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c.ihit ncniRU. THE MASTEI?s"rnE5ENOK Wh.r. tk.II w. Bad "" Meeterl Oar e eaenlof heetle eotreati Yrbetoeril.oehall VJ".V Haw nil tho eeereJ ''' A oolee .peak, ool 'ron "ere", win piw.r our oojib ' il' "To bae. Iht poor f1fll' In th.m to Mr. WO "" "'lijieb.e tk.r b..r Thr . I Wo rather ele.n Thr hsire.l Too r.p i e.itSlj epo.li Wo haeto to B.ek Iho wntoUff, Tor 100 make. t'd Iho totll So we.k oro wo and nimble, Tbe p.eeloao tra.t to bol.1, not e.Thoo lo.d'.tner f voulopi robnof tbomtoTbr folj, Wo a.ther Iron Thr bonntr. Aod la Tkr Bene dl.p.a.. XTm oto our hom.n weekoee. 0. Tbo oaelpoleoeei .... Ana wuwt u Mtj .. ood etilebea, Toy rojal form epoeera, w, J.rmlt rifbost erorskln To woib Tbj tool wllb loon O. erer-itee.ol tt.l.ll uroflod.whrro'or wo tiea.I, Soib iniM Io'"ool olelmeol To pour uponTbf hea.il wooow wlibdorp laeok.ilrloe; Th.lThoo our work wilt ! Tho Jo It run of I'ttior. Tbl prolio U Inloo oloao. Tni llkABT or tut Horn. All really rueful Mil happy home! hare a heatt centre toward which eitry member grar. lutei, drawn by attraction! rciiillcis became ttnfclt Tho Lome-band lht luttouudi, itrcnglheus nil prolccti. It nita'ty iro husband and father. The touch, sit i usually Iho wife and moth r Moro lion sorcral tlraei hate we known tbu weak, Iho lick, tho needy rneof tho i mily to become tho home, heart, to and frwa wbkh tho actlTities of etery n ember were' in leody circu lation. For her room the belt In the home was chosen. The itately parlor Rare np 111 belt chair and picture. To that room came tho first flower, the Bret berries, the Brit frnit of orchard and tineyerd. The newspaper came Into that room fint of all. There the father ' re Tjorted" when returning, and left hU good-bye when going, 'rather tho young glrl.dtessed for a party, camo ? to be admired In tho household heart. 1 hither the eoni hate come Ihrlco a day fresb with the hit excitement, and itonei from the itreet. Tor her, the concert, the lecture, and tho sermon hare been listened to, and a story of them brought home. Her need hai wrought a gentle nen and unity through the whole family. Her tranquil Judgment has tempered hasty speeches and taught the way ot i..4!li thfttiotit. Around her chair. rnnr.h. or bed. aa around an altar thrlee consecrated, haro come dally wor .1.1. M otitt, Srrlnture. ions and prater. Andso through the years of chastened enjoyment and trembling hope, this family has found training in a life ol o. . t. a l.. Tka Krtnin ha si uniiy, parity nu - - bad a heart. The pamra-by said -afflicted." Bat the dwelleri knew that Ibe affliction was working out fralu moit peaceable and rewards eternal. The heart ceased to brat The room was empty. 1 he errands and the ier. Tlcea of love ended. And the stricken ones stood together, and with voices low and earnest vowed and prayed: Hy the memory of the past, by the ache snd emptiness of this hour, and by the hope or the future, wo vow a holy living n tho Lord j and we beseech hlta that In his hose of many homes we may have one, and may sho be tho heart or It Amen. Buasu ABttniv tiut mocrk. Don't you know, about Jesus? said llttlo Mabel, a sweet child of six jesrs. QV, ... -Mj.it in 0- u. inj left alonO With tnn on Snndav cventnjr. She tired of amusing heneir with the pictures, and then, coming to the soft-, ibe caressed me ia her winning, child-like way. '-Desr node, I wsnt you to ieu mo iuui.u.ju(f about Jesm. Mamma always does on Sunday nights." I evaded theflueiuon. and Ulked of something tlu. lint she would not be put off. Again and again .1.. wnrM .if ' Plena tell me some thing about Jesus." Finding I did not .nitf mA kt lentrtb. opening her blue eyes wide, Why, you know about Jesus, don't youf I did not know about Jesus, nor did I wish to. But the prattling of tho dear child led me to a asnseof my Ignoranco and guilt, and to sees, ana i iruu 10 unu iuu -cm j about whom little Mabel was so cagecto hear. Tan which is the best adapted to the human condition Is God s favor. When Moses aaid " God, show me thy glory' Ood refused to show him his glory in thesenso la which be thought of it that is, with the scenic outflsh of all creation, revealing angels trooping about tho throne, and exhibiting all the manifestations of divine power. Moiqi thought to see wonderful rlilons, bat Ood s tid . " I will sh ow yon my pood ness. It U at If Ood rebuked the falao noUon. which Moaestud, and point ing to his goodness, said ; " This is my glory." Ir bis fttUuro se mad to rest on a noble life, it wu wheu tho dou of Man, derertcd by his frionds, heard the cry which proclaimed that the IMiarisees had drawn the net around the Divine victim. Yet from thit very hour of defect and death, there went forth the world's life; from th&t moment of appa rent failure, there proceeded forth Into tba ages the spirit of tho conquering Gross. 8urelyt If the Cross savs anything, It uTi that aDDartnt defeat is often real victory, and that there is a heaven for Ticiury, wum mam mn - i iboaa wbo bave nobly and truly failed on f earth. To sJCLnrLT grBivarti aafust an an noyaoco fs better than to take away tho annoyance itself. Sopnoie a man Is sick, and prays to Ge-i for lioaltli. That is not a wrong payer, ana uou may answer it In tins way . He may say, Let the sickness abide, but It shall be with anch consolations, with such a sense of my supporting you ln ft, tint your whole soul shall be filled witli joy and trust, and that ft sli-11 bo better for yoa to be sick thau ff you cro well" There is sneb a thing as shaking down more fruit In sickness than men gather ln health. iittcher. On looking at the world, it is always difflcalt to I ma nine a boirlnninir to mat ter But it is equally difficult, yea, more so, to imagine a beginning to rolnd Of the two, it is easier to conceive a begin nlng to matter. It Is a necessity of rea son to suppose an unaenyiug nuitiunai ity amtd all this transition WnT is our life at its longest t What are) the schemes upon which we must set our heart T we grow on while wo yet feel young. Our bark that glided sweetly along tbe shores of life, f(tiickly gets out Into tbe rapids, beyond which are tbe roar and foam of tho great .Vlaara. Wmi men whom OoJ calls to stand op for Him against the workers of in I aaity are afraid to trust Ills providence, and deem ft needful to succorab to the demands of worldly wisdom, they forfeit tbe blessing' which He has promised to earnest faith, aud there ia no help for them. Trksc aro two modes of spirltuil growth, one by looking in, the other by looking np 'Ihe latter enables us to transplant into our life the lifo of Uod. 6 1 or us should te-tcb us what a vain thing the world ls4 whit a vile tbiug sin If, wnaf a poor thing man Is, and what a -precious tiling an interest in uorist is. To repent of sin is as great a work of jrrace u not to fin. Urttornl ( Cameron, foifowtar cstrart from ma vrasuiog ice or it.et(-iiubargi;L-a.; h In it., wilt be read with th nanv frleods of tba dlitlasslahed Senator from Pena sjlra&la, woo li so favorably known throughout lbs country, U Is a merited tribal to the worth od ability of the vtttrao Seantor I have had tbenleaiDreof netllni with a large mianber of gentltmta from FvdtiitI- Taoia wqo occopj oraciai ihuodi ncrv. Prominent araoor tbets Is th lion. Simon Cameron of the Senate. AHbovg h I never wis an abolUloaUt In the strictest sense or iho term, I have ever cherltbed tb blgbeat rrgard for Senator Cameron i'ne he took th lead In tba cabinet when Secretary or War, on lbs negro qnentlon. In feeling, on the subject, perhaps be wti not fr In ad vdc of Prwldrnt Ltnenta at Ibe Urns. Bat bt was for 1 mooed It is action. Tbli was not la accordance with the policy of Mr. Ho coin, who generally wait! ontll be Rot the peopte edacitted before he adopted extreme rafMuren. The comt punplo of Alleghany enanlv tbeo bearillf endoreed the theory of Mr. Cameron, bat man of them thought wltb tbo PretldeDl tutt lb time for action bad ncarcely come Hading that ha wi too rJicii ror toe men hoiict oi ion uorern inent, and rather than tbat there should be a dlrltloo In the cabinet councils of the na Hon, Mr. Cameron, It wilt be remembered, raelgoed hie port-folio as War MtaUter. bat recommended; at the aome time, as I have been reassured ilace I came here, tbat the (Ion. E. M. Stanton be appatated his see- ceator. HrStaaton was appointed on tbo recommendation, ai I am Informed, and tbe coantry has bad ua occasion to regret tbat the recommendation wit given or the ap pointment taade. I hava heard General Cameron ad J ret dor the Seaatetwoor tbree limes aloe I came here. It affords ma much pleataro tosoe tba whcneTerberloesloipeakbecommanda Nub the reaped and atttatloa of tbe Senate. Aiiaoagu no uoes DOteiaimtODeaipoiiaaea aa orator as Coakllog Bamner, bl epeechce oa tbo faadlog bill and other qoes ifons cootaloed as much sotiBd, practical HDie it did those of either of tboao gentle men. I am glad to sej j oa bave oven pao lUblag hU speeches Utelj to tbs Oautu. I am barrv to know alto, as I do ftom experience, that Senator Cameron has tbe war of the Preeldcnt an I U unqvoailooabl) maaeniiai aitae nrnua iioaao. ii iwm secklog an oQlee or favor of any kind within tba gift of tbe QoTeramet.fi 1 would not like to have to resist tbe opposition of Mr. Cam eron. Ills great political luOurace la Pcna jtTanla aad elsewhere Is known and felt here. But, aside from bis political Inflnsoee, ho Is a gentleman of great wealth and tbe highest social position, and, let assay what wa may, these things ars not 'dUpUea even by plain, simple, democratic Americans. I have ben ana red most positively by those who are not wlthoat reputation la Pittsbunr and elsewhere, aad who have the best op portunity of knowing, that Senator Cameron is most faithful to his party, and la everr- thlDC he does politically consults the welfare of Republicanism. Notwithstanding pub llsbed statements to the contrary,! know iroin ray own personal ooscrrauou iaai toe Pretldeot aud bo are oa terms of the most perfect harmony. I mention ibeee matter becauM I wtib tbe tVntb to be known, and siaoaeroaa state men is to ua contrary nare been circulated by a few sensational writers It U trae that these statements have done no person or party any harm, but neverthe less they thoalir&otbe allowed to go uncon tradicted. Neither by volccvote, nor speech has Senator Cameron gone contrary to tbe 4lntlplea of hit party, nor disappointed the especusiioni oi m irieoas, uaTios; waicnea ble career closely for several roars. I am prepared to aay that I kaow of ao public man in wnon i wooia repose moro implicit confidence than la Senator Cameron, and I ear all this although I have never received a favor nor era I a candidate for any posi tion. TbaCllr " UMUa-lsihs Itnrnir Tbedllowlnrappearsln thaPalarson (S. J ) rrt$i We Eire It for what It Is worth r Tbe following facts may, possibly, ac count for tbe lots of the'Ctty of Boston, If she Is lost; a calamity which now seems almost certain. Tbo night before lbs City of Boston sailed quite a party of her engi neers, laciaamg ner coiei engineer, were ia Paterson vlsltlog some friends. They made the following statement! Oa a former trip of one of tbo Inman steamers, when near Sandy Ilook, she broke her propeller, a three bladod one, and pat back to New Tork, where she was fitted wltb two-bladed pro peller, with which she made the passage oat. She was thea fitted with a new propeller of three blades, and returned, bringing the two- wiia ner. i no 111701 uosiou, on her last trip this way, lost 00a of her pro peller tans, and tbo old two-bladed propeller was nut In her to make tha passare out with. tho Intention beion to relit her la Ko aland. Now tbo result of barlog In a propeller of only two blades, Is to necessitate the running of the machinery owe third faster, and the daojrer of fire 1 greatly enhanced front tbe heat log of journals, Ac. "These eoilurers of the city of Bos to a, JuU before taking leavoof their Patterson friends, remarked, 'Wa shall hare to be on hand early In tbe morning, and shall bare to do doty In tho Ore brlcade. Tbat Is. la the afety corps formed xa do duty la case of any acciaent irom toe Dealing ot too machta try under the extraordinary speed of the engine. It Is qolte possible Ual this danger 01 aro may nave orcoma a real one, ana owing to relaxation of rlgUanco, or some other cease, Iho noble ship has been burned np. It Is. a horrible thought) but the two dangers of holler oxploaloa aad burning term to he tbe most likely to caase tbe total destruction and disappearance of the ship with all on board." The Popo nwd the Am or lean rre-4 Uleo. A. letter from Boms, dated Tebruatr IT. and published la tha CsthaiU WrU, says that on tba Win of January the American Epucoraw aaa too American uonage at be was received by all the American bishops now id inascity, su tue Ameneaa prwsta, tbe Undents of the college, und mauy Cath olics from tbe United Sales. A. splendid llfe-slie portrait of Ills 1 loll ores, J tut ptlated by tbe American artist, Ifntly, for tbo ex hlblUoaaboat to be opened, had been scot to tha colleze for tho o casino, and n placed la a prominent &o1Uoii. Ia tba hall. the letter says, the Pootlffapuke a few kind ana paternal woras.aoa ArcnienopBDaald Iog,la the name or the American Churcb, clergy and laity, made an address to tbo Pope la Latin. The discourse woe excellent In taniaago aad bappy la tboasjbt. The Archbishop referred to tbe fort that Plus VI. tmrf cr wmn na Am Aral tilahnn lio- Po.n of Baltlmorvi) Plus VII. Lad uultlplletl dioceses, and gtrea us onr first Archlepfsco- pi ooe, aaa ne, nos ii., aaa estabiubed cia inner Arcuirificcopai 0000. 00 mat in a country where sixty yearsasro there was hot six other Arcbleplscopal Sees. So that la a one bishop, thereare now sixty, three fourths ot woorn are acre in noma to attend the I Qeoeral CounelL Toward the end of bis discourse the gooj Archbishop broaebc ln a few loaches of true American wit. This la what Itallaoe would scarcely venture on on inch an oocasloo, and It was to then bbsx pec ted, Evto tbe Pope looked for a moment paneled, aa If ha could not conjecture what was comlngi bat as be caught the point, a omllo spread over bis countenance, aad tbe smile developed lato a hearty laujh. As for the Italian prelates, at first they wondered as who would not, at an American Joke la tbe leogasffe ol Cicero I hat afloat not all thslrsutslr dlar. nhy could withstand lu force, and they Lang h yet oa taey repeat it. tne oisuopa, ids eopcriors, aad Btodanls of tha college, the nriesta who were present and tbe laitv no- proacbed lo otter thalr homage lo the Pon till oaa receive ma Dieaaiog. 101a over, nodo parted, but sot nolU be had declared that he was delighted, more than delighted, wltb lilt visit. a a- r . 1 . I Sad Bcata. Yesterday afternoon there T wn n accoo prcicnveu ou tan uowery IQB1 sinnM till rA ohtnalu a . i who mast bare been at least seventv rear ' r.l . -uh.n kit.. nL. 111!! !k J9iJJvT 1 of age, with all tbe Intlnnl.lee that such ad- i" j" j,Buviauj vuuga, wa, tnn actor. She waa crippled, and used a pair of I cral:bes,but she could neither .walk with I hem nor wlthoat them, for all her lnflrmi. ilea had not prevented her from rettlur beastly Intoxicated. Two humane Individ uate eeemed to have hsrla charre. Tba gentlemen helped her across the street, where she wee id danger of balujr, run over, and baring no more time to give bar, they left her lo herself. She fell upon tba side walk utterly helpless, a handle of animated rags, too degraded to behold, aad taonlteoua to condemn V, Y. Paptr, llfA, Fcmils H. D'e. The leeenlh aaoaal commencement eierclses or tbe MeOlcal t iv.ii. F e... v 1..11 i- .i. .. i ""'"i" s "wukh njcir uriu tutus I. jt, C 'a ball last rrenlns; A noticeable feature or the occasion was tho prrsence of a lanre i nnmner or eulorea Dt-oiila. Th .tourr-. ,," rwiMAr ujii,in. - ..r. .. a"i. f. ean.e-oM- tot. WUIVIICU VII tUQ following named fnsiloatcei Mrs M A. R. uuoeri. or uoaaeeu:ui sirs. Xlmlra Ti Howard. Of Ohio, Miss Boaea H. Bmltta. feolorerf. of Drooklrnt Miss llarv Kver. Ufttrnix ThfifoHowioire: IV&h g ro(eW!f by I :.r.0""l.s eirabDi nsrlVcf kJw liSi'rj'Xi:' "",",,il, THE HOYS IN BLUB THE BINGHAM AMENDMENT TO TOE QEORQIA BILL. tmox OKt? o.i the quvtiqr local IMllllclnao i'is Find rwtter On shir a Thais Dennnoela; ilopnblleftna The ret ulitr maathlr sate tie of the QlAoSra of theUralB llleewse helJlast evealef ai talea LtMU llill (9t the purpoae of htarlsf he report of the eamptifo eomralttee la rersrato the rropoied irand tlenoestTatloa a torchlight pmaJe In honor of thrterrl Aria) novemtat n4 the Hfteeath areead taent. joerl A OrotpreIJe4. Mr VliUn A FiCf'iitn wss elestril a member of the ei teuUvebotrd.vWe Mr, 8. Johatoa, tfitatJ Mr O 1) lltrrll ffer') the rollowlnet Whereas 111 is orfsnlitttoo has Istrnej with nraroutiJ rectal that ibtir sietdlsi liisatiaoa irofoutnj retet that their steiUit Mead sod Klthly-esteeistitsolJler fellow elllitn, llrevel Drl(iijir Ufotril Jamea A Ektn, ilepol Aiiiritfmiiiif iitifil. Ualtcd Htalea nrmt, ns been or Is atxitit 1 1 be tranifsrrsd lo a Jlstaat post of duty and whereas la par uJr. meat the sentllof awsy of Usasral Kklo jail it thlsjaaeiure would be a great dtrlat to important Iol laiersits, and anooat la this nasuniryImoittaa publle etlsnttfi there fore mmtW, That the U ys la Dlue of the DIs trtetor Uolttmhla utile la petltloilnf the hoaorahle Veeretaryor War, If wot taeom. pttlbla with the Interests of the ssrvlee, to eoaaterm.nd the order transferrins: Ueneral Ekln. In (ha and that thli Dublin anltltaJ ana lavaldthte offlr be roulned oa duly tn bis Important potl hero at Ike national espllal. JlfMtMrf, That an attested snpy or Ineae reso liitiena be furoUhed Is tbo War Depsitaieaf Mr. Wn. A. Hughes neat uttered Whereas a publle meetlsg was held to Ua sola Hall tu TuesAtr nlrht. the 2S1 last. oetedatbly In the Intsreit of the loyat people if tha Aoitth, and partieotarlr of tho toyal people of Usurgla, bat really ta the laterrst ui in arrup ring iai nw ihhi ibi, ifi tiJwhiriii thrniieh Iho laslmeientalllT o. ihesameeorrupt ring the delegation In Oon gross froJt tho Httte of New Hampshire, atid isnior II H Kevets. of Mississippi, were serenaded on VeJaesJy eight, aad whereas i-otoluMone were ptsied ecmurlaj tha Rcpua- ueaa nsmeers oi inn iiuuie oi urpraBi (lees who voted for what la knowaas the Ulag oaot anendmeat to tho bill sow before Uou irn in fulmli iLa Hlal nt tleorela ta lepreseotatloala that body, and else censor ing the Repiihllssn HenlTorswho faror that smtnJnsnit and whreaa sueh RepublUaa nemnerB or mo iiouse oi uririiiiiiuiii sJobwA llliichtm, John A Login, Janes A. (larflaLI. Nathans I P. Hnka. llenrr Is Dwes. Robert U.tfehensk and other Itepubll- ean BiaTcsman wno are Known m in voanirf, oaeol wtioen illsMngalshed thens'tres on the flit J of btlle In ibe dark days of Iho re hellion flfhtlBg for our sou a try. ruled fr the ansfMlnontt and wherets eush Kiubllo tatesnienasl.r'oanTrainbull.Ueorge V EJ aiuDdi, Itatcoe OsJnkltag, Matt H.Uiri'enter. t'red A Mawyer,t)arl Sehuit and other Hena tors wall known lu the eouatiy ttror tha sU eneoJneiili Inert to re, . . Rutin, tbat welhlnkllaswUe and anhe ooiaing in the Republleaas or this District to sirea any opinion lo regard to Iho osld Biughan amendment, aol tbat the attempt to Injure tho gallant He prcseotatlf es la Uongrrcs whn sustain tbat amendment Is outrageuus ana eonieopiiitie. true Renutncaasof said District. Jtrsoeei. Tht wo express tha warms! ssra. ptthy for the true Uepubtlsaas and loyal meo f tUstoMtb, tht we condemn iho wicked acta of tbe Ku Xlua and rebate who hare oppressed them, and we wUI rentier any law Cut and proper nitllalbe true taenia the deuth wbo are la sympathy with our UoTernmenr Mr. O. D Umottlo support of the rectlu lloos, said that It did not become the ettltcas ui the District lo ceaiure the acts of Uoagress. It was composed of men elecleS to consider national matters Tbry dcroled their lima to uch rattten, and If tbo loyal members of the Republican party, man who- had dlsplsyed their scat on many a btttle-Deld, were not to be trusted, the disapprobation or come of the sttlttni would hare no weight. Orantlog Hut we here the right to crlllcWe a measure while It Is peodlog before Uoogress, tbe people of thP ntrtft would belter show ikelr respeet bytkcersllease. tti rrsitiutiurtc were naaetmoasty aaoptel. The Uhalr oo the part or the Umomlllee on Uilltif v AtTalra. renorled tha bill for niUltarv laws would be published next week. Trftiowlig general order was then pro "UlUa' a nilDIVllll'l VVH l B loll SSo w uf oaasa tmibb a srassrs soer bwst I Qtntrml Qrdtrt Sm 1 1 In nesordaace wllh tba resoluttnns adopted at a meeting o( the orxanlislloo held March I, 1IT9, which were approved by the eltliiosand Uoys la Bins Osmptln UomrnlU . the allra danmioi wilt at once nraoaro for tbe grand torchlight parade, to take pUce ancr ine ne siaaai man n I'riiviaaiai Hon aaoouaelog tho ratlflealloa of the (If Weeth amendmeut 11. Division eon aiatd era will at cues est ab llsh their be-dqaertcrs, which will, as Urn nraetUabla. be kent oven everreraclcr until afier tho peredC4hP.em.bero of tho executleo vuDt-d , raqweslel to aaslsl In proeurla lha necessary balls for headquarters Division, reelmeotal. and eompaar eommaaders will at onee collect the torches ari'l uniform, aad store the same with division headqaarlerc The will aUu take Immediate ctenc ta earn plcte Ibe orgaolsatloa of their epoivoJl' ompllanee wltb iho reautrtsatealc of Ueneral Ihc resolution in Is hcrcbr ex d to all Kenubltean oresntetlloni In tha Uiatdot, as wetl aa all sltliano frlcudly to tho proposed chngo of government for (he Ills -irlct or Columbia, lo parllstpate lo the prade, thereby making tho demon si ration a grand sueecss. worthy the capital of tha nation, thowlog to Ou nirsts tbat while we rrjjlse tn ihe adaption or the llth amendment lo the Constitution, wo dcclf e lo call their attention to Ibe fsct thai cald amendment dues not apply to thlc DUIrlcr. there belag some 0,000 Cltlienc. relticnis 01 loeenuniroi vaening. ion outside of the Stfrporata limits of Wash fbgton and Oeorgttowa. who aro totally de prived of the right of aulTrsge and sslf govern acnt. IV. Tho following geallemea are hereby ap- jiBiDiau niiisiiiivT ,, aiDf MDtuor(iw end the oouoty. with nuthoritr to eelrst three assistant marshals! trst ward, John V. Cool iru, jinn K.uimii Third ward, A.O; Keened ward, v. w iteiee; ard,D.W Kelseyi Third ward, A.O. I fourth ward, M Q. Cmeryi klfth e.Jdr. Hughect Hlatb ward,UM. Kicnaras) 1 .L Km, llartoei Seveaikward. Irederlek A Ilocwellr (teorgetows, U. 11. Uraglai county, J, M, LtBgitoa and R. Y. Martin, Tha marshals wlllmaka all necessary arrangements In re gard fo trsospareusles, ks-, aod will eoasull with tho campaign sommtttee In regard to their fmure preparations. V (Jol L U Cutler Is hereby appointed chief raarshal of tho moaated iHelslun, Ue will eppolot an aaslstaut In each ward of Washington, two la Oeorgf to wn endtwofron Ihe county, aod Ibe chief marshal will make all necessary a rem gs incuts In regsrd to eiouollag aad rqulirvinf bl e ommtiwi. My order t a, Uiiiir, Uummanilag Mr Wm A. Hughes then a Idressed the tu'din. Ibe 111 hnrlcc been filled on be tho delegations from tbe wards He said he would ly a icw wurm ia rvRara to inr proposm 1ST rliorlal formnf goverumeut The oppoasatc of tho measure were Invariably corporation oBslala. aad thee httl marnd unllktr tutna nor meoey to deeelvc the colored voters of wBsningion. int cur was oow as small as It had always been andas It would eontlaueto be wblla Ihn nreaent state ore fTalic eontlountt How mane were there la lha District who to. d r denied the rlebt of etllsenchlo. aad who would not be a free led by tho ratification of ine tineen.n amenumen. Territorial gov. ernment wee Ihe remedy aod Congress would bo cure to giro it to us tic spoke or the bankrupt condition of the corporation an 1 tho manner to which Iho peo pic's money bad bten wasted during the past A motion to rejonslJer the vote by which the resolutions offered by Mr. Hughes were adopted prcvsllcd, and they were (seen up for consideration. UcorgeW Hattoo aaldha liked enma por tion of ihn oreambla and reaalutlooa. huf h aid aoi want 10 vote 10 inane bush men as tlcnator Trumball and John A Bingham, Tba troable dow waa that tho milk and water Be r nauseas wern respoaaieie lor an the trouble li the ttouthera Htalee He would rather vote to concurs lllnghtm and such meo. The.Obalr eaplalne 1 that Ibe reeoluttons did not propotstbacks to anjbodr, but eensured tbe acta of DIM rlct politicians lor attempting to drag national pohllss lato our munlslpsl affairs Mr lletioa, eoatlaulcg, cald If thev era adopted be chuntd concider tbat his Mr. Usrrstl cald lhattha resalntlana dlJ ami propoie ssosure to aovbody bat the cttr toll clans whewcfO lostrumenial In gcttlsg up lha ...(.khiw, us irwutu propoaa nc an amendment, that while wo aro opposed to the IIIoghesB amsudment and will do all wo son. sistcnilyean to prcveot Its passage, cllll we co edema the set of our oarle to tha itiairiat r I UOJUHiDiaoaiiiii itaaii uctiumisan forttaialasr " "" ul ' v, vtwmvwTt 01 UOOCICSS who saw flr to vote for the Hingltam amcod' (icneral Grant waa nunaifJ ta tha .!. eatbeeauBeli brought up ihe olhcrsldeof the question, and he did not waot national pollt .. to be brought Into our munlelpVl "uaira. vrnua avwacoppoceo to inC lllag. h ameodmeni, he should oppose Ihe dlscuc "? mfl(Ull (ll ., .,. ,v. posed amendment, were referred to a special committee of four, eonslstleg of Oeacral A. (Iraot, (Joined U It Uarrctl, J It Tuonlc, (ieorge W Hatlon, lo report at the next meeU lag Adjouraed Taisiov JonD. Atthe regulss mcetiog of Kqual Ito. 1 Trlde of.Joeadsbe, hold at their new aod beautiful ball In thoOoogrcaa. tloaat church, sl night ihe following offlsers lie Mittlii i Treasurer, ti. on i AleaaotUr i hhsp her J, J. V. Murphy I 8hallu waithmai. K waieaesao, es. ur. Kimball i u. roiaiaoori Diss Iltl The maasfers of tbe National "w1 u,uo afeoaaioefiooeusafaieed, no naveoadiDefrouBusaraived, .,.,.. I. pirp.,1., lb. to, - . u hai - sa. TbsrewlllbaaoeaBia there this afleriM t as was slated la aa afieraooo eoteosperary 0f yesierrtay, the (rooele not baler la ! eoDdl- I tloa. Due ootlse wllj be firenof Ike opeslsf m ... a -,.:.. w aes.1 Uoj.?;w.;';.f.v.',' k """ RaoAvn Wiid Tntra nrii mhi Tho Troo Sirpabiuaa Olubof the seeaod ward held lent, la theehair, and Biaefatr nurley score terr. TheatteoanoeeweBqQitelj.rtten.Uho jftiiui nirnnnNvi. i. Mr. John U'Daa.an atvtba at lha srlsrlnf abases ander the present ailotUUtrallafl, and ih teoeeity rorVteform.Ue enarfsd "! Mayor Uowm a vsurpatloa of power'tnif" - fsaaelaeipidnuret,aHdanappropMtin of them la improTinf streets that would re R.l Ja,iu.V!EU?J?!.,lfM arv, wnlle thoprlntlPM strettawereentlriif nesleaiH. and that-This no tilde work wss Dtnent pnraTO properly ir nil own . SMkeliefjeaeMutrJe.ftit meetlnitupof thoreailtkaihee.tifawae dillr 1alnf, ttrlswt usuranee fit 'snf sees at the eemlil eJeetion. Mr.Phllbrook.oftho rourlh Ward, uritel cuoa, mmQ pniQira pet ine eeetssttr 01 wora l"C to aeeompllsh their eoJi. tie thoufbl Vfm A Cook wae well onoafh known by the sinofnoi vroDfrai id root inn uaaru oi L f islatsrlalrsitlnn If nrlft "'p wr imn. i toouij aiao see o it that the Judge of eleelloowereot all .nl hem. Dowen's friends were walehlnc all these things, and IT ho sboeU ant n nomlo. lion from aay quarter, they should see that he dll not control these Judjf s. .. ...a..r iT:,,L"T."'' ".;.. dUc He wanted II tll beyond their power lo lyrsolie end rnb by breaking up the eoatrsst ersteat and plyltt mora atfeiflon tolls la lertsts of Iho Ubortdf eUsses. s. ne Mr. Uienhtne next mldresied tha maalloc. ret ernng 10 tne eariy nays or itepuolienu r itiiuhii nd Ike short tins In whisk it bet r foecUn hopes he 1 been realised. Tl bfy were thrrftJ with dliropttnc the urty. was true that in union. was ali-nlh. but 'ast there m'sal ba unloo w It lea weald enJ In Jf lh Nooeo would hesitate to part with an arm or leg to tare Ibe nn,and bo tha parly snuilberlilof themuolelpleiurptlos.ariuaa the Ultyllsll or die with It. lie eonptrad he D owen clique to tha mao whoeluag to the mp ran. viMtinivz "usiim wa sianu. m vldMI fall" lie ehsrgeil that liayor llowea ws a tool or designing meo who, hyflsltotlsghlm. moulded mm 10 inair puriioava, nail iiii um nrii airp In reform wee lo take the ooatrotof our city Nr. Drown, ot Pennsylvania, wac not there rollht purpose of atiaeklog the Mayor, the way te aeeompllsh tbe reform desired wss. to go to work aad orgaoleo their torses, and let every man bring his frlendc to the polls, aad they saw Si thsy could dtpUce Sir. llowea. Mr. A Watsop sild ihls agltatloa ft re form In ihlssltywas not axeepilonal Ii was aMtagoafaoaehelfefikaaluoBorths Ualoo until the question whclher a Kepubliesa form of government was strong snongh to secure a faithful perform .ace of duty was st rlou.ly raised He aatialpaied the major por tion of tho evils lo the contract cfRiioj, aad polated out various eoelrasls la tU city to chow that the grosesl swladlao had keevpsr pet rated. Sir Thomas Taylor, a "skilled mcaaie" spoke ta Ihe tnteresl of the laboring alasses. Mr R A. Slums, co'teellmaa from theSlalh ward, spoke strong If lo faror of reiorm and In Xhe meet log tjicn adjourned. Tmno WiiD Hrcnt.ioaH Cluo lu re spooso to a call published la the morning pipers, the members of the Thud Ward Re. publican Club lo ibe number of, a,Wu,tSOaS' aoiabled at Wlsewcll U arracks last night. Tbo mectlag waa called to order by H. J. Bccll, esq, the pmcljcet,aad after ceveral loeffce. lual attempts to accuro the appointment of a sssretary, Mr, Wm. A, Cook said ha did not consider It BecossarytcB he kuew of 00 wnrk which could bo done by tho meeting lo night. He had seen tho call accidentally, and, of coufee, desired to bo present lie thought ma oesi ipmg 10 u uone woum on 10 aojourn over to some special time next week, then he vvouiis nave eomeiaicg iaia aoou.. Ibe tJJialr suceeetod tba before Iho meet Ing ndjouru It would be well to lead tha mlnuteo of the laal meet lag. Mr. Cook did not think It would be lo order eroo te read end approve the mloutee. "Ad journ ! some lime scat week, than wwlll nave a Urea meetlne aad coma work tado" It Is proposed to commence the rcgistrstioe of TOtcrc early to Aorll, and of course tt'wlll be necccssrr o gvi ne nco rcaay anu in enspe. Ucorea H Dostoo Inaulrod whether ane special notice wac required to callamcstlag of tho elob. Tho Chair. "X9, sir. I will 00 v read Ihe minutes 01 ine last sneeiing " Mr John Urown. "I ohjeel, I object" Mr. Coleman "I mere that we, do now ai. Jonrn." ncvcrai mimotri -10 wnat iimci deversl voleci. ' Mood ay," VVednesdty.,, Mr Cook. "Make It a utile Jooger-iy hat lhoall(iB lo ad. Journ would he withdrawn. r Koirwiq rriatFi id witniirair i, 110 did not believe lo tha few men who were prec m Miisiw)Ming iw iiiii;nm inn vivo nim of their action overawe Ibe people, Mr. Froemta Said he eoustdeicd the mutton r roper aad the meetlne pre mature, but as hey were here he would like to cty a few words. He wie a member of Ihe eneculiro committee end they bad not beeo consulted If the meetlagwenl oo and transacted busU nessa mojorlty of ihc roterc outd be down on ihera lor springing tiieeiing, the club hot hsvleg had one oloce laat July or August. IMr.Ileallcaldthalln Justice to hlmtelf he roust slate that at the last meeting uf the elub they had adjourned suMast to the call Of the chairman or lha executive committee. He wns notified and attended n meeting of Ibe executive committee last Wedn.'sdty night and was requested by Ihetn lo eal thu meet log. As for foul pteyov Intrigue he dclted man to couple bis name wllh sush terms. The meeting could now do nc they caw III, but he hoped that they would meet st so early day, aa the club should bo organised and at work fiometlouof Mr,Coleiuao,tbo rat a ling then adjourned. Tna AhcrioamTia Couvavv. Wheh the people of llostou, the sons of the stern Purl laos, aissmbUd a huodrad icart ago aod pro ceeded to throw the tea Into lfgstun harbor, they had the asauranae that a year and n half or two years would elapse before aoolhcr order caul I be acnt out aad filled. Sluea tbti day what a change has tikca place Dropping lu ycairruay 10 in imuu, ahi-sji, i, store, oumbcrs ISIS and 120 reoosylvanla avenue, we were shown teas tbat slut dajs ago ware la the warehoutee of tho tea dealers of Uhlae and Japia, and but n abort lluopre vlous to that growtne greca upon tho shrubs ofthelr nnllresull these teao had been lot Cortcd by the way of the atcamerc between hlna and San Fraselceo, and forwarded from Iho latter point by the Pact ft e railroad directly to this enterprising honss. Bat aside from Iho fragraoseaod fieshacieof there teas lucre Is another feature no less liiercsllor lo house keepers, which Is that they are celling them flftr a ants onr nannd ioe I Own Is eaareed else. where An examlcs 1 a of fnslr price list will show tbo troth of this state meat. The lunar lor fncllltlae of the A mar la an Taa 1 inmpiiij ii n'oiinasj4 p, raw iaae aaj uailiIivii tm um mnj 01 mtummt, mgwrs, syrups, Dour, ae.lhey have eneqnaled ar ranxamauta br which tnsr araenahmd taotTar these below the narkel rates as ferissionso, gcaoloe old Javaa.1 St scat, gfasaaOUoents, (wni4 lamajii mmv miriiiBti a,, aj aai aj cents, aod K10 at from St td S9 scare Nlaa pound oT good brown auger ate given for St, afcdthCDthcf gredtBTC eel J propor- tlonalely low, , Their Imported luxuries are aitho vmtw latest I a ner tall ooe. ood of ooorsOianrahnanJ c hesper in an older stocks svhlsh came la wllh gold at a higher rata of precaluaa, the hccegt f whlabla given t ihe purchaser. Ifvery koasekeeperor purchaser at groaetles should asllaod sxsmUo tho immcnee slonei of the American Tea Company and satisfy them stives tbst thsre leioasigy, enierprlsn aod buetnece teel lo ourclly. WcoouHBoamast eerdltlU to theroadsrs of tha Rerun lio aw Iho eatcrptlslag firm of KIphoaBo Youegs St Ca',wbto hifO eatakllsbeS, at the corner of Pennsylvania Avej.ue and Four sod-e b tU street, tbe cheapest' and bast gtoccrv store In Washington It le Iho pur ace el tbagcntlcuanly proprletarcMrssrs. Jphouso To a rtf 1 nnd B M, llurchard, to al ways keep on bsod a Urge lot of fresh AQOde, next s their motto Isnulsk salee amTemall r roOts, those wbo wish always I obtain at ha escapes! rates lbs cholsesl'srlldfi for consumption ceo rely upon whatever la pro cured at their store being Just what te repre sented. It le needless lo enumerate thalr atoak or particularise their goods batfy ysP" selves by purchasing whatever you oeed U Ike rroeery lino at Youoga A Co , corner or Poos, sylranlaaveaus aod g'uur avd a-hilf street. Some DanaaiTSt. Prof. S. Q, ifarUl gavenjwIherofhlsdsllghlfutcoireeoenThore. dayeiealng.athiaaaadamy, on K atroot. be-i tweca Ninth and Tenib. ,Tbesa calertats maatcaro amoogihe inoer eharmlagof tkelr kind, end are attended by Iho tlUt and beauty of our fashionable eoelety Prof Marlalaad his assistants. Profs. Horatio llatccand Q. V. Kvans, ware outst aollelioua for the welfarobf thalr sueets, and every onessemed to thor oughly enjoy ihcmselrcc. ' NATidnikafiinnne linra... ti. .... gaisa froaa the several Workshops! annolLlnJ pointed lo draft constitution nod ritual. After r:.a?tf r,,a tr9n ut -.thi a.t. KJSr.tll.,.r?rf,.l' "'""' 'or .arrjlVc oa ii lb. o..'.V. i'y"u"" '" ' - "or fS "1' ' h1' .'olbl.s ..latllabaieot.eoroer ol Horoelb aod E BtrrotB, oir.r. "." .3o. aaoale lo pnrekaoor. ol reajr io.d. elolkler, AU lh. new ood d..lraMo drr.. looda lor ooi. Taa iorTiasi.ir heretofore e latin unJer Iheaaneof Wllllaoi 11 Riley Urolker waoilssolred on ibe lelorMareh' Thebusl. Bessorthelate Hi m will be Bsiiled op br Mr. t.ai. m h..!.., . !,,?"; "' "V.krid."!l."'."'' Cltht street, oiTflrsireat Ia4ueenrata to our. "?" .9' IXV and nlllenery eeodi Mis "R! ?2lfA " ,D. "iK." p5JaVVsejM. and '" ,oW prleeslhst nust Defy soepstj. uo"' Quito oo oxeltoneet ore. II. innHni.. wotkiaio at Ihe Narr Yat.l, oiooloi.il la tie lrp.itei.al of jerd.'.od di.l." owloi li ! ien.it thsl a ndoelloo of tb. ri, i,bi hdo to order lo aomnl H.IIK Ik. ii... "" Tas Rsr. Ua. "DoDsiLaan will orea.h to.oiorrow noroloj, aad .tr.iil.o o the srii I'e.bilsilaa Obui.h. n.T. Hr, Ooialoa "ill otoaet ai MB.oole Temple. Ter. will 5,0 J&'JSVlWWSl 1WU "H'mn!22i. sj.Rsr - ""j -" p....rr"uirij.u,wmb,lo ' fitrmkTifm A A Can ave tar. Yat day anernoon the consecration of St. Mary's hill, near Qlenwood, took place. The pro. cession Was formed abont 1:80 o'clock, In irons 01 ot. aiarv'o itrnnoimi cosrep. on I vrni. ... ii. xul.ilika ! 1(m ttJm tk. ...- .- ln-.- men fif nt ure'a ehnrrh J?1 ,, f I.fflrflJS iLw! bi uA.. , aod two schools of bovs and slrls, St. Marye ' SodaUty, Ilosalle Sockty of ladles, followed by the clercy in open procession. At 9 the pwcosslon moved, the Marine ' fc. im,j,1; k. atiMHtk mi ta. , sod American bands dlsconrsieg most eie rant mnsle. Arrived at the cemetery tbe ceremonies, wblcb were of a very Interesting character, were eondacted by Rsv. Father M. AU:, assisted by Rev. Father Toons;, one of tbe oldest priests ln tbe United States t Father Uocklc, ofBL Domlolckt Fathers Wotaart, uiera, ana Atcnean, or toit city ana usv. Father Rosenbower. of Baltimore An e'oquent eermon, la Eogllsb, was preached hf tbe Rev. D, Ussolre. president of Georgetown College, and In German by Rev. Father Witt, rector of St. Michael's, Baltimore. In the morning, high mass was celebrated by the Rev. Father Alhy la Bt. Mary's church, si wblcb Rev. Father Backle. of St. Domlnlck's. delivered an Interesting dtsconria concerning the mystery of the Incarnation of onr Lord for lbs re detoptlon of tbo world. Fixst Ward RarTBUCAM Club. The rrgalai meeting; or the First Ward itepnb Itcaa Clab was held on Thursday algkl, the president, Henry Ulmber, In tbe chair. Tbe attendance waa very large, amoog whoa were a number of thoeo who are IdentlSad with the opposition el aba or the ward. Speeches were made by Charles Syplux, Mr. Qarrett, Mr. Lacy, Walker White, Al derman Diewatt ana others, too oniy pusi ness transacted was lbs appointment of aa executive com rati tee end the poieage of a resolution thai the United State Govern ment has withdrawn from this District what was known as the "Fire Brigade, snd as said uoveramsDi owns a urge portion or tne property here which Is wholly protected by thin DUtrkH. which, let consideration of-lie financial Condition, U not able to pay the firemen k lofflclent compensation for the tabor performed by loom, therefore tbe First 11 nru irpuoucan viuu qd moss rvspemuiiy aiktbelr rrPreeenUlWes IntheCltv Conn ells to ass all tbelr leaasste with Uls lion or the Mayor of this city tb get a Oo vera tn out eaiaryia naaiuou iowdii is.now.recciraa oy too oremen irotn this unmet. GsonosTOwit Maws Tha dally session! bf tbe Merchant's Excbaoge will, recom mence on Monday next. At tha. yearly meeting yesterday the following offleers were eieciea 1 jvsd iyons, president ueo. Waters, vice presldenti John J. Beall In as areri Thoo. C. Wheeler, eecretaryt directors 1 if TT. a . 11 tMk.u.11 in n-- -ai u. atcii, .fM u, avba3icii. n. ur roughs, Ai Row IUy, John Davidson, K. P. Tlartlyi.execallvo-cpmmUtecD. X. Bhoo on... 'ikA n W.li. a .... .ti iiiH.il u.n MMtii, nt tovmm mji mi ut- t ration comfriUtee-P. L. Shoemaker, Jos. 0. Waters. a The hotse of Alfred logic, located on tbe Itockvllleroad, near Gsorgetown,weS baracd to tbe ground on Wednesday last. Lois 1,500. A number of the yoang temperance men of thfttowa arexasklogarrangf meats to organise a Tribe of Jooadab, ihe new tem pcrance order which la becoming to popular ere. Local Bubvitibs. Bamael Mathews, a contumacious wltpess, was arrested ycater day morning by Bailiff Thomas oa an at taehment for contempt of court, and com muted to the custody of the marshal. DaoM Back ner, lately Indicted by tbe grand Jury of larceny, was arrested yester day on a bench warrant by Bailiff Spragtfe. James Alslram was commuted to fall by Justice Wall for an assault and battery on II 0 ward Johnson. Jerry Ranter, colored, Indisposed lo go "onro tow," sioie pair or noote rrom Michael Ryan. Justice Schmidt sent him lo Jail for court. Tbe returns from the First precinct I ta ttoo yesterday recorded a large list of arrests for violating the dee law, as aleo'drttnk aod dliordcrly conduct on thr streets. Justice roareoa collected from tha violators of law aa aggregate satu of 1 44. Babosixs I am now offering Good Brown Half Hose for $3 per doe , aoi Flag EogUsn JUlMIose for II, $4 50 and 93 perdosM Lloea Hemmed Handkerchlcfe for gentlemen at 13 and flperdoa. Tbe prices of these articles are nearly, If na qulLr , u low as 4 sold them tan years since. Goo. C. Uam-iita, No. 410 Beventh street northwest, TaTLoarad DeraamaitT, (second floor.) rants in order 8 to 10. Pants to order 110 to til. rents lo order $13 to 111. rants to order 114 lo 1B. VerT larre assortment nf finttno nnmli just received. Oar Foreign Goods were bought wbtn gold was lOtf. a tsaxs a to., I 316 Beventh sircel Fon klflf ,. Bprlag Qrsrcoats 8 to , oiTioir ouiib 15,190, and Its, Bprioft Cloth Dress Coat and Test $1C to 10, at A. Bias A Co , I 31$ Seventh Btreel. BficriruL, Nobby, Kew, . . t-'ally, i". " ii-w. "d Tasty arc tbcxCaiiaaierti ydLlbrlnc wear rcssltad by A. Baxs Co, 1 tU Seventh sireel. Srama Suits. ' Jt tot Tonlh. 10 lo IM, For Children 14 to ill, at . ' JL 8M A Co., . 'I ' ' ll Btreiilh itrertf Tn, Corns, 'Bplcei, Choeolalo, Coooa, flaToflet; Iitraets: Rice, Cora Btercb, Ac, ota., sold at tb. Petto aod Teddo tu I tore, 1W tllolb street, bolwoon D and B strMts. . I Ton ni mr and pnresl Teas, OofJeee aad Bpleoe to to Vb, Ftkln aad T.dda Ua storey M NlnlH rtrcel, betwem and X " ". . I Jm. Coin,, rreblj roasted, tor tl cents, asfpod . cptTe, sold 'for 0 eeale elsewhere', at tbeTtklo and feddo te stoie. tit Ninth street, between p and E streete, Dot ido Tail, Coffees and Bplees at the oM eotsbtUhod Fekln and Tfcldo tea store, Ot Ninth street, between D aad streete. Al.aa.elrl d Tle.lo.ll, , Tbo C7iwiti of Vcsterdsj eronlps; haa the Mlowlof n,w, item, i na oeoaoe Mold, died at Me resld.e.e, Horlof ll.ak, FlrUa oouolr,tau noroloff. Heb.db..o euff.rtosforooniollDiepeit fro toooHeotepr a.trokeot.erslrelo. Mr. aiaaoo was a hlihtoaed Vlrclala eatlemaa, of the old seboftl, and Ibe lineal deeeeadaat of Oee. Masoo, the dlstlagulshed Ylrglata sUIssbsb. Rsv FiaLDstJoor.reeeatly larlted lotahe eharge of iho WashUctee at rest eoloicd Bap t slehurettln.thle l(f . ttalxQWl his sllus- tlAB BS naitartr aollrail lhnr.li 1st UUhsaana 'MrtraithoeoDxreiratlon woold -vet aeeepS his iMH.aiiuu-piiiu ViTCU in re.Bia nmiis fiastor. and expeet hln to 'pressh for then at sast once a month so he Is tht pastor of two ehurehes. A FtfiTK ol firitf np .) tor sue an n.J .,.. thi..n. ..!...'.;: vr:.""" .-."? "it iseralni. The aeise Uey aiade attracled eos sUsrshfeattsatton, AoisTCaeaifcaosourred last alxhtaoiODi the eolored dealseos of the franed abaailea oa the lower end of south Fair fa street. II waa qaleted, however, before ear arrests were nsde. TMlllllesteaiaef O T. Snlth has beea Btted un end wtll make dally tripe from Wash laftoo to Ulymoat and the dltTsreal Ashler sbertson the Ttvsr durlea the sprlec aad sasamer. aha uade a trial trip down the riser yesterday and worked very aatlifastorlly. A otTLiKAW from the extreme Houtb wbo baa beea Ib the elty for some tltaa pm tn deavotler to orBeiifa aaliiraJ l.kni ao.ni .. ftr his home to-Dlht, hsrlaf beeo unsuseess fujla tUt effort, lis i aaya thai forty iin rbut that they could not be apsred uatllafter tha Jobs sleeues. ALD.,,-..,0..'0.;, u M w' has re saoved to Jh;iadslphla. Thb woods oaai pari of lite West Orore es tate oa Ihe sooth stja of Huatlaf Greek eaushtflre aeliht or two aeo frossbgralejr itrush aad were injured loasiderahly. The fir apnroasbed so near oae of the resldeoesa on ta estate that saush alarm was created aaonr llalamstes. Tni arrivals offish al rishtnwa are elewlr hut steadily laereaslae. Anong them 1h J a taeniae; were about atglly a had. whleh sold at forlr eeeta a Dteea. flaiaa rack oLl lata aiara. forty eeate a piece, float roe epU this nere Ibb lor fortt-lwo seata atniash. The Wuh lag ier forty-two iBBta a buash, The Wash. lagioa aad Baltimore huskstere have altesdy ade their aiiDeeranea. aad aatarail lata tha lsTaatta. A.11 In a koAtha ara. onai. anil tha nlaa. beitosioatsiiB.e laaone degree the epysar )(wrsreurug,"nsa.iQjisssoa,FT jeers of sge on Msy .r(lirii Cnacsll. Ooo Ooocll..-Tho Ilo.rJ ai.t .1 Ik. u.o.l hour, loo rro.ld.ol (Uoorf, W Bo.ll) tolhooholr, . Mr.U.ilK.r pr.i.oloJ Ibooolllloa.t oua. drrollli..o,r.lailootolhoosloo.loooalm. proo.B.ot ot Wort .atroot, ronoollr.tlof jJJljIJjC ' " for ssfa lnpror.m..r. i.,':?''",,1l,rf',?'."'a.MHI.fMilala K ft.r.,l,,l"'lf ''"a. K.r.rtod. Afe R"fr'.'',4T'U,U ' '""' " Mr.Mcrtary asked to be dlscharead frora the forlher eonsldsratloo or tha pefllloo of UhacA nitlenhouie. Afreed to. v J Mr. Merry repotted a resolution to ectahllsh a branch atket at tbo eoroersor Hlfti and IJ1I etreete. rassed. Mr. Onrtls reported n resolotloa to favor of Ai U. Urines for clcanlof iho narkel aad marks! Bpaee for tho year 1100. Passed Mr.Oanxewer nskedto bo eiseharred from the further eonsUsretlea of tho petit ten of A. Watsoo. Agreed to. Mr, llcrry letrodncod a resolollest for aa ci lery prposBB,aod appropriating l,0O9 there fere. Pasted. Sir Orttncc latrodaeed a recolatloa for re pa I re to tho market bouse. Passed. Mr. Itetry 1 a trod u tad a reeoletloo appropri ating SU for rrpslrs to the Bib wharf. Pasted. Besolotloa topsy ccrtala expenssa for Ihe tee letratlon, waa taken op aad passed. Mr, Uolllna reported farorahly on the ordU aaacofor Ibeopenlog and extension of West street, and thai the work be done by days' work, lha eh si man of lha Committee ea Htreets to receive S3 per day for supervising the same. After en exteoded debate the ejaee tloaonthe pattafo of tha bill was taken by yean and nays, retainer as follows t Teas Moesra Beall, Berry, Jsellear, Uok line, Uurtle, fuller, Uanfewcr aod Urlmss e Nayc-Meesra. UunIopr Mathery aad Pick, faii-s. Motbeerdleanee waepacced, A resolution prorldlnf for the payment of tho proportloaale amonat of napensss of the hum oi ourrveiien waa p . i oai Mr. llcrry r reseated ibopelitloa of If ear y U. Dosttei which wss referred. air. rutier ptetentea iho petioaoi ladles of Ihe Homo ledustiial Sehool aeklag on appro rrUtloe of $10 per month to aid In eopportlni heBchooi. Heferrod ( There warnoquorumof Iho Board of At dermeo, end eon sequent ly no busloeso waa Ir. Fuller Mcsent HomoIedustrlalE ktloaaf $10 per mo sehool Heferrod Irnncactad 1 Ma. W. W. UcaosTTB, No. Ml Sorentk etroet, between 1 and K streets, erero bis In msaso stock of sarpallng and dry goods at a area! reduction from former prices. Ills stock embrBsee every thing te bo found la a wellap polated dry goods establishment, aad It will amply repay these of oar renders contemplat ing purchstes or dry goods to consult his ad Torllaemealfn naothcr column. IHSI. . I IS Tmanxr moatblrmeellsgof the Amsrlsoh yalon Academy of Llteratarer Science and Art will take place an Kejdey evealtg, nVT o'clock, at tho hall of ihe Columbia Law ttalldtnr, on Vifth atrSet, freatlag Judiciary Square. Mi, Em oav Biavea.Tfe. ISM rcensyleanla 'ur, wnara Bra a, oaTBiina in nry novua. fresh from tho Vew Tork aod 'Philadelphia B(t.k. ud UTi.,ocry Philp & Solomons' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORL BEDUOTIOH IN PBIOES. Fillip & Solomins Bespoctfully announce that ld'ooasMneact of the fall ln gold they have reduced ibe prices ofthelr stock of stationery TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. TbejIorUolh, alleatloa f VtaiebaaU, Daaiers aol Dealers to thalr large and tem plet. Block o(8url. fltaUonerr eoaTenlenUr rraoEcil oa flie four floors of tWr aeir and cumooions Niaoiuanieai ids most or tbese Roods are roalkea lo Pl.H 7ttnrer ON ALL 0? TIlEloTTne REDUOTIOM IB TWENir-TIVE I'EB CENT. Tbclr stock laclsder, al,or a v.rtot .f dotiIUcs lb 7ANCr STATI0!V,' VREXC1I, BNQ. LIBIT AVDW AMERICAN NOTE fATEnS Aril) EMVELOrBS, ?I81TINaCAr.D3, WHD. DING BTATIONERT, Ac. On tbese aod on all Finer ooom .00 01 urotTip BOOKS In tbelr stock prevloei iotbts dal. they maki tbo same liberal redaetlon. VW TOLDHI Of HcOLIRTOCK SD .. VillHeriHVi. TtllBH,l. VkayiaUtrUOsIIUehlair eeleBSfef Dr. Basse's 'L.4r ear Laid SL. The OoldsaCsisbr Kee.J lJ.ll.rj.. haaaUeaUerTraTsI-. V -- lie Bessie A fresh aarplr ef the rahileatlsSs ef ihe Cterea B a KMleMr. asS Bja !( ue tealea Bossoa. WM, XULLlHTTIt. 0 levsath street. Isielllesster BalUlefr. NEW BOOKS. IMSccBjrrs aaaniDi NJCev,fllrtaV rre Jiata Be Ifaih T"4it , a.T. fs SU xanuij ioEe, tT7TetipT;.., mv dlllaa ItletlriM...... .(.., ...... ...... 1 00 TH MTKTBH1KHUV Mitfoiht. Bslag tha ntl of a Universal Vbtleaephr VeeeSad tJMatba Hltasl asd Drfr.M Uulmr V"pM,riI' ' U kT a no Ttoi ioB Vt,U t.iajr ts aV;i ; y v."rtiA,.,",is.iru' iii,.itJ,,"ii.,iJLi " I Oil, t'CTKltl sianor ? VJTaL VBItaOmll'HV a timtaf Bake sUaaSaaSaa iKpoBUleavf Psiaral jte- Itfiea Br Joeaiksa fld THB otBtlltt ABO TUB AMiEOJt, t, th Csstmsst of leeih Asssrlsa. HalT.tl. p.JUUer lall'e Joereal e? . Health' .J..,. ...... ., ,7....'. .j, ....... 1 fl Willi n lb A JlJj i.ll i i... i'Kull I. m KIM-J rjatBii rCoats lYm1wl)iti',m'lAyTMkTilD'm'u6ktQT ftlEMS. Oaataiatai Ike Uti( alt U Kira .eMlio u h.M.xuM,.,,,, ABtCAKOa KAkslS. TUK l"Vj. A Be -laiewar e alien s.iiyi ui e.jeia a U - .... .. I TB lad all IJrw Bosks sad SlaaSsid Utsratarsas mwvm mm paatfaaao A Tall n4 CsmpUls Itesk sf FANOT AND STAPZ.B BTATIONBBT Always ea heal. BLaBK BOOKS, TTTUsslBitTBOUHpiriM BOOK!, MIMOSASDA BOOKS, STC, ITO., applied at Us Uveal Market Kales. G.A.WIIITAKEIUCO., WII0r,E34t.L AND HETA1L BOOKSELLERS and' 8TATI0HKE8, ICBNKK OF IKTESTB OD 0 ITBBETJ. M AUK TWAIN' INNOCENTS ADUOAD." Je.trac.lT.4o tars, (spate of Iklapop. 13 BO 1 a ou u.mui ur ir.ollu uio.uKi, or LftoriWVViKl-rHarVY.SSS,J2S: S o All o.w Baoh. aa. roSLIoaU.aa rMalva. aa OMiiiiiflUhii. a ' i laeraflas. l.ih.ataphlBt ael prlatlB, asaaot.4 ta oa.l otaaa.r al .sail Bellee. jot orrioa noon amis f ATIOMBBT BTOBE, B9T l.t.Btk .Iroatt oalaar F ftlneh 1. C. PARKER. sam-l b. o. babtjotjb; Wtele.aleea4 .alall Saelorla K Kill- St flaaa f Cr!lia aaiaraaa. aa. TJtIR IK. . a rractlcsl Trsattse a Iho Art rCoaroeileasrr laalllUBrassiits. also, Ike Art ' Fee tnUlsf ..... 4 DO Jfwl.h lll'iry, Br 1 L. O I ,, 1 BO TAtBSUI'O.tTBXVeter, fieri esTllBBira itse(saitiiw, syiuv luaumi,, i N VU . . Be.aliilWsfTMBT., I JafltsK BsiwesiBssn. Arralraln rrlneeaeeriaConalr.Hd. The Prtttft Garftan, of yttlerday, has the fouowlfigt Sals or Ran. Estato, The tract of land comlstlnf f ISO acres, being; a poitlonof 'Key's Qaartcr" plan Ui Ion, was disposed of at pohlte sola on Tuesday last. It was pnr cbatod by Charles O. UUl, eeo... at 14,800. Robbibt AT tilcatu Last weak Officer Kteth, of aUurel, brootbt down and lodged tn jail four nrgroes whom he had arrested for brtaklnf Into and robbing; tbe store of Mr. Cheney, of that place. Wa learn thai thee chape hart been dolsfqnlts a lively butless for the month or two past, lath Shop-llfltni; Has, (Mr. Cheney and other tnerehants Ihera bavlag an tiered ssveral times by depredations,) nd ibe plan of their orjerallone being; somewhst experienced. It Is ootaltocatber Improbable that they may bava some kaowledgja of another aad far moreoerionsi crime committed la the same n-cttoo of thecoooty laat simmer. Each of too four freely admits hie rullt of the presdnt eharge, only aocaslnf the others, I d" ,D,UnctJ of blB be "rlnnuil CiacuiTCouat-ThartfaUrspriaftsrm of oar Clrcnlt Court cootenad hereon Moo day. tbe 4th proximo. iTha docket still con llanes larre notwUbiUadlDr tho latenaedl ate terms, aad It la probable that the Una will be of about the nsoal da rati on, four weeks. Then are no very Important clfll nits that will probably togafffl taeatUatloa of the court at this term, bat qajta a nuns berof minor actions. Irespaas. alonder. Ac. ssvsral equity matters, and a very full crimi nal a octet, unlet among; toe latter caaea will ba the trial of Ueory alias tflmrod Richards, for tha maniac ot tha Ute Wllllan Lylee,of thU county, la J sly, 1 Wo, rrom theleoKtbof Urns which baa alapeed alaca lbs commission of Ihls heinoat crime tha absence of soma of tha material witnesses, and lbs eminent counsel reUlaed la his de feaso, thsre has been a sllf bt apprehtnelott as to tbe result of this trial, but -developments of tbe pest few days, wblcb It la nn oeoessary now to proclaim, place beyond all possible doubt tbe fate or thla blooiatAtBed villain, even In his own black heart! and renders assured the repetition ofthe'bonl ble scene wlueseed here la Wovember, 18S4, however rtpulslva to all yea, bat so eesen ttal to tbe prtaervalloar ( pabUa morals aad Kreonal setartty Tbapreeeace' of non. Verdy Jahasod and of Ueors;e T Seable, eq.,' of DoatM, -who rill dsfsad IU eh arts, will make lbs trial oa of tbo most lope hat that hoe has oeeurred Id this wort for many years. , Act or IncoaromTroir.-Wa obscr'by tbe)rtts1atlverocdlap that the bill la corporattng; this vlllere has already pro gressed Very fairly In' tba upper house, with erery prospect of soon becoming; a law In fact, the noardmlty wllb wblcb this reaucal wee made by our eltlscos assured this front Ibe offset, Bnleas the mltter were neglected In tbe consideration of vrolghtet injects, ftf wblcb. however, ihtn fanow no probabn Ity. f uur fovrrnment win coostsi or three dir nluriei.'wftVlbepRrad title of "CemntlV slonets of Upper UarbotoV with permtoal succession end thobther'fisaal fraaehlses and fn fictions of smallsr corporations, to1 be elected od the flrttTburtaay or 'April bcrt, and trleanlally tbsreaflsr, and to serve with eutCcompensatlon. They may levy taiee oa tbe cltlseos for town pur posse ttfaa ataoval not txceedlBf fifty cents ost tbs e-no knodred dollars orssSBlble property, and appoint aa oarer to collect the same, who ean nsart u distress for that purpose, after savins; thirty days' notice of each an Intent, tha form of which Isspeclflcailyprovldedi mayiaxdofi and kill the same If the ut leaot paid after thirty days' notice t'vaeanotsa la tba board to be filled by the remolntaf Commlsaloecrs. One year's residence In the Villa re wilt entitle perooes to vote 'tor coamlssloners, Bad twoears qualify for these positions, property may be laker. for the use of the rorporatloo, aad Alt valne, Ac., aeoeoied by a J try of coederaoatlon. Tbe "Old Boll itoom" is anthoriuea to oa sold for cash aod the proceeds applied to the 'Improvement of the town. The com mission ire are to meet monthly, and they ore required to deQoe tbe Limits of the corporatloa within fire days after thotr first tneetlag. The Justleo'of tha beacela tho village are to act as Jodneaof Ihe first election, tbe polls to be open tromB to 0 o'clock, p. m. Although the memorial pree soled to the General Assembly contained the names of bearlyall onr cltlaene, there are, perhaps, some who doubt the adrantsgo or this mei are. Tbese will so sooa become manifest hftsr tbe bill ecu Into operation that ve deem It unnecessary to recapitulate bow. AfTttlrB In Mawtffonsorr County, Nd. The Rocktllle W.wl of yesterday has tha following! , (JiacotT iJouar. Ttie Uarch term of onr Circuit Coat I commenced oa Monday last, with Jadicss Lynch and Boole on tbe bead). The rrand lore, with Walter II. Talbott. , as foreman, were sworn lo and charged by Associate Jo slice Boulc. Tbe dockets were then taken np In their regular order, and Dp to tbe present Urne moat of the caeca disposed of bava been appeals from magle tralca'JudgunDtav RtTirtwAT avd flafisn-CF. Oo Wedaas. day evening; laat, aa Mr. Dandr.dae.ehlef to glneeron the Point of Bocke railroad, and at trresest a resident of out4 town, waa ta. turning; from a short ride In the country, hU borse.7rom some eease, took fright aod ran off with hlta. When Bearing-tbe cOrder of ooe of the suburb streets, la adeavorlor to hotd him np, one of tbe reins brake, and the hoTse tnrnlnjf short upset 'the baggy and tbrsw Hr. D. ouL Tha horse kepe on at full speed, the burgy by sOssi means turnJ Hg np araln. antU ba came ln contact with one of the treea la front of Urs. Al money's hotel, when he broke root tbe borfy-, wblcb was pretty bdly emashednp,fadi ran into the stable, Mr. DandrUfce, we arelad 'to be aUe to otaSe, eastalaed bat little lojary; rui We reyjet io learn that onATedees' daylist'tbe wcUlng-hoase Of Wr. Henry Qlogle, residing on the old Georgetown road, near Darcty'e store, U1 this county, togvtber with all his farnUure, wag entirely destroyed by flrd It le supposed to have ravgbt frotn the chlraney; When 'the fro wee flril discovered 'the roof was ncarlr ready to fall In. " ' " ft-i i Teleaaphier Sinnansarjr. Tqubsdat. la the British P.ftlamt after the Tcjeetlo'o of tbegmtndo,tnt for redoclurthe tlaebf IrtDrlsonment far mn rylefarae from two years lo case year, the House prooeeded to lb eoneldereUoa'of the --..-a, oea.a-v. ea.sao U vll UK exsmlniLtjltuuellwtera tb, defevlaat la uokaoera. A -warm dlseniiloa toined. .Tier whkilteldD.eo'lrUed, aio tbe el.ea. was adopted, iT. Jllt IqoUaf; la tb, doe loKof lDosat SDBsaalaq provoked a lo., ltebtte,-bst wss Al leenh lAtfUi. Tba bill was piVjcteded wltb 'ctaasa by clause, nolll Ibe ran relatleatrt pree, ppmwbIw.b eras rtacacd. An .UCAdmeot wae offered for fUlltlpzogllboe.partlcolarclaaeca. Dealel O'Ponobite, Ihe nawber from Tralo, epoke at lemtD ajainil mo bill. Kir Roundel! Palmer, member for Richmond, eloooentle deaoaactd tb. Irish press as treasonable aod DQoernpQloue, aad tb. sonrc, of all lh, deloelos.; Wlietlm that Mf.rtsiiiatefcMn. Irj, lAReiruUes debatatb.UlaeDdaint w"TOojiomsjoriiT,a!i4bno,sa adtoreed at a, Ute hc. '' - Jf Tni London Tlnui of VAaleMa arltlffu Qw. Sheridan'. late Caejpalgn.aalajl the inoians. ine nmtt toinae mat srm yet kindly compulsion might uve tbe I ad (an race from extirpation. TnaLondortimi of yestehJay hii an editorial article on the proposed ship eanal aciosalbelsthmae of Darlea oLooklorat the earveje lately etmclnded, tbe Ttm doubts whether the practical value of the work will tier be so fed tat tocorerthe cost. It is r ported tbst TobnehervUW Prcsl dent or the Cahadlan Executive Coaacll, will be appointed to tbe Lieutenant Qoreraofsblp of tbe Northwest Territory. The Canadian ItlSes are to be disbanded at onee; The of fleers will be dismissed do. half ray Tng merchants voi eerpool, patrons of the Atlantic cables, have nulled In a protest gainst tbe system which requires ail mes ssgee for America trst toJjMtodc?a. THafBh!p GeVtaauIoriif rtrTTest'lndla trade, lately -from allaytlen port for nam bnrg, woe toUlly lost oo Good men's Bands, off the Kentish roast, yesterday. Tub monitor Terror, accompanied by the U. 8. steamer tVolte. were it Hampton Boads jeitcrday norntn a;, Mas, Uisa aaA child werebiraod UJeslh yesterday mornfB(.rt ara q flambpUi Fihi l Cu.sj.ss Oodsti, If o. W. lean tbat a leoBDt boue, ban, (rabarr, torn booea aod sublo at Olanar, tbl farm of H.Jor William 1). Uotlbewa, oeer Allen's Freab, wae deetrojed t fire oa Toeed.j ijllfaL Tbe flre Is satd to barn orlotnatod at tbe etable bj a woman careleseljr tbowlor tb. contents of a HjWod pipe oa (be noaod near Ibe bnlldlor. Tb, ftoooilt Ot loil a saU lo be aboat ,o0g.-JVr rooovee 71rMe, Taa Teona Uon's Dbrletlin jVaaoalatlAn. of Indianapolis, baa mad. arraogemont to roteriaia s,pvuBBjraiHioio.lBiernuiosal Contention rtt A.analatlnoa. whlah lain mut I Ibtis la Jam. LOCAL NOTICES. io. Taabeneauof Itoff's Malt Kitract ara bow offered to lb, American pnblle.wbo will certalnlj eppndat. Ibem.partlcnlarlT u tb. Orst pbjtlclans prescrltx It dalle In tbelr practice. In anbmltilnt; to tbl Amerlcu people tble renowned Karopean preparation, w do not Intend to tie. It aiirataiant pratie.as lu repnutlon U already world. wlde,and ae tbla dellckras and Talnable bef. racincommendeluelfi bnl w.wleh toeall i..J,uf li" ef V, and partlealarlj '.".a ,JC,.!,, lu Prlorqa.mIe.. uXSttM f OJs Datktf ," tot bpen .1?k'J eth "alon1. TltalU, or Balratloo for lb. Ilelr, sblnee tbronah tbeiacartalnad kottlea that contain It. Tb. .bade. fSot lIcommonlcalM to srajbalrar. N.tore'e owa.andltlsdeToldoranraedlmeaU Sold b all drof jliu aad lanej roods dealers, ohat-eott. taDcoiusaT to Bor a Oood Siwraa Micaixa Wilcox A Olbbe' Bewlni Ua ehlne, tb. most simple and beet constracted sswlni machine, will harcafter be sold oa liberal terms. Inqnlr atlbaafaaer. Banna's corset and hoop skirl factory, 405 SeTanth itreet, between D and E. i Po Arm Cinir Tb. Northern 'JPro Jae. Compane, 10Q7 FennejIranU aToouo, '"a lorn lot of pnre apple elder, from Ohio, which tber an eoUlo, ol retail at tha low price of thlrtj-or. cenU pet jsUon an.txeeUeal article lor tha icason. o.Vi"' f 'Ta'aa rwrea of lead U offered for ealocbe. p. II le two and a haU vmr?sar?- ?. " - Yai 'WAnra.TOK Cttr Iatuoi Baiw. corner ooreoth elreet aod Loaletaaa arenaei! la open from edO lo Tin eTen gatardariT? Jlng, In.addlllon'lo'lu.nrAlAf banklnr boars. II iti interest on eposltsv S Corrsa toasted bj- ooreelree ererd.T, and SToeod to order al ta. orlrlnsl rent and Teddo tea itore, 1M Ninth street, b tweea D and 8 straets. XasrasD araon FATimT at Banar. Bowll.s; BalMn, under Metroieltua RaU. rabrviw , , BaecMsa traoia illani, at Banaa'a Bowlls, Saloon,nnor Metropolitan nail. Ier Orocoriea RLFUOSZO I0US0S. I. H, BDICOikD. KLPHONZO T0DNG8 t CO., 354 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE OOB.'roUH-AND.A-nAtJ ST. A LARGE LOT Fresh . Goods, JUST RECEIVED PBIOES GREYLY REDUCED CALL AND 8EK. ,arHcucrJaT0UHas"4CQ. . Ut rCHf LTAIIA AYKW.17K, COMU roO.iB.A.BAI.T,IT. wmr " GR0CKJIIK8. FRENII. GOOD AMD CHEAP ,! , TCMrSBAMOol ItlBOCBSaV O I JO'ri 9 A. f, OTATtOK, a.rB.rTweatlelkBB4feUeoU,.orlkaoal. B.aAtl. a.wsis.. avoaeae KiMSr. puonmiNa v HiDoLstuN, 'wiotmu ad rrln oo'cnft: ') Ak. BoUUBS IS Tlil.AOUII. e HIIIT. v Al Ik. OU SUa. .1 .to. a Tnoa rsaiia a co." W.J. REDSTRAKE, "uVCBTASDrAStlCTTSfTOKB, M.r Trk ., Crater of rlt-K ll al.s. Bookbinder. W. Jo62.kTJbHAApriria.EDHi. . tn raaaarlea. ae aoe Vatweoa Teeth old SlBTeetk etreots. ea.u alio. kaaka alaeaaUl a. olalal AasaA. r.M.ll.al. aai ...!.. ...Hw.tt.a4 a. Q 486lBEDD0ED.Jfi0.48fi k;v.?'i prices? V tesas KiAJlKRITER'S. B-v1i slikli Uts ituti si aiisttllr Km mmi SlM MlMiUO noruBE o6Br "tao"3' A.I ( nit It.ataek a. aaa.k aa soaalile ,rf? ike.in'Vi-Mvyi MTU TBI IMT or MAIOI IXT.