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adts - .
la M.ahdTry awarder MorBia. and la far-
njabadu ec-mlbr at h follewla rUi Oil
-T Nmf All lbra oopt yer, 3 U
picB tf il Ulo topi la wrapper. .
Qrpnat' :iru at.
liUra. tt a l ittlf
3 lttt BUtlJUS TKir. OBOKUlfoWM.
A4aUiitrir'a ki,W 0r4r f lk UktTil
, ! 11
JtMkl hU ftnifilii, oVMORDAT HSXTr
.Jtiaarr S. till v'civek. " . . . iI
Hi tnv jalUrm will b naf& M
3T COOPBIH tATIMKH, Aael'ra,
PU,'tT Af O AND AUJ01aTm
I UoJr and bfvlrtua uf adttdof truat
unuarmn MrtrM iiaiwM a-aari,
)iiraxtUdndreMd laLlbarTanl B.
k of ikv'ai ? fr lb 1 of
WMbttf tot. la tua uiinei oi iiihi win
itlUiWK 'nsjT.iha iaik rr inf.
1 lhA(b..r Mddar. mil Ihlf etrUU te or
Klrul f ..! ml IB 41 ! !! iLlkla ltT B
rtda lllitvltti of OalanbU oawo Aid
d.r.bd ob h Ut or pU of mU 7 11
Tarotaai ti TBirtMoiBoma,a goiiri !
la n Ida at 4a d It naaiai. oixid bf a dad
e( traat. with aotaa Warla latonak 'D B)Tr
Mala i aid aianp it pvrtkaMt'a ooat. Two baa
arad JolU awllf to iqalrad fra tfc araMr
If thatrnf alarioU-plld wllbwltbla
f t rt ttom dT of aalo. lb proportr will b
a oi aai mr
m 4ar,of ai
aT. . .i-i.
ttOTM. iStO. V
Ik. limit 81 it ITOVU l tk till ! l
oncaonv'3 stove waiikrooms.
! Ur Mllhl'U 'Kn IM' lU.'IkrrfBttMl
J Jtninit uii T".,
4ll 1i r . nit MyMl Hiwi
the new Ear;p?
,B0T A1B. Oil. IjBAll-'litJEiUO
CAST 1S0X EMItTOltf "A.
t'an woop.oii'.i'JOAi- JOJ
Iithtoilr rifit rw- 6ookJ.r aTwhtk !
ih.ntvrk'a AUXiLiAsr .fa oiUhbib at.
TAOBID i ..
A aTl.f f Tklrtr Pf Mat. la FaaL
far lata kr
WM. H. HARROVER,
M3 NeTnth Strel,
aalo-lf Tlta loqrd aortb ht Ta4aa ?a
: lHOLWAY LUIU11E8 !
(laccmarloBiO, Dy C.t)
Frara Ua GalabraU4 Daaata af
' HiPOtKOH'fl dABINET,
liaritOrttaWtaaot L.'BJavialrt'a,Fa I..
OHAMPAX3NEIN H aLF PINT8,
OLD RTB AMD BOURBON WHISK1E8.
COQN10 BBAItpiM OC QUA.nANTEID
. aXw J-URITT.J J '
TINS BCOTCtt.'AKD'ltt'lSU WniSKIES.
SUPERIOB OLD FORTS.
CII0I0 CLARET AND WUNE WINES.
SPAIUaiNO AND STILL BDRQUNDIES.
jAlf A10A AND ST. CROIX RUM.
IRISH ANJLLONDON FORTZR.
POPULAR BRANDS OF LTTTLE BELT
DT SEOABa.t'1 '
k Nati8Bn!KLE'S"AND BAUCIS.
FKENU1I PEAS UND MUSUR0UM9
OLIVE OIL orTnETTINEST QUALITT
-pKPAIIU Kill ITOVEIr UAJIOEll,
4T0 NINTH ITItEHTi t3t
BBlKa VAMBAMDnUMHIHur BtOTBT
3 SiOOJTtt JOS
. Cer. Oth db D ( - 4
DIIIKPS in UW OABKB. I
mfaoM. Araona 'xh'iMa.paAj llUlt
fie. . avivivasAK. atidm'ivtoii
COSBIBaOAU A ValBTOin,
PUT NT ER8,
Wooiward Dattdlar, aortb aid of 'aaarlfiala
ivaan. batwata Taatb aid SUfaala atrofta.
Mi 6. Jtdd.
f. 1 Bat I u V
Pcnnifljaola ivcnae and Htvtnlh Mm',
(OTtr Mohaa A m.aebari'a Blora.)
Aeoiaplato orttnal. a al tab la for Cbrlltnta
IT 'II DO aoiv Trj CDHP, !
JI. I. UREUOBT'N.
BRONSOIt'S EirpUSH AND BQQUETpBT
Firr ,i vnatn? 'wXHUJgTON. D.0.,DAYk DECEMBER 31. 1869."
Jfor Salo or Kent
POB KIKT-A VISIT OLAIi BOrjgB OS
V Jforlbratr!, btwMBllaTalhaa4 Twainb
jlri. liOV, -Tflai.kia.l tk saodara
caTaaiacai aaa raiir tNipii la iar
Btbrpvlr PtiMiltl tTa JhMtxrf L Apoli
oalbprmlMa. de30 3l
iaad r atrata, nppo-Il th Pat a I OK,
Lload UoUl ai
TBrrroBi, roBiB kihtb
nppi is rwii vnH. n.
UftBdBl Tan 111 at It katal larH
rj.zz. -r-i.r--'i .i --- -
iw - r, .i"Hfl.w. .
n. AAi,alot n airtat.
nJR BXHT -H0D4B Ho. T TWELFTH
a airi, otwaa u aaa a airoaia.wtit ti, Miag
waiar. rpir n
mbb raaairitaiu avaaa.
RllWiUa TBBirtk BBtl TklFlfUBlh iirub
PoaaMaloi clvaa J aaaarr lot 4att9t
i parlori dTbaaibra.41aiafrBat
at roJlar, batb e aaa aid
' ... L F C-ABK.
a. rar Tvaatr litb aid b, atroau. Ilo HJ.
ilk Homatalaaba. AppIt M JOolfH U
aiurritLb s. HM raariTuia ataaa.
larlfaala avaaaai aalubl for
ioaa roaMa-lo flvaa Dacaabar X.
BLK CO.'i ClolbUf Uoa-r.
. m n t, .tnr la saiua
-iBjrmaaiB airi ion a. oi
OlOOMl roH HI
rfllailr.ftl . Tb
lbiAaar Btraanra'Tiam; tkoatlT or tboa
dMlrtif partna aaa t Board, will lad It fn Ibalr ai
vaaUaat ktft-ittMMii,ur ioai aa
aad F otrooi car Tabl Hwardir Mooupjodalvd.
I?jhb rDBBiiaiD boomb pob mbht-i-i a
' daalrabl localioo laqalr at Mo 3BB ft
ttiMt, aar JlflnU.
aio.iTfrl blatl Kooinaror (atlamaa ipply
atiMt, io?a it
pOB SALI -A FI5E If BW HODil. IITOATIU
E latk not dlrabl localtoa aad aalgbbor
nno ib U eiif iarn iiBrai laqniraaano
IX) R SitB.-TWOMlrfSIVIN BOOM FBAMk
a. uuusu.whi uiu. wiurtaa uii
303 II lb l h atraal wait, bal. 1 aad K.
B.wlth HtlL WtUraad Jai.laMl
"""""" "'"'"". F BBLl'
lath atrat. lalaad Oaa, kl aad aol4 wau
mi, Br pac baaUr. narbl naatcla, all la
oodraralf. BiUk atablaoBraarof lot. with fa
aad waUr all room for Ibra hora wm b
Id Cheap lor caak n i unwuni,
Ff B JL'STIl PAT8 FAIK(CieU)PBICXrOB
j Ladloa'. uaat a aad CbUdraa'a Saaoad band
InUUac. UflJar Clothing, Boola. Sboa, At , Ho,
no Plata airooit, niwni u aaa atrvaia. idii-b
dr Uom Tonac Maa'a Cbrlatlaa Aaaoelatloa
Halldiaa, A, 0 Air ow 7 Man proBtpu)
atuadadto both (
WllllKBTI" IICTI ilD lPR!III.
mldenct, No.t.4MTirinh alreet, at 1
0'clOOfrp.BVA, yi. y u.i, g.
In cOBiiiaUBitCB orib, AbteDCtot Speaker
Bl1ne'from''tbe'dty,'Mn.' Blelne Will ,Boi
recetra on New TcaiI Dj.
liTBARAl, AttlBW BiCBtPIJMtBlBy
OoraxAoB ruxoBBB. ri WuhlneVjn
Territory, to 'OoHJoInf ' JohABoal u a "te-
tolit," Ho nil TtloM 'MB' tundred Tent
torlit If gtiUUte bnii; mil U etin it It.'
. i i ' ji"
expreeiei n)bftraiie.'atrtBf lid IndljtiAtlou
iBMUeeM-Toua lor cierK oi in nana
Cerolln Uou oBipTHeBUtlrM by por
Hon tt lUo 'miBitafil pronieffra fmxXjJ
Tbb rnUDBUt'1 Bit ezpneied hlmeelf
u qilU fkeiteSbli to"Uil ippolatmeol oi
Wm. r. Bbeirmio, of tbe Bareia of Intersil
Beienne, to the poiulon of Tilrd Auditor,
prortded confllcUog; lateral! Ola bo lr
In foUowlor' data! orden were an
nounced jeJterdeyi Ordered Ctptilo J. II.
Bpotte to bold hlmieif la readloeee for tbe
command of Jbf iqaorrleri. Deticbed-
LUnteoant Commander A. rr. bluebell from
tbe niTT-Tird, New York, on tbe 15th of
Jtsnarj next, and hi trgraatal elek leare.
Thb rmiiDnr, ,Vca Freeldent, and ail
member! of tbl Cabinet, will recedre on
V3Y..v. ita .ml th. IniTMrtant Ttt t.
lafldfroffd that pt7 1 aU BffTHd W hafft
tmperAnco reception. TberV Will be
plantj to tAt, bat no lnloilcatlng drloktJ
Thli li ba It phou.d bfl aettloff ood ex-
ampta of tobrtetj And temperADce. In high
Mb. Kbllooo bA Jtit flnlib4 a bd
otD bait portrmJt of tbt LToa. Colombai
DcIado. CdmmlulooAi f Istenutl ItiTtaaA.
It wm ptlotod on tbe order or tbe clerki of
tbe bnreADi Bod will be preaetited to tbe
CommluloQer by item. It U a perfect like
nut, full of Ttgor and AnlmAtlon, and yet
dlgolfled Aod ImpreanlTe. tt will b on ax
liLbltloQ for a few dATt At tbe Artlatre itndlo.
orer GaU'a Jewelry More.
Tbb Cbikbib Mibaiob-U 1a nndentood
tbat tbe 6eDAte.Cooimltte on foreign RelA
loot will. At anAtIy day. report a bill
raiting; tbe mlialon toCblna to on of tbe
flrat-cUii. TbU la In accordance with tbe
recommendAtlon of tba Fnildente mesiAge,
Aod tt bu tbe ApproTal of a majority of tbe
committee, and. It Is believed, o f tba Senate
and Hoote. Tba new minister to Cblna,
Got. Low, left with tbe understanding that
tbU'actlon aboald be taken
i ' -
ItBraBiBiiTATtTB' Olabkb hAi preAcntod
i tko pFoMJni in- 4mi vj ail tbe
SUte offleers of Kama, and bj bimeelf and
Senator Pomeroj. eUlot;fortb tbat General
Hugh Swing;, pf Oblo, wae appointed Mlule
ter to tbe Hegna from Kaoa tbAt bedoce
cot belong; In tbat State , that be la a Demo
crat, And demanding; bla re moral. Mr
ClArVe itated to tbe froaldont tbat Ewlng
wae nerer a renldeat of Kaniae. and tbai
tbalovalpeoplooftbatSUtewUbed It un
derstood tbAt be did not represent tbem.
ciarga tba Cblneee. la oommnnlcaUon i
.-There le Utile nroemct at creeent tbat
"John" will tnapaie on tbe domain of
"B-M"WAVMrloBeextenU Tbcea wbo
baTBbeld oat ta bopee of procuring yary
ebeap labor by Importing; It from tbaeboru
of Eaatern ola, are I tblak. mletaken In
tbair cone. Mian. From one end of China
7? ;,. m'tT ?Ja f lAbor la America
Callfonjla U wall known, and although la
bor lr, Cbln u Ttry obeap. abte-oodll men
will, tiol n tan to axDatrlata theataolTee for
a Miiea of reare. except on condition Of re-
fcIe tbem to return borne In compoame a
aneaca. I am confldent tbat no reliance
ta bd placed upon obUInlox and nulalflfg;
ClUnaae labor for agrlcmUoral workiettept
at the wane of tbe country where labor u
performed, and mnch mora la tble tba aaae
for railroad labor. Mr. Walker ballete,
lwveTer, tbat a conalderable nambr pf er
cellent laborers may now bo fbnnd In Call
fornta at from 130 to 138 per montb. Bad
they nod themselves, or from t!7 to 919 BnQ
found. i "
tiuBRHTi. of Tbra
'""i -.im , kbu uvb! ui Himgrti r
riytnf for iha aztaailOB of a pateal araitad to
bam ob tba asth darof Uarab, ISM, for an In-
re'T ! uraia DspurBtorai
II loidradlhat lh tfitlmoar la tb caaabo
oloaad ob tfc d dar of Vbraarr iili Ikal tba
tlmrors.laff arcnaiiati aad th Biaaalaer'a re
port b lluitcd to th tb. day of March iit.
aad that 114 potltloa b haard oa th 0ib day of
March Bit Any pri(B mar oppo thU as
!"' .,. ' BAllUlt. 4. JlfiriBR,
4cH Hw ninmU.tf.BTftf t.ut
of Wathlaftoa coaaly. ta ka Ulatrlatof Col am
bla, lttr f admlalatratloa, on In paraooal
ut of Willi. Utiru, lata of Wabloftoa
oaaly aforiai4. dcad All paraoaa bavtaf
iakmaaa1oitlbaatd dcraaacd era baraby waraad
to axblbu lh aaina, with tbToachra throf. to
thubaarlbari on or baforatb lUtdavof DMrni
pr nixii in may otaarwia by law ba itlidd
train all lis 01 of tb aald tat
a in if in i oar or uimionl
Ulvaa uadabr in haa
i tb Urphana' Court
i Dlil r let of Coluui-
IllLABf M. till IT B. Ill nl Waahlarlnn rnnilt
aforcialJ, dcniJ All pro bavlaf tlalua
acataal lb aatd 4eFad ar baraby waroad toas
blbltihakama, with tha Toaabar tbaraoft to tb
aabicrtbar oaor bifor thaVihday oi Wot ruber
rpnis ii to oive notice that it he sub
-. nvninin uuiiiu a iruiu
Court of WaihlBitoa eonaty, la lb 1
lninbla. (lra at adralalatrauoa on lb
aitaUofSiLianatt W 0a. ltof Waiblaita
(.abierlbar. ob or bfor tba Hth day of Dcciq
pr bxi; idt may oiovrwi oy iaw D i
iron an dbdi oi id aaia aiai
ri.-iMli fO OIVB HOTICBTIIAT THEttUB.
Ltv. Ibar haaob'alad froinlhUrpbaQa' Coarlof
Waablaitoa eonaty, U tba biatrial of Colombia.
Uttara laalamaaiary oa tb paraonal aitata of
Jinaa UcCvrcHBit, Ut of WaihlDitoB eonaty
aforaaatd, dacaaaad All Praoaa hevtof clalmi
acat at lb aild dcaad ara linrcbr warmd
to exhibit tb earn, with tb Tuhri thereof, to
thaiabicribiir, oaor beforotfae&Kbday of Novam.
br Bztt tbay may otharwla by law ta axclndad
from ill baaeflt of lb aatd aalala.
OlTa nader my band tbl "tun day of Novam.
bar.lSDO WM.U rOBCB,
del WSw Baecatoi
UfllANS COURT FOR TH E-bTF.
'ai ur vauatuJEB,
. U. VlrilnU BU, inardUn to raala Baall,
h.liiBr FrDUFteJ that aba h.i aAlJ mil iha n.V,
title andlofreitor tba aald Fauola Haall la aad
to Lot DO, of Uanry Turner' laLJlf Ulon of Sjoar
Sft5, -ltb tb lu rvTcmeit tbroa, at and fur tk
aomof tl.7u , .
It t. tola aleveotb day of Daramber, A D ,
lto) by trtti Conn, orJared that aald ! be
Baally rati nail, nolrHaraaae be abowu tj the coa
trary, I oa 1 aeJr, the fourth day of Jaanary. A.
D 1671) JVoBfJaii a copy of tlila order b pob
llahad oae a wk ft tbraa waaka la th Mi.
tiobal KbpdblicaVi a Bwparr pabllibad fa
thceityor waiblntitoi. In tbla Dlalrlct, prior le
aatd lat.ininilone4 dU
VTH, 7. TDKCELt,
Jndia oitn Orpkaoa' Court.
Tajji A. W WBB&TBR,
n n bpoi n.
' COLUMBIA. TIJ
Abb Jt Bray, 1
Ja. n TowB.bani e 1 J M ""
Ob motion of tba con, falaaal, by II r Jaeobaoo.
bar attoraay. It la oi r4 that the def-odaata.
Vtmbf f Qatt eav Mat B. Oaa. hi. wife
and William Btaavy, caaaa tbvir appaaraio tube
atrd kerla oa or bafore the flral rnl day cm or.
nn lonr aay aiir iaia uay i oioarwu tba iaoe
will b prueaadad with lata cum ofdafnnlL
rriopy-TMit AHUUBW WILIB.
i'A11.,-!!1-'11' Jo.ticeof b. c. orb b.
TOTUBWOBKIBQ CLASS -Wear Bow pre
pared lornraianaiiaiaiaaa wub aoaaiaatanptoy
maaiai nom, in wool or in iimo or lor ia
para momala Ilaiiaea Bw,llcbl aad yrolUbt.
- araoaaof itharai aHr arn fromM eaataio
Bft par vBlBf, aad a prnportloaal anm by d
Toliai Ibalr wkoUtlm tolb bialneaa Boy aad
flrla arn iarly aa muh aamea Tbat a lwbo
Cm tbla notice may aad their addraa( aad tl tb
alaH,wmaktkUBaparalild ntfert Toancb
aaarcBotwatl aatliflad we will eeod 11 to pay for
aamnl. waleh will d
a aiai of (Kb Tka PtaalM
ob of tba lariwl aad beat f
iit rami I r lawinimn
PBblllMd-ltMBt freaby Bail Bander, If yon
IIASTED-HEW ABO OAiT OFF ULUTniAU
i a eia uoia aa out! or
valae, at lb oldiUbllih
aay othMT article of
I) U A B I I N .
Ji IlUFUH HMITII,
Jt Londonv eooaly. Va , haTtn ratd IIobo no.
83 Tth atrMU tlwB D aad B atrMt. baa
mad eampUt arraaremeala for KalVIHO A
riKor ui in nuiBvinu uuvia ni tuavn
II K MONTH Rath rcwiiBa oa all Saan. Raomi
elnfi or In aalta, wltb or without board.
TWENTY DOLLARS PER MONTH,
A 8 raDiaylTiBlaiTaBna, between Foil Aid'1-
dtl tjl half Aid Blithatraala
FR8T CLAB8 TABLE BOARD CAB BB BAD
altha AMERICAN HOItll. aaraar at Niia.ih
atroM aid fcBBiylvaaU btbb. for 940 pi
JAY COOKE & CO.
rirTiBNTH strut. orrosiTi TBI
oar nd eell it carrant market ritaa, aid kaap
coiaUiUy oa hand a fall anpply of
COMPOUND INTEKEST NOTES.
Ordarafor Slock, Bosda, At , asacBted, and aol
laelUi niida on ill iceaaalbla point.
Oa tb patltloB of Cxaca Roiiati, of Tbraa
itri, Mfcb . aad Jon tux, of New hope, Pa ,
raylni for the xUnaoa of a patnt araBtad to
bam on lh utb day r Marrb. IMS, fur an 1m
lit ordered that tb t.tlmonr In tb cue ba
UmforBllnfariBruBla aad lh. kumluir re
port b limited to the nhday of March next, aid
KfartJal" "'" 0B "Si BlVday of
Any peraon may oppoietbiaitniloa
UMITBD STATES PATENT OFFICE
WiBimuToii. U C., DecembrlB,lSW
T !;'"' vi vnaBLM naaawaiTB, or flaw
lutprovemeutlB a LlarmatlaallF Haafiaa' l'
It la ordered Ihal tbe leatlmoay la Ihecaieb
oloied on the rid day of February nexti that the
aid Petition ba heard on tVa
mar orjTjo.a ihl h.
UDKI. A tiBiim
r -. -- it".-"
Aif raraoa mar oppoia thla
Hn, H. L. B cm rrr, attorney for tbe
Western distillers opposed to the rnle re
cently eitabllebed for tbe fermentation
period, bAS notifled tbe Commissioner of
interns I Iterenne tbat be will offer objec
tions worthy of consideration. Tbe Cora
mlasloner has agreed to hear tbe matter die
coeied to-day. Mr. Burnett cornea In behalf
of tbe distillers of Cincinnati, Chicago, and
Bt. Louis, for tbe purpose of showier that
forty-eight hours, tbe time designated for
ine preparation oi toe miin, is not lomr
enough for tbe proper fomentation of tbe
Got. Bj ffobd, of Arizona, Is on his way
to tbls city, and will reach here about tbe
1st or fitb of January. Tbe object of bis
Tlstt. as stated In letter tbat bare preceded
him, 1 to present to Congress the true facts
In relation to the operations of Indians,
depredations, etc., In Arlrona, with a view
of taking such action as will abate '
troubles. He Is Tery anxious to author
Iced to call out Tolanteer fur the purpose of
suppressing tbe red s kins, and Is eooyincM
that good renlts would follow such an an
inowB-OT tub ITibst NiTionil) Babb, or
NBir'jBJBT A. VTAasina. ComfHroiler
HBlbBrdbAe Issued tbe follow log circular la
rtersncVtotbe. Botes attracted from tbe
TrAAiiry Department In 1807, and for which
8c ha reman was recently on trial la the
Criminal Court la thla cltyt
n,. .... TaiAeFSTDlPABTMBXT. j
orfiea or fat Cnapraoib bopCpasibct. I
. . WAaiiienoB-, Doe t3,leW. ,
Siai The naa who waa hArtocVwltli aUal-
lef Slloo, uestfaed Mr and oaa hundred
dollar notoa, prepared for the Flrat National
D-B-. at Janajuiir. rroan laeTAuile of tbla
ela April, leer, iae bote tried aad waa
touadiul.ty btne jury, bat for aa allsrad
dfMf lathe ladlatmoat the rardlat waa l
aaldabv tha eourl anri tt. iiniui bikiii.
ffM. II leprebabla tkatreaewed efferta
wiM vm m bob m pa eioioa aotae iato oir-
ealatlOB. With a. tlawtanMlullla Buiklla
rraaa loaeae fat aa poeetble It le reeoaateaded
" aiir ibi oi Bonarea aonar bom
purporttDf io be la aod by the Flrat Nallooal
JJiakof jersey Olty be rrjoetad. The beak
wlllbepMparodt radMaa allaoaalae aotoa
ar Iheae d eaoMlaitlaaa u fiat aa they may be
Sreientad. The nnabari oa the nppor rifht
lid IAMIP ( tbl llale. baIa. :.. Tb
m to lo.esa.'iad oa tbelewer left hand oroer
from CT1 to TM, but aa the aunbin mar bo
altered or obliterated It will bm a afar to rafuae
an bvb g iim oi j iri rt attoaai liiaK or
Jeraty Ultri N. J.
II. B. He lb trao, Comptroller.
Captain and Brbtbt Muob J. A.
IXsabk, Indian agent at the Green filter
agency, Sioux district, has forwarded to
President Grant a potltlon, signed by the
Tarlons chiefs on the reserralloo, Asking
tbAt pro? Won may ba made for tbe famll
of Major C. E. Galpin, the late Interpreter of
The couell waa held on the M of Decem
ber, tbe dey after tbe burial of Uajor Galpin,
wbo leaves a wlie, a eon, two daughters and
Major nearn i-Dds a trAnaUtlon of the
speeches madeppon the occasion, of which
the following extract from "Two Beare" Is
" Oar hearle feat lead alaae the
death or our frleod who, wbUa llrtai, dtroted
hie time, lafluoBM and property to ua Now
he baa oae, but he baa left hie family behind
You hire aeao how aid have bea our sous.
tDne aUee our friend died. We now wlih.
to writ tothaUreat rather at Wiablneton,
and aik bin to aillow ua to provide for thla
deelltut fan llf, ae we have bo other war to
rpsr Major Oalplo for Mi klodaaia to us.
We rrquaat theQreat Father taBvrraa
.! lid ia ia Kirali for thla purpoae
"Ataonr tha Indlaaa II lath. .tn ... .
chief dlea to traoantlt the rcapeat ra bear for
Gen. Micolbb, Commlasloner of Public
Balldlcgs, will appear before theCommltttte
on AnDroDrlatlons next week with reference
to tbe Amount of Appropriation asked for I candidates. Tbe questloas were written
endure ta inclomeeey of the weather Wa da
"" Dur arma. no are mourolOC wr oor
"Flno Heart," "The Urass," "Long Sol-
dlcrs," "White Bftaj1," "Stormy Goose,"
and a number of other chiefs followed In
similar remarks and all nulled In signing
ido pennon oy amxing tneir remarks.
CO-tFBTlTirV KXAMIWATIOH, A COtOMtU
tire examlnalloD for the four TAcant second
assistant cxamleershlps In the PateDt Office
bas Just closed. There were twenty-four
competitor for the positions, embracing
clerks In the office and applicants from out
side. Tbe examination was iilaced In the
hands of Prof. Seheffer, librarian, J. II.
Adams, superintendent; of tbe Report, acd
Mr. u. A. Koien, one or tho principal ex
aminers, and was made very thorough and
searching. Tbe competitors were all placed
In one room, eacb at a desk, and tbe ques.
tlous, one by one, were submitted In writing.
There were seven questions in history, ten
in gaogTapay ana astronomy, urteen In
mathematics and drawing-, tblrtyelzM a
physics, and thirty in patent Ana prac
tice. Onehuudred tbe figure fixed ae
the standee oi excellence, and tbe result
iwwed the highest average at 74 15, and the
lowest at 7.65. The successful aspirants
were M. II. Doollttle, United States Obser
vatory) II. P. Sanders, of New Yorkt Thos.
C. Woodward, of Iowa, and Charles W.
Chapmao.of Connecticut. Messrs. Banders
and Woodward were clerks to examiners In
the Patent Office prior to the examination.
Great care was taken to prevent any per
sonal Influence operating for or against the
the Improvement of the etreete and avenues
of Washington. Tbe committee cut down
the appropriation to about one-third of the
amount estimated, but agreed that Gen.
Mlchler should be further heard. lie will
appear before the committee with such
papers and docaments as be thinks will
convince the committee that the amount
originally asked Is none too large.
Mb. Stanton's Belioiols Convictioss.
It may not be Improperly stated In this cor
respondence, as the secular papers will no
doubt cooceal tbe fact that ex Secretary
Stanton, some months before his death, had
turned his attention to tba subject of reli
gion, and was but recently engaged la an
Investigation of the doctrines of tbe Catholic
Church, nnder the Instruction of Fathsr
O'Connor, formerly bishop of ritlsburg,
with whom he lately had severat confer-'
ences. In all human probabllltr, had the
life of Mr Btenton been spared a little
longer, he would hare become a Catholic.
Tbe fact tbat an Episcopal clergyman was
at bis dying bedside Is no evldsnce to tbe
contrary, because he was unconscious when
that minister was sent for. Had ho been
conscious, be would, no doubt, hare sent for
a CAtboIIe priest. IrnsA. Cor. Baltimort
Ssnatobs Uboibo tub Attobnst Gbs-
bbal's Removal -Uoab's Is tin did Re
signation. Senetors who remain here
through the recess are urging upon tbe
President the removal of Attorney General
Hoar from tbe Cabinet. The President Is
not disposed to coerce Hoar to resign, but If
the latter tenders his resignation, It Is un
derstood It will bo accepted. It Is said a
private letter has been received here from
Judge Hoar, who Is now absent from tbe
city, statlog that be will resign soon after
the recess. lie will do this, not lu com
pliance with the wish of tbe Senate, but to
keep tbe President from being embarrassed
by having In his Cabinet a person obnoxious
to a majority of Congress. Judge Pierre
pout, of New York, and Benjamin II. Brew
ster, of Pennsylvania, are prominently men
tioned as Xloar'i successor. lfuiA. Cor, A
CirniEM Labor. A telegraphic dispatch
from St. Louts, dated vesterdav. savs that
John G, Walker, tho gentleman having la
down by tbe Isdy clerk Inst before beloe
bended to the competitors, and tbe replies
were designated by a mark by which the
award was made by the Board of EiamtoA.
tlon, wbo did not know tbe IndlrldoAl thus
designated. It may naturally be supposed
that the recommendations of tbe applicants
on file In tho office and the figures showing
tbe result of tbe examinations did not In all
Tbe Patent Office Is an Institution the suc
cess of which depends upon the efficiency of
the employees, and the plan adopted by Com
missioner Fisher seeme well adapted to
secure so desirable an object.
VinaixiA. The Virginia question Is, It
appears, very far from settlement, and fresh
complications have arisen In the matter.
Tbe Immediate admission of the State Is by
no means certain, and It Is not at all Improb
able that It will take months to complete
her reconstruction la a manner satisfactory
Tbe Reconstruction Committee of tbe
Donee are now of the optnlon tbat the Legls.
lature which was called to ratify tbe fif
teenth amendment had no authority to pro
ceed to an election of Senators until they
bad first taken tbe test oath under tbe terms
of tbe fourteenth amendment. If tbls view
of tbe question should be agreed upon, the
present Senators-elect are necessarily dis
qualified, and the body will again convene
and go through the whole programme
It Is thought that the Reconstruction Com
mittee will take this ground to their report
to Congress on tbe admission of tbe State,
and there cau be little doubt that a majority
of the Homo will Indorse this opinion aod
give It legislative force and validity. H'aiA.
Cor. FMl, Inuim.
The Washington correspondent of tbe
New York Trnui says upon the same subject i
Important Intelligence reached your corre
spondent to-night from a reliable source la
Richmond, concerning a new movement re
garding the admission of Virginia. It Is to
the effect that since tbe adjournment of
Coogress there have been repeated efforts
made to harmonize tbe two wings of tbe
Republican party In regard to the admission
of the Btate. Gov. Wells baa held, and still
adheres to tbe opinion, that nothing further
ougbt to be required by Congress. Porter,
Humphreys, and tbe rest of the extremists,
reject every proposition short of Mr. Sum.
ner a piea requiring1 memoera or to Legia!a
tnre and Bute offlcera to take the "Iron-
oiaa ' oain. ua Tuesday evening a con
views, adjourned over until to-dAV, when
Another meeting was held.
Among thos . pmenl were Colonel Jen
kins, let chAlrmAo of tbe Btate com mU tee
Judge Bond. Congressman Platte, and other
Republicans of Influence, audit was finally
3 reed that a bill should be prepared for tbe
mission of Virginia to,b presented la
Conrraee. with tba fotlowlnr conditions:
The Btate to be admitted,, and the Leglsla
tare to meet tbe second Tuesday thereafter
after electing State officers and passing such
acts as ar necessary to put In operation tba
coBBuiuuoo aooptea bt inepeopi iae wuiy.
tbem to elect Jodgtsi all tbe Acta passed and
offlcera and Judge elected to besubmttted
to OoBcreee and approved by that body.
Tk bill will furthermore) provide that tbe
Representative and Senators elect from
Virginia shall be admitted to Congress as
territorial delegates Only, no til such time as
Congreaa shall approv the act of the Legis
lature, and declare the ptao falty in the
ThU bill will be brought to Waihlaglon
by tbe 10th of January, and tu passage will
be nrced by a etronff delesratlon of Repubtl-
cabs, Including a number of Influential col
ored members of tbe party. It Is also pro
posed by them, aa a part of the compromise,
to require All Judges to take oath that they
er not obnoxious to the fourteenth amend
ment. It Is said tbat few, if any, or tbe
moderate Renubl leans In Richmond favor.
aa an oridnal plan, th Imposition of the
conditions recited, but are Induced to pro
pose them because otherwise they fear tbe
Bute will be kept out through the Influence
of the extreme men In Congress.
Latest Tic'B.pbl BiTltla.
Isaac, Field, of Dorchester, (Mus., com
mitted suicide yesterday by drowning.
There are In New York 20,000 tenement
housed, occupied by 700,000 persons.
The Iron-clad Mlantonomah will be or
dered from New York to escort Mr. Pea
body'e remains Into Portland harbor.
A man named Wm. n. Raymond was ar
rested In Albany yeeterday for attempting
to pasa forged ccxtlfled checks oa tbe Third
National Bank or New York.
There were thirteen deaths by small pox
In New York for the week ending yesterday.
The disease at one time threatened to be
Arrangements were made In New York
yesterday for the Tammany primary elec
tions. It la understood that Mr. Tweed will
be elected president.
Tbe Ungard quarrel In New York has
been made up, and wears the AppearAuce of
an Advertising dodge.
Tbe artisles of Association of the Fort
Wayne and Pacific railroad were filed in the
office of tbe Secretary of Bute of Indiana
yesterday. The caplul stock Is three mil
The specie In tbe Bank of England bas
decreased 37,000 since the 23d IniUnt.
Judge Smith, of tbe New York Supreme
Court, has decided in the Albany and Sus
quehanna rallr ad suit that the Ramsey
ticket of directors was elected.
Nearly 23,000,000 bushels of wheat was
received at Milwaukee In 1S8H. The ship
ments amounted to 20,000,000.
The annual report of the president of tbe
Rutland (Vt,) railroad Is favorable.
Kellt and Leon's Minstbbls. The
burlesque of tbe "Grand Dutchess" was
produced at Wall's Opera House last night,
and tho sudlonce was even larger than tbat
nv previous evening. This Is without
doubt tbe finest burlesque la Leon's reper
tolro. Loo aboald terUlnly fsel flattered
at the applause showered upon him, which
was a Just tribute to his genius. To-night
Leon Ukes a benefit, and the " Oread
Dutchess" will be glrea for tbe last time.
There Is surely no need to urge anyone to
attend, for Leon has so firmly Impreaied Anr
citizens with his excellence that we have no
hestutlon In predicting a crowded house.
National Theatre "Jack and the Bean
Bulk" continues to attract larse audiences,
and doubtless woold draw well for some
time to come, but It will be withdrawn after
to-morrow night. Consequently all wbo have
not yet seen It should bear In mind that thsre
are to be only two performances after tbat of
LaRub's MrtSTREU. This celebrated
troupe or mlostrels as will bo smq by ref
erence to our advertising eotumne will
commence an engatrnt at Wall'e Opera
House on M--J7 night next. Oar theatre-
s-rwira are familiar with the excellence of
inis company, wnicn nas visited our city be
fore, and their coming engagement will
doubtless prove highly successful.
WntTEarBST's Gallert. A very pleas
ant entertainment can bo enjoyed by visiting
the Whltehnrst Gallery, No. 434-0 Pcnnsyl
vadIa avenue, between Four-aod a half and
Sixth streets. Mammoth Illustrated war
views, and the panorama of the II fo of
Christ are exhibited every afternoon at 3
o'clock, and every evening at 7 30 o'clock.
The pictures aro finely executed, and will
repay a visit for their Inspection.
TOE NEWS BY CABLES
latzbt m oa scBorau
TH. X.w r..a.h Mlal.lrr OBUIallr
fBr Baaaaaa Bawl Aiaaty B Brae, .tmt, Vav
Tart, Ha Fr.b. CUa.1
rim, Dm. BO-Mldnlt-hU-Ie tbe Com
LeftlilAtlf Ibli wenlng M. OMrler announced
tbat b. bad completed bl mtnlrtfy, ai Id.
lowli Milliter of tb. JeWrtor, U. Ooiro
Blenj Hlnliter of 'roM(o ASalri.'M. BU.
lasltl HIaUter or joium, m wtaordi Min
uter of tb. Futile WarU.'M.1 Datineiat
Mlnlrter of Commerce, If. Borerbeali Min
uter of Initmcttoo, M. fiTliri FrteUeot of
tbe Council, U. Mful tbo MlaUter of Fine
Arte, X. Vatllaat, ai waU aa Labour, RI-
gialt aod Qeooollr retala tbilr reepeetlra
Th. ll.la k.l.e.a MM.
Lokdou, December 30. It U reported
tbit tb. Treainrj antborttle. win nndertlke
tbe caeo of tbe XTtUh girl wbo wu ncintly
ixbomed M a UTlng iklletoo, billot; peea
debarred from tb. bm of food for tbat pur
poe. for aa Incredible lengtb of Urn. , Ilir
cue contlnoei to excite pnblle irmpathj,
and tbe antborltlee ban appolntad eoaniel
to proeeont. ber ttooaloral .xblbltloo.
Bspll.M f Ik. Iwfawt Prlaa...
TB. r- BMarfe aaeU.lh.r r
Th. et.aaB.al.al oema.ll.
Rous, December 80. Tb.prleceel Cbrll-
Una, of Maple., wal baptlted ber. to-day
wltb treat ceremony bj Cardinal Fatrtul,
tbe Vicar of tbe Pope.
ula Hounen, wbo waa nnaToldably an
ient, waa repreeoQtM a! godfatber by
Cardinal ABtonelll, Seeretarr 'of BUM
for tb. Papal Itatei, and tbe JEmpreii of
Aoitria repreeented tbe Dowager Xmpreia
Orer four bondred notabnttlei of Rome,
Niplei and FarU were la attendance, ai
wellai tbe prelate! and guard! of tb. Pope
and many otberl.
Tbe eeeeton of tb. Ecumenical Counetl
yuterdiy lilted Ire boon. Tbe nbject
nnder dUcuulon wm wbctber or not pbiloe-
opby U beterodox.
Cokcobd, M. IT., De. aa Tb. eeeiloo of
lb. Niw Hampsbln Womab'i suffrage Ai
aocjatloo. commenced la Eagle Hall to-day,
Hn. Natbaalel tfblte, of Concord, pre
ildlng. At tb commencement about fifty
ptnoni wen preeeat, bit inbaequatly tbe
number lncteaed to about on. bandrtd, In
cluding a family of Ibaken. Among tbe
dietiaguiaiiM perloni preeent wire Mri.
Baafwd uufbam, Hn, Luct Itone. Mil,
Dr. Ilitbtwty and Krt. Dr. Hunt, of Jlen
cbeeter. WbUe tb. aMamttU.'' oa tbe tap
polntmeat of permanent officer! wire out,
in. j ana uow.,or Boitoa, addroued tb.
BMullonabaiweUHrrUtea epewb tbe
prlndpHr for 'In. Mfaaeement of -bleb
tbey bad metaodUebiaiaryof tb. woman1!
nSrag. moTeaui, tblIrtmMting baring
been beld tm Vforceuar,' UuuAumi,
Iweily year! ago. Tb. ipeUer wai itr.
lever, o. lenitar Bumner! noeltloo Iii'm.
gara to ta Cuba lueetloo, nd mad. a itlr-
Hag appeal In bebalf or tb. Clbaoe, walcb
wae recelTI wltb apptiuH,
Tb. Rat. Iff. IWhmrk-. ef I.iimIm fAl
, . ;y'7":
wneu Jan, Alowe.
Cobooro, K. It, Pec. SO Un. Julia
Wird Bowe, Ib an! addreee dellnred before
Ib. Woman". Baffrage Conrentloa to-diy,
vOharlee flaaur, iae eaemy of aaeW, lea
irHtwu hiwrm vi nnaiaa iee.aoat. In an
MpraFar, eiilbroo eoplM yeZrSli U
i Fev:vi tttyoy wpyn
A,truo tothoflAf whoa virtu
b.ihm mi irit uihbpbi uiinac lamariaii
prod whea It H1U deapotlam laatetd of ro-
lurnioE irionqjj greliaff so ta or KlI el
frasdom. FreotAnerlea Uaiued with doe
poll Spall lAJtet th OubB atrucgl fori
dopeadoaa waa a baloa aaoat uaholr. The
preaaot theooUStry haa tmd of UU wltb
B1IIBIUIBB UUVB.a I
death and dlvaroau
MlwluJti.wo,,iwtlLtfc' "sarrUf sla eomparisoi
ala.anali aril " rV. -r.(. ....- Tit ..'
"?.""""'. w"f " ivia yirtrar. iiu 101
UK EAT B KIT A IS.
Ilea. tv BoolBtarABBrlaB. Wtiat
Tka Tlaa She A ! Htj.
London, Dee. 80. The recelpU of wheat
from America are still very heavy. There
Is a great accumulation 'of wheat, both bare
and at Liverpool, and the sutlstlcal Journal
here says there are now seventy-four more
cargoes afloat bound to FagUnd than at the
corresponding period last year.
Tbe Tinut to-day has an editorial article
on the subject of the American nary. The
writer blame SecreUry Robeson for con
fining his attention to cruisers, rather than
tollne-of-battleeblpsi whereas tbo Sngltsh
Admiralty la satisfied that tbe greatest of
fensive and defensive qualities aro Incom
patible with cruisers.
PE1, PENCIL All H I'M BORN.
Tub Boston JVavi consoles Lcssen's credi
tors It advises them to Sues canal.
Gov. Chamber i ain. of Maine, haa Uan-d
an order detailing tbe Stat mllltl as an
escort for the remains of Georgo Peabody
nucu uut mri to.
Thb engine Canada of the Vermont Cen
tral Railroad Company has run during the
(ai. ain jcbtb oYanureo aanarea luouiana
mlks. or twelve tlmus the distance around
Db. Lbwis A. Sites, of New York, de
scribes three cases of lead palsy whlah bare
recently come under his notice, as having
beta caused by the use of cosmetics to give
whiteness and softness to tho complexion.
Abtexcs Ward, who was willing to sacri
fice All his wife's relations to suppress the
rebellion, finds a counterpart la tbe absentee
Irish landlord, who notifies his steward to
"tell the tenants tbat no threats to shoot
you will terrify me."
It ArrBARs that the "poor white folks"
of tbe South are emigrating West In large
numbers. A few years hence aod the char
acter of the population of tbe Bouth will be
completely changed. Such Is the effect of
In New Orleans a petition Is being cir
culated for the purpose of procuring sub
scriptions la money to prosecute the case
before tbe Louisiana Supremo Court testing
the right of negroes to admission to tbe va
rious theatres and places of amusement upon
terms or equality with white people.
Tbb people of Omaha propoio to build, lu
1870, a BIW.OOQ hotel, a $120,000 Masonic
temple, a (50,000 opera house, a 1100,000
high-school building, a 100,000 grammar
school house, 1,000 Private residences, and
two rauroaae. toe united States Govern
ment will alio begin a (220,000 stone court
house aod poit office building.
It is reported upou excellcut authority
that tho Rev. Dr. Osgood's theological con
victions have undergone a chango, and tbat
be has adopted the Fplscopal faith. It Is
also said that hli retirement from iti chnrrli
of the Messiah, prcvlons to bis departure for
curuyc, naa uiaao una, nun mis cnange in
TllB most remarkable rail road in nermanv
and Europe Is the new Black Forest road.
wmen win o completed within four ytars.
Between Hum ben? uiiil St n-nrep airnata.i
2,870 feet about the level of tbe sea, and but
four miles diatant from Horubcrg, tbe rail
road ascends nearly 11,000 feet, and passes
through nearly 27,000 fact of tuuoela.
Eleven tho jaand fi,el of the latter have Uen
completed during tbe Uet two years. This
trulv CTClOPean work Oil the rami la nrn
greaeing rapidly, aud attracting tbouiands
of visitors, wbo flock there from all parts of
Mlalatorof Jaelle Zorlllsu
Madrid, Dec. 30 Minister of Justice
Zorllla has been badly received generally
daring his semi-official Journey Just finished.
At Valencia Barcelona and some other
large cities his speeches la favor of a mon
archy were Interrupted by cries of "Viva Ia
Conviction Bad Ht of Trano.
maa-liB ew.lllB.Mr Tlaa.aaSia tb
Paris, Dec. 30. At 10 o'clock this eve
ning the trial of Traupman for the murder
of the KInck family, termluatsd In bis con
viction and sentence to) death. When tho
sentence was announced the prisoner rose
and s railing ty thanked the court.
ference of leading Republican wab held. Southern if?rmftr.v nn.i Ktvitti,i r.j..
irhlclij after ft protracted imcrchaDgc of tttnt
CIllaoM of BlBtBnaha Ordered lo
nrraBdar thalr Aran oa lnnllr
Havana, December 30 The Governor of
MaUncae has Issoed an order directing all
citizens having arms la their poeaeeeloa to
deliver them up to the Spaalah authorities
within two days. Those neglecting to com
ply with this order will be court-mart la ted.
Tbe Vo d Cuba to-day polished a slnr
telegraph from New York, sUtiog that Cu
bans have gone to Washington for the pur
pose of buying np Senators In tbelr favor,
Tbe steamer Tybee arrived at St. Domingo
on the 16th lust.
London, Doc. 80 M. Lesseps the Engl.
neer In chief of the Suez caual has tele
graphed here a contradiction of the stories
as to the danger or tho canal. He says the
canal has been opened to commerce, tbe
depth at tbe very worst point bas been In
creased seventy cmtimelres.
A CHAPTER OP CASUALTIES..
erlans Injury I Hon. Horatio
flttym anr--Avoidant oa the Lakes
ITtica, N. Y., December 30. Hon. Hora
tio Seymour was thrown out or a carriage
and bad bis shoulder dislocated yesterday.
He suffered much pain last night, but Is bet
Milwacbee, December 30 The yawl-
boat or the missing schooner J. B. Martin
has been picked up on the Canada shore.
The schooner was lost In November, aod
tbls Is the first tidings received of Us whereabouts.
Utica. December 30. The body of an un
known man, supposed to be John Williams,
was round In the Erie caual. There were
no marks or violence.
Scbeiectadt, December 30 Henry Lan
sing, an aged cltlxen or Waterrllct, was
accidentally killed to-day.
Lbwiston, December 30. Charles W.
Sjulnt was caught la machinery aud killed
Conflict of male etnd Federal Jnrla
Mohtqomebt, Ala , Dec. 30. A rase in
volving a conflict or Btate and Fodeial Juris
diction has Arisen hers. The Bute law
levies a tax upon tbe Southern Express Com
pany. Tbe company applied to Jadgo Bus
teod, of tbe United States Court, for an In
junction, which was gran tod. Tbe Btate
auditor has Issued a circular to tax collec
tors ordering them to collect tho tax In spite
of tbe Injunction
Tbe case promises to b oae of great In
terest, and the State aud company both have
eminent counsel to represent them In tbe
Stats Interest Tho books or tbo Sutu
treuaurer aud second auditor will bs ready
on Wodncsnay, tho 5th of January, 1370, to
comniencethe pay nent of the 1 r cent, of
Interest due and remaining nniald 1st of
January, 1800. on the old bonds of tho State
Geu. Cauby'e order doe uot extend to any
other bouda than theae Persons holding
bouda would do well to note tbla fact, as
tbey will save themselves and the treasurer
a great deal of trouble from unueceasary ap
plication for payment of Interest, ;?. Amend
win in aoBOiroa unioo who dowry wa.
blood aad flrfr-Wltt. thirty Spenlah eunboau
Tb (boil ofyapUla Kidd laucbatl a tbvy
atoainoQ oaa oi. now lora harbor, aad tt
soaturodtlabcfaofth Jday riowartroaned,
Mrs- Nathanjal Whit was chosen presl
dent, and a Urge hoet'of vice presidents and
other officers were elected for another year.
At tbe afternoon tesalon biblical argu-
menU for woman suffrag were delivered by
Rev. Mr. Savage", of Franklin, and the Rev-
Mr. Hancock, or Wllmot.
Julia Ward. ifowe followed with argu
ments In favor of woman snffrsre.
The evening exercises were opened by the
reading of a pem by Mrs. Ho "The
Hew jriar." , .
Mrs. BtrattonVof Worcester, Lacy Stone,
Blackweu, and Mrs. r. A. Handford then
PRO hi Till. PACIFIC ILOPK.
Mr StaMkejor BnrtkmBkaac)
llsloa fOoMaaSwasaBbliBa Hblp
ataont of IV liat Export Trade of
CalirortalawBaUlon TloMof Wbt
Bur Francisco, Dec 30. flev el shocks
of Earthqnak wr felt ta Virginia city last
night and thla miming- 8om of them were
quite ssvere, smd the people were consider.
The steamship Oriflarame and Pacific
collided off SanU Barbara on tbo night of
taessin. Tne steamers were full of pae-
sengere, but ooneoflbem were Injured!
Both the vessels were badly damaged, and
tbe boau or tne recinc were lowered, wltb
the expectation that she rould sink. She
was towed Into Santa Barbara.
Four thousand ions of wheat were cleared
for England las,Tueaday, and several ves
sels are now loading for the same destina
tion. Since tbe late rams there Is less disposition
to bold wheat In anticipation of a dry win
Our export trade by eea to New York fw
the year 1800 aggregates (5,000,000, of which
S3 per cent, went by the Panama steamers
On hundred packages of tea were shinned
to New Fork, and five hundred and nine to
Chicago by rail to-day. Seventy-eight pack
agee of silk-worm eggs were shipped to
uyoua, r ranee, on i aesaiy,
Mref. blows ib Hs tvofon.
Notwltkiundlflg rsbdnt contradictious of
the fact, Mrs. (Howe's locg-f romlsad reply
to the critics of the Byron scandal-lb the
shape of book, Is to be Immediately pub.
Ilsfaed by Fields, Osgood & Co. It Is an
nounced to appear oa th 8th of JanuAry.
tlcrewkh we give the Initial cUpter. which
will be seen t6b Mrs. Clowe's protest
BgatrMt tb storm which she railed bv her
article ta the AiUntl and her reason for
publishing tbAt article t
CBAnXR I, IKTBODCOnON.
The IntervAl sine raypubljcatlou of "Tbe
True Story of Lady Byron's Life" ba boon
one of stormy dlAcnsloa aid of much lavec
tlTtu I bAve hot thought It neceasary to disturb
sbt BDlFtt atnt euufuser nv sen of rititt br
evaa aa attempt at raadlog the many aiuslve
articles that both bare aad Is Xoglaad have
followed that dlscloeare.
Friends have underuken the task for m,
giving me from time to time the sabsUnce
of anything really worthy of Attention which
i o tiw iu ma tamaiu
J appeared to me easentlAl that the first
eicttcoutrt tnontd la a maasira spend ltaelf
before thar wWu be a possibUkr of apeak-
lor tO anr DarDO. Nn. whan all ta-nitM
teem to have apoken wB0 can apeak, and,
it is lo be hoped. baVe-cald tha utmost tnev
can aay, there sems a proprlet) la llatentug
calmly. If tut be possihlB, lo what I have
to say lo reply.
aoq, nrsi, way nave l mAae tut oucio-
TotM ImtuvrbrUI1tt.baMuti TeonaLUrrd
U mv dutu fa nuli tt.
I made It In defence of a beloved, revered
friend, whose memory stood forth In the
yesef the civilized world Charged with meat
repulsive crimes, of which I rtobdv knew
I claim, and shall prove, that Lady By
ron' repuutlon ba been (he victim of a
concerted atuck. beruo by her busband
daring her lifetime, and coming to Its ell
raaxoverbergTave. I claim, aad shall prove,
that It waa not I who stirred np tbls contro
versy la this year, I860. I shall show vo
diddoiL aod who I refponslblafbrbrlnelnir
oa me that bard duty of nuking theae dis
closure, which appear to me ought to have
dobd mui oy otuersr
X claim that theeo facts were riven ta me
as guarded by any promise or seal of secrecy,
Tpresdor implied) tbat they ware lodged
with me a one eiatar reeUher story with
another for sympathy, for counsel, lor d
renc. Never did I suppose the day would
come that I should be obi bred to so cruel an
anguish as this use of them ha been to me.
never did I suppose utat wtven tnoe suna
bAnds that had shed nothing bnt blessing
were lying In tbe helplessness of death
when that rr.t1 heart, m oralv tried and
to the last so fall of love, was lying cold In
the tomba countryman In England could
b found to cast th fouleat Uodr on her
grave, and not cm In all Kd flood to raise
an effective toIov fa her defence.
1 Admit the feebleness of my pie In point
of execution. It wa written In a sut of
exhausted health, when no labor of the kind
was safe for me, when my hand bad boa
strength to bold the pen, and IMedto
dlcute to ecothcr.
I bAve been tolH that Th. nn.
cougrAtulAt '.ayeelf on It aa a literary
effort. O Civ hrathara and laiBral t. .,.!
then nothing In the world to think of bnt
af7 hits I ask any man, with a heart
In bis bosom, If he had been obliged to tell
a story o cruel, because his mother' grave
gave no rest from alaadert 1 ask any woman
who iiauiDMn lorccato men a aiacioeure to
free a dead slater's name, from trrnaaaat la.
suits, whether she would have thought of
aiRuug .mi Tiwra, oi uiucracoa a literary
Are tho cries of the oppresaed. the gasp
of the dying, tho last prayer of mother
are any words wrung like drop of blood
from the human heart to ba I ndo-vt ut aP.
MV fellow COUntr-Taan nf Am.rla mam
of the press, I have done ysaone act of
Jnstlce or all your articles, I have read not
1 shall never be troubled tn th tntm- tima
by the remembrance or any uuklnd word you
have said of me, for at tbls moment I rccol
lect not one. I had such faith In von. such
Pride lU my COUntrYmen. aa man with -a ttnm
ihrtBl Btl Alll... ..- a - .
-. a,, mucn, tui nan oi woman waa
safe and sacred, tbatl Was at flrat atoolebd
andlncrednloaaat what f hr.i nrihavin.
of tba American prsas, and wa silent, not
jAJBicijiiuiu me luipoBBioiuiyoi Deiog neara,
OUk fav.ni errlaf anil akamA T)n. -t..al
conTlnce. ue .ht Ton were, In mAny caiet,
acting from a mlaunrt.nundlnr of facu.
and ibrongb ml.guljcd bonii. feilbwi
and I .till feel courage, tbcrefore, to aak r,iS,
jouaf.lr bearing. Now, ae I bir. done
rou tbla luetic Will TOU .Ua An m. th. ,..
latereit bare you or I, my brother and my
Iibb ta Ikla .itA llf. .F . a.... -
Delos Lake, appointed county Judge of San J sister, tn tbls short lire of o?rs, to utter an
Francisco, vice McKlnley, has resigned.
Blocks or earthquake were felt through
out Western Nevada lest night, but no dam-
age Is reported.
Tbe bullion yield of tho Bouth Aurora
mine, In the Whito Pine district, for Decem
ber Is 180,000.
Shipments to New York will hereafter be
Legal tenders are quoted at 83,
Cleared, St. James, for Liverpool, with
3S.000 sacks of wheat.and tho Two Brothers,
for same port, wltb 33,000 sacks or wheat.
Sailed, the Huguenot, for New York, and
Welch, for Valparaiso.
Tho Now Railroad War In New Tork.
New Yobk, Dec. 30 Tbe books seized
last night at the office- of the Atlantic aod
Great Western Railway Co , are In posses
sloooflhe Erie Railway Co, from whose
offices all orders regarding the man age nent
of the Atlantic aud Great Western H. It.,
emanate. Tbe office at No. 40 Broadway,
Islnchargooftwo officers of the Supreme
Uourt, and no btiaitoaa (a duuo .licit), tne
cause for tbo raid by Koccitcr O'Dougberty
appears to-day, la tbe alleged fact that
James Mcnenry formerly president of the
Atlantic and Great Western Co , visited the
Broadway office a few dsys ago, aod car
ried off with blm to Europe the most Im
portant books of tbe Company.
New England Manuractarer--Tblr
Condltloa Hbown bj lb Divi
dend. Boston, December 80. The dividends of
the manufacturing companies show a com
parative decrease, but not to the extent
which tho talk of dull times would seem to
Justify. Of twenty-nlnecompanles that pay
dividends lu Boston only six pass them, viz i
TboDwlKht, Grea Falls, and Manchester
Print Companies for tbe second time, aad
the Atlantic, Continental, aod Everett Mills
for the first time. The semiannual dlil
deads of the other twenty-three range from
three to twelre per cent., one being of
iw elre, three of tsn, one of eight, one or six,
four of lire, eight of four, ami live of throe
per cent. ,
Tbe ForolBo, Hll,1VTleo
New York, December SO. JVstmasler
General Creswell ajid Fostu.Ai.er Jones
hare had Another -lobg constitution to day
relative to tbe contract for carrying tbe
malls between tbla port and Europe.
Representative of various steamship lines
took part In tbe discussion, and after a full
and free Interchange of opinions on both
sides, (be Postmaster General ratified the
i oq tract already made. Tbe steamer Rheln,
which was to have sailed to-day, will start
next Saturday with tbe malls. She has Also
190,000 in specie engaged.
EuloaJ-BorJIr Nlaulon 1 th Union
Lrngno of few York.
Nm ionic, Dec. 30. t a epeclal meet
ing of the Union League Club this evening
addressee commemorative of tbe Ufa and
ttilnr but thetruthT la not troth ImIwmii
man and man and between man and woman
th foundation on which all thing restf
Have you not, every Individual of you, who
must hereafter give an account yoarsair alone
to God, au lutereat to know the exact truth
lu thla matter, aud a doty to perform aa re
spects that truth; Hoar me. then, while I
tell yon tbe position In which I stood, and
what was my course In relation to tt.
A shameless attack oo my frleod' memo
ry ba appeared In the Jiiaekvtood ot July,
ibfii), branding Lady Urroaastb vilest of
criminals, and recommending the Gulccloll
book to a Christian Public ai IntereaUnr
from tbe verv fact that It waa tha arnwa!)
production of Lord Byron'a mlstreaa. No
efficient protest was made against tbe out
rage In England, and LUUWt Living jgt r.
printed tbe JiUckicoa,! article, and th Har
pers, ths largest publishing hojts in Ame
rica, perhaps in the world, renubliahed tha
lu statements with those of tbe Hlxl
wooil, J'all Mall Gautti, and other English
periodicals were being ropagated through
ail tbe young reading aud writing world of
America. I was meeting tbem advertised
in dallies, and made up Into article In mag
aglnss, aod tbe generation of to-day, who
had no means ot ludtrlnf I-edy nyroa lut
uj mese famea other slanderer, were being
foully deceived. Tbe friends wbo knew her
personally ere a small select circle In Eng
land, whom death is every day reducing.
Thsy were few In number compared with tbe
great world, and were iUnt.
I saw these foul slander crystallizing into
hlstorv. uncontradicted bv friend a whatmw
ber personally, who, firm la their knowledge
ut uer virtue, uu .iiauwmi iu rt,w an aria
tocratlc clrclea generally are, had no Idea
of tbe width of tho world they were llvlug
In, and the exleeucr ie When
time passed oa and nu m. u wae med, I
spoke. I gave at first a simple story, for
i knew instiuciMeiy tout whoever put the
first steel point of truth luto this dark cloud
of slaoder must nalt for the storm to spend
lUelf. I must say the storm exceeded my
expectations, and has ragt. 1 aud toag.
But now tbat there Is a tumpare.tlve still
ness, I shall proceed, first, to prov what I
have Just beeu asserting, and aecond, to add
to my true story such facts and incidents a
I did not think pro,er at first lo sute.
Mu FEiBoor'sRESTiMj Place. Harrooi v
Grove, the spot sslcctol by Gon vtbody
for hi burial, Is, says Ap, letoa'a uurrwi, a
beautifully-wooded, rising ground, sltuaud
upon tbe northwestern boundary of Salem,
Mawacbasetts, aud Itaell bordering upon the
line of -tbe town now called PeaboJv Unnn
tbe principal street of the latter, lately the
Bouth Darners of his early life, the visitor
still sees the house, with Its small shop front,
In which, ae the boy of a village store, many
of tbe yoathful days or th grsat philanthro
pist ware spent. The Utile window of It
uarrow attic Is tbat of his bedroom. From
Its elevation above tho street doubtless he
often looked out upon the rich landacape,
which, "In all tbe country round," tdeutlfle
ancient Dan vers as ou of th moat beautiful
of the New Eoglaal towns. Among Its
icaiurea nearest CAiani.witnwu.cn be was
familiar, perbap the loafy shade of tho
rldne, now known as Harmouy Urov,may
have been prominent. In hie day, It was a
charming resort for a leisure or a playful
hour. Like many another similar locality,
however, In the neighborhood of the older
niiiacaDiitii towoe, me piay ground oi tbe
holiday has become the quiet and tasteful
rcaiiog piace oi toe a aaa.
A SCBSCRirTIOB U on font at T utun
aervlcea or Fdwln M. Stanton were delivered J . for the purehaae or the fan as Swemn
by Wm. CttUen Bryant, Rev. Dr. Bellow Anelnwbleh made eomuunolee about
. ' . PhavlulAn tiafehA. a.jI mB. B 1. Mart... A ..
ana otbiii, a. I committee. w, iPVIutcd Tt." b Vcw ii moeir oour rioN
tot&liu a fund for tbe family of tbe dccened. 1 diire. "wninient to our ucau igi.
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