WASHINGTON CITY D. 0., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2ft 1870.
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Ruiuiiau I t It UlalM (k I.!
lealhwast eiratr of PeaBiylvaila ayea sad
U'rank alreel. Star OflM BalUlag.
GO0PIK ft LATlfcflH,
BT URBKJff a WILLIAM,
Aoetfoaeers and Real Eetet nrokert.
Me, 310re.raert Seventh eat D stroeU,
litnor Minnot.Hfl, dwarf ikd stapd-
Ca.O.RAtUftUAT.th. 9.9th lattant, at
3J4 e'elook p. la , we ib tit li at ear aaitloa
room, witaoel retve, r ca'alogao, largo col
IBOI0O Bsaf bIUS
! - Pll bar ee irrtor
JaaU-tl tlUr-li "Aaotiaaoorc.
F UTCUK It ATft.
1 Y CO OPE It XAXlHKm. Amr,
jl loeifftifn a j vi niuvn i
tlfMl treat eaah A plat will be exhibited al laie.
iimiiHii wiwn p aaaaaoiwaeapropon
la aUnth of .reildae within ihraftdaTa, Tarns ao
emptied with, deposit to biorNU-T
Jt1 4U AaWWt
BT 4HOIKR LATIMER, Aat.
(8uHtott 10 Jai. O. MoUglrc fc Uo.)
otkwttorr ( 'tW-kU trail ii
CIUKCERT lAtl OF SUb I IT AT I.
uy vino ai Haearvw ei ina oaprama
Cairl nf lb DUIrlel f)UmbUt paaia't la
amhairr um R.
W. A4 Vofaalal. , Ii
al . watbatltMlalpam.a 1
UAT,iha!i4 day t Vabn
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Vabfaarv. ii tl. ItTlL .1 4
n Marlh B it
t tka jramlaaa, tb wait pari of
ea HarikX Jtraalaltka atthwai earaar vi aati
lot. .ad raaalac ikaaat aoaibwad y m lha
watfKaBdatrf aald )! hui, dltUaoa
of 1ST fal 0H Jabast ikane aaatarlr par.llal
with aatd If arib 1 alraat. 4uuiw f 41 fa I aa4
bosadarf of aatd lt It, a, dlauaca of STfaal
104 laakMi Uwm WMlirardl raralUl wllk
Harlk B itraal. iiUUim f 14 f-t a4 f taaliMi
tba aoiihwardlr paallal With Iba wit r
boaadarr ttf aald l U, dlaUaaa f 110 fal U
uld Hortk B aUMti Ihaaaa waalwBrdlr lb
aathra bavadarr or ald ffortk M airaal a 41a
min ! n in 1 in 1 1 ibm n tn Hia piacaor
Uf, iJlniprTaraaU,aailaaiot athra
r ihlCK DVrilliaa with bMamaat, ...
irr URICK DVTXLtiaa
taltiBC la tuii 11 B alrMl rib. MaUt ltd.
kotwMi KlBtk aid Taitkalraala.
Tarjiaat tain uh tblrd if tbaparrbiM tnaaay
tab pall iukiihiflii riaidBilharMfUr-
paeUialr 4 aad IS noatha fi obi dar of atU wllh
aa, 10 i aaeorfa 117 a II Ulil tB
hit, A dd tlTta whai all tbi pBrtka
it Ii paid KUmpt aid toavaraaolai at tba
of thy parabata Adapoill of 4J00 will b
Iradof (bo parahaiar at tbt fall or U hami
If tbotarmaof mIo oro ) oanptiad wllh
oat of tl:
rqilrlo tbo parahaiar at U fall or U hami
nar If tbo Urma of aaio or aat oanptiad wllh
wlQtla tbr day a fntta ih of Ml, tbo prop
trtrwlllboroiold kl lb f t tbo dafkaliltf
A, W. HCSilllr.TrvtkMaV
. Jt . C6ori LATIMXk. it.la.
Jaall.dAJa fltar )
u (HuooMBorow jaa. u. Ktuoirt -afJO..)
fliLB AP TALVIIIK 1
FtUVKD PBL l-TATI (III ItlBTtl
norinfltD pwrpjittm at auotioii.
We WMl Mil HII HOIklttO, tuary m
Rooma, a tarro aseartiie! el Hoaaehold act Uf
KltakeaPiriHarei alec eae Beak Coailer, I
with ell aUhotaay P rtUlif. ., '
00 tup la a.
Uaraafbr tlrta of deed .rir.it la th
.r.li4, Stir ! lata Ika ITU day f 4gk
HTbir.l9rH,aBA r-ordsd la Liber T a4 Jl
B, Mo I, el Foil .w4.aa4aItbnaeatof KJ
Iho parly aaearoA ..bcrahy, Md ale br K"
the party Utaroit1 Uoroia.I will .Mat pah
II 4tlp o thepromUaa. at jtlO'Valock.
1 .oiTtTMDAT,thltdtrf rebraary, A.
. lift. part -nil -, (flii kojr.BBir-4
!i drWat liBtr-)wf im freattog eo
(mi o Third Mmful barfog a Jeplh of a boat
root, tbo nmioi toi win bowltathenoii. t
JoodeBe.wltharroalcT .OfaelabnBl. The reel
ML UTKmmt. BKTWIKN VKRhtOHT AVKIfn
7 ASWvKaAFA" wTi tai mitb
;: ".-?"frrrv .
olrBdaa,dpiaiUalTUBa4 Wlai la Uaaald
ettr of wa btaiioi. aad kaowa aad daarlbod aa
tad kaowa aad doaarlbod
iiobarod taMB 1) to aqai
r-d aad atKtroaa iNi,) I
Dftic pari 01 i-)i nun
ald part of lot (31 Ihrao balai lb aatt iwaatr -two
(til ft froal aad raaalBi back oa koadradaad
Taruuof Halo 1 Oa third tub, (af wktak 1W
riaatb paid attho Una of aato.I aad tbabalaao
a bIi aad twalio aaoaiko. with laUroal to bo
erod br doodof trailoBthoproojlMi aold, aad
If tbalraarot oonpllad with la tfadara af
tat tka aal. lb traiUa. raoort th rlf kl to roaall
at tk rlak aad oat of lha Brat panhaMf, kftor oa
WMk'a pabll aotlMi
li jBTBTaBalacaad rYBBi itanpa at par-
WILLflK i. IU vtlC.K,
l7juwi ceorm UTiml."'.?!!:
(Suaaaaaora to jTu. UoOnlro at lla .1
KoalhwMt 4ori, r raaaaflraala aiaaa aad
rflB,, Br Tlrtaa af a door paaaad br th Raprono,
Si ail r aa tho 18th dar of Jaaaarr, IkTO, la taa
I a. llU-aa lLAntftt aIJa nf kbIJ nl iatk.v
Marrarot Fliirorald ol at aro talatlh, aad Jaa.
io oa luaiqajir aioa oi ai i
mrmk riltnraUilil at .il.li
Vltiiarald al m dtI.mAa.mt. 1 will aall al
tin tin ar inmhiui i
towMaaaiiaiioa in pioetiMa.oa tuuuuai
ho Bd da or r.kroarr aail. af 4 o'oloah. ta.
all that Dlaoo a naraolaf la ad attaaud oa Paaa
aylTkala avao, adlalalag tb Uattod lUlaa Uo-
Mi.ta taa euro vraaaiBltva. an in
Tarna ot BaTa
halaaoo la thrai
aad olahtMB noBiho aftor tho day of rl. wllh
laiaTMi. tor vaioa, ii pnraaaiar ai
protalurr b Im. aoea.rd to wy aall
alampaaadfOBTaikaolag al aoat pf t u
BY COOPE1IA L.TIMEU.Aaierrk
(3awu.or to J aa. U. MeUolr A Co. J
rBniTii'ii-Eor' yilpabii iMtBoyi
CITY 0 WABJttHOTOM. . ,
I OB 1
r dlroctloa or tho party aaaarad l!
Ll'i ' 9Vla kMttoa, la froal of
TOtiDATVlhala day of Pafan
rdlroctloa oftho party aaaarad jbaraby, wo will
raary aaat. al 4
1o tho waatora or raar llBvoioald lot aaabai
woBtr-olx. (I4i tkaao aoath twoatriSOiroaLai
tbaaaooaal to thoplao of biflaaraa-tba aan
bl,J,1tr?7br 0 4494 d aakaiaaUallvv
atory Bilek Haaaa
Torma af aalai U tklid aki tk balaaaala
all BBd twlf noalbi, wllk latonat.t Maoiaroj
ir dor trait oa too prorata aold, aad If lb
Uiui aro ao oonpllad wilk 1 4ro dayaaftartba
fK th trailMa roaarr lb rllbl to raaall, al tha
rUk aad aoat of th orl panaaiar, aftar oa
waok'apablUaoliaa. Alleaawaaaaalaoaal raaa.
aaaatiiataalaiotof parahaMrt aad a dopoaU of
-""rvw wiiarauoM eo ntii ai laoumo 01
WILLIAM A. MiSvilCK.
i.r ..i. C00P1JI LATimll.Ur'
Jll2i . AaaildaaoM.
liruuuhN fTtvktw.tABi.. r
lniXia.1 dlUalTUtoto broidtV,
048oth.nl fura.fof 8,Taalb bb4 l klraota.
lUNDSOUB MBNnTrPLATH UIRTSOm
ui wiurhuiii iaa w oayoi ri
rr, HV. at T o'aUok. a aa t wo abaft
i, Horraial, iq ttao
fa aa i
Ui7iifliri4ofl.VlktaPUr Xtirror. wltHIUV
l7aOTnfMa Pima YaWil Corarad Ra
fo-d Prima Parlor Ball, oaiUtlei of I a a Tftl
G "Jjyi'".iUfV WllililafOf Hick
Jtlaak Walaal fctaielo. tn Oaalr Tablaa
roar OaraMk a, ad taaaTjartaiaa, with Coralaa.
otb.fTcl,rJ:lT,1,, lt" Plr '",l1 tBi
5lk Valanl arblr tnpChabrtBllai
Conrart' U'r l-4WB. 0. Blaak! aad
.WaUallxUkiloaTcbla aadCai Stat Dlatag
3w Boadaa. uail Oil Clolha a4 Hall BO.
Parlor, Okaatbar aad vlkar Bl4aa, Croobiy,
dad a lot oil
iloaaa la farraat, oaUlalif aavaaltaa
i. laqaliota tho praratooa. an
MI. vi aan rribiKtaua,
ITLh dar of HTifcbaF, A. U. IKS. aad raor44
HioBlk,La-.dMMordB or Waahlatvoa QatF,
ui.i of ColbT, la Llbor t aai E. Jfo. a..
to 44, !.. aad brdirMtloa of tk traaaarot
ofua "rjrtUitparattTBalUlaf AaaMtalifB,'
wo will aall. at pabll a a ail b. la froit f th
pratnliaa.oaafglbAY.tkaltk dar of Vobraarr
at. at o'clock b m .all tbal tila.a ar nirul
Br4, oiiara oata roqauaa ai uni or aaio, 11
tka tarna of aaioar aolaompllod with wluilalhrM
dar afur aala, tbo property U ba raaoU 4t rUk
JOSKPU n, BBAULIY ,Jl , TruUo,
(.uuraa at utiaaa, aaciri.
uifa(iiin tiiiuaaorparooi oi (to
praiaiMaiiiiaaa loiaa iaiaaai any or win
Iactei.aad kBowiaaddaaerlbdaabalal a parlor
ola attraborod twaatyali- (U) aad twaklyaT8B(
ItTJla tha roeordad aabdlTlaloaof Bqoaro asm
barod tkrMkaadrol aad alaairalao. taw. l aad
bolai tatalaod wlikla Iho aiato aadbaaada fol
lowlaci HoxlaalBf fur lbs aauio aiapolaloa tbo
Mao of f'Blahik airaat woa.' v drad aad
ilaly.lr (1U faat norih nb thaoaia4 !
rraar f,al4iaar. aad Ihaoto raaalu nortb
aloatf thoaalavailaal alffaaki IUhi !
XOlt Tl.nrphH DrtTlllM.
rrnm 1.U0 lof.000 WotliinB ft lab. !!
.rgtd IrrfpHMaff fafdbtNaw Y
b itoriMJlu4t 'of lh Darlei
id frn HrVotk ttttdaf morati
tiiod frn UtrtdVotk ttttdaf morning-.
Tba Ohio Sonata 1 oatordav lodaflaltal dai
Deaod lha Mil laroaalaB lha aalarv of tha
aliirrrwa jndt;, whlak la bow 43,000.
aavaianiiirioi uiooinoaii nart aaopTau a
tcioltrtlOB lo oppoitilon to tht forti-ilrht
hoot itiUo. bdA will lmmdlat4lr tail tko
quaatloi I Iho oouri. ,
Har.Jaawa M. Matttowa, of Iho Kformd
PreabjttrUn Chnrok, dltd la Nw Yorkf
trdar.a(44yari. UoTRlar taada aa all but ueettaful atlaap
Thuradar olcht to rob tbo tfnl"of Solo
noa Nf ot, ulamood mtrchaat, at Ho. S3 aaat
FtfUcalh trcft.Ntw York, of opahuoaitd
thoatBOddollar' worth Of diamond.
Tha book oomBrltUt of th hUthodlat took
onra war rUrdr of ( In o otaau
aatloa of iba raoaat alif oddofaloatlon.
from RobtP. Kpt Coaaolat Atbana, of th
total dMtroetion on thottthof lccmbr, of
tho tow Bota Maura, on oaa of th
loalaa Jalaodi of that an. At tb data of
tbo advleia, Jaoaarjr 1, ta dad aad flttj
wooaood man hd bo tako foon tho rulaa.
Not a liftui wa loft Btaadl4(, and tbo lur rl
Joaaph Pullttr, a tafmbir tbo lowr
IIoBBO.f tha MUaoatiljriLalaluro from Bt.
LodIi, wa yaatardar ohot'aad woaadod la
th $ bj EJw. Atf aitifiO) Ptrvioor of r
UlratioafarBULooU. (Jan. larlf. payaiaater Ult-d Btaln armf,
ha Jaat ratarnad to Aaa Itaaelaao fron
Alaah. btlagfot wltfi itta afraooaucDdatloo
toPrldaUr4itfrthaalot;lBa of lb
fural lalaad ofSt.Ocorf aodst. Paul
It propo to tho Soorotinr f th Troaarr
to pf a qoartar of a nil lion of dollar la oln
jarlr for tb tvelatlr Iobbo or tbo IiIobi)
for a-loroi of U rear, prorldMl tho talandaar
foatlAO-d tnllltary rrTUon. II offora
o ir boad( with otptabl a orttlri la Saa
I'raaelMO, for tooraUhfutpcrformaocaof th
,,,, .X Tf
Tbo rrlacf PU444 Teiterdar for qntetlj
Th dinner. At tho mMoneo of lb Brltlih
UloUlar wm a grkod tvflilf. There were
preieot. beildci the Prince. Aba bU lultf,
Ulaiotdtf-Tbornlorl tad' Uif, Setiatord
Bchars, William and Anthony, General
Bnkit tod tho B!a;Uat Arjeotlni, Pera
TUn, Danlib. SnonUh, EmllUa aad Neth-
-- ... ... ,
BT COOFEtt UkTIHCn, Aaai'ri,
(Saeeaaaor to Jama U. Uoilulr A Uo ,1
ttoathwrat ooraorof Poaaafi?aalaaToauaad
lotaoa ar roadr fov 4latrtbaili
BT COOPEtt fe LATIMSn, Aocl'ra.
ISuaaoaaora ta J.ILHdlalr a. i I
loalhwait erair of rirlla aTaa aad
UatlBih airto. '
ftDPAalna Atr. w.lifft-rRn inmtn
.WillboaaVIad tib oolUotloa of palaitaaaadrar
!a?WJwaojW 4laprlM to ahnd fbla ul.
a tho Palatial ar of a aaparlor Ua, lad will
bo Bold wlthoat rtrT.
BTfJOUfAMA LATIHRR, Aail'ri,
(Ruaecaaor to Jaatea U. aUUalr A Uo I
ttouthwcataorper Ponaajrlraola rou aad
TRVJ.TIk4 IALI OP Hjant,T VAL0ABLI
dar of DooaaiVor, IBdS,
LtborTaadft, H. o!
of trait, datod tho Mb
lha load rooortlo for Waahlailoa ooaatr.la bla
,.'7'"k.'"0t.,,, Miiar, piano aaalloa
oaUoOtkdarof Vobraarj. Il, al a'olwk p.
. paruot Lola 14 aad IT. la Baaaro aaaiborod
iv, !! ioaoora.iaiiaof mrMt.
nod by a lhroot47
: baUdlac, ooaUlalaa
aloe Drfck a'ablooa
alztMi roona, gaa aad waUe
H Bilaatod oa tk lorlk .Ida of II airoaa.
woa r I na a th alraal 11J Vimn,i .
woifo taoataa,, aaoorad t doad of intii,
Wltk aotoa larU latoroat UoaVoyaBalaa; aad
A dflMall r.t aval Kill
b roqalrod at Ilia of it lo.
J.VdAJ. , d'.P J?ttTlkVm:W.
1T UUEEM WILLIAMR,
U Aootloaotr and Hoal lUtat Ilroktri,
H.IWa,BoBthoit oonar of kTatk aad O alnota.
Oa If OH DAT. tk 314 laaUat, at JO o'dook.
DaiaMk Draporr. Ooraloaa, aad Ike Cartalaa.
C,,T.,"ri".M oiraMiiii fiaaBMBBaa,
Poor Blaak WaJaal ltodilada.
roar ! ProaalaiBaroaaa , .
lv Vi J,,. WaahauadaaadCiai'.
Taaihar Badarillowa, BoIaUra aad afaltroaata
Braaaala, Thro Ply, aid iBtrala Carpal a.
laMUaal flail Bt aaXUallOklaloU.
Dlatai TaMoa, Gaao aaat Co air, aad Mir for a,
OooklaCf Karlor aad Uhaubor bUraa.
Crooiary. Olaaawaro, aad Coilarr.
Tarataauk. UJtBU A TILLIAUt,
HOk.BMBoatkoaatoorakrof Barvotk aad fi aU,
BA'lfDJOHB X04BW00D CARK P1ABO. ftHI
rifUivit ncff iiiiinp outraa, v
SHHKlO o'alock a .ra., wo khall Mil a
fT A VllloaaoB lilt, oa U airoat aortk
II V 1 yihotvoaaZJaktMatbaBd MUo-Miib
.. . lfMW VkV tb Xollowlat ratal
ltdira1lowd C4it Pla, TV 0tar la
poiicitordaiitoahar. Wa, Kaabo, o(Baltl
'adaoaio flraoar attnr iolU la Ooiblo atyto
r .Marblo top Oaatro Tab!. 4a Wataot
Ralreloth BofM. Chalra had Hraaiola CarpaU
th BofM, Chj
ThtM IfarblolopCbootaBl Okaiabo
Cbootaal Okaiabo BolU, with
flair. Ootaoa-top aad bor M allrMaoa
uiaaatiyoaaioria. ijtw oaaaoa BB4 Vor10
lTrOOPF,U LATIHEB, Aalra
a- umiwn to j, j, iUBvjaira) uo .1
TBUSTSB'8 BALtOP PBK't'oil PLAT II MIR
nuns, Diuniu anu tqiii rLi UAU
-B-W r rlrlaa of a daal of (rail, dalad th
r T.araiit ai DMoraao. KOb, iaiy,
T rooordod la Llbar No, TTfolloaSi,'
fkaAwwAa.ioaaaf Lhohattil raaorda for
" .'AadwaahUrjaa oonaty. la Iba Plilrlot
oi umingii, I -wm 'i ravtto aaauoo oa
TtlXIISDAT, rabrntrr 10 1ST9. ennmaaelBE at
0 o'oUok.a n .at hoaioBo, aJO, (old hd
bar.) U airaat. balwaoa Piriaaalk atiaalaad Vr
moat aroaio. a vary asnllaat aaaortraaai of
lloaaahotd Farnltora, Aa., ooaaUMai la pari of
Parlor BaUa.Upkalataro lla Pla-h, 4plofa
Praaek Plato llaalol aad Plat Mirror
Marblo-loo aad othor Tablaa
HraiMla.ThrM ply aad lairaia Carpati
Olll aid Proaia UhkaOallara aad Cbaadalabraa
llaiar. Eoaawood TablM
Thro MabofkBy Book Caa
ifahoiaay Ualralth BoXaaad Chalra
Walaat IbUbiIob Dlalaf Tabl
roakary aad aiaaawartHoflaralnra
Waloal aad Mahoftsy BadiUada, Ilaraam aad
Hthacaay Wardrobai.Wlalow Bhada
Oak Cottag Cbamkor Snlto.l plMa
waiaai f raaaipr iBDia.wuo Utm
Vaathar lt4latra aad Pillow
rooklaiaad Haatfag Hiot
Ullahaa kaoaUllaa, A , Ao,
itair aaa niu nauraii
ir uu"1uJ"ri.iLLL"k.,l.1 :.-'
a.Mna , iivi.iirn. jtRiT
ISuoaaaBor ta J. (). Mot tit Ira mxlia A
Coratr of p-aaaiylf aala araaa aad Taalk al(t.
TOTTIlBH4LBOP YALUABLV IMPROYCn
fB'ir.nt ii l ua nair nil
WBLtTH ifftlBT WHT BITWII
AHD rf BTB.1BTS WORTH '
II lrtliA'nf . AmmA nf ixnt k.nl.i
J.ulk. 1 J. - n? vl- .' Z .- t
! ,ir vi uninnr. m, u, lorn, I
rpTB EVESiaUT accurately suited
I with rtlllei cr other Spcclacltt ly
mtreli) tiiismsrinff ooo ouesdow.
Optician, NaUonctt Hotel,
tilt I-1'. ffaorU'1 Q" thatik aay at Jaaaarr. JU3,
f'Jw'lyi of oaa of lha parllaa icairod tbaraby,
?nWJ,.y Ti0 i dr of Pabriary. A l.
Iln n Tln,11 1 ja t r tl Utwrad "A.
.AM.V.riBil.f Jifpitr,bk.r,..lMi .M
ffUaiRGTOK F1C1B 1RD UFUSIIOKI.
IxTttKU. Iirmi Hioiirii jeitrJj
Tin Bin Cohhittii an Post Orricis
hold ifecUl mettlnj tiwlij ta umUtr
Bn.(or n.mi.7 pofUl telcffraph bill. Tb,
leLtlmtuI of lb, commUUe iMml decldedl
la lit f.ior.
QOTBRKVKMT LlXD rOK TBfl DISTRICT
Tcblic 8cnoou.Hr. Anell lotrodaecd la
tbo Home juurdij tut tot lb, beoat of
Ibtpubu; tcbooltlatba Dlitiktof Colcm
bU, approprl.tlof; pablle Uod and raontj
tbercfor, lb, ptotUIod, of lrbleh an tbo
lam, u lb bill la tb, Scnl Irf Mr. Fattef-
Ion a rtwdaji tlaee.
ItAORR'a NlTIOIflL AlXROORT ARD TAB'
luv, at MetHroU nail, vai 'will altenaei!
but night b a btjhlj af prtcUUrt audaM.
au tb. coaractcrf wcr. crMltablr laualaMi
tbow of Ubtrtr, tb, OtrmaB. tb, Irlibmaii,
and tho negfro boy, partlcalarl o. Th,
eboroa by Sharmaa'a llammcra waa wj
OaUatutljnoalrad. TlMia will b, a mat!.
BMthla arternooataadtba exhibition will
b, repeated agata tbla eren In;.
Tb. Wiisnimm aqcouot Eimiiii-
tiox Tha Ilotiw Commltt.aa oa tb DU-
trict of Colambla yeiterdaf reiamed the
leatlmonjr la relation to tie Waiblojtm
ainedact, and examined U CTttrke, Jimw
Hcailre, and It. S. Klnc. To-dar the com
mittee will rl.lt the Great Tatli, accompa
nied by Oen. allehtertCblnf Engineer Bamo,
and Ur. g'nerrell, one of the contractor!, lo
examine the work, &c.
Wlix'i Oraal Hocn.-.A crowded boned
again greeted MUl Keemo, company lalt
nlgbt and wltneiied Boncdcanll. drama,
" Merry Dodd," which will be repeated Uh
nlgbt. Determining lo rnrnub onr utitena
with all poealbte noreltlee. Ulae Keeoe an-
nonncea "Our American Oonitn" for Mon
day nlgbt. "Onr American Conaln" wll(
no doubt attract a crowd, from the fact
that It la tb earn, play which waa being
performed on the night of th aauulnallon
of Preildent Lincoln, Mies Keen aad Harry
Uawk enstalnlng the same characters aa
played by them on that erentfal nlgbt,
Uit nlgbt rreeldent Oratt, aad Mlaa Belli,
Grant occnpled a box, and seemed delighted
wllh the performance.
Nino al TusATH-Anber's llc opera,
" Maeanlello," was performed la a highly
tUjla manner Hit sight to a hoosc, we
regret to say, not as'full as It deserred to be,
but rcapectablo and remnneratlTe, nerertbe
less. M'lle Canlssa, In tb part of Cloln,
ajnUted herself with great credit, and her
representation of tho character was warmly
applauded. I.errano Talrly took the home
In the duett In the second aeU Altogether
II was one of the triumphs of their brief
opera season, and tba choral auxiliary waa
To-night parte of three popular operas,
Trallata, Faust, and Bomnambula, will be
glrcn as the company's farewell entertain
ment, and la the afternooa a matinee, at
which "Norma" Is the o ard.
8rixB DtAiiR'a KtcRrnox. Speaker
Dlalne held his regular weekly reception at
his residence, on Fifteenth street, last eren
log. Ill parlors presented a most brilliant
scene, and many distinguished personage,
were present. Among them were Vice
President Colfax, aeaeml Sherman and
dangbter, Senator Xdnnnds, Got. Steam
and lady, of Massacbasetts, Commodoro
Smith, RepresentetlTea Mltcholl, Bailey and
Roots, Iter. Mr. Butler, chaplain of Horn,
or ReprcaenlattTes, and lady, Judg Sar
gent, Commissioner of Customs, and others"
Spooler Blaine and lady recelred the) r Tlil
tors most cordially, and Vice FreaUr,nt Col
rax was the obserred of all obsntera. Ho
was constantly nrronnded by group of
ia?i , ana his pleasant and ataMs manners
wen Ibe subject of general rem ark and ad.
Oration. Tha ladle preaeatirere elegantly
anu lasicioiiy amraa.
Tna WiiaxT Natiokii. Ru-cmjcak for
this week coatalne a number of Taluable
and Interesting articles. Tha sermon, of
.Mi,, ujrua Dunaeriaua, a, a., pastor ortno
Fourand a-balf-atreet rresbyterlan church,
on "St. Feter was ha erer at Rome," la
published In fall, and those who wish copies
of the eermon to mall to their friends can
obtain them In wrappers. Besides this the
morcments of Trlnco Arthur, since his arrl
tbI la this city, are faithfully chronicled.
There is also a synopsis of Dr. Newman's
excellent sermon to yoanrr women the no
tion of the Senate on the receptloo of tbe
statue of Gen. Greene Judge Bharswoojl's
opinion of Infidelity a communication on
the adjustment of the tariff the reply to tbe
uoaicai society or the District by Ibe new
organisation editorials on important sub
jects -tho bill for the reorganisation of the
nary congressional proceedings depart
mental news Items roport of the Barns fee-
Ural tbe Feabody obsequies at Portland,
and a Tarlety of well selected reading mat
ter. Copies In wrapper to be bad at th
THE NEW SENATOR OM IOWA.
Tlall ar VOBR-rMwIalUu.
Last erenlng a largo body of Iowane
called on Hon. J. B. Howell, the new Unt
ied Stalee Benator from Iowa, at the resi
dence of Wm. Richards, esq., brother-in-law
to tbo Senator, at whose house lie Is stop
ping. Among those present we noticed
General Qlren, third deputy commissioner
of Internal reTcnnei Hon. Hawkins Taylor,
uois. ueorg, cowlo and F. II. Impbey, cor
respondent DaTcnport Dally QVul; Capt.
Corson, of tbe Capitol pollcet Capt. Morri
son, Col. Vlall, Judge Kllpatrlck, lion. John
P. Orantbam, J. P. Foullon, of the Iowa
press) Msjor 0. II. Fletcher and others.
Mr. W. S. Graff, president of the associa
tion, formerly Introduced, tbe citlxens of
town, expressing their utmost conOdence In
Mr. Howell's Integrity, ability, and complete
power to Impartially serre the State, -tbe
country ana party wnicn has properly chosen
hint for tbe exalted position. Senator now-
ell responded In a brief but eloquent speeeb,
expressing bis gratlOcatloa at meeting the
representatives of bit Stat at the national
capital. He pledged himself to advocate
tbo most rigid economy la pablle affairs,
sua expressed bis Intentlou to do all In his
power to render himself worthy of tbe coed-
deuce so gonerouely reposed Id him. After
some excellent piano music by sereral bv
dies, and by Mr. F. M. Clark, tha alscuv
blage, at a. late lour dispersed.
.THE tHtUTAL. XVASLI.
Ft.B-k ttaautl or lover 1uuIsliuobI
Cnigioo, Ja, 23, Wllllo Atkins, the lad
wbooo punUhmeot at tbo Bkloner echoo,
laat November created such oicltement, died
tbl. morning, n baa laid In a atata of
atnpor ever sine ,. .
three months atro i,---- Vi' i
V ii i B,irer Phlng, and
tcarcely tyUg gig, ot Uff
cation at, the time of tin ocet.
show thai nnduoT.olenr;o tyus pied,
THE NEWS BY CABLES
Th Derm or lor.iiikiliir.
noire, Jan. 2& The archbishop of Al
giers has left Rome for Parts to ascertain
lb, Tlews of the Emperor on the dogma of
tnfalllbflliy. Tbe uncertainty as lo Mapo
leon'e position on Ibis question bae causod
the Holy Father serious uniaslnssst ' lv
Affaire lis Anstrta.
VnintA, January 33 Tbe Deputies from
lb, Tyrol threaten to withdraw from (he
Auttrlan Diet because Ibey are denied the
right to Tote and the Influence In thatbod'y
to which tbey are entitled'. '
Frlnc Anersperg, by the adrlce of lead
ing members of bis family, has refasod orer
tures lo form a nsw cabinet.
Ministerial Crisis la ll.Tarla.
Mexico, Jan. M. Tb dlffersnces be
tweed tbe Government and Iba Parliament,
bar resulted In a ministerial crisis. Tbe
upper House Insist on the resignation "of
Prince Hoherioh and his Cablott.
Macrid. Jan. 33. Ths exclusion of Rad'
tcala from tbe Cabinet cause a ftollng of
discontent, which Is dally gaining strength.
f In the recent election theMenarehlsts
polled Are sevenths of th popular Tote.
Slarrur Hett lai ! Crr lclla-tir-Caelllalrr
Hpeeeti or 11.UI1I.
vlr DlslT Vol In Hnpport f
Pabis. Jan. IS. la a debate oa tbe eomoier
IBs Opposltloa wst tioUbi. sod there w,re
some stormy teeott, hot th Qovenimeal ds-
iopl unsxpestea sirsozin.
T.4l.r th. dluaiilea was ehntlausd.
UlllvLr nuts thtBlliMlDe siMMh. 11. ersstsj
.seni.tlo. by aseunT,c thsl ths fjAblnst
weald sapper! thi,litln( treaties, but thsl
thsy wer lo favor of th. freest dlteutslos,
foe It was thslr purpos to afford eausl pro
tstlloB to sll.
II sddl that ths Ministers desired lo eoa
dool a uover.mant tusuloed br a majority o(
the Uhsahers. whtea was th. reAleipraailoB
of lb. will or the BStloe, aad thst th us
Jorlty was aot so saelsot group bat A pert of
this Asssmblr. suttslotaf tho polley of th
Ussiest, oot heesai. It was Aa aeeoaipllihsd
feet, bat with th, Brm lolsatloo of nataLta
Ifi. th, ualaa. 11, would ..r. aot I, . bo,l
ful spirit, bat wtthdlxaUy ,ad nodeity, Ihsl
,HU.I.rDI.,ll WDHIU .De.pi K1Q OI I, O.I
would 0,ltb,v wlllt not Aesept the protselloo
Tho Minister', spsseh was received with
ehoers, AAdth(iovrnntwAS sastAlasdby
yOW 9 Wl AIAIUIIAA,
C'.ptnr. r In Bokel Capllal-Fn
thossptur of Outlaislro, ths sspltAloflho
lABdrreots, by th, fore, under Fuello, After
a ,v.r, l,n,Hi iican.i u.i.w ,. uwn ..-
lursls to tbe cossr, oq aeeouot of a sjerelty
Hlgavll' CndMtaa AamUteU la ttiO
Tho ICoua to-dap
bra rot 01 44 to 44, doldd to qualify
a tho p"oaa who retrd th :
hlarhaat ou to Ihoa mimbiri who wen
hlght T0l4o Ihoa raambcra who wero do
l?rd TMat bf lloooral Trrp
FUo wer awri.-moar,of whom litre
war eolored mo,
Tbv Annexation of Wt Florlila-
raanlatBB0B4 forDrtjiUaioeB 711
f Apply to if embora t Ibe Le-ffla
MoaToowiar. AtA Johu -?., fh
SDatoto-drotHwa latroduwd wtlfjlnf
aad eooflroloii tho ipa ntdi ty thy
oonmlaaloacr for tho aootxktloa of Woat
Th rtaolatloA memorUUilng Ooaxraa for
th rtnoral of dUabllUUa wa dlmaed till
adjoarnsBcat. , . , . . ,
1 kin t n t read n aad ta naalih drunk on
n with lmprloonot ta tha poo it tat lory;
DUI OOI .O PP'J w WIUIUIM VI iw ajvajiwtw,
"la'tha llouao th bill to org aoli th Mobil
ilrroTerBinaot waa oamoudod as to ir
th appoint log power entirely with tbe (Jor-
ealtlon lo Lor-
l.latlr. -""VJ ih
... --. i-a or turn aricayain.
w.. h Iaa. M A mail mrf Unr
ha.boTld foVflu wi "iV5.".'r Ztt
.I!..'I " Va7ar-.oh.BO 'bow
mi wotih ioia naaa iBoraath
paadloc befor th leglalator. toVbODda.
uunainioi IQipoopiO, Otpraew -In araato
aad rala tho crodlt of th rilato, -M. '.V rao
BtoaODOllBB. aal out tha auhatanea n.
pl aad arlppdo ita tonairce.
Th PtVagMM oayat u
W bar la for mat Ida. that aaothorof tho.
aatoaadl.caetaVhleh harharatrlid th
pret lUcTlalatQT, deatreod to pllltg aad
teal Bkor froB our alrtajy moth robbodSUt
traaaurjL ha ba eonolrd aad la bow btlog
a rapldTyaad aa aartlf a poaalbly tnatured
Into law. ItUknowo aa th bank bill, aad
eoBteaplatoa tholauol from thrsttonln
mLUloat of boada la faror of certain bank, by
war of ladtmalfrlBK than for loaaaaloaurrcd
durlakt tha lata war In aid Of tha tlaafodorata
aaa. If anything eould now astoolab tbla
oaB.HBltr la th eoDduot of our highly loyal
Radlaal aod rlrluoua Igllatur. to roai
Dona rbl baakafor aldlar th rabal khiiii
would do lti but In tbla erlals our Radical
BsOtaeDOra DBOOBII UDI1TIOUB IO ID COQaillUllOQ
uauor iDprkuaairoiauuaeoof liberal dou
cturt for rote."
Tbe.aobfr Obaoialott Boeepllou
og mo pinor) JOBanaiiioo in
DootoaTbo Programme for tb
Doitow, Jan. 3d Tha Daltlmoro commit
ta to attand th Feabody obatxialoa wr eon
uiaiij saoaiTcu uj auaju- anufiiiu lo-uay,
aod, oa hit larltatloa. Djojd a ataaraboai
osauraloatn tho harbor and othor tauolalpal
oiTiiiaioa. tn owuiiBi.i wnt le-avs iwr rori
land ta air tit.
1'on-rt.AMD. Ui. Jaa. 24 Tha Droframmo
for tb funoral cortege for the romoyai of tb
ramalna of Ottorg laabodp, from tbo Oily
Hall to the ears, seat Tueaday, bai baao ar
ranged. To procaulon will ba under the di
re lion of I.. D. H. Sweat, marshal, aod will
loeiuu tour oompaniea oi uaiiea niaica ar
tlllery, dataehnants of rarlou elrlo aoeletleo,
tho foralga eooaula. Admiral Farragat and
atafr. tho Bommandara nf tha Drltlah vaaiala.
of war. thaQorernor of Main aod hla coun
cil, tito igiitaiuri oi in ntaio, in juaieiary
aaa toucrai oraoora oi aioibo, aiiogaiioas
irODi oifl or nun ijcgiaiaturia au city gororn'
no at a. lha truataaa af th. 1'aabodv tduea-
tloaalFuod. ndof th Feabody laatitute, and
maoy otner inairtauai aau oatua.
Tbo Btato Turnod Oror to tbo Civil
AutborUIoa aoolalonla tbe Htrcet
Car Dlatarbamoo fJaa
Rioomomd. January 10. Oea. Oanby to day
Uaued o orJor turalug orer th admin lit ra
tion of State aralr to the clrll authorltlca
Tb military ofQaai-a fllllng th poaltloos of
State Auditor aod Seoretary to-day tendered
thtlr reatgnatlooe to the Oovoroor.
la the taattor of tbo negro troubles with the
treat ears, Mayor Uabooa rteoldod that the
attempt of the blaotts was ta ado la violation
of a military order making a distinction, and
that now ib hi at wa and
th neeroe must seek redn
before tbe State courts, or tn a criminal proio
Oiiuou ooiufo iu lauarf a ciuf
lTomsn's HnlTraK lis ntaaataeUnietta
Bostow, Jan. 23 Tho frlendt of woman
auffrago are holding a eonrcntlon to-day In
Horticultural lull for the purpose of form
ing a StaU Womaa4 BaHrage Aaaoclatlon.
There U a good attendance, Jamei Freeman
Clarke proldlng, Mrt. Moore and Jotepu
II. Ilowland wero appointed aecretaries, and
abutlneae commltteo wa appointed, con
sisting of William Lloyd Qarrlaon, Mrt.
Julia Ward Ilowe, Mrs. LAwrrnct, Ker. K
Conner, and P. A. Ilorneford.
DotTOir, January s4. Io th Woman's suf
frage eoareotloa to-day, speeches wer made
by iter. James Freeman OUrk, Julia Ward
I low. Luoy Htono. Uov. It. Uonnor, of Hot
toot Mrs. Ohurchlll, Rv. W U. Ohaanlng,
Bov. Geo. W. lllbbard and other.
Anew orgaolxatloo oallod tbo Massaohuistta
WnMin'i lllaThta Hoolatv uaa formed, and
raaoiultona war pasasd, urging th adoption
la aitanth amendment totbUoolllulloo,
I aad atrtklna out the word "mala" In tlte liws
I (DveralngtbaUlatrletof Columbia.
KoBiaTOaAHAM'a advartlf etnent (lit
Ailoplod Th ejhaln Dro
ion at IBt-Aam,n Hpoabltiv
riBlnly "o mar C'lly 1411 ror
Wr-Horr Certain OfTJeial Treat
rura-iat to a tmbllsliod call, tome two or
three hundred cliliens of the Bttond ward
mat at Iho Union Ualtlaat OTenlnt, tor tho
Sarpoeo of forming a Trno Repuhllcaa Clob
o.fl, Initio ward!
'C6I,C.B. ruber cMleJ Ibe h.t,o. to
ordor, ADd nominsted D. M Ktlsry for unf-TotmTT-
-thalrman, who waa voaDlmovalr
Mr. KeUejupon uUaelbaotialr madoa
thorl addreai, .awlUSB Eo htaXed thittbo
object of th maeUot VMriot A.dUfmo
laers. but to organlirs an aasoctatloa that
woold allow freoopeech aod free thought,
dad stood up for free men
lie beUered Ibe time had com when tbe
friends Of liberty sliouVl u&Uo for this end.
Hthej Wert wise, orderly amTtemperatolo
their dollberatlona tha maaaea would rallr
around them, and If thejpat up food men
tbey ooeQd count upon tbo enpportof not
OClf aHimo RpdMfoat trktM ttticttlnoo
tranar-sila- ' T
Mr. Joieph Brooke. aitUUnt ward com
missioner, wlahed to accord the tamo right
to ffontlomcn that olhera accorded to him.
IlawMSOt preparadtoeodorta tba move
ment. There had been a Republican clnb
In thlt ward for thrco rears. It wat nnklnd
to come hero with a handful of men and at
tempt to Dill tho Republican Dartr.
a motion to present a roil tor signatures
wag cornea wun oui toreo autentiDir voices.
( Mr. Brooke and two of hit men,) and tome
elttv or teventy came forward and recorded
toeir namca.. .
On motUrtofMraf Sinclair Bdrur. a com
mittee of flvo wat tclocted br tbe meetlntr
to prepare a plan of permanent organisa
tion, so report at ine next moeiior. Tna
committee selected wat aa followu Sinclair
Barley, ubarlee Jones, U. u Kelsey, J. B.
Fisher and Wm Rutherford.
Mr. John M. Brown offered tbe followlnirt
which were unanimously adopted!
wbraa it bosom a aaooaaarrfor tha hi.
publleanaor thlt city, aod ipoelallr or th
ticaond ward, to throw off th yok of opprea
Hon which trraaaloal on) a lata aod thvlr vaa
aala attempt to faalao oa aai and wbras
vanoui ciTttrt nay Dean mau to aupprca
fro anaeeh and to oaatral or amah froa mini
Sraoiprd. That we, tha tro Kt public tns or
i no nrtDDii waru, nrrony uauiari our Din aau
uoaltcrabl dclarmlnatlaa toonjoy and dafand
to aiaamblo' aaddlaanao milurai af ttrtvotO)
orpubMe latrsta without mnliratatlooi from
potty offle.ali or aaii-rwa raaari, ia
Vis fenooaof our ward qommlaalooor (Gbau
II Petort) and hi asslstant.(Josph Brooks,)
or aay other caemles of fre a pooch.
Rriofprd. That w deny tb dogma that ' th
king can do do wrong' aad that while our
ward officer proudly atrogato to themaolre
this kingly prerogative, it la our right aod
duty to dathroo tb king .oipoclallr as In our
opinion th BepubUcaa party of this ward
doosBotdsrlro Its exlsUao from tha king,
and was aot charmed lato life by tb Aoootar;
RttotptJ. That aa neriona holding afntila tin-.
sltlons araclaotedby and responslbl tn tho
rople, It Is both improper and Immodaat la
htm to " pack " msctlngs oallod to deliberate
open tbolr aetai aad It Is dtag raoeful aad rp-
rattcaalbl for then to tia to re ligation or
provrnt Juat zpraaaions of public opinion.
jtrituno, iiiiia. woar m Mor ui m irea
ballot for a fro ncoplc.'w hereby dlaeourag
and deaounao all attempt to forcibly realat
or prevent th excreta of th lactlv fraa
chlie, andprfrreip(cAto rotU&a threat,
clnb and nrlekbato, as th boat weapons to
d trend end perpetual our llberllae.
Bttolptd, That aa resistant to tyrants la
obadlanca to Clod, w harabr farm ouraolrcB
into an aaaoclatlon to b called tbe True II-
publlcao uiun" of th ttecoaa ward, and that
w pledge ourtelve tout rry honorable
and lawful meant 'to defend and enjoy the
rignis ana privileges oi Amenoan ireomens
and toseeurathe nomlnatloaaad olettlooiof
good and tra man and friends or Ibe for
going principles to pooltlona la thlt ward aad
y a ino mi, oicorioq.
llnotiftd. rbataawa ara flrmtvdtrotad to
ill Kraai ncRiurri ) liriDCivica di ii no-
fuoneao party, wo art equally -,vaot to
tsdlastnslons and dlrlalons, and ar fully
ptrtuaded that peace and harmony will bring
rlttory to our standard, If frimcipUt aod aot
tTtrnnro our wiigawniu,
Mr. Keltey spoke at aome length, concrat.
oUtlnc tbo new clnb upon the order which
had prevailed, and contrutlog this meeting
with tboae formerly held In tbe ward. lie
did not expect that Mr. Brooke and tome
others wontd agree with htm, bat he did not
Eropoeo to attempt to make them think at
e did, by blackguarding and denouncing
them. lie arraltrnod tbe present cltv gov
ernment for partiality and favoritism. A
deserving man might go with a petition
timed bra Hundred and fifty of the best
men in the city to a certain hall, And when
the petition waa presented the Hit waa cloaely
examined, and If tho name of Z. C. Robblna,
Lewis Clephane, J. II. Croaaman, or Mr.
Crane appeared on tbat Hat M Do you tu
that namit" "Do rou aaa that i-a-M-f'
"That man l an enemy of mine." "That
man would not bow down, and worship me,'
and became that mani name waa there, no
matter bow deserving tbo applicant or re
spectable the other out) hundred and forty
nlno name, the case waa a hopeleaa one.
There wat n ring who had too much control,
and onlr tbolr friend could get anything to
at. of it,i. u.u . -(.
. -s BUIU IHIDUI IUIUKI IVUUI UU VkllH
'in. i . tr.1 a ugnt lor oroao. ana ou.ier
T.LU. OL . Vht for Prinelplee.
ai0v?! tV.lSn Ifi...T?4 to apeak, but a mo
tion toadjoua-n prevalleu, ad the meeting
Board or Tjiajib A called moelinir o
tbe Board of Trad waa held laat night at
ineir rooms ta Marat jspaco. Aoons njiy
member wero present. The president,
Bimuet Bacon, presided, wiih Mr. 8. V.
No jet, secretary.
Tbe treasurer, Mr. F. B. McOnire, pre
aented hla annual report, ehowlnr a balance
In band of I&80.M.
It waa atated tbat the commltteo to repre
sent the board before Con great would bare
an Interview wllh tha commi.toe on Friday
Mr. R. M". Hall apokeof the Importance
of Impressing on Congress the necessity
of repealing the preaont onerous usury lawa
of the District. It would, he aaaeited.
loo.cn 13,000,000 available capital now bold
In bonds aud ttockj. lie claimed tbat this
was outside of politics, and eould not fall to
Interest all concerned In tbo welfare of tbe
Mr. Hall offered the following resolution,
which waa eupported by Mr. w. 0. Metie
rott and unanimously adopted I
ReiotvtJ, That as cltlscoa wa cordially In
dorse tbe movement now being agitated to
bring together Into on barmonloua govcra
mens th prset conflicting authorities Ib our
forms of government now exlatlag la this Dis
trict) and do pledge our arnoat efforts to ae
curatb propoaej change, believing th tarn
neceisary to th promotion of our bullosas
On motion of Mr. A. R. Shepherd, tb
secretary WA4 Instructed to forward a certi
fied copy of the resolution to tbe Vice Presi
dent and Speaker of the House of Representa
tives. Also, Instructing the secretary to pre
pare a suitable memorial to Consrresa re-
uueallng that an appropriation bo made for
the Improvement of the channele of the Po-
lotnaeana Anacoui rivers.
BolutloB of Condolne.
toaviio Stab toDot.Ho a, A F, a. V ,
Whereas It has pleased ao all-wlao ProvU
dsnea to call from our midst our lata lamented
brother. Rudolph II. Hits, who departed tht
ill on th 41st day of December, 1449, and thla
IodgBfcllo(senalblythelr bereavement, have
t her for
icrfoftva.inki in ib oaain ei jiromir jiu
dolph Ii. littx tho frateroltrhat lost a faith-
iui ana uerotao oroinar ana sooitiy a origin
and Intelligent ornament,
Ktiolvtd, That w as a Lodge onload cur
heart felt sympathy to tba bo roared widow
and family, who hav thus lost a wortby.tklod
aad aflectlonat husband and parent, directing
their thoughts and hopes to Utm Who Is a
huaband of the widow and a father to th
AeaoiiwJ, That a oopy of these reaolutloas be
publlshsdlath Helena papers, and alao that
a copy bo forwarded to his widow aad family
la tha city of Washlogtoa, V. U.
Joita Pott i a,
J. Q. SiBDlEJ,
Sots or Tempi nANCS. At tbe reealar
Suarterly meeting of tbe Grand Dlrfslon
ona of Temperance laat night, Mr, Chat.
W, IIllls, being about to toavo th city, ten
dared his realguatlon aa Oraad Worthy Pa
triarch, An election was Immediately held
and V. n. Chaso, 41- waa 4electod to All tile
vacancy, and he was Immediately Installed
Tbe order Ii 1a a flourUalog condition.
THK TERRITORIAL MOVEMENT
AXOTIIER OPFOSirfO! MEF.TIHU
TnejEmin ward imn igui.
An adjourned meeting of the cltUent of
tbe Borenth ward wu bald last nlgbt at
IalahdhaU, corner of Virginia aronoe and
D itreet, to oppose tbo propoted bill look
ing to a territorial form of gdTCrnment for
the District of Colombia,
The meeting was latco. attended, and
wat called to order by Mr. Reuben Bacon
and IX. N. Edwards, ecrelary. when tbe
flretbefaees In order waa to hear a report
of a committee appointed at the last meeting.
air. a. nauon, cnairmaaor said commit
tee, than tubtnllted the following.
Aaoaoof tha committee, appointed at Ih
lait mootla; t consider th proposition to
change the praot ilygoveromtnl Into a ter
ritory, I tub m It th following report i
It ft eoaeadad by all loteliiftot men that tk
rretrnt ar turpi tact all tbat hare proeedod
tin llbOTtr and prof rata, that pro nor oo
lutlrely that tho aaranoemant of mankind la
dlrootly dpadnt upon th froodom whlth Is
poatesoed by tho mat o( tho people. la a
word, th frotas ago, and th freoit aoantry la
alwayt Iho meet adraaoed Liberty qulekana
lknrtt aad tharpeni th latolleot, aad
rogrcai It th laariubla reaalt. Olro a maa
buibj .MtKJ. n inu BiuiatByii Bt avTvroigl,
witb a direct latenat to bla soontrr, and is ro-
ponaioia ivr iia gorori noai. il uia in at
rooteaokc of our prog rets la liberty, why sork
toraalrataltl laleta monarch lata and aris
tocrat can dlsproy these undoubted facts,
they should forever tato their tTorttoro
tttlet liberty, and thereby place obetaels In
the waver procreif, and th ualretaalwolfars
Th proposition to chang th preacnt city
gOTiraDioBi ia utai m w lorriivry, wiia a hot
araot tadtjouaall appolatod, or not elected by
in poopi, is auuootoiow a iincrtr, a war
far agalnat th vary prloolpl or aslf gorara
moat, aad ao oalr retnlt ta aril. If thUov
roor aad Ooontll.or as soma propose, the
Sea ate, ar to be elected by the people, then
why tha.ehanfet Or do Aldermen dttlrc to
bIldHBUral Is It th title, tUat son
doxcngaetUmeo want, who boiler they hav
lofluenoo at th Whlta ltoute. Itthlawhat
they ar aftcrt But w ar to havo a member
of Oongret. Is thtreatoor of men la our
midst wno expect to b eta tad to Uongresat
It It claimed that this member of Uongrasa
would obtain greater ooneetalons from Oon
groi than bow, b baring azelnslv control
of our alTolrt. Can It bo hoped that on man
could olTaot as math In thlt dlrsttlon at bun
drodsor even thouaaads, aod that, too, with
th aatlr Oongreis pononallf observant of
all our waaUl Tba very Idea la fallacious
Aad then what a degrading motamorphooa to
change tho national capital Into a territory
Tnia District wllh onlr flftr aauara mlloa
would alao make a eoauuptabla territory,
it ta a any, whdui i'ir ? --
. :f.' it- . . Vll II l lir.ilnn
It U a ally, with tha ordinary
iMt maUopoUo. and ta
.ta h.toauiT Vldlaolaua.
If it Is urged that th prassnt city govern-
ment it inwieraoie, mai 11 is corrupt, mat in
tax ar execBBlve, that th money la aquan
dared cju pet Jobs, glrtn to ferorltas, that th
salarls ar xcosalr', that th moat urgent
Improrememts, tuth at paving th prlnclptt
streets with laprorad parameat and th
tleanlagoutof th canal aad th dradglag ot
tha rlrer channel, ar opposed or oegleqtedi
that crime and Ignoraoo la plae of morals
aod lntlllf.ene is often elevated to placet of
powtr and trust, that crlm It eaooBraged, and
that who reform mtetlngs ar called to con
sider thee grlavancsa aad suggest Improve
ments, euob meetings ara broken up by mobs
of city oOolatc. If all this Is urged aa a reason
for tho change, my answer Is that th tamo or
greater eharg ar brought agalnat th ofl.
oor of .reoroa ot cities throughout tb Unloat
yet la noo la It proposed to change thsm Into
a Territory Th effort Is to change thofflor
of th goreromeat, aot Its form. Became
Andy Jonnaoa was traitor, a tyrant, and a
demMOfu, did Republicans oropos to change
thaUoroiaaantlnto a monarchy. No. They
straggled to oust him from bla plae. aod if
they failed through treason, in their own
ranks, still th effort wa a noble on. Tim
and tn people at last effected a change, and
now tha uoveroment Is la patriotic aod Intel-
The error Is aot lathe systsm, but lath
men who ar at the head of tbe city govern,
meat. Reform Is loudly called for, and when
thla is enacted w will hear oo mora demands
ror a territorial gorernmini. wi Dim mora
Intelligent and honest men lo the Oo unci la
aod at the head ot the city govern meat men
who will not ensourace or bead a mob to
knikiiD maetlnra seeking reform. W need
moawhoeaa in what Improvementa are ne
aanarr. ana navoini ooooaiy anu oourag .a
oarry them out, Wod our principal s treats
IDHITIiUfi iiiivwiiu laiuiuivi iiiifmtai,
so that they can b kept elcaa w need th
eanal and rlrer channel dredged, our Immense
water-power utilised, and railroads built to
all parts or th country, and thus to employ
nut tdla labor, now eomoelled to subsist on
th plttana doled out throuih tbe Provident
aVKI OVnilf sas.,B VVU.B.VH..VH.I w. uwa-
fres s. W need hooesty, economy, and reform
nth eipendltur of money, and tha a a pen
dltures always kept within tbo means to pay.
W seed the consolidation of tho entire ills
trlot under on municipal government.
1 nlaaa than of a chance to a territorial
form of government, w deslr the contin
uance of The present form of government, and
la place OI restrictions no ins rigniot am
fragaaad tha great principle of self-gorsrn
ment, we deslr this extended, and lo order to
mora sTeeiaally destroy the one-man power,
wa ravtaaat that la tha new charter which Uoo
grcis will doubtlsss giro us during the pro
oa mssIoo, tbat thaeloetlraprlaefpla snail
bo oatoadod. by making th ward com mission
r and all general or principal officers now
appointed by th Mayor, to b elected by the
people i aod also that I o such charter tb peo
ple of this District shall hr tha right to
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Ti iui iiiiwi.ii
Mr. T. T. Fowler, alto of the commlttoe,
aald be hoped that the bill aa prepared by
tho terrltoriaUsu would be read for Infor
mation, lie resetted be had not a conv
with him, and asked If any gentleman pres
ent had one. lie wanted to knowwhat the
territorial government wontd be, and what
It proposed to effect. Ills recollection of the
features of the propoted bill wero that a
governor, aod a commltteo of eleven were
to bo appointed by tbe President, and twen-
tvflveaaaemblr-men to be elected by tbe
-Tslri. In that event tho trovernor and
fr-w. - BrftTiiri rw. tn nniBVaiiitrrr nAwar
council M0d .-- maaanro tbat looked to
andheoppu aoflht ubeitlea ofthepoo
an abrldgemep; tnem of lne francfiuo.
d.o, uy -AiF". h tho chairman ap
lie had not consults in- becAueo the
pointed tl ine last meet.,, trom mo
commltteo had not met togtlh, hattlly
no Known cause, ana ne naa prepareu . -ri.
a aerie of resolutions, which ho would a.
mil to tna meeting.
ine resoiuuons are as iouowsi
Whereas oettaia nartlec. Profeiaedlr It-
fublleaas, hare prepared a bill with th Inten
loa of asklaff Its paaeag by Uongreaa, to sub
Btltut a tsrrltorlal form of government for
th Dlstrlst of Uolumbla, la lieu of our prea-
cm ifn j. oiij inu sounif govoraoioaii
Whereas th whole scop aad Intention of
that meaaur Is to de Drive th eltliens thereof
or th caered and inestimable right of th bal
lot, taoaoipririDg inimoi iiooriiea wnicn mi
gealutsad spirit of the Constitution guaran
tees to them imposlogoo them a government
lo spirit and form, such as the fathers of '74
complained of therefor,
ward, duly sensible of the signal favor th
uongreasoi in unitoa staies nav oeatowea
on ua, ib
than on year under trying circumstances, and
thouxh Killdsd bv limited oxnerlonc. w hav
aeooaajiUabed more permanent Improvement
ana aaooioti moci riiorms maa any inrae pro
JtriofMtf, That mindful of th many conflict
and disorders which bar characterised tha
rrocadlngs of our municipal government for
b laat ytar, w ar i.oilbl of error cotu
mtttod la th teleatlon of mea to represent
ui, and w pledge ouraclreo and our aaered
honore that in th future w will aeleot men
to represent us who will dlacbsrge their du
ties alike oredltable to us aal to the United
JtriofiFvd, That we respectfully ask Oongrea
to boar Ln mind that slavtry was Brat abol-
lahiail hv lairlalatlva nafltrrant In our lllatnaL
and that hero th undeniable rights of cltlten
ship wat llrst bestowed on tbe people of color,
and they are thus far the representation of
thslr race throughout our common country i
therefor they pray the Congress of the United
States, their benefactors, that they will not
abrldg their liberties by restricting their fran
chise la any manner, but continue to them
rights to all men, la the exercise m
tbey feel confident that they will
demonstrate to the world that tbey at capable
oi BOiigorernmcnianu are eniuia io periorm
all th acts tbat a free and Independent people
.anu 11 junatr rcaiHira. a, 11 at www uwo 1
dabtof gratitude to our Uhtef Magistrate, U
B, uini,ior id iDioroai ni oaa oucn ii
pressed In our welfare as a people, and especi
ally for tha interest he has taken In the wel
fare aad prosperity of thla, the capital city or
the nation) In the Improvement or our ave
nue and streets, and the embellishment of our
rublic grounds, to mak them correspond to
b grandeur or our publlo bulldloga, thus
making this city not oolr th pride o( the
American people, but or the world, with uo
feigned exprenlonof oonfldence in the patriot
tan anil latallivenoa of tha American (Jon-
gross, and in Mm whaglvea promise that ho
will b Ilk Waahlottoa, "flrel In war, lint In
ooaca. and Oral lath hearts of hla country
men,1' w submit our present rlghls and our
Mr. F. A. Bos wall aald ho understood that
the committee had been appointed for the
purpose of submitting a report and rssolu.
Ikons; but as the report and resolution to -
night seemed to come from Individuals, and
not from tho committee, be did not deem
them proper to be received. It waa a cltt
aene' meeting, and not one of politician a,
and bU objection to action being taken to
night was that tbe question onght to bo flit
co used by a mass-meeting of cltlzent of the
ward. On of the reports wet a laudation
of officials, and lb other a condemnation of
the municipal authorities. Th many, not
tbe few, ihould expreee tbe will of the corn,
mittee, and he believed the adoption of the
reaolntlont tn their prcaent ahapo would re
aalt In no good to the people. lie waa op
poaed to Injuring the humblest cltlaen In
tbe community, and therefore hoped the
whole matter would be recommitted to Ibe
After debate, on the refereac or adop
tion of the reaolntloTJ,
Mr. C. C. Callan mored tbat the old com
mittee be dlacbanred. and a new committee
be appointed, to which tb report and reao
lntlont should bo referred.
i ne question wu put and carried, and the
following commute appointed ( Met4r4. A.
WaUon, T. T. Fowler, C. C. CaIIao, B. A.
DongUse aod II. M. Knight.
Adjourned to Wednesday evening next.
COOKIE I CO0KOO11
tbxt-" rtrr that dowhi-
iEtUO.f-rCT THAT DOW Ml"
oxa-'-rcT that nowsi"
rtErBAiw-"riJT that dowhi
Corporatlom Allorner 7U u th
newapapor ma utner antttiara
On of U1b Hat nrllllaast KtTrla
llarplair on st Blosl Hlvloa; Tbttt
ntrlarl. PwlThat Pwof'-Cok
Pmvss b avr Sstaai that Bous
In th VemltomtltUT.
In the RiPtnrLtcAW of veaterddv wei
noticed the ract tbat tna nignt nerore w. a.
Cook corporation attorney, addreaaed a
meeting at Union Ioagno ICaU, and tbat
our comment mar not appear vj oavo dcto
too barsb, we publlab tbo report of lb
speeco, ine am pan oi wnicn u utcn irom
Atar of yesterday!
iioloricl William A. Oook horn same forward
and said that he dostrod his remarks to bo
taken dowo correctly and publlahad a a mat
tor of iuatlta. Flrau h would reanoctfullr
hand orr (to for ib rent of tbo hall. ( turnlor
to th reporterc ) To-day a had an tie I pale J
aoma oiiuouiit in rriaru io ,na aaiitai
bad tailed oa Profooaor Uroeav pat that
aoma difficulty In regard to th hall, and ha
keut aal lad ai Praafaaaa. (lrtaaaa ntit Lhat dawn
nrfMtlv-tatiiaii that kail. aoA tale oot4
tO 0 UOO lab aH IRB-iasajBim, 10 IB aWtlOlaBBH
aat wock.lt bad boon given ot that a mad
wonaio JB-i J-HJaiwo tw ra, up am mooi
Ing and aiarcgara lawi aaa to Mour harmony
at tata djiuh as) ushi vsAttt auauvr aauiidi
aihfi aaaurad hltm that thora woaJJ kat 00 dim.
cutty ta regard to tk hall. Aad a replied,
- Uijiriii ii 0 tan wiuLAfBontavoi'iij.
and I will adrlaa tb poop! to attend let
that goaowa. too rigni io bom moating oo
longs to aay number of cUlseat who ehooa to
call oi but tb right to m Impress at th
meetings does oot rest loth reporter or editor
or any paper, ruiioaioowoeorrocny, Laugn
ter 1 Fsrsoaally, th editors aad reporters
wero jn lay vpiivi aoiasa waaat bib., aau am
hollered that they had eaader enough tor-
port correctly what they caw aad heard cor
rectly. Put that down. Ilaughtar
11 would try them to-Blght, aod If they dlJ
aot make a correal report ha would cay that
tho did aot dmimi tkaabllltv or havanot
the laollaatloo to aaka a correct report. If
tneyoar laaon .noirieuroaio oreaa aown
th oirtr. ther will fall la thtlr atUmnt
Let's look al It. Don Justice. A vole.
- riliiaawa."! ib sail waa luraiiia lavor
of tb National uoveroment. Who is not in
favor of USB. Urantl (A volet.- Ilatton."
jit hi tn t n thin. (Irant mil tka imb ah
many battle fields, and led many of you tn rlo
lory. (Applause Th sail was tor (Irani
man, aad they did attend 1 put that down.
Then th star aad usruBLioaa cam out aaa
howled oat upon them. IA vole. ''Put that
dowo, too,' and laughUr ) Than It called
those la fa vdr of reform. Whole not la favor
of reform 1 Xet aay Judicious plan ot reform
be pointed out and b would tapport lti but
they tannot dlctat raform to him by calling
th colored aad whlU mea, who attended th
meetings, "scavtngtrt1' aad" bread aad buu
ter brigades " They try to bring rep rose It
upon you whose only crime Is poverty writ
it down, among thl ooarongers an ukomi
areas oobl hearts aad at para purposes as
ther ara among tha tax-payers, uod Al
mighty pity tka editor or reporter who hat aot
roipoct for auchrnio. Laughter and voices.
"Put that dowo." Mlo.Mf
Mr. Cook then bad much to aay about the
meetings that bad recently been bald at
union League uau, ana aoont every tea
words he or some one else rertmted well th e
lesson, "Put that down.' With regard to
moae meetings noaaiat
In that larg meeting you behaved ao well
tsUongressbchav. Mr. Peck "Batter ')
1, way ao not ibiii pa pin puon nvo von
f reset" A Voice. "Don't waatto lo pa
rAAirif liana ma tt la Ooeareea and ro
ar agavoogara. is ii ini oia, unman 17
lacas OI a iiw poraoai on tnia pariy ,
makes him feel for this poople, and It seems
at tlmoa wonderful that tk Cireat Oroator
doss not blast sueh. (A Vole. "If doe
sometimes"! II is ln rain tbal they assail
you. A Vole. "Put that down."! It waa
iho iooi whohedthsTODlDraebdto the mi.
and It wao tb poor who contributed to tba
wealth ot th nation. Not many of your tax
payers and eitlaca went to tho batlt-ald tt
waa in poor maa wao woo to mi, .root ana
bar th brunt of battle. Oo Str aad Uarom
Lion with your Hat of tax payer and 00a
who they ar. Uod mad man aot wllh dol
lars and cents, lo his pocksti but with th
aautiiva oi iniaaiog man ivoiiag, rod inry
could vol as intelligently aa th tax-parcr
f A Vole. "Fat.hetawa."l
Why, the reporter (of th Sort llvoe out
near ma. and h is about atooor aslamibatha
would bo as good a elUsaa If a had ao prop
erty. Why. Oroaby Noras came bora aa a poor
bov. aad noddled oaDars. and was lust as rood
a maa thee aa he la now. when be owna soma
property and bae aa Interest la th Ser. (A
volaet (Puttbat down,"! Mr. Oook her ra
la ted the aneedot of ur, k raoklln illustrative
of th property qualification for voters, and
said that the idea that the tax psyers should
rule was a rella of barbarism. A vole Put
that dawn 'M Ha dosnlaod this tax naviasr
Interest, and he aod his friend (the reporter of
th stn peia a nine, out 11 iney peia sotting
a aaii would atill ba a man. aad have arar
right of acltlicala common with thoso who
pay in largoai awvuai vi iai. (uni popora
tltah Into tha aontr actor Morse. Hudnell.
Klrby, and othera bat wer they aay bettor
or moaner thao If they followed some other
tusinoss. it 11 is wrong tor a man 10 oo a coa
tor 11 Is wrong lor tha aver 10
tra. 'or toatraete aad take pay.
tor It la wrong for tba Str to publish pro-
nr BonirBivia bdui iiu uit, a. tuiiv,
onsat "town "I
"Put that th TwrtArta Ai ttio Paswrrn.
At thla roln. ,u. ha via it been detained
licah entered the fc n0 wa follow with
by other bnalneas, anu
our own report inn hmi
Tbe speaker regretted tha. ipgofihe
had not been present al the begin. a( ttie
QlOCUDg, BUI, uo waa wuwuig imu rile
last moment. 110 saiu 1 -a wuuiu m
brother Murtagn, tbe proprietor ana eaito.
nftli navmi.Miiw ta corns dava from, the
assumed height on which he stands to lay
aside his malignant spirit and tell tho truth
for once and abame the devil. When the
DewsDBMr uress of this eltT h4 nothing for
Its columns than misstatements, It was lime
to speak out In meeting. Every paper la
tbo city but tbe QhronkU had traduced
too ..epuoucaa pany 01 nuumRwu.
All be wanted waa I
uoAjr, thl Star pltchad Into our meetings
Indiscriminately, aad wlthont cane. Tbo
Bible aavsi " The way of tb tranairreeaor la
hard, and the wicked shall not live ont half
their aays." no coata icu mo aiar, too
C'AroniVM, (Mr. 1'ecK suggestea tne usren
mcam too,) yes, and the RsrcauCAs too,
aavs Peck, tbat when vou utall men en ac
count of their wvertv. It was savlnz they
were not old ciuiensj mat iney were not re
fined 1 did not wear broadcloath and fine
linen i did not wear kid gloves, or finely pol
ls ueu nan. 10 sucn, no coma say ine juag
ment of Almighty God would overtake them,
and they would perish. Tbe pen could not
bo traduced with lmpualty.
Speaking about poverty, be had been con
versing with a man of wsalth recently wbo
was once, Uae nimaeir, a poor man, out, on
like tho apeater, he was rich now. Tbe
question came up If It wae disreputable to bo
a poor man, If It was dishonorable to be a
scavenger, or a member of the bread and
butter brigade. A rolcei "Wbat about
Mr. Cook. What about MurtaEhl Well.
he Is a good, clever fellow, but the mischief
is mat nis cleverness is so proronna mat it
never comes to the surface. Mnrtarh baa
his good quaillies. but tha mUchlsf la tbat
bis besetting Infirmities counterbalance all
bla excollent qualities. And tbla reporter of
lb RBfUBUCAK (referring to "our repor
ter") la a well-meaning fellow, but some
times he gets astray from tbo truth. For In
stance, the other nlgbt, when my friends
Molt and Murphy and myself walked orer
towards Beveath street from this building,
(and be accompanied us no farther.) the
1 itaruBLiqAM ine nxt morning announce
1 me. with the rost, as having gone to tbe City
1 Hail to organize tbe meeting therei and bo
J knew that was not to, and bo would not
Now, It la well for vtra to nadentand whi t
manner or men thee reporters are. I will
tell you that they are, ad a general thing, a
cleTcriet of feftowai bnt tbey Fare their
"us", .nee aiiofbuman kind. Tbey
understand thevlewaof tbe editor, what
Sft?f M BUif-'0l and paint tboptc
i5I"Uthef fwej- Besides, they are
KS?-..,en.al0n!' ad u did not matter
what was said, Just so it startled the com.
munlty and made notoriety for their loor
nala. That Is tbetr business, yon ae. Tbey
can't help It. The speaker aald be would
rather have tbe Independence of tbe mean
eat, poorest wblte washerwoman tbat ever
bent over her tab of tbe feeblest colored
woman that carni her pittance by dally,
struggling toll, than to wield the massed In
fantry, cavatrv and artllterv form of mrrnnt
Journalism that treated the poor with deri-
aioD, mat iraaucea ine ooay pontic 01 lb a.
party because Ita members were poverty
atrlcken. Let the reporter tell the truth
tb whole t rath and tho fact la Too will
ronta the Democrals, old cltlxene aad boary
tax-payers at tho next election ao com
pletely that they will never dream they
were arrayea against yon in tne -mighty
content for principle ana Justice.
lie hODed bereafUr thav would not ba
misrepresented by tho reporters. Why
should tncy allow prejudice tiwanUielr
Judgment, to color their reports! It was a
tin to ten a ue, it was wrong in tne eight of
Cod to deceive your feltowmen, and wae tt
not a grievous fanlt for the reporters to
mutate iacia ana aeccivo a wnoie comma
Mr. Cook next alluded to the reformers
of tho Republican party, tbat Is tbe so-called
reformers, and asked wbn tbey were? Well,
Clephane was one of them, iho same who
two years since pronounced the enfran
chisement of the colored people a fall ore,
by signing tbe petition to change the
form of government of the District to that
of commissioners. PhUbrook, a Third ward
lawyer, who was laat year an earnest ad
vocate for a separate party, and tried his
best to get np another organisation. A.
Orant Jen. A. Grant, who never voted In
Washington, never registered himself as a
cltlcen of Washington.
WbUe tbe speaker wae allodlng to the
"reformers,' a controversy sprung up be
tween hint and Mr. Wm. Blowen, tb fatter
sUlleg be could prove that Cook had been
In the penitentiary.
Mr. Cook, this It what tho Secretary of
Slat of Pennsylvania says i
A A. at, fTafar, ffr rrf. 4 fti
Yours of sth lottaat Is duly recelred, mak
In lnaulrv about th eenulnaaeaa ot certain
iiujr.,Hi wiaawi inu, roior, rtnooiing arran
th character oi Wm. A Uok,Kaa
In reply, you ara informed that no tuch Ut
ters wer ever written by ma. I bar kaowa
Mr. Uoek for maay years, and until this cot
retpondene oovor heard of hie tiintor con
viction of aay otTeno whatever, I fool unit
surth letters to which you refer are gross
libels 1 and I disclaim all responsibility for
thm, all knowledge of them, except that Im
parted by your letter, to which tblo Is a replr
Most respectfully, voor obedient scrraai,
V. Joan as,
Ur. Cook continued, eaylog tbat he had
not Intended lo hare prod need this letter,
but he bad referred to this matter as a sped
mea of tho faltehoods put out agalnt the
party and those, la It lie wanted them to
prove the charges. Their conduct was In
keeping with that of thoao who are to-day
traducing the an la yonder Wblte Rouse,
and who hesitate not to slander his wife. It
was part of tho trade of tb enemies of the
Republican party to slander those In the
party. Including Bayles J. Boweo, and he ap
pealed to tbe meeting lo stand by him. Iio
claimed to bo somewhat of a champion of
tbo party for Ood Almighty had made him
such. Mr. Cook spoke of his long service
In the cause of humanity, and said tho
party he was the champion ot could roll up
iTCineaaou majority ana acnieve a splen
did victory la Jane next.
DfATH op Ms. T. E. W. Fmoua. TLo
sad annouocement of tbe death of Mr. Thoa.
E. W. Felnour, well known to hmndretie of
our citizens, wae made yesterday, and occa
sioned feeling of sorrow ln tbe hearts of
those with wbom a few mouths ago he was
wont to associate.
Mr. Felnour was until about the first of
August last tho clerk to Major Richards.
superintendent of police, and ln hla ofuclal
capacity was brought Into close contact with
the members of the force and citizens gener
ally, who loved him for his warm heart,
kindly disposition, and generous natare.
Always ready to assist a friend, even at the
v.vBi ui time auu lauur, uo win uo rcuDin-
bered by hundreds of tboae wbom he has
he was always kind and courteous, and fre
quently piacea mem unaer pleasant omiga
Dons. Mr, Felnour was a prominent Odd
Fellow here, betner a nasi officer ln Mctrooo-
11a Lodge and Colambla Encampment. Ills
death occurred on Wednesday, at tha real.
deoce or his father, oa Fayette stecct, Balti
more. Ills disease was consumption, bis age
about 20 years. Mr. Felnour waa a grand
son of tbalato Rev. Ulysses Ward and a
nephew of Samuel Norment, Ev Ha
leaves a young wife and three children wbo
have the sympathy of the many citizens of
this community who loved and respected
her husband daring his residence among ns.
The remains of the deceaaed will ba
brought to this city. Tbe funeral will take
Slace from tbe Metropolitan church on Sun
ay afternoon at S o'clock, and will be at
leaded by the various societies of which bo
was a member.
Tua "H" Bnut.-Ia one, two and thrto
pleats, to open behind or before, with cuff
and without, with collars and without, and
with buttons or for studs. Price. $1.50,
$3, tlBOand 43 each.
Four-ply Llnon Coffi, line Linen Collars ,
Ota. C. Jlanaixo, No. dlOSeventh St., N'.VT.
A hew rxiTcas, lately Introduced at tbe
Methodist Protestant church, Ninth street,
"The Children's church," has boon success
ful In awakening an Interest on the part of
the children of the Sabbath school, and Is
well calculated to do good. Adalta will be
benefited, also, by the services, which will
be held to morrow (Sabbath) morning at It
... .i ...
Tm I st as o Sckdat 8cnooL Ujuos.
Tb South Washington Sunday school
union will meet to-morrow afternoon at 3
o'clock, at Ryland cbapel, aod will bo ad
dressed by 8. S. Fisher. Cotnmistlone. of
Patents, and General Smith, of tbe General
."or CoatOMia WottK, a largo variety of
jols, at red iced prices, roinUbcd to order
rv short notice. Tboae wanting art I
.i. ,drG4-will Had It to their advantage
o, 10 Seventh it reel, N. W-
... """" low Potatois
NonTBtfti WUitl PSAOa. Produce
are now Tor sale by tbe Northern .
Company, No. 1007 FunnsylranU avenu,.
Bay a barrel.
J. It YlABowia has on exhibition this
morning, al his suit lo th Geatr market, a
ponderouc hog, whoso avoirdupois Is chroni
cled at the enormous weight of TOO pounds.
Hie hog ahtp, no doubt, will attract great at
tention from stock growers aod others. Thla
mnnator nor Iter waa raliivl hr 1). J Ilarrlalr.
esq, or Fairfax eouotr, Va. lie Is a "row
car," ana 11 ia won worm a riai
market to gitie oo his oleaglnt
Tan I la I reran! Frtnahlaa A
mrel this erenlng at Union
ninth street, htwea D aod 1
Itir. (Samuel Mar will addi-assa tm.
1 he sisterhood bar goaa back to Orst prlual
!, ni annouaco ina aeata tree. Ail are
Ma.F.XaiTTZ. Ia. hia aaaoalatatd with him
In business his brother, Mr. John A Luts, in
tho aaddlery and hamate bustosit, and ha
wouiu o nappy id Beanie pairona ii nw. i
rcanay tvaata arcnuv.
Ssvbbal very deslrahle farnlthel roomc
ar offered for rent la our advertising column a.
Apply to No. 1113 K street, rraaklia Row, Im
tweea 1 ifteenth aod Sixteenth streets
Missrs BaxiibTa Mir aett )w.Mar
kst Space, announco lht " dry food now
oa hand will bs sold until ths Ufa day of 1 b
r uary, at H per ccn di-gount
AenALLleoeme" houss for rsat.eontaln
tag Bv" i room-, on the corner of A Mfp-l eoulh
aud Third atrel
Mb O U .UKiR.NoUUIctreeiaoVtiaWest,
orfers for aala 11 V aharee of tb tyafaf 8tmr
iXawapapcr Oompany a took
n -.. l.il. k-..l k. I.. J .Ilk.
ai uioud saiooo, by th week or month
Baa notices of ohuarh servl4t4UQurk4T((
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