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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14. 1877.
LIFE IN WASHINGTON.
INDICATIONS.
SmlAwnl It KHllnrwl ood prill millrly vini,
rlfi( tarmtr, pertly cltudy, cifr K-raMrr.
THtkUOMHTIIC IUMHQI TO YMTIRDAY.
f 11. ui ...... "MJP.ro
IB !? B I
CITY NOTES.
More "good coffee house
Iteecl blhkp fifty crnti ft dozen.
Orapes tea cents a pound; "three" for a
quarter,
Who would not eat mushrooms when
they arc only 23 cent! a quart ?
Messlnt lemons nro for sale la abund
ance at 2030 cent a dozen.
Watermelons eight, ten and fifteen
cent each. And. oh I water lot of melons were
in market yesterday 1
Hon. M W. Uansom.of North Carolina,
ana lion. John T, Harris, of MrgluU, arc
guests at the Metropolitan.
The same old joko again, that Washing-
ion maritcis preaeni now nn uumeuseiy mciou
Utollc appearance during business hours.
Oeorgo CIiaa, colored, who was con
Yleted in ths Tollce Court of a second offense
of larceny, was yesterday committed for tli
granujury.
It ued to l "the honi of the hunter Is
heard on the hill," but now it is the horn of
the oyttrrnian on tho street, while he Is hunt'
ing for customers.
Henry Willis, colored, was fined $t0 or
thirty uays in Jan. by Jimso Milts yesterday.
for the larceny of a vest, valued at VJ50, from
3Ir. Lett Is J, JUrr.
''.Solicitor Is tho title no jjiten the
c en lielnilngly enthusiastic 'but ami h.ickinut
who tnlte travelers to ride In thotehlttet
they have clwe at hand.
n illustrated sljrn on V street north
trails: "Nothing like having the children fixed
with cement 1-efore going to market." Any
body can we what U meant there.
"We can board jou cheap enough
Dow," a restaurant man raid yesterday, "tmt
the price must be ndvanrccl whtn tegetables
get carre,os t will lose money," ho added.
CanVelopes three to fire cents eath.
"lane em an at mree cents: - was tne way a
Washington market vender put It icsterday
whllo standing beside a "small mouutalu of
them.
The botlyofa man named Trender, who
wait drowned while fishing at Williims' whirf,
foot of Third ktreet southeast, Wednesday
night, wni rocoered at 10 o'clock yesterday
morning.
A colore! j outh named Frank Harm
vu fined flu or thlrtr days by Judge Mills
yesterday tor stealing a VI currency no to ironi
tho sent of Mr. l'cter J. IjiurlUen while he
was practicing at tho Ktf.o Itanje at Kenning.
"They are stout enongh cane, ns far ns
ineygo, sue said wnue auminug a ponre
man pedestrian at Ing with his baton in his
band: "but. It Kccms to me. ther are wonder
fully short. However, It may be tho stylo
here."
About 6 o'clock last evening a hore
attached to a wagon belonging to Mr. John
May, and driven by his ion, Tin away on
Prospect street, Georgetown, and tho lad was
thrown out. Ills arm was broken above the
ilbow and his head badly cut.
About 1130 o'clock last night an alarm
of fir was struck from box .V, caused by the
burning of ajunk shop,at the corner of Firt
and K streets southeast, owned by Robert
Young. The building was totally destroyed.
No Inaurance.
About G o'cloik last evening n horse at
tached to a wagon belonging to John May, ran
way on Trospect street, Georgetown, and Mr.
May's iton John was thrown out. J I l-s right
arm was broken abosethe elbow, and he was
so erely cut above the right eye. t
People are nesersatlsfied with art. One
of two critics who stood yesterday looking up
at the sign on the bulldlug in which the ufflto
of the Independent Ico Company Is situated
remarked: "It's all right but that hhlrt. Ice
men don't wear white ehlrts; they near red
ones."
Jacob Krles and his wife EUnbcth
were fined i each In the Police Caurt yester
day for too publicly oxprcaslnji their ill-opin Ion
of the character of Mrs. Clara Les and her
Montis dauzhtir. Them) parties are n&lirhb m.
and live on K street, near l'our-aud a-lialf
aouthnofct.
Among tho unredeemed pltdges In
pawnbroker it window ou iiiiisilianU
Atriiuc I a cony of thu law rtgttcr and two
Hi Me. How it must tune saddened the mind
and heart of the owner of the former to have
to part vt ith so literary a production, and o. er
whelmed the owners of the latter to be sepa
rated, even temporarily, from such a siurce of
dally comlort 1
When on of the bachelor reporters of
The ItrPL rlil v. es-aj ed, yesterday morning,
to tread the mazes and pry Into the niy sterlet
of the great market hei, and Inquired of u
woman, at stand No. 15, how muchsho wanted
a yard for her Turkish towels, when tn fact It
was tripe In the piece she hal there, she gam
Mm fciiili a look of cotumiserjtlou that cter,
one could fcco ho was gone In n J lily.
WhooujEht not toiue iv white hht to
Ids back when thM aro sold now fur from
sixty tu eighty cult each, and made tuouler
for $1 each; which Is done by a Haltlmore es
tablishment that has an agency here. Dut, In
this connection it may bo well to take luto
consider it ten bow many poor women there
must bt In JJ-dtini'int tu admit of the manu
facture of b licit bhlits at tliow fctarvation
rates.
ilnrrlot ll'-on Is a roiornl auoun
xeroer and a tenant of Mr ratrkkCulIInaiii'
who charged him In the Police Court jester
day with dilating private property lit thit ho
had rcinovid all tho gas plpo and comphtelv
gutted the preuiUes he occupied. Mr. Culli
nane explained that ho brought this rato frr
tho benefit of ppiperty-ownei s gen-rnlly, lut
tho court showed his want of juin lutlou and
Uisnilsiwd thecal.
Tho c.io ngnluit Jacob MUh.uls
t Imrirpil with Intent In deCi-mil fr Al n ml
Itiirnes out of M5 by meins of a bogu clu k, !
was dlimlsscd In tho Pol Uk Coil it jfitf-rhv
on the grou'id that whatever frtul had tx ti
perpetrated was not directed toward Mr.
mnuM. Counsel for dea-un iull4t'd an ln
tcutlou of prosecuting I). L. S?lke, tha person
who obtained mrny on tho chei k, a.1 the real
otreuler lu tbo cte.
The wedding of Kufut Crooks nnd Mis
Julia (ioet Iwt eening was a plrnw.it occa
sion The inarrlriK nos celcbnitid at hnlf
past 7 u'i lock lit the jmraonage of the M. 1.
i hurt h on Ninth Ktreet. At 8 o'clock a rcctp
tion was held lit the resldenre of Mr. Addf
(loetr.the biide's father, No. 1001 K strict
northwest 'I here w.n inutlc and dim lug
uutll lute tit i Ubt. Kufjs Erooks Ij ouo of
the mot sMllfal mechanics I.i tho city, an l ho
hat n host ofwelI-wiil.su.
Phe Is ouo of the worst dentetis of tlio
"Dhlilon," and from her pugilist' iijIil
ties ! generally lumll'd with extrs ue cau
tion by the guardians of tho )cat e. Her nai te
Is Annie Morrion, but she is iroi.ii.iUy cm. Is I
"(ientle Annie " 8hc bud Juat fArel a leirj
In tho wutkhuuie, when s'to got cm oae ef 1 ir
erlotllaal "tears," and asaioti'd wi s-s
tsrdsy recommitted to the workhousg fhv
ninety days. bh was soot scone and nbuiio
(n hef profuse tbatiki to tho Court that hv
lia'l to be removed to tbo dd&gsbii below
ilslrs.
Htewart WUson, who was committed to
Jail for the action of tlis grand Jiuj luarae
f grand larceny, Is wanted as a witness in a
case against Mrs. Julia llnsey, to bo tilod In
the Pulica Court to-day. Mr, Juhu K. VorrU,
mi rotinl. with it fit o'deit In view, -.bulled to
?ydtf Mjjjlf f a ,a ibj 5 'JV5' -1 ait
jdttiptrvtim tot his appearance to day, but the
ourt declined to Uwue tho order for want of
Jurisdiction. The name of the wltneas was
left with tho clerk to serve, and It is an Inter
esting point to know bow the Jail omdais villi
act lu the ptemises.
THKI1ASK MI.MSTA
THE N'ATIOXAT.KXTlNftUIHIt Olfl D0Y8 T1Y
a HcoRr.or2no six a oami: or ncuir
INNIN08-A MOIir XNfANrilV CI MK,
Onlng to the threatening aspect of the
weather yistcrday afternoon not more than a
thousand persons NUed the Olympic grounds
to wltutM tho last game of the scries between
the National and Our lljys, aul, as tn the two
previous games, tho zebra-hosed youths vere
comptl1elto lower their colors to the reds.
Thogamo wastcdhms and uninteresting from
the start, the reds finding It an easy thing to
dispone of their antagonists In one, two, three
order, as owing to their poor Holding and bat
ting their adversaries took them into camp by
aacoreofSl to2.
The ground nns In a very slippery conil
tlon.no tint mod fielding mas almost Impossi
ble; but It did not arcm to affect the play of
the rids, whilst tho our J wye were completely
demoralized, tlanie was culled rmnetusllr at
4 30 o'clock, and tho National aeut In Holly to
open the game for them, which hedll by aend
IngadaUycutter Intocentro field, on which
ho renched firt. HoucVs liner sent him to
second, nnd on ptwed balls he wont to third
and home. lUrron was thrown out at fint by
Willis, and Ilouck came home on an overthrow
by CI lira. Malor causht Itrlneton's foul, and
Willis nailed Dallas' i!y. Two runs. In tho
first Inning for the Our Ilos ( Hrlen's foul
bound wis neatly taken hv Kenny. Mijor
and Velhmcyer knocked their hills Into T.u.k's
hands nt third, and were thrown out nt first.
No runs.
.mJ 7i.rtft. Lusk trotted to first on three
bills, and came home on Majors o or throw to
aecond: Major rule I to hold Mrnrns third
strike, and he reached first; Htddock captured
Kcnuey s My; lUunon knocked a bull into liar
ley's hand at short, nnd of course did not run;
Holly secured his first on Hurleys rumble:
Meirns came In on Ilouck'swcak hit to the
Pitcher, who attempted ti throw him out nt
hrst, but Hum dropped the ball; Uirron cleared
the laM ou a line hit to centre: D.llatsent a
fly to SntUck. and retired Ills side. Four
run. Hartey sent up a fly, which Houik
gobbhtl; Simmssuit a Win lor to the Mino
Placer, unt ho died at nrit; Kenney milled
Haddocks third strike, but threw him out nt
first. No rum.
Third InnUi;. IJylur ten's foul bound wis
rapt'md by Hidlok attr n Ion run. I.'isk
secured first on his good hit between short
and third, nnd caue home ou Clum's over
throw. Major threw Stearns out at first. Ken
uey 111 a victim to Willis and Clum. One run.
Scngstnck caned the air three time. Willis
rear bed firt c n llillas' error. Hum's third
strike wj missed by Keuney, who nslted Willis
bv his thnwto nocou I. C lum reaching first,
whriu he w.u U(, us o itrlcn struck out. No
runs,
;ir'7i inmj. Itannon'shlt to third jleldcl
him his first, and h Mole sevnd Holly
brought him limine on a rattling two-biser to
centre, Velhmeser dlspied of Ilouck at
first. The same plaver clipped Hirron's
wings. Hotly scoring. Dillas an first on i
hert fly over third. Hylugton gae Harley
a chance to throw him out at first, which was
done. Two runs. Lusk cut Major off at flrt
lUnnun attended to eihmeyer In the Mino
way, and Hotly nipped Harley by throwing
him out at fir-t. No tuns.
Fifth nai hi. Lusk sent a beiutv to left-
centre and reached third. Stearus liner to
left field brought him home. Kenney fouled
out to Major. Harley and (Inn killed Pan
non, but Stearns crossed tho home plate on
Clum's poor throw to third. Hsrley threw
Holly out nt first. Two runs. Minnis diod at
first on Houck'a throw. Huldock snt one to
Houck, which lie passed to first, but Dillas
dropped the lull, and a run wHjjibte. Hid
dock stole kecoud. Sen it stack knocked a bait.
which, the pitciisr threw 10 luk incut -u
JiaddocK, nut ne imnoieti u, ami wnen ne uia
nick it no madi a wild throw, ou which Had-
dork came liome. ealnlne the fint run for the
"xebras." Willis' base hit sont him to fir
and Senirstack to third. Holly accented
Clum's fly, and O'HHen ended the Inning by
being inrowu out oy iveuney w iauai. une
run.
Sixth Innhu. Slmms misjudged Houck's fly
to left, and thestiiker reached second. Jiar
ron iint him home on a beauty to centre
Dallas advanced Barron to third ou his good
hit. but on Pvluiton s hit to Harley he rauzht
Dallas between the banes, Parrou scoring.
liUsk icached first in saiety, as ins stiu 'uu '
wjs ii(kml up by Harley, who threw t Willis
to he i lotfllyiiigton, but tho ball was dropped.
Ruth inru came home on Stearns' good hit, and
Kennes'rf threc-baaer scut btru also across tho
miiblc, Pyiujtou scored on Holly's hit to
left. engstack misjudged Houck's fly and tie
curtnl hevond, Barron ended the run getting
by fouling out toOBricn. Eight runs. Major
lilt a beuuty to right, but Barron was tooquick
for blni and he ncrlshcdnt first. Kenncv
ciughi Vellimcycr's foul, and Hotly grabbed
Harley s ny to snort. .o runs.
Pemttk in h Inf. Dallas reichol first ou Veiti-
meycr'a error. II) iust i flew out to Voili
mcyer Dallas to third. Harley scooped in
l.usk a uuer. ami uaues scoreu on a iiou
ball, teams' fiy wis caujtht by Clum. One
run. Mmms struck out. Haddock fouled out
to Dillas and hengstack was put out at first by
Baunou No runs
tEighth rtitdij. Kenuey mado his firt on a
Iow bounder, to itvfiil on n psi bull, und
eimeiu ou Biunm's hit to Haldock, who
fielded him out at lint, Harley took Holh's
fiy with hlWt hand. Houck fouled out to
OBiUu. Ouoruu. Willis reached his fint
ou I.u-k'a error. Clum oat at second. Willis
ciini(! homo on Lutk s error. O Hrien struck
.ut. Holly titled ths game by disposing of
.Major at ni,
Tho Crulzhlon !iave tien coniDelled to post
pone their game witli the Templar, whtih
was lo nave laxrn puce euis uitcruoon, owing
to a death lu the fanulv of ouo of Us player.
'lhe Patriot an 1 National play on tho
Olympic groiinJi this afternoon nt 1 10 o clock,
an I as the twoilva!, Baunou und Tucker,
will bo pitted against ealt other, lor the first
lime, a cioio gaino win uouducm uo me re
mi t.
On the Patriot pro mis, corner Ninth amlS
eticvts nortliweit, two new niplranls ir ball
astic hours will "swing tho willow," ami as
tho in ijorlty are i toro used to t'io musket than
the bit T.ito siwrt may bo bo anticipated. Tho
uidforms, wh.ch nru of the iheaptit matiii.il,
nro at ou c striking aid gaudy, ion&istIiM uf
"army elevens," "checkerboard ajeks," kuce
hlj(h " pints and husoy-woohcy shirt, the
whole surmounted by a beauttfil " alter"
tip. Host, liccuts; male to oider dv imnnp,
uf New York ) An ambulance will bo ou thu
grouut to cirry on tho wouuled, und tlio
mduy laly fi tends of tho touttstants hae
been busy f.ir two weeks picking Hut for the
wonll-bo ulisi' loci herce No one posted In
tho ruhs will lo allowed to umpire, but tho
mratiisof thoopi ldnghlditf will bo author
it on all disputed (jii stions.
Thn fo'.Iowins; are tlie pseudonyms of theso
Mtrkeis after biso bill notciletv. thtlr real
names bfing HiiiriSMid ou. or rcK)(t to their
iimliws
hcttion K'n Isi, eitcher, White, pitcher;
Di'L'ircs. tiist bese. Whhv. auoiid bisc: Keccb,
third ba-c: Oitfr. a'nut stop: Thomas, left
At hi, K'lls, tcntio bell, Col, W, 11, Moore,
rljlit held,
Punli's- AddUn.pIt'hcr. McNlcliol. catcher:
BiStelt, filt bate; Allhur, itceond biie; Mil Id,
thlldbHHc, Btue, hh( it slop, lM is, Ifft field,
lUirison. centra field, (iitlt, ilgl.L ibid.
bulslitJtcs ad lib. from Compaii) A, W. L I.
MSCwIIf.ftt..
At Boiton lint mi, f; hi T.o'i'.s, 1. At
Pittsburg Mirs, '.', Alll aiii;i, I. Ten iu
iiiugs woro plajwl.
At I.?u'.sl!!4 CincioDitlei7, Loall.'IUes 4.
AiniOS f ILM TO-PAY.
Py 11 11 Warner
At fy p. m , va'uablo llnrnel real e-HU
at (HI in thucmntj.at iliokituof thciplto
giti ud lid' g tl o uorlhuC't (orifrof Kirscith
ft,re't ami tbo roud lea I.'ig to Ih Hj.dlera' Honii
IlyWm II Maul alt
At 5 p in heauMful farm toQated in I'i'im
CJeOrgi'' county, twinid a ba'f in'lct test aoutt
c a UliioNaijr WtdbiMe,
:tr:.. .,.. ,
r' u,0Il,
- inn uv oie oui hii nno, , i.'iiiuiv wt
OIlpllOL,
A REPORTERIN JAIL.
riLQRIMAQK YESTERDAY TO TIIE
GREAT DISTRICT CAGE.
WHAT A fcCniDlS SAW A.S HKATtn-ItOW
TMKlNSTlTUTION IS MANAOtD-TUK WAY
TIIK riUSONKM SPEND TlIFIti TIMK -PHOrtT
TALKS WITH JOM ofhciaia
ANttt.rCIttPTIONAOKfcOMKOFTHKPIlOM
INENT rUlSONF.Ri
Fullke In maar other parts of the worl hour
Jail Is I iot totaled tn the loidstofclrlluatlon so
ttist people cm null Into It readllr.tortj to see
their friends of counejbut Is ontho cor fines of
the nation's esplt il.w-hetc the surrounding scenery,
which tho prisoners cannot readily see, Is
charming, and tho bracing aimosrhcrcof which
they hate an abundance, Is omnipresent, and, fur
thermore, to add to the n conicn'cnceoi tuning
tho Interior of the great grid Ironed Institution, It
is rr beyond the psie or where the a'tect can run.
si that one has UtrnrcUhence la some other s?rt
of com erance or pclcitrlanate to the bct of hts or
her (or, Iflt was Dr. Mary Hi) bllly.
A Nstiqvu RtrrsiifAH tepotlcr w ho was sent
there yesterday ctpcrieu;e 1
NO DIFFICULTY IV CIFTTIYO tNTO JAIL.
Indeed, he was cord'ally receive i,crn as thoe
whom? f irrttal pajvr of Intro 1 u tlo'i Is not uuiio so
CheterlleldiSTiaithat which the ncwpapcr rep
refentatlrcprccntet. Tl fact that life li short
(reporter' live gonvtally arc-he gool die young
Ills only the hardy UU who will nolt jcti'isled
tolcaeus) Imp lied him to proceel at out e to
business, which, in a iiewpapcr nun s c) e, always
takes the form of an in'Wew when he gains ac
cess ti a gooil nature 1 r illsl s presence.
"s.h I ee," said the olhclsl whom he a HreH1
"you wanttoputopme.' An) ihen head led with
atyko( great mtfon,inedplctel In his coim:c
nance. ' ! j ou know 1 am i cr) dry '
-so am I said tho report tr lurpailrg re wn
about to reeclre a sc hooner of lemins le,
HiwcAcr, 1 w-ilUne yvu ull I ran,' aidthanffi
clal. appiren'ly not lmtulug the rpmers ir.ds
erect runaric 'but I do HM want jo'i to put in)
name In the icr. Inmatmdett nun you m ut
remember"
The reporter stsrollnirani srnIy; odd It
le ioiitIe sjch wm the iv t iljM t.ce at the t, ib
of lliciinttou and scttldtd not n ni Ml irail
after all when H tikea I it5 cousl tjratlon bo was
I'tjatl Ibereare always agreai ninny rct.rlng
men of reaalar habit w jtcaJy men there.
ricr.
,Vchse"ald the jffl Ut, "two hunlred ant
seventi foar llnjle and culit targ; cell We
generally put only two pr soncn li each of the
Istur
n ir iirMM.t i.m i r tt Itirutf rl
U two bun Ire t and rtf.i nine, two third' of
whom arc colored this includes meniy-flse
females, the younsett ot whom lias J in conic in
un J is only ft mere chit I of thlrieun. A fewotihu
women biivc kt Js with ihcm The ). uiicM msle
Is a ti i) id 1 Iioy. nnd lhe ol lc-L a 1 snlfiitHl diunr. 1
should) line U rtlout sixty. 'Iho ht(lict dime
irrwrit.il my jemtie is iire i utteiij, nitnv vn
lhe iib uf th r.ales II U murder "
. hiiw lu thu ihe m let ere mr wickeuer nun
iho le'iiiil'', as 1 always upie J they were,' ald
the rcuter
l u i interrupt mo ai i ir o'nciai, ine n-
t in" n i ns iuer uu wnt b.re t scrc oit rauso
from ihlity to niuci) uud one hun lr 1 in 1 eighty
dai. ILomojit preiulent crime c mitaiticd has
txen Iho Isrceny ot clmhet rt dry Biods,"
ou has e nme inur )cr cas.s '
1 think we hate soinesli or wen In connec
tloii with this crime awaiting trial, cr somcth.'ijof
mat -ri
"M11 sou oblige mo with their i,anet, i.s'lilty
e'e "' , ,
I prefer not to at so at rrcfcni n i meir
name fur reiuous which 1 u-em tuiticient nud
wh.rh sou "ml I sea are mitts l ror-ei II roil under-
ut All the clrcumnc eonncciel with Hie
niihn andasmiiielriiailTUy loan only ny we
keep no re-corlof (hat All we hive, tn tho form
of u record, is in thu ama'l txwlt bore."
I)II KOUriNK, MFT, FTC.
"Oh ' nit I inn ny tu lo the daily rvUlno It Oist
we gtl the- pnner up st o cl ick in tha moni'iig
when they petrorma var.eiy of heslthfeil, clennlj
and iicceisuy dutlus At S a. tn. they attack thu
flrtl reguUr ration of the day,"
"You willlarorme wih the full bill of fare for a
day 1 '
M'crta'nty. Mornlnj fish, warm bread and
coffee. Noon, soup, mut, potatoes aai wtrm corn
bread
? hero eras a pause,
' .nd for support"
'You can repre'ent It this way.OW"
"Is it working between meals tlut Impairs thetr
hcelil.T '
.Not at all. They read a great deal."
(.. ullulllltf
"Mti.t tiiirMlr. Thfre ara tome Y. M C. A.
members who como. here regularly, Including
ldlcs who bring with them some highly edityinn
literature.'
' ht becomes of the prisoners between meal
tlmi i"
"They remain locked lu their cells"
'"Ahuli u nearly ctual to solitsry confine
me-uT
Very nearly so"
"Thore in no regular employment for the prison
eriKciicrallyr "No, but we keep them employed as we as wo
can tloitur Mich thimc i unut be done. We work
as many of them nerving out sentence, as siepti
ibly cjiu. It Is proiosot to put up workshop! here
omedayorolhir.aud then wc tan hue them all
at svork ''
' hen was this building (lot occupied ? '
, "In December, 1875.
BIJOU AND FMKVD9.
"That commanding olllcer who bus just come In
with tho new prisoners' 'lliutU Mr. Iurton.whoni
vnu h mwcriii'ts of tha t-n n w ill lnlt i the II Jou
ufour local folUelVjurt
' Ho is certainly &uo unc man--"And
a fine oritur too"
Mr. Ill Dinmi removed tho handenllk
fnim iri4l btahIl'i bokIiiir nun and lioiswho
had been his iju ts in lhe van. and retired with alt
the gracefulness f-.rwhkhthc, tll the Ilartous
are mj conplcuouly rvmirkeble.
"IMIS'T PUT MY NOfV. IV TIIK l'VPtR."
At thl liinrtoro tho roiHiriLr was turned oter lo
auoilicromier, w ho had pnlouIv tn'ou illrickHt
toklinw mm aioiitfiue con-won. .uorc unioeKiuv
of iloont, nud the lc kln of them care fully behind
him, and tie n.p trier t uul 1 pas m as to be Wini m
with tho prisoners, but only while their cctlduors
were between him aul them.
1 lie o ttlccr rcqii eted. as he uOiered the reporter
into the flrtl corridor, lout his ntmo might not v.
Kir lu lhe paper. .
Iho rtritiuleresllng case reached was that of
rjroum; hvltimoiif,
enloretl, held In connection with the murder of
Mecratii. ()ortte was aiuioit nkci, at a irry
anxious to obtctu a new bhlrt. He lerulnlj needed
one
"HowlorKluveyoubcjn hcrel" the reporter In
(mired. iix moalhs t day," he replle 1.
U.E FITZUL'nH,
white, had lieen lu durante vllo threo months for
aiteut liuiue'ry wnjeruig mi nun avifti'i iiov
lllstM-ntiriice it lx months Ho em;Iojhla tlmo
ni.in.irj. tn rlil if mutt Uflllfh BTA llllWd tiritti Hf t-
rat of ihemare tn trout of the d oni lu dlfiercnt
parts ol tlio Jail. He did not waut his name In the
r aptr and If it lalnoeriel In tlusVeparttt mut le
lu etinwiuc icc of thechrotilu forctfulncasofthf
rcporicr
f lull nvcninc lu '('iui- u m-iu u-jy i-ni'irtni, nu
did not appear to Iwoierelci en j cars of uc. He
k&id lilsi.ume wan
m'RY JVCKSOV,
and seemelentln'y obltiitjs to tho factltmUht
Ij, n iti.h.1 lu thit nwnjrr
How louj were jou sentenced tort'
"liy ilaj
"Mow loiu hiu- jouK'cn hero?''
Forty two '
' YotidiJu t doai ) thine. '
'Oh,)gsldii' lfctole lrvjunk"
ARKICK,
ulitm rtiarir.i.1 with tlia lliilllrttt of t'OITnbf. and
nwiiuiiiiaiuw uul, iniutfsncd a demo to bore
I'CC.I,
WM. STAMP,
white tlnrgcd wtth the murlcr of Sam Morrb,
had b;. i hi pll sci en mo utit
M'llMW,
colore I (ieortco lUHImoros partner, had been
wiieiebo was klx months.
AN INTIUIITtVa CISB
IsthatofJ II Whitue) ehnrgcl wlih fraud ilentlv
a rawing pa as a ii-cond llciilcuuiit lu fenrni)
He ban been fnenrcerated hluco tho tub of Juno
lttit Mr Whitney Inasery jHilito and lulclliire'Ut
joungueiitlcmati, at leai tlmt wat tlio lmnioii
hlsleportnuiit ami remarks made upon the re
iiorttr Ho is unable ti turiibh ball that can be
aecepud here ullhough he ) he tan obtain
boinlMiicn wlim-e projitrty Is lu his nntie and
liomufttuuoi inuiena
CIUUL-3 BTtWART,
ai-orll) WuthtnKloii colored man charged with
IiHjttit.hnd been lucke-d iipufiiee tliul'lh of liv-t
n.i Hi He iicinid to be luflerlng severely from
pii.u lu tlie beau
WVLTKIl nOTIFY,
white, bad been In Jail four mom' s 'waiihiR fr a
htaitng"as i ear a the report r co.Il acertiu
flieftt.ioiit limit ed ' aid that as u.Ieid lis I
been obta!iel iridcrfj'ieinti .es, n at out) un"
Mr 11.WS1 exccedliiifly nuxlotts not lluu .is
l.iroo linear lu plltit nor snjl1 't.c be an I b
canto he did not want to o fiend anybcdiijr frc
Judlce h!i case lu anj way.
We hid now readied
"TIIK HKXICAH BOSlrt MAN."
As Inlay upon his cot wrapped In a hesi)
we den blaukt t he appeared to L id
II ftoul) weak irom wnfir.timeiit, ia,J the
i.3Ucr.
IirXAY ADAMS,
a ool red U) hulnz commit td I an assault an I
batioty onau tU.rbij i)Uie ;fifia S,Uooliat
served out elaht of a tan months' sentence, lie
hnsapftrtorthe wall of his ced neatly adorned
with plcturos obtained from Illustrated publications.
LFM TfgrORf, WHITK,
charted with a.ault and battery with Intent to kill
Charles (kndnian who was charged with the same
orTono, but ecac 1 out of tho court room, havlnc
had application made for a new trial, H quletlr
awaltdif the result III conduct Is exemplary.
The omccr captained here that the Criminal
Court prltouors wt-e kept In one wing and the
l"olice C-ourt eves In the other,
now to maTttOY vfrmim.
Another tranter, and under a new gu'de the re
porter was escorted to the regions below. There
lio was shown a tight bov.ln which four bedsteads
can boptaredatonce. TheMream Is let on and
In half an hour afterwards the ehiiifhcs are dead
fores ei more. All kinds of vermin on woolen or
other artlclci can be exterminated In the same
thorough and expeditions manner.
A dipemuiry forms one of tho valuable features
ofthe institution, with Hr, Noble- ouigas theci
culaplus. VP AMONO TIIK FFMALF.
The reporter was ktndly permitted to see soras of
en vjb i oi ine lenacrer sex. i v cui ihhivh
Is
AHM! tKARY,
who looks tike a nsthe of the Fmersld ts'e,au ts
charged with s'eallng diamonds and other valu
able! from a dwelling Hhe f und It convenient in
be looking out of the window when the reporter
and turkney entered, but when politely requeued
lo face aho it dl t tn slowly, revealing what ap
peared to be a pre) cr book In l.cr hands. She it
tpilrcdof Mie reporter "who tent you here." and
wlin Informed nMoihe nsuner fn which heob
tallied a llrehhoiHl md lenly got tho lockjaw and
remained lu that condlioti until be had rtllred.
Two colore'I women in one cell had csch baby
oncslx and thetther flve months old Ythata
iilaee for Infants ' Hoihof the women were iters
Ingoutasenteucc for "only whipping their chil
dren,' as they expressed it
In nnothcr ce'I a colore I woman had a little boy
with her only six year old ho had been in that
cell time months. Her crlmo was kcertngadls
ordertyhoiip. m
1 wo men are confined In the females part of the
tal!,hll ajwltnc-ro Thcygct good board and
ladiy,
"rmKY."
The reporter was stoit to tcaro the building,
w lieu he was tnterroji'ed
' ou are not going away without aaylrg some-
imngniNui me oig
dli no"
Thsl 'iTr.nUt,lrfi ImtVtnsr tlltle animal Yt
there W Krhky Mm wa horn and rawed In the
tilri Imil nn.l alinNn,! nn lltipr tliir kille 1 icretltV'
e:giu rnis mere in ouo morning, iai ucr inrnu
kuowalie Is nlise"
,..".';: " :.. - .... r i
ivriiaps she. too, I nt want nor name in ine
newtipspTt""
The reporter was shown out iollicty, but firmly.
nowi's er.
COKCLt'SION.
A r.Al ,ln1 nt litirlilv rnmnllmetitarr chariG-
tirnhouldbe a licit nbiilve b tho rcmukably
fine discipline, great eleanllne-s aul other com
mendaMe fi'Stiiros of tho InMltutlon, but tho not
Inconsiderable length to which thH repiit hv
alreedr 1-een extended adinunlliei the icrlbo to
dcor his eulojlum until aouie ethcr time.
Tlin DISTRICT OOVCKXMCXT.
MfLCOIVMni ALFWNDKn rRfVTTINO-
htock HFcunrr ron tiik hchool rcsn-
t'AN IT III: CANUKLT.D?-IiIIITYaUTrhB1
NCTMK a.r.NED-A Pr.INKIXH FOUNT,
A1X OIl TOUIlTHr.NTJI STItKCT AT OOl'XD
AltY.
AtTitrs at Columbia Building ycstenlay ap
pearcil rather dull, although the regular ron
tine work progressed with tho usual steadi
ness. The District Commissioners wero on
hand, reccUed all s.UUor, gave a patient hear
ing, and disposed of nn Iter as their Judg
ment nnd circumstances required.
They have directed tho erection of a drink
Ing fountlan to lo placed ou the coiner of
Fourteenth nnd Boundary streets northwost.
Assistant District Attorney A. A. Blrney
has collected from Judgments in District casts
before the Supreme Court, from Julv 21 to
September 13, $0, and paid over $-"7.25 to the
District treasurer, that sum being the amount
belougtng to the District after paying $10.75,
tho cost of collection.
A water main has been ordered to he laid on
Connecticut avenue, Iwtween M and N streets,
and a sewer tu the same locality. Tlie latter
will be constructed at tho cmt of the appli
cants, In accordance with tho general aewer
plans, tho DMrlct furnishing tho pipe.
UNCLCAH OUTTtRS.
The District Commbwloncr. In referesce to
n letter from the Board of Health catting the
attention of the former to tho condition of
certain gutters on Twenty-fourth street north
west, cite tho opinion ol the District Attorney
In regard to that subject, and add that they
would bo gratified to hate the Board of Health
co-operate tn enforcing tho provisions of the
act. Tho law referred to ts an ordinance of the
corporation of Washington, appro, ed January
17. l3)U. sviucn proviue mat ino occupants
of tho building, or owners of tho vacant lot
lu front of which nuy weeus or obstructions
may bo fonmi, miy do comneiieu, unaer pen
alty of not less than ono dollar, nor mors than
(he dollars, to rcmoo the obstruction: ant
that the engineer, a successor to the old com-
mlosloner of improvements, should gte tho
notice to otTcndcra. Noncompliance of hts or
ders can bo followed by arrest and prosecution
lu tho I'olieo Court.
The DUtrlct Commissi oners haio revised
bhhi for iho follow Inff work and will, lu all
probibilitv, award tho contracts to-day. It
embrace tho expenditure of about $13$.
For substituting a twcho Inch sewer for a
alr.lnch connecting trap In Kt press alley.
with sewer on Second street; for straightening
tbo return cuibnnd resetting Iron fence lu
front of No. I engine houso; for hying 113
suaro yards of brick footwalks on north stdo
of I atrcct, between North Capitol nnd First
streets east, nnd for laying a cobble stone
gutter on south ti lo of Grant avenue, between
Uoundary ami isintu street cxtcnueu.
TIIOSKTSOLBLMOMECFRTiriCATXa.
The Commissioners jesterday reconsidered
their decision In regard to according to Mr.
Columbus Alexander an Inter lew, and re
ferring him to the fcoltcItor of tlio Treasury,
and derided to hear what that gentleman had
to say by way of objecting to the Issue of cer
tificates of Indebtedness lor assessments
against property abutting along FciiusyUanta
avenue when tho recent street inprocmcnts
wero made.
Mr, Alexander objected to tho Issuing of
Iho certificate aforesaid, claiming that they
wero Illegal, that tho act of Congress auttiorU
ing the paing of thit thoroughfare did not
gie tne amiioriiy ossumcu in iss ung ceruu
cates, and that there was no statute to sustain
the Commissioners In putting them out. He
bclicwd that they should put them In tho cus
tody of the proper ofllccrs, nnd there let them
remain until subsequent nttion was taken by
Congress in regard to the subject, and dlrertioi s
fehen ns to how the Cum in listeners should
proceed to collect this assessment. Ho pro
tested against their bolnglsmed. The Com
mUdoncr promised to take tho mittcr Inlo
consideration, but gae no ciprcsslon of thetr
icwsto Indicate what their decision might
be. At tlie saruo time they told Mr. Alexan
der that It was their endeaior to haeall ar-
sisMntuts overhauled, mlsed and sttlsd lu
accordance with equity and Justice,
TUB SCHOOL FUND.
Under the dato of April 0, 1S75, the iIuklriK
fund rommhslon addressed n letter to the
Dlitiltt Co in miss loners of tho followiuir pur
port "We Und reentered ontho tot It looks of
Urn latn corporation of Waslllnutou 551.3j.
nnd Interest, standing to '.ho credit
of tbo 'school fund.' Wo ban to
rttitethat under tha net of tho Legislature we
hero Hud for the public scrolls of this city
various amounts, to nu opgTCgato uf at least
$; JO.fJin), uhictt has been added to tha funded
debt 01 thu District, as shonn by reports here
tofore publMicd; no now therefore
prtsint for jour consideration the question
whether tho niiiount of stock and Interest so
btnndinir to the endit of tl o 'achool fund'
cim not be canceled as a pullic oOsct to debts
p ild by in In other bonds." The communica
tion ...a referred to tbo attorney Mr K. I,.
S'niit'iu, whorcportcd that tu tils opinion the
roiuest of tho commlsMoueis of tho nicking
hi ml could not li sally bo compiled with.
Tiiehtter then went to Mr. KiUhughCojle,
(omptridlcr, a tin returned it with tho answer
' it- at the net of Mti corporation council ap
proved July 37. Wtl, expressly required that
that llii fiiuJ shall bo kept vetted contluu
ftUyun I furcvt rafter by said mayor for tlio sup
poit of said schools; 'ahull constitute n school
fund and bo st spirt forever for the endow
p.eut and support ol tlio public schools of tbo
l tvof Wat bin., tun Unlcsi tbero lias been
tiiibaequeut tetir tttui. annullinj the aboe, (of
which the c-nrt,Ulr was not aware), tne
comailt'Ur.ciaottliMVlui hui cannot 1,'q
attowed toesneel any portion of assets stand-
ing loinecmmor ins puoiio scnooi iunu oi
tho city of Washltgton1
UnHeptcmber A, of this year, the District
Commissioners addressed a letter to the com
missioners of the sinking fund In reference
to the school fund forming a part of the Dis
trict debt, and asking for Information as to the
amount of unpaid Interest on the same, and
mr any suggestions theymigui do pieuca to
make,
Iu reply to this communication the presi
dent of the sinking fund commlwion incloses
a ropy of the letter of April, 1873, and renews
the suggestions contitncd therein. The inter
est on this stock up to and including the quie
ter ending June 30, 1S7T, for two years past,
amounting to 7,2 PI in, ha been oollected by
the treasurer of the District.
There tho matter rests for tho present, the
District Com ml sat oners having as yet taken
no action In regard to the last communication
and recommendations of the sinking fund
commission.
MISCELLANEOUS BUSlNSaS,
Mr. Stephenson, nn InHgeut lunatic, was
aent to the Government Hoipttal for the In
sane. The Inspector of building has Issued the
followlug permit to build I F.lwflrdfenowdcn,
threo-story brick building, corner Klesenlh
and V streets; $2,000. John T. May, repair
luUdlng corner Seventh and E streets north
wost; $1,000. Daniel Krippeil, cotntract
brick wall on Eleventh street, between O and
H northwest; ft
Licenses have been Issued a follows j Mar
tbias I'abst, liar-room; Joseph Dunlgan, on
auctioneers' returns; IVter Foley, do.; C C,
Duncanson, do; J, W. Morgan, do.
FEMINISM FISTICUFFS.
a now ix a noAiimxd holnk-wiucii rp.
WIM IN A I'AIItOFrH.ACK KYE.M FOHONK
OFTIIEIM)YCllMniTANTsl-A BAD WAY
TO C1ET f VTIsFACTIOV.
Mrs. Fanny Woodward and Mr. I.ucy M,
Langtey have rooms at Mrs. Miller's hoarding
house, at No. r0.1 Ninth street northwest, but
do not live happily together, ns wa ahown fit
the Folico Court yesterdsy morning, where tho
former wa arraigned for an assault on the
latter. Both aro ladle of very respectable
appearance, nod (teemed somewhat out of place
In tin Miirt.mnm. Mr I.ftiiolnv liail !iir Ttrpi
hed Imiind In cloth, and tn rnlstn her veil
disclosed n pair of the blacked kind of black
eyes. Several wltnewes, nil inmates of the
simo house, wero exnmlned, and from thetr
testimony It appears that .Mr, ijmgicy er
heard Mr. Woodward telling the landlady
that she (Mrs. L ) had attempted to blackmail
her, (Mr. W.,) nnd that alio (Mm. L.I subse
quently went into Mrs. Woodward's room to
call her to account for It. Mrs. Woo I ward
maintained the truth of what alio had said,
nnd Mrs Linglry sat down In n rocklng-cl.alr
to wait till she would retract It. Mrs. Wood
ward ordered ner out of tho room soernl
times, but alio refused to go, and abused her
M-aiidiloity, catling her atl the vile names
she rontd set her tongue to.
Mr. Woodward stood It a long a she could
until she was called on unusually harsh name,
which caused her to lose her temper, and sbe
determined to ejoct her unwelcome and scurril
ous visitor nt all ha rants, ho she seized hold
of the rocking-chair and upset Mrs. Ijinglcy all
In a heap on the floor. Iho testimony as to
whit followed was somewhat conflicting. The
complainant sworo that Mrs. Woodward sat on
her shoulder while she was down and beat her
about the head with her fists for full twenty
minutes, while another witness, who wa a
Spectator to tlie assault, testified that Mrs.
Woodward simply struck her In the hick
twioe with her open hand. This witness fur
ther stated that Mrs. Ianirlev lav on the door
some time after Mr. Woodward had left the
room and then got up and laid ou the lounge.
She only consented to quit the apartment
wncn so directed oy a poiiremau. counsel tor
the defense referred to the strong provocation
strongly that Mrs. Lsngley had had her eyes
ana race painteu to represent Druisos auu con
tusions jor ine purpose oi creating aympatny.
The Court declinod to listen to this, and fined
tho defendant $10 and costs.
THE COUHT3.
A HULL DAY AT TIIK ( ITV HALL-NO BUSI-NK.-sTRAK3A(.TEIl
IX tVOlnT-TKN MAh
RIAOF. I ICKNUF. IVl'KD-A NEW FUDLIRII
INU COMPANY INC-OHPOnATaD-ANL'MBhR
OF 1'1T3 KNTERED.
EQVITY COl'BT,
Before JtHtlce Olln.
Ttils court held no sc&ston yesterday, In con
sequence of the continued IndlipoiltloTV of Judge
olln.
DIITRICT COURT,
Bafbre Justice Hnaii'Iireys.
Tats court was open yesterday, but trans-
a;tod no business
mOlUTF. COURT.
Before JuitlceUlin.
The Illness of Judge Olin suspeuded tho
butlueiiof tl.Ia onrt yeiterdsy but U will be open
to dsy for the dlspatcn of business
SUITS ENTERED.
The suits cnu-et at City IUU yeitsrJay wero as
follows:
LAW SIDE.
Robt O YswVlv. John B Areher et at; ac
tion ou proialnory nolo for f 100.
JMJVITY SIDE.
ftrecstato of Charles K. Conrad, petition for
leateio iiitumi-vrrcin vaiair.
j. r.caiiweuctai is. .Nationii eapiui itcat ks
state Association; t Ut for an at count.
h, Webb et ux. vs. same; bill for an account.
A NEW PAVER AND rCBLISUINO COM-
l'ANY.
At the register's office yesterday a cerUQcnte
or lncoritorauot! was iuca in tue name ui ine
N'mih American Fszlu I'riiitlnz and l'ubllshln?
('uinpaiiy.whoMOobjFCt Is to publish a new papir
In this thy, w Ith ub heads for oach Coiigresslonal
niainciinine uiiucaeiaieti.
The corporators aro 3. Matlby, of Pas ten, Ohio
I) h. KiHiir 0 M. Randolph, a O. Davuion,!,
Belt, and A. aiion, or this city.
TROl-KCTIVn MARRIAOE3.
Tho fulloninfrmarrlago licenses wero Inued
yei'erda) : James H. f yles and Iruinla P O'-ser
l hapmau Itonnoe and t Annie IUls, bolliof i'r'rce
(f cot go s county, Md Charles till 1 ten, of Lin rcrce.
Mis, aul Ik lie Mann In of Ind'atiapol'i, Il.d.
Isaac rtobertfU) and Ja..e Uet, H. D Nawiai.dai.d
Mary K B irl, Charles Abraiam,of W aih'.iitu
rnd Adce Ur. of UlUtii.i.l.ur. Va ; (.T.ailesZell
and tis!o Tlppeit, ftufis v Brooks, of Irliu
lloorca C'iin),M1. and J I'laeioeti of Wathiii(r
tin. I U, Mjrcut Marshal ai.d Margsrct Jore-,
iiatiou uts u.ia i i'ii jgtcii, uum oi ueirif
torn.
LOCAL MISCELLANY.
Oxf visit to Dr. Hartley tnturei Instant relief for
raiarrn zo cxgronaus ivei in nutnntc. urn
deuce remoted to 934 Now York arenue.
Ota Pot la a Obtain Dr. Hartley's great remedj
f.r Catsrrh. Dr.iegl" hate It.
Lelt off clothing watcrcs, pistols Ac, bought at
Heriog's V15 D strceL Orders attended to.
All kindi of trunks made to order repaired and
corered at Murray s, SO) Faiuuylrania aienus,
Market 3iace.
Tn? finest New York butter In tha cltt: alo.
choice Virginia, I'enniylvanla. and ictternbut
ler at 9p'cers butter store southwest corner of
Ninth and b streets. Flue checae at less than Ba'
timore prices. No Impossibilities advertied, but
prices as low as uie lowest, can and do eon
CITY ITEMS.
QUIRK I IRISH TKA.
This popular remedy for dyiKP!. bnioutneis
tick head iche sour stomach vertigo eonitlpattou,
and all dl earei arUlng from disordered itomarh
vt liver, u sold by all druggt-tt. ;5 tei.u per pack
age tasking s quart of medicine.
TrxTit Ruivid SY Necikct
ran riot te res'oreu ourg people reinemler thlt I
1'ia da.Iy Ihurtton'a Ivory Peail Tooth Powder
Itvill prctene your teeth from decay, aud keep
them sound clean and white thtougn lire, 24 and
60 ttuts per buttle, tv'. J by all drug itu,
Eviar Prnaos i Hair
needs oerailonsllr soma olassenoui application to
rrcreiUi iU l-ecom'n. di ana brh ihcmpions
omadeOitlme U tpeelally tuiiable, Ii keep the
hair toft and glossy, and Imparts lo It itienatn and
vitality. 1W ul efj cents per bottle. Sold by all
druggUU,
JtPtrioisEcoyoiiT.
ts now absolutely neceisry. Throw nel aside your
tolled gloies, but renoi ate them with Jouvtn'i In
odorous Kit j,nc (leaner. It ulll clesrse thtm
thoroughly call ai d quickly. Sold at drug sna
fancy stores. 2 cents por bottle.
Dsitiv'i.
Tbo historical portraits of djit'r.i!.hedrtpr
lantatlve men latelroa nihibllhnll tha rcriun.
Dial UhlbtUu at PiuUdelpbia, are ,pw (sad fox
lhe Inspection of the nubile at "Brady's National
ihdlery;' No tt PeAnajrlTsnla avenue. This ool
teetioit embraces the eminent men of America, In
addition to the medsls received In Mew York tor
many yean, and In tendon In IM7 is awarded Me
ftf htit award mftfa! at the Centeuolat Fiposttinn in
rhltadelDhU ISTfl .
MEDICINAL.
A.
DR. JAHirrOTt,
I1H CHMTNUT VTRKKT, PHILA.
NwTrratmnt reitonnr th Nerve'isanJ yhUl-
iprnn i.i
biidury lrtLm There ii noArrm efHtir caloi
Nprvois I) s"vim. whf'i scmeor Chronic, which
this IrcAlntnl wifl tint nrnnmtlv rsrtlcaiand cira
Icr'iamv. NfrvMi h''ltlT inrlodlri the loss f
rnrmy n Tif or, 01 mini na oojt rurmij-ii rni
l-jr UtUrrh, IioeaiMof lbellvr I uors anS Kid'
nrjrs rH-nvrln th fiaAiiiS orfsnlnis, an em
"IB -un nil mnciTC
(Tonal biaoresra
net iuiii (tie m
Diss mtf bars tzlsieU Is aiiilicabk
md all re, M ifily In lu action a ad
I'tlvctlnaahla And injurious tsadnncy.
to belli ei and
h rrom all ftlilf
Consultation f ltr, i.
TheKOYPTlA.N PILU asubat'tuls for MRP.CURV,
Tbe only Rsttabla atacisTfer J.IVF.K I)IFASI-Jt.
Tha Firptian rilltspurMy Yf 'table andtbebMi
lloadiob Krvi,uiesa, Indiftstlon. lwilen
Tbev correct lhe ainrnMrnnitli ion of (b Lhtr and
ItowHs rnmotp a hcllti? anrfllfin of Hila, cleanse
the rvmimn f Mlf un n
rillt wliliout liirrinvenii
! luliilnu. n.l ftrlnml
Mai ed for 21 and M wn taper ov.
nil JaMUMI.Y, lrCNiyTNUT it.. Phlla.
Snd for Books and Circulars aul FMAWloi
AMFniCNSOT CAP?ULFrO MFTsLI!C
Iioird tioo'ls noiT ready. Address ICTOR K
MAl'uKIt New ork, rnr? '
Ii
APPY RELIEF
To all anflferlns from (broalo dlseuN of all kinds,
Confident 'at consultation united prrtonally or ey
malL New method ef treatment New ao-1 raliable
ren.adla Jlooks and clrrjlars aent frse hi fat ad en-
Ttlopn. Addrssa Howard AiiocUtlon, 4'J N.Ntaio
atreet, rhlladelphla, Ta., an Institution has Inj a blgh
rrra'.atlon for honorable condJd end professional
"kin. "" myisiy
IE RTF. CTION
bokerk nirrrns
m-Ntc j. .Hrii.k auf.vt.
Xo Tl John nitrl, N. V. l'oitomc, Box !,
ItHSCELLANEOUS.
rpitE WORLDS 3TAPAP.D
rAIltllA.K1 SCALES
ItrCF.lVKU HKIHhST MRDALH AT
tt
.... - lt
World i hair, SffW York
world a ratr, rarw . ...
World l rait, Vienna .,.,. ... .-..
W'orlJa talr aiiU,o h1tl . ..
Worltltntr rbllailnlphle .... .
Warld a i air, S1dar AuitratU,...
IHT
..-.-.in
, ..in
also aoLa A4KKTS roa
UILI' ALARM NOXkY CRAWF.I19,
HANCOCK MM-tpinAT0R8,
(The best feeder keown for statleaary, Marias and
Locenceiive Uousn )
OSC1LI.ATINO FUMF COMPANY'S FL1IPS.
17BRY BEST PRICES PID FOR
AT JUST 1 1 S OLD STAND,
SIS D atraat nortoweat.
Orders by mall promptly ailendad lo.
JMXt
BfULaaiu
CHF.UIOALB.
TURK DRUQS,
n(nnirivw
FAXOY ANI1 Tnil.KT AMTILLIj-
8PONQA, BnUsilKS,
ihmii, rr.nw tenuiiiai.
rHYSIOIANS"
ATTORNEYS-
nrto.
fJ ATTORNKT ANDCOfJNHF.Im AT LAW,
ST. ULOUD BUI LDI Nf COK F AND NIN IH 8T
tens i y WAunimn w v.
PIANOS,
TT AtS frf"DAVW i &r.
X-L PI s. NO Afl KNCY,
til Ninin atroet uonhwei
TTprlhl aapfUliy
W
GOVERNlIENTvSALR
QOYIRNMUIf ab,
TaraiinY nrrasruw?,!
Waihito D C,8ep., 117T,
There will be sold al publle auction ttUa hfch
est bidders, on W I DNE5DAY, September U, iJit
at II n clck noon, on lhe w hito Lot. south of lbs
Treasury Department a miscellaneous let of con
demticd public property comprising la pari Desks
Tliln i liJlra Pari all nil Mattln
Terms Cab on delnery. A deposit f ten per
cem Hit Dt rcl'Jirei ai unie m ip.
at J. K. UPTON, Chief Clerk.
tTUK ADOYK 3ALF. !R P0TP0NED ON
accuuntof the weaihfr until FRIDAY, lainohou
ana puce,
seli Ji J K UPTOV.ntef Clerk
FOR TIIELAIHES
CLvTlNGMACHINES
New White
Niw ImnrAm.l HiVla
isw ImprOTed WUkera,
Bsaietiic,
Wed
Altai Sbattls
A lieeter Wt'.ioo,
Reaaiarsat
LEGAL.
THE UNDFIUICNFI) IKVK THIS DY
firmed a II mil Hi ixrtiifrsli'p pjrsjant Ut the
Irleil-'atuttibr llie tliit'ml itates itlatlnc to Ihj
PtlrUtof e'c'iunttUcoucernliig limit 1 piMieiftti
lull esald Dittrict.t nder ilitnaoie b( fi KNVt II A
8TAi l N of Vlilnloii. D el, tor l'io v irru'e,
n'ain.l r,nl'nf a( 1'lim-i flrn rtn.l cthtr f tl r!
Initriinifnin at HIS Pei.nsthaii'navf in corner of
iweiun airaci ii(,nnwM, iruni ire isi oavqi o-n
len.)er iiiMant. lotht SUI day of Vaj ner, I. II iHR
PANDI.IlSnii I J At Oil SI'aYM N areintceueral
i.rtnar And pill.KItUH (I rtM! Tit. as a limital
par'.ner bat com t lb ittd rtre itiouian I doUrs as liU
iilKPe.
JACOB A -1 VYMAN,
Ir, 11 nIl I II.
Washivotov D C Si S. IITT sef ThSTiw
OF 81'PERIOR NtlL.ir MM.r.CTl'dK
andjuiCv celebrated lor Llaitlcliy, Dirsoiliy
EimiAscil I'e'nts.
IN FirTfcKNNL'MBk.PA
TIIE J-PENCBntAN
57AAL VSbS.
by tht Iradt aeueral r A Sample Card rtntilh
nloileMOl of lhe tirtian NuutDtrl, by u all, on rt-
IVUON, BLAKR"aN, TAYLOR A CO,
wyH Uland llSOrawd rel New York
-jsi-iaatL,
mHE LADDPATKNT
arirraxia
OOLD tYATCU CAtEa
Xo Lalt, Otatlimtaa aal
HajTTliss.
rR10H RCDUCBD.
WanrnfaetiirtS solely by J A.
RUW.N A CO . Ne. It Maldto
t.n V.. S?nrVi
H-nd for llluilratin olrou'ar.
Foraa!
titbyrntwainaadjtw
. l-.'.'.tj :rrs. ..-!'.'
waui Biaieaana arii
, tab Provlaoef
riirfa.-dv tni
tet'JSSJW " "4AMJK7XY'
EXCURSIONS.
"X
JJOTICE TO MOUNT VKRXOK rAS8E0E
Th. DHnrr ARnOV, Okptllrt rrftnk lfolll
Ui
ft Kith ik riii' Uaiink
arnon Asnorlailnn) nrmld nJlnt la ambulaaoS
thret tiita. as by rthrr lliiM.
a llo'tnd irtp, l. Including admtaalon to Maailoa a4
0 rounds.
bfraiiiflrlMrfaftnvenlli-atrftrt wharf DAILY, fSnsv
day ttcr'ed)at 9a ra. amd return about p m.
rtMNK nrui.lMlisiirAO.air Arrow.
:latlno.
N
tV ROb'TK TO MOUNT VFRNON.
T)infw. asi and eommodlnus Mtamsr MART
tw rnirrntf iiniwiiier io
t rarrlatM In transport lh
Vernon and liiml'hin
In Ih Mknimi. ltr I
tramport then
nn nVold n hal
ltr ilili rout persons at old a hoi
walk up a Itma bill. Tha rti-t
is on and a kail
miles, not ilife. leases Hesmh itreet wharf everr
Oar (Sunday etrri.teill al ao a. in . and raiurna about
Wciock. f ate l. IncluilliiKMdmUalon aad earrings
ride lo and from ih Mnnlon ) P-t.r .
- my tii iwiiMliS
AIUSEMENTS.
JTATIONAI. THEATRK.
HriTMBKni-OSIt WKKKOflJ'
Th, Art'atk Dl.tn-t Comrdt.n
. . t . OKO- " KMUHT,
Anitth,T.'nl.tl
. . . .. WOBHFl.t. BISTKIW,
tn lrl. MiraJ.n'a N,w I'Uy of
OTTO,
imo,
orro,
ono,
OTTO,
OTTO,
OTTO,
on o,
ono,
orro,
OTTO,
OTTO,
OTTO,
orro,
OTTO,
FRIDAY MOIIT. nKSkMT OF KN10ni
OTTO, and it ,i tr,vtrtlnnry fp.nir,, "R K, R
MATIM K.HATURrAT,ATr
MOKDA Y f XT-MAUn CinANOF.n.
t.pio-l
iM.rmmCtiHC 1
MISCELLANEOUS.
AN ERA OF O00D TIMES.
MONEY ronl'RItYnODY.
OVFJl 1W.0O0 IN CURRKNCY DISTRIDUTED
GRAND CAPITAL FRIStES OF
f.6 DM, ,(o7Tl t.000, i OOX
fct-CONDORAND DRIWIKO
KENTUCKY CASH DISTRIBUTION COMPANY,
IN THR CITY UfToUISVILLK.
THUIWDAY, AA'dUST JO, HH,
OR MONKYRKFUN'DED IN FUU.
AUTHORIZED BY T1iFlKOI9LATUII2
SUITa7n"kD BY TIIK COTRTSl
FAP.MEP.H AND DROvTKh' BANK,
LOUISMlXT. KY DEF08IT0RY.
LIATOF PRI7FJI
1 Piltt or ... . f" ' X PrltM of II 000 aa f M W
I rrKa of .. H. Hon.-W l'rliaofiea... AM
tlia or .... rnwuw rrixa 01 pit) t)vm
ilia el . . M lew WO PilieatillhWen , BIX
rlieofSV)00fn . WJ Prlaeaof itoe . It Oct
S prltMofflOJO . lOOwStufl PrlaeiorilOeaH, 9 0u
S lJ aah Prtow, amounting to no oxc
WUOLK TICK Mts (IS, IUI.VM.P. qirART&n&
ftW, 11 11CKMM ijj n'TItKLTb,
ii s t I e k irr,
Remtttarcas rati be inada bv Mall Itspreaa, Draft,
1', O. siontv Urtlerar Heslsieiad letter, mads paya
blew a W. Bnrigw 4 to,
Relmblt Af-ftis anted eterywliere. Bend rttsr
ouoes lih awnlli-ailoN u present delay.
O. W HARROW A CO . Oan I Mnisni,
ttaiirir Jnurnnl Riilldla. LbnliTUl. 1
ur iiu-T. ii ha ia(tn'.,nf
..A . re .'. . . - i..r; "! . ji::.. ...:..
tLNDrpH A Cl.RCUI.AR.
B A A FEKRIN6"
CKLKRRATED
Frtaouacad bj connolaseurt te be te
-ONLY OOOD SAUUK-
AadanpIloabU lo erery variety of Slaa.
Extract of s lattar frcia a niedlcsd gsaUamaa al
Mamas in nn nroinrr u woriwninr, Jny, i
TallLKK
LKK A PEItRlnthat their siuoa Is atchty
te ia India, aad b, tn mr opiates, the rasdj
It a well as tha most wheltaens mum that
ai'nras
paiaiaait
rrsralum award at Centen win! fan .
Flrtl. -KXGELLhXT TAflTK"
tcsid. "YfcJtY CAREtULLY FRHFARKa"
LEA A PKRni.sy HIHNATUPa
LKA8 PKItRINS SI0MA1VU
IS en ertry bottle.
Is ei every botUe,
IKA A PERR1NR
LUA 4 PERKINS.
J1IIN HUMAN S POMI,
JOHN DUNCAN S SONH,
Ntw York.
jmr
PKOPOSALS
nRorb'VA ia Tor tinEek. "
v Ar-KXinait CaxAt,1tAii.aoAol
a d Dridux CouraMV,
WASHivaTOx D .,ptembsr 1J, i7L j.
Propolis art InrCed tor rbrntshltit the Alexan
dria Canal, Railroad and BrldffQ Company tWPlO
rectot torgia pine and lo.O'xt feet of oak timber.
ofaerraliisand lengths, to be delivered at thu
Ao -edJct britao, (icorsstown, I). C, December 1,
is.:.
tfehet ileef thiriiuired sties will le fu rubbed
o.l applicst.on. II, II. WKLIJ9,
PrealdenL
OrncK! CPyHalt. Wuhtngton, P O scHlw
pROPOSAU FOR CORX BROOM3.
Navy Tav OrricR.1
WAlBlfOTOf, P. C,Peilombcrlt,ls:7.
Stated prcpruls In duplicate, to t-e Indorsed
Propwalsfcr Corn Brooma." will bo received at
this offce until 12 ra. the 2h day ef September.
U77, fjr Iho lelow doctiitf-d Com Brooms,lob
cWl.ere I at tP i ay yard. Washington, D.C., fa
from any eanen t j lhe Ooierument. vis t
Bl'REAl'OKrQt'lPMENTANDIlECRUITINO.
4,0fUirihoiuand)Coru Iirooins.
Subject n ihe uuil In-peitton.
t-ftmp'e tn be ce i at the Commandant's office, at
the -aul i ay jnrd.
To be dd.ieri d as soon as practicable.
Tl rl.hilsrcaened to nject any or alt of lbs
orVrsIf tut deened ad ant dtrcHiiis to tlio (iorern,
mo nt. KenHiiiatbloiecuiliy ntpilrcd on the bldt
fr the rroi.it end taiihful ih llsery of ihe brcoms.
B'.tnk l irws lr bids lo be had at Ibis oRU e IfetJ
W.W.W11 HAMJ.i
fi'J M lw ray Iii'tNAtur C. tf. Na).S)
pRGFOtAM roll BOILPR UIVLlri.
NeV DEHtnTWKNT,")
llVKFVOr.iT'tM KVOlShKRIVJ,
llAtlllMHuY, IllglUt 17. 1M7. I
Hesltdyrcpisiai", Inditrnvlou eiiwlope "Propo
sa's forlidUrl'ltats" ul'tbo recolicdat this bu
reau ui't 1 1 J o el iuk m. M()N IH Y, the 17th day of
Per leinber, 1 siT, for about 37,AOu pounds of boiler
rleu,sar'"g ftonilh.ta nuartersof an Inch to
oielrch lu d'arietcr.aticf rrora tw.i tnchea m
sevt'i and oi ehtlf luthos ljiijr.of n tilth about
.i.TOipciindsare tote deUietcdlit United btates
nasy yar I a: Hathimtcn, an 1 the balanco tn Nor
Ldk naty yard, on or befjrollio 1Mb day of Octo
ber :;.
lhyaretot.e made of the very best quality o(
fit eting Iron, ant sjtject to lnpectlou and test
when deluerel.
No bids vtill be recehed excert direct front
known reliablo tiianufacii rersof this anhle, and
only upon blank forma, which may bo obtained
.pon sppUcatlintothUlureaj.tojsiher with tht
schedule and sliei of rivet.
rht rltflit ii referred ts re'ect any bid not
deemel tdTsetaieoutio lhe Oo et nine M.
Rssronsible .fiiurlty ulll be teouhed for tbe
falihml delire y ef tha rhetiln conformity to tha
re auiremenss si tht schedu's. Yf, II. rJlKiCK,
)alS gtw Chief ft Bureau.
pONDKMNaD-
B1HM COPAPIA IS
VJ den.ue,! mJ ,1 tttrrtifJ as bolnc nnt anlir
UtabJtn-tqUPiitly Itijui loun. It U dl-ifU'lluK In lale
aiidimt l.and wl'l d srdtf lie aauntlent atoniAjb,
and still lhe luaoksuietliflariir Hainarltau a rtlrt It
partly ve-tabte. pl'aatit lo lake an1 will sUaye
V II FKTW HI V
COLLFNDkR . BILLIAIlDTAULFji.
Beit In nae. lulls, Cl ilh.CXiftt,
and ererythliif apferlalutiu ii
HT AN D A It D iill rd ut IoNe.iWs nav
mi inn irfii airrii ani nnu
fnciUiles for maiiu'sluitaf, or
dtrs can be uroniutly Ailed. Dend
BILLIARD
jecendhAiiI tablet ilirau TkS
r Billiard Cue' an 11 usttalil
Ip.o.p.j
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