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eptiWton PDIII.IsnED EVERT KORKIHII jjv w. j. snmTAan, Isnhaut Qtnn ( Irata til D Simla tfroiMiir...iTlilliTlni.) nvnr, sr ArmrrAOli. Nitlknx Oeraar w Tnth tat D Itrwti, Kll 'Jll a, ' iTraatl.Kraakarlv.aUAtaktf, ri"-VfJinl.V. I. iVMrlkr"llkr ranUnl 1110 i ki ; .aata.tr a..)!, ftttikii a .4,1 rttfcMnini .inntrittHgtn 1 A IMftff i. .' JdaWiitftTittniattbAs. , " tllllfflrBtlksd l itb.trlWr (tf e.rrlara) .1 4 afallakaaemara,,4 00arakkaf.. nuh. . HMMIM A3T WflCim3Wft atklkklUOfr IkiMki.klki, It.itHHr Iaft.MUb.a .tat toiaritr moriTir. aaft It far. kUb4la.biarlbarakl Ik. rllTtu rktMl Ok umiMnMUHt ifwiin nWff VII oVOL'XK-u ' Wl8HIN(iTONf D. 0., MONDAY, J ANUARY 10, 1870. v NO. 38. opteeca year. Stfi alagle Mpta U wrapper, i fWATIONAL REPUBLICAN r::$QtittUttl I f Auction fifties. TO.UAT, Hi Y COOPER E.ATIMK. Aflf Ct lUtWMt tOTMf f ,"eTlVBBta BTCB' B4 ! f X aHTeinirpi. t Of MOM II STRUT liHTHj BttTWlltf 100 tH AMD H1HTH BrESBTS WEST. AT a On MOltDAY AFTRHNOMf WtXT, Jaaryio,t4 tvcuevr- m.!ijret t tit ?!) Will Mil lb atitflef aqaarSc4 ImrrrvrM by That d titrable vlrsS .hbicb. Hinumuino wo n street, &atwaa jurat aa PiBiaaireie w-n 11 ia two norm rttip. tonfttnl (o ur' ad Vtcrieava flnt floor. Ik rora os ecBd Boor a vara a I la rtA a ad raa thrnnah thah, aide alley. lmme4laMMafiiA aim HVHM MI . L. SbcbS, llaadUmetaa. wHh laNreit atfarad r mi of lr it. CttBvif.icte aai raves lara-ai (wviBoitiia aqiiara "BttWrAWA Burl ABga,Tf,. KUTIJBEIIAT"!. BY COOPER LTIHKU, Anetr, (Soeeataors to 3. U. MeOuIra fc Uo ,) SaitkwMtfoniar . kt. ai4 KlaTaftth aUaat MEABLT HEFT nOUIBROUk FUB1T0EI AT alaat frlnr hIUi arvaa Maeai. attbalifkrJ lacvaaa ff pa. walanlfarlor inlta, ttle. nptJtfad la atrvtoth, T , , . WalaatOhaaaWriaUa. fniflla pjpUa TaM, Walaa aaatbt- cVflraTnlM. WtUl naaiaatv OakliuaaUa Ollle Tail iaa Hillri, It ill alia. Harpi oy aamvr aaiivi irimmfa walaat, UYfaH') laalnalag wtttititht. CakmVr alla, irltnmij nllbj tiaaijuriad Hair hmiiiiim, tpfiata. all Ulclatb, Carp UMtlKa.pMrA(aa. 8rockfrr ad qiaairr ' r oobiai aid Heallaf Btoraa. Kllchaa natil allaa. A TarnatiiA 'OtXJPffl A .AtlVSR. Jtvfl aAJ tUfM.) .. ABMloar BT COOfEK A LATIMER, Ann'.. (SltetHiln lo IhM. Di BloOulr J. Uo.1 lgithwt.tttnar t PfMrlrmlft tim taitoa.la tl PUirlalof Oorjuabla, 1 will TOBBDAT, IbalHthdarof Jaanarr.A. D al Ji3U oVltxk p, in , oa tea prtuUaa, bltbaat fctdiat. all lit tltbL ttUa.laUr D. 1UU, ia. lo lb Mtawof Urr 1 flUMrald, Jaha E riuaarald Ufftit a ad HohftB PlttfarOd, Haraarfl FHiferaU, Jonpb rtutarald. aid Munnl B. PinaaraU. la aaJ ioiiiiim aarifia viara or mtmi uaii aiiuaioa a ad Irlarlo thantfof Wab1attina aid Dlitrtat of nolanMa. kaowa aaddaMrlbad a taa plalor lo all lEi of Coianl piaa if aa UradlO. Taraaa ft aaiacuy uui, a. la rMrraua aaaf aaciird br a daad of trot t oa tho prali aaliatoa torr la lia IraaiM. Wllh aolM baarla Uiaraai. CoaTaraaelaaaad atampa at arabaasr'a coat Fit hnadrad dollar will fca nqalrad frooi lb pa cbMar al Uma of aalo If lb torma af aal ar aol rotopllad with wlthla Ibrtadart from daa aala. tba propoftr will b HMldal tba flak aadeoalof taa aaiaiH.aff ptfrchanar, . j- JoAVh h BRADLBT. f TnalM, BT WB. -U WALL CO, NawMarblallutldl Anrl., NtwMarblolIulldlDjr, BtoraltM 31 aad BIT anath for 11 anatk anr Pa flfblU aTaaaaaaa niaiaatrMt, X5TIRB STOCK OV CL njifo. HBBCIIAHT faiUf Kt. t A DOT ION iNinu utiopi, TUKE8, Af .AT aaala. at 1( wlUaaiT. al latr at 10a alnak aad ataalaf al 1 aclock.w lwaa "lath aad Taath atraat. iba aatiraatbck afliathaad Tathatraata. iba atttraatocll rCL0Tai5U Aa .or tba lal T A Blphsu "" BTBPUB3S A CO . Clotklara Waaaaalapari. Tin . f r . , C LttTUllia BtPARTMBIlT, Balla la Br jade lath, CaMlaMraa Maliaa aad S:V':.,.8,fklT.i?.Y";.5"'" "" "" BoYd'CtOTHlKO A lari alork of Bojt' Clatkla i la aolla. alBkt,HAUTTAltOBlHO DiPAKTIdl'lT. CaalatorM. Doaaklaa. Rhuh. litAmJ.iii.. FaraadMoew, Baatara.BHk atlaca. Llaaa. R?Vk1 A,p'"' "rw Llaaa, BUB aWal.a larc 4 Trio. .. VuaaiiHiHo o FUKVIiuiNn nnnnt. Uadarablria iw n..)T. m vr a aaa uamaaii nan Hoa, -iaadafa llaadkarehlafa foliar, bill! tx aad Bilk UUfaa, aaauaa. "ii Daaxaaia. wi Traaaa vaiiaaa, eaicuia 111 Mirror, Sbairlac Daak, Caalari, StoT. P. 1 ea1loctUaaa uifTaaUl aaUl Ua aaiiraaUckUitapMadof r - Wo call MpaoUl a UallAROf daalara aad prlrata tiBTara to ibaabara aala, aa lh fodara all lrt claaa. aad waranadaaapMcUUr fir rltaloMl. KtotafdrTaal .. Vr. L, WALL A CO , laaT lUr ABilaaora HT OOOFKB aft LATIMFU, AnM'ra. (Suoceaaora to Ji O. McUuira A.Co) Boatkwtat orail af PaaaarlvaalA atjiba aad EUtbU alrMU Br tlnaa of two da-da of Iraal. daUJ r linUl 1B09.I tll?a)T oa tba Ullt dar of Fabraarr, A hBU III IVIiiailOl BipiHIITi M, V. IB DO I WB0B)DAT,tbotllt. darof Fabruary aaaa. at 4 elficLp n . all ibatplor pralof craaid aadtraffilM, Irlar aad balik la tbaaaidcltr f wmpimwIi aai kbowb aaa aarenpaa uaiai art of la avmUraalwaairifBMUaqaaraaaR. rod pao haadraU aaa oUklr roar, (1M Uata alat for tba aatao at tka aorthaaat coar of aald lot aad rqkaMat thaaw aaaib aloa aal blxiMaik DlBcbMi tbaaa waat oaa BcbaaitkaacaaoribaavaatMatiT) faataad all (! laai aaa aiz taanai 1 aa inaaaa oaai oaa nnaaraa aaa aix i naj loot BlU.ais 0I lacaaa. taa fiaca vi !( . th iota a ai ImproTad bjr a good aad aabataBtlal IWI MWF raiBB IlOBXh . , . Tarma of Saiai Oa iklrd Mlk f wluta HOOaaai do pam at iaa una vi eaw. aau idi yataaca ib an aadtwalTtaioatka. wlib tataroit, tnpa aacaradbr a daad of trnat oa Iba pnatlaaA aotdl aad.lf taa tarmaare tottompilad wlib la iTatlaraanar Ik aala. lba.4raatj.aa iMirii tba flalit t(k ra aall at tb rliWaaJaoatof tb iral partkaiar. All r williaWjC ibnwick. . i -Trnataaa. .. .-.i-i"""' Jan-aoali VUjra.K JTiaf Aactloaaara TY THOMAS DOWMllfl, Aaetlonaar. Ji l.IB.-af.KtUya IIKUT. U a. V Jk4 A I U f M T.iBiBraaKMffi.;IaMniTowa Bolai as lha aaat llaa or Cunaraaa diad aad a aalr OTO) faat aoutb of lha aoalbaatt voraaruf KoadaaaCoaaraaa atroata aad ruaalai tnasea ivivo wiia aaia iibb hi .vBiaa airvai naa .aidradaadaaTaBfMtalilachaa. uoraor laa,t tb Borttwaat aoraar of Wo., (1 Bnaara loti tbaacaaaaaarlr wltli tb aorta, flaa lf Uaaar'alol oaa kaadrod aai twaotrtwa fa Ibo waatltMor fonrtaao faal wlJ alay tbal orth wlLli aald llaa of aald altar to tba auathai ii Pf a laroaa i J allay tbaac ooraartf Joaatbaa Cartar a lot, aai HaarawkiU tb aoatriiii of nia crtr muiba i.iii lar TC Rtttfitlnn of eaplullala la ca lad lo llila prop ortr, aaltla&aa of inualallKlbltuirdlBjr lota aow riaca, aau laaca tu at aad A-'daptf It of B100 w ucarta ob iaa liwvymtij, aooaaaib aaaibpopar y lakanofad dowk, or It will Imwadlataly r aau Id If iba tarma of, aala ara empitcdarrtiiwltbU Bra dara, Ik proparty I ba fiold at b (tk k4 eoai ot tk d fault aa ratairaa aa nan B0I lueoataTaaalBf, UaltdlBB rt" ItaUp at tba coat of thaparcbaaar JaHlf HD01fIIILI.T. TllOUik BOWlTS'i?''' '" )T iiiuvih I.ATIJII H,Anrl'r, B m i(iifiiAiiibk a v.. ai m.A.. J-.-, m. it- k ' a- (bjkvwi" JB Ui mcuuiiv uu i tmalbwaal Craarf Paaayl4BU btbb i klantk atraal, Btaf Oiflaa, Bb41bi ?,'TW,BaAaBsAMS!ir w, Br rlriataUdMief ttrJU Ulac Jka tka tllbtMBih day of J.BvUrr, A 1 not. aad r cordad BinoDglk laad racordauf W .akla.f-jt toB uttniy, tatb Dlatr el a OoUmbtt laf-ll Ll.arTaaVkanDib.r3 Ml 4. ii, oiJl aau at psoiia anciio. i iruai ni is. praiBifaa. op TUBbDAY,kati) day of Fabruarr aait.al 4 a clock, p, 10 all Ihatpkar or parral of rraiadaol pramlaaa lilac aad baji latbo ittd ati f Wnbl .oUauiBUraAlwant alz ivl kad Jlwaity aaa. iob aaa aaowaaaagiaaiiBait 17,11a Uttra'ordad aal ir.iia uiararoraaa iiMiiiiinini tarovi iuim a. J ibrMkuadrfd aad ataa4ralMJ 9j, aad gCdotalaad wlthla lit iaiad booada ful or Bfflaaloxfor.lkiaaitia alapMatoa tba of 'tlfbth atraal wait ' oa baidre-f oJ tkoDKfaontktwnty lot a l.a ad lhaacaaaal ikpuaaoi Miaata-ttt talag Improvadly aiood aad atataaiat twp- aiun rica n ...... .. t ! Tartnaof aalai Qa Iklrd cltb. tba k bat. all aad t-ralT manlba. arub lalaraal.la baa oca la Hurod l iaait of tlualka (Ha flrairlaaa anl.l aa.l If lha ii aati (rai ujquin-t! wnn laiarrai, iaimaa.an t aoianllad with in laa JavaanartCa aala, t iroMt-aa r.M rr ilia rlikt I H, altbo rtak aad ooat of th Art paichaaaf, alio oaa wMk'apabliaadllea All ciBfifaaalDiaBti vaa paaatainnaalBittt of MwLvaari aad a aafviall of oaak -drXl ifap vTiiLIalia tcaWick, . .. . . ..JjBawtl fT OTdBSDif MJAKlia HlXT, Jaarf fTlUiirNt artb, bttwMa Klibtk. ttlall 1 trata wal, wa will-Mil a amtattlav of aarlraw HiolioWFaiUara.4mfrfi,at IBibWMP a. Uadar aallir Tlrtaaof aiaad of tiaaUama froa afarvaiai riliinalIa.RdttUtra.Walr aalodaad rMordad la LlfcatTaaii. B a.waaof lb UadrtMMafar lbacoaatrf Wuh at oa Br vlrU of aMd Of troat bearlaf data oa Ibf IStk of Doaambar, Di imat " dtt, racordad b l (bar T aad n. Mo i at fkillo at!, aid at tb raatttat ffCllta party Mirad tharaby, I wttlotrr for ala. lha praralaaa, oa VrXDNBBDAY At TBROOlT, jahrnarr A. 170. at -4 o alMb, all tbat LOT OF URUUBp ait o a tad on OaortatQwa Halflita, lidbonaiai a f tllowai UaalBalaa: at a traat oaa aaa , taT siawiw AtetlAr. Auction Btu. J (Beatoftt& JamraO MeUiitrafcUo Bwk cotar of raarlYtU araaia- tad lavn uaftUAa A UKULIKY B. . oa id nranlM. iviJfa. 1. ' nbdlTtiloiTof 8qtiriH, W) ittaalaoa ibar- aarvi iiiihiii aVMtj Wll aa r MNMIDnt.l pro?a4 braaVRJi4ama.ailaa i-rlak Dwall ABdHUraaiucbaT., . Tbasmotat iiW k.aral kr a0T 4m4 trait U UJ0, laAatarMi froaa Ataur Tarma of liM , t4.000aaWh VaJaaMla aaarrar. wiia laiarfitaaa anraa r paTr natchai aaa aaaaa ir ldi lrl ta praailMat of aAla, JiaiBoatampa aaa irchaaat'a .(Ml -IfUrauaf aaJ oafaraiatttf ii Wiiaia nfoaajta iraat thaaaraf Ml ihmII lo ba for rati ad. a ad tba ropartr will b a tbcif ottb.4araJUajiiiraaMr ' tUMOU.V.UBIIRtjl CodMEiUTlMM?' lAJa j a. Ercoorxtt A.xTinku, Ah(vh. (aacernota to Jt. u. MaUair fc u 0 8othwt aoraar of paaaarlvaala afaaa aa BltTaatti tlrttt. llarpfllM UaUdiif TBt'l'tlH , ALB f AAtVigLH IflV MyvAn WAWHTr or wMh i JMoW.-WfW" Miafl,M,aaB ar aircitlaa or lb Iraaaarar riba,rir9aMlTaBatMlarAaaoalRi.on.1 ' wlllaUf al paWlaaaritea-la (rat of taa ran,u.MMuNbAr,lh9iS.tf irt. brarT ait. at 4 o'clock p m . all tbat plrca or parral roaad aad BrUa It ulMiili iha lata Itr ft Wa htirtoa, tad kaowa a daMTtbd aa aUfttparior roaaaalrl bn (If la aoaar ambarad Ihra naadrrd aad itilr-oaa BB.) tba Id pari of lal (3) IlirM Uli t li aaat t waalf tw tljfart froat atrdraaatnc back aaa b aad pad aad hi ; tbrM(UJ)faailbraail) lacb a, Ua Uantb of i lot , , Tarma of BaUlOaa till1 1 !, fir which 1100 r: : -..".l"' '.. r: rTf. "T" "' m in twfia moaiiia wim ibi all aaar a tatt, fi ii7Jl.wlr COOHS k tTIkIB.'V.Vr BT W, I. Will, A CO., Ann... Ntw AUrbl nuUdlor. , Lor.(orj.i..il..l.i M Ulk,.lr.l. CHlTCtRTLB'fr A r A VlLDAnLITIlllII. EI.iIMn iikn afntiB itn BTURI HKirK UWBLL AVBMTH iTKBfr WArri El rwin Minb i Hftii mitm ha v1 a ! javnt q tor ikjlnmbla, pat tad Iba lUtb darof Bap U ra bar. li wbaiBUaak(fCaJpFlauplalaaAlaa4l:a J aba itta w aei;oiiitniaiai arodaiaadaata,Bad byJLjL dofraa mbr, I la.ta caaMoa'ittaritrdtT ef '! ritrdaTCf IfoTambar, m, I abail dUMll.oa UtPTratMa.ea FRIDAY, taa aror Jlaoarry) at 4akwk, all tbat f laad alltuaW Ib lh ClIFof Waafalaitna, Mof Coldntl. aad Dalai tbal part of lot HMihdi if rr Iaiihrar aortb IwaatrfacJUbaacaaMloBi rdaaialifaBrailoAB,aT4t-iHacaaoail aald allay twaryVlj Ibjan want Iba pli llbaaraaaat aaa ban DoacaaoaiawiiB llBBlBC Tb Ira laca or Ifaa-at or IHrk lla'aaa. arlth aib Brat f or aad d Waillaf abova tba atora Tbaiartator aaia.aapratartbad by Ik daar. rt Oa (bird Of EitirahLji msuila U uiJ ! aro t Oa (bird of purakaa naavryi m oyiM tiaai hfyl k paid caafciib rati la 1 two aciaal laaullaiaala. at ail BBJIwalranoBtka, wlih lataraalfroialka dip at aalotbcdafarrail piyutata U ba allaa aa tb propartrt apd aoonTayaaeofo U wlikbald a a til tbayar paid Bumna aa I eoavayaaclBraipar abBMr a aatt, Oaa haadrad dollar will ba ra taa prvpartr la oia on, W . BDMOffHTUlt1, W LWAlbAM)1!' AacitoBMra Boarding. ) o A It i 11 . m-' -.v,.tt !?- I-BiSa.jV'X'AAa o'Lalooaaoaaty. Va , kariniTtitadiroiMiro. 413 Taath atrMl. batwaifl D aad R aUl. kai h H03TH Maik AMa -m ail au e... lf ' Ib ailu. wlib or wltbal Board. First-class table hoard cam bb hah ... .'. EEIC4" H0UBB.Mra " " thiS IrOit'andTounar A LARGE UVtr E3TKL0tE, COS. I &! la Uoltad StatM aoteaaappoaal to AJtl Hwai nil la vvbiiv asmav, vi aibariay raoraiBf laat, or oa paaaayUaalB BTcaaa or Karaatb atrMt, batwaaa WllUrda' llotal and lit th atraat joatl. Tba Sadar will ba UUarally ra watdMkr latftacit wim in watm., cor aarofU AadBayaathatraata moI 5C REWARD -LOST Of THE IB INBTASt pUdliaiavdy'aBOUDUOLDBREABTPlH. Tba ladat will racalta tka abova rawardby laalaa tl Fancy Qoodk. ESTABLIBHED 1850. LAWRENCE D. DIETZ& CO.. ' ISfOKTEBS All) OEALEn II NOTIONS. FANCY 100D. mjIEjiylllJlB, it, 3b8 West Baltipioro Street, MTWEIH UOWARDASn tlSUllT, SAT I'lJVCOIEl :. Hnmblcg and Ou-Flttinff. BROWNE & POWER, ri.VMDKns ani OAs-rrTTrnii, - IIDBIUHI If Una-rixt nreaj. Ho 43 Xlilh itrMl. btva D bb4 Eatraata, aVrHola afaabi for UoU a CaUbraUd TabaUi 0aa Raaiaa. W mRUGS ANDJMgDICINES. E.n. LEWIS,-? CM ixaiu t im tfinaSrugi, UedlclncK.nl CBcmicali AU0 A rDLL AS0HTf1T r IOA1S HKDIIIM.TIRfOUtlltl AND TATIHT U.U1(.1II NTC. "CL Y.M.C. A. BUILDING, pKOpOSALS FOR FRESH BEEF Hi.p,tjBTBkl ViFTaf UujlAir Diarr. t l - arati or Tin, 1 Orric i CautCodKiaaur 8a-iiTiwca t A trariB, TlXAa. Uaoiabr la, ISiII J Bkld pror-naala wklca. a. aal b la trlptleat vlll a aotiv af Ihla adiartlaamaal atlarhad. ll ! racMvad allkl 0.nattt Wo clock, boob, oa WBDNUOAV. Jaaaarr 1 180, for fttraUblaf Fraab Baaf l lb Ualit J Statti trdOTpa aiallBad al in toiiowi Brniacaa t ALVEKT. LAUPABAHU C6H MUI H. NALA(in?miE3 CLAKRaVILLE TYLER, UVlHDBTOIf TLaa ryalracta ahall aomaiaaca oa ik lal wf kbriatr 1&.9 aad ahall b la f rc rr al laoatha, orMlklMattataaatk CommlMtrr (la YII of ktubiUianca may direct Fiimut la b mad Ib (laaranaal fuaJa Good aad aaffcUat boaia i it to a. aad tbrM thoauad dollatt.wlU fe r1ili4r. lb Prapuiala tnot b nadMparalaly for aatk poat v.iiikiuHHi iv,airamBia aam aa fabliau, l pra-aBdaanlMuiaBla ..?'" rm lor prvpoaali and all iafrait.Moi L .bia,faf-,,u w" " UrilahadOBarpllcattoi lla!MIi,,J,lw wwm arallabla lo b rak.ovad.or daeraad la lb aaaaloi trrlaa o1" bam'lt (Idlliorj, ' 4.t Oklaf CB A:rga gff&Tafe PI'LICATIOMBODBFUCATE LAMD iilbadLaad WarraaU. wltlrajTI,itbaa aa loat ordairordi taiic la krby ilva iBlattha datfull9lti tk daacriutloa of aatk arraat a aw fat tU (A la or warrant If Ilk lt win v rubaai, u ao vaiia onjacuua aaooia lhi .aTilaa for .Maerri.linad o.adr th aal of Fabrutryll 1817, I Ika aaina of Jann-i G lUiull aadTwaa fraata4 Utrth SI. 1119 Fabruaij aN llaAiVrorlU BcBlambat. luo ! watiraitad Jaaaar !iK'd-ii Bbt irin si im.i trail. diid ibt ipth Ik r if.'iftrJwsBirr A Swtfi A? M la Ika racardad itraai to b aaaaraa oj a aai ot uu oa. Ida pramuai ald, tad If lb Ursa araaai eonpMad with la fit a dara af. taribMla taatral ratarta Ibarlihi to rMll al tka rlak aad apat f lh Brat rartbiaar. afUr aaa at for pi at o Piatrlt JamiHrT-niii, una b,ib aiiaara attaiBaf mar ana rvdaadfulr aaTa (, 417.) coatalaad witala hafollowIantaaBd L0BBla; UolBalBoibB llaof Bavaaih atraat at apolat dULaatiwaaly airrnni ihaaoatharaaiaftrBaanr aalil ini .!.. i Iba akuia .r ll All... aa I w.JL.'Hj'tw. !ij i.T!SH. 'u'!' lftl,' X . l. Af AktlflAII. r.au.4 1J..I....II.IV.. .A.. '".. Ma.lMlaaar! rulStl Tio:1J ..--..... ...... ..... fOJFICUL.1 z ParaiTai . rTmintaii JoformBlIon bu lira reieJT6i kt Oil Dt panmini frtMB Mr, Dnlr B. ?ljlt Corral of lt ttUud BUlM a. BainoB lrrw, of th dAtb. 6tt tbe?7rt iticfe-li 4t BaenoB Ayr, of Hrrr WbUz, a lekman of ttie TtB;r)pblo Hnmmnrr. Tnt Kent nek j LpgtilAtnre, on Ihs 8tli of Janiurr. wtaiej ruolatloni honorlog llie mcowrj ot uca, tiacuoD RiiajCommcmorAt' -.pit; ii wf3 1" iSd lAiSK, kfarp:f UbDtil term olffbo Court ( flMDU, dab boBa UmMbicf term of aha Conrt of OtQcral Session. At ChArleiton.orrefailDir to Admit two colorfd meato tbouVcBiiray of HUSK TH) llClttU WTTO pttTCTlAiea t)T whlw men. Tni Snnrerna CThurt Af A I alia ma liae A a cldod lhAt there hti been no propcrti lal alaaa alaa IBk Tl Li.j.jui...v. Al ' JtiitKkTifmt (trra by ot of ttio coorti to AU Mm from ISO! to 18U U rjullAod told. od uuiwii wi conn ftM ies;iiiatnrcB dnrlB tbat period were mere tUarpcrt. Tn IndlarjA Dernfy rktl ftUl. -nntntL,ti at IadlAnBpoiii on Silardaj Adopted nsolR- .iuqb ucdoudcidb; me reconairuciioi. naA urea of Comrreat And lu BttamntAi int.-. ferenca with th Sooreraa Gcmrti favnHa., tho repeal of tba prtienl tArlff, rUeUtlft; Krorabukt, And tint tha nilonai twnki iboold bo tOrollifcodi denooocliig Uo flf teenth unendnienl, Bnd oppoBlfl Bayebanro In tlia H.tnMlUklUa lawa , Jat Oodld, praaldtnt, and Jab. Ftsk. Jr., ". aaa.v aMk, J VUUIaOI Appeared la tb 1'aiatlo (N. T.) eoofitj wmivuiMtuiiiijiu anincr a BO inaiCfct moat chArstoK them wltb. coniplrlrj? to rob Chine ComnanT of Ftrar.n. h a-iMtnn Illegal cbargei for tramportlnif locomoUTea 0Tr the road. Ttaer wirr linM fA- trl.i rrellm.Darfea nft) nearly completed for the corametjttmerU tf some fonr bnndred salt. All Atom the Una of Ihft Erl ralImo ki alleged oTerchBrg-B for trkOiporUlloa of r"M Mbxico, Scdoc Zarco, editor of u wiifia.a-Du a, yroiainoM poiuicUD, la drjtd. Confreaa bad appropriate4 130,000 for the rellefofbla family. ' QroAt freabeta bad occurred la tho Tr. tlnce of ChlBptu The waUt conuletelr washed awy many farma lytnj alorjrj the borders of rlrcrs, and It waa computed tbjtt do Icas Hun two hundred Urea were loat. General Nrfrete'a nartliam hJi ina. aim capiuraa aob laiorea. ueneral Alatorro, bolnfr unaMe lo tnppreas tha tebelllon lo .. . .T ... '.- -"wa a ucuin, uaviLrcBiBmea ilia ratnmini. Tba roTolntlon In San I.nl PaeobI la u. crcaaiDr in l-aeoiA ine loiaixenu OAd cap tared terer&l towns, defeatlnr tha fior. ernraent troop And capturing and eieeutloff llftll.nil tlAn..J 0 Tb, ullmalu of lb, War Dtpurtmeol forlh.coml.j jcarler 17,000.000. Tl "'V . sinrai rcToioitoa aroaAllT i, .Hill.. , i i. For Salt or Btnt. JJ9U AMD CITTLI iD bl. tat ..ill. ..J ... n.j 'i. h n?T !"! br a" wka ' " l" "WK" TL L' ? H l?!"' M Wit pnrcbjra. Apply to B O, 1 'al H'tds. iVat DkiticD ,3W WHBBLRK,BTBtVatrat aid 7 ,"klfiB, l fl torn p OIL I Wta atrMt. Maorttlywa. D C lb-Bldt, rat, aai Malral t Stock . t n i,n,i."0(.LX ItrraofampaayAO'Tla'lflr fliaitt J a MaMUKKB. -BHATORS AND OTHERH CAN hi aianmnaaaal t.k. l . i..?J' wiVBUMpTu.bi7or;::v.rfowru:;a badrMna atUihe J. al M-0T U aliMl aarth. bV 'b Bad R l aib atrnta vhI, Mavaalaat t both rallMada. Hoia ta foar atorl.. MBib froaLUaatlrllfhtJid vaatllatcd, Baaloc. lloBrViraamraarawaUaa wlatar, balt KR KI.1T-FBAMR HO I'll, FOUR ROOMS, aal yard la frBtaJ alda, with xcallaai Bar of f wfotyfoarlk airaat I BT1N Skiy Z. Kt Paaaaylvaidb a r. anaaiaa ata aia oi a, airaai. if Mr. IClBlr St B II 'aaa JaT If iBllv faralakaal Riunia. anaika.al .a. Bar of Foartoaatk aad I air mm, froatla Fnaklla Bar afl 41 m rlta t'J OOO. Jaaft.! P, n F 0 R B A L 1-A PATEfT RlliRT TO AR tat. iruTa rairai "ill aioia urfia. lk(alr nalra Hint. .11.1 !, . . TkOM vrlabtac to parabaaowlTl plaaa aali. wkaa WOB HKNT.-Tko Tkr Btory Brlak JJ Unoaa, No 37 TwaatyBral al. batwaaa iTaBd H. wtik an aid walar raaaats b lllnBaiJliniTr, F.' ELEGANT 1 ATTRACTIVE! CONVENIENT ! Wa oFar ff aal tk TBBtR FOUR BTOBT PRbBED.BrICK iKOMT UlBiDRMCEl Jaat MlBcaonplaUd, ob tb ortli aid of Q atrMl, I. alar aaa Ktatb aad TaatB atraala ThayeOBlatBlJrooraa, katb.rooaa. walar eloiata, cklaa-cloaata. clolhaa praaaM, bat attd cold walar black walallorabllaiIa and IriatHlBta, laaBtala, Booroof tkbal JUrta (JaroUaa Tbaaa hoaiaa hav a aonth frost, aaa ai bbobi a mruii ? a aan I Ui mark la Pla ia hav a aonth frost, aaa ara nil. BtltactU by IMF Wladawa, trrc-4 jajda, aad baBagaatoaatarracad atepat lolH fal froat wltb WilBVBI IblHII ForprlC b4 Urraa apply to or addTaa1 .- J'.N'jOAWHlTJIBTic T?INB FORHiai BBDKOpUS FOR RUT-IB A X1 daalrabl loaatloa laqilra at It. 3 MB U altMt. laaaFlftMBth. IITEOFROOHA. Roon Bait WaUrClOBtaUMhdi fdoo FR BAIB -A TIKI MEW HODIR. B1TUATRD talk aioatdaalrabl loaalloa aid! aalkbof h aA UiKa I. j..kM.lki....i i..Hi.. ". J: iaiJi7t;;t,bViwVBrfka;;Ua;rH,i.'.?r& TOR a. 041 Uarylant avoBoa, Ml tb coraar of Blitb atraal. lalaad Um. hoi aad aold wUr raai. Br pi a haaUr. uarbl naaiata. all la loudrvpcr brick atabla oa roar of lot, with fa aolilchaaprov caah H 1 OREdORT, aT ll tiar) lHJPa ar aaarTtbat. 4- - B- Wtnti. TED-A BktALL CHURCH, HAL! " Ltclur Kotp, for vootp.ior Kanaiona af aatt act AdfrUA "kTAHQELIlTV Hiua, u ,WW WANTED-A LOT ON TOE ItLAMO. BE' . v. 'klitkBdfBtr.atrMtB,lndmV T atlhlaOffle with prloaad IomiUbv lUMRIV.tf Jl. TIDT.AHD K1BMCED WlltERB. Alao.oaawfco .oodpUl,.!..,,. piki UBiraiaBda ma a oad appl j i mi yivaaiaa v a a KTU .T.1 ttlE WpRXINa CLASS -Waara mow pr A to taralab all alaaaaa with Qoaatakt am ploy tuvatat aunia, 111 wiui. o in iia.a r roi IB ipaiaviOBiftaU Uaalaaaaaaw.tlcktaaJ rroBiakla. raraiJUal altksiMar aaally aara froiaW oatal V F4 "f,l,B. aad a pri.piUuaat n by da. rtIiitlalrwl.oIatlmalolkhBalBMa Bora aad alrl. aara. kkkklvki aika.W .... a-k-..l L. aark lurlv.i ma.h ma. Tkii. I k. aa lal MottM mar Mad Ibalr aidraaa, aad t4 lb buaUaaa .w maka tkla BBparallalad olfar To aacb T. I.UAlMVUlIIno.UIONl.Tr aallaaUklBdafladta.,iaala. BBdchlUrai caat otf t olhlBf. BBdu.lothlag boclaaaj akoaa kala, cap. blaakaU, qaklu. badapraala, tbati A. Aay ooia 1T ""U r otbarwl proatptly at Uldcdl laattt 1,1 . JUBTH PAYBFaTriCABII) PRICES FOR 11. I.aalaa . I1..I aa.4l!VlIlu.l. ....! t.'l iL,illi,,,?"r ' .U,M baflta.Khoa, As , Mo. f 1 JIlBih air-al Uiw-ii Daal R iU(., Ulrd " door from Yoa-at MiiV tbriatlaa AaaoolaUoB obuuibb , a.y net vj nan promptir atiai4l Bovivtf h aampi, which will do to aowniaaaa work aa aa I aU!GO ,JA;wBMlir.",,"",sAV w1h)ii8toi ucn inn ibukhih.. ImiiAt. Knntt.'BKOrt.'BiVit'vl.jr rat 1465,083411 " ' i ' ' I " .' Tn ktklemtnl la rel.tfon to lb, amit of Wi II. raHif, fo tlotalluu of ttia rerenne law, li an error, aa Colonel rtkr wai iloplj inmutmul ka a ultneia for lb dor Crtmentla tba lata fraoit. eoramllted In lh, nrWVfriWa.tytrlcl. 8aciTAr BocproX lot dlrcclcl Ctpt. UcQowao, of thoraTtaa, raarlacto ro- ttti. to Naw Xork and irllh inch manna n1aaa Jk ia- af.a. i-l a 1-1-. -t .av... VW-VCIB b la (hrj HIKI, MLB.B CUBrgB OI ! iteamer yifgln. aad sail b'cf to WuhlDgloo, whan abs will be harbored this wlttir. Tlvli kUAmer was ROtortons dariog too war Bi4tkdflrBDner, and was amoog tho asiets of f defablUnx OoTfrnmaat offlcer at New Oricahi n lMT. The steamer Ib r14 peeled bere next wtelr. D ' r U4 ,,ail -f TBI War IN rAtU(HiAT-Tb.Argenili.ei nlalstet fiaa oiTlelaUy, noUdcd tbe Bute le rr.aaent thai tbwwar r,Tnn baB Closed, and Ibtl h.a tioreranuot Is with-1 drawtolr ntiiit M Us troo from lb at oocntry.lTtBbnry tjaptcierit;t'imbef toti prtTkai prMags. Tba son of president torxlaawTaiv 1 contUsnt that Ula falbar i will hWh appear-f the fleUeitho had of a1 Urg fore of troopi. and that It Is absnrd to, thloJt. that the war is ai an end. Of 8AXVBD1T a latter was received at tb Internal 'ReTonae Bareaiia from James Hn.llni, (UUmetabf orCongrcsi.) collec tcf orUioFourUiTenDOiieo district, flrlag an account of the oatrago recently pcrpe trafed by defiant rebels li Shelly and Ratfcerford conntles. and appealing to the CommUsloner taue Us lnflaonee In bATleg Kaads ot Ualti Butes soldiers detailed for tbepnrp6sofaAalstlBg tha collector lain forcing the rcTeaae laws la this section of the Bute. He lays without sach asitstsnce the aorernment caoaot expect to suppress Illicit dlstlllAtloa. wblob prevails to a great extent. O'Doptoyaii (Ron.) -The wife of tbls dtstlnguttbed Irlsb patriot reads la Carroll Hall, from tba IrUh and Anorleao oU, on Tneaday erenlap next, as will be seen by an adrerttaemeat In another colnma. Tbe rtAdlngs or tbls lady lo New Tork. Chicago, fit. Louii, and In other prloclpa titles, bare been alien deJ: with great sac-, teas, and wa doubt not that Washington trill do Its ehsro In paying; a compliment to a lady of such rare talents, as wa learn Mrs. OTJonoran possesses. Tlte President, the General of tba Army and the leadlotr Sena tors and RepressnUUres hare been Invited and are expected to ba pr went. Wall's Ofbba HoobrAs Will bo seen by reference to oar adrvrtlslog colnmni. this theatre will be opetaed oa Monday night next, by Miss Uura Keone and tho entire company now perfon nine at her Uca tra In rblladefpbU. The opera troupe of wnien Mist Susan Gallon l the m Ima donna. win occupy Miss Keene's theatre In tbe 'Uty of Brotherly Lore." and this famishes oar citizens an opnorlunltf to wIldm a a ierla of performances by a most excellent com pany, who will treat ua to the old Eogltsh comedies and standard dntmaa rcpr,un.ted In a manner which can bo excelled b t onlr one other company In the coantrr. tla i that at WatWk.i IhMtM Vw Va-V AifTiRWOr the iuportaxci attached w the assessment of Income tbls year, and Ik order to obtain tha moat thorough and prc- tloal canvas of the districts throaghoot the country. Oommtssloaer Delano has decided to advise tbe assessors to call at tha earliest practicable moment a contention of tba as sistant assessors of their district for the par pose of determlntog the most eOkleat method of aecomplishlag this result. lie further recommends this meeting of the assessors and assistant assessors of the ssreral dis tricts tbat by an Interchange of opinions they rosy proflt by tbe general experience of tho menus offlcers la different rwla of their respective districts. Sscretart Boutwrll's Lecture. Tbe fourth lecture of the Grand Army of the Republic con r so will ba glrsn to-night at UncolnlUU, by ITon. aeorgQ 8. Do a I well, Secretary of tha Treasury. Considerable loterest Is felt In regard to tha subject upon which the distinguished orator will speak, concerning which he has been Tery reticent) bat whatever may be tbe theme the eminent ability of Mr. uoatweil la safflclent to war rant the statement that the loctore will be a highly finished and scholarly production. lion. Joba A. Logan, commander oi tbe Grand Army for the United States, will In- trodacrj the honorable Secretary. ... ... Thr AUbIwa ClaAHdB. The Washing ton correspondent of tha New Tork Svtnvig IXit says that la a recent Interview with BecrotirxJIib. the latter stated that nego tiations for the settlement of tbe Alabama claims would probably pot be re so mod until alter tha assembling or raruamenl In February The satne correspondent- ears that for Various reasons, it has been deemed politic both by tha administration of rasldent Grant, and Lord Clarendon for the British Government, not to hasten tho negotiations at tha present time, bat to allow the ques tion to remala open until after Congress and Parliament have had an oppor tunlty of de Uberatlag upon the principle Involved, and manifest some expression as t what should coaitttots tbe leading features of a new treaty. NatioxAx Tn-uiaB Miss Batbuar The distinguished tragic actress, Miss Bate,- man, commences an engagement, for six nights only, at this theatre to-night, and, from tht indications of tha box sheet, prom ises to ba one of the most brilliant ever played In tbls city The universal desire expressed to witness this lady In her grand Impersonation of Leah (a character to which she bus achieved such signal triumphs, both In this country and In Europe) wIU be grail fled. No lady oa the stage at this time oc copies a higher or more exalted reputation as a tragic artlsta than Miss Batsman. Wllh the multitude her charm has been her natural simplicity of style, Us truthfulness, and tho profound feeling which Imparts a beauty hitherto unknown la the range and repree enta tlon of the modern drama. To those who formlhelrjadgmcntby a higher standard It has been one of admiration at the delicacy. tbe re&aemeut aad the matchless art which conceals all trace of artifice and Hits ths creations of tbls charming artiste to that plnacleoffaiaawhlch can never be forgot ten. Miss Batsman will be supported by tbat popular American actor, Mr. Qeorge Xordan, his first appearance la Washington since his return from Europe. Tbe diagram for the sale of reserved seats Is open for all CM nights of Miss Bateman, and we advise the friends of tha legitimate drama to secure tbsm lu time. , OOTjllAiGnT, of Callforsla. has appointed rVeaJon Temple as Judge of the Bupremc I CdortoflbaBtatain thBtilaeaof Jnrio-aflan atrseo. resigned TIIH SEVfUl.Y CABLES TH. KanraoMieml CoW-MOI-atM IOR rna. t Infallibility taV Urged Upm sua Hair TtU aTetUUa.0 rreaenko-1 Aaklac for- Si Ctldr tisir mBnfcjt r.mrtar tii- iramBUB Father t Fate She fMfs0rfttilliCtiBiell-llsvelon fwbvCoajflfllwiial. Ron, Jin. 8. A I the1 session of tho Council to-day notice was given of tho nomi nation of Cardinal BLxxarse as president of the committee on religious orders. Tha commlUee on dogmas bas commenced fa sittings, AevsrSl ultramontane fath irs hare signed their name to a petition to the Pope pnyiiLff him to preient to the Council an opportunity for tied a ring tha tformaoflBfalUblBty. Fvjdentl their de sign la to force ere, the Uoly Father la this pwct4at polity as Afcey are doubtful of ou tlining a sufficient number of adherents to their faction unless he publicly commits himself In favor of tho dogma A" report that the Pope will luvanodls !culon oa' Ihfalllblllfy Uttho council un less be Is nre of the rosuH U.cenflrmed. 114 reca&ed such relations as Iheabors, bni simply aa expressions of homage to the Holy Seo. (By RB.t a WWi Agaiy Rous, January 0 Midnight. Some of the ultnvmontaua Fathers bare petitioned the Pope, urging the present is the'fapra bto time for blm (b proclaim the doctrine of Infallibility r that tho Christian world await with anxiety the immediate settlement of this acceptod fact. Tho Pope Is opposed, however, to railing the, question of Infalli bility unless he Is confident of obtAlnlpg tbo almost entire unanimity of the Council. The nltraraoo.taries Intend to force tbe dogma upon tho Council and tha rope him self. This Important Issua has awakened ear nest dlscuulpu, an d as,Jt la belleytd ibt the qucailon -wilt af7on be forced upon, the Council Interna loterest prevails In alt cir cles In regard to. the future proceedings of tbat body 7BARCE. Sfieweb r Fl. 9lltlr An Effort ( to latelnde I.tHlrn Bollln aaOl To baldltM tho AmmaaiyTtierallcr oftboEuptTOto beGlvao. Paris, Jan.O M.omrler,lnaa address to the magistrates yesterday, said,. " I will malnUln Intact the dignity of the magls tracy, and atovo all keep Justice clear from politics." M. Boffetjlhe minister of finance, reply ing to an address from tha financial societies, declared they mast conform strictly to the statutes la order to avoid sacli mis rort ones as that of the Credit Moblller. He la Conned them that the Ministry of Finance would not keep up relrtlons with great flnsneiers. In the Corps Leglslallf to-morrow Deputy Crcmeleux will propose that Ledru Rollli and Tebaldlheoot excluded from the am nesty recently gra uted to political offenders. Ia addition to the project for the reduction of the army,, the contingent Ministry will propose to-morrow In ho Chambers to abol ish lha law of the tun jftwrofc. At the samellraean explanation of Interior and exterior policy of the Emp Ire will be given. Favorable Actios YaW !- . nlana lropoaeI. (Uy HaaiOD'a News Altt.ar,vl Frenek Cabre Loxdot, Jan. 9 Midnight. The fft'qneot Mlalsterlil sesstoaa which have been betd lately oa Irish affairs, have, It Is believed, resulted In aa cxteasire programme fortL amelloratloa of the condition of tha Irish people. It Is authoritatively stated that the Government will shortly appoint a commis sion of Inquiry Into tho reported ill treat ment of tbo Fenian prisoners spill, ) Tbe Haw Spanish HlaUtry. Br Hauan a Kwa aaa-rBa Cabla-J AIatjiid, January 9 midnight. The new Spanish Ministry has been formed aa fol lows! Minister of the Interior, Senor Rlr erosf Foreign Affairs, Senor SegaaU, Jus tice, Senor Rtost Marine Admiral, Topeta. The other portfolios remain In the same bands as under the last ministry. Senor Rireros has beon President of Cortes, and la known to be In favorof completing the revo lution through united and harmonious ac tion CUBA. Ha.tposeii 1asnrct.t Rpanlah rrlcal a Privateer A no Ca Look After Her. 1Iavaa, January 9. The Spanish frigate QsrouawlU soon sail for Venezuela for the purpose of watching tba steamer Eld flayd The El H70 was formerly the R. R. Cujler, and was sold by cltlxens of the United States to the Colombian Government. The rumor prevails that she has been Bold to tbe Cuban Insurgents. Tho 0 erooa will also look after Spanish Interests generally In tbat quarter. The Toj Ch&a publishes aa article oa the Spanish dictatorship, la which the writer slates the elevation of Serrano to the post-, tlon of dictator Ib unnecessary and untimely. The niaht Centre Bnppori Olllvler Itodactlonortbe Army ConUBKe-i Sale of Papers oo iheBlreota Re- (ore. 'Dr Hiaoa'Jw Agaacy via Frath Cabl. 1 Paris, Jan. 0-MUloIghl, The Right Centre party In tho French Chambers hare decided to support the Mlotstr of Olllrler la its measures of reform. La Ltberte says the new Ministry Intend to reduce tbe army contingent 100,000 to 75,000 men. A MlntsterUt order has been Issued re storing the right of aala of all newspapers on the public streets. TUB BXTIIAD1TION OARB Ivainp of Cal4wll-Blarp Practle or Ills Connttl. New Yo-jx, Jan. 0. A special dispatch from MoLtreal sayst "Caldwell was ills charged yesterday by Judgo Coursol, and before a warrant for bis arrest on other charges was served mads bis escape "TmmedlAtely after the announcement of his discbarge his counsel walked him out of tbe court-room, and locked the door right In the face of the high constable, who was on the point of Bervlng the warrant. The Con sul General has offered a reward for bla arreal ' U1LL1ABDB. Male h lUiweass Ztoerjr aatl Dlaa Deery tbo Winner by XlsbS Plants. Sam Fba-ciico, Jan. 0 The brilliant match between Decry and Dion for the chamPlonshlD resulted in a victory for I i)Cery In W Innings, msklng 1,WQ to Dion's 1i49J, The game was played cautiously, neither player taking doubtM chances, but ( BTar!aMj shooting his ball Into tbe pocket Decry retains possession of the diamond u, and wins 1 1,000. The game commenced al 8 M p m and , , n Jed at 110 a u TIIKTELEGRAPnKRR'IITmUK. The strike continues, with no evidence of giving la on either side, although the com pany Is breathing hard and giving evidence that It Is sorely pressed. In all tbo cities the branch offices hare been closed and every available man concentrated In the main offices. Country offices have been closed for the same purpose, and where there are no opposition Hoes even larger offices bars been elosed for the same object Of coarse there Is a material reduction la tbe amount of business, bo tbat If the company's boast, that all business offered is sent off prompoly,bj true, It does not present mat- jtsrs la a peculiarly favorable light. Tha operators are apparently bb resolute as ever, as will be seen br tbe dispatches be low, Tbelf only weakness Is lo their finances, which, owing to the recent date at which ths league was orgaolaed, have been neglected, members being tbe first object. Tho various outer laoor associations aro coming to meir aid, and there Is a good prospect of their being able to hold out soma time. The print. Ing operators still stand to tbo company. Should aay defection occur there the com pany would be powerless aud compelled to yield at once. Wa append some of the dispatches rccclred by the league yesterday t TU SITUATION AT IfXW OKLIiKS. lUurnil, Taair. January 9. All ami la NfvfJriaos hod lha Loo Star stale Th fTrMoaa'f of the monopoly ara ofTerlar erry Indue.!. to fo to Ww Orltaos, and by their Bosfoundtd reports have laflueneed Martin, ot Woatern Union fJffle hare, who oca to Nw Orleans to work. Tha man. (Jal. traltb. rron Arkanaai, was iworn In on arrival bt, and aaat back. Vf behave ao Wcatera Uolon raports. The nW this after noon Is vary ehrtor Kp the ball rolllnj tocisritta ia aa on. LocisrtLLMV Jan. 9 Nvr doubt Loula Till Wa struck as on. W llv'e as on Tbat w will win It ascertain as th txlal ne of debt. Should theunlUd beings of tb world aced to uojuat compromise. I.ou s vllle would battle for a malntaoane ofjuatt till theraek( doom. All Arm and buoyaat Men ar atlll Jololac us Th company In doeamentnow Is that unleia we com bask thoUorcroiBeat wilt take ths liars fitand firm. CATcmttfi tiibm orr th a rtr ItAr.riaioaB.Jaa 0. In our brlckt laileon thcrs la do sueb. word aa fall W at Brm Md trltr haaa OaUhlog then oa th Uy" iouDiry ib araiBBAj. oiaai arm a ao at; its roawAsaiaoTov PHlLABiLratA, Jaa 9. The followloc ar th name of the prjurr aad traitor who ar pectd to la tr to-nlghl for Waah IngtoB to work against thalr profeaalonal bratkraa Kaat them and let th Dublla know who they ar Tom. J Clio ft r. Jo itraaiey, roster rv uavu ana iistau u Malr. Taa rirrsauBd rauiTitu eTafFATitizic PlTTSBUkd, Jsa S mid night At a tuft lscof ths Trpegrapbleal Union thlivrnlog ttaolulloaa or srrapator and aid wr uaaol ttoaaly adopted A roaolutloa wa also paaatd oidanaliB th AssolKd Tress for pabllsblaff fall ataUaaant la rcajardtotb lefrapbars strlk All rscret to hear th j ami iioinon ai i-auaunjiBiai vui arv iau to know that there ara noo la t&l otlon of th coaatry w ar poor bus virtuous rilCAOO LOTALtBTB OTIBWOBKBP OaioAdo. Jsa s mldalibt Two ma null th Western Union hr tday oa aacount of orrworE. ior more ueciar ibcj viii leave Mood ay UATSEfAL AID PtrrsBpaa. Jao o. Offaraof eoatrlbutlens will ba tadcrd by tha merchant to morrow UiaciKMATf, Jaa. 9 Weltar ratMil 3,000 cash UntcAoo, Jan 9 We bar aueeerdad la raisincover C,ooo to aid us la fighting ths mo npolr PiTTiacan, Jan 0 We bare just recelred a donation of SITS from tha operators of tbt Pacta and AtUatloUompaay "BOOT BB-ATUHEBJ " Warrirotov, D O, Jan 9 Our "body snaUhloB omntlthuyMtardar UMald la anvloeloaamaola tb Weiteiu Uolon otOc hra that he wai In tha wronr bo Ha aa knowldgd th earn, and Innwdlstaly left lornia nom iaa eBBBjivaoia tvmiTiiT liarriBa at bjabiivillk IVasbtillb. tiifv , Jao S. Th membrof tb Telegraph"' I-tu" aere attended i called meetlof of the Typographical Unloi ttt-dav. Thanectloa wacalid to rdr. and view were freely ichaaged Reaolutoos wre paiaed ctlllog oa tb President of th tfa- Uooal Typographical Uolon of tba U 14 prckidB(or ihuiiui..iiv. a .., U telegraph to very loial organliai uca atlon .i-i .Va.a F polat, aad Instruct th different ?'?".."'.. TlrrDhrs Lcaiu'toeall iBrri ar fin h.V.A. a id hav aaawcr raturncd to laVao V'oe'V;., P"'" ot the N.tloaa. Typographical tin.00 r.E1Lt The WasbiogtonLeaW 'have Usned ths !r1ta-a-ltTt 4.a,,ii..u.ri.i..v"fri Mrvuertiw jujocioiwb in in - - IiBAffS.ivaaa TiLS4ainsa. 0 I "VillliatM. JBB 10. .MJilaaaf. The latsraslaV Tlegr.phr ro.Wj" League blng ido "' fh laeae of l . lahor aaaoeUtloBa ad la. itnloos throuiho "MM eiviiiza worm, w u ""."''if " ",'-"KrBi larto yourarmpatbHa, and as k.Fouf. f sapporftosaaUlh vil6" ; far Juslifl agaiaai graaiaii moct. .a.k. othr at a b.oboikI whoaa SBpUaUae kowq from loaignLtUanetto forty ,i.lon?( dollars, (SAO 000,000,) mostly drawn fretn.t.V mialorlnoaa of othrs, or sarned by those wbcV ther wouW Actuated by a Just feeling of pr,-. In tbo future welfare of our fraternity, we lave com bined our cSTorts for th nurposa of eia lt to It proper staodard the oceupatloa f .Meb w aavacaocan a a means 01 liTennooa, t,U knowing that a raat combination of capAtai mml Draiftrlr over inUrroa between our moat Intelligent effort and tb omtDnaurU rewards of an appreciative publlo aad belter. Ing that la "union ther Is BUtagth," tb lgu has bean formed with a view of promot Ing our common aad Individual lata real Th bflts of suaJx an orgaBlsatlon ara Mlf-H-Hm ..it In tht a atrurrla for tka life of lha fratarattr and our eoclal liberty, we ask you, our co laborer, to atand by us. We fl that our victory will bo your victory, and our defeat but tb begtaatBg-of th fat which will ton against capital, (Slfne5.1 Alb which will sorely meet svry struggle of labor LBIBTP Ontrna. "i Objmnillee WX.OTBB, Tbe Prim era and b Telegrapher la accordance with tho announcement made In tbo'KBFCDLiCAW or Batarday. a meeting of Colombia Typographical Union was oeia on oaturaay evening ior mo par pone of taking such action as might bo proper In view of tbe strlko of the Tele graphers' League against tho Western UbIoo Telegraph Company. At the opening of the meeting a commu nication was read by tho secretary from Edward Copelaad, president of the Nash ville Typographical Union, as follows: 1" tht Prcif faaf of C.faMlft TtfpogrrtiUal Stat I would call special attention of th member of th Typographical Uolon to lb opportunity offered of breaking up a monop- Jur th printing bualasas, natch fo all naDera no my w u is 11 ua uuna uwn tain ii iao id iu r not connected with . or rem ting ai. tbDt Jtr la Nasbvlll thcrs wcr formerly four dally pprc Now, oa aeoount of ths monopoly aad ths exorbitant prices paid for tb dispatches, there ar but twoi and 00 paper can do eiariei nr oooauao in mo nopoly refuse dispatch for Ua than B.00 for the privilege of receiving them, and pay tog for fbtm besides Let ua unit with th telegraphers, and strengthen ourselves as well Messrs. Albert F. Chllds, Geo. L. Shlvlcr and Wm. Dyer, a committee or tho Tele graphers' Union, were preaect In obedienco to tbo following resolution, adopted by tbe League at Ua meeting Sat unlay looming 1 JtrioMd, That a committee of three be i pointed to prepare a statement setting forth tba object I th formation of th TelegrauS era Protective Lesruei It atrenath. and tha ?r".Tr "'." .'. . wl,vw mvxa De,"n lUBDiuoeeoi previous years, nck'ts, wbteb !iSl.nVa kf rrh aomQ ,lD,, , re limited to the number of two hundred, " TheVhafrman of tba committee then rea. WurlIn a statement prepared In accordant wltli P"P a.xm .JV W"J J ??? .tPii.! the above resolution, which details the bis "Fr&l V &,?" "S ViK? !S toryof tho affairs that led to tho strike fV??." fj nJSktZ 3 'nd Attcr tha statement had been read, Messrs DrMjc 'rects, Gcorgatown HaUeck, Carls, Claxton, Flynn and Webb .. . ., , . were appointed a commlttse to draft suitable Mavor BowEVhAS notified the general resolutions expressive of the sense of tbo ?ntof the Provident Aid Society thatnn Ualon. I til further orders be can draw 011 Mr. John The committee reported back u scries of f ?Ul for one thousand loaves or bread daily, aniniintla ai.itnr ih.t .. n.A vAnn.,ai It needed Also, tbttths can drsv on Ur. .ak..aiiai...i; -- -.-..T ..- : . Union had 'at Its annual session taken action against the telegrapblo monopoly which ex I t.f. in ihi. ,,,.:. .. a !.-- . ha I po.Ultelegr.phproject,tbereforor i".v. .fc ..v""!"". m. ijrorTrai'111"1 iraternuy are wun tne strixers oomo dis . cusslon ensued on tho resolutions, to oulet which Mr. Langtreo offered tho following 1 substitute! which wss adopted D.aaJaaaJ Tk.l (lAtaa m t,l T.,,n.n), I. ill .U. I sink against the reduction of wages of the membar or th Tclegrapbera' Protective I Lagu la Ualifornia Bpcsches were made by Messrs. Cat Is, Ha..!, Vl.a i1hll.l. an.1 1 a.. - V ' vli it i' i ' -Bi"t aner LOCAL MATTETIS. - CBIHC. Abcaiit asd Battbut wim Intebt to Kilu We nude mentlou sonis days ago of toe tact mat two coiorea aesperaaocs naa acted In a violent manner in a store kept by a Mr. Cflpcllo, on the Island, and tbat one of tbe miscreants, Randolph Cole by neme, had escaped from the station house before his trial. Un Saturday night Detective Mc Derllt again arrested Cole on a United States warrant, charging him with committing an assault and battery with Intent to kill are- apectAuio coiorea man namea "nonny Webb. Cole was sent to Jill for court by Jnstlco Smith. Blrolart axd Arbest. On Friday ere nioglaat tha residence of Hon. D. 8. Ben nett, of New York, at tbe corner of Fonr teenth and H streets, was entered by bur glars and several articles of value stolon, among which was a floe overcoat valued at $75. Yesterday Detective McDevlU suc ceeded In recovering the coat, and arrested a wen known thief known as John Dia mond, who Is supposed to be one of tbo bur glars. Ho was sent to Jail for a further hearing before Jostles Harper. Sent to Jail von Tnirf . Jastlea Walt. of the Second prednet, had before him a notorious colored thief, known bb Samuel alias Gennle Cant, who was charged with IhelArcenvof a black cloth cloak and coat from Eurena Camel, ean. The theft waa fully proven and Gant was tomaillted to Jail frtF WYnrt. ' 1 Tns St. Cloud Hotel A hot hi Fres-. luimer. Is Saturday to be a gala day with tho newspaper folks (faring the present yearf It would teem so from the fact that Bator-, day the lit was the occasion of the ban aatt with tbe Richmond Journalists, and on Sat- oruar ido o.aanotnr uappr time waa en Joied upon ths Invitation of Mrs. E. Ai Pol lard, who has Jttst fitted up and opened the St. Cloud, a pleasantly located and elegantly turnisnod notoi, rormsny Known as tne Herndon house, at the corner of Ninth and F streets. Sympalhlelor In the labors of I sue 1 ounn estate, jiin. 1 oiiara acxermincu that thev should be her first aroests. and selecting a memorable day for her opening, she extended Invitations to about forty "Anights or the Quill and Pencil" to visit her at 13 01. January B( and participate In tho ceremoaloa ofthrowlmr to Lha breeaa a beautiful Amarlean flaa Va eommtBoratloa ottbeaaulvorsary of the battle of Mew Or leans. In response to tho lnvltalloo, a number of genucmen representing ins press attended, and were ushered Uto tba baud some par tors, where tho hostess extended to each a cordial welcome. Col. Thomas B. Florence performing the ceremony of In trod net Ion with his usual good humor and ready wit When all had assembled a nrocesaton was formed, and, to tbe music of tho MartacJ pana, tne company proceeaea 10 a private dining room, where Mrs. Pollard had pre pared a sumptuous collation, comprising every possible luxury. Tho exercises commenced with a neat little address by Col. Florence responded to by Mrs PoUard, who then lnvlta-i. til to par take of her hospitality. Ample Justice was done to the choico viands prepared for the occasion. When the solids had been dis posed of the liquids were placed bttort the guests, and toasts and sentiments became the order of the hour. "The day we cele brate," Tbe flag," Tho hotel," and "The hostess," wero toasted la tarn, and neat speeches were made by a number of the Gentlemen. "The Press," or as announced y Colonel Florence, "Oar noble selves," was responded to by Major Ben. Ferley Poore In his usual felicitous manner. An hour or two waa passed very pleasantly, and the company bid adieu to their hostess, each and all wlshln-r her success In her under- taUnfr, satisfied from tha exhibition of the day thAl she will satisfactorily solve the problem, "can a wessan Reap a notei v B. S. SfiDER Bxroks Jodoe Wtlie. On Saturday last, at about 1 p. m .Ji. 6. Bolder, who for some weeks part has been confined wassuf poseur lornwpuTTSjBVTorVrcrnn lnary examination, there being present tho marshal. deDutv marshal, some six or eight persons who had come to testify In behalf of tho prisoner and attending counsel, Richard till IIUVUU, 1 A1V11 bus luitun Mbj tu,yi Jadtre. Where Is vour olice of residence f Solder. In tho western part of the State of wow York. aJud re. What Is vour occupation? 8. I was a tiller of tba soU until 18C1. when I catered the United Stales service and bore arms over three years. Ia tbe fall oflBot I was discharged by special order of E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War, upon the rocommthdallon of forty officers and sol diers, in order that I might labor la the rama Af Christ. Judge. How do you mike a lit Ing! . I dine where l do mywork. My labors are thO f n evangelist. Were I hungry and to eCm9 to your bouse, would you give m8omcthu",&tocat? B. My wants a lwM been eupplled, and I have f reW nU' hJtA jnonT t on tribute to the wants Sf lhe Wow "d or Phau without suffering u',y"t.lftnr?, ) 10 wnat Lburcb do vu. . , 8. I bar. M"rta'g';1J elaiM to aland upon Ib, rock " " ,. CbrUt refcrreo Peter, ..jlnr, "a."1,!?;! rocklwlllbnin BjlW.ullCi ."" nf halt ahall rn.1 null ...i' . i. ia J. Are you a CathoUo? 8. No. What Christ -.M ill.t nt Mr. . Peter, but to the rock as the foundation of ar cior, uuv 1 the Church. J. What doctrine do yon preachf 8. Holiness or heart. nnHt nt tir B..i doing unto others as I would that they should do unto me. Oar past and present condition as a nation Is the reinjt of oar departure from these rules. J. ho wonder the- peonlo; cohsluer you '' buui kcuciui uiarrmiCDl. in wniCU aU hauds Joined, he sold to Mr. Snider, !).... .. 1 t . I ..a.. ju.ai.iginaa.it m-jh wuicu.nr a., step ping up and taking tho Judge by the Land, eatJ, "Is tbe lunatic released."' 1 ado assistant marshal, alter Mr. Snlder's release, suggested to tho Judge In a Jolting manner that be Mr. S be Bent back to tbo asylum, bb ba had understood that ho had dono a great deal of good at that place. Tbe marshal also spoke In his favor, and said tbat he had heard Mr. Bolder speak from tho steps of tho City Hall, sod had never heard anything to Indicate Insanity, but on the contrary had heard some very good remarks from him. The crowd dtsperaed, and Mr, Snider Went on his way rejoicing. Dr. Nichols, the superintendent of tbo asylum, upon whom tho wrltof habut reryms had been served, dll not appear to testify against the prisoner. . a ... I.a Coterib Cariivalv We heve re celred from Professor L. G. MArinl a circu lar announcing the rules and regulations which will govern the grand Bai Masque which will bo given at his Assembly Rooms on TucsJav, ebrusry 1st. Tbe previous af fairs of this description given by Prof. Mar Inl have been largely attended and afforded comptcte SAtlsfaclion to the participant. It a mo luicmaDu oi ino rnnessor to maxe the coming entertainment more attractive .a .. "... .. . , . ."-"-.- pel" 0mpl-;ll for one, hundred cords of wooJ'llJ0 bc Ltri?5u,a ltt rarcI,.of no1 ruoro than one fourth of a cord to each rartr TSliJSK .H.ir .i;ii; .' "Kt."rv: r '- """""a " -tb.B H" Masorio But On Wednesday evening a grand ball will be given Under the auspices nf ll.. II....I. . ." 1. I. al. . .. T. Bntlemen who have tho matter In ehargo will spare no expense or exertions tn Insure ths comfort and enjoymsul of ai who may attend on that occasion and us .... a . a . ... Ikjaa.va .aa..a,kaa p,llbu uuutl uv '" a nitii of the Masons baio alTy an very . euieitaiumenia giveu trader tne manage sjcccuful.tiierelsiiodonMtbalthecomluK Bolreo will be a complete) auocesi. Prompt AcTioaAbout 11 o'clock fist nrday night, a coal oil lamp exploded In Batlers livery stable on Captiol IIUI. and set fire to a quantity of bay and atraw. Th members of the Columbia Fngina No. 3 promptly repaired lo the premises, and with a few buckets of water extinguished the flames before material headway had been gained, thus saving the building from de Bt ruction. Recotert of WE Stolen Bofnj Thi following dispatch was received last night by tbe Associated Prcssi llama xroBT, Ooni .January a Thapaak ago of $31,090, OoTcromeat bonis, itdtfrom lloston toWachlngtoa for th Secretary of th Trcaaury, nd which mysteriously disap peared, has hero found by tne officers of the compear a n jiuuui uau ,'. u u tiuv. jciMii day afternoon an alarm of Are was turned Vrai It.... I...... t-at. ..... ..t ta iron, dox w, comer or iweoty-taird street west and L street north, caused by tbo burn tog stable of Patrick Cook. ouTwenty fourth iirei, uctweon 'i aua n sirens, togetner with a valuablo horse and cow. Lose 1100 Tbo fire was tbe work of an Incendiary iLavrxa-, or a Citv Pabtor Wo regret to sUte that Rev. John C. Smith. D. D., tho oldest pastor In the city, who 1 known aad beloved throughout this District, bas been coaflned to his residence for soma days past, and was ao mueh Indisposed yesterday aa ti bo unable to be present In his pulpit at tbe Fourth Presbyterian choreh Sals or 1 Fits C.unucr. On Siturday Messrs Cooper & 1 atlmer sold, at their auction room, the splendid Landean car riage imported from Germany by tbe late Amos Kendall at a cost of 12,00 Pur chaser, Judgo Peck) price paid, &KV AixQcibt ik Georgetown By tbo re port of Lieut, Kseex It Is sho rn that through out fla tordiiy and yesterday there wero no arrests made by the police In the city of Georgetown Alexandra a train. The OautUot Saturday erenlog bas lbs following news Items Matthew SCott, th colored man who dur ing a fight ob th sight of tbisthof lastaaoath at Troy, In Uharlaa eouaty. Maryland, killed another colored man name t Autos pad, and who was erreated In thtaatty asdcoBBBaa. In jaiL was uciivcrau loiay 10 cpvciai uiucer j It Murray, upon a requisition from the Oar nwrof , alary U ad, to be taken to tb JaU at Port Tobacco Thimarkit tht morbog,wi only totcra bly eupplled, eieept with freak taaat. which wr gen rally of good quality W have no ahanaa (n nntle la nrleaa. lldlter fresh orlaf Slrrsoccnta per puli egga, li.M cents per doiant of coun butler la bought sparingly D(t gga ar iicaiwiu Oitnkwiit.mi estate agears, im on yeiUMay, January T.ISTff tbfarmo( WlJUam k RUwart. in Prlaea William county, ton tslnlngissaerec.to Hr A W Moras, of Pan ylranla. for wo Th farm la tluted a-r NokcsvUls station, on tb Orange, Alexandria and Manasaas railroad DsLausT. tb estat of ths lit George kejv hart, naa larraarfll on thaAlBBBBdrlB. LOU doun and If am pah I re railroad, has been aold to Ur U J Matt, Of rertaej rrania lor pr acre, the trad contains about four hunfred THE UIir?fKPEUBKIlCI.UUN Tba lnanrces.ee IsrtssLasa aad rnrebaBa n Hwspa.pr-i "-n-tntnlnc Sba Honey Btalan from the llndaan Day Company, Cuicaoo, Jan. 0. A letter from St. Bom face, dated Dec. 21, sayst " On the 22d Inst the Winnepcg Insurgents forced a loan of X850 sterling from tbe Hudson Bay Com pany under protest, or this amount ajO was used to purchaao tho press and printing material belonging to Caldwell S. Co., from which Is lo be lisucd a paper In the Interests of tho Insurgents. Itsnamowul bo the . OepttuUnU and It Is to be edited by Mayer Johnson. makiaca Journey tobeTJnltcUolAlcaVbut whether for the purpose 01 raising -uuu-or for cnllstfug Fenians, Is unknown. A letter from Governor McFarlsh, dated Fort. Garry, Dcceaibcr 2Mb, sajstho Hud son Bay Company's agent at fit Paul sUte tliAt tho loan abovo-mcntloned was obulned by the Insurgents cerrylng off the company's safe, which contained the amount named The Btolcu funds are redeemable at tho Fort Garry York factory In exchange on Lon tlpn. lie warns AmetWaus against nego tlatlug for these notes, as they aro nHen AQUATIC. Tb Sappho and Cambria Race Another Cballeutfa to IboCambrla New Yon. January 0. A cable special to tha iTttaUt gives the substance of a letter of Mr. Dong las a, tho owner of the American yacht Safpho, disproving Mr, Asntmry's BUUmeutft tcUttre to tbe match engage mcuis of the Sappho and Cambria, and as ertiug that Ashbury evaded propositions for an open sea-race between tbe yachts, Mr. Duu glass now challenges the Cam tirla, or any schooner yacht In Great Britain for one or three races, to lake placo oex no, from tbe National Light to Cherbourg c, and retard. Ite atoo challenge! any Fran ,ftCUt t0 rtc,j front Rlns&Io Head, English ,n tna coa,t 0f tfcianj, to New ottlUlosale, w ,t gUmmer, starting on llu Yolk, during its.. tncr um(i iii of -July, or any . " Latest Telrgrapk. -LxaIij la greatly Sheffield, hugland, and Tu in iha col- ox cited over a riot that prevail. Hcrlea near that place. . . No action bas yet beon taken la th of Aqbb( at Charleston. A motion to vacau tbe arrest will be made to-day, Tbe United States branch mint at Car son, Nevada, Ib readv tW operation In every department. Forty eight thousand acres of Uud, near AUUns, Kansas, has been sold to tbo Scotch Emigration Society, of Glasgow, for 1103,000 The emigrants will leave Beotlsnd In Fcbru ary and March John Nixon, Jr., a httbly respectable cltl sen of Now Orleans, was shot and killed at a club house In tbat city last night Ths municipal troubles at San Francisco- continues. Tho I-rlo Railroad Company has com palled all station agents to give bonds rang Ing from one thousand to ten thousand dot lars, for the fklthful aud honest perform ance of their duties. Tan roLi,owiit Is aa eilraU from a letter from tho Treasurer of the L oltoil States to a Depositary National Bank. "The Treasurer claims and will exorcise tho right to overdraw his account with a Depositary National Bank, by draft or other wise, to such an extent aa to brine the in debtedocst or the bank to tho United Bute within the limit of Its securities whenever Hi aggregate Indebtedness to tbe Gorvrnment and lis oiueers suau cxcccu sucn socnruics It Is evident that lu uo other manner caa the Government be protected from tbe risk oi loss. The risk is the same, wnetner md ae posits stand to tho credit of the Treasurer or of disbursing officers, and the Treasurer is In both cases equally bound to protect the Interests of the Government by bringing- the indebtedness of the bank lo the United. States within tho limit oi Its securities." Wali Street -Th iiw-uiative feeling In Wall strLei baa ban strongly revived within tbe past fo d7ai d stocks have taken a sharp upward turn. Tha movement has extended to til gold room, where the 'bulls have advanced the price to H The amount of business has ben largely inureusid, and tho brokers, who have li ad mil to do since tho prostration that fol i iwed the September panl ,aru jubilant over the receipt of "orders Tbe Stock Ex chaugo and gold room again present an aid roatlon to which they liars tong been strait' i"' WU1CU 1UB VU1QU BUJVU1UCU gtre- lh '