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Tho District in Congress.
THE APPROPRIATION FOR TRE POOR
ANINrEffilNpDfeBVTE
Opinions of Gentlemen on Dis
trict roopio.
WHATMR.LOGA.HTHINKSIBDUTUS
nt ei phew si an opihioit now TBS
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ireajofgroaad aad
aaiicltraf ,
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la lb llouw oCRecrueattAlref jeitcrdty
the Ben He bllt to pprof rtatq tZOfiOO forth
roller or taopooror t&e uu:nct irts uen
op.
Ilr. Cook eiplklncd tht prTll4n of ih
Uut tad Hid there wti no Aiihoiltj for tbi
corporAtlon of WMhlortoo, Oeorjetown or
me ktij uoart 10 rtuaftianaior rrini
lie retattd cei of cremt de4tUatlpa ao4
tDtTetlnft vhlch had bea broaght to hht
ttKotloa. II lafTorof fUlnt; tha
people her a, Oorermneot Wch thf could
control themaelTetf aad where they cooU
pan lawt for the bapport of their owa poor.
At prueat they eoau not put a law. bit
mv.it depaad upon Conaeu.
Mr. fiwano, of Hd , aiked whether thli
UU applied toTTaihlngtoii oolfj If it did
ha deilrad to tar that thera war as much
offering alaewbere at here, aod an appro
priation oould ba raado with aa maeh ptt
prut ror any oioer cuy. '
ur. 1OOKaaiaotnir.cuiu. nau aaioamy
to rathe aDDroDrlaUoni 'for their own ttoor.
while thla city could not do eo wltboot a
caaoffe. lie oaa neier aeara oi more inner
lDtr than exlited here at the present time.
ilr Lawrence, of ,QhIo, eaggeated that
the authorities of Waahlagtoa coald Utj a
tai to enDDort their toor. The cltr taxes.
be noderatoood, were as low as those of any
city. He would moTeanamenduient glrlog
aaihorlty to levy a tax for that pnrpote.
Mr. Cook said the troth ws that the peo
ple here were rcry hetTlIy taxed. There
was one objection t any further dlayt and
that was, that If the appropriation was not
soon raaae many oi toote ror wnom be now
appeared woaia oe neaa aoq paried
Mr Locan datlfed to make a nurireitlMi,
If the nonae really deilrod to reUere the
poor of the District. Instead of appropriation;
$30,000 to be pat la tba beads aod dlstrlb
nted br tha Marors of Washlamon and
Georgetown, of whoso dlttrlbnUoopf the
raoa we woaia nare no xnowiMge, ne woaid
pass an act aathorUlnir the Secretarr of War
to Uio rations to the poor, and then there
woaia oe no aauger oi toe ose oi toe money
for Improper purposes. Jle wal wlllbg to
nasa a bill that wonlcLreiait for lht benefit
of the poor, bat notoa to pat money Into
tne nanae oi men to o nsea tor eiecuoneer-
praailata If lac atl balat It tba
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raaordad atdlilalo
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TWtf.WCT'JSSJ.'r.uV,
a- i i,...iaa,r jiiH.a. or rill.
farf. il.i pt.Tlalfoi lk.aalaau.a.1 apau.l
ai.au! to klin oa lka tfik il.r of Uf J 1!. fix
It la ariaiad tbti tba laaltiaoay la tba atiaba
alaood oa tba Tattk nr oi Pfii aai .aa. turn
t.a.a(o Bllac araunaapta kji ibt tiamlar a to
port W ila.(ad. (Co flib dlr ft Ma? aaii.
UklaarAttdsMbaiatalbaUibdar al
. a av naraaa nil aaataaa iiu nauaaiiaa
t
dAar paraaa nay ejn4th.lMMl7
iOI'Mn OuBusUaluar e
Mr. Cook sahl this hill waa reported br tba
DUlrlctCommlttMof the Senate, who had
guarded lroareiatlT. The1 money conH not
be teed for elecllooeerljir purposes, as In
timated. The parties who were to distribute
this money were the Mayors of Washlnzton
and Georgetown, the preildet of the" luery
Court, and General O. O. Howard, add he
did net bollere those foqr genflcmea woald
egreo ia appropriating it to eiociwneeneg
purposes.
Mr. Logan did not say that they would
ao appropriate the money, but If the real
desire was to get food lor the poor It coald
he done Jasl as well through the War
Department.'
Mr. Cook tboQgbt,. that the rAsaertlon that
this moner would be disposed of otherwise
than Is provided lathe hlUwaenn Imputa
tion opon vno coaracter oi me gentlemen
on this floor this tery raorotng that ae Wo
sorry his name was In the htlli lie (Logan)
had not intended to bare. laetttloned this
fact, and "woprt i)i4 hate t)oae .so hat not
Ihegootleaaftfirom Illinois IfnCooK ae
cnaed him of caitlng,n unworthy lmputa
tlon upon the gentlemen named In the bill.
Mr. Cook tboufcht that nndsr the circa m-
ttanccB General Howard, was ae best peroa
la is anti-nalAd with the distribution, ne
considered the proper distribution of the
lands guaranteed hi the pHTatn charflcter
ortnegSDuemcm namoq. -
Mr Morgan, of Ohio, naked If It, was pro
posed to,ux tne peepie 01 unio to aopport
tee pauperao HMuwuvmi n a-i?
part of the proposed eyauol of economy Ti:
Mr. Cook tM thaf while the country was
atrargUai, with a glgaafla ri bell Ion. money
Via tn annivrTatlktavI tfl SAlkd khlft lOAdaiOf
rood to theVamishlnr Irish who were nolMfk-
fenagjas mucna toeaepeopie wcro b.m
lug to-day, and U ws aurprlsed to leegkA
tlenten who tad Tolederthat appnrtallM
flfltt icraplee igaiost thl bUJ. lie wanted
somslhlog, howefer, ftr the poor, mod was,
willing to agree Wlir. Logan'i prosKwUkm.
W order to hare sv rote upon the bill, bo
wouiamote thulhefcommltUe owrlse
aad r3porthebm.- 7 " . 7
tM lAlgan waijmrCCCUlUBJ UiILsaa. agaw
in support of hie prpposlUpn in faror of ra
i Lot a h-liil dlstdbnted bi the SecrtUry ef
War, when the. polni waa inade thM mofl;
UOn Mn0ra-UWOUuaw.a. a
.The Chair Mr. Frry eastatned tho point
pfonlir, and Mr. Logan took h!i eeaU
Mf. Cook theft withdrew his moUon thai
the committee rue. , a
Mr. Loitan rose toiwUreM the committee,
bat the Chair roccpilied Jtn Knott, of Ken-
Mr. Logen I thought I was entitled to
too noor
Th chair. Mr. ICetfl has been recoir
mixed became he Is a member of the District
Committee. , ,
Mr. Iogan. win tue gonueman irom
IT..t.ab. .1.14 IA n..1 i '
utwur?xx""
f'Sf'tog" "prtdUig with his ro-
marzs wicd iaavuav,ttiiiui'wvi iuub w
asking Mr. Knott for how long a time he
JI01UCU. .
ir. i-iogaa tDpcaiua wanr'wvpn uua uaj
Impatient. They could arrango the ques
tion of time betwecutbem. JleWffoM'ba
glad If he cotfld once get the floor la hie
own right, lie wauled lo- e plain his posi
tion upon tnis uui, uacAoaq tk swi
stated thabUoppotltlotA to 11 was simply
oeaaaie it auiainunuiwD. ma iww
sllUm wms because H wae not right. It the
rarm nt TV. BTtlnfftnn w.ra trt rtvflaa
crumbs from tha (foreninient, let tbejn get
them from he War Department, as ho pro
posed. . j
He did Dot thloV ttilht to UVa the peo
ple S moavj lonwuwu at jwl"'l'M atw"
for the paupers or WmshloKton. 'Ills propo
sition, therefore, pot the distribution of the
bounty of the Government In proper hands.
The food would be distributed by the Sure -tary
of War, who was ft Federal offleer and
responsible to Congress. The mayors of
Washington and Georgetown are responsible
to no one bat their constituents, aod they
could do what they please! with the tndniy.
aod Congress would bare no authority orer
them. Let the .Secretary of War distribute
the food, andthosewho most needed it would
get It. He did not care for the mayor of
Washington, nor did It havo any Influence
with him that ho waa a uepsblican.- ue
knew enough of humanity to know that J a it
before- an election men do not scrapie about
the means used to secure a trlamph. He
did not charge Improper purposes, lie Only
nniv BLkLMi wnn wara lacia.
There woald bono delay In his proposition!
the Secretary of War could Issue the ra
lions to morrowt bat this" plan seemed to bo
ohlect Ion able becauae It did not put money
.":.. r.i ... tf. i'.. .
Ul BOmeoou; av pucara. ua wvuiu auji,sa
thai (ho people of Wo hi ng too might do
much tbemselTCA toward relieving this
TOliery. If the ailitocrstlo people of Waalr
ISglOa WOUia give KWer jrco.mwya anu waa
he money from their pockeu to, feed thelt
own paupers there would not be eo mnoh
suffering. If the Rlltterlng ornemeots worn
by tno men and women who throng this
caDltal ware taken off and the moner other.
wisohpproprlated there woald pot be so
eaaeh poverty Tho people of Washington
were themstlrea la a great measure re-
SPOOSlblo, Ha fUr. 1.ntn wanted to
speak the truth about thU wholo matter,
aad when men oame hero and accused him
of belDtt actaated brother than hm.-t mrw
ilvaa thav illil nnl knaw k.i ... I
:;:.. "v"i- "Ezsrzr.irrz? .!"?? wwi
taiaiog kUDua. ua wuia io icea tne poor,
bat he waated U done hooeetly and fairlrT
Qeorgetowa wl& dlstrlbuto the fand ae It
salts their own purposes belt. They are
responsible to no federal authorities, whQe
the Secretary of War wae responsible to this
Congress. If the -Mayor chose to use thU
money Id an Improper manner what remedy
woaia tne poor man nare. lie coma not
brina salt to tret It back? 17e did net sir
that the parlies named In this bill were die-
noncst or raeompeieui, out ue 410 not pro
pose bf his" rata to tnt mono In tnan'a
pockets when h had no assurance what
they would do wllh It.
Mr. Logan concluded by oCTcrlogkn amend
ment that the Secretary of War be directed
to Issue rations of food lo the poor of Wash
ington and Georgetown until otherwise
directed by x Xvsldeat of the United
Stele.
b Mr. Benjamin said he woald at the proper
time offer a motion that the committee rise
and report tne bill with a recommendation,
that It be referred to the Committee 00 the
District,, of CoUmbla. with loslrnetlooa to
prepare a MIL authorising the corporations
of (Washington 'mnd Goorgetown to levy a
tax for the support of their owa poor.
Mr. Slocaoi. of New York, offered an
ameodment appropriating $30,000 for the
reuei ot me worxmen recently aucnireen
Xrota the llroukltn natr vtrd.
...T.-ar --'. :-: .. .
jr. iwoott. ot Aoacay, aaia mat no one
oojecioa to girug cnaruy waere cnaniy was
rrnir aeacrrpa. oaa aaa noma saouta. in
quire who were Intended to be benefited by
this blU. lie referred the members to Jodl-
tMary aqtaro and the Ticlolty of the City
TIalf. wherd. he soLLoa oonld find anr
pleasant day scores of able-bodied ootored
men. Ifnot there they would be found lo
the gallerlrs'bf Ihls Uonse. When the snn
shone brlghily you would find them at the
City IUll enjoying tboauelroe la in rays
Ilka black snakes, riaairhter.1 or wrraM
Had thcat oat la force whenever there wae
a political demonstration or torch light pro
cesslop Ton woald Had them on these oc
casion wearing their bine cape and blue
capes, with torches la their hands, headed
by bands of music, and marchlotf to the
lniplrlng tunc of "llaU Columbia" and the
"Star Spangled Banner.' Uugbter.
lie did not dlipatelhe fact that there were
objects of charity In tho District, bat he de
nied that the snUVrlns; wae as great as had
beet represented. If the colored people here
were poor, the poverty was of their own
icekiagffor he saw scores of them daily as
capable of Jard work aa he was. There are
fleUlt. all aroand ua, In Maryland ahd Tlr-
f;InU that Bra Dor plowed for want of
kbareri." The opportunity Is offored, bat
they refuse to go and till those fields, and
are fattening llko rataplrefl upon IheJjlood
ut .ua iwa.Qi .bib insinc... ii iney would
go Are or sit miles la the country they woald
find plenty Of employment. Bab apart from
tUivUKhKaau aimed GooKreaa bad no
constitutional right to, mpproprUu the neo
tito'a mnn flip mi anih nnrtwu.
Mr Bevtoa,of.NK Will the gentfemAi)
from Ksutucky yield to me for a question I
Mr. itnoit. l-meao-mo disrespect to the
geotlsmao, bat I hare been In this Home
three rears, and from tha course ef debita
hero lam latlified, aod I do not say It Ir
reverently, that when, oar uvlonr delivered
hut sermon on tnemooot,ir some of the
menrbtre of this Iloiue had been there Iher
would hre asked htm to yield for a quer
Uoo. ILaoghter.1
Mr. Knott then conclmlcJ litsargnment
to snow mat ajoogress dai no coamtutionai
rignt to p,is ine diii
Mr.filoeam contended that Lis appropria
tion Ihontd be considered before this one,
aad bedealred the Home to bear la mind
that hla was for laborlngmen who had been
thrown oot of employment. Wbr was It.
he aaked, that theae rata bM been thrown
out or employment
Mr. Dawes said he euppoeed Itwslbo
caase the apprOyrlatloa had all been ex
peodciL' j v (
Mr. Slocumsald It wae better to appro
priate money to feed the families who bad
been thrown, pot of employment In Drook-
LTn ih,BiHe.Pa'r0CS WhO dallfth--- aa..
k2Toi. of New York, sld he wanted to
suggest right bare that a radical Congress
had nwdrarlarge, appropriation for twelve
monthV'ud a radical administration had
expended It all In seven months. Thai; la
why these men are thrown out of employ
ment In thp dead of winter.
Mr. Dawes, -of MassaehmseltB, said be did
"Pot exactly know hqw many men were
thrown out of employment or for what cause.
Dai ne supposea 1 was Deoanso toe uovern-
mem naa empioyea a sarpipsage 01 work
men to put an uausol number .of Teasels In
commission. The) work! vponJ these vessels
.caused the funds tn certain of the bureaus
K become voxbautedi and toejweric coau
t, be, therefore, exlended trough the
arhnla. inf.
. 41 r. Randall, of fa., Inqolred whit neces-
uiy mere was lor putting to jnaoy new ves-
-r. pa wee replied UUl thai waia quesllon,
wrncn ineuommiiieeQappropriaiionsnaa
keked and hopeJ Co get an atuwef td before
lt?ai that' Ida KaTy Dspattqvut badti-
nahdad I10.000.0W la axeeai oi tba.DDro
jirUtloa, .ni tiUcU' anSelencj' bid too lo bo
Mr. Daweljuli ba ntTiosr It wal be
cimo too taanV bn wera employed to put,
nisiiwo.1 ncn tip iBftKisiom.
Tbi AtiUUnt United BtaluTreainraril
Nf Ofleaai joitcrj.j aoU, br dlnctloq of
gecreUrr Dont.ell, 1 100,000 Id old. ' '
Wi iiwmitr bope nttj penon Ja ft
dl wUl read Mr. Corporatism Attorney
CooVi ipatcb at Uolon Laafne Hall Utt
Bllbt. Mr. Coot 1 welcome lo all lie eapU
to fat can make out of It, and we are wiling
to,hphlra aloof bjElTlni bin Iba benefit
ofaTerbatlmrcport.
rlaTlt. OSDim The foUowlnJ naral
orden were lined julaiijt Oraered
Lteatenaot Commaoder Joieph H. UUler to
dotj at tbl Xtw York nar, ard on tbt Stb
Tnit Doaliwaln Edward Kenney to doty at
ixiaioo iiinnj, ra. uciacbcd-tEniljn w.
n. BMhter from tbe Swatara, and granted
llcklCAT.'-
Tu roLLowiRa CBixat i wero annonncad
la tbe Internal rereont bureau yeiWrday, to
UlceelcrtlmmaJUttlyi W. P. Bbeannan,
rellered from tbe inperrUorabip of tbe
bureau and aulned to doIT aa chief of tba
itanp dlTlaloa. D.C. Cox, detlgnated n
pervlior of the bnreao, Tlca Bbeannan, ...
Ined .bore. Tb. Maup lection ll let
off from dWUlon a And ended Into a ler
rate dlrUlon, to be knrm ai dlrbilon 4.
Tun maHmTtos of tint. Col. Italpb JW.
Klrkn&m, depntr qnarlermaiter freseral.
baa been aeceptcd, lo lake effort Fobroary
iv, I97U. Tbe followloj; named omceri ar.
berebj relliTed from th.Ir preient dntlci
and traniferrcd to tba rctlmenli itl oppo
tie tbelr nirnei, and will report wllboni
dalaj to tha commanding officer! t Flxit
uent. Edwin T. DrUgea, 2tuU. B. Infantryi
rinl Lieut, Lonli r. Darby, 11th Infantry,
Tint L'cuf Cbarlei T. rtobe, S5lh Jnfantryi
Flnl Llcnt John 8, Hammer, nnattacbed,
la relleyed from recruiting lerTlce.Qd trana.
ferred to Uih lofatlryj Flnl Ltul. Tboe.
F. Wright, nnaltaebed, la rellered from re-
trnltlng aenlco and transferred to tba lah
Infantry, The aaperlntendent of tbe mounted
rccrnlllog icrrlco at Carllale barrack, baa
been orderod to aaklrn .11 fllanna.M. vraxrli.
to Fmt Lcarenworlb, for tho Tin caralryv
CLl. IT. J, nlpley.snatlached. will reD.it
lo tho commanding general of tbe Depart 1
ment or taa iiii i .. . '.1511111.1 io
doty. Flntl.leot.Jo.epbKalge, from com
pan A, 6ih coralry, to company n, pib
InCantryl FlntXlent. OiorgnF. Foote, from
company II, Oth Infantry, tycompanjfA.Bib,,
caralry. Brer. Brig, deal Oeorgo A. IT.
Blake, colonel lit caralry, detailed aa '
perlnlendcnt of mounted recruiting icrrlce
at Carlltle barrack!, rcunsyltula, to report
for doty on April 1, 1870, and ordored,to ro
lltio Brey. Brig. -Qcn. John C, Jlalcb, dlb
caralry, who ll ordered to Jold hla teglmist
In the Fifth military district. Brer. Mat,
Oen. W L. Elliott, lieutenant colonel lit
caralry, on duty In tba Department of tbe
Lakcj, bai been ordoVol to proceod to Fart
Vancourer, Washington Terrltor7, to al
intfie command of bis regiment, April 1,
1S70.
THE NEWS BY CABLES
ra&Rcc.
PrafViermi Caia;t conueaifleal
Psrrernassa or Tie tor Ilwarw'a
Drana Iateetiaeai-rabllo Meetlvr
Use 1 red -Tba Patrlo Detilee lb
Btinored BedQCtlone In lb Arms'
American jajraale Wllbheia
from abserlaerB Proceedings In
lhaCerpa aXIslaUr,
Pabii, rb. 3. The Qovtrnment has com
mtaced to make the much talked of pre
fectoral changes j but, eo far, the removals
and,appolntmenU havo been of little Im
portance. License has been gtren for the perform
ance of Victor Itsgo'e drama In this clryt
A public meeting wae dissolved by the
aothorlUea last bight because one of the
speakers compared M. Olllvler to Judae
Jscarlo.
Thei'orUlo-dAy allndu to tho rumors
of expected redactions In the army and
navy and asserta thai It baa reason to be
lieve that they are without foundation. It
expresses the opinion that the present mili
tary and bataI force of the country are not
toolarre.
Files of the Aiaerlcau Journals due here
more than a week ago were distributed to
their BnbicTlberethle afleruoon.
In tho Corps Leglslatlf to-day the propo-
illlen of tt- Oreoy that the Fresldents of the
Chamberi hare a right to demand armed
force when, necessary to Insure the freedom,
oftheir deliberations was debated.
Tutea Farre and Emmanuel lUgo made
speeches. In which they aald they recalled
that a similar demand wae made la the
Chambers ten days before the coup dVaf
of 1851, trot wae then rejected.
After an exciting debate the proposition
waa rejected by a vote of 217 to 4.3.
STME LEGISLATURES.
UKOHUIA.
ei(ra vessels la commission.1 '
?Mr. !
hBmttiill'itirviutbl that Ihoearmea
f ttere etaploysd for a political purpose just
on toe eve or an oieuon ,
Mr. Dawes dU um aoundcreund tt
afr. Cook aarala obtalnect' tha Roar. 'and
.urred the llouse to' pose fbe bill.
atr. A iA;uuij, vaajaaouuavvae uinuv ai
earnest appeal ia behalf or the' poor, lie
said If memberstifooidco with him to the
commltteea who had tha distribution of
charities In band, and would beat tbe ac
count of suffering given, they would not
longer oppose thla measure forreUef,It
waa not, be saW.'fbrtbe relief of H p4oble
who came bery at; Matlbeen itUt. that this
appropriation was asked, but for the relief
of those who WereTialttfelr, beds aod'e,Quld
pot cdmi, or who had hotdothlDg to wear to
come here.
Mr. MamtltonL of Florlde. alspmade an
ippeal for the bllT, and In the course of hie
rimarks highly wmpl.men.ted Mrs. Jo
sephine S. GrliHog (or the work ehe had
done fori Uto. poor.
Mr. Sargetrtj of Ctl , favored the bill, and
dted the case of Vory end a yaaror two ago,
when an appropriation waa made for tbe
rcllerof the sufferers by tbe great flie (here.
If there wae no valid obltcUoalo that bill
there Should be none to this. If a constitu
tional question dldjiqt a roll there, Jt would
iwu ui cuiur. aavaiiMi vwvu iinituaisui
Mr Eldridge waa not aware tnat any oua
had objected to the bill on account of color,
ne-donled that that question had entered
Mr. Dojdi of MoMlilhaf wbflo thU de
bate was la prof ree be Aaa eonsuitea witu
nromluent feolered-ioeirabont tha Capitol
bnlldleg, and thef referred theamendmeot
of Mr. Logan to tbe original bill. If the
War Department distxlbated tho food the
lndlsent noor wha were really leodrand
deserving would receive lu They inoeh pre
ferred to have tbe distribution made by a
respooi.Die eutuontj.
Mr. Morgan, of Ohio, said he could, pot
regard this bill In any other light than ai
another assault upon the Treasury, and he
therefore oppoatjd It. a
tfliVKla, of N. uf Bold these poor people
were really the wards of tbe nation. They
vfefe fn the DUtrlclof Columbia not of their
own writ, but because they had been driven
hare by the cruelly of the slaveholder! vf
VlnrlnLx. And Mart land, lie was surprised
that gentlemen would dlieoss the question
nere wnen men ftou women were oying
around ua. As lowhat had been laid about
If you pass thla bill, and appropriate
ou,vw.
the Mayors of Weihtngton and
the use of this moony for claloftlPBrposee,
that was & mero.iuunairv.DecAaka toe
election did not tAo,pIco here ?hiU June
pert. '
The question was Uvea ak en upon the
mmenameats yiwaoauH von uiu oi ?ir,
Loiran was aaread tol t J '
The motion of Mr. Bepjamln then oame
up that tbo committee VUe, and recommend
that the blU bo referred to tho District Com
mute.
Mr Cook demanded a U I virion of the quos
tlon.
The question was then taken upon tbe
committee rising, and It was agreed to.
This carried tho matter lota the House with
out a recommendation, and the chalrpten of
the committee so reported Consequently
no action was hud In tha Home. An effort
waa made to go again Into Committee of
the Whole, but, at ..39 p. m the House md
Jouraed.
Tblrtl (Btaie Dinner at tho Executive
Msailse.
President Grant gave the third Bute din
ner last evening, at which were preient
njsoiliJiV tHiCBtwrttiJtLt foreign jroy
la the centre otont side of the table, harlog
the Baronets Qqrolt upon, his right tamd
Madame Blacque upon his left Further on
the right were Blacque Bey. the Turkish
minister) Benora vona rreyre, uen. acoiu.
mlnjjter of the United Btatee of Colombia)
Madame Masai, M. de Catacasy, tbej nusslao
mlnlitcri and i0oont Colobbtno, charge
d'affilri of Italy. On the left bf the Presl
dent, beyond Madabao Dlaque Bey,, ear Sec
retary rish, BononC Dona MarlecalCeldnel
Frayro. the reruvhiii minister, "Mrs. W, E.
Klblack-. Seuor Doa Marlstal, the Meilcin
mlatstert and Senator Carl flch&re.
Mrs. Grant mat Immediately opposite the
rrestdent, sopported oa her right by Baron
GerolL.the jaUa Minister, Scnora Dona
Garcia, Senhor Dou de Msgalhaena, the Bra
allien Mlnliterj Madame de Catacasy, 6en6r
Don Boberts, the Spanish Minister Mr
Maxth. Minister from tho Netrliiisl arid
M. de Bllle, the DanU Minister. On fhe-'
left of Mrs. Grant were M. Berthemy, tw
French Mlnlitcri Mrs. Secretary Fish, Baron
Ledever, tboAuitrlan MlnUteri Urti.Cari
Schorl, Scnor Don Garcia, Minister from
the Argentine Republic t Mr. Delfosis, the
Belgian Minister, and Mr. Raugabe, the.
Grecian Minister. '
At one end of the table were Conntt.de.
Faverney, Secretary of the" French Lega-
tlooi Hon. Roderick . Butler and IIoa.W
R. Nlblack. At tho other end Ir. . IT.
Allen, Charge d Affairs of the Hawaiian
Ialandij Hon. N.P. Banks and CoilntLewen-
haapt, Charge d' AffAlrs of Sweden and
Norway, a
tTbe dlstlognUhed company was probably
astrllUantaaany which has assembled at
the ExecntWe boards The table waa orna
mented In the most rrrtreAik manuer. the
air belnir heavr with the frerratrtfeof flowers
which Wfere lavishly arranged Aofae toadd
fresh beauty to tbe scene. Tha dinner wae
served under the superintendence of the
steward of the KxecaUre Mansion, llj
MIlar,anlwai lathe highest style of the
culinary art ,
AuaaseiaentAi.
Witt'e Orssi notJsn " Oar American
Cousin11 will be withdrawn afleAo night.
Thfauilleaces which this piece h4 attracted
kfjajra. been composed of oar best eltttons each
eveulag! distiagauaea omciais, ootn civu
and military, filling the prJraU boxei, aud
this fact Is a good test of the access of the
performaeces. k(Us Koene will receive
fresh additions to her already large com
pany to-day, In order td enable her properly
to produce those plays which she has Id
store for our play going public. To-morror
I aljjht the One old comedy, the "School for
Bcauaai," win oe prescntaa, ana we truAi
that thli will hi but a commencement of a
series of high comedy performances, which
would bo so gratifying to all JoTers of the
leglllmsto drama.
National thibtbi. Kelly Leon's
mlnitrcls proved very successful, ti Indeed
they always are, In their Ethiopian dell oca
tlon i, an I nightly amuse pie large audiences
which their superior ptrformaiLcei attract.
Their barlcique of the " Japs" is extremely
funny, an I Introduce some very good gym
nastlc feati. To-night "the burlesque called
'My Fretly Faust," will bo produced for
the first time In thla country. This sketch
Is said to affjrd a moit excellent opporta
ulty ror Lcou to display both hie singing aad I
attlDg, and ats6 Will Introduce the fall
strength of the oomoauy, The muilfl H
very attractive and pleasing.
Tiis Arici'I MicoBaiDa. The annual
masquerade of tho Arloa Quartette Club,
promise! to be the most snosesifalof their
usual delightful entertainments. It will
Uke pUco next Monday evening at Mailnrs
academy, and tha arrangements being mad
asaure us that a dtUghtfu) UruewUlte ea.
Joyed by all who participate
Lat ties t Tolea-rapsila Brevities.
In the Spanish Cortes yesterday CastclUr
xaadeqn effective speech against the pay
ment of tho clergy by the Bute.
The Wynooke children were feund yes
terday morning under a ahelrlng rock, two
miles from their horn. The bodies war
n-ill aaUn , erriwi.
The wakhlogtoa lwaaa, tu xvoruiK, va.,
aaoestroysdbyflre yesterday, with moat
6f the furniture. Lose, IOCOpartlally
Insured.
A Bute conreptlon of colored men will
meet In Frankfort, Ky., on the 23d In it
Aspodal to tho LooUTllle CourUr from
Lebanon, Ky., says that a mob of about 7B
men atumpted to take two men out of the
Sprlsgflsld Jail on Monday night, to hang
them. They warn charged with rape. Uni
ted States soldiers were deUtled, at the
request of lhacoanly Judge, to gaard the
Jail, and succeeded In driving off tbe mob.
Tbo faculty of the Prussian UnlTcrsIty of
Breilau. hare congratulated Dr. Dolllnger
on nu oppoanion to n declaration of To pal
InfalllbUlty.
Sloce the asfembllngof tho Eca rocntoal
Council Beveijx oC Us members have died and
four left Itocae.'
Prince Arthur lilted theitoroof A. T.
BUwsrt yesUrday la New York, aud Ulaed
with Collector' Q r Ion ell. In the event bg he
attended the opera. He will visit the fortl-
fjttor- A.-k,.i.-a
Jaaea .W. Stoncbrtdge, a New York letter
carrier, has been held to ball oa tho charge
of embelalloa; money-letters.
Geo. Jndson, cashier of tbe Brooklyn pott
office,1 ha been arrested, charged with ap
proprtuttng monies collected by carriers en
unpaid letters.
Tho steamship Cuba, from NeW OrieaCB
foi Baltimore, last Tuesday broke her pro
peller, and has returned for repairs.
Govt Warmoutb( of Louisiana, has ap
pointed James Graham to bo Bute auditor
vice Wlckltfle, suspended tn consequence of
the articles of Impeachment having been
brought against him.
The ktand Jury at New dioans has found
true bills ararait Farrr Folic r. W. C. Grey.
F. A. DeWolf, Rober fl, Sjtroolt, W. a.
West and M. DbUosplee. FJre fOdaTlli
charged them with Aonsphrlag to defraud
tne revenues oiee uovernmcni.
Corresponden at I ween tUr. Dl
Iok and oen. Terry Tba rser
teeattaandrinaeatli Amendmenta
Adopted -Botta ironaea Adjenrned
Till thelllla lata!,
ATtASTi, Oa., Feb. 2. The Genentl As
sembly to-day received a messag from the
uovernor, ineludlng a correspondence with
Gen. Terry, In which Geo. Tarty aeknowt
edge receipt of the Governor's notification
of theorganlxatlon of the General Assembly,
and lo forms tbe Governor (hat both House
are now property organUed for the purpose
or assenting lo aad oomplylog with tbo con
ditions Imposed by Congrcas for the restora
Uonof the State to Its original relatione with
toe nation.
The Governor reviews the action of the
old organisation tn expelling colored mcra
bersf quote the several acta of Congress
relative to tho reconstruction of tho late
rebel But, together with General Terry' a
report of August U. aod the leport of the
JudtcUry Committee of Cosgros oa the
credential of Joshua IUll, Senator elect
from Georgia recapltulatee the farts com
lug the political history of the State from the
date of the approval of the act of March fl,
1867, declaring that until the people of tbe
rebel States are admitted to reprercuUtlon
In Congress, the civil governments that ex
lit among them shall he provisional only
eubject to the paramount authority of the
United States, at any time to abolish, mod1
Ify, control, or supercede the samei and ssye,
that up to the present time, that right, re
served by Congress, ha merer been with
drawn or relinquished.
Tho Governor recommend the adoption of
the fourteenth and fifteenth amendmenta,
and concludes by expressing his desire for
tbe good of tho whole people, and that CTy
cltlren's worth shall bo dotennlned by hi
own efforts, neither advanced sor retarded
by hts birth, color, vellg.o-2 of politic.
The House adopted the fourteenth amend
ment by a unanimous vote, aadth fifteenth
by a vote of M to 04.
The Senate ratified both, tho foutUcntb
Md fifteenth amendments by a vote of 27
to 10.
Both houses then adjourned cntlt the.
Hth lneUnt.
TsairrontAL Matrrnta ne rim COTOTrv
Tuesday night a large and enthnalastld rOeet
Ing of the Boys In Blue was held t Allen
chapel, Good Hope, situate about half a mile
from Unlontown.
.Tba,?l?Joc.t of l1?8 mUlt' w" o consider
the political question of a territorial or con
solidated government.
Previous to tbe opening of the meeting.
General A. Grant, commanding general of
the Boys In Blae, arrived at the chapel, when
be wae received by a mlllury salute from the
Sixth regiment of the Boys In Blae, who
had previously been drawn up In front of the
eharch.
Colonel J. U. Young called tb meeting1
toorder,andlntroducdGeuoral Grant. Tha
General congratulated th command, and
said he did not appear for th purpose of
Talesrapnla aaoamavry.
Da. J. Dub, ot Zurich, baa been chosen I
Treeiaeat ot toe ovjn yOB.caereuon.
Iir Br. Lons aa effort U beta? tnade lo
shut up the theatres on Sunday night.
TniR vr a large flra tn Hquttou street.
New York, yesterday. The loss Ja estimated
aUlMaW&iU '
TVaArtWoehetsEliabothoIAnstrli has
fled to Amerieivshe having", embarked at
Hamburg . B
Dimi.AtTr6op,or lUaiaon, Wticonilo,
was nooolnatod ymsterday' by the1 RepnblH
cans to nil the vacancy ocvaalo&ed by tho
death ot Mr. Hopkins.
AccoBDiHdlotLeproTliiooiotiut act of
Parliament, empcwerlng the Government to
take Tjoaseaslon or the ulegfaph line in the
kingdom, the English Treasury Department
paid JCT1,000 for tbo cable connecting Eng
land with Germany, by way of the Island of
Kordeaey.
Tsa Canadian Government has ordered
tha construction of a larsre number of boats.
to Set thirty tlx feet fedgvetxr bet wUe, a od
HBW YORK.
Tho BUI ror th Roorffaalaaiiois f
the Hew Tork Olir t.oTornnseB.
Niw Yore, Feb. 3 The Tara many bill
for the reorgealxatlon of tbe local govern
ment or this city was Introduced la tbe As
scmbly to-day. Under tu provisions heads
of deparlmeoU are to bo appointed by the
mayor and confirmed by the board of alder
men. The police department will consist of
the mayor, recorder and three other commis
aloncra. The croton board and street de
partments nre consolidated. All the police
men now In office are to be retained, and are
not to be removed, except for crime.
License fees are fixed at from thirty to
tone hundred dollars. Liquor store and
saloons must be kept closed from 1 to is.
m , and all day Sundays and election days.
Lager can be sold at all times tn garden
not less than a quarter of a mile from any
"'v'rtfrf'Ttb&.Btrclw'wa also lairodccea,
la which no provision I made for reg.ilra
tioo, and the polling time Is extended to the
hours between 0 a. m. and 0 p. m.
ALABAKA.
The kloWIe Clly OtTaeere-Icnoranvo
or I he Members or tne Lower
llouse.
MouTOOi-xaT, Ala , Feb. S. The penal
concurred In tho amendment ot the Mouse
to thq Mobile bill aathortelDg lb GQvejnr,
without the consent or the wane, vo appiii
Mobile city officers. Th rest o( tho sessloa
was contained la discussing thsf removal of
dUablUtle. The proceeding vrere rery dis
orderly. In the ITqns the committee to which was
referred resolutions censuring; th dark for
Iffooraaee reported Hut th fl-nlt was with
member who cooid n6t Bpelf cqrfectty ttor1
wrlU legibly, anl rccomnaooUd. that som
peraou, bo appolAtorLta txifall bill la a
readable and grammatical shape.
prosldlntr over the deliberations of the meet
leg, but to listen to tho proceeding and such
propositions a m,(?hl be advanced havfnjj
tba good of the District of Columbia la
view.
William It. Brown, Jr.. then read tbefo.
lowing clrealar from the commander-in-chief
i
nitDavkkTBk'a BottikBLfl. D afC 1
Co a aar Bofta. avanfaiaaat sar V
Wauiifaref, Batrattr liUt,
Caraular. Ma .
Aapaalal mtatlnet Iha efneeriAf thla erBka.
Itktloa. to aoaaolt toattbtr la rafaraaaeto the
propoaad eoaaolldatlon of tna via trial tor
rninenl, will be held as Ualea Ltkcai
Uali on Friday areata. 4lh lait,, at T34
o'cloek. Sararal provtlaaot number a et Ooa
tbbb win aaaraia aaa natiD. m .ua
aa paoatukl tttaadtnet la aipaated.
Ill alioesrotitly raaoramaodad that all cm
tan ad manbaraofthit orftalittloa who tka
eotrvaolaallr Ittva tbalr bualki,tttadlhe
mkiiiaeetlarnfeitiira tobehtU at Llooola
ICall eoraer M loth and 1 atratts. thla W
oaadar) eflerneon at two o eloek, btrloriB
rUw tbo proprtktr of uni In oa Uooere"
MtvolldBtloaef lbs levtrsi goTarvtasats of
Theia sra queitloes of crett Import mat to
oar orfknliktlon, tad the U antral Ooae4.
Utf thitkslt of pttblli lalarait lo PuWI'h a
briif extrtat from our rule and rs elallo.
AkT.ii. Haa.a. HhowlDK the primary objaet
orthe"Uora laBlua'Mo bt. "lo brio fully
late recofQ. Hon all the Imiuitrltl olemsate
Ihtttreaeeiaenllaltotha prorptrlly of tbo
n.atrlof, tad troatt ntkiurta lookiag
ihaittblMloflraproraaieataln our ally
tbo eaaourartmtnt of loatl aitBuratUs,
ro the tad thai aa organised aod ,V'"fil
effort be al ooee made to ,9. .i!1i
ami promete tha Utaraita ol Ihe Dtstttat.
We wkota Ulitrljl Boanit, with Oov
arnor, X-tfiB stive UoudcH aod Uoaae a'"
uSniSSmg oar bt.t etttieat. 1"d '
Jiract vote or the neopU, who ehall have
power to BTitat ehtfitr. iBpron enir tivar
host, bulla mukelhomMs, fupose ot U
VVMVhM-Zm
.lio.toH reprtaamau oi - ""a- rttt?
owa cholct, an tltettd by the people, la Cota-
'""it will httr Wti"MlSW!ff-i
omit hoUtr tbkt the people wlllbotjtrrtodtjl
. uf thtlr rlfhta This li not true, tf reaa will
1 never allow your lit Ma to be lofrlBd. All
. hat iaitldlo thla Jlrtetloa is maas to mli
IaJ4dalroyou. Ooofroti ltb "J
piwiii, ..,. 1.1 ii iniirttaa a-raat auth forn
rep rt aaa Vtadao rtroaiaat aa the atUiaa
mssaSi u ! "" i J"-1 ,or ,m ,iUv
ttreataof all. .madiDirapeithlaesraeit
The reaeral eow p0lbU of the -Itoy
dcilrt tbtt fc eakoy aruraoon't man aattt-
la Blut' at tao J thla .Ttotathir at Vetoa
itBi tad that til tote, aiai to compart
Laaiue htll on Frldavt.
orilnloDi kad ttkotouiMel w
TBaieKSSTCK.
Xloisnio rramUotrwonattr Ttit
Cnatllntinal Oanvet torn AaWa,
PosBprfnonieiiB of ttMrJonnfy Hlee-
Kif uvixur, Feb. V.-r3ortrhor Seatfi', to
day, tent to to Legtsuturo aspeojai mot
sasre relative to the recent murder by mobsi
Haska for additional power (a briartho
olreoder to J usllc. -
The constitutional cooveotlon has adopted
ad sent to the Legislature resolutions ask
log a postponement of the county efectlbas
until tho fourth Satardsy la March, In order
that the amended conitUutloa may be sub
mitted bo tho people at the same time. The
resolution were referred by both House to
their JudlcUry Committees.
theseh other oo
thla vltktly tmnorttnt subjaet. tttadlor ,
A.uatHT.uinarai uoa 4 ,q0
Chaplala J M- Green then odarw .-.
meeting, saying that oa behalf of th ot, -
!.!. .lk. Ila.. (a !! Iha uslai
MHfu ua tug w;i m ajauq vh iu. aaswih
side oftherirer be appeared per Invitation.
The Boys In Blse, bo said, may be consid
ered somebody, aa the ballot la their band
had demonstrated, notwlihsUodlng th de
rision that they were called "Boys in Rags,"
Aa. Tharo went TMitom In the Republican
ranks to-day who bad rtaaeminio power
upon the back of thl organisation, not
wlthiuadiog It was never Intended to bo a
poinical body, but an auxiliary to republi
canism In iu broadest ense- He
avor of a territorial government If tho
President appelated we.jjQTrwwfcliH,
ana tnat tne bevy iOtm ana all other pres
ent petty municipalities bo abolished. He
avdvUcd hi hearers not to itmland on everv
Loecaslon, but abould they bear speaker ad-
vocanag a ternioruu goveramena uiak wtu
arc abrldea tb fnachUe, thsa they should
applaud. He did not faror a "tall end'1
government, ae proposed In the appoint
ment by th President or a Governo rod
msjorlty of tho Council, leaving t- the
people oojy tne cneico oi t nwwnnvr
Geo. A. Grant Ear hi vta" 0 "& ""
Ject, saying that the only mean by whlcl.
tne OQJCCtS OI lUO UJ ua a.w w -
prorement ot tno twtne. i waw a- bwmw
rully carried out would bo either a Urrlto
rlel of consolidated goverumenf for Ihe Dis
trict! aod when disinterested parties say
otherwise they attempt to docjlr their
bearers. There w.cre more lUoQOO poo-
ni.l.iV.. Miihi- nt WaahlAfftAn DOW d-
prired of the right of franchise, anrjtheoutf
way to achieve that blessing w to rtto.
ate either th territorial or .wnsoUoUed
proposUlona Thawoyi.ta wue navti
their power to demand a tenltorlal foiro of
. a ....!. .1.. aaV- rVtiarrMa
goveramena, ana aooiu - .?-,r--u
act in. accordance wilh their wUh, there
la no doubt but thai body will fratlfr.theni,
v.- ha.kfnll fau-exk AiMLlcnkhlD Will BPPlT
to eterycltlaen of tbe District of Columbia.
Win. 11. OnjWB, jr.. ayiwv-- "?-."
territorial government, and contrasted tb
flURrenco oeiween a govarniMeua v.p
andoneofrowdyUm, aisertlng that Mayor
Bowen waa th head and front of all tho dl
tarbaace tba.t havo UUlv occurred In tho
elty of Waahlngtoil In breaking up pcaceabl
"llrTll. MeConneU Bald td h4 bee A
resident of tb county for years, and '1?
population of Ar or six thousand U N
cefghborboifjh merer had area tb prir
lJfeof voting for a school trustee. UasaU
Conrrtnen were surprised that so htrge a
popnlAtlod, tUtde Of too corporate limit
of Washington, dUfranehlwd,and he
proposod that a eomC'tUo tUrtw b
Good Fbipbt fall on tbslCiihof April
the pretest year.
thredteet deept fortttororpoeeofl sending
men Into tho Wlnlpeir settlement, on the
nt opening oi spring.
A LUTtaa baa been received in London
trr.ru Cantalrl Cochranu f tho Rovat tiavv.
comrjytndlcg' tbe Petrel, sutloned oh the
Aincaa cuaaa. i iviiuiu ua ur, Ajifiug-
stons. the celebrated, African traveler, ha
been burned as a wUard by a chief In the
Interior.
No AMBBiCiw newspapers hare been re
reived la pari of a later date than January 11,
thoae-h letters are at band to tho 19th. There
I considerable dissatisfaction at this state
of things, aad tho people am anxious to
know If It arise front tb recent change
made La tbe system of carrying the American
trabf-oceanlapaU.
Nxwsu from Mexico, via Brownsville, rep
resents tnat tne revolutionary pany id Mex
ico Is dally strengthen log. Generals Maclas,
Zarequl, splnosa, Davlll and others are
organising troop to old tbe rebels. The
Vera Crux prara sayst " Xffecltvely, the
iltoatlon ot Mexico Is wend every day, and
even those who seemed to have most confi
dence In the future, bow down their beads
nnrtew tha welirht of a bitter dlsapoolntment.
There Is not a means found to conquer tbe
storm which threatens to sink our country In
the horrors or a civil war. The revolution
In great proportions has broken out In the
plate 01 memo, md ituis rovoai, uoaoa
Jato, Queratoro, Morales, aud Mlchoacan,
and In rain tho Qoternmoul attempts to
overcome it wita lis troops.
Ma Jodaji P. BaiiAktiir. once a Senator
of the United Sutes from Louisiana, and a
lawyer of some experience and ability, write
to too New Orleans Tinui that, since hie call
to the English bar, hundreds of letters hav
reached mm irom aiuureni parts ot tne
Union, maklnff lto.ulr.es relative to esUtss
reprreeoUd as unclaimed anU awaiting
AmsrtOaVa noira. itu aaja.uuaiiua o F"1
sots who r duped are Ignorant on two
polnU, which. In nearly every InsUnce,
Would satisfy them kt once of tbe utter folly
of the hopes tbey Indulge. The first Is, that
an alien cannot be an belr In England when
therl mo will, and that he cannot take
real etUU, even If left to him by will. Tho
second la, that in England aaUtea devolve
-upon the oldest son alone, and on hts eldest
eon la succession, and are oot divided Into
shares among all th children. Yet notbiag
la mora common than for per ion to aisert
heirship to tbe supposed shares of younger
tin-klriar and alati-a. nr tn claim. AS natives
of th United Sutss. halrahlp to English-
men who hay left ao wills.
I
UENTVt&Kr.
Beaolntltiro- Prevent lVearroAaTea
airyiw Ajmlnae Whllaa Tatlad
LoTjiavitii Feb. C Tho Kentucky House
or HefirosenUUTe to-dar, by a roto of 73 lo
15, laid oath Ubl (bo rtiotntlous instruct'
lag tho Judiciary Committee Jo laqnlroloto
tho propriety ot repealing all laws prohibit
ing negroes from testifying against white.
Leave was obUlncd to bring la a hill pro
viding thit foreigners residing twelve months
In Kntnchy after filing their declaration I or
Intention shall be entitled to rote.
NEW JERSEY? ;
Tbo liellfreronejr f Gnna.
TasxTOX, N. J., Fcbreafy CIa Ibe
Hotue to-day a resolution wa Introduced
lostrnctlog thd H Jersey Benalors and
Representative in Congress to urge the
President aud the General Government to
proclaim tn legal form the exlstenco ot a
stato of belligerency between tbe Cuban
patriots and the Spanish nation
Nfevr jsexico
A Mtato ConatlCnitofi to be. Rabutlt
led tolnoPooplolu October.
UstYBR, Feb. 9. The New Mexico Legis
lature bae adopted a Bute coaitltntlon
which will bo submitted la a popular vote
on tbo first Monday of October. Under tbe
new Ux and rundtng law the territorial
warntnt havo advance 1 from 2 to SO ceots
on tne doMar
Nnlclite.
BALnaionj. February 3. John rhtUlps,
a mechanic, aged 34, aod a resident ot South
Baltimore, committed suicide to-day by
shootlog, became his creditor were -pteV-Ing
him for a claim of sixty dollars which
he was unable to pay. Ho leaves a wlfo
and fire children la destitute circumstances.
Tlta Ghlnoe Treaties.
LosDotr, Feb. 3. The OUAit oorrectlng a
sutement made by the Tlnu$, says that the
objactloqs to treatUs with China are con
fined to doabU In relation to tho fHhful
obaerranco or their stipulations by the
Chinese,
ippolnted by tbo meeting 0 represent the,
fftUana of Unlnfttnarn tnJ Trhl'Ulty t IfiO
meeting at Lincoln Itnll this afUraoC?
It was moTed and seconded that a COilC,"
mllteo bo appointed for the above object,
wbcu lb lottowlag were selected) Rev.
Frauds Pock. Jam II. Young, J. R. Mc
Ooanetl, J. O. Baccner, George Martin,
Thomai Solomon, Thomas Logao, George
M. Van Hook, Alexander Gardner, George
Payne, Wm. Young-, Jame Shawj Robert
Martla.
It was also moved that the commute
have power to Invito such clttaenaot the
county to be present at the meeting a they
way deem proper.
i ue meetintr, men aajoumo j.
BcttaLAaiM-Moaday morning, about
four o'clock, the houses of Alfred HoftaM
clerk In the Internal ReYcnue Barnaul Mx.
O'Brien, of tho Post Office Department and
Ur McQueen, residing cm Rhode IelAnd
avenue, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth
streeu, were entered by burglars. Mr floj
ton and his fkroliy were stupefied by chloro
form aod robbed or a fie gold watchuir
chain, someGorernmeot bondi. Jto., amooht-'
Ing lo about 1300. Tho administration, of
chloroform came near proving faUl In the
case of Mr. Horton'a child, who wa stupid
all A. Morula v from the sffocts. Mr
O'Brien lost two stiver watchea and some
money, amounting to t300. Mr. McQueen
dog created an alarm, rouilDg that gentle
man, and the villains departed without dotnr
him any damsge. W unuersaano, toe raai
Office clerks have generously donated to Mr
0'Br.en a sufflelcntaum lo cover Us lota.
Oar citizens cannot be too vigilant lo gnitrd
i rrn.tr nmncrtv from tha Inroad ofthft-
gants of tLlCTes which novflafest pur cltyr
Iinnrttt DUUU1 AsSbCIATIOKaYeUr-
day afternooa a meeting ot thla aaaoalailoQ
was held at Trades Unloa Hall, with . C.
Boyle, esq., (president) In the chair, and
Joseph T. Martla secretary.
After hearing report from committees,
several person were elected to membership
The coUeetof reported Hit In ,"df
eouKlaone lor mommy uu, u .
tnlalloa fee of a new member.
Mature pertaining to tbe InUrosM tbo
society wefe discussed, hut noiMt of public
Iroporwuco wo transaciod
ih;.T" urfaVaWriMo al toe rom..f Iko
teU ye ,Jyg,.Bd FlftU sirwu, -ken
spcleir, ft. "" .ibmlttal deialllrii; a cntk
rtporu wer. ,iag anl amreaa loetery
amooDt or "
secllonof Ihecll) llchc,, 0, Mlu w
Hoe "'"."'J';, Ulotertstlntliepro.
prcsiu'.aail took mH
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