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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. THUftBPAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 27. 1877.
LIFE IN WASHINGTON. INDICATIONS. VortoWe trM, aafJisj? f coWrr nnlherfy, yrtig tlomtg veatktr and rin treat, and ttatm mrjf or higher oarmrlfr, Til WHOM ETHIC XKADIKOS TOR YKflTKRDAY. 7 a. m-,. .-. .... m i ihmwH.... - as t it, m H .Uln.ni -. I Kaxlmunu. p. r 4U( cm NOTES, ThP night lodging limiw will probably open about the middle of October. "Old rroiMibUltlM tins been prophwy- .In a cyclone for the past few days. Our '"devil' says bethinks It struck the Olympic mu grounds yeeteiciay. A rniinll colored lr with the Mull. eoumlloK name of Ilobert FMiitHn Johnson, 'wMyoMordiy scut to the Kuorin ciiool tor lateness una incorrigibility. A little colored I my named John Kufiln, who had stolen ten cents worth of rout from '(lurk & (liven coal anl, was lined $1 or ten aaya in jau ny juiua Mills yesterday. The Introdiu-tnrv lecture of the Na tional ColIe.ro of Pharmacy for the course of ltf77-7ii will be delivered In the college hall, (Colonisation Imildlng next Monday eveing Cliirles liiieach nlh. Johnson, who was arrested hr Officer Iumilgan, admitted to Judge Miller yesterdav that he stole a pair of ?ants mrni a oca leuow named v. naries jhc luen. He was fined $10 or thirty days A mime nf lue hall will 1m nlived nt 3 o'clock this afternoon on (he National ground between the ear drivers of the Metropolitan railroad and the drivers and conductors of the Washington and (leorgetown railroad. The seventeenth annual exhibition of the Frederick county Agricultural Society will tgtn on the lth of October and continue fonr davs. The soclotr exDect that the BDnroach- tins filr will excel any that the society has .ever nem. David Smith, a burglar, well known to the police, who has committed several rob beries in this city lately, luis been arrested by Detectives ( larvoe and Von, nod I held for a lieirlng The officers also recovered a largo quantity of goods, The lire nt 3 o'clock yesterdi j morning, on account of which an alarm was struck from bnx"12, was In a hnck building of a house In I.lbbey's row, corner of Frederick end Second streets, Ucorgetovvn. It wna extinguished be fore much damage was done, Mnuriie Itothe, convicted lit the Crimi nal Court In last July, and smtrnccd to pav $ 100 flne, or, In default, six months imprison xuent imprisonment In Jail, Ins been nleascd under the poor convicts' act by United States Commissioner John A. Clarke, Roche having nerved more thirty days of the sentence. Mnggle ltusscll, colored, was fined si by Judgo Milter Tistirdtv for Wing proftnf to Mary .Tone, also colored Attorney Smith also colored, attempted to prove from the evi dence that the flno vva eiccmlve, but hi ar gnmcotcomtneed the Court that he had been too lenient, i ho Increased the penalty to $10 Kobcrt Thompson, n member of ltntTalo nil's tmupe, was taken homo to ILiltlmore by his fatlifr jiftttnlay morning Robert Has only thirteen j ears of age, and when Iluuali Bill left Biltlmoro he ran away. Tuesday night Officer Shea took him to the Fifth pre flnct station house, and left him them until Ms father camo for him yesterday morning The "lion VivanfcT of this, city nre In clover, owing to the announcement made in our columns that Welcker, the world -renowned gaatrouomto artist. Is to rcopm his famous restaurant at No. 7117 Fifteenth street north west, on Monday, October 1, Long starving denisens can now be filled up according to Uiair tastes ana appetite, f In tho Police Court yesterday Annie Watt plead not guilty to an assault on i Amanda Brent, who testified "Sho has rov vtonnrt and overdress, and wouldn't glvo It to jno when I went fur It. 1 waited by the door, -and she canio out and knocked me down, 'kicked rao In the stomach and beat me un tmerHfully on the head The Judgment was tlO and costs or thirty days Doth parties aro colored. Caroline Johnson, colored, hid .Toneph Hauler arrested for an assault, and she told Judge Mills ywttenlsv that he had struck her I back of the nerk while she had n lwibv In her arms and raised a big lamp For defense It was shown that Caroline was eating Joe's dinner whon he came In H said hevsiw JUred of feeding her and orderrd her out of his house bhe abused him four fully In return jsml ref'isM to go, whereupon he sIiomxI her tout of the door. Ami that Mat all "You cau 'go," nodded the (jurt to the primmer. V.KVh AND V.NTO.VIO jiif inoi m, iinwu-v as intrtnMAN J mu m iimax Paul IJear. an trLthtiiin and nlnnlo Pi to. .tier, a rrenthnieu, tritnl to do bunt new to-l ftlliorfn the simo oltlf (. but soon found thnt i hev routdtut t,et along amicably togi ther, uud unon sn.inithiJthelrciMMl4lKC.vmemlxfl MttUrlnd I,rar) arrotett for tho grand hr- tiling thlr opponents for a "dough bn by," v? etiy ofnrtlLloMtolhu value of alwut $I(W, and and during the succeeding InuliigH "thev lilso enterM suit against him to mover th ' found what the Irlhmsn shot at," and retired value of a note, Loar 1ms ulso InMltuUd from thf field the most dlsrtccfullv huiteu proceedings against Fcldhr, for anean of.dub that tver fwed n pitiher. The onlv Jwit Tho lancnytasr was trhd In the l'ullco1 wiv In whiih the 'Cninhts" tan hop to hold 'Court vtltrdav,md a iiiimbtr of witnesses' tlieir own with tho National U bvilillirtnt wireexamlned Owing to tho coufim-d htate j rm tit p In the bitting deptrtnunt, as tluir utauatrs livtwciu them and their itvil toutro- Lversy, tho court dlmiiswd the cuma, whhh at tion evoked the rrmark iroiu tim touni "Much ado about nothing." Tiinvo t RRinnTwoon. Mnt l vtriti r j lv'h l tin nt fj .... ..i,'...irni.'. . (-K,.i. K ttmrusmmit was laid at Ilrlghtwood park yesterday. The riding was excellent. Tim' following were tho nltfhts who participated, uu mo iiMiiiuvr ujiukuo inrir nuuirs miow how many rings tudi captured. Thomia Thompson, Knight or Milton Valley, fi, Ieliar l.tlcar, Magnolia, J S Magruder, lUehelor'n TIctlre,7, N I) Itrooks Fornst Glen, 7. J T Lushr.SprliufteM, 3, W V Migruder, Millie vjrontl, 1 I S Kllzar. Will I Iv. (1, lid Ma - gruder Maryland, fl, W IX Wlle, Coalsvllle, fi, Vlnknej Scaggs, No One to-Ixive, fi. C. V Illand, Highland, 4, F V Hark. Kxcelslor, tl, hdw Hlder, Ih (Vire Ijist, 0; OHvo Wall, No Chame, OH Duk Sandy hpriiigs 7, Tho Kulghls of (sprlngfield, Coalsv Itlo and No- One to Idvi, having mado each Hiieqinl num- let of rings, tinIo off Springfield won and nwo on rpnngnciu won ana ( Wtutrii the Kejstono and Utile tlulw at tho IJ rtio CrtmUU niieen, (Wis- nM,ite It which resulttd In lctorv for tht Miss Xettle Hurdle iw first maid' former by a more of 11 t 3. Ihe Kcitoun No One toTove aeletled Mlsa I j,av ti, Hav makers to-day at the grouuds uniniicii ii i) ma .i tnuAii ijii V4iie seietteu n of honor, nnd No i I'luk Fawcett as wtond maid aud showed mat ne nwi "imb unr w ioot una rtanur Springs Belecteil MUs M A ( hurth as third inuld of honor. Hou Montgotmrv Illulr tmulo the toiimatlou addreis at night t night a graud ball was given at the hotel at I! right wood. THRomnoirrow.v post officf The KuhJedof the (letireetow n pMtof1Ie wasaicsiu touxldered at the MerchanU' I'x- ?ange In (borgitown A few weeks ago the eunlug a public inciting, ot whhh adlreses jstmastrr (leuerul was jketltlontd to make no, were made b Utv Mr (i miner, of Ihwtou, rhango In tho present pmtal urriingemcnts at'rttv. Mr llovd of 1'ittsbiirg, Fa; H v Ir (leorgetown. A resolution was offercl yejiter-, ( luinindl, of Wsilngton, Hev Mr Philll, day that tlur "aro In favur of the free de.'f plilUddphiu, and Utv Mr Wuvnc, of JUl Jivcry ofnll malt mattirbv tarrlers In said timbre Rev Hr I'loxl presided. The society )ivrn, provided the utrotluitlun of this ser- will lis hi hie tod iv to tnn.ut luisiniHs This cod ops not Involve the loss at ourpotonho oveutng the mum d strmou will bo preuthtd any ftcilttlesur convenlimts which our hv the Itlght Utv Hinrv II Whtppli, 1 1, Itlsetis now have for the purdiase of stsmiH Hlliojint MlniUKota t the met ting to mor in I money ordtrs and for the nulling and de- row Mining Hi Uexander Crumnidl I I, Jlvery of letters and other mall nutter In- 0f this t Itv, and I!ev W 11 Morris, of Savan tludlug ,h use of private boxtw as now nub, (!a , will retd owaj famished and enjoveil In said ofllte" i After considerable dim usslon the resolution Ova ore Ibou-und f.t)tes r c mmIi are now Le Was laid oil the table, aud a motion munt InzUiotrn In our Iiilloruu Department. Hulls lo tuously pksscl ndhcrlng to the original pn-po urdir Unto '"V'iv -Vili'ma bcvcntli strttt aillon'aud Indorsing tho poet ofllto aiul the JL8? Hcvcntii street proseut minagfuicut ,,, L ping wit. dd air dealenlng sound muth iMTVtlitr ttV l4Tlirit ItnniTr proof eai to lm l lit down and luakttesriKti wesr 1U.NM(L Oh lAnil.K IOUCU P r f tlllnk 't,rw (, notl,lt.g r(uul tu II.eM The funeral (cremonles of lather I harhs mtr tnrW Im i iiilvtrtlsrd luanoilitr toluinu Ttogue, tholato vtme ruble aaslstaut pttos nf by r. MorrUuii hsWi street St JoHtph's chimb, Capitol Hill, wen held, - ,,,,, vHr.llv tix.rtitnv at MiAchurch and wf ro atvoi ik ii tm storage aud attended to at yesevrdav morning at in cnureo, aim wer ei linllia iw utu at Graham MM tlthtii fctreet wllntastd bv a largo congregttiou, There- norti,Wifct aialns were removed to tho churih from - Vrovldeneo hospital last Monday evening, A Haks A to a Pall Oven oats, nherothey were plaiod lu a haudsoma rose- A.hJiXto sraUOioaoaU wood coffin, with silver ornaments, and laid before the altar. The body was attired In fneawy vestments, jiiny yeatcraay raorn ng two Masses were recited by Ilev. Father Hrady, the pmlucla1, ahslsted by Fathers Jenkins and Lancanter. At 0 otlotk the funeral service proper legan, and Tier. Father Hojle, of St IMer'a prcAchcd a short and Im pressive sermon. Over twenty clergymen were present, amoug them being lie . Fathers Itndy, of naltlmore ; Ifciyle, Fortune, Jenkins, Haley, (larkson, Clampi, Iflncaster, Iille, All. Schhlter. Water, Mctirthr. (Iifrcy, 1U Tottl and Mcllugh. The pall bearers were Caspar OfTenteln, O. Jiienneman, H. lllerfles, R Neff, F. W, Itest and A. Kirtholomae. The remains, full owed by a long cortege, wcro taken to the cemetery In the (leorgetown Col lego grounds, where they wcro Interred. AMUSKMEVTS THKDVatHMFa AT THKNTtOVAI Tliat beautiful drama of Kuwlin society In the days of serfdom, 'The Iinlchcfl," was again presented to a large and appreciative andicneo at the National theatre last evening "The IanlchefV which Is undoubtedly one of the s, err best ptavscver prcsenteil on any stage, could at no time fill to attract and re tain the attention of the educated public, and, at the presint time, when the whole world is Interested in Russia and all things Russian, it Is sure to obtain that heartr approval and pa tronago of tho public which, on Its merits as a pliT atone. It so richly deserves. We aro glad to notice a marked Improve ment In the acting of Miss Annie Stnry. She Is fast acquiring that delicate flu tab which onlv comes with time and studr. Tho ' IMnlchenV' will be presented on at unlay for the last time, matinee and evening, and not to have seen It lsthao mlwed one of the most intcrcstl-.g and Instructive enter tainments e er gh en in our city. "I1HT AND V ON" AT Till-' OP n V HOUmE "May Cody" still continue to attract Urge crowds at Ford s opera hou e. The play Is de cidedly modern, having been recently written bv an irmr officer, although its scenes arc llld back in the time or the Mountain jticauow massacre John D Lee is Introduced as one of tho leading characters, as Is also the late and b nolwdv lamented nrigham Young The plot cannot le said to bo a deep one, nor Is the phy perfect. It seems crude and lacking In nflnrinetit. nhlch facts, however, do not dc- trat from tho genuineness of tho scenes of life on tho frontier. Th.ectr.tral figure, of course. In the play Is the renowned Buffalo Hill, (Hon. W. II Cody,) who, despllo a bad cold, nets his pait ad mirably. Ho Is a InncNimo fellow, with a dashing, military apiwaranre, and soems to li-weatrue conception or tno part no piavs Tho stoik eomninv cannot be slid to be the best. Indeed, fow changes coul I lw mado with eonsl'IeraMe propriety. TaKcuan in an. however, "MavCVidv" Is Intcrtsting, nnd will repay aur one for seeing It Mormon Hfo Ii shown up in all nt its repulsive ueiaus, irom tho interior of tho temple to tho dlibollcal nlots In the wilderness (lenulne live Indians arc introduced, and the Western charatter Is delineate 1 In nil phase Tltl-ATnrCrtMIUUIl There appears to be little decrease In tho attend mce at this report, anl Mile Ihiclo's blondes hold their own as the nngnet of it- trtctlon. new bill entire Is ofurfd as nn Indiuement for thoso persom who dtslrc to witness the wrfonnanee l llf Iielt Is ton- splcuous In tho pirt assigned her, and ton tributes her share to the entertilnmi nt with a zest and earnestness that manifests her den ire to please hho lias arc ptetl the suggestions offered, an 1 wnuits M1m lleo Kidgway. the ftlr songstress, to apjtar In long drcsnes while singing The nd antaaje of this change to tlio lady Is npiMirtnt, Hnd shows that Injustice, un intentional!, had been done In compiling her to present hcrwlf In attutume so at variance with tho roto sho aniij. jvum icuigwar a yotee, white not powerful, pnasessea much sweetnnu and melody, and strikes upon the ear with pleasing eflVet Her iuunIc Is well- selet ted. The remaining ocallsts of the com- Ianr. Mlnes Kata Thorpe, Inona Bridges and Ida Durt, In the parlor entertainment dis plav judgment In the selctlon of 1allads,and their singing meets with a flittering reception. The "Sultan's Serali " Is a ridiculous bur lesque, to which there U little point or mean ing, hut serves to ihtroJuu the La Minuet, for which the audience anxiously awaits through out the entire tvening nti: hu. TOENATIOVAT U N I H Kt FN HhAUTI LI. ntf ItlUTlIK tllH(IIITtV. The uncertainty attcullug our national game was never iHtter cxtmpliflcil than In themntcfd yt-stenbiv afternoon ltetween the Crt Ixhtou and Nation d, win u the "rod" sent tho 'gret u legs' to ( hkagu In seven Innings, nitiilt thunders of applause from their shoutcrs, aud Huueeded In Kttling the third lmtil for one game, the si ore standing 11 to 0 The prlntll fatun of the tramp on the Cnlghtou side was the cant with which the majority oi inur nitietinika aua iiirew me ball abv thfircostU nnd gl irlng errors tin v drllU ratelv pnHpnttd the atioml with the flrnt uitm n tlie wrh's i nc "tsiKinui vlrtuillv won the hittle in the fint limine bv miking six tuns on twobtt hiu nnd re- wrakumtt in this rfspfi i iHuepioraiue. Dt'lm nt tlrst and Liihk on third 1ml the lions Mi hiv of tho work to do on the National side, und their positions were never phvttl finer Hurley, the new in in of t'ie nine, ear ripdoifthi honors In the hat I Ins: line, and limn V null wirriil dlfllt nil Ktntwt Iliuiinn's 1... ... .. . ir rbv ilell ct Kim IM0 Ii nt ii re or I !n trains , houcver, m one brant the tint st batters of tho Crelghtnn slrnd Iwck trom the home plato, either having K'd or bei u thrown out at a hnp The progrrss of the game was Interrupt In tlm fifth Inning by a loaft r in the trowd on the sldo nearest third Imki applying an oppro i hHous epithot to Wltherow, the pltelur of the Crelghtnn and tho police men lj nmmisi rated . with him Instead of carting him oil hi the ta tton house. In ordr tlut ht might be tuuicht I0W to behave hlmsilf In the present enMidh 4 I mu jfmllftueu Ifthnpolltd were iHnerliss, , ti,eu (ne dlOirent tlnb had brttt r tht ill im n to pnv nt a repetition of sudi n disgraceful . ,, -tl0 one that oeturrtd veHtenl iy n Interesting game was plavetl vcterdav betwteii the Kejstono aud Utile dubs at tho corner Ninth and T street XIMtllh.RK. At Boston Ilostous, 11, Hurtfords, 4. C0I.0ltFI F.riSCOFAUANS Thaannuil meeting nf the nlcty for tho Promotion of Church Work Among the Col ored I'cople begun yet inlay at St John's d-i.Umuili.linrili ijiuiiuss mtitiiig was ld In tlm mornlnir. and at H o'clock In the SAM PATCH'S COURT. ITAma FRF.81WEN AT THE DIS TRICT M'ORK-nOUSE. TIIF RULB9 OP THfc COURT "COBDIVO " NfUtUMKHS VNABLK TO PAY THKin iiNi-jiiKir patch MDRovutrrnEronE AlllLCOlHT-TIIKBIAMIETWlNl. There Is awell oreanlredsjiitcm of "Inxlng" In voguo at tho Washington Asvlum that shows that the striped backed Inmates of that institution nave a better anu more remunera tive way of dealing with new arrivals than tho Government "hnrers" at West Point and Annapolis. All tho old regulars and chronic bums who spend most of their ltv cs there were not long In Instituting a plan for their mutual benefit and amusement at the expense of the new and raw rccruita added to their ranks through the channel of tho Follco Court. To this end they organized a mock court, and the follow Ins rules and regulations were approved and adopted by the court i Any man or boy entering the worlhoue shall pay a Una of twenty five cent In aa of Ihe pay ment nf sktil flno thn tirlnncp nr nrlfnnen ihall be entitled to all the immunities and privilege of the court aud shall lw furnished wtiti a pro rata share of tottacco, writing paper, stamps Ac, whenever uiccinin inauie aim rva j w arciartr uitiucmu. 1 Bpittlug on the floor, iKnalty U tents. 2. Making a nutsnnce 2 cents 3. t'ontemptof court LJ cents. 4 fpllllng water on the floor or leaving vrater In the cup at the gate neanu ft. NutMneo on the seats or the floor of the water- cloett 10 cents. e tsKingpawestion or any article nejonging io anotlitr perMiii without his consent, 10 cents. 7 Kteailiut JU cents " Ixu 1 talking after hours, f mr pieces of to bacco sutjecttoihedlseretlonof the tourL V doing Into thejudgus headquarters vrlthcut permlion 10 cents ID Itcststliif auortlcer 15 cents II llittlnit rubbish t r feet old shoes or clothes on the dlntng table, 10 cents. 11 Fighting, ruffianism and depending, 20 cents. IX Indecent exposure 2) cent II Itlockadlng the doorway i cents IV Htatidtng on the water closet ieat, 10 rnts. I a. Am njritig sn t dUturhlnic old men, 20 cents. 17 Tsreicrlng with boys, J5cent is, lorsons vUltltig tho ecvirnl roomsof their ft How jrloiierwlll do towlih decorum and de cency They shall not be noly.boMtrouior In rultlng and thev shall ntlre from slid room or roouu w henev cr an occupant thereof shall so re quent and unon falling to obxerve this rule the pctmltr shall be O cents. As might be supposed, these rulos were a "guy," and their rnfnrcement only exacted from tho weak and uninitiated. The largest aud strongest man In tho gang was chosen as the judge, and all his sentences were vigor ously executed by a chosen fiw of his most desperate subalterns hen a prisoner eon vie ted by the court was iinible topsy his fine, which wis almost Invarlihly the cae, he was sent em eil by the court to tiudcrgo tho basti nado This Is a very severe punishment, and Is will known to uiunt bojs under tho name of 'cobbing" It ronftNts of doubling up a person and beat ing him with a stick on the part then most promincutl) exposed Among the chain gang the treat mt nt is Iwtter svstcmatlzcd nnd mmh more pilnful The victim U eicd by tlio txetutloncr and his a-sslstants, who over power him and li) him over tho hide of one of their number, who lays on his hands and knee Tho executioner then uses his instru ment of torture a rough pine bmrd with telling cflti t The austere Judge stands hj In awful, gloomy silence, an 1 rcgul tea the pun Ifhmt nt bv a majestic wave of the h-vnd when lie considers the number of blows has expiated the sentence. The blows are generally governed by tho amount of the fine, that Is, If the ofli use lulled for a fine of twentv-uve cents tho ru mm would recelv e that many blows. Very few of (levazrantt have been succcsstuiiy nun simi bv tho court Thev generally beg off, run off orarenweued by the keepers Tho court has always been considered a good Joke, and Its sittings character! zeil bv a laughable mock gravity and dignity of benrlng, especially on tho put of tho judge. Sometimes, howevrr, a convicted prisoner unable to pay his fine has been subjected to sucn rougn treatment mat It comes to me knowledge nt tuo omcers ot tno asvlum, and the mock Judge and his officers are also punished, but with ball and chain and not by "cobbing," A case of this kind, where the victim wis not satisfied with the punishment of his assailants, was mtOlOllT Bl-rOBKTHB IMLICfc OOfBT yestcnlay. The dcfindanb were tam Patch, tho present judge nf the work-house tourt; Samuel Matthews, chief executioner, and Thos Rowle, his right bower. They are nil very btatk and err tall men of powerful build They wore the regulation tin! form of pic turesque pattern oiue cnet kci siuris, rtura luintsand hloudi hat. When their names were called thev nil stepHtl forward to the g-ite, pleaded not guiltv In chorus, nnd setmed to enjoy tin Ir situation wrv much There were two compliinints agilnst thuu One wis n lary,shifli as looking fdloww It hshazgy be tnl, unkempt hair and mud olorcd loinplcxlon Ills uimoh Onrlwt htillfind He was sent out to the norkhoutc on Mondiv.aud it seems from his testimouy was unable to pry tho InltUtloiftO He was a vcrv bid wllue, and gavohis evidence in a mumbling, disconnected stjle, diflldilt to undent md Fiiouzh vins heanl, however, to show thatwhtu ho wis turned lo.we among his fil ow prisoners at tho work house the tmuiediatdr went through hit piKkcts, and, not fin Hug the objtct of their seirth, thev doubled htm over tin jtlier man nnd gave hiin fifteen tolej with a hoard He olUrrd to show the i urt the brtilsts un his but k, but the otlir was dct lined He was so bjdtv hurt by tho hutting that he could not tell who strut k, but thought ho Identified tho three prisoners The other complainant was a tall, slim dirUcj naniM JohiiHoii, whose unusually dirty uniform ludic-ited thnt he had been enlisted lu the th ilit gang for sometime He told a bitter and msdou much tlearer tase against the prls iners He test lfl d how they rcrclvcd htillmid una aemiuaeti twenty live tents from him 'Five cents was to eo to the Judge." ex plained tlio witness, wno hau uppirriitM been there 1m fore 'He didn't have tho monev, so thev ikikctl him 'whit (iu 5 on do 'Nothfuff. he s.ild and he was Kintmied" I was also fount eutltv of ona of tho rule " cou tinned the wltm-, "and because 1 could not give twentv-fivo tents wturity they stood mn up side of the wall and put fifteen tolw on me, and tltt n put fifteen on Htillfind. ")o J on ret onlrn the prisoner as the man whohtrutk ou' luqulnd Mr Mtlkr " cs sir, Sam Patch passed aeuteticc, Mat thews st rut k me with the bounl.audllowiegot under Stillfiud" "Thoo two men were tampering with the boy when tlu v were asleep, (rule 17,) that's wiut wo ixat tiiciu lor, arguea juagc raicu in defiiise. vvevo been punished 'nuff a read v." poittdKam Matthews An oiucer oi mo worKiiouse was men csiku to the stand, aud adinltteil that the three prisoners h id already been punished He ex plained that they wire all put In Irons aud chained to separate posts from 7pm till (I a in. The Court said he had heard of these cases Rt tin a)tutn and had determined to mike on example of tho find one brought 1 tfore htm, but tlitito men seem to have been puuishtd t uough atriudv; so thev may be dischargtd lie cxn a liu.l that smctimei iniuaent persons are sent to the workhouse, and even if they were t riiutnais, un v were ciiuticu to tno pro tettiou of the law, and nuiht not bo abused by their filluw-tilmtualii. imiPN'T PARTTHJM Another rase, tesitltlng from this same prac tice of "robbing," was tried In the Pol he Con it short Iv aft i r m Campbdl, a tolorcd inembi r of the thaln gaug, was charged with anassault nn JolmW. Wentplul, one of the guard When Cumpbell vvim tailed to the dock he lugged another mm with him, who r1io wore tho vvorkhouxo stripes bo Is that mun 1 ' Hskcd the Court, point ing to (.umpliUl siomrnde No one w as uble to unsw er t lie question "Jxt him stand buck out of the wav, then " Tho ofilter at tho dodt lu attempting to push hiin bade saw that he was handtuffed toCsoip bill, and so exntaluod to tho Court "Is there any charge against htm?" asked the lourt, "No vour honor." "Well, then, lei the handcuff be taken off i for a while. . "We have no Veya to do It with, your Honor, and tho keepers have none with them." "It's too bad that an Innocent man should be locked op In the dock," was tho Court's re buke. Tho testimony against Campbell was that he was beating Another prisoner after the "cob bing," and when Mr, Wcstphal Interfered he became unruly and noisy; refused to work, and struck Mr. Wnstphal over tho head with his handcuff. Camplwll became so violent that thev had to turn him over to the police. The man handcuffed to Campbell was a wit ness for defense. He was sworn In tho dock, the lllblo being passed tohliu for that purpose. Ho corroborated tho above testimony, but said In addition that after Campbell struck the officer, tho officer tumed and struck him till his face was all bloody, "Tlio flno will be f, and In default three months la Jail" adju bred the court, adding i "Thcso men must ham to obey." "I've already been punished thirty-seven hours for this' Implored Campbell, but In vain; the court was engaged in other busi ness. A smvcD-ruxn Caftrcy" trotting wagon for tl VI, original cost $373, at (Irahim s, llj fclghth street northwest. A Saks A CO.' Fall Overcoats. THE CITY HALT vocn COUFlTM IV HHIOV MTTnrAY HLTIR i:NTFF! AM) MAIlllIAdi: LIlF NSKH irwi'rn-TitK iiKvonn ok iifal ihtatk TltWHAUTIONH. District Cot rt-Iu Ure Hiimphrers trrllerzog Motion for leave to filo demurrer and answer ;m tern orcrruled and leave granted to nic urmurrer ami answer to specmcatious, am case referred to Ch'ef Jinllr furttcr In re Capital lihllshlng Company, Leave to iiivou vtiiHiii na prujiMi KqtiTy Cot rt Chief Justice Cartter nioomer vs. Moulton sale decreed, bond of trus tee Whltev Protection I lfuInsuranceComraiiy, motion to vscat j order oi ermllng plea and decree nroeofoVsfo contlnueil until JiKtlto Wyllo sits In October terra Mclntlro .Moulton order for ilson s annearanco Phn nix Mutual I Ifo Insur an co Company vs Drant tirant vs. District of (xiiumiiis omered that lhee cases l hpard Iy Juulce Mae irthur, as requested by Jntlee tHln In writing Mr Durant.ofeounsd fr AlUrt tlrant, defendant In the first and complainant In the 1st ter of these case having a 1 1revcd a letter, dated Peptember 21. 1877. to Jn-llec tilln. as-lngcd to hold the September term of tfil court 1R77, requesting that these causes be heard bv Justice MaMrtlmr, and Jtinlce Olln having swentcl to this abdica tion' Nw therefore It J ordered Jutlce MaeAr thur asserting that these caues le heanl by hiin, sitting in this court InMeal of Jutlct O'ln In con formity with the order of the Oeneral Term, of Iho lith day of January, 1HT7 reeorloj In the mlnutnt of ihe General Term volume 1 inures lhland Id WUIeyvs strong Ptromrvs lllc). ordered fora iinni in-anngiii uciiersi term, in iiienrsi inmauce Adlourned An-lmimcntjforto-ilayi 19, 20f 29,30,31, 82, 33, 91 a. .-Ji i . t i i PeoBATr Cot rt Chief Justice Cartter, This court made the fdtovrlng orders jester dsv A oopy of the vrllt of J Tl. M atson, from ayne eountr Mh h was MM f ir npolmte I harkts II Wehh iiallflei as adoilnlxtrator of Airpi.i i iilii, hiiii n iith r iniu FllJta D Lcrch ftualltled as cusntlsn of Henry ti nt rrrn orpiinii ti i,t.ni nerrvii The court thin adjourned until this morning. CniMiXAt Cot rt Judge Mac Arthur The Criminal Court was engaged )etcrdy hi SUITS ENTFRFD. JTTtfv rrf Pierce M 11 Montis vs CatlisHnoJ fllllls, admlntntrstrlx rt al : Injunction to vacate rnnirnri. i orinon ci ai.iB ironion, action lO u" claro note Hid MXRIHAOE MCENrA Qeorco W. Walsh, of Hiinttaffton. Wist Va andAliceC Wsbh of Hannrercounty s;leorg Owen sndSarsh lrv.or Irlnce Oeora-es count v, Md Thomas 11 Wxe and Ijiura Ooltlleb 7hglcr and Auguxta Hoffman, tteorge V ltae- ucrry nnu iiriicn pirwcr, oi ossuuigiou, u u. THE LND EECORD. DKFD6 Or TBI AT. Sfarr A. rielburg to Fr&lerlck O Hnth and V Nonnan. lots 2 ami !L In Jnn. Mlllcr'a rnnnltl subdlvlnlon of square east of square 609 $700. Jsm Middleton to Nicholas Iwls lot 1 square 0i7 ft 01 tlpnrr P. J Olburn et al to J Ta tor rt al , lot 11, In Chlcman, Kxley A Ktchanls', iniiecs nH'oraeo nuoaiTision ci tqiisre V si uuu II K Job ii urn and wife to A V Hradleyand Thos. ft Hopkins lot 17 In the subdivision by James O psyne, tnuU-e, of lots numbered l V. W X and Y in me rceoriieu suonivisionoi square tUjiriT AnuJorert al lo Martin Y Morris lots 1 and 2.V quarcStt f vn m J Miller tniMee, to Ann Joyce, parts of lots l and 30, square JM. Di-pm iv rrr, rlcbPike tr.siiil wlf. 1a Jtuflu V Tlllmi int K In Chester A. Jonlctni' reeorde 1 nocllvlnliin nf I original lots .-' w an i si nquore lit, w uw, james jiknann wiip iu sieo ns jr mi r., in tnener ami JonLIm retarded subdivision nf nrlvlnnl Intt! a Hand 31 square Tl Hdward Tt. Cottrelland wn ii twnjtmin r wiud west nniioi lot m Dnirvs recorJed utHlltUlon of siusr2()rt MjiiOl Johnfl Vstersn twlfo to m f Drurj tot s iu jvviiiiiiir hiiii i) run aiiutiM ision m t riginai lot 1 rqusrerfH 1 1 00 It dmrt fjheu jr and An dnw II. Durall tnisln-s to John W.fnhcn jrt lot 1 Kqnsre 4)1 J"fH Henry I. Tluninwsnd wife tt ltolert tohen h l 9 square 7H-1 ft m Hit tie A Morrison t j John W Mmw, iirt lot 2 touare ,f iim lkriurdltnan mid wife to Jowe Mid dUton lot 1 iutuare W7, ijm John JoyKlson and wife and J srph U V lon an I wife to Henry K Itunvill. lot 11 In Hexklah MasrinUr's sub dlvlstnn of original lots 10 11, UaudlJ, square lmsop RUPASK. 0 1 Uafam, trutee to Timothy Jones lot 12. squa-o 111 lr red tt Jones and Jwtih It Mwn tru tee t C II tliurth und Snniucl II Hoiull Id!) liilhurih Ilotll and ItlUv s ret oriot sub dtvlflou of orltliml lts In square 1W Then F ( atcbel and W (' Duvall, truiltci, lo Henry L. Tliomas, lot 9, rquare 78., QlITtI IU HVHH. Illiam M irbury to Joteph J. KeciVr, FORTH IK.ifl Our Hun'iicM siilii at a f urprW all who see than), Fmfm&m Unos.torucrof fevnith aud K TIIK SIOUX Dl'MXl VTTOX. nen Croolc aud Mr Welali. of Philadelphia, formerly president of the Board of Indian to mm las Ion era, had a council with the Wour chiefs at the Washington house vestcrdnv. Kverv iiieiuber of tho delegation will bo pre sented with a suit of clothes before- lie leaves, and the contract has already bren awarded to a Washington tlothlcr. The clikfs will to day hold a pon-vow with Secretary Hthurx at tlu Interior Dcpartmrnt, To onui R Suits 1 1) ume a rlsou here at $J1 isrviAx jinos , corner or seventh ana E. thi; IHVTMCT OOVKUVMnXT. COMESSIONS MAPE I1Y TIIJ CIVIL CON TR CTORM. Slessrs Joliiison Uros, contractors for fur nlshlud coal to tho District government, under date oi n jit jimiiirt-sseu a communication to the District Commissioners, In whiih theysay; Iu answer to your letter of the 1Mb. In which you liav e oeeii lit In a plrlt of eiUliy to allow us an al iltloual tllty ttnwper ton on all toal delhcrel subriiiieut to our ap) (baton for An a hence on our orljrliml contract, we bi-jc leave to say that not wltlmlan Una vvvvtcre actuated by Jut moil res In akkliu fr the a lvalue, and while lu JnMlce we are eiitlllu 1 1 1 the same, we liave loncluted to leavwllie fiilllHinentof our oftirto yourselve. mainline ueen a aoun-coi aiinojauug io yon wo very Dtuth regret, but whether tills ahoul I bo con sldiredasufllileut reason fbr you to think roper to rev low your ai tlon In laaklujrtha concosflon to tis runalim of course, for you lo dtteptntne Mo are tooseiulbleof your touduet as gentlemen and biulneti men lo allow tha matter to Amber annoy JUII In respoune to tho above, the District Coin mlssloueni my. With our present understanding' of tht Ate ts we deem it Uf l to accept the onr to return the allow nine of 8-i.iO mado under tha Impremlon that aoun-etnai amount nan reen or wouia ue, actu ally loct ai the diret t result of the riots A UOUIDOr INQUTltV. A hoard of Inquiry was appointed veterdov bv Kctietar) Kthuri, to Inoulrs Into the citut of tho Are In the Interior Department on tha atth Instant The board consists of M, D Uralnerd, of tho Set retan'soUlte, chairman, m H IUrd, of tho District board of Are coiumlssloueri, and v.inos Hud ley, of the Hetretary'a otllte, Ihu board tntt at 1, p m , and after organ U Inn, pnKeeded to mafea a thorough exami nation of the burned portion of the building, being accompanied by Chief Engineer Cronln, of the District 11 ro deimrtment They after wards commenced taking testimony with closed doors, eiiludlog speitntcia and re porters A short band reporter Is In ntteudante, and from the character of the gentlemen cetnprls Ins; the board, Its Investloitljn promises to be of the in ist. tb i-cj barvl laircJi.l'is; character. I .- 1..1 A.- .u il kuii if iaa jtm au 4U univ. LOCAL mSCELLANr. Oni visit to Dr Hartlevlmurea Instant relief for catarrh No exorbitant free tn advance Resi dence removed to Wt New York avenue Ota DolJ.1 a. Obtain Dr Hartley's treat remadr fur Catarrh. Druggitti hare It. Letl-otr cloth in j watches pistols, Ac, bought at ItersoVa, 915 D street. Orders attended to. All kindi or trunks maue to order repaired and covered at Murray a, 805 lvnusylvanla avenue. aiarsotDoave, TiiKfltiot New VnrV butter In the cttn alsn. cholce Mrginla. reniujlvanla, and Western but ter, at Splcera butter store aiuthwest corner of Ninth and E streets. Pine choese at less than Bal timore prices. No Impossibilities advertised, but prices as low as the lowrrt. call and be con- vuicca. FA! I OVKKOOATS $CM fir a line rail Ov crcuat Kisexah linos , comer of Seventh and K. DETT1-RTIIAN MTR. II Our winter specialty tl All wool caiinero K Trousers, at four dollars. I Superior In Quality and equal in nt nnu iiiiinii to aur to ft Pants to order. A Saks i Co, St Bercnth street. to onDR. rantiat tandup ICisrMA's Ukos , corner of Seven th and K. Tn Knew Creedmoor suit for children, nrlce 14. neat and durable A KaxsACo, sio seventh street. Tint National Rt rt ni icah being the only morning newspaper In Washington Is the best advertising medium In tho city. It is nod by everybody, and advertisers will And It to their Interest to advertise in The Ilr.pUDU- CAN, CIT1' ITEMS, WELM' OftlOIfAL MAdlIRK HrRCAD STRntaTItSM- INO PLASTKRS. The nldert and tho ho! All who hare used them attest their merit Hold by drurgtst" Twenty, twenty fire and thirty cents, according to size. Yotivi rteonle rav attention to vour teelh Clean them dally with Thurston a Ivory luarl tooth lew der the bcxt dentifrice luonn It will pnscrre their whiteness tlirouuh life, prevent decay and toot liar ho. Much pain and trouble lucausrd by early neglect therefore take heed in time. Price, 2i and 90 ci nts per bottle TlIOMrsoVs POMADK OrTIVK. An oleaginous compound nf singular merit for Iresslnc the half Its ue soon renders harsh drv iinii null (!! i,iauir, iniJ(iiirii i ,. iivii iirBKi ami gl i5 Itlliat rlihgloM which U tho t harm of eariy youin i rice m nnu o cenu jut uottie. Ci F vnsf the system and l nrlfj the blood, remov lngdysciMla sick hendaehe constipation, and all dlctcs caused bv disordered tomsrh or liver. quirk s Irbh Tea w ill d It. Hold by all dmg.'Ut i ikv, u crnis is. r i ai'KHgr, Jon en's Itoiiiaots KtD(livr CiFAVKrn. llenovates soiled gloves thoroughly and quickly Price y cents cr Isrttle " VKGETINE. E O E T I N V. WILL CtlU KltU'&IATISU. Mr Albert Crooker. the well known dnierlstan 1 apoihccary, ofHprloaial. Me , always ndrltes every one troubled v, ith Hheumatkni to try exetlne. pead ISHTVTI-MT. t Spmwiitiiir.Vft.Oel If. 1S-D. Jlft1." Jlfltnmtf IHUNHlR! llftNiirurttra lxi fall I waa taken kk nlih rheum at am an 1 was unabls lontoveunUl tlio ueil April, l-rom thai llui mull three yiar airo this fall I minVred everrtblni' with rheum lLm Pomeilmna thira wmild bi wcka at atmslhalt could not atep one s ep Ihrs aitackswer qulla often lauireieteveryililiiitlliat a man enubL Oier lore yarn s o last Mirlnf 1 xnnnnced taklnf Vwe tuie.nnl rulloneil ft up until I hod taken aevrn but ilea i hatahidn rheiimatlsni alnre that time. I waynadvlMi every-ona trat Is troihkd wlihrbvii- iiaiinm iu irr rjfr i lie, ana not Miner rur ejrm, a i hadone. Thtaitiaiemenl la aratullouaaa tMr. Hievens la cou-eruaJ. IWIB AC., ALHtRTlHOIKrn, Plrmof A. Crooker A Co., ItukUu and Apothe- HAS ENTIIIFLY. CURED ME. -iv BOSTOM, Oct., 1570. .Vr IT r ien FIJ health. II liixUwsedbyarrlnd ahtredltiW tlne nnd, aOer uslnvalt v bolllei, was fully m-tornd to health I have barn a sreat auTerr from IthaumaiUm t bavj taken several billies of tlia ejeline for tbla Cornell ut, and am happy tn ar n has entln Iy t-unsl me I luive recommended the -llua lo others, with Itieaamecood rra ilia It IsRsjieal Pleauaer and purlflerorthabood. It Is pleasant to take aiidlt-aii M At ham aireet. RHKl MATISH IS A DmKA.HL OF THE BLOOD. The blood In this dUea la found to rontalnan re tit 0t rin ewe ln at u by coQvariloa: ihs Ujo-1 Iruin Had sesdtui d I on lo u Ixalihy clrculatlou Pjrttlie reFillate Ilia b iwi 1. wlileh I vrre Ininnr. taut Iii thU timiplHlnt Una bottle of esiliia wlU Kit a rel sf, but to etTett a permiuiwit cur It must ba lakeu rrf liar y. ami may lake several bnila eape rlallvlui. r u ii t auiii i its t rima in am i uy il arusflsia. Tt; aameailhat of lho,ianla belt re ou. who aav. : never rouolaomnrh rel a' Mirjai ihe us of are Hue which la composed excluUvely of Jiaikt. Auwteand Utibt. Yecellne'aaysaltortton phylrjn, 'has do equal as a blocd purifier Hearing of Its many wonderful cures, after all other remedies had failed, I vl Jted (be luiratury and conrlni-et myself or Its tt'nulne merit. II la prepared from barks, roots and herbs, euch of whlelili Mfbly eBt-tlve, aud Ihey arerompaunded lusucli a maimer as to rnroastenUblnf results." NOTHl.Na;rXUALTO IT. nr i Dssn Hint I have been troubled wtlh Hrofuta, Canker an I Liver tVmpla ut mr three yearet noth Ingevrrdidnie any eoxl until I oomraenomi i attic lh fiHlne I aut nuw ct-tili k aim flrM rut ".aud still usine;ibeesetlne Voiinlthtr lher is notblnji 1411a, iu it tur nil mini iwi ma. vui " art 17 reroiu mend 11 toeverbjth. No ULssrangeatreet ttguih Saiam, ausa. S n. BTEVENH. Buhton, Mxel VrlETItE 18 80LU BY ALL 0RU00I9TS. at-p!-MWir ' 111 11 III II. I"IJ LUMJIEII. TITUJiAlLEV BUOTHMW, ILUMBKIt YARDa LUM1U H YAltDa OXlROKltlWN, U CU AND 00KXKR aEVJ- NTH AND Q STREETS. mtmf Wabuimoto' H II PIANOS AND OHGANS TEAbr YOU BLtflMXrf, " " TALACB WARCnOOMU. braked BsaubCBV 1'ismos attd the world renowned Kvra-vOeoaN which we oner lr sale and rent at prUtia ea terms to sull Ihetlmre. We have also unbaoda Ona atook of new pi mas wblrn we will sell lor liV) taab, milr warraiiieU. lieooi and orgjin aord uu tbe luelalliuent plaa. Call aud exemloe HANUfna A TA MAN nae uruer or Twelfth alreet, ig, aud No. 11 N IkarKs etrael, b llT pennsytvaolC av H leeberd Mild. Ralitmara, Mo. nAILET, PIVH A CO. ' 1IANO AfifLVCr. , tl Ninth atrtf I north west. Uptight a pedaliy, BOOKS AND STATIONERY A COMPLETE STOCK Of yai. WJIOLALh AND IthTAIU All tb HOOKS used In th public and private schools eoniumir on hand whlhwswlll supply at lowest rstot, AlItheNrvv IUMIKH rerelrrsl as soon aahsnwl. Anill line or atsr1snd fancy H ai loner r, KM WHITAKMl A HONH, serl? Im prnnsylvaula are , anion Itow. GCHOOL DOOK8. SCHOOL IIOORS. " SCHOOL BOOKS. Urest reduction In the price of S 0 It O 0L n O O K fl AT sn ihtAJxtrrmn nooKSToniE, Corner Four and a half street and Psnnsylraola aye. satootTrtooKs TtEDUCJCDTWKNTY PER CENT AND COVFnPD RKR" ses-lf Wmi PATKNT COTTtR QC1I00L 1100K3 AND HU1TIII3 WHOLKlAtJJ AND RRTAIL. All the books used In the Public and PrtvateRrbools or me DiHirkt, and an ntner reniihiies for ine acnooi room, to be badallhlowu.t prices at SCHOOL 1IOOKH! HUH OOL DOOKB! Parent sboot to purchase ROOK dr the MI terms oft h various achnolaor our city, si bk b are to open ahnutlhsiah of Heitmber, wilt find It to their In terest tnatveusarsJI, where tliey will find a hill and romnlrt asnortment nt all Ilia twiok: immUmmIi In the Public and Prt ale Hehnols. which a offer at a COO- siueraoie rtuuctiou rrom iasi ) ear a pricea. jmr itncki i anhous bookx ntTwTA. by Wallace Tl llhM'.br Baker PHItf I.nti I nfilitt Inm brRqnlres. A Ml MM HI Mdlll h Dhl.AM, Ttolle. 1M1 lit nitVNlMlr MINK, MV MOIHMt IV I AW, HU II IIIIU I HeNHllllVx HKHt lir- b Marie Twain. ( 1IIOW NCOVkdlDNll IXJKHIT LIrh Q ANTIKNT ATHENS, linn imur "n". rkRC ANllTHKrnOPUKT. For sate by W. iTTi a IL MORRISON, No. 4Vpnnshsniaaveni)e. OHK H COMINO MvMother-lii Uw. ou can bova her dressed la rawer i r w renta or in noi n ror II life of John Ad litis, vol XII M llhlnryof UieloMee of New Jrsey from tts ortg In 17 W lo ihe rotnmenaetnrnl of s,M, by John Mm leniUenih rresl tf nt.? vol a., 3va, IiPeiU' 1 1 Intf rvof tha I iiIItc! Hlnlmi II 71 A new Mar Alias, by Ivl hard I'rort ir iLM. tViitllct between JAnor nd Ca,iltl, It-dles 71 S.0 vY, It. nJtnln.TV. aatml In i itnerlvni. Tiiritala. tl M tieneral Hlt'ftrr of Connecticut, lir. Putars, iJi That IimO Iwrie paper ndUlou, UOu, That HuslMiidoMltie.dM, Jour Irre( reaslbIes,A0i Haninel Tlrohl A t n,, I herbulles OV tierrarda Marrlaae, Thetirlet Mi. Ive eoiur.si fiii,v uiher J'etples Clilldren a se quel to Helen Battle, avi. Hm hv malt nn reeelpt ofprlee SOIiOMONH A CHAPMAN. anjfclf SU Pom ranl-irenite, gFASIDE LIDRARY, ThebestsUndsrd NoreU within tha reach or every one. BioVs tisullr ao.d from ft toil pre a (un rhansrl and unabil 1v-lf ftr IU an t W cent. LKAHT IYNNE. by Mrs. Henry Wood. ' (IhMible Nn in her) , Me. 2. JOHN HA! It AX. llr.MLrMAN.br Miss Mulork ( Double :sumbr) - 20 & s. JAr. i.i iu DTtnitrioue jtrome. (Dotioi Nonitrl ,MW. -. .. S3 c 4. A VOMAN HATI'll t barlesiteadea new Novel (fHjubleNniolr)-..-, -.- 30 C 6.T1IK IIUtK 1MUI.M Jules ertuVs Uat new orrl fHliiKle Nnmheru -. 10 c &T1IK IAHT DAHOK IttMI'MI byHlrhJ. ward n ilwerl yilon fHlnsl" Nuinbtr) 10 a 7 AISM 11H)K, by tleorsa tJlirt. (Dcnitile Nnniherl , , 20 e. .THf- AlttTNDLn MtrriO, by Mary Civil Hav fH iialeSiiuilier) 10 C, f,OLlMYniHTONM MONK), by Mary IV- nl IN )sinxle Niini Mri ., , 0 c. 10. Till. WOMAN IN WHITE, by Wllklvlol- Una. flNeible Numivri .- 20 C, II THh M1IL ON nil- MAM, by (leorics fjlot (1oiibU Number) , M 20 ft it THh PItlNLlOPTHLI.ri, by William lliark ( HoiilileNiitnheri 20 C U1II1. AM Will ANHhNl-OR,byAnlhoiiy IrollniNV (Ihtohle Number! . W ft 14 Till If ADhWIin', by V llkle iolllus. (inela Nuintter) . w 10 e. IV, llOMOLA, bytleori tJlot, (Double Nutu- herl ... .. Vt p iraale by all Ik kaellers ami cwwteU-rt, or eiil, poatus prepaid n reoe nlo'i rU-e, br tlMHUlr MUN HO PiiulUher. IvHt-Sm 3auliV niidewateralreet N V SUMMKRURSOllTS TOVI UHAVH URSl i.UKi AClOMMO- j-j 1)1iu-nn 111 private nmuri very net.r oiean, d Jim t an I ) lelt, plenty of Hhaile- term f l and 111. Address lias ii Jvirt Long HraatU. N J JyO OIM-ItllPP, k i nooo untitn is a Jl farm 1 1 on hc: nlenlv farm boost'; plenty ofenrs, milk IU kens, Ao. tirteen mliiuiea from Jep 1 an bnthlPf pi are Are UMIUin IIUIII MMI VMT. II HT Id V 9 IJ, 1"R Jyia ;LL, onuA KFDICED KATM TO PARHtS REM VI.1NU en w sole or lonier rucKitiN iitrrru (in tuoimeniai jiuiei, i iiinu.1 1'ruprieior NOTE. We lake rreat pleasure In lnArmlu our nalrona that a uew iMsM-uger fjevaior and Uertrlc J Hou n 1, mar Peqiiot Hotel twlbliig, lioutlug an I lUi W1IITI. HOL'SK HTATION, IK'NTritHOX .XJUN1,N J-CSiuntry board tn a private fhmlly residing on lbs Una of tha Ceutrel Jlallroad of New Jorat t hous larga and alryj mountain air) act nery beautiful board reasonable Jyll HfAUHklNO MOUNTAm HOCSE. C. K. view ol Ml. WashiiiKton and the While Mauutaio range Opened June ju. Terms T per week, JyU U.OrJ-NKD JUNK 2 ARIINOTONMIOISE. WTANKOP.D COfN, Isjorated on blab ground, h free from uialartaand muiaultniw. Prull aud freah veuiabla froue owner a farm Halt water bathing convenient hoard IS aud uowarua, Jill ARTI3T8 KAILS H0OE. 81TUATHINKVR the celebrated ArtEata Falls. North tuiiMar. N. It llotiae nearly new. beautinil lawneand eiMlfeol Shade Aa quiet relftal. it often p-Ul lu luoa msnts to families, lTfmlo ault ihatUnea. Adln-aa jyl ACillirL Kl-ilMAN.Preitrietor Near W bile kiid V raucuiila MuunUlne. Mugntrl- cent vtewa IjwO fetl elevailoti, aura cure rbr bay hwi.i "ui tuif ni .A ft, A ..M u at trwr, buu vtiH t tt. -, ,ut,v i, a'v iiti w-ra. JylS JA 1UH. FJIILL Jrt. fjifLLIint rroai GUV8PT PiVIIlON," NORTH tOWYAY, CJ N. II Tale well known and papular hotel la now open for the anroDimodatloa of perraane.il end IransUrnt gueais. Jhehauaeta situated In ihemUwi T Jy CtHOOLr-VS MOt'NTAlV SUMMER RWORT V 111 ojieu Ibr gueate June 2t at moderate rates. JJirge grounds, ampls aluwe, reaklent pbyalglaa Bund fbr circular liiltia Bchooley's Mounlalu: IyUWVtCt PARK HOTEL. (UTHKUJ-. T Y ns'LY iriLMTt i arm irrvrvr in ntiH RKtiiON Ivrois rvducetl lllib alevallou. twenty aiTea of (rouuu, luouniaiu ai auenery uusurpaaet4 in un J) JOHN BHKA&TKP proprietor. SEA III EA CLIKK PROHPECT COTTAOE. SKA ulaa from Hvawaubaka'a landing beautiful vlewa, bwallug Hehbig, bathing good table, larye rooms, healthy lotlloa, moderate brtora lleferantna, Jyll NSPTL'NK HOUSE. NEW POCIIhLLE, X)NN fbe moat MXKsnible of all summer reaorta arouud New York Aix.ownilali(iiie tor JUO gueata. Hoalliig.batblog Baklof bllllaruj, and lawllng JylS Mrs. P K PLTNAM. l nir. l. i . aoceeaioia ut ran ana ooaw lurtn inin- NEW ADVERTISE1MENTS. PAPRR WAUKIIOU8K.-K MOHKIKON, donD atrtst, iMaler In wrapping printing and writing par-fr. pnpefts rloursnrks.iwlnes, rlnltrs' ana prntosrsiliers'tard atork, velopes, rnerrhanrtlss and ahltl ln lln. kl.nk hrailra IjwVhliiH.r, mn. piles Ac, An, i"ii irn noij-ose i-aper ivtmpanys, nai snq ruled wrilliiK Kia Inrhidlnit Ihe American Unto, towhtclikpeclalstlentlonU Invited. sc,27tf nsdeidsr carpet llnln-moihprjof l?bDCEDAn CAltrET IININO. hotu moor, ve. MonntsANft MpTTtf Psper Warerooms. ana D street. RESTAtlltANT PAKHIhV-K I U 8 T C I. A fl 3 KltKNLH IU3STAUItANT.-Talle irhota din ner, 79 cenls, rrom 4 lo 7 o dock la rnrfu all day, at very morlemta nrlees. Best clil' kens Croonette, lnt per doven, htrken Halad SOc Orders f dinner par tlea balU, receptlunt,ete. Strict attention lo sruad PURK MltK r k w. K WAItn, AMernoy alrles tepot, wbot. atj and retail riealar In Pn Milk and Cream. Otncf nIenot,(rKaireet north wesl, Wsshlnxton, U( retail t,(TS uiler tliolreAlilpmey nutter 40 cent, in ' Ih rrtiita. Bute i it """"wn-nH niurneu every asv m s m. s-laltr. Milk andlreaiu delivered riftli EXCURSIONS. JjfOTICK TO WOUNTVKIlNON rXMENOEIuC i Ti."!S'im'? ATtltOW, Csptaln Prank Holllnga. bead Is lbs only Imat Jlowe't lo land paaaengarsat Mount Vernon Wharf 1 s.saenrrs akln that steamer (whlrh Is eonneetad with th I'lln Mounl Vernon Aasorlallon) avoid rkllng la aoibulaooti litres mll as by other linns. Itound trip, l, (ncludlnf admission to Mansion ao4 Q rounds. msanier leaves nerrntu-streei w&arr UAII,Tt(Saa iu n. in mei murm a.ri p, j uit. iioixftoswoivi TEW ROUTE TO MOUNT YERXON. ..T.".VfwJ.;'5. n eoninioJIous sleaaitr MARY WAHHINttTON Is now carrying pawstifara to ilk enion and rurulauiiur crrlaes hi transport them to tlia Mansion, lly tills route persons avoid a hot walk up a long bill IhartWaiu-e 1 one and a ball miles not three. leaven Hevemh atreetwharf arerr lny cun(1r esrepted) at lOtOJa, in , and returns about i.rij'iu, nut i nn iiiiuna m iiuiafuon anu rarrwn rhle lo an I from the Mansion le-Q-lf AMUSEMENTS. fjATioXALTHKAlRK." " LAST M0IIT8. AMT NtflUTH OV TlttJ" HAV LANT NtUlirrt OFTItn IAN lAsr NKIIITH Or"THr HAN IASI .NIUUmUKTItKliAN I.AHT NKIIirsflPTHK lJAN LAST MUUTS OP THE HAN UAMCHEfr FS MATINEE 8ATCRDAY. MONDAY KVENIMI OCTOBI-n 1,1177, First tliua m VVaslilnaton or I Hon Uouduiulta freal American Drama, , BELL k"L A M A It, fbundad niMin lneMen(nrihalatae(ll Ncemmludln lrulnta unit lie KkMluient typical ot Ihemanbrolanl wouiantiood of bolli sides ctosinf with an apo.hoo4latollia Lnmn, as prompted by Irea Idfnt HatestbrouKh bis tiatlinal pulley and pnblia utteraun-a. jKtarandCritlc 1 aei&T-tr rilHI. IKTLPEOKTlinSKVSON-LR CHA8.' -s 11 VOW LI-R of New 1 oik. tha ro-t praacfaer of ll e Will, and Itniennial viator fir Illinois, wul lertme nl lVn HryJi I4d urdi.THUItMDAY, No vember 1. Hubert M(rtt Drfli of Ureal Men " Ail II ii tin. MlCvnta. rei r ni MMta. 74 rwntM. Ttkata o imIdwI Mt lt book tores, tti-atrved testa secured a jmiuhiii ne ami piiaaer a. aepfl-vvj rpiIF alTXAVnitlA FAIR, dy paying --- HIT. MAIll VV AMHIMIIU-X Olllf th 1 iiinr niiuiwii the. V.VOODI A A I i k till r lit. t onr-i there aid beok n liliitut addltttnal rbarr. Ihe Mary WMililntton will I ave Wanllorton al if a. in. and 4 p in., nnd Aleiailrbt at 4 bndli-J0 p. m. Tlf kets tftrnd fi r allher irlp. aepli-at- O1 VERA HOtE. ivminnv irmAOTinv. For one week- anil W'euneslay and Sulurday tfatl n,s, cuinmrmli n , mdmiay, KrjTi Mnnn U 7, RUtPALO IllLUlJIoii W..lVitr ) ai d two rele- braieil rdoiix warrW, Msit-W h l-(iirrle-th 8wo il MlilTMuUiunL AlHIlIuli of tha Hloils (lelerKllnn whosreto bo bers Heptemuer H uinlerth noted pruKPoc aiidtbsMealmnirH-k bouro, Jsk laaa. The aiillre party will spr In tha grent VV eat am drain founded on the Mormon war and tha Mounlaat MiiiUjw inasaatre, w rtitan by Ma,lor A, H. liurt, U. t A entitled MAY COIiYl cr, IjIWT sNI WON. Tlunlratn will b preceitod hy llio arreatulnf fkroa, IWrFDlVlJbM Twirri-iin, Introductng an entire Now York Oimedy Oompaay. I rlt-es m- umittJ. ItiMHirrtd avaU secured thraa days luadvanoa al lot offlea. aeptlTt a vrrythlng nm (lans-ii mblOtf HCisijON CQ. I'roprleloi MEDICINAL. Ji 1 f? i t p l l i vjrs yP"-----------l-j--w----1 OB - FAixiNfTtTicENnfa rermaDfiitly Cured No lltmhur-Ity one month's nsaiia of Hr OOCUMtUH t LKnilAl O INKAU LIIlI K rJT lsjVV Ui-llH Tocfuivlne aufrerersthal lht-M I'owder-i Htll iloull wrlalmfbr them, wa will send them bv until, poet paid, n free trial box. Aa Dr. lloulard la Ihe only i liynH Uu Hint Ii is ever made tbla awnuf m neriai Mooy, mm m- ,u unr anowiniga mw Riidsbavleeitieriiisueiitlyturislbyliiuaeorthma iwders we will guurentea a permanent cum In every case or reOintl you all money expended. AllsufTerers should give Itica Powders ap early trial, and be oon- Invett ol lh lr curative powers. . ITU fr.p larva tvv. ai nr limr buxea for 110. aent b maU to my )xi rt of Unlu-d bUtre or Iknada ou racalpl p'lwSKMAHi-konniNf. M fultou iirer! Jtrvoklyu, N. Y. COXSUMPriOM postrtrLYtunEa All aiinrera from this rtlaettsetliat ure aextoue tab Ciiml should try Hr KI-SHNLltH ( KIJkBKATXn UUWUMITIF, lit Jl kllS. Ihneo xNtwdara Ma thaoaty preparallon known that will cure Ovaauoaa. tton and all dlHeanea of tha lliroat and luun Ia4ae4 ao alrong la our iallb In them, and alau lo eoavlnoe yo thatlbey are no huaihug, we will forward to every We don t want your tuouey until you are psrfcotly aalUnedof Ibelrcurava power. If your Wslaworui aavltiK.don t dtluy In giving tbeaa sowden a trial, as they lll purely cure you. 1 rice, Tor larxe box, fseot to aay part of tht Uutted ktlatra or Canada, by luall on receipt of p'lca.,,,. Addivv: aii a nuitmpn. m)Ji Jm ao Fulton Mn-H Hrooklrn. N . HOTELS. WMONEV M INTKD Olii,.o th. ,r,. demitl ftirwon..w onVrt. Mil within .Utr dmy . UrccolWllua of (JOMI AMLmtl.VHI WATCIIB3. CUMOMJAXIlOTUmWUDUOLllJt.V.'Er.CV CICX9, IIV.VOLVKIM, ia, 40., AT xthaoiumkahv okcat iiAita VIM Ercrr ftrtlcl. hillr w.rr.nt9 wt auotmrrtK Ai- tV.nitu.Mlon Droku , Jy-i tf CurinicTwt.ludll.rj; . XTEW HOTEL, WADIUMlTOIf, I), C, ItlOfll ltnvsK, PLUMJirn urut miiu, rroptiatoik F1n.t-rtw.fend nomnt... In 1 li, .ppolata i.l .ItUktitl o.i)CN.t. tu. UnltM ttt.uTrtuiury biu lint .ml In th. Iinmntllot. n.l.bb.rb(Kid orth, 3n. K dent a Mansion lb Hiale, War, Nai , iffi ana ine iwcorau Art uajiery Tl. II. tVti.wuAV. a (I Huieir. TVTElROPOriTAN (LATH BROWN'S) HOlbL, JM. WArtHlhOTOsj, u ft Jyi-ly R. It WIEMAtl Jt cy , Proprlaters. R. ILfxiLEUAW ACLRumr. riUlt, UAltKUl LIU'S, JL Dalltmoi aora, ltd., MAjTst 00 rraprlatcra.. .if: .... t. vulf: TJIJDITT 11016ft UEAZXUARTPRaAltUT AND NAVV WAMRINOTON. U a roylott ft t;. wifLARD, Pro t tin TVrOhMin'ii HOTEU COHNFR II ANH riaTEENTH 8TRtKi 11rl-vlaMbt eveiyreapaot. mji-tf SIIPRMAK H0U8K.-A F1R8T CLASS 1 RIVATK )lulU Kooma en suile or single. jrowikH Uhleboiird at Hlr week oriS per month Nov iS and XII third eireel Jual above ruuaylaitUave iu A mimlierofeleintlil roeineet popular pi I mti U' 15- A. -L- 1 l .!. " tf K.'M-iJS1 HOMECOMFOltTS;, FKUXbEbrOHitE'S FRKNCII OAKU;( " (1-Atabtlihed ItW) II IHSIISOI' Iki kkAsiM tHtHIMUa. FLIXDfcJhOF th well know a and only real reach biker It. Ws Mik ton.) uarenioveitto No, JUJtU street, Ih tweu . r il llftti kibil I ut.nlv Nroi Ir&Ala itur I an ilk V t ajiIi. avu.' hue wlti r, lu a house eipreasly bulillor Ibe purim-ut, bebasBrrulerftiollliiea I Lea before firt lure of Ue bent t-rriiOi and American WrV trehuv bread a aptuUll, IJberal mum cUtrj mi IhiIj. aud dealers. N H..KrHnrtt Bread 14 re'viLiTtfii leJ a e n rao i. ofilelkaiabeallli eKsUUy mr UtweaaOw-iiii- n at dyBpepeta, Hewataof ImiutLba, rU