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LAT nKFRUCTATIOl It THI MaTBODIST
Cnmcn. A rneetlni? of the friends of Uy
imwc station wan held at the Metropolitan
chnreh, corner of Foor-and--luilf tod C
Btrrcts. The chnrch til about half flllid
with an audience of ladle and gentlemen,
nmonft whom were noticed many prominent
Methodists of thli tlty. At 8 o'clock the
mcctlDK was called to order by Senator HAr
Un, of Iowa, who had been chosen to pre
side, and at his rtqncit Rer. Dr. Thclpt
offered up a fervent prayer
The chairman then said that tho chief
object of thU meeting as to 11 1 ten toad
dresses from eminent pcnltcmfn on the sub
ject of the representation of tho laity In the
councils of tho Methodist Episcopal Chnrch.
As the affairs of the Church arc at present
managed, the ministry In the annual and
f;enenrl conferences are the ultimate arbiters
n the settlement of noesltons arlslnir on
points of church discipline. The ministry
Is the sole twwer that has the direction nnrf
management of the machinery and work of
me inure ii.
It hns been Questioned br man whether
or not the admittance of the laity as a part of
me governing power would not increase me
efficiency of the church. Of course there Is
something to be said and arguments to be
advanced on both sides of this question.
And It waa to hear one side of the question
the congregation had assembled. It has been
said oa the one side that the Methodist
Church, under the government of tho min
istry, had btcu blessed with great power for
good, and that under the management of the
rulolstrr success bad been apparent, and this
should Justify the belief that the ministry
was suiflclcnt to control 1U workings. This
nybeall true, but would not the Infusion
nf ih. enPtUBr PWI of the lay members
of the cia.""? crcte new Tl8r "- Increase
its efllclency i , .
The last &Dnt c"fcwDC of the Church
had desired the sevcra. 0CJJ ot lle Church
throughout the country to" debate theqnestlon
among themselves, and cxprT their Jadg
ment by the lndh Idaal rotes of llif Members.
It aproper,lhcrcforc,thatthc several tan
grcgatlons should meet for the discussion of
Mr. Itarlan IntroJiKcJ, as the first speak rr,
Kct. Dr. McKendrcc Kllcy, of CoriogUw,
Kentucky, who said that It must be a mis
takehe waa not a layman, but one of the
traveling ranks of the ministry) and It might
not be considered altogether proper that lie,
a minister, should be found contending that
the laity of the Methodist Church were en
titled to and rtnnild hare a voice In Us coun
cils and goteroment. He had thought much
on.the subject, and had finally arrived at the
conclusion that the change should be made
speedily, and that It would result greatly to
Increase the efllclency of tht Church.
Tho question of lay representation In the
annual and general conferences had been
agitating tho church almost ever since Its
organization, and he was Inclined to the
belief that the laymen are more to be blamed
than any one else for their non-admittance.
He did not believe that the admission of the
laity would destroy one of the prerogatives
of the ministry, he did not believe that It
would weaken the power of the church to
admit laymen to a voice la the councils, but
was persuaded that the power for good would
be increased, and. believing thu, be Advo
cated the change. There was nothing In the
scriptures tonuiuonzeine ministry 10 nave
ecclesiastical control of matter relating to
It is true that when the apostle were ap
pointed ther had great powers conferred
upon thsmt but this as necessary o Ing to
the crude state of civilization and the Chris
tian religion. It became necessary after
wards that their work should be enlarged,
and therefore they were Instructed by the
Divine Spirit to choose "certain men of good
report' who would act as deacons and as
sist them. So It was lu the beginning of the
Methodist Episcopal church. Our fathers
had vast poer gircn them, and exercised
great prerogatives. They could admit the
membership of the Church, and they could
dismiss a memberwhcueverln the Judgment
of one of them ft ks necessam but that
soon changed) for as the Church advanced
Improvement was made. Committees were
appointed to investigate breaches of the law.
and an opportunity chen an offender to de
fend hlmsUf. Bo Ithasproirresscdi and now
the last thing to be done to Increase the sys
tem of church progress Is to take In the vast
talent of the laity aud admit them to a voice
m tne government 01 tue inurcu.
For the Church not to do this Is lo exhibit
lack of conformity to the spirit of the re-
publican luatltullous of this country. At , nd tQe VU1 o selected shall be entitled
BOmclcngththespcalcrrclccdlbeTarious I t0 Infraction for the term of six years.
attempts made In past years to procure a I Tne resolutions of the trustees accepting the
representation of the hilly lu the councils of offer designating the sholarsblp thus founded
the Church. The mcu who mado these at- J " tu0 Kendall scholarship are also Inclosed
tempts did not proceed righti they were too D7 ' 8" wno MTI & American College
precipitate, and undertook too much. Thtlr will not hac rcalacd their mission till youth
attempts were different from the movement promise, rather than fortune, can become
now lu operation. Ho bcliecd that tho I candidates for positions of trust lu the learned
baud of God was directing the present at- l professions.
Uniptofthelaltj.aud lluv n ould succeed. Mr- McLcltan moved that tho offer bo
lu tho Presbyterian, the Episcopalian, In-1 gracefully accepted and the thanks of this
deed all tho churches tain the Methodist Board be returned. Carried.
Episcopal ond the Koman Catholic, lay rep- Report of the sub-districts were presented,
rcfccntatloa was allowed, and it operated for I Mr McLellan, of the Examining Commit
good. Are there not men enough In the 1 1! reported in favor of giving tho Increased
laity of the Methodist Church with as much compensation to Miss Mary E. Xevitt, and
ability, as much piety as the laity of other ' Mr Moore made a similar report as to Miss
church organizations? Aud were they not Rose M. Dyer and Mary E. Armstead. He
as ca.ble of administering the business of I rrtl adopted.
the Church as the lay delegates in other' A number of bills wero approved and or
churches T Men can be found In th- tar I dered to be paid.
walks of life of sufficient Judgment aud
ability to direct and manage the affairs of
State, and why are (hey not of sufficient
ability to aid In governing the affair of the
Methodist Episcopal Church 1 Where Is the
danger of bringing Into the conferences of
the Church these Uy delegates, whose enter
prise and visor would do much to Increase
Its efficiency ? The speaker then traced the
great Improvements and progressive move
ments which are discernible In church and
school extension. The old Quaker-front
BVUUUl CAICUSIUU. 1UC U1U UUMKCr-irOni
churches of past ears have given way to
theso magnificent temples. Colleges are
springing up all over the country under the
auspices of the Methodist conferences. The
wealthy men of the lallr, the middle class
and the poorer class, urc alt contributing to
these great achlcvcments,and why should not
these laymen be more interested In the work
br having a oicc In the w ork I
The tremendous publishing Interests of the
Methodist Church should le aided br the
shrewd business men of its laliy and not by
the ministers, who are not alculated for the
work. There Is no controverting the state
ment. The secular Interests of the Church
would be hater managed by business lay
men than by lbs ministers, and if they were
placed In the hands of such men, the minis
ters would bate more time to attend to their
legitimate duties. As nn evidence of "old
fogylsm," the speaker mentioned the fact
that the book concern In New York was
located away down In Mulberry street, out
of the business centre, and not In one of the
mofit prominent business localities, as It
Should hfl. Til Wtitom lwiL- .nnAn l.
ThV?V!!er book concern '
.i Med.f F01.11 ?d mkmi,
Ki't 'L"al " hen It ihould bo down on
ln?hmLV Tlic lufiulon of 'new blood"
likiiiait L.itlT'1. " Chae' TP.V3
Stttafi "" ,c",: InU,,l
MetbodUm hi, .,....... ,.
went out with Hi
up.. Maye of conization
i?JS!f """'?., H""' "a -ccn .1,0
.i. Z.V '"', ."c tne rohe," under
tbe actlie worklnir of iho mlul.try and lalir
of lb. Canrcli. lie believed (loj would J
hi. wisdom, bring about tbe dcilred reuli
l.rt tho iavmn7ir ti. i'i i. i r . l
and faithful, and tnut In the Lord, and .oon
the time will arrive when they 111 bo ,u0ia
a voice In the deliberation, for the adiance
meat and pro.perlly of tho M. E. Church.
Senator Wiley, ot Wat Vlrelnla wu
then lniro4u4 I', the chairman? f0 JJ
that b. de.luj 1, iJ , undentood that what.
ever waa the remit nrtim npfln( ,.,
' oblln Uy riprcuntutlou, he wa la favor
of the Methodlat I pluopul Church, lay dele-1 ' Voung, to arretted by Officer Aul
gatlon or no lay dekgutton, uud be proposed rldKe. on complaint of A Adam.on, charged
to tight It out on thai tine ir u took him all wltu tue larcony of "jOO laths aid a quantity
hi. life. lu commencing bl remark, the of eand from a building Ineouncof repair.
Senator cxprcoKd tbe warmcit feeling, of Justice Clark committed the accused tojult.
love and admiration for his Church aud hir
njlnlitcrs, which no event could ever destroj Maiob Bow wat in hi. offlco a fiv,
Tho fact stands prominent forth that lu tin hours icstcrday. It I. stated that If ho la
high governing councils of the Methodist iiolablo to attend his offlco to-day, ho will
Episcopal Church tho lally of the Church request Mr. John Grinder lo conduct the
have no Tolce In Iho administration of the affairs of tho corporation until he fully re
government of tho Church, and this trouble covers.
was tbe ground of the present movement. -
It Is, then, a remarkable fact that In the IIaltihoee add Potokic IMIlmmd A
matter of church government the Methodist J Party of topographical engineers from Baltl
kfis oiul C uurch Is the only Protestant or- j more landed at Glymont on Sunday from the
g.nlzatlon v. hii h doc not allow the laity a steamer Columbia, to commence tho location
voice, una in u,u regard stands side by side I of tbe southern division of tho Baltimore and
with thcKoiiuiu lathoUc Chnrch. In tho Potomac railroad.
r?"?!7 r i11" "'a 1 to be found "
detailing how aii,ilt,r, 10Vfer tai i,,, . Tux M10IC Conn villi color Iho Hair or
placed In the bauds ot sorac goteramcnl, I Beard, permanent Black or Brown, llcon
.i . rfcr has been administered with tains nopoUon. Thero Is nosloportulu
such UuiencT that the ituhlpct. .t 1..., . M 1,. .... ir ..... 1.... . .
hi.i.,';,rim?vAfr.';m1!; ,8"lllothe I
wlihLii ''".Methodist Epljcor.1 Church
vyith unllmlicd power vested lu tho mloUirv
. i-J-Ti. .V-" "'""eofeomplalni TIJ.
was usraiitte ii.i tu i. mrn -.. iiiu.i .......
Lht SI lilt oft i 1 ",1:" ur Mi
ministry to control their church rorerument
because their rule ha been so mUd and Just
that no cause could he found to protest
au nonor to tne nome ministry or tne
Methodist Church for the successful aud
peaceful administration. But will It alway
besof Because the power ha heretofore
been exercised by the ministry Is no reason
that It should not be chanced. Time hare
changed since these rule and form were
maae. ana tne incroua 01 anowieage ana
wealth are all offering Inducement to the
ministry to Increase their power, and expe
rience has proved the danger that power In
government 1 liable to be abused. The
governing power of the Church, the general
conference, ha now offered to place the op
portunity In the hand of the laity to coun
terbalance the poret now held by the min
istry, and the cxpadtc icy of the movement
mum do odvioub 10 an.
Will the church pooplo always feci free!
History and human nature answer no' and
the laity should understand the matter. The
Bible 1 recognized as our text book where
are to be found the foundation of our church
government, and In no rt of that book
can be found such u doctrine as that w e are
now contending against. Tho Bible Is the
basis of all republican Institutions, and what
Is true In the State Is true In the Chnrch.
The power of operating the machinery of
tne governing power oi ngni oeiongs to me
The laity of the Church Is composed of
men of Intellect, of wealth, of science, rood
men whose presence In the government of
ma wnurcu woaia oe a power, a judicious
Introduction of thl clement will encourage
the people to renewed efforts. Inspire them
with new vigor. It will perpetuate the Inti
macy which has been the treat aid to the
advancement of the Church. Thl point
waa discussed at some leurtli bylhestmakcr.
who finally closed by saying tlut tho Metho-
aisi episcopal inurcn cannot swim mncu
longer as me omy rroicauuii imurcn wmen
doc uot truftl the i'le lu llidr delibera
tions. At tlMCOOcluslon of thi Hoqucut address
of Senator Wllley, the chairman announced
that owlnir to unforeseen circumstances Hon.
Messrs. Illram rrice and General rile, who
had been announced to sneak, were detained
from the meeting, and that there were no
Samuel Normeot, esq., offered the follow
Ittotwlt As tho sense of thl meeting, t hat
such change In the organic law of the M( th
odlst Episcopal Church are desirable as will
secure to tho laity a toIco and a vote lu the
deliberation and legislation In tho Ocncrat
Upon the question of tho odoptlou of the
Dr. Phelps arose and asked If all present
were expected to vote. As his name would
be published In the opening services, he did
not want the reporter to let It go out as
havlrg voted in lu favor, as ha was not a
The Chairman stated that It was expected
that all present would vote according to the
dictate of their own conscience.
The qoostion was then put, aud the reso
lution adopted there being but a fer nega
The following resolution offered by Mr.
Normcnt was also adopted, there being but
a few dissenting voices t
ttfttrtwi, l nai wnue we regard tue itiner
ancy and episcopacy of our church as among
the great and primary mean of Its success
and prosperity, and earnestly recommend
that such measure mav be adooted from
time to time a will tend to strengthen tho
former and perpetuate the latter, vet we
have no hesitation In expressing the belief
that the Introduction of lay representation
will essentially promote the growth of the
The meetlojr then adjourned, the congre
gation being dismissed with the benediction
pronounced oj ur, tuiey.
Boavd or School Trustees. A regular
meeting of the Board of Trustee of Public
Schools was held last evening lo the Alder
men's chamber, and In tho absence of the
president. Mr. MnrUgh, Mr. Dulln was
called to the chair.
Mr. Champlln presented the application of
Miss Lizzie Kipp for a teachers position.
Mr. Wilson presented the resignation of
Mis Carrie Bates, of the First district, and
Mr. Lawrence that of Mis Morse, of the
Fourth district! which were accepted.
Mr. Wilson presented a letter from Presi
dent Samson, of Columbian College, stating
a letter had been received from Hon. Amos
Kendall, proffering a donation of 10,000 to
found an annual classical scholarship In the
collnre. subject to the condition that the
trustees and their successor shall have the
i privilege selecting from the said schools
'one pupil Manually to fill said scholarship,
1 The report of the Commltttee on Rules
was taken up and several amendments belmr
acted on. It was adopted.
Reports of changes of teachers In the third
and fourth districts were made, aud the ac
tion or. tne sub-Uoards was confirmed.
Mr. Brown, from the Committee on Tent-li.
ers Institute, reported on the system of
Mr. Wilson made the following nomlna
, tlons for teachers' positions In the first dis
" . mw.nnvuHi .iu, , Jliat AUm
Tolmon Smith No. S, Kato A. McMahou
trict! Male Intermediate No. 1, Miss Annie
Secondary No. 2, Susie E. Hawkins i No. 4,
Lizzie L. Campbell Primary No. 1, Maria
J. Marsh t No. 7. Jane Marnh n. a. TWn
N. Brown i No. 13, Kate Suydcr, and they
Mr. Wilson offered a resolution protldlng
I for keeping a roll of teachers, their salaries,
Mr. R. (1. Greene, president of the Board
of Education of Petersburg, and formerly
of this city, addressed the Board on the con
dition of the schools In Petersburg, after
which tue Board adjourned.
Fixebau) VxsTiRDAT. The funeral of
the late Bryan Green, esq., took place yester
day from St. Patrick church, on F street.
The spacious edifice was crowded with the
inenas oi tne aeccasca, ana tne runcrai cere
monies were solemn and Imprcsslre. Solemn
high mas was performed, and the sermon
preached by Rev. Father Keane. Tho funeral
cortege, composed of a long line of carriages,
mftT.il in Afnrtnt ft1lrt MniMaiv tir id.
' remain, were Interred. Tho religion, .en Ice.
at the grave were performed bj Rer. F.theri
Walter and McC.rthT.
Tlie funeral of I he late Wnl. Matkey
' look place from hi. late reildence In Eait
attended by the officer, and member, of
l'."m"l ""' .' 1 "' .ml M."
terrcd In the Congressional ccmeterv.
CoxrliciTED MeT. Voterdtv momlnir
the clerk of Centre market iclxed upon about
Ix hundred poundi of beef and inuttou.
blch bad been brought loto tbe ma-ket for
"'e contrary to law. It aeem. that tbe of.
rend. had no .tall In the market, a. re.
'A"1""1 Vy Jayr,' '"", notjiavlng proved that
!? '?? 'H? ftt,el.,H cierk cnn.caled
"""neat Tor the benentof the poor-bou.e,
1 ''! '' Clark lined the partlo. $5 for
I ' 1,U""'I! lDe "natlon ordinance,
ptI" Lnir. A colored man, uauicd
will (orever discard all other halrdjesor
preparntloM. M1010 Coira Compaii,
Forsali-, wholenale and retail, fir Chaa
... .. ..'. . .. .. .
ciou cJ70 rcnnyiranii, nveniic. nminuoinrr
The Tirnt Warp. Orioixal REPrnLtCAx
Cub. ThU club met at the Mission
church, on Tenth street east, last evening,
the president, Mr. Charles Champion, In the
Messrs. Farrow and Lawsou, from a com
mittee appointed to ascertain why Democrats
were employed upon the school-house work,
reported that thev had called upon Mr. Du
lln, and ha had staled that he employed a
Mr. floitinsnam. as newasaoieto mrnisn
tome facilities which bo knew of no Repub
lican able to furnish.
Mr. Cary u hue tnougnt there were plenty
of Republicans fully competent to do the
work, and he was opposed to going to the
Mr. H. A. Blmms did not consider Mr. Du
lln a good Republican, although he had
nothing against him as a gentleman.
Mr. Jordan said Mr. Dniln was ruling th
ward and dolog what ho could ngatnst the
party, and something should be done to get
rid of him.
Mr. Lawsou further explained, In behalf
oi Mr. uuun, mat no itepuuucan uu ap
plied for work.
ir n mm nam no icit coinpvicni 10 uo
any work of tho class required, and Mr.
Dulln knew that be was out of work, but he
had not been nor did ho expect to be offered
work by that gentleman.
Mr. 81mm favored the appointment of n
committee to go to the Mayor and slate that
Dulln was not a man to be trusted.
Mr. Shiner thought If he was left alone
he would ruin himself. He had supported
Mr. Dulln, and had been deceived.
Mr. Jordan could not be quiet and let the
man alone. He had helped to elevate Mr.
Dulln, and the man had gone back on him
and his race.
Mr. RUcy thought the appointment of a
committee but Just to the Mayor, who ho
belle cd had been deceived by Mr. Dulln.
Mr. uaiues inouunt tuis report ougnt lo
be disposed of and a new eommittec np-
G luted to demand the discharge of Nottlng
m, and the appotutmcnl of Republicans,
then they would have something to act
On motion of Mr. Venable the report of
the committee was laid on the table.
Mr. Riley related what occurred between
himself, the Mayor, and Mr. Dulln, lu reli
tlon to the appointment of lamplighters, and
said the Mavor and Mr. Dnlln had made
statements exactly opposite, both of which
could not be true.
Mr. Slmms said Mr. Dulln had opcolr ad
mitted that what he had previously stated lu
the Club was not true.
The subject was then laid aside to hear ex
cuse of delinquent officers. After hearing
some excuses, Mr. Gaines said, to save time,
ue wouia move to excuse an oi tnctn. luc
Mr. (Jalnes then moved to strike from the
constitution th clause In relation to flues.
This elicited a lengthy debate, at the close of
which tne motion was unanimously rejected.
Mr. Gaines referred to that portion of the
pledge contained lu the constitution, not
to do anything that can Injure the prosperity
of the Club," and offered a resolution lo the
effect that the Club censure the action of Mr.
8hlner in forming a company of Boys In Bluo
out of the Club.
Mr. Shiner. "I want to get lo youj you
was runout of oneplare,and yoitwlll lo run
out of another."
Some confusion followed, and Mr. White
obtained the floor, regrettlug any division,
and saying that unlets the) remained uni
ted they must be defeated at the coming
Mr. Shiner made a irood humored defence
of the Boys lu Blue. He said he always h.id
a martial spirit, and he would exercise It, if
ne uaa toaoii witu a wooden leg. lie mignt
yet be found fighting for Republican prin
ciple when others were seeking their holes.
Mr. Slmms thought If Mr. Shiner was to
be censured, the men who went out with the
ship Constitution should not be overlooked.
Mr. White moved to lay the whole sub.
Ject on the table. Adopted.
iuo executive uommiuee were aumorizca
to appoint such number of assistants a they
may deem necessary to facilitate their labors.
Mr. Joseph Gibson, from the Grant and
Colfax Campaign Club, made some rambling
remarks In relation to the white men who
professed to be the peculiar friends of the
colored men, and warned them not to trust
them too far.
During his remarks Mr. Shiner said, $vto
voce, They dou t fool me." Some one re
marked. " The Bors lo Blue will fool vou .'
This called out the martial spirit, aud MIko
made some remarks not at all complimentary
to hi assailant.
A slleht Passu cc occurred between Mr.
Gibson and Mr. Slmms, who construed some
oi the remarks or the former gentlemiti ns
lersonat to himself.
The meeting thcu adjourned.
BoiTlvo, At the rciruhir fetatud iiitillny
of the naltwtau bout club, of this city, held
u. iuuir .uu-iiuuig on oaiuroity, .Marcii o,
the fullowloir renllLmcn were uiniulmoutlv
elected as otUccrs of the club to sen e for tha
eusuluir vean Proldcnt. Gcoriro I). Patten.
Jr.) Coxswain, Harry C. Klchardsonj Sccrc-
iary, .oaiii i. urowpi i rcasurcr, wutur
P. Caldwelli and William 11. Blauthard. U.
Hobs TUley, and Wttihlncton O. Moore us
Committee on McmbcnthVp, Arraugcmcuts
were made bv tho club by which the mem-
oers anu tueir menu may ixjtect a jolly
time ou the bluo waters of tho Potomac d ur
Ing tho boating season.
The Happy Twelve foblng club hold their
anuual meeting to-night ut thcOncu house
for the election of otUccrs uud to roako pre
liminary arrangements for their annual trip.
A New Masonic Lodge. A delegation of
tiasons irom inis cnv. Headed hv iir. a. ii.
Mackcy. proceeded to Uulontown on Mou
day night, where, at the request of the Grand
Master of this District, Dr. Mackcy, assisted
by members or the Grand Lodge, instituted
Anacostla Lodge, No. SI, F. aod A. M. of
tbe District of Columbia. At the conclusion
of tbe service the party adjourned to a
nciguuonng uotei, wncrs a conation was
served, and addresses delhcred by Dr. Mae
key aud Cot. W. F. Saunders, O. M. of
Montana Territory. The delegation re
turned to thU tlty about 1 o'clock )e.terday
SrRisa Clothing. I hae put upon a rear
iwuuicr au oi my lasi spring's BIOCK orciolll
Ing, nnd ns I wish to close out the whnle -t
this month I Iiae marked eiery article
7ckiib, icbis niiu panmioons down losuui
extremely low prices as will rommeudthni.
sches to those desiring to purchase. Among
the lot are Casslmcre Walking Coils fur t
and 110, Sack Coals, $8 to IS; fine Lassl
mere Pantaloons for fi; Children's Suits
iron, f j.fUiip, and other goods nt cqunll)
B No. 511 Seventh street
AnUlu Dohoe Revived. On Saturday
night u swludler ordered a ton of coal to be
sent to a house on Seventh street on Monday
morning, and gave the dealer, Mr. George
Bogus, a worthless fifty dollar bill, receiving
uit uuauc m kuuu uiuucj. i eourse I lie
scamp couia uot oe round nt the house desle
nated. lie was a German, about thirty
jcuri ui ugv, uicuium jicigiii, uark com
plexlon, black chin whiskers and moustache.
Lewis Betz, No. S33 and 235 G strcc'i
uc.wceu Dcvcniceninnnu ciirniccntu streets.
near the War and 2avy Departments, Is al
was prepared to furnish his friends with
tho chokctt wines, liquors and cigars, while
his tabic uro furnished with all the dtllca-
cles of the season. Ills waiters arc atten
tive and his charge arc moderate.
Schooneh Wit PC K ED. The schooner J is.
Graham, of Baltimore, was suuk under
Point-No-Point on Saturday during tho vio
lent storm of wind aud snow. Bhe wu
bouud to this city with a cargo of coal, and
Is a total loss, together w Uh her cargo. The
captain and crew were s.ived, and reached
THIP TO MOLM Veko. The steamer
Arrow. Stackpole. took an uuusuallv larce
crowd to Mount Vernon and the regular
inaus to Jiarsuairs uinaing jcsieraay. A
flue coris of musicians were ou boird, to
furuUh music for those fond of the pleasures
of the dance.
RonrttT 11 m. 470 Ninth btiLoi. i.rtupfi.
D and E, offers a large stock of cooking and
heating stoves ut cqjU. He Is prepared lo
furnish the material for the repairs of nil
kinds of itlQTe. enabling parties to make
their old stores ni good as new. Oho him n
Tub MusiMHTUSh Tho committee up
pointed on Mondaj evening nt the meeting
or the MisoUalji Uti at Hit, Washington
House not being ready to report, the meeting
that was lo be held la.t nlirhl hui im.inr.tioH
uutll such time us the committee miy ha
prepared to rejoi-t
Tiir Mvitit.iM Ailai Umeiievl-
Tho Mary laud Conference of the MithodUt
Protestant Church wUImcet iu Georgetown
to-daTutV o'clock, and at 10 30 oMuck tin.
annual scrmuu will be preached.
Tur LkjIuk Ueueiih' Vxociatiun Intlds
Us regular meetings 1
at half-just two Ihls
mccuugsni xraaes' tnioii iiall
THtSiltor Fcxn In Ihc new Melropoll
. . . . ...
i i cnuren ruiiiun.-ii' - r uivirun c fitiii
I c'lS'il oMotk
Tm Baltimore AinrraL M, F.. Covtek-
vrt-Atitn mr Tufxfdu. The confer-
ence reassembled and was opened with the I
usual aerotiooai exercise.
Rer. T. T. S. Richards was announced a .
transferred from the Central Pennsylvania
Conference and granted a supernumerary re-
latlon with an appointment. 8. D. Ilerron
was granted a supernumerary nuuoo. o.
M. Censor was announced as transferred
from the Virginia Conference. Rev. Thos.
Myers was granted a supernumerary rela
tion with an appointment.
Tho case of Kev. P. P. WIrgman was re
ferred to his presiding elder.
A report was made on tho Jackson Square
(Baltimore) church, and adopted.
Tho Church Extension Society submitted
a report of the amount received during the
The report of tho Committee on the Trnc.
Cause was read and adopted.
Rev. Tho. Myers submitted the report of
tue board oi sicwaras wnicu was maomco.
Rer. Ur. Owen submitted a resolution set
ting forth that the church at Martlnsburg
was consiucrauiT uamascu ounog me war,
being used a a uospitai. ana no remunera
tion uad been made, owing to a law oi con
gress, and for the appointment of a commit
tee to wait on Senator Wllley and Borcman
to bring the matter before Congress.
Mr. Baker asked that Jefferson county be
Included) and the report was amended so ns
to Include tbe Harper's Ferry charge.
The resolution was adopted, and Revs. B.
P. Brown. A. A. Gibson and E. D. Owen
The report of the Missionary Committee
was submitted, showing that there was col
lected during the year IU.140.00, an Increase
of over 12,000, and 1,700 Increase for Wash
ington district alone. Tho report was
Rer. N. J, B. Morgan moved that tho con
ference fix 935,000 as tho standard of Its
missionary collections for tho current year.
The report of tho Committee on the Sun
day School Cause was rcoelrcd. Adopted.
A report of the Book Dcposltorr In Balti
more was submitted. I
A report recommeodlog the appointment
I of a committee of ministers and laymen to
consider tue ranous plans tor tne esiaousn
ment of the Book Concern was adopted.
The first subject noticed under the head of
memoirs was the Rer. Christopher Parkin
son, of Maryland, deceased.
After the reading of the first memoir. Rev.
John W. Hedze made a few eulogistic re
marks on the Ufo and death of his deceased
friend. The memoir was adopted.
Memoir ofRcv.Wm. O. Lumsdcn, of Vir
ginia, and Rev. Benjamin Brercton Brown,
of Virginia, were adopted.
A resolution waa offered that the Com
mittee ou Memoir should prepare memoir
for the wife or widow of a proacher.
The Commit I co on Statistics reported,
showing the total membership, 25,34Jj pro
bationers, 4,015) deaths, 37 7( local preach
ers, 171) baptisms adults, 431 1 children,
3,4tl churches, 335; probable value, 91,548,
200 parsonages, 67, valued at $210,000; In
creased membership, 10,718 j deaths, 177;
probationers, 844 local preachers, Nil ;
churches. 112; value. 1570.000.
Washington city reports 3,031 members,
and 685 probationers.
Dr. John P. Newman, of the Louisiana
conference, was announced as having been
transferred to this conference.
Rev. N. J. B. Morcan mored a vole of
thanks lo the people of the District for their
iiopiiamy, remarking mat ne naa urea line
a prince. Voices. '3o have I." The mo
tion was adopted.
a roie oi inanksiouieruiiroauswnouave
favored them the Baltimore and Ohio rail
road, the Annapolis and Elk Ridge rail
roadand the trustee of the church, was
a resolution expressing regrets at parting
with those transferred to the Central Penn
sylvania conference was adopted; as also
resolution oi tnank to tne msuop and omcers
of the conference.
Tbe minutes were read and approved.
Bishop Clark Tcad the appointments, ns
Baltimore District Samuel V. Blake pre
siding elder. Baltimore city station, W. M.
D. Hvaui Charles street. T. M. Eddr. T.
Sewall, sup.; Eutaw street, John S. Insklpj
Madison avenue, L. F. Morgan, T. Myers,
sup.; Wesley chapel, Wm. Krebs, J. Brads,
sup.; Cross street mission, J. J. (lurney
Webster, J. II. Ryland, sup.) South Balti
more, F. 8. Cassady; Satlors city bethel,
W. II. Laney; Hanover street, R. R. Mur
phy; Columbia street, George W. Cooiktj
Mount Olivet, 8. H. Cummlugs; Baltimore
Circuit, T. A. Morgan, J. F. Gouchcr;
Woodhcrry, J. B. Stltti SummerQcld. Chas.
McElfrcsh, W. J. McKcnncy, R. M. Lips
comb, suim Mount vvashlmrton. T. M,
WestfCatonsTlUc, W.R.DavIs. Annapolis
tint cnurcn. vv.u. Ldwards.sccondcnurcii.
John H. Swopc; Seventh, D. W.Arnold, J.
P. Wn.oui South River, 11. P. West; West
River. C. C. fremiti. J. T. Hvucsi Calrcrt.
J. J. Sargent, W. It. Gwlun. John Lauahan,
assistant agent of the Book Concern at New
York, member of the Cltv Station Ouirtcr r
Last Baltimore District Joseph Frame.
presiding elder. Baltimore North Balti
more station, It. Norrls, J. E. Amos, T. T.
S. Richards; Exeter street, Job A. Price; liar-
ford avenue, A. 11. Ames; Grccnmount ave
nue, Watsou Case; East Baltimore, W. Daw
nv. M. C. Brlthami Jackson Bona re Centa
ury, J. W. M. Fryslngcr, J. Gamble, sup.;
iiroauwuy, j. o. ueaie, j. ii. Drown, sup.;
Caroline street, Jos. Wheeler; High street,
. r. oncaitci tfcucrson sircei. o. ouaunooi
Huntington avenue. Robert N. Bear; Mount
crnon. t. k. bhipicyi Aorta uaitimore cir
...t. If 'T .' W-.-.lt.. . T ...
cn llle. T. R. Sllcer; Great Falls, B. F. Clark
son; East Baltimore circuit, P. B. Reese. O.
U. Smith; Long Green, J. II. Marsh; East
Harford, James G. Moore, T. D. Wilcox, ir.;
itavre do urace, vv. . Edwards, west liar
ford. G. M. Berrv. Ja. McClarlo. snn.i J.r-
rettsvllle, J.C.IIagey,Clark llartrock, sup.;
Hereford. J. R.Cadden. W. A. Koontsi Bent-
ley Springs, Charles Cleaver, C. II. Richard
son. Seamen Union Bethel. U. Sllcer. mem'
her of High street quarterly conference; R.
8. Maclar. missionary to Chfnat A. A. Reese.
chaplain U. B. army, member of High street
West Baltimore District John II. C. Dosh
presiding elder. Baltimore Favetto street!
S. W. Leech, A. S. Hank, sup.; Union
souarc, R. W. Black; Franklin street, J. II,
M. Lcmoni Grace church. W. F. Ward. A.
J. M)crs,siip.i St raw bridge, L. M. Gardner;
jinory, tt. ii. uuupmau; vvuaieoat, t,
Mucartncv. G. Hlldt. sup t Elllcott Cltv. C.
II. Savldgc; Pntipsco. C. A. Reld, D. Has-
kiii; aicrv.uc, v. jursi itccui t-inerty,
John W. Cornellui. M. F. B. Rlcct Mont.
goincry J. D. Stilt, D. Monroe Browning;
rreucncfc city, n, junkie; Duciceysiown,
John W. Smith, A. E. Wallls; Mlddlctown,
S. M. Hartrockt Autlctam. Jacob Mont.
gomerv, E. II. Smith Hagerstown, Thos.
Sherlock, M. Gobecn. sup.; 8mltbsburg,
Thos. J. Cross; Mechauicstown, J. Ducy
Moore. Dnrbln G. Mltlert Westminster.
Johu W. Hedges, N. McComas Stokes;
namjwicau, cinory iiuurman, vy.m. rergu
son. John B. Van meter, principal West-
minster Collegiate Institute, member West
minster Quarter r Conference.
Washington district N. J. B. Morgan,
presiding elder. Washington Foundry, A.
E. Gibson; Wesley Chapel, B.Feyton Brown;
.Metropolitan, jonu r. ncwman; r.ast vvasu
lugtou, W. II. Holllday, G. G. Mark ham,
McKcndrce, Samuel A. Wilson; Union, W.
I. .. MVUlUj l.ttUllU. Vf. IT. UiilUKIUI II ur
such, C W. Ilobbsj Waugh, James N. Da-
John M. Green; Hamlluc, L. T. Welder man;
.(4 iijimvuvvi a a.v.tsusi . biui fs. iictkubi.
ticorgctown, James a. MCiauicy; J. vv.
Hoover, un.( West Georgetown aod Ten
nallytown, H. C. McDanlcl; St. Mary' and
cuanes, d. ii. oinuu, tone io ue suppuea;
L'nloutowu, A. Foster, (one to be supplied!
Bladcasburg, C. II. Mytloger; Pleasant
Grove, Wm. E. Bird; Laurel, Joel Brown;
Sandv Snrlnz. E. Richardson, fone to be
supriica;; r-ixnagc, jonn vy. oian, j. o. 51.
r.. -.r'.. . ... ... a. . ..
naiiup. itockvuic, w. M. usborne, (one to
Winchester District W. T. D. Clemm,
presiding cider. Winchester, B. G.W. Iteid;
Winchester Circuit, E. E. Audereon; War
dcnsvllle, J. W. Howard Harper's Ferry,
George G. Baker; Shepherdstown, Geo. W.
rcclcmcycrt Martlnsburg, E. D. Owen ;
Berkeley, Albert Jump; Berkeley Sprlngs,C.
O Cook; 8 rlngflcld, (to bo supplied j) South
Branch. Harrison McNcmar. fone to be sun.
piled;) Moorfleld.fto be supplied,) W. Cham
pion, sup.; t ranKiin, j. oi.uiatr neaie, sun.;
Haiirnrk. (leo. W. Iledire. A. J. filll. mm .
I Alleghany, Amos J. Bender, F. G. Klrby, M.
ijc'iiii, sup t lyiuiiucriaua, a. iv. iveucy;
Frostburg, Edward Klnsey; Frost burg Cir
cuit, W McK. Walsh, B.N. Wooden, 0 W.
Cecil, kup.j Piedmont, R. C. Haslupt Lona
coning, V C. Mullen; Bloomlngton, Jeeso C.
vv. Harden, j. ucusou Ackers, vv (i. Fer-
nuson. A. M Kcster. Huirh Llun. Gcoro W
Dunlap, W A. McKce, transferred to tho
Central Pennsylvania Conference; L.Nick
primi. transferred to the lre,InIiiCnnlW.tio.
John A. M mi roc, to the Newark Coufereutei
t LuiiLHiit) rj mv .tn aunt, ouiurence;
and C. F. Thutnas, to the Cluclnuutl Confer
ence, and stuttoiicd at JUpley, Ohio.
Tlic doxology was then sung, mil iho
bUhop prunounccd the benediction.
Firm WAitnC'tru The Fifth ward Ri!
publican incut nt the colored Bnptlnt church,
on Fourth street cnsl, tienr tomh ( (trolhm
ivcuur, iq morrow night
THECOLOMOStnrDiTBcnoow. A meet-
inn - of the Sabbath School Union of the cltv
was held at the North Presbyterian church,
on n street, on luesaay evening.
Rev. Mr. Da tier, from a special committee
appointed to consider the application of the
coirax Mission dcuool coiorea; lofonmu-
tanco Into the Union, presented a report set
ting forth that the Importance and extent of
the mission work In thl city 1 recognised,
and proposing tne rouowing resolution t
llto!rJ, That this Union will cordially
welcome to lu fellowship all offleer and
teacher of mission schools In thl city.
Mr. Williamson offered ft an amendment
the following t
Re$otvtd, That the above resolution shall
uot be construed to admit colored schools Into
the anniversary procession.
On tho adoption of this resolution and
amendment considerable debate ensued, some
of the members advocating tho recognition
of the colored schools on the irrouud that
they are co-worker In the great cause of
.uriBliauiiJ nun tuui iu mui, uuu, uv
distinction in color or race, white other
ftirfttr.cn apposed the movement on the
ground that It would not be beneficial to
citner tue wniio or coiorca icuoois, sua .u.
the majority of the colored people did not
uciiro inas vue voiorou ivuuuia auuuiu uv uu-
mltted to tho union, but wero fully satisfied
to hare them form a separate organization.
Several of the members stated that they
were willing to adopt the first resolution,
provided It applied to the ofllcers and teach
ers of the school and not the scholar.
After a good deal of debate, the further
consideration of the subject wo laid over
until another meeting of the union and a
larger attendance of it member should be
A communication from the Second Baptist
Sabbath school was read, announcing that
the school bad withdrawn from tho unloo.
The association then adjourned, to meet
ogalu at the call of tho secretary.
We ihb iLTUomzED to announce that tbe
Iowa association will meet at Union League
Hall, (third floor,) 481 Ninth street, this eve
ning at 8 o'clock. All lowau In tho city
486 KEDTJCKD PKICE3 486
farERiuiai:"!, vviithnw hiiades, PIC-
TUKI KR4XE. PM'TI'RE TOKP AMD
t AMI i.e. l-Aiim.iaa, kkihav.
IH"I8. CHRiiMitt. PICTURE
icaUshmos. WAILS, e.,
Cstll ItirsU 1Mb, lo msk room for 8pi if SlocV,
TsrmscMB. riessstvutsmls thtnims
And No 4 Seventh Htreet,
netween 1 nnd E Streets,
a- -a. 3ii nii si i- "sr .
904 ?san. At., Bstwsen 9tfa ui 10th tti.
JVAL bs4 RQU1ES PICTDBS fRAUIS, of U
!. tad of ihbslanalltr. miwli Ia order
oclV-ti A. V. a. BMijii. irjpntMir.
isrostss avd dsals is
KttrW AMD 1MKR1CAH FAriRBAlfQiaQI
tM Wtitb ilrsst wsst, bslwssa D aid I stmts,
fs-bi waiiivoto. . o.
iiouvtio mum sing alpueus middleton,
It It OWN I. NU A MIIrOf.ETO?r,
Wboleuls sod Rstsll Grocers asd
TEAS, WI.HM, WIIIttKr, C1GA1M,
TOBACCO, Ac ,
AltboOld Buad nf
UEO fcTHOS PAHKEH4CO.
311 PaarlaB STaa. oppolti UilropoUlts
Tf.btBt.. C. fsSiolf
K I It K W 0 0 D
ltR AM) HI 1,1.1 A 11 U HALOUN,
i'or.Tweirtta si. and Pav. are.
liLIOH A UcCOHMELL, PROPRIETOR.
TARKWgATIUR k M.0WMAW,
OflU.- PLANT'S DDILDIHU, corner J Mew
Tjrh Ttnoid riftBlhatrBBf. UJ-ly
klevutb ureaU. Booth aide
bi.a!t vliwtallr or bLalal lionBrl Parladlcal
a rd nmwinn caraf ally aUeasedto
febW Boiw aoatb ilde. bt. th and 10th all
pROPOUALS FOR HAY AMD WOOD.
Dirt am tar of Dakota.)
6t PlCL, lll , tvlruarv IS. 1841 )
Fropoat In tbuutl f rm, with ibecuatomarr
COBdU.ona, aa InvHed Id b revived at ibUvffleB
and at ttt Qaari'nnatifr' UOc at Ihs haad
oniriarauf Ibe DUtilct of Momaua. dbIII Uarch
it, 1MJ, all in , to anpp r Fun biiaw ibs tmloi
a'aaon wllb 0J Ivn uf liar aod ;,0JJ curds ut
Alao. titidDDlr la Ilka tnina.r F tt Ellla wliti
mtoaaof Hay aoIl.UUritd.of Wo-d
Similar rrupoaaN will ba recalvcd at tb Dla
lrictQaBr(artntcr'aU01ce. Furt ttievaBana, D T
and at ibla M- aama IaI and cuadUinn a
abva, to kupplr I rt lin rJ with eutonaof liar
aart lailo rdtuf VVuoili I ill p'r u't t0oo
with in t. a f May, l,3ii eorJa bt Wood ..ml
AOJ.UM fevt nf Lniobar lu 1 i, to aqaaia alibi
lacli.aatilia an alleoteod, aod ii be friu algbiMB
tu ililrty feat Ihuk
Atlbe oanietlbi4 aod U Ibe am manner pro
Bin la will be received at Ibla offle aod at Ire
Unlet QtianarmaalT e utile, V n Bully, D T .
L.upply rur. Klek)tBa . f liar an J l.iajUcnrda
nf Wood i to mpply Furl Stillv Jiv) ur lea iod of
liar. and I.UU orda of VVuilt tu aupnlr al tort
Kaadall 135 ur leia lona of lUy aad bi) curjauf
ft la to be uuleMud llitl tbaa era n alt mar he
dliutalal a Wlha Mayor Wood b nut all rru. Hired l
thatiha liar I to teeut wbta sreea. aadpruparlr
cured 1 1 be freafrotri wdqd aedRea ur twaiop
I ra.aj all cnt aad cared br Heptembar 13, deliver
Tb Wmdtu be aunad merolianlahla wuod t ba
dlleartd by Janua-y IS, 16TJ, unlaia utherwWe
Thaller and Wood all la t itellverad at tbe
put n 11 IIULAU1RP.
Oeputy Q is rtr master Oeneril U, b Army
UNITED STATES PAT E.I T OFflCE,
WaaBjiiaroi.b. C . tab 19.1SGD
OnlhepallllOBuf JohTtlis,o( Weal Lebanon,
flew Uatnpahlre. praylni firiUa exleDaton of a
Fateel ran ted blm ob lb Sid day of Mar, 1W,
ur an ImproTamaat In Carta for Water Wbeeli
ll la ordered Ibataald i-atltlon be heard at tbla
oMe ob the 11 day f slay nest Any pereoa
mar oppua tbta exienelga UbiectloBa, depnal
t'oei aad otber paper ahonld be nled la ibla oOce
twenty dare before tbe day of b earl at
febThll Conmlaalooar nf pAtenla
Coan nf WaablailoB eoaoty. In the Dlatrlct of
wUTnniuiB, laiiara taaiamaniarT oa in praonai
cataie of rnouit Holi u.ni.Uie of Waabloilun
Citr. DO. d-eeaaed All rraone barlnf claim
acattaaid deroaaeisre hereby warned loexbtblt
tbe aarae, with the vonchera (hereof, to the anb.
UHITBD STATES PATENT OFFICE,
WAaMiKiTon.p.C .Feb 11, 1W9
Oa tha naililaanf flaAanaW. tliLDKBTV.or Lack.
pir.,New Vurk.praylar far Ibe exieaalon of a pat-
it f ratted blm on lha 19th day of Jane, 1843, i
Itaaed on ibelat day of SUT.lWO.for aalupro
aatle MudeofliaBftncUellat . ,
iiieoraarea inai iaiapamioa oaara ai iota
eftlce oa the Ilih day or Hay next. Aay peraon
nay oppoaa tula exunaloa ObJtloa, depoal.
Hod, aad other papara ahonld he Sled In thin oOce
twenty daya before lbs day of heart nf
feV Uv CommUaloner of Patents.
IU THE BUPRKUE CODRTOF TUB DISTRICT
() rOLUMUIA, THE I TTI I DAT OF FKU
IKS, Eiully DockelS.
Jons J Jonseox, Ibe Iruatesappulolel In Ills
him. bar Inx renurletl that he did. on tbe 11 day
ofFebrnary, A U INTO, In obadleace to the decree
patted therein, sail lot ten (10) In ayaar Wo Mil
frltl.W, who baa eumplied with lbs terraa or
talc i It la. tberafure. on motion of John J JORR
aoB.aollcHorfor eoraplalnaot. by the conrl, tbla
lfltbday of February,, D 1J, ordered Ibat eald
eale be rat, fled and eueflrnej, nnleae canao to the
contrary thereof be ahown on or before Ibe let day
or April nexiiproviaea aonny oi miaurasrue pnv
AprtT.A D i CI10 V. ribUSH,
JOallLC O U. U i
-Tl"JbT'J Ms.ue. Clerk
To nil the credllore of P A DasxbULB. who
nava proaa ' ,,.
ler at the name place all o'clock,
' 8,w ' bATIP S ooomso,
(T fi UrribalufD g , as Meaaenaer
Teil: B. J UtlOS, silt fe.llul
.J i.t .inu.pli.fiip. tliaBrl. -K. jv...BBP.nn.pnnra..Mknta...B . .nMn.rt ' ,.
ion are "" "" " "," "," J 'T";!'" "i:r.rr I fl lata p.rasaaijwiiiii ui lilt uioi hiut mi caiui,a rara opportunities (Oretlabllabinx a
tsissi.''&i'ns'arsi Kt." is vt r- ,,... ""-1ULU'""i .upi.b..i.....,.,i.,M,,tt i
u. lk.. . cur 11.11. W..hi,lo. I Eq.llr, the, Aul. w.ncd E.crjrwlier.. All
Hit. lo.beuMkT.dllfr" 'r fllkl" V.DlIoolitUI J II ClDiRT'B Pnrt y.f,lni t MoW. ,1 I ma...
u.i.n,'a rrarl iura will ha ba d bafora lha Becta. ' .. .. ik. ......, . i.. l..i.i ,.., .. . SjOnonnia of Whlta Hattart Al r.nti ..mn). i No 71
OrriciR ELiCTxn-Tb following were
elected offleer of th Central Building Asso
ciation at the annual meeting held Monday
evening t President, William Clabaughi vice
president, James Goddard; secretary. W. A.
King. The affair of th association nre
represented a la a flourishing condition.
At tne meeting fx,?vi,vj was som at an
average of I1.SS.
Order or Recti abite. This branch of
the temperance army 1 prospering finely In
Georgetown, and Hebrew Tent of the Order,
Is weekly adding to It membership. On
Friday evening thl tent, with rhasnlf Tent
of this city, will vUlt Eagle Tent, which
meets ou the navy yard.
Book Peddler Arrested. W W Cook,
a book peddler, was arrested yesterday by
Officer Sherwood on tbe charge of plylug his
vocation without the necessary license. Jus
tice Buckey mulcted him in tho sum of 930
for violation of law. Cook plead a hi ex
cuse that he was trying to make expense on
his Inaugural visit.
Rttiufrs Arriyed. The steamer Johu
Gibson, Mrglnla, and Valley City, from New
York, and tbe Columbia, from Baltimore,
arrived nt the wharves jesterday. heavily
freighted to District mercnants. to conse
quence of these arrivals, tbe wharve pre
sented a lively scene ait aay ycsicraay.
Kissing jiisWite while Dnxa or Ur
DKornoBtA. Mr. Eckerson, who died of hy
drophobia at Saddle river, had to bo held by
five or six men, and during- his lucid Inter
vals begged to kls his wife, who w very
HI In another part of the house. Just before
his last dreadful lit ho pleaded so plteously
to kiss her once more before he died that.
risking the consequences, they took her to
his bed. The dying man carefully wiped
the froth from his face, and compression his
teeth tightly to prevent any of tho poisonous
taiLva exuding irom ms mouin, mssca me
lip which ho had so often pressed In lovo
and affection, and then resolutely turning
away, after bidding her adieu forever, re
lapsed Into a dreadful paroxysm and died.
The man who kept tho dog which bit Mr.
Eckerson, a iter Knowing coat u uaa occn
bltteu by another mad dog, a week before
Mr. Eckerson' death, gave him fifty dollars
a compensation for Injuries sustained, and
persuaded Mr. Eckerson to sign a paper of
release from further claims. The neighbors
are very Indignant, and talk about clubblug
together to carry on a suit against tho
owner of the dog on behalf of tho widow and
orphans. TtttUon Tr4 Aintritan.
Tue Democratic members of tho Indiana
Legislature, who deserted In order to break
up tho session, left the general appropriation
bill unfinished, although they might have
completed It before tho hour for which the
constitutional ameudment had been made
the special order arrived. They left the
State debt, the penitentiaries, the lunatic
asylum, and other benevolent institutions,
without any provision. They have forced a
necessity for catling new election In forty
six counties, and another session of the
Legislature, which will Inflict on the State a
cost of from 975.000 to 9100.000.
If ther do as well a thev hope In
the elections, It will not add to their
power of preventing tbe amendment.
They, then, will have no resource left
but to desert again. Unless the Dem
ocratic members design to prevent any legis
lation for two years that Is, until the expi
ration of the term of this General Assembly
and thus to make a general delivery of
Jirlsons and asylums, aud to dishonor the
alth of the Stats, there was no rational pur
pose In their desertion. A It Is, It does not
look like the act of a party that has confi
dence In Itself.
A mcetikq was called with a great flour
ish of trumpets at Indianapolis ou tbe Cth
Inst.. In support of the Democratic Legisla
tive bolters. It waa advertised as a meeting
of the people, Irrespective of party, and the
Eubllc were told that It would bo addressed
y Republican as well as Democratic speak
ers, urine actual meeting a corrcsnouuent
of the Cincinnati Cfuronide sayst "It was
sllmly attended, not more than 900 being
present at any time, and was run wholly by
the Democrats, who cot oft tho same old
speeches and resolutions denouncing the
Republican party for attempting to force
negro equality ou tho ople.
IN TIIBnTPBEltECOOHTOrTliE DISTRICT
L .. . OF COLUMBIA.
i3uo awniiy uucnciK
lath 4av at llH.amh.br laat. tar m.l.V. aasf K
Tn a lee report ad to thla Court be aad tbe aama la
hereby rallfled aad coaflrmed naletecanae to the
contrary be ahown on or before lb flrat Taeiday of
mnrh thereof aa relaleato I
(iiii aii riDTinta ivrr vi ibi Diufi! gt
railfleatloB of eald
ie, be iBaarl
lad oae a week for three tottewlv
Hv lha Pniil
A trnaeopy Teatj
Conrt of Waahlnx tn conalr, In the Dlairlct of Co
lnmbla, letter o? admlntatratlon on Iheperaonal
aauteof fttictiU Mscsamaka, lalo of Wah
laxtoB, D, V . deeaaaMt All pereupa haelor
claim i1 ait toe eald decaaaed are herabr waraad
to exhibit the him, with Ibe vim titer thereof, to
the eobacrtber. on or before tbe 3d day r reh
rnarr nextt iter mar ntberwlae br law be ex
cluded from all banaflt of the eald ealale
Olf en nnder my band thl 4d dar of Fehrnary,
v psism i n,
OF GOLUMBIA, TUE7rU DAY MY FEUliU
JohnT Canflonetal ,)
ve i no m iquuy iiucnci s
Ob mot Job of ibe c mplalaente, by Afeaare LI trd
ad Scaaa. Ilialr aallellora. it la ardarsl (bat lha
aod See? a, Ihelr aollclton
dafandaDta. An draw Htal
defaadanta, Andrew Stalllnci, Louiaa Hialllaaa
and llonora Slalllsc, caaaa
r appraraore to be
entered baretn on or befor the Oral rule day ore or-
BKioriyoara arier iniaaari oiuarwiaeiiie
arocoadad with i
In caa of default
Ht order of lha Coart.
Trnc copy i Teat
X aerlber haa obtained from tbeUrpbaea' Conn
of Waehtacion County, In the Dlatrlct of Cutnmbla,
lettera leaumantary on the peraonal ealate o.
All paraonebaflBKclalma aval b the
eaio oecaaaaa are oaroor waraea w exniou loe
aama, with tne vooeoere tnerenr. to tne eubacrn er,
on or before thelTlU dar of Fabrnary aexltthey
mayotherwlaeby law be excluded from all ben
eStof Ibe aald eetate
Given nnder toy hand this 10th day of Febroarr,
Tetts Jas R O'Bstsnn
tiiiiriif vi lona
ir((rief of Uvtvm'Ha, If atMnffton cnuafv.loieK.
. i nauii iiiiiiiiinigii f.iui.1
ceaeed, the admlalatratoreaforaaald have, with ibe
Biiiiinianoi ubii u LiTaaMiBLB.aa.
oay oi aaarcu,,! ioa',ioriua nuai aaiiiamtni ana
dlairt bulla of the pereoBal aetai of eald deceaaad.
aadof Ibaaaeetaln band ac far a the tame have bean
"jr.'-s.:ri:- "wrt v.-.t- .--, . .. .t.-"i
collected ana inrnea into money) wnen and wner
all Iho credltore aad hetre of aald daeeaaed are aotl
nan iu a lias a, wua loair ciaiaia praiwrir v one naa,
or they may otherwliebr law be excluded from all
hanaBt Ib aald dacaaaad 'a aalata nraakdad a rnn
of Ibla order be poblUned once a week fur three
week la the Nitiosai. RircBLiCAB prevlouelo
UI .IU Hlfi
Taaf JA8 R 0'IIEIUNE,
fabfl Thlw lte.lalrof Willi
TANKRLipfCY NO fl CE
n've pro tea ineir ciaima
Yoa are hereby notlBed to appnar baftire thaSn-
Breire Court of the Dlatrlct of Columbia, alttioi la
aakraptcy, onlhe 31 day of March, 18UU, at 10
o c'octt, a to
to show canao why a dlachargc from all hi
iHU hi iu oiairui
it Iba SJ aad BJ itiMt
Baokiupl'e credlture will b held before tbe
f nij.r Af lha l.isnrf
n VI War.halufD.C , aa MceeeBi.r
Teat R J Msiaa, Claik feiun
To all tb Creditor of Mosks Wilill, who hate
Ton art harahv nnilSail In annaar liafura (ba Kit
Bremt Court of lie Dlatrlct of Columbia, allttaf In
Aukruptcy, on tbe th day of Uarrh, 1. al
10 o do k, n m , al the City Hall, WattUftoa
Sllr. loahow cauae why ndlacbarse from all hit
bu ahonld ot be treated to aald Utekrnpt
Too are nlao notlSel that the aaeoad and third
meat! or of aald llaakrapt a credltore will be be d
before Ibe Rf liter at I oeam place at llo clock.
By ordr of tbe Court
U 8 Hare)
K J HKIQg, Clerk
mil 1 8 IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT THE HUH
X tcrlber haa obtained from tbeUrpfaaaa Court
vi n anuiiiBiua cuuni;, miua viairict i L.oiaioui,
1 altera taatumantarTuo theneraonalaalaia of U A air
L OlDa, late of Waalilnglon, D C . deeeaaed.
All pereuna havls clalua as alnat the laid decaaaed
are harab warned to exhibit tha aama. with lha
voncbere lhareuf, to the aub tcrlber, on or before tbe
ibruary nesii iney may otuerwlae by
dad frum all Lanaflta of tLa aitld aa.
Olftn under my hand tbla l3ib day of February,
lMtt KATHARINE 8, OLD8,
THE 1JTU DlV DIP I Kit
0 WavorlyMcCar er 1
va Hi lt Equity Doe 0
Mary McCarter i
On mutton of lha cumplaloaat, by Mr A K
Browne, hlaaollclUr, H la ordered thai tbe defend
not nanae hie appearance to be entered herein on or
before the Srtl role dar occurring forty dare alter
Ihladari olherwlae the esuae will be proceeded
with aa In eaae of default
TruaaoBW Taatt S I HtlflB
B J MEICIS. rierk falB MBw
before February IS. 1800, at which date he will pro i
i cava iu iu vaBtuiuniivu vi me iini
, b p ursscT,
1 Special Auditor, 3 Four-nnj half ilroct
CiacriT Court Ciuf Juttu Ctrfbr. This
court wss oesupltd ss (ollowf yesttrdsr t
Uurh Hughes vs. Jena E Esehtrssk. As
ttoa for stofi furnish! 4fndsat 10 par
streets, on which thdsfadantlalsard a da
daetloaoatheUroaad that th stone was est
furnlinea SI tat umi i.puiaa. tawjvrj
wsrs esllsd sad ssnt out at tb opsnlaf or th
court, and In a short tlm rtturasd a vrdist
forths putatliria ,09U0.
Oothslfilthrendvs Bolomon J. Fata. As
tlon for money paid aadioem furnished; th
dtre&dant Btlnc a ss'-oror work don to a
fritter amount than th claim agstDit htm.
Korrls for plslatlff; MaOutehsn for dtftndant.
Tb jury rsndsrsd a verdict for th dsftndsal
MeUUlUo vs. Lewis. Jury withdrawn and
Moor vs. Woolen. Astloo for services rsn
drlthplslatttrbrtha drnHnt. VtrJUt
forpUiatliT Iqsi.ooq. Motion for ow trial
Kllrvs.Wlker. Ltvcraatrdto amcad
declaration. ,, .
Oltlnni ntnk or IlMtlmore vs niUh
Osss submitted to tho court, and Judgment tor
CASKS TO DAT.
The, follow. or ar aislcnsd for trial
to-dTt Noi lot. UT, ITS, 300. U. , 1, , M,
Tl.TS.Tl.Te.n,?, nndappcsls nes. U ana 00.
Criminal Ooutr-Jwfj BV. This court
wss eni si ed ss follows resttnlsrt
Tb esst of P. Msvet. shsreed with ssssult
with lnttnl to kill William Smith, continued
orsr from Moods; was resumed, and Mr.
Usrrlnitoa closed lor th prosecution.
Th jury then retired out, and after som
hours returned a verdict of sissult nod bat.
Th court then took up th sss of Use. W.
CUmenteon.ctasrxed with tb murder of Ab
es lorn Uonrsd, and the defendsat hrls been
nrrstined, pleaded not guilty.
Pittrlet Attorney Csrrlng ton and O V. Br.
! ann.iMJ ffif Iha nrniMtitlnn. and McurS
Dsvldfe, Uoslcr smt Uapertsn for th de
fence. llmr W. White. J mil A. Ullsv. AlflOS
Bawler. and Michael Duffer wcr sworn as
J0""- ... . ..... ...
fcncetThomac J. Frsser, Wm. Kuthsrfordsnd
Meeere John II Crann and Uharlts Cham
pion badeoniclenelous scruples on th sub.
Jeetofeap1talpunlhmnt,nnd wer therefore
ThlscKbauallnE th pansl a summons for
thirty talesmen wan ordered returnable to-day,
and the court adjourned.
OarHAas Oov7 J dgt PuretU. This court
was occupied as follows yesterdsyt
No wills weteprovedor testamentary papers
Issued from the Orphans' Uourt yesterday.
Ellen Mulochrli o.u all lied as guardian of
P.MeMahoaQdsllfisdaa guardian to Mary
1... 1I...K tmrnm .iii...iill..ii In tttf trts
Lqcitt Court. JuJff off Tbli court
uad tb follow I nt; order yeiterdayi
Ileesvs Hess Urder of reference to auditor.
Store, and Tinware.
H K V E N T II
JUST niCIITID A III BOPPLT OF
a no oiisa
BRICKS AND GRATIS FOB BSPAIRINO OF
Tlownrenutl Honse FarnUhlnff
WH H nARBOVEK.
BurRlcal antd Deatal Imstnanasals,
Trnaaea, Clmb-feet Apparatua,
Pino Cutlery, ,.
No urenBtylvaalaaveane, belween Hetrpol.
Ui Hotel and Sevaath a treat, (Kerr n
Jewelryalore.) Wnahleston, D 0.
n to ft rumen la. Belt tore, Basore. Ac, made,
repaired, aad ironad al the abort! notice
Special attention to attla on Trnaaea Rootn 1
no ilt tf
475 LICENSED BT ADTHOSITf. tVJR
LOAN OFFICE, 8 Thirteenth etroet, third dool
eonthof Penatrlf aalnateune Hoaey loaaed on
time to eull cnatomera on Beat Ealate, Gold and
flleer Watchea, Dlamoude, Jewelry. Bllfer
Plate, Piano. Furniture. Mechanical Tooli.
Lad let' aad Uentletnen e Weartn Apparel ol
Old Oold nnd Sllcer boa (hi.
aSir W BnRtfSTIHK
A I'CTION BALE OF jIORSIl AND MULES
Dspot QcAirianttria'a Orrtci, I
Wi.uiiurot, U. U , March ?, I8SS (
WlUbeaoldai pallia aucttna. ob TUUHSDAIT,
llth laatant, coumenclnn at 10 o'clock, at LI a role
Depot, onder the aniervttlon of Brevet Colonel A
P. Blunt, A Q M ,
) HORnES AND M UULE8
The aalmale are well brokeato harnet, nnd
are very daalrahle partlcnlarly the Ala let.
Terne i Caab. In Ouvernment rnnde.
Uy order of the Qaarterraaur Ueneral
3. C McfEHBAN,
Deputy QuartermaaterOeneral. Brevet brlfedler
Oeneral. USA. mhlU Id
OrnciDsroT aho Diinraeisut
'Ann DiinraeisuQ M.I
UTA, On .March fl,8t I
I n. on FBlDaY, March It,
0 o'clock, a n.allbnUoe.
I will aoii si ancti I
iauf. aouiinaBciBa ai iu a (loci, m nt . ni
ernmvatbtablo. cornar of Pry or and LlBoatreetii
the following article of clolbn
121 pair Draaa Shunlder
t Hotplul Tents nni
It Common Tenu,
II Moaqnlio Bar,
67 Bed Bathe,
And miiT other artlclaa loo iiminmi Ia maa.
Terms caah Articles lo bo paid for nnd removed
on day of eale
Dy urder of Major General Meade
. II.. FAHHiVrORTH,
Brevet Certain and A. A. Q M , 0. 8. A , In
W. M. HILL. Auctioneer. mklHd
Economy Buttor Company
atk the attention of nil Intereetel In the redaction
of the extrnragant coat of BUTTER, to their prae.
Ileal and economical eyalem of making pure prime
BUTTER by tbe aid of the
EXTRACT p BUTTER PLANT
Abrlefalloilon to ths origin oftblslin portent dli
novery insynot prov nnlnlsreatlng Among the
authenticated records of th renowned Captain
Cook's voyngn around the world, la found tbe
etatemeat that while aojonmlag fo n short
time on the Bratltlae Coatt of South A me lira
be obaerved tbe natlvee nalug, la the prepare,
ton of their fooj, a patellar oil, which, npoa
esamlnstlon, he found lopoaaee the appea ranee,
Utte, and flavor of Batter) noon farther Inquiry,
however, be n-certatned that It wat -Ira ply a sub.
atance that the native diatllled In a cmJe nnd In
perfect manatr, from n rich and lutnrlanl plant
that grew epoBlaaeontly and abundantly la Ihnl
warm tropical country. A few yearn nge, nn emi
nent French chemlit, while oa n prufeaaloaal vltlt
0 tbe tropica, made numerona expcrlmenle with
Ihla remarkable production of nature, nnd tne
ceeded In extracting a concenlrated neaence of the
plant The formula for It preparation, nnd tho
SOLE BIO OT for Hi aale In tble country are the
victual ve property or Ibla Compsny, by whom It
was pnrcbaaed from Ihs original dlaeoverer We
claim for Ibla remark nbltfy el aim pie nnd perfectly
1 Thai by Ha nee n net gain of frum Of.y lo twn
hundred per cent I made In tbe manu'aelur
3. That Butter which from age or wha ever eauae
may be strong, raneld, Hreakod, or euaree
grained, tod comparatively uteltn for general
ut , by tbe nld of tbla Extract, ta reatored t ,
ttaorlglnalfrethneasnndaweelneaa, Sue. grain
nnd even color.
S Bythsuaeor thla Extract, one pound of dell
clone, freah Butler la actually made from on
pint of milk,
4 That a pure aad excellent table Butter can be
made, nt s coal of from 13 toSOoentaper ponnd
Tha chief expeoae wherein being Batter, which
A. That Butter manufactured by ihs aid of thl Ei
tract Ie equal In every respect to Ihs beet But
ter mads by the ordinary method
o. Tbe Extract after thorongh naalyalt, by able
chemletc, le prouonaoed perfectly free frm
any deleterious aubatasce, the Ingredient
being purely of n vegetable nature
7 Inproor of Ibe foregoing aamtlnae tha factory
ofthlaompany la making one ton of Butter
per dar. which meets with ready aale In lbs
New York market, nnd Ie costumed from
the tab! of the Orel hotel, reataurante and
private families In tbla city and eleewhere
A sample package of the EXTRACT, (aQncleul
tomakoftOpoandaor Uult-r.) with foil direction
for nee, will be teal toauynddreaa on Ibe receipt
CAUTION -At all article, of rtal merit nre tob.
Ject to epnrlous Imitation, we would specially
caution Ih public agalatl couuter'elle and worth.
let imltatlune, advertised aapowdere.ooin poo ndt,
Ae , as the Extract of the Butter f Uot I prepared
and aold only by
TUB ECONOMY BUTTER COMPANY,
Orrici m Lincarr et aur
Facronr. SMOsssxwicasrBBar. Haw Yn.
Stale, County and City Right fur aale, offering
package, teat to aay ad Jrea No faruar ebould
than that of t rich yiHow,
11ALTIHOB1 LOOK UCI1P1TA
f Kg OMtt 'LACI WIRC A COBE CAB
PMdr sad oilr elfWiaal remedy ZVaS.
noa bi ibb n ! 3 "'"TU ..?."""..;-.
cbsrsee. Impowncy. uenerai youTt
cbsriee. impoMier. uenermi '"""'..r,'"
in, Byepepeln. tssMor. Low BPn?
f-.Toe of IdVaV-Pallut)oaof he 8 earl. Tim
TremkUsf pimneaa of Rlshlor tJIs"
roat, floieornKiB, '-
from tbe Solitary Unblta o lonth
spnetallr. who have bwonH lb victim" i of lojU
tarf Vie, thai ireadrnl and declrBoilf e h"bli,
whlci laannallTeweepi to an ooilmtli ; ihou
eendi of j oa ee ol the mom sxsHbJ talents nnd
t,rtlllsnntilBt, who mlcht .9"lKJiVfVK
wak-of ! twlntj the Ilvtof ly. m
call wlih foil coSflJBM
Harried rerioae. or ryn f sontemplallM
'"i wh . PlaVeellmlf ander the earn of jtr J
mar Mlton.! tWeonble ioBora-a .BtU:
n..f ... ssa..iiT "if "i" ' - --.
'"" OE01IIIC WBAKHMS
IDT 1UB fJVslsH. w. iiui-iv!-. " t -
!t,nin .r. loa M lo ...rnimi ..m.tr.nf
iiV.rnV.VVv.V. ir rtiUTiTiy.tfy.Vp.'avjr.i
pllltloVof the Tileart, Indlcilun, . nai tutWaa
Debility" Waatln of the Frame, Coniba, Gun
snmptioB, J .,.,. nDtntmrir btriet.
I.r Vh.ad tUe aulei from Balilmnre atrret. a few
df?omtnrn?r Fall not to ob-err. name
' jLflR Witr. receUed nnl... poatrali J ";
.lalai a eUian lo ba aaed ontho rrplr, feraone
;rmBth7X.uteae.aud .and portion of ad.
..(,,. . ,k. rr.l Collrs. of Bnrf ..... rondo..
IW'SW-IK'.. I lit. rri.r r.rl ..( whu .
U'..".!....?' 'A.I rl4wsrrr. h.. .B.tlrd
. ibe butpl
MB. vf Ih.noM ..w.l.hl.f.'
k..w. .. ir..bld wlifa I
knowBi av troubled wllb ri.. .,, betas
and ear when atievp, fnnl p;l w " ta fra"
alarmed ntanddeneonndai tMbroineaj. ;u "
quaatblnahlaa- aiteadede meilniM wlthn ""'"
menint tne mine.wrrnrrj ii-i,",ri
t,KI 1-ABTIl.ULSIl Millet
Dr 1 3Ir..lTllo-wb ""l".'?','1!;
wbl.k r.l. Mb bl .d lid u.aul.l lrm Iir
.llh.rbo.ri.. ...ludr.Kl.ir ora.rrl.s.
Th. .r. - of lb. ..J . i l.sbl)r
J lb. Uuk ad llmbr. r. I. lb. llr. . Ji
mi of Slsbl, Lo ol iitll.r I '.;,' Inl .11..
of lb. IU.ri;ilJlP"l. a"i '" .A..V.1 lit.
r..t.n..l of lb. bit ..Iir. fooeilon., u.s.r.1 1-
,nou.-B.r.A-. ---- --... , .
eyea, ouf n, ana gu llr.a
fotal aptly that ay not n
eonntrr. ibs pride r hie wi ,atltV
aaatrkae fro id ml prowecta arnf ea llhVJ.L . I
br Iheeonaeouaece uf daVlaUaf rB'llL,'l!ll'f,1U. It
aaler aad Iada'af la a eei'ain eret h iblt
hncn peveon. ."f.--. -
relect thai e anaad mind and bad y a (". ?"'
ceryraiittaliaetopromoUeoaaania. pPin' .',
flacllaai Ibat tha hanrdai
btlfbied wtlh thelrown --,,
When the mlai-ulded aad luprodaul vvta. '.'.'
pleaenr fled ha ba liuhlbod ihj mJi uf '
painful dlaeaa. It too oliea bapp-u that an
limed aeaao of ahame. urdn-ad of dlcuvery, dl r
h as from applylei to thjae who frum vdorwlirt. '
and reapacUblhtv, can nlune bUrl-tid btoi He
fallelntothebandaof tsuranlad ! Bnlns pretend!-,
who. Incapable or carina:, flfcu h v-m
nlary ubatanre, keep him trlflinn wwuU. nr
nonih.or a luac aa the ainallr-ai let can b-uu-talLed,
ad ta despair leave hhu wlli rulnad
health 1 1 alf h uver btegalllag dlapp Inliu-ut i or.
by tbeaeeofthatd'Mdlrputaun, Marcnry. bt;u
tha conatitultoual aympiotna nf thl. territH die
MM. euch at Affection of llw Head, Tl.rui, Nu-a,
hkla.Ae ,proxreaatn( with fntbitul rapid iy rill
death pnu a period lu hiadre-iful antfriuK by
eendlnt hlra to tbnt nadlatovoied c uniry frum
Whoee bourne nrttiatelarraturna
EflUOKSEMK.NT OF Ut, V.1Ik .. -i
Th many thooanade cured et III Inatllutlun
wr.nluiliefaaleUblavnv.er. aid the onimrune
tunlcalOperatlMua parfuru.ai b) Dr Juhit.toD.
wltad by the rrHiriii of lh eun, as
many crther pnpera. nitlce if w Men mpM'"
Bfala nad again bafure lha pub I c, livatdr- hl
aiaadlas u a gentleman of t..ar,eir a war ul
blllir, taaaufle niiairitii-i i Hi- a H (
'iKI DISBAStd Pf BHILV CO HhD
Peraona writing bonllba a i ular 'n direct
iealaelrlfUer lu hit la.tl u . tb- I L .wing
manneri JOIIN sf '( lP '.' '.
JaS-ly liiltlwur, Xaryla id
A certain, reliable, aad teedr core uf Khan nl
lent, Neuralgia, Ueadacbe, Toulbacke, Pi in
the Side, Breast, or Back t Part 11 Uvfusi
Mothere will Bad It an Invaluable Filend fur akod
Breast Certain Cnre fer Chilblain, Troua reet.
Cats, Burns, Brnlaea, Scalds, Spralne ur atralna,
or say local acheeor palaeoftheNervouior Hue-
will not fall to tftctwllv cure all tbe dlaoAten
enumerated above, no matter of bow long stand'
III, provided the patient le not hupoleealy bed
tidden. One nppllcatloa will oflau cere th wortt
eases of Neuralgia or Rheumatlaia, and In til
It will give laatant reller
From the unbounded ooaldence la his Lu tlon.
nnd the perfect nnd thorough knowledge of It
power to Cure Ihs dlseaaea named, H It does no
give entire aatlafactlon, after n fair and propar
trial, I pledge myself to refund tb money received
tlon, hsvlag obtained the reelp from nn old Indian
after having trnvnled among the red wen for eev
After having performed nt leatt om hundrtJ
enact wondm-ful taras of Bhesmallau, Neuralgia,
ht 4. , I have been Induced by my friend to
pnl It before the public, nnd i now make thlt prop
osition, That In any cat of Sick or Nervons Headache o
Toothache, ahonld I fall to cue la from two to nre
mlautce with my Alt-Healing Lotion, 1 will forfeit
th asm of Avs dollars.
Dn Dissoca conld add numerona certificates of
wonderful enrne of th disease stated above,
which be deems nnneoettaiy to append, excepting
a few from persons of well known Integrity
On bottle of this Lotion will eerv to convince
anyprton, who will flv It n fair trial, of iu a
potior medical virtue t
WASRinoron, D. 0, July 8,1867
Dn. H A EBOOn.-Diar Strt After enfferlng
with au acute attack of Rheumatism for neveral
weeks, aad trying everything within my reach
no aval!, hearing of your AU-Ueallng Lotion,
waa Induced to try a bottle, nnd, ,1 am happy to
ssy, after two spplisallone, I was well enough lo
go to my bmlneec, which I have not done for tv
nraldaye Tourobedloalscrvast, JAS A OREER,
JCo. 06 Steond Strut, bettotm Maitachuirtti At
UU4 and Q Strtft, Watktngto, D O
Dn, Has sous! I cheerfully add my teatlinuay to
the Stacy of yonr Invaluable Lotion I have had
occasion to aa It In rayramUyfur tb relief of
Neuralgia and Nervons Headache, and huva found
II lo effect aa almoat luelanlaneout cure I regard
II ns being the beet preparation for tbaabuvesf
fictions that I have evor tried
A M NOTE.
OJIe4 tfattonml IntilUffinetr, Wathinqton, I) C
InDiAnA.IsbUSACo , Pa , Sept 11,11
Dn IlAssocn Dar Bin I take plraaure In
certifying that I have o.ed your Alt'Ilrallng Lu.
Hoe Torn chronic etlff arm that I hid not been able
to naa freely fur Svs yesra. In consequence of be
log thrown from a horae, nod, after trying all tie
doctors fa this town, nnd treading nonrly three
hundred doll are, without avail, I wae Induced to
try yonr preparation, which has given me llo
entire uteef rny arm, after ntlng two bottle uuly
Peraona wlahtug lo 'atlify thetaatlve fartUr
may do so by calling on me
Mai Strut, hmt tK RatlruaJ, ,ffUWfl H,
ana Vo , ra
llAusaiTOWs, Mo , April 2. 1M1
Da Hinnota Dtar Strt For tbe benefit of the
anlcled, permit m to add my bumble leeilinuuy
loth value of your All Healing Lotion In curing
Deafness canted frum alterations of the eecreiiuoa
loth head, which waa my cat In Ibe fall of
IMS I noticed that my bearing waa becoming sutuc
what Impaired, as I thought, from cold, aud he, I
growing griduslly worie, notwltbitaudfng I had
Iho best medical attendance to be Lid In this i Uie
I became hopeleasly deaf, and detpnlred uf ever
hoerluf a sound When you visited our town, 1
was told thai yon profeaaed lo cure Deafaoa, nod
I resolved to try your medicine, nnd, I am bappr
to any, nfternaJng one bottle, according to your
directions, I waa entirely restored loioy bcarlig,
ne hundred In tbla neighborhood can le.tlfy
Tosrt, reepectrnllr R W TICK
Waibijiutu", D C
Dr HAnnooai Permit me to louder you vn alu
cere ihnnka for tbe extraordinary care jour All
Healing Lotion bae performed
For several years I have been afflicted with ibe
Neuralgia, with but temporary relief fium (bed c
tore I had glvin up ever recovering, until I irteJ
your AH'Heallng Lotion, wbtcb, Id f mr wctka
prooncea a cmpiaiecure
Tour obedient aarvant.
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ordere, either fur agenelea or for liuiutdl te
dodiu am Boareaaea to the manitraiturer
wunarti iiAituuUit, llinnfactarer,
SeOOBd alrcat waal bt !( .. j(1
street norlh, WaahlBglon, D C
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whohavelslnredlbe.clv" or a wn P""'
frompvllcompanleae. ot at "B'WJ "r" j,!
which are niebtly felt, ovaa when aeleep. nndir
Tot cured reader "nnnliw ,r:-'n,i,fmm.
etrorebotb mind aad body-nh-'nld apply trarae