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Weekly NftHmml Tniolligwiwr, I N. Illiltlll l'r, i:llf.ii-nitit I'rnprloint. V- I1IVUTOX. MAtM'II II, 1.9a. 1.0UAL M.lOT.ON 'I Hf r-taMlsliniMil nf Ml, i . Tlioni s-, i' Nlniti rtrpat, nwtnilT iHmftf.! by Are, ." u ihfro!i(t!lT ovftTiiiiiM, rfpMmM, pupMiM, nml i ntrrt, Mid how pwvnl ibe nf)0' ftf n et.ituM nw mtaMlfibTnrtnt Ml lh tM .HmarM t . i' imo luN-n rtl'ipnMMl M ami the loift iKstoctptl i 1 1 top to litfhm with mw ftw.l. omnpiet h rf irtuff a noil.? , now Wing ntinM,M ;hnt lh n wi nfi cf Mn i. Thnrn . . ntl. bflitHMrM- ii 'iv rlinti rrr ri th litK itrtmtrr of rtMnH liotiM wli i.ur ulttioM TpiiiHfr1y from IM Htm CnnMrt iuio ilHa h lwn orrtMlniHNl In rt4jnt(lnft In- uitiM and mnV.nr ftonpfs lint all ttiMstlit . n fixed, n1 n ol 1 ),m . sf tin fw.1 J fnr lml- Mb I I. Utah, a relMifftt&l ltincliant ) i . f No Vnrl; has rAnMn.lnil InnMn 4 t.lttra ftf iiu-'i inthKritT, an ninnrmit that ttlil in M j llrotlir .lamfeS 11. liovcc, Secretary of Ki el ,-n to nnr lciter of fartilon. Jlr. Ilran has m- I tllor Inlfe No. IT, lia ten ronflnst to'hla hmiw, i iMtwatiiol Mnth rl. illrwilr nrt lo , niarorforntidtrwt, ainraiimlir lit tllh ronrw- v inpii ..f thin rttjr. In New York ruv Mr. ifjran ha ii it ttithwK. or hn tminea. Ills eftahlllimint ii c tmrnnl-eitliy th swrtl tmrtlon nfttie mctro 1 ' Mi- M. SrttivAX, of Wt'st Tliirty-flfth . i '. Vorl.,wlllopffitpt1or7ll Vnnrteenth I mii'i-, iiii n p"iin inn i inn tun n- lmramilnn of I r,V?il.?wii. I IrJ The lanlea ' nllitan will re- 1 i-irnr. in innriwiny nexrt nri new i rir i ainl tiimmer rtronap. cotinnea( utile roodt, all tn the nowet fahrlra ! nil mike a nolo of thl. M1m FnllKmi will re- tiain f ! one week only. i IIP tnnit alral)l? ytu to enjoy a pooil t-me "i pcol or utiiinia I" al the palace presMnl ur u" m. anion, oi 41 aiM -in nimii street. 1 hole 1 otevmthlnK eomfotl, tntUa, cne lialla, .i.il tir, toeelhei with p.llle attentlnn. fall ami niF ireather li?rnmea warmer atnl pleaa anicrnetuin from the Julreof treor corn lo a glaaa of pure lacer beer Intlea.l, 1hlrl1 to obtain In ail It parity ami iltilrlmiMieM we iy ro to 1 e sior'. on I igulh Mierl, Jii-I abn l'eniiTlanla aemie, 1'o-s't fall to reail llin ailverti'eiiieiil f Uulfalo I llhla Water, In another rolinnn. 1'UTFR rHtia .1. street .lav tloilld. A'i Ninth ' ""1,IU' 4"' I , 1 Tim l.iitp.lolin aiiirUrltrr. Mr Markritrr r.n born in Oeorfii'lown. In vouth l.e entered the piper-banclng eatAbllMiineiit i.f tl.e lilo P. I'. VranMln, mid In iari4 et up for blm elfonSeenllitreet, between lined 1". Ill refined taate. roinliliie.1 with correct judgment and enter prise, partlculnrlv ilexeloped the .1 1 tt t lr. 01 n we should puy iidw, le'lhetlc ' jmrtton of hi buMiiea, and "larl.rlter,, liecaine t.nown a one of the most ailtacllie trade picture eallerle outh of Phtla delphU, and wavlsied by thousand. Some year urn. thi. with ttie other branches of hi business mitprew the old quarter, and lie erecte 1 a handome minding our sireet. near Seventh, towblib he re moved. lly the inystetlnu illpenatlon of Prorhlence aboiil three year nco tbo burilen of Illness fell upon thlaexcmpliry man, and toward the close resulted In agonizing palu Hut Ids manner of bearing this re vealed new beauties In hi character, and, UUo Adm on, ho mlzht have summoned tbo nttielst to Ids bed Mde ,toehnw a Christian can die.' lie leaves n wblon. three ions, and flvedsuchter Wordsaro weal: Indeed o express the crlef wbirh must bo felt at ihedeaihof ncb u member of the community as was the Isle Mr. lohn MarKrlter, railed away last Monday mornlnc In hi slrty-flrsr year, nt the sen heolnnlngof what honl,l have been a ercua and honorable old nco. The expression of universal e'leem and love whlrh lnelnpo been poured forth .ire no Idle compliments. Mr. Markrlter Impressed upon every one with whom he came In contact the Idea of a business man who combined wllh unvarying courlcsv to all tboldehest probity and honor. He had spunt esery year from boyhood up la thl lHstrlct, as thoroucbly resr cried as he was well 1 nown. There were no dart spots In Ids llle or conduct lo be covered mi no man whom h had wronced.or of whom ho needed to tnnd In fear All Rood men who knew blm were bis friends and jdndrcra, andpolnlol Mm out I as an example for the imitation of youth. Ills funeral tool: place on Wednesday last, and a lat ge throng nr people, embracing all classes, congre gated at hi lato le'ldencc. Ibe lloral tributes of sailed designs wero numerous enough lo fill a largo apartment. Father I. A. Walter, pastor of &t. Pat rick's Church, officiated, and the pall-beirers wero ilr. llanlelMiPallaiiil. Mers. lames Smith. P. M. Detweller, Theodore aneclel'i Thomas I). Kalbfns, Thoina A. McLaughlin, lienry 1'olklnborn, aiiii 1 William Lord. The funeral arrangements were charge of Mr. Vi. It. Speare. and the Interment was In the family lot In Mount Olivet Cemetery a e' , Iloatli nl .sir. linen TI10111. iwen Thorn, son of the late Henry Thorn, died In can Francisco, Cal., catnrday morning, nf consumption. 1 be diceaed wa well known lu thl cltv. where be had many friends. DufTng tl.o ad ministration of President Johnson l,e was quite tiromtnent tn politic. He founded and conducted tho Washington Fimnij Fj nr-ss, a Democratic even ing paper, aftciwards conducted by Mr. fonah I). Hoover, anu twice icielicd Ibe honor of a nomination fur "ergeant-at- Arms of tho House of Kepreientatlves from the fleniocritlc caucus at a tlmo when that vears ho has tnailo California Id home, and bis death will bo am new to hi. numerous friend and nr- qualntances. Ill Interment taVepliccln California I to-moriow. The Great Naval Unities r the Kciiel Hon, This was the subject ofMai. II. ' Dane's lectuteat the Opera House Monday eienfng, under the fluilcetot the Newport Artillery. This lecture was not lu the original j rngraunne of tho coure, hut was p tveu as a benefit to the course ticket-holder!) In con federation of the liberal pjttonae with which the artillery company has I eeu sustained In their very worthy undettal Ing. Thele.'turer.wboiiad appeared before lu the course and hud left very plc.iUig Impressions with his audi ence, wain Mcnal nnicer uuJer Admiral Farragut, aud served In that capacity on tho gun-boat IClchmoud In mar grcaiet navai uaiue ni tue i:eneuion, Mobile (lay. The lecturer opened his subject by saylup that the populir mind pave too little credit to our iNay fyr I the Important part he performed in the lite war. 1 Public opinion awarded Its sympathies andcommen- ' aatlons freely to the Army, but neglected to duly ap- predate the Nay The lecturer eae a decrlptlon 1 ot the decadent naval forces of which the United I States boaste.1 at the outbreak of tho war, of t, mushroom growth when circumstances made a navy a necesMty, of the etuclent aid It rendered lu the bit tie of lloanote. He related many pteiant things about Admiral Foot ' it fresh tTaternaty' and ItB exploits utKiii the Western rlverx lu the capture of Fort Donaldson, Tort Henry, .uid Isliud No. 10. But the flrUcreat naval battle was tint between the donltnr and the Merrlmac at Hampton I!aad, which the fpenUer depleted with rare powers of descriptive eloquence, and held the brc Unless attention of tlm au dience as ho relate'! the Incidents or that engagement, which resulted lu levolutlontrlng themod-sof naval warfare throughout the world. The second crear naval battle wathnt or Vew Or leans, where tho Indomitable courage and persever ance of Admiral Farm gut was brought to 1 full test, and lu which Fort Jackson and tort Philip were captured aud tho control of the MIs-Uslppl i:ivcras the ley of the nation's ttifety was restored to Its rightful possessors. The third and greatest naal battle of the Rebellion, ln which the lecturer was an eye-witneis, was pic tured In awful reality before the audience, aud their spelt-bound attention attested tho speaker's power as ho related the thrilling otory of his pergonal obierva tlons at Mobile Uay. The audience mil long remem ber the pictures he drew of each truer ehe stage of tbo battle, of the old hero of the day lashed lathe rigging of the Hattford, whose undaunted courage and unflinching bczita of right and duty would allow him to admit of nothing short ot victory. The lecturer was liberally applauded and every one apteartd well satltfled that he was both entertaining and Instructive as a sneaker. Mtrcurj ycuport II. I , Ftl. JS U:. . . ..,-. n , Allcr IlicUrlniran War soiltty wouU tale cUaw of this pari of tlio It i9 just a quarter ofacentury situetbe ceremonies it woulil be uioit Kratlfylne to Mr. Cor soatliern seaports of Fnclaro! saw liuUluirat tlielr ' c0'ia '"J tlio gentlemen rouperatlnit with lilm lntlili wbarvcsall mat wajleftof tlio eipeaitlon tocrltaw. '""tter. I iliall lie luoit Iiappy to hear from you con TlievvarnltU Itussla V7as over, Saliistopul was In "lulfBllmauoYe at your earliest convenlencj, that I ruins, peace liad teen proclaimed, and there only re- '"fY P,,Ve "I'011 " tlwcotamltteo of arraoeeineuts, rnalnedlliotasl-ofrountlni: tlio eot and celeliratluir i ",llc" will, In all proliaUllty, laeet ajaln In about by the usual methods of IjaiKiuetlnp; and buntlnB tlw ,! ,,, ,",','. itturnof the surrlvors. Ilut.tliouuhtl.etuiiyorsand ' ! 'HdJIeton repllsJ as follows uiutilclpalltlcs did tbcli best, there lay all tho while , ''"' ?'" 1 our eileemeil letter of sth Instant, beneath Ibo banuuet board ami bunting thesleletou i al'if In behalf cf Mr. Corcoran, that tho I'lillhar of acolossal failure. In twelve i.iouilii,f actual 'J""'e Society tal e charge of tho musical portion of EKbtlus we had spent niorethan x lo.oou, ooo of money th" "reinonles to ba held atthe relnteruieiit of the re aud had lost about 30,000 soldiers, lhar, lion ever '"sl'iaof John Howard 1'ayne, early In Juneneit, la v. as only a small portion of tha loss omelets are not 'ec'!,'u'. '" reply I have to say (hat thesoclety feels to be made without lireaLlni; cpiff, but we had not I '''''"y, honored In lis electlou toiendei any music eventheomelct our ecirs had been brolcn ami the '"J1',!"1 &t that time, und I Leteby aciept for It the cnielet hail proved a failure. Niny all our Iwit I ',.. e0 ou e M""16'1 " our Itnltallon. it conceits had been brouElit to naught lu tliat thirteen Hl" """rd iaepleasute tohearatalu aud more fully months' trial- our system of transpnir.uur tjeiilus for 'romyouat our com ciilence, and to further your own creaniration, our weapons, our ionium trial, our ftalf. had all brot en down, und wllh unlimited com. loauilof transport by sea aud land, and wllh tho le- tourers of the ),Toatet productive emplro In the vt orld todrawupou, wo had failed to iarr, the common ' needs of food and rhelter lo a small army, which at a Ulilancoot sixteen days' sailing from our rlrisldtra i had literally starved and solvere Ito death within Use ! latleiof aieaport. Amid the rra-h of time-honored , traditions and breaking up of what kernel to be the, foundations ot our military nrfjul.-itloii, nothing had more hopeleialy failed than that system under which our soldiers had been ongaged for what was! mown a the long-service per!t,,l of inenty-uue jears -(.. II. i' Jialitr i ,nio'.flii'.Kiu. i jadi. uud. liuKHer exie lent her commander, inav be. she will not luttetho .banco again of advancing ilio an rneiny'. country wltiiauch rapidity and uc i en The cbaractiirittlc. of the war. of the future Villi be a. low advance, aiou.taut brluglug upnf re serves, anil defeat caused only byconiplvleeiUau.llen; flank attacL. will be made bv armies Instead or, a. lu i)70, by brigades or division., and the dl.tilrt uae.1 asabaltle.lTeld will becutliely deva.liled. The feel ing of nationality w III ulo make II much moiediraeuU lucudaw.rtbuu formerly. Austria would nut veil lure to talb.(k Lombardy and YeiiUe( eveulf hei victorious armle. idioulj inotrate to Naplef, aud umriu.uT wuuiu nui u.o uoeuaoie iu i70 loanu.x i.h,i,iiii u .u,i,.ku,,.iiiiViiiii.iiw vuiv . .iv. utny, A Jlecr uuil Tiro IIhun Drinuioil In the CllUkC. . i . . i , Jjiirini; the recellt fre'-np a large huel: deer pursued by dog. crowed ou the Ice near I lie mouth (f saline aud Ced up the Ohio bottom, lustthe cabin of J'atrlck Henry, whete the buck, close prewmd,t.xik to the Ice ou the river, whleli waa there fiuxeu w.lldly fjrM.iuodlt.uce over Cltiolonail bar. Mr. Henry, olddoglulnoellnlhepur.ult, aud thellpry race of dog. and deer wa. exciting. Headed ulf by the open rhunnel, they turned u. toward the farm of Jauiee Maytou. Here a uuuibi'r of uieu ran uut to enjoy the , xpoit The deer turning to See ftoui the men wa. ' taught by one of tUedoji, and they pluuge.1 Into the cutrent, where, lu their .cinggle with each other. Kith went under aud were diownwJ. 'I he i.arca uf the buk wan recoterid. Of courao he wa. poor at ' thl. MUMJUof the year, but the autlwn weie a pilze. Patrick Henry', clog, becouilug toufuiwl, ilai to the udgeof theloe, and he too weui over and went under, ihepildeuf the fun at died name, and wa. avenged lu the (leatli ot twoof blsfoes. HhuuiMttian h , . An llliulltll Tlm ' r''"7 ! r-ra t vt -u pi 0 b origin a Ign 1 VJbw f ur War. ijVui'I's vvh'-tlnr O'n ti ' l If b' had t u " " ll'i ' irgl- i, i tl think Uat ..I vi hadaulmpr ' " i 'g i- eai'si he v s up. "1 r adds, hfWeYer yit.b-f'ir --! by tliersi't .' "rgf-u fi'-- I I Ml, I'll 'l' 8 ul-' It r i iia or ''V t f?.5'5L'.li?.Vi?,r fs""t"rf' ' wljl.licoo.Wer.tlioi.rol.- ' a legion -of the icrps, the hand vroik of their fair J LrV",fLMnJ oun '.un.y aula avem efl e o i. ' uld have no legard for our young plajet. T his I. I "ike hem ass K I lesldence i.f Mrs. M. A liennlson, l5;i Cor. oran T'.e Piuperor of Mii.lcaltl las.es, Mr. Chatles Loun- ?oL'.SIWt,.Sli ".'.' W,1r. turupc. Ihe force, hau'ls, lave, uuiiiiini-ed "'ue In, and a siecUl "rI","J not a.ld to prejudlrelhe men far Horn lt,a. both are i ,, III e less sky ' bi'iie, .callet ledlow or eii , i,J a. r,r,'e' After Ihercgnlarordei of business the follow- nerg; has nn living equal Hi thlsexqulilte perforin- tngsged In udi ..war would he .ay., be far gioater room will be needed to hold the wuie. A general "l.1"' "Y,.','. reu..,eJod in an the o j't hat-. Tom 'Mendel plaveri., but more lu .bow where the weak- I about Ihet'i Ilio li i nl , 1 , ,Ki ! ' '"B I'rugtainine was lenderc.l Hoi... plmo, Mr. M. I "" "s I eua l.uvcubeig, the Queen of theCor- even than those whli h were brought Into tbo field In meeting or the committees will soon be held, when o.hlitioi leius r Sic. o.M.oat wuulln' t make a I ""' "' '' u " cf "" nl"9 " "ry strong and Jilgl t " uttoiii and ,'ut no 1 aid. aro .d'n . .Vi" "' '""dl reading, Judgu II. 11. IVardei .song, Mr , " All the rurloii, people of the Museum i i-verelt, t-'';,..A. ? nB" tY'l',?,' J",", cu.r,'". ""M1" i'k'l't "' I ,:V'lr" "" '"W UK'1 V "' ".o"1"""" wll Ve for hln. ever. oat wuulin t inal , a w(, aU) ,0 , u cf ' B nu WILIH t tlo ni, and put no ban . arouu I I e I I . Vbltlu Mallai.; duel, piano. Jlesdaines si. A leu- ''" Wkard, Puiuli lind Judy, nllogelher foruil ng lngllihiiileoutbebattle.tleid 1 lot theentlia fore. I uptoihl. time 'I f.e aeieral loinmlltees are actively """"'" "" .asacrost nothing i&ul lLom, .,n,. n',,'.' ''" and W, 8. Psion. loading, Ml.s Pelle CowUn- !" greatest Iheir on eatlh for the money, loucludig ot a great Luropean btate now consist, ot four or five i wo" ' '"", .''"" cm, a" 00"' ' ll""- ("" Tin, I n.,.-,...v i ml .... ,.r i. .... . "B aver ey havo heen fc'etlllig in all ion" ram u iervauia' Iverv butto . or o.. .. i .? olu. "". X"' '"' "IW"! ''"el. vo,-al,McH.lamcs "I"' Ibe Panoramic Phantasmagorlcall I lii.lons, a. niit-li armies, and the disaster, .onsequent mi the merchant, and clilren. generally nre glHug tho lair r "," di""'r ,"'V,c,,co 'J' J,c,,,ncrac I liiM'"in hucy Winder aud y. 11. Ilaa ,1, reading, Mr rerformed by (lie l.ouubergo for o jw i! ghti la col lilon of two or more such '-tatei won d naturally aud ba:aar the grcateit en.ouragciueut. In eveiy Some ol t he art .1 c, as we a many of t lie .gain. I them 1 heir lacker, aio very ounient it ' UtSn!Uf itioir. i 2 uian .ii.e ?iv il... t.t I '-'''rles -Mallard: duct, violin and piano, Mrs. M A. London. "i.iusiu "'' '0"i ''V1,",r,'" ''T,"y,'i;,t"a,"'!' !.','!"ne"',f,nlJ',;"""rll""",i" """"' Hau'l lal, ,iecullailtle.of the bultej States may. doubt- . they will bo able to .loan tho National, lie .0.1 tui I pe I. InKi g ami .avelliKtupula cock2deou ' '''"'i','""' W- f-aton quailetle, ilr.. Haiaril AlllllsSIOJI TO ALL ONLY TF.N CENTS, tothedevcn.piuentoftheteeilugofiiailoiallti. war. ln Iheiu they have re,.iidi. proinlly una llbei- , bi tiace-l toll.ilr form of gowmtneiit. After teason, and (rmllct for the young club a gior oi. Ihelr .erv.nl,' luti i Armi uiuceri nre.e.,t aSS J,r'. Jlllar(1i s'l Id WlllUnn, and Miss l.otllo ll.ioo performances ou tjaiurday, St . Patrick'. ' ,',,V ".Ihi'i? U,?"u '."V,', '""" f''3 P"1 "!"" ,i-r'l'W.8''V,'?'-ll.'''''''lai'tryl.eutltM to.n the ..bilous wants of Ilfo are provided foi democracy ' ca. ter. .loriou J.f,,,rr. 1 . 5 i-. 1 1 y J I e t .1 .. t uouir.r li e 11 Lf 1 . wr- "H-1'- ''""I. w''l'HIlT.llss Patton and Mr. .Mallard. I I'. ' national huttlllt). Ann Ins will uuuine the character ' armuri, and imi.t haveone, auJ are w ng to do a I aitiuulatoaiho nroductlonor book. An lntelirn-jiii . i i, ! ,;V., V . ,V1 . .. . ...i '. '. ' 'ilf"M'l'i - - - - ol Igrea. popular rnlcratlon,a.id will be, lumbered, .ot In Ihelr ,x.;.r to push the goud work ahead The' wiHtoSu.. , '''? ,ir3t tlme '" a "'"""W ' Wll Ihe I J $ 'ft e ' he ly.Uain'y h1ieV!-ockiel'ilf Ul.rcr-o,,H.7i,T.c.l .InT.nl. T"" riOI.UJlt BKATIIW 1UNK, oy huudieil. of Ihouiauds, but by million, of arinod fean.n tli let. aro in the baud, uf the priuier.ui.a will i. unlverully reregul'ed, rise, on the rulu. ot rank r'a' "' thl.i lly will bealloived tu meol boil, tho A- thiiroHii iiblil. i. ?v!1mV.i i..h , . V,w ... "' Ti it .in, , . -1- iu.li hi. will diminish their mobility ueri.iany bereudtha lt of ueu weel . .Iieii,." raWm h I." prlrelito ho,wft?.ud "''II" ii"! Uw li allhoil uj ta ?,. V & L,1?sl",K, ,'"- of Ooll. Jllbal A. jf.wYuik Avenue, between Thltteenlh aud Pour. ..Ill not again find an ot.u nuntrv. with excellent - . ,.,, ,ri,.,',ir. ,i.,.r ,,.,. ,: i. ,,',... thowav. fiurcltvLeinvor.rsiniiiii.iii.n,i..iL.;. ;.''..'..'. ..'MV.' '".r.1."!,.rr.111 nryceikade, rhere- i Karly In hi. address before tho A.soclat on of Hi., i.,n.i, ........ CTITV NWS. TOWN TALK. SWil's KtMilMm Tnrltli THtti;, fins 11 rtrwtiwitlmwt. 9wet1 mimilnn rtrn lo mull- Html. Aita inn 1i tli ' Nw mk CHpfHT Umstc rot iji, wllh a roffipret rworil nf every tmitpttiiM oputflnt tttnl for lone time. Mr. Imn II. WkMle, nf Hi Orurts Of. tic, htsrMnrncrl in hi official ftatln .firrtry PImmm Wl lo ht Home on Lone; IMaml. Tli Washington l'r.. Club will lmlil h inftllnt lliHtlrnnmiitl1i IT.'.ltt llim, when II I etpwled a drill ntjunlMIInn will Utni plare. Tlm Clau'lcal Society uitls nt Ml. Han wmi'a Mrollntn.iiinirciw night, wliWi Ml fsnpldo I:. TkiiiM wlllrmd an e.y on "The- Ancient llreek Theatie," Mr. .Mfrril A. llM.rn, .iir.tioi sgwit for Msdsino .1,iiiinrtrfV, 1 in limn on Imslne con nected Willi Hie pjiirsipef lli coinliltnllon at the Nallonlll.lnMl. lVli'r llnlmr", n pmiilnyp ot" Alll'fin Nal Inr, ir , wn nrrtl .Tetrn1iT tir omoer ltirm, tlirtl Willi tlielrnyfif ldi of hirnew from Hie taljle. lie Hill M-ll .lmloSntll In Ilio inoriilnu nun oi nip ninr. lie win aiiio io n up rci'ieniM Tliero ii a moroniPlit nn font to nrgiiilc a i "tmwn Willi Wlffgln tlnti Pari, member on Initiation larontrielleit tneweir to Vnock pieryinan ilnwn who mention, Wlffgltis or his iireillctlonK. The llerilir Comn.anv lnletnl almrllr tn wiet T larre nml well-eqiiliinen etatile 8inl "n"'e for llia n-remmoHtlonot their ranMIr In . ' r,B,ins '""" It wlllhehlilltln th-iitern tait "r "li "" lllcliar.l Wee trieil In Me.il ciniiijli tiro- r I.IaI Imi tltlla Ik fAnl.a IL.k.t . ....! .... wlih a !umlay illnner. llcfore tie conl'l secure enoiith the iiedii oiri"r lieterteil au.l iMKMliltn up ' 111 tne 1 inn rrerinri. I OunrRM 0. Ilnnipliiie', 1". U. of 1'rleiul- hlp l.oilfe No. i:, nlel Meilnaiilar Ust, nf con- aunipllon, at 111- loMiltnro, .list atreet. Ills lu- 1 ncral took plire from t'nloii nupel on l'rl.Hv alter- , noon, the 1 ol;enltenillng In rarrlage. Tlio llt'iillca inaVi) lieller tiina tli.'ili Hie lreetrai, lc 0 .iiul tale up pameneera at llieriirh, ami are lull 011 the principle otclliiir a "eat torn fare. Ily pilroiilrlnirthoniitl-monopiily lterilloathe I Iraiiinat la forre.1 tolnrnlOi Iwller airoinnio.t.itloii. Sarah roiiDfr?. a lilllceretit resilient of Ihlrteenlh Mrcrl, cnjaitcil her lel-ure Inointnta Jei- tenlav nflernoon bv attempting; to Vnockoutof iline Mr. ilarner, another re-hlentof that locallt. Mr-.. aiucr, 111.1 leiiMiini; the prore, tail her arrntnl anj unje her lene rolhler il. Wotk was oommenceil on the new aimoiv building for the National nines last .Monday, and the Koon r, earner or tue week allowed the workmen tieiu tune to get the batrtnent well up. The win ne puned rapidly, and the miles expect I full possesion by Hie middle of the summer. The principal shop windows alone 1 svlvaiilaaienue nie conspicuously disputing salii- auie articles given to Ihe fair of the Light Infantry Corps, which opens heio on tlio I til h of Apill. The number and value nf the donalloni will far exceed IboseElientonii) lmllu rilr emr bell In this fee tlonof Ibe conntrv Ti,.i'.,u i.iii 1 in beldlueMlay night last, whenthe gratlfylngf.net was I lie I at roll Institute will soon move from , made known that tho Association was clear of debt Is present location on O street, and occupy thebulld- I for the first time In nine vears. With a clear field be ing Oil lentil Street fonnerlV Uteil A tlm ririll lr. I CAM. Ililm 11u illrnlnra telll nnt a.l.l tn ,1... Ia,V. .... nun siaiiun-uoui!. a purcnae ot tiietmii.iing was elfecled on Thur.lay. nnd the structure will be put lu thorough rctiilr. Tliealmnftblsgreatlnslltutlon Is tomoro clo-elv hind together the young Calholicsof tho Dlslrlrt anj provide schools for descnlog young men at nl;ht Lafayette Allison, a well-known thief, was arrested by officer llreen and Special omcer Klnprer lat night on a charge of burglary He robbed lilch ardson' grocery, at the corner of Twelfth and C street, on Friday night of several boxes of clgir. besides a good sum of money. Allison was arrested several jearsngo on i slmllir cbaige, and the pros pects aro good for him to serve a long sentence In the Vlhauy prison. Professor Alexander De YVolowski. the well-known vocalist nnd pianist, teaches singing and piano by his entirely new and simple method, by w hub pupils make a very rapid progiess. The Pro fessor's stay lu Washington has given greit sillsrac- . Hon, and those who wish to place themselves under 1 bis charge should do so at once, as no ono shoull miss Ihlsooportuiiliy. All applications iboull be made I at the Prrdessor's .Musical Institute, Ho. tin II I street northwest, corner Twelfth. The mi oner will inve.Migate tins morning; Wllllims. whoso deith from suffncalion and burning no niu-o wi iiciiii ui nu. mmm . 111 in in irs. i.ucy .ia ui-tiiicieii iij ine ponce yesieruay morning. I The evidence Is very dtroug against the mother that 1 she deliberately killed the Infnnt, taking Its life to hide her shame, as she has been separated from her husband for a long time. The woman Hied In Tem perance Alley, between T ami U and Twelfth and Thirteenth ttreet, and the Inquest will take place at the Second Prei Inrt statlon-boue. lllg fitllce. Tbo irlrl beirsinrL of tho strugglo sho went through, her face being broiled and blacl ened. w bile one of her eyes Is circled with a black ringand nearly closed. 5 be states that Loudon polnrel a pistol at her heal and placed 111 J-ou.Ion polntel a pistol at her ai'' over nerinoutn.upoawhlchsbodceplylmprlnted , ;' 'eeiu. i.ouaon wa not very anxious to talk upon tub ruujl.il UJI AllUk. (. Ufton Manor.which waa entirely destroyed by flro on Friday Light, In 9 quite a blitory. It r?as luillt poiu3 time ir",iom to the ar of the Rebellion by Alfred Kllet, the man who Invented the raw that aitccersfully ran jiat forts on the Mlssli'lpitl. When ' 1-ltet laid bis plans lefore the natal authorities hv.' pUeti the cold shoulder aud was termed by tbem as a crank, a Mir.ilar vlaw IjlMde entertalneil by all the ,;nmitiomct;r. eicopuns; secretary of waratanton. Kllet urt?eil the feaslbliltv ut his nntpnr sf Tiiineit.u- with rresldent Lincoln that he Ueturmlned to give the scheme a chance, and. athe avy looked with du diln urwn the lublecr. thehecretarv ot Var took en- j tire control nf the construction. When tbo rams j surrerully wlthstoo-1 the terrible rsnnonadlnsj the j crank was not looked upon &. so crazy after all. Sir. Ellet was considered one of the tlnest civil engineers In the world. ihe organ concert Eireii at i4orth Canitol M. K. Church last Thursday evenlnc under the dl- rectlon of Professor Iiischuil wai iriar uncwm Tho iliurcli having recently been furnished with new Ka-s-fiitures etc , presented a very bright and cheer ful appearance In the neighborhood, where at present no meet-lamps are supplied. The Professor ar rived promptly on time with his pupils, and enter tatutrd the audience with a rare treat. In the person ages or Mlse Ida Johnion, rjne Hodlcr, Katla 1 llU, aud Mr. W r. Houghton. The Mount Vernon Quartette, all too well known to mention namfs,wero tn fine voice and received hearty enrere. Misses ranuleand Florence f. avion, Ida Hoger. Amanda McMurray, and Messrs. c. C. Jamos and I . -I. M'll son Intcripersed the slnInj with recitations. In humor and pathos, ad ling greatly to the pleasure of the evening. As usual, the Professor proved himself master of the orpan and piano. JOHN HOWARD PAYNE. The I'hmiarriiiiiilcSiirlcty nt llicCom. In lseiilf eh. Mr. KdwarJ Clark, architect of the I'nited States rapltol, addreised tho following letter to Mr. s. K. Mlddleton, president of the aihlngtoa Phll harmonlr fcociety, Ust Thursday " flcaifin ln behalf of Mr. v. W. Corcoran, 1 take the llb;rty of addresilng jou relativo to some musical ceremony which Is desired at the reinter ment of the remains of lohn Howard Payne, which will tale place early In June at Oak Hill Cemetery, of which due notice will bs given. It Is the Inten tion to have an oration, a poem, aud a dirge or requiem performed on that occasion. It Is thought by many, tal log all circumstances Into consider ation, that the most lltllug musical ceremony to take place would bo tho rendering with a largo -v ) w mmi'i w ,uv a7uuofi ciiuiusui nome, cwect uome. luirtta fit lliina dtrint llnmn iin . "" oitui.u mines as io iiiomunc io 119 ren- aud Mr. Corcoran Uered ou tbo occasion. ' tVanlilufiiii Mk-lil Iiilniitiy I'orii. I'ulr ami Ilaiinir. The lOinmittee ol arran-feraenta met at their rooms lu ernou How last night, 'ihe attend ance was Urge, aud reports of the rogress for the fair very tuouraglng. 'J ho solld-sllier tea set, for first prlze.wlll beoiiMlilblilonin .Moore A I.edlng'a win dow, lion Peun)liaiileaienue,on Monday luiirnlnn. The Pmerson upright limo, the generous gift of the 1 iiierfcii I'umpany, as ircoud H.e, will also be ei hlbltrd at the piano rooms of II. Hiethach, IHo P unci, int. i.i ui inuwcei. i ne uouauotis aro ar riving dally, und v.tll bo displayed as soon as a nulla llluli llnficr.. Ihe a-ibtmbliea at tlio Hinl. last Weel: wcie uniformly wall atteudeel, though the mauage Hiiui, depending ',lel) nu the ataad.nd .haraeter of the reel eattuu airurded. prewnted nu ciceptlenal featuie Theiiiiuiberof Itluk paille. watuuuuially hftu, several beliigpi.MHili.il each eienliig Hut the miik wa.uu. 'I he Juvenile pulo game added I'teatly lolheamuaeiiientuf the vouthful patron, and' their ihajairoii. at tbo lalutday in all nee Ou Monday night the llaltlmore llluk will bend ovei a delegation of tkatir., led by Mr. I" Pratt Spear, director, in rttuin for flieiUli paid ll.em reuily by the M ash- i mi-ion jinn . ine inue. ami iteiisoi ine waililng- ton Polo Club baie uirange.1. game for theeutir- luiuuieuioi ine visitors, much inierui u mionu In theapjroaihlhi,' visit by the patrou.ot both itluku, and Ihe visitor, will be welcomed by a large turn uut III ll.U tl'a.lllll.llA.1 .1 nl... .1.1.1 I. ..t.AVA. .. ....- P.SI ui ia aiuiuhiuu .ntnii aui ijuiiieii vi iu. Jim MCatioii will undoubu.lly be very notewoithy in Hie eunabuf the llliip. It Is auuouticeil thatlhlswlll lrubabb tiolheU.tpologauieof thevaton.a.owlht.to j.ievlou. eng.igeiueiiliof the lllnl the skating teason eanniit be prulouge.1 further than thefir.t week of April. Till) Itcil hiui III Jupiter. Jupiter never falls to exolla profound In teniU, whether we follow lilt camine with tho naked e)u or through the telwriqie. The leleocoplo view just now, eay.theiV'cfeiifficliiurf'U.i, I. full of ex citement. The Prlueu of Planet, las met with u low. The ' ' great i eel ;iut, ' ' iO, OOO miles lung and o, 000 ur I ',000 lulle. broad, ha. altuol entirely vaultbeU, The I eitraonlluary pheuomeuou that lias been eagerly and aa.tduou.ly watihednlure It. apjieaiaucelu i.'ti lias u wiily dlupiaiared, and xealou. obwtier. are little the wiser fur the study be.towed upon It Various opinion, pievtllr uiernlug Its eilglu aud ron.iltu tlMi. Seme nktroi omer. thluk It was au euoiiii'ius lift Hi tb. planet . loud idmosiihere, reveallug tlm nu.ilrusl.en Hi ("In ri think It waisM'K or . ruit f, rtui-d r u ii i-mMl.tlii r-irta i I the plain r i vfi . lit! wliti i. 'idir-vu- Uliigd'ivuaiiJal ipi -rltii; ii her ib'-iklt; aura f M irfrui'in' uini" fr-uu al' ug -'.'ill- -iv - i or ip'inuou lb- ptauet iuidrii""U. kioa'" - uw Bpou will rv J, mu r -urn t lii'iHifii j iut U' -IJU''. ..'iMiriwIll !- ipbc r tUf'r f -, 1 ut the time Is not yet, Sergeant McC'ath ran arrested ve'terdav ' e,e"lnf "'8 fidiowing-nainel weio elected I afternoon. In Unlontown, Joseph l.ou.lou. the man ! ?!?,cf' f'" ,.,!,': n.,f """",' 'car', , ,',. " I charged with tho outrage ou Miss Dolllo Moxley on ' J -?" 5'.. ' .1 iJ e -r. "' ' , " ,lcl,,r,,r" , Thursday evening last. Loudon was employed at tbo , .- ' e ' i o . fh " ,a ' ' W ,er' , s"re" 1 Hamilton, wlilla Miss Moxley was a clerk In the J" 5 "i i11 . 11,n,"f' l'"""'' I wodlrecturs ! ijoverument Printing fuilrc. Tha irlrl br in.n. from each Lodge wero also elected. Ibe price of ad- i mm iiia m nwaM OUR SOCIETIKS. Mninulo NnstN. OfilmiiliU Cotimismlery No. 2 has ilMrMai tniNmldiiffiMtlfaniiwt 1 ilday, Apllii. Tlia monllilv inrellnp, of Kvaiigtliat Chap ter, Horn crmv, 'will t-aliei.1 at SiollTsh lllle Han, WeHnd pvenlnir neTi. At the tngnlitr loiivoaallon of l.tTaveltA niaflerNn ., (nwiUy etwlnt; ll, lira pennim of I'asl High l'ftt 1'ord and Campbell ie pie MmtMaml nnleText I, one wllh the (fronp of tbelr pre- rtCCMXH. Itrolher A. ('. AiUuiSflli, of Hope l.nilgc Xo. JO, .Ileal in Philadelphia the 3d lint., and wa burled SiihdSV lt by lllslntr "lar I Oile No. IM, of that city. The name of lumber Adsin'on stand first nn the list nf meni'macf Hie Monlr llellef, tils CfllinrMB lielnn Munliered one fllr A. T. I,oni;lo.v, !'.(.: .1. I Allen, I' C). P I Steven, P, f and P. I'. Iloaser, (uartermatrnf I olmnbla t'ommandeiv No, r. at temleil tha annual leunlon of Mirtltnil i'omniamleiv No I, of liallliuore, 011 Krldiy eveiilni. 111, and una treated wllh Ilio knlehlly lm Italliy foi wlilcli the lialllmote fraler ar illlliijiilhe.l. A festuia or the occasion svas the rie-enrenf Mir 1- nlchl Stins liuiT, et-Mayor of llalllmore "Ir ftari'luir; Is nlneh-twn years oil, aiul was made a Mssnn In 111, llewasl" f . of Msrylsnd fnminandery In 110, and l iindniibiedlr tha oldel Mason In the United stales. A committee from t ollmililn Cointnaiblery Nn V, consPtlnET of Past (ViTnnnii.ler 1.1. ?icvcn and hlr P. P. Vord, mndo a fraiernal vllt lo Corson Ciunuiaii.terr, laHnne.1 at Asburr Paik. N I , on Tbuisdavovenlnp, March 1. Plr Mevrtii, mulcr tlio auspice of Corenn lommandery, deliver a lectiiro at I Ihrary Hall bctorp a largo audience, Inrludlnif the (Irani Commander of Nea lersey and hi officer, a deleeallou from Maiibaltan Comiiiaiulery, of 'iew "1 irk. and nlher Tlltlni Kulchta, tho proreeilsbelnc; denled locharllable piltpoe. The nbect of tbo lei lure was ' ' liemlnlsccnces of 1 hlrty-nve Yoars llpsldeiiceln Wnsblnntou.' Aftel the lecture P. C Hlesen. on behalf or Corson Commandery, preenteil a beautirnl Past Commander" Jewel to wir lledway, Kinlnent Commniider, after which the Templar ser vile won in Columbia Commandery on " 1'eninlar 1IV" ilurlm; the Oarflell Pair wa prcentcd to Corson oiniiiatuliiy The Sir Knlshl and their lime mental iiowu ion uoiinieou baii.iiet lit the niind i rniral llolel. "Irs teveii and Void epre themselves us hlxbl) pleised wllh the courteous and knlelilly irpatineut aicordet tliein by the fraler of Corun Comiiiandeiv I O1I1I I cllnnalilii. rin' llnaiil of UlterlnM of tliH I. O. d. V. llellef Assoclallnii met Tueday nlirlit lil nnd aided lo tha A'soflitloii Ihltty-otietiew members, lIrolln-rJi.hu C. AMutt, I'. (1. or Olive I liraiiili l.aleo Nn. 11. Delatan, Wis., slsllel No. lj Monday etiMilnif list, and made some Inlereslliitf to mails. llrotlnr CleorpH A. Tlioina, Secretary nf lleacou I oilge Nn. i ha .i far recoiered froin hi rrrnii nil. irk of touillllll as tn be present at the 1 .IgeMoniUs utehliiRhtst. I lainpiiient No. T, has usjn conllhed to Ids bouse. 000 I Mnssciiueita aienue, for eieral weeks pist with a I lonipllcitlon of diseases ,, , ., .., , . ... 1 he monthly meeting nf the lloaiil of I)i- rectors of the I. o. o. F. t.lhraiy Association wa 1 tho shelves. itrotlier Thomas I.. Dilley, of Imllanola 1 edge No. 70, Indlannli, lona, died of congestion of thebialuat hi rcldence, u:5 K street, 'Ihursday lat. The remains hue been taken In charge by lioUen ltnle l.olge No. 31, which will attend bis funeral lids afternoon, meeting nt theli hill at 1 30 o'clock fnrtlut purpovi. Thohourset rortheruneral Is 1 o'cl.vk. IiiiIpiiviiiIciiI Order Mccliniilch. (Iranil Secretaiy IM. llawsel, who has been sick with muscular rheumatism foi several weeks, Is now convalescent. The Oratul I.oJge ot .Marylan.l will meet In annual session In llaltlmore Monday, liUli Instiut. I A delegillon from lids city will Milt the Grand I I ods Monday eienlug Anchor Loilge No. '.' will celebrate its au- uliersaryhy attending divine worship In a body on the first Sunday In April. 'oclal inuMcal and lit erary entertainment will aUobd given In the Loilge room, In Tlmms'aHall, for Hie lienefit of the mem bers aud their families. rolnnihU I.oilge ito 1 initiated three new members and lelnstated two at their regular meetlug Tuesday evening last. The Invitations are out for Ihelr fourth complimentary sociable, F.ister Monday evening, March 2o Membeia aro requested tn call at the Lodge or on l. o. ITchelhcrger, the chair man of lbs committee, and get tickets for dlstilbu tlon. At Hie annual meeting of the Mutual Ho lier association lu Tluiins Hall lisi Mon- 1.,,,JL.,,, '? T,e, ., ' i""a' e ',Vm mission for one year was filed at il.su, and tho re instatement fceatl.:"i. 1 he reports of tbeofflcers r,X 2 .0 a uTl, ,J". .'""V'T""!. ro.n',N ',' , 1 J! ?, sc "". ' '"ow, ,n","l ln s char- ,. "V, ""iiV-i V;. ',."., 1";X """" "' """' "" """" "'""" ''"s- .iillif. tr l-ytliinv Sir Itiiglit It. Iltindi H impravip;, ami evpect to be out this week. Mount Vi-mcn I.oilee will have a camli date for Ihe rani: uf page next Wednesday nljht. The funeral nf Drutlier '. C. AlexanJer UrooUfleld was alten lad by the ineinbtrs uf Calantlie Lodge llt Wcdnesdav everilnrr. which esrortnl tlm reioiln to tho R reiDiiu io ruo iiaiiuunre anil rotcmac Itallrnnil I,,ett whence they -were conveyed to Kcw York i-lly lor Interment He was also a member of Hiram i once or Masons TheoiScers of Washington Division No. , Uniform Kank-, were Instilled last Wednesday night for the ensuing Pythian period by Plr Knight Fox well, Supreme P.cpresentatlve. Tbo Dlvliloni hanged lis meeting night to second and foartli Frldavs. and , are about to remote t Its new armory. Odeon Hall corner ofVennsylranla aienuo and roitr-and-a-lialC street, which Till be open every Pililiy erenlug for visitors Snrielj- .'nlos. U. A. P.. Fames A. Garfield lot Ho. 7 hell a rouilng meeting at Its hall, comer N'lulh and J btreets, Wednesday evening last, Coiimuuder II. II. Kroner lu the chair. After mustering lu re crulis the Post acted upuii the picposltlou to cliango U meeting nlzht, and resolved hereafter to meet ou tlm first and third 1 uesday evenings of each mouth. This Post Is lu a very nourishing condition, adding to Us membership at every meetlug. Kiiiqhtt ami I.udte- nf Jonor At a regular semi-monthly meeting of Columbli Lodge No. 60'1, held on Tuesday everdn;, Hrotncr J. II. Hlckccix, chairman of the committee on entertainment, read n very interesting ami instructive essay ou "lha Ilia- i u.oii'1. " which Included a history of the gem. from Its discovery, through tho stages of rutting and set ting, giving an lililotlc.il account of 1I19 more eel;- brated diamonds of the world Tbo essay was Illus trated by tl.e exhibition ofac-jinufei of three cf the latter, one being the koh-i-noor, which were procured In Londou during the exhibition uf IS.'.I. .f.iiwi or (he lirtl (Von. The gianJ officers of MaryianJ of this Order visited this city on Thnrs- I day tvetilug last. Instituted Washington Council Ho. I. and Installed the followlligasomcer, Commander, , I Arnold Vl.-a Commander, Daniel Williams I Past Commander, iharlesll. IMiam- Itetorder, .lohn II. Davis; Financial rictlbe, Charles Ilrud Treisuier, 1 II. F. Crabbs Marshal, lohn Weaier Piclat;, J, ' . Harden, Warden, lilrhard llarrett Sentinel, I Iteese Itobey Trmtces, Josei.h P. Page, John W. ' Yevrell, Peter II. shut., and Charles II. Isham. This 1 Council starts out under favorable auspices, aud Is ' composed of ouug builnens men of this cily. After, Hie ceremonies were over the vlslilog companions were banqueted, and the following gentlemen re- ! sponded tu toasts James 51. Hchryver, Grand Coin maiidei or Maryland: Hoger W Cull, Grand He- , corder, and 1: Winston Smith. Grand Marshal, all oflliltlmore also Commander W. L. Arnold There 1 were tymty-ono nresent from llalllmore, all cf whole names no did not learn. Among them were Messrs. ' I" M. Schryver. Hairy II. Wllllar, Joseph It Chapuuu, aud William J lleyn. The neit ineetlug of Uasliliigton Counrll will bo held on PrIJay evm- ' luijat'l'linius's Hull 'I'liu Oioia or Ihu hiiillk'L'lerB. The National I'.ille anil Washington Op. eratlc Asoclatloanoiose giving u lolut beueflt at Ford's Opera House Airlla. 3, ami 4 The cliatm- I liigupeianf " The Smugglers " will be renderi.l 1 Profesur Soma, muilcal director of the association, now In New York, lilegraphedthefolioniiiglastnigtit 1 to Mr. (loorgo W. Kvaul, chairman of theiominliue I of arrangements. ' Have secured an excellent can! an followt- Ztlda r-eguln Wallaie, contralto, as "IJueenofsuiugglets " Louise Paulln, soprano, or McCall'a Opera Troupe, an "Vlolante," Oeorje 11. i;iiiiii, iciioi, ui 1110 ciia.oscu upera lompany, us "Furldue " Het.ry Mansfield, baritone, as "'llto " Itennle, ll.ernnedlaii, a"Slubb," Frank Pearson, of Washington, basso, as Mateo " in addition to lha abovo the asioclatlun will (elect an ele gant moms and tho National Itlllei Villi give on eaih eieulng an exhibition drill. .Vfl.llll.l'll i Hio ItUllk'LT. 'I'liey tell a f;ood story on Tom Uthilltref, whose rapid walk with his llamr hoad tosswl hacg iguielluies leads people who do not Lnorr f.ov frank able Imperfect eitorls. Multti ?n i multum. Art Is abuiid.ut and inlerlorwhltewaiheil wooil and bilck pas. for niaible, puerile burtooucrle. for humoi, aud ihyihuilcal spmui for poetry . Formality I. the pie willug defeet of urlitoerallc llleralutc. It Is apt tu be preehe and re.tilcte.1 A democratic literature run. the lUkot Lwlasaiidsi, luaeciiracy, and Irreveiente. From either extreme the Athenian and Florentine aiidl.lUabethaoclalrweiep(terTcdLylheaitlitlc Iniplratluii. of a lleilble tradition 'ihe one I. dlipiayeil iu Ihe to-called Augustan age of letters. In the r rati, e of Louis XIV. aud the F.inrlaiid of liieen Anue. when men of genius, cailug more for style Hun to ostabllih trulli, moio lo lapthale n.e taste thau to btir ti.o passions int IlOVMl With i cllpiwl wing. In acharmed ilrclo of thought The other is most eouikleuouily Uevelope.1 In AuierK-a- a I louutry which I.not unly Ueinoiratlc, but vouthful wliboutthomodaiiy of youth, uumcllaued by the ... A.t.l -....-.- . '. - ....... . . - ... rai uriu Illl'itlllllUCtUU M aUlUuriir, nllCrti Ilio H'lilt of adventure Is uuriitralueil ly feeling, of iietwiiial loyaltyi where order aud regularity of all kind, are apt to be inliuainod lulijcrlkuie: where vehemence, wit, aud vigor aro common good taste, profundity, aud Imagination rare a country w how unlauieel material Impart. II. lauieleMiiew tu the lople and diverts them front tho tattoof clvlllia. llou lo the desire of eouquvbt Wo .peak of their average mind and aierago literature, which rellert. Hie glitter aud rush of Ilroadway, or the lin pctuoklty of frontier life, for Hi. more relleeled inliidt among I hem aim after a higher .utid.rd. ir. tan i.ftercifuri, Iji Jshn ffUfcl J.' I'll Illnio Jlii.euii), A Llv atliactlve hIiow will be given during Ibe coming week at the New DlmoMubeum. mrpaialng any vetolfered. How tucli uu admirable eutertalumeuteau beglit-n fur u .mail a price we mutt irJu.lt pu leant i nil nnd quite ic.pci table audltti t. lanelyi'tupoiedof nJln ni.1 (Llldn-o, ar nightly III udaiice Among the featuie. thl. t -tk are the cime 'y und mu h al .ompauycf tho l-ieubri." th" 1--P U-ii'ig r . Ihiiuf-t pi J igr, 1 ' lie i- srll. r.c I', tl i .hiuiplou 6k r. r ti Jo, u'eff ev r!d ibil J -". pantomli-ilsts. I."ial v ib-rg 'ill 1 tbi ff ii-ali livyou"i( -ii.' ,ind I- b-u not I' iM to yt: it utrarbuig ' 1' k, iifan I of in- Panic i Iny.jl y I'l-rfrm-au-es every a'linou aud nlgbt i.i .n uif ie(jiiiur iiirriiiiKiM 1 uiiiiiiuia i.nnae 1 m,,.,,!,, .,.. ..... .., . , lernn I tno.lersey l.llv." will ba tiroilucAl wllh rich suni- Nn l(, llmrili eienlnglasl, a roinmlitee was op- ... '",""' V??T"''.," "" ,,,p ul"l,lulas ' lostiimesaiid elaborate nriHiliiliiisntB. wotk iKiintedtoinakeatratigeinentstnronootllielr "nld- """.".!"' .,m'",!ll their trainer, show . .. . . ... o lake I time" reunion, tube glien seine time lu Miv. , "."'.' "iwieiy uiai 1 nay itiieim enietlugtherncesur the ' ne rtjiono I'liili Will give a lionular con- ' !...,.. c....., .. u ,. ,. .., ,, "?,"'V'l mt at the Cong.eg.llonil Chinch next Krl.l.v even. 1 i'ii'iiici 1.1, am ii. ..-iiir, I t, in iieailill A'"a .'u iiic i uniiii.iuinuip iur llilir-OAieu creWM. l., . .. ,. i . ... Vnn- i.u.iw.1 ..i i ii.,i i 1 11 ,.r r,d.i 11 i.,m.i 1.'... I It Is morettiAuiiroitiiiliitiiit iiuiv win uiAAiner ti.aii- lng. maiy nnyihlng tn pr.ilss of the hlitliMjtidlim i. ;-.... .;. ... -. .... .. . - " . i. .... .. .. ..-...... i. ... .i .."... .. - i"iv, ....w.v.vi ,i,v,i,..i iiiiiir. iu ue luiiueni i.uir- aiarv .mil i.ino. ii. Hit, ..., .. ,i. .. n . ' " OUT-UOOR SPORTS. AininflpN. The all absolving topic of lyinvHSillon I aifionu the boitlng iple ot (Id illy tpi-n,i is w.V ii .0 "f ViV , omoT" ,: l!JiKS. ' ' of AtiadA, 1 bamplon of Iba wi.ild iliaiieiient ImtiesFlnii I Itisl 111 Kennedy llanlon will Ami til most ilsneefmi anlsonl't. Kenneily Ins alritidy mer Hsnlnnm two 1 into rare toon s. Kenneity was born In Portland, .Me., -March, mi, and when In eondlllon weigh issiwutids He reef ived a gnml ediicailnnand for a number of yesrs followM Ibe Jewelers- trade, tint lll-heallh pompelieAl blm In give il up and take to rowing as an exercise lie first appealed a a prolesslonal in a race against .toim Vrailer, nf Pmtland, for 100, dltviee nre miles lfennesly winning easllr. He next defesIM ll'lion. Hell, of I'AillAnd, fnrJIOO. lie then was mstrbnl against titl-eoll, of lv,ell, being the first man of hole In .vi'iMIc circle ho had 10 face, Kenneily winning rery easily. Ills next tare was for the enen-wnlbMV maich for ieldenl nf IheSiatoof Maine, which Kennedy won Ho then appealed al Ilia rnpniler' rice held mi sliver lata, and Milfeipil hern til firt delejl, mining In serond tn Plslsted, sod detailing Piemb .lohiisnn, llniuer, anniheis. nn duly 1, 1M,ln an npen raraatllrork ll, I'ntirlo, Kennoty flnlslieil third In llstdon and Plil-ted, ilefeailng lllwy, Ton pyrk, l.uuilier, Xlp Ken, an I Klllotl, In August ho rone, I a milch Willi .lames 11 litter, nnd was defeated by turning tho wronglmov Hi Peptemberof thesime year, at the regalia al Sturgeon Point, he finished second in ri.h Moirls, and ahead of llosmer, Itllay, PIiisikI, and others In lnne, 1S70, i.eoige N I ee, who bad prevloiiMy won the amateur championship, linden match wllh Kennedy at (Hcenwond r ake for (1, 000, Kennedy wlniilnr Iv tour lengtln Ith liuis as male, he won the double-sculling cbiniplonshlp at lloton mi duly 4 won the sculling ra.e at Pittsburg Augusts, but on August a wis forced tn finish behind tiller at tho aime pli e, but defeallng l,ce, l'ti1tp,l, and I ayhcrger. August Is, at regatta at Usrrle, Ontario, when llanlon and Idler rowed thelrdead lieal, Kennedy xraa soilosoup that many tliniigbt nil thtce crowed the line together, but tbojudgodecldeil against blm '1 lieu- wero eleven oilier tariera In this race. Prom August ' to Septcmler, no, Kenntly deioieil his time tocoidilug crews, most of It being wllh the fasl crew of the Potomics, of Ibl cll. whoat P.lcbiiiond lowed their mile and a hair Ins , On September 3a, wllh Ten Kyek as mate, ma le Hie fnstet lime on record for thtee miles, ijo mlnule. idefeillng alive and lUvl and l.ee and llaiidiur Hinlniiai.d ltns 1U.11I Ibis Hire Is'iiol aihalleiigetoinn any tun men In Hie world, double sculK. Kennedy and llivls Immediately accepted, but Ibe former pill derllned. In .lime, mi, with llnssas mate, Kenneily won the double sculls hi Slr.iwb.'i rv lllll, and sinio day ncled astroVeirn winning four, rouUlng ot Hos, Hills, ami PUIsted August SO, 1SS3, be challenged Courtney, whinleclliieil, nnd on September 11, at MarinapiKik l,.ike, ho defeated James II. ltlley In a Ihrue-mlle rarvslnsa W, being his list regular engagement. Ilewlll now tile emv care ot himself, nnd will nu May ' gli tho chimplnn.i rite f rum start tn finish, niiiilnboit hlui llauliin has gut tn show some 1111 paulleled sculling. Tim Carroll Institute llowlnir Association .... i'o inici vi iiiieic-iiiiK rjrraeiriy in ine 'bring. Ibe nre. still coiisldeilng the queil Ion of biilMitigasuiallclub.honse. ' Ulll nllj .1 Iiii.iI,ii nl li-..al... .. ..ia. . I eight, and If they do there Is going tube some till ier miring nu ine rasiaie next August. Iliel.i- sou tunjhl the Northern crows ut Pbllsdelphla by the Lohimblis has been a flea In the ear or them all, and the .Metioidltan. of .Van York, esneplaliruiriimt they Intend lining their levnuge with Interest the 1111 (ipporiiiini). ine loiuiubia. with Kills Ward, will undoubtedly go to the start In the very best pos sible condition, and will make ,1 hot race for Ilio craik Centennials, Hlllsdiles, and Mutual', wlioalo expectod to be 011 hand The issue of the New Match 3 contains ati excellent orl: .Syirfsni ui of IKirtraltof McKlnnev 1! of bis ronlug career or tills ell V. with asburr sketch nr bu mrclncr r.uM, It also has a Picture of Kennedy seated In a shell wait ing for the word to start. Ihe l'otomacs lielil an important meeting 1 011 Wednesday cvenlug last at their cluh-rooni. In the Corcoran UulUlng a number or amendments tu the constitution wcieoifercd, aud, ns they nerenf sue Ii a nature as tn require a thorough Investigation, thoy were termed tun committee, consisting or dudge Waideu. as chairman, and Messrs. Cox aud .Mayne, to consider and icport. Photographs of recent win ning crews were ordered for tho cbih-houe. The an- I plications of thlrty.slx new members were favorably 1 considered, making a total of eighty that li.no been I added to the organlntlan within the past three incut bs. The ColuuiMa expect great things tr.,,., ' their champkin sculler, Andy smith, tbecouilug tea- 1 son. Ills success or lad season points to grcatei oues the coming yen i-liarl-v Vm1ii l.nn i.i.. ., .1,,. 1,1 ...... -V-.L ,""... -"-f:'." "I'lutiuMiu lieromliiKaMnKlesmthr ind biscncelaJ 1:U uiJer tiui ituautcK iur u uuai. Hooil. of the AualoatMtid, will be one of the crew that will represent tlw club on the river this seifrou. DM. 9 Is IjuIU compK-tly enough to Iiok first- cU-soar.uiaii The Aualostatu will he ereatlv htnefiled 1 l.y iLccontcnpUU'il li.ij lo.unim.t oftUa liver fiutit, ior ...ciriiGustiwiii udii.'iitou the u Ije ur tbe front. AUllae, a new member ol the Potomac Club. 1.11 nun the cli Miiploiislilp of tlm Kill von Kntl Mr single scnllers Un lNo pa?t H.rCd ers. He i a Ue cltljt, acquUlttou. The last meeting of the Aiialodtan Club waj Urcely nttemle'J h the uieml.e!8,li hehiKlhe occjIoh of the an mi ..1 election of otfeers for the unu Ingjear. Notice was given as under the cuiistltu tlun of the Huh It U nectsarT to ,lo so that at tho UHCtluzlu April mm an atlemnt would be inadn m change tho ruloof the club lu relation to the lultla- tiou fee This Is Intended bv tlm Minnnrinn nr u, measure to be the uieansorgettlngliitu Ihe chili many and a shilling a "bob." Hut hociiinot bo too rati deli ible and anibltlous youug gciiilemen who ate ! tlnmasto slang, and should be sine It Is not "cad aiixloui to become oarsmen, similar to ihnwnvr.nr. ' dlih " before house? It. 'I ho sav lugs of all of Snlll- suwl bv the two oilier organl:atlous of thoUUtilct. Several new members wero elected Tl.e cholco of oniceisror issi was as follows- President, Mr. John W. Corson; Vice President, Mi. William A Mc Uenney, C'orre'pondlng Secrttary, I'ol. V. w. I Flowers, ltecordlng beciotary, .Mr II. ltand.il! I Webb' rteasurer. Mr. Samuel Mad lov r?jiimin. . I lr. Klchard Palro; First l.leiitenuii, Mr. Harry .vicliu.ney becond Lieutenant. Jlr. William Huff. Most of the above omcers wets all re. lected Huso Hall. I'"'??"l'e. .'. 'WV engaged by tl.e eight league clubs for tho Sdaso'u ot 13:3- aVmfous. Pitiheie, Whitney. lliifllnlon,andHad fold; talchers. liiown, llark'ett, and lllnej; base ' piurers. viornii, iiurdocg, nml Suttcn: short stop, Wise: fleldeis, Horuuiig, InidforJ, und Hlne I I'ufil.g. Pliihers. Derby, Foley, aud Ualvln: I caicbers, Howe und Kennedy; I. no players, 1 Itroiitber. ltlchardson. and Whlre: sbortston. v,.r. . fielders, O'ltourle, Foley, and Shafer C.'.lfiifio.. Pitchers, f'nicoran m. 1 Gr,lJniHli catchers, Flint and btocl well- base .layers, Anson, Hums, and Williamson- sliorr stop, PfelTer flel.lcrs, Dalivmplo, (lore, and Kellv rintlnutlii. Pitchers, IfcCormacl, Hralley, and Daljs catcher. ilu,i,ong, Hiiody, and liroiigntou baveplsyera, Phillips, Dunlap, aud Muldciou: short stop, OIascock- fielders. Yorl, llotallng, and Pvans. Dstrotti. Pitchers, Weidmau and Hums; citrh ers, llennett and Trott. base plavers, Powell, finest, and Furrell. short slop Honcl fielders, Wood, llcn lou, and Tom .Mar.sell. .Vein I'.irAj. Pitchers, Ward, O'N'ell.and Welch: catchers, Kwlng, Clafip, Dorgan, and Iluinphrlcs biso lliyers, Connors, Troy, nnd llanklnion: short stop, Cakln: fielders, Gillespie, Chipp, and Dorgan. PhluJcljhtut. Pitchers, tfnegle, IIeuderou,!ind Coleman- catchers. Gross and Itlngo, baso players, Uoberts, Ferguson, and flaunt; short stop, McClellan fielders, Furrell, Lewi, and Manning i'rui.fJtnctT. Pitchers.Milrbuinnd.liadbourn, nnd Smith: catchers, fiava. Olllliran.Piilir.er.an I itniiin- and ftop,.Vw.r,rr,i;aAon,'?ni'cl,K.d;,';;r, stop, irnln tlelileri, nines, t arioll.aiKl Cd. Tin. lYillntrin mm., trill u.i. n nn iouowinz mne.s will embrace the A . erlran AsbOel.llon learn, for ho coming season dressed cabman, counter-jumper or -i cuudiclor in 'iM'ni'"-Su,.l.e,r; C,! ..""v''.-- M"e' ?' "", ,rue" tuct" ,,1"' u' ,Ml imi't l.o i.. ..e'r i. .."'. ""-'i "" lalmet- '" hrandy and 30,U, which ho must call II nnd b ." v-nini.1. ,.nCua'Ji '' r,f" i?'.n,'",f' ,r'.f': wlthiund his tobacco. "Cavendish," or "blrd'a-eje " JlrCiillJi, , ' , heeler, and McCoimlckass.ibs. WM.ky he must call "spirits," and ihould he In- ib.J'.,'ft" ".'!' P,ii "'' U'g;,''- t-""111"' "''". '"'" "eve- fali to fill up Ms tumbler inini.? i flt',rb",1"(,';l"K'.-iy.''' "-& to the top with water vi', ' . '',rl:', 1fi";.r-f-: Y0,,r' r''" wlthSullI- As for his dress, well, an Vngilsh lalior-an.l there van, l.eary and Maslreyas aub, aro loads of them In Ameilca-wlll help ,,n out of in -miS 'i. r"J ?',?' ''V, ,),s,eif',c ' Cumralnl cy. tliatdiulculty. If he gels hlj clothes made by Pool, J'V.ai. i ? ." r ?.?' -f ";'','t,n' J' : A' " ' h,"r nny 5'01""1 Americans do, he will have no iin,?.Li..;M3 l"?!1, ' ' '' nMuu "' wllh I lro..ble: that Is, If Pool leally mates them, which Is u.lllV,?..I,a,.a,,',. . .. . ., ,- ' '"'"''7aV " " w lih bis foreign .uilouier.l have ..ri ri.P in iV'i'l'"' '' ; elP''r. J1 I P- I heeu told, one or twothlngs. however, ho bhould terbrook, lb.; Isrady, Cb.,Caslfn, u ; Nelson, . crjstallUe In his brain; never tu wen oilier than a fmifVan ,.T.i. r .,tl".n' '" '' llMe"' r f . ' high silk hat with a frock coat, or a luiv-crowned hat wlth.tMneaii.lhecfeasiiil... . wllh a ailet.isacVj 'lo reu-isetbi.nim will rim. Mi.tiw.- Jiatiiiews, p. itowau, -. : Stoiey, lb.; T.i.i.'o' ,. ", lllMkliroti, db ; Mouchan, .; J'Ir.i. .' i Vu' I '" "y'i p ' ' K",h,i rf, with loreaiidO'lltlen assiib Mirnh'imjH Nolan, , Hayes, c ; oieibeck, ii iieainer, ,i. luttln. fj. I'.ieri, s.s ,11. .Man-ell I.f. iikkersun, .- f ; v artsnouil, r.r. wlihTayloi, Drls.oll, and .McLaughlin as ubs asiibs. n-iiiiuioTt. rox, p neli) Laikln, Hi. ; MrCorulil, ib I f.; Fggler, e- f HuVer, r f Dlvrras subs e. steams, lb. say, s t . rilutoii, wllh llainle and fi.fuw.6iis Valentine, p , Kcintnlcr, c: ,1 I. Huiltli. lb. Kuebue, .'b C f-mlib .q. Itlch inorid, s. llrunn, I.f. Mountain, c f Straub, r.f . wlthPt.llllpjassub ' The prospect of the National holding lis own against the teams from other rlilcs depends en tirely upon Ibe staying ability of Ihelr pltchei Wie Is one of the most promising young plaier of "the country, but It Is a question whether he tan stand piiutihmeut from the big hltteis of the profestlonal team Hint wlllvliltthlj.lty What Hie eluli needi moil uf all Is to lecnie a good change plirhei , one that has had experience and has fared the .Hong batters of Ibis country Gould Isa good man und a good pitcher. but lacks the i-iperiewe ueres.ary for blm In have 1 .V'cViu.V.V?"V"'J"1:Mr:r1,,'. ;''' I"?1 a i hatu e for game, eaillor lu lite beasnn than n,r.M bltualrd further North, and Ihe manager, ami illiec- tor.,ftheblg.liibiaiealwav..le.lrou.ofe..i.,J, roniMi, befoTe the loth of April, when the r.iuUr maei.u ut. In. Therefuie the i liam e ate that before that date Iherlub.i.f Cluiluuatl, New York, proil ilenre, and Phlladelphl i will getday.for ibute.ia In thl. illy The newgtouiids will be put lu luudltlou Ufuie It I lime for playing, and will be a model wlni, fiuUbad. 'Ihe whole will bo iolld down to a .moiilli a auifare as possible, while an eiteuslve grand .land, i apable of seating many thousands, mu be erected for tberorufoit of thepatroua For con venience the ground, will be equal to any in the rlty. being accessible by the Ninth, Seieath, and Fourteenth-street line, of ran, Ihe former pisilug aioug nda the entire front Lliapmau lias heeli aeciirod as manager for the Detroit team for tl.lt season Jack Is one of the most popular men among the ball-playing fraternit? . - L- " Cupltnl City (Inn flu I,, Till) annual meetlnirof this nonulnr . lui, forth.o.VlonofSrLVioP.T?.I,i. el Ihe pre.ldent. Thomas I.-Vin.;. on P. ;;,". V Wedtiemlayeve-ulug. T he officer, elected for tho en. suing year were President. W. W. l.Idrldgo; Vice PreiUeul, K. P fiowlilch: becrelary, I, I . Ho. fordi Treasurer, John M. Young: Director, P. II. Farmwoith. Ihjuewed ltiteret may be expected lu the weekly saturdar afternoon matchea thia .uinmAr astbe club ha. voted to adopt the clay pigeon. i,i. i. ..n i. ..i.iT....:.... ""-.:. r. ".:' ".""'. .:.n.:T.AV."''?'""r."."Vru,Kt Uf Itlrf rli:llK itf fl.lj imtnlrv nn.l l,n.li..l A ..!...- ant feature of the mating was the prewitatlon to tlio club by Mr. i:dr.a I 1 . Mills of a l.lgowikl clay pigeon trap, wllbauouer to furnish Hie clay pigeon. f..P n ,.,(,. .,...nu...n.u ... .ot. .... ..... .I.. . . ... . .. . heelaypiBouu, in 1 . Vliu 1K v tiT-i '. I ,i,i .'? .v. h vvu,,,iiiiiiiwii J 1U.IVU on tue uu shoot of the ncasi.n. the flr.t iaturdar preaeut nnd Invitation were ai cepted hy tbi i mii,i ou behalf . f th ,hib rsnclrto l'raiiculac lllcnrnUuiicu. At thola-t iae"tlug'f tliH 'ltaitaUo or gam iilon It v.,.1 iie-lded to glie a llfnry and in-sl tal euteitaiuuieutab- ut Ihe eodof April. Ml.. M It, Jackion was fle-t-d dela'ate aud Ml s I ( b "r alternate to tb. Aitoclated ctiarltle.. ,,i .i.. i. i ;...; K-Ti, '...T,'. ;.,..;. ..i... ',::"' "."., """ " i Aiigioiiuuua mint hue them, , TliH letrnlni- uk-1 tiir.uilii .,f d,u vi... D'Fsr. HltOl'lIKKH. NMRMMMMIM AMUSEMENTS. Miilainn I'aiiny .lanauicliok, n Artieax of world wide tepnttlon and mHiueHlmie. merit, will apsr al the NMIIonal 'llieairn this yfetk In arnntul "II-tki... .l.tMMs M ., Mippoiie,! by a pare fnllf leileil illainslli rnmpAUy, and Hie i-sifoiifMnie wl.l ba siti h a in ponnnend llrsin-elve in all psIMfi of letlllmsln dra loalb nt The fettoif 1 one of sperlsl Inlor e. ionlslln uf "Msrla Anlolnetle, " "Mother and 011, ' and ' ' liteiV Houw ' 'oarh unce, and" Mary 1111111 ami "Hlih, the llebiew Mother, " each fislce Hi lat-inmeil,tewlli romance 11 megrim trate.llenna'a lslet Success, and Is aild tn ba a play of rate wer and Intensity. To show tha material nf which Hie company Hrompoed we append lbs past of "plaak House. " whlfh will l-a given Thursday eienln I.a.lf IIAdlocV j llorlen'e, 1st Piench Maid t insoeclnr liurVel Kir I elrester IiMlil( Mi. Inlklncliorn . .laiiauscheK A. II. Slnart ..tlllea Shlno ..Prrst. lllffhl .sir. uouncaweu ..Og.len Stovons Hob Maldes I.onls llrosn Mi Minimi riuppr miry nM,v Poweis (I. it. Clnplln Hermit M . P. IHrty P001 1 ,..MIs Ann Locke Paler Miss Virginia llrooks Mrs. Ilniincewell Miss llenrlella Irving The " Double Mammoth Meal Uncle Tom's Cabin company " should be something out of tho common, as Is lit for any attempt to mouse public In tetrst In Mrs, atone' well-wnrn drama. Wo aro assured Hut Anthony A. Pllls's "UncleToni" does not hello lis big name, that It Is reilly almost a new leisbinoflhenld slory, and that It will he brought out with unique epocliltlps and wonderful scenic id feils I ho girdeiiscciio.it St. Clair's Is said to be one. nr tho must lies 11 1 1 Till ever Id iced on tho slagu In tbo hick ground a fall of real walcr comos diblug down In HiRinnn realistic manner possible, nnd this la spinned by a runic bridge. Hardly less striking nio tliosccnesot ifiirca cscjpeorer Hie lco ami of lire on the plantation. The Memphis University stu dents tender their quaint melodies with raro beauty and power, and their Instrumental solos and selections uchlete (lie inu-tt extraotdlnsty suet es wheievcr they appeu. It should be Louie In mind that Ibis letslon Introduces the famous bar-loom scene nnd new and eltcrtlie tableaux, and Is rendered by a enefully se leuelioinpati). At tiieroniliislun of Us tour In this (ounliv ttie lioiipegoesln Pnglind, Stolland, lie 1 mil, and Wales, 10 renew their tilutnphi on theotber lde uf Hi mean. All who want tn Hugh should aeo the two 7iay, ullh ihelr Pharlsleilitlc songs dance, and tnuln ulos,and d.irJU tho lawyer, with Ids rematkable donkey. Ilia child actres, whuplm fill, charms eierybudy, and the entire cast Is with, nut blemish. The sqiec-lal stars of Hih inliistiel wotbl, "the only l.eou" and Ibe lulinlUub Prunk Cush. 111111, baio Joined forroi, and Willi a lining tiinnoil- Ing compmy, which Ihelr long expeilenco Ins enablei! them Insecure, will appoir here shortly In an entire ' new uiii, wuu many nniei teaturos, llolh In lulrlli . . . . ... . ...--.- - ami inuip tins nlgatilritlou Ispliluied In be alio id of anv tint hive preieded II this a 11,111. l.eim'a latest and greatest musical satire. 't.atiBlrvi or. Hen lint. of Ibis nrganlMtlou would be Biiperiliious, 11ml the meruiiniioumvuieiit that ticket can be hid uf nny of Iheaitlie membeisof Ihe rluli and at nils' music morn nun ino iniomiaiiou the public needs. Mi. Nellie II. Mri.'arteeand Mr. F. M. Peirsonwlll sing solos, and Mr I P. Lawreuco will Ipteslde ill the Olgllll. Duller news coulil not come than that MadamoChtlitlue Nllssou will appear bete 011 the 29th Instant In a conceit, assisted by Del Pucnte, Miss Hope Olann, and ntlier nrst-class nrtPts. 'In jyibat Washlngtonlans havo been longing to boar ,M5 al" nld bo to put It mildly. Mr. Abbey . oi,.j i.uiiuiiii; iiciu, 11111 no a ueier so iicicome 3 be will be when ba bilngs us Nllssou, ANGLOMANIA. .SoiueAiltlci! lo lis American VlcllniN. An Atnorican who whlie3 tn pass lor an Pngllsbinan, before other people than his own coun trymen, must carefully ohsetvo tho following rules: llo unit call bis father the "guv'noi,", be ahould never be sick, but "111:" ho should call coal "coilsi" ii pltchei .1 "Jug.' n sack mat a "Jacket;" pantaloons, "tionsers, " iiievei pants;) a vesta walstroal, " 1 1 louounted nescul , 1 an undei - mVs ..i.noV.','..' '",'!. ",u' '",'. ,a '.'.' "' emu a --ipisej , biistenuer, as a good whip," and a good H.lei as a good ' ' seat " lie inui never fall to in ike lha dlstlnp- Hon between riding and driving, and 1e111e111berlh.it uo ono In Pnglind. ever rides except on hnrsebai.k-. iiiineiorore speak of ibllne la finite snlTlclent. to , a.ld ''on hoisebiK ' Is MiutilliiiiiiM lonu Kimiuli , man. Iluinust never by uny possible chanco toreet tociillThvmes "leiiii.," Derby "liarby," llerl.o- 1 ley "Barkloy," lterllo "nutle," walu "vaise," i llolburn Hoiuirn," Mary lobono "Marrvbuu," Vall.Jlall "Pell-Jlell," Hertford "llnrfonl, " at. , l.eccr " SallliiKer, " SI. loliu , when used in per- Minlsiiame) "aiujeu, ' and Woolulch Wuollcii." llemustliot put A stresson the ihe lu Manchester or Winchester; ho must know all tlio grides of no- ( blllty, from a iluKoilonu tna biron, ami never emu- . mil the ejdCKluiu erroi of cillh.ic a baronet or u I Uilclit either a nohlein in or a lord When ho tales a l.illi he must have a "lull." I.o must keep lo the leftwhcuhe drlios, rioii llmugh lie lliflluires the , law of the ioadltililiiiwiirountiy,auii inustilolnhU stirrups when. In rUltiiv, he trots. He must bo fumllUr ! wllh all the trrlinlrilllloj.111,1 vrnlUleiit In the lingo ut I huiitlug, elioilllii,'. tunlnc, otlckel, ami liun-leiuils, as It Is done In 1 nglaud. If ,i linns; is aiuuslngor I a"'l " ho finds a man agree ilile his limit of pralso I iniiiL-rtiifin iiuriii, ue iuiisi.ay it is " railier luti, i must never eiceod "a decent sort of chap" or nor. ) half a bid fellow. " llomust (all il Hound a "aubl ' anand Hubert's operas aro safe enough, but tlicio aro many winch como out In questionable comic songs, at ino sscoud-rato theatre and muslr lulls, tint no gentleman is eier hi-aid to make use or. ! etching" Isa word tint shoill 1 never bo given ulleianoo lo tu the heirlng of ladles A railroad should alr.ajs lie a "r.ill.va" In Pngund, nml tho Anglouaiiliic must not omit tn c ill It so. Ue must also speak of the cars us Hie ' train, ' n baggage car asa "luggage van, ' n freight ti tin as a "goods uiiiii, uu.i iiiuii iieieraiiiuio ion station as a iiepot. i He must cull thetr.nl. the " lino, " uud Ihe rails tho I ohltelldeValmuUllldu?;;; as tho ' guard, " the ticket oillcons the "booking" oltlcc,and of a hone-car ns a "tram." Hemiist never ui auorie-carnsn "tram. - tie must never but always "angry, 1101 i-hould he rorget name of the poet Co.vpcr is pronounced get maJ, inn ti.o name of the poet Co.vpcr is pronounced -i.ijoper. uiai .11 iguanme college, uxrord, Is called "Mawdlln, " Cains College. Cambridge, "Keys," and that the propel pronunciation of Olv nils Is "Olaymes. ' When ho goes to tho opera or ihe.itre the orchestra , seals must bo dcslginted as the " stalls,' the ilre I clrcl3 as the "boxes." aud the psrquette a the "pit." Pur "guess' lie limn 11-e "fanij 'and I "Imagine," mid aimllously shrlnl- fiom mcli ex- I'lisiiuuau --ipiuo.i wi.ne, ' "reainico, ' "Kle whisker,-' "Htlnttu-'- .Hid " why, leltalnly. " Ho must be suiu to leavoout " w Ine, ' ' wheuhespeak-s of ptirtorsheriy.itnd should ho wish for Ire cream, ho must ask for "an Ire. " If he Is lu good health, he must be "fit." If ill, seedy," It over tired, "InocVeil up." If a peron has good ta,te, ami t, well-bred, nrn thing Is done lu accordance with the nilesof good breeding 01 good taste, both are ' ' good rorm" If theieverse. "bid form." Should ho find himself In iliniculty, he must be "up aires," and everything troublesome and disagreeable Is "hard Hues." Ho must call lunch "luncheon," nnd the pailoriho "drawing-room," an 1 must drop no A except when It comes arter w. 111 such words as "which. ' "when," "whore," "what," "whether." "vjl.lfn. "-iit.1 1 ii-Hii.l.,- .i i r ,!.... .1.1 alsocJrefully aioll bomiJIiii! hlsiiuair a. siinni.iii.i 'n ;,. never bo seen east of liegcnt stiett. llo must tuuieiu 1 uuriiiu, ne 1.11131 reepunay irom tbo neigh i "e'i "r auj pojfime cnance, v,neu speak ug, siuud , iuinm-. .ii, win . nn. i. i.. ....'...,, i him ut once. Let blm not Imagine- that the posses- i sioii of a "crutch" slick will nld him In Ida eudoav- ors to expaiilito himself. Tho article In question I wasull the lageln London fomo yearjnyo, but It I as i lung gone nut of rahloii lone. In fact, tnai ii, carrying of one bv a Loudon .neli wnni.i i,nimr..i 1 eiuhalent toantitarlnelii ro-toiitri-.uiiiiiti.i. ..,.,. . oversblrt'COlUr. I.uiili, be luuat Hour Weal i.libcr I square-toed boots or ii ful-i halu. In short, let him note the dussof the l.ugllsli geiithmen v.hu il.lt ' America oe-ry year, an 1 pay nu bird to the gigantic .iu,.i uiu, iii.iiiiiiiiiu cnech. uispii).ii ny waiiiicring actors and cummeichl traveler. One always will be lu simple good tasle the other, vulgar and loud. One will represent St. James street and Pall Mall, n, other, Cheapslde and the Strand ... ,. .. .. ... u ... iw .,,, at. ,,., 1 1, rues. it win fi iicicssj.j iu ucar in muiii inn! men-servants In an l.iijlllili house ure either iwhat Is termuli "In liv er) "or "outoflivtiy " Of liiMlnor strvauts.the butler Is out el llrci). that Is to say, he ulway drcnes lu plain rlell.es, and Is never seen tn a diess (oat tniillunci time. Hut footmen iiiuitweai lliety. Of nut-of.doorseiv.ints, only cuaihmen and grooms are In lively, gardeners ueier. A for tho llltiltj themselves, it is a Hellish matter lo .leal within a republic. I should lancy. They are at best but a badge in servitude, ami uny attempt at Ham I 1011- l'ter quite beneath ihetruedlgnliyof an i American ,,. .nioii. ciini i. .ue Aiigiuiuaiiiao mint n lie them tbiinplit -iiit. I .nu .uu. iiaie .lueuibuueui. in. iiien-beriant.' uat, ! fernu PuglUhmau who know aujlhlng, and whose ! '"' ."i'V.' "'""ri'., '"'.' u",..".,.""r' """'"; I !."', iii7T.Vi -'"if,'....,' '. f. ""' I il'ilf;.. in .Irifoiniuf ''," TlioCiilllnrlllil Wlicut lilnif. i .-.., ii i i Ai . n ... , . Of lir. Hugh J (ilenn, of California, the i-llnillle wheat runnel whu was ncently .hot, Ihe i ban FianclHu HulUttn says " Dr. Gleuii was one ot.lh remaikahle men uf the age rducatedasa ' r.liialritmi ii it i r. uv i.ai tA.la-.uux i.m.l -. I. . .... ,.... holderi and lu a few veira he became Ibo largist farmer r.u the globe, uud the only wheat grower lu Auicilcawhoeh.rtereil hlsnwu .hips aud sold by tele graph hi. own grain lu Furope, dlipeuslug wllh mid- ujaivmii) iiiic.priisn vicni miuu mill l lailU uie men euiuciy, in. payiueiii.ioriaiiorauii .uppne. on hi. great rauihhaiereacheil u. high a. tcou.ooo luablogle joar In addition to Hill be owned n 70,. boo-acio ranch In Oregon, .locked wllh 30 ooo bead of cattle, neither land or cattle ot which he had ever eon Ho also owned a laige cattle range lu Nevada, He vva a man naturally glveu to large and bold opor- allom. llo never lost hl balance Loise. neier . '."'" ."w great prolll. elated him... Last "I",u ' ' " ,.'.i'u .,00c r'i . OOOirep vva.destroyed lu two bouri but Mrs. Ulenu .aldherluisbaud slept sounder that nlgbl than sho had known hltu to bleep fur months. Phyilcaliy, Dr. Glenn wa. an almost perfect man, Therowa. not a weak .put In hi. round, well-knit body aud broad .boulder.. Ho cuulJ ride a mule eighteen hour, a day without fatigue, and has olieu done It when per- eouauy .uiieriuteuuuig ui. ranci.es long uistaucea aiatt. Dr. Gleuu wa. an Indulgent father, audi theiowai never auithlng too good for hi. family. lie was n jwpular luau lu hi. own neighborhood, WiB La rati for Uouriior hi received every vote Tt I Jacinto except three. HI. untimely death I. a terrl. bio bo' LP. Ids many friend, all over tho Hiate " .viiuui iui ... jarue uu eiiip.ujreri i. iiigu praise. uTiipuuciiuArt Trca.uri'u. Auftiomr Dowllnp yill on Wednesday, Thursdry, r d 1 tljay l'xt at hi. ink-room., He-.rutli"t t anil J euirylvanlami'iiue.at 11 A M. aud a I' .I cai-Uday, r II without reserveu valuable c ilhrlloa of Japanese art ttca-urej.couipililug many uairelously beautiful good. A caietul perusal of liLadvertLeuieutou tli'ipage will bo found profitable. DK MORNY'S WIFE HUNT. Tlio lllaalimtoil Voiniu llultfl'a Mfinrcti fur iiltlcli lltltlo. llriinawlok " wtltf from New oik In the Doston Unifllt as ft lion a Speculsllon Is tlfo as to Hie appearance nf the young DnVo do Moiny In till rlty. He csuio oTer vety quietly, and excepl for a piiagfaph in Hie piis no one would haroknosvn tiiat lie was hern. Nosieclsl to I being made over blm In encletv that I know or, and Ihougli there Is gemp at the club there Is not much said alwnt Mmm llieinilillr print. The real reason fur Hie yenng Duke's 1 presence bete Is known to a few. ileforo boeama of agatha young lliikodoMnrny ylsltM Hilscoiinlry I Inrhirgaof hlslutor, lie spent soma time In New Yoik, where hn saw a young lady, Ibe iliugblerof one of our liest-knowncltlretia, whom he thought lie ' would like tn marry. 1 do not know wliMher II waa aci'ootlnve nl lirst sight, or whether be knew of the woillli In Ibo fimlt) lfuwnver, liefore he liid even been Introduced to the vnung tidy, heermght 1 bar fslheraud told blm who lie was, and lint he. liid an Income of a cettilu niiMiniil, and lhal bo wouldllko tn mirry his iliughlei, and askoil Ilia 1 f.ither whit seltlcment bo wnnfd make In cae of ancli anovenl The father, like a good parent and true ' Ameilcan, would not llslnu to Ilio inung man' oveitures, as bo hid heaid even then of tho dlssnt.ite life he waaloidlngi Ho, however, told the rlieiun stancatn hi wife, wb.il a very nmblllous wotuin wllh a dcmncratlc craving for llllos, and who holds the largest bank account In the r.nnlly. She argued with her husband for nnine tlmo, but In no butpose. Then she found vmio means, nf meet ing tho HuVe and assnilng him Hut bo had her ym pitby, It not rouperillon, In the matter, lluiliigthla time lha daughter had hid tin Introduction tn the young mm, and of tourso had 110 memsof knowing whether sho should like blm If alio should know Ming but alio Inherits a good deal or her mother' ambition an, I lovoof title, and Ilio Ideaot being a duchess, even wllh such n duke, bad Its attractions for her. Hut Ibo father was not to bo moved, and In tho tnoau llmotliotutor.liavlng gotwlndflf what was going nn, wrotolotho folks at home, niultho Dukede Momy waslmtuedlitclyrccillcilfiom tho United Stales. The mother could not get the thought of such a marrlago out of her mind, nnd, without siting whit sho wanted to gn to I mopo for, she picked up her bags, and told herhiisbiud that sho was gnliirT to tale a tttp across Hie Alliutlc with her ilaiiKhtci, lie being a Utile smplrlnu, Irlcd tnpeisnado her not tn go, hut she Insisted that hor health and Ibelieillhof bei daughter ilemamled It, an she rait led her point! butthohiisuuid remained at home. What happened In Prance I do hit know, but I bile my suspicions Hut the mother renewed lici nnpialntunco wllh the. luiing duke, as she appealed quite radiant when she returned to New York, 1 11 tins luciu tlmo llul.u de.Muruy had lilsillsgiaceful amir with the unfoiluiiata llussliu actress, Mile l'eyghliie, whoso suicide torhlssike,eiy recently, wastbosensalloiiuf Ibo hour III Pails, nnd Ids extravagant habits !ud 11111 tbioiigh Ibo roitune Hut ho pimn lulu ptsiesslou nf when ho became of lure, Nnw bo Is penniless that Is, roniparatliely. He has smuclent money Tor Hie wauls of an ordinary man, perhaps, lint a uiero iinlblug for a duke uf bis taitesatltl habits. Ills.11rll.ll In Vnw York 1 lirntli' wcllunderatoo.1 In tmun that lui Is mom determined Himoicr tn mjiry this joung Aiuerlrm girl and her fortune. The f.uhei know perfectly well what the result ot such a maiiUgo would be, nnd bo has net bis face firmly against it Nuuuinuutnrcoixltic'uti the pittof Ihe mutherwlllliidiirehlui torliaugo his mind. he Isa weak rnthertlian vicious viomaii, and wuuld reilly ho illstrpeil to bring nbnut a fimllv hte.ii It. So the case stands tint about 11 It did wliou'thii Duke do. Mnruy tlr.st set his eyes upon the diughler uf thl wealthy house, Coutlnuil dtupplng weirs away a stone, It I said, and It tiny be that the mother nnd daughter, who covet the title rather than the man, hone tn llmlly accumpllsh their end. lint, for the sake id the happluos uf thlsvoiiiig gli I, weiau only hope lint tbesluiieln this rte will he hatdrr thiulbo una of the Proverb. ' I heard a lady say the other evening Hut she be, I lleved that Fuiope would bu tilled with titled Amer- caiiKiris iiuring ine licit leu 01rs. tint someut the oldest title lu Fngliiulaiiil Frame were lucked by SlllllPllllHI'- MpW Mllll llrlirllinl ill illill. lha least money, and lhal tho ejeaof theso Impecunl- nl""ll"'tj " Ullgllldl 111 llllll ous nobles weio now mined toward America, and , .. would bo followed soon by Ihelr footsteps. There alll'laVs umv uu sumo uiiqiy iiriiiiiiges ucuioeu American girls and foreign nobles, but 1 doubt whether In cases where It Is n decidedly u mailer of lui ter and siioiuere is inucu uami nesj. i unoiv or ouo Ainerl- , ran woman who nnrrled u Trench uiarnuls uf ver old family, who levies her wllh her chlldieu to look 1 utter tho estates while ho travels all mer Kuropo with I another A mot lean Inly m.iri led, by the way whoso I Income Is about three hundred thousand a vear. Ills wue knows tins, but sue aiys It does not bother her, for, In spite or anvllilug ho may do, tint sho Is tho Maiqulsu ilo , and her son Is tho Mariiils do , So, If there Is any sallrncllon tn be lml from thl, she has It. Hut 1 elioul I think, she paid lather deafly for tliewhlstlo. Hut In a later letter the siuie w liter sijs: 1 might have added apostscilpt to my list letter ! about tho Due do Momy and the vniiiii; American heiress, for on the very diy the loiter was written the seipiel to this little parlor lumeily was entcted. Ihe ' young lady towhom the duke, was pitlm? hi round about attentions whs not bri much Imeiested lu the Kiench nobleman and his titles as hei frlenda gvie her credit foi belnif. Uu 'Ihursday list bho walked out of her father's house ami uiiiirled avuiinr; man well known In New Vmk society, aaalutr tlio v.'lshes or biith hei pueuts, Ihe loan .ho uiarlied, iiiluor i snjs, she had been engaged tn some years befuio. but her father fotbndo him the house, and Ibe engagement was broken. '1 he attentions uf the, duke, uhkh weie agreeablo to the mother, piubably ' hurtled up the voung lady's decision, nnd Induced her lotakethe relub In her own hands and many Ihe nan of hen holca. Iloiv wise lliochnlco Is It Is not my business tu discuss, but uoclety Is discussing It pretly Ilioiuughly, and It seems tu be the opinion lb it btiu his dono neither wisely nor well. At any late, her elopement was i knock-ilnwii blou toherpu rents, and It lusbefti the ouo llltle excitement lu ibo fjldun ible vvoild for tha last few days. Ili'ilniit isiiiiicr anil (lie I.utiil lines. lln ii. Mr. Herbert djiencer aemls to the at. James's Gtlztttt ff.undon) tho following cnlninunliatlon. nr. plaiutury to his view 9 on Ihe ownership of Und "lliiiln my alisenro In America there .ippeared uttlclo entitled 'Mr llerbeit Spencer's Polltleil'ibn. ,.,b Ml . (.'.Mid o 11,1,1,1, (..Hlui i.iliuiii:i, IB3-I illl oiles.' Though, when It was pulntcd out to 1110 after my leturn, 1 felt prompted to sty something In expla nillou of my views, I should probably halo let tho matter puss Had I not found that elei hero such seri ous misapprehensions of them aio being diffused that rectification seems Imperative, llefuie commenting on tho statements of your lonriibutur, I must deiote 11 pitagriiph to certain more ict-citt statement, which have far less Justine iilou "In old days among the Fer.laii3 Ibe subuidliu tlonut subjects to lulu was si eviieuie that, eien when punished, the nubjerl ih.uiked tho niU-r for taking notice uf I1I1.1. Ith like liumlllty I nupposii that now, when afici I lino been piiblianing books fur u tlilnlof uientury ' the loading critical organ ' has recognized iu existence, I ought 10 feci tliaiil.rul, even though the lecognitloii draw forth nothing sale oiauie mu -iicu ciaueii .13 1 iiugnr uinernie noex- I I'eiled to feel Ii checked by two tacts. One Is that 1 lhe t'dinluruh Jlecttw has not its,elf dlscoiercil 1110, hut has bail 11 nttmitlnn ilr.iwn in Mi,l,t,rn.ijilnna . lutbeworl- of Mr. lleuiy Ueurge-i work v.hlcli I closed after a fen minutes on tlmllug how visionary I were Its Ideas. The other la Hint, thouvh there has t boeu thus made known tot be reviewer of a book nf mine , mltiepubllbhed lb Iny-twoy ears ago, which I have wlih diuwn fiomclriiil 1111,11 in Kugliiidauiiof whli Ii I have j Interdicted trausliUuiis, lie Isappireutly unconscious I that I have written other books, suudriof them polltl I cil, aad especially he seems not to know that the last j nf them ' Polltltal Iii'tltutlons, ' contains passages concerning the question he rilscusies. Writers lu , critical Journals which havo reputations tolo-e usually ! seek out the latest version ot an authors views, and the inoiecouscleiitioiiH among them tako the trouble toascertalu whether tho constiurtions they put nu de tached passages are wariautedor not by other pas . sages. Had the Edinburgh reviewer re-ad even the next chapter to tho one rrom which he quotes, he would have seen that, so far rromfittacklug the right ! or private property, us he represents, my aim Is to put I that right upon an unquestionable bisls, the basis alleged by l.ucle biiug unsatisfactory. Ho would have further seen that so far from giving auycouutc- nancetucomiuuiilstlc doctrines, I lino devoted four section, of that chapter to tho tefutatlou of them. Had lie dipped Into the litter pirtof the work, or hid hecou.ulieit the moie reicntly publiihed 'Study of Sociology' und 'Political lusttiutloni, ' ha would not have lecklesslycoupleduio with Mr tleoreeasuphold Ing 'theduclrlmeaof lominiiulsm, fatal allkutothe ! welfaie uf society and to the moral character of man, ' for he would have ilUcovcicd the rait f familiar to mauy, though unknown to bliui Hut mucli current 1 legtilalluii is regarded by mens communistic, und Is foi this re isou tundemucd us socially Injurious and I ludtilJually degrading. "'I he wrlterofthoartlcle In Ilia St. Jamtt' sGascttt does not represent the facts correctly when ho says that the v lew concerning uiv nershlp of laud In ' Social '"t ll,e "u"iimeoi lommuuisni, iut.il ani-u to the iwirsm nf MMi.n,i in n,n ir,r.i, i..., ,. . , for he would hive dl.eovcieH the re 1181.7 1 ar o '"". """' unknoivnti. l.Hui Hut much current leglilatluu is legarded by mens coinmunlsilc, und Is ," this reisou luudemued , is socially H,Jurlou3 and lu.miJually degrading. , "'lhewrlterofthoartlclelnlli3iV.ra'6'n,ef(e ' does not represent the facts correctly when he says Ihattlievlewconceruli.guiviiershlpuf landln 'Social i Statics' Is again oxpounded In 'Political Inslltn- tlo.w '-'not .o fully, but with as much conlldonee ' ever.' In this last work I have said that, though linlu.UUll.in hasthus far tended tolndlvldualliopos- , -''' """'. "hlle lndlvMuallzIng all other pos- M"'"". tt naytithulteJ whether the final stage Is ' ' Heient reached. ' Further on I have said that 'at astigoHIII moreadtauced, f may hi that private ownersblnof land will. lUannear-.' and that li .., Wf' that the primitive ownership of Uud! by the ruminmilly . . . win he levlved.' Al"' Jt again I halo said that ptrhaiis the , tight uf Ibe louiiniinlty tu the land, thus 1 tacitly assorted, will lu time to romo bnuveitlv a. l seited.' Nuw It aeemaio nm that ttid unr.i i ham! ltallciseilliuoIviiuiire.il 'i-uundiiiiiH. ' i-.uiii.iriwN. ' think the) show unite i leaily Hint theunlnluh idii- vojed Isu tuitatliuone. 'Ilio ract is that I haioheie eipressed uisvlf In a way much more qualified thau j '5 muni with me, h.cnue I .In nut Me how certain icuueiicie., which are uppaieutiy coiiuictiug, will i ' eventually work. out. 'Ibe purely ethical view uf the I matter does not obvloulyhariiioiilrenlilitliopollilcal and the politico-economical views: some or ino a.,. patent Incongruities being uf tlio Und Indicated by join contributor. 'Tills Is not the place tu repeat my reasons for thlnkluglhat the present sjstcm will not bethe ulll luitesv.tnui. Noi do I propose to lousldei the ub staclus, doubtless great, vhfcli stand In Ibe way of ' ehaiige. All wbliu I wish lieio tu point uut Is that mi uj'iiiiuu is uj uu moans a positive one; nnu iur. tlier, that I regard Hie que, lion one tu bo dealt wllh In lliefuturoiatherthaii at present. Thesetwo , thing, tho quotations 1 have glveu ahow proio con- 1 clmliely. VU-li-Tlu. Maryland Line, lu Ilalllmoie, nu tho evening' or Washington', hlithdav, wus as folloivni "I unit "at every faithful .oldler uf ihoArmyof Nnrlheru Virginia Is ready to exclaim with mo If I tvcr dl.. nwu, repudiate, or upologUo foi i hu aue for which Lee fought and Jackson Hied, let the llghltilng. of W'" blast me, and Iheaeuniof nil good men aud , true women be my port on Ihe llaltlmore A'u.i say. at Ihlt Miilliueiit "tho lull ioare.1 with wild I iheen, which, comlug largely limn his former rum. I roilealu anus, lemluued the hearer of that liurlliu- ' lte baltle-ery with which the Cuiifclcrate. were i Ur.nl Ii. ..li n,.A.. i.. il... .1. . .. .... .7' iiiv m hkiuiiio iu IllUI'lurxU it KTOIil UI 1 PifB ULTO. ' N33AV JW K'PHOII I'Olt PIANO AND MMUNij. PUOP. 1)1. WOLOW SKI'S thoileetand luxt new lysteiu, nl;ig j ear. of p i ac tlce, reading music at sight, training voice, to tlio highest culture for operas, concert., etc. New slug lug classcaure uowopened at Profeswr He Wolovr.l P. i Musical Institute, 1110 SI street northwest, corner I of Twelfth. janSl-Jm , COKE. COKE. COKK. 'Ill lliiKlioUCriiHlii'il C'nlie 81170 , 40 lliiNliDUOrilliiary.UiIcu ;t uu 'an " " a uu Ferula moment u'diin.i.m. r ii,i m ato. W, Croj.ley'.Drug More, 110 liridge .trttt, Oeorgeiowu. 13H0P03ALr. l'OH IKON, - Ol'iictorBti'i itvisi ISINQ AlintllEf t neiri'i .moi uiam .o, W'iii';oto-i, 1). ., March 8, U1. About "0 ton. of rolled Iron, Hat bar., are necdeJ for Ilio new Peynlou Uulldlng I PruiKmali aro Invited, to bevpeuei) at noon, Mar' h 10, IS i, at thl) olUc They should be ludor d "Propiials for Iron, aud addre."d lo Ibe uuilr-rslEhtd. Bpe-lflcotlnus furnished on application. M. C HI'IOI. SupcrvlilD Koslucr aud Ar'-hltct. NATIONAL THEATRE ! m: vi:i;u, iii,a.N.MMi jiiisiiav stuuu ij, TUM H UMATI1ST lilVINH Til A IJ II II I HNN B, 0 A-ICsI A-Tj SC3IEECI1EHjZII MuiiiinrlHil liy n t'nniiuui.v ft'lllt.l.KH'S MASTKUP1KCP, JMA.HA TIIK flltANtl IIUTOIHCAI. TltAIIKIIV. MONHAV. TttRMMY, WKONI'SltAY, TlllMISIlAY, PIHIIAV, nrAiti n nn: iniAtrrmii, kmotional diiama. CIIAIttKS 1HCKKMS' WONIIKHPIIL niii'.Air iiouia. JAVAUSCIIKK'S I.ATKST SUWKSS, SVTUIIDVV "si MAT1MFK, 8ATUIII1AY ( NKlHr, J MU.NIIAY, MA1IC1I gMnujefinrnfju. SWIll tHHDUHCIMEHT. l I.VTi: Kt'.I.I.Y.t- M'.UN'M) iNXOiTSTIElLS AND llurlcsiiiio Opera Gomiiniiy. "'Hit' inlnMiel S3iijc as daik tlia ilnysUnioeuiled, but never Troiiliailoiiruf moJU'val iUy nor minstrel In n iititiM latin's hov,er aati ao nncet n these. Watch for lluy, IKU, uuil I. lit of GRAND COMPANY. Villi!' TIMP WASIIINUTOS' OP l.i:iN'S I..V'rrhT ANI UKKlTKbT fiU'll. SATIlti:, Jill. Zj .A. 3iT O- T JEb "32" (tit. BEN BUTLER AND TUP JERSEY lilliY 1 ' Hei koivu woie siipetfluous regrets.1' u stlllM i-Uli, tilmi.ied with The Only l.cmi ns lilNU ntY. TlieOiom CitNiiiiiuii .H3..lir," llilTM'.K. f.eou'e dresses ln Ihuiharacter are uu txuet coun terputof IheJeisrj l.llv" 8 richest lOMuiues. "l.lly1 this acting of yours may go down with the public, but II can't deceive mu"' Mil. r.n.Y I NUTHV ) A case of )' hliVAltliSlVrslciii Urothersf il K osi v t.KOM. (lOVPItNOIt ) With iiiuejeuii the 1 FHANi: J While liuiiseaiid the UFN HUrf.Hllotbei on l.jngtry ( CU3IIMAN Jlembersof Her MaJeslv'6 Orchestra, Jteiubers ot theMvsachusottLegl-litiird,0'ace-Seek:ers,Wealthy Youug .Men, an 1 suiceiiilble Uosioulaus, etc., ctc.,etc. BY ENTIIIE COMPANY. OSir REMEMBER! Vutoli Cor 13ay, "Date, uml , -r , - st 1 I jlSl Oi ( JOT I'll""?! IT "XT - '- - J 'va.ii.jt.iii.xj . I TpOlUl'S UI'KP.A HOl'rfK. i J-J OMK WKPK, COMMPN'CIKG MONDAY, MAP.CH 12 MATIIIKi:'; WPI1NPSUW AND SATUKDAY. ANrilO:.".- .v. KI.I.IS's U.VCI.t: T3I'S C.VMIN- COH1MKY, pntihf. new vciisio:;. MANY IfUW FrATUItnS AND SKW SPECIALTIKs Never before seen lu m.vci.i: tosi'h c.imj;. Lowest Popular Prices 25, 35, and 50 cents, best. Heserved seats 2'j cents extra. MONDAY, MAKCII PJ, V X It 2' J !i H W A I X . QAKRIU SWAIN. . .AT. VOHD'S. OMMKNCING MONDAY. .MARCH 19. .s 3IAH, 'iiii: 3ii.vi:u HAuaiiTCit hat the Press 6avs of her: CAllHIF SWA1H Vunfrnfun ( Mirn,r,t , V.vl.'lr'f'p-v. At 'J1 ''itisicntana Mirthful. ' p 2 wa Ns'iiio, ,Z,dVL. ""' J. v J F aVAIN-vX.rv?irji,,,. i-a ., r xWAitt-HuZuX a, rhllJ CAltltlPSWUrJ-fS J? J. J ipsWAljJrii , Vai, iv ,? THn f waiV7-o .!cA?i r Vo U 'Hal',' a r 8 a I '1m. Ilin K i-A i f- SVai U-)2S!fl wit rnr.fnii,, , ,Ji I-swAIN-fS,frlVfi, y ' cA uii'swaiH- If trac t. A'.nliih,' t'AKllil' ' SWAIN- iri. fA 'rlm-Z,, ,.! ' SWA 'l- tell th.Sui.rfiM fjA , awufl-,, uCU b ,.t TrV. J-A ! l!KSWAlV-!i;oi.ol,L T.,i, i ai.kii- sn ain- Lough out Temltr. thf FAi'T k-caiihip mv itw . f...i i '"' tA ' ' " "' Al" "" fresh- n, paitlh, uctictty, tauctnei feinj,,f hy rlllll,irilr-e,luirt,tt)i tntitttublt x.isi of fun, unit In fait ttioiiitng a iintvprvtilfuetiilte. Hill IdTIIP. IIOPGII IIIAMOHDOFTIIKSTAOK. KASl'KIt WF.niC IUIVjTlli:, T HK AIITHOHI.KD VKItaiON, Aspiodured undei the direct authnrliailoti of It. II'OYI.V All'rK. N "kV iiiMi: Mi7aKriAi, PENMilt VAMA AVI.NUE.Uear lllll ST11EET. Greatest Ulll Yet Oifere.1 to the Public. Fi ery A f ternocn aud Night this Week. The Celebrated I.OVKNHKItO FAMILY, v llli their (lie it Concert and Comedy Company. Ilia SWISS HPLI. lllNaFli;, In all their Charm. Ing Gems of Music 'I he Greatest of all .Mechanical Wonder", SiTtAb llllltll CLOCK, renoivued ttiroughout Furope aud Amerli a as the grandest specimen of mechanical In genuity In tho noil.l, OSOAIt II. STFFI.F, AtrohatlcSong and Dauce Stater of the World. MONDAY NIGHT, MAHCII 12 IIECIKPTTOH TO TIIK PATIlONs OP TIIK UAI.. 'IIMOIIK IIIHK. Tuad, to the luleiettof Iblsuccailou, TIIK IIIUC4 AND 11EIIS OP TUP WAblllNO. I UN POLO CI Ull Will play a MATCH HAMK OP POLO, Tli. Ust game of the seaviu. Game tailed at S:Z0, 1880 Till: AI'III.MI DI.UU, 1883 Alllslud by MIIS. JiLLI.lP, II. MrOAItTKL', Soi'iuno, AVID give a Concert at COJiOHKOATIONAI, CIIUIICII, ntlDAY PVPNIKO, 3UISCII 10, at I o'clock. Pilce of ticket), egcetiti. For sale by raoraben of the club.aud kills i Co.'.. Music Mole, whete Peiervtd beat, cau be had with, out extra charge. qkmi:nt and iiuokkn btohk. Ori-ici. or Hl-ilpi.nuiouStati;, IVAIIANDlTAVr DrfAItTMLNXS, Wasiiinqtom.I). 0., r.biuary so, ill. M:AI,l'DPr.or03AL8 forlurullUlDgUDddellTcr. lug 1,000 barrel, of natural hydr.ullo cement aud 900 cubic yard, of broken .tone, atthe .Hoot lha. llulld. lug for state, War, and Navy Department, lu thli city, will be receded at thl olllce ualll 13 Mon Marih n, i.ti, and oj.aueil hutuedlately thereafter lu prcseuco of bidder. cperltlcatloiii, general lustr'i"tloni to bidden, aud blank form, or proposal will be furnhUd to regular dealer, aud manufacturers ou application to tills OOlce. THOMAS J. INCOLNOA81Y, 1 tcuteuaut C vlouel t orpi of Engineer! . imumn The Famous French l'aiitointinUI.. of liit'iiiiimillu Aillala, WTlTAltT. A TV' I'0 1 N la'PTia. AlO'lMIIQIt AXMI HON. Tha.iewitiiiiomanre, TiUjLiAlI, ll,e Hebrew Mhthar. IA.lt' WTUAHT. 7.1IJ1.A.II. 19-I.KUITN I. ON HON. aiiciion ,nit. Thomas Dowling, AUCTIONEER. An Unrivaled Collection OP JAPANESE ART TREASURES, Comprising "upeil. specimen of KINKO.AN, OKUMUIIO, KAUA, OKAVAMA, WAKAYAMA KISA, OWAItl, NIKSIIPI, 1'ANZAS', AND MANY lil'IIKIt 'AltKd MAItVPLOUSLV HKCOIIATKD. CI.OI30NNKKNAMFL3, KI.KdANI'fUPT rs. HANDiOMK ."PKCIMP.N3 (IP OLD AND MODPIt.V CIOMI I.ACOItPHs. AIITIDTIC HltONZKS. apKcntics's of iiauk .iapanpsk pohck- LAIN AND P01TFHY. CAIIVINOS. Ft.FUANTLY KMHHOIDKIIKll SILKS, MAONIFICF.NT MCliEKNS, KTC. Carefully .elected by a, lapanosePxpert.andackiiowl. edged hy.rouuolsseiii'i tube the most VALUAULKANDCIIOICi: COLI.ECriON KVEK lUIOUOlIl'TO THIS COUNT It Y. The whole will be sold vjlthout ljsene ou WFDNK3DAY. TIHIKSIt.VY, AND CKIDA1, .MOItNIKO AT 11 O'CLOCi;, AND AFTKItNOON AT !l O'CLOCK, KACH DAY, March II, IS, nnd 13, 15-n, A T M Y A1 It T 3 A I. K S It O O M , Corner Eleventh street nml Pennsylvania iivauue. ON KXIUimiON MAKCI1 IS Mid IP Hooins comfortably heated. THOMAS HOWLING, marll-Jt Auctioneer. WAi.THI! 11. VlhhlAlI3 & CO., Auctiouem. HAIR CI.OITI PAHI.Olt SIHTK: WAINUT MAHULK-TIIP CI1A.M11FI1 SUITES COT TAC.K FURNIIDIIR; DKl?TFAI)i, HUHLAPS, AND WAfelfSTAJIIIj. W.ALNIIT PXlXTSION TAllLU AND DINING-H0OM CIIAIHS: PKATTICIt Hl:i)i, PILLOWS, ANDllOf.STKit? HEDDINO, HI..VHKi:rs, SI'UP I)5, SHELTS, HUSi: MAITHKSSPS: INOItAIN CAlil'ETd: WALNUr MAllllT.P-roP IIOUPPCT, MlllP.Olt HACK: LOWNOK, CIIHOMOj, IIPATINO bTOVKS, UANOh. CHINA, OLVSJ. AND CHOCKFKY-Wtlll -, KITCHEN l)Tj:NSIL", in c, Ou MO.'JDkY, March I ;. c.iiiimencliig ut 10 o'clock A. .VI., we shall .ell nt the le-ldenceofu gentleman declining housekeeping-, No. luti Plglilh street nortlinest, Hie nbuva e'ollectlon of Household tflecls. W'A.I.TKH II. WILIIAVWAfl), . Micllnneers, JOHN E. BISAI. " COMMISSIONER OF HKtllS for every State and Territory, IJ. s. c ommlassloiiei, Examiner, and No tary Public Always linifilco rinui 9 A I lluP, H. llnom 4 nan New York avenue. myT-tf WIXOM'S, 4..W NINTH STJRJEJST IV. IV OhoiceOreameryButtei 'do CENTS. Choice Eoll Butter ao CENTS. STALL-FED BEEF. OTHER MEATS OP THE BEST OUAL.1TV. Canned G-oods AT THE JLOWEST PRICES. pP.OP03AI.3 l'OIl UK3KS. CLkllU'S OlTlC't, HOISE OP ltkl'llESkHTATIVES, U. S.. WAhmj;aTON-, D. C., March 7, l.jj The undersigned will receive sealed bid. up to 12 o'clock uoou, on THURSDAY, the :9lli day of March, 1S33, for the manufactuie and Uellveiy at wharf or railroad station lu Washington of thlrty twode.k.ror the me uf member, nt tho House uf Kepieieutatlves, of tho same .Ire, quality, and ma tetlal as those uow lu use. They mint be of i.Llte oak, quartered, and thoioughly 1.11m dried, about 2J ncfie. long, at Inches wide, 2 feet lo Inches high u back, and 2 feet il's Inches lu front. The top of he desk must be covered with blue hro idclotli of the best quality und of the shade now lu use. llldder. will find In tho Hull of the House of Uenre Mutative, lamples of the ile.k requlied, Thermim be delivered by the 1st day of August, IsTi, Blil. will be iccelved only from manufacturers Willi establishment, capable of executing the work. Sufficient .eeuilty will bo required for tho proper performance of the contract. i.vi-e. The right to reject all bids Is reserw.l. .. EDWAHD MCPHEKSON, Clerk ot the House uf Representative, of nla u. 9. p 11 0 1' 0 8 A I. 3 . Altflim.C'T'l.Oirit'k. NUW PfNSlOV lltllLfTl.NU, ismil hlill.TollInvvl6l, UlN. M. C. MIIU9. U. W. A.. Wasiiinutiik, D, p., March 3. lass. NEW PENSION liniLlHI.U-KOOFSIIEATilINQ OFThltllA COPI'A. PROPOSALS fur TKItliA COVI'A or KARTHFN VV ARE 1 1I.K3 fcr Sheathing the Hoof of thl. llullllog aro Invited. To be Indorsed " Piopo.al. rur Slieathliiir. " and to ho opened A (ill ?, iSi, ut ti., oillie, where .peelfl- Cltion. Willi.,. Intnl.!, .l rt,. ...nil ' v ------- - .,, ..h VI I'l'llbllllVU. M. C. MEIOS. Itill-eiJ Siipetllslng Englnetrand Aiehlt.ct. Ptoro,'iAi.Hi'oit nm HiuNiiHTONliroR SLOPE WALL FOR POIOMAO FLATS. U S. I NIIIMCLKOiril.), :iail Penmylvanla Avenue, WAklll.'ICITOH, 1). (,'., Mutch 5. Il3 SEALED PROPOSALS. Ill trlplica e "rl I be re celled at Ihl. oifice until i! it., on March VO, Uu, and opeuid immediately lliercafter, fur furul.hlug llrusUand Rlp.rapfcione lor thetlope wall ou the rli er front of the Potomao Flat.. ' " "" The approximate aiuouut. are a. followi- ooo eord. llruihaudl6,COOcublojardiSloue eoncuiu. Bpecltlcatlon., blink form, of ptoposals, ana full uiidefbl"u0d nl" be t-urnlitiea en jpillcatlou to th, , ,, I'KIHtt. IIAINn, HL'Zi.14. . laor uf Fngueer., PU()1'03AI,H Wit IlRKDfllNi. IN I'OTO. - MACIIirrif, NKAII WASIIINOION. II S. 1'NUlNl.MlOlrlll.. 31'iC Pennsylvania m enue, , Waalilhoioir, U. C, March 6. Isu, MKAI.KD PR0P0SAL8, lu liipllcale, ulll be re ceived ut Ihl. olllce until 12 M, , ou March 20, 1.8 1. and opened Immediately thereafter, ferDredglujr ou and near Iho line of the proposed protecting wall of the Potomac I IM at Washlugtou, 1), C. Tho approximate aiuouut ot work 1. 35,000 cubic yard, for foundatlou of slope wall, and SO ,000 cubic yard, between the wall and C-foot cm ye near Easbv. Point, Plank forms, ou vlilcti proposals mutt be made. pecltlcatloDi, and any necessary Information can ba obtalued on application lo Ibl. olllce. riru.it c. iiAiNs, 'all-StO Malor of Pnirliiei-r. Proposals ion wiirn: makblk oh UMIJNtTK F0I:rIM; 1VA81UNU10N HON. Ekciixciti Orrice, WACIIINOTOM MONbiH-XT. WASIIINOION. 11. (!.. MuM. ! 1i.i. SEALED moroSALU will be leiclved at tbt-a onico until I! Jl. on MONDAY, tho :UU day ol M.arch, UU, and opened Immediately thereafter. In tho presence of bidder., for furnishing at the .Hoof the Washington Monument, lu thl. city r?"J:,,.Y? tl'?""'"! (t-'.0"J cublo feet imoro or le'.s) of While Marble, or 'u thousand (10,000. eublo feet (mora or I-)ot gpecincatloufc llanVi. or any furiher luformallot, VTlll be furnished front thl. oiui e '0 riqumt of parlies engaged lutbo business of quarrvlng uch lualeilalj, i HOMAB 11 NCOl NO 3 V i , u. t'l lioKlneerj. 11 i a , UMU2U EoglaeerluChatge.