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WASHINGTON CITY. D. 0., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1870.
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BTCOOPKIt I.ATIHRR AnftTa,
(aaoaasora to Jamas U. UaOuIre kUo4)
Houihwrst eoraar of PeaoBylrar.la artnui aad
iimtwMLwi will MIL
1 Kaabo Co.TiaaaorU caTSfaad Stf-al.
lay KoliMi aphoUUrtd U iroaa
tWftUil -arMa-lop Chambar liUta.
Walial Wardrob-a, 9prmt Rada
rlal lAaaluB tHala if a hi a fhaUa
3 "aiaaiatarwaMao. a.roTiirvroi.Bl Wara.
... .-..." vviT.T "'.- -j:-" r".--:.-
lair aad ttaik MtUmiH, rsatiar IHIawa, ta.
i . LnHi i asitf
j Moraiaf Ulory Imta aad raqalaltas.
Crock ary aaa cria-r-rara
wa would aU Iba atiaatioa of oar aaalamarB
Bad tba pablla that lha abova foods wars fi
"'Mifi moatat aiaea, aaa aa-a aa-ar
llaau for rant,
ItAAPIl J. T.aTfaf KB.
tltacltl , AatUaBBtra.
BT COO I' EU a LATIKKR, AUCl'Ca
f Sueeesaora to Jas. O. MsOulfe A. Oo.) .
laatbtra.tmatr of PaaarylraaU a?aa ead
TR"TErililtRF TlLOlRtR IMPROVE
RBtu.kitaia. jii, mil
r-t iiy Virtue op A deed op trust,
Efldat-llfaaUldar of Aacaat. iSuO, aid daly
JKA-terirdad In Llbar ft. O, E. No 4, folio ST4,
iaa or Iba Ual roaoraa for Waahlaatonooaaty.
tilrllf Cotanbla, I afaall aa)l HOBDAY.
Ua 31 it day ol JoBBary. Isvu. at U iltkp.
ra.. ...a prBiw4 ail mil r-iaso r pa rial l
Lad am laa aial aid at iu natiata Utaaah of lb
ruum9. oaias roruaa iraci ai ii
tuaalr caarad t Ellta 8lalapar toLhat with
Tanuai tboaiaal dUara ch btltatata
wi attliaf aala
llO&ATliI M. UILB1RT.
BT COOPER I.ATISIKII, Anri'n.
(Snateaaora to Jaa. O. MeOalra At Uo.)
iaalawaal aaraar of PataTWaal aTaaaa aa4
llavaatk atraat. Bur 0a Balldla.
F rlrtaaof adaadof traaldaUdlbaSib dar f
pramlaaa. at 4 'alock. p m Lata aanbarad
iwBtrtaa.tXvL("a"y"1' t1 aadlwaaly
foar. (14.) U vrtlkaa BabdlvNIaa of prt of
aara aaaiband al knadrad aad thlrlfMr.
Iih lot fraata tl faat I laahaa oa Kaw Jaraar
aaaa. aad raaa back ta a 10-foot allaf , aad ata
t j ai
Inpratad wllb f rama balldlaia.
naB . vita n mn avra.a.vi j t
Tba ajBaalaaara4br aalddaad af trait, aad
la par wbUb tba ahTa atla la adrartlaad. la
ai.ax,liblDUratrroM Jaaaarrl. !. aad tba
omI acaralac br vlrtaa of ibla adartactaaat
Tar-ait C'aaht bal tbaTniawa r-arrta iba right
ta aaaka atbar larai at iba llaa f iala
FJtKD. W. juKU.
JaalS 4 la AactUaaara.
DTVoorEtt LATinr.lt. Atirtr
1) (Saeeaaaorf toJ.O.Medulrah.UO!)
boBtbwatt aoraar Taaa. ar. aad Klavaath atraaL
TRnSTXI'MSALIt OP VALHABLR IVPRflVID
Jaaarr. A tt
aad K, Wo T. roll SI. afdat iba mm
i T. Folio tU aad ai lha r4Ml of the
BA1URDAY. iba sand dy f Jaaaarr
iau .L !.. A A.lA.lr. n H
tna aoioafMroaioraor.i win ,-
aV iw. uaj Jv of JaaBBfT. A. V
970. ob tbo prmU-o. at 4 o'alotk.p m . mii
iaborodiwaiy ao (U.I lwa17-.ll (A)aa
waatr-atrao if.) WUkaa aMlMoa rf part a
o-.ri aaaibarod als haadtod aad thlrtrfvai
aambaradlwaa'T la (U.I lwalT-all (A) aad
mmm Tnba4T -la J baadiad aad tblrtr-ar
'Jfa. i.atuiO I. .V.. a. a MM fraata 1
IiMI Vt MB Bllar ' . " - ...
RrMiSU.ht.et KnnhCtlmt intioutrt
tt tmttti iMinl br t. .tt ( Intl. u
bpT htk ""t tbo.t tlt It MTtitltt. It
(till, llh Itltrttl foo Jt7 1, II , ttd Ikt
BT VOOrERat IATIf ER.Antra
(SuecMota to Ja. O. MeOulre At Uo )
laatbwaat Coraarof PaaaarlTaata araaie aaa
TRDBtlR'B FALROF VALUARLt IMPBOVBD
Hill Tebtatj.. oil tio-Tii oTRisr WKar.
Dr TlHaeef adaadof treat baa Mac dataoalbo
llBtaoa.h dayof aaaarr. A. i,ir
oordad eanoaaitae laad rooordaof W ablia'p-
too eoaoiy, latao Olatrlcl o pulaaibia, 19
LlbarT aad JLaambara. folia t1i,U .aadJEB.
by dUaot'aa af Iba party a-tat ad Iharoby. wa witt
Mil, at pablla aaatrwa, la froat of tbo praialaoa. oa
TUbaOAY. tbo Hik day of Fabraarr ah at
rkHau loatniava oifx! wi aivaaa
ilrlac aad bolag la tha jald city of Waab
ladkBowBaadooMrbadaabalaaapartof kaaa iaaiw at IWI aad laralraaaa.
r,H laarocordod aaWUlatoacf Bqaaro as
.raAthrao baadrad aid Blaalr-alaa. 1309,1 a
iac eoatalaad wlthla tba ntata aad boaada f
Uwtafi hoalaalag for tha same at apolat oa the
llaa of "Jiribth alreol wo-t "oao baadrad aad
eUiytve (flo) faal aofib. from Iboaoalbeae era
ejraerof ealdaiaare. aad Ibeaae reaalag aorib
r als, t
ra or n"wi
theooooaat to tbe place or M
boiae laproaaby a good aad
atorv Brlaa lloato
awry ami nun .. i ..... .
Ternaefiatet Ota third Mi tbo baUhaola
alx aadlwalyotaoatbo. wttbUUrrai.taboi-cBr-d
brdaedef'ra-lea tbo pr-rnUaj cold, aad If the
tarma are at eotopllad with la ti dart after iba
eale. the IraatoeeraMrf e the rliht ta rteell, at tbe
rlah aad coat of tba Sr.t parebaaor, afur eao
a aotlflo. All eoBveyBBctag aad rata-
itaaito at ejt of parahaaeri aad a depoall or
raa aouaraniBM oa nu iiiiiiimvi
1IEHRT A. CLARKE.
)Y TOOrER ItATIMEO,
T a Ultra. it av iiaiinr.ni ancrrii
(Sueeeeeora to James U. Mouulra A Uo ,i
Ihweil eeraer of Peaaiylvaala arenae aad
TATUlRfB IMPROVED RIAL ESTATE OK
Vaderaedbyylrtaeef two daade eft rail, from
Wlllla-tUaliiar toua. roordad raapeaUyaly la
Llbar T bad t, ko S. tfollo 4. -al Liber f al
vr arHaar flUttiu. uoaii ruttbiu
aaa h. ao u, roue ji oi iuo nit ur
raaorA for tbe eooBty of Vfatblagtia, la IW
tha Dlalrlal .f tfulamKla. I arlil nlT.i fn H-J
fa. at pablla aaailno, b NpHDaY. tbs
MSlkdayorJaaiary, 1170. el t'elotk. P ta.. la
froat of the praalaaa, to lha btgbaat bid") if. ell
Ibalparoalof groaBdalteaielelbo eliy of Vreih.
laxloa. la aald OlatrleUUlar pail of Lot Mo S.
la Hqaare Bo 4J3, aaejrdleg to tbe gr Bad plat of
aaldeliy, ad daarlbed aa Aillowat Ilaglaalaf al
a pel at oa Sovailk atrael weal, dUtaal tweaty.Ira
VbiiMtaoaiB irou too aeruaaai eoraar or aaio
oltraaBlar tbeace aoath vltb (be Ilea or aald
atraolSSfooiSiaekeat thaaca woei 09 foal S laehai
to the roar llaeoraald lol theaee aorrh SS foal S
iBahaeilheaaaaattfiereetsiaibea to tb pelal o
b eta alag.
lonaaofaalet Oee third of Ike parcbaae mosey
oaah, raildae la Seed U moatha from d.roftala,
wlthlaUrttt. The paribaaar to alfo ble prom
laaorr "" oaaBrad by deed of trdat oa Ibe prop-
VI. I. .v. aaa ii.iih pa,
time of aalo. All ooa-oya
llrilofaaUdajdiofirnM u 01 0 0, wUh letraat
the wb from Why 1. l'l. aad a adar the a-eaud he
eumef 0J0. with laUraalfrgu Joly L !
, ,a .. ..COpriRktATniE-K'
Jail eo Ad tlurl AaaUeaeera.
l)TC001aEU dt I.ATIMKU, Au-rTaT,
i (Suoeeeeora to Jai. U. JueUulra A Uo ,)
Bbalbweil eoraar of Praaaylraala aveaaa aad
TRflE BALI f)f VALUABLE If NIK-
TJta-T. DBrWBEN VERUOBT AVENUE
AMl altf-rn STHKhT WEHT, IX TUB CITY
OF WAbtJlHQTOIl f
. By elriaeof adaad af trail, baarlac dtta oa
Ktbdayor Movembor, A. U, lbt. aad racoidad
amoBftbe Land iteeorda of waiblBatua caitr,
iiUUlct of Uolambla, U Llbar T aad K, Be fl.
of the f irt Oo-oparai
yst, atao'eloakp m . all tb
groead aad pramUaa lylagaa
eltyof WaliliigtoB.aBa kaow
bole a part ef lot Baaibrael tb
BBBiberod three kaadrad aad a!
IraAaad alvt nuiiHRI
three 491 Ib aqaire
(rJlf-et froat aad raaalBi back oae baadrad aad
fty.thre(UJ)feettbieol3) laih a, the deftbef
fermeof Relet Oae tbM eaabi
ma or Bala t Oae IfeirJ eaeb. (of which lt&
be pa d at the time of eaie.f aed the bale act
la ala aad iwale luwatbi, Wllb laWreat to ba
aaenridby deed of tiu.toa the preiuUa eold.aed
if thaUrraiarenoi oompllad wlthladfedeyaar
iortbeiale. thetrattearoierTe lha rlabl to aaall
ii vntvuaaar. Biter flae
mijuwiw coons LiTiuu'Vw!;
ROB VT OOP FIiITflrpRTl.WiI.MJT PARLOR
FUKBtlTlJllt TAbuflO.. '
f 0 THpKIDiT UuCMSO MIXT, J'
Flt-lBali-aai .ai-lb. oaa J
rauBic. oaias roruaa at iraci ai iaaa
mi farad U Calbarlaa hUlai br Paalal Laa. bf
daadbMritf dtaDetimbr, A D 1MT, atdra
Cardad U ttbar J. A, K . follaa H aai X, of
tba laad raaarla for Wathlactoa toaalr, la aU
Vlalrtel, batUalaraa lha Aiariboreaih rod,tt
UiltitaBaoMrlTaparba framk atoaaplaead
aithaaoarhwatoTBara aatd trftalef laa 4, a ad
raaatacbaa tolfaa adlbllaatharaof. aaaaawa
a plat of Mid tract, n ad br Lawla Carbarr pb
lla aaraer.fuf Wabla(lua aoaMT. aid da
tMbadlftdadtald Ls)tdabv V.F, Cm,
aad dat rtaordl, a4 tirtklag H atxib llaa at
autba dliiaaea from tba wt aid a (harxtf aa U
laaiada Ifiy aaraa af laad. aad baiaf lha wmi por.
tiaa af aaa baa trad, nlaa aad oaa bird aaraa.
ana farad brth aatj La t iba alt Calbarlaa
Rtalac aad iba ama wh eh ta aald Caiharlat
Kliiafl eoaravad br daa4 datd tb Iih dar of
Wplambart tsa, rarardad la W hltftaa calr
arraald, la Llbar J. A I fa. Il, t ltaa 11 aad
ipiie aociioB. ib rroai or Ibe
AY.tbollbday of Fabni
at pleee ornaica)
d till la Ibe tali
a aad deeribadaa
VALDADURIitlfTATi OH OIORaiTOWN
Br vlrtaa af a dd f trnt txartat; data a Iba
iivmannii v. I'm, aaa aoir raanra
D altaattd a OaorgaUwa
Halchta, tadboaadad a 'i.lawai Ulaal ata
h.ll aa tLaAAklltA r .. .1
dredaadMtaatrUTO)iaiBoth af tba aaatbaaat
aoraarvf Road aad CaBiraaa atraata. aad raaalac
thaaca aoB.b with aald llaa af Ooagra.a alraat oaa
iiaadrad aad w faal all laahaa. nwra ar Iaaa. to
aaafaBelBr(lBtlaiaAT rtTiaaa itanpa at
I tar. ABctloBtar.
1Y COOFCIt A I.AT1HF.U. Anrt'ra.
lJ (Suattiiora to 3m. O. MoOnfra fc Uo ,)
BoafhwMt orar ef rriaarivaala artaaa aaj
Tknrrs:"Mjiii.s of Y-rnABMi improtit
KB At. BRTATB Of fllXTRBRFH flrRKKT
WB4T.lfwEBR NORTH KAinJlttTRtBTV,
IB THK CITY or WASiUKyTOif, '
tfl Br Tlrtaa af tw ddi 0 trait, datad ra.
Ei4r-tlraly oa lb lltti dir of Fabraarr, A.
VTlVt aad tba JOth dar at SapUmbor, A, C.
1WV, aad rtaardad la Ltbara T aad K. aambari
aavaa and alalaaa. fallaa 411 tit anw aad Ul at u .
aad by dlraatloaol
TraaBrarafiba Flrat io.
HMlatlaa. will aall fa
inh of Ih
haprain1, at pablla
WKDS11DAT. Iba OtH dar of Fabraarr mail, a
Wdpramliaa. Irlaff aid balar la Hiatal J llr of
blailoa, and kaowa aad daacrlbod aa balar
eiooK p. n,. au iDAtM-raar mraaior troaa.
part of lot aembrrad IjrantTt tlUilla qaaraaaro
varaa on aaaarai. aaa aianirioari tlM.I DfflO'
aad raaalaf thaaaa aoath bIobc Wtt aiiiaaath
B.roaiMTamiaatii)totBaaaiB tlliaakaat lbBr
wal aaa kaadrad aad alx uuel foal aad als it
laabaai tbnea aorth aaraaioaa tu) foat aad alt Ut
laabaai aad tbaato aaat aaa baadrad aad all (100)
foot aad alx it) lachaa. totbaplaaaof bailaalai,
tba MBio balai tnTtroiad br a food aad aabaUatUl
two atorr Frama Ifoa,
. TariBaofSaiai OaaiblrJ riah, ofwbltb HOOnaat
baMtd at Iba lima of aaK aad tbabalaaaolaalx
aadlwaUa laoatbo, wlih lalarait. to ba aoaarod br
aaaai irn.i aa ina praniaoa aotaraBa.il IBB
tarmaaroaolaonpllad With la flra dra anr tha
ul. iba traalooa raaro tba rlabl to ro-aall at
latniaaaafiMVi tno nroi porcnaifr aiieOB
raraaelng bbJ rarao lUmpi at porcbaM ra eo-t,
Hk!fK A. CbiKKE
wit. till i ficMwinr.
1)T WJ1. IH IV A LI. At CO., Aurla.,
JJ New Marble JJulldler.
Coraarar PaaBirlvaalaaraaBaaad Hlalh alrtat,
BTOKT HHICK nwiLllfro A.NDhTOKE, ON
c ata ob tbaXTiti day of HoTaotbar, 1w, I akall
Krocoad toanll, on tbeprniUaa1aa FRIDAT.tao
Sib day of Jaauarr 1H t. at 4 o'aloak. all that
B" -) atn. in h lllffl nMIIIIIVI,
laulctof OolBinbla. and balac ibal part of lot
aBBibaraltht.lMo t,Maaiara aaaibar foar baa.
JraJ aad fart .. IN.. H. u..t.l.aJ
!bo followldg ntui bbI boaBdai UalBBlBf oa tba
taaef Bayaath tt rat I. at apolat dUuat twaaty
oat from tao aaatbweat eoraar of aald lot. aad raa-
raol rron tao aaatbweat eoraar or aald lot. aad raa
B a thaaaBortb IwaatTfaalt ta.ana !.. Ban.
drodaad alatata f-otloaaallaritbaaoaaoaihwUb
Uld allor twaaty faatt Uinta wait ta tba pUco af
Tha ImproamaaU eosalit of a aawlyballt
Tbratorr brlak lloaaa. wllb a rood atortrooia
oa tba drat I oor aad dwolilaa ebava tha atora.
a rat Oaa third of porabaaa moaty
or aala, aa praairtbod by tba dacroa.
iird of BBtahaaa iii..iIa ta n.l.l la
CB-bthoroaldaalalwtQaal iaa'-.Uaala, at els
aid twalra nootha. wllb lattrattfromtba day o
propartr. BBdaeaTayaaoalo bo withheld aatll
. .j .'. . .r wf aiiru .W
loayare paid Btanpa aad eoavayaBelec at par
vr, . auMUJi btujt
Xft h. WALL
JALK OF atUCBji Udauui uxumtn.
TBarowltlbaatild at Bab'la aaelina.
.13.1affU. a 1
1170, la tl
ao inn 01 too iupHwioi uuiKiN
. M II.. a Iim. Int tit
an aiaa ar u
laa of urdaBeo, oomprUlag small Arae aad
af I aaa I la aan n a Atar.a.
lermat uaeaaiiaaiB, ia uoyerBmeai raaa. oa
ho aaaalo.toa of tha aala. aad tha amalaAar
wtlhla tea dare afterward, darleg which time tbe
anlalae raoil be remofad from tbe raid t otborwlae
r w.ii nj.il h. tarn uvi.iiv.ah
iiiao OBBiaiiBour BBaorauMai,
tee will bo glraa to parehaaere f
foraale, aad aotad la the catalogs, aa regarda
Ibalr exact eoadltlaft or qaallty. but ll la believed,
loweyer, IbateTeritkUsoUarod for aala aa rep
reaoated. 4. LvDLOWCSK.
ivxa w -voi.it jiurxTi:ii.
6TeralDalrlee ftf CHOICE REV TOXKBUTTRR
ail r-eaiT-o bi
... .v m iiurTESs rsTOiin, ,
nitttb Ml root. bttwtiB K mud V.
Doaloreaadt oaianaraaappliad wltbaayanaa.
Ilirdaalre4. Price a
laiwaya laa lai
Pokin and Yoddo Tea Store,
IVIuth Btrecf, between D uutl K.
v NEWYEAEM BASIS.
KiDucrrioa in rstot or roastsd coitxr.
Wo Xoaat Coffee Brerr Dar.
Prime 1114 Jaralwarraulcd).. H,B0 ola
lur Maha , ....Uo , OU
emller. UeatJT.' ,4
OaylonJaTa , 4 4 ata.
IenmYTw, ,.. ...,...., 34
Mrlclb 31 "
lla (boat) ,...'
TEAS OF ALL OUADES.
Choloo Japan (nncalored) 913
Call aad etttalae oar atock aad aatlafy roar
M""'H. A. OLCOTT & CO..
Jtiir at wlBia t , b.t. l tt E.
Choico Imported Luxuries,
Reqneforl Cheeae. Treaeb Pan. Uaabroomi,
AtnaraiBl, SirUf Baaaa. staffed Otlvea, name
I'aito'e. ratoae rot urai. oiaoa j.rnoa,
ratio raiooa ioi viti. man rnui
KoBelaaa lardla-e, Aaeboyle. rotted
M-ala, Capr.i.Qoaao OIlTecbaaeee,
, Praaaryad Fmlta, J.
iap rr..'it.. run.,
llaa, aad Ibe Flaoat
Ensile Bteakfail and Japanese Teas
Tha Celebrated Quaker Soap Soils,
Wlib a Large AaMrtmeal at
CHOICE V.1UII.T (inuCKRIKN.
age, xaaraateolag entire lalliiaetloa.
ir. Jr. HttVinrN
Klaa Place, near ArlfaitOB Hotel.
dalt.tf Mortbweat Cor. I aad Flfteeatli at read.
UUUCERYANn TAB1ETT (ITOIIK,
vo.30SHow Tork avenae, Corner of
myis-tf gASH f roes.
Hosatio Baowaiio. AtPBirs Uisblivor.
IIROeVNIlKO eft 3IIIDLI1TON,
AXD PSA1BBS II
TXAB, Willi, WHIIKT.
CIUARI. TOBACCO, AC,
At the Old bleed of
uau, ei iuui niifin at bvt
Wl rrBBtylfaata eYoaae. Oppoilto AfetropollUl
Ml rrBBtylfaata eYoaae. O
Heul. WaablBetoa. D. 0.
(H, Y. Mill.)
ONLY $18 PER IUIV DOZEN.
MANUrAOTUlILD AT HIS
SHIRT AND COLLAR FACTORY,
431 B ll., Uu. Uoor K.tl of S.Ttntb.
Itlgtt Bhlrti ud Viin Oiraenti Mid. t
yumra iisbosoxsd, 10 era.
PATTERNS OUT, 60 QT8,
ina len.wiM araT ""i. " i.r" ". ?
tkaaeaaaataTlr'i.baiBatlblaa ef Uaaar'atof
aaa haadrid aad twaatftwi 1 faaj Ira lacbaa to
Korth with aald llaa t aaid allartotb aoatbaaal
aoraarof Joaatbaa Cartar'a lot. aad tbaarawlih
f Ca attaaUaa af aapU.tlala a n'lad to Ibta prop
arlr Mil la oaa frnx allglbla ball lor Inta bow
for aala II ta dlracilr oppoalto Tudor flaca. aad
atari M. LUtbianmVlatarai daaot
Tarnai Oaa balf.caabt baJaaaa la U aad
twalra moatha with laUrt,, aad aacarad aa tba
propanr, a dapo it of tint will bo rot, trad aa
aAoaaatbapraponrlf kanatatl dowa, or ll will
ValMMadlatafrraaofi It tha twrnta of aala art
BolaoapllW with wltala tradari, tba propartr
will bo Vaiold tt tha flak, aad Baal ef Lfat daaill-
IflSQlAGTOM riCTI MD IHPEKlSLOHl.
Ikterbax. nrrBBtri Rrcitrrt tiicnUy
Scr at i ion FatSBHkT. of Virginia, 1 to
town oa official battoeai.
fioriRYiaOR J W DwTBR.of norlbtra
Ohio, left licro Utt night for CUrelAnJ.lo
rciBtno hit duties.
Un. Ja-ies rc, jr., or Now York, will
cerUIiil bo here to-morrow to tatUfr
berorotheComralUeo oa DabUdj and Cur
rency. Dr. 3. 8. Bilubos. tnipector of mulo
hot pi tali, loft bere lut night for tbeWeet,
and will tUU tha hoe pi tali At riLUhorj bdJ
FnOM TUB rVBLlERBR WftbAYO BO. RtiTBDCO
copy of the "Atlantic Monthly" for Feb
ruarr, replete, at viobI. wltb latereiUog
artidci from tbe peoa of the beat wrlteri.
Tub rBEUDBHT Tetterdar Informed Mr.
DtorriH. Bloatt.of rhllaalfhla, that ha
wonM ibortlr appoint Jqdge Btrong to tbe
Ttcancy oa tbe Supreme Bench, la place ot
Mr D. II Bates, for a lone time tba tele-
Craph operator at tbe War Department, bat
been trantferred to tba prtnclpal office of
tba Weetern Union Telegraph Company,
and jonnglaJjhae beealniUUed at tbe
Instrument la tbe AVer Office.
TnERB arb at LEAST 71 members ot tbe
Home wbo are In faYor of aa early adjourn
ment of Congress At least that number
Toted yesterday for tbe termlaattoa of tbe
present ictilon on tbe second Tuesday of
Wall's Opeba IIousb. UUs Laura
Keene and her admirable company continue
to attract large bouses to witness Robert
son's domestic drama, "School," and tbe
superior actios of every performer. Tbe
play Is presented with an erenneis rarely
seen, and speaks YOlumes Iu faror of Miss
Kerne's excellent management.
Italiav OrEiu. The sale of tlchets for
iho oivera season, -which will commence
next Monday, opened very briskly At Metxe
rott'e muale store yeaterday, quite a large
number of seats being already secured.
Thatronpa Is one of tha finest ere f Intro
duced to our citizens, and the operas an
nounced art such M cannot fall to Attract.
Tub IIousb, yesterday, pas ted a resolution
declaring tha construction of the act Impos
ing ao Income tax to be, that tbe tax abould
bo assessed and collected daring th year
1870, and that the tar accruing that year
shall be collected la 1871. This seUlee a
mooted question that has been differently
construed by different Government officials.
Tub Boutrbbb Ua'iu A statement that
the great Southern mall from New Tork
was sent via Cincinnati and Louisville, la
stead of the old route, by Washington, Alex
andria and Lynchburg, has been very gen
erally published. The. statement la errone
ous, as the malls are sent as heretofore, by
tba latter route.
Tub Portcgoksi Mrtsioir. Upon re
ceipt of Information UuU Mr. Shellabarger,
uarmimaw... pflH a,M a. .i
realgnatlon, on account of 111 health, the
Indiana delegation visited the President,
and requested the appointment of Wm. Cum
back, of that Stale, as successor to Mr.
Sbellabarger. The President said be would
give tbelr wishes due consideration
NoxiNATiOKS. The President sent Iho
followiog nominations to the Senate yester
dayi Postmaslcra Edmund Anthony, New
Bedford, Mau.j Nathaniel K. Leavltt, Exe
ter, N. n.f Jonathan Emerson, Smyrna,
Dcl.i S. C. West, Milwaukee, Wis. As
sessors Internal Ravenoo Lntber H. Carey,
Second District California i Charles C.
Fletcher, Second district Missouri.
A-fOxn the interesting specimens brought
here by Brevet Brigadier General Babcock
from &au Domingo are a block of rock-salt.
of which ninety-seven per cent, is said to bo
the pure taaUuajj specimens of native gold
from Jain a river, and a swlth of most ex
cellent hemftall of which add to the evidence
given regarding the value of our latest pos
session. The national resources are said to
be very abundant on that Island.
A nvE-TWBStr bohd, of the denomina
tion of $1,000, waa yesterday received at the
Treasurer's offlco, a number of tba coupons
not having been numbered, and among these
was thaono last due. Bach aa omission
very seldom comes to the notice of this of
fice, and without the number, the coupon la
worthless. Treasurer Spinner directed the
coupons to be properly numbered and re
turned to tba owners.
ToRlIouBByesUrdaydlsposodof the Pen
sion Appropriation bill, and got well under
way with the Military Academy bill. The
Committee on Appropriations la now con
sidering tha Indian bill and tha Executive,
Legislative and Judicial Appropriation bill.
Tha estimates for the latter are being re
duced at all possible points, and salaries
and emoluments generally aro subjected to
Mr. J.Tacti's spoclat committee to Inquire
Into tba causa of the decay of American
commerce and ship building, will not report
until some time In February. The com
mitt -o Is waiting for further statistics from
the Departments, and for the answers to
certain inquiries submitted to American
consuls abroad. A very Interesting letter
was received yesterday from Mr. Morse,
consul at London.
CnxAP On, Mr. Butler, of Massachu
setts, yesterday presented In the House the
petition or Levi Stevens, No. 3, Philadelphia
Row, Washington city, for authority to fur
nlsli tha Treasury Department with superior
Illuminating gas at $3.25 per thousand feet,
being una dollar per thousand feet less than
the price now paid, the works to be erected
at tho petitioner's own expense and on his
own grounds. Tha petition was referred to
tha Committee on expenditure of the Treas
8EYAT0K Pattersov, of Nuw Hampshire,
chali manor the Retrenchment Committee,
Is j ant now looking into some curious devel
opments concerning tho "free xoae," estab
lished by tho Mexican Gove rum eat, along
their bank or tha Rio Grande, Into which
goods are brought froo of duty, and then
smuggled toto tho UultoJ States. Com
plaint of this has been made repeatedly to
tha Mexican authorities, and on ono occa
sion Juarea brought It to the notice of tha
Mexican Congresi, but they refused to put
a stop to it.
Hon. JAUEd M. PiATT.-memberof Con.
gress elect, from tho Petersburg (Va.) dis
trict, has just returned from tbo North,
where ho has succeeded In effecting a loan
of 1200,000 with the Newaik Barings Insti
tution, on boods o tho city or Petersburg.
The procctdi of the loan arc, to be media
m proving the harbor of Petersburg, and
deepening the channel of the Appomattox
nrer, tba present depth or which Is but
This la the first Ioar tilth has- been
effected at tha North upon tbe stock or bonds
or any Southern municipality, and has been
enacted upon very favorable terms.
NATIONAL TnsiTHF The Llngard Com
pany was again well patronized last night.
Tha opening farce an old one, and of stand
ard value "Who Speaks Tlrttt" was ao
ceptably'rendercd, and curtailed In a Judi
cious manner. Mrs. Alice Dunning Llogard
acquitted herself with credit la her bouquet
C melodies, and the character songs and
represeutatloos of Mr. Llngard were up to
his usual style. "Pluto," or (as It should
be stated) "Orpheus," passed off sprightly,
and the company iaade as much Out of that
burlesque sketch as It vras possible to do.
Mrs. Btistok, Miss Anthony, dud the
prominent members of tba Universal Fran
chise AnxlaUoo, la sesilonat Lincoln IlalU
visited tha ittlt of the House of Represent
atives yesterday Immediately after the ad
journment, and were Introdocod to a num
ber of the members by Hon. Sidney Clarke,
of Kansas, Standing there together Jo tha
Hall of the House of Representatives, these
ladles appeared to excellent advantage by
the side of the distinguished gentlemen wbo
gathered around them. In point of per
sonal appearance and Intelligence they
seemed tbe peers of an equal number of tbe
prominent members of the House.
ScpxRVfson McDovald, of ArUoiAi,
has arrived here for the purpose of laylog
before Commissioner Delano all the facts In
relation to the seizure of the tobacco fac
tories la the Indian Territory. Tbo frauds
upon the revenue for several years past Is
reported tobeImmcnse,andaa the surest way
of preventing such frauds la the latnte, It
Is understood, leading members of Congress
favor tba caUbllshment of the Indian
Territory Into a collection district. With
the growth of tbe country thereabouts, neu
tral territory Is likely to cause tbe revenue
officers much trouble, and defraud the Gov
ernment annually of hundreds of thousands
Pbof. IIawxiks Lcctorb at tbe Congre-
gattoual church last night was very largely
attended indeed, tbo attendance was tbe
largest of the course thns far, and tho lee
tore tha most Interesting, Tbo subject was
"Birds," and tho Profssor held tha com
ptete attention of his audience for an hour
and a half. lie made a laughable allusion
to the American ostrich, which was the only
male bird that cared for tbe brood after ll
was hatched. This, he said, might bo tha
origin of tbo American Idea of woman's
lights. Tho Professor has consented to giro
an elementary lecture at Lincoln Hall on
Friday at S o'clock for the benefit of tho
children or the District, to which tha prico
of admission has been reduced to ten cents
for children and twenty cents for adults.
Tan nssiOMATiox of Second, Lieutenant
Washington L. Ledgewood, FJgbth United
States cavalry, has been accepted, to take
enact aiarclt 1.1370. PrttchaPit. otB.
E. IIcrrIck,TJnUod Stales army, has been
transferred from Key West, Florida, to Fort
C. II. Carlton, nnattacbod as professor of
military science and Uctlcs, at the" Miami
University, Oxford, Ohio, has been revoked,
and ha Is ordered lo return to Oxford and
resume his Dulles. First Lieutenant John
R. Bothwell, company IT, Eighth Unltad
States Infantry, has been transferred to com
pany A, Fifth United Sulci Infantry, and
Charles Porter, first lieutenant company A,
Fifth United States Infantry, transferred to
company If, Eighth United States Infantry.
Tn atruiro or tab Ihtbbxal Revbxob
Officr prescribing forty-elght hours as a
period to ba allowed for fermentation of
sweet mash distilleries having been ques
tloned by a very considerable number of
men In the business, the Commlisioacr, it
will be remembered, directed Deputy Com
missioner Douglass to Investigate the sub
ject and gather such facts as he could In
tho West bearing upon the question.
Mr. Douglass has reported to the Com
mlssloner affirming the general propriety of
tha rule, and the Commissioner, In a review
of the whole 'subject, adheres to bis former
ruling, and assessors will be required, there
fore to Immediately carry the resurvey based
upon this rule Into effect In the several dis
tricts. Tho Commissioner has also prescribed
seventy-two hours as the minimum period
for fermentation In soar mash distilleries,
and rules that tho period of fcrmentatlcn
shall be established from and after whet Is
known as the business of breaking up."
Irdiaxa Sociablx. Tha sociable of tho
Indiana State Association last evening was
a grand success and one of tbe pleasantest
or tho State sociables, which, from their
very nature, being as It were a reunion of
old neighbors aro all of a very pleasant and
agreeable character. There were a largo
number of distinguished Indlanlans present,
Including Vice President Colfax, Senator
and Mrs. Morton, Senator Pratt and lady,
lion Messrs. Orlb Jullen, Packard, Tyner,
Shanks, Williams, Cobarn and ladles, Hen.
W It. II. Tcrroll, Third Assistant Postmas
ter General, and family; Mrs. Mary E.
Nealy and Mrs. Dafour, the poetesses
Colonel W. R. llalloway, postmaster at In
dlanapolls and editor of tho Statt Journalt
Major William T. Jones, formerly of Indi
ana, associate Justice of Wyoming, Colonel
Pierce, a member of the Indiana Legisla
ture, and a largo number of others. We
are glad to see these reunions, and hope tbe
other States will emulate the example set by
Trocrle ix North Carolina. Super
visor Perry, of North Carolina, has for
warded to tbo Internal Revenuo office a de
tailed statement of the operations of a squad
of the eighth United States Infantry, num
bering seven men, under the command of
Captain Bummerhays and tha deputy col
lector, with tba assistance of tho deputy
United States marshal. The squad made a
raid on Spartanburg county, South Carolina,
and demolished a number of stills, mash
tubs, and dlttllllog apparatus generally.
Oa tbo Stli Itutaut, after a long march, they
encamped for the night, having taken a
young man named Humphreys la custody on
the chnrce or assisting In Illicit distillation.
Tbo camp was surrounded by a company or
armed citizens, numbering over one hundred
men, and the surrender of Humphreys do
manicd also, A. P. Turner, deputy United
States marshal. Tha officers wcro well
armed, but tbo troops had only twenty
rounds of ammunition. Orders were given
to fire upon tho first man that moved toward
tho camp, and subsequently, the Govern
ment officers retreated to a house, and pre
pared for an attack. The leader of tho cltl-
-Am !.! th tiari han r.. ........ . . ,.
frt- iw .: .ArZlY T10"
for four years, had fought and whipped
r-v. v.t, mm ii huiu uu. vuwi'ij
with their demand not one of thorn would
.During an hour thebntldloc was carefully
guarded, and after, mature deliberation, It
WW resolved, to sivo bloodshed,' to capita
late by tbo surrender of Humphreys, and to
thU.tbo assailants agreed. This occurred
near the hlitorlo battle-field of Cowpens.
The Government party rctreatod ta Spartan
burg Court House, and General Bam ford
wis Immediately notified by meg longer of
the defiant attitude of the Confederates tn
Lieutenant Darns, with a company of lha
flAti United States cavalry, Is also expected
Wjeonr this country. Tha deputy collector
says the whole people In this section are Li
arms,against the revenue office,and nothing
Itttban military force will keep them In
'The Secretary or War has also been In
formed af the condition of affair In thlsseo
tloa or the South, and at tha War Depart
ment the, trouble has received the appellav
Hon of ths Eseiia War."
- - i- a i I "
UrtiTRD States Ocbab Mail Seance.
Postmaiter General Creswell has made ar
rangements for an additional weekly die
patch of malls from New Tork to Great
Britain, by the steamers of tha Hambarg
American racket Company, thus securing
a regular triweekly steamship service from
New York oa Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays. Tbo Hamburg company not only
accepts tha reduced rata of sea'posUge, es
tablished for United Stales and British malls
by tbo Jate postal convention with Great
Britain, as full compensation for the mall
service, but also agree to carry direct malls
to Cherbourg, Franco, at a compensation of
su cents per oance for letters equal to two
cents per single letter, thus establishing an
ocean penny postage to France as well as to
Their steamers are drst-class In all re-
spects, folly equal In speed to those of any
oiiicr ira.oa-AMaD.io tine.
Malls for Oroat Britain wIU hereafter bo
regularly dispatched from New York aa fol-
lowst -By Hamburg Uoo. rmTjg4aya by
rVTT T.U21"" "I'v fcl 7." - mna
. ..a.tnv uhwm iiuv. b.t w .vraaYja. UU
bv the North German Lloyd Una on Thnra.
any of eacn week. Mans from Franco direct
will be dispatched from New Tork on Tues
day of each week by steamers of tha Ham
burg Un3, and on each alternate Saturday by
the French lino of mall steamers. Malls for
the North German Union direct will be die
patched from New York by steamers of the
llambnrff line on Tuesday and by steamers
of the North German Lloyd Hue on Satur
day of each week.
In addition to the above, the Canadian
line will convey a weekly malt to Great
Britain, sailing on Saturdays from Portland,
In winter, and from Quebec Id summer, and
tbe Baltimore line of the North German
Lloyd steamers will carry a semi-monthly
direct mall to Germany.
Tni EiohtIIocb Qcianot Aoair Lxttib
fbou Hon. 8. D. Axteu .The Mechanics'
Bute Council of California adopted a pream
ble and resolutions requesting Congress to
so amend tbo eight-hour law as to require
all public work to bo dona at eight hours for
a aa i uo coancu sent ino resolutions to
Gcu'l A. M. Winn, with a request to Impart
tho Information to the President and vice
President or the United States, and to their
Senators and UcprcscutaUvea jQ Congress.
Accordingly he sent them, with a note re
noestlng ihelf xterra, ibo.iampe.oro.tiie
ao mat noto no Has received a reply from
HotuJameaJ. Johnson, which warmhifthi.i.
anrtJr.af- s.T- M.'LzrZ
aintrtlA It Wlnn,VrUntifttitttkmtti
WAiBtiarov. Jaaaarrl. 10-
it (arc (,'ohacii o uatuomtai
llaAiHiat: I taavatha honor taaekaawtadra
lha reoelpt of tba preamble aad reeolutlona
adopted by the Haehaaloa State Uouaelt ra
latiai to tho houra of labor. I thank yon for
thla opportunity of again placing uyielf upon
tha reeord la faror of tba elf hi-hour eyetem.
I heartily tadoria tha eentlmeota ot your reao
lutlons, and pledf e myself, aa a member of tho
National Ijorlelalure, at all tlmea to asilat by
appropriate lealslatloa, la arryln( Into effect
their eplrlt and meenlDf .
In tha clear aad flaflBB lsoruereof roar
second reeolutloa, I desire my aoaitltueota
and theeoaatry to understand that it leuy de
sire ana my opjmi to eitaousu tbe eii-at aour
eyetem of labor throughout the leafth aad
broaaut of our beloved Itepublle.
LabCr le kloft and, thank God I leporine
men la thle fair lead aro poors of the realm.
1 earneitlr believe that when elrht hour ar
hooaelly and cheerfully gtvea to the work
nip Bnoiotr ciksi noureoi oaonaay win do
devoted to erioBBl cultivation, tba family,
and tha library, and worklovmea and their
families tbue Lo enabled to take legitimate
raBK wimumcr iiruisa-iuiia. AUVINI Ida ft-
preiilon, "laboring eUssee.1 There are no
elassea la thle republic) wa aro alt of us work
lngmen.andalght hours adar are enough for
any of us to work la our eiflcee aud work.
lha eight hour system has. la mrludament.
a direct and powerful tendency to prevent tho
growth In this country of a working clan. In-
oAutrr and varied employments le tha normal
cowiiwoa oi n a aim w nan ana women. Kigi
hour men do not f-tvor Idleness, bat elelm in
teotlon from tho strain of loog eoatlauedcltort
lo any ono direction. I have good reason for
believing that lha system will eonduec to tha
health aad happiness, aad tonacqaently tho
virtue, of ourelttisBs.
It le tha over-worked man wbo falle loto
elugglsb and slouching habits, and stupefies
hluicir with aloohol and tobaoeo. ll la a
many-ildei question, and from ovary view
presents cheering vlewe for our advancement
ae a people. Men will more willingly ehooeo
labor aaa profeieloa whoa It demenetrates
that they eao obtain a good livelihood by labor
without brutallslog themselves by eat re ma
toll. Cheap labor aod long houra of toll are
do needed by ahort-alghtod capital, bat gene
roue compensation aod reasonable houra of
toll will ba found la the and to conduce to the
best Interests of both employers and em
ployed. tfieuse this rough statement of my views,
aa other dutlea prevent ma from elaborating.
Vary respectfully, a. II. Axtbll.
A Cavtioy to Boil. Oa Tuesday a
number of boys went out after school had
closed to lira off pistols and amuse them
selves on the vacant grounds beyond tha
National Base Ball grounds. While there
one of tbe boya, aged about twelve years, a
son of Mr Thomas Oliver, residing on
Eleventh street, between I and K streets. In
attempting to draw tbe load from his pistol,
exploded the charge, which passed through
his hand, and, being loaded with shot, lacer
ated It badly. He was taken by bis com
panions to the office or Dr. Gray, corner or
Thirteenth street and New York avenue,
who dressed the wound temporarily and
scot him to his home
Yesterday tha Injury was examined by Drs.
Barrows, Uagaer, and Gray, who, after some
hesitation, decided to attempt to save the
thumb, and amputation, for which prepara
tions bad been made, was postponed. It Is
straoge, l&rlaw of the number of accidents
which occurfromboys playing with firearms,
that parents cannot find for them soma mora
DbfrAtjtjiko tub GovinHUtsT. A man
named Edward Conway was arrested yester
day for attempting to defraud tho Govern
ment by procuring transportation orders
from this city to San An ton hi, Texas. It
arrears that the accused nrocurad ana ant
of orders by direction of tbo Secretary of
iinmunp,4W, oa m uciooer ioiiow
log presented another order from tha Bar
jreon General for similar transportation or
ders. Tbe first set wad disposed of by Con
way to Mr. Christopher Boyle, or this city,
but the accused did not succeed In obtaining
tbe second set. The accused Is on boll and
tho examination la the case Is now proceed
ing before Commissioner J. J, Johnson,
with L. G. Illnc, esq., for the defence, and
tbo Assistant District Attorney for tho prose
cutlou. ii i 4
New Trial GRAHTED.The argument on
the motion made by O, D. Barrett, esq., for
a new trial In the case of James Kelly, con
victed a few days ago of tbe murder of Marries,
at G itreet wharf, In July last, was com'
mencod on Monday and concluded Tester
day, resulting In Judge Fisher granting the
motion as asked by Mr. Barrett, of counsel
for tho defence.
I Convbibbt to CmrjiaOt The naw wins
i of the lUIpoti Blind Asylum at Jacksonville
ujUBt about completed, and will bo ready
lur wwiif'tut fu . hit tut;..
Fr.ild.Ml Grant. B.eood m.l. flo
a.r. Till iccond BUM dinner t tli. EiKnlltt
M.ntloa took pl.c. lut creslnj. Tb, r
nDgcment of tb. gneaU at tb, Ubl w.i ai
followi i la tb. centr. of tb. north 1J Ihe
Ublo .xtendlaff uit and weit .at Treil
dut Qraot. with Mm. Senator WUion on
hi right Kelt her waa Senator Cole, Mre.
Joil.ce Darli, Joalk. UUler, Mn. Child.,
lion. Y. 0, Beanua and Mn. Ileaton. To
Ihe MX of th. Frnldent were Mrt. Juiltee
Btrajne, Senator Thnrman, Mn. C. A.
Eldrtdg., Joitlco Btrajne, Mill Nellie Cbaio
and Hon Dartd Ileaton. Url. Grant fat
ImraedlAtely oprxHlto the Preeldent, lop-
poried on her rlgbt bj Chief Jnitlc. Cbaie,
Un. Senator Cole, Joitlco Clifford, Mn. II.
O.Barchard. Joitlco Field, Mrs. Maribal
Sharp and OrrlU. n. Qrant) on her left by
Sonator WUion, Mr. Jaatlce field, Senator
Tk rner, Hri. 7. C. Deaman, Jnitlc. Davh,
Ur. J. r. Aiper and lion. C. A. Kldrldgo,
At )n. end of th, table were Hon. J. V,
Anttr and Uanhal Alex. Bharpi at the
other Hoo-iH- O.Oaretanl and; Mr. Fred'
crick Dent,- th. rathcr-u-lair of the rrttl
Th. rraUtnt wai In a full black mil,
with whit, crarat, were nearljall th.
other male rnecti ThO toilet of th. lad le.
wer. inpnb, Ura. Grant tO"S attired In a
Utender rep illk, low-necki""!. wlih ihort
ilwrw, trimmed with latin aan ro'nt lace,
and rich point laco cam. tier W "
ranged la . moit becoming mannvr D
adorned with a wraith of flowen. wlt
daUcataarraj falling oyer th, back of th.
head and depending upon th, neck. Her
jeweia were diamondi and rearu. Mn
Chlldi, who with her hneband are Tlaltlnft
at th. Eiecntlr, Mamlon. wore a neantlfal
pink lilt, elaboratelj trimmed with aailn of
the lam, color, cnt with low neck and abort
tleern, hair adorn! with pink flowen.
She wore amethjit Jewelrr. Mn. Manhal
Sharp waa attired In a htaTj black rrp ilia,
.i.i - .i .. .., .
"chly trimmed with black gnlpnro lace, a
ebony-colored aaah-M-d coral Jewelry. Tbe
fllra costutnos ofMho ladles were of tke
most costlr and e
mott cottlr and elegant character.
The table nnder tho anMrlnUndeneo of
ine inward, y.illlar, wat one of tho mott
tlegant crer. arranged at tho Etecntlro
Manilon. Th dliplajr wu raagnlBcent,
th Ublo ornament being coallj and beau
tiful, while tb extraordinary iklll and taite
of Mr. MUar waa apparent In (he general
arrangement of the dinner. Thogncili rose
abont ton o'clock, and an hoar wai paiicd
in the parlora of th. Uamlon, th. companj
departing bet ween eleren and twtlre o'clock.
A Dl.c..rul PrM.odlnat-Iat.rr.rt
a, wuu a Pabll. n.ellna.
We had hoptd that tb. dara of IntlralJt.
tlon and Interference with the membllng of
any body of the people for any legitimate
pnrpoi, had raised away from Washington
forerer but tb. icene enacted nt Union
Leagn. Hall hut night wa calcnlaled to
dlipel that hope. Th proceeding wai mott
dligraceful to etery man whw participated.
A meeting waa called by a patty of gentle
men, whoeeltepobllcanlim waa not donbted,
bnt who choae to excrclie the right th. t vrry
r. t-.u, tiiizen la cotuiod to of differ
lag from certain gentlemen who bar. been
derated to power In onr midit. But tbl. did
opinion. They therefor, took pollution of
tne nan, whieh they had not rented picked
th. meeting with corporation employee!,
(the ward commliilonera and contractor!
baring beon notified to collect their men for
tbe pnrpou,) and onited the partlca wbo
ongloauy propoied tho meeting.
Tho latter went to another hall and there
transacted the builneei that had called them
together, while tho packed crowd continued
It! leiilon at Union League Hal!. Th.
latter party claim to both, eipeclal friend!
of Mayor Ilowen, and they announce their
purpoa, to pack erery meeting that doei not
ult their Tlewi. Thle waa anwed tail
night by tba preeldent of one of tho ward
clubtiwho laid he and hurtriende were de
termined that the Kepnbllcan party ihould
not be Droaen np. Doei thli mean that to
oppose Mr. Bowen It to oppose Ihe Republi
can party I W. do not'tblnk th. people of
thle city will be ilow to discern as good Re
publican! In Mr. Clephane, Mr. Dlxoo, Mr.
Emery, ur. Clrani and other gentlemen
who participated tn the meeting at Mr. rhll
brook's office, aa In the packed crowd that,
by fore, of armi, took posieiilon of Union
When the threat Is made that thli Inter
ference policy U to b, continued, the .matter
becomes lerlou, and demands tho attention
of tho anthorttles. To repeat the conduct
of last sight Is to dligraco Washington In
tb. eyes of th, whole country.
W. nnderitand that Mr. Thornton, In
company with his secretary. Mr. French.
will Iearo Washington to-night for New
i ore 10 meet his Itoyal Highness, Prince
Arthur, who will arrlia In that city on Fri
day morning. Tho rrinco will leaye New
York on Satnrdaf morning for Washington.
It has already been stated that the Prince
while here will ba the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Thornton. On Saturday erenlng Mr. and.
Mn. Thornton will larlto all tho members of
the British legation to meet his Royal High
ness. On Monday he will pay his respects to
tho President. In the etenloc iher. will bo
a dinner at the Britlih legation, to which
IH I. tn.ll.t V. irt--n' I.
n... !. iuiictu tic A-rciment, ueneral
Sherman, Senator Sumner, and all the mora
bere of the Cabinet. In th. erenlng there
will b. a reception, attended by families of
tha Cabinet and diplomatic corps. On
Tuesday there will bo a lecond dinner at the
British legation, to bo attended by Senators
Cameron, Casserly, Morton, Conkllng, and
Hamlin, aud Sneaker Blaine, Admiral Dahl
gren, and the ministers from Prnsila, Rui.
la, Anuria and Turkey.
On Weduciday the Prince will dine with
the President. The Secretary of Bute and
Mrs.la wm entertain him at dinner on
Thunday, and In the .teniae h. will attend
a grand ball gtren by Mr. Thornton, to
wnicu la, porsonat rrlendl and acquaint
ance! of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton will be In
Tiled. On Friday there will be another
dinner at the British Legation, to which
hare beenluTlled Senators Schun, Williams
aud Anthony, (leu. Banks, aud the Ministers
rrom Belgium, Argentine Republic, Peru
vian Republic, Denmark, Spain, Braall and
th, Netherlands, On Saturday Ihe Prince
will probably leave Washington for Nw
Th. Benito adtanced backwards yester
day whan It Uckod an oath on to tbe Vir
ginia bill. It would havo been more con
ducive to peace If the bill had been taken al
It passed the House, Bat now Kt us havo
Immediate actton on tho bill In eome shape
Lidiij are lo be admitted to medical lec
tures at the Carollnska Institute, In Block-
ViaIm -. ii .. . .1. ' .1
holm, provided they have tho same amount 1
of preparatory knowledge as Is nqnlrtd of
THE NEWS BY CABLES
Th Authorities) Y.ftlafo Amother
Pledxe Hlinrof Forolfn Papers
Trial ofPrlnco Dotmparle ltrlkf
Araotiir Itaborliiff Hem,
Paris, Jan. 19 Copies of certain Belclan
Journals, Intended for circulation In France,
have been Intercepted and seized by tbo
French authorities. This acl,comlni after
a declaration that foreign journals were to
ba freed from censorship, excites surprlie.
and tbe radical Journals charge tbe Govern
ment wllb Inconsistency and bad faith.
Tbe preliminary examination of witnesses
In tha casoof Prince Bonaparte, eharired
wttn tba murder of Victor Nolr. has com
mMd before th, poUc, conrt, and will
probabl bo completed thle week.
Kochcfort hai boen inmmoned to appear
ttiitVaA ItiA taAt.. wtavt U.lntav a a arlltiaMi.
mtviv uv vvm, wv ayaij.a ta.j, ta niiuvi.i
Tho High Court of Justice will bo convened
In a fow days to try the accused.
TU Journal da Dtbut la Informed that
Prince Gortscbakotr has tnstrncted the Rus
sian ambassadors here to convey to Count
Daru, tho especial congratulations of the
Russian Government on his accculo n to the
ministry of foreign affairs.
Ten thousand men hare struck work at
Creuxat. They hare mode no farther dem
President Schneider, proprietor of the
works at Creuxat. goes there tonlght. The
strike Is considered grave.
tnrther tllstarb.n... Chars;.
Cm.plrr Aval., Prloa.
KasiiiD, Jan. 19. Serlom disturbance!
are reported at Baltansas. Tho municipal
authorities were atucked by a mob, but the
riot waa onelled by troops.
TMneo Eorkin. de Bourbon publicly ac
cuses Qencral -rrim of having conspired
with queen Cufueua, but his itaUmenu are
Tragi. He.na 4a a K.atn.kr C.iutt.
Lorimu.1, Jan. 10.- Upon the aeiUUl
of Jacob Johnson, a negro, who wasJritM
for rape, Mrs. Louisa Henderson, the victim,
fired at him In opon eoart. Tb. ball grazed
his head and took off part of hli ear. The
affair causod tho greatest consternation and
Xd.lat T.Irrarr.pbl. Br.Yltl...
The contest for Stat, treasurer of Mary
laad .aded yestarday by tho election of Mr.
Merryman, on th eeeond ballot.
Hon. William Caldwell has been elected
SUte treasurer of Maine, receiving every
James C. Taylor has assumed the duty of
Suto attorney for Virginia, Us disabilities
navmg been removed by Congress.
Both tho Republicans and Conservatives
of Virginia havo mad. preparation! for
grand celebration on th. day of tho admls
slon of tho SUta.
Alfred Ilennen, an eminent lawyer of New
Orleans, died yestorday-
The glass-houso of Wm. step Co., at
Blrmtocham P r-Uy 1tirnyed
eynrevesterday. Loss, 113,000.
The remains of Hon. Clilt iwk, ,w.
Governor of Uub, wcro Interred at Keno-
" Tho Ohlououse of ItcpresentatlveV oil
enssedtho fifteenth amendment yesterday
and will vot to-day.
Tho following dispatch received last might
from Memphis, Is evidently Intended forth.
eyes of tho Justices of tho Supreme Conrt:
"Tke Southern Utopia ar. wstehlna- with
lattrttl Ih.eotton ttaeat. bow ptDdloa be
for. ta. Suprem. Ooart. They arnue that If
tottone.athut b. taxtd, la contradiction to
th.produettorothtr Sit.tti, then th. cotton
Sulci ar. outild. tb. ptl. ol eooititutlonal
CQUilltr, asd In eoetUut peril of conflict!. on
i.d rain. Th. dteltloa will Jura a grctt
b.trto, on the nest plaatlaf "
Tni CoLonn rorcutio ot MrsYOuat.
Tho ratification of th. fifteenth amendment
bv the Leeltlatnre or Missouri .. .Tn.'cled.
There has been, a very decided cbausV lQ
yuuuu icaviujeut in iaaivQiie since le"-
public sentiment latnt.UU since 180 - -
i .n Venn .i-ft thtr. M...r.u ... .1
k..I.I... .L- o... . .' . tuliP ' u,
';"'iu""iu, ? m ouri wa. tn
lurcmotb oiaio vo aooiisn slavery. In re
spect or negro voting the But. has moved
more slowly. So lately aa 1807 Republi
can Legislature three times rejected a prop
osition to confer tbe rlo-bt of antrrtt-. .J.
colored men, and leading RipubUcana pro
tested agalnit a measure which they argued
would deitroy their party. The SU Louie
Democrat believes, however, that a year ago
the majority or tha volen In tho SUte were
In favor of tho measure, and all tho Slate
ofllcers lately elected are pledged to It
In 18D0 there were 118,500 co'ored people
In the Statei the war drove away many of
them, but th return of peace haa brought
back large numbers, and tho army records
five years ago showed that there were five
thousand able-bodied colored men In St.
Loula alone. It It believed that the adoption
of the fifteenth amendment would add
twenty thousand colored men to the voting
nnnwfallAn isf Iff . -t
lv j- uu v. u-aiaauiiT.
Tni Montana JTeralJot tha 8th Instant
"Colonel and Brevet MaJorGeneral James
A. liar die, Inspector ceneral, at present at
tached to the suff or Lieut. General Sheri
dan, arrived in this city, per overland coach,
last evening. General Ilardle has come to
Montana on an Important mission belne
dispatched hither by his chief to acquaint
himself with the exact state or our Indian
troubles, to examine tho country with a view
to military campaign.; see what needs to bo
done to suppress permanently Indian hostili
ties within our borders: what the military
now hero can accomplish to that end) what
season is best adopted to commence opera
tions, etc. Gen. Ilardlo will remain In tbe
country sufllclcntly loop; to Inform himself
fally npon these and other points, aod will
then hasten to report In person at headquar
ters the result of his mission. The General
leaves by coach for Fort Shaw to-morrow
Tni last of Grill waa tha rnnani r.t
her mortal remains from Berlin, by way of
-wiuuu., wir. aiano accompamea me
remains, and attended them to the burial
place In Pcro la Chatso. Tha coflln which
contains tho body Is made or crystal) tbe
second coffin Is of oak, and the third of lead,
decorated with ornaments of bronte. At
eacn corner oi tne leaden colon Is a wreath,
the head surmounted b a ei-own nt thnrna.
Tbe coat of the three coffins Is said to hare
oeen io.wu irancs.
AtTnouan the adult oyster Is said to gen
erate about ono million youotf a year, Us
enemies are so numerous and actively at
work that one In a million of the annual
production does not coma to maturity. Tha
star fl.b, the drill, tho winkle, tha crab, the
drum flab, and tho sbecpshead during their
season subsist In a great measure npon the
A liisrart a from Montreal an va that in,
fjulry Is to take place into tbo circumstances
of tbe cscapo of Caldwell, whoso extradi
tion excited SO Ouch discussion. Carta In
persons are to bo prosecuted criminally for
I ha tha a, tnf.lt- ... .Ml.aVIt "
jUW a,'. ttllj IWUti IU aMIUUg UAa KCUIla,
A nirncuLTT originating from a prlvaU
riuarrcl at Savannah recently reeulted In a
uuui, uug ui u. principal! receiving a ee.
vcre fleih-wonnd in the ihonlder.
A PAaisiiH BiXaou haa oiler! tSOO.000
irauct a year 10 w allowed 10 cago the luor
dcrer Tropman, and make a traveling show
- j..wnda4. BuuacnirriuN iu ucruiauj i
nrr. .nmv i .,- .i,.i .n rn-nu.
. iuiiohu, susscnlnioM la Qermany Is
lng a monument In Berlin to tha memory of
Action In Ttftlatlr.H (a tbo Denlh af
Acocita, Mb., January 19. In the Legld
lature to-day Mr. Farwell, of Augusta pre
sented tbo following resolutions, whlchf
after he bad delivered an eloquent eulogy
were unanimously adopted I
RtnlvtA, That Whereaa It has pleated thd
Dlipeoier of human cveats to ramoro fron
thle Ufa IMwIn M, Staatoo, lo tbo maturity of
hie merveltoua powen. Juet aa ho had be&
ealled, with tba pronounced approval of tha
oatioD,to cater upoo a oew Oaldof datr Ills
iuetotbe people that their eeaoo of taaae
tloaal obllireuoo for bia aerrleee, ahould
taad lartrlihablr upoa the pablla reoorde.
Kttotpri, That to hie UDealeulatlao; patriot
lim.whleh tolerated no tlmoroua aerrleoor
haaltattn ill..lann.i tn Ma unfllanhlaa BOUa
itiitttriitu, iittotioo, notr riotldt.i.,
l","".t" uII!l ?T" 1" 5""rJ.J.'i!?.'!ri
-t,n.. .....e . t ... V. .- ja.naai
while w. dtt ply deplore hit luddt. departure
with profound torrow, onr ir.ttta It
VQUtlj ductoUodlhtt h. t. nt cut. .Mr
vttt I. the Alt of our national cxtrMttr.-.
VHniiai, mini tiiiwra... .. .---thli,
I. th roll of a.tlo.at bca.rttt.rs and
mirtrri, wllh Wiihltito. to u.coio, win
thltc wllh anialllcd luttrc tb. aaa. of dwla
Jtttc.trc', That the OOTereor b. ictp.etfullr
rtquettedtotrtiitmll.eoprof thai, retotu
tlom to lb. ftmtly of tb. dcotaiid
Whciuho, January H-Oov.rnor Ste
venson's mesiago to the Legislator say th
flnancca of the Stat are la very satisfac
tory condition. Sbo has mad rapid ,ro
gresi in material development, and haa la
creased In population despite th, loss by
Referring lo Immigration aud to th toll,
climate, Ac., of West Virginia, h. aaya It
cannot be doubted that, were the fact ex
tensively known, thonsandi who now locate
IiatUOl.E ,.. nuu.u uuu u.v.u u
homes In West Virginia. He eloie by
ipeclally commending to iuo car. oi toe
Legislature the lutarests of the rrte icnooii.
Atuiti, January W. Tho Senate met
at 10 o'clock, took a recess till 13, and then
adjourned till next Monday.
Tho Home was called to order at 12. One
member qualified, no more appearing.
An order of Governor Bullock, approved
by rfeoeral Terry, dlrectleg a recce till
Monday, was read ana complied wun.
Thar hoard of Investigating ofllcers mat at-
ir, m.fi'Ut the counsel for tbo defence not
being ready with Jhelr argument, adjourned
CnfCioo, Jan. 10. The Iowa Senate rati.
fled tho fifteenth amendment br a vot. of
!4tofi. TheJIonse will voto upon theonea-
Both branches ot th Iowa Letlelalurn
this evening ratified tha election of lion.
George G. Wright as United SUtei Senator
for the long term, aud of J. B. Howell f edi
tor of the Keokuk Bali City) for the ihort
Tflz lmneedlnir Itniiuin loan dtnr.Mi..1
tho Loudon money market yesterday.
Ten Lower Houseofth. Mltiourl Lea ila.
tare fail passed th. fifteenth -uauutda.ent.
" w"a. twtntttirratiaed U-
jx-o3atob -jatrr.au. uiru died Inst.
V2!i on Tneiday lattl alio, rierre Cbin.
BlLU were Introduced In th. Lerlilalnr.
ea Missouri on Tuesday to abolish caplul
rtumnmeni, ana to removo iuo oiaio capi
tal from Jefferson City to St. Loula.
It ta n.w certain that the trial of Prtnen
Pierre Boneurto will uke place alVertallles.
The earn, high court will take cognisance
of Prlnco Murat tbr itiiklug a nuglitrate
eoaie time ego.
Taa retrular mall steamer from Rio Ja-
uguu.iiiim b. uwwu uu t unutj. Brui(Uig
dates from that city to the 2tth or Decern-
oer. i no news is important out contraaio
lory. Lopea waa last heard front at Pana
dera. He had a few follower with him,
ana lureau-nea to Keep np a guerilla war-
lare. uwing to me icrrainauon oi me war,
the armies of tho Argentina republle and
I I ,. 7 . 1 . J
1 Tm Canadian Mlnlitrv has Ukea UD the
lirtzll nav oeen reduced to a peace looting.
nnBB,.nn .. tnn.nf. mlulM. tr W..ti1nn.
ij-7.r.r .."rr.:it7r m.M:i"uuTi.
tSaWcductlon, If poeilblo, will In obulned In
I llH ...I Ik. .VI... -.... J..lu, t-U
tC'o people offthr Bcot1 .ere PP
to t no doobt that the1fciJfctUm of Vlcftt
Gcne,l Thlbault and CoroocHit
will ra.nit In tba aendlnt- nf a it'tTntTTwIL.01
hair breev1- Itod river lo Otuwa. an!S
iUll aVQ aVOa. - -4jaaiujUa VI IQO aimCTU-
ttea beLarMn the half breeds and th dan a.
dlans will bo aowpII'hM before lha meet
lnu of rarllamet. l n February next.
TniurifAmr, tha rauraerer or tbo KInck
family, was execuU 'ft Frle yeaterday
mornlog at seven o'o,' Notwllhstand
loi the early hour, tho fcotloa wm wit
nessed by a great crowV-Jf Peopla, who
Uunted aod yelled at TravmkttD' ho
mounted tha scaffold. Tha col. waa very
pale, but ascended courageously a" wtth a
firm step. After embracing the p..'81 ha
ciedoutflnalond voice, "l persist X1 -Te)
accomplices." These were the last wot Ids
he uttered. Extraordinary Droeantinna h.-
been taken to guard against dJLaorder. Tha
police and the military were on tha ground
In great force, bat their eervlcee wen not
3B0r0SALI JOB STATIOltBKT ""
Ti.aoaTDiriTB.BT. Jaa. Mm
Saa.laJ arMMiaalB r.ir fnraUhi.. .aritl. ..n.7
&$ VJI.V& !!HlK ! ,"!.RlnjMrt
rabraa'T. 1879, at 13 o'clock, u
for blddlac will ba faralatwda
Tha lilia WtUba aoaaUara-1 aaj aewptad
racw iiaaa vy iitm
Coalraela matt ba ar-ontttl br Ua aaMasafat
bUdars wlUta laa Saya artsr aalaf amllad arBXao
ibb aruaiaa aQai'a-naa ror mill aa raravisaaa
rrom ttma ta tlma darlag tbayaar la qBaatltlaa
bars aaat ta ordtr from tha Danartnaat a.
aatlra aaaatltlaa will, aowafar, ba aallai fat
faafc prapitaal reatttia alaatd br tba tadlTMatl
or flrut matlar lt and ba aeflompaalaJ br bonJ
itu aiuviaai .iimi,, ii tua am 01 ! DOBaBBA
llara. (SlO.CUttl appratai bra TJaltad 8 lata
'ear ef Iba dtalnat la wblcbtba aaratla raairi
ar da baataaai, ob a form Ib ba fnraUha-j L tRak
O.partmaai, aoadltloaad apoa tba aaaaBtlan, af a.
MBiractforfaraUblBf aacb ponlttaa ef tba artl
claa aa mar ba awardai aadar it, aad tba parfum-
rtxj- br tba aaarrlarr
daltvarr of aa lafqiir
laiaat aaata la aaaal tba
AiHle la will ba daanatt anflai
.liMii.i t-. V..V! vt aaia ptwaviai,.
'partm-nl. Waa fa I ai to a.
Tba fall ura to Mmplr wll
araiiwaiiaa ana., vm ! vt aaja at LBB iraaaarT
ba fall ura to Mmply wllk Bar aaa ardat aadar
(ba aoBiract will oparaU aa tba for fait a i
atlra iaa ally of tba bond, or tbafiaerau
act tba pi
a of aai
band. A. Ik. B.Hal.ta .' .
ra af tl
Treaaarr may dlrattbparabaa(laoiaB arket.
eimir Iu tapplr tba 4
rallara, aad cbarga to
laaaarr Iu tapulr the daflelaaay eaaa d by aacb
,? tea caatraeiora Ofty t-r
klcb It aball ba foaad aacaa-
can in u vi ib priea wai
aar pay ii
ll aat ba
aary to Day fur aacb aralalaa
11 aat ba aaasldarad, aad auatrarta will Va
ardadoalTioaaublUbad maaafaatarars of ar
OKOROI i. BOUTWItt,
-.Duiaii DaaeeoinijaBiaa bv a unaraeiar. ani
fcacralaty of tba Traaaarr
Coart of Waahlailoa Connty, la tba Plaiilft f
Calambla, lattara af adailalatralloa na tba paranaal
Calambla, lattara af adailalatralloa na tba rwranaal
aauiaof JoiaLawis, lata of Wathlaiua ooaair
aforfsatd. daoaaaad All paraoua bavlaa cla-na
Uhit.d aiiTits rTJT orriok.
it. tha nalitlua. Ol
k.ii.a. Uaaa . Brat1
pitiuu. vi iiv,rvaii, OJ JBBa-
Uaaa . prarUa fr iba aaUraWa or a
ura mad lo him oa Iba Tld day of April.
paiaa. Btaatim v -taut. va .t ih vr V -aa-CII.
fol r.lptatd ta th.lib.ir . ty. lier. ,,J
...1. ol.til.il na Ina Oik 1.1 tx .fnnB lUil rf - ?
!....... a.I In him ah lllc.n, A.
HBIIS iw.mi... wa .....na., v. -) .DV IQ(T I
I in rr-parloi lboapLufl aatil aa a
r oil.ar bollil 4eidat v
li laortiarad that ha laMtotaa la b eaaa aa
aloaad ob tba tli day of Harah aaili ikat lb,
Krt b'Hmiud lo iba la. dayof April twal Zud
sis 1 .wmi abahaartoa tbtXuiyrAp?ij
aaaUui. a. ins,
vmt..ioti tt Valtali,
(Meat tna sam aaoaaaaa arao-r-oy i-.y
sxlalbl, tba aaiaa, with tba voarbara tbaroaf, to
lha sabaartbar, oa or barora Iba.ib dar c Jaa
aary nxl lhr mar olharwlaa by law ba.es
Oloiad froui all b-a.it of aald aatata . .
tn--- --1. " l: I . li. Ark da a I jaaaaaw
uill.u.iriOTll.v " w-