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IJlbss Hon for what yon hare, and trust
him Ior what yon want.
Oongke bird their food, bnl they most
fly for ft.
Eritnnnrco we add to our knowledge
odds to our means of useful net.
Lire tfoomel useless and Insipid when wa
have no l4igcr cither friend or enemies.
Tnana are mora tlrtlm lo error com
mitted bT soclctr Usclf Utan society suppose.
flora your thought when alone, tad
your tongue while In company.
W should think Wm o( what we are U Ihe
ilewof others, than of what we are In the
vlow of find.
No ci orn can ore rsh-vlow a Christian boi
the, rye of hki faith will discern a rainbow
Wkrs CTcry dew-drop a diamond, emy
atom a world, and cicry world filled wllU
cold, all would not satisfy Uiq liotradlcs. do
sire of the wul.
Maoic or a WOBti.MoUer Is a word to
wlikti CTcry bosom respond. It finds, lu
way to our heart In our youth, and retains
Its hold nponua In our ago. If lathers are
looked lip to for precept, principle and
ample, mothers are relied on for tenderness
and enduring affection. Father are strong
hold of protcctlnnj mothers are sources of
lore and consolation. The word mother Is M
a soft, balmy lirccxo coming nn from the
valley, sweet, soothing and grateful, cooling
the fevered brow, calming the ruffled tplrtl,
and irannnllllxlng the agitated heart. What
toIoo was ever like the tender, soft voice of
CniuLea Dici.bkb Last Lxttih Mr.
Dickens loot letter was addressed to his roe
at Cambridge, bnl the following was wrlttca
on Uioday ol hi sclxura with apoplexy)
.... WRiwaif,JILl7il, I
TttJt Rim II wnntd b qnlM IsenttMlTftbU to tiw
bltnryoar Utu that aaj rtMuniubU rsaalar could
fnmmHAj atUon Oerlptaral nftrfsrf lo kt Is
book af mint, lp reducing a msch-abnsad JincUl fignr
Df PMh. InprMMil lnt stl surta ft anmaa. all
anvlaa !Miirrrit neeaainu wlthoo.1 ths lalataa
cnaselloa nfl. with Its MVrlnaJ mmrrm. I am tratjr
hiuM t flwut tHat aaw -- ua ull Uia aaialaha.
I hav Uwin strl,, l mw trriuaa to siprwaa
foal It tM bMna I rawreta that Mat for Mr ehll-
MHtUd to tuani km bvfnr Uiar anwlt aJ kJmojt
u anna m Uiar eu "lk L" ' b,T Brsr "
FftlUttnUy jo OMAEUtS Dkt(.
Tni Wkmiy Hidib.-U tho Methodlr
ramp meeting htld at HuaUton, Msm., Iter
Win, F Boulcof New York, In aUUf ad
drew, loaned to the president for tho iieo(
the taiup im-tlnp, tlie am lent copy of the
lUble ukhI hy SAinurl Wcxley aitd hi mo, thu
founiter of MethoJIum, John Wesley Tlic
volume in a folio pulpit BIMr, and lined In the
( hiirch of Fpnorth, In Kniclaml, of whhh
Samuel Wesley was mtor, and afterward hy
JiU son, Jolm Wtsley, who orcaslitually
rireftrhoil them. It wu tho jmlplt BIMo from
retttoir.tft. It was cli en oy the chnrch U
Iter ItoU'rt AUim, who U still living In Corn
wall, Kngtand. He gaTe H to Mrs. Pmlth,
the yoiiutl diiuithtcr of Dr. Adam Clark
Hho sxtld It to Mr. tloorfre J, Stephenson, wlto
Is known as the Methodist antlnnarlan, wlto
sold It through rbllln niIUIt toUr. Iloole.
wliols the prtvent o ner of tha intending
nmi iiuukixo nuc.
Clou is I.OYE. This fact Is eTerywhere evi
dent In nature. The little streamh t winding
orcr hill and through valley speaks to tu In
tab! Jin 'tmcu. "Oodll Iotc" The lofty trees
of tlie forest, swayed to and fro hy tho Lord of
the winds, proclaim In piercing tones, "Qod
Isloe The bird soaring; through the air
and anon lighting on somo tree-toii, warble
forth In kU swM-U-st nou, "tlotl Is love,"
A passing cloud, whhh lor a moment ob
scures the sun, seemingly eoim-s hut to tell
us " God Is love, The rahrhty ocean, with
lu 1oam-crestcd billows, eielaltiu In tnnn m
Uiunder, "OodU hvrc' And every leaf nd
blade of grass Joins with every voice of na
ture In sho itlng, M Ooil Is love." And echo
miawers, "ituu is iovo
"Look," said tho amljossailor of France to
the Spanish ambassador as he took him Into
the ranch king's treasury, "Look at my mas
ter's r4d, how rkh lie I Ibe SpanUh am
liassador UMik his walklng-stUlc, ami hecan
Ui thrust It down Into tha bags and Into the
money chest "Whaldn yuu do that fo-f"
said tho Frenchman. 'l waut lo see If there
Is a tiotUtlu to IL" said hr. lt uLl it.
8trilard, "but my master's tieasury has no
iMrttntn, loshehas nil tho mlns of Mexico
and rcroV Now, what tho Staiilard sold
liooitUully we say truthfully. Tho treasury
of our (M Is wUhut a Iwttom, It Is Uthoui
less; and w hlle you can hear (lod say to you.
1 am uiy uoii, you may laugh at iuurr
" - s at.HHttl'n huU tam'. nT
you sti tacit no c.khI thUwr r fU "-
satlsnd u with marrow amt MttioM, and tour
mouth shall praise hhu as with joyful lip.
Kich ai Took Datnd Toorrma You
rememlcr tlie tvnehlng story of the daughter
of Sir Itobcrt TetL Ilerfather gave her, a
a birthday present, a gorgrons riding habit,
and weut out with her on the someday for
an airing In the park, his heart swelling
with itarrntal nrldo as ha rods hv hnr s!Ia.
Shortly afterwards sho sickened and died of
lypiiu icver 01 uio most mauaant typtn and
when iunutrr was mada as in how aL hail
caught the lo feet Ion It was discovered that
the haML Mugbt froinonoof ilia London
Westcnd tradesmen, had boon mad In a
mlwrablo attic, where the hmOnd of the
scamstnss v.as lying III of fetcr, and that It
had been used by her U cover him In his
shlvrrlug ftu. Thus, whether wa will belke
It or tiot. the Safltvof Oi liLrtiMt U lnum.l
up with tha condition ol tholowest; aru If
we neglect ineir material, moral and spirit
ual interests there wilt ume a dreadful
Ncmctd lo mark thu divine displeasure In our
conduct, aud we may inreche our guilt all
too late, w ben the ast ttmj-Io of our llbertb s
1 ouuimeMiiutMiti nrwk and ruMiish.
lit. W, A', Taylur.
Tng KMr-rr Cmwe Tho dentli of a
little child U lo Uio mother's heart like dew
on a plant from width u bud has jcrUhod
Tho plant lifts uplU head lu freshened grrtti
ness to thu morning light, so Uto mother's
soul gathers from the dark and sorrow
ttu-oughwhUhsho has passed a f rcIi bright
cuing of hi r heavenly ho;' U he licnds
our thetinty irodlc. and In fancy brings
her sweet Iritunt iTfore her, n rav of dliluo
tight Is on hur 4 Iicrnb face. It Is fier wn still
but illi Uio seal of Immortality on his brow!
he fet Is that hem en was the only atmos
phere where herprnlttus flower could not ro
(ull the lost, Ilutllio anniversary of his do
j.arturo seems U bring hU splrltnal present
mar her Mho indulge In that tender grlrf
whhh stMithts llkuan oplatrf In pain, all her
iuagtand csroof IK.-. The world lo Iwr
Is no longer filled with a human Inn and
hopo In tha futore, so glorious w 1th heavenly
Imaandjoy, kholnu treasures ol happiness
whUhUiu worldly, uneliastraed leart neter
ncAd Tlie l.rlglil fresh flowers with
wbuhshedccoratMlljrr rttoiu. ih apartment
where the lulaut died, aru rmlJems of the far
I'rlghUr hopes uow drawing ou Ier dsy
dreaui Bhe tldnks of the glory and leatity
pf UiuNcw Jtrusalem. Ami tha knows I. r
lufant li there, lu thtit world id etemal bliss
r'lio has marked tmu piiMugti In that hook
to her emphatlealljrtUtt Word of Ufe now
litng iltNted on thu tollttlo tabic, nhlihslio
tUlly reads, -Stiller Utile (Mtdren, ami for
I Id them not, to come, uutn Me, fur ot such Is
tha Kingdom of Heuun."
SiiiruTiiTjioiioflTfl.- Many and UtrllUng
are thu associations hkh tho weekly recur
rence of tho dabbath brings. Tlie sun of a
Sabbath vtorn first lml light on a finished
creatlov Wlicn tho cartli flood out a com.
I tele and lu tdy Uitng 1fore IU Maker; when
Kdn bloomed a little heaven Ivlow, and man,
with puro aud lofty spirit, Ihcd In lu bowcrsi
ere yet tlie trail of tke scnnt was onr all,
"(Kl blcsjud the seventh dsy nod sanctified
It The lcams ot a Sablaih tunru first shed
tii;htoii a ransODiul creatltm. Then It was
that Uto L'aptolu of our saUaUnn, having
baulwl with death In his own lark domain
Khtv cred his fctkTs, rose a vlelor from Die tomb,
hiHjp'MiyrapUie, aud gave gifts tmto intn;
t that now, instead of the woe aud shame
-In had entailed upou the fallen, there Is prof
b r d to tbiiii tho beauty or the hrlghtocwi
ol a iurt hosed iuimortality. The iablaUi U
atjix. andtelUof Uialrost whUh rcnialncth
to tb v lo of flod 4t that hour when tho
C hrUlun 1 ligrlm shall terminate bis long and
toilsome marth thnuigk the wilderness,
and iross u, ihrcthola of his -FatheTs
homo when ib Christian niarloer shall
hi urn over Ihu BBt .aM i.m 1
inur thouealredha-un- when Uio eoMIcr of
: r,..,"7::",s,.ivjj jirtwev the
... ...uNtniRu, indetxii.ientl
Bihlays4hui4,th "Ugha" MUe, one 'u
I,. hoiiwulrtronuU.nIlU U.o Rr.ir. ol &,
kliulnj, dBrotlooX li.(ijr iml 4)h It ,,
m Ii Ihtl llio nn I, on M. ",,
i .ini Lo line, nol u I.U Uio M, ,iS, ,
iim ilmm.nl on cwtll-lt ianm.1 boil,,;
hu I. ui lira ii rrruUnr nvmla' wl. ..n . "!
llio Sabbath . di IWit, 111, UnU nl tho I iifd
: - wj. ire him no. nwm tii in
rl.jtiiutor 6( rcllnlmia Mng, who allnw. .
nUmi hour, In iIMa w.y without mi i,
m uiH grander bssocUU'hws ilfro u ininh!
iituih of s:iry, miuli of ph VS make, tha
hitl-bailiusrln a L hrlstmaV so n,? "JJJ
UwlMalfthaaetrcii" 1 ko ItuagL 1 u j
haired slni. tlMt fatnlU i.,i- il... ..lrraj
THK (.AMI TESTKBPAT.
The lerlllef Halt Betssea the 5lUl vi,
Vtrisrj frr Iks HsUMsh-Kcec IS U li.
The deciding game lwtweenthe NatV)na
and Olympic Base Ball Clnbsof this city tooli
nlacfl vesteraav nn the Olvmnlo trrounds III
the presence ot probaUr tho largest aodlence'
that has heea wUnessod on the noUQeid til
this locality this season, and resulted in a M
rlstvw vVetory for tha Nationals, much io the
dtscomfltare of ihetr opponents, who were sd
rare of victory as lo be loud In their oners to
wager odds on Ibelx ability to Mlax" the Na
tloualboy. ItUlrne that they wrresliort
two men, McLean and "Holly, yet the ana
lyris ot the frame will show that KuIp and
Young did aa well as any of the other pJ-Jtrs
and lite loss ot the 'regulars"was hardly lelU
The came throughout, although at times ex
vtons dlsplars of either, and the loose leldr
ngOTI DOin llllt WS 11UUIU1 w n)M-rw,
Tiiaiwo nine came on the ground about
S 90 o'clock, but three-quarters of an bout
was spcut la haggling" about an umpl.-rl
It Is to bo hoped that U ever these two nines
appear again together mat tna qoesiioa 01
tlie umpire will Co decided before the Held U
taken. Aa It was yesterday tha Immense an
dience was kept watting beneath, the rays ot
a scorching sun for over halt an hour while
tha rantains and ir onas 01 we rraiwcwf
uloe4 were discussing the merits-f UU r
mat genucman. iinauy, ue.iaoiiocK, .iin
Joveo. of the Jefferson rlnb. was prevailed
upon lo strve, and game was caned, with the
utympics ai ura oat.
AlfSI ismWWt-4ilWKJ, WO urst twikcr.
drore ft Itot baU over the ccotre fielder's head
l.r tiiH hni. Ynainir aent him bonut and
went to second on una nan m ngiu acta, ana
then to third on a pass ball. Force out at the
Orel by Hoy and Conghlln. Hurley strurk
nnt RiirriMifirlia sent Yotinir home and made
his first bog 1 ftole the second. Leech sent
him In and made second. Kulp taken on tho
By by nay -a runs.
Studley. the Ant striker for tho Nationals,
battod well for one tur, and stoto to second,
ffolllngshead sent Irwlu home and maile hV
third. Conghlln captured on tha fir by Puree.
Hoy filed out to Umrotwha. Jl-4r !
out to SsVt- runs.
Xnvswi NNfnos-KwcIl passed It over Ufa
left field for a home run. ItoMnsoo. struck
nut Ulhucy captured on the fly by Hick.
Young mode UU bae ou a rtld throw W
Strcwig. Korea rcat tied his seeo id on a mls-
Iudgcu ay oy ciuuier. xouognome. tiur
ey out at the first by Ilolllngshcad and Oougtt
II a. Two mu.
Hicks hatted safely for his first and went to
third on E weirs poor throw to second, Strmfc
fouled out to EwiU. Glenn out at the first by
Hn-ler and Kuln. Hicks scoring, bhreve
tiattcif to left field for two bases; Studley sent
him In, and made Ids first and stole lo second.
Ilolllngshcad sent Studley home and made hi
first; Coughlln sent him to third, and made
second on hU hit. Hoy out at-tho first by
Ewell and Knln. Threa runA.
TAfnl nafN;s.-Bnrrougba fouled out to
HUksf Leech followed soltj Kulp tobk flrtt
on iiongee mniTi nweii lonica out to niron
Hodges hit safely for one bag; Hicks strmk
out ou bell called: Strom? sent HodirM la.
made second on bis hit and came home on
a wild throw) Olenn taken on the By by
Ewcll; Bhrere on the foul by EwclL Two
Fourth tninjs. Robinson out at tha first
by Bhreve and Conghlln; Glbney out on the
uj Hioirunn; louiig suhck mil. uoumi l.
Sludlcv drove it lo left field for two Itasca:
nolllngshead passed him to third and made
second Studley home on ft iass ball; Cough
Ma sent llolUngshead to third and made Ids
first, and stole to second; Hoy sent them both
home, and made his first, then to thlrtj on
KweJlewlld throw; Hodges taken on the fly
by Young; Hoy home. Hicks baited to left
field for one lg, and stole to second; Strong
struck out; CI lean sent a warm one out lo
Darr. and made his base: lllcks homri
Shreve to first on ItoMosou's maff; Clean
home; Stndley sent him In, and made his
second; llnUlngshcad made his third on a fly
ball rnnfl lty Uurroughs: Studlev hoiuct
Conghlln out on th fly by Young runs.
Vltanftj; rorce taken on the fly by
Hicks Horbly fouled out to Hicks. Bur
roughs hit a corker to left Udder, going oter
the fence for a home run. Leech filed out to
uicks. use ran.
Itoy drore a liner In Hurley, who lumped
and look it one-handed. Hudgua drove a
grounder for his first, and made second on an
ovcr-lhrow, HJcki out on the fly to Foroo.
Strong taken on the fly by Kulp. Round O.
thrth Innintjn. Kulp out at thtf first by
HolIIngihcad and Coughlln; Ewell hit tafaly
for onu bag; Koblnsoa passed him to second
and went to first; UlbnCy batted Robinson out
at tho second and went out himself, at first
-uwumo piay uj r-arcve, liouingsliead and
'TunaltoTweJi for two bases; rDirevusoni
fllenn home, made his first and stole second;
Studley sent him home and made his socoad
base; nolllngshead brought Studley home and
went to first, and then to second on ft pass
ball; Coughlln battod IloUlngshead home, and
was put out In running to third by Force and
doner; Hoy oat on the fly by Ewell; Hodges
made nls base on Hurley's wild throw; Hkks
taken on the fool bound by Glbney. Four
tktenth fHtJag, Young out on the fly by
Hoy, Force made hU second on a fly man
by Glenn. Hurley struck out Burroughs
flyod out to Hicks, who picked right oft the
bat. Round O.
Strong taken on the fly by Hurley. Glenn
drove it to left field for three bags. Shreve
to first and Glenn home on Burroughs mnff,
whkh tho latter tried to claim as any. Stud
ley sent Hhme in and made the one base;
tlten to third ou a poor throw by EwolL
I lolllngshead out on the fly to EwelL Cough
llu out at the first by Force and Kulp. Two
error, aod stole second. Kulp taken on the Ir
by Studley. Ewell made his base on finreve s
t rror, and lck home on poor throwing.
Robinson out at the first by llolllngihcad and
Coughlln. Glbney put safuly lor hi first;
Young paused him along, and made first 00
Sjrtng's error. Force brought them hot h In
and made ItU first. Henderson passed him
along one bag. Burroughs flew out to lllcks
Hoy out at the first by Force and Kulo.
ntNlgra iMit on a fsnl to Ewtll. HkVj batted
to left fhldforlwo liases. Strutur taken on
thu fly by Hurley. Round O.
ittAVt inmngmuotxa lotucaout to mess.
Kulp hatted well fur two basca. Kwell sent
hint houiti aod mada the first, then to second.
on ft pass baU. Robinson stnt htm home
ami raaue nrst, turn now seenno. in one j
scut home and mode the first; Young passed
1dm to third and made second. Force taken
on the fly by Glenn; Gtbuey home. Hurley
uocn on uio ay oj Jiouingsncaa- ruus.
Glenn out at Ihe first by Force and Kulp.
Shrtre taken on tlie fly by Ltch. Studley
Itatiul safely for his first. noUlngithad made
bis baaa on itoblnson'a muff, and both he and
Studley coming In on wild throwing. CongU-
iiujc tmi, at mo urvt vj iiuriuv suu aiuis
closing Ums ganM In favor ol tha Nationals by
Tho following Is our
arsuata or thi ami i
vATunuim o. a. oLvuria o, a.
fttiiay,.t a inibMr,iIHH, t s
(inucbhs, 1 b..
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Fly LalU cntight Nationals fltn J ley I,
1-11 Olyinplca Young 8, Forced, Hurley
3, BurrouglisVLecthl.KuIpI. Ewell -!
Fly ImUU tnUmd Hodges f, Glenn 1, Bar
roughs 'J, Robinson 8.
Fotdlllsraught-H1iks4, Btruoic 1, Oil.
ney 1, Kwell 3.
Base on hit National 3. ttincs, Otymplolt
Dal on baseaNatloual 7 times, Olympic 7
Left on bane National 7 times, Olympic 7
Total bases ou hits- Natloaal 84, Olympic
Hinnk ouU-Ilicks, Strong, Young, Hur
ley t, ami Itoblnson,
uouble play Shrere, Holllngshead, and
Home runs - Hitrroughs I, Ewell 1.
J tails called- Hoy SO, Loth 14.
l'assed balls- Hicks 8. Ewell a.
Time of game 8 hours and 15 mUmtof,
Umpire Mr. Goorgo Joyce, of Jsffcrtun
Scoron Slcesrs. Miller and Volts.
fiamoira IiXMiua or a Miuk or Com
Gasssv a goou deal oi imiuiry was oroa
slMiod yesteAIay by pedestrians and rithers
soelnf tha carriage-way on K street blocked
at tne ju actions oi diiui ana ocrcniu sira u.
It snou Oceania nubile, howerer. that It was
done by order of (he Mayor la conseuaence pf
the serious lltnesa of Hon, D. Heaton. Renro
scntathe from North Carolina, who lies dair
gerously UI In the bLxk, and who has boea
cruaiiy umiunieo oy mo rumuung oi veiucies.
V ifeaton itUl lies In ft critical condition.
Urv Dr. Bapiton will hereafter nreaeh
moruliKB unj f venUigs to the united rvugro
gallons 1 1 the Assembly fhurth and Central
tongreganonai chnrclv corner of Fifth and I
trett. f h sennon for to-morrow mornieg
will I from ua taxi, "Tlie jiower of an end
less life i Tbe u are free, and Urn jHiblle
AlfHtTAl. COHHISCBMRlt OT EmIRSOU N-
stitoti. The commodious Lincoln hall was
filled yesterday morning by a very select au
dience of our best citizens, assembled to bo
pleased wltnesscf ot tna ceremonies attendant
upon the eighteenth annual commencement
of Emerson Institute, of which Charles B.
Young, q., ,1s principal. Mr Young has ac
quired an enviable reputation lo this vicinity
m an Instructor nt youth, and the fact that
bis scholars are tha children ot our most re
spected citizens Is an evidence that his efforts
are appreciated. The exercises yesterday
were very Interesting, consisting of music,
Yocal and Instrumental, by the puptu, original
addresses, acclamation ana uiaioguo.
ins nrrarramma was as luuowii
Salutatory, (original.) Walter B. Terry; Oratf
tan a repiy to iwr
Cain, Tracy DeamMlsadrentun at
W1UU Uaxwolh La Rol dlvetoL Jennl
Who Oaroetti Speech of Sergeant Butfua,
Kenyon Cati Our, School. Elson B. Olds
Music. The Taurrs Drlvo, Waltei A. Oalti
l Itlmfwlfdta. Wank HartlTi And Theni
Charles Bum La Loop ct TAtocaa, MotiU
liaar; now tne uooa newtwis onwnt mmi
Ghent, John IVdrkkr Maclalne'e Child, 8.
Allen Uyatt OnlktardtlieCninberland, Harry
IL. vvwara. music, iateoi it -rossam, iir
. rn. nvtrintwMia tih J mwin Wllsoni
TtieDog and the IU en, Chas. t. Teiuiobakeri
fkA RfMetra II r. Jnmlnm Wise Oarncttl The
lung oi lAinaiarK luue. iiiuwi'riifl,r
bus Ward Among the Shakers, Bertram Zev
rlyi Thenreman,thaA.F.Bergmann. Music,
Debolei Suojcct, 'Are the mental capacities
of CM sie e-ioalf; participated la by ft
number ot poplK and finally decided In the
affirmative. MnsTc. Tho Tollsh Rot, H.
H Herrmann. 9. The Poet's MJserkw, Ehea
Maynadicr. S. L'Anon, Bertram Zerdy. 4.
Tho Angels of BucnaMsla, C Urennetakor.
X Chretien Mourant, Harry Brown, ft. The
tir. John If. Yotansr. 7. Dlaloano. (Trench.)
Cbaai Aleraader, II. K. Davis, W. II.8.Uy
mcr. Music. 8. The Dishonest IVUtlrlan,
KudoIit Kannmann. v. vnnetios Apotogy,
WaTCrly D. Drlnkard. 10. The Iosl Steam
shlu, A- Clark Patterson. 11. Meagher's Do
femi, Richard D. Porter. 19. Death of Min
nehaha, Harry Brown. 18. Kgrptlan Debata,
Bertram Zevclyi Yelterton I1. Uarnelt. 11.
ifiMtn W. It. H. Clvmer. Mnslo. IS. The
Diver, Chas. D. Fowler. 18. Wcbeter's Ro
piy to llftyna, Wra. S. BUtkney. IT. The
Skeleton In Armor, Harry K. lals, 18. My
jjortl Tomooujy, r. raracriago. tw. tou
Drummer's Bride, Walter 8. IVrry. 30. sJo
dlciory, (original,) Henry II, Bergmani!.
The distribution of medals thn look place,
at follow si
list or Awaaua,
Henlnr Clasa Ilurtsrr Emrilsh Dcpartme'nl--
Lowta F. Chew aud Henry H. Bergmann,
rrailuates, first tionor nKdaC
Frank Iwls, medal; Seymour Tuiloek, second
prlxo; Charles Aleiander. Charles A, Ball, kr
Oost A. Lafflcr. t'harlea D. Pennlbakcr.
1 hasa bovs were candidates for the medal ti
aCOmpeilUTe ininiwi. iw ivr)ianr
taallty-J. Edwin W lln. Charles Aspcr, F.
Brant Calkin, Richard 8. Porter, Charles
. ... ..! K.J.l .
Bchalcr, juwara ctetiwagcn, csinnei est-
Classical Department, Senior Class- Wa
verly D. Drlnkard, first honor medal) Walur
8. lVrry. scholarship medal: Wll'Iam S.SUck-
log, ccruacaterH.promotca to wnaurcu nass.
Viavicai uepaniwcut miuuio iuw m
B. 8. Clymer, II. E. IavH P, l'arkcr Pagt,
roetlals for aeholarshlp, promoted to senior
class; Eben Magruder, Chas. I). Fowler. C
T. Hoorer.'NYm. J. WW, honorable mentloo,
Banucl WeatcoU, Frank fllbson. Ywlhlng
ton McColloch, certificates classical depart
ment; Albert G. Bates, promoted to middle
class, higher English department, with honor
Junior Class Frank Hartley, Jennlngii W ,
fiarnett, Harry B. Brown, didward Burchcll,
Thoa. Y. Shafer, Samnel C Wilson, Bertram
?..i. mulkl rpailinlarshlnandnunctualUri
Harry K. Wlllard, Kdson B. Olds, Clinton
Adams, extraordinary mention for scholar
.hin, Jt.i.n liawes. A. C Patterson. Byron 8,
Adanut, honorable mention; Uuioton Mackalt.
it fiatM(l-Neat. Yelrcrton P. Gamctt. Saia 1
Stlnemeta, George Dunn, ccrtlflcale pro-
Two boj-s, A. K WlUard and Ed. B. Olds, are
auscnion aecwwntoi s'j'": ,, , .
Junior DeportmenU-11 MeilalHs
rvtiktn WMinnfl and Hall Lewis.
Tho foRowlng boys were subjected to' a
romiieUtlve examination for the modal men
tioned In the order of their mcrlti Charlie
t-ot. prize, uamuion iinims "" iwwrir(
Joey Chandler, W illle Maxwell, Harry WlUtfi,
Tiu. f.OLtvlnff Imjys deserve honorable men
tion for their high grade and gentlemanly do
pottmenti Samuel l7an. llarrey lage, (1-
son Colcgate, and. vviiuoonaw.
Second Class Medalists W TlUlo Tipton and
Albert Fowler. .,.,.,
The following lioys wcro also subjected Id a
COmpetUiveexammauon tor um mihmv uioua.1,
racDUonod lathe order of their merit! Charles
a the order oi tueir menu i uarics
for punctualltyi Charles Lcfilcr,
merman, medof U pnnctualttyi
icr, Harry Oaagcwcr, John Jtulr,
Burr, medal lor pun
Willi llanicr. llarrr
mA It. n. VI Jntinatnil.
lle loQowug boystn UiM class dnscrre'
feaar," JoniTEewC, Preston J ouSs, iiwdaTft?
punciuaiity; uwuuh x uuvi, mm .u,,,1
vtMifnajwi)rozst Imnroremcnt In Let-
UrWrltlnir.UarveTL.Pagc. Second Clasa-
Greatcst Improvement In Letter Writing,
VrMlnn It JnnM.
First Class In French Tlie medal was
Rw1 Ux ir. BL TiAvta. tha nrlzfl to Shubrlck
Clyner. In the iweond class Ue medal wu
awarded to W. J. Will, the prize to Frafck
Hartley. In tho third class tho medal to
Harrr Brown, the prlxa to In Uie
tonrth class tlie medal to Joseph Bryan, the
nrl t PHtnn Rmlth.
The departmeut of French Is lu charge of
the well-known ami popular instructor iu
French, Trot. Alfred Bon. Tlie exercise In
French reflected gt C"111 on hlm now"1
the rapid rtrocress hi mpiu nave mauo nnaer
hU lnalrurtlon. As mncli may be said of tlie
classes In Germau, which arc under the In
struction of Prof. John C. Sthaad, who
several rear taught ft prltate school lo tM
After the distribution of medals and prlxe
foracbolarshlp. th conunlttees appointed to
award the medals aad prizes lor spcaklhg
made their report. Tho committee on Uie
first port of tho programme were Iter, Dr,
Tador, Major Gtneral Dana, and llev. Vr.
Gibson. The first silver medal was awardW!
to Bertram Zcvely, the tcOund silver medal to
wnti Tlntnn. iIm third silver modal to Ken
yon Cox. Tho premium was awarded to
narvey rage. . , .
Tha Committee' on Ihe second part of the
programme were Bishop Plnckney, Professor
Marshall, First Assistant rustniasior General,
and Dr. Dean. They awarded the gold medal
to Harry Brown and tlie ailrcr modal to H.JE.
Davis. The modal for tb btt dctlamatlon
In French was awaroeato uenram MVtfy,
tha prize to Jennings Wise GarnctL
Wa havfl a word to ear attoul lids exbl
billon. The salutatory and all tlto spoechos
IQ pari BCCona OI wa programme -nrrv uein
ersil Tivth: older and more advanced pupIU.
They all gave evidences 9! the moot canful
tralntntr unfl mot a fW o them Clhtt-lted
histrionic talent of a rery high order. Tlie
salutatory was In the enr best taste, ajwl
both in comiMwltlon and delivery was coal
to anything we ever beard from a collage
graduate. It was spaaon oy waiter n. rerry.
wlm kImi smk " TIm Drummer s Bride. a
mikt (tlffleiiti niece, rsnuirlog not onlr
rhetorical but venlrlloiiulal abtluy. It wm
verr flnelv done. It it could not be fnllv
appreciated In so large a ball, where tlre
was necessarily a great deal of noise and
movement It rennlred absolute silence to
iH'rmlt the finer points o do urougnt out.
UUt in our juagiucn. uie two .mn. rciusis.'
MA hwoIim wrn "M lxtrd Tonunoddv
by P. Parker Pago, and "The Diver," Joy
('has. V. Fowhw. Tho; latter was a. wonder
f nl ninMt nt sell n p. and reyiolred an amount
of actual force to do It as It was done, that
wa did not think an' bow possessed. It was.
perhaps, the moat artistic performauee of fhe
Young Page spokeadmirahly. He U equally
good at the comic and the pathetic. The light
and snaoo 01 uu piocawasuiorouEuiysvuuict
and lis power and pathos f ulir brouirbt otiL.
He was evidently a favorite with the audleaco
a well as amoug hU fellows. Bui wo must
not oartlcularlza farther. On the whole, wo
never saw a better display of oratorical abil
ity liy a scnooi. au mat we nave sain 01 mm
salutatory we might repeat with equal trtth
of the valedictory, by If. B. Bcrguiann. This
young gentlcraau did not contend for the
modal yesterday, as he woo the modal two
years agot and Uuftcnstoraof the school not
tocouteat a second time after having been
successful once. His "Polish Boy" was ex
finitely rendered. We say nothing 01 luoaa
to whom the roramlltee awarded modal and
prtMM, as their merits were rendered apparent
We rcmemlKT ibis school when it first
starlod with a lew mMU. auuosl eurhtacn
jean ago, ami we almost enry the Pride and
iMoasure nnicu luepnnrinui must icci wqen
lie looks down on surii an audience as greeted
hlia vesterdav. We wanted to sneak of one
capital feature the music by the school but
we must forbear. The floral tributes to tho
young gentlemen from their fair friends were
aounuoni ana ueauuiui.
Electioh or OrncEM. J. F. Reynolds,
Post No. 0, Department of the t'oiomao. Grand
Army of the ltenubUc, on Wednesday eve
ning, June. 'i, 1M70, elected tlie following
ntlleersi F. H Suraguo, tommanderj George
W fleonm. H. V. eommaiiden C H.P.SLallev.
J. V commander; W. It. Swan, adjutant) W.
II. fiuuna, (lUMriTTiiiWrrri i. ( ouiiui, "r-
gcant majorf J. u uouguerty, rnapiaia; t
W, Sherwood, officer of tha dayi Rolart
!)oevcr, onloer f the guard.
How. turn. iV. TirroN, U si Lod Stalos Sen
ator Intra Nehrowkft, will loriaro In WaUgh
chapH, M. K. Churi h, CsplUt HiU. on Tues
day, July at 9 o'clot k, on tha " Llfs, cltar
Mttrafid sad late oUieRer Unam . tt
DtsTHinFTiOK or Manila AT St. Pa-Tan's
ScnooL. -SV rclcrs whool-houso was well
filled yesterday afternoon by many ladle and
gentlemen of But Washington to witness iho
annual distribution of premium to the schol
ars of St. Fetcr'a parochall school, Tnfl s
trlhullou was preceded by tha following tnt- r
estlng cxerciscst Entrance march, by Mb E.
Shcdd; Chornvly the rocal class; .Tdaya of
msnoot iwy s lriDunsjj' "jiaaam X'atarais
Will, and r'Qneen of Nstnrei" followed by a
Toeal duett byMtssc E. Shedd and E. Waters.
Iter. Father Boyle delivered the premlatns,
prior to which ceremony h made a 'few ro
marks, In whlrh he took occasion to pay a
deserved tribute to the pupil and thtflr scbol
wntcn is nnucr uto uirmion 01 uae ouytrs 01
The foBowlng U a list bt the pupIW who re
Girls Department. w First Class McUa
Davbi, Ann Castclt, Mary Maretrdh Ann
MltchclL Jane MtlohclU Mary Foley, Hanira
Foley, Fllcir Shedd, Delia Dougherty, HariM
Clark. Marlon SUnford, Delia Tnolo, Acm
Canninthanu Mary HareL Ann Byrne, Ajth I
Byrne. Effle Brooks, Bridget NerUW tlftr
garet CodaAnule Johnson, Morion Sinclair,
Hanorft Hennesy, Julia Brooks, Mary O'Cotf
nor, annle Young. Second ClassIda 1 (ni
ton, Mary Williams, Mary Cunningham,
Mary Byrne, Kate Aoward, Mary Scnrotlt,
Rosa Smoot, Martha Reno, Katft Tohcv,
Mary Callan, Bridget Keye Ellen Bretn i
hau, Msrgarct Flaherty, Second Division
Cecilia Pistorlo, Mary Heloy, Ida llaward,
Florence GrecufieJd, Mary Allmatsp Kste
Smith, Mary Kecro, Mary Barren. Josephine
WoihI, Aon Hall, Kste Bally, Mary Barry,
Rlrdlc Bally, AnaftaMa Toole, Mary Keairn,
Emily Pistorlo. Third ClA MtrV Clark,
Mary Masak, Franeea Deaooas, Eliza Mehlcr,
AnnCLenry, KateO'BoliI, Emma Marceron,
Kate Byrne, Emma Warner, 'Ada Warner,
Mary Jane Cooper, Ella Connelly, Annie
Mazxnla. To draw for the Medal for fltrperlor
fcxccllcnce of Conduct First Class-Annlc
f'olitll nA Ifjbllk Tlvla iLwwil f'l.d
Mary fkhroth, Cecllfa Pistorlo Frances Dea
cotii and Mary Clark. . if
Btmr fjepanmenir i nos. unrn?, jfTcqcrtcK
BuscuoIL John Boscboll, Jolm Lacy, Sttencor
Bcnncr, John Dovote, Leo Marceroa llllam
Grar. Francis Marceron. Richard Gates. Ml-
ehtel Dally. Second DlvWou-Jamea Marco
roa, Wm. Connor, Michael Barr,Clraa Byrne,
Joec)h Shaw, Horace Browolng, Wra. Oyster,
icnry etanitwn, vtm. vtaning, vm. cineiair,
John Byrno, Titgene SnlllTan, Thomas Daly,
Third class Fram Is O'Bold, Leo Mazrula,
..va taa.Hr tjii (A.....B nAi.. o.
Jtweph Neville. Urant Tbumnson, JauW Wei
iingnam, tusnes urrooKs, itenry uoun. tico.
Hozcll. To Draw for th9 Medal of Exeollemie
ot Conduct first class, Wro. Gray and Jos.
Shaw ; second class, Francis O'Botd and Chat.
TiuNsrsM or Rau. XsTiyav -Slnco our
last report the following deeds bf transfer
hare been placed on file for record In Uio
odea of Itororder of Deed!
Isaliclla Marion el ai. to Lewis J. Dai Is,
sub. 7, smar 1T3, IVk wune to 'same ('jntt
flalnts)tast part sub. S. sunarelrj. $1SH J.
M. Hanson, Trustee, to W U. Cron1ey( nurtti
half snI). 1& square 7W, t900: Ooruclla D.
Mitchell to C. C. Callau, Art 19, qnrw3M.
91.500; James Fraser to J no. Webster, IS and
1ft. snaara5lt. tflOOi Wm. Tucker lo C. II.
Lane, parts, oituare, 401; Wra. D. Williams
toC II. Udc. suh. 13, sonar 570, n,'J00;
Rosanna MtUln to Janet E. Uak, sub. W,
square k I.VfiOi J. Ledyard Hodge to C.
Amrx, suo. oa, sinar t, -4 ,vw, 4. ht.
Ramsey to Jaa. D. Murray, parts, Kjuarqfttl,
10,00(, Samuel Fudge to Fraddls MadWto,
west half 30, souare 15S, 10.
Josepn ll. iioiuaga to vutoa Ann Jiueneu,
sub 74, square 610,(175; Sophia Greendcer
to Jolui Seooljcrger, sob 1, aquero SSS, (quit
claim;) John F. May to John Meigs, sub A,
square CO, 4t0K; O. Alel ct al. to Jolm U,
Goerlty, part 6, squaro477f John T. Clements
to Ellen Clopp, part S. souare MA, 3,B0.
Jaracs FrawrJr to D. Sherry, north holt
iu, square i,uw, fit f rtnn 'cucn v
inas, sun o, afpiaio a, p,iw. iiainrs
Smllle lo vVm. F Eaton, part n 8. aanaro
TA 3,50O, Henry C. GUI to R. It Graham,
sob 85, siuare 807, l(3a7; Charles Tltoinu
to Overton lioihl, subs M ami Wi, square ltfl,
Richard T. Jackson, tntstea, to Henry
Schultz, partN snunareW, ftOl; A. J. Hor--Vey
to James V King, sub. 85. souaro017,
400t Jno. Alexander ot al., trustee, to Cyras
Wi Held, parts 18, 17 and 18, situaro W8,
13,000; Samuel Goodwin to C. C Walker,
part 1, oqnare 03, ftaO; A. Richard et al.
to W. W. Corcoran, 11, soaarc 300, raj, (quit
elalmi) Henry Ackton ct al. to Thnmaa r.
Holley, part 0, sqnare 4W, t300; BenJ lleff
toF.Lcinmcr, sub. B, square 010, t800; W
U. Bowcn to O. O. Howard ct ah, Irustcos,
part 17, square 601, 500.
Joseph F. Collin to Mary J. Barrett, suh.
07, square SOS, 1,SQ0; SamnoL Fngllsh to D.
M. Goodocre. sub. 8, square 55, tVW-, John F.
May to C. H. IWJeii, suW 1, iuaroOO,
3.&00; Josepti F. Kullcy to' Joshua Whllujj
etaL, parti 55 amlfA snuare 305, 0.C00.
E. II. Dougherty, to '. KecgH. port IP,
square 1ST, i.sw. w u.itwsiii,
VfoeVonnn, part 1ffrum SW, WOOl Michael
1 ..nw ayl . 1
tisrt n. KiinarA 755. ftXA
llielks llutchar to W.AIIarrlf undivided
one-third parts or 4 and 5. square Jt, tl,0U,
C. C Holden to D. D. Winters, part 1-T s-iuaro
731, WTZM; joscpn licuiem iov.narica uurgen,
sub 4J. square 800,0.
Arren the Patiko Co"trctoh- Wiio
Ana "Practical liTiRa!""TnagcTtqj
to bi Tbstid tn Count? Those political
favorite of the late mal-admluliiratltn, such
as cxfClft-cntcrprlso-man Wm. S. Morse aad
others of like ilk are to be brought up with a
summary turu. If wa may Judge iromJto prp
eeodlag tn the Equlry Coart yeatcrday. w ben
Mr. W D. Davldge.a counsel for Mr.Chark
Stewart, filed a bill In equity for an In) mil
lion against W. 8. Morse, A. Gleaaon.Thonihs
Klrby, P. I'uUhiane, and Joint Shochau, aad
the Mayor, lhrd oi Aiuermcn, c. i
The UU ask Uiata rule o Uisuudoa dV-
ffmiftnu to show-caiuo.aiir.aa lniuncupd
should not hwue en Jwlntng ihadefcndauls from
prosoiuUiu; work nder alloged contract
made by S. J. Bow en,' a inayor, ontUe 1st W
April last, for paving, curbing, JUs., aud 4
fwf ln Atilnlntntf tha Maor from tssnlnr or
ders for work imdcrsald alleged orm tract,
and from making payment fur iu!i work, br
In auy manner recotndzlng sokl remtract.
Judge WjUe pnlered the rulo to show cause
to Issue as prajed. . , . j
lue cuuouer suues mai uo nas oerii a
practical paTcr for the lost 'thirty year, opd
Is on owueT of real estate vkhhi U.Q vomt
tloni Utat on the 23d of May, 1853. An ud Wa
pOMod by which the Mayor Uj prohibited f rm
awarding any coiitracU for paving footwaK
Ac., to any iraou not ira ileal pavers; tqat
bid were admtlsed for under direction Ctf
J. Bowcn) that when tha Uds were recrlvjwl
it wa Known uta. iu uiuuars
practical pavers, by Uio M
thcmsclrea. and that the
oroflt to the couLraetors Js
flagging, for which pniposals wtro uflenxllto
f uniUU the material and do-the work al 55
rents per vard. but uuder their contra is tuev
rccrlfo sixty-seven and tbreo-Af ths ceots per
vara, iiiauaitueu uy uta pranteni jwtit.
aha, by rrasou of the desire jrblrh p.reralM
at uie uiiy iiau to aasMi lavonwa, were i
barrod from rextdvlng any chance to pron
a contract) that Iheworkahlih has been d(i
In some portions of the tltv ban been exocul
In a sliaiiK ful manner, no allcmrt ha hatn
made to comply with U law, and Ute prop
eriy-pouiera oave la-eutriunfustTawuaifu.
1xcal BuavriTirJL Tim Baltimore and Po
tomac railroad will, under tho' bill which re
cently Iwvnme a law, lake possession of the
Long bridge nlaait the lit of July, aud pro
reedalouce to constrmt alpcnuaneui all-
rnajl and wuniD tirldifC '
llu Hat id Heavensent, rarhape.meii and
lampdlghtera Ltect will tm comih ted and an
nounced to-tlsy. This will about roniicte
uia corurauou appuuivcva,
Wm, Forsylbe, q the nevly-an1
sapcrieteoacui ui sureu, sewer a
entered upon Uie duties of hU oiflrt
now makloir ft coiunlcie exomlnatli
street-work now !ehnr done throughout ihe
allowed bT'Jiuilirt Won lo ad(it a louudlhtg
WDlcunad ueen orouguiin iuo nnona iro
Clnrt statlon-housn, on condition that It should
1 naniwl "Howard Sumutr." in )isr f
Geiuiral Howanl and 8t uator Sumti(.r
Thomas (Tallin, a colored barlor, vtasfiiiwl
00 by Justice Wall yiMbrday on tho t barge
oi keeping open on punuay.
Tub Columbia CotLKQB Sciioi aaiiii
To-day lite trustocaof the juiWlc s hooU Will
award Uie Columbia College free irhotanhlp
to Uie male pupils of the put Jlc im IkmiU of Uds
city, who shall have lueu odjuJgiii hy tin in
lobe Uie most meritorious sxhotsr. ThU
echolarahlp Is a free gift from Dr G, W. Sam
son, tha president of the College, and It Is the
sixteenth that has been given for tho side
purpose of encouraging puials In Uie public
nehiMihi to set thalr mark higher up both in
scholarship and conduct, iUoorgnW. Rlgga,
ji r. u anion, uorauo syDKi."uu """ ,mvj "IBU
if on.un hsvo nniuwl with Dr. Samfton and tha
school trustees in pretunUng those aluolIe
prizes to meritorious pupils la the puhllo
Mhoolsrand their -object-1 certainly must
rtHnmendable, and Ute liberality of lha pub
lic: spirited gentlemen baa l.u apprat-laud.
Tub St. Dohimio'm BwIjhnq Abptiation
will giro a grand ple-nle at tncr' Seventh
Strait Park on Tuesday null. 'A band of
mrode has hocn engaged for Uia octaslpii,
which promises to bo a most enjoyable ood.
TaAvxLKfts, and jkjourscr it anoimcr re
sorts, will tmd among my govv a largo variety
of articles suitable for dross, war and coui
fort. Geo, OnlKiHiNa,
I No. tltftkventh street N.W.
Pbihb New York factory and dairy ibncs
atSplcer Bra's Bnttor Store, eT Pennsylya
nla sveuue, and WQ NlnUi street. 1
A most lnteresthurentertatnmentlook pIsca
at Lincoln 1 lall lost night, which was attended
by a select and moderately large audience,
comprising many of bur most mfclUgent citi
zens, member of Congress and others. The
exhibition consisted In tho ezpoe by Dr. E. V
Wright of the wonderful performance ot
Messrs. Read and, Fnsenon and Master Oca
ttelt whlehi thoy claim are effected by -tptrlht
Dr Wright at the outset disclaimed any oVsIra
to mjnre these gcntlcmon, for he himself had
nclIcTod loiplrltuallsm until recently, but sold
ho simply proposed tp iicrtom the some fnU
which thoy axhlMted, shows that theea 're
markable phonomena" could be produced
without any assistance from the inhabitants of
nia wier wctw. a rommiiiae consisting oi
Ilntt. Wm. tlwrniln MntMMttellta furwrt
Ohlo-prt. Flodoardo Howard and Thorpe were
roiccuu irom mo auoienco to exercise a viffi
loot eye over lhe Doctor and 'see ,th4 lixcri
was-Ji humbug i about Ida f performance.
These gentlemen tlten tied Dr.W. in ih
same manner as Read, Emerson and Gnnf
natl ore tied, and after vflrmly. securing hlnu
Iron rlnrw atWHiarsd urwvn tils arma.- aad
taken ont bis coat was Put on and taken ofli
and many other "astonishing manUestallonsf
werOJsiu. ATbosufr'teftaMord first per
lurmou'in ute uaxk, as u too custom wn
'modIaroa,t nd sabntHioontly were exldljf
Ited In the fall light The Doctor was leMdly
applauded ft each scuarato M trick WM
shown tin. and tb anlversa aontlmeni woi
that the Idea that theiTcrformancM of 'thi
so-ca)lc4 " spiritual mediums.' are. not ibpetr
Intended by any agency other than that of
At tho clnsO of tha Pcrtormanca a aanUomka
by the name of Wolf, a leading spiRtoalUt la
vius njt iiroccfiueii ui aaa s) uumucrni,ijne;
tkns, whleh caused much excitements Thf
rracstlrtis, however, rere fairly answered hi
Dr. Wrint. who stated thai Ids wife was ai
honest spiritualist, and that ha himself hat
gone with the boy GunueiL undqr lhermyre
that ho was a genuine fatedlumf hut that while
In Baltimore he had- caught lils hand out rf
tho ropes, and from that point watched htm
until be OYrlght) succeeded In detecting &&
tho tricks. This seemed to give general satis
faction, and the audience departed fully for,
vlnccd that spiritualism had received Its ncathf
wound at the hands ot Dr Wright.
1'chi.lir BcrfooL ExArNAViama. Tlilra
District--Male Grammar BViiOol-N. A Wesi
principal. The examination of this school
look place yesterday ate tho WaUh,shoql
on iming, in mo presence oi a very targe ana
critical audience. Amonir those present wert
Trustee Moore, Dulln, Clark, Champ) in an0
a. r. iirowne, ur. cuasa itoys, pnneips
of the Second district male grammar school
it, i, jvichifc, esq ,, principal, and. J. T. Cui
luW.1 f q , om14aq rjt thoVlrttfdbitrlclmal
grammar araau ur, .wmdij k.i rcoi
esq, B, J, Thompson, lata prlndpal Of tli
cirst uvirict aiiue grammar oooi, ana mar
ouiers, among wiiom were oiso quite a nun
UPT vi oar ttvrnuui caucus . ,).
The school-room was most lcauuful1y o
namented with garlands and wreaths of errl
green, ana onemi a very citeertui apieai
ane0..ThU tfhool numtars.fil .etbOlars.
wfiom f0 were Present, besides- ft number
(unie ladKS ho, are training fnr'ihe
Teslon,oi Icachlni, nnderMr. West's super
vision. Tlio exenta were an of a suiiTlJr
character, and proved highly Interesting
tha snectators. as was made manifest bv tlw
undivided attention, which they gave to tlso
unicrcnt nxitauoiis iur six nunii.
Thetlassea were examined In reading 1 1
lfAar I'tarlr. West and llnils In srtthim I
ly Mr, Mooroi Irt grammaf by Mr. West, siil
In ahrebra by Messrs. McKeo and J.T. Leavy,
the last-named gentleman lng tlieasslstait
teacher In this scbooL The German class wa
examined by Dr. Chase Roys and bt.
David IHcIke. Wliou the teach of tlerroan
In this District. Tho examination lu this
stndy -was very Uiorongh, and gntg -cTldcoi
. comoosed for tliUoocnslJi
li- Vr V. A. tfiiL and set to ruu.de hv Vr.
fessor McFarland, thocfllclcut musk tcoihir
or this District, were rcnacrctr Trry niccir n
Um nuiJls. and earned ft wcn-dcscrrcd bi
ptausA. Tlie rexatatlon In arlthmctlo uill
algebra showed a high degree of proficienc
urijrinai comisDHiuon were aisorcad n
some of Uio young ladles, noticeable omnia;
which wo one entitled. uHome," by Mlfs
Manr K. Hare. UI tne declamations, one cs-
UUed "Dlrnliyot Labir,M byMasicr WUHa
ltdgo, and another named i no agaiisi
and HI Dotr." hv Master Gcorgo Sailer.
elicited well-deserved aiqdausa from Iho vis
itors. At tho conclusion of the cxercliH-f,
Trustoo Clark read Uio premium Bat as I4-
School medal Clarence E. Curtis: Iwst
written exainlnatIon--CharlosIsbam, Dean
Doyle, James Stockclli exemplary condu t
and punctuality Wm Wood. Charles He -shaw,
Henry Frya, JohnRuaseU, Daniel Fotc ',
Wm. W. Dodge, Willie Moore, Albert Doug i
ertvt atlcntlou to study and Improvement .
Kdwln Scott, Walter McFarhuuL Bascofu
Orlfflth. Horace Griffith. Thomas Klllafoyle,
Wm. F. MllUgai ptnmansltln Winiam .
Smllbt neatness Wm. McNcUyt misWWia,
n. riaMii, honrablr menlroned-.Wlllfr
Frank JlcUnghlln, F. Dilrich, tVrn7KeLter,
Kdwln DlTlre, John t'onnor, Willie Mnrphy,
IL Blblay, Frank WUkerson, David Italic and
Jos. Johnson. i
The gold medal for German was awarded to
Benjamin G. Poole, and tlie second prlxa for
that itudy to Wm. F. MlUIgan, f
The examination proved a romplcto sir
ces. and (rare evident sntlsfacuon IotUI
present. The rnplU descrre inucli conuncn
uaiion lor wmir aticuuon, to sum j, uui a gni
deal of credit Is also due to Mr. West for tie
suiierior degreo of excellence lo which he has
rabed this atbooL. We are Irco toaay that In
onroplnloA there are few schools In which
boys will receive a more Utorough training lu
siuay anu geuucinaiuy uioruueubi i
Miuouial Hau. Schoou TM tlbtrtift
tloy of prizes at MemKial Hidl atltool ioik
place last etculng In the preseuce of an nh
dleiieo that crowded the cdlOce comer pf
FouTtecnth and N streets to Its utmost cn
jmc Hy ThU wa the first annrvvrMry nf the
school so auspUlously opened by Mis lEvans
last year, and Uie-miumarona friend of tie
pupIU were highly enlcrtalqcd hy the ck
hlhiilon glv en. The platfenu wa w(t taslot
fully arraugcl for tho oct uiont hige arlir
having bcin erected In Uie centra of .the
stage, and formed a beautiful feature In the
interestln-: play of "May Quoeri t
The priudtuU ehoracters were odoilraijly
sustained by MLu Kate Rawlmgv ft Flora,
M Mary Bergman, Qaecni wbBa Sprlnsj
was naraouatril by )Xu raulliw Irlflcci tiu tu
rner l-y Miss Mary Wilson) Atttamn by Miss
Jcnnlu Brawru Ml FujEb xmg with ctu
Ite lasta tha soug "JJeware,' i
At the conclusion of the Play liey. J. p.
BuUer addressed tho young ladies who were
to rucclve gold medal, and bestowed thcJUjtn
appropriate remarks a follow Si j
Elcinentary class, Nannie laUmer and May
Cltandlco r spelling, Clara Wlhtout drawldg,
Marion Bowcnj botany, KateSlttartt Kugllsh
grammar, Fannie ltothwellt maUienitlt-a,
Sarah Veatnuuij elocution, Markai l'vles; tiw
posiuim, Mary uerrraanr music, ji
son. lrst honnr-uJuta Uawllng.
Ths I Hands of tha vounir ladies added floral
trHmlea, ia tbebs)eot beauUful buuquatsiof
me cuoKwsi nuwers. i
Hod. Ifcarv Barnard Uion addressed Ui
audleuee, alluding to tho intercsUng and tiH
and closing with words of counsal to Uiisa
who had been tlia rptlnlenU of honors. The
cxurrUcs concludod with Uie bencdlcUon, pro-
iiiniiHTil 1T iwii wr. wuuci.
This school U now well esurjlshed, oyid
during tho past year was liberally itromzfd,
and In Uie aullcnoa lost evening were very
many of our prominent tltlzeus, who tctld"d
their appreciation of lha effort of MUs Kvf na
' IB organising smnurnu iimi s uksm.
The BrnpfiiMAN FatosaruTiow Aruapdn-
Jtn. By ufucuce lo our Court column II win
I seen that tho UultoJ States have abandoned
Uie prosecution pf Jamu II. A. Bchnreman,
whow) trial some Urae flnce ocqunled eon4il
erabla attantlou. Ha was charged with Uk
Ing; ftlAOOO of unfinished bank-note of a
Jersey City National Bauk from the T&ulUiof
Urn UnlUHi States Treasury. Tho. lost uL
wire traced trvGcorgia, u Uie poaaessloii of
one Marian Harris, who testified on a former
trial that she rrcelvoil Uictn from Bchurunin
On one of four ludlctment found against Min
Achnreinau wa convicted, but Uio general
term act tun vtrdlct aside because of InfoniiAli
Ity In Uio ludKtmcnt. J no umted stoics
were not af towards aUo ltd obtain a venjk t,
and now atmndon tho proaoraUoii agaljisl
Mcnniaors Assaclt Georco Blogden
and Arthur T, Thomas are on Imil to amvtt r
before Justice Wall the charge of assault.uid
battery wlUi Intent to kill John Haganl a
dealer lo Uie Northern market. Young plfg
den Aloes not deny that ha wo Ihe party Mho
aUaikod Hagan, and said he bad clven lam
lust what ha murht to have, vi hi la .otno nUirrs
of Uia family said that be hod not roooWcd
enougn. ll wuuiaapinrinnu uMiifunqiK
mode Uiat tlio attack had lu origin' In fuibld
family fend. 1 he facta In regard to th ftfCalr
will fully appear at the trial, which will take
place aa sum as Hagan l sufuVlcnUy' roipv
ered to be present.
Xv Mn.nuuMs.No.&.!l Fifteenth strceL Jan
le hod Um most refreoblng drinka of ttte sra
son. His polar soda Is a most poinilar tievir
ago, and hundred d illy uucnili Ihilr. UUrvfat
the refreshing fount
Tiiitaa rLKAJUitit TACtiTa.nowand InVoiu
t-loto order, aro ofiured lor sole. Application
for particular tol-gmadeat Uto iVwbatan
booJ, foot of p uiUi street,
11BV. V,. VV. PIOPLB, ill I'mii "iim
preach to-morruw woruhtff ami ctenlng at
n .. ,ii i -a I Y..a Uill
Timuis fl. lkiwnifo. attorncv-atdawhos
llaotilee. No. WI Four-and-w-haif street, naar
ttoUtyllall. J1J '. J (
Aataal Frcack Eatcrtslsaveat,
Tne exhibition1 ball oi If ra. Bnel'a srhobl for
ycmnsIUlea, No. 1 tail nraet, was thronged
last evening with a select and approclaUro
audience to witness tb annual French enter
tainment given by her pupils. These xulhl
IIotm hare always been the crowniag feoturo
of the scholastic year' of Madamat Baal's
school, attracting the elite of WaahinrtM .
elety, and Uio enmrtalniuent last orndng was
m every respect n to those which Itavo1
toeen the theme and praise In time pasfa ' ,
i ira proa;nuiin was sw ioiiowsv i
llccltatton liO Bote. Bettlo Bamaons Mar.
rnerite, on La Robe Pcdue. (the lost drasw.1
VcrsoTiagcsj Madame Gnlcbard, Mademnl.
seuo itiirnMt wmenais, (uue no mdio,jU.j
Alice Banleyf Madame Pcrrtn, panvra vtoto
tm) MolUe Earlei Compaggca do rensioAld
Atnenaia iiciene, wenme ouernm uonense,
Bolle Lamont Augustine, Kate Adaraii Hnri
etfo, Maggie Farkt Blanche. Tlllie Wiley;
Aurora, Annie VratirEKtna, Mary Culhbert
Laura, Addl Emerlckj Madame La Prinoc
no iaii, wiMiavinvTrui osr uie, piaau iviin
Trancolse BerTanW, Carrie McCaU., ,
riaotean vivantnccuaixai,. uat jwaraanj
Mattle Fristoo. -. "' - '
La Testament doiMndtmo Palnral rerson
nogeai MadamolWrfn, Martha Klrlm iKxe
nttrbwt (WlanrMmlslrai An XI tnm. Istnrl
Madame (a .MarqnJitcc JlocnccoC Carfl
McCoBt Madame di Lor leu rr AggU rUdari
Joauncion, (rardeurtdedUndooJ EmroHPani
son) uertruufr. iferranM as Jime, uouin,
f The young laillea acquitted tltemselrea most
admlraijfr, sustaining the part 'assigned
mem wjut grayciut eoso, wu uoir pronun
elation was Irt every mrtkned 'excellent, and
their rendition rf tnarliaraotaratiarreaTt.
The audience C) Inced Ibfkpprnbailotf by the
heartiest mpplanso, and notwithstanding the
crowded room and unbcaraMe heat avery one
rcuiaiucu uqui mo viuwj vi vue outcrvainuscnif
SulitiitiMi orlBoibmaJ" Btroariaa.4
a meeung oimcn who uad served lo lha unioi
army was held lost eveutog; at Unkon- Laru
hall, to endorse h. bill noir befm-e Congresi
for Um ennallzatlon of bountlosu " v i
Mr J. If. SUue ww calkxl tu p, choir, an.
Mr. Wm. F.'SnncY kctcd a sctarV
Geo. Cobb, of WksMmshsiwas introduce-,
to the audience and Jvpoko warmly and elc
quently in favor ot Copcre doingthetnliit
mj uia Kmnrr oi uie cniiro nraniry..
General W. L. Slounhton, of Michigan? alt
called upou; and takt thattke'coimuy that
was ableto.putdowntha greatest rcbellloa
that the world ever knew wo fully able to pat
the soldier, who were the means of fmUlnr
down the war.. "The soldiers, he saldwasa
power in me Jano, Aneir voices were oouna
to bo beard sootier or later. Iet tha aoldlem
who hod rallied whn tne couolry 'was I(i
danger be beard. They nad given the iet
years of their Urea to Us server, and Ute Gov
emmnent roe' la 'daty budad'to pay for Use
aervleQtot.lhAse. brave men, and the Ume
would cbtiw wlaviuLs downtry would lid In tba
end the gainer thereby.
Colonel Tanner, of. New Xork, who sorreil
with General Btfcrmahj daring UidWuk wm
next called tor, and said Uio UU 1? fore Con
gress was a matter o,( Juatlce, and thcrefom
oi economy. .
The following rcsoIulUm was pflcrra 1
BeuJandnlC KnApp4lrM andwasunanlmousi
ira tmraby, Mtidrd to lb lloa.Asiu
jons A. LACSS, in
lehlaks. sad Uatr mu
eUUs of lha llonaa of RspraaanUU, foruisal'
A vote of thinks was offered to the speak
ers for attendance and speeches. I
On motion ft committee of two from cam
Blaia were to be appointed by iho cholrmw
to wall upon Uie Bioaton from their respocttw
Slates far tha fartlieranco of the passage- of
The meeting then adjouruod. t
LatIno) or a Coitftan Stinb.i-Yesterday
afternoon, at 4 'o'clock, the corner stone of
Uto Ebener-cr (ntortd McUmdlst church, to
to erected at iho corner' of Fourth ana D
streets, eooUieast, wa laid with due ccremi
nh s bv tha Masoule Orders of F Ai At M.
The procession, composed bf Simon Cord
inandery. KnlghU Templar, preceded by Uk
National band, anJTK'thftemane Commandcry,
iq King's baud, followed' by the Grand
Lodge of the District of ColuinMa, formed at
Union League Iiatt ant marched to Uie plaoo
of consecration, making a very Imposing dls-
It a,,v mp, w'n. v f"v .
iirhtTemtdars from Baltimore and 1
jiicrewcre aioin tue iucviynK
de'phla, who took part In Uie rercmoulcs. I
lr Jnl.n P. Hitnk. Hrand Atiuur of Uia
Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia
oiuciatcd in laying tne eorncpnone in oiw
lorm, accorutng to Masonic nvcv) aitcrwuicu
np by tlie Ren Mr, Water, the Grand Cba.w
lain. Tho box deposited In Uiq stone eou-i
talnod copies of tho dally papers of yesterday
Uio name of tha trnstoes aud steward of tb
church, surer coins, copies ol me i csumei i
and Biblov alid a general history of Ute McUV -disk
Episcopal Cbusch. Ihiriosr Us InWir
a .. .'ma. - .. - - - llMt-ti alaaiat,
choir executrd ftevjtrnl hymns' lainostcxqii -
, The orator of (W occasion wa rrpftssqr
GoorgoB. Yoslum, Who delivered ft laudfal
and tniprosslve addrssa, whlcli was listened to
with marked attention Uitomibout. I
The church will be of pressed Irtek, the
front trimmed with granite, and will he W
ieet front by fee iWep.-wlOi ft)elfhth it
ItxLidiouk School Cohmxckubnts.
Yesterday two very mkrestuiz exhllltlois
tooaiptaca, one at.wta Acaucniv 01 uio ll"J
Cross. on I slroet, between IttlrtoenUi asd
Fourteenth sirecbv and Uie oilier at tie
schools pu Capitol MilL conducted by SUUts
of the same order, Uie former oomraonehig at
10 K. Id-r and Uio lotur, at ? twro. .
care Uw new at oueiny on I street wa f onndtd
wtutDl use last couptu oi joap vis pnuraii
ttJ deanrahts tfr publish vovits ladsM naatesln
Ute dolly pseas, w are atUberty juerel r to sty
general fr, thai lhdglmr by hat we i Itncasld
yotunlay at 'this excellent! InsUtatlau. la tke
wav oLvoeal ftnd Instrumental Jnindc. eomtt-
liav ucinnnwiH, it iTwiuiac" pduh m himu a
prouitacat,pLt amoog Uie first InitlUnthiis
ot lit clou at tha CtilisJ, Duo stAa, by Uks
-ii- -, was almost worthy of (lie profesatoiiol
Tlie osUbllshment on Capitol Hin (N-lug in
older founflaUon'has altPady Uken IU plate
as a fimtrcUw .day nhool of Ute rtllgMi
'P0- .A--- J.
UiuvaiuuuaT Saanoxs Rev. C. W Bll'
din nf Lvna. Uui . vlUnruatlil'or tLaUsl-
Vf raslldU lii.nuirro III Metiarott 1 1 411. Ills
I knhfset for thA mornlnar 'dlscouraai will l0
U'Vfha are the children o? HgbU," The InUts
eating ana impressive uruiuiuu-e ui uimivmiwu
of cJAldrcn wilt baadmlnlitcred during ifce
morning scnlc. Mn JHddlaU ah eloquent,
atlrrtog mlulstcr of Uiat faith, and thq pubfie
are cordially Invited to hear hUn. Thlsaooliiy
hu been favored wlUi the services of many bf
Ute obleal tnloUlcrs lu that denomination, a 4 d
has-been bkesed with locroosed Interest, aid
many addlUon hv e Ifcn made to lla mem
Ursidp 4urlnf Uie TeaY1 They anticipate tke
erection M a lautiful ehnrrh In Uu ilty at
an early day to be bnllt by Uie denoralnatl4n
ray, who, quo, hundred years ago, first pro
claimed dUthvcih-a Unlreraallsm la Amerlua,
A Votbos' TnANs:8.-Tlta following rMo
luUon waiMsed by Uia Women,'aCbrlUio
Assocuuon, j una ui, iqpji i
A-MnlaaJ; Tost ihm tUnts t(UW,aiu(.
rrvrT?. rr r.""- :,T7.i"i:.7.r iir
tatiTVLHap4art. iWw HaMtot, K alaaa KJw
Ut, KiiptuMj, UnImI UiaMtrwratiiinaA. tlrat kd Hao.
aad UafUrisa abartoa forlbsU UaaUf riinaania,
u,h and anLlrln Sorts t aid aa Is ear aaUral t
ths baaaAt d ihla abMtlasis orfaalraiina i alao. la lbs
ntfMOVf spprauiatlunssd .
jtrsUlads to cbf
W. a. HUokna, l)U Msooart, TliMdoc
NlsUtlaaa sml olfasrs for lbs vslibls aasl
na rsyMtsaiar iiafnaa n
,A In Uia a.llLnra ot Lk flwmmlrl. u
luu-CSUOAS tmt Um tMnaOVr Soerfacrad bj Uis. j
si so, n. Kimsana, im-.
Mxhtino or lKVAUDhraKAio-EH-.Alja
mccUug of iuvalld inslonors who are In tie
civil service; held last evening at Union1 Loogae
toid Mr. Aj IL Nixon oetod aa sacralarv. '
T.T1W object of Ui meeUor was itated, whlcli
wa to devise measure toTustire Uaopasaaite
by Uiq Senate of the bill whirli has passed tho
llousc, arcoring to tbem Uie payment of llio
pouslona withlield during the ixiriod betwequ"
Man It 3, imA, and June 0, ltHAk 1
ltcmarksweremade hv several e-rntletnea.
and tljeovhfilt bafUig jlj matter p
chirge report progrcsi and were authorixat
ioenuiuqsaeiri;Kjna u ai
The mcctbg thon adjourned.
Tnii.PnBsnTTmtr or Wajdiboton Citt4
Bbv. pa, TusTin In our noUca nf Uie, pri
(codings, Of 'The rrcabytery of Vi anhlugUi
City," hud lo Bridge street church, Ueorgi
,uwo, aj v-rt 'OitHKU.) infMverwoiiy, i
Ute UiU IheTf ew I'resby Sry of Washmgto
rltywas iormaUy consUtttotl by tha lie'
iti iunus,ia mw W mmw Jm iui iaiirucr
the svnodoi.Baltinuirabl .oommhwlOn di
lug anterlot' to that of any other minister
wuum tuo pounua ot tne twn pTcanytcrics,
though perhaps not Uio senior of ouo or moso
of Uhiu lu uolut of years. It wa aju4 r
ognltioQ,of lmg and faltlifidstrrice toUw
Churt-h an Ute, cause of reunion. (
Thb pymjCATion orncnof tho puiwhty
Morning (ttmU has been removed to fwB
Flirbth stmt. second door from tha corner of
F street, Tlie Oau4t to-morrow will, w
iiauui, uu ivi juivivaMiii
" I " '
AvMiHiasivri xxrHAMaB mutnenti unon
tie recent ilecUon of Mr. Eiat-roy and the de
Wm. MoQarralian's Oroati
0n,tu4 Qj?enlnj5 pf thdjCourt; ,'JTnslIco Olli
. BWors Draesad l vlth Uis trUl t 31 OOJii M
Mrantn ihm intswwmina imsiuijib"-.'
asajiraA(SinpsinaMMa tspon m vps piiwbkui
or tM utst. W SJW I WINS, as i aavs mmrrma am
thkt Lh iN ardlnsrUv anemrSM. and OtmtM S VI
- - - - - mi ll iJua UiA I
rtaaTM latala asonlpjra trr, lhbrs
Swssa bwiHm. I sm Is MHM.lMtsneas MM ut
swtt?hr!oJIn(4B. f dJsolliappwIlW
wtnmm nimi wiiaraprMasvswsa sa tna tn ar mvbsi
SMaklDC InaniA rrM2XC&
Ursstaia.bSartAiwiit xilsOoSn. T.
7. m. saf ta s, iMtoM. that US last.
ir TZ. -T.ZTVT-rTiT?
la UftbttiMi tUMlMui.Ui;'u7ir
as taivaiaaaaa ... t
wrUi waifa. I SHrMIH WUM, aU pSTOana u
sdllor wUI do tha rsblts a aarrla If ha wWHomTim
Mir tml, u1 hlrlf. ho Ua la 1 1 m ,. i 1 j. fL..j
VhlplaVtW la this IMt1. f Rtr a what fhm ,
M ssrlM soma ihlaa Usif iwortsd gfmu hartai
aaai Dsa iimmpfwu"; ui onarnvr i aoaii na.
fw iMWSnaliassftst ts nsUwh apda ihis uVHat i hm
tnaimh,s4sotbrsspftpatspoitf . M
lfclTho reporter wpuld remark Uiftt lo tm
tuaiU of preparing a lengthy report for pab
Ucotlon on the foupwlna; momtowbenj n
bpportahltr Is affordod to read prow, kome In
ftceuraclca will, necessarily occur, and sotai
hate In thUwaycfciit itto'thAPuhllahcdre
Kru of Uds trial, all oi. which, ItdwcVcr, wll
corrected ln,uhwqoont editions.
The ftccldcoa rtnUUtothnt Of ono Worn fo
another by the printer, la.thq-portlort of th
report to which Ute, Court' refer paused th
slight tnlstako. mcnUoucd In the remark
ofthaJudircJ We think, tfowerer. tha Inlet
ltfftnt reader woold have t bnce (wrccltx
uw.uuuskSj uvm uavjprDcvuu auu wi
We rItc bcloW Uio rtUri&i nreBumod i
hahIIh t.vVi.la'MltrAr. kl.M'li.a lu,,
used, and wlUt tho su1UtuUon owaldi U. I
proitcr ueaniag oi tun voutfs)ronvcyou.1
;ropcr meaniuff o
Tjiey are asrfutl
rfrrtiyr at 1
On o Olln Uia.1 la al.Uiua Ct J41i
trafarrtsa t saaa ot UwHA filatai r. OnMss, M Wa
Um.) Yoa may 4 "T tHf d Um UaHad Mt
Uort M to ssr prtolilaa f is lbs I It mr mWij,
fcvlIdaaattUiitsnvfMOl npoo which Uls baana.nr
UMnMsiMUf ths lad ftbnat US tSBl4aj k
lf iswaraaarafMMstitaatuuaisasa. , i
'Then again farther on In Um repart I
nratorHtMta Usmm.W tmm-M in t i
IIA B.A ana itil.a at all in Um f (hlal - - - a
anrs tbsa a wypp publtosifcwi wwald bs" ni:i
Mr Bhnw proooeded to rood tna fUtdavlt
tw (Vul In M llnward. .. . ...
Ho then offered Uio report ot , Me. 8awr
aod Mr. Kellogg, made at the same time wit
Uta report ot vv in tarns ami rerry. ,
Dn Mr. Shaw concluding the reading, It:
testimony for both aid was announced, t
be dosed, and a recess of few mlaeUaW"
uxen j , i
On tho resauibllnco(itltocoarliJust
Olln laidi lher:iAreoiuu ifacts. In lha ca
firopor to address to the ronshlerallon of Ui
ury. How many ot you, gcnUemen, Ocslno
to aaaresa us jury on vivuvr auv r, i
Mi. WlbtoiL! i tuluk wt tw wUllug to leavje.
Uto the Jury wimounnny comment on, out
part. . . v I
Mr- Verrlek. Wa propose to arguo lb . J
Afr. vllann. if mntlemcn on tha oUiorahle
Sroposo to argue the cned, of contra wo shall
a to argue It. , , ,- !
justice una now many counsel ucsiro , v
speak, vm a auef v ui two on eacu ihm uor
! Me. Wllsont That Is uulte as mauv as '
want lo hare speak, and we hopo; to- bo jnji j
brief, both'of us. ,t , ,
irJdsUc'e Olln. (To Mr. Merrick) Don lb t
nit yon? -
M.-Unn'. Mr. fihattf savs liA doe ta t
destri lot argue It, and dpclfnea- Two wBl
thereforvbe as many aajwUI argue U on vdr
side, , , j
Jiisilea Olln. lUdctdhe f alrcaU mw In
such a cose, if iwocoonaclonasldo arts per
mitted lO taa IS UlBt UKJ IWIUI swnwii.
The plalaUff ha Uia right to open. II lwk
of you on each oldo Intend to argua lha f.
I ihinir it, folrmt rula woukl be for ono Ol
ihn (fiif.Mutnnt'M counsel to ouan tho case, the n
Uicn to hftva tha other conusu "of defandci
arwaika aad tha rcmalnina- counsel of U
planum v aosaw ,uoea uum .run su ji j
ki rr" . . .7.. , j. . .j
U, . Wltanfe Nrt. air. It d(MS 1K)L O PT
fertiiattiie ordinary rula should boohscrrn
tn this case, vlx: That one of tho iPtalnUft
counsel should open and then be followed l(y
oa et tne counsel ior tnu uctouoauv, mu
naa .tnt 1 1 alt tiara IIWlkML i
c Justice OUnl No, I do not like that practh
at all. If youtvanLto go do ana arguo v
nnpailnnsnf Actato the lurTi two counacl
your side mar tacui.-jl, however, supucst
lulni mora fatorablo for TOU I that, coum
rfinisiths slda ahouid .alusrnatet that oua
too counsel ior too netcuuaut wiwuu u-.-thatcnoyOi
wintv. In hn fftllnwAd sT OnoUier of the COUl
torthepiarntur, who bi to ruakftUw vml
ajL (OT tw uiinimi, "" "t"j ..'-
anrnmnnt i I
Mr, Wilson. Suppose, yoncJIonor, butooo
counsel on cocu sme suouui spcaJt , i
Justice Olln. I shoukl order tou. then, r
aomoroiinsolfoc tho defendant, lo speak, to
Son and cioea your argument tor uia ur
ise. tmd then let some person roply to ft,
for theplotnUfl has Uie right to ckwo-toe
artfumant In Uta case.. . I
Mr. Wilson. Wo very much prefer thotwhkt
we unasntaad to oo tna Qramary procuos
llils moi1 ahouhf bo obsorvedr and that
lhai tttat nlalntlfTsronnsfl shoidd Alien, ai
then the- dctundani'a counsel follow, and
Jiatlee Olut. I prefer Um oilior tro tire.
hat alwayftbeen accustomed lo iU rMsiliy
rid bf two spooches mi one ildo wlicn nply of e
hi necessary. -it- - . I
MnWllaonl It doca.nol moko but dlfftf-
ence In the numiT oi speeches, as i under
stand the proeUco aud I have oarer knovjn
ll to do ueiartoii iron uiai'iamuu viisv
thro botU counsel fori tho -defendant speak)
ana uey are ioiioweo, . oy too cosing s
nn lha sldo nf tho ldalnUlT.
JusllceOUn. Itlonoft Ilka the pracUteT aid
will i no party to it. i uavo suggumou
ou what I think will vivo von ercrv adn
tago, unless It is yoon privjlore to rUMa,Ui4
anninient In Um case, whir M Jhluk It U ndt.
Yoaliaring the right to open,, it, I wmdd
maaa uia inruMrwdar uiat cuuiacir anait a
lnialAa,inat ntu Jil lla anmui-l lna aliitnnr
speaking flrsV to bq followed uo w tha
counsal lor the plaluUfi, He shall Uiwita
1 oUowed by Um oUwr ouunael for lhodefoolJ
ant. wtw snail ot replied to pj tnq counsel i
If tbeniwerut ooo. cpnnpci nearu or
-- . . ...
aldal would aar to. Utorcounsel ifor tho '
fence, ga tou with, ypurco-, owl defend yot r-
ace, ga ton with ypurco-, owl oiend yot r
if a well ft you ton, and then . Uo plalot IT
llbavafiUKt'jight lo.ClojWithSiarguiivei t:
t If. by the lndubguuoQ of ttltqoourtr-raivl I
Ink It Id oil mdufgCMca-two.uuiyreak I
think It ia on tnduhnwicA two.tnav speak,
ndirhtaa vou and Mr. Mooro roan aud l r
guo your case to tho jury, and uion the, oth :r
two may repiy ia jwu. it .i" .
Ttnt 1 itIva von tlm advantaara oi liiaulli
rule which 1 think tho btuer mm that, he e
two coanael am amproyed on eavh ida, tot
ooanpouth. coKw.hu' dlprtca-t-thoa to ! t
tha ulalaun retlro It:
and Uwnletro r
coniBiei , ant wee ivts
Mai then Mil plaint if
Mr. WlUon. )V shalp bve to txmUnt 0 r
uhewUh oVjecUPg toiiuat jtiodaolir
cottllnff-htaaA WOUiW OIW UKW M sj-jcu jk'
-anil Maanlafr an atTpMlilbuL. i
Uxe.). J. IMuk l;lmoirvfKrH Uio mJiOi n
of a ftlri,ftnfl Jltwrf rH wrtptM. li
0jtMt0ll'l4U.i, , IIKI A , r,
MrAvlli(nYVoOr imIUi UJnajp,lMI .
WI.T..WWII.IIIII.I' irii J ;tttiUir.H
T.Mr. WUsoua, 1 will only jr that (than
Ual haa - jkyat bef orq lifi
do notikuuwAi(ift:raw!wbco;tbn, "
arrunont iwaa avur ruauKDu., ,-,i
and consualy' i4wn co, too; owl.ff jrpn can
fioil apon the juUiutcs of Um court, or In
fvldeoM anywhere outside of Uio court, that
hare denartod from Uiat rule, 1 shotikl
llVe to be fofannod of dt iV 11
Mr, WlUon. I do not mH wa; auythtiL'
In reiect to Uds particular ciwk h i"a I
JusUeeOlldv lhn fred.ienUydotie(lds:ithi
been ths praothta hsne, wbanarsvuao la open4d
fo trial, f dr aoaiisol to ret ttri mi tha'sid ef
th plaintiff and Htate lu tiknj mid tnsw ir
ttmnscl for lb AsfondauV to Wet up and tala
hbdefenoB. I hatafrwuenUydvle4eoua
eel for tne mnonce u ruserve uwir otwiuik
tmlltlheevldencofor thd pUlnUflHa bco)i
conrltlibtdj foripeitiaiiuiey would i have uio
(ccastonforanroitenmafttalL' Ut tsagrtit
uoai uetter ior uww w mn- nw, . . -
a1 nna.ll.tai Irm 4a fj tOa) WTHletlrMf U AJ
dueod what will 1 iirovew against thern f mil
when ll'U prove, Kvhert Uw case isifalrfy
opened, tbey know Just bow to open .their
Case, DDWIOBUSih. iiwir numm-v.
Mr. Wilson, we nave soma instruct oi
thai we tirotiose lo ask of your honor. '
JuslicuOUn, Iwlll dhiKMo ot those aft
the argument of Ute raoso.'That ItapratUc
I prosumo. vou don't Bka. ' ai
Mr. MurrErk. Ikkttftskryourhonor toitni
in uu case wnai nos treiaenuy uean aoaa hi
the piirioso of sat I113 Unie, aa1 well o to f ael
Itotolho eoocIalonofi4joUi'eoartftud Juri
and that U to pemduis fo arru tho lawianj
tlw fact together, '. . , ,
You need not anrue
Am tha Inrv aa to
l..nlh. ArwtiwtMitlaniauslldad. I PTfifLl
sum. 1 anMa eeaUeilttOVlt bare aad hi
it.lava anraannnLial anBSSlJon llPlaW SUl
dressed to mo, and Uen n two-day sikwIi o
a question of fattftAlrusasdtoUsVJury. Id
noli BluiTUtat Ipractleoj and huBtuaS'-yoai col
show me soma act 01 codriw uis wwm
Wi McrrUk, That U tho praelloe X
(rtU7ha M?tliW S$ fitrM?rtportr Is Vr5
fsMHiM wtih U ntsa U, sarf kU ss) s vatr sUsi
tended to aakyoor llonor.to follow, and the
Pff tic-a I hare asked Judgo Corttor'to follow
JsjrttoiJrfJ jiful wiUU heTtarvTlrod toi In
many eases. At the same time It Is well
vnougn (or the counsel, before proceeding, to
-wi men- propoKuons oi uw it iney cnoose,
and then argue them tn the course ol their
remarks lo lha 'larr, ' '
' Wllsbn. We hafe cfrtaln tmtroeUont
drawn vpTa'ajr U.pkaaa your 1
Which WO Vniil.l IlVaT lrTl..l.Ml 1a
..uuiHswocn 4 get your Honor .rul
ing aronv v
Jn.U)OIIn. Vcr, Ukd, Iwlll nilo oixm
; 0t - f dertand onz Honor to
sar Utat.atlio-ciosa oi Hi irnmni itha
tofr either-partr will hs-iw mkuaHij
fWSolaw? ktid 'your Tldmvm tlsiKlSer
glTOWaw MT?nuw uicnuj -jflfts 1
rfusuca uiiu, ic,air.
Mr. Mopro. But, yonr Honor does not
adopt ft rule that restrains: nl from discussing
Uia Uw and iact to tha ittfy In the hearing ol
JmtlfioTtn. -JtoSAr..; ') , u ;' ,
t.xir. MemcK. a wuistauv your tionor, tnat
ll,i the practice la this coorv whom the. law
wu mu ions aro argucu logcmor, ior counsel
IujUiq cotifM ot'lbo arghnlcnt to address
Um jury ufVm the fact and then, tfpott an
spitaUmf of htw. id turn M .Ihw court whfin
pressing 'tbelr laoorjr ."upon1 Uie court, and
, Th,o plhar Practlci "Maryland Is this tfor
UtacoanieLlicra.thrTgototlifl Jury to ar
puftthefAcU, to.prejent written tnstrurtlons
totheronrt. The court then hears argument
upon the law,1' and grants certain prayers,
within Uta limit f which, hiargutog to the
)aryt he'cpunscl oro romHled to confine
UiemscJv'cs. ' New; I 'UihkvUie former prac
tice Is Uiat which, I think In many eosaa, es
poctaljy kntb M Jtbt. JU the better imMttre,
. riid In ulniHar.casc xtorv Jcdge Cartter J-I
,meaa similar far general feature we .have
asked klAi time and azalft to adopt that prae
Ueo. and ha has dona so.' and toimr to Uie
inrywa hare argued Uie, facta, cadi counsel
upon Id rcspecUv e th(wry of the law. leaving
Uio court to afterward determine whirh the
ory was right, and In the; summing up to giro
to Uia. Jury Uio prinHpW of law whleh Was to
govern Uutlr consideration' of tho facto; II
srtVc time' ahd makes Uie matter tiear to a
sjmuoa Onn. The idorrtlmi of .one practice
would rcinlra that I should hear fourspeechea
upon ft question oftaw to begin with aa
tn inaimetlniis. ami mhaenuentlT four rpeeches
upon 4 naestloii pf fact Id the Jury. I tfortot
hUltflall. Itlroar-be r'jfjit.bfltjldo not
... MMoVirc'. t?i tmr rH,'-Uo nof auk
toemharraMthiCourtln any respect,
Justice Olttf. I hop? yon will not embarrass
'either court or 'Jury, aud I am sure yrni will
not u you taiE gooa sense, mm von usuany uu.
neve ouiji inuicacu a . ui I'murg ua
I irefcr to follow, ", '
iMr. Moore, Tour Honor1 will pardon tne
for layliufUiai Uie practice has been so varieil
and In, lha court in bane that I
liarillv'lmnw. I scarcelr.knoW how to id
dress myself to the court, and ask tho court
ttf adopt a Tslctnof pracUce1;
afUsUCQ tlin.. I am aixmt an pau ,vu m
,!; Moore lathe fe caaci I nave arrued
laere,wa bare asked the court lu adrsnea to
give, ihe thftrnctlop In -wrlUng, and we have
argued, tho ease W UW Jury upon them as Uie
Uw. I havfl no cholcei whaleTcr praetlco
your Honor thinics 11 v ocat to uaopi in mis
case I acquiesce In. .
jJusUoa Olln, It Is aunply.tnl, Uist rod are
at liberty to argue any question of Law ftnd
MrtJo..lnpiIcrtandlcrfecUy and I
am content wiuiiu . .
'Jniilre Oun. Now Ifyou will Indicate
which Course yga wbold pf efcr, whether you
will alternate or both- counsel for defendant
follow one another In npen'ng, and both
jwJnari far tdajrtiiff fallow on another In
dosing, I will gratify you In wbaterer desire
vou may havfl on the sablect.
f Mr; Wllsonv Wo-prefer Uiat Um plaintiff
shah open In one speech and we follow. 1,
' Justice Olln. I told yon I could not consent
to adopt that rule. -
Air. vviuoo. vvitn regaru touiepincrwe
have no preference ai all.
JiwtleeOllh. Very welL Then I will make
Uds rule. If two on each side dcalreto speak
Iboy shall alternate. I make thlsrulo be
cause I think It I ft fair and proper one.
'"'Mr.'Wllson, (aftar brief coMufutlon,) Wc
expected that wa would have born able to go
on without delay1, bat after ronsultaUon we
hare thought best that Judge Moore should
rjjtennndertherolmgof your Honor. He is not
well enough to proceed to-day, as ha thinks,
and If It I not too groat a favor to bo asking
bf yonr Honor, la behalf of him and the
tanowo would Ilka to hero an adjournment
troUI to-morrow morning.' An adjournment
wa think would jrreoUy expedite matters
Mr. Moore. I bare been sick most f the
tlm of Uils trial and especially ant I not
able tago on with Um casa now, Uie ruling
ur ura ruurt rwTuag uuuai um niua oy sur
prise. I feci' thaLl could not do JusUce to
my client f la my present condition of health.
"Mn Merrtelc. I hopo your Honor will grant
cvbry InUutgtmce to tha other side. t
7 Jnstlee Otlu Certalaiy. I will oeomiaio
dato the parties by adJournthgaoUI to-morrow
mornlnc;. ' " t
After ftlsrlef dUcuasion as'tothenrderof
argument, Uie court adjourned till this morn
ing at 10 o'clock- a
1 or fe-p t-rvr ,
iwt KBiDBTiao Cncaca aiKTiCEarVriie scr
Vtcoa to-mdrtow connected with the com
moncetneat of UMOJnmUwiCoUcgtnoUced
In oar adtrartkdng- oolianns, hare an unusual
Interest, especially tha discoarsa In Um after
noon on Uie life and character ot ihe Rev, Vr.
Baoorw BealdcsT acting aaTlrtual president of
throo colleges tor young, mctvjm was for
many years kt Uie bead fit young ladles
spniinarlca, and In his laetyoars baWcama an
Instrucftir of candidates for Uie Christian
ntlnlfiry among frocdniap. Ron Dr. Qlbson,
pastor ot Uie Foundry church, who 1 one ol
our most, popular Methodist preachers, ad
night ;ji u
McFheraon iVost ,Nosj, . A. IL, held on
Thursday evening, the follow Ing ofAecrs Were
clotted for laa, rusobag six. month v Comman
M.'Ki U WrWuli iSulor V. U.XouU Mo
rcllt Junior V. u7 AUrod fVBus; AdjuUnl,
K. K. House Uuarterniastcr, IL Siflpwguthj
Burgeuii, W,t IL Fraiisri CJiApUlo. Thomas
H.. Kvana; OAloeroi tha,Day,It.IXTJpen
OOVorof ttn, fluard. Vrans Bostt Bcrgeoni
MaWrt Joium A; UandaUi Qiiartcnnastcr Bar
inanCpharlea F.iKeclerr ,t
lU-oa orviiBTtiM-WoiisVlia; TluJther.
momcler at,IL,iL Ilruiplers, opUclan, SS
Founsylvanla avenue, stood ycaterday a fol
lows! 8 a. m-.7i IXm- Wt i pm.;ti B
Lp-m.,b?. . , Lta ,
. Taicoi (.pdwii St' Lmri', WO Bbtowth
PTRxxT.-T-flroat reduction in, prttrslahat,
gent's fuVul-hLnj; goods.iTrpnksf' traveling
T, vaiisea, c, .
very large tock of lad tea trunks cheap.
( f vorj urn puwa, u isuicv irvuM uirs.
Usui's utlrta, hosiery, nnucirloUilng, Ac, at
grelly rednoMpricr4.J Ouyot's euspenders,
llninLAudVVfhief, paper and Rnen collars.
Neck. Una and fanca articles for' toilet Use.
'IxDUckvntT TO Dot a Hood BiWiWo Ha
CrniXU-NTllfOl & aiua, Btwint Mlilu
K'Ulnt, will tonalter l kJJ on llbcril
Urtnx, Idura at Ui,''urmnr, U.nm conct
ind hobrdlit luiorr.' 4UI Be nil. WraeC l-
.wn h m B-.r.r',r,'.r) . y.t
Lipua m in ou to r""1" '
Pnli Ml Mlrlnl fiat, yonier KjUi
tiroct. (frtio hU 'nv, on bind tliolca
rtocVol coo). In hlllniy,U rtllPMllhic
,Uw coo&t Ml'MruelU M iof All oyior
miil,t tc,Jojrlti. ' VnM bj,ibiu.
ITbiTrUIj) hr urr.'1-Wli.t ,liaU I Jo J
I Em U dcUllfelal lhl I cMn tlUwl la
mr ordlnvr datla. TryBnctr', "Blandlrd
WlnalliUerliUiet.r. unNlkd, luid will
Mt'fMoftMy'e. HI BmihrnrUoo, of .our
.y.lrtti, ,nd mlrUiain to tljomull MUon.
TM iti ,lnlHyBr, wliw, wllkoot bmU.
ballon, iccpl vj " hortnaiid rau u
jiftiAmt wu dully. o3t
rF.uiiCovuWiOx T.a VoR.vcor.T'l'o
ott wW Uiouto,1 Upko irvtif.od -iu Kry
jMlrkrbrilref Noon& 'lw an ilUUn
SUb the browu aod tbwu bfousbl put by
loa 'a Vlmlla, or Baltkm tor tio li.lr,
fromnaluni'.r Nociuin Audmark It lea, fa
bo, tain ou Ibo rkln, and a ilria4, frana
part nl, and bai tio atxUiwwiti. , ltl . ,
1 Urtd by allidraicjula awl launjf sli deal.
c 1 yw
, Tq roowT. nviol paAbe frockfea ab'd tan
ronttlnlac,,iuriirrTa Molb aodrrNUa
lMim Um f ai m. iua PelTV
isU0n. IUO WO' J c,rc""u' P" namuiw
remedy. I'reparc? JwJ.W'vft fr. ISr7"w
Bondstroot Naff Ioit,SoU bVaU (fmc-
iiiFmrua t)M TM FacovFot ooinodonos.
Idoclc worms, or giwtst, lmiy lornjiuo ana
blotched dUIUruratlona on Uia face, noe Terry's
Comedona and Tliuide Remedy. Bold by all
Vaar WaikLT as trood as CLunmurne? bet
ter than ilaret and much mora healtiiT than
eJUier 1 Uio Fiitq Api'le Champagno Cldert
sold by the NoiUicrn Jproduca Couijiauy, tow
T.unavlvanla aveniift.. ThU cider Is put un
In ijuu)jji4 jjuaru ant) sold bdt toxenor
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