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THE DAILY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1872.
LOCAL AFFAIRS. NOTICES OP NKH AnVKIlTISKMKNTK. Two fine furnished rooms for rent iVo.4 aixth street rAKTicTUH attention in railed to IV gan I Wv tie's nice nock of ''rv goods It liycwlnt.tetheai.emlonnithepiiltlc tnhlaetorknf watches Fvkiia Bull ling Association m meet to morrow evening A mnn pressure steam engine for Ml Tne teachers of the public sthonti will meet to-morrow afternoon. A lAMf assortment otturnltnre at . T Well A ro . A rr ai meeting of the Meat End Catholic Ititernlnn Beneficent HoclelywIU be hell ihU pvonintr HM M aror, lUlrsl A Co M holl lay gon.1. TBI member, of Ulimm t.nnU UpMpj t.o1ge No 4 1 n v, will meet this evening A Kitmu of the laiep 1 nbm wilt i hell to IBV riuirf annual lull of Mt ernon Lodge T O O M, Ibis evening MAiwTnoAnTWNiuiMmLiitrn uuii'Tn i ii ii it- from i te n n loneti, lavnlghi ' The Government woull attpmpt tn show (hat , r ginorkeit a plate of Imslneas at No. 811 ftf-i.--. nMlMH I Seventh street, within the pistrtu of loluintla. v aa a AAKiUH. h hat at this lace of hualnewi he exhH ited for Tat nrw Colonnade Hotel, Philadelphia Pa Is "iiM!7SS wl?MhV.!nta"nl ni in that nlKnfurml tvUliKtUn hiirrhra Ike ptveof W rent, earn Willi ine nn irr..an .ma in Ike inll? nl eeereirrel jllan . nun-nee. ,,, wm pT, w , r,nrrr,.er trie emnnnt mTj nemej on mo I ack ot trie rani, an I mil he til I otk firm also flftr la.lten to ranvaM. One ir neral aitent for Virginia, Uliea ran make Inrat-V) to I n ier week lot roil or ln tltlanpw article TnH oppirtnnlty la only open for fle (laya. Call at the ( untinental hotel, room OT i - . . , , Tmitn Tiiita-UHn the market alToMa U fnrnlaheil at tm Mamton Honae.on I ifteenth fctreel an 1 hew ork arenne Alao aereral hand- TnR LtTW hlNtUTIOH. U -'otch Itottom daitrrs 4 M Mltched lUtnts. UNi (toodcalf hoors. n fit) Custom Ma le fi M la lies Button Ositer $4 Irench Kkl Hut ton, tl A0 iniMrenslluttnn hue Halters and lii iMr Kut ter ts an I Hhoes, all slze at HrtURCN'is nt Seventh street, WosrtRHrrt. I Oorge romirs, mm I ennsi Ivanla arenne, te tweenNinlh anl Tenth atreets, la aeltlng the nneit Krenrh can Ilea at the low nrlre of 40 eiitsper pount A call will satisfy all that he la selling the MmegoodawliU.h are nnlv aokl I tr utrnt I O com, I sod Pennsylvania avenue. - I I Antra akd rtivaiaiN, If you wish your wearing apparel (leaned Ina flrKtftJW manner I aenltheintoA KiXBia,ils Mnth street, oppo- It Patent iifflr. i he Pmfesiinr will aire voa Mtlafartlon with ml fall. Kklgl ivearleanednlce an l cneap Pon Mow ngMfinr i llOUK-MADE SA11AUI (10 TO FKIKET htah Ma at it, Ni rtttca corner t an I Thirteenth streets north west Till IKIIIT.III NMMI "IMMIKMTH'" Hewlne: Machine Is the ttest of aJU The perfec tion of stitch on all kinds of goods, great range of work, ease of oiwratlon. nolseleae. tor more nearly ao than anv tthcr shuttle machine,) a Ijustlng tensions, ataatairity an 1 Uurahillty of ( Biiians I not emiaied in any other machine Oill e VMAKHtrect, Masonic Temme M P Ada Co., Agents. TwtairroVlvorV Peart Tott liwder la the t-nirrt rAcra wobth utowtrn best lienutBre lo use it keeps tha Tecta clean ami white, and thagnms wni and healthy Irtcewandrjocenu. Joutmw Inmloroa KllUlove C4aner la far superior to anything known. lTtcasaoenta. Twnweao'poriLn.le Otillmeta emulalte It aofiraa. bean tinea, anl atrenrthena the hair . '"i f ?"?5f. " lrTnXnTO ln n I rtrw ts and M cent. All fur saw by levaggMa. ..Tr. .??"?"" 5?'rr., War Eirecit YaAt w Tntf "What T,rl but unm r" MSTTmL il th'eri: for. It u themV JroMTllt. is SmrMt tnt llutJlelk'lli"II'rfr,froinlrioteilnwlm1!'"T...V!!SJ.nPSrfh. "'ln"" continceainitnioiuie,ini.iiini.remeojior their compmnr exi.te-1, they wonlit wltn one " "" ' "T" '"ly, ',..,", ,.:.v,;:. .ecoMre, rt toll. Yi.mMi emphttlclrr at- ', '"-J '".' ""i.ET?1', IJt'J '" '"7,1' l"m .lire thl,urh. remedy doe, exut. Ml toil lu '"P'" ln l,"rP0",0! V2!lf.ITnS!!K. -n.m. U llo.letler scomlck BmerX Th. record ' M llee.ee n ulne.1 lUrlU '" ; ol It, encceM eiteu u o.er pert .1 ol more man """"I '"' ' ' J """"".K .,?.i1!.T ."'.' lwentyTe.rn.nl It I, fele..lr elleie.1 th,t not reujrnlie lott.rt.llhoiijn Iher niljl.t ui dnrln, the hole ol Ihsl time It I... ne. er MM ' '" . to"M, ,f '""'HSfl? ?-' to .nlrd rmnent relief In ny .ur.ler or .le- I Power 1 1 repe.l lu ten Ii '"P"" ?! nniemei.t ol the limu.u IMI I. not onrtnlr '" ":.v," J"""" L'JT ""liSsJ. "",.: "X.A mal.miant, an I In nrable The lo.Uoionlal. that thuwaea lottery or gm inw. 'Jk'0 no l."e.t.nlin Ihl. importaut fact can he counted "'J niimeron, anlhonilrt to pro,. UM Me two, lylhethooMnl 8toinan rompliinla imi had although dUerent In name, were alroiur In na lKen aggravated I t a total disregard of alt .lie-1 "TT t,.,.!..mfr , !?. . fc... Inf n aggravated I v a total disregard of all die tary rules, an I Intensified an I ren lered chronic by median si treatment or drastic purgation, have In hnn ireds of instances !een en red within three months! v the srstematlcusenf thlsrele bratetl atoinachlc anl alterative It shout lr rrinemlteretl that weaknesa of the digestive organs Involve manv other allmcuts Unions- uewt, nea lacne nenoua tieminy, apaims, paipt tatlon of the heart, rush of t ool to the head nausea, t ertigo, an i i ro, anl sleeplessness are among Its aud resuiu, and for all these the , le tonic is a specific. It acta flrwt onoomltanta au areat vegetal le tonic is a "Decide upon the stomach, anl through Ihe stomach iipon ihe aeeretorv an 1 nervons systems an I the Im w els, lu gfiur-1 elfett being always geoUl an I renellieut MUAr The Ma-kdaalun tliy Havlag Haak, corner of Rerenth street anl Louisiana avenue, National isavluca Hank, pomer c r New k ork. avenue and i nrteenth atrept ' .VA ?. J!TL ".L n MX hA JT'T '" Joru" alendar month Banking hours, t to 4 Hatnr lays, stoaaul eton. I I ATrrxTm.lsln,lle. to the sale at A oMock this afternoon I y Utlmer deary of the valua- 1 le lot of groun I an I h mse, S .' 11IT on N .rtb K street. ItctaMn 1 irteenthan IHiitrenthatrt-ets wri lnv..lnliv fnmi present in llcatlons of pro- ess, jr tiibH lo louie In the near f mm, i...r ih. rnira nt th wraith fa in i n anl Hi"", I I llliw (ii imwuir lu aiic nuat l nun. ne of the centres of the wealth, faslil n an I renneiuent oi inr iuti toiumia A rail I adran e in the prle of real wuie hProirlng is therefore. .a.l.iIk.l,l i v the i"ML" ""n vi'X'0"::'? a rare a lull Wn'g loT'wsm.fnuv siu.atH7w.ih n rn exiMsiire Uslra) le for health an 1 com Honthern extiosure I rt at all at aaous, an with all the recent Im ro.emenlslj in. Hr.l of IMi.li. Worka,ln ftin-nint lUtaii (mm Ih. laiirt. ale ail I miltl ouvenlent llstait e from the wire air au 1 cult) sled groun ts of Hntt sjnare, the Arlington liottsL strvet raliroatls, the Lxetiitl.e Msnaion ami the put lie Depart inenia. rr .., atitvt.0., i, .uw , ih, meet..,, of lfanngcra arihe Nnrlaaal lutu for IHf nbled aluiileera. 1 he animal meeting t f the troard of managers of the National AatlTim for UmI led Volunteer Mo Iters was Fl wool iv. I r ihe t.r.1, to eon.uraer. or to JZ?ui!AMTuMmM .'."roS. ',J$." Oo.''?,le7ul,'"," "'"'"''' reSln.'Slel" 're 'a S .M.!11erS.lM "'."'I I ihrouirn the .lore One i rk. onW utitutlon.l mo,!. I j other enarlmrnl. ..TU. . 11KKNI1I1. . ..I...,.,.. . .ha nrm.nl,. art w. In I IS. I To lll8eenlh,tretln.rthr.t ...,,, i,...u,, power, to the new e-overn s-as hel l on t rl lay last at Ihe om iini.i" ,".":",, ilmeral Uutler (I u mlT II Martin tale, (i 11 rlT 11 Martin tale of New ' rrV.F hinrth 1 of KIubd. , i:Tt.SSro,i?.7VBrE nrk Oovvrn .r rml an ire Hon I.evtl It I h mas l iMttrn if lllin i, anlfleneral J I). Uolt ut of Wist nisln The reports from the ilifferent asylums show ed that the f ur regular homes had a larger number of inmatea than evt-r Itefore 1 here la now nearly 4 mm dlaatrled mm Ih lug prtrvlded for st Augusta MB , UBinpi n a IMJloil I'U.u au i jinmiurr ."..' 7... :,., ',7'tl.e .. lm.rilml.'t..t -o far a. th. . .u.l.luUon .nil... of , .,14 -..-.....: .....l. r. . Hut ut ion of the kin I extant Inanition 1 1 sup) lying the men with shelter anl cl .thing they are a lan provl Iwl with lliwa Ties reading rot ms, amusement balla, at bonis, work sboim the men being prepared in ihe latter to go out au I earn their n living aa school teachers, bookkceixrs, telegraph operators, me- hanlca, At an 1 1111 g paid while in the asylums lor any useful latior performed Inronseqnetire of the n iiniier of applications i or a-luiissiou lu tbe Uomoa the board fuuml it jieceesary tt) erect additional I ull lings to ar awiuodaU them, and that men who had serve I faithfully In their country's service and become disabled Bhouii have a home for the remainder of tbelr days Blight changes nere made in th rules, after whit h Hie board adjourned (liy Hall Hervleea. llderH K Hsgi: an r vangellst, from Massa whuaelt, sh ke l Ihe (Itv Hall three times tmtepiay taking f r bis It xi In the morning I i ir lis .vr 1 leUrmlned not to know any ihlng ami ng nu sav It mis l hrlst anl lllin rrucTdnil TlepriKt lit t take a omprehen eive view of the plan of aalrau -n. fn m the fall In th (lanleu if t-len when (titlst irnclQed waa flrat 1 reflgnred In tbe 1 nmilse to live, anil a I itle later in Abel aa nn e d wn to the lime when lie will ui lele it I y e .tiilug again to reward ills mini a 1 1 set tip Ills e.rriastlng klngiltin lu the afternot n his Hiijett was the Halnla Reward," fr 111 H n ait" ih) 1 1, 1 it I isivr an I in the evening the ItfTiirr u 11 Iroml litis Ii 1 Whirrf.rr mf rt 11 an llier w.ih these Iheerlcrisaman tt appar ntlv aiKut sixty year of age of One prewihs an 1 a very ini.e.i. fe&teonnteus e ah I full of energy He baa jumU n oHlingaaerleaof rerltal meetioga in Philadelphia wild, gtMxl success He sireaks again at ih aame laca tltui, aa well aa e-lnea-day aul Priuy. evening when an itetrtunlly wllbeafurden r questiona hi. Mrpketi'a (karrk The mission In this church of w hit h Rev Toho Vi Nally le pal v, au I whit b l gwen uu ler tbe lUrectlon of Rev Pather mat kmeter h I and Iwoother JesuU FaUiera, comment yestenlay ntornmaatluBuo iMk anl win tie continual about ten day. The chorea was crowded to rr PleUoo, (Irant high niaaa waa rrltbrated and Key talher (ilatkmever preached a very el nuVol aermon 1 he eillrleut choir rendered jer? 1 .. .. .. ..... ......, 1 f.ii imu In ti lat 7.r,n. ii I. k anulher verf Urite ou,r Siffi a. la ft.u.uo, .nl an ImpreJl . SJi.Siwa. nrea "Si I t In, rereren 1 We I r S7nTlI.u.u lk" ruMJ? rerllej o. th. .... MlXuM an I kede lkllon . I the ni.iu.ea , SSmeniM "en at ill, cloa. ol Ihe .ok-inn Sill? nonI.iawla.iuluauewllllicel I rjITJrt.,OT aiimtkf 1TI niwoWoia, GIFT ENTERPRIZES. TRIAL OF THE PHOTOGRAPH MEN. Thirty IMya In Jail ami On Hundred Hol lar Fine OpIulaH af Judge nell On Saturday, at l oYlock, the rase of C J Minor, charged with keeping a gift holograph eatabllahment tt SIT Heventh street, Frederick I)nn lerdale it i3 Seenth etrert, an I Benjamin BevcrtlgeatnT Pennsylvania avenue, came np In thf lllcc Court twfnr Julge Snrll A the rase were all similar Mr Minor's was taken op a lest rase Mr HlckM Harrington, assist ant district attorney, appeared for iheproeecn tlon,andMeasr.A (l Klddl an 1 L. (1 Ulne for the defence The defenlant wAarra.gnfHl an 1 plea 1M not guuir Ur llarrlnirlon Ml I that IhU tl. 1 lfn railed as a test rasp There wa nodrsiretnha.e the fnll penalty Imposed In rse of conviction, t nt shouitthe Inltod mates .rove a true case, Hie lirih ntiiMl Mialaa talla. then Ihe Other rase linn will an"pcn i !"" wu mo mn , Mr ,lne Mi the? were artlPlra of merrhan ,, TR.,)n tt or M perdoaen .; m u. i.t.i ihtt Vr vinnr wittie rem ir proprietor of the place, for the prtrllege of , pe'ung whlrh he hat palil fl ooo license t he cimiiitpllptween them attempted to agree (0nn in which to preaent the raw, hot finally ro tuJr,, t0 rnceel In the regnlar war, al 1V(f, tlT, (enrs0 McElfreiih waa aworn Knew Mr Minor ly sight was In his store ahont Pe- trmnera, nai seen iwmci unjum i iivi.miyii anl" thry were arranged In rarks on the at le t f the lulMinr the clerks have a rue whlrh the irtlestake and point ontthe pant they want, and It Is giran to Ihem on paying Bfty cents. If there Is any amount marked on the hack the lerk rails tt out an lit Is pail overdll not know the value of the cants had tmnght aime ot them himself awl drew several dollar prixe UMtKht f IB worth, aud waa atout that rnmh out when he atoiped i laving Detective McDevltt an t w Itness went there together, and the former drewatttank, some of the cards wvreMank on ihe lcW, If there waa anvlhiug markml on the lrk the drawer receded the amount anl the liy MT Itlhlie tiwas an nprn i innw -x question waa eier male sIhmu fiirlr laving th amount celled for on the l a k of the ranis Hal no knowledge ot anv comi lalnt ever llng mte agilnst the place as dlsonlerlv IX I noi know whit projM)rUoti of tberanlshal flgnres marked upon them Iiirehaseil lift worth of Mr Minor when he kept on Ninth street Itv Jn Ijre flnelli In expen ling that amount mid l not nv how manv blanks were drawn Mr Mr Hi l llei IK I rid nrchue them oythe row ixiuxnt wnere ne inniinni mere wu umuej t n the ba k. . I Mr ki I iiesnomineiine iicenwoi xw imor I which was recalled In ei Heme also a regnlar Mr Ri I lie snhmitte! the license or Mr Minor I ttery tnket, showing the working of a scheme The irn-)Manl was then offere I In evidence There were fonr columns on the right anl left si tea Those on the right si te were heeded hy a fioagnre, ami inose on ine ieu 1 1 a so ngnre iMiwn the two rows were the f ltowlnff words "The largest number on this loanl at the right ,M.,r.. ... .......-. . ... -'- .,"";; the numlHT of f 10 prizes still remaiolng marked Mr. llineialietl the attention of Ihe roart to " " , li.'n.? Vn 'Si PIf met ?f Iml Saw " hnl'TLiI' - i'n... VJ m hn.tL; whether this was a lottery or not remained for I tha court to do lie, lut that Congress ha I de Lnnedthe tistlnttlon lielween lotteries anl gift i iitemrtnea bv the art of June. 1A4. an I thU waa the .rule of constroctlon given to them by "" -iiJni 7 r mJii,, ,., nElln thu ,nrl?e Jfl.nLcIn.f.inSmThu Ihatrlct, reaerrlng a supervising wer This 'j T1"11"" hI ' I"".?.1., JSIL .V1. HA UPensing i"1?" nPer ftr sale a merchandise with an Implied I romlae of aometmng else in ine way i a giii. ur itMTiowlmhml the court to cons ler th Mr ltld lie wlsheil the court to ronsl ler that the act of 1b44 asaeaee! a tax on the lottery dealers an 1 repealed the act of iMs aa an inootj. sl.tent law, an I there waa no crime in thla Die sis".;sr."r ;. ..itoiBrVucwu ' ll.mn.ion uln thttthe n.ue.Uon, whether mwrntl reenne ui l.w reoee.1 the l ol :"-. I:.". ....... .V. .i.i .V.7.T: Mr Hi Idle followetl. an I aal 1 that there was no Intention of violation of law, anl there was tie 1-est reaaon for the f trlM-arame exercised In the case ly Ihe nrn era of the (lo.rm ment He cited ihe law of the District, whit b f r the sum of tl ft- authorlteil the ojnnlng an I keeping of gift en ten rises, an I thought thai It was prrttv.iMil for ihe officers of Ihe Govern men!, In (he f,tt,e of thla statute, to come tn and "" I M r? " r.1T Ui! ',,' ? ! "' penalty of thirty dayi i In JalU If this was law. " " astonUhwl ti an I how little he knew of It. II HUH Uiairil IW rHV liy Ilk H IM CIIK ll". business thev ha 1 the right to n ntrol it He believed there was not the ghost of a shs I w of law for this rosecution. en.1 felt conn lent of ouvlnclngthetourtof that fait He then tiled various oi inlons to sulwtaniiaie his 1 leas Jn Ige Kuril then drlivvreil the following de cision t I mied statea nl . Minor Thedefpnlant Is tharged with keeping a plate of busincM for i aeiuug luuery ucatiia an i seiuiig loitery ticcva .'in .tilatioD of an existing law of the Inltel ,, ln 1 the Dlstru t of I oluniula, pawe.1 August . Wi. Ihe defenlant answera i y a license imm tne authorities of the District of toluml la. Issued in ff'VA wnluln me l.utri l J!e a s Omt -esXn VSlTffSaffl.e Aanl r sVtk nil tlarftLl ""f1"' ,!fl,,LUve.A""e,u:Jr. wr" ""'I1'?.??-' ALouflittof law arises In this ase. urest nting -SfSa", ,rt '-J !l tlu m si anful Ltlerati m ? " point raised tut in si an iui u usi lersu m Hit, ai it ts not, am tne errors nere iani speedily lorreitetl alxive, anl aa It has hern , "l'w "e. " ".ft 'ft1' 'ft' Iff I ?" i iiiik mail ax aik 1110 rem I mrt tip n Ihe ' " - i ..V, ii.Y.'L thi-T.m.tmm.r. ' . '.JtT',?1', '"..j "? . rohu Vir.1 Ut t'" Wlen Uttt II !! U aSUIlltlelll lei Ote lor the fil.trlrt of I olnniMa, I nkrei. u.e..e,l he e tu.lte nirluof lyt.latlou, an 1 It. Ia. Ji Umltjl ! .' '''"S?-'' '"' 'J"' tiou lielua exnresaed bv tha following language u I n itulug herein ahall b ct nstriie l to de ' pnve ( ongrcsa of the power of legislation over sal I PUtnct in as ami le ma nner as If tbla law fthe t rganl law) ha 1 not lfii enacted " Hie right of revlsmu of District kg slation Is ai. expressly aeenre 1 no iui inr wgia.siire cneniment, while very n ml ler 1 comi siiaon w lib ltione tHMsessts ' X the it ruier corjH ran ms, are inaienaiiy less "n tho of a Mate, an I oppret 1st Iv I fferent f'".5.v' rrj:""r .. ?' '::e ly the It nner corix ratlins, are inaierlally less preaervean I maintain lata t us aovertlgn power 0, er the District aa the cai iui scat 1 he plstrlt t goveniinenl Is suitor llnate lo the national, aa the mio truiuulilpal goverutueuu in a Mat are a tburtllnata to the superior mate government. It is familiar Constitutional law MtHfj, amp iirirrnan if tha I nitrtl vol I ( ohen vs Virginia a W heat n It, p 4U j H f .Hows unavoi Ui ly if a clear re, ugnamy 1 cacauuaneu ixiwren au act 01 me irjiaiaMr Assemi ly of this quasi rorrltory an I a law of the lulled States, the f inner must yield to the pars mount law. and Is vol I But It la urged with ronsl leraMe ooiifllen( e, that ( ongress has legalixedl oth gift enterprises an I lotier1esHty ihe revenue acu of 1H, having given eUtorste drflnltlous and Imjmaed ilcnuav taxes on iKib It ureiilMl that these acu went acis of rev enae, and designed to ai ply to Htate where lot teries an I gillenterpriNCH were authorlznl un ler Slate laws and further that these revenue acts of lao nave been reaJel, aud that an arnnna tlv statute U not to be re.waled ty linplitati n in tbemannrr suggested, au I for I be Hiriosesof this trial it is so ruled It I further earnestly eontemleil that this of fence aa proved Is n .t within tbe autilte that this Is nrither keei ing a plat e f r the sale of I it tery tit keta, nor are those 1 botograi bit 1 It Hires In any legal ms lotiery tickets A strut tin atrucUou of the statute u invoke.1, an I 1 Rations of law are made in a ipport of this d trine, A tli ket 1 1 w me It Iter is also offere I to how the ttle ( f tl ket tn vogue In some Hlates Rouvler defines in his law du lit nsry a lolterv lobe a heme lor ihe listri nil n 01 prt.perty l y chan e H The hui rente (onrt of New .ork ileeiiiw) the ayatein alo ie. 1 v th Amen n Art I nliwi f r the iwtribntl n of lii(lng-t to ben I ttery l J liarb, 0 I IbeHutremeloiirt of New llamiMblre In Ihe ate t f Kiale vs lark ll N 11 t 11, jj le. lleil a'glftlHM kaale 1 1 be a lottery I be I ourt of ;urtM. Bench deei let a stbenie advert Uetl to In nn the riuclple of Ibe rt tnlm in Im a lottery Reg v Harris, 10 Cox Crim C ase, p, mt Bui, itlaurgetl thrue asea do not apply, anl the it leailon is aha 11 a photograplile anl for which 11 fty rents Is charge 1 but admittel to Ih) worth taenty lite cents only, placed agalosi tbe wbI) with trtaln flgures nr marks upou us tck, unknown to the purchaser waitb may entitle hnn lo an ad litioual prize ol fkUW nr nothing is such a anl with lu i.rroundiog clrcumsuiKes, to be hel I a lottery ticket within tbe meaning of the law Ihe pun haser la shown this pnou. graphic ard be is loll that I y paying Ufiy cents fie tan have this card ur any ou lo toe rack fur Ibia money and he will tuu la bant,e of draw ing a prixe of I- Ml In ad lltlon lie pays fifty He par. l.at. nre reuta lor the lhanc, ol arawlii 9J0 iui laional lk. not the echeme Involved ap,K-allo the aame .ll.po.IUon lor en gijlag In taiarj an chau., wltnlh, hop. that .mall luteatmeul, will tflve .real retorna, WU. h onauiuu. Ihe ,reat ev.l of nearlf ever, ape. lea I ninMuur an 1 1. It not . onafquenllr, clearli wilhinth.miKhl.fagaliul.kl.klh.,uial,a. villi uv rjvkfln i.i'i nv..a ,w,Mi , wh.v l urn limn niiriiiv kiiiiiiibmj tir iin( It la laM down In Dwarrla on HUtntM . tnU Iowa t or tha tine Interpretation of all atatntca le they penal or henetlclal" it la net I to l-e I the duty of the ju tges at all tlmea to make anch ronatniPtlon at ahall anppreaalhe miachlefaol adrance the remedTt putting down all anl tie In venttonaant evajilona for (onilnnam-e of mla rhlPf. ef pmprirntn eofMtnol i, an) aiding force an I life to the rnre an 1 remedy according to the inip Intpnt ol the act iwboHOpMicom ihladoc inne la not ancient an l antl piated, lint hu heen marhlnery of mental an 1 m tral illwlpltne, to the rpcngnlxed In well-ronal If ml moilern raaea In thin country anl (nglanl Potter Dirarrla p 14, I y leva Bernard Meeiion A WilMr, Irol p in Hart va (tela n Jthnmm, 44 New llamphlre p. 199 IhepiirrhaAeraof Ihcxecanla (art with their monerln the hope of mtalnlng not on I v their money's worth I ut something fcltltlonal of mnch greatervalne, the right to which Is ascertained liy chance anl whether the token employed to carry out this pnrpoae ki photograph cantor anmclhlng ra)1el a ticket, for the t unione of this trial 1 will hold It to te the name In leial effect. an l within the mischief which It Is the ol Ject ot the a t of ( nnrrww to prevent As it Is admitted thitthe defenlant has arte1 nn ler what he mnrelred to l a tall I law ot the District AMPmhlT, the Oovemment of the I nlteil Htateffhrlts aitorner asks very properly that tne smallest penally mar tie Imposed which Is a line of f 100 an I one month's lm rlsunment In the Jail of (he Iiiatrt t of Colo nit la Mr HIIHe entered an aineal anl the ilefin lant as hel I In the sum of U to answer CIT H1IAI1. TAIK. Thee- 1- dirt Mr mti-n anl llr In th v.ri.. ' i .rHf.1 nri . ri i m Vmm n I I I macka. (Mu t hour from II to I I i iiii ill mi i""'t. uiiifwni uni iKXiri i I iriiri irrirni ur mrn j mvirijini j Johnson, the w Ife mnnlerer. is aim trvlnv to get a reprieve There was lively dog right In the Hayyester rtsv, wltnessexl 1 y a large nnmher of the denlieua 1-h.Tt.uff ih.i.uAnn.k.t.... n..h..i - ,SitpaSrftVSK IK VffiJ m i ii ' JJ - . . .... The finest farm an 1 aurronrntlng imll lings at Arilnrton heloni la Dmtt Knilth of the Itisleinn- I tlon Hirean, Treasury Hepartroent I The new navy yaw wagon carriage" carries the heaviest ofmlal 'male- In the service It waa bought for a mi' wagon. The t Oolver ptvemrnt on Plghth street ' southeast Is finished, an 1 looks as If a streak of I UKhrnlnghailatruckltBllewatA. The with irimn in several tnouMn i rtiiarsior private parties an I i "If:" ZlV urnmeni lie eiiouil be made lo Slug Stuff Thf nnnl mMtlnir of th, S.w I ork KjpuU , k-.o i AMorletlon ,u keu mnnlv nleht t A Ia.L-ab llmll ah I .nnavi.nl. ivenm IibIwabh I Ponr-an l-a-hall and Hlxth streets. A M tlapn. ltSSSJOl the regular onler , rLhrn7?"ir!.hnri.: lerlng into an annual election of officers. Boforhcera. :.the rnle rennlring t was ansnen led , un motion or lou riocKing, ' oftlrers lo he elected hv Itallut The ftillowln ticket was nominate an I elect ed nnantmouslvi Por oreaklenL Alonao llell. fur vmiltrr Inthenaryyanl hasleen selxe.1 ;',i,S;;Vrt liBht vllratlnir In theaameMane. Vtf.ITnarnj im or ,ne,r untr wm,w "" lor I pnvpre"! that he ha I been relieve.! of the above ( Mr Artjinr Psrk. ltoabrnMrslv Mrt llllnola .iiJBWi,-,"w r-jr'S Sou- w..,l to Vnow wn.l In do with nun 7V i,. i i lol ii Tn intr wu iiTnw.L I .'" ? ... Si. S."' ' "'.. . ' . q "' " ' " ' " Immwiiw, rfUirnf.1 In blm hw wilrli ' 8m r.v.m.n S;i JJw BThViKIiV l.lntl. omril nmlllnn who ilop wort imonnllni to ' !w? P"?5?.I"?T' ". J'... ,!f. .S Hund.f nlehl. with them worliln. In Ih, cno . i , ,.,.. . .,. tnowlntn. of .h. o... Ti ffSf.WIS.f..LSR.S V?fiSt?,K.,.fflS2 vl e t real lent, T O Hensey for recording sec- i r mra t ions of one lane, only one Image waa pro retary, James K, Hprairue f r financial secreury, ' Jecte! upon the ac reen en 1. N wart m for treasnrer Ur J P llawes ex- I Again, when light was passed through, the ecntlve committee, I McMahon. J A Perkins I p larlxlng prism with the latter In an oblique V doughty, (leo k. Ha r wood J Whelpley. iiirectlon, tome light vibrating In t-oth planes tlonghly, (leo L. Harwooii J U Whelpley. Ir llawes. thetreasnrer.au! mined hla annual report, which was a looted The rampaign committee was grante I further iiniT- hi rr,i"r. I Thc ao.-taJle committee reported that It was their IntenUoa to hoi I four eoclat lea dating the winter rhe reeonllng secretary reported that the meiiitershlp of the aasot iallon wa3I ine executive committee preemei ineir an nual report which was a (opted A vote of thanks was exten led lo the retiring .v . , . . , M aapp. the retiring presl lent, ma le drrastotheassotlatloa ivly-eleeted offlcers In turn responded Hun A a short add i The newl In short speeches Mr tloughlv offered the following resolution In reference to Mr Joarpn Maklreu an I his son, irinriKv ii -u-i-a. ikicu ihiifuii, who were arrested lo lironklvn at the Presi len uai ri-tiini nptru .no f large ui iiirgauj tempting to vote It xrru, . tuv Tver ivita iiiuiiiii.u iimu- elation will Buslaln and In low, by all Its means an I resources poaslt le, the efforts of J 8. Mai drenanU waddren to vindicate their rights by Ike iroserutlon of the parti ss or persona who deprived them of the prtllege of ,otlug Adotetl The whole sub) pc t was referred to a special committee with Hon A M Clapp as chairman wr iiongniy moveu iniiiroraiiimreni nve i leinlnte.l loute Into coiuMeritlon Ihe ul '11,";.!." The motion caused some little onnosltl m. and Mr Clapp est I the Invitations lo attend the meet- electing Presl lent (irant, shonl I he granted the iur"o iirrni r nnu iiato uuuo uiniuua lunania poor eatisfacUon of Inaugurating him Another In Urlduat aal I he bad no objection to thoae Who Will makemonevoutof It baring for the dance as the hotel keepers an I contra ttrs mil I na,. Ih. rrl. h..l h.n oat i reso Them. lion was lost, Ur rmodgra offered a resointlon tleplorlng Ihe Ions of Horace Oreeler, whk-h was unant- monsir a lopted an I plat ed on re oni i A IJ nnicd - lllnneawtw Mate taaarlatUn The Minnesota Hepul llran Assoclstlou met at I inr nunc oi .neara ninmirn an'i King on iat- , unlav evening Ur Charle Klntr In the chair. an It I- Wklntrand secretary On motion of Mr Duck, a sociable committee was apnointetl. The rpport snl milled by the chairman of the ramitalgn committee showed that livy., (Imu menis ha-1 treen sent to the Bute, that M hal been r elved to defray expenses, all of which was expen led excepting is no Messrs, King Craig, and bean were appointed a commute to Investigate the charge of books having been taken from the committee rooms of Post OtT) an I Post Itoeds while used by the campaign committee The following officers were elected for Ihe en suing yean 1 real lent, (leneral J II .laker; vice presi lent, v nanes rung secretary t. T Wldatrand ireaanrer, V V, liuck executive committee, It. P luiur. M C Etlson, an I I M Hmltb delegate to the Central Association, Lhas, king Mr Buck offereil the following resolution, timk h nw. iiuiint.uii) ..ii..i-.i Ittmiirtd. 1 hat thlaasaoi latloii view with nleaa. nrethe evllent Intention of the o le of the Distrittof tolnmbla to make the coming frstlvU tie of the aecon 1 Inauguration of General f irant SA President Of the I nlllNl Hlatea the innat hrlU llant rkkklnn nf thn Lint rh.l n swav 1.A&.. ..-. . ... ... ,, ..... u,. Hn vm invu relehrate.1 in the history of our country, an I that we hereby ten ler to the memiten. of the lot al government of this lHatrk l onr earnest wlahes for their anccesa In the un leruklng. au 1 promlae toaJlthemtothecxteblof ouratTiity, an I that acomnuttee or two no aipointtHl bv unsasstt- littt?aULV1. on. tn 'jmmllteeofcttixensof 1 5" O'."" iIt aiiiKilnteil. ui I auure -- Tali hell lul U I latran.l woe ihem arrylng Meura. Twlihell an.1 M l.tran.l were ap- pointed aa the commlttte tbe name of Mr has i i ... ...... ... .... . .. : I ?""", "" . W " "" '" 1 "!""". (vl.wbl. T71.oar.pkl. .1 eiwrletr The Columl la TTnogranhlcal Hncletr inrt at Ihelr hall on Hatnnlay evening and re-electe-1 the present officers for the enaulng year They are a follows Presl lent, A T latls, vlcepreai lent, IhomuHlch aeeretary.K. MerMnrray treaau rer, Michael Caton, marahaL Maurice Joyce. The celebration of the fllty-elghta annlveraary of the society, which occurs on the 4th of June next, was eouslderetl and a committee consist- tngofMeasra. UacMurray, iRtwrller anl (lax ton, were appointed lo make the necessary ar rengaments Measra. Fran tool. Petweller and Malonev were appointed a ootauiittee to au lit the hooka and att.niinu of the society, whhb has been In a healthy con lltioQ daring the astyear but few rnsmln. k..lm a..u&.t akI Ik. I.., II.. 1.1 111. an 1 none nave ocrii ao tmicieci iajiici luatlf r a rail on the venerable treasurer. ruiunlay night elet ted for ihe thirty-eighth Pawdrr Pll Driver, Haturtlay eveulog aiajut fl.e o clock the prnmenaderi on Pennsylvania avenue were Pleket nrlni. whl k u,n mve.Uiallon were .li.o.ere,l io l the rep..rt. from the pow ler i uo nn vrr. uini in unvinir ine ilea mr in near Baltimore an 1 Polom" depot on U street, near .L,Ii?.wlJl?.t?ra" "WlonUMt,net rhaanTiaral... iJhilSl. 7n I Xi.nr,.!;! tne apparatus m thiartiy, and the experiment waanxk.taiiiw.ku.riit 1-h. eh.rrr. nf iw.n l.e .n.l waa moat suocasafut The charge of pow ler used was ainmt two ounces, which drove a lie through me nam grow no ine uuiaorv oi tweuty ove raet in aiiout Ove minutes with an average stroke of Blx inches. The pile after teeing driven to the reimireo tienui. was iouu i io im uev ii i ti tnat ii '"" , un inwiuuci Kratarky Hrpabllcaaa, The arm (-annual meeting of the Kentucky Re put I lean Association waa held on Hat unlay night and the following officers cbosen for the ensuing yean Presl lent, Charles Hendley, vice presi dent, John It lollett, secretary, J T Neely, norrespnndlng secretary, I M Ruiidahuah, treasurer, P KlnuL Col 0 V (lest, J H, Col let t an I W O pennl son wereapNtlniMl atwnimlitee lo confer with the other hiate aastKiatlona regarding the Inau gural reremonles, to report at the next meeting A ooniinltteeof Ave nu aoclahlea wasaj M.nietl, after whli h the meeting adjourned The restaurant of Mr Urn Helmns on Seventh strut, above D having teen timr-l ftr a me daya for ihe purtiose of nuking extensive re i airs, will l 0 araln oiiened to-m -rrow 1 he I ar na been newly palnletl anl enlarge) an I aeve ral ban 1st me dmlng rnm have i een ad let! to tho estat llshmenl, which makes it one of the most complete of lu kin I In the my Mr Hel mus knows how to kcp a reilanra it an I the 1st i tl at he always keep ihe best nf ll , iora an 1 refreabmenta has set ure I f r him a largu palm uage ben you call on Helmut y i are aiwaya certain to get Ibe best thre l lu the eating or drinking line faurt;li Truster Appuluird Jo Ige Wylle, sitting lo rhapii era Haturday appointed the following trustees of the Methodlat Kilscotal rhortb on T we I fib street east Wm Jone. Jatuea H. Beall Jotiu T James Andrew Burgers, barlca Berkely, Daniel Jobuaou, ao I John Uurpby Travt 1 10 Ike Navy arJ. OotJaturday the Orel car of the Washington and Georgetown ( ompany found Its way to tbe navy yard gate It bss been over three months looking for this terminus and thecltiaeua of ibat section wdl he glad to know that it la found at last T i Tbe Uawll-v ltae. (leneral BalMOck Mr Spcfford, librarian at theiapltoL aniIMr (lark, anfiitett, the com I mUsltai ui aeleri the artist I r executing ibe ( a tat ue of General Bawllns will meet at the x i ecu live mansion to-morrow It ts said that in Die Ream an I risk MUie are Ihe m t prominent competitor J n w. lutivi-.iii. "'i"t" i-"""" it, ins prow, .ariiirn. imui m ii, iu uiict, inr.o waa grrairr auucnng nrro niQ riacwnrrr will attract thousan Is to tha thestra this werk ii tu il.7&i..i,.U f Vi ... V; ?.. au.1 he, as president of the association, had not mowed that light, after having oaaaed thronghj Nineteen tvrentleth of those who came tohim W.an P? UilUSfWiSntMk,ftlt mSI la.Int been honore! with an Inviuuon. lie felt thst the first prisnircmtl 1 bernienctie.1 ortransmlitedl f .r all f.unl their misery originating from I "Mpgem-nl will compensate for the fa llnrea K JSKrr?lnsrt fi SA&-aA?rk r I'It0PlJ4lOU TMItlM Ilia ThlrJ Ilrt I elJ BxpUaintloiwanJ iinuiaai Kxperiment Hatnrday erenlng last, Profeanor TyodaJlrte. Uveretl ihe third in hla aartea of lei ture on light fJnroln halt was a rain crow led, an hf an ait lien e eminently distinguished for Its cnu tnre and high aoUal position The main subject of hla lecture waa the action of crystal! upon light lie spoke flrat of the arrhltectore of crrsula themselves, and how. In moat ettra ordlnary uannw they are nnllt np,anduitwe mnst fall liatkTroreiplanatlonaon eonoepttona drawn- from the worl I of senses. Hla flrat teriment was with the magnet needle He passed a magnetic neetie ausen led aliove a bar magnet, which waa repelled at one end and at tradel at the other, while at the centre It was neutral Thla was to famiiiante the an Hence with the I lea of polatltr Now, If the magnet is hroken In two, shall we have one as an attractive and the other as a re pulsive marnetf No Int two perfect maxneta. Ihen followetl the eeconl experiment, with a magnetlo atrip of steel tested I v a snspen let! needle It was hroken an 1 tesled again, and he Ml I It tnlRht go on on I II ImpoMlMe to illvllelt again mill the Imagination t oul 1 1 nn eel with the division till the nr nsof the steel were con reived as possessliik distinct poles. He flung some iron mings npon a piste oi ajiaw wnesin whkhwasa magnet, an 1 then threw tha Image upon tha screen As the plate was Jarre! the filings arranged themselves lu magnetic curres aromid the poles In this there waa first the I lea of polar! IT, an 1 aeenn I that of ape lal slmc ture prod iced hi the acllt n tf polarity on par tides. Ily thla crystals are t ullt np, molecnle by molernle t rystalllne forms are of Infinite va "T . A WNUIIOU Ol cpmrwe ui ainmniiiain wy "pread upon a glass niaie an i ibcisi in me eiec tJ,0 hojj t,, the solution had anftl elentiv evaporated rrvstalllxatlon took place, spreating fern-like structure upon the screen. Next, a tell, containing a solution of acetate of leal waa placed In the microscope On sen ling a current of eloUrtcltr through the twoter mlnaladlDolna' Into the llauhL lirantlful crystals of metallic lead were projected npon the a reen. Now, the ether, the same which vtbraiea In the n".tel.a .pace: I. Implicate,!, ami to Illustrate aM rroi -lyndau 100a a owe oi inerryiiai tourmaline reflected horizontally an 1 vertically f r, ra a hiack mirror In one position the Image nt tha tiMirtnaiin was hlark. In tha other It wsa transparent The light passing tk rough tha tonrmallne, being re iucm to a noruoiuai piane, coul 1 not be reflected when the mirror was ao placet) as to reflect only light vibrating In a ver 'leal plane WPXflTJfSflJSSfl malliie, rednteil !."? "5 f17",t' "M ,nrn.wl nlet,.JlrrrreVn.i VrJh,m"' SaiVM.oivad arminJ the nearest image of the.lot.an ordinary ray The next experiment was wttn iceian i, or 1 refracting spar, which showe 1 an Image of car. . j' '. .. i.i. t.i.. t -. u The next experiment was with Iceian t, or 14- rertfn one lra,n Kvoll e.1 mil ml the t twr on tnrnlncthe eir The etrinlinr)r Cm.. re. vnlb.1 Ann..n (Ik. Anl 111 a TV llliarTit I oniinary linage a tin ular iMin of light split The next waa lUS$ SHI&35 RWiS one waa reflectel In the other position of the mirror the extraonllnary ray was quenche! an 1 the oniinary refleue 1 ihrtmrbtha anar The llahtlwlna thus direction, some light vibrating In l-oth planes was tranunitted through the spar, ami two images were obtained 1 he next was an illustration of polarisation by rrnecuon, niuainiuiK in iivunin it.m inmi electrto lamp, with a glass mirror, (hel 1 aa near aa possible in the polarizing angle ) through Ice- lanlaparthe rays l mg reduced to vibrations ' of a single plane, by the mirror only one Image was nroJetel upon the screen Then followetl an illustration oi poiarueti ugn. oy iraumniiuion anil y reflection image of tourmaline was re- fleeted first from a single plate of glass, an 1 a part of the light also tranatnltte.. upon the at reen Aa the number of plates were Increaaod onelmage waa black and the other transparent, And tne next was an Image of tonrmallne aollt by i ra..ing tnroogn . reimwn .o.r, oho uu.a. right ao I the other ilarg upon the acreen on ..... .... ....a.il. .... u.i i in .( I. I . turning the tourmaline arounl a point (tadeg)ls . mfoiuic uiDHjuiunuuT-ivHiii )-. ('it,n. ' reached where light, vibrating In lioth plane, is iransnuiietl an I iwu irmnriiari;u uuixn aro thus obuined On completing a revolution of FU urgTCra kUO IU11 m n H ihv tl aiunj'aai vut be auie dark, an 1 vice versa. Two tourmaline plates were projected nnon the screen when they were parallel, one over I the other, their Image was transparent, onrross- lug them their place of Juutlure was iierfuiUy black. The Introduction of a lece of mlta bt tween them Instantly removed the blackness by rendering the light passing through the first innrmalineot tne same vh rating piane aa ngni thit coulit p throurt the .frond one ei , I mm tn w itllam fVirotllawoode. ean- of London The prism nearest the light 1 called the analUorj iheMcola rough crystal of gypsum was Introduced, and i-tiemll Fcolora ot tame I, the different thickness nf tha twitm (rivlntr dlffwrent colors, (tntiim- ingoneSiool, complementary colon to ihe flrat " !! a onra were produced Aolereof gypsum worked Into a concave form was Introduced. On Uluroluatlng thta with tnonocloromatlo light, I rlglil an 1 dark rings were 0l tamed due to Interference Thetupllsof the opticians In Parte are very sklllfof In cutting gypsum Inro various thick - nesaea, ao as to fonn devices ot flowers, bints, . very perfectly, whit h, whan place 1 between " .ti'i" tiii mm in 1CT ncuui .. -. a. .- I - .... I lion, ngum ui pramnH, nu aiar, wtiri ahnirrn vnr-v I rllllantlr unnn the atrrun and ivitn. t lemenury colors to those flrst obtained on turn T tng Nlools He spoke duriug the lectnre of the ' lecture nan not oeing oi tne proper lorra lor experimenul lectures, the leitnre table ahoul I tHjlooketl down upon, an I not raised upon a plat- form, for many experiment ronl I not t-e per-' f rmel!hroughllng raiaetl npon a level of the riOTIMEltrV HOME. rraooaed Enlargement af the Park. The htianl of coiamlaalonera of the 8tldiera Home, conslatlim' of bunreou (reneral llamea. ( ommlssary (leneral Eaton an 1 Adjutant General Townseml, have, after oonsuluUon with the president an 1 hecretary of V, ar, decided to In crease the aires ly beautiful park attached to the 1 Home, I y the purchase of Mr W V. (vrrorans county seat, Uarewtmtl " which adjoins the itome ine ten takTVria nf Ih, aaln havn nn ma.ln Ilk a.iii ih. nui.Hiii m nr ih, iiitniniaHiiin hir-h now financially In gool con lltlon owing lo ln- creased returns whlth have leen made alnco the w ir At present, in additlnn to ihe iwnent It con- f. int.n tha nl I uilrlUH tha i1H. Ihenawfi tha . .. . . .. - A 71.- , ..... .. .... ..-.... KrOUOI.a aCrTO aa OUO W. IUC Ua;UHUIIia, aUlrUnWII routea, and la the beginning of a grand park, whit h in fiintra must akin th northern bnnn tn. nes of the city ". Uarewoo.ru also ln gool con lltlon welllall ouL anl when the two are united the drlvea joluetl,and other improvement Inad the till ', wUl anrely vote the liberal cominlsamn aa imong ibe most pul llo-aitiritetl ol oHlcials. The K.lr .r Ike Ml.ll.ee.l NUler. .1 OJJ l-rll.w.' 11.11 Mar the generous hearts ol our good mothers ani f.ih .ni ih. idn.iif t.nmtkt hirh often prompts the young and gay to beneficent ... ... .a... f :- .rr a....M . i i. hmi iinn at ih. difin iwt.i i..iinw. han wbl h will be open for it purpoaea every even ing thla week. Aid In th-pro uranee of winter comf)rtafor holy charity s little ones, and In the .urchaaeof the weH-orcleretl Home of Industry, where their futnro maintenance will be secure.! , in great usefnlneas, make It an oljett for the I fonal .crate and benevolent of aU churches ami amietles. To no more worthy han la than tbose of thealsteni eoull the rbarlUhlelntrnst their means i f al I and for all moneys apentatthe fair ine han lstimeatandmostgeniilneequlvaint n offered in the leauuf ui au Inseful arth lea for sale at reaaonai le rates. . - - I Knlakt af Pilhlaa Pair ' nniaam ! ''"'" rn.r 2 ,,5 In Teh.. rCf hritrh han lanrna I itlaa -ft.. nd In charge of bright, ban isome a-Ilea, The ,Vrt?nSthe nutonlin nr in a bim on 1 onf. irmnuni m inn irtmiiiuii 111 i nnnk nn in i mil iimsnunpr inpr wrni in i " hvmuu. u uiaik The aran 1 fair of Libert v Lmhre NO tLKnluhta "? .WV''" 7. "";"" "1""" " ' Lliy as to frMr wni it. rnntinmxl thla ,., , nieitara. t- r. t4.nroii, . A. Jtunrer, ail I donn It who was ith'rSft.,wH,l raTal.uihea-LnVa7?n. I "lmtn the I uilthng comu.liteo u. ihe ian of ... ; '.:. . . ' . : ... ..... . imniaia i aaLiir. nmw jonn uBattirr niiinir I. a. .... .ij..a..i ..... a... ... . ur3 ;'" . . . ........... ..:. .....: rig" iromisesto IM quite lively Hull o new re'irall. an (other knlghUytcstun WMlIll TbO hall Will UOUbtleM l UMDlM ,,h vmirhta an i thir men tn everv .rniintr "t1" kOlgnW Bit 1 tnir IflCU IS every evening , a-,winitt5?wai ,,un" l"w W,! Pennsylvania. The PennsrlvanlalteDUbllcan Association onen ine wk iaoe aeaaou at -tiaaoiiiu uau tni evening ,iim. .,... ... a.,lw.v..,, " .vm. it i. ju ikium ii vm mw jiciiButftin utp ikDiuvj matl., the affair promises t be no less Interest- mg an i enjoyame man tne entertainments nv l his association last winter An adJress of wel nm. will ta fl.llvariHl hw Mr MhUalar. tha nreaU dent of the aaaoclatlon, to which lino, Leonard "" -- --...-.--. -, . ..-...., - ,...-.( rnSa to follow'ed I v a geTerilTntrodu'c! r"i,!"kI ". .r?i'ow..,.? n.ertIi.ti1".c: tlon of the meats to Presl lent (Irant. who Is to be present." Those who atsndod the I ennsylva. niaatK-lablea last season will recall many jleas - urable noinrau, anl we doubt not lut that .h.n. win id an n,i.iiai ii.manri tnw mk..i. there will In? an unusual demand for ticket. , , ... . HI. Malikew'a C karrk Hev Dr White, who for some time nam has .. i-u, ...,..... .u -I........ ... .." reen .u iit-itraini we arc liicsneti tu bbj, naa iui far recovered aa to devote nt attention to auner- Intending ihe very creditable Improvement now being inatituUMi mm Aiaunewa march (nr leeuth ami II street,) consisting of a I hi rough remodeling of ihe si le win lows, which hereto. i.rotieira too not a nine iruin ins nne api-ear ame of this well known e liflce Ihe ui tf eat h win low Into le tmrne ly several of the wealthier membera of the congregation Among tbose who have thua conlrll uteii to this moat praiseworthy oilett are Mrs Dahlgren Mrs Itedfern, Miss Alice lllggs, ( olonel Ireyre Mr francla Mobiin an 1 Henator ( asaerly Dealk af Mr. Jwha Flauul.fi Mr John rlannigan, well known aa the pro- Erletorof the Heaton Hall B llUnl Baloon died ou stun lay evetUng after a brief llluesa rhe de ceased had galheretl about bint mauy frieu It, who will mourn hla dr artnre an I con Itle w na hit family In ll elr I ereavement Alarm af Fire. Yesterday evening alwut rt-uOoclocL an alarm was turned In from box 1, caused by in ex filMloaof a coal-oil lamp at the house of Mrs. iross on the tomer of Third street and Mr .tlnld aa,nii. 1 h. Sp.rldniirttiiATit mMknunhtli i n the sKt but did not go Into service as tbe explosion did no damage . i .... , . ., Hibernian Deaewlrnt fsarlnr Masonic hall on Tharaday evening next the IHb Inst., will preaent a lively appearance, tha , occasion of lb otveulugUll of the Hibernian Benevolent Botlety No a. The attendance will undoubtedly be Urge, as the Hit ernians know how to entertain, aud, w hat a mure, their frieu la know it, Z,TulSml'mMnuSSSit"ll'M''u ''S ' "" f" S? '.." '.JSS'S.lSu.PIS.tl'VSSi " Zimmerman, Charteel) n lll.ro, n TKHPIUtANtK. Meeting f tie nefcamjtHieefl.ea by Heaater X llson, O. K, Ilairls Frank Me NeThnny, and Others Twei lyHve lie mlta. The Pashawav hel 1 1 targe meeting Issi night kt Marinlw hall, n J) Perk, i reshlent. In the thalr, who ma le a statement concerning the noreakful working of tha prohibition law In Matne, and. then Imrmincwl Mr. (X-K. Harris, who sail that he never an. Sroachetl a inbject wlih more rare anxiety, an I ellneratlon than that of temperance lie did not believe In nurhtngtnpnn the snhject with In decent haste, and iltNired to give it carefnlcon si leratlon before polling himself In harness, on the 13th of December It wool 1 be six years since he stopped iMnkliiB At that time he connected himself with the Washington city Temperance Society He was then In earnest, anl we no now What he wished to start out with waa the statement that temperance men larked charltr tnwanl each other This ihev must learn an I work nnt, H thanked Ond that he ha1 never lrn one of those win, serins; a man on the descen ling stale, ha I elven hfm a kick to heln him down It was a different spirit that they must learn W hen he waa nnnnne tne men tnat woiuiiomeaui lav tbelr han Is upon his shouldem ami ur he should not do so, were frequent It those stan ling behln I the I ar. an I he ha I come to the conrlusl in that Honor oeaiers were not ancn nad men, nit en eared In the buiineM becanaa lhv hail no oihei 1 her must believe that there ru some good In aha m an I Krtn . 1 l . m 1. by...l I ririi iiii,ii vii ni. iivii, an i ii iiiri n vn i ttkiii i surely predominate lie ha no leslre to talk to men insi na i ntTer inis appeiire rasienen on them anl been tetnoerate fmm their I Irtti f r they ill I not know what the love fr certain liquor was that whither you ro or whatever you may do to hare Ihts UnuoMlenl f1ow vou closely W hen men with this temperament fall he I II them deal with them rentlv, a they ll I not know the appetite they contended with He ha 1 not violated nls pie Ige wantonlv an t deliberately but In oppositlun to his better Jn Igment, ana ei uh tirniMUH n ins uins op 10 inc prrnrnt extent at Intensts He thonght those nnt a 1 Hotel to drinking had better die than undertake It, fer they t mill nut uuiiito ii 110 wuuiu nat urfQ a man un irr any clrcuruslanoes ta tnnch liquor The appetite was still strong upon hun, but tm was making desperate effort to resist It, He wanted work In thecaase, for that alone conld oppoae It, They mnst watch an I work together He would like to tee the oil members of the Washington City Temnerance Rocletv ro out Into the nlffhwava and bywavs an I gather In the okl crow I. That waauie ors. aiep to rw taaen, rais com i ue ii me i y prwiiii inntience i ney must work as and sal I that he hat extwtedto te a listener, I ana dkihu nqwrn io Kiuer ii ineir iec. un ino Lmim iMnnonnr. iuiiiM.i.i...t.M rroilflQ In the national capital He had seen in xe,,,,,,,, ilre,'t ,, arnnken men, n I one ol ,heni. unlortedkj .colirM tnn, whom heion 7 . . ...ai. ' . ... ?... .. sldered luflnltelv suiwrlor to the white man, as he WM Bolwr t1 , lne tn ilnak Th mwl WW&i l&JSSfftfS ;hlU ., .. jf tnfy Atlrt tQ ,., hlJ runcUona for which t.o.1 had create I them thev must goto work an I make men temperaie If there were moderate drinkers present, he de man led If n t for their own sake for that of ex ample, that they come forward and sign the pledge Henator Wilson was then Introduced, anl said that he waa glad to learn that the organization was working hard an 1 doing good. It was bard ta flml anything new to sav In a cause like this lie believed that there were mure aching heart to-night reused ly drunken ness than any other thing In the lan L He had taken the pledge before ne arrived at manhood estate, an (believed It waa the greatest cause in our country, anl drunkenness the greatest evil Prom what he coult see he believed that the cause lu this city waa uot aa active aa It ha I ten twoaycaraago Whv was thla ao? He le- ueved that the ministers of the gospel anl rhnrrhea fall to do their duty lie thought that minister stioul 1 set the example of temperance at all times, r or one, when he ha I I assdl awsy no man ahoul Iturn anl say that It was his ex ample that led him estray n, na,i iraeeiod many tnouaan t muea anring the pan few monlna, and aeen many meeting., . .... .. .J . l. . r . ?? tud waa sick with the sight of Intoxicated men auti waa hick wi.n inesigui oi inioaica.ea turn ait came out of the canvass aad at heart at the ( on lllton OI HIS Countrymen lit liquor SOI I in Lurope waa far different from that offere! in (111! I'UUn.rj II Wll tJI DC It T WIMUUT in IiOQ IIMl they had societies that were pledged to drink only at meal tlmea. 1 hla waa the lesttlme,lf they must drink, trot he advised them nut to irlukatall He had market) the difference le- tween those who drink and those who lo not, anl foun 1 the softer man could outwork the other He bad aeen the aame result at the laiital. He knew one of the most I riJIUitt members ol Congress, who till not urlnk wheu Itappcarel tn him since hla arrival Intherily i from the many stories that he had heard, that woull hear the ol I story that aometMnlv was oiiiiiB 1 in-t tio mt mnwii turn wno rnrui, anl he nrgel those that had not doneaolomine . dies to Uke a hsnL for they hatlmmh io do with 11,1. u... m: 7 - . - . .- orwani ana sign ine ineige iienrgeome is- thla cause They exert a great Influence over man, and It waa aad to see the channel where 1 tachlon was lea ling them followe 1 by man He 1 1 1 Ihem as they lo.e klnlretl home and country i to sign the pledge an t sun I by It 1 The roll was then tlrculite I through the halt 'an I received twenty fly e signatures, during i which speeches were made by Messrs Drew, Moore an I others nuimoih. ,,,.-,.. rithT.,.i-n t i.ni ti..u iiPtrapeHian rrertbyterlan t burfb-lie.il- i - r,T,.T-. i,,,.,-,-. H. Hev. Irr C heater The ceremony of dedicating Iho Metropolitan Presbyterian ( hnrch took place yeatenlay morn ingat 11 oViock The ctiurvh w a dllcti almost to overflowing, and among the vast wultltu tu In attendance there were 1 resident Grant, rumer ous members of Congress, Jn tges of th courts, heads of bureaus, an 1 a large nnmi r of ( ur most prominent citizens WW air-nut or ina encacn. Tka clmnli atnictur, 1, at EiiEllin atjle, two lorlea blirtl. wllh alate nl Tlie front, are of s tori i rjre.nejl.ru k anl all the I ..r, aula, capa an 1 Irlinmlnta,tbroii,tioul, areof lonnectlcut Mown atone TU main entrance I, on Fourth atreeu wh, re lhelellBilrr, whlrh la eKhteen feet aquare, pro - leeu all feel from the front line ol tha UulllW The aural, to he loo feet hljh to the top of the brlik work, (the Ire Is nut et competed Uon wbl M la to lie au octagon si Ire of open Iron I work fortr-one feet hlirh. makinff the. ton nf tha solre UT feet from the pavement. 1 he Iron work f.V Ih. .til,. Bn.t iwwwkwtf nlwir. oeiiainain. KtvnwA urlll I ". .wo aoiii mm a,.wnu,B viuauiiuu " "III I weigh nearly aeren ton. 1 urougti the base of th rtll tower the main entrance leads direct to I the fifst floor, which la divide I Into three rooms, '" large Huoday-a. hool room nfty-eeven anl alxty feet, and iwo infants tuw rooms twenty anl twenty-right Met ea h, the teitingsif all , ling twelve feet In theolear In the front of the I ull ling there la a veatiuule nine fret v. ide, ruunln. Ih. hel.htol UI .lories anl In imi ve.cn ul. are the atajra le. ur,, to Ihe ..coul atnrror or.llnanee r.K.i, which I. twenty ulnol feel' In the near anl I, illtvaeven anl ulnelr iiiiq irr, h mr. "". win an ... moim. reteaa i.r meiuipu ' from whlsh a Private atalrwariommuultatea ti .... .... ..1....1 , ."........ . - th. Inwer atnrr 1 the lower story ian nu e is oi ine nnest its an mariiiet a -..-- -- ------ . ,. ........... .. .!rtu W'.'!! wiS'wis;; e-n'r.: ...i ..1 n...,u nnk..i...., ' i . I 1114 III UHli; IIIUUICICU lUIUISUMaCt CllCr the entrance to the room la arai auouacholr and organ loft the fnnt of which la paneled in varicolored wood. The ceiling U composed of panel of trench plate glaaa, througn which the light shetU upon theeuliance fnmargsul burner arranged tietweeu ihe celling an f ihe roof The wind w are t f stained glass of ,a riona patterns, and tbe walla an I ceilings In both stories are frescoed The wall throughout tbe whole building will Ire walnso led f w aiNiut f tur feet from the noor, with alternate strljM of wal nut an I yellow ) Ine i a at Ion furnaces lu tho ' ,pr orlt A llonrer, RjllCrt Leltt ll, LStlU M p.rka.i homaa O Junea. William M Tennev. " 1 ll.lll lll,a PIUIIMUU tl UBwlVia. ITJITI kC rams, jonu lc- Zimmerman, t bartea p iliard, w llliam M Tenuey.Davll P Modowan Ibeo P Hwayae. mr r taui ia ni icinauT naa mo ru 11 iici. nti m ih. v.. ... . t..u. h ., i- I.Skla.laireatr wvaa fn .Mhllul mrt I rpirw nniiTirra O.'.n '', "" """" "-1""' " II,n'" --.t,,- iuiim TniSXaTICTABailAN 1 1 v the choir singing the B3d hymn, "7lon that 111 j y l lace " followed by a i rarer from Hev III" (mm IWiren. aftee wkhlr-fi Ifnv fr A II l.tL. , i nf i uiikuioi. hin nui uiUiti..n. nf .irinn.r ,,. the M 1 aalm, loth chapter Holomon A Prayer ft as tueuoneretii y iujv u A.uaii.oi the kouug Men's ( hristlan Assoclallnn7 upon lbs) cJmclu naa itteuoueretii icev u A,ltau,oi tne t i aton of which the choir rendered another hvmn. followed I y tbe de.llcaury sermon del Were. I i y ,h. ....in. n.. . i.k.'n.... ' ,Uc inukvi, jvsv vi kwuu vncacrr THI SRHHON ,"Tho "' remimb7 allthe way.wlikh the l Lonl thv (iod led thee " Deut a.. tb" fhev wV u , resent lo d ' J" t! tl Wwmiy Jo5 t ,D Vera thevoJnme!wth " were inree voinmes ID i ne reveren i gentleman commenced by saying iiei. i -ate au iiner i uu i l lielore them lav as the future wllh lu hones the resent with its anxieties, the past wuuiw iiiciiwii" ne men rr.eireu .u ine iimv meeting hel I un ler the a, reatling I ranrhes of a tree some eight rears ago. from which had .. .- u.i ...:..... .t.:. it, .....,.. "iiu". m Ttciit'iBBiiiaini t lane j urn uu i nan ' ath in nilng. rei niary so, itt&i. a i omnanv t about fifteen per us met In a Utile frame t nooi nouse, yet sunnug on Twelfth street, who haltmrn Invltetl by htm tooonfermi the S it led of f riranlxinir a i hnn h nn ( unit. I mu I rior to that lime he had conversed with Hev Dr Hurley on lb subject who state t that sutb an umlerukuig ba I been Lonteinplatetl for a me time, but which had not been tarried into effect, nv ii.ru Tin i vou nuier aau.ra. wao aceineti to I of the aame mind The lew Presbyterian families then real ling nn tbe hill were next called upon an 1 exi reased iiiaiiiariirB n.iiiug MJuuiie ui me uu lenasini king ollt The meeting was railod anl as the resnlt Iteferrlng again to the Httrlv hlntnrv ha uirl th. little tougregatloii wirshliwl for some Iluie In ihe school bouae during win b they locreaaed rspl Ily et thai school-house had uo mean andieu en. either In alxe or character He re membered that one raornlug there aat together on ihe hard lne liench Judge drier, of ibe I nlled Males hui rrme (ourt, Henator Pooie, of Nrrmoot, anl Kanator llrowuing of Illluols ino ti tiKrrgatiuii naiiug ouigrowu II is t ik talned permission tn nut) a larger one at the corner i f 1 blnl an I B streets southeast There six weeks after tbe memorable beginning Hie ' (-l lto1 II"1 Presbyterlau i bun b was org.uiied I hy tbe 1 reabytery of tbe I ou mac, conalatiog of 184 membera. 3J from othar tMirthea. iii.ilun ....:-... i'"i.'.:l " -' ' - i uu i (uinuuu ui latin A formal call waa pieaentotl to the pastor, and he waa Installed aa such on the aame occasion He then gave a history of their struggles up to Pel ruary, latin, when the chapel waa tie Healed, which had Iwen ereaed at a cost of tuw with a congregation ot aeven hnndreL IbanUtoryof their laiKtrx ln the ihapei, tbe organiaation of the Sauhatfi school and Bible e, 1ms, were then state i. giving rinecroiittft the la Ilea of the rwngrega tlon In 1MT they decided that a newchnrch must be built, and atepa were taken accordingly, but there were many obstacles presented nntii the property formerly pnrchase.1 for a Metro politan Presbyterian church waa ptteented to them, an I after a struggle of fonr years. In efhlcja they fonnd themselves involved in texitlotiit and delays, the buiningof this edifice wae acwm- Inroartnling he referred to the mighty goml apcompllshe!, an 1 expressed the fervent prayer that in the fntnre much more might be dime At the conclusion of the sermon, a collection wm taken np to assist in llqnl latlng a debt of the Phnrrh, an 1 ahont Hnno was collected The dedicatory praver was then deliverel ly 1)r ( hestpr an 1 th Mrvlr n 11 - API M o'clock In the afternoon the ministers of Ihe various ITesbytertan chnrehea In the District met at the church, when e, few hours were spent i. w ,mt tinriviniiBo aim vuiigraiuiKiiiin hvenlaa Nervlee The service was opened by the rholr singing the hymn "Pyaiao Ood, O Jemsalem," after wmen icev nr, rarka, of l hlla lelt hla, rral se lections f rorn thlnl chapter of Corinthians. Hey Itrron Han Irrinnil their rprhMl an Ininraalm aermon from the text First Kplstle, II Paul, to the ( orinthians, in ror we are laiorera to gether with tlod" I pon themmlnstonnf the wr i un hi cviifTiinn was isKnn np alter wnicn Dr bester announce 1 that servdes hereafter will l held In thla t hun h at II o I tck a m an I 7 30p m everv Sal l ath Tills evening the church will t thrown open f r the ex amlnatlon hi iiir "vwn Trawtleaiirn ne.t aunt rr man estenlav morning letween two and three n cl n k, Oitlcera Madlgan an I llerllr, of the r ifth police precinct, arrested Maria Wella and Mary brown, two resilient of a notorious rouse on t street, between Twelfth anl Thirteenth streets nnon the charge of relieving an unsophisticated young man from the count rr of SllOanlagoll watch an I chain It appears the country gen man arrived In Washington from hla residence On the river ahnra In I Htu Clfrir, (mini. Marylaml, an I after placing his carpet-bag safely in tne hands of a clerk ot one of the hotels, par- took Of a drink of ashlnston whlsir and fsnl out to see the eleihant. 81ght after sight met hla eye. which were bleaslnir to him. and in re- turn for the pleasure afforded the outer-man he resorted to trrom reilye to satisfy the Inner man, an 1 ere he had aeen all the comprehensive lan of Imnrovenienta, gratnltonslr furnished ly the Hoard of Pul Un orks, he ttegan to feel the worst for weat. Hla mini then turned towanls visiting the city girts, an I he accordingly traced his steps In the direction etiove In Ilea ted After irmiinini m tne nous aootit an hour ne ins omc. Itn, mmaiiia were arreiitsl anl locked n for a hearlnr tkitav up ior a neanng vo-iiay KltllllY UKI til IN Tlllll HI Iw A Dead Ileal PUvlna Ilrparter, lastnlfhL while the mllirlniis tnaailna-at tha TJUAJA' iffiSSmlF11 TV v.".. i-i . ( nn-nnwiivti, n mi i'ii- Itroianeantllntleamtlangaago. omcer Itotlerlck .'" . v. . "--""t ihiuhrii 't t. , uu inoKniiaioine uentrai station to await a near . ..... ....,. wu..a xb.ivw w.lliiw Ing before Judge Hnell thlsmominr After tha arrest a man named Price, an I representing him- self to ho reporter of thla paper, arrproacbed theotnier anl natle oyertnroe forilcddja re lesse The poilppman waa not only too wail poste 1 In knowledve of the men composing the reportorlal staff of the ItxriauCAH, I ut knew that they were heaiily for collections ma ta fttr Ihe naner. which he forgot to transfer to the proprietor It Is hardly necessary to aav thai the lltrrLiCAM woullhaveooaiirhoonanmmatefrau tan I dead- Muithtlai!SSrw nae itv1 " MI,cnM l0 tne Plr B ' Pfy ! -e t-.T-J"tTi... .. ,,rfler Amerieaa i laaterera. Mount .ernon Lodge No I. of thelnltetlOr , "'" "" ..-.n ... .u. ., . ,ir., . '' Arnertean I laaterera, ll'" lu tlrat annua I all nn Unn 1 rtn n I ham intra Imt a, iVl I i, ,, ": l .. "'-. . "'." '". J '"lows hall. The rommlttee In charge of the '".,.. """J uw 1'anna, iTinirr mo affair one of uncommon enjoyment to all who Hwiatlpox. On Ratunlav afternoon fonr caws of smallpox A.MUSEM13NXN. The Nall-aal Theatre. i ester m anacai 'i nat is tne magic name that e an paironsoitneurama Uheerful with the thought that Washington at g theatrical worthy of I produciloas, an 1 U full '"-"'T. It honor la-niuii iinn niiiiciuiui mramiai wniiui vi serious consl leratlon The tomedrof t rntral i ar is one oi nifowu of the natural things of to-day , ........ il. mi -.1 a to onr stage that Mr Wallack haa consented to appear on It Mr. allack, as a manager and aa an actor, atan Is at the verv head of the profes sion, an Ho htm we ahalt aee exemplified what ever la lHautlfuL strong pure and not le In the drama. Hla great father waa the first representa tive of the natural school, an I all hla talent has descen led to the son An an Hence loses sight of the fact that be Is an actor, an 1 realties that he does on the stage Just those things that a lhorough-1 red gentleman woull In similar altn at ion no on tne atage ..allack a. In New ork, has been for years a Brnoolof Mt,eilence In all matters pertaining to the Thespian art, HiarerMr-f'rrre Is a most exten slvenne The nlsvs of iWi etc suit. TtimTavlnr. It trertson, Phillips an I Heade have foun I In him the finest representative of their hen, an I a the author of Ilosedale'' an I 'Kentral Park," he hu ail le I much to a fame ma le l rllliant as the bestllaule Melnotle the 1 est pon I arsar, Mer cntlo, Itfnetllck Mcfiregor and other characters thatmlirht be named Washlngttn la-Iies who wouiiiiKetoretrcsn ineir memory as to now a handsome man toots, will of cowrse, go to the theatre, an I gentlemen who have no taste lu I tnealre, an I gentlenien who Have no taate lu .IreM will ilo well to Improve Hie or.nortnnlllea i . L,m" -' .""." ra, ' "l""t' ln.li' ' mc" orln the ilai, an I al nlnhl the ru.h will . lie .o great aa to make It a matter of wlailora to l "f1 Jf' ,l" Tfl" romnanj with Mr ! l ''' Inclu lo the nameaof Mnlm llowera, ! !,me,",m!!" ""', J11;.!. ,w"-i' "'"' v J Ie " aln, Mr W 11 llokeeanlolher. The Theatre mlque. John an I Maggie Plel ling, Protean an Uharac ter artists Peasley anl Hughes, song, dance, an I sketch artists Emma Marah anl Belle lira ham are tbe new facea that will appear at the Comiiiue this week The 71trlla tronpe remain. i '1. , wim HpUh- MriTiih Mn.Vi,.r,Sf VelT A l"e Johnwn 2n? tSm. TlKer Th f.m.,hlJiin-tft t.J.. wt'nMmVi ?. lainM i the rese tromoanv ToomVrh nri "nJIiJI-lS rhrnfflmnn aMalaip?? ...i. .1 :. . ... a.. . . . . i . Vtenrt ilnn Xra. , Wk ioo?l InT m, l I .."?. ,Vi,t",, ! .1,, S!,V .nTnh.. iffrJ.ri, ifr. iSi L. .. ilhii iVil'i .!.! ii,m.! '!ir.l!!?l'-.W.??St'.."' .rM, mr i 1 1 f iinirriiaeii nun i u. inr lainii niaiineea. ejneftiUysanlHaturlayi.v.iii econ Iniietl 1 :JUT'",J" " ' naturiaya, win i c roniiiiueti Cancer! at llarlnl a llnll i , ih. .uanin. r,t tw ...1... m tvi.. a .1 mu TVlllllIM ,., I'tTk a;,jirvfl IIIIIIWiaT ' ? "ne mu"" " rr'TT " ri ml" In th tirnirraiiimH nf Antnnln tin rill's mart I " " " . ... - ....-., hkh will lake place at Matlnlahall One of a family wltoeedavrranl appanage has teen musical genius an 1 whose members arc, welMMloved rl fame, Klgnor llaritl, the half trother of the lattis, aul a most aiu.ietu,(ul maestro, has ihe ability necessary to i rganlze a I rllliant entertainment of the description offered In a most dlstlngulahed drgree Ills .younger I ml her Alfred i Rarlll haa met In bis short ar tlstlo career the greatest encouragement In tbe cnnimcn latlon of the beat critics of t lino music, 1 he music of 1 hslburg, Welter and Lnopln. which he will perform on the occasion, ts aal I to 14 most accurately an I effectively Interpreted 1 y him an I the gift of control of that nun h at used yet gran I Instrument, the piano, gtvea a tall. memo ,wwer over the feelings of llaleneraof all degree of civilization We aball welcome the new pianist with Measure The ladies and gen tlemen announce! as assisting have received the ew ork, an I will sing f ir us some well-t hosen tKan a i iiniu of the iVJtro l uriii I l"MI"r' Kfg "P" ' itt5 M waftro Barlll iiilnwiiions ine is ne. mixcii iiuy an l THIi: COURTS. Huprrme ourt (leneral Term Chief Justlie Cartter anl Justices Wylle and MacArtniiraati'rt tMtatt on Kattinlay W H Kelaey, or the bar or New York, waa a Itnllted as au attorney of thla court . .. . "." ...... . ..,..."-,.w ...,.,, ,,-., i lu H'P'e'n,r teno by an adjournment sfe rfie hperlal Term Judge Uylle This court transacted the following probate I uitlness on Haturdayt I AHTWMIJI The will of Julia bnglUh waa flletl an I in part Crovetl The testatrix lequeaths her estate to er family Tqe will of Josephine Worcester waa flletl for pro! ale ntuttPiANMiir. Anllcallon wu nietily J L Brorka to be ap pointed gnanllan of the orphana of V t Thomas ADMINISTHaTOM, XTT - I W, Donahue qualified as admlnlalrator of f I hlllp Dwyer, giving 1mo 1 In two ( Ireall art Chief Jaatlce) ( anier. 1 his court was engaged aa follows Haturdayi Ihe Jury In the tase of Day va Tbe Mutual Benefit Ufa Insurance !-omieuy of New Jersey, suit trie I on the two previous days, ot uiued a ' terdlci In favor of the i lalntln f ir the whole I amount of the policy ($3,00o) an I Interest ononoETOWN ArrAins Tor t-oit reported sunk on Ihe Htneca level has iteen raised an 1 the canal I now entirely open for navigation Hatckdat ArrtkNOOH," about three oV lock, an alarm waa turned lu fn m box 93, caused I y Are living discovered In bonse No, 4 Hecond street, (Jeorgelown It originated from a lit let-live flue, anl waa extlogulsbeil by the oihcers ttefore ihe ore department arrived on the groun l LixiTXMAirr JotuiKanxx, whobaaberr n com maud of the Thirl police precinct atktlou for s iue rears past, haa been transferred (or duty at police headquarters In Waahlugton. Ueut John Hurley, on duty at head idartera, will as sume comman I of this station ihe tbaugela to take plate to-day Aaorr f so olock Saturday night a pair of hone attached to an ambulance n.n away on High street Georgetown and threw nut tbe driver Win twltok. illslotallug hi bin the In Jured man waa taken to hi ht me, where medical auenuanco waa renuereci ine u owned by the Ann of NorrlaAHai boraea were itknty, dolug t fcl'eit, and uuainraa on uniiv, near Aueie were not UOnred I y the muaway, Igyiiwof tha large acoeuiouof membera lo the Potomac Boat Club, the boat-turns commit itetiinesrauon nut raetwiui no better success, ftu it is asll that he travels about the dlv renre- i f,.' " .u."" ".." sentlng himself as eonnectel with antnniof V,VTK",IU" r'JlT'wV.JWVe trie lameaanl then anther, and that he stuck uji v,,bK Nrw York J w wnmnf an.1 wf Mt Mr MCflllL Of thH (jMirtNltnWa fWrOr. Unit I J nJntH.n.1 n-f IhUn flaU UlitHnvAmaLl it. were rrpttnoi in a nnna- on ueonria avenue, oe- a :-. o-i , arrianti ii mcinarog. i-mii ntw tween Third mi Poarth atreeu southwest, and ?! H-Ju ',"" l f,I7ft."n,TV' v - nn- Ftw at i armil t amok t V .ir.i i . 1 Iwrlea T-rdltur, do (I A Duturrn. New York i . . ,.. " . " .'.y "".;"". ' v MtmeaMiM-a. Daltlmora Twrtrl rrurntai Iha irrii rim an 1-m.ou i street aouinwest . i-n...,. u:.i..a u.tvii.it.r. - 4 UMrlntrre dty tee have under conal leratlon a plan to enlarge the boat-house and otherwise Improve the Inte rior arraugamentent,tka same, to aoooounodate the storing of boats. It lathe Intention of this ciun ro open me leaaon oi boating in trie -spring by a aerie of races, when their new slx-oared, smooth worked gig will be Introdnrpd Arrlrala eateritay, wiLLian a rotru Ed V ItmfajytUlMli.pl Mr Tinea, MlMriastrpI J ANorri" PeiinstJTSuia WHThmnM. lltttninr 'in I v r uri. jr. limit i oirin u nuni, ixawo lrs A lam Woton A lsnhmem I hlla I U 0md t. New York O A Bbrtcthlfa, New Yi Imi Wll lloorr, WTer Hon JD Dowman Ky Imi n J tVnnraoa UUh hss A wlkoff. tH Ar ktrs Mikoff t) S Army II M isckson. Vuwlnia i or a Army p a navr uoaton r inrn. tw yoti WmPHCsvertNerseyHaiTyOKHl Phlla tmPUwia,T(twork iX-fry Nwork riMrxiiv, an j a nniiman. aotn cieo TOoulVm J lirown.Jr.Ni i oi l BlnrUlr Ht liil Mrs T H Fmeraoii. Ikmtot) Mra Thnfnaa.PAlin,lr nera n Nw York Mra Yernm. New iork tn A Cumlnim Nevada JnhnUMswW Vlfhiaan fin W Hilar tna N fl lb "I n unj. iiuiwimvu RUinin, nirDnwra i l?!rfW"... l!"fifF iwuiuruia Mrs ll H Key llifornta MIm Ker, do i hnTOrr-rn VlnhtU I red W Yourv, J Net ork Mra Vm Vrjx w.iiOTssr, 1(1, H A Hinrli UlVlk Xsotirlf IsotirV V. I wfnl-.l 11-r.wtB r ritlar Naw Jersey M safer lteclpr.N Jentey ll n J Ijncb. alslae J I- lkwortLllllooto P A P wff NewVork fAEaUoo Newt ork i U Jpbnai tuNew York via. HtMrton ' b, niior nmnM Mlas Cora ItoM,iht rVjrtJ Rom, thr Nsttoi I T Bojierta, laMlaslfvl loaa.i.herNa'ai aaarrr naiaa. . II Rtfrena.lt B N u Mrs AOTlssI burns, Ms .'I ii nauiMMHra, umm 4WiM,imnon ll ft Iludrffni H psnJina' nrw iora ork icher PhifailHi hla Jos Hharp sntf wifa, Ohio HW liin K de la C( mnfcnani, Burntm w a uiihi, irni tt n ititph iruimwm Ihm 11 rlturprwmlt Louis CharlMN iTowtr. Uostw) p A PniiT iVwia . fwi W IavtA. IVmt m n o Jayne, New York h ii oiarh. nw Turk ItaiWy 1) bawaon, Illtaolt JLw8ira J V J V. N """t.M" n npcnnrr, incinuaii nrr. t WON Kwlft, Ma tfolMrrt I saninsr, N U Urgulnhr wlfs child Ya4 Ashland a wT rlt foi John WPiwtar TnJlana MImT HAsalaod HtLoi If m 11 msyeard. Trnn MIm A Hcrtt. Htlruia nrm BiiTiiani i run imi I ii it r uunu n uiiunna Mrs f klarnsr I k rhl 11 V It ( rrsvh, New York Karl IU.lr.rUHN H IlM liwon. New York VI llliam Moffat Ohkl K A Ttiomaa, Nrw York OttnrfDria Illinuls V, W ItolMii, N tsrollna Jnaarh H M amur 1 hlla A fl Horn! An N TartJlna ()o t'orkhm and wr lowVBiarlr U I hlllii, U H A Tna MRTaoroLrTAn P Pilrlntrton, 1 Mis 0 M Mof, .Main Ala ii k iieoafmon Ma list in Md 11 M CLsTton, do lovT Kr Hand L Reya. d istSTU 111 J H Wjbt nu Norfolk, a N k John I HmTtn.M I i. Ala Alrsander llari 1 hlla nam rifiiaar. Itr u nana ur uiti vm U Porter N (J K r srtihsm. Ala Alrsander llari 1 hlla ii Urta, iiaJUm'T ...UoaAi .niirew aiutr sio Jaaklnr It wife. Pa Wcin nT1 iXtrM33;ti i, ni iirinni m. rii iiouw ff p'lSel lra A IJ Jam. Xttaal Jam. ,1; LNi Alriandi-la Tri M llninat. 11 lmlhMlr J" ri.,5r ... , p.VSnTT lilnimnr- tl U Clnrr )pU y, nern na ItOni.rn 1nn M.upiuch, Va MlMlmmiNuh do i((mV (l w htttb niiT,Teni Mra J M UllllajTDaan.de I ,'l i u riucu. 4 Hub im. ltuia i if ""i'VrJ,. c tuttr Ullllamann. In Hon i M n liaua m, " V TRI ilLIISTON f T Rmlth tnTfnwnrlh I. HmIL TTTnritHh A II i klna, Nrw ork A H Hot klita, (lhlraro i k I-eck keoknk in nrai. nrw iura f J l-inil KJ irk i-tirWalack a.1 NT J tl hlchartlat n wf NY i sraonanii wi lUrnrtt Iniianapor Mrs and MIm Urry, S 1 . tTTUOnt IIMH ' York MUs r. ifcHtp.NY7Urdr U a wf lA M Hmn UmluT.Uui HA.r1-.i. Mrbta A andcrmark as J u4hrariiitvin At 'itger MlwnrwP MrftJkfl 'imouer Kbms 'aland O Phalao, lUinde Islsad f htmUlair . wf N Y Arthur Auafll CinclniisU altrr MoittLlatdxJen.nar P Ipiijrle autl wf, lluffal ( ha Wood T-nJ m tnr AUracbaudw. Iltiia ItNMUetou PltlahNrg l! H lnlrwtiiia sUUA(l !-, DrHngt ltBhlrlrj- IJrtruit VATtOAL. John B r JUns, MrgtnU J It lkmlJln, Maine John A bsvh, ctty (- l Wsm, Md iun,lutai.an Mar) land UA.T""" ,t P II Th una-, do j hn DeardalfT Phils , lltnunt,it ibU Karl Knhr VsN M flun-uiitock, Nrw oi t N UuribtiLl'Jle.Pa Tt iiunmrtu Aiar) ianu 11 v,sirow,Vlri-niia st jahxs Rvaonun ) j f.ii.iinw-it iiarkii w kmii n.v v..ri. ' tarlaa J Knod NY peorinslow DalUmore OKRutter T-umy- I W Kimball, 1, u rjuuu, , inrHUa U P 3s inra, inrtt ......,.-. HM.L. K ,:, .: - , "71 i, ... .,:... T rtt.it P-WH. anlwtff N Y UanJI hUIiwaml wf Phila netilcut inrrnia iMreatai. tttyrau fl H nnntiam WV (tHPuLVlii tW Joari b Hel ten Conn lion (lan M A lama, Ky (J U Horti N Ai.ru isuuj, u uu ittv pi.uri kriii. ( baaliltrr Msas rcPwlyhl N k owkm Horse, (xiraoraut W C Brooke Md Qm P Br ke Md llrantlla Iat uihar ilrt TRnJI a a ULbKhratrr do Rwartlrn Cotin.ton, ky wonktLiv a. Hon T P Bayard Dr Nr and Mr Ackers, End Ad laTorre NY A. S. rilATT & SON, Ofilc.' ornti lVIikiH initl I ntrootH, Oder Ibaoltite Hecarlty la the ni1wlag Fire Insurance Cawipaaleai II 0 31 L, or N)v Vorli, AuolH. ... . Hl.llMI.OOtl INSURAMCECOMPAHY OF NORTH AMERICA. IM.llMttnlplilu. OHdANIZKD A. P 17B4. AnniH m ts'l.aOO.tMK) PJ.iENIX, , Or Ilnrtftiaul, I A - - , fta,40O,OOO PHENIX, Or Urooltlyn, IV. V., jVmmvI at ... 13,01111 Theaa fitenrur Did Comit.les promptlir metth Calsmltrat Chicago a year ago, ah" theyaralnat aa Promntly meeUng tha Buaton Losses now Thsy will Pay Kvery Dollar of Lo, aad oona eut of thla Aery ordeal with Capital Unimpaired and Large 8tiri4iis Insure your Property where yon can haw, AIWOLUTX SfcCCaiTl". ' A. S. Pratt & H.lirri On tn mIoo of (tea, R, Cnnnn eomplalnant. It 1 trderad that the defend!. t nau-a bar aiaarauMtt. entered herein on or baf ir lb hret rula day on nurriiur f rty days after this dan rt)iTto th oauaa wlllb nrooaadad wlthaala ca ofiWaiut. liy the Court A. WV1 ir.JaaUas, ie. Irueroiy Tti B, J M PIQaVI Jerk, k fly L.P WlLUta,AaalatAAt CJetk. atWfM.Maw IK Tin? nrpnteM: coritTToy mt pis. TltlCTDP COLUMJHATltK ItTII DAY OP aUlMbath IfaUar )Ko.lMt ( rorit W tTiikiniaii lialra nf InhnMillir ilnrmaainl On infttloaol UMplilBUf br llr. Wn U Todd Jr , hr ajifclUw UU otdartd tbat lb oVf endsut eana thalr appearantM LoheD.lered herein un nr bafortlM flral nWtlay aeeurrmir forty dai'asfler this dsyi othortriM tbe raitM will ba pnAwsded with aa In cam of delaulb , .. . 1L . ItythaOourt. A. WTLIL Jiictios, axe. y L. P Vit-UAM. iiataUot Clark nvl.MXw tthitbd staths patknt orpici; U WaaNnfaTOW, P.O. Nov 18. 1S71 Tin lha netltlnn of ItoaaaT IL Lawto anA Wn liiM IL Itua of Nwh rt. Abode I aland, praying fur th eileualon of a patent rrantad to them aat the tid day urPrtirutry.lktl aud relaatied n Uve tIM day t f Iteeesaber lUe, for au Imj rovemetil tn Ilaae DO llrllUM ltuordefwdlhatlIiteaUinoaylaUiaaaAt,herioed oiithelUtdsym Jajiuarr usill that tb time f ftdiw arirumenU and tha Eiamlner a rel" rt be Ilm ilaal to Ui list day of January neit snd that said iH-titluu ba haard on th Bin day of k ebruary be it. Any iwraiH. mar t thla et teneloo. ov-M3w if I UaitlKTT OommUaloner TTMTKD UfATIM PATKNT UPFICE, U WtoHtioToit p c oot.ao.im Oa(kp4IUnaor WlLt-UH K.MILLBB ofCaotoa. Ohio, praying f rlhseiteiuuoaof a patent rraniad to iilot on tb alb day of Pabruar.lsA, and raleaned lo Ave divlaloQ,aad BiuubevsJ reepeetlvaly 1,9s. LW1 M. IM and IJTU. on tb Mh day ef .fan, laM, for an Hwirovatnant In Hsrvsaierai It la ordered that Ibe, taatltaouy la Ih rssa b cluaAil ou thafthday of January nsitt thai tb time fornllng anrumeuts audth Kit mirier' rewrtbe lunjtad lolb lllbday or Jauuary nU. ud Ibat sail Mtilloo b beard on lb Ud day of January TNTphDPRlMRCOITIlfOfTHnPIBTBIOT j. nr tviiUMBia. t BaonfIaraUta-ri(rA, i ... faWMMif --J.sT.-naf - Jamal "Eitwir la; trutiaW tbtftsuaW hakkig raisutad Uuvla baa atai Ut Bt aowthar. ix fa lVo(lttIiatWlrtTPt?bluifa with HU btlororrn nU lhrun to Hit Jan Taylor f r iAvIlUfcymttrt,hlU 4ef tAsm reiJc rttnVuiUftakaaiTcTr tl fllatdsy of Deoaiuber uait, uuIbm oshm to fUe ) v otrary ba ahoP ! w' to th day provldad i oy of this order Mmdillahed (P s-nn dally nawa j j(r nuted aud tiuUnbed in Wkahtiiirtou oil). D 1 1. . once a week f tr thre auocssalva weeks iMfurt 'S wera th ture uocmiv weaks lnjiur rnl riakfw.ri'liar A True Oopy-B, t Usios, Clark. uotU-U.w ir iwirr f Wllrnah fw York Mrs Rrawn, Mr WiuWlmm NY HK J Fnwrwm.HoitoM It Th miajtTWaJtttflr I F iMllturcr MaryUnd I Ion Jant-aU H-or, 1 If 11 wtl Hvtnia W 11 CanlwoU. ctlv DRY GOODS. QIOAKHI H HNH CHAIJHI Ht ITS 11 giI,KNI T1IMITHII riiNiim iiKMi Muuivnni EVENINO DHESS GOODS. TAIHE DAMASK, NAPKINS, 1101 1 K, TOW BIM, FIIIITCMITIIM, MNI!tr)TIIM. LAROE STOCK OF MCE CURTAINS miw ooorn nrrnvrn daii t rnoM thr FRE8F1T TO THE CIlftE Ol THE RBAftON nUaniliU i4 I. nil thr tot ...llllr.. JOHN T. MITCHELL, trtl t l"niiHj Iviinln nrn. MISlKEMUliCIlifJ, tt. MONDAY, Pecember. fiwMli Nhthtaoalrnf lhdl actor, author andmsuagrr. MU 1.KHTEH UAI.t-ACK being his An afpesrance Uirasulngton. MIU WAU ACK will hare Ihe sappMt MIRft KPriB flKBUOK, (from WatlaeVeTheatre, New York.) MR. WN1N bnWFHA, MlHS ROflA RAMP. UR L LttJllFlMWHIN, MitH.tt UdCUUuK, MR. tt 11 iui Ox, sad othrra. MONDAY PYFNINO aoJ until further notice wnibestStHlrir Ihe Brat linie here Mr Wsllacks iVavedy la1re Acta, rntHled (ITIMI. P.HKt na Tiir norF with two ihwuh Presented with new Bcrner I ffecta, ke During Mr ttallacks eugageroentlh prices will be asuOows Orabestra Chairs. ! Jo Orchratra Circle RcarrveJ ilK nrubaatraCtr laAdmlMloo. and Dreati llrcle HMirved,glt Dwaalirrla Admipaloii lAreata iLlevetith street amttbPrnnsytvaula arenne.) Eicltlng Relactloi a lnrerful Attraction. niPi Jtlll", ANII IfAlllllK. Th Cetel-rated TYrtran and Chameter AttUrt. rAAHLri ami iit'iiiirn irARirYANpmiOHEH. Psasley al Hutrhes. pesalry and lliurhre The artlatio antig an I lsnoe an 1 sketch artiat. Till. 1THI LA THU1 I'll. The ZiUlla Tronj fh7 i ne jtetia. lella TrtTtine Jrmipe, TUB YUHKI,l,l. lILtl.TIIKItH, lhatUeIinHlpers r Htwur an 1 Dance I iuum aaauhiia. nr i k mil in, Helen Smith. Helens ftnillb. , Helena flmfrh. Imnu) Msrah, Belle Oralis m BtiaU Hummerrlrld. 11 iohnaon. snd otir entire ('orTriae Rnet,Jn the new end be ill! il hs'let divert lurmrui, ar ranged, ot Helen Htmth, emit letl hAmI AN l ll IM K 11AI I KT tonf.y iiaMfi. r, j. ihtki W J THOMpfcoV Aimt-D ht'CKLV OTFK VIIHTT TAf KNTKl AIITlMTK. . OHKAT TlUPIJC O MPANk Pamlly MaUiwea , . kvarr WFDXMDAY antt II iTtlRD Is tvared and will shortly swear, tin rnulsr AmerlrauTratreillank MU. ll T RT TSON. TUrUilU HeuutltnialDranta, NlA-K AND NICK. . wili bo dlaeonUaued durtunT the wiuler eesaon. i JMKaT OKANIVANM'AUHALU MOPNT VritN0t I1P0E, HNtTPb ORDFR or AMERICAN PLASTEnPRri. AtODDFtrJiHAH HALL. MONDAY DaclMri The commit,! have tiered itoriabia oretirnae lomakslbUTlli. CALL of the seson. M iaki br th 11 4r HU1 Ban I .Chairman Oommltte of ArrantrrmeuU, decJeeocUt MAESTRO ANTONIO DkRILPH UllAMI ON 1-ltT, AT M ARINJ'fl If Al! I , THURRDAYEVkJIlNtl. December U, at locUk lie wilt ba aaalated oa rhl oocaal nt by the f rtlow Itur itkatlnauitar MRfVA-MWritLU boprano MIbm E. u L.MOOE ttjwther wtbjBl net hew ALPRt nanri vorai aruiie inmi new iora . o niriii , "Li n " IUKI1 1. the W oderfnl touiu PKHKIiUIZ QUART TTV .7 Mmreltat MltHIIIMlf Pll OB iia nri new aui nr it' luiw nanaoi) im ijr 1 1 llaltti tore, and thi IIH IUIIaMI Inn I. w.m.u.uu. ti Itnmllat MR 1tlllM,r Ml flftFtfr. TlrkelA. ai. eaale ail Ilia ami Alrlienttl alfnuLf fltorea. decWR pENN9LANIA hOClABLE. Tlieenret ftodal le of a Berle of four will b MM rttbUn, TboniBah.Pr.mt k.K B. Wallace Ja I rotMt John U Itr, J 1- Mk h? er r It. clisti and Jos. M WiIwil tb npo-N I I IT OKAND kAIH AND FF8TI.AL f r Ibalwiient t f HT.TINCLNT'H (IKPIIAN AMVU1I, Al Odd Pellswa Hall, mauu of tbe moat attractive character rj V.OHdH McDONAI II, I TM II WILL LXCTpRX PM TfJI I in: and OF.Niim op nonV.itT BHTibH ATTHK CHiNaitPAUTltiXAL, tm'nrii, WEDNESDAY December 11 atloclxk n.m. OAUI41U'rllAIUni OPFINRAUTK. Removed from No. 1XH to No. UU PttuurjTanl are On frtje erhlblUop and roe sale a large eollectlon of Oil Palotia. Kiwravlnirs, Ohrumtia, Liruiisea Carylajr. HUte&ry, rare Cttna of Porcelain an 1 iTwitoirraiih Vrai iigraiih Vrainea. I. n. itAin.mv. WhllCK-H rrnttNti hand PROP loiih WhllPR aulKtrxl Ir flit-cla mualclana, U Ellla . and at mi realdence, TA Htvet th sireeA south rt, between ti and 1 Btreela, Nav ianL oalS-Sui POK lOI'VP TFKVtIV. Tha ateamet AUBOW OapUIn Prank noHlmr haad, baviDW hen rebuilt aad eallral r rehlled 1 ' ber reaent owner, will leave her wharf FOOT OP 8t ENTH BTHPPT. DAILT (Sundar ewtett, AT 10 0"t Ia)CK POIt t ins i "Ba. Oen. Hup t ntaemrr Arrow inn' Tin: best At till lionet Prices. fTOVILTT OPfqTTLi; ajrfVKtTV K)l. qTTLB, kT0VHI.Tr OV QTTIK, a AN D mKXTlItK QT -jrATKHIAL ITIKXTinit OK TlrATKIIlAI, l.A irpKITinR OP -kyrATKlllAI, ,r IrN FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING. 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