Washington orar d. a, MoDr mousing. January si, i87o,
BTCOOrCR LATIMBK, Anet'n,
(.uaftcaanraln Umnl Mmlulra fella..)
V X. T. COLIIVELL A !.. ln.l
no. on raBBiviraaia ava aue, bstwo a
Attatlonaara a ad ttaa.1 Kalata Drokara.
2lo.Baa,8,itaeat oeraerof BevaalAaaa D atreela.
11 LB 01 HOCIIHOLD TDHlTDaiAT AUO
Ob MOXBATtBO .Ilct laataat. at JO o'clock.
fT a ra , weeiallacll.AlBoiee Mo, v04,oaH
Vk.etreei aorta. BatweeiN lata aad Teataetreeta
rpl wiMh fellewtaj rare Iter, Till
Ml Oat OrMi lUf Parlor SitU.aoarly ew,
Blaioll'tOB Ccalrc BB4 BBS MllW-bttk Wait
I'wmi ira,ery, rjaraioce, aaa Laeecinalaa.
Mar hi, tun UpmiIm Iituii a ail Wnkii..ii
ror Black Walaal Badit-aca.
. :: .: tii
ikitkftjA ftki rfkail.d
'aaior BcJf.V'lUowe, Boletcre, aad Malimaee.
iaeraiat-4 wardrobe, aid Bea-aiceSe.
raaacla, TArea-pl y, aid taaraU Car mU.
iMllaa) tUlI Pot fta4 Hall OlTclolba.
VMklif, Parlor, Cbambw bUtm.
v iBiaa. iaa atmi tigtin. aaa airnri.
r, QiiMfir, aadCiUrr
wh, ail is At wil
BT OnEElf dfc lTILLIAH-l '
AuetloDMri aod Bal Eatata OroVrra,
. B08tbutMrar ftf BaTaU aad P aU.
fA'LOJt AMD CHAMBB& BClf IB ?& BH
.!' J(UB VAX iaa aiai miiu ai
Javaafla, 1S18, aa u Mrl aorib
aiOS , ."!. W aa4 aaii u
IBB WltOWIBB BIB1'
UaadMtaaKoiwtl raaalaa TK aataW, la
PiratatdiCfmAktBk Saaba, af JUItl-
n4i Oraaa Pawn' Mil a OolMa atyl.
Twa Katbla lop atra Tabla. g. ralat
Haircloth "oU ?!' M BriiaaH Carpal a
Thro 'Ckaotaai CbaaUr BalUa, wtlh
Watr, 0U-P aad Mhar Maltraaaa
Blaalata ComtvtlA. Wi.Jow Bbadoa a. 4 Coralca
I'arlnr udlator aad Cba aabar BrnTaa
Ttiaaaik.. OUB1S aVtlLLfAHk.
it ooorra a LATinr.B,
a la Itnti (1 MirilnU. t I
oalkwaal aoriar W Poaaarlf abU Bfaaaa aad
sfRBtr BABr, BBTrfBBrf M AikACHDlBTTa
AVBMDBABO JlORTH 0 BTKBBT.
ad hr f Irtao of a dMd of trial to tha
tlol aold will bovlikttiokoaao. (a
afroalof BOfMlaboal. Tha tail,
rtll Va aold la aoparat lota of aba.t
f ia iraiaaa
pia will M
AVI Java aa aaah 1.
A ) Hilt La -klk(J - I-
Toracak i .i0 dwa a oack lot whoa property
laatrack aff.raaldaa wltkla Uro
PRBD W. it
MBRtUT AHD PAI5TIM AT AUCTION. .
Ob at -HID AT IV BH1R O. Jaaoery 31, IBM, at
T 'lock. al atr Aaetlea noena. we aboil tall
lb Library ei Palel-aec of lb lH Oeo. ree. Jr.
. Alao, a Mehofaay P Rllt. if IM aa eed
W(lii Ueors WMMiitoi . .
, The Book a era iow a tba abtlvee Aid Cala-
.Trmeeai. COorXH At.ATIMBR.
August VAwnBRnKpB'j Mti or Ettii
Oa llorfoAt RVRaW. ftaaVry ai, at T
'lMk, ead every nftralai ltd ayeataf ,
CbareafiariBUl tea whole etcktr tare- JftV
Sat1e4rtlM.lp0e4etaiibe Aee- iPa
llmEo?T JT.CiUwellACo .eei- ALfc
eUl)e toMrt el Gala aad Kilter "
larieea4vertil aaaoMnealef ink m4i aaere
Piaarallr Ukea oa Stpeali by aril alaae pawa
Tcraecuh. J, T. COLDWXIL CO..
. Jai M . tKHWMitl
oraiabcr.liM.tiBd r-aordad la Llbcr T aad ftr!
.Ho B.al ratio 10. aad altkarcai"" fcT d
lha parir .atcarod iborabr, a-4 alao by !
Uo parlff laMracwd tharafa, will aH at paS.
1U aaetlda. oa tbo yaomfaai. al BiSO 'rock.
Bm.. OaTOlSDAT. Uo lal day of Pobraarj, A
. lift, part o? Uldrc, IU iqatra Baaibwad
!'VB rad ai alBlrtwo, (IIU rroailif BO
faal oa Third lira aad kiriit a Jnlk Kai an
J U "r"""Aa7tTo-aoora.
BT COOl'tn L-ATIHEU. Aairra.
(Sueaaori to Ju. O. UaOuIra At Go.)
Boathwaol aaraar rf Paoaarlala arcane aad
Blare a tk auaaL
'TlfTrrKIBMBAt.B OP V!.TJABLI lyrROVID
BAL BBTATB Off RIXTKBHTK BrRBBT
rBsTJIETWIBB WORTH K A M D L I TRUTH,
j.:;r. .. v... vi i u
lttkitl( ur nimauiua
Br vlrtaa of two d-ada. of trait, dated re
.iftootlrelT oa lha 11th day
IT H ID' I1IH "r !
aad tbe luin daroi a
L rtorej la Libera T
elxtaoB. rolloe 401 ad eg
ltlllk day of Bept amber, A. t,
tcrc la itaera t a4 , ai
Jia itaera t bio a, 1a
alioeaQl ad eefr aid LSI a
f Uo Troaairer of Iba Pli
I Aaaoclailoa. wo will
tu. ik mMIi aaaria
ib aad alxlaaa. rollee Q1 H IMr aid 101 at t9 ,
aad W dlmtlca of Uo Troaaarcr of lha Pliat Ca
hfu fi Haiiaiaa iumhimi.
.Jro Balldlac Aaaoclailoa. wo will aell Ib
mat of tii praaitMa, at piMla aaartoa.
TllT.Uauth Jivaf likmn aiiL al
4i'oloek p. aa . all tkatptecoor wraoiof arroaad
Wdpreailaoa, Irlai aad balaa la lite eaia oily or
aablaitaa. aad kaowa aad Tlaeertbad aa balaf
Mrlof lol iiibcrcdtwcBir,(D.laeqiaraBaia
acrid obi kiadtid aad ctehly-iiar, UH,) bccla
Blat for ikoaaaao alike aonkaaetoorjar of aaldlot.
aid raaalai thecal aoatk aloaf Waal BlziMitk
weal ao kaadrod aad ets )0 faai aid els til
lechaei Ikaaca Bonk ecveateai (IT) fact aid els r
lachaai aid tbaacaaawoioaiiorii an aix iiuai
Tema of Bain Oaitblr4Aah.f which B100 anal
ha bald al tha lima or a a la. aad lha balAioala all
f paid al 1
ad twelve atoalbo, with lalenit, W b aacarad bp
a dead of trial oa tka preealaie aold 1 aad. If U
tarnaariBotooBipUodwIik la five dayi atorn
eaia. no iricwaa raerro lie riaai v ra-cati ai
lha rtak aad ooatof the Brat pirahaaar. All iea
1 eraivtaf aad rcreaaaloie al Mtvbaaei'a Boat.
HkHKY A. OLARKK.
WllllAM A. PIXWICK.
COOPXa A LATIMBt.
ET OOOFJtlBdb BJLTlKlBBt. Anol'rau,
(Saeoaaaora to J. O. Uolllr At Oo-,)
boaUwaal ceraer if peaaaylcaat aveait ad
CltABCBBT BALB'rtV VAtnABtB IMPBOVBT
AHIA AVBMUR, TO tiKl
BSDAT. PXBBtfAHT . 1170.
BOovM of Uo Dteum of Otflimbla. bAltlar la
maitroB the lBthdavof Jaaurr, 1BT0, la eaaeo
Mi. lUi-oa ike equity aide of aald aoart. wkarcla
JOBBPH JI, BRADLBI.lr . Tractaa.
" COO fatR A LATIHKK. Aacl'ra.
BY T1IOHAB POWMHa, Awotlomior.
11 BRlDaX STHBXT, OBOKOXTOWM.
VALUABLI BBAt BBTATB q-aX0naXTOWIT
uiiunn (va ,
lath al llaaau
Mdof Irait Vearlaciato oa tka
A P, IAS. aad oily reaocdU
Mo. L at fallo in. abb Al lha
rt aarirad lharab. I wlllaB-r
fa ItbarTaad at
isaal of lha party
-Ti; - .w.'...l.i... a ur a nicklTi a V 11.
RfcttOK, jebroerr M. UJO, al 4 o'clock, aU
iitir ur uiuuiu auaaian oa ucoracavwa
01c, aioaoaaaca uiuiiawii vanaiia,
polatoB Uoeaetllac or ceairaea etreet oao
arra aaa aaTCBiy Lt'ui ! aoain w
career 01 Jtoaa aaa uoaarai
Iheaeo aeaih with aald llae
Beared aed aetia aa alx
The AtteatUB of caplUlUta la t lad to thla prei
rly, aalt la OBB ef moat illilblo hlldlB( lota ao
foraajo. llUelrieilr oppMtla Tatar Plate, aa
Tormai Oae hair.caht bale act la alx and
twelic mOBlbA wllhlatcreal, aad laoarad f the
property. A depo )l of BUM will ba repaired aa
coaaaaUeprapcr y lekaooiad daw a, or U will
balmiaedlBtaly recold If tba tema of lata aro
Boteomplled with wllhlB Bradara. the property
will be reoU at tha rlak aid aoet of tha AefaaU.
IneuBTi'aetiff latla4la reteaat attnvpa at
' A.''3'0H B. D0XJIU.T.
TnOUAB fiOVLlKQ. "
(SLteoeitor to J, O. MoOulro A Uo ,1
QoraafofVaaBiylTaaU ATa aid Teathlml
TBUiTBB'B BALB OP TALDABLl WPROYin
Ian iItriit iSORTll.
ii? vlrtiia of a dead of truit. bearlov
data tka Blat day of Deambcr, A, D lBoS,
aV. VlUfcrald elajj aro def.aeaaia, JLjoy J
tobijeaaettoo. 01 the prcmlaee.oi TUDRSOAT,
bo 34 day of Pebmary aext. ai 4 o'clock , p, nv,
all that plaoa or pareefof la ad attaaltd oo. PaaB
aylTaaUafeaia. adtetaU rtf Palui BUtaa Uo
Ul.la IBa city of WaahlafWaaM Uaf plrca or
naraal af lead kacwi aad deaenbad ib Ibi plat or
airniH iaraia ai ai an ritiaiia,. raw
4 city aa Lei Be. B, la rneiraUoa bb-
baiaaoa la lhreoeo,eei leaia'naaie, aiuroo. aiaa
aid etihtaee moaike after the day of 'ale, wtlh
ritereel, for which tbo parehaecr akall alf hie
praataaoryB tea, aacnredlo any aattaraetloa. All
tUiaiiaieoBToraaclaf ataoilof parehaaer. I Ira
aadroddollaraaaah repaired at line of ele. If
Ibo Icrau of aalo aro aol compiled with wltblm three
laehea. mora or lcea. M
the aoriawaai aoraer 01 wm. w. PH?" 'Yf
Ihaaeoeaaterly with Ike aorth llaa of uaaor'alol
aaa haa4rcd aid twaatylwo feel Bra laehea ta
Ikowaaillaeaf afaaUeaa, fact wlia alley ttbaaea
ortk wltb aald llaoof aald alloy to tbo aoatbeaat
aoraeref Joaalkaa Carier'a Ut OiA thaaaawlih
the couth Una or i-itd Ckrlti'a MtaUa Wfla
aad aaiy r--" ---i r-'-y T n t -'
laflO.lB Ltber T aid K.Ito, ,flu VL(i., aad
by dlroetloa of oaanf Ike partlea oca red Uercbf ,
will aU al labile aaatloa, oa Ihi prcmUea,
aaWXUMRSOAT, llaflihday tehriary, A. D.
!I70. el o'clock, p m .all of Lot lettered A,' J
aUlUe Dyar'o aibllvUloaof maara Bimhared
wabndrodaad Uhi one, (t81,)athe aameli
recorded ta llbcr K folio 9l. la tho aarviTpr '
onea of Waibiaf ob oily, District of 0lBmb(a,
with Irqprofemeqfa aaalatlag of a two atory
Frame lloaoc. nld lot froatlac S3 feel oa Twaltlh
eirecl. by a dapU nf lol e-t lit iiahta, to H foot
pa edT Alley. Thla U a moat daalrahle property
Tcrmet Twd Uoaaaad dt laraaiBL aad the ra.
rduwa wheBtkapropeHjUelrBakoff. f'etuFi
t mIi luii.w, iuTkLli.ini.
C. a ! ., a. . ,
Auiuoaaarv mA Rati Earat lirokari,
9X5 toktkat eoraif of Berenlk aad D iitaeU.
WALStTt cnAbfTtBR BU1TB, VfLTBT
BRUB8BL8, THKBB PtT AMD lV(JBlV
f HI. HATTBfcBBKI. ho,. AT AUcTlow,
T.HTJ, altxo'oleehra n waahall acll.lL.
BlrJoBaa Mo. BO. oa Mliuarl ATfaa, bofn
tereea Third aad Poaraada-half atreata, I I
belac lha lata reaideaeear B. Normtat, aa itba
toUowlaf Oooda,Tla 1 .
HlldiDOl rmh t'libflir Wlmt. with Blab
aad Bracket ' ' .
LUadneOreci Plaik TiWct Ooveral ,
wd Frame Parlor Bat to ooaalatlaa of two Tte
tlaa I ifarbl
naik had Li
Marbla- op Coatri Tablcc,
adLaecCartalai, with Ooralca.
(la, Thru ply aad; lagraliaad
Caiiaai Bcailcada. Wardnbca. Draaauc B.
1 aad $Te
Vealhc PltUva. laeD'aakala Bad
VaTail KiteaaitTAVlee aaa Caaa Beat DUlac
V?lVdaw BbaSae, tlktl Oil Ctotka aij Rali Bat
Parlor, Chamber aid, otkat Btra. Droekoty.
Olaaawara. Ae, ,
Aad a lot of Kltcbea PnitWa,
rate la firrat, a,talcjlB(iiei
aiatroaa lla nnoileoa .
t okiia v Willi!
1JTCOOPEB LATinEB, AnctW
AJ (Saeoaaaora to J. O.HeOatra fcu0
ifoitkwau aaraar ,af raaarlTaal ATaaa Bad
BP4T1I' SlLBOr.PRtffOV PUT! HIB.
KBBt BRO"BLB iVb TUBBBPLT CAB.
I PT Tiriaia or om oj HBAi. dal4 lha
ncordad la Llbar No. T. tolitoa ttW
,aa.,aao( tbo abaiul rHa rr9l
IWaAblaalAkaaatv. la tanuill 1 I
ofj Cftiamtu, l will Mil i pnblta aaetlnk oa
wBDHBiOAT f rtratTrl81ST0. minattaf at
lOa'eloak, a. at , ai haaaalla. BJOvold.aiai
bar.) U atract, balwaaa Viriooalk alroal aad Vor
C" iT!,S T aaUaa aaaortmoat ef
anaakold rarnltara, Bat, faiiic It prt -Parlor
FnialalTbrM-plTa Iaarta Qarf
bill aad Broaao tia.lS,r, bpI mb1bWm
Btftcar. Boaowood Tablac
Tbroa Hahogacr Book Ccoaa -J
fUkofaar Kalr-atatk iof .ad Ckalra
walaat KtUaaU OlalagTabla
traaah Cklaa Dtaaar Bl
Croakcrr aa4 OUaa ware, Kafrf icraUra
Wlalaa4 afaboiaa? Dadaluj. Baraanaaai
Kahayaar War4'oWWIa4ow Bhadaa
oak CoiuM C.atib Baho-lfpl-coa
WalaalDrMlai Tablo, with thai
Hatr aad fcUk AlaUraa
Feather Bolatera aad Hi lew a
Caoklaf aid llaaifaf Ml0Te
a Km alt
3 t Aaatlnaaara.
tivwuran as bAiiniK. AnetTrot.
L (Soeeaeorato3aa. O. MaUatra AOo.)
Soilkwcit ooraevof PehBctWanla avam aid
?' .iH ".TAWT4BtI ITirilf.
OP WAiaiNQTOH. , "',
By vlrtaa nf adad of trait, bcarlac JiU aa
ITihlayof IitiiWi A.
I tko Laid
d Xeeorda ef wathli(t
tUaibU, ! Liber T aad
tBid byd!rUoi of tbo
biatrial of Cole
aad R. Ma. A,
i H tq ,
mlaoa.oaMunbAT.IhaTthday or Pabriary
l,i4o'ilikp, ta.. all thai clcee or parcel
af Wa.hleitoa, aad kaowa aad deaerlbodae
im iiaMrai uric in ! ccjaaro
a knJiM aaJ ilif... mi .l.
iHjlKt ? t3l ,kr,1bi ' oaeliwaaly two
ttJ) iMlfraal aid raialig back on haadrad aid
UmtlUHocilhmlJi tack a, ihi deptk of
Tarnaof Raloi Oae third oaah. (of which aim
Rail be pa d at the tine or aala.) aid thebalaaoe
1 lJVJ,wJI,. oaUa, with laUreii to be
aaeirod by dead of lnu oi Uo prcnlac aold, aid
If tba term are act compiled with la Bre daya af.
ler the aalo the Iroauao reaory the rlf hi to rcaoll
at tko rl-k aw o. t of U oral vchaaar. ajfteroaa
wcaa'a tiablla lallM.
b laaocaBBorc 10 4 u. aicuuiri jo,
TXUBTBB'fl BALI OP TALVABLB IMPBOVBD
ami Miiiiiim iiiiiiu 01 liar wr.11.
an ajM BiBRBiB AUUlil. 14 TUB
By vlrtaaof adeciof trail baariaa
trail Minir dataoa lha
llbtaeiik airii jaaaary, a, iU.ibw. Bad re-
aary, A, i D.I MO. aad rc-
Ci a aaiiiyiathi Slitrlat at Colaaibla, laE-H
by dlrtloif the party atrdejtireby, we will
eall. al PBbllo Bvatloa, ib froil of the pranlaea, op
TO B DAT, the Slh day of Pebriary Beat, at 4
o'aloek.p.n .all that atecA or parcel of 1(00047114
nraaa iniiiiu nil raouiaa 01 Tt 'aiaaria
act B'ftaaUaTfor tha aajno atapolatoa tha
a? Bffhih atraot woat,aao baidrid aad
r-ia tfoai fool airikv from tkiaoathMaiera
arof aaldaqaftrOf aad thaaoc riaalif aorib
a tha aald ataaal taraalr 1V1I faalt lhuaii,il
lathe waaleri or rear lliM aald lol aanbered
lweatyelx, (Hi tbcaeo couth twcity HO) ret.aiJ
Ibeieiaaet to Ibaplaea or bcflaalectha tama'l
oalai'laiproTedBy Biood'aad aabeiaatUUwo I
Tonaoor ouai uao uird aaaht the lauarOiB
els Bad twalva Moatfae, wtU laUril(to baaacar
ny aeaaai iraaiaa ibo praaivaca aaia. aiairiac
tcrmc era act eontpllad with, laBvo daya after the
trutcac icacrvi tbo Hi hi recti I, al Uo
rlak aad coal aftUo Brat porekeaer, after oao
irna a pwvui vivv tti
iivbk m baiHnv,
WILLI Alt A. tENWtCn
J a fc V nV TaatA
aVMn A- f.lTIWITB laali. f(
6aHoior to Jab. O. MoOulro A Uoj
WMinmrii riiiiriviau aTcaai aaa
Cfll'MCIRT lltX OP XXAL XBTATX.
By vlrtuo of B4oaro of tho Hup
LVJCaartof tka Dlalrlet of Oolambta. aecod ta
Mr rr obbm Ho, LiaaV Docket ' Wn
H. Do Vaiiha 01 al- va Xmma hvl Vaarha et
Bi.aWeaaaiiacii iipauaauHii,ai niun
AiAXainaioe: aay 01 rcari
DAT, tbe 4 day ol
traary, Aj D. 1O0
rniaaa, tho'wail i
oca if n,,aiii
IhBTreaitiaaa. tko'wail part of
a North kalrecl alike btUwc eoraar f aald
IB, IB (in HI
o. , Daciaiiai lor eaia
11 iaa airii
of Bali lot
1 rtauif iihn aaauiwaraiy imi
boaBiarrof aaid lot aiihtaoi, B.dU
Of in feetlOK laehaci ueaeo oaalarlr Mti
wUhealdBaftkB atreai. a dteiaico of clfocAtK
1 ibob ) laeaec aorta waraiy paraiiei wub too
ra puninaif i v
hoaadarT of aa
U,B,dlaUaoo of B7fact
irf taahaai thaaaa waatwardlr Derail 1
Ikaaaak akarthwardl 1
loria ) muHvi oi
parallel. With thi wee an
boaadary of aald fat in. a dlaUaea
aald Worth B atraati Iheie- waalwaadly at tbo
oaihiri boaadary nfoAl ICorthB a trail, a die
Uaca of H foe aad 1 lackca to the aato plate of be
HI 1IU ICCII9
ooal of I ho rarckaeari . A depoall of MB 1
parahAaarat Ua fallo
:7-i3 .1 . t. '.ii - ,v r:-. ." rm.:7 --.
i tii paranaaarai iae taiioi ibi
wlthla thraa daya from Uo day of a
arty will ba retold at the eaat of 1
narahaaar. J. J BBldUT.
aar, 11 niotoi ui in aoi aompned WUB
articlaa of urdai
..Tirmai Oaokaifoaah, la QoTeramaat faida. oa
the eoaelaatoa ottbe eaia. aid Ua remaladcr
wiihla aa daya afUrwarda, dortif whUh time Uo
Stlelaa moal be removed from tha yardi olhorwlao
ey will roTcrt to the QoraramcaL
liiiivniHHinif laHmavailli raBTBI'
H wlllhoilvcalo BBrohaaera of arUalaa a Car ad
for aalo, aad oted la Ihi eataJofae, aa reiatda
tbelr exaal ooadlllua or rtaallly. bnt It la believed,
owevay , that aiaiituad offered for cale tc aa rc
tVIIB ETE3iaUT acntraMy tutted
wilh relUet or cttf Sptctaclet by
viwrnj v4ufri7ty a jew quCHiQn.
Oftiticm, JfaUcnat Hotel
KPiUia Foii.KTOvj:i, iahum..
BOYD'S 8TC1VK rAOTniLY,
?l HINTU HTUKKTi '
llatwooat Daad M '"
HaiBQ BAMBAWUHUMJlhKor BTOV
lBMtnfhcl I. KMwilUiiTI,
jtereotyplng and Eloctrotyplrg
11UHUAT A AT AT HE.
Htftolxxira aVnd Elortrolf pon,
S7B VBJtPBTLTAIIA &TITR.
VRIMTIBB rtltSB.aT.nTJ. VITAL PtfRrt
TV SB, aad a icacral aaaotimaal of DUBlMBBS
UUTHUBtiy 04 Aaa a. ap4
Eliaae itibc aaa Delia ia ibo aaia city 01 waaa
oi.aad kaowa aad oaccrtbed aa aclat a partaf
aabarediweaty !() aad tweily4fea,
X7,Mi tbirooorded aabdlrlaloaof Baa arc bib
8 A LB OP W1ICBI.I.AHX0DS 0HD3AWC
PtBiAf orOibHiaoitiTTPiyiiTaiBT, I
act bidder at iao oa WBDHXaDAT.Pebraary 1ft,
lt7Q, la Ike ottee of Ibo laapMtoiof Oraaaaac,
Mavr Tard. PorlamOBlh. M. II.. a laraa tat af
IBBB. aoannrlalaa' Mmall iiai, aaJ
LffliniRGTO! FACTS AnDlBN.8SS.6m.
Irtirnal BiTBavB iIbcbiptb on Sal or
Jar wert $3:3,M8.07
TlIB SRfBRTABT Or(IflTtIAIDT bB
eonflmed thd1' appointment, of UD. Hari
nbj bb fortmAn to Wtlglur tod gBUger
ad Gbo. J Ttompdoo, Ioipxtor la tb Dot
Natal Obdxbi. Lleot. CotnmAQdr Ikn
Jamtn V. Limbcrt to datjja tt raclfla
neti raued AnliUoi rBrnuitef John V.
TArbolt to tbe Wup. DcUcbed. Fued
AnUUnt pBrmAAtcr Ileorp 0. Macbetto
from tba VTatp, xtidordrdtotb Con(reiu
Tna ComnTTxa op Wats lira Ubaxi bu
doctded to ImpoM a tptcifie, iaatOBd of an
d TRlornm datr on foreign publication.
TheotronboobB w fixed at tweoty.flrB.
tmU, aad on pmpblU at fifteen cent! per'
pdiiBd Tbla U an laereaie orer Ibe preae&t
Silkb op Gold to bb Co-nHcrDv Tbo
BocreUry of tba Treajnrr haa directed tba
aanUUnt trtRiurtr at New Tork to Belt one
million of rold Meh ""reek darlnx tba month
of February, and to purchase one million of
bond on each alternate week on account or
tbo sinking fnnd.
Gr. Buttupiku. Mr. Belden and Mr.
A. A Low, of New Tork, wera alt exam toed
before tbe Banking and Currency Committee
on Saturday In relation to tba lata gold panlo
la New Tork. ThetetUmonyj It U inder
stood, was all a contradiction of Uitlu,ay
beretofore glren by risk and otbers, bo far
asltrslaied to Qen. Batter Held and lnpll
caied htm In tba panic
Tub adtooatxb of a tariff for bituminous
coal need not glra Ihenuelree mucb further
concern abont that matter The Ways and
Memno CommlUeo 'will report la favor of the
tariff, and II Beems to bo oonceded that tbe
anil-tariff men will not succeed In any effort
to reverse tba recommend At Ion. Let the
tariff men be watchral and success Is ai-
Tub ScnurrzBM Bali- The annual ball
of the Washington Schuetsen Vereln will
tafce place tbla (Monday) erenlBg, at tha
new Maaobc Temple, and will doubtless be
a magnificent affair. The commllioe haie
been hard at work completing their arrange
ments, and performed their coup d tUi yes
terday by cVAlnlog from Mrs. Thornton
and tbe Commandant of tba oary-yard, tbe
um of tha magniacent decorations put up for
tbe grand ball In honor of Prince Arthur.
Tha Sags. Ac, will remain loUct until
Tuesday morning. W doubt not that the
ball will ba filled by a gay tbroog.
Sxcrrtart BoirrwxLLon Friday sect to the
House of Representatives a eommrmleaUnn
catling the attentton of tha Committee of
ways and Means to tbe anomaly la tbe laws
whereby partially refined saltpetre pays a
lets rate of duty than tbe crude article.
Under' tho eleventh section of the act of
dune so, ISO, tho crude article pays a duty
of two-and-a-half cent per pound t under
section 1 of tho law of August 6, 1801, per-
uaijj nnoea pay two cents, and under the
Nsw JIiUTABT Dbpaatmbst. An order
creating a new military department Is forth
coming from the War Department, and Gen
eral E. S. Cauby, recently la command of
tba First Military District, comprising Vir
ginia, will be pot In command, ho bavlnc
Just turned tbe Btaia of Virginia oyer to tbo
citu authorities.. It Is necessary, boweier,
that tha State V lnclodedln some military
division at aro other States of tbe Union.
It la presumed that a. part of tbe Depart
ment oi i do East wiu oa Added to Virginia,
and a new department thns formed. The
new department will be la the Military
Dtrlston of the Atlantic, General George G.
TuBABHOUBCRifzxT that Colonel TJ. O.
Cox bad been appointed, supervisor of the
Internal rerenue od1oo,t1cW T. Shearman
transferred to tho charge of tbe stamp dl-
Ttslont appears was prematura, although
iua,cUose,lt1Uo4rttXLJr U 'cdjntemy
plated by tba commisshoner or internal
ReTenue. Wa regret tbit In mAklng the an-
nenncement tbe friends of tha efficient gen
tlemen In charge of the Affairs of tba stamp
section should hATO bo construed the article
fs'to Infer there wa something wrOugln
ihk management of this branch of the rev
enue office. Wear assured by the deputy
commissioner that Its skcconnts are and hare
alfrayB been unexceptionable.
Tub AssBBBon of tbe Second Virginia d!s
trlct recently directed a ganger to Inspect a
quantity of apple brandy which had been
reported as distilled by a certafn party In
Southampton county. In that Bute. On
refcalrlngto tha still hewa Informed that
tha amount distilled, one hundred and forty-
elfht gallons, had been drank by the family
of jtho distiller, including bis wife, mother,
two girls and font sons, In forty-flye days,
and that ha had no spirits for Inspectloui
There wa U0 Intention of fraud, tha party
paid, tha tax, And hi neighbors asserted
that during tha time specified lb satire
family were constantly under tba Influence
of liquor. Tbe assessor l(o state that such
am occurrence Is pot uncommon, but the
quantity consumed in this case exceeds any
thing that has come under his obserration,
Tax Woxxii-ro at tbb Natt Yards.
Something like a million of dollar belong
tog to the bureaus of tha Nary Department,
other than construction and steam engineer
ing, remain unexpended, a Irg portion of
which tbe Secretary of tho Nary proposes
to in r a oyer to tnoee two bureaus, and
thereby prevent tbo necessity of us
pcBdlng work, and throwing so many
mechanics out of employment in mld-w Inter,
provided Congress will authorise the trans
fer of these funds. A committee of work
men from tbe Washington yard hATO called
upon leading members of Congress and the
Committee oa Appropriations, and feel as
sured of their willingness to authorise tba
transfer, and It Is probable It will be done
Tbb STATXhixMT published that the Secre
tary of the Treasury has decided (hat no
officer of tbe revenue shall reecho moieties
Is without foundation. Tbe facts are that
bott. Commissioner Delano and tba Been,
tary ofihe Treasury concur In recommend
Ing that tbe officers of tha rerenna should
receive compensation according to the Talus
Of their service, and) that the law be so
modified as to giro moieties to Informer!
aof in the Government service. Some lira
since the question was referred bytb Sec
rttaryto th Attorney General, but up to
ma present time be has not glren his oplu
ton. The question Is an Important one, and
tatlewof the present statements made In
Congress on tba subject of retrenchment. It
Is bellered that an Increase of salaries will
not b agreed to. If tho decision of tho At
torney General should be that tho law shall
bi to feitn4 tiioi to allow Ooraromeot
omen tn moletlM huitofoi, uuJil. 11
! proUMitbal muyof tbi belt offlctr,'
wiu t compiled lo nilgii, a, lhlr uittj
U not proportional! to tho unlet rendered.
Cotnwiimns on Ptioir. Tb Senile
oa rrldtjr confirmed Ibe following nomina
tion! I "
Wm. Cnmbielr. of InA.. tit hn Mtn1.tir
rwtdnt at Portugal.
ft. B. Nadal, to be Second BccrcUrr of le
gation at London
Lntber it. Oar7t eol'ector Internal rert
tine Second dlitrlct of Calirornla.
WmV- Uaion, poitmutcrit MirietU,
Frani Slgel, aueaior laternal menu.
B(itli dlitrlct Ktw.Torlt.
Ju. L. Jnnlog! ncelrer tmblle moneTi
at Ionia, Mich. n '
, Wm. O. WUlUmi, pottmaiter at Water
town, N. T.
Jobn If. Oalt, ncelrer poMlc monori at
AmuaD. Tracir, Mtmitr al MMdlo-
Jeremlab 1). Iljde. recelrer of trabllo
monljl at Vllalla, Cal.
lloxaeo Colemao, alienor Fourth dlitrlct
IdwanJ tTiWnielt, recelrer of land oBIm
at Vlu'la, Cal.
Joieph L. Btarni, poitmaiter' at Man
cbeiter, N. It.
rhlllp K. alio), anaior of Internal nr
sno, third dlitrlct, VI.
John G. Btearni, alienor, iccond dlitrlct,
John J. Jonci, collector, Int dlitrlct, Vt.
trukami vm.i .. k. .,... ; .l-
.ibu. iiuai, ivireuuuiwiuigaoriiniBe
part ol the United Btatei, under the eon.
T.nvn wun rem, or ireeemnert, 18ns.
Chu. U. Craicb, dlitrlct attorn, of th.
eaitera dlitrlct, Mo.
Henry ItoArtbnr, alienor', IrUrd dlitrlct,
ThafoUowlnj tob,Jnil!coof the peace
for lha city and count? of Waililnirton
John It Cow Richard IL nyje, E. O.
Ilandf, Jimcl Donaldion, and Amoi Hunt.
Nllioau TailTll. The onera eiion
cloaed on Satarday nlgh't, th, audience f ally
equaling In number! and brilliancy that of
any nig ht during the week. To-night Kelly
and Leon.wltb their famoui mlnitrel troupe,
commence a lemon of cori opera, which, It
la medleu to lay, wUI pror. rery entertain
ing, aathll Ii by Ut the flncil Ethiopian
company which tUIU our dtr. Tha troano
cornel' reinforced, la number!, among the
addition, bntng Bard Trice, Meun . Qollter
and Ooldrleb, and otheri, while the old
farorltM, Drociwly, Fnrdy, Sorrldg, and
Clinton, are too well known and appreciated
to require any ipeclal notice. The prc
granm, to-night embrace, many new long,
and acta, and It I, Intended tdrary It each
erenlng during tboVeek.
Wiix'a Oram rior l TliU tTenlnr MIu
Laura Eeena will prelect the celebrated
comedy, "Our American Couiln," which
wa, originally produced by thla lady In New
York, and. although It ba, been performed
for orer a thonaand tlmea Itnererfall, to
pron a winning card at each repreientatlon.
Tbe piece baa a peculiar Inlereit here from
tbe fact that during lu performance th, dark
tragedy which plunged a nation la mourning
waa enactedi andlhocait to ntgbt will be
nearly Identical wltb tbe one on that memo
rable occailon. To Mr. Frank Mordaunt I,
largely attributable the luccen of tbe per
formance,, not only for bli eopcrlor actlne
Li Cotuii CiasiTix. To-morrow nlgbt
the third annual bo! rnoioui will be glren by
Prof. Marlul at hi I Academy on E (IreeU
Preparation, bare been made by tbe Pro
fuior to lniure tba comfort and enjoyment
of bU gueiti, and Ittl expected that tbU
entertainment will inrpai, In brilliancy
any which baa preceded It. None aro to bo
admitted to the floor unlen In fancy coetnme,
and of neceeilty tbe ecene will be of the
moat gorgeou, description. Mr. Harry Done-
hue, th, coetnmer.wlll bo In attendance with
a fine aaiortmcnt of fancy dreiiea to accom
modate tboee who may be unable to eecure
them before that time.
Latent TaltNe'-pai Br,vllla.
Th, Beige and McCoppin aSilf, In San
FraneUMfclM. kw-i .-iil.i, aiat3.ppl.
baling, apologlaad aad acknowledged that
he loaulled Ur. Bilgt under a mlaapprihin-
don of the facta.
A company hat been organised to run a
line of , teamen between Baa Franclieoand
th. Central American .porta. Tha flrat
teamer (the icrew Prince Arthur) li adrir
tlied to lear. oa tbo Mtb of. February.
Th, woman', anffrag, conrentloa of Cali
fornia' haV formed a Stat, aaaoclatlon, !of
which Ura. naiketl, of Petalama, haa been
elected prcaldent, Th. flrat annual, meeting
will ba held in January, 1871.
Tbe Virginia City and Truckee railroad
haa been completed and a locomotlre tbai
entered Virginia city.
,Et-Grand DakVot Tuau'uy, L-p id 11,
died on Saturday. i
Th, .'Amarlcln realdeata: of Pari,' bore
ebra a petition to Mlnlater Waahburne r,
queiUug him to do all In hla power to batten
tbe completion of a poatal treaty beweejx
France and Ibe'Unlted Butea.
Two men aad a woman fill into tba water
while climbing a ladder to a acbooner at
Brooklyn doeK Baturday ereblng, and all
Tba eteamer Amenea, of the Uemphli
and Arkanaaa Packet Line, from Memphla
for Fort, Bmlth, with tbe Uth) Infaotry'on
board, lirnck t lS aboroj Little Rock on
(he 27th Initant and sunk. Fonr deck hand!
Eight prisoner! oiceped from tbe Camden,
NJ.,Jall oa. Saturday, nd have not been
rocaptttred J1 jf.
TBABKLtif OvTDOKB, Ben Franklin ooco
"He who by tho plow would thrive,
Himself must eltatr hold or drive.
Thesa lines were VerypopalAr In their day,
and even now tbef are occaslbnally 'quoted
by old fogies. But soma person has eclipsed
them by brioglog out tba following,
"Hs who by his Mi wouid rise,
Must either bust or advertise."
Tub woman's niaatfl lioyxxBat 1 said
to have been taken up by tha ladles of Rich
mond. A preliminary meeting was held on
Monday lost at the house of a'proinlneut
cltlxon. The ladles as yet preserve a strict
silence about the matter, bnt will certainly
expose It In time
nTvwaaa M Vtnliamt.wa fit.!! It Kahh a
last produced at FarU'la French, aul
wan curious cnonges ia tne nomenclature
r.flliaanH Thna Arllna ta cnllaAaaa.ri
of the ooera. Thus Arllne Is coiled Sarah.
tbe Gipsy Is known a Queen Mab and
Thaddeus Is turned Into SUalc. The music
seemed to give satisfaction to the Parisian
Jdbca, the basso, Is engaged to appear at
Venice with Borgbl-Mamo la VerdT "Par
Ulna," an opera orgloally written for Grlsl,
and quit unknown In this .country.
' io i'
"Tub nBL-KiHO," was among the earliest
of Schubert's compositions It used to be
Bang at concerts by Vogl.thr com poser blm
sen piaying me accompaniment.
Flotow ba written a new opera called
L'Ombra," which Is now In rehearsal at
the Opera Comlqne. Paris. Madam Ugalde
will take the leading part.
Tbb rsACn trrs near ITampton, Va , aro
In full bloom,
TIIE NEWS BY CABLES
Tat. Hliliia lllolar CannanTllnlt
Trial CS00.000 Clallfaad Tba
Erla tlharm-Deain .rca-a.rerB.r
S-bVDOS, Jan. SO.-Thliuia AfJaekir r..
The Eogllih Onto ftmeUt, Ii ' now on trial
Inj qhaneery. The ault U brought for noa
rdjineot of adrancc, promlaoo; by tb, do-
CI1U.D. to inenraican Mining Company.
Tbe. plaintiff clalma 5t.000 ite-Uner ma
The Sunday papcra urge tbe Erie ibire
holdere to hare their ebaroa itampod befora
lEi-Qorernor Darling, of Victoria, la dead.
Mac, Kaberlaka TTItl D,raa4 tbo
Uaro...l fron tka Cllra-B!.-,.
(-The Coafwloraer af th.
(- '" Blalaa a Pbaataaw.
'StoinrjB. Jai. 0I, tba nou, of Dipu
ITaa vaataodao lUu T.l-1., v . )..,? a
..-.. j.r.,mj aiunaj aUUWQritMtaj aeCIBaTOa
that ha would defend tho Government fra
the Influence of tha Ultra-Montanes. II
prouoBneed tba confederacy of tbe South
German SUles a phantom, but objeeted to
uoton wlih'thi confederation of tha North.
rXIJraad ttvlewar Trop Ortloreal,
Madrit), Jan. BO. Ordfrs TUt been Is
sued for a grand review to-morrow of all th
troops In and around the capital. As tba
weather Is rery unfavorable foramlllUrT
display, tha announcement causes surprise,.
ana mo motiye or tbe military authorities
tort of the faracQavlBB TT.r.
LtBBoy. Januarr 30. Tb mall steavmar
from Rio Janeiro has arrived, bringing ad-
view mai tno Argcni.no troops bad rstnrned
from Paraguay to their homes, and that tha
Braxlllaa Yoluuteers wera expected at Rio
Xaoaa orUanboat If o. 3Tho. 3a
ntoamor II or rrokabl Jaac,Baoav
ABCakB -k aaa SjaVO S BcatOtl ,mt OalBI-
boala-Tho nraB of Faoll Cat-
IIativa, Jan,. CO. Ounboat Jto. 8 ran
ashore on the Colorado Reefs, and Is a com
plete loss. Tha crsw bare arrlTcat this
The steamer lately captured off NeuTltas,
by a Spanish man-of-war ws brought to
this city to-day. She is the American tug,
Lloyd Asptnwall, now In the Heytlen ser
vice, and was carrying dispatches to tho
American Consul at TTarana, and the admi
ral commanding tba United States fleet. An
Investigation is lo progress, and tbe tng will
probably ba released to-morrow.
The second lot of Spanish gunboats built
at New Tork hare reached this Island.
Twflreof them enterqd this harbor to-day,
and the thirteenth ha arrived at Cardenas.
They experienced a heary storm on tbo
Nrw-Tobx, Jan. 30. Tho Spanish con
sul at this port officially contradict the-re-Puclio,
was detested oy ioraau ncaruuat
maro with heavy loss, and denounces It a
entirely without foundation.
News Reeolrea by Cuban Junta.
In contradiction of tha above the agent of
tbe Cuban Junta In this city last night re
ceived dispatches confirming the defeat of
the Spanish forces by Gen. Jordan, and It Is
claimed tbe T.ctory ts one of great magni
.Secession or flats Luis Potoel-Uaaw
nlsnltv of ibo Military aad tba Clt
tono. Sab Fbavcisco. January 30. Mexico ad-
Tlccs received yIa Collma, report that a pro-
nunctamento was Issued at San Luis FotosI
on the 30lh of December, declaring tbe tude
aaaaxlaMM f tbO Stat QU tbfl BTTOUnd ttf
repeated Tlolatlons of th national constitu
tion by President Juarcx.
Th proclamation was numerously slgaed
by tho leading military offieera and cUlxens,
and was rccclied with, great fator by all
xcltemo&t on tba Baonaaa Qaes
llanOppaatllaai Ba Sba TranstBrr
TolIo)wrTor at BorBan-Prlaa
Nsw Tobk, Jan. 00. The steamer Btar
and Stripes, from Ilaytl, reports much agi
tation on the Samana question, and tho Pro
visional Government will probably assist lha
Cabralln movement to defeat tbe plans of
President Bass, of ceding tha bay or other
wise rjartlna- with but portion of It or the
neighboring territory to tho United States.
A French war steamer bad lost forty or
her crew by yellow feTer at Port-au-Prioe.
THE 1 3. MASS.
Details or Col. naker'o YIeUry tjTr
tba jVJffaaa. Ia.!as,
Chicago, Jan. 30. The following dis
patch containing details of tha victory of
Col. Baker over the rigeon Indians was
telegraphed to Gen. Sherman last night by
Lieut, Geu. Sheridan from these headquar
"I baTO the honor to transmit tha follow
log dispatch, forwarded by Qen, Hancock
from Gen. Da TrobrLand, giving further In
formation on tbo subject of my dispatches
of this mornincri
"The expedition was a comolel success.
Col. Baker ha Just returned, havlsg killed
173 Pigeon warriors, destroyed 44 lodges
with all their winter supplies, robes, Ae.
nnd caDtured orer 800 horses. Tbe bloods
turned over all tbe horses taken from tho
white people which were In their possession.
Most of the murderer and maurudar of
last summer arq killed. Pah and Moun
tain Chief escaped wtlh a few followers,
lsavlDg everything but tha horse they rod.
Our loss Is oao man killed sod a man acci
dentally wounded by falling off his horse."
PBmuift or th ura 1 1
Filial Col Ua Ion oo Ibo Erie xlallroaav
Aeia,ea.s tba WaablaBtan Train.
New Tobk, January 30. A collision oc
curred on the Erie railway yesterday after
noon, Just, wast of Bergen tunnel, between a
passenger train and an oil train. George
Wanneker, carpenter wa killed andother
persons tllfhtly Inlured.
I 4. "J
Pwo cars of the Washington (rain on the
New Jersey rood, doe at Jersey City at 11
o'clock last night, were badly smashed by
collision with an Adams' express car, owing
to a misplaced switch. Many passengers were
slightly Injured, Tho only names given are
John Kelly, of Jersey City, and John Car
hill, of same place, arm fractured.
Grnad Army ef tba ConatltBllaa
Niw York, Jan. 80. An organisation
has been commenced by the Democratio
soldiers In Brooklyn, entitled, "The Grand
Army of the Constitution." Eighteen gen
erals and a large number of other officers
7J,J a .. ..' v T that the child took It into lu stomach while
elected wmmander. Applications hav been "Vwier, and at a time when tho anl
mado to open fourteen encampments In this I mrt wea very small. Tbo child is reepver
Stste. I lng.-lttoa AraW, antwriy W.
TItX PACIFIC BLOT.
Kallral AeeldoaT an tba Contra.
Paetfla Rad Throa Paaaoaa-ero
UIU oat-Work 1st tba Mara lalond
Tard "inspoodcxl Twelro It and rod
Hob XrUebararodTba Record af
iba Stat ffeaala, Kxpanrcd Tbo
Hayr mt Lao Aaxalas Can vie ted af
Malfoaoaaoo Bticb Qald Dlteov.
arloa Aaalbaa tfiarthcinaba Th
Sah FAibcisco. January 30. F. Uerrsro,
of this city, has been appointed Consul
General of Nicaragua for the Pacific coast.
Ah accident happened yesterday evening
on thi Pactilo railroad, east of Ogden.
Three passengers are reported killed. Five
car ware smashed No further particulars
Wort la lie .MirfllilaoJ navy-yard was
stupuded yesterda ?,'ln accordance with In
strBCtloo from Washington. About 1200
men war discharged. Tb causa of the so
petisTdn Is unknown, there being plenty of
work for 2,000 men, and bo lack of funds.
Tbe Bute BenaU ha passed a resolution
expunging from th Journal lha Judgment
against James It, Hardy, a district judge,
whowa cohvtctedof high crimes and mis
demeanors. May 14, 1803,
Th Jury in tha eat ef tha Mayor of Lo
Angsloiyvfho was Indicted for malfeasance
in office, hav retained a Yerdlct of guilty.
Tfi result created considerable excitement In
Lob Aufcelocf a a councilman has been
indicted on tha same grounds, A motion for
anew trial was granted, and the defendant
moved for a ehange of wnw.
It Is reported that rich gold discoveries
have been made In Lower CAilfornU, which
hv caused considerable excitement In San
A heavy shock o( oirttvinakB was felt at
Virginia City, Neiada, yesterday, but no
damage ha been reported.
Th new Sunday Law goes Into effect to
day. Many theatric! amusements aro ad
A Uracor Mnrdorad ta Ills Own
St or a Tbe Jnrr In s M ardor C
DlBAjrrOO A FttMev naabeal by
lf attain ay moai--A. XXocaTT Bowtemea
rar aaaptv-Aaiaiaioa ntttuer-ina
Nsw Tokk, January 80. Wm. Townsead,
a grocer, at 193 Hudson street, was mur
dered last night, In th presence of hi
family, by a loafer named Jack Reynolds,
to whom be had refused lodglag. Th
murderer wm arrestod.
The second jury la tha case of Edward
Perry, charged with the murder of Thomas
Hayes, In Brooklyn, have disagreed and
Lelltata Bergen, a farmer, was robbed by
throa highwaymen, Friday nlgbt, at Hyde
Park, Long Island, of 13,000.
JoahuA Purdy, colored, ha been sentenced
to twenty years Imprisonment In the But
prison for an outrage upon the person of a
school teacher la Harrison, Westchester
MxHrnis, Jan. 29. J. J. Ramsay, a well-
known citizen of thi place, wo murdered
near Cherokee, Miss., yesterday by a negro,
who cut his throat. Tbe assassin escaped.
Littlb Vau.it, N. T., Jan. 30 Daniel
ber, has been sentenced to be hanged on I
18th of March.
Tba Benal TJorltb.
A Washington correspondent of tho Jtwlth
Mttttngtr writes a follows In relation to the
Israelltlsh order of Benal Berlthi
m.a-l.a VJ- tc T 1 Tl Ti fcal,, ifmlf an.
AJiatrilk A.1V U, A. V. A. Af., aiviia .leva. wie-
nual session on Sunday, the 16th Instant, at
Baltimore. Every lodgo in tbo Jurisdiction
was rcpreaonvea, ana mere secmea to un
derstood that deurmlned action waa requi
site, especially to remove tha unsatisfactory
administration of tbe general affalri of th
Order, arlelog out of the acU passed by tbe
convention hold In Kew York about eighteen
The meaning of the sovereignty of tho
several suboxdlaAt lodge wa discussed,
and th proposition to levy contribution to
what 1 called "insmnance schemes" were all
Ubled. The lodge Aom Richmond, Y.,
wbo, oyrecens docTafooo or tho appeal board,
wars compelled to sdboerlb to the endow
ment fund of District No. & bad threatened
to leave the order sa duin, sent a delegate
lo inwmoeung, ji&4 asKea aoxiuBion tor tno
toacea oi Virginia into umncmio. o.
llowever ouatiouabte such aasourso mav
be. thaT find no other remedy than either to
do this or ro out of existence. Tha remarks
of Brother William Lowenktlne, the dsgate.
caused considerable dlscnaalon, and finally,
oa motion of Brother B. Wolf, the whole
question wa referred to the general com
mittee, wltb authority to act In the promise
as they think proper, and with power to aend
commissioner to Rlohmond wcarryholr
decision into force.
An Important question, touching "tbe
pass-word," was sent to tha board of appeal.
Tha meeting unanimously declared In fa-
Tor ef a new convention, to ba held within
six months, and ask the action and answer
of all sister lodges Inside of sixty days.
uaortei luesser ana rfoaiuaa oagca woro
visited by many members In the evening,
and nolle waa given that the newly elected
G. T. would lecture before the member on
Sunday, SOth Inst.
Tha election resulted as follows! G. N.
A CGeldmaui G. A., C Uertsbergt G.
T,, B. Wolf G. Bopher, 8. B. Gumpt 0. D,
II., 3. Ktrngoodi G. Bhowmar, B. L, liable.
Bine the last convention the number of
lodges has Increased from 5 to 10.
The financial condition Is good, but I will
not trouble yoB with sUtlsUcal deULIs. In
tbe erenlng the proverbial hospitality of the
brethren manifested Itself with the usual
banquet; as a fit termination of tbe feast of
reason ana now oi buuiiuuuikqia tuuuiiD,
the day. This district Is a live Institution.
8 BOW MAB.
Tba Blat Lectslataree Saturday.
awia. . a,., . a .a. a. -.... .11.-
Ane Aim cam Dinaw, uu oatuiun;, ut-
enssed the entire day. discussing tbo memo
rial to Congress for the removal of political
disabilities. Tha House spent six hour on
a resolution to expel 'Mr. lunaoipo, or Tus
caloosa, for a lettef wrtttea by him to his
paper concerning th legislature, and will
continue the discussion te-day.
A resolution, was aaoptea m toe Louisiana
Legislature demanding Information as to
whether article thirteen of th constitution,
relating to the equality of citizens on steam
boats, steamships, and place of public re
sort, has been complied with. Tbo election
bill, which gives the governor almost entire
control of tbo elections, passed tbe senate.
The California assembly rejected tbo fif
teenth amendment by a vote of 51 ayes to
In the Georgia Senate a communication
waa received from Gen. Terrv.declarlnz W,
T. Winn and W. J. Anderson Ineligible to
their aaou. J. J. Culllcr havlna withdrawn
his oath and applied for relief from his po
litical disabilities, th three seats were filled
by those having tne next mgneet numoer oi
vote. Messrs. J. W. Twawlck, J. &. Dan
nies?, and Thomas Clayton wens sworn In.
wiayion is a coiorou uiau.
Ax Urwxlcoub Tmajriw A child of Mr.
Harvey Nestles, of Ave, haa been for about
two years ailing. Various medicine were
administered without benefiting It. During
December tbe parents called In a physician
f.v.m North Weslurn. and ho decided that a
living animal of some kind was la tho child's
stomach. Treating the patient In accordance
with thi belief, tho physician succeeded In
reramlnar from lu stomach whai hod been a
living animal resembling la form a toad or
frog, It measures five laches In length,
tnra Inehea In breadth, and is about an Inch
thick It nas tne usuai suppiy oi irga, aou
welgha about six ounces. It Is supposed
THE OBSEQUIES AT PORTLAND.
AN 13X170SI1NO HOCNE,
The remains of tha lata George Teabody
were disembarked from the steam ef Mnn.
arch, at Portland, on Saturday morning.
The Main Legislature, accompanied by
many ladles, arrived at an early hour, and
going on board tbe steamer Atohoning made
a trip around tho fleet, returning la time to
be present on the Atlantic wharf at his re
ception. Immense crowds covered every
point of lookout, fllllor tha boaU la the har.
bor, and swarming In tha rigging of tbe
shipping. All tha vessels In the harbor dis
played tneir colors at Bair-masf, aad busi
ness was snspeadsd throughout tbe city. At
11 AVlrVlr lha UMiawh Aaaul - ...
" " -vai ww vu, gin u m
signal that the remains were disembarked,
which wa followed by mlnuU guns from
th rest of th fleet, Fort Preble and tha Ar
senal. Th boats of the fleet were drawn
up below th Monarch In two lines, each,
headed by a tugboat. Tb ceremonies on
board lb Monarch wera brief. At tbe ap
TMlntod hour tha coffin was Ukan from tha
ehapel, eacorUd by th offleers of tha ship
nd tb chaplain, th band playing tbe dead
snarcn in oaui, ana was pipca over me side
In dna nautical form.
At llilS Admiral Farragut flag-steamer,
the Leyden, with tbo remains on board,
MFMAewVajl tka. afflaat. a 1 1. IfAaib m.
auaaauw tij vunw. ua ma jtuuaivu, ru-
ceded by tha steamer Iris, which, wltb lha
band of th 5th United BUtea Brtlllerr att
board playing a dirge, came from behind, tha
Monarch, and steamed slowly through the
double Una of boots up tbe harbor, followed
by two lines of boaU filled with men seated
with oars apeak Admiral Farragut, In, the
steamer Cohasset, bringing up tbe rear.
uorcrncT unamDeriBia, ocooinpanieu oy
his staff and tha LcgUIatur of Main, with
an escort composed of two companies of
Maine miuua, me rortiamx ssocbanlcs' Club,
and tba Portland Light Infantry, under com
mand of General John Marsnatl', awaited
A the Lev den reached tba wharf the boats
of tba fleet drew up eloseJy stem to stem.
Tha marines marched ont and formed Into
line ahead of the Maine troops.
Tho body was then Uken from under tbo
canopy which had been erected on the stern
or the Leyden, and wa borne by ten sturdy
English seamen up the pier past th llaes of
soldiers, tba band of tha Monarch playing a
dirge-, and followed by the family of th do-1
ciosed, the Peabody commluee, CapUln
Lrsmminu aaa uu ouioera, ana Aumirat
Farragut and sufl, to where Governor Cham
berlain awaited It.
Captain Commerell saldi
Got. CtfAMBBBLAiif i The venerated re
mains of tha great and good man now be
fare us, placed In my charge by Mr. Motley,
Mia liter of the United Butea to th Court
of Bt. James, to b conveyed from tba coun
try I may almost say of us adoption to the
land which gave him birth, conveyed by tbo
United -BUtss shlp-of-wsr Plymouth, C'apt.
Macomb, and accompanied by hi near rela
tive. Geonre Peabodr Russell, have Arrived
at tha city of Portland, In tha Bute of
Maine, where tha moat magnificent prepare-
uoa novo veca uaai w recciva it. iao
noble vessel which I corams.Be1 has been
selected for this honorable servrce, ft
tbe right to bellev, from the nam eh bear.
I have received orders to show by evsry
means in my power th respect and admira
tion In which this great philanthropist was
held, not only by oar most gracious eov
elgn Queen, out By the people of United
Kingdom. This task hat been rendered
doubly easy to mo by tbo knowledge which
tb clUaens of tho United Sutes already pos
sess or the expressed feelings on a former
occasion of our beloved Queen. Th Presi
dent of lb United Butts haa testified to th
appreciation of what we feel by tba appoint
the aqukttTonowrB-vtftvtio) -
mains. It gives ufl great pleasure, Indeed,
to feel that one of our great ressels-of-war
ha been sent here, her first errand being,
not of destruction and death, bnt of peace
and good-will. Gov. Chamberlain, Into
your bands, as Governor of the Bute ef
Maine, I now deliver my sacred trust) but
though tho remains of this great and good
man must pass from us, yon cannot deprive
us of his memory. Tho suffering artisan's
widow ana orpnan on coin siaes or iao At
lantic, botn worm ana noutn, wm Hence
forth bless tbe nam of George Peabody."
flnviniur Chamberlain reoUedi
4CArTAiwCoifariBBLLt I ncelvo into tho
eare and custody of tha Bute of Maine the
BCrOU iruat av uuuwikuiw tuuuiin, iau iuw
so falthfullyand nobly fulfilled.with mourn-'
Jul price. ineniaieaeeB uerseii cnosen as
the shore where two nations meet to mingle
their tears over the bier of tha benefactor of
mankind, ill Dcstunginat i loouia ex
nraai the deeo BTatltude of the American
people In recognising the conrtcsy, rising to
tna neigo- oi oonor ana .enaorucss, waico
It has pleased Her Majesty th Queen of
Great Britain ta restore to nls native land
this precious dust. England honcred this
man while he Hvedi when be deceased; she
laid blm with kings. One of her finest ship
naa oorna mm nuoer, in cnarge or omcers
Known una uoaarea in sou countries, ana
Tna wen ciconca ut b idid whom mama ra.
minds us at once of tha tie that binds ua to
our old home, and the spirit; that makes us
a nation. Too are met hero by tha highest
officer of th Amerlcaa navv. whose' deeds
lha Krld admires. Ton aro received by
this vast concourse of people. Appreciate
all this honor, and unite with free hearts In
the an trust ceremonies. I thank you. cap
tain, for jour generous ctrartcsy Ju allow-
mg onr people to soe.up aimoas rojai siaie
In which tou hare borne hither the remains
of this good man. Toa win return without
aim, Dut wun treasures oi -memory ana ai
footlon Ton will return from a mightier
victory than your guns In their proudest
shall ever win. Ton will bear a nation's
gratitude, rtrveresco and lore."
Th coffin waa then .placed upon tho fune
ral car, which was draped with buck broad
cloth and velvet, with silver fringe, covered
by a canopy surmounted by the American
eagle, and drawn by six black horses with
sable plumes, while the Portland band
played a dirge. The procaseloa arrived at
the City Hall al 13.41 o'clock. Notwith
standing It had now commenced snowing
fast, the streets lo tha vicinity were packed
with spectators. Guards were placed around
tb remains, ana uapiain uommareu, nar
lngfeltUlsd bis trust, accompanied by Ad
miral Farragnt, retired.
The Oautuot Saturday evening nat ths
lonowing news nemtt
Sitxral colored men called at tba office
of Justice Moore, this morning, to cod plain
of tha coarse pursued towards Henry Wil
son, a colored boy, wbo wa caught yester
day In the market by Mr. Young, a huck
ster, atumptlog to steal on of bi turkeys,
and thrashed therefor, and afterwards dis
charged by the magistrate a Mr. Young
could not spar th Urn requlslt to prose
cute blm legally. Tb Justice Informed
them that a while man now waa as good as
a colored one, and bad a right to protect bis
Sroperty, and moreover that be Intended to
o what be could to break up tbo thieving
now going oo, ana in t stare wouia sena of
fenders to the whipping-poet as the law
A trrt iktbbbstiho meeting Is anticipated
next Monday night at Potomac Lodge ball.
Tbe degree of RebeccA will then be conferred
on toe wive oi vue msmDoro id gwa atam
Ing, also upon the widows of members wbo
were la good itandtog at tbe time of their
It is now said William nolsteln, tbe
butcher whose mysterious disappearance on
Wednesday, tbe l'-'tn instani, naa nerctoiore
hanri mntloned In the Guttut has been
heard from, and that be Is In the But of
General Cauby, Major noff, Ut mllUary
commissioner of this sub-dletrlct. has cloaed
Ib accobdakcb with instructions from
hla office, tbo commlsslonsrshlD belnsr abol
ished, and Is now engaged In preparing his
papers to be transmuted to headquarters.
Blnce the Major ha held tha office now dona
away with; hi decisions la all tho cases that
came before hlm-naTs' been approved by the
Tub Wisconsin lute beard of immigra
tion nave aisoureea aunng too year s,bou
ana arrangements nave ueenmaae iar print
ing five thousand immigration documents In
German, twothousandla Holland; and
. tuouiana tn rtorwrgiaa.
Bi.XTw1 "P0 on Saturday in Lobdon
SnL1" r?P h"TWded to Franco, and
withdrawn tba project of Infallibility. t
i. A J.11.- ftt ?PlpB.1lw' on Batnrday morn
ing, destroyed tba old i'oirlo bulldlnM. Up
setting a kerosene lamp was tbe origin.
Tbb encampment of the Grand Army of
the Republic of California has elected W.
L. Campbell, of Sacramento, a deportment
Jab. R. JlKBBr has sned tbo Chicago city
railway, damages 123,000, for ejecting him
from a car in a violent manner after he had
paid his fare.
Tbb remains of General L. IT. Ronssein
and Watklns reached Nashville from New
New Orleans Baturday, and wera conveyed
to the court-houso under a mlilUry escort.
Th order of tha Navt Denortment mi.
pending work In the construction depart
ment throws out Of work 1.300 roan at
Charlestowo, Mass.. 500 at Brooklyn, N.
x ., ana i.iw at rniiadeiphu.
Tbb London Morning TtUjruph of Satur
day exulu In the success of the Erie share
holders there In circumventing Jaraea Plsk
Jr., by having tba share eUmped before a
fresh batch came on.
Wm. II. Kbitit, prominent la coal Inter
ests, and president of tb Pittsburg Ga Coal
Company, at Cleveland, died on Friday night
of Injuries received from a runaway horse on
Tna steamer America, of the Memphis
and Arkanaa packet Una, hence, for Fcrt
Smith, with tha 19th Infantry on board,
struck a snag above Little Rock on Thursday
nlgbt, and sunk. Four of th? deck hands
Th Women's Suffrage Contention lit 8an
Francisco hare adopted a resolution decUr
Ing the action of tbe Board of Regent of tha
University of CallfornU. bvring women
from tha University as a direct insult which
Sam FbabctscoIs excited over an antlcl.
pated duel between SUto Senator Beige and
ex-Mayor McCoppin. Tbo chaUeng ha
passed and .been accepted, and all efforts to
pacify the parties are said to hav filled.
Tnn argument tnthe contested election
case of tbe Prosecuting Attorney and other
city offleers, of Philadelphia, which haa
occupied tbe Bute Supreme Court all last
week, was concluded Baturday. Th Court
reserved Its decision
In Tna habiaa eorsus case of Robinson.
hold at Toronto on BaLurd ay for extradition
on tbe charge of arson In MaasachusetU,the
Jndg ordered the discharge of th prisoner
on uo srouna toe mo warrant tor tn arrou
was defective, and tha depositions In favor
of tha United Sutcs Insufficient a evidence.
OoXxaxo Cabtwov, tb editor of tha Tot
(U Cuba, In company with four Spaniards,
arrived at Key West from Havana on Satur
day momluaT. for th Duroosaof flehtlnre
duel with tbe editor of th Key West Jitrmb
titan. Meeting at the hotel a violent alter
cation took plac between the two editors.
Castlmon was arrested.
A WBJTXa tn th last Hiiurday JltvUw
thinks that the couflrmaUoa of Edwin M.
BUnton and tho rejection of Judge Hoar by
tbe United flutes Senate prove that the na
tional Constltntlon and federal courts are a
faulty aa ihos of New York SUte, and that
extreme partisan sutesmanshlp Is tho test of
qualification In both cases.
M. EatrLB OixrvrxE. Prlmo Minuter, has
adarcsteu circular to tho JYocvrrwrt Otn
eras on tU " press. Hosarsi
Polemlcsaret?be.rC " Kffi2l
r-mpoTor, apoiogic ror crime. w" ."Tt.7
to turn soldier from their doty are "'
that tend to cause disobedience of tbe laws,
and all libels are to bo severely punished,
tho latter especially, with heavy flues." lie
also enjoins tho observance of great vigi
lance la the matter of political meetings.
bi teoian minury demonstration at
aaaral.,. a.aHJ...iL. .. .
place at St. James Hail. There was anTm-"
mente crowd In attendance. Twenty young
ladles, dressed la whit, presented George
Francis Train with a golden harp The Ad
ministration at Washington wa denounced
In bitter terms, for not demanding the re
lease of Irish-American cltlsens la English
PES, PEXCIB, AID RCIRNORrl.
"Aw rcL G ABDHta," Is one of tbe best cltl
ten of Newark, N. J.
TniBTXB ar In undisturbed possession of
the upper part of New York.
Nxw York will shortly hold a mass meet
ing In favor of tha repeal of tho excise law.
Im additiob to small-pox they hare re
lapsing feter In New York.
California Is succissfully manufacturing
silk from cocoons.
ACnrcnitATt reporter has coined a new
word "nollled" abort for nolle rrroM?l.
BmLDtaa iitraoTBiiaitTB In Indianapolis
for t year 1S69 amounted t about l.UOO,
000. Okb niTBDBBD and two pupil attended
the Indiana SUte Institute for the blind In
Tub Wisconsin Bute Insane asvlum has
three hundred and sixty-four inmates, two
nunAred and nine or w&om wsreaatmueu
tae pase year
Tn malaoa, organ grinder hare dlsap-
pcarea irom mo strict coruin iu now iwte
ana tne original iauan oispcnsersot nana
organ music have their own again.
Tna SUte Library of New Jersey bow con
t&tss 14,S91 Tolnmes, or which 10.4&3 are In
tbo law department and 4,038 In tha miscel
Gas. MxADa la at Drasant 1a PhlladatDhla
Interesting himself In cbarlUble works. He
has just been elected president of the Board
of Council of the Lincoln Charity Institute.
Fob months past th PruhvUrUn Sawur
ha headed on of Its column "New Yubll-
eatloas." It might be wis should it Here
after pay more attention to IU Ps.
Tna Hartford Coutant UnuUscs Its read era
with this atrocity t "Have yon heard of the
man who got shot t Got shot t Noj bow
did be got shot f He bought 'em."
A MxnnpaMr enthusiastically describes
tbe courage or one of Us subscribers, who
cut a holeld his burning store aad palled out
tweuly-eeven firkins of batter with his foot
Uforo It had melted.
Tbb walls of ConiUntlnopte, completed
fifteen centuries ago by tbe Emperor Theo
doslus, are to bo pulled down, and their
stones employed tn various municipal Im
provements. Two aTBAHQR DrtesU assisted Blshoo Oan-
dolfi to dress for the Ecumenical the other
day, and when he had arrived In tha Coun
cil Hall he found missing hi told cross set
with diamonds, the gift of the Pope.
Gbibi'b death resulted from her refusal to
have! poultice applied to a carbuncle on
bor face. Itwe,at ber suggestion and with
tba consent ef the medical adviser, re
pressed, and thus poisoned tbe blood and
affected tbe brain. Al ber death a second
catbunelo had formed near tho eye.
Ax enUrprialng Mlasourlan cat out a
sheet of tco 320 feet long and IBS rest wide,
and ten Inches thick, and sUrtod to raft It
ra Mdsi down tbo Mississippi river wbi.
Louis, 109 miles dlsUnt. One end of tbo
field was sharpened to serve as bows and the
other end rounded for a sum. A tklft waa
fastened to each side to glvo the requlslt
sbecr when necessary, and a cook stove and
nrovlslons were taken on the Ice. After a
prosperous voyagQ of 90 miles, the concern
Cio fortunately ran Into an tea-bound point of
land, and broke Into three pieces. Although
It was oarK at mo uuo, au tno men aaa mo
cooU-stot were laved, bat the Ice broke
rapidly up ana aisappearea in tne aarxaeu.
The projector of this scheme will try it
again, and 1 confident that be can do l-ouar
Nxw Railboad to Mabtin'bcrq. Tba
Uomrny authorised to construct a railroad
I from tbe Potomac river to .rtI?bttrgl
West Virginia, was organised in Martln.
burg on Saturday, tbe tfJd lustant, by th
election of Horn Charles J. Futkuer a
president, and Wm N. Riddle, J, Q. A. Na
denboush, Barnet Cushwa, Wm. T. Bnod
rrais. John D. A Nadcnbousb, J. L. llAld
man. Judge K. B. Hall. J&me L. Campbell,
end Jacob Kopp as directors. This road ts
expected to be mode during th present year,
and "HI thus glvo Maruosburg an addi
tional railroad connection with PnlladelpbU
and New York, by an Interior route through
Pennsylvania .and New Jersey.' Yhtitir0
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