cease, to hit wife, Annclto Emma Permaoi
and, la tbe event 01 iter acceaac, o m mi
Tlvlng children. And I empower my execu
tors to pay the above-named legacies within
six months after ray decease, and free from
any tax, duty or charges whatever.
Fourthly. I cUo and bequeath to the Light
Ja.. .... ih. Amoplrnn mln Inter
Hon. in. b fir. j&raci for tho tlmo be tne 1
at the Coars w Qtafford North cote, Bart.i
the Right noa.&ii -Dion, Bart., and
Sir Curt I j Mlranrfa f. -nt.tt)c at the
Juntas Spencer Morgan, esq , . aors,
Peabody donation fund, and their sntw
truitees of tha said fund.tho sum of of 16y,-
000, upon trait for the building of lodglDt-
" iuf .no tauariDg poor Ol JjOnaon aa
defined In ray late letter to tho said truitecit
and I direct lhat tbls legacv bo considered
a part of tho second trait, and disposed of
In accordance with the said trait. And I
direct that my London executors shall of
the said sum of Jul50,(XX)pay to said trustees
of the Peabody donation fund 10O,0u0 on
tha flrat Mnnda ntii-A) wa'9ea- .ua
labor aod responsibility increase, and I there
for deem It essential that another trustee
bo added, who will have tho necessary tlmo
and possess the requisite knowledge of all
iaa. may do neeaea ror toe saccciiitu prose
cution of tbe trust. Wlthont aMumlairto
dictate to the trustees, I would mention tbo
name or iaar.es need, esq., ai. i, wno u
well known to me for his high and moat
honorable character, as a moit suitable per
son io nil ma. oiuce.
Fifthly. I nominate, constitute, and ar
Eilot Sir Curtis Miranda Lampaon, of 80
aton Sqnsre, Plmllco. Middlesex, and of
Kowtant, in tno rarisn oi wono, suisex,
Baroneti Charles Reed, of Erlsmead Honse,
Hackney, Middlesex, esq , M. V i George
Peabody Russell, of Salem, Essex, andSUU
of Manachuietti, United States, esq i R.
Stneletou Peabody, of Rutland, In the State
of Vermont, counsellor, and Charles W.
Chandler, of Zanesvllle, In the State of
Ohio, counsellor, executors of this my last
will and taitament. fall anthorlzlnff sold
Curtis Miranda .Lampson and said Charles
lined, causa my jxmaon executors, to oc.
Independently of said George Peabody Rus
sell, sold It. Singleton Peabody, and sold
Charlca W. Chandler, called mv excouLjrii
and X also authorize my American executors
load Independently of ay saU London ex
ecutors that Is to scy my London execu
tors to nave run management ana control oi
my real and personal estate In Eos-landrand
my American execuvoriuiuaTeniii manage
ment of my real and personal cstato hi
America! but It Is my wlio. and hope that
all my executors, both London and Ameri
can, may act together with the otramt hor
moiT for the beat Interest of the etUtc.
Sixthly. I direct that all and each of toy
executors aforesaid bo exempt and eicuicd.
from giving bondi to any court ot nugti
trate orotfcerwlie for tho perforraanco of
Ibelr duties or offices as my executor.
Seventhly. I give and bequeath to the
said Sir Curtis Miranda Lampson and said
Sir Charles Reed, 3,000 each Cot their scr
nakloff an tnsraaie In the aicretat oonipeo
..tlnn Ar ha thraa Ala B BtiOtlth. AttlOt 01
Lteie BOtieea, aa i euppoMo, in jpuTBtwia -
H&a Fraaelaeo ualtedla preseotlac a hdul
.i..l.u.nhl4h thar aikail ta hlil BdODled.
Io lil schedule thetwo aalarUs which Mr,
of ealarlea whleh they asked to hare adopted,
t. ... ..haiila. Ihilan aalarla which Mr,
flaablebad propoisd to redue remaloedaa
before, aad an focreais of (our others wss
"Mr. DaaJoTaford eo Tar aiisntad to tba achalute
Tato mak no reduction of islarlei, aad al
lowed a portion of the propoad lacreaie. It
.. H.iminrAtntKt tha otxratar that
the foroo lnlka.! otnea waa latf r thaa waa Ju
tlflU by the ata. InUhed buslaeas. the nuaber
of raeiiareB balo.V less than usual and ths re
ceipt! itchier. IBDl'i"'" , i iiT.
mlttao thai nor - wr ""''.' -
were strictly a8sas.rr. To ?. .ho force
tbua Into barnoay wrv1 th wanls of the bus.
nru, two men were dliUitd, but thei were
not the men whocs salac'es Mr "Me had
la tho flnt laalanee propoAt to '" ".
aalarles of th taea riia.'iM ."?.tn,d'
Alter tut- ituiiuiiuifui .u ,!. b -t th.
tlooed.a fourth man refused w2 ttn
cneuuiB price. aninwuB.i i. - , jz-
hllherthanbehaderer Lf Jrw ttt(.-J-
of this eUteof thlnj th strike aiwu' The
fact tbua apllad fully sap port MC.V""1!
ford's orlf tnat tatmaot. that he had roeU. cee
no aalarl. and bad no lutantloa of doing a
H had, lnfact,lDeraaed them npoathe petl.
tlon of the operators theaaalvee. Tbe only
man who appear to haralaft basaa ha wai
diatlaU with his 6QopBaatlon refucad to
Eighthly. I glvo and bequeath to the
said Geon;o Pcabodv Ka-icll, H. Singleton
reabooy ana unas. inanaicr, my Amer
ican executors, JE3.000 each.
Ninthly. I give and bequeath to tho aald
George Peabody Russell, H. Singleton Pea
body aad Charles W Chandler all the rest,
residue and remainder of tbe property, both
rent and personal, of which I shall bo pos
sessed at uy decease, or which may after
wards come or fall Into my estate upon trust
to sell, exchange or retain, and the Interest
accruing on tho same, to dhlde semi anna
ally (reinvesting the same In the case of
minor children) among tho parties named as
beneficiaries lu the family trust, of which
Messrs. J. M. Uecbe, a. i. uana ana d cu
dlcott Peabody are trustees, according to tho
proportions oi tne su-ns auoucu iu mcu
sold trust, or such other proportions as 1
may hereafter prescribe to tncm, my aau
la witness whereof I, tho said George li
body, declaring this to be my lait win ana
testament, written on iotbi. pa" i'-m.
havo hereto set mr hand and seal, this IHli
da of September, UtW.
JKUUgai J. BtAinjLJi
work at an adracce on bis salary of 110 a
la reilitanao to a reduction of wai
Tha atrlke. than. 1 not. a lbs oicra
area, aen era I
or special, but In support of tbe slain of an la
dividual who .alary has been railed, but not
to io high a figure a be desired.
It cannot be denied, in view of all tbe clr
cutnitaocti. that the whole body of striken
throughout th Union hsre lefi tbelr work
with tha view and purpoas of subjecting the
buaincis of the satire country to delay and
derangement, became some John Smith, U
T 1 1 trap tit e Haniniary
Bv tub weekly statement of the officers of
tho Bank of England It appears that the
.,... a tinlllnn In th ValUaE haS US'
creased 100,000 pounds itcrllnir slnco last
Tukrx are rumors that uItQ a lerlous riot
has occurred near Longford, la Ireland, at
tended with loss of life.
Tux i' I iftH GilittUt ot lioodon. yesiur
day recelrcd 1,131 words (nearly half a col
umu) of Mn. Btowe'i raper, by the cables
a wonderful specimen of English enterprise
Their correspondent had tho extraf agaceo
to add tho followlngi "Hero In America
public Indignation at tuocouaucioi 'in
Blown la this mailer bat only been Intensi
fied by tall 10-cauea acicucc.
Advici". havo been iccclvcd from I' "to
Rico to the 30lh of December. Tho uptaln
General of the Island bad rocorercd lie
wai poUoned with rerdlgrls. by "ting meal
ti-at bad boon kept in a roeul box. Tho
Don." market It orerstocUJ
TlUuk " the week Just iwl a 1M, out.
,,,', Tbearaonulln Ihevaultt fes
SrdiywM S1.800.01W franct lest than ialt
TADufx lito lustbcentcccIiedatMad
,n from New tvo.'. "Wtl itato that the
Cab!li.rrccllort k,H,U.n .ndrt by order
of the e ubaa Junta In i ew orK
FiuaNOB at Havana la -loK'