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Oa TBnKbPATlMOMlHU.lBik l.itui t. naaelat a 10 a.Mk, wo Will Mllikf ajaaajfrn aatsloiaa. oa flrl door of oar uloa LSaaBBBBBaS rvoaM. a Wto aad tapoik ur(aal Xobi Jaalroetlrad from on ol ltit laaiao aad KeBU' rara aid latik BI1 Wmtm Am A Blailaria larMt ii Utaai ityloa aad will bo wamaiWrroo from moth and traa to aama, ooaprlalBg Larca Hlak, Uodion liar 4 othor Saklot Cardlaali. Cp-, Taiiaaaaaliila Kloaa UatUa, Ulak.riukaadKmla Hlak oUoad aloala itiaeiu lliiBat WftrUa. WaMr Miak. at a aula Mirtta, llbarlam Slitr- V.I4Uaa afllVHf OtITOT AUWI Ha Jb1 Faar carrian and Sltlgk Bobat, llaod aad aa Baff&lo Koboa. rr nu. A Aaibowlo will b wltkoBt rwartolloB' rift Baa epportnalir 'or ladl-o aad loatUmoa to aapplr tkanMlfo wtk trtt otaaa Vara, aad w lailto tko Udioa and pabtta 8B"rtUr In tbo tata, Toruitaab. WM L. WALLA CO , dU t ABctloaMfi ITRU8Ttr.'8 HAL OF A VALU 1 AnLb l'Itl ATh KFAIDKNOK Olf VdDkTKkNTH MTRIET. HITW IIS LIT. a AHD MAHHArUUIRTTR ATRMai -Br Tlrluo f " laino vwpngi uoiaiaoia. i ui aaii ai pan aactloaoB WlDS&HDAY.tka 1U davof Daoai bar. A. D. W, liVclook.p h fUfroklof ika pramiaaa int isiiowibb; aaacripaa rami ooiato aim (io in madiy or vataiarva. viainc la. to win l.nt laitaraif ml dlTlatoaot orlflaal lotaaabaraj twalva, (lJ.Ha aqaar aaaiborod two kaadrod aad fortr aooat (SIT.) at paltadaad rototdad U biok RW, Bo 1. folio U. of Jh kairayor'a oflao of aald ally or VTaakTaitoa. D III iofalkor wltb tko laiproTO Santa tbarooa, eoaaUtlag or a ttaroa-otoiy frano naa aaatlod f rU Ka'llf alto rooaia aad balk rotn and WBitr-otoaot. warn aad cold watar, ttDfOBBdfuraafoi toatkla at lala tkroaabtalUa ouao Lot It 19 19 by aboat 111 foot dap, t aa Tamil Oao third cubt aUaot It alx t4 iTI All coavtyaaatBg aad ilinpi at lha aval of Uo parcbaat r Uat baadrod doll art to bo paid ob Iko day of aaU I aad If tko lormt of tko tato ar aoi earn pi I ad wltb wlikla Ira dayafWmtkoday ofaalt, tboTraaiooroaorroaibo daya mm tao day ol it, tao Traaioo roaarrao nik4traol althmkadoalar tkodraallti portkaur, bTadrortlalaioatwooklB MaiaMirt' rPrFfltttdaBdFabllatIod la Waalarto)PG aiiBariasaQJOaMoi uMiaini CONFER LATtMiB. tar) Aaatloaoort BTO.W.BOTRLKH. ABtUaattr, (looooooar UJ, G. JUQalro A Co CorBOioX PaoatrUaalaafaaaa aadloaikatr t PaaajlTalaaaaat tadloaikltroot. BALK i 8.1 BALK OF A AB8IRABLB !CX DWBtLIMO OamiDAY ArTERNOOX.DdOimltr ol D, laaoi too prtniiiii oa Iko aoatkoaal cotaar orTkbd tt foibarwth lb In of aihroo-aiory D' OOBtalatBf attoial root wo land F atrootAortb, to ooatalatBf attoiaibar too roomi, aaliar, Aa allo(tkikodveUttaiaoBr-T-'.fJ, r . Tarn of falkt TlroojlBaBtavd. dollara aa: halakna aa abmdlt r IL it aad olakuoB mofetha: aotatbaarlBglataraaiaalUfaclorll aoenrod Coa Toraaelac aad.aUaiM ar ooat t pwrtbaaor Two boadrtddollara will boraqalrod of Ika pfribaaor aatiA. Ik nvai.aakalB I. WaiaaaalrAal iIavb. " wbao Iko prvpr!r U kHookod dowa. tnia pruparir cia"1 panitav at aay lima prior to lha ITib Uai kl prlfalo aaU Aa anollaallaa LHIK1M W. PUCOlaBH I'1'' ) i I a 4 &&' BYW.L. WALL A, U Haw If irkla Bnlldliy. Roi Corotrof Htalkairof aadftuti.raBU attio. Ub WBtiHRkDAT M0BHIM0. Do ombot U. al U o7aloak, wd will toll oa Uo IraltfoorM t kalatroons , UUaAO'fl P1AH0I Tkoaa tltioi ? "boaa miBttfaalar4 tad a Ubod byCklakarlBC aad BoUway' work aw a la tIiwm a rtpoutloa ara twin toad, daatrabla. and olabaratoly lataktd Ct aalotof graad doablo I UWVftV a roaawood rOBBO caaoa, tqairrouii, upnUH,ii thooaaad dolUra worth of tt Piaaoahavabooa old, aadlaatliaonUlafroia tki'Jaadlaf atttita f tboeoBBtryeaa batooD " Tbo al la poalilyo. owfkff U tba daaltalag koaltbofMr Daaan Thoy ara nowoatiblbltloo. ..J partla. a. l""vyj1Wii,f 00.. dtlO td StarJ ABCtloBOori BY CUUPBR At. LATIUUH. Aaetloatart . (Baaoattort to Jtt U MeUolro A Oo ) Boftlbwait coretr of 1 aaiitlf aala avaaaa ! ELivtalh ilroot, Star OBoa Bolldlog Daconbor U lisO at 4 o aloek a aa . ob lb pramUtB, Lot Ho X5. la aqnaro fiKfi. akualad ob 0 atraot btlwHi booond aad Third ttrttta aorlb aad rL. r Ttrnaof Stltt Oaatbiri cub. kid tb baliact la ala aad tw.TomaaU.awilb taiArotL Oackaa drd dollar to b paid whaa tk propwrtr la i pro party la 4.Tb dtfarnl rtnar gkTiag "kaoekod off" aliprmltaory aoit4acxiTdby ded of trail oa tbaprtmlaoa Ravoaaa Btampa aad coaTayaatlBg althtoatof tbpBiekaaar tb aoal of lb paiebaaar f tb tarraa of f ar au day front day of aal. lha dapoallul aad Ik property to b ntold al kooi dafauUlagvarrtawr jf DAV.ft it tuoitriBBO! jaioaro auiootapuoo wiiaia DTt i ay oi aato. aaa atmu to u anarl I a km raantld al Ihoaoa, r mi. ana Hvnii m ua i.riaiiu. k a DAVia Tt COUrXK iiATlMl aajaao r iBa dart dint T1AV AIiriCLl.N. Jj Vollnrs rua Culla, .HnudkerchleU, Aproua, noilery, Cuderearmcuta, Ac, at 3bBuGt.ASS, M WHMrwet lr ! SKIRT.AND OOESET E00S3, 003 NINTU P1TUEET. OrptiUt theYoBir ,-' Ohrltllaa Aitocltlloa w w Unll.llBar ETtrTlliUg la llit Skirt Mat oabtad tad loaJt to ordtr CoroltailiaHyi aaaoriiaaat largo aad wall BBloclad laclBdlag tke Mltbratod. WRRLV LORoiTK, la Uro gradtt Udi, Uadargar. taaatt mad t ordtr. fron Parlt bad 11 tw York i n OUailLIN'B DBUa STOHI, oppaaira I J Mtitnio fampl io lampi i rata i iiottalt gjvdiktpl Frtk oodrtald iwlc Wtlk lll UEOKnir arf rmi.Lipi . .DapatrVarahtlaftl.q.tMWaaaaafar. fin-. lluKlilMi.DMBku,lMi mmw ' ir ' liffatMTiIock.ftnhrMU.S of itio Uu HtllRrr M tnltk. InmI li tk prtt Uofo,in.irri. SWtjnaik.d. fUratu, S taru uuia TiraiifiH Trt raai ? TOT OS 3. BlTWiBtt BECofil) AHD THIRD BTRlKTVifOUTUAl'O Wir , By Tirlotof adtol of trail. datd lha lit day of Soctrobar. 14S. aad racordod la LtbnrTai.4 R, J, folloa Jill, ot toq j oao of tha Land Racorda etWaaAlaitOBCOBBlv. D (, , I will aallatpabUc itHaai. 1j Ika klarkoL kLddaa. HATUHUAT. ". I I I W :-,.;:., I kv lllllll I III -f A nil Wl II II 11111 mr' , k . ' n jrm riiio-m ,m i . HBM m VA I w""1 k my jmmr hv mmww ' m"naamW HV Amkmr Hy Jmm vhk h AmmmmrJmmmm0 mmmmmJmmhw Jkmrnf aenBBBBBa .w & jhbv .fv SkyHLX H V SB h hh . -ema hi , .ema . ,a e. ' ,r r ri PJ-3" VA -1 I . , - .. rfCVt -V ir . - . ' I l-'ljiLy- ' "!' '1.1 ,, VOL XI For Sal or Bent kJ aaaatal It. Ilaadf4 nonlka will ha a l afaatlalHRlCKtoa I. balwaav malh al taath d .!)- HoartUUBrek(r,BllTBlkal rOX PAL1-A TA1K. CdHTAtniHa Tl AC til , wiUtaJ. wl Ik laofYalltrooa, aad ?irlt ( Borrioa, Qrapaa. Aa 1 100 oordiof wood road- Arornfkat,wllkallfnalBCataaaVlafeooaaarr far tntflaia farUdJolalai aboal oao kaU nlU fron Iloaalai Lf."R.7.: FIKTI nakaaio for ally proporirr ft Mr ioraia lu tatk. -IllbtioUtawp t' 2h( T IK1M. "ltU & LoiduU I UtrlBOBaBd. A FAKlt roirfAiVIKft m ACBI1. , i . Lvm lasuu visa IIUkUdatarBraadrwloo,FrlcaOorto Joia- BalUmoro aad Patomu Railroad, aowValldUa. raathnMblbalaad w, llhCaotTTt SBAtl ftirATfi BHUtlH, Mo, tHarkUDraoo, TJOXllST-OBIOFTniVlRTBlSf HODIM F fa Ika atir, taalrallr loeatod. tko'OBgklr raralibod tad kkflad all tn lf Imprwio roaata Jafniro of u D. BARXtTT " -paratd-rbalfitri. doett-ax PR JUiLJ -JRT-CL1R1 TWILTI ROOM UOCll. 41(tlf tttMt.kolwooBTcrBnat A. tio ii VortooBth moat. Va7la lk Blfwta -Ttwaajataroadarad BoooiMrr J rj la o , Mr T : will ka aaU at a low Inn for fankar parttt altri tpplf ok tba praaUooa, T70 R IALB -THR VIH A IIP LARUB OO-i, IVcoraar Twaalr IftA ftld K "trooia. Ko J. WtAUrfOfardoaalUakodl.SMrMk aa.WaUr. Hatk Ro-mala thokooao Apply at JOEPH.B SHAFrilLD I, H Taar !' . dort Ii 4744 PoaBiflvaala btobboi aalubla for SSTRRAL txji u a nAKMlAiaVLT vtTkBianib fOH UIIT, olthor la IiUn cklaflr, al Ho 4ft TkJHooalk atraot, aertk IkrTAvaa dowt-lac po vow Twnooaia atrooi, aona o llraafora TlaUlai tko otir r Ikooo i voBrk. will Baa it io tkoir aad f atroot ara Pffff FORRimiD ROOMI FOR RIRT-IJ A daalrablo locattoB laqalro at Wo. 3f S fctrool. if ar Flftooalk. TOK HRNT, X' s SPLENDIDLY- UUNIS1IED uinriinj inii nt tLtnnfo iBOBtoftlonoitdoilnklolooatloBo fa tkatltr of Wa-AtaiUa, aad oaly oao Bilaato'a walk or Will a, d a Howl, lb bill Uosm. aad tko Kuk (To 45TTHIRT11STH ITR11T, Batwooa H aad F atra-ta oa Iko woal ald Hoaaboraof CoairoaaaMolkara daalnaf a allot f rooABWoald do wall ta aaii baforo oataflaf roomaaloowkoro Apply oaiopraaal-ti 11 it rOR RIlfT-AFROTrPlRLOR FUKRIidll Vi r"irlaarod, wllko. ooaiaiaaloaUat raaat If dalrod,oatd aad Ufkud with aaat atai, a froat roiff. ooooad inH", wtf otaaaaat, far at rom had a r, orr VAat OH alihod aad koatod, aaar NtOati aad otkoi pablla balldlat a Apply 49f.Chtk ktrHl. aoar t jTBorof O oppootio PaUal OBoo. aolO 1MB Rl!f T -AM ILK) AST IU1T1 OF 100 Kt, ' wllkbatk Jtoom aad WaUrCiooolariMkodi FOR RIHT-HAMBIORILT TU1RIIBID Koona,wUktlkoftrIaatlliladlkBkTMBa. T?0R BAtl.-A"riNB HRW BOWS, IITDATBD a. ikf BioatBooiraDio looaiioB aaa aotgabor bnod la tko ally, Tanaa llboral laqalroalflo flUOlCB BiaiOBBCl FOE BALK. aadargvlaf tboroaib ranatatloa aad Io bo dlaary doabla boat, aad at cobtuUbI fr talar oaDioioa or flaraEabar la u itulon ai aa or J'boBowatalag roon 'arloraaaddtalai'M latlfaroNoAfaaAou laon tkrauaktkmii wtthnf IA fu. Lot wlihlawaaa4 roar tool ior. k.ugaqaaro foot. run lawa aa roar io aiior, i,Ml Iktak. aoA hMmIUUv baUtV jlloa vary aoaaldarabla tlaval ratamAadloa vlaw of rlaar. Aa. Ho koaltliiarlooallty latbooity. u AU,BBtJdTaJaotoaHlihUad Block for aalo. miifmuwiiniiv,wwnti rn-tf pOB ilLR-TWO tlEWSIVlfl BOOM FBAMB t UUtlaRlTwlib Hail. Wauraad daa. la oioal- "' "'""K'.Trki WTi.: will joj aigauaarooa wiii,wi una. tlxik itraal, ItUad Oao. kot aad cold (Watai auia a.raat, ii ..... 4. nl.c a4 r.plr Jlriak aubla aa raar of lot. whk V e4 waUir all -roam for taaa. korM. will b saatar. waifii ihinii, ai s aat4cbM.ror uaa. liW ' ii ( Wanu. VLaiu.iiaaNcwiMai naou.uM.. &,.. HlllUlk airaab bfiwaas Da.laaliaMa.lMr4 nnnnnnnnnB .fOTHI WOBriMn rLAka-.Waaro aaw pvadlofaralakalltluaoowttk ooatuatonployi oat at boaio, Iko wkpla ot Uo tlwo or for tbi tN aionoau Batlaaoaaov.ugklaadproiuble, foraoatof oltkoraoa oaauy aara fromoO aaatau ia b proportional toa ay o, Boyaao4 kala Iwko aad too. tba loara aoarlyao aiaak aaa Tk evaananw.oi.wni nnae aii. einiai'iin a-arwa i n v hn aoi wall oalUlod wo will ooad f 1 to pay of tfcetroablaofwrlitai aUpartlnlara.aralaal winpita waian win ao maaaa work aa.nvaal eapy of tko Tk Pwpit't Liitrary Com pott to aao of Ika largaal aad boat family aowapapor pmblUkod-all aoal frooby atalL Baadar. Ufw HT1D-H1W AJIPCAAT OFF CLOTHlMOr ldOoldaadtUTor,oeMy otbor artlat bKlar btor of B, FOLTUH A C at lk oid-iaiab.H.. area.ai raw.- I let. Oh IWWI 111 docW If ot d doora aoitb f laaaaf It aala avoaaaj Q) . rftf. I O A of Loadaaa O A K I I M fl 11UFUM MM1TU, ( a. saviav roBaO uoaao it tando tompUto attBKaiaU for nCRBPIHa A FIRST ( LAbdBUARUlHQllOOlBHf TUB DA Y nwooa v aaa traat' luuai ia all alag o or la tulti, wlik a-wltbOBl board (K mvnin unn room a oa an aoora. a 030 tt rpABtiB ilOARD. TWMVTX OUbABHI Xtm rHOMTMa BYcafi "BiMfno-mooxM;' 4aVTBar)faUkaaa.tatwa Yotf aal a SOU tl al balf aad Walk alraaia. w&mmajsViJLga atr aa raaayiTaia aao, tor tao po moalb f aoplaMi Loit ntdFouni. BlW18p-L0T-A laULL DltKOK tit mar. la aatanT frona bit alara. Bl HoToathtttoot totkaki. JauaaUtUU Tkoflndtr wiu roootva ta rowar iia aau-xt 1 ORT.-wA.00w BEWABD, IIIataalleloailyrportdtkatDr B V PORDT," ariopa laao 1- u.w, aloaal bail. hriBaia b attaatl amai aal bi bopaibr attBtlTaBaaatobaalBaatomrlialIboral PL..LI.I f. ..!. a.. ... bar f pabll patroaag la fatnr. rwimiM no firmj n pitbbi BT7rS- ,Keal, Btare Agents; iIUST WARD 7 REAL EHTATB AUEHCY OF Al 98 rBBtylTaalaaTaaa,btwaTwaBty Art I aad Twaatf-aaeoad ttroala TOR IALB-Uoqi ai4 UoU or all all, al low or good t BOB. I ImciLCaott naninvavneH tBiBiawiana ... -.--t cl If Jabbi W, Walib CE038 WALSH, REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE .BROKERS, No. 3BT rtBiy W AVmw, I0EH B- AUEI805, 1113 AL K8TATD AOXSNT, Flnitlrttloail aad rniiylTAata aant, Capitol BUI CHOICE BOILDIRO LOTI, oa C-vpltol II1U for aala oa noatklr paynaata ilOOdlt AHb LOra laall paVtaof tht.Urfor alatad raaU f' lf Billiard NATIONAL BILLIARD Bet. Thirteenth & Foiirteenth itroeU, Oyer NutUBBlTlieBtre, Alw BiBttfjr Pbtlaa A Cdllttdtr. AllklaJg iibiiuar ntunaiiornio u iiiil tap? if PrurrUigrl loan i in ta uy aaa ia a nitufc "f eta aronad Bo. JT. 340 K Valwoa halrenala aa laaannlOB nwalmmm i. ba 1 wiilntTii riCTi in taPKRiaiaHt ' ii ' BfCRiTlaT Robuos rttumud-to Vi'mI loton Uu nit-It, from hit brlaf llilt to Cam den, New erey. BlQUTiiT Iim will. Itrtal tta mem- ben 6f the Scnlo Com,mIttee on. Foreign KeiMione tndor.tne IIovw committee on Foreign Affair, at dinner tA bin mldence tbU erenlog. Nitioiu. TnfiTit, Ltt clrM.tbe Na- llouil eru nftln nua4 with nrocMtlTe ndlence to wltneM Lucille Ytnltn't row- rfalnjlhrllllnflmperaeiiallon ofiLetta. Tbe Inurmt wm preeerrod uroagb tbo eo tlre piece, uj Mlu Weetw uted wtth'enn morn then ber nccnitomed force. The pUj will be repented to-nlrht. jiU 't Tni OOMMJisioiia or Zjmnnir. Kar on b4 afflrmed the declilim that Wbea "bluere," neornle4 'aa medicinal annte. are aold In orlclnal aftknffn,nndth0ii re tailed laimnllerijiefka(eaor boulu, enehl BUmpM AcrtrDc''i(tiifitolrtmfcDUof the law. ' Bomb Tiwg itvcB Bapenldor Drniimond, of Iowa, tfatectad coonterfclt tobacco ttampg onbozMof tobacco iblpadopayepfort, Iowa. It was iiupeciaA at (his lima thai counterfeit itampa war'vMaff extonilrely ttaad on tba ihlptnaotal of tobaooo tnada to tba Tarrltorlta, and a Jatial J ut Fooal red, bj CommLuloDcr Dotano ftota tha asteaior ai Tanktoo, DahOtaala ymerr marm Ule loaplcloiL SaparrUor' Perry of KorU Carolina, lo wportdUidetkltotiof forty and fifty p6nnd itampt In that dlitrlct. BUpakara aatatAtif totrMathatoBhlpj mo dm au uo untiiau BOBraw ' Trr PRCoalTiOTi or tba halt ottha Eteca tlTe Manilonwat antraited to Mr. nbTbert ScbwUer, whoao Xame aa a daeorattre patotar had been well aitablUhed, Aad yeaterday tha tKattttfal deiftf) vat completed by the addi tion of a medallion of tha lata Pretldeot Lincoln to tha wall on tha1 watt end of the hall, the counterpart of which, a lymbollcal palatine of " Liberty," adoroe tha calling at thti end of the room On tha oppoeltewall la fif axa,oIklla toadallton of WJuhlnfton, orer which there 1 another beautiful deelgn of "Union," compleuns the Ideal of the artlat la that memorable paataffe firom Web eter'e epeech, "Liberty And Union, now pod forerer one and lneeparable." Tni SAitaia'suHD'a Cobcrrt- To-nlgbt lha Wutlniloa SMoffcrband wlllcUe a grand conceit at Lincoln Uall for the bene fit of tho poor or tola cltr. The Bnod will be aaaUtad by pie bet- yoc4 and tailrn mental talent U our mldtt, a&t) the eotlre direction will be In the haodi of that accom pllthed and able coudnctor, Frofeaaor Carl Rlchter. Tho programme will embrace the cholout mnilcal eelectiont, and wll be re plete with genu of melody from the work of the moat eminent compotera. ,We heartily commend tha noble and gen erone action of thle eoclety. In their char itable morement, and elncerely trait they will be greeted with a crowded home. KOMIHATIOVk BTBB PUMlOaT.-Tbe President eent tne following comlnatloni to the Senate yesterday Second Lieutenant DayldO. Swalnato be Judge AdrocatoTJ 8. A., with the rank of Major. Chart ea A. Tweed, of California, to be Aiioclkte Jog lice for the Territory of few Mexico. Mablon Chance to be Counsnl at Name, N. B. Edgar Stanton, of IHlncJt. to be U. S. Consul at Brlitol, England. JUbert Qmu, of Norway, to,bo U 8. Coniul at Betted; ' "" FoiUnaAtere--A. K. 'flwaine, Bellowa TalU,Yt.I.ofuaC. Wood, Canton, Maas.t Wra. U. Ollbert, Chkopce FaUi, MaaajF. B. rennlman, Uooeedete, Pa.) William L. Dlrlna, aoahtn, tad.J B. K. Brnab, Elkhart, iod. Ahoko otkbb btiobxcbs recelred by eWry mallateamer of lata, of acbanjreof freafln England on tha Alabami queitloo. It a, pamphlet pnbtUhed at London, br, Frederick MllneiEdge,a JonrnalUt who was In this conntry during tba wr. HeUkatheecr not ground that ah great moraVluaa bu alnca rrowa upon and now domlnaiee the money grletance.M aiii 'In tte nature of tnings toe utter nnst BATa ta precedence to the former, and can only ba aeUled iflcr the higher order V decided.' To kaiUlntbJg pMUloOfKrlCdgptquoLea, ftoan aJ-tUrad. dressed to him by the lata Mf, Oobdeo. dated January, mi r wWck', arter ipeaklng of aa prlTAlecrsAitUtti'UtdV'i took OTjrjoptrtunJ(fimpiWisgontboie In power my raar tkaf the demand for In demnity would coatejis'a war, or a great humiliation1. I donotksahow one or the other is to be arolded.' Tile 'money amonnl of the captured' the rfi4alleai part of the ratura penalty we snait bbto to pay.' T i, I ,. A FEW .SATV.eiRCB A. dispatch. WAI T0- cetred from M J. Leamtng," the assessor of tb nnh Mlsaoun dutrlct, detailing Iho dr. cumsuneea of the ueaallnatoq of Deputy Marsha. Moses, In Camden-coonty,UUsoarl. AppUoAtUa waa made for authority to ferret out tha BAiaisln, Felix Whltworth, wtyJUi, KnK tftt tUftij diiuaer the Deputy Martha! vaa In search of a the Umo the fatal Atot was 0;ed. As the Oommusloner of Internal Iwrenuc did not feel authorised to Interfere with tha affairs ofthe Attorney Geaecal'e offloe, tho ease was re ferred to AuUUnl Attorney Oenerat Field, bat upoa examination It was foqnd there waano authority for tha Attorney General offering a reward for the arrest of Whltworth. Particulars since ttceliMtowttut Deputy Marshal Moaos waaaaalstleg the assistant as sessor In suppressing frauds, and, Commls stoner Delano Trrtll at once offer a suitable re ward for the arrest of the parfraccused It Is also stated lhat tha county officers hare taken no Interest In the apprehension of WMtwortb and tba- Oorerament i ap pealed fofauthlrity'to'enCorC(i udVere nne laws.as the revvaue officers hare already bean threatened with violence ! M H la- Tns Joiht CoinrtTTBR oif trbLidbabt Is now ooulderlag a proposition to puis. chase a work of art of rato Talue, It being an original portrait or Lord Baltimore by Sir Godfrey Kneller, and which, was pre sented to the city o( Annapolis by Queen Anne ai a recognition ot the compHraeit of naming that city after her. Many yean since this painting Vaa Much1 dapiVged hyl lightning, wblob stnrck UB btate uoase a( Annapolis, after which It was stored.waway among old lumber. More than half a cen ter 7 ago Maryland contracted with the artist Franklin Feale, then in Ua prlmer to paint the portraits of ilx of her K OoTsraors, at a cost of 13,000 each, bet the finances of me State not being In a condition to Justify the na.ment of the money, Peale agreed to take In full compensation the damaged portrait of Lord Baltimore, which he at once proceeaea tonpelrandputlu order, even to It mag nlfieentlr carted frame. This painting Is nowtnthaposeesslonofaton of Feale, In Fhlladelphia. but Will, no doubt, toon grace the Capitol of the uatlon, as U U uaileritood twwnvf I . J4- f V " T . HZ, ihit'lfekale ovrcirullai'io.OOO:' nftliis a'Xi.tl ' .'---I.'. l.' if1. the ftta te'of Maryland -shonldlri the fafeafi lime step In and lecdre this portrait of hen great founder. Mb. McFbrrion. clerk of tha House of RnriflSntaUra. la aiuviir ta a raatlntlAn ut the Home of RepresentatlTee yesterday, re-( ported the amount of money expended from the contingent food sine the beginning of the Forty-fint Congress. Tha total amount expended was $07,007. Among the Items are the following! Committee 00 Klectrave, lOnSOOt CeoioJ,IJ,000 Judiciary, (Buslcdi case,) 5,000 1 Way and Mean, 1 3.000 1 Foreign Aflklrt. 13,0001 ! committee on eomaaree and iiarlgatlon, $s,000 six claim ant bf seats from Georgia, $800 each, I4800 tbrei contestants from Louisiana, $7,S00 nan. Nf 0. Ofdway, aergeant-at-arms, for fees, W,6W.T8. Tha other Item ara for In cldenlaUipeases. Tab NATiOBoiL Ci-iaTBaa. Attornsr general Iloar Jia reeeotlyglTea a decision t wuen Baa ceased consIdeTaM oommeot, especially by those who eerred, la tha Uatoa army, wbua he gate hi oplolon that an . act of Congress "provide for taking and holding tha National eemeterles without the consent of the owner," he doe not " suppose that It was the Intention of Congress that the owner should be deprived of hie land without compensation, because the consent ofthe Legislature ofthe Btate might not be given to ho appropriation of the land to pnblla use by tba national authority." He further adrlsee that the consent and cession of Jurlsdlcttoa ba requested of theroapoct Ire State Legislature a soon a practicable, the proceremcnl of which would make the act of February 23, 1867, operative. The Idea that the consent of a rebel sympathizing Legislature must bo asked that the bones of our martyr heroea may rest undisturbed Is not acceptable, eipcclally as It Is suggestive to theso uurepenUnt bodies to refuse that consent, and have the flags that now wave over those cemeteries pulled down. The subject will be looked Into, and If the exist ing leguietlon for the protection of the cemeteries Is not enough, It will be per fected. Decision irtkbCasboftiis Miacnivr-. National Bamc of WAimiraTO!. J. C. Kennedy, receiver of this bank, brought suit In the circuit court for the district of Mary land, to make the stockholders liable for the debts of the bank. Its assets and credits being Insufficient for that purpose. The suit was brought, In his own name, as receiver, and did not join as defendants only such parties as were residents of the district la which the salt was brought) and the object of tho suit waa to recover of the defendants the amount of the par value of the capital stock held by them. Demurrer was Inter posed, the defendants asierttog that the cred ltore In whoio Interest tbo action was brought should be named, and that tho ac- trmrahonld hare been brought by the au thority of the Comptroller of the Currency, under the statute) also, that as the amount eought to be recovered wae equal to the whole amount of the capital stock, the ac tion should hare been at law, end not a suit in canity. The court below sustained the demurrer ana aumtssea tne bin. On being heard by this court, It was now held, Mr. Justice Swayno delivering the opinion, that the action was properly brought In the name of the recelrer, bnt It should have been averred that It was brought under the dlrec lion and control of the Comptroller. For this defect Inthodecaret!onf-tue demurrer should be sustained, aad the judgment affirmed. In other respects the receiver was sustained. ' Tub Fowbr of Coborrs to Tax tub State Basks Out of Exiitrncs Affirmed The Chief Justice del Ire rod tho opinion of the Supreme Court of the Unite. I State yes terday In k the case jof the Veaslf Dank against Jeremiah Fen no, collector, which Involved the question of the power of the General Government to tax the circulating issais of Stale banks. After an examina tion of the general power to tax under the Constitution and laws, and a review of the decisions bearing upon the question, the Couxtcomea to the conclusion that the tax In this case Is not laid upon the frauchlso of the bank grantod by the State, bnt upon the note Issued by It as contract of the bank with the bolden thereof, the same as upon freight receipts, bill of lading, and pesen- ger ticket Issued by railroad companies passing into the hand of ,the publlei and It I said that' H cannot be questioned, that theso contracts of the railroad companies are objects of taxation within the powers of Congreu, and not exempted by any relation to the State 'whteh granted the charter of the roads. II I difficult to distinguish, say the Court, the taxation of the note Issued by the banks for circulation from the taxa tion of tbeW rail road contracts. Both de scription of contract are means of profit to the corporation which Issue them, and both are properly made contributory to the publlo expense Tha point made that the tax In thle case 1 exceeilte, and to such an extent a to In dicate a disposition on the part of Congress to tax these bank out of existence. Is said not to bo within the Jurisdiction of the court to remedy The responsibility for such legislation Is to the people, and cannot be made A sublect of Inaalrvbrtha ludlclarv. Having, say the court, In the exercise of unuouoiea couiuiuuonai power, unacriaKeu to provide a currency for the whole countrv. tt cannot be questioned that Conzress may constitutionally eocura the benefit of it to the people by appropriate legislation. To this end Congress bas denied the quality of legenenaer to loreiga coins, ana lias pro vided by taw against the Imposition of conn terfelt or base coin on the community. To tbe same end Congress may discourage by gnltable enactment! the circulation as money ol any notes not Issued under its own an tuoniy. n noons fois power, indeed, its attempt tq secure a sound and uniform currency for tbe country must be futile. Viewed In this light as well as In the other light, of a duty on contracts or property, we cannot donbt, say the court, tho consti tutionality of the tax under conalde ration. TUo questions certified up from the circuit court lor too uiainct 01 aiame aro me re lore answered la the affirmative. Mr. Justice Nelson dissented and read an opinion, which was concurred In by Mr. J nailer PaTis( In wWch, alter noting the ieebtuaBtBni wcrt ivur outa uautvo to ex Istence at the time of the adoption of tbe Federal Constitution, It Is held that ttls competent for tbe States to charter and es tablish State banks, and asserted that this view has been three times distinctly affirmed by thle court. It U then said tat the bill or note Is sued bf Btato banks and Putin circulation. .nstead of being property of the banks issuing mem, are in lact out tneir inaeoiea ness, and as such they are not liable to tbe tax, 1 Imposed. Tbe General Government cannot tax the frauchlso nor tbe Indebted nets of these Institution. Tbe view Is taken that this tax upon the Issues of the banks la question Is an unjustifiable attempt to crush theraout of existence. THBExrEsBEior tub GoyerVj-sxt Ei- Tl HAIRS FOR TUB NRXT FflOAJ. YrAB. Secretary Boutwell hae Just prepared his es timate for appropriation to meet all ex penses ofthe Govern meat for the fiscal year eadlog Jane 30. 1871, which are as follows Legislative Department, 5,M9,9M2Si Ex eUCKiaiamo evcj-aiwuicu., i-,inr,w . . scutlreproper,f30,H0jDepartmentofState, f l.n.at j areasury iiepartmnii, f iqiiu,- ft 1'.' T..... T, . a -i ITT Tblf Interior Department, 139,0.3,130 SW yr avuioMiiuBii, jj,u.aJ.vvL.0V hbvt Are) partment, 1244.1 ,7617 Agricultural De-I panmeni, eaf.uwi roat uiuce impairment, 3(M84,7o4 81i Judicial Department. 1373.4 000, GnndtoUl.l331.00T.StS.03. The aDDroDrlatloni last Tear, vert 1281 .J JIKOAHAl K.ln. tlfj KM K-IY Ii. !,.-' 1 1, J "wuti nrw.ufc B-wr.w,me two aoau awi asumaiea ror ine enswofrryear. tiir? Tbeeetlmatee for thae MI terr.ee krel33. 791,083.40. being an etrtts orer the appro ra0Boflutyaro(il,73931 00. Thae. Umatea for the mlllUry service ara 9&Mh V47.T5, being aaexcaea orer tha Atrproptla Uotfof UrtTayofil.lSl.S5a.l7iSTbeeU- Tnattea for tha naval aerrlne era B24.SB9.. B4i-9f oeingBuaxoeeaover tne appropna UoaotLlUyearof 49.372,031 37. Tha e-vU-l aaaM ror laatao avain an .9oi.i being an excess orer the appropriation ofj last year of 12,13,331 38 The estimates ror pension an E30,4iw,OW, being an exoess over ana appropriation 01 last year or Ell M&0O0V The cetlntktes for mbllfl works are $31,035,173 55, being aa excess trrer the ern KpliaUoaof last yeAr.of 119,132.1 Hi.1 a aaUmatea for mlsceilanaoas axpendlturae sue $5,58107 83, belag aa exeeae over the riow4AlljM K.t mmt . tt Wl Wkfl T mt I The estimates for postal service are 33,00S,-I i-s di, oeing bo excess over to Appropria tion of last year of $7,730,07Lai. The astl tnate for permanent appropriation are is,Tiv,u, neing Bt,m9,noi lei tnan tue ypropriauon oi uut year. ATTIlfFTRD STAUPBDX FBOM TOR WRR- nocsR. On tbe 4th iliy of April last a! young man named Newton- was committed to the work bouse, and on tbe same bight be, with cuban. eucceeded In effecting their escape from a fourth story window by means of blankets, which they tor Into strips and knotted together. On Saturday last Newton waa again committed 19 the work-house on the charge of being a suspicious person, a quantity of stolen copper having been found I In bl possession. As soon aa he was Inear cented he entered Into a conspiracy with other persons, and an elopement, wa planned, the detail of which were that aj soon aa the prlsonen weweondacted. to the basement story for breakfast yesterday morn ing, a window on the west side of the build ing wa to be forced, and a general stampede, to D made. Tha lalandant of tbe aaylmn. however, entertained euspiclon In regard to Newton, and caused himself secretly to bo locked up with the prlsonen on Saturday evening, and thus nude himself muter of the detail of the conspiracy, but quietly al lowed It to be developed, and Newton was caught In the act of attempting to remove tbe obstructions from tbe window and Dlaced In solitary confinement, when he, with hi accomplices, wui aoaoueaa remain nmu tne exptntion of their several terms of sentence. If theee conspirators had succeeded In direct ing thelt escape, between sixty and seventy petty thieves, vagrants and vagabonds would have bean let loose upon our citizens, and great credit le due the Intendant of the asylum for the prompt and efficient manner in wnicn tne piot wa discovered ana frus trated. LtTRRAnr Ertrrtainmxrt. The Irving Literary Association held it regular enter tainment at tbe Council chamber on Friday evening. Captain J. 8. Mannlntr. after maklne some very pleating and fittfog reraarke wpon tbe snecees of tbe association, read an essay upon "Capital Punishment," In which he displayed some very convincing arguments. The subject of providing laws by which children would be required to attend school was then debated by Messn. Lockwood, Fox, Pcrhato, Bell, Hanley and Brown, and tbe discussion was well sustained by good speeches on both sides. Mr. Hanley read an essay upon "Irish Bulls i1' also, recited that beautiful poem "Shamus O'Brien," and was vociferously applauded. Mr. Uadley read an essay upon tho "Old Year and the New." T A rery flue audience of lade and gentle men waa lo attoadanee, aod ibey frequently maalieati their appreciation of the exer cises by applauding the speakers. The Council chamber has recently been newly carpeted and fitted up, making a Tery cheerful and soluble place for these popa Ur entertainments. aw Televrpblfi Bummirj. Parlumktt reassemble? on the 10th of January. A bill will be ImmedUtely Intro duced by the Government empowering It to suspend tbe writ of hebee corpus. A srsciiL cable dispatch to tha ITtralS sayst " The proposition In favor of the occu pation of Rome by the French met wltb se rious opposition." TataR la great rejoicing In Madrid orer the news received here by the AUantic cable from New York, of the unconditional re tease of the Spanish gunboat In course of construction there , A dot named McOorernor wa terribly beaten and eubbed at 'Wteellsgi Ta ,on Saturday ultht by two rofflAD named Ger vlnes and lllck. The boy was left oa a cellar door almost lifelea. No causa is as signed for tbe outrage. A IIoutox, Texas, special iayn Returns from 87 counties bavo bean received, and Hamilton' majority in 4ft conotle la t),Q70, aod Davis majority In 43 eoautlcs Is 1S,3. Davis Is 8,973 ahead, and 40 counties are to hear from. Registered whites, 10,4S1 col ored, 9,233. Davi lead the colored iegl tered rot one sixth. The LegUUture now sUndst Conservative Senate, 13j Honse, 41. KadleaL8cuate,.12i (oua, SI. The entire Radical Bute ticket, except Governor, 1 elected. Hamilton's friends claim hi election by 2,000 majority, Armstrong end Conner, Conserratlves, are believed to be elected to Copar,esti Tni regular mall eteamer between Lisbon and Rio JAnelro arrived from the latter city resterdar. brldfflnz date lo tha 23d of No rember. The war news Is vary Important. The allied army under d'Eu had moved npoa and captured, one after another. Pa gnat y, Cutognattr.and other strongholds of the Par aguayans,kllllng, wounding aud taking prls onen nearly 400 of lha enemy, aad captur ing a large amount of war. maUrtml. Orer 900 families bare been restored to their liber ties and homes br theso actions. At last accounU the allies were marching oa Ia.ua terny, tne last outpost oi rresiaont .uopea. European Raws. Tbo London Tunei of Saturday he n Ar ticle condemning tbe Orange orEanlxatloo. saying "that they answer no end but lo perpetuate the Idea of two raeea the con ouerore and conquered. Statesman should discourage and discountenance- these organ ization s.T The Spietatorhkt an editorial to-day on tbe American affairs. The writer says "lhat Proaldent Grant's Drocramme as announced In his me sago to Congress of peace, re trenchment, recooat ruction, and honesty, must enhance the position of the United SUtes a a nation Her way of paying her debt wa the last to be quarreled with." February the etn ba been sxea upon as the day for tho reassembling of Parliament. Senor Mlrafloras.tbe Intendant of ex-Queen Isabella of 8 pain, has published an emphatic denial of the often repeated story that tho Queen had taken a crown of diamond on ber retirement from Madrid. The Spanish Cortes on Saturday rejected tbe bill of tb regency for Indemnifying exiles under tbe monarchy. Tha Cortes also voted unanimously for tbo restoration of the constitutional guarantees. Fears are entertained of the breaking out of a revolution in various point In Portugal. i ne autnoriues are rery acure. Severe! banken of 81. Petersburg hare recently failed! but 'their names, for some unexplained reason, hare bceu withheld from the public. Tho report from tho KnglUh Admiralty office eays that for a distance of seventy five miles tho Sao canal Is subject to sand-drifts, reducing the depth, aud thick fogs bewilder ing the pliou. Tho session of tho Ecumenical Council bas been adjourned until after the Epiphany. Much oppoilUoa U expected on tha reai- sembllng, but bis Holiness Is said to be sure of cooperation by the American bishops to the LTmi;arcrouTcTbaUuUf:.Uo ' The building at Berry', ship yard at WW la an inopportune question from a religious I mlnglon were destroyed by fire yesterday, view, and politically places France otherwlie Loss 118,000. than assenting to the Coucordat, and re leases ber from the obligation there ac cepted. IxroRUATioK Is recelred that matters are now so arranged with reference to tbe Lcgls lature In South Carolina that Gor. Scott ,, ,....., . w- con- hereat United StatesBcnator ' irou tua. nine. THE NEWS BY CABLES C1EOKUE FF.ABODYfl MEBKAIlfS. Stecepwidm em noard the Koaarsh IiitNitlsi DneBrBUa.8 Ad elrwm r Blloilater Rttlr-Captaln Coemrll'a Hepiv, .LojrDOK. Dee. 13-The recertton of tha remain tf the lata George Feabody on ooara wa aeonana took place oa Satur- fay, Althcnga h wu InUnded that the larocaadlDC should b privately conducted they were attended by an Interesting demon. atratloa of respect Tha remain were ac- 'companladtotho place of embarkation by Sir Curt! Sampeoo, Charles Reade.MIn.ater f otley, J. 8. Maaoa And, II. Somcrby. They wer received by the municipal authorities of Pofismouth, and the officer and car la e ofthe Monarch and of tbo United Bute skamsr Plymoatfu Her Majesty steamer Duke of WeWogtoo fired minute guns. Daring the embarkation the ship In the brbor displayed their fleg al half toast and dipped their ensigns a tha Monarch stemmed out. On the arrival of the coffin on board, Minister Motley addressed Mr. Commerell, commander of the Monarch, a follows 1 MS!RiTbe Preildset tt the United Stattt, loformtd or ta death or tbe rrestphltsetbro- Sltr, tbetfaotd Mr. Ptabody, at onoa or ered a ah to front tbe LdrooiaB aaaadron of ?be Ueltd States to prooeed to tbfa country eorder to eeovey Ins rtmtlns to Amcrlea Slmultaeeeutly tb (tueea, apprised of tbe gad rBt,Cftvordra1bft on of Hor Msjetty1 ahlpt be appointed to perform tha game one This deubl honor front the heada of two treat nation to tbe atmpt Amerlaan eltlivo was, Ilk hla bouoty to the poor of both oat loot, trait uanredBtd "Tb Pretidtot hag Fielded most cordially to the with ef the Uueo,aad tbe rsnale of jar r.iBOorara now io om CODTOTOq aeroiB the Atlantl la tb Drltlah vaaaal In hla natlvo eeaetrj, to be burl ej with his kindred, while miAHiiitiHTfmi win accompany nor aa ft ontnrt oa harvevac All that was artal( thrfore, of hr iatnntd frland was taken thle in oral or f rem Wvatmloater Abbey, whtr very rarely before In hlttory did a forlffnr of aay aatloo And sepulture, whether temporary orptrmtnntIr, and hat beta brouxbt 10 thle port "As a mlaltUr ef the Republic at the Court ofhr Majtty, I bare bo reaattd by th nlstlros andexeeutor of Mr. Paabody, who ar now prtent, to confide tbse hla revered rcmalot to your kp1a This duty I hav now th hoeer of fulfllllDf " Capu Commerell replied t "Mr. Motley, I aptthleard trust, lr, la tb tpUlt la whlh yon have eoaflded It to my ear, and I aaaur you thtt roraatot tkall be eared aad Koanlcd by m and thoi aronad tne with Jaalont lntrat as saorcd rlltt ofon whoa taauory will aver b htld dr by th people of my country " AVRTB1A. peach ( tba Kawparar Upon the) OpenlnvTSki) Belcbaratlt Vixka, Dec. 13. The Emperor Francis Joseph opened the Relchsrath to-day with a speech from the throne. lie favored con ciliatory cour la aeallng with the Dalma- tlou insurrection, dwelt upon tbe peaceful appearance of European affairs with satis faction, and decided that tbe Austrian Em pire was In excellent relations with foreign powers, even on points which had momen Urily caused some trouble. Referring to internal affair, tbe Emperor announced that important concessions were to be made to different nationalities. Modifications of the constitution would be neces sary, but must be made- In accord auco with its spirit. lie closed by premising that the autonomy of .ho provinces would be respected as long as It was compatible with the peace and unity of tbe Empire. PORTVUAL. ValltlcalARltBtlon-TUraaCenedOat brkTtoXlaltrr Momentarily Kmpeet. t HlRn, Fimts, Dec. 18 Dispatches from Lisbon report that much political aglutlon exists In Portugal. A mlllUry morement has been commenced by tbe Duke of Saldosua, which I assuming large and threatening propor tions. Tne oreaen between the King aad and Duke 1 dally widening. Th resignation of the present ministry Is momsnUrlly expected. A coon as It Ukea place the King' will appoint another and re sist tha Influence of Duke SaldoeuA. pisordcn are reported la Oporto. Tb Ken met leal Cma.e!l Ron, Dec. 18 The Council meeU to morrow tlmply to attend to the deUlls of Its organization The Committee on Faith, Discipline, Orders, and nasteni AOaln are to be formed. These committees will com prise in all eighty six member, to b ap pointed by a rote of the Council. The offi cial list of person entitled to attend the Ceuoclt I published. It contain the name of fifty-fir cardinals, eleren patriarchs, nine hundred and twenty-ercn, archbish ops, blahop and abbots, twenty-two united abboU, and twenty ntne generals of religious ordtr. Laleet Telrarrapbl Ilrerltlee. The Howlaod will case at New Bedford, Mass., I about to be settled after four yean of litigation. Tha suit of Mrs. Hetty 11. Green will be dismissed and a compromise will bo effected a to costs. Miss Mattlo Iprin and Herman Cochran broke through tho ice while skating at Ches ter, Fa., on Saturday, and were drowned. None of the Spanish gunboat ham yet left New Tork. It; U tuted eighteen, of them will sail o vredueeday. Tlio New Tork supremo court has con firmed the eentence of death against John Real, the murderer of .'ollcemau Smedlck. Two New York policemen named Remseu and Hannegan, are charged with robbing a man of liOO In Brooklyn, on tbe Olh Inst. Major Shurtleff was yesterday re-elected mayor of Boston by 6,500 majority. Tho Legislature 1 largely Republican. Tbe Burllngame treaty between Chtua aul Great Brlulu has been ratified by the Chlneso Gorsmmeute The trial of Orerend, Gurncy A. Co. com tne need In London yesterday A fire on Main street, Boston, yesterday, damasred the stCwk aud building of P. C Ahem, dry good dealer, to tbe amount or tSOOOO. The Judiciary Committee of tho Alabama Houso of Repracotatlrcs has been Instructed .rrf. hill aboiiahlniT all lotteries. The Alabama Loclslaturo bas been la sci- ilon th'rtr dare at an expense of orer MO,- 000, and only eight bill hare been sent to the Gorernor for approval. George W. Harris, known a "But Lorcu good," a humorous writer, died near Knox rllle, Tenueaseo, yesterday. Tho Tennessee Senate has repealed tbo law organizing a Btato guard. Thomas L. White, Edward Heaty and Tboane Bronnlug were arraigned la Boston J,WWft' S . .'Tm '-"" guilty." White la he'd for ehootiog tbe wife of Dr. Hobbs, aud tho other two are hoU for kUUng their own wires. yesterday for murder, and oach pleaded "not Jont Rt,siu. Youxa, esq , late mauag lng editor of tbe Hew York TYibioir, has been tendered a position aa editor la cb irgc nf a. Rtu.foal tvimt In Mnnlromerv. Ala wiits th aaiarvcif Bin onn. And b flKbtlng editor thrown la a a protects the Uttci receive 13,000 salary 10,15. HEAVY BWIXDUIV, On Themeawd Delias1 Bada At.f4 tQ10,wOOtr a Broad Rtrt rirni- Tb Far tie AbeBd-nWB3,004 H wara vnor. y tb Rtvela Ei ehaav. New YOBEKDcmbr 13-Tbe Commercial say there wa considerable excltetneat tot day orer thi discovery that a large amount of United BUtes bond had beev alters- from thousands to ten thousands. The flri Implicated Is W. E. Grey A Ca, No. 4 Broad street. They bought out tba alegao suit of office formerly occupied by Stebbln vo. Tbe firm oooalstad of Wm. E. Gra and 1. 11. prut. Grey cam originally from Wa.Mnttoe, and wae at one Urn cashier or the emwat firm of Morgannd A Dim mock. Pratt's auueedeuU an un known. Ho, I tb party who wchased the 11,000 bonds which were inbeeqatwa n tered to 110,000 bond. ThecaplUlof ttdi firm I reported to ba entirely of Govern ment and SUte bonds. On Friday night they are reported t have had soma fifteen, thousand dollar la banv! and one hundred thousand dollars In bonds on hand. They were supposed tobodplof flourishing business. The money recotrci for these securities they ara opposed ti bare Inretted largely In tbe stock of tbi QuarU Hill Mining Company. Thelr-aflc was the headquarters of operation la this stock, and they were aold to have a pool 1 It which wa to have made money for all concerned. Neither Gray nor Pratt hAVf been seen since Saturday., Tho 8toekExi change offered 15,000 for the apprehension! ofthe parties. SICORD DISPATCH ORE OF TUB ACCUSED TBB 0 OF A WABHIHaTOK CLBROTMAH. Neiv Tork, Dec. 13. Gray, who 1 lmplt-j cated ta tha alteration of tha Bute bounty bonds, 1 a son of tho late chaplain of tho United SUte Senate. It Is believed tb'i these fraud will amount to between 3QO,000 and 1400,000. CAUFORSIA. Tronhl Ansa lb Raperrlevr A nierrarat riRbt raraaaiion of Vidian CoaamUl A4ratd-l ILectalatlT Pereeatla ar tbe) b . T 8a FrahcibCo, Dec. 13. The first meet lng or tbe new board of supervisor de veloped the fact that a ring existed as strong as ever, the members of which, after a stormy session, succeeded Ia securing all the principal committee. oa Saturday night supervisors Cameroq and McCarthy met at tbe QccldeaUA wewnj when the forme caneo. ina uuur to account for Unguage used In the session of the board of supervisors. The matter ended la a dis graceful fight, la wblch Ctmeron wu con siderably Injured. A portion of the city pre urge the for matioa of a vigilance committee as the only means of breaking up tbo political tings. Tho MUx CaTiv-ratd sayst "We are fast fall lng back towards 1850. Any attempt of the Legislature (If made In good faith) to reor ganize our local government will be hailed with satisfaction." A bill ba been introduced la the Leglsta tun entitled, "An act to esubllsh and main tain a police force for tha protection and regulation of eoclety amoug the Moo;olIan residents of this State, and prevent coolie slavery in California." Tbe bill entails an annual expense of f$00,000, to bo collected from tho Chinese, and Is pronounced a scheme for robbery and persecution, and doomed unconstitutional. MAR O NIC. Hatoa r tb Virslala Gra ad Lw-ac Tb ttaastt) aff Clrdl lrd;e. Ricuuohd, December 13. The Grand 1 Lodueof Masons commenced lU session to- night. Two fenndred .nJ eleren rtprc.cnta tire are present from two hundred and thirty -three Lodges, and commissioners from I West Virginia, Lou titan aud Ireland. The question of admitting Lodge com posed exclusively of colored alleged masons, under tho Jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Virginia, wiU.be reconsidered at thla ses sion. Railroad HMtera. Boston, December 13. The Interest on the first mortgage bond of the Union Pacific railroad, due January 1, will bo payable, In gold at th office In thU city on and afysr that date. Colchbli, Omo, Doc 13 The comniU-1 loner of railroad of Ohio to-day reeehrod tha complete doing of the Atlantic and Great Western Railroad Company for the year ending June w, leo'j. ma earning rO i,Ua7ajWI lI.UU, UBVB fVil-Jary 308. TU tan tl.ftSHMS. Nksaviixav December 13. Tbo Cincinnati! Southern railroad bill wa Uken up In the House to-day, and a number of amendment designed to defeat It roted down. Had a rote been taken to-day the bill would hare passed ThWllloribeLat4irBIeabodr. Nbw Tore, December 13. A cable spe cial to the JftrdlX from London say Ur. Peabody'a will I not yet probated. The contenU are substantially as follow tt Of property In England, under 400,000, he giro 3,000 to eacu or his executor, 130. 000 to tbe London charity, payable In three years, and a fw charities to Individuals The balauce Is divided among hi relations. In America, Qeorko Pea body Ruaacll and two other nephews are made residuary lega tees, and are empowered to settle all prop erty In America, which Is estimated at be tween 1730,000 aud $1,000,000. Teuueaaee Affair. NAsimtiai, Dec. 13 Mr. Fletcher, Sec rcUry of Bute, reported to tbo House to-day that since the 7th ho had Issued State bonds to railroads as follow si Tennessoo and Pa cific, (333,000, home raltroads, 110,000, Southwestern, 31,000 A bill passed tbo House to-day, oa a fourth reading, to pro- tect the credit of tho State. It provides for tho Issuance of bonds to pay the Interest i now duo aud accruing on tho first of January, 1570, aud giving laid boud priority of payment. It also provldea for tho navment lu Dart of the State Ux In note I ... ; .... -. u. tuv ".". ..ww. rroBuectlns fr ManofaetarluK Hit Bt. Loli, Dec. 18 Apattyoftwcuty-alx gentlemen aud flvo ladlea from Massachu setts hare arrlvod here, en route for Jerome, on tbo South raolflc railroad, to ascertain the adantibllltT of that place for manufac turing purposes. Tbey Intend to erect large " "a a wmIcu nilll-, and to bring a IIr And woolen mm ;. caplullo MU',ur . '. ,, VvnlL.i ftftj.nrtiu similar IntentUns are expected from tbo sumo SUid lu a few days To truRRTisRR t commence to-day tbe jublUatlon of our annual holiday no- tkes ilutloets men who want to avail I themselves of the advantage of our large ' and Increasing circulation must send In their adverlifteinsuU early lo order tbat tbey mav receive Proper notice and attention to 0ivU the time that purchasers are looking for good aud wares of all descriptions rODt1tBE6jlTK.tiXDlCt.10 (laaaari lianM.) ' v yr. j, atropA4CMX. 2ftMart on tt Tenth aal BJtntft t free-Ma Fawanrvlvantla a. - a4lafirilAal U n.aarlVan If ..rrtefc) aW t eattMf atoatk. lUltoLmnm9Mnm arm fori eatkit aid BlMfor thrtfc.lki, liTtrttbly advsiM . ... TOE "WEEKLY BBFTTBL.tuw iipabllahod tott Balardar moral a g. ad ta for. BlAdtaaaBffakUie41wla ruJ o oproeayoar, Rlitkro oopUa n jtmr. A, u opio oa yaar, ffli tttft ! la wrappra, a Oar TJallroadL Communication Tiiri mAyorm v iiu -tvh fa lb RiMTBLroAM yeatcrdsy wepnbllahed tb reedlar ieetlff ef tdtIjti.tbM oa Haturday a ft moon, aod w hav hereto fore referred to prv1ej etlaf. Thw aMi wtre erfag4 by ef our aa Croat I a eat eltlitnt, for th purpot. If Dftl I, ofdvllnc sen plea by wbub the dJffkr oei klatlf biwa tb Ualliaveiw aod Ohio Railroad Company aad th corporation, I rfrae loth Ri-adeef ttMtraak oftA WBblBtoa breach railroad, eould bttl4. Soma aurrjili haa boon oatiraaaad that the aad tbe followloc aorreapoadoae will rr to ahow Why h has not appeared On the rt day ot IHabr an lavllatlon waa exteBr- . fib fur nil not dt-B prwawn a v hlat aa follow tt 01a SnyUt Bo, kf ipor, A ; irailaof afawatiliBBotoUkal''. -f J iroap of H aad Firtooaih air Aa-Wri y'a. Uocotabor . at 1 orioc p qnoaitoaa at late Vtwt- -M oa eatarday. 10 contra or u waaklaatoa aad tk BaV a flow t '. aana ,I t..v! r.I: i-v ". ) .i Wm J rr.i,,, , iKluuHB, tSiz.".:". 1 ....t .01. w iw..i.. afalaa ar . .bMUt. L-J a r -praaaataUf. af Hn....iB.iniii.iHi paeaia. I. ..rtwara Katp.aa4. w.a ib.l Mr Uariau. a. n.iSS .T!K r....ik ..T.'r- -"-." 5.a ... Balilovira .a4 Ohl. Ballroa4 CaQaaar. 4aal4 1 araUetaaturaaulaJ, aaIwa.kn"liV?a.jrT.k a, ua 4ara, a.ball v. Ua eaoomlea ., Wai.. !ij!..piti??'4 .iafaraaaawlar.mu..4.r. CVS-mj"" miar.. una. uiar.pi iinmi 1 mm f mil. immraaaad w ikhttZLlk tS,Mm ,wUbiMiJnaJe 'Sli " e"i4 that daiy tot ". " -r-m BIVPIBBl 10 atiacoai oraao. daiy totboooT rl M aoBtar with no oa aay B-UrMaaotd aiio taoBaojot;., i win p giaaio a iDm, or aay ot Uai. at loth a Umo aa tball rail tholr oa-a-Ioboo Aad If Mr Oarrott.or tkoraprcMauUroof lk Balitavr and Ohio Railroad Ooepaap.ba aayproooaitloB fir a fall aad Iflaal MUUngoiof lb wkolo HAIIor I Will bm ramlta hi. t.J atl npoa It at one. Fraafcaaaa. boworor, Mai rot uo to a Ut io yon tkat aay sropoaal that do a mot anaam la Ika lArtuiHilnH mlt .. JTXJiiT trol Ik grad of lit ttroou aad a rlgkt to orapl ih railroad cianpaay, lf aoataaarr to fm iho track of tktlr road to tba local crado of Uo otroott It Uttrtotta. will aoyor bmoI ny approval t taa aattr toaaaat tkat a taUron-t w4 aad oairoll'd by poraoaa ta tbo lauroat ef a rltel aity f hall aaaata tbo powft p dtctat I wkat aball or tkall aot bo ooalldtrtd Ika J iradofittlreoia, to a aalret ita rod aa to proroai mo iraproTtiaoBi aaa oaiiaiag ap. of a largo porttoaoflkaBraa or Ibtcltr. or la aay wit rotoal tho iBtproTtiaoBl aad bolldlac ap of a Mr, or la aay f lha oorpotl V.f eim f am.. 4n Bt ikatlbo railroad coDipaay ahall nafc tu f ac tlroatt for Iko porpoao of making ap mint, aor aa room for oapty can aor la any war that ibtfreo bbo oi bbt Birooi or isau o in inoraay " IanandaalroaatbaTtBf lUadiaealty U4 aa aay oa caa poaalbly bttaUU, aal adamlt n laiponaoito Uo allT. 1 i ika ail, a f -M ' law aao Hll.a an .mmm . UtiaaiUM oatroflodby CoagrooaloBal action i - ia -o o aociao oy CaBarraenalo al irilMa. ikaa la oacdo to bbo railroad coi S lata laid dowa la ih forag lag rawBBiataaaol. Aad Iiiumiii lira popa J atl ia will i(.iv ihi railroad cotapaay aar of lb li.fexj Uiaioar ta Briar ana obi iha.an amrria la lit aBaCI ail tb la aball bo doD at oac bat a day aatt b aamrd bay whUb tb railroad ooaapaay will abaadiaall clalma laaovaroigaty wltbia to oily tltull and bof lira wklrh lha irnrl: at Ika nvi.J boll b chaagtd a at laooafora Io tb octabJIabed Br-un ui uw Biro-r-.w ni will irrM lallh ana ihnl mm mnil.it mm. If any aroto tako plat coacoralag thla aattar. maaaiB wriuortoayoidm arprsBia- Vory rotpoctrauy, yoer ooodioat rraat, a J. Bowia, Mayer Yeiterday moralnx Mattrt Pbllp, Lmary, md other of tb commute appointed by th Ulicot' mtctlnr wattd noon the Havor. and pretantedto him the retolatlen adopted on liiuru)! aou j'uvikucu ill aiirj naruoLiui if ycatontay CIimjo prtntatlon of that lu era Mr llovrea rurnlthed th committee with he follow! riEoiwri WliBlintna Rl. Tlu. 11 IflM fimlttm a tha Lo-tmltfrt f rmar"! 111! IIVI.IH.iaaiiri. VI flBlff & 1KB orpo tk a aad pxuploul WaabtnaUji. cumpal ma in xt apacifatly lo a tat that 1 caa not accspt ibo propo iliijn nlimltlal la Iho rOaotntloB trloDlad b ika naotiag of cltlioatat a b.alaof oaitlaattat of tho itdrnlliaa oaUltag botWMa iho Corporailoa of raaoiBCioa iiawt B4UiiB.oraa.iag. uaio aoiiroa Itmennml ma tri Haall ODIUIDT III IU IB roaoiaiioa prop bo io aanio aiy (ma inattloa at I a, and iBat bat part any. ror it annToa ibb akaai.oatv uviuiu m. iiaawne, .anvuaaaaenBB bo ao of tho track aa ft. laid dowa at tko dapol, wblob al Ihla polal ta tayaral foot bolow lb grad .I Nniili r.mnliul atraat.l aad aariblti lb biMudmr if lb etty,wliboel ooBodiag to tbo corporation j ,'AV,BmS".:3'.5S 'Mi.4 c..p.a, I boald broqairodltoaadibrlghlor inaeor- tr.raUoa to taa I a rami aad baraoamJ nroMrlr Ika auo a ia propony mi im aiuiaaat aaa ta 09m oy oaoaid ooivqairoa 10 pay me 11 hi a Tried In uv lha la Vaa Ihalh tccraad from 133 lo lb pro Mat tuna, which It aetr roraiaaioa 4 Tba logal right ofth tompaay to tea vara Ftrtl moot oa.ion aay oihtr tlrooi Uloa cUy wltnoat aay ejalderailoawkaieyrapp-Mratbnoaoodow y tba rtaelatloa of tk eoanliioa aoaoeaalo l whlah I can ntrr ylold libottr aaato-tpabli OOl prnnw loaam " at. ib city at all It 1 mold boa 1 pciprtr putbaaaa and r 4 fr by the iy, aad tbo otroau ahuald oaly bo atod (1 im auaaaan Li ar iaa Imam, aad tkalaa hr aaarlratrlgbtaaaUBaapiaaUtabU. ... letaaoTtr yIaldinyaaoatio.thBaf y itarlof Iferth Capitol alr -StJVffc01' IB IB UOTOrBiaoai priBiiBB -. i . 1" . ara4 npy elibar I lay e wk '. b eaaa. Aa bow aatd by th eotapaoy all travel barred oa ihatatrtelaalf " eai loaded, a-d rn.dB-i.rinf BroDortv bladlagaA a.arC lfrpafbLlewlhlaalomaVWvoT in w vuain .ac.l.Ar lagioa will dbataa thai ibeir rcpraoaautlTta tkall aotyialda jot or tlula of what I Eire ataiodata bail of aa 1 aa preUmlaary to, a idlanai ef lha whole affair Were I lo l pnlttod td aorett a plaa tkbt wa.nl J ba aiurantmhla In 1 km alter I arm a 1.4 ami. I mat If the fltltlnoreand Ohio Raiirua J Company would ai.r iu. .ur un iiinr Fiai.iii mbw. BiuainiiiMii a..k. aM IL ...T. aV. .a..a. aa I.. . Z. ' 1 ttllelr ad aertk i.mgi me aajtei io a poiat aorta or t meet amnm .v miirawfe VI m m.ivaja. IB lBIBrBBB(V aaii tan or r talerfer wUb vrtraia latereati aettled the Matropolltaa road caa bo education with the Haiti mor aad Ohio railroad -.tilde the city llialia aad both enter the city oaone llae.aoii Din It a naa of lha ninoa ilatval 1b regard to the other aaIatloa t rlulBBlUoorl of title 1 la irlcl.1 have oaly toaut that the oorporatloN adoraey aod hit aftoclatat hayet,Blrolof that matter, aad thai I eaaaot Bt hat my leli rfereacola called for la the prom lies Tu then le Un Ik reapoaalbljUy of actloa Without ay atiaioploa ur pari lo eoalrol or biaa their i -" I" raaiaoto tbo (! wkoB tke eaaoo .hall bo triad 1 leaool bowerer. . why lha railroad com paay ahjnll ao atroavently Utltt a potlpo turn nt al thla time, aor whr 11 .hnnlil anu ...b oaUtuoaiBaBl or Ika bbIIb naw netei -i trade tbe ettloa of oar coartt, eapetTatly aa tb EuiuiiaBT un uareioiuro iraaa so rtaiiT aaa Wll- tlJD. aedatherwltelopreveat the city froniet oatlng lit laws by aim ply opening )( itraalt oa Ih KadoorlglBally oaUblUbedl bor can.li why e ratlruad eouipaay. If Ita couraa baaboea legal iiaitoaTBii iiBoiror ib coin eoecreooy erdicllB tba eata to be tried obbqi tonavo ua ngma ib ii sar irinniai aaa 11 eliloa at tbe coorla may make wltbual a laurta.r Tb railroad tompaay tkoaia b U. fleludollkewUe , . .... I Diatl be permltieJ to stale that I bay been very uach disappointed at ihecoaraa or thlaga which Ihla matlar hat an.ained aiace lha tdaa of a PoatpoBeueat ft theao aalta wer ftrtt tabnltted to taa. 1 waa lad ( balleTO that lha BalUmor aad tibia Railroad Compear deelred ta aobmll propo ainoBB itir an amicaoio iiuuiuti.1 vi aaa dlfflenlly, and only atked a fewday' Umo forth roaaUaratloa f lbaprpMltla tby woal raak. OadrlbUlaprMloatB talttwet pet bf aad Kw, afior a lap ot werly two waeko. laiteed mi t eouipaay wakleg propuule, I Qni a cumm nee aaLla. wi. A aba .1.1 jam. I. II mlil.n . a- KIT Bel I ba aceepled, at the later ). wkltu or capr mo the Maar may dictate Tomrmlad leblar lato 1 ottw the tllaatloaof the . u - -i. lottwthi i woaia comport piibiwiibi""" .-, , "' .'":" ..7" '...:i : ,Kn:vaf:Vr,..::".Vi!-"n:.r.7w;iii... W.wS ia Tar'iati-.aieeBlealU.e. 11 I. aot reaialreJ. le order to niMiii;iqp,iii rbiiiti rrrrd to aball be made mimediatelr Si.-V. urailoa will be willing to iIt ample Urn o ibe railruad coiuDaBy to tual toeh arraaga. Deal aa are requl.lie aad at tball caoae thm tb leaal troubta, iBCOBTtBteuoe or loaai bat a day -a. lj lam Krai mn.l In tar till aad nDtia baT O ad wh cb (he people ol tblt aairupulla tball ctaaa W have jnti caa e ofeomplalat la eomtnoence of tb Haiiivor- BB4 wato naiiToati mouiibb -.. eoverekga power oyer tbat portion of lb clly through whlcbltt oad now paaaea. trv MtreilUllr. '"''"aVtyor A i ICUL dlipatch to tho IltralJ, dated December l2tb, sayt Three Cabinet raseH logs were held last woek on account of Uw critical coadUlou of Irelaud, and tbo mlnla- . ten resohtd to proclaim Tlpperarj and l-ondondcrry, and to send 3,000 troop W Ireland to meet any emergency. Tux electlou for United BUtea Senator takes place at rruukfort, Konlueky, to-Uey. It Is reported that McCreery. the present la cumbent, will surely be returned, probably on tbe first ballot. i ll.ilUaa.l.lA.M Mf" .. . I., polMTiTi l BoatU.VfcJU&'VS kSegbtfl Qetttto - FrXakoTu bTJro atpritodIaVardlatl . thhotbora WoUld re wala o4 ;. v rle to tlmiUt dtatito, A ad my baiVkt(ea sat tiflaama ibat tha iaania Arvv.!.