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REORMZITIOX JFJBK MTY. THE NAVY DEPARTMENT BILL Secretary Hobeeoa Motto the Moose yes terday, la eorapllano with a wsolotloa of that body, copyof the record ot proceeding and papers of the board of offlcers heretofore convened by order of the Department to Uki Uto coMtderellort ths aobject of Mil mil Ud rank 11 ween " oflloera of Ine Tattoos -orpiolnen" ;ia also, el the expressed wish of some of tW Domboeetide inch socffestlons as seem, to blm o M ior the beet rood or the servlee. These enffCt'oae, for the parpoee of giving them definite fom ni coramnalcetes la the form or a bill, which he wishes considered merely as ingffcitloni, end In no eeott asao endeavor to enforce the views of the Depart ment ta aay other manner lie calle attention to the fact that the pro visions of the bIUtwhle they are eontldorably more liberal than those of the bill .vrtUch passed the 8enate at the Uit session, do not Include to great a number or offlcen la the higher grade aa wu agreed to by the board or office, nor evea eo many aa are soff gested la the letter or the Admiral, if co was among the papera before the board lie says thla la a question of moeh person al Interest, and one calculated to excite con siderable feeling, andhehaa hesitated long before dtffertngla thla point from to many experienced officers, bat he felt that their views had been Influenced somewhat by deference to the clalma of Individuals, and a dcalre to compromlae a ranch vexed and dlf tifaM oaeitlon. lie utii "In the line of the nary, high, rank la a necessary Incident or command, ana is essential to organization and dliclpllne bnt la the auxiliary corps H la a matter of oersonal feelloe. diirnUy. and comfort; and these, though considerations of Importance, should, la common with all other things which are pereonal, yield to the Deal interests 01 tne service 01 wo country, toklnff from this standnolnL I hare. as al ready remarked, been coosLralned, white re eommendlog a lance number of pay medi cal and engineer oCleers of the higher grades than now provided by the Senate bill abore named, at the same time to reduce the nam ber reported by the board, believing that nnmber to be lanrer thaa a fair adlustment of public and pereonal clalma require or will allow. la the army of the United States, with from thirty to fifty thousand men aad near ly three thousand officers, there are la the medical corps oae brigadier general, one colonel, fire lieutenant colonels, ahd la the pay corps one brigadier general, two colon els, two nontenant colonels, making In both these corps twelve officers ranking with or .fwsMi.n...rii.ntn.niMinn.r .in.i I rijlj Hz of like rnk la tb. urn. corpe of MTT.wltbbot from elgbtto twelre thoo. I wnimen.ndtwelt.hoidTOloacere. It U tro. tb.t lb, ornlUon. of lb. ., are mucn amauer ana more numeroue ana Isolated than those of the army, aod this requires a lar proportion or offlcers of sufficient rank for the purpose of separate and Irrespective command. But this neces sity does not apply to the offlcers of the aux iliary corps who exercise no command and Is particularly inapplicable to those grades which are not Intended for sea duty. The bill establishes and connects with the Navy Department a board of naval survey to be composed of three offlcers of the navy not below the grade of captain of the line, who ahall be from time to time designated, and detailed for that dnty by the Secretary or the Nary. It shall be the duty or this board to review the allowance books or the complement of men, equipments of vessels of the navy, and to recommeud such altera tions and amendments thereof from time to time as to them may seem expedient, and when la the opinion of the Secretary the exigencies or the service will permit, all plans and specifications for the construction, equipment, armament and substantial al (gallon of vewele of war shall be submitted to said iord for their opinions la writing to iitn Vn nney shall be expended In the construction ot" toy vessel of war, aod no contract snail be mace ior tae construction or annloment of such vessel, without the as sent or authority of the BecreUry of the Wavy being thereto nrst given. Rac 9. Each and everv commandloB? oH car &fioat to make reports to the Sscretaxv from time to time oi tne periormance or their vessels, with such suggestions as thuy mav deem proper, which ahall be submltUsd to the board of survey for thalr examination. Oe. o. Tb tyrj, m mr as practicable, to make aa annual examination of each navy yard, elation, depot and arsenal belonging to the United States, and report to the Sec retary of the Navy, Sec 4. Provides that the BecreUry of the Nary shall detail an officer, not below the grade of commander, as secretary of the Sec.' 5. No promotion to the grade of lieu tenant commander shall be made till the number Is rcdaecd to eighty and as the number or lieutenant commanders is reduced tba nnmber of lieutenant ihall bo increased tin the number on the active list shall be two hundred and eighty, and these shall be the numbers hereafter allowed by law. SecO. Thenumberof maitera and ensigns Is fixed at one hundred In each grade, and enslgna In the navy ahall hereafter be steer age offlcers, unless assigned lo duty as watch aod division offlcers, nothing In the act to be construed as vacating the commission or any master or enelgn now In the aervlce. Sec. 7. The active medical corps or the navy ahall consist or one surgeon general with the rank of commodore j five medical , directors to rank as captalasj ten medical inspectors to rank with commanders, ten deputy medical Inspectors with lieutenant Mmminri.rortT aortFeons as lleutenantsi lorty pused asalstant aurgeons with an as tlmtlaUd rank and next after that of lieu, tenant- But nothing In thla act shall be construed as to deprive any medical officer or his commission, and no promotion shall be made to any oi the grade herein men tioned until the number In such grade shall be reduced to the nnmber mentioned In this ectlon The pay of the surgeon general shall be that now allowed to the chief of the bareaa of medicine and surgery, and medi cal directors, medical Inspectors and deputy medical Inspectors shall be paid as now from the date of their commissions as sur- bee 8. The active pay corps of the navy taall eonalat of one paymaster general, with the assimilated rank or commodore) five pay directors with the rank of captaiat tea pay Inspectors wita ran a oi commanacr) ten deputy pay Inspectors with rank of nonten ant commandersi twenty-fire paymasters with rank or lieutenant) twenty fire assist ant pavmastcrs with rank of and next after inat OI HCObCUVDV. UUI UVUIU tu nu V. shall be construed to deprive any officer of bis commission. The pay of the Paymaster General shall be tlvt now allowed to the chief of the bu reau of provisions and clothing, and pay directors, pay Inspectors and deputy pay In spectors shall be paid as now, from the date or their commissions as remasters. Sec. 0. The engineer corps shall consist of one director cener&l of machinery, with the assimilated rank of commodore) eight chief engineers, instructors oi macninery, wun rank of ciDtalm ten chief engineers, of first class, with rank of commander) ten chief engineers, or second class, as lieutenant com manders i forty engineers, as lieutenants fifty assistant engineers, with rank or, and next after lieutenants, and seventy fire as sistant engineers, with rank of, and next after masters. The pay of the director general to be that now allowed the chief of the bureau of steam engineering and chief eogtneen conitrnct- ors oi macninery ana cuici cugiacura oi mo first and second class shall be paid as now, frum the date of their commissions as en gineers Bee 10. That the grades of first and sec ond assistant engineer! shall be called, re spectively, assUunt and passed assistant en gineers, and the grade of third assistant engineer shall be abolished, bnt no commis sion of any officer of that grade, who has been wonnded in battle while In service, shall be vacated. ' Sec 11. An appointment as fleet captain, fleet surgeon, fleet paymaster, and fleet engineer shall give no additional rank or See. 1. Offlcers of the medical, par, or engineer corps above the grads of chief en glneer of the second class, deputy medical or deputy pay Inspector, shall not be required to do sea duty, unless lo tbe opinion of the BecreUry the exigencies of the service de mand It. Bee 13 There shall be two constructors with assimilated rank of captain four with rank of commander) four assistant construc tors with rank of lieutenant commanders, four with rank of lieutenant) four chaplains with rank or pant.tn . ....n viih . Of commanderi four nrofeamra nf math, mnUeswllh tankotcpuln,and four with commander. All other chaplains and pro- feasors to rank with lleuUnaot commanders, Tbe secretary to the admiral to rank with papula) the secretary of the Ylce admiral to rank with commanderi secretariat to rear edmlral and to commodores commandlnff squadrons with lieutenant commanders. boo. as wwc vi in weuieau, pay ana engineer corps, aJso-vOonstntctort, chaplains and professors of malheaiaUoa, who hare roved faithfully for forty. Are years, shall, wbsa retired, toav rank with commodore. and oncers of their several corps who shall be retired at the age or sixty two years, be fore hating tetTM for forty fire years, but who shall hare served faithfully aatll re tired, Oft the completion of forty years from their entry Into the service, shall, from that time, have the rank of commodore Sec. 15, The office or solicitor and naval Judge la hereby continued and established. Bed. 10. The title of staff officer shall not apply to any officer except to those compos ing me stau cm commaoaers-ia-caiei oi squadrons or of divisions, aad shall apply to them no longer thaa so serving. See. 17. That when the office or chief of bareaa In the Navy Department Is ailed by aa officer below the grade f commodore, ho shall white eo eeirlna; bold rank and draw pay as commodore of the line oa sea doty. See. 18. Appointments, promotions, Ac., to be made upon the principle governing the same la the various grades of ibo line. See. 10. Command toe officers of Teasels of war. or navr yards, naval stations aad otoer aavai estaoiisnments snau always take precedence over all offlcers Plated under their command, and executive offieert shall be next la rank to the commending officer. Bee 90. The marine corns to be one brut dler general commanding, one colonel, one lltnteoent colonel, three majors, one adju tant aod Inspector, on paymaster, one Suartermatter, one assistant quartermaster, (teen captalns,tweutyfoar first lieutenant, twenty-four second Hsutetiaou.oae sergeant major, one quartermaster sergeant, oae drum-ma! or. one trloclDal mnslclan. one nunarea ana any sergeants, one nunoroa and fifty corporals, thirty mustdans for band, fifty drummers, fifty lifers, and fifteen Dunaroa priTate. Bee St. Any officer of the navy below the grade of commander who, upon examina tion ior promotion, anau oe round proresa. lonaHy unqualified, ahall be saspeadod from Sromotioa one year, and If then unqualified e ahall be dropped from the service. Sec 33. Offlcers promoted by act of March 3, 18o7, shall be entitled to receive from the date or such promotion the same pay when oa active duty that they were at the time of being so promoted entitled to when not on such duty under the law then la foroe regu lating the pay of officers oa the retired aad reserved list of the navy, aod the section or the ealdact la repealed. See. S3. The atudenta la the naval acade my shall be styled oadet midshipmen, to be selected aad appointed as prescribed by the act of March 3,1807 1 but this ahall not be construed to authorise the appointment of cadet midshipmen from among boys enlisted la the nary WJien cadet midshipmen shall have passed the graduating examination they ahall receive warrant a midshipmen, ranking according to rank. Khiohts or Ptthus, The Grand Lodge of tb. Dbtrlct of ColnmbU held lu .oou.1 SraJ?cltlS' " wnlD rt Knljble of PlJ" U1. corner of Berentb nd D etnieU, nj tleclod tb. followtof omcen to ""' !l. . 0.4 Cb....!- ;.--9'.' UDinuuor. j ana r it. iiuEaujii, ni no. di urand scriDe. jouu u. uarne. oi no. z. r i. . .. ..- ... Q t and Banker, Joha Wheater, of No. 7) Grand Guide, Louis Lemknl, of No. 15 urana inner otewara,woan a. uclmd, oi No. 14i Grand Outer Steward. R. V. Ilearr. ofNo.S. The retiring Grand Chancellor, John w. Thompson, esq , fills the position of Venera ble Grand Patriarch. The reoort or tbe Saprems Lodee. which holds Its annual session la the city or New York lo March next, shows the Order la the District to be a highly prosperous condition. It Is as follows i Qrand Lodge: 12 subordinate lodges, 1,403 members In rood itaodlar. 11 deceased. S3 rejected, 330 sospeadedt received daring the year by subordinate lodges, 10,138.73) ex pended, S9.848.60) on band la subordinate lodges, 6,978.79. Received by the Grand lodges, 6,078.19. Received b LolKfl, l,800i per caplU U 783) expended for relief, 4.3: and orphan and school rui tax recsivea, ,336 9li widow urban aad school fund on hand 1,443.54. Members of Snnreme Lodiret Joaenh T. K. Plant. Clarence M. Barton, Edward Dunn, Harry Kronhelmer, W. P. Westood, R. J. Mlddleton, Jossph 8. Martin. C. YV. O'Key, Francis Wood. John G. Dndley, Hugh, Divine, J, R. N. Curtlo, R. Lawson, Joha W. Thompson. Representatives to Supreme Lodge: Hugh G.DIvloe, J. R. N. Cartln, and Edward uunn. NatiohalMioioix. Sooistt. A meeting of the National Medical Society was held L yvuIu. ulDt-vwrD.. Utmft MMUir of Thirteenth street aod New York avenue. Dr. Robert Reybura presided. Dr. C. Adams Gray secretary. Among those present were Drs. Mason, Mead, Gleoaaa, Augusta, Sawtelle, LoomU, Johnson, Patterson, Stephenson, Gray, Soutbworth, Reyburn, Ilunloonaod others. The following offleers were elected for the year 18701 President, itobort Reyburn, M.D.) first vice president, D. W. Bliss, M. D.) second vice president, A. T. Angusta, M. D ; third vice presidents. A. II. McKlmj corresponding secretary, R. J. Soutbworth, M. D.i recording: secreUrr. C. Adams Grar. M. D.i librarian, A. W. Tucker. M. D.i treasurer, John Edwin Masoni board of examiners, D. G. Patterson, M. D.)JohnO. Btspheason, M. D. Charles II. Bowen, M. D. The election of the balaece of the Board of Examiners was deferred to tbe monthly meeting In March. Committee oa Charter Drs. Reybora, Stephenson, Aagusta, Bliss, Loomls, Purvis, Soutbworth, Johnson, Mason aad Gray. Committee oa Essays Drs. Soutbworth, Palmer and Augusta. Drs. Van Arnumand Grant were elected members of the Society, and Dr. W. T. Collins was proposed for membership. The Corresponding Secretary was In structed to send a copy or the memorial of the society to an me meoicai cousgea ana societies inrougnouimewona. Aajoarnea, Local Bmvities. A colored boy, named Danlal Bnekner. aired seventeen years, was fined tlO by Justice Pearson on a charge of default or payment of the fine, Daniel was nnt In tfcft "Hnna dan" al Lha workhonae. Maria Shey, Matilda Trench, and May Tippett, ior oruuK ana aieoraariy coaaact, were fined In tbe aggregate 90 by Justice rearson. Charles II. Cole paid JSO to Justice Har per for carrying concealed weapons. John Boldln. for assault and battery on John Morgan, was fined 910, and required 10 give seenmy Keep mo peace. Ilearv Thompson, colored, was committed to J all by Justice Weaver for the larceny of a oracc on irom Aiirou unnus. Richard C. Held, a non-resident merchant, was fined $50 by Jastlce Thompson for sell ing goods without license. At the meeting of Miller Lodge, A. O. G. F., the lodge was presonted with a hand somely bound bible. Tbe presentation ser vices were very lnterestlnr. George F. lfotcbklss has boea appointed county constable. Metropolitan IJall U nightly crowded with thronired audiences to enfov the elesrant en tertainment provided for them by Manager itenze. Tn Nxw MiLiTiur OaaimztTiox. At a meeting of the First National Guard, last evening, after the usual routine or busi ness, tbe resignations of Captain J. N. fal len and First Lieut. C. L liaise, were re ceived, wbich, after much deliberation, were accepted, for the reaaooa aet forth In their resignation. Tbe election to fill tbe vacao elea made by their resignations, was post- ponea anui a coaauiauonai numocr or mem bers were present. The energy of every member of this noble organlxatloa is cqoaled only by their past history during the rebel lionas most of the members hare served with distinction In the Union armrdurlnr tbe war. They are worthy of the support of ins poopio oi tvamingion. ine meeting ICO BMIJUIUUIKl. 8c 1 13 Tine LxcTCftis. The fifth lecture or this coarse, under the auspices or the Young jsea's nruiiau Association, will be Jiven mis evening, in uacoin uau, ny rro. Biior Cooke, or llarvard. This Is the flnt of the series of four to be given by Professor Cooke, who has brought with him his own apparatus, so tnat every jeeiaro is to be splendidly Illustrated. The recent discourses In regard to the composition or the heavenly bodies will be displayed upon a screen by means of electrical light, and will give most beautiful Illustrations, affording both enter tatnment and In traction. The subject lor tbe evening lsi "Wave, Motion, aad the Nature or Color." Season tickets have been reduced to two dollars during the remainder of the course. ASSllLT AMD ItOBBXRT. An OUtragBOUS assault was committed on the person of Mr. A. II. Toungjesldlos at the corner of Eighth and It streets. While passlog through tha Public lot, opposite his residence, hs was knocked down by two villains who beat him badly, and then rifled his pockets of thalr contents, Injuring him so much thst Is will t" confia4 to (be house for several dare. BMBBBM T fl TI T" P T BTTRNB V O Xl A X .U U A Al U AffHIVEBUBY CKLEDBA.TIOK. punch oAVXiio"voniai. InjpinUara Drawn frtm Til Ltults, C01HBTE HIMMBIU WITHOUT WINK TheitlMtr,TtieHpeechi Tlt Dawee. "Some use meat, and eanaa sat. And toni wad cat that wast lt JJutweliao neat, andwesaatat, And m theLord be tbaaklt " Bos eaT Deans The one hundred aad afeveath anniversary of the birth of Robert Barns was celebrated laat night by the Barns Club of this city, aad Invited guests, by a sapper and a dance at the new Masonic Temple, corner of Ninth and F streets. The magnificent hall was splendidly decorated for the occasion. Fes toons and wreaths of evergreens were sus pended from the chandeliers and the objects on the walls. The masto stand was adorned with American and Eogllsh flags Inter twined. At the other end of the room the walls were also adorned with flag and the portrait or Burns, Scotland Hogg, flanked by pictures of Queen Victoria, aad of Mary, Qaeea of Seota. Long tables were ranged about the room, and were handsomely deco rated and loaded down with the most palat able aod Inviting dishes. The president of the Barns Club, Geo. Oeorge w. Balloch, presided, with Mrs. E. A, Pollard, of the St. Cloud hotel, (by whom the supper was pro vided) oa bis right. The areal loatareof the eatertelnment was the absence of wine, generous wine. lOBpiIUlg W1U1, HUM WIN. SUt ID 101 absence of wine, ther had the ladle "God mess mem" ana toey inspired ar better and more generous feelings and sentiments than thewlae could possibly have doni yea, thaa wine ever did. For the first time la the history of the Boras Club of this city, those who rartlcl Dated la the birthday eani. versary were acoompaniea dj ineir wires, sisters, daughters, and sweethearts. What, a Barns sapper without the punch bowl? Yes, and It was eminently successful eo successful, that the same course will doubt less be followed out on all fatore occasions. Who would exchange a woman's smile for a glass of wlnel There was as much spirit, wit, aentlment, vivacity, aa wlae could have losplred, aad far more propriety. The gueeta aat down to the well-spread board at 7:30 o'clock, aad did full justice to the following ample bill of fare, eo welt pro vided by Mrs. Pollard: GaUantus of turkey, a la moderns) oysters, ap(cb boned bam, a la faataslei boiled turkey, stuffed with oysters, American style t ham, pressed a la IUchelleu beef tongue, maltre de novelle t roast turkey, lardsd glalee, decorated a la Jelly. Salads Oyster salad, oa half shell, Congress style) thicken ealad,eti forme; lob ster salad, a la Jelly. Jellies Lemon Jelly, i . .-:. . . z. rr - - berry, vanilla, lsmoo, blaqult, chocouu, rasDberrv. Pyramids Macaronies, kisses. variety candles. Dessert Jolly cake, bla qult de Savoy, pound cake, lad lea' fingers. macaroona, cream unci, wu.cr jumoiea, cocoaoat meringues, French kisses. Fruits, Ac Apples, liavana oranges, pine apples, bananas, Malaga grapes, almonds, pecan outs, English walnuts, cream nuts, Boston crackers, Rochefort choose, figs, raisins, coffee, tea. Among others who were present were Gea. O. O. Howard, Judge Otto, Major Bowen, Major Baa Perley Poors, James Clephans, sr., Lewis Clephane, Hon. A. O. Riddle. Rev. Dr. Rankin, P.M. Dubant. R. 8. Graham, Col. Thomas B. Florence, Hon. C. O. Cox. Simon Wolf, esq- aod many others of our most prominent citizens, all of wnom were accompanied oy laoiea. After fall Juatlce bad been done to the bill of fare the feast or reason commenced, aod mo tout wcra announced aa iguown 1. "The day and a' wha honor It." Re sponse by tbe president. After tbe speech Mr. Joha Parsoaa wasoa the programme to sing "Mary of Argyle," bnt he was detained by Illness, much to the reirret or all present. Ills place was well supplied, however, by Mr F A. Chase, who sang " Annie Laurie " In excellent voice. 3. "The Poets and Poetry of Scotland." Response by XXoo. C C. Cox. Boog "Castle In the Air." Miss Zllaa u, nimpsou, wno was louuiy applauded; 3. "The Poets and Poetry ox Germany.1 Response by Simon Wolf, eaq. Ovum.. tCnti"L woaid matiuy Liove. Messrs. Hart and Weyss. "Standard Bearer." R. Mlddleton. 4. "The Poet and Poetry of Ireland." Hon R. T. Merrick was expected to respond, but he was unfortunately detained from the banquet. Mr. Wm. M. Illeslon sang "The Little rat Aieu" to tne treat amusement and en joyment of all present. o. "inomaiciary oi ocouaua, may tney hanptotrether In their DeIilon of Uwu they do in their Ideas of pleasure." Judge wjiie, wno waa to respond to tnis, waa called away early la the evening. Miss Alice Gray then saner "Bonnie Scot land," In a most admirable manner. 6. "Ths Qaeea or Great Britain aad the President or the United States. Honored Rnlers and Uoaored Naitoaa." Keepouso by Rev J. E. Rankle. D. D. Bone "God Save the Queen." A, Word ier. 7. "Scotland. Her chUf Glory the Intel lectual Independence of her Sons." Re- spoQte oy w. r. urew, eaq. ong (Duett) 'AUste McAUsler." uesars. email ana aicueoa. These gentlemen sang this In character, and heartily amused alL It was emnhatl- calty the most Scotch feature of the evening. 8. "America: the promised land which Barns la vision saw, where rank is but tbe guineas stamp, me mans tae gowa ior a' that' " Response by General O. O. How ard. Bong " Wlthla a mite of Edluboro1 Town "Miss Kate Wood. 9. "Tbe Cradle or the Ballot-box) which! or both!" Response by Hon. A. G. Riddle. Song "When the Kye Comes Home." Alex. Patterson. 10. "Kindred Societies." Hon. E. B. Frsnch was put down to re spond to this, but be unfortunately was also absent. 11. "The bonnle lassies." Response by Msjor Ben. Pertey Poore. Song "Jennie with the light brown hair." The president. Major Poors' speech was particularly guwi, ana - trp lutj wuit m roar." At 11 o'clock the company retired from the banquet room, when the tables were cleared away and the apartment was speedily converted into a dancing hall, when all who were that way Inclined enjoyed the dance until the "smaf wee hours," aod thus pleas antly and happily was celebrated tbe one hundred and eleventh anniversary of tbe birthday of Robert Barns by the Burns club of Washington. Tbe offlcers or the club are i Gen George W Balloch, president i Albert Woodier, first vice proudentt David Knox, second vice president) Joslah MeLeod, secretary ; voun vawcruD, irauurcr. Tbe Celebration Elsewhere. Naw Toax, Jan. 25. The birthday or Robert Barns was celebrated by a dinner at Delmoolco's and another at the Astor House. At the former a number of ladles were present after dinner. Letters wers read from Oliver Wendell Holmes, Gen. Sherman, Gov. Hoffman and Chief Jastlce Chase. David D. Field presided, and gave a toast to the President of the United States This wm followed by a toast to the Queen of ureat Britain ana Ireland. Wm. Collen Bryant responded to the toast to the memory of Barns lu a felicitous soeech. David Dudley Field fspunued to the toast oi "uurt-ouutry." and various other toast were proposed and rosponded lo. The celebration was a great success. At tbe Astor house the original Barns i;ino assemmea, numueriog seventy mem ben. A poem on Burns was read by William noes waiiace. Addresses were delivered by E D. Smith, II. H Reld. aod others. The Burns' Association at Jersey City also ceisoraiea tne aay oy a Banquet. Rixkabxd 03i IUbiis CoKrui. Clinton S. Morris who was .committed to Jail on OUUIWJi UU bUD .U1I Ul !, n. VI vug lit before Jadee Fisher yesterday on a writ of ftaosat eorpui, aua aamiuoa to nan in tne sum of 8500 for his appearance at the coming term of court. Thb aaaaal meeting of the Woshlnctoa City Orphan Asylum will be held this even lag at 7 80 o'clock, at the Calvary Baptist church. The public arc Injlted to attend. Addresses and other IntereiUng exercises may be expected, j-. L CUtieaV Xtlr4 AeaaeUlles-Re- pet-t f Ska CoaaaalttM Appelate Tlell Uev. Bewle Bemarka or Pronataeal Cltleeae. The Citizens Railroad Association held their usual Tuesday evening meeting In the Aldermen's vnamoer, i;uy uau, .aii nigon Mr. 21. N. Easbv la the chair, aad Mr. T- C Connelly, secretary. Mr. Connolly made an oral report from the committee appoloted to make Inquiry In relation to the Baltimore and Fo-omac rail road, aayleg that two members of that com- the GoTeraor of Maryland, at Annapolis, lo order to obtain accurate Information. Gov ernor Bowie bad received them with kind nets and coa,-esy, and cheerfully entered Into conversation upon the subjects of thslr mission, saying that the welfare of the whole State and of all the Imnrovnmenti therein. and not hostility toward any latereat was Ms actuating motive, ne was confident that the Baltimore and Potomac railroad would be completed wlthla the present year. Its w.i n It wonUMM eompl.ud Uton lt litofJ.nurr.lS71. .... QeDU6m.n from lh rnojTlr.Qla tloe, btxooo.rrM.nc. Bopod to eamplM. roi tbrootli th.t rwloo. to Um ell J of W.iklni ,!t7vlcr!S4woM!?,Ll'ocomI,illl,"1 wltblb. DIUmonud Potom.o ro.d for tb. tr.oiport.Mim of Cuhdrh .nd pro- ;t,s -.v. p:;.r.i..T7:". -,"." Bat Governor Bowie would do everything lo his power to promote lu tueceas. The com twtltloo would prove a benefit to all, as honorable competitions generally do) and It Is oar duty to look to the welfare of the poo - " ' " -v---rf.. ..nu. .... pw at largw. Governor Bowie spoke of a free railroad taw, as demanded by the wants of the limes, aad said that he would urge Its enactment by the Legislature, and that he bad great confidence In the spirit and purposes of that body la this respect. Wherever a people possess the desire, the enterprise and the requisite means, he thought the course of wise legislation would be to facilitate and not to Impede their undertakings. viae weiiare oi wasniogion ana or tae District or Columbia, Governor Bowie added. Is Intimately connected with that or a large region or Maryland. The greatness of Washington would bathe pride of all portions of that State, aad there was no good ground for any degree of Jealousy, ne was gratified at the recent evidences of en terprise la Washington, and looked with hopefulness to thslr fruition. Mr. Connolly coocloded by remarking that the committee were deeply aad agree ably Impressed by the frankness aad gen erous spirit of Governor Bowie, aad, espe- cuuij maul lly by the sterling Integrity of purpose .nlfesled la his whole bearing and utter aaee. Mr. Joha R. Elrans said that as1 one of the committee who visited Annapolis id con sult with Governor Bowie, he would state that they foaad that gentleman very courte ous and approachable. Tbe Governor of Maryland staled to tbeu that there was a majority lo tbe Leglslatare of Maryland lo favor of passing a free railroad law for the State ofMarylaaiodthatsuchalaw would most probably be passed this session, It now remained for the citizens of Washington to importune Coogress to pass a free rail road law for the benefit of this District, to be nsed la conjunction with tb free railroad laws of the States. The Chair appointed a rammiuM ot ioanecn, two irom eaea warn, M m mihi vvminnw. arwiroM HUarMM The committee, as appointed, were as fol lows! Matthew G. Emery tx ojjlrio, chairman First waro, nicaotas vaiian ano v. ji. stin A. P. Clark i Sixth ward. James C. Dnlln aodT. E. Clark t Seventh ward, Joseph Wll i llama and u. if. vanrca. Oa motion, Mr. S. J Brown was added to the committee. J. C. Snodgraae said there had been fre quent complaints made to the effect that nothing practical had been heretofore pro posed In these meetings. Inordertostoptbese complaints, while at the same time Indicat ing bis own view of the question, he would propose the following resolution! Jtt'aJwe. That this assoslatlon Is tratlfisd to see a movement la the Boerd of Aider. looking toward a sabssrlptloo of stk to ths Aleisadrle, Loudoun d Hampshire Mil road, with the asieot of the people of the Dla trlst,ead trusts that whsa the rseolutioos of PresldeatUroeker. offered In that Board last lxht.eome up for flaal aetloa they will re eelv ths Joint approbation of the ally cover. meat. Adopted. Some time ago, resumed the gentlemao, when I said something la favor of aiding the Loudoun aad Hampshire road, a friend of mine asked me If I did not own a farm along lu route. I answered that the nearest I had come to that was the maklne1 r Jti . tM vni im aiMingt wniea offer was re jected, to my satisfaction since. Bat lest some evil-disposed person should cone! ads stlQ that I may be Influenced by some such material consideration In advocating this resolution, I beg leave to cite the AVsniaf Star, which says i "If railroads wen selllasr for a penny a mile, he (my humble self meaning) couldn't buy a spike." Laugh ter.l Now, la view of the unswerving truthful ness of this luminary Its rar.e, wisdom and dlecretlon--4ts transcendent excellence, and tu disinterested watchfulness of the Inter ests of the "dear people," of course what it says cant posstbly be untrue. Hence, after yelling myself of IU very chariUble aid, for which I oafrht to be abundantly thank. fttL I labmltlMmr reaalntlnn 1a ihn unu of tfeJe euy iiaii Railroad Association," as my very solicitous friends of the Star most significantly designate ns with no allusion to polities, of oouree. I Laughter. u. n. ataany ooerea tne louowing as a anDsutuM ior losaooTg rctomuoai lee. That the corporate authorities of the ellr 701 Weehlactoe be, and are hereby, re reonestedto aoolr to Conrrtu for s pee tf ally requests newer wer le subaorlbe to theepltal stoik of the Alsasadrls, Loudon n aed Uampahlre railroad 10 an antoont aaaisiani o piaee tne eoniroi of that road la the power ot the elty of Waih lectoa, Mr. J. Savles Brown thoutbt the fears that Mr. Easby entertained la regard to the rivalry of Alexandria to Washington were groundless 1 that the laws or trade would govern this whole matter, and prodncU would be brought to Washington la prefer ence to Alexandria, If It was to the Interest or prod ucers to have them brought here, and that If It was to tho Interest of tho railroad to bring their frelghU to Washington, we need not fear tbe Influence of Alexandria. After remarks from othsr gentlemen, a vote was Ukea upon the substitute of Mr. Easby, and It was rejected. The resolution offered by Dr. Snodgrass was adopted. Mr. J. Savles Brown announced tbst Hon. Mr. Borr, or Illinois, would address the as soclatloa at 1U nsxt meeting. On motion, the association adjourned Ths CoaroaATiou Cocmt. The sealer of welghU and measures has been prosecu ting dlSsrenl persons on behair or the cor poration, for using scales wlthoot his certlfl caU and stamp of their accuracy. There Is an association among the butchers to test tbe validity of the late ordinance of the cor poration, prohibiting the use of tbe spring. balance scale by business men ta this city, and tbey employed L. G. Hlnc, esq , as their attorney lo the premises. About a week ago six sulu were com menced against one Joha Pfyle for using said scale without a esrtlDeaUof tu accu racy by the "sealer," Mr. Ostchell, before D. W. Anderson. Jastlce of the naee. and after two adjournments and tbe hearing of tae testimony "1 one case, ur Uloe was in structed by the association to appear for Mr. Pfyle (who was not a member) la ths case. He did so, and at ones spoiled for aad ob Ulned from the Supreme Court of the Dis trict a writ or rftrarl, removing the cases from the magistrate to the said court. Bo ends the controversy until tbe Supreme Court settles the vexed question, -" mm Tni Oair Cixramsas.-A abort lime ago a committee or ths Journeymen shlpwrighu, was appointed to wall on Admiral Dahlgren I and ask an advance of 33 per cent, per day on their pay. Pursuant to Instruction, the committee performed their daty.andemeet- log was called last night for the purpose of hearing their report. Tbe committee report that they were received In the most cordial manner by tbe Admiral, who promised to do all la bis power to secure tbe aid asked for. After passing a vote of thanks to the com mandant for the manner In which be reoelved ' the committee and the sympathy be expressed fn lha wntvtnirman Afth.. )!,..(. log adjourned. ' - . TnB ubbbbws. The tiebnnr congrega. tlon, among other Innovations, propose to real the pews la tbesynsgogue so that the sexes may sit together. The Morning Thn."!cl.?7rarpEl7 StatS. tBu fair to' bomeUierSn.P'Mr.J.B. J.cot.0., th..r reader. .,. contlnne. . hi. -- watch itacovBBsu.ieuciivo Meuevut yesterday recovered au open face gold watch, with a black Jet breast-plo attacked, from a colored man named Archibald Holmes, which waa supposed to have been stolen Holmes aaya he found the watch some three or four montna since, on mkuvu sireei, near tue Smithsonian grounds. Tbe watch Is at headquarters, awaiting an owner. r iZftM'7wTp 73 n AUtt Gibeon, Mrs. Rev. W. W. WlllUms, SSJISf'v:Jni0'K'lMT Mr- Mry Dean, Mrs illrlw.SA.S BSSs :H I ' Webb,MrV. DanwoodJ, Mra.SarSi ROM TUB FirSD. The Rape Caee-PrellmtaarT Kxana laatloa. Yesterday morning at 11 o'clock the col ored man, William Ross, alias OeL Rasge. charged with violating the person of the little daughter or Joha Shea, waa brought out for a hearing before Justice Walter. There waa present a large and excited crowd of spectators, principally colored, aad It waa with some difficulty that the office of the magistrate could be kept clear to those other thaa witnessed la the case. The accused appeared with his head ttgblly baudaged from the effects of the wounds Inflicted by aplstol shot In the hands of Mrs, Shea on Saturday night. The mother of the Injured child appeared to be mueh distressed, and gave vot to her feelings la a Mnlous flow of tears. vt. Morgan examined the accused la tne back room of the office of the J nstlce, but did not reveal the result to the maglstraU. The Doctor, being the first wltaess, testified that he had been callod oa to vlalt the Uttte girl, but otnetred llltla Ucerellon .nil no blood. i.ndfromth.nHurooftntdlioM.rrMcrlW Q ih, nfla.w.T. Mr.. Hurt. She., th. mother, m cllei l0 ib, ,und, who autod tut ber d.ujbur "O""4 by..rof .roett Btptoffllxri ibl.b knmtb. prUoiw, irba pntondld gret fondoN. for lb. eblld, b.t tb.t ibo vm ." p ' ."? ooc.. ia.ua no. w.ai n.ra.oraurio hear the tadeeent lannare to which he Is addicted. Tbe child eompTaloed of soreoess about two weeks as-o. and abe aonlled the I usual remedies for similar complaints of nine cnuarsn it was not untu Wednesday that ahe noticed lbs condition of her child more particularly, and on Thursday last she sent for Dr. Morgan, who called and exam ined the child, aad said she had a loathsome disease. To questions putlo her daughter pronoun to toe catling in toe poysieian, sne evaded answers, bnt finally said that "Ross did It," who told her If she Informed her mother she would receive a whipping. Several other witnesses were examined, but as the details are not or a natare war ranting publicity, we suppress ths testU mooy. The case was then ootttlaued until the little girl shall sufficiently recover to make a statement before the magistrate, and In the meantime Ross was remanded to prison. IsorsiauL Homi School. A meeting of tne inuustnai uome ociooi society was held at No. US Bridge street, Georgetown, oa Mooday evealng. Professor M. u. Doollitle la tbe chair, and Mr. A M Gaogewer seo retary. Reports from the treasarer and the home committee were read and approved. The following-named officers were elected for the ensuing year, vlst Proeldsnt, Henry D. Cookei vice Presidents. A. M. Oanrflwnr. Rev. A. B. Atkins. Hon. John Hits) treas urer, Wm. L. Waller) secretary. Prof. M. II. Dooltttlei trustees, M. C. Hart, Hon. 8 j. ooweu, iiou. m. i. uoaiop, ur. u. w Bliss, M. II. DoolitUe, Welter 8. Cox, Geo, Hill, J. R. Savage, M. V. Backey, A. Hyde, Gea. (Eetoa, Wm. Nourse, Dr. Reyburn, Hon. Chas. F. Peck, John Hit) executive committee, Mrs. A.M. Gaogewer, Mrs. Q. W. Blackford, Mrs. Joseph E. Noarse, Mm. A. Byrne, Mrs. A. J. Hauler, Mrs. R. R. is tar a, Mrs. . i. Ltxmttiy, Mr, nouvi Phlppa, Mrs. Capt. Morris, Mrs. C. Loomls, mu. t. v. iseoauoB, Ainu ., utcnan, Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs. M. 11. Whitney, Mrs. Col. Oreeey, Mrs. Mary F.Creecy, Mrs. J. Qalt, Mrs. Dr. Bliss. Mrs. M. a Hart, Miss Mary Whlul) advisory committee, Mrs. i. uus. airs. aion. namuei iiooper. sirs. li. D. Cooke, Mrs. Jeokln Thomas, Mrs. Rerv. Macruder. Messrs. Doouttle and Genrewer wsre added to the committee to make ar- rangemsnu ior a public meetug. GsoaeiTOWir Naws. The Republicans ef Georgetown are actively engaged la prepar ing for the oomlngmnuiclpal campaign, aed the registration, which commences to-morrow, will Had the colored cltlxeus fully or ganised for a thorough registry of all enti tled to rote. A stencil dealer from this city named Wm. II. Coaks,was yesUrday fined 930 by Jas tlce Backey, for plying his vocation without having first obufned the necessary town license. Five shares of the Potomac Insurance Company's stock was sold yesterday by Job. J.Bogao,atll.31. Tbe steamer John Gibson arrived yester day afternoon, with a full cargo to District merchants. James .L. Owens, an old and wall known citizen, died yesterday morning, at tbe age of sixty. The deceased waa ume-clerk of tne wasningioa and ueorgetown street rau- Tub Hamas Corpus ajid tu Militaat. The soldier, John Carey, was before Jadge Fisher oa Monday afternoon, brought thither by a writ of Aooeas corpus addressed lo Gen. Ramsay, commandant of tho Washington confined on tbe charge of assault and bat tery wun intent to am, oy snootlog George W, Doane on or about the istn of Jannarr. Mr. J. Belt Adams, for the prisonsr, made' a motion for his discharge from the custody of toe nuitevrT, oa too groana tnat tne ouence was a civil one. and the motion was com- batted by Mr. Lovejoy, asslsUat district at torney. The Court held that the offisnea having been committed at a mlllury post, ana noiu paruee oeiogio tae united suits service, the military had Jurisdiction, aad auerwore renianeae pr-Maer (D eat. tody of the mlllUry. lie will be tried by court-martial. Mixbd ScaooLa Aworma Colohid Ar rucAVT. At the disorderly meeting on Wednesday evening last, Charley PeUra, the commissioner oftfae Beeondward, suted that he had procured UckeU, and Intended to send his children to one or the white schools. Monday afternoon the threat waa put Into execution by the presenUtlon of bis son to Miss Fanny Brown, teacher or one oi toe primary scnoois ia tna rranutn acoooi ouuaiog. ine cmiawas accompa nied bv lu mother, who was nolltalr la. formed by the teacher that the school was already full, and quIU a largo number were awaiuoa; aamieaion, wnose permiuwerooo file, aad that he woold have to wait bla turn. Having received thla sUte meat tbe mother and child departed, D aows id. About 11 o'clock p. m. an Monday night Wm. IUllord, paymaster's clerk, while going on board his vessel, the Tallapoosa, at ths navy yard, slipped from the gangplank Into the water, and before asslsuuoe could be rendered was drowned. His body was found yesterday morning near the bow of the vessel. Dr. W. W. Potter, coroner, being notified, attended with Dr. i oaa, wno tnaao.a post mortem examination. A Jury, of which Chas. R. Joyce was fore- uinn, were wytn, aim iHr eu.uui.iog uj, Todd and other witnesses, the verdict was tnat tae aeceasea came to ms death by accidental drowning." Tne Forqbo Obdbb Cass. Yesterday afternoon the complalnU against Isaiah Beckett and W, Miles, charged with forg log and passing corporattou orders, with the name of Henry D. Gnnoell. commls sloner or the Seventh ward, attached there to, were osara Deiore wasuce waiter, wun L. G. Hloe, esq , for the prosecution, and J. E. Norrts and son for the defence. After hearing tbe testimony of several witnesses. ths Justice held the accused la the sum of 92w each ror their appearance at court. TlUriRAUCB AWOKO TUB BOLDIESS. A Umporance meeting was held Mooday night at the post of battery "F," fifth United flutes artillery. There was a very good at tendance, and tout abstinence Is evidently la good progress among them. The meeting n.um,Hwv emi. vajuuiv, si , ui attn , and Mr. U.N. Rothery, who also sad his UlUe girls with him, who sungiome tem- perance eongs, adding very much to tbe la- ureal of the occasion. - Arrxii.TAkiN. It will be remembered that Miss Emma V. Brown obtained Judg ment before Justice Chase against the board or co'ored school trustees for a balance of 170, due her as salary as teacher lo tbe grammar school oa Capitol Hill, some time since. Notice of appeal was given at the tlmcjadgment was rendered, and yesUrday the case was entered on the appeal docket of the Circuit Court. Z. .. a,0"" """"Tl110 Wf ) Baum. chanted by Adolphus Johnson, col- ored. with illegally detaining a watch be-1 longing to complainant, waa beard, before! Jusuco waiter yesieraay morning, u. u Hlne, esq . appeared for the defence, and after hearing tbe Ustlmony the Jostles dls milled the case. -" .'"-ofjreeon. j .T-n".I"x"""?1 th. hnrnlng of wgj-. aenc. was occupied uy a nacxman namea v. A bO( Downey, and owned by A. B. Btoughton. 1MS, esw. Obfbtam AsrLV-f Abwivbesabt Tbe au nsal meeting of tbe Washington Orphan. Asylum will be held tbU evening at the 04- vary Baptist church. Tbe services promise ta lut aaaajinlv lnUrestlnr. and a fall crm. gregaUon will uqdoqbtedly be prcacot. j FintT Wlxn la-vrMmafju. Last nlcht a meeting of Republican voters of the First ward was called at the Stevens' school-home on Twenty-first street for the purpose of or ganUlng a First ward Republican Invincible The meellnr was nrealdad orr h Mr. Thomas Martin, and John M, Washington Th hall . nmtAA 1a It. nlmut aan. . ctly,andMr. Alfred Jones said lr aay per Km) came to tne meeting ior tne purpose or acting In a disorderly manner, the polloe had Instructions to eject them. Mr. Martin thea briefly addressed tbe meeting, eay In g that Its object were not to oppose Republlcaolsm or the party or froe- aom, ana wan tne utno arrives we will show by our votes that we have elected those to office who will represent onr Interest, which Is not tho case at present. Cornelius Clark said he was present as a trne Renabliean. bat that he had bean trut. ed badly by those whom he had elevated to power, and he now desired to lend his aid In tbe direction or reform, especially in the First ward. He wauled to see men la office who will not "go back" oa the party after election. He wanted reform and retrench ment, bat did not condemn Mayor Bowen, notwithstanding It had been asserted that the First ward Republicans had dooo so. Ue extended to those present who hod not aeciaea now to act in tneapproaomog muni cipal campaign the right hand of fellowship. assuring ineu tuat au woaia do wen The secretary then read a draft of tho constitution for the guidance of the clnb, which waa adopted, and lovl-ed signatures thereto. Some two hundred enrolled their names as members, making la tho aggregate six nunarea iince sue inception oi toe ciao. Ur. Alfred Jo&aa waa araln called on. and said that he had been called upon to rent tae nait to a liepuuucaa ciuo, ana ne felt satisfied with tbe result. Tbe club was ta sympathy with the property-holders of tne wara, ana wouia ne respectea oy eoiu white and black. He was a thorough. Re publican, bet he would not fee anyone to bo a Republican. He had no objections to others noting meetings aowa tne street. If they wanted a territorial government, let them advocate lti but hi woe opposed to Dreasaor up meetings. At this point Peter O'Day became unruly, and the police ejected blm. Charlea firahaz aald ha callod on Mr. Jones la reference to renting the hall on Monday night, for another meeting, built was refused on tbe ground that another committee bad called on, him, and eogagod the ball. Jones, be said, refuted tbe hall on that occasion to as good Republicans aa he or aay one prtsont, and he waa prepared to say that Mr. Jonse acted oa selfish motives. He could say things of Mr Jones that would damn him la this commanlty. Mr. Sypbax was called to ordor, aftor which Mr. Thomas J. Harris Introduced tho folio win gt . Whereas the tine ! whan the eltliens f Waihlaxtoa will be sailed unoa to eeleet mlt able penoes to fill high aod honorabls peal. II...I. It. AArtuirttlnBI HM.ll Ih M LpaUlsaa of Ue riret ward mpeetfullr IN nniniiT r -- r- .- -. the IHiirtl tfee rital leiportaaes of tlettlnc ee but Ifeoss beat qnsllfled to fill the poal tloae.snd whoiepollileatfiltllty to the prln slpleeof the Republican party is above sus- JIIHill , aua. ... Ji aiamnvi u. IW- party Mr. Taverns said he was not ready for the aaeatlon. as there were two Republican clubs la the ward, and how could two seU or nom inees be Indorsed. The Chair. We are In the maior.tr. and majorities always rule. When the conven tion makes lu nominations, they will be sup ported by all true Republicans. tax. ivoocn iuooiod, council mail irom the First ward, endeavored to address the meetlnr. but he was ruled out or order be cause he refused to become a member or the club. Amid disorder the question was put, and the resolution unanimously adopud. The following committees were then an nounced! Executive Committee -. Joelea Bouldlo, All red rfgo, Bniu mi. iMiwiru u. Breok,Wm. M. Schooler, Bandy Lacy, John K. I'UrK. Financial Committee Wm, A. Freeman, Adam Hiaes. Perrr Wilson. Wm. II. New man, Thomas J. Harris, George McGlae, David Warn st. Campaign Committee John F Cook, Walter Jackson, John N. Clark. Henry Johnson, Suven W Tlbbs John L. Webster, Charlea II. Lennox, Richard Brown. B. F Grant,' Gerdoa Snowdea, Gilbert L. Joy, waiter wmte, ueov uemson, nuiiam u Gray, Albeit S. GrauL A motion was made to sasrcnd tbe roles. for the purpose of hearing remarks from M. TbutnpeoD. The motion was agreed to, and Mr. Thompson said he thanked the meeting for the courtesy exUnded, but be could not sign the constitution because he did not under- sund the reasons for the present,formatlon of the club. He has labored for years for tbe success or tbe Republican party, and thought tbe present attempt to form a new club was wrong andpnopportune. He asked what the neceeelty was now to create dissension, when the DetnocraU throughout the city were shouting over the quarrels. If nimborwas not tne cooice oi a majority oi tne if epuou cans of the ward as president of tbe First ward club, why set up a new klngdomt Secession accomplished nothing but slo, and he wanted it well understood that those who lead the van to-night will have nothing to lose ia tna event or oereati nut moee or we race wno- now no.d positions under the Government will be onsLad. Ia reference to the resolatkms J ast adopted, u lutiu.rvu o mraiu uotonmuo woo were the recuiar nominee at the eanventlnn. u two seu of delegate would no doubt be aeot to tbe convention, and after quarreling among themselves would break up, aod the opposition would be tbe gainer thereby. He had'hutoaeloUrestat heart, and that was the success of tbe party to which he be longed. Mr. Alfred Jones. Pour as much cold waUr on our heads as you please,the colored man's head Is greasy and Democratic waUr will not stick. Laughter and applause.) Mr Alfred Pay said he saw before him tne true representatives or tne Republican Sarty of the First ward. He could see no anfer ahead, and he hoped all Republican voters of the ward would come forward and battlo In the good cause that the Republi cans of the First ward will be a success, whether their enemies would have It so or not. Ue hoped every man presout would form hlmselr Into a committee of the whole, aod enlist co-operation la the cause of Re publicans. Wm- A. Freeman said ho was glad to see proeent tna true representative oi tne Re publican party of tbe ward, not contractors, ward commissioners, strikers and cl lanes. He was sorry that tho represeoUltro of the wara in tue vouncu, iir. inompsoo, ro. eerded the present as a secession moramnnt. How often has he boea at the meetings of tho want .auuji itas no met uis constituency u nmiu wocuu.i einco uis ClOC.ioni A Voice. "Shoo fljl" Mr. Freeman continuing, said Hlmber nod advocated a territorial form or govern men! at a late meeting, and those who ad voeated such doctrines would wrest the bal. lot from tbe colored man. I r Republicans go to the ballot box. there can be no defoet. Before concluding. Mr. C. Syphex rose to a personal explanation, and after the pas sage of a war of words, on motion! tho ujwwl aujviuuvu witt turcv tuoers. No acoosatb m can be Insured where one person Ukes the measures and another persons cou a garment. Any first-class cut Ur knowshe difficulty of coltlog clothing tor a person wnom ne nas aerer seen, ior tbe measures required to be Ukeu by the cotter's rule are an Insufficient guide, as It U necessary to vary from the rule la nearly every Instance. At the Oak Hall Merchant Tailoring JtiuhUshmcnt, wa Bevcnin street, opposlu the post office, the person who Ukes a perfect fit) aad as for ifyU, tbey have Just secured the services of of Frank G. Dodge, itM i dvmiwj, nw vi, idu in mil. Inz as stvllsh apparel, as can be produced in America. Oak llall. Barbour & Co., 6J5 DTentu eirevt uj'pueiie jme ouico. g 1 wish, sati oxb who has tested Its mer IU, and who consequently speaks from per sonal experience, that Uofrs Malt Extract nugntcomo into universal use, as it menu tbe preference over all tonics of the day, and li splendid as a Uble drink This celebrated preparation serves as an excellent strength ening beverage, a delightful tonic, and a pleasant remedy for disorders of tbe throat, cbest, longs and stomach. BOia py au aruggtsu ana grocers, eoa Bsxr-ADVBUTiSBT). Phalon'e "Vital, or Salvation for the Hair," carries with it Its own best advertisement. As the light shines through ths bottle you see that the liquid is clear as the asure of h raven You smell it and find the odor agreeable, You apply It au it cuaugDe ktoj unir to any natural shade without sollfnir tbe scalD or prodaclnr headache. Nothing can be more harmless. Davis, No. uOl Market Bpace, corner of I Eighth street, offsrs for Bale a Due lot of UlCS cvg goods and fiowercat prices to lult thoUmes, j Tfl(ff,, ta.rr. Fboh rtl w.lurath.tth.ilrlk.tmim( lb. roloeri nd oixrmUTee it L. Cnuot hie coded and order lu, bMa netor CniBiu TBOtimir, .a Amtrlcs .id mtrchtnt, committed etleld, , Bruford, Torkiblre, Eeflind, on XoodT ln I At tin mattcll eloctlon tell .IWtaM'. Inj, V, on MondiJ. tn. cltliene' ticket wm elected oiot ttie rtpiUr Deaocntlo nominee. A lAivt of one bnndrod gnn, wm Cn& In the Dark .1 Richmond Jeitenl.y, In honor of th. .dmlHlon of Vlrftnlk About Ore thoneand preone vera preeeat, two third. b( whom were colored National Hag, were railed on th. ctutoni'hoaie and capitol. QoTeroor Walker epok. a hit mlnnteii con gratalatloic th. people on tb. adraleilon. an1 n.ta.4t.l.a. a i.lAlAMa 4N.atAa fr. Vt,a-lntaf and predlctlnir a erlorious future for Vlrrlnlal A colored Conservative aad a number of col ored RsDnblloans made tMlltWl aneechee. the burden of the laUer being that If the State did not follow the spirit of the recoo siruotloa ecu she would be put back as a aVITlrUr. Otrn news from flnaln huar Uailrlrl ialA of yesterday, and State that a proposition .unite exclusion ot sue nouse or iMmrDOUS from the Spanish throne came before the Constituent Cortes yesterday for final ac tion, and was the occasion of an exciting de bate. General Prim participated, aad made a personal statement, la the course of his remarks he declared the proposition unjust to exclude all Bourbons. He desired to ex plain that his words were not designed par tlcularlyto favor tbe Duke of Montpeasler. He would go with the majority, whoever might be chosen. At length a vote was reached, aod the proposal was rejected by a large majority yeas 88, nays 151. LOCAL NOTICES. Tna Hint, 8cm, ahd Fac. Dr. B. C Perry, Dermatologist. 49 Bond street, New York. ( founder of the derma totozleal sci ence la this country,) treats with special prescriptions falling loss, and untimely gray nair, oanaruu, ucniog, ecxnna, ring worm, and all cutaneous and other diseases which deatroT tbe balr. The Doctor nm by personal attention, moles and wens with out cmiing, pain, or scan, aiso unnaiara red noses aod all eruptions upon the face. Beno ior interrogatory circulars. For the efficacy ot Dr Perry's treatment, ne retpecuuiiy reiers tne citiiens or wain- lngtou to Mf, 11 A. Resley, No, 00 Pennsyt- vanla avenue. jaxi-eoui Rxxrt Havb at Last Comb Doww, Tod cab rent two large halls la Woodward's Building for 933 and $35 per month. Now Is the best Urns lo avail yourself of such a good opportunity, one that Will probably never be offered again. Apply Immediately to C. Woodward. No. 703 Eleventh street, between G and II. eo-4t Tan WABWfifOTOH crrr Baviitos BABKt corner Seventh street aod Louisiana avenue, ts open froni fliSO to TiSO every Baturdayeve nlng. Id addition to IU regular bankloe hours. It pays Interest on deposlU. 81 J Wilcox A Oras's Bswrso Micann, proi nouocwj ma etmpieet ana noiseieas macnioe In tbe world, can now be bought oa easy terms at the aeencv. C. Beam's noonskh-i and Corset Factory, 815 Seventh Street, be wu v aui, A..1 a TnuuBwlIlbeamass-meeUnirof ihecltl. sens of the Seventh ward at Island Hall this evening at 7.30,touke; action ontbepro- -V3TO tVMlMHUtl JtW VfUUiCU., FiasT-cx.AU BOAJtsnia at 4S-3 Twelfth street, oetweea u and u. pBOrOSiLI Mp!JJtJ Tf LOrMAHD FoerOrrici Dsrisrasfr, Sealed Preeoaals rr H "SUmi4 para" waiaa lata vepanawei mav rvqatra ditias gre I- rean,eommsaela lit e( JIy,lSX), Tawrao auvxLorxB, Hsle sit, Vi by t lackss, of w.U He 1 ana fle t pSlaary IsUsr slse, S l-Uby eiwaue, . caaerr, er arssm eolared mi arte aah preperttea ef eltbar as sssr be ertH ,Uri aalrad no. S. Tell IstUralsr. (nan TjDi'lti1,wt samd enCsp, for MTOalsr,)SV,rnJileBM. o? Us aane telora es Me t. aad ender a like eoaeltle as te Ike prevor- ll e( e 'VeU IstUr sits. IV by IUshes, ef aame I He t, aai neder Ilka eeadlUoi a to ne a. , Solere as tna Xxira Utwr slsa. (eat uoihJ la. l! IH b j (ba, at Mm eelvrs aa I iitnlifi.) s, aad aadef e4lUsas tethe proper.! Vo ft. XitraltUr.lM.lbTlVli.of ssursaalte t. aa nadsr a like conililoa es U praporila nfeeh. . ae. 7 ub,ii u, i'( by P'i Uahea, or eame rolersssBe 1, sad mad.ra like ouadJdea sate tb proportion re, M S. aalr ffl-Ul flia, Vi r H laakes. et anaeolsra as ft. S. aad enda ellke seadlUe es ta la propnttloeef oath. .... .,,,--W''BKVrHArFklJ. 9 ? F '"t w ( er maallle paper, AtllbeabeTeeaTalepM aad wiappnle aam.S With Milan .taninala..1i SBaaula trlee, and ssler. aad le bear aaah prtatlac e Ue Ue,aa to be made la ko men thoreech Maer, v.' v?.' ff"t quiiir, maaaiacisr evpO' lJlrrlka pnrpe wlik iMhviur marks ei thr erUa ie pree eat leattatlo as Ike Ietnu tarOaatrel mar dlrct. TkeeaTalenaa te a lkararklv amd Mrfaail rnamd, Ue npalir ea Ike tae asp or eash (ezeapt aal 1. Ihaa kAlf kb israiraeiaraiie ne paisa lie. lawi.iaiqi baeaamMdnatl tkeatUreUaflk. Tb wrapparste Allalopaasd wr All uta ttnu afeJ ... miiV. t...JJ I- parMlieMweatT ate. aadtra ..." " r"V.7 " ."r ."."" --"., keerd er straw bosM,oaak leeoataU eel leae thea '"'"'i '7 va, aaa paciae i aireac peat- sua. aaeo eSlalslalK aaisi an, separately. Tbeeawapaparwrappare k peaked In knaa I eealaln eet laae Ue Iwe r.r aiwi mr Wll .pped aad aealtd.er sees Tka aaa ar Ia ka israly taaiaaed I sireae piseula paper, aeaa teaaTalykear tnejeeruUon iuitrapfr.N.1 mall lor dell sor r -r wwa.w. Mfr raainiBMora. aa iw Ikoeaaad er more eavalope are reqalred te BIlUi tkoaaead er more eavalepas are reqalred te 811 tea erdar of a mtnwltr, tae straw or peaieboard kesaa eeetelalaa- Ika aataa mui k lu.tU I. trus . . vuiairappae w oopiro BdadroadbBlwkaolM Uaalwe thoeeaa are. reqalred prapar tabalsef dlreollan, U befes ZtVizi ? ' ' I" Ofpar'm-. meal be pl4a4 pa a eaak rackaie it (be eeatraaUr J?t.t! ?! ?' oeselopaeerwrappare j-VfTi'iPt'T iS "al-sr-awe. met. he pre. atM end dolltared with all ra.aAla dlntatobTeemr Plata la all rsspaata raadr for na. aad In aaah o( poatnaaiaraiUe dallvorlaa u be mdllkr at Ike Pel OBaa Dapertmaal, Wa.hlealeaTD. O "or el lb etSae o ea aieal dely aatherlawl le tavpeet .''!,k,.mtt,,A-k s4ee of dellrorp e be at tbs opi o ef Ue roaiaattor Oaaorel. a.i Ifca m ef daMrertss, as wall as all aspeaae er peak L'Wii'iVj" ,.bll- waler-preeflsf, te Hiddtra are aotliad that the Dopartmset will re aalie. a a eoadllloB f th iiml tk.t ik. .. Tolopoa and wrsppore skall foa -aaaataat-iMd aad atorod la aach leaaHsraa to later eaenrttr afalaat Iota br lr er theft, The ntaa of attar t msalalalltlmas beaakJHt te tbe lat-eUea of ". " " -7"" a,, wav wm rqra the tllsUeaorUs eesusat te be Miff all p. The dies for embeealaf the poatsge sUmps e Ueeavslopoaais wrsppars ere to bo siaeeiad le f - - avi.va yi aa arwrDaiaa( uin betlairls, aad.tbty ereleeeprosMad. aailoeefthsPesimaaui Oaaeral, li eaaiairia. eaatBay ereiek aad kept (a ordsr el tka esp e M 0 ia Vfparin.oat reMrt-a ike tlikt of raealrUc W dtaa lti lintlBN. A aaanlaatlnaa iJ HBP.IHHW , aat rsaase(elea er solera, akall ke made wlUenteaUeakari. w. r..ii.i..vi i.iikaam fi,w,pi t new U naa mar k aeaa al aay ef tke prtati. fiiivi.i ipi,inii erenoi toe. ardaj as Ue atria aad eaaUir la4bpUeDs tmoataanstaaaardforlkenaw eoetrsott bid ' ,Brair iBTiiae te t'.Btu aampiaaw oineraa dlBa-eat qaallilaa aaC --., leeiadltf Iks paper proposed, sswoll aa tke maaaraaiarad eetoiupM. wteppere sad botes, aad tasks tselr Tbe easiraal will he avapM te Ike fcUdtl wkoaaprpoal,eiikonhU besot lbs towotl. Is aoaalaaraa Baa.l aata.ti.ua.l. Ik. n.u..i Ublei lalo sereeal ilia prloM, aaailtr ef Ik rM- rli. workuaaablp, aad tk taflalaatr end abllt, y of U blddar U ntaaefaetaraaad dsilf ar tb on salopaa aad wrappar la aeeordeaoe with tke Krms of tkla ad?artuemati aa4 neprepeeal will conaldtredoalea aaoompealad ky a samalaal aad avallafaoiorp f aaraato. Tka Foalnaaaur Oee oral aloe marrta tke rishl to -alaataay and ell uiaa.il aastaiaasmvetuietAtareais 0 ta uer1 TBDtalrlolrlL Kafere slaalaf eoslraat Ike oeaseufalhUdar may lroqalradtepiarsreaewdlM, aad aahmlt iiaii'i...iuaa isaraui m vr Ia rtUUT DISS MAI O MAT SOTBB OOBTIVSe . Hoedt with approved aae aaSlawel eratlaa, I thaaaataf till bl) arlll Lat.oalraJ taw Ika rat Ik. fal parforniaaae of Ike ao at rati, aa roqalred by tke HTiiit.il. e.iiigi at um vi i;g,r,u, i)ii BhtvadikaSMkar Aara.t.lMLtad feriaaataaaSai aald esairaat will be madsqesruilr, ((r proper BdlBtlraaBl af aaiaiiLa. b fuatattiar Uaiaral roarvslehtmaelf th to say parly wke akall be. ta Ue eplelaa I'ottnaaiar Uaaaral, ! akie le fais taUreof Ibaa Ika erlslsalsealr l la alae rotarroJ to aaaal Ue rlihl i a fallai tkainnibar ef evlopsef dlafareal stis,ad of wrappers laanad to ivMlmtttart darlaf ihslMsl year sndod Jen 90 1M, was as follows, vlsi So.l. Boto tlit-I.lH 000 o L Ordlssry letter sli (sot htrstefeiS etaa I .? l,allUtIsrsli,(asxanin.d,f'rslreUrsh-' R lUHninriut-vitaoftOJU i JsVif ""'iiastnninsd,for slrsn I a r a 9t3, iiw. o 8. ijrtraUttsrilio-d.lM.eoO, No a Ktlraetlelalslie-l.TOa, Wrtpptrt-S, Mtt.ua. Bids ahoold bs aearal ly eaTtlopadaad taaltd. u: mA la lhaTM.l 1 loel Ofl.ee Daparlmaat, sflei, ll i J0n A. J. ClUWIUt foaWaataa Ua L jail sold atlaa ef pi natai lulkaaall Ira afarrtll April, JftM, for en Imprevemeal Ieaanai aa watrrri.i , I la rdr4 Ike, e Mtt.1 rSsx'sJlvvii ItB for .H.e ifv.H ,.1B, li.Ml.ar'1 r. fii uiil.iiMim.. Mtui.a.U.naa.r.i XerpOToa ,r.pj ."Li. -.... ul. 'ilCTSHta I im-wn eeldeuees ef eetei e Keprex eeatatlvesiB waenianew. The fotlowlag Benators and RepresenU. tlvcs are now la Uo city for the whiter. We will be obliged to members who will in form us of their pUees of residence imme dlately upon their arrival Ifi tn c-J SIMATOaS. ,, . .... Oolfai,IIea. Sehoylsr, VteePrssldsetef the USllSd HiaiCS.I laiarv.ie Duai-. Abbott, J. O . K. 0. SOS llth st. Anthony, It.Il.R. Ii WilUrdi', Ilaekleihsai, W. A ,Ooaa. 410 fifteenth St. grownlow.W.O-.Taae .SNortl. Alt, oreeian. A. I, Weal Va, HI. Charles hotel. Uattell, i. t , K. J., M K at. O handler, 7. ,Mlihrt Ul II st. Ooakllof , Hoaeoe, N . T , Ml ltlh St. Cameron, 8 , Pa , Whitney's Hotel. Oracle, A. 1L, It, II , Ht. Janes. Casaerly, Eucene, Oaltftrita, MasssshOSStts avenue, near Foarteenth street, Oarpsnter, Halt. 11 WlijNo. a, iU st. . Cele, Uerasllns,OaU eu I street, Used 14. Oorbett.lt W .Omtoo.WUtaat , Eaedjr. Drake, O. D , Mo , s E street, sth aad Ith. Iavts,a,Ky,SllBdleeaveBae. Edmonds, o'Ya VU " aeaf Vt air. Fowler, J. B-Tean-4T Estrsst,llhsnasthi rsrry.u. Buoon.wMua., , 01lbert,A, naKtloatheUl. Howard. J. . mien eiat '" Harrls,J. B . la-Washiotoa House. Howarij MMleh .tetethsj. (larlaeTfaS. .la. 104 if st- bet. "ftadLUtb. Howe, T, O , Via, ns I street. ITU aod llth. viir vr.f.. i. willatda'lletsL Merrill, , I. M , Ms , WlUatda llottl. M60reery.T.O,Ky4NorthABt. Morton. O. P- Indiana. rlaUoial Hottl. Merrill, J. B , Vfc., SflO O St., bet. H aad Sib. Norton, I). H, Mlan-irt USb Oaberne, T. W. Florida, Ebbltl Ileus. Pattersoe, J. W.. N. H see Sth st. Pratt, D. D , Iadl 14 U st south, Ponerov, S. O Kansas, IU It st. aad VI. a v. Rise, lleaj. F., Ark4 HetropolIUa. Sobertaoe, T. J- 8. 0 , Ebbltl House. ose, K. J , Kid.-, sot 11 street aotlh RAUsey, Alsx-Ml-ota, IfatioaallleUI. Swyer,P. A.n.cses Fetreet. Bpracne, VT H. L, eorner oi sth aad K st. Busmen, J., Ohio, in K sU, lllh aad Uta Btosktoa.J.PN.J-eMVt TUaa4I. Spsocsr, Geo. E., Alabama, WUUtds'. Seott, J- psnn , TS Fayetie stOeorertews. seburs.O.; Mo!, Utrat bet. loth and list. Sunner, G., Mass . sor. Vt. av. aad H St. ISauliburyvW , VU Jenaess Hoot. SlewsrtW. it . lvada,xeo F at. Thayr,J.M-Nsraska,iW30st. Thnrman, A. O , Ohio. Mstropelltan HeUU Tipton, T. ffn rl ebresV ST0 M street. Trunball,L.liii,setrirslBtreelsast. Wllley, W.T WestVa-eer.Mo ar. and Wit. Warier, WlAlatani,S04F street. . . Wimatni.a. II .Oregon, national no sl trilsoa.Heorr. Msss Washlngtoa House. Yelea, uisasM, 1U-4 as. j it Xrtnstreni KiriHIITtTKH, . lUT L. It- Fa.. WillardsVUolsl. AliuoD.wm.lUlotv.a.wilisrdi'i Asper,J.r,MlssonTittV roarin . Xxtsll, 8. H , OalUornle.su Elevsnth stteet. AJell,.M,TeontlBontfcOst Ambler. J. aT.UHO. SS Em! Oapltel St. Adami,II.Uso.M.,Kr., Wlllards Ames, usaea. nui , eor. ?- - Arehsf, r . Md; dasparts' hotel. Ilesk. J. It . Ky , SxaTklrtesnth street. pialVe, li". b-, B. II. B , SOS ltth, II aad I. blnchem. J. A-olio, Wiblttoa Home, tin tier, if F., Nsss.eer.lltbaadl sts. Hoyd, B. II , ifw-jj W- Sth st. Bally, A. U . If. T., SOS ltth at. Bumnr.oo.Jas , MsssXM F st llurahard. H. O-. 11L.S11 Sd at. tleamanJF. t b, SU Jsrots Hotel. Uurr, A. O . IU, Kllkwood Houi. Iloyd, 8- Missouri, 403 Ponrth street. Ooeuro, John, ladA It Indian avonne. 8oek,u.o-nusoraat ruee. , owlea, O. W.rN. Y., Sit U street. , glereJand.OH.J eor Id and! sis. obh, A-Wli I. L V. , , A Ooburn, Joke, I sd., SI Iidlaes aVbbkl Oorod, Joha, P.t vrillsrd1 MotsL. Uessna, John, Pa, Jenorte Uoeae. OuXlom.S. Mg 111., SU Thirteenth street. Orsba, i. M, IuIaels,lrIetropollUa UoUL Clark, B-, Kaatas. United State llotot . Davkl, J. IU Weak V., St. James UoleL Ivl.N oah, N. Th Ehbtll lions. ."-jfr." ".-Rrt fveii FiUh, Tho. Wer-1 Daddlnrtaa Plaee O. U. uarneia.j. a unto, cor uiniiaiiuMit. Oeti, J, 1, Pa , Winards Hotel. OlLfllAB, a, W Pa , Ebbltt House. Saw lay, J. B., IH-, B V St. ot,ri Xaa , UtAbX Thlrteeath street Hemlll,PwHd..Usp4rU'fcotel.i i Usmblston, B4 at , UaspMls' hotsl, Hamblston, B4 hi ilaspMl H an U ton, O, M . Pia., 17 La i im tTfittP, WAhlntM llease. ftawnine, J. it itntnniiDinn itoBav, Htoa, Dl,K. Uarediaa. Whltnsya Hotel. lui.Joaa,N J-KbktliHoes. iaaaeiamj,At.Je,reBaiaaa luntiiwir. Hooper, S .Mass , eor.ltth and U sts. onrvoil, U J alilduiBaiiM vm aiiaat. trVOll, U J , alilduiBiiM vm aiiaat, asoa, Js ,Ual.,SU Eleventh st. ee,A.U.,N OUWEattOapitolsl. d. WermanUllI.iSllltkit. . Jeaea, Jnald.l K etc hum j J. im.J. UU, H x., wiitai , W.lCN.YWaahtni ;W,D.Peaa,xOeli K.a,lB(tlana,8SMlaM Wlllarda' Hotel. KSlecy, i sabtDftoa Uouso, Kerr, it, iiteireei. Mlisonrl arena. IXfa-SB, Joha A., UU Ureal l. . Leftwlteb, J, W.,Teno .Metropolitan. Iwreaoa. wnOhlo. WathlatrtonHoua I.1IDU , ttrnpailta(. Dhlo,wahl(tonHouM. i- Iowa, national Hotel. Loughrldge, Was., Iowa, national Hotel. j.TDta, jno ntatwutirtfi . MUrTT, fieo. VTH Iowa, 481 H atrset. McCarthy. Ifenals, H Y. tee Vermont ave. noore, j, u iii cw x st - rJ --o .am. Moarew, J. 0 , W.Veor d at. and Mo. ay. Mayaarrf. H , Ton net tee, national HoleU Merenr, U, Pa- ArlUctea House. Klbleeh, W CL US Heall st- Oeertstowaj O'Nlell, O., Pel MT O at Orth, a. 8 , Iadlsna, sis 11 tire t. Packard, J , 99 O st- bet Sth aad 10th. Palmer, F. W Iowa, SOS Ith st. Pomeroy. Chat , low. Ml Fee, aveaue, Prosser.Wm. F- Teua., IIS M. street, Phelpe.D ,, Pa-Kirk wood Honae, Palne,U. E-. Wl.,41fl uth St. Pasksr, J. U , PaH VVhUnej'e Poland, I. P- Vt , Ko. 4 A street trerth. PotUr, U. M;N. Yi IN U bet.SOtk aad list. Headlnc, J, R , P,. Ml N. Y. aveno. RoberUoa, W. IU ft Y., Wlllsrda Hotel, Rise, John II., Ky , Metropolitan Hotel. Hoc ere, A. A. U . Atk , 4T Thirteenth st Kmltb.Vra U.Vt-.taS I street fiUreasoa.J. E Ohio, no S Madison Plsse Btereasoo, Job U, Ohio, no t Madlsoa Plaee. Smith, VrJ Offion, H. eoraar of Sixth. Barxeet, Aaron A, OalUornla, 119 E street. Shanks, J, P. to, led., IT Krth A street, Myphsr, J, Ul Ioulslana, iltTweina street. Starkweather, H. U Oee , tbfcltt Uonst. Smith, Jos. S . Orct SB3 O r Smyth, Wm .low. National HeteU Smith, Wm, J ,Tna , Empire Ilooae. Btokee. Wm. llL Teen., Sit etb st, Hebeask, B. U., Ohto, Lbbltt Ileus. . Slons, F, Md- Ualoa Hotel, (Qeory stowa ) Stout htoo, VT. I-. MlsbSt Jamea Hotel. Smith, W. U , VI, SSS I at. Stewart,T. ri, N. Y- vTlHrdHtet Sheldoe, Porter, N Y Ebbltt Hobs. RtratuT. J. I.- CVian-. ILL Mlt liana. ?wlshll,07MtS,M4Ut. Illman, .Tenv- S Iraddlnxtea Plass,0, II, TJpeen, W.HUhle, 439 10th st. Van Tramp, P-Ohio, 4SS Teath street. Vaa Horn. ft. T , Mo-Klrkweed Hous. Wallace, A, S , ft. O , Kirk wood llouio Wttober, J. S , West Ve- St Jams Hoist. v uonroier, Joya, ny- aaeiropouiaB. WhtUemore, B. V , H U eor. 4th aad D at. wmcd,O.W-VtNo SAalreeUerth. Wllaoa, E. M-UI,4AI E atreet.' wood, K N. Y., ruteeath aod I streets. Wells, Lrsstus. Ko , HetropolIUa. Woodward. . W-Pa , MO H. J, av Washbur,U.O,wlseeaBlB,ArllStonhtl. WllkUsoa.M.H-Ulna, Katloaal Hotel, WlllUms, W., XoU 49 North A at. DBLBOATae Bradford, A. A, Colorado, Natloaal Hot!. Uavaaaugh, J. M , Montaa, St Jam Hotel. Oarnide,H,Watbletoa,T-MUth street. Bhafer, J. K Idaho, WlUarda Hotel. Splak.S I, Dakota National Hotel. MeOormlafc, Rl hard ,161 V etbet lllh at tit h . Wine and Liquor. CHAMPAGNE CH5 Farrc, Reims. APPOINTED TO FURNISH &$$, " 18S5 GREIT UNIVERSU EXHIBITION BnXEBT IIOI'MKITX, TDI IKTC MkU. TIIT UB CABIBET, AHD auno tin KuorniE. 41, atr Wlo drST hMntl. kaon ta tali atr. and thnfb ia. waou 9i ia. uata, 6WM;iutaruilM4hB N. W. DURCHELL, C.l4lmtaaitAU,U4BbbfllUr--a. J. 0. WELSH. Sob Asent efthe heeee la Halm. B..rlul B. 0. Mir M H. 1 ,.v..'l JlII.U,I,fc. K,MrW. tM.f w.alr-r.irth I.T 4 t.labrMrtad iro ta tlof the eaaae mtaUoaed, ri.1 nwt I. U ' ... .'.Vn'W ;rrr U.raM a. u.w. on or Won ia, sil r.bre.rr ...It hiiUh . Mipr .r i.t i or kefoi lr or Xakraarv aaati nraaUad a aon ar tnta in W laaerjyd 1 e awpeer prlaUS aad eathef Ibraetaaaaaal? weaka erlor toasleSay, Tka rarwrt almaaa tka acaiMiBl tit aala t klaY . a. . oil. )uTrT . UT..MVT TmIi m'i. MIIOI. Cl.tt lU-TU rpo ALL WHOM IT alAT COKCMI rT.iaieriFtl1g,,Ja,,lB; iiailTiJf. I'BTIB, SVaJ4 " mekey.u. JrH wiuerae'iu Fisher, Joha.tr Y-110 F. bet llth and llth FlakelBburr.O. A7 Uo . VT B at. north, w.M.Ibb. II A . HTIa .aaaiith at. VaH.anrla. l.ka P.llia aft. Oo,"-.