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Rational JOifpMtem. WKttfKADAY Our Onllnnt Voluntcorn. GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. Till! vktthans is coi'Mit )trrlU nf Ik lSmfeanl knratwprrftwt. MtMN f fhff Irel-satr. The annual salon of Ibe National ffoeanttnivrt of thaflrand Armyof tb Repablt Will Bwbeld lu lb eity today The occasion will bring together nlmn nldier of oar Uu wh who, wit iMuapM pa IrWle deration, parUed thatr Htm u lh taot Booth that the country ntl-ht lire. I"w U Sewera! Informal of the pwbU w girt bolew the aaraee ef principal MImh of th org taUaUon, and io lb mbn of tha delegate, Th onuvanUon Mil b held at the old Uaenrd Halt, rornaf Ninth and I street. 11 o'clock, noon, tnd lha following rdr nt bmd teat nlghti -r.a w .a i .WAtmnaToB, May i,1fi atr-ete, (lb place of DiMUnf of the NeUo-lKe)caaM-tornMto-rrnrTowWedneerifletMeotek.e.iB 1" partiaenl olDrvntra r)aHil to be fmnl. ly order of the 4 vmrnander la .bier 1L. , , Ww TJvm"B.AfolBAOrarel Assistant Adjutant General. ITT following are the df4egle: John A Logan, loMBtidfHMhkr, Weening ton, 1'Hm ralrchlld, srvie anmudr la-chlef.Msdl tJ2TrJl ?? '?. J't omaindr lnhlr, itsrtford, (Spaa, William T OulHae, adjutant gaaarul, Weahlrigton, rJ, A. SUrrtag. Iner-aetor tmnl, Waehlngton, 1 V0". 1 wtar"w Sirl. Washington, 0 O N I'.Chlpman, Judge W vocal ttiwnV Wa-hlng penn1 Mtcbn WPB eanrj, Philadelphia, A-!! DteV euetOelna-rnlof New Bedford, Mm. llnmrLWT,eatileledjatntrewl,kah. trwn l y. : K ,'" - ttor iMfU,vruh- fCH. Ilrown, assistant Inspector general, Waehln Ingtoa.u II ihuMII Oold,A D t, Washington, D, O Cisco, 11. , Frank fll. Wirmlngvm. IM i Jt M H..h.(hUr?lli W vIl-yTOtr3fc,led7 Pnrt,Kf A W DranMon. JUlumon. M4.1 J Vi.U i 71' J"tl RatHi.lUiii,hu U Bl. Norwar, M.t Ilvn l. AtMaiiwu. (Inoln John M Womiwortn, A. U U,Cbhwn, W. IlrwiM.frykUtKM.ft.IlT Thoipi.C'hteo. II. ,IMN "MTMT. rnilMlDhU, J'fci II H. MMTlll. Mawrd.UilDtnn,K . J p. W Rnh r. if It J 1) Ktaiw, lo1lMv.Ju, (M tThnn iP Crtl. na rraariMio, ( L . Joh J. Italw. BarUactoa Vkc rnh AfniB, llkabrf 8. f J M blrtnrtoa, D. M J0 WMblnatoa, UCi J,f TwL 611 M1b- Kdward Mom, rnrtLuMjt K T Sfttmr J. Albert HMiKwn. Ponainaatb. Vmnnnl. -tlw 1L ttiunard. rlaritntrto IUhrt liMkUM,BnuiBbon,alirUM. ' "OMW,,1 K MxMchuMlU- A. H iMnt, Nw RMifoH t A , B H. Byfm wore Urt C R rnm. lorefaMrt )rr M.mll.I---..M ttUBl-rUln, btEiV 'J"": K-1T lr,0,Vii,.lJtf", A VmtZZS. lM,I'1Ubbiri Wh. T Unratr, Wgfaarai W W lUtad JalMd- Kilwta U ctulf wmTA. a Eddr, Piw IdltM. " IbnUMlloul L. A IHeilnKW tltrttaA. .t 1 U-I- lliJL.l .l..Ak k Hl-( IIHIIWIi, WH1HIII . A.V KfUhtiiw,JftbBb Mw AMm.,1 t ltnrhiHftILIC MiwJwwf Wm rftrfUr ' Kluwdi. T W k Lm,C ICTrwaAlaa. r.TtMitNii WlkM F ftlth, CMtdeai UmMltuall Mik lar. lL&hv&r. kltarnaUw. lLnmal Umi fJOl WavMV, fhlladalpbl R. II flaath. IVturiU 1L L ilvdu, ItubuMphUt A. L. rafaaii MarrUaJ A, W OmUaa. Baltlmac) W F Bin low, Akaaimlta. Mtaaudrt- liohwt J Ramhanar, Rt, bmlai VT. IL llatk,M.UxUai TbimuA Maranborc.BL tout, A Lif.irnLa It M Apffar, HliwoM. ineiaUnd,!. A aicTin. tiaiwta (. w Uolltor, VtZ nnal;J A.lAnlt, Ahnm Iwluwa- MamtU M Mrilann.ladlanapolUiOan.U ft. HaacaiLthMhaw. Wlacnnalii Lnelaa ralreluMa, Madbnai Jamaa M Ball, Madiaun, Mkihtcan V W SaKt, Datmlli O L. IHuMln, uinia rfona w iianraan, Bnmmii. at TbaaboainbraoMlut1a In lb ra4 Armg Jmmgmmt, ftJ praaanM tbarafara tt hi OnrrM. Bvn ef tb fliate da not atmi to ba alaetad dalacalaa. lianvral Lna-M'a ofdar eaUlnt lb EncanpiawQi to. U)r u aa luiiowa llEAD'MdmAKD amt or Tint Rrmurj AuuTAKTUKtiiuutaUrrRK, T Wahmihutok. b C Aorti tl.lin. S Ouicatt.Jiuk.a. NaT L la acvufdasM wliblba RatMaa1 KapilaikKMor tbUrn4 Armfl U R. pvblM and raulnU(Mi of Ibalaat anaaal aaaainn. It ta bafvbr vrdarad Uwt lb NaUonaJ KaaiBmnMl uf tha tiraad Arnjaf tha lUpublM ahaii aaaawUa tfl tbatit of Haahiaaton,l U.,atU ocloek aooa, oa Ut lltb II ItlaipaeidthatarrDoartiBnitef tbaOrclar will In rvprmanUMl wltA lu (ail a am bar of dala, and la ordar that tbara mar ba no mUundantaaitiu aa t rpraMiUUna of DpartranU In tba Kasaaaunant. It hi haraW annonnead IM Um nil of Dntriimu wtU na clll alrtotlv ta naonnUwra wttk Ha. I. Art. IV, Chan, VofUMbUlMandUtUUoMi wbloh ero- "Af IltrtaiMt In asrann for rporta m daaa paall b daprivad of all rnrantUm In tha RaMonal Ka eampmat nntii Ui aama am forwarded " Hiwrdarof J OHM A Untiti. Vtmamfdr bvUiai wm T Oout-oi, AdinUnttlaaaraJ. Ufflolal lUaaon K. WB4VBM, Aantnk Adjk Gaa. W puUlah tha foUowUm In raUtioa) ta UiU ! In- from lb Uat number of tha Crawl J nay of tha tirand Armj of tba Hapnblio. Wa ailaml to thn a haarty watomna and baanaak a boapltabla and warm KtllM from thotr oowradaa bar. Tbaaa na tional mnvantkma ara fit tba aaataat rrnportanca ta tha ontaaJtitlim, and tmpiwa araa dnuaa uo h dlamta. Thrra la aa eaamtlai a dlffaranoa batwaan IbaubjMla and dtttleaof tbmtm annual naatiaaaanj tba raunloaa of moat oihar arxiatiat of auUtara, aa Uiara ladlflarrnr batwrvn tha pnrpuaaa of oar order and thnaa allodad to. In wcttla of tit armr of tba Tannaaaaa, tha army of tba Uumbariaad. lb ami of tb rn4oai, laak tba onhati)n fonnd ta tha Urand A nay of tb UauaUl. aa tr Inch a waU-dsnnod parpoaa. No on wbo baa av tadd lbtaa raaBlnna of war vatarana van fall lorn awarahetiar man and battar otUaan.bat ha urriaa with hint no ilariaw to ratnra aaain at tba and of Ui yoar with Iho Irolta of labor haabtwad la InprnTlng tb eondlUon of hrt onrnradr. tn alTUna jmblto aanti mant, la ooitltaUai cbartly and In amaainj a paiar ptrriutum am uhiii vo uw niumM ivoaarapniant oofn d tract Iro of eltlaaa i Idtary, trim. Uroala of nnr Urina wldflwa a ltd oruhani of ta nroparly b rfUuaad la auvb an ortanliatiua aa wa haM Inatltnlad. Tlij enraa not tn hniitauna, bat to Ihmk and net for tha weal of aa nobla and daaarvtnc a ooa aUtoancqr aa avar draw toaaihar a bndr of tbinklaa tnan. Our bond of anion la a throa-fold eord fratar nltr. charttj, kali and Hie characiartatla moat ynlj our deliberation Thar waa a lima wban nambara eoaatitatait tha alrena'ih of our ordar whan a certain kind of pollUcal d itj waa marded aa tba ablaf one ta b parfurmod. Thla tariud haa. happUr. paaaad away, and wa ara now free from ail allUnraa of a party or partlaan nature, and can an tar upon otbar and mora annobllaf par alia. Tba tranaltlon baa bean a difficult on, bat It haa beau euooeaaf al, and tha Uhur of the part two yean are reward ad by tha aatabliahmant of an eraant. aaUonwlihno dutaordaat or aall-daatroctlv aiaotanta In ltt bat founded apon prtnolplaa wa can avow with pride In ail pUnaa and at all tlmee. Tha NaUunal Knoampmant at Olaelanatl, laat May, a oa a barntoniooa ayatatn of ravnlatiun and a rttmal, whleh the aipartenoa of a year baa ebnwa to mt tb want of tb anetaty In an eminent decre. Tha reulaUona rwiulra auaaa uaaiHlnaal In Minn polnta, bat tbalr awneral plan and proilalona ar aood, ami need no altaraUun. 1 bay may b atrana-taaned ano oannoniiaa, imt eoouia no ua materia Jlr aJlarad. Tba ritual la baautlfuL Inipreaair and eymmauioal, and can no (all to arm In la tor aa It plan and deem ara aludied and andaraUHid To our rtew, the on vwntioa oaaht not ta dlaturb It The principal work before tha ooateatina would em to b the ouaipartac of wataa of tha prograaa of the ordar flrina and raoelrlna Baaaeatlone aa toth nottar tuode of carrjrta oat It uuiaotai tha lntar rhanaa of fraternal iraat frtaadalklji and maklna I tlaaaat a faatar of all e i arawunaai wa renewiac o ota t, wnion lonn an iiwi llkalklai nil tha luiMuiu of Iraab aeal to earry forward the mMoa Upun which wo hat entered, la louklna over the llat of deleaataa wa find name wblclt ara bouaahold word tbrouahoat the land, and aiua "f aau wiia utea ara umrM id privet Biiiaian wbodid valiant battle la tha earn ceuae, and ara ra oonled on tha aama roll of lama, thounh laaa ana aiitiuoualy blaaonaiL H a la tha key to tha trenatu ul our order, a It la alo th key la the atrena-ib. ef oar national InaUtutlona. Ky the toopl of tha paopla, and for lh tiaoil, waatnaeubllmaattaranaa of tba nwiymi unooia at tieiiyanurg, in Kituif uta loaoda tlon of all ooud laTernmenL While the nauiee of Ihuee known to fame aire laetr la oar nraanUation, and aa aaturanoa of wiaiiwn In Ita cmunrlU, et all moat meat on a atanmna 11, and ha alone la deeenedty aiatted amuac ua wbadoaa mualao oomaai oar brotherhood la a ooromon bond of onion for tha ouniiioo kwhI of all Ma ha to been rauanalail to rut thai the New York ilalraatton to the National Kncampmanl of lb CI rand Arm) A tba Haj-ablio will mt la partur If o, 1, at tha A rtlnaton at 10 o ilock thla ntornlnc Tin eunimlltaa oa raonpUon la aa follow: K P Chip man Urn I'erlay I'oora, V V. Uoi, War Baa. Mwalkrw, HarHaiin hlnaman Win Gibeun. Wm. If Webetwr. IU, P Cum Mm ( nickel, 11 r HamJInk, Ohariea it nriwn u i i'M.k, tlaorg M Uwkwoud, 11 W laU-.lt M i J titunM 11 U Otla, Ubarlaa K. Jftyca, llatnli.i1dnrinaiiha,W U lrw, W II tUalr,Nw UHilen Y V M Faabia and fl. A Punoan. Mabvk.ni! imr Iw.TTnnrat iwrai -Tblt old andiular ,1111, bu n.etainaa luoommeaoaraoat with (teat . ami h aurcaaded In I lanUn Itbelf U)iob thabaalatit a rtally ruaperuaa bualnoaa. Tboa Of our clUMu wbti auui to tnaur th.lr prcmarty aaalnat loan by flta by n.rtlillna win, ,), MauMny will b aura la meet with hheral ounaidaraUon, aad thotr luee will. If any, b prompt, adjualad. Maaar. Tallmadaa A Co, ara tb uanaaara, aad their offlee I Mu. TM l Btroal, peer Kevealh FtXTTIOH ir OrrKtua. At a roaular aia-tina of YYhlnB-toaj(lraa,No.l, U. A tl liruld rananily lb folbiwlna" laHoanj war etuUllau lor Uia prant quarter N A , Jlucb llarklnat V A , O klmmeU 11. S., Wra I haward 4 A. ., John I Jacob T JaiaunK 1'Uat IL II U N A Oharfae Unk U 11 H N A Wm I' Ubbv.n.11 B. V. A. Itobart M KbawIm L.1I B V A.U W 81 a nla Urorala ut a rry twvai'erlii raadiUon. Tim Lnoial Kx ikti Laal raoln. tba mambar l (at horal Bovkaly aaaamblad at th raaldaaa of l uJ UaU,M Utsaaoratary aoauaaauraraf UM aileiy and a a.m4e of bourn war tary aarrwaabl j-aat la alagUif thalr huloaat aelactloaa, aHaf whlon tbay ware ruoat bouniauualy an tart ai aad by tbatr boat, who ndat wad 1a erary tuanaar to proroota tb bap plnaMand unl rt lfhiaiuaala. "Th lUuiiTRaiiuii 1-ba raaiaUaUun la tha Blalh ward waa continued raaterday reaulUaf la a total of Ml. of whtrh w vara wbita and 1U colored , mUI oUl (or two dai of 1Ad, J& of wbun art wblM, a. I" fHE GALLANT SIXTH WARD. coplo Tliero Aroused. Threo Meetings There Last Night. ENDORSEMENT OF M.G.EMERY. A5D BtriBiKAi ritivirn.H. IIATTIH IHKfl UP II L T O N , nALTOVrKOrrLRHKAD Rn-OUIr millASI A. COOK An A ItVTTtMl IIIKIMTU1. Tha Btith ward waa la a Maae of airltaraont laat If ht, Ihara aartaf baan at on tlma three maatlnia . TM tint afinara waa tna M rat law of th Pmrn I lnk. Thla artanUaltew baa aararad aa their brad laartart tha bnlkUnt bekmalM la tha llaanaii aaUta, at lha aoraer of IfmUt etrwet and Itonth Carotlna aranaa, whleh thayhar fltiad ap for I hair pnrpoana, and luaaad orar th door a nU painted Iranaparenry baartnthaaaaaaf lhaalub. Tbaatla waa called I ordar hr Mr Ln-Wy Tba aronmHtaa on oraanlialtofi praaao'ad thftrra nort which waa adootad. and aa alaatlon of officer waa entered apoa, raeatUnc aa followai rrraident, R. II liatnoei c praaruewia, tiiiuam il a-aii ana rrana D Ualnaai aacratarlaa, J J Urlaraa and J t luaah rtai traaanrar, Cbarle Belli aarteeataat-anna, Mr Moor aad Mr Kennedy Maaara. II. A ftumna, Wm IV Uowaa, Wm Prieo. V I Oalaaa.andMr Aloorn were emmlnlad dHanlaa tn lha central aaanclaUm. An larlUtton waa oet'pled to altand tha hmery wiaaa ajaatlna; Mr Uaoraw W 11a Una waa tfaan InlmdnoMl and mad a atlrrtna addraea ta favor of Mr Kraary' ataa tkm,at tha alnoaof which a vote of thabka waa Ian dared bio, and tha dab adwraod la attend Th .Mawater 9Irftln at Odd Fvllwwa Ilnll. Thla wa bayond a doubt tha larft ward mretln wbtch haa been held la thli city lot fear. Tha hall waa Utaralty packed with volar, amnrtf thoea preaant balna: raaay of tha mnat prnralnant eltl ana of th ward, whe for year have wot avlnrad any Intaraat la tnatitctpaJ poHUea. flehrradar braaa band waa aniacad for th oecaalon, aad at iBlarval durina tha avawlnc dlaoonraad aweat moaio. Tha Intaraat con Itaaad darlnc tha antlra propaadlnga, amt moeh antbn alaant wa manifaatad About t o'clock aa orranUatlnn waa affected by tha eleetfcia of Donald HcCalhraa chairman, and Jaf Uodana aaerwtary Tba Chairman briafly ataiad tha nhirl of tha maal fn aodlatrwdaeadttanrfaW 1 1 at ton, who am M much appUoaa, (holding In hi hand m copy of tha cor porallon law,) aakl Tha blbla wa naad to iwaar man la offle. and tha hunk ha bald waa tha raonrd of their daadt while la offiaa, aad aometlraa ware ad to aal tVnioat. It had oftan baaa rvmarkM that a raftnuaUoa bath la cbnrca and atat bad anaoaaded, aad la view of thli fact about Ira moBthe t about a dnaaa men wbo bad bwrotofor acted with tha RepwbUeaa party atartad Iba raform morawetn, to wniea may inviteo: au ctuiana, wttiwal roaard to party lie, wba bellavad tba Uw had ha inMnlid tndM lnL Tfy had renlod and oa roti thar wet rarprtaad to find It packed with man wba war not In sympathy with th move ment, Tber waa tha aorporaUon pivot -un. Major Moraa b e0d bfan a 1 1 vol ru beoana be could b turned any way J wtth bit crowd of laborer. Thara waa th ehMf ana Ineor of tb fir department, wtth ail tb rwd-abJrta ha old tret, and a tare ma)nr ity of tba ward aoaamlawoaara with their forca. Tha reaalt of thla mob waa taai wa muaaa waa bad rented tha hall ware kicked awl all eieol on, and that on. thank God, wee now addraaalnc them. Th rich! to rota, wban It waa conterrM on otuoraa man, carrrlad with It all tb rlchta of American eilUena, and be, for owe, rU ( bahava wban a Republiaaa Oanra con ferrad thoea rbjhta on tba aolored ponpla thay did eu with tb uaderetandlna- that It ahoald be ceet for the RapabUean party rbjht or wronc If that waa tba raaa ha waa ready aad wU11b4 to rat am tha powar ona- llarafarradaatbafaatthaiaclaaa nf hunrrr offlr. aoehertbadrUoa to th aarfaoa, and byaapoclaa of fraad aad daeepUna bad palmed tbamaolvaa off on tha colored pant U anoaaadad la aecarini tbatr alac ll.ni and now they ua la n and aak aa lor Uort a Wa Ia ka thaca that. Ut Rowan a rtaht bower, J M Dal ton. who la now fotn roaad abiiakbui that th reform man had 4d awl tw tha DeaaoaraUa party, aaya lu tha aama breath that h I and ae aiwaya aoaw a napaonoan. Aa a proof of ihmthtaAr read from tha Uwa of thooor- onratinn a rinoratian tnirouavwi w nnura of Lnw. aaonarnBadlnJuly.lWT.cananrlna r Dowwa far a BaamaawaenlbfUm to tha Board, an ordered that ll ha eipwogad from tba Journal. Dal Ion than oaoavwti 01 dowwu wna we uaiiar of iii.uw thathaUallar.Ae. and yet bvday ha taud him aa th beet man allr ATI who know htm know thai ha lived la th Rbjbth ward In Baltimore, and waa on of tha woral rwwdlea la thai rowdy element and whan he ot a bad that th people of Baltimore hlkedbimout,hehavd hta whUkan booahtanew pair of apaca, and cama to thla ally, and for fear tha dot4 bar would know faint ha dlafbrured blinaoir runner, ana unm uwi""t u wm an. llr be eavareu uno fwihi ary not wa - u rocked In the cradle of Democracy," lint ha baa chanced hi ton aad now atao. "1 am for tha araaiaat aooa ta to !! unmoor 1 wi ouion it lor aothlni In thla world, but tor Ualton and hta ape. Ha than read tba toUowtof report of a epeoch dr llvered by Dalton befor a DomoctaUo maaUaa: In tha Aaoond ward dartu tha Bt-ymor and Itlalr cam nil an 1 1 1 waa read f rata tba Cmmpotgn - on f A art it f 1 Jfcaa.iaril. a campaia paper puouanaa ner in im, j Ui IWItnM thaa aitdroaaed tha MMtliu. mural. latin fata fUow-ettUae of tha Mtth ward at lb ortani proapect oarora into. uma waa nuarly played out for Wade, fomeroy Thad Mlavena, llarlan, Wllann. RimiMf and other of a Ilka etanin, to cum bar and forca all tba obooiVtu law upon tba oliiinna of thla Dlatrto. Thay had all beau repudiated in their own Statae, and their dortiinea dlaapnmvad and ya lhaylnaiat upon paaatna; all hind and all aorta of oat raaon narra law for tha Ui payer of tba DU trial. Tbaapaahar aatd thai all tha ookwod panpore from MaryUad and vimtnu war erowain into thla rllr The wort bouee, tall, and watch bouaa war now full of thoa colored pauper. Th dally paper were cm Unually reporting- taefta and robborlaa, and other a latkMio of law onrarnlltad by tboa people, whom tha Sumner and tttavoni party had taken under their pro. iwuni wrnu ou vfniw waa m wiuww to u aoao Infroutof onaof thawiup-bouaaa. A parti of nacroaa front an edirnnl" county la MaryUnd did: not Ilka the anun. They pouired It Into th (attar, and than In dolaad In an tndi-uatluu maettnc, not for eltina to na a aufhotant amount of hlaepbamy la the oourae of their remark. Th apoaker oould ana lb hrUht alar of hope ablnlna; tbrouab the dark cluudta'dosputlun andlnHmUoa, Tbahorfaon would baclaaracalB. Vaa, erary apeak of th damnable alalna Id (lie tad on lha eoaaUtuUonal rlabla of th American paopl -lb ABaw-naioo- tha freedom of the A mart can conU aant would b iwaot away by tha mlhty car rent, ttrvad aliin bv tha anltad imwer of an nut rmMA hmi Tha Uma of redemptmn waa near at band Tber waa o mieiaainc tn nanuwnunaow to wui. ine aMptita they warn awn a of luatW and ll, and tbcn,uhT every unfair mean la baffle tba onuraa riabL but tha blow would eurerr fall. Ihao. va trrmnla. itmMibn lha fata thai awalta r.a Tba baud af Divlae ProvMeuoa waa In tba mailer Heaven would not allow tbia a lorlou HcnabUa H h Monoluoo of hla raruarka I UummaaUnar oa It, b aald that altbouih ha than llod thataouloreJ nupra.b now call thwaaaia men ftlow-IUaua, and with hla arm around their Back aay be love thorn and thay don t tUnk a bit. Ai for blasphemy and blackiaardlam, thara waa na bettor Jad of them than Dalton and hla ior- Whan be made tba above apeweu uailoa waa knunf for a clear horlaoB 1 now ha waa looking for a "dark" hnrlaun, and II would b dark ooah before ha found It. 11 Ualton war ar to-nlabt, be would gat up and rear that be never a tiered a word of th ebote. but tner U waa la biacs aad wnita acainat una, and all tht oath b aonld uttor would not acjalt bla of Ihem There were anmamaa la th ally who did not ballot a IhaKmarymaa hadduna rbjhl la wA c1"! Into the convention, but tfaoy war not willing to Lake their cbanoee, ihlaktn- II would ba lutl aa aaay to pluck tha ana from lha aklaa aa la fl a fair vol where tlook waa allowed to ba baard. Aa an UluelraUon of th rharae tor of that eaaUna hypoarlta, ba read tha follow In c tract font a latter rciva oy mm WaaHlNuTtix, May 1, 10 nttvW.lltTTOMA(r 1 by Saturday a tmtmt w that W A. Uouh baa eranmanoad on hu " hallelu wh aUala,' eo therefore 1 mnat 111 you vmtatbln; nnt uuib nuv .hhw u mw wbwu m lun IKV DHI wtfattim Af tha Mlandtwa rhArwtl In tjtt hah, a.. act Inetda of the ueeaury Durtna; a meatlna; matter pviivniim f o coiinju wv,v imrii miwi. aieeara, (Jook. llarkneot. and other took uart. Of oourae tha member lutened to Mr Uarkaaaa, tha founder 01 too cuurca Mr uki uocame very India; a ant and him pad up and aald Hrotliar and alatara, I am a poor nut, but tba diaclplee of oar bleated Isird jwm innn a (era. It la tm la tm I bar not a much mAA aa llarkaeea, but I will bet my a M watoh In aJTainat two liundpad ft Jlara thai I Dniuitr 11 and chain aa food a Christian a ba la. Mr jlarknnae ra marked that thMbawa no aamblar, and that Brother to bel o Urc au amount of money on hla ohriatlanlty " ma tpaaaar reman aa wt na auppoasa Mr Uook dldnothavaUsfAJSor klsiold-hsaded eaaawlthblm or ha would have want th whol lot on hla effort to bat himself Into fodlln. Itofrtin to tha fact of tha leg ally elootod delagatot to tha nominating eonvtnllan harlnf to withdraw, an I thalr beta- attoaiaUaad a bjtar and datartara, ba aald that If tha wvaallad racolar nomlnaa Mr Rowan) waa defeated -and thara wat no doubt bat that ba would ba- the Finery man would ba In duly bound to paaa a rot of thanks to William A Look, for ba had dona mora to scour th defeat and dittraoe of tba party tuna any other man in Waablncton Mr Beall, a Councilman from tha Third ward, had take him to task for speaking In a dlsraapectf ul man Bar of Cook, and aald that be, (Cook, U b wished to, could go down booth and ba aeal to tha Benat. Ha, tha speaker, wanted to know, U ha had to much talent why ba did nut go to Pennsylvania, wbera h baloniej, and to th Hanata from them Aa for himself. If Oook darod to go aVmlh, or aay wbara else, ba would follow blm. If ba had to wak, and laUthaaolntwdDooDlcwItatbawa. Menaayforthaaaka of th black man you most keep Bowen, Cm k and M ire in omc. ii naa neara or a carrraraauim uotwaan Guok and Mora about eutorad votaa, In which Mm Ut ter declared ha could control mora nigger rolae than aay loan la Washington To Ibis Cook replied that by the simple wave of hi hand h could drive tham where ba wished, ana they wouia never slop to aC wbara they war going la peaking of lha Richards man at Iba lata eoovea Hon, Mors had declared thay war all gambler aad rnmaallera. If ha in tends to set hi in self no aa chant plou of morality, ha would first bare to declare, like Dalton, that ha waa bora again Tha Uowen party aay If they ara not suocaaaf ul there will b no mora work for tba laboring man Ha thouafat thai. Instead of harlna two, three, or four ban drwd mn, with pokolrt and reaora, setting la guitars during th day, and ao paying Ihem, thay ahoald only employ aa many aa uiey pouni pay, u it waa uoiy turo or four At for bla candidate, Mr Fjoary. If ba iuk In every meeting tahla favor ha would aay a fstr words about blm aa puaaibta. Ilia Ufa or 1. year la thla city and blamaloas boneel rHitatnn war aufrkjant without any worla if hla. Ha waa not talking for Mr Kmary, but for Rowea C k, Mora and Dalton, ta toach thawt that the totart of Washington could no longer bo lad by a pkb and shovel, but would vote la acoordanc wl Ji thalr own honaal ooarictlona, Tba apaaker wat ap plauded franueutly during hit remark. Mr R M Hall was Ibsn Introduced, and proceeded to gtre a fum, of tba tRatrs of tha Bowen sdmlnlatra Uoaof blabn4ea pledget and prunOana, and of lha fulaum laudation beatoued u hlin byJolm W r a-ny II notiead the fact that notwithstanding all his rauatod powar with Congraas ba had not bean ahl In gal any on measure Ihroi gh at ciiiahlll a ft-t dart ago for parking tha streets Ha than iwferred to ffurta he ig ina-lf I It fweu in bavtoua With eorpocatton work and annul ml d It aalitngawalltotupportMr Kmary aaaurtng Uo mtitai If ha la aleotad tha city will one tuur mum it pn parity, aad tb laboring man racalr aa boustt ttwtrd and bf pld (pt Uiolr labor. Mr Wm. II Varuillllan Intmdtiead lha Aalowlnf reaotutlona, which war nnanlmonaly mKuitad I tti-ttftd. That tha prtnli hat of tha rraat ItopwMI. can party thai I be the platform af lha llavarm Hepub- t. At falthial KfptH t mlhorerda and nppnrtar of lha ajlmlnbtraUntt of Piaairtvat t Irani, t wtnroMrf iiimiiaia Hitwwwm o a 1 Ulb and bit I ablnat In aaUbllahlna atrlct aanaomy 1 Hrfnrm In all aiiArlniinUAl th tlnvaVTinHMlt nv m manolnc at homo, ami rrculnu our rlty frtwu llwi araap or rapaoinut Irinnaorara wimoav Htniw mm vwin lnriabt,bankrnptodltatroaaary and euwa dmoard and dlaaanakm In tba HrvuhHoan rank. KwfrW. TbalUw RatorvuHapablloanaal IhafUalh ward, m arrl majority of whom or werklna raen, r oocnU In IVcaldant Uraat aobamiavaof the aiaht hour law, and a atauniih frlrnd of thiu Inlareata ttntrl. That laMalhawO Knrary waroenfnlaa a laiinral Kepubiican, a inmi at toe tnt-nouv iw, worklnamon and lhaaldlr,aiUirwUan awhwoni Kami A tmrthtr. That W will nan all wtaaaa to aecnr hH aiosUon to lb mayoral ta, In very complwweatary remarka tha charrman Intro, dncad Mr LM llinaaathw flratman wba la thaCIU tiurMit had ralend Ml tote and ant hta face aaalnal th action of ftajlat J Bow. Mr Ilin then ad dramad lha audrauo at amna Unath, arfttlrv: thai ivrwan ban aiwaya bean an ofllaa-noldar, and aa aoen naa aiway no a a Xiaat toot in tha nanda 01 poiiu Plana. AfldW ha haA kua ralubl to 1,1a nnBlllnH h Ihnuaht ha aovtd waa tha Council and bla appoint aa ha had baa uaed, aad fall In- to da that, ha eat about anwln; tne aeada of dlaaord which ha la now prapartnr to raap. la eonclndtnf, Mr Ulna ln"4aoad Mr 1 1 In ton, who Book for a fw moment, after whloh tha maaUnc aajoumadwtin muaina; cnoararo afatnaw 11 nmary Hlxih Unrrt IOabllritw t lab. Aa aooa aa tha Kmery club bad adrourwed, rraaldant tTbarioa (Jham4on amamad tha chair, and called tha Mith WardltormMlnaat'lnhtoordar. baton motion of R, B Hamilton, ihaTJub atmnat ItnmadlaUly ad fmrnoit, lha marabata preeent prooodUi la (ha moab ma at von r uow- nail. BLOWING HIS OWN BUGLE. A Delightful Kxiiosuro. How Bowen Writes Letters Endorsing nimscu, IKS 1IIV0T10' TO ADKLW JOIIYKAl Uraalallaat Eauondaa; Bawra, lrraarrw bj nowra aat la powm on llaadnHllna;, hprrrhra al Ik ItfTorm Hrallac t,at Mihl, Tba roaular maotlruj of Iba Rr publican Itaform Aa nwiatam waa neu utt nuhl at Ualna Lencwallatt, wuu niuiam inioniprwtraanuin uacnar,and II. M Mctkty aacreUry W N Watann waa lha flrrt apaakor, who aald that ba had boon aakad what tha raform propound waa. Ha claimed to be a reel reformar, aad la bla raform ha would Mnn maa hoMlne: two and three nfnnaa. ul wonU rodeo taieeand talartaa of ufBeUIa. Ha thoaahl una ina aiocuou oi Mr r-mery woura aacur llBoral ap proprtaUon from Ooncnwa for city Improvcmenla, aa mi uowwu naa piaycu nimacii out." la that body and BoLhlna- In furtora, In avnl of hla ra-alevUon, coald bo pactad fnua that aoorce. Mr RtUnahart aald that aneochaa vnnwnf hat titil. avail, bat ha felt happy In. announcln that Kmary tock bad riaea W per caul, moo mornlnc Mr J ILLnaroanmadaa trurqaeochla fariiriif air r-maryanq taareiorm atavamaat. Itoaontandad that thara waa no reaaon to auntoaa or aaaart that the Admlnlalralloa will Interfere In our m tut Id pa affair. r M IhUbmok aald th work wa going on favora bly, aad tba aad of tha jnnrnay would ba acennipllahad onthaathof Jaahit,by thJrtbn of MathawU. Kmary Tha enemy, no doubt, would waa thatr beet endeavor to defeat Mr K. by deception and febe prom. lata to tba colored paopla, and th Introduction of fraad utont volar. H enjoined all to watch tha ballot-biii and thai rmiamni-orooiouiaauon iroru vtrwinia ahall occur AahoncalreaiatralintiwUI tlva Mr. Kmary a Iatw majnrtty Hm wa arrtaln that th Oov-rnmmt would not glta Countenance to lha r-leatlon of Bay lee J Bawan, aad from tba aentlmaata of th Dprunnt clerkihewaaeafe In aaaart I na; that Mr Fmarywoutd ITfflTT 0 l Vi IUVII VUUIirt Mr N II Millar waa eailed on. aad BBldhlaau. waa bow hatked oa with totplotm, but whn ba (ot lomnin mi iiiuhih wnr 01 uiw proaaat Campalam It would ba oirn-eeaed In hi aai "Wall dona, tboa Rood and faithful aarvant" It wa not boat for him to toll an ha knew, but It wa no breach of confidence whan fa ateerted that Mr Bowen -would be defeated by an overwhelm In mahirtlv Mr M than read a number of mannacriptawrltan by ftayla J Bowan, when ha waa poatmattcr, all lauda tory of hlruaolf, and which hainowa)h4 imMlah,! U tha Careafra, aa editorial la ni rmi.iul the a there wore la tha fcruat potlUon and rwaoliiUooa limnni uiiw i r ihiwhi iw hmimm anriaa. ik. (lovarnmont. Mr Millar aald It waa by toch mean toai ur iu'wto iwu iuhwi oi id aril upon an lnrd alou peopla, and hat in mad hla record by each means, b will aonllnua to d to. If he tie r-elttd. Ha alluded to tba position of tba Qntun m,... 1. thU contaat, aatcrtina that Uia tbuutandaof Ibatalaaa will vote solidly ajttlntt him to Jan aa a rooofrnRlon of hktraln.antand lalae prumlaoo to lha (tornianatwo yaanaam. UowrmauuldhaTaneiwrhellthvofflcaofclty pnatmaaler were ha not an Andrew Juhnaon man, and after ha waa Hooted Mayor such waa hla (read for omc thai h wrote tottcra to nonatort and had h.11. tlontprwparad aaklna hla nta-tthm aa postmaster while t, ailKn aa Mamr If Howan'a record waa tUoronahly known no man auuld look at him not area a d would bark at ki and In oouvluslon h enjoined all to work and watch that Mr Cowan may not ba aaddlod on tha people for two mora year liy fraud. At tha larmlnallon of Mr MuW remarks, tkrtw cneer war pmpnaoa tor aiainewti Kmary, wkwb war given with a wUL Ainoria tha duenmaata road by Mr IIUlarwr tba iiiuuwiu, ail or wuicn ara in far uowen own hand wrilin It ranbarraddyaoan how ha Indoraad him self Ity rettar, by reaolalloua. Ma. JL"SS'SElKTr' " u- H . fn III' rrrttrmrw it fm.t,mt Mtn WshtialiMrd wtth rfaan mI ik.i . .1 boon pnutamplated In Iba Ibiard of Metropolitan rVlie fur this DbtrUt, and that B. J Bowen la about to b suparcaded. Mr M haa bou ona of tha nuiat iriluniluM raerahor of the It uvrd. and ba bean lha chief Inttru raenl tn eSecUna moral and other raform lu the imiioa force and to tao.l-rtng th- polW irratom hr efboiant. His romoral at thla Uma fmn Uia It-un4 .u - eider a public iuaa, and therefora boti and irualthal ha mar Va retained At an uprtabt, boneat and In I a 111 awn niutn, na naa wo npTtor u inia UlSUKtl Indeed ha la Jnsl tha man for tha situation. n nan tn non"T to dw, vary raapacuuliy, your oti dlent servant. At a mooting of tha flerman Rapubllcan of lha Dlsirlitof Columbia, bald In Um cliy nf Waahlnaion on tha day of November Instant, ll waa unani mously KMfrr, That Hon Sarin fl, llowen. of aald ally of InUiaeaoaaaf freedom and the Union, end his Intel licence, political sagaclt, and Intogrii, hi amluanUy em tiled to ha erleciad to rrprosent tnl (lisuict uu the National Hmiuhtioan Kiarullva (amiultiai. j il.i thla aaanrtaUon, knowing him to ba aa emlnenl fnend Ot Ih l.artnan nlnmanL Mramllr fimnnan,! hi. .n ointmBt to that (HiaiUon aa tba hrat and only bac of th llormtn ltouUican of aald In strict. nrm "., iu eupr ot ioie reaiauuon, auaatatl ly .a ' ' Kh.l !, -. ,.,- f... , . Iranaiultladtohla etrallancy IKtvarnnr V ard,of New Jaraey, chairman nf aaidcouiiulltoa, fur tha action of loignaa 1 , rraatdant. - , rtoerwtary WtaaniuToa I ITT, D t) , rfovamher . lMT Htinat II la Iba dot of all antid Itannhllaana Ia ! tnaatbar In barmony to tnat tars ralaUng to tha prwaant ptJiiical aampalga In thla city , and Wnoreaaall attempt to diam-ganliath RapaMloan Krty, or brine discredit on any of it mombem, should rpudiatMand iublicly rebuked therefor Kaaurrnl, 1 bat WO consider the attack on our es teemed and raapartod feUow-rit liens, Hon Kejlee J llowen, city poalinastar, and linn. J D. Itofraaa, aaiar Inlamlaol nf iuliha nrinun. at a maaiiu in ilia A. anth ward on Wednesday even In laat, aa not only un- I imnoHite bat aa eminently uujuat and alan md (hat w cannot but regard it authors tad i a anemias and splee In th lUpuUJcan ahlHiibir a anemias and splee In th Republican Uuirttt. Tliat In Mr Iti.Bnit Ilia ran. af Iilirrly. humanity, and cquallt In thla iHatrtct haa had a V In thla IMalrtft haa iA . A- voted, acUva, and (ear fees advnrata and friend lor mta-e I ban twenty aara,and that to him am our colored oretnran iiccuiiarly Indabtad lor the powerful aid aad Inllunacelu eflactlna the grant roau.it which baa se cured to lues tba advent of frvw schools and tai artial rota, aa wall aa Uia other inestimable privileges Ih-y noweuloyi that lu Mr lmfraea wa bate had a staunch and constant friend of our cause aver since he ramo among na, and thai ha Is an tit lad to uuroouh d ano. rasper t, and favor Mr Lewi Ulephane followed la a few well timed re marks la advocacy of th claim of Matthew O Kmary fur tha mayorallty, which warn received with hearty ap plause 11 aald ba knew Major A tl Richards too loll rnalely to believe that ha will allow hla bam to l uaod much longer In connection with th mayorallty, and that ha will resign, knowing that It la uapoaalble for hit election with three candid tea In tha Aald Um paid a high tribute to Mr Kaery Mr Jihn 11 Crane addressed tba meeting briefly saying that It la Hi duty of every man to speak oat Uil 11 whan th eorvuratioQ la being put la a dally debt of oAX for cleaning grass from gutters, Mr K. W Fanwlck followed, predicting aucceae for Mr Kmary, and aakad every ona, whether Conarrv tlva. Democrat or Republican to go to th poll, aud hurl from power Rowan, Mora 1 Co. Richard While, from lha Bavanth ward, aald that li waa a friend of Major Richard i but ba beard that ha had declined, end if auch waa the fart, ba iromlsod lha Heventh ward to Mr Finery by IJOO majority I Tremendous choerlng 1 Mr Murdoik of lha Kavealh ward, neit n llrtnil th moating, af tar whloh tb aaaoolalion adiurnad TaanargB or Rut. FtTt ti Mraara. Kllboura 4 111, real as Uta bmksrt, have aold for J M. Latta, lot F, In uam SIT, fmnUng 33 feet on Thirteenth street, between h aid MasaachuaaUt araaua, with a depth of 1H feat, at t Wper iura foot, amounting tog I Gam Measr. W U WaU A Co., auctioneer, hat wdd lot V In WhitasuWlvtslouoflota ..T.a.a.lO.ll.U II, aud If, In nruara tU, frunUng 1 feat nnUatraal north, batwaan Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets west, 1m proved by a ibree-Mory brick daalllng house, to Fugan Kwany, for wtXh. Mavara Cunter A Latimer, auoU.meart,uldyator day af tomooa lot la, In Uot't aubdlrUlori of tare 17s, toW It. Dalley for SlcaaUaraiaarafoul alan part of lot 9, Inniuar In, and ituprovomeits, to J R, W Mankla for 41,03), alto, ltt,inar8l, for 4 rente per sitir foot, l)ix HU- Thla artarmion lha Olympic will play th return gam with tha Maryland club of Baltimore, for tha ehamptoneufp of lha Mouth. Th grounds of fba OLrmplca. corner tilt teen th aad Ii at real, have been vary finely fitted ap, and If th waathar provea fair a large crowd wiu doubuosa b la auondana Meaaka. Ja b Topham A Ou, Na, tU Heventh slreal, on duor (rum Odd Fallow' Hall, call altouttun lo their stock of Una and medium wJ leather trunk and other essential traveling article , for ladlet and genUemcu William Bl4JTTKk No. 403 Bavanth street, In lIllgflnor building. It tba agnt for tba District for 11 nvcr1 carlnwilsod pHra, and h toll of It merit In our adtcrtlalng column. ( tt 1H u rt Yierday morulng in Um aee of A Hrta.F L. Kuhmldt, (acharg of liba),) JuatJea D A HmlUi dlatulsaod the cause, deciding that da fendant wa aua auwij-as mtntiK A ULAiK and WHIT SHAWL haa bean UL The Under will lie rewarded by leaving it with Moaare Burk weather A rlowmaa, eomor of Ninth and D treeU. SnArrilLiiliaa Just raceHvad flue lot ul luatiluua itrawbwrrlaa. whleh ba aarra ap dally at biavouFcc tlouery, No. IJU T n nay I ranla araaua Iirrtia nv rat ut. haaad udou hm a A I Iran suctions will b purcbaaed to Iba nnwuat of 1U by Mesen. Wallack M Wailaci riiui street. A mutiu of tha lourtJiWard 1U nbllcan Hub wiu b bold thla trtnlaf, cornir t Ugtwu, tod D ttroett o i it r i n 1. 1 c c a o o i, h .111-rrriMI lir THMTKfHTKIM. (hnrtw Aialnal Hntrltrndrt lllchnrri Art ArrlHionloaaPrbntr Th hoard of Trustor nf th KbU rWhoaUhelda ragnlar ateaUng at thalr room on Fifth atraat last vwnlu. Mr. J. 5. Brawn waa Chaoan prrjuldtnl jw A HWilaaaLiaiLd .. jl.4 tana af Wn (1 tanUlnaar, complaining at lha traalmant of bit ami by krmaharpwplllnthapubll achooL Hfrrad to sab board. ABpIkwuoMfagpoelUoaa aa taaoh-rswararwcalved from Mr. K. b. Attan, MlaaL. B Hall and MraaMaggl Itoant wblaw war rafarrvd to th tVimiaJU on Mr McLellaa-fram thaanalal anMniliiaetolnvasU' gala the eherge preferred by W tt lUntting-r against JkM McKacatoaaharrn thapabn echonte, aiada a rwnnrt,tatlBgibalwMlatha eommltte did not la dor Ui eourae pursued by lha teacher It thought aa further action, by tha board atotsntry. Tbraprtwa alopiad. Mr Vhaaitaon offered Iba fntlowiag, aad nvrrad thalr adnplhwi Wharaaa lha art under whlon Ut aahllc athonls era al nraaant oraantiail place thm under tba etclnslve control of th trattooa, aad raqnlraa aald IrueteM "to make wbatovar iiiinnilniu Im lau ! ihn ma rnnoa proper for lha batta acorimpUahment of tha twtt-cuofthlatct," tact approved Nuvaalxrll. I a. It nnd wharvuu tha art raaUn tha offtoa of ntrtntand which tha auparlntandaal baa o wra lore In daftanr laatodlu dopendenee of Uia Hoard by Imporwng set of school roqutaltoe contrived by other pJrUa for lhiiuhliar! nonis of I hat cits, and without area adapt Uia school of Waahlagton, ibough ha had to do, a promlan with which ha compiled n aruiBpknsnaary on th rllapa,'lra- the auparrlatoa af K. Hieharda, ttaperin ublia rlcboota. Waahirwton, DUrWln in tnem to L pnuuland en to do, a PromUowlUi which ha compiled onlybyplaotn annapVewon-tyon th title pa, ''rre- ami nnuor ina auparnaton of K. tuenaraa. rtepet iandantaf Publia rieboola. Waahirwton, IXUrW tha board, souud chart preanrad by blmaalf. th profit from th aala of which aoerna to hlmalf( tha aald obarUbaing In oonHlrtwlto toe authorised la it books i inpiwmi inio tnti wnnma, by prat-lpiuung collision of Minority by bwum to mcorn a nnitH awnuaj iawiiuauow any provto. Itona which had bean ananimourty rajactod hy tha i.m v.wv m mnia, HiHitM'ia o pointml for that purposaynotvriUMlandlagtbo art do nning in untie at bla orhc declares thai tha dulf al tha trnalaaai tn aims tha Um ner of acbm4 etamtnaUna and pnHooUnn " hy declar ing that II la-bra latonUoa, la utta nUsragard of law to make Uia promotion, and to no an uma th haal of marks given hy hlma-lf for rallng alona, or for roailiDg and anolltn wl aahmla In whlob, I addition to thnaa bran-nee, arllhmetie (both mental and wrtttonl aad geography am Uaahl,and to (llaragard all tha marks atvon by tha toacher during the whole year fur all tha studies, tha making In fu ture of a scholar depend npon htaopinloa found fmra 1 1 sim tin to a taadtng af ahoutonamlaut,rrtralaaa of lha iMtiont aiamlaaUoa In all tha studies enndactod uy tnetascner, wiut to aaaiaianc or tnatruaiaee oar ing ten months by peraistoatly aaglecUag lo comply wiihiaaiaalaatmoUonaof tho board in furnish ne eoaaarr blanbt and forma forth naa of lha echonUi ben viwUng th arhoola ha haa t ntolklag rather than aiamlnlng i a takllur ta laaeh tha arinnit nf lallaM stwliln commoB word heicttd thd"rUion of the pumui inatnu writtaa coapnstiioasararuu or i iwipeoii im la rhetoria and arnlat, that Intray lb moat Inascnaabl Ignoranc of tba mine m to oonunnw ruiea ot rwfusalof this board to sub- thalaognagai thai every refusal of this board to mlt to hla dictotlon haa bean foUnwod by petulant ear of It vaembor and threat of tbatr removal t I hla Irraaribtlity manifaatad la tha meet I naa of i this imam ana ra tnn loactiar, DM im of conldl lion, hhiuBwHllnnoas to racelra and act tm aiig Uima, and bis Intense erotism, aa wall aa bU lark of candor, hare destroyed hla naaf ulnaaa aad hi In flu- f.aaafaaf iAraW-, That Ihl Board hereby derlarw thatnuparlntondantF Htcbardt baaadfnlalttereddur- In Uia t aat vaaaUiahlah aiut hntmunl Mallai f hu ofhea, wHhout benefit to th public schools it UU ally t withnai erndil to himself, and without tba approval of thla Board h mat. That aoriaa or the foregoing praamhl and nwolutlnna b furalabed hy thecrtary tolba Mayor, Hoard of Alderman and Board of Common Councils. Mr f lark rnovad lblr rfrB to th commltto Mr Richards said ha waa not a fully Prune red to meal tha charges now aa ha dtrd. but h hallehgad investigation 11 inoaghl that b aonld show that hla action had bean misinterpreted wherever Remounted to a censure In thla th moat aatonlahlag and anao countable paper ba had ever heard read. Ha mnat aay, however, that ba waa wot surprised front what ha had baard at their latradaauon. Ha h n.id th revolution would ha referred to lha covnrnlt tae unices th Board desired to refer lb eabjact to lha Mayor If they were now adopted II would glv hlaa no opportunity to vindicate himself front Ihl anrUfatooua, unimuuuiMatoraantof btaaonduet. A coloring had boon put upon tba facto whloh tbay would wot bear, end a construction put upon hi langnag which was unjust I Aatd Mr Charai lln eald ha aui iniaoJ arm ahirmaaa within the knowlodgu of every member of tha board wlm bad attended thalr eoaaioria or had vlaiial ika achiada. Mr McLellaa aald tha ahara-a whiak ha-t ka. made warn matter of common notortoty Tha sUta monta eontalnad la these Bbargaa wwr aping about front month to month all over tha city Mr A K uruwnu aatd ba did not know that al Uta chary war true, but amna of them fa know to ba sn i but ha Ihoughl tha aubject had better go to a special eorniulLtoo, that tha anpartntoadant ratgkl have an opportunity to ba beard. Ha therefor moved to refer to a suecuu nawraistaa at tnr. Mr Woodarddld not a Iba necessity of infer ence. Many of th things, ha waa eorry to aay, ha knew to b true. The saiiaria Undent had slnml un la thalr tnaa(Jnw and dauled lha ilatoac of lha anramltto oa toachare' Instilvla, notwtthatondlnf ha bad published a notice in which b referred to lb II bad threatened to turn out toaiurr unices the did aa ha auggaeied. Ha had told thorn that unices thay voted to do carta! a thin Ih-y would loae their situatwwia. Mr Richard, "I never bar aald anything of tba kind Mr Woodward "iou bare arid o," Mr Woodward continued, charain that Mr RhJi. arda had called a meeting of tha leather on Saturday last la a runm whar ba had no authority ta yo. And thai h raialnod eharg of paper haoaesarry to lha com mi tie on annual report eo thai tbay -ild not have access to Ihem, aad thai h had made rntaatato monta to tha Board. Mr Richards, (warmly,) Mr Chairman "I dont In, tend to aland thla uharga of falehood much vongar Mr Woodward, (eaoltodly ) "I aonld aay aoma thing. If pushed to It, thai would make hint tingle." air (uouara. ruan away Wr Woodward appealed to arary mem bar ef the board If thay had not heard him get ap and aay that ha waa not responsible to lb board, that ba waa nunolntod by the aama power thai appointed tham. Ha doubled If tbay could o to a toacher who would not tail tham what ha had bean ytng about the member of that board trying to thwart htm la bla efforta. Tha chairman said that ha hoped that whatever runt tb debate look lb gnlUuti would, Bot Indulge la I wr ma I Ilea. MclUa than lot k up Uia char rrfnifM. and ooruBioated an each to show taunt wall founded II wa frequently la terra plod by Mr Richards, and lha debet, which wa of a oolofmlal character, waa car ried an with a good deal of altarpnavt between the two gaUma, aa lha chargee warn gtmoovar paragraph uy paragraptt. la supni rt of lb charge oi hi una of ld granwaar, r MeLalUa road front a ape oh inade br Mr Richard al tba Wallaca aaboul-bouae Uat fall, la which there wa rUlaly not the most admirable a- wenon of word. Tha reading of lha paper created emaideraU marrl merit round th board. Richards aald th report read waa taken fas lis Clephane, and waa a report of eurne aitampuranoau remark whlih ha had made aud had only lima to look over It waa printed almost verbaUm aa he spoke tt. But It oould u aa It waa. It ahowad lha animus of ilia aharga Mr Mclaillan. Tharall laagaln. Mr Cbainuan. "lha aniuiuaof ibechargo," Cannot th board discus U affair w I thou I auob lavlnuallona and assarUont Mr Richard said ha wa aa well lueUfled In maklnw th remark a Mr McIaIIan In speaking of M the twad die af tha uparUatondant,' Mr McLellaa denied having used lha etprvnalon. Mr Richard aald ba had uaed It la hi cluetnc re marks. M McUeUaa, (taming to lit board ) HDvd an can- tlemaa hear ma aay ity1 Mr Woodward. "1 did not near blm aay IL" Mr Richard. Tba gentleman aartainly aald If Mr McLetlan. (taralag to the reporter. ) Did aar aeuuemaa hear ma aay ItT Tham being no aJBnuallr raapouae, Mr McLellaa aald, The I do not think I aald It Mr-ChampUa aald ba bad bo reeling aaalnst Mr Richard personally, but la thalr relative capacity af trustee and euperintondent bo had, aad b had felt It bla duly to aty thai ba believed Die schools wr being damagad by tha aperta rodent, and ba proceeded to show tha way In which ha considered It wa don. Mr J L, Brown aald tha paper had been latroduoad without any knowledge on bla part. II beRevad the char- ware In th mala true, but ba thought It load vlaaUe to Introduce tham al thla point la tbeeohoe! year Mr Richard bad attempted to Intimidate hiia, and had told him that tha length of hla chain waa abort. Ut Richard bad Interfered with hi (Hr, B ') prerogative. Mr lucnarat aakrd Rnwr Mr Urowa aald ba bad attempted to iireiadto tha Janitor and teacher eg "net him till hi ttoriot aama ui niut an arjry prsns, Tb motion of Mr Browse to aaud it to a peuial coram lite waa than agreed to. Yeaa- Measr. A K Browne, J n. Brow a, Clarke. Inore, Vaabon, and Wllann a Nara-Maaara. Champ bn, Mol'IclUn, aad Wood ward A Tba Chair Btipolnledaa each cauuulUU Measr. A. K Brown, Cbamplln, and Moore. Mr Moor moved that when Uia board edjnarallbe i meet on Friday, thtkdh Instant, to hear tba report of lha commltto Agreed to. of Mr McLeOaa It watorderad that thara ba no schools on Monday, uth btstant, Mr McLellan then offered tha following M-aVrf, That all raeorda, report and other book nd paper, belonging to thl Hoard, atcept sueb a ar adar lha Immediate control of Uia treasurer, ba kept t tit rooms of the Board, and that all persona wba ow have any of said books and paper ahall depoai be aama liar dnrin the current week Ordered, thai wo booh or paper ooutarnia any of he alatiaUas nf tha I" J ahall ha remaned from Uias room wlthnut consent la wrltUg of th Commit- eon nnnuai iiapona, Thl gam rise to another Mrlmonloua dabata, Mr, Richard claiming thai ha required tha pDrs at hi orflaa la order to perform hla dutlee,and Mr, McLal. Ian, chairman of tha Commute on Aauual KaporUda. Irlng tha papara to facilitate bla work Mr Richards aald b would Ilka to hat th aye aad noat upon thla ordar, but no member f olnnteered ta call fur tham, and th rcaolution waa adopted, Mr Vaahnn only voting no, Mr A K urowna on area to louowing H'ttfl, That ba tb opinion of thl board It to Inei- lacall Uon of Ihl board. Mr Hlcharda aaatnad lo oonaldar thla aa another blow aimed at him, and howd aoma feeling A few sharp word peased between himself and Measr Wood ward and MeLellaa, after which th raaulatloa wt adoptod and uVboard adjourned Meaana. A & Purr A Vo. No. 1 r M tt A. bulldlog, ar aeanta for totaa of th nuet MbatoBlial loiurtno oumpanlaa In tb couatry, Thay Insure against Or In th prompt paying and launch aompa nloa of Fhoanli of HsrUord, th Vonkara, Home aad Fireman 'a ef New York la LU lueurano they take risk U lha ubetaaUal KicaUnor of Nw Turk, gad inaay who hat availed Ihetnaalra of It benanta have ba able to secure a legacy to loved one wbo athr wl would bar bn left to tha aold cbariUa of th Ma. F K. Norn, barkeeper a AU Kawhal' rea- taurant, on net aatb MraaU oppawto th relent OfBoa, la a not dated yaaterday, dsuia thai ha participated la Iba meeUog bald at lha raataarant a fw day ago, aa staled by k oorraapondnf d( tag JUlTSUCiJI torday 'mim Harrath Wnrtt Irish nowrtitira. Thl club mat Uat night at Dtnr. 1111, corner Font and a-hal( i treat and MaryUnd avat tha praal. deal, Thr-Msa iiatriamn. M U oh air, and ftobart Dme secretary (, RJcbard Oatomaa offerwd a raanlulton andoralag tha anvulnaltoa of Ma, Bow) for Mayor Adopted. Tba following worn appntntod a committee to attend therueietreUom Richard Coleman, Michael Magntra, Jamaa Dmma, Robert Barn. Bartholomew Marphy, Joha lloghaa, Mlahaat Flaming, M auric M anion, llogh Braanahan and John Newman. Tha pTidaeal eongratoUtod tha elab on having pre d thatr ptwfava-o tor Mayor Bowen. Ha liked conaleteaay, bad whea thay bed taken a stood b waa gtad to ace them hold li. If any ether man had boaa woaalnatod by lha oavrnUon, whathar Richard, Oook, "t any ether taan, that nrab would hava aupportad him JI anegeatod lha ehth abonU Btaat In tha hall and at tend the tnUnoation meeting at lha Uly Hall on FH day bight hta body Adjourned. fram its Mltlli Word. Th fofLraia LstAar uu ImviMal tn Makw A O lUcharda yaii-rday i . . TTABniwo-rira, D tt. May Id, im A C MMinraV rntrwrarmaVM nf fillet tlaaURtai Ilia ullwlial ka aaaln4tnf lha dal agate which warn elected frora the Hltth ward to rap. ini www intanaa wn 1 Mayor to state to yon th port yon agalnal oaylea hut nf that anwvanibwi lira Chang of the prograniiws, the data tea were in formed before entering Trades Union ball that Uiey waretogtr you onrn pit man tary rota, and that you warn to decline, and were afterward Informed that yonr letter to that effect waa present, but one af your friend. It t said, poeketed the Uttor, thereby nwiilng tha wool over the area nf tha man who warn favnrahty dlepnaed toward ye Wa da not propo to war row In ihl unonnal contest, aa won of your friend dt, f w It Is a wall knowa fsal thai the Biilh ward U almost unanlmnoa In It choloa for Matfasw (I Kmery Vary rrwpaulfully, W K, VraMiixio, On behalf of antaJority of IheNilh ward Dolegatea to tha NomlnaUng HUon van lion. rTfih Hard l(r feint ltrpuMkaa (lab. Th Hflh Ward Reform Republican Club held meeting Uat craning al BMfar. llalL na f 'apttol Hill, At a vary early hour th hall wa perfectly packed, a Urge number of tba fr-nt being member of other orgaaltaUons, wh aama tham avid an Uy for tb pa" pose of endeavoring to create a dktturbanc. Tha meeUng waa aJ1-d to order by Job (TMaar, tb prtdntef th lub,Mr Bhaaban being al hla post aa secretary. It wa latoaded that tba ward nomination thou Id b made, but It waa aooa perceived thai It would b Impossible to transact any basin, and la th midst of much eonfuaLm a do en motion warn mad to adjourn. Before action wa taken upon any of them a committee was appointed to secure a larger and mora anllabla hall la which to bold thalr tweeting! arte which tba meeUog adjourned to meet at lha call af tha president, Mrrrnlh U nrrl Urpubllrnn, The rtovwnlh ward Reouhltcan club met last Bight al Island Hall William J Walker called lha ma-ting to crder, and atotod that oa ecaoual of Um ebaencaof th prld'nt,Mr llosweII,whiwa unavoidably detained, ha would ant artel a a motion I adjmra Thomas ThcMapwM rnovad to adjourn to meal at lha call of tha vmldeaa of the clahi earrledi-vsd th mealing ad journed. With tbrag Bn far. Major Rlrtiarda, and three groan for Mayor Uenetv Commltlrr 3frntlneT On Monday night meeting; af th Committee of lha lloya la Blue, to take Into eotdraitoa lha reorganise. Umt of the Republican party in thl Dtttrlot, waa held at lb efltoe af 04.0 D Barrett, en ruwr-and ahtir treat Itwaaordered thai Oan. A Oran aommaad Ing general, inwpar a roporlaf thatwrnaalttaaaubthlt led at lb meeUog on Fridsy alght, with proper addi tion i after which tha committee adjourned, subject lo theeell of O D Barrett, pretkUntof the a sating, AonnntRTand llnnor toraidolagl nral alas busl aasa, I offered for aala al No. ISO owveath atrweL Hot on Bummer. Ocnt'i Furnbthlng OmaJg for tlio million, and rhftiwr than ever, tLil Uutlcrahlrti fioJ Drmwcr, 4 Bd, CO nnd 73 cent. White ShlrU, 75 atitt B5 rent, 1 and 11.29. A j'tcndld article, aU-llnan boom. war ranted, 43 tod 3Q0. Handkerchief, alrntd hemmed, 15 renin. Good ffochj, thre) pair tar 35 coat. Excellent Paper Collar, clotlt-llnod Irutton- hole, 15 cenu per box. The wet rarer Cuna, 5 conla per pair, or SO rents per box. The Jjch raier Uuitb, a rcnu per pair, tir W ccnta per dozen; and all other ftuodt) at f-iuallj low prlera. Call and convince yuuraenc. 1RAHC A. (lot DMAN, Nu. 409 8ctnit)ialrucs,ljrtwerii li and F-, and Marble Halt, Nu. 007 Sotcnlli rtmt. opitlto latent Onicc, lUDiCai,RiroitMTtjeordtmMleu(rhaiiia ltiK gn.y hair to a color more or lea natural 1 eternally abtdlahod. riialon'a 1talla, or SahaUon nif (lie Hair, imparU to the bleached fibre the very ilinda that baa bocn Ucathod out oi tiicoi by tluw or akkucaa, and la clear, and baa no acdlmenL Sold by all drns-U aud fancy gooda dealer. The LAKaESTANDnaaTsaLKCTioa of Kcik Tic, Bow and Scarf for the aunuuer acajou, J tut received at Franc A Goldman's Popular Genu Furnishing Goods Store, No. 400 Sev enth etrcct, bttnccn Hand K, and MarbU Hall, No. C07 Sctiuth ctrcct, oppnallt) Talent Offlc. SrEcrt'a "tTArirtajuiWiHaBiTTEB,"The undeniable fact that theao titter are rout pored In the main of Spocr'a pure w Ino anal- jtcd. and, rccotniucadod to Invalldit and the medical profuMlob. bf the bent rhemlU In the Uultwl Bute, caunut fall lu lnalrlntf con fidence lu the jmbllu In the ue of the ' Wine Hitter. For nale by drujrgbu, lMDVCEMEMTrO BlTT A GOOD tjEnlrfO Ma- cuinb. UDcux A. Gltba' Bvflag MaUilao, the moat flinjib and beat rtmelructod Kwlng machine, will hereafter be void on liberal term. Inqnlra at the agency, BanaiVcoiaxt and hooklrt factory, 404 Bcrrnth trrcl, bo- IviccuDandE. B SritciAi. Pawvojtoaca'a NoncBPatnaia will plcaae take notice that my btmtnc-a la car rlud ou as uaual on socoud floor, notn ltli-tand-Inj; the alturatlon now going on. M. II. Prince, 1000 Pennsylvania avenue. J. IL. Smitm takca plcaauro lu lnfuruvlnic M friend and customer generally that he has returned to his old store aud will he pleased to aeo all hla old customers at 0k Hall Monhanl Tallorlnr and Uothlrur, Honsc, Bccuth street, nppueltr Poet UHlcu. TBI YVAilHVOTON ClTT SATINUa BANK, comer Seventh street and Loulatana avenue. I vycn from fl 30 lo 7 30 ccry Saturday cm nlojt, In addition to lu regular banking hour. It pays lntfrrent prtdcpoalbC 8 Bur touuStbaw HATa-WuitaHiiiHTiLtfii. deb CLOTUlNfl and Thuwm at Lewi', V80 Hctcuth street, between I andK. V.TQ (rOXCn STRAW lUTA. fXuni 13 CtS. lTt. Try our Linen Bosom Shirt, at 91 60, 100 Tkuhk In store and now ones comlmr lu every week. mo riNEST uoods at the lowest pbiceb, (lire Lewis a call and see for yuumh e. Gentlemen's Wauuko Coats. Haudeoine style, 13 to f23. Very good style, 10 to fit. r xcuicui uiBia. nuu uiue, f 19. Vests to matelt. One prlco only, Geo. C HiKMho, No. 410 7th street N W. Pimtles on tub Falb. For coincdonLA llatk wonu. or grtitn, plinplviniptlonsand I'lotchcd dUojnirauouA mi the face, uo Perry's Cuincdone and Phnplo Itmuidy. Sold by all druggists, ap4-MAT3iu To rcuioe moth uatchoa, frocklea and tan from the face, uao Perry's Moth and I reckle Lotion, The only reliable and haniikai remedy Ircnarcd by Dr. B. C Perry, 49 Ltond ylrooL New York. Sold by all dnii gtotg. apl4MATam 1293 1223 PAPER HANGINGS Of arary variety el greatly reducod pric, fram 1J CaaU per plaoa ap Tb bp aad pa aawi4an la th city, at I V. I r-A1fKH. tnyd-tw 1 ia I rennsytvanU avan M:ouJKUH.M:it, PAPEBHANUER AND UFHOUTKKKR, Iiaportar and Dealer la TOKNCII AND AMKIU0AN PAritEUANaiKOS and UPHOLSTER T GOODS, 494Mhllialrrr4rrr,br1.Il tuad KMrtrt. WitMlBOTO, D C W. II. IIAltltOYElt, lllll "f" noowi hobtm or tllil MICE'S SLTEBIOK BEFS1GEB1T0BS. With OalvtBltediiun Onrrugatod lo Chamber, all Kiki fri a am, wi ui oaarooet) la toe peas hu moat piwunai Irigarator la th market. Ureal pains ha bra oonueot that jaakaga It Unposslua. LaU and aiamlna. AL-O. Va4rr-4 wlern, Ic Tttm Prrrarra, JUST ItnOICiTfTD. aptl if ARCHITECTS, u t BtrHt, eppotlti Post Offlts Dpirtraf Ant MTUK tii-fTnurr of rof.OinMi IT-PrHl brinpt. rt:.Am- far Ihf n rensi fNatlvnai fidarnlloa. (oomgtntn.1 AN ART COM w-faSIO. APPOINTED AD BETTER TIIIItQa EXPECTED. Mr, Humphrey Marahall suhmttted tli coin lulttoo' rciiorl to Gonsreaa on Uw 3d of Manli. 1BS0, (sec Kx Doe. No, 43, Sftth Coiiurt-, ll aoMlun,)artdUwaaonlered toIxjprlntaL It was again brought tip In tha lltnwo, aad ao- ilon taken on 1l KtWoiutluna were Introduced nooia, laStl, atidMareUS, lSfiO,ntUorltlng the Prealdcnt of the Unltud SUtrai to antiolni an art eommlsalon, oou)jocd ut three, ui tho leading artists of the country, to examine and report on a system of dcoorathur; and (inbcl- nailing our puuiie uuiiuing ana ground o a best to secure a haraionloiM result, Ac. Ac Tba Prrnldctit annnlnUxl Ilcnrr K. llruwn. Jamc R. LamMcn and John r, Kcn-tlt a iretitlcmcn well aitltcd to renrosent the art In terests of the country, and by their Investiga tions giro general eatWacllon to tba country. Mr. Kcnartt ranked high as a landscapo palntcn Mr. Brown had given tis eomiihlng really gtanl In acutiituro, aud Mr, Lamltden had attained a rrvpcctable jnwUlon In hi pro fcaalon. It would hat 0 been exceedingly (UiU cult to hate aelcctod men who would hare been more acrcmablo to U10 ttnilesslon. wlwrne otiltilona would bate hftd greater weight Willi men of tnste all over tho coisttry. Theae gentlemen acccptml the trust ctmfldod to themi awcNiblnl la Washington, and taithe IMh of June, leVJO, procecdctTlo their lalxir. hat at tint seemed to them a mailer nf nnav solution. Increased In magnitude anddlOlcult) asthrypnigreaaed. They found thiamin charge f the Capitol Inclined to regard tho action of the tomruWlon as an Interference with their right, Itmuitbocoiifesacd,RlM),tIattliocoin- mimon un rmi seem 10 nae occn niuai to tue task before tliem, or capable of grasping all It dlrncult Points, TopaintaPoodUnd-iaDfl. or f xernto a good statue, wa one thing; to devle a comprehenslro and acceptable plan for the decoration of a great public building was quite anntlier. The result of this commission, which spent thirteen month In Washington examining wuat nnu iurn uona ana acuocrmung overs plan of Its own. at itrosttotlieGovcmmcnt nf 10,000, or more, wm a brief and Tcry un- nausianory reiKirtoi anout sctcn ancument Ksges. IndcoL tho commlsn'loner seem to ato confined ihrmstlrrfl to condemn lng.Land very properly, what ha! tcn done, aud di recting their deliberation to questions of mlnorlmportance. Wcftrritoldi "The erection of a groat na tional cnpltot acldom oceurs but onro In the life of n nation. Tho opportunity auch an event a (Turd la an important one for the ex prowlon of patriotic demotion, and tho pcrct uatlon, thrtMigh the arts of painting and acnlp turf, of that which Is high and noble and held In reverence by the people and It becomes them a patriots to ace to It that no taint of iniaiiy n uneroa 10 do iransmiuca 10 tno m lare npon the escutcheon of our national honor in lu artUUo record." All of which simply means that nath 0 artist are tho most firoper pcr-rms to decorate a great national miming like our Capitol, and that foreigner cannot bo railed In except at the rink of Mini fying our history and our character. Wo may run state tho point cxrtctly as the commission era lutondod it, but that I what they mean. The style of decoration begun had becu nearly carried to completion at that tlmei and with o grat 0 an error already committed, tho diffi culty of finding a rcmodjr Increased. The commlaalonera very properly censurod what had been done, which wm very easy, but fell far below what wm expected of them when It came to dealing with tho future. If the system of decoration begun bad been slopped where It was, or the foreigners dls iharged and the work given to Americans to flulh. It Is tcry likely ws should have hail a much worse failure to complain of than that which we now ao loudly and Justly rondcain. 'It Is preroraod, H add tho commissioners, 'to bo tho with nf troYcrnroent not emit to donate their present building In the best po- aiuie manner, out in dm iuo orixirtuimy w meu the occasion affords lo promt and devdop national art. If there la to be any dlacrlml- nation, uciwcui nuni snu lonuga muu, me prcferenca should be given to cltlxens. Very likely tho In power never for a mo ment took thl micallon Into consideration, whon they planned the Internal arranguncaits of the Capitol cxtcnalon, which, after all, are merely ethics, with a few expensive expert tnent attemiHed as Improvements. We look In vain among tliem for originality or Invent Ire renin. Nor would any one of the com nilsatoncrs have recognlcediho men who were pcrformlne this mere work of Imitation m artists. Tlie work they were doing wm mere decorative painting, and could not by any ircUh of technicality be cletated to the dig nity of fine art, Tf," ay the commlsaloncrs. 4thla asnurap llon bo correct meaning that the decoration of our imbtle buildings shall express some thing of our national history "tho money expuidedby (Joicrmucnt for the lut fit e or six vcara lor ini purooac um docd miaaiTiiea. wlih tlie etftjntioo of commbwlons like those awarded to Crawford and Itodgersi for we And but little else which relates to our history, or In which the American mind will ever be Interested. Tho arts afford a strong bond of national aympauiyi anawncn uicyuateiui nlled their miwloa here, by giving expresaluo to ftubyeru of national tntereat. In whleh die several fJtatc shall ha been mircwcntrxl. It will tte a crowning triumph of our rlvlllsa llim. ArL like nations, ha Its heroic hlitom Its refilled and manly history; Its cfllinluate and sensuous hlatory- he sure lnxsage of na tional decay. Our arils lust entering upon the first of these plane. Bhsll we allow it to bo supplsnlcd here In Its younr life by that of an effete and decayed rare, whit h In no way represents nar Our pi Ide should reroltatthe very Idea. We should not forget so soon tho homely manners and Lutes of our ancestors, aud tue hardships they endurud with un- uaunica iieausi out 11 suouju ue our pnao 10 welcome their vcncralrd forms In Uicse build ings and ground, and aurmund them with tlie InalgnU of a nation's love and homage; and patriotic hearts ahall perform the nobis work." This may be very good as patriotism, but it 1 difficult to see what It ha to do with tho subloct under consideration, which llni(4y to devUe a plan of decoratluu, and advise M lo the bent way of doing tlie work. The cotn mlaalon wandered out of lu way, and took a latitude hardly warranted in lu hute to con demn. Ttiev found an Ul-rotilrlvwl. limit t-rn. Ulatod fuid lighted, aud unhealthy Bcuate cliamber and Hall of lteprwenutivos, with an ample uuinUir of nlrlies, panels, and aUlr (aaus. w hers works of art. nalnlinira and ata- turs nndd be put. It wm the duty of the ctiiiimiaaitiiirra m ten u, in ine aimpicai man ner, what kind of work wcro best suited for the building, and how they should bo placed to produce tlie best effect and it I owing to ui suw-uou 01 una, snu a aispoaiuon iu onn demn nervbtbir. and rtjiiauro even when rcn- pure wa not deserved, that the commWIqn failed of lu object, The homely tastes and manners of our ancestors, and tfip hardshJpa tliev endured with uudauntodhuirLi.hitd terv lllth) to do with tlie simple question of deco rating the Capitol of a great nation like our. Cappellanno, Cuskl and Oevclot were misled by a ffanllar fancy, and In attempting to depict the hardships and struggles of our ancestors irave us tnose hideous caricatures wtucli ei' cito ridicule, violate good tasts, and disfigure tlie rotunda. These foreigner w ero no doubt sincere in bcllevbuc that Americans know nothing about art, aud that they mut give us something to please a crude and barbarian Lute. In short, we paid them well fur mak ing our great ancestors cut a sorry figure in art. But as tory few of us care about fixing tho dato of our ancestral hbtory anterior to tho revolution, wo will uot aton to Inquire how the manners of tho present dav will compare with that, or vt hcther there- had been any Im provement at all. That there 1 a more cor rut and rxartlng lasto in art cannot tie do nled, and ll I tho tasto and manner of tho present day tliat w 0 iniwt consult, respcxt. aud nua) inir nrt vui unit it inatueu wu uitn overlooked this fait, and attempted to lmlutc the models and style demandod by tho taato 01 some cncie nation, mat we are louna man- Inir ao nuuir coailv failures. The aama was the rase In England) but the error hu been corrected and a remedy applied through the medium of her art commissioners. Tho report of our art commUslon, It mnat bo ooufeasod, falls far short of lu oitjoct and dUappolntod It bestfrlouds. In aliort, U waa weak and feeblo whon compared with the searching and complete- rcHirU of tho KnglUb art uuiunilwdori. This Is why tt Las remained almoat unnotlcod by Congrcaa; Indeed, we have with difficulty found a member who had ctcr heard of It. Tho roimnlarlon had It la its jhw cr to do mm h good, uot only to the art interval 01 vita country, um uy snowiug now art could bo made to promote the material mausirv 01 iuo oounirv, ana 10 into an m creased value to our skilled labor It Is Indeed to be regretted that tbecouimlulunere did not uao their power more cxteusltcly InthU dl rectlou, sliow the duty 1 1 the Government In tho matter, and by pointing out tho many branches of Industry Into which art-science, and cten literature enter an largely, show where It would bo Justified In giving aid and protection to them. Id tho higher branches of skilled labor it must bo aeknowjnjged we are sun ixiiica France auia cnguuiu, imicvcii tliero It Iim bocn mueh unproved and in ado mure t aluaLle ut U10 Xoatcrinif nana oi liny- crnmcul, whuiC reaignixlng tho great taluo of art M an educator, and bcIciho m a great dovclomr of a nation's Industry, has wisely protected and encouraged both iuc uiuiuuitiuM uuww ita rvNiru 01 uigui pages, with ancatlmatoof tloU,V00 to carry out iu recommendation, These recommen datlutin. it must ba said, am nnt alwara anrh M would lmproo tho internal appearance of tho building, What good four statues would t Id the bcoato reilrlng room It U difficult bi ate 11 iuo luieresisui iuo puuuo are vi oe Mncti. nor win it seem auite clear wnat ad- vnuUgo U to be rained by placing two statues in the J louse of ItcpraenuilToa, one on ech IdooftheBprridBiq UwUTflLAtthV revommeuui Iv2llC2Urp to " PJ,eto " ' f MS ';ia rrroaraUtoernrratiatormirirwronrn,..',. I rortwoaietaelcTtoTafrovrtordooofowehl For tw coloiejal Pasta for ftanata eMrnhet ! JUS EMU 1JWI rortwostaiBoaroTiionaant itotiiiaxiiitatiraa rorpainMngBpaakevsrooni. ... ,.,,,. ,,,,. For painUn private atalrways and Pnt ba hlod Bposker'i chair..,,, .,.,,. ,., . roc pomiingronva eaaos mwuni ronrnn,r,i for palnUng pnaternre,atuUi wing . ,,,., ,,M. Knrinodallng rule for two eaatorn doorway .. IH0 rot railing and enaatng inam ta rronn,t IonnaieSUnvaii,a t...i.i.. . vw foraomraaaalBg tha d-earallori of lol.blaaand 5al)f both wing of Uapltol atoaalon,and signs for lha asm .. ,. . ,.'... Wm for eatUng statu of freedom for the now data. , jt," rl)alnUngnl-ronnfUBnatj,M,-n.. Wfl Hovurrwaa dl.t not mno vliAt WM Ul be Cnlned by this large eiiiendlturo of money, ftu(jicrtt im reiusai to art. Attempt uaw f4uwlvt.ii made to revlva this eommlsalon, or lotto a new one. Appointed, bat without nut caw, Since thstilme art Iim In a luoamire boeti left to lako car of lueli. "WESTWAED Till COURSE-or IHI'IHB TAKES 1 ITS WAT." This pieiuru, so coo-jplcuoua on the wkll of the wet aulrway leading to the gallery of the hall of JtcproscnUUvos, U by hminuol Leutre, whnse pictures aro familiar In all tho art galleries of the country. It Is stronsly American tn lu character, and very fori Ibly eiproratcs the various features of tiie country tn tho Par West, ami the settlers who open ft up to civilisation. It attracU the attention of visitors more, perhai-e than any Kiln r pltturu In 11, n faidtfili muf llm trrunrMi of DCMoUS acvMT standing boforo It every day whon Uom gress Is in session, studying lu parts and dls-rus-lng IU merits, must bo accepted as ifrwif that it Iim qualities of no ordinary kind Its figures are well drawn, l1d and alrungi and larwl mil iiHnina nml llfillkfi. TliO iuiurs of U10 stnrdv old mildo. In the left comer, U painted with a freedom and boldness that fw men ncsiuo i;uiaocouiu ustu uismi The painter took hta models front life; and those who knew hi in best can best apprcclalo the great care and tiino ho gave to detail-, in order to have them aurect. In short, smao of tlie prominent figures In this picture am sucliMvnly a muter-hand, and tliat gtildcd bvtrue reniiu. muldDalnU The more lky re stadicd Uta tirttcr they will ! anprv rinHM, x Wh linvn aiild (litiamiirh Imt&iimi Lnbltdo turohaa tajen singled out as a subject for a irrFSt deal of verv adveire. and. we think very unjust criticism. The sweeping uifturo OI ine Buses, mat uaru i-jvh mnue wini hnwerpT. have lervMtncd the force of Uirir malignity. Some of thoxo attack havo dis covered a greater skill in the art of condemn ing than of doing Justice It Is also to bq no ticed that some of those most prominent In ronircmnlngtuu picture nave cxuimteu aa in nomnro of tlie commonest rules of art remark- able for poraom who had set up for critics of art. Tlie nalnlcr la dead now 1 and W0 ran aJTord to pass a more generous and Just Judgment on what he did. Even now writers are beginning to boo beauties In Lcuixo pictures wore Ixrforo ther conld only find faulU, It U an Instruc tive fact, that some of those who wcro moat m il,t In ofirulnmnlnir Mr. Lcutra's tdcturd ill tho Capitol did not even know to what Kyle 1110 eSpilUI, UU IIUI DtCII SIIUW nnit f- of painting tt belonged. One said It 1 painted l7llstclpT,,, a second aakl it a miserable fresco 1" a third, more know IHUU it n ; wm iwlnie than the rest, said It wm not worth tho 'tm vat" It wm painted on. ill three wore wrong. It la painted In chrorao allien, a stvle of painting qulta iwpular In many parts of Enrops, and evni now practiced to a con siderable extent. TheoldhardwaUhadtObe softened, pricke4 un and prrtiared for tlie color, which, after being applied, were al lowed to remain and harden for a certain time, and were then, fixed," or covered with a substance that took the harduess and trans parency of Rlass, and at the same tlmo gave peculiar brilliancy to thecoao. Mr. Leuuo had not bad any rsrtko In thl" stylo of painting. It was, in sht, itcw to him an experiment 1 and so far a producing brilliant cflccU In romr Urmrenveiilt did not prove a success In hU hands. VI licihcr ll as for want of proper knowledge of how tlie wall should ba prepared, or thai the $Utra did h't ticrform lu functions, utd wm not pnrijr!y applied, wo aro not prciredto sayi butlho fact, nowevor, is aponrvut tnnt tiro otitra hato "sank in." and are dull and llfulsns. Tbo aubstance that wm to mako them so lcar and transparont has failed to pcrrunu w hat waa expected of li lt must not bo firnrtrUcn. however, that the picture U In a bad light, and that U10 dWarica between it and lha sitccUtor U so short as, to Impair the vlow. If It were seen at a gn alcr distance tbo train of figures w tilth now sum to crowd couiusedlr Into the forcirrouud would tlien lako more clear and dhttlnct lines, and at tho samo tlmo giro proper development to the perspective, whleh is really good, but Is re garded by mauy as ono of tho chief aefucts of the Picture. Wo haic spoken of thuiucrlu of this pic ture; lu defce U are lo lie found lu lu compo ailion and color. But some allowance onaht to ba made fur tlie defcets oi euunciimn cten, when we consider tbo difficulties tlie artist had to contend with In order to giro prowr expression to so many features on one tantas. Ills great aim tcry properly was to suowMmuen 01 me o mutual to luttarewoi thn nwintrv na iwiaallilM and TeL tiresertu tlie Indlvldnaliiy of emigrant life tlvar and dis tinct. To do tlus was no 1 cry easy task. Hie great inuwtloo to be decided by the artlnl wm whether be should make hU tlgures euborfll nato to Ids landacapeor hlslandacaps subordi nate to bis figures. Out of two or threo car toons made he fixed on the ono carrvtniriait tho former Idea, and from thU the prowiit picture wm painted. The next question wh Iiow lie should put bis figures in the fore ground, grouped so as to properly balaia-e tho eflecu bctweon landscape and figures, preserve harmony, and make both apjiuir to the best advantage. Tbo figures were kokIi the grouping of them defective, artistically. Socu at auch a short distance, tliey scent to crowd 011 each other so much u to detrrut fmm tho real merits or the jmturo. iuo artUt himself discovered this dele I when it WMtoolatei and vet thadcfutUof tho plc- turo are so eutlnJy subordinate to lu merit that those wlroso who attempt to crllteUo It, If gotcnicd by asnlrltof Justicof can afford to jmjiui ucm out in Kinunusa. Tlie scene here described Is In thevldiiilY of Pike's Teak) aud Uw story of Uie strug gling emigrant, aa ue wrnua uia way wcei ward, hla liuiww. lavs and liauulncss al hai lng reached the end of hi Journey aud uno In siglit of U10 valley where ha Is to spend tbo rest 01 m uie ana mako a uomo ior uu fam ily, 1 cleverly and forcibly told. The history of this picture U somewhat rji rious. and mar be .ulercstlnir. to stHue. Mr. LcuUo wm a tlerman by birth, but coiue to UiU country with his parcnu when a mere laiv. and sfttled In rhiladLlDliUL. Ha irruw ui became thoroughly Identified with oar Cliarncicr aim institutions, tutu n an na iuuuii an American In thought, feeling and senti ment u anv man bunion Uieaull. HewM impulsive, wannlicartvd, tlgoron In Utougbt anu acuwn, generous ana 01 acttuowietigoii genius, lie wm devoted to hi art, tenacious of hUrlghUMan artist, and had gh en hta life to historical paluUng, though It had not brought him fortune. He bellowed It, how ever, one of Ui most Important rapine In educnlina. clvlllxlni and advauciiur. a Dconta- And yet, with all hi kindly traits of charac ter, he wm not a man ciicuiatod to make friends ouulda of tho very narrow clrilodf those who knew him boat. A generous pa tron of the fine arts In Philadelphia, early dll cohering Lcutxo'a genius for color and draw ing, scut him to Europo to study at hU ex leuse. Hence It wm that ho had tho ad vanUgcs of tho best schools to bo found tliero. Howm a favorite and favored pupil at Dusscldorfi, and tho. reputation sceurud fur mm mere .ouowcq uis rctuni w lui couuiry, whera hU ulcturcs were much suutrht after. and really luMiimandcd great price, Lcutro wm proud of hi adopted oountryi aud hi highest ambition seemed to bo to paint a pic ture for Uie Capitol of Uio nation, and lu that way Identify his namu w ith the art hlatory of tho country. (Ion. M. C Mclg, at Uial tlmo suorliitciKr' cntof tho Capitol, uul to whom a brgedls crcUon wm gtveu utor tho work and dot'ora tlona, assumed the rospouslbllliy of making a contract with Mr. Leutxe fur a plcturo for Uie Caoiud. In this wav Uio arUnt s desire wm gratified. There aro but low persons at the S resent Uma at all acquainted wtUi art who u not appruve this aitof (Ion, Meigs, though it wm somewhat censured then. A contract wm mado ou tho Dili of July, ltjGU when e worolo the tcry midst of ruUilllou, aud U Is something to say that Uio picture wm palulcd during Um rebellion a proof that art, science and literature JtourUhod lu tho tree North In Uio midst of war. Twenty thousand dollar WMthoir)ce fixed ujon lo pay Uie artist for his work It was necessary ior Dim, now-over, lunate an ad vance hi money to relieve his wants and pay Incidental expense. He must go Into tho far Waat also, aud make skclthes of tho couutry, and procure oUicr material necessary to his picture. Gen Mclga took tho responsibility of making such adianie to the artist, In whom ho had great confidence, as, hU needs demanded. After spending several mouths In Uie West Uio artlsl returned to Washington with hi material, and completed his work iu tho autumn of 1BC3. Tho manner of maktnif Uicao advances wm called lu qursllou by tho Auditor, between whom aud (Jen. Moig a controtcry wm for some liuio carried on The substance of this controversy may bu Skthcred from a rvyly mado by Ucil Mulg ai leUmo, and from which wo uuekothuex " "-r ' ioa t'Uaiiav... r ItKWAItlM Vftll UTOVRM 4lt Math aireet, between 11 nnd IVN Ealr fwr lnwra nnd Ksrittrrasi HU Il'wi twvra ntid Unt-dwtirri Ilsrlldar wtd llowu ftprrm llrdYJTriA I'wileryi Tin nnd Iron ware. llOlIuUTllirVll. d ll MutE ntroei. brlweCM I wad IE, nsst I Unl-w larnnnaj Liuuuiiuns until Diunr, lA'sar n u r MdNlatoatr-ta--rraahCnWraHadlolB"a, Sasntoa Patent MedtoUaa, al prtot to eo alarm wllb, lh dauUM If fold. lliiroii(lS. a ""H' AtRXAKDRIA UlumUN AIOI UN Alfa 11AMPS1IIRP fl"fffiJS .... anu II- '." 11. ,., .1 Id at a. Wl. and I at O t n tn nvTivwus i-m"-"' -.-; rit- . AT.at sTCifA?irurAS K3ii Si KnuniK njirt-nyii", 7y"vj" 1.1.1, Im.. IMI to "rfSftK9J"jyjTI HHIROIKMI L1KR BUTWIIKII WAii.r.u,un, r vtaiiinrvn, o-'f'-'i'Yr" s,,r . " Train etwan WasiUngton and Vork r -- W3W WUkeal bhsss "ni& favnfw diiyiioMtanr- "" ,lU "d wp',, itmraiuiittfiiA . . Imn dallv teteewt Uandai) at aoo a. m., llU, and a.WP. rt-atmriAV leave for Na Tart a i oo p. m. and Philadelphia at W-eptng car for New NewTorkwlMp,m In 1 to nmadelphl. Nw at th BuUo craves at a train only Thrvugn Ufima all boor of 'rtoa'ttalUmora and Ohto Ilallrf-VI aarasavBanl fj ,hMiI(XTwn Waahrnitow. ""rlT Ufaator of fruasyra rtatloo B 1ALT1M01IK AMU UIIIO BAILUUAD. W..F1HO ln.Ulw,WAIH1(ll YAHIItNUi'UN ANIIT1I H. ...t .. air lylllVlllll .i.HWAlHHUiXlllANIIllKWKT,W.no. Mlow.1.1 ...,.. lar dslly,tpt Sunday, a 10 and f 1 a. ra , '""";,",",nAHi.APOit. . , , latnvsalTaad t a. tn-and tJOp-ra. Na train to lr.Annavoll.Hu.aa,t FOR IIALTItJOrtR. ta-AKW"AVfWWKjjTr llim Leave daily, atcept Matnrday and Hauday.atT a ra , VrnJtorda7stVS r- andtUp to. , a Atnday in HI and S vO p m , only. ""''"" -- Itelay HI lion, with train from lUlUnwr to W haling. ssarwh-jwuWrtw.a tea ton niawow i """'."Y'.V i""!. " ;r JIT. i- T. 1 8UI.1. Tlehr. uflhM ,1 1 hoan t. u. a a-n ad's um. gaatws nf TraaSDOrtaUOU fa M (Wl K, U-naral Ticket Agont, ...rf I1HO. M. KOOW rg.llnaral Agunyrraahlngton. RKAT . IHI.ll '.,JD:'u" """ '""" r-ii awn auitt-rn alnand aftor Hovsnte 11,1m, tralne will leave at 111-1 . , t n p ra Tim rikKAT WlLN-TIUCl'llhutK,' . HilutrtcnTT.PlaaIUato4oonidayBndnlgbt awBt--?- O-lral mI.TWaiaS Through rroai llalurnorSMltcrviirAtnitanu s i- iifJk13'''-0SS7-n p"i i -"i EuKSSIfe, J,i,nll.bl.te.Uo..lUb.". ataiiurana, --j.- UakatoallhUnmcaeanai ZZ?Z2SSZ 1 nr-oping tiers for Wutlra er llua f0o?u,wd4'ooV rRelYll,SMITII,TtrktAnl. Dor- .Tomer rifilh et, and Faun. ", k Waahlagton, U U KIV8.YOUNO,b anarat raaweugar A aaut, q-W Stcamsi,l l-ints. nin-ln, r.lrt, Mn-a XaaiBlC Fl,"f,: CrUSSJilSS, kSWAKf l.lwi.tllcnfolkn.rJIUItIAV. "1"AV. "At Si.m n. -I W-rtol wtUi Ik. ' ISSS! A BON, on lha wharf, ar at th Prlaclpal ofttea, ,k New York avenue aad OVvmh wrj, yliln1o. w on tward to llUOWN, FlltTAtxXt flllARIRfl ftPltH,Unlltopt MKtUJllANTn' UNK UV HTKAUSHUtl r5Tw.rr."w,- wA-iiiitiriun nr.i,i::f: .,. lnowmaiiita swtJ aniuui,uii AlJ kY t.lTV.ef tha reu MKHOHANTtr LlNr, wUI ntsaa..rrn- r.yVr-r-fl far WKKKLY TRIP) HKrWKRhs-v-na-lavannaW NKW kOHK, ALrUANIHUA.WAnliyvmON. and (Jr-OruiHlWN. aa InUowat Inav NBVT VOllK. from Iter V Km! Klver, erary HATOROAT at I p. TBUKO.UlErUWNvm Yaw full Information, apply to K. P. A.OKNIIAH. ii.omra ana wuan toot oi iininimsin"wn, lha comer cf Boain'h ,rZ.rA3fZJ'",L pOlt MVKlinl. A?ll OlIBlWHTOWNa NUAN LI1B Of MAIL BTIttMKRS 8A1UN0 FUOll MKVrTOHl. 8ATUIUtVnofurntoTUInAY8. a a -"tir fi tAomwBnwnsai lonaatim sprr f arr Hankers, W-ahlnatow UootH, .Shoes, HutH and Caps. m TUE MOST COBPLETK STOCK or HOOTS, HIIDIX, ANU (JAITI'-UK, OAN BK l-VUND AT 8THA8DUH0EU 111108, not! 8KVKNTII nTRRkT, (OLD No. 373,) BR TWEKN l anu fc. urttKnin. Iwk nl Ikrnv I'tlcrai Indloa' tins raa'd and Drtutt Button llboea ..!. LlLaaaal . i. i i- , iblllfwan " " " Z T M na-heets aol'd " I -wed " li Iftdlas'tmrao-raads Ha I too 1 1 alter.. .. . .1. ,oo I IM ta - r.t nno itiune'Wiaae vinwsuHiaraH j. : I-wl - .:) . d; " J.'i.andl M )Ioa-iaa.le lauwd (laltor . .iOto.i M Ih tlaltra,9li ldt I.AO. l.TO, i. Ml-so l"(bf rilu. tiaal .ilfe.aJalnaa, In tha oil t elblldrca.r'uicd Mutton UaltT. ... . 'X i.mi lawUea'fnaUnc.lJlKh.aiiif kbi hUppera .. ... " l(aelkfUklppra,iru4U A OOto'f mr OrNTLRMKNTS U3T lMhoina-madanawedlloMa... . ., , 111.00 t-rauclvaalf boma-madahtitcnadrlooi ... 7-0O bo to Uoola, H.OU -t' .5-a " H-wsdBooU . " Iwggad Boot. -Ivesxi a.vti uUlUand4.00 ladngnew,u.Ao ,.,.1.7 a ,biad,i Lingresa lialter aa kvw llora' Hfaor and Oaitors for drees er stilmnL nun .... .. ... HfaoraandOaitora to ftv tienHranan'aiHMJinan uniriuen to order l sa eonl advance on tb above iMion. All ether kinds of It rTH, Hllilr-H.and UA1TK1U) al MuaUy low tsrlaea, too naiaruoa to mention. Meiuatubar, every eutog aold at regular whole ale PTlMn want of HOOTS. BllbrW, and OAITFR.S eheold gtra thata a aall andaaanilne their atoek and prloaa-aud they wLUaaaaaavtngat IS par cent, iwii-w .-.,, niiiw. apatVlM trOO neventh au between fc. and I triitPTiiB iiEAiirooi. ftfBAW HATS laabuadanoa, lor maa, boys aad J I Child re latraa aansrUnaat of FKLT 1 1 ATS, U light Color, ipraaaly fur uaiiuar wear " . Attention I Invited to lb Uoaaausr Body DRESS UAT.. JL MTINKMIST., Ill tier, td-i' rennnlvania avenna, tieoond door from Thirteenth tUeel CROaUET! CEOaUET!! Tho Host ami Cheapest lit the Market, I'ltlCES BANOIN0 mOM $4,50 TO $18 PKn KT, AMD aUARANTBKD TO UH TIIK UAN1MOMIUTMADE. Csll And .ml, ti-ftn. parobuln. dMwh.r .... JOHN V. IMIIKUU. Special Notice. TheKJanof thoPetrlet ar rtiaotf ulty InArmal that ROBERT FULTON tt CO., 3U NINTH HTIIKKT, Dotwoco D atraetsnd PcoturlvauU svanaS, Uav rwoonlly mvd atlanalr arraagemeou fur LOANING BrONEY ox aierekitadlnoorUver DewcrlptUa AT TOR MJUKHTHATl-M. fVUH or 1,000 OVKH AT Ki TMl (JKNT gift -1 h only (JhrlsOao Ja-ta Offloa tn tba UUUIoL Stoves and Tinware. -lyALKKIl S POUULK 0VIIN LCHJUINU RAHUK UM-uhtl wd .Hilj MnUvIM by o- rttb U"W nuvTiiKWALKrii. , fin I I IIIWIUIU, - tl 1 1 rs snarl) aala aveuiia. BOZOrtTH tRKKlfilNU KWHIOIUIATORaI-ON toiUulon at Ui tkora-ruoma of ii roRrooRY, myS-tf UJ paaiiaylranU avaau.