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THE DAILY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1872.
LOCAL AFFAIRS. NOTICKM r NMt AITKKTlHRMFTrt Niwimt hoire lrysids atPogan Ayiitv, Thirty cart are wanted. mtKino front an 1 back moms (or re nt. Utir A Patidmic hare dealrai 1e real lencea for aale A rmnnHio norvt for rent Tm won I gran I annual I alt of the Httwrnlan lWievotent Association on Thanksgiving eve Dwiiximo nouai an 1 lot for sale Foil kali or eirhange for eity property a three-itory brick hon TBI member of W. Tammany Tribe, No. It, I O It M., will meet Thanksgiving morning A Rur awt oral. Is wanted A kiw ten mom hrtcfc hone,for sale Dtir A lurnw hate ft,raor wile also a Of brick house Orrr A William, auctioneers, will sell on Von lay December I, at 11 oVlnrk, a, ra, vatna Meganlea anl track tan I, with ImprnvemenU a'an, on Wednesday an 1 futanlay, 'lovembe r ft in n, at o clock, p. m., aaredeeraed pledge Tnt granl gift photograph store, Ho. SIT seventh street Am adjourned meeting of the miberlier to the new Mntnal Fire Insurance C ompany will be hri i to morrow e vening Haiti stamr at 47 MarjlanlaTrnn for rtnt. ToniT Mrrrutij. la receiving lallv new goods ft II Warmer, real nut IroUriihl aoc II mwr, haa postponed the sale of a desirable two-story I rk k dwelling. No. IM Heveath street. ltwrea H anl ( southeast, natll Wednesday Nnvemtier f, at 4 o clot k, p. m ThU Arm will Mil to-morrow, at 4 oSlock, two three-atory rame dwelling on i street. Pnor mwtixwm hl1 a mallnee to-morrow evening OITV IX12MM. Thi new (nllonnade hotel, Phlladel hia, Pe lit In the Tk Initj of several Methodist churches. Tnt I atint (Mpmutwi II Urotch Bottom Kilter, 4 M Hutched Boots. 13 m Ono.1 Calf Boots. , is tin rtutora Male ti M Idie n iiton nailer. fl rench kl I llutton II An Children's Hut ton. ft kite flatten an I Kllppera JtiiM r Boot an I hi , all lie, at HiiLiaCNX WsHeventh street. ft OKDBUTJT, I (lenrge Comlia, etal Pennsylvania arena, be tween Ninth an I Tenth streets. I selling the finest French candles at the low price of 40 rents per pnnnL A rail will satisfy all that he In Helling tnt same gntkls which are usually aoltl If it) rent. I O Coxa, ana Pennsy Iranla avenue. Utim aki ricNTtKVKt, if rou wish your wearing aptMtrel rleaned la a (lrst-4-la manner pentl them to A Fauna, eia Math street, oppo site Patent omce Thelrofessor wtll give you satisfaction without fall. Ktdgtovesrlrenedaire an I cheap. For Mont Dri iamn houb-madi Sinum (K TO FlBRKT HrAK Mareit, Nnrteaiit rorner aihl Thirteenth mreeta north went, TUP ritJIIT-H! NMNtl MlimilMTID" Hewlnr Machine U the iteat i( alL The perfec tion of tiuh on all kin U o( itonlM. treat range nf work, eaa of operation, nolMleM. (or more iiartf than anj other nhnitle machine.) aHf ailjuatlnc teuHlon, nlinitlkltr anl durability of all part la not epik4 In any other matlnne (tftt-e fin F aireel, Mamnlo Temple M I' ADAM A LU, Airenta, mtrtX FACT)) WORTH XNOWim THlRHTOiCa Ivtry learl Tooth Powlerls the lieat ItentrtOc in ue It keep the Teeth clean an I white, ami the fiima aotiifcl ami healthy 1 rice i an 1 no cent. Jovrn"a fnoilomna Khl fllove Cleaner la far aiipcrtor to anything known. Irtce ta cent. TnonmiWR Pomale Optlme la exqntalte It aortena, iwautlflea, an I atrenfrthen the hair Frtce w an 1 M rrnta. All fur aale I y PrugirUn rxtcR loirror Gknth' Firnwhino nooni at IOIJ)MANJI HTRINaEEll, tW tlRNTH FCRNWHINU itoomHTORK, No. itat Hirxiem tt, ooaKia or tl O mil n hlte Shlrta, 0 rent. t rents, tl, (1 so. Utt white NhlrUU unatirpaet1 In the city, irol Merino t n lenihina atul Drawers, fuircnu, Mcenta-Inrenta, tl tlSSanl HJh). A aeU a letter ft 1 n lemhlrt than any house la town Hplenaiul Kngllnh 8orkA, Vi centa per pair Knit JrkejL . laririi Ht &n 1 at vrrv low nrla The llneM variety of Tien, iiuwa an 1 Hcarfa ever aenln thlacitT leotfor (hmU'Kll ll we. In all the opera mi iti n i ftnaocn iir pircci ww in vea, llvca.(llore, of an Imaslnal le klnL ant) at low fliturea ( me and convince youraelvea All irotMia warraniei a reprearatetL ItOLDHAM A WniXBEKfl, C irncr Heveuth an I (I atreet. IfCHBia DMtKxTtP 4uatat ol 1 Burton haa fa Tortni vn iin an "naiiHnvoi Tiriant noiv, uui wh ahail iiiMcit the mrlanchoir fallactea ami tttM with whkh knave an t fanath a en leavor to UrliMe the alck anl feeMe of thla senrratlon. Charlatan, thmutrh the ne wan per preaa, re roninicnti iu ur ireninniFMi vm inn ui uwrane oonvolwlng purmivea, which, tf taken, are lure lo turn bin lel lliLiteil atrilrni A I moat Inal I out. aikt aink him Into the ntterntMit deptha of hetn leaanea anl ileapon lency t Fanatlca, on the other haa I, aaaure the pniMirale patient that no luMtclneroaUlulnf. a lllTalve atlmulant ought to pane hi lip If he electa W Ita raided I f the tktvlteof liiipoatiTa u I lunauc,let him make Ida will atut order hia coffin l lit If there u a aiarkof common aenae In hlB romponiTlon let him reaort In hia ext remltv to llontetter a Htomacb HiUera, the tuoat puteutof vegetal le tonlca and alterative the putvat an I m iat entirely whole. mime of metlHateil UTntilnt Thewonlerful urea of drapeiHila, hllhtuane, rheamatlBm, hral al unMtratK n and malarloua fever which tnt rare apcufli haa effettvd during the laat twenty two year are the dim! oonclaalve anawera that caa lie given to tb euemlea of man i in i wno oner voi enic camarur hb ionics, an I to the tulataken tteinn who wonkt refnae a tneillclual atlmulant to a poor, I rokeoHtown In va)UI,who la literally ilylng by liKhea for the went 01 juiiriou auniuiautio. i eiuicrani imperly un lertoo.l, countrnanrea no aurh lolly thla the HLt Un enacteil to nut down the ai horrent vl e of Irnnkenneaa provl It f r the aale i f l randy. whU-ky and other llqnora aa med icine an 1 If theae adulterated llquora of trade are w r let! t y teiuiwrauc IcglalaUirs aa reme. die, what ought to f the general verdict of the tmerance put lln m reganla the ieertaa vege. table tonic Itaavd upon a atlmulant Blwn lutrly furvr m,nv FIiVIN! ATB W 1LI tiPbV nUANI HTAlt COI IPK I EfTl HIS T(-MniIT Wei aMlrrJa4 that lieutenant Oeneral Hherman, frenh from hia vlait to hcotlaod, will ireakle at the lecture of rteneral Marponal 1 t the Congregational church, i u Mob lay evening, !teraler 1 PONT FMLTO llKAKATKHATIINCtI HALLiMUIIT i otrtw P ag mat Hingte an I lml le Vreaateil ulaway Loata, with rata U match, Juat openeil at A "TRAiir, N. lull IcniiajhauU avenue, three d wr east ol Eleventh atreet EDMI YnYATrNdSMOURKN WKIPTi AT LINCOLN llAILTO."ttWT r-gRFHrrtv FirriNii khintk one of the largeet BMurtiueut of alj lea In the country ta select from UXUU llKMMIKd, No. 410 Seventh atreet north went tMl NI YAThH Flltsr AND ONLY AP 1'LAIttNllElN WAHIIINdTONTO-NHlHT U, II AKNiR, real eauie broker, has so 1 to John O kvana the property at the corner of waiuMu.hunetta aveuue and Thirteenth atreet fur 114 Mft. lecture ibeCelerrd Hare. Tlie voiinganl Ulentnl lorel orator, 1 mf J E. M I Milan!, 1 ture.1 laat night In the Flf teenth-alreet Prvai ytertan lAurch, (colored ) ta an appreciative au Hence, composed principally of our moat prominent colore! ciuaena. i ne un turer took for bis anl Ject the future of bis raoe, and began I y rwltlng an original poem After which he revleweil the origin of the cotored man, cUlmlng that bia ptHfple were a mingled and mixed people an I, further, that the Vrm African, aa appllet to them In thla Ian I, waa vague and untrue. 1 he speaker then turned hia attention, to the charge that the colored men 4uuld nut I educated to prominence; bat, on the other hen I, proved that they bave develons and are hoi Hug at me of tbe tuo.t prominent po aitlona In the Ian I Prof Ullllanl continued In itilaBtrain f r aouie length, anl clearly demou k traits! thai the feel lo rt argea made agalntt the l ace were fr iu i rejn llcea and without any groan I whatever Hie lecturer waa ireooeiiuy Internijted with anl"" "lM" bi cl hia aiKlleue retirel aaiianetiaji i pronouncing him analle let turer )rMMllc LaiierlMUMent llie literary dramatic anl aoclal entertain meat glvi n I y the Home I In le" hud ulght was the meaiia of drawing together a large and Intel lnUiial audivu e A neat opening allriMa waa dellveied by K. Ilantelu, foUowed byrecllatima by A Uotiuii, A I Welalii, and Meaars Itan anl Hamliurger alter whkh waa pruluvod the tuelo-drama, In hl h all the chsrartert were aa Hiimexl awl will auatalne I by ajaaiBura Ihla (art of the entertainment conclude!, he hall waa t leered of ihalra and aelteea, the miwU atnick u, an I the p-aure of the dance) were lulultnlui uuitlaiate nour worn ""-i"" " lrae.l larrylng with them pleaaant recolin liona or the ttteilllig enj jiori TLeNa.l iiille HUJ eatenUy evening aJiout one o I n k a woman uauieil Ltxile leeriug, living ihi leuiuylvalil ....ut i.i ween Hlxth autl tteveuth atreet south easLatteinptlugloklolleatlre with the use of iol-olL when tt Ignltwl, rxploile.1 the can, lurldtheBttvelopiera anl severely burned the girl. Omfr01lreexllugUBhed the (Uniea Without any further damage, and the burns of ---- ---"- nuerlr dreswd bv a thf injureil paH were properly dreu iy i Ol II HCHOOt. HI NTL U The rillra PrwM New erk nai Ifew They Were PntfrtalwW, The delegation from Itocheater, New ork. ronalatlng of Mr Kill, auperlnten lent of schoola. Mr twtgenon, preai tent oi tne noant or truaiees Meaara, J one, Fredenhnrg Moaer, Klwooil, and IHvl, of the boanl ot truateea of Rot heater who have been in our city for some days past visiting oar m hoola an 1 examining Into the school ayatem of the Platrlrt, Hatunlay vial ted 1 real dent Grant la company with Trnateea Hart, French an! llarrH aol Hnperlntenlent J O WtUon, when the delegation was Introduced to the Prealtlent anJ several hoars apent In Bocla converse I poo the concinsion of the conversa tion the gentlemen were shown through the bull ling, where every attention waa paid them, after which they visited Secretary noutwell at tbe Treeanry Department an I were also shown through this bull ling The party then traced their step to (len Latoa'a, where awhile waa Bpent In dlacnaalng the school system, an J the party repaired to the Interior Department and from thence they vlalted Jefferson athool build ing, where they ma le an Inapet lloa of the build ing Hun lav the delegation vllted the several chnrcheaanlleft Washington yeatenlay morn tng la the early train for M1Uaunport, Pa where they will vlait the schoola of that city an I thence proceed to rtocheater, N U hen these gentlemen visited Washington It waa their In tent Ion to remain liut one day, but upon arriving here the attractions were so great anl the la formation gained of ao vast importance their time waa extented to a much longer period The delegation npon every occaalon expressed theinaelvea a being highly pleaaed anl aatladeil with the working! of our school ayatem, an I an nownced tkeraaelvea as the recipients of vast aaeful knowledge At the request of theae gen tlcmen our trustees pmvllel them with Hanks which give an llluilration of the system of iu M ruction In our a hoola. 4IT HHUl.TilK Sfsaef mir Imtcher oiienlng a blood pnd- ning ThealnaeaoftheW A tl R K. would ml a volume Tea dead animals were reported to the health office yeatenlay Aolv Neville haa completed the sewers on Eighth street southeast, an 1 dl I the Work welL The 1 1 Is fir famishing cement for theroo atmctlon of the new Jail will l opened to-day Ju Ige Olln pal I a visit to the roart-honse yea tenlay morning f r the Oral time sltue bia late lllaesa. Loafers' rest tbe atan I oo the corner of Penn sylvania avenue an I Twenty-e ou I street, neai the canal The I O O F will hoi 1 a levee to-morrow evening for the purpose of raising fun Is for the lji rary abmx latum There are two rases of smallpox only li oge house In Phlladeli hia Row, all oavy yard pMlp to the contrary notwlthataa ling - The gol I medals offered by the society for the prevention of crnelty to animals will le on ex hit lUoa at Philp A Hlomons this week. ilea O K. Itaticock haa directed a large force of men to commence work on the Improvements In the circle at the Intersection of Thirteenth an 1 P streets, Rh nle Mian 1 an 1 ermont avenue. . U orkmrn are engaged in i lacing an Iron ratl ing aroun I the reservation at Ninth and Pennsyl vania avenue, whit h will a 1 1 another han tanaae park to the many that now a-lorn our city l apt, Ned Uythera, during hia recent sickness. wrote a book, entitled, "The Phantom ttanaage, or the Bull Dog's Revenge," which he haa dedi cated to Mr N tl Onlway The f illowlngoRUersof the mediial depart ment of Georgetown College have leenrhoen f ir the year President, tt in. L. W orrester, sec retary, H. n. Crlssey an 1 James T Corlew waa unanimously aeletled ti deliver the valedictory Tbe Chicago paving company ought to lean how to lay level pavement from the pralrlea sur rounllng the "tjueen City of the Weak." The pavement they are laying east of the Cifllot Is rather untulating Mr Fred Doswell says he Is willing enough tt I ridge things over, but ha not gone Into con tractlng for I rl Iges yet The contract men tloned In yeatenlay "a lue was awarded to B. A. lloa well (Ireetey men eager to make bets are very Blow In coming to the front, now that they have lost. lie honorable, gentlemen. If yon were beaten This haa reference to the delinquents ou bet who I Mt on the g Hid ao I great Hiira e tl "Chad" Is In town, stopping at WtllarU. Ilundrtxlaof gooil fell ws were about the boos yeatenlay, shaking 'H had s honest ban L He Is looking aa well as the big horse he haa In his win I w oo t abaah avenue In I hlcag The different State aaH latlons areronaller Ing the proposition to take part In the prorwsalon ou Inauguration day, anl ex ten ling an In vita tlon to the residents of their State who will le present at Hut time, t Join them on that oo caalon The lalmrera were I uir In all parts of the city sweeping the streets The auperlnten lent of the Thirteenth dlstrutwaa sennit le In having the rarrlagewaya sprinkled before the 1 mom waa a plle-l. Let all the auprrintcu knt l the same thing The! nltedHtate steamer Tallapoosa arrived at the navy yanl, from Boston, onHun lav wltl tuahelsof "Murphva" for the onlnan e ortl era, and a toad of hay itrthe A linlrau Tney wen Nova Hcotla "Hi la," an 1 salt hay lo cure the "eplxootle" NO freight f barley Hmith goes lo the Congressional grave yard oa the ssth lust. I brut i bun h vestry haa appointed blm Huiierinten lent, vi e Lusty re signet Ijike Jones an I a few of hia confrere want empl lytncnt from (.barley as "ghost chasers A minister of a Methodist chunk In (George town made tbe aatoan ling geographical and mathematical statemeut from bis pulpit oa Run day evening that Babylon was w miles in clr cumferem ami is In diameter It tuut hava been Bhapetl like a rain cloud Tbe large shears of tbe navy yanl, whb h were Upward of mi feet high and coul 1 lie seen down the river aa far as the eye toul 1 reach were top pled overtKianl Into the Kastaru Branch on Hatunlay Ihey had been sun ling fir foVty years au I had lieoooie rotten at the I ase Laat night, about 8 oVIock, as Billy WHIIama waa drlvlagal tug Pinaaylvaala avenue, one of his horses dmped del between Ninth and Tenth streets I he harness was removed anl the other aulmal drew the hack to tbe star le What canned the an I len de.lh of the horse Is unknown Three new case of smallpox were reported at the health orit e yesterday ne on Four and-a-half street, lietween E an I V street south west, one on North ( apltol Btreet, bet ween U anl Massachusetts avenne northwest, and another n Massachusetts avenne, between Third and F Mirth streets northeast One death ooturred, at So SIS Maryland avenue northeast. The haatern Bull ling Association No I baa elected the fillowlng officer for the ensuing yean Preai lent, P Ferguson Ice Prealdent, HAH Mi Klin Treasurer, Oeorge F Oulkk Secretary, Richard Linmona, Directors W K. Hut hluaon, Jno. K. Herrell, Thomas B Cross, Thomas Homervllle, W Y Brooks, Oeorge Yt MKesW P Allan Ihla association Is Iu a flourishing con Utlon, ao I Is la the second year of It organisation Head AmIbsbU. The ej Ixootlo ai jiears to lie ou the decrease stilt the number of deal horses reported yester. lay was an Increase over that for several days i revioua They are as follows The sorrel pony belonging to A lmiral I orter, an I one such case aa mention 1 1 elow In alley lietween Hixth and Heventh and K an I KalreeU northwest. No, aW Four-anl-a-half street southwest mule on Bun a roal,lnthe county corner Twelfth an I Rhle Islan I avenne northwest lietween I an I M ami Twenty-second an I Twenty tblnl northwest between E and P and Becon I and Third south weat comer Irglnlaaveuue an I Tweuty-seeond street northwest between t) anl C an I New Jer sey avenue an I First atreet southeast. North ( at llol street, tietwteu O Btreet au 1 Massachu setts avenue Fur sn l-a-half, lietween K aa I F The Old llrblie (i.-e. A gang of workmen In the employ t f the UaltU nnire an I Potomai Railniad I unipauy have leen busily engageil f ir the nt week In trarlng away be 1 1 1 I rt Ige a mas the 1 otoiuac, an I that pur lion of tbe structure south of the (leorgetowa (liannel baa alrea-ly been deiu llshe.1 Most of the tlmliersare fouu I to lieoousltlerat ly decayed but the Iron used lu iuiouatni tloa Is valual le, tand will go to par the time an I troul le of a care ful demolition, t 111 form ars are ruu down the old track an I loaled wlih the lebria an I pushed to this si le of the river where It is plied up, ami In a few daya nothing wtll be left of the oil atru ture Arrelr1 fWrTfarfi enter Uy Detectives Uoumes au I Mi El fresh arrested a woman named rllzalieih Riley, on tbe ( harge of stealing aiNiut forty liliars from one John L. Owens, of OenrgAowu Uliaa, who Is evl lently of a saving turn of mind, after stealing . k.i . ik DlIi. a nan. in. llii'urj u.i i.hrii u iu in. ieviuhhi and opene. au mUIH "V ifUftlni aheackoowedge.lthBuiltanloffereUorefuul tbe nioner but f hn ioul int see It, an I she wa , . .... ' ,,h ..i ciiy ins unKiwon win i in riuirge ui ran. ' '""ll'""""'l"l'"lun"",,,rUJCl1inr,llorFoiw,ll r,.rara.i,lerof I ". 1.1 Huh. Ju" . AlwtMi lrewaed. .... n.mu .weninffsiruut ajuoiloik. an un known man, while walking along tbe pier at the foot of Heventh Street, fell overlKNtnl into tne ni... mniHi bv Washlnrton Hanfonl and the policeman an 1 aeut ou hia way rejoicing and the policeman an i aeut ou aw wj cj..u j Wir he had made from .lrownlnr, GAMBLING. THE ROBBERS ON SEVENTH STREET Fatal fe1leaa af the Ignemnl 4 Hapev stlilewe Hiarvlag Met hers aad hlltlren Itebbedef Their Itnrdrrned llewey TheHcHeelMReter tn Mrr nn4 teprv- Ity. Thetrlple-mallMhandof the law has leen laid upon the regular gaming establishments ot thla cliy with such force aa to almost wholly break them up. Faro hanks In W aahlngton are said to be lew and far between, an I business la them. Is prosecuted with all the aafegtianls an I secrecy that gamblers can throw around them, anl thla a well Ju Iglng community deems to tie advisable and right, although there are many who think that garni ting houses ahotill le licensed, using tbe main argument that some men have natural and acquired paMlooa for game exlra-haxard-ona, an 1 they will play somewhere aa 1 somehow in violation ot tbe law It it while the city guardians are so careful of the morality anl well-being of grown ami re sponall le cimena, what shall lie sal 1 of the WRAENESS Of STATtTES which permits a Bhameleaa fraul,a ahameless vice, anl a shameless robbery to be carried on day after day an I week after week, right on pub lic thorough fares. In the open daylight, an 1 un let the very noseaof theoffkeraof tbe law? Yeatenlay a reporter or the RinRiJiAf vis ited the OAVBIJNI tlKLI located oa Seventh street, Nj. 117, an I carrle I on hy men whose antecedenu are unknown to thla country, men who hava bo earthly Intereau In ft aahlngton, and wbo are here f r tha aole pur pose of prosecuting their profession as public robber. Benin 1 a long counter seven or eight of these self-imported wretches were stan Un g holllngblliianlraesln their han It, an I iiehlnl them, fastened to a rack on the wall, were sev eral tbonaan la of cheap photographs of ever thing good In heaven, vile on tbe earth, anl slimy la tbe "water un ler the earth.' Futures of saints anl angels- pictures of all the Inlell oate fancies of heathen palnteri anl amlptnn pictures of Jole Maniflei I an I all the long crira son train of American an 1 F tropean courteiana, pictures or the proprietor anl other thieves, of acton, poiitlclaaa aad ministers, aa I all of tbeva ofthemolest description aol cheapest flnUl, pnrrhaaeil orglnatly, wlthwt diubt, hv the onl, an 1 at merely a nominal coat, ft ilhiu the store aaJ lief re these axNTLiMRM or THI ci I stood fully three hnalred persons, nineteen twentieths of whom were stout, suiwart roloreil men, reeking with tobacco Juice, an I mingling ami I the vile fumes of two-cent cigars the hor rtbie "imprecations of dlcera" aiwut their 111 luck. The following algn over the photograph a Uared them la the faae "konr choice for 80 rents. oa see what you buy and get what you nay for " The "choice" conslsu of a selection of in of the pictures, for whUh the victim pays dflyirents cash down, anl on which there can not lie leas than forty cents proflt. Here an I there among all the thoiisanla of theae photo graphs a few, a prec I his few, are a altered whit h all for prize ranging from one d illar up to ten rhouaan Is of tbeni are aol 1 every dav, an I when one happens to be picked out that bears a prtie, achof the seven or eight seller shout oat tbe fact to the top or their voices, ant I y varying phrases, perfectly nn lemtoo.1 hv them, nuke It teem to the no wary Just seven times as much as It Is thi Vienna. As stated above, the vast majority of the vic tims whom these people rob are Ignorant latmn togmen, wboae superstitious hopes are worked upon In every way to In luce them to fo 1 their money away It la a safe estimate to say that there are, on an average, three hun Ired In tbat rambling Institution from morning till late al night. Their hanl-earned money, all they ran beg ant borrow, an 1 all they can get 1 y pawning little valuable, la carried to this store an 1 freely parted with. Oa their way to market they stop and gamble away what should purchase food an 1 lotbes for home Oa their way tn par little let u they atop to risk a part In the vain h pe of letting m we, an I Anally lone It all u rr uAuiuid? It la nothing more nor less than the I tweat an I mist depraved firm of gamhtrng Some might call It a lottery, or attempt to dignify It as a gift enterprise, hut all along that shop one ran hear with every 1 reath, "flam III bet yon a quarter (or a larger sum, as the rase may tie) that you've Irewa a blank." ' III take It," says Kant, ' and go yon one belter that It Is a prlxe " An I then they bet two, three, five and even ten to one tbat blanks are drawn, aa I la many other wars the lit lie game U Intensified DxrasTTTr TBI RSSCLr Tha proprietors of this den become, in Ihla way teachers of depravity, an I amenable to the law u corrupters of y nun. If for nothing else. It ive the young fearful lessons Iu game of ibance It promotes an undue desire forgetting money without ' honest toil, " and beu e leads to iteallng an I other crimes, t an thla be Justified under the flimsy pretext or a licensed "gift en terprlse ?" Are the executors of the law to stud by an I are a large portion of citizens, a portion specially needing protection, parting with their money without getting any proper equivalent in return f nit other an K. The prooriet rs of the Institution alluded to. whkn, t jr tbe way, la o nly one of several In f ill laat In the i Ity an I pe rbapa the liest one, claim that, having pal I a II ense of f I noo to the city government, tbelr bitslnesi la legitimate on ler the law Tbey claim that when the ran ka are foil they conuin ,iM i h lures, t,onrt of whUn will draw a priia of f I, f irty a prlxe of tin, and forty a prlxe uf 1 making tiooiln all, leaving bat four hun Ired dollars for proflu on the pie turea and to pay expense ot clerks, rent, Ac , with a margin fur the proprietor. This auteraent seems fair enough oa IU face, bat It will probably bear a rl Mcr Investigation To those acquainted with the worH, It thla Is legitimate business then a Urease to faro bank would seem Ui be la order, for " ye tiger" and Its keeper fleece only men who move lo the higher class of society, are intelligent, an 1 garni le with a knowledge of what they are doing while the photograph men get their stealings from the poor and Ignorant. Cannot some employment I gotten for them other than this? iiimT'MitifiT. Mreilwg f ike IImvu f l!aner The Board of Managers of the Washington city miiie society met at the depositary last evening at I oVIock, Rev. ft IMam Mcfluire, president, la tbe (hair The meeting waa opened by reading the nineteenth Psalm, and prayer I y tbe president. Rev Mr Cobb presented hia monthly report aa rollowa. 7T4 families and 40 places of Imsloess visited, 43 families found destitute of the Hcrlp- ture, eonslstlng of 148 persona IT families sup plied, if families refused to retelve tbe Bible, lu Bible and Teataraenu aol 1, 4 Bibles and l Tes UmenU donated, value of Bibles an 1 Teauraenu louaied,ltT0; value of Bit tea anl Testaments soul, ill r cash received from Hauliae Metho- iist Church for subscriptions, $n,iat fleid of labor, part of Hew ud an I Third ft ards The re port of Incl lent of tbe dlstrHmtiou was of much Interest to the mrmtiera present. Mr Coh wo directed to report his vlaiuttona nerearter by legislative district, instead of ward Notke was given of the death of C I hllds. one of the honored vl . presl leuU.slnte the laat meet ing a motion was made to appoint a committee to draft resolutions conveying the aenae of the meeting umn thla bereavement, but in view of tbe fat.tof hlsdLBlre that no formal resolution should lie passed, uo further action waa taken Her eral memlier presented reasons why their pastors were not present Mention was made of tbe provision -of the ron til utlon making ea h pastor a memlier ejacfe, an I a general deelre waa expressed tbat they woui l Im present at the next meeting After routine I uslnesa an I prayer by Mr Fort, us society adjourned. - The Ka-Iastle mt I'jtkU vUller, Tbe reception of Golden Lodge No 1, 1C of P , ot iiaitunore, on Thanksgiving day, by tbe Knighuof this Jurisdiction, promises to tie a line aasir, anil win dout ties renett credit upon the membership of thla thriving Order The Oeneral Committee and Committee of Arrangement have lalldtwulhe following programme i The uni formed members of the Order are to aaseml le at KoftB HalL corner th au I 1) streets, at tu oilotka m., an I man b to the depot, acting as an escort from that p int to tbe t ity Hall, where all the members are to I assem) led In line at BX o I ick The line of uianh will then be taken up along 4 street to Pennsylvania avenue, awl thence to the Metropollun where tbe visitors will be formally receive I In line After breakfast the Knlgbu will again asaemi lean I iroceed up Pennsylvania avenue to tlth atreet, passing through tbe Prral ienfs groan I, along 17th atreet to If street, thence to Vermont avenue, thence to M street, along M street to tth, thence to Pennsylvania avenue, and the Metropolitan, their quarters during their stay Iu our city In the al teruoon tbe KalgbUand their guesu will prot red till L down 7th atreet to the steamboat wharf an 1 em i . ., . .. , . ,t. ,,. ' ""' "" '- rer.lfe.1 by the meraliershlp ....' , ,..., ,.v, ' . . ,...'. I i f Met baulo an 1 OrienUt lo.lgo K of P of that Ulrand lHvlslon The Maurice Istu I ectompautea ! tut Knlghu of the IHatrtrt, an 1 rath Knight I wears a rosette and hedge daignetlng the name anl number of hia lidge The nnnalfomiM 'mtnnoersniiiapiMwio uui iiuihiuh n ka pectwl that the Knlf hia will arrive from Alex eudrfe by dark and perhaps reuxia until the fol -....-. lowing Uy, riRMClllAIMTlKM. CelnsabU lieMpltal far Wawien Aaaaat He pert T the Heard ef Direr ten. TheftecreUryof the Interior la in receipt of the annual report of the Columbia Hospital for Women and Lying la Asylum. The report gives a showing of the operation of tha Institution from ita commencement, March, 1M6, to the end of June of the present year At the laat aeealon of Congress an appropriation for the purchase of the present bull ting ncrnplad by the fioapttat, corner of Pennsylvania avenue an i Tweoty fifth street, waa ma le Accompanying the appropria tion for the purchase waa one for repair and alterations, which, with the amount oa hand, la lunvient to provide for the present alterations and give at an lance of room for the free, and a nnmiier of room for the Mr. Mtleat. The committee appointed to carry out these repairs of we mi iimn g consist oiuenerau k. names, J T Mitchell, esq, and Hon, Oeorge Tailor, who secumiine services or Mr Kdw ( lark, architect of the ( apltol extension, who has charge or the and smooth si lewalk, si eomt ared with the re work, an! gives hia labor gratuitously la rela- cent pat,look bnt the aur foremnner of the mu ... ...v .....ir -.. mi eurmies oi ine imrnrt that the people of tbe latter are unwilling to sup port their poor, the report says that the old city government and tbe present Distrirt government uaieuoneiaeiriuiiBnaretnwani men or the in MVf.' .wlbi. I.n'tltat'0"' we" Wrrt' rnM-1 ai le to the District, an 1 have made the necessary appropriation promptly ant generously, an! have In no way drawn on the oeneral Govern ment ror the snpport of their local poor By comparing the reports of this Institution for the last two yean with the reports ot similar Institutions In other parts of the country, it Wltl be foun 1 that, in proportion to onr II ted popnla llon, we furnish gratuitously medical an I aurgt cal aid to at least twenty per cent, more patients than are relieve.! at the hospiuis In Nework Philadelphia, an 1 other large cities. The lists of death that hava occurred at the hospital are very macn neiow the average, anl during the ,..; ,;..;;;;:'ii'. r.i" ', " "K? "r I'rr.B,",.0"h treatetl at the hospiut ills year Is more than double that of last year, and nearly as many as tbe four preceillng year. Tbe number of out door patients admlttel daring tbe year ending June 10 last was 4,10- In loor patient. 801, total. 4,DTa, number erred, a,-(N telle ve-i, mi, died, tl Of the toUl number of patlenU l,t33 were Aroer- lean. Ml. were from tbe Wstrlct of Columbia. 1,018 from Vlrrlnlft, aal It, from MtrrLtil :.". Vk .'. : r.:. :. vr. ;:"..?.".'. " nuralOT lM wm ruwl, Ultl tr, rt-1 mH. lb. ho.plt.i will nwmmndu. from IB M IM p.tlu. Al tl. pronl llm. tfe.r. u. but u Indoor tu.ou nnjfrlritment.illkoomitli(i number la usually much larger. to thk pi ntic. Prlwee tb. Tha Lvealag Htar Newvpasr (mp7. I shall he nenloQeiL! truaL br an Imn.rti.l f t BKHn..a ..t ii f,.t.ki.. ...-. . . ii iturium nn in , mi iBkiux "'tiir unci nonce of the comments made by tbe SUr In reference ' to an important case, in which I appeared as the senior counsel. On the first trial the defenUnt ( ! f Slr) plealeI not guilty, and upon this Issue the Jury reodere-l a venlkt for the plalnUff, I ami aaaeased bU damage at X3,0UU Ontheaecool trial tbe defemlanl nlea.le.t sneclaiir sccted I anl MtlsfartJon, and nnder this plea gave evl- aence to tne effect that they had published at) f apology, which was accepted by the plaintiff, and the Jury rendered a venllct for the defen lent. Tbe pleadings an I the evident eon the Aral trial ' differed from those on the aecoud trial, ft hen tbe defen laat Pie led not sulltr. or denied the . charge, he was convicted, 1at when he leaded accord anl satisfaction, an I gave evidence of an apology, which he testified the plain tiff accepted, no wu iimimi. u is rrue mat on tne prat mai the defen lant enleavored to iirove acronl and satisfaction, hut failed In the Julgment of tbe Jury Testimony rejected by Judge McArthur on the first trial wu admitted by Ju Ige Canter on the second trls I. From this brief statement it win lie seen that there was no necessity nor ! excuse for the slightest Impuution npon the In teltlgence an I Integrity of either Jury or the ron duct of counsel But tbe Jias thought proper not onlv to assail tha flrsi jury, lut also to apply offensive ana insulting epuneu to my brother and myself wbo appeared aa counsel for the plaintiff, an I u ssTsszc r "2 .r"'.,: rjrJs'Kisss " ' -.-... Forreaaoat satisfactory to myself I shall not rntrt. ir....ii. n m. .i . ... . k- violating tbe law I do not think tha I wil .u. tbera for libel, although Ihey might lie made to pay or apologia i have ieen a memlier of the bar for more than twenty ilx year, an 1 I do n t believe tbat It Is In the power of the War ti se riously injure my pn reaahwiBl character until.; oo,ilo,, ib.,lb. ion. ,' duty lomy client, an I that his character haa ineti vln Heated, and that during the whole traaaae tloa I r4aductd myself In a strictly bonoralle and professional manner, I might dismiss the ' ill Jet t without further i omnienL. I If the editor of tbeieeaue Star think It an acnievement and a matterof exuiutlunto Kiel an honest clttxrn.and after a venllct nf tiotsi agaloat them for ihla ontrage anon mivate rlirhta and pnhlle propriety to come into rourt aivl avoll retribution eveeffeiaeermtry, by plead ing an apology, which, according to their testi. mony, the thought satisfactory, desired to tie satlsfartory, and believed the olalntlff accented, let them exult. Ifthey think It will raise them la tulJIe estlmatltiu ia Uhel the toe h. renleredan honest venllct against them upon luepieanmga am tneevitience, an 1 14 lltiel ant insult the counael of their alversary, who ills- tharged tbelnluly to their rilent with courage, onuitry, falraes an! fidelity, let them continue to darken the pages of tktir lrt4y dUfraad Pptr upju which one Jury of their rltixsna baa stamped the seal of their con lemnatlon, wltb l IllingsgaU, ontll their malke la fully satisfied eitner tne jury nor tne plaintiff nor his counsel are apt to suffer from wtk nitlt. nuhiuhed in aucb a paper. In the esteem of a-ood neoole No man can be expected lo contend success- ' t0 manner an.1 method of Madtue Itulera fully against tbe aasaulu of a dally newspaper j dortr oglog an 1 light up her fat e with a time There U but one effectual mode of silencing aa J 'ylff tomb la such a canuu aa "Ariadne" nprtncipU4 etui tctirriltui editor, an 1 that tbe n nl,t hu not lha ympathy or an au llente laws of Uotl an I man forbl I I ryl In appreciatioa ueisls the "gift of I auk that the editors of the different oaners fifu" called "genius" tosusUin her In so fine who bave thought j roper to publish the libel fit the Sttr upon my l rather ami myself will. In a s int ot j usui e, put iisn this rani LDWARP C CAtRtJkfTOM. WAhll N41TON A IISKN Al. frrerllam New Oate at Ike Mela ! Irssee, Directly at the root of Four an 1 a-half Btreet Is the main entrance to the Washington arsenal, an I In order that tbe Ooreramrnt buildipga there located ahoul I not be ruade to look shabby t y their surroundings, the presldiag genius of the place aouie time ago male up bis mini lhat a new gate should be erected, to take the place of the oil wood structure which has for ao many years been standing. In order to accomplish thla the service, of Wr geaat Baa were called for, and he ha snore led in having trail, a gateway whieh W at eoee ka ornament fa the piao and a cretin to himself p a designer. The central or mala entrance U a loubie gate, fourteen feet In wllth The hosts consist of a fine granite allotment. In which are Bel two thirty two poun 1 guns, tbe I reech fitting In the atone These are ornamented with a beau tlful bronae eagle, and surmounted by handsome globe lamp. Tbe lower hinge la set In the granite liaae, and the u per one bolted to the gun Jest above the tronlon Tbegaua are made or two and a half by five eighth Inch rails, and the piikeu of inch gas pipe with hronxe apear heads The two Bide gatea, forpe lestriana, are similar. except In aiae, the guns used for uprights lietng oniy iweive-pouruier. rroiu the gateway to the wall, on either aide, la a neat Iron fence similar In design, making a marked Improvement over the oil woud pUket i Heath r Ir. J. prileelH. Tbe Pension Bureau clerks asnemt led la the office of the siiperintrnlent at I otlotk p m yesterday to Uke apt rupriate action In relation to the death of I)r J V Heatou, who had long oeeo connected with that orTUe Joseph Lockey, esq supertnleotleat, called fhe meeting to onler In a few fitting remarks, an I nominated the chief clerk, C ft Healon. eat . a chairman, anl the latter appointed a committee to present resomtiona or regret, respect and coo doleoce, whkh, when aubmlttetl, wsre adotled I)r T B. Hood, rblef of the medical division, who waa chosen aecreUry, waa dlret teil to have the resolutions rngrossetl an I proriy dlapoaed of On motion of Dr J 11 Hyivester, a committee, composed of clerks fruu each division, wasae lettetl to atteul tbe funeral of deceased after which permission was given to any wbo desired to atten I the last sad riles The KJwerd frell. On yestenlay all tha t was mortal of the remain or Thomas E. Urell waa borne from tbe home of hia brother M Kmmett Irell, to the Baltimore lepot, escorted by a large nuiuiwr of eur fellow nitlxena, among whom we uotlceil many of our most respect? I an I Influential citizens of Irish t irth Mr Th una R. t ml) w aa a young mad of ctnxllerahie uient,and gave I right iromUeof a life bf usefulueaa anl worth For some alx years past he ot cupled a most Important position In the controllers oftlue, Hrot kltn N V A f re uuentvlaltor to our ilty, bu genial disposition mi I kindly nature en learrd him to a large cirt le of acquaintances wbo deeply UeplirehlB early death In common with bis many friends, we ten ler our sympathy to hia stricken family 1 he remains wert auompauied to Urooklju by the wire, nn iren an i motneror tne tivteaaed Mr THE RIVER FRONT. OYSTER, LUMBER AND COAL TRADE (reward M harves and Cheap Prlees r HI. valvre-Hweet relate by the tfc1e. 1t-A elk Along W ater Htreet. Since the entire completion of Water street from Aeveoth to Foirteentn a walk along iu en tire length aay pleasant afternoon Is well worth taking and Juat now It Is don) ty ao, on account of the large norober of craft Lt anchor. Aa In the past, the aame old rickety wharves piled high with wood extern! Into the river, the aame ol I shed of flah an 1 1 e houses an I offices itlallviir lh ihniw. lint lh k&Ms Ia.1 i,i larger Improvement which must follow In the wake of lanreaMsl demands, of course tbe principal sto. k now lying at tbe wharves consist ot oysters, and If any cronf were needed that the rslftnt nf ttia rtlatl. iml iinii foa I of the bivalves and goo.) customer for the dealer, lt Is furnished I y furnished 1 y aitani xtitiiw of the fleet of punglea an I sloops at anchor wait ingtoniacaarg freight. They are of all slies, ranging In rapacity from one hun Ired an I fifty to eight han Ired bushels, ant have on lioenl all grades, from very small to extra large, aa Is shown by the prices, which vary from twenty Ave renu to one dollar end flftycenU per bushel The beds that aapply these boats are all In the hay ao4 lower Potomac and lu tributaries, ft. Marys, Wkomlco and others. They nsnsllr make two trips a week, an 1 each vessel haa a crew of issr "" m'"-"""'""""" - Aio.riM..iilciim.liM.Un. H. I. schooner loads of which are now Iving at ibe wharves These generally come from Aorotnac, where they are grown, and An I ready purchaser at present at three dollar per barrel Hereto fore thai vegeUhle for ft aahlngton consumption has been purchased In North tarollnaand Vir a adTeJ mS,? i " , Tlf ' SS ZZLV" ginia an 1 transporte I by rail, which, of course, eotl HUIom o. lh, hriTlmt !ul Id lb, commin- w. r.n pntrh,r "".f, """"""n " '" "'. " ""l", " lraPro"m'"; " "r (tortminnit ,M1 u '""" " -will..r wbo "....-""' . "" ""'" -""" "" pelled to transport the necessary material ly rail! but aloce that time ihey have learned the TmtOr BfttNOMT. aol purchase In bulk and transport ly water The class of raaUrtal thus Immght to the rltv enmnrlses all the i1liVrnt mr,lant iimh. Ihuh .......-. ,, , ,,..H tn ro,"tn lo,r" !o lhB Messed an I treated t locks rr"' " " '"' nM pavrmenist an i tne quan ,ltT necessary la something really won lerful to uninitiated. Theaextrlaaaof vessels I the coal fleet, which rtng this season la always large, anl famishes laatsor for a great number of men la trenafeirlng thtrarfirpf tJaaohuitotuTMnirnyiehoiil to vrmi ""' -u igingironi tne size and numiei of reasela nownntoedtng there need be no feat of a ci al famine In thla region during the winter, no nutter how severe It may be, although the present In Iteatlona are that It will lie exceedingly 'lliw Last are Tdt ICt TRtWBIJI, which, though late, are none the less welcome and ap rei iated, even though tbe chilly winds ot winter nave set in. it is a curious fact laat during the entire winter tb different companies are weekly In receipt of cargoes of Ice from the Ksat, preferring fo make their rontrmrt for the I year roun 1 to treating to the uncertainties of the Ice harvest In thla ntion. In addition to -The rtaases above mentioned there are several others la lea with dlgrenl stuff anl matcriaL prominent among whlih la st ne, awl farther down towards Se veirt hf street are the steamboat, which nlv un an I down the river, carrying aa everhangrng class of human aa well as miscellaneous freight ' .m---. -. . urn d IL. Hie inner la lit l ln at m-l n Ir '. ., , .. - Lv . ..", '!.," ,',. i u,, " lor trf entenalBmeal of a ( Si I m""UD ! ,ffM4W X mu" " The newslNiys will lie furnished with ticket upon applh atlou at the omce of tbe onng Men's Inrtatlan Association at any time after 1 ocl on Wednesday Dtmatlou are retiuestetl to t - "" 'h.rn.,o.h.f,r. l,Ucl..b.,,.Tbur.., l ' A3IUHKMIC1NTH. The ChersJ Cswcert. Unci In Hall waa moat eligibly filled laat night y a au Heme manifestly enthusiasts in appre- vistitmoi n toe wcu. wnitn tne i norais naa invited to enhance their powers of attraction Thl wel1 klllel tmuiie of aingera baa added I another ol ligation to the mauy mualo lovers havelieforearknowleilgedln the arrangement ol the two concert given Katunlay an I last night. The hundred wbo have hcanl Madame Hu lera- i uorff In thla city will remember her with ready ' wlterallon of the geuerous praise act oriel her In all our great cities. Anew ant moat grand. most classical style ot ct mpofllti iri ha been ln- I uu,uvrl ,UHf UUT rr. n" j wwisnie Kuderadorff, In perfect execution of which she nu PJr! a Itchnlqut unsurpaasod, united wltb utlstio fervor anl dramatic glfu almost I peerless, forming a method of lu Mt lu lepen lent I prrfei Uoo. The thrilling and peculiar time of nir untiringly flexil le voice, powerful lu the tlelkaU anddlnlculttomposltlons she haasung- capvcuuij .ue nswi iroiu iisyuu au i juozan, ,n which she haa won a geueral applause The Inlmlut le Ores or true art linpart a force ' )! unmarred an effort aa Mad me Huderadorff mble with elMtorbed feelings an I rffei live grace Miss Pal man sang wltb suuress most satisfac tory, and waa warmly encored. 1 he aria "O mou r rnaatl"waa sung with excellent expression, andatl beraeleitious werervtelved with great favor Mr Sprague, whose leautlful I ao voice roust place him among our moat promising young sing era, waa earnestly applau led, slnglug the song " UnrorgnUen," theracerr, "It AUOliey," anl the aria, "Delia IU," with delightfully easy use of hia smooth an I rich voke Mile Llebe baa unquestlonal ly effected a coo quest. Her unpre tensive anl graceful manner wins a favor wuIlu la 1m reasu I I y every move ment of her well controlled bow Her ex ecu lion of the "Araguualae," by Alanl, wa most perfectly expressive, and a well as the lie ve rt" proved her a genuinely gifted mistress of her noble Instrument, Tbe full and strong, line an 1 most delicately effective note wblcb she gives, without failure, la tomaealUona difficult enough to test her powers, are surest promise of a future bright with the progressive triumphs of her in f glorious art. All these artlaU will le warmly welcomed in ft aahlngton again TheNlll Theatre. ft e knew " Divorce " woul 1 draw Them was a large audience af the National last night. 1 here will be a larger one to-night. All married peo le wbo are hapy In their domestic relations want to see It ao as to shun the terrible troul le It ex poses. All unhappy married people want to see It, because It will teach them to make up their little and trivial different an 1 yet be hap y All who are going to get married should go an 1 see It, because It will teach women to "love, honor an 1 obey " an I buabau la not to lie rash In making fools of thsmselves All old bachelors want to see It, because It will tonflrm them In tbeir ronclu aiona to avol 1 the shoals au I shallows of matri mony, and all ol I mai I will not fail to go,f or It will make them exceedingly bap y lu a iuu of " single I leasetlness It la a aplen lid I lay It sulU every hody Besides there1 B ice In It, anl that auiu people who like to see the "devil to pay" In a " well-regulated family "Its full of trouble, an I tbat sulU peoi le who like everybody aa luvlly off Ibey are In fvt. It is a very Uking thing, an I those who enjoy lido nut regret the cost. A presented on the stage af the National, It la admiral ly mounted anl very effet lively anl artistically rendered All the strong point of tbe author are faithfully reproduced, an I the emotional an 1 tragical aituatlous am entirely ac ceptable, liecauBO naturally drawn Juntas tbey am Been lu actual life Ihe different actors baye fiieat nurlu, an for that matter (soils, whit h may be hereafter pointed out The ThearWfiwibiw. One of the largest houses of the season greeted tbe additional attraction at tbe Theatre Oomlque lut night. MiM Helen Hutiih, a Very superior dancer an I exrelleut singer, won hlrh favor, ami uadeacapiUlfalt There will be a curiosity to see this new ran II late for put Uo approval Jaa. teUin and Martha ft ren, In a musical Irish sketch entitled Barney ( ouruhlo," an 1 In the Policeman Frolic,- mads their claim good a actor of genuine talent. They are a decided acquisition to tbe company The .haracter bal let, arranged ly Miss Apt, entitled "Pa de ft ater Lllks" wa the best yet presented oo tbe Coruique auge, anl will be popular for many nignu to come uuceiie and uayionl, in a gym naatla parlor eMeruiamaat, performed their fat neatly and well Tbe whole ooncla led wl b a aorto-comle drama, by Mr, Thompson, called "High and Low Water," la which he figured aJ nose. TKxeu rer tne treat rjenent to the car conductor and driven Wednesday afternoon and evening la attracting much attention. FdBssjBisl Tteannl lletterw rXoclely.' To-night Lincoln halt will doubtless be erowded to Its utmost capacity to hear Edmund Tales de liver hia great lecture on Modern Society The fame of tbe great novelist an 1 tbe brilliancy of his renowned essay have awakened an Intense cariosity la this city to behold him on the piairorrn. we haxani very little in assuring those of onr rea lert who am fortunate enough to have aeau at thla lecture that they will enjoy a rich intellectual feast, one such aa not often falls to their lot. "Modem 8oclety"U one of those lectures which people never tire of hearing, even when the apeak er hu none of the oratorical graces, bnt when, a In the cast of Mr ate, he possesses a fine voice an la good phvaiaue. the pleasure of listening Is dout led Totlay I the mat chance to procure seats. Pref. Whitney's lmperoMatlena, The impression I current that the announce ment of Prof Whitney first entertainment at tne congregational church oo'ThankagtvIngrvc' Implies that the performance cornea off on i nuriav, tne tsth lust nihIi is not the case ftedneaday, the t'lh. Is the night set apart for tne nrst at pcarance Aa the in li atlona no are that targe number of admission tickets are to lie Bold on the night of ihe performance, those wno desire good scat can secure I hem to-day and to-morrow at Pa Up A Solomon's Admission tlckeu ran also lie obulned at the aame lace at the reaaonatle prlte of any rents, A really pleasant time la assured all those who will at ten I these Interesting an I Instructive entertain ments or the eloquent rea ler anl elocutionist, Prof Whitney MHropellfaM Variety Theatre. The patronage of the Metropolitan Iocs not diminish Howard and Pklnnerl talent, an I all the accessories Mr Heme generonaly sup plies, keep up the Interest them, an I cause large an I enthusiasts aullen es GEOnOETOWN AFFAIRS Tub receipt of grain yett er.hr were about 10 aw bushels of wheat. Tax ei ixootlc on the line of the tsnsl Is de creasing ami the shipment ly canal la muth livelier ftm Fralxer from Norf ilk, a- with lwin feet of lumlier to J A J, K. Ut bey an I l4A,iHit shingle towhCBttey Bros thi iitTrn. ArrtvfrL schooner I earl from Havre de Urare with lit noo feet of white lne lumber ror ft neatiey Bros. MR. johk narrirt left yestenlsr fir New ork, where he haa gone fr the purpose of meeting his daughter on her retnrn from Fnrope TobOrain waat rr The offering on hange yeatenlay were about s,M3 tiushela of wheat Rales, flout uahela at tl 4V, tMl nshela at tl.WV. 1,1 w bushel at 1 XSX, W buahela at It W Alarm or Pirr. Almut T otlotk yeatenlay morning an alarm of fire was turned In from box 9 caused by the bnmlag of a tar kettle on High near nrst atreet. The nre nil in other damage than to cause the win low glass la the vicinity tn crack, the heat being an great Runaway tester lay morning, while the horse an I luggy belonging to Mr K. Thompson was aUn ling lo front of a store on High street, between iwil and Third street, the animal became frightened aolrenrnwn the atreet at a repll rate, and before be was captured turned the l uggy over an 1 1 mke tne same into i leces The horse was finally cs pin red an I returned to his owner Proroeto New Raii road For some time psst the subject of bnUtinge braarh railroad from Oeorgetown to Rnckvllle, Marylaod, has been nnder const leratloa by the merchants of Oeorge town, aa 1 the matter took a turn towanl anion tdanch an extent that a meeting was railed for last Kri lay In onler lhat some positive un ler aUn ling roul I lie arrived at. The meeting was a failure, as but few were present It Is un ler stood that the proposition meeu with great favt r In Montgomery county, M I , an I that those In the county are wilting to aniMcrtbe lie om or the io niHi required to bull I the 1 rani h rniK comiTs. L, Maprewie I oart ef Ihe lallrtl Hlale. r Mom. M.v..i.1Plll4 o m The New Bedfonl an I New Turk fiteara Propeller Company, appellants, va The t'nlled flute. A) peal from the ( ourt of Claims, Mr Justice Strong delivered tho oplnliu of the rourt afflratiag the Jujgiaonl of the sail Court of l lalma In this cause No. 831 Arthur Leery et al., appellants, va The t'nlted Htate. Appeal from Ihe Court of Claims. Mr Justice Kiel 1 tit llvt red theilalon of Ihe court am ruling the Julgment of the said Court or Claims In this reuse No SU The I nlled Stales, B pellauta, vs. Philip H. Justice Appeal from the Court of ( laims Mr Justice Davis tlellvrre I the nj inlon of the court, reversing the Ju igtuent of the said Court of ( lalma, and reman ling the cause, with directions to dismiss Ihe claimant's petition. No. WT John T Del ma, plaintiff In error, ys The Mrrchanu Mutual Insurance ( ompany In error to tbe supreme Court of the HUte of Louis iana. Mr Justice Mlllerdellvered the opinion of the rourt, reversing tbe Julgment of the sal I ftupreinelourt with costs, anl reman ling the cause for further proceedings! In couf nnlty with tbe opinion of this court. No. tls. Henry Oelricha et al , appelleuU, va 8tchcn J Williams et al A peal from the Supreme Court of the District of toluniU. Mr Justice Hwayne delivered the opinion of the court, mollifying an 1 affirming the decree of the sal I Hupreme Court In thla cause No 164. Mary M Kearney et al , plaintiffs In error, va. Leasee of Tboa. O, Hanibory el al lo error to tbe Cirt ult ( ourt of the I olted HUls for the District of Maryland Mr Justice Hwayne delivered the opinion of tbe court, ant rutin g the Ju Ignicnt of the said Circuit Court In this cause, with cost. No, XhJ, James Bees, plaintiff In error, vs. Wm D Ooull. In error to the Circuit I ourt of the United Bute for the Western District of Penn sylvanla. Mr Justice cuffnnl delivered the oplu loa or the court, reversing the Ju Ignient of the said Circuit Court as to reman ling the cause, with directions to await a venire facias de nova. No. ax of U T law rtpencer Hmith, i lalntiff In error vs. Hamilton J McXNmI Mr Chief Justine Chase annountol tbe order of the court, making the rule to show cause, Ac, In this rase absolute, an I granting leave to the parties to flle printed brief wilhlu the first sixty (cm days of tne next term. No.xsl Lewis M BUrr, appellant, va John R. Lamb et al, apiMlIeea. Apteal from t Irrult Court of United SUtea for the district of Oregon Mr Chief JuBtioeCh delivered the opinion of the court, affirming the decrree of tbe sal I Circuit Court In luls cause, with cosu and Interest. No. 14. BeniuelDakman et aL. apiwllanta. va Charles ftawyeretal Appeal from the Circuit court of tne cmted huics or the southern tiis trletof Nawork. Mr Chle Junlce Cbaae an oounced the onler of court, rent lading the onler heretofore made In this cause, dismissing the ap peal aa I amrmlpg the decree of the sal 1 Circuit Court with cosu and Interest, No. iTt. Ittibert Dillon, appellant, vs The United Bute The argument of thla cause was continued by Mr Assistant Attorney (Icoeral Hill, of counael for the appellee, an 1 conclu ll by Mr J P McPherson, for the appellant. No YT4 The Home Insurance (ompany, i Iain- tiffs In error, vs Lyman Huchltrger litis cause was submitted oa printed arguraenU by Mr L. Trumbull, of counael for the defen Unu in error, aad by Mr M II Carpenter, for the plaintiff lu error, on the retonl without argu ment. No. tin. Charles A. Pipes, guanllan, Ac, ap pellant, va. Aristide Milteutierger This cause waa aatHnltted on i rinteil arnmsuU hy Mr Thoa J Durant, of counsel for tbe ai pellee, an I leave granted Mr The Hunton to file briefs fir the l pellant la tea daya No fli. Jeaae ( ftllltamt, apellant, va ftm Baker and No uo. The C elar lUplda and Mneoart Itlver lUllroatl Compani et al appellant, va. J( hn II Martindal efaL The argument of theae causes was commenced by Mr fho Y ft Hiiro w, fir the appellees. On mtrfion of Hon Wm Evan, Charlaa J Seaman, Jr, est., of New orlt rtty, was admit ted to practice a an attorney an I counsHl of this court, A IJoaraed antil to-morrow al II o'clock CrlMltial Ismrt JaJae lacArtlmr, This rourt was engaged a follows KatfJJf lawklus. Indicted f ir assault with Intent to kill J CprnplM-li. lnbl ease, after dispute lietween the d fondant aad Campion on imard or a steamer ou the Potomao river, ( ampiiell ran and fell Into tbe mat blnery of the vessel au 1 waa ao woanleti that he afterward tiiel in the progress of the rase It wa shown the man fell Into the machinery while tbe steamer waa below Port Washington. The Court aald the place waa out of thejuria dktlia of the court, anl dlret ted the Jury to return a venllct of not guilty la the case of Juhn ft fc-ble, hsrg with forgery, a mllt yri was enuretl. a Hie prose cuting witness la deed. The argument for a new trial In () itrlea s rase was postponed nntll thU niomlng Aljournel ( Irrsilt (rl Jde (Vtrttcr, This rourt wu engaged aa follows yeatenlay: Pntcb vs. Uavage Judgment anlrmiug Jutg ment below set aside oa the affidavit ot dafendaut. Puwlerva, Ureal Kails (ompany At tlon by Mr Fowler for services to the Oreat Palls Ice Company J lie case im upled tho while of the lay Police t start Minor caste engaged thla court yesterday LIQUOR LICENSES. INTERVIEW WITH MAJ. RICHARDS It cm sons Mhy He riheald Approve the Ar- pllcatU af the HeatawrmRt PrerrieteT. Among the mnttltn llnona duties Imposed upon the auperlnten lent of police by the board, proba bly the most trying lohlra are the reference for report of the cases oi nqtiorneaieraor restaurant keeper whose llcenam the lioanl have, for rea sons best known to themselves, declined to ap prove ft eek after week the report or proceed ing, aa furnished tbe city press, mentions some rase In thla category, and forthwith the Major la beset by the applicant, an 1 hia thonaan I an 1 one friends, each of whom are fnlly prepared to pmve that the place ror which license la asked Is now anl has ever been the moat onlerly la the neighborhood, that the moat minute require ments of the law have been compiled with, aol that the Jealousy or 111 will ot tome nelgh!rla tbe only poaaii le grounds on which the reason at le request for approval ran I set aal le Juat now there are atmut forty of theae rases oa tbe tat le of the good-looking Major, an I each mom Ing he holds a levee an I listens to the argumenu of the claimants, whh h, It must he admitted, are more of the persuasive than logical onler, an I while they may uiner in tne mora aseti an i con struction of ihe sentences, always sum np the aame Yestenlav morning waa a good one for these callers Hardly had the Major got sealed in hi chair before there rame a gentle Up at the door, an 1, In response to the " Come In," there entered an elderly ct uple, whose looks and mannsr plainly betokened THI HIIXMAH Tbeoll lady ensealed In genuine style, the old gent timi ny an i whiotij wiiwuni, n m hanL The Major, I uslnesa like, aald, "Good morning" then queried, "What can I do for your The anawer to thla queallon can he Imagine 1, hot It cannot be described Faster far than a streak of greased lightning rame the wonts from that old lady month, the only Intel llgltle utterance lielng an occasional "your honor" an 1 "license," which w ere thrown In aa a sort nf compromise with the fast departing breath, and answered the purpose admiral ly. After about teo minute the official got a chance to make a few Inquiries, an 1 ascertained the location of the place where they wished to ron Inct the hnslne. A small shanty In an out of thc-way aectl m of the rtty, where they kept whetmavbe called a grocery store, but where tbe principal stock 1 a t arrel of the hard stuff" an 1 a few era ked tumt lers, in wnicn it is neait nit In aufflclent quantity to enable them to live, perhaps Bave money anyhow to pay the one hundred dollar license as require i y taw In anawer to the question put him the man (when the woman would allow him to speak) aald lhat he kept the moat quiet, orderly house that was ever in the neignnomooii, mat u ne mi not get hia license the neighbor woul 1 move away anl he woull lie entirely mine I Then there followed a plea to the Major, an I after that they were allowed to depart. After them i ame A ntCTOt, anl the same performance waa gone through with, except he became the least l It excite I that his inherent right to brew, sell an I drink beer ahoul l le interfered with But thla was only momentary he retognlied the Importance of having laws, swore that he obeyed them, urged the MsJ ir lo be kin I to him, am! woun 1 up by asking him out tn take a little beer There were several others dropped In on the same erran I the last being a well-known Heventh street firm Of course he talked lotel- Jlgenlly ami aensit ly lie wanted to know juat why tne noant nad refused to api rove the license He wa tol L Then he denied lhat such a cause existed. Tbe Major Insisted He changed uck Ulked hl partner an I barkeeper It waa possllle they in ttht list c tl me It, Imt he never did, he hail too mu h ni uiry lu the concern. If It wa I roven to him Hut such was the case he woul I discharge the I arkecper an I buy out his partner a Interest. 1)1 1 Ihe Major think the lioanl woul I approve the lit ense then? Tbe MsJ ir didn't know what the lioanl woul I lo, an I aal I so, after which the gentleman left, a his prodet esaor had d me, without making much hea Iway or getting much encouragement, anl the Major conclu leal when he wanted evl lence nn the sul Ject he would seek It from par ties whowere not quite so directly Interested lu the But Jet t as the proprietor themselves. HUMH.NIIOIUIIANH, AmnmhI Heel In ef the New C barrh I alts. The annual meeting of the slot khol lers i f the New t hurch I nl m aa hel I at the r m his i f the anion lat evening, at T W o clot k sum HVt (Tennis, fc i " ch i t o .t. . t. m l Th.miin.wU.ii.iiinierhj.hnitita..N VfJ lnd LonlH'o lnerfhan who 1ms prrsl lent of the union J W Hunt waa elected rhalmian, anl C tu I rent Is secretary of the meeting Theaet rrtary rea.l the notice oi tne meeting pnl llahe I lu the National HxriBUCAN The annual report of the trustees, detailing the work arromj tuned hy the union during the iu int. wu mm irwi t no niu i mr open to the pot lie dally aloce January 1, having lieeit open only la th afuraoon and evening prl r 1 that time A full 111 rary of the works fo SwnleniM rg an I other New Cbunb works, anl UI lea well stocked with the periodical ot the Church, end most of the popular magaxine,have len maintained at the pleasant rooms of the union during thl time On Hun lay evenings meeting are hel t, at whh h selections from Hwe- lenhorg on intr resting theological ttiplcs are rea.1 and dbu uasotL The 111 rariao haa also kept I on han I anl for aale for the lnent or thennlon btKikaanl tractaanlthe theological anlaclen ha. wrh. -f rm...j a.i.,,1 -r.- . title worts of Fmanoet Hwedeolwrg The ex pensest.f the rea.1lngvroom are ld bv weekly Imatlonsaul-MriiiedrorthatiHirpoBe Thepub- Uahlng work of the onion haa len mainly tie-. votetltotheedltinganlrlnUng of a little perl oilltal tlevotetl tn the InteresU of the New Chunh "The (loot) Tilings" whit h lt was! recomrueu led ahoul 1 lie enlarged during the coming year This pnl llcatlon Is tlevotetl In part i to the uses or Buiilayachools,eathnumiiercoD ' Ulning leisooa for each Sunday In the month, name.1 gc utlenirn were elected trustee, for the enauingyear.vlti John mix, tl B. Donal Ison, Hals ted and C K. Prentis. The meeting then adjourned FreMpt AeiUa. Oa laat Hatunlay the lloa Alex K. Hhep henl, vice president of the Boanl of Public Works, mad a contract with II II ftarner, a attorney f or B. II Hill, United HUte army, for the lease and purcbaat of tbe east half of square TBI at the comer of Tblnl and II atreeu north- eaat, eonuining c),ooq aquare feet of ground Early yeatenlay morning the reoKwat of the Western market lulMluga, at the comer of Twenty first an 1 K itreets, to this Bite waa com menredun ler the direction uf Thomas M llow man, an title l IIOTKIJ. Arrival lewteWay urtf Hal. iiatii A Itenrr. France (I w f sltti. Tei liAMiHlell I hila-Wi hUA H Crt-br Main iitMiJltirbsrdM n j bit Tl Vniipir, ClucinuaU inoO. lbmiHU Md WTTIbbsla do IIAfladwi kjCbkaKo H H Filbrrt, pbiladelphU Tt f tLiwdnln. n v jJ:!T "iu'J?"! VA? n Mr ntt.h., Ifihiui Twlfriynna VkumESRm? tHJohuNewVurk Mr M RnoVjr, N Y (rh Mrs Ksnnedr.N t V Crr 11 lYsdeifaia Iai iiiui Plill Hon J I nuIiAfsin M W Wftalker Uwa warns, raiu VJ'wU-r, niluols KBB1TT HOISR. c nsrit i aiwi J ilirVuqitl II MraYliJanBl Oent! V m lip ll'l'Tll I .1 Charles D At woo,! Wis A llltcbenrk New York ii u iiaie. i J I, imnn a ml, oo lanBinm, klo (I B Umtr do imr tltii (leo Itirhinm Ai wf do lir V, F Till sis. I Hinltb(sileudr Is W F Lrvertiur, lUttlmoreJ W, IkuJej-. New Vork AMooti u Mil n uAonaacune Jr to FM Hitler Albsny Wm. Preston ft f Clblo A U Nswot lub. New York! 1 a Kullef, luOlsJt II 1 otiey I MIm Hmller. du (I Mclh usl I. N rlh Car a W II III ky Teiaa I VsubltH, lloUsod tUiParWr wile, NY ST .AUES,(KUOrBAII ) M 11 llinir Msrylsiid WT(lii Hsu Pmr A !rsi. W.ryl.nJ L W knubsll. UlUluo PKemiiuir U)tou,(ihi) ftmllKnix do FAUIenuer llostou JolinPitii do A fteU.htwter. New York K Wilde Ohl tha West lislllninr fi PCrminborel. Hen kirn PAJobum-ti tbwttiu ru-i U rimri ui ju rt, Otnin 4lt-lrhla J hiiflare. Mm imrf u do W II (lit mmJcIu 1 iulllni t H Liaisell, Msm A Cot k 1 hllstlelnhla I Lk 11 I'Mlllltllff u ll J Hi iiiturste lUlllnj ir Pit icuer iiultblsud HBTROPOUTAM hoteu ft in M FUlier New York A L Anderson Dot W II d HroiM is,do Ooy i A Hadler, Ark (i K I itlier do J if Muucka JUUUuor ?iife' ", n r aut uvi. uy n u uauupiij. ui 'ii u i rtimirn txiacora wil WllBtiaAj wile, do 31, sli,ria ,1. lilHlUVIUIVnitI is A WsdJls k wife do Mrstjenusuaiiibildnpdo F HUrk wf ruild do WOMorvu. tlmo MUs Mails HUrk. do a P CurUtisu A wf Ulau 1 bo Hit Cols Ud KATIOMAt. I II ( I ms Phllsdelrlila Mrs Hi n (Iko II OUdhigt J n H Morton, do New Y Tk JNI Ibort, do MM Anns Imretl do tl 11 Niuiiiiwr I I V f Iiwru. ila tit hi uvriusu. i rft Wlkersudfsiully doplrvsinsn Jr d Irs UsuMusndsoo,(1l UsolIVl try, tlirM aasrus tin t ims riiu iwiuni ijor until ii )! nuts i bt Mrsin b, Sw Jry ii i iiiuiHiiw, nimutir :atkMvllu- UT Ulld AaUHQTOM A MUIsrd U Uron MsiiooW P Fsalman ft fam, Oa u m iwvtr wns, ow vi ij jwnrft wifs, Iowa W liuiuitisqi tt rids i W lllhusii, do j Iifsii, AlsUiua uf i lniM,N Y J II ft llhen, Tiwland wllHinrih do W tl lirt wni, pblla arball JaweJUlonnJ Inftslub di lieu Kuf i r mil lluv AlftrBlikll Jawll.t Jonn J WiV Uott ft wife, MY H fcUlUn, UoODectlcut iiauuiwH m wuv, wv DISTRICT NOTES. ACTION hFTIIK tlOAJlll l'.Tf.l!DA . Niwrmr The superintendent of street wa directed to cause a pump on Rhode Island avenue, between Blxthand Seventh ateeeU northwest, to lie re moved and the well tilted tip riattrr sramtid, Chas. 3 Klnsotvlng wa allowed permission to lack a cart over C atreet anl Louisiana avenue, In onler to fill with dirt the two avenues to lie pavel provided he repair all damages. TTNiNl RXqCKST. John Tynant request to hare the whole front of hi premise, southeast comer of Hixteeuth and L atreeu northwest, pave! from bull ling line to curb, waa not granted. W ARTLARD ATWWTf KA BaritettA Co. were notified that It lathe wish of two thlnlsof the property hoi ten on Marylan I avenue lhat tbe aame lie paved with wool, and that their request to hare tb ran tract emended accord inly cannot be granted1 action arrnoTRD The action of the chief engineer waa approved In directing Mr Fit xpat rick to take tip an I lay a small quantity or roUile la the alley adjoining Thomas Lewis property on Llghth street east, between O and II north, which will remedy the drainage there to br rodded Mr J H Knott, In reply to a request that the northwest corner of Kant Eighteenth Btreet be not sotded,1ut paved, waa Informed that Mr Cluss report that It la not a I mines corner, ao 1 hence the general plan ahoul I nt lie depatelr from, an 1 the request la denied Tilt HIW WATtRHtlK Messrs, Emmart, Hmith A Co., contractors, commence this rooming to lay the new con lult fifty inch main from the gate-house at the upper reservoir to Ihe lower reservoir, aal expect to complete the Job In a very short time Thl la Ihe largest slxe pipe ever laid In the District TONE IN TTIE CANAL. J C Wall wa directed lo have the stHies In the old canal along B street north taken up an I fillet! at convenient point fir futnre use, aisi, the atones lo the wall of the old canal near (I Btreet, near the Oeorgetown work, anl ran he oed there much cheaper than stone alreairde llrered MR, M. J PATH RRijrXAT Mr SamnelJ Davis, In rei ly to a request that hia hoiiM on D street, betweea Seventeenth; aa 1 Eighteenth street, i raised on the lou filled, waa Informed that while the boanl Is disposed to do so, it rannot lie done at present, a Mr Col Una, who haa the work. Is now too I usy lo at ten 1 to It, WOODEN WATKR RllOOT The superinten lent of atreeu waa directed to Immediately repair the wooden water shoot from the Junction of Kleventh atreet and ermont avenue, an 1 running to a polut on H street, half way lietween Ninth an l Tenth street, to answer the purpose ot sewerage until another sewer rau be constructed at tbat -o(nt. flRAT ANDtlNtl The rhlef engineer waa directed lo cause the contract with Messrs. (Irar A King to be amen le 1 bo aa to Inclu le the laying of a 84-lnrh egg-shape single-ring sewer from the maah ile at Sixteenth atreet an I Massachusetts avenue along the south al le oa N street to Mlanabee C-foot newer at N aal Seventeenth streets, with necessary man holes, trap an 1 laterals M t UrnBttN CONTRACT The rhlef engineer wa direrte I to prepare a contiact with M J Leughllatoleyrobtle-atoae pavement, set cortt, aol lay footwalka andgut ten on Twenly-aecon 1 street, lietween E an I V Btreeu, en P atreet, between Twenty third street and Irtish aVenite, anl ou (1 street, between Twenty-eecon t an I Twenty third atreeu north weat, also, to put In trap at tbe northwest corner of Twenty first anil K streets, an, northwest cor ner of Twentieth an I K streets northwest xirrrxrr Mr John F Conk, tn reply to a communication caning the attention of the board to the alleged defective manner In which the contractor ha lal 1 the al lewalk on the ntrthalloof K street, between Fifteenth an I sixteenth atreeu north west, wa Informed that the Inspector report tbat be an I the contractor have tonf erred on the subject, and It was determined that It woul I n t be advlsal le to relay tbe pavement at this late season, an 1 that the contractor, promising 1 relay It early In the spring, agrees to ihe with holding from him of surmlent funis to pay another party for d big tl e work. In as he fall to do It MlHMlMi lOllstJIlP IILIUIIANT. Prbbly lUrdercu' by IlroaJtvnr Thieves. Superintendent Mlti, chief f the Louis latllld detective, nrrhed In Ntv nrL on Hunilay to asrtut In erarttilncr for Mr Oeonre I lecn mining si noo llm 14tli ln-l Detecllte 1 BHffh con Arms what lias Thi n aaltl ut Mr ' ay a forrinoet (hmIiIihi In Imlst Ulc a rocUl ami i nsincss rlrrlta. lie sajs that the mis sing merchant was wMilt known na a gentle man of lioiieetyr that lis family rt Utlon were Hie happiest ptMwdlle that tic was worth , uami ., litlr tn a fnrfhno. The e! relive ndds that tie wa n! a drink Infr inanr tbat ho new r was Luown to awn elate with gamble r or abaiitl nttl Human and that ti wa tmc uf the rwwi careful tutu if firiiiluff attiualiiiancea he iter knew Ikttttlte Ullirli M-ouls the notion Hint Hie lulaslDjr, inirthaat has abset mlcd with thu money (then lilm tnwitleafrlrnds acctmnt, l"' lua K" uml that lw I wiirth twtlto tltms " "uu w,mif "e h tmi i kriii I y so tl Unjr IH! lIf ". 'V tMt '""' , Uh liU ff1?l".fSi,lf!J,:"(! "' lowiWle, and Ut he walked off the whanca Into the rlter whUe Intoxicated la Ul-prntrd 1 y the fact tbat he neer was kiitmu t.! U, UilutltaltHl aul was jwrfoctl y aotwr wlim laet ami ly Mr Martin at tlie Drandrrtlt homw. The dt-ttttlte Ulleti lhat Mr Pcny has been inunlcred, Ho thluks that some iw-rmm whom Mr 1'cay met after his arrh al lu New York waylaid hltu while lie wa troliur from tlie Urandrclli House toward the Su Nicholas "J lccfyod lilm off from Jimudway II - ttant WHitt tnit an acquaintance ruul I ,re(lwI ft UM nat tllfl mtn lM Urn A tnl or that he has' al -tctmilcd Mr J Spec 1 Pear, brother of tbe mUln menhant, anl Mr IJtfavelte Jneenh. wbn limrnevmt In tliU tltv to asxlat la the search started for luls TUln laat niirht, ItatorUvo lillh will remain and rAntlniie tho heantf with tW New York THU KHIK FK11IT. IUv I J Ml rNhs Uaatlel llrew. IFrora tbe New York Time J tt la said tbat Mr Drew waa caught In the tran j1 device of OouWa, which wa ingenioualu Uwaj Oould wen! to Drew a few weeks ago. mu puHcicm uid unBiinij ui -mngrtng" tne street on Erie, In which tranaacUoa the latter waa to appear at "m Mr Drew Joined In with the Idea, ao 1 went to work secretly to Imy up large hiocA of Kri, looking them np In safes a fast aa they were purchased The stock- In thla market wa soon "got hied up," and a consequence, th price of Erie began to a Irance (toul I also bought Krle largely at low figures on J0"1 ' ff l " largely at low figurea oil ihe a tart, hut abstained from purchasing any when It began to advance The Block ruse to I M), and Ooul I "uulneded" his entire Interest UK. and Ooul I uulneded his entire Interest upon Mr Drew, thereby nntUug a ronaiderat le irotlt. Mr Drew. Ignorant of the Iwd faith of bis ally, and won lering at the large quantities or Krle stock whh a oontmuMl to flow In aa he ket t on purchasing, " went It alone," an I wa making fair lrogresaln lulling the maiketoa hi own ,tif 1 ros la 1 ulllug the maiket oa bU own ' -n. when Ooul I turned a new rani In hmeiwialiite I Vtllhthefactthat Horace r Hark. Aumiatu HthelLand the an ilert lit )arty, generally were eu leavortng to ol lain control of Chit ago anl Northwesteru stock, In onler to get the mad In their own hands, au 1 buj ply the uiliwlug link in tbe great rallniad chain to the ft est, II thereupon formed a coalition with the Northwestern clique, -and going to Drew, wbo still supposed he waa helping blm to bull" Krle, suggested that, aa a I Uod Ui their real operation. It woull lie a goal j lan lo Mgo abort" In North western, aad there! y throw tbe street oa tbe scent. Mr Drew, relying upon the Julgment of bis quaadara associate In hrie. aoqulescod la thl arrangement, merely Raying that he 'guessetl it was safe toga short of Nor"wet, and it might tickle the hojsto apttktlatela somethln'uew " His brt ker executed his or lers, an I the design was accomi liahed ihe attention of Mr Drew absorbed In the succesaof the Krle I ull move ment, and while lie waa web lung the rind o( the slot k, he paid little attention to Northwestern " 1 he first that he knew or the rise was when the price advanced from WW to, to iu a slugle hour near the dosing or the Lxihang for the day Mr Drew became alarmed, but it was too late to get out of the acrajw, and not reallxiug the strength of the opuwing roinhlnatlou, he ton riudel to holloa and await the Issue (kjull f iuu I that Drew was tr& ki an I kept away, oc cupylngbls leisure luoiuvuu In eugiueorlug the Thk filiukers. It Is huM, am not ao far re mot wl from the vanlllo auddoelresof this world aa Bomo of ih.m would bate us tUete In aplte of the rlrid ot llhacy w hlch ba hero Uifure tctn aruiilliml dom uf bbakrrdout, there baa Ucu a rtUUIou among tha younger and more j r(igriulu oftbuhCct Tbe jiui Kresslto m t onlj arc Inlcnt unou matrimony but tbey acorn the Imitation of tho old logic toctaruattf, pcrsuitUur In tlalmlnt; both an ahldto plate aud a sham In ihe property vthltb their ban i hateowUtotl iu accumulat lut; The jdc u of Ihu rogruslt e la that Iho extcoaloii of the ol 1 fogy dot trlno into a unl versal religion would eventuate lu the cxtcr inln ii ton uf tho tootle, a result nulilar theo retically or practlcaD a rcllglou oue i physician. .