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NlTioitTali1ii.U'l;!l & Leon'i
WbrtflirSfi attottftioribelr fejyplniiaal
entertainment! Jut .night )o a .thronged
auditory. Thf geaeral.aieelleKe tit Iblj
favorite Voope Is to will Itnown al to need
da ipcdel comment tied 1 really a won
dtrfut uu, IoVJIltln.; all tt(i Utile hmlnlne
acUonaaod moUontwlth perfect Irelofal
at tbe matloto plrforidailce Ible afteraooa.
To-nlgtt will be the farewell performance of
thU eijolleul tronpe, and all bli bare not
let ita them lUonld arall Ibenuelrei' oflbl"
Wul'i Oram Aocsi. the Joren of
gvndlat old oBMdr vere delighted laat
n!gbtk Ibll fbtalro bjlbe praeaUtloii, for
the llrUJtmfla a Iopg period, of Sherldu'e
eparkllrg ajBftj,iThf Schoo;' foi;Scin
dal," Mtia, KMoejvilalolofr, of cogrie, tbe
eaaractero Ladr Teails, and Ur. Frank:
Mordanot thatofOharlo) flarfice. Tbe elder
brother and canting', bjpocrlto, oatph Bar
, Mrf WN B. Laurent.
'" i tr tf Dtmbtr7i rj itaC E-M
Tamil twaiimVm.Zt iVi. ' "i prtprlr
JHJJf i PoVWn"ir tiftiSia
lh.i4.J r.virJ. fa, Wethiaiti taialr i SlV.
if.Ii1., I? 2Ili.f ??.' " fttrttaa i. ittT.J.
U mU aqatrt. ne mttt atflrtV It CbatMt
Jt ClIt.llOj.rt .f tk. Dl.l"il it cSr."J!i!la
honn ivrMt ib4 ! m(i ii r.L th....j!
L?5MJ f?rr. lMttravkrl ,
UHICK DWKL1.11l(l. t.l
tivlala alhtla.. r'. ""? J"'1 "
atil!. """ "f"tik tlnttatd Vtnat
a.V'iwV.'-"i,!.M,V ""''tailu IkaruUat title
au!ia!?i. .VV" l,um' . roattraaMat aal
uariat itaf parekaatr A4tP9aitf 3(2 will
Wl4t Qjuf III k LTmiaaaila.
p lamceitort to Jtt. o. MtUofra k Uo,')
kualkwaal tartar tf rataaTlfttla a.aaa aid
l.,Aa' -111 r VALTTlBll narwi
HW 1 ft feat M t JaaJ .ta a ... a .
irUl r GtlimM. ! L.ltcr T B. H .l
lcraqal tit) pnrnii It ( Vali la tbaitlj
4 ni u'liwiitn atntirititni
raiting btck ha
tlV af WftViftOtatt ka
klia urn of lot taaibtiritl
till part of loHSi ikritMlt4it.iMaitwtilr iw
(TJiitMi ifitt .vMrtiii&i oict ami
inr thrM(UJ)fiitU.tl9) toh , ta
B 4plk of
1mti $Ht Ofi Ih.r4 eMk. (of i lorf
i tiinitintoi itia.i tta ia :
iMintt hr 14 of trait 01
fpiiajiiat uiaejoi !, i tHHt
t t4 twil'o moatfci with tiUr.it ,t bo
UrtUoulo tbtrat-iirmrTo thorliblto rMit
it to rial iv ion oi tni ini paiiai
Wt- pIDIll OOtllO
itaort tftor oti
JuTJUwIw COOPXB A LlTIUIK. An -
(suoootion ts jtt. u. mouuir uo i
Ill H at
ht .iriotof M1I I
llbtootlk 47 ot J4ttirr
uiTwrnitn fco ntkrctb nuuni, i.t TiU
trail Bftriir iiuti ni
iw. it a
oar44 tmotgiko 14 ror4i f W ulfcfO
tat loaitr. itttti DUIrlel o Colonblt, ll 1
Ubof T4KtninbrS.r9llol91.i4ra .HJ.CJL
k tllrakjiMABi Jkf lliei tak4 aaiBakal IKaUaaliaw. itwaa ami til
Mil. It BtbTll OBeHfol. ll ffOlt tf tbo pntotMii
iiti,uit tt or oi roorairr xi at
iiocK,p.M .an uoi viooo or prcii oi I'oo
mlMo ItIii tt4 kilii Ii tbo itl4 ttr of
la aaralurawl laraalVaM IMI aatl Iwailtr
ball OtiBtoitotl wttllo tho inaUa toJ
Uwiiti UAciBilufor bourn, ttapolilo
iiaa i iai
all Uitl olooo or prcol of itoqij t4
iliCOoatalao4 wttilitM rnaUi
pB.tMi If (tf ill balii Ii tbo ial4 cttr of Vfitb.
ro4 tkrabaa4raei aa4 alaoli
Ktoa aotl kaowa ate) raMiibo4 a bii i partoC
aotrta iwairris ii ai
i tborooordoi iibdlvtito
LAUaanborMlvialfrtl (llaa4 Iwactr Mtoa,
(i7lia toaroooraoti taoaivuioaoi eqairoaaB
ttanu aoaiaa r
iiwiift pniiBaimaior tBoiita-
r .'tlaht. alBaal.wa.t ' ail hanilra. aal
alTtv.laa IfUl faal nanh rvati ILaaaalkaaa aal
aatktrtt atirtqttrt, tad tkaaaa r.aataf aonk
tlaulkaatllatraal Iwaalr IV) faal ; tbtata wait
aiba wMUraor ittr Uat.r aall M ataikaiM
iwaatr alt, (Mi Ibaaea laatk twatlr itO) faakaad
lhaaataaat ta Ikaplaa. oi batlea(af-tha mmi
.aiat mpTYTa. mj a awa an wiwau.i wf
face, wae acted by. Mi
Each of IhtaeX w litVirilro other parti,
.. .4i.t.f-J a. . .a ..
"n Kuiuii.ui jiciioriiioij, aoo mot toe en
thtttlaatleapprwalo? tbe aodlncr, which
waa large and appreelatln. Tbe plaj will
be repeated to-night.
AantriL or inn EtcaiTiar or toi
Brauxatkti Minion frrjri Ttii Rin.
jniD Tmatt aiTisricTioii or Fsisci
koo wim thi Biiruu.trowJ.Mr.
J. McLeaty Drown, iceman of the
Bltllagane CLlneia minion, hat arrlrtd
here bearing tbe rattled treaty made with
onr Government. Mr. Brown came bin tl
California from China, and repnienta tbe
Chinese Qorernment ae entire); eatltlcd
wun tne condaet or th Bartlngame minion
thne far. Mr. Drown lot to Telln lut oe.
woer, and bad long Interview with Prince
Knng, the bead or tbe Chlnea admlnlitra
tlon. Prince Knng welcomed Mr. Brown in
tbe most cordial manner, made lnqnlrlea
.lulu u. MviuuBaiBQ ana nit auoclate
lollteri. read over th. Amarloan Ih.i.
and after weighing ever; article and para
irrapb in the mott careful manner declared
that It met, hit entire ealliraellon. The
E roper ratlUatlon'wai pnl to tin treatv, and
tr. Brown waa eotrn"aled with the dntv of
bearlnr It to onr- tlav.i.mani. an ih
Itorlea aboat nowlllltgneie oa the part of
wuiUa (wavcaaaivuii termi OI ma trtalv
are prononnced bj Mr. Brown to be entire
fahrlcalloni. Jbe'lar-Jn,elnrnlng with
the ratified copy waa canted by a with ex.
preited by-Mr. llarllDgame to hare the docu
ment retalnecVIn China until the labora of
tbe m'ailon ahoold be wound up, to that
ftiake. tia 4tlak.ia .aaa avwavt . . I I
plf!a? Pf 'Pff1" U WMhlDgtOQ hlUV-
ir. ThU tln wm inbuwiaentljcbEorerl.
It ii-ptwi tint no formil tmttlci biro bcea
mido wlib EDCaQd. Franc", or tbe other
European Powers. Mr. Bor.tB.rnme bai
limp j ma J a ngn'meou with thow Powert.
ettlloe In ft eatU factor j ma oner tbe o'altn
All ihM rowera glTanp tbelr eitraordlnarj
cUlrai la that rrgtrd, and to bare accom.
plUbed tbAt mneb may well bo regarded Ma
triumph for Chloeio diplomacy. Triatlci
ltn Eoroi-em OoTcramenta of ezactlr tbe
aama kind at tbat with onr OoTernment
eonld not b ezmcted. Tha condltlone are
different. We hare licreattate of alTalre
that haa no parallel In Enrope, TheCblneie
are eettlera here, and da.m lecal right,
which are enuraDtM.i in th. ?...- t.:
nothlnffof that kind Ureo.nl red of paropo.
TfllC01.IaTa.in. Th Hyatt. .ill. l
rallnd thla.-vt-J ww-ViatyiAK
Bt the Lehfgb Valley railroad 47,933, against
37,(531 tona, and by the Lehigh and flnjne
banoa road 31.S13. aRaltut Sl,830 loot for
tbe correa ponding- week laet yean The
trade U doll and price are ruling low. The
quotation hare been reduced at alt tbe
hipping porti. 8o little Schuylkill coal li
arrhlog at New York tbat bnt few quoU-
noua ca do g.Tta wnoieiue, except. I note
t arnlihed Id our correapoadeni'i letter, Tbe
thlpment ar ti toe Increaie ftr the week
from all the region! except Bchujlxlll
conntr. compared with laet year. The toll
irom ids tuenign vauey rgion to juiaaDelb
port and Port Johnioa hare been tednced
fifty lerah centaer ton, equal to the redac
tion made by the Reading- road to Port Rich,
raond aome time ago. Tbe ratca are, by
Reading road to PorL lUehmand. laai
from Port Carbon, and from Mauch Chnot
to i.i.uo.aiori, 94 a per too, ootn ex
clailre of ihlpptog expenaec.
Tu Jewi ik Ituisiit Mtsliter Cartlit
hai made a report to Secretary FUh In reply
to the rcqaeat ot the Prealdeot that ha woold
In-mlre into the coodltknof the Jewa In
Raul Toe report etatee that great ameli
oration! hare recently been made In regard
to the Jewi, and that many privileges hate
uceu graoMKi tana, toon if graiououe con-
hiiBff ittpravia t
ior (- uaa ... . , ,
Tirmof iilii Oia tf-lrJ i'bi Uo talaaeala
al a at taralva aaalt.a with tatanat.tO boiliorod
by 4ao4of trail oa tto pnuaUoi oold. aa4 if tbo
UrmaanalooMpU4 wilk llfl dm iflirtii
all, Ibo trtaa riaafTO tbO lTttt to Mllll. at tk
riaa au - ta ' pan" "! antii
WMk'i paalla aottM, All taaTrctl "- '
iiiUam atOkialof pirchturt aid adpt.illof
kaadrta 4llri mail J nidi attba Una of
C06f IS LATllBE1
Xj (Sueooiiorito J U MeOutraltUo.,)
titatkwtat eoittr of foaaiTltaati aiiao ia4
KOK8, BRDHHHU AMD TrtBIB PLT OAR
lITII. WAtKUt BD MAUOUAMT TAHLOK
ohahbbb aniTBiraiNaif i'hina d inn an
KOK alfli KlTCUaa UXQUiSltlft. at
AOldTlOW, ....,' . . .
ur iria at a aoj oi Iran, oaiaa tat
eta r ot uioiBirir. nna,!
rooordiA la Llbor M. fTfoltti
i s oi laa BDBiiai rmaaram
Waiklnua ooaatr. la tba Diitrlet
win tou .pauo
or tjoliiatila.l will iU a pal
WlDNBiDAT, fibrairr 10,J8TO.
w eioait i,i ,ii bbm no, i
biT() 11 itrooi, Utvooi 9 Ifioaalk
Ho, J0,(li lint
aalk tUoot aid Vir
oat BTtaaa, vry n taunt tuoitraoat oi
ottifkoli farkllartati inilllalBpart -ParUr
iallo.Upkolitirtd la Ploib, I placta
f riaik Flu, afaatol tad flor Mlrnra
Braiiili.Tbroo pi? aaf lagrata Crpti. .
(lilt aia Hroati CbaBaallara anil Ckaaaalalirai
ittti koaiaaott Tali laa
Tkrao Mahariar Uook Catoi
Miaoiaar nair iioia tor
waiaat asuiaioa Ulaiai
rraaca t-aiia uiaair Mt
W"fr uiaaawtTO, BliritrtltTI
' Makteaar Bodiua-ii. Bant at tad
likoiaar Hair ilolb Sofa aad Chair
rrofkirr aa4 0lMiwarotVefrlrltTi
wra bbi vraniifiaBiaiw
nair aaa nu-a, (
fiatbar BoUier aad JlTwi
Catorott lafriTlaf ,ToUit at
Cooklafita littg bwiii
Xitibea KtqalalU. iij
LUUrtH M. L1TIH IU.
CALI Of XleCatMtaaiQUI obokIice
t witailii i'ii ii
T PtrTVIIT. 1
aunttrlalBB uiail Arm! aad
Tirmi Oaatalfnaki It OoTiramiBt fnedi. oa
tfai anBtlaaiai of tbo ( aad tbo riraatidtr
wllklt tot diTi aflirwarda, 4rtag wklck lima tba
artlilM nail ao nmod froa too rardi btkarwlao
thiv will ravarl la Iho UavoramiiL
IlliioboaUUBitlr aBdaratootitta's ao giir
UowillbaclTaBto parakior of artlaUa offi4
vc aeaia. aaaai vavia la ait iwauiiia, aa ni
jkalr agaiiooiallloa of aaalttr oat it la balli
ceitlon of landa to agrlcnuorUla, abI
Ule for expense otxolooJxaUon and aetile-
meni, ana exemptupa imc taxation ajid, mil
itary duty tor a certain tefm. The; are also
entitled to domiciliation In aaypartof the
empire, and If posiesslog the requisite quali
fications aw admitted to exerc. public fuoc
tlooi, to enter thd medical service of the
army, and In aome cases are admitted Into
tba class of "notabla clUaoo.1. , New meats
f rss ar balngdlscnuM for their advantage,
and altogether Duetl baa shown by her
treatment of them that she has wall eirnfi
ber right to a foremost position among the
CUU,miaNa, IUU UUU1I UUUILUa
TaaBotou iVif contains tbla myiterfotis
par graph i'" Tbo goulpa are busy over tbe
scene In the parlors of the Trtmont house on
'YTednerday evening. A well known orator,
uutuatuiiai u, W4awMW(jiak, ao,, WBB prO
wnvta wen Known raqy, ana lniteaa or
acknowledging tbe Introduction In n becom
inganacouneoos manner, arew back and
declined to recognise her lie then pro
ceeded to Millie Hall and delivered an ad
dress. Tbo lady bars, hi rudefiui with
uucu irytaw., ma csaptoq iqb rtjapoccana
sympathy of the largd-nnmOer of ladles and
Eenttemeo prtaont, who obierved the slngn
trand "taost ungentle manlike proceeding.
Tbe lady Is accnatooed to apak laTnbllc,
and la hr tq attend .the woman suffrage
yQUTtuMQB. xcrnapa Sao may auuae w the
natter In some manner," Phillips and
Attsitair recently held In Boston for
tbe benefit of the Young Men,a Christian
Association the profits were $33,500
There 1 now $70,000 In tbe bnlldlng fund
of the $350,000 needed, but the building will
be commenoed when $150,000 Is raletd,
A covrnta and antVorlsoA eJlcltrn of the
poena of Qeorga D. Preottee, compiled and
arranged by his son. Col. Clareaoe J, Pren
tlce, wilt shortly bo lulled by one of tbe
leadlag pahlUhlng hoonea of the country.
Biroax the 1,700 mechanics at tbo Charles
town navy yard could receive their pay, the
u.a.tB.iijimua uiu u cut tu outer aoor ot tne
safe down, as the bolts were out of order,
consequently there was no admittance by tbe
key to the safe
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A dot twelve yean of ago was recently
Btntioceil by Uostou )ud(fe toubf Bfaie
Reform School for. nrno- yean forataallog
three pawspapenfalniJ at ten cents.
i i.A recently arrested In Boston fur
-t.Fvaa rra tun n was a lum Up.
IanantL Bavncaf nicnrii ynlerday
Kiirii, th'e'cto moV)r7 , Ibout the
Bicaaiur Booiwaxt wu Ibafora the
Committee -en Approprlitlonf yhtetday
during the whole union In ycTerence to tbe
Tna following naval oricrSrat limed yea-
taraayt ieucned Lieut, uommander Geo.
5T, Wood, fWm the teceltteg hlp VerT4f)rJr0
and placed on waltlagordera. T a
TaiBecretary f (hfnulnrybai con
firmed the appotnlmeat of S. t'-Dlion, Jno.
Blrdiall, lex. Qrabam and O, M. CJan.
aarta at laipectora la tbe New Torkinitatna
hOUKL r '
Tna Kicimov of BtuiliCjf filb'Uil
night wu largely, attended by Cabinet oT
teen, Senalori and RepreientaClrea In don.
grete and other diitlognjahed tentiemen, to
gether with Ik large nimber ofcltlllanr.
On. Tainr, conrmander of tha mmtirr
dlilrlct of Georgia, hat been ordered to
VTaihlnglon on public bnilueat. nnon th.
completion of which be wllliretora toble
Oct. A. It. Taaat, who baa been mm-
moned to Waihlngton on public builoen,
bai been detained if Atlanta '9, account of
tlekneu, but la eipected here next week,
when It li nnderitooda comoteta rtma,
will be made In ;h mlllury aOalrl of the
Tna Hon yeiterday did a very proper
thing when It directed the Committee on
auiuary AHaire to Inquire whether any
member hae been Boltler cadttahlna at wt
Point or at tha Naval Academr. tf tba I..
loiry 11 propeny proaecnled, tome rich de'
veiopmeuti will follow, it la uld.
Tna Tauiuar. Secretary Boniwlll .o
Tbnnday aold 1 1,000,000 In coin, leaving coin,
balancn on hand 1103.000.000. dftv mini.
of which It reprttented by gold certldcatei.
Tbe currency balance li eleven mlllloni, and
wilt probably be largely Increued during the
month, aa but two mlllloni of bond! will be
purchaied for the linking fund.
It li uvmeJtood thai Hot. Lnwfl Me-
Konile, of Virginia, recently admitted to a
teat In the Home, will be olaced on ik.
vommiuea oi the Ulilrlll of ColumbU.
Coming from that portlonof Vlrglala which
wai formerly eomprlted la the Diitrlet of
Colombia, Mr. McEeuale may be looked
nponalmottlnthellghl of a delegate from
Will. S. SitarnnnD, cicj ,ltlt rjgbt enter
talned a nmnbir of hit frlenda at bla man
alon corner of h arecl and Connecticut
avenno. Among thote pretent wero Mr.
Jamea P. Cowardln, of the Richmond m-
pofeA, and a number of rcproaeotallrei of
tne preia of thll cltr. at well aa aeair.1 r.r
tbo young builneet men of Waihlngton. A
icry pieaiant nrno waf enjoyed by all.
Tna oacfKnoiiTr nr um. j. 1.
verblal. A elllitn of Botton ,,'i .
ikHt.a .. .w..aB fKa-rCL'-l-. 1
...vu.vu icu Knn uii.a-auiiicat a ngiai re-
celved tbla year wai two cents. It It a fact
perbapa not generally known that nvery
cent ao tontrtanted If icrnrnitoatly entered
upon the booka of the United gutei Treat
nry and placed to the credit of theaad del-Ignated.
Bnavav Ltcuv. CoL.WkLTisB.Pakii,17Lh
United Statee Infantry, tenlenceAby court
martial to be dlemliaed from the tervlco of
tbe United Btatea, baa been enipanded from
rank and pay for the period ot all month.!,
and the teotenco aa mitigated, haejieea or
dered by the War Department to be tarried
into eflcct. CoU Peace yr&a ondnty a. Ulch
mond, and tbo cha-gct njado were condaet
unbecoming an ofner and gmttemas
ABriTsusTOf tbo ankoicotof vnregla
tered coopona paid daring the flrtt. ill
montha of the pretent Aical year hat Jott
boen made oat by the United Btatea Treae-
nrcr for the purpote or aUowlnf the actual
reduction of tha Intereat on tna public debt,
and wilt hereafter be lneorporatedjn the
monthly debt atatement. Tbo amount paid
from Jkly 1 to December 31, 1909, wu 137,.
A xuatnBa of the leading dlatUIerlea In
tha Wctt are now being operated under the
forty-elght-hour fermentation porlod, and
prominent dlatlllera have forwarded lettera
totborevenne bureau exprenlng their entire
tatltfactlon with tha role. On tbe other
hand, the Cincinnati dlltlllare am obttlnate.
and propoae to lett the rlgblof tha Commit
aloner to Interfere with their tmilneta by au
appeal to the eonrta.
3iy CJT3T, 1). (X, aJATUliljAl MORNING, FEBRUARY ,5, 1870.
IV1. v. i . Z , f lt i t - " III I
ooopeaiatloo for iho balhilhi' atd tmnnct
B-mSU VS .I 1 u rfjit -a- J- .. J
--l 'atfj ta. aaia aaauiary Hanoi IQ. war
. I If. - " 9U
thna far among the mott brllllaDt aaoTai
KgHfnT eVeF gfren In Waialnirlon. Xai
night hlihandtoma patters were aa uinal
Itirenged with tha beanty, Intalllgenee.'anl
fathtop ot the capital. Mr. Blaine recelvoi
hU guetli with inch a hearty goodarnt that
arary oaajfeola neracLlv waicom. .nd it
lome at bhc4. 11 It1 kindly greeting!, too,
arej-alwayi lecondod In til moit grtcetol
luaonarr n. Diaioe. vaoinct Minuter!
fcnatora ipi ltepreaantatlTca In Contrail,
forehrft Mlnltten. rmv anil Mn-.Mt
and dlelingalihad dvlllant were pretent lalt
nignuoj'ay tncir reipecu.
a . I a 11, ii i
PnlTO vAaTttO, tlhce be taft Wathltga
ton, lull la manykriya acknowltilged th
nnmcfoaic;qnrteitci received during lie
lilt to tbla dly. Ill ipuki In snqutllSod
? f tnj pbanly 6f TretldnnOtla
aad ina Jady, and etpecltllr meuttone th
"u.riiau,j aqu vuHrtammont oi oeereiary
riih. Baring Lie toloura la Wathlnatoo.
JgJ'fiJ1 Pbllp Solon.901 presented the"
trincti wiuaanaiegant portrotiotonuinlag
Urgi paoiograpbi of alt the public bulldlnire
by Gardner, banui6mety mounted onDrlttol
boardt tbo folio elegantly botrndla red
Ittutla, lined with white watered allkr. It
waa Intcrlbod aa follown 'aretetlogi Hit
Royal lTIghnc-4 Prfnco Arthur, on hit tltll
to tba caDltal of tha United flutaa. Jatina.-,
25,1810." I'rlnco Arlhurbtt acknowledged
Iti. recilpt rn a highly compllmantary note
19 Meltrl. rhtlp A Solomom.
Dioist or Tna Connmcr Act Wo have
recoiled, from Meun.A. 8. Pratt at Bon,
national bank Igetiti, Yottni Men'e Chrli.
tlan Aaaodatlon bolldteg, a copy of a neat
pamphlet prepared by tbem, being a dlgett
ef tbe act to provide a national currency,
approved 'ane 9, 1M4, and the amendment!
thereto, together with a tynoptlt of circu
lar! of Ihilrnetlool Itiued by the Comptrol
ler of tbe Carrcneand Treatnrer of tha
United Btatea, to which la appended a Hit of
national banfciiutpeudedand In liquidation,
and a llajt of. itamp dullci. Tbe Dlgett hae
the approval of the Comptroller of tbe Cur
rency, tba Deputy Comptroller, the Treat
nrer, Commlnloner ot Internal Revenue,
AHlitajirrreaurerand the Cathler of tbe
of every bntlncis man It It neatlv orlnttd
oq tinted paper. In the beititylaof ttpog
rapny, oy lletin. ueuill Wlthcrow.
Tna UorsiCouuiTTEs ow Elbctio1!, al
their meeting yesterday morotog.had before
them, a proportion to change the mode by
which euntctlad election cnttl are tried. It
li propoted to adopt the plan In rogue In the
Brltlth llonte of Commoui.and eonitltn-
llonally adopted la Penotylrania-of draw
ing a committee, or Jury by lot from the
member! of tbe rtoatoi giving to cltbtr con
tenant tbe right to object to any name at It
ta drawn until there la only a inrflclcut num
ber left, who In that cue eball couitltnto tbe
Jury. In each caie a new Jury li to be
drawn al above, and the verdict or declilon
of each Jury U to be final, nuleii an appeal
lti cooalderallon. Tbe plan mcctt with a
favorable contlderatton before the commit
tee, teven favoring and fonroppotlng It, bat
It U very doabtfal If euch a roeaaure conld
be patted In the Home.
Tin CtBtKST. Tna Scrama Cottar Va.
01KCT The teuton of the Cabinet yeiter
day wae protracted until after three oclock.
Tha Poatmatler General remained for aome
time after tbat hour, to arrange the llatl of
appointed he had to recommend. Attorney
General Iloar and tha Pretldent were In con
eattatlon for lome time In regard to tbe va
cancy tnlhl Supreme Coart. It U nnder-
etood tbo Soathern Benatore are urging tha
appointment of Tbomai J. Dnxant, of
Loalllaaaa fa. tala aaaaaaa. Th...MIaaaaiat
delegation In Oongrcea are nnanlmoue In
rccommendlngSenator Drake, and yeiterday
afternoon, after tbe Cabinet eeielon, Metirt.
R. I. Van Horn and David P. Dyer, M. C.
from that Bute, caVel at the Executive
Manalon to urge tbe nomination of Mr.
Drake-. The- Pretldent tent word that he
conld not aee then f then, bnt woald be
pleated If they called to-day- aod while he
would reapectfally hear tbelr reconrmenda
tloot, he thonld reiervo the right to carry
ont hit own Intention! in thll matter.
RENEWS BY CABLES
w A final on th Y.nti.
Mipam, February 4.-4:o1onel Lope bti
coma to thll city tocuallengo Benor rigaraa
for Intuiting him In a recent Jpiech In tba
, Ti iiomi;
Tba Lraaiialeal tasmaell.
Roixa,Tcb. 4. Another pnblte coogfcga
tlon'ef the Ecuraenlear Council wai held
bere to-day. The ArehVlthopof Lendawae
The official ilatcjaitpnblUh id berj ihowi
that thi council hai TOO Jaerabtrt.
Tba Oi.at Catltra .d th.Paral.it
LoaDoar, rab. t,-DUnlobe.i neelved to
dayfreioIaU6y.tne orerUnA 11a ta eatv
Btm iha prethmi announcement of 1 ar
rival of the tleamihlp areArUtlcm tt Bom
bay. Sbo,wllt commence work of laying tba
reman uair cable to tbo month of the Rod
B.v.uitnl far th. Enatawmenl f
ael.nttae Scltoolo Redaction or
Iho Hale, or D.ekiii. nt Llrar.
to.Doi, Feb. 4. A dipuUtlon of tha
leading laraiu of England, Including Grove,
Auley, Hooper, Galtofl and Beltorre. waited
on tbe mlalttera to-day, and aiked for the
endowment of aclratllo tehoole by tba
LivaarooT, Feb. . Reduction. In the
ratca of dockaro are Prorated at the nirtm.
I-r.i..rd Kl.ant Lin ItKi.Tuk
a.lanr. r lb Orap.thot-Th. L.
havat'nto A rare: .rc.olltt-Ter.
rlhl. 3f orlallt j on Bat.
Kkostov. Jamaica. Jan. S3 via 11a.
vana, Feb. 4 A project ta on foot to ea
tabUth a direct iteant communication with
New Tork. The achooner MornlaxStar,
formerly tha GraMabot. hat been aalad in
the toll of New lork merchant!. The caa
oftbeichooner Lehavehai bean decided,
and 110,000 damage! awarded to defendant!
(a lieu of a return Of the caio. A ihlp with
a cargo ofcoollei bat arrived at Demerara on
tbe account of tbe colony. Tbera wai great
mortality on board, earned by tha bad qual
ity and icarcltyofproviiloni.
Th Havana. Kaa.aer ll.altd-C.p-
'" -a upwnian vonv-r En.nr
(llletorlra Arme Landed rr.m
n Blaaratr TTUarcaboata or tlla
courl n.d Aqnar.,
HlTaKt. Fob. 4. The renort. OrlirlnaLlnr
In KcyWett, tbat three hundred Cnbana
bad been matiacrcd by Spaniard! la an ex
citement growing- out of tha Ctt.no frli-
Itfalte. At prerloatly reported, two men
were mot in thli city on Wednetdav nliht.
andthctearethe only catct of retaliation
foltowlng tpaclat dlipatch 1
IUviia, Feb. 8, via Kcr fftll Adtlcea
from Santiago are to Jaanary 24. Ten
lenguel from that city tho tnmrgenta cap.
turcd a convoy with provltlona and ammu
nition. Several flghti hare been reported
within that Jarlidlclton, and the Intargenta
had captured the garrlaonl on two eitatea.
A ateamer had recently landed armi and
ammunition on the north coatt.
Adrlcct have been received from Kaltav,
N. P., January 80. Gen. Golconrla, wIUi
thirty live men and two hundred rlflea, re-
I Ih. chatlanooa;a
atoaTooviar,Fab.4-Tba Home to-day
voted down! by 50 to 5, a blU for the Btata
to lime lit tondi fof three mlllloni dollar!
In aid ol the Alabama add Chattanooga
railroad. Tbe conitlfntton require! a two-
inirai majority tor inch lawi.
A motion wae made to recomlder to-morrow,
and-there In heavy lobbtlna to-hlaht,
Tbe Mil panel the Benito tome dayt ago, 1
us wu amenaea oy tne Jlecao by requiring
In addition, to mortgagee Individual leeurlty
thai th road abonldba completed in a tpo
eUed time. (Jhe Hout ynterday railed
tbe bill extending tba time Id which rail
road! caa eorsplete twenty mllei ta get tha
Btata aadotiemeat of lU.OOQ pr mile.
aiuro to-day the commlttea appointed to
laveitlgala tha offlclal acu and cbarrea
agalnit Governor Reed, reported for 1m-
pcacnmeni roar to one. The minority re
port It laid to be weak. Tha evidence waa
read to the Howe la tecret ration thli fore
noon and to open union thli 'afternoon.
The vote on Impeachment will bo taken to
morrow, perbapa to-night.
Lawe r Iha a.aer.t Aaaemfcly lo
Taka Pree.d.ae. Over All Olbera.
Nrw OaLHai, Febrnarjt.-In tbeLcgli
ltlnre to-day tha Senate Mil patted, pvovld.
Inr that al) lawa palled by thli General
Aaaambly condlctlng with other lawi tball
In all caaet take precedenca.
Tba cateet4 Blt-allan C.e...
CoLmrnrji, Feb. 4 Tha latt of the con-
tettcd election catee In tbe nouao wat decided
tbla morning by giving Blaketlee, Republi
can, hla aeat.Tha llouaa now atandll Rcpbb
Itcaoa, 0T Democrat!, 55.
Baa Faiacisco, Feb. 4. A bill repealing
tba act prehlbltory to tbe cavrvina of con
cealed weapoai bai pined both Honiet of
Praeeetllnca of lb Tnrfmau-a Ka
JTaw Toax, Feb. 4 The Tnrfman'i Na
tional Congreae adjourned thli evening until
February, 1871, after adopting rulea for
trotting of the most itrlngent character to
Intara ttrlet honeely and respectability In
fatura trotting coutettt, and enacting by
tawa for their aiiaclatlon.
Tha congreai adopted for tbelr tltlo "The
National Attoclatlon for tbo Promotion of
tho American Trotting Tnrf," and elected
Ihefollowlog ofllccrefor the enaulog year 1
Amaia 8prague, of Narragnntett Pork,
Rhode Itland, pretldenti George H. Smith,
',Ji m' anodatlon, lecretary and
rtuoa ana byiaw.ini -......
rulet for betting will be appended by a com
mlttea contlttlngof B. Q. Bruce, Isalau Byn-
den, and M. Doc, who have power to add
to their nnmber.
Tp.0 following gentlemen constitute tho
board of appeal 1 E. J. Vale, Hartford Geo
C. Hall, New Torki N. S. Rntaell, Botton 1
C, J, lltmlln, Buffalo! '. S. Forbei, Cln-
clnnatli H. C. Baker, Detrolti D. II. Gage,
Chicago, and George M. Laumann, of Fcnn
tug PACirio hlovj:.
pntW lefl laa, chooner. and It la ballaTarl I
ha haa landed In Cuba. Gainar At-nero left " Bllllara M alch-Ra.ry Wl.
Uataatjaa aaaaj 4 tt idltk Alt Ik 1 1 atria ak al tawfe. amlawaa 1
aiiaaaDiaia uu vuv Atr.aa vu aa aijuaivi, n aau utu.
Wi c BbXE-oTiTbiB amd rirsa k vi.br,
Jle tT NaairlTtala aTeaa,fctwo Ttatksad
XUtaalk triati aonih ilJa
Uouk I olisaatlj of plalal) bo and I irlodUali
WIUS EYESlOar araWy tmttd
xwith rehblcs or QiUf Sptctaclet by
ntoftny (4fi9ivcrH uyew jUfiHlOH,
11 AnaiTJTViaTS. u
V Barest, opposite Pott Offlc Csfsrtmwt-
Tan quwno-f hai us( been, inbmUtelto
tha Internal revenue officer, whether pack
ages of beer that aro ordinarily act apart In
breweries to be drank by tbo employees on
tho premlsea. are required to bo stampedl
The acting commissioner fcas decided tbat
according to the, act or J July 13, ISM, iho
payment of tha tax la required only on bear
soid or removed for consumption, aod then
fore beer ao consumed ll not labia to tba
QuiRTtOLT PlTVKXT TO Pl'dlOKaaS
lommlasloner van Aernam, of the Pension
omce,j ba addressed a letter to lion. Ur.
Lawrence, of Oblo,oa the Hoots Commlttao
oa Pensions, shlwlflff that a large number of
panslonere are obliged tor raise mqaay upon
their certificate at most exorbitant rates of
Interest, and Indicating that this wonld not
have to be done llr mora frequent payments
were made. . He also shows (hat a eoniUcr
ablo nnmber of persona are making a great
deal or money oat of the necessities or poor
people a this manner.
AcouuiTTia from the Board of Trade.
consisting of Mesin. Bacon, UeUsrott, on
man and Hall, had a conference, by appoint
ment, wuiv me uenate uommittee on the
Dlatrlit or Columbia yesterday, In regard to
tho abolishing of the usury law In tbe Dis
trict, and tho enactment of n general Incor
poration act. I) u tin if the Interview Senator
Hamlin expressed bis regret that the clU
tt or Washington were compelled to aak
Congress In this manner for necessary legl-
latloo, which should bare been enacted lose
slncej and on tbe whole the conference waa
regarded as favorable and likely to secure
Tux Oohcoxim Akt Qallxrt. Ur. Sum
ner in tho Senate yesterday, from the Com
ml! tea on the District of Colombia, reported
a bill to Incorporate the trustees of the Cor
coran Art Gallery! naming as corporators
Jas. U.TJarJe, Jas, C. Hall, Qoo. W. Kiev.
Aathooy Jlyde, J. Q. Bemtt, Jas. C. Ken
nedy, llenry p. Cooke and J. O. UcQaire,
of the Ctlle of Waahlorton and amtnwi
and Wm. T, Walter, of Baltimore, to extH
cuto the trnsU created and conferred m-on
thm by tbe deed from W. W. Corcorava, eaoy,1
a oe oocreiancs oi vr ar, i rcasury and Btato
art authorized to settle and determlai a Jost
T WaiKLT ltircBLiCAiv for this week,
with supplement, Is no ra&dy, aod ean be
obtained la wrapper for me.Uog. This nam
bcr 1 replete with Taloable articles. There
is a fall account of the ball In honor of Ills
Royal Ilighoess Prince Arthurj tbe amended
tariff bill In fullt Congresilonal proceedlags
during the past week i a foil report; of Iho
Important meeting held at Lincoln nail, to
consider iho question of consolidating the
District government j the humorous report of
tho last meetlog or the Universal Franchise
Association ) report of the Congressional
Temperance Society meeUog the reply of
Rev. Dr. Charles I. White, pastor or St,
Matthew' church, to Iter. Dr. Sunderland
and othen, la reference to their recent at
tack! upon the Papacyf an account of the
obsequies of George Feabodyat Portland)
synopsis of iho leterestlugi sermon of Rev.
Dr. Newman' to young women rtbe bill for
the territorial government? ot tho District of
Columbia) tbe debate In Congress on the
appropriation for tho poor of the District!
number of articles on subjects of general In
terestt accounts of the numerous receptions
daring tho pait week) a variety of well-se
lected reading matter) Departmental news)
the speech ot Ur, Swann la (ho House of
IfepreMntatlves, In regard to American cltt
xena now confined la British prisons) edi
torials on subjects of Importance, and short
articles both In strut Uo and entertalalog
Those wUhls g oa)plete budget 6t tht) lm
porUnt news or the past week wilt And It
In the WsxELrXlBrrjBt.icAif
NOUI51TIOKS Tho rresldeat sent tho
following nomlnaUoi)! ta the Senate yeiter-
Octavlus H. Blocker, to bo aucasor of
Internal rcveuue Third district or North Car
Timothy E, Ell worth, to be collector of
cuit oral, tumict pi niagarai
A. D. Underwood, to bo aurvejor of cm
torn at Itoston, Uass.
Chas R- Whldden, to be collector cf cm
toms at Paasamaquoddy, IXaln.
W. U, Sargent, to be collector of customs
at Castlno. Maine.
jonn r. o. uoom. to do judge oi the uni
ted BUtee District Court of Florida,
U. U. Heath, to. bo United BUtee marshal
for tho Territory of New Mexico.
Bioruel Hard, to bo Governor of Idaho
Uary E. Frindlt, to bo postmistress at
-- -- ...
Km us amd Wouam SOrrftAoi.Tbe
Lieutenant Governor or Kansas, by bis cit
lng vote In the Senate on Wedoesdiy, tabled
a memorial to Congress favorlog tbe six
teenthajor woman eaQYaga amendmeat. We
think that even Mil tinaan will lose her
temper orer this, aad if so, that Lieutenant
Governor will fcarvawaru time when ihe
and her stanch, coadjutera next caaTasa tbat
men. ne was heard of on tho 21th near tho
Coban coast, ami he proposed to run In and
laird b. wlftfci.
luteal rlirrpbls llrvTlMaM.
The fast frel(ht lines from the West ait
again In trouble.
Tho ratea have been cut down to New Tovk
00 cents, Philadelphia S3 cent, Boston tt
The reported discovery of now frauds jn
the New Tork custom house, la which tho
deputy collector and appraiser wero said to
bo Implicated In certifying silk as cotton
are pronounced without foundation.
Bishop IUche, or tho Red River settle
ment arrived at Montreal Thursday evening,
from Rome, via Portland. He will leave
Immediately for the Northwest, to settle
Ror. Father Joshua Plunkctt, an eminent
divine, and for fifteen-, yean pastor at St.
Paul's Catholic church, Portland, died last
n.ht at the hosplul of St., Vincent do Paul,
The coinage at Iho branch mint at Baa
Francisco during tho month of January
amounted to 11,020,000, all of which wai la
The cxcnrilonUts from Cincinnati, Loula
vllle, and other cities wero entertained by
the AnguiU, Georgia, Board of Trade, and
will leave for homo to-night.
At last we have the solution of the mys
tery attending the famom poisoning at tbo
National hotel at Washtocton In 1M7. A
Mr. Waaworlb,whowaa superintendent of
too wine cuiir ii.ua utnr, saya mat me
cauaoof tbe disease was tbe accumulation
of offal lu the basement and the stench, of
the sewer lie states tbat owing to a re
duction of tho force of walten aod servants,
conaequeot upon tho change of proprietor,
the garbage which accumulated to tbe
lerdera, kitchen and Bowers or the hotel
could not do removed. ino mass aecavea.
and when the weatbermoderaud, sent up a
deadly exnaiation. which produced the tio
lent disease now so famous. It appears
that nobody took the disease save those who
slept mere tstcnant.
Tni raxi dispensation of soup aeatna to
have become a fixed cuatom In Boston, as
the free distribution of corn to the plebeians
In Rome. It appear to bo generally ad
mitted that no special reason exlsta thl
winter for giving away soup, but It 1 ald
lobe "one of Uayor Shurtlelrs pet Ideas."
ner The llarbar Dan Qneatlon
Bar Faiir?sCp, February 4. Dcery and
Dion fast night played their third game at
billiard for a purse of 13,000. The game
waa for fifteen hundred point, foir ball
carom oo m ftnr-pokt ubla, pnsh shots
and crotch barred. There were eighty three
inning, resulting for Decry, 1503 points,
and for Dion, 1041 points. Decrj's highest
run, 1131, and Dion's ISO polnti.
A meeting of merchanU and shipmaster
waa held here yesterday for the purpose of 1 prune authority placed orer them,
MtaffRanh In tbo irai-jr.
It Is with sincere runt (hat we learn the
action of the Becroury of the Navy ttpoh
the question of auffrank In tbe naryfe
Indicated by his IttUrlo the House Jural
Commlttea transmitting a bill for the re
organization of the nary, bated, as be sava.
upon tbe proceedings of the board lately
--. ifLHuiuitvuiu wiiigwiiuBin on
Ibis subject, and upon his own Judgment aa
to what the service require!. We had ear
neatly hoped tbat under a Repub'lcan Ad
ministration t&o Navy Department would
certain!? exhibit a liberal tlrlt in n mi.
tersaflotllBgtfce Interests and happloe or
tbe entire ptrtowut of the avy, and. tbat an
end would be put to tho discrimination of
ihellnelofltMocoanrnsI their comrades of.
me aiaa corpf. But wo bare- boen ml
token. The tuff corps of oar parr, wore
tJ.t..y.utf ?!" 'l bowe1 heneath the yoke
of this baleful Influence. If the representa-!
Uvea of Ihe people In Congress do not them
selve take the matter In hand and protect
their wuk and powerless constituent, dU
cord and confusion will henceforth reign
supreme ta the navy. Uany of It beat
suffofflcen must, frani necessity aod eir
rcapect, relgu, aniTUgln lire anew on
horet and few young men of character and
ability will hereafter enter theso ImporUnl
braichea of our naval aerrleo It Is Inevi
table that the tone of the aervtco mast In
consequence bo lowered, and not only the
Government, bat the onlcen and men of
au grades will assuredly bo greatly tbe stf-feren.
Wo call upon Congress to do 111 doty In
the premises) to gtve Just a little time and
attention to tbla matter, for really It Is cow
an Important and serious question, affecting
the rights and Intercats of clUien all over
tbo Und. What seems more strange than
aujm.ng ciao mj ua concerning mi very plain
question Is that the Secretary of the Nary,
la his letter aod hi singular "bill," rates
tho claims of tbe staff corn to rank, position
aod prl lieges Tery considerably towir than
erenlho "rank board" did. which was In
stituted and constltoted onfylnthetnterrat
of "the Hae," and whose org Dint loo,
action and results, under tho peculiar clr
cumsunccs of ll seaslons, mnst necessarily ,
bartt defeated much that was deal red to bo
obtained on tho part of sUff Interests, aod
the more Important benefUs that were ac
tually asked for by the sufiT memben thereon.
uui iae me ca a u fiano a it oauo
lbly apptari. The Grime bill, hurried last
winter through IheBeuaUagave ceiUla num
bertf to th sutl corn. Tha "rank board."
no, aeemios inua nnmDere lust. turrtUu
the number for tho euff, In the higher rank,
very considerably. Thl was an Improve
ment, although tha staff corpa had uo part
nor lot In It. No eeoeral consnlutlon waa
previously had between the aereral staff
corps, nor n-eiween tne memben or each
corps, and no authorlutlro pUn hod been
agrcca opon, iua sreneni instructions given,
or united request made, to tha sUff memben
or tbe board as to what they ought to ask
thereon for the lUff. In fact, there waa
only a ttngU staff Tofco In each sUff corps
beard there, and that not by sUff wishes or
authority In this matter tbat ao deeply con
cerned the whole of tbe euff corps. Though
tbe former wero ejfctafy required to repre
sent Staff Interest, it must be patent to all
tbat they did not and conld not serve as
true rtpresenutlres tbenof. We ImpuU no
blame certainly not to those ordered to rep
resent staff inters!. We merely sUU the
ucts and the urcumiUnces. ThU "rank
board," although so orgaulted and consti
tuted, (ncracf the numben, declared that
the staff should have more officers in tbe
higher grade than the Grimes bill allowed.
Vice Admiral Porter likewise has Disced
It on record tbat there thonld be a greater
numoer or uau omcers in too uigner grades
than the Grimes bill gives, thus keeping hi
plighted word to certain senior sUff officers
and ftn.u i i. V. "" D" snoni l
hi large experience of what hould oe, l
Mtvatfai ininanra avia iBtirnaLa bai-cuci -v
rhfrt ihl rank mailaarta iha service, thtf
Secretary astounds everybody, lino and stuff
.hi.. a. M.M nn llh a Til on faW "tlkC
IUMiUTWaUaV" Tfa ,- - -. w
adjustmant of tha vexed and dlCflcuH qut
tlon"of rank, dte . which, Instead of en i
log peace and harmony aod happlaesa f r
he Is supposed and expected to preilde r
father over a common nauienoia, i iei
Hr for th sUff corps than alther of t,
before mentioned plans submitted and urn
by men who arercillylnUmetclj convent
with naval affairs.
At the commencement of the present Ad
ministration, when tbe appointment of a dli
tlncuUbed naval officer asSeereUryof the
LNavy waa discussed, wo expressed the
opinion mat u saoma ua rciBiocu u ua
bands of a clrlllaa. Such a disposition aa
was proposed of tho power or tbe Depart
ment we believed woild result In favoritism
and discord, and be detrlmenUl to the best
InteresU or the service. With the appoint
ment or Secretary Robeson we hoped that
the experiment of a divided authority wu at
an end, aod that the otScen of all branches
of the naval service would regain, tbe right
to appeal oirecuj aoapcnonauy ioiuobu
fhai.V'r.'iS! 'J? "'b,and,ln on. tea-.
otciwnry Walla.,wiibibeaanetioai ma an
elation ottheae men and their ttrtleT.d
PPMW,a-"r l" though that
bat he aid wi. aaal,wlihdn..ulborttyand
--.... uyi an wm aaaaeniv
swept away with ruthless hand by Becreury
Boris, with the aid, strange to say, or aL
tornty General Hoar, although the litter's
predeeiMor had declared Becreury Welles
nnlattooe to be valid la Uwf
1 Tbo staff officer of the navy are not by
any means an "auxiliary corps," aa Becre
ury Robeson styles them, but part and par-
'Cel Or tbO fMrV. ind tho nrmvari aaulr rm.
dres at ibo band of Coorrea. Tbayaak
restoration from degradation, deration to
the equality of offlclal sUtbi, reUtlrely
bthellne, as officers and gentlemen, of
eqoal worth to tho service and GoTernmenW
and qual bUlt;,lnumKeoeeao4cbarur,
ahould uaquMtlonably poaor Aod they
uuuvbHUTt wasvioiwiriueawitQ by bannc
phat Is termed 'aiilmtlatfaW raax etowed
tpon them, a an empty baable up-m
cbildifer not ooly ha aocb bieanlogUaa
rank been always overreached and Ignered
by tbo line, but It Is declared beforehand.
that as It 1 ua mifV' Wi a iKadow at
best, of tbe real substance, r ll shall not
arall anythlog lfobuloed
Wa advocate positive rank for Ibe SUff
officers of Ihenary.Jottas obtain In the
auff corps or oor army, and In the services
bf Furope. This I what Is needfhl. In
order to restore and to esubltsh for all time
harmooy aod happiness In onr own navy.
Wo earnestly urge Congreae to pass Geo
eral Stevens bill, or that bill bttUrad
certainly nothing short or what Is therein
claimed) and we feci eonflde&l, from cur
own personal experience and knowledge of
the naral service, that their effort to settle
this Important question will be eminently
laceessful. Jtaltimort American,
MOUR DAILY nhEAD."
Abeciar boy stopptil it a rlab taaa's dorr .
U boneleas aad frleadllis iad falataad
tba benar boy. aa the tear drop rolled
Down bis tola etttik bU&chd with wsat and
Oh, clTi t i arait rroa y oat Voard today.
To htlp tho bcicir boy oa li watl"
''Not erust, not i sianb, the ileh tnin.
' D oir aad work for your dally bread
Tk nrvloo bocaai tk ehonl bn
Aroia aad swtllod throuch thiloog alilaadlw,
TH rleb man kotll and th wordah aald.
Yr; "Qir ua l&t day our dally brd
A Qtrrr nisT to thi Coksoxjcx. A
good story Is related of tbe late Rey. J. L.
Cannon, D. D , of New Brunswick. On one
occasion being accustomed to lecva his
seentar affaire very much to take care of
themselves In his higher eogagemenU In
spiritual tblops ho had given an order to a
horse Jockey for the purchase of a bone.
When the man called, a faw day after, ha
wa abown to thu tudy and said t " Well,
Dominie. I hare rot a hone that will salt
yoa to a fraction." " What Is the price 1"
said tho doctor. Tbe Jockey uamedafalr-
soundlug sum. The doctor to, and open
ing hi desk and palllog out a roll of bills,
began to count out the money. What,"
said tbe Jockey, " are yoa not going to look
at tbe horse 1" "No," aald the doctor,
"you iay he will suit met I will ukeyour
word for it." This fearless reliance stimulated
thejockey'e conscience Into unwonted ac-
Tim little that Xhave seen In tho world,
and know or the history of mankind, teaches
me lo look upon their erron In sorrow not la
When I Uke the history of ooa poor
adopting measure to resist the collection of
harbor daes which aro deemed unconstitu
tional. The ablpmasters decided to authorlie
their consignee to return tbo amount of
their harbor das and to defend a test case
Horn t Bem r tbo Trlfal.
Nntf Toac, Fab. 4. A motion was made
by the prosecution In tho court of general
aewtoui to-day, to remove tho trial or Dan'l
UcFarUnd ror tbo murder or A. D. Richard
son, to tho court or Oyer and Terminer, on
the ground that the case would occupy too
much time, of the former court. Tho action
waa strongly opposed by tho defenco M pre
judicial to the Interest of tho ptleoner.
Naw Tons, Feb. 4. Prince Arthur toot a
ride on honeback In Central Park this
morning, and lunched at noon with Mr.
Thornton at WostmlnsUr hotel. This
evening he dlasd with E. W. Stoaghtoa at
hla restdenco on Fifth arcane, Uo leaves
for Boftton to-morrow to attend the Peabody
obsequies. A room has been engaged for
him there at tho St. James hotel.
Naw Yobk, February 4 A private ban
quet wu given this evening at the residence
of E.F. Stonghton, the eminent barrister, la
honor of Prince Arthur coven were Uld
for twenty guest. In addition to tho Prince
there were present General UcPowrll, Ad
miral Gordon, Blahop Porter, WUUam B.
Aitor, August Belmont, Judge Blatehford,
Judge Woodruff, Ur, Thornton, and throe
memben or tho British legation. Alter tbe
banquet Mrs. Btoughton, held a levee, during
which two hundred ladles and gentlemen
wero Introduced to the rriucc.
Meanwhile, tbe benevolence of this trentle-
man createa some apprehension, a his lib
erality may take various and most expensive
form it so that one newspaper actually ap-
firehcnds "an asylum for past aldermen or
ruporerlshed couocilmen" a If aldermen
ltd councllmen, IT they ooly bold their
places long enough, were likely to become
A jcdicioui tirdiot ha been rendered
against tbe Long Inland railroad for au ac
cfdenl to Edward Van Gaaabeck last aprior.
tba damage! being assessed at 915,000. A
similar verdict to tbe amount or 5,000 has
also been rendered axalnsi tho Brooklvn
City railroad for a similar accident. This
is encouraging lor traveun, and wm proba
bly teach railroad companies that It li
cneapor to expena meso amounts in impror
tog tbelr property than In repairing dam
ages to Individual!.
At a faktt In Indianapolis, a young man
lot one of hla sleeve-button and hnnted
blgh and tor. for It, tq no purpose. Alter
the party a eoViala-imag lady went home,
and while nodrenlnr the mualar button
dropped on the Boor from among hsr palpi-.
alwid uub mi. kits tea com to Know now
it got there. Young men will hereafter
iouw nu.ru to i .area ior men mings.
ii Kid or do in Ullnoli
right la, however, rlrtually denied to the
sUff officers of the navr In this struggle for
whatther deem their rlehts. Earn&stW a
thev mar deslro to state their case to their
common neaa ana superior, iuo oeereiary oi
tho Navr. and to show cause why they
should be so shamefully degraded, they can
not approach him by letter or In person ex
cept through a line officer or high rant, who
Und between him and tbe outer world.
They even dare not be seen In Washington
on this all Important matter to cons Jit with
memben of Congress, for fUr the ax, of tbo
deuumgomcer win uu upon mem.
At tne aame time uasutngton t crowncu
with Hae officers, oo. duty aad off doty, en
gaged ta button holing Senaton and Repro
eeautlvea, and laboring to defeat all plana
and bills that look o tbe elevation of those
who are certainly their equals la all that
goes to make up true manhood education,
ability and character. Indeed, wo had hoped,
for tho houcr and manllneaa ol tbe Hue, a
men, .3ra, M eormde of those who
hand with tbem the bertte of ' the battle
and tho braexe," that la their hearts they
did not grudge SUIT officer a respectable
and honorable poe&Iou la thoserrlcei that
tbey were willing to accord to them aomei
thing analogous to their ova, such u they
bargained tar and looked forward to when
they gave up their hopes and chaneei la civil
life to devoto thalr lives to tho pirjj.zd the
RepresenUtlve Stmens, with commenda
ble care aod judgment, tau offered a bill In
the llouso which acem! tons to have been
conceived la a true spirit of honorable com
promise for all concerned. Whilst we think
tho sUff are entitled to confidently more
than tbla bill glvea tbm for we are of
those who think that Use and Uff In our
navy ahould boons nearly equal status In
all grades we find th bill, as a whole, In
tbe nature of a true compromise, and we
sincerely hope U will pass, more especially
a we teara mat toe sua are united ana
iwrt that i, sinned and suffered and rep-
ll) It has passed througm b6bri55jK!
t of Joy, tbe toare of regret, Iho
jf purpose, theacorn of tho world that
i tittle charity, the desolation of the tour
auary and threatening voice wHblo,
t .i.lh irone haonlniki roua IwOaU tain
Idtve the enlng soul of my fellow man with
him from whose hand it came. Dr.
Tni WoiLD.Ab, thl beautiful world!
I know not what to think of It. Sometime
It 1 all aunsblao and gladness, aid hoavta
itself ilea not far off, and then it suddenly
changes, and It Is dark and sorrowful, and
tbo clouds sbnt out the day. In tha Urea of
inesaoaea.oi us mere are orign. aays iixe
this, when we feel u If we could Uke the
treat world into our arms. Then gloomy
noun when the fire will not burn on our
hearths and all without and within Is dis
mal, cold and dark. Believe me, every heart
has secret sorrows, which tho world know
not, and otVllmes wo call a man cold wteo
he Is only sad.
ATabi.1. Ayoung mm once picked np
a sovereign ljlog In the road. Ever after
ward, as he walked along, he kept hU ayes
steadily fixed on the ground, In the hope of
finding another And, la the coune of a
lone life, he did pick op. at different times.
a good amount of gold and silver. Bat all
these dsys, as he waa looking for thm, ho
saw not that heaven was brio-tit above him
and nalrre was beautiful around. He never
once allowed hi eye to lookup from th
mua ana nun in watcn ne aoagni to treu
ure, and when be died, a flch old man. bo
only knew thl fair earth of oure u a dirty
road to pick np money a yon walk along.
It is related that a young minuter who
parted a number of watch-seals, visited
Matthew WUks, of London. He eyed them
for some time, as II scrutinizing the material
or which they were made, and then said,
with a terriMyukarcastle alri "Itaeemato
maibat you have 4 g-ood many als to your
mlaUtry, cotwldet'og how young you are."
WiALTS la dealraNo for what UonaMoo
to do or enjy I but It 1 aot deUroble al thot
cost of honesty and honor aud true ma -.
hood. It Is not dealrablo when truth aad,
virtue and religion, when honorable awefUK
neat and happiness here, and eternal hap
piness hereafter most bo sacrificed.
;uoiTiU:r I If a man bad It not, his
sool wod miss not merely tbo future, but
the past t foa these two are correUllve.
Without God andTrBlTe,lherMt would
be nowhere. NothlngueC wooid . hehlnd
aad before u, and mtmory u i0 "P-
What a babe'a clothe are, wher the o-JT
has slipped out of them lato death, aad tho
mothers arms clasp only ralmont, woald bo
the Bible, If tho babe of Bethlehem aad tho.
truths of deep-hearted neu that clothed hU
life should slip out of It, Bttetr,
Mtrioax presides over tha naat inifM
over the present Tbe flnt Uvea In a rich
thou a revamp o
r Vi : tu bUI aud Becreury Borle'a degrading order,
Hacti. Ikd , February 4 -Tho No, 12r wUh a cuon ,nlcU iegSfis tbi
most Intense excitement prevails In CUrko
county, Illinois, a consequence of the dis
covery of gold on Big creek, about twenty
miles from this dty. A lately returned Call
fornlan, a miner of eighteen years' expe
rience, has been for some days prospecting
In the, ravine along tho creek and on every
handful of earth ho ha found gold la pay
lag quantities. Tbo people of that section
are nlld over the gold mines, and are leav
ing all other boilnrae to search for tho pre
Uoveroor Salomon, ( Waablagcon
Territory, Fined for Contempt of
Chicago, Feb. 4. Tho Illinois Supreme
Cbart laacaslonat Bpringfiold to-day, fined
General E. S. Salomon, formerly clerk of
thl county, and recently appointed Gov
ernor of Washington Territory (1,000 for
contempt In refuting Ust year while he was
county clerk to obey tho Instructions of the
Bute auditor to Increaie tbo asscssmeut for
tho BUte aod county taxes in conformity
with tho decision of the Suto Board or
Equalization. He paid Ibe fine and costs
and was dJutjargeJ.
nearly Unanimous In IU favor. The bill of I
Ilia. Wa.w Tlaanaaitawkakn. aa a. aaa. mn I a. . -. I
.UU ! J aVaal tUISU riV .11 lUUIIlttlHCU HJ I .,. ?L. llL 1 . . , a
say. I. little otherla It principal feature. S wUhUfn.? .tr.'H?'.
i a revamp or ino uoiortunate unmeK;rr'.""- ;;r:' - ""? "vf ?.f""
UU, VIIIJl UUIA ID IfRiBB IUU MlfO 11X0 a
God hu not chosen to flatter onr curiosity
by any of hi revelations. What be reveaU
to man 1 the end asalgned him, aud tho
means of attaining that end. Doctrine and
moral couitltnto an essential part of these
If IS 10T 10 hard as Oannlr. annnna I It
felthfal to one engagements. The ee
gagement which Is to be kspt keeps yoa la
u turn. It cuts healtatloa to the quick,
and protects the will with all the power of a
It it not a good plan, after you bare
driven a nail tn a sura plac, Instead of Just
Clinching aud leaving It, to ken bammirlog
away till yoa break the head off or split the
Tni depth of ihe soul are labyrinth,
aud dark without the torch o religion.
Left to ourselves, we are like subterranean
water wo reflect only the gloomy raull or
Cm-ism tnasorrtwi -"If good peo
ple," said Arcliblibop Usher. Mwonhl but
01 ate g Mda. agreeable, aad smile Instead
of fyo-rnin nn tbelr virtues, bow many
would ih ) Ka to tbe good cause."
Xiia Cbrlitlan's cup may be brimful of
torn w titit ror him the overflowing cup Is
Works aro good and a tJUblotoOod
onlv a they spring from the centre la Iot
ciUbllshmeot of a second commanding out
cr on board of all vessel, aud at sUtlons,
t,c, who shall also bear rulo andUkeoffl
ciat praccaeoco over an sua omcers on daly
with them, of even however greater rank!
mi -execuuvo oiacer position, oiten as
sumed aod even somewhat Jeetifled by cer
tain latter day rcguUltona, Is not onlyraanl
folly needle, aod woree than needlcis, but
It bu been the fruitful eource of more un
hapilne and discord than any other post
tlou In the serrlco t ImrKi nod trmt,
therefore, thai Cougreia will not legalize
such a lxwt.
Tbi blllvlrltully rndoncs and annrnrt-a
the degradation aod humiliation resulting
from Secretary Borle'i action of tho whole
staff corps, many of whom ard among our
best and oldest officer) men, who. thourh
wrav with Iha rrrMtinftnan. li w .
trying duty, la all clime aud In all waters,
yet did the sute noble service la tho war of
Iho rebellion, as may bo seen by turning to
the records. Indeed, whilst tho line were
honored and promoted, nowhere do we flud
stave service reinemoerea and appreciated
not In the Grime bill, not In Congrti,
not In the i'Jtank Board" praccedlnga, and,
lastly, not In tbo present Becreury bill or
letter do we Undone word of appreciation or
mention of tho war services of tbe who!
Uff corps, nor of any Individual meaibei
thereor, though It Is well known they sbsreJ
c-iualJ; with tbo Ua In tbo common peril