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ImU., f lia j BV O.W.DOTKAJCH. AmtlMrt IliMMWi l J G MoQalT A 1)9 ,) cni f c rMkrtvnteTumt u4 xuk itrteii. us4r ai b Tttrn on.MrMefU ! ptM Otmrt of in DlauUl of nolialft,Rtt rM4oauafiftMatkarf DBbtrt'A D E" IVB, Ii ft iki ib.rvit dtpt idttf , mb4rMjHMl 1 738. Eqiilr Daakvl A. U which AUriU ttMwtn wit lOmplAliitt d ttahf 1 BlwtvM, ItMAit, lh ai4rlcii'ts ppoltfl IniMMia f risicar ! crf wiii.oituuuuii. uckmsi v. ipw. ii k lh fMI WMhliiioti klr, DltUtt ktlatr. far th uM kBl mill Hf. DliUIt of tUkU.,1l .14 tBlpft.riof AtdlitlaBnDtrid IJ, Al(hktorthAsl epratrafikid nrlfl Ulria, nn4 rttitav iron haidr thft lro (lui fa M lkIM WatllnMftIiAiro tkaai IHII 19 IBDT ini iltwaQfMt h als tO . thaieh tlflrtB (lit ft.j to Uo plMOof boftotlac r UouldpftMof i lot biflafftfrpat of ifu.t fMloft aortk K ttrt. balwaaa BfxUoith tvo-atoTrfrftnalavantal.hvTOoa ' al44rof "i ." third oflba pvahiia aMt ti Iko Muw lo q nrrnaata it lhfa moaika OMirailbrdaodof trvatoalh pruportr. A dapoali of will b rtflBlrod hi tka Una tho tamp ttlhtOkXt of Uarchiar CHllLU W, BOTlZltt. FlTTVBa BATH. i ' BY THOMAS DOWLIIO, AatHMfi UBOKOKTOVJLJ. AdnUUIrator'aaa ,hotdr of Iko Harbl Orokaaa'roari. 4 . a , or Iko itlrt ttuth, filiMi. At . e . of tfallcioaa W Oaaa, do- Sffi1..MiW.Hrl1itSaVb.tf,B.'.'il,,Jni:r All r Ion ad U ft Cltblalr. Tho atlo will Ink plaaofti bU rornaratora, vt HUNDAT SB XT, Jftaiarr 3, at 14 clock. Tarn of aala aaak 1 1 sapoail of two haidrad ftftdnrir dollars willba raqkltad at aooa aa Ibo lock Uaold ,.. WOLF KADFKA5. AdmlkUlratar TgQg DQWL lOt Aaawaaaor . 4X dta nY COOPKll F.ATI5IKII, Anct'ri. (Baaeaaaoralo J O UcOalrUo, voatbwaat Coraar of Paaart6i fttaaaft Aa4 KlaToatb atrooti Vim o pa from tfAtfarat Hticarald aid n Jaamdaly aaoaatad aai reo.rdaJ U LI bar T a Jtb. 4. oaaol tha t anil 4aarda fai" Ilur run (hart. aad B WftaklaalOB. la tha Itiilrlei f 1 n ai-ihla ovatr ol MlliiWg - aT. lb tmCh darof Jaaaarr, A.D M70. htStMo oloekp, n . a Ua proalao-. to lb hlfhaai bidder, all lht carUla plao or Varcal of and itioiia aad Irlai ta tba ally o' fftiblnrtoaadDlktrla of Oolap.bU.nowaad daarWf oa bo tUI or plan of tald cilr aaLot (To aaj roiarva Ina ambarad 1ft. Toraiaaf ralai ThtrUaa thnaaaad dollar taabt lb rft-ldooattaad II uoaiba, ftacarod br adood af trait, with 10M1 boortai; laioroat U btot aaalai aBdatatapaatparcklwr aaoai Two baa and dot 1 4 a will La raqalrod froia tht pareaaaar al tlnaof aalo. flroiya frM dor of aalo, Ibo propertr will bo vm iii u ibo anianiiii 1 par JUkfilll U HHAUI.K' T. Jr,,rota. , s Latimeb. (lOitVKit daatl atawAJa aaioaaar STOYES. Tka L.tK.I Bloik of ITOVH la Ibo iilj U kl 'anEaoRT's STOVE WAriEIlOOMS. kkdlk.rwlUb.koU from tbl. c.U, Uroukool Ik. Iktlrk MUHi ol (roollT NaH ortk.o - 11 1 iiuEium,,. . M - 343 P.ukif l.klk. kvoooo, d w " n..r fct.kil. UrokU THE NEW EMPIBE UOT AIU, ais, AHP basi Bcsnixa COOXING STOVEl OAST ISO BUI STOIt rou WOOD OB COAI, TACliBD . -, .... r AiATlirfThlrtTpVtMit,nPaat4 a For Salt by WM. H. HARROVER. DS3 SeventU Htreet, aalo if TIt 0 doort horth ofPakiAtra riN imifinia UUVIVH HTOVK FACTORY. 4111 NINTH UTkRHT. ' . J.woeu IJaitifl K. rfl SHIV a HAME AHU HOMUEK OF BTOVr KUUIKT ttUIJI, iftf If 4T0lflBthalrat, baiwaaa Dullt Pnnteri" 0v - PEA0V . Cor. Olh oV D ati.t -, QHlNQTON! O-iriCUL ATTtSTIOH TAID TO FAIKTlBa DllItCFI in LAW CASES 4V rvlBSON BftQc, sfO $? HI f nn. At ith iH ctr lltt It. Jao a ovakiaaiaa. plTiDKiroaB cumiBOBAua Miibtosh, PRINTERS, Woodward BnlMlnj hortli alda of FaBaarWaala tiiiiii ifum ana CkitTtsia Buoaa. Mi Jidi F I (limit " CORNER PcnniylTanlii Avtnuo and Eltunla Blrttt, (Oiar Hokaa A BUaabard'a Slora,) j. 8EC0iD FW0I1, j. Bookbinder! l EDWARD LTCETT, B00K.UINl)EKAIfD PAPER RDLI&. Ni m PaiBirlftalK aaa, batwtoa Ttalk tad Hooka alaiaallr or plalalr botad f rlodlcala tail Btwipipir larafallr atlaadad to. BOBTH, FIRST WARD, WUINQTOII,i O,. KNOW If ABT1IB MACOMB PKOrBKTT. CO . 4 odribT TinittMt4rik b- BBpremeOvOrl el the biatrial of C.lanbls. It ' Will Mil ftl PlMla 1BU. la HZ klakut kll. .rMkK. .I.uikx.-Bnin.... .... .i AtptBtl IMPROVED RAL ItrrATillMatl. 5WISLT ,r ' 1MD AUJOmlM THE fltflTEJ J-T4TE8 fnTXL OM PBSNBIL-V-V(l.AVliC?i ATPbaTlO aDtTlOlrUfl VTEDlflft AT.JA OAfcYUilSTq. , , ' P-t UailM and b vlftua ! a dtad of truit '.'.i . I- 'r11""""' I ffntfrftrfH . vy- af TT Tj Ar u ! 'jf a r war i . ii1 i i e H-tt- -1 " ..-. ww " :. I . - Tpnr.lcr T ..fTTHtT , . , '" ' - -"' ' - "cVa ' ' . JL .." . . "jiwftb'xf MgOLAYXUXDRlES! THOMAS RUSSELL, (liutiMr to B. O. Dj9t C() ' orriRsroRtiLi amsssssssL COXmXJOlV ' WINESLIQUORS, CORDIALS fta '.HAVANA aAAAMJ1"' CHAMPAGNE WINES. rrom tk c.l.bU4 qom or DlIIILllEf; vtBuaoair ik. iimM ma ( t. ii4i'(, k Tarn. , ALIO, ' ''''' ' A CHAMPAQNE IN HALF PINTS, FOR INVALID!, OLD HIE AND BOURBON WHISKIES, AmWcOT' TINE BOOtCirAtrtTOIBft WUISKIEB. BtiVEtllOR OLDTOETB. CII0I04 CLARET AP BIIINE WINES. SPARKLING AND STILL BlTROUNDIES. JAWXlOA AND ST. CROIX BUM. SPQTCH AND ENQLUH ALES, i IRISH AND LONDON PORTER. POPULAR BRANDS'OF LITTLE BELT i fiE94llS.((it f jji XX50U8H TICKLES UND SAUCES. FRENCH PEAS UND MU3I1E0OMS OLIVE OIL OF THE FINEST QUALITY. DRONSON'S ENOLIBH AND ROUUEFORT &!4dU 256 EESHBTIVAHt A ATEHUS, For Silo or ?"S . .Ii ?0R EBHT-ATIRSt class norm 01 1? Iforth F airaat. batwaaa ElaTaalh aad Twalfih itraaU.tfa. 110ft, Tko Iioimiu all tbo aaodora iraai. IDS. caavaalaaaaa. . a ad haa rocaatlr baaapol la thai agkropalr PoMoaalof uat JaiutljL Aprlf J T alraala fkniwi.lla I ha Patnat ttaiaia. kliu tlaao wladawaad dooro -.iaqnlr-af f!loBd llatal aad atavautala Tata n) a It haa laraa KoV . iaiaa VWB MfVaia oaaof Ihoaoiwo i kmm latalj ballt, aad ooa iftiBiBiaaiooa parlor iToabaaibari.dlBlBf rooto. kllahaa. olaaaaA aollaJi balk roan. a.( aaa aad waiar ppif to .. i r utiiki FB IALB -THE FIH E AND LARUE -OUMB, ooraar Twaatf flftb aad at otroota. JR . . Ilk lana itrdaa atUabod l.EM fatt, Oa, Waur, 'fitth RrtrpalalkohABaa ipplr a JOhBFB H. arriabu a, mo roaaifiTaaiaaYaaao. aal lw l1...!!!!!.!. iiu.ii aHltafila ai a board la f kaaao f oaMpaa tbb. Dooaaibtr 1 ppiF ai aftstwa vv, m tJioutiai ttoaaa. BOTlkVtf SHXA?JM AHDBOMBLT FUEEIIHBD a AToaa. avaju doaliiof parmaBafti "-i"T"i."v. i".i--. .:a .ul.iSfai-iDrir.ihk.TbUtiAAaa PU aao, rairoatcara lanio DuaraaraaaooaiBioo' I?IKEFTTRKI8flID ROOMS FOR R KMT-IS A daatrahla lAealmn linnlr. al Ma HaVB M abotl, aaai FUUoalh, Y70R R11T -AS ELEOANTBHITt OF ROuMB X wllh Hath Hnnm aad Wilir fllnaal atlaaKa aipo.aavaral vlafla Uooioafor canUanan Applj al 448 ThirUatuh. oaal atdofawdoora aarlh r fc PSC mmi M IENT-HA1DBU1 'rbllHUilSD IT1' imiawUboatboard, aiatli adUaaaToaaa biTJA lAljl AT. nab Aia,IT UUUII all UA1V la Iha mill daairahla laaaitaa aad aalablbiia bond latha cltr Totma llbaral laqalro at Ho iao I air at, batwaaa lhutolti had XHaaloaaib 4i .vvatr a VI ana lliaviavi. 1. I...III if- .A....ki 1 VOSrn AT BIAlbll 30 If 30 Elllilh Btml wait, bal laadK I?0R ALE-mREB BTORT BRICK HOUIB. I oa Atarrlaad araaaav naar tba eoraar of Slith airaat, laland U11, hot aad eold walar tftBit, tra plaao haa tar, narblo tnaatala, all la ITikiiiwii, piioa ataata ua ) vi , aaa aad wtlir aad room for Ihfaa karaaa WHITk aoia ftnaap ivr aaaa act 11 tniarj Want. Klroor falnyti or Iha DapartnaBl kat B)taanaath f Danartmaata I villi naa- aal af bit dmb pockat f0 a noatb far aao f ar 1 Ho la a varr eon rta at aad worth 7 Tunag ma a. J 1 topablUaaOaVoft. da St" ' ClnUilBf, UadaV ClotklBf. B00U, a aawaiaa' uin a ai B00U. Hhoaa. Ita.. Mm. viqiikiii anaai, twiwMi Liana m airvaia, isir door 'rwBi Voaaf Haa a Ckrlatlaa Aiaottiatloa Mlaaaa Q and K alraoila. IbifA Yobbi Haa a Ckrlatlaa AiaiatloB S. B -AF oU br Mall proatptlf AUaadtdio BEBSBSjBBBB (pararaOmaat baalaaaaBaw.iiihtaad proAlAb a foraoaaof allharaax aaillraara fromW caatalo i par oTaaiaf. aad a proportioaal mm br da vottai Iholr waolo llaia to tka baalBaaa Dora and llrla aara paarlj aa amth aa aaa Tbat a 1 what thla taal ica ni.riigg .nair aaaraaa turn pbi aaaii. wa niitiiii aatra Mot wait aattaAa ti laoiaa'art To a a eft ad ai to par for . t ton rani ramaaaal, profltablo work, addro"' a C. tl.l.an ai Kjj . aaiaita. aiaiaa. VITAIITED-MBW AMD OABT OFFOLUTHIKQ IBO. tU of 1 1 old uoid aad burar. or aar otaor ariiai Tftiaa. ai ao a ia ... 'lAM- , IDLIl k.ff.al Boarding. La i)o-ahiino. 1 niirm hmitii, orLokdokkOooklr. Vk . bkffloa; r.atd lloaio Bo. .13 Tv.lh kira.1. b.lw... n kod E itr.ai. aa. mad coraplal. arraafaiaa.u for KBBHlIia A lrlAKT CLASS BOAKlTfau IIODHB HT TBB DAT Oil MOHTkl Balk rooma oa all floora Boofflk alotlo or la aklta. wllk or wltbonl bokrd Table Board, TWENTY DOLLARS PER MONTH, AT BOTOE'H DININU.ltOOMI, 43S PasairlTkalakTBBS,b.lwkaa Foar aad a dacU Ul balf kkd Elilh alraala I MBIT 0L1M TABLI BOkBD CAB BI HAD 1 al Ibo AHBBIOAH I10UBI. eoraar of BaTaaik alraotaad faaaarlfaala kiakaa far t'0 par taoatk kaplt tm Loit andFouni, STRAYED -CAMETOMTHOUSEOB TUESDAY Blfbl Daeombar tL 1. a Urea aorral hoiao blaio faco wblto hlad !. aollar uarka oa ihoal. dor. looko to bo aboatUor ll yoara old, Tht owitrMi hbto on aoraa or aoniai lorwaio. proTtVf prOMttf, PhFllf aharcaa MdUkJaf U a war wbi,uvbu tif.ni f Raar Bbbiji1 P1ac, aait af Uaaalsi a Urltlia de St 1 Financial. JAY COOKE dc CO. jiniiHTn btsht. orrosiTX tbb TBUBOKT. par aad aall al oarraat narkat rataa, akd Baap coaaUallr oa baad a fall aopplr of GOVERNMENT" BONDS, SEVEN.TUIRTIES, ABD COMPOUND INTEREST NOTES. Ordarafer Stoeka. Boada. Aa . aiacaUd, aal aat laatlaaa mada oa all aeaaialMa polala. Skatea. SKATES, J 45 l'tBDarlTaolftaraaDa, IfaarSaTaBthiti'Kl j ., j. . m - r -t . ... . i ... Mfrtaftath itri aoA f Miaoiaur aaaoa dadlllathal' aA. wiiimiTOri ricn hid upmiioiir. QJrTmAl3,s4iri llcXt?. jcilerddT wr 1330.512 48. CoktMitiiMBa Fiibbb ntaraed (torn Mt UUICkrUtnuThlt oo'Twarfjt.'arid wai kt tka rlent OfflM y,tterJx. ' ' mwssmim!!s& 000 Id cola rrom Ban Franclaco to New Tori throtif k tk Bank of CaUforaltjU- 7 . Coniciricair-A nmltUnet of 155 Co to Iha coot;Iann fnnd of lhoMTreMurj Wat rtctirea iromc k.tioouornui vanconrtr, WMhlBtaTerrnoTj'.'yeiUrdaf. A wuu . H l-J ' 1 SriciAL Aonm' Oomnsaiosa All tha ltclalajaiiU9HhPortC,nc DcpartmtDt hair hemm fBawnamlaatiaiud rom tkavlat of jADurr.'cvBt) ,' rod "Ileal nUd.'Hfttr MiAt t)ftU th "jrro 4eli'wlII b of no aetdtint. jA Cilf nonti.-w i jj TrWITATBlCWT that tb BU Looll peoblA lnUnd to denuvDd lb Wablnctoa cam! Id U07 UiKUk .mart tfctauoiia'' Fair hu not oh a MMUmoMaaw t T .k.j at...-. .a.-s 4 dyt QriTB a numtwr of AppotaU&AnU of l&ntt offlccn. pentloa agtatav Ac imdr tha Ir-( ttrlor Departna&L will b bt to the tWta from the rdtdtjiiV Very aooa after the rcit- "rawiirHio. j,.. Th pirsUiimS itATtmtV tbktlHon. DadWD. rrAtt,UD.t4et4dQAtor froo. IodUoa, h teo4ert4 nu retlgTiAUoo, U tw tborlutinlj denied. Nelthtr does he tatead tomlgn. ! r I ,', v . AaOLLrOETaiAJ)WIW0Ci)LOULa m a flute into the Union baa ween prepared, and ni be Introduced wheaCooffreM rt ataemblei. A Imtlar blft hai'twlce pati id Congreef.tmt failed Dctilline,,to receive rreitdeot Johmon'e etgnatare. Xiedt Com. W."N. Atia4reporUtotbe Narj Department the arriTal of the United Bute iteameriiBjraUrA at Asplnfrftt De comber ltth,aftera puiace of eerenteen dayi under eali from Neaj Tork. and lbt he would tail from that place for New Tork In about a week top that riatevi n !' Ja lPTl.JllW-f V Cohmiiiiors Madb Oct. Judge Rlch- ardioo.the actlnff BecreUrjof tbe Treat ur, wae btull employed Ja Blfnlnf; the commlaAlons for cnitomt and rarenue offl cert appointed dorlnr the recew of CosgreiB and recentlj confirmed by the Senate. Tha number wai nearly liro hundred. CracuLAia tn NawarApaai .The post Office Deoi.rtment hae receotlr recelred copied of newipaperi enclosing; printed clr calarii with tbe reqneit that a doclilon la regard to the pottage on them be made, and the Information bat been returned that the are chargeable under the lawe with letter poetage on both the paper aad circular. Irduh Accounts ih OEiaoH-.-yllrl R. p, Earbart, of Oregon, haa been' appointed a temporary clerk la tbe Interior Department, and will be awlgnedl to duty la the eiaml? nation of certain Indian claim agalolt tba GoTemmeut, coming from Oregon. Mr. Earbart'e thorough knowledge of Indian matter in Oregon led to Ms selection for tha position. Liax-T. Con mahder.' Edwik Wiutb haa been ordered to doty in the Hydrograp&lo Office, at Washtogtoo, D. C , on the 10th of January nen, ana uoauwam ruup' j. MlN lerto tha Benlplaj, 9a the out of January next) Assistant Surgeon Andrew M. Moor Is detached from tha navel hospital, Phila delphia, and ordered to the coast inrrej steamer Dibb, and becond Assistant Engineer Enoa U. Lewis from the Bangui and granted sick leaTt. Dispatches' hare been received at tho Nary Department from Rear Admiral Jos. Lanman, commanding tbe South Atlantic fleet, of his arrival on board tbe flagsblp United State steamer .Lancaster at Fun cbal, Madeira, November 31st, after aa ex tremely ue pleasant passage of thirty dajs from Hamptoa Roads. The Tassel expe rienced soma very heavy weather and ad versa winds by which she waa forced off her course so as to tight Santa Uarla,offthe jkaoree. Tbe ship waa to remain at Punchal nnttl the 26tb of November, when It was hit intention to proceed to the coast of Brazil. .- a-- Old Documeuti (Not Rare.) a ques tion of considerable Importance hat been submitted to tbe Acting Secretary of the Treasury a to what shall be dona with tb accumulated documents printed for the uso of that Department, but no longer needed by reason of tho modification of tbe, lawsrdcc. The superintendent of the Government printlag ofSce think the binding might be reused, but tht printed matter haa no ralue except a waste papor. In one Instance there Is an accumulation of book that cost tbe Government over $25,000, that are now perfectly useless. . The Uiutart ud tub Iktinai. Rite wtm Orricaaa. It appears from reports generally published bat tbe 'Wat Depart ment ha declined to furnish troops to assist In collecting- the revenue in Southern State where thtre U any conalderabla opposition. The Commissioner of Internal Revenue state tbat the War Department does not refuse to assist the Internal revenue officers, but that opposition bat bean mad to detail ing troop for thl specific purpose. la con sequence of the report above referred to there has recently been a more defiant atti tude assumed bj certain Tennesseeans, and the presence of a company of infantry .has la Bomt cases been absolutely necessary. In all such cases troop will be sent by the general commanding the department to assist and protect the officer In tho dls cbarge of their duties Tax on Articles Mavctacturcd ia the lMDiATnBiToaT. Some lime since lb United States District Attorney for Arkan sas notified Commissioner Delano tbat to bacco was being extensively manufactured In tbe Indian Territory, and shipped to neighboring States and territories, without the Government deriving out ceut revenue. On Tuesday, 8nperrior McDonald, of Ar kansas, notified the Revenue Bureau tbat he had seized a large tobacco factory In that territory for evadlog the revenue laws There being no organlced Infernal Revenue collection districts In any of the Indian rsservatlons, hitherto do tax ha been col lected In such districts upon tobacco, snuff, cigars, spirituous or formtoted liquor but as such articles, manufactured in the Indian country, reached tbe State for market tbe tax has beenltvled and collected. The question now comes before Commis sioner Delano at to the authority to seize and bold tbe establishment, as It Is argued tbat tb Indians and tho product! of tbelr country are exempt from taxation. The Commissioner hold tbat the collector has the authority to go Into the Indian reserva tion and selso manufacturer engaged In evading the revenue laws, but whetbtr tbe power exists under Ibo Indian treaties to enforce tbe collection of tax la that country be ba not determlotd. Tht qucBtlon then c- ".j . - v- Washington, tt a, thuri?day,,hecember 30.1W" arlset whether tha treaty-mftl power if greater tban the legislative one, cvjahetbet tbTSeoateha the power to tnakeV treaty which tliei abort the acta of Coogrea to tha extent ofptohlMUog'tha fectioaLof the! revenue .The act of July 90, 1848, Settles. 107. prtrrldea tbat tha loUrual reran law Imposing tax on distilled, epWU, farm sated liqao, totweco, auff, and elpra, ehtUlba baUaod construed to extend to sash artl cleaprodncatlny where wttnU the exterior, brfuaaarlu of the United. U-hs, whether theeame shall ba wlthm ooUectlon district orooC New Tmajs Racxrnoir at to Ixecv- TiraMAirtiowf Th announaament 1 made by authority that ai ll o'clock a-m , on New YeuVDAt( ( Saturday, lit of January, 19TCI j the President win receive the mem- ben of the Cabinet aad Foreign Minister. AllI.30p'eIocka m. tha Jadgeeof iha Supreme Oourt of the United1 flutes, Bena torsaad'alepreaenUUrfa la Congress, tha Judge of the Supreme Court of tho District of Columbia and of tha" Court of Claim will be received. A. 13 o'clock) the officer of the army and navy and Marloe corps will ba received. At 13.15 o'clock, the associated soldiers of the War of 1612 aad member of the Oldtst Inhabitant Association of the District of - Ce4umWarw.il be received. ' 'The rpUoQ0f elUwnt will commence at it put twelve p. m , (at which time the gatee of tbe locloaur will be opened,) and wilt terminate at two o'clock, p nu Ladle will be received. Carriage will approach the Executive Mansion by the easurn gate and UaTe by the western gate. TAX Oa Savors Am Baoxiss. A com- nlttea bf the Board of Brokers of PhUadel. phi were at tha office of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue yesterday In reference to bis .ruling on the Ux oa banker and brokers. It appear tbe revenue officer of tbat city UaTe assessed all who act at agtnU la the salt of stock at brokers, and Mr. Thomas Diddle, the chairman of the com mlttee, in presenting the case, said he thought the officers had construed the Com missioner1 ruling literally, when he be lieved that those who merely acted at a cents In finding purchasers, whether selling or buyiog, were not Included within the ruling. Tba Commissioner said he had no reason to change tha ruling Agent lor the sale of stocks, aa such, were not liable to the Ux assessed on baaktre and broker and the revenue officer alone could properly judge whether they came within tbe meaning of tne uw. 11 waa a matter whicn must be left entirely to the judgment of the local revenue officer. Tan European Mails. Tb difficulty about tne foreign mall servlco does not con elst limply la the refusal of the Canard line to transport tha malls at tbe reduced rates. but there 1 a refusal on the part of the four principal Unci now carrying thtm, rtsi the Hamburg, North Oermaa Lloyd, Ionian and Cnnard to carry then. It It believed at the Department that Post master General Cretwtll ba already effected arrangemeoU with tbe National line and William & Galon's Liverpool and Great Western line, to that the malls will go for ward a usual. The steamers of these Hoe are making their trip with gnat regularity, but being freight vessels occupy a day longer in making tbe trip. The Anchor Hue to Glasgow and the London lino are also available if needed, but It Is believed that tbe two line named, the one tailing on Monday and the other on Saturday, will afford ample utilities ror mo transportation 01 the foreign malls. By the recent posUl arrangemenU two cents on each single rate letter Is allowed for ocean postage, which, as the lettersaverage, amounU to nearly a dollar a pound, a very liberal price If looked upon at freight. If payment for the transportation of tb malls Is to bo made la the light of a subsidy, It Is quite probable some American line will put In a claim for it. Tbe reduction of the rates on the mails from Great Britain will not affect two of tbe lines the Cunard and Inman at tbey now receive a snbsldy from the British Govern ment. Tbe Hamburg and Bremen lines wilt have to transport the English malls hither at tbe reduced rate or turn them over to the Canard and Ionian lines, which are subaldlaed by the British Government under a contract for ten year. Should the formtr reuse to Uke the English malls the British lines could well afford to carry them for tha prestige it would give them at mall steamer and tb injury it would work In crippling rival lines, and could result la serious injury to the German lines. A to the pita put forth that the rates are not re munerative. It Is only necessary to compare tbe amount, about IS.OOO per ton, with the amount charged on regular freights, say about 110 per ton. The Wooan, Notes & Co. Swindles The Nw Tork VTorUl and fome other paper have taken ocu.u. to critic lis what they term tbe "confiscation" of lciu.a 18Qt to tho bogus swindling firms la New Tork ana elsewhere. These letters are not confiscated la the sense Implied) neither Is tb matter left, as stated, to the discretion of tbe post masters. Tbey are sent to the dead letter office, where they are examined and tbe contenU returned to the write rj so tbat the only persons who can complain are the bogus firms who have by their circulars In duced greenhorns (whose morals are thus shown to be none of the best) to remit money la txpecUtlon of being thtmselvtt tbsswlndlers Instead of belngswlndled. Tbe New York gentry have visited the Post Office Department to tndeavor to induce the Postmaster General to countermand tblt order. They urge tbat their tchemes are of such a character that no honest man will reply, and that the Department should not Interfere when the only ones to be the losers are those who have shown a disposition to defraud tbe public generally. Tblspleals met by Gen. Terrell, the Third AsslsUnt Postmaster General, who has the matter specially la charge, tbat tbey place the tempUtlon before Ignorant and unprincipled men, many or wnom are quite young and likely to learn a good lesson from tbelr present experience. They then Inquired what General Terrell would advise them to do, aad were promptly advised to go home and eugsge In some honest and houorab'o business. To show tbe extent of the correspondence, It Is only necessary to state that no less than eighteen pout nutters who had written to Wogan A Co , setting forth their "superior facilities" for "shoving the queer," have been removed In consequence of the expo sure of thetr correspondence. A letter written to this firm from Hon. (1) Mr. Wimpy, of Georgia, originally published In the New York Tribunt, bas been very ex tensively corilod and commented upon. This letter, with tbe other published, as a glance at tbelr dates wilt show, were not exposed through tbe dead letter office, but were picked up In the streets of New York and taken to tbe Trlbunt office by the Coder, so tbat Mr.WImpy Is Indebted for the exposure, which he so richly deserved, solely to the caicleiiacss of hi worthy a jk, la tee. THE MM PYQABLES Jtuttorc. a r.allU.oT la lta A.Vr.ack Mlkla. Htr7Dall.at.a.lar at.tatl 'rreoia.aa.rt. a.aai a. Trial f Traaaa.aaBpa4.iji .f , 1 rkala.MlalaMi -ratt.-irtba dT.ra.a.al ..nia-t aaa a KlaMT Ik.r will Tnr.wr Tk.raa.lTM l.l.a a.aafcll. Ilnlk .r th. Pr.aM.at XlMtarawHaarlaaali ' Piu,pc W.-iCount.Mapolton, Darn aadLonla Jowph BoSctj ekleftj of tha loft centre, bato retoaed to eater th, sew mloU- , Jt U nsortnl thMTaJhoaeland tVigrlt, membora or th. Right Centre, hare alio rt Rued. IlllcortlntbjaMt-.e, thepreaonl Tlaaaaeliaotta ri la Btmf, Minltluriof Wari lafl'Almlnl Renault. KUtetu ot Mo rlM, wUi retain thtir sotltlont. ' ' Tb, trial ot Traopman, for tha mirderof ana anox nuniij, waa contlnnai lOHlAr. A Dunber of wUn&ttoA waro exAinln,4. WhU TmnDmaa admit, hit (Bill ha per. title that iber, vera aocompUoea la, th, crlBM, but rtfaeed to giro th, namea. ' Public Intereit la tha roanlt U br to nuana abated. PAW, p,!.28, It. Itonhei hat been, ap polntad prealdent of tba Bentte. Uadbid, Dec. 23 Zorllla, Ulaltttr of Joatlee, toada aepeech at Albaecta yeetar iij, wherein he declared If tho QoTarsraeat cannot Una a Xing thejr will throw, them eelTea Into tha arma of a republic. LcBtam, Dec. 18 Victor BnlTr, of th, prortoce of Taad, Fretldent-eleot of Swltser. land, died jtlttrdaj. , ECBETART Bosmuvi xepa. ic- Tk.Tr.aalll.a P.rl.ol .r lb. Valla late). fraleaa er aia-t.a , ..a r-kdjT T. Fl.al Uajald.ll.a .rib. rahtl. Debt H.l Dlalaat Th. OITar .fib. S.ndwlah lal.-da Kafalaiaia rroja.al riaaaal-a tlvav ll.aa AT.Kad. Boitok, December N. SocxeUrj Boat wall lectured before tht Mercantile Library AuocUtlon thlt arealni, oa the traniltlf.n period of tho United Sutea, A fair audience wai pretest, Inclndloi'manj lnUrttted la finance. Th, lecturer rertewed the ciutee of the lata war, claiming that If tha Booth relied oa Its owa rceourcee alone the oonteat would hare been only half at long. He aliened that Stanton did at much to aecara the Union Tlctory at any toldler who fought at Oettyetrarg. Th, epeaker pralted the late Mr. Peabody, whoee munlaccnce, he laid, helped popular education at tha South. Tha agitation of tho labor quettlon al tha North had opened op tha Immeaie agricultural and mining reeourcea of tha Booth. Th, create ottholaat ten ycara had I Ink iIIM.hI.Iu . I... .,...u. . .1 -.1 m.uiw..iu-fi I..IUI vuiuion;o,croa.igagi araet debt, and a ejatem of bnrdensome tax ation, but etui there wai a large balance to tha credit of tbe nation. Tho final liquida tion of tho debt U not remote. He had rea- aooa to bellete that the Sandwich Itlandt were aoi Ic-g ago- TiffaeJ ua, but wero re- ruaed. Tazatloa ehould be reduced aa aoou at poaalble, though with Hi taxation meant the exllngutehmcnt of th, public debt, with Europe the eupport of a atandlng army. England'e American coloalea had yet to accept American Idcae. The lecturer waa frequently applauded, though tome dlseppolntment wat apparent at the aroldanco o( the tpeelal financial toplce now generally dltcuaicd. A niab.na.t Ca.lomcr Nbw Yoke, Dec. S9 In NoTemher latt Bamuel Oppenhelmer, claiming to bo an Ohio merchant, obtained ISJ.OOO worth of goode from Simon Mack A Co., and other firmt of New Tork, under fall, pntencet. Subsequently a check for 11,000 paaaed by Oppenhalmer prored to ba worthlett, which led to tb, dUcorery that he wae a twlndler. Detcctlre, tricked him to Philadelphia, Bal tlmora and other places, and two dayt ago Mick A. Co. received a letter from him offer ing to compromise for f 30,000. Dctectlret were sent In pursuit. Tb. T.led., W.ba.b, .ad W.al.rn Railroad C-aolldalloa ProJ.el Aba.d.-.d Cutblabd, December 29 At a meeting of the stockholders of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern railroad to-day, to oon elder the quectlon of consolidation with the Toledo, Wabash, 'and Western Railroad Compaay, only a tmall informal rote wae cast, the consolidation project harlog been practically abandoned tomo weeks since. Oaalbs rrota Tr.eblaa. CDIClao, Dec. W A special dispatch from BetTlderc, 111 , to the TVfOMrvf says three of a German family, living twelve miles southeast of tbat city, bad died from eating trachlna pork. Eht others are prostrated from tbe same cause, and all will probably die. Tho trachlna can be seen In immense numbers In the meat, and alio In the flesh of those who bavo died Tb. IT.tr T.rk Vaarfa .d Ih. Rail way C.a.. New Turk, Dec it About sli o'clock this tv.-iny x. O. Dougherty, receiver of the Atlanta and u.i Western railway, under an order of Judge Baru-.t 0f the Snpreme Court, attempted to force his way Into the office of tho company, on Broadway, tad waa arrested. He waa subsequently re leased at tha request of Judge Barnard. An Ocean Tncbl Uaea. Nbw Toar, Dec. 99 Arrangements have been completed by cahlo between James Gordon Bennett, Jr , of New York, and Mr. Asbbury, of Brighton, England, for an ocean race between tho yachts Dauntless and Cambria the race to take place July 4th, neit, from the old head of Klnsale, on the Irish coast, to Sandy Hook, for a plate of 250 pounds. Tba Mleaeurl Iron Intereal. St. Louis, December 29 A petition me morialising Congress not to reduce tbe pres ent tariff on Iron has received tho signa tures of many Iron manufacturers of this city and other points In tbe State. Tbe Iron men bere have Invited Dr. Wm Elder, of Philadelphia, to visit St. Louis and de liver an address on the Interests Involved. Tba Now Tork Drawbar b Framla New Tore. Doc. 29 -Col Wbltoly. chief of the secret service division of the Treasury ueparimcni, says no bas instructions from Washington looklnc to tho emrlovmtnt of S. S. BUtcbford at a Oorernmout witness In the drawback frauds. D latch ford has shown no Inclination to turn State's evidence Baiiroad Accident MaurniB, December 29 Tho Western freight train of the Memphis and Charleston railroad ran off the track, near Corinth, yes terday morning, smashing several cars, kill- l-. ,..)... i ...i it... . .(.g urMui.u, am uuuiy injuring a con-. ductor. New York none Market. VT V i t .. .. I .ir.t .una, uecemoer sv aioney very atrlntrant Rnta r,aaa.lau.lilJI... J.n VIOUS tlmCS. and tha ffir Tiler lIBTfa of thfl ....w,,u. vvui'vitvutiuuii.uuuiiuuu, Rrti.th iii f.ti.i;.. Vi. -. -, i- .-i.-. Z. quire more muy oi tue neignoort as to tbe 104513 per cent, E.cha.go heary, lower , K.T.'' th:Si:J, "wrt'eu bV h"?!, oman'e antece'dent. II V. a.cerialned 8'Sj;. gold dull and heavy, closed 1110). former m.st.ri f lo .J"w th.l7re.dSm Vo. U , Si.f'C i,';!i'Sm' ,wh? Q1.UM loud, weak, mi , ,1 .,. d.slro, ludu.ir,.-.v. i. 3 n't ghbo'lnBBeil JVnJ iu'n ghIn . MM BASK Ofc-AlaCAvTIOH. aUUkawat .r UM 1ti.niia.r-Tk." If" Wl" . K-OM0I IO...a ,Th. D.rk.ni.- c.ablow Aatlasiatt lada.Kj,.M,aaUM,a . v 0 Niw.Toax, Deoambar W-vrha urresUga- tlOD. Of th. danUealLu. In In. U.1.V....I Bank haa (one to far at to hittfy tha state ment On Iha part ot U,. Calltudar, Iha JJa. llonal Bank examiner, that tha loss to tha bank K leaa than $100,000, ant Way not caad ,50,000. IaanyaTtata'kajtjIt win BOtitcaeoTaronVthlrd of Ikaaurpluof the bank at Iha last auaHarIItlaln. It la asserted npoa good Authority thai or- u.u.a uaaiey.m DTomer or the cashier, waa A largo deroaltor, And at Umaa larrelr em. draw hit account. Ilia boalaaaa tMaila. II u. A . . .- ... -.. ". iu,cv. aaionsuM, aaa no recently (ailed. 'A part of hit overdraft, f.toa baak wtu recover by means of securities held bf than. Oakley's property and sureties will also go far towards maklnt- 'no tha1a. cult., i. on duty1 at tha bank assisting la untangling uira, ana u is uos probata, that criminal proceeding, will ba Uken agalntl him. Th, assertion that "r)oeulatlonl, have bean going on for year, la contradicted, at tht hooka are examined yearly by a competent committee, and el tbe last, anamination th affairs of tha bank ware correct, rBOM(THE rAcxrio SLOPS. Ballraad Oal.bratl.a-A B.w III larr D.parlae.aS-W.rk aa lb. at.aaahl. aad XI Paso Bead Cm. taaaera. SAkT TAAkTCItCO, Doe. 39. Tht eomnla. tlon of tha first section of th, Oregon rail road waa celebrated yeeUrday by an excur tlonoTtTthoroadt. Ben Hollldtywat on, ( tht lovlttd guests. u la rumoredlhat Bomthtra California and Arhtona will he made a? department under the command of General Jeff. C. Davit, with Ika. la.a.u .ad . ' Muutiuavi .era Kb oa uiego. It Is officially sUted that arrangemeoU have been perfected for the commencement of work on the western division of the Mem phis aud El Paao railroad, between Fort Tama and San Dlege, early la tha spring. ocn BDRorHaa haiu. r. Creawell FJ-da Meaaia or (Don tot I UK Tha oa. New Toex, December M Postmaster General Creswtll, It U understood, Informed the committee of the result of tbenegotla. tlont entered Into by him with thoTarioui compeUng AtUntio Unas for the carrylnr of , wuiawi wkca maiis, lie exoiainad at some length the different offer made bw tha companIerepreented,and stated that the oest uteresu of tho Government would be subserved by the employment of the North German Lloyd. It Is reported he has con cluded a contract with th William, .c. Union and North German Lloyd lines. TIBUiaiA. ActUM e-rtta HeMilBv Win; t tk KepubUean Parly Baararall; Ad alaalM nicaMOSD, Dec. 89 -The StaU central committee of the seceding wing of the Re publican party bas prepared a bill to be submitted to Congress, providing that the Legislature shall meet and Uke only th oath prescribed In the 14th amendment, and go on to elect State officers and Judges, af ter which It shall adjourn andlu work be submitted to Congress, and If approved the But then to be admitted. IlaUHOlS. X-ara lesresis In lalarnsl Bevaaat Omr. Falnar Defnaea laComuii. foMbrmale Notary Pnblfc Cnrcioo, Dec. H9 The total collections made la this district, Chicago and Cook county by the United Bute revenuo collec tor during 1883 foot up 17,691,100 a gain of 13,738 703 over the previous year. Gov. Palmer decline to commission Mrs. Myra Brad well, of this city, noUry public, for the reason tbat an official bond would be necessary, and being a married woman, she Is legally lucapacluted from giving the bond required. THE HAHDWICU IftLAN DS, Beaig-naftaH of tha Hlnlaler or For lajn A fTa Ira- Urand Ball on Boa rat tha Hobtean Bah Fbancisco, December SO Advices from Honolulu to December 8 have been re eel ved. Tbe King had accepted tbe resigna tion of De Rovlgny, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, No successor has' yet been ap pointed A ball was given on board tbe United Btsles steamer Moblean, at which bis Maj esty the King aud a nnmberot distinguished dlgulUrlcs were present. Tba Uenlaekj-ConiMlaelon ana Ibo Bnaalan Fair. Lo cia villi. Kt., Dec. 29 Gov. Curttn, the American Ambassador at St. Peters burg, writes that tbe Russian Fair 1 to be national, and only for tht production! of Russia. Btveral crowned beads of Europe had accepted an InvlUtton to be present. The commission appointed by tbe Louisville Commercial Convention will, therefore, not collect specimens, but devote their whole attention to tbe question of emigration, as devolved upon them by a reiol otlon of tbat bad,. Tba WlBa.nrr Illfflcnltlea Chicago, December a special dis patch from St. Paul to this city suya the cause of Governor McDougall's retreat from Wlunepeg was the result of an lo ten low between McDougall and Donald Q, Smith, of the Hudson Bay Company, and the col ony for a time reverted to the control of tbat company. The Comauches claim that the Insurrection was incited by Americans, and tbe balf breeds can give no reasonable cause for their revolutionary acts. Cottom if tpe South In lookloe over an old volume of tbe Southtrn Quarttrly It vieu the other day we were entertained by the perusal of an able article showing tbat the American cotton crop depended upon the slave system of tbe Boulbsrn Sutcs. and tbat without slavery there could be no cot ton We should probably have been half convinced br Its armimenU had we not. after reading It through, happened to lay our band on a Journal of much later date containing ine Bouiuera estimate ot tne Southern cotton crop of the current year The arguments of 1&59 lookod so absurd when placed In presence of tho facts of 1809, that we could only grieve over the loss of so much Ingenious reasoning as the Southern writer had expended In the composition c( hit article. Whether tbe Southern cetton product o tbe year be under or over three millions of bales, there, at all events, were millions of bales produced without tbe labor of a single slave nay, produced wholly by freemen, a lares proportion of whom were hlirV freed men 1 he slave systsm, on which, wo coK.sinlis. , TTcru bu uubu vq.u, iuo couoo crop was en Id n.i .. . . oanny ooutn, ana is stui garnered and mar- i"c.a A X!""" ror. ?. "cn, ' U.l""!:0"'"'0?..""'1""??. the world In a few vara th. annual nrrt- ' ..... , " a. ."... UUCfc w,u asanroaiy exceed tuai or auy pro- r ' ' 'n 1 1 i ma iii ii"niini mi 1 1 INO.20. Tfca JMatM f W Tark. A reporttr af the Ntw TorkTaraUhu oeea viaitiag the oity on the wok, which oodptlsee that parti oa of New York koqnded by Tortlcth and Porty-flm streeU and Ninth and Eleranth aeaauea. The tollowlne ex- ItracUframhla deacripdoa wilt show that UMtraarebtbtr thlngttto b seen In New Tort than the extraragaa. display of uroaawayi fA-'o'flock lit th afternoon, after th - -. Nuisv, aainiawiv-asa. TaUaSOCaUtV wasreacbed. Nearly all the aquatter aw Sith? JPI,S JUhi on ftw f " mora bate riiaaaa .heir lot. 'The hut stlba hat been torn down, aid noTr"?"!. ttatn except, tha trrcgula r'aorfac? Ji iS, rock which ttrral thelrlpple taatfloeV. ocoeana sella, jrn neighbor, dlUgtt to Mini Anl n. .u.. -I lk?i . " " . r-"' v "o .v.uD-w ku arageay aaa ra- -. h"iwik.j;" wwwi wim many ao dlilout. SarrouifdlfagUaracluittradonan sides numerous hits of a very Inferior class. "I oojiawtm watapproMuo, rrom which tha louudt of drunken revolt Issued. A a It aaraa aasbj M .! I 1 . -1 . . n ue. w m YiMmmvu voice warDieai Pre tomm fron alorlovs DubUa w?rif hatStha rio-eroai flag ' Aadbrlak-aUVbaiwkUka The balance of the song wat lost, for at that moment quick? sharp growls warned the sergeant, wbo waa In adraric. Af th presence of an enemy. A moment later two leroioua oops rusoea mm. under the Shanty andsnappetTsavagslrathltcasslmerepanU. A few well directed blows from tbe ser geant' stick sent the canine enemy howlioa . .saw, HUstwi., iiuiu wmcii mar revenge ful eyes peered out up6n u like star from a cloudy firmament. Bcarcelv hA tha Ac been vaoqulthed when more dangerous oe- uiioa ucaviou. a um ar waa pnsneu open, and with a blasphemous cry of "Phat the h 1 are TO doln beral fiVt awa ran fornlnst me door or ba tha tin iFrt.w t aana iu put a winaow in yer carcases,' -iuoica aaa m woipan armea with club tn.if lhp..l..l. J -. a - witanw.. uvu.uuahra.iuua. Uur hanila InatlnMl.af lim.hui ..- i - ,. , .v-vmvu vui ...wtTcra and a few step, to the rear war, taken. "Keep cool, old mid wa will not Injure you or yourai wo want to luipeet tha thaatlet about here and perhkpa do tomelhlog for you," uttered by tha athletlo sergeant, had a martc effect upon the men, one of whom Immediately remarked. "Inspectors, la ye weU.beiom.Ter wel. come," and giving tht door a shove b. In Tiled ut to enter. Herd a new peril presented Itself. Tho female who had retreated with in th, hovel appeared at tho entrance with a pot of boiling water and yelledi "Ve white-livered dlTllslr Oet out, or be me eoul I'll boll yo and fade ya to th. dogs. Be offwld yet ll's.rretlv ibiun.r. abas. breaking the bowl j Btbelh to lutpect da- VIBI UOVUIO B1UM1MC. The maddened dend waa about to put her ,u.ca .u.w (.maiivu jvuon "uaso.il mere, ye d ould '," came la opportunely, and our last obstacle rolled heavily upon the stones, stunned by a blow from tbe speaker. ''Tako tbat," bo remarked, giving bora kick, "and lay still, ye hellion, lUl the gentlemen get through the Inspections." Stepping over the prostrate body ol tbe Tfuuuiu -.ii vuttaiicg was euoctaa Dy stoop log. This wm Jack. Roger' shanty. The main structure la about tan fe enn tm-t built of rough slabs, about .flvo feet sU tacuoa Dif h, ana i nooness Ana cheeiless The furuilure consisted of an old hrok-n stove, wltha fewjengths.of.rusty ilpe,a box that filled tha functlana of a tatiiav iva or throe tin pUies, old bottles, a tea kettle and a pall that served tbe double purpose of uuuatiuK naiar aua carrying out Slop Tbelnner room 1 about four feu by six, not more than fire feet front foundation to roof Its furniture consisted of a bedstead Im provlsed out of two boxes at support for sUbt, upon which wore placed somo filthy straw gathered from a neighboring cow sUble. On the top of all were a cat and kitten and two heirs to tho Rogers manor. m ictum wi au,u warum aa couid do round under three or four rreaiv ea.nTa hat-a utuo iwgTjia. nu, iiiiura ana cava two mangy dogs shared tbe bedroom, while his boarders a drunken boon romtaanlan runtM oTiaucmj avnu iiia wiio---Bierp on 109 SIOD0 floor In the outer room. The general ap- puiu,uv.u ua (,110 lukcuur ib aacu tuaa a gen tleman like Mr. Henry Bergh would hesitate before permitting Its occupancy by well bred swine. While a survey of tho place wa being mado Mrs. Rogers awoke from her stupor, aroso and sUggerod towards tbe bedroom As she reached tho door a kick from Jack's brogan, accompanied by aa oath, accelerated her movement, and she fell heavily uj-on the children, accustomed 4to neglect and suffering, but beyond s oppressed moans tbey gavo tho brutal paront no sign of dis pleasure. 'Now, glntlcmen," resumed Jack, "fat think yo av me house! It's Jist the claulst and nateston tho rocks, thanks to the ould 'oman there, who' a claoe, daclnt body, ef shelsaflher geuln' dhrunk" Jack's cer tificate to tho character of Mrs. Rogers was not gainsaid, and we bade him adieu with a senso of relief. ' Tbt next visit was to the ; 'residence'1 of Mrs. Kerrigan, when, after, an altercation between ber husband and Jack Rogers, in which tbe letter was driven away, an en trance wa obtained At another hut they found tbe occupants all drunk, and engaged drinking hot whisky from a tea kettle "Say, ould woman," again spoke Flaul gao. "glretbo chllders a dbrlnkj they're cowld this morning." "Can It be possible you drug your chil dren with that vile decoction 1 " we asked. "An'ry shouldn't It It's all we bare to kapo the poor llttlo dears warum. aud tbey likes R " We stood a moment to seo the children two little girls undsr flvo years of age, upon whoso countenancee there thouo rays of Ucaven, notwithstanding tba tier of dirt Oiled With tha hePUh drinlr. and turned away In sorrow tbat a mot ber conlj ao pol-I frttii nnd alXlatloh tier nfT.Tirlfitr- f In a shanty adjacent we found a scene calculated to sicken the most stoic heart. 8bovIug tbo door ajar we felt about for evi dences of habitation. In a room about six by ten feet a closer examination revealed an Inner room much smaller. Upon some old rags was the body or a woman, nearly desti tute of clothing, face downwards Beside tho female, tbo rags, and a broken chair, the place was entirely empty. Tbo sergeant vainly endeavored to arouso her, when a neighboring woman appeared aud awakened her. Turolnj- over on her pallet of rags and straw, we bad an opportunity of seeing her face, which was a ghastly sight. It was a mass of dlscoload flesh, the eyes tho color of chaicoal, the nose broken and twisted out of shape, the head cot In several places and unhealed scars oa other parts of her exposed person. Get up, Mrs. I) colon' said her compan ion) "you have eomo gentlemen visitors." the poor creature gathered up tbo rags, wound them about bcr person to protect It from our gaze, and, rising, staggered to he r feet, remarking in a low and sweet tone of voice t " Sit down, gentlemen, If you can find a Chair i I bavo but one. but I ranniM aa. You aro wetcomo to tuch hospitality u I i-an iciiuor. Then th sUggered and would havo Allen bad not the officer caught her and gently cased ber down to her pile of straw. " ho beat you In that brutal manner t" asked tbo officer. " Do not ask me, sir It was ono who, with all his tlos and abuse, I hold In lovo affectionately Foverty may fait upon wo man, abuio and brutaljty at tho hands of her denri-t child follow, but sho can never forget htr maternal duties to her offspring. Is it not Mrs Norton, air, who says, Ci-rvvb bita.stiaaa u, iui irtuudiua; uuiVi i Holy as nunveu a mother's tender lovt l gw-" BwasnwsarB iiou a now a i nave uo. aessrvcu this sovero Tug womau'. t0ll0 -. 10 uin.! ., bcr delicacy so marked: that we refrained from touching tbe subject further, and ra tired from tho room. At the door curlosltyprompted us to la- NATIQlfAlyREPUBLICAN r!DBI,UBD BTBBT KOBKIRO Milaitumu.,) " W,.vr. J. JsTxrnTAarr. "Wl- tJarMc e( Ttalk aal O BtrMts .a. u-l-oatucVtaatrlTaaUiTtut. talltfaralau. XSriiXtl' MnUn) r:.':-'.'Z''.?;"'aaaa Moahta JJIJ2. '" --oaaU, lavarlaklr lanUlaka atnooTteo TTTjttriA ltrSfi""efjr- 'si: ZZf.?!??f'lM W5 row TlsSrali ' Ul -".j. ... jaw, nii eitl oopta. a wrspp.ro. in robbery, had beaUuhoVfnthlBmtnntr. A few days befor. hi bad h-in arrested, and It uOwawelUng triat for thlt offence. Th; rayt of light that penetrated the hovel rtraaled . elghl calculated to nuke tha pulta aland still In astonishment and tho heart grow sick. Th. plao. It about 5 by 10 feet, and barely high enough to admit a ptnou In a ttooptnr posture. Thla la Mrs. Karri. ran't house iha hole, Iha den th. calls by th. endearing nanie' of home. What wretchedness eharaeterukad this hovel I A Inrrey showed tho furniture to consist of an old store, a email coal box, used aa a labia, a tin plate, a bucket, fire ehorel, lea keltlo and eoma old raga. Two woolen the land- ladTBad Mrs. Ilannaaav ... anmi Ih. rAu or the floor, boalde tha box, and at the mo ment wero plying their fingers aad teeth la pooller grltila from about a pound of boiled bona, that ami for thaar repast. -Tha hua bao. of Mrs, HanntMj, who had Tanqalthed Mr. Ilogers, ttlil toarded tha door. "now many of job reside here, Mrt. Ker rigan I" "Fire av nt, Jltt now meself, me hus band, Tat, Ih, baby, and HmnoetT and hie i-alf lamalu... . -aa- -a.aa.T. ,- yiu;i"u" " wtier enuuer cornea aV-M0' b16' or so." -'Wntla ta t.A .-J ik. .... ol llrSS ?P? ttooPwI. P- TP ome old rags and axeialniev-. ht"tk -,,nu Bee that drunken brute We looked and babold-the man. A CTeatore partUHy nudo lay upon tha floor In a oomatosa state upon hit fkee. That Is Pat, tbe drunken bog that aftber-fetchln me to this, and that's the baby f" glvlnr the ng another Jerk) the lost little darllnt on the hill. Ilnt She SWaLst" Wa lrvttravl agalA and there lay Mr. Kerrigan, roUr. repeater, drunkard and thief, and a child. a wu. ioar monuu oia eotn motlonleae and qutet. uowoldHtbobabyl" iTfifaaai ma.iV I.I a .w-r ssniuiui, u m mar t jer d mines It me tenth child, U It." -ivoere are me otaarti" "drown up an gone to the Btbatea prison k the devil, I suppose." At tbl moment a low moan calta! nni at. tentlon to the comer, and there we taw that tbe bruUl parent bad roiled over upon the sUrvlng, fretting Infant. The sergeant en deavored 10 awaken hlJl. when llennftaar seized tbe officer by the arm, remarking, as uw mi mj uaikuce aunseii suauuy upon nit Let Pat alone t the Door dltll la dhrunk." " rou lie) exclaimed the IndfgnantMrs. K. " lie's not dhrunk, but tired. It's yer self tbat s dhrunk, an not payln' jtt boord. Gel out or me tight, or III hare a chair at yer ould rotten-bead " Considering that tbe room was chalrlest Mr. Hennessey was not much alarmed bv thlt tirade. The humane sergeant finally succeeded In extricating the Infant from danger, and asked the mother ,v ny don't you taxo tut oany up in your lap and warm It t "Id don't choose tot Uttha.tala.nln dhrnnk- ard do kt ha'e tU father, I shware ba tho owiy YirgiD.-' f I am Mr Kmrrtnn arm a and mta Patpft-V ."", -,' "Z. JlIbT. - "Tho dirty, lousy dog, that heist became borne last night dhrunk, an I ticked blm. Didn't I do It well t" she asktd with a look of triumph, pointing lo two discolored .-tbb and a cut on tbe forehead, from which the blood oozed slowly. - uo yoa ever go to c&urch i" "TO Church. Is't f D d a hit nv It. Tri pralstnlrerdldmaanygood. Prayers won't give mo ate an' dbriok. I quit him." Some fifty or sixty huu were vlalud, nearly alt of which vreaented aeanta similar to th above. In two or three place families were encountered wbo were engaged In reading the Scriptures or other devotional exercise. Of tbo six or eight hundred lnhablUnl of these dens, perhaps flftrare aober. lndaa. trious, but poor people flvo hundred are drunken brutes tbe scum of the metropolis, many of whom sally out from their hovels at night to rob and steal, and should be pro vided for In tho penitentiary. There Is work there and enough for our missionaries, tbe Board of Health and the Commissioner of Charities and Correction, who we failed to learn havo ever troubled themselves about ibis vile fester oa our moral body. -fustic to Pabltabar and Co Print- ra. HI a remarkable fact, which tbe public at lame may at first cosalder Impoealble, that Iha trHlln.IHl.la. 1 . . . f . . . . al.. .- ,HV WH..V(4 wtava liana, at lAti aa lllCY bear on printers and publishers, actually favor K D land, at th expense of America. In plain language. Congress pays a bounty to Fngllsh printers and nublisbera. In or Jar that they may break dowu American Indus try, In the tame branch of trade. While nearly every other Interest U directly pro tected, American printers and publisher aro Indirectly discriminated against. Tbe reader will ask, In amazement, how this can be. Tbe answer Is. that whiin every article used In manufacturing a book is heavily Uxed, foreign books aro allowed to come in under a duty comparatively so trifling that It I cheaper, la most cases, to malt tho book abroad than to manufacture (t here. Not a book leave the American press that docs pay at least fifteen separate uxes to the Government. The consequence Is that a book can be odercd In England and Imported Into tho United Butes tbat will not cost, after paying duties, freight, and all other charges, mora than half of what a similar book,.taanafactured here, would cost. Sucb of tbe American publishers as cars only to make money, and regard neither tbe development of a homo literature nor the claims of the artlsuns aud workman con nected with tbe trade, are availing them selves of ibis sUto of affairs, and are flood ing the market with books made luLoglaod, to the detriment, almost to the destruction, of American book making. Perhaps wo cannot blamo them, for self interest must rule In business But things are fast ep pioaehlog a point when all the various industries that have hitherto lived by book keeping, from the paper maker dowu to the printer and type setter, will be literally starred out. America owes nothing to Eng Und, that our working men must be Im poverished to eurlch htrtl I a native, homo grown, American literature of so little Iraportanro that Congress must thus legislate to drstrOT it bv tranaferrlni? the wholn tradu af booa insaAtlttg, MB uuw tb re ,,, - tm lb case, to Loudoit I W bllo other Industries aro bilug carefully nursed by protection, 1 this one, perhaps the noblest of all, to bo aloaly bled to death! In the barbarous middle ages a horrible modo of execution was Invented j the victim was laid on hi back, and heavy weiebts riled on blm till ba died) Is book making In Amorlca, In like manner, ana lor no crime or us own, to have Its life pitilessly crushed out 1 We cannot believe tbat this thing has boca done Intentionally by Congress It bas hap pened, we are confident, by accident. In laying taxes on horn manufactures, tbe various Industries that enter Into book-making were taxed, ono after tbo other, without a corresponding duty being laid on imported books. This was a blunder In two ways. It was not only unjust to American blitorr. as we have shown, but it killed the goose that laid the golden eggs " Just as fast at books cease to bo made at home, the Internal taxes, sought to bo collected In this way, will dimlnisb. Literally, the present laws, to paraphrase a poet's msUphor, takes a shil ling out of tbe treasury to put a jwuuy In. Tho remedy is easy It is pointed out by a petition, which we Ulleve Is now la circu lation t ri-y i iilttiiutuof not Utttfun tim:i-jl .'( apounJonfUl Imported bookt. aftber bound, uuboutd, or In sheets If wo bad space this week we could show whr. In ibis Instance at least, a specific duty Is the best, but we have already taken nDenouph of the time of our readers, at least for to-day. ii tjutaj umiu tu .ut. auujtJi;. uuwever, on a future occasion i tUttoni' Dttutor for Jaih htorfor ,dt.v- uara 1 13 '0. Tde Brooklyn Knlchts of St. Olinir, discussing tbo question of pauper shoemak- log in mo aimsuouses oi Jungs county, N. X This subject was Introduced at tbo last meeting of the Board or Supervisors. The principal objections are to the spending of half a million of dollars on a workshop to procure a sinecure for a "political friend." ana tne expressed desire to purchase for a like amount a farm, that the country Insti tutions might be supplied with its products, while depriving worklugmen of the means to pay U. Ubibt Cols, of Marletu. Georgia, ha subscribed six thousand dollars toward re building the female college there, which " Mr. Sherman " Cr.nlrtP I Intn a lartrs an.l I Irregular brick pile,