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rTDUr4TlI0RHtS(lI!ru:i-.i!niiAPBII. W,lTO COUNtUe rilOVUKUINUS. MomATi ArniLU ll. Donrd r Th regular weeklreeeilon oMh BoftM of Aldaittrn wm held this ovenlcs;, th President. UcneralJ H Urceier, la the cattr) present nil tbe members , . , .. Uoamualeatlons wert reetlvta from the Merer trsoimittlof statement frost tnt ii..iviinni ttmk fifth tendllloa of tha trsouoter thle earporatlon to date, showing a rialtBceoue iramiot corporation amount. aa aiti 132 IS K far re 1. Also, transmitting: iht eetouat tod vouchers of the apolheesry of the Third ward foi total clots furnished rturlM tht qusrtsr todlng jiiaren ai, ibiv a ho, niinqiioi mo ipoiof eary of tbe second ward for tht ssutQ.uartcr TtafrrreJ Ihtelty Surveyor, la reipooat to a resoltw 1loa rrsomtnaads tho trading and paving of tht alley In sonars tbl At tut beet mod of nbatlnt-tht nultatet in sueh alley Ht nleo estimates Iht coil of iMdtnit ea fttavtllor Hlxth atrett taat, between rennaylvania 4 aiaesaehutetts avenues, htts.lii n itsrerrto Mr, Davie Introduced a Joint resolution rt rnieatlnttbeaiirveypr lo measure work loat I r J H J oats la rej1rlf rootwaja aej f t Irrsleiav tirel ward Meferrvd Mr (Stewart latrodiieeii acta for tha relief Of I Jordan and iMDltl MtUertby lit far red Alio, resolution requesting t b Major to nouimunle.tt to thli Hoard ty wboii author It j- the sub-board of trustset of publlt athoola Jor Iht tlrst sahcot dletrlel earned to be put In the trsnklln school-house cloak, Metier tbli eornorallou tht tun or J00, mora or lent Alan, who occupies th srbool houst at the corcrr of Fourtetnth aid O atrtete north, tad what amount of tent la received for iht Sams, vial to whom Is tbt eald. ant paid Adopted Mr Connolly rote to a privileged question andetfili Mr rreeldeat, I an reported la on f iheiltllvpeiers w chtnest Uouaells rT for nubllehlnt; their proceed! of, aa having on TLhuradaytvtnlox laat eleottil.Uaatlelpatloo, to the rB-.Toralty of thle ally, thefiBlleinea at toy latt I Mr Lusri whio 1 apoka of tka pos- iblllt of hlaaooniealalatlnz for. aa wall aa l-ovornlDStbtclty, antlenapploghia Angara at IhsUounctls 1 did tot so elect htm, and no-1-ody will elect him oatt Jan It tht prataat Major and Ms special partisans will only aet with a little kindly forbearance Mayor Clowes, Alderman Uroekir, Hegleter Cook and Major Richards hart beta named aa caadl latea on tht Rfpublldaa aid Aaoag all thee gentle me a Mayor Jiowa la not my irat rbolee, although 1 bold hln to bo guiltless of Mi honor ae agentlaman and hla Integrity aa at nubile ofQaer la a full He nubile an oonvtntloo Mr. Bowto 1111 probably prora the etrongeet ma, tad Iht whole Hep u hi lean party la atrong taouga m vieat nm nut eiain lor every MipiMh rat la tha city tht right tbat IthaU titrelat, to lira exnrenloa tohta own nreferanea wllh. i utbtlogdrlvaal&tooutordarknaaaforhaTlag in hist) i j hi uv aw n iiowui aa nvavftnit rf all portlora of tht party neither Mr. ilowta nor any other ItepublleaB eat bt tlttttd A lOBTentloo la therefor eaaeatlal Inthateoartntlon, 1 repeat, Mr Itovea will IrobaMr aueeetdt bat not until trier ht and la frle&deBball hart conceded to tht minority laa rlghta and tht reaptot to whlth thar are atltld Uoltta they art wllllai4o nakt aueh eoneaialoaa they will but poorly deeerrt lueeeee tvery member of the llepoblleaa I arty who, falling to aeeurt tht nomination of li own (arorlta candidate, yet otea for tht romloe of the uajorltfj muat bt held en t itled to all tht benetiu vt hla patty relatione I a though ht had originally preferred tht aue treaafut eandldata. Tht minority la entitled to Iht enunciation of thla principle by th ma lorlty, and ought to taaet It aa aa eaaentlal ret! ml nary to a nomination by and for tht whole narlv Mr Lnaaa nreaentad netltlon ot Thaodort I). Mitchell, teeompaaled by aa act for hla tallef harlot; beta nocd M for aolleltlng trad without allctaati alto, almllar petition and bill la tht aaat of A I) wart Referred Alio, petition of Frann a Ooldman for per inlaalon to construct a bay wladow It front of laeir iiorooa pfniionrNi jirrru. Mr fcmery offered rteolutlta requeatlog tht eotlector to inform thla board whether there la a record In hla ode of toy legal ae icisment for opening and paving of an alley la equart nUteomt ttmt la or prior to tht Ijonlo ot November, 1IC4 Mr Ulark, Introduced an act aaeoupanltd by a petition for tht relief or John Shulti Re I erred. Alao, Introduced an act to grade and gravel Klxth etrret taet, from Maiaachaietle to FtnnaylvanU arcnue Referred Alao, prraeated petition of manual Maaoa far relief from errootoue aiieitmeot on lot 17, touare too Kefarred Mr Champion pre rented petition of Hugh Jluohy I rremialonof tasea trroneonaly at ttaaed Htferred Mr llaktr Introduced ttiU to lay a water main tn C ttttet aouth, from tour anda-half to htvanta alreela weat Paaae 1 Alia, resolution that the aitr aurvavor b rtepcctfully requeattd to uaka aa taamlna tuo, and report to thla Hoard at He neat meet log wnimi or not mrr r nuj irrr(uiBriira or Inaceuraclea Id loeallog tht point where Lit curb aad autter bow ate at tht norlheaat t irner of I atreet and irglnla arenut aoutb eei( aiao, irom inenoe uvea eaiu n eireei io four anil &-hIf itraat. Adantad Mr Connolly, from tht Committee on Fl Aawrnvrotnee Hoi pit If, a) prdpftallfig l (tod aa a reeu4tionoi in aervieea renucred oy Mr Connolly aald he wee inetruetrj by a IU CUIIIIIU IUC1IU UUIUBUll J BiBjoriiT oi me conmuico io rrpon lam qui (O C 721 makloff an appro) rlatloa toproour t portrait ufthtialtlloa H M Mantos.wtlh t recommeii atlon tbae It ahall pan lleealdi j no not eoneur in thla recommend a tlon n rat, beeauae thaaicelal benefaaiora of our ally, rather than even the greatot and beat of the nation a heroea and etateameu and aagee. attouldtt ehoacn aa the vroptr aureate of a ich manlfcatatlona of our homiget and eee ondlr,bteauaaU aetma to mttbat a moment la which wt art behind many of the obllga i ona wt have already aiaumed la notoppor tuae for tht ariumption ot new avoidable on rprUre involving tht expenditure of th u aindeofd llara, however the object In view ttay accord with lb eeatlaente of our people Mr l haet advocated the iamgeof the bUI uu nncr reraaraa vj jieiira iiicuainrao, I baaiulon and Moore on the nronrietr of ex j toiiiug tht corporation fundi for this purpoet atthlejuactura otalTalra when the city wae 1 1 debt to Ita tmploycea, tht bill wia Qnally laiaed Alao reportrd a eubatltote for bill preaantlng firs Ctt, amount aid furtaxaa bycw Laglaud inuui iniaaiou in imecur I .iaai miiit 1 aaard Alao bill for tht relief of II tierce, approprlattofflltKi to nay him for hla orviora in ociaioing iron tut uorernmeat theaetof ataadard wtlgbte aad meaaurea for tj t corpoiatlun which wae not ordered to a tJiird reading Alao bill for tht relief of IleaJ Alorlua ap roprlatlng 20 07 amount over Ditlil DO aaurrr tk Muihl A tan Kill tfiw th rtllef of UenJ Watera, approptlatlagtsjoo, tsount etroarouil nald un Ui aala or Int failed, Alao bill appropriating 2,loO to pay tht aavaa aaaaatora for aarvleea rendered la Drefectlaa th aaeaiameni taturaa Mr liavia ofTered an autndment retina) a g tit amount to II 400 which wae agreed to, and tht bill ae amended wae paaaed Alio, a bill for tht relict of John Ardeaer for mourner tax orerpaia iroui iixMioitioa, ia cljtlve, and appropnatlog tll IJ Ut that pur jHie rancd Alao, a bill appropriating U23 19 to pay J O Parker for itatioaerr f umlahed tht tlly eol icclor a olHae I'aiied Alao, a bill to pay Inapaetor and tapper of wir ujaiBi e-juu KiraconWQaaiioa I'aiicu A number of Council bllli war approprt atelv referred CommooCouoall tlllito gtd and gravel T pnr uurmi iron nifain o louriMiiia atreet weit lot the relief of S H Mleholeooi to lay a flag footway acroaa Fourteenth atrett ou to north aid of U atreettto trad and giavci Vermont avenue, irom uiouououary Joint reaolutloa In rrfereoet to tht publla choola of th Jiiatrlcl of Columbia looking to on common achool eyileni, and petltloniag te Senate Committee on Iht UlttrlctAf Co- iiimDiaro report a bui in accordaoetwlta thla view, wiiuiicuiibu ao low jtogin, tot pnn tlal oljectloo being that tht paceegtoflha rtaolutlon mlchl b comtruad aa favorlae tb plan of .the achool truatcea II waa noally paaaed Yeai Meaara llaker, Champion, Cheat, (Tlark Connolly, lJtrle. Lmery, Htewart, Hit. r ! PI 1.14 tllPJ iciiurm iu Naye Menra Mutrt, i ran 2 -Menre Mutrt, Muractl and MoOath , Mr Stewart from the Commute on Mar ICCtB. renoiteil bill far I ha tullof nf Arthur Pan, nell, amounting to t2,suo la full for repair i on CroUt Marketiouit Failed, Mr Cnaie, IromtbeCommltteeon Improve anenta, reported favorably on bill to grade and gravel Worth Carolloa avenue, from Sixth a tree i io Lincoln aquart mm viiii v ciucit 4r iuuvra moreu io au lOUrn. Witleh waa loali ami nandinv fha na aagt of the bill tht ytaa and owya wert called twenty flvt tlmec) aad at 9 o clock tht till waapaaied Alio bill to open, grada and gravel North Carolina avenue, from Mtw Jeney avenue to leurib atrett taat 1'aned .Alao. to gradt and pavt alley In aquart 401 FnaaeJ At 3 o clock tht Hoard adjourned Hoard of Common lemnrll. Th Hoard met at tba uaual hour, th prcal dt tl (Joe Wlitlama, tan ) la tht chair iht ircaldent laldbelore tht Hoard a mca aagt fruia tht Mayor, announcing hla approval of certain aeta, among thenilhaiantendiog Iht attlo Improve K atrrtt fr a rwelftb toSlx tteath atrecte A number of Aldermen l nil were referred ht bill til A 1 to erect gaa lempa aadpoela In certain localttlea, waa ane t Mr Flper Introduced a till for tht erection or lamp poata and laiupe ou i( atreet, t etween tourtttuth and Hlitetuiili aiiret norlhwcat Jfaietd. Alao, tht followlug Joint leaotu'loa hereai by liroelaaiatlon and aucnti&c&ta to tht Conatitutloo of the I otic 1 Matee la very liae beta fortvtr aliollabcd and t rbid Utu In Ibeat United tttalea, and all men haw t-aen dtclared to ba tltliena vt tht 1 wittd btatea whether uatlvtborn or naturantel) aad wheraai wa bellava that bv eraUitjatlD.' the word whit from all titri aud ordl&aocea la tht only aurt war of breaking down Iht i ainer ui uujuii prvjuuieea agaiuii mma ua aacount of (he color ot their akfogaad la order toltai tht blihtrand nrort prufoutd pilot) plea t u I ante J In Iht Laarte vt tht young and ruing get erntl ia who art to govern and con trol the alTalr-of thlegrt nation la ytara to toeut, and at the aauiu imu know that no eltl sen It to bo piuimiUd a accauvlof hi color or latlonalitf Uerelore BU iviivd iat the t-oata Commit, taaoath lMstrteti r uetfuliy and cara j !RiK .rSSTf1 k " ' it'Olira po.livie W,a lldrrn can b tlu a tad r re ns 1 vfUttroolor to bt gorcta y o.tlu of U an tea X.ttlvtJurtSfr, That ttt Mayor bt tapict I fully rtquealtd to canat a topy or tnt fort- eolor preamble and reaolutionatobt forwarded to inttnairni"" b" .iiiww Bttl Mr llaltoa moved to amend tht reaolutloa bv auaicf And that tht Mayor bt rcflaeattd to eauat tht removal of all ehlldrta from tht public hrvnla whoea narentiara of African dcictat uaUlCongraaa ahall hav compiled with our rtqueatatd paaitd a law tooaolldatlag tht cehooliofthlaHlatrlct' , ., , Mr llatton urgod tht adortloa of hla amend- Mr. riper oppoied the amendment, and nrged tht paaaagt oilht Joint reaolutloa Maura Urownt aad llolmea, and waa rejected bytb following voi,i Teaa-Meaire Qalaei, llaltoa, Holmta and T.lnrl Maya Meaara Hoyd, Hrownt. TJurgeaa, Dt trlak.tardot, Johoioo, Nutter riper, Thomp ton, i inaey, tnaott ana in i-reaweat - Imouevottof tht Hoard, Meiara Ueall, Hall, ana aimmc being anaeni or not vounx , ., Mr Piper latrodtced a Joint reaolutloa, granting certain prlvilcgea to Ed (lorman Hi. 1 III Ia .aiia m It . tnatmmr tn h laid acroaa'Fourteaath atreet, at tht aortP aldt of U airttiBorinwvai t-eu , Mr Hargeaa latroduttd a bill to gradt aad travel 1 atrett north, from Seventh atreet weittn Fourteenth atreet weet .' ., Mr Taylor preieattd tht petltloa of Maitla Rtnahan, for too renilaeioo of a Hot lit Hi k raanlutlaa. whlfh all aertedto. rt oueatlog th ally aurvcyor to sxtmlnt th alley la iquart ST and ret orl whether It la ad v laablt to condemn a continuation of the aouth tfed ot eald alley through to I atreet or to Twenty third afreet and eon form tht gradt tf tht alley tbtrtto, and what property la aald aquart would bt bent died thereby 'aa avra.l to. rtdutitlov tht atlorntv of thla corporation to inform thla Hoard at Ita next meeting what I tht law, If any, to regard to erecting algoa over and abort aide walk from DUilUlog line to tn euro un xr ueirica maailiru rnaoiH.iua, ruisu iaa Rirfiu iv,irijuiiiiii H,irimiii v furalih thla Hoard with an ca.lmatt of tht rrobablt coat of grading and grav Ing KaoJt ilaol avenue, fromScvtaih toTeath atrtttt aorthweat a Alio a reaolutloa rtquttllngtht Mayor to rurBi.htkl HaarJ with a eonv of tht blda ad for tht grading and graveling of atreeti) alao, for totting tha turbetooca and paving tht fnnlariva and ktittara la th Bral ward for tht preaaot year, together with tht namee of the pcraooato whom thteootraeta art awarded Tht rreoiution waa agreca to oy int ioiiow log vottt VaaaMaaara. Da trick. Fardoo. Oalntt. Hall, lltlmea, Johnaon, ff utter, Taylor, aad iiaaeyv Maya Meaara Stall, Hoyd, Browne, Bur- 5 en, llatton, Thompson, and th Freal- at T Mr lit all nraiaattl th ne tit loo of O O Wlllard, aiklog termlaaloa to conatruat an area around th Ebbltt ttouat Referred. Mr Dctrlck preieottd tht petltloa for tht area hob vi lauipa un a mi, Xaath and fJaveath atreeti wait. Referred Mr If atton Introduced a bill providing for the erection and tig nimg oi gac lampa oa Fourth atreet weat, from O to Iatrteta Re ferred Alao, th rot lowing resolution! WnereaiJ V Moknlaht.Coanellman from tht Firth ward, has been procuring certain con tracts from tht 5tayor la tht nama of other rartlca. and taking oat halt of tht profile btreor, therefore Jteiaft-cd, That a eommlltet of thre bt an notated to lavettltata th matter, and that Iht aald committee bt aathorlied to tend for per one null puptra vvDnniiv lairiwtia, u ww port at tht next regular meeting of tht Hoard Tht Preildent decided tht resolution out of order, aa tha Council had no right to Inquire Into thtprlvata contract of any member of tha board, and refuted to entertain tht reaolu lloa Mr Browne Introduced a bill to refund to Mra Margaret Rutherford a part of her Hecate for kpioga restaurant i bill to refund cer tain taxei iroiiouiW nald bv laaaa L John aoa i rmonitranct of John Miller ataloit Savlcg that portion of Fourth atrett bttwacn , aad Houodary atreeti rtorlhwtiti remoa atranct of Oeoraa Ulorlona acalnat oavlnc Fourth a tract, be twee a R aad Boundary atrett a north weat Referred Mr Itolda Introduced a bill for tht rtllef of j u Alien i.ereiTea. Mr Tlnney Introduced a bill to gradt and pava First and Second atrtcte, from Paoneyl ranla avenua to F etreet north. Referred Mr McKnlthtlntrodaced a bill for tht re- Ilefoin K nicholaoo raaaed Mr Oaleea n reseated th Detltlooof Mr Adama and otnart, asking th auapeaalon of in oaring oi aeveain tireci tan, irom a atreet north to Maryland avenue Referred Mr Hoyd Introduced a bill to act th curb atoaea and oavt tht footwava and xutter oa tht weataldtof teood etreet. between Vir ginia avenua and 11 atreet couth w tit Fused Alan, a bill to aat Iha aurbitoaia and nave footwaya and gutters on tht north aide of ij ureal ociweeu main son otbii iikiii Uelcrred. Alao. alolnt resolution ask I as th iuidcd aloo of parmtntof money to ttamuel Strong, ontllhtehallhavt paid all tht tmployeta oa tht work of renumbering house Mi which waa amended oa motion of Mr i anion and paaaed. Alao, a bill for tht relief of Ebeihard True helm Referred Alao, agalnat reaolutloa concerning tht caaivra ouriai grouna aaown ae int won grenloaal Lemtiery Passed Alao, Introduced a bill to grad and part atreet. Referred Mr Hoyd lubmltttd tht following resolution! ururnwrM, inai in inayor n, tsnntii hereby, noil rciotctfully requeited to Inform thla Hoard whether anv of tha lata annrnnrla tloa of (U 000) fir thousand dallara for tha ra. neroi ine poor remained unexpeoaeu on in 10th day tf thla month (tf April, 1170,) If ao, how much, aad whether aoyi If any, how uucu oaa ufcn iiifsi aine mil oaie. ana wnai for, or If any of aald fund tat ended only for iu aiva ID4 yripniii oaa oeen spent, or or dered to bt anant bv him for bread to b dalle eredto men la tha Htveath ward, who wtuld pledge themielvea to vott for hit rt-tlatloa aa Mayor of Washington, or whether It li from aay other fund that bread la being given to son who art In corporation ruprpy, and momm woo nav money in tne aavioga oana to tbcexclualonof tht sick and dying, vli: tht uu vt un nicuiaiga wa ir ociweeo lour and a half and blxth atretic- Toot Howcre ao I Wlleoa drlffln, Normeat'e alley, between B and O and Heeead and Third atreeti aouth weet Mr Hoyd charge I that the appropriation for th poor In th Seventh ward had baca die trtbulod corruptly, and that oo peraoa eoulJ obtain aim without promising to aupport Iht Mayor for rtaomlnatloa Mr llatton ipok at length, and laid (hat Dr Hoyd has eome over too lat Mr Wllllaaa, InrenlytoDr Doyd. said that tht chargei agalnat the Mayorwtrt falae, aad that l)r ISuyi had received more favtrc from tha Mayor than any member of th delegation Mr Hoyd reptltd that htntvtr wattbt oon BJaat of th Mayor. Th reaolutloa waa further debated, when Mr Ueall moved to lay resolution on tht tablet which waa tgrccd to by tht following vottt Yaai Menra, Be all, Boyd, Brown. Bur- . ueinaa, f aruon, . ainea, nail, nation, Itoldta, Johnaot, McKalght, Nutter, Piper, . .v., .'vwkv.'i., iiiurji nuu p pu.vi, ia Ntri-Mr llalmei. and fha PraaIJBl-l Mr Wllllamc Introduced a bill for tha relief oi wm iieaaiog railed Tht bill (HA) authorising J oh a T !--man andothera to lay aaewarla ecrtala alley In aauare S t was Daainl Mr Hoi me i Introduced a bill for tht relief oi j ona a uaner Jttierrta Mr Ueall, Irom tht Committee on Police, reported a bill rraatlna- narmliilon to (I tl Wlllard to bat Id an area wall eerto feet from in ouiming un raiaeu. Mr Mattoa. from th Commltta no Police, reported a bill (11 A) authorising Iraaala 11 Mobua and Michael Grata to erect bay win dowa oo their premises Passed Mr 1- ardon, from tbt Commlttet to Public Schools, renortad a hill In an.hl. tha Tmitui of Publla tscbool to complclt tha purchait of certain lota Paned Mr llattoo. from tht Oommltlct en Im provements, reported a bill to set thacurb- Bienea anu par in footways aaj gutters on tht aouth sldt of Massachuaette avenue, be tweet North Capitol atreet aad Near Jcraey avenue Passed Mr Taylor, rrom the Committee on Improve ment!, rrporfed a bill to grade and gravtl er tnont avtoue. from O street north to Jioutdary. a bill to act tha turbatonea and part tht foot way aad gutters oo the taat aldt or ermoat aveaut, balweea Q street aorth and Uouadaryi a bill to att tht turbatonea and para tht foot ways and guttera oo th aouth aldt of Malta buictta avaou from Fourteenth and berto tceotb streets westi a bill to pave Tenth street, from Panniylvanla aveau to F atreet north west) a bill to pava Twelfth street, from Passed On motion, at 11 M n m , tht Hoard aj- Journed LO01L IiBBTITleaA nntihaf nf vklnakl. fowls wert stolen on Huaday night from tha yard of Mr Farrlogtoa on 11 atreet, betwceo Twelfth and ThlrUeath tlreete A Colored woman. ohA airtiln. tV. child Of Mr Wm Ulckmaa, residing oa tht corner ot Thirteenth and li atreett fell down ir reiieruayt ana is j urea IBt llttlt Out eeverely a - leocy iau," wno tiiea tht remark "Shoo Flv" towards two young ladles ot tht laland, Mlaa J aad Mtssll .received a thumping wllh a small pair of nitc, bealdee a charge of eevenne rtennar In Ihi.tn li a.r k. . do ao agalu omosr Alton, of tha llh precinct, oa Friday ntht arretted a colored man named Uoorgt Hide, who had In hla pniitiilon a bag 9oa lalntng a lot of country tobacco lit waa neat to Jail for a further hearing About 2,600 buaheli of red wheat were aold Ieattrday at tht meeting of thtOeorgetown lerehsnta' Lxehnni nrlea from ai an in at per bushel Hhad aold yesterday at 100113 Pr hundred. herring at from IS to 111 Awouiaiaiy coioreo tonveria mai and re male wer baptised In the Potomac on htunday Teiterdty morning a amall fram house, oa I. atreet between Twentv flrst and Twtnir. sec ida rects, occupied by Ilcnrybmltfa took lire but wae extinguished with but slight damage ao without treating an alarm uu ouu lajaiirroouauapi jiroiB, inspcoior . u fviiio mig. ifinrapneq to in ssvtrai stations, ordering Iht nolloemea to doJT their heavy wlutereoala and belle and den their auiuuer ooati fj 4WD.,"T ,,T," ot tne Hapartmeot of Medlaat Heianc aud , Hygiene of th American tJtloo Academy of Uteraturt, Hslcaot and Art, Iht following tut orgeutlcmea wert Cflooen lorepreicat that boly la the fort coming raeettcg of the American Me Ucal Aa O.llllKH Uf ll HI.!...! U . .1 .. Ollbert, M 1J,T B Hood, M I I f miss, fffi - ffr - iTiVjaaiv - J Tug FocatB WAKD niPUtLlcaas wlllrals a flac on tht Republican polt, corner of L atreet and New Jen avtouti Ihn evening at I;l, o lg ck. TI1K TIST WARD. Mccllnff or the iPTlndbleaj Colouct Foinfl Hlewa by Hear Johnaon, The otonel ft (load Han to Keapett . . .. riiAM. uqir a-or v..? w w..pp. MaJ niltatlB nerd-Hlt "Heara' I'renenled lo toloncl Forney. Tht Tlrat ward Inrlnelblt club bold a ttect lng at Steveoa achool-bouat last Btgbt j tht president, Thomas Martin, la tht abalr Tht ball wae well filled, among thoaa preiant being a large number of well known eitlieaa of tht ward, both whit and colored. llenrv Johnaon moved that a eommlltet of even bt appointed to preaent tha names ot eandldatea to bt voted for at tha primary elec tion and auggesitd mat in majority 01 in commlttet be aelected from amoog tha labor log men, as it bad beeo Bitted that tha Invin cible were led bya fewdetlgnlng mea a Ht dealred II to bt known that tbt volet of tht laboring man governed the aetloa of tha la vincible club The motloa waa adopted Mr Johnson eaid that It had beta circulated by tbt enemies of tht movement, thtl Major Hlcharda had promised to etrtalo members certain poaHlone, In cast ht was tlecttd Tht foul calumny had been pot forward by their enemies, and tht frltnds of Mayor Howen lit proouncd tht assertion a lit lit had aad many Inquiries la regard to tht matter, aad had itmfled hlmteir that It was a falsehood. Tbt chairman united with Johntoa la Iht denial. Alao. John II Brooke pronounced the atatemtnt a lit, aad tht nam ot Alex Ilea dercoa was given as tht ptraoo who circu lated int laisenoou Walker Whltt took tht ataad aad mada a rrsno nivnuui "iTisn. piiciiiug nuvu amusement lit pronounced tht story la re gard to Major Hlchardc a falsehood, and had been uttered by a man who knew bt waalylag wbtn ht uttered It, lit avowed himself a trut Republican, who Intended to vott a straight hepubllcaa ticket lit did not believe that Major It le hards would allow bla namt to ap pear upon a ticket with a man who was not a jfepubiioan UTalkarthfA nraead to talk about Col John W lornev.wbo ht called aa old-time Democrat lit did not aif rornty lor aay aa iii itifttailAn Tha anaaker alalmad to b a better Republican thta loraey, who wae all Cornelius Clark tallad tht speaker to order, aahtdtd not believe that Mr toraeywacbt fort tht meeting for erltlelam TnhnPai.ro eatd h muiI eater hla ortteat agalnat tht remarked Whltt Hr 1 unity ht believed wai a good aad trut man aad a frltad to tnteoiorea race Mr Clark eald he Interrupted the aptaktr haaatiaa ha did not bellevt tht VlltflcatlO of any man helped tbt cauie lit would not Til iit any !, ru ., us uii n .,fuu llcaa party from tha Btmirtrati a week ago Mr White tald that wat jutt tha point he wbb making lit did not want to vilify any body, but ht waa oppoted lo having a man coming from tht Democratic party to tell tht colored people how they must vote, and who they mutt vott for Henry Ltey offered tl a following resolution) Wbereaa tha Flrat Ward Invincible Club did, at a prtvloua meeting of aald tlub. adopt a resolution pltdgtog the aupport of the club to tht regular nominee of tht Republican eon vtntlon for Mayor of thlocltyi and whereas wt. Ik member 1 of iht First Ward Invlnclblt Club, hevt been assailed as falsa prtteadcre to principle and adrocalec of parties who If elected will aid la accomplishing our scinch ends, via tht appointment of n few membere to position, whllt tht masses of laboring men will bt tht sufferersi and whereas It has been further reported that a Urge number of tbt members have publicly declared that tfSayles J Bowen ebould be the choice of eald conven tion they would not aupport bv their vote tht aald Sajles J Bowen, and whereac wt claim (aad defy contradiction) that wt art Re PUBUSan, aou in oruvr mj lunnriminii in coari tharafnra Stinltvd, That we. tha member i of tht Flrat Ward Invlnclblt Club, da separately and col lectively pledge our aupport, by giving our vote aa well aa our influence, to the nominee it aalil aonaantlon In iDlaaatlon of tha resolution. Mr. I.aev aald that he would like aa txprtsslOB ot oplaloa oa thla aubject. Their totmlee had pat tht story In circulation that no matter If mr imwra ma i in nvniaaiiBi tn an- vlnelbltClub would bolt aad not support him f hoptd Iht resolution would bt adopted Walker Whltt Perrr Carson has had hold tf 100 11 r liill puai cuvrT BMun, anu BTr rill A vote be In taken, th resolutions wer tabled almost unanimously, Lacy being tha only on voting In lb negative. 1 0 lDBlt pDIUUDIIX IB CUPUmillVV ,Q nraaant namra to b voted for a delreataa to tht oomtoattng eoovention, Meeara Inward E Brook, John i tllatk, Wm Schooler, Richard Brown, John M Washington, Henry Johnson, Thorats Steep Wm Schooler, from th commute appointed, presented int 101 IappIhp raanlutlnn and namesi Whereas at a meeting of tht rlrat Ward Itrpubiiean ciuo a resolution was passed aa thornlng a primary ttectloa of delegatea tc in nominniinii ivuiiuuwn, iuu wamii wi as BepuMlean cltlzeni and vottra of aald ward, deilrnui of Iht aucccaa ot tht party, do respectfully recommend aad nominal for IB IUUII( VI uip lnw niuuiiy vl (bti rMk t0 Th"rt.',eoTvVHfoifVll "IihT jonaiov, vwrnmui vjiiii, lunuii maritn, n t l Kellv. Alfred Jonei. Thomaa T Harris. Wm A, Frttman, John M Hold, laalah lloulden, Alfred Hay, toward Watson, John It ji roots, 1 a laveros, naouy iacy anu lir W (1 II Newman Tbt chairmen la stating tht questloa oo the resolutions, explained that II was tha names ot tbt delegatea to bt voted Tor at tht primary rlaatlon llthadhaaid that tht "master of Iht Reiublleao party, William A Cook," In tended to order the election to beheld for an houror two, get to th votraof a number of iiowen men, ana men cioat int poua lie could astute all Iht Bowens and Cooks la Washington that they eould not do It la tbt Irst ward Tbt vote of tht peoplt baa got lo bt taxto ir 11 is an nay tteior iney enau be closed Mr Uoweo and hie hirelings must pars over bis body Th Chair (Mr Martin) aald that before tht rota waa taken unco tht aamea of tht dele galea, ht wo.ld aay thai It waa understood inest gi iiemcn warn opposcu to aiayor llnwan lb Mavor must b la a tarrlbl strait, for h has hla friend out trying to get prominent man to rrqueat his Domination McHnlght. tha councilman, cam to tht Trcaaury Department trying lo get names to a petltloa for thle pur pot. Tht speaker after warda had a talk with a prominent geatlemaa of tht Department, who asked him la regard to municipal nuair nmr iainx mil whllt tht gentleman (whot Influence Howea is very uesirous 01 ooiainingj aio, "neii, thar waa a man here with a uauar aaktnr ana to ign my nsmt requesting hit acceptance of in nomination i uvi uui ig i, niinouga I Ilk Mr ltowo I could not alco. because I do not bellevt tht people want him In tht plset again " Tha nutation waa then taken on tht resnlu tlon by a rising vote, and It was uttolmously suupifu Isaiah Uoldea, from tha executive commit tee, announced that at tbe next meeting the club would bt addressed bv tbtlr old aod triad friend, th hero of th Seventh ward, Irederlck A Bos w til Tht announcement wae received wirn great appiaust llanrr Jnhniiin naitf lank tha atanil In al. drefb the mettlag, aad referred to tht fact mat int uowen party ar using in argument that It waa not right aod proper for Iht party to divide 00 mea for position lit rtsd from a Republican paper of Philadelphia, lo which it was shown that tha parly was caavaaalog as to tbe merlte of several aandldates According to tbe rulings of Mr. William A Cook aod other men who propose to manipu late the Republican parly of the ally of Wash ington, each member of tht party must volt tht way that Cookand hlacotcilt deslrt, else they art traltora to tht party and dlaorgaoliara lit was proud that tht I&vlaclble Club was ant entitled lo th word diaoraanlitra. aa ik. Lkronlclt would attempt to show If th peo pi oy primary cicowun in iiirj waru, lairiy and squarely conducted, say that Hayles J Uowtn Is tht Domlnct of tht Republican par ty, bt will work for htm honestly and fairly, lit desired to rcltr lo a speech made la the Third ward a few nights ago by Colonel J W toroey,to whom ho paid a high compliment, II claimed th earn rliht to arltlala tha Colonels utterances ae Mr rorney did tbt courstof thSenatora oa tbt Oeorgla bill When Mr lorney deicends from his proud Ensttlon to espouse tbt cauit of Sajltt J iowen ht rtndera himself liable to erltlelam, aod muat abide by it In that speech, although ha said ht stmt la tht Interect of 00 mat, Bowen a namt was mentioned nineteen tlmie, Richards once, and than ha aald h did at know him If Styles J Howea had been true to tbt pen nle ht eould have been their cholee for another term, but ha bad surrounded himself with aush aaetoi adveniurere ana rcnegaue uemocraia ae to render acccsc to him to th uninitiated Impoaathl Mr lorney. not content with Oiagioio mi iDisinmiin, muti neeua araw that treat and food man Charles Humnar Tbe epeaktr's opinion waa that Col rorney asv toriuifu b imu nniit miereu oy inr Sumner lato a political todoratmtnt lit honored orney for hla gratitude to Bowen, but bt eould not underatand why, became Howea helped him In bla hour of trouble, bt should want to thrust his friend 00 tht people or Washlagtoa for two years longer lie old not knowwhelhcr tbera has been any further pecuniary obligation Incurred Hut Col I orney don l know Major Richards, and asks where art hla aears ot battle Major uienarut was ooro in Mtstebusctta, emi grated to Ohio when qultt young, and tail hla first vott for that a not it of abolition. Joshua It Olddiogs thatlsont offals' scars'' Where was Stilts J Howea then t Working In the Ilemocratla narlv wllh Mr Iah,.. Tht Major eeiut hert In lW Wt And Mm supporting John C tremont, and aided la organlrlng thclremoat and Barton Club of tbie city Where was Howea tbenl With tht Democratic parly, holding ol&ct under President Plerct In MM bt was Iht Hepubllcaa candidate for Council la tht Third ward, Iht Ural Republl can that etfer held office In thla Dlalrlet It was no easy thing In those days to bt a Repub lican No black votes to ride a man into power and to when Mr Rleharda ran oa a square Hepubllcaa ticket for Collector ht re ceived ooly Til voteo If tht great man Stan too was upon earth, or It tht rtourds of tht War Department bt starched. It will bt found that lolhtdark days of tht rebellion. Major Rloharda was out dtv and nlaht farratlnc nm tht mea engaged la plotting treason Can there l-a any double of aueh a mta'a Republl canismt (i)rlea ol no, ao 1 Tbe spsaker theo related aa Incident, ahow log Major Richards' status la regard to fair deal! a g to aolortd peoplt la years before ht right of franc b lie waa conferred upon claed tha right, aoJ a lint of whltt aad a lloa of golcrtd voiara wert Uttqbtd out, tint up aad1 a aldt " Here, bob or tali, iht whllt man muat take bla chaneea with Iht black " Thla tatat una whom air, 1 orney watts to enow at aearti a man who never voted a Demo aratlttlikct lo hla lift Oat Mr. Bowen ttr aamutht Hatbooght It about tlmo that Mr BtwtB should rttlrt with Mr., orney from tht flaU of politics Tht aptaktr thta read tht flatnaltl atlta meat aa developed by Mr, Forney, who forgot to tell ot vtry Important secret, whloh waa, that there art aow U0 000 worth of cheeks floating aronnd with no tot to pay them To day thcrt It 9110000 dot tht First National bank, aad It waa only yestsrday tbatacheca for M waa thrown out at tht bank, no funda' belag tbt aaawar glvta tht applicant Somt month ago tht cum of gIM.000 wai ordered to bt obtained by tht torporatlot II could not bt got all at oatt, to Howea eon anted to takt It la amall aumtt but the inter eat oa tht wholt amount li belag paid from thtdatt of tbt flrat Instalment Thua It la tbt peoplt art being swindled Tbtapeakar then read from Mayor Bowta't mcasage, giving hla tatlmatea Tor tht Dreieat year, which wert aa follows 1 tht receipt! wer to bt 11 ,390 OOOt txpendltarta, 11,033 MQ Tha balance. Mayor Bowta aald, would ba VU 000, aufflsleat to leavt aa unexpended bal anet oothtSQth dtyof Junaof guJoooo Tht aptakar hart remarked that tha Art depart men! baa nolbteo paid ftr thre monlhe What art tht facta In rtrard lunar Harn ett! status, llf tht Agates, to tht 14th of March, tha elfy la today under a debt of ? 1,1 vi tv9.ee. ia iaat a nnanoiai tatteaat lit bought to Improvement ootid bt madt "A new broom' should bt Introduced to sweep tleattht City Halt. Tht aptakar dltavowed anv dtalrt for office lit had enttrtd Into thla tight from principle, became ha thought that he and other colored men who had received an education ahoold try tad educate their brathcrni that they wert not alavea to anyone man or att of mm He would ask, Is It wlat or la It Jadleloua to tarry Mr Bowen on their backs with each a poor prospect of success 1 Itookattha figures Mr. Itall waa elected by 2,100 Republleea majority, Bowen II, and ItoiwelltOOO. How la It Mr Howea can1! eat thla majority, Mr Forney oast rtmarkedof Mayor Howea that ba "had a moat fticlnat- inx way 01 ubid( fsiiflir) - iuu waa irue, as tha result tf bis administration provea Tha Bncaker closed amid much iddIsub johall Brooks than addreeaed tht meeting la opposition to th protfsrtd dictation of Col onel r orney, aad trTerlBgargumentc why there Should bt a enangt or tht present go verm after which tht meeting adjotrrned Tbolbnrcea Affalnat The Cowcrra- atonal rrlnter. Tht senate Commlttet 00 Prlntlnr wert tagsged yesterday morning la continuing tha Investigation of the charges against Coogrcs sloaal printer Clapp Seaatore Anthony aad iiarriacoouucicu in asamioniio. A U Claiton for the defense, teitlfled lhat bale a clerk la tht tlrat Comptroller Office Was anractlcal nrlntcr. but never worked In the Qovtrnmeat Offlca. Had never beeo there butooctor twlct If ht waa Congressional printer, would appoint a preparer of copy among tht flrat. Thought It aa teaentlal office In an establishment of that magnitude Thought bt fact II tat ed tha work, and madt tony plainer, so It eould be sit up more readily WltoesB examined tbt accounts of tht public printer No elase ot aeaouola wart better acpt. never iouna inertia an error over two cents Croaa txamlned by tht proaceutorst Thought It wrong todlschargtol I practical prlotcreon political grounds oaly Did aotthlak political J rouoda should tanutnet appolotroenti In tht lovernment offlct Did not kaow that Mr Clapp evtrdlaahargtd any prlatera on pollllcsl grounds Woik might bt destroyed lathe Uov trnmtat office, naif not knowato Iht Congrcs slooal printer, unlet! It bt brought to hla at tention. Thought work In tht Government offlct wat txecutedae well aa It too id poesl bly b aoy where Tht preient ebarseter ot the work losss nothing when compared with that of former admtnlatratlona By Mr Clappi Ifwltotit watCoDgrcisloatl Frinttr would txercltt his own Judgment as to h appointment and removal of thoinln the offlct Thomas T Scott, Acting Atilitaal Djor keeper or tha Senate, examined for defeaet, and tettlBed from paraonal knowledge to Mr Shanktli. competency as a printer. James Ryan, awora aod txamtaed for de flate! Wae lo charge of all matter ptrlatnlng to tht publication of oroelal reports of tht Bureau of Statistics Had tatlmata builnen relations with the Ooverament Piloting unlet Work was aa well don aa it ever had bttn No occasion to And fault Had always been treated oourteouslv. and alwava a dliiMiltlan manlleettdby Messrs Uvea, Robert 1, L'htl, and others to oblige and do the work prompt ly Uot work from thcrt now mora promptly than ever before. Kw or aotrrora or mis takes which occurred aod wert chargeable to tbt Printer Knew of ont error, but It was mirif-uK 10 in EtiaiMiieai uurcau more tha IheUoverament Printing Otflee Thought Mr Libel a naa who uoderatoodhlc builnen MosecTltcombewora aod examined fordo feocet 1 Superintendent of tht Senate Doou ment Room Had been In constant relation with tbe Oorernmtnt printing offlct slnetiua. Tht printing waa carried oa aow as well as ever At tha beginning of the scaaoa there was soma dalav.nut It was soon nmbllid Tht work had rapidly Increased daring this session Did not think there wert as many trrora la tbt orlntlnc now as formerlv Prof Raymond awora and examine 1 for dt- icncei i uommiiiioner 01 Miomg cit a tittles at tht Treasury Department. Ud intimate Business reiaiione wiia ineuovernmeni print ing fflee Never heard of a better proof reader thaa Mr Burnsteln The meaosgrtpt fa rail bed bv wltneaa was rather dlfflenlt XSSU rViJj Vj ajft arvrMJt.amijd hjj United States Commissioners to the Parte Lx rot It Ion Had ao complaint to meka against bt (iovtromsnt offlct Was much pleased with tha proofreading It was batter than ht ever kntw It before Had seen ont or two errors la tht report, but bt thought fewer than generally attaad such work Had formed avcryfavorableoploloaof Mr lUhel) thought in m voi jautiT ouicvr John Lareomb, recalled 1 Had beta tnn neeled with tht Government nrintlnrnfllca elnet It had btto tstabllshed waa flnaaeial icii iuvviit ma iirvivnt uongraiinai Printer wat fully taptblt or fltllag tht poai tlon) thought Iht arrangement requiring eompoaltora to perform certain dullec waa a reformt thought tht preaent Coovreiilonai Printer waa trtatlr tmbarrassed br oar- llea attempting to Interfere with hloi tne wort had lucre as til durlnr tha n J ear 1 beard of no demoralisation or dfior er existing la tht offlsti from six to tight thousaod ems per day set up, corrected and distributed wae a fair day's work, taking tbe average run of work; wltntea referred to plain matternot rule and figure work particularly 1 Congressional woik was generally "fat" mat ter) tha preaent Congreasloual Printer ea dtavored to economise! til accounts patted through tht hands of wttntsat aever aaw any thing wbiah ltd blm to btlltvt tht Coagr sloaal Printer was oppressive or tyrannical) errore were bound to nnanr tn an aatahllah meat Ilka th Government (Mating officii l.n.i..l'U. t. L.I ..... '1 ."".. .uupisii tnt ciuc. an tuuuairious, ruerctlic llttlt fcllowl tbousbt ha attended to hit buil. attit sever heard aaythlng agalmt hla maa- iiniDiliniwmr naanaian) nta OCSrd aim highly epokea tf by compositors oroit-tx a rained t Witness dli not know tne out r twenty printers oa tbt floor Could not speak of their qualifications Uarntrd,Waters, Walker, Hell aad Ltportt wert very good printers Had no dor-bt they could average o too low " per day Several of theie gaatlemea wtra employed there now Wt- "fl cnarK or priming unaer 01 r wen dellr Would have been very gltd thaa to have a cony rev tier. It waa a smaller tstabllsb meat then thaa bow. Ntvtr beard of any tyranny on tht part of Mr Clapp. Mr.Clapu had directed that no night work bt dont unites It bt absolutely necetssry, Adjourned. Bate Ball Tht flrat "big gun" of tht tattoo was Bred off lo Philadelphia yeattrday. tht aoattatlng parties being tht Athltllct of that elty aad the Maryltode of lialtlmoit Tht Athletics done up their opponents to thttunt ofll to 10 la a tulljramt. Tht AthUtlec vlitl Washington on Friday next, w&tathey will engage wllh tht Olympics, on their new f rounds, corner ol Slxteettb aad Kstrasts. fhlt will bt tht grand opening of tbt Olympics, and their new "nine" will bavt a cheese to show what the champions of tht South can do A dispatch from Philadelphia eaya with reference to the game tbert ytsttrdayi Tht bat ball match between tbt Maryland!, oi Baltimore, aad tha Athletics attracted large crowd of spcetatore, It belog tht flrat match of thtscasta. Thtplsyiag waa very flat. Tht Athlitlci were determined to retrieve their laurels, having bsto beaten In tht gama with tht Marylanders last year Many bats wert madt that tbe Maiylaal would be defeated two lo ont. Attbttndof tht tlgnth Inning IhtacortettodMto loin favor of tbt AtE Icetlca la tht ninth lining both war whltt washtd Tht scort stood as followst Athletics M.MV'A0'8'0! ? Marlaadt-1. ,1,1,0,1,1,1,0) total, 10 ' Thb Niw BrjUDIMQ AaeooUTIOK Tb Franklin Co-ops rati vt Building Association ?.'?. J-)'11' I'1 nlng at rsmptranta IUU Tht following offlctra wtrt tlecttd for Iht tnstlog yean President, ThomaaNorfleati vlta-prealtTent, Judson & Hrowni secretary, John J tvtsti) trtasursr, Robert U Harris) directora.tleo M rilmore.A I. Sturdevaat J t Jodd, J D Free. A O M Prevost.J I t, .nduoUWood,,en,l,"tU DM,,f- Orna Alt sixvicbs under tht auiplors of tha Youog Meu'e Christian Association, were commenced oa Saturday evening at tht corner ?.f Vnth.",, nl Pennsylvania avtnut On last Sabbath t meeting was held la tbt test Capitol park, and last night another meet ." " bald at tbt corner of Seventh atreet and I enotylviult avcaut Tbt excr clacc were well attended They attracted tht at Ian tlon of panert by, and wtrt llaltntd to with marked attention noBQLABT About 13 o'clock Ob Saturday Bight aomt mltcrcanta gained admission to tht ctgarand tobacco stort of Mr J D Uach 5iBUw" .L ,!,l,r. .Dtw tltvtnth aod Twelfth strttts, by faltt keyi, and slol there Irom th anil r a ifiimha Imi rnm ih. .k btsldst ssvsral boxes of tigers Mr B la tht morninsT waa Annai.Uikhi a.it..! ...i .... dlssppotated In iht thlavea not leaving him a .Huav v. mm ,n viuar 10 ativnu caurca nsoiiTKATioa - Tha reglatralloa com mcoctd la tht tourth ward yesterday, and !'!u.ltfJ. 4V.Uo.Wit White, , tolortd 17l total. 631 This Is a pretty good showing or the first day, and gives promts that tvtry voter is Intereited latbo oomtng election and intend! to raglater. - Tag i attention of th Second ward Trlah Kenubltcani. the ladaiamtaat R.tn,m an. elalloo.tha tourth Ward Republican Club, and tht Ttut Republican Club of iht Seeood Ward is ctlttd to Important notices tlatwhtrt Ma Ubtibt complimentary concert will bt given i thle evening at Marlnl a antmbly rooms Tha concert will aomutoec at tight o'clock prctistly piriat-TOMBDViou la watted, AddrtM, ittUofptlaO.Oa.Jttroffiat, a",Mi TTathlasUw Cllr Blbli Hteltfr. Tht annual meatlnt of tha Wtehlotton Oltv Itlble Soclett wae held In tht roorat of tht Y M C. A. on Monday evening at t o'clock, Hoa Peter Parker preildent ot th aoclety, In thtekair, Tbt rtpori of tht depository; waa prtttatad by Wm Ballantyne.whlch chewed agratultout dfatrlbutlta of ill Bibles aad 4M Ttttamtatt, and tbt tale oriMHlblta aod H Ttatamtntt during tbt year in iraiurra report tnnwt in rtsniiipi t)9l9eontrlbattonsfronshurihts tad indi viduals, and flftTI TO fiom talis, alt of whloh has beta rtqtlrtd to pay for Bibles purchased and to meet tht current txptaace of tht soclctv, leavlag this auxiliary la debt to tha parent aocittr to tht amount of gflftl IT beat mode ot tupplylng th destlUu with tb Scriptures, and, on motion of Dr. Ntwmaa, It wtt resolved to refer tht subject of employing vuuiui vtw mv.,iv ivv vi.v- w . famala Bible reader to the board of menaiere A goodly Dumber of pastort being present, tonsldtrablt lattrttt was manifested In the question of Church collections, aad an tamest effort will bt madt not only to meet tht tur rent expense, obi io reiiev tae ooiiy oi a debt now resting on It v Tb anniversary rttttlog f talc tmpottaat aocttty will bt held la the Foundry M t.) Churaa, oa Sabbath treotng, May 1. whta Dr Sunderland and otberc will prneeat lit cltlma The followlnt tentlemea wert ttteted offl- ecra tor tht tnaulng veart Proetdent Peter Parker) vlea prttldentiWm H Campbell, Andrew Hothwell, 11 T Whltt, P M I car eon, E L Chllda,A N 7tvely, JohnO Hark dim, A H Pratt, Wm Stltkntyt C O Burr) tertiary W 8. fort) treasurer aad depoe Itory Wot, Ballantyae) directors II F Zim merman, Utorge Rnlaehart, N W Uurthtll. John I., tlwardi.deorgell B Whllt, David Hsitett, Charlte Pearson, Joha W Clarke, U j i.oinroaa, uavid wiiiiir, m. w ur.unji noma ji taioni, c a mimbi ij j. Uavldaoa, Joha W Fatby, JohaO Wllllam- eon, warren unoai,.ir.u b.-fiuiiW j( Murlagh, U H.Stlotmctx Iowa AatociATloir Oitt, oa OOTttwoa, Mcaaitl. Tht Iowa Rtpublltaa Aeaoclatloo held a eptclal mealing at Idbrty Hall laat evening, W. S Oraff, la th ehalr.J. P. C. Poultoa, secretary, la tht abatnet of Major rialsher Severtl persona wtrt propottd atd accepted to memberihlp The president madt a few remarks rtgardlag tha flattering condition ot th organisation. Oa motion of Mr &terena a commute was appointed to confer with similar committees from other it att organisations relative to tht reduction oi rauroau tart aormg tat aummcr and Itia rail aUatlitaa U C. Stevena, Captain J. M. Armstrong aad Dr D 11 Ooodno wtrt thoaea aa aald com mlttet W N. Ualley, N McOrca, Warren Llneo'n and Hoa. Joha P Oraotham wtrt ad pointed to toaftr wllh tht other tiaoaUtloos rriaiivo to mvtiinge at iiioeriy iiau Th memoert of tha aiaoclatlon than oro- accded la a body to tha Arlington houttto pay a complimentary visit to Uov. Merrill, of Iowa Arriving thcrt they wart rtlnforetd by a a umber of other Io wane, who had al ready assembled, and upon being Invited lato the Coventor's rooms wtrt individually Intro duced by Mr Ore If to that gentleman, aod alio to in gaiiant uovvrnor vt n laaonuu, I.uelan Falrehlld, who wat alao praatnt Among thote prectnl wert Senator Howelt, Cltot wllllamsoa aad Sanders, Col. O D Ktniman, Hon Hawklr-s Taylor, Hon. J It Hrtrrs. Hon J P (Irantham. Major C II Fletcher, Col Oeo Oowle.Col John A Clra- ham, Assistant Register ot tht Trtasury.capi C S Morrison, Col A M Scott, Major Wm Moblcy.Hon 8 J W Tabor, W. S. Or0 J. P C Poultot.W.S Bailer, II. M Stowe.J It llolden, W arret Lincoln. D II Ooodno, W F Uapln, I. 8 Thomas, R II Marsh, N MeCret, U C Sttrtns, Wm Richards, J, M Klrker, and other. Arter an hour a soatal conversation Iht party retired, highly delighted with tht later view held wllh tbtlr popular O over nor Tn flisrn WibdOlcbbodb la Koixs I it Uowtaiam Yesterday morning tht mtmbera f tht Sixth Ward Republican Olub were anrnrliad to hear that a force of mea were busily engaged la pulling down tht frtmt chapel oa Testa strtti test, la which they wtrt wont to hold tbtlr mtttlags on Tuesday evening of each week, Inquiry was made of the owner of tbe chapel, a colored man named Lomax, as to hla reatpa for destrovltg tbt bulldltg, but ht would not glvt a a Wi factory anawar Aetxplsnatlon madt by come of hie aequalataacee wae to tha effect that Lomax had bttn paid by tht Bowtt party to poll tht chapel to pieces, la order to drlvt tbt club to meet out at tht Howard buildings, ntar Ben alng e brldct, wter a man named Pelrce la votee at tht cltctloa of dtlegatcs art to bt aaat tor uoweo t aantrenis If this bt trut tht sshtmt has been frus trated) for aa aooa aa tbt fast waa ascertained that their meeting home wae demolished. Al derman Champion, preildent of tht tlub, cauttd BOtlcta to bt dlatrlbuttd through tht ward, stating that tht tlub would bold Its meeting to-night at tht hall oa tht premises of Mrs Bauman, corner of Ninth street east and South Carolina avenue, whlah haa bttn aaeurad far tha aamtialrn. and which will aa commodate a much larger number of parsons iuab in oiu piac oi matting Th New Jersey Republican aeaoclatloo held ite regular meeting laat olght at Liberty ball, M M Kalgho, prealdtat pro frstlB tht ehtlr. P S narration aaratarr Tht executive commlttet reported tht tx- prninoi in last toenail, ana in oiu wtr audited and paid Several new members wtrt admltttd, Tht txeeutlrt eommlltet wtrt aathorlitd to la- K4LJnBwW)wvlwaVft,'A(,1cnvaM tn It was decided that another toclablt should vw am ia tot mourn oi amy. ATT Banna la allad In tha aata. at Ia'.I.kW this afternoon, of valuable lots la tht I Irst ward, In aquart II, at tht eorntr of L tod Twenty ill In ctrectc, Immtdlattly weat of Payers coach laetory kt i m en of Hop Lodr of Mamas and of uraou io unci i oi itea men will nau v.icva in gar aavsriising columns O Maoiohou Ni WD street, betwtta Ninth and Tlh, 1 prepared to do all styles V UP Ht VlVUfOlV I'J.OXB. In rAisiMQ rjFSxmTn sthiit weootlc1 to atoro or our mend, "Th crifiaai Franc," crowded with cnitomers, and at tb Am plma w otBorred other itore decidedly tn want of patronage. The only reaion for thla. to lb beatof our knowledge and belief. U that oar friend, Mr. franc, U aellUf; good at inch price that tha baying coav uiuqity find ll lotbclr Interest to pttroolxe tht io very popular OcnU'i rarnlahlos Store. For the benefit of atrtDgert we would add that tbe new number U 4 SI Seventh trcet, between D and K streeti, three doori Above Odd Fellowi' Hall, alto, we would aay u. uu un no Draucn siwro. Tog A afatRiom Tu. Btomi. OoRxta&iv. mtu ad J StnttTS All coffee told at this tor it roaited by tbe proprietor, lainrlog It absolute rarity and freshness, which he guarantee. The proprietor U roasting all uit couee on a new principle, wnicn render them particularly pure, all acldlly belnr re tnoTed br their proces of cooking, enabling pertoD now to take coffee who hare hitherto ooen oDiigea to auconunuo iu use, A PiCT Woxra Kxowiiro In eoaae- qaence of An Intended change In the bniU uoa n. ma licmrat uouar otort, ouj Harsei Bpace, between Eighth and Ninth, the well auortcd stock, oroide jwlnr, Alaska let and other desirable goods will be gold at a rwucnoa oi 'M per cent aiicoant. oiw As xcohomt li the highway to wealth, w conalder It oar datr to remlncf oar fellow-cltl no of the fact that there la a rut differ ence in the price charged by oar iiveral merchants. Many profet to tell goodi cheap, bat from oar own experience we hare to aay that we never bought oar Gent' Far nlthlng good more reason able than at the tore of the ono-prlct Franc, 431 Seventh tiroctf, ooiween u ana & , ItDUCIafrtT TO DDT A. GOOD BtWIXO UionniB Wilcox & Glbb' Sewing Ma chine, the most ilmple and beat conitrncted awing machine, will hereafter be aold on liberal tcrmi. Inquire at the agency, Danm'a vinat. uu uuupsairt lac.ory, too oevenin Krcet, between D and E. Srtciii, Pawn Bbokm'i Noticb. Pa- ironi wui please take notice that my buil- toil 1 carried on aa ninal on aecond floor. notwithstanding the alteration now going I 1000 reaniylranla avenue. , Tn, Corral, Splcea, Chocolate, Cocoa, I lavorlog Extracts, Rice, Corn Starch, Ac, ie., aold at tfaePeklnand Teddo tea store, ill Ninth atreet, between D and atreeti. , I Corru routed by ourselves ereryday, Ind trround to ordar at tha orlirlnal l'ekln and Teddo to store, 4U Ninth atreet. be tween O and E atreeti. I FOR TO beat and enreat Teat. Coffees nd Splcea fro to the Peklnt and Yeddotea fore, iU Ninth atreet, between D and E itreeU. Java, CorriB. freshlt roasted, for it ceoti. aa good ai coffee aold for 40 cent liewhere, at the Pekln and Teddo tea store, 131 Ninth itrect, between D aod E atreeti. Uur tol'h Tin, Coffees and Spices at the old eaUbllihed Ptkln and Teddo tea etore, 124 Ninth street, between D and E streeta. Just Received a tiioi lot or ORNAMENTAL IUON WORK. Ctasittlsf ( '"SMWl&lffl ao THB BALTIMORE KITOHINKR. M. HAVWAUU CO., . Ollff, Ol.v.pOJa Lalila. PI'M B.l. IUU lltrialk tUMll. City Property to be Sold for Taxes OOIpLEOTOIt'S OFFICE, WEST WINO OITT HALIj WASHINOTON. D. O-MAaCBl.H70. i Commencing od Tuesday, Jnni llth. 1S?0. the will be sold by pnblle auction at tbe City Uall, (Aldermen ChamUr.) in th city of Waahlngton, D,C.,toaUsfy tht eorporatloo of said city for tuts du thereon, as stated, tmlais the aald tazb trTloualy paid to the olltctor, with such expenses and ft as may bar accrued at the tlm of payment. Sal to cummtnc at 10 o'clock a. tn., and to be continued from day to day uii eompicua Terms cash. P, TOWnOMASSES3ED. m part of I.. Ames. Andrew J tax lor paving carnago- nJ, UU lUKIDfk IIUIU January 20, 1809, G3C Belog the north two feet n mrnM wvtt naTtin ni int llrvpart of Sand Ditto . ..... imp i Tax lor pvlng carriage way, on interest from JaiiaaryS0th,lSr)0, S.CO vcing tne tontn twenty one feet two lnche by SfttDartof lot TlAbtrt. Charles (trust.). r i n .. . r '-;. .ginning ai tne touin west corner of said lot and running north forty lire feet, thence cast twentvH.lx fttt three Inches, thence acmtli tor- j nre reel, tnenee wett twenty-six feet three indies to tha btirlnnlnir OSttaub 48. Alexander, Chariot M 4wp3andlmp Allen, Charle . . fiOfjfoart of 37 Ditto ana imp. ueintr tne wett fourteen xeei front oi said lot, rntiH ntng back the tame width me aepin uiereoiw Ditto S3 IS and Imp ptrtofStndlDltto Imp, I Del ns the weat twontr- tnree reel ronr incnct front ol said lot. rnnniait back the tame width the utnth llpfrnf. S41MUU.1J ,t lUlllO, aOOJwott half lViDUto. anu imp i tax lor ioot. . rwj.J i ax lor iboo . w ot Tax for repelainj pave ment, Deceritcr 30t, 18DI . WT) Aasesament for lighting street. 1807 . . . fi.41 7t330 and Imp 730 1J and Imp UIUO Ditto Ditto i ana imp 14 and Imp, 15 . . Ditto Ditto. .. part of 18 Ditto ana imp. Being the east twenty-two ieet ironi ni saia tot, oy tne orpin tnereoi. lH5tuu33 and Im anbOOandlm Ditto, 64inpartof3, .imu).. Tax for 1800, In name on J.O WolUngaford..0.o7 . ax tor Curbing ana par ing footway, la the namoj of J U Wolllnraford. Interest from Aumstl9 1807 , . Ml on llavlngafrrmton Virginia avenue fifteen feet one and one-half Inch, being all ot eald lot lying weat of line drawn from the centre of the frontline of aald lot and rnnninft tnenee at ngni angle wiu earn avenue to nonn trn lino or rear of aald tot- nflU." H Ditto Ditto. Ditto. m , wen... Armstrong, dayUI i. UlllO Ditto, loaois. IO uitto 17. , Ditto IB. Ditto oaNoart uf S and Adama. Eleanor A imp. r int inaiaument oi lax lor pavinT aurv, on interest from Jnly 13 1800. tlO 05. Being tha north thirty feet front on Eighth street east of said lot by the uCDW innrvfu. 4TVub..l8 and LAhner. Edward uiurioo. Ditto .HM ml glpartof&and imp. Beelnnlrur at th north east corner of said lot. tbeooa west twenty-one feet, and running back that width one hundred ana any reel ia depth Tax for 1807 . .riv ilfljpart of 8. Aah.EarlS. ueginniog twenty-one feet two Inches from tho northwest corner of aald lot, and running east one hundred feet, thence Boniasiiieen feet, thence weat one hundred feet, thence north alxten feet tO tha Mint Of hMO-timlm. ji)..-. nf a plrii b Vliai Mawtjuipiii . .... .,, Imp tax tor pavinr carrlaire- wav On lntmat from JanwryflO, 1800 48.87 Having a front of sixteen feet on Hercnth atreel wcil aojoinimr the aonii. twenty-one feet two In chei of aald lof by the 34n!partof0and uruui uicrcoi. Adams, Geonre imp, Tax for ism .. toaai Tax for 1807 fAfU Being the south twenty eight feet front on Elev enth atreel weat by the depth of the lot. Aasesament for lighting the streeL 1807... "rAtfi ssspartoiiH.. unto tax for Hum . ftLsa Tax for 1807 SM pUCMoeot for llghtlni ttrecL 180S. . .0 a Assessment tsteisment for lkbline BtreeL 1807 fa.87 88323 and Imp DUto.,,.. .....,..,.,.. Tax for j ww ... : laxior wo? i3.w Assessment for lighting the itreet, 1805. fl dA AiiMlmrai tnf ll(hflni the atreet. 180t .il fi Ditto Tar for 1800 ftlS 41 Tax for 1807 15.30 Aaacaiment for lighting tho atreet, 1805 tl b? Asteaiment for lighting tho street, 1807 tl f aner, ueorge , ,, second Installment of tat fur curbing and foot pavement on Interest from Jnne ff. lHflfi. too or. tub a hub 3 Ditto.. ' sab 4 Ditto. Uub5 Ditto.. Ditto. . ... Ditto. Ditto,, , . Ditto.. Ditto. Ditto... Dllto.. labfl kob 7. tab 8.. bub 9 leablO iSoIeooth half of l and Imp. ret lOfpart of 31 anq imr BctrlnnlniT for aald nart nf ni"... jH. 'T7."V i a. a uiaianro oi twenty Ore feet from the corner of rennsyivama avenue and rourana a naif street, and at the line adjoining the brick house formerly the dwelling of IL M atorflt, aud running thence weatwardlv alonir the line of aald avenne to the corner of aald ave nue and Four-and a half street, thence northwest wardly along tho line of said Four-and a-half Street seventy feet, thence eastward! v at a rhrht an gle with Four and a-half street thlrtr-nlne foettlx Inches to tne west Una of .uarUn Jdun bv t proper tr. thence southwardly along the weat line of Martin Murphy s proper tv about flltv feet ud tc the corner of the brick nous formerly tha dwell ing of H M Morflt, thence southwest wardlr along the line of the said brick house up to 1'imn avlvanla avenua at tti iiuint of beginning Adama, (Jeorire It, trustee bart ot U ana imp, for E. C Cowling Beginning at a point two feet six Inches from tbe northeast corner of aald lot and running west nlnctr-three feet four and one half Incite, thence soath nftttn foot six Inch es, tbtnee east ninety three ftel four and out halt Inches, thenoe north fifteen feet six Inches to tha Point of bartnnliiir tltjaub. -.,, indtrtontXIs&ley,. l(,,,t part of 0 and imp, follow.. llat of property A. BOSWKLL, Collector STSfU and Imp TiamDdi part of 23 ana imp 73 57 185sub4... 157!iub4 . SOJpartof 14. S3 &M 83Q5J 33 00 83M 30 01 30 01 004 0 W! ir.9 79l 150 T 180 70i 10O&4 !.,,(. 181 oflJlSI Sd 131 80U00 Wj 10 ... 5 0 and Imp tub 1 401 part of 1 and imp. 10 TO art of 1(M 130 W lWMf2ft5KJ and Imp im 14 in wajo ltd 12ft 90 43 14 40 09 30 03 89 10J 57 IS 30 83 1 part of 0 15 80) 13 04 13 04 8 60) 17 (W sub 37 north half of sub 30 a lm parts of in and Imp 1 75 3 10 SrV. 1 4fi 1 73 3 19 1 W 1 48 83 07 1 73 733 733 8M Soft 80fl 850 70Wpartofff 011 0 II toes 1005 IS 0a 37 83 83M 4'Mi part part of 0 4 481 4 4 41aW 16 and Imp. 63 3lJin(K-hi3 3fl00 31 4AlV3Iand Imp Impart o(8 and. imp part of aub -. part of aub A 308 806 3 V8 837 837 .3 97 13 97 IT Oft 17 Of. 17 U6 1SU7 11 40 11 40 It 40 11 40 14 73 14 n 14 78 837 north parts ot 2 37 837 14 73 85 ana imp. 11 40 11 40 14 73 14 73 837 420 IU 250 lliVTO 8&30 07 7MliUtHuillmUiIi. Jl.lthew rt ol iaiiiun. lltri h nauup. K art of aub .cdlrnp. I Io0lnb22andlm 28 90J Am. B Part, of 18, Sana imp. 1 17N m 1st TxiM Dtn TOWllOUASSEseED Acton, Henry. .. DCKioniuK at a point tqy ntv feet from th south west corner of Sixth weal and South E street, being tbe aouthweat corner of sua square, and tntneo running test with tht lint of E street stventetn f ml thench north ninety fttt five Inches, thtnc wtst seventeen feeL thence south ninety fctt five Inches to E ttrcattqthe lUBVun in ucxiiuuiui Allen, Hannah and WU nam owner rWnml Installmtnt of ttt for curbing and fool pavement, on lnlertat from Oct, 30, 1808, e74.W(l Ditto. Rrrnd lmtaumentoi tax for curbing ana loot pavement, on lntertai from Oct 80, 18G8,lt 7. TWInnlntr at tho north west corner Of Mid lot and running cut nine teen feet ttvon and a half inchest thence south sixty fonr ieet eurnt inencs. thence weat nineteen feet Hpvcn and one naif inenct. tbenro north sixty four feet eight Inches to the noint oi beoinninir Adams, John Atchison. Jnllni 7 7H 8 Adama, John 0 ,. H !7l Tax for 1808 In name oiw J Herbert RerlnnlnaT at a Polot sev enteen feet Ave lothet from the norlheaat corner of said lot, and running weet niiy-iour icei ten Inchca. thence sooth ten feet tlx Inches, thence weat fifty-four feet ten Inchea.thenee south eight fret nine Inches, thence caat one hundred and nine north nineteen feet five Inrhes to the place oi ginning Ditto Ditto Ditto . t.130 15 90 IS w J7B 094. 1100 15 W IT St! Dtto V94 II OO Ditto Ditto. ... Ditto . Ditto Ditto. 4177 47 (tl 4JTT 47 03 9080 MSfl Ucing me eatt tony tour feet of said lot by thtJ ocpin tnereoi Ditto Having a front ot thirty feel adlotninsr the north fortreeren feet ot aald lot or tue an ui uicreot. UIUO 1 TM 10 tfS Ditto-. Relnir th aonui tliteen feet of aald lot by the dr-Tith thereof Tint Installment of tax for curling and foot pave ment, on tntereat from June 18th. 1800 110 58 Ditto. Tax for 1803, la name oil Bamncl BiacJL Ditto na Tax for 1808 in the name of Samuel viae rDitto. Tax for 1808, in name of Bamuei uiaeK Ditto. Amreln, John. SOI SOI 55 15S1 aoTrt Angus, Job W TaiforlS07 151 16 Assessment for lighting the street, 1807 tl 75 Having a front ol twenty five feet on I street, and running back the same wiatn ona uunarcu ana thirty two feet ten and one naii incites Adams. Josenh M 7 W 10 Cd M Irf .axioriotH . eu.iu Tax for 1805 5.80 Tax for 1807 0.63 Beginning on Third street east ona hundred and flf- teen feet aouth from tbe northwest comer oi said lut. and runntntr aouth twenty-one feet, thence east eighty feet, theurc northwardly twelve feet nine Inches, thence west ehrbtv-ttx feet five and one bait Inches to the be- einnlnr Adams, Jonn It. Irton. John II Bcclnnlnir on south ME' street slxty-teven feet from the southwest cor ner of aald aauare. run- nine thence north ntnttv feet five Inchea, thence east three feeL tbenrr tontli ninety feet five Inches, thence west three feet to the beginning p.-tl Tnt.pi It First and second Install- menu or tax lor curbing) aud lout lavement. Interest from August 37 1808. fin name of J. E Kendall.) U3.41 Ullto. ... Tax for 1808, in nam on ioun it rivans First and second Install ment! of tax for curbing and foot pavement, fin name of f E. Kendall,) oil Interest from August August V33 41 27. 18UH Ditto an 89 84 11 Ml li sa Having a front of fifteen f oat on (J couth, adjoining the east twenty-two feet six Inches of eald lot, and running back the depth uicrvui 80 sH 80 W 'American Missionary As- TU 7 81 BUCIBjUUU. Tax for 1805. ... 4 ftl Tax for 1800. ,. . 5 4(1 Tax for 1807 0 30 Bcfftnnln.r at the south east corner of aald lot and running north v. Hh Third street fourteen ieet. thence east tho depth of tne lot, said tot oeing tne width of fourteen feet and the depth oi said lot. uiuo. ., , Tax for 1805 . t7.0: 49S9I Tax for 1800 . . 8 44 Tax for 1807 9 AU Warns. Manraret Beginning at a point tn said lot forty feet west ol the southeast corner of said lot, tuence norm twelve feet nine Inrhes thence wett twenty feet, thence south twelve feet nine Inches, thence east ui uui ufurimuuir Aahford, Mahlou, and 7 187 lTltll M3M 0CM vv. aionea, trustees mr a EL Hamilton. Tax for lighting street, (In name of 11. Y Ham ilton).. . . tt 77 Tax for 1807, (In name of H W. Hamilton), 50 81 Beginning on south B street, e hrhtoenftet from the northoait corner of saldlot,an4 running west In said street fifty four loci, uence soma tizty feet to Virginia avenne, thenr catiwardly along Virginia avenue miy seven feet ten inches tbenco north to the be-j rlnnbip u, J 8 1(1 14 CI tlnl DsUUment of tl lor rtiroing .iki paTing foot war, on lntcre.1 from Julr 16. ISO) tH SI lUvlug .frontof elxblwn loet ou louiu c iini wx jolDing tba weattblrtj- IX leei uroa jncnea oi aid lot. rannlnir back the lama width tho depth of iwentthro, feet cljfht Adauii. Hubert MM liclng tho north Ofteon feet ten ana on. nui laene. front of lot numbered aub-dlilslon tweutr two, by uio arpin oi uto iok ltrt H Tli.v.r liutln, Barah Beirlnnlnir at tbo norm- wtai corner" ,u uum bor tweJiA and running thence iwomy ut. leei la inchea north on Sixth treol irett thanco east on. hundred feet to the eaat line of lot number thirteen, bounded bj ao aUeT.Uitnc. aoulli I. antj lx feet ilx luehe theme weat ono huutre4 feet to tho beginning 1 s V: Bat.