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Hoatbwett Cora.r of V.na.rlT.nU btbb bi T.otb ttrMt. rM.d.n.Vr'7 MOIHO. BwnW SO. il lh No ooi I ' latantlvmaadaeMtilit UBikt1ac, will . '"itoMt, ihtIM, AltT-toiChareb, tTprldbl fc?i; ".VbImIbVI lljdy lrlor. Cbaraa.r, Dla Wif' i0JJ' "l d malr Ctpt aad Ran, "V Jttt Hkrlor Satta, 14 plicn, gpbalitrid la V a lU !, C' .rbl a top Caatr TbU, o.i Utvll Sail. v 4 at JEa(B.ta DiBlBf Tibia bb4 Cb.iri.llda ui.rd. rlaaBttt Eairavlniit Mlrrorfroot Vardrtiii. LoaBca( Kina vralBaiCbmbraalua, nTcalv etrtttl. WalaaiM T ,1 ''' Bad.uada, Vftbiuadi. Flo reatbt r Bd., Bgltitn aid fllluwi, Eiira.cBrlad Ualr Uattrtaaaa, Kuah.aaat Chatn. W Bat OlBlBfCaalr-aCOTaradlnjifMa Up. WilBBlfMtcrotarr BBd UHjkea. WoikTabUa, Two Doobla Rtwood Ward ro baa. MarbU tool nunbalu, ToiltiBati. BftlaB(j(atrLarptaaad Kodf, RbadM, Ala . a q 0 nitty f Uamabold and K.tck.a raqalallla Tariutt ttab. Hoaia Ut Rat .,. ,, CUOI'IH It LATIMER, 1V W.I. WALL di. CO.,AuctUuara" N. 315 aad JIT b.iath-k.i .;'.i p.... vaaU aTaa aad .fialb atrt Greitt tmiuutrawiibroker'atlHuIe ol Iflctarn. Itobrrt Fulton ut itotlon Oo MOi DAT and TUaVtDAY. Dttt id berS0aad2l. atlUo cl k. mtua morotnfaod alT 'el ck TrT T'nlDK durtualbuw-ak.aUhaAULTlu.f KOOMH orW WA.UU 4 C , ontll th Whsla af tbalf atUCK tit a lttaaiiibfuatal Blkalara.B 4B ft laihlaart flf. latn. Pjl'iiiuimol tb taoti valaabla coodt Tr rat r- i tin tt iii) in inia riij, codiiiiidi nj- t OLI ANI. SlIiVKK WAlOUVs, DIA MorfDS.dOLU I'lNH AND KINOS,8II Vi-K AND FL.ATM WAKE, U1JT I.KItY, MUSIOAI. AND MMJHANI OAI. IVTHUHhNTS, (1UNS. K UlAbHSJIOOiCM I.ADlbb AN1J Ofcfii' Ohoriima, FANUY uoops l U U UUKI3TMAS p il a b N r b , no , &o. N. D Tha trala t rwiwcifnllr InrlUd la Iba aboTaal4, aa Duma of th fada araaatlralf aaw, aad Will ba.oll wiln mi ranaira A dUa not of aparcaiiL will ba allnwod titpar- KQaporehaala(t tha amonatof en hand rod dot ra af Tr LOMEUT PirC.TUN At CO , -d,U li flllWtaiSatraet ' " "i'lITUKE DAYF.""" TRUITKE'K RALK OF A VALU.pfl L Am.Kl'ltlVATKHhSinbNUhOVH yoi)KTKKNTH hTKBEr. HRTWKEH L BT JUL ANU MAaaArill'sETtif AVLOS -Ur vlrlaa uf a dd of trail, dalti the rib dy uf lUarcb, A D lBd9, aod Taartad la IlUrTaad R, Ho 11, folio 73, oaaof lb laud Tfeordaof Wanlilof loa coaoir, tn lha l)Utr-ctr OnlnmbU. I will -all at pablle anetlonAB Wt.DHl-S)UA V. Iba 11 darof DacaiD bar, A D 1m, at 4 a'tlnek, p. m , la front ol iba preinli, tbefoMgwlni daacrll 1 raal eialaallti ata tn ma city ot i I. la. ba lattla I.nl la Ltnton. I I to wttl Lot lait Inn Af orlfflaal It dmalooof or I (I a I lot numb red iwelv (11,1 In nnira tan rji t.ara rl Ixrrt ininJMfi and rrlv uiil. 31T,)a p ait-d aad teaordedla book R W, So 1, folio S3 vt tba HnrTayor olnta of aald city of waabinxtoa, 0 C . tuieiber wlih Iba luprovt tueata tuarmt-, coo.Utlac of a Ibrea atory frame home, Mod-d truat, cuatalalaf nlaa rooma aad tub mom bd 1 wtn-clo. at wnm aad told watar, rama aa t furooae, uurbl nj'ntal tUToaibont tba homo LotlalSfet by about UI feat deep, to so Term: One tblrd elit kalaaeo It alx and (walaa nanlha.wttU lutaraal fr rutbadaViif la la Tbadeferrod imtihtjU to baaacarad tothaaatla- faction of i nfeyanalat aad Ilaa linndrad Hikllara In a nilil An ika HAV iif al, aaj If tha tarmeof Ibaeaitaf put eotni lied wltb wtthla 0-a l of thada'anlt at tinrrhaaar. b aJvartlattmr oa nr-ali lu aomaneira paper printed and publM 1 In Wa-blBitoB, D C JAMEU m, la.ta. Truatee l'ER LATIUBR. AUeiiOBaara Corner of f aonaylvaala arenae and leatb atrtete CnANCER SALE OF VALUABLE IMFBOYED UV.kl kKfAlR INTIIIrt (.ITT Under an i by i lUi f a dcr f iba Sa preni. (Jouri or ine uiatrici ot oioroni naianJ am lha ttrtaantli da of I-i amliar. A 111 tn a imiii ihamin A -do ndi dm. bd tuba rod eredJlA 1,713. Eqolty Docket P, fn wbUh oiua Uanha bMwart waaeoraplalnaat aad Kiciiai atewart, oe feodaut Ibe un laf.ltined. ai pointed tru lea nf tba court ualtraildd ere, will, on TFIUKItUAT, DeeetaberlO. 1MB a 1 o clock p in , procaed to aatl, at pubho aoctlon, lo tba blabeal bldd'riba oaat pariof ti llnl lot number tnirleea, I3,I la aiaarenniuber one bond red and eighty See, lUS.i aaibaaama ar un ibared oo Ibo irnnl nlaa of WaablDgtiu city, DUtrtct uf I olouibla. 'faealt nlng, for lb aald eaal part uf -aid 1 it nnmnerad 13, at too no ri hunt corner of aald original lot number tblrteea. (H 1 nud mauliig iron, ibanceaonth one bondrel anl tw II rj ft and aig (0; Inchet, lhance Wea llfiean (lli feet, thence north one litn dred md two (1011 feet and alK (0 tn.bee, tbence eaet niteen ui loei io inapiaooii uriipoioi, theaaldpart uf ild lot havlntafrool of Sitae n feat on north K tret, Iwtweau bUleentb and cefeaieentn aira m vrai m inia city, am hutidi b two atury frame teiteuiont therron .. . Tba tenoa of alia a pre-crlbed by ail I decree are i Oaa third of the vurahaa money caih aad tba balaaea lu ioal pAym-niat Ibrea and elx inootbe aacaral by deeduf tru.t on lb- properly A depoatt of SM wilt be require I at tha time the property la knock ad I two All toareraaclDg and etampaal tbt coat of the pnrchar PRANt IS MILLER. K KUbl PbKRY. Trnxeea. CHARLES W BOTkLEU, dcclS dla Auitloneer EXECUTOR B RALE (F ALUABLB IU 1'HOVRD PROPERTY FHONTINO THE NORTHERN UAUKBT AT AUtiTION. (5 Ub WED.NESDA., the Md laatant, wa Iliiti ah all tell, In front of tha prtmleea, at 4 ' o e'erk, i, n tha MlowlBg valoabla ltvparty being a i an if the r.al talo of tha laie War UiyieaV-rd. li Part-of lota SandS. Jo qu.re 4.T, having a frtut of CD feet ob norib K, uatwean bavenitiani cigniu iihii wwi, iiumr dlately oppualle UiO Aoi uarniuaikct liuuee, wit Iba lupnveineola. which coalt of a laiga three tory BrUk Hon, with t-lUr, and two auiall Brick Houaaa fht pro, rlj moy be divided and oldaeparataoo J4K o( ratn. aoi aaparato on uar ui rit, Tni. Ox. Ih.,.1 rii liaUuCA 1 D H llaBj 1 iuoolha,iuoparcheatrio give aoiea iut hiffniBlk. liaavlna lnlapH.it frnril daV tbe deferred of tale, and aecuredto tbe aallafaeiton tf Ha exectttore All eoavoyanoUg aul aUmpa at ot olpurcnne-r. SAX) to bo paid dowuwheu tbe propettr U fold, and lithe teruaarouot couiplled wllb Io flada)a, theexecutorereaervatba right to re-ll lle prop orty attla rUk and cuat of tbe UefauHlug pur rhaaer. by adverlulng tbe eiiua tbree tlmea In tbe J II WARD, rExecotori SAMUEL NURMENT.) delOd UltBBN A WILLIAMS, Ancle Architect. HENRYR.SEARLE&(o. n ARCHITECTS, u B Street, opoilto Pt Offles DepArtment. Hi 91''lac Jaa,ra".erU'ltoa.iaaa.andaa.iltIf rift Jjd,u' "! solid Gold Chains Dlnnpda,ParlBea,BBd oilier rrftaeJewalV -- v.ii (iramvnit) unci.. r.a.T .M.L uV::.T iVi,,??i.':v'A"""'i.inf. ) H 11 Ho t rolloij, orihalAndracordf orwt.k iiw .ir, if . w..h.i mii, oi ilia nk " ' aBbar, l. .1 a a'alaak, (T S , m "1. PrmlM..partorLotN,la laaarafrji, a?iSiiV."!Ll'i?",',l',J" ' kalaaM alali Li?Jw V mjalh. ..carad kz iaad af Ira.t. "'.'h .!' " laiara.l CoJ.Yi.l.. ..i i.'THna aiaupi at pbrcbi Bd MMTr0R.TF5.T1LVr COVERED PARLOR tklViiT iMRK-rVHOST WKDKOBBS. AT AOnriW rti CUlHBahVJUJi.llTUlli HOLIDAY LUXURIES ! THOMAS RUSSELL, ISnaaoaaar to E, c. Dyar Co.,) omul IOR 11LI WIHK3 THiT ARE WIHE3, Forth, Tabla l wall at Medicinal Via WINES, LIQUORS, CORDIALS HAVANA S SOARS. CHAMPAGNE WINES. Fran) tka CalakraUi Ooaaaa af BOUcnsriLi rrv. ntiua . DRT WHIWr C.BlIk-T. DRr.lLtKi'. " "cVfl BL1XC8I NAPOLEON'S CABINET, raaortla Wlaa af L O.lnoaleo'i, Raw Totk. ALIO. OHAMPAQNE IN HALF PINTS, rOR INVALID!, OLD UYE AND BOUBDOM WIII3K1ES. COONAO DRANDIE8 OF OUAttANTEED rOBITT. FINE SCOTCH AND IRISH W1U3KIE3. STANDARD SlIEtlMES. SUPERIOR OLD TORTS. CIIOIO CLARET AND RUINE WINES. SPARKL1N0 AND STILL DURQUNDIE3. JAMAICA AND ST. CROIX RUM. SCOTCH AND ENGLISH ALU. IRISH AND LONDON PORTER. POPULAR BRANDS OF LITTLE DELT SEOARS. ENGLISH PICKLES AND SAUCES. FREN01I PEAS UND MUSHROOMS OLIVE OIL or THE FINEJT QUALITY. DKONSON'SENOI.ISU ANU RO((UEFORT 0UEE3E. ETC , LTD., ETO. THOMAS RUSSELL, 256 PE 5 N3YLV Aim AVENUE, Dal Twalfth land Tblrtctnth ItrtOti. dall Maal For Bftlo ot Kent. ihad UOOM4 aa lha iriA 6 ant ! J .!. bla 1 tcatloa laqotra at 34U I Irael, aaar Poor loantb airaal. daU 4 jyyn rent -a small brick rouse or r Ilfht Rooma, romforublr faralahad. to raal. lath Tlclaltr oftba DbIou HoUl. U or tralown. Addraa "Jl.g Al.." 0ritWA ToalOfflca, Bad aintata rutfiiMi tl iinliillHit !A1U kiahtti ah atraata, ba'waao 3 aad Ipn MUST BE SOLDI A AKM CONTAIN!. V ACRII, FOR tl.100 tASII. 81taatadBarBraBdwlaa,r,rlafa(JoflTfa'c It. Aid HinlUa from Wa.aluitva D. 0 Baltlmora aad Poiomao Hallroad. bow hnlld Tha raaaikroaib tbalaad 'fM. sow nniiaing. HKAL K.TATk. HkllkEh dU 1U Mo. 4 Afarkal 8 pact. TjV)R SALE -TUg PINE AITp t A BUI OU-I. 1, eoraar Twaalr flftk aad K atraata. No OJ, with I traa tarda attubadl.VU feat On. Waiar, BbK"iTia la tba bnaaa Aplr al JOaBPH U, HIIAPPISLO H. J4I0 raaiaylvaBUaTaaaa dacl Ira CH)R BEfT-Tha BWILLINO PART of Hoaw a boardlaa boaaa Applr at tlAULB A. CO.'K Clolhuc Uunaa. ppir at ii botU If SEVERAL HANDSOHILT PURNISIISD ROOMS FOR RENT, vllbar la Saltaa i.rSindr, at No dOA Tblrtaaath atraat, aortb o Iba Avaoaa. Btrao(ra tUUlei tba oltr, or thoaa daalrloc prmaaoat B ird, wtfl Sad It tu Inalr ad Ttaaioto Lava a hooaa a? raatratly loca.ad aad ;;rp.TrT5SFJ""affct,Abii.!ii,'"w w 1 t' i;iNErUKN18t.ED ROOMS FOR RBMT-IW A 1' daalrabl location. Inillro al No J'd8 U at reel, near Flftaaotb. 1 1 O It unM T. V I'LENDII)L,Y-VUnNISIlr I) PAHL.UKS ANU HLIJ-ROOMS. Innnaof tha noat daairabla location In tboctly of Waablaitoa. aad oaly oaa tulnnla'a walk af WlUard a Uot-1, Ebbltt tlouie, and tba Kirk no in ittiHiiaiiiu ainaLi. Between, E aad P aire la no lha waat aide Mumharaor LniiMii aad oihara daalrlar aaltaa of rooms would do well iu call before aaraflDg Bftll tf t'OR RENT -AFBOEfTrARLOR.FURNISMIli L or oefaralahed, will a cotnmoaleatloK ro tu trdeoired.heaUd aa I Mibtad wlih arast alma froal ro m b eocond door, vary Ua4a, far. Btuhtd aad betted, near Hni uiflee aad otber pabllaballdlaee Apply 437 S ghtb atrael, n-ar coraerof 0, oppoalta FaUat ujnea boIO IOR RENT -AN ELEGANT BUITK OF ROOMS. ' with Bath Room and Water Ctoaet attached alto, aeveral rlaglo Rooiaa for tee I la men Appl et 4 18 Tbtrleiitbloaaed(afawdooreBorthn'E treat. bo'3 tf V Koaine, wlthoat board, at -1 Indiana BTenue mi BOfl If 1?0R SALS -A PINE NEW HOUSE SITUATED c1 IIOICE RESIDENCE fOK SALE venae. III ghland rJaca.lotfere fur aala tba weal bonee, adjolntaghiiowB realdeBca r be dwell log, nadergulng ihorongn reuovation and to bo lalaraaalat Ihfia Tna Bonae mtatnre S3a73 feel Tba new dialog room hae a depth of 37 feet f'arlor aad dining room thrown In one, 70 feat, (all through 1nhouit width of ID foot. Lot with Uwaaotrearloal ay, B.ensaqnart feet, walla thick and eubatantlally ballt KiavtHoa Tory cuBiioinuii Commaadlni elow of river, Ac No taoalthiar locality In ibe e ly. Aim, Uaildlag Lotaun Highland Block feraale lBBireofOWNERInCora-rUoBao ocB tf TWONEWSEVXN ROOM PKAMk lent locaTlly ferine reaaoaable run ii ail. mill a i jusr.ru i iv 1 1 Oo20 If JO J Eighth etreet weat. bet I naar tba cornar ol Oae, hot aad cold watar a. a a i lace itaaler. marble maateia, aula good repair Brick alable on rear of iot.wlib gaa and water and room for thrao boraea Will be aoldcbaapfor caeb. U 1 URKOORT, nf? if tMarl 343 Pa ae n-rTiht Waau. i; S JUST11 I'ATB PAlRtCASUIPRICESFOR 1j. Ladlea . Ueot a and Children a Second band i Intel nf. Under Clothing, BooU, Shoea, he , No. 4tNlnlh atraat, balweeo Uand h atreeta, third door 'ruu Von tig Men e Cbrlatlaa Aaanclailoa BollJIaa N B -Any Note by Mall promptly attended to botU if TOTUE WORKING CLAB3 -Weare now pre narad to fnralali alialaaaaa with aauatant amnio Ta olat home, lha whole of tba time or for the girl earn nearly aa much aa roe a aa iota noiica wmj tuaii iiiainii aau ! tr tui.laau.kra mil, ihla niitaral alad otfar To auch aa are not we'l aatliBad wa will aend SI to pay for Ibo trouble of writing Full partleulare. a valuable earuple, which will do to commence work on. and a copy of tbe Thtl'topU's Lttiraru towipai.Jj,. ooe uf Ibe largeat and beat family nawapapera tmbllbed-all aeut freabv mill , Reader, if yon aAnguaUt WANTED-NEW AND CAST OFF CLOTHINO. old Uold and Silver, or any other article ol valoe, at the olJ-elblUhd Uerebani I'awa broker Store of H JfULTu.N h CO . Oil Ninth atreet adoora north of f enneylTAtla aTenue. deciO If Boarding. BO A K I I N 41 . nuruH HMITII. nflondonaeonnty. Va , bavtugr-nted Houn Ho, A13 Tooth atreet. between D and & treat . la' made mplete arraagemaala Ut KKBPINO A PIHBT H ASS BiUKBlHU HOUSE Hi TIUDAY Ok MOhTU Bath roome on all floor a Rooma elngl ir B aulte, wllb or without board uovM tf .a- Table Board. TWENTY DOLLARS PER MONTH, AT IIOYCK'H ItlMNU.ItoUMN, 444 PeonaylvauUnTonue, between Poor aul a dscIS UI half and Blxlb Hresta i;iRST CLASS TABLE BOARD CAN BE HAD V at tbaAMBKlCAN 1I0USB, corner of Sere a A street and Penaiylvanla avenue for tUU pa. Ja ra. Mo-anaa Hita-U. Fvia mi aaadOruameate liuulahed by bllAPPIELB '4SApknaylvaotaavenna del7 hi MAIAOA UlUl'ES HAVANA OHANUBB. RBill Hilb UrtiePre-hKalakne. Alnionde, An , at blIAnibU b, 410 pensiylvaala ay. WAH1SQT0H MGTI AUDIBPKESSlim, Tnn RtcitT death of Btato Senator Rus sell, of Ohio, Uatcs lha SeoAts a tic IvTCRNAIi BSTItUS XEOIirTS SAtlwU wers 1301,137.41. Tni XISIQNATfON OP J.A. IlATE4ASM tenor of the Third WUcoDiIn district bs been iccptsi. , ti is tUTSD tbst too BsnAto JndloUrr Committee will notconsldertho noml nation of tho CIrotU Judges ant 11 After IbeholldAji, Toe DtTiiiTUENT op Stats will send to Congress to-day portion of the papers la tbe case of Cabs, la aniwer to & call. ExGot. SutTn, of New Hampshire, Is bere, and uxga tbs appololraent of exSec r etarj fltAnton to tbe tscadcjoo tbe Su preme Court bencfe. ' r-r r John W. Nomli, United States District, Attorney for tho Eastern District of His- soar), has tendered hts resignation, In order to eofrsce la Ute pracuoe or lav. ipl .- a- We rtUE received from a dtsttngulihcd and learned Catholio a reply to tbe sermon of Ker. Dr. Sander! and, published In Sat urday's Republican. We will malco room for the reply to-morrow morning;. Tun auindsd Ciontmaiix wilt go to the, Uomt to-day, aod It will doubtless pus, although an effort will, be made to ameod It so as to make, U obligatory on tbe President to employ tbe army to enforce the recon struction laws In the State. Tnt CoLUCTOsor Internal Ritxkcb of the Second MUioarl district has written to CommUilones Delano, ttatlng that n de- UchmeBtoc troopS jrQii be abtolutsly noccs sary In collecting the reponue, as well aa in breaking up illicit slUls. OfE HUNDRED AND TWAUTT TUOlTaANU dollars more than the appropriation already made by Coagreis Is estlmstijd by tbe Commlisloner of Indian AtTAtrs ai necot- sary to carry out tbo policy of the Oorern- incot la locating Indians upon rcserratlons. Ine New York Gamblers. The ques tion of sending a sab-committee, consisting Garfield, Cox and Coburn, to New York to IttTestlgalo tbo recent gold gambling opera tlon there was under consideration by tho Homo Committee on DaoUngand Currency at tbclr session on Saturday. Natal Oiidsrs. DeUchcdSiirgcou P. S. Wales from tbe Portemootb, and ordered hotnot Burgeon D. R. Bannan, from tho da ta! itatlon, Mound City, Illinois, and or dcredto tbeNaYainogpltal,Fcusacola. Sur geon A. S. Oberly has been ordered to the Portsmouth. President Grant, Vlco President Colfax and tbe Cabinet hare boen Invited to Dr. Morris' readings to-night, at Lincoln Hall. for tho benefit of tbe Memorial (Lutheran) church. Tbe entertainment will be Intel lectual and enjoyable. Dr. M, Is always happy In hts selections. Counterfeits. Well executed counter feit $20 National Dank notes are In clrcula- !'"UW"V T"detmeo,s National Bank of New York t ". ... . - . - loot National Bank of Commerce, New York, and First National lUnitor Cincin nati. Theio notes are calculate! to deceive tbe business commnnlty. Soma of them have been taken by the hanks. The Secretary of tbe Treasury lias di rected tbe Assistant Treasurer at New York to omit tbe isle of gold on Tncidny and Friday of the prtttnt wetk. Ills order does not affect tbe eaie of gold on Thursday, or tbe purchase of bonds at adrertlied. Tbe Secretory bas alio glren orders for tbe payment of tbe January lntereal ou and after Friday next, wlthoutlrebato. Amoxo tiie rnoMixrrr tistTons at the Executive mansion on Saturday who had In tcrrlews with tbo President wcro Gorernor Bullock, of Georgia, Samuet Bard, editor of the Atlanta -Wt-j ,rat (both of whom con Terscd upon the subject of the reconstruction of Georgia,) and General McMabon, lato minister to Paraguay, who was recalled on account of the complication of our relations with that country. The India Consulate, The nomination of Mr. Gcorgo Butler, as consul to India, meets the disapprobation of Senator Cband lcr, who Is chairman of the conitnltteo to which the nomination goes, (Commerce,) and who favors tho retention of the present consul, a Michigan general. It is believed that Mr. Butter, who was nominated on tbe reccommendatlon of Secretary Ftib, will bo provided for In tome other position. Av ikijusitiiB Individual rocently ad dressed a letter to the CommUtloncr of In ternal Revenue, asking If tho sum he was compelled to pay as an Income tax should bo Included In bis annual expeniei. Tbo Com mlialoner In reply said that If bo was com pelled to pay an In come tax he could not have the benefit of his own wrong. If he paid tho tax as an annual asicsiiucnt ba was only doing bis duty under tho law. On Satlrday Treasurer Spinner received a letter from a welt known politician reatd lag In Virginia, asking If a return to specie payment would depreciate the value of guenbacki. As be bad Investod everything be bad la Government securities, be wai fearful a sudden resumption of ipcclu pay ment would ruin him. The solicitous Indi vidual Is a resident of the district ouce rep. resented by John Randolph, and proposes If there Is danger ahead to turn hts securities Into gold. Mormonish. Mr. Cullom, Chairman of bo House Committee ou Territories, has, It Is stated prepared a bill, which will bo Intro duced at an early day, taking away all rights of tho Mormons as cltlxens of tba Lnltcd Slates, or rights heretofore exercised as sill isds of Territories, until thsy abandon the practice of polygamy. Tho subject has been before tbe committee aud dlscussod suffi ciently to show au entlru unanimity of feel ing among lis members against extending any.furtberpilvllegesto tbe cltlxens of that Territory until polygamy Is abolished. On Satlrday William Craft, who, It may bo remombered, was at one time quite an important personage on account of bis anti slavery sentiments, bad an interview with aanrAtar Urtntwull far thn mi null a of enriir- lB W. Kcomm.nd.lkra la ,siWl.Ung him- sen in ueorgia. jiq imruum-cu vj Senator Sumner, and tbo result of tbo Inter- Ucw was very favorable, trait ana nis wife were fugitive slaves the latter being so nearly wblto that her husband traTeica to, j.liu lut from Keuwckjloohlo- before lha war. Tai uiroRT of Special Cotnmliiloner Daild A. Weill, which will b, laid boforo Congreia to-d., U Utterly denounced by the protectlonliti. Mr. WeWt doc, not take n , , , . , . .. ,.,..( cheerful Tlew of the OuancUU lltuallon. Tho rrcient rate, ol tariff wg 17), I cent., which he thinks Is too high for pros perity, especially as some of tbe articles protected can be produced cheaper here than abroad. He would so readjust the tariff as to insure, by tho Increased importations as revenue, of 1140,000,000, which Is about $30,000,000 reduction. 0 Iniaxis in the op pica of the United States Treasury a large collection of swind ling letters, sent by various firms to parties In all parts of the country, all proposing to cheat the Government and make those rich who are faithful to tho promises exacted. The number of these swindling Arms In New York was at last accounts twenty-eight, and steps have been taken to intercept their cir culars on tbe ground that they all propose to swindle tbe Government, and tbe Govern ment has a right under act of Congress to "prevent" as well as to suppress swindling concerns. Wall's Opera HocsEaWUd. Barney A Mao'a minstrel Troupe, open at this theatre to-night. This company comes to ns with a good reputation, having J ait concluded a moat successful engagement la Baltimore. Barney, Tyrrell, and Wild bare visited us before with other troupes, and we are fa miliar with their excellence, and their asso ciates are said to be equally good. A good minstrel compaoy can always furnish a most enjoyable entertainment, and Just at this holldsy season will be very acceptable. Let there be a crowded house to-night to greet this troupe which visits us with such favor. bio notices from other cities. Tna Conobbssional Dircotort for the second session of the Forty-first Congress was Issued on Saturday, and would have been out three days sooner had not Speaker Blaine asked to have It delayed la order to complete tbe list of the House committees. Tho directory la filled, as usual, with In formation that all want, and we are not sur prised to learn that large numbers of Con greumea order copies In addition to their quotas (for which thoy pay the coit of printing) to distribute among tbolr con stituents. Thts Is the secret for diminishing the cost of printing make tho public docu ment so well worth Its cost that people will buy It. National Tubatre. Tonight tbe grand Christmas Pantomime of "Jack and the Bean Stalk," which has been so long in pre paration, will be produced with new scenery, new tricks, and a largo amount of additional talent which has been engaged at great ex pense. The Zanfrctta troupo Is well-known. and tbo Clodocho troupe Is said to be the best company of grotesque dancers now be fore the public. Messrs. Spanldlng & Rap ley have expended a largo amount of money In their endeavors to present this pantomlmo la a proper manner, and we have no doubt that tboy will bo rewarded by seeing their theatre thronged durlag overy night of lis representation. The recent jcdicialappointmbnts have given rise to a good deal of 111 feeling In political circlet, and when the nomination of circuit Judges came before the Judiciary Committee of tho Senate, Its chairman, Judge Trumbull, wrote a letter to President Grant, asking for the recommendations upon which he has acted. The President tent a papers, which were oo file In the Attorney General's office. This prompted the Judi ciary Commlttoo to ask for an executive session of the Senate, In which a resolution was offered calling upon the President to furnish the papers. A single objection, under the rules, prevented action until tbe next executive session. The nominations are not satisfactory, and tbe Senate Is anxious to know what Influence secured them. Increase or Internal Revenue in Vir cinia. Supervisor Presley, of Virginia, In forms the Revenue Department that the total collections from tobacco lu that Btato from March to December, 186 were $362, 091 4Cj white tho amount collected from tbe same tonrce and during tho tame period of this year was 1,811,933 05, being an excess ofSJ.rJ.SG). Tbe Second, Third and Fifth are tho principal manufacturing dls trlcts In the Stale. Tbe increase from to bacco alone In the Second district this jcar Is 700 per cent In tbe Third, 1,200 per cent., and la tho Fifth, 1,0 JO par cent.) while la tbo whole State the Increase Is nearly 800 per cent. Tha shipment In bond for tbe above period last year was 10,511,230 pounds) while this year, for the tame period, tbo shipment amounted to 13,003,131 pounds, being an excess over last year of 3,119,315 pounds, tbo taxes on which would reach $1,731,331.01 If tho tobacco all found market In this country. Tbo total revenue from distilled spirits In this Btato for the fiscal yearcndlug Juue 30, 1803, under the two- dollar Ur, was $3SG,0SS 03 while the amount collected for nine mouths of tbo present year, under tho fifty-cent tax, was $4GO,41'3.33,or an excess of $183,433 00. The revenue from mlscilluicous sources shows a largo Increase, putlcuUrly from apple brandy, whtch will be futly 400 per cent, in excoss ofnny previous year. In most parts of tbe Stale thero Is a marked Improvement, both In tho etBclcncy of the officers and tbo disposition on tbo part of the pcopte to com ply with the law. Tub reports of assassination hatlug becotno so frequent lu ccrtalu districts of tho South au appeal was recently rade by tho Commissioner of Internal Revenue to Geucral Sherman for troops to assist tbo revenue officers In suppressing Illicit distil lation, and in collecting tbe meuuo gen erally. Tho troubles seem to be la a circuit comprising the Eighth Virgin U district. which Is la tho southwestern part of tbo State, the Third South Carolina, Third aud Fourth Georgia, First and Second and a part of tbo Tblrd Tennessee, and tho southern part of tbo Eighth Kentucky, Theao dis tricts arc adjacent, forming a section of couutry ou cither side of tho Uluo Kldgo mouutalus, and It Is hero that Illicit distil lation Is carried ou to the greatest extent. General Sherman thinks tba Government has better use for tbo troop thn la enforc ing ravonuQ laws. Ho bellovcs It has a tendency to demoralize tha army, and In stances tbe effect which such supcrvclllanco bos bad on the troops of the British army. Again, tbe collection of tbe revenno belongs to tbo civil department of the Government, and It Is ouly when an enforcement of tho laws la Imposilblo that tbo service of tho army should bo called Into question. Commissioner Delano bas therefore deter mined to arm aud mount all tho assistant assessors cmplojod In the district abovo mentioned, and empower tbcm to collect the revenue and suppress frauds of whatever character Tho only difficulty In tho adop tion of ilita plan Is that It has been decided by tbo First Comptroller that tho pa of aa aJll,UlltalM1I0rJ,aiei,htaIlt,hJlc,)e, lll0 ji.trltt for which ho wi appointed, and In making raid. It mlht ho neccisary to croii houudar; Unci, llowercr, tbo eipcrl- ment will be trkd without delay, and It U lf'a a few week, will rid I Mine dlitrlcl, of th, I licit itllli, and bring to lusllco tlioio , ,,,,, boe acfraudlcic tbo menue and I Hill defy tli Uwi. THE NEWS BY CABLES Jfeltber She Government 9r that Crto HI spot 4 ;or.TwryRitii. Mad air, Deo IX General Prim publicly declares that thero has been no change la the opinion of tbe Government or Cortes on tbe question of monarchy. The Duke of Genoa will probably receive the crown, but should ho decline It tbe Gov ernment will not favor tho establishment of Tt public. t novie. Doatlt rCaiillnalPeatla-ThaVcBU- clea In tha College fCarellnt.lB, Rome, December 19. Cardinal PenllnL. a native of Rome, died yesterdiy, aged seventy thret. Thero Is now sixteen vacancies In tho Col lege of Cardinals. It Is understood that the Pope will make no nominations to till these vacancies while the FcnmeplpnJ, Council la In session. MEXICO. An Armed Iiiatirrecilon Uevolaflon Koarljr Kprct4 An Attack on Federnt Troopa Dlatnrbrtmces In Taloelnro llstttallon of (Jovem mettt Troopa Join tbo ImBarartata No Con Aden c In Ibe Remain lag Troopa A Mob At toe km at rreabyte rlanSJoatrrerratlon uiblea Uttd a Funeral Pjre. Mexico u Havana, Dec. 18. Aa armed insurrection exttte In Mlchoacan At Ma tallan a revoTutlon was hourly expected. A company of Federal troops was attacked In the Stato of Mexico, only eight leagues from tho capital, aud a captain and tbree soldiers were killed. Disturbances had alto occurred at Tulo- clnga. too .Manueur states mat mo otu battalion of troops has joined tbe Pucbla Insurgents, and that the 1th battalion bad beea defeated. General Allatoro bad Informed the depart ment that be had no confidence in their present condition as a test of tho strength of the administration. A tnob bad attacked a Protestant congre gation al Pucbla during service. The mob was led by an cx-Imperlallst officer, and urged on by priests. Many of tho congregation were severely Injured. Some, It is supposed, will die from Injuries received. Tho mob tried to burn tbe Protestants alive, using bibles as a funeral pyre. The police interfered aud arrested several. The rioters afterwards went to several prlvalo houses, Insulting and threatening tho Inmates. JtDA. Arrlvnl of Mprtnlib Troops Tbo Coin- pnlgn In Pnerto I'rliiclpeli bo lo nnariiriated UeaiTj Nortlirr on tbe Coast. Haana, Dec. IS A battalion of Catalo nlan volunteers arrived from Spain to day. Gcu. Puelto, commanding at Puerto Prin cipe, announced that ho will bogtn tbo cam paign against tbe Insurgents. Ilea vy northers have prevailed to-daj . Telxrpbl Nnmuary. Tna IoIcntttorm Saturday prevented tbe "'I'SiPfSSSiL': , .. covered from his recent ludltposltlon. (. E. Lesseps bat been congratultlod by Napoleon and Lord Clarendon on tbo suc cessful Inauguration of tho Suez canal. nsNKi Rocusport's new journal, 77k Marttillalie, made its first appcaranco on Saturday moral og. Tho authorities have not Interfered with It. Tub Paris authorities on Saturday ordered nil Spanish refugees w ho are la auy way Im plicated In tha lata Republican revolution in Spain to leata tho country. In tiie Supreme Court of Boston, oa Sat urday, Edward Healy, aged seventy, was sentenced to the State prison for life for tbe murder of his wife. Comverciai parties In Paris, particu larly thoso having buslucss connections with America, ara much agitated la relation to the approaching termination of tho postal treaty with tbo Urn tod Stales. Tnr complaint of James Flsk, Jr., In his suit for damages for alleged libel by C. C. Norrlll, or tbe Timt,yr& tiled in the Unite I States Circuit Court Saturday. Mr. Flsk prays for $100,000 damages. Tue London SUnrihv Jit nut t of tho 18th, has an editorial on tbo RI chard sou-Mc Far land tragedy. Tho writer pronounces tbo Astor house wedding "Alsatian," "gro tesque," "nauseous" and "blasphemous." On Saturday uounino a young colored woman la Bostoa named Margaret Freeman flushed another out of a third story window, njurlng her seriously. Margaret was held to ball to answer tbo clnrgo of an attempt to murder. Scon 6ai u BtiRiA, Minister of Iuoucl uuder Queen Isabella, was stabbed by Scnor Ravndcuctrt, uho formerly occupied a high position under the former, but who was Im prisoned for frauds discovered by Salarerrla. The wound bas beea pronounced fatal Tntvoteln thooltttton In lennossco ou Saturday last was very light, aud but little interest was manifested. Tbo volo of tbo city of Memphis on Saturday was: For tho Contention, -1,571, aud agalnat tho Convon tlon, 211. la Brownsville the vote was 310 for aud 50 against tho Convention On Saturday thero was In tense excitement In Londonderry, Ireland, la lcw of threat ened disturbance ou the occasion of tbo cele bration of tho anniversary of tbe siege of the city. Additional police havo been sworn In, and many troops havo arrived, to be used In tho suppression of any outbreak Up to 3 o'clock too city was traovU. The Loudon Spectator, of Saturday, reply ing to the commeuts of other Loudou Jour nals on the Alabama question, comes to tho defence of tbo American ministers, Johnson aad Motley, against tho charge of their sahscnleuco to Lntillih Influence. The writer says "Tho English people believe Johnson Impartially 'took In tbcm and their dlnucrs." Tub London Tunct. of Saturday, has au editorial ou tho subject of tho Sue., canal, Tho writer sajt great Interest Is felt lu com mtrclal circles in ngard to tbo possibility of constructing another ship can a', deeper aud wider, and less subject to fogt and eaud drifts, through some of tho Central Amul cau States to connect the Atlantic and Pa clQ oceans. Trie mollou mado by Rimscy's counsel, lu his suit against the Erie Railway Company, to vacate the stay of proceedings grunted by Judge Balcora, was argued Saturday before Judge Murray, at Delhi, Delaware county, New York, and denied. The court refuted to hear a motion to confirm the orders for a suspension of tho Injunction and for a re ceiver, and adjourned till the 33ib Instant The Honesdale National Bank of Penu sjhanla bas notified tbo Merchants hx change Bank of New York that an attempt has beon mado In certain parts of tho est to negotiate fraudulent drafti purportlug to tie drawn by the lloucsdilo Bank on the Second National Hank of Philadelphia and tbe Fourth National Uankof Now Yorkcily. These bogus drafts nro for $3,000 each. The ovations to Governor Seward In Mexico continue. Ou the dd Senor Romero gae a grand dlnnor in bis honor, at which t pete net wero made uy Messrs. uomero, Seward, Frederick Seward and others. On tho 1th a grand ball, attended by four thou sand citizens, was gUcn at tho Nalioual theatre. Tho uelgbborlng streets were deco rated aud illuminated The Monittur, re ferring to Mr. Seward's speech about bis dls intercstedness In comlug to Mexico, says "A guilty coujcleuco needs no accuser." Tho French Journals criticise Romero severe ly for toasting the King of Prussia, saying that Blemark't spies keep closo watch of tbe movements of benard and Romero Iho same Journal eoullnuc to giro slgnUlcaueo to Mr. Bewarl'i trip. OEOHOK PCADODT REKAIMS, Cnrer.e Between tbo notion An borttleo aad tbo Traalooa or the roabody Inatllnto In Ketrnrd to tbo SJoromonUa. Boston, December 19. A committee of the city government Tlslted Salem oa Satur day to coafer with the trustees of the Pea body Institute la relation to the reception of the remains of George reabody. Thetrus rtees will consent to any mark of respect that may bo thought proper to make here, but will lend a committee to Portland upon the arrival of the fleet to advise with (leorea reabody Rassell. who accompanies tbe re mains, and to arrange details of the ceremo nies. It Is thought tbe final ceremonies will lake place al tbe Peabody Institute In a week or ten days after tbe arrival hare of tho re matns. A special train will be sent from Portland to take the body of Mr. Peabody to Salem. TIIE PA N I tin GUNBOAT. Salllna; of Elarbteen of the flpnnUn PI lea mere) Convoyed bj tbo War Toeaol Plaarro. NEffYoar, Dec. 10. Al 10 o'clock this morning eighteen of tbe Spanish gtoboats, whoso departure has been hourly expected during tbe past week, took up their posttloa la tbe wake of tbe Spanish war ves sel Plxarro, which has been lying In tho North river during the past tbree weeks, and steamed slowly down North river and out of tho bay. Few spectators wore present, and there was no demonstration whatever. Twelve unfinished gunboats yet remain at Delamater's works. THE UAELKTOS DIKAaTER Canto or Ibo Accident. Pottstille, Pbnn., Dec. 19. -A dispatch to tbe dally Journal from Haileton says the cause of the accident at Hazlcloa was tho working the breast in the colliery too near the surface under trussels, there being only about twenty feet space left where they caved In. Only a few days before a couple of persons la a truck were pitched Into a simi lar bole, where a portion of the foundation of tbe railroad bod given away over somo workings that approached too near tbo sur face. Horace Urtslsj Replies to Ventral Butler. New York, Dec 19. Tho 7V.4i.mc of to morrow will contain a reply from Mr. Gree ley to General Butler's response to his former letter oa universal amnesty and universal suffrage. Referring to General Butler'a opinion that some half a dozen, more or leu, of tbe Confederates should have suffered exemplary punishment, Mr. Greeley says: "When are more years or peace snaiina re passed I am quite confident you will con sider that two or three would bare been enough, aud after tho lapte of fire more years you will bo satisfied Chat to have strung up In 18G3 him who was your choice for President In 1800 would hare answered the purpose. He refers to many historical precedents to show that severities after a war do not servo to save or perpetnalo powerj In short, be says that If there bo one lesson written all over the face of history, it seems to me that pride goes before distinction; that the conqueror lojsdvtt jfeud who bas glutted his vengeance He cites Tennessee and tbo overthrow of the Rcpubllcuns thero as an instance of the legitimate fruits of a proscription policy, aud Impeaches the policy of sweeping dis franchisement and proscription as leading lnrevltabty to such disasters. Mississippi and the dsfeat of Dent be regards as a verifi cation of tho more liberal policies. In conclusion be expresses his confidence that as passions cool and wrath abatos, thousands who hao cursed will thank him for what bo has done and dared In resist ance to their on a sanguinary Impulses. Hnrder Ailboant, N. Y., Dec. 10. Dr. Andrew Mead, a resident of this county for the past forty years, and a tery reapoctablo and in fluential man, was murdered and robbed In his store last night between 7 and 3 o'clock. Dr. Mead was very muscular and active, and there was CTcry appearance of a violent tcuftlo. Tbo deed n as committed with a common Iron stove poker. Iulsnso excitement pre vails for the arrest of the murderer, hut there is yet no duo to him. Pohtlavd, Me , Dec. lOlh. William Lo gan kilted John McCarty In a quarrel at Blandish, Friday p. tu. Both men were In toxicated at tho time. Inn Fiunmnu Piumiei e The follow ing petition Is being circulate 1 In uIoui sections, especially In tbe West to tKt tlon, J. A. J Cttivcll, I utt uiiVc Uta twit We, the uoderelfned cllltent of , county of Matt of , bellevlor, that me pre lent noetit iawa coiwernnz icrea privilejcca in the malls of the United St. tlont, which hoIJa that all of Its citizens are equal before the law and th.t the iirlvllfre conferred upon the l'realdeut, heads of depart meats and tn aim be re of Uuncrtee, of trnaimlt tlor and receiving in tot malls, free of post t, their tettera and other mailable matter, ta lu direct violation of ihlt theory) would most rc- eprciiuiiy net you io recumiucuu io eyuuarci the abolishment of the law known aa " t n nil iiinuiri niiu mi iiaiaiui iiiiiiii. - And we further ask that you 14001010011 to (Jo or. real to eaa. e. law requlrlne; rretiaymeut ot poet a ft by the publisher upon all matter of the eeeoadclaee, known ae "regular matter, ' depoelted at a poet office for treoeportatloa In the mails (orbont d iiibierlben, also, the re peal ot all Uwa which may la any way grant or eonfer any personal prltilejre there In We respectfully urge this, our petition, upon you for consideration and action, belletlng tbe coolof the service demands It, aud that the Burden of taxation will be reduced by an In oreaie of revenue of the gen are I post oiflie. through tho operation of prepayment of post age upon all olasies of mailable matter bufore belug received for transmission In the malls Payment or Bocstizsto Colored boi DIBR9..CL. Major General O. O. Howard, Commissioner of tbo Freedmcn Bureau, has Issued tbe following order 1 Wai On KmiMr,) BrjHSil or H r 1RIA L . W. 1,111 tr v, December 17, 1C 1 l V iionttrt, .u W II .oomuIaeionofthteeofUcrrsof lheanu ja hTeby appointed and order t to aaietnble at ISaaliv.Me, Tennessee, on Wedaee Uy, the i-jtb Instant, for the purpoie of a careful hear lug of oomplalnleof claimants for (Jovernmeiit bounty made against officers or agents of tbla Uureau.or other persons concerned In I he pay ment of bounties of colored soldiers, sailors, or marines Iheywill elt at Nashville and Columbia, Tennessee) Huntavllle, Alabama) or at any other points In tho Mate of lenueaiee or Ala bama where they shall deem It necessary for a full andeareful Investigation They will make a report and recommends tlonefo the eommtsiluoer tn enable him to correct any aim ice that may be found to exist, an 1 to do justice to all parlies concerned Detail for the commlaslon Itrevet Colonel Hen 1 Kunkle, euperin tendent education for Kentucky) Hrevet l ol one) J II Lewie, superintendent of education fir Urorgt) Hrevet Uai tain J A bladeu, A II t , Washington, I O Uyordtrof IlrevttMaJorOeueralO II How. ar 1, conimliiloner Hxxa M WiiiTrLKEt AU. Asst. Adjt Uen The United States District Attoune. foi Arkansas has Informed the Commis sioner of Internal Reveaua that there art threo tobacco manufacturing companies lu the Indian territory that aro lurnim; ut manufactured tobacco In Immense quiutt ties, without paying the Orst cent revenue tax, and says the products of these lactones arcMipplylng theSiuthncsi Steps will at ouce bo taken to enforto the ieeuue U n this section of tbe ountry. Latest Telfwraphfe npOTlllen. The Paris Bourse Is strong. Rcstce am quoted at 73 and 70 cents. The Steam Navigation Company of Sun Francisco bas decided to construct a Eying machine of sufficient capacity to test tbe practicability of the newly Invented flying mac nine. Major Rhea, formerly of the Memphis Avalancfo, leaves San Francisco to-day with 300 Chinese. Thsy will reach New Orleans about the 10th ot January. They are under contract for tbree years. Tbe first section of tbe Oregon Central railroad (twenty miles) will be folly conr pleted next week. No further extension will bo made thts winter. There have been no detentions on tbe Pa cific railroad from snow, and tbe track Is reported free. The iloop-of.wir Albany arrived at Nsw York yesterday from, San Domingo. The foundry of Bauds A Co., at Matanxas, was destroyed by flre yesterday. Colonel Rkhard En right, who was con vlcted of Implication In revenue frauds, bis been pardoned by tbe President. Till. INTERNATIONAL TIOJT. What tko People Tblnlc and Hay About it. Vnltl.jro.l. Dee. 17. ISC). Lditor or the KircnticAMi At ibe subjtct of the International Fair la occupying the pubtit atltntloe Jutt oow, I ask to be allowtd, through rourcolamas, to draw atteatlsn to a point which appears to hsre beta wholly overlooked) and l believe, shall aptsa tbe mi nu oi it.t great majority of tot tmaiitax paytrt, thtt It, Mechanics and bthtra who have Invested the savings of rears of toll, in a house sad lot, whlth they have no dealrs to eeu,evea if there should be a temporary In crease la prices of real estate I entirely agree with "Tax payer," In this ui''. Unix, na.ruoi.iu an, aim i no ooi oaiiave any tAi-i'iyer would object to be a (compul sory) a irkh lder. if be were to rtctlre any ira,iitt.v beat fit i but tet how the cast a la ii e .suiiacrihers tn the ttnek are to receive their money hick, with lot -reef and profits, after tbe -tflre of the vxmbtMoa are settled, but these com lulxiry a toe .4 hollers (that Is the taxpayers) bi.. otMtttea uf are to receive Dotal,!, either of liiTreet, profit or prtoclpaL Their money with accrue )( e est and profits, Is to STil Into III trtfaatitifja ut Waahlartnn. (Jtorgetowu aud llu Levy UtiurL tobe used, nowi Now, Mr Llltnr, if we must he taxed for this show, Ii 14 bat flr trial we eh mid re ceive back tin am 1 mt uf our foreed eunirlbu tloo, la the -r,tirr auotTeei acelset Ine same amount of fa'u-e leaaa. la's mua . we. de mand for the ai or oiiiHM'e i'y, ih t a 11m vlaobn Intertedlti thj bill na imIW.. o.,i,. treii.to wlti -a uub Din urine Bmnunror 'hit, pl tax shall be give 1 in east tapyer. up 11 payment of theaiujuut ataaaeej Ba-aioat him and aald due bill alt -.11 he reettv- by the tor Dorsttosv of WatBtnttun. Oeorntosrn an the Levy Court, U ,'ty.iia-in ut aa rout Btnouat of the flrs lax It.Ihir lut attar in eettiemeoi 01 uie aii4ire ni rue anioiiian At njlv.t laX PAYatU LuiTOB ur TUB RarilitiCAl-i Iia fjrru-r article X gave tome of tiie rut w.il.li lur presented themselves to my in in I a. lnr the Impropriety and injmti.j uf tnii.g th people generally la support of the Kilr With your permission, I will tretptie a little fur ther on your Indulges se, and state briefly a irar additional views which 1 enterUlti lu rea:ra to the matter, and which I aealre ahoullh presented to tbe public. Heretofore nothing, I believe, hts hern st-M In the newepapere lu the ailghte-t dcgre veree to the uroieot. Thla I hivaiwiu prised at, an I It aeemed to me ss if thre w aome reasao for It. knowlar. aa I did. aons.aileaat, ofour prlntlpaieltlsewedwl ni think the plan upon which It was ut 14111 trd leall respects Judicious, aad did no, ih ie ClUeiUU Hl4. laikwaaavV. .loaiaUH,. , .. flderatlon of the matter arose out 01 tn. weight of character and influence of tho gentlemen who were the prime movers tu ii who set out with such enthusiasm and in aunt a matlerof-eourse kind of way, ho Id top; tip such magnificent prospects, that most ol tht people were rather spell bound, and lacouil neatly yielded tbemielves and their Judg ments up to their control Thla waa not uu natural) foe were sot theae tbe llghte ot the ellr. whoaa treat exuerlenca and devotion to the general welfare he I often been manifested 1 aud could any thine they did be objected to even 11 11 uiu a man a. a jit,,, , lojuaiiee aau wrongr no mar, aa i ear, 11 wae no. ua natural the people, IneluJing the lltors, shiuldglve fa to this burrs'! movement which was set on foot, and should take It for granted that It was all right But at Is always the eaar, when enthusiasm subsides, judgment eomes again Into pi ay 1 and as Is often the ease, too, when consideration and reflection are allows 1 their due iufluence, different conclu alona are arrived at than those which were al Erst adopted I think It has been so la this Instance Those of the people who were tn the beginning Induced either to approve this project or silently aoquleace In it, begin to see that there la serloue objection to It) and It Is my belief of thlt, together with the absence or any reflection of their views la tbe papeit, that in luces me to sty anything publicly about It (Jot of the oh let ressona assigned far the ftMent movement la the necessity of adding othe Importance of the city by a display of public spirit and the expenditure of money In order to keep fully up tn the spirit of the age Progress and improvement are everywhere the order of tbe dayt and II Washington lags t e hlnd.great diss Wantage aod injury will result from It This Is true, every word of It. In every possible way In which the subject can be viewed, the conviction cornea that the wel fare of the oitv demands activity and enercv. lu availing ourselvesof all the meana In our power for Itaaggrandliemeat Wow the argu ment la thai tbe holding of tbla fair Is one step towards thtt end. Perhaps it It) and under other circumstances it might be well to resort to it Hut In endeavoring to attain this object by beginning with a fair, It would be, to use a vulgar but apt expression, going tall fort most Instead of dolug ihla I should be for reversing tbe order of movement, and would advlee taking the bull by the home Whenever any thing la to be accomplished it la good taetloa togrspple with the most formidable obstacle first, and when this la overcome, proceed to tuuat. of the next greatest importance Apply I thla tu thn a IT Ire of the cltv of Waitilnt tun I think ua wAuld ilnd the International ftirt the the last Instead of the first thing wMoh annul be attended to In in y I r titer coiarounleatloa I mentioned gi.il inilr ita ae being oueot the most Ira mutant lintirovf nents which the city needs in every twty riicy are all-Important, and In none in r than In tbe use they would be Inava'r'Hi.f'itnlt.uiily wftieb lenow threaten lug ih1 fH) Hi km tt-meut on foot fur ro niovln ih in 1 Hal I if 1 tal importance to the IhatriWt rttrtlri it- inil,il-ncy It Is work ing an h j iy t" ie Vir what e mid possibly be done nr rtt iae 1 et ilina" "rt I hie evil thin by t .rule 111 1 1 t a 11 f hi a.l tu the eit)l .Skillful tli tt.at trU-nrM aul rail roads are g niig 1 - hu aUi I mi of U ah Ington InvlfW ufthl liirealennlrr I luglve full effect 1 iii a aaeiHlf 1. anlaraa ralimt Is are ouneernet! e ousht to le ar. wura -11 1 should not c"ieaniir latii s Mttll ctpieinux well enult j I nrimiM ol this hint ai a euied, If il Is piMeibl iti ei-eure them Having tbua iipeur I ilir wi fr peoj le ti fet heio with fu.lity I m, Wi n ilil neat a turn our atte tiu 1 r.i tt elr ac uum lallou aud pleasant sojumu bntr wlitU' ttirj iciutin In the city To thl vn I I wuiikI ruier upo 1 other Intprotemeiiie lu '1 the central $ , of the city requires bur winch wmtl t alt t atil lu keening the capital 111 Until 1 gii n I hate only time and space 1 Iiimi dririly I a uu of them Ihere Is notlnig fncu Kii'l a stranger a morn unfau -Inn npuil m uf ih city than the aspect of htt m UUtiy sirui ture, the L'eutre market imuiv n Ito.i niani work then, Io be aecompliened ta the rem v i of that eje aote to every nh has uccailtia to look at It tlur streets ahuul I alai.ieeri. attrutlon, aod, If possible, a 1 atruf neaturaa, and a well-to do appearance alio ill )rvad them Additional edifices, much nee.leit should be erected AU these lliluse will uk niniiev to obtain them. and. beliu tif liidlturn sable utlllt) will have to be provl led fur sum time or other Well, now let me ask. as ldlloua firmer oecaslon, la it wlse.undertheee crcuml4rra to fritter away the means of tha eliy in eirry Ing through an expensive, bnt oihen 1.- io paratlvely unimportant, undertak if. M h neglect of others of far greater ueriuluestt l hv. air. tn lnnlt In thla fait In bull I il thr fortunesorihe city would l e like pslftiint a house tn the rear while the front Is all iwi-d to go to decay, or like djclorlog a aeratch ii theTtoe whlltf the blood was flowing from an artery A rx l Tlt Hr niTS "V TiirOitAsaa akd Alexan pdia HWiRoin For the weekending iu baiiirdi) December 11, there wero received over tlu Orange, kxandrla and Mauatiae milroud. SOS barrels of Hour. 10.031 bushels of client ti.tlnOuf corn.S.lOSof oats, 1,13 of rye, 11. sacks 01 sumac, w dressed hoire, nnl l.lTJ pounds of slaughtered bcf. tor the inie time thero were received over the AUxmiilrlAa Loudoun and Hampshire rail rind W bartelt of flonr, It.TtW busbrla of wheat. 1.110 of eorn, 51t of nits, and 10,414 I pounds of park. lat.uET aro reportcJ along 1 Hue of c lluJion Hlrr railroad. ProwM nffbo Wotvlc-TaTOSt. One nf ibo must fLiurlsblng tOTDI la Mln nrnu Is Dututh. During the month of No vpnlwr tfbifrs big tHiinuiupluatlon with tbe prtticlptt Amurlttu Hun' an 1 through their agriicr '' tbo whole world, waa eeteb llsbe 1 aud III CMUipUitoo appropriately cele- limtcd. Important enttrprlsss, organlxlag netir'y ono million of fapttal have been started, Including aa Elevator Company, tbo Duluth Dock Compaoy. tha Great Western Mining aod Slate Compaoy, aod a lumber company, enlisting handsome In vestments from tbe principal basinets mea of the place. la letter reoeatly received from that place we leara that tho Bay View hotel has been opened as a first-class house, and tbe acoommodstloas for visitors so long needed can oow be found In a style that would do credit to towns of a half-century growth. The Western Slate Company hare contracted for their buildings and store houses for the accommodation of their work man and storing their sappUcs, aod will pro ceed to open their extensive slate quarries without delay. The piles for the grain ele vator, oa well as the lumber are contracted for. Tbe dsrolopmentof tbe Immense re sources of tba cannery about the bead of Lake Superior Is begtaalof;, and during the next twelve months wIU get fairly under way. Seven months ago the entire population numbered but 110 souls, ftlnco that time 160 buildings hare been erected, among them one hotel costing 150,000, aad another cost log $12,000 1 an Episcopal church which coat $9,000, aod la completed aod organized a Presbyterian church of large size aod modern design which, when completed, will cost some 115,000, tweoty-slx stores, all of which are occupied aod well' stocked with goods; eighty-fire dwelling houses, about half of which are of a commodious size, and one steam planing mill. Blacksmith aod car penter shops are quite numerous. A brewery bas been erected. I learn from the Government Land Office that since the 1st of May, a large number of pre-emptions aod homestead entriss have been filed In that ofltco. ATry largo foreign emigration le expected hero la very early spring. Tbo agricultural resources of tbe country wilt bo fully tested next year one farm of two hundred acres Is being cleared oa tho Lake short, two miles below Duluth, and a more beautiful locality for a farm can not bo found anywhere. At this present writing Lake Superior Is entirely free from Ice at tbla point, aad aa calm and smooth as at any tlma durlag the past season. Tbe United States Express Company aro running weekly between DaJutn aod St. Tiui. The demand for real estate during I'm just month has been active and sales n 1 lu ut advanced prices. Lota la Upper DiiImUi. old town. Minnesota Polot. hare iijtjn lu brisk demand and ready sale at from niu tniixu Hundred dollars eacu. loograo liuf nfcli streets bas been commenced, and la ftnUhfd rr several blocks on First aveoue west an I n Second street. Sidewalks are .!. twin laid aa fast as the weather will prruiit tni tn earae streets. I h-t rll nnl i progressing finely more work wti net tmpllahed oa It durlag tbe tn -Mi 1I1 ni" Ou.,': r than for the two previous in milie. uu I a lark'er amount was done dur- 1'iir Nmiiih-rthiii lr October. Six bun- intkl nnl twenty mi'ti are at mis time em-plitve-t eotieutitly, it ml f (Torts are making to mercasu thu tomi tn mie thousand mea be fore the 1st nf J ii.ue.rr next. If this Is ac tum ihn it I the mi ini in i.r the chief en- .flr.-fr in itiirjuilMt 1 he r vi I will be graded 1 1 in v ty the lot f J fit. 19" -wet iuuv- 11 ithiiiro now mrn-wiie, Httu tt numoer rcjii'tnuiioii 1 ir-, le running dally, aiding n tin- ti.n-tru' t!ui. The dlill uHV-nlwtya occurring In start- lr,.jti new vuinri rise, hare tmen nearly If not .jUi.My ivtrH)ui, and the progress of the utlv ill 11114 nine cannot iui to w anait tory t all interested. Tho driving of the plies and the building of the road from Rice's to Minnesota Point, will be pnahed during tho aoason wbeu tho Ice cets strong enoneh to make It prictlcable. The contract for d rod cine out the bar la tbe Inner harbor will be vigorously prose cuted aa soon as navigation opens In the spring. Everything connected with our railroad and landed Interests here, hare a most en couraging appearance and the next season offers Important Inducements over aoy here tofore for emigrants to secure choice lands aud homes at very low prices. Homesteads can now be secured by actual settlers io good locations, while to the mechanic of any and every description employment can bo assured at remunerative priest. We want laborers and mechanics who are willing to cast their lot among us and settle permanently. To such as aro Industrious and sober, no place la tbe West offers greater Inducements, while to the man of UiCHlcraiO capita. uy"jruiiinc ut iu-aitu la mercantile pursuits of almost every de scription are constantly presenting them selves, and to such as desire to start and I row up with tbe town, offer a fair promise of permanent success. 1 presume yoa know something of the locality! and as Mr. George B. Sargent la tbo banking, exchange, and land agent for liHil. aI.A 1 fi.tla. fnslat Th J. rVanlra .JUlUkU. WUM tn ! "- -J -a wvma, & Co , Henry D. Cooke, Clark. Dodge d: Co., of New York, and other well known firms, it la a guarantee that all business matters entrusted to bis care will receive prompt at tention. Tub lottery war continues In New Vork. ARer tbe appointment of John Morrlssry as receiver of the Simmons' lotteries in place of Ben. Wood, the latter obtatnedna Injunction from Judge Cardazo restricting Morrlssey from proceeding under the order of Judgo Barnard When tbe Injunction was served it was discovered that Morrlssoy bad dis posed of tho property to a brother of Sim mons for tho nominal sum of 133,000 Ihe rate will come up before the courts to-day. Real Estate in Alexandbia. Dr. S. F. Uullck baa sold tbo three-story brick dwell ing ou Prlnco street, between Fairfax and Unval streets. Alexandria, now occupied bv Captain W. H. Dulaay, to R. II. Havener, lor et,e-jv. Wild Dicks. Tho river menrenort lars-e numbers of wild ducka flying southward a ure Indication of tbo approach of cold weather. PlExl.ni.e htrtiet. J I, Nlreet, JNT jsaxjIO AT MARKRITEll'S, V. 1 Jtvtalh IU btl-fftta D and E. r. .M O i'r abate Odd ?ellowa Mall, UltOlUbUll- PAINTINGS, fc.NelKAVI.N'J.i, OHROMOS.AC. AN" Ltrr ! "I ek of VPLIMItMlINrt"i WINDOW SHADLs. I'lJlLIU rKIHbS, PiOTUREOOBD AMI rUS!!. RINttS, NAILS, Ar IN TIIE DISTRICT. fr-TEHM r-H I'lfa.e KxiHwbar :stu aad Nvmbar 1'NHEO STATE" I'MEI OFVICK. 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