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lim-!1 . 1 iiV i . no 9i . . . v ..11,. VOLXJ Auction Brief. IO.DAT. (St) Manor to J. d.MUalr Uo,,) Beatawtst eerar of rBBtyleala erasse es4 BUrtaih Mit. CLOIINO Bltl Ot 0S DAT, I 'tetk.atlArTi B-B tlMlll HLot II m.iiABa.rai Be, viliali IIl JOJbI Feaaaylv eala eveae be- BVBB niBBBBBB VB1B far. V, BBriBa mvi KBII'lHl . ll AatlBr. ITTC.TVnoTEIRH. AaeCloaeer, li SB.eaor ! J. G. V-flalrc Co , i verseTefreaetTlvaaleBTeanaaaiTeathetrasls. Mrcrft, ea tke tm tour of arAet. IX A Tfl loMimJ. large varlatr ef naw IIS I IleBdeeeaBd'haBdCehiaatrera.lare. reabreelBylB part, Till aUamAaafatW T lye baIM Wilavi PatTar lU. , Wm( aell4 WeJaat Ckaaker Pcraltare, J a lik4 1 all. Jaaa'etaat Black Wales! CUnW Set, van eltatd. rjM Wataat Wtrdrabee. WkJItt CBT Tabl, Walk MBthU Up! If eadaoree Wtlitl Draaata Uinui and Wuk atiada, with Marble Up. Walaal Sidefceerl with Barbie eptBlM.mr WaU-teaJCakliMBa.eaTattae, ., awa v. inviipi uibbbbbi pNWtUii aed ether Bdta4i. Help Bad elhar Mettraeaee. Tarajit uaar jn, tetker EM. a trail I al 1. 1, -ad B aBtka.far aUa eetlifeatefUy dortel, wtlhlattrti). MO-Ta.t.al AaeUee r irrtJHE dath. BY COO FEB LATIMKK. AaciT (Bueeeeaorc to Jaaee O. MtOulrefcOo ) Southwest corner Peaaiylraale evenae and Eleventh streets. SIkiiV foouwisior ilrmaTU R-H Byvlrlaeftf adeadef treat, dated tkcBth IhH ' DaeaBbar Wed, ! rtwerded la XJL LibarT a ad K. ff. . fatta liS, ata . oat f Ualaai fatartafar Watklaitaa aaaalr,la Dlt trttlof ralambfa, I thtll aallat vablta atLa. situhuii, ua iota if raaraarrr isro, at 4 1'llak p, a. la frail of tka tvaailaaa, rrU at Lata II aad IT. (a iatra tit, aaaordlaa: U tka tab. aUUIoaof otlflaaj lot aabara41, 1.11 aid U. ! hii BUBav !, asfivT avvn ttraa la ChaaaarraF rlti alCtAaaibU, la all at U,baftBBlB iMiaitait uoari ai tat viaint Ikttiiuaflmllkti. Hkrmha.ll aiapatiloa Ualraai aortk, balif tka aoatktati araar af aritlaal tat Hi. i, rata I a Ihaaaa 4aa lonklSSfaat, tkaata daa aail II faaL thaaaadaa aalk t H atraat 110 faat,Bd Ikaaaadaawtal lh iiaavi n bit if vuti b tuklaaa raar af lot. lUaatadaa tka aorlkld of U aUaat, batwaaa Jlfttaatk ttrttt ut YarBiaaa TtrHtaf talai Oaa Ulrdaatki tka raddaa Mate aad t wait a maaiba, aaaarad braaadaf Irsat. wltk BOtaa balag tatataat Caavaraaalaa: aad tuatpaataialar pare hit t. k dapoall alw will ba raqairad at Uaia af aala, . JtJldkJt COOPER It LATINKB. Aati't. (Suaaaaiora to J. O.MaQnlr It Oo-,) , oalkwttl 9nt af raaBaplraaU Ytaaa til awuaa IltTtatk tiratt. TRDITII'l lilior FRUCn PL1TB IB BO Rt, BB0S8SLS ABO TUEEI ptf OAK '1li.w'IJJT NI H-HOOAHf PiltLOK AHPCHiMblR TOJtlflTtTKB.OAKCOTTAOK ohaiibiC KUjTiiYitirfQH dm II A DINNIB BBT.nKudXBRTAltDQLaSIIWABI.DIIflBa. RodM AND KLTOUIS HBQUllITKs, At., AT i Br liiat dad af traat. dalad tka 'Hi dT of DMaaibar. lB6a,ftaaf dalrH raaardad la Libtr rfa. I. fallaaao.VJL S ( i avi lor ruklllimaail. lalka rttaivla '. ... i .v-'irr 7v'.r mr7 rr: aktaiiaitaoai vi viineil CalawblaJ will aall al smbk mbila aaatlaa aa W1VI annmaaaiac M 10 ?Jtlf '. " kaaaaJla.B90.UU paaa bar.tBaaraat, batwaaa nrtaaatb ttratlaad Var naal ata a a, a arf axtallast aaaorUaaat t llovaakald rarattara. At., aaBaUllu la part a' Parlaraalta.VabolalaradlB Iliab7lplaaaa Btaraia-ioaaaaiBui ' . -BraiMUki-plraad JaifaliirarpaU out aad piwata (kaaatltara aad Cbaadalabraa Xtacara, koaawtoA Tablaa ThraaHabafMr BaikCaaaa , H akaiaa r Valrlatk tar a ad C kalra Walaat JttlaaalaB Dlaiaf IUa Praath Cklaa Dlaaar Baa , rraakary aal O awra,KafrIarttara. WataalVad Jfa-lMitaada, Baraa.ttad Makojaar Wa?drabaa,Wl4aw Bkadaa tak tfattMa Ckanbar tu.U flaaai Waiftftl Uraaalit Tblt,wUkOlaa rttlktr Bolturt aad Ptllawa Hair tumu aitMWTr Talaiad Eairavlafa.Tauaiftau CookUf aad Maaiiaf Auraa Kliahaa. Baqilaltaa, a , , ks Tama aaakf aowaiaaisfflr IttM-lJi Aaailaaaara. AUCTION litB Of MIDICnilB. IB8TP.0. kVaiTrt ABO COBPAMJtlD llOaflTAL hBOPBBTY. . . AaaiiriFT HiMALPvTITOft ppfiei 1 WajauaToa. D. O. fab. T, 1871k I Will ba a fatal al pablla sala, 1b tklaatlr. at Jadlelatr Bra Oapol, B etraot. balwaaa. Toartk aad riflk. aitUB8BAT. Ik BtktBay ' ttarak. 1H10. alio , n , alar.a qaaalltrof Doapiul UUDMI IB !. 01Dfi"IJVr iMrHallin Irxa Kara aad ! i. .! al a. a aaaaldaraLlsaaAaUtr rtalroft4adltaaa,iafaUr4tr HatptiaJ Btaraa, Dai iv (at Ik at will ba utauaad, al Ua " ' 'oTiiUTliliiUIID, iaiiLu H.i, k iV. ! Af llaFah KoKlW "&"v :tr. Ut ,TWMs k'LOIUIIQ AID ffait up autiioi ,A.t7Aa' Iimi! Cuk la ITaiud Siauaatrraaiypa tka M-i IfHl'a".f 4wAl'fll-l.M":vcV" iii pi a win pb imii "r ' "Jl" . . ai-.- A-.- ia1i i. li.Mdi Aa a.hi a kWa faaaor, iiitiiiii wiu u a rb??&t'ot& Oaaaral Cm aa-iraff Baparf j bmai 0yal7l)aarlarajlat 'v. t , rT,lat- oariarmaaiar napariTnaa bi ti'ii'" '"" OptlcUm, WIIE ETESIQIIT awuMWy nuted -wilh FtbUa or cttr Spnlaelu ly merely answering a few quttKoni. u.u.aEiiptm, Oph'flan, National Mdtl, financial. r B. BIIia.Fi". 1, A. KUIf, Tri. ( Waililiiirton CltV Sivinki Bank. I Crar,ia7Miliitnarka ltlat KTaMV La 1 tl.JOtoTiaJc. jMir JAI COOKE &XC0. BarhdtU,alfrrawtaukh4t.laa..p OOVEUNMEMT BKCUniTlXfLOOXaU-i rdtrt , ltfka aadl BoAd praapUy aaUi.V lataraal Sil'iu Utaapa faiattkad. j JA an fair Provlilon SUrei. TWEKTIETH STnEET MARKET, f.. t0.TT,UIIiflrMt,.O(i1, WI tINKIHB & SOf, llwavi kaan aa baad tka kaal aaalltv of Pratk JadBaUaHaaU.aBd all blaJt of VtftUbltl aid )aBaadVialia,FalirytOaa. .i e, 1 iT.lAi flalWa aad Yaal, atwar oa kapd, r0(T al a I TT-".T 1J ! ' 'ILi Jjl L" I ltai ThhII naa 'a JokaP Mayalal. J " 0ri5r'vTfci"',."t,'?Bf1,.'7fi,,lir'' r ISTO.tbkl tka ihlanSda aad Ikfaday iportI rWmiaaT Ptadall.tratlawrotUa lala Mka caaaa atntloatJ IIMI , 10 II waieaiaae attar Caeirt, WrTaa.a,( Book Baelvea, Bafra-lat. A a., A timw boo ara Bra. jImi artltla. being oalrlaaUaM fraa reliable nenkara faelorlae The eecoed-haad coo art U atTaate ef a faally J Mil Bl at heaaaktapia.. Tke ryea will he eaaferUblrwarm. end Ike ilia will laka pitta wliheat rat art l weeiktr. teUnreadrearlyottearaljfes'aale- , rropanTwau ileal aaa Mtatai iBKraaiaBia. VNUiiHt vet" (, liaa BWttttdt, llataa, Ckatra, Tab, Plra Utt. Oooklat Ouatllt, Dratat. Old Baad latlra naatt, Waadaa ftd" Laatkar Baea,j Haditlaa aad fclaaa Chaata. Tla Cap. Pt.it. Vrno-ta. Haalttaad Walihla, Dalf Pialat, Voabt, Clock t. wiur rut. aaa aiirHit ati av- .. Aito, iw at rarta t aioat 1wl , i 'Ta'raiiaaik A4apMltal tlaa af ula will ba ratalrad. All aa4aprakaaa4 nad ba raaaa4 wlik alar'4art. afiavwklab 4ata a raapaa t bill ir (at lata will ba aafaJtad. al ikla aataa. riovuiaur iii ,' BNllinuOlHITIIIfrVLtl , rail Sad aad aoatraad kl aaiAH a, . um t toi'lTv a'u aaowa oa oi aarora iaa wt tf of rtbraarr axt pravidtd a aapr of Ikla rvf J.t it "" watB.pp ptlaud aa J ablltkad la WatklBiloB ally, lT 0., aaa la ,eh of Ibraa aattaattva wk prior ti ttl3 Jay ThrpoTtitaUatka auaaat cf aal lo b el. nar a ti, OLlB.JattUi. Ai$i W. MHOI. Clerk. jaal-TrJw ui Staki niT SU&onerj -lyrAKK TWAIXM IXNOCENTS A1IUOAD." Ja rMtT4 i Jtricurptr of tupti rtj''iv'iVi;v'o('",','iu,rB'rVjiv Lirr0ltFLAHTDiWjrAafta Wl All law lloaka aad rabUaallaaa racalrad aa TUB BB BBBIana, pout orriOK noon and H'lATlEliT HtiBiBt SBT Baf talk ilraal aaraar P tlraau J. tl PABUGB, OTICB.-THB PDBLIQ IB MIAPIOTTDLLT 11 !aforaa4 tbat 1 aawarakaaad Ua ltok, a .a? tka lata ImafCOYLB A TOWIES, . "rLtaaU araatw, wbara(aBtmaalaf MOB Dili. '! JI7.) I "! nrallBiatha P..iT.K.T';"Jf."J? hallartral air t -J.it Pl tka ana jpaHadU aali aflba day. TMMl A. I. HUDD. Slew Books. Of LoTMIJll8BLPi A KOTlL. Ut XVSHt warddaLa--. IaW j. I. Ooaiil Otatral taaa. Bapaalallr datliaad for Pallia ikoa1a.kal .!) aaaptad t"akbalb .V3l,fr.r''nyi- Br K.B. Kraajar. BOO AV"0Al7oTUaAB0fBBVHllTOkt r TBI BAST la lb amaaaacanaBl at Ika ABtlaal War. Br Praaala Laaaaa 1nH B.JBTB4kVaT- V Bl- Aa VOBB rnaiaa taa uitwrp a( la laraautaa, llrPiWJi,itr!Wd l4.BabTl(alaJia. 3 00 faaaa iailla. .rirttAaarttaa fraai Ika lavaaik Bajtfak adttloa . T8 iiw froftLu ouhpaBbd vriTM p riioa aad af 1 1 oaa af aar Uraat aWala attkayraaaBlilBi, parti talar It Badaad . aid Prata BrOaa.Alfrad TtTatad. A Ml ECU rORWIMTalllOaillalllB tka Bl tiara, Goralaa.llttara aad Mpala. Br ktttati . cat-. WitkaaaMrw fUat trail t ... ....,iA,,ifllHt..)..,l,.l ' T8B BTATAftaiaWK B4BMB00K" A aftar Oatlal Kalaraa.nM......H 3 DO SUialao LiaHf, Brthtaatkaraf warialtaTOaptala Hadlap flaara...,. BO TMB WOdLb ATMOblltarnraraaBBd Baaaaa from Par Of Laad Br Htrr aad IMiabalkKUbr. Blffllrtllatlratd. 3 OO ARur Riol-ril run ins. Jat pab llba4brtwrlralaaal . ' .. 100 AND ALL TUB HEW BOOK, aa aaoaatpab BfmoHHT ' 1,""U,U 'CI aad ITAPLB atEALBBtBkrn f BaJlmtaUrr. alatia ld Pd aaatlaa al Werka.'enprlalaa baadp baaki paPktlaaapkr, Otology, Utchhalrt. rtBUea. Parapactlfa, PalaUac. Oolartac. fllati Ithlalaf, falatlBE aa OUat, Jfatie, Pkalafrapky., Daar tatki, Ailraaaar. ttoaaatta Mdltaa, Madara raralaf , CaapaalOos aad PaitlaaUaa. CktaU try. Miavfalacy, BtaalrfBltT, UtlraaUu. bat katlta. EUctrtaftlacraph, UrtallartTi Artkliaa Ian. Urlak aaa Tlla Miilai. aaua I)hIIi aad Baarata. Ulatilaf f ftoaka aid Qaarrrlar, roaiaauaaa, A,ma wiraiiar aaa vaaiiiauaaa ilp & Solomons, WIIOLSIiI.E AND HETAIL utmiuu 1KB iutuxeu, aaa rEHnartTANiA avenue, miwtii nnwm TBia tifii. N1 tip IW 100X1 JSIT fOBUIUID, lauTiJDTiotn, i, ifniiuiiui, TnkrlKiTorU'i, HriHT.'iiiil'ii'.'k'. ih'1 iKLljit"i'ii'iii"ur 'ililiC KilWK'. ' " MoimiSkiri u'uVa'ii'i"oir"luUi, V Lira or uiHUttiMetLL'aMviB. ,"u wii."KlLl-irTY-f.,M dOHttTtalk ttrati, laUlllfaaaar Btlldlaf. G.A."WmTAKBR'(CO., BOOMBLLBBB. .' p'aiHTBBa,- - LnHOQEiPHBEfl, CIIHIK Df XKTMTB'l'D DSTBEKT!, NHW-B(H)KS, AOTftBlOOBAfBT APFTOIWOaTAL RBI30L LiQTiosfturjvtiM -tJt)UtfhUfiiai;v.B!rj ale raraaaftAlIBpaaktr..rTr;....., f)J Hi HlataAiJ.Kkiiul 111 bmaj. rPKWa. k a1 Vtt-a tLaa tniama.la xtxaalatk4.r,MM..,ia.(MMMM.i,w... St 50 c Uunu oaatlataiua al CHBOMOS, wbttkwt are a Stria g at - -ti ! OEEAT DAEGAJffla. Pfapt htUalloa paU te PBIHTIIfO and UTHQQEAPUINO. W, Ordatabyaatlproaplly lla4t4 tt,aa4 at Ika iawaat SUikaa Prta. r " SAM'L S. 0. BABBOrm, Waalaaalau4 1UU VHtatla BOOH K rriTiomxT. aortaoi. abb Ul8 auaiooa wo, ooCd riifa. ,, uKouuLiTaooaiiii.uaalTinai, io rTcTDKilrataiu. . ,., ".USiTalfu"-' InUrior AilarotoaaU. tTHi WTO oaaiulTiiUlilnaa. 11 "Vt ILi:, ?tT .HKPOSlTOItY. TaTjaEi I7 atr, balwaaa Thlrlttalk ktJ Paar- 0,SKiLKsS1rl'w fNn AEa 10 AN Oil ROM OS. KNORAVIIfOS. V UO TOtitX r IhL i.T13Ta EU,T1RArjl BTEnE0300Plr-?Al5. atrataad eonplata aaaorta .ih(aaT laonrllaa Hli ';i..r.ijaiiivi..u.i tut ""ga.fK'XTBOHU. rj.KuntiB WILHEU. rAPEniUNOKIl AND UrUOMTBKKn, I-cotUriaipuDila rauui) 1Mb aKHiMia -iraA5ciM0B aa4 OPnOLSTIET aoooa. Si Nl.lh al. waal, bat. D and IS lla., (bl WaIBIMIOSi p. q. tm 1IHLI Till UXGLUFAUIAl A CoaplaU Clt;1laU. f a Barlplftra Tailt aa4 Babjttla la Ika fain of a AlDhaBatlaal ItlaiaflaUuU. Ualu Jl Tl I TPBPBUfEEbOE wlrjA By! AftJM C arra. tftat alatk... 1 BO TAIUT1. ByMliiA.ikETWUaaUiaaaa ILJ HlLta BElKlBl By JiU it.larrjtc ,. RoMataa Jlao , alatb.,,..!,;.".... .... 1 BO PUtMlE'STBMnATlOB.BylfaalaaMu- -.. TflBl)pH POtAB. j1T A. aVriiL . pltaaTarrttfward lialfortb Pal (a. Ika EahaapjftlaltadtUlaa. Brlaaaal.titv, M.D ,C4uua4laaAKiaaoalra. . aw thb WAlf op faiwomc- rt- Br0tT6Uaoltik.'Ptpr,.-..M..i., SIB BCiAJI ilBLblflU. ByTuaTAaB li- , Waft, lT1aalalh,v,..,,...t.,,M.toT 1 BO PICXitflr WoJtig. liUanlit E-U aa. CeaaltaajA4iBUBaat BdUloa afTW mrooei' bRiiufs ukWAjiriHuB, . fvarwbWb,wealMtftagaalaterUDUifwir .lataalt, Paaa PaTloBU,,larl-3r Biaakata. Pla- lar Matt. Oord. Taaaaltiad Mall. B4 fti tthlvl LAJC COHGRESSIOHAL PR0CEED1HGS. fortr-yint CDgrtu-K9iid fecjtler teul BiTURDAT, TEBRt.RY 19. IS TO. Tub Bis ate wm not In iualoa to-day, nousEor rkfreaeStatites. .UraffUUUa Ot AlilDVial! IBtTVtiaCVU B. lilU 10 rtll-TB proTUlon dealer generally from tot ermentof a manEfactorer'a tax Impotad tb act of March 4, 1863. IUferrod to tbe OotnmlUeo of Waji and MtaaE. Mr. DUos. ot Rho-ia Itlant,, from the OommltiM on Commerrt, reported a Joint ttaolotlon to refaod cerUla monayt paid by the whaling reaiel IlAmUtoo aa hoapltal do at. Tawed. Mr. Baoka, of Maaaachoutti, offarad bill to proTlde a peoaloa for John Klttt, (the rdTolotlonary aoldler who waa on the floor IL f.U .,! t. i. J ,M . till u 01 (at uonie a aay or two aioee. j uerarraa w ids wommiuee en ueTOiauoiury rea ilotii. VIA WVUUU VI Ml. Uv)l Ul 1UUUH letti. the Ilooia rwolrad tuelf Into the Com mittee or the Whole and reeamed the con tUeratlon of the leaiilatlTe armronrlatlon urn, uia qBoauoa oeing- opoa ae moiioo 01 Mr 1btib. oi new x oik. to ainaa out iaa pirajraph approprUtlaj. $4,tW0 to the re porter of the WoHcrtttitHMl QUbf tot the third loaalon of the rorty-flritCoofrtie ei additional compenutlon. TheamendiuentirE rejected. Mr. riokJenbnrr, of Mliwort, mored to redace the EDOTDorUtlon for the tmblltt prtuUur rrom 1500,000 to 150,000. He aid aa the TraoalojE ptlTileff waa abont to be aboIUhedthenecHiUyofao maeh prlnuag was not neceaiarr End the approprUtlon could therefore be reduced. Mr, LaAlo, of Maw fork, hoped thU would not be done, nd demooitraud that the Gorernment conld not ret aloof with leu. aa a TMt Emonnt of ptlntln; was or dered by the department. Mr. Ela. of New HamMhlre. alio ormoaetl tba amendment lie aald tbeprlntlnc for Congreai bad decreeied thelaat year, while that for the department had lEfEely In creaaed. Mr. Boiler, of MEiuchnjetU. did not ite why thle Honite ahonld aUempi to regulate the amount of printing a head of department mlcbtwant. We could do that bycntUoc off appfoprUUoni.bat there would be no advantage In It. There was no conilateney to trnitlog the BecreUrlea with the expendi ture of million! of money for other pur poaee, and yet attempting to cut them down In the matter of printing, and Tlrtually aay log we could not trust them to lay how much printing they wanted done. It waa aim ply another expreaalonof want of con fidence In the head of departmenti, nod lit hie opinion It wa lime that the flloge at thcae offlclalE ahonld cea. lie thought that thia Interference with the department printing and department dude wu all wrong, and inggeeled tbat the Appropria tion Committee would haTO better performed 1U doty If It hadglTen mora eonalderaUen to the thought that the department! kuiw what they were doing when they made their cat! mate. After aome farther dUcnulon Mr. Dewee. of Masaaehneetti. obtained the floor, and aid he did not wlih to prolong the debate, but he could not allow aa opportunity to xm) wiiuuu, nvMCiOB; ao laciura girea 10 the Home and the commlUce by hla col leegue. Mr. Butler. whoee conranloa teemed to he ai ludden aa that of him ha Jonroeyed to Damaieoi. i ne repreaentaiirea oi tne people are held reeponilble for the appropriation of the peo- tiWai mnntt. Tha tvarmwialktllf nf ail.. lalng carefallr where eierr dollar of tha people'a money goea to waa a matter that thoae who pleaaed might get rid of but a for him be fell It his duty to diligent In quiry make where every dollar haa gone. Is going, or will go. 8o long aa he might bare tha confldeaco of the House and of the country he would contlane to pursue this thia floor. In tUelr proper tpnere the De- partmenU had a dnty to perform, and he did not question that they did It well. But he also had a dnty to perform, and he wutfld not bo dlTerted rrom It by any lectures on the subject. air lluuer, otuass.. said nenaano desire but he was dealing with the estimates of tne public uepartmenu. lie naa sowing more to say on that subject now. hut he wanted to sere the public money In the mat ter of printing by once and for all putting a bar between the comparison that was con tinually drawn between Saul of Tartu and himself, Ue had heard that eorapert son Jut nineteen and a IiaJf times. Jlaaaw no reason why the expense of putting It In type should be Incurred erery time, and he would suggest tbat U pe kept Btaodlng, so tbat all might read It. There were three standing accusations that also might be kept in itd. ana iner were -lit. inai uoTotea for Jeff. DitIii lid. that hit conyerslonto RAnnhlleanlsm waa a, audden one. and 84. that he was not 1 the Republican party so liwv a amaa ether neooia. That waa all true. Bat In tha olden time be had do doubt there were many who would tund by Judas, only because he was the oldest apostate. Laughter. The amendment wal further discussed by amerce gesuemen. The amendment wet sot exited to- In the progress of the debate -poo the paragraph, aad the one following, Mr. Eta. or isew Hampshire, charged that th great amount! necessary to be epproptlated wat In consequauce of mismanagement. at tba Qoremment PrlnUdg Office. He said IbAt the number of page of printed matter Issued at that, office last year wu dibca less than preceding years, and yet the expense wa much greater. The bill wa then further read without amendment antll the paragraph was reached for purchasing books for the Library ,' when Mr. . Wood mored to make the appropriation $7,000 Instead of 19,000. He made this amendment only to say that he thought there WE an abuse In the fact that all sort af pamphlet were placed In the Library. He thongbt anonymous pamphlets of an abu Aire nature ought to be excluded. nessrs. iiaiaemsDa .uanxa, ana oiuers both contended that It was the dnty or the Librarian to put ta all works published. It wu agreed on ell aide that Mr Bpofford. tha Librarian, wa a most excellent officer, end that a better man could not be found to All the position. He had faithfully attended to hi duties, and; If there was an Unltf,.! wtiin taa law aaa not wuh io JUioranaJi but it was conceded that no exception should be made In placing books and pamphlet Is. the Library. Mr. tooq wunarew jus amendment On motion of Mr. Garflald an atnanJmant was agreed to that the Library ehould be kept open from 7 to 10 o'clock p. ts. dally, in order that clerks aaj others might hare the adnnUrt of it. Quite a discussion ensued U relation to siriEing out tne appropriation Tot the Botan Ical'Uarden, bat the paragraph relating to It was not amended. . t ,v At 4 o'clock the committee rose and the House adjourned i aa i ii 1 Tha Pataalatlaa of Ef avvlaad la IEEE. rTne following lea list of the whits' and coforoa population oi sne respective counties of, Maryland, according to the cemni taken tnlSOOi Pniti. Cvlorti, Baltimore olty lH.iao ji,i. AlHhayeoaatj((, atAli 1.U1 AanaAj-uadsl ,,. UjiH 11,14 Daltlmore toQa.tr. to,t3l 7,il Toltl. IlMlt i,m U,(00 u,iu a.ovf o.iau f OOI S.SM n S2t s.oos lt.MI fl.Sfll 1U.I1T 11.130 ,au uat lMir to,iei 9,,!1 Cll la,a Uiel nim U.MT 1I.MI II tit u,m ll,lt tlllT fi.tM 10,131 l. too (. JaUM 110 OJTt 1I1IT Ilore u.eu fradarlek u,l llarlora..!.. , . 17.rj Howard.,........... tMi Hoalomarr.....V.. li.t rriaaouaoraa'a...... a.aoo nuH.Aii,i,..;.r' i,iii Hal,t,Marr' MM SJIPW1.!. i.w J'o) MM Waablaitoa ta Ma Woraaifar... .!.!. itaZi two O.U0 a.ut l(U U,M1 Tfaa B.ltlmnMi l.MmiZ. J.w. . i..Ad lacruM tUiM laioTawt aalWua that ott cj tha colored population Ibira jrlu bo at leait 4,000 Totea, a numbar lmtteot lo tako tba lute from Ite proton! control and tatt It In tno Itepubllcaat. Tua via bo partlelpated In the riot oii tbe tteamer Dnbnque latt tnmmeri on tbo MlnUtlppl rlter, between Rock Iiland and UHnton. by which Are or ela colorod men were allied, are oa trial at Rock Iiland. ijaiYaii. 01 oil aa... Carroll Oaall (Iharka ... laal WASHINGTON OITI. t). 0.k ilONDA,t MORNING, FEBIlUAEy 14, 1870. a a t. r. - 1 la . . 1 f- , . ' T rT I -' 1 , wihix.tqx ficti iiDiarauieiu Tns MaitABT Committee has thsi.far examined only one witness In ralsllon to the charge of islllog csdeUhlpi, Other tpsrtlai hare been summoned howeTtr, and the matter will doubtleti U thoroughly .fled, Ik addition to the BUtet of Virginia, Weal Virginia, Marylsttd, North End Bonth Oarollna. designated as the Department of Vlrgtnla, the President on Saturday directed that the District of Colombia should be transferred from the department of the East'.1 under the command of General McDowell, to the department of Vlrgtnla. under the command of General Csnby. This add lit oh will giro General Csnbyarery retpectsble commend. To Home of Represent Urea U making slow progress upon tha Legislative appro priation bill. It only got through three page on Saturday, It-will hare to do heller than tbat, or with all .the business before It It cannot thlnll of adJeuraldg'nalU mid-sum mar. The tariff Mil we set for the 15th, hat Mr Dawes will notyUId ble EdnnUgeon the appropriation bill,, sod as another order tnterrenei the tariff will hardly be considered until after the first of March Thb roLLowu viviL oaoaai were Uiaedon'Sitanlaji Detaehtd Commodort John T Alay, from ordnance dnty at tb. New York narj jard, and placed on waiting ordert Lleateaant Commander Wm. S. Dano, from the Athnelot, and from tbo Aalatlo fiaet and plaood on valtlof oxdere, raated Borgeon Wm. JI. Jonca, from tba Manmee and plaol on waltlnf orderaj rint Anlilant Eotlneai' A. V. Fmer, from the New Tork nar J JrJ, and (ranted tick IcaTev 'tn BaalT JrDioiiar Coiouttbi m a.t. BTda, had under eonitleratlon a paper era- pared bQortrnor Dollack malaly In reply to IM aranmenU prteeated br the other wlat; at the meeting on Thurtdaj latt, and in atience or tne coaraa panned by Oeoeral Terry Is tha reeoaitractloa ot the Bute. Mr. Qlbeon alao tnbmltted a ttatemant of a elmllar Baton, lateral of th. opponenta of Bollock war. pretont at tha maatlof, hut took no actlft pan. Th committee then proceedad to the cooilderatlon of aome of tha rfeaUeoUll aomlaatlooa which had been referred la It . a i i naoBira ao XxraaoiTtmas or Taa aoTtaantxT. Tbe recclpu and expend! taret, by warraafa, for th. natter ending December Slit, IMS, were al followi: necelpta from cnitome, l4i,308,U7i Internal rarenne, 371,?JS.M! landt, iSao.oai.voi from premlam on ealee of coin. 9,901,876.07, other mlacellaneooe eonrece, i3,7H),IH.VirromItoiandtreaiarynotei, I33,973,S30.1 from repaymenU by dli- bnmocomcera or moneyi ajraneod, II,- M4M5 total,! IU,S7I,3S1.37 balance lo treainry Sept. 0th, l$o, 10.014,S37.M grand total, 1330,339,110.23. Ekpebdltolil, cltll and tnlacellaaooui Internal rerenue, 11,070,718.49 eattomt, 13,024,983.101 leglilatlfo and eieentlra ei- pdniee and mtioellaneoni, I3,82B,831.57 other expemet, 3,017,7V2.28 War Depart ment, tIS,Md,343.80 Kary Departmont,IO, tai.01AlA.Tja4tt7anJ.Ar.trM,ty.o, imrehaeaof tl. 8. boadt. par Talno. 133.- 009)00 aVemlaV, Inclndlnglaceruod Intereat, t3,371,013A8i redemption of tha pnUIo dibt, 3,4t3,Tl3 total, 107,933,913.071 balanealn treainry, Dec 3lit, 1809, tl39,463,!37.10. Tha balance la treatnry, Sept. 30th, 1S09, by tola itatomtut, la f 4,031,194.93, In emu of th. baianca ae pnouebaii m th. debt iuto ment Of. Oct. lit, ISM; and 16,339,793.13, In excefi of the balance pnbllihed In the debt etatemeni of Janoary let, 1870. Thai, dif ference! aie accounted tor by the fact that expradltaraa.ro alt known and Snclndaalo the monthly debt elaietnenU, while the re ceipt, (belag taken from th, rctnrne la the offlcaattb Clot, Of bUllQeal on th, laal day af th, month), dp m lnelud, thett; en tlr, recalpta lot tha quarter. Am4TQaaBaa,TypoBtiha racoaimenda' tlon of tha BnrgMn Qeoeralof th Attay tha fbdowlag chao--ae In thp etatloa and,dnllae of' otactra cf thi'fn'edleal' departmenl ara herehy'midei, BnTgeonE. n. Ahadle, rtlUtad frexn'iat? at Stv Lonla, Mo., and to report to th. comioandlng ganeral DopaiinMat of tb. Lakol, ta rellire Sargeon TTV & King, ae mUcu dh-eftorof to tpirtmn.t, Bur geon Una; ordered 0 report! th, cam mandlar areneral Denartaient1 of Ylrxlola. ftrdttyM'medtcaidlnetorfielleTiai' lat goon John loore,'wbj5 1 brdered'to proceed to Hew Tork city, and relleT, John r. nam. raond from duty aa attending eargeonoa ofieera anoUhelr fatalUe. la that city. 8o goon Hammond la orderl io repori to com manding gnerilSUltiUlUlaryDlitrlctfof dnty aa medical' director,' relle,Tlog Bnrgwn Warner Webeter, wh la ordered to report by letter t aoraafhdlog gcotral Dtpiii' maatoftba'ktu' ' ' J Xlrit Lleutwunt Colonel Almond Sic., nnattachad, baa been ordered to.reportjto the eaperlnteadent general ncrultlog aer- Tioe, fiew,iorcouy, iot aaugumeat w um at Fort Ciilnmboe. , ' The enperlntcndent general recrultlng eertlce kt Bt Lonla bar been ordered lo land forward, all dlapoeabla reer-alu at Fort LeaTenwono', Kaniai, to Omaha, for aa ahrnienl to h United Bute, Infantry. 1 ctlngi elgaal fiffloere, whenrer terrlng, ara to b held retoonalbla for all property In their charge, pertaining to the tlgnal iir- TlM, iHitHKlt, Saranoa lliTtiaa. Bopar Tllor tary, of Sonth Carolina, ee--eiUe re celpte from Internal reTenna la the Third I Bonth Cftollna DUttkt for tba month of January, 1970, ara 11,000 la liceli or the correapondlng mootb of laal year. Bnyeft rlaor Qonkllag. of Hew Orleane, eaya tha Internal rerpone (ecelpte of th rint Loala Una Dlatrlet for tha trtl III' tnmtlhi' of tha preicninaoai jear.r, iai aovv,uw in ex- ceat of tho recclpta. fot tha tame tlma la the pait natal year, Tor the purpoe ot aa- eertalnlug the exact comparaUTa' Dgprer la tha wotktnge of tha reTenna bareaa, aad to tate the faellltlel afforded In th. office. Qenc-ral Schenck. chairman, of tut Commit' tee on, Wayi and Meant, called pupommli' aloaer pelano on Saturday. A tabular ex hlbU'bf the worklngibr'tka AnA forth, yean 1608 and 1809 waa careful examtnad, and Oeneral Bohenlk exprcuedl'hlmnlf ae entirely eattaQed with the main featnm of Ihaawbr'lMrtUHlji'-tcftAmQ'itiVor Ux U OOUflfMBt Th, total reoelpU for lha itil elx moatbe of the pretest flical yeari that la from July 1 to December 31, 1309, war, 183,933,111.441 for the tame tune, pretloaa year, 108,780, 190 07. The receipt! froai anlrlu tor the lama tlmo In 1989, wu f 3i,074,444.74i In 1803, 119,131,401.731 from tobacco. 118,903, 873.771 In 1808, 19,991,831.33. Althongb the receipt! for tha leaf plical year were quite large, It waa mainly on Be. count of the whliky In bond that vai forced noon tha market, compelling the ownere to pay tba tax. Th..comKvlMlooer baa, after urefhl aitlmatea, eipreaaed tha belief that lha recelpti tbla year will exceed 8178,000, 000. In making opth. eitlmaUa for the laat elx moothe, there ar yet eighteen die trtcta to be heard from which win inira,N 1 tho amount al leit I1,W0,0W. aeralarr DalknatfaBaaatill.-. Th, card reception of Secrttary Btlknap abdlady m BalnnlayeTtnlogwaea magata cint aBalr, and In point cf number! exceeded ahyef the reception! of the teaton, thoe, of tie Freildent alone excepted. Twelte hun dred IutWIoui were lunad, and It would ba Uiltr 16 lay who wae not there than lo attempt to enamerata Ihnaa rtrMant. The l-Jaclool maniton wai taitifally decorated ai)d brllllanUy illuminated, the ei-onliHe Saea and genial meaner of Mn. Belknap cabining with the hearty gallantry of the War Mlnltter to make their gueeta feel at hme in etery lenn of the word. Refrtiu menu wen abundantly prorlded. ,&mong iaa noublee preiiat were tha rRildent,VlcaFreeldealOolfax,andladlee Ilia. J. o. Blaine, Speaker of tha ITouie of BtpnaenUtlreii Oen. William T. Bherman, Sarretarta Bontwell, Cox, aad "Roboaooi Edward Tharnton, eeo., tha Brltlak mlnlateri Barm Yon Cerolt, rratilart,inJnltter, and la(lai) the COanelllor Domlngoa Joe, dem itlm de Magalbaent, BraxlIUn mlnliteri Oeneral Fall. Sheridan, Senator Bhermaa and Tbayerf Repnteautlrei Logan, Jndi), Qj W. Bcoaeld, John Wood, Oeneral Baaki, u. n. voorheei, oeneral ralae, Jame T. Wilton, Colonel W.B-Alllioa.aeaerala For te, Babcock, aad Dent of the Freildtnt'i ltani Commliilonir Farker, Col. B. Wilton, of Iowa Colonel Mack, Oeneral Dtjaa and daaghter, Jodge Wylle, Jadge Tabor, the Fonrth Auditor, and many olhert. Aaaneenioata Wall's OrEBAHocsi. Mlti Laura Kasne EnBounces that this will be the lsst week of her nggement here. ThU Is to be regret ted, for Wall's Opera nonse, UBdef her man agemest, has been nightly filled with th bestclauofonrclllsens. Dion Bouclceult tbrlniDg drama cBtlttod "II an ted Down, or Two Lues of Mery Leigh" will be prodoead to-sight with tbe foil strength of Miss Keene'e admirable company, ahe herself sustaining the character of Mary Letgh. We bare sodoibt that the theatre will be crowded to-night It Is particularly gratify log to notice that 'Teg Wofflogton" and "She Stoops to Conquer' are Bndutlnedar N at ten alThbatb. To-night Miss Mag gie Mitchell, whoso name has become a household word all orer the) land, com mesces en engAgement, opening with the "rearlof Batot." Miss Mltchol'a ueriU are far too well known here to need any farther praise from us. He who he not sat la rapt Interest nader bar performance of Mrl.erranehon,orAmy.hasyet aroal- Ure pleasure la store for htm. "Maggie," as the Is famlllErly called, attracts many who never go within the walls of a theatre sare when she Is performing. We under stand she has one or two plays which hare nerer been presented here, and we trust that' the will produce them before her engege ment Is concluded. Miss Alios Torr'i QnutD Oo.tcr.RT. The Boston JblitrUur says. In speaking of the fifth symphony concert In Boston Music Hall, that "the special feature of the occa sion wat tho appearance of MttiTopp. Mist Topp's reception waelnthe highest degree warm and enthusiastic, and her playing, a on former occasions, created the greatest enthusiasm. The technical dldcuHle of (Aiua, UlH tney Eu J-Tmn". raaa trrrgri- great skill. The adrent or such a performer on oar Thortt wu a musical etent as rare as It was great. She 1 a true artist Informed by the highest skill, guided by a thorough Intelli gence, fall of taste, of energy, of magnetic life, and Inspired, wo tnlgbtalmott say, with real gtnlu. should need no pea to enforce her claims to hearty support and recogni tion at the hands of discriminating lorer of thedlrtoeErt especially a thsy Ere about to lose her." Her fhrewvll appearance la this cllr lakes place to-night at Lincoln Hall. She will be assisted by sereral well known and popular artlstsi Miss Henrietta Beebe, Blgaor A Random. Mr. J. Lory, the great cornet ,DW""U oiBu.i-.ggB. Afarg.mnac cal treat U ouared. Secure yonrsaata at MetttroU'smuilCEtorewlihoutextraehan:. " " ' ' Panv W J Dati LveroBB. The an. ai a 1 p ta iV i T. p, dfenc SEturdsy sight st Lincoln Hall wat" not large, thoagh composed hi the most la telllgcnt clAEtes. Prof, D.t lecture wa announced as ethnological and gMgrEpalCET, He Is a Rnsslan. speaking the English lan guage quite plain, with occasionally a Oer maa and sometimes a Jrench acctot itaU a stout, robust, fresh looking maaj tB Was dressed In black frocK coat and pants, with white vctt, ana wore dark, green gioves whlla roadlnffhlt lecture, which he did sit ting at the table, rising oi lion ally to, point out some locality on the map which ho had visited. There was much Interesting know lodge evinced In the lecture, buf the apoakjef had evidently not made suluble prepara tions, st frequent nunlpalstlon of Ws note's asd papers stowed, ua told ut oi hit JWf5 fiej to Bokhara, Tartarr, the CaspUnand Aral sew, of the robbers oa tha bordct4 of the saa, who kidnap the FenUns and tsll them Into tUvery, he) told n of th perils and sufferings endured la eroulas; the sandy deserts, and of thp customs and rillgtont of th people In those countries, and, pa thd eiulern border of -Africa closing with stat leg the hope asd oouttctloa la hU owe mind that Dr. Uvlogttonf U yet' altre and not burned by those savage, saying that he had been before captured and threatened with t. it l. iv. n- r -.. -- -i.a i UCBtn, ua iu vr..aueuwaf a lAificktcia a, eonTlncIog M BEt)vM ibaI, Ue wet toatr friend, and thercfons was, set at,nncrtyj h4 hoped thai was tne case noWa TBE COXIOLtDATIH ijr inuTUBD OOila CeMfAslis. This Interesting subject', savs fiie Cembcrland CMttan, occaple much of th public attention at present, sad while many are fearful of evll results, others prophecy much good to result therefrom to all the Cumber. wd region. The friends of the project srgue tbaUhe consolidation wilt enable coal dealers to do away with a shoal of officers In New Tork, and the numeronjr "middle men" who. eat up all tho profits, whereby a general offlco can bo established there, end coal put Ipto market at greatly reduced rates. This, cheapening of coal, they argnc, mutl laeresso' the demand, In consequence of watch more men must be employed and more coal shipped. They argue further that the necessities of the trade will demand Eddlilousl putleU, sod the con solidation oi tne companies 'under one gen eral bead will ensblo them to work to such an advantage be could, never bo done while they were constsatly underselling each other, end outsiders reaping whatever there was of profltt In the business. This, they think, argues tbo ClvWant will enable them to gnarAnteo the completion of the Western Maryland raUroad to Cumberland, tbna fur nlsblug a third outlet for the trade. The amount required to accomplish thle object would sot be a heavy Item to the combined capital of these companies, and they would not hesitate In tbe matter. iHTiRMiL ItiVEBOB RsCBirTS on Satur day were (513,191.91. INTEEITATIOirAI, EXHIBITIOHS. Prop.tltlon to Held them Ac nn.ll In London, INTERESTING CORRESPONDENCE. Appointment of i Com minion from Ue tnltcd SUUi. The foil owing correspondence u taken placet b n r r ,WiaaufTOir, Attf . 1 Biat la erieipUtDca wltn an instrootloa which I kaveraoalrad from tha Earl of Olar- aadoa, X Bare Mia honor to enaloia tw soplaa Of a latitat f rah rat Kat Malaaiila aAMnaatl...a- for lha CapotUloo of XUi,KJslalff a aakaaa viuliubbu ui a aariaa iBiarnaiionai aantoi- Uanaof apatlaoaaof works of flo arts and arorkt ol ebaldai (BdVftl iry -propaaaq to aa anQBlIylalaOB- ooa llll, aai llkasvlaa ataataaaat tA aw-ia.a lha kopeot the aouaUttOBara tbat eaaU foralca Utf araferaat wtll appoint at aa early par tod a BilUBUaalaaaS far tka 'nutnaaa nf cnrrtinnarl 8f wltk bar Hajatty'a eoatatiaalonara, Ik ara, the hoaar ta ka,wltk the hlffaeit eooaidarauoa, air, your moat obadlaal, kynbla atraat. Eowabo Tbosjitov. AaaTFIl fll-BIM1t Ul. sioaars for to exaiMtioa of iui to aoqi Jon for in in Dm st ion or IDS Earl or Ulartn on that tfcey hare rasolrad to tall lata a satlss ofiatarnatlDaalaafclMUeaaor aalaatadapaal maaa of lha works of Sae atta aad tail ua try, to he bald aa anally In London, aad th Brat ot wblth will take plaa U tke year 1IT1. s. TB caaral ptinelptoa whleh will recu lata tktsa lateraatlOBal oihlblllooa ara ax plalSatl lathe aaeoapaaylDr aaaouaeaaaat. whlahllar Majaily'a aoumTatlaaart rtanaai tkat yauwUlsaprahla Ierdahlp to have tke kladaasa to make known totke repraicnta. ttraa of foreign aenatrlta aeeredUed to liar iaajttiy. , t w aujm ar svaaaaauBBlWBBgB SUBaMOaT Uat It nayba uaafBt to pelot out tiuttka Iropoied aakaallBtarnatloaalezblblUoo will ItraPBiatarlallr from tboia whleh heva pra adad tkaia. Tkaa will ba, otnparatlraly, UnlUE la exlaat. Tka onjaata will be atlteud by aoapUal Jadcea before tbay ara adnlttal. ttaly tftT alaaataof Industrial okjaata will be adnttted eaoh year. Tba arraaiaaastwiu ba in vlastaa wifbont rafaraae to national lUaa at Earatefor. Tbe exhibitor will ba auaptaoi an aaarfaaiox arraatinrana ink- tae axbibl- lUoaaaBaU be opened ea tke 1st of Hit and alot4 j.aaa- taaiiy Da in iaa oi oapiBniyar. a, aTOrauu in1 "i wu uat ptaarn in orauoaaaai ataair abaolii dlanoaaJ apaaa la blnak, tint ditiitarii ai anaoa oiapa 'eaoh I IbS Dl in Biaa a i aaa. a otmtnta.forala'i eaah alaaa. whilst, la ad- Oltioo xo tnn auotnuBTt-ior n axaiaiiora 111 Bare the prlTllaga of submittlnf la Loo- don thai ptodaatlona for adatsslon un4er the aama rulaa aa Xliitlah aablaata. I. Undar tbaas aiter4 elrtnasataaeea whlah, It It hoped, will maka thaae athlbltlaas far laaa oocroua ead costly than herabofort to feralgnart, her Majtstr' eonaltilonars ex. praaa a hope that each farelf a aouotrywlll appolet a ooaalttlosar for the parposo of aorrttpondlaf with her Majasty'e ooa ata aleasrs It would ba thefuaatiaaof auoha aonalaslod to divide tbe apaaa available aaongst thcae wheat tbay nay -ootid r a 111. bl to exhibit aad to fire aertlAtatee, which will oaabla bar Majeaty'a oonalHtootrs to ratal re eayV-t aad aj-raag than la th bulWiof, I kara tha huoor ta ha. air. vaur maat nha. dlaattarrant, HiiitY.U Scott, aUiaBi.u. atoyai a.Bgiaara, ttaaratary. ! lion, M4tntin if Mat; Frtto Vfiet. A.l..ai. .a..l.-w.a.--V7.-.i". ..'; taaraia tatanoiurt, iipidb- a uatot tier aWtajTBiya BwBJBBIBaiBIlBgB, U Itfl Ol AOgDy. K. O, being prtaldaat. Thy anoouo thai oaataaienara.ina Karl r nraaldanL Tbaa anne theflrtlof tb aariaa of exbltlllona will be opaaasnoia JLamainctoaoa juoaaay, see 1st of May next, and lot4 on Saturday, tbe Both of Saptaabar, 1171. . ineexnirmiooa win taxe piaee a peraa- BaalbulMtnga, about to boeraaltd.a tka .rounds of tae Uoyal UorUsultui aujoiniDf ural Gar Tha prodaatfooi of all nations will ba ad Blttad, sobieat to obtaining tha eertlfloate of aetnretent Indgaa that tkeyeraof suOelent axealleaa to be worthy of exhibition. Tbe objeete lathe Brat exhibition will oon alat of the fallowing elata, - .--. t.f-i.ioh Wlllb appointed a "Dorter snaMrkTa eoaaljUeKjrJBf.a-'ne; ferra'aolta, metal, Hon, Jyefy. and other a terlals. t, Cngrarloxa, Ilthographr, photo Biarhri Artnluotntal daugos.and aodala. Tapettrtaa, eabroldarlae, laae, Aa- ahowa for their ttue art. aad not aa man- ufaaturea. t- Uaatgna lee all kiada of daeora- llTemaaQiaataraB,vT uopiaa oi aao.entpio tuiea, enaatatr, rtproduotlons ta plaiter, elaotretypeaof Rne ancient orks of art, Ae. II. SeleoUfla tareatlooe and new discoveries ofallklada IIL BtaAuraatutes. A. Pottery f all kinds, lttudlag that used la building, tlit earthenware, etoveware, por eaUin, pari, ae.;with Baehiaeryand press far the preparatloo af aeah aannfaahirea. a-WaaJaot worttetlfabrlaa.wlth tbe raw prodneeaniL nf ahLaary for Baaawaetutera In the tarn. u. ts4ttfatioai i BaBooiouiidUgf,nitinga, fdraltar. Ate. S, Hooks, mapa. (lobes, fmt KioDra, a. alar, lnsladlar . Appuanaaaior payawai iraiaia) 9Ta aad ramaa-i atiDtBataiaamB an toy aad faae,t ti pawtauaa aad III uat ra- tloae of nodes oi Uaaaiaa; fla art, a am rat aUBtory, nit pnjaiai aoiaauB. IV. it OTtlflU It ure. Intern at tonal exhibitions OL new aaa rare piaata, and of irotti iabU. t9inntn& pUatt. abowlai e.iait- vego- ttaaof aiUfatiB,wiU behaid by tho Itoyal liagllUtAiauiaVI DWtalBVJ U, BvalAUljaaAOB Wtia tS VbVMxhauiS!l'U0l'iuMUo'wV Ja tlaee E I, and H , produaeti wtll t lttt lo amnd one taealman of every h kJBfc Ut' BtnfetaWee Obtest ha laar. kind of t kealDaf diatla(uiahad for novaitrQt aoeiiaaeee ! tallad rulaa BDnilaahla for aaoh elataaa' aad 'lute of the separate trades en- am iaa aor a' fAgec la th aredatttoeot objei faatura.wUlb- laaoad. Speelal i tltnl rural axiahlUeaa will bay ial ijeata or mann 1 rulaa f her ie will bw iataed bv thm ln;erniiakAai of hi etUctt will b aseerdlnt to el ansa, and not irstiohatllUt, AS U forma latere all a I exhlMMeae, T OwCJaia ikfrd Mellon ef Ue ahol available spmeewUL h'aaalgna4 abaolatatyta forelga exhibitors, who aui their oidefits'lVdm 1 itt oouui eariiaoaiaa tor tneir reipaetive uorern- aeot. Voralf n aountrlaa will sppolnt thair ypaae wruhaaUlel b aAJeotsltrod need either lath UiUtaa KlDtdoa, o if srodue4 abroad. owajnagTa , latrtauainr two mi leB-aAirarOi VJ UB DIUatUB ,tOt lOipftUOBUq ipproyal ef JUdget seleqted for the, ll;ltUh ex ilhllora.1 OblaalaaatBaaotKiroTexhli.ltlfja. 'Est b fejMTeataesoWla; to awtleea gives, pin nepieuetuMMa tAicwnnQraaaui thi elata nt fha aahlhlklAD .rltAii exhlbttort or their AgenU'muai da liver atth butldl-ri Into the charge of tbe props r -iaira. a jwogaawiB uiipaaivti aau 2a4y feraxhlklUoa, d-fre;f'allehegee reariage.Aet ,, -i I Ui MaJeairOeBtlsaloaera wilt fid lanra grata iias. Itanda. aad nttlnga, free of eoal t ta exhibitor, end. except la the taa or machinery, earry out- the arraageaent of U UeeU hy thelt m offltara. J. (lar Majeaty'a Oonnlssloeers will take tbaraiest poaalbta ear ot all objaeta, but they will eolhfldthemielvs;7sspoailble for. loan esdaaage of any klrjdt , BtiHPiisa may bt attaabed t th objeets, and exhibitor will be enaouragej to state thuf prleca. Agaata wlU be appelated to ati tend tothe Interest of diJ.lb.lora, AA.ErerrobJeatrauatbeaeooBipanled with a daaarlptlr label etatlng the epeelal reason, whether a ef exeeU4neeiavattr( ehtapneat, Aa , wbyll ta otTared for eahlbltloa. ,M-lJuk aoilD wlIL be gUea ef the days for ritstTlarr eaoh alaaa or ohiaett. and to enable tka airaageaeate to be a art lad Into treat' atritt puaataailty will' be rlNd af ill ti niaiKJia, mm larviara auu caiitaaaw wiywui dslivered after th-4aya aepolnled for lher aaopuDq eaaBOt oe ravc.tvu. , IK llepottaof eaoh suae ofobjaott will be pnparedlaawdlately after the opening, and will be pakUahaAbefor th 1st of June, int. 0--Ueh,foreJfB aountry will be fre to Moraaitaaonto- reporUr for every elata la whlah objaeta made imuoh aountry are ex hibited, fcr the purpose ef Joining laths re- P Thsra will be bo rites, but a esrtlfleate el Bavins otUlo4 the dlatieeUoa ol adrale aloatothe ethlbltlon will be given t eh exhibitor. 4-A eaiaiogne win oa puuiiioru in in Engltah language, but every foralg country will beireetyi publish a eatalogtlela Its own language it; it Ulaas At. llaxfar T. I). Sooit. Xleuleaant Calonal rP. fc, St;ratry, oinea of bepMajeaiy'e uerernuent tor tne exnioi bltloa of itai, I V?PT Keaslagtoa Uore, IondooWJulriB,ltfli. ...... . Uatheltth of Peaecaber last Mr.T.ornton addraaaed A lattar to the Hearatery of btate. ex prat a tog a h&ne that the Unit ad States will aaeade to Ike wish of IorJ fJlarendon and the eoatnlasloe, by appointing a eonmtaaloatr for Ue United Statta. ,...,. inaLiattar ii.taj NoTanber lllh. the aaara- taryof th London comnlsiloa sald "The propaaao aariv pi iaiiuvu, ittm galshcdbyaertaloapealalptlnelplea, to whleh Kar Mataatfa aomaUaloBare think It aay be desirable lo direct promloaotly th atlanllon of forsiga govereaents. While lha ntllltvof iBlaraatiaeai exaieitioaa ie uBireraany au- -- m-; ------- . ' .'.7-",:.::.:' a BtltUd, aad therefore need not hare be dwelt a. --. a -v ..W..ulatI faalthat ma a, II is atao in noknowleJgad fast that, as hftharto coBdusted, thay have entailed con siderable exptaee, both totnt taaivwuai ax hlbltpra and thair reipeatlv governnenta lUlMaJeaty'sooeainUaioaere have therefore endeavored to obviate this dlOeulty at far aa poaeioie, ana aeeire to can tloa to ecrtala point," etc eaelblc, and dealre to call paitleular alien- aia pom," aio K. riSV TO KB. afOTLtr risiiEaf.a7r.VfVaplH.Viu1 1 a iloVernoaaot bating been re- nutated by the llrltlahOovsromintto appoint aeomniatloocr for tba purpot oi oorre snondlag with liar MaJestr'a oommlsiionara for the exhibition of 11.1. w th rafaranoa to a aerlea "or InUrnaJlonal .Vhlbltlooof speolmana of works ef An aitt and UdutUf , proposed to b bald annually la London, th President h.!.V "P..P1""4 ! PIWU Mr. N. W. Ueak with, of New Tork, aa auah aonnlsiloaer oa tbe part of th United Btales. la conveying this latelllgene of tbe ap rolntmcnt toLord Olarenrlon, you will asy nataommoaltatlonalBteaded for Mr. Dtek wJit ".? b transnllUd threag h th Leg atlon nf thai ttatlmA aaa aa ..jT. " aaaa-ta u.B.va B UVBUOO . I am. Sir. your obedttol aarvaat, a . .. ... HABTItTOaT TlSH. aLateet Tel err phi Brevities. Dr. Harris, tbe New Tork heallh officer, reports the small pot abating. The Ice crop of Hudson rlrer Is pre nounccdatotalfEllare.and the large com panies of New Tork have commenced stock log their houses with Ice cnt on Lske Chsm plain. The report of lha coinage of counterfeit five-cent pieces proTes to be an exaggera tion. The records of the lub-treatury at New Tork ahow that only 35 cents out of tlOO are bogus, A number of discharged mechanics are to be reinstated at the New Tork nary yard this week. Tbe Erie railway trains, ezecct' tbe morning passenger and erenlog milk trains, were excluded yesterday from running within the limits of Jersey City, under the ordinance patsed by the City Council on -he occasion of the refusal of the Erie Company to reinstate the striking workmen. The position of Most Eminent Com- manderofthe Grand Annj of the Const.- touon is to do onerea to uenerai Mccjellsni oeneral Hancock being the second choke. Telefjraptiia Haamsry. Iowa faeicbes Ere compelled to borrow money at twenty per cent, to meet their tb llgatlone. Tns mlnlttry ef Newfoundland has re tinned, and Charles Fox Bannelt has been called upon to form a new government. Tua 8t. Louis people aro excited over the tariff, and protective and anti-protective meetings are belag held. A VLAa for tha national CbdIIaI. mana- factored entirely of California auk. haatyeen cmapiavau, aaa wui a ooa d lorwnraea. to vvaacungion. Tnn Cincinnati Chamber of Cdmmerse on Saturday adODted reaolntlbna dennnnrlnr the tarill bill recently reported by the com Duiwceoi tiayaauaaieanaanain opposition to a protective tariff. A rBBEVrTOEtmandamos has been made dj . nage vouine requiring tne city authori ties or New Orleans to order a municipal election on the second Monday In March, aa the law provides. Tua ha n aaa. art An .P V-m . r. it.. - .ava.aiavvvi t J u, AUlDr, tUJ dry-goods store of T Lamer, and tbe Bher- aU.U UVUID, BtTBOU DJ A 1. apnUg Ct, UO., u uuuiai a aaa, Aauuuia, wcro oaroea on Fri day night. Lots about 33,000i one half In- aaroa. ianiungoiioepcreuryo(Lholnlerlor that land grants to railroads must be located on air lines, unlets natural barriers Inter Taa ruling of the SacraUry of the Interior vene, nas changed the Northern raclflo pro gramme materially. Orders have gone for ward to stop surveys untU farther order. A ooxtextioh of English and. Trench delegates met at upper Fort Garry on the 35th nit, and appointed a committee, con. sitting of three Englishmen and three Frenchmen, to meet on the SSth of January, Kur-.rT opauauoinguuinaecoraancewiin the withe of the people. A spirit of com promise and concession waa manifested. Tns failure of Halsbad, Stiles A Co., of estate to make an amicable settlemeat. retril & Co. Importers of dry goods, are alto reported to hive suspended payment, Teleobaphio communication between Havana and Trinidad has ben re-estab lished, and the line I again open for busi ness. DIb patches from San Miguel have been received. Troops are now occupying Lua- cut. jaianT lamuieB i ram ina lnanr- rectlon district had arrived, and were set- uiogmtnetown. do at Pert laaa t rela its Ulattoa to thalaeaaaaTaVK The Joint resolution, pattod. by th Na tional House of Bepreaentatlye, for tbe eon llnuanca of the Income tax another year, 1 now before tho Senate. The Ways and Means Committee having reported the tariff blila 1 now empIoTed upon Internal revenue matters, and will again shortly consider tha stilt further continuance of the tanu tax The President, and, we believe, the Secre tary of the Treaaui7,haT0reoomm4hded the re-enactment of the law which 1 about to expire Dy its own limitation, bat wltA a re dncad ret of taxation. We nave repeatedly urgtd out own objection to the tneaaurei but LB tUB UVlu ML tlaMaQ Ul UUX OWQ CUJ UBS bo volntedly exDrcssed It omxaliloa to tt. a ill resolutions, we balleve. exnreaa tha Judgment or the country, and aa the time teems opportune, wo propose to give tome or the reason upon which We understand thl opposition Ls founded. Wa Ihalt eon tent ourselves to-day with referring to th inequuuesoi ,q ut ana it operations The law taxes the Income from bone. slnswi and braloj whkh raay perfih'In a Bigntnush aa muta aa tnat trom fixed In vestments, which will; enrieh. the present ownere and their successors while the world ala.ill Ta -Va-ai a-a. 'jIAId In. 1..... wuu.t aa auevie trt - V'J ua AMtUUin which) one ha la exee4 of a thousand dol lars. Vet. because ol tha majihlner adtWJtad to make collection thronrh. tha treainrara and eshlsrs of corporatloni, U cuSea df alee ' what It seems to promlie. The poor woman who, because the cannot employ If hcneir. Invests her little mean In th stock or a bank, or an Insurance company, or ih stock: or tbe bonds of railroad, canal, turnpike, canal navigation or slack-water company, caa rocaiT uar k&uu, Howtrrer imiu incy mar be. only after the dedoctlOn of Ave mp' cent, of their full amount for, the- tax gatherer. ise iaw anucnaxes to auow every one a home without a taT upon lis use. In at-temrxln-tthUlt crta3neuallats which to beoondemnel need only to bastatod. la asceiuimog one' ulxedi income tnexe t nol to be Included "the rental raluo of any homestead used or occupied by him or by hla family In hi own ritrht br In the rtirht of hi wife." This, of course, provide for famine oecuDvlnir their own oremlses. In th list of authorised deduction t there Is ."in amount actually paid oy any person ior toa reus oi uuiwuaiv premises eccu' sled a a rcstdeaee for himself or hisr fkml- ly." ThU 1 for tha relief of those 11 ring in nouaoa nut tuair uwu. The Income thus exempt from! chafgo Is for house or homestead only. It cannot be spent for board aad lodging elsewhere. Herein unmarried men aad unmarried wo men All oyer the country era taxed moro .naa tney wgum do were 1. no. ior mis re lief, which, by the prorlslons of the law, ls rsrussa to tnem in any form. Marriage is their only remedy. rrom tne salaries oi ait person emoiovcd In tbe civil, naval, and mJtltarv service of tbe Uenerai Gorernment, when exceeding tne rate ot one tnouaaaa aoiiars per an nam, ther Is deducted, by tho dlibuntrui officer who pay them, a tax of five per centum on the excea above the ono thousand dollar. This Is In Hen of the Income tax, or rather It Is th plan provided In such cases for its i-v.iIar.Hnn. Writ h-ra there Is no Provision for deducting house rent, and because of thia a wn larira nart of all the officer of the Government during tbe war were paid as most now employed are paying a utsser nrnnArLlftlJ of the BUnUBl bUrdCU if nil annnal Incomes above one thousand dollars should be equally taxed audi tha weight of argument reaiiy it -net they thouid i be why make the tax unequal, by allowing one mho to deduct one hundred dollars for hla bouse rent, another five hundred, an other one thousand, and another five thou sandl Why reward uttevageiiee and lm poaa a penalty upon economy! In the same street In any great city of lha country can bo fonud thoae living la home br the annual rental value of two or three, thonsand dol lars, who, because of these other provisions J P7 Mfc a dollar's us upon tbclr Incomes, and near them those paying a tax, who, because of the mcAgerness of ,. of . ' , . , ... 1 J10" ?lj? ,,efrae uoaB0 Dtl Jin their famlUc lire In boardlog bouses. rMU I iMphto Itplrtr iNo.ca TOE NEWS BY CABLES rrjAHCE. Til, Lai, Tr.nblaa In P.ria-n.eli.-rrt lnrrla.-rroeaedIoine.fl,. ue.l.rik.Bl.lalrr. Plan, February 13. Fontllle, tho friend of Victor Nolr, and a witneti of hla death, hie been dltcharged from cuttody. Tha other edllort of KairmtUlalH arefitll! In cuttody. Itochefort It not permitted to eea ble fel. low-rlilrent. A propotlilon to Impeach the Mlnlatrr wae eenl tail week by Itochefort toadepnly, to be Introduced In the Corpe Legltlatlfi but tba Chamber refuted to hear It, and after macioae or tne tltllog the deputy lent It to ki Bcnnemer, taa preallent. or the Oorpa. THE PACIFIC K LOPE. Mar. Karlnqnak. atuMka-Alblra la Kan rr..cleeaOp.lat3; .rib. k,m latal.ra Conaell r Haitian C. tBltl.-An.aall.a I lb. IJnllM Mt.t.a Rlr.nclr Adralrd. .iw Fiuwciico, February IS. Two illglt ihAckl ot earthquake were fell In thia cllr at balf-peit 3 o'clock thll a. m. The talo of choice teati for the Camilla Uno fcttlral, In aid of the Mercantile libra ry aiioclallon, took place lait night ami realized 19,000. Major Shebly toenred the grand box al IS. The Lcgltlatnro hat paned a bill author Itlnz tho Mercantile Library Anoclatlon to hold lolterle and undertake gift enlcrprleea for the pnrpoae of cancelling their debt. Pataeogen by the Fadflo railroad report that tb. root, la clear of mow, and that the trip to pleaeantfor thU icaton of the year. The Leglelatlre Coancll of BrltUh Colum blapeaton tbo 15lh lottant. Tha princi pal mcatnre to coma before It, will bo one providing for confederation with tbe Domin ion of Cana4a. Annexation to the United Suits It rery ttrongly allocated In the papen of the Colony. Chief Jmtlce Needham, appointed to be Chief Julie, of Trinidad, learn Victoria oooa to All hli new appointment- Gorernor Mnigrore It rapidly rccorerlog from the effect! of hli recent accident. II EAT T BCIT FOB DAMAGES Coaarreaamaa Deaaetl va. Tb Baf fala Advertiser. BcrriLO, Feb. 13. Mr. D. 8. Bennett, member of Congress from this district, has fssnd a circular stating that he ha re turned from Washington st the earliest pot slhlej moment to vindicate bts character1 against tbo recent attack of the BaflUIo Cmtnreial Adnrtltart that he has Instituted proceedings against the proprietors of that Journal t and that Hon. Noah Davis and Hon BenJ. Boiler have volunteered their services to prosecute the case here, and have been Accepted as countol. He says the re cent attack of the Commircial Advirtlstr It the crowning outrage of a long fer.es to which he hat been subjected from the same Bourse. Tjoallftto await tne retail tu tne juuu,.aiiu Testlgatlon which has been Instituted. He charges the Oommtreiat with tending marked papers containing tbe attack to the Presi dent, tbe members of the Cabinet, and prominent Congressmen, ne ssys he will bring the esse to trial with the least postlble delay that the law allows. Tho damages are laid at 1100,000. Harder ar.d Alternate. M nrUert. Ntfw Toax, February 13. Two cases or probable honilclde last night are recorded. Mike' Ualloren, arged SO, threw hi father down! stairs at No. S3 Beach street, and fin Uhed' by ratting hi thro, to that he wilt probably die. Tho would-be AisAttln ls still At large. Michael McFarlAnd was stabbed four times at No. 43 Oliver street by Benjamin Matlary, who was arrested. achhrraao, tha New Tork hdmlcfde, hits been oavcte4 of murder In the second de gree. The Jury wa out thirty hohrt. Tbo Maara oa tbo Wax a An napolis. Vobtlahp, February 13. Tha Monarch tallad for Annapolis at 10 o'clock this morn ing. Gorernor Chamberlain ts on bosid. Tbe flpEnlsb lra-ead. Naw Yobs, Feb. 13. Orders have been received from Washington to hare the dock Reared preparatory to the; reception of tbe, Spanish Iron-clad ' frigate Victoria and Leattad. which are dally expected,, leaking; If ear a ward. CttdissATt. Feb 18. The Increased reli gious interest in the churches of this city, It still maloUlned, and Information received from many neighboring cities and towns, shows that the revival ls becoming general. PoroJara latll!rtBC W Cooke, Jr.. beat tha English billiard champon for X300 and th champion) gold cue on Friday, leading 117 polat In a game of 1, 200. On Saturday tha weather wu Intensely cold throughout Europe. At Faris the ther mometer indicated thirty degree below the freeaing point. Tbe Elbe Is entirely closed to navigation on account of the Ice. A enow storm prerauea in iraiana. .agrarian outrago in ireiaaa continue. A landlord In Kerry county wa fired at on BAtarday but not hit. No arrest waa made. Tweutr-fire persons were arrested In Paris oo Friday aad a namber of others on Satnr day on suspicion of compUoIty In tha plot against the State and tho life of the Empe ror. In all cases arms were found uion the persons of the prisoner. Those arrested are nercra in sne prison uaxas an so crct, or BouMvaro. aiaxas, ana wiu toon do proceeded against. The proofs which tho Farl officers pretend to have of a deep-laid plot against tbe Emperor' life are totally aitcreaiioa in ionaoii. Seven editors of tbe Jtfrm newspaper here received orders to appear before tbo French Court to answer to charge preferred against them for a violation of the pre law. In answer to the summons, the Jitbrm pobllsbsi articles against tha Gorernment efextraordlcary violence. The Farls rayt explains how the rumor arose tbat M. Faradot waa announced aa having been appointed envoy toWaablbr. ton. lie intend coming to America In the tame way that Mr. Dickens came, as a publio reader, and will visit Washington daring hi stay In the Spanish Corte Saturday Bonor Rlvero, in reply to a question, said the Gov ernment wa fully aware of the conspiracy of theCarllsts. The Government know of their Introduction of arms, giving out ef money and appointment of oOLcsrs Tho Gorernment would do nothing until an qui, break actually occurred, being abundantly able to crush It at once. niJ Count Yon Bismarck closed the sesslod of ' the Frusslau Diet on Sat ardat with iab.Mchi He regretted tho spirit of oppuBltioa (bat ut uau utjtja auunu in mo vtjjptjr caantpcr Ami promised an extraordinary session iooo. lie msde no reference to foreign affaire ' Tbe Intrigues of thapeoplouf BerrU and MouteuegroCEUses considerable solicitude at Constantinople. A great rock near Ismail has bceu sue ceasfully removed from tbo bed of tho Suez canal. Tbe minimum depth of tho water It, aQTffcbimwt.; ti