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THE EVENING STAR. J
niLlSIKD DIILT, Sindtf ei?cpU4,
At The Mar Bulldlnm,
brier Pfnu? jlv??nl? av. mid iltti at
BY THS
EVEMNb STAB MWIFAPEH CMPIM.
TUB STAR H e?rr<<l ty carriers to their mb
?or1b-m la tbe Cttr and District at Tan CENTa f?*
*"i or Fobtt tuck Ci<iti ril xo.ith Oopiaa '
?t the cow titer, Two Oints.
Pirn fob M ailUc :-Three M?v'h*, 91.AO; L
BlX Months. 93.00. Oi ? Year. 9* 00 Mo paper* ,
a*a aant from the fflce let ter than pmJ for.
TBI WIliKLV MAE- p-.bllabed oa FrM?y
?ar?lti|-|l SO a y?r,
AMUSEMENTS.
ALL'S OPERA HOUSE.
?TCP*NDB( S ATTBACTIO*.
IVB i MIGHTS A HP M ATi S EI elLT.
TI?DAY BVENINO. January ?l*t.
First nfeht .It- Lav'.ter Xii oFr*.
kle Cca?-tii*n ai><l (_hara-'ev Artist,
MR. JOSEPH If I Hl'HV,
In Fre.l u M:\nt' r ? ii?;w ?sa?a" .>nal ciar ?-<?
teaeiprcaly *? r Mr *i?rn V, intrmfarhi.,
id 3 cipi.i.rt t.lri?b Dutch vn,- rtki
?>p ih, *1(1 mtitM
HELP, HREF.
I?t?r?r- '""*1 with n?- -mti? , r.rs \ .Fd*n<- ?a
Far?n.tte lcta K r r* Orel-- 8 i? Chairs, 73ct?.
Drtu Lit Ci ttt. ZJcil
Doors ?(??a at 7. C->a-ueace at * ,'cloek'
B< f?r ? ed ?> .?* on ?*!? dni, p t h?* day at tiie ft >s
aS(??ttlie(>MH >.f ' l ")1
It M1ATJKS1 SATURDAY.
? I S C O L a u A L L . " ~
TH FOIIORE TflOnVi'
lUIgUALLCS
CONCERT UUOA.NI/.ATION
"fTI L'ISTiNGClSHED ARTIST1-'.!
*EDNE.?DAY BTKN1NG. r-brcar*
TilCRSDA> EYRNi.NU. rcbrujry ,h*k'
Tbe rul'lic >? rt*w '?nHy informed ?*..? x.i
THRU. lUl'Mth ? il *iv? 1 W **?* >lr.
_ TftO GRAND 'ONCERTS.
WEPN ESDA Y f.-bru ?_ ^
m. Tir?M?AY nVlMHO K. ra T7'Jh%
? ir?t ap^arance ?; the Celebrated P Elul*
MI-3 APS* MKULir
From uncari b>'be Pr?-?- wherever ?hf \u ?RnA?re.i
:Ue (tr.ate.t Knn.t ,1,., 1,., teen
? eiintry Together with the
I > Hi \ ALl.Mli ORCU K rrw\
Many of wh -m ar? ai*A,
^ , RMiNENT >OLOIT (TS
Admi?-<n ticket, one dollar. K jo
ceata extra Th- sale Reserve . Will co?,
??n?t,B#i?ta^ i. m rnmi, Kel ira?rv 4'h at >V
U. Met/-rott A To "a More S?or , 1 '
M
ETZEKOTT lljl tLL
COMMIM'liU MOMii' r n\r\BY 39
f<tsn 11 ei.r o \ k ? i\-iV ViV/Y
FAMILY MAUBRR HAT' jkuaY feb 4. AT
i ? U ( L? JiJti
CBAKEKT KflATft
MOHSTKR QUIIICOPI XXAL EZPMITIOV
Frr.m n i^Io ? Uard" ? Mi .-4.1irav *
FI YE 1HSriNCT J $lo[ $& 'l OSF.
1. Vaa Df lh* Sotillj't 1 Troup*.
" T'rptick?rean Troup'?
... r. L. f itch t Comic PcntoMime Troupe.
t'Lrr?*' ^ '' <?r.^ Orr?r<astic Troup?.
5. H.Otl i F'h npra.i I ^ifrrl ^
Bea.dr. TWO fCL' ,, bAHDS W MI <*IC lit
l\* ?ot the 8k I at Sou pianist, hcv
i nEV2N?*??! ' 1119 UOMfTAb MOSK.RY
JiK^maiiaT^n /?< ^?rDLt M SORSR >'oi'g
v&k!CaY*i? - ATkdianb. the OUIMR^R
?? .9, ,4 ,*" *' *-i ctbrr Ro'eltiei. A eompl- t
JaMlee for the peo^
,.Ad*',V oi).4W< Sea rved >^ai'. 74. ( hildr?-n
i nd- r 1- 6t
j)OOMS I. ? c. A.,
IWKNEK BJSTH AHD D BTRRRrS,
ori> riOM 9 a m to 10 r. M.
?* XL AKR UBLTfMRl
Ffi JUS KEAOIXG ROOMS
Yliih Papers jj i^a/it.?* from all ?arte of the
country
LIB RSBY OF lft.000 YOLCMKS
PAILY F iAYEK XRKTINQS at 12 1$ and 6 p m
JINAS1CM. BOYVLiilU ALLEY.
AND BATHS.
LAD1EM READING K<>i.|(
TOl'/MSJ HBL-T1AN \>-SOCIATION
?**?? a> FRIDAYS. jala-tr
?o. *&%) OS KXHIBVTIOA {No. 1h?
22 " l AYU KALI ) ?ra
**T) AT (BTUXT.
MAR KBlTER'a,
?o? S< Tentti atr-et. between D and R alreta.
autbt d' era abo\eOUi Fellow* Hall.
Vkolce Oil Piuutin**, Ruvrarinji*. Cbroaio*. *e.
_.Al? . L-?t ?<: k Uar.c VSm4.)W
wa|Pictare Frame?. fictur* C^rda aod Taaaala.
?, Bhi!^. Ac . Ill tbe I) atrict.
?kTRR*?i.rA<H.
Flaaite reaicilff Name and Number apS-ly"
Fl C. BKICHEFBACHI,
a if*. 4^i lit* 8tr"t, ?V,p# PrtiiMk
iB iabimudOvir -in YEAR'.)
Bale a?enej [? r th- aale of tbe cel^t.rated PIANOS
~ iabe A Co.. Baltimore, mi l
i. Albany; also. aer?nd band|HBH|
Orraw aud MeKideona for aale or" I If '
rant on tbe moat a> comn: <.la!uiX terms. Piano and
" Tprint acd Repairmj. ap4-ly *
CLOTHING.
p B I C E N
MTII-L ri RTHER BEIII CCO!
BLACR. BROWN ai d DAHLIA FROCK (JOATS,
BBAVKK FBOCB am! SACK. COAT*.
BLACK IjOESlilN aud F1UL BED CABS1MEBB
BLACK CLOTH, YBLVET, MBR1N0 and CAS
MMBBE VESTS.
OVRRCOATSol BEA\ERanl MELTON.In PAL
BTOTtt. SA' K6 CAPBS and TALMAS,
IVIBO MIS J. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING, for all ai/ea in ari at> lea,
VMCiVEOL Y T"fHly STiLb. i.Y
SHIRTS AT DECIDED BARGAINS.
COLLAR" TllS r.LUNRS. I'N DB&SHI RTS.
DRAPERS, Ac, Ac., Ao.
Th< ?e in wart ol Wf.il made, well cot, and faith
tallr made ?roo?U can bay at tbetr own price at
NOAH WALKER A CO.'S,
bll PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
jaW tr Between Sixth and Serenth atreet*
L' 1 HEIBBRURR,
r* (Soreesa. r to 11 F L0ri>0!f A Co.,
CITIZENS. ARMY AND MAV*
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Metropolitan Hf.rel.ilate Brown'a,)
fM tf Ne. .'lb* Penn. ava ,W nfthmgton.
'|'D CAPITALISTS!
FUR SALS UK tXCHAMU & '
1
Due three a* ry BRD'K at fT.OUO-f cwh.
Dae " " 6.uU>? t?O0 '?
Two ?* " ? 4J00? 1JM "
Dae ?? ?? ?? 4 ,<*jo? l.noo M
Dae two-rt >ry ?? ?? 1,100 "
Dae " FRAME" 27U0- 700 ?
One '? '? ?? ]>?>- (oo ??
Two - ? ?? 1.250? 300 M
Iw# " " ?? 1,IM>? M "
Tbe abore pri perty 1* very deairalle, paying a
rood rtw oa. aad will be Ibid oc payment of cash aa
above acd balance to auit. or a liberal discount for
all caab; cr wunld e?chai.<* all on paymant ot
and GBimproTed property, a firat claaa real
deuce or good baaineaa property tor the balance.
HABILTOS 4t PIABHOX,
la^Ia N 4jT.ll C A RnildHtg.Mh and D st*.
?lO a m?Bth
SECURES .1 HOME
AT
"THE HIGHLANDS."
BIGHT M1BLTBS- FROM OBNTER OF TMB
OlTY,
MMU THS MOST USLlUHThVL SPOT SOU
A H t Si USMCh A K'J U y It WASHiXUTUX
MA1LWAY depot cfob thbgroubd
IBeelaaa who hare already bacoasa owner* <*
- R.M beraaraof the beat citixaaaaf Waah
CALL ABD LET MAP AND PAMPHLET
" ar
F 8TBBBT,
OFFWIITB FATBBT OFF1CM.
O. S. CRSSOT ft oo:,
4,*lJ Fraprlatora.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
>*'c?T R1TIV HU kili.ek.
. *ain 1* suppose* t > be tfca lot of us ?oor mortal#,
* ? inevitable u fleam lUolt and liable at any time
to crme apon us Therefore it Is Important that
remedial agents sh-nld at ham) to tie used on hu
emergency, *b>n the seminal pric;iple li-'re J in
?t- iyrt?-m shall devrtip itself. and w? feel the ex
crccia.-mg agonies of pain, ct the .l?p,eeiing influ
ence of disease. Ssch aretr.adial agent exists in The
Pais Ktlif.k, whoif Iani? fc?? made the circuit of
tbe globe. Auiid tb? etern ?! ice? of th- polar region*
or beneath ut ittttertbu ud kMiB| an of the
tropica its virtue* are known aad appreciated.
ClU r ail ! ??iu:d' * from the <jtiO extreme to the
ctb?r, i?nff.-rii g humanity has 1 und re'.lef front
< f its 111* by jt* nee. Tlr* wide sad broad area
i c*~t which tliis medicine t.as spread. attefta ita
value ??d potency. From a 'mall beginning, the
Pain Kill?r ha- yuihed grr.tuaily along, making it*
own fc.ghway, sol?*!y by its virtues. Such unex
ampled ewcc<?? and prtpeiarity has brought others
! Into the tie'.d, ttfco hare attempted. nnd?r similarity
> of r an,e, to usurp the confidence of the people and
tern it fo their cwu seMahaess afld disbont-sty. t.ut
; th? ir etl.irts hav,- pr .v -d fruitless, while the Pain
, Aiiler la fctill growing in public favor, dei e- iui
THBSB FACTS DEMAND I MM EDI AT* CO*
. 8IUERA1 ION.?Disoaae should unguarded against
| or it must be ce-wl. Tbe alternative* are death or
?cch c-oua^uenccs as render life a burden. Combat
i the malar,a, purity the Ho. d, put the nerves in
! order, regulate the female system, promote the ap
petite, taiittu every aign of dysphasia or rheuma
tism, increase the vigor of both body and mind, and
relieve the childr-n of sun laser complaints. All this
can only to done with safety, certainty and prompt
reae by Charles Oautier's native Wine Bitters; so
aa>? popular opinion, endoraed by many of the most
eminent physicians, whe a?sure us cf the complete
victory of tlieae over all other Hitters. It baa abao
lutely driven them out of ttf' market where it ha*
baaa Introduced Gautierp Bative Wine Bitters
map ba had of all druggista. oatt-tr
THURSTON 8 IVORY PEARL TOOTH POW
DER is the best article for cleansing and preserving
teeth. .Said by all druggists. Price. 2S and SO cents.
JOCVEN'S lNODOROl'SGLOYECLEANERre
atores s?'ii?d gloves e-jual to new, Sold by all <lrug
giats aud fancy goods dealer*. Price, 2S cents. de5-ly
BATTHILOK'B HAI* DTK.
Thla splendid Hair Dye ia the beat In the world
Harmless, reliable, Instaotanaotu, does sat contain
M, nor any rtiatu polaon to produce paralysis or
death. Avoid the vaunted and doloalvo preparations
boasting virtues they do not possess. The genuine,
W. A. natchelor't Hair Dye has bad thirty uearx'
Dye has bad thirty year*
untarnished reputation to aahoM Ita Integrity aa
the onlr perfect Hair Dya?Black or Brown, told
bv aU D ruggiaU. Applied at IB, Bond atreet. New
York. M-tr
LECTURES.
R
? ?OinitOUTEt,
THE GBBATLY BEN'WNBD PULPIT OBA
TOR, OF CHICAGO ILLINOIS,
Will klese the Regular Grai.d A ny C nr?? of
Twelve Lectures, at the
cBssBM&miu caricu,
.Corner of Taath and G at rests,'
Oa WEDNESDAY ITIMVO. February let.
8< a ?CT -"CLEAR OBIT,'
Oi which he is himself pronounced one of
TH* IIEST LIVING REPRESENTATIVES.
Doors "pen at 7 o clock. Lecture to comveno-at
? Admission tickets 50 cents. Reserved Seats 75
<.en:s Ear sale at I. C. Parker S Bookstore. 7th
street, neat- the Pest Oftici- Depa tment. and at the
?iooi of "tie < hurch on the eNectug of the Lecture.
Srr<;?T H"TtcK.?Tha c. mmittee re,-rat to an
iiouace to the saaaoa ticket h"I le: s that owing to the
change of this lecture train Honda* to Wednssdt<
ever.iog. at the ar .ent request of Mr. O .llyer. they
can not have Lincoln Hall for the cl.>sing of tkrir
seceao r> (tila>-course. loe? will however. r?serve
a aufficieat nnu>hsr of seats in the i.ouy of the Church
'or the regular sesso'i ticket holders, aiid * ill en
inarortoseat all aatisfactonly . Tli* church is large
aao will comlortably seat J .'s* pet at>na.
The seas^.n ti k? t holders wili he admiited at t' e
sitiedot r, n 10th stree* and the ?'imissiea t iket
hoiilers a* the wain enttance on ?? street. a) it
BALLS, PARTIES, to.
Tub second annual mask ball oe
TI1B U 8 A s?
?k
t -
1}^? ik h l,VurS
To Housekeepers
AND
BUILDERS.
THE PARIS KAN0B HEATER.
For Durability, Cheapness and B auty, is n^ t ex
celled b> anything of thakindin market.
son EX PLOSIN E LAMP,
Is all that w claims.
LATMOBES,
GAS El\Tl'BK8.
MABTELB.
GBATB8
WEATHER STRIPS,
ORNAMENTAL WORK. Ac.
HAMILTON * PEABSOI,
ja23-tr No. 4.1 M.C. A. Build . 9th and D sts
l>l>IE\SE REDITTIOX
In Prices.
^ VVKUlOl: l\Dr< 'EMEXT*.
In consequence of the lateness ot th? s* a?< n. and
preparing for a large Spi ing ato, k, which I am now
hating manufactured especially 11 order, I otter
for the
NEXT THIRTY DAYS SPECIAL BARGAINS
BUSINESS Sl'ITS.
Th.t?e Suils sold at 9'<J3 Celling now at B JO
Th.-so Suita sold at B?-!9.->...... Selltoi! u>wat Bit,
Thuee fn.ts sold at Bl* Selling now at .*14
Tl'oe- >nits e< Id at Bl^ ....Selling n w at ? I i
Those Suits acid at Celling uoW at flO
Thoee Suits sold at 3 10 8*-llin< now at
CA8S1MERE PANTS WITH VESTS TO MAT* H
Th >ee I'an's .tad Vests sold at 1*J salting now at ?<?
TIi. se Pants and Vrnitssold at I 0 selling now at 9**
Tho^e Pants aieJ \ eets ? Ual ) selling a.,w at $?.
ALL WOOL CASSIMERK I'ANTS. Imik 1 to ??
OVKKCOATs.
A reduction KROM S to $*t ON AI.L HEAVY
OVERCOATS.
A FILL LINE BLA' R SCIT8 AT REDUO* l>
PRICES.
A* I am determined to reduce my Stock withon'
d> lay, pur. haaers will hnd to their advaatago to gitr
Be a call.
A. 8TRAI S,
POPVLkR CLOTHIER,
1011 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Bktwilx 10m ano 11ru Stbbkt-.
,a36 Ct Three doors from Uth street.
m NINTH STRBF.T. ,1/11
OPfOSlTlS Y. M. C. A. 4U4
ED. H. CBBGOBT A CO.
Have opened a Bt>re for the sale of
STftTtS, KA.\UtS AMD FOUXACKS.
We aleo manafactura TIN and SHEET-iBOh
WARE.
CASTING!* and BBICE8 kept on hand FOB TH ?
REPAIRING OF 8T0VEB, RANGES and FUR
NACB8.
Having aecnre-1 the services of Mr. JOSEPH
HBFKLRY. he would be pleased to aeo his Iriend*
and cueteuiers at the above place.
d?3? 1m ED. HTgEEGOEY A CO.
DHENTM1EDBB-A sure r-mody for the Tooth
ache, local or neuralgic price 2* . ents. RUB
81A RATB and MICB POISON, the beat aad
strongest remedy, without aav preparation: price
M ents For sale in the Drag Stores, by A. K Lt><'
/BWSE1, 7th street. N.B coraer H: V. MAT/.I
A OO . low I and nth streets, and many others.
CHAELB8 BYOTT A CO .190 Pennsylvania are
aoe. Wholesale Agents jaJu lm~
NOTICE.?The andereigned beg laavo to gay
" "? ''""BDTl
toStsr J"
rully attaoUed to t BOWBN,
?aa R43.E4A.MT Bow Y?rk avonno,
de?l?- Botwaac <tb and Tth .tre^
EVENING STAR.
Washington News and Gossip.
Iftrrnal Rxmci-The receipt* from this
source to-day were S2M.433.
Coi.Jomi W. Forsiy will neeive his brother*
of tlie i re* this evening at his residence, oa
Capitol H;il, at ? o'clock.
Kr\'?">r Ma> A' 'ufNR will not return to the
United States as minister of Hra. il, having been
appointed in that capacity to Vienna.
Mkssaoe of the Prestpent ?"'he Presi
dent to-day sent to the Senate a menage favor
ing the e'-tabli'hnient of a territorial govern
meat hi the Indian Territory.
Sr< ritary Boctwell bw dfrected the As
sistant Treasurer at New York to purchase two
millions of hon-ls on eaeh Welnesdty, anil to
sell one million of gold o*i each Thursday
duiing the month of February.
Pp.eotdrnt Grant gave a dinner party on
Saturday evening at the White House, at which
Senator Kdrounds and lady. Senator Ames and
lady, General Negley and lady.Stid Senators
Anthony and Conkling were present
Seitator Morrill, of Maine, wlio left his
home last Monday t or this city, only got as tar
a* Bo-ton. where, linding that the state of hi"
health was sncb that no could not bear the
journey in the prevailing cold weather, he
returned.
Til republican convention to nominate a
candidate for Representative in Congress from
the 4th district of Michigan, a* successor of
lion. Thomas W. Kerry, United States Senator
elect, will be held in Grand Rapids on Wednes
day, February 22.
Thr Hors? Judiciary Committer recently
agreed to repOTt tavorably on a bill introduced
in the House by General Clarke, dividing Texas
into two .Judicial Districts, the ett?ct of which
is to legislate Judge Duval and other officers ot
the I'nited States Court there out of office.
Senator Thtrmam wants to incorporate in
the District Territorial bill a provision for
minority representation. Several of the mem
bers or the committee are favorable to the
pioposition in tbe abstract, but fear that if it is
engrafted on the bill by tbe Conference Commit
tee. its report will not be accepted, ana the
whole bill will thus tail.
Nomination*.?-The President sent the fol
lowing nominations to the Senate to-day Jas.
It. Bingham, Appraiser of Merchandise. Mil
wankie, Wis.: Andrew 1.. Kobiinon. Appraiser
of Merchandise, Kvansville, Ind.; Charles B.
Bernard, Appraiser or Merchandise, Cleveland,
Ohio: l^wis Weitsell, A?sessor ot Interna! Ksv
enue, tirst district of Ohio (consolidate i with
the second.)
Want IIim Kimoviu or A'corwT hi?
Religion.?The President has receiv ed a me
morial signed by thirty-live Methodist and
Presbyterian cleigytnen of Brooklyn, New
^ ork, asking for the icmoval ot Collector Mur
phy on the ground that he is a Catholic. They
also name a candidate a* his successor?
Silas H. Dutcher?on the ground that he is a
very proper man lor the position, whose ap
po...m.eut will add strength to the administra
tion.
Nayai ORPRRS to-day?Capt. George H,
Preble, ordered to command the naval render
vous at Boston, Mass ; Commodore Roger N.
Stcmbel, detached from the command of the
naval rendezvous at Boston, and ordered to
command the north sauadrou of the Pacitic
fleet; Kear Admiral Win. Rogers Taylor, de
tached from the command of thd north s iiiad
? on ot the Pacitic tleet and ordered to return
home and await orders.
I>nn-T Covk iy TsniR THE AMENDMENTS ?
.1 U'ige Bingham. Chaii man ot the llouse ?> udici
aiy Committee, this morning presented to the
Committee * report adverse to the m-morial ol
Victoria C. Wocdhull and other temales cla in
ing the right ol suffrage under the Nth and 1~> h
.intendments- The report wts agreed to. and
? ludge Bingham is to report it to the House. He
shows cot clii-iv?-ly in I he report that the ob
ject is not one for Congressional interference,
but must be regulated enit ely by tlie State
government*.
Tut bii.l introduced in the Hou?e on the 2??tb
inst bv Mr. langhridge giving New Jersey,
Pennsylvania, Georgia, Texas, Wisconsin, and
Kansa*. each two additional members in tbe
House, Missouri.Michigan,and Iowa three ad li
tional members each. Massactisetts, New York,
M^nland. Virginia. North and South Carolina.
Alabama. .Mississippi, Calitornia, and Minneso
ta. ?ne additional member each, and llliuoi*
four,was considered by the Jndieiary Committee
of the House this morning, and upon a vote
hemg taken >t wa> decided to report agai?.-t the
bill.
The Distric t Government Bill.?The con
ference committee of the two Houses of Con
gress on the bill te provide a new form of gov.
ernment tor the District of Columbia had a gen
eral discussion of the main features of the bill
on Saturday. a> stated in The Star of that at
temoon. anil adjourned to meet again on Wed
nesday evening, at the resnieuce of Senator
Patterson, at which time it n probable the bill
will be peifected and tbe re|>oit of tbe commit
tee prepared. The indications are that uo
< baoge will he made in the clause providing for
the appointment ol the governor by the Presi
dent.
Dinner to the Juix.es or the U. S. Su
preme Covrt.?Solicitor General Bristow ? ive
a dinner party to the Judges of the Supreme
t'onrt of the I'nited States, at Wormlev'.s, on
Saturday night, at which were present Justices
Clittoid Swaytie, Miller, Bradle., Davis, an l
Nelson; Secretary Delano. Attorney General
Akerman, Kx-Attomey General Stanabnry.
JDdges Rtnmons and Scott, of the Circuit and
District Ccurts of the West; -fudges K. M
Corwine and .Matthews, of the Cincinnati bar,
J. Huble* A>bton, of the Washington bar; Mr.
Middleton. Clerk of the Supreme Court; Mr.
Harlan. Mr. Caldwell, Colonel Wharton, ami
Captam Shirley, of the I-ouisvilie bar: Assistant
Attorney General Hill, and Judge Advocate
Holt. The entertainment was all that could be
desired. The party retired .?t a late hour.
SMroeuvo Opium.?Information has been
received at the Tieaaurv Department to the
ettect that 2<?0 pounds ot smoking opium have
iK-en seized on board the Pacitic mail steamship
Japan at San Francisco, which vessel plies be
tween that port and Hong Kong, and lo pounds
on board a steamer ot the same company plying
between Panama and San Francisco, for attempt
to violate the customs revenue laws. The
opium on the Japan was f<>und concealed in a
fresh water tank in the engineer's department.
Captain Khiridge. the agent of the line imme
diately discharged three engineers from the
Japan, and one from the steamer running to
Panama. The opium is valued at $15 per
pound, and the duties on it are *6 per pound in
gold. The Department having reason to believe
that certain officers on these steamers have been
smuggling goods by sending them ashore by
women ot doubtful reputation, who came aboard
to visit them while the vessel was discharging
cargo, has taken measures to prevent further
violations of the law in this manner.
" Winchester," the well-posted correspondent
of the Oki? Mate Journal, whose Washington
letters form so loadable a feature of that paper,
haa the tollowiwg in a chapter ou the different
journals of this city :
" Ihe sprightly Kyeriwm Star (independent i
leads them all, by common admission, in the
amount and profits of its business. When a
paper is so crowded by it* advertisers that four
columns of advertisements per day, on an aver
age, have to be 'left out. and the manager is
constantly in a row with business men demand
ing ? more room' for their announcements, you
may be sure it is not suffering for natrinage.
The Star will deubtleas be compelled to en
large ere long. As to subscribers it has nothing
to complain of. Kverybody and the women
take It. Kauttmann, formerly of the Zaneevllle
Courier, ts a member of Thr Star Newspaper
Company, by which it is published* Crosby S.
Noyes, a very clever writer (when he ha* room
for his productions) is the editor."
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Property Salr in Alrxahdria?Green &
Wise, real estate agents and auctioneers, sold,
to-day. the three story pressed brick front
dwelling, now occupied by Robert. 1. T. Wil
son, e*?i., located on the east side of Water
street, between Prince and Duke streets, to
Wm Cos an. tor ?Gl'Ue of Saturday.
Rwitfj.
Tie bad weather of Saturday had no depressing
influence upon our society, and the reception at
Mr. and Mr# Bryan'?, of Highland Place, was
as numerously attended a? if it bad been the
frgt dance orthe season, and the nun bad shone
with its brightest splendor. All were unani
mous in the oi'.mon that daylight reception*
have advantages OTer those held at the late
hours of night. Dancing by daylight admit# ot
gr< at latitude iu dress; as v;si?ing, or walking
'?optiiiues, with hats and bonnets, are quite .is
proper as ban dresses. The same privileges are
accorded the gentlemen iu regard to dr<*<.
wk.cfi is a convenience if nothing more. Tha*
all availed themselves of this freed >?a wo
shown by the difference and variaty of styles
among bslles and beaux. Mrs. Bryan, the hos
tess. was dressed in black velvet en train, and
a superb white laee collaret. She i-? a lady of
el gant appearance, ajnl has such refined and
winning manners that all her guests feel
happy at d honored by her kind coumdera
tion. Her hnsband renders his valuable
assistance, for Mr. liryan is in every sense of the
word a gentleman. Their house is beautiful, and
the picture gaiieiV, z.tl: 'Jz :'.cc: ct izo k;nd<
of wood polished until it is perfect for dancing,
With all its walls covered by hue painting?
which a.oue could ahord pleasure, suke up a
conciliation that is irresistable. The company
was aristocratic in the highest sense of the wor J
Mrs. Bryan's sister. Miss Page, of Kv., is a
noted belle. ri here were judges, wives of judges
ain. their daughters, Senators, Representatives
and our best cit:zens. Mr. Brvan's two sisters.
Mrs .fudge Wylie and .Mrs. Lathrop, were
richly dressed in silks of a grave but perfect 1
color, with the accumpaniementof soft, elegant
lace. J.arc. in its dainty elegance, is the appro
priate embellishment oi % dainty woman, and
for her not to be able to possess it, is a cross that
man can neither appreciate nor under
stand. Judge Fisher was present with
nis two handsome daughters. Mrs. Car
u ' w*yi her t,T0 ,air Ken'jcky friends,
who are her guests. Miss Fanny Dunn, who
nas as many charms combined as ever falls to
one xoung lady', lot; Mrs. Bote and Mr*. Albert
bay. accompanied by Miss Nichols Major and
Mrs. Mansfield Brown, one of the handsomest
young couples in Washington, MrsJParkei. the
wite of the Commissioner, whose bright eve*
oeautitul complexion and wealth of hair nuke
fMrffci t; Mis* Nannie Davis,
one ot Washington's native beauties, Mrs. Ad
5 ,^ ?(,?ldsborough, Miss Minnie Sherman,
Mrs. Bontwell, Miss Lizzie Porter. Mrs. Bolle,
guests of Secretary Booeson; Gen. Meigs and
bis handsome niece; Mrs. Bristow, Mrs. Ashton.
T1,e' ?? ' Misses Serle
i". Sw*>n?. Is one of
the wittiest and brightest girls in Washington
was escorted by her brother, a tine looking
>oung man, and Miss Chandler, of Boston, who
is their guest, was also present. Ai>o. Mr
Mary CI. iinm-i Ames. of the InJeprndtnt, who
looking t resh and haiuisouie. ami who dresses
in )wrieet t;ivf,v (;ov, McCook and wite were
aB<1 M" Kmbry'and manv
? Miss Clara I.ouise Kellogg gave a Terv
1?? Jn 's*tl|rday evening of filial
qbedience. Most becoming' green satin with
?;?dres?,of white v.lenciennes Uce hili
prepared tor her toilette, but as it exposed her
neck, shoulders and arms, aud the young ladv
had a severe cold, her mother preferred she
should wear one le<s becoming, but more pro
tecting from cold, tu which desire the daughter
gracetulty yielded.
. ~~ T^e literary reunion at Hon. Horatio Kinas
Saturday night, was well attended, despite the
unpleasant weather, and much enjoved. Music
recitations, and an interesting lecture on It,.u?5rr
Burns, by Gov. C. C. Cox, were amon-; the
attract've features of the evening.
COMtMti KVRNTS.
1 he gentlemen are talking of giving another
oerrnan next week. " UBr
Secretary Bobeson has issued invitations fdr a
party on Monday eveiong, which wdl be given
in honor ot Mrs. Hawle. a daughter of Genera1
CadwalJader, of Philadelphia.
Secretary and Mrs. Delano have a oard recer>.
tion to-night and another February l.'th.
Mrs. Hoes Kay gives anothtr reception on
Tuesday evening. 1
ttnn'nfl'fc,Mrii" ,:i^s wil' Riv* t^eir third recep
tion ot the season to-night. ?
<Sreat expectations are excited in the fash
lonalde world by the announcement tha' M ,
Th'urtdav*eveningT'" * Ur?e on
Mrs. Gen. Zeilin gives a large party, at the
- larme Barrackson Wednesday evening, on the
occasion ot her youngest daughter s wt.ut.
f*n ihf, that Mrs. Hollidav and her heauti
iuI daughter will shortlv give a grand German
at their residence. 1114 H str.-et. The arrange
ments are to be on the European plan, with
favors ol gold and silver, says Madam Kumor.
1 he Saturday afternoon receptions this
J?? "mu. I? unui"'"11y numerous and.
brilliant. Miss Dyer. at the arsenal, ha* ano.
ther daiiringmatinee; Mrs. Col. Kathbone tiolds
her usual reception, and Mrs.-fudge Sherman
and her daughters will also receive.
.kHVi ai"1 Wrs* Charle9 A?tOr Bristed will
shortly give an erening reception at their resi
dent, corner Mth and M street-.
A number of young ladies will give private
w-eai l at re!,i,1ence ot Dr. an.i Mrs.
W adswortb. on C street. Thursday evening i jr
he benefit ot Emanuel P. E. church" at Anacos
i . j ^ wil' furnish the music, and, *ve un
derstand, a (-erman will follow the performance
Mrs. Commodore Sands and Mr. Sands have
rece""on tue Navai
? ?
Another Missimiiti Horr<?k_^
W Yf K " Arthir"', 'The steaui
noat W. K. Arthur, irom New Orleans for
Louisville, exploded her boiler H miles below
Memphis on Saturday morning. She then
burned till her bow sunk. In the confusion
many passengers jumped overboard and were
drowned. Captain Brolaski, assisted by Captain
Pra/ier, a passenger -aved many of the pas?n
b/\eriii 'ubae^juently rej?aired to the
! i ei an<1 r?n<lered assistance
Ihe Second Engineer, who was on duty at the
t wasworkl,'? "?U "t the
tune ot the explosion. The boat was carrying
less than liu pounds <>f steam, and was allowed
1-t> pounds. He had just tried the w?t*r a?.?i
tound it all right. One boiler was blown aft
the rudder post and smashed the \awl while
n 1S be,fev?(1 fo have keen driven through
the huli, causing her to sink. ?
SHIPWRirc ox T HR .1 RRsgy CoasT-F'arfuJ
I'<s> of ?Xhe British bark Kate Smith
fromHamilton,ot Yarmouth. N. S.|
trom I.es Passages. Spain, for New York, went
ashoreAN edoesday night near Little Egg Harl?or
t^Tr* Her?'s^'rvATrs^of th^wreck0
Captain Hamilton leaves a wif.'and three chilil
ren ai ^ armouth. N. s.: Pilot Hu-sev a wite and
tour children in Brooklyn, and am mg the lo?t
sailors were H. McConnell, son-in-iawof Can
ford, Mass'lt0"'a"d u*rd<>n- of Med
"
a vu lias Miss \ inn# Kcam, tlie artiat dorip
the 77.7?, 1?Vthwh0. writ? editorials t?r
i- .#1 at tth.ev 'hould abuse li-r*
Yesterday, although the general teutimonv
f*T?ro1'Miss Beam's statue of Lincole the
rr,fc*^ contained ? mean. spiteful article
against the artist. The article WM itZ L
?f a its spleen and nry wore
palpably feminine. No man srho possesteii a
spark of manlitess in his composition could
bare written it?JV. r. TrUgram.
TA5i Entf'*nd permits n?
n?t?! taken, and denies all publicity. The
oaths cause frequent perjury, while publicity
t?eT^l at?^an2?Ti henest citizen, and at
w t ^f..i ,me 8W,n<?l?rs the chance to
i.nm? TiLfif6 r<,"rn8B><"ODsideration and credit
some times used to plunder too confiding vie
E'-*fTio* at Wmrrlixo on Tharsdav laat
fonty ot the city councds Carr,*d a BIa'
Madrid sUtes that Sicktet'ha.Tg^e?
i
o#?T.^J?aJ,a,01 *Utor mourns over the demise
ota proud and sensitive" dog.
Western editor represents monev as
close, but not close enough to reach "
FORTY-FIBST CONGRESS.
This Afternoon's Proceedings.
#1
Mosdat, January 3*.
SENATE?Mr. Sherman presented memorial
of Cincinnati Board of Aldermen asking that
the Cincinnati and Newport Kailioad Company
be required to ra.se their bridge* over the '>Uh>
between the two cities. Referred to Committee
on Commerce.
Mr. Fenton presented memorial of King's
County (N. Y ) Homeopathic Society, asking
tie t-taKisLwei:t in tli?- proj>o?td National
li.stitute at Washington of oue <>r mire clairs
ef homeopathy. Referred to the Committee on
the District <>f Colombia.
Mr. Wi'.eon, from the Commi'tee ou Military
Affairs, iij^rted bill to extend bfnetil* of
asylums for disabled soldiers and tailors to the
SKiJitie and sailor* of the war ot la 1- and of the
Mexican war. A'.sO, adversely on bill to provide
for ths Kale of the arsenal at Pittsburg.
Mr. Nye, trom Committee on Territories re
ported ba.-k w:tSi ^endj^nts bills to provide
for the lormation of "
UiAT* UVYKUNMENTS TK JTEW VBXIOO AWP
color apo.
Mr. Buckingham, troin Committee on Com
merce, reported Hon?e bill authorizing the re
moval of custom house from Saiut Marks to
Cedar Keys, Florid*. Parsed.
Mr. Pattersou introduced a bill to amend the
act conveying
A I.OT Or OBOCBD
in the city of Washington for public schools.
Referr< d to the Committee on the District of
Columbia.
Mr. Harlan introduced a bill to authorize the
construction and use ot a horse railroad on
Rock I .-land. Illinois. Keferred to tlie Cumm.t
tee on Military Affairs.
Mr. Carpenter called up the bill authorizing
the President to accept the resignation ot any
judge of a I'tnted States court who. by re.i*on
of age or physical infirmity, may desire to ten
der the same.
Before any action wa? taken on the bill the
morning hour e.vpiied, and the bill went over.
The C'erk of the House appeared with a mes
sage irom that body returning the
SKltATB KILL RBI'IALH)HTII!?(-o||BTAT,
and calling the attention ot the Sena'e to the
clause in tbo Constitution providing that all
bills in reference to raising revenue shall origi
nate in the Hoase of Representatives.
Mr. Trumbull moved to take up
IRK CASK or TBB "BOBUIA 8BNATORP
The motion being agreed to, Mr. Trumbull
proceeded to address the Senate.
1IUUSE OK REPRESENTATIVES.?Under
the call of States and Territories for
BtLIJ) A!fD 'OIKT BI-OLCTIOW3
for reference only the following were presenred
and referred as indicated:
By Mr. Morrill. (Me.): Bill to ?ecure greater
efficiency in the different departments oi the
Government. Reconsti u> tion.
By Mr. V heeler, < N. Y.> Bill to extend the
iuiisdiction ot the Court ot Claims, Judiciary
Also, a resolution to amend the rules of the
House. Rules.
By Mr. Scotleld, (Pa.): BUI to extend act
providing artificial lirnbi to soldiers and officers
of the military and naval -ervice. Military
Affairs.
By Mr. Plat', (Vh. : Joint resolution for the
relief of Robert t?. Mavo. Claims.
By Mr. McKen/ie (V'a.): Bill for the relief of
Michael Nash, of the District ot Columbia
Claims.
Ity Mr. M? Kee (Miss.): Bill miking an ap
propriation tor a custon (house, i?st othce. Arc.,
at Yicksburg, Mississippi. Appropriations.
By klr. Welker (Ohio): Joint resolutions ot
the the l egislature of <?hio recommending the
division ot that State into three judicial dis
tricts. 'Judiciary.
By Mr. Wilsoii << 'hio : Bill to amend the
national currency act. Banking and Currency.
By Mr. J.awience (Ohio Bill to regulate the
mode of paving pension.-. Pensions.
By Mr. Mungeri (?>li;o Joint resola'ion n
relation to llieofficer* ot the-tait of 'he Gene
ral of the arn>\*
OS DITV XVTTH TUB rRKSIPKNT
at the Executive .Mansion. The resolution re
cites that three officers ot the rank ot Brigadier
General, detailed from their command*, are on
duty at the President's House, and as the la v
provides for a private secretai v for the Presi
dent of the I nited St-ites, the President is re
quested tointoim the House?First, what duties
the private secretary performs under this ad
miniftra'ion, and who ue private secret*rv is
Second, l.v what authority officers of the armv
are detailed lor duty a':>out his own )>er>on
Third, how many secretaries are emphnedst
the White Hotse; ardFourth. what legislation
he would desire lrcm Congress in their behalf
Military Affairs.
The readiug of this joint resolution, and ot
other bills and resolution?, was demanded ?>*
the
oprouBBTa or thb air-line ratlroap nn.t
in order to Consume the time and prevent the
latter from coming up during the moi ning hour.
Mr. Keltey (N Y.) made the point ot order
that it wa< not in order to con<?uiue the time of
rhe morning hour bv reading these bills.
The Speaker >aid that by a strict construc
tion ot the rules.it was in order, although .t had
not been customary to do so; while, therefore
it was in order, the practical effect would be to
destroy tlie u-elulnes* of the Monday morning
hour.
Mr. Randall (Pa.) thought that would be a
very salutary result.
other petition* axd bills
By Mr. Beck (Ky.): Joint resolution ta pro
hibit and annul ail contracts made with an offi
cei of the government by any person for the
prosecution ?>r any ?laim ordered against the
United States during the time such officer is in
office or lor live year* thereafter. Judicial*.
By Mr. Shanks (lad.): ^domt resolutions ot
the Legislature Of the State ot Indiana in rela
t ion to homes for soldiers and the granting ol
b"untv lands to soldier*.. Military Atlairs.
Messrs. Julian, Holman, and Voorhees, pre
sented copies of the same resolutions, and the
reading ot them was demanded for the purpose
ot consuming time.
By Mr. Williams lud.): Bill for dredging
THB WASHINGTON CH ANNII.
and lor o|>ening the James Creek Branch.
District of Columbia.
By Mr. Cook (III.): Bill to incorporate the
Mutual Insurance Company of the District o:
Columbia.
By Mr. Hay (111.): Bill to increase the peu
s;ons ot soldiers and sailors. Pension*.
By Mr. McCreary, (Iwwa): Bill to regulate
commerce between the several States. Com
merce.
Under this call private bills were introduced
bv Messrs. Churchill, Keicham. Iloge. Price
Newsham. and C<>ok, and reterred.
Bills tor the removal of political disabilities
were presented bv Messrs. Corker. I>o*. Harris.
Morey and N an Horn, and referred to the Com
mittee on Recontruction.
The call having been completed, the
TUB WASB1NOTON AND NBU" YORK At B-LIM
BaILBOAD KILL
came np from last Monday, the pending ines
tion being upon the motion inade bv Mr.Swann,
(Md.,) to lay the bill upon the table.
Pending the vote dilatory motions were inter
posed, and the morning hour was consumed
w ithout action upon the bill. '
Mr. Dawes (Mam.), from the Committee on
Appropriations, to which was referred the sub
ject of the claim of George Chorpenuiug for
extra services in carrying the I nited States
mails, submitted a report and a joint resolution.
repealing the joint resolution of -Inly j.v 1*70.
directing rhe Postmaster General to adjust the
claims oi Chorpenning.
After discussion, the resolution, as reported,
was passed.
EVP or TUB CCUAB 1 NSl'KRBe'TIOF BBL1KV
bp to be sibab.?A Havana telegram says
General Comelio Pedro has availed himself ot
the clemency of the Captain General. He oame
into Puerto Principe with thirty armed men
and a number of officers. This is the most im
portant result yet obtained by Yalmaseda's
generous policy. Parro's surrender is regarded
as tantamount to the end ot the inearrection.
It is rumored that General Bernabe de Yarona.
better known as Bambetta. will soon follow
Parro's example. Dr. Jostidel Rise? and fami
Mrs. Risco being an American lade, have
also surrendered. General Parro is moot kind*
ly dealt with by the Spanish authorities. His
liberty is in no way restrained. .The same leni
ent policy has a If o been manifested towards the
ptisoners captured from the Hornet, the eoort
martial which tried them sentencing only taro
of them to be imprisoned for six years. The
other six (all ot them Columbian*! were allowed
to leave the Island.
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Diptbbbia.?A few more cases of this dread
ful d isease are reported to have proven ratal in
some lartsof Anne Arundel County, Md. Mr.
Klchard Wilson, residing in the Saooad district,
has lost two interesting children within the
l?st week or ten days from this malady. Mr.
Joseph I.antx. residing la the same district,
also lost a little eon some two years old, on Sun
day last, from mme disease
VThe New Orleans fines remarks:" About
a year ago the St Charles Street Railroad Com
psny lost a male by decrepitude and old age
Since that time all their cars hare been going
to the funeral."
TELE(iRAMS_TO_TUE STAR.
This Afternoon's Dispatches.
Associated |*t<nm Reports.
THE WAR IN EUROPE.
fkf Vtrnn? la ih? fort* of Parle -
Ihr I'Hy I* btr ??n<infruri
? r.iur> rurkrj
Nkbi< a W*r S?n.
(rdklic'i ?? IV Kr+*t< f S'*r
OCCUPATION or THE PAKIS FOKTS HY
i'HK GERMANS.
Laddoii, Jan 36. 12 .uip.ra?A ?i -pa'cli from1
Vtmullti te-?Uy ssys the occupation of the
Pars torts by tbe Germsn troop* was unat
tended by incident* ot iatere?t.
TURKEY'S DEMANDS.
Lowtx**, .Ian. 30 A di?p ?tc*i troui < 0?:**an
tinep'e to the London Timrt ?ar? -Hi# Porte
insM? that the London conference ?hal1 re?tore
fo Tutley fall control of the T>a-(?er*u??.
Hc*|>lmiii?, and refuse ? ?oi sent of au> new in
ternational stipulation . nutmg the n?< . .
ot U-e.?. straits.
GOOD-BYF, CHARl.FS.
I.t'jrpoK. Jan. .?.?A letter trom Prince
CLarks, ot Kuumania, is published, hinting at
his approaching resignation on account of the
too great l.berijr allowed tLe people by tbe con
stitution.
THK GKPMAN PAKI IA M KNT AND THE
FEDERAL. COUNCIL.
Permit. Jan. .10 A decree has heen i*?ued
which convokes the Federal Oonnril on tin inh
ot Februiiry. 1 tA-?.eru?*n fttluuutnt meet*
on the th oi Marcb.
GOYF.KNOK OF THK PHII f.lPINF.S.
Madrid. Jan .'<0.?General Ysqaiordo ba?
Wen appointed governor of tbe Phillipine
If and-.
PA HIS FINED 5S.OM.MM KUAN OS.
l.o? ww. .'an to. J i> m? I he even'iig edition
ot the r?m'< contau ? a dispatch trim Versatile*
wfcirli ?ta?f? that the rontr ciuon iui .?? I upan
Paris by tbe ai tides of capitulation ?* W.ooo.t**!
francs.
FLIGHT OF noriiBAKIS AK.MY INTO
SWITZERLAND.
Lojinoir, .Ian. .TO, J M |?. m. ?It i? reported
from Basle that nuralers of Gen. Bourbakr*
army are crowing tbe lrontier, arriving at
BruiitTut and Neucnburg.
FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE SUR
RKNDLU.
CoRDUrx, .Jan. W A dispatch tor warded
irom Yersailles on the >th by Jule* Favre to
tbe government at Bordeaux, says; The treaty
was signed to-day.
There if to be in aim slice for tweuty-oue
days.
The national is to le convened at
Bordeaux on tbe Mth of February; election* are
to take place on the Htb ot February. A meni
berof tbe Pari* government leaver at once tor
Bordeaux.
PARIS SINCE THE SURRENDER.
Nk>\ York, Jan..'".?A t< legram *|-ocial to
I ondou Timer strongly tavor? the pro|>osa1 of
the l-ord Mayor to send supplies to the starving
Parisian.* at once. The lan-st wtell *enee iron
Paris is that all la quiet. Tbe people. generally,
receive 1?e intelligence of the surrender with
mournful joy.
I'ram llie I'atllir Klepe Indian Dep.
ie?lallou<i-lhe Wtalber,?c
Saw PRanctacn. Jan. 3.-T1A news of the
tail of Pari* caused very little excitement here.
TUe Ounians are preparing for a grand c< le
'?rati^i to-morrow. A Ivice* from Tuscan and
Preston. Arizona, represent iha? tbe Apaches
tn gr> at number* are committing depredations,
murdering white settlers, aud running oi tbeir
stock.
Tbe stcamet Coloradoia now over due at this
l?ort. _
The Fenian Es.il**' Rersptloir.
New Yore, Jan. 3o. ? Tbe levels ot 'he
Ftnian exiles at Sweeney's H ?tel weie crowded
all this morning. A deputation from the
.Jersey Cit\ Workinjftnen's Union and another
consistingoi Col. J. G. Hcaley, Capt. l.awren e
??'Brien ar.d -lames Keynolds presented ad
dresK-s. The exile* will consult with tbe
mon Council thia alternoon in reference to the
expected demonstration.
I tiree Boat l.o*d*ol Wrecked Panten.
Ken Besened.
Nrw Y'okk. .Ian. 3<).?We are iniebteJ to II
It. Morgan A. Co. tor tbe annexed dispatch
Charlk?to?. Jan. TLe steamer <.eorg *
which aaile'i last evening, picked u,-. off B?l>
1-land.three boats loadea with i'as<euger* from
the steamer Kensington, lost on her as-age
from Savannah to Boston.
Fire L?m ef Lire.
Montreal, .Ian. JO.?A lire occurred in a
millinery *tore Sunday morning. Tbe proprie
tor. w ith bis wife m l" two daughters, escaped
death with great difficulty. A nephewv>t tbe
proprietor and a servant girl perished in tbe
flames.
LOCAL NEWS.
TUE COt'BTS.
UKIDY'I DEATH BE.1TEICB
Tbe Eiecatlwi is take Place the
24th of t>fcrn?rj.
Criminal Cocrt. JuJyt tVyif?This morn
ing. James Grady, convicted on the JIM itist ,
??n an indictment charging him with t h- tuurd- r
of Mrs. Fannie Faulkner, an ag d lady on the
0th of October lai>t, wa> brougbi into court (or
x n'ence by Baditls Stab, and Parker. Th
court room was <iuite crowd- d. it bai ing b n
rumored that h< would r.ceivr biss-ntsnce t"
da\. on tbe opening of (he court. Mr, Clark
stat> d thai tbe prison, r, and his fatb. r, and
friends, had relieved him of any further connec
tion with the case, and he would therefore
withdraw bis motion in arrest "(Judgment, and
tbe court proceeded to pa*^ s-jrtence.
Judge NVylie directed the a. cased to b
1 roujjht lorwar l. and the irons bein* lem ed
11om his bands, he took his stand imsi diately
in front of tin- clerk's desk, standing up tirm!' ,
and hoidiag bis slouched hat in Ins h*nd care
lessly.
?ludgeWvlie addressed him as ioIIow- -'Jaiues
Urady. you hare been indn ted. and alter a ta r
trial,'fo'und guilty bv a jurv ot your country
men ot tbe murder ot Faiime Faulkner Have
you iu>>thtng to say why the sentence of the law
should l*e suspended".'"'"
The pri.-oner. (in a ilriu voice.)?"! ha e
not. '
Judge \Yylie?Tbe sentence ot the Court is
" that you be takeu hence to the jail of the I
trict ot Columbia, from whence you were
brought.and there kept in close coni nemeut
tell Friday, the -'ith day of February next, be
tween the hours of 11 a. m. and 1 p. m , and
thence remo> ed to the place of execwtion and
there be baa?edby tbe neck until you are dead,
and may God have mercy on your s>ul.?'
The prisoner received tbe announcement of
the sentence in an inditlerent aanner, and re
tained his position for a moment afterwards, as
if expecting that tbe Judge would addre*- uim
further. The Deputy Marshal touihed him on
the shoulder,and led htm to the Marshal's room,
where the irons were replaced on his hands.
The same bailifls, with Ur. Sprague. took
him back to jail, and >iuite a crowd followed
thetn Or the way over, an acquaintance ot
Grady*s was met, who reRiarked. " That wa*
rough, Jim." Uredy replied ?? Well, sucb
things most happen, tliey have given me but a
short tims to live.'' On tbe way be remarked.
" 1 have JT. ^ days to live," and, on ro-entering
the jail, said to the officers. ?' Well. I'm b*ci
again the same day." The indifference of the
prisoner ti said to be caused by strong hopes
and encouragement from his counsel that his
sentence win be commuted.
The conrt was sjoumed to FebruRrv 13th.
when tbe case of Hon. C. C. Bo wen. charged
with bigamy, tt is expected, will be taken up.
ClB< rtT Cot RT, judf* McArlk'ir ?Patura
vs. Hukling; settled on terauot Under: couit
orders depoeit to be paid to the plaintiff. Partn
ers and Mechanics Bank of Georgetown v .
Fulton, jadgment on terns filed. Kauftman v>.
Price, rale on detendant to enpply new cennsei
and continued at defendant's cost. United States
use of American Clock Ufempanv vs. Bo wen
benring en deasurrer sostRined. Edwards han
leave to amend. Eaton vs. Kendall; sobmitted
to court and judgment for plaintiff fOr amount
of the note with interest. Colbert vs. Crowley ,
condemnation or credits m hands ot Dennis
Looney, guarantee to th* amoant of the judg
ment and costs. iHmohne vs. Plowman, de
fendant having foiled to make the deposit re
quired by law, it was ordered that the case he
docketed on behalf ofthe appelleTVltbout re
quiring deposit of usual fees, and jadgmrat
below affirmed- Fahoy vs. rieaing; referred to
J. J. Jeansen. Ellis vs. German, motion ofnd
diUenalaoruritv ordered to be given within ten
w*.uh */>yson vs. Levy; submitted and
judgment for defendant. Beavans 4 Shaw v*.
Curtain; judgment of condemnation for fell
ln?ut. Eest???d *?. V if A if
? irrtimUilKil till 1u . e .u
t intend.
TcLim Corur. To t>a\?J.4p* r*u.~ Mar.
firtl McOanev ??? bro^hi p by ? ?e c? i
I ! (??(>. ?kO t.al pW?f *?? net her Im
?e.lilig li*{Ti<v Without lo-enae, awl llirvw uueri
t.r >id cos*? .lames Sim-. >m?' >red laroeae ?<
i rob* rained tt ?-?*. La* 4 ft'*.', ah I
\ ia dctau,! mi m> nth? ia jsiU
nw?n o* m? ;:tti?
I'tL rl and Will.aw Wayne "M rt?r<?o
! with assault on ?.e*rge Ktttrr. all m:.?4
i Meeting wtth Better, toe Way*?e? ?e'1. ?? H-re
ocaae* the vtip," and Manle! ft'ifH bc lot him
ami steed L? Oil Lead in i~e ?a? 'a . 4.**
?imi.
Alt a???Ta.
?Iw*|4 TV'illt?Bi> 1*4 in.lecct.* Ih*
guagt m U? Mrwl, RnM .Iriraiiab > uii* ,
|??<Mitr: I?t4>.V TVm D Ttaaaell,
? load and violent language la the ?tree* 1 oe.i 9
Ailii t \ Butler. cohwt prvtamty nikfrrw.
hlitil f' .losiab L?i . Mkirrl < a eer
cea>ed ??|k?. Ii??>l ^ -lotka Onu-?4iu?,
>iar o^ence. Uued f>.< W H. Lancaster. ?
: drrlv nadart, hned *5. .f-ilia I'pftr, rhtx^r I
with vagrancy. workho-tee ? ? lava, .lobe ten
j ne?. colored. aftaitli on Jaim**
? iih a raror itM *??? and iwM^ oi Iti i i
dwys in jail, and required to give a. si U i. j. t >
kff|> ti.?? |? irf. Urant?? Car?;*, colored
en hi* wife. t-ned *"? and <*?t?. Charie* ruuee,
colored, k<ud anu Idimwo ? lang eg - oi Penn
PTliamt avraiK, lined Alfred Lec. co v?>l,
I'rofhnlty, fi.cdfr.. dobn A:iien*?B. 'am?
fence, lined ??'?. Alfred Nallv. d?ord-iU .
due'; fin- d ??'. M :-heel Kvae". I?a?' el
Kiid Daniel Ward. d> erderly %
each, Mary Rutkraad Lu<m W ?ikn wlurr l.
?ame afltiKf, fined V: ei t; IJeard 1 illy an I
Cbar'.n Stevens. nnir of m.'#, tBc<l C1 e:?
Charles Tascoe, um?Crnri* Iim4I
Kin. protanity. tined ?Y W. H. Ma^'im. d
ordetly cohduet, lined ? A ' oaraed.
?
T?T? far.* VAt FBPTIX'TJE* AT tite c,tr
i Art t>vui>i*.<?At a Wi.-e* :ng ui the
tru*tW'l vl the Cotcoian A:t B aioimg ? el 1 ??
Satuidaj i vcniti* last. null a View u!
u.g itTH^NttBU ti>r a ball in omeri on ?it
I tlx Cartital, a?l to procure th'
km^nwi ?? ascertain t' e views o: <?
cn iitm generally. Col. .Tamo* O. n**' ? >-? ?
v,iM| and, ?>n motion ot Mr. Wa H. Phi!
Mwwt. Wtn H. Pfeiltp, clia.ruian. H
l>. Cntt*. *.-liuiral .lei.W na. ? ?>mni<>i|<>rc A..W
tieiieral I'ai K?, Cu?am<l<'re Sau U, Colon. ?*
| I.. Hodgt. llfimil HuBi|ihrfT?.<^iloii' 1 And.
teid. A. K. Sbt |>tien', W S Aantington.il* ?
Kil'-onrn A. K. P*rrT. Pit bn^liCvyle. Kran
I n Pbtlp. Colonel Hor i* C*|?ron. .toba I
MitcLt 11, Heorge W. t o. lirau. W?a. A . tmrd. i
?lr., Joka Potto. Wm K. Mattaigi*. 'I botaa* C
On, 1'. C. Fctiify aiul ,?ane? U. Brrr? t *??:??
a|i|'Ointed * fi-en'al ci>muiitt?e to take iad? -on
Mderation the j>n>|>rM<(T o< holding the |>rii
iiotrd ball, iha |?roceed? to go to Uia Nattona
Muiiunieut fund, and to rt-|*>rUata f uture ro< t"
! ine. The *|>ectal oomtuittee tben organi/r-1
Mr. Vm. H. Philip in ib?- oba-r. and Mr W v
I Ituiitmgtoii ?ecrctarr. and :? *?b coaim (tee <?
live. coiiMet'Tig of 4<enor.il K l?. Catta. A. I
: Nbt'|*lierd, Ueneral Parke, W. S. H inlic^
; ind Wu. H. Pfcllp.tO a bit ti C-'lonel Berre! ?
arterwatda added, were . ppointed to pr, pai
' piogramiae toi nubuwion to a (utuie a><et
Thi Orr*i?Th?M?e ? Uo knoa the 4til<?uUi.
m the way ot fieing a aatudartorr i?erlni man< e
of Weber:a <'|*ra 'boron.'' it ro<iatriBg not
oni> luuMcal talent ol the bigbeat order, u the
noloe. duet-. trH?.4nd<jaarleuea, an J a |m aerial
chorua and orcha*tra, but a^mc eff?-cti> and
other aeceaMtrkee which ra<iaite time and u>one?
tO|?erfei t tbem, did not - ijiect too inacb aad
were therefore eery well ?.<u>&ed with the
mannerln which that meri war g.ven at t e
National Theater on 8a*ur lay eeeu ng TLougti
com]??ed to l.tigliah aorda.the niuaio to wm?
thoioughlr Ooriuar. than tliatot -'Iter Krei
chuti " an<i doec not contain no ?<?? ot the
melodie* which make a musical coiii|K>- *Kii
|>opular with the maaae* t'a?tle wa? ?ery good
m? 'Sir IIuon. 'and aang an.l a-ted withre'aiark
able apirit, hia aong iu the tirat act being the
?m of the evening. M? Km ma How?m a'
Kei a, Mrn. Segum ^look.ttg cliarm ng taker
Arab costume; as Katiiua, an.l Miw (ioodw.n a<
-Puck" did their beat to in .ke 'bo opera a ?u.
ceie, and Mr. Chatterton wi> very goo*t a*
?ObWOB." The orchestra and chcru- aiiiple
for mojt operas in a bou?e of tin s..e of the
National, lacked nothitig but the -treeg'h ot
numbers.
I.overp of Italian mtuic may expect a ririi
treat to-nigbt w fht> companv t.a*- n -tcr la :? ,|
to i >lea?e in their Kinging ot Yctdi t bcaa'ut ui
opera '?Trovatore."
1 *\TT Ai'KgD BT U i? H \ A > M EK.? A COKUlrtr
itian, bv the naue of Joliu Stern. wi:o 1. > hi
Prit.ce tieorge toante. Mi , while on b.? w a\ *o
, this city w itL a . i?ung colt attacked to a ^le.gii
last eTentng, was stop|x d, af ter TOMiitig Bee
uingV.Brnlge. bj two colored de-|?eradje>. alio
demanded hi* m^ney. lie gatberei up ti.o
rein?, and put hia lian l in hi* pocke* a? if to gti
bin | una. ia?tcad ot which lie drew ajt a
revolvei. which he lortunately r-arr.ed an>l
?tarttd l.i# co'.t into a run. wbirh ti .ftd o.ie us
ti e men n|i. and he Bred at the other oi wln>
held hi.-horae by tl>e collar I"!. - -
and lie pa??e<l the men and whip; tag ip i. ?
hoj-e ao.iri got bqtad their r.? l be men
followed after lum abjut a bin lied \ar L-. and
Otid.ng be ?? too far %bt-a J gave up the el
He -ioe- not Vnow whether be hit '!'e man or no?
but mrt he will aiwava be prepared tr fotiire.
? ?
Panic f* a Cartct.-i panic, a^-h,
-trange to sar. resulted without injary to aa'
on*.occurred during the nerMcee la?' evenin,
at the CoUred l>ap:iat Cburch, corner 1 th an
I streets nortbwe.-t. Tlte belo ng wa<i mb?
' .me since pronounced unsate, an I piai>> are
being prepared lor a new church, a tact ioo?n
to nearly the whole congregation. So laet even
ing. just as the pastor. Kef. l?. W. Anderson,
was coiamcncicg to read bis text, do*it came
the snow on the roof, earning witb it one or two
chimneys. 1 be crash was feartul. nc i l? ng
heard inside, there was a general r-amp'de.
Men. women and children rashed for the d.*or?.
. all yellmc aloud, and weie not quieted <rtil aa!e
on the sidewaik. Only about Mteen or twer.ry
' returned in?ide the'-uilding. when the *ervic *
netc recommenced.
+
MiTr.opot.n A> UwiTaKiaw Oarit f ? A' a
recent conference meeting ot the prom Dent
I it Marians of this city, at the resnlen.-e of Mr.
i (i. Twicbell, to discua*- the project of bn <linc
1 a metropolitan church, there a as a ge-uera! 9*
' pre# on ot op.nion that a church coating%?",?? >
?hould bo built in thi- < ty. the society here to
pay %'.<i.is> i. and the rem a udcr to !>? ra set bf
| iats-.de subacriptiOB Messrs. B> Mow*. Wil
; liams. Hale, l.o*e and Clark, of the a?K>:i?
I tioB. are a conaaaittee to l ?k alter the natter,
i and Messrs. Twicbell, Hoar and luiiati ate a
ronimitti-e to select a s te A gen> ral oiunnt
:eeoi the denomination to raise t un i? wa> a'^o
choscn, and it is almost certain that ttii- ci'j is
to bave a Betropolitan Kuitar.an church.
I wiTaoCaai'Tia* A**<>. iatiio*?A ?OCitty
to be known a- the t nited Christian A<woeiitio.i
was otgani;ed veaterdar at the Last Wj-Lji.
ton M. K. t'hiircli, and the following ot e -
were elected ?Col. E. B. Timoney, of the K.
W. M K Church, president; < Jeo A. Km th,
B apt int. Mlton Ferguson. M P., Ma I.so > t?a
vis, K. W. M K., vice pre*.dents. G. W McKee
and .laiuee Somervillt-. M. K., and Chas. 1X>wii
ing. M. P.. secretaries .lames Dalln. Baptist,
trewurai. The association is coai|>oaei.?l mem
bers, male and female, of evangelical den'mi
nations In the eastern part of the city, auJ bv
tor it? object the promotion ot the cau-e of ie
ligion in that section, especially in tbe - ji-jrb-.
?
Ajtothui Swo:>KM l?i ith?A'iO n *o c'ocfc
this OBorumg, Nelson Johitson a col 'twd shoe
maker, who ha l located his shi>t> near tbc cor
ner of :*>d and E streets, South Wasti ng on,
wb.le talking to an ac<|iaintan?e on tie street,
*ud<lenlj te'T dead. Ueputy Coroner I?r. S. -I.
Todd held an inquest, and Dr. U.iey having
performed an autopsy, the jury returned a \e
diet that his death was ca sed bv the raptuie
ot the aorta?the main art. ry from the hcaiu
?
Tbe OtiVD Fair for the beneu; ot the
church and achoola of the Immaculate Concep
tion. now in progieosat Odd Fellows' Ha'.l, Tth
street. ia capitallv managed, being in the ban i?
of ladtea who are energetic as they are beau'it ui
and a* courteou- as thev are witty. Tbe vote for
the priae tor the sueceaatul boat club stand,
now Aiialostaii 4*. Arlington 30, Potomac ^l.
Stop up geatleaaen only cents a vote.
?
Mb. KfWTOB ?Why ia it that tbe citizens oi
. Fast Washington are oompelted to trudge
through the ane^r and slush on the pavemeti
bordering tha entire Capitol railing, while pri
vate partiee are compelled, under ponalty ol ?
fine, to have their preaaiaes cleaned within a
, certain time.* Eart Waaaix?roa.
? a
Aco?ttb?t??Cali?The New York IVt. in*
' says that Kev. l>r. Sunderland, of this city, ha*
| accepted a call to the Portv-third atroet, Prta
byteriaa Church, la New York.
?
SmtLtaoToa sends as a couple of aaausi if
Dutch 6r*cAares,'-Haas Breitman a* a t.'bla i
and the ' Carl Pretzel Almineck Kahu lei U"
? ? ?? ? ? ?
Mfflmt?e?.'? is I'm Mrtmnt $i?r
Bsltimora, Jao.M ?Cotton ^utet. wiMIib-j \ a
laa.ls la'<. low mi44liii?*. U\al?Flour a.ai?e:
sk???iBg gtedes ar* bale higher Wheat Bra ant
stock scan a. chotee white, ft: fair to aelui-. 91 an
afl ? rruae to choice red. AlMafS. fair to jromi,
f i Jtaf i *:eaa*m?...?l.ei>?|Kse Ohio an.l lu/iai a.
flJOailM. OoiaeoarMaad higher; white.<aKy al
low ?aM Oats dull alMaM. Bve 4met at^aan
Pork firm at $n. Baeoa Ana ea?i etoefe ecarre,
rib aidea. 12 ?c.. clear rib. If\a. ahoul lere. If --e
h?cV.. haaia, toaiV. Lard Jail at Uc. Whaaky ^utet
at ?6a%i
BsLTtaoti. Jan W ?Tirgmia'el*?s oUI \ 1 j
Maak-d, do i*tf do. isaT, U bid. 4 wur
? bid,
Mew Tola Jaa le.-rio?r ScaWc hotter. L s?
SaSc. better. Cora laic, better.
Sn Yoii Jse *-St -^ks ala?dy
at If .all Moaey easy Sal.
short. ? ?bonds.eoapea. b<\ V-<it'?
U do., b?w, 41*%. Borth CaroUaa ?. old, a
new, J4
raioBTrrt KavAoaa or Shall P. * vi
vices from Saskatchewaa ia BriOeh N
America state that two thouaand ladiai* ? i
freemen have died of oonfiuent small jo* 1 1
Haoasa ie frightful ia ita ravages, w-jle .ami*
e- being carried tfl by iu ?

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