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JbiaiaiCkikr .aula aft. 0 of PC
ffllBISCTOH fACU ASP 1BPEESS1C? I.
It is rjRDERSTOOD that tba nomination of
ei-Jndga Strong', of rcnoiJlTAot, fortho
baprcma Court boucb, la ploca of Mr. fitao
toa. will U forw Arde4 to the. Senate.
r l , i i .
ficaon Don hC db ruBat-A IcaTts for
Nsw York thU'cTODtng enrout for Mexico.
Senor PooW Is rpa of tba ieriUrloB ( lha
U.xlCBn tefstlon, afld U recalled lyhli
aoTtnnfient oa nrfftnf bosioess.
Mr. rubODi's rcBiAlos haro arrirctl At
rortlAnd. naadlorU leport that come to
u from lbt city ft Is dlfflchiU to dctermloe
wcthrltUfcjtor funeral that oar
brethren of MaIds ar ctrobratlao;.
m Mr. Hetkl", that colored U-Jtod Sutca
tknslor fron ljUbturpplj ws)DJon the
floor of tha Sf nAt for somo tlmo yeiterdAj
utun. IXArrU, resrea. And MeKt, llep
resenUUTM elect from thst Bute vcr upon
tbt floor of .Lh ITotii- for some ttrib4a
Coorrss Is to iMMkMtdoreaWii'ftBV
OorjiolAtdAt rests. In llotnrj. ThertK
ce( chanies In, Ida, AottrUn Smplrt and
th additional fotyerfien jo thsrebr bmjMtrted
to the ancient cAplliu, iMm to make) It Im
portant that onr Ooreniment ihcmld bo rtp-
ted therei and loaamBch as U cava bo.
dono without an j additional cost, It appears
to vs that tjrt prpaWcd tneASBra i. Vises
AoDREaaaTTUR NTia.t.I,inna llMin.
The itonsa of BeprtMotatlTC hatlai
Rraoted the use of their hall for the delivery
of the address, the fiMa4ontcoainlUtlon
-in. ..- t-T..r1 A. X.m -.. .
antii iuw vuuiuuuib ui auo union, uaa
designated Thnrsda y -eTsnln. FebroAryS.
as the lime when Iho bait maybe nsodfbr
the parpese referred to.
BiicBtho commencement of the present
session of (Stress In 0ecjnbe there hate
born one thousand and sixty ooo bills and
fl(f y six joint resolutions offered aod refbrrid.
Oaobundred Andslzexecntlro eommnolea
tlons hare alio been recelred and referred,
Desidcea nnmDaror mueeiiftnarmaanmnifta
Dteatldns. A Urge proporUoa st thlai raU
let has been printed.
1 i ii . i,
Bill to Establish a S Armas Babx,
Mr PAlterton Introdneed In. the Benate ros-
terJay a bill to. 'raUhlUbi a sariBf i bank la
the District of Columbia, namlog; ae cor
poralors Z. O. Robbhis, TVm. B. Todd, Ed-
wdrdslmms. 4oe..Caser. Ja. it IaAlta.
Henry Wiyardra. It. rbitlp, A, B.Bhep
berd, Wo. P. Dole, lldjh McCalloch and
Ht O. Emery. Bererred to the Committee
on the District of Colombia.
At tab Vmrxr exeeutlro sesilon of the
Senate aa effort will be made to dispose of
the nomluatloa of Attorney General IToar
for the position on the Supreme Court bench-,
to which he was recently nominated. Ila
mor has It thai 'IbV nomination will bare
Jetted by a consiaerabte mJ6rllff 'and that
ItUuedealraof Bonatoreto fti the nomN
nation out of the way, la order that the
President may lend la another name.
Tub Admission or Mississirii. In tho
Senate yesterday Mn .Morton Intfodncod a
"bill to prorlde for the admUslor - . "
ilsstppi.'' It Impoaee UMsame txmdltlone
as In the case of IrslnL.exeeptlBat mem
bers of the Legislature are not required, to
take any oath. Similar bills wero Intro
duced In the House by Messrs. TThlttemore
and Mr Cessna, and were referred to the
RonstrneUoa Commuted? f
AssitiiiuitT or Recruits SpecUl or
ders No. 33, J nit Untied from th Uar De
partment, directs the super in tandeat of ga
crat rccrulUnx senlceat NevTprktofbr-
ward detachments of recruits as followst 59
to Fort Delaware, for assignment "Wpa
oles K aodL, 4lh arUUeryt ftolVtMe-
nenrj. bid.i for companies v. iii ana ii,
i iw anuieryt a 10 jrors uasmngisn, mo.,
for companlea A and M, dth artUl-rj.
. , r
Mr AivsTRORO, of Pennsylvania, Intro
duced in lue uoute ycsieruay uux loosing;
to an addltlooal Usu of 1 W,OW(0UO-in
greenbacks, to be paid out for the Interest
bearlnff loan of tbq Celled States attthelr
lawful Talue, which value. If necessary, shall
be fixed by the Secretary or iuq Treasury.
The bill further provides for the return of
the bonds for them upon similar 'conditions.
Tho bin was referred to tbo Committee on
Banllng and Currency,
NATii! Oiroxas. Tli following naral or
ders were baaed yesterdayi Ordered Oscar
f. Stanton, tfomouBd the reeelrtaa; ship
vandaua, .'ortsmouio, nu, Jtnsiga uor
aco MeKtroy, to the Colorado, on the 15th of
Ftbrnorri Eoslsm James W. Carlln, to I'mal
duty at Wasblngton, Dt C, on' the 7th of
February next ensign UamUtoo C. TaU
man, to signal duty tX Washington, D. C,
od the 7th of February next. Detached-
Pawed Assistant Surgeon George S. Cut
breth, from the data! hospital, New Tort,
and ordered, to the nary yard, new Toric
Two uobc Virginia EepreiantaUtei
Messrs. Ayer and McKeoxte were admltted
to seats In the Jloaio'of RoprefentattTea
vosterdaT. Mr. MeKenxleA case hu net
yet been ttportod. on by the Elecl'oa Qonti
rolltoc, and consequently oaeSort was made
to defeat the resointidn for Till ad mil i Ion.
nis loyalty was Toaehod for by Messrs.
Sqhenek, Farrsworth, aCaynird and others,
and ho was aacmtoa. tho oaij qaouion
before the Election Committee was, whether
Mr. McKeoue was competent to take toe
test-oath, for Mr. Whittlesey does net claim
having recelred a majority of votes. Tho
fact that he took the oath yesterday Is the
best evidence, thatM Could fake IL The
committee will have an easy task now In de
ter mining his case.
Wasted A "Suitiblr 8itb Yesterday
tho Joint Committee on Public Buildings
and Grounds, com posed of Senators Morrill
of Vermont, Trumbull aod Cole, and Repre
sentatives BcAtty, Smith of Tennossee. Tan
ner and Gets, In company with Secretary
Fish and Gen. Mlchler. Superintendent of
Public Buildings, visited all the nnoecupUd
public squares, with the view of selecting- a
site for a new State Department bum log.
Secretary Fish, It Is said, Is In favor of
Lafayette square, la front of the ExecUrT
mansion, Several or the committee were
opposed to this, as It would spoil oae of the
most beautiful parks of tho city. The Joint
committee will meet on Tuesday next and
determine upon tho site.
Ow. A. Aires, the Military Gorernor of
W&kU-lppl aid Senator-elect from that
Stare, was at the Executive Manslea yester
day, and closeted with the President for
over aa hour. He laid before hint the ofd
clalpapere of the action of the Mil slsslppl
Legislature In reference to the reconstruc
tion RCta, Which wera nromDtlv tranimlttM
to tM State Department, with ihi request
thai the official notyicUoa be made without
delay. The President exnrcaaed, hi mi elf at
maeh pleased wlCh the condition of affairs
In that Bute, and talked for some time1 with
the General In reference to Us future ror.
crameatv The laterrlflir itm WjrhlrUaYJ
,111 . i j
rohraglngvto tbo Senator-elect, and wll)
donbtlead lABSoncoblmio accept the honor
confrrrrt bjthe peop of the Bute, for
which no baa lone so touch, during his term
of aerrfce U WUtafy Governor. "',
AudRa TUB xaumnoxa sent to the Sen
ate yesterday waa that of Mr. Franele A.
Walks? lor th superintendency of the ceav
sui. na at present deputy special com-
mlstfotterof tho revenue, In charge of the
Bdrean of fitallstlcs. Treasury Department,
walch poaldor h has ftllod with ability tor
the post yeerv During" tb rebellion he
served with seme dliUnotlarji and at tba etoao
thereof held the rink. of brigadier gcneraL,
lif was,Lpnor, u nu,, appointment la the
TreasRry-DeparlmeBai connected with the
8pr!ngfleld Jttpiibtteanm. The nomination af
this tlm U would arwmr. Is little In advance
of thebliLulborllD tbo appointment of1
eucDt an cJnca. ae the csasUa bULfi reported
by the House, has not as Jet been acted opoa-l
by tb Scnite. "3ti
trm.mrwr-r f llrr
MiLtiqif Accotm to ur Swobr to
Becretar Botwell has lsinSdsicIrcnlar to
lhD4l&ura4gterktand pfopor accounting
offlcort of ha Treasury Department, djrtct,
tog that all accounts presented by officers,
clerks erother-'employees of the Txoasury
Dparfos'u(,' for1 mileage or expenses la
tarred while engaged on official business,
must In future bave appended thereto the
oalU of the party that the distances charged
hava beCd'nctftiUy and Necessarily trateled.
at the date tberela tpeclfled, and that noso
of sueo dlslanoce have been traveled under
any-free, pais cm any railroad, steamboat or
otter conveyance, and that the expenses aa
charged hate ooen actually incurred ana
paid. a No account of such party or parties
unacwnipanled; with the oath above pre
scribed will bo, paid by any disbursing of
flcr of the Department, or passed by the
Tnx New MfUTABT Datartmert. Gen
Sherman yesterday Issued theOenerat Order
alreidyrcftrfcdtolalhe Rare dli cat bq
nouncleg that .
"l.tTbe Boatera and Repreientatlves
from the Bute or Virginia haling beenad
mltiad.to their respective Hctfies bf Con
rreaavtba eomnuad known ae the First
Military District baa eeaaea to exist. -
vjjy aitecuoa oi inaA-resiaent. uiiduui
or Maryland, Virginia, West Vlrglala aod
North Carolina will compose the Depart
ment of Virginia, iuader theooramaad of
lifer el Major uenerai t- . uanoy, neaa
quarter at Richmond, Virginia, and will
form a part of the Military Division or ttra
3. Commandlne officers of all doeU aid
detaehmeuts now serving In the limits or
the now department will report to Oeneral
Caoby for Instructions. Toe companies of
mo ein uuaniry now serviig in toe oiaie oi
North Carolina will be relieved as earlras
Desalble. andjcnori to Brevet MslorGeneral
At n. Terry, commanding Department of
lha Rniilh. frxr rtrdura ' '
Tub claims of the Western distillers for
exemption of tax on whisky in bond has
been 'presented to the Revenue Bureau.
The following comparative itatcment ahowe
the amount of business done lo fine spirits,
during the months la 1808, 1863, when tho
dbOller.ee are. In full operation! Number of
U was paid, 9,633,178. In bond December
11868. produced during same time, 3,330,
760. Total produced during tue flvo months,
Number ofnllonsprodttiedfroftJoly to
Noromber S3, 1339, S2,77d,933j excew of
product of 18G9 over 1868, 10,757,0371 num
ber of callous In bond July 1, 1809, 18,663,-
&33( entered In bond to November SO, 1869,
23,772,003 tout gallons bonded to Decem
ber 3L 1899, 89,436,8011 withdrawn on
payment or tar, M,03l,2W remaining In
bond December 1, 13C.li,iw,M3. Tne
aboThfxclutro of grape, apple and pouch
NatiorIiv TniATRR r-Kelly and Leon's
Mlnsfreis Dpeued at this tbeatMut nfghe
Macoodhonse Botvlthstandtog the rain.
The programme contained many acta en
tirely new here, among them a most amusing
sketch, written by Mr. Kellyf called "Matri
mony," Introducing the only Leon la a
femlnloe character well calculated lo display
his cioellent qualities Mr. Kelly was also
very effective as the vjctlmlied husband.
To-night the bnrtesene called tho "Jap"
will be presented, which Is said to be ex
WIllVOpbra nocsB Deiptto' the lo
clcmenl weather thar waa a rail house at.
Wall's last night to wltnoss the revival of
the fcimous comedy of "Pur American
Coo it o,"- which was presented with that
excellence which boa characterised all of
the pwformauces darlo; Miss Keeoee en
gsgemeat. This comedy, although so often
played, always secures a good attendance.
Miss Keono. aa Florence Trenchard, was,
as she always II, cirefdl and excellent. Mr.
ITawk'e Asa Trenchard was ralr. air. mc
Nultr. as Blnney. was really quite effoeUre.
aodlfut Mlu Nuti, as Sprlggtos, deserves
especial credit. The same piece will be pre
sented to-night, on Thursday ninnl tue
fine old comedy H Tho School for Scandal; "
will be proiuced.
La Coteuib Carxivau Ever blnce the
announcement of tbo time when Professor
Marlnl would give his annual iai muqu4t
all the fashionable portion of our commu
nity hare been on the ffulVtribf anticipation,
and to-night we expect that the aeademyof
thaProfsssorwlllbB crowded with a brUtttnt
throng of thoso devoted to tho terpttchorean
art, all arrayed la unique and fanciful cos
tames. Those who hare been unable to se
care dresses will be glad to learn that Mr.
Harry Danehae, the popular coslnmer, will
be la attendance with a rarge assortment of
costumes from which they may sslect
CO J CERT AT METIEaOTT; I.LtProf.
Espnta wilt give a grand concert at Met
Etrott IU1I to-morrow evsatng. The per
formers wilt be the prplU of Prof. EspuU,
land will, uoUouDt, no credit to nuexcel
lentCteMhligs. Tho proceeds of the con
cert are to be applied to the bone fit of St.
Mathew's Free School.
Card fro in Jtev. lr. MaodarUad
BATuseir, Jaaaarr 9, Wrt
ge your paper of thla dale, puVportlcg ie be
a "reply" to "recent attacks upon Jhe Pat
pacy," and to which I Irast I shallhare the
pleasure, Providence permuting, of respond
log at no distant day, ..
Permit me for the present to express my
regret that the title of "fiuni." should
be so offensive to the adheronti of tho
Church of Rome as to be made a ground of
complaint Put what arn we to do la the
matter, when the Rev. Dr. Whlto himself
prefaces hit lecture by telling forth this
complaint, and theg-vlnde np this Identical
discourse by tho following quotation t
'Wails steads tbe Oollaauot, Bona shall
Whao rllis'the qnllssata, Rpue ahsll fU,
And when Rome falls, ti world M
It this Is the Rqmf of hts affectloos, why
should he be ashamri of his mofVr, or com
plain of being called after heir
YatRjyrtt.t B. BtmouLABP.
The President Will rrira a rrpnltnn ant
Tkursday evtnlatf. from 8 to 10 o'clock.
De notice will bo given when the BeWxeV
tfrpvion luereaner jru take place. "
Postmaster-General Creswelfs reception
akt night was, without excetlloa Oad'bf
tlafl most briniant of the season. M sight
was the moit leelement of tho year, and
yex toe aitendanco could not have been
greater If tbe moon had boon out la all her
fehJry and loveliness and the stars had been
gBttcrlog la the firmament. Tbe toll its of
the ladles were of the richest and moil ele
gant description. Postmaster Genorat and
trsCreawall recelred their guests with
dbnlly and trace, and1 br kld'd words.
atodly Altered, extended heart welcome
mi su au ue members of ue La&mei,
resign Ministers, attaehes of the Lcfta
flor, dlatrngvlahed elvlllansrana)adtea.f
thaAJahcitrAakinil Inlifilrrinsa. colled In
piy their rapertd to oar dUtlogulshedTbet?
roaster General aod his estimable ladv.
Shortly before eleven o'clock President
Grant rBd,(Mrif Juraot arrlred, and both
ooo moved about ihoroora, aod entered
with spirit Into the enjoyment ot the eve
ning. Thfl ProklAci'L WaiAf rAnraA. laartlW
greeted by all present He and Mrs. Grant
onversed freely with all who approachea
hem. Mr. Creswell hod done everything In
bis power for the couplet eeioymsit bC his
guests All of his elegant parlors were
thrown open. One portion was set apart for
the votaries of terpslebore, and the gayest
aad hAppfest. of ladles and gentlemen en
Joyed the daoco to their hem's content. The
President, escorting Mrs. Secretary Fish,
mado his way to the dancing room shortly
after hts arrival, and Vtlh pleased expres
sion gaaednpon the scene before htm. Mean
whllo Mrs. Grant was the centre of a bril
liant circle la the main reception room.
Anoiher rbota was aet spirt as VVanquet
room, where the most palatable dishes Urd
aad tempted the appetite. In fact nothing
was left undone to mokd lhU reception one
of the most enjoyable of tho season la
jAmonff' the dlitinBmlshed raetli TrrCsent
Vre Secretaries FUh, l)oatwell, Uobeioo,
ttalftftfttt. m. ft- aiwwiwj uvaorai.ai9r,
all accompanied bladlcs. Senators Ferry,
Gilbert, Hamlin, McDonald, Nrr, Spencer,
StowartaTrpmbolJi WUuama and Hamilton
and a large unmoor or ,tepreseouurcs and
distinguished amy officers, Ac.
Mr. Alexander B. Shepherd gave a delight
ful entertainment vlait night at hlsy resi
dence, No. 1123 Tenth street. This was an
other of the parties proposed by prominent
buitness men of Washington, to bring mem.
bers of Congress and oar cUJxeus la closer
communion. In order that they may better
understand each other.
,Mr. Shepherd's elegant parlors were
thronged with the most prominent business
men of Iho city, and distinguished members
of Concrete, all of whom heartily enjoyed
iho splendid entertainment provided,
' 'A. . l.i .
AiKrin uourur no oi bwuu cuuiarau-
Uonla the handsomely furnlsbod parlors,
tho guests repaired to the dining room.
Around this hoepltablo board District mat-
tcre were dlscoued with the national legis
lators present, aod everything passed off la
tbo most agreeable manner. The party
separated at midnight with a kind good
night for the host and for each other.
Thtse entertainments aro doing an untold
I good. A better and kindlier footing prevails
lo all Mlrectlons, and each Is learnlag to
know the other better,
Mrs. Geo. W. RIggs gaTO her usual weekly
reception at her residence 6n I street last
evening, which was attended by a largo num
ber of the moat prominent notables at pros
eat In Iho; city Tbo diplomatic corps was
also fully represented. After tho reception
the younger: portion of tho company partlcl
potcdlQlhoJojBof tho dinco, audit was
quUEaUte hour boron iba marry throng
Tub Housb Judiciart Couhitteb has
agrocd to report a resolution to return to
Mrs. R. E. Leo certain articles, rormeriy the
property of General George Washington.
which were taken from Arlington by Gen
eral McDowell la he early part of the lato
-var, and which are now- In possession of the
Interior DepartmcnU Tho resolution wlU
be reported by Mr. Kerr, of Indiana. These
articles have been for some time on exhibit
tlon la the Patent Office, and consist of
Washington's camp furniture, his money
chest, articles of household ihrBllBre, China-
Tor Faoa Tbadb ardTcbtxr flour.
AU the world knows there has always been
an actlye frog trade lo franco, fa fact,
many people whose knowledge of foreign
manners was rather limited, conscientious! v
believed that those all ray looking natives of
marshy lands wero tbe principle) article of
meilQWWii franco, ma mwoampnioi
ous animal, however, eaters largely Into
French dietary, and the trade la them has
developed very considerably of late, a single
frog merchant of Luxembourg having
exported to Franco 900,009 frogs la three
As the after part of the animal only Is
used for consumption as frogs thero Is
consequently a large portion left. But tbq
careful, utilitarian Frenchman: has found a
nroiltftbla means of nilllxlna this relected
portion, and It ts now cooked tip at the
jrrencn restaurants ana loiq as innie soup,
Tho rost of the bod v and the dlsrustlair-
looking slimy skin are swallowed by tbe
gourmands as turtle, soupt and they smack
their Up rellehlnrly under the Impression
that they aie Indulging In a beautiful plate
of tbe genuine aruclej One never knows
what be eats at restaurant, and especially
till rcoou uuc
Not a aBBATWnrLR aoo DonaYarona,
while glflng the Ue $Hto for free Cuba, was
shot by a Spanish assassin. More recently
DonaLulsaFcrnandoi haa been coodemned
to death bv a court-martial at EiDtrltn-flanta.
She will be shot or rarroted for the crlma of
having concealed, la her house, on of the
Insurgent chiefs. These are the sort of
women's rtghtA Which prevail In Cuba, tho
right to risk life, and the right to brave
death, and In mora than these two Instances
the Creole women have known how to exer
cise them yith heroic spirit. Absolute hate
of the Bpantard haa gtren a flash of strange
fire to these acts of sacrifice-, and the same
Ineradicable and unconquerable enmity be
longs to the children and the brotbera of the
women of.Cuba, The) endurance of tbe
Cubans can rcaly be measured by the depth
of that ecdtlmeuu Who can 'say that their
cauio ua ponauou i
pKonABLrthe'eheapbst carriage of mall
matter In tbe United Blaise Is that between
Uioci isiana ana itewport, it. 1. Tho con
tract for carrying the malls Is let to tbe low.
est bidder, and thero beim conslderabla rl.
valry at the time of their letting, the bids
were acoordlngly low, the successful party
agreeing to perform the duties '' for one cent
per year." Thnjowest terms ever before
known on the sama route wero four dollars.
Sciiuorbt died In 1818, and twenty years
afterward In October 1808 the ceremony
of laving the corner-atone of bis monument
Ar akror; Ohio, ram has got Into trouble
by pulling a young lady out of tho river by
Limit DO partnerships A Chicago mar
ncftolnlioma Vor tbtltecoa;nltloii of
The following Is the preamble and resolu
tion lBtrodndod la the Hdnse yesterday by Mr
Fuck,' of Nevada, In relation loCubAi
Whaftte tbaPrMUaat of tbo Valtad Blstss
la hi last aaaual aioisace aauaalaUJ.tfc
dotlrlae thai Ibis nation U its owa JaJ
ha toaoowrd UiVrlihtof bflMcrft(iy to a
people itmiEiUif 19 fra t(malTts from a
OdTtrnqtaat lhr better to Aa oppressive
aod wbaroaaiM people of taatsiaftdof Ouba
haro for ksoro tha eao ftnt past baaa "strtii-
bay baliara to be onraailrri) aad wharaaa
a pursuit of aueh tffort thar hara mAlatalaad
iih( w ira-o lainiiiTriirDniUDiiiiniHi
artnad foraas lo the field, aithMUtibd a eapltal,
orxaolsad a alrll lorarunient, abollihal ale.
vary, bad aow Bold poataaaloa if aad xtrelsa
aatual Jarladlatlaa orar a larto portion of
tDOlsIftadi ofUobai aodwharaaaaUsiroTta of
tbo UOTSraBealof fiDAln toiniiBrass tbala-
Eurreetfoei m Cuba haro provad abortlr
av waorraa 'aa Kapaoji i injoa, na
raaekad a eoslllloa of obUoaal Uloe
wbiMAtrhs ii to rweocalllaa of ttinfimir
froaa otbar powers i aod wharsss tho latarrsta
or Ua TJsllfd. AltaJaa of Am trie a would bo
adva-ofd And1 1 So aywrpathloaTbr If povpla
Sonsaitad by tba uau or th Uubaea id
BiUrtntptd bftkiStHmtt mnd.Uomiiaf Rep
rtttnmltvti olAa Unttt Bmttt'mf Jtmtrit in
mmwrwwm afwatpiaw, mil ina rrriiatii pi ta
aatad) to lattaadlataly itaa o proaUnatlaa,
katordloff tha rlfhta of bsllltercaey to the
Itopnbttf of Onto a.
Commodore Vanderbllt refuses to make a
will. He desire that his youthful wife
shall have her fall lesal share of his prop
erty. She wUlbrolr, 'therefore, when he
dies to some ezxowjxxs
Thus far, Mrs. General Gsloes has only
realised 859 out or nor large estate in tne
heart of New Orleans.
General BamiMe recently attended the
St, James Theatre, Loudon, and "personally
congratulated Mrs. John Wood, lbs mana
A came of chess, lasting- ten years, has
Just been 'concluded between Dr. Cirl B ren
tier ct of Germany, aod his brother, of new
"Miss Rose E. Bollson, Bachelor of Arts,"
Is anxious (o enter la competition with Anna
, Dtktnar)a for "the lecture championship
Eugenlo had her apartments at the Tauw
rles refarnuhed daring her Eastern journey.
and hung with tho potiralU of the favorlto
-ftCia ox me court.
CapL TfU, tr Srctfo'' explorer, with an
Esquimaux man, woman, and child, was at
the Treasury Department yesterday.
Gen.TJA.rJBaUcTlLeid, N.T.t Gen. Rufas
Ingalls, U, fl. A. Goo. Alfred Pleasanton,
U6. A.) Gen. Geo. II. Sharpe, U. S.A.1
Hon, M.J Townseod, Troy, N.T.t lion.
H. R. 8 aid en, Rochester, N. T. Mrs. Amoe
A. Lawrence and party. Boston 1 Gen. J. 8
FuUerton, St. Louts 1 Hon. Hugh Whlto and
family, N. T., and Paul W.Bpofford, esq,
N. Y., are at the Arlington
Mr. Cba-les Dickens concludes his fare
well readings at St- James Hall, London,
Ferdinand de Lesscps ts trying lo place
Suea canal stock among the crowned heads
of Europe, but there seems to be a suspicion
Abroad that It Is not'sufOclently watered.
fj4ot TcloRrapbte Dro vltl.
lhlrteeu hundred and aerenty mecbanlca
were discharged from the Charlestown
town navy yard was pulled down on Satur
day last, and the Admiral has gone to his
home la Connecticut.
The official connection of all Admirals
with navy yards has ceased.
A heavy fall of snow north and east of
Boston Is reported.
Startling revelations with reference to
Senator Pomeroyare promised from Kansas.
John Reynolds, In custody at New Tork
for the murder of Wm. Towasend, has con
fessed. His real name Is Sylvester Bream.
He Is a native of tho South of Ireland, and
has been In this country fire years.
The Commercial bank of Louisiana haa
been robbed of $30,000, evidently by an ex
Tha State treasurer and auditor of Louis
iana hare been served with a peremptory
mandamus requiring them to lake only law
Dlspatchea from Rome state that the Popo
haa refused to receive tho address of 137
bishops protesting agaluit the dogma of In
fallibility. Tolocrapble Mammary.
a prominent cltlxen and author, died at
Lexington. Ky., on Saturday night.
Fiqahisbb E Mobas, recently Secretary
01 A.egauonj ana unargo -u Jkiuirea ait in
Urtm at London", Is coming to Washington
In the same capacity. ,
Tub Government tax on tbe legacies of
ineiate iuiwinA. oiavons was paia yester
day, amounting to $91,640. This does not
Include the legacy to the widow, which Is
TnBemploveca-at the Philadelphia new
yard about to be discharged have sent a pe
tition 19 Lfougraa asaing ware to continue
work and to allow their wages to accumu
late until the passage of tbe appropriation
bill by Congress.
Or FbidAt wight last tbe New Tork cus
tom home officers seized $8,000 worth of
silks and other goods la the Hamburg aod
Bremen houses, near the docke of tho Ger
man steamers la Uoboken. The goods were
removed to the enstom-houso.
Tub officers of the Camden and Amboy
railroad deny that auy collision occurred at
Jersey cltr to the Washington through train
on Saturday evening. It. Stewart, assist
ant of the general superintendent or the
Camden and Amboy road, says no such ac
cident occurred as Is reported.
Trr Paris Journals of yesterday state that
the French Minister of the Interior, In reply
to tbe demand of the English company for
tbe prlrllego uf layter a cable from Algiers
to Franeo, said, In effect, that hereafter all
monopoly la telegraphlo cables would be
abolished, and that even private parties were
at liberty to lay cables.
A Woman's Waqes. A lady correspon
dent of the Missouri Dmrit In a letter to
that paper on the subject of female employ
ment, say it
As to sew log women, I will cite one in
stance, though there are hundreds. Two
young girls, whom I know, work In a down
town suop, ana masa pantaioons at twenty
fire cenU a pair. This ts all the manufac
turers will pay. By close, steady application (
by tolling from early morn till the darkness
of the night, they can make two pairs each
day, or twelvt pain a week, all for $3 or SO
cents per day. now, if they bare no bom est
no parents they must needs board, and at
what price, Mr. Editor, can they obtain
board in respectable families? Four dollars
at the lowest. Only three dollars for their
wonc, miaa you, so wnera is tne oiner dol
lar to como froml Whenco their dothlnel
And to earn this paltry three dollars takes
their every hour of daylight. Where Is the
time lo feed their minds ? In some shops
they make lined Jeans pantaloons for SO
cents a pair, and still the poor creatures
maxe money at mat prico. una a prepos
A ladr correspondent of the New York
Star reports that Mrs. A. makes tests at 18
cents apiece ror a wholesale house. She can
earn $8 a month by working fourteen hours
a dar. Includlotr Sundavs. She pave 83 a
month for her attic, and has two small chil
dren to support. She has eaten meat once
only and then It was given to her sluco
Thanksgiving day. Another easei Kate A ,
a " flnliW of fine shirts, makes about $ J
a week, working hard for II She has a
rand mother to support, and "has often
lived for weeks on bread and water, In order
to afford tbe old woman a little broth every
Tka 4 will aias boProaout al ilia
Opealasr af Parllaananl-Tb Tola
Rrapb net wean avai mm at ttorty-'
Lou now, January 11. fh Quoen will
not be present at tho opening' of Parliament.
Tho speech will bo doll re rod by a commis
sioner. The overland telegraph to India la m
working order again. Messages of to-dav's
date have been exchanged between London
and Bombay. The dlspatchee announce tho
arrival of the Great Eastern at Bombay.
Tba -pan lab Coaiawl acotn nali it ,
ror sue spiaiar4i.
New Yobb, Jan. 31Tbe Spanish Oon-
inl or this city received the following official
IUTlatA. Jam 30 Gonera! Pnoblo at
tacked and captured an entrenched camp of
th Insurgents?! Gaaltnalro, with only
twelve hundred trdop. Ho remained there
ruisuKvu uajit ikiuv;e u eiiuiauoas
there. Tho insurgent fled after the first
attack, luting a great number of dead on
Tbe Ran Loala l-.al Rbballloa
10 two on vera craa mma Hex!,
BouvaWxsTrAsa.Jsa.Sl. Cot. Gajeao.
who left Vera Cms on the 17th, has arrived
acre, ue inrnunes ue raJiowinr .
woi.uajeanis secretary or Biaic or th
Bute of Vera Crux, and represents that he
was compelled to fly to the United State for
aichj. uo rcpuna tue rcroiBuon increasing
In San Louis fcotosl. Orizaba has pro
nounced agamijua Jaarex Goyrnment.
Col. Aguello, who belongs to the Church
party, Is the bcajfof the Orltaha movement,
The suspension of constitution raaraoteca
by the Government tad produced general
dissatisfaction and Indignation, as well as
The PQiaonat scountr a..i iia f th K
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poftiuoa aro Baui wwta jooparaTi
Telegraph linee aro nearly completed be-
tweon Tampleo And Vora Cri, and wilt be
extended to Matamoras, thus Plaelnir Hex
co City in telegraphic communication with
the Unltod States.
THE KBT WEST DPBLIHT9.
Caaiaaaat Hbot on Sba Htapo afblo
iioiet oj a nao-TJi Editor or Iba
lilapateb Withdraw aw Arllalo m
IbeDaol. - -
KBTWxiT, Jan. St. Gonxalo Castanon.
editor of the VoijU CVM, while standi nr on
the porcn or Ms noteu vu attacked by sev
eral Cubans, who opened Are oa him with
pistols. He rctdmed the Are and wounded
three of his assailants, when he recelred a
shot from which, he died In fifteen mloutes.
Several arrests here been made.
The editors of the Key West LUpatek. In
a card, withdraw an article which they pub-
iisnca tuts moraine on tne spproacnicc
duel, for the reason that too statements
made are Inexact.
- . ijaaaaWftpftwaaas Wamei
A nnlck willed woman will reodllr aes
that all the men" around her have not had
their special characteristic washed out by
the process which produces the typical
arawing room -sweu." 1 oe women round
about her she doc know. Her relations
with them are more intimate. Bhebasmet
their envloos and critical looksj she has
overheard their bitter, speeches) she haa
oocn mixed up in tnetr mean ana spjierui
auarrels. How different Is all this from tbe
nroaa ana generous masculine nature, wun
lu temperate and charitable ludrmant. iLa
fjood humored consideration for fallings, lis
arffe-heartedklcdness aod mutual coartasvl
For her to leave the dining-room for the
drawing room u a inai. ocuna are au
noble and manly virtues and excellencies;
before her the petty scandal mongcrlng,
ana envy, ana yamty oi nar componiooa in
the misfortune taf sex. There or spiteful
sayings said of her which she never can for-
Brt. Woe thero one of these uttered by man f
id there ever lire a man capable of saying
such things? Uo. The healthier and
stronger masculine nature Is by Its very con
stitution above such things. Its strength
allows It to be generous.
aicn are icaa 191010. aooat smaii tnuigo
than women, because they have much
target interests at siaxe,wnicn prevent tneir
placing unaue importance on tne petty ao
nlals of domestle life. The men she meets
aro Invariably good and geusroua and cour
teous. As she see them, they ore Invariably
desirous of helping each other at any cost.
If they dared to smoke la her presence, they
would pick out tbe very best cigar In their
possession to give to their neighbors. They
never max a Dorgairraisaarantageona to a
friend. Instead of selling a worthless gun.
a shakr horse? or a handful of doul
share to their cousin Frederick a rreen
horn who has Just come from India they
would Infinitely prefer tons these article
themselves, and give Frederick their best
advice In buying elsewhere. A for their
Interpretation of conduct, nothing could be
more considerate, or more unlike the ungen
erous criticisms of women. "
Most women hare bad an intimate ac
quaintance with some father, brother, or
husband and that experience, one might
Imagine, would qualify their notions of the
universal rood conduct and mutual courtesy
of men. But such need not necessarily be
the case. How Is tbe woman to know that
her hnsband represent hi sex I Is she not
Just as likely to imaglaa that 'he; misrepre
sents tt, and, In the event or hie possessing
a somewhat uncertain temper, Is she not
certain to contrast his occasional lulklnes
orpeevlshness with the Invariable equanlm
Itv of all other men whom she knows I In
deod, opportunities must constantly occur In-
wmen a woman ia lorcoa 10 contrast mo
bearing or her husband with that or their
mutual friends. Bach comparisons aro very
unlnst 1 for the husband has probably come
to consider that, with one woman at least,
be ought to oato tne privilege or oeing
The husband suffere br the mistake which
his wife makes about men la general. She
fancies he has more weaknesses than other
men simply because she knows more about
him than aboL them. Ue might tura
around and say, though ho would no proba
bly convince hen "Don't you imagine that
all the men yon seo are Invariably so heroic
as they appear to be before you. A good
manvof them have theories about worsen
which would make yoa stare, aad most of
them conttdef the forced decorum of their
conduct before ladle a mghinu nuisance.
to wnicn iDeymusi suomw lor tae saco ot
decency. You can't hear them talk as they
go home or a iney sum inairciuo. ion
don't sea them go Into childish rages about
cold soup or a missing lelterpyon don't see
them In thetr own house as they are when
your visit Is over, or-rerbap yoa would
think your conjugal position not the worst
In the world. Because thy are all pretty
iiwii(i nrt amtict. and nonsensical, ex
travagant attention toward yoa, do yoa
im.Btn that tha alwavs maintain that ad-
mtrable attitude I Don't b a fool, Anna
U aria j but believe that all men are pretty
mucn an xe,
Ike, aad that I ant not the only
An oxcltlnr discussion occurred In the
Spanish Constituent Cortes last Saturday be
tween Senor Flgueros, one of the leaden of
tbo ltepuuiicane, ana general ram. The
former defended the recent Republican In
surroctloD, and asserted that It wu a delib
erate act of the people to defend their in
dividual rights, which have been violated
by the Government. He further asserted
that those so-called lnsurrenls who had been
aiuen oy tne uovernment were simply as-
aastinaioa. nun rose ana acmanaea a re
traction of tho offensive words, but Flgue-
raa rerusea to retract, ino reoerai suppv
siuon tOAt toe matter win cna in a awi
laftpcaehraaat BUaolam., Atraiosl
I ! And I tar WlfklJfT,
frfRW OrIAari, January 3LTb Hous
PMsediwoltrtloMOf Impeachment a rale it
Klckllffe, the Slalo auditor, upon charge
mide by Governor Warraootb, for malfe
anco and bribery. A eotamltte of fire has
been appointed fcooudaet the Impeaehmant
oul the part of the) Hcsjaa.
kuavriAB, TRxr, Jan. tlThe aet of
the Tennessee Legislature granting aid to
tho Mediterranean and Oriental Steam Navi
gation Company of New Fork ha been
signed, and 1 a Uir. The object or this
measure la to eneourag emigration of la-
Dorers irom souinrrn Earopa Into Bouthern
State by direct auanvare to Bonthsrn ports.
Lera-o aad EntbwaiaatU ttoetlaa; la
Faver r Llnltlaa: tbo rwr of
Iba aavorsiaiHatroBff BeaolattloB
New Oaleaks, Jan. 3L There wu a
large and enthuslAstla meeting at Lafayette
square to-nlgbU A summary of tho pre
amble and reaolutkui ar a follows!
Whereas certain measure hare been Intro
duced Into tba General Assembly of LouUl
ana which propose to give to tho executive
of the State control of the, elections and tho,
administration of Justice t to establish an
armed: and uniformed militia, subject to tho
order of the executive) to confer upon pri
vate corporations exclusive prlrllego and
State aid to a ruinous extent) that wo view
with Indignation aad alarm the effort which
are being made by unprincipled and selfish
men Jet Impoverish on.the one hand and
enslave u upon the otheri tho eoostabulary.
militia, registration and election bill will
destroy tha freedom of Election and mako
the Governor an absolute despot and, cloth
ing idea wltu tue mean of perpetuating hi
The fiflh resolution says, that whllo we
OTicslly desire to maintain the honor of tho
State and will cnoaifaUy anhmlt to any tax
atlon which may bo necessary to pay the
principal and IntereU of the State debt that
bo been honestly and fairly contracted, yet
there Is a point beyond which we canoot and
will not gof and w now give notico to the
world that we Intend to use all the means la
our power lo prevent the payment" of any
bond or other obligations of the State which
may hereafter be corruptty Issued, or any
bonds or obligations the Issue of which Is not
Indispensably necessary to the administra
tion of the State government, or to maintain
Ike faith and credit of the Bute la conform
ity with laws already enacted. That we in
lead to make this a paramount question at
the next election formembsrsof the Legis
lature, and will vote for no man who will
not pledge himself to Institute the most
rigid scrutiny Into all these transactions,
and to refuse to vote to levy any tax, or
make any appropriation to pay one dollar
of the principal f- lntr-4 f any sues obll-
The president wo requested lo appoint
committees for every parish In tbe Stale, to
obtain signatures to the fifth resolution.
TUB rEAUODT OBSEQUIE.
Dolngo at Portland Preparation
asreabadj. )faTbe Banoral la
Pobtlamd, Mb., Jan. 31. There was a
constant stream of people flowing through
the City nail to-day, where the remains of
Mr. peobody are lying In state.
Admiral Farragut and staff visited Fort
Preble to-day. Tho city government Tlslted
the fleet to-day.
Gov. Chamberlain this afternoon gave a
dinner to Captain CommercU, Admiral Far
ragut, their officers and other distinguished
Prabopt, Mass , January 31. Tho
funeral of George Peobody la official
ly announced to take place here on Wednes
day, February 8tu, at 11 o'clock, la south
church. Oa the arrival of funeral train to
morrow tho remains will he escorted to tho
Peabody Institute from tbe railroad depot by
a batalllon of United State troops and th
Tutton Guards of the town, the latter far
nlshlng the guard of honor, while tho re
main lay la state. The door of lb Instii
tote will bo open to visitors from the 3d to
tbe 7th of .February, Inclusive, between tiro
hours of 10 a- m. and 5 p. m., Sunday ex
cepted. THE SJEOBUf A ABSAHMRATIOX.
Anoiher Verelan-Tta Case Claimed
Satarxaii, Ga., Jan. 31. In regard to
the reported assassination of a revenue offi
cer, tho Morning Jftiri of to-day contains the
following) A report haa been Industriously
circulated la Radical circles, that Mr. Brunt,
an assistant assessor of Internal revenue, at
Black-hear, Ga , wis assassinated on Fri
day. From a reliable correspondent at the
place, we learn the following particulars,
which were brought out by tho coroner In
quest, composed of leading citizens of Pierce
It appears from the evidence, as reported
by onr correspondent, that tho deceased com
mltted suicide, as his own revolver was
found within a few feet of his body with one
chamber discharged. Ills wife testified that
she heard only ono ptstol shot. The cause
of this rash act Is unknown, but already the
unfortunate man's death has been turned
into another " rebel outrage," and tho In
formation has probably ere this been sent to
Washington and Atlanta.
The JlipvNican ot this city will publish
to-morrow proof conclusive that Bruut, as
sistant assessor of revenue at Blackshear,
committed suicide and was not assassinated
aa alleged la tha dispatch sent forward from
this dry somo days ago.
Ua 1 trailed by British Bool
dat Ileadad by iba BrltlabCaa-aal-JIo
Dlaoo wltU W, B.-Dancabb
aod Attends a VI rem a a Ball
manor I Caw ortV
N'lwToxr, Jan, 31. Prince Arthur was
waited upon at tha Brevoort House by dele
gation! of English, Scottish, and Irish resi
dents, headed by the British consul, and
wu presented with a congratulatory ad
dress, The Prince rnaae a feeling reply
He dined with W.B.Daacan this evening,
land anbAMaentlv attended a firemen's ball
At iqa Aeademyof Musle. Hedlnos with
I UoJ J n. arlnaeU oa WedneaJ.yi On
Thursday with August Belmonlj Friday with
E. H. Btoughton, and leave for Boston on
PAW. at St Petersburg, wu recallod &J
time afW a recent iwrformaaco of "Tho
Child of the Regiment."
Jou McCools hu been elected to the
Minnesota Legislature. fUUbrothersnam
liUtke," the pugilist.
Tna composition ot tha United States fire
and three eon t nlacea la ona fourth nickel 1
' tho balance is copper.
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