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' U. " WASHINGTON CITY. D. 0., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1870. NO. 53. VOL XI t., 5J IVaruuuitafcAq'Mhlinin, , - t Tt " r Auction Bale. BYCOOrS LiTIHRm AaoS're. (Suaaaaaort to Jamas O. MtOalr 1l Uo.,) Souibwrit sonar of Pannarlvaale avsao end Eleventh strastw-. rt 0ri HMlii(Ui 'RSLVIK-' f" 4l 'JffeS & latiiiis. JaltWAAa AniWiMM. BYtOOPEH MTIJirn, Aarl'ra. tSuoaeaaori to J as. O. McOulra It Uo. , Rthwat aaraef af raaaayWaata .aviate sa BUvaa Ik etraali lurlllN BalMia vnttwiTnei. ton. ; aaiary xs.a.ai ! HEAKLT 1W noOtlHOlD., 111 10 oMovk. al Ba OuV T atraat, btlffNi k9 Btat aa4 OafaaU atraats. aartb aUa, at Ibi ill mnwnMiiHr fiiiini aaaiaaaataBa;. 1 wa afcaua-il a vary MMrlof aall.etloa ( Dona bold aa4 kltabaa rara.ltara,eaa,prUlaii On IUmimI Oaaa Flaaararta. Halt Clata Ktfr Mil, nmi flaeea. MaAlfrtopUaTabU, WhiUtl iMrlr aawYhraa-Fly aa4 Inertia Carrata. naaBiaaHaaJlireiMtalUllCarpatv ! Wlat aa4 aAoc Ghaakar raraltara. it riitu r Blala iti Ua aat aa Oak It taaalaa Dlala TaUa. Ilda TnbTaa, Dlala! Cbalra. . tbtaaaa Ola Win, olTaWb a4 Mittta tawart's Caakltl Kara, faarlata aaal t0. Tarmi.CaaS. nutfrtl A tATIMIB. JkSS-4ai4a tSUl) Aaattoaaa n. BY COOPER LAT I II ER, Antl'ri. (Suaeeaaora lo Jsrae O. MaUnlre A Oo ,) litktHt soraaraf Fat aa? I rati areas ajaTania airaaa. aVUDB Alii MottHOlTEIKT. Gala uOt tfrUe afa laad aflraal la th itoiltMJ, jMarjag lalatha ITikltr ! M Eavaaibar,.Mtaa4 r4ordfd la Ukat T aa4 "! .11 a S,al Valla lai uiai Ur ) KJ tka parir araim tkatakr, at4 la kT-t Ika paHr lawraaw4 tkarara.I will a-H at af ll taetUa. pa ika pnalMt, at 3i30 a'aLstk p ,aaTDM04T.tkaltiiri rabnarr. A. U ISJD.PMI of lot Ira. (8Mb kanara aaiabarad kaa4ra4aa4 aliktr'twa. Cni) fraaUaf ) fl of Tktr4 tr ai fcatlwf a 4jrt of aboml U fal Tka t al lat bI4 Will b wlik U Laaaa. fa I4 aa. I wlik a f rol af fat abal. Tba rail aafviMllwlllkMli la hhhK IaI ml akast laJftl 11 faal fraal aaah A dial will kaihlbl1 itmiauii biwi iNuiiwniprwnr a wniiaiiitiixi, laraiaBVf MID W ioitll.Traataa. Aaauaaaara; Kkaff.raaMa 14 Uk,4 w aaniHflfoji fief I pimrmsioii. Ilxromt. Bmin ntonrrt'ytWMr w.rSTJ,10-"- Tut Viidixii Bat. BlaJiD. TbMU for lit tdmtuloa of Vlrjlnli m tt(oed bjr tb Frttldnt jli)r ainjIoo4 Irtumltleil lo th BUM Department to U tltt. IIok. lt. Wuximi. of IodMn, frill, at lk 0n opportunity when the. Itouia toe' Into cafflDlttM,niikt t ipocUl report on tt rfttlroft monoDoUu hereitbonU. and wUt a snlantand, p7 bU partlcalar rupectt to tna Oalllmora and Onlo rauroaa. Binnonow or Ton AnMT. Th Home CommlltM pnvXilUUrrASalriluiTtaEiMd to ona ,clan f Ibtblllof Ocaeral Lojan for thadution 0 the- armj, vnlcb la for tba appolntmant of board or Hie oilcan to axamlsa all offleera of tba aray below tba rank of brigadier general, to determine wo may be mustered ont yitbont dctrlmanllo tba eertlca. Tna WAeuaT03-AQt;irfcct IaruTioi tiox. The Ilotua Commluaa on Iha DU- VICTORIA'S SON IIOWrm.NCSlRTnCRPiUKDtEJTEBDAI VISIT TO THE NAVY YARD eln..a - A DlTTtXaVlSUBD CON TAN T TnEPREaiDEIIT'SBTATEDINNBU aII13 UALIj TO-NIGHT TcitenUy morntog rrincs Arthur con touted himself with a mofotog walk, return log lo th realdeaM of tba Drlllih lilaiiU about 11 o'clock, erlntli-thftCArrU'pM wfirei caJla tud th' rrfBtoUlvMh and Urf. Thornton, Colonel Elphlnttone. Lieut. Tleard. EnilgnFlUro7ndMr. L 8 1 range proceeded tthonaxy Jtrd, arrWtog then about 3 50 p. m. f AT TO! XATT TABO Tho newt of the expected tUU of the felon of royalty had been nolwd abaut the eaitern lection of the city dnrtog the morn- uti;tatd aa InnenM crowd had eollocted trictofCoInmhUhaldanerting yeaUrday ftroundlhe utand la the yard lone ba ud reum-d tho UaUmonyla nfemct lo fort lfaa Rrrinl of lha auUngnlihed party. By coorxn utiiicr, Ann. 1 Saaaetaon to Jn. O, klcOolra a. Oo ) oiawlrar ( raaarltaaU avaiaa aad IlaVaatkatrMt. GOIBOBRT 8AT.I Of Bllt I ST ATE. n uy viriua 01 aarcrratoi id nuprana HCaatlnftbaDUtiiet af 0taa.bia, paia4 la it. I. jot, .vticeva a Baima V. Vt r PlT,ikt4 4r at Itbtaanr. b Wtt. al 4 'liul IB . eta 111 Vfmalaaak. ftiar fal l- la an aata If a HT9. kaalaalai aa Hank E atreMl at tka akrlawaa LVaktittr aaaana Hiy. I IflL nkr a. Wh. ItaTaafaaatat. Banaa V. V Vtafbaat ail Wltk Dkaa lat, aa4 raaataf thaaaa aoatbwa'4 y apai warttrakaaJaryof aaU lat a ikUai. a 4li At ln ia.1 10et faMkawt iVaaaM eraalarl nai witb aaU Maria B ilraal. a 4iUaaa af 41 faat aa4 boaa4arref aat4 lot lJ,a iliUaaa af IT faat Ivy iiaaaai BeM wvtiwiniT pKraiiai 1 (arlh B atraat, aflataaaa t 14 tWt aa4 4 laal laaaaa aanawarvir beaaaalarw' of aalA ( mU artk B atraatt tkaaaa waitwar4ir tka ajufcara boaadar af i.U Hart B atraat, a dla uaaafHrMtaa41laakaaUtbaaa14plaaar bw I laavace afiinprflraiBi,aiiiMig ai a iar tar fiklCE UWBbUaa wHk kaaamaat, ana Ulalac 10 rooava, at B atraat aortk, aaaik Hit, btwaa If latk aa4 Ttatb atraatt, Taresaof lalat Oaa tktrdaf Ikapar tiHMHT U aa pal4 auk la aaa4 1 tka rn4aa Ikaraol la ra paattfaly I at4 11 BMatba froaa 4ar af aala wltk iihihi, 1 aaaareja tw aaaa l praparty. A.aaaa iiraa wbi m?ar la paia, auiapa Ml af tba onrehaia'. raqaimei taa paranaaarat 1 hi kreut artr will ba ratl bUiapt aai aaavapiafltag at tka .raiaf (ka Barattaaar at ika fall af ika , If tka Urma ai aaa axa aal aanaplM wltk ir 1 Itkta Ikraa 4aya tnm tba UalltbiMulJ al tka m parakMar, J. J BRfat OptieUni. TTIE EYESIGHT accurately tmttd with afWUei or AtKer Speetadct by mtrdy antwertng a few quettiont. H.U.IIEMPLEB, Optician, National Hotd. jau if Wood and Goal. WOOD AND COAL GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE OF WOOD AND COAL Iat4arl4alaaaaat4ai praaaat kaatyaUakaf wa4 aa4 CmI, wa aafa taia 4r ralaa4 t ptiaaa latk lallawtaf ra t . l Ljh.arVUj)pa1taoll.lf4.,. IIJCV V4 Aak. wt Z a..., i C9 WtlU.il, , BV rkaalaat.' M .mm. t Sir .r- rwi:;:;:;;:nzu::;:;:::':: I &L&"6I. wjriW "U'i airMwaan. waaaucwajay. v "WOOD AND COAL, VarUaaatt tklrlriartwawUl arareffitaak rWOODAipinatlibarnwlac T Llbaaa VaUarjW A.k jpaal, par Ua......t 19 f Earaal4afraaBiUaai4 .-tt ' Wklta AakCaal, ' .MfUaV " riaaWae4, ,..,,.--, M..a4 4 lWBDlXDPLlTWOtjD,aaar etftr, aaa atatlvaaaa4altka . WiaClitAHa'Dllt.arlOV. Car.JUakamat aa4 Hlaaoorl afaaaa, ea aaaal QSEAT BEDTJ0TI0N IN PRICE'OF C0AL1 .lau aal tbtlf taia hhi imiii iimaernintL, , . irr.aaA'Bakar't Plaa W4o.atwai dlUf. .,aoajuauyoaaaaa. TABIDS treWarua Pli 4Httl,aTT BaaUBatoaat, brtwaaa 111 aaa ta aalh itiaata.aTr TaiA. T- WILLIAM H. BaBBOTJE A CO. AB Soatk A BtraL batwaaal tapttoi mil 1 TT BaaU I PfinonAl f Maaaaabaaatla ata aaaaaltallaaaat araaaa, aatwaaa taalb aal BitTaatb atraaia waat, wtibDf QABDIIBlt.af tbklaar4 BaeiplULUal. ul iulaa Amp a aaaUanaaj at twaaip-aaTaa H B -Upaa tka raaalplaf 41S a4rlaa aa4 avUla Ua will .a aat fraa br axpraaa taaapaf tba kU tuna ium, -.. ir mvtinwksssiWi atraat, a fav 4rt aaatk af laaf Ivaaia, ia Iaa Ha la aaaaaaafal wbaa oibara Ml ill aeal aattaaa4rllbla, laparata raoaU fjttt-Uaa afaiH8' COURT, m . . . v JAJPlBf 11,1170, la tba caaa at War tP kUTTlMtr a4,. Joai C. UAaaaaacaiMataraalQaoriaG B Jailaball. ataraaad, tka axaaatara aXorfaaitt bar.wUk tka apprabanoaartkaOrpkaaa' Coartaf waiblBftaa BAaiTaDraaal4tapptflalAl4TOROAT,Uth4ar af raWaarr. A b 1870, rJr tka fakl aaiUa-baat-aaA atatrtbaUaa t tba paraaaal aatala af aaU4aaaaaa4,aa4af tbaaaaala laliaad, aafar aa tba aaaa hara aaaa aollactad aa4 taraad law Kaayj wka aai wbara all tba aradltora aad raar aald 4aaaaaadara tlla4 taaltaaJ. wltk tbalr alalaa proparlr voaehad. ar tbar bit otbar wwa ay law m aaia4aa rmaaU baaaat la roparly voaehad. ar tbar nay othar 1 aierwilBiel.jl rakAtam &ll Kdiaakai la ia!4 4aaaaaal'a atUla 1 providad a aop of Ibia irdar U pabllihd aaaa awaakfaff Ikraa waaka Jar ha aTAVIOlAL, KatrtiBLlala nratalnaai ta that .IJ taalj . A WUtTlaLt laaw a.WUtTBAJ Will. tbaaatvay aa4 iMmA llalaaH ikl baa 4lfMU4 Ua dlaaaatlaaaaaa of tka Maarai bead DUttlat. o9Jaa at ataarta. ta tka MUtaaf atalaaa, aa Ikat tba vaaaal laada tkarala ba 4a aahjaat ta aala aoj aatry at If aw Ortaata, la aal4 BUta. from aa4 af laf tba lrt day of DfctmUr Laa4a ranatalac aiiaU tad aatrproC'latai by law, aaaaaraUfuta aabtaat ta aaU tad aaty at fetairoa, wilt aaaaata- ba aabjaat toantrf ml that plaaaaaaadafiartba 4ataaboaiaallaBad. Tka kaflalar aad BaMlfar at Maw Urlaaaa wlllla ipaDaiaaouaaai aoay a wiitii.fr wni iparaito radalra apvllaattaat fo aalilta Of its laatja a taair 5rraaiiaDi 01 ut utiui BUIaa Uatullaaaaaa of tka BTaaii-ni ettaa at alaarfa. la lha MUtaaf (atarapaUiaaailaaaf tbaday aa wklal aapraparwio raaaira appii icaiaaaaaiti llaaltorwuklailoa, D UtklaXdar BrardaraltharraaUaaL, J 081 CaauiUaloatr af tka rJiniB If atbb CatiaaLfDATiD Laid Orrioi. VawOaLiaBi,LA. baa V. I , Hallat iaraby laa that tba hwkt aal, raaor4a of tba Moaroa tan Offlaa fcAf a baaa ra aavaa ta naw uriaaaa. rnia aiaaawiti aapra paradtaraoaiT. urMaatltai fui aalrtaa ( Uada atabraaad ta tk MeafM JUUHlal aa aa atar . lVl4?.4 AJl4Pr lw. J Jtl lew J Ui JM the Washington Aqaedact. The vllaeuei ezAmloed ywterday wera Meurs. W. 8oiUhf John Collin, E. Z. SUier, Robert 8. KlDf, Thomai B. BAmo.VlUlamXaucr, and It. A. Shlnn. CotD. CtfoXfO tho Internal reTenue offlca, haa been promoted from chief of lec tion of iplrlu and tobacco Ja bond, tq bo aperrladr of 'th'at office, vlco TV. if. Shear man tramferred to tho head of the itamp dl? talon. Tho complication of tht latter office made It Decenary fof tho comml loner to (elect ftom LU'iubordloatea tho moat eCBcIont man for tho hew poalUon. The aalary la the aame at that of nparrUor. ,-... .? Tna llouia Comhittbm oar Elctioii yeeterday raiiad an order raHatfoe tho mem- bora of tho committee and their clerk from Iho pledge of locrecy In reference to the pro eeedlngo of Iho com mil top. Tha, committee Bare no objection! to'Porter; member elect from Virginia, though It la probable that ob jection will bo made to htm. In. tho notue, and a eonteat oyer ale caio eneae. All the TlrgtnU members Till bo admitted except UcKeoxle, Logan, and Booker, who, casci will bo reported vpon by the committee. Tui following pota! order were received yeilcrday t Ordered, lieutenant Bamual U Wllaoii,1 to titty al tho ttafal rndeiToatf. 8an Franclico, CaUforuU, until tho flu Uary'tgoei Into commlMlon, where ho la to report for dntyon board that ablpi ChapUln John K. LewU. to doty at tho naral aiylum, Philadelphia, reuuijl racial AwUtant Pay muter Xilchoiai u. SUrej, to tho Taotic, on tho lit of February next, and acting car- pcoter, Charlea F, Hnmpbrtjn BCtlog boat- twain, Ante! Kern, to tho Cyane. FaiDBRicK Lamb president of tho na tional brewera' aaaoclallon, exc6mmUiloner of Internal reTcnna, LtUu, ,11 r. Jlaiiey, of rnuaaeipiiia, aaa omen.ortbe eiccutlte oommltteo of iho browera aaaoclatloa had an Interview with dn. Bch'enckd chairman of tho TYayi and Meani Commlttea, yetter day morning, and will go before tho com mllteoio iCrOrMth tariff billia 1 -j of. Tho brewen would doalro Canada barley to bo admitted, doty free, and alio urge a almpliacatlon of tho exiitlng rerenno lawi relating to malf llqnori. Rctexu BoaiAU. Tho lubjoct of mak l&g tho Internal Rerenno Dareaa a aeparaU and dlitiuU 'department of tho QoTernmenl li likely to come MfonCongreiilaa ihort time. Jt.wlil bflliiUcfflbored that tho lata Commlailoner of lntepat rercnue, Mr. Hoi line, bad a, recommendation, tolhli effect In thelait rerforthe!maia.aadlBa.thoTfri aua aucaoa tQqmuiKi, t .aa utaa aoaatoa qi uuDgini, iraaioa a viu wrgmBuiug m ixtcuhc offlot eAtlnjydlatlBet frtm'lhe Treainrt Do- partment. TU.iopoutloa aeeu with tho approral of tho Froaldent, who, It will be remembered, ttade It the iubjec( pf a para. aftetMahU me'iBigo. A MABHUOl U01fllDBnATt0.-kIli 1BSS. John E.' Keale, of tho Dlilrtct of Colombia, V encodage and promoto Iho marrtage of hla aon, Denjaml Jv Naalo, ai now1 alleged bythtfaonrand hll wlre, pramlaed and agreea tnaiir me aame tuouia oeconsum eutedfhwhddilnobfiUctalOQ; thereof, gWe and oonrey oa,r art f one of hU elly lota to, .the .iaa and danghter-J n J.w. or to'oanohhimJlaVceilMple.Uibe end that -with money then belonging to, or expected toUwagtothJdAUgbter.lO'law, they might orecf thexeou a, dwelling houia, tor their babllatlM and borne.'1 Tho compTalnanta alio allege thai, jfelylagon Uli promlae, and partly la conilderatfoa, thereof, thay Inter married In September irthat year, aad th'at In part pertormaoco of hta protnUoy tho father puf Iheapoiiciiton of a part of a lot, and that at an ozponaotof about $1,000 of tho money belonging to the daughter la law, they, h4 urMted a dwelllng-houie aufixua. idi uiu iuoi acta ior,a .no ign- going feicU,and gran VmNwJe, iinlor, may bo eoQMM tp a tPciM performance of hU agrumaAtto f onr4)ke property. ing aoawor gi .uo aatoauaa. autioj. iojal. awaKof the !ntenjrlo ifaWof hU ion, and wlahlnr to aeccra to hU daurhUr In law and her1 children, money then 1a the haada 6f her gntrdlanj and I'ailifle'd that If It paaaed Into tho baodi of hU aon, and wai Imeitcd In hit builnesi, (Id which he aub- wqueotly failed,) It would bo placed In Jeopardy, ho agreed that f. dwelling home might bo erected on tho premtaei, provided Iho aoh woald abandon hli marital right to ft, towhtchtho ion airreoJ.bttt iubieiuenUr rlotated hU agreement by redadng the, money to poaacaaloit anfl lnTettlag' It h hli boalneii. On the trial It appeared that tba money of tho wife, used la the construction of the hoao.liAApAietUrough1thJhtandi of the husband, and it wai therefore contended by the defendant that tho aon having reduced tho money td poacitlon, It waj hia money, and thAttbe money bnllt tho home. Da tho other aldo It wai creed, that tho hoAbaod aitad only ai tho agent of the wire, and that, fa1tojkdtyiiho.mQnaybel(raged to the wife, although, fn. point of fact, tho hutband rccelred' It from her guardian. And It wai Two companloo of marine, In command of Major George Bailer and Uentenant rorur, were drawn op In line In front of tho main flag itatT. ITie full Marine band of thirty. ilx InitrnmenU, under tho leadership of rrofeiaor Bcala, were alio la attendance. At tho rtildenco of AAmlral Dahlgren, commandant of tho yairjwtra Becrelary Robeion, Vice Admiral Porter, Admiral Dahlgren, and the folrowlng member or tho Commllteo on Naral Affair of both llomei of Con great Senator Origin, (chairman,) Anthony, Drake, Bcott and Oa born Reprctentatlrea Bcofleld, Ferry, Ste ven. Hale. Archer and IlalghL TheoSl- ara of tho yard, headed by Captain Fatter aon, executive officer, wero drawn op In lino before tbo commandant' residence. At oon ai the carriage containing the Prince, Mr. and Mr. Thornton and Colonel Kphtoitone entered the main gateway, tho marines presented arm, throe rolls of tbo drum were gtreo, (tho Prince, bowing mean while,) and a salute of twenty-one gun were fired. A the boom of iho'first gin wai heard the flag of England was rnn np on the main staff. When tho drums ceaaed tho band played "Qod lave the Queen.11 Tho Prtnce'i carriage drove slowly past acd Intotheconrt-yardof the commandant's residence. Wn. Thornton patieMQ4 tbi house, while the Prince was heartOy greeted by Secretary Robosoo and Admiral Porter and Dahlgren. The Secretary presented the iwo Committees on Naval Affairs, and Jhen kdmJral Dahlgren introduced the officer of tho yard Indtrldually. The Prloco waa very warm In his salutations, shaking each gen tleman by tho hand. After tho greetlogs the dUUngulahed com pany walked down the yard,rrlnco Arthur, flanked on either side by Admirals Porter and Dahlgren, leading the procession, fol lowed by Secretary Robeson and Minister Thornton, Captain Patterson and Colonel Elphlnstone, Captain Davis and Lieutenant Flcard, Lieutenant Commander Qllllss and Ensign FlUroy, Mr. Lo Strange walked with one of the other officers of the 'yard 'A TirAlTTt-ALO' 1 iwiuiiiiii at ills Qfivf i wha 7.A LPJ ? T tbaBATaathatri hapt-.tieit.9i TUB traali OfktlOl! t'tilK'' urged that Inasmuch as It was acreed on all hands before 'the .wairlago, that the wife money wai ooHd the honie, which, when bullf, wi to be horioparato property, free frOm Interest or control of her hnabnnd. and that nndersUndlng having been carried oat, mo aeienaam anoma bo directed to convey u 1U WM nuta tej nu GrgbOa, The defendant submted that thl being a case of parol contract coaoernug lands, Us sped flu performance should bo refused, bscauie the terms of the agreement are too uncertain to oe definitely determined! and that tf the feUaU tuitalnid, the Judgment should bo compensation In damages Instead of speclflo performance. The trial resulted la favor of the complain ant. nt1' the case was now argued on the appeal of the defendant before tho Supreme .Court of the Vnlted Statu. the party, all anxious to Catch a glimpse of Ills Royal Highness and hear what he had to say. Tba first place visited was the copper-rolling mill, where the Improved ma chines for making rivets and pikes, the largo furnaces and tho method of maklnK sheet copper were all examined with Interest by tho Prince and hla party From the rolling mill, the party proceeded to tht Dry Doek, when a few moments wer spent In looking at the work being done upon tho steamer Kansas. The docki were then visited, and a view taken of the moni tors Uahopac and Montank The Prince tecmod much Interested In looking at these war vessel, and was very partlcalar la In quiring as to their sea-going qualities. They wire much extolled by Admiral Porter. Tbo machine shops wsro now visited, and here some time was passed loloipectlog the mag ttlileent engines which wero constructed 'some. yeara. ago for the projactad aleamar "Bon Homme Blchard.1' From the machine department tho party passed to the ordnance foundry, and l. few momenta were spent in viewing the Immense proof guns then on 'ex hibition. The ordnance shops wore next visited, and this department seemed more attractive than either of the others. The vlilton crowded round the machines for making mini balls and percnsslon caps, and Prloco Arthur, a wall aa Cot, Klphln stone asked many question In regard to their working!, talking familiarly 'to the mechanics la charge Capuln Ramsay, tba ordnance officer of tht yard, then Invited, be company to his office, and exhibited V) them specimens of small arms In nse la the rtavyf afterwards escorting them ouUlde to view a number of specimens of ships, 4roa plating, oowhtcK experiments had bees tried with solid shot from rifled cannon. The company then visited the laboratory, where the superin tendent, John W. TUsqapson, showed and explained the workings of hU Instltntloa and the manner of making Improved fuses for shell and rockets for ship service. Ah adjoining building, In which Is located a machine for miking muiket cartridge, wai then visited, and tan minute wero passed by the, Prince la watching tho operation of the machine, tho ordnance mmeumjuit completeJ, and had explained to them a number of cariosi ties there on exhibition. TnlicoaduJodtne Inipectlon of the yard, and Admiral Dahl gren Invited tho eompaoy to hli residence. Tbo marine hail been drawn op Iprllne, and as the Frioce. passsd the troops' pre sented arms and tbo band played " Qod save the Queen." Tho honor was acknowleged by the Prince, try ralslaghlahat a ha passed along tho Uae. Arrived atthe Tesldence of tho commandant, the FrlnrJd and suite found assembled a brilliant company' of guests In vited by Mr, paulgren to receive her royal guest. Among these were Secretary Fish and lady, Secretary Belknap and lady. Sec retary Boutwell and lady, General Shermao asd daughter, Postmaster General Ore well and lady, Mrs. Admiral Porter, Miss Nettle Cbase, Baron Yon Gerolt and lady, Madam Garcia, Conor Froyre, wife of tbo Pernvlan Minister t Hon. James Brooks t Mr- Ford and Mrs. Freeman, tho ladle of the flecro tarle of the Englsh Legation y Senator Har lan, wife, and daughter i Commodore1 Aid en and lady Assistant Secretary of 'State Da 'vis and lady i Mr. Frellngbuyiea and Mill Nlcholi, iooompanlod by Mr. J. 0. Kenne dy, and many other to the number of three hundred, among whom were icorel of army and navy officer, many Id fall uniform. After a few moments spent Jo eonversa Hon, tht eompany were tavltod by Mrs. vetuijtiou, twpafiauof an eicgaui nocu, prepared la a most' artltUo manner by Jo. Sheffield, the avenue caterer. Amoaa- the delicacies served were boned turkeys with trnmes, nams ana uugaes ornaukonted, chicken salad, terrapin, oysters, Ac. Two handsome pound and fruit cakes wero much admired, ornamented with the coats-of ami of Eogtand and the United States. The, iwecti consisted or choice cakes, confec tion!, creams, Ices, Charlotte do Ratio, jel lies and fruits. The display was magnifi cent, and pleased the sense as well as the appetites of the company present. An hour or more was passed la enjoying tbo hospi tality of the Admiral and lady, and then the Prince and mite made their adleux, and proceeded to the rtildenco of Mr. Thornton, where preparation! were entered upon for the dinner at tho Executive Mansion. mi rataiDxxT1 itat dixmr. The dinner la honor of Prloco Arthur, given at the Execottre Mansion last night iraia mignlfloent affair Tho number of gneiti present were thirty six, who were placedattbe table In the following order i The President was seated In the centre, on tho north side, having on his right Mrs. Becrelary run, on hli lea Mrs. Senator Williams, Mr. Grant sat opposite the President, hating oa her tight his Royal fllghness Prloco Arthur, on her left Senator William. To tho right or Mr. FUb, oo th north side of tho table, sat Mr. Thorn too, Mr Dat Is, Senator Abbott, Mrs. John A. Logan, Uoa. 0. Adam and Mrs Wm a Smith. To tho loft of Mr. Senator Wil liam sat Senator Anthony, Mrs. Wlaanr, Cot. Elpblnitone, Mrs. Paine, Hon. C. M Potter, and Mlai Nellie Orant. On the right of Prince Arthur were seated Mrs. Thorn ton, Secretary Fish,, Mri. Potior, Hon. John A. Logan, and Horn Cbarlci W. Buckley. Oa the left of Senator Wllllami tat Mn. Orth, Senator Bayard, Miss Stearns, Hon Noah Davis, Mr. Buck- ley. and Hon. BLevcnion Archer. Al the west end of the table were seated Hon. Georgo W. Woodward, Hon. James J. YYlnani. At tho eait end of the table wero icated Hon. O. S. Orth, Hon. W C. Smith and Uou. Halbert E. Paloe. The Ublo Was taignlflcenlly decorated i along th centre ran a mirror plateau, with gilt frame, from which rose a number of small gilt columns, supporting arches formed of wreaths of fragrant flowers. Tho centre place waa an elaborate silver ornament) which bsld a beautiful coronet of ramollas. baUotrcpo and japonlcas. At each plate was an elegant bomrutt ta silver holder. Beautiful booonets, of choice flowers, were distributed at various polots. The china wa of the most costly Sevres, with gilt and purple border, the centra piece being tht coat-of arms of tho Culled Bute. Mr. Grant was attired In a white aattn dress, cut low neck and short 'eevel richly Bnd heavily trimmed with point lace. MUs Nellie Orant wore a blue illk with white lace orersklrt, puffed. Mrs. Thornton bad on lavender silk with an elegant white lace ah awl. TIB PISUO HALL. Tbo State dining room had been hand somely decorated for the occasion by Mr. n. Blaa with wreath of evergreeni and flag. Oa the north tide of the room two Eogllsh flags-were fasloonod over a full length por trait In oil (by Kellogg) of her Majesty Queen Victoria. This picture was la the rear 6fjPnsld4nt40'raBt, and In full view of the Prloco. t AronBd the walls tho flags of England and tho United State wero fes tooned and fastened with wreaths of flowerr itii?'Ws!Si$S tai'tVprMfiAo. arrived, closely followed by the Invited guest. After a few momenta spool In the parlor , the company were formed la order and pro ceeded to the dialog room. Dinner was concluded, and the party rose about half- past nine o'clock, His Royal Highness, accompanied by Sir Edward Thornton, Mr. Thornton; and Col. Elphlnstone, visited the theatre shortly alter ten o'clock, And occupied box S. The distinguished party remained until the close of the, poTformanco, of tourse attracting the attention of the audience. TUB BALL 111 .10011 Of TUB rBISCl. A largo force of men aro employed to nlffht. and will bo to-morrow, la daooraUoir tho hillAvnd supper, rooms of the new Ma sonle Temple, and the ball In honor of the Prince promises $o be one of the most ele gant affairs that hit ever occured In this dty. The programme of dancing numbers twsnty, a follows i Four quadrille, seven waltse. three "lea landers," three galop, one maaourka,coaclndtug with a cotillion aad "Sir Roger deCoverly,' In which tho Prlaee will take part. There has been a fearful rush for ticket, otir three hundred persons having been refused lnvltatloni to rEADODY'" OBSEQUIES. TheArrlvAl or the Fnaerai FloM ! rriiand-Krilnlars of (be Toy a; from Enrope. rOBTUttD, Ma , Jan. 23. -Tho Interna tional funeral fleet, bearing the remains of the great philanthropist of the age front tho abort of Old England to the shores of Now Eogtand, has at length arrived. The nu morons and perplexing delays had begun to alarm the people hereabouts conoernlng tho safety of the convoy, aud when tho rumor of the early evening that tho fleet h ad actually arrived was confirmed at a later hour, the pnbllo was relieved and Joyful. Tho captain of the Plymouth, who, of course, reported at once to Admiral Farra- Jot, gave a very favorable account of tho onrnsy It was, In moat respects, pleasant, and no accident of any Importance occurred. After baring been out from Portsmouth about a week there came a heavy gate, ac companied by rain and sleet, In most un comfortable profusion, and during this rag ing of the elements the Plymouth and the Monarch became separated, tho latter (an Iron-clad) bearing the remains of tho dlsUn gnlshed dead. Dlseoverinir that her eacort had Tanlabod. Lha Monarch. Outetralrhtfjr UaJitrUi not so wlratb Plymouth, for she cruised around several hoars after a calm had nueedod tho atorm. and then, Jrivlns no all hopes of find ing the Monarch, she also headed for Madeira, which port It was previously arranged should be first touched after leaving PorUmouth. Upon arriving at Madeira U wm ascertained that the Monarch had not been seen or heard from, and there was, of course, Juit and great anxiety on the part of too omcer or ner eacort. if or inree days alia aaji.icJ FleW lUlVtieau. IDtl eUI UUH for the safety of the Eogllsh Iron-clad, a ' fo-mldable as she was, began to stow serious. Indeed, oa tho afternoon of the third day there came up another terrible atorm, and so violent was tho sea that the Plymouth had to slip her cable and put ont to mldoccan to prevent her being dashed to piccca agama. vuo wuarvca ana neignooung Teasels. When the galo was over, and Just as the Plymouth wis returning to Madeira, she tamo across the Monarch htadlntr for the aame port, and her appearance Indicated at once that she bad biaved tbo gale and was aa aiauncn ana mm as wnen sue seuea from Portsmouth. When dlcovtred, the feellncs of relief on both vessels waa very great, for tbo offleera of each had cherished rain tears lor me sarety or mo otner. Tho balance of the passage was not only Dteasant. bnt positively arreeablo. Thers was a brave northerly wind all tba wbt1 l ana doio. mm )! nvw .mvuh w avcraga rate of about fourteen knot an hour, the Monarch keeping from a quarter to half a mile la the wake of her eacort Bermuda was reached on the 80th, when the Plymouth put Into port for a few hours td receive dispatches and provisions, the Mon arch steaming along slowly. Just outside from Bermuda, both crafts, with steam and canvass, came along as rapidly as posalble In the direction of Portland. It should bo stated here, perhaps, that until arriving at Bermuda, tbe officers of both tho Monarch and Plymouth were unoertaln at what Ameri can port they were to land their precious charge The moat general Impression was; that thsy would proceed to Newport, R. t., or, pcrhap. to Boeton. The Idea of coming to Portland waa hardly thought of, and when they received poe.itv e orders that this was their destination there was no little tur prlse. This astonishment wa probably not applicable to all on board, but there were many wno were men apprised oi uieir auu natlon for the first time. Oo Sunday tbo fleet got Into a fog off Montank Point, and the Plymouth hailed a Etsslng steamer to ascertain the bearings of lock Island. The captain of the straoze steamer was Indifferent to the Inquiry, not to say Jmpudont. and the result was that no ypfrtrmatlon. could at that lime b gathered wMoriaWnrtdTClbaltfcr tmf tftHTfaTtf not have the desired effect. The disrespoct fst captain squared about and put In an op Kilt direction with all possible speed, but had not eone far before ha encountered the formidable Monarch, whlehalao hailed his steamer for the aame Information tougbt nyine nrmouio. tier armament wa too warlike for farther reUtance,notwlthstand- log her flags were at half mast and she was draped la mourning. That drapery perhaps bo Interpreted a the black flag, and be lieving tnatuewoaia tocuto no mercy 11 run down, bo came to and vouchsafed all the Information required. The steamer proved to be tbe unntcr aud was i rouis for Philadelphia. -a no neet amrea outside ine jiaroor at about twelve o'dock, and Immediately com menced a heavy cat nonadlnsr. which wa tho signal for a pilot. This necessary pro- reaalooar wen! down, auid (Vealf-ft Ua o'clock this evening he had the International tunerat nee. saiaiy ancnorea tatne stream opposite the dty. The vessel, composing the fleet will remain la th outer harbor un til this morning, Mr. Peabody Russell re malnloE on board. The only communication he aeat ashore was a telegram to hi wife at Salem, which, stated, among other things, that he wai in good health aud that tho trip was an excellent one. The remains of Mr. Peabody are la a man aoleum on the second deck of the vessel. It cession, composed of the officers and men of each squadron. At the city hatl It will be received by Governor Chamberlain and staff, the Peabody committee, the city au thorities, Ac. The hall will then be cloaed until Monday, when the body will He In state, and the public will be admitted. On Tuesday the final ceremonies will take ptace, and tht body will be escorted to tie depot. ArjociTA, Mb., January 3d. Tho Legis lature will attend la a body tbe Peabody fu neral to-morrow. Doitoy, January 28. Robert C. Vr lolbrcp and other members of the citizens' commit tee of Boston, left to-day In a special funeral train for Boston. At Salem the trustees of the Peabody Institute and the Salem Acad emy of Science Joined the party. Mr. Win- throp deliver! tje eulogy at the final ob sequies. AwwAroUf, January 20.Both House of tho Maryland Le.rUU.taro to-day unani mously appointed a Joint committee to at tend in person IM funeral obsequies oi Geo. Peaixy si, rnnaetitatlre of tbe General Assembly of Maryland. Pobtlaxd, Jan 2o. The HrltUh govern ment Instructed the captain, of the Mooareh that tht remains of Mr Peabody were to He Instate on board that ship for two day after thetr arrival. Tho faoeral services commence at the City Halt at nine o'clock on Monday morn ing. Tho programnu 1 as follows t First, quartette and chorus from Messiah ( Laekry-Mosa from Mosarl's requlnm, by tbe Harden Association, accompanied bv the German orchetra prayer by Bishop Neely, of Maine; innate by the Portland band) chorus from Mesilabj prayer from Moses la Egyptt chornsei from Handel and Mendelssohn; chorus from hymns of praise, by the Hoyden Association, while tbe remains aro being taken from tho Hall. General HHI, of the 5th artillery, In com mend of the battalion of troops, will receive the remains from the dty authorities and escort them to the depot. To-morrow Ad miral Farragnt and Uff, accompanied by the trustee of the Peabody Educational Fond, and othar dlaiioKalahod trniau, -tbH the Mooaiaai. Iaut Tolerrapiile) Brevities. A tenant-right meeting at Dangawon, Ire land, wa broken np last night by Fenians. Emigrant la large numbers are itUl pass ing through tho Southern States on their way to Texas and Louisiana, Teaterday afternoon's train on tbe Nash ville and Chattanooga railroad ran over an obstruction twdve mile from Nashville and killed a man walking on the bank. He waa a itranger from East Tennessee. Tbe steamship Eagle which arrired at Havana yesterday morning, brought the crew of the brig General Marshall, from Boston, which waa lost at sea. Mr. Seward has gone to visit tbe planta tion of Colonel Dulueta, of the volunteers In Cuba. The second fleet of Spanish gunboats built la New Tork, have been seen oa the coast of Florida. They are expected at Havana to-day. Lewi Hyden and other prominent col ored clttscns of Boston have aent a letter of thanks to Senator Sumner and Congrcaa- nin ". "?" "ia tho Ylrglnla Parsoaatt, H. E. Offley, chler clerk of the Navy De partment, was at hi desk yesterday, after an Illness of ten days. Commissioner Delano left hero yesterday afternoon for hi home at Mount Yernoff, Ohio, and expects to bo absent a week or THE NEWS BY GABLES FRAIIVX. Tho rreoeb Army to at Ktf TJe la Laaitqatna or noeoas Tronaloo Fro 111 sea aal on am Commercial Hatioro-Keliffloae Hollars. Paris, Jan. 2C It I said no reduction will be made In tho French army this year, because of lhA recent troubles la Paris and elsewhere. The majority la the Chambers bam re solved to leave CMh member free to discuss commercial question according to hli own convictions, and not to make a final vote a teat of atrength of the Government. It 1 probable thu action will prevent a change In the Ministry. The Bishop of Anne livery sick at Rome, no wai visited yesterday by the Pope. It li rumored that Father Gratley will be super- ceded as the Superior of tht Order of Ora tions, on account of his letter on the Ecu menical Councils. Tho Papal authorlUe have forbidden the publication of the Bishop of Orleans of his letter to Archbishop Mallnei. It Is sup posed tho Bishop commit! himself against the dogma of lflfanblllty. BPAIjt, Tbo EleclloaBoltarato DUyod-Th Country AffMnat m STOattpebr feat of Moatpioaster CopaOrmsd Nappyaoan af tbo Spaa lata Can ealateo Its tbo rl oath em 110100. Madrid, Jan. M. Election returns from Iho province have been greatly delayed by heavy snows. Aa far ai heard from the country has declared against a monarchy Of tho candidate known to bo elected are 1 Unionists, 5; Democrats, 10 Progressives, 0) Republican and Carllit, 1. The defeat of the Duke of Montpeasler at Oreldo Is confirmed. Tht Spanish con aula tea at Mobile, Gal veston, Char ! ton aud Sydney, and tho vice consulates al Savannah aud the dty of Mex ico are suppressed. Tho present consnlof Spain at Mobile Is transferred to the vice consulate at Now York. I rraa Caba. Havaba, Jan. So. Yatmaseda la a letter to the Captain General, report that the Jurisdictions of Boyamo, Jlgneni aud Man- xlnlllo are tranquil, and Qnautaaamo, Bar- co and Santiago are free of Insurgents. He was about to leave Santiago for Los Tuna to assume command of the troop la that qnarten STATE LEGISLATURES. UEOBOIA. Atlanta, Ga., Jan. S8. The Ilomse of Representatives organized to-day, and elected. R. B. McWhorter (Republican) speaker. over J. E, Bryant, (Conservative,) by ti majority, Threo members, Messrs. Donaldson, Nunn, and Taliaferro were dedared to bo Ineligible by military commission. Tho scats of sixteen members havt been declared vacant on accoont of thdr refusal or failure to take the oaths required by the laws of tbe United BUtci. ALABAMA. Telcrapbl uaamarr. Tub ateamer Arlxoaa arrived la New York yeatcrdey, with $30,873 la treaiuro. Faa-DXKiCA G bai. chief of it It to Genoral Covada, and hi brother Ronton, have been executed at Clenfutgos, Cuba. Tub bid for Government gold In New York yesterday ranged from $1.31 33, to tl.31 70. Rironts. which seem to bo well authen ticated, are current to tbe effect that Minis ters Dane, LouTst, and valdrome, la Paris, will resign on account of a want of harmony on the commercial question. RcDOLrn. of Chlca.ro. taleirranhed to Dccrr. In San Francisco, that ho would plar him for the billiard championship of Amer ica, in can x rancisco, on tne istn 01 reoru ary. Deary replied, asking htm to postpone poesioio wv- f..ru that AaAa. it is sun that tbe rlotlog among the rail road strikers at Jersey cilr waa TnstlsTated by the rum dealer. Th Seventh ward of that dtv Is Inhabited almost exdnslvelv br the Erie operative, and the proprietors of the rnm shop of sours. lose thalr cnatom If their place are supplied, by New York ers. The Jersey City Common Council will petition iho Erie Company to reinstate the strikers. Tna nlectlona la Soeln hats attracted ten days. great attention, on account of the efforts of am aMUI ana mtnquxt tcuaenta to rnnco Aiontpensieramruaaoa w pi raijonij iq rthnaila Naw York will take nlace on the Cortoa. The Influence of Prim ha boon day. la seme Instance, parties who hart been favored with Invitation, have written notes lnanlrlnr whether, la view of tbe fact that thsy cannot be present, the can tranic. for their tlckiti "to a frliad." The an swer of Mr. Thornton has In every case been a decided negative. lnnimali. .Wall's Of xba Honsa. Dion Boudcault'a nw play, entitled' Mercy DodJ," was pro seated for, ,he first time la Washington by the company under Miss Laura Koene's management last night to an excellent au dience. Mlis Keene iqsuu dotermtasd to leave nothing undone oa her partjto provide the moat popular dramas forth entertain, ment otour, dtUens. NATfONAii TnBATBB. Tho grand traglo opera, MWllltam Tell," was attempted last evening by (ho Maretlsk troupe. To say that any part was done Veil would bo say log too mueh. The overture, with whleh all present wa more or less familiar, wa rendered only passably well, the orchestra From here tho party wenUql boleg weak where It should hire been strong, vlst la the stringed Instruments. "Lefranc," the fenor, has a laborious part to perform In this orora, but from the reputation that preceded t coming, all exV pocted to find him fully eqtal to It, Imagine then the disappointment wlwn, added to his ordinary acting, he was found (0 have, a faulty Intonation, sometimes above and at others below the pitch. We had hoped than la Mot wewontdbe compensated for having to listen, tho night before, to Lotll, who preferred tho innate of "Don Sebastian" (in terra solo) to that of "Linda." The trio la the second act wai received with slight applause. We "hardly suppose Clarrlssa lays any claim to being a first class prima donna. Reyna, a " William Tell," was compara tively good. He bafagood voice and Is a fair actor. Tho chorua, which was v,erj large! started well, but toward the closo of tho opera even thty were fanlty. Tho audience was largo and fashionable. Very Utile ethusUinxwai manl felted. National Allxoqbt and Tableaux. The grand National Allegory and Tableaux arranged by Professor Hagcr will be pre sented, for the fliat time here, at Metxerolt Hall this evening. The entire muslo will be sung by children of our public schools, over 400 forming tho chorua. Professor Hager tat been most careful and diligent la his re hearsal, and has brought his young milit ants to a high degree of excellence;, aud we have no doubt that the performance will pas off lathe most lucccuful mauaer The character of the entertainment Is entirely novel, and we urgo all who can make it con venient to attend to do 10. Ar thu pi la New York will take place on Tuesday, Afbq ball will Lake place at tho Academy of Music and the banquet, which Is to be m regal tne; at Delmonlco'i. M. Berthemy; French Minister to the United States, arrived In New Tork on Tuesday last. Jacob M. Bmwi, has been ordered to duty as superintendent of the National cemetery at Hatches, Mississippi, and Wes ley Merkwood same doty t Little Rock, Arkansas. TnaNaw CuA .Now that the question a to the admission of Ylrglnla Is at last settled, we may set about the work of put tlnironr bonseln order and nakloBrprcpa- I rations for tbo openlor future. Let us IsafpadousrQomhuoglariettblatkvelvet; Latold the error ox complicating the past wha wuuo -aunt rora, aaaaffoa toe arap-i jnin tne preaont, oi poopuog oar now wona W)in mo aoaaea 01 oeimnoa apuita, anil 01 waiting valuable time In m vain attempt to Inpart vitality to dead abstraction and sx lodad meorie. Uv seen must have away 4 Virginia, ad living prindpteo must guide their action. Tho powers and dalle of onr Legislature are prescribed by tbo constitution, which, however distasteful, was ratified by our peoplowlth, a.unaolrnlty Almost unparall eled, 'and that body 'will nd doubt soon pro ceed; to give effect to lis provisions abd adapt our laws to Its requirements. It will also proceed to the election of such State, county and munldpal officers a are prodded for. Wo sincerely hop that In outerios: upon the new era our legislators and our people will manifest that good sense, good faith and atarn lore of justice thai are so needful under tbe peculiar circumstances that surround them. Tbalr Btatels once more a member of tbe Union, and new duties and responsibilities attach to them. The Impress and impulse Siren to this commonwealth now; will etermloe U future destinies, and solre tht questions as to wneiner it is to do kept at war wlth the spirit of the age, dwell In the midst of hostile Status, and nnder lha frown of the General Govern ment, or whether It Is to throw Itself into tbe currant of protrress. have allies and friends among Its sister Commonwealths and tbat favor and asdlstanco at the hands of the Federal Governmentwhlch It somuch needs. The course taken now will decide whether Virginia 1 to continue poor, feeble, and tot tering, or Is, to become, rfob, prosperous, and POWffptKWqTwairiy, vy. wi.n ruim uTaaTwru, auausgon nc uiap err in bold relief, and with tho waUi covered with elegant moBograms.t "QiJt."' Tht whole produces a tsry solemn tbS subdued effect, the colon being emphatically thosi of mourning rather than magnificence. la tho centre stand the raised platform on which the casket will bo placed, aad around which. caiidelabras are arranged. At tbe entrance ot this mortuary cbapel stands an Immense, cannon, which will remain la It usual poal- tlon pointing to the room where tne dead man fie. Not far from this Chanel Is tho splendid cabin which was used by Mr. Bas se, on tne voyage, aua wnicn wm peoiauy Drenared for him. The officers of tht Monarch wi be very gentlemanly (la their b extended every1 courtesy to vouri out. The principal officers are as follows. captain, Jonn it. uommersai, o. IK v. u. Commander Arthur C. Cartls, Lieutenant Edward Pllklngten, Buff Commander Wm. H. Drisdale. There are eight engineers and; the usual number of midshipmen aud offiV cers of marines. r 1 V' ck Tbe Piyraoolb, which Is atraoit over shadowed by the huge monitor, lays off some distance She has one hundred and ninety mcaandj of, 1,70 too. Her trip from England, as It did oa her Mediterra nean course, showed extraordinary sailing qualities. She Is commanded, by Captain William II. Macomb, and the Lleatsuaht Commander la, Byron WUaon. The Ply mouth was formally called the Kenosha. As has already been announced, the pre parations for tho funeral ceremonies la Port land over tho remains of tbe renowned and liberal benefactor have been oa tbe moot ex tenslre scale. Tbe City Hall, where lha services are to take place, haa been rendered almost totally dark with emblems of mourning, and not less than thirty thousand dollars' worth of material nas wen employed la producing this sombre effect. Tho arrancemonta for tho ser flees la the City IIa.lL have beea so far modified, that mere m uq ng aaarcss, a onginaiiy in tended, but simply a prayer aud sieging by tbe Haydn Society It is probable, however, that tho remain will remain In state la tbe City Building for one, 1 crbept (wo day. (Br Talafrapu rtirtbff Arraarsauta for tho ' Yd a oral. ' I'outlakd, Jn SO. As the monitors steamed past the funeral fleet and took their lino la the rear, the Plymouth saluted the monitors, both of which replied, followed by Fort Preble. At hair past Ua the fleet weighed anchor aud tailed up to the Inner harbor, th Monarch leading, followed by the Mlantonomoh, Terror, Plymouth, and tho smaller vessels. At eleven they anchored off Fort QeorgcsiQ the Inner harbofti The spectacle was witnessed by a great number of people from the shore. The Peabody committee boarded the Monarch, and made final arrangements. There were no ceremo nial on board tho Monarch. The body will remain ou board until Bat urday noon, when It will bo brought ashore aud escorted to tht city hall by a naval pro. BiaTjaiT9TbewUlof Mrs. Nancy Clarke Bache, admitted to probate yesterday, pro vides tbat the bouse, No. 162 1 Chestnut street, shall bo sold, aod after tbe payment Of legades of I WO. 1.000. and 1 100, the proceeds shall go to the National Academy of Bdencea at Washington. Fire thousand dollars of the proceed, after the payment of tne legacies, u, nowovcr, o us iuTQ3iQu,auu tbe Income thereof to be paid to a legatee, after whoso death tho principal sum la to go to tbe above lnitltutlon. Out or tho estate of her husband, over which she had control, a beouest is maao 10 nerson 01 oskuw, wnicn he Is reqteeted,if hodlo without tune, to leave to the same Institution. The deceased was the widow of the late Professor Alexan. der Dallas Bache, of the United States Coast Survey. 1. Jggr la Kcw York duriog. 1869, no less than 111 persons laid violent hands upon them -telvc. Of tbe number 69 wero men, and 81 were women. Ur tbo raen.uo snot mem selves, to poisoned Ihcmselvt. and 18 bung themselves) only one woman hung herself. Poisoning and drowning were tho moat com mon jnodm of lelf-dostructlon among fe males. Of the whole number of suicides, nearly one half were Germans, while 23 were Amtriran, and yu were 01 insu nauvuy. ah srrcater lath rural parts than In Madrid. Thus far, good authorities announce the election or roar urieanists, nvo rrogression Uts, and six Republican. Celeoran has oeen ancauta. ah akj&tuuh pnr uaa uki 00 Impression on the canvass, only one Car list, a far as heard from, being elected. Tb Britlab shin Banionr. from Australia. arrived at Baa Francisco yesterday, bring ing tbo following political prisoners, sent from Ireland to the British penal colonies. In 18to and 1967. Thetr terms of transpor tation vary from five years to lifer John lvennT. LWints o. vuimsu, AJvoniaxieunea aey, natmce vigenoonen, raincs; iepey, Thomas Eggarty. David Joyce, John She- nan, mine a. vtnai, aatcnavi moon, uavm Cummins, Eugene Geary .John Walsh, Pat rice uaran ana nine ucnmi. inersav Ik.. ..It'.mJ tnitltrnltlaa aiirti aa tin iMtia country but England offers to political offen ders. Boon a the vessel reached tbe harbor, Mr Smith, the Fenian head-centre of Cali fornia, was notified of tht iact, and a com mittee was al once sent on board to escort them to tbe elly. They wero conducted to tbo Rust house, a flrsi-claas hotel, where rooms were prepared for their reception, and during tho afternoon were vlaltod by largo number of Irlah cltlzoos and other, who gave them a warm welcome to American oil. On tub AaniVALof the Peabodv fleet at Portland, Me., cm Tuesday night, Capuln William U Macomb, of tho Plymouth, came Immediately on shore and proceeded to the Falmouth House, where an Interview was bad with Admiral rarragut, a commit tee of iho town of Peabody, and representa tlvss of the Bute of Maine and the city of Portland. In giving an account of tht voyage from England to America, which be described a a very pleasaot one, Captain Macombo made tbe following statement 1 After leaving Bptthead tho two vessels sailed In company until the town of Ushant, In France, had been passed, when a gale of wind and rain struck them, during which they lost sight Of each otner. The Ply mouth, after endeavoring unsuccessfully to And the Monarch, by making transverse pnnraaa. Bailed directly to the rlaea of ren. dtsvouse previously agreed upon th Island of Madeira. In srolnar to Madeira, the Ply mouth made very faat time, aalllng about 14 knots an hour, and anchored in tne har bor of Fanchat, two or three days before the Monarch arrived. While layioir there a stormy southwest wind arose, and tbo vessel wm tit dangorof being driven on shore, so mat it wm toana necessary so snip caoie in standing to seaward and ran Into a safe noBiuon. 1 no uooarca was uiscorereo at anchor off tho town of Btanna, on the oibsr Tbo Alabama and Chalfaaoosa Ball' road BUI la Com o s7p la Ibo nan To-day, MonTOOMiay, Jan. 30. The Legfilature, for th past week, has been engaged on local bills. To-day the time of the Senate wa s entirely consumed In discussing memorial to Congress for the removal of disabilities, with no action being taken. Tho Seoate bill loaning the State bonds lo the amount of three million to the Alabama and Chattanooga road li to come up la the House to-morrow. Meeting Ar tbe past two nights la opposltloa to the bfll have beea held at the capital, and to-night the friends of the bill are making speeches. KEXTVCKT. Bosolnllono lo Protect Emptor ova Acatast wr;ra Emalayooa, LocisvTLLB, Jaa. 30. Resolutions were Introduced to day la the Kentucky bouse, to protect employers against negro employees. It provides that any one convicted or entic ing away from his employer, a laborer who has engaged in writing to perform, aervtce, shall suffer a floe therefor, and, that any one continuing to keep a laborer la his em ploy who has entered into a written agree ment, shall also, on conviction, do nnea tor the lame. HEW JERSEY. Taunton, N. J., Jan.aSv ThereaoUtloni concerning tho fifteenth amendment, were reported to the bouse this afternoon, and set down for Friday next, for consideration. CIIICAOO. HoavvDama: Aajatasl at Ballro-ad CsnipSBr-Jadf niadsjroU llworla la-Beaolatloaa Aaralael aboia'la las; Oeoaa Steamer aad In rarer af it Bad action of Xatloaal Expendl. area A Ylffllae Committee Pro poned. CniCAOO, Jan. 36. E. B. Philips ob tained a verdict to-day of 930,000 agalnat the Illinois Central railroad for personal In juries received by the explosion of a locomo tive belonging to the company In tho Cen tral depot In this dty In December, 1837. Henry W. Blodgetl, the newly appointed Jndge of the United States District Court, was sworn In today and took hi seat on the bench Resolutions were presented In the Board of Trade to-day against granting subaidlc to line of ocean steamers, and also that a large reduction ought to bo made in the ex pense of the National Government. "-illoensslou, they were passed. Res olutions were also aaoiaed that tho plan presontoa uy ui w.J " "? ..j, Trade for establishing a central agency ior the registration of warehouse receipts Is approved, and the president and directors aro hereby Instructed to enforce a compli ance on tho 'part of warehouse men with this or some other plac tbat will accom plish the desired object. Circular were Industriously issuea in mis city last night, calling a meeting at the Tre mont House for th purpose of forming a vlgUanto committee. Popular indignation 1 very Justly aroused against tno nunoroua gang! of scoundrels who now Infest Chicago. YIBUIMIA. daveruor wstlstos Will Corn IS ist Lea-lalatar m lb Stll of rabrsti ary, Wboa SJoaoral Canto Will Tarn Over tbe ofrmat Ds larbaae About ?teBr,eo Jtldlos; ta IbonUrrolCar. Kicpuojro, January 28. Gov. Walker, upon receipt of Information of tho President having signed the Virginia bill, will Issue a proclamatloa calling the Legislature to gether February 8. Qeneral Canby will give up all control of dill affairs when the Legislature moets and fills tie civil offices now filled by military appoitment There was considerable excitement along the street this afternoon, cauied by an at tempt of some colored rowdies lo ride la tbe Whitehall street care. Four were ar rested and taken to the station house, which wai surrounded by an excited crowd of negroes until a heavy polico force wa brought to the spot. Tht disturbance was made in aToruanee with a programme announced In epeectu by the negroes at the celebration yet lei day. Ooaaeerattonof a Bishop. MoBiLB, January SO. Rsv. Dr. Henry Nile Fierce wm consecrated BUhop of Ar kansas yesterday. Bishop Pieroe wm for merly pastor of St. John's oburcb, of this dty. Bishops Young, of Florida; Wllmer, of Louisiana, QulnUrd, of Ttnnesseet v, nite- house, of Illinois 1 end Greeri.ot Mississippi, were present Tho ceremony was very im posing. Lynch Law la Montana, Uxlkbi, Mortaba, Jan. 33. Iho body of the Chinaman, A. It. Chow, who mur dered J. P. Bulger on the 13th. of January, wm found this morning hanging on tbe cele brated hangman's tree of the vbJants. Placarded on his back wss the crime and the wordu "Beware, the vlgtlants still live." Koaortod Execution of "atoava. Charleston, S. 0., Jan. 30. The French lido of the island. Both vessd then got ,w "A " TO ,v" ". 't JZ pVr. . nn.W wa mrl aallrut with itMin am. favAM. I SlOOP-Of-WBt Llmlcr, SlX dOTS HOm POrt U- able northerly winds for Bermuda. Tho Prince, arrived here to-day, and reports that Konarcn saiiea quite siowiy in comparison with the Plymouth, tho screw betoor but little used, In order to save coal. Under theae circumstances the Plymouth proceeded In advance of tho Monarch to Bermuda, where she remained nine hows, taking la fresh provlsloas and such dispatch aa were there awaiting the fleet. She afterward a Joined the Monarch, and both veisels then soiled direct for Portland, making uae of both sail and steam power. A ORfAT meeting was held In London on Tuesday night to promote emigration to Canada and other British colonies. The Lord Mayor presided, and severs.1 emlueut men addressed the meeting, A submarine cablehaibceu ordered, which Is to bo laid along the Pacific coast of South America, from Panama ta Pavt. Pern. Tha Tinui had an editorial yesterday on the definitive adoption of the policy of an nexation by the United State. The writer sayst England, though tndlfferent.ll Mtound ed at the case of the Domtntca, which 1 -J... ..j ni.t,m.t un.,i!.n. ilm in , looe. omco.lt to min.go now. latered woali go . great way to check tbe growlDf eTl'i . In Cmciao Uil year tbcro were nlno ItinttainA hlrtha. .nd ATA thousand tWO bQQ dred and twenty marriage. Fmy-llio thoaeand ptrsooi became cltlaeaa during tbo year. Tna preclio period atwblcb lb. unmarried female la willing to confeii tbat aba la an old maid bat at tut been aacerulced. 111.. Jelf, of Kltaabetb, New Jereey, wbobaelu.t paaaed her one hundred and fourth birthday, admlla that ehe la an old maid, at lea.t four yeart ago. flalnave waa eeuteneed to doatb, and .hot on the 10th laitaal. . At tsl Hew England fair, at Portland, u... ut fall. UenrT 1111. ot Boeton. won three of tha principal prlaee with hla trotting honee. One of the Drtaee waa pld. bal tho other two, nrnonntlne to 1500, ha. o been ro fined, and Mr. Hall btenda lo au. the a.eo clatlon to recorer tho money. Ik Oho the rrapo crop of 1803 waa 3, tSS.iW pound. leaa than In 1M7 and there waa. falling off of mora than one half In th. number of gallon, of wlae presead a. boopand with 1887. EmwcirlTlO'. DaT, New Year., wa. largely celebrated by colored rP10 'n""- sary oflbo Issuing or tho proclamation of freedom by President Lincoln It Is stated In Parisian Journal tbat tho renowned Italian tragedian, Ernest Rosal, has been secured by an American manager to give a series of one hundred pet form anccs. fc Tin mi bo did not advertise has been taking an account of hit stock, aud li atton libed to find that he has so many goods on hand, and Is equally astonished that hli sales have not been larger.