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JlSTl NATIONAL REPUBLICAN ruiJLlBUID KVXHTr MORNINOi (laadAVI eReentedaJ riorthtsit Corns of TentaBd D Streets, If mat! Be Fesisilttila evaiat.) tflttfi flats I eab wlbtre (by carrleri) atfd Celt PT aollB Ha.letbeerfaen.BOOftef'eeatni .Q0frsts: .Ui tad l.Wf lata natae.taTtai.' atlaaaf faMbtlehed ovary ftetordarttoralas.eBd U p? alihediaeabierlberaal the foKowlas iun copy yar, Sti three mpIm Mn eoj lK aBlaieaa iMr. tlfi alalia aovlee la wreppara, ee. Auction Bait. . TiV THOMAS PUW1-10 !" XJ 10T B HI OUR STRICT, --." ww"HtKSlM!i I 6 OBOBOBTOWH Uaae MBit wild aald llaef Ooaereee elreei pa haodred aad urn fail els lVhee. jeere le, 1 the irtkwit eerser i. ?"r :.'?.! IkitMHixrlf inuiititru na or bom oa Baaare aaa way-w mi hi i (k. . llaanf aruniai fatal wld Bile t time aorta wltli aald llae of aald alley lets eoethaaet toiltrM .loBBlha Carter' let. J lhae with IB eoaia (ia ei vrivr imwm vri a r auo wi raoir r ii kiMtM Owl, r II will Urni af Bale are be ImiMliui; reaol4 !'". ttoapiM withwtiku Breeaye. wawjpww will b r-ald at the fltk lU ee of le dafasl. HI pmrehMr Itlaaavtrkl lBeiBg,tidie,rreioo etenpt el la atl ( lk pMtr JdBI B. DOSKIttT. dJ Jnl-wiU OarprirMiTlTtlk4 it iln ifiKiiiMiitiinus'sV BVIHTH I5bt ut" v Sf "? i" of Ik- " Qrl f th. filairlclxf rolnnbtB. pa4Lh lOih ir f ? Wl7arMQMffMlOBjartWMPUllf 4S-fJ a fthaat arth twaalrratttiaaaaataaha Jrid aaailaiariUaaalU7lUaaaafttthUM aal4alir tfrtatrftall Iboaea arotl to ika plaoaof Tka InproTamaata aaaalit of a wlr batlt Taraa Urr BrUaHoia-, witka caia'tomwn Ua 4araa. b Pali la. laata, al i ilka &t of rrtfn atda aaTtraaoa ba wlibkaJAaaUl hitiT pa4 lliuM ! tt?aael alpar liiMt'i ft. Oaa haadrad dollar will f qoirtdUMpaU 'J'it-KJ'tf'L g prPPVTir ii via vn vr. e iDXOfi-Ttfrr , Trailaa aalfcwaat Coraaf of Paaaarlvaala artaaa tad aiVTaaiaut TALDiBL WW 4LT aAar Of, AD.AWOilrYHI WMI" i. a iind't aad b Tlrtaa of adaadof troat lal aaaalJ ad raaardal mtn Karorai imnniim mr D 4. a a or Iko Laa4 Bacorda f.r iko Waabtartna. la lbDI4nit Co BBibla, aallaa WIDS"nAlUa 14ib dayof Ja a I) ISTtl. alSiJOa alok d. m .aathaora 4. oaa or Ika taa4 Racorda f.r iko roatir l i'- "ll' Co aaibla, I will l Ika hlikaal blddr, ail tb 1 aartata plaeo or paraal o( laad otiaato aad lflf la Ika altr o VfhlaitoB aad DUirla Of Cotaabla, kaowaaad daa riba oa ka plat or plan f aald tttf aaLoi It araarTa lua aambaradlo. .... Tarotaof alat TMrtaaa tkoaiaad dollars eaibi tka ro Idaaalfaad It taaatka, avr4 bradaad of traat. win aowa saanai inmi, u aw iiiil uiaiii at anrehaaar'a Mat Taro hia rod doll a wllfba raaUad from Ik pnrakaaar dtoves. to THE NEW EMPIiKE HOT AIR, Oil, AAD PAtkVBDRTIIRO COOKING STOVJi CAR uorsuitroiR. FOB WOOD HI COAI. TUB KI3W X33X1XUU It lh tr Unl nw .CJL1! SllL'ft )1 IKiHtKK'S lUXILUKT t CUlHBlf it TACUID. A ? laf f TUrtr yt' Mat, U FtaL TarltUIr WM. H. HARROVER, 53S SeTnttt Street, oall itf ruadaaraaortbof Faaaa a. R' K PAIRS VOtX ITOVEI, UANU1C. DUVD'B flTOVH KAftTOttT ; If a tiara a a IV anaTU. RHIIfl MlMI 1ID MDHHtRlir tTO' roukkt yotn, jar tf 4Tfl If lath a(r i, haiwaaa ft " Tnnten a UOOKJb JOS r PEINTEE, , Cr. Sib D !( . QHlNQTOH,' U-irCIAL ATTHTIOJI TA1D TO H1KI110 nniEriia uwoaim,, i, t71 faiULATCBthttJo aaaillU.it 0. C9f IEAr PiTlPM'IVTOal PRINTER S,- j. Waal ward Balldlar, aortb aid af raaaiytTlala araaaa, baiwaoaTaatk adIlTitk ilraata. DmIi Job, aid fftwipapa prUtlaf pronrtlf JAi 0. J.1.Z' M MtnU CORNER ' ?tHBijltiili Atiodj lid 'EIcttLti Urtfl, (0rXohsi Ji BUiftKii'a llra.) '8ZCOKDFW0S g HaU, Cjpi, Boou, and Bhoet- BOOTS , ANrf SHOKS. ImatDio Bfocfc of Bl'ltl'S SHOES, Juat raetlTed, nkTlaiaalaotaifrata .Uo bail ain ofiel or. aritalbaauatlry I ha bMlllBtof BOOTS AWU SUOKS IW THE OITV. For Uaatlamta, tadlaa, and Tuaagar Folk, w hladlr laflio all. altar loutlof raaad, aid bafora prcbalaf, to call aad COM fARS HUICK3, aa wa faalaoad. dial tbat wa will do bamr by raataaaaaroiaarboaM "! lha aoaauy C1CO, II. UlJViON A CO., B4 SoTanttt fltyoat.uudar Odd Folio yri aol tf . . liall Confectionery.. OHAVFIKI, D rronoh Confootloiiory Lrftdloa amd aMlliaatt'a lltauruBl ftaA plttlna; Saloon, UafiBo. batwi TMrtaaatb atroala i mm (; tr wh," sum ImVIii f lb vftnr MM iW rabf .1 J?1!!' J!? !. " " im-iim.... Vi)lipiT .r. VI5ob,J.ir.ir a. , u.ai j,-.", " thai lot it UOUD allaaialo. aociUwi Halitia. WtduM M. blUwil Iaala.al lirlulMTnlrunlfM nalk .1 II. aMIh.a.t r Hud aa isaarraaa lima. aaa nauiBa The ellaatloa of eepllallata It ra lad to thle prep arty, Mil t one fnit eUtf ble fiUidles late saw foreeje. ltu2lrMlrppo-iitt.flrfMe.ii4 ii.olh'Krf"A.r,ai:s,i.-..4 nuini at avvo v. vawv Pro4l !). tktpralMfl.a lTIPAT.Ma piceaof laid BltatU4 la lh cttrof Wh'5ti btilrUtor Colanbia. aad bla that pari 11 -rilkl,(H t,)laaqvaaaatbt(oathaB !bo follow!- nti aad baaaiai Daataalac th ivo of Bavaala it root, at apotat dUualiwoair ui ha laa aaalhwaat MfiM at aal4 a4.aat ram If iba urna f aata aro aot aopllad with wllbta radiia rroaa dor of aalo. Iba proparip will ba raaold al tba Hk af jka dafaaltlajt parabaaar, COOFlft LATIUKE. dat1 S'awMa t ar) twwtoiow nt vvK3 w-aPl a S" """TJ" " "yaiore ib OTary atyiot it Craarai, Watap Uaai RoMaaPaaabaa. atwaya oa 1 baad Kaapaopaajaatlf tb Tkaalr aad diacarto ar obi r ' rtiiiiiii onppor, aad ttaaapr tloa faralabad ai tka ahurtait autlaa aaaV jaaaj aaoaabla Wma. rartla fBralabad wllb tba laait abllOraamaalaail Win. Waltafa. Aa..A&.a joaatrT1'rariproBpMy,tAd dffiEha noDoiii.!Mi-RoaiTqRi, oppoiiTi jjXASHc 4jl yiLll"li :llOMfl Ml VQLXI For Bale or Bent rvROa -TORI FOB IILI-STABD 051 or a' , a ana , vaai, ua noirmi - BiOfl imiib jirraifiiT nisimiit i f. f Aianni a.l. . n.-. 5' m, w Buvui "ran v viui'iii m i i mia, A raaaayUaala aToaao. batwata Kiatb it I?OR IAtC-APATSfTBiatlTTO AK III .' proTfd Patatt Kill Blona Drata Iiqalraat tka In lra Uaaaa. 349 laaaarlraala araaa aaatTiTBaia t" will plaaaa aalliWbaa noaawiaaiaf to parDaawm plaaaa imiiWmi parfaetoxpUBatfoaTT llbaifraa brtbapataataat J a Jl- PARlIb BOWan I? OH IIF.ST.-Tba Thraa Btorf tlrlak ' Unaia, Ro 7 Twaal4rl atrial, batwaaa U aad II. with gaaaad walar Ptaaafaloa oa, thoftbof Jaaaarr. .kn. irply at OS 'aaa-lraala ataaaa. CaUl ELEGANT 1 ATTRACTIVE ! CONVENIENT! .Wo olTr for adalho IBJttlFOQftSTORT RIIIID BRICK VROST AUIplKCM, jatt balat aomptaiaJ. ho aortb aid f a alraot (atwaaa Mlalb aad Taalb alraata Thav aaalala llrooma. balk roflm.watar alaaata. ahta-alra1a, obUaa praaaa,?)il aad old Ibraaahaaaj a fataaoa baataithb lia henaai l.i..a..I.Ii Ja L.H.J.. .X(UI IT. ui.a' IB IB.IBB BBBiajiqa aaiiii idoorabUadaaadtrinailaii PIBIk VBIHW'aif waanv)B IIOIIHiaia, mall' I rattan kiuu . i Ilk talihnal aiakklaa . To partlaa daalrlaf flrtalftl PwolITR boaaai a batiar epportaaliffoi Parabaatat raa ba of. farad Tkaaa ara wall ballt. laaatad lalbaaaatro ripoaiiTt aa aoayaaai m an tao atrfoa ran SB VIRAL niNMQIiRLT FOftRl ROOMS fOK RI1T, altbar la orftlaflr, al Ha 401 Tblrlaaath alraal, isniD Hallaa iorU 01 llfaaara ataltlaa Ika altr. ar ibaaa daalrlac parnaaaal Board will 4adlltotkalr ad BBiaaalit lull iinu an aaatrallv Inraiad aail t dlataao aad F Hi tat ear Tabl Boardara toaomnodatad aeua coat aaiaai uniin irota aoiit id avaaa ?III TORHIIUXPiOpkH FOR HIST-I 1 atraat, aaar Flflaaati, a; aaairania laaaLian, loaattaa, laaatr at Mo, 391 H -nORBIIft'-ANlUaAIITlDlTI OF BOOMS, l-wlthllath Koom aad Watar Ctout attackaJi a1n, aovaral fclaalo Raooia for atUnaa apply al 911 Tblrtaaalk, aaat atd,afowdora aorth ' ft atraal. ao4 tf FW iaal dattrabla laaatlaa aad aalakasr hfwwt lp tba ctir3 Tanna libaraf .laqalr at flo B iLE-THBll iTOIT BRICK HOU8I, 19A UapUbJ atamnA. Hit Ika unit nf Blttb alraal, laiaad. Oaa. bol aad aold water ii(ii ar piBea naaiar, naraia naaiaif. an ib ;oodraralr Btlckatabfaaaraarof lot,wttb taa adwair aad room Jilarra boraaa Will W oldabaapforraaV v' H 1 ORKIORt oa7 If tar1 .. ta " - WaVIlL. WANTID-iLUT 0.1 TBI UCAKO. H , twaa8illbaadTUtrt Addra T" atUtaOfiff, wUkprtaaaadlaaaHaa Lin. iihr. inn rmi Ai.p,m,wi klaa-. WnBaiBlalaala ma aardapplf al JliKOItrSKBAT a PaaitTaalaaaa 1 JKADVU.IL.NtJ lldOHUVEM III XJ, tri. btwa L aad U, (wilda. ba aad aaUaallkiBdaoUadlaa.'a'aBU. aadcbUdrana' Ett oaT olalaff, aadtreiotbUg boot aad aboai ata, cap blaabtti. qoiltr. badrprvada, abaatl ottllt. had iti raa da. ahaata. iir I9 ii mau or outrBia nraiaBiii -- "i:. !..' T? B. JCITII PATS lAlKIUftB-HIPKICfcaruR - L,ati' uaai aaaabiidraa'a Hoa baa Clotblaa. UadarGloihl. Boot. Bboa. Aa . Ho, 4l5i1latb atraau batwoaa DaadB ilraata. tbtri door, ron Yaaaf Mia Cbrlitlaa AaaaaUltaa oauaiaa n d abj m 't by Mall proraplly IWflll IW SjSjSjrSjSjSjSjJjrij TOTniWORRlXO CLASS -Waar aew pro paradlofaralah all alaaiaa with aoaatatlanploy aaBtat bona, tho wbol of tba ttaaa or for taa rparmotnati Uaal&aaiaaw.UabtaadproBtabi r-orooaaot allbaraaa: aaally aara frouU aaataio W$ par ! t aad a prcportioaal iam by do Kir la aara aaarlyaa maehi aa aiaa. Tbalalwho aaa tbla aotloo may aaad ibalr addraaa. aad laat tb lauii loair wboib uaaa iu naiiini ani aiaiaoB! La aopy of Ibo tfH PfwU Lltirmru Ccmpanit yt m iajiB tail ai i'uut iiwinrin pablUhad all ! fraabr aaalL kriTV waai parnaaaat, pratlabt work, addroaa B. C. ALL 19 A t)Q . aajteLM alaa. MJti W IdUoldaBdlltvar.ar aap albar artUU Talaa. at tba olJ-a.ulll.had Marabant paw brobar btoro f B. FULTiiN CO . Alt ItlaU 'iiiun w i on mi t aaairlraaU aTaaaa, ra( aaooro aoriBsi i acpji Boar31ny DUAUnlNU, Jl . 11XJITUH HMITII, Iff otdoaa coanlr. Va i bavjaff naiad Hooaa Bo, SfTaatb itraai, Votwiaa D aad R ilmii, ba taaja aamnlata imi arraaaamaaii lor llimnu a OABJiBfi D06-S Wt tUK DAT tftii bba UKJtt atb rootaa oa all 1 aUiioor la aalla, wllb or wlthoal aaT.tf - board.' trai noatb tba aValXHIGAH liaUMK. rr aad roaaiylTkala aiaaaa. foi B'-Opai Xoit and Found. Clft RRWiBD 4-LOST. Olt Till So 1BSTABT Oil aitbor laibo PolnjOoa,Qr btlwaaa It aad lib tfitpttoJ, BUdy'aBOLinuOLDBBBAaTrUa, Th ladirwIUraoalvoiboabaTa r wail by laaalai li allbli-maa t.Ti-" 'i Shlrtf. SUTaEBLiND'8 in. XtPUIIVJ i, FITTING ' (U.) ."- 'SHIRTS. . i 't. 1 U"J 051.7 18 aBE bALj"DOZKM. MANUFATynai'Ajnis , , v SHIRT AND- COLLAR FACTORY, 31Baf,.OiiDorliiatBflTfBith. i a RLfht SUrti And Ufldaf pirman' XU to Ordtr, smn w Rxz osouBD,ioXr& rATTJtnl VTy M CTH Spofiiw tlSSflc5 Tka cliltiai of lb Djalrlat ar faapaatfallr la JlOBEIlT FULTON & CO., J$X rtlVTU flTEKXT, la?4 raUr mi atUtila a arrtaitaitala for LOANING MONEY b- OK HerelihiHllBj r Ker7 flpU, . W AT Til , , LOWEST RATES. WMafor 11(000 AID oVWATW HRciflT, Opaa KVEKT DAT (Sabdir tttaptaJ) from 8 ainn aai a j . Aaypar a mayoppaaabUivti.A,.. . . HAMUIL FIIBIB. UBITBD 8TATE8 TATKBT OFFIClT WAniuisTtm, D 0 .Baa 10, lgeo m Oa Ibo JMIIllon of Wittiia L, iUaTaa, of HtvrUtti. raaiyUania prayiei for tba laaaloa of pataal araat'd to bun ok lla llik davaf Marak, IBM. for au tiupmrauaat )a Or ,11 laordirad that Iba Utllnioayla Ibo oaao b InaaJ n ik. kih .v r.r v.i.iiaa.i ii..i if.. lima rortttlDf arsvtutbti and Ua Kiaialan'o ri fort Ulll;,4 to tValSlb day of February aaat i lad tbat aald paUlioa bo haaxd oa Ib lii day tf abntary aaxl i panoa may oppoaaiaia aitaoiloo . ,7ka 8AMUBL FltlllRB. dais Tblw OotaroiaaloMaraf Palaala. lawals lauplo Maiy aaa Vt tar., SttSV lag Una, ay. 11 TTfllTID STATU PATXKT OFFICI, -."iih P'1". CnH Lawia of Mai ,? i.PiSMacforthaailosaloB ofapaMBl BfitrisiiusK'islEwa Uua (or tllai ainnnTla aaKa Siiiali. ari L'. ty ffUSIHBTOW fACTI iHD lMPtE10B, lRTraAii btbtjb BicRitT yeitordbj were $531,809.71. - f w - BcrirtTiiOR ruiiur, of Ylrglnl. wn at the riTenoo bureAQ jitrdy iarofertneo to taa lappreutoa of 111 Id I dlillllAtlon And frAUdi la bis district. With is a fr dAjit Fmldont hAibeon trongty urged to withdraw from the Benito tho narao of Qen.foUi a,doTarnor o( Moq Una Terrttorj, In plAct of Gen. Aihley, until tho latter: daI An orportaDltj of reply ing to tho charged brought agaloit him. Tm Grisit. Krd, amo BLtR Uooms attbo Execntlro Manilon haro been doood to pectatort for a short time, la ordor to allow be npholittrors an epportonlty of flnlihlog he decorations of these apartments prior to ;he lnAtinratloa of the reception itaion. Lmr. BcBXs.ln command of a eanad of earalrjr whtoh has been successfully auUt log the taABe offlcers Id floothweiUrn Vlr glnla, wts yoittrcUr ordered by the War De partment to trail l for his command tn an other section of the eonntry fur special duty. The otjeetlre point of operations bai not transpired. Tna roLLowiMO iumtd offickbs hate been ordered to report without delay to the superintendent of the general recruiting serrlce at New Tork city for assignment to dutyi BreTet Major C. J. Wilson, Captain Oscar II g d, Captain William BhlcldiiFInt Lieutenant John W Jordan, ordered to the Department of Missouri j Captain Samnel L. Barr, ordered to the eommandlng officer at Fort LeATenworth. Tub oazrtAica orricms of (ho bay? found treat trouble In procuring supplies of powder at tho beginning1 of the rebellion owing to the extortionate demands of the speculators In nitre, which was then im ported from niudostan. To remedy Ibid be GoTsrnment has erected a nitre depot at Maiden, near Boston, where 3,600 tons are now deposited, and 11 le proposed to erect another similar depot In the Middle or Western stales. Fatrmts Isscbd. Durlnr the wsefc end ing yesterday there were 340 applications for patents, 00 caToats filed aad 193 patenie ordered to issue on the 11th Instant. Of the 190 patents Issued oa the lh, 3 were to Wasblngtonlans, tUi John 8. Lorejoy, for a curtain fixture, and Edward Fay, for a lock. William Clock and J. D. Michael, of Baltl more, are the only Marylanders who re- cetred patents, the former for an automatic coal-sifter, and the latter for an egg box. Vlrgtola and West Virginia recelred none. TniNxw Statr Dbfabtmbst. Superrls Ine Architect A. B. Mnllett has Jail finished designs for the new State Depart ment,whlch will at once be submitted to the commission appointed to examine plane for the proposed structure. It is proposed to locate the bulldlcg on the Gorernment reserratlon corner of Sersnteenth street and Fennsylra nla avenue, and the plan which will proba bly b adopted combines the most modern ImpToremeots, as well as taste In exterior proportions. Tni 7 30 tw&ds pronounced counterfeit, recently recelred from the Second National Bank of LoulsTtDe, were yesterday returned to that bank as a fraadalont loan. Experts were puxxicd ror some urns la datectlnrra- rlslloos with the genuine, and were finally compelled to admit thAt the bonds returned were much better executed than the reenlar issue. There are Imperfections In the tren nine, owing to oversight on the part of the engravers, that were omitted in the counter fells, and It was this difiarenco In tho gen uine tbat cm called attention to them. BinivKSAor tib 8txTa Auditor's Or f ici. The fbllowlna; Is a summary of busi ness done at the Sixth Auditor's ofllcednrlnf toe montn or Uecembert Aeooonts recelred 43,009, registered 13.01, eoptad C7t, ad Justed 44,090, amonnt lnrolred 13,730,307, Foatmaster General's drans 575, warrants 3M,amount drafts 9730,amonnt of warranU and drafts, $603,280 57, amonnt Of Auditor's drAfts$110.iO3.o3reiulslUonkil,amount$19.- OMJelters recelred 7,955, eent 13,407, re corded 033, number of clerk employed 149. Miss Katb Batbmax. This lady, Yho Is unquestionably the finest actress now before the public, will commence an engagement at the National theatre on Monday eTenlngr next. The legitimate drama finds an able exponent In Miss BaUman, who, In addition w ner nisinonio aouuy, is saw to do a most beautiful woman. She comes to this city flashed with success gained In every city where she has performed, and will doubtless create as great auri?r bore as she has else where Major Thomas CuMMiKai, captain Nine teenth United BUtcs infantry, has been round guilty by court martial recently con vened at New Orleans, and. tho President havfog approved the findings and sentence or the courtthai he be cashiered and held In custody at sacb place and In inch man ner as the proper authority may direct untU he refunds the sums of $1T3.J0 and $173.15, emoezziea Dy oim the teuteuce will be duly executed, and Fort Jackson, Louisiana, has been designated as the place of confinement. lie therefore ceases to be an officer of the army fromDecamberSljlftOO. A rrrmot recently presented to the Sen ate oy a citixen of Boston, asking tbat du plicate five-twenty bonds be liiaod In place of two bonds lost by him, while travellnr. In the Rhine, In 16O0, was yesterday referred to Treasurer Spinner, and aa examination of the records showed that the coupons of the bonds claimed to hava been sunk under the eye of the owner three years since wsre round In the Register's office. The claimant says tho bonds were In a traveling bag, and that the bag fell overboard) yet the coupons have been regularly pAld as they hare fallen due. Tub action of the Ways and Means Com mittee In reducing the tariff on pig Iron from $9 to $7 per ton has brought out a savage howl from pig Iron producers, though scarcely any of them aver that they cannot still make pig Iron at a good profit. But such monopolists die hard, and yield only when they aro compelled to. The members of tho committee are deluged with protests against the reduction from this Interest, bat they are not likely to chaoge their decision on Uo subject. They see too many of the Iron works and machine hop closing tbslt doors to Incline them to look upward In the mattsrofrstes. Tub ItAiuoAD Mbbtih& at the City llall last night, a report of which will be found In another column, was In many respect one of the most important ever held, here, for through It our tlUsens hare reeelia,! some Information of what Congress would prooaoiy uo lor us m tbe way of railroads. The synopsis of the speech of lion, Martin, trciasr ja wonny or perusal, ue makes some Interesting suggestions and affords much encouragement to CTcry person In tho fcal touWictoi. Ht. i iatWA8HINQT0N. D. P., .WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1870, community, for all are deeply Interested In oar railroad connections. Mr Welker'e utterances are Important, si he Is a promi nent member of the District of Colombia Committee. Skcrbtart Fisa last v. eek f urnlthed tbe Senate Committee on Foreign Relatione with a copy of the letter which Minister Sickles presented to the Spanish authorities, but afterward withdrew, In relation to tbe United States acting as mediator In effecting assttlemcnt of tho Cuban troubles. The State Department manifested much besltA lion about furnishing this correspondence, but upon an assurance being given tbat It frould be kept secret, consented to do so. The committee at their next meeting will examine IhU correspondence, and oon after report Sickles1 name to the Senate for con- J mutton or rejection, as they may decide fter examining thl letter. BcptntnTCwDasT Eocn IIoao. of tbe Central Indian so prin tendency, writes to the Indian borean tit bs has w for oodbcII with thdCheyennes, Arapaboes, lowasl Comanche, Osages and Kaws, to ba held at tho new agency of tbe Cheyenne, on tbe Canadian, on tho, 35th of February next. Agents Darllogton, TaUra, Gibson and Slubba are to be present with Mr. Iloeg, abdl Is hopedthe conference will resnlt la an Improvement of the condition of both the wiltes and the Indians. Mr. Iloag 1 one of tbe Friend appointed last spring, and ha been remarkably incceiirul in tbe dia cbaneofhlsdottes. It I more than prob able that he will before long be summoned to Washington, tbat the committees of Con- eress mar avail themie!vee of hi observa tion And experlenco In connection with In dian irr.in. t " !Natal Ordra. Tho following named officers hare been detached from the United State tteamer Alb ad t and placed oa waiting orders i Captain G. B. Black from the com mand, and Lieutenant Commanders R.S. UcCook, B F. Day, George W. Armentrout, and G. F. F. Wilde, Master J. C. Morong, Ensign E. D. F. Heald, Snrgeon James UeMasteri Assistant Surgeons L. S. Fllcher, and Alfred Griffith, Chief EoRlueer J. W. Thomson, r, First Assistant Engineer, H. D. McEwas, Becond Assistant Engineers J Ji. Watts and Itarrlson Spear, Cadet En gineer Charles F. Howell, Boat win Kdward Kenney, Gunner James Itayea, Carpenter GeorgB E. Anderson, and Sallmaker Nicho las Lynch from duty on board. Paymaster W. W. Williams Is detached from the Albany and ordered to eettle hlsacconnts. Com mander William A Ktrkland has been do. tached from tbe command of the Wasp. Naw OrBRi. Fatrlamb's new opera, "Treasured Token," which wa produced In Philadelphia a few days ago, and which was highly complimented by the press of that city, wUl, It la thought, be Introduced In Washington some lime la Fsbrusry. Mrs, Falrlamb, who takes a leading part la the troupe-, comes In for a good share of praise by tbe critics. When It Is remembered that he 1 a native of this city, and well known In a respectable circle In the West End, where her parents are now living, additional Interest will bo attached to the opera. Mr. Falrlamb himself was formerly organist at Dr. Uall's church, and la well versed In all that pertains to the art of music. Several gentlemen ben are anxious that It should be brought out In this city, and If suitable arrangements can be perfected, It will, In all probability, be done. Tan Latr Visit or Ricbmoito Joun xIxists, Tho Richmond paper of yester day all contain account of the New Tear' visit of the gentlemen of tbe press there to this eliyw We give below extract showing how they appreciated the trip and the en tertainment afforded them while here. Tho Stat Journal, after gtvlog a detailed account, says t This was the last fealbsrand It broke Ihdbackor tbe Itlebmoad carnal. Tha lln .of march was taken up la earnest for tbe Arlington, ana a ouock in toe morning found us all sourly put to bed. aad the Washington folks begging ns to allow them to do even our sleeping for ns. They were so kind and attentive that really we were afraid to suggest a want, for fear It would bo at once ministered to by them despite of ourselves. .Nobodr In Washington would take any money from ns for anything, not withstanding we assured them It wae not 'Confederick,' but the very best article of constitutional Isgal totidsr. When a man did accept paymsat for anything, somehow or other, tbe change was Invariably too much. "The reduli wa w brought a much mousy back to Richmond a we took away with ns, and, therefore, the press visit to- tiasDiDKion uiu oua cuumick aa circula tion la Richmond. No donbt they bad heard how scarce money was In our cltr. and were determined It should not bt made Any scarcer bythem. We know not 'how to ex press our 't,hanks to the members of tbe wasniogton press ror me magnincont ana reneron stvla tn .which they eutertalned ns. ortoexprees'ourdeep'feelings of gratitude for the lasting obligation they have placed u under, and which we have neither tbe Ability or the wish to be ever able to pay, po snaii do in,insir cob lorsver" The IFAty says. "la the disenanreor rroreasiooil uotr. the newspaper reporter can allow hlmaeli tbe widest latitude In describing feellvIUe and publlo honors, but when he Is a recip ient of suck compliments, the order of things Is reversed, and be would modestly prefer that other pencil than nla own should de scribe tno tjvcuu ia wmen no may asrs con spicuously figured. "This, we donbt not, U the feeling of the members of the 'Richmond Press CInb who. on New Tear's Day, enjoyed not only the courteous and fraternal attentions of thslr friends In Washington, but were brought Into unusual prominence by the honors ac corded to them a a representative body. It would, however, be a Perversion of dellcacr to refrain Jtoax acknowledging tbe lavish hospitality with which we were treated Indi vidually aad collectively. Our reception and entertainment amounted la fact to an ova tion. From the onr of onr arrival, at five o'clock Saturday morning, until the approach of Sunday, we were enter tain J In princely style. If the resources of hospitality and courtesy wero not exhausted. It Is o,alte cer tain that the guests would haro been had time permitted our Jiosts to prolong their attentions." Tbe Dttpateh say t 'Il would be Terr bard to ay wlut the membsri of the Richmond press think of their reception In Washington without being suspected of extravagance. It Is hard to put loto cold, printed lines what a man feels who goes through forty eight hours of con tinued hospitality, which Is at once delicate, thoughtful and magnificent. Not a moment without a friend at your elbow suggesting some new pleasure) not an hour that was not programmed off into an excursion for amnsementi not a wish ungratlfiedi not a place where any of the visitor would be allowed to pay for anything) not a tight worth teeing that there was not somebody ready with a carriage to take yon there j a splendid lunch almost every houri a mag nificent dinner which probably has not been excelled In thl country In short, every thing that we could with glred with a cour teous refinement that made everything doubly welcome. That Is a description of onr trip to Washington" The Snquiur says i "Our thanks are doe to so manr for kind ness and courtesies tbat we hardly know bow to commence. As to the committee of arrangements, If they were cards they would all be aces of heart, and, to continue the figure, the other members of the Waah lngtoa pre would bo court card." 8TAT LEQieLATUrtES. NEW TORU. QTernernarman'a1asaR0--Otiie-ratio Ota e era Sleeted la ibo As tUblfa Niw TejRx, January 4 The Go urn or, in hi message to the Legislature, soys that the debt of the State Is $33,000,000. Ue de vote considerable space to canal, and urge such legislation a will lutafe cheap trans portation, no recommend tbe abolition of the repair contract system. The Governor speaks highly of tho State system of education, and expresie tbe hope that It msy be perfected. He objects to tha contract system of labor la prisons, aad rec ommends a number of general law and the avoidance of epeclal legislation- Conspiracy itatotes la regard to lab$r Ibould be abolished. He ask for a law to forbid SAfUoo aMreceIjers Jo eases against moneyed tttpaCcw W,Jggf proceedings, and flv i " awawtaaj Tattfaad uniformity lo. registry And election' laws. The revision of the criminal law Is destrAble. The Governor recommends the repeal of the excUe law, and devote much Attention to commissioners And city govern ment asking- for legislation oa these topics. He asks tbat tax levies and bills appropriate Isg money be taken op early la the session. The Governor protest against the action of Coogres toward the States lately In re union and agsintt the tariff, and discourse al length upon pecl payments, currency, Ac., and remarks that when the Federal Treasury la ready to redeem Ue legal tender promised In gold as fast as the publto are likely to present them, specie payments are thereby retimed all over the country, with out further effort on the part of any one, and without Inconvenience to the people. Tbe Governor calls attention to the publlo charities of the State, and commends them to tbe liberality of the Legislators. albaat, Jan. 4 .Mr. Ultchman (Dem.) was elected Speaker of tbe Assembly on the first ballot. The other officers agreed on la Democratic caucus last night Were also elected. peh-nsTZVahia IlARRitBORa. Jan. 4. Tbe House organ tied at 13 o'clock. Tbe Senate meet At 3 o'clock. There wa difficulty In errantxtnt. Eleven Democrats and eleven Republican ore hold ing over. The Speaker U a Republican, o that the Democrat will have on majority If they resist tbe tweariugr la Of new member. Owing totfis contested seals It msy losk the Senate for some Urn. Amaecnaenle. National Tbratrb. Mr. and Mrs. Flor ence were greeted with a full house last night, and tbe play of the "Colleen Bawn" has never been better rendered la this city than was given by these excellent artistes. To-hlght the drama of tho "Tlcket-of-LaaVs- Man," with Florence in hi specialty; of Bob Brierly, and Mr. Florence a Emily St. Erer emoud,wtll be given, and It I unnecessary to bespeak a crowded bouse. Thl after noon a Zsufretta matlneo will be given at 3 o'clock, when the pantomime of the "House tbat Jack Built" and other novelties will bo produced We understand that Mr. Horeice has concluded to give our cltlsens an opportu nity of wltaeaalog hie remarkable perform ance of Captain Cattle, In the play of "Dom- bey and Son," which will bo produced on Thursday next. Aa the home will probably be crowded on that occasion, we advise all who Intend going to seed re their seats early. Com csrt at Wbslbt Cbafil. This con ccrt, which will take place to-morrow night, should not be forgotten. The talent secured I the best In tbe city, and the entertain ment will be well worth Listening to. Prof, Tasker will preside at the piano, and Prof J. H. Daniel will act as conductor. Old Folks' Comcsbt. The Old Folks' coDoort will b given at the Congregational ennrco, corner or Tenth and Q streets, on the 6th Instant. Tbe concert will be given for the benefit of the Sabbath school con nected with the above chnrcb, and thirty Juvenile performers will take part. Tlccet, attne extremely low price of 15 cents, may be obtained at Ellis' music store. La Res' Mii-iTaxu. This Ircnpe (rave their lecond performance at Wall's Opera House last evening. Rlcardo, the "prima donoa,1 Is said to be good, and "Shoo Fly" runny. Latest Telesrvapbls) BraiTltlM. fi. C. Gaffleld, rectifier la the Second Brooklyn district, was arretted yesterday for violating the Internal Revenue law la rot keeping the proper books. Hath M. Camp & Co , sugar refiners o Bristol, R. I, have failed. Liabilities, $940,000. James Dewlttaod Kitty BUnchard plead guilty of manslaughter, at Foughkeepsle, N. T., yesterday, and -were sentenced to Im prisonment, the .former for four years At Auburn, aad the latter for three years at Byracnso prison. Ia consequence of the strike of the tele graph operators, our dispatches last night were very meagre. We hope some compro mise will be effected to-day, so that the publlo will not be without the new. Tor Tax of Fabmers. Some time since the Commissioner of Internal Revenue Issusd aa order to assessors and assists st assessor throughout the country In regard to tbe tax on farmers when they sell their own pro ducts, taxing them as produce dealers. Com plaint has been made against Atilstaot As tea, r Smith, of the Third Ohio district, that he ha oppressed the farmers by nnjutt assessment. General Schenck, the Repre sentative from that district, has filod his objections to the continuance of thl system of Uxatloo, aid enters bis protest to that effect. It is istiuatxd that thero are now not less than 50,000 miles or railroads In tbs United States, and that tbe lacrease for tbe patt year has been not lets than 7,700 mites, at a cost of over $300,000,000. This Is a terrible drain 'upoti the capital of the coun try, and cannot long b conllnted without a financial convulsion. In view of this. It Is urged that no more roads be commenced at present. Those la process of construction ought to be put through, that the capital already put Into them may bo made Avail able for the Industrial purposes of the coun try! but we are now so well supplied with lines on the main courses or travel that we can afford to wait a few years, until the public debt Is more snugly dlepossd of. be fore entering upon new enterprises of the kind. Rsr O B. FKOfnrwARAir la iniiiln in bis courts In the Rlcbardaon traraJv bv tha trnstees of his congregation. They have written him a letter In which they state "tbat tbe attacks upon him by scandaUov tng newspapers, so far from dlmlnlsblog hare served to augment their esteem for and their cooflJenca la him a tbelr rsUgloos teacher " Well, If they are aallafied. no one ela has reason to comolain. ProtLlnirhAni corUlnly Is a model clergyman, and has a model congregation, Dcrihu tbe past year 3,850 marries license have been Issued la Baltimore THE NEWS BY CABLES War osi the Press Renewed Freb able Action f tho new Hlnlafry neevptlon b Empress Baccate. Paris. January 4. Tha Iiaood. one of the organs of the irreconcilable, has been pros eculed for a breach of the press law In An article fATortng political organisation among soldier. It Is reported that tho new ministry will accept the programme of the Right Centre party. The ministers were received this Afternoon by the Empress Eugenie, who gave them a Tory gracious welcome. Tbe ratrit publishes some correspondence between OlUvter and Pierre Magne to prove that the latter advised the admission of the bombers of the Right and Left Centro Into (be ministry. GSBAT'BSIlTAIlf. Eloatlem fer parliament Erie barest the London Htoebt Beard. LORDOjr, Jan. . Grerlle Nngsnt has been elected to Pallament from Loogford over Marti Dj the Fenian candidate. The ttock board declines to ouoto Erlo railway ibare unless the? are stamped by the pro tact I to comlnlttee of London, ap pointed to guard the Interests of the share holders. MPAIIf. BUeljrnallem af tho Cabinet. LORXrOir, Jan. 4 The resignation of tbe Spanish Cabinet la consequence of Italy's refnaal to permit the candidature of the Duke of Genoa 1 announced. It Is reported that Admiral Topete will return to tbe min istry. LATE FOREIQH IHTELLIOEKCE. rBvyTa&ehCableaavAHaaaea'sItwlKney) Iinon AHA KHIOKATinif . Isntuenio Hstllai In Londan Laet mint-Depntattens I-re eent (rem all Lftrf Cities Important Npaecls af nir Uaarsn trr By Heasoa's News Asaertvl Freoth Gable LoRPOV January 4. An Immense mass meeting of worklogmcn was held this eve ning At Exeter Hall for the purpose of con sidering tbe subject of emigration. Sir George Grey occupied the chair. The meeting was bold nnder tho nutplce ortheWorklngmea's Emigration Society of London. Deputations of worklngmen were present from Birmingham, Liverpool, Man cheater, Sheffield, and other large town. Oa the platform wero many members of Parliament. Sir George Grey delivered a lengthy ad dress, and tald the English labor market wae overstocksd with artisans at the present time. Thousand of men were unable to ob tain employment, and, having no means to emigrate, were filling tho work-house. He thought It the duty of the Government to organise a eyitem of free emigration to the English colonies, Id use Government Teteels now lying Idle for the purpose, and to pay all expenses of transportation. He beltoved the Government would lose nothing by adopting such a course. It would Invig orate the colonies, and enrich both tbe nemo Government and the working mea. Resolution were adopted Impressing npon Government the necessity ot consolidation of the empire by malntalnloe cloee connection between England and ber colonlesi also, calling npon the Government to organize a national system of emigration to the British colonies, believing that to be the only rem edy for prevailing dUtrest at&ong tho me chanlca and laboring men of too eonntry. Recommending that Idle Government ves sels I nsed for thl purpose)-tbetdbere shall be regular Intervals for departure, and that emigrants shall bo landed on whatever portion of the British dominion they prefer to locate. The resolutions were carried amid great enthusiasm. A committee wa appointed to wait on Gladstone for the purpose of Impressing upon the Government the necessity of Us tuppl menlary effort of the society to send surplus labor from England to theColesie, where labor le In demand. no HE. Debate an tbe Prapaaltlana af lira Sjllabua c'ntnmenie af tba Lon dan Time. LoxpOB, Jan. 4. Tho special correspond ent 'of Tinut at Rome say, "The Council have debated eighteen propositions of the Syllabi) seven of the Prelates of the church, Including Cardinal Ranscher and two American Bishops, spoke against oppor tunercss of the propositions. Jvna, In editorial, while admitting opposi tion, which ha thown Itself, fears now that thoso fatal question hare been raised, nothing Je than a Luther could check their affirmation. Cartlnal Angel! has been nominated a president of the commission on tho f uestion of dogma of the Church. CerdlnAl Prospero Cstertnia prefect of the Sacred Congregation of Council, Ac, lias, been appointed president of tho commlarfoa on ecclesiastical discipline. From Paraguay. Lisdob, January 4. The later advice re ceived from Rio Janeiro by the mall steamer report General Lopes a having fled to Bo ll La, and the allies are returning, leaving eight thousand troops In Paraguay to gar rison tho most important military positions. THE TEXAS ELECTION. DIBPAVCHEEOM QEN.REYN0LD3 I) A VtS M A JOIIIT Y, 7 7 3. The following dispatch, which puts (he election of General Davis as Governor of Texas beyond a doubt, was received by Gen eral Dcct, at the Execntlro Mansion, yester day t RSAPavAATiea Aran a. Tiias, I daaaary 3, lBTttT 40 F k 1 dtntral F T -Paitf. Sterttary to ( Pnttdtnt All counties. la the Slate have been heard from officially except four, and those are heard from nooilclally, but are reliable. Davie majority la the whole Bute Is seven hundrsd and seventy five, (775.) The official report through the Adjutant General for the President will ba forwarded as soon a these four counties ara made official J. J. RSTNOLDS, Brevet Major General. TU Ocean Mall Service. New Yob. Jan. 4 Tbe Post Office De- pa rtment has made permanent arrangements With tbe Bremen line to carry an English mall to Southampton en J the German mall to Bremen oa Saturday. The Hamburg line will coat In no for the present to carry the French msdis every Toesday, while tho Wll- rrenan msais every ttjoBUB, nun uu "- Hams and Guloa Une will carry the mall to oDBtown ooeverv Wednesday Qneostow n on everyjvednesaay Ccnniie wuiNs-llia ecncral talk about hard limes. S ,--.. rt , IlVll Hil IllVtUli LABOR VS. CAPITAL THE TSLEOBAFHEHB' BTBIKE HRffnllmle of the Movement cimoiPa or the bxiiiicu THE "BUBNINO OUT" OPERATION Action oMVftBhingloa Operators: The Order of the- Grind Officer! Whit the VTeiUra Union Fiji About 11 The strike of the telegraph operator em ployed by the Wettem Union Telegraph Company became very general trwnt lbs whole country yesterdAy, And last eve ning there was but little work done on any of the linos of the company. When It Is taken lito consideration tbat the lines of this montter company extend from tbe most northern to the most southern section of tbe land, and from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans, embracing some lire thousand principal offices, sending thirty to forty thousand mesasges dally, some Idea of tbe magnitude of tbe strike and tt effect npon publlo Interest may be gained. It le estimated tbat the receipt of the company are from $15,000 to $30,000 per day, nearly all of which will be lost while the strike lasts, as tbe few operator who remain on duty aro rendered almost helpless for tbe want of operators at tho point to which It i desired to transmit tbe mesas gee. TBI 0 trO If OFTltSSTRIKR. The operator positively nitert, and we know that the operator In thl city fully bo- I lleve, that there has beea an attempt medf I tocnt down the waeee ot the operators la i tne sen rrancisco anaowor " "" 1 tn order that the monopoly mey the more reality succeeain "Darning oat m uyyva. lloo Hoc. BCBXIRO OtfT It has been a fa vortu policy of the Western Union Company, whenever an opposition line has been started npon any of their dtvl slons, to reduce the rates of chargss on that particular section so low a to depriv their opponent of anything like remuneration, and, when their rival Is literally starved out, to gobble np the line and put the rate back at the old or higher rate. It Is to meet a line now being eonatrncted that It I Alleged this reduction I being nude, thus making tho operators aid la crushing aa enterprise which, by creating a competition, wouia place them beyond tbe coetrol of a mo nopoly. Oa the other band, the company deny any Idea of reducing salaries, but ay they hare simply du charged two operators m order to rednce their force. Up to midnight no steps hid been taken to brine about a settlement. The Western Union Company, knowing full well the efounds on which the strikers In the Eastern Slates are acting, have made mo attempt to convince them of tbelr muapprebeoaioa oi facta, Iflt Is misapprehension, but assume a defiant position, and are apparently doter mined to carry on tbe war. HBBTfBOl OF WAIUIBCTOir OrBAATOR. A meetlnir of the Wasblnttoa operators was held la one of the parlors of Wlllard's hotel last evening, which was Attended by nearly all the operators la the city Resolutions reciting the caute of the sUik to be an attempted redaction of salaries In San Francisco, and pledging themselves lo stand by tbe strikers tbtTO, were adopted. Also, the follow lor: joJtf. That we leodor ear tbaak to Meiers Sykea, Ubadwlek A uo. for tbelr fclad neaa la craatlar to us tbe ute T tbelr parlors aad otkar courtaal) alto, loMr F. JC Lraos. of tbe Hew York News Aseoelatloa.fer sub stantial tytnaamy ana eaoowragf meet. SfAnrZATO FROkt TBB HBADCjUARTERf OF, TBR OFBRATQRft' LRA.QCB. Tho following Is the order from the head centre, sent to all points oa which work was stopped t Tha eomDMtTwasolTartd a ralr eonrtfamlae It wa r aimed. Jffe now etrlke for tbe life of tbe leaaue, as well jib to sua tain Baa) raa alaeo. All out here jtfop work uotll further aotlae. The above wa followed tartly after ly the followtogt All Menbersi Tbe hour bee arieea evhea prompt and united aotloa is to deeMe 4 be future welfare of the fraternity, Tbe redue- alnllar action to ba taken throufhout Ike anuntrv.cfciiulil It ba fouad that are artr tL. II ox to snbnlt The organisation whleb s- auguraiea me re pome exieaas front tne Atlantis to tb Faelde, sod front tbe great lakes to the Bulf. We star mod ererytion orable effort wltli tbe eseeutlre eontnlltee to end the atrlke by ralastfcUng our bretbarea at tnetroIdoaUrUi. Tb authorities by refusta bays expressed their determination lot oruah au Wi necviit the challenge ahearfully. knowtm tbat auearn will follow our f rand effort to vitala our rlghla. We control all the ImporlaatjHlee la tne UDiita oiaiu oniy aaa ei our brother operators outside of our org anltitlau not to eene and fill our plaeeai It will pitrelr proloag tha oa teat without caingla the result With renewed eoafideoas In the Justice of our eeuie, the operators of the North, Last aati nouiotw-uayjiiiB nanu wim uyr croinerr of the West lo on solid eolunji, determent that ws will be nan eeea while Jeborinr for I lianllo corporation. fiAoedby the fraud odcert of the oris si latloo ) Action at prut rOlBTv A lartre number of telmm were recelred orer tbe Banker' and Brokers' end Frank- lla Lines, (Which are uolnflnencej by the atrlk-) and read before tbe meeting, crjj.il Ing muett eutbmlasim. The following are some vi iuwdi IlALTtMOta. Joa..- To- .r we held sn enthuilaatl meat In a- to-alaht fctrnn tvaalu. woo wrri .uupiu vuerunjc in aaiioa 01 Baa Francisco and other eltlea. Ws are eolld or vaiy on aasn ana msnsier at wora Will bars that one nan with ttalnlho morn lag Do not glravaa lnea. Th butlaei mm and all the papers synpatau with us We have no faara olaar one takloaatir ulaeea. Ohioaoo. January 4.-Tales'ah operators hold out oo strike. Much encouraged by re- porta from tbe Kaat, riereral railroad opera- ion rviua ua v iibb ot ain.vn-B The night, touroperatorsla Mllwaukle withdrew from the League Railroad will run trains without operators, If neaeaaary iuiLADLruia( Jan. 4 All out but tb prlaters (I. e , operators oa theprlatlng loatru ments and the offlaero We are firm, and are aow la jieaiiou J0 p. m tot ut hear from you J'jrTaaneo. Ja-o I -"We are all out here and firm All very enthualaatld and confidant of Tinaicwung our rignia. UALTltevas. Jan S Our meetlog here to night BdeprVed resolutions, wblth see In our nomine; papers iJoaToa-aJao A Just held an enthusiastic meetlog Seteraliotaed us The lady opera tors ere with us .. , . . ... A NxwYobk. Jan . Hare Just heard that Jltn Hake, tbe trie pugtlfat, aent flit tea operators from the J-rle road to 144 Hroadway toe new aer m wou ! taoliaed. of ooune. and were Immediately dta cbargad A dlaoatch over tha Atlsnilo ami Pacific Una autes that Detroit It out. Communication witn tb Bontb It entirely suspended, but we learn thAt before Rich mond went out Information wa recolved tbst New Orleans, Charleston, Augusta and other Southern cities were All ready to Join in mo strut. There belnir no other line between Wash- hiu inn tiin uocau. uu isvuMica v( ,i- grsphlc communication are offered to tho puouo. TBB STBTKB Tf BALTIUOBl. Baltimoh. Jannarr 4. The operator of tni city Deionging to tne western union Telegraph Company ceased work this after noon In conjunction with the strike of the operator. West, In opposition to tho alleged . attempted reduction of salaries. The man $ forwarding the buslnct with all NATIONAL REPUBLICAN pcnt,i8HBD uvebt uonnxno (laaiartzaolai) xv w. j. inntTAon, Torlhaiit Oorau ,t Tnth ul O StrtMi (fraallafrai..,!,,,!. ,.,.. 1 JullartrilakaA la aalaar1Wrao.raarftra)irf Vail nbaarlbora. MOO par limn unthf I aaaUii AidlLMfor IbtnaoiLkmaTarlablr I kiriif. 1 rni wifVLT ptprrnr.TniM Itpntltabad aTarr aalardar maralaf, aad la far i iLiDiq i iiDKnnn 11 idi isiigwiag raiaai uao lanpBairar.91lhro aaplaa aaa Tar. Hi lap I a pla aaa yaar till alaila aoploa la wrappara, potslble promptnes, being without a swance. TBB SVRIVB It BOlTOY. Bostob, Jan 4. Thsrs was a general strike of tbe telegraphers Q tbe Boston office of the Western Union Telegraph Company late thle afternoon. WI1AT Trtl WXSTKBXCObf PAST BATS ABOCT IT. NrwTork. Jan. 4 Upon Inquiry of the Western Union Telegraph Company' Ex ecutive committee, It 1 ascertained that there 1 no reasonable ground In fact for the attempted strike of telegraph operators here And In tbe West. No reduction of salaries at San Francisco uau men cikucr uiavuo ur cuuujjiicu iudii, and none bad been ordered or suggested at headquarters berst consequently none bad been attempted at San Francisco. Part of the operators In the New Tork office stopped work Ibis afternoon, but force enough will bo on hand to perform the ser vice. TbeDoabla Tragedr l Iew Terk- Partlal Esplanatlane Waa Tale ox ainnndUnllt. Tho Naw Tork JweUWyrettnlayhalthe fotloVInr additional particular In relation to lbs shaking tragedy on Sunday night. The Jra!d is) t The hc.kI'.K Iragrdy enacted at tba a tlgnatloa buuao of Pauline Beck, In Elisa beth street, ua Sunday ereolnr, resulting la the murder by tbvotlag ef Hut Anna Me Nainara, alias Mrs. Almejo, and the almost Immediate suicide of the muiderer, George Bauman, seemed to be a leading topic of conrertAilon throughout the city yesterday. Tbe matter was brought to tho official no tice of Coroner Fly on, fer the pnrposa of navieg aa laveeugauou. faring tuo morn tS a rry respectable appearing lady of ad vauredicsra. attired lo black called at the coroner office and announced herself as Mr Lujttsr, of Bosbwlck arenas, Brook lyn, aud mother In law of too murderer and suicide, Ocorge Bauman. Tna victims AD wao tost, ttbbb. nanman an a native of Germany, about thirty-two ytars of age, and hadbeeupria clpil la the German Turner Bdmlnary, tOraUM I" JdCIBIUlU a hoc. viuu.i;h. HflWAsa man of finished eduoatlon, poUsbed mairwi. aud till within tb last ttw monthA ctisllerut U be high toned gentleman. Ntarlj lure ycrt ecu utauinnurno. Aaat IjOJinr, uavuvm ui ,i-niu.iuiau LufiltT.of lb Eighteenth wafdof Brooklyn, a beautiful an 1 acciuipilahed ladj, now only twenty two jeure of ago. Che tubseqaently became earUlant tetbr la her husbands school with Mits McKajiare, alias Mr. AlniMo. tho murdered woman, wno was atom twenty six years of aae. Mrs. Bauman aud Mr. Almejo taught in tbe Ei' ell b lanpug, while Bauman gave InttruotMu la the German, French and other foreign laagnag. to scdooi was wen patronized and had acquired aa excellent reputation among those who patronised It. Bauman aud his wife lived lo South Fourth street, and always seemed to bo happy till le than nine month ago, whan Mrs. Baa man observed an undue familiarity between ber husband and Mrs Almejo, which slightly aroused her suspicions, but she had no Idea of-the existence of criminal lntlmacr between them, llanman's familiarity with his rood-Ioofc- lng assistant, however, became more and more observable, till at length it culminated In down right scandal, which could not bo overlooked and was prejudicial to tho main tenance of order and decorum la the school. The Scbooi I'ommiuee naving sucu muwri In charge recently ordered an investigation. WHICH rCBBUCLJ m iwi .;i -b,v ---... v expulsion from tbe Institution. Similar ac t!ou was takea by the committee la regard to Mrs. Almejo, but the result reached In her case wa not tutcd. Bauman ba no relatives la thl coantry except two brother, one of whomJlrlng in Baitalo,ba been com rnnnlfata with bv ttleirrADb. and mar soon beeipeeiAct I tbe city. Ueumen, although rnamoa ncartj mm jran, i. nu cuuutou. Some time since when Baumaq w "tr,"0 rsoaested bis paramour- -- aim. Mrs. Bauman thought ibis rather strange, but owing to her confiding nAtnre end tb onoonnaea conoBc (j-v-. ..- band, the circumstance was passed orer la BUenee- .. . .. m wltkes of the parent rt-Banjffjn. The Jeceaied was an Infidel, and7TTT i JrCi- one had the full right to exercise tha 5I?Sf Jis own faculties or detlres without rSlilMartr restraint whaUver. He reUlnB Or fc , excluble, nerrous wa, H I stated, et a . rted him temwrament. Mrs. Bin man u. pno night, abont three months since, wbu. i ? POP Plouatsly kltelng & Urtt U hi or Ml. McNamari. Vh?n she ae cased him of falsity towards ber he denied It, and contended that his regard for the nn fortinate woman grew out of a brotherly SOllatUda far hoe Irui-i. -aai.i ... .L Tbe marriage was W'". -i.l.. .v ik. .! Ar. Banman. Tne Ing more. Upon other occasion s subao- Qnently ber worst auaolelnna irnaiMiA ha substantiated br bla rouJnei. an.t rna.t Juarrele grew ont of hi peMaUot rllxa-aCt- tUltll ha float I lnfnrm.-t hla w41.. tk. she could lar blm if she didn't like the wa ue waa acuoft-. 4 niatoarao sho adopted a couple of weeks sluce.Aud went to live with ber mother, where the now resides, and is In a dolicuo rauditiom. Fears were enter tained by her friends thni he meant to do hsr bodily IdJu ),uud they were therefore Saardifd glitt ului On New Tear's eve soman called at the reeldtnco of hi mother In law, Iu BushwJck, avenue, and ro questod tbst he be granted a private sudi ence with bis wife. This Mrs. Luyster would not consent to, as he had told ber fre quently that If she ever made him Jealou he would kill her. He withdrew, and later In tie ulght wa seen loitering about the vicinity of the house. ABNA M'a-AhUBA, ALU 1111. AUfSJtT, was a bractlful and refined woman, reared with great tenderness aud care, especial at tention having beam paid to her education. As a teacher, she was very soccer I ul, giving complete satisfaction to her principal and to the pupil aud their parent. A yar or two since al.e unrrted an Italian named Almejo, hut Ibo union belotr an nnhsmv one. a separation fo lowed, and she bad not lived 'in ner liuaitaod for some month past. Vu to tbe time she became Infatuated with Ddnn.an. the reputation of Mrs. Almtlo was excelkit, not a worl of slander having been breathed egalort btx. Sho line left a num ber or uraUy relatives of the highest re spfcUblllty but their placo of naldenoe did 19a iivar Aiier lumisoiur me aoore CrtlcnUrs In n-irnrd to tbe principal actors the trajridf, M rs Lurslrr expressed a de sire to eo tho rem tins of Bauman, aud Coroner Fly ua give ber an order upon John O'Brien, la clurge of the morgue, whleb admitted her to the room where lay the ro maloo of her late eon In law. TPR MOTIVE FOB TUB alTfiDSH Doting the protracted Interview with Mr. Luyster she said nut a word Indicative of the motive which prompted Baumaa lo murder hie much-admired assistant and then sacrl flee hi own llfi but facts explanatory of tbe cause may be developed during the In vestigalion. Not a few profees to believe that Bauman aud bis victim had a mutual nnderstandinr about "ahuffllnir offthls mor tal coll," and went to tbe bouse In Elisabeth street for the express purpose of dylog to gether) but that seems rather Improbable. Had they reaolrcd to terminate their exist ence at the same time It I very unlikely they would hare visited A dtorcTmtable Place to execute tho dd, as It could have been a easily performed la tho street or elsewhere, and thus save their reputation to a certain extent. The more probable theory Is tbat Banman and Mrs. Almejo quarreled after entering the room In Elizabeth street, when, 10 a moment 01 intense excitement, no tno her and then killed himself. Tbb Chlcaro Tribvru savs "Never was Chicago so crime ridden as now. A black cloud of terror seem to hang orer tho city, and oar Iaw Abiding ctllxen with oa 00 cord, as If their fueling wro connected by some sabtlo ympaihy, apprehend tne danger, and cat about them for a remedy. Crime Is fearfully on the Increase, and us sumes a bolder aspect with every succeed og deed. Criminals are literally la lesslon oflbe city, and more and act according to their own i tweet will A tcorjr ot burglaries Lb a poor nignt-s wont i.u vo.-,. v. rerrotlntr In Iba COUrSO of AU CTlOlOg 1 scarcely worthy or comment, and nothing short of a 1'aulln horror would startle our I jail now, au iDurou uni uj ww tbe sight of wickedness and crime." ., ... , . , . . ' MaitrbW C Smlt iWi who I Jntt now , .urlllng the mutkalworid with hi wonder fill pertinences 00 tho organ, Is the son of a dlsiiugu shed lawyer ot New Haven, lift is o-uy fourteen years ot age.