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THE EVENING STAR.
Pvbtkfeetf tally, In4tyi Excepted,
AT TUX STAR BUILDINGS,
PrnsylTUl* Atmw^ e?rn?r 11th NC
m nrn*s stir Rimini com.
n ar. wrff.BJ.v.v,
fill ETTJUNU 8TAR U ^rr^J bl e?ir<?r4 to
ikstrnUcribfri *t Tm iIto m WkU. or Fot?
it Foil C*jrr? rr* BMrra. Conn ?* ttw oounMr
Two C*tw rmch. By e?u?throe month*. #1 JO
tlx noath*. fS.OO; on* ?a?r, ?? 00.
THE WEEKLY 5TAR-?obl<*h?d m<UT-f1 ??
? T**r. ?^"InT?rt?Vlj tn vlT*nc?, tn both cwee,
mit lonr?r than *?'<! for
STKmm of *d*orti?u? fsritoM ow
faeuitta
V?, 38-N2. 5.797.
WASHINGTON. I). C., FRIDAY, OCTOI5ER 13, 1871
TWO CENTS.
EDUCATIONAL.
M
rfi'E MIS.-K8 COL EM \N S BOARDING -MID
I I?A* >' li m'L FoR TOfNli LADIES
? M<>!tDA*, October 16th, 4017
l street. *t it* iBPCtii n * t?- Pennsylvania a?-tine.
R'nai!Nrit.v K" r M. Bukr. *>. D.. F'n?
Oithi* H u.B.J Barb"ur,Vrginla. Prof. Mm r
a .1 Prof Davis. rniTtia.tr of Virginia; *rd many
Mkn. ocl,*?
\N-If y?u want to learn GERMAN,
1 im) ?lllitn4) .l ran tow k you to Rvtd, Wrl e
ami Steak tlx1 launu*?e * PPO at 444 3d a^re-M^N.
3* .after 4p m. R< >BK RT ?. D Y dEN FORTH,
Tfjfk?r of Grmun in Public oc7-lw*
IIIH". !? A PfcTK S pELECT SCH?>OL FOB
1" 1 BoYS.?The tweif U annn U aeasioncoamaH
b, pt. 1Kb. )a!l p-?rOcnla*>> way be obtained fr.>t?
the Pi .m ;p?l. at 1704 I at. at? lna*
I AW DEPARTMENT OP COLUMBIAN
j cvaitiE.
The P^ll T- rrn of this arh<?1 "}"? WEDNES
DAY. I rfober liih, at tin* L?? Buil li.ig. on frt0
atreet. at 5S " rW<* p. ir,
Tk- n )tti!?r Fac:t'ty will b* tt't'M !?? f<n!n?Bt
*.? r> from abroad. who have been engaged to Lec
tarr ilsrinc the term.
|f.M, t* per mtiii'hlr In advance. *r? pay
a) le to tl * r-i?u?-'. sh>*:ll l in Mtpulwice
at ?!?? I w Bu.ldiu^; from 2 t" 5 o'clock th? day ot
oixiiM ff WM. *TH KNKY,
Secretary and Treasnrer.
E D1UAL bIf iIXM INT
or
blOBGKTOVN COLLEGE,
Corner cf E a.. l ICth N. W.,
WASHINGTON, D.C.
Tb" n?*t regular ronrse of Lecture* in this ln*tl
w ill ci B.Biriice r.n MoN DA Y.October 4,U7I,
ar.<l end in tb? f llowing 51 ?rch.
FACULTY:
NO CLE YCUNG. M. P., Pr >fe>* r of Pr^ticiplea
ar.<l Practice of Medicine, General Pathol. ?y and
Medical Ethics.
FLoIM'ARI'O HOWARD, M. P., Profsss.r of
B*id l>i? a*es ?t W"?-n and Children.
Jo|lNS"N EI.10T. M. D.. Proleaaor of Princi
pe a ar.'l Practice of Surrery.
J A ME? E Mo KG ,vN. M. D..Pronator of Materia
?l>d'.-a?n.l Tb*-ranentic?.
J. HARRY THOMPSON. M. P., Pr.?fei?aor of
PhpHil' gT ard Op. rattTf *cr*i-ry.
JOHN G P. HOLSTON, M. P., Profawor of
Aaatxny. _ _ _
D. ? , PLI^, M P., Lecturer on Criuary Path
alogv and 1 berapentic*.
J. HARKY THOMPSOM, M. P., Clinical Pro
fc-.r r < f Pieeaees >f Female*.
W. C. T1LDEN, M. P., Frofeaaor of Chemiatry
and To*ioolo?y.
WARWPK EVANS M. P. Pem^natrntor.
G. L. MAGRUPER. M. P., Projector.
For circular* and .i|!wr infonnati n apply to
JOUBSON FI-IOT, M D.. Pean,
ae* Steod.td S*. 0 E street northwest.
ESOL1 >H. FRENCH. AND CLASSICAL II
bTITllE F<'R YOl NG LADIES,
M ?i S ANGELO J ACKMIS, Priccii?*l.
F? . 913 X. w York at eon.', Uortbwnat. s??-ly
Medical department op Howard
L'NIVERSITY.
GIPFON S. PALMER. M.P..P?an, #14 A a? S. E
JOS. TA SEE JOHNSON. M.P., Sect rtary, corner
10th st. and New York aTenn.-, N.>* .
Ttf F -urth R^jrnlar Courae of M<-iical L?ctarea
w-ll ci anseccaon WEDNESDAY,October the Uth,
1371, at So'clock p.m.
FACTLTY.
811. \f? L. LOOM IS, A M..M D , No. T39 Pa.
?Te.S F , I nivfrpirr Profewr of Ch?nii?try. _
ROBKRT KEYUrKN. A M . SI D,. No. 64-* F
?*r?-?t N W . Wvtnnorth Profeaaorut the Principle*
? Ld Practic?.of -nrpry.
JOS. TABFR JOHNSON, A M..M. P.,com?rof
Rrth afreet aiul N Y. ?to. N. W , Profe^aor of Ob
atetrica, I'iwaiM of Wrai> n and Children.
GIPKON S PALMK K A M M. P.. No 410 A
ftrwt S E . Profe*?<<r of Phy?i..|??T and Hygiene
PH1NEVS H STRUNG. A. M . M. P., University
Hill. Pr f?-?aor of the Principlea and Practice of
Medicine.
CHARLES B PURVIS. A. M . M. P.. No. 1113
L stri-rt N W . Thadd?*n? St^Tena Profeaaor of Ma
teria M-dica and Mnlical JnTiaprnd^nce.
ALEXANDER T A I' Gl'STA, A M , M D.Wo.
1319 L ?tr.-et N. W.. Profcaaor of DeacriptiTe aud
Bargirnl Anatixnv.
J. ED. CHENEY, A. M , M D., Lecturer on Vi
C*BELLA C. BARROWS. M D., Lecturer on Op
tMpoli'iy.
WILLIAM H SEAMAN. Lectafr on Botany.
OSCAR OLDBERG. Lecturer on Practical I'liar
ONE CLINICAL LECTUBE
will be dailr. at 3:30 o'clock p.m., by on ? of
the Pr '? wti. or by th? Lecturer on <>pthiloT-).>gv.
Th"ae lectsir a will be illustrated by the namerous
(aiM in tbe Boa|>itaI, Di?|wnaary. and Orphac Aay
Inu. cniMfed with the mutitetV a.
Facilities for Clinical loitrncticn and Practice,
nrinrp- ?< d by any in thia city, will b? afforded all
Mnd'uta In att-rdar.ee. ,
Pees:?Matrii illation, 65; Full c^nrae. IflOO; 9in
(le ticket, ili
PHARMACEUTICAL school.
Th' Third Rezular Coura? will comaaence October
ilth. lelTl Lecture* will be given oa t'hemi*try,
laV ria Medica. Practical Pharmacy, aud B >tany.
MS-t.?U JOHN A. COLE, Secretary.
\j i^iniRH will morn asm mnoL
1P| <,n Mi'NDAY. *Hb of S.pt^mLer. 130^ H
street. l.?.tween l.Tth -vih! Uth strerta. >e-19 y<>3w
PATAPSC'O IE1ALI INSTITUTE. _ ~
NEAR BALTIMORE. Mo.
This Iratilute ha* Iwu In operation for thirty
years, and enjoy* a national reputatiou. With the
?nli'rof pupils liwite4 to iiinvty.it has reprea-nt
?tiv.s fr.m two ta?rd- of t*e state*, principally
h. uth and iV uthweat. Ita location is pre *ioineiitly
b* altliful. is central, and easily reached by railroad
fr- ui Raltim.Te and WA?hingt'>n city. F'>? Circular*
aiVIrM MRS R H. ARCHER.
jyl7 ei>3m Ellicott City P.O.. Mi.
An expeeTkncep~a nt> t ho rb cg h
TEACHER IN PIANO MUSIC ANP I?RAW
1NG will receive papila at No. 15411 street,b.*
tw"n Vermont aeruue and lftth -tr?>et ?c2?*-la*St
ra-he M1S^ES~OSBoRNET YOUNG LAD1E>'
1 BOARPIVG ASP PAY SCH?M)L will reopxn
Monday. September 4th. at 94 3 M ?tre<-t,( north
east corner of l?h.> Thorjiyh inatructi >n by
?erthern tearfier*. Pri fe*s >r t?*ch-r of
French. Reference*?E* Secretary \fc in. H.S? ward.
6eu. J. S. (V^-k-r. J. ho Hits, (Sail Conaul <gene
ral ) Set d r r circolar. WH>l>w*
SCIENTIFIC mSTRl'CTIOH IN VOCAL ANB
_ 1NSTRI MENTAL MUSIC.
SA M CEI. ( A HI - I bavin* resumed the duties ol
hia profeaenai. will a:tend to a limited number of
pnr <*. A class of yonng ladie* will be received at
f-a residenc So. 116 1st atreet ^ast,between A and
B north, Capitol Hill. ?el^?m
LADIES' GOODS, Ac.
IS
EW IMPORTATION OF PARIS KID
GLOVES.
A fine nnsurtjrent of Kll? ES. ?:> ?1L
shad'? an! rO-?. *;-t received t?n? Bu'
ti n. #1; T?" Button. 41 SO. Misses, 41
Everv aiir warranted.
r At M W1I.L1AN>.
ccl'-3t* 907 Pennsylvania a>enne.
J^OTH E TO TH *r LAD I ES ~
V..or attntlw la teeprtfully called to the^dlV
fl* e assortwient ^f Ugl
FALL AND WINTER FANCT GOODS.
ll.it. K nnei?. a'd all the latest >"Telti?*, a" Mrs.
M J itl'NT S. No. <>41 I> street, between 6th nnd
7th. Ladies own la^ea male up In H.tnkercliiefa,
Oallara, I; Dress Cap* aud Hea.l-tre**e? mad-- to
? rderatsh rt notice. A full -vtsortmentof KEATH
ENS- FLOWER'. LACES, NOTIONS, Ac L*4i-*
will find it to their advantage to call before par
chasm# elsew here, as the r od? are all new. well se
le<t>d ai:d bought for cash, enabling ins to sell at
rvtlu< ed price*. The celebrated B-Jdiag Broa. Bew
laf tiik, M in ap?>oi?. all color*. 3U cents. ocll-3t
<? GRAND OPENING
M. KING, Jr.,
MASONIC TEMPLM.
CORHEE NINTH AND P STR3ETP,
of an entire lea and Selected Stock of
? ILLJNERY and PANCT GOODS
flowers, FEATHERS. RIBBONS.
FRENCH PATTERN B ?NNETS AND HATt,
And all the LATEST NOVELTIES of the Seaaoa
LADIES HOSIERY. GLOVES AND OOBSETB
at tW lowest market rate*. aeW tr
ft
M WILLIAM S HOUSE IN PARIS,
? Mo. 1 CITE TREV1S,
Has b?*B re established and be will be able to *ho?,
Irol tbi* day. tbe t?*a? aaaortment uf
itEVL LACE GOODS. _ _
BoN VETS and RoI ND HAT8,
FLOWERS and FEATHERS,
own order. Ac . Ac . .
DRESSEt* awl CLOAKS m^le ?o order.
One Price oalf. _ 1. WnJ<IAHt
MU HT PenaaylTaaia aven?.
EEC EIVBD?A fiae
BERLIN ZEPHYR^EMBEOU>ERED SLIPPEE
Ac., which I aa prepared
m. Call and b* c?a?U(?i
at
P. LEECH, TIE m atra^t,
between 0 and H.
Call and see, at
H. 11 ELL EE'S,
Tl* Market
-??.
Tla lAitrr
of BATUEAL
HELLER Sj
b.i> cite j?te
?v Sift-.
C* BO S BAZ AR 914 Pa. aa., between ?th and
y,;h sta.jla the cheapest an.l beat plaaa for la*
?l NS, P1BT0LX, CLOCK# Bo Uoabl* to ahow
Hi.
AMUSEMENTS.
"V^VW NATIONAL, TUEATEK.
^lf Lmerwl Mintpr Mr. J.O. SWILLB.
FhlDAY. OCTOBER 1SJ^?
BrrrtK ami l?st ap.-esniuco bnt two, 01
lllB.CHAW-DiniTHF.W.I.
V ho * i I ?+P'-.r at SL Ch.ir>eit Coidiir.-a:u, ID his
v?b ctmnlir, in two
And Youag Wildin'^io^Jte's corner of th>
.ATTBDA^ArT^^^I^, last
T<-n ttow Night a (t'f?t bill?Mr. M*ih''W( ln?i
*J<P ?M9t'
MONDAY, Octobkr 16. 1871,
Iiior. B*.u. ica nit's r-w nn.l 'owr-rtul D.^m:* entitled
tl.riK. ob. ">HE CHEBKT TKRK INS.
Procured* th new x'Bcry and m^caanisin, #m
.1 r the ?Hr>rti..ti if Mr. < !i?i 1< s * h ntloigh. It
C* BAND OMITI AND VOCAL CONCERT,
AT SAINT JOHN'S CHURCH,
Georgetown, P. C.,
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18th,
at 7:30 p. m.,
T?- inaugurate-h" N?w Oritsn ju?t erectodby Erb n,
New York.
By fno best talent of the District.
Ticket#. S1; Children ro cent'. To behwlI at *L
MS' niu?:c sfre. Petin*. a?enue; B KT4KBDTT 3
moie store, Penna. avenue; THOXPflOR ^?2?
?t?re, c*-tt 1Mb st and New Y<>rk avenue; OKT
IY '8 bookstore, Georgetown. P. C. ocl.Vtd
| Patriot.Repuo.l
T INCOLN HALL.
SATURDAY EVENING. Oct. 14, at 8 o"cloc?.
COXi'ERT
1\ AID or THK
CHICAGO SU FFERERS,
BT THB
CHOBAL SOCIETY,
Assisted by the following ladies ami mntlemon, who
have generously tendered their *?rt ices :
MP.?. l>KO??P.
MBH CAMP,
MRS. FAIRHMB. _
MR J. REMINGTON FAIRLAMB,
ITB. CARL BfCHTER,
MB GEO. F*LIX BENK'HT,
master eugbne kiekoefer.
MB. B. C. S1ERMAN, Couductsr.
Tickets, 01. No extra charge for reserved s?*at*.
Ft r sale at MeUerott's Music Btora. ocM-St
tincoln hall,
FRIDAY NIGHT, October 13th.
Th? Managers of the Entertainment in aiil of the
Fourth Presbyterian Church have determined to
?ioraie the tunds to the
CHICAGO SUFFERERS.
SELECT BEC1TAT10N9, FOCAL AND IN^TBU
MENTAL PERFORMANCES. oc 12 2t
C~^BAND PROMENADE CONCERT
? IX AID OF THE CHICAGO FU!\D.
aives i-stvrr tub auspices or the
WASHINGTON LIGHT INfANTRY
and the
PRESIDENT'S MOUNTED GUARD,
MASONIC* TEMPLE,
FRIDAY, October 13, at 8 P.M.
The full Marine Band ha* been engaged.
lickets, admitting gentleman and ltd/, SI.
For sale at all book aud drug store*, and at the
door. .
All members of military organizations are expected
to appear in uniform.
Executive Commiitt*.
Col. S. W. Oweis, Capt. Thos. J. Luttrell,
Col. W. 0. Moore. Capt B.C. Lewis.
Capt. J. W. M< Knight,
Com nutlet of Arranttmintf.
Lt. J. Walsh, Col. A. Webst r,
Lt.O. R Hough. H. H-Clapp, E?j.,
L'. Ja?. B. Waugh, J. W. B>teler, Es<i.,
Lt. W B. Stone, R. W. Fen wick ,lS*4.,
L?. Fred. Calvert, G-o. W. Riggs,Es<j.
cc IS 1 Rep., Pat. and Chron.l
OLD No.I ON BXHIBITIOB INlw ??
486 S AMD BALI I 43*
Tn Bt.S AT |Tt? St.
?AEKBITEB'R.
Bo. 486 Seventh street, between D and ? streeta
eight doors above Odd Fellow^ Hall,
Choice Oil Painting*, Engravings Chromos,Ac.
Alao, Largest Stock Paper Hangings, Window
4iiad??,Pictarea,Framea.Picturo Cords, and Tassels
.Nails, Ac - hi the District.
htBMS.CASH. _ _ .
?ber Nam* and Number. apOTly*
PPOF. SHELDON'S
FASHIONABLE DANCING ACADEMY,
NEW MEDICAL BUILDING,1004 Fit.,near Mth,
will <>p*n for the Season of 191-1,
Oa SATVBnAY. September ?, a, I SO p. m.
DATS AND HOURS OF TUITION.
JUYBNILE CLASS.TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS,
and SATCRDATS, S:30 to 6 p. m. *%
LADIES' CLASS, TUESDAYS, THUBS M?
DA VS. aud SATURDAYS,# to 4p. m. /7*
GENTLEMEN'S CLASS, TL ESDA YS and UA
THURSDAYS, 7JO to 9 ? m.
Especial Class of Ladies and GeoOanen for the
' Boston," Tuesday and Thursday,* to lOp m.
Reunion aver) Saturday, 7 to M p. a. ror Ladles
and Gentlemen only; children will net be admitted.
Ladies desiring to attend these Reunions will be re
quired to make application for " Complimentary
Reason Card of Admission," by post, to PROF.
SHELDON,*19 lJth street N. W. If unknown to
Prof. 8., a suitable reference ?h aU accompauy the
note of application NOTICE ?All pupils entering
the claaaes during So mber win receive * lessons
to the quarter. Private tuition and tuition In schools,
private families or private classes at any hour arrecd
apou. Residence, so. 91* 12th street, between I
and K streets au XX tf
PROFESSIONAL.
DB. JAMES B. MORGAN,
Office aid residence.
No. 90S.E PTREET. near theilentml Post Office.
Will be at his office in South Washington at 1(1 a.
m. and S p.m. oc 4tf
lXJOTICB ?N. P.CHIPMAN has retired from the
flrniof CH1PMAN. HOSMER & CO , so far as
its buniueex embrace* the prosecution of claims
agaioxt the Government.
Th>- Land and Patent business will be conducted
as heretofore. That relating to Law and Clatms
sgainst th?* Government will ho .continued by HOS
Mth Jt to. N. P.CHIPMAN,
A. A. HOSMER.
ocS-lm O. P. GIL/MORE
Re m o t a l .
I)R. JOHN 11.1m RKALL has removed
his DENTAL R??OMSto 1SS7 Pa.aveuue,:
over Franklin A Co., Opticians. ocl-ly
JlTwolf, * D?
SURGkON DENTIST,
17ii9 Pfnnsylvania avenue. b<-tweenl7th
and ISih struts. seX 6ni*
NO. STARKWEATHER
ARCHITECT.
AXV1NKBR AND SVFERINTIiSDJSHT.
All orders promptly executed. DRAWINGS for
Snilding at reduced prices. Oflcs at the old stand.
Plait's Building, corner New York avenue and Utb
street apUly
EL. SCHMIDT.
ATTORN EH AND _
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
FIRB AND LIFE INSU RANCE AGENT,
Colombia Law Building,Room No. A.Wh street,
between D and B. ?I*-ly
C A B ? JAMBS B. WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEY *T LAW,
OFFICE SOUTH SIDl LOUISIANA AYBNBB
No. 484, betwsea 4M and 4th streets, a few
doors east of Barbour's Law Building,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Specialty?Testamentary Law. W-tf
JOHN
r. HANNA,
CJA.A
teacher or music,
ly taa Fa. avs .betnh aadioth Ms.
WASHINGTON HOTBLa
T
I SS
1 s
VERMONT AVENUE.
T. BOESSLB * BOH,
ocia-tf Pbop?x?tors ^
(/RAN KLIN HOTEL, Corner Mh Md D
r streets, Washington. D. C.?This house has besn
-horosgkVr rsnovatad, and Is now on?n for i
?asr- 5Kri!2Sa^
c.
V. WILLARD,
BBBITT HOUSB,
| WASHINGTON. D O
great prevbative or chills,
F. X. DOOLEY'S
TONIC ELIXIR OF CALI8ATA.
rot salr ?t
IT. X. Pooler. Dr^glst,*^. Pa. avs. and east M st
Chss. StoCt A Co., DragglsU, Pa ave., bei 4H anj
A*0~sUch*t, Pmggist. Aaacostla. P 0. ocS IT_
LB
CHABLBS WOOD,
Ooracr Mu ud D mm
SPECIAL NOTICES.
The Following; will be read wHk
Interest..
I rdtr date of April 36th. 71, Dr. Henry J- *>wn.
6?> Kbtrp street. Baltimore,an riuinmit ihyticiao
?rites regarding CUTSTAL DISCO*'KB I :
" ll ?ff ris me niH-h plwwnre to b*ar testimony as
to the effirncv of your Crystal Discovery. Sf.me
rears since, while in India I suff>-re-l from a ?"Tere
lever peculiar to the c untry. On my recovering a
patch of hair on the It ft side of uiy head became per
ii rtly white, * iiln-or at all af.it ut the remainder.
To remove thi* unsightly appearum??, I had rec >urse
to tttli'D* preparation*, both in E'ir"P" and this
country; hot they all had one great detect?they dyed
'he hsfr black. Ni.w,?ith)(iiirt!ry?Wl Discovery,
I can get the desired shade?the t atnral color of my
hair being dark brown. 1 consider your Discovery
the liest preparation I know of. ?
Yours, trulv, HENRY J. ROGERS."
Clean, rle.tr, harmless, it furnish** the ouiy safe
preparation to (rive new life to the Hair, wh-*n de
cayed or gray. It will stop the hair falling. and re
uiove dandruff. Sold by many of th" principal dru?
gists and at dep>', S>! and I? streets, N. W.
oc7 tr ARTHCK NATTANS, Discoverer, Ac.
Great Redaction.
IN OLD HYK AND BoCKBUN WHISKIES
BRANDIES, GINS. Ac., t _
>f the following brand*, vis:? Family Nectar
2 vearso'.d, $2.?0 per gal.; Bob~rt!w>n 4 do.,fif3.0j
to'.. Bowler, 4 do.; Old Crow,, 6 do., $5 do . Baker, ?
do., $5 do.; Pine Apple, (rectified,! Bl.*0 do
Brandies?Larocheller. 5-1 do.; do..(flne,) #5 do..
Hehnesaey. 1864. $7 do.; do , I&4#, $ III do.; Otard.
4 Co., HiS. 510, California Brainy,do..
iy A lA'tt i WO, 'Jl", VBIMVIUI"
Old' Tjm Gin, !>2.2S; Cocktail Bittera, Blackberry
Brandy. Lihoral discount to
Proprietors of the Native Wine Bitters,
myll 1317 and 1919 Penn'a avenue.
Lea * Perrlns' 8a
Pronounced by Connoisseurs
"THE ONLY GOOD SAUCE."
It Improves appetite and digestion, and It is an
''wl'iV-'di'r.'cf'j'i.'v M?r. LI? ? Pffill'lJ
?" ^yBWoioiiflsoSfSr*'"
inU fnftn Agents, New York
Batekeler'a Hair Dye.
This splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world.
Harmless, reliable, Instantaneous, does not contain
lead, nor any vitahc poison to proa nee paralysis or
death. AvoUl the vaunted and delusive preparations
boasting virtues they do not possess. The genuint
W. A. Bachelor's Hair Dye has had thirty yeari
untarnished reputation to upheld it* Integrity as
the only perfect Hair Dye?Black or Brown. Bold
hv all (fraggilt* Applied at 16 Boud street. New
York to*"*
THUB9TON'8 IVOBY PEARL TOOTH P0_W
DIUii th?- best article for cleansing and preserviut
te'-th. Sold by all druggists. Price, 2u and 5C ?*qM.
JOIVEN'8 INODOROUS KID GLOVE CLEAN
EB restores toiled gloves equal to new. Bold by all
img?|sii aud fancy goods dealers. Price, 36
te^ta. M-It
7?D
H.B.
7*D
IIABLE BROTHERS,
FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS.
CUSTOM DEPARTMENT.
COATS, VEBT8 AND PANT8
TO OBDEB FBOM
GERMAN AND FRENCH
GRANITES, PIQDRS and TRICOTS.
RXGLIFH AND FRENCH
DIAGONALS AND BASKRT COATINGS
DEVONbHIRC KERSEYS.
CHINCHILLAS AND BEAYEBS.
IRIbH FREIS.
CAKB S WEST OF ENGLAND HELTONS.
SCOTCH AND AMERICAN
SUITINGS AXD CHEVIOTS.
GERMAN, FRENCH. a*?
ENGLlbH CASSIMERES.
CHOICE AMERICAN CAB8IMEBE8,
CLOTHS asd DOESKINS.
VBLYETS, CAS8IMERES,
WORSTED A5B SILK VBSTINQS.
READE-MADK CLOTHING,
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FURNISHING GOODS,
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FALL AND WINTER SUITS:
CABTOR BEAVER SUITS
ENGLISH DIAGONAL SUITS.
ENGLISH CASSIMERE
ENGLlbH MELTON
WASHINGTON MILLS..
TIGER 81LK. MIXED
HARRIS' SILK. MIXED.
HARRIS' CASfclMERE
SCOTCH CAS81MERE.
PITMAN CAS81MERE..
PIKENIX CAS81MERR...
ALL WOOL CA88IMEBB...
GENTEEL GAS8IMEBB.
And HEAVY SUBSTANTIAL SUITS
FRENCH, ENGLItH AND AMERICAN
AND VE8T8,
A LARGS TA&JETY.
FROM.
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YOUTHS SUITS
BOYS SUITS
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OVBBCOAT8, CAPES AND GLBNGABY COATS
IN GREAT VABIBTY AND PBICRS. .
CALL AND 8MB.
"Bsaenbsr i
i and number.
POPULAB CLOTHIBB.
11 Pa. ava., bet. 10 and 11th
E- CHI'BOPODIST.
UTS&ey* "*?
Baltimore, successfully treats
CORNS, BUNIONS,
Clab aad Iagrowing NalU, ChilblaJ
mm of thsFeeC, without pain or
tfce patient. The ahoe can W warn With ?
dlately after the ope ratios. Befers to the l
neat physicians, aargeoos
well-known and rsspseafkl
his satahliahsasnt.
Eg A REg I0W BECEIVING FOB P BIT ATI
the third floer.a large stock of axcellsot PABl6r,
CHAM BE Band otWUrni tare ja.de by the best
makers, to which we call the attention of bayers.
W7L. WALL A CO..
Auctioneers awl Omnainn Merchants,
It 000 and OOO opr. Pa. avs. aad 9th st.
f Be pub A Patriot.)
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and elegance i
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EVENING STAR.
Washington News and Gossip,
Iicterwal Ri vexve?The receipt* from this
source to-day were 92i9.91l.6l.
1 he ( ahi>kt met at noon to-day; all the
members present except Attorney General Aker
rnan, who is out of the city.
Sit KETABtifl IVli.no and Robeson both re
turned to the city last evening from thotr cam
paigning tour through Ohio.
Cojimir^iowkr Docglarr, of the Internal
Kcvenue office, returned here last night from
Pennsylvania.
(.KM. J. S. Kioirr, representative from the
PitUburg district, is in town, staving at the
Arlington.
Extension of Patent Kkpvsrd The ap
plicafionby George W. 11 iUlreth for an exten
sion of patent for gang plows has been refused
by tue Commissioner of Patents.
The Niw Chicago Po^t Office A tele
gram rece.ved at the Treasury Department to
caj announces that the Post Office will be
Church and thf sS*811 Avenue Methodist
the wm side ottSj^y ln * bail<lill?
Ordered ok Cocbt-mabtial Dctt Capt
Loomis L. I.angdon and First Lieut Thomas
w ard, 1st artillery, have been ordered to duiv
on the court-martial at New York, in Mace of
? apt* John F. Hitter and George M. iravton,
8th Milan try. who have been relieved. "
The Preridemt and Mrs. Grant, the Post
ea.cter and Mrs. Creswell, Secretary Boutwell,
Secretary Robeson, and General Porter leave
on the late train for Boston, to at
p'''] the y^nf_?f fhe corner-stone of the new
Post office and Cnstom-house. Secretary Belk
nap leaves to-morrow, and will join the party on
Safe,K""? ?*?? ????
^?** Giles A. Smith has resigned his posi
tion as Second Assistant Postmaster General,
?? eCtWHt of ill-health, and Hon. John A.
Routt, of Illinois, been appointed to fill the
vacancy. Mr. Routt wto f?rm?riy CWcr . .
4,1,1 more receifur
of Illinou! marHhal tor tbe southern district
Removal op the North Carolina Cher
0KEE8 Colonel Cox, of the Interior Depart
'friend I.ang, of the Board of Indian
t ommissioners, telegraph to the Secretary of
SfJrWW th7bave 8uee?oded in placing
all of the Indians in >?orth Carolina on thei?
reservation in the Indian Territory, and that
morning. * Washington In inly
Fibe$ix the Rocky Mocstatns?General
Humphreys, Chief of the Engineer Bureau of
<^.PcpariI?ent' to-d*y received a letter
Clarence King, geologist in charge of the
geologicalexpedition or the 40th parallel, dated
f^ZV\K?tei7i UinUh Mountain, October il
ro Jr'.'ft states that extensive fires have
completed by Deceml>er 1st, and Uiat {he exnc?
dltion is very successful. e ^
THE B1JRIVED CITY.
f*r TheaMlt es.
demGV^?S?Kr?U,l^e of Presi
uem u rant toe banquet proponed bv the citv of
stone ot the^
roetOffloe will be dispensed with and the monev
f " th? 0,'iC1hica?o- meeting
ior uie purpose of raising contributions we??
continued throughout the country yesterday and
SSTTig?.1^1-^A ?S?5S hi
been received troin the English laverniiii'iif tn
^ Chicago all the milit^rV tents and
SS? sx?
(j <**) ?i ?Ii JL churches under his jurisdiction.
<0,000 ?l WEKEB8 TO BE PROVIDED FOB THIS
- , WISTER.
?^Ts.^f?\L?f,the Chic??0 Tribune, esti
Mm the number of persons to be provided for
nf coming winter at 70,0il0. The iegisla
?yOor^tl^T'SnVi !\ "?*cU1 ?eMiou
tor - ' of vhl0' h?* l>?n in Chicago
r.port
?t incendiarism has reached him
wiid'a.Wietf?LC^lcag?.*?? Ca,m antl we"^
tect the district devasted by the firT 5 1
- .JBK ^iT.^ ?IRI*G PROM ITS ASHES.
,r.;ii froniofficial reiiorts that fiftv
millions feet of lumber was destroyed leaving
twenty-four million feet still on hand < >? .
hundred thousand ?tolii^ were .uWbed ~u
i^t-'o?80 veBter<lay toward rebuilding the chain
tW?tooauurM on the old site. Work uisjh it
will be commenced at once. Wholesale dealers
in provisions, flour, and lumber refuse to t?k ?
0,;tb,e. B'tuat'On' but eiSu^e to Si
their goods at old grices. The same is tr..r?I.
c oal-uenlers who have any stock lpfY Tiinil
m bjlldljr. ?e being if ^
?ir'Xy, ??n
SSnJl?j?gTto'ilf l'r"u "" |w?"le
. ^ .no lo,1??er an objectot" Interest sav..
as to the situation of .sites tor rebuilding. Vverv
businessman who can find a shed in ?mUi.
resume, has begun business again. The countrv
KE""? ri tnlttl?- t^eir claims, and
solvency becomes more and more promising
fwdTto^d^j" re8umed M U8Ual ^ the live stocL
HO RIGHT REER8 WASTED.
IvJi!. ihcme who are anxious to vist Chieaint
irV? *Tlere curiosity from coming. Tliousandsot
,,ow in tL<- city withoutXlto? or
rSa^^SiC^SS."'"" feU *?d
*> mo? .ere
tonnel on the north side. It is certain th^Tthis is
fi!i B i portion of the number caught in the
flames and entirely consumed. Theikroner v^
UroSf whi?*n 'n<luePt on sixty-lour bodies, only
Tere recogniiea. One was HenrV
I ILman, a banker, and the other Peter ft'Rripn
m*n who crawhMl into the Sato?:
oTKo^5? Mnl rec1p.P1,*od " that of A. Leckson
ot fto. 31 Milwaokie avenue. Twenty dead bo<)iM
if"? the basements of two buiidinm.
tZTt.SSiX
M*KT;*? OW CHICAGO BAHKKBS
*??
ru-Iv i , P* oent, in case of anv imli
?1^ f^2k; aBd continue to pay an/add{
tioual inttalmenta as fast as assets hi i
Etod 1 ^eBUre
amined and their conditions make Dublin fif
po*'?rde*55S?^^0?F*Illxatkm for the P"r
SSttat the world for lB^er^'gT*cte';
-5B.?S?ftSS7SWy,S?2J-Sr
lican gain is 4 JM nl uj!? reported repub
.isast* "SLs^Asiss1
Habcock'b Cake All Is the Fire.?Tin
result in Pennsylvania has probably knocked
into a cocked bat Hancock's prospects for th<
democratic nomination (tor the Presidency. Hi>
frier ds will not insist upon his running when hb
own State is likely to " go back" on him?IT. T
HtrmU.
First Smow Fall?The Cumberland (UJ.i
Newt, of the 12th instant, says that on the da*
previous snow fell at several points on the Bal
tiasore and Ohio railroad west from that ctt?,
adding that at Cumberland and Oaklan 1 the
fall was quite heavy.
^Georgia has a Chinch county, namod, per
haps, in honor of her jnoet numerous inasct.
THE WASHINGTON IND CHESAPEAKE RAILROAD.
A Mew and Inportaat Enterprise.
Prop?"r<l (oiniftilon of the Cmpital
?itli CbCHap?*ake liny by a Kbort
Line ?f KAilwaj.
Washington, October 9.1SC1.
Cihtor Star: I have .iust if turned front Calvert
county, M?!., where I have been engaged tor the
past two weeks in examining the rout*' tor a rail
ro:ni to be made from Washington to the Chesa
|*ake Bay. at a point a short distance above the
mouth ot Choptank river, where the road would,
when finished, connect with the road leading
frc m Washington to the lower part of the eastern
shore of Virginia, thence across the bay to
Hampton Roads. Norfolk. Ac. I left New York
oil tlu lf'th of September, since which time I
have leen busily engaged in the examina
tion. 1 find that the best route would be
to commence on Pennsylvania avenue at a point
where formerly stood the burnt bridge; thence
to pass across the county of Prince George'*,
near the Woodyard near St. Roue's Church, and
to ?row the Patuxent river at or near the Til
lage of Nottinghnm. on the Patuxent river, to a
point on the Chesapeake bay below Fishing
creek, there to erect a breakwater. The dis
tance from Washington to the bay, as near as 1
can ascertain, is 21 miles. The country through
which the road would pass is level or slightlv
undulating, and easy to work. Had this roa<l
be< n l>ullt by the government during the late
war. it woulll have been a saving of hundre<ls
of millions of dollars. When made, it will short
en the time of travel from Baltimore five hour*,
from Washington, four or five hours.
It will, by its different connections, be a road
of great travel both north and south: a coal
depot on the bay might he established which
ct uld be approached at all seasons of the year,
Chesapeake bay being one of the best harbors in
the world. The road would pass through some
of the best lands in Maryland, inferior to none
lor producing fruit* and vegetables. Washing
ton could In a few hours Be supplied not oniv
with the fruits and vegetables, but with fish
alive from the Patuxent and Chesapeake, and
with the fruits of the West Indies. My em
ployes, a company to be formed principally from
business men of New York ami Boston, intend to
ask of Congress a grant of 2,flOt4IO acres of land
to assist in making the road, the government to
be allowed to pass her mails, Ac., during wars,
her troops and munitions of war free of charge.
I tliiiiK that when the Washington and Chesa
peake road Is completed, a communication with
the Point of Rocks road would lead to the for
mation of a coal depot at the L.iv that would bo
of ip<ralculable utflity,not only to go^rnmenI,
but (o the commercial worlJ- ^ depot 0n the
bay btir.g ma?*e a port of entry. Washington
could receive her goods In fifty (30) minutes
from the custom-house. A person leaving Wash
ington could. In twelve hours. l?e on Smith's
Island, off Cape Charles, where there Is per
petual summer, and where fish of all kinds and
wild fowls abound. In eight (8) hours after
leaving Washington they could be in Norfolk.
In fact, it is a route that has as yet been ne
glected, but one that must be made.
Thomas Y. Greenfield.
TELEGRAMS TO THE STAB.
This Afternoon's Dispatches.
ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS.
THE CHICAOO FIRE.
Latest front the Afflicted City.
Chicago, Oct. 13.?Active preparations are
going on for the restoration of all branches of
business. The propositions mule by the mem
bers of the Board of Trade to settle outstanding
contracts on the basis of last Saturday's market
meets with favor. No business whatever is do
ing. Ktght elevators were saved. The estimated
loss in grain foots up 2,000,000 bushels.
The Situation la Chicago.
New- Yobk, Oct. 13?A meeting of the relief
committee of the Chamber of Commerce was
held to-day. letters were received from Chi
cago giving accounts of the situation, and ask
ing tor clothing and bedding for women and
children. Dispatches were received from the
Mayor of Birmingham, announcing the sub
scription of ?1,000; from the Lord Mayor of
London, ?1,000; and from Morgan & Co.. an
nouncing a subscription from the American
citiz< nsTn Ixtndon of ?3,300. The subscriptions
of this Chamber since yesterday will probably
imount to about ?75,000.
.tdami Express Company Contribute*
910,000.
New York, Oct. 13?The following oor
restondence is published:
New Yof.k, Oct. 12? R. B. Mason, Mtyor of
Chicago; Adams Express Company transmits
to you this day 910.000 as Its contribution
towards the relief of the sutferers bv the fire In
vour city. W. B. DinsMona, President.
Chicago, III., Oct. 13?"fT. B. Dintmort.
Preiiiient t f Adamt Eryrftt C mpeay.- Accept,
for vourelf and your company, the warmest
1 banks of our citizens for your donation for their
relief. It will go far to relieve the great distress
in which thousands now arc. We are terribly
afflicted, but our hearts ere cheered by the nu
merous expressions of sympathy and material
aid given, and we hope to rise again within a
short time. R. B.Mason, Mayor or Chicago.
Swelling the Chicago Relief Fond.
New York,Oct. 13?The following additional
subscriptions have been made for Chicago:
City Council of Fall River, Mass. ?25,000. As
tor Lodge, No. 603, of F. and A. Masons, New
York, *300. Binghampton, N. Y., over ?5,000.
Cincinnati, 13?Reports from all parts of
the west and suth show unabted zeal on the part
of the people In collecting monev and subscrip
tions for the suffering people o^ Chicago. The
good work goes bravely on.
Naw York, Oct. 13.?The central president
and spiritual directorof the Catholic temperance
?wleties of New Jersey have Issued an appeal
to the societies within their jurisdiction for ap
propriations and contributions for the Chicago
relief fund.
The town of Cohoes, N. Y., contributes
*11,000.
Pall Biveh, Mass, Oct. 13?The Cltv Coun
cil last evening voted to send ?*25,000 to Chicago
lor the relief ot the sufferers by the fire.
Philadelphia, Oct. 13?The city council of
Aldermen has appropriated ?3,000 for the Chi
cago sutferers, in addition to private collection.-,
lu Philadelphia contributions are pouring in.
A store lias been opened on Chestnut street for
the reception of contributions of clothing. Lin
coln Institute of soldiers' orphans is also re
ceiving supplies. Large quantities have already
been forwarded by trains over the Pennsylvania
railroad. The latter company announce that a
temporary depot hat been erected at Chicago
for the reception of freigtit, and the usual trains
have resumed.
Liberal European Contribution* to
the Chicago Belief Fund.
LoKiK>w,Oct. 13.?The common council ot this
city met in Guild Hall to-day, the Lord Mavor
presiding. Appropriate resolutions of sympathy
were adopted, and it was unanimously agreed
that 1,000 guineas be immediately forwarded to
A m erica, to be placed to the credit of the mayor
of Chicago for the relief of the sufferers by the
fire. The Lord Mayor received yesterday con
tributions from private individuals to upwards
of ?7,000sterling. Baring,Morgan,Rothschild,
Brown, Sliipley & Co., the Great western rail
way of Canada, and the Grand Trunk railway
have subscribed ?1,000 each. The Liverpool
Chamber of Commerce voted ?400 yesterday.
The American Chamber contributed ?1,300 to
day. There will be a mam meeting to secure
further aid. The Edinburgh Chamber of Com
merce unanimously adopted a resolution re
questing the Provost to call a meeting of citi
zens to organise relief committees. The chief
merchants of Southampton hare opened sub
scriptions, and called open the eittseaa gen
erally for contributions. At Berlin, the prart
dent of the direction of pottoe, Dewurmb and
Krelsmann, U. 8. consul, head the list Mr the .
relief of the sufferers, and are active In securing
subscriptions. At Frankfort the leading bank
ers and merchants are taking active Interest In
the relief movement, both by contributions and
personal efforts In securing subscriptions from
this and other communities.
^ o?V
has been arrested. The nag were part
Chicago plundering party, fleeing from Pinker
ton's detectives with the Intention of raiding on
Racine or Milwaukle. This Intention b<it"g
apprehended, the railroad authorities prevent*,]
them from coming further north, and thev
retaliated by attempting a whole-ale slaughter
of passengers.
HAUTToaD. Oct. 13.?Wilson, the a
who was to have been executed this morning.
?a desperate attempt to take his own lifeat
S o'clock this morning. At that hoar he ealled
one of the guards to his cell door and said
Here I go; you'll be cheated now!" at the
ing himself la the region of the
heart with a long needle. Atthlshov <8 a. a.)
he is unconscious, but it Is believed that he wil
recover la time to be hung at noon. A oontnl
talien of physicians Is now taking Pu?
JM
Xiw York. Oct. 13?Tbe Mnyvnul bank.
744 Broadway. sus|?ruded j?ayment yesterday.
The Stuyvessnt is a State batik, with a capital
of fjn0,l?00. Davis ? allaiaore Is president and
.loLn Van Ordrn rubkr. It if claim- ? I that the
bank ran pay every dollar due depositor*, and
that its capital is liable to lie encroached upon
onlv from aflfl.floo to tf5.(*0. The failure is
doubtless attributable to the Chicago fire and
the ronarqueiit tightening of the mcuey market
and difficulty in procuring funds.
Ike Trial of Dr. Hedlirot(.
St. 1-x>vis, Oct. IS?The trial of Dr Medli
cott, charged with i<oisoning Isaac Kuth. of
Laurence, Kansas, commenced Tuesday. The
testimony so far has all l-een of a medtcal char
acter. Dr. Sanders testifies that morphine hns
been found in the body. It is said the case will
atsnme a very sensational phase, both liik*
having startling evidence In reserve.
The Tnmiitnn.v Entbroicllo.
A Mi mfamur on tkt I'onirtllrr.
Kkw Yokk, Oct. 13.?.Judge Ingrabam has
decided that as far as the asse:-*ment bond* are
concerned the two per cent, tax ikx-s not apply
to the case of the Department of Parks. and
granted a mandamtis competing the controller
to furnish bonds at their demand. The jud^e
jilto raid he would decide the question of funded
stock In a few days.
Snipes Hi on of the < onneet lent I'ire
I wan ranee ( mh|mui).
Hertford, Oct. 13?The lolk>wiug circular
was issued this noon:
Ofirt <f Ik' ConnerHmt Firt Imvmnc Com
pnajr.'?Definite information, just received from
Chicago, places our losses at so high a figure
that we are obliged to su?|>eud bimiins* until
the question of reorganization shall be settled.
(Signed,) John B. Eldridgk, President.
k. Bay Burled In tier a Fallen Wnll
Kxwark, K. J., Oct. 13?The walls of the old
hospital in Central street, receutly burned, were
blown down last evening. Two bivs were
buried in the debris, one named .lube killed.
The body was recovered atter midnight.
Arrival of Win. M. Irarta.
Krw Yobk, Oct. 13.?Arrived, steamer Rising
Star, from Aspinwall. and steamer Cuba, from
Liverpool. Among the Cuba's passengers is
Wm. M. Evarts.
LOCALt NEWS.
kKD-HOT MEETIW IX TUB TW E*
TY-riKMr VINTKIt r.
Prnyer at tbe OpeningPa*t I ha at
the 11 owe Jraklati 'Hlvaiskes the
Chairman.
A meeting of the Workingiuon's Club of tli?
Twenty-first district was held last night at the
Lincoln Institute, corner of 14th and C streets.
It was alleged that the object *as to nomi
nate or recommend Prof. A. M. Green as a can
didate for the House of Delegates. Mr. dam *
MarsLall presided, with Aaron Bradxhaw as
secretary. There was a lively discussion as to
whether Brother Robinson should open the
meeting with prayer, or not.
llr. Mathews Brown said it was not a prayer
meeting, but a business meeting.
Mr. Brazil said some of them were like old
Moses when he saw the burning bush. They
wanted prayer at these met tings, for
THE DEVIL WAS BIBK,
not only with the sinner man, but the Christian
man.
Mr. Wa. Beron hoped they won Id proceed in
the right spirit; that prayer would be offered,
and they would not act afterwards as if the devil
had posk-ssion of them all.
The president here called on Bro. Robinson to
pray, and as the most of those present pros
trated themselves Brown remained upright, not
withstanding the cries of
" Down on rom k*rk?, brow*,"
and in a short prayer the l?rd was beaeeched to
break up the jars and confusion and spread His
spirit from heart to heart.
Mr. V T. Davis offered resolutions: That the
law ot the corporation constituting
SIGHT HOCKS A LKttAL DAY'S WORK,
and two dollars a legal day's pay for laborers,
and three dollars for horses and carts, and the
adoption of the same measure by a law of Con
gress, approved June 25. 1&68, have become so
universally admitted to be most reasonable and
just, both to the employer and the employed,
that to reduce the amount of wages to one dol
lar and a half, and to increase the amount of
labor to ten hours per day, cannot but prove
detrimental to the industrial and social interests
of the people, and an injury to the political in
terests of the republican party; and ple<lgiog
themselves to register and poll the full republi
can vote of the District
IS ?AVOB OF TBI ?4.000,000 loav;
in favor of an enlargement of the people's
rights under the new government, and in favor
oi the present federal standard of labor and
compensation on all District improvements.
Mr. Mansfield moved to amend by inserting a
Suallfication for supporting the loan, "in con
deration of an entire non-interference of the
Board of Public Works or the District govern
ment in the selection of our representative
men."
Several other motions followed in quick suc
cession, and a wild discussion ensued, during
which ft at. Brown charged that the chair had
been acting unfairly.
Brother John Bryan urged thaUt they did'nt
stop cavilling that'
DEATH OB OLD AGE
wtuld catch them before they got through, and
at 9:05 the books were opened and 13 name
were entered.
Another wild discussion followed, as to the
mode of electing, and F. D. Gaines getting the
floor, was made the subject of a point of order
that he was not a member. Jenkins attempted
to speak, when the President said
??I** '8TOKISH AT TOP."
Jenkins.?"Why don't you 'stnnish at them
who makes the muss. The Chair?"Shut your
mouth." [Voices "Order." "Set down."]
Mr. Brazil charged that Herbert had given
work to men who were not members, and wax
ing warm as he threw about in the air an empty
coat-sleeve, he yelled out to some one, "You
pledge yourself to help your brother, and go
back on him,
TOU RED-HOT St OtT JTDREL !"
Mr. Davis here, amid much confusion, charged
that firebrands had been cast, and he deprecated
such action.
Mr. Brown thinking that the insinuation was
towards him, arose, and attempted to *|?eak.
when be was told to keep quiet, and yelled out
*'Pl'TMKOVT ! rtTEEon!"
The sergeant-Ht-arms (Perry) attempted to
quiet Brown, but the latter let out his right and
left hunches of fives, and amid yells and scream
acme went over the back benches, while Mr. M.
Bradstiaw got into the amen corner and opened
a window to let in fresh air, and let out the crowd.
Quiet was, however, partially restored, and Mr.
Weems, as a candidate for membership, asked
to withdraw. Perry tendered his resignation as
sergeant-at-arms. and after some debate it was
accepted. Mr. McReynoldssaid the applicants
would withdraw. Prof. A. M. Green, having
stood on his feet for fifteen minntcs, was di
rected to proceed, and he gave the assemblage a
good tongue-lashing for their bad behavior.
Brazil followed, pitching into Matthew Brown,
when tbe latter again started his chorus, " Put
'em oat," &c. Several of the applicants here
asked for the return of tbe ten cent* paid as
initiatioa fee*. The treasurer having left, the
president suggested that something thould be
paid for the amusement, and the applicants ac
ceded and left.
o
The tenth district republicans reorganised
their club last flight, re-electing Mr. Abraham
Taalfsrpresident,CoL LeBarnes vice president.
John M. Korris secretary, and John D. Wallace
line?ii i The following committee on regis*
U alius was appointed: John M. N orris, Martin
Welsh, Thomas Hines, John Miller, James
Madison. Chas- Hurdle, Nathan Tilghmaa,
AWaTHf*r Burn*, Beverly WoetUI and Kiefcard
Covington.
Mr. O. P. Anderson add rawed the meeting,
after which the club resolved itself into a i
meeting for the nomination of a candidate far
the Boast of Defecates. Roddy Welch put te
~ ~ Juries
? _ CoL J.^W. LeBarnes, aad ct
Hurdle nominated George S. Gideon as the only
nan who could carry the tenth district.
A Voice.?"How long since Gideon has been a
r. Gideon's na
I aade a brief iimai, "?^nnnr
of the district for their mark of
" '"fwyfottone were adopted,
officer* of the District by the people; fevarfag
two dollars a day for eight hours^work upon
public improvements, and indorsing the oom
preheaslve plan Inaugurated by ths Board of
Publis Works. Another resolution, *?
national legislation to pr "
exercise of the elective 1
section In Philadelphia^
CoVcneTR. j"HlnUm, and*
with three cheer* for their
Fifth DlMrirt Brpvbli*
tut *?? t? mtoi < r
?? AWl Wril (Aaf Aad* WaU."
A Krftini of tbe irpublkiw of the F.ftb dto
tret ?u held Tn*?\*y nlgkt M 8tott*? Htll,
,'chB Miner Botta 1b tbe ch?ir. and B F. (ir?n
?t-crtUry
Mr. K>< hinl Brown morrd a irmMidrrttw 1
ot ?l f b? whit h H??n ?wrk<if 1
a>?lMant HfWUiT. and tbat the tmur or ? h
t\ aid It irtltitrtK, ?? Bensley
??? *ot rutcTtn r*i?.
Dar el FilHtW ?WPf thr nw opinion, ikJ
kr M.<kr?!oo?l 'hat H<nrtfj w?? ? f mocrat.
B? nrv Himhv i!<uin) tl>e m?rtk?ii. bat t*?
tkrtd b"i* pfptpifloB a* MvMiiit ?rfi?tonr.
C.M(( V. ritiiii|? ihfrrnM Mmkyi re
I tibiu sntsto.
Uilktt White p>: the flxT, m?] cbtr|?l tl?(
Kf?!cj for .ltd n T. Given.
ti??tft W. Phillii* f<A the floor to rtplali hi*
??pint, aid went on to a cirat Iriifth, a ben bt
*M tal't .1 10 ? <?'? r h tfe 11 ? r, ? bo *%id he
m?> net (< >i| Ivl* "l??U)-ra^|)(l" u; Wafer
Hfirt 11 mWr aoud "that th< n rutw be
a< o)ti?lwitb tbe i?? fnaiitn of Mrnaley. H?
rl irpd 'bat Btnshy bad act? d with tkr drao
nat? m tkf 1?M ?'!??'?h n. wd bf would k?t BP
o< a.oriai to mlr our h>m
B? uj H? ?>'.?> j<t '!>? floor, and
' pbah ?t> h mn a* a Li a a
If he charged I n a lib ?t? aMKiarr Be wM la
all probability kr bad art H alrt (?rr to fkiv
dctit| lb? aar.ahtu bciu blitnif ia tbe
rtkfl isi.ks B ail or did not r? pl> to tLia, but
< l.ar g< d tbat B< rmU t bad torn dow n the Ann
loan flap mm the f'l.tvn engine-house daring
the ?taaripitKii celebration
Gnat roiifiifkiB followed, llrnalcy branding
tbat. t?*>. as a lir.
M Thompson said H mWr coold are the note
in other people's eye,but could not *ee the hrarn
in ka?*n. He rkarpd tbal Hiatx-r k?l rlvtn
Man work when b< aw commissioner of the
Fitst V ard, and ? bcr be |?aid biai ofl bt wanti ?<
to deduct a portion of his pay a? a per centa*.
u r g|v >n? biai a joh.
b'r C L Bular a ?? railed for. ard came for
? aid. a In n V aik< r Wl.ite abjtttwl sax iu| that
III err am otbei busineaa to be dour b?*id?
spetcb-n ak:ng.
tUK W H IT t IAI HAD AlWiTI POOLKO TB ?:
naaaa,
and would always fool him. Hr wai opposed to
any white man coming lore from the North to
tool tL? ai a ilk a It w drink> ot vbukr.
Mr. Iluiie sai?l that hr had no issue to maV ?
aitb Walker Wblte, and did not know what ho
meant lv lM<linc. Br did not roae hrrr to ia>l
them. Hejhanaed them lor their eatktrseme '
of h<m. (^White?"luu don't re|*eaent ar
Uk-"mMt ran represent yon Walker.4
n mag. Mr. Bular aaid that he bad math'
MM mihtakt f id promistag too much. l ut aanl l
trv and do brltrr. Br bad farorrd Ihr fbi r
million l< fc.ii breauae be thought n l? -f tor t.
laboring ro? n, and lieoauar with thrar improve*
ni< nta Would ot me aondrra?railroada, rim a*
U>ht-. manufacture.and other meamof making
business T'n op|?*it ion to U>? i<??n in thi* .Mt..
district coDioa I rum duaMoiaitd contractors.
Walter NVhitr ?harcod that Mr. Hular aoul l
i ot W In laror of the koaa had hr sot been
rlroted 8|<rilirr of thr Hoaar.
(icorgr Korrrat oflorrd a rraolutioa pMcing
tl.? \' t< ?>i 0 e rrpnblu an* ol thr diatrict lor (he
loai million loan, atlopfed.
tleiome Johiuaou onrred a rraolntiwn endor^
ITie the loan, the formtor, aad the republican
?'.< . k <*? ia tli.- Awmt.h mbM
I>amrl N\ ilhaniw oflrrrd a rraolufioti t-lr Iftag
fhoir aup|>ort to thr regular nominee, to PtmT
?knt Giant, to i.?v?riK* C?>oke, and to the
Board ot Public Work*; adopt*A.
Sandy Lary ottered a rcaulatlon <-n.lor?inj the
artion of Char lea L. Hnlae, and drelariiic hira
the next choice for the Hoaar or Delegate*;
auopu d
?.
Th* National New* < ompanv arnda na .Va?f>
lllmttraird Atmanm* for lKTi? tkr l>rat thing la
tbat lin^ vet aten. Alao. Rollou t Mvntklf Mamm
tit.i tor >CTember. U' Chtmnrg C?vr for I
tober 'J1*f; Brhgto-I'kilot'.phicol Jtmrmal for (
Met 14?h; A'ra Yort Vitpftr far October 14th.
J. Bradley Adam* aenda aa Tk* Am'ncma Af
rt ullmritl for t'rtobrr, and Dmy'i 0w*^i and
C*ia<?ry Ci mtr for October 21 at, alao, a map of
( hlragn. showing the burnt dwtiM.
Shi'lington ariola oa .Vott'i IUettra.ua .t/naaa
tor 1K72.
Thi FniA* Iivahioi or CitADA?Far
ther adrlcea have been reeelred confirmatory
of tbe account of the Fenian attack ?b Prmf.hia
on the 5th lnatant. They met with no raatat
ancr there, the place not being earrMwaed. It
ap|>cara < i IHjnahuo had l?een planning an at
tack on Fort Garry all rummer, reiving upon
*upport from the French hall-braeda. The rani
wat Intended to inaplre them with cobMhm.
Be had been intriguing with the workaaaa M
the line of the Northern Pacific railroad, oouut
on their help when work on the road atoppet*-.
Be waa accompanied by O'Bietl. and had only
about 90 men with bim at Pembina, and thrv
have been driven bark over the border. O'Kau
is aaid to have given M?elf np.
Makylawd Lavd 8albh?C. C. Magrader
and S. B. Banoe, Ea<|S., aa traateea, aold at pri
vate sale last week, tbe farm of the late I>r. R.
K. Oabonrn, called" BiM'.ng*lea," on the Patai
ont river, n?*ar thia village. tOrtl* an in orntjio.
It contained *?) aero*, and waa purrhaaed by
Meaara. Jobn B. and Charles Trabund Daniel
Clark, Eaq . aatruatee, sold laat week at public
the tarmot Dr. John T. Kverafleld, near ? room,
in thia county. It contain* 57S acrea, and wa*
purrhaaed bp Samuel H. Bern, Eaq., at 130pe
acre?Marlton Ga*rtt<.
M&~Thr La Crosse hotels are running oppnal
tion, and a dinner can be got there tor aeven
cvnta.
VMr. Brnening of Indiana bas^f hie
to get 'round much since tntervfcwn^ a ca^W
lar-sav..
VThe Chicago Fire Department coi
seventeen steam fire-engines, moM.lv
Amoskeag patterns.
tar Vermilion County, Ind., haa seven temple*
devoted to tbe worihip of Fa 8el, the apirit of
Whis Kee?[ Clue. Timet
?yTlio country will hcartilv approve the
fix mpt and efficient aid furnished to Chicago by
the general government.
^?The Mayor or Macon, Ga., offers a silver
service to tbe prettiest girl w ho will api>ear at
the State Fair in homespuu.
%f K careleaa boy. who carried a kerosene
tamp to a stable to milk a cow. started the fire
tbat conaumcd Chicago.
IVA Long Ixland chicken-thiet attempted to
i-lv his avoratton in the vicinity or a bull-dog.
B(s apothecary's bill amounted to nearly f31.
fl/"An Indiana paper exhorts the citlsena to
vote for a railroad appropriation, by eloquently
referring to ?' the bone* or yoar progeniu>ra."
VTbr latest taahionable wrinkle i> fur the
t:t mlenu n *i partio to wear walhfl tt. mAh
or the dreaaea worn by the iadies whoar escorts
they are.
VThe tall acaaon was opened in I>ouiavilt?
last month with a Urge auction sale of the stock
of summer coffins left on hand, to clear the way
tor new stflw.
K^Jobn Harper, the Kentucky horse raiser,
ofiera a reward ot for the arreM of the
murderer of his aged siater and brother on the
loth or September last.
>7*Frank May, negro, was condemned to
death at Crenada. Miss., last week, for poiaon
inghia wife with'* rat exterminator." He i* al*o
re|>orted to have tied one of hi? children to a
stake and burned It to death.
L nitep btateh faticst orrn g.
M'A?H:?Sr.TO\. l> C.. &<'pt"a>l*-r 14. id.
An application bat ins been nudr for the exteti
*ionof a patsat icranted to GKOBCK 9. <;RIO(i?,
d' craaed. on the JWh day of I>?<enib?r. lifC. for aa
improvement in Looatotive Kagiue Wheels:
It i* ordered that the testimony in the case be
closed on the Xth day of K*?*wil>er next; that the
time for filing arsumenta and the Examiner ? report
be limited to the sili day of Dwrmbrr next, and that
aaid petition be beard oa the 19lb day of December
next.
Any person mav oppose thi* extension.
sv? {jt B p LK<?<iETT. C..iumi?aioner.
|TXITKI) 8TATI8 PATENT OFF'"
v WAiHIICTlll. X). 0 Ollnltt^1! tjvt '
, Ob tbe petition of I1E>BV Finn IRofC+uiL,
Ohio, praying for the exteaaloa <7T .
uino. praying r-r tbs extension of a pa teat granted
to him on tbe )Sth day of jaauar>, UH, for aa im
provrmeat la Mowiuir MscMass:
It ia ordered that the testimony la the ease be
closed ob tha 1*U> day st next, that the
ttmr f< r Clin# argomebta aud tUs Eiaauner a report
be liadted to the nd day of December next, aad that
?aid petition be hsard on tha STth day at December
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