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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. T087. MORNING EDITION? THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1866. PRICE TWO CENTS. ADfERTISEIEHTS RENEWED ETERI DAJf. ANEW HISTORICAL WORK?HOW READY, <iouoi ams n* ouim. . An authentic narrative ot the MoonUt nmiwim o* . >? rlnan amy, under Acdrtw Jeckaoa. before Mew Or- I ?mlI?Uh w later ot 104-1& By sJetaniW Walker, (UUe of t?ir. O. Delta* With Frontispiece. Umo. M M. eomirm. JaekMB*! Fliwt Entry Into Mew Orteana. MM, " The Pirate." LaUtte. U>e Patriot. Jack mm Clear* Ida Plank*. The British Merle* and Embarkation. Battle ot Lake Borgne. The British landing and Bivouac. Ihe Alarm? the HeUy -tbe March. Battle ot tbe twenty -third ot Oeosmber, 1811. Mr Jtd irird Paokeuhaip. A Demonstration and a Defeat The BrtUM bring up their Big Guns. Bull* n i the riaitenea. Two Notable Warrior* and Kevolutioniata. Preparation* lor the Klnal Coufliot. The BaUie of hew Orleana? the Victory. Battle ot New Orleana? the Disaster. Cloe ins Incidents. The Finale. DKKBY * JACKSON, Late J. C. 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OLD AMD MEW.? 10,000 VOLOMKH JCST -D landed.? WILLIAM O. BaLL would beg to inform all book buyers that he har just returned with hi* annual cargo o ' rare old bookafrom Europe, where be has een collecting .or the laat year. Thla is, without doubt, the largest Importation , ever made at any one time into the country. I he ooUocU wi u ' ao varied that It would be oat of plaoa to designate them In an ?dvertleemant. They hare been selected from all sources, but more cueiul;? from the libraries ot the laie Lord Stewart da Rbtheaay, hlr J. Rwbaidaon, Rev J. K. fcUU. *, J. mew, 0. Freeling. A. Vansltart, Ac., Ac. He has, in addition, sacureJ the entire remainder of the Park?r Society pub lc*tii>n?, amounting to several thousand volumes, which he will sell at greatly reduced prices. Ihe books are now open and ready tbraaleat 115 Franklin street. second aud third llooa The t price of each book or aet, with ihe nuu>n*r of vilumes, Is en dtiraedintUe of the first cover. For turiher Information ad dreaa Wm C. Hall, as above, or William Uowana, 178 Fulton afreet. For salb-a filb of tbk new TORE HKRALD ; also, ot the Albion, for the last six years. For xale D aether or separately. Addieas J C., box 3,22.} Post office. MSM0IP.S OF A GREAT FINANCIER. D. APPLETON A CO., 316 and 318 Broadway, have tost published INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF JACOB BARKER, ot New Orleans, Louisiana, with histories' 'act*, his a nan clal trans actions with the government. and his con seiu im portant po'itical queslions, truui t.-OO to Ig55. embellishod wlt? ateel ptale portraits of Jacob Barker and John Wells. 1 vol , Uvo , cloth, fl. QDVOBOVE?S "ORERK DRA.OOON"? TH8 MOST CU O rious work tbat hue yet b> e>i isaueil upon toe Hiastern question. Pot sale at U&O. A 11 MILbUK'S, 612 Uroidway. ITtHE P0-0A-H0N-TA8 PCHOTTlrH, as perlotmed at W attack's Lyceum, will bt laiticd on r.aturday. Plain title, 25 cei ts; Illustrated, S8 cents. IWSPABERS. Decidedly a oreat attkac not. Look out for Sunday Feb. 3, tor a copy of lHf. SUNDAY UuURlfR It will contain a story involving ibo dlsc'osure of her per sonal history, by the witeol O. u. 1'oi'Df, the former Madame Julie l>e Murgueritits, en ii ed mirwDP and toes; on, those i iovr ?Mt> luoa* I hats. Mailed k> subeoriDera at 92 a jcu. Single copies 3 cents. JA-Mfh L. SMITH A CIO , 15 spruce street. LONDON NEWS. ISd; PUNCH, 9d.; TIME* 9d ; LLOYD'S, M. Other EngliRh uewsp<tpers at equity low urtcsi. Dtrketa' Ifouaehold Words. IMd ; t. 'bombers' JourntV 1 2d. Back numlars of the New* supplied l'.t?ill?tlo' Kngllsh newspaper office, corner of Br>ad A-ay anil X welfth street. YOUNO AMERICA, NO. 1.-THE FOURTH NUMBBR ot this popular satir'cal sud humorous paper now ready. ' lteobtainstwi-ntytour snienriit ? ml.: iru?tr*tioji and ?> great variety ot a why reading matter on all Ute paitUoal and sitclai tafiierof the day. Everybody abs<nd iaa? a lank at toa Ma eicipai Topscr, and tak* a peep at John Mlt thell's seioo oom. IhoUdle* alllDiidin it some very valuibie sugges Icis and everybody somo h'ng to interest them. Price <>\J enta the number. ?ors*leb . ail p^rtodloal dea era an<t uewi egenta, and by 1. W. STROMO, PuoiUhor, 98 Aiusau street. THS LBCTlJli? MSAW)H. a LECTURK WILL UK DEUVKRRD 1!V L S. IVKS, ?rt Uj 1). for the benefit ot the 8 iciely of Hi. Vincent d? laul. a' the Broadway 'lubernacie, Thuraday eveuing, J*a. 24, 1?0 fcuUJect, ' the p or In their rela iou to mio.ety." TUkels 26 crnir. Tho lecture will commence at 7V? o'clock. T hCTURF-ON 1HE LIKE AND CHARACTER OF BO JJ bert Bui tie. New Yobk January 18, 18VS. Hospa B. Pruning, Esq: Dear mi:? the uu-lorsigned, toot pertcoa1 frienos. havutg pcrusec; the high eucotnia an Una have been awarded to you by UiO publte pre-H upon your iocture on tie "life una character of Robert Hu-oa," wish which jou have been delighting the inhabitants of othe* place* to this vicinity, an desirou* lo have von nilord uh h? urulio* lion of an opportune * to appreciate to; r genlu* and talent upon that subjeot in thU oltt. By acceding to our wi"hes. and namir a an evening, at aa early a period aa M consistent with jour other engagements, you will greatly oblige, your*, very ?truly, Hiram Anderson, Oeorge E. L. flyatt, B. T. lotuif!, Arthur T Jonoa, James t>. Btt itb, Alvlo Higgles, Daniel "ashman, Brnjamln L.ynes, Robert B Boyd, Stephen t-ounibery, II 8. Humphrey, Wja. K Betn, David Wtbo, And thirty ?uven others. mr. rr.aaiKs' utlt. QenUeir.ec:? In reply to j our very lingering note inviting toe to deliver In thia orv my lecture on the "Ufa and characur of Bobert Burns," 1 would ray that I shall be at liberty to e im ply with your request on Kriday evening, the ZMi ioat. I am. gent emen, very vuly voura, H ? PrinKIM*. To Arthur T. Jones, Esq , Alria Higgles, Esq., and other*. The lecture will be delire ed at Hope Oo*pel on Friday evening, the 2Bth in it, at 8 o'oiock. free tickets of admi?*ioa can be had on app ioatiou to either <-f the gentlamea whose i are attached to the letter of invitation. IT U8 I.1VK TO BE n8EFUL.-MKCHANIC8' IN3TI tute lecture by Ber. E. H. Ubaptn, at the oaurch of tue Ot .... I hac at tbe principal hotel*, and at Wm. Hail A Bon's mu?tc ?tore, corner of Park place and 'toalway; also at the door on the evening of tbe lecture. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Mtuio beiore and alter the lecture, wy order of CHaS. H. DHXiATAN, Chairman of Lecture Committee. MEB^ANTILK LIBBaBT ASSOCIATION.? MB. THOS. Kraneis Meagher will dsilrcr a lecture on ' 1 he Penalties ot Public Lite," at Clinton Hall, Alitor place, on Thursday evening, January 34, at 8 o'c.ook Ticket* ?0 cents; to mem bers half price. Car be ootstaed at the Library; at tbe don town office, No. I Naaaau otreet: and at the dnor, on the evening Of the lecture R. H. 1HOMP8CN, Ch'n Lectare Ooaualttee. THE NINTH OF THE 00CR8E OF LECTURES BEFORE the Young Men's Association, of the Twentieth street Con KregatiooaJ chuieh. will be delivered t t'ursday o renin* next, JW Instant, at their ohurch, near Meveoth avenue, bjr Rev. M. 8. Foster, D. D., of Brooklyn. hubjest ? rheodore Parker sad Modern DeUm. l<eoture to commenoe at 8 o'clock. Ad mittance ? oeots. WATCHEg, JKWELBY, AO. WATCHES? FINE OOLD AND BILVER WAT0HB8.? The largest and most splendid aaiortmsnt of w&tcliea In Ihe city is to be found at th? subscriber's, tie ha* been in business in Wall atreot for the last eighteen years, and t * sell ing all descriptions of gold end silver watches, jewelry and ?Over ware^ at wholesale and re ail, at aucb less Una the usual Ellin! gold leplne wr.tches. four holes Jewelled. ... ... Wt 00 go dcciaotH-d levers full jewelled ttt o > Fine gold bunting leplne, four Holes Jewelled Hi 0J Gold hum Inn case English patent ie vers IUIM Floe goldhontlnc detached lover* lull Je vutle 1 If! UJ Gold and enamel watches for I'dles $SJ tw to tmoo Splendid gold pocket chronaroeters $i2A 00 to $3J0 0J Oold IndepeDdrut second waU hoe. lor timing horees no to $2W oo Void hunting watches, which run eight dtra. ,f!2& 00 to flfo 00 Oold magic wa ches, which change Into three dttfcrent walchen f tao 00 to $300 00 Gold English patent evert, fuU Jewelled MS 00 to $180 00 Hirer kngildi pairnt lever flrtuo to $*8 00 Silver detached lever*, full jeweled $11 Ou to 930 W) M. J. Tobias, Hatiison, RAO. Be??elev, r. F. tJooper, and All other ee'ebrated makers, for sale very low. Fine gold burning oa?e railway timekeepers. .$100 00 lo $178 00 Silver leplnrs, ibiir holes Jewelled $UtVto $17 IK) All wu'ehna warranted to keep correct time. Watches and iewttirv exchsoged. Watches and jewelry repaired In the best m*nr.rr, and at much lexs than the usual price*, (loots ft*nt to all parts ot the United 81 ales and Cirntdi, tree of Charge. OIOROK 0. ALLEN, Importer of watcher au4 jewelry, 'fhoieaa ? and ittaii, No. 11 Wall street, seoond Hour, near ?uroadwaj . DAIVCI1VO ACADEMIES. A ?OD*ORTn'B PBITATR DANCINO ACADEMHM, r~. WKl Broadway, New York; No. 137 Montague plaee. ,r? Jow open for the eoaaotu Pupils can oointnen?e '$ ?e *e*d"emuiC?leire time and terme e*n be had T)Arpfwri.^2^^EMy' m BROADWAY. -PROFE9SOR ' and American ootlllonclu*, every ^ L'v li^^T. bMt ln Vork. Kverybo.lv, oa^y_ F's?# *w2sb^A<rt?'8 ACADEMY, NO. r< J,'ni ^ AmtrtCMI OOUHOII CiM .icrwry ^venlDg, attended by i b* elite of New York Cum till 1st of May , ror eventng practice, at ? reasonable price. COSMETICS D 'CAMERON'S RRCRIPTH RNaRLR LAOlKH awr* gentlemen to prep.ro their own ,i^SL"ai AJ!f ?tgbth ttko usual Mil erf generally price. Address 55S"<K SJXK""' "title THE AMERICAN LADIES' ASgOflMM Chw|<t wT Vmad Ag?l?it tkc PmililwibUnr the ft miiIi ?? Udtaf' AnottoUm So* tin Benefit of JUmmtUxm Orphu CHrls ffc tMi the AMmMdvThc Circular and B)-L*m nf UU AmooImkmu Mtt. Letitia A. Lincoln, Preeidentrix of the eharttaMe ssftoeiaticn entitled "The American Ladle*' Association for tbe Benefit o I American Orphan Girls," whose reel d?nce ts fltuated at No. 4S6 Broome street, near Braak way, was taken into custody yesterday Morning, by Ser geant Letferta, of the Reserve Corps, on a charge of falae pretences, in obtaining money and aubscriptiens, aa It it jsbatged, from various individuals, under tbe pretence of xppxopriatiig it to the benefit of orphan girl*, who did not ltet-lve any sncoor or aid from her whatever, f'rom the follqwlr g affidavits, which have been made agilnpt the accused, it appeal* that not only was she herself en gaged in collecticg moneys, but she had several girls employed In that vocation, whose united efforts brought (a a pretty revenue to the fair defendant. The eom plntuants oh^rgeMra. Iinooln with having fraudulently appropriated all the moneys thai collected to her own and that of her lamrtj 'h one, while thiy, whom the pub lic supposed were to b# the recipient* ol ehnrHy, were kept continually raising subscriptions for the sole bene fit of tbe deieooant, and withal very shabbily treated, although the circular* and by-laws of the aseoeiation provided for their comfort and maintenance in quite a respectable style. The following is n copy of the eiraalar and by-laws of this institution, wbloh were hawked aroand the city by thrne deputised to ooUeet alms for its supports? TO THE PDBUC. We beg to present to the puolio a subject fraught with painful interest la the consciousness of every truly benev (.lent v?rtuu of our vastly populated city. There m always muoli of guttering not appareut to thousands of well meaning persons, whs are immersed in their own affairs so deeply Lot it seems requisite some great emergenoy 'hvuld arLe to enforce upon their consideration the truth that tbere is a duty they owe outside of themselves, buch an emergency presented itself the last winter, when, owing to the hardness of the times, immense num bers weie thrown out of employ In the moat inolement Mason or the year. Let ihe history of the last winter in New York oe written, and It would present such a picture cf privation, and suffering, and degradation as to bo suggestive to the philosopher of muota for grave thought, aiid cause the heart of humanity to turn witn honor trom the psge. 'lis true, the numerous calls thai were made to alleviate the wants of the suffering poor were ably responded to, and much was done. After ?U, the ieiief was but temporary, and nothing was sub siaitially accomplished to light up, for them, the dark future. In view of these facts a few of the tisler* of humanity, ietli< g a warm desue for tbe elevation of the rice, h?ve tnteied luto a work which, we trust, by tae blessing of (xod, may mult In Incalculable good, wai'.e we shad feel amply it w aided for our labor ot love If. by our own per rtr trance and united efforts, we may aid in raising the Uupes sud cheering the future ot many a heart now despairing. Vat our efforts, unaided, will avail but Ut ile. We tbtie.'ore, In good laiih and trustfulness, a }Uog in acooiotnoe wita a clear sense of duty, would appeal to a geaeioux public lor sympathy and aid In an under srli g wbicu, if properly sustained, all must be per suaded will lie atteuued wi'-h a Lappy result. Id puzeusnce of a desire to benefit that class, we, the undeis gitd, do extend our countenance and support, t?i<j (1j pKrge oor> e von to be active In sustaining, an as sociation for tbe purpose of ci.ectly assis-log the Ameri can orptitiii >,iiis of ti>is city, by establishing a uome for ti em to liy to In ca.-e oi need. We do recommend to the .'stumble- notice of oux fellow citizens the executive com uittlte wi.o have enlisted in trns Uuiable en erprise. 1 runds of bu tanity, you can advance tae welfare ot the worthy pooi by extending your aid through this medium, and wilt be instrumental in saving many from going the downward read to desiiucti <n? t-ave them from tbe dens of infamy which in est our city, the objest of this as sociation in to benefit them, not by chanty direotly ap plied, but that us benefits may be lasting, aud the com (nullity be pttige-t of a growing evil, by saving those poor aiothei lebb gtils from straying. In oonnectlon with this, w o proi-ot-e to furnish a comfortable boarding house tor :lu*e who have to support themselves by their own labor. It Is a lamentaule aot tbav. many of this class cannot tain enough to pay the present ex roitaut rates oi board in reepeotble bearding houses, while many find it difiiouu to ouitun board at ad, and are consequently t-xptaod, ia their niter helplessness, to walk Into tempta tions. It will be lb* duty of thU aooiaty to aM those who are out ot employ ment in thur efforts to obtain It, wulle it will be expected of those who are more fortunate 10 pay a moderate amount ol board, sufficient to civer actual coat. At eighteen years of age they can beoome aeiobers, snd own a share in the house. A temporaty buikcing will bo obtained as soon as c'r cumstsnces may be sulliciently iarorabln to warrant the c um.il tee In taki:g thi< etep, uc'il sufficient cm be had to er?ct a suitable building upon groucd wuici some ab.e pLilau.hropist will b:i?e au opportunity of donating to tbe M oie?y. That there are many such wo do not entertain a doubt. We now leave the matter with oar fellow citizens, ."ball we ptrKCvere. and will you aid urt Tnc committee wfll each .-?? provided with a bx k, and, by calling upon yon, will give all an opportunity to do something t# help fotwaid the g -od time comiog, by subscribing or malting donations. The office ot the American L t dies' Assoclo uon has lemoved to 436 Broome b treat, where one of the committee will always oe In attendance. Any persons who wish to w come members can hare an opportunity by calung at the above number; or any two or more in fluential gentlemen w ho may feel interested in this fami nes*, and would be wil.lng to take the offics of treasurer, please call at the office, 4^6 Broome street. The A ssi ciatian would say to the public that they have taken a temporary building, 436 Broome street. Any Cona lon to a??ii t in tarnishing it will be thankfully re ceived Office 436 Broome street. ! PBKAMBU9 AMD COH&TITUTION OF THE AUB2UCAN | LAl>IUl' ASSOCIATION FOR TH* BKNEFIT OF A HEM IC A. N ORPHAN UIKLB. nouMBLa. Whereas, our heart* have been moved to compassion by the hare ship* end wants of the lahortog olasse* ot this c'tj, ?? hay* Mailed oat the American orphan girls, a a a cias* to irhoni we should extend our companionate aid; therefore, wiatingtbat those benefi.e may bo laa'-ing, re ba?e a<?oelated our elves together for the purpo<io ol giving confidence to the public, and to establish an ever tasting terttmonj of the benevoleu*. spirit of tho acre. Hero, therefore, do we plodge oar support aaa confi dence ote to another, in the spirit of Christian jphiuui thrcpy, w> do our duty to God, to ourselves and to tne pief-mi age, ty lilliug oar individual oltiae* to the extent of our abilities. oojornmo:* ? ARTinjj j. Section 1. tia/mr and Ofrjxts of the Orffdnizn'. ion. ? This oigaoixatlon shall be known by the ntme of the American Ludles' Association for the benefit ?f American orphan girls. See. Z The objects of this organization are:? lit. To in?ti"-ute a "Home," called the American Orphan GirU Home. 2d. To obtain employment for Amcricau orphan gliin who may be ia want; aud 3d. To gat a matronly committee, as mother, over tne whole, who may be ca llable of giving sound council and worttty procept in all the relations of life. Aim err n. fVc. 1. ?None but American born orphan girls shall be entitled to receive the benetis of tils iortitute. At fourteen jears oid at<l upwards they may become re cipients 01 the benefit* of the institute, and at the age of eighteen may be admitted to membership. ARTICLE in. Sec. 1. Membership. ? This association shall admit none to mtmberhhip but American tadlei, of whioh there shall be two cU*ses, active and passive. Sc. 2. There shall not oe more than twelve aotive member* at one time They shall b? chosen by vote yearly, and shall constitute the executive committee. fiec. 3. The active members shall bo composed of ac tive ma'roulv females. who alone shall bo authorised or invested nlth power to authorize others, whether male or female, to solicit donattoua In tho name of the execu tive committee. Awnns iv. Bee. 1, Initiation It*.? The initiation fee, at the eotn mencec.eut of th* society's organization, shall be five dollars, and may be increased, by the will ot tne majority, when deemed expedient, bnt shad not oo decreased. Atmcia v. !*c. 1. Mrrlingt. ? The A. L. A. for the benefit of A. 0. <i'i. 'hall hcta us tegular meetings once a year; seven ir.rtubeisol the executive commlaee may, howover, call special rmeiitgs, cr the association may ho d adjourned meetings, if deemed expedient. They shiUi select a presi dent; ix and two secretariee, an acting offl .iats for the scexlon, and shall elect the members ot the executive committee for thecurront year. i-ee. 2. The executive committee shall, immediately upon their election, hold regular meetings, whioh will be oontined monthly throughout the year, and sha'.l select tbelr pr per officers for the current veer. They may hold special meetings, if seeming requisite. AKTI(U) VI. Pec 1. Officer* and their Dutiei.? The Executive Committee snail select from tbelr numbers the follow Ingofliceis. who shall serve for the term of one year One clrectreaa, two secietariesand three deputies. fee. 2. The lHiectress shall preside at the mo* tings of the executive oommlttoo, and shall, wlion the Home is Instituted, have the charge of the A. 0. Q.'s Home. Sea. 3. The Secretaries shall assist each other In the Krformance of the duties appertaining to the offices. ey i ball, together With the Directress, constitute a Finance Committee of three. Sic t. The lioputles, when the Rome is instituted, sbali have -hs direct charge of the Institute, under the orders ot the Directress, as follow*, according to their individual abilities, one, the sleeping department; one, the ccoklng and eatiag department; and one, the work ing department. See. 6. (Thw section is to come Into actltm upon the institution cf the Home.)? The remaining six member* af the f xecative Committee shall canvass tne city UaKs tiirts, for oontrihutlors to the general fund. They Aivil, at the same time, solicit wo. k for the nnemplqpM who are the recipients of the institute. Kaoh one stM be ae oompanled in their district tours by one ?f Ike before mentioned recipients. ARTltftJI vti. Commiite qf ITayj Hgitf to the Insti tution of the A. Q. Q.'s ?MfcTvie Executive Committee ?W i weir* HmV Iota t Commlttfe of ITiji sad Mesas, sad shall canraM the city lit fllstrtcU, each oar having a dletMdt sliMit ittat Hex, on til the Home la instituted. AMicta rtn. Avftortm JtotnU ? the Exeemtve fl? inlttm a*r, while SOuWuad (a nenian, authorise: not more Una sis areata, Meyeafenl of the eamnjltlea, to aet at one time. Such agents If fcsssln, sheH together wKh the evaait tee, he eatitfcd to deduct from the general amonat of dMalfineiMb'BM sudMt, eaa doUar nab, far day, aa remunerattm for tMr seivtoee; oak saeati steal! h? en titled to twa dollars. Tae cd&ctalo, if females, shall he entitled to receive one dollar per day ; if males, tvre dollar*. MflCLS IX. financial. ? The Finance Coasmtttae shall deposit the weekly return of the eaeewieere la a trusty Savings Hank, sucjeet ti a draft signed by two or the coaimlUee, and tramfarahlc >eacly t?the euocaeftm oomsstttee. Aancia x. The Spirit of Ike Hntarpii.it. ? The spirit of the Institute t-hail be such as will tend ?e elevate the minds erf tae ro cipieats of Ire benefit* rather than te crush. awl any ataber of the orgaalaatton ?Matnf this spirit shall be liaMe to eipuislon bom membership. astkts XJL Hy Lmwt ? The Executive Committee may enact such by-la we aa may seem veceetary for government, provided each by-laws do aot conflict with this constitution. Mr*. U A. lioonin, Preeidentrix. Mrs. M. Ton Broeekaad am. C Neeatlne Secretaries. OOMMTrtW ON THH AIMUWtOM Of MBMBIUItt. Mrs. L. A. lineoiia, Mrs. M. Ten Bteeck. Mrs. 0. Neestloe. mcvmi ooMMirnw:~ Mrs. C. XeesUne, Mrs. ML Tea Broock, Mrs. L. A. Lincoln, Mrs. M Lalng, Mrs. C. urtls, Mrs. M. Ludlow, Mrs. ? Hyde, Mrs. ? Eddy. Mlee H. Lincoln, Mice C. Curtk. The following affidavits have been made agalaet Mrs. linoolo before Justice Osborne, the magistrate issuing the warrant oi arrest:? AFFIDAVITS. Mart Lure, of No. Wf rersyta street, being <Ur sworn, says that Me Is acquainted a Kb Mis. Letltia A. Licoola, ad a fib the institution oal.ed the "American ladles' Association Tor lbs Benefit of American Orphan Girls," of watch asso clation the said Mrs. Limoustsrrestdentrix. Deponent fur ther save that on the 20th of August. 1866, she wa* employed at one dollar per day, by said Hie. Lincoln, to collect nub<ortp tlooaln behalf of the sat* lnetStutiaa. and remainen In such em ploy meat about two ruootha, durtcg which time deponeet col lected from various pereocs in the said olty the sntn of shout $340, all of which she paid over to the said Mrs. Lincoln, De ponent alto knows oi other pereona being employed by tae ?aid Mrs. Lincoln for the same purpose; the mocey oo looted by them eaa also paid over in like manner. Deponent farther sa> a, that daring the two months aha waa employed a* above, there were no orihaa girls whatever In theaeil eatabUshnanl or institution, which was first located in the Bowery and after wards at 4.H6 Uioome atree , aa recipients of the association, ex cept two daughters otihe raid Mrs t>tooola. wWoh said daugh ters the said Mrs. Linooin requested deponent to state, it asked, aero recipients of said institution. Deponent further says, that during the two mouths she wsa connected with the Insti tution. there was only one room In the bulUlug that wsa fu? nistied, and that was cal :sd the office; the chamber or sleeping Hcartmeots were not pro perl* furnished wlh beds and oe<f Uwg to aeoommo<V*ta female ? , If there (tad been any there, as recipients. Vepoaeat further savs, that kite ha* reason to be lieve and suipeot that the moneys collected and pal4JU> said Mra Lincon are not at-propi fated for the object Intended by ?be contributors, aad that the Institution as conducted by bar is partially a fraud. lUnmrr ACKiaT, otl87 Foriyth st.eet, being duly sworn, n?>a? Tbatsht la an orphan, 24 \ears oi' age; that about the 13tb of November last, being out of employment, as a drena inaki r, the was recommended to too American Ladiei' Asao elation for the Benefit < f American Orphin Ulrls, which aaso clstion was represented to her as a proper one to wbloh to apply tor relief and protection: deponent thee went to sitd la satufioo, ho. 4S6 Broome street ana saw, first, a Mr*. 0. Cur tis, one of the executive committee and afterwards Mrs. LctUia Lincoln, the Pre.klentrlx of the auid lna'1 utlon, who agreed to receive dtp noutttod old her to got Into Saaioe-s, and lit the meaiillme to givu her a h"mo In the establishment; de poLent then took op her reeklenci' there; aft*r remaining afion' two weeks the aaaf Mrs. Lincoln requested deponent to po out with dltiereuf collectors employed for the Institution, nudt oald ih?in In s. ?lli.-lilo? ?ubscrlpt|.>'isln lu behaif. aad did no hccompanv dill erect col eotors in aoiiclilog subscriptions for the fi 'iro of abou i three weeks during tvhich time vurioui sums, (.vcriiging about ST, were received by tbe persons whom she Hccr.mpanud dailf . and whlnh money was paid over to Mrs. Lfncoin; depnheM further aaysfhatshe was In said instltuiioa at>oiit all weeks curluu which tim^_ there was but one orphan girl, Ix.hidox DorneU, In the ectabllahhieot, end no other recipi ents besides, exoepi two daughters or said Mra Lincoln; during the time depot eat war there the boose wa? nniurmvhed, except a room caUrd in office in fiont hasement: the sleeping aoart meut? were unauppiled with proper beds and bedding, there rot bticg a bedstead put up in the whole nou- e, deponent hav ing to sleep in a bed nude udou the floor and removed mostly in the day timet sod deponent further says that sue <a? retsou to t-ufpect and believe hat ibe funds received in behalf of said ir.htnui on are cot appropriated lo the object Intended by the coniribuirrs, snd that tie snii nstituuon la a fraud, from the ractibat she has b+en solicited at various times by raid Mra Llncoin to teU falsehoods when asked queat<oaa la regard to ibc e stablishment while on coJectuig tours as above men tiored. Pabar Jakc Bwift of 1H7 Forsyth street, being duly sworn, sa a? Ihat she la arqu*tt>>ed wl'h Letl'la A. Llnoom, Presl asotrtj o< the ' American Ladtse' assnolauon for the Benefit oi American Orphan otr.v," that rhe was m the emptor of said arsoetatkio from about tho latter part of August last until the 8th of l eoember ultimo, being emoloyed b ? the mid Mra. Lin-', coin ai a collector, to solicit and collect fonds tnr the benefit ot ? aid aiMiclutlon, tor wblca services depooent wa? to receive one dollar per day, aad that dnrhig the time she was so em ployed e'epooeut received m m VMM persona, principally in tlil* city, various aums, amounting to tbe aggregate to be 'ween HM) and $600, all of which deponent peU to Mra. Lin QWn; depooent lu> ther raya 0 at during the time she was em | iO) it as colector tor (aid aaaoolatton tbe only recipi ents therein, exclusive of the familv of Mra Llncoin, wore as follows: ore girl, wi.o remained about two tveelu, and anoihtr who Mold about one. whll" the in- itutlon wa* In the bowery; ai d alter its removafto Broome s'reet a Umcjlrl, nsn ed uarrict, vbo retrained in the Instltutioa fire or six weeks, and a glr n?tin-d flu-riot Ackley, who was also om plojMt or acted as a co'lector for the Institution, l.opoueut fur ther ta' a, that during the Umn she was co leoting funds, at sforesala, Mrs Linooin requested her to state to the person frcm ?hom alie solicited donations that there were eight girls m tbe institution aa recipients, bat deponent knowing that there were but two such <n the Institution besides Mrs. Lin coln's two daughter*, to d Mr*. I. that aba could not make auch rta'emenla, because they were not true; whereupon Mrs. L atated that she sonaloeied bar two daughters recipients ef the Institution, and defonent then told her that she would repre sent to donors, or those solicited for donations, ih U there were four or five reelplea a In the InaUtutlon. Deponent further iaya, during her connection with said Institution, the house was cot properly furnished for the accommodation of reolpl cuts notwithstanding tbe large amounts collected by deponent and others, and deponent subsequently refused longer to so licit donations and subscriptions tor tbe Institution, because she was oonvtnoed and believed that the funds were not appropri ated ft* the object for which the same waa donated. Mr. S. Bobuison. in a lengthy affidavit atated, that within one year past ha had been solicited at sundry times, by sundry persons to ooatrloute money to aid In the support of American orphan girls, in an establishment under the charge and su perintendence ot one Mrs. L. A. Lincoln, and be had so contri buted money to one Miss M. J. Hetherington and oae Mfcsa Lou t's 8. Hj de. who presented to him a writing signed br the said Lincoln, and printed papers stating the object of said assoola ttoo. At the same time the said Vetheriogtoo stated that the said Lincoln bad In her house. No 4^6 Broome street, eighteen destitute orphan girls, one-half of whom were supported gra tultoualv out ot funds oo looted for that purpose, and that the o'hers were pa) tag a small sum for their board; and that for the last five months one-halt of that number had been constantly to supported a* liunaUa of said bouse, and that U aha could collect funds sufficient, that flftr orphans would be so support ed; that she herself was an orphsm and aa Inmate of mid house, so supported and saslsted. Upon the officer visiting tbe premises he says his *70 wu at ?nee struck with the great contrast that existed betweed the parlors and bedrooms of the "institution." the former wete furnished la the moat extravagant and luxurious manner, while in the two bedrooms, which were allotted to tbe "orphans," there was nothing in the way of furniture save a few old bedsteads, which would not be harmed In the least by a slight ooat of varnish. When Mrs. Lincoln was brought to the Mayor's office (?he was informed that it would be necessary for her to procure bail for bee appearance to answer the charge preferred against her. She at once sent for Judge Bd monde, but failed in procuring his appearance. The magistrate allowed tbe aocused to depart on her own recognizances until 11 o'clock this morning, when it is presumed bail will be forthcoming. City Intelligence. Marruoi or * Cmr OrntUL-Mr. Joseph B. Young, Tieputy Clerk of the Board of Aldermen, wm united la wedlock yesterday to Miss Cordelia R. Ford, daughter of Benjamin F. Ford, Esq., merchant, at the Ollrer street Baptist church, in the presence of a large number of the friends of tbe youthful ocntracting pcrtles. The happy u.-jple subsequently leceived congratulations at their reeidenoc, in Henry street, and proceeded in the evening <n route to Washington. Lkturjh Bsvorh thk Micua-vics' ImrrrcTB.? The next kctme of this course will be delivered by tbe Rev. E. I L Chepin, on Friday evening, in the church of the Divine Unity, In Broadway, near Prlnoe street. 8 object ? "Prac tical I,if?. " Tbe prcceed of the lecture are to be appro priated towards the Increase of the library of the Insti tute. and newspapers for the reading room, whisk is free to the mechanics, apprentices and workingmen of the city. Firs in Hamxxklxt J*rnx*r. ? Between a and 3 o'clock yesterday morning some hay in the lott of a stable, occu pied by Robblna & Co., packers, was found on fire. An alarm was given, when it was extinguished before mueh damage was done. It is supposed to have been the work of an incendiary. Fmx tor dunwica 9m The alarm of fire for the eighth district, between 1 and 3 o'clock yesterday morn ing, was caused by lire beiag found among some hay in the loft of a stable on the earner of Greenwich and Frank lin streets (rear). Tbe ink e was occupied by Mr. Mad dan. Tbe fire is suppeadfi to be the work of an inoen diary. Loos trl/lta* TBs 8otn? Mhh-TIis large quantity of ice in the river detained Hie boats yesterday morning to an unusu al y Me tear. The Htonington steamer arrived here at 10 o'Jfock, the Norwich at 10)f, and the Fall River boat TtH Uqi'or Dhaixrp' Sooictt. ? This body "still lives," and will meet this evening, at National Hall, Canal street, for the purpose of electing officers for the present year. Fikkin Cathkjusb Struct. ? A fire occurred lart evening at No. B?X Oatberine street, but was extinguished by Engine Company No. X Uamtg e, >2,000. fiavnl inlelllgenr?. Tbe Lnited States nloop of war Jamestown, Com. Crabbe, seiled frtm Monrovia, for the leeward, on the 1st Hit Mmn Clrralt Cant B?tor? Boa. Judge Ugareoil. twi ir.Mrap nmVTAjfoa or vnithd btatks o?n WBM 0* BOMSD !? MOBTBUUt LIUHT ? MO flON ro <***? *h* imfecnuNT. .ff ? 2a-?Tb* D*Wot Attorney Mid be had |hn aetiee yesterday to tx? oouaK# tot Captain Tinklepaugh, wTt? L WUt*? ?nd chat ha I tali Morning mop* to eat down Uwr trial. Be mm I . J?,**1*' ta Court. ??* be now gfcaathMa mXIm that i anif^ on Monday neat, at n o'clock. <?????-- *"*" mT oSS? ^wr"*ZrIi '! ? JadicWt. ? .^rVe<1 'V* the >**** Attorney h?d m" W Moodij aosma wtucbcaMhe r?.8) , *?*' enS"K?? for tbe dafoudanf, 1 be 3S?2Sh?^??r,?* *,** ? d?"?. "" iZmr.Jn.fli T*1 U ?homd be tried on Mbada* aa HZ th* K0y?nZ\ o" . * ftoe? Waahfcgtun. He /Mr. Cutting) had ac xindav f^tlEV?! ^ Attorney mm down another oW P5i^!is,*ts?a.c2;^s,M" *"*? ?*??? ToaleiTreadr. f**"'?8 ttn?errto<,d Mr. tbwtato* ready and te 2.b*W hu ??? brougnl uo, 7 =<25iSSb.i!J^"h*4h1' ??>??? .?&0HK23Ka" w""* *?-* "i -r ?<? AUirfet Attorney? No. I am ready. tL ??W wiMh to ,M ?*? indlatmenU. JSz* gifzjs r beSto^^^g? A11*1 018 indictment would hive aZlrfSESE&S^i' *?' " o*?eatitl an the pre spmSr&Z f'jjjsjj'j '? fMowrMie^to toa btrdsbip !!s.MijS!t""J''*' Ss^^s&JEysrsc! w WIMU0O1 wou d b8 neceflfiaftVT &t thi- tHj ?4 teat Monday n*at would be ?* TfaSitiaMh ft118 *ho ?Am would kee?> Aa to Captain itnmpamb, it waa important to him ao*to a Dorinn I>f ?x:rwN,w York- ** >? ?* -Rh&s ??,rr.u wo.uJ? Aw minutes whether he wuld ? to trial *? W?UM cona#nt to Proceed at onoe with the KEltiS'ajaf1,^ <&& MondBy.Ur*r" ** th? Clrouit *** discharged untk s?la th?t the cane conM be transmitted i? lio District Court and if h? saw that Caotnln TmirUk. Paogh could aafely go to trial h7 Mr (M w nonce M oouaf,?1) oomient to go to tiiu iu?*&2l!T!raJ~? arter b??Wht into court. It Wbiti. indlct,uont agalnat Ttokepaugh, Fowler and Mr. Catting propo?es that the trial of Maura Trinkle. l!? 6? Pr"oeeded with forthwith, ana thit the indictment be remittei at once from the Circuit Co jrt ?iei ' that to? MUM 1?7 be imine.iataiy Dbtolct Attorney-I will call you on Monday. ?uU,n?? 1 ?ie District Attorney wHl recon mdcr the matter. He Un he wi,l call the defendant? ?u Ik Cnie of t?tlr n^n-appearance he will t,.r fcit their recognizance. Tht> vt*m>L leavow to morrow Tte bail i? in $6 000 each and a forfeiture would be the temporary ruin of eone of the defendant^ The evre? pl^bTe^fi^UBOtpUC? tUeU6f6n^ ifl ^de* Tbe Diatxict Attorney makes no ana war. 7T?e Court say* there la no moiion be^re'the court for tibe canee ' AttorneJ doo? not more to reaiit d?y?u <**, Mr. Owtriot Attorney? I . nut' ncj~l e,vc nuUeo for Hcmdny. ?r. Clark?A queatlon arises on the f*ce of the in diciaent which the District Attorney may me-.-t at onoe without aitnecaet. It bt a motion to qnath the indict reandllo.^n D./ on,the Kro?n<l?b?t Me?re'. '"J?- "U(l Hoi-ton, the deputies of tbe Marshal waj had the yrcaw, do not eonuwwUhin the *Sd^B of oB taT fTi ti i itatuteTTDder which thla lndloimau-. i Sts U^Til1- ^4t 1>*rBOn8 80 dePa* ' (U*Mie ? Bjw and Horton) were the persona obstructed It S,TuSrS^5? to ,hrc ?a tb. Horton. 1^ the obatruction. not o , e Marshal, but of perron* deputed by him, the kind o !^?"??e*talaw, and are the partlM guilty unde the ?**1luto ta 1110 obstructing an officer o wo?M h?.? 1?)V.Bd ?* the Indictment, and K2 the CoQrt 40 o ber niiv'.Ura wLich would be fatal. Tbe proc cm referred to io ttie in t Ictiijent biHued out of the Oistrict Court, wnlch ii.a yy| linti^ ju/iitdijtiijn. It must appoar tli?t the ' Uurt bad joriadlotion or tbe subject matter, and that bo rroc?ia was one which the Court h?1 a njrf.t to ii^uc, aod that it ac ed within the uphero otlts auttiori'.y ihn? ,hat Proces" iS .nl h having limited Jurlalicnion, had l t w^s Th. 'ld h!d *atbarlty te U<ue the prt cef r. The irdiotintnt n>u?t aver this -the indict ment in defective in i* m and substance. Agaia. th?re BOj,aT,ertt)tnt ^ Itoictment that this pro seas was thMnti^6!!0 the M*rgU41 t0 beexeouted Neither Ls tVH J ?at R? 1111(1 Uort >n wore ever deputiwd by tho Mcrohtl. The law reads for obstruet iBg an officer of the United States. Tbe iudlctmeit reads for obstructing Ryer and llorton, o?ocrs of the Marshal. The process is addresMd to the Marshal. It is alleged that defendant resisted Ityer and Horton. It lit ne tes -wr(1ia8ra;',s3fis I similar -questions ware deeided by Judge Nelson/ to "hi moUo^^uttin,0nth0 ?*m# Wd*' inoPPoi,Uo? replied, and tho Court reserved its de CommlMlonera of EutgnUon. lb? Board met at the usual hour. Absent, Hay or* Wood and Hall. Best of the Board pre Mat. Mr. Cibjuodk called the attention of the Board to a cue of extreme cruelty raid to be practised on a young boy taken from Ward's Island, by a man named Wler, who resides in Eighty-fourth street. I be matter had found its way to the newsoapera, and to punish the man in case be was found guilty, be moved the reference ot the) matter to the Counsel of the Board, with power to proseonte. Carried. The IHisitom stated It would be advisable to make an appeal to the Legislature for aid to the fhnd of the com mission during the present session, as their overdrafts showed tbetn to be in debt nearly $100,000, and the prospect ahead was anything bat flattering. Mr. Kelly suggested that what was done must be done iiuickly, and it would be well to ask for $21,000 more than waa required, as ia any oaae the sum asked for would be out d)wn. Mr. Vnruxcit suggested it would be well not to make ibeir aetion public, and hoped the matter would oe laid over until the beard aijourned. The beef contrast for the year waa then taken up, but no definite action had thereupon. Adjourned. WBBU.T HVMM.SHT. No. of emigrants arrived to Jan. 18, 1880 1,296 " " since to Jan. 23, 140 Decrease so Car 4 776 mi. lMo. No. Inmates In institution at Ward's Ia'd.. 3, 689 1.076 " " " Marine Hospital. 37? 139 ^ *?tal .4,066 2 116 Overdraft on bank, Jen. 10 161,807 07 Aggregate receipt* to Jan. 1 $4,730 76 For commutation of paeeenger?, he.. 622 29 6,263 04 Total $66,664 03 I disbursement* to Jan. 16, 18o?J $17,067 44 Sundry expenses paid on Jan. 16. . . 1,484 20 $18,541 64 Overdraft ia bank,. $76,106 67 Mine lntelUganee> DMOBHT VrOV ALLKfllP niBORT)ffRI/r HOl'SKS. On Thursday night, the o (Boers of the Court of Gene ral Sessions, reiaforosd by some of the Eighth ward po llen, made deneents upon the following drinking saloons, as being plaoes where disorderly characters were In the babtt of assembling:? Frederick Seymour, corner of Os nal and Mercer streets; Mathew Conlon, corner of Btoomaand Laurens streets; Barney Klernan. keeping ' a <!ance house at 41 Laurens street- FeUx Larkln, of 78 King street, and John Hsscen, of ? Huds-m street. The accused were aU brought before Judge Oaproa, Whore tbey were held to annwer the charges preferred against j them. 7 hone persons who were in the above houses at the time of the desoents were arrested, but on bolrg taken before Justice Davison, at the Seoond IHstrlot Po ll oe Court, they were discharged from onstody. Brooklyn Cttjr S?w?. Kihr.? About 8 o'clock last evening a ftre broke out In l*oplar Hall, la Poplar street, near Hioks, owned by Ell sha H. Morrell. The building Is use! for various public purp<*ee, snd the basernentls fitted up as a stable. Phe flee oilginated among th? straw, and i* supposed to ham been the work of an incendiary. The huliding on the "?me site was heretofore destroyed ?y llro. The I cms on tins oocastc n amounts to about $2,000, insured to the full amount In the 1-Si'erprise. fcxcslrtor, St. Mirk's, WU llftmsburc (,1ty ond rhenlx companies. The Interior of t.l>e buihlinc was completely dastroyeil, lUe walls aro sill! met. AIKtV&l OF THE AFftlCA. THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. Gnat Cornell of War About to Meet in Paris* INTERESTING FROM RUSSIA. Ctauftt Esterhaay's Movements at St. Potenbturg. HO DECISIVE REPLY FMOM RUSSIA. One of the Spl?did Bocko is Sebatfopol Blown Up. i ssoixaiB xif ooirsoLft, The Bfflmt Bztraovdmary EoUoning Pom fat Bnglanl LOW OEMS! BENTINCK AN0N6 TH? POISONED. *0., Jto., to. L The steamship AMe** Capt. Shannon, arrived off Saady f Book at one o'otock rMtwdif morning, and readied the i eitj at eight o'dook. She left Liverpool on the 9th insfc. The United Statee mall steamer Battle arrived at Liver pool at 0.80 on Tuesday, the 8th. The Intelligence by this arrival consists merely of an extension of ha previously prevailing peace rumoes. Nothing definite is yet know* from St. Petersburg. Speculations continue to be contsadietory. Interviews had taken plaoe between Counts Neseelrode and E*. ar ks ty, but the main questions at issue had not been dis ! cussed. The expectation from Rossi* is neitnnr a refusal , nor acoeptanoe, bat such a modified counter proposition i as may gtve rfae to tegotiation and delay. On the r other hand the Palmeroton Cabinet must meet Par liament early In next month, with a decided announcement either of pease or war. ah regards Frame, rumor reports the tone of the Ftenoh governm&nt as again more warlike ; but. this feeling n ay be Increased or diminished by tbe decision of the all tad oouneil of war about to opeih its session In Pai a Husstan preparation* to continue the conflict are on a larger scale than ever. Briefly, the hopes of peace have reoetvel little or no con flmation. One of the five celebrated dry docks In th* KaQibel nala euburb of Sebaatopol was demolished by the Fsenol engineers on Saturday, the 22d instant, at 2 o'clock P. M., by the explosion of mines. The destruction of the dtok was fully acoompllshed, the blast having olm wt in stantaneously reduced tbe massive fabric into a ruln&i and confused beap of stones. The King of Bavaria In about to sooJ a spooiai envoy to &t. Petersburg, to support tho representations of t be Saxon envoy, Baton Seeoacb. It is once more confidently state A that Aus'.ria will > submit t>the Germanic Met tbe propositions lor pcice which she bae forwarded to St. Petersburg, and wtU call on the Diet to support them. Tbe Free oh Minister of lloaaoe has raised the Interest on Tieasury bonds 1 per cent. It is interred from this that theie will not be another French loan for same ti ne. In London, on tho oontiary, rumor asserts that the Chan ce Uor of the Exchequer contemplates a loan for ?30,000, CCO sterling, or 8160 0(0, COO. It is stated in a despatch frsm Berlin that the members of the gland Council of War at St. fV'ersburg are chiefly erg.gfcd on the question relating to the fjrtlliaitiona of tbe strategic points of the empire. The fortifi lalions of Kiew will be finished between tbli time and tbe end of tbe wlater. The Ruselans bad increased their fort ideations over In kermann, and had unmasked new batteries on the left of the Tel ernaya. The Presoen Journal, of the 7th instant, states that the telegraphic accounts received there from St. Poters burg represent the state of negotiations as not alto gether unfavorable, there being no reason to fear that Russia will peremptorily refuse to take tbe new peace proposals. On the other hand, accounts received at Betlin from St. Petersburg, of the same date, are an nounced t3 us " less snd lets favorable to p?aoe." The preparations for defence are prosecuted with an energy and expense a'most Incredible. The appointment of I*rince Menschikoff to the commind at Cronstadt it merely an Indication of the predominance of the old ex clusive Russian party. He will be under the BurvelUanoe of Admirals Panultine and Nowosikky, wi'Ji the assist ance of the best officers lately at Sebostopol. Omer Pubs has arrived at Batoam. The fan of Kara *??? rendered him uspopvlu at Constantinople, and his recall was discussed, bat voted to be impossible. HU arm/, when Mar Kutals, was for two days without supplies, on account of freshets in the liver, and being unable to ad vance, he deemed it prudent to return. Seventy ship* are now loading at Constantinople with supplies and mi nitiona for Souoboum Kalo. Hallm Pasha haa arrived at Erzerous), where reinforcements are being collected. Let ters from Gen. William-: report bis arrlral at Qumri in good health. The grossest peculation and mismanagement took plsoe with tne provisioning of Ears, and what Utile was done wm entirely due to the exertions of General Williams and the foreign officers. The garrison behaved nobly, and maintained discipline to the last. The ooir mission appointed to Inquire Into tho state of affairs In Asia, and the Council of War in session at Constantinople, do not positively express disapproval of Omer Pasha's strategy, but the adoption of a new plan of campaign Implies a censure on his conduct. Flank di versions are now given np, and all efforts wlQ be directed to the defenee of Krzeroum and fretlsonde. At present the grouni is covered with snow, and for three or four menths to come there can be no operations. General La Marmora wtU arrive in I'aru on Wednesday the 9th, and take up his residence at Manrise's Bo tel. Tbe General will prooeed to England, probably, after the Council of War has taken place in I'aris, at which the Emperor Napolecn and General Canrobert will assist. The representative* of Englacd, vlx the Duke of Cam bridge, Hir E. Lyons, .Si/ R. Alrey, Sir H. Janes, aud Ad miial Pandas ? left town on tho 8th for the French me tropolis. The precise day of meeting is not yet fixed, but it is l?lUvel it will be some time between the 11th ami 16th of '.hit month. General Busqnst, sunimoued to Paris by telegraph, left Pan on the 8d for that capital. It is supposed that he Is coming to assist at the grand Council of War oouvoked by the Emperor. lhe London Timet, of January S, sajnr ? A meeting of Ecuador bondholders took placo to-day, when a reiies of resolntlons was passed authorizing the necessary steps for Insuring tho insertion in the Scock Exchange ofliciel list of tho Consolidated Kcua coritn bonds, and provisional bonds or land warrants, and 1'ernvian four-and a-half per cent *>ilar bonds, is sued in discharge of the debt of the republic ef Ecua dor. With regard to tbe latter, it Is stated that repre sentations will be made to the authorities at Lima to allow tho dividends to be paid at New York upon tbe ex hibition of the coupon, and not to enforce tbe production of the bond, as at present stipulated, since It will In crease the expense of insurance. The naval authorities of Cherbourg have been or 1 dered to arm three sere* liners and three mailing frigates, which are to be ready for the opening of tbe campaign In , the Baltic in April next These three ships are tbe Ar eola, 80 guns, and BOO horse power, the araaameat of which la nearly completed; the Donauwerth, SO guns, which la to be oonverted into a screw ship, and la already [ undergoing that transformation, although she only ar ilv*d from the Mediterranean twelve days ago; and the St. Louts, 00 guns, launched at Brest on tho 20th of April last, whioh is at present on her way from Toulon. Independently of these thrae ships, whioh are to be fitted oat with all possible expedition, Cherbourg is to arm the war screw transport Yonne, of 1,200 tons, the vessels of the Iceland station, aad the live bomb vessels and the 12 steam gun boats whioh havo returned from the last cam paign in the Baltic, and are to form part of a formidable French expedition which la to operate In that sea next spring. The Parte correspondent of the London Ti nt, willing on January 8, says:? It was, I tU'a*, wok Uju* ?ui:q Uiat the jiycta moot of tbe Vnited State* of Avorlea bad ?wU * tmtr with tbe ?hah of Hondo, aad that they poo* aoooa to iwiuiM Hi territory oo thi* old* of tbo Persian Gnli I boflbro no each troatr ha* boon MWol to to, but It i* oortote that a ??see* of th? Moot friOb?y description bare boon made Kudo k atao tatrjgufag rtrj bard with tbo Shah, aad it I* uiortHti that, al such a mo meat, whoa bio taror U eager)/ waMW If three two Power*, a sua pen inn of diptoaattc reiattoao with fc'rgiand ahrnld have takoa ptaoo. We find in the Bvistr oome ooooaate of tbo Aafk>-8w1#i0 tegioa. The aeoood battalion of the 2d regfcsom maa be now nearly completed l>y tbo oooeeafoa of 340* mm lately enlisted at ftrtek?ata<lt. Ifx ('->lonei. M. BwH, bad loft Ceire to areume the commtad of tbe eorp#. the Am battalion of whloh, cevnatded by M. Stasberg, ft to1 bo embarVrd for Asia M'n ir on ' h-* 1Mb of Jninry. Htt snre* are befog taken bs fcwtizerUai vi rari *0 a third rwgi - ant Ihfi fcoead lines Ccnfei*Bcee, which wo?e *0 hare booe opened on the 2d Inst . at Copeah*<^n, have been poet' poaemeut fhtr ttir. A Madrid despatch of Jano^-fly 6 <*j?: ? The pr?.eot of the Catalan* ? gains' tbc re eMtMrbit?hme?t of the torifla was yesterday praecntft to the Cor leu. The Oualmss of Roca, mother-in-law of 'lie late DuV.e of SoViiaay.w. dl4 Ibe day after him. The funeral 01 the Ihikr w?? aoltaWo to bin tank atd atMiun, his corpee had bran previous ainbataed. Captain General Capoa, of tbo ntry, ha* jwt died. I). Francisco Arm or o j Peoerandu will sua-wed htm in tbat dfgnUy. The Coite.i are occupied with matter* ef | no genraal latoreat. the naval estimates, a* prop mo! Of tbo Ministry, have been adopted, and the budget baa I been nearly got through. Senor Olonaga bw loft fir Viea (Logtono), and. bavUjp spent a litUo- time there, trill go 1 on to Paria Tbe priaeipal engineering found rl*? In Liverpool haaa tbe whole of their hand* occupied in tbo manufacture of 1 Immense project lien bad enormooH pieces ui ordnonao. At the Martey strel ar4 iron work*, ha addition to tbo monster wrought iron gsn, to weigh 24 boos, and to throw a ball of 900 lbo. upward* of Ato mil**, they am ?n? utructisfftwo wrought iron mortars, capable of throwing a Hholl ot SO Inches In diameter. Tbe Swedish Journal toedirlanlrdr reports, umter da'. a Stockholm, Dec. 24:? Activity unexampled reigns in every manufactory %r producing articles ue^eesary to the equipment >f an army. Tbo colonels of all the regiment* have re * lived orde.O ta supply tbolr troops with everything nooesaary to p?a pare them for trarchir g at tbo brat signal. Tbo ortor was given KociotJy, out it was to it* nature impossible of concealment. All leaves of absence to ofHoerx are re fused. Kvnrybody here be'lsves that in case th-* alliea should open the oar with vigor in toe Otitic next spring, our fruvurnment will feul I'.aelf compebed to taka an active part ihoivin. Advices from Goaoa of January 2 s*y:? Preparation* trailing at tbe Rnjal Palace at Tu'ia laab to tbe belief that bis Mnjrsty Victor Emanuel, yteidtag to the representations of bin c->un>edors. bun <Wc<dod to r.cmtract a marriage, th" political re-ult o' wtiioa wOl be of tbe highest importance. We do not kauw wboViar cr not th. ra may bo any mlnt*k? in the in'orpretatf-a of tie prvpara'ims g lug cn at the p-vUco, bat If hii< -buuIJ net u(.on tne cesir?H cf his inlJ.itnt bis miiriage will bo the result o! hi* rocait vl-it to I^iodnn. TLe Cracow paper Czai montlou* that the Russiia g> ^eri-mf nt has ordered the abolition of the robot (vibta aocagp) in fobind, by cntcjuutalion into a yea- 1 y moaoy payKient. For home ycarb past tho in?tancsti in w^loh turiiv.ilual piivate proprio'ora hnve made this arraaga ment their jcaniuxrj have boenibcreasiDg, and tfaa gg\ornaient bad a' so set a fimllar exunple on the crora domuias, fo 'ha* ss many a* a fonitb part of the who*a pvataut p< puiniinii bad already xntorod upon tholr now concitiou. TUf (u ti mutation is now to tako plaoe all OTtr the klngdtvm. A letter from Rome, ot Deoombor 31, says: ? Fcr Bome days past a report, which is believed to bo well fcundtd, bua bom current, namely, thit the l*roA dent of Jli'iico ba* siippreci^-d the Uexican looutloa aa this citj, and l aa ordt-ved the Minis er, wb'> hat b-en ra hidicg bun. to eta Hi his function*. The aroblros of tbo oBice aro being already Btalea up. AiiTioea from St. Petersburg, in the National GiuetU al B*rllo, say The price of saltpetre htu risen in an extfao'dtuasy miia.tr. Lately full iibt-rtj was acaorced to every oM indiscriminately in Russia to work saltpetre mines, bat tfiat iMtnure ute prcvetl lngufliuu ut. ih ? govsrnmaat baa not been able to cou.e to the resolution U allow openly the impoitatUn of that article free of duty; k?t the various Custom Houses h*v? received a private LxaMt n>atii>n to permit all the wiltpetre wiiioh wax presented at the l'rt tiler to enter without paying anything. The Council of the Liverpool Cham be. ot Commerce k?t ii'cclrod a lotter from th? Earl of Clarendon, sta'tng that government bad tho subject of the abolition of the Soaod cticrt undor its omblileiation. The annual uae'log of Ihn Cnemfcer of Commeico of Liverpool will bo bell earl/ In February, when it in expected ratue lellnite information on the a alter will be laid before the mam ben, Ii telligtnco hud beou received in Loudon o' the death of the M&rqois Towciheud, wliioh event took place at hi* villa In the vicinity of Genoa, where the Marq.. is haA lived for many yearn paat in the strictest retirement. Admiral Lord Atioiphus Fitzclarenca lay daogerou^r Ul in Lcnd?n. The steamship Indus arrived at Southampton on Jaan aty 0, with dates from Alexandria, Dec 23; Malta, 27 f Gibraltar, 81. The news is unimportant. At Alexandria was an American store ship, and a large fleet of mer chantmen. The London Xeux, of January 8, says:? In and after May next, fifteen gigantic mail steal packets will leave Europe monthly for toe American con tinent, vie : seven English packets, tour Unl-ed j<at*a? three Belgian , and one I'ortug ie-el Fourteen of tbaan will start from or touch at England? the l'ortugufr* packet being the single exception; eight of 'he fourteen stea&era will start from Southampton, and the remain irg six from Liverpool. Tbete mall packets will are? the Atian lo by three different routes, which will termi nate on the American fide at the Brazils, Central Ame rica and the United States. H.io d? Jaueiro will be the most southern point touched at by them, aud belli ax, la Nova Scotia, the most northern poibt. In eoaneotlaa | with these At antic packet lines, there will be naaitff twenty tribu ary ones, rome ct them as long as the At lantic lines thorns* Ives. By these the ?hoie or the A<oe rican continent, down aB far south as the riv?r "latte.ea tbe eastern hide of the great continent, and from >'eru I* California, in tbe racifl<r, also the whole of the aaJaHMk lsJa ncs, tncluoing those of the Wast Indio# will be snp plied with Eoropeaa correspondence. The Cork (Ireland) Examiner states that the quantity of potatoes at present to be found in the possession of (ha fanners throughout the country generally greatly exceed* the estimate formed at the olosa of the harveet. It ay pear* that in th* rural districts of Cork business sneong the dealers in Indian meal has fallen off to a very remark able extent Luge quantities of potatoes arrive dally In the city by the Great Southern and Western Rail rap from the midland counties, on some occasions to tha amount of 80 tons. The follow log American hips are at Mar sallies, taking (n stores (br the French government '.?Queen of Clip pore. Great Republic, Monarch of tbe Sea, Ocean Herald, Titan, White Falcon Astoria. In the Liverpool cotton market buyers are timl 1 aad holders eager. The business of the three days has bean 18,000 bales, of which 1,000 wsre taken on spsoul t'ion aiid 1,000 for export. The market is doll, and white soma authorities report prices as unchanged, o her* quote l,d. a l4d. decline since Friday. Breads tafia are In better demand, wheat at an advaaae of 2a. per bushel, and flour 8d. to 9d. dearer. H>>t4ean of Indian corn demanded an advance, which wa* not aa ceded to by buyer*. Beef In rather more request. Pock still neglected. Bacon unchanged. Ijird rather easier. Rosin freely offered at 4a. Od. Consala wan about a 96%, tbe alight advaaoe hav ing arisen from somo heavy purchases having been as4a by thoea who had oversold. On* London Cormrpondeiaca. Lo*Dfl| *uen.lay Evening, Jan. S, 18M. react or }Var?TStJf<vo(iaUont?J%? .iound l/m * ? Arrival of the HaUie?1%e Ortat Poisoning Cam. Am the paaaa of Europe la the stake whl sh la actually being played for by the diplomatists of tha Old World, and although there la not, In reality, much to add in what I said in my last letter, still I could not allow a steamer to leave Liverpool without dropping you a baa Despite a telegraphic despatch from Berlin, la tha seoond edition of the London Timet of to-day, It la my arm opinion that Russia will not aooept the terms oAwad. If yon will take a glance at tha money art Idea ot tha London and Paris Journals? no bad indio stars oi the political weather? you will Had feat tha " 'Change " and " Bourse " a re ranch depressed. Tha oo tint er pro positions of Russia ? lor I hatd them an such, whatever may be said to tha contrary ? as given tu the Ncseeirods circular of tha 23d December, will tyu hn taken iato oonsideration by the Weatma Powers. The tolegraphlc daapatob alluded Vfc simply atates that tha Presdea Jom-nal (*eml-Raa?Un,) daalaraa that tha u?foUftttoiu prt^tti^ kntiVj, aad tyft ^ w*