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WASHINGTON CITT. D. 0., FRIDAY : MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1870. .IN0.51. Vol xi Auction Salci. BT coop-in L1TIHIU, Aa.t're. (SuietMorllo J. O. MeOnlr.aO..) . Ibti.lk ilnal, lui Ilk B.IU1M. MULT HIW nooitaoin ,TOEKlIUlJ m iwI4hm of lady doo-lalo koaaakoopias' rl roaldaooe of lady doo-lalo koaokeeplaf 1 niYiflHl -, VtjT SJP0.-.M Mll.Ua 0 n...kij Kiukii ranim """" . T rl- - blJri Oi KMIWM4 VM riiii9. , rl IK'S tefpot. o.oEi.olitoiir.wUHolfe.fpjt. vOIBBIBBa """.?. ifaayCfcso,bor rraUar mVibcuimm. wiadow I robot. r ShadVe. UalroaA Beak KiUmiM. utkeV BeUtor l Woot4 0iklktuloSlkUfTAbU, ldeTabla, DloiajtOhatro., ,L fblofti4 0toWoro,dtlolhtt4MatUof . RtowarraCookiaf tora(ooa-apUte. '"MH Mi ' KtUkOBBq,tthoi,fto.,ee. . ,,.,. Torat.Caak. OooTER LATIWBB, j(H-a to tor. ilttloftMI. BT- WH. I- WALL o CO., ASCII., NawMarbloIlulldlnf, Cerasrf PamasylfaelaAveaasead alata etrooU; .7.1 oof hTiiik atroot. at a petal djiual ivaair Li nM tka aoatkwoat ooraar of 0044 loifto4 ri loaoaaloaei aaaa aetata i OBI ibobo bomb iwoa-- iawi "--r drodaadolzlo.a foot to aa allay itboaooaoatk with aald alloy twoety root uim woai e uo piaae The. insMttnult ooaalat of aswl.ballt Throe-at,ory Brlak Hooao, wilkA fod atoraroon h. nroDartr n4i ooaTaraoaoto oo Wliaooiovoui ifeayoro paid. Iuon aad oaaaTaaelat atpmr- poW wkottarprtTlabldf. W Tr W. L. WALL & . ivavmiu'i Tratv AoatlfOMro. rtJTVBBJATa. BT COOFta LATIHCB. And'ni (SiHftwn to Jonro O. Mrtjnlro fc OoI oatfcwoat ograor of PaanjUatU aroaao oa4 KloToatbatrnt. Turrrft'i jiti or Tii.trBt tvpftorin' rnorKTl amp viiiini i biiir itnr. niTwtn h iVaffflK INK MilMTU flT BI1T Uadaraad br vlrtoo of a daod of trial to lk raao, oaariaf inn iko porir Uhroato4 Ikotofo. wilt - ol PV llo aaatloa. tko proaatao. at StTO '!, p i.,oT(JMDTt tholaldarof robroarr. A, O ISA), pari of lollfo. (Ilia Koaaro aoaakarod aao koodrodaod lfblr'two, (7t) rrootlor 0 rMloaTbtrd traataad baitac odaptbor obool W foal. Tko anl lot laid will wUklbo kM. (a 3oo4 oao, ) vllk I roal of W foot oboafc. Tbo r. vooatlwlUkoo14 U oaoaroUloiaof oooat faot frool oob A plot will bo oibtkltod olaolo. Tonaoohi aOdawooooaklwkoa propotir la atratk off.toaldno wllklo Ibraodora Ttfaaaok QOOrEUatLATlktEK. HV-4U Ao alto oao ra. T)T COOP KB LATIHCR, Awel'a. (J (Suoaauora to a. U. MoUalra . Uo ) oSMUkwoalooratr of Potaapiftala inut aa4 lUTOaUaurooU rnmr.itr HM or B1AL ItTlTI. EllCoorloftkoDlatrlBt of Ootanbta. aa4 la Ilf Tiriuo OI Haaarva) vi in oupnai jaaa.aaaiarr ,. Maai tTii.fiikiUiL a a. Etioi K. Do V ai.waBBIlu "I'l",' . v.?.''".. DAT. tkoild dor o? fabraur, A, IX 1870. at o'aloak p m , ea tko proploaa. tbo woal mi lot It, lo !!' to oaitoilaf lor oold oa Mania aUoot at Iko aorikwoai ooraar of Tt Of port lot, aod roaalaa; Ikoooo aoalkwoTdiy apoo tko -waaiarakoaooorror aai ini f aiooa. a iau tOOtd lit OfkUOO. r III faoilO'; laat tkjooa auUrtrvara Ua HltlirUkiUNb a dlauooa of II toot lata E' aoatkara boaadorr of aatd Hortb B atroot. a dfa. uoooortl root a ad T laakoo to tko aata ploooof bt oiaaiaKf tad InaroTooifBlitOOBataUai of a tkroa Tiorr BilCK. UWIbtfaa wilfc b.ataoat, .a- ilBIBB lu rv"Bia. Fi m vtfvvt avi., vvat . l of tko rarakBtor. Adapoaii of em wlUbo lilrMof fko patekaaof atlko fallof Ikoaoaa. r If tko tarau of aU aro aot oonpHod wiU arty will boraiold al ' ! iaa PTOF of Uo 4raamar partbaaor, A w. HCHAHiT.Traiiooa COOPBK LATIN Kit. Aaet'o. TW OuuPEU UTriMlfB, Aaol'ra. 15 (SaoMorat Jm.O. UoOulr fcCol iuBlkwoat sorarr of PoaaarlTaaU ATOia aod KWfoaU oUffoi. 1L1 or VlLOiB OiBLl IHPSOTID fcfATK nir SIXTSl WliTtlitwlllJIOltM K KKA SinTn Br hirt :HDLtT2IITIL IBTUkciTI UI flMDlBUtl BUTOJI. Br vlrlao of life d4a of trait. 4it4 tt.dalod ro. iwoilfalroa lb lltn dar of rabraarri M)0, aad Iko 10th dayolkoptanbor. i. , sod nfirdod la lbaro T tit a, ibmii iBBdatalooB.foltoaenW-ar "ldm ? br dirooiloB of tko Traoaortr of tka Tlral bo iilao Boll J las AaaoaUtloo. wo will aotl la or Iko proail" at pabllo aoatloa. o iatlDLY:iaa Stli divrtakfnar BBJ.L al fto'tlockp am all tkatplaooof p4TooloaTo4 aad proisJaoo. lylar a4 bolaa ta IboaaioTollr of Waabiaiioa, ajfdnsowa aad dierlbod aa baioa parlor lolojanborad nbarad Iwaatr. !,) la rqaaro bbbi. kaodroi oadolahlr-'oar, lll,l Vila .uuiltknitrtkMitMrttraf aaJAlal. -oor-BTjno aad roaatar tkaooo ooBlk atoac WmI tUlooaib atroot oovobIoob (1TI fool aa4 a) (8) lackooj thoaro wait oo baadnd sad ols 106Waol ffttx tin laehooi tkaaao aonk BOToalooa UTJ faot aad six U) Itakoat sad tboaoooaatoao baadroj OBdaia (1MJ fool aad al (II iacboa, toikapUnof boftaklar. tka mbi bolaa laiproTod by attt4 u aabataotul two atory Fraioo to uoaao. loraaoioaiB bo paid at tbo Toraaoreatoi Oaotblrdoaab.orwbUbfloomaat aod twolvo moatko, with UtaraU, to bo aovarod fc j adtodof Iraat oa.tk proatlaao aldt aad. If Iko tarma aro aol ooiapUai wllb la 4to 4aya ahar tbo aalo, iko Iraatooa raaro Ibo rttkl to ro-tall al lima ai aai. p mv w.n b . IhO Nil aaoooaior ibo bfh parvaaaar, l.raaclai aad '"1V21,lttn.pV Fa a WILLIAU A. raAWJCT. COOPIR a LATIMII. BT TIIOMAj DOWttJlCirABMllaitaool 11 VIUDU ITkMKT, QaOKOlTOVYJI. aifiitinn V1LMIU J1 faIff JgJJJIOIOlTOW. B. Vabraarf M. 170. al thai LOT Of UROUHD alloatod i Half a to. a nMDtaa U Holgkto,aa4boaodod aa foltowat U-tiaalas: ata 2t-aaBdMTaty(17 coraoi of Boad aad ( aASlllB.I t Boad aad Coajtroao a I root a. aad raaalo ll UBO Ibo aorUwaat ooraar of vfm. O. Bearr'a (pti Ikaarooaawrly wUbtkoacrtk llao or ataaor'slol oao kaadrot aad twaaly-two fott if o taaaao lo ibo woatliBoof afoariooa foot wlaa aUyilbao aortk with aaldj llao of laid alloy U tko Malaoaoo aoraaroi obbibob unir i lot. in (oaaaawiia I' I0II0 proporty, A dapo It or BlQO will bo roqalrod aa woaaaiaapraporty iaaaoo04 OOWB, or II Will bolainodlBlofy roaold If tbo larma of solo aro aot ooaipUod with wlikla Ira dar a, tbo propoHy ollf bo rooolral tko riak aad ooat of tko daaoll- XnooBTaraaotBr.UaladlBi mtobbo ataupa at tbo foal of !& psrcbutr " u. vunnii.LT. Jaal oodU lor ) AaoiUaor. mOOOPEIldi LATIMttlt, Anel'rT. 13 (Sueooaaora to Janaa O. UoOuUo h, Uo.,) tiooibwoilforaarof feamrlraala'aToaooaad &aauu . DRUGS ANDMEDICINES. tfE. H.LEWIS,; ia Di4ti. i. a Flee Dnigi.Medltlifti and Chemifali iTHO i ?DLL IRflORTUINT t toirs, BamuH.rimunimis 3STO. SL Y.M.C.A.UUIIDING, KIKTU ABD O BTBEXTI. nilfrut .f CiluHh pM I., loth J? "im bmll Ur. II. C. .1.1 If nwUluu ; E2B .Iru.ef. r.rlfc.f .'..fer ...m B.a.l..ld tiaik In ( J....rr, Jni al 4 Alga, ill li.l butrUIr Ooltmblf. Ml UI.I lhl pert 1.1 i.Well.!lo !.)) ? rfomfkff dr.3..arrtr-M... fjo. I7.) f..ui.awCi. iL..7.iT.l.a --- ! knaiJn HAatlaaiaa am tha (Boarai Boor aa-a iwihiii bbbtb h wii. Tkotorpef aaio.aa prooortbo WUl dooreo. areiOoe third of parakaae titiT oe Wl ! Mh i tfco roaldoa laiiri waal UiiOlaiaaU, of a aad LwalvaMoatha. with laUraitfromtba dir of LAaArflAfedi.t ftHkAkll lA U K lln H I Tartaaot Boiot ubo iir 01 ufriniua ioobot to bo paid oaakjokoBditbo rtitdno Ibataof la ro apoatlralr 4 aad 11 Boatbo rroai dar of aafo wltb lauraat. to bo aooarai br dood ol traal oa tbo proporkr. A 4oo4 ilvoa Wboa alt tbo parekaao 111 Br TlrUo 0( a 4oo4 or Inial boAriai dalo oa tko IStborioobar, A J, M. aa4 daly rooordod la HUrTaad M, Wo. i t folio 49. aad al tbo roaaaat or tbo party oaarod thorob. I wlltoff.r fi? aaJa.oa iho proalooa, 00 WlOBklDAT AC TianOOB. Vabrnirv M. 170.01 ft o'olook. all LB MIU Tbo atloatlf a of oaptUtlaU la oaMod to tbla prop, oaiy. aoit It oao of bmI ollclblo bo I III if lots aow focalja. Itladlrooilr oppmIU T4ov Plaoo. aad aooiB M. LlalbwaDValolorao aoaoo. Tar silt Oao balf aab balaaco la alx aad twolVO BtaBlha wlLk liUrul. aaJ aaaarad tka LIBRiJtT ABD PAlIfTinnS AT APCnoif. Oa UOffUAY BVklflBCl. Joaaary 31, 1170. a I t o'aloak.al oar Aaitlaa Konno. wo Btall oolt tbo Library aad Palanan of tba lata uao foo. Jr. Alao, a Mabofaay Map Hook, owaod aad ao4 byOto Ooorso WaabtBflOB. Tbo Booka aro bow ob tbo aboUos sad Cats loiaaa aro raa4r for dlatrlbnlloa Tarmaoaak, COO PI 2 k tATHIIS. A'DkfK(riaiKatfvUumaMl. rtjofrtrrtlemedlAlt-nlgbt, it "bli'-reel dMMttMottnt neaaaat, Tbt eotertam xaeai wa4oneof loo aertea propoeed to be Ktredbjotr promiaeat cltUcni, to brlflg about -better feeling: between Congreai' rnenund tbo' clllitnl 6f WAioiogton by dntwtocthem cloier tojetUrio tocUl later' com. Thla loclal communion cannot fall lo remit In good, at ltmafcct rolonand peoplo better acquainted with each other, and the iendeocy 14 to dlipel the tolinn. derttandlog (hat ha loo often preraUed At theaeenterUlnmenUnAtteraofthabeit Intareet to lh city are dUaonied la ft friendly aod mcM way. Each, torn to know the olheT better, nod n goo wndenUodlog fol lower , 8 a Atplhotertainm(ttt UK' night Mr Brown ipftdou'pftrlort ware thronged, by a'dUUdgoliliU cocorADy. whohidbut one regret, which wao that, the ptrtlog hoar hid come too eoon- Mr. Brown recelred hl4 guctte In tho mosl hoapltable manner, acd wm gracefjillyLMrfiled j Mri. Brown and Ure. Chllda, of Boaton, Mlae Brown and Mlit Child. Anonx'lk dUUantihed gen Uenea preuot were Se'aAtort ' Hon 111, of Mftlnei Hje, Bawyer, Oaboro, rratt, and rattenont RepreaenUttre Btogham, C4ook, Coocer.Crtb. Ferrr. Ollollfta. IUle. Uor rill, Beofleld, fihinki; Btere'a, WUlUnuod other i uod. John R. French. Sernaatt Arm of tbo SnU; Judge Emery, or Kentnckyi ftnd C. J. Oitr, kWrtUry bf the Faru legation. Antoog the proDWneal cltuene ajao present were Messra. A. R. Shepherd, Lewi Clo phne, U. Bemkeo, It. If. nail, Franklin Fhllp, A. G. UaU, VT. B. Todd, Vf, S.IIant logton, Dr. C. n Ntcbot, J W. Thorn poo, J. W. Bolder, VT. 0. Hotierott, J. D. De free, U. 0. Emery, TV. K- Bmlth, tnpatin teadeat of the botanleaJ gardana, Clark UUUtJohnT. Mitchell, WUlIara Mitchell, Ilallet Kllboora, B. T, Freocb, 8am uel Tonag and many others. After an hoar passed la pleasant, social conTine.lbe caetii oartooVlOf din decant repasVaad'fult Jntlra waft done to the palatable dltbe provided The cotopany separated about mldnlgbt. Tara actio r Commlaslioaer of Internal Rerenno yeatefdaT-ordered the aelinra of ft largo quantity of whisky la Ban Franclaeo, oppo4 to BATf teen madf on im Auanue coast. rtrT?hiirn(i'PwnTJ-Ttim ctrar makri of ClocloahU held ft meetlag on last Bator day afternoon, January 33, to recelTo re port on tba ntgotUiloo to actll the diffi culties between them and their employer, who hare redoced the scale rrlce to the ez teat of $3 per thousand. Tba employer assort that crery commodity baa been re dact d la prlco, ibat cigar also will hart to fall, and that consequently wage mast bo diminished. The ctgarmakerscoaUndthat the idling prlw of cigars ha sot bead re duced, and that at the old rate they can only earn 917 ft wek, which la lnsonlclen to support themselre aad their families. The hand complain that the reduction has been maoVld winter, whea eiery poor man Is anticipating suffering for hla family from want of th veeesaarlcs of life and that tba manaJMtnrara har written to other cltlos, asking tbo member df the manufacturer aaaaaiauooa lo aaoptiae umuanau ouioi wloes, aad to refuse to employ cigar makers from ClodanaU. The cigar manufacturer of UlpolaBAtl, at &o eonforence, rofaood to agreo to any term but those proposed by themselroa, aod lh6 cigar maker hare re- aoireu to continue toe eiruce. ine uifrar Maker' International Union, howerer, offer to send money to set up the striker la bosl bs for themselTcs, two or three together, la different part of Cincinnati. A strike le reported oa tie Lake Bopeiior railroad, Min nesota, against ft redaction of wage from tl.TS toll a. day. Tbo striken, 700 In number, hare stopped all work, and threaten 0 stop the trains. It aasus to hae been, OTerlooked b 8bakJtTtii(crlUes that yUmlM'a unclo,1 the kfng,wara pawnbroker, fbr we read thatllamlaf ktneabJm merely to redeem a pieag. , iQptlda WllE EYESIQHT aeturattly tutted iciih Pcbhtet or other Sptdacltt ty mvvy annotriny ajao fWHm. 11.11. IIEMPLER, Optician, National ITotcU Wood and Vial.' WOOD AND COAL GREAT REDUCTION Iff PSIOE OF WOOD ABD COAL IB rJriO Kaa ooioar praaaa, inii Wood aad Coal, wo karo iklo day rodac prtooato tbofoilowtacrBkoot LyboaaVaiioriiArtoaofftllOraaadir.J..! lew (0 a-fto TOO em too k ak. WhltoAahj CkoalBBl, Plao WooJ. DOPoori.'. Oak w.... H..k. w. w-xgzwwaih " atroot wkkit waokiaiwa, u u. JaflAaTt,l70. jaW-laa WOOD AND COAL. at tko at thirty 4s yo wo will offor oar slock 01 nvviianu i 'iivain' "l" jr Aienunicti xritii LykoaaTaUoy Bod Al Coal. P"t .aU Coot. Mr loa tin SO &araaldoVrooBBfaUcCoal, ' ....... 9ta 'kltoAahOi. " .ttJOtf 00 Oak Wood, por ooffl... ; 7 (0 iMooWoo-KlT " . If . j. ..... v- w AaavoAl . .oodapor oor.,, 0Ol " itr. (U IDliD BPLlTVro&D. aador ooror. coa l.alla.a ka.J.IJL. oo-ai "VumVSTB.C TTlt. II. UAUPBELLA now. Cor. Bltlh atroalaad Mliuor ayaaao oa oaaal. or.Bltlha JalS-ooln QBKAT DEDUCTION IN PRICE OF COAL! lKMl toaa Lykaa's Tallay Bod Aah. 1,000 toaa boil qaallly Wblto Aak. ! iaiiniii.il ia aaor o aiuaa vol laair hoory wlatai a lock. wlU. from tklo 4alo ail! at a rii (vancuwa aa lurna-r iva Oak, Hiokorr. aa4 Bakoro Ma wood. aaw aad split kladilag . ft a,, ooaataatly oa kaad. TABDS, Sooth A ilraal, botwaaa Tlral aad otooad ata. Capitol Hill ( 4TT otk I atroot, botwooa Hm 1 a4 BOTOBta atroata, Mary TanL WIIIIAM H. BARB0TJB A CO. Ecii EtUto Agent. BAVfSkCaoss. Jambs W, Wiui. (mntB m. vrravaTT KKAL E3TATK EXCHANQE ikoKERB, ODTU II D I. XTWilll ilXTK .ID I IT ITU tTKIITS WIST. JOEK B. ABEISOV, IIU.VX. ESTATE AUEflT nt.itf..lti4 ul r.irlrMf.Ttri., CHdiciBoii.Disai.oTJ.nnr.ttioi aiu.i.r uoijjis b'6T3 i.u IWlllI tk.illtf.l m K0.48GREDnOEDiH0.48B MAllKRITEK's' U.Wa. nihil Ul. M.M. k. .iBi.tllr lire paviui1unuinuh, window sulaues, ovauanubuuaki; ' piotuue vrames. wotu1ie oom an1 tumslls, nuiuitrinintinjtibi, PAINTlNdtt, KNOUAVINUM, CU 101103, SWWIJ UBAUKtrrS, lu.. M. Alt urM.Mlk. MMhutiiaH poMlib trloi .,.. i?iU'ViJnuuiiibi Alllboabovoaloclial UKilVvXD 1-IIICES DBTIL TBI l-IRST Of UARCII HI XT. WAiniHCTOS lACTt AHD IMFUUIOM. Abmt OftDHi, CriJ S. IL Lticom hu beea ordered to report to tb inperla tendent of the gtuenl recmlUij Mittot, New Tork city, for doty t -Tort Oolimtei Tint Llent. O. Voft,, JJIichei , to report or1 datr to eopertotcna'eiit of moontM reenitU log eerrlot t CrUl UrrmcU. Breyet Lieut. CoL X. BtoodfOod, epUln thlrtj-eljhlh Uolted BUtet lafk&try, hATlof beta MaUnced by general conrt-mariiai to be dU rallied the aerrioef on leTiralchmrfW, tod scDteoie of UU coort Ivu bea approtpi, and Captain Dloudtood ceei tooe an offi cer of the (Jotted State army. Tnt caowdxd ooKDiTtOB of par eolofflns this momlag prtfenU the pablleatloa of somt matter of local IntereeW We regret especially that we could not' get lot brilliant speech of Corporation Attorney Cook In; type. That speech 1 a genkja lit way II wat dcllrered at ft Republican meeting at; Union League Hall last night. It wat CH rected entirely to the RirrjaLiCAif aad SUvi and waa the slUlett, alcklleat and moat bralnJ less twaddle that aa ever opened his mouth to otter. We Wilt publish the report to-morrow to tire the pablle a epeclmen of toe wit, humor and ability of the Jackass who bnuglet with the law matttrt of tbt cor poration. Dott ox Salt, The Btate Department yesterday transmitted to the Secretary of the Treasury (the folio wing order of the Bpanlah wrvroawuti fr jt., . , Toe comaTCrca of lalt beloc dtelared freew the Iftdistrtal tax will be from tho 1st of January a follows t First Tariff First claisi Salesmen on their own account or on commlssloa by wholesale and retail, or py retail only If common salt or purified. Blxihclassi Warehouse of lt Inquan tltlissmalUr than It) kite. Tariff of Patentat AmbnUat merchants' going to fair and market soiling tail Id qaanllea maller than 10 kllat, 10 escndos. Captains or master of Teel colec Into port or eontlguoaa Island sslUag salt on their own account or on commlssloa, 40 es cndos, (one cscudo 60 cent.) TntrASSAOBof the bill la tbeDonseof Repreeatatlres yesterday to repeat "all taw and parts of law gltiag to officers and departments of the gorernmtnt the privilege to send or recelre letter, docu ments, or other mailable matter'free," will perhaps please some of the country editor who were clamorous for the abolition of the odlou franking privilege a little too well. Should It become ft law after the tad of the prcseot fiscal year they cannot send their hebdomadal to their subscriber lo the county where printed free of potge at now, and they must pay the postage on the papers they exchange with other publisher, Jn nct an eytot a little exertion may exalte a Good "or petitions from ine "masse" quite dtfforent la character from those that hare beea comlog for the repeal. DirABTirsTT or Aobicdltubb. IIoa. Horace Caproa, Commissioner of Agricul ture, Is dally la receipt of numerou applica tions from all sections of tht country, ask ing for supplies of oeodo, pUalo, Ao. It will at much trouble and disappointment to the public to know that It 1 not la the power of the department to oomply with inch request. The rery meagre appropria tion made by Congress fof tbe ''purchase and distribution of seeds," Ac, will not pos sibly admit of auy general or miscellaneous distribution. Tbe commissioner is, there fore, most reluctantly eonstraloed to decline all application of thU character, and con- nne mmaeir strictly to tbe legitimate object of the department, a Implied by the spirit and Intent of the law creating tht same, aod will hereafter only distribute seed, Ac, through the medium of Btate aad Couoty Agricultural Societies, organised farmer' club, and the regular monthly statistical and meleorolog Mil correspondent of the office, the equally reacblog every portion of the country. Natal Obdibi. The following naval order were Issued yesterday f Detached, Lieutenant Commander Stephen A. Mc Carty, from the navy yard, Ktw Tork j En sign W B. H. Trailer, from the navy yard, Philadelphia t Ensign J. TB. Bleaker, from tht naryyard, New Tork t Ensign Adolphus Matx, from tht naTy yard, Washington, on the Stst Instant, and ordered to tht Coa- gress by the Sth of February next I LUn tenaot Commander Henry F. Picking, from tht Naval Academy t Master BIoomfleldMc Ilraae, from the navy yard, Philadelphia EoslgaaJoha E. Plllsbury, J. R. Selfridge, and C. P. Welch, from the navy yard, Bos ton Passed Assistant Surgeon C. t. Well, from the navy yard. New Tork i Assistant 8urgeon Charles 8. Caaalo, from the receiv ing hlp Yermont oa the 811 laitaot, and ordered to the Colorado on the 15th of Feb ruary next. Ordered, Captain Edward T. Nichols, aa chief of staff of, the Asiatic fleet on the 15th of February ntxt Lieutenant Commander O. F. Heyermao, Master Geo. M. Totten and U. W. MEte, aod Chaplain John K. Matthew to the Colorado on the 15th of February next Burgeon Haary.O. Mayo, to tht Colorado aad at fleet surgeon of the Asiatic fleet on the 15th of February, next t Master Wm. Watt and Burgeon Wm. M. King, to the Congress on. the 6lh of Feb ruary neit. WouKmta to bb Dischabq id. Orders have beea Issued from the Nevj Department to suspend all work at the yarlons navy yards under the bureau of construction aod bureau of steam engtneerlogt hence ft large number of workmen, oonslstlog of ma chlnists, ship-carpenters, painters, black smiths, jol&trt and other branche of mechanism, will be discharged. It la thought that betweon six aod eight hundred workmen In both the New Tork aad Boston navy yarns, ana lourornrenuodreaiatne Philadelphia and Portsmouth (N.U.) yards, will be affected by this order, bnt in our own yard ft small number only will be discharged, as but one Teasel the Kansas 1 being nuea oui ner. eua ft great majority or ine workmen employed In the yard aro under other bureaus whlCb have not exhausted their appropriations, and are, therefore, en abled to continue work. Tbe cause of the above order la tbe ex penditure of the appropriation of tht Bureaus of Construction and Repair arrg Steam Engi neering', though tbe other bureaus of tbe Department Tarda and Dock, Equipment and Recruiting, Ordnaoce, Navigation, and Medicine and Surgery have plenty of money to their credit. The appropriation bill, hew irer, contains a clause forbidding tbe trans fer or use of the funds of one bureau for tbo work of another, hence the Secretary 1 on able to retain, the workmen under the two bureau above named. o , Work will be resumed a toon aa Congstss Will authorise the transfer of funds, as there laa sufficient amount on hand to carry on all the work ualU July. The Colorado, now beUg SUtd oat u n0w Tork. and the Coo gress. at PMladelphla, have bin excepted, and thy will bo completed Immediately for active service, the necessary amomt to complete them having been reserved. Sec retary Robeson baa written to the Naval Committee ol the House and Senate, asking Ing a repeal of the clause prohibiting transfer. HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS ..a . . a I, i. THE BALL IN HIS HOHOXU THE ELITE OF THE CITY PRESENT. The President ia Attendance. The hall last night lo,honor of Ills Rovat IHghnt Prince Arthur was probably on of the most toAgulflcent affair ever witnessed h this city. When It wat positively ascertained tba. Prince Arthur would visit Washington Mr Thornton dturaataed, In eon sequence of, tbe-erewd that-woeld undoubtedly be In ttanAan Ia fiavo a. liaJl In hla tinnnr olao- whartthtnat hit rettdence. After Inspect lag several place he decided apon the beau tlfal hall In the new Masonic temple, at the cotbot tfPInlh and P streets. The Sail la rWltie second floor, reached by ft wide and CAiy aUUy, through a irxlous entrance oa F strttt. Upon making application to Admtrar.jDahlgrca, commandant of tht naty yard for flap for decoration, tbt were eneirfoUy tendered, and Captain K. Randolph Bre, witn several auooraiuaie eCBeer from tbe nary yard, were detailed to dteorato the hall. Captain Breeae and hi ores wero at work al day yesterday, aod succeeded o well Inthelr labors a to receive the highest encomia mi from all who were present last night. TUB BALL ABD HOW IT WAI TBWVBD. The ball 1 about 110 feet deep by 40 wide, and 14 ta all respect well fitted for It pur pose. The floor was aewly waxed, and waa In excelioot condition for danclog. At the, east or upper end of tht hall a platform, It entire width aad about 13 feet deep aod 4 feet high, had been erected, and wat neatly carpeted aod famished with sofa, arm chair, Ac. The centre aofa and chair were upholstered la eolferlno rep, with gilt1 stripe. Tht remainder of the furniture we In purple and gold rep. Over tbe platform and on either side of the walls were flag of the United &tata and Great Brlte a.ftoallf Intertwined and festooned and fastened wltb small American flag, formed Into a rosette. Wreaths of laurel and natural flower weie intertwined with the flng. Over each ldt gaa-llght wa ft beautiful wreath of fragraut flowtrt At the west cad of the hall, and between the doorways, two splendid American flag were displayed, shaped like a shield. At the same end of tbe ball, and over the gal terylQ which tbe music wa sUUooed.au other beautiful archway of flag wa formed. Toe nail wat lighted by eighteen three- pronged aide gaa brackets, la enamel and gilt, oa each prong a "crown" shed forth light frool three bursars, la front of the music gallery wa a design, the centre pleco being ft six point star formed of gaa Jets, on either side of ltd star shone ten brilliant gas tight. Oa the side platform and the floor were ranged cane-seat chair, sufficient to scat over two hundred people. TUBoriHtKO er TUB BALL. About nine o'clock Mrs. Thornton, ac otnpAoIed by Mr. Le Strang, entered the hall, and heartily greeted the four gentle men selected to act a "stewards' or "floor manager1' of the affair These gentlemen were Hamilton Fish, Jr., Captain Max Woodhall,U. 8. N. Captain Breese, U. 8. N., and Mr. Seatoa Monroe To the lapel of each of these gentlemen Mrs. Thornton pinned a blue silk ornament, to designate them. After looking through the hall, tbe lady took a position about tweoty feet from the entrance door, la readiness to receive her visitors The secretaries and attaches of tht Eogllth Legation, In full uniform, and wearlog swords, hovered round her. to carry oat her wishes. Mrs. Thornton was elegantly arrayed la ft white motre an tlque dress, with satin quilting around the trail, blue ailia pualor Joopo4 with rod roses, blue satin body with lact over body. Mr. Le Strang wa bewitching! j attired In I white Illusion puffed aad ornamented with rosette of while satin. Mr. Ford waa attired la while aatlo dress, with flowing trail aad closely fitting body. At 9.SQ o'clock, General ZelUo, Marcy and ladle, followed by Jodge Wyile aod ft large number of guests, entered the hall, and were recelred with grace and dignity by Mr. Thornton. About P.43 o'clock, Secre tary Trench, of the Legatloo, entered the room and Informed Mr. Thornton that the Prince had arrived. She at once proceeded to tbe foot of tbe alalra and recelred Hi Royal Highness, who politely offering his arm, entered the hall escorting his hostess. Tht band played " Qod Save the Queen," and the Prince with Mn. Thornton, followed by hi suite and the attaches of tbe Lega tion, proceeded to tbe foot of the platform, at the east eod of tha hall. Here they re mained standing until the rnuslo ceased, and then tht Prince cordially shook the hand of ft number of hi new made acquaintance. The Prince wa dressed lu the uniform of tht royal rifles, and wore upon his breast the Order of the Garter Colonel Elphlnstone wore the full field dress uniform of the Eng lish army, and wore a score or more medal J of honor. Lieutenant Plcard was dressed in hi uniform at an officer of artillery, En sign Fllaroy wort a almilar uniform to that of the Prince. Minister Thornton wore full court dress with sword, aad alt tbe members of foreign legations were attired la full court dress. The guest now commenced to pour to, and Mr. and Mr. Thornton were kept ex ceedingly busy In receiving their visitors. The Prince, meanwhile, circulated very freely, aajlog ft pleasant word to nearly all be met, frequently chatting a moment with one or more of the fair ladle present. abbital or rnxst&txt obabt. Al twenty minutes before eleven o'clock It waa announced that the President and hi company had arrived. Prince Arthur and Mr. and Mrs.vThornton at once proceeded down tbe stair and met the party. The Prince gallantly extended his arm to Mrs. Orant. Mrs. Thornton waa escorted by the President. Mr. Thornton offered his arm to Mr. General Porter. The party entered tht room In the following order, the band meanwhile playing "Hall Colombia 1" The Prealdent.and Mrs. Thornton, Prince Arthur and air, urant, Mr. Tuorntoa and Mr. Porter, Gen. F. T. and Mr. Dent. The throng mode way aod the distin guished party, followed by nearly all tht members of tho Cablutt, walked to the upper end of the ball and took seats on the platform. Mrs. Orant waa attired In eherry-colored velvet, with white satin overdress. She wort diamond and pearl ornaments. Mrs. Porter wore a while silk dress, with red tatla. Mr. Oen. Dent wat dreued In white Illusion beautifully trimmed. Mrs. Gen. Babcock was attired to an elegant white satin dress wMJ flowing trail A few momenta were passed Id conversa tion, and then the slgna was given for tbe daoct to commence. Tht following U copy of the prograt&mt efasueFogV Nassau abb, Msry XTf ill. !3J rttooABAvwa. Qatdtbl. Tata (anadrlllc. oallepA Polka Masoreke Laaesrs. Vatie. 7 1 Oallo. v Quedfilt. Ytua.t iatra, YU. , Van. Laaslers. Oallen. VU. auadrlil Ootmorf. " . , Colli! Sir Refer 4 Oeverir la the first quadrille a set Was formed id tht upper end of the hall composed of Prince Arthur aad Mrs. Grunt, Secretary Fish and Mr. Thornton, Goo. Sherman and Mrs. Admiral Porter, Admiral PorUfand MUs Sherman, M. CaUcasyaad Mre. Li Strange, Mr. Thornton and Mr. Davit? Ia the etcoad quadrille Prince Arthar m Mrs. Tbotaton danced vti-avkat Colonel Klphlnatone and Mr. Le Btraagtt Gtneral Sherman aad MUs Frellnghuyteit danced la the fame V Alike MTenlb dance tht algaal waa glvta for, tnpper, and Prlac ArirVr ecorlIog Mrs. ureal, ana toe rmweei escorting Mrs. Thornton, thsy ditliignihd visitor, with the member of the Cabinet, parsed, Into the upperroonv tub avrrBB. The supper waa arranged nndtr tho ui pervlslon of Mr, Jones, tht Stewart of )&6 British legation, by Madame Demorest, a slstad by Mrs. Kennedy. Tht table and salads were prepared for Madame Demoresl by Mr. CrntcheU. These well-known artistes' had placed before the guest a most beau tiful display, not only of table oroamtot. but choice dainties to oleaae the appetite The bill of fare comprised turkeys boned! and roait, English pheasants, salmon; erefgnes, hams beautifully dressed, chleken; salad. Inhaler salads, nati dt tots trrat. Ac. The coofoctlon' department consisted 0 pyramids or jelly, fruits, candled and plain, single J el lies, Char'ottt do Raise, choice cake candle, Ac Among the ornamental creams were two representing American aigle. and th. BrltuU Hon, mutual, to huket. ot aosn.aad two mammoth via. nui. Tkn 1 jM. .. .inil h.,a and thera wKh choice bononete. Tha centra ornament wa a masatrt ,anl atoganl eanvt daUbro, httad with wax eaodlet. Tola splendid affair wa nolversally admired It la estimated to bo worth about 13,000, and bear tht following Inserlptloai Treitotod by tka British auhjeeta rssldaat la th TJruruayaa Republi to III Exesllonsy Edward Thoratoa,Mlalatr FUaipoteatlary to tha Arceatla Ooofaderaey, oa th oooaaloa of hta rotlromoat frooi Mootavldoo, aa a Uotl moatalef thalr prsoaalsUataadof thalr approtlailoa of the ability, Brataes aad In partiality so nlooaUy displayed la the dlo ehargeof hlopubll dutl as Ur Majoity' chart d'affalrea and ooasul geaeral Ia that Republle, from 1SS4 to 18M.' Bhortty after aoppcr, tbe Prosideot and Mra. Grant took their leave, tht Prince escorting Mr. Orant to the door. A nam beror the gueeUleft J tut after 13 o'clock, thua allowing those who cared to join In the pleaaorea of the daBce an opportunity to do so without being Incommoded. The danc ing continued sntU About 7i o'clock, the rnnce secraine 10 enter in ma. spin. 01 iqe occasion with great tseit, aod danclog hla part la eir rtoger oa uoreriy witn iua ani mation. The company wo probably a select aod brilliant as has over gathered la Washing ton. Tha costume of the ladle present wereremaiktd as being exceedingly eostly and elegant. To attempt to describe would but give a faint Idea, of their beauty and style, therefore we forbear. Among those present, beside tht names given above, werei Secretary FUh, Mr. Fish and Miss Edith Fish, Secretary Bout- well, wife and daughter, Secretary Belknap, Secretary Bobesoo, Secretary Cox aod lady. Postmaster Oaoeral Creswell aod lady, At torney General Hoar, Assistant Attorney General Field and lady, Aaalssant Secretary of Bute Davla and lady, HU Mary King and Mlu Sarah. Kingi Mr. and Madam W. D. Bodlsco, secretary of tnt Russian Legation Seaor Valles secretary 8pUh tegatloo) Count Coloblano, Italian Charge d Affairs Baron Ledcrex, Austrian Minuter) Madam La Mamulse de Canlaxt noa. Reverdy Jeha- oni Senac Solirere, Spanish Legation Da nish Minuter, Mr. AtarnladAaUasi Saor Cor tes, Colombian Legauont uouoi at Torre- nne, French Legatlout Baron Albenncbao, of tha Prussian Legation) Senor, Madam and MU Garcia, of the Argentine Legalloni Senor Roberts, SpanUb Minuter, General Talt, Uaytlao Minister, and lady) Blacquo Bey, Turkish MlnUtcr, and wle Senor Perex, Bpar.uh Legation) Baron Gerolt, Prussian MlnUUr, wife and daughter) M. Catacaiy, Roman Mlolftteri Senor Polgal, Spanish Legation) Colonel Freyre, Peruvian Minister, wire and daughter) Senor Rivera, Spanish Lcgatton) Senor Polestad aod lady, Spanlih Legatloa) Mr. Rangabe, Greek Leiratloni Slenor Oarraoxu, Argentine Le gation) Senor Magalhaens, Braatilan Minis ter, and ladyj Senor Finery, lirasiiian Lega tion) Baltaxai EffondI( Turkisb Legatloa ) Comtl de Tareroey, Charge d' Affaires j France) Gen. Sartoa Acosta, Colombian MloUter) Mr. J. Berthemy, French Minister, Chief Justice Chase, Mis Nettle Chase, Mis Vail and MUt Aolds, Jadga and MUs Swayoe, Judge and Mr. Nott, Justice Mil ler, wile and daughter, Jodge aad Mra. Davis, ScaMtora Drake, Spencer, Robertson, Cameron and lady, Harlan, lady aad daogh- ter, Carpenter, Bayard and lady, Schurx and lady, Cole and lady, Morrill and lady, An thony, Pomeroy and lady, Corbett and lady, Edmond, WlUUm aod lady, Howe and lady, Feoton and lady and Miss Fen ton, Harris, Ramsey, Hamlin and lady, Ylckers, Bawyer, Gilbert and lady, Speaker Blaine and lady, Representative Jencke and MUi Jenckes, Hon. 0. F. Hoar and lady, General and Mr. Banks, noo. Job E. Stevenson, Hon. John Lynch and lady, Hon. Jamea Brook, wife and daugh ter) Hon. Mr. Wei We rand lady, Hon. Samuel Hooper and lady, Hon. DennU McCarthy and two daughters, Hon. W. L. B tough toa, wife and daughter) Hon. R. J. Haldemao, Hon. Orange Ferris and lady, Gen. Butler and daughter, Hon 0. A. Eadridgt,Hon. C.C. Washbura aad daughttr,Uoa.IL C. Bachard, General aod Mrs. Marcy and daughter, Gen eral and Mr. Dyer, General and Mra. Por ter, General and Mr. Dent, General B. W. Brlce, Colonel T. Diddle, General and Mr. Parkor, General aod Mrs. Hooter, Geoeral and Mrs. Bullock, General O. 0. Howard, Colonel Rathbone, General and Mrs. Rick ets, General Mlchltr aod lady, Geoeral Vin cent and lady. General Townsend and lady, Captain Wallace, General and Mrs. Myers, Lieutenant Palaclas, Col. and Mps. Audn rclJ, Gonerai and Mr, namaay, General Moore, colonel Douglaa, Oencrai Charlea Ewlng, Colonel DsUDeld, wife and two daughter, Colonel aod Mn. Danoot. Qea. tod Mn. Daytoo,Go. Qolsn and daughter, Admiral ana Mr. Porter, Admiral Davla and daughter. Admiral Goldaborough aod Udy, Commodore Emmons, Major Blade. Captain Patterson and lady, Lieut. Com modoro Bauds, Lieut. Walnwrlght, Dr. aod Mr, and MUs Clymer. Lloot. Russell. Com- modore, and. Mrs. Sands, Lieut Goodloe, ComooodorVand Mlae Alden, Lieut. Colon et HaywoodAdmlral Udff and lady, T. M. notfj'f ajltpff, Gen. ZeiUn, marine covps. Udy.ftnd'daa'giuf 1 Admiral Powell, Mr. and Mr. II. Brlgga, Commodore Bmlth and lady. Dr. M Mr and Mis Maxwell, Mrs. Bealet , Q. A. rjt cb, air. and Hn-Cariuie, Mr. aod Mr. Miller, Ml Pauline Harris, Mr. and Mrs. F. Phnp, Mr, aod Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. W. H. Lawrence, Mr1. II W. Moottoo, Caleb Cnhfaig. MIf Mary Lee, Dr. Tnomaa Miller and daughter, Mr aad Mr. A. LowretXx-Uayor Wallach and lady, Mr. A, IL Smith, Eben Dale, L. A. Gob right, Mr. MePalls, Mr aod Mr. Harrington, Mist Oolemaa, Mia Beal, Mr. and Mr. XUrrey, Dr. Uagner, Mr. DooUtU aad daacbUr. Capt. Wyadhao, Mr. Oeorgt W. Elgga, Mia Kate Rlgga JenaU Rlggs, Master T. La. Rlgga. Mttse Loiing, JL, M Feaaenden ind family, H. B. Adftmi, a W. Jarboc, W. H. nud on, Mr. and Mr. EUaha Allen, J. C. Ken nedy. BVAirowo. Mr. aad Mre. N. A. Bergenat VriJAflUmoodts DrVTryoo, Ji C.8 Keoaedy, W. B. Lee, Mrs Fagl, Mr. Keller, Mr. Canipj-Mr. aad Mr. Albert Ray, Mr. and Mrt. Bereett,, Prof. Henry, Ml Hcryi frteiry Vi .Robinson, Mli CharetfeV, MisiBenJamlo, Mlaa'Wood, Mis Lyool Mr. Frlngle, Mr. Commodore Ste vsni, rir.Pendletoo.J.C.Kelton.Mri.rralt, Mlsa A. StonaJIx. Htgtman, Jas. D. Uagtr, MlssT Metatyre! Rlcbardcoa Glovor and lady, Miss Bands, Col. C. T. Eldrlge, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Webb, MUs H. T. Kenney, Miss Rosa Ray, Mlu Alice Brlgga, Mis Marlon nowlandY Montgomery Blair aod family, Mr. Qeorge Morris, Mayor and Mra Bowen, B. F Emmons, Mra. Barnes, Hon E. M. Wilson and lady, MUt Moore, Mr. Jadd, MUs Mary Chase, Mr. Wadsworth, Mr. aod Mr. Strange, Mr. Horton, Miss T. IL Eastman, Mrs. Stewart,' Miss Marion Xloiler, W. W. Corco ran, Mr. Harrington, Mr. aod Mrs, Pendleton, Jodge FUher, Millard Freeman W. Blankee, Mrs. Trumbull aad daughter. Mr. frank Inrnhlll. Mr. Jame. BUIr, Mlee Violet Blair, Mr. and Mre. n. D. CntU and danghter. Mri. Tatcott, Mr. and Mre. Lea, Mr. and MreMaithawe. Mr. T. Miller, Mr. and Mr. J. Uubley Ashton,JLibertBerhouse, Judge and Mr. Dent, O. F. Harm, Mr. 8. Ward, Mr and Mrs. S, H Johnson, Mr. and Mn.F.ADlck, Mr. Tracy Lee, Mr. and Mn.W.O.HlUE. J Holme, Jamea W. Corcoran, and Other. rniNCE AUTIITJB. The Dlaaer att tkamealtlence ersee rolarr Flab. The dinner at the residence of Hon. Ham ilton FUh, Secretary of State, waa a sump tuous entertainment, and reflected the ele gant taste aad generous hospitality of the host The dining hall wa chattely decor ated, the American and English flag being gracefully entwined In festoon, while the table wat ornamented with bouquets of -quUlte flowtrt. Tbt guesta were seated at 30 p. m., Sec retary FUh at the head of tho table, Secre tary Bontwell oa hU right, Chief Jnitlce Chaio on hit left. Mrt. FUh occupied the other end of the table, Prlaco Arthur oa her right, Minister ThoTalon on her loft. To tk tj urine Prince were Speaker Blalot, Baron Voo Gerolt. Eostga FItxroy, Seoetor Sumner, (chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs,) Attorney General Hoar, Secretary Robestn aod Admiral Porter. To the left of Minister Thornton were Geoeral Sherman, Postmaster General Creswell, Lieutenant Plckard, Secretary Cor, Hon. N. P. Banks, (chairman of tbe Committee on Foreign Affairs of tho Uoose)) Secretary Belknap and Colonel Elphlnstone. At the close of the dinner the gentlemen retired to the library, where some lime waa agreeably spent la social conversation, az-t at oloe o'clocjt the guest retired, and th Prince with hu talte returned to th real denes of the BriiUh MlaUter. Mrs. FUh wat dressed la a lavender silk, with hooltod lac dUmond and peart orna- ment. Atno.aemea.la. Waix'a OraoA. House.-" Mercy Dodd," one of Dion fiouclcauU'a latest adaptations, was given for the second lime last night. there being a fall house. The acting of the different members wa excellent, and goes to show that our people are fond of good acting, even if the play is not ao superior. Why cannot Mils Keeno glvta ft series of high comedy performance t NATionAh Thbatbb. The lively opera by the Brother Bled, "CrUpInoelaComr," waa presented last evening to ft targe au dience, which was equal, in point of bril liancy aod fashion to any audience which ha attended during tha week To-night we are promised Aubex'a grand opera, " Mas eaaleUO) or, The Damb Girl or Fortlcl," In troducing Slgoor Lefraoc, Reyoa, aod Bar Ill, and Mile. Caolsaaaod Lam!. Haoxb'I Natiobal Allboobt a :d Tab lbaux. Melaerolt Hall wat crowded last night to wltoeaa the first exhibition In this city of the " National Allegory," by Prof. J. M Hagar, which waa represeoted by a chorus of over 400 children from tho public tchooU. Tho children were appropriately attired, the girls being mostly dressed lo while, thost represen ting tht different Slate wearing crown aod bearing the national emblem. The choruses were rendered in a most excellent manner, and this fact speaks highly both for Mr. Hagar as a teacher and for tho aptness of hla young pupils. The dialogue wa well sustained, and reflected great credit upon the yoong performers. Mlu Oulahan personated the "Goddess of Liberty,'1 la ft manner which won for her frequent applause. The final tableaux, called ' Peace, " which represent th crowning of ft wounded Union aoldler, wa moat effectively given. Tho wbolo enter tainment wa evidently enjoyed by the audi ence, If we may Judge from tht plentiful ap plause given, aod we would arge all who desire to wltoess thU most pleasant and novel exhibition to attead to-night lAleet Ticrrftbb!e Bretltlts. The Erie railroad striker were informed yesterday by Superintendent Frtcher that no man would be employed who belong to tholr organisation. Many of the strikers then hold a meeting and formally disbanded. Many of them are applicants for reinstate meat. lo the libel suit of George Wilkes against the Turf. iMlaaw Farm newspaper yeiler- f day, the Jury brought in a verdict of "not guilty," amid much excitement. General Ames, General Alcorn, and H. R. Revels, the colored Senator, left Jackson, MUs., laat night for Washington At the Workingmen's Assembly In Albany yesterday ft resolution waa adopted de nouncing the enactment of law by Con- great taking from the Supreme Court of the United State) tho power to question the en actment of law eoacted by It. The Committee on Railroad lu the Maine Legislature agreed, yesterday afternoon, to report a general railroad act by a vote of 7 to 3, TIE NEWS BY CABLES Tk. Blrlk. at Uk or.ai.l-ll.riar al.a .r th. Cr. Itl.I.llir rr.k.bl. ChM..C l.l.ttr-Tb. Craainltl Tr..lr Wllk Sail.... Pun, J.o. 87. Mnj of th. troop, re ctntlj not to La Crtaiot to rmim order Iher. .moDgtha itrilnre tT returned to tbtlr grrUoni . Scbneldtr no accuM Eogllthmen ot liTbj fomeiitod th. trotfolM. A Itormj Kwtoo of lie dorp. I(1eUUf occnrreJlhU .fteraooa on th. Trueo-Eog-Uih commercUl treaty. TblT, la a ipeh, demanded tha renunciation of Ihla trt.tr, and reproufcod th. maJorlt UMrtlng that ner 1" ' tnuj npreirat the canary or they vonld orenhow a mlnUtrr h.Tlng principle, tha eonnta had repudiated. Great agitation coined. Minuter Foroode replied, and aeierlcd lhatthamlorltTnph.ld th. Cabinet.. Itle -oi-f"ta- luauwiiii avuiiu vwnim Utry attd Forcode upheld It, hat 11 it top- rosed that ThJert wished It to remit In vote that would force Dora, Laura and Ballet to reilga In order to be replaced by member of tbe majority It U announced that Clartoden hat ar rived here from London, to ascertain for IbeEailUh Government tht real Intention of the Cabinet and Tallerlet lit regard to the treaty of 00. mere, which 1 expected on the 4th of February. ABTI-aULYKMY HOCIBTT. Tbe Moelaty'o OptBlomaf tbftAttnla iloa of uttaorai Hla tea tkeamsel allow of Ualled aUalee teftfttora WeBdoll ruilllpa.Makoa at Cbarac lerlatle flpeeeh. BOiTOir, January 97. Th anti-slavery society have adopted resolution of rejoicing al the near prospect of tht success of the fifteenth amendment. Also, the following, UtnAvti, Wa doom tbe preolpttaU adatlaaloa Af halMoaat Hlalaia nan tboai a orava IMllt- Itafarrori It Is a aoodloos botrayaf of tko na- Hon. and a foul wraat to who haro a-lroa tholr lives, aad to tno loyal iss who look e iangr a aor pivtaiuni DarlortM debate on too raaoinuona, sen- ator Trumbull was alluded to by one of the speakers aa that recreant Republican who ought to bring Virginia back Into tbe Union without the neceaeary guarantee that the right of tha black man would be recognised. Col. T W Uigglnion deprecated giving aldtoffeedmen, thinking It best to leave them to their own resource. He compared their condltloa to the Irish emigrant, who, be said, landed at New Tork without a dol lar, and In a year were controlling the dee tint of the city. Wendell Pblillpt made a ftw remarks, paying bit reaped to the New Tork TrOmns, and said he would like to strip Horace Greeley and pat him out upon ft prairie aod y to him " Root bog or die," and leave him there to work out hU own manhood on W favor able theory He aid what waa waited wa not soldiers la the South, but ft 000 In Washington. Place such a man at Baa BstUr In Xhe While House and the coon would come down. Benatort Trumbull nud Roes were chararterlxed by him aa half-baked lawyer and half-fledged elalMoaooj, wbo to pick the crumbs that fell at tho feet of Sen ator Sumner. Wm. Crofte, Mr. Laughton, of Ohio, and Mlaa EdmnndJ, (aU colored,) Bleyaen D. Foster, Julia Ward Howe and tithe, ad dressed the oelety. reinoDra odeqtjie. KKCttetjaaal le. rorltaad-oSroal D Ire to Sea tba BojMalaa Propara ! at Foftbaoljr, BE aeaftebaiaotta. Portlahd, Ma., Jan. 97, Great number of people Hocked to town to-day to visit the fleet, notice having been given la the paper that they would receive vleltors, and great dUappolatmont wa felt by many that they were refused admittance, owing to the visit of Admiral Farragut aod party, on whoso account the vestal war kept closed until afternoon. The harbor was fltled, however. with boat which tailed around the fleet, and the disappointed one had the privilege of wttneealng the fine spectacle of manning tbe yards ot the Monarch and Plymontb when the Admiral vUlled the veaiel. No aoouer wa the AinUra. party down one aid than th visitor were admitted on the other, and In tho morning the vessels were crowded. AU boats In the vicinity swarmed with passenger . aod tbe wharves were to crowded with people waiting for passage that aome dots wore pos&ed into the doefcj luckily witoont loss or lire. Pbabodt, Mam., Jan. 87 The prepara ttons here for tht obsequlee of the late Geo. Pcabody are nearly completed. Tbe re main are expected to arrive on Tuesday, aod will lie In state at tht towtr hall of the Peabody Institute one week. No service will be held in the Institute. The Anal ob soqnles will "take place la the Congrega tional Church,and the remains wilt be depos ited In Harmony Grove Cemetery. TIB Q Iff. A. The SUU Tarae Ovsr 4 Ibo 0111 AatnorUlee-Tno Appal at aw owl of a. laiealeaftaH uavoraor. RrcnvoBD, Jan. ST. General Canby li med an order to-day that all military com- mUsloat acting under the reconstruction acta cease, aod that all cltiiea prisoners be tamed over to tht State courts) that all clt- Ixeo prisoner undergoing tho sonttncea of military commissions shall serve oat such sentences, unless released by a United State court) and that all ctvll officer appointed under the provUlonal government ihall va cate When their suooostori are elected or ap pointed under the new constitution. Governor Walker hat Usutd a proclama- j Uoa convening the LegUlalart on Tuesday, February 8. John L. Marye, Jr., of Froder.ckbnrg, was to-day appointed LUateaaat (lovwrnor by Governor Walktr to fill the vacancy oc casioned by tho election of. LtWla to lite Senate. ...,. Tbe Tobaeea Trade A Ditegatlon wo lb Wftjr tft VrftafclftKi. New Tost, Jaouary ST. The committee of tho National Tobacco Aasoclatlen lias gone to Washington to lay the griovaooes of the tobacco and cigar men before Congress. They will present a petition, asking that sec tion 7 of the Internal rereoiM act or July w, tRf.!l rm urnnnrnil. and that the Ur Iff of S3 per noaad and Mpcr cent. aiMbnata enforced on all Imported clgara. Aa tha rA-...a n ail imnAHn.1 rirari aa in tarts act of 180(1 haa ueTer been repealed, It la claimed that the enforcement of tba aec tlon of tbo Internal rerenua act haa da ercaaed Ibe manufacture of clgara la thla country, and thrown maay workman oat of employment, being aotd at aboal tha former price of thoao manufactured here, while th. Qorerament naa anffered a loea of rerenue. A maaa meeting of tba tobacco manfac tarera will be held hare. Taair aocuea an orerfflcloua aeeoeaor of Internal retenuo out Welt or epaadlng three dare In hunting up a beat that ha heard wa brain In tho woodi. STATE LEGIA'TURES. LOCI HI A or A Nbw Oblbaxi. January 27-TheXfirUU- tare passed ft Joint resolution pcUtwnlag Congres not to restort the duty 011 lugar and molasses. A bill waa reported amending the gam bling law. tt relnauguratc the old system and blackmailing. Tbe Bute central committee' and Collec tor Casey to ft conference agree to sixty four changes of lukswarm Repollcan and Democrat in the custom-house and their places lobe filled by active Republican politi cians. UEOKUIA. Atlakta, Oa., Jan 27-Tbo Senate qual ified two member from the eighth aad ninth dUlrict for the House. A communication from the Governor, endorsed by Oon. Terry, was read, slating that person hero claiming the teat of tbo declared Ineligible by the military boartLlneyhavlnc received the next .,. . - rA:-,,?':?v".kTT. that they be allowed to take their scats, ao4 also stated that Gen. Terry endorsed tbia count, but wu willing to Bubmtt tbe ques tion to the Hooso. The Home re rated to seat them by a vole of 63 to 03. Tbo Coal naty Qnoalten. One of our Washington correspondeots ha made mention of tbe vote, fire ta foor of the Ways aod Meaoa Committee pf the Hooso of Representatives to put coal of all descrip tions upon the free list. At first tight thl look like a relaxation of that rigorous ystcmof high tariff which 1 levied upon almost every article of ni and comfort In the dally consumption of the community. Some aurprire has been expressed that any high tariff man should give It his support In reaUtr. however, the duty of 11.25 upon bituminous coal U a very moderato one when compared, for example, with some other, such aa the doty on iron, wuica 1 v wa, and which It now propoeed by this very com- rhKtco to raise, although Mr. Commlalooer Well argue It does not need protection of more than S3 ft ton. Any redaction of the UrlC on coal help the Iron Vntereot ao that It might veil o (uav vnosa coocernea ia keeping op the enormouse doty on Iroo might favor ft reduction of tbe coal duty without becomlag paxtUan thereby of th Idea of free trade. Tbe effort wa mad before the laat Congreai to strike off this moderate duly upon bitumlnou eoal, but In view of the lnflucaoeaadeflortaofJioa. Francis Thomas, of the Allejrany dUlrlot of MaryUad, and the strong array of faete which h and other mane en tnia bbpjocw ut ouwn iuw oommluee had than, In reporting a tariff bill, put coal on the free list, but tha s trope rtaaon adduced against that policy, and htih uau valid now aa then. rravAllM. The tame fact and figure which, operated then will be likely to prevail now, when the t abject come bedore tbe Uooae. . inereu no section uvwuuiTjwuecu faaa aay special Interest lathe reduction of thl duty, except that perhaps om of tho Northern aeaboard aecllous.ln theprotec lion latitude, might be benefited by receiv ing riOVa BCOU coai, wold, ia now am uj the domeslle supply, free of duty, upon aanat terms, bat neither the West nor any pOrUOO Ot IBB .aw!, nvuiU) ao Mil a nv can tee, be benefited by It, for the doty being removed, It would be In equilibrium a hundred mile Inland, and must go for ward at ft loss. Tho result would be ft di minished domesllo supply la the seaooard 8K,,ftinnss.tu.s&Bffte.aaf Ineteadorleueoed. It le aunmed Uiat tho duty on meminone coai uum iwpi of aslbraoU., bnt th. aeeampllon U re Karied aa enttrelf unfounded bjthoeawho uamlaa th. eabjeet. Anthracite le tho onlr coal that baa material!, adf anced In price, and tale 1 the reeolt of (roabla In tha coal region, and combination, for epccnla. llreporpoK. rather than tho coneenueoca ...t r nv bind. The dnt. on aolhra. ..-It. coal wae lmpoeed bj tho act pf Jono - ar.a 1 I I. frm Mania a. Inft. vt al.. ....1.1aA a la nrann liltDinln. Tn- ."'",.Tr,T: r: ,.. v;.; ;:t ... - 1. JIM IVaiVJ .a.wm, - ikLTi. on. In Nora Bcotla or anjuhero then u ."""" ". . . ,. -iim by either Nova. . NoT. z-oO InUrest " ?u ." . ! -ha rtMil of the duty oa SSSrJflSittt " Production bltamlnoas coal, yet tu. b.T0 lUaloed to there Is believed not to ner cent, of tho nw,uw toot, noi iwenty-ove , f AmeriCan annual Increased consumption u, --aou- for coal, ao that reliance upon Nova r. ,oul(. any lneonsiaeraoie part 01 our supply v , be likely lo raise the price of that attic, much more than tbe duty now paid. Tbe resources of our own country for a surolr of bltamlnoas coal aro unlimited, and the moat Important publlo worka of our own Btate are ennred la facliltatlnff Its proem to market. The Baltimore and Ohio rail road and tbe Cbeaapeake and Ohio canal are great eoal routes, ouiy mroagnout ine opra or sammer tcmaou in onniini; lorwmra too supply. We are commlued now US tbe com- ftletlon ot another route, the Western Mary and road, the city having just been called upon lo Indorse tbe bonds of tbe rood to the amount of $1,400,000 to extend It to WU tlamsport, aod it la even contemplated to carry 11 finally erCurabrIaod. If It doe not pay a a railroad investment, It will cer tainly serve farther to supply the eoal mr ket and cheapen tta convenience. Tha represent tires of Maryland loteroatA do wll to place before the committee tbo Important facta which, oa ft former ocea sloo, determined the House to retain the duty. It la remarkable that, only tbe day before that oa which tbe committee voted to make bituminous coal duty free, It agreed to raise the duty on the medium class of steel Imported la bars, sheet and colU, and that oa leading article on the bill thus far matured, wttn rew exceptions, tno aauea will be illffbtlr higher than In the preaeat tariff law. Instead of removing tbe com paratively light duly on Ditnminoas coai, tbe committee might better render coffee, sugar and tea free article. It Is pretended that, If tbe duty Is retained, Canada will re tallate by Imposing duties on our wheat, flour, ate., and perhapa repress bet desire to be annexed to the United Bute. It 1 aeffl. elent to reply that Canada takea 110 more of ftnonmrinctiona now than she wanU She needs our superior or peculiar qualities of wheat and flour, and will not abut them out. As to her desire for annexation, which 1 Tory problematical, he tta oaly to come into toe Uolon to escape dotle oa all her productloos. Jtalttnwr' ?wa, J. 37. lateretllftff from Liberia. Let tors were received on Tocsday at the rooms of the American Colonisation Society, reporting the arrival at Monrovia, December 19, of their floe ship, the Golconda, after ft pleasant passage of thirty-five day from LlamplonRoad, Virginia. Thoeablapaa snger and migrant the took out were in good health, and the latier were pleaaed with their prospect lo Liberia. The passages of the Golconda from thl oeantry to Liberia hare been remarkably ikVform, almost equal to that of a steamer, bor first voyage having been made In thirty, six dtrtj second In thlrty-u.net third In iblrty-flvot fourth lo tbUtj-alt. The lerWature waa la session at Mon rovia, and Hon. Edward James Roye had been declared daly elected president of tbe Republic of Liberia for the ensuing two yar. The new chief magistrate of this law -"2 ' SLSJ" ,-.-. w.. . -- - .. Ohio, rebraar 3, 1U3 receirea an auc tion at th. Ohio Uplrertltr, at Alhea,and Oberlln Collegei Uogbt echool t Chlllcotn. In 183 .ngagidla buelnwe t Term lUnte, Indiana, In l&S-Ul.and waoraini Uberla In lata, wber. ha b.i ilnce rmlded. PromptlT engMlog In mercantu. pnnnlU at MonrorU, be tu eiitnded hie operation, not onlj along lome ' Ihoneand mile, of lb. waTt co..f of Africa, bat to England ayd tba United Sulci. Snccoel hu attended hla Mlerprltln and poreeierlng efforla. aod ha la etfnted to be worth about twq hundred tboound dollare. Ur. Rojej haa had axpa rleoce In pwtllo lite, hating been .peaker of the boaea of repreeontallrea, n member of He eenate. and chief )natlce ottha euprcmq court ot libcrla,