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NATIONAL REPUBLIC
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN
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alabod taaabterlooraBt tba foLlowlag ralooi Oaa
owpT ta yoor, IllUroa ooploo aaa, roar. Aoi taw
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WXSHINaTO D. 0., AVEDNESDAY, JANUAllY 12, .1870.
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aahiadRd dallanwail ba tt(i MUiaf
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atkwat aaraaf a( faaaarUaala avaaaa tad
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ltafrl froal alraaalaf back a kaadrad aid
trirtba (latlfaai ibraa 1J) lath , tba dptk af
hftmolaUt Oa laird Ui laplU& VC
rii ba paid at lbaUaaaf aala.f aad tbabklaaoa
' aad lal. aataa. wliU lataraab-lo bj
aaoarad br daad af tnut db ht praatold; aad
If thatamaaraaot canplltd With la Ivadaraaf
lr the nf tbmUt.marfa iharlbtl4 roaoU
at ib riak tad ai of in nrl part iMriUt aa
i A Mrinf lattn lUrwl aataa- IK ait Iwaalv two
LtTtTaafiif aao raraaaa aianpa ai par-
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J1MII IIV
ff-tl Uadaraadbrflrtaaafadaadaf traltnd
Efflfraai piAraajoi ntuatald aaA otbar ,4Ar
JEJUsocaUd aad raaordod la LtaorfaaA . .
, wit oi ibo io a miirii ir too ooaair vi n
mlT
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8DiY, lhalNtbdaref Jaaarr
at iM o'alook p at., oa tko prai
,aarr A b IDTO
hlfboat bldAor. Ml tba klrbt,;ltulhral aa
pra !, to tba
rinraral.
rat aa
ftabarl B. VUatvU.
ii Plifoarald. aad Ml
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aaaa
fill ft raid, aad ktrrtt
,rti riuvorai
I i.rUntial
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Ia all tEal Aa.la Otoaii r
Miaral. aBA Mirvatat l.riliitnU. !
II tut rorUla ptooaor paroolof load allaaUd
aid Ijla la lb cut ' Waahtacioa aal DUtrltt
or uoiaaoia. aaowa Miimrutw o 100 piaior
Ela f laid cttr at l, f(. I, U rtattfitlwa aaa
prod 10, i
Toraaaarialar TortW (bnftal dolUrcab(
tba raaldoa fa alCrltrolf aad tichltta moaikt.
accarodbr doodfUataUipromlioatatafai
tory l too irvotoar mb atoa boarlaf Uttront
OaaforaatlBKaadaianpaBtoarthattr'ieoaL Til
baodroi rfftlian m TMtr,i 'rfai toopat
ckaaor at tlrno af aalo , It tba urnt af aal ar aot
taaiUd wub wlthU IVdarfo darorial.
Ik propter arUlbf roaold at lb titk aad aoat of
tba dtraa tfak mfcaaaar, .
Man Rat. 311 aad JlWaoaU , Ptaotiltaala
T aTtaataadHlalbiKMl.
ilRI oTOHX tt CL"TritR0. UBBOIIAMT
Crbblf BS. TJHBBILI.AI. tlXTUKIB. . AT
, Oa BATUBDAT M0BM1B0. Jaaaarr K roax
astatiBf at 10 a'tlnak aad ar talaf at I a'tlock.vt
will a J, at Jf. 310 roaaarlraala artaat.bo
B'tala(baad Ttalk iirttlt, taa aaliraatook
tJLUTUIBtl 4 .artb III T A Httpbaaa,
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W tab ptlal a toatlaiaf dealtra aad prlvatt
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loraioui ooioi uiKiiiiniii o waica annaai
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ooo iwpih aauatua, muu laiaiaii, m do aocoi
ll.o rtib aad anal or laa AtA nnrebaaar. All
rtrood'iood rtVtoaaaUnpaai porcbAMr'acooi,
- CqPItt a) tiTIMBB.'"
Jaa-Aodttr r J AnctloBma.
BY THOMAS DOWMSq. Auatlanaor.
if BEIPUB 8TkKTjui0iaBTUnBd t
VALrABtBlttAtiVriTtqir'atdn'bKTdwjt
UKIQHTi FDR BALE.
By ylrtotof adttdoT frnit boarLatdala aa tb
ITk allni
Utltbla, aad boaadod at MU
lowit UfClBBlaf ala
do ii iui 1 ai uoii
SoairoM lro aao
aniilk (if tho aanll
drtd aad aorraly (1T0I foal loul
iirooi
tlit toalfaaaat
roraar of Moa4 aad Ooa troo ttrtolt, aad raaalay
baoaih wUbaaid Uaoof Ooairtaa atTtttoat
h ladrodBBd aorta foot alx Uthtir mora or loat. la
Ibo aoribwtat ooratr of Vita, O, Hoity'o lot;
Iroao a
ib I
Tormai Oat half raabf balaaca la alx aad
IVoivatBitaiaa who min, aao aaroo nm, tba
proptrtr. A dapo It of BUM will ba yotalrod ao
tooaaatkaproptr y takaMiU dowa, or ti will
balmntdlalalr raaold If tba tarma of aalo art
aotaoapllod with wllbla Attdjyt. tht prupoily
will bo Mail, al?. rTtlr udf ttal of tba daftallf
bi parakuty 1
InaoBTtraatTaa', latladltf rtTBBBt at amp at
.h!.,.l,W1r.MrgIlrlllbojmut
; Troalia
, TOOMAJ D0WL1HU,
jaa tojll I liar.) Aatlloattr
riOHPANT fBOriRTT PQB1ALE.
DBtoT QotarjaiiatTaa'a Oiyici.
WiAHIvaro. D. O 1 Aabary a, 1M. ' I
Will bt told, it poblla aDptloa oa litis OAT.
Jaaaarr IT. at 11 a tlock a a Uh Uopol a!
lint I: I a 1 Ma a-. Aa . Araaoro MUM. Iknlllh
patkaf t of tow pot y proportp. Itfi at Iblt dtpol oa
aMirai't oaii straaiatiBa ui ubi
artlllora foraa, ataltt. b
llfi booba. apart Itata, toola. t .a
? ! 'I". 1 1 'I ! rnadaby parktfta, la arf ordtact
who tba lut of Muiaa nark t J attach,. rT
arvvi
ooka
Ttrma ean .
by trdtrafjht QtartrMUratirml,
' 0 Ii T1I0UA8, Oapt H A k..
)alO 6t Attlat DtpotMaartarattttr.
pODatll.lB'i fiRDp BTOBf, OPPOllTE
j HatooM Votupl. Frotb (wdt ttoalTMItt
VHk Bt ttalt lotdl ktpl.
.i.fi..nii ii! liintr. A D FMQ. Bant ta
BM.iaXaaBt.ai Iaa Iaa nwrl af W kli
Bf vlnoaf Adflt'd artraiL twlit dala oa
lTihdaf at K9ftmMr. A.p. IBO. a ad rtaardad
lH.mV ' Collnbu; ! liter T aad E. Ha,.
folio & t f t Aaib dlrattiaa T iba iraavarar
ribarirrtUo-aparallllBlUdlacAaaaauUfaJ
w will MlNaLptMll aajtloa, la froal of lit
Mil at 4 a'flok p n., all that plat ar pairal
alNaB4AadpronliMl7Uiaa4aiIhaald
tlirof wa kUftoataad kiowi iad dartrlbid a
laa part of tot anabarad Ibraa (!) la pra
abardlbrabaa4r-4 aid ilztraaa odl.) iba
aaroo aao oixtovo roiiooou ( r? aa uf wwg ,
bad bs dlrottloa of tba Traartc of tko Pint Co
optrAlTf 8 all tUa a- AtoAUoair wllo-oait U
' Nil W Ibo prowUoa, at pa lit aotlloi, oa
WXBBB1DAT, tba tte da l rabraarr aaal. at
4 'ttlt p m alt taatptataor proolof arvaad
WdprboiUoa, Irlaf Aad btta la ibaaaliTeltpoI
atntaatuB, aad baowa Aad dterlbA aa bolaf
narlof lul Tonborad Iwoatv. (1D.lii crtoara .
t-" mm haodrod aad olohll
rojRBiao lataBo oooin oiooa oiaiooaiB
atioMooTtaMtMiiTiiooiaaakiBiiiiacaaai lotaoa
waafc boadrtd aad alx 1061 fool aad all (6)
laaboir tboaoa aarUk aovtalooa tl? fool aad alz (4)
laaaaoi aaii Uooot oaatoaa baadni aadalr-(Ul
aP air tai iaftta, laibapiaeoot boiiaaiaa.
a bolaa laaarAaal Lv a rood oad aabalanllal
1HIO VHtHMI.a, U. lOtH, obo oojy rfoan
fa MboiTaad tf, Vt I at fofl 4. aad at lb
toaaoai of iho parly Mrot1 tbarob. 1 wllleff-r
TfRaobafiJfobratro , 1W0. al 4 t'.Ul, all
ikal I.flT Of (IflnllMTk almafaJ Aa flaAraataaia
ISn Niwii rwua ui ur HBO1 OOMTIiOl
oat kB4;a4 tad Iwoaly-tw- foot fir taobta It
IbowtaUjaoor ofodrttoB footwld alltyithtac
Borlh vlthaaidllator told aUaylotbo oaikoaat
doraarof Joaafbaa OaHar't lot, aid'thiBct wl(b
rly( aall U oat of 111 Jtl allalbla bitlUlBi loit aow
for at la IiUdlrtcily oppottt Tador flat, aad
imiK M LlalhlonmalaUroodtBao
"For hiAo or Bent
-pOR SAIX-A-B-Ilt C0TTAQ1 WTTB IIX
(OTriHaTt.aiTriJf.i.. w.v
jAall-aolf boL Twtlfth a'ad Tbtftttalb U
TXJB BXCIIAROR-A IBDO LITTLE HO08B,
"i vuiii ii minii,ii Ml aTnif. mil
anr. aprijpaj. w4Liau, u,
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ill la
OUPLItl IIXTDIKI or k riKIT-CUia
LimdpvfAff aala ,.iiaiiIh b iL. & .r
at V..Z.'i 1"a"K." . ".I-"." "?'?!-". T
notaaitai uarjtaa JaU SI
IW3,AtS-fH BTOfJIC riXTVSltVOAOD
-hu YT7 "q jitooio BToanttOppoano
a. n tuu, oa,. n ibbi ooBltBlirlotaioa or
kaowa oa lha "TI nftHn 1 iiaatad o Ba.
J alb airott a tar taaarlTaala artaoa. wlib a
air alock of Toai, Coftta, . oW U a
T0a AMD OATTLK 00D.
, FOR lAtTf--A larttaaaiiljof I
bla for oaiil aad ho food. It hi
aoaatcd br tb aboiajt Bltd it
Kliad Vtfla
Wit
aa a aapanor
Abb
air
JSM JW
M'
tuiiu, 'lriiToti'tKO.OTntxs. Oik
oraiin who oiaiaai avvuaiBi
mi jar nuaiiHi m wf i( m wnwr, Mltl 09 Boar
lb DortrlaiiaU, wltbail ntdtrd ttaTtHtBtta.
Apply at boata.
iaa ooii . , . JIMal TOffliU.
X'atat yard la I root aad tlda, with taetllttl
walor. aitaalod aoatb aid of. K olrool. soil to ar
BT I f t BTBWfaaaay yaftaooo lT-tV
A
. 'LVH WIST TBRIB oTOR
TnRIRITORTBBICi:-
iroBalooaicV boltilaaa. CTH
JX. HOUSE with tltkl it balUla
Bo.liai atroot, two dari.BBt of V-i
trrot, two dtari, rat of Vuar jCdl
i airoair ar 'wiaaawt b( uatK
.. aad arato la ftait eacla ad witfa
Ma nor doalrabla roatdoae U Iba diy
VB IB iropi 0
bcJo ad with Iroa rail
K.7 -2i"JRl" ' fU' a'elock p,
ELEQANTT '
AW:RACTIVE1
CONVENIENT !
Wo offa r aalo lha 011 onfTf nvll
PBMIKU.BBiCK tBOMf RBStDlKCES, la
bUck wilaat daora bliada aad I
raUt, loot OfUt boat Bart
'Tbaoo hora nara a aoalltfi
BMraeUTo by bay wladowa. t
ora, bliada aad Irtamlaca, aaarM
of Ut boat BortkCorolioataao
i tiara a oonUtfroaU aadaroaioi
KMa f oar wiiavwii inriiM ruia, ail
Boaota atoaa trraood atcpo) lot 21 foot frgal i wlla
I jtUbawi otabt .ft1? h . .A ..t i. .
jo mow hj a BOMUiBBiartf cm a itwoiiiv Bdaoa
lord fkwaiaroawoll:biluKatAlilkeAotrt
ttb1(y;aadaora'at to all lb atrael roll
it Mlur cctiorliill for rnrehaalaa- aaa Tna nf.
for prl aid! Lyraa apply I4 r bdjrooot
uroEtra. uu ooi aio rrtata airooi, -iw4
j ooo " "" ' It aoal
TSiIORrtflt0 7tOOM8 FOR RMT-iB A
A1 doolrabl looottoa. I ait Ira Al So, 3U U
aliaal. luf nrtaAala.' T
ta, hiibviv ivaavvwa.
tUtol, aaar flftooatbt'
poR RBjir r'VJ BUI '
a win vnpm avoni aiooi
BdTWaUr C)t
imdforitatlti
OF UOUkh.
boat attack od 1
ar 111 Tblrtotatb, tail ald.b f w doaxt aortk ol I
oppi
IX) R BALE. A Fit! HAW nOUSE. I1THATKD
Ala Iba utdtlrabI'10Battoa.aad aalahbor
TLTi . ,ia !' Trm flboral, Inqalroatflo
hUwIatf -a, bolwata kiitulh aad it loot 00a tk
TR 1ALTI
-THR!
rrfoBd
BRER STORY BBtCff nODBI
r 5S4 iiryj
llxth alrtot, lalaad Oa. hoi aad ooJi wa
raaiot Aro plot bailor, narbla moattla. all
rood ropalr. brtak alablo oa roar of lot. wl'h 1
aid walor aad roon for tbr baraoa Wl-l
BoUoboapforoaab fmH UaKBaORT.
iot aad ooJi walor
ati it
r
WftntB.
f UUA.DWUUI.HO 1II0NEVB?III1
""""oirooiwoOB a, ill BT, (WMI BldO, layi
aadolUBtkldafladU goau.aadtfclldrtat1
a aal gf alotblaa. aadoroloikloo. bantaaoil a-wa.
btttttap, blAaktta, qallu. bodiprtadi
o. mmj aoio ay aoau or oho
trwIto.proBptlr at
T S. JUITI1 PAT8 FAIR (CAIUirRlCES FOB
I'j. Lad la', Ooat t aad Cklldroa'a totoidbaa
Slotklat, Uadtr Clolhlay. Boot. Shoo. Aa , Bo,
IftJIUtb olrot,botwooa D aal R itroott. Iblri
door from I! blta'a ChrlaUaa AaoooUttoa
Banana, a p. aay aoi r Jau pronpuy
ajai'w w ivTifi
T0T111W0RKISQ CLIBS-Waar. 6w pro
ptrod t faralab all ttaitot wlib toaitaat tmpioy
naatat boma, tb wbola of tba lint or for taa
apvaaiatataia. tttaoiatatBtv.iuaiaaa proaubto.
rififaifiiiKaiH ooauroorv iroaaou ooaioit
Bl Pot OTttiai. aad a proportloaal rata by da
votlaolkolr waololtmolo tkohaaiaaaa Hati aaJ
tlrlo oara aoarly wiatk aa ttta. Thai a 1 wba
Coo oia aoiiao nay ooao inair oaaroaa, aaa
ailaoat.wo maka tbU aaparaUaUd fart '
ooaiooao.wo mill ton poiauaioa fiart TO BBCI
aaar aoVwtll aaUaAodw will Btai 41 (Vv9r
ikotroabltofwrirttj rallpartUalara.avalaakit
Bf raupariiBBiara.avalaa
Idolooojaoioaoo work ob. 1
wpfo AUltrtirT Campania
aad boat family atwtpop
-tro by BBalfT Xlador, If
'J
inpit) wain wui
a topy af tba Ttd PaopJ
I oi a (('
rait ptrmaataU pro 1 1 bt wprk. pddoaa 1. C.
.iLEH k UUL t AMnoU Malao. ' aoM-fta
IBM IBB.
Alt Aflaav na rr.n-rnt nn
old Uald old Klloar. oa aa alaaa iril.U &t
iSlV.tVlrtffiilW'J'J'Wi'iK
iiini mwti vital wt ! irooua orooiajo.
Oacm y
Boarding.
viw sftiBDtBi riAii irnniiurt
DATIDwIlbaoAUDaal
arwotbTabUTardT AlAi
I Ho 30.1 D atrot. bttotta
aao LouuiauiMtin.
..YYWKtt.iVft'.
Ittaia, airaoioj Hav. nuHn
JaaU-li'
if 11 AVt ir 1 tv-wt
of Lotdenaioaaly. Va bifjaf roalod tloaV So.
IavIbk roBtod tloaV S.
ita I tVor KlE-Vli'O A
4SaTaaUoi--oaV
ORHORTrJ. Ualb
Iianni ( u
OK MOItTrJ. Ualb rooat oa all floora. Roobm
010110 or ib ioua who or wiibobi ooara.
rUit
jorBW
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TSSSAl
oo cm
rt in hid
r .f MTMU
r (0 pai
tri k.4 rasiur.
aajyitaaia.atoai
I.0t aadPonnl
TpST-l aOTl BOOK COllTAItilllO A HUM
i lr ( ktl ..AH kk.n ! A 1. u. t.nih
WMhliilo. VtltlIAiMcUllM Af.H.bUl.-
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U-IPECUL ATTUTtOK Pllt) TO raiDTIKO
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tawir biioo aoy aoitaaia ror a mii, parlor aaa
drooroa allot brd, al Ho SOT S alroot lb, bo
!w2fl?iV"J,.'i WlAtk "Tr1! tatttaloai
t bovb rai io-laXlIoaoa ( foav'alorloB. aoalb
treat oUtiallr lifbud aad voalllattd Aaa loea
wmntToi new m unmiom.
l.nrtT. Coy. Cnn:i Riiniiii hu U
itUctid from Iba NTt Academy at An
fiapolli and ordi! Io lha command of (lie
monitor Sanpil al Kay Weal.
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A nnraan or cotoairi Stti of thla clly
bare made alUbe pitparallotn to begin tba
pabUcatlon of a woeklr navipaper hero nlzt
week. Iter. J. Bella Uartln la Io be hi
editor, and Frader)cK Donglan a com
apondlng contributor. i
It 1 a rosiTimr HiTlD Ibat 34tin Uoat'a
nomtnatloa aa Auoclato JuUce of tbe flu.
rromo Coirt will not ba wllbdravb, aad
tbat II la tba wlih of the rreaUant that be
beconflrmed. (tThetberUUinanlfeildealre
of tba, Executlre will hta any effect ro
maloi to be lean.
Taa Committee on BaaUar aodCarraier
had a mietlor yeaUrday, and will -ahortly
remme tbe InteiUiitlon 6f It e reeantgold
pasl la Nlw TorV. tttotfif.tiifXVtitutt
U1 ba axamloed here, ajtba(fi the com'
milted may make anothartbll loMnTork
city. They hare laken one oolites tokatp
down upeoaea by accntinglbe. adoption of a
reaolatton that wttneeiei abafl be lammoned.
bjletWaSJ VelegripbAnd- ttat nd 'coa
atrsctlra mileage ot other ftea Ibalt'be
aljowe TU U, gci, for! 4tbe, coitlagent
rand of Us tloaae, botibol for the Scr-geant-at'Arms.
Auoxd Tar ami alrUdK'rread upon by
tbe Hcmia. Cammlttea. oa.KaTf) AOalrf It
neffl Irjtkl a(5en,WqWrtmn n)-
3,00q torlnreollng and patantlng iwlna-
me contrlrance tor bending llnka add) dou,
a patent which hat proren of. Im'manta ler-
Ice,an4 tared money i ill the Amerleah
oary.yardi. Mr. Green wu nerer able tb'
get anyampnaaVoa( fot Alii InYellloa M-
caate he wat lu Ibo employ of thayalled
SUteawbtiiltwaarraiaiiied. Tbe imonnt
of IJ,00O likerorurraere: pliaoeJ'of
wu.i Nrf ureen.woaJajbaTairacalred naq
ne occn in rrl ttwillt, u& permitted to trail
hlmaelf of tbe'pateot lawa like any other
American citizen.
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Tin Uocai Natal Counrrrrt. Tb
Nftal CommlttcAor tba Ifoua wat in aea.
lea tome time jeiterday motolot," Jbnt did
not tonch the (jnenjou of naral rank, be
canae tbe'Kary Departmaat hat not trant.
muted me report or Iba board recently
teuton In thi ell, aid whlcbVt, VaK
for a few daya ago by a retolallo offered by
Mr. Archer, of Maryleal. " The anbject will
betaken up hf the committee aa toon a a
tbe report reaches them, and they expect
Ibat Secretary Robtion will accompany tbe.
report with tome rtcoramendatlone of hit
own.
Tbe committee hit alto been dltccjilngj
tbe tnbject of "IronUdt," and contemn
putea preparing a kill to authorize tba con
ttrnctlon of tome Iron rettelt to compete,
with those of Trance and Eogtand. la All
mpectl. II win be remembered tha the
Secretary of the Mary made recommend.
lion In regard to thla matter to bla laat an.
nnal report.
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Financial UraxuTioaa or rna Gpair.
mxxt. Secretary Doalwell bat porchaaed
Hz mlUlont of dollara' worth ofboddtor
the linking fond tinea lha 111 lottant, which
maketthat'fjnd l33,QIJ,8XVbMldei 197,
133,000 worth, of bondt which hare been
pnrebated and are held inbject to the action
of Congrats, maklog the total amount of
boadt pnrebated op to thla date 150,479.800.
the Interest on which, dno on the at lnttaat,
amonnioa io i,w9,wv, ana nat jott been
collected. Thli amount, In coin, wat told
yesterday, at an arerage premium of 123
30-100, and the proceed! wtu be applied to
tba pnrchaie of additional bondt fori) the
llnUogJfnnd. H '
Ttio Amount of-cola-la thr Troaiary 1
$50,000,000. 4QJ f 15,000,000 Io goIJ-bcarlDg
certlflcatei. Tho currency btlnco on band
li $5,000,000, belnff lomewbat imAlIer than
ujuat, owing to ibo large amount recent)
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Boiton onw, Wrttet ad follow about the
I'retldenti
"Preatdent Qrant la to be aeen on Peno.
itItadU arenao efery dafi Rf neralty wlth
cljar la hit n-oftb, and apwrenU j fo deeprr
aUorUd lnthoajhtlhUd dMt not I lo&
eHbcr to thl tight or to tb left. U lV ter
poYtilAy among thoto citlxens of tht DUtrlct
who hare made hli acqaAlntanct, althongh
he lackt the genial man n en of Pierce or of
iaincoin. uucQAracwr appeal to be lhAt
of Waahlngtoa majeiUe, flrm and dlgnl
fied rather tbenUkB Ibat of JeOWioa (at
portrayed by Hamilton,) alwar flattering
tbe people and conrung the mob. IIU
flrmneuof execntion haa beta niade manl
feat on more occailom than one, and he
tbrowi no inuU redpotnlblHtW poa bU
Becretarlei. who act under hUgeo! dlreo
tloni, hot do not attempt to dictate to htm,
aa tho member of Tajlor'e cabinet did.
lie evidently knowe and fecit that the
people bare called him to tbe head of tbe Ex
ecntlre Depwtmwt o the Ternmmtaiid
with blm at llhelMithfaftfl) Itaie
which he haf feldediiii&tiAitbftar
rebellion, will pan oyer the breaktrtofre
pndlatloo, opprci lire taxation, nnjaat turltTt
and corruption, to enter the bayen of proa
Ptflty." FiponlrfiR"JlEi.iiy op Sick ahd
YrpvrJ BOjijbEnJi. The BecreUrj of
War on Monilay tranimlUed to the Senate a
draft of a proposed bill provldlnr for dtino-
itllon of nieleia military reaerratloni. lie
alio reported to tbe Senate that by lection
17 of an act to amend an act for enrolling
and calling ont the national forces, ap
prorcd February 31, lSCC.Jt was proylded
that members of religions denomination
conscientiously opposed to the bearing of
arms should procure exemption from mill-
ury service, when drafted thereinto, by the
payment to such personal the Secretary of
War should designate the snm of 1300, to be
applied to the benefit of flick and wounded
soldiers) that there la now In the Treasury,
la tho custody cfUi dtAbmilfg 'oiljceri, ttb
the credit of said fund, a sum exceeding
1400,000, and that the president or the Na
tional Asylum for Disabled Volunteer Sol
diers, established by act of Congress, ha
requested tbat said officer be now designated
by tbe Secretary of War as tho person to re
ceive tbe amount standing to tho credit of
the fund. In view of ths large amount of
money Involved and of the uncertainty of
the Intention and desire of IcgUIatlro au
thorities respecting tho same, Iho request Is
respect fully submitted for the, action of Qon
gresi, t ik, ) a . i
Miss BiTEUAK. - The National Theatre
was filled to overflowing last night towltneis
Mlis B&teraairi second rtPftsontatloalathli
city of "Lcab," In Daly really great play
of that name, written expressly for her. In
Leah" and "Mary Warner" (which, she
performs lo-ntght) she at once earnedupon
,Uo EoglUh boards, tho reputation of the
greatest Uyjog tragic actress. New York
endorsee this opinion of the London critics
with a promptness, and unanimity heretofore
unknown amtd the rivalry to which hlstrlonlo
artists are now subjected. The two Wash
ington audiences before whom she has
phjed "Lcab," we are very snre, aftroe that
ibo it now without a peer on American
boards. Toung, beautiful and graceful in all
her motloa, her high professional culture
and thorough realuaUdnof ever point In
her part that maybe made to touch the
heart of the iym pathetic, enable her itf carry
Vae feelings and Imagination of all Wbo'wlt
nest her performances by storm.
Ml Dateman greatest triumph on both
sides of the Atlantic, however, hAve been In
U Prt or "Mary Warner," which she per
forme to-ntirhlv TbU play was also written
for her, and has proved In her hands ba un
enoBiea lacccu. On Us orle nal o rod ac
tion Bt the Ilay market Theatre, London, It
creaiea a proronna lensation, and crowd
were attracted at Its every representation In
New rork. We have no doubt thai inch
will bo the case hero.
Mr. BmnMiVaFijfAscuL Bau funko
Senate eterday Mr. Sherman, frou the
Committee on Finance, reported, a a anbstU
Into for all tbe varlons propoelUont rslUa
to thd nauooal carreney, lh foil owl og blllt
AMlvepMvtIcariatloflAtcurftatr,aail Io
taliittbadUtrtbuUoftof tlroulaUoa too
Vrt7fCaVari.4rTbali'orly-re Mlftlcma f
dollart la aotct forairtutatloa naybt latued
toaaUoaalbaekiBf aiaDtUtlot.la aadltlon
la the three huvdrtJ mlllloas ot dollara an
tbmd Iryth twtatrttfoail ttettea of tkt
MAtltoimrr1da batfonal aurroatr. atanrtd
'Atltoprtrvldea national aurroaty. ttanred
bypltgtor Volbttf JBIAtea Borrdtraid to
Crorldtfor the ciroulitton and rdemprloa
fcror,HapproTct jaa i,iso4 and tb ateoaai
of nottt toprorldod thall h fa nil ib rd tcr
loxltii tbaathtlr proptrtloa uadtr th ap
portloananteoAletnplalail by tba proTloaa
( lb "Att to amtnd an att to prorld a as
tlbaal turrtocr, ttcnftd by a plccfa of United
HUteboada,aaiitprofldt for the tlreula
tloa and radtoiptloo theraoC approvttl
MarthS, ISMf bale DtwapportloAiata( ahaU
bt) raadiat tooa as .praelltAble, baitu pop
tbeatnantof liTO. r
Sea, a Tbat at the cod of caohmooth, after
thapaa(orthlaar, It ihall bt tht duty of
the Uomptroller of tht UurrtBty to rtporl to
tht Hterttary offho Treat a ry the amouok of
tirttaUtfar iottl latued to eatloast baaklm
AaaotlatlBflt tlarlor the prtrlout montlii
ttliltlupoB tht Hetrttarr of tht Trtatury thali
redeem and rttlrt) en nmouol of tht throt par
ataloltmporary loan otttlfleaiai, tatttad nadr
the aeta of March 2. 1SS7, aad J al U, ISM, aot
Ittitbaa Iheainooatwf etrtulattBr notes to
raatfrttdf aad atay. If aateatary, la order to
procure the preiiatAtloa of such ttmporary
loan certLnoAUt for rtdtmpttoo.tlre notlet to
the holdtra. tor ptibllemtloa or othtrwlie, that
ttrtalo of aafd MrtltUates (which shall be
deals naUd ahall aloarcr ba arallablt at au
pocuoaeflh lawful tadtr rtterre in the
poattaaloa of any aatlooal baak. and afTer
auchaotleano !rmra. ahall b paid on aot
eiu nriiAiAiiiauu tiac j aiiau mi vol (uuaii
ai a patt of tbartssireof BDybaaklaf ain
aiBuaa.
-Bfl AThatupoatha dapoilt of any Valtrd
SUUa bonds brtnr latcrctt ptynblo la cold
with tbtTrtaiurvy af the Ualtoil Stattt, la
the maimer eryienned la the llth aod toil
iHloaofthaiittlonrtorrror att, II ahall
belawfol hrtht Uomji nilltr of the Uurrtaey
tpluue to tlaa aaaotUtlua aaaklar tbo tame
eirselatlnf nottt of natrat dtBoninatioai
not less than lira dollara, tquai In, anon at to
cuDOiy nor ooBiiina tiui ioiii roioo ? ibo
boada at pool ted, but not exoyadlHr lhtf pti
ataiumof thalr parvalnti whlehrnorci tbalj
boar anoji tht fate the Dromlta of tha at iocla
iieavo which ther " tsiuad to pay tbeot
upon prtttotatlooat tbeofflte of tht aiaola
lion in Koiu or aiircr com oiiao uaiiouBiaioa,
aod, ahtll be ladtanabi) upoa auto, rrttta-
tloald Biich eota.
re d. That r try national baaklnr ano
tlalldn formed uadtr the prevlaloiit f toodoa
Aoftbltael thai 1 at all timet ktp oe hand
nal laat than twnt)rrtrt per eta tutu of Iti
outitandlaf elrtoUltoflla rolt or aUytrsoln
oftheUatttdStstts, aad shall recelre at par
to tha payment of debt the cold nottt of t vary
other baakiaaataoelatioa which, at tha lima
of aueh payaatata shall aa radtmlor Us elr
eulaila notes la gold or ailrereolaof tht
UnltadBtatte.
Ste That arerr AiioelaUoa orcoolsed for
tbe Arpot of Itialajr told Dotea. at pro Tided
Ibim vretedior ttetloo. shall baaubjtctto
all the require meats and prorlalooa of lit
aattoatlcairtney att.exetpk th Brat tlaua
of ttetloo twtaty-two, wbitallmlta tb tlrco
latlaa of oatloaal baoklaf aaaoalattooB to
throe handrail aatllloat of dollarit the first
elaut of ttetloo thirty-two, wbltb, taken o
tonatetloa wltb the prtfltdlar icelloa, would
require aatloeal baaklag astotlatloaa orgaa
liedla theeltyef Saa FraaaUso to redttn
their tlrtvUtlor aobtt at par la thteltyof
New York, and tht taat tlautt of section thlr-ly-two,
whleli, raqnlrta eytrrnatloasl bank
Io aiBoelatloa to recti Tt la payment of debit
tbe nottt of eytrr otbtr oatloaal baaklof
BBaoslatlon at pari Trooidtd, That la applying
the proTlalooa and rtqulremtatt of tald act to
the baoklor a tool at loat hart to provided for.
tbe ttrma 'lawful monty" and "lawful money
of tha UaliadBtatot," ahall bt held and eon
itrutd to mean gold or allyer coin of th United
Suite.
BwClesr
The first rcccpUoa of Mrs. rrcsUwit Grant
wo held yesterday afternoon and wu largely
attended Many oi the diplomatic corps.
anq their iadio were present. Tho wires
ml tfamgbeera vTI fli'-rt r inl.au iJ
Congress, and many of our most Ulltln
gnlshed eltUens took thl cnportanUy to pay
their respects to the accomplished lady who
preside Bt the Executive Mansion. The
Indications are that these afternoon recep
tion will be extremely popular
'The children's' party given yesterday af
ternoon br Madame Garcia, tbe aecom
pushed Udyof tbe Minister of the Argen
Une, JtepublhJ, at her raldest, on Iiireet.
between Ninth and Tenth, was a delightful
aflklt, and the one hundred and fifty happy
faces present wa a joyon akht to the more
molar obaerwr. 'Anton a iho rnaati wro
Master MdMUeOrtnt and the children of
tmaar euuugaiaaeo. iwaiaenu. a boanUfal
surTlTof nfreshnunu wu served by Mr.
tgacra iu oaiiuiia, saa wtn neoruiy en
joyed by all. ..The festivities were continued
nam aa poar 171; two aner aair.
On&4rritiX moai tirltllont an.l atollali
p'livate entertain meat of this season was
mat, giveq lasb, renjng. u th resldenee or
Goneral J, IT. Lathron. corner Thirteenth
and K itreets.7rankll row. The company
numbered between, three and four hundred,
and comprised many dtetlngnlahed ladle
and gentlemen, among" whom were Vice
Presldrati Ooltax and wLfej General Sher
man, wife, and daughter! Senators Carpen
ter, Corbeit, and Pomeroy, and ladlesi Ad
rtlialttoldatroughaivlldy( General "Dyer,
Chief of Ordnance, and ladyj Judge Ad vo
catB Qeneral Molt and ladt General East
man ondUdy, jion, John D. Defrees, Jndgts
Wvllo and Iishtfr. and scores of other. Tha
toilettes of the ladles were very elaborate,
and r the keene presented In tho brilliantly
lllnmlnAted parlortwu one of magnificence.
There were three apartment set apart for
upper, coffee and punch rooms, 1 applied
with the choicest wine and edibles. The
mala supper table wu adorned la the most
rt(h4T(M manner, pyramids of cream and
water fee la tbe most unique and tasteful
designs rlslog with tempting beauty ta ex
cite the appetite, while Coquets of the
choicest exotics added additional effect, and
reflected the highest credit; upon, the genius
of the caterer, Mr. JoovIL Sbafileld.
Col. Don Manuel Frevre, Minister from
Peru, and his lady, held a reception last
evening at their residence, corner of Fif
teenth and II streets. Among those pres
ent were representatives of the uveral
forelgalegatloiia, resident In this city, many
Senators and member, and a numerous
company of distinguished citlxens
Latest Tel eft-rap tote Brevlllei.
The Weit1;glnU Legislature assembles
on Monday next
D. A. McCIoskey,an, eminent physician of
Mobile, died yesterday.
Thq steamship Euterpe, from Ualvestoa
for New- York, with a thousand bales of cot
ton and an usortod cargo, wu .turned yes
terday morning La Galveston bay. The
Tessel and cargo tt a fot) loss, with the ex.
ceptloQ of R hundred bolts of cottop, which
were saved.
NamcrouiengagtmenUbetTfeeathe Got
crnment troop and tbe lasargenti In Cuba
ard reported to have taken place near Puerto
rrlnclpe and InthQCIocoYUludUtrtct.
Tho Havana Sou. nal reports that tnany of
the Insurgents are surrendering.
Gbacb asuHWoa&.Mrs. tlpplncott do
Uteri tbe ilfth lecture of the course beforo
(be Grand Army- of the Republic oa Mon
day evoalng next, Subject ."In-doors."
She Is let bo followed on tbe succeeding
Monday night by Fred. Douglass, on "Our
Composite Nationality."
WHAT LOPEZ SON BATS ABOUT IT
IN .mRViEW WITH rRESlDKHT 01U.T
It U reported tbat Don E ml 11 aha V,
Lopex, bo of the President of Paraguay,
had an litertlew with President Qrnt 00
Monday, and tho following is given as the
reralt pt that Intervlewi
Tlrt President gaTe hU tlittor a rery or
dfar reception, giving htm an audience ahead
of sevetal others who hAd been waiting be
fore tha arrhnU.ef. Lopes. In explaining
the object of fata visit. Looea commenced by
jUtlngtbAt be) had, no offlcUl cbAracter.
Me camB slmpl r a s Paraguayoa dtUea1 to
ook 01 tee rresixtent or me great Amencu
rtmbDir,who km also tha protector of ail
the other republic, to listen to an appeal
for ordinary fair piay Which be lratended to
maka la behalf of LheMocl of Paracnar
Lopex then wont on jo bum that the? .United.
Bute aarerntueut had done not only
great Injaitlca but a poeitlva tnjoryto the
republlo of Progway br withdrawing al a
erf ileal moment from that ooontry thedlplo-'
nutleirpraaasautlreof the American rermn-
11c. 'Boma six snonthi ago,' sold BV
"junis.er ate Man on waa recaiiea irom
Paraguay, and no "new Minister has since
been sen there to represent the American
aoTernncnU. If th United SUteeu Gorenv
mot,"ea.d he, "wtmld-even'novr accredit
a Minister to the real Paraguayan Govern
ment, it would no be long before the bogus
government of IUuohos eetnp La Paraguay
by the) AUlod wouli ba broken tip." The
aMeoceofencharepresentativf, he declared,
was tbe only thing (bat gve ertm a color to
the transparent provisional government.
President tint at laternpied Lopes at this
point to remark thai the only reaeoft our
Minister hod been withdrawn wubecanu
no communlcAtlonf Mnll ba had with him.
All corrcspondenoo bid to pass through tho
tines 01 sue aj.ieeanawasiroquenuyitoppeti
in transitu
Lopes replied to this In a Terr respectful
but manly style, by observing that the rea-
toa Biirgea waa no. asumcient one. lie ro
minded the President that In 1S53 the Uni
ted Elatce aad tbe great OovsrnmsnU of
Europe made a treaty wtth Paraguay and
some other South Amerlean Oorermments.
by which the freedom of the river La Plata
was guaranieeov too UnltM mates, there
fore, nod a rlrht to pus op that rlrer. and
to communicate without obstruction with.
Paraguay, and eapacUity In transmitting
dlplomatlo communications. Tho American
Government, In aertloa of Its own dignity,
The President aBked what fnrr PmMmI
Lopes stui bad at his command, and how he
wHBi.aatcu aa tooDiaioing provisions.
Lopes answered tbat, of coarse, K could
not be stated accurately how many men hi
rather still had nndef his military control,
but taking tho accounts of the allies It wu
admitted to be from four to twelve thousand
Tbe BraxUlaos put tbe Paraguayan force at
iuur uoiuauj, woue iaa Argentines ad
mitted It to be aboot twelve thousand. As
to provisions, however, be could speak with
mora certainty. In the region of country
where his father most probably la there wu
a great abundance of provisions, In fact
enough to give tho Paraguayan army sub-
wiiuva ivr jcara.
President Grant inquired bow that army
una a a vn M -
I,nr rortlM thai tt waa ...
armed In tbe beat style, but tbat II bad
enomb to anccetifalla mitt allatucks, and
Tbe rretldent Iniinlred aa to where Presi
dent Lopes WAS. to wbleh vnnnff Im.. .n.
awcred that waa a question tbat could not be
satliractorllj explained. It waa certain,
liorerer, tbat be waa la Faraenar and not
In itallvlA '
Tbe I'reilJciU, after asking some other
questions, told Don Lopea that be would
m.c iu mailer law leriona consideration.
TniKEOF TUB TBLKanAPUKBa.
There were tbe nsnal number of state
raeutt and contradlclloua by tbe contend
lot; partlet jciUnUj, but nothing that
maicaiei a ciou or ina war wbieb It work'
Ing inch Ioiki to both parties and lucon
Tenience to tbe public Prom all appear-
anceatbe operatora teem to be more, reso
lute than erar aa tbej get mora light on tba
Ont causa of the strike In California, which
place tbe statements pnt forth by tbe com.
pany in an untarorablo light. The Rich
mond operatora bare gone out again, and
published a card In which thtj state they
were inaucea to retnro to work bj misstate.
uiQiu. wr no uum,..j. SI...I.H in 1 w
sympathy and tenders of tbe "sinews of
war" tram other societies continue at dif
ferent points.
At a special meeting of tbe Journeymen
book binders' aoclety or tha city, held latt
night, rceolntlona wera passed tsoderlag
ineir lympatuy or the telgrapbara, now oa a
ttrlke, and approprlatUc I1M to aid them.
The following art somi of tbe telegrams
metre dt wa league la tela cur yesterdayi
Btinitoma, Jaif, 11; A P m. Bja all
oas usiw wtas wsas was r wo HICK IO sue
death. .
Louismts. Jan. 1 Xranlng.--Uempbla
Is tha only polat I think baa anything like a
competent forco to do tbe company'a bttsi
nett none of tba ttrlkera hare retarned to
doty that I harebeardof Webeartbrougb
tbe Tclegrapbera' rrotecUre League, by
mall to Memphlt from Ntw Orleant.that
tbereltnothlngdolngonthe Western Union
ltoet fbroagbout the South. I believe tbe
Western Union company are maklor their
best tbow on route! parallel with tba r. and
A. lint. Our wires an aot worklar Tery
well to Uemphlei.tr yon do tot get new!
from there dont ba discouraged.
Boston, Jan. II Wear, all flrm at erer,
Kotaman gone back. There It but one
thing Io do and tbat la "stick."
New Voia, J.n, 11 a letter from Ban
Frtnclico taye tha operatora offered to set
tle the! matter by reinstatement or tbe men
al old salaries, which wat refused. Mnnv
ford aad Otmble both lay they will resign
If the operatora aucceed. AU tba offlcee la
California are closed. Tbe company will
allow no atatemeala to come East from oper
ators eren If paid for. Wo are still Drat on
tbe original question. The good news from
tbe South ooaflrmed.
CnicAoo, Jan. 11. The National Conten
tion of Bricklayers conrened here at 8 p. m.
yeiterlay. Most done waa tb. preliminary
organization and examining or credenilali.
Tbey are eatlrely In sympathy with us. and
win uke decided action In our faror.
BAiTnioij,uVanuary 10 It la reported
here tbat tb. manager of the Western
Union telegraph office at Washington baa
put forth a ttaiemenl to tba elect tbat the
Ualtlmora striken hare all returned to duty.
We pronounce this report to be ao numltl.
gated falsehood. Tbe manager ot the
Wiitern union offleo hen eent us a commu
nication to-day, asking our return. Tbe
communication waa returned unanswered.
Lotisvnxa, January 11 All Bra and
dctermuied.'an4 wa an O. Kv New mem
ber! joining ua rapidly.
Niw Yoaa, January 11 Tbe following
order waa Issued to-day regarding; Southern
business of lha Western Union tompanyi
"Ittfutj (ualneia to all points south of
Richmond.
8. C. UrxcniiAi, Superintendent."
Do not bellere any nporu abuut "going
back' la Albany.
Im aoo, January 11 Wa nerer tlnch.
Many stockboldcn putting la protest against
furtbir war. Damages to mmnanv an.
growluj cnormont. Lady raemben or
Chtoeo lead greetings to their sisters In
nvw iiu.mui lorouguoui tne country.
A It AXIAL KLaowfOW will h. h.l.l m tt.
lilb cf Tebruary In the Madison (Wis.)
district, to BU tha Tacancy occasioned by tha
death of Congressman Ilopklni.
Tna Atlanta fJt0NjlU(lOM reramm.nils
Judge Oeorga (loldlhwalle, of Alabama,
(wboie dliabllltlei hare been removed,) for
theTtcaaeyln tho Supreme Court of tbe
United Stiles.
sa.
Tutus are now but three dally Democratic
papers In Ohio the Cincinnati i'aaalrrr, tbe
(Wo V'lnmiin.andlheCletelandJ'liilmlcalrr,
STATE LEGISLATURES.
GXOHOIA.
B.oVga.laall.n-C.lored n.mktra
asnara Ia-Aliqalal la Ik. a.a.l.
Ai B.ir la th. n.ae.-Th. cblr
alrle a.aa ttoa.rt I- riet.la ad
Ualtaa-Ttt. taader r Ih. B.w
riaallr KleeleJ Sp.ak.rA Had
XClaalac.
JkTUwTA. OA.. Jad. 11 The aeorgla
SetfaU eonrened al noon yesterday. Tbe
galte.-r wu crowded wtth tpectaton of both
ssiss. The disks of tbe lata Beaaipre Ad
kin and Ajra war draped In mourning.
The ball waa decorated with American
rrorlalonal fiof trior ifauock'a oraex con-
,
tentaglb. Legfalatar., and Ueneral Meada
order of Jnne 17, announcing tbe names of
tba Seaatort-elecf, Wert read. When tho
members came forward to qualify, among
hom were Alpeorta Bradley and Carnb-
bell. neooet. uamppeu maae a. proess
agaiaat the qualifying of aereral white mem
ban aa baring held oi&oe, engaged in tbe)
rebellion, and not yet nltered of their dlsa.
LnUlllet If Congress t but, amid applause
front to. gauenaa, auwaraewomio. auobs
twi white memacniworn In an notoou-
alderil aa bdnz able to -uallfy. Ucnlsfaln
Cooler wai alwted Speaker.
ilo. tba llousa tba Gorerwor's proelamatlon
arldOlnsrsJ Miadt'i order were read i also.
ttia bplubiu of taa Attorney Qeneral aa to
tha qoAlUealloni a! memben.
Dtuing lb. iwearlifrUor memben Mr,
Bijant, ex member And ."Oatmatter of An-
guita, tntsrtuptea tba procerS'i aaa ""
clare4 tba reading of the Attorn 'I Otnerl'a
oplalon an outrage, and the acta o.' Cohgrcti
Illegal dnd rerolntlonary,
Being called to order by lha Speaker, u
refuted obedience, and Iho Bpaaker orden1
sua sim oy me sergeant-at-amu. Thla
ofllcer waa reiltlel by Bryant, whoee friend i
tloted around biro, and, aeTaral ptitota wore
drawn. osaoasDaa oeiog imminent.
Bryant held the Door, proteitlng agaloit
the right ot the ipeaker pro tm to lha chair,
and finally waa hlinsalf ,tMted cnalrmaa,
wkw. m aommltte. of three waa appointed to
wait on Oau. Terry to obtain his Tlewi aa
to tbe legality of tba proceedings, (lea.
Terry adrlsed the orranlxatlon of thn lions.
on tbe plan begun, when th. troceedlnge
went on la quiet. About nine raemben In
tba lions are ConK-ratlne dlaquallflel.
Bolb: lTotiie adjourned and met to-day,
when afew members were sworn ln,andthen
adjourned again until to-morrow.
Th. ReyubUcaut hold a meeting to-nlghl.
II Ie supposed tbat tha Democrala and
vouterrallTa Kepubucana will baro e ana
jp'ltj In. both notuca.
Tha city la crowded and then It much e
cltcment.
Tbe Attorney General1! opinion Is, that
any ctuaen bating etcr held office cltll,
mUltaiy or natal pretlonalo tbe rebellion
cannot uka tbe oatbt tint If he held no
office, either Stat, cr national, prettoua to
me rebellion, he can legally lake the oath,
no matter what may bate been bis conduct
during the rebellion.
He luclndea aa ofllcen all penone wb.
may bate held office either commissioned,
noa-commlailoned or by appointment by
public authority to carry out tbe crotuiona
of any law or Iba United States, the gen
eral law of the Bute or local lawa, and who
afterwards engaged In tbe rebellion, and
gate aid and comfort to any foreign gotera.
men! against the United Slates.
hew jebuky.
U.T.r.r B.ad.lBh'a M. start.
Tuxtoh, N. J., Jan. 11 Ooternor Ran.
dolpb'a message to the New Jersey Legisla
ture wat delivered to-day. It. shows an ex
cut of receipt! oter all expenditures, and
asseta enenghonhand to pay all tbe debts
or the state.
II abowi thai a few corporations are pay
ing the principal revenue of the Bute.
Me congratulate the peo, upon the abo
lition of transit dntlea. The Governor forci-
uii utgua in. swtvpiivH or u. rMr.l lews,
and complalna of tbe enormoua number of
prlvaU lawa now passed. The condition of
the Elate tnstltutlool Is favorably reported
upon. The Bute prison will support Itself
this year. The aAomnt contributed for pub
lic achoola la over on. and a half million!.
New Jersey la th. only Bute that keeps up
a borne for tna tare of disabled eoldltfe.
Tba ustAsgt lakes strong grand against
laws pennllUna; towns- Io bond for bulldln-
rsilwas, cnaldtifng' Inch schemes dan
gerauTaud! ttnjuit.
ina rtctni election u new Jeraey It tuted
t a declaration by tba people against tba
rauatauon or tbe nrteenth amendment.
Among other reaiona given for lit rejection
U thai tbe nnlfersallly oriuflraga la but an
extension of an exlatlng evil, the true remedy
of which list Id confining Ii to those who
now bate It, or may obtain It index the ex
iillng law wltliln fixed period, and there-
aner restricting suffrage to those who shall
possess soma simple, reasonable, but Intelli
gent qualification fbrltaexerclse. The Dot
eraot claims that the adoption of inch a
tcit would Inlure safety to Ib. Government,
liberty to the people, and would from Its
very nature become the opposing force to
tha doctrine of universal auffrage.
Tla-TTtw, jf. J., J,,, II Tha LeirUla.
tun has organised. In the Senate Sir.
Robblna, of Middlesex, wat elected rreil-
dent, Colonel Rattcry, ot Huntingdon, teere-
ury, in tne Ilone Mr. Abbott, of Iludioa,
wae elected Speaker, and Mr. Johnston. r
Mercer, clerk.
ALADAHA.
MOSTOOHUT, AU.. Jaa. i I The Lee!..
later, anembled yesterday, and to-day In
tbe Senate lha bill reorganising the Mobile
city government waa made tho apectal order
(orTiieedayueit. IntholTouse many bills
were offend aad referred.
MAINE.
Almoin, Me, Jan. 11 In the House to.
day Col, A. B. Farwell, of Augusta, Intro
duced a resolution In commemoration of tho
chancier and eenlcet of tbe late Edwin M.
Button.
kusiaalrri,
jACllow, Mies., Jan. It The State Lea
Islatnre m,et at 13 o'clock todsy.snd effected
a temponry organization, the oath being
administered by a Judge of the Supreme
Conrt. Tbe test-oath waa not required.
LOCIIIASA.
Nxw OaxiAXl, Jan. 11 In the Lenlila-
tnre to-day a oommunlcallen waa recclred
from Auditor WlckllSe demanding an In
testlgatlon of the charges made by the Gov
ernor. In Guam then are fortv-ona dallv and
weekly newspapen, and lit week j utcrarv
and lelentllo Jonraala publlibed at Atbeni,
and nine newipapen an alto limed In Pa
lm. Thtnewtpapen and literary Jouruali
published In tbe whole kingdom amount to
nlnetyi of those fifty-fire are printed In con
tinental Greece, twenty-two In the Pelopon
nesus, Including one lu the chy of Sparta,
seven In tbe Ionian Island!- and six In th.
commercial town of Byra tor lb Islands of
tus Arcnipeisgt.
THE NEWS BY CABLES
OBEAT TtBITAIsT.
Aalaltraall.a.l ttwrttaaaa'a Eahl-
bltl.a-a.laar. at taact Bal.Bf lac
IsIIhiii r..b.ay.
Ixsov, Jannary IL A plan for an In.
ternatldnal workmen! exhibition, to be
held In Loudon neit summer, wat matured
latt nfgbt at a meeting. Oladitona pre-
sided. Amons: tbe vlco oreeldenta were
tbe Dukes pfArgyle and peronsblrei Lorda
Clarendon, Cowper,rtImberley and Gran
ville) Meesrs. John BilgbE, Job Walter,
Charles VUlleri, Thomas Itughcs, Trofeisor
riayfalr, Jndge Maunlug and lom Taylor.
Agricultural lull baa been engaged (Or
the exhibition.
Tbe Crown baa ssbtod some land near
Btockwell which belonged to Geo. rabody.
The eelxure la made or! the ground that Mr.
reabody waa an alien, and bad never Been
naturalized aa ,tubJecto( Great Britain,
and therefore be waa unable to bold land m
the kingdom, the" Court of Trobatelakee
simitar grouad la the case.
Telegraph. cablA atock, la heavy. The
holders of Anglo-Amorican, alock object
to the amalgamation wits b French com
pany.
BiumaiAK, Januuy 11. Members of
Parliament from. Birmingham addressed
their couitltuenU in the Town Hall to-night.
Mr. Bright, on tbia occaalon, made hla firtt
appearance on the platform since hla entrance
Into tbe Cabinet, aad he met, with an enthu
siastic response from nla townsmen. Mayor
Trice presided, and Alderman 8lorage moved
a vote t Inanlta to the ministry for their
gsnerkl policy, and especially for their
course with regard to tbe Irish Church.
In supporting the resolutions. Alderman
Storage laid tho Government would con
tinue tho work of reform, and aoend the
Man tand lawt, give them the ballot, re
do.- exptndlturet and diffusa education.
Mr. ""gtti Pa ruing to address tne meei
uff( va e tettepieully cheered, ne thanked
i... u ih'.." oaAn avowal pt c oufidence In
the Governm.11, " n-''0 l-al at the
end of lha nextf,""'' fr Parliament a
tlmUar voU would N cart.e uu recencu.
BoVAPAiiTr. t. prtfe.aa.
TH. M-i. ax-ra.r ta th. a?WAnu!
Crsa t-araalattr-.tlnal 'aalle.
Dew.aa.e4 far Prl.e. .w.el ?..pl
nkf.n'i XUIOr D.anatlatl.a
Olllv.VaThraalTXi. Arraign ratal
rnwkiforl Dtraatvaad r.rKirls.
taar DIa.ral.rj
Faata, Jan. 11 At tha llukc or tbe I
Corpe Leglilatlf to-day Guyol lfontpayrour I
proposed that Ibo memben of the Imperial
family be rendered amenable to law. He
tald h. had no Intention of creating trouble.
Ale wished simply to do awny wtth unlawful
exceptions.
Cachefort referred In bitter terms to the
murder of Victor Nolr. Ho said Nolr was'
one of -tbe people, and the people should
Judge his murderer, who, though cousin to
the Emperer, must not be allpwed to es
cape
Olllvler, In reply, promised them Justice.
In the course of his speech be used the
words, "We an Justice, law. moderation!
tfyou forco ua we wilt be power."
a communication from the rrocureur Im
perial waa laid before tbe Chamber denounc
ing the arraignment of Rocberort for out.
rage agalnit the Empertr and exciting dis
order and violence. The demand waa ro
ferred to a committee.
It wat reported that Ollttler, with tbe
approval of tbe Emperor, baa Itiued ordera
permitting tba free retnrn to Franca of
Ledrujtolllna and other persons In the same
position.
UBCECB.
C'baa-e. la tn.Cablaet.
Loxnox, Jan. 11. Change hare been
made In tho Cabinet al Athens, which Is
now composed aa follows i President Coun
cil, T. Zalmlti Minister Foreign Affairs,
VaJonltUi Minister Interlcr.Eonlioei Min
ister Finance, Delyannlti Minister Marine,
AOnipaJs.
AUSTRIA. V
A eUolst.rl.l Crista lun.mdl.r
Lqaocuf, January XI AulfstUlo rtoortt
have been received from VTecee,inet violent
dlsseaelona hart broken out Ihtb Austrian
CdWnet. , mlajKsM crltlt lj Jopcadlng,
L1TB rQBElQnT JIITKtilQEHCB.
(ByFriaihCabUaadrtaasea'sBewtlgrney)
i i i . t i i .
rial!, Jan.ll-Oifil A.w The Ifjrsai.
xu appean in mourning to-day. It asserts
tbat Prince Flerra Bonaparte sbol Victor
Nolr without rirtyrketlon. It aayii The
Prince, asked If the seconds took Ibe respon.
tlbUlty of Rochtforl'a act. Nolr replied, 'We
srarciponslble for our friends.' ThePrlnce
then struck Nolf with Ms left hand and dls-
cuargeo. nis revolver. Molr rell. The Trlnce
daihed at Mr. TonrvlUe, who drew a plttol
sooetcnarumseir. Tbe rrlnce then retired
behind a door, and agatn'Hred at Tourrllle,
the shot going through, bis paletot. All
France U cxcUed.,f
Dxaxia, January 11-The proposal of
tho North German Confederation aorern
menufor a disarmament bat been vetoed
byPruula.
VianXA, January 11. A spill has uken
place In the Austrian Ministry. A large
majority or tbe Mlulsttn hart sent their
realguallona to tba Emperor.
Loanox, Jan. 11 John Bright delivered
an eloquent epeech to-day at Birmingham,
on Irish grievance!, claiming Parliamentary
aid to redrett them It waa received wltb
great enthusiasm, and attract, much com
ment In political clrclci.
Anofnxn Wnlsar Batxa'a Vtrriu.
Wa learn tbat on Monday last a man named
Tandy Lawborno, living near Qlaagow sta
tion, Ih Ambent county, went to tbat place,
and proceeded to get drunk at a groggery,
At nightfall he itarted for hla home, and on
the way, In croeitng a imall branch, fell
Into It, and being In a itata or beauty Intox
ication, waa Unablo to arise. Ills family,
becoming alarmed at hla prolonged ab
sence, went In search of him and found blra
In tba altuallon described. Life, however,
was nearly extinct, and be died In a fow
hours after he waa removed to his home.
He leavtl a wlfa and five children In an en
tirely dettltute condition, lo mourn tbe lose
of their only protector a victim of one of
those whliky tbops which now ttud every
cross-road and public place In th. country,
alluring to tholr ruin men who might other
wise be ornamcBle lo aoclety, and robbing
their dependant famlllee of even the ordinary
necessaries of life.-ItynW.c-1.r0 .Vint, TrA,
It Ie stated tbat one banr after th. ... nf
i-uuuuu i. tiKu.xi, ine air ta ueoxiaited as
much aa If bOO.000 neonle had hn .Mm!
to Ita population. It Is also slated tbat, by
tho burning of gaa twenty-four boon In
London, more water Ie produced than would
supply a ship laden with emigrants on a
iuj.go irom cugtana io Australia.
OlflOf the two nrlnclnal flrms In tlin r.p
den eeed Business at Wethersfield.Ct., raised,
last season, 3.500 pounds or onion seed, T,
000 beet, 1,000 cucumber, 1,500 pumrkln.
squash and tnetou, and 1,000 bushels ears or
iweetcorn. The loutbern marku Is large,
particularly wltb Georgia
THE riBE riEHD.
Partial ntelraMlsra f Ih.Babktr
w.rka at Hrlat.l,R. I. Es 100,
00, raovioawca, Jan. 11 Tha work of the
National Rubber Company, al Bristol, were
partially destroyed by fire ibis forenoon.
About one half of the extensive buildings
were doatroyod. Tbey were 410 feel long
and CO feet wide, and were occupied by tbe
heating, packing, varnish and shoe rooms,
Tbe machinery tide of the worki are untn
Jural.
Tbo fire waa caused by an explosion of tbe
beater. Loss estimated from IM0.000 to
(300,000. Tbe property waa Insured for
331,600 In sixty different Insurance offices
In Baltimore, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Chi
cago, Saa Franclteov New Fork, Hartford,
Boston, Providence, London and elsewhere.
Tb. company will Immediately erect new
buildings.
Taaacat. l.alllatl.itnl t-'.avea
ll.w.
Misnriixa, Taxi., Jan. 11 The Consti
tutional Convention met at 10 o'clock this
morning, when aavaral additional mexabere
were tworn In. A proposition to refer dif
ferent parts of the State constitution lo com
mittee and all matten relating thireto
without debate, wu adopted.
A large number of retolnltont and amend
menu were eabmltted.
One amendment declaree that alavery and
Involuntary servitude eball not exist In
Tennessee except aa a punishment for
crime, and forbids the Leglalalnre from pass
ing any law recognising property In men,
and another amendment confera tbe prlrl
lere of voting upon all male cltlzem, with
out regard to color, who shall have paid a
roll tax. Another prohibit! tbe credit of
Ibe State rrombelnp; loaned to any asiocla
lion, municipality or corporation, andllmlta
thepowere of the Legislature In the con
traction ofdebts.
Chareh Ir.al.lea la Bl.alr.at Aa-
IberAtaaall.al'alu.rt-aaawr.
Uo.-ratit-Jan. 11 Laat night father
Cblalquy again preached in Use French
Protestant church, which was crowd! a to
excess. A large number of roughs congre
gated outside and kept up a continual jell
Ing. When near lb. close of tha services
several atouea were thrown though the win
dow of tha church. Tbe police charged
n lh mob and ecattered them, and after
um.i r.ih.. Chlnbinv tbronffh
war. . . ,., .... ,...,,..,. r-.
Uwtrewd . VtaM WM hujl UlUo
fhrther vlolcnc. ,. , ... !. .nfl
the church. The acsWnw
orderly.
Frads the Amerlcaa leepl.
NawTouc, January n.wrhlrtv wbol.
salo U-iiior esUblbhmcnts and dbjtlUer.es
weroseUod to-day by Collector Bolloy, of
the Thirty-second district, for ajletred Jo
fraudlag the Oorcrument of tho Ut on
whisky, by making false returns.
Among tho establishments seized were
these -of Gordon, Fellows A IteMMan. John
U. Nacepknd fiamncl K. and IT. Caldwell.
Tbe alleged leader In the leriei of draw
back frauds Is now cm his way here from
Canada.
Another Prenlamoa. Harder.
WiriBjiro,W.Yi.,Jan.n.--MlssBathafi.,
charged with tho murder of W J. McNuh,
on the 30th of December leit, wu brought
before Jndge Melora yesterday, and on giv
ing ball la 110,000 was released from cus
tody.
A xotbx UiL sorr Is nendlnir In the Cass
Circuit Court In Indian, Judge Dykeman
nas suea unngnnrs. ana isaguo, eaiiore oi
tbe Logansport Journal, for an alleged libel
published In one of their Issues, charging
tbe plaintiff with having, In a certain suit
penaing in mo oupreme Joim, onoea cer
tain of the honorable Judges, by the pay
meat of money, to make their decision con
formable to Ms Interests. Tho defendants
set up for answer that said charges were
true, and aver their readiness to substan
tlato them by tbe proper proof
Wn Liimw from an exebance that a
famous prophet has made the following pre
dictions for 1670t " fho year 1870 wQl be n
very eventful one to every maiden who gets
married. Throughout the whole course of
tho year, whenever the moon wanes tbe
night will grow dark. Whoever Is In lore
this year wd think his mistress an angel,
and. whoever get married will tlnd ont
whether tt be true. Ho that loses his hair
this year will be bald, and he that loses his
wife will become a widower."
Tub magnificent new organ for fit.
George's Protestant Episcopal church, New
York, hu been completed. It 1 Inferior In
t'tc c'y to the one la the Jewish Temple on
Fifth avenue. ".. costle 118,000.
Iff CntCioo, last year. le numtr of
deaths was tS4M deaths by -violence, Ml,
number of blrtbrrtfUtared. T,C38j buildings
erected daring the ytmr. H,SiO.
Wines and Ilqnor.
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