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WASHINGTON OWr. D. 0-, tUTPtPAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1870,
I NO. 49.
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wiiug sxwat vmiifiava)
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0riimi, U. STOCK or aSUCIBIUMi
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kaatkwaataoraar f raaaiTltaaU avaaaa tad
CnAVCIKT lill'of MIAt BATAtR,
rtt Ur virtu of ft door ( Uatfjupnaio
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h uVaiaaotl va. KaaA U, JJ Vaafkaal
al . waaliaJlaaUalMbilo aa:aU,Q Wliu
UAT.ikallA iar of Vakraarr. A- D tmai
alaak n aalk pranlaaa. Ik wmi pari of
lollB.iKMaarono na, vacituisc lot aaid part
oaMortaaValraalatlno aoriawaaa aarmar or aalA
lot, ftai raaalaf Ikaaao aotUwaidly roa tka
aalrakoBa4arrof 014 lot 'Cktoaa ft alaUaaa
af ItT fMl lOW laakMi lkBM aaatarlv BAtallai
ilk aU Hartk X atroai. a, uhim of il foal aa4
I OX taehaai ikaaao woatwarAlr parallal with
lartk K atraat. ailtUaea .fM rati aa4 laakaai
Ikaaa Hortkwar4lr paralial wttk ika arm
Uaadarr of mU (at la. a 4UUaa af 110 rati to
aatd florlk X atraati Iktaaa waalwi
anuaraboaatarr af aali nortk 1 1
Uaao afM fa aaA I laakaa la Ika aUd
wutwfcnllv k tka
artk atraal. a Alt.
tka iU Plata of ba.
CiBalBfi aa4iaipniTaaiaU,aflBiUtlaiaf alkraa
aiorr bklClk UWILLUO vttk baaaaiaal, aoa
Ulalac 10 roama, aa B atraat aortk aoatk aa4o
bjtvaaa Hlalh aai Taatk atraata,
Ttraiaar aalot Oaaiklr4f ikapartbaianaaar
la k bb!4 aaak Ja kaa4 1 tka raaldaa tkaraof la r
Hatlaal ft bb4 19 Bkaatba fraai 4ar af aal wtlk
taurtat, U ba aaaar4 by 4 a? lrai aa ika
prapan A 4aa4 ilaaa wboa all tbo paraboa
imi af Iko parthatar Aaapaall of will bo
i paraaaaar at laii
k i ula n ui na im iib
wttMa tkraa 4aa rraaa tha a af aalo. t
artrwUlbtroavUftt Uo al af Ika 4
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TO HI. .
BfaiAUOrOkDHana Bat? PaPiftTaTt
Than wUl b a14 fttvOlf, H f' Hlka kltV
aal blddari at iaa aa WXDBBiDAT abnaty IA,
If7". l"tb otlaa of tha laiprtr( Or4aaata,
Barr Tatd, rorlaoioatb. n Hi. ft larto lot af
artalaafr4aaaa( aanprlalag aaul Ama fta4
Tarmat Uaakalf aaak. la Oavaramaa! fa aim. a
Ik aoaalBitaft t tka aalo. aai ika raatalaAar
wllkla tea 4aya aJlarwaria, 4artac wblob tlaia tka
artlalaa maal b raaiafaA (root tk ra4 1 ouarwlao
tkar will raTtrt ta tka aeTtratataL
lllaioaa41aUaatlraa4arato4 tka aa raraa
Uo will borttoaf prakaaar of artlalaa affir4
foraaia, a4 at4 I tka aatalana. at rocarta
tkalr oxaat ooa4ltloa r qtaltir, bai It ta ballat a4,
jj.. u.i ,nniii., fKsfiktir-
JU-Uwdi Clilaror lrart.
. LAWRENCE D.DIETZ& CO..
mrOBTIU MB DEALEB
Find eoodj, np$imt atnr, ir,
308 Wcat Baltimoro Btreet,
UTWKU BOViuf JUID'lblSTT,
WHS EYE3IQIIT accurately tutted
wii iV&Mcj or ether Sptctaclet by
morefy OAmrrin oru queUionu
Optician, National Hotel.
T AD1KS ABD nKBTLIUIS flAB nAVl PI
XJ iU aaBaluiloaaal B. MT Bfaaaachaaatta
at aaaa, balwaaa Taath and llavaath alraata waal,
i vi ubvris,di tn Hiaora uapiia,iluai
Fine Drngi, Medltlnu and Ohemictli
iln A FOll "KOSTJUJT F
lOiFI. BSDIUM. riKrOMIKIU
iD F1TIJT MIC1CUH.
Y.M.G. A. BUILDING,
J la tha aaaa af Wm t Minimi aai Joif
Biaaaaaa, aiaaatartorOMriaO B AtKafaall
aaaaaad, lb aaaaalora aforaaatd kir, wllb lb
approballoaaf thaUrpfaaoi' Oonrlof WaaklBiton
air afaraaaU, ftppolaiod BATUKOAT, 11th 4ar
of FabraarT, A 1 11T7U. far Uo latl Mitla
ntal aa4 Uiatrlbsrloa of tka paraaaal aiUla of
aa!4 4aaaaaJ1aB4 of tba aaaala la faaa,aa far ai
mbii a)r vtfB avuvvifa saa laraoa lata
Roaar t wkaa, and waara all tka oradliora aad
lira of aatd dacaaiadsra antlla4 loaltaad, wllb
tkalr alalia propailr ToaebaJ. or tkar nay othar
wlao bp law ba xolada4 iroDiri baaaSl la
aald dMt.d' aatatai provtda a aopp af tkla
4ar U pabllali-d otea a woak f jr tfaraa waaba la
ika Batioial Jtsrviiiesa prtftoaa to ika sail
WAMTBD-A LOT OJ
St UU Oflta, with pries sad
Jt ft try, I. D . I, 4 wwlrt In ,
Ik, Jr. , foil tC a4ftl too Mwl of tbo
ko1drr lit BOtaaMaradthafnbr. I will Hll, on
UTCRDir, Ik A Jar of lrf. A, K
) ob tho rrnl)i ill tok p m Lata
Iwoatr Mtuin) WllhMMltltaaf p-rlof
It Art BtHbrt4 ! aeaAroA asS Iklrlr foar
4 of trail 4l4 lb kJT of
a.f, fin ill. at s. itrMAorthlioHrTr
Iaa aata, r4tUrt.r PwIiImU aaBAIirBU
praaiMt at t'litarriiHi MaM-aa
iwmbt .. m.i in m mi & ivnii
Xaik 141 frtkli fwl t lih iiliv Jm
ft, i4 Ha (ak la It-loot kUtri
fat7AlUiowl4BparUr . ... ,
Tka iiHMBrtibruMdM f Iratt, Jt4
Is par wk tio BbTatafa ia aJrrU4, la
ootl aoarvlar nr Ttrtta oJtkUa4TrlltBi
. Tarsal Caakj fcHTrato rrtaUortfM
muss ski'uhk 27;tir .sa
ttraai, a faw daara aaaia of PaaatTltaala ava
Ia la la laaeaatfal wkaa otbara Talli j toil
aallal aa4 rallabi laparato roonu tot lidlaa. m
Another Mooting Disturbed
UEYIVAl OF" ROTOYISM.
Law Droaklng Corporatloa
ATTEMPT TO CDECK FREB ACTION.
EXOIXIHO BOEHEB AT DHI0N
Th SltorgtBlteri WTthdrw TTider
tha Leal of Bowea Offiolali
i4aaaa fat Ik parpaaa af vfat
f tka proaaai lfloaaf ATtalaTtlfatlei. wttk
oai aiauaauaa i rata ar aoior, wao nap a-
ad Iko aUrttlaa af uaa to nea wkaao Idaa
ttlamtloa wllk Iko balao lauraaU of Aba altp
Will k aaaaraalaai af IB a falikfal aa4 atnaom
laalparfornaaoa arthalr "TarL 4at1jsat tJaUa
Laagaa Mali, a IXIDATilWlBBIkb'flit
B(jrj U AfsCoT.liwaUrr.
larefpaniato UiU.caIVb Urge number
of Mraool began to aisambla fa front of
unnniiUfMi ntik aojeriy n-nrJMt
bet of thfl neo who vera foremost In tha
dUdrderlr element rrtent on Wedneadmr
amain f. Some dUcretlOTTTloireTer, waa at
nniBaain aamuuoK partiea to tbs ball,
And Mr. J. II. CrDMmai tru ktAUoned at
tba cater door, eo that, with the asiUUnce
Of ona of ttra AletroBolltAB. tknllimlui.Afidj
xooded la keeping: out camber, of inn who
ULtsrvu oairurairoDB 01 ruiermr "iar inm
parpoaa aa aeTarai or mem arowcaj 01
Thlf rale ADplled odItlo the rowdr ele
ment. TlMt gcoikman who came forward
aad arowed their earoett&euof parroae to
be preaiil to 'nrUdimtQ Ja the IteUlmAle
objacu of. tbenteMoffTifTrr tvJiaJUed. 3
ins lULprjuon ox utu iviAn j ine.iiar aau a
the aecond floor of the building: waa well
auea oeiore ioe meeung; naaooeaopanea.
AmoDff those preteo t were many well'
ktiown Bapobllcaai, botiwhlio and colored.
There waa a prlDkllor! of corporation em
ployeea, who occoplad i put la the audience.
nd whoae aubjaqneot ooodact prof ed;they
wert there for bo gft" JoitfprTl(ra W
thi openlos; of the ta Mtlcf , aereral men la
the emptor of the wiird eomailMleaera Ap
peared at tot lower djor and Instructed the
masa of colored rota collected tnsre to come
with them. The crowd caorod off ap
parentln aa Ihough to Jcare the meeting fa
peaae, but aa, aabKQUiiaUj appeared, thli
waa a raao, aa 0tf goto t ap NlstbrAtreet
short dUUnce'jio jtiumM Ja'aadsof
three or four and thai jjalned Admission to
ItwaeeTldeat from wliAtlrAHiptred out
aide the hall that the ward bcATgojtn, la
borers, Ac, had been ordered, to assemble
and obey orders, for the oommAnds could be
distinctly heArd for the different wards to
Aisemhla At dlffereibt point a hi the street.
The word of comma od waa generally clren
At 7iS0 o'clock, Mr- Wra. Dixon, president
of the Wedaasday eT-ntajr meetlDr, called
the AAiemblAKe together, and read the call
as pabllahed abore.
Oa motion, Mr. DM.Eelsey waa chosen
secretary. Mr plxon then addressed the
ADDUBsa or mr. sixoat, tsq.
aitLOW'HaroBLtOAirailt Is with aafslf ned
sstlafatlloa that t ACSt. yod this OTaakof,
kftowldf ikfttyoueeaaenare act a 4 tad by no
raallata of raaaor ot paraooal hfttrad ta aar
oae. sat by the mol boaortblo aiotlraa
raollpaa that art latLmataly aonatotad with
tha wolfara of Ika tontnaalty la wbloh wa
lira Mot aa dlaorfaalxeii. bat as thota
Jaaloua for tba prisalplaa whlah aarad this
aatiqa froaa dliruptloo. and which a short
time alaaa gava prom It-M atartlof this city
Id a aaraar af prosperity hlthtrio aakaowa.
It ta vala for aoy taaa eoaasetad with tha
npblltan parly hara to ssy all la well
What art) the faotat Ooograia. by tlrlor tha
rraDShlaa to a rao who had atrar bafora
knawawhil it waa to protaat tatnatlraa by
tha ballot, aoablad uato pUt tba admlala.
tratlua of thla aapltal rlfht, as we auppoaaj,
bateraihatraaA aoaatry IhAt was aoitaUally
aeaaalaf pur poo tie
Ooratoa; to this eswjjr aafraashtiad ptfpla
we told team Of our aympathy with tham.aad
ppaaiad to than to Ualta with us la th llghl
Tka appaal waa not mada la TaJn, Hlcht i to-
trously did wa alarata taiplaa aad pewor
koaa who eaada dselaratlona of, unswerving
patrlotltnaadisratloa to the prlotlptttal
ataka aad tka lataroata of the paopla, Haarea,
bowafar, had thadla of battla boon huabad,
odour rajolslag aaaa4r wkaav lb waa aaan
with, latsnaa wortlfltatldn that iotas of our
Ita4srs,axmltd baaaaaa af Ihia lalaaaaly pro
faaaad davotloa to right, bag a a to Itaaglns
taanttlraa oar lerda and-iaatrs,Toa4y to
SMrlflaa tka lataraata oMtlhara forthslr own
a reread liana at Ian alavarofpaaeoi but If
leaonotjkftre It -unlet IstsrlHaaprloelpla,
than gtra m war. aad that aoollonally
Laugutt r.1 U UUa be trsaaoo, naks tha moat
of It, "
we anarga is npoa soma or taoae most
aai laat inajr waoiosouria Baa boa a
auah as to dagrada tha tpabtkaa parly of
tbla ally. Watnluiewt ars born out by tha
imii wnan wwini tua uwt an naiini ai at
LookatthelatarBaUauds of our ally ad
ml o til ration, TA1S boarwa aso tarn by brolli)
aaahotbar uatll'tha apfetaela Ass become
huaiitlatlog la the aatreaa-
I nay naatlaa two 01 throe ImIi wall
kaowa. Una lai the par aal quarrala of tha
Alayer of tkla eily aal wlttOhoaa of tba op
raalUoa party oaly.bul with our own frUoda
white aad aU red -haabeaalasharaettr aad
nunbar uobaardof uadar a ally goTornnsot
bare. Thaie uarrtla hare bea with sons
ofthaawataod most totelllgeet man of our
party, man who should hara boon tratod
with eoasldtratloa aa daaarrlBg wall of the
r arty, aod' atpatt ally wall of thoie whom,
bay bad largely Aal pad to alarata
Another lai our olty goTeramant hasbsoa la
the laat alghtaea moothatbe party to a greater
aumber of unaeaassary satis una had oasurred
la aoy praTloes period of twantr years, In
voltUg tipanaa aad odium to the ally, and
tueh aa to allall the Juit reprobatloaof an
hoeast Judga oatha boasb aad whaa appa
rently Its effort has base to pro tat l tha Inlar
its of thaolty aad Its paopfo, the vary leju
dlttoua baata and great ylolaute aahlbllod
baraaauaad humlllatloo ratharthaa rletorr
to ba Its portion Again, loitead of merit and
daroUon toprlaelpla balng made the teat of
party loratiy aadof promotion toof reteo.
Uoo la tnaaubordlnata poaltlona wllhla Ih
eoatrolof tboia la power, the tail haa almoit
lararlably beta "It faedrtad to met "la
mynama upoahls flair bod If tbla hat not
bsea the faat, the Indrrldualhasbtea forced
bo tba wall, aad UOltit aueeumblng haa bttn
I speak aot la eager but la sorrow, teller
Inglbatlbut Ctho tha faallaga of tha great
maaa of thinking aad worthy BtpublUeas,'
white and eotoraJ, of oar city
Yeu, I uoderalADd, hara noma hare to calm
ly Sod hootitly souaaal tocathar aa ragarda
the beat aourie to ba taken 1 hope you may
be guided by wisdom, end that no etui of
rag rat mar ear bar ours.
The addnii warfreiacntly Interrupted by
Oa motion, Uciiri. Crossmao, Clephane
and Wm. II. Brown, Jr., were Appointed a
committee oa resolutions.
Mr A, WeUoa offered the follow I oj; reso
lution! which was adopted i
Mitoivtd, Thatwa ttnJtrourtlncer tbanka
tothaltartrauCAH. Star and ttw$ for their
able drnt of Mb right to pcaiafutly aa
aabla" and lha right of free apcoeh to
ahaaiarullydlircgArded and trampled unon at
our last mealing
TBB BTOBM BRBWPIO.
Ur. Joseph Brooks, Aislstaot coftimts
sloner of the Second wafd. asked If this was
a free meeting.
The Chair ked -, jjr00ki If he was
present under thecal
Mr. Brooke aald he was,
f he Chair. Aa an anil Oowca mant
Hft m not PP -o answer that
The Chair. Thea, sir, If you cannot an
swer It afflrmatlTslyl cannot ncognUe tou
as a member of thla meettnf .'
Mr. lirooks subMded for a few mlautes,
when Mr. Watioa mored fbr the appoint
ment of a lergeant-at-ariui. Adopted
Mr. Watson then moTid that the cbalr
Invite those oppoaod to the objects of the
meeting to leave the hall.
Mr. Kelly hoped that the motion would
not be adopted j he did not like this manner
of doing business If there were aoy men
who favored Mr. Bowea'a Admlalttralloabe
hoped that they would remain ioj conduct
themselves properly, lie did not bcllcro thAt
tb (rentleinei. voqII tti dliofdarlT'if they
wer tIltlv rflfl(Lal bit U da ktV lt Wkl
la fTor, of fneapfMbi m U mwUnr
would accord thAt to alt who desired to Act
Mr. Ht.Oi.Ip aald that he WAAB Reoah
llcaa and a freeman. Jle waa optn to argu
ment, Aod If he was ahowa wherein the
Republican party could do better without
Mr. Bowen,h would lit qurttly and llateo
It waa now plainly evident that Brooks
and a party "bo enpportod him were present
to Interrupt the proceedings by the ventlta
tfoi Of their Ideas. lie was Instrumental at
thle Jnoclure la promoting the f rat confa
elonof theeveQlos; by calling loudly to be
parmltlod to Uke the floor.
tugvuair. uuwaTor, raiaaoa n ixcogauo
it one until order was restored.
Mf. Phllhroek waa In favor of allowlaa
all to remain as long aa thejeonducted them;
lei tea as trentlomen.
&tr. watson was not ia rarer or Alio wi to
the meeting o bo'brokbn up a ItrAUsh
it Duuaauaj ji waa in iTor di irvo Bprraco,
but, la Qod'i name, let ererr niaa bebAfe
himself. Let theio rowdlee breAk up the
meetlnsr. we will call Ahother oa. and maka
arplIcAtloa for the pollco to protect nj. If
they cannot do It. we will gd to the General
uoTernmcni ana az ior miiuaff asiist
Mr. Brooks In listing upon being heard,
the Chair bet-zed thAt the Audteace would
llatSn to him nnlatlv.
r jiuse, srassisiantcommiaaioMr or
tbe Drat ward. QIti us free I peach j that U
wnat we want
f K hearing was finally obtained.
If p. n-rtnka nU that ka il tka alf tlnh.
ttshed. He saw that It wal an anil Bowen
meeting, but supposed that the light of free
peecn wouia do grauieaaoaueaaaaiienana.
When be arrived he found the doort looked
and nobody allowed to enter aala they be
lourea to a certain ciaas. lie came were to
bhttle with tbe opponents of the Mayor,
against whom and his ad ml nil t ration not hlog
should be aald derogatory
CULMtBATIOB OF TATB MtOBOBB.
Carey White called, BrookA to order. Ha
had made ehArgea against him la yearf
gooo by. lie waa not here ta th InteresU
of the objects of the. meeting, but was pres
ent as a dlsorganlser
Bcene of confusion No. 3 here occurred -
About twenty men surrounded Brooke and
huryahed for Bowen la lUntorUn tones.
Brooks stepped la front of the spoAkers. A
polet or order hAvlog beea made by Mr.
Cunningham, the chairman refuted further
to listen to Mr. Brooks. ,
Cbofnslon reigned snptbmaifot some mo
ments, about one third of the audience
mounting on the ebalra and benches, all
velllnr at the too ef their toIcas. soma hur
rahing for Bowen, soma crying "ordar,'1
"sitaowD, -pu aueaisimDera out," etc.
t. Clephane, raoaatlag a chair aad cry
ing at the top of hii voice, hoped the meet
ing would come to ordef and llstea to the
Aa soon as he ceased the rallUffeoca
meaced Again, the rowdy element becoming
aobolstreToaithatUr.plxonealled for Mr.'
Keller to take the chair, while he went out
to call LteutenABt TaU, of the police fore.
Ur. Kelsey, In assuaung tbe chair, bagged
the Audience to rcsame their seals. All la
favor of holding a peAciAble meeting would
teko their seats, he knew.
Mr. Hulse again wasted free speech
John O'DonoiAO wanted a hearlog hat
could not raise hlsToIce to a ApJucieatly
hl(h pitch And failed la his endeavor
Mr. Clephane hating obtained the floor,
reported from the committee on resolutions
a series which had been prepared and which
were banded to Mr. Crossmao to read.
Mr. Crossmaa attempted to read the reso
lutions, bat after going over tbe Ant line,
one of the roughs moved to adlouro. another
to lay the resolutions on the table, all of
wnicii motions were rernsea nj tne uaAir
Mr. ClepbAoo desired- Ut Crossmao to
cease his attempt to read the resolutions
and mounting a chair, addressed the crowd.
He wanted those preaent to understand that
this was not a meeting fer free discussion.
It had beea called for a ipeclflo purpose.
The sranllemea present had assembled to de
liberate apoa a plan of org mixing the Be-
paoucaoa oi tne ei.yor. lYASuagton woo
wero opposed to the present maolcTpal gov
ernment. He could not understand why
this crowd had been brought here or for
what, purpoae, unless It was to overawe the
mora respectable people of the community.
Mr. Hulie wanted to know If they were
not going to allow fret speech
TBB rOUCB DiriBD
Mr. Ilhlnehart would Inform Mr. Holse
that It was a free-speech meatlnp, but for
the free ipeecbof those (who bad been la
vlted; to take part. By this Une! Lieutenant
TaltrfWltha number of .policemen, entered
tka room, but loomed utterly-powerless to
preserve order. Finally, the (chairman said
If Mr. Brooks and others wei. net better
behaved, no matter how disagreeable the
dnty might be, be wvald he compelled to
call on too police to escort them from the
Mr. Brooks, "I defy Any polleemaa of the
District of Columbia to lay bis hands otj, me.
I am here aa a cltlian. and I care not. fbr
the entire police force." Turning to the po-'
llcemen, he aald, "Tee, I defy too, to fay
vour handa on me.'
The excitement now wag Intense! every
uuuj MtiauiK, vu cuaunaan gcauouuttiDK
Meanwhile tbe policemen stood by, doing
aothlng. When the crowd had la a measure
recovered rrom toe aeniaucm or Drools '
"defl" to the police, Messrs. BockfeUer and
flunrfa Ilnlmaa wara antwJBLflrlaMreitantiL.
arms, ind Mr. Clephane announced that for
the sake of oeAce ther woatd attempt to
bare no one ejected, but the names of tbe
parties acting aisoraeriy wouia be ukqo,
aod they he brought to justice hereafter.
This announcement secured Quiet for a
while, and Mr. Crossmaa embraced the op
portunity io rcA4.vBn resolutions, wnica Are
Whareas there are msay napublleaes la
lata city who ballaTe that a change should ba
aaaa at inavom.ng aiaeuoaia ear i
eutlve offlier. and balot unable uadar
party arrangers att to give eipreailoa to our
soavlattona, we have datermlatd to eall a
meeting for tha purpoaeof eo a farrlng together
ax BiaBuaaiag naaauraa ior waning gowi
Utpublleaoa ladaaata of the eassatlal prlo-
a 1 nla a or tha nartvi tharafAra
jtilM Thai we awpvort thatadmlolatri
lion of Prtaldeal Uraat, Ahd aadorie the
polity of IhaprvaaatOongraaa
Ktolp-al.ThatwwBr diatatuttd with the
ooaraa or. Major iiowaa, ana are atreagly and
dealdedlvoppoeed to Ala ralaaUoa.
Aaaiaao1. That wa ara la . nf alaalln a
thaofflsaot JUaror of thla ally at tha aoat
tlactloo tonapanoo kaowa to be a Kapubll
mma, wuvi, yv.iiiwa in (Uia gvBUBUBUJ. tua
whole eons eat ion with Its moral, edetatloaal
aad malarial lateralis will be a tu ration t
guaraalea for tba proper dlieharge of his offl.
alaldatloa r m
Ruolt4, That In tha unfair mttboda of dis
tributing patrooaga, awardlag o atraata, pay
ing elalmi. la the dliftouttaoue traatmaol of
thaolttsaiatla the uauiual aad unwarrant
a oi omeiAt powar, ia patty
la exhlbltlone el arrogaoae
ana paraooai lainahaata and alf seeking, and
la the arbitrary mouldlag aad worklag th
Early raaebtoary for the purpoae of succeeding
Imaalf or daalanaltna1 hla intnuiAr. , rinl
auOolant juillitcalloa for our oppoallloa to
tha oraiant aaaautl. aad ta tha .bfiiil.
lion ui iu jirpitDiiaan party in in it our
Xtntvtd, That wa are opposed t any th
lotnaionn oi qur gorerameai
which ahall In any war abridge the right of
the people to elect their own rulers.
Tbe question was at once taken, aad the
resolutions were adopted by a large majority,
proving conclusively that the disorderly ele
ment was In a decided minority.
Mr. Watson then offered the following
reaolutloni which was adopted unanlmouslvi
Rnotvtd. Thai we reapeatfulty roqueat of
Oongraaslo hare the bail portrait or tholate
secretary titantao aeleetad, to be laaorlbedaa
foiiown "EJwia M stantou, BttreUrr ef
War for ala year, and died poor An honeil
mania the nobleat work of uod." A copy of
thla portrait ao loacrlbed to ba furalihed and
hung up In each Department aod Bureau of
iao uoTrnaieiiilaiBoaaopf io i luraianeJ
to eaah aiaciaor and eollealor of InUrnal rav
mii. aad everr DrlnelDal aDllaetloa bbi! Aim
burilng omce throughout the Unloo, for the
purpoae ui pirmDDi raapeoi io to UIIIIO
gulibsd daeaatcil, and aa al great effort at
economy, with the hope and belief that fewr
offleera would defraud or permit other) lo de
fraud the (Jovernment with tha eyoa of the
ratrlotle, honeet and Indomitable old (Sacra.
try upon them
M49tv4d, Thai If auah portrait la prepared
that a lonr ba furntahail tar tha M.n.i
ehVbAld Ia 0D tQt "' ' th Uoaao1
Anerthii Mr. Brooki got the floor, and
moved to adjourn,
Bhouta of "No, no!"
fAi??0!' iCrowa talheiftj round the
front of tbe chairman, and a-.i- tr. m.
phane took the floor, offering the foUowlng
Jt'ioifad. That lha rlahl af iti.. -. .
lv1r!i',.v"frt" to .. e:
Mr. Cunningham offered ai an Amend
meat the follow Ingi
rjtttalfMa. That lb Mil -a faraa of lha allV la
ntttriyuaabla toproteet thle meeting front.
BBHITBLB ADTlCt. , .
At this DOlat a colored man. rentenif
drasaed. forced hli way through the crowd
ana asaea permisiioa to say a lew worm,
Heealdi I come to you as a stranger, and
hATe no part In the municipal content Id
which you areengAged. I comofrom Feoh
lytf aula, aod make my first appearanoe la a
puhlld meeting to-night. Iatk you,latM
name of God ia the nAtne of the Republl
eaa party by all that li lacred, bo meo, and
Act as inch. It palni me to see thli dUot
dertyproceedlngon the- part of men of my
race. Why, la reoneylranla, where men of
color have noTOte. they Assemble with white
tnfen And are treated with courtesy. Again,
I appcat to the crowd, as American cltlxeoa,
let tats disorder bo killed here, and do not
let in Maine of wy people be published to
the world. f
The name of the speaker wal subseqntntly
ascertained to be J. W.Brown, of I'hlla
'' ,Mr. Maurice Tecblh hatlog succeeded la
jtaiiiBK; ay uuur, inaq- aq k'jfcsi io ,ua
crowd to reepect themietTCi and (he tight of
InglanddlaoBasaayaad'AU qmxtlmrt that
wererf Interest to them.
Mr. Pecmns remark! seemed to have a
momentary good effect upon the crowd, but
ja closing bis remarks said "Remember what
the call for thla meetloff l.'
To thli statement MArccllai West replied
la each a meaner ai to Agata start the
t Mf. Clephane made a motion that a com
mutee on organisation oe appointed, to con
list of two gentlemen from each ward,
lacy ta report ajvaiu.uramseung Auopteat
The followlpgr committee has been ap-
rjolAted. and waBannoancedLomeet at Mr.
rhUbrook's oflloe. on Tuesday ereulng nexlj
atto'docki ' '
WHlTm 01 OBOlWlXATtOW.
First Ward Thomas Martin, aa. KHy
Second WArd Lewis Clephaae, David
Third TTard 11. B. rhllbrook, Andrew
Fourth WArilW.. IL Croumsn. Geo. W.
Fifth WArdtUoha Grinder, Wllllim H.
Sixth Wsfd Frahk GaIoaa, Jt. A.SImmi,
tUveoth Waftl J. W. Green. L. G. Ulna,
The meeting adjourned amjd loud cheers
for , Bowen, loud irroaas for Bowen. loud
cbeere for antl Bowen, loud cheers for
VOht aowia ao nia niAwn.
Jed here Tom Bowie and a mob, among 1
which WAA Houlihan, the party acanltted of 1
morUeradAyoT two Ago, entered the hell,
Andes tba antl Boareu patty were leaving
the ball, Tom yelled out to "hare another
meeting. Loud call wrraniAde for Brooks,
and' that Irrepressible party took the chair,
but hie adrAlalstraUoa was of short 4 oration,
the equally Irrepressible Xn. Dr. Lock
wood marched Into the hall and commenced
to tarn off the gas. The mob then Inconti
nently left Oa reaching the street a (hout
went up, "Come oo, friends of Bowen. there
li a meeting at tbe City Hall IV Thither a
large number proceeded.
Bread and Batter Briffado.
Heellor of tbo Olatnrbera at tba
Cltj Hall-Tbe Dread and nnller
Crowd tp Fore Conamra on tba
BeUrtol Hoettntt-Tbe Pol Call
ins (he Kettle DUck-Hlebael
Oairy I1 ad aa b Irlab Vote
TTl dom From Mlka Shl
laer Tba Oorparallam Em-
pleyues All Endoraa
Mr. Uoweai of Camree.
While the meeting la Union League Halt
waila progress the corporatloa attorney,
W. A. Cook Henry IHmber, commissioner
of the First wardi Wm. . Nott, Col. Perry
Carson, Maurice Murphy, comnussloaer of
the Fourth ward) Edward Atkinson, com
missioner of the Fifth ward, aod several
hundred other corporation employees ro
solTod to hold ameetlnif at the City Hall,
and thither a1 portion of tha crowd wended
their way. v .
The Aldermen's chamber waa thrown
vpqpt aau iqa oraa-auq outier crowu organ
Ised at 6 Sq p'ctock, og the choice of Mr. B.
D. Peck aa chairman, and Atktosoa as
Mr Peck addressed the meeting at. some
length, and was followed by Atkinson.
Prof. Green offered the following rcsola i
UOO, wuica waa auiopHni
BatelMa. That the lhaaks of thla meatlag ia
de and la hereby teadarad io Joaeph Brook
eaqi and ettrerat who Drmly and maarutly 4a
fandaAlharifhlor free speech, anl the right
Of true Republlcnoa to control. If la tha ma
jority, the Republican lataraata of this ally as
la every othar part of this country.
Mr Butler narrated his experience la at
tempting" to gala admtsston to the Union
League flail meeting, to the amassment of
Captain McMehon said he had eume to
the meeting aa a Republican. He was
preaidentof thf National Irish Republican
Aisoclalloni that be wished to ssy here that
he heartily commended the resolution J nit
adopted. The day or Democratlo trlnmph
was ended forever. He was passing down
Ninth street this erenlng, and undorilood
that there wai a Republican meeting being1
held. Ho waa surprised At the conduct of
those who carred oa tbe meeting, and thilr
acts dessrTed the severest censure of all
good, true Republicans.
The meeting extended a Tote of thanks to
the speAker for his remarks.
MIchAel Dnffey said those who were fore
most la tbe antl Bowen movement were
those who had lived off of the corporation
for yean past, aad because they could not
rule they were determined to break up the
party. They were nenr identified with tbe
Republican party, and were la the Tasks of
the Tenitoriallsti. He defended himself
against the aspexslons cast upon Mm at a
previous meeting, lis thought If the Re
publicans held together as they had fbr three
nights past, they would certainly elect Saylea
J. Bowen. He had always fought for the
rights of the colored num, and la spite of
Crane aod all the wild fowls the Republi
cans would succeed. If the few dissenters
could elect their Mayor, they were at liberty
to do so, bat he would pledge the Irish rote
of the city for the Republican nominee.
Prof. Green next offered the following,
nutbu nan auvvui
Xnelwa. That as laboring men and friends
f tha lADorlna? alaaaaawko aomrtaaa !
majority of the voting population of the lilt
trUtof Columbia, we Indorie tbe action of
tne recant n euoaa ianor uoavaaiion, whleh
anembled la thle elty, for Ita oritDvtatlon of
a national labor bureau, with headquarters
within this Dlatrlct, as a proper aod Judleloui
movement. Instituted at the right time, and
eatoulaudtoit-eogtbea tbaarmeof the party
who baa battled moat, earneitly and aueeeaa
fully for Ibaeleratlao of labor and tbe laborer
of all elasieiand of every condition aod elr
Mtiolv4, That we pledge ourielvea to do all
taour power to etreogtheo aad augment the
power of lha Central worklngmen's A not la
tloo, now la the course ef organisation la thli
elty) and with tha aid of such men ai have
already pledged thla meaiure their moat earn
eat eapport, la perfect lympathy and harmony
with tka party alone deaervlog our sympathy
and oo-opa ration, we look forward to the time
Kien the clamor for work aod tha eompltlole
out pay will oo longer be heard from honeit
which capital now hotda over labor.bul when
those twin iletera of civilisation, Jolnei hand
la band, ahall elevate all working men to their
proper and dlgalRed atandard, beautifying and
adornlag thla city and making It the place of
all others moil worthy of being retained as
the natlooal capital. .
JlfaeiMi.Thaf wereeonlte and InJorte tha
,-'."PWPuIlBhel by andeipe
alally devoted to the tutorial or eolored man,
ai a movement calculated to do aa immeaae
amount of of good la the advocacy of tree Ke
publlcao principles, and one deiervlng our
unanimous lupport and co-operation
A IHIKIHO U0OT.
Mike Bhlaer said he had been In the city
57 years, and had seen all kinds of strategy
Mason and Dixon's line, the fugitive slave
bill, and all the Iniquities la tbo nation.
Gen. Jackson threatened to free the e'aTes
In South Carolina la 1833 If they didn't keep
dowa thetr nullification principle. Tbo men
who would be hypocrites and traitors to the
Republican principle! on account of not ret
ting corporatloa oQoes wire not worth boll
Voomi lie would not let aoy ooi lead hhn
hwayjAhd he should always exercise hla
Jodffmeat whether rollng for a black man or
a white man, and he should stick to Bowen
ueaianot DeueTeiaiAiter-aay saints, Ana
wouia aoia on to Atayor uowen rorerer.
Some worn mad with Bowen because they
would Act let them go to bed with him at
at the same table with him- He blamed
some of the Republicans bKAUio they prom
ised io ranch and did so little Ba didn't
want aoy one to promise him a faror, espe
dally to derate htm to the level of the
Goddess f Liberty on the Capitol Tbal'a
the Ideal do you understand h1 If any
onawfntodhtiTotehe muitrit promlia too
much Don't you seel
Mike eourtalned the tneetlng with his
reminiscences of Washington. Tyler, and
Fillmore had died politically, because they
wlff If Alton. irauehWAAthefatfofgnar
mes.WhAi would bccomlof Isch tnea aa
Crane, Orosstnan, Halloa and Galneat All
wereiabjecttomAklng mlsUke,but such
mlaAkee wen not likely to occur again In
the Republican party.
(lid opposed the movement Inaugurated to
hATB-nlAed schools, aad aald It was a trap
to brimfcap the Republican party. Sensible
colored people would not try to fore
act. ab 1mm upon the people of the Die
ct.irWhJu teacher fop white ehlldreit.
Utaort 6" leathers fof colored Children, that
I area file tarittrt.
, V0H1 BlaOUTfOHft, . a
Then followed th adoption of the follow,
lngresolaliont offered by Profenor A. If
Vkereai a Urea ndmber at the Useabliqaa
Toters or waihlagtoa Bars bat a this ivsaIac
denied the right to parti tt pate in a mail meet?.
mg oi proreaaea Kepubiieeee, aad wharaaa
the aald pretended Republicans eoatiraedla
lha taABkgsment of aald maal lug, have locked
their doors upon the.taus of Bermblltaa
votere who differ from them la their wild
etrottaatthadlaarganlsatloaof the Republl-
u iiiii;Ibuiiid lafuogim a treat use
eattle,eodearorlng thereby io plaee you la-a
V.U4HUH uj tuiub oi iBir oatri
i rou land voar laat and India? meat
resBQlmeator the laaulti u Invite the een-
sure of thoie whe may aot u A derates 4 tha
eatieof year being than aeoembred Io tuaa
araat nnmha.a. thararnM k. It ''
Rtiotptd, Thattheeoadneief lhoiekan enti
tle them to th eeaaure aod Aeaaat ladlgaatlon
of every true man within ar Barty, "
Siuolvti, That lha ear-Met aat icaloua man
ner la which the i selored maw rally aad
defend their dear bought boon of liberty aod
eefraoebliemeat la the lurett and beat evi
dence of their appreciation of liberty aad
equality, and the good policy of the Republican
party in conferring thoae rigata apoa aa.
titolvtd, That this meatlag whea H adjourns
it be to meet on neat Wed need avenue, la
the purpose of aapreaalag the ladlgnatloeiof
altwhaoppoia each notion ai thoae meo ar
vagagra ta, aso to ma inn oiatr action BS
the preaeal condition of affairs nay require.
noeawaiMswi- or tan tuToa at Tbb OAff-
William Bowen aald ha had beea ruled
out of Union League hall. It was time Crane
had been routed from the Fourth ward
he bad been from the BeyenUu Tie do-
nouBced Hatton and McCoy as traitors, and
ha was going to watch themepot them on
very occasion. lie lavorea toe organisa
tion of secret societies to counsel toerether
And find out who are our friends. Mayor
Bowen had done more thaa any one to help
the colored men.
v Mr. MAurlce Murphy, commissioner of
the Fourth ward, opposed the formation of
acre, eocieuee. ids Kspnoucaa pieirorm
was broad enough and strong enough with
out any secret societies.
Neither did he want the Irishman to draw
off from the Irish ReDubUeaa club. That
was good enough for irishmen, and would
become stronger as It got older.
Mr. Murphy said Alderman Emery was
how plotting to get himself nominated aa
Mayor, and bad already made overture to
some to estiH in sputunr me cartr.
Joseph Brooks.tho next speaker, said that
Major uowen oaui carnoa iuo nnaying grati
tude of all true Republicans, ne had riven
the colored teen work abolished th eon
tract system, aod had shown lha B. A O. R.
i. uo., inai tnia municipal government
waa not for sale, and could not be bought:
Prof. Green made the closing speech, and
adverted to tbe manner la which certain
Journals bad commented upon the meetings
held the past two nights. He advised the
Republicans to stand by the party and let
their friends In Congress see that they were
aeierminea to aanere to tne nni. se dis
claimed that they were dlsorganlAers. They
went to the meetings called by Republicans,
as those who called them had been to the
club tneetlagi and consumed the time that
shonld hare been deTOted to buslneai.
Mr. R, B. Unlie offered the following,
nuiu waa auopica I
X'eW, That wo do not la any manner re
cognize the persons who called tbe meeting at
Union League Uall thla areolae; for an antl
uuwvu wmtng Aapuaiiaaaa, aa il waa
largely made up of mod long knows el wadlna;
Uemoerats la this city,
A committee was appointed to make sr-
raogerhania for holttwg m gtmo4 nar-a aeelr
lng on Wednesday iTening next.
Ton I.ataTuo. H. UAYBrma.The fol
lowing preamble and reaolutlons were passed
at the last session of the quarterly confer
ence of tbe Metropolitan Methodist Eptsco
cal church, jommamoratlve of th reepect
and esteem Ja which they held oar la
mented follow-ciUsen, T. If. Havunneri de
Whereas our fallow Isborer ta Christ,
Brother Thomas It llaveaoar, has entered
Into rait, called of God to aa abeadant en
trance Into II la kingdom aa hlgfei aad whereaa
w era inwa eroiuaa to aaoara wua neartttll
aorrowlhe leaaof aaaaeeetat who haa not
only been cloaelr Ideattned wllb thla. our Me.
irepoiltan cnuron.rrom lie very Inception,
but whe, by hla wisdom la eouottl, his pa
i-ub; u niianw u lUiniNb Bll pa
Heat, peralateat energy la execution, hla
teat, pereitieai energy ia eiteutton, hie
ibuodent faith and earnest labors, hath
abundant faith and earnest labors, hath
greatly promoted Ita preieatsdesaae aad, the
honor and glory of Ood therein!
donor and glory of Ood therein!
MttaitMa, i oat wane we moua with exceed
log grlof our loaaal hie departure, we recall
wim avuiiiuiau am u.iuui millllUiaMI laO
bright et ample whleh he has left na of an ear
ncit,aonilatent,Obrlatlanll"ei none lett lea
der, pure and aplrltual, than true, mealy aad
vlgoroui, aod do rejoice la lis precious mam
RttoltxJ. That we deeply sympathise with
the widow and children of our dear brother ta
thetr great bereavement, and do mo it ear
neitly Invoke the Divine bloating upon them
and the Holy Splrlta'comfortlngpreseao with
them la thli, the time of their sore asgulih
A committee was also appointed to wait
upon the Board of Trustees and request per
mission to plac upon the church a tablet
In memory of the deceAied
Local BaBnTws. Mr.. Samuel Strong,
the contractor for renumbering the bouses,
warranted forty-eight persons to reooTcr
the amount due for numbering their houses,
tha suras ranging from 0 cents to $3 50. The
Joitlce gave Judgment In thirty five cases,
Teetprday Mr. Johan Christian Frederick
Schatslg filed an application In the clerk's
office of the SopremeGoortto have his name
changed to Charles Bhetse. Thle the first
application to the Supreme Court of the
District under the act of December 20, 1807.
Mr John H. Thompson, who died recent
ly la Billlmore, was well known In thli city
as a former aU tant engineer of the volun
teer fire department.
No good tit can bo guaranteed where
one perapa measures and another person
cuts tbo garment. Tbe only way to obtain
good fitting clothing Is to hare the same
person who takes the measures cnt the gar
incuts Every customer leaving his meas
ure at Oak Hall can rely on the fact that
bis apparel will be made up by the hands
employed by our house, and cul out bv Vu
i vtu ptrton wAo (Jti thi rrwarursi. This Is
ono of the reasons of the success of Osk
Hall We have at great expense secured
the services of Frank K. Dodge, late of
B roadway, and are now making suits to or
der rqual In style and flolsh to those of any
merchant tailoring establishment la Amer
ica Oak Hall, L. D. Barbonr A Co , 535
Seventh street, opposite Post Office.
it.5Bw.M.E'.P,, Preach on Capitol
Hill, First street east and Oionlb.at II a.
m , and Rat.. Mr. Thomas will deliver a dis
course at 7tS0 p. m.
street Methodist Protestant church, between
E and F street, to-morrow morning af 11
Tds Rot. Dr. Boynton will preach to
morrow morning and evening at the Ceo
tral Congregational church, Atatonio Tem
ple, 01 poalte thTlcnt Office,
TOUV.W FwwviiuTj as me lounary it, js,
chnrch la the afternoon at 9 o'clock.
BJMaiJfiTflK fICTI AHO UPRESSim.
MBkfBSBS of the Was Mug ton Corre
spondents' Clob will find An Important
notice el ie where.
A roRTSooviBa obdbh of the War De
partment will relieve Gens Williams, Breck,
and Helton, who will to transferred to
other folds of dnty.
Tbb Auoiriri.of fractional currency re-
dsemc-i at the Treasury Department during
the past three) monthi. was $3,000,000, while
for tha three months pmloni to October,
1950, was only IX.OOO.OOO.
Br fiiABCTiDB.ot th SeeretArr of the
Treasury, Ur, 8t .AdVini Wlggto, of the
rey s nia marto "office, yesterday reported to
the Bouei of &ajtrrWBg Inspectors, now In
SMsIoa'Af the Xbbttt, Itouie, as clcik or
thef board dariugr their session la this city.
jktttatio wbcbut of the choral
Society " to-ntght, at Ltncoln Uall, will pro
tabty ba on of, mrat brilUanl cntcrtala-
meau ever glTtnlnhiAclty. There will
Be no reserred seats save a few for the Presi
dent and Cabinet anffDlplomAUe Corps.
Wall's Ofkba Honn.--TherA waa a larce
at lend A eo hare last night to witness tbe
periormAnca. oi ITolneUe, tha Baacy House
mild," Whleh-wM tnosl admirably rendered.
And Afforded 'UMgrtAtest delight to tha Im
mense audience. It will be repealed to-
NITIOXJX.THAITAB Mr. and Mrs. Ltn-
gard were greeted try a large audience at-
tneir Denial last nlfchL There will be a
matinee this afternoon, the bnrleique of
Plnlo" being the mala attrACtlon. This
evening wilt be the last performance of this
tronpe, and a great bill la offered.
Tub UotjiB commute on Ways and
Means had a Tery Important session yes
terday, continuing It after the lionie met.
The tariff was considered, and a number
6C Important modifications Agreed upoo,
among otben was tha redaction of the
duty apoa molasses from elzht to fiver cents.
They will also raootnaxaad th redaction of
the duties on sugar, tea and coffee, tea Ting
tne nua; or duties oo inamiiacfjuree generallyi
It is said that BUoqne Bey, tbe Turkish
Minister, has, daring tha- past sU months,
upended six mLluonSof doiUrala eoldln
the United State. He has purchased, for
the use of the Turkish Gorerntnent, four
hundred thousand stand of arms, together
tUb, the machinery neceAaary to alter them
to breech-loaders. This U only the beginning
of eitJendttureA In tkla country br tha Turk.
Ian GoTinuasnl to add to the efficiency of
her army and bata! force.
NotfisinOM. The President sent the
following nominations to the Senate jester
day i Wm. Cumback, of Indiana, to be min
ister resident at Portugal, vice Samuel
ShelUbarger, resigned) E. 8. Nadal, of New
Jersey, to be assistant secretary of Lega
tion at London, rice Adam Badeaa, re
signed, Luther Lee, Jr., to be collector of
customs for the district of Norfolk and
CXJUICAL XXAltTBATIOB. Mr. W. P.
ShearmAn, the supervising officer of the
Internal reTense bureau, has commenced
the cxaminAtloa of lha clerks of that bureau
with the Tit w of Improving the system of
ea-rring on the work Th heads of dlTls
Ions svnd sections, as well aa the subordi
nate, are subjected to tbe moat rigid prac
tical examination la tha discharge of their
duties. Some time sine a similar examlna.
tloa was commenced, bnt the Commissioner
concluded thAt It Was not necessary. The
Importance of the strictest discipline, as well
aa the employment of the moat competent
clerks, hA recently been brought to his At
tamtion, hence the effort made to thoroughly
sift the affairs of the entire omce.
TnB Wbsklt Natiobax RBrtjBUcui for
this wwaJc eonUIoa Ute Congressional reports
ior tne past weorj me rail and Interesting
report of the International Exhibition meet
ing held at Lincoln hall kit Bala r day. with
rtaUett KUboum's able speechi report of
the meeting of the Congressional Tempe
rance Society! dltortal on The Northwest
Coaslj a large number of departmental news
Items) the eulogy of Attorney General Hoar
on the death of K. M. Sunt on the result
of the late Postal Conference' reports of
the printers meeting the American Olrll
Ixatloh Socletyj XrAngeileal Alliance and
many1 other meetings) also a number of
short articles oa rarlouA subjects. The
WbiBXt can be had la wrappers, ready for
malUag, and will be found tha most inter
esting number yet Issued.
The sscoad reception of Speaker Blaine
laat night was a grand su6cess, and was at
tended by most of the distinguished people
In the city. The magnificent parlors were
thronged from early In the erenlng until
lat at night, and Jt was tha unanimous !
opinion that these reception! art among thi '
most brilliant of the season.
SecreUry Fish's reception last night waal
also Tiry Urgeiy Attended by a brilliant and j
highly Intelligent assembly.
Secretary Robeson yesterday evening en
tertalned the members of the House Conv
mltteo on Naral Affairs, and Gen. Schenck
at dinner, at hla residence on I street.
The guests of the 81. Jamei hotel on
Thursday svsniag gars a delightful musical
entertainment to a number of butted guests
The spacious parlors of the house wero
thronged with Udles and gentlemen, And tho
CTenlngpassebffpIcmsantly toail. Among;
tnoae present were noticed Senator Cragtn
and ladr. Reoresentatlves Seaman ami
Stoughtoo, with their ladles, Delegates Cava-
nAugb and Chavls and ladles, Mr. D. C,
Forney and lady. Chief Clerk Grlnnell, of
the pAtent Office, Superintendent Armstrong,
of the postal route system, and others. Tho
evening's entertainment was enlivened with, ,
singing by Mr. John T. Parsoni, of this city, '
Mr. Church, of Illinois, and Prof. Barke,
all of whom delighted the company with
their Attlstle performances.
About 11 o'clock the party partook of An
elegant repast prepared by Mcsirs. Bunker
& Ce , the proprietors of the hotel, who did
ell In their power to please their guests. It
Is expected to 'tnako these reunions of,
monthly occurrence announcement which
will doubtlciA plei all who participate d In
the affair of Thursday evening.
The Rit. Dr. Newman, pastor of the Mc
tropolltaa M. E. charch, was most agree
ably surprised oa Thursday evening by a
party numbering about eighty, who came to
his residence and took forcible possession
thereof. He submitted with a moat excel
lent grace, and wm highly gratified by this
expression Of friendliness on tho part of his
After some time spent la mutual exrres
sloni of regard, the entire company partook
or a Dodauni refrain meat which was fur-
nlshsd by Ur. Shafflald, after which tha
J hoars passed rapidly, and II wai late- Vben
4 tvuu; Hwptimi
THE NEWS BY CABLES
Th. Iron -Worker.' Blrlk. .1 la
Cr.BMi Tho Hoiiui.i H.y- b.
B.T.I.II.aarr o. A ntaral
At.ld.al Trv.B. call. O.I,
Fiiia. JtDurr 21 Iimtnr. Th. itrlk.
of tho openUlrM at La Creaiot cpfiUoqe.,
4 U making a probraaa aeiuaUontbroiiib
t 1U. counlm on .coonnt of tha lata
onlnber of iron.a coneorood In It. It 1.
fund br th. OoT.nm.nl that th, examplo
th. ilrlken hay. hi will b. folloTod elM-
when. III. .appo.i that Ih.alrlkowa.
brought abont bynrolotlooarjafftnuand
loUUeaUltreoftMnod from laviacMhat
their nnmber. ara IncreailQg aod tbtlrd.-
manu ar. bwomlog mor. nanuoubl..
MCrcuok U on. ot tka grtattit Iron
mannfkotnrlnff town. In Eurotie, and tbl.
defection of th. workiaffmon la nuuing a
Th. raimarr eau. for tho atrlka.w.1
achanKlnUcenral dlreoUoa of kffalr.
tberoj tor whleh th. Workmen object!.
a dnodfai aeadmt. Ik. urarv af whleh
h.e not traniplred, ocenfred thn. TeaUr
daj, whereby aereral miner, wen killed.
Thu haa had tha tendency to loereaia lha
Tha aeml-offldal Jonmal. of IhUT our,
lUte that th tronblM at La Crantot sat.
been greatly laenaaed or tha autrlhntlon
of extrea, radleal Jonrnala amonif' tba
Sehnetder, prealdont of Ita BanaU, and
ona of tha largeit proprlttor of tha worka
at La Craniot, haa arrived there.
Bereral coapanlea of troop, hara aiM
trrlTtd and olhere ara on tha wy.
ry aad aoo caralry Arrlr.a-r-..lllal..
la Traaal. A.alo.
PAku. Jannarr 81 MUnlaht. It 1. now
thought tha atrlka at La Creniot wIC not
endanger tha peace of the country..
There are aome hope, that an accommo
dation will b. reached lo-morrow.
A foro. of 1,000 Infantry anA BOO cavalry
hare already arrived at La Crenaot.
Ona of tha editor, of tha iorirKIalx, who
It la alleged helped to foment tha dliortler at
La Crenaot. haa boon arretted.
Th. legal rroeeodlngi agalnat th proprie
tor of h4 Itadlcal Jonrt.r, In. Bifurym,
bata been terminated.
Three of tha tdlfore wef a aentanced to lm-
prlaonment foi alx month, and tha manager
for aertn monlhe.
It la thought that tha trial of Boehafort
will merely rcanlt In a Una of aihouand
Tit ECCFXBHIOAti COCHCIL.
Tb. J. rraaa rtl.h.p. Tkr.al.a la
Roxe, Jan. SI. Th. Oeraon blahop. at
tb. Ecumenical Council had a meeting to
day, and re.olv.d that unlew the nnmber of
member. In dtocce. ba taken la ctraildcra
Hon In tha rate, held In tha Council they
will return homo In a body. Their action
caucd much excitement.
Be. a. la th c.r.e Dla.rd.rlr P
pl.THr.al... wllh CaatUall.B.
UaoaiD, January 21. A T.iy ttormy
acene occurred In tho Oortea to-day, In m
aequanca of tho atndenla' manlfeatatlon In
Keverl declared that ha would loprlaon
and caallgata all dUturbert of tho public
the Biioa or BOTALTl.
Prlao. Arthur la H.w T.rk lie
Nnr Toar, January li TrlicaArthuT
arrived to-day. lie wa o.nl.tly received" at
tha Hndaon river depot by tka Brltl.b, Min
uter, Mr. Thornton, and nsoat.ntatlonaly
eacaped to lha Breroort houaa-
Tha party rod. la Central Fark In th. af
ternoon and attended Bo othl theatre tn the
They leave In the mornbg for rTaahhig
ton. Lata.! tt.arrapal FJrafKIM.
There U A general attlke among Ih. coal
miner, along tha Toledo railroad.
George D. Frtntlco la aald to he again
prostrated and In dylogeondlllon at Louie
Telegraph lima v& the FaeUo railroad
hare been, nearly CeawU.h.4 by tha lata
Jadga CaUoao yottarday denied a motion
to racata tho order transferring tha anlt of
u. F. Train agalul tha Union Facllo rail
road to a united Btatea conn.
Adam Von Amen, chief of tha Ural
National Bank of Albany. K Y.. who wa.
charged with fraud, ha. been dUcharged by
the grand Jury.
rradertck Hey, of Boston, committed eul
clde by .hooting hlmaalfwlth a platoli caase,
William Krltlhthe wlf. taurdenr, waa
executed yesUrdayin Lonlirllle.
A Greek loan of half a million tonnda
will aoon be Introduced In tba market In
The Slletla, from New Tork, torched at
ThesblpSt Jamee, from Cardiff for Japan,
put In Liverpool la a damaged state, hating
experienced a heary gale. She haa been
docked and will discharge.
Sir Qaorga Francis Seymour, admiral of a
leet, aod for a long time alatloned !u Amer
ican watora, died In London yesterday, aged
Tha Friends' Executive Committee on In.
dlan Affaire haa been la seesloa la Philadel
phia for the past three days, la conference
with auperinicndent Enoch Hong, or the
Central Sopcrlntendcncy, who left last night
Tor Washington, Their proceedings hare
ben important and practical.
Ninou Aixiooar ikd Tibuicx
Hirer', grand National Allegory and Tab.
leaux will V. given at Metaerott't Hall on
Thursday and Friday erenlngs next, and
will doobtlese prove most attractive and en.
tsrtamlag. Il Is la no way similar t. Ihe
ordinary entcrtalnmoats given ey school
children, .but la Intended to represent the
nistory or our country, Indallng the rebel
Hon, and cloatng with a grand tableaux
typifying "Peace." Tha music, which la
mostly familiar, la appropriate, and Mr,
U.ger baa drilled hla corpe of youog ncr.
forroere Into a moat excellent degrea of pre
cision. The a.le of ticket, will commence
on Monday at Metxerott'a music store.
A VOUNO Mll'a Christian AiuMilUl..
been formed! at Canandalgua. lira. Gregg,
of that placa, has made the association a
donation of 11,400 worth of books and two
Vissaia of the value of nearly twelve
hundred lUraeand dollar, we built al Kasl
Boston laat. year.
PoiroLixHcii If any very smalt boy
aske wbal rrnlt la ilk. th .it. .r ih. iTnii.
letate. naval academy, tell bim an ajpl. Is
At Atmuan, New Tork, the re alarm
telegraph, baa Jul bee lnlredieed.
Nianvou, Jannarv Jl-Th. Bonata to
dry passed, on a flnal reading, th. Honaa
bill regulating tha reception ot Teuneaeee
bank nolea for taxea, aad provlUng for
Niw Otuui, January 21, lath. Legis
lature, yesterday, an act waa Introduced
authorising the settlement of debu doe by
the Bute to certain banks. The rieayum
aaya that the Leglalatlva ring, which waa
said to exist, broke in lha House of Repre
aentaltrea yesterday under a aevere pressure
brought against It by General MohUIlaa
upon the tni to pay, by the Issuance (
bonds, tba Indebtedness alleged to be due by
the 8tate to certain banks In the city. Tha
question waa Indefinitely postponed.
Ceicxoo, Janiary 21. In th. Wisconsin
house to-day, a resolution waa lntroddced
Inltrnctlag Senators nd-Jtepresentat!fM In
Congress to favor connecting with the post
offlee system a comptsta ayitem of tele
graphlo communication, to be under tha
control of tha Government.
Cntoiao, Jan. It. A apMtal dlspalch tt
the Chicago Truant from Dee Malnee eayii
" The Iowa Senate to-day, alter considera
ble debate, by a rote of 30 to K, refined to
concur in the House resolution, adnpUag
th. nftoenth amendment to the United State.
The majority of Ih. Senile claim thai la.
Hous. shonld bar. taken their resolutions
and adopted Ihtm, and aot hare paasad a
new aerlce of their own. The reanlt la that
only one house haa aa y.t reeeed lha t-
i i i i
Sr. Louia, January 21 A concurrent res-
olullon waa Introduced Into the lower hoaso
or IneKanoM Iglslatue) asking Seaatora
Rob. and Fomeroy aad rUprcaentatlre Clark
to resign, aa thatc ladaanoa ha. been Im
paired by elrcumaUnce. growing out of tho
lata uapleaaaot trial and. disposition for
lavish aipradltura on tha part of on. of
them. Tha resolutloaa wara referred to a
Si Vauoisoo, January 21 The fif
teenth amendment still hange Are In. tka
Legislatnra, Both housee hava postponod
lha dlscnaslon of tha subject Berecatlmne-
X chapt.r r Ft.
Nxw Tobe, Jan. 21. OakIy, tha de-
faultlog cashier of the Merchants' National
Bank, was to-day committed to Ludlow
street Jell In default of 119,000 ball, on
motion In behalf of tha bank, who are
about to institute a criminal nit against
The examination of Teltman, a clerk of
the Fourth National Bank, who Is charged
with defrauding the bank by a forged check
and false entries, waa opened to-day with
the erldence of the cashier, the points of
which ara already known.
Ingotxelowsky, ore of the parties arrested
for an alleged conspiracy, In defrauding the
Government af tax amounting to over half a
million of dollars on liquor In Barker'a estab
lishment, In Xlghteenlh street', haa been
held In ball In (3,000 to answer.
Wm. II. Keens, alias McCarty, has been
arrested on the charge of obtaining from
Nelson, Morris s Co , or Chicago, by forged
order, a bill of lading for a quantity of beef,
valued at tl,T0O, and ord.rlng tha beef tobe
S.-.1 to N.w Tork, though originally con
tlgnad to Messrs. Comstoex, Provldonce,
caral.aa-a.aaral Bally ctTllLlat
Ik. Bd H.a-Wh. UllLd Xta.k'a
Onioaoo, Jan. II. A latter from Fort
Laramie etales that a band of Indiana cap
tured forty head of cattle oa tha lilh lnsu
Helena papers report Ihe arrival of tha
agent ot the Mountain Crowe from Fort
In the Yellowstone valley the Indiana ara
all contented. General Bully haa caused
the erection of a substantial mill and farm
house. It Is expected that tha Indians wQl
help in the cultlratlon of the eoil next
General Augur haa Just reeelredofaclat
Information from Fort Randall, showing
that there Is no doubt that tha Pawaee Kill
en' band wire engaged In the tnasaaer of
Buck', .nrr.ylng party, on the hepnblleaa
river, last August. Eight whites were
killed In the nrtt attack.. Several escaped,
bat were subsequently murd.red by another
baasl of Indiana.
TUB 1'ACIFIO BLOPZ.
Tb. ABMrlaa tsanaa.ay Tb. saa
rrl. Mlae Caa.ea. aa
Eap.rl.ae. a BT..aelly Tb. I. O.
f Had tX.a-Or.at.a B.paklleau
O.ar.all.a Tb. Waask.r,
Six Fuxcisco, Jan. 21. Tha Austrian
Embassy to Central and South America,
which recently arrived from China, will
proceed to Qaatamala by tha Faoama
steamer of February 8.
The Incompetence and Inexperience of the
new employeee at the branoh mint haa vir
tually suspended operations at that Inalltu.
tlon. The superintendent haa beea com
pelled to reinstate a number of lha dismissed
A Great Gouneil of Ihe improved Order of
Red Men of California la In eeesura here.
Tbe Order l tn k prospsrous eoodltlon.
Tha meettng of the Oregon Republican
State Conrentton Is called fof April 7.
Tba rain storm continues.
THE l'KAHODT OIUKqtlEI.
Carl.. Frr.ka .t lb. Malta fl.l.
IRra-H. D.ttalt. Prasraaaa.. ...
Ill Ik. Arrival at U..r(. rakdr
Foarunn, January 21. An order patsej
both branehe. of th. Legislature to-day for
a joint committee to attend, with the Got
ernor, tha Peabody obsequies, but subse
quently tha Sena reoonslderd th. rote.
ana tabled the whole matter.
Many eensatlonal dispatches In retard to
the probable reception of tbo lata Mr. Pea.
body's remains at Portland bar. been pub
lished. No programmecanconcluilrelybo decided
upon until the arrlral of George Peabody
Tb. C..fd.rtl.a Qaeall.a.
HiLirsx, Jan 21 TherepOrtlhalFiloen
Edwards Island Government had toaepled
better terms, and agrned to a tonfed.ratlon
Is premature. An island paper, Intimates
Ibat the terms ara aot satisfactory to tha
leading unionist.. They were disappointed
aa rrorUlan had, Vtsn mad. for r-Ji ay.