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THE DAILY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1872.
MrriCKN F M W AlUFIlTlHliMFNTM,
rem hint ft furnished house of four stories.
Cm roi j. rutx proiwrty un Capitol Hill In for
Tni National X ctcran lun will meet this eve
ning A totku min desires a situation In the drug
Tn fair of Liberty Lodge No , K of 1' , ii Mil
AMtrKHonooQ I street, lc tween Fifth and
With, for Bah,
STwo tuMfcou. coinraunkating rooms, fur
nutted, fo ren-
MODnriRjon and toy steam-engine for sale
by 11 r. lie aplrr
O. Wmc ir, grocer, hu received a fresh supply
Till Hoard of Trustee, of Public 8ihools will
inset Tuesday evening ,
A brick noting on Fuur-attd-a half street, be
tween Hand I, for Mle.
Tni copartnership of 1 fchanahan in I II
Waither ha iccn dissolved.
VoaiALl abrkk homo on Connecticut ave
nue, 11 ween II an 1 1 streets
A RKdcun xintira of the Minnesota llepubll
( an luoi latton will li hel I thin evening
Drem tioonn tf superior qualities at M
Shutter A llro a, H I e ntisylvania avenue
nt i noisaon tour-and-a half atreet, be-
tween L Blreel anl Massachnsetta avenue, for
Urkkn A tl u aw, auctioneer, will pell, on
Thursday, lH ember IV at 4 o'clock, valuable
x. L.Uam A cu auctioneers, will sellto
dav.at their auction-room, Pennsylvania avenue
aul Ninth street, carriages, wagons, Ao.
It Ft troi A 10.1 sale uf unredeemed ple-lgea i
wii continue every evening this week, at a
ii clock, and particular attention la requested to
iiiiuik. in) I'nrut uia.r niiriiLiirii rriiriiru 10
the sale of diamonds. One gul I watibes, ami
Wu bMmi.114 Ninth street
nve la Ilea as general agents, to travel fur a New
ork Ann, also nil? ladles to canvass One ,
general agent for Virginia. Ladies can make '
fHMn lao to t:& mf i mtrtkiiiirini- thia n.w
article Thla opportunity is only open for live conlance with the established niles, can coin
days. Call at the Continental hotel, room . plain in the least of the treatment they have re-
teited, as it has ever been the Intention of the
Tniinr Timuiin ih marhat .it,.,i u ndlclHi to do all In their iwr to ameliorate
furnlsh-d at the Uanton House, on Fifteenth
nireet snu ew tors avenue, aiso several nanu
aoyiely furnished front and back rooms.
Tub new tolonnale Hotel, FhMa leipbla. P.U.
is only fonr blocks fnnu the Cathedral.
Thk new (ullonoale hotel, Flilladelphla, V.'
alnlhe vklnity uf several McihodUtchurttie
TlIK l.ATIWT HKNHATI01
It Pt'ti b Bottom liaiiers
U Ni HUtchnl Boots
aj Ni tltuHalf Boots.
V, no t iistom Ma le
M U lies ButUMi (lalters.
II Yenih Kid Button
l ao chtl Irenw Buttim
hite tlsttera an I suppers
ltuiitnr Boots snd Hhoes, r) slzs, at
II ei List xv, 409 Hevcnth atreet.
I t)eirge CiimlNt, 9M Pennsylvania avenue, ie-
s. s wTitn iE
...27. !. .Irljl
xmi iiniii ui i i rum nirrrii
flnet French candles at the
enM per pound A call will satisfy
Is selling the same goods which are usually aol I
for TO cents.
1 11 tHlbC
fins Tennsylranla avenue
lmr nnnivrv ir .i.h ...
ll" ll.?E?tK?.: JU?,"lll
wearing apparel leaned In a itrst-clawi manner
mi Patent Uffl.c W rrofeXr w ii ein
satlafaetloii without fail. Kl J gloves cleaned nice
a i iiirp.
1-OR MtlHT Unit 101 1
HOXK MAIK HAlHAUI
)0 TO FtBHKT
Northeast ntrner u an I Thirteenth slreeU nortN
Sewing Machine la the heat of all. The perfec
vmhi uiium h vuu ma ih vi (nwKi-. crea. rango
ii wiiik, r- ui 1'jK-rt.uun, uoiwiesn. (or more
urartjr bv man boj u.ner anuiue macuiue.) sen-
IJUHtingteuslons, simplicity and durability of
an aiin ii mi rtuaitni ill anj otner luacnine
Office, 90S F atreet, Muonlo 1 em pie
M P AUAMsAtU, Vgenlt.
innriLMi-m ttukth anuwini
TntHHTONll l.orv l'tarl Tooth I-ow.lorla th.
ratrri. facth worth KNowirn
heat lientnlH. lu HMi It keeps the Teeth clean
ent wnite.ant inn guuis eoun l anl healthy
imu an a nnpnirmi-i (in iiiiivn innnrr is 1ST
TlinUHAalV l.tlia.l.. Olilllna la aiVnillalfa It
"" - "i - .vnr it
-.iftens, liitlilcs, an I sirengUicns the hair
I'rh - tS li(l fill I ntil
AU for sale I y Druggist
,,akt !23Vus? 1notE or 4 8" &-
,) It A MtVitilh .trr la niw rnlnln with iri.
liriruil ami flnal i .,ll.u tlt-.n rtf whil..! Inlhlni...!
- v. ....in. vv.i.i aui. u. niiini VIV.UIUH HI
a.hrrw ,la. rihllnn thai an lat aaun lia th . l.
ThVrepaliu'o'nof IM,e,t.Wl.hment I. lU,S'n
u.liui .nl auccraafnl lin.lneaa i.reer, ilurlnir
iilllilll, II.. lirilldllHinillxl lirjlin I l.tll ine IBU
Ihallioolherilothlnuhcinaelnth, Dl.lrlct of lo.
Kuiilil. c.u tom-l. wlllt II either In Ih. mh.
fu t that no other estalilinhment i an aril u inr
1 nr thai ltrant aaiaajhn thu iln. Ir a! XIauhh u.i. .
.tn la ainini iininiitiu .mi ..n... ...
..net, n.l .1,1.01 .loihlnl hr .ini;, .e.,ih.l
Jlne.1 rlotha, te.llnin .ml otrniminira whkh
iirysreprrpare.1 iu iiiskeupiiiasiyieor siipe.
riorvxidleme Their .utter Is one of the best
Vhei? rllZ'lV ViHn..t rr2L .h? l'.",
tilLlnTn? i t. nm.,,.' Th".1
nrt.es L he Tverv owLwMle the anialni
..iVinV .m.nnS.rhi i. e "J1"1
quality are unapproachable
. llOYH (1LKXU4KIKS At
Irgn Souths lllengarles, Ijiw
Wh k ' Men a (llengarles, I l'rli es,
t LtDEMiN A Hho.'b,
bua Heventh si , three doors alnive E
ft ix Drkw Ktrm n extensive stock, all
sixes ITIlcs frwm fill to tan
Al H tan A to v. Hie feventh atreet
The tt hlntD Ity Hf lna nuk,
iirnier of Seventh atreet and Louisiana avenue,
pays 0 per cent Interest on all deposits Depos
its can lie made and drawn at will.
CniLDHtNl and llos
Large stmk at i lose prices, at
A Hak a Co h, bis Seventh street
liKOWN Kekhit Utkhcoatm. at
kidimtN A lino Si,
WO Seventh ateet. May Umlding
oik Pi lliivr otkiuvat Is serviceable snd
"t A Haes A lo,81 eveuth street,
VKiMKiumDthat Hun II irace (Ireelev was
insure l for over IHbussi, ituiNsi of which he
was amiuglii the Asliury Life Insurance Com
imnv of New ork. renrewntl in thn Iiiairtiti.v
ml Thai K Freims office, room o a colum-
1,1 an I iii llama l.w Hull. tin.. It will i .,.....
hcml that we a Uerti-ed the payment of IU hsi
- ... w...v . ., 1,1, H ,, nn, inj iTllinil-
a, i x'inii ii -ni hid uivui noil itooenj ureui,
letcaseit, Issucsl hy Ihe aoe company
Nntltinnl Hvlng Hank,
nnier of New ork avenue and Fifteenth street,
ptttrsa percent, per annum on deiMMiu for each
..aa M. n i-ana n., ..imni, r... ,i..Uu.u. ..-... t
alendar month Hanking hours. 9 to4. Hatur-
lays, t to and atos
a . I,. ' Ah. I a .. a
t ft, K 11, I2
JIN IK fin, i m
IB, tin. fit, tin h)
t Ha as A to. n,8ia Seventh utriot
1-lKRllLACK Hoehkin I'ANTAiiWNH for 1 flii,fl3,rvl lent that he wm la-iorlng under great ext ite
$13 an I tm An unusually Urge assortment oj uwut. a. his fate nervously twitched, hla bunds
hlxes, to tit tho largest au I siudllcat men ouo pwwl unenjily, am) his llv Bwayo-I to an I fro.
prueonlv (Hoi IIi-ovimi t he was auppurtnl by tathers Mesnilo nl
Drctiiv ovtnoat al a
V Nns A lo,
Ii r in- a m pernor l t of imiKirtel henwy
lleivei cloth anl Meltuil Over si-, all c d rs,
I ir .', Ij.i (.is an 1 1 i Hovan A Lot,
MT seventh street
(UKMiARTOR Wish LOAr 11 ue Heaver tassi
iiteie lined, at 113, at
A Mak A to V.814 Bcienth street
Hellgionni trllaalan, V
During the pant week a prutriu ted meeting has
been hill at the Columbia school house, un ler
the a moid s of tbe Methodist Kplsoonal churt h,
an I the presi ling el ler bai Iweu nfflilating On
Thursibiv evening Ihe preaihen failwl to put In
heir PieratiM win h at tlrst treated some
iiMppointmriit to those preseui, the majority of
whom were vouug men Ii wai finally dm J led
to hoi la iiieillng with mi tin allot any I) H a,
one i f the yuung men oilli uung a 1 1 one bv one
the juuug nun aroHe spoke thir Heiitlmi nts an I
rprcuacn a orni le iu nave a imue usns n
Hhlill was put III m (lie hv selliug
expressed a denl le lu have a Itllile Uans formed,
Hhuli was put In i m (lie hv seiimg anart
IhunnlaTevenliigoria Ii weuk fir that purimse ,
1 he laillin present all om urrcd In the l lea, an I
expreued ii.ciiuwh.ib highly pleaded wlih the
meeting Iln beluviyiir ol the younj uion was
rslenlav alternoon, while Mr Kinlle, tn una
panywitbhla servant, waa driving along I enu
eyttaula avenue lo a buggy, ihe horse Teiame
Irlghienetl snd started lu ruu atarapllpaee
niniiB, prniituo i nn uic uannci ui iiciug
thrown out, JiiluimxI from the buggy at the tor
tier of U street The hurne uitiuued and upon
rrai uiia uiitina ui iiitbk mi'- mmnu tnrinii
and Thirteenth streets. I hi lnur ft tl (rum tin
buggy, Btlll holding on tu the rrlim, au I waa
dragged several feel before xtn sting hluiaelf
He a as picked npaudcarrlei uiioiht Irugsiuru
of bulwistle, ouruer of 1 wetflh sti an I IVuu
ylvanla avenue, where ills lujurie were dresseil
To il&in alioo nf the Metropoh hi p
rlaurhunh, llpltol Hll! tukes pla i i
ThaFrealdrnthisbe n luvltuU, aiaj "i:i
i rrt w
iutentin or being pi irui
Iter It. I! Full man, of New 1 irk it x n rn
a rttary of lha I ul versa is t general joiiv nu ui
"-.'i.'".'.."""". ISKSS.. i..i.m hut.i
in Uucoiii hall will t held to-niomwe.euiiig
iii tJlSwVJiST &!ii!r Vw-SiT I
THE PENALTY PAID.
DAnNEY WOOD EXECUTED
llracrlplleii f ili TerrIHe II rasa aI !
dm la About the J nil mrA An Immense
Threw ef VUltere 111 taaragraNai
Icath neclarailan f laaaeeace.
1 caterday being the time act apart for the exe
cution of Barney S owl, there wu much more
than the usual stir In an 1 atiout the Jail, anil even
at an early hour an uninitiated person could
have dltw erned that there was something of more
than nil nary Interest to occur l)y eight o'clock
a ffng of persona began to assrmblo In the neigh
borhmnl of the gate trading to the front entrance,
and Its number was augmented m the Uy wore
on, until at eleven o'clock It ha I grown no great
that It wan almost Impossible to keep It In order
Tim roLica AmuNGDHirre.
Aa In other cmpk, It had tHen decided that no
one should l"i admitted unless armed with a
ticket of a imlssion, and In order that the outer
gaurd ahoullnot t-e crowded by the "mob' ofll
ten were stationed at the gate, ao I each terson
required to show his ikkel liefore entering As
the crowd grew more dense a detail of officer
were placed outside to keep the sidewalk dear,
hlrh they dl I hy opcnlnga passage, and as eaih
penwn passed up toward tho gate ho was set
ii on by his frlen Is and aennamtamea with a
rt uncut to try and get theiu in, a request whlh
wu useless, as at that hour the warden hal tie
i Med that under no rlrctiuistames wool I he Issue
any more permit
IN THK yakh,
crowding the walk ami tmkrl like herrings as
faras the Jail door, were the Imky ohm who. It
the all of tickets, hal itassed the outer mai
and who were ilaraorlng and otiatTlng with the
officer on duty at the inner for not admitting
them ao that thev might crowd the rooms and
corridors of the iniil ling and Interfere with the
nli-lili lint nithp nailntniir thratala wM nf
I at alt, an I they were om polled to reuialnntslde
until the arrmngemeuu for the execution bad
within mi jail
there seemed to he a feeling of depression per
meeting triom who hal ieen atfinlttol The
anien an i guarus eacn wore a solemn 1001 ami
acted in a nrrrons, peculiar manner, which they
vainly tried to conceal It seemed natural that
the terrible drama In which the decree of the
law and their sworn duty compelled them to
use i an snou hi msie inem reei ine rennons .
btltty But there la this about It that no primmer
who han ever been connned wlthlnthe Jail, either
for great or minor crimes, who has actcil In ao
'h eonlltlon of prisoners, especially in casea
. ' i ihj ..wi-,
i I tiir wARniN ornct
sat nen LriMker. auietlv atten tlntr tothemsnv
I nils tnatle ujmti hlin by loth hli autionllnatcs
",,,,, ' l'rtle. In his mouth, an Insepara-
t le lompanlon, wai his well known pine, and in
his hand the familiar lane Aitonl the room
wen scared the vrtemn pftvsklan to the Jail,
lr oung, aula few lmifii si gentlemen whom
ii na i ihthci 10 iki i uracil, uno in a 1 1 lion.
there were several repreneutailvesnf the prwm
oiiiieiuv ine suonuci air in wnicn ineton
tprwitliHis were carrltsl on showed that thr
gathering. acustomel as they were to scenes of
the kind, felt the all nerva ling awe which men
usually feel when stan ling at the threshol lof
TltB CtTfORMfKD NAf
arowe aNmtoVl ck, after an uneasy alnmoerof
three hours, and spent fnnn that hour to B
o'clock In cotniKinr wtti thegnaMa and making
preparations for his death one of hla requests
Mini that cant Torrcns. cant. Coleman, cam
tnxker and Mr Woodward, of the Jail guar.1,
shoullaaa-i palllesrcrs huut 8 olok the
heawleff-lronswerenemoved. at which he ex-
I'" .""f L l!e ,,Ie, to " ln com
parallvely booI spirits
A I KOTKtT OK IKNOX RNCR.
In a conversation with a renrescnUtlvo of the
t,lnr his time the f illowing iNissages m up
' Have you anything to say to ad litlon to what
you sal I ite.onjT
After a pause, t.-l replle-l. "Well I dun no.
oi in my ironoien lie insie. me seven limes
that dav lie never di I such a thins I fore.
an I after getting me In trouble he came here to
see me twice an I shook hamU through the bars,
saving that he woul I stand bv me sit t do what
he roul l forme that I stnult haiethe best of
(oun-.fl an) then he went away "
Hep ! have heanl that you -ute-l that you
were akcd to fire the bull hug,"
Wood "No I never was loll to do it, but 1
heard a party say that he would have It d ne I
a-nt lntn thla Intnlil an that t wmiM tint tu.
able to tell There are three or finr others who
Know aa mucn ai i no aooui it, au i sooner or
uier ii win lotneoui "
Itep "Well, have you anything tnoretosav?
-,, .I.. -LBn-L. 21 .ai?ni I
Bit I that Was WhCn OeSflfoM CaillC CiCSSforr
tol 1 me that I Jtme nenr-h.ioUnff him. mllh.l
only ammunition for one load There was not h
ing in it liut powder
TIIS euOTTIIAT IIII KD CIIKESICSIAN
.11 1 nm pihiw fmm ih ii. I hm in. ih. .( i.
I of the house -
H"p "Why, who do vou think nret it?"
Wotnl "Homo one knows, an I that may conn
Iwp "Tho ellence was that you wcrr st the
ah, ..a ,.n II,. I k..u n.. .1 w
n,., ,Uw n,.rl, .,., v.... -i-,iiiir.,ai,iviiiinii
WikM IM jou think I had it lis hit heart to
V. Ill lr I hnHim.it inn ih-..i.nK u I. .... I ..
kill Mr t hcesi umn, a mnn through linn 1 ex
eentwiore tnat day? l feel sure that l did not
Ore but the once that night I forgive eery
i ...i .....n .,.. ..? . ' . t . J
i nut ine once insimgui i rorgive eery
it 1 snail ine an innocent umu, I ha1 no
.- . .j ,...... ...,. ,.,.,:
Abool thla time he c.lhil fur the rlolhe. In
WhKU h. WM tO I tlUlleil Bill lirtMtPlltiil III
Jreii huuair ih i.re .111111111111 it the 1 mj
?ffS ol raaSnial u'rVoianSS. whl! iT.
.i.l l.l... .. ..Iirt,lin"
hn 11 iKTiitrtaw
Sortie, l " S hC?Z 7i SSf hl7.S.V
'.TeS ... Inktm I. Th.lr.me .V. h I. , ,""
well Hulnwqiiruilt hla lirothrr In-law ui I . few
frlen la i.UeJon hlin .11 1 rem.lneil lor .few
moments tsl.tit half past nine iter I-alher I
ttlnl arrlml. anl .fur .nen iiim u.,.. t
w.'ih hl1," w ,M,1 el"W"wl "' to visit ihe
-h Prisoners, a renuest whiih was grante.1,
V ""IMJ with Captain Loleman he ma.le
TlIK MIKKIVTril IM.
Biwmcn neiiaiu goo.i hye to the inmates. To
... ., ........ .....,
. Tcunini nerviiigaurni mr aisauu, ne sal t
Hillv. vour time will l mil notl unmih anl 1
hoie that you will l a good l-or " cornrii re-
plied "1 will, Mr Wood" u Ilrleii mi John -
m m, comic un i or murder, were liut night re -
moved to the dungeon tells on theseconl floor
Woo. eald toOIlrlen niowl bye, I hopetbat
WH Will lnwl In llna . ".ml iillvin ..lli-.i ,1
- -. . ... . .., ... ... ,i ,, ,..,,.,, ,
h ipe so, an 1 1 hoie that you are prepared John -
Uin llmk. Ithl ... VI Aibl nn ah ....... k,. .a..
sonsK)kellrsttoooil on the appro h of the
latter. SSVlnir "Mr Unial. mail ninmliif air
ojnJ answered, tinwl morning Joliuson
fi in "' ,ou ve "ul Jrjur Iaiu with
" ood replied, I hope that
. ln Heaven" Hoth men were i
affected, hut ood liore up mm h lietier than
tould have leen expeaeil (m returning to the
room be was left with Itev Father Wlget, an I
.n,u, iv uiwn hct ramcr .m ic lit, ui oi
Matthews, an I Father Mesplle, a missionary
Prtesi, arrlvcil, an I shortly after they admin
latered to hlin the sacrament of the Church
aiuii sn tux m ivmMi
Atiout 11 10 o cl Kk the doors were opened and
, the imwd, to the number of atiout 4oti, a Imtued
'to the north yard, where they were arranged
aroun I the acaffol I by the strong detail of police
A couple of omcers hail been stationed on the
extreme north wall for the purpose of preventing
,,lfl ruwd of lioya from cllmt)ing into the trees, a
dutv which thev nerformeil to th-, miilfatiim f
all. Tbe tope ami upper windows of the U-atrect
hnnava wra khiwI.,1 with .U.....I. m... I..l..
-.---- -....., .ik-iiivm na,., .-.,,,a, iiiaiij ircjUK
Ilea, who hel I opera glasses in their han I1
man, Ii is xal 1, realize I fully f vt by charging an
a 1ml uii ni rve tu parties who were deairous or
wltiicHslog the execution
At precisely uoou anlen c ro ker an I a few
OT ine tnianla. aiwiniTariiilwl l Itlu nnriiuhiii
t,t?VI ,ne ,.,,J' lreM. prweedeil lolheroomln
Willi n in ll.vl,l.l man itfaa ..111 htI.Ii hi. mm
Whil h the dootlleil man waa .fill with hla ra.
Ilglous frlen Is. heu the jiarty entered lie was
standing, anl the warden advamed, ami, after
shaking han Is with him, aaid "Mr Wood, the
laws in fort e In the District nf Columbia devolve
upon lue the unpleasant duty of carrylug uut the
-entente of tbe law aa expressed In ihodotu
ment I now rem I Ihe warrant was then read
Worn I. ilurlnir the. reailtm-. liv tha iltlm if
Father Hi Devltt, continued to pray, but It was
n":1 r"."7' ,J...rVl"r 7," ?" .
rlmir hit either of mem Hpeilal liffirer U lillle, who
tbn Cnnker then lnfonnt-1 liiiu lint hln n was near at the time, arresteilJuhnson and con
nuesN ". to' cat Homw woul I .H L ' ' h.' to !"iUrt;ri,w!..rtV. was
Hiii,.Ht,iih tohi I. ne reidieii, thank ju!
I he . lergv ihui resiimwi the prayers, au I om
of the guar I piumued his hanH Ibis over tbe
stone step into the Jail yanl (Jen Crockor in
tbe alliance, rather MtDevittclad in hU surplice
next, then two guanh, then the primmer sup-
Girteil on either si Ih by lathers Wtget ant
esniie, anl last two more guar Is Father
Mcllevltt was s iiemnly retlting the litany for
the dying, the response twlng made by the other
tlrrgy an I the prlnoner As they entered the in
t lomire thu ulit of Ihe staifoll aeeiuml to
frighten him, and a scared lookilaihedacruaa biM
iace, nui me prut muiion moveii siuwiy on,
crowd matching with bated breath the soli
01 THE HCH0I II
Wllhiierioui in ad tin miihi were atcen le I,
ihe entire imny iuiit timiilv ffe toil Wood
wan plat ed un I r thu r iim and ihe othera rajige l
aruuul themalTolil ihi prlistaioutluued their
praver, au I Un oitl iali imiloned his legs and ml
unfed ihe roMj mIhk hli neck I here wad mine
fear expressed by the hyatan lent Hut he woul I
not be able long to atan I the terrible strain mum
his nerves, but tbe tearful duties were men irully
'quickly performed, the bunk rap was drawn
down, the signal given, an I at U II oe lock the
irup leu wnn a (nun, an i 1110 aancnuuaga wcreiu
Alter the fall the IkkIv gave one or two Jerks
and then became quiet titer allowing It to hang
for fifteen minutes the imdy was examine I by
tub mtna.il. a ur yiru
Urs )oung, C M Ford, Iash h, n Arnnm and a
lew oioer J nrsiciana, nno I'miiuuntci ii iicb I
hut It was allowe I to remain lunging eighteen
minutes longer, when it waa eutdown and idaced
in a iiaiiiinuuic rimewutai uiuin i n ui.a '
b uu i ioli.m t-uru iirukuti, but thu features weio
aliiiinl Is id as H tin death had beeu uatural
I lie lutlin Mat iriULtd mi a stan 1 near the &tbI
iowh, uu i tut irown an
. . i ,
I lo pais by aud ,
At one o lock It wa Uk ll into the office of
the Jail, a hi re tn-
wen i in I Kit 1 1 v Hcv 1-ath r bUti i at the
( om lusloii i f win h ttit -orpse was tiurnu to thi
luarai lu waitmn ml titu pail-beareri with a
fiwfnrmbi if thi in nv tn ritrrlKgis pro ie le I
it Mt 11H t cm tu) wiitr tin. i ul a w
With thi exreu( l, n utaui4t) fruiting wmn the
inn. was sprung there weru ii. in. ki.t
v , jua "a jht
i ui tnathld frlen iMdlluut givoiin
..-.B.....a,i.h.. i.-. .. .
"" i "" " "-" 1"' -'. I
It may he mentioned that about II M o'clock a
messenger arrived at the Fx ecu Nve Msnlon and
presenteil in the I'restdeut a letter from Dr Mor
gan, who hail on several occasions attended
Woo I, In which he stales that, from his knowl
edge of the man, acquired during a professional
acqiialntanie, he was satisfied that he was In
sane when the deed was committed, and that If
he ha t been la the city during the progress of
the trial, he woul 1 have testified to the fact.
l ne communication was supplemented wnn an
appeal for clemency, but without avail, aa the
lTf.irient hail directed that It he referral to the
office of the Attorney (leneral for flle with the
other pa pent in the case, whl h was done
L1TY KMAM. TALK.
The sales nf cattle at Clarka bog-pena Thurs
day were iiBftwtne, ate1, cents,
(lor t'ooke has removed It, 11 Jonlon from
the tmsltlon of commissioner of the countv
at hoola from the Fifth district.
J ricnUmln Meels. late auditor of the Board
of rublio W orks, will visit Florl la for the licnedt
of his health
At a meeting nf officers of the Htanton (luards,
hii I at the t.oliimlilsn law hulMIno1. Lantaln
Marshall wai elected major, to succeed Major
The Southern express, on the Alexandria and
Fredericksburg railroad, leaves the Klxth street
Jenot at 10 53 p m twenty minutes sooner than
the ol 1 achetlnle time.
Holmes K. Oifley, of the Nary Department, as
sertfl that he dl 1 1 at h three shad the day lefore
yesterday In his bath, and If Ihey had lived until
next spring they mit$ have weighed three jmunds
II BsrlKht Smith, of Arlluffton. a. discnv
e red a mineral mine on his farm while surveying
his estate on Thanksgiving day lie has gone to
New York with a specimen of the mineral for the
purpose of bating it tesie-i.
The engineer's office of the Board of Iuhllr
Works has Just completed two maps, prepared
nnder the direction of Mr Forsyth, snowing at a
fiance the aewerago svstem In W ashlngton an I
lennretown, and also the street pavement com
. The Mount Pleasant Olee Club gave a delightful
hop In the village sdiootdionse last Thursday
evening The ladles of the neighborhood itVleil
the charm of their presence to the festive scene,
and were active m promoting the happiness of
all present. The mu-l wu splendid, and a One
supper alw contributed to tho complete sikx-css
Hhall llmcbe I'rcli-ed fer Ik lenrla
Thf rrmlar meetlnff nf the Hoard of t Ire Com.
missloucrs was held at their rooms last night, the
president, a. n. naacr, in ine cnair All ine
members present except Mr. Wallace,
The report of the chief engineer was presented
an I ordered to he Med With It he submitted a
nnmlicr of bills for the Incidental and contingent
expenses of the department, amounting In the
aggregate to nearly $oon The bills cover a
period of several months, anl were referred to
the appropriate committee.
A communication was received from the Board
nf rublic Works, requesting the lire commis
sioners to have certain telegraph poles removed,
as they interferre I with the improvements of the
streets Referred to the superintendent of tele
Mr McDevItt Inquired If there was any fund
n iw available to pimhae horses, slating that
three of the animals had recently died He
thought that the lioard should take measures at
once to supply thlr place.
Mr Baker sal I he hAd no doubt of the rlsht of
the commissioners to purchase the horses, but
he donated the propriety Just at this time
Mr McDevItt said the duty of the imanl was
to protect the Interests of the people of the Dis
trict, an I In order to do that It n as necessary to
A very lengthy discussion fotlowed on the
subject, each of the members expressing his
views when, on motion cf Mr. Booker, It waa
agreed that the committee on horses and the
chif engineer till upon the (tovernorand ex
Filain to him fully the nm litlon of the horses now
naervke and obtain his a IvKe as to the advlsa
blllly of purchasing new ones
Mr Bayley, from the toraiultteeonlulldlngH,
reported that the committee bad i are fully ton
si lered the ilalin of Mr II H hearle, architect,
anl consulted with Messrs. Adolf tananl J
Fraxer as to the propriety of the position as
sumed by Mr Sesrle, and imth of the gentlemen
agree I with him that the bill waa Just an I proper
The committee therefore recommended the nay
ment of the bill The report waa concurred In
Mr Booker offered a resolution directing the
inief and assistant chief engineer to confer with
the water reals trmr In reference to the removal
of certain Ore-plugs in Georgetown an I not re-
iijwiiis: in cm A'lonuii
On motion of Mr lu
thorized to purchase am
necery for keeping the papers an 1 ret unit of
maoim? iicr wima inw ixjani Rujuurueti
"TTK HMtl lATIONH.
I llarylaml -.! UlrhlHN.
The Marylan 1 Ik mihlk an Assocutkm met la-t
!,,,,, B I larka ahall tatitj.mll T ItH.n I,, ih.
n'a" VJ V?r V. V"". A "'Ii1 T ,,rtan lu ,he
T n hITr;n-nh.nmiT . i,
Ihe treajuirrr ahinttttol a rrtvirt ninrrrnlnir
the recelntsan I exoenscsof the nutitli mi-iinir
hL,i ., Ifci l-n,.-,. hall nrl,.,7a VA it.- -..
I ?.(1 ' V "J1 ' rellowa hall previous to the eleo-
i W&XZ " "SlV,a ltlS V?:. .,-
Mr (lihMtn, treasurer, reported that his re- ""' "1 summer, nave auicer-iei very well. A
ceiptson behalf of the campaign fimt wereltw. few eugur maples have siiccuinln-l, this tree Ik
anl the expense $19. II, showing an etta-s of ina n Mill tni y in quite saiW. loriir
, r A aniwl llIIPI wuffeml lo iheionsiiuuiim
I "" r IIIIT-II ! Illirrni If) I1F I IHIKI1UIIIOI1.
nnolntiiitra tniiiiiiilttinl iwiiiiiitraiwiHirtaiiiiii
"!' '' wa" lain UTf-r
Mr uirn i,IVp,i that aioiuiulttior ihr-o t,-
i tl.in , .... .- . Ih iNll.mr,i .,,...,.
Hon to take part In the Inaugural ceremonies,
, .n,i i.i,- (ii,inr..ihP,i M.r.i.nii tV. i
with themon thatocialon a ion(i
WMessnS,.vi "mckman .ii'TtiS, were ap-
point til m tne commlttee.au the assoc ation
,,,,, , Vonimutee. n I Ih." iniiuin
nw. ,ii ... ..... ....
' lh? "''"'IW llcnil.lli.n WAto A. k l.tlnn
I '.""J"' "'""'j. ?! .! .'.. ?. '1J"A'. "..
from the lonuulttee on lonstitu
,npr.iHh..iin.. .hi.h.... ...i
t ..... .. ! " . V. .. .. ""'; a I u I ci I
nm. a,H lai.i ihia .int.r i?. t.i,. i..... .-..
t ;:..r.". r..:. "" v:.' ".T" r'?i" ""1-1
Ti mple about the mid lie of ItUM-V nt
.After the tn.n,,rtlon of other rouune Im.lneM
'" """o" '"""rt
IIIUIIII OF IIU.tl.Tll.
HrrlinK li.t M.kt
i A regular meet ng of the IhMrl of Health was
held lut night, Ur C t cox in the chair, anl
Ur U W Illlss secreurv
Mf Uugston. from the Bpcclal committee to,
Walt II tiotl thu liinmltloa nn Annrrtnrlallnna In
. ,.. .., .. .... ,........ WH ..,-,.,url,..io,i. .
mgresa, reported ne tin seen the ihalnm.ii of
inw cuiuuiiiiee ami aiso ine inainnan or tne
lllHtrkt Lummltti4. anl that Ihoa DiiiUinn
I had Blgnlfll their willingness to meet the Imanl,
I au I retmnien lel that the presi lent of the
1 iwamoi iieann name aiiay wberrit will he con
venient lor the iwanl to meet with the commit-
Mr Ijinmlnii mninul that lha n.l l...t i
-.. .- ., ...... 1-, ..... ...u rn. 1VH. mra I r-
1 quested to coiuinuiiiite with these commit tees,
' ,..! nam Ih. lima .vhAn .& I.AJ .tl ...-!
and name the time when tbe lioard will meet
With theiU. Slid ftlito til InirltA Ilitvernnp I n.iLa i
acomany the Uianl. Agreed to
The health ortlcer read tbe following para -
graph from the floston tHffrmalionalff, an I do-
uicd the truth of the statement;
i "Kraallpox Is not quite ao nrcvilent here as in
Hoston.but it has increased with the cool weather,
I an I there are from fifty to seventy-live new awn
a week Home nf our authorities are afral I that
the facu will keep tisltora away, and are trying
.0 couceai inem, nut mat is extremely siiiy as . uuumi unless the hrancbes exhlhlt a certain de
Imsginatlon Is always more than the reality gree of regulartly anl uniformity of growth,
Mr Langston offered the following resolution whkh h easily secured by proper attention to
Ilftel, That the sanitary police committee the plants during the period of their llrstdeiade,
be. and U hereby, directed to Inquire Into tbe , but illitlcult to estaldlah on trees that have been
abject an 1 report to tbe board as to whether It subjected to half a century of maltreatment and
may not l advlaalile to reduce the number of neglect.
men employed by the board aa inspectors of With a view to Improve, In some degree, the
street, meats, marine products and clerks, an 1, present con litlon of the ol ler trees throughout
also, aa to whether there may notbechsnges the city, they are being pruned, hlch, with
made in the service of this lonl generally, ao , proiier attention In the future, will ad I to their
as to secure the best results under the law, and
that aal.l umiiiltlua maL k lh.1. ran..r l,h.,...
.w... ... .vHa..,a.w v.vkw ...v., inin . nitiiuui
The report of Loruner I'alLcrsoll fur thu month
v. ivi.ium- n m iev!) nun imuunni ilia iliirilla
that time eight Inquests had leen hel I by hltu.
Theft nnd Amah It.
Last night, about seven o'clock, a tutored toy
nameil William Johnson made several attempts
to ateal some turkeys which were plat ed In front
of a grocery store on the corner of Fifth and II
streets fur sale. Ills action wait noticed by the
nuiia ui nm iviiiiriui, mm ine; aKTVlrl llirni-
l?Ih'.Si lrt'',l,1" fun'Puriute,l ''Tlha young
' !? , UJi.!!
L""n ' . b Vu'w"."e,h?'tnrA!, ? 7r
h 1n1,,n" ' .VLLVJ.f-,MrM,J J.u.rnw.1
anlBred at the young men. hut luckilvdld nT.i
"' ;" " PT "2" CT.I unf2?a hriSJ
f,l"l1I"w turkey ,,fl WM " ' "' lor h"iT
Ilcltrr than 1 vrr-
When, hy care and good Judgment, a person
un is uut ui sivtiicui uiing me it re ire ! a very
natural one to let everybody know it In order
that the advantaso inev lie aeneraltv inlnn.ii
1 his aiounu fur an much letng heard Just now
aiMiut aiertaln tlothinganl merchant tailoring
establishment In this town as one where all us
turners get the very best clothes at Ihe very
i heapest rates It Is also there that gentlemen a
furnlahlnfrsare hu untied fmin a iiink hvwhiih
all are suited It is quite suiiertluoua to mention
the name of this popular Ann, for every one
B.B.n.hu.l 11 .. Lab B. .. ..a .B. -.. ..-
knows thatl HeckerACu are the gentlemen re-
ferred to, au I that their store U located at No
3dl reiiiuylvaiila avenue
The I air.
1 he fair he) I by tho MUters or Ht Iin ent still
continues rew fairs have uffertnl so msnv Milid
attraetlous, aul every dollar expenlel tin U a
han jni euulvatent, ln a 1 litlon to the pleasure
always found In al ling the most worthy of causes
an 1 ad Hug something to the comfort of thu utile
eiied who, affllcte I bv death an I want, appeal in
this enterprise, through tbelr excetlcut nroteeu
ors, fir the help whkh all the gcuerous must
cheerfullv give an;
nura' "uiy a i
P1' e ' '" "' "tn"n.
neerruiiy give sua an ine nuiuane leei to he a
nrigiii ani most coiiiiurtaoie
i ohitervatlon anl refreshment
(audi tellow hall
Heath fa ttrll-Kuewa tlrrrhanl,
Mr John It Mit hell, well known lo thousan U
of in i luzeni as aiiimiir the ol lent an I moat ra-
oei ,uuie dn-gomU tuerchanis of 1'euuaylvanla
mciiuc, (ii i at ma lain irai iliilo uu i aircci
j.iiihoi, avni ,f-i wmir t i,c uinu.t i,i B iaiI,
family if brothers, Mr Mitchell entere I busliiis
mo in nBMningion ai au esny age, au i inennii
of Heme A Miti hell will be remembered by
iu uriy ail of tin ol It r residents of the Itv I i
rlght, liomst and u m lentous a be whs, hin
diathnlHDi deeply rcgr.tte I tn lurmen uitiU
iirli- Hit tun r t ii funeral will i f iu i
an i her iluiuii
rot ewt.r Tyudull
In uvr I I liouit ni w un in if
le tuna havo nruve I how Utile albd rri iin
men lull in of the ourst uf le tur lu progreis
by 1'rofi it I u Jail a require I y n nubJiu .a ,
..hn. ,,..., I. ., labium l,k.Tiinlil I
et'um, I a. uu. iriiu. iwiigui
Itepert ftf Farhlng Camml-!.
The commission of gentlemen Invited by the
Bonrd of Fublla Works lo toinpose a parklnf
commission, and who by their ofTh a have entire
charge of Ibe trees and shruUiery of (ho Inn trie t.
have prepared the following Interesting report,
which wu transmuted to the board a few days
FtR. in answer to your request for a detailed
atatement of the operations of the parking com
mission for the year ending (X tuber St, ItfTS, 1
have the honor to submit the following report
One of the first steps taken by the commission
wu directed towards securing a tract of land aa
a rescne nursery, for the preHcrvatlon and prep
aration of trees and shrubs tor street, avenue
and park planting
A portion nf the grounds attached to the alms
house having been appropriated to thla purpose.
It wu at once put In lit ling condition by drain
ing inauurlng and deep an T frequent ploughing,
1 he a Ivanugea derived from this arrangement
art many and important. Trees can be produced
more cheaply when purchased In quantities, an 1
those not required for Immediate planting are
stored for future use, where they are continually
Improving In value Ily this means a larger ae
kctlon of choka subjects are umMautiy at Ols
tMim the rink of Inns after the hlsnU are nlared
In their permanent positions Is reduced to a
minimum when thev are removed immediate t
from the reserve for, even with the greatest
i are In lifting and packing, many trees will fall
to grow after undergoing the casualties of dis
tant transportation more parthularlv lu the
tue of large trees an I thus a greater degree of
uniformity, lth lnlhefnn an I future growth
ui tne plant is, uy ineee means, secureti
eaiKcnoN or txkkk.
In making a selection the following qualifies
tlonswcre deemed essential In a tree for onil
nrv street an I avenue nlanttna
rirsL A somewhat compact sUtellneM and
symmetry of growth, u distinguished from a low
second An ample supply of expansive foliage,
of bright, early spring veil lure, an I rich In the
variety of colore and tints auumed during I
- Tnlrl ,.!rtIhln?wV, Ur " 'ln exempt
from constitutional disease, as well u by mala- I
dies frequently engen lerv.1 by iHjcullaritlea of
soil an I atmospheric Impurities.
Fourth cleanliness, cnarattenred iy a r
slstencv ef loltaire durinir summer, freedom from
fa ling flowers, and exemption from the atUcka
of noxious Insects.
Fifth It sboul I be cully transplanted, of mod
erately vigorous growth, an 1 not Inclined to
throw up atioots from the roots or low.r portion
of the stem A tree of extremely rapid growth
la generally short-lived
With The branches shonld lie elastic rather
than brittle, that they may wlthstaul heavy
storms, and, lutly, there shoul I be no offensive
odore from foliage or flowers
There is no tree that fills allof these conditions
so eminently well as does the silver maple (w
ttajiycarjmi,) The Aruerli an linden, UtntAmrf
Imm,) European sycamore maple, (wr pninlh
)infdNM,) and the American elm (wnttis ArU
mm) also meet all the requirements where the i
The tulip tree, iW,4rs 'niKAns, ""gar nTiipVnted Committee from the Potomac i Henators W llson, Logan, Hcott, Uwla, tune
VjlVJTir Tihla'i w",na, Boat Club toarrangeforagrandbaUlhlswInter ' ron. Ferry, Howe, Hitchcock, anl Uayton, ami
imwr is iioi auitjrvw m in -- wi in nm-.
are among ine mos. oeauiuui ui irees. ineirouiy
drawback tielng that of not growing freely after
irannpisnung, uniew speciatiT prriiareii tor ine
operation, with this precamU they are fmt
less. For certain immUIoiis thernorway maple.
fler pHtamUm,) the negundo, ir ne-jawfu, '" "rmerJ-han lu ' ' ' Messrs John K Oulahan and I C anson, of
and the American a-h tfmHn .Irvr-w) are , Baltimore, with general mcrchan use rtenlav momlnir for luttimor
qnlteaatlsfactory I-orwlleavenueswithproper Cattli MARtir-At Drovers' Best, yesleMay, !n'' rltylerV . .w ' morning for Baltimore,
treatment In the matter of pruning when young, duo head of cattle were offered t were sol 1 to , where they Join the otiut-aurvey steamer Kn
the buttonwoods ;tfitnriiiM ocritUntnils anil imu hers at prices mnglng fmm i to i cents per deavor, which Is on lu way south to survey
ptanfant orumra") air rapm-gruwiug aui ei
l tlva lp
ine i.unirn aan, irraxiaiM
tjcfrUUir.) Furopean IJn len Tittn Anrepi,)anl .
ic verar others of similar merit, nuv occulon
ally tielntruduceil by wayufiariety I
pica in t hkh.
The commisilon has met with great
xe as they I
In nrm iirlnir treea nf sin h aire and !
iln-iniiHl nuul i1alrtil. Th fnptnallnn nf nurka
In many of our large cities, anl the cousuiitly
Increasing suburban Improvements In others i
nave oucanione i a ne 11111 1 tur large i.urery 1
the pwoll.rtlle, eil.llnil In Ibl. llj-lh. .mple
wlllh of Ihe met anl (till mor. apailom ,
hre.lth. nf .1.1- i..fHnm-enhnce.llh.ik.lp
Inlllr ol urtni In-ea of the l.nte.t .v.ll.lile '
ie, .ml ihK ao far, h. Inn ilom
Ku.iHwi.twm 11. nii
The nnmlier of Ireea of .11 lln la at nrrarnt In
. . -.. - - .- ... . ua .,
aaml one hnnilre.1 .ml nliiett-.il, (17,1m )
The..conalalnrlnclnlltof thelieal anerlea of
nianle elni ..he. .ml .. Tnllp-tree.
an I sweet gums are ali well represented
The plants arv In sue from two feet to nin
feetlnhelght. In al litlon tu the above, eetcral
thousand voungoaks au I other native trees, pro-
thousand youngoaks au I other native trees, pro-
dn ed from seels in the imtaulo ganlen, have
lcn donatoil to the cltv bv that esubliahmctit
NlMBitK ok tkkm natcTFD
no ring the year two uiouian I an l thlriv
(J .turn trees bate iieen planted In the sidenalks
au isireci-paras, an i, nnniinsisnuing ine un
nlsutcil In a i It v th iroiiirhfarc after i
l-aratiou in I ho re rve tiur. rv, anl wlibh, lu
I '.,.,. .. ..,. .. . ........ '
"", inin c, coui i nn or ( iiiiiimi.nii
I)IW ncntion was gitrn to jiiIhmiii
Ings, an I liii4jn-HeiMeiuany trees lixve been
rRFrAHATiois ron rLAKnia
With the view of git ing the trees a good start
In -r- the holes, for" their meotlon sra.loof
i "!"' "'f "" tuiu jiii auir-in. tv
Die size. A full lublo vanl
nimeil from each an I Its nlste aunolied with an
c(iiJ quantity uf good surf.ii e soil, whh h has
previoumy inrcn (owno-icu wnn aircci ninnure.
"oil from atreeu to lie gra-ll, several
inouunn cumo vanis nave oeeu renioveii an i
. --., .,- . ,.l.al,la an I nnnvnlant I .Ull.i
an 1 1 liciiiff in xed w th strwt manure for future
Itiiring the past summer a series of theap tree-1
Ihixcs were f uniisheil as a tempi nary protection
lonewry planted trees It was deemed advlsa
ble, also, to prutettall the healthy young trees
throughout the itv as far as tractkaite. an I
many hundreds i f these have leen lwei 1 his
- erne I essenUally nectssary, owing to the Injury
th-v were ret. ivlng from the nibbling, or giats
an f horseN oil. that still rwinlre to i closely
i p.ninu i ..h
Trees In cities servtf other punmees tiesl les
that of famishing shale In leed, bo far as
,twiliinn H,. ....... . .,.. i .kJ.i- i. n..,h
more Injurious than lienelh ial ' A free clrcula
tlonotalr and plenty of sunlight are aanlUry re
, uulremcnu of the foremost luiiHirtance
One of the most vahisiile Inti lentallieneflla de
liveil from narrowing the streeu H ibatof per
mm.. h. i.. .?.. i..n .. I ..
(Ml I II UK lll 1IIIO 1I IICV Ml .III Illll IU IHJ I'lW C) l
I a greater dltance from the line of bull ling, an I
k... ......a. .k- a .... .PT..
thus shading the promenades without over-
.hi,lnwinaiha ,lll nna Thl. I ... !......,-
ment In city planting which will probably lie
, more thoroughly aiipreclaied lu the future than
snanowiDgine uweuiuga. ' Ml H an improve
It Is at present. Tbe ornamenUI effect of trees
as a relief snd contrast to city architecture. Is an
artistic feature worthy of far more consideration
thau It usually receives Owing to the formal
distribution an I positlou of the trees, as well as
to the t turactcr of their Biiirouiidlngs an I 10
lompanhneuta, the best effects cannot Mtin
appearance, as well as recuperate many that
' n... hu ti.i. . i..,a.
i brie thousand (3,ooo) trees, sltuateil In various
portion of the cltv. having alrea ly lieen pruned.
an 1 tha wrk la atlll nnnrrMilnir
1 !. Iiairj ICCUITJ 1 1UM11J
MOVINO LAHIC TKKIH-
At the urgent roquwt of property-holders aev
erml large trees, which atom) lu tne way of tin.
nroveinenU have been lifted aud replaced la posl-
Aiwut sixty trees, of various sites, many
in mew wciKiiii'KOTBr uju, Dare wen reiuoveu
no isr as street planting is concerned uu opera
tloniannot he verv aucceiafuL an I Is not com.
mended, not, however, from any dimculty la the
uirro u)rrauiiii ui rniiiWTai, uut larvs ruoia ran
not l iilad in position nearcurintonea without
great liability to Injury
iLUAu tUiNDKiui, Hecreury
(Sljuol) wii k, tmiru,
It III. HO Ml Atcllli:.T.
k Ueinnn Inataully Killed.
sterdAy morning, as the lowexores- train
of the llalllmore an I Ohio Hal I road Compauy
1 neartnl Hanover station, the engineer discovered
I a woman walklug towanl it on tbe dowu track
w hen within a very abort distant e of the engine
"ho deliberately trossed over aud stood in the
centre of the track on which the train was run
ning He at oik gave the danger slngil, aud
attempted lo stop the train, but It coull not be
done In time, an I In a few Bcmn Is ihe engine
truik her, throw lug her to the si le of the road
The train was Btopitd a few seconds later, an I
on reaching the spot where she Uy It waa dlsoov
ered that snu was dead 1 hu lody was horribly
mangled, tbe hind cut. ribs brokeu. besides nianv
other woun Is on different parts of the person.
Th8 if WM once placed on the train and
ft.!,.. In ll.lflnn... u.... I. H..j ..1...., In.k-
UHt.ll l UAIkllUUI V, "UTID II nai iiaivni IU IIIV
deail house al Mount Clare All o.niiiie means
iu imciimi uirwrni uwi itui whhoiu avail, ai
the Itclay IIouhu, aud who liai frequently walked I
uHn the Hacks )HaMlwai un IJle-ageil, 1
verv noorlr cla-l au I Iia-I In her imu ket an ol I
pipe au I ab-iut fifteen cent in money If no one
calls tot-Ulm the b ly it will lu buried at the
expouau of the company
The Wiihlimtoii I Iterarv Aiiui iatlon last
evening gave a lnquel al l'latz a lo their ex
presi lent, Mr M f Hilver, who is about to leave
the city an I locatu In Cleveian I, Ohio, an 1 to the
local press uf the city Thu Imblu was bountl.
fully auppllel an I a' 10 ucloek the association
man he I In aul occupied the seats aiulgue 1
them After d iiug ample imtu e to Ihe fool Ihe
wine was brought on, and Mr (Jans, toaitmsfler,
real the loaat. of which theie were quite
number, aud callo I on different gentlemen to
Mm) wliti hwa i me In hriefaul lunuv
niuarks 1 he party arosu fmm thu utile stwut
11 jo oelotk aul separated with plijaiaui rciiiem
braiu es of their evening of pleasure 1 hla asso
ciatlin han l eeii iu exiaiencfl only three vi urs,
rapidly Iin reim 1 In iiiemiienhlii mi I now o u
pits a prominent posit I m auung Ihe fiw liter ry
orgutilicailonM in thin m
Trio pe ran 1 1
V ih rtuuUr ii tingufKx N i I l
I i I igi in i 1 i
v mug u ., r h r
Iintiinea4. a iininilt e mi reauliili iua wiu in.
imint i, wh
ul mm ii rli of resolution of
i it lliii
irj iiuivu n in
uajuluiuiiaijr a toplnd.
The Nntlei.nl Thenire.
The acoouo ren lered of Manager Saviiiei
fortunes fur the past week most be satisfactory
to him u to the pit) Ik A company ao talented
anl practh ed, separately and In unison, as to
present a foreign drama, with altogether foreign
Interest, although well written an I most Inter
esting In Itself, night after night with unabated
effort and undiminished success In pleasing
effects, must possess the rare combinations and
deserve all the good thlnga which have been said
of them Dr Johnson, or somebody like him,
once said "That which has pleased long and
pleased many, mast possess a full degree of
merit" This company has realized general suc
cess in the two most admlrahiv-presented plays
which have attracted so many of our eltltens the
twoput weeka Id each play a peciiliarpleuare
Is afforded an audience In the fact that each actor
and actress seems elected for the rots each as
sumes on account of esneclat fitness, anl seems
to perform the part 1tter than any one else
com i no.
That elegant w km ef a thespianlv royal house,
tester Wallack, will make his first apnesreme
on a w uhlngton stage on Mon lay night, an I all
who appreciate theatrical gifts and entertain
ments ol the highest order will welcome him In
Ms ravonte tnaracters uoring tne weex roe-
ng the nohle anl beautiful physique and the
at tors on the American stage, and as the success,
fnl author nf several well known dramas, In
wnun nis own various laienis are aomiraniTrx i
hlolted farttr iiK-ht-m In Imth branches of ar
tltk effort, he has exerted no efforts without
signal success, an I In a golden rltmactrlaof a
spotless fame and of ripest talents, he cornea to
ns, according a pleasure long denired His first
appearance on Mon lav night will be In his own
drama of "Central Park B
Thla afternoon and evening the Fifth Avenue
company will perlntm "Ankle 41" for the las
"JJJ :n'r.KSrVh.rVni rJ t. Tmi
er" """ wlBh thm thereafter not food bye, hot
The Thettl re I !.
xhu tnemoon at the matinee the full strength
. ll- . .-,.. -,1i-.m lan.iih.
of th tomlqne-a admirable company will he
brought out, and In the evening the tut opporta-
nlty is affonletl to see It as now organised.
Those who have not seen the 7llella troupe will
not loso this chance. Their performances are
most artistic In every way Miss Ilelene Hmlth'a
popularity has constantly Increased, and In her
fongs HI I uiit; ine in rrauj Trrj imr i mirj
Harvey ought to see many of his Men Is this
A rniagf BOAf Is reportwl In the canal, on the
Bene, a level, causing a delay In the arrival of
received ye-terday. Per canal, l,eou bushels of
itiBiinAin iiii livo.in -ihci .....
wheat, n hit h sol I at II
vrwow. oowDRM. Ir- Forsv th and Hchafer have
- "".'J, ' . iil.-k ..7 ..,.
,u,V' '"" ,'" V:- L tin Vi....tVii.
plne)uniir for J A J. -JUUwTl Mamni nia.
!"". A,.n,rl'.wl.,M',"?hAl? "J-""." I
o , is sent io i)aiiinni- an t iw itn .i.r, ,
sneep were spiuu an en imv. urm -.
rents, IH cows anl calves sold from $13 to W
( ANAI iusineiW. During the week en ting
Katueilay, November jo, eighty ' J" l.c''"7,
from t IUiilerUn I on the canal, carrying f,71o,oiu
(l! Ultl qho ra elpu for the same time were,
.' . , i. al da is rwmtnBn ! I
w Hliaiiisport, liMAX llanrotk, WS.oe total,
(.vfiOM The canal is now entirely open for
'" " ie"" in?h, . ,.l .11" ran hi. IfeVbrei,,
'"P ,r.Si?wo Th. work ol reojirtni the
"..?.!S.'!;5'". AS? .ZVzZUZKStS 1
i"S?r?eiwni Thai wKr woul I ii lei on
T iaj J ' ""'"""
V7- un.n..uM 1.. n.ij .11 .rn m.Lin.
TH mrnoi ."""ir. In HiU i J "fo '""'"
pfliti i uriiD-r. aa y irai airpri win Ffwni iin uiiinnni
' "h wl l-ateniett Irom llun lo lajetle
.Ireet, four qnrr. of wlikh .ro Ireail, ion
rlete.1 ,.. I.tre wll "PJ.l CTK
with plank near llign M"i1lwn,wnnil.ll.,lln
iriuW of the I nimi rallroa I will i e lal I
West street Is Iwlng pave I with th Ihtllli
I pavement, and If the wealherco it nues xowlwlll
I pavement, and If the weainerco n nuea man w 11
1 1 hnuhe.1 this week fnnii the I'-street bridge to
W asbingtmi street, in lge trt. fnun Ulgn lo
I l'otoiiim , ha- 1?cn UI I with plank for the wiuter.
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i nt.iiUi . u,4piu n m u.irii mmimuiui
i ii iiui I'lau ' n'liri uiiu
J Ht bsiman Ma O Kettlewrll, Msr) land
J It Powell lmw) ivsnla H iwar I HUnu penu.
J )!, I"inn-lvul M A McNultj. Vliylula
WpliVrrr (fiwon f Mrt brjataT.I'bils
llarrj IVe.Philal lhU JH inter. CitiHoustl O
HM floocli Iiulsvills M M Tiinly Uanlaul
H Amliler. Clt W II WilkluiMiii Itjtlinioud
kee Nation II m W DFuUr Mlcli
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M B WNaeud,Msr)lsul
HMUhltner Man'snd It T Martin. New York
It hi II N Miufi nl 1 la A II Hraltb TVmrUud
J KIiicp New) ork JIUIiarMu do
KM! omeror IVwtoti J M Hall IVmiarlvanla
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MTItavltaou New Yurkl-JlJafaH Hsrhmok Hi
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4 IJeraoTf-Jt and wife. N VJV alter Paklii. Haj ton O
Fl Jones and wife. Ohio J H Ouliuturii l-art" Kr
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J T tuKbam, trsinla Wm H Alanp.vinrtiils
It J isch d i F J burritt. New York
it h naiaer irmni i nsa teiuusni". new xor
(loMMierliar.luiUuioreU 1 ttfbert, Vlrgiuia
A 1 Haiuea, Ylminu
J Ilatlowell. Martian 1
0 J KeuuuJy, Nw Yorl
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H M i'uinsm IouiUu
A Hurk. di
O T Terry. Illinois
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BIKS WOOO HOI alC
W r Kluua, Ohio ThoB LMolaiiweuora, N Y
J I Tb inpaoii W l-ici tikln W m rntmisnld do
IarkliiI)MsoulNII J Flbtmi-on r wf. Ui
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H MJuhuatiiu Kbun ThiMUkliireuoe. U
ALOairaiilerfcwr, N Y teo Keumtuu k f NY
Samuel Wallace, do Hon UI Ferry do
OF Kire t, (Jj nuecMciit IIW Hniitbwivb. Ir, N Y
iiBiiuiin ii ii n rf
CbsrlM Mj er 111 1
Al Un Hnlaiia Mua
II Philips fcf,lL 11
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nuprtiue taurt or the li.ltcd Htatra-lte-
rrinbrr Tcrnit IHT.
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Hon of lion c.N Poller, lion 1'eier M
llunuvllle, Ala, wasalmltiuil to prac
Hi aa an allnnm an I aiiinahllsp nt llila i miri
on mot I in of Hun H. F Uutler, Jamea A oil
lla.esq ol Halsin, Mass, was ailmltted to prac-
tice as au attorney and uounseilur of (hla t ourt
No Sua II K Hall etal. plaintiffs in error, vs
William Jordan The motion to dismiss thia
muse was submitted on urlntM arirunient hr
Mr F I' Wanton In favor of the motion, m Uy
Mr It Johnson aud Mr J H tuiury, In opposl-
.. .a " '
No an. Joseph II Mallox et al , appellants,
vs Ibe I nlted mates et al This muse was
argue I by Mr Jas Hughe4 and Mr 11 K Curtis,
ofiounsel fur thu appellants, anl by Mr Assis
tant Altorm y Oeneral Hill, for the appellees.
No ST The LnltlHtates,plaintlfflu error, va,
Jt iau 1 hoiuaa et al 1 his causa waa argued by
U. lillll.lllll lltlim.. l-U.anl lllll nn.i...l
fr the plaintiff In error anl by lion Hi nry
t miner, fur lh itofemlnnla In m
ltniirtini until ki.iniinv at h .i in c
ripeclal Term Judge i He.
This court made the following onlersyeaterday
tana vs. lloyt I aae llxeil for to-morrow
ullaiove vs Fullatove Uocrea annolntlnt XV
a runaufve iriiniDti iu cuutcj
r uiiaiuiB iiu.ioB hi vuiiic
Uro-viuuf AlltuaUd va.Urmt, Order d refer -
enee to V n. Jackson, Jesse D Wilson and M A
fnici j (-Tiai tiaaiors.
Clrenlt Cert-( blef Justice Cnrtter.
pis conrt waa engaged aa follows yesterday!
Jk hmldt vb petit, Verdlol for plaintiff In pad.
liar vs Insurance Company This cue was
not t oncluded.
(. hapman vs. Magnider Cue submitted to the
court and Judgment for plaintiff. Adjourned.
rrlmlnnl rrt-Jade UfaeArthar.
This conrt was engagel u follows yesterdart
Henry Hcherf Information for not waiting
npon colored men in his resUurant, Verdict of
Henry Hcherf on. a similar Information AH
Felwstlan Aman. Information for not sopptv
Ing rotor,) men as white men at his reatanrant
Vfrdlctof not guilty
F Frennd Information for not supplying
coioreilmen u white men In his eating saloon.
A Wliiaye, violating the Hunday law Theao
The court then adjourned the Jury until Mon
day next, Adjourned.
Police 'iirt Jattjre Nnell.
IJovdThomsa chsrge-1 with asssnlt andUU
terr on Fannie Thomas, his wife; sixty data In
Jail Hicham Began and Wm. Hark Ins, charged
Wltn Sfl affrav. A atK anl AAata TkK AkiaiL
usanll and batterr on Rlcharf. T. Taylor, a
policeman, slitr dava In lall
ao. vhtiu crvi,
attery on Bridget
THE CITY AND DEPARTMENTS.
The Chief ef OHsssre
General Alexander It Dyer Is down again with
Bright, disease, and hla condition Is serious.
PesmU Agent In lw,
The Hon. B F One was yesterday confirmed by
the senate u pension agent at Dea Moines, Iowa
The lady clerks who went to New York to
count the money In the snh-treuury are back
from thelr-quarters at the Fifth-avenue hotel.
Han. Ifenrr WlUea,
t Ice rresklc nt-elcct, will address the Dubawaya
on tei iperance, at their hall, on K street, on
Sunday evening next.
New lark Kl sclera.
The first member of the electoral college who
arrived In this city wm Frederick Doagbua, who
iukii nun inn, i ne uiuciai iuiicuiciii oi ine
vote of the New York electors.
The Cabinet session yesterday wu fully at
tended, but the proceedings were brief and un
important. The Internal troubles of Alabama
and Louisiana, so far u the Federal relations of
... .. .
"ose fiaies were concerned, were mentioned
tUlten at the Ijieentlve Mnnslaa
I1Ulne' tml ! C4Ued 00 lne Vnti ,en J
"n ' ,
vuanocirur mmim ami uincr iiaca on mo
vwaaia vi jkiiaaissii'pi, lAmiaiaiia, ami viciuiii
aa Jaha A. Ulagham.
The Ohio delegation In Congress yesterday
sent worl to President urant that theydesre!
. f nnrnnm nt nrlnn th.
I lo wtlt "I01 hlra for the purpose of urging the
antwilntment nf llfttl Jnhtl A. ltlnvliam In a fur,
elgn mission. The President aUtel to the gen-
iiriiian wnu rarriei ins mcBnaiiB inn na muniu
le very happy to receive the delegation for that
or any other purpose, but that It wu unneces
sary, a Mr Bingham woul 1 certainly receive the
co;islderalkm to which hla valuable services
en mini nun
Army and Navy (lasctte.
The War Department hurecelvetl theofflilal
IT? . k S" I! V . """'S? " '"?
Ulan I hjr Ih. BrltUh forcea. There wutnnrh
report of the military evacuation of Ran Juan
Kn,MI '"iinR Bnown ofiween tne uniian .n
Am.ri, an nm.vr.
UcotciiinU Joe. O Katnn. J no. P Sullivan
and Feed Collins have been ordered to special
duty ln the Ihtrlen expedition. 1 "at master Ed
want Foster has leen ordered as Inspector of
nrorlsions and clothlnir at the Norfolk mT
I yard, on tho 1t of January next, as the relief of
i-avmasier n aiinougn. ietacnei ana
onlerel to settle accounts. Lieutenant Lorn
mander John J Heal has lieendetaihed from the
lortsmouth and placed on waiting order.
The llcHth f llr, pniii.
In the Honse, yestcrilay, Mr Kavage, of Wis
consin, bal real at the clerk a desk a telegram
published In the morning papers giving an ac
HHintof a rallmait soclitxnt near tit tat hi rir. re
1 suiting In ihe death, among others, of W W
I Dantu, wife and child Ibtntx, he MM, was a
I rripplod soldier from his (Mr Kawyend Htale,
anl one of the doorkeepers of the House. He
j olTerod a resolution directing the doorkeeper to
SniNitnt a ntininlttpft from Ihoaa unilr hla iim.
trol to lake charge of the remains, and to convey
them to Dantxs Mle residence In Wisconsin for
Intennent, the expends, with other funeral ex
iienses, to be pall from the contingent fund of
the House, and that the salary of Hauls he tun
llnueil to the close of tho session. The resolu
tion was adopted.
The Illll to IIMare Ihe lapeiiM ssdOflb
cer of the Itevrnne Wrrvlce.
The following It the bill as passeit by the House
yestenlay to rcdm e the officers and expenses of
the Internal Ucveuue Department:
le il riHwtrt, a r , That on the 1st day of July,
1813, or at sin h time prior thereto as the com
missioner of Internal ltevenue may Hud practl
table. Ihe offlcca of assessor and assistant asses
sor of Internal revenue shall cease to exist, and
that upon tbe e,i.rtkn of tbelr terms of office,
respectively, all the Chtt Imposed by law
on assessors an I assistant gtstwsors, except as
hereinafter otherwise nrovl led. i, and the same
are hereby, transferred to and imposed upon col
lectors of Internal revenue, to le performed by
themselves or liv their deiiiitlcu. snd that alt re
niriia an i rr,nri r unirni or law ui ie mane 10
theaalila-stini anl assistant useaaora shall
turns an 1 re.iorl r o,ulret by law to l made to
furbvth loiiiuiti tier of lotenial Itetenue,
transfer 1 1 suh retentl iidlter as tnav lie deals.
nateil l y the CointnlsBio ler of Internal ltevenue
for that purpn- all txioks, papers an I other
1'iuini ij i'muiin ,. iiiq iiviviujiiuui in ma
nosscsHlon or In thu of anv of hla assistant
ssors, and shall HI n ith hla Aul account an
Inventory thereof In detail, with the receipt
j of sail revenue officer therefor; anl from the
I time set for said transfer, hla office and that of
, hla assistants shall cease VwtW, That the
(ommlaslonerof Internal Kevenue shall, un ler
the direction of the HcrreUry of thfllriiasury,
an I In accontsnee with the provisions of the
ninth section of the act of March S, ltMT, require
l that each collector of Internal revenue shall, tu.
lore entering iiihui tne unties nrestniuhl hy this
collector shall faithfully ierform tbe duties of
m inmx an-uiiiiim hi iar, aim lurinrr iuuu
itlonelras requlrwl by the ninth section of said
act of Sd March, 1M7 A ml pmri M fvrtkrr, 1 hat
1 the Commissioner of Internal Revenue Is hereby
authorixett and required thereafter to make the
foil owl nir laieu. tn Will
For deficiencies, Iiim4i1 by Ibe prolsluns of
aectlou twenty of "An ait Imposing uxea on dla
tile! sprits aul toia o, ami fur other pur
Beml-anniiallv, nmm the denoslts, i aplUI, and
viiiuwnuu ui cuu
company, or corporal
,V nf An a, t to i
no L ,h f '
viiiuwnuu ui cuu -ct-jut iKMia, aoaiPLiailuii,
r corporation cukkrco iu tne imniDess
ImpoMod hy the provisions of section
act to provide Internal revenue to
support the Oivernment anl to pay interest on
the-ambilo debt, snd for other purposes, " aji
nroved JuuelkL 1W4. as aiuendod by auliacuueut
L non arth lea nrovl led for In aectiun ft an I In '
tne itrst pniviaoor section 14 ol "An act toauiemi
existing Una relating to Internal revenue, and
( for other purposes," approve I March f, lMf.
ipon toiMMco, snu n ami clgara, provided ior
In section sixty of "An aot iinpoefng taxes on
dlstlUl spirits aud tobacco, and for other pur-
poses, approved JuiySti, 1MH, as amended by
BccuouBioi "au act io rcHiuce uuuea on ini
I ports an I to reduce Internal taxes, and fur other
I purposes,' approved June e, 1811.
I pon legacies and successions, and of all other
internal revenue taxes liable tube aaaessed, or
i accruing under the provisions of former acta.
I Prodded further. That the said commissioner
I shall certify such aaseasinents, when made to the
proper collectors, respectively, who shall pro.
ceed to collect taxes ao certified tn the same
manner aa assessment! ou lists are now col
Heo.1 That all special taxes imposed bylaw,
Inclu bug the tax on suits or worms, shall be
paid by stamps denoting the tax. and the Com
missioner of Internal ltevenue Is hereby author
ized and required to procure appropriate stamps
for tbe payment of suih taxes, au I tha provis
ions of sections M and 101 of "An act Imposing
taxes on distilled spirits and tobacco, and for
other purposes," approved July to, INW, and all
other provisions of law relating to the prepara
tion and Issue of stamps fur dUuiled spirits, fer
men ted liquors, tobauo and clgara, ao far
as applicable, aro hereby extruded ao as to
include audi stamps, and the tjimtuUsloner
of Internal ltevenue ahall have author
Uy to make all needful rules an 1 regulations ret
atlve thereto I'roeiUit, That every person
, ment, who la thereby made liable to a s peels
!x x,'eI tobacco nedllen, ahall place and
, keep conspicuously In Ills csUblUhment or place
of business all stamps denoting the payment of
I said aneclal taxi anl anv neraon who ahall.
I ihrough negligence, fall to so place and kee
ii stamp, hsjl, upon conviction, be sentence-
I to pay a penally equal to the special tax for
which his business rendered hlin liable, and
which his busluess rendered hlin liable, and
t2M,u. ot prosecution, but ln no case
I "" " penalty oe lesa man iio
, An, where the failure to comply with tbe
Joregolng provision of law ahall be through wll
'"1 neglect, or refusal, then the penalty ahall be
, "Q,,Ie -h amount aliove prescribed. PrvvlJtJ.
That nothing contained ln this section ahall
ihinmAI n nnwaiilllM tha Ualillltv r.t ana
change or In any way affect the liability of any
(erson for exercising or carrying on any trade,
tusiueas, or profession, or doing any act for the
exercising, carrying on, or doing of which a
special tax Is imposed by law without tbe pay
Bee 8. That cacti oi e tor of Intental revenue
shall, under regulations of the tomminluner of
luirrnai iicvcnou, pia to son Keep conspicuously
In hla office an alphabetical list of
all persons Who Shall hSVU liuld
i within hla district and shall state
taxefl bave leen oal I
Hoc 4. lhat section one h 'rut anl ten of
'An act to provide Internal revenue to support
the Government, to pay Interest on the publlo
I uvu auiii ivn viuci I'm -jmvB. aui'iVTUti wuuo bv,
J lw, u nubsewitljf tuyeaJvd, b uy AUCftflcu
ucui,auii ior viucr iiurpoeea." BpnruvoM juua ov.
h.n1 JTiSI1" "J"'0.. tt1lr'l to be made,
fh!'i-rrta.l. "il ""r! "ml annnaltr on
the first nsv of iWjimhr m ih. .,.
ilL !& Iht ' of the proper
be transmitted by the collector totheCommla.
..,h1!P.!.!!',.,c,.","u' "A" rtlmpo.lnn
u;m on dlitliM ipinu anil lohrro, .n1 lor
..TSLiiitff'.t" ',b ,mf ""'"I o t.l m, (lupllctle
IJ,!;'..' "'Mr 1 He .llnlrlct ull, from .ml
Ji?..im,f wbe" 1"' om" "'
S,I!5'!J!f,l ? "animnnea hj the col
Iwtpr to Ih, CommlMlon.r of lat.rn.lKer.ntif.
i n.i lection It M .mended o th.t on. 01 th.
lIUDllC.I. retnm. thrln mhiImJ k
. ... "..ii.uiiniwi ui Kill III
ile.?.."".'i"'.M,'r 0 molrt nhall Irrnn
. ..' th l,mt wnen th omc. ol p.hl
uliuntM.Mor,hm reu.,li. trnmlttltiT
j.. w..vv w m, vuuuiiiuioner oi internal
That section twenty-eight be so amendetl that
ail of the additional commission of half of one
'rrrcD.uiQDiiine amounu oi the tax on dls
llled snlrlta therein alinwal ahaii t.H.iiH t
paid to the collector receiving the taxi rrmidtd.
That the total net compensation of collectors u
now flied by law abaii not be thereby Increased,
That section fifty nine h ao amended that la
f.V" fn? PJd,B' rsfusea to exhibit a proper cer
tlflcate from the collector of his or her district.
"? '',n"to """ why the property selxej
shall not be forfeited, proceedings for IU for
felt ore shall be Uken and hail under the general
provisions of the Intertill revenue law relating to
! W?1. on ""' nd three be so
,c" '" proTisions are extenaeu ami
"'" 1'iMiiure iu mm pronmons or mis act.
Heel. That auction fnritjnunf Man . t
reduce duties on Imports and to reduce Internal
taxes, and for other purposes," approved June 9,
,, v, buu iu am a i, nervoy repeaieo.
LETTERS FROMJHE PEOPLE.
The tlcrke 8alarle.
WAsancaTow. Dec a. lsn.
JF Utnr ft.!,! AnnVlMu
wu. in your article on salaries in this morn
Inga paper yon give your voice entirely In favor
of bureau officers and chiefs of divisions, to the
exclusion of all those hot ling lower clus clerk
You item to forget that tb latter have to live
and pay the same prices for provisions, rents,
rioming, c, an i iaxe it ior granteu tnat tne
mere fact of tbelr not belna- bureau officers or
chiefs of divisions provss them Incapable of per
lurmiug mo uuijm, ana consequently not en
titled to any consideration.
Allow me to say I think yon mistake thera en
tlrely. The clerks holding positions with salaries
ranging from l,x tofi,soo are the men who
really do the work, and a majority of them are
quite aa capable of performing the duties of a
rhlef of division u the present Tncumtient. But
they cannot all be chiefs. Home have tn be
slighted aa In every other business.
There must be some to do the sctuat work, and.
u bu been often repeated, plenty can he found
to try the experiment, but please observe the
constant change ln the lower grades, an I what
Is the cause, It not, that better men are selecte I
to take the places of those proven Inoorapetent
I do not wish to be understood as discouraging
an Increase of salaries, but let It extent to all
Let the men who perform the actual mntal an I
manual labor have a chance as well as the more
ornamsBtat, because better pal t, class.
A Cxiax aki an Old Scmctubik
Our correspondent certainly misunderstands
the tone of the article referred to. W e favor a
general Increase In the salaries of the (luvern
ment employees, and the mention of bureau off)
cere, Ac, was only Intenlel to Illustrate the
Wasri-jotok, Pec. , iri
Eorroaoi'TniltBrrBUCAH I. in common with
many others, I presume, have tieen mtmh Inter j
ested la the description ol 1'rof. Fiber's talking (
machine,'' and trust he will affonl the public i
some better opportunity of witnessing It than la I
afforded In at hool-houses at remote parts of the .
city. If he obtained a place In some convenient
ioiiiy wnrir it cuuiu oe aeen nay ctciuiik, i i
I should think that hnn Ireds, If not thousands,
wouiu M wiutng to pav a moneraie aomission ice
to inspect such a triumph of mechanical luge
nuny anl tin u ntnixA,
Tbe Turnpike ! Oearietawn
Editor KirtBLiCAN It appear as my duty to
call your attention to an Important statement I
hiv noticed from day today In your valuable
paper about ashlngton and all of Its Improve
menu, and particularly Its main roads leading
Into Maryland, Rtventh-atreet and niadcnshnrg
turnnlkes. It la all correct and sood Uut where
Is HKr(eorgetwn and its main roads still In the
hands of companies The asblugton turnpike,
leading from tleorgetowu to Itockvllle, ought to
be made free, when lllailensburgan I V ashing
ton and lUx kvllls pikes were. here Is tho ol I .
auuednctt HUH In the same alluatlonas the
ashlnston turnpike Where la tleneral thin.
man, our representative In Umgrela, that lie
does not glvi us a helping hand? I believe he
would do It Instantly If It was looked into
Tu ii.:, i ' .1.7 ii I
would only give ns a little puff on thla aide of
niM-fccrvea in jmir Taiuaiuv Italic r.
1 am, respect fuiiy, yours, j t n.
OKOaUITOWlt, IteJO. t, 18T1
OET THE BEST
At tlto Lowest Trices.
WOTELTT or OTTLE,
fTOTKLTT OP OTTLK,
YTUTKLTX Ur Q11LE,
mKXTVRK OK TirATEIUAL
mKXTI'ntC OR WATKHIAI
TKTTt'ItK OF TirATKUIAL
EZTtHK Or -fUTATSlUAL.
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
nt' IN FAS qUITS,
THK TERY LAMEST, THE VERT B1JIT,
AND THK YEJIT CHKAFEST
IN THE CITY.
CAM. ANI HKK IM.
IN OCU CUHTOU DLPARTifBNT we have a
the Latest Btylae rersigu and DotawUe Materials to
make ap at tbe shortest notice, by skill ul and eipe
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
LEGALIZED llV AN AOT Or THE 1 tOIEU
Tl.. Mol IJbrr.l Iill.rr Kr llr.w..
OalrTillOTIrkrl .ad 0,080 I'rl..
To I. dr.wu
iii I i.iiii:u n, 187,,
IN CUVINCITON, KLNTUIKY
OM! Vtl'lTtl, pitii: Ol s,ooo.
I rlia til ,S wol 13 1 rile, of I1VI
I.M0 prlun, uuouutlng to . ItfUuu
TlokeU, $13, lUlvea, W, QuarUrs, $1
tVOur lottetiat are chartered by lha Htale aud
drawn at the Uina named, uudu the suprrvlak n of
V-Tbf drawljurs will b- publlabed lu the New
York, Cbieavo aud Louis nil psivra.
.ir-MBwIUdrawaslmilsr Bcbame th laal Hatur
day of every month durlug the years IS79 aud WX
garRemU at our risk by roat Office Money Order
Btwlttaratl Letter, Draft or Est reaa.
arBad for a circular Address
HMIT1I, HIMMO.NH A. CO.,
nol TuTbhSly Box MI Oovlnjton, Ky
ecsaaed are Larsby warnad to exkibkt lha iama
wiui iu Tuui-uira
vouch s thertMif, to tha subscriber en cr
is lath day of NuvamMr nat they iuay
by law be exoludeafrom all Mm nt cf tne
aOiven undsr uy banJ thla 11th flavpf Jfivemlr,
mpUIH 18 TO GIVE NOTICE THAT THE 8CI1
a. H-riuBr ui uina.ij.aii ,rufj "PaHiB VHiun
j' ci"a '-jzsjsssssvnsrsjssK.isri -"i t"-
. icoiai ibxcb w:...7.. ,r. ..:i-r,TTTuir.!: .r-..T.-n- .a iTomiair tn.cuuir 1111
intrron ma .IJ"-J f fSSS.t.SKSRCS'.SKf.VAS.A.l m p.. E..i nT,u.. ,,r
EVENING DRESS GOODS.
TAni.K niiAMK, Hirnrx,
ritVIT l I.OTIIN, WIMICLOTHN.
LARGB STOCK Or LACE CURTAINS
MEW OnoDH BECKll TD UAII T TH0M TnB
TBE8ENT TO THE ILOBE OF THE SEASOX
M.nr.l.g IJ..d. I. .11 Ih. bet q.llle
JOHN T. MITCHELL,
l!ll 1'oilllHJ lVlttllll CIVO.
AUlSbMKMS, LlCUfW kt.
Lini.ltTV 1.0IM1I! Ml. U, KNKIIITM IIV
PVTIIIAN, AT UDII rm.LOU HALL.
KKII1TII HTHKKT EAHT.
A ( OMPI.KTI! HIIT OP AU.IKIII,
AUIb. niemlMr. of thn 11. .r, earuMtlr
qiiMiiioti, ireMDt iiiiH fcvj ii mi, fa.ni
nneflapr of thu 1 1nler will b.ir.Mntl br tl
Mm of Kwtft Mhlntoo. d
Jll-n'ltHON IM 111.10 HtllOOL
terner f "Hxlh etreet wd v IrgtnlK RVenae
mlhwrat, will teke place le-merrww,
nt 1 Vlorkt P. m.
Th fl twin prosTsmme will le cirrUfl out
lnlfoductntT rcmarka Jiwe h M. Wllavn, trute,
ltradlotT of lb Hcrlpturee, aul luvucatlun, Itev
I)i ron Hndrlsnd 1 U .,...
lie-lleatiirr Hymn. (itHnt-od br MIsm II It. Hud
son ) Bung ur the u 11b i f tbe ptibllo schoolB.
SKemsrka, J Urnioud wllwn.nierlntendMit.
I'rwentsUoD ef tbe ker, addfe byThouuR.
Jord,wi, lu bebalf of the liulldlmr eomraittM;
llBLicell-rtiei Henry I. Cooke. Ikwernoe of tbe
M-triet uf Uoiainbls. snd wm, J MurUb, nmU
cut of tbe board of truatcee.
Hedlcatorr Oile, (written for the ocrasloo by
Edward llMiand irfcltedby Msater JohnT Taylor
Adilr-4ts.IInti.il ll Krrlhuis n-cTfiUry of Ihe
Onuuwtlriit Htat Itoard of jii-stti u
Itemsrsa br other BTnllewvu lindall, llort,
rrwiilcnt, Henry, F.atou.
KHyrliiij liy thepoittla,
IlotHtfltctlom Itev a 0 MMilor
The eieretoni will mit Iw irolouged, due brevity
belnir ol-arrved lijf tha speaker, . .
Tbisiae.oiM Inilldiuir will be open stSo'cloei snd
remain open during the dr. I" vlnltora to n
thromrhtba various roomi aud sismlue tbe com
HeteamiurmeuUof this, tbe llueat ublle school
building lu the ouuntrr dec
NEW NATIONAL THEATHF.
Mr J U BAVILLE Lc-aaee and Msuager
Last three nblits of the Fifth Avenue
Only three more pcrformancna of
niUYFVl NlNO.by earnest desire,
AUTKI.IMT lUTINLK NiTIHIlAY
lilt I.LMTI'IC WAl.rat K,
nrourletor of Wallack theatre. Nvw York.t ih
l"" f,t',,1,wt nyw 1i,lu ' lt nwderu
"'- i -- --- i--
CENTRAL PA Ilk
Doi bo k ready 1 rldsy
H P K t I Ii
Mr Kavllle has the pleasure of anm murium lbs
flnt Bpiesrsuca In W aaUImrtnu of lbs distinguished
actor, author and manairrr
lilt. I UHT1 It WU.t.ltll,
ON MONDIY EVrSIVO, MSCEMDKH t in,
lu bis own Cuuedr, entitled
BuilmokoiMi rldsr in iruiiiir uestst Hot ufhta
,IX 'Z.: il h. i h. mi u
vt totmtn. ta u i-j hs I by letter or telegram.
urchestra (hairs. IM Orchestra Circle HtMerved,
I Urcneatra Clfi-ie AdmuBlon anl ureas circle
RrmA, $1, Dreu Circle AdmUalon, 11 eauts.
foelhf iieDtn! of
W.vIVrNTri Oltl'IIANAHaf HI,
At Odd Ft-Maw.' Hall,
IVtnunsnclu Drowober X
No ilu will be apared to make tbcae eutartalu
menu of the inuat sitractlve cbarscter dec lut
i:ohiii: llcONlMI,LIM II.,
WILL LKCUlfEO TTtE
IIFI AND OENIUH Or ItOUEltT UUHNH
WtDNLHDAY leoembr ll.alfl uMock, ru
KIukIs Tlcketa, aocrnts, ItMerved Hea Is, IS cenU-
forai at UaUuffbe a, berenth street de4t
WASIIIM1TON TIIEATHF CUMlQl E,
(Uaveutb street, aouth rBunsylvsula avenue )
I,,t11 MANT M1VFI.TIKH HXtlTlMI
TlIK ITtl lA TJMUl'Kt
1be t Umhiu W , W. ,h. ni i-t dsrtutf
Female (1) tnuant lu th world, aud charmiM serlo-
MAIIAM 1TI.I.I.A llkIMM ITFM.A
TUR VAKICBI.I.I. HUOTIlHltrt,
The fearltas and dart hit urmnasu, Uis Juatly-st) led
UU of Air
llthTFU nAHNI.Y, MAftTFK I1WIM.Y,
tbegreateatllvlnir character onnieltau, and cbam
ii ui Jur dancer of the world
The trifled and artistic song and danoc and Ethlo
i Ian ei medlana,
SlI.lX AMI CYANM.
MI. US AN1I KYANN
The rcmlere dsiueuse and cmpreM of female aourf
IIFLKNK MM1TII UtLRNH H11ITII
1 ha iMMutirul liallet dlvertbiemaut, entitled
COltFH II H BALI.KT.
( OKP8 DE HAI.I.KT
Nsw and laughable luterludea by the Boas of
1IONMTFII THIPI K COHP4NV
OVKIl KOUTY TALKNTK1I AUTIMTM
tsmllr klsliDeea Wadnsadar sn t Haturdar
Adlea' nitrtiM 1 vUv and TTMay.
FOUKUI-ll NtlYUl.TIKH IN AtTlVK
jhi,ou)hiiai.i.i:hy of fim: aktm,
Itviuoved from Na Izm to No. IU Fennsrvaula ave
On free eihlblUon sad fur sale a larv collection
of OH FsliiHiura, FmrravlBm, 1 hromoe Ii ron tea
faryluir. IHlatiiarV. rare Chtua alan, a vboloe stock
of rwrclm aud I hotugni h I rsinea.
II. N. UAltUlW.
"ItrFBKH'H HTKIM1HANII l'HOF Till II
rt LI1ER, aaalalAd by firat-claas mnalolaQB. la
now ready lo furuiah all tbe lateat aud nio-t iwpuUr
Uiule for Oarmaiw Fartiea, lUUa. Iti-tUu". kt
Ilia iialrops nu rely uihim Tmlvptf irft-- aatlafae
opn. Orders ran be Jrlt at w QUctMriin k On. b.
it 1 fiii", HTeuUi KtrtM Mntb
tTandl acrecU, Navy tsrd. a-ilO-Jm
POR IIOL'NT VEILNOV,
, The steanmr AHROW, CapUln Irani Rotlliua
head, havtujr bom rebuilt and eatimlr rebltad by
her prtaeut ovum, will laava ber wuarr,
FOOT OF BEYKNTII HTDEKT
i DAILT, (Sundsra sjitM.t AT IB O'CLOCK. I OR
(Th Tomb tf Wu&lnfftot.,) and lateruiedlaiIaad
lata. JAUaW HYUCH.
JaaOJm Ota. 8npt Atoassar Arrow
A. S. ntAlT & SON,
Ofllce ouruer ISlntli iml
Oder Ahaolala Uerarliy la e falUwIng
lira Inauraare Camraalrat
II 0 31 E ,
or rs'ow Yurie,
ondANIZED A D IM
Aaact. . . HH.IKKI.OOO
- or rfi-ooitiyii, iv. -v.,
Thesa Strong Old CompaiiiM rmtnptly aittth
yasragu and they are lu it
uostoQ Loaaas uow iLsy
Iioss and oouia ut of this
flsry ordeal with tspltal Unlmilra4 and Large
Sun Jus Insure your Property where you can bate
A. S. Pratt & S