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IHi miUT.... Ortob?r ?, 1*7*.
ioiworaUi. *?., To-alfHt
WaU'i Ofi'ra H"U*'?The lively Lot la in "Lit
tle Nell and the Marchioness."
TK> a t'rComiqut? Mlscet laneous performances
of minstrelsy, dances and tongs.
Orchestrion music at No. 468 Pennsylvania
l oiilcnwil Loealii.
S( 3 tdvcrtuemeiit of sleeve button lost.
John < 'wens is playing at Ford's opera House
in Baltimore to oversowing hoaxes.
Mr. George Peter, of Montgomery county,
Md.,wss admitted to the District bar yester
Mr. H R. Elliott was vesterday appointed as
United States commissioner and examiner in
?hancerv for the District of Columbia.
The n?"emkersof the Corcoran Zouave* meei
at their armory to-night to make arrangement*
fcr the Innerai of Corporal Simonds.
John <ajav and C.eorge I). Graham were the
chairmen of'the committees to receive ard en
tertain tht v.? i.n^ military companies from
Bicbmoml a day or two since.
Coroner Patterson's report for the month of
Sf jtrr Ser lest ?hows that he viewed fourteen
dead be* les, of whtrh six were white and eight
Edwin Hugeshelmer having resigned the posi
tion of con.miss'oner of the eastern market, the
C jvercor has appo nted J. G. Kimball in his
Rev. Father McHevitt, of Washington, pre
sided in New York at ye- terday's se sion of the
Catholic In Ion. The proceedings were pre
In the t imf of ba^e ball played In N'tJ York
vesterdav. betweenthe Washington and Mutual
Clubs, the former were victorious by a score of
17 to ?
At tbe fifty-fourth annual convention of the
F.vangelieaf I.uthern Svncd In Frederick ye_
terdav,t\e Memorial Church, of Washington,
D. C., Kev. J. G. Butler, was received as an
integral part of the synod.
At a meeting of the Grand Lodge of the Dis
trict of Columbia, I. O. O. F., last night, an
appropriation was made for the relief of the
surtercrs l y yellow fever in Memphis, Tenn.,
aid Shreveport, l.a., and the grand officers ap
point d a c? mmittee to solicit subscriptions for
the sanii' object from subordinate lodges and
the membership generally.
A school has been established on O street,
between 4th and 5th. under the auspices of a
German-American educational society, from
which everything of a sectarian or political
character is excluded. The society numbers
101 members, and is officered by A. Eberly, pr -
tident. K. Kosenthal, vice-president; C. Iteis
ner. treasurer; I.. Kirchner. secretary, W.
Burchard, t'barles Walter, S. Wolf, Aug.
Schmidtie, B. Reltzel. L. Dietrich. H. Klchter,
L. Kurtz, and F. Shuman, directors. The
scbooi was opened on the sth of September un
der the care of the following teachers: R Wey
her. L. Stun. R. Bnrchard. and F. Shuman. It
alrea.lv contains 127 pupils, who are being in
structed in the Merman. French and English
languages and in drawing, besides the usual
studies of English rommon schools. The school
is supported by the contributions of the mem
bers of the association and a nominal sum from
each pupil? >1..V> per month from those in the
higher branches and ?1 from those in the pri
mary branches?besides donations from the
German societies. The Arion Quartette club
are prepa-ing for a grand ball and concert for
the benefit of the school. The receipts for the
first mot.Oi were MC.I0, and expenses S42K.1A
In a few davs an industrial branch, in which
will be taught needle work (plain and fancy),
&c., will be opened.
Aw Aon> Viroiniah Dnops Head in tub
Street.? About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
an old man named John Mills, a citizen of
Fairfax county. Va.. ami residing in the neigh
borhood ol' Fall's Chnrch. came to this city to
make a visit to some of his children living here,
and while walking along on C street, between
12th and 13th streets southwest, was ob erved
by several persons to fall on the sidewalk.
Among them who saw him was Officer Mark
wood, who went, to his relief and found him
speechless. The policeman summoned a con
veyance, and with Officer Gittings and Sergeant
Guy to k the sufferer to the South Washing
ton statior house, but before they reached it the
old man die*!. The body was recognized by
seveial perrons, and a letter was found on his
person d rected to Catharine I.ee, by which
me ins the officers were enabled to find his rela
tives. Coroner Patterson was notified and
called in ti see the body, but decided that ro
inquest was necessary as be died from natural
causes. The deceased was about ?5 years of
age. ami was well known to many in this city.
The remans were turned over to his sans for
An ALTEBCATte.IT BETWEEN JOURNALISTS.
A few days ago Bichard T. Greener, an asso
ciate editor ot the .Year .Ti(i?M' Era, published
in this city, saw fit to withdraw his editorial
connection with that publication, and In so do
ing wrote a rale-lictory for its columns, which
Mr Lewis H. Douglass"did not see fit to print.
This morning Greener called upon Douglass
t? expostu'ate. and In the heat of the argument
which ensned Greener called Douglass a liar,
prefixing it with an adjective not in consonance
with the requirements of the Third Command
ment. Do'igla-s at once raised his hand and
brought it in contact with the cheek of the pro
fessor. The a-sailed partylendeavored to retal
iate with a chair, but its force was dodged by
l>ougla.-s and the article of furniture was strewn
to smithereens on the H^ior of the editorial sanc
tum. < 'ne or two of those good people who are
always on the alert for the exchange list hap
pened in. ar.d the twr> journalists were cooled
down and reason resumed its sway.
Thb MeakestThief Yet Yesterday, while
a large force of laborers was busy at work in
the Smithsonian grounds ploughing and level
ing. some sneak thief stole about #.Vi worth of
coats, vests ami boots belonging to the working
party which had been piled on and about the
te?l rhest. which was standing in the open field
near bv where they were at work. The thief, a
coloreel man, was seen by some one, who gave
notice to the workmen, and they started in pur
suit, and followed the rascal to the neighbor
hood of Church's lumber yard, where thev lost
sight of him, as he managed ta make good his
A Washibotowian Drowned.?On Mondav
night about eleven o'clock. Richard Penard.a
young colored man employed as a hand on
Capt. George Reid's canal "boat, fell into the
lock near the canal tunnel and was drowned.
His body was brought to this city and Coroner
StrorgJ notified. He summoned" a jury, who
after the examination of several witnesses ren
dered a verdict of "accidental drowning."
Penard was from Washington city, but his
friends are unknown. His remains were In
terred in the Fotter's field . ? Cumberland yews.
1. O. O. F. Visitations?The grand master
Of this jurisdiction, Thomas W. Fowler, has
made the following api>ointinents for the semi
annual visitations of the grand officers to the
subordinate lodges in the District of Columbia :
Beacon lodge. Oct. 13th; Central,Oct. 17th; Ex
celsior. <?ct. 2Mb; Eastern. Oct. 24th; Harmony,
Oct. 27th Metropolis, Oct. 31st; Washington,
Nov. 4th; Columbia, Nov. 13th; Union, Nov.
19?h; Covenant, Nov. 24th; Friendship, Nov.
Z7th; Mechanics, Dec. -Mb; Oriental, Dec. 11th.
Lgtta as the mischievous Marchioness and
Locke as the dashing Dtek Swiyeller delighted
a large audience at Wall's Opera House last
night, and repeated encore* greeted their ef
forts. Lotta has hard work to train her features
into the requisite degree of deinureness for Lit
tle Nell, but succeeds finely. The play will be
repeated for the last time this evening, and ad
mirers of Dickens should not fail to fee the liv
ing pictures presented ol one of his greatest
Thb Washington Schtbtzen Verbin held
a meeting at the park last night, ami elected
officers tor the ensuing year, as followsS.
Wolf, president; Cbas Ebel, vice president; C.
Xaader, treasurer; K. Schmid, financial secre
uo, .H. I- Blent, recording secretary; William
?A; ' -- ~--1 " ,
* -.o.-? masuu;?uuia oacKerfmith,
second target master; Caen. Rneesi, John An
;?rBian, Gw *- Bower, E<1 Abner. Wllllaa
Helmo*. C. Ruppert, G. C. Walker, L. Beyer
and A. Koch, board of directors.
Milk iBirrBCTtns* Wm. E. Cleaver, vete
rinarv surgeon, has been commissioned by the
Board of Health to inspect all the milk which
comes into the District, and where It is practi
cable to inspect the cows. Where parties refuse
to allow tbelr dairies and animals ro be inspect
ed, they will be barred from the tale of milk in
BrttDtuft Association The Washington
Cooperative Building Association held its 73d
meeting last night, when 96.309 were -old at a
premium of >jr, to 130 per cent., being Quite a
sudden rise as compared with Its sales during
pest yey. This meeting complete* the 6th
year of this organisation.
? ,^.rH?1i?fV'-M? "*"??< J*ne French
iCMMdiy flled a petition for divorce from her
husband, John Frelinghuyaen French, who now
Hie* in somerset count* ua - ? ..
thai k* has
The Boabd or Rbhistbatiob, at their last
day's Strang yesterday, did a very large amount
of business? far beyond that of any other day
of the session. The new names rooted up ?61_
390 White, and 2*1 colored. Change* of resi
dence. 180-126 white, colored.
TwbThbatbb ComycB is on the Bood tide
of prosperity, the succession of novelties pre
sented weekly attracting good houses.
Palheb & Okeen advertise pure rmstry
eider in quantities to suit purchasers. See ad
Somerset eoSnty, Md., avw'r"Vthat
married in Philadelphia in 1 v>; and
s neglected and deserted her.
THE DISTKICT CA?P4ISK.
A Lively TIwAmmc U>? Local Poll
As the election day approaches the local poli
tician* In District of Colombia are getting
warmed up to the work.
, Brook* Ira la the Pleat District.
I At a maw meeting of republicans In Cnion
town last nigbt, J. H. Voornees, presiding, ad.
dretses were made by Messrs. Charles Ruber -
son, Joseph Brooks. John A. Moss, L. Smith,
William Young, Daniel lioberson, J. W. Scott,
Henry Matthews, and S. O. Brown. Resolutions
were adopted approving the appointment or
Governor Shepherd, Indorsing the improve
ment* made by the Board of Public Works, and
urging the election or Joseph Brooks to the
Bed hot Meetlag la the Boat hern
,VA rousing big meeting of the republ'cans of
the l.th and 18th districts was held at Island
ball last night to ratify the nominations of F.
???*" arM* Hunt, the republican
candidates for the House of Delegates from
those du-trict.. Charles H. Marshall, presided,
with Mr. McGrew as secretary.
Ma'oi H. A. Hall was the first speaker, and,
after some remarks In praise of the ability and
honesty of Messrs. Hunt and Boswell, spoke of
the necessity of sending men to the House of
Delegates who would sustain Governor Shep
herd and the District government in
THl GREAT WORK ?F IXPRnTIXIXTK
e? tared on. He said the District government
was now on trial before the national govern
ment, and men of energy and Integrity were
needed to represent them. He alluded to "the
combination or croakers, liars and scallawag-.'
who have been working for the destruction of
onr credit, both at home and abroad, and urged
all republican voters to come up to the aid or the
authorities and confound their eneralo. Malt
cious lies are published daily In the distant
pressor our country in order to prejudice the
n it.lis of our national legislators against doing
what they should do for the national capital.
a conspiracy or A CLl^r*
to baffle Governor Shepherd and the friends of
< ur District, ami bring the national administra
tion into disrepute. There had never been an
appointment made by President Grant which
so well satisfied the people everywhere, (except
of conrse. the conspirators aforei ltd,) as that
or A. K. Shepherd, and now let the people or
this District show their appreciation or him by
their votes in the coming election, and choose
good, honest and energetic men, who are not
airaid to do their dutv fearlessly. Such men
are F. A. Boswell and W. R. Hunt. [Cheers. |J
Rct. J. Sella Martin next made a telling
speech, during the delivery or which he was fre
A communication was read from Mr. Joseph
williams, excusing his absence by reason or
sickness, and pledging his unqualified support
to Mr. Brewer, of the 11th district; F. A. Bos
well, or the 17th. and W. R. Hunt, or the 18th
were then made by Major Bihles, A. K. Browne
and others, when the chair announc d Mr.
Thomas H. Barron as the next speake.. Mr.
Barron started out with the annoucement that
in ratirying he reserved to himself tbe privilege
of condemning. He concurred in all that had
been said in praise of Mr. Hunt, but there were
others o' whfini he wished to speak his mind.
He then went on to state that he had published
a challenge to meet any one of the candidates
or their tnends In public meeting to discuss
their merits and demerits, and there had not
been a man found to accept it. Not a response
had been made to his challenge. Now he had
an opportunity to say what he wanted to, he
desired to review the i>olitlcal course of F. A.
Boswell since he bad been so ge terouslv honored
with the suffrages or the people of the old 7th
ward, and he would ask his audience if ho was
a tit man to represent them in the legislature'.'
[A oices?'?Yes.' Yes!! Yes!""]
HE WISHED TO ARRAIGN BOSWELL
on various charges. He then went on to say
bow Boswell bad been elected city register and
afterwards collector of taxes, and bad feathered
his nest on offices, and that afterwards be was
sent as a delegate to the nominating convention
to select a man for delegate to Congress and
bad cast his vote against Cbipman; that in the
next election ror mayor he had turned against
his own best friend. S. J. Bowen, and had said
that he would defeat him (Bowen) for maror if
he had to run a democrat to do it.
The chair called Barron to order, and re
minded him that the meeting had been called
to ratity the nominations, and not to rake up old
issues and make use of personalities.
Mr. Barron claimed that he had aright to
Several of Mr. Boswell's friends rose to a
point of order, and the chair finally ordered
Mr. Barron to desist from the strain he had en
Mr. Barron said he had no wish to detract
from any of Boswell's merits, but "did it be
come bim to cast his vote for Fred. Douglass in
that convention against Mr. Chipmari'.""
\oices?"Oh, dry ur>, you're crazy!" "Sit
down and cool off !'r "Rub your head with a
Much coHfasion here rollowcd, dozens being
on the'r reet and all shouting at once, and
Anally Mr. Boswell rose and begged the au
dience to let Mr. Barron procjd.
BE PLEADED OtTILTT
to the charges brought by Mr. Barron, which
seemed to be that he had frequently been
honored by his fellow citizens ot the .tb ward
iot various offices or trust and honor, and had
generally been elected whenever nominated.
This seemed to be Mr. Barron's particular
grievance, bat he (Boswell) was now a nominee
once more, and was going to be elected again.
[Cheers and hurrahs.]
Order was again restored, and Mr. Barron
proceeded. He wished to express himself as to
what he thought Mr. Bosweli to be.
Chair?"Mr. Barron I will not suffer these
personalities to go on any turther; you must
take your seat."
Another rumpus rollowed, and the band was
called upon to play, which it did.
'? THE III WHO WAS TALKED TO DEATH."
When it was stopped, Mr. Barron, who was
still on his feet, ready to commence, began to
gesticulate, when Ned Holmes, a colored man
made his way to the stand, mid rormally pre
sented Mr. Barron with a card, on which was
printed the cut or a coffin, labelled " The man
who was lalked to death." On reaching out his
band to receive it, and seeing the coffin, Mr
Barron gave a Jump of surprise, which brought
rorth yells or laughter, and it was some time
before order could be restored.
Mr. Barron said he would refrain rrom going
on any rurtber under the pressare, but hoped at
some other time to be heard on a hat he had in
tended to say.
Mr. Boswell here took the floor, and briefly
"cleared away all the cobwebs" which had
been woven around him; said he was going to
be elected by ? larger majority than ever; com
plimented Mr. Hunt; declared his intention of
sustaining the good name and financial integ
rity or the District governmtnt by his Influence
and votes. ?
Mr. Hunt rollowed in a brier address, which
impressed the audience most favorably with his
honesty and sincerity.
Mills Men In the Klaeteeath District
A meeting or those who favor the election of
Justice Mills to the House of Delegates from
the 19th district was held last night at Wall's
hall. Mr. Allan Coffin presided, and C. H
Simpson was chasen secretary. The meetinz
was addressed by Judge Moore, S. C. Mill.
John N. Oliver, B. D. Peck, and F. McNer
hany. The candidate "defined his position."
McMahon In the Twentieth District
A large and enthusiastic meeting of the re
publicans of this district was hel l last night at
Rebecca Hall, in the interest of Mr. T
McMahon, theregular republican nominee ror
the House of Delegates. Speeches were made
by Mr. McMahon, Mr. Hoyt, Mr. Vincent, and
Bepnbllcan Kail Mention -Twenty-sec
The republicans of the 2M district assembled
in mass meeting at the intersection or Virginia
avenue and 8th street, last evening, where a
platform, draped with flags, and ornamented
with evergreens, bad been erected. The meet
ing was presided over by Mr. W. L. Cowan, and
was called for the purpose of ratification of the
nomination of Mr. William E. Vermillion as the
republican candidate for that district. R- solu
tions oommerdatory of the course or the candl
*e last legislature and pledging the
undivided republican support to him in the
present contest wer? unanimously adopted
br TLomaa. Mr f. A. By ill, He^reJnU;
tare Lewis, or Tennessee, Dr. C. C. v^x, and
other speakert addressed the meeting.
The GoM-fDDmzooK Murder Trial
OfvHopmtnt, Exacted - The trial of
Jsm- ,Iook or "ie murder or A. C.
Goes will take place at West Chester, Pa., on
the 28th of this month. The case promises to
be an exceedingly Interesting one. Cor'ous de
velopments are expected. Over one hundred
witnesses hare been summoned Tot the prosecu
tion. Messrs. Clephane and Brailey.or this city
have b*eD en?ed to make ?a ofccii report
The wiaow oriTr.Gose.lt wilt be recollected,
seed various insurance companies in Baltimore
on policies amounting to *25 0u0. Only one suit
was tried?that against the New York Mutual
Lire Insurance Company?In which the widow
was successful, the Jury awarding her the full
amount sued ror, $6,000. Soon after the trial a
man supposed to be A. C. Goes was murdered.
as is alleged, by Uddersook, and one or the
question to be determined Is whether the mur
dered man was A. O. Goes or not.
Iiriovntim Ordered it the Board of
Public Works?The Board of Publlo Works
have directed that IMth street be graded rrom
M to N streets; also, the pavtng or 5th street
east, from Pennsylvania avenue to East Capitol
street, with wood; also, the making of !,3no tree
the pattern heretofore approved, for
use. The superintendent of proper
the stone Vnd
r?KKi-K w re more uae I
betwiii.^Jfc1 the triangular space on
bl'vTS"^ ^?h .tr^u. /STie ,
bavln*~s^i "??"?. for the purpose of
?i;d sui>erlnterS^?t. .^?rOTe<1' AU contractors
dlre?Jd to ^improvement hare been
Beaton commence*, Vic* PreeJd?n? y
cor*Unt.y his desk giving d.rt'c^J^^
Tfc? Demolition of the Old father a
SUIT O* STALL BOLDBKfc AO AI HOT ALUilDlt
To-day, tn the Supreme Court in General
*"?1 case of Andrew* & Wade uiiiwt
Alexander K. Shepherd lai taken op Messrs
Moore, Hine and Webb lor the plaintiflk and
Meters. Cooke and E. L. Stanton for defendant.
7 bis case seiseroutor the destruction of the old
? Liberty market In September. 1872.
Plaintiffs at that time were possessed of eight
stalls In the market, and they charge that
on the fourth of September, 1872, the de
fendant took possession of the Mid property,
without right anl demolished the name, for
which they claim damages for *4,000; the
defendant died to the declaration pleas
that the plaintiff ought not to maintain the
action because the market was on an open space
formed by the Junction of Maseachuseets and
New i ork avenues and K street, which was the
property of the general government, and only
in temporary occupancy or the late city or
w ashlngtori, and that by sufferance; and that
on or about that time (Jen. Babcock, in charge
of the public grounds, ordered it* removal; and
that at the time oi the allied trespass there
existed an act relating to market houses, which
contemplated the removal of said market; and
that the Governor, acting for the District, di
rected the Board of Public Works, through the
defendant, to take charge of the matter of the
removal or the market. The plaintiffs demur
'?lrd ^ the case was
certified from the Circuit Court.
?,''^.,<le,rIKla,nt makes the points that the
,y 111 the temporary occupancy
of the city, and that the l/nited States desired
ts possession. and through its proper utlicer re
quested the defendant to take possess on of it
and remove the building, which involved the
removal of the stands; that the defendant, in
whatever he did, acted for the Cnited States?
?? the owner of the freehold, with the right of
fi 7- ?? respect, his act was the act of
I the l.nited States, or of its proper offl :er, tor its
supposed good. The District government h*v
IV? VTld.e<1 ,or, "'e termination of the North
?I li'n y rn*et,K)us?, and tor a tempoiary
as well as a permanent construction of one in
its place, at a different location?i. e.,011 square
* foruthe removal of the old an.l
the construction of the temporary market
bouses to a special commission, consisting of
^VG??"?r V"1 "thers. by whom the Board
of Public Works was requested and authorized
! ,0' ,he removal; and in com
pliance with which request and authority, as
the nee president of the board, acted, he is
? Jj- ,thl8 *c'i"n the plaintiff.
That the plaintiffs have not any just ground of
complaint. 1 he act of the legislative assembly
^'^une 30, 1872. expressly provided i'or their
carrying on their business at the new tempo
?22 iefS?? Bt charge, until the expira
tion of their licenses, and the alleged trespass
was not committed until September 4. That
Whatever was domi bv the defendant was done
in the execution of the laws aforsaid, and in
virtue of the request and direction or the said
Henry I>. Cooke, as aforesaid, and as a member
of said Board of Public Works, and not in his
individual capacity, and not otherwise. The
plaintitls a loge a rightful occupation under an
unexpired license oT said city or Washington
and claim that the first pleaof defendant is bad
for it does not show a justification in law or the
alleged trespass. It does not pretend that the
late city of Washington had no right to give
' n?r that their f"tate therein had
been lawfully determined. Itdoes not intimate
!? I. "?t?co to quit had been given by the
I nltcd States to the said city of Washington or
the 1'laintifts. If the city of Washington was
tenant ' by the sufirance of the I'nited .States"
fl!.6?1"; to thirty days notice to quit.
I to Justify under two
acts of the legislative assembly and an order
rrnm the governor of the District of Columbia.
J his plea d<>es not pretend that said acts have
been complied with, and is bad.
CloMlnc Hftwlonx of the Presbytery of
_ . , Washington ?'l?y.
' csterdav, after our re|*>rt closed, permission
was granted to the congregation of the 1.5th
street church to supply their pulpit until the
next meeting ot the presbytery.
Prof. Johni M. Langston made a statement re
garding the financial condition of the 15th street
church. In which lie showed that the church
owed about *14,000, and asked aid from the
presbytery. Kev. Mr. Fairley moved that a re
commendation be made to the churches, in
order that collections may be taken up Tor the
benefit or this church. Kev. J. N. Comfts
moved as a substitute that the matter be re
ferred to a committee of five, to confer with the
15th street church; adopted, and Dr. Chester,
Dr. Mitchell, Dr. Smith, Dr. Howe and Judge
I l>rake were appointed the committee.
, i I'8:. aMr* *our*3f Beach and Waller were
byterv revi*e the standing rules of the pres
Dr. Sunderland was appointed to represent
the presbytery ujion the case of appeal to the
synod of the New York avenue church on the
rotary elder question.
A recess was taken until 7:80 o'clock, when a
free conversation on the subject of religion took
place, and vote of thanks was tendered to the
'?dies of the church, and the presbytery ad
journed tine die.
Frtit Kkhion About Washington
The proceedings of the excellent Fruit Grow,
ers Association have served to develop the
faet that we have a fine fruit-growing region in
this vicinity. The success of Mr. Phillips'
vineyard and nurseries at North Arlington
have alto demonstrated the same fact; and we
I liave now before us some really superb speci
mens or various choice varieties of" pears rais d
!:y /? JT""?1? Heading, at "Cedar Grove,"
near Cabin John bridge. Among thee varie
ties are the Boerre superfine; the Duchess
?, i?0aome; the Lawrence, and the Buffrum.
Mr. Heading has raised specimens of the Da
chess weighing 19ounces, and has also succeed
i" LVlri8 Hartlett's in five years from the
seed. The grape also does well with him, as it
?toes generally on the banks of the Potomac,
and he has made a considerable amount of Ca
tawba wine or very fine quality. We have aU>
some specimens of Catawba and Concord wine
made in this city from grapes grown on the farm
?' "Jhn*on, In Maryland, that is of a quality
to aflord great encouragement for the business
of wine-making in this vicinity.
COl'BT IN Olt.NIKAL TKKM -Yesterday, the
following cases were heard: Wlllett vs. Lyle<: de
,.f g,|nity C?nrt, with cut. ap
f? ,,**aiast complainant, and cause remanded. Getty
.ameaded bill flled and J sere.- to bo sub
mitted Barnes vs. District of Columbia; artfn.?t
and submitted. Fnlton v?. Brown; decree to be
submitted. Sherlock vs. Kinimall; decree b?low af
firmrd and case remanded. ""
POLItl t'Ol IIT, Judge Sh'U ? To-day, Jerry
^a?e> , James Huuby, John Brown, John Jones, and
Itothers, forfeited collateral for public
n.fiotr ,und 8,1,1 boisterous in
the county, Jl Wn. Bisco, same offence; S3. P?u
a?SiK?forfeited ?3 collateral for cariiSg
Armisted Payne, colored, charged with larceny of
some pcrtions of a stove; #lo and costs. Ben Wade
assault on Charles Hall; *3. Patrick Doyle, assault
and battery en Himon Rosenthal; and costs
Smith Murphy and Henry Smith were chanfe.1 with
V watch The teatimoay w as to the
nmk.e' i he*e'J?'" colored men went into a shoe
D- Genan, under the pre
tK ?!l?k,h?> ?a"ted to purchase shoes, and stole
theuat<h, which was hanging up on the nail
"V'i'S for further testimony. Mary
Grady, assault and battery oo Joseph McGar ?y, a
her';8iroP.h^'c^;.'toUt "x >e*r" ??h
Stp.kbt Improvements The Belgian pave
ment basbeeo laid in Water street, from High
street to the K street bridge, and the grading
ot t,race street has been completed and curbs
**t> and to-day we ootice the commencemeot
ot the Be gian pavement on it. The improve
ment of this street was greatly needed. Since
the removal or the bridge at the market-house
ltlstJieoDly outlet from Water street up-tow i
??fii teams. The extensive flour
I ?L?erI We'ch are situated at the west
end oi this street, aod the gradiog of the street
has added much to their appearance.
D _.Now that the gas mains
are laid in Bridge street west or the market
"he sT;eWe?ilK?u$e,,trCet lamp9 "Ut "P
SALB8 OP Rkal Kstatk &o. ? Yesterday
afternoon Thomas Dowling, auctioneer, solo
the house in High street belonging to the heirs
or Lewis Brooks, deceased, to I>. M. I.awren-e
tor ?4,255, and the cotUge house in Montgomery
street, near Wc?t, with side lot, to Mn.E. M
DaroeHle.for $5,060, aod the two-story brick
house on WfH ?tract, u?ar Wwimjtoo, to
sMiuert Wlllett, for ?4,060, and to-uay he sold
th.? canal steamboat Thomas Wheeler to M. A.
TttAD*- - The following are the
JvJfnP wm Chesapeake and (Ihlo canal
for thei week ending October 4th: Prom Cum
berlandI, ?9.SM.IS; Georgetown, Si,750; Han
??T?u?(i'3A port, #173.06. Total,
? 11,004.13. Accrued revenue at Cumberland
was?lfi,.V3; boats clearing from
CD?b*rlaod during the week 280, carrying
?i<"o,i' (>rty"0D? boats left Cum?
berland on^Monday, carrying 4,465 tons ot ooal.
HOMfBL" boCBLI CRIMB ? Wmt
th? Hsgerstown, Md., dispatch to
the Baltimore American gives further particu
the torrible tragedy which occurred near
t ailing Waters on Monday evening. The de
^ lncreMe the horror oT the
crime, which seems too brutal for a Lr.m? j be
ing to entertain. The facta given In ye.'sxtay'g
T*R were true, with the exoeptioi. tua. the
f.1'1..' nam? Ellxabeth, instead or Annie
~^"d she was between 13 and 14 years o
MP- The negro man suspected was arrested
h^flreT^n for,,ln?' b?t after an examination
betaseaJustlM wy released, notwithstanding
were seemed sufficient evidence for his deten
VT. Tl fmUi ?Pot by ? white
***?an^ his bouts oolnclded with the fbot
printa or the murderer, and blood was discov
ered on the toe and Instep of one or the boot*.
Immediately alter his release be absconded but
the sheriff is now after him, and In tlTmobibU
It, h? him iu his charge by this time Wp
club was found about one hundred yards f.om
the place where the deed was commuted, cov
ered with blood. Tbe bo.ly of the Viri wai
fot;t.d by some wood-chopi?rs. It was terrlblv
bruked, and the upper part of the head was
maabed Into a jelly. The victim was a poor
but very much respected gul.
LETTER* FBOM THE PMPLE.
Eililor ?/ Krrning Star-?Without going Into
an; argument, but leaving that for yon. I su?
gest the Imjiortance of founding in the District
an institution for the care and rare of Inebriate*
an<l persons afflicted with Might and riolent
symptoms of the disease of drunkenner*. The
tax and license on whisky and Its associates
ought to b? appropriated to this purpose. I.
seems to me that all hnmane men ami all who
desire the progress anil Improvement of the
District will unite on this. The drinker and
seller of intoxicating liqaors cannot object. Ot
course temperate men will favor the scheme.
l>on't mix politics. That goes badly with reli
gion and morals. A. B.
Jewelry Store, No. 4.V7 Pennsylvania avenue,
near street, received some beautiful style* in
plated jewelry to-day.
G?o. C. perfectly fitting Panta
loons meet a want long felt?ready-made, e<iual
to ordered work?and being made here In this
city, of his own goods, they are more likely to
be ot a distinct character than nsual with
re July-made garments, as he makes bat a few
pair of any one pattern.
Dr. Bull's CoroH Sthcp is offered with
tlie tallest confidence in its efficacy. It has
been thoroughly tested, and maintains the good
reputation it ha* Justly acquired. This Syrup
1* prepared from a highly esteemed reclps f?r
alleviating Brdnchial Affections, Asthma,
Coughs and Colds.
Immense Stock Jnst received.
Popular Clothing House,
1011 Pennsylvania avenue,
2 Near Uth street.
Thocsakds of fromisino youths, of both
sexes, go down to untimely graves, from gen
eral debility and weakness, wbo might be saved
by fortifying their systems with iron. The Pe
ruvian Syrup is an Iron Tonic prepared ex
pressly to supply thi* vitalizing element, and is
the only preparation of Iron that will assimilate
at once with the blood. 6
Bonds of tub Board of Public Works
We need three thousand dollars of these liondx,
and will Bell Bome of our fine watches for them.
Oolay & Morrill,
9,17,1. Cor. 15th and F sts., opp. Treasury.
Corns, Etc "The^vise for health on daily
walks depend," and sufferers from corns,
bunions, club, or Ingrowing nails, vascular ex
cascence*, chilblains, or other ailments of the
feet find quick relief at Dr. White'* establish
ment, No. 535 15th street, opposite the U. S.
To out rid of the Chills immediately, take
Dooley's Ague Powders. They eure perma
Pobd'r Extract cures rheumatism, bums,
piles, ulcers, toothache, cor? throet, sprains,
scalds, soreness, old soies, head*che. oolic,
lameness, bruises, bolls, wounds, neuralgia,
hoarseness, diarrhiea, ami all hemorrhages, etc.
Ponds Kxtract differs from all other advertised
preparations in the fact that it is a standard
mcdicine, treated of in medical writings, and
known to be a cure for these diseases. in,th,?,tf
Our great specialty, American and Imported
watches of superior quality. Fine watch repair
ing bv competent workmen. Watch cases made
to order. Golay Sc Mokrill,
9,17,1. Cor. 15th and F sts., opp Treasury.
Thbrmovbtbrs and Barometers are repaired
and made to order by Hempler ne ar 4 if street
Turco-Russian Baths; also, Medicated Va
por Baths, for all skin disease, at Dr. Shedd's,
803 B street. 5,20,8.
Pond's Extract is ror sale at wholesale by
Chas. Stott A Co., 4*10 Pennsylvania avenue,
and by druggists everywhere. t,w,f,tf
Willcox & Qibb's Sbwino Machinr. The
celebrated Bazaar Patterns. Agency at Chae.
Baum's hoopskirt and corset factory, Ith street,
Intelligencer building. 10,28
Th? community at large appreciate the use
fulness of Singer's Sewing Machine. 1,5
ly-SMiBANI" CELEBRATION or a*rn A M
C.oftheG. U. O. of O. F in America, will be
held October 10th, 1873, Georgetown, I>. C.
Order No. I.?To the Chief Marshal of Division
of the G. U. O. of O. F :?Ton are hereby ordered to
report at chief headquarters at y>* o'clock a m., and
that each division will rest oa the following streets:
Ph'ladeiphia( Pa.)delegation. Prospect street; Alex
ati<lriA( Va.) Division delegation on l*t street,Wash
ington City Division on 2*1 street, Baltimore (Md )
Division on 3d street, Georgetown (D. C.) Division
on 4th st. All P. N. F's will meet at the Ebenez<?r
A. M. E rhorch, Georgetown* all P.G.M. conneil
meet at Odd Fellows' hall at o'clock a. Tn.; alse,
8 C. M of the G. U. O. of O. F., and ministers of
the several churches in Georgetown, D. C. By
order Q. M. in chief.
It* HENRY WEIGGLETOH, Chief Aid.
|^Y THOMAS DOWLKNG, Auct'r, Georgetown
EXECUTORS' SALE OF ELEGANT HOUSE
1IOLD FCRNITDKE, STOCKS. BONDS, IRON
SAKE. CARRIAGE AND HARNESS, Ac., Ac.,
A On TUESDAY, October 14, at 10 o'clock,
\M_ I will sell at auction, at the residence of th?
|^B| late Richard Pettit, on the corner of 21 an-l
1^1 Frederick streets, an elegant assortment of
Household Furniture, Stocks, B mds, Ac., Ac
We n?me in part
One handsome Rosewood Parlor Snite,
Tw<> handsome Gilt Frame, French Plate Mantle
Oil Paintings, Engravings and Ornaments*
Walnut Secretary and Rook-case, Bronze Clock,
Easy and Reception Chairs, one Singer Sowing
Walnnt Marble-top and C ttage Chamber Furni
Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds and Bedding,
Elegant and nearly new Brussels and Three-ply
Oilcloth and Matting, Cutlery, China and Glass
Refrigerator, Stoves, Hose, and many articles not
At 1SI O'cloce.
Thirty-six ihares Georgetown Gas Company
Ten Bonds New Mexican Mining Company Stock,
One 5 20 Government Bond, one Gold Watch,
Carriage and Harness, Ac , Ac.
Attention la respectfully called to this sale, as the
furniture is of good quality and nearly new.
Terms: $100 and under, cash; over ?100, a credit
off?0aL>d90 days for satisfactorily indorsed notes,
bearing interest at 8 per cent.
JOSHUA A. RITCHIE J
LEWIS W. RITCHIE. < Khutors.
QCt8 d THOMAS DOWLING, Auct.
QY8TER8 FOE THE LADIES,
Realizing the necessity of a genteel
oyster saloon for ladies, I will serve!
them during tbc oyster season in mv
elegant Ice Cream Parlors, No. 69
octl-lm J. C. NICHOLS.
I C H O L 8 '
ELEGANT ICE CREAM AMD OYSTER
ang!8 It ft9 High street, Georgetown, D. C.
I DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Th? copartnership of COLBORNE, BROOKES*
CO , Patent S.Iicltor.. R?mn tfKi'deral Block, cor
ner of 7th ami y streets, lias been dissolved October
4th, 1873. Alldtbtsdueby the Arm will be paid by
Henry Ortb, and all account, due to the firm will be
collected by the said Orth.
I will cent lane to conduct thebusiuea* atthe aboT*
place, where I will be pleased to see my friends and
clients HENRY ORTH,
o.i7-St* SuccefsortoColhorne, Brooks A Qo.
? |i'KDW. CLARK. T. *?? OBOBB.J*
T. sow. Clark * co.,
LUMBER, WOOD AND COAL.
DOOB8, BASH? BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, *c? Ac
Central Office, 6B6 Louisiana avenue.
Wharf, Depet and Planing Mill, foot of 4th street
-a nBTlt ? -
THI LARGEST AND BIST SELECTED BTOCK
BOOTH OF PHILADELPHIA.
H X. QBSOORY.
Krtlia 634 PKMKBTLTAKIA ATI8Q1.
Q I I I I 1 I
la srery styls,
Comm to iki H Btveets H.W.
Fair illes so,piled aad d-llrefml.
npkMni* GEO N. BARBER, Proprietor.
twejn (U aad 7th (Mi aortbweat.salla mm
SECONDHAND CLOTH IN O
at less than half tto. ocat ef ready-mads new mmm
SILK D RBSBKB a specialty. 7 MHy
EAL r?T?T? IN THE DISTRICT Of
( OLl'M BIA ?ULD FOB TAXES.
Ofrics of CoMFT*oi.i.n
WA?HixnTo?.Oct b?r la. 1S71.
TO WHOM IT ?AT CONCERN.
Kutk* i. h.r?by cl*.? th.t th. following R-.! 1
t.t. i.thr Pintrict of Colnmbl. w?. (HiLD FOB
TAXES October 14th. 187J, and if n.t ?t
til* i flic* of the Collector > f T.m. for Mid Piitri.t,
by th* p?Tmmt of the .inoont .old for, to??th?r
with ?ccrnfd imt?r*?t tbT?mi Mid th. co?t of thi. *d
? ertlw&ient. prior to OCTOBER 14th. 1S7S, AT
HOON.derdi will iasiir to the ?orch?*r of ??ch
nvarato piw. of property not ?o r?<Wm-d, In ?c
coro.nc* with th* pro.l.lin. of ?ii,tinc l.w
UIO. B. BABEK, Comptroller.
Lot Ham, lo wktm
? ob. 1 .... ileiftndrr, Colnmbm
Kttsub. S_ Di'to j
17t'*nb. 4 Ditto
490'w Slfl tim Ditto
743*30 A im Ditto I
64:18. Ditto. ?....
7* 15. .... Ditto
72? of 18 A im Ditto
41 .v 10_.~~. Abel, John B
41*111. ~~... Ditto
86' sub 9 A in Avery, Margaret
97.' 1 A 3 Act ob, ()*born..
49? "f 1 Arnold, 8 >phia A |
38? ? ?( sub. 4* iMefcly, Anth ?ny A A.
f 10 A Im Bowman. Alexander H..v
B irne#, Alexander 8. .-.3
Ball, FrancU 11
Brown, Hsury Jl..
fciof 19 ...
274 "lib 68
63- N .S sub. k
63* N VhI' W
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19**of wub. 16.
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A M buc%?.
Bond. Jo?eph D
Boston, James,.... St? ic
Brown, J alia
Jsub34Ain B'alne, Jnme* O
97319 A iir. B<>is*eau, James T
92fi 1 I Ditto
6W ij ll .ar.1b y, J. B A 'tlierw
8.of <S*T7 ft HoardIey,J. B A oth*?m
87u!15 jBrown, John
87jw.B... Brat.umn, Kitty
134*. 60 -iBryant, Levi J
1S4M. 61 Bryant, Levi J
63^!of21 A im Brook**, Lucind*
83'fof 2 A im Brown, Milly
7H3?of 4 A im Barnes, Mary
826 iBell, Pattey
669 28 jBrnce, Ruth
66*2 9- Bichanl J.M.^.?
145 1 A im. 8<?wen, Hayles J
145.1 | Ditto
1<fi>nb 4fi Bowie, Thomas
1091' w H7 Benon, Tlnmap
786 of 17 ,Brtdley, William
402.sub.il -Carroll, Ann C. A 34.0.
JD8,snb 67 A im K3ast I eman, Oharlog M
lolk>f 5 A im.. !<'.?akl^y, Oabri^l
117)pub. C Cnrtis, Henry B.
829mnb. 19 Callan, J*nK*s N
Si'-'^ub, 45 .
866 sub. )....
866 snb. 2
856 >?b. 3.
8f6>*nb. 16 Aim.
Bf-s. B w. H5 Aim'Ooyle, John F
2tiSjcf 6 Clark, Joaeph
20M<'fsub39,iniirosteilo, Margaret I 137 61
9Ev,4?V im^ Child*. Mary.......... 37 II
2v ' f 4 Italian,Ni? hola? 40 17
9n 16 Oook, B W 6t
397!?";b.(B A im C? ltman, Sophia. 3** 9
M.f of 1 A im . Carberry, Thomas 113 6*
841 of 2 1 Ditto 50 &
992 15 Clark*, T. K 47 v*
99 16 1 Ditto 43 3;
lit. of 21 Coomb#. William 8? 91
jjsi snb.D A in. Clarke, William F 50 "
574 of 3 Coi, W. 8. and others 53 9
K'46 of 1 Clark, William Uo <
1046 2. ; Ditto l(>3 '1
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104^6 Ditto 93 7<
104" of 26 1 Ditto lltf ?C
:#>?? of sub. 3 ... Dayton, Aaron 0 20 i'
IM? 15.... l?ove, B'-njamin M 163 7
176 sub. 40. Dod<?e, Charles 4 ;f,
117 22 Dixon, George K 136 *
2ir. sub. 6 Dyer, Q<v rffe W 2 2
9) 1 Dooglsss, Henry .. 5*15 61
91 2 I Ditto 174 4!
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91 4 ' Ditto 423 y]
47? 12 Dang?rtield, Henry 21 .i:
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of 4*nb.7 A in. Daley, James D 219;
551 tub.15 A im Darrow. Jtm?s H 177 8<
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1047 14 Dove, M armaduke
1047 16 I Dito
55",of 9 Driver, Nelson C
37wlof 21 DeVaughn, Samuel
904 ?of 23..
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? vans, Je*se
Everett, Joseph C, trm
t??e J H.C.Kverett
Ellis, Mary Aun, et al
Forrest, Bladon, tni4te<
V. A. Forrest.
French, B B. and other*
. Fletcher, Edwin
8*7 all Fi?her. Harriet, A Tho*.
15 Fraaer, James
38: 16 Dittc
14: 8 Ditto
361- sinb.3. Ditto
3t> ofiinl 4Aiu ' Ditto
Res. 11 of 25 Fitzgerald, ,lam^?*...M
of 13 A 1- Follannbe*, Lambert T
43 snb. A Gardner, Charles T ....
677 8 Gorman, Edward 25
374 nub C A lm Gaither, Gewrg" R. 81 5i
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379 ol 9 Oelston, Hugh 733 7
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625 of 8 A im.. Genifer, Jsm<*s A ! 17 &
297 of 11 Grainer, Nathalie 16 g;
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405 of 7 Gunton. William, receiv
i ersf Wm. F. Zautzingev
6 N 5s22A lm Harris, Angela
787 of 11 1 Hoover, Alice
943 eub. 1 (Hongd, Benjamin P.
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737 ?ub, 1 A in^H^lden, Charles H., A J .
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Hollidge, Emma T
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Howard H N , A E. K
Hoover, John W
611 *ub. 68...... Hollidge, James B
61 ?nb. 69.. Ditto
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133 ?ub. 2 Jones, George
13J|?nb. 3 Ditto
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67i|*ub. 43 Ihssca, Joseph (J - _ _
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M'Triman, .1??i n H ..
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lOU of 4 :N?y|or, Henry, Truftt, a 4o 77
2?7A im Nicl?,Hh, Vk ?iliam ll.ftU' ifA^4 16
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117 nob. B .
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4l4?ab.l Pearson. J M. V
8?-ntb 1 - Peak*4, John H W ?
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3^7 e.?nb. K P> w#.||, P b^rt SL.S. W ?r
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77?-,ftnb. S3 0*8hea, William 1"
23^?ub. V Parker, Charity 4
266 14 Aim... Poaraoo, Oatharine. M t6
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7.V 7 Aim
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49f IS. Pace, 8, Bi,i?
if 2 Pairo, Tliomart W.,
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?J of 1 A im.. Ptiilip, William U HI*:.
MOO 23. ?1 Ditto...
41111 Parker, W. Wilson
71(1 Pearson, William O
710 7 _...
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ionfi hi d klirrkks, f?n can* ????, and telvct.
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all fha-l*- l>r%i4-. is lufw
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u.?> be in tiie worl.l. A fimjck. ag-nt.
?l? ?lli puijo.
h. b ? c;u*rhbi-.- riv?n il?t b" colo* nu (f;
bring > "or ?rticlvt m*, ?<? g*-t them b? k id iiim.
a.jri^bil, kibst <'las9 dciii itlk,
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epictialtits or h1880lc pk.m em
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^7"* 't'?'*" rl 'tlww rl??iimd ?rub>at abrink
:n? ur< km> rraoted eflxtoalli, hibaiihi
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ih c dmkntlf no hand a 1m a
plow EES, kibboes, *? ,
?-<"?? CAPS and oolp.
plkes joal racelvr?. a>? tr
|'he laeoe8t anoitiiet or uml
a bUITS, aeltiug at redqcetf pnc?a,at
;lclr s. HELLIB'8. tl? Market s*m*.
Real baib switches, pno* m ?eiiinafnr
_ ??.18 hellek-s.71?m^kjpvj2ii^ u
rEEBOH STARCH enamel
is f. ,D ,h* world for doing at linen or
??. itr if l*rt? ? beautiful gluw to die fabric
Por (ale by orooen
BCEBHAM * CO., ?anr.tartnrere.
ISO Weat Lombard ntreet,
<?1?-lp baltlmr-. maryland.
j^ew a51d ihuice DRV oo0ds
bouan t w tLIE's,
1019 aod 1040 7th atre^ n->rthveat.
s00 d' ? and beautiful MlA?L>.ti jj each,
STTLIvh dbkss GOODS
at ?ery low |>rici -
Gray M 'ham, f. and ki'rta: caw--1'? i] air ci kb,
Ml. and 7ft cu, all wool ()a*>hmer>^, a"? ahadf?.
eta. an inin?**li?*- -l.trk *?l ca.pinier.-, i lutlia, plan
deb? Water Pr.n.fa, Blanketa, Ac .Ac
STBli'TLY OBB PHI je
boiltv i W tli E.
ageory for mme. Deaoraat'a eellabu- Pattern*,
cj MO R v BAXTER'S
ALL WOOl PL A N N EL 8?c rard.
WHITE LINEN 11andeeecbieps ?c.piece.
LINEN doylies m?c <f.?en
LINEN TOW ELS ?ie?e.
w BITE COTTON HOSE !?' pair.
bak0a1ns ib ALL KINDS op dky u<?jhs.
?efll-tr idm Pro nay i* atua afenoe.
Madame mhlieckes.aaei'ted by herdangti
i i ter, in pr#-par?^i t*? r?*?unif h?r l.-^-nn iq the
I french lnr <ri)?<.'?? to prhm<* ?iipite aod cla?^?.
mtu1?*au i*ell?- ki- rpur? (i, feh?"~kt-r, f<?r ift, \
po^il nftkttest brofcamra of ilif Pari4 0^mrrt>
on < f mu??< i?ill fiv* l'i?
a! <i in Bit pit r. A (rfnuau claa* will au lorni^d
bmmolc -734 13th straot. d#?ar n-a y??rk araooo. |
| rffer^ncaf?klt?i. jndpe Field. Mr* senator w*?^t
mm G*-n 8?lriw, 1' ? A : Hon. r C.
phmpli M C ; ooorit jar<ao?a4ooaiiar. French i
L-. i ? 1 ? T v i r, , acrirultural Bnr??au;
J Pr??f Ban?l C'aru?i ?*> ??.itm* |
^^ eoboktow b COLLEGIATE iksritcts.
Tbia Boarding and Day S<-b<>m for Yoang Ladiaa
will be rer.pei>mfb#pu.mber 9,1k7j.
A fall corpa of experienced Teacher* and ptufm
a.ira are eagaged
Por circalara. Ac addreaa Principal.
mlr? LCCY STEPHENSON,
a* in.' m.. 1 Ob Oay at.. Oeorget..wn, D. C
*1 e8. b. A. PECK* bklect SCHOOL TOE
1*1 BOYS, roothwiat corner uth and E atraeu.
The fonrteriitb annual aaaaioa couiuemed hirrn
>n 1 ?th. a*pM !?*
ROTS academy ipowtk Tear >-work rw
oommence* septembek lat.at Dr. honder
land'* chorch, is atreet, between O atroet aad
Louiaian* atenoe nortbweet. Bee circular, at
principal b ? k?t..r?, or oil at the Prlnnaal'a raal
dence. ikil m atreel aentheaat Price (lft par ?nar
ter: nnmber of pupil* limited to thirty.
aagl* 2tn' CBAHK SOYS. prlncfprt.
sbooueaqe gORB rabipaotcebi
repaibed ABD ootbbeb.
JAMES S. TOP HA* t
HA HtlMSS, IUDOL* AHO TH OH A MAM ?
?o. <u seyebtb BTBBBT.
?act to om Fallow*' Hall,
all of 1MB ou ewn macafactura, mmhbi ef a*
q ?' S T E R S !
NOKFr)*\c OUSTER vV?6t,P^ ^
Depot, ha* c<.dmaatli oa kaad ova
TEMS of the beet voality, frott Norfolk ax ,i?
wkere. iecei>ad fr.ah aeary 4ay by at-atabss isj
ralirvac Hot.la, E-ar.araau and (miile. eodahsd
Boots and shoe*,
w bolesalb^ABB retail.
w* will *a!l <en low. Call and *ae ' bor
i wwivuivj rati.
b*t. 4m and mb *t* oarfem oallad tap am rati
inaof aakra (karga