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AinrtiR vuTtHd of the Pcnntrleanla He.
publican Association will be held IhU evening. I
Items A nTow.real eitate events and hroters,
hare far sale a iteamtfal press-brick, dwelling,
mon aobttaiitlat.yba.lt end Mth ell the ronrr
blencei. Tax TK-VrtRiMCt AUiANCt will meet ftt OJron
hill on Thursday next for action on by-laws.
A uxtTitffl of the WublBStm Cltr niherntan
Benevolent Rocletr No. 1 Willi he II thla even
In at Carroll half for the consideration of ihe
T. ltowAnn O tne ha. ereral hundred ton of
white ash anl Henry nay Pbamokin coil. nr
Hire, tgg and stove sixes on hand.
AmtfTWtf li called to the adrertlsemenl of A.
B. Pratt A Co Imiraoee agent. It another
txtTRCcno-f to Fren-ti and ftpaotsh hy a late
I-roffMnr, I'npmtanght to converse ftaentty,
W. V. nrarttTTi, dry good merchant. No.
iin (Urnth aireet. between 1 and K atreeU
northwest, In Mill nelllnir hia Mock at a jtreat
Tni Ktw Colonmah Horn, Philadelphia, Pa
1 connected uy street cara wan ine rwnnra rr.
('kale HI trk af PaBerhanalaae. Af-t
At rcdored price to mike room for print stock,
AtMaaxarrtR, . . .
No. "(Tenth street, between D and K street.
mtirarlnff all ffrariea fif t'lnertltnfflnff and
Indow Hbades; also, choice Paintings, hngrav
ings, I'hromos and inoiofrrapnn, "
Frame, ail styles and aixen, in wainu
Voir. Art Picture Cord mil Tassel.
NaUa, Oold Plated, Tinned and Wire t'entre
I iciure turu, c.
Tnt xi w Coto-mDt IIotxl, Philadelphia, Pa.,
In within fonr blot ki of all the newspape r omces.
Wnn mnannnta tin fiiredtr from the man
fadtarer they get better and cheaper article,
tloiay A Morrill, corner Fifteenth and F afreet,
opposite Treannrr Department, recelra their
watches from their mannfaotory In Genera.
Hepauingdone by skiiifai workmen.
Tiik oatuT KKausn Remrry for Oont and
Rheumatism. Alt sufferers from the ahoTe coro-r-iaints,
either of recent or long standing, are ad.
iIimIIabii lllalr'a limit anJ Raenmatlfl Pills.
Ihrycan ! relied upon aa the moat ufeand
rffertnal remedy erer offered to the public, and
hare been BnivereaUy ned la Europe for many
Tear with the greatest anneest. Prepared be
Paorf A luaaaxr.miStrand, London, Kagian-f,
and sold by nil druggist.
eta Prat Farvoi cahot
la mannf saluted dallr. ami aold at the low once
ot eo cents per pound, at i Pennsylvania are-
Oft o? tni Ban Stocti of
to be aold
by the lit of March.
In regard toprlcenoauch inducement hare
ever been offered.
Noab M'Aiaan tvt.,
Metropolitan Hotel llnlldlng.
fill Tennaylvanla arenne, between Hlith ,
and flerenth atreeta.
H oapnri l-i. iirursv i mi hi if, nm ituhiji
ranla arenne, between Ninth and lenth atreeu,
Uaclllng the flnett French candlea at the low
nnrnf aa eenta nertiound. A call will aatlafT
all that he UaelUng the aame gooda which an
nanalir aold for Itirenla. l.o,rMaA,aofl Perm
aelllngmoremachlnea In It aecond year than
any other sewing machine company ever aold In
Ita tenth rear. The 'Domestic' ha woo thi
aucceaa at a time when competition ta the
atronaeat, and when people are the best In-
lormrn, moat rniirai ani rzaciina, win f
macblnea sell the moat readily, and bad ones the
A word to the wle la anfflclent.
M. P. Adams A Co., os V street, (Maaonlo
Temple.) are the agenu for the MDometic In
Worrit, clean, sound teeth, all may hare by
nilng dally TurKriTON Ivory Pearl Tooth
I'nwdcr: rtrtce. a and BO renu tr ttottla.
U kuji'Mai HixK-arRgADSrajNOTnaMkarLAa.
whenercra piaster is needeit
Price to. ta. and so rents earn.
Ilnmrrt- aofL rlonsr hair all dealra 1L all
may have tt by corutant oa of Tvoxraoxi
lomad Uptime, Price, S3 and M cents per
Ltoirr roLOatD Kid Glorea are rery stylish when
not soiled. JocTEH'a tnodorons kid Olore
Cleaner will renovate them thoroughly: price,
rents per bottle. All sold by dmgitsts and
The. II a mm Htmimtm,
fUtunUy morning lat the Hampton students
were entertained in the Eaat Room of the Ex-
ecntlve Mansion by the Prealdent. The atudenta
anng for an hoar cabin and plantation melodies,
and were hlghlr complimented. The President
expreaeod a rienlre for their succeaa in the noble
work In w hlcb they are now engaged.
In the errnlng Lincoln hall was filled by the
r nolle, and all present speak Inhlgtiterma of
he treat Measure enloreiL Thlarlaaaof en.
trrtainmenu IntrortncMbrthepabllcalngera of
iiuarurr, ii urw inn popuwr, mi, lite mv
Jubilee singers, the Ilampton atndents bare the
grand object In rlew of permanently benefiting
ihetr rare. Tueatlay evening they will slog
again lu Lincoln ball, and their last concert will
liegltenon Wednesday evening. We tnuu they
will be ruobt liberally patronlied, and having
heard them alng we can assure all our readers
that the entertainment ihry afford la of superior
The Thentre CswWiae
nilly. Taator, a comic singer of established
merit ; Carrie Arery, serio-comic vocalist, and
the victcreiu brother, English athlftc, are the
new attractions at the Comlque this week. The
raronte DQtcnman, ueorge P, Knight, remalna,
and Mim Le Roy, Pat Rooney, Ooaa and Fox and
the Mtsars Podr Zanfretta and 811 le Chapman
also continue thrlr engagements. In the good
performancea at the Ciimmne, tn the regularity
of the slage worV anl In the large audiences In-
iniij I'rrwm mum iiKraei tuesk.uisnaex-lrtfm-f
of Illck l'srkr sa frnml rilrH-tnr
Vrlday, the Slat, a grand benefit will he given at
theCoiuiiine totlie Franklin Fire Company No.
i, roiunia; ri ruing nuniniiODininnuiT
.Ileirupelllaii TarUtr Theatre.
Tlie man with the Iron Jaw, Mona. P'Atalle;
the handsome female Uercolea, Milt ABgaia; the
intrepid child Yonder, Utile Zephyr, celebrated
a "The D'Atalle troupe,' appear this errnlng,
and for the week, at the Metropolitan variety
theatre. Resides the troupe, t be names of the
French clown, Tent relit. jaaona Arnohtl and
Louise IHU are on the bills, with all the old fa-
lonira. muniiiT rTroiog air, jirnn roner,
itopnltr w ilh all the patmna of the Metropolitan,
WallU Ne On-rs IUm.
ThM new temple of the drama will be opened
next natnnlay evening. Mr. Joseph Jeffenon
and Rip an Winkle will add to the Interest of
iheeicnt. The sale of seats rommroce at the
opera nousc miamornmg.
The announcement will l read with real In
terest that the achoiirly and eloquent Rer. J, J.
Keane will lecture In Odd Fellows' hall next
Sunlay evening In aid of the "Spalding Temper
ance fiiiardn. Father Keane has chosen for his
subject, "Knglend'e horlal Iuiiie How ahe got
Into it and how ahe may hope tn get out. Light
on this subject H what all ttngllahmrn want,
raov ocgAH to otiav,
Thi evening thi Rer. John P. Newman will
deliver a lecture at Ryland rbapet, corner of
Tenth and D streets ftonth Washington, on the
subject. "From Ocean to Ocean. The lecture
la forthebcneilior Ryland chapel, and all It
frlendi ought to torn out, and beyond this, the
fame of the orator should attract a large an
iiirnro irom an irriioni oi mo ch.t,
An oration la to be delivered IhU evening at
I Incoln bail by Hon. ficth U MlUiken, of Maine,
on the subject of "Arlatocracy,"for the benellt of
of the Industrial Home school. Ticket are M
rents and may be obtained during the day at
Parker's bookstore. Mr. Mllllkrn le 'lure for a
ery worthy object, and ne trust he may have a
rOMUAMT IN tTAM.
TliuriiUy evening next Mrs, T. H, II. flien
hoate, of hah Lake City, delivers her lee to re on
"Polygamy In Utah" at Lincoln hail. This lee.
tore includes her personal exnerlences In Utah.
which are said to be of thrilling Interest. Its-
eerrcti seats ar inraaiB rarsrrs, wsnop
llsisrd's and at WUlarda hotel.
Fred. DeiiHlasa U HI, Paul.
Kmlerlrk Douglass lectured at the opera house
In Nt, Paul on the evening of tbe'th insunt on
"Composite Nations. ThedlstlnguUhed speaker
had a largo house considering the boisterous
weather, aud waa enthusiast trail r received. The
bt. Paul I'm; whktt did sot reach here until
yrstenisy, owing to the severe sttrm, aarai At
the close of Mr. loo glass' lecture last evening he
rivitiv.! a militft Invitation from Mr. Diitcher.
the proprietor of the Metropolitan hotel, to bo.
come hi guest during bis atay in Ibla city. It
ought beit to be said. In explanation of our strlo-
ordinary proceeding of the Metropolitan and
Merchants' hotels lu declining to receive Mr.
IK)Uglass,thatMr, Dutoher, the landlord of the
Metropolitan, was absent when application was
made at the hotel by the committee! that the
itcrson responsible for the offensive action was a
stupid clerk, and that when the fact came to Mr.
Dutcher'akuow ledge for the Urat time through
tbeVruof yesterday uionilng.be at once ex
pressed to one of the proprietor of this paper
early yesterday morning th greatest regret at
the occurrence, aud a de term mat ion to take the
earliest occasion to tender Mr. Douglas the hoe
idtalitles of hi hotel, with hi apologies for the
unauthorized insult offered him by the clerk.
in proof that be "kuew a good deal better bow
to keep a hour than aeemed to be Implied in the
condnct of his clerk, he stated that several years
ago. when thu prejudices against negro blood
waa much stronger than now, he had entertained
Mr. Douglas at hi hotel In Chicago, and that
nowat then he was more tlian welcome to the
best accommodation bis hotel could furnish.
We learu that Mr, Dutcber. In order to do
especial honor to his distinguished ruest, gave a
banquet In hie honor at the close of bis lecture
j t " vi Tri nromlntnt om-
clill wl otter gentlemen to meet him.
The Tlce rrraldcHi liana.
Mr. Cjlfaxoffera forasle hi residence In La
fayette square. It I probable from thl thst he
doea not In irnd tn tbt fature to male Uuhlas-
A NEW SWINDLING DODGE.
TWO SAILORS HOME FROM A CRflSE.
A It af Mnen (14) fer Hm Vr rj Cketip
Tw rnsusperllng Female Ie
t?08, nnJ A p real ! Mejer RlctsarOe
ta Her It nnek-The HalUre Shipped
fee A aether Port
Another of those remarkable instance br
which the credulity or cnpidiry of person ranse
them trt losi came to iisht on Patnrday last.
Atont two o'clock In the afternoon a lady and
her daughter entered police headquarters and
asked to see the Major. That official at once re
sponded, and thsladlei begin the conversation
with the Information that there were a couple of
swindler In town. Althing this was hardly
news to the Major, he begged them to proceed
and tell Mm who the swindler were, and how
they knew them to be such, and the following la
the storyi On Friday two men entered the store
of the two ladle with a package, which they
soon opened and diaplayed a lot of linen gooda,
table-cloths, napkins, 4o which they offered to
sell cheap-very cheap. They explained that
they were sailor Jnst retorned from a cruise;
that the good were purchased U Europe by u
sister o1 one of the men, bnt ahe had died on the
Journey, and ronaeqnently tney most dispose of
them, even at a sacrifice, and they proceeded to
state the price they bad fixed upon for the vari
The ladles didn't want ant roods Inattken.
hat while the conversation was going on two
more men rnierrn ami eiomi looking on lore
moment, and anally Joined In the conversation,
and after talking for a while coaclnded a pur
chase to the amount of someihlnc over uml
anting inai tney nut not nave inemoaerwita
them, but lived at stub a place and would have
the money one hoar later. Thla rihlnt suit the
sailors; tney were In a great haste, had to get
hack to the shin. an4 ttrnhahlr would not be out
again for several days. They were anxloua to
sit, but must hare tat money, and, as a matter
of accommodation to all partlee, tl was suggested
inti inr iMini uit rnarr 01 mvifnoiia
therefor tic, and matin the nroatof
ance when the rood were paid for. This was
eiiaiaciorf iu iif purvnaen WBOurrimrwiiuj
were ready and eager to pay the price when they
got the money In the afternoon, and the ladle
aerlng what they thought a chance to make a
Ruwwrai ni immrj easily, mi nnrr mmr
bait, paid out the money, and took charge of the
gonla. They waited all the afternooa ami a
portion of the day on salnMay for the men to
redeem, and then the truth slowly dawned upon
thrlr mind that ther had been swindled. A
careful examination of the package was made.
nu i no rrwun iiroTruieai at ine rngnrii mariri
rateathe goal were not worth one thini the
amount they hay, advanced, aad then they eon
ctaded to report the facta to the police.
It maybe the men are still in town, and If
ranjfni ran lie rotupeuru in uinjtvrwr, pin mr
i hancea are that the money is an entire loss. A
goo i jeason, oui a coatiy one,
It Is seldom thai a more drearr dar la extte
rleacetlln Washington than thai of resterday.
The cold, hard rain, varied occasionally hy sleet
and anew, kept the sidewalks In frightful condi
tion and the street almost as silent as a "city of
the dead. The pastors found hut a slim attend
ance In their churches, the droppings from the
clouds having more terrors than the "droppings
oime Ranciuar;. nan eiirwiiunK, nTnaiie
nese of the weatLer la something extraordinary,
and rerr mane neonle la ihe rlivare feellavlta
effects. Indeed, the one you meet without a se
vere cold or aome kindred complaint lathe ex
ception to the rule. It la excellent for phvsl
clans, grare-dlggrr and monument-makers, Wt
rather hard tor those who would like to live tn
see the upshot of Ihe Investigations, the up
heaval of thrones, the formation of republics
and all the singular events of Ihe times. If it's
a possible thing for "Old Probabilities to bar
dry streets and clear wratber from the latter
V asblngton, be ought to do it.
Faaerwl ef the Late Her. Y. .lfeLals.
The Isle Rer. Win, McLatn, f nanclal secretary
of the American Colonization H rlety. was burled
ttatarday afternoon from the First Presbyterian
church. The remalna were encased In a hand
some caakst covered wdh flowers.
Rer, Ryron flnnderland, who was assisted In
conducting the religious ceremonies by Kera. j,
C. fmllh, Msson Noble and T. D. Mcralla,
preached as effective sermon, daring which he
raid a merited tribute to the memory of their
lamented Christian brvtner.
1 he following gentlemen acted aa pan-bearer t
Messrs. KerlnaM Kendall. Wra. Copplnger, Y,
It. flelden, Ir. McCalla, Mr. cntu aud Charles
Rradler. There were present In the church Hon.
J. 1L a. Latrobe, of Baltimore, president of the
Colonization Huclely. Drs. Peter Parker, Wra.
Ountou and 11. Mndsley, of trie society, Mr.
Livrjoy and W. II. Campbell. The remains wire
Interred at Oak Hill cemetery.
The Inanguratton committee of the New York
Association have received Information from
Charlea Uelilnf, editor of the Long Island
vriMer, that a delegation from Jamaka Intends
to he present on March 4 to witness the Inangn.
Hon. . w.Itclknap, fieerrtary of War, ha
secured thC balcony la front of Mr. Alexander
rat ceremonies. The drst day It will be used to
witness the proceaelon, and the accom) day for
the purpose of witnessing the rerlew of the
West Point Cadets. The aland w 11 be occupied
by Presides t Ureal and hia Cabinet, together
with the (leneral of the I'nlted Mates army aad
other prominent general who. may be In the
city at the time. Arrangementa are now being
made to elaborately decorate the building by the
Raauway nasi ArcUent.
On Halnnla mnrnlnr aliontll o'rlnrL aa f p
McXamee was driving tbe horse of Messrs.
Johnson A Wallace along the Avraoe, when
wlih the wagon sllnpctl out and let them down able, and weU worthy of a place in any gallery,
on the animal's heels, at which he took fright, I Heat will he reserved, for whk-h tickets can be
sum agon a run down the Avenne, pulling Mr. had at Mr. Harlow's or from the auctioneers.
McNameeout on the wood pavement and In-'The paintings will lie aoM the eveuluge of the
luring him quite severely about the face. TbeiKthand t;ib, aad the engravings chromoa,A&,
horse ran on the pavement In front of Mra.ontietAtn. All of them are now on exhibition
Lowe's trimming afore and was checked by a i at lit F street, ami free to tbe Inspection of alt.
man Juatw time to eare Miss KletkhOffer, who 'Among them are "The Ktorm," by T. Webb;
happened to be passing on the street, from re- "Kails of the Potomac" by J, tt llsout "Keapera
celvlngaerlous Injury, He was then returned nesting, by II. Newell; The Flight Into Egypt;"
to the wagon, the bolt readjusted and the team i TbeBpentsh Loreiw," by Ytllamll; The Birth
passed ou up Ihe Avenue without any further of tens,-(eopy-) Iirterioe of ChapeL" tien
accident. era! Waahlngbm," "thrbtt Walking on the
. - . Water." Mliacchanallan rvene." 'Niagara by
FBlllBaTrairhlMea. Moonlight." "Meeting of Ihe kings of Kniland
Yesterday afiemoon, about 4.W o'rlo. k, a ter -
Hole craah, followeil bra rumbling soun I, waa
heard In the Tlclnltr of F and Thirteenth atrVets,
giving the Impression of a falling floor or sink-
lug In of a roor. Windows flaw up, beads poppeil
out. doors ooened. and neoule came manlne: Into
the street almost terror-etrirken, not knowing
what occasioned the alarm. It waa finally dls-
roveretl that a chimney bail fallen from a house
on 1 blrieenth street, two doors from P. Into a
back area. In which wa a pile of old lumber,
which created the noise. Fortunately no one
waa hurt, the only damage done being an inter-
irrrnre wnn ine uraugm oi ine rnimoer, whm n
told on the (Ires In the bouse.
The folMwIng rases of smallpox were reported
county, which hare all been removed to the hos
pital; one on D afreet, between FiHir-ead-svheif
and Sixth atreela southwest; one at No. Ilia
Kixth street southwest; one al No. ut Virginia
avenne southwest; one at Ihe corner of Fifth and
JC streets soothes'; one at No. tB afreet south
west. The following deaths were also reported:
One at No. oil Tenth street southeast; one on M
street, between Half and First streets south
west; one in Hnoa's row. In an alley between
Twenty.fourth and Twenty-fifth streets north
west; one at No. 51 II street, between Half and
rirsi streets aoutaeast.
Death efn JearnalUt
mi. m.uiui a, miui, ui nail rraui 14.(1, iiini
auddenly in this city. Ills health bad been fall
log for some years, but no Immediate fatality
wa looked for. Mr. Noah was the eldest son of
the late Morderai M. Hoah.of New York, tbe
wen-known Journalist, author, and politician,
aad for many year edited the Han Francisco
Alia CaJiomi. He wrote aereral successful
dramas, and In his ilay occupied a distinguished
and influential position In the poiitlca and lltera-
tnre oi ine rermr voeai. tie waa wen anovtn in
this city, and hi loss wui be deplored by a large,
drcleof frtemla. who aoorecUled his gentle, gen-1
eroua disposition. Mr. Soah wa forty-Uve vcar
of age. and unmarried.
Death of Grerce (leell.
Yeuterday morning, at a.lff o'i lock, Mr, (leorge
floell, one of the proprietors of the "Chens.
Kake,"dledat the residenoe of Mr. (leorge W,
Uer, after an Illness of several weeks of pul
monary affection. The deceased waa a native of
Stanford, York county, Me and came to thla
city some seven year ago and engaged with Mr.
Oeorge W. Driver aa an assistant in his hnslneaa,
which position he held until tbe lftth of last Sep
tember, when he entered Into partnership wlih
Mr. MoUlrand opened the "Chesapeake.' The
funeral will take place from the residence of Mr.
0. W, Driver, on Fourteenth street, near I, to
morrow afternoon, at t.30 o'clock, and the re
malna win te taken to nienwood cemetery,
nritl'a Vecal Cla.
Itl with pleasure that we notice that this In
stitution Is going on splendidly under the skillful
direction of ttlgnor Harm. In another column
win be found an advertisement requiring more
voices for the performance of one of the best
Benis of tbe great Italian composer. Merradante,
The heven Last Word of Jesos Christ," to be
given during Lent In the first great loncert of
that lastitution. All the music iorcra will hear
hi appeal and Join the class, which will be of
beuenl to them, and alio an encouragement for
Maestro lUrlll to give ua often similar eoter
talninente. Itetarnealto Waeklagveai.
Mr. Zack Wilson, for a long I'm an employee
In the Treasury Department, but who resigned
ahout two reara asro to take Chsree of the
Oswego (New York) A dtrtiMr, baa Just retarnnl
with file family, and will remain. Zack save he
likes the newaoaoer Iriialneas. iu if Dr. Kane
found any colder weather at the poie than he
OIl at uswegu. ne waa m wttut w urcii im orrn.
Ing. He wouldn't freeze to death for twenty
A Colored TLie f.
About eluht o'clock on flaturder nleht a col.
omdmau uainel Ham Johnson walked into the
pawnbroker anop or vm. Hmittt, on niniu street,
and, while being shown some clothing, picket)
up a coat and pair of panta aud ran out tbe door,
nurauail h Kmith. whn enllarml and turned him
orer to Officer Horner. He will be brought be.
lore rfunge Bueii inia morning.
1, IU, WtMMtV QIIUIU, VUIUITll -IB, HVIU
through the market about t:B0 o'clock on tiatui
day night, he undertook to lift some rabiiages
from a stand, when Hnecisl omcer Ufftrty lifted
him aad carried him to tbe "Central,'' to await
a call 'rota the Pvlice Court. i
THE DAILY NATIONAL 11EPUBLI0AN,
thi: hi i ci in: or John iiadi-kmi-iiu
No C'aaee fer Ihe Art fahemasi Treat'
nrst by a I,as)dler An Inejueel Ueeseeel
On ftatnrdar nleht. aboet th.to o'clock, a man
named John fvhwarts. keeping a boardlnghou e
adjoining ine Army Meoirai m
aim inini nuur. ami. iivowu
wuo was passing on tae sirrci at toe time, saw
that a man had committed suicide on his back
porch. The omcer immediately gave the inform-
a i ton at inr venirai wianon. anu JJruienaui
Pklppon, Captain Rrock and Hergeant Clayton
went tn Ihe house, while Herreant imnn
startetl in search of a physician, on reaching
the scene of the enlchle a most sickening sight
ww prrnrnirii in inn iirumiier, i ne IDBU IShl on
hi back, with a wide gaping wound In hi
throat. eYOOSln the severed wlnd.nln alowi
moring np and down, while the pulsation In
the neck could be seen, snowing that the last
breath had not yet departed. On the floor was
n lararv xni 01 uimni, Bieanuj increasing in ex
tent br the How from the wound while the
wood-work, trunks and rubbish on the porch
were all bespattered with the same ruby fluid.
On inquiry it wa ascertained that the man,
among others, was a table-boarder at the house,
named John o. Habermehl, generally very unlet
at the table, end seldom exchanged words with
hi fellow .boarder. At the time stated supper
wmoirr, aim iianenneni rime ibhi ibs room,
which Is a basement fronting on the street.
passed Mr. Htbwarta. who sat at the unner enJ
near the stove reading a newspaper, remarking
that he wished logo to the water-closet. Mr. 8,
told Idiii he would and It m a corner of the bark
Krch, which was en the second floor and reached
r a night of narrow step from the basemen.
i ut (ubu m rui y niaim, m wuij irw puovin
had elapseii whra Mr 8. heard a heavy fall.
Thinking that In the dark the man might hare
fallen and Injured himself, wlih light in hand he
horrted up on the porch, which wa lumbered np
by trunks, old stoves, and other article, leaving
only a pasage-way adjoining the railing to the
closet, and there found Habermehl I flog fall
length on the fleor, with a lerrlbie rat aeroae, the
throat, making a mot fearful wound, and
another in each wrist. From the one in the left
wrwi ami mat in ine throat tne wood was now
lug f reelr.
la a short white flnL flartla-an and MrTfttale ae.
rived, and on examining ihe wound found that
the wind-pipe, two arteries and the glstrle nerve
had been severed, and Were astonished that the
man had lived thai hngr (one hear after the com-
ntwina i ine uerti.i ine weapon nuni win i
smalt shoeknlfe, about eight Inches In length, of
thla blade, and very sharp-edged. The physicians
nuaiiv nnrcrtiirtt iu sewing up iar wduqh id tae
When Ihe wound had Wen dressed, which
wsi done with ihe man lying in a cramped poai-
innon ine narmw pnros, Mr( prswins, wua
heart more snsceptn
o any room, saying his boarders would aoi oc
rupy it anerwaniaii inejiiui. rinoma tnai iaia
could not be seenred, the doctor endearored.and
only br demaiiding obtained, a tl on which to
place their patient, and then carried him la the
passageway, where he expired about ltM o'clock
Tritepiaj morn in-.
Aa hni little resoect had been ahowed the llv
lag, the offlcera naturaiir concluded none would
be given the dead, and placing the remalna on
shutter carried them to the Central guard-house
to await the coroner Inquest, llewasatiout
nix ict uiko, nurr narrow larr wi.nraaeeree.
prominent nose, and wore a moustache and full
ihla board. He wa Jioraat Kraakfort-on-t he
Mam, Oerraanr, was almnt fifty-two years of
age, and came to this rountry about Ore year
ago, accompanied br kla family, ftoon after
reaching thla rity, being a Journeyman shoe
maker, he secured employment with Mr.Jamee
H. i ermllya, on Ninth street, opposite the Patent
Office. On leaving work, at a;jO o'rlock yester
day evening he held tworotla of money In his
hand, remarking that one vu for his board and
the other for bis room. He appeared In good
spirits, was not a drinking man. ami his friends
are unable to assign a oause for the rash art, un
less the content wnrrtment of the separation
from his w ire, who returned to Germany some
" ft ecu months ago, caused depression of spirt.
, He has a married daughter residing In Houth
Washington, another daagnvr in Alexandria,
awl a Boninflt. Louis, ait of whom hare been
informed of the unfortunate affair.
At tl oVIork yesterday morning the coroner
viatica ine siaion,aati ajier viswmg ine omij,
deemed the holding of an tnqaest unnecesury,
ami directed that the body be turned over to the
friend of the deceased.
"Tarwy Juatlre la UeroUllestarr CUle
EMToa RirtauriH: The article In Friday's
TtirTaucAx calling attsntion totheMurdyJus-
ikt meieii oai 10 rrvonmoBBrr rwimsuM, an
mentioning the ease of Lieut. rt heaton. remind
me to tell you that other partlee are In the same
category. The heir of Lieut. Col. I'rlah Forret,
of the Maryland line of the revolution, and who
lost a leg at the battle of Uermantowu, ask for
the half pay or commutation allowed htm for
life, but ueverpakl bv the Uovrrnmenu The
facta and Justice of rhe claim are dulyeital
llabed. and two naquallfled reports have been
made by the Committee on nsrotutionary Claims
which have been read, adopted by the Senate
and bins presented by the aarae committee for
the relief of the heir. Every Senator is satisfied
of the Justice and merit of this c im of Lieut. Col.
Forrest, yet action could not be had at last Con
gress, and will not probably at this for want of
tune. The report aay that "Lient. CoL Forrest
faith milr fulfilled his part of the contract-con-
rrrwiouKUi to tiiecnarvv iia pan;- nnera a
hill requiring Ihe proper accounting officers of
the Treasury to pay the heirs the sum of money
honcstlr due them by the Oorernmeat. The re
port has leen twice printed, twice adopted by
the Senate, ami Ilia devoutly to be hoped that
Congress w ill accede to the request of ttenator
-ooi to appomi ua iut imj rnnwurriiwn ni
heirs of Lieut. CoL Forrest. They are In need,
md only ask and plead fer common Justice and
It should lie extrn led by the existing CougrrM,
An lalereatUa; Kale.
Messrs. Latimer A Clear, in connection with
tbeir regular auction and cotnmbuion business,
are having eminent succeaa In sales by auction
of paintings, Iiorsrie and work of art, and on
the evenings of the tub, i;th,and Hth of this
month they will sell from Ihe gallery of Mi.IL
N. lUrlow, at the late Hinlth A Htroug'a gallery,
I ins F street, a collection of palntmgs, engrar
' JS'i, JEI&ZZIZ, u iVh w it
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i Wand aad Deliver,
Yesterdar afternoon Messrs. James Vermllya
and Felix HalUgher, a rommlttee appoints! to
i raise fooda to y tbe funeral expenses of the
late Oeorve HeltertaehL v isllel the hnuae of Mr.
I Ueorge Hastings, on Tenth street, between C
aud D, to solk it auharrtptlons, Jeremiah 6hay
wa in the room at the time, and when Mr,
i itaainigs pisceu a uotiar nnine lame as BIS aona-
refoInjr to deliver the money up, although askel
to do so. The genllemsn then went to Jiwtlce
Plant and procured a warrant for hi arrest,
which waa plated In the bands of omcer Marr.
who served it nn 8hay last night, and conducted
him to the Central guardhoua to await a bearing
ifciuir uir i-nru inin niurniu(.
Thla morning at 1 o'clock an alarm of Ore waa
turned in from box 41, Hlggs' bank, caused by
nre being discovered In ihe rear cellar of
Wetrker'a, on Fifteeenth street, lietweenNew
York avenue and 11 street. A there waa
nothing In It bnt charcoal, hard coal and some
pine board, It is dlnVull to state how the Are
originated. .4 The Ore department responded
Detectives Coomea and Miller fUturuar ar
rested two colored aneak thieves, oamed Dill
Ilurk and ltobert Turner, on charge of stealing
wearing apparel and pievee of cloth from various
slotting slurts arouo-l town. The goods hare
partially been recovered, and the remainder will
be proenred shortly, as their whereabouts are
known, rncy were rommiura io jail io await a
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.."..l? !,K"" "V. fif"f,A.,IfJ.t"
, nm-V'rnSfn ihK 7kiaa.A
hio. He left with his in te re tin famllr foe Mt.
Wrnoii, Ohio, yesterday afternoon.
Wehtre In stock an accumtlttlnn of One Alt,
WoolCiuth, that formerly sold at prices ranging
from into lis, which we have ii'trrmlnei to
claae out at H each.
It Fine All-Wool Coats..
pi. .. Fine All-Wont Coali..
11. . Fine A 11-Wool Coat,, .
I). . Fine AlUWon) Coats.,..
It Fine All-Wool Coats.,..
II. . . Fine AU-tt ool Coats
All other gonla it the same immense redur
Hon. Haili JiaoTBtxa,
W.FA M Northwest corner Herenlh and D st.
Ode's aad Vmi.
All-wool Ceasimere roaU at t
All-wool Caaaimere Coau at IV
All-wool Caasimere vesta at if.
All-wool Casslmera Vesta at I J.
No. la, U if and H Linen Collars, ;o i-euia per
At A, rUU A Co.'i', III Seventh alrerl.
Natlaaal Havlags Dank,
corner of New Tork arenue and Fifteenth street,
pays 4 per rent, per aauam cm deposits for each
calenlsr maout. Haakieg hours t to 4; Petur
days, to a aoi I to a.
A ll r Fine Imch Cheeae
for rvslauraut nee Just received al HplcerM
butter Htore, southwest corner of Ninth and Jf
Pia Fits a Co.' S all-wool Otc rcoau.
The Waahleglen 1ly Ha v lege Bank.
corner of Seventh street and Louisiana avenue
pais; percent. tntereston ell depoalta. Depoa
Ita caa ie mae and drawn al will.
Tub roHrr-PoUAR ready-made Black Dress
Suit, of my own manufacture, la warranted to
equal any ault of Ha price In the country In
quality of tbe material and character of work,
Uxa C. LIXKiriNO,
No. 410 Seventh atreet,
' 1 1 in
w, A. Dntorrnr. at No. 9 Seventh at reef,
trill Continue to sell off Dress flood at twenty
per rfit, discount for one week longer only.
fin H.K-A CO.' t) Pre epilog Overcoat,
AXOTHEE EFFORT TO C0MTUTE IT.
(Unernl C'klpman In the Movement An
Apprerrlal Heir fer ihe Veiled pttaten
congress) n the Tweatr-eea4 f
Frbranrr Iflalery af ihe Work
Determining that l( hr anv possible mean the
congress and people of thel'nltM Plate could
ne to.iiicni to proceed with the work on Ihe
Washington Monument, (leneral N. P. Chip
man on the ethof January Introduced In the
House a reaointlon prorHing for the appoint
ment of a committee of thirteen, whose duty It
should bo to ininlre Into the practicability of
completing the Washington Monument hy the
centennial anniversary, allowing them to report
ai any time ty Mil or otherwise, and setting
apart February tt a the day for the considera
tion of aneh report. The resolution was adopted
and Oen. Chipman made chairman.
Aa anon aa they were appointed ihe committee
met, and as an Initial step secured the services
of competent I'nlted Btatee engineers, who were
directed to at once examine Into the condition
oi ise numiing in reiauon to iu nnrairtlliy, and
to make an estimate of the coat of completing
the oheiisk to the heiaht originally intended.
The gentlemen are now at work on thedaty
assirned them, ami will at an early day he pre
pared u make a report, when a mectiig of the
roramltteendthe National Monnmrnt Associa
tion will he held and some definite plan agreed
npon, but what It will heists yet a matter of
ronjectnre, but that they will succeed In getting
the subject before the country and securing uni
ted rsvnperetloa there can he no donbt, im the
occasion of presenting the report oen. Chipman
will make a brief speech giving an Interesting
history of the different attempts In the mono
meat line, and the fscts and figures in regard to
the uaaalshed abaft.
la after the close of ihe revolution try
war, the Continental Congress ordered thai aa
equestrian statue of ttashlagton should he
erected, ihe base of which should represent Ihe
principal InrMenta of the war. For some reason
the subject was dropped until after the death of
A aahlngton, when. In December, im, Congress
resolved that a marble monameut le erected by
the t'nlted Pistes Oovernment at Washington,
whh'h should commemorate the principal events
f the military and political life of A ashlngton.
This also hung Are, aad In May, lMn, a third time
It was resolved to honor his rasmnry, this time
hy the erection of costly mausoleum, and after
uiklnjrihe subject orer on the 1st dar of Jan
nary, laoi, an appropriation of Stivrasaadi
for the purpose.
Here this ended, and the entire subject, ton,
nntll Hon. James Buchanan Introduced a resolu
tion of inquiry a lo how the House resolution of
1TM bal been carried out. The resolution was
edoeted. ami not bins further done nntll Pebraarv
15, last, when, by resolution, the House ap
pointed a committee to make soluble arrange
ment for the celebration of the centennial anni
versary of Washington's birth, aad also to In
quire what action had been taken la regard to
the resolution of lit. This bore some fruit,
for during the same years oreennngh's statue
w nniereu, ann in ii rnrnpirirw ami pisceq
in ihe rmnnda, where it remained several years,
awl waa then removed lo ihe Kast park. In la4
Congress appropriated 14000 for thepurpoeeof
er-Tiiaganrqaeainan euineoi vtasaington m
Clarke Mills, and after completion II waa placed
la roslthm In the Circle. This ended ail the Con.
Krjoni won in me auape 01 appropriations,
t In ltt. the aereral resolutions of Congress
still remain log nnexcntci, an association with
Ita present name was formed for hnlldlogthe
monument by roluniary contrtbutlone,1 which in
147 amounted to IKkOtin, a sura considered suffi
cient to authorise the lglnntng of the work.
iU4snnarT, mi,uougrea uutnonxeu ine
elation to erect Ihe monument al such a point aa
might be selected. by the President of tbe Tol
led Plates, who selected the "Point," and the
reservation was granted by a formal act of con-
grr-a 10 me pwirij.
On July 4, tut. the cornerstone waa laldtiy
Hon. H.C. Wlothrop,ot Mawu, then Pneakerot,
the 1 1 ohm. The work nmarMsed wen. and In
aont Blx years the shaft had reached a height of
100 feet, at an expenditure of j3n,ia, tbe total
amount of funds collected, Fromvariouacauaea,
only too well known to all, at thla point the work
ceased. In laseen effort to revive It wa made,
the society asking and obtaining an act of Incor
poration from Congress, and w ere making the
necessary arrangement for a renewal of the
snuecnpiions wuen iney were interrupter t.y
the war, and since then nothing ha been done.
The association has now on hand about 1 4,000,
whUh la forested In rood securities, and In ad.
dition to the Interest from these their only
source of revenue Is from the boxes in the
Patent Office aud Hralthsunlan, which yield about
1900 annually. Notwithstanding the fact that
many consider thtre are a number of high
priced sluecuree connected wltb the aaaoclatloo,
iao onij rpenra err 1.11 per ua; tor a watcn
man and tl ner month for a meaaenver.
Tae people of California in ISM paid a poll tax
for the uuuumeat amounting to I10.MI. and the
year previous the leglalature of tbe Plate appro
priated tl,oou annually, but the money haa never
been paid orer, InlsiltheNew Tork Legisla
ture made an appropriation of lft,ooo for tbe
association, but like the California money It has
nerer been paid over, yet It la but fair to pre
sume that as soon a some defluile action I
taken l-oth sums win be forthcoming.
MfcwiM. Hartut A lino, received, Pat unlay,
3,700 bushels of wheat from Alexandria.
Tax ateimir K. C. Knight haa been thiroughly
repalretl, and on Pitnrday cleare 1 for New Yorl
wnn 1 jwj uarrew 01 uour.
iiiuH 1m1.1u.11, (uirrii rut t'mcr ui uru
Men, will give thrlr Bret grand ball to-morrow
.. 1,. w l.,l..u l.-i n.i.. .1 n.
ereningai torresinau-on wnica occasion it la
expected that the opponent of the liquor traffic
win kit me omcr mrir mwi uoerai auppon.
The 111 promises to be one of the moat enjoy
able that has been held In thla city this season.
Tug Right ner. Wra. n. Hare, D. D- bishop of
Nlobera, the first bishop sent by the Protestant
Episcopal Chnirh to the Indians, preached res.
tenia r morn in a in en, onoi rnurca, on wnirn
ocoaslon a large congregation waa present.. The
sermon was of tbe moil Intrre. Una-character.
and information regarding his laitor of the
greate-i importanrt wa im-janeu.
XII 10 COU11TM.
PSepresie I'eurt 4'cacral Term.
All thejaitlces eat In Una on Patorday, for a
tub ArrorrrHKfT or tt duiim.
An application of p. c. Mill for an aonolnt-
meat at examiner In chancery vu presented by
court to he, to keep the number of examiner
within reasonable limits, so as to mike these po-
atuuuH mrraiiT uura.
A rOKKTlBLtlt CASE.
Mr, Cahlll oiitained leave to move a citation to
James Taylor, constable, lo appear and abow
caaae why he ahonM not I removed, alleging
that he had failed to account for some collections
made, and that M. Duffey, surely on hia bond,
Mr.irrM m nr rriiririi inrrrinini,
A N1W a I'lX.
On motion of Mr. Mattlngiy the folio in role
nmn waa aiiuinni;
lna1lrasesof atta'iiment the plaintiff may
exhiMt Interroa-atoriea in wrltlne to the ear.
nlahee concerning tbe property of ihe defendant.
in ua poaeNion or raarge, or nj mm uue ana
daring the time of serving such writ or attach
ment, or at any other time, and the garnishee
saau nie niaaniwrr, uiier oain, in sum inter
roffatnriea within ten tlars.
I f eueb garnishee shall neglect or refuse ao
to do, the court shall adjudge that he baa In hi
paaaeesion property 01 ine neicndani to an
amount sufficient to par the debt, damages and
Interest of tbe plaintiff and costs, and execution
shall Issue aa In other caaea of condemnation in
the hand of garnlabeee: nrotlded that a-roor of
this order he served with such loterrogatnriea.M
ine roan men aojoumea nntu next uuiraay.
PblLsdelpbls CH Lyon, IlillaJrlphla
Urawuer. Ht Loot Jaa F keyea. New York
'nomas vtadjeu, ! it A uowusn, fclarrlaod
ill warrtnirtoDiwf,Oblol)Ba Msrrtnvtou, Ohio
lUa C Warrinjrton, do UN JnrdanTWew York
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(1 II vllL Sw V.fc
tl. bard "A Parker, N J
1 T Losarder, htalnu
W A Move, IkMlon
WH arapbell, New Yisrk
A Dliaafca, tfnrinl
Mlaa tjunia Utwrka. N Y
a u NaiuutUf, a 1
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Vm U Itldille A wf, PbJa
StiaaH N lilddle, do
n niumiT-, nrw inn 11 n adwid, nf ii-i
5'nrmaa. Plllabunr W ra It MerrrU k wf. Ni
I Harriaonh wf.ConuOT Ierlwr, hew tiark
11 Twomblr. Wis Itou Zach I bae, N Y
'iftaloook.ViwYork Mr 0 "ruikUr, do
ran n iuruaoB.wnio a riiaien. uo
aifaseu.NewYork Miaa Hli Hat a.
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A Mltrhell.NewOraeua (I W Caaa. Pxanai Ivauia
i Ii. MiMbrOBaery.llrvtnitit Jndd,new Jersey
IvwJeraey J 1 llanay.
K i Iloud. do P J (Meriiaua, Fran re
Oeo i KktharttMio. I-U1U
MeNlehol, At (- M Ilarker h wife. Maluo
11 Hlaae-hUr, Mar l'4 X t,10?? ork
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W A&iminoua, Boslou
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Af O-NtaLNew Ttork O Welles, ItarUord
?lf Ualea. Hilad-lphU It Ulaley, New Y
W Wbeeler.hewtork M Mowrr.Cirj
(' Ibwton. Ksuaae Mrs llortoo, Ksnai
U W McNeil. Ohio lion A F Perri.Oii
rrvr-iirzrr t a nr'i.Tzr.
hrri . 1 lhu
(I O Frsoch. t irwiula Cbari- Jackn. 1'hiU
K Ardander, Cil) J MeUlcltei, Miaentirt '
E II Chandler, Opisba Jules Ecoffey, Ft Jjramle
ai Ai'iienau, ran
A Flhsrnieyer.M Y
Hod A Haundars k tf,
W J AraiMrour. N O
t barlea 1 bnrnas, Kan
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Jamoa Thoriiutuu. Iowa
Jack Thorliurtoo. do
Mrs Jack TpuringtoD,
ler, New York
aiw n rwiroB, tv
W I) Kenaou, Maaa
W K llarriaou, W Va
J A (lormaji.Lt
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F: U HI
It Uaaks, HlcUmoud Mn
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W F RImonda k wf. Conn J n Day. Pennaj Ivsnls
O p Oslt a- wife, N York A H Duollltla A son, H C
AMO.Nssl.do F Hikes. Alaoama
3 Qouldlog k wife, do t A O'Nial, do
J T Hrde, Michigan A U IVrsoo, Muikitfsu
JDonnell.Malne tJH,Wfrfi tr''ir'L
! T Uos,rblTadeTihla J ryaaitlstuL iToviXnca
. D Moutroee. Iowa br ullsmiltun. U-.vla
karihatn k wilt, ra ilaru E UuldrldVe. thila
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nalelstrom. Boston A f Merrill, ww fork
r" LJi ilS t fHcfcint.do
Irs K MiUlken. do l, Dunn, ttWouri
!' A Cararheil. o H W Dunn, do
Jfp'lbert hanaaa tl Itanvherty, hebrarta
P. Hum r,mn,ia 1
f . It Nichols and wf, M Y A Drown. New Tork
hi fUeotner, A if HmiMh. phlla
fhey, uriatlh, Md it a li JwL Md
i'T.V- IbHhrock, do t'has K Ford, tin
ii im-ifr, Main oimACsaef, Klchmorifl
alncHk-Vwell.lllDMtm John O llrown, tlrUata
1 M ed, Ixnilsjana A (I Foster, Ixnitsiana
It n Vance, N Y ffon 3 FowW, Tenn
UeoMaaon, do II T Anthony, Esnsa
H n Morris, di k Melt ret ner. do
W tpon A wf. Il.lla ft H 11m oft
Oog K Onrdon. II H A lion K H Uollowar, Cal
h u uowaru, mim
n M Onlden, Marl lan-1 F 0 Rnrder, New York
Jll Tnlwller, tjiwtnla
W Bra.lr, Maryland
htths mrim i it rn, Ariansas
iirnnie ujaesann, mtia
4 n uraiton, Virginia
Jo lUrrfa, irrlnla John f Jierrr,
nirnarn. h ii joba prhner,
John li Harmon J, MU
Mrs. lAthroa hokls a reception at her realdenca
on K street this erenlng.
Mr. Arlmlral OoMstiorflngh reeelrea ai her
home at the Nary t erd to-day.
Mr. Thomas Wilson receives on Mondara af
her pleasant hnm on t street.
Mr. Justice Hunt will hold her deal reception
or me season at w orroieya to-day.
Mrs, neneralZellln and Mlaa Zellln receive at
the Marine barracka this afternoon.
The ladles of 1 he Nary Yard, with hue or two
exceptions, bom receptions to lay.
Mrs. W. R Hhaw'a weeklr recent Ion will be
held at her parlor at Wlllaei'a to-day
Ma. K. C, Ingsrsoll recelreaeanenar her real-
T,nc No. 1403 K street, on Mondays,
Mrs. Justice Strong and the MImc Ptrong re
ceive irom 1 to b ociock this afternoon.
Mrs. Thomas F. Tvdloek is' at hom to her
Men is Mondays, at No. - M street.
The long-expected marriage of MisaThurman
ui, it is reported, ie criebratM this week.
Mrs. Jatlc Bradley and Mlaa Bradley receive
on Momiaya ai taeir residence, no, ni I atreet.
Mra.Oea.Dana and daughter rerelre at their
residence ra First street, Capitol nill,onMoit-
Wra.J.0. AlUt, of Connecticut avione. Is en-
lertainiut mim Taylor, one of the belle of Cln
Mr. Justice FeU will not he at home to-day.
having discontinued hr receptlnii for (be
Mr. Jnsilce Hwarue, a wlaied bv her daughters.
receives to lay at her elegant residence, No.
lias K street.
Mr. Booth worth held a rery pleasant reception
on Saturday at Prospect Cottage, her Oeorge
Mr. DinlelDjnzhMr sireadioj'Tn a num
ber of dMUngalihfrt gntleinen at Wiltard's on
Mrs. D. C. Forney an 1 daughter were at home
on Saturday evening, and entertained a large
number of their friend.
Mrs, Mary Clemmer Ames was at Mrs. n rant's
reception on ftuarday, the first, we bellere, she
ha attended thla aeaaoo.
Mr. B.C. Sparks and MlaaKmma Sparks, of
New York, are gout of Mr. and Mrs. A. II,
llaskin at Win MM hotel.
Miss Francisca O. Lan dng and Mr. H. L, Per-
rinc, I'nlted Bute nary, will be married at St.
John's church to-morrow evening.
MUi Fannie Bjyntaa, Mlaa LHI Curler, and
Mr. K A. Barbank, of Chicago, sre guests of
Hon, w. h. uncain, on ctpitoi iiiil
Mr. General Sherman hold her usual Mondar
reception to-dky. Khewlll heasalstei hy her
arcompiianmi auia, mim rjnnie wneian and
MUs Llxxle Hhenaan.
Mrs. Judge lUchanlaoo, with her daaghter.
Mlaa Isabel lUchiMloo, and her guest. Miss
Harnett, were among int society urorttra pres
ent at Mrs. uraat a Hataroay recepuon.
Madame K. 1L Savage's reception 00 Satur
day! Is among the most brilliant of tbe week.
The la ly Is an accomplished hoi teas, and a great
favorite In Washington aorletr, while her
imitnieiare tnrsni'ti iuinsui taate ana ele
gance. Madame Bouilgney aooit expect to receive as
a guest Mr, w estintreund, the Siuthern au
thoress, a tidy noted ai well for her aortal qnil
Itlea as for her Uterarr abilities. Mr. Wrtt
morrlandhaa a wotkln press, which will soon
be Issued by a well-known publisher.
Hon. Horatio King's Saturday errnlng literary
reunion waa one of the pleasantest of ihe series.
A large number of visitor were present, who,
after llitealng to the reeling of an Interesting
paper by Dr. Tiffany, passed the remainder of
the evening in conversation and In listening to
the meslcal portion of the entertalameat.
Mrs. Senator Spragne held another of her de
lightful reception on tuturday, which vu at
tended by nearly all the InJera of Washington
society. Mrs. Spregue U Justly accorded the
compliment of being one of the must charming
entertaiuers of the capital. Society la anxiously
awaiting her annual spring entertainment, which
la looked upon as the brtliunt culmination ut the
Onrsoclcty people will te kept pretty tuny
thla week. Thla erenlng occurs the reception of
Mr, and M ra. utnrop. 10-morrow evening Mrs,
McCook haa a reception, and the New York As
aoclatlon have a hop at Masonic, ball. Mlaa
Taurman, 11 1 aiso reponeu. win urn inameu on
TuasiUv. On Wedaewlav Ihe (L V. V. Hoclelv
have a hop at Sheldon's, and the New Jersey As
sociation a fuii-drcas hup at Wiuard'a, On Fri
day evening oecurSpeaker Blame's laetreeep.
Hon, Oeneral Sherman's reception, Mr. and Mrs.
niuiam riuintf 1 rcvruuua, aau aire, juicni
party. On Saturday evening entertain meats
will be given by Hon.noratio king, Mrs. South
worth and Mrs. Fornev. These, with the mane
day reception, will gne the belle and beaux: all
me rxrnrmrai mrj rain puaamij nratrr,
Mrs. President Grant's weekly reception waa
held rn Saturday last, and waa largely attended.
As the season draws to a close Mr. Grant's re
ception become tdore popular, and each ireek
wltnessr a larger attendance that the reception
S receding. The rooms were, as usual, taste.
illy decorated with flowers and plants, a large
bosh of pink alalia la full bloom being greatly
admired. Mrs. Grant waa assisted by a bevy of
Deaouiui isutea in me omcr nameui airs.
Senator Cole, Mlsa Nellie (I rant, MIsaMedllL
Mlaa cole, Mlaa Lory Worthlngtou. Mlas Nellie
Murphy and Visa Potter, Mrs. Grant wore a
rich black velvet costume, trimmed with t-oitlr
lace. Mrs, Senator Cole iu attired In an aahea-f-roaea
moirt mtiq, trimmed with light blue
Bilk. Mlsa Nellie Orant wore a very pretty coe
tume of lavender silk. Miss Media's dress wa of
Jraoock-wue sua, wnn a velvet rest of a
arker shade than the silk. Mlaa cole was
attired In a neert-colored silk, with a vauxa ile
rhambry overvklrt. Mis Wortblngton waa at
umiio BiignipuKBiia, as waa aiso miss Mur-
Ry. Miss potter's coetume vu of blue silk.
is la lies were all in a pleasant humor ami
received rerr aracefuilr. President Grant and
General Babcoi k were also In the party of recep
tion, tbe whole forming a distinguish! array
whk bit required some nerve to fare In a hand-
saasins; iour. inoeeo, manj rniemi ise aoors
trith the evident Intention of Ivlng presented,
hut their oonrege seemed to fall them aa they
Surveyed the formidable party to which they
were expected to pay their respects. The Mea
waa a Hue piece ol strategy, worthy of Oeueral
Grant himself, for it at red the reception party a
freat deal of fatiguing handshaking. The l'rea
leni received those presented In a lordlal man
ner, and (leneral Babcock displayed his usual
gallantry and attenticn npon those who whis
pered tbelrnameslnhlaesr, A pleasant feature
of the occasion, and. Indeed, of the receptions
which have preoeded that of Saturdays, waa the
ree which Mr, Dent, tbe venerable father fit
ra. Grant, held all by himself. He waa seated m
a sofa near the President, and hut white hair and
tood-natured f see attracted the attention of all
bo entered. A large number of tbe rlsitora
seemed to be personally acquainted wfth htm,
and paid him marked attention. The young peo
ple In particular appeared to hold him in high
esteem, for they shook hands with him very cor
dially, the old gentleman returning their greet
ings with equal fervor, Tbe attendance, aa we
before remarked, waa even larger than on the
rirevloua eoeaaiona, among those attending belag
ncluded nearly all the principal people of tbe
capital. To give the names of those present
would but be to reproduce our former lists. Mrs.
Grant will continue her Saturday receptions, as
uiuaL. until further notice,
Uvlaar hy It nie,
Alexander Roberts, bom In Detroit seventy,
two year ago, died the other day In Leeds, Eng
lane, HI father took him to England when hot
a hoy, and soon after set him np la basin,
with the positive injunction never to spend more
than eight shillings and sixpence a week. Hob
erta adhered closely to his instructions from that
time to hia death. He construed the rule to In
volve the rent of hi store, and an in a little
while, when lucrcaslng business made htm en
large tils atora, he gave up any outside home aad
lived and slept there. Aa rents rose and bla
rmstnese, second-hand clothes selling, Increased,
he had to cut down bla food expensva still lower,
and to move Into narrower quarters. Thla he
did time and again, until ai the close t( last
summer be was nearly starved to death. Ills ac
quaintance Inally on day found him prostrated
entirely by the overwhelming tilth of his narrow
home and the lack of all nourishing food.
They persuaded him to buy soma medicine,
tKit when he got It, It only gave him an appetite.
lie could not afford to buy any food after paying
for the medicine, ao be wandered out to atioree
cheat ant tree and filled himself wltb It luscious
fruit. He returned to hia home and died there.
Tbl lathe brief atory. lie was reputed to be
worth at least Iwm.oou, but hi early row was
kept to tbe end, and ao long aa be existed It waa
never at a greater expense than eight shilling
and sixpence a week. Hie Instruction were to
jtre for that sum, and he thought he obeyed,
tet living for that sum caused hi death, and U
Ueoomea a question for tbe logician whether
the nun did not by dying disobey orders. But
what will be of more Interest to the on wise la the
fact that Hoberts-ha left no heirs, except auch
claims as can be advanced br a natural son who
I somewhere in America. Have we not a
"claimant ' among nay
who checrfullr navs her little 130 One arerv time
ahe feels like beating the unfortunate man she
FEBRUARY 17, 1873.
NOTfir OP TIIK DAY.
cittroixu Is Importing c0tCh servants.
IOWA la going tO hare Its eanana taken ihla
Indi '0Ut lani logrow roffoo In
OHIO U ImriOllme NnrweaWna !. .lmoiti
TitX recelnla at a fnui Mii.. 1. r.i.i.-.
werelT.nno. """ "
KITa Americana liti. h- ....
conaunVinopie. i-,, ...
i.nn are plenty and cheap In Mai n, hut ihey
re law by the salmon, '
KfW.ftftCVY It.tnfnw tlllln Knilniu I. Ik.
baked earthenware line.
CAHF0HN1 la lakinr maaattrai lAiliLhtp
woods with wiH turkeyh.
Oni famllr have occupied Ihe throne in Japan
for twenty.flre centuries,
Mraogans are admitted to ball In some part
of Iowa, bat chicken thieve are bung on eight.
A Kansas dsotisl urea ont hit par for pulling
teeth in vriater roots and other agricultural pro-
A CniClflOhnf aI ermtttn eriAan .llallHn avl.
Ilea of floas If Professor Agasali Is to be be.
Tm tmilavllle rvorHt..,....! ,h.ii. k
Jurr packing haa bavoue as ranch a business as
fish ranght on the ensst has made It debut
IX Aaeelea. Cal aa nnnlnt tnatmal.1 with
a Roman nose.
letOteil to each Other Si When twnnf Ih.mnnlli
gainst a third,
A Clan welahln one nonnd and six ounces
excites the astonishment of the descendants of
ine 1 iijrnm at njmonin.
Tub avenge Masuchusett girl dont want any
tetirr facilities for el kiln g down hill than a vaU
11 h with a string tbrungh It gills.
Yordnnt hear Michigan making much fuss
about the matter, bnt, nevertheless, ahe ha
sixty mnnlerera In her state pruou under life
"tJY,lLf!ntlnnelnt.a are all (ha raa haw In
PrensTtranle, it being optional with the mem-
i-rra tit ynj iut IMeir.wniBhf fBfSH IS lirSOX, Or
have It cbalkcil down, "
Tng Wisconsin legislature has ternre It a
proposition declaring it a misdemeanor for a
niaie onwr r or meroeer 01 ine ieif latare to ac
cept a free railroad pasa, -
Thk qoesilon I lelng debated, "Whr not hare
wMiAtena innsiian AsstMiationsy" That's so.
Old men somen roes stand more In need of con
trolling Influences than young men.
SmFiiurctscotKSare essrtr detectel on ihe
eastward lound tralna of the t'ulon Padoo rail
road by the strawberry marks on their shirt
btMoma and traces of let t nee on their chin whis
ker. OMiKorsaorKM come from Alhanr, and It Is
said that abnsneea will I, dull. The rail read
king bar decided bottohny np the Legiaia'
,ui v i iiu rnra
they are paeaeil
Ttian men nmlertook Ihe feat of walking a
mile (mine snow barefooted In Indiana. They
harw their meals sent np now, and rant get one
foot into a pair ot the largest-sjied aiippera to be
found in me state. "
, Srrnwaa the rush to view Ihe dcadlndyof
fiuis Napoleon that aereral women were In
jured In the din reruns crush at the entrance
gste. and one of them had botn her arms
wrenched from Ihe sockets.
Tg power of the State Court of Criminal Cor
rection to Issue a writ of Aeates frvu against
the commandant of the f eJerai arsenal la In issue
al RC Louii and the Government ha sent a rep
resentative to defend tbe rase.
An F-ngHah Immigrant I reported to bare
"swapped" her Uiijr for a doxen of porter on the
passage hither by the Cuba. Aa the child waa
McUy, she prolahlr thought that her getting
stoat would save It from small Mer,
Tug latest sure cure for consumption I from
German r. and consists of raw beaf and onions
mt line. It la also said to act as a Bpeclfln for
lore-eickness, ann win develop incipient longings
for divorce In any welbrtguuted family,
A rouraNT or Chicago buffalo banters ptsyed
sad havoo with a farmer's herd of baaf rattle in
Kanaaa recently, nearly every Nlmrnd In the
patty having begged three or four nice fat steers
oeiere ine owner came ana sponeo ine sport.
Tat wife of an employee In one of the Pitti
bare mills heart nff the noise of the recent eitiln.
ion instantly fell tm her knees and commenced,
to pray, and Just then a too pound fragment of
boiler crashed through Ihe room In ibe place
where her head would have been had she tre-
TBI Boston JnvranL In moralizing orer the
alarming mortality record of New York, saya
inat wiinin ine iaai year mat ruj nis nsn "every
form of ill Which floahlahelr to. exrent alranvii.
Istlon on the scaffold. Perhaps the absence of
inaincipaMj acroani ior ine sixiy-uine uraiDS
A woMis near lUrtfonl recently took a friend
less boy from the town-house' to lirlng np for
the ministry, hut the experiment proved a fail
are, a the child froaa to death last week. The
remaie pnueninropist wui aee the urns when to
be froxen stiff wilt oealntnry worth hankering
after. Vankurg Aeiea.
ALocxrosT, N, Y., youth hels the canie of
rruguiu j aiaui.ii.H uuiwir ine rnarva uiiriag
aervice and going home with the prttlcst girl as
eoouasBne romrs oni. line young man, w no
hail been cut out In thla war aereral times, aava
he la afraid he Joined the rhnrch on week too
Buon,nnirpa ne ran rim a nine wnen ne goes
Tarru covered with Indla-rnMier arehlghlv
reoommended br a Western inventor, noi onlv
for the convenience of the trarelliif public, but
forth a tot raiiwav employees, it T said that
with a little practice one of these trunks ran le
maile to liounce Into a bargaga car wlltaont
using any more force than l expcoJed on the
ineissiic articles now in nsr f 1
Soux time ago a hen In Thorn ast on, Me., was
heard to cackle regularly rry tlay Hean-hvrai
repeatedly rele fur the eggs, but without auo
ceeo. Soon btdly began to grow plump and
fat, aad as ahe was of no beneut to the thrifty
housewife she cansed her to be klllei. lPn
dressing her the mystery wa sorved; for -within
her were found n good egg. Tfext!
In the northern portion of New York persons
are aoinr about with baskets, and nlrklne nn the
partridges, which, nearly starved for want of
food, are too weak lo n or to run awayj Vanaeri
are teetllng these blnla and other kind in their
terne and abcnltbetr barn yards, and the poor
little creatures usually aoithnid and ahe, hare
become quite tamed by cold and hunger.
siNd Kapoleon death country physicians are
growing eraxy orer the caaes of embolism devel
oped ihroughoat the land. Last wrek. In Ohio,
a young lady died from what a round-headed old
doctor said waa "heart klot or etubyoilani of Ihe
main flue of the heart,'' but she revived in aa
hour, and It waa found had been temporarilr
choked by a chew of gum which ahe bad a wal
lowed. TnxBt-Louls x-MACMf ta reaponalide for the
abatement that an Iowa boarding-house keeper,
who live near a glue factory, make a rery
luscious article ol jelly-cake by taking cold
buckwheat rakes ana piling them up with alter
nate layers of glue. A neat top-dreealngofpul-
TcnieurnaiK sets memoir, and tne boarders
mouths water uutli they bite into ihe deceptive
Kiw OKLtahft la In team. The fat white beef
which waa to take part la. tbe Mardi Gra prooea
cession died en route totbatcity.ihe whole west,
era country had been thoroughly searched to ee-
rn e pirnnm annua, man wnen louna a large
pni-e waa pam iur aim. lie was pure WBlie,
ta paid for bun. He wax pure white,
I pmportlona, large slxe ami weighed
Bda. He waa shipped from St. Louis in
dlUoa, hot waa deulned on the route.
ucam waa caueeu dj 100 mnrn latigne. now.
erer, another animal haa been obtained, bnt in
ferior in all respects to the first one,
TlX "Lines' OU 'The Storm Fiend In Uinne.
sota" are very good, but we cannot harrow up
the feelings of our aubscrlbera and chill their
Mood with such froxen gore. The hardest
hearted man about the establishment (the collec
tor In the rountinrooni).reaa thoue liuea and
the froxen tears rattled down on the Boor off his
face like ball. The Immortal author, J. Kpami
nondae Brown, (domesticated under tbe name of
Jake,) will excuse ne. When we want original
poetry of that sort we lust start our bux saw, and
cal a few length off from the Agrtcuitnral lie
port of our beloved country, (We " (')
A coaamrojfDXNT, writing from Jacksonville,
Florida, February a, aava: Thla la a anrlngmonth.
Ycgriatma is starting everywhere. While the
ntgbta bare been cool and damp, the bright sun
which we get nearly every day nuke 11 pleasant
to be out all winterDecember and January.' 1'
cool we get la the aunt If too warm In the aha'.e
of the eplendld evergreen oaka with which uiir
atreeta abound. The orange grorea err the
great attrartlona of Florida. When I camr most
of the garden showed tree full ot ripe fruit,
now gone, yet the green fruit la coming on. I
waa up at Mandarin, (the winter homed Mrs,
Stows.) where are more lean one hiindisMl traaa
twentv years oil full of ripe oranges the most
heaatifal sight J ever looked npon'
A aiyetery In the Albany Peat Ontee.
On tbe morning of tbe Itth, a reported by the
Albany A rgus, a dbvorery waa mad In one of
the upper rooms of the exchange tmlldirrg. used
u a post ofllcc, which haa aitonlahed and per
plexed all beholleri These rooms hire been
closed for seredieen veara. an.l ih kee whii-h
unlocks them haa been always In charge of the
uiiii'ieia wi mo iiuiiiunin JCl ou procccuing 10
the rooms, as stated, the clerk who entered them
saw a spectacle which would furnish an admir
able chapter In a aeo.net to "The Myaterles of
I'doipbo." The, lose of the room waa covered
with packing cases, rttrlnl carboys, old paper,
maps, ae. Iu one of the cases wax found por-
..uu. v, a luiNti Btcaui-vuiuT, iu Tariuua ria
of which Were aa bright aa If they had been put
urr uui tow uii iwiure, i ne mjaiery, now
ever, was not ao much on the Door aa It wu np
among the rafters, for on casting hia eyes upward
the clerk aaw auapended from one of the rafters
Immediately nnder thla skull, npon the floor,
were found a wltbsred arm, hand, aud ahonkter,
while near by waa one-half of the riua. liut
more mysteries yet remained to be developed.
Near the door waa a bog, la which were dlacor
ered a large quantity of cinder, soma small coal,
and plecea of charred human bones, showing
that an attemnt had heen mtitu to hnrn th
bones. The skull waa taken down, -nd It was
Been that the stall had been sawn la half. Tbe
discovery of an empty mahogany Instrument
ease, on which lu printed the name "Ur. Klpp "
two parenmeot ucwmoi me aeventeenth cen
tore and a nnnilter of bottlea containing ihmi.
rale, together with old chimera used In photo
gra phi ag, and many other articles mads up the
sum total of the contenuof the gloomy apart
ment. The musty parchment give an antique
flavor to the surroundings ot the case, although
It would of coarse be rash to relegate tbe whole
mvsterions matter to that time, now long passed,
.HhAM ilfc.... Ill V.l ,1.- V"
i mm ivi v w im kiug.
- e 1
Tig COXIKO. rKIZg Ffairr. The artlrlea In the
proposed prlae light between George Seddona
and Arthur ChamTiera, for tJ,00Oandth Ugbt
welght championship of America, were signed
In Taj lor1 hwtet, Jersey City, on Friday, The
fight Is totax place May si, within nraulltt of
NewTtork. Ihl prlnclpau are to toaa for choice of
ground fifteen daya before the ngbt, and tbe
winner la to give ten dare' notice of tbe locality,
Tbe men are to fight atlito pounds, to be weighed
on the day before the flgbt, and are to be gov
erned by the new London prlza-rlng rule. The
tint deposit of Hue a aide waa put up In the
han.la of tbe editor o the OUpptr on Frhlayr A
flnaiaiakchoMcrUto.be agreed upon Ate days
""" i nm, ejitH ise lasi uepoaii i ig ot
a nonuioLB tni'iu,
A Falhrr Cfanrged with Incest vrllh bis
A dispatch front Newport, Tthode Island, dated
itnnlav. aavat A sensation la in raaitinau tnr
Saturday, says t A sensation I In readiness for
Ibis stai-l old city br the set to-day, by the arrest
of one of Its widest known ettliens, aged ahout
OUT year, named AHert 11 Kssex, for therrlme
of Incest, he having. It la alleged, been holding
Intercourse with two of hia daughters.
-j ne warrant lor nis arrest wa msuci iy i uy
Manhal Himtnons jestrniar afternoon, on com-
plaint of the famlly.and only charges adnltery
with a iianghter aged about nineteen, Fjisex is
engagdlln the double nernnatlnn of a school
matter at Porismouth, Ithnde island, and as a
manufacturer of certain mbber gooda which find
a market through New York channels. He lives
on Broad street, In thla rlty, and comes from
i-onninoinnrara evening on ine irrigni train,
M hen the train arrlveal as nan a I tn-nle-fit. ran.
tain Hammond took F-asex In custody and to the
station, where he waited till qnlte late for fruit
less attempts to secure the rtqntred fit, (ion hall,
after which he wa lodged In Newport Jail, to the
seeming great relief of the family, who assert
mai nie rruiira ui wnirn ins muirr IB auege.1
Kilty were permitted through fear of bodily
rm, and that for a longtime the family has
been In peril till further mnoealment wan nn
bearable. The prisoner wa greatly agitated while
In the station.
Tne date or the charge on which he la arrested
I December In, Hi?, lie Is well known in maav
New England cities, where he soil hia rubber
goods In person. Ills examination will take
place on Tuesday next.
The sudden termination of hi career I brought
about more direetiT bran attempt npon a third
and ywungeat daughter, aged about fifteen years.
Mrs. John J.frllienaea.
The St. Lniil fir niArntr, referring to Ihe death
of this lady, eavat Mrs. Crittenden wa a native
of Kentucky, where ahewa educated and re
mained until ihe removal of her father, (if,
James W, Moss, to Mlsaonri, Just before ahe had
attained the are of womanhood.
H mealed and reared awar from cities, the
social and fashionahie career of the subject of
tbl Bketrhtaall the more remarkahle, and per
haps significant. Her early married life, to a
young bnt promising and highly-educated physt.
clan, waa hanplif passed amid the quiet scenes
of a village life, where her character waa formed
among friends whom ahe had nerer forgotten la
her subsequent brilliant social life, After the
death of her first hnsband. Dr. Daniel P. Wilcox,
she remained In the setinalon of ihe rnnntr
until ahe became, at ihe age of thirty, the bride
of Gen, Wra. II. Ashley, a wealthy and distin
guished clt lien of st, Louis, and then in the I'nt
teMSiites House ot representatives.
lmmettiaieiy aiier mis marriage, sir. Aaniey
waa ushered Into the society of Washington,
then adorned hr many women of education, In
tellect and refinement. Her remarkable beauty
and trace at once attracted treat attention, and
and very noon her tact and mental accomplish
ments but, above all. ihe simplicity of her man
ner, her dignity or deportment, and kind con
sideration for others made her welcome every.
where, and ahe continued for twenty year to be
the favorite In the moat elegant and refined
circles of metropolitan lite. Sith a familiar
knowledge of the British elastics with excellent
Juiigment and great discretion, her conversation
was el were polished, charming ami impressive;
and while her toilette exhibited great elegance
and taste, her aortal success was achieved by ex
qnlsite tact and elevation of heart and mind,
rather than by the more rtatxlingbuf frivobma
refinement or fashionable life.
Her long residence In Washington cite fa
miliarlxed her with the distinguished men and
leading families of every section of Ibe country,
and those introduced to her in the moat casual
meaner were generally astonished to And that
ahe knew them, their fatal ilea and friends, Hhe
raretr forget anything ahe had ever heard or
knew, except such things a were nnplrasant or
disagreeable, and these things She speedily for
IP". In mainre life she married Senator Crittenden,
of Kentucky, and adorned bin almplei borne in
Frankfort, Kemncky, with ail of the graces and
attractions which had mads her ao ennsplcnau
at ashlngton city, tier remarkable 1 ersatuity
adapted her equally to all ranks and conditions,
and Ihe hospitable fireside Of Mr, Crittenden,
when he waa at home, waa rendered more
charming by her domestic knowledge and ac
complishments. After his death, New York itty became her
home for eight years, and there she found many
who had known and lored her In her earlier
career. Xrery Saturday waa her reception rtay
throughout tbe year, and Btraagers and rtttxrua
alike paid homage lo one whose life had been
dlatlngnlshed by refinement, hospitality and
She died suddenly of apoplexy, on tbe t rnlng
of the sib Instant. Her funeral, at her late resi
dence, yesterday, was attended by a large con
course of the most prominent citliena of St.
WnrCirTAiM Tuokmb waa Pbouotio. At a
meeting of the police board yes terd By rwpinn
tendeni Thornet of the street-cleaning bureau,
handed In hia resignation, which waa accepted.
The name of Thomas W. Thome waa then
handed la aa a candidate for the position ot pa
trolman 00 the polloe force, and an appointment
rnsnd. The grade ot the roundsman and ser
geant were duly attained and anally lergeent
Thorne was appointed captain and detailed to
act as superintendent of the atrert-cleanlng bu.
rean. These manoeuvres caused considerable
comment when Ihe facta leaked out, bet not
withstanding ell surmises tn the conlrarr II la
understood the object of this appniutment waa
u iiiri.ir inr me ill ion ui i nunif m ine police
force on the passage of the new charter, he hav
lng tirtuallrreslxuedlhe noaltlnn of Insnertor
of police on taking charge of the bureau of street
cleaning. A. )', KW', llA.
A Man KtTXK ar Woi.rrji,-fln Monday last, aa
a German fanner waa coming out of tbe wmaia.
BMutu in nn mura norm 01 rr rry a mills, ne
found a man's boots, wlih the feet left In thatu.
panicles of clothing, a few bones, a dead dog,
and two dead wolves. Signs of a terrible strug
gle were all around. The unfortunate man1
name la not known aa yet, The anppoeitiun Is
that he wa going from a lumbering camp to
another, when Ihe wolves, who were slarvlngon
account of the deep enow preventing them from
running down their game, overtook him ta the
rwwi uciore ne rouui nave lime 10 cumn a tree,
and devoured him. The atorrta ttmlallv tro
a the wolves are famishing, eni will attack
Mujiuuig at luia nine. .ir iv itomwn H14.) limn,
GRANDEST SCHEME DF THE AGE
$500,000 Oaali Gifts.
tt IOO.OOO fr onlvfilO
taH,2?iw.SmlhT "P leataUUre act of March
Is, isji, tbt trust aea now announce
The Third iirani CHIt Cencett far Ih
ueaeflter the ruVHeUbrarr
To ronje off In Library Hall, at Louisville, Kr on
TtioMlny, April N, 1N7II,
At Ibis Concert the beat mnaleaJtaUallhalan l
Srociired from all ansot tbacounirjr will add pieae
?y fi ft?l"tato,,f?,',w A THOl'rfANll
., A8,l llVTH nrmrsting a vaat total of Klf a nuT.
It".!4?"? fprwr. via be dMrlbuted by lot W
t liht of Girra.
One Grand Caah (lift a
One Oraud Caah Oift ,..
Owe Grand Cta Oifl . ,.,,.........!!!I. .
One Grand Caab (lift, . -........
IM Caah (lifts (4 abOUO eat h ..11.!!!!!!.!
Wllaah f Ufta (5 Z each ,"'"":.::
luCah (lifts of & each ....iM!!!;!!!' !
m Caah (lilts of kHeaeh,.... ...II"!..
IwiCaahlliliaor luOeaah ..,,. ...,... .
.oug Cash Uif u U lileai'h.,.!. ",. ,",
To prort , is means for this maa-niAfent Coocart.0
lundrri tbmiitatid tick eta only will blaaud, lerve
n -:"" " ""H fcVfir rifTaETn.
Whole tickets aio,halvee,aa,aud (marten (IU
Eleven whole tlckeUfof Uu. H Aian. oolaM
than aiuuordere. Nothing eonld U more apuroprt
ate for rewnie than rickets to tola tauypiet tjf wealth
er.mo,X..hi,'r. IT,"i graudrr eaUafactory re
an ta. The oojerl of thia third (lift 4!oaoert lalhe
ik ik ti C kf R ""J'fw rumie laoranr
it and endtfwmeulor UiePuhlieUbrsnr
r, whteE, hr the epectai art autnorlLliur
1 for Us twaaai. Is to be f srene im uVUl
vc .-. : zj- rj -.'
ouurna or even Stale. This CpnoertuiU be eon.
B,,j!ri.i,lkfJtw, .? second lierctoiure rti en,
and full partlculara of the mode of drswlmr Ihe erlf u
and ai1ntf tbaia aud evi
idlnrnf the actutue. from beeiu.
rpntklUbed Intheormor a etc
ki rud. are unw n
c4lar, which 1U be lurnlaued frtanf m
arhii kinilr. Tha mllra m.n
-re 01 cm 10 any
nt of thu under
uainr naaikeeneennnllled brl
le (lovrrnor of Ken.
iiu-aT. wMum an ooniniuui
IO" 1 tn 1
t Concert auooM Im
nikiu AaiitinuiHrnui ukvi,
Tlikela are now read for sale, and aU orderafni
thrm.or applicsiiona for agenclee, rlrruUra, infor
WiMI.si.4c.atll meet with prornvt auenliou vtbri
addreaaed to me aa below dlreeteX
1 THU. E. IIAHUTTf, UBIUILLE. IT.,
JanaWARSiu Agent rubric. library Ky.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
.Tlikeu are now read for sale, and aU
Inlif.eei hy Mm A albert 1 7 and Drawn la
I'ubllc la ht. rents.
QRANO SINGLE NUMBER SCHEME.
OUXW O. TO VX DBAW rtllllUAIir fA, UM
0,880 rriaee, Aneeallej le 9300,000,
a i-risee of'.'..".'.'.
M trisee of.
M lir ui hi Ibl
au lwi ifisfw of..,,,,., jow
"aMv pwa ., W
Tickets, 10 lUlf Tkhcla, fif Qaanere,
tar-Oae lotteries are chartered br the RUte. are
aiwaridrewaaltaeunie uanwd.aad all draw)na
iaThe orhRUl drawlnjr will be rnibllshed In Ibe
5tii2auataa, "n " Jr"Uu' "
ixcwe will draw a similar scheme the last day 1 1
every month during the rear 1K1
.MUllltAV, SHI J.Kit dJ CO-
yostOrhelloa till mri' t'ur'itiit
DOIM1IIRUTV MAitTir.R Q1URRV
J. 1, DOKJIICIITT,
HOLE OWNER AMD rROPRIETOlt,
' OPEBATXO SINfiE lau
c.,.hJf?.I!.LEuw,l,, h.tnteTlorof thetJulUd
s85OT(rtfeirryUld Btato kuM
TIIK ppuonERTT MARBIB ha been bto-
itli.-VJii B' a " n?w BJ'i extensively used
n thu coantry than any oiher7sney taarbl.
a a urcsa u oraors (Liocka only) to
K. D, DOUtinEUTY
Jau'whaa1'0 ,twt' P bUld1PBl' n-
. Lkl'si S
JOHN T. MITCHELL,
Om Poimiiylvnilln iito,
Now Shndos In Silks,
MOIUI, TAMTAM, ITI,
IFAMLU TARltTAB, riHCH MUllll,
TlUt, UtlAIT IA1II Dt CKAMIAIT,
WHITE, I010IID, All tdllTl rATTUII.
For Full Dress.
CAPU, COUAIt, IAIII, tllHItl,
omiiiiiii, JACKTI, unci, ,
IACU Ml TIIMMIIII.
ltr"W,h,Tll.lid.rMe.lr fmrn bnu (MB
MLK COSTUME, IU. Bmt rknnl 4fM w. kT.
tbmra tbl wmm
jVMUSEMEN7S, LECTURES, ETC.
WAH111NHT0N TimiTnn lo-Hiqnt.
J.TnthMr4(,oiith rraiwrlniil. ,nnti..)
rnHhma,nl of lh,gi-tlDimlbnNrw fori
PAST IP I
uttf ul Herio-Comle VocbUsI
The Great Knsjiah AthlHr,
w.B , AlCTWKItlXl BilOTntnSf
ua ii-Hunitu 1
" fc. :r..4.iv.'k."7.u .."'ir- " .
IffMi wwaf1" A!,!"'TTA '
nRAMO LKCTVBF. BV
llli . .T. .T. KI1AN1,
In .Id .f MptMln. Tmi.ni. Qnirdi it
ON fit's DA1
.Mill tr,l MIWH' IIALI.
Rublectt "Kturland'a Hoflal
Iain it, and h-i'w ahe mar Hone lo On'ont,"
VyAMH NKW OPKflA tlOfRfi,
JOHN T. rOtlD..,.. ...rortetorad Uanaeer.
J. J.(ltrniaP.,lbeallicaiAnAilertand llallder.
III Ike in ven 011
When the Comedian,
MR. JOSEPH JEFFERSON.
WUI arrrsr In Ilmiclcanlt's veralon of Washington
Irvlatra Legendary Rons nee, entitled
HII VAN AvrNicr.1:.
new Hoeneri , ialnled for tula occaaton bV Wllliani
The wall jlijUiuf and deeoralloae of the henea
are by Mr. John Bommers snd tealeuntl
xtTHoiUi t" ,op. "f- Thoenae Berrr bg
Mr ThoraaaB.LnteWe.of Ihlaiilr.
The performance will I rrece.lrd br muak) ar-tirui-rlale
for the rtay and occasion by TroVeeeor
Lyjila H cber Bad Orcheetre.
?b tftT V r'wl eu roe the Brat three even
Ibjra will lake Haee at the (Inera llmiae, couuneac
jjin-iioroi.iTAN TAitiBTV tiikathf;
A tinnr ny Nrw inrr.r.
10, 10, H, ..IO. IO, ID, IO, IO, 10,
IO. IO. IO. IO, IO, 1(
llll tLI ANT "TAlI V r I
&A"Ikl.b-lte.'&T5?HK """' tti
The abort enrarel at Ibe enormous salary of J0O
l.lTTf.lEioMI tiovet her with he mraKe eoVnay
iiii'HHUAk KvtsiNti. rLBittunv TsC lf
., eretriT or
, JAMKH lflRTCn,
e ropwlar Oomedlen. Obaenw deacrlptrve bfhe
p O I. Vfl A 31 Y.
1 elotia life story, Ihrilfliutlr told.
DARILI'H VOCAL CLAKSL
-1 AT UAttlNrH UALL.
.i?,id,,1 rtlf U?e totbe nacnlnceat me
JLt'JMffSSL'tfJj'lf U" Word
al.7.n".rt1'7.,,F?!rh ,Sra JweformeiT at the
... .. . vti , v ui iMmm aimi- ine c
wore voters are required, eaincleJIr
ulred, tMnclaJlr Wuuee and
no MunuAi,uei7ta, 1
pOfltni ANNl'AL RKCKPTIOX
JJKW VOIIK STATK MKIAIILS,
rramutiT , im.
Jlntl tin), .itea. f.U7A
will rtn. Nfrr. MrlMlM and nttiw.
. IN UNCNILN HALL
On rLniirrUlli. IM...IM1 IMh.uMUnl, i--.l,l br
I-Her, wo lUnkf leia fiells
I "ra f rym lieeb'a 1 o-4ar-
Mllk white Iliiaaeeobei In Jordan.
Anirrla Uronu-bl lid intra Down,
Wnner, ) ou Heller itel Rea4r.
fiuileiaeloC'llnibup J aeon's Ladder.
c llarsitrI,r 0tn6rB '.oalnt, tooohliyr, and recuUar
AibnUafon, Civ ; reserved seats, rsc. Tlckelitobe
had at bailaolyne'e bonk -tor-, (it Herentb sV. It
J INTOUN IIAI.I.
Hon. HKTII f- .-mi.T.IKKN. srMalur.
Tor the Benefit of Ihe Indnalrlal Home RcbooJ,
IIOXniY EVEMINO. tTBRUARr If.
-ftaw&'SKKai sa.u-'" ,n"'
jjTKNiNii Mcrrnj and iatinkf.
Miss Emily FaithfUll,
AT l.lMt'UI.N HAM,,
Postponed till Fobrunry 22.
. "1-ru"'u .111 vUltW..!, to.ro,. .,..
mm. iDi.rrai.or Ib.work b.bMnna.ruk.ii in
-(1UHPHE8 or TU OBXAT UKN'AND
nuMUl I lUIKAflUWn.
rn r,.r w. ., inr.. .no bav, .vrakwr iuu,.
r.l..noriortunll ,l brln, ihl. iLLT?r
.1 J fori;l'S'iW'" "N'-"' W
A.ln.l.l,..'liT-..l I.., .....
a27 . Tr ""iviiuni- ircmnsM cents: matinee.
ifia!2lm """" B,l.a'
n AHIAWN (1AM.KUY OF FINK AUTH
Ben.ove4 from No. 1336 to Ko. 1X remuyraala are
VOOAl, CI, A WW
if IWOT? JLVb. SSWL "? ..i
1 k 3i-:. .z. . tj:." !"
'.,vaHt.a. j J,IA
TTSITEII ftTATEH FATCNT OFFICE,
L ih. fcK'VTitt. Janiiaryttlitn.
nil11. Ibi " of Wrt Hinca atid John
RToc'a, Df Hau Joae, rallfnrula. praj liuf for Ihe tt-
f A uH next
TTNITED 8TATEM PATENT OFFICE,
V .u ii.wj,i,J".'?to fc-O., January XT, 1873
jRntbepeUtiou of lULr-n H HrasuoT"iiJii
Title, Utilo, i.iaj iiu for the exieualou al a tau
trrauled to bin! off the .fttth fUy Cf At'ril
Irlsaued oa the rth day cf Wf riiaA , li
liiiworenieut iu Itrtfuiafor for '1 ItuB-keni
.-&, for 1
. UtA.M. KNIUHr,
rt JVmale Jig Paucer. I (treat trteh Voeallat.
Tk. ASai i'i'Jj r,..J.tft ""01".
'U,.iimTl, hnirTilnfuXsU n,f
rniiy Kmnu Af.rJft. Inllr Mmllhf''"il .
KSnrtif'V'' !3k JU TWml. Anil.
. -'tiiK nowrR 01m or partk
nr,lIVir "3wA"j".N"(uK'" nlfillll)AT-A
nrnA AlWnrir.1 Nlion.l T.bU. A lriMl
wSSttttM a? EMAlit
A II I 1. I,
1 .Al'rU' V5 forb. " fmi'rovemenl Inllimp Uotea,
It U ordered thai the leatituoqrln the caee l
rlkMcvl 011 the tHh dar cf MarrH nestt ihit Ibe
time tor hlltur anrumeula BU(t f,a jfxaiuluerVreitort
be hud ed l. the 4lh dav of AlllTeTiranSMTr:.
said ix-Utluu lie beard nu the Mb dar j
ii is ordered uml tbe teatlinonr In the eaae La
closed on tbeUtu day of March mt 1 that IheUmS
lor Ulliut aricumeuu and tto LxauerenrartS
twtluonbebesrdonlhsttbdavaf V.mT... ua