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WASHINGTON CITY. D. 0., MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1870. JNO.50. Auction. Stlei. "tdatT" BTC.W.DOTCLKn Aat (Sieaooaof l J. 0. MaOalra Corser ofraaaiilreala BTeaae aa tlr, Tank atresia! At! or topiBirtk cabisit Tws aWaowe-ftd Ota Plaaoforiaa. iaraoii waiaai nitsf eas,iw Chair, spholaterod la BIm Silk. Walaat WarJroWl.Ua.Ua Tsblee Walaot Raa.tanJa. Viloiruin ,Qaa Kavnlf ( Chalra. ataitreiaoav iOkkaa4 Walaal Bat recka WalaalBaraaaa. (aiarhta-tap.t . Walail JiuWa Bad Waafcataatla laUpoaltlT. WUhntrtaMt wei Poa1tlT0. BYTIIOnAADOWjU If U.Ariel,-, 17 Bridge street, Otorgetowa. lXI0lTTOR,aAI.I. -Br ardar of laa Orpbaaa Coart of the vmiifxii uiiiain.1 Willi ntfaaniann-ef tioaa.oa 1 JMlh laiUat,at 1U I'lUik. 11 Lha fttMM f II a Muauax.uo R)th lodaonatawo, Ibo STOCK la Oaoriatowo, Ibo STOCK Of OROCRRiRS loft vr klM eoaalitlaa; of ibo aaaal ortiaaat of RITDRE. .l'il.lrM'll UMitlMOl UUUIlUUbU (; 'arm of aa1i Ooa katf aatk, sad Iko talsaee U aijaa 'Wsimr Kn-tt AaatfAaao". Br c OOOPEH At LATIHF.R, Anafn, iueMori to Janea O. MaUolra h. Co.,) aat aoraor of PoaaiyltaaU avoaao ul oatkwtil BiaToaiaairaai. IUOtIoS J'UKTU' " "ALB AT rOBUO UadaraadrTtriaaof two daada of trail, from .".i"v.5,r"L v rj v.r ?:. rvRii j. "" "l iiti lihi IkalparMlofcraaad ailatlatatka oitr ol Wa "- 'uuiih miaa imi mi uvi o. v. laHqaaroVo 4X1, acoordlag likofraad plal of aaldallr. addaaarlkod aa Mlowi; Blaalaf at Jf' irt wait, aiaiaa iwaairDt ifeiiininiu irani uo aoriDaaai ooraar r a. alJ via Hi Ba ibbIi Hfaa taaaa Milk wlik IK lif ij -trMtafaoillaakaat Iboaoo wait N foal I lacbaa lotbaroarllBooraaldlotitkaoeo aorih m faat 8 K. I "" i"wii lasoaa m ma poiai 01 jlaalaf. TanaaWaalat Oaotklrdof Ibo Darakaoo noaar "" 1" II aioatk fiaaa darof aaia, wliklaUraat. Tko parahaaar la tiro kU prM. Itaorr atoUa, aoarod kr daaA of trail oa tko prop on, for lha dr.rraJ parmaaUi A100 dowa al tlao of aklo. All ooaaraaalac aad lamp at arckaaor'aotpoaio Thoamoant Aaa nadir tko ratofaalddo-daoflrait to it. 00. wk lalorait tkaraoa from Umjl. m, aai apdir Ika waaad tka aan of am, wllk lalaraat from Jnr L ' B-iioIr5ki?,,',MUt9lTw6wo 8T0RT xraim cabC'I. i , , ..COOMB k LATHaBH? Jail MAda ,. J tar)l aalloaaara. fUTUREDATH, w (Suoeoaiora to Jamaa o. M-rtuf r at (in BoHtowf at f ornar of rcaaajlraaia avaoua aad Llerfoth atreat. Oa MOJIOAV HVialXO. JalO.rrdl, 1170, ! 7vs..l?fc,ml ,i4otl . ball all Ika Llkrarr aad Palallaca of tho lata Oa- poo. Jr fffMBeaak. OUOPlIt A LATIHIR. Jall.dAda Aattloaaara B T COOP KB A LA.TIHr.lt, Aofl't. Iauaavaaui-a in j aa. u, AiouuirO) a UO.1 waataoraoi of Paaajlaal attaao aid BloTaatkalroat. COAXOIKT BALI OP RIAL RSTATR. 4 Ur virtua of a decrtt of tho tiupi EICoailAf ikaDUtrlal of Colambla. mmiJ la prom JEJB.ikaaary caaao Mo. MM, Dofhat $. Wb, Ji. l Vaotkaaial. hIbbi R. bo Taaihaal at,. wahIIl)lrob la aaatloa, oa W1UJIKS PAT,lkollidaT of Pokraarr, , U. 1170. al f Jloik; a aa , oi tko jproailaaa. Iko waal part of i" ; ?;" ?.' bwobibb; iow aaia part as Mn,lli .lta.1 fe Ik. ...fiM..i ...... -ar -. wail oaraar of aalA ( air' ..... . ..- t"..7","v: flaatar aadUnpriTapaata,ooaaUtlaco( alara. fiar BttTr.RT UVriLLlMQ with baaamaat. aaa. ilalaf 10 ronna, oa R atroal aortk, aoalh iMa, batwoaa rTlalk aad Taath atroota. Tarau of lalai Oaa thirl of tko parkaaa raaaor tokopaM ooakfabaadttko raaldaa tkaraof lari apaatlvalr S aad 11 maatka from dar of aalo with bo aoaarati ur of iraai oa ibo A daHl itraa wkoa all Iko parakaM Id kUiopi aad ooeTajaarlff at tka para bat'. A dapoitt or $i will bo ibo parakaaor al tko fall of tko kam- aaar. If tko trmt of aalo ar aal oompllod wiih Wliaia to raa ara iroai m aar aaia, pi arirwlllboraaoU at tko.oat of Iko dafaal iar of aal of parakaaor. J. J HKIIiUT, r. HnnABIT. Traitaa COOPBR a LAf I hi IB. Aaet'l ,. lr i . TT COOrXB A ULTISIKB. Amefra. J (Suoaoaaora to Jaa.u. ououair uoa) "fi ft Br Tlrlaa f .two daMa Of Ir-tt, ditaJ rt Pabraarr, A. HOV, aa.1 Iko.lVtbl darof RopUmt naallaalv OB IB llin OBT Ol aTb a4 la Libara T aad M. aauUi loar, fW. IHOtf. aad no aavoa aad ala toa, foil oat aad br dlrretloa of tha Ti 7 aad iSI al a , iraroftka Pint Co iparatlro Balldtas Anoetatloi at of ik pnnliM, at pokllo aaetloa, oa RDRltOAT, tha Vita darof Pakraarr aaat. al on. wa wiu aan in m null P. m an luipim or pirvaim aadpramtaoo, 1t1b aad balac la lha aal all thaiptaao or prolf aroaad WaahlBiloa aad kaawa aad mtIa! r.1 akM.i laawl. Ill I nan: naiaa in mi nam ptij ui aawa aad Aaiarlbod aa balac iorodaaohaBjrai aid l.hlr-or. (tM.)Ula alas fr tko wai at thaaorikoaalooraorof aallloi, aad raaaiac thoooo eoata aloas watt SlalaaaU maerao iwri J,inqai Jroi aadVolabtWoar, t&i.) atraoi aat aavaaa u iti t waal nan haairad aad atoaa IWI foot BBI laaaoai laaaea aona hhiuh tk.ii anA ikaaaa aaal faot aad ale laakaa. to tkoplaaaof bojrtaalaf. lha aaaa kalaa ImpraTaA br a SoA Sa4 Bakataatul two atory VraDjoJIosio. .. . TannaofBaiai Oao thirl ttik. of wkUhltOOnait bopald at tballmaof aalo. aod UolaUBCOlaals aad twolaa uoatha, with 1 alara it, to bo ard by adaodof Irqal oa tko praiataoa eoldtaaA.lf tko lonaa aro hoi oompllod wltk la Aradyaaflr tko aaia, Iko Iraatoaa rtaort tha rlikl to r-twl al tko riak aad tail of tko Aral porta at r. All ooa ,.,.... .. ,... xrpax&tor' "' wiLLiik( I. r.avricr. coon iiTiiui!"" Jl. 44lji ' AMlfQ.Mt. , BT lOrn LATIHBB.'Aa.rra, 1 (s.ciaora to Ja V. HeUulr. I, Uo.) lolttvirt Oor.aff f 1...itI...I. ..a.t. ..1 11.T..U uinl, ui utn U.1UI.C. lama,. alAr Brian: II B aaa. Taraaaof aalai Oaa tklrJ eak Iko bAlaseola I It aad Iwalf a noatka, wltk lalarl,to boaaaaral y aaodotlraitoa Ika pramUoa aold, aid If Ibo toruiarf aoiagmpiioa wua ia ava aayaaitor ILL cooriR LiTiy.o, UT.fll.w4v l.ttl.aaara BY TIIOIIAl1MMHIi."Anclli.. It UK1DUI .TBIEI, VIOHOITOWH, VAWABllHfJUJOHKiaSIIOW Br TlrUaofadoadof trail boartaadalo oa lb la LlbarTaaaii, ni IBIH 01 vavaniaait , -, .. ana rTaairt.HO 4, at folio in, dad at tho raqiaat at 01 Ir parir pmiiw i.rn.r, win .. ik.V.ot,!.... ni WlDNklTaAV TtRHObH TtllEi(ftM. Vobrnarr U. 1H0, at 4 o'olaak. B'olaak, all that LOT OP URorjND allaalid oo qortlwa Hallbta, aad bona aaa M iuiiowbi wiibbibi .t Knnadail aa rullOWBI 111 lolBioataooaitlkaa oCoairt ftroat oBokaa- ::1 .., .iiwiul ....ilk ( lha a., k.aal 2irlaadHBtrO!ti ooratr of Hoai aid Caiiraaa altaati laraaa im Ilia of Oo 1BIB00 boiii aadrad aad aaraa foot ill laebaa. i lib wua aaia iibooi uubi ,uA umi faatalxlaebaa. i Ibo aoribwMt iraai of Wa, u IkoBaaaaitarlr wllfi tko aartk lis rkar'a lal. aad lhaaaa will tko aoalh lla of Cartoi's loltotka Mla Tka atuatloa of aapltatUtalaaa ladlolkla p ortr,Mttlaoaa of luuilallitkla baljdlBj lata prop- n,v .,va.t,'.iv vrv""' ai la Itiadlractlr opiwol I M.LIathUniValaWr mat Oao half, eaahi I if lata aow Plaao. ail Aaalaapa la alv aaJ naa no in kii.1 .aarfr allao las pare baiar Ibo coil of tka parobaiar Ail iiiiiiihiiii! aoarafaaalif, lailaJla rivoaao atampa at JOBK B. DOH.TILLT. THOMAS DOWlTIAj!' tsur. Aktuuttr. jsilt PMIMPTOBT rilKniTUKR AT A'VTiy. . PI AlllVoloeli.fBbelloall.eB too Sro Soar ( Hf Ajnailaa lioaao. alarfo arlaljoi aae f lilnrCabliat Mraliara, eabraelas la part. OP tMrda fortko aoaalr of Waaklaflna. la K3 Iko Dlttr)l of Colomkla, 1 will pffar for111 aalo. at pakllo aaailaa, a HUN DAT. tko MAlkdarof Jaaaarr, 1170. al o'tlocb, b u.. la rraalaf lha braaalaaa. 1a lha alvka.l kUJ. all waaUraboaadairef aali lot o'sktoaa. a dlaUaao f 1BT '" MS Jaakoi IhoBao aaalarlr pralll ilkoaldMart&Ratraat.aAiiUaea oMlTaataad 1 laeh i tkaaao aotikwardlr parall) wltk iko won ?'ft lS,,l4f '.?' "'4 Ul ' Utaao of S7 faat afJVy .UtW. WMlwJlr,7 fwallal with Marth Ratraat, adltUaaoef ldfaataad S laakaai tkaaao aorlkwarl par.llal wllk tko waa-ara aid Hartk R alraalr tkaaao woilwardlr oa tko TSm,V,,T!!,o.V0WhBJ?.,.,R,W0 JlT7oWMlaoftft'!1,l,,"1 Br -lrtao of a daod or trait boa riat data oa tka olibuoalk day.of Jaaaary, A. D, IBOJ. aa4 t oordod amoastbo laad roaardi i of WfiklBf-tTtt aa aoaaty.lalho filatrlot ol fllaaiku. Fairl LlbrTaadk,aainborDfUvUJ,at',,aadXjL br dlraotloa of tko Party aiaarad tharaby, wo will till, at pablla aaelloa, la f roat of tho proialaaa, oa TOIkDAY. Uo ttth dar of Pabrnary aaxl, at o'aloak,PU,all thai plaoo orparca of grooad aad iraajlaoo If las aad bala la lha aald any of VTah aitoB.aaa kBowaaaddarlb4 aabalap apartof .oU aamkorod twaaly-alx (M aad IwobIttbb, n.lla iboraoordad aabdlvlaloaof Soar aam rd tkrokaadrd aad lariyala. I3r0() aad alas oaoUlaad wUVIa tka matoa aadbonadi fol onUft baaiBBiasior lboaama atapoiatoa tho laa o? I'Mraklk alroat wmI,"oii kaadrad aal alsty.lT ldo faa aorik from lb aoatbtaa'ara ooraar of aldBoaapoa aai tkaaaa raaalaf aortk aloaf thoaaloatraat Iwaaly (Mfoti thaaea wat talk wMUraor roar tlaoaf aald lot aambaraa twaaly-alx, fKJii t banco tonth Iwaalr(K) fl.aad tbaaaooaal to tha plaoo of boat a a (a c tho tamo lull a a IrantAvaA h a maitd aal nliatanllal Iwaw '.t' i ia. ir.HM, raM,T ma rilluiQ , u . u. a.d aoil or lh. firil .,... ailat o.a i:!iMt!Hn:!iH.,.'!vvsi.n?r. l..3nt ..Ui,, , kj JJ.1fll..W vrii.i.i.u A. aaw r. Tar WIVomoaIia aiuiinmi, nin aaen proparir. a aapo 11 01 iuu wiu no raqairaa hooaaaiBpropr y 15 lingua aawa or 11 wii aoimmiaiaiaiy 'aaoia ,a iitmi 01 aaia ar aotonmpllad wllk wllkla Sraday. lha prunony will bo raid al Ibo f Ilk sad foal of tka lUfanli ,Auctloa Sftlll. .TJTClUll, W. noTKI.Krt, Anet'r., X (Seoeesaor to J. O. MeOulrt A. Uo.,) Ooraarof PaaairlttalaaTaaaaaad Teath afreet. tWITBI'lJUBOf aardi bo ei too laid rocorda for for WaahlartAacooatr. D. f t wnanaii prta M ouowlar doaerlbad ti 9 Mil at pallia aqatloB the real of arooad JylBiaad 'tat 10 iba allr or Waabtei ta. v. u.. io win nbr oaa, or aqaara apart or OMfiaii lot lan bar two haairaS a ad ala mm at a ataka at tho aoatl f. miibbibc ror ial ooraar of aatd lot aaa, "aaaloxihoaee aorta alaly foelaa a llai with Twalftb alroot wati, tbaaao wait 8 fly all SS-1M foot, tbaaao onlhlwaatr Ml, tbeaeooaal twaaty-twe foot ll-MO, th-iao eenlb forty foot. Bad tfaesee aaat a, IIbo of X atreat aortk to tbo BTCdOPKBo I.ATinKR4larl'ra., . (Snoooiaora to J. O. MoUnlro Ji Uo.,) toalkwoal taraar of raanrlTaala aTaato'aaa i nrfn. c?tW1.K.WM,SI.,aMiMlJ!!rSTB .F'i'?J?.fSfJ!iJ.fAViV5T' ItTUF iff IN I! CTRL, TO TAKl i:r . " t ni . iiinui, ti t t-LAU O.I TUURIDAT, HBKlXARI 3, BBf Tlrtaoor a dMraopatiad br tko Rapratao o. lUaibaiialtr ldaofaaldooart, wfaarota i ifai oaatt; no. lltSoa ika oqaltritda of aaldaoart, wfaarota Maraarol rilirorald ol at ara plalatllTi, aad Jaa, pakMe aaetlaa, iba pramUii. oa THUKIDAT, f oroia of fatai Bltbt Iboaiaal dollara saik, aad balaaiw la ihmu.il lui..i. .1.1 ." aad al k to a moaib aftar tka darof aaia, with lauraoi, fot wkk tko parakaaor akall itTt fcla promlaaorTB tat. aaoarad to 7 aaiiiiactioa. All tMrnpaaadeoaTaraaelBKaleoitorpBrakaMr, Fla aadroddojlaraaaah roqalroj al tlmoof aaia, If lha larna of aalaara aotaompllod wltk wllhla ihraa aad ooat otdofaaltlar parahaaar. joeifii II, HRADLIT.TrttiUo. u.,...w.eool' Itihiic.'a.c,: BT nil. I. WALL CO., And... , Ntw M.lbU Bolldlor, Cor.,,.t r..,irlf..l. ...... ..4 IfliU, atrMt. cSAS.5X.!!OT..9I..TWS"Mii: rii ' n I'liuuinu antf niual.un lrtaaofa farthor oidar or daerao raadojaaald aaoaaoa tk7th darof Hotambir, 1, I akall proaaadloaalT. oa tkapronlaaa. oa VKIDAT.Iha aNtkdarof Jaaaarra,U7Jwat 4 o'olnk, all tbal placoof laad alinaUdla lha cltr of Wa.blaitoa. viairinor uolnmbla, and bolaf Ikal part vf lo anmbaralflht. (Ho Llliiaiin anmha fan ana. drdaBdf?rtr-MroB, ( 417.) roaialsaA with) a bofuliowlBttnoUaaaikaaadii BattlBalaf aatha ,Bff' ' "U al apolai dliUatiwoalr mi from Ibo loath wait ovraar ofaald lot. a ad raa' aiBathaBOB(irtklwBtrrallhaaaoaatoBkaa- drod Bad llaa fatln iill)il,nM...,k i.k 'J-llirtwaatjfa!! Uaaeo wait to tko plaoo of aaciaaiBf Tko latpra-OMftal-teoaalat of a aowlr-baltl Tbrjo atory Urtch llaa. with a io.J alororoon oo tho Irat loor aad dwolhor abovo lha atoro arot Oaa third of porahaao aioaayio bo paid la oa-k i tko roaldoa la Iwa aaaal laiUll maaliT at ala aB.dtwalToaMBlk, wllk lBUr-at from ibo d.Vol la adtrarral pay ma at to ko lUa oa Iko laprAparly la bid off. XT, L.WALLJfcoT' BTCuurtKA lllMr.U.Aura-..., (Suoeetion t Ja. O. AtcUutra fc Uo ,) Boalbwaai ooriar of Poiitylraila araaia aad Ilofaatk atroot. Star Ufflca Ualldlac anetiAaaar THBiTEIS' !lt :Sf ViLttiBLS tJltlM. KSTATK OH n : vRo!T lit WHIT, 111 T STRUT. BBTWE tD BlilTII ITRI r.uv.u alii. HUITH T avehui tui virt or WAaaiaoTdn. '". ar of Ma.aabar, A. P. 18i, aad rra.rda. JS'ii'X'. i""M. ' ll'"' T .al R. Ha. V praralMi.oaHURUAY, IbaTik day of Pabraary til, at 4 o'alotkp. aa., all that plaoo or .parool ally of Watklaitoa, aad kaawa aad dtrlt4 a aaiap pan or ic a part or lot aamborad Ihrao S) la aqai ibarad Ihraa hoidrtd ail ilalyoao il.) i 1 faat froat aal raaalaf back oaa kaadrad aal nan or 101 isi inraa baiac luaaaiiiwaair.iwo anr-iaroousjiiaoiiaraats; iacaj laa aapiaoi tko lot, Tarmaof Calai Ona third naak. (of wklih aiOO riaal bopald al Ika lima of Aaia.) aid tha blno a all aad twalaa aaoalka. with laUraal to ba oaaarol br dool of trait a Ibo pramlaaa aold, aad u laoiarmaaroaoi eoaipiiaa wnaia aToaayi ai lor tka aaia tka trait roaorra th rlshl to mall ai tka tiak aad oot of iba Aral parakaaor atar oaa wm piDiii iu oil ooavayaa baaor'a ooii, All ouaTayaaalBf aad rty" lUrapo at par- rj. .' iB-ar ii clarkk. wiLUaJa.nwck. I a. COOPIB fc MTlhrRB, Aiata ODtlciaju- . I. ii, i.r,.--. . , . ,.-.,. ... niHE EYESIGHT accurately tutted -wit Ftbhlet or other Spectacle by mercjy antictring a eto question$. Optician, National Hotel Shirt. SUTHERLAND'S F1TTIH6 (U.) SHIRTS. LlD,a.) OHLY 18 PfR HALF I0ZEH. MANUrAOTUREiO AT UI3 SHIRT AND COLUR FACTORY, .31 B at., Oa. Door 1C.I of l.v.nth. Klght Jilrt, .al Vain O.ranti HU. l ' Orlur. SlllBTS JIEBOSOMSD, 40 UTS. rATTXRlfS OUT, &0OT3. Eicndal. B. BRTAS. rraa. 3. A. Ettrr. Tnaa. Washington City Savingi Bank, Corft.rof Hav.alh atraal.ad La.i.laaaaft.aai P1V1 INT.U.HT UH htvnilTH Op.. Jail tnm 0 f) . M. lo I p raa .ad .. f EVI.1lU,riia,J0I.I.3up. J. II JAY-COOICE & CO. BAWItllllS, Bay aad aall. al aarraat markal ralaa, GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, GOLD, AND BILVEU. Ordara fur Stock a aal Boada promptly txaaaUd. lataraal Karoaaa Bump foraUbid, )a4-tf ArcUtecti. HENRYR.SEARLE&(o. "" B Kttert, oppoiltt Foil 0t mpaitawV DRUGS ANDMEDICINES. t?E.n.LEWIS, ia DiAti. 1. ist Fine Drugi, Mcdlclnei and Chemical! ;n.M4!:51... ott. iriorthkkt r tain. RKOtuu, I'lRioaiRK, ARD PATIIT HIDICIHIL TsTo. -a T.M.C. A. BUILDING, INlnTIK ARO U STRIKTL lotl If UHlTItlSTATMPATIST OPPICB. WaiHIKiTOV.p 0 .JOB oa tka paMtloa of W H. It. J.THAa. of Tuiiaa. in if.w. prayloi for lha aiiaailoa of a l1 viiia. a 1 1 iiiBia " iakbiivi i Iataatsraatad lo klnkoa tho Iflik day of April, tt, for aa lmprovimenlln WklpBockala II I.ArH.ni ikil lha laBalliaaa la lha a.a tla eioiaa oa taoiaibay or aiaren oiitt mat tut Iln.for Slla,.r.an.la a.d th. Rvamlaat'a ra- M iiaiuad I. laa um aa, llai ataral .a aaar. o. loa a ...on m.v outin.l ii'iV" taaaas JaliWw Ouataiailiuii ( raii.l,, TALV1BLB IMfROVtP rKUi-BKri BITU4T1 Dfl THE NORTH- MtwAR'""T '""'T "D Oa MORI) AT. Jaoaarr SI. Mm. i(4a'.Wv. n ht lttilA Af fe IkrtllK dtakri.l A.ta.AJ.l.. .- a. i.;;- U.1MI r.'FiC.'y. v ;". ' .r.r piacaoi oriOBiar . ..... et Trau Una third aaakt IktbaUaeo la ata aaJ IwalTO noatu, wllk, aofoo bArtaa- laUraal aad aaaarodolr od artratt a Iko pramlaaai X dowaoaday of lal, Caoaraatac. Aa tltot oprbaar. Tarait hl booompllail will wilh lalTaAariafUf aal. or Iko proporfFWlllbo ra TTstx ! ai fn im too ( pareaaaor. kUlU . ,.... CSARLBtl W. BitrBLIR, rta. Jaan Stwta anmur ,-"" iniii una Riiaaaa oa I'aaa parcaloriaad .kaow.a aa4 J.Mrlbil oa iko plat or Pla.n.'.a,1 ur Lot . . la raaorvaUoa a an i.Df 7,n2,r. lapramo Coait of Iko putrlciofCoUakta, paaiodlha lOih dar of lap. tankar, IJW, la )aaaa tfo. 1.614. la F.qnltr.rr J'karrtaaa,)rmU0aIorUainpalaaBiaBdal aka J.htaCoilomatal tMililItit.iail hi- wuainBTM new ahp ihfriuiom, Ixtnvit, Hitw'uR RiCRiPTi yuUrJay were 1339,460.63. , i ii-- . Tttv Irtbrital RirrfUH ricbipti for thU month, It ! belUtea, will not exceed 113,- 000,000. Om. Drn.ta will cut an effort to tret tha floor In lh Uoua tadAf, to reply to Air. liRwci epeecu oa TaeidAy UtL ACORICUtca-ITRICKBItDIDITIDUALreald- log; la BalUtaort, on S a tax J ay remitted to the Untied 8UtTranrrt 10, tot placed to the credit of tho coQidenco faad Katal Okditu. Lieutenant B. P. nalrd. to tfa naiaJ eUUoD, Moaod City, III., oa the lit of FebniAjy uoit. Eoalgo A. O. rani, to eqvlpmeot doty at tho nary-yard, i nuAvaeipnu, I'eno. ParaquatU U bellorod hero la dlplo malle clrclea that Prealdent Lopes, of Fara- rny, wiu ba abl,wlth the forceenowat hU command, to ncctnafally realit the allied powera,lf not to renin hlifonnerTxi tlon. iv. cor. -v, r.irw. A annxiKiw in New Orleaoe It about to ine tho Wettern Union Telegraph line for $10,000 damage for Incorrectly tendlof or dellrering a telegram, occaafoned by In efficient operator who were employed hi the late atrtka. Mr. Jons F. Ellis, who haa been report ed ai In a condition of utter helpleunee. and at the point of death, had, It U trney been qnlte 111, bat U now. we am harm to learn, mnclt belter, and although confined to hi hotue, ha was on Saturday gtrlng personal attention to his badness. It is said that to his testimony before the Commltteo on DanUng aid Cnrraoey on Saturday, In relation to tho New Tork gold frauds, Jin TUtt Jr., attempted tolmpll cats the President, throngh his brother-ln. iaw, ur. uornm. air. FUk will hare soma difficulty In loading anyone tobtllero his statements la this regard. Tub Post Orrics Gazbttr, Ibo offlclclal organ of tho Post Office DsparUnetat, Is to bo leaned on tha Slit Instant, and will bo Usued monthly thereafter. The Oatctu Is to bo conducted br Ur. A. O. Cameron, a a gentleman whose long connection with the Department and thorough knowledge of the details of our postal system, eminently qual ify him for the duty. The Gatitu will be deroted mainly to poctal matters. Wh batr recelTed the following, clipped fromtheadrorUslngcoIomnsofone of tho Hew York dally papers C.IT.DST.T.. ..,. a. ....... vae.Qcjr to b. 0111 bfor, Ja,. r.rll.a of Zr;i"m " ""., u no. -, "- Bach a shameless prostitution of orlrlVo-a doserres the lnTestJgs.tIon and censnra of ougress, that the offender may be brought to light and exposed to public contemn. Army and A'ary Journal TnaPiABoDT OBSRqciia. Hear Admiral u. K, Thatcher, post admiral at Portsmouth, N. H. Captain J. J, Almy, of tha New Tork nary.yard, and Captain McN Fairfax, of the Boston nary-yardi Commander D. B. TTarmnnr.Llentenant Commander Frekerlck Et$lN&nVlhfo'tenjSnJUJi-XirvT. ragut, to accompany him as members of his staff to Portland, Mains, la oonnection with the ceremonies proposed in honor of the late George Pcabody, A oxMTLRUAJt named T. C. Blddle, reld Ing at Goeloog, Australia, has furnished Treasurer Bplnner with the details of a plan for the redaction of the national debt. The General has replied In a letter of some length, stating that tha system proposed would undoubtedly apply well to the redac tion of the debt of Groat Britain, bat there Is no other way nnder the sun for the Amer icans lo liquidate their debt but by taxation and the cancellation of the bonds purchased with tho faoda ralaod from th rorooat. Tho General has no faith In sinking funds unless they aro composed of hard cash and can bo used as loans, accumulating Interest. A. ru.x Is now in contemplation by the Post Office Department to centralise the postal service of several of tho cities adjacent to New Tork, for the purpose of an experi ment In the trial of tho English system. It Is proposed to close the post offices at Brook lyn, Astoria, East New Tork, Flatbash, Qrecnpotnt, Long Island City, Morlsaolo, Williamsburg, lloboken, Jersey City, and tVeebawkcn, and the mall served by the New Tork office. It'ls argued that there Is no place In this country which presents so fair an opportunity for tha experiment aa New York, and It la estimated thai a suc cessful trial would sarelho Government In salaries, rents, fuel, Ac, about $100,000 annually. Wall's Oprra Hou. Mollers's old- time comedy "La Ualadre Imaglnalre." translated by Charles Reads, and angUclaed as "Tolnetto the Saucy Housemaid," was given on Saturday evening to a full house with great success, Miss Keene,Ur.IIawk, Ur. Wallls and Mr. Jackactlnglhelrseveral characters to perfection. The little wonder, Miss Nellie Nott, a Loulsoo, achieved quite a triumph. To-night tho house will doubt less bo crowded to witness the first represen tation of Matilda Heron Stmpel't creation "Champagne or Step by Step," the produc tion of which has been the especial cars of Miss Kecne, and which introduces tho en lire strength of her company, Including Mr. Frank Mordaunt, whoso merits have been so often lauded as to render special mention unnecessary. On Saturday SaperrUor McDoaalJ. of Arkansas, had a loaf Interflow with Com mlailoner Delano relallro to th, reTonaa frauds la tho Indian Territory, and the Com missioner determlaed to Immediately reeom. mend to th. President that th. Territory should bo formed Into an assessing and col lectins; district, for tbo purpose of collect Ins tho tax on manufactured tobacco, whisky, and malt liquors. According to section 107 or lb, act or July to, 1908, the "law Imposing taxes on distilled spirits, f.rmcntod liquors, tobacco, snuQ, and cigars, shall bo construed to extend to such articles prodoced anywhere within th, exterior boun daries of tho United States, whether the same shall be within a collection district or not." Thts It U hollered Is the only way the frauds can bo effectually suppressed. U Is understood the Tresldent will approro the act of the. Commissioner. National Thratbr To night Max kfar ctzuk's grand Italian troupe commence, an engagement, and will afford our citizens a brief opportunity of hearing th. finest opera singer. In tho c.untry, some of whom are not now .lulled. Tho opera selected as the opening on, Is Verdi's popular "11 Troia tons," with Lefranc, tho great tenor, In his farorlte ruls of Maurleo. It was In this I character that Lefranc made his d76uf In this : country, and created a perfect yWrer. of ex. I cltement by his excellent acting and lupe- rlorslugtog, giving tho music of this part with speodld effect, so It is said, and at once leaped Into popular favor. Mesdamea Brlol andLnmley. who appear as Leonora and Acacena, reipoctlrely, are new to our city, as Is also Slguor Reyna. who will render the part of the Count de Lnna. Ws have no doubt that' tho theatre will b crowded. Beats may he secured at the boi-offlce of lha theatre for any night during the week. i, .--Ax iRTRRUTnra Qczmon-RionT op Accused Partjrs to Tbstipi ok tbibrOwx BtsALrox CoOTT-MARnAU-.Thoproceod-Ings of thocourt-mArtlal convened at Fort D. A. BusseU, Wyomlntt Terrltorr. on the 3d day of last December , la the case of First Lieutenant Peter Y. Hasklo, fifth United States cavalry, who was tried on the charges of drunkenneis on daty, conduct unbecom ing an officer and a srentleman. and n-irlect 01 amy to tneprejudico or good order and military discipline, and sentenced to M dis missed tho service, bare been disapproved uenerai Bnermann reviewlngtheprocoed- legs la this c&te, says tbev are dlsapprored. for various roosoas, one of which la thattba court permitted tha acoasedlo be sworn and testify as a wUrtes on bis .trial. This de parture1 from tho usual practice of general courts-martial has, as yet. no sanction either In cnatom or In law, and is, on the contrary, virtually fotblddsn by tbo statute of JoItD, 1804 which provides that "la the courts of the United States there shall be no itointlnn of any witness on account of color, nor In civil actions becanso he Is a party to or in- vnrBBic in too UID9 uiea." ine implica tion that In criminal actions, such as all trials before military courts are, a party to the salt shall not bo admitted as a witness In bis jown defence, could scarcely be made clearer than It Is made, la tha lamrnao-a arm quoted. The findings and sentence are disap proved, and First lieutenant Peter V. Uas- ain wiu do accordingly re; ased from arrest and restored to duty. L-Ueat Telosrraphlo Brevities. The marriage certificate of Albert D. Richardson aod Mrs. Abby Sage In the hand-writing and certified to by Rev. Henry Ward Bcocher, was on Baturday filed al the office of tho register of vital statistics In New Tork. The Importers and dealers In sugar, at a meeting In New Tork oo Saturday, dis cussed the proposed change In the tarll on that article. A schedule of uriflswas agreed to for presentation to Congress, together with a memorial asking lit adoption News has been received at New Tork of the shipwreck and total loss of the ram At- anta, which had boon sold to tho Salnare Government, In the vicinity of Fortune Island, previous to the ISth Instant. Ills presumed that no lives were lost. Wm. 8. Rockwell, of Georgia, once United fllif.i Tit...!. .. . ..... a. - . " ! it. amugu 01 llu oiaie, ana "" """a voBiBuiiacr or uo br. Prm. CordcII of It AMD, for (ho Bontbern jnrmictlon of Iho UnltcJ Stale, ami P.,1 ... 1 . . . uranaiiaster or Georgia, died yesterday In Harford county, Md. The New Orleans Gas Company threaten to cut off the city's supply of ga If their bill Is not paid by tha 1st of February. Reports from Ogden, Utah, represent that meetings of tbo dissenting Mormons are held there dally and attract large crowds of people. The wife and two children of a farmer named David, llvlDg near j Vermillion City, Dakotab, perished daring a violent storm IrVM atlffht jat.11 Ika .M atiJaaAa1a. B. Goodwin, formerly of the Eleventh cav alry and ex-collector of Phlladelpha, com mitted suicide yesterday by shooting himself In the head with a revolver. Intemperanco and pecuniary troubles was the cause. He leaves a wlfo and several children. Alderman O.L. Quirk, of PItUbnrg, Pa., has been sentenced to ten mouths imprison ment In the work-houso for misdemeanor in office. Fo)rso)nsJ. Hon. John P. Upshur, Ex-Secretary of the Interior General J. G. Blunt, of Kan sas Judge J. L. nenry, of North Carolina) non. E. W. Btongaton and Hon. W. E. Cur- LlavcnTMotrTorkt DabIoI CkapUa, ef Orw gon, and W. W. nenry, of California, are at the National hotel. a. letter received In this city on Baturday last from the Irrepressible George Francis Train Is to the effect that he will Inflict upon our cltlsens a lecture during the present week. Come, George, consider. Haven't wa the canal on onr handsl Aro not our streets Invaded with the boot-black bat talion, singing "shoo fly," to all sorts of tunes the very air made hideous with or gan grlndlog, hurdy-gurdies and patent medicine auctioneers! Havosome compas sion upon us, George, and go somewhere else and collapse, won't jouT Mrs. Paran Stevens, of New Tork Mad ame La Marquise de Canlsy, of France t Lady Wyndham, of England) Sir Allan Mackenzie, of Montreal; Lieutenant Pack ard and Mr. Fltiroy Jerrants, of England) General Irwin McDowell and family, U. B. A.) Captain Coster, U. S. A.) Commodore Henry G. Btehblns and wife) Miss Louise Kellogg and maid) General Ueorgo W. Palmer and Jndgr FUhlan, of New Tork) Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mat tho ws, of New Tork, aro at the Arlington. am Ca.r4 From lie v. Dr. B under land. Mr. Editori It seems to be extremely difficult In the revision of long productions, and the haste roqulred la the Issue of a dally paper to attain entire accuracy. Thus, la speaking of the conference or council held at Jerusalsm as Is generally supposod about the year A. D. o3, It Is pat, through load vertaace, In the year 43 though In my man uscript It was written correctly, and left oat by the typographer la toe first composition. I shall always endeavor to correct any errors of statement or otherwise, when discovered by myself or when pointed out by others. AO luosa who i ooa. uimii vui uiacuaaiuu ava a quarrel between Romanists and Protes tants, in which the outside world hoe no In terest, and which some perhaps may ge so far as to esteem an offenco to society and an Injury to religion, I have lo say that when tho Romish Church shall cease to regard us as heretics, and ont of the pale of the cove nanted mercies of God) when she shall man ifest a proper disposition towards the Evan gallcal Churches of Protestantism, and when the tttartgtt ntauary to thU have transpired, there will then be no quarrel as It Is termed, between us, because then there will bo a better understanding of fA truth. Now, It Is one of the Scriptural characteristics of "charity" itsblf that It "rejoice in In the trtith.' Rnfar as human Instrnmentatltr Is con csrned, earnestness la searchlog ont and .. .a T .. , . .. - m. - - wrsouai loeiing, ot tnrowiDxaowBtiie oar- rlers of prejudice and separation, and giving a rmnr nntf wider aenrm for that (harlt,, a froor and wider scone for that "charity of which we Adar so much and of which, alas, we m only too little among men. Very respectfully, Ac, b. bundiulamd. Wajbisvjtoi, Jib 12,1670. GiRrniLO'NaiLi, president of tbeFenlan Brotherhood, bas Issued a call for a general congress of tho organisation to meet Tn New York on the 10th or April, to make final preparations for active hoillltlcs. An Invi- tatlon is cxtented to all Irish national organisations, Including that of which John Bavego is me ncaa, toscna representatives' OjftY four biographers are nonuced of 0 sorgo Pcabody. yiTa PRINCE ARTHUR. His Journey from Montreal to Now York WHAT HE DID THERE HIS ABBIVaU IK WASHIKOTON Arthur Winiam Fatrlek Alorechl. tha seienth child nd third ton of her Majesty Quoen Victoria, has arrlTed In our mid.,. and for a few day, win be the lion of th, capital of the nation and an object of Inter- s io me curious, Enrybody will, of " me a special exertion lo see this tin too or a Ur, Queen. Though lien were no other reasons, bo will be well recelrtxl, honored and respected tWbl. mother,s sake. for an la this land lore anl mer. th. nam. of Queen Victoria f.r her personal qualities. The Trine, left Montreal on Thursday af. terooon last. Tollowsd br bis traYellnrf com. panlons,'Col6nel Blphlostone, Lieutenant, Packard and Fltiroy, Us Itoyal ITJghnes, entered th, magnificent prlralo car or Com modore Vanderbllt, president or tho'lludsou Hirer railroad, which had been bent there especially for his use. and whoa. nrlnel appointments certainly were In splendid .cepmg who ineir princely occupant. Aa attendants were two serranU of the Prince, wearing long drab Urerr orerco.ii witb nrass notions and cockades In their hats, nuunooicacuoim, otuers.who, howe'er, were drtsied In plain black. Swiftly speeding on Its way, House's Point, the dlrldlng Una between Canada and th. United States, was soon reached, where, as usual, custom bonso officials made their appearance, and In their necessary examina tion of th, biggag, of the passengers de layed lha train for a short lime. Ther did not, howeTer, Interfere with th. effects of th. Frlnc. and his attendants. St. Albans, was th. lint stopping place on American soil, where a halt was made for supper. It was known that lha prL. was on board, . of course qulto a crowd was gathered In expectation or seeing him. They wero dis appointed, howeyer, as a collation was sorted In th, car lo tho Prlnc. and hla com panions. In fad, they kept qulto to theo salTcs during most of the trio, laklnn- tlalr obserratlon or the country from th. windows or the car. Early morning found tb, train at Troy. -A-.Tiog kui Aioany at nair-past six a. m.. mo irain waa soon hurrying along with lightning speed oyer th, Hudson Hirer rail road. There waa much here, as there l lo erery new trarcler on this road, lo attraci the attention of th. distinguished scion f royally, naachlng tb. Highland, his notice was especially called to the unrlrallad rran. deuror the scenery and mountain aummlt. tapering away Into the clear blue wintry sky. Erery point or historical Interest was pointed out to him i but there was no on, plae. that more Interested him than Sunny side, th. old homestead of Washington Irtlng. lie repeatedly exercised a daalra to tak.a trlponth.rlrorlntheinmmer season, when, as be readily appreciated, the beauty of Its scenery le greatly enhanced by the Prlnc. preferring entire seclusion dldTnol show himself. The train arrlred at th, Hudson Hirer Railroad depot at 19.13 p. m. on Friday. Promptly on hand tameet him were Mr. Thornton, Drltlik Minister Mr, T tench, his prlrate secretary, and Mr. Archibald, tb, British Consul ar Jew York. Nearly two hour, preTloua a fargo crowd bad been In waiting so as to catch a gumpso or him on hlsarrlTal. Alter Mr. Thornton bad Intro duced himself lo the Prlnc. and the formal ity of other necessary Introductions were completed, the Prince stepped into a car riage In readiness for him, followed by Mr. Tk-Ooa. who. look a aaat by hla aide, and Colonel Elphlnstone, who eat opposite. The remainder of the party at the same time stepped Into other carriages. The crowd, notwithstanding lb. presence ot the police, made an undignified rash about the vehicles, making It dUncnlt for a few momenta to get started. As at tho ratTioad depot, so In front or lb. hotel, there, was a largo crowd gathered to catch a rkw of his Itoyal Highness. ' Astd. from th. crowd on the parements, the steps," balconies and windows or Ibo dwelling, op posite were also filled with eager spectators' They all bad a good look at him. On Friday afternoon the Prince dror. about New York, and noted tb. plane of Interest, and in the srenlng he attended Tallach's theatre and wa. highly delighted with the entertainment. On Saturday morning he left New Tork for Washington. arritai. n wairircitox. On Saturday erenlng quit, a crowd col lected at the depot awaiting the arrWal of the train bearing his Royal Highness and suite and Sir Edward Thornton, the British Minister. Mr. Ford and Fane, of the British Legation, arrlred at the depot at an early uour, and caused their carriages to draw np In front of tbo entrance gat, oil th, north aid. of the building. Here also was the carrlago of Assistant Becretary of State, Davie, who waa present on behalf of tb. United Statu Government. The distin guished company occupied a magnificent car attached to the throngh IraTa from New Vork. As the whistle or th. locomotive was heard the crowd dosed round lha carriages, and from them to the door of the depot waa formed a doable Hoe, composed of every class of people consisting of newsboys, bootblacks, hack-driven, while and colored mates and femalee, the whole forming a motley throng. As th. party emerg! from the car, Mr. Fano walked forward and shook bands with the Prince, and passed to the several members of his suite. Mr. Davis met the party aa they walked down the platform to th, depot building. Ae they ncarod the door Prince Arthur and Minister Thornton took tha front of the party, and In this order they emerged from the door and proceeded to the carrlago of Mr. Thornton. bow ni LOOKS. Of courso the -Prince was the observed of nil observers. lie la qnlte a ulco healthy. looking youth, apparently about fivo reel ww trt,l 1 -fSB ... . ftl. ...trita.. .. ... At. " avuuua. uu vin.uiuu wa auuu as any avenue ekqulslte would wear, consist- . j.. .- . . . .. log ui uma iwdib ana aeavy urown mtiioa sack overcoit, with dark neck scarf secured by a handsome pin. His hat is of the latest New Tork style. He carried a light walklngcanewtthlvoryhaadle. Tbe Prince bas quite light hair aod side whiskers. Upon reaching; tho carriage he jumped oimWylnjandWas followedby Mr. Thornton . n.A-.i pivi.,, .., m. .n.i.. nd J50'0"., Elphlnlstone, his guardian, Mr. Trench, Mr. Fane, and two gentlemen of the Prince's suit, took seats la another carriage, aad tho party drove quickly away, lU.Va.1T ft WSJ. of tha Brltlah ox me Britisu itecntb. itrcct, Upon arriving at the residence minuter, corner of I and Seventeenth itrcct, the Prlnc. was shown to an elegant suit of apartments in tha southeast portion of the mansion, fronting on I street. These roome have Just been newly fitted np, and are inrnianed in a style befitting the royal use Intended for them. A short season was occu pied In refreshments, after which he was escorted to th. parlors of th, mansion, where he met all th. members of the legation, who were present with their families to do honor to th. son of their Queen. The company present w.re then entertained at a dinner patty, th. Trine, belnf seated on tha rlirha oi air. mormon. WBAT Bl DID TISTI.DIT. A Sunday paper bavins: annonneed that Trine. Arthur would attend the Church of the Iplpbanyal ten o'clock, a larir. crowd as- sembled In front of the ch.rch before that hour only to find that lha building was not opeo.the service not commencing until eleven o'elock. A few moments before eleven, Sir Edward Thornton and Colonel Elphlnstone, Prlnc. Arthur and Mrs. Thornton, followed by members of tha royal salts and officers of the legation, walked down a street In the direction of lb. church. With some dim rally they mad. (heir way to the sanctuary and took seats In a pevr about throe scats from the front of the altar rail. Th. Church services for th, day wero rcn derodbylhe rector, Bev. Dr. Starkey, and his assistant, Rev. Mr. Jones. Tho dis course was delivered br Rlshl Iter, nialnn Payne. The Prlnc. paid strict attention lo lb, church service, and tho able discourse of Bishop Tayne, notwithstanding the myriads of bright .yea that watched him eagerly while tb, exercises were In progress. The services concluded, the company pro- cecaea again to Minuter Thornton's resi dence. In the afternoon, accompanied by Mr. Thornton and members of his sntle, th. Prince took a long walk across th. Aqueduct bridge, thonco down the Virginia side of the Potomac, and back to Iba residence of the British Mmtiter by way of th. Long bridge. We hope this example will not be lost uson some of our young men.wko ar. pedeslrlane Joly a. iba Avenue, but who Imagine .hem elves too weak or elegant to exercise their legs by such a long walk aa the Prince look yesterday. TO-SAT. To-day, in company with Mr. Thornton and Socretary Fish, the Prince, will visit the icxecuuve Mansion, when be will bo nre. sented lo the President. At seven o'clock this evening he will be present at a dinner Party given, by Minister Thornton, at which wui do present vico rresldenl Colfax, the members or m. cabinet. General Sherman. and Senator Sumner. After the dinner a reception will uke placn, to be attended by th. families of th. members of the Cabinet and the Diplomatic Corps. On Tuesday there will be another dinner at the Britlih Legation, to which the British Minister and Mrs. Thornton hay. Invited Senators Cameron, Caesorly, Morton, Conk Ung,and Hamlin, and the Speaker or the House, th. Prussian, Russian, Austrian, and Turkish Ministers, and Admiral Dahlgren. On Wednesday His Royal nighness will dine with the President. On Thursday the rrln.ee will dlno with the Secretary of Bute and Mrs. Fish, and In the evening attend a grand ball given by raenallaaclIuaJlnawr-- -" - On Friday there will be another dinner at th. British Legation, to which tho following gentlemen have been Invited to meet Uls Royal Ulghnsss Senator, Schuri, Wllllame and Anthony, Qen. Banks, and the Belgian, Argentine, Teruvlan, Danish, Spanish, Bra xUIan, and Netherlands Ministers. On Saturday the Frlnco will probably leave ror New York. wtiat Tm ranici bas him norso unci nit auitil nv AVniCA. ins Royal Highness, with bis retlnne, .rtl.M .1 llallfax on Bandar, the 33d dar of August, 1609, In the ateamehly City of rans, iron, uaeenaiown. luer. w. uu particular entnnslasm manifested on this mtmIm, ska popular denwnstratton being reserved until lb. following day. Ilow.ver, there were present two full companies of tb, Stvenly-elgulh regiment of Highlanders, preceded by their fall regimental band of .1A-7 piece., die .ufla ionn. uomnor uenerai ei -a. new vomwioD, wua uauerai Dovle. LlentenantOovernorand commander of her Majesty's forces In Canada, were present and congratulated the Prince upon hU oaf. arrival. Tha nrinclpal lossasre ot f th. roval party consisted of sixty-one pieces, including in tne lot a inuaiocK 01 naniog, banting, and other sporting tackle and im plements. When th. Prlnc. appeared at the gang war and saw lb. muluudo assembled, be made a eeriee of bows, and marched on to lb. pier lo the muslo or "Ood Sav. th. Qneen," and a grand chorus or cheers. Col. Elphlnstone (tao Governor or bis Royal Ulghneae) saw bis protego eafely eealed In tb. barouche, and th. carriage, followed by thos. or th. partlee accompanying, drove hurriedly to the Government nouse, and the Prince reallaed that be waa a thonaand miles from home, the weloome guest of th. pro vincial people. SnTdl. .renins- his RovJ nisbness al-J tended special reifetons services at the garri M .H.I ..lnoi .r,;r .1 Ih. r.rrl-1 son chapel, which, owing exclusively to the tact met it was not generally anown ne in tended to be present, was not uncomfortably crowded. Meanwhile all Halifax and the snburban precincts waa made aware by gosslpplng leiegrapa aunt laiomoar ui tun rojai lamiir was within the boundaries of the principal cltT of Nova Scotia It was Indeed aa svent of no ordinary occurrence. More than nine years' had passed since the rrince of Wales, his elder brother, paid a firing visit to this province, and from that day to the day when tbe third son of Victoria's family landed, tho ahnrern of British North America had nut been rendered Illustrious by the footprints of one or uer Majesty's oospnng. un mes day, August 23tb. the Prince, with the Gov ernor General and their suites, paid visits to the fHgates Royal Alfred and Revenge. They were received with salutes and the jaras mannea. aoo party non visiiea toe French frigate Bemiramls, where they re- ceirea mo nonors ot jvcot Auwinu jucc nft- On the following Saturday ho embarked for Charlotte-own, P. K. L, and oa Monday at the reception, over 600 persons taxed the courtesy ot tne royal visitor. Op the last day of August a gun-boat con vevad tbe partv to New Glasgow and Truro, and at the latter place he surveyed the town I In a short drive and bo returned to Halifax at 0 o'clock that evening la time to prepare for aad attend a grand ball tendered by tbe farrison of tbe place, in honor of ths Prince, a this elegant affair, over 100 couples "par ticipated. Tbe month of Beptembcr was loaigumtod at Halifax as a public holiday. Tbe follow Ing day a hasty trip waa made to Hopewell, four hours ride from Halifax where the usual address of welcome was made and verbally responded to by the Prince. On the Ota of September Prince Arthur and suite led Hopewell for Plcloa aad ar rlred at Point da Cheae the next day, bav in r etouved at several stations en route for St. John's, New Brunswick. Tbe enstom ory address of welcome, with solutes from tno artillery, grectou mo nuvv. m iub evening the firemen's torchlight procession was a grand affair, tbe Prince being escort edbythe firemen to the Victoria skating rink, which was most eloquently decorated, and Where the ball was attended by 3,000 After tbe brilliant reception at St. John's the popular ovation of tho people In honor of the royal visitor on the morning of the tlkar Aaniamrta. I Im Prloffl WAI 111) brlaTilt I W.aa w. M.e,.v. .-- - a- "-r Ia wrl7 &? tot lt l0Dg J0Urne-' f0" Um jf, was going to shoot moose, or at leAlt 0D. moose, To RlrUre d3 Loup, i'ro- vine, of Quebec, from St. John's Is a dis tance or 200 miles, aod, with the exception or a abort distance by steamer, the entire route waa traveraad in M-ru-.. n ... made throngh the heart or th. moat deso- . . -"""nees-iix. territory or the New Dominion through a country without rail roads, without telegraph., without hotels, and without any or thee necessities and comforts so highly cherished by a civilised and progressive peoplo. Ills (loyal High noas bad to "rougn ft," bnt hoeijoyeif It, and reached tha end of the Journey on the following Bunday, lha 13th. Here the Prlnco enjoyed hlmsslf In fiihlnr and hunt ing, but failed to "pluga mooea?' ... miwioa in ineso parte concluded with trout fishing and making tb. most of a uu.Mu-iAi rcpast provided Dy a French Ca nadian, and lodging beneath his hospitable roof. Hospitable, because II was discovered .a. mas in ine bona, were occupied by bed bugs, and the l'rlnco found, to hla most serious annoyance, that they were no re spectors or Deraons. OaU.lhhik..rf. started for Quebec Th. next day ho waa cordlelty received In the ancient city, visited the places or Interest, the colleges, French cathedral, and lunched althacit.Ai -iik the officers. Th. party were everywhere re- -" "- " arc.a emouaiasm. in lb. evening lb. party attended a grand ball given by Lieut. Gov. Belleau and lady, com. piimeniary to in. rrlnc., at which Mo or the elite or Onebea uvet.lv w.r. ....-nhi.. Ths next day, after breakfast, the Ursn Hoe Content waa visited, and lathe after- uwa ua inaraciea in. rnrtifl-.tin.. iti..ka wlta' tho officers, and afterwards was de lighted at a croquet company. II waa on this day that It was foreshadowed tha Prince would visit th. United States. On Saturday the 18th of September. . ..I! man, f h. t.... bor or Quebec aerved to relieve the monotony or tb. terra Orma festivities. On Monday left Quebec for Montreal. During tbede- ).iufoui uo train seiuiee were nrM, tb. officers and membere of the Oorernment as. aamoiea ana oia mo rrince rarswell. Arriving al Montreal tha eAtne afternoon, he was received by Gen. Wyndham, who rlrAW. tain. A Va.. ..-a VL-lT . v . 7. . .7 . --vwuoBiii, ui. quarters ror the fall and winter months, which having been Inspected, and Jestlee done lo a fin. dinner, be left for London, Ontario, tbo earn, night. On his way lo London, Toronto was passed. A stay of only fifUen mlnutea hardly satisfied the friends or the young Prince, bat then It could not bo belp4 at this lime. On arriving al London be found the city aglow with enthusiasm, no waa greeted with cheers lonl and nmlnnnj. n. .tH- dows of the houses along the route to the v wore inningta witn people, and flags, banting and streamer, were nylng from every quarter. Nowhere In hie travels did the Frlnco re ceive ench an ovation as al London. Th. fair was In full operation, and tbero waa a unanimous suspension of the dally routine of business for lb. purpos. of uniting In a high Old Carnival of nleaanr.. Tt T. ..14 there waa never an occaalon of the kind In u. uuiMKi owe. wnere sucn vast con. coursee of people wer, brought together. Inresponsotolheaddreaa of Mr. Mallory, the DreaLl.nl of th. nni.pl. A.Mnn1 Society, hla Royal Highness delivered the following replyi I uVaSn?IwI!BBErpir,df?r,?h,,,PltlArrl,'l r' htmm. ,.!lIA..AFT!!ltllJ, rioeArtaAs- laSrtn'al1 t.M "? "" TOO -im S.b "kttitlpa I an bow about toaator Will hm olaarad ma ni. ........... .a. . ..' pleasure. My kalovtd rath or, a. yon jaattr ay, omitted no opportualty to saaouraas aaa promoto atrUiltrj.ro, ealsoee, tha arts aad maau raa. ares. Ia ail tfeeaa bo not oalrpsr ooaally late rested himself, but llkewiaa oar-d tto way for bli children to follow hi. exanpla. I mraau beb but Ioa iitiam n a . .,.'. visit borstals darwlU have this addltlonl oiarailtomo.tftatlahallaaolathooihlbltloa tha DradllM and lBiluatrUa nf a .... I-.... whose proaporlty X bars already reaolved eaf flllsat orldanao, aod la whose welfare-, I ara eommsoded toetaU ourrraetous Queoa. tar dear mother, takes tha daopoet I a tor aal." ixmaoo. so Jntenselv Enrflah In (fa iAai. flag that hadeca gtacezmir entwined wnn tho English flag oa One of the triumphal arches. Prince Authur. from London, went to the Clifton House, Niagara Falls, where tbe sublime scenery was vtewed by the royal party, ine day ciosea wua a royai aaoce, tbe muslo of rlppllnir waters lendtnaracharm to a scene of Indeacriboblebeanty A flying Tisitwas maae to uauaioincouiDaav wiin the Governor General of Canada, where they were t&o guesu or Kx-rreaiaeni rm more. On the evening of the 29th of September tbe party left Niagara Falls, the Trinee being unwell tbo first Indisposition experienced since bis arrival In America. Tbe cars lost their royal freight at Slmcoe, Ontario, where an nthaslastlo reception restored the Prince tn sTiwl faeaJth and excellent BDlrlU. filaeo that oerlod he bos been enloTlns himself travelling about tho Provinces, until Thurs day iasi,wnen siarwa ror nasningion Local BRRrmts.-.Oa Batarday evening iomi bold thief entered the premises of Mr. u. n, irvmgi ana stoie .nereirom a pair oi pan.s coniainiog soo, ine property Ol iv. A Whltehand. one of the boarders. Union League Temple, oa Saturday ato ning, elected aa their officers. A. J. Ullmore, D.T. Miss C.C. Baker D.V.T.t J.W. Uarsha, D.8., J. F. Bolten, D. F. S. M. Uolden, D. T. Warren Lincoln, Chaplain W. M. Bruce, D. M. Mrs. W. M. Brace, D. Q. I T C. Bpurgeon, D. Sentinel. A special committee of the Councils are taking testimony for tha purpose of dscldlog whether the corporation has been la tbe habit of laying four foot or six foot Ssg footways. Tbo matter la lo be tbe sabject of a report to tbe Councils to-night. B. 8. Solder, the Irrepressible, boa writtsn a letter to Mayor Bow en, urging him to prepare to meet his God. ureat oompiami is naao inrougaoui too W' ?f ."..c"' '" w " reI war eauiipg, Dr. Parker. late of Boston, will n rob ably accept, ma jnuwraia vi waiver uapiiit church. Lieutenant Johnson has discovered a "looca " oa DOTCQta akroci, near t aircct, where have been found large numbers of stolen goods, all of which bare been taken possesion of, and are to be seen at the Sec ona precinct atoiiou-nouse. ' Samuel Van Baren, convicted of man slaughter, and sentenced to tbe peniten tiary, has been awarded a new trial by J adire Fisher. James Edwards, a court bailiff, and John u. urawner nave Deen appointea county con- stables. Tne Masonic choir Propose a grand vocal and Instramental concert on the 23d of February, tbe proceeds derived from which are to Deepened to aid tne onuaing com mittee In famishing the lodge rooms of the now tern Die. Officers Rsdgers and Hess.of Georgetown, gave cnoso yesteroay morning to two suspi cious colored men, one of whom was carry ing a baron his shoulder. In their flight the bag was dropped, which woe found to contain six cnicnens, wiuca were aouDiesaiy stolen. Jane Wales and Amelia Mitchell, charged with engaging in a street fight, wero ar rested by Lieut. Austin and taken before Jnstlee Schmidt, The rormsr was fined $3 and the latter dismissed. John Wowrnau, colored, was fined 15 by Justice Cox for tying his horse to a tree box. James BrceU, colored, for the larceny of tO from Anulo Wilson, gave ball for court. R. W. It. Warner, charged with grand i larceny of money from Mr. M under, was committed to Jail for court by Jnstlco Wall. Joho Clark was fined 15 by Justice Ander son for keeping a vicious dog. A bov named Augustas Sits, aged 8 years. was tbrowa from a wagon on Saturday afternoon, on Seventh street, between K and L street, receiving quite serious injuries on tha head aad face. He was conveyed to tha drug store ofCbrlstlanl A Bro., when his wounds were dressed. Choral bxrticr haa been commenced tn Wales la the Welsh language. The prayers are iQtooeq, ana me aymnssang in tnat out laadlth tongue. Tdirr were slxtv-one failures In Con- nectlcntlatt year, with liabilities amounting w ti.v.-.w. " IT- Toxna were Seventy-four steamboat dlsas tors on Western waters last year, luvolvlug an actual loss of $1,000,000. THE NEWS BY CABLES f -Rawer,. TV ".ik mt I"t-Am...ly f.r Off...., .wiMj P. jMW9t Paris, Jan. 23In the Corps LeglsIaUf yesterday Thiers made a great ipocch denouncing the commercial treaties. All the disorder attending the strlka of the workmen at La Creuiot has been rerraaat by the troops, nd tbo strike Is ended. it is announced that amnestr for offenPM against the press laws will soon be Usned. and a new law for the regulation of the press Is to be submitted to the Corps Lcgistatlf. ' SOME. Tho RcMmoHical Coaell-nsfcaUBi tha NrlUsaHi. Romr, January 23 At the congregation of the Conncll on Saturday there was a pro tracted debate on the syHabue, In which many of the most eminent of the members took part. At two sessions last week moni tory circulars were distributed enjoining on the members absotnte eeeresy and brevity of dlcouree. Tha Parlla mt the Hall. Ltb-CTidcbo, Va., Jan, 23. The mall train oa the Tennesseo road which left Lynch burg Friday lost at 5.20 p.m., eiperlenced a variety of misfortunes and disasters. When It was about six miles from this city some machinery of the engine broke and tho train returned to the town. This occasioned same delay, and tbe train did not icavo until 8.13 p.m. when It had reached about two miles west of Bonsstcks tbe sleeping car waa thrown from tbe track, owing to tbe breaking of a wheel. Tbo car was dragged some distance and was finally thrown down a steep em bankmeot and dashed to pieces. Conductor Mellon, Gen. Wm. C. Roddy, of Miss., and tea other occupaots of the car, were severely braised. The injured passengers vera plosed on other cars aad proceeded on their journey. Tb Western Diatllore liar CnciRSATi, Jaauary 23 The Western Distillers' Association yesterday discussed tha reported determination of Commlssiooer De laao to insist on 48 hours fermentation, bnt as the official Information had been received it was determined to take no action antll the 37th lsitant, and In the meanwhile to ask Mr. Delano to suspend the collection on the assessments. One dlstlilsr said the enforcement of tha rale had already cost him throe thousand dollars, and ha would close his distillery be fore he would consent to be robbed. Ifearr Sblo- maia for If asr Tarat. Bab FRAifciaoo, Cil., Jau, 23. Tho i tea mi hip America arrlred this morning", wua KtiTices irom nong Kong to December I8tb, and Tokabama, December 31st. She experienced terrific monsoons In the China a The steamship Japan, from San Francisco. arrived at Tokahama, December 13th. All wsU. The America brings 3.0M packages of ten, 85 packages of silk, and 1,000 packages of merchandise for New Vork, and a number Of passengers, Including 118 Chinese In the in, to the number of three thousand, now on a strike, held a meeting yesterday, and were addressed by several members of tho International union who hare been attempt ing to effect a settlement of tbo difficulties. Tho employers loslst upon a reduction of two dollars per thousand, and the employees resist it. Although committees were ap pointed to Confer upon the subject neither party was disposed to coacede. The ipeakers yesterday lUted that tbo cigar makers must stand firm. Mri. i !' Mw Oris eta SJlalian. New Orxjuri, Jaauary C3. The claim set up by Mrs. Myra Gaines to ownership of a large portion the city haa been seriously commented on reoenlty by tho city papers. The opinions of lawyers and others which have beea pabllf hed, go to show that Mrs. Gaines has no valid claim. This morning's Tlnwi publishes an article from the custodian of tha national records, showing that Daniel Clark aold the lost of lulo property In 1810, thus divesting. himself of all ownership tropM-llm fr the Potbelly Obae- Portland. Mr., January 23. Admiral Farragut arrived to-day to take charge of fio naval portion of the Peabody obsequies. Tko monitors Mlailonomeh and Terror ar rived this evening. Tbe funeral fleet is expected next woek. Gen. II. C. Hunt, formerly chief of artil lery of tho Army of the Potomac, has been ordered here to represent the army. AleHlrl Affairs. The QiUitU of Saturday evening has the following nsws ttemii WU.HoLiTinr,abntcher living on tbe LMibarir tnrnnlke. a short distance from this city, left his home on Wednesday even ing last and has not been heard from since. He had heated water ready for the even ing's hog killing, and told his wife that ho w a going over to nr owjuueu o, auort distance off but would return la a brief time an commence tiaugnier.ng. ins stall la the market was left full of meat, and It Is Impossible to account for his pro longed nosenco. ai mj roauuj w im agined bis wlfo and friends are very anxious about him. Ma. J. V. Qcick, jr., of Hunterdon county, New Jersey, with his family rural tare, farming Implements, and teams, ar rived hero yesterday, and started on tho evening train for Farmwell, on tbe Alexan dria Loudoun and Hampshire rallroad.near which station he has latel purchased a farm. Dr. R. C. Powrll performed yesterday, la tbe presence of some or the other sar geous of the city, upon a colored woman, tho operation known as Byrne's am pout Ion, by whirti tha f(vit la taken off. In what. In sur gical parlance, Is described beautiful style, ana ois pauout i m ivia" vhivim GRist A WtsR, rest estate agent and auctioneers, sold to-day tho form calied Waterloo, situated on tno Aiexauarisv ana Washington turnpike, containing one hun dred acres, with a stcam-engU.e and tho buildings on the place, for $6,310, to Mr. Robert S. Stephens, of Washington, D. C. llAKntrr Brecrrr Btowr and famllr left Hartford on tha 11th Instant for Florida. Tor Knights Templar of Connecticut talk of holding a grand festival In Mer! Jen, Mark Twair Is reported to be worth V 000, all made by his pen. RPUAK' COURT, JHlIrfeoCbIiisoli,t JltiTiB i..fuld tT's.ll'aai'ultCua IB IUO cnaa i n ,".Viv ' SHASsia,aaoaairaofaortoO , caaaad. tho eintora aftiraaaia A ,w.rj d--i atj; ..Jar ba oabllahod aa oatalo . proaliad a eopy of tbla eo a waa a Mr tamo waka la ia Matiobai usrt,aitoAa proilooa to tha aaU Yattt a webstkr. jaaii-TUw K.gWter ef wuls, aai Joaa v. atiMuou. r-, wltTtSa approbaiioa oi too urpa jv-jj. . 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