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THE NATIONAL KEPUBLIOAN, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1G, 1877.
Rational Republican. 2' A, M CLAW I I I I I I I I DITOIt. The National Republican Is published dll (except Mondays) by the Itopiibllfun Printing & lNihllalilng Cmnpmiv, at the Southwell rimer of 1 rnnsvlvanla Avenu ml II trteentli NtrfH m W t mnum In odyai it or GO Address, NATIONAL, Hh I ITDLH AN WashlngliD l r Mr N It FlfllTT I At rut for I lie r ere Pt of Ait.ertl'einentii and 8ubnrrlitIons for Ibis l'i per, u rll as fur the Collection uf At fount, Mr I II Mr CM-I I.ANI Is also nulliorUeel to Milled t AiHertlseiiieiita ti tDAY t tttttti noiTonrn is istt How Diet It Ilnitpni? Xono nre so blind n those who will not iee. It a ninguhr fict thatndauuf yo tienm who Btjle t.ieinhcs "uon pint km nre now eiigigeel in n ffort to Ikm Inn .1 tlic pu'ilic llon and juc.Ktmnt on the mil.ltet of the 1 ito political ilwiti r in the tite of Ohio, when it h wine Unit the tnitli Mimilel taftmiglit nml emtio ami ciTcet 1 1ioikm1, nml cam. Idly coiisfelcrrcl The KcpuMicnn ote of Ohio hw fallen ofl some ctht, thousand, nfter u herculenn cITort on the pirt of the most eminent .statesmen and on ton to rally the turt in its full rtrength ii.nui the phtform adopted nt neehnd It i but thepiit of nndor that the real taiuea tint limr kel to tliU srent rewilsion should behoug.it out iiullti.lv under t hm 1 I-ct no niindecche lilin-e.f through Ignoriiircor Mphhtrjjnit net nt the truth and deal with tli it The Kepub-lic-irn of Ohio arc evidently d iK-utixl.nl with HonirthtiiK relit fog to their party, Its principles or its jiosition, otheruito there would not bate been a falling ofl of eighty thouonnd in the part) tote lift thousjud of whfth, at least, rtuiaiuetl away from the lullnt-liox uiiln.lv Our nth ires from thit tate are from t ery intelligent Mounts, and am to thecuYtt that the Krpublleius of Ohio nre not in accord with the Southern and rUilnenire politic of the Administration, and lituco the fet ite li-w lieen git en our to the Democrat) Redoubt, if this Iw true, if it aiTonN a goxl excuno for surrendering the tate to the common etiemj Hut lnin liee n done, hovetr, we should not deceive ouptlvw an to the cau-os whith lue li-d to thi.i disaster If the I.opuMi cans are not to accept the new pohej of the President in Kxl ".llli nml act in harmonv t'lcreupon it Is but the part of wtalom and dutj to come to an cul) and full under atirding on that point No tme Kepubll can desires to see liU partv diinterted nnd overthrown, either in Oiio or eW wlierc, and we think the (sentiment of tin niiiMs of the Itepuhlicin throughout the tointry, when uroiwd on this point, will be outspoken nnd decided upon ita rclnbill tatton on itn traditional principles, without modem innovations or attempted improve intnii bj protetweti introduced without their advlte and sanction p irn. llutler'ft ft.lrrtloii.av "When the HAMKTdN I.egijlatnrf imititeel, ns far an it could imitate, the leinl forms b which Unful legislatures eh et Senators of the Unlte-d States, there were two lwdies of men, Imth claiming to 1 the Legislature of South Carolina, in ncssionat Columbia The legil I tgisl ituro recognized Cn Mnrri aiv as (ioemor The seceion I egisl iture re-cognle-d Gen Hamiton ns Governor The CnvvniFHi vi; Legislilure hid stventy iiiemliers In the Lower House and thirt onn nie mWri in the Senate On the di.v when the House of fleprescntative orgtn- izeu inert were present nixty mcmlKTs elc clared tlettedby theltairdeif tateCanvn crs Of them, tiftj nine took part in the or ganization fter theorganization the House proceeded to decide couttsted wats in nevc ral of tlic coimties, nnd neited the Republi can daimants in whost districts there had bttu Htupemlnus fiaudrt and grow intimida tion The whole numlxr who thus acted with theCnvMiirnLAiN legislature wa71 During the turmml and excitement thit arase when the IUmpton body Acceded nnd met elsewhere, five of this numlierwcre iu4ttcd to withdraw from the legal I,egn in and temporarily join the 8cceuun irs Two of them returned The Cll w WKiiIAINirouMofKepreenUtIventonsistedt therefore, of 70 member. There w i no dispute between the Republicans nnd Demo cratsastothelcgdityoftheCHAMUElilAlN Heuate It eonsisted of 1( Republicans and 13 Democrats. Both Democrats and Re publicans attemlert and at ted d illy in this Senate The Hamptov Legislature, when it organ iznit, hid flOvseveu members to whom the Hoard of Mite CaiiMssrrB had lmd eer titieate This vtus exclusive of the Demo critic members tlaiining to bo elected irom Edgefield and Ijuirriis Tlie returns from both oi these counties had 1m en thrown out by the I-irnl of St ttt tanvasmra in ioiisp queniool the unparulltkd frauds thit hid been penetrated there Thev had abun dant cvidem e of It The. p ijm rs hubmitte 1 to them are published in lull in tlu tti roony prcmnttd ut the tloso of lvtMNHiou by the Hcinte committee, of which Mr CAM l mj of Uisconsiu,was iliairiinn Penntor fi(inrMiN,at the time descillnl the thmwingout of tin hcav Diiuocrntii inij tilths ol Iilgeheld countyand I-uuuis county ns a '.(rent outrage" on the pirt 1 1 tlu Jluard of State CiuvasM-rs 'I h it the it wc re ' gn at outrages in KthtehMd foiuitv tlu home ot en III T IKti is as will cMiMMiiil as nnv lutin inmlern histirv t tuo nltr to llu in nain lurthu priwtnt uriist it miilici toslati Ihililu intire od ol thUieiuiilv Kipubhein and l)em untie in 1-71 the clceltoti picceiluig, was ii 0 vvblih nasu dteulecll lull vote In tlu 1 1 ii lv in to till n the MM It I tlon v was which these Democratic mml have been chosen to the I.,, oggicfcatt vote rcjorted was u eiettlonof 1m7I w he u there publican candidates in the Jli I AIN'm nujorilv was I,,'(M) In il of IH7U (he Demotrutit m it claimed to lw 1,IM deu tu tin. PTIIIA8 of DV5IN IlLTI LK ) in a published card, stated that bix) n groes did not vote at all Now, licie pnma facte evidence of one of the t"11! friuds in modern political nnnats The r jtorled tote by which Urn Ovnvos ilannetl a laav$ Itei'MH.ructc tnqjonty" in Edgtfeld is 2 2i3 in rices of the entire adult mnU poputa tlon, tchite and black, in thtt county, according to tho State census of 1974, which showed a considerable increase of population slnco 1670, wlun the United Ftites census was taken That Is to say, if every man, white nnd black, in Kdgciicld county had roteel once if not one niin hid slaved Irom the polU the untied Republican nnd Demo cratic vote would have liecn 3,aiJ votes less than tho vote recorded, although bv Gen Oau'h admMon nt least ooo Micks did not oto at all t How wis this nmaztng result nchleved? 11 Georgians who voted at every precinct all dij long, and by thu gnwsest frntuls on the jurt of the Demo crat, of w hiili the Hoard of State Cam asm rs had ample evidence In Laurens there were precisely simU ir re snltftitnd methesls Hut It Is not neet-ssary to ltint them out,ni this lefcrencetothexotes of these counties is psijne! only to make char the legil ijucstfons involved in the case of the rival I rghl it tires. I he Ho ml of Pinto Cnnva-ssers Is the sole Judge of the prima facie right to nrertifi c-ite to n seit in the Igishture "What the wisdom of our ancestors reposes In n single nnd irresptinsible ofHccr, the Cleikot the House of Representativ cs, the Mate of 'Jouth Cirolma reposes In a lioird of enmnssers Hv various leg-l nrti tiers and the pliwc of nn intimidited Judiciary, the Dtmocrati suc cecdeiHnpn venting the Ho ml of tateCan- vasstrs from examining the proofs of fraud submitted to them from almost even countv until within twcnt-four hours of the time limited by law for the exercise of their duties. Tho Ixxird then met in dcfiince of the court nnd threw out IMgefidd nnd Laurens, where tho frauds were ns overwhelming ns the ciuiMign lud leen remorseless They gave no certificate to an) tlaiuunt from these counties Thei issued certifi cates to lift) seven Democrats, not one-half of whom, in nil prolyl. Hit), were justl) cntilleil to them Those f7 Democrats, in companv.it is Mid, or bv the advice of Senator Goriion, marched in a boelv to the Slate bouse with the Democratic claimants from IMgefidd nnd Laurens at their heal Their plan was to refuse to enter unless the Pdgefield nnd Laurens mcmlicrs were admitted As these men hid no certificate the serge m t-nt arms did refuse to admit them The whole hod) of Dtmncrvv then ierformed the second part of the famous military campilgu of the King of 1 ranee with his forty thousand men An 1 then marcheJ 1 w n scln ' Tliev had whit seemed a Governor but nmong their nssets w is neither a legal quo rum of the House nor thesemblincc of n H-nite,nnd the most vigil mt st mh failed to find a State house or the nn hives of South Carol in i in the list of their corpontc cftuts bat did they do Olieving n popular, one may saj a national mandate a dictate of the lex nan nr-ripta of our America they 'hired a hall' Then the) "made believe" to hold sessions el illv The One Hoss Sh i) took upon Itself tho aspect of n legislative both In the Semte there were only the lonely members from IMgefltld and Luircn, who, without the certificates of the Hoard of State Cnnviss crs had absolutely no legil claim, not the shadow of a mi hie of n legal riijit, to sit In any legislative bo.lv Tho Dtmocrits who hid these certificates qualified nnd appeared ever) day in the ' CliAMntRl AI Senate," look a tonpjf units jiart in its debates, oted on bills originating in the CllAMnuti u House, addressed the Republican lieuten ant Governor presiding there by his ofilcl il title, sent bills to Mr CliAMltFkl ain as Governorof the Mate for his approval, re- teived his mesHjge and drew their payor pocketed their certificates of pay ' likL little mill" The Hampton Rump found tint that it hid blundered If they hid gone Into the ' LimniEHiAiN House' with their "solid' 17 votes It would have needed onlv a few votes more to enable them to secutt a ma jority Subsequent events showed that these votes could have lieen ' influenced " Tho could then, by clue lorni of 1 iw, have sent ed the Pdgefield nnd I aurens claim ants They tried to remed) their blunder, but it was toe late Their positiou was lu dicrous Only the fict tint there was an organized and disciplined army of ntle clubs behind them saved them from bee oni ing the butt of the time Hut there is a serious aspect even in n lumtic's (ra tions if he keeps n le ult d nfie pointed at jour hend Hamiton lud shown himself to He n foolish leader, but then thi fool lud an army brhind him The Rumps did not h gil lie They dev el oped an extrnordin iry genius for adjourning The) adjourned as the Georgians voted in rdgefield often nnd earl Hut adjourn in Ins one attribute if hab it becomes monotonous If too continuous!) indulged in 1 ho Rumps lieeame imp.itient Die) de termined to electa Senator Hut without a Senate how could thii thing bo done? hat course did the Rumps take? They got the Dtmoirits In the Chamiuki ain Senate to come over and oto with them I And so the Democratic Senators who sat and voted every div in the legil I egislatuie, who addressed the Republican Mtutenaut Governor eury time they rosr to speak as president of the Senate, nttcr veiling in the legal Mnite for Gen Hi ti t It actually voted on the same clav with the Rumps tor Gin Pi Tin lint the) were tme in their action to the sj irit of the II van ton. canvass in one respect thev votid twice lor the sum mm lcteviu th-'n neither the Hami i"nN House not the II wtrroN mi Si n ite bid a legal quoimu It N on the eertilenli of Gen w HMiro given while Gov (mvmiiimvin wa.s in tin een ise ol his hwful aullioutv in Ninth Cirolun after this inn it an 't hi lion by a ribe) Rump without power as i liisliture under nnv th'orv of the outlu in reibleni without nnv s.ini tion ot I iw or constitution tint (j n M ( Iti ri HE exputstobp seattel in thoSinitcot the L lilted M ites 'I ho Uee lion In I'riniro. flcr til the lulniinitiiins ut Mirshil lAMVHl the election in 1 mint luster miu Utd in tin Matt of tho Hcjuhlieaii lit L 1 1 neeoiding to our lulvucs at this writing How lir tins is loutusacluek m (he ) tans and purpose sot the M irxh i), time will cUttiniine He h is the at my nt his back and h w the jiower In the end ft he thooscs to use it, to defeat an) thing like rudical Republicanism it ha finds sufticirut excuse to interposo hU prerogative That I the Republicans, radical nnd couserratlve havo a nominal mjority there nn lno doubt, but, nfter all this, If MaiMahov hall determine to orerrldo tho jopu lar will, he will not scruple at the venture "Whatever the surface may Indicate, there is hehl nil nil this In the designs of the Marshal so fixed an 1 determined n purpose adverse to Re publican supremacy that In the end Im pcrlilism may triumph, and the Republic may lie forced to succumb It Is a crisis in the atlairs of Prince which will lie watched with Intense interest b) tho outer world The Marshal of Prance Is made of stern BtiitT, nnd when his full iwliev is tlcvtloncd it will reveal his purposes nnd tho event of tlic present election more clearly than is undo npnarenlhy our present ndvices The nrni) Is an cfheleut ally of power, nnd tho end Is not let Pupwiiinr In this paper will be found a letter from that distinguished Jurist, Senator PiM i Mm, regarding tho law points in the case of Hon Jmt.HH RFLroau, or Colorado, which will enrrytho conviction to all un prejudiced mtnds of the equity and justice of Mr riLFOKDH title to thostat In tho Houo claliucHl by him Tiir Hnltlmoro Car1te stated yesterday that Marshal Pitkin, of Louisiana, wuull opiwso Mr WiiARTONSiflbrt to secure a cmifinua tlon Upon inquiry we are able to slate that such Is not tho enso Msrshal Pitkin has ar rlveel here, nnd npenlv disavows all interest In the mutter and all purposo to contend for his title which t as confirmed by tho Senate lost winter The uon partisan Journal shows its teeth at Senator lit aim After accusing Mm of havfngcvnlcdau Investigation Into Ids eon duct at some time In the past, It predicts that he will now challenge the most "scarchlug investigation Into alt tho ehm-ges brought against him and also professes to believe that tho result will bo to "relievo him of evorr Hint of mispvhn which his enrmlsi have sought to fasten ujion him " Most people havo Miipowd that the holers of Maine pawd qnito enphatlenlty upon those charges at their elections (if&7tl nnd 1S77. IVTRr House scsterdav only seventy-one members wero unibloto take tho ironclad oath They were accommodated with the modified form of oath fur such cases made and provided Theso members form the largo mlaorll) ofnearlv ono fourth of tho popular branch of our National legislature It has al reach been seen that a much smaller minor ity composed of this element In the last House, when aided bv their Democratic allies of tlie Vorth, was sufficiently powerful to seize tho purse and thesworl of the nation by relusinclhe appropriations rtquUto to tho administration of tlie laws j7 nso ir. Sib James Power, Bart , tho great Irish ulstllkr tsikal !FNTnR Dm in Dams has gained ten poun t tu tlie liut ten month Px Sfcrftary Robkson Is rmongthodls tlnguMuHl viMtori to Ihis city Cor Tims II FtJXis, of Terre Haute Ind late MlnMer to Mexico has arrived In thee Ir. and h quartcre 1 at C01 Thirteenth fttreet. Gov Wilum HroiNTS monnment at rUrkfvIIle Tenn will I unveiled with appro priate evremonte on ihc 21th Intant Lx Gov. PiCKARD and rv Collector of Cns tomsriej of Iuiann nre here t nrethtr with other prominent I ej utilicniu e f that Stute ViCFpawimNT iiffifr and his Seere tsrr taj tln J J Dleklmon, hsvcenga-rMa ault of rooms at tho Hlgcs House for the winter Mrs C Fassktts portrait of iee Presi dent Wllon will probably l iirrlael bv ul. srrh tinn and presented to the now Hoot and rho Kxcliangc on umner street Ponton (or Jtjvr h ITiiKrm originally of 1 bemnrlo eixintr mie of tlie ot lent an 1 fir lmrlj oneof them wtextcntlvc mull ronirKctfrs In the niled fctatw died tn HnrrLionburc. a., on MurUy Mr T Dvprvy, formerly Depirtment reporter Tor Thf Iihhihav ts now engage t as tlm aMnt ec riwtxrn tent or the ( hleago Tnirf Intbe office of Mr C ran fort He is an Intelligent nnlnithc joung gentleman Mr IIfnr Irmno Is to be done In wax whtlo In Iherpx I recently he as enrtured bj a urtxwork exhibitor nnd e incentcd f gtvetno alitlugn In order Hint his fust urea might bo reoro hi tel In the l lanttcmaterlrtt Amonq the ladv eorrespondenls vtlio jester dsv vl(nepd tlioe rganlrHltnn of the Iotiw sirtt Mrs Ntr Oemmer me" MUsnrsl Mm Sitead MIm Stexnn I r Mrs rnnle D Ward Mrs llrlinw Mrs I (Renin M is Jennings mil MlMjohnwii Px Unithi Stvt Mrsiicl Pitkin, of rufslrttia Is otWIIUrl- Clen 1 ItLIu eame fn in an old Whig fninlt) of Ne-wer!ean where I m ; btiril III KlirrPhHi r (nl llharlnn la XI... latiler Ito went to MUMsufjil thence to IiuM ana Thoelini ite of omeefrem tho former to the latter Is nn IlluMrull oof c! 11 ervlce refinn These gentle men are iierwuial friend nnd bih are very popular In Iuilaiia (nudFo 1Umi Hmitk of rhlladelnhla n nifliilr of IhnMnln S-onntn 1 1 1 ii.i. . rhel (nthoehy vcMcrdii) and Is theguetit of tho mm i iminiiNii rrwinan ni ine nlggs nouse Ken fttorkmlthhaileenHniemlerofthelei nhilinnla Ijgslatiirefrfortr)iar and Itt his taft that In all that time he linn Iia I the triumph of be ntlng the rxmoeratlc tart) The current political changes fall to make li Ira flinch Ite came, not withManlii g bis feci le health and advanced age tOrlllOT the MtlRfHflloil nt nootnir Iha a. n nf 1.1. anelent enmral the Hm Slmc n Cameron take Hie wat of his father In tho Pcnate of the t nlted Mutes A Ilnugbter Iliinia llerKIother tn talh Mrs I eliroarbau,agedseventy eight) ears, resiling at the corner or Pt An Irevr an J Prades Hreets New Orleans met a drea Ifnl death by an aeritetit renderel ir possible moro lamentable Ina-mueha-s it washer daughter a hand that hur rled her into eternity The fact of the c ae as related with much emo tlon l r her daughter ! ow that on Wednoday nllit arter tho family had re tin I the daughter hale tension to lUbt a run 1U mil ajjj rone h her inotlieralel As hbe M iojkhI In nn uiilneV) mo mtnt fbe 1 rought the can Ho In contut with the m iMpilto bar ai 1 toue hrrown wrrds itflareil uplilit gunpm 1ir In ah InMaut tit telling wasontlre enveloping the hapless oil lalylnn senef II line tliat feared and scorched her an I llmls despite her f-eble ellorts to tight the lire llerdiughtir recovering from the flrt shock a'de I he r in tli r I it ummik M-fniiy until Jier m reams 1 riughttheetl trliimuttseirthe houso to 1 er as klMance Cht die t Troni the e fllcU of her Injuries C Ivll Service Iteronn Smn nfter the Iningiiritlou of PresIIeut 1ta)isi(8 nldrt-w eKrkin the I M OmieDe I nritnt-nt nnmi I Jthodei call 1 upon him and re nt we tan ai luaintaiiee frmelwhtn they vn re els mntt.liieolleu V-, a inarke T his ft-feu I h!n lie. i nM nut cum Mr l lMiesaeai In liniti inr I lm (h rxtiutlve Miiiifl u atuiylour Wlhtlil tir 1 II his l mini n Hie eli rk waniniit. nUm i an I n . I nil ttl ought liluiHlf a bfntrman tlan 1 I Ke) ' M iinv rate a vaeaner o riirrlnv InilimlliM . liiwlUh lu wis emilm 1 nh rtly uft r Id es Ii w 1 re 1 1 iik an I insti no of tn Hi if hi r mi innlail ! thrni hiiieertlu. ivnltauts nn tho I tt ioir(hiiiral he t v k hN frlen I ten I ulth I i ir I in il b ui 1 w lit din etl 1 1 the I rel I nl wli liiirilhls It thr ree nu nrti linv hN file u I 1 itftl c e I the I ( Minn -It r ml mid icqurtci 1 III I illllllMlt 1 111 An.iufHlil I lin 1 1. li p t i enl In nine buea i the v i unci iUu I ml iiiiiivthiiL re iimci tel um ther t eron mux erlemeUlrk of 1 lHh ut II1 civil Mrvlitiuine hiheruanl eomietitlve ei amfiiHtl n was or lend fhy IrcKilunitf i four ir I lilir live an l tie It rk ninetv live r net ur Tin I thin llkiiinia !utlie mm miixIiiiI a teiiiKiar cU ik an I aligned to d itv f r one ii nib J on t it list remaliiiHl In ofttae until est r la iu lievtas mi I I i ly lounei I fir eaii-e Miienwlilk liMrlo I Khobs lm I tl nnL. h hik rar I l ibail . I I vn I mr li rt t.i m 1 lm t Slum ilNM u, lil lefordUMju l r s mu time) p t there lnoi Ihh n reanon to mis ectllmtsiiimhate leen urloine I from the regis ie 1 ktter division of thu lien ral Pmtonue an I m jul nilleirs wire tst l work uii Iheiarte tn) fiuntthal tiiMkuhal Utn helling hlaiuis II iiliai tltv aliOlll tl l i ltt mil imililiirliv hki tin i iiiisi lown up n him an I f mid anuantltv i up Mcrclc.il hi hi bos mi The matter ah rled t Vintinahlrir Cioneral K an.l iiimrilii M F istiiereeeheda note stating tl at lii .trvlccj wvi UilDugei required by tho Oorarnment FORTIT-FIFTII COF.UKSS. firs ATP MoNDiy. October n 77 At 12 m precisely lee l'mst lent II 1- ELI U came in and with a single that of the mallet -tleiiced the hum of the throng an 1 tho Chaplain, Iter HyMn Sunde rland olTe re I an opening prajer un very few esee tl mis all tho Senators were In their scan when the LkkI) was called to order The Chaplain alluded feelingly to tho Illness of -mni r Monro ami tho death orsenator Hooy The proclamation of tho President calling the special aesslon was read Mr HVMIIN oflcred an order Mhleh w a lopted that until further onlvred the hour of meet n? snail Ito all? in li v Mr Till KMANrpresentMthecredent1alorIton Uiiley Mnllhews as Heiialor from Ohio to fill thouncxi Iml term of Senator urnvu Mr V MI CE presented tho credentials of J Prtnald Cameron u Senator fr m I enurlraula bi fill tho unexnlreil term ofS n Uor Simon C ammiov i. tT,, !?,lK"HI' presentel tho eredoutlala of PiirMII Armstrong ofMiwourl to fill the unex 1 1 red terra caeiMxl by the dc ath of Senator ltouy Krw sfvators sworn itt. The three gentlemen ramo frnvard tothoMcc I resl tent s dek and took the oath of office Mr ANTHONY oderela rcolntlon which was a lODtt'd that S P immlltiM nflnnU iiniinli,in.l in J fn a similar committee or the Hoe t iwalt uton thetreslUntandfiifirin him that tho Senate wn in session anu ready to receh o any communication he mliht rhoovj to make Tho eilAIlt appointed Messrs. A MTnonr and HWAHt Mr KDMtTND nO. rml manlnllnn ll.at tl.. Stan Un an I rllier tiiiiinililot(ir ilm Hxniiii li v. VlVCl ail 1 fOntlunoil until nirtlitFr.vlne. 1 l.v it. Ntiaic He sail that thero were scvcrAl vaeanelea i'i mi i-uunuiiiexf dui me coma i nNclwin.u ever the Senate chofetn order it If ther were re vlvevl and continued ns thenow exIhU 1 thowork or the session eout I go on until changes were or (lerejiati MpanpMi , At the suggestion or Mr Tiicrmas tho resolution was al I over till to-morrow Mr W II TI- mot Oil ItiAl Ihn RaimiIa ui. . M,. till io clock to allow the eommltteo to wait uikiii the Presi lent to ierforin that duty and report to the Senate Mr CONKI INO suggested that as tho committee could not ntt till the House had organized and as that might consume much time an I nothing nml 1 yv hiuiiii iiamii i i uay iir VV11VTK U10UII1 his motion Into one nf adjournment. No eil liTtloil tiolnir tiu In nn mr.M-.ti nf (oxKllxu the Senate atlip m . adjourned tilt jioi r of KtvnmhTtTti t s At precisely 12 o'clock Mr Gcowe M dims Clerk of the ltou-o In the forty fourth Cougreas ealleil the House to order, and baI.1 ' On the 6th day of Ma lust the I real lent of the Lulled -taies issued Um following pmclamatum Ho then real the PrcaMcnta roclamotlon eon ventngCongrew In extra session and salt 'Tho time thus designated by tho ructniiiall m hnrlnc arrived the ( lerk of the lost House w HI call the roll as pn-se rlbed by Uw ' The roll was tlu ii culled by Plates eommenelng with tho Male of Maine Hit members responding THFLOIISIAXA t KT9. When tl o Plate of Louisiana um renrlml t VnAls salt there wero threo sets or ere lentlals mini inniruiee siiniri reperiiveiy ov HeUiery Kclloinr an I NlrbvN He hillevxt ihn Kinhnl. eertldeate tolw thennesee mphlng with the law In every respe ct nnd ha I accordingly I laced tho iiniuvi tvi iiiivu vj viur iiviiMlS nil UIO roil FLORID V A similar explsnatlou was made In relation to tho names from Kl rlda. Tho recount umkr the or ut ui in n ipri-mc -iiiri ni inni rtate Zltnd shown that Mr IUVio-on 1ml received n maj rlty of the votes ant was elected us I ej resentativo f-nrn the UrstdNtrict The reeeunt nlso shoned that Mr Unlej ha 1 received a maj rity nfall tho v otes. but tlie canvass ha I Inelii led the votes of a countr which had been rejected on the first can vast which bj the law of Mori la as Interpreted h tho tiunri me C o irl nf tlinl htaiA u iitA..i Hw had thereforo j laeel on the roll tho name of U DinilL, M I VI U I Mill IIJ I.IU i"li'nis. COLORADO Mr AoAMSial 1 he bwd renolie.1 11 rrnitt- oi j im uon iun iteprecniaiivo!Tom Colorado, signet bv Clov Knutt and a pniteit slmieel I v Mr latlersoii The ( lerk was of theontnion that tim laws of the United Mates and of Colors lo re litlred an election to bo held in November As Mr I at tenon had presented no roper credentials he pre ferred to submit the ouestlon to the House alter its organization an 1 had placed neither name on the soli Mr II Lr Mil I lie ro c ti a question of v cry high imnKT- i.hi.i'ii-muii ui mo i iv ii i ui k meinueria Is seat In the It nine nml kvlreil in htra r, ,.! - ol u I Ion wlili h he nIT red Mr U noD made the point of order thnt no mo- ei'Mi nn in ormr niiui ine nouse was orgnnlrcd The Clerk said Mr IlAir miiitl.iiwir.ihnnn epiorum had as etleen developed Mr II I Inquired how many memliera hsl an svti red to their names and tf there was a quorum of tho Houethat had respon led 1 he t lerk said there had J87 members responde 1 more than a quorum vir oiniumneu mac me House now proceed loth election or a Wreaker and on this he de limit leit tb prov lous qurstlon Mr IIAI r aknt Hut hlarcsoluthn lie read In or Ur that he might havo the ruling or the Chair upon It new member aroso and aked to be recorded as present : Mr s A lliiint,Es,of the Tenth Icnnijl vanla litrlrt ' Mr II I K sal 1 Ihe II mse ha 1 llstone 1 to the ex pUnatlon of tho (lerk In three cases and ho dl I not know bat right thot lerk had to the patience an 1 timet fllie Ho iie that a member had not, Mr COX renewed the point of orJer that no bust ness wa In i nler till the Hmi-e was organlreil Mr ll)H SAl i he UouM nurmll llmranlmlAni tile real for Information, reserving tho point of or 1 ir 1 he resolution was then rea 1 That WhereULS J (1 ILlfonl nriunt ltinr.nK tifleate of elirtlnn a a memliop if iti Pnn, rti. congress from the siate of Colora I and whereas the Clerk oftho Houm of Ilepresmtatliea of tho 117 i niin niiinii"! una wruuii ie sain rerun cue therely without law exereHng tho right and au th irltv that belongs to the House iherefire rrwlxri That the name or J M rattcrson Io stricken from the roll and that the name of J tl nelfo-lbuln-crtcd As the name or Mr rATTKRsot ha 1 been left ofT the roll therecolutloniroyokedaome merriment during which Mr H VI K said he would amend his resolution In thlsreMH-ct Mr COX made the point nf order that the Clerk ha 1 the exe 1 nlve control or the roll till Ihe House was organized Ihe (lerk ald the motion was to strike out a name that was not there and insert a name that lm I heenomlttpd The p lint of order made by Mr Cox was bus tatnel Mr 1IAIF appealed from tliii decision ANOTHFR FXrLAVlTIOV. Mr Anois aal I bo had ruled the motion out of order for two n asons I- Irst that It was not com potent fir the mem1cr elett to Instruct the Clerk In the perf rmanceot the duty Imposed upon him h; Uw and wonl Iiaue there waa a question of higher privilege pending from that dtelslon the member from Maine hat appe ale 1 The Clerk regretted to npnear lo nrr gate to himself authority not veMcd In him Iftho only question was ono or irlorlty bi iween the two motiens be would submit It to the Hmw tut an at Htlonat qiitlion was In volved-whetter tie t erk could do what he was b Uw f irlil len lo do If he coul 1 Insert a name ha coul 1 Mrlke ofl a name au I there was no I lace where IT ho nnce Ugiin heron! t flop l-orthtfte reasons he dl 1 ml think that un ter hfs nath or office he would lie JuMlrled In s ibmlttlnr tho an- rj il t ill a limn. Hu thn nut tie quest Ion on seconding tho mo liOl n e f Mr V eviu an 1 de e lared It seeon ted Mr II A I 1- Inn ITI 1 I frlli r whlrh iri nr den I nn I Mewr Hai r nn t Wimn were appointed tel cm and Hit vote resulted jeas 1 10- nayi 129, MICTIOV OF A Sp VkFR Mr rhMUln nnlnate 1 f r Ppeaker or the House of He preventatives fir tho r irl) tilth ugpiw Kami n J IUmhii a liej rewentallvo from tho Htateof Iiiinyhnnla Mr 1UIK nomluaUiI In the same word Mr llAttWHO of Ohio l tie ( icrfc at imitiU'.i as t Hers Mes rs ( tv Mi n of 1 1 mifciHnnlii llivxivi nrfilili t-mtT r,r nii.,ia ai I 1-U4TFK Ofl )1 lo The r 11 W ik Hie rnlh I t v mil nf lliu ru lino cU rka!ir tlie last HrtiiM Mr Icltlt an I the main Ur von 1 fir the mud 1st a i hi tore Mr MiMUt on behalf of llu I Hers annotit eed that lure lis I Ik ii J! VuUm eat of uh'tli Mr Ham am 1ml rectlvnl 119 au 1 Mr diiiHun IW Villi's Mr I'VMjtII batlnif rxeilvtl a mat ,rUv i t all the V Us wen the ioii el i Ure I lytbiClerk et I WJ t ikir ofthe II i loof I i reriUtln Meii rs li ki in i ii un 1 1 u i i un. nrid ii.itin emiluetth S"i.l rileit Vt lie I .Ir and Mr seeiilfieservkt ulmliil terel the oath osreiulred wiih um iei gme i ie i mi uur in "" Mr VKin KVNHVII H KIMII liFVTIFMFVOr-Tltr KulSK Of ItMI-rarVTATIVIJi irlht am nltfmel viiiurKtmroslty tubeeiiiiirl ilhu ligullv ofhpt iter of Oils H hi-m I Hi ink vni 'lib a grab ful heart I shall en Iraw.r whh evi n (ifvti i-mpv m.'Tin- Km ri.vfttici.i.t.... 1 1 run li ui) er an I rlci 1 llnnne I i-rf rm tl e lutles of niu una ait 1 rrxiioiHin iHunte j) in ii rot ll lei 1 I rini I III lilt) I J un ler e In. i instances li 1k rioiiely deitmn Hi g (but alleonlleittl1oiis of e Ism ,ee.tIon in 1 1 arty tbsll 1 fiiliorlli ntt 1 tu tho loftier and moroiatrl tie 1 1 iiiiirniiiiLr inv kru in ti a r.j r .lliiliPiT ll,,.r.".d I ,. Z.T,, "','l' "HWhUwIf-l Thir. you aaf i I coul In t .hoot f , ii.i..m.,:i.il ' a ! m. llll)rili I- Ulr i, r,u,Mn t i part to Heme bring I III. Iiamof liernoT ." f''iV. ........ ,. "."." " n"t" iiuwiiiiii mm im hu nurc ana unjti ! mi ii en ii ui recognize as mi nr tlie Jr" t.o u tae ouni ot sona Laroiina proeiueea i wlniecntitiU) anl iupeoile i a biuhcliorinoii MrVln1 7M,0Xbuihela "NXV 9 T".ElMI: T2 8EII' LADIES eime the tdjoununini in AdmlnUtm on bii ndleonpee Bfift.oiM buihels iTio lotted States ont sand CbUdrens Cm! off Wearing Ap been Indicted Into office wh eh Is obeyed as the can twliiiwlth rr le to "ibV faat thai in the list P'1 Bon,J5ftr.,r?i,ja txordlnarylji oJb iffiisrarMyWThtf ,isjif sapafest Wiy &&Xk. si-Jgy b'tJwBiIr'l0'..,ru Pftirfotlsm, delrhg flnt the public tranquillity under the law shout 1 frankly -,,-..,, Y"' mi) niiiveni snu permanent poucy iook tug to the toini let i aelflcailon and the advance mem or roii'tiiuthnnl methods or the general welfare An 1 It shoul I )e your sacred duty to provide legislation which wllf render Impossible a repetition ofthe wrongs which have occurred and or tho dangers which threaten us I assume vou will take no step )Ackwar 1 In the work or retrench ment and rerrm so ausplcl msly begun by the Ust Home and that j ou will mature a de rinlto l Ian r r the regulation of tho eipeudlturcs of thoCJorern ment Itiseeruln that a still greater reeluctlon can be male without Impairing tho eltlelencyof tho A I ministration. To have au honest Administration It should be frugal Never beftre was It more urgent than now With general financial distress an 1 UUir depressed wlun Ihe Iron rule of harl necessity darkens every h me in tho land, ex trav aj.ancc on tlio i art of tho peot le i ten ants Is an uni ar tonablo crime It Is partlv teAiio or this unwholesome policy so falthfull) carried out that li ". rTH livitl l.lllf rnVT IIUJ'IIIH !at confidence au 1 repect will a ibslst Itetwren Ihelliuje anlluprelingnffleor I nm now ready to take the oath prescrlbeeTby law Applause J MIMRERS IWORf If, to aecommod c thcinclvea to tha space in fr mt or tnp.N'eake r an 1 wire sworn In by tho Ppeaker VV hni Vtix.ra I iiu hi.. I ( .r u....ii. rt.aA ....... -.,,n iii nini ItAIIAI. VI fuuiu niu Una presented themelves Mr cox ,f -..ikhi thai they stan 1 aside until those n H obje eteil to ha I lieen sworn In .Mr cox also aked that Mr DiRRALL,of U., stand ah) I Mr mfc 0r Me , iwkcd that J D Ft am and K. Ke n RT-nf or Ia , stand nM lo Mr HIlllNill.it r n ui n,.i st. iin-m-. -------- .-..m Va , KVI .bl I I'll I ALIIUU of (au stand al le ineoattialmfuliUredby the Ppeaker was what is known as the 'Iron ela 1 ualhwheucvor It coul I n.wiin,iiMiin; iiunnin.ti imui ill rucn Ci-HI M tho meniUrs-elett tuuld not tako tho former SnTYOETOOkTlII MODIFirO OATH, i Mr,, 9i Ml-It, or I a, offered a res iluiloii. saying ho did an to ex nil I ate tho organlintlon oftho 11 nine thnt lty rgu M AeUms 3 (l Thnmiwin JohiiW Vok James M Ptewnrt and llev Dr John V puisal to deelareel elei led to the offires of clerk sergeant al arms doorkeeper, postmaster an J chaplain respectively Mr H VI t offert 1 an amendment substituting tho names of tho Kcpublkau caucus nominees The amendment was rejected, and the resolution a lopted On motion of Mr MOKKISON the clerk was dl recteltonoiiry the Senate that the Homo was organise and ready to proceed to business ii motion or Mr UOOUr of ft a eommltteo orthrco waaorderedtoj ln tlie com in it tee of the Senate to notify the I resl lent that Iho two hmses lis I a quorum i rvtnt an 1 were reaty to receive anv communication that he might be pleased to IheCItWH appointed as members or this com mttlcuMcur C(otiDE,of a .avlek of Ohio, and (lAiiMrtti or Ohio ' Mr BUIflllT or Tenn offered a resolution that the members proceed to draw seals for the Fortv fifth Congress at ono o clock to-morrow Mr SOITHAHD of Ohio ni wed to amen 1 by Inserting 4 p m to d) which was accepted bv Mr Hkioiit audttiflrcsolulionasameudedadoitcd by the Houe Mr fiiitlNcint f in morcit that Mr A H STnurs,ofeu m i Kjuev oria nndl-KR amkoou of V be permitted to lelcctscala ben re the drawing commenced Mr MMTHAItl) or Ohio moved to aid the name of Mr K 8 tox.orN Tho several names wcruagned to Mr U)I11N() or Mas asked that the name or flcn IlANKsanl Mr Townsfm of that the name of Mr l'ATTrn-iH of N , bo aided to the list, which vi oa agree 1 to A rece fmm Tl to 3 A p m was Uken to allow tho clerks to m i are tho ballots A L0TTUl DR1WINO rER MAT WINS A IRI7I Tlie five minutes lief .re I p m were spent In ar ranging preliminaries T r tho drawing of seats nn 1 shortly after 4 the drawing of the names coin men cc I The t1tt name drawn was Mr M A c an DIIK of (Is who selected his Ol i nnl Mr (Iiu nun wasthoslxlh name called an I ho tk his seal mar Mr Kutrv who ha t chosen In a hanei ins oi l seat on tne l(ei ubllcan s le Mr (loopR, of . n-tBiMiiunii iniij iiio iii5i nantenrnwu wostliot ofFriA IHntov Ihe drawing which cupledanhouranda hat f was with thocsrep tlon i of a few humorous Incl lents a vcr) tiresome On motion or Mr COK or N V the hour of 12 m was lUed as the hour or dslly meeting and on motion of Mr 1 1 TTKH L, or Col , the House at 5Wpm adjourned Hotel Arrivals Mrt pntttau W T C rties and II B Citrnti I hllavlelp if K e HnllHiHlA Tucker Ni V John eiaiiK-e Al lineeiHiigeean I Annabel Cn n ImwI n Frank V hhrl t in an I wlfr 1 hllmMi Hi" a V PaleMd II Ammldiur N "V K p'ct liowman, rt C Jno l ulrfis nnd James J VV h I U 11 e has. uoyle, Nevada, D rroombty.uhlo IhomasW. K ler o. Anfl iKif -Hon James flrsnt lown Hon Frank Keren nl W a Hon, T) M Armstrong Hi IuK U.l.1 M eisrner W a Wm I Marshidl M Iuft N I- 11 mil am lork, list hi Anlren Williams NT l II C Jliwer illy M O U rnian V Ji i.i Ilinl N Yt It e While Md U D llltrhmlc V H N James H Norli a II Honimcr. 1 hltiuli I. pliln nnltleaRItoblnsiin Mich. ' ni"wlM AY J UrUun Jfc n Caswell anl dauchtirs v at Jolm C W bite 111 i a lleerher (V.nn t A LiilU J,V Helll) II II ill. r, CI u itoof and Alex C-onkiln I?. 1 J A Wllnon Chi ago 11 I, werne anlwlf ai 1 tleorre Corcoran ant wife PlilltrielnlilN ILltiwh Mr and Mrs. n I MeClinn1and Mllion Hhdii, i .i I I II ylyan-IP II in nt .KI lUminVt A I ej itler KilTalo I W Alitln Tenn John U llarrell Ain. lliMrlmf Hurt it nit v ... n u...k b;r, Ml, mill Hon Wne. Hintks wffitlal reinirter IIn-turitereseiiUt1ves,NASJi. Ail witon - H. HI dhoiT Walk Ins j V A fel.e) N J H II Freneli Inir Island Mtenilev. KCI tusin Ilenrv Faxon I a wee If 0,.7, N Vl . trlenrt Cliulnna I lleneral 11 Il Mnry V H. At Mr. It hhiHon Hint M mimI ler IIimi u M r evixnndwle llrookhn c, IL VV rlthl Ilulidelfhl KJ Oltelllej F J llwe llrooklin ci II llilnlwl lull f Uer IrVrkk 1 lliichiiseii N J II Itemaen N II '"''-IriJiii Mlieh II Mil Oenersl iivuuiirr iir i it iNiK, iiarietOII Mr iinn ii iviiiiiinni iienrrni C inim nlore llu tin in N V i' i. nuwieipi it Mr A I leiilleton, VV esl Imln a Hon lt(4oeCtnk,lli ir N rotiwe-T IL leillle Newark N Tj Ho 1 II Hamlin M lie- Y h (linen, Ir ty N lit (Jen A I Hn.Vi,h ,lel' K.M.. l ' . ". N " n M,nn M Han III ily II W llnnls lit Ilrl Igswaler. Maas.t J ( rtfeinoir r HIiIhIh Nrwiib t i. I u. i,. Cliiouri tlon 1 H nnriaidsoii ls Veuss Hi lion J J rjenni n Peter in rg m M V. hum nan Mill d-1, bit ( N rt 1 8lrva ruitlmoJTj MuMal in IT n N J W llr m ks. Cambrt l,e 8 ! Kern. Ileuilon lexui It t MeCnmli IMiewar w.1' Wwitl IhlMtelphta, VV VV fkadi-.UK ) II Hi nu id rew York . rvfcW-l V Mavroj M II Hatch J W P.Ney, N Mini (l I Mul xn t-rftnihc? Hon. u vv' Ila yelloii.WU Celt 1 llirr If M It M II. n J VV Tliirnliirif femi.J Ifatniiun llirllnglon i VV Ifc ItHlHMii Marietta Olio Ia nls II itler InHm I ram-e I h lmas lliililnsoii i lut II V urker PJillaU m. Collins. ni laha D A , NmpYr I hi a A II I Urh aidwlr Itroiklin VV U w bite, ulie and iIhiir! ter Hnn-lo J Merribew Phila. A v CI Irl! ra .r "Vis. A '.! A- "'.I T, U K N . A. I 1 1 1 oens H.ket P. I oeii W Itirnfil, V J IliiwreM N Hen CI A fiber nun ( ov II (' Winmiii r. t i ii- bern IhltHt J e HillHan I H N T Hnlin nnoivuie iwn B il il inn ira hiiI J H Alder mjn I.A..L11L t II llllth.. V.b..l. ..i.i t. .v.. ......n. m H - lilirj imviH I'll ITI ' mill 11 Un (In liuiatl K (1 lrKts keokik V I- VVuikli, nmnuiuir Jir. Mild Aim, JSIArtl UUinrle. U Morse N ' IIWtrr- ILMenurt Nework W J Fulan AorthluroPiiH r It lliniliw lliiieiimla ( Ai JV ,Cr Orlwiiw (Mill k Clurte MidMr md "lV J,' W"'1" v.'K MIhs Marie ttuln wrlrtl lllfiiodfiiiiiimiv I n Uiwuia ,, m iMfiiiniii nfi ii ii ii ii iiimnia fitj- K II I ii 1 iw. C am len N J t Mr an 1 Mr. I Hlpl In llanaiMi II", Mr CI I'lry I I Wesle CleiUlid O C isriwi in., iiiR.il ihrNiinifi lAiiimnR p Haven VV It K err Ml I A Ilrilmll IV nrtl fl If Ulrfl- Hontn lrolliiH. rti(i-H ii I Hamilton and wife MoMle.Ala.! ruin N V j Mry I m I'et el lljan. tx Bl Wllf 11(11 lllMt, WTFU r Ip. gmni r ireku, m . j 11 Woudsard and laly hprimll-lt V H hint 1 Hi Ixiuu Mo. J A Hmttli I ill 1 J M Hervis. elij) V ( Meniar V att Hiow N N ; (I w Jli.lirell Herat ton Pa.i H lerrr aulMire.Ctlniiibu H ( 1 tleoncs Hney ti V 1 Hon J J filler Jim A U Muislmll and wife, Mohawk N J J Ttmil. lovlik-ton Kyj A. J CaSMid Aeis Orleans A Wl keral an Plillu. J-VAAV THIS (IS. What hi home without nn ohelisk TllK Chicago Tnluis calls It tho fit TnU GtuttwtU Tin- right nlaie for tramtw tha Inud mill Iluluiffhki IluUiHn. not to rf heat en ' My doll can open her ijni ij nuii iivi ir anues tiers 1 A wao suggests that a sulbihle openlnit fir man) c holm should be, Jrd Jiave mercy onus, uifrrable sh gi rs At Marlon Mass , the other dir, MI-w Inev M NjPiiMiu I led to Hiram Ne This is literally a Njclora Nye IltrttH Juintcriit (ii.oRou negro preacher to his llotk Wo haveacollet t ou to imke this unfiling and f r thegl rr 'fbeaieu wlilchever f ) m stile Ir Muith s klu ep don t j ut anything ou tho 1 Isle Ovthi persons of threo su-pltlous charac- tl r- I l( kl 1 llu bv III! I 111 t 1 hlfl-flill Ui m 1 nimn I roving them lo bo savings b ink (r oldtiits tl ey ni imgiiiiuiinai ll'luiMliUll iroill tlllt tlL I " ' tnjiirrr IHH IIWIS lllim HMIUI in fit 1lUIS, 1 HI whl'h ten miles of satntage two I arrels of 1 l,,,r krut t'n bushel ef lauenkes and other Mhlhaeles were I rovid. I We should bay tl at It 1 Hi v had a Yvunit festival in Rt IjiiiIs. tlie Unret fettlsl ho ever beard of Amatkur aportsuiun reinrua lu triumph . I. ruoiiu ino Dornor AtiaitT . lnetoed. la tlio Deanut eron In tha I ..... ... ..'.. . ' I L- OA"1 -1 " " ' i "ra USAXU1 AND COMJthHCE. llnance Ths mib-lreasury balances tn Nssr York yesterday were- Oold l(B,w5i 1. Currency, U jso ! 1 The wh-Treamrer mid out on aceoiinl or Intenst an,ouos an 1 for bon Is f m on. l nstoms reee1 t S.1 A.CW0. In New ork yesterday money was offered at 5. r xe bange aleauly at 4sl a ld strong IW( llnteii for carrying range-1 troni 3 to 4 tlonsVPr,,n,nl bo"''' flrm l th ',low'n I"01 !2S-nw - IMNewrlvr: rs Rtate bonds dull Teiinetwefls old el . new ... ." aeries-, Virginia sixes . do. new d(V eniiaul 4'V Smith Carolina new Jsl iii'nuuri m j , to itHt.Jo M I0V , Louisiana 6 . M ai do. new...... M Ievee s s M Ivee N s Ml do deferred ht (leorrlnS'a . ii do T """" 110 "? "ol 1 bon Is 1I Norlti Carolina ol t I7J Nffllh I 'n ml Inn nu. a , Alat uni As as Arkansas a a u . rs -1o M rl.L (Vn .. North (rollna h.Irx Vi H.llllhripnllna nil ." South Carolina nil it Hold . oo Apxuet an ih7l!J lf"Tlnf arerneppenmr and closing rates frr itftC1.?10" a-telegrapheltoH l Coukelr.A Co. from the Aew ork 8iJck Kicliant- 8lvck EsclianKW tiharrt Ofmxlno Cbntni oM Jirtees, pt ler PaelHe Vll Western I inon n Clnrnosn I Norilinesiern M flo . . do. prefrrred Si SIS " 4 (17 .1 Httlnt Paul 4sm ia prenrrt m C f en 1 1 O .... . m f'e . 21JSJ0 llnnnlbrel an I Nt Joseph I-nkeMhnre . . SI"si New i rk (feniral . ii 11 V niitn an I Dllsslsslt pLw IV-1 1. ' """ I n on I iirirti MrClilimii C Vol ml s io lielnnareati I Hudson m 4 1ml JenevCVn ral 1 a Ile1awa.rn tjuk in,) U uion. ji t,i (lot I lo carry . .... , .... Monev . Uolrt . , IO-i fVecurltlc Buying tT Kslves isst reentered rlve-twenlles J au I J , isav Hve-twentlfs J an I J , I17 rlvtblwfiiilloa. J an I .1 tun tin, imiV IdH 7 Ten ft men. New five per renU m Currency lines tiuxrens Kiiarauteeil S-A.1 s . 4 percent V H. bon la . eiMTCilll tT H. hnnda r 1MV 74 71S 10-1. Ir- r irelirn sehanges. Three-day bill- M -M. m Hlxtr-dav bills Commerce. IlAtTIMORr- fVt llranllnn H.ilt n4 l.i dhua lisrii "e. ""' miu riouraieiuiy imwaM Hlreetant Western super huAdi. extra fVJsui, do ramlly, Sn.visrt.s.or ( liy tl I mmr Slrfidi ln ui, i'ahi.l .1- ,. I rands 2Vfr ftto,nf,Vi. '" " "" " "al-'-o ittiern strong and dunand good Wed r,l,ul.lViV..,,., lower H"hern red x-l to prime (MM1V1 iht. amber tlvMrfl.T VV etitern jieimer imml ally l ti, do No. t winter reil sim t lt " NoveraU,r ' -' 0.8wlnurred (orn-rkntbern sleaily Western dull and lower Hoithern wl lie. lUk- 1I0 lelliw h3rt04.- Wesiirn iiseo simt nnl ehlober Ase- NovemUr, tW4r Ie- llllM r II d I r Dew. liN'.f- nlmmnr A it Oats linn Hoitlern,(h- VVe-stern white, jlk- itye s ei) nt irfb t liar dllll Martlalnl nnd IVnnirti ink .,.!. (irl.' ' -"" " ..! nh "?.m and quiet ontertrode arllve Torlt. fll. Hulk Meats INeie ahoul lirL(iiar clear rlo Mies 1Us.1t inckeel 8rtSe Iliui n-Rlionldera ltlrtnlwiOV " "" '-O'so lra It Ute r-t nnl v grades searee aud firm low medium di lanlmiiil iat c tore Win ern sifnic I tftroleunidull irule Answer refined IV "i, Jl'li-t and Mewl)- Illo cargoes, lliilt- WliLtky ifill'at fl III, HutfHr steal at 10 e lleveh Is-Hour 4"ir wheat W TOO; corn mm -ill. ')r "hlpmeuls-VVIieat Augf nrn Nkw York Oct, IV-CTotton dutl and easier un UnHII'.r OrleaiH ll',e Hales & 1 hales Cinsnll ilAlsl net reeelK 0017 boles. I viort-Ureat llrltatn W$ trance, 113 continent 4.&A clmnnel I OAbdwi noiirstill In buyers favor continuing dull No." axiK4.S4 sipirflne Weiern an I Htate SllOdlKi ennimnn to c o I esir 1 VV extern andHiiite. slAVtiUsii SkhM lehoteedo SVBVts, common loebol-enl Ite beat Western estra inivrf- rnnevdo rorfrtsni enmmm to good estra CMIo f3ftVti7'"V. n minnn to choice esira Ht ImiIs SV7,sjwr atent Mli nenoia extra rood tnirlme S7an-iR.7V, eholretodnunleestru HiKin.al market rlosing dull Hoinbern Hour I eav 1 i-nuimonto lair extra VD0(gA4tf' good to choice da, m fl mr steady- SICUIO for auperllne Blate- M.7504 f ir Weatrrn r (Vinimesl iinchnnjrd Wheat dull and 12. Iiwer fl "8 fbrNew nrlco Ssprinr UK. . for New nrk No 1 spring- SMI r r No 3 Milwaukee flJOfor 2 MIlwuikA- fl 1 for New nrt So 2 wli ter red l 4' lor New ork No. 1 winter n-d 1W for white Male (154, for extra m llyedull Western nominal at trK-Oe; 2io.lNtBtet llartey d ill ant 1 earyi sis rowed Rtate r"Tci tanaoa s mi trer fe -ding fido Jlirley malt dull and Ui elinng il Cirn c lonert 5S',ra.B0o for iinaro'lel Western mllfd. Oik. fill h Lrli lnlruil S1LC, ji n r. k...... 1 ..-1. Huirnrqillet with with '.edeeilne- s4e f rfalrtognod ' r 1 rime; Mutrnvadt,H rSNe Hetlnnl l". ',e for stmrtarl A lMlu'c tor lO'.c fur nondnrMl ni.fW.li'.i r itiii ins s',e r with fair tri Kran iiaieu er Mied lreljlitsto Kverponl sbaile firmer cotton fi-lOd per steamer w heal 9 4CvO ,d er sti ainer jlllrNN JV-OnMondav (Vtobor IV 1S77 ntieoa tn JAtii) llHr"4VAV ol lent sun or Palrlek nnd Ilia I ue Mary Anns Jlnnuan In the sixteenth jear of I Im uw ' lunerat from lha resllenceof his fiitber, 40s Urst street norlhueat, on Wednendsy morning at v IAI On October II IS7 at 10-4V oiloekn ui annr a lomi and painful lllues Ahum, tib Mi ikK-oiHrK lNiri, In the twenty-sUtb enrorhhage leaving y win aid one Hill Hie frlen Is or his famllv tire rep iHfully Inv lied to atlei d hi rtineral from the renl tenre 01 his fiithtr lleorge I Ijuigler IlllT street northneit, Wedaes. day at ten o clink a in. IlAItm It -On h in lav evening the Hth of Oeto YJW 'a"?,ifMwt ft ur Of lerk JtMKrH IUmsfb In iht eluliileib year of his nve . "'" and rrlen Is are reApertfuPr Invlle-l to at tend his intra! froTi tbe rexldenceorhls sun In Uw Hertiar I del r No. 1 21 H street liemeen rwilfth mil Ililrti-emh streets nert hen-it on Wediesdny morning at 0 o clock Ileqnlem Mass at Ht Marys tliurcb ' .iJN-,?t"?"ll!y,norOrt0b,,r ,87 f InfUmma Honor the biwt Is HaiihvN sew nd ain of l-mlile and 1 1 nd lens Jnm-a and grundnoo or James H Jli asedliurleen jerre lliefnnerawllltake pla-e from Ihe real lenee of hlsparent M t street soithwett uuluetMlsy at 3 orl ,-k iTlenla and rdnllves of the family are In v lied to atteril. HTARKF.-nn Ihe Hlh of Oelotr I8H, at Ihe tlilrieeuili j er of her ajr nun ril wij take 1 lace on Wi-lne-dir at 2 n clock n-i ni 1 tl re den or lifr parents ( harles and Jane Hiarke First street between Band Cm uihweat No titu'd th fm,,y rt 'I'Wtfully mvlied WANT -On October H !77 from dhbthera. Ahtiii n Tiuiik. helovet ait t r Wsl er H anJ Mary Plant weed tenersand iwomontha, IIAnilWTI- H -On Huidiy O tcber II 1S77 at 7 nclo ka.111 ImmihaO , bMoved wife of William U HardeMer a(wl th riy five years ten inoiuba and twelve davs, arjerH short nn 1 pulnful Illness whltb Mhe bore with (lirMma rirtllu le. Kebillvea and frlen N are reaect fully luUtedtOnt ti n 1 the funeral from her late n sldencr I ai I at rest Houibeost on luesday, the Ifltb hislaut at 3 ocluek p ni FrAT-pnO lober 14 1I"7 froi idl h 1 erla Aunik Mahhuaii IteioveddAUliierofVVallerS. and Mary FUiit Inhertlilne ntlijear Krlt-n lsofthorainlly will Httendher funeral from M I airkka church on Tuesday morning at lea oelmk IIFRllYMANT -On Rundiv morning Hth Inst at tlerealdenreof ler father 41 Hevenili street an 1P1 west ut nhoiit hair j 1st six oclwk Many k iisiia duughtrr or 1-sroy H ana the lute Mary Ih rryman ' Hur remains will be tsken to St iMmlnlcka entire h a id tl em Mo 5liii t Dll et ten it-rv f r in ternifiit Ilelutlves an 1 frit n Is are reii e tfnlh In v lied to attend the funeral at Socle k 1 uewday morn trMi:icTiKi:its. R. W. BARKER, Cabinetmaker and Undertaker, .NO OU MM I MM STHM-T N W, if Bodies Jjnbalmed and repired for transporla tlon at tl sborleet notice ny;3 R. F. HARVEY, No. 934 F Street Northwest. J bar. aertirrd II a aprylep, of tb. niWT UI IIA I . IW In 11 co il tr mtiJl THE JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT Or TIIK KMUBUCAlt OlMtE Is renire4 lo do all kinds of mercantile printing at prices t but defy competition ocll-lf ItOOTIN I'On HKIVT. A AA-rttisetamr inrM M tS tfenarOTtrni Utti iyreoyvrtintin IU 4 tfannm tf tofie Annas wp placard Fy printer condmaaheA ytmr ndeertfrwieril V?ium cotirh'tV em for ac H17 JFIFT."r.8TRE"rN0KTmvE9T- . (,IInu,Mn,''y ruMilahed sutteor psrtmrnta on tlm fl mr ocievit 4-7 (1 ,,' T..TY.LVA'PA amoiTiiiaK nlrallng pjrlnni r rnnt.will niriiblicd .ul In ,r.l. lnlcir.IT Mr., o. II ihiWAMU o?ii Full HKNT-MI-MIIKIli III -O0llK."S TAH (I (An rami with orwlllimil biari tdtfo tn Hrctnl Mrtct Boiitl tMl, one nqtiare torn (anltvl Krtmil oclltu Ofl'l f l,T'11 T-Tn BOI TH FnONT COW Ut MltMlATIHII I100MS .rr rtiWr.HI. Tor (I m.lnbfr or t onttn M Ain't nth.r rix ni. for rrntltw ni.ti only, convrnWitt Ibr taklag tli. U.U jtooini ljr ttl. rt.y, wrfl or moot,. nrl Mt IJVJHHKNT-IUKIMI FNHU1TI MANDSOMFLV nirtilHhtvl lnnrlvnt.dUlnir.lTOlKtr.tnnrtn. wr.t opiioalt. Franklin Mquarp Jtourdlni cnn.o. nlpiit. ocl TT,0,'V rT 1221 (I STRl-tT, AT TIIF IIE4I I-KI''mi"?,"l,,fr",lll nnl "iIpihIM ldMIMH, li.1 "I",!"",!' l' """I "i Imtrci m.nt.ltr 5TTiir'ipl T'.li l-rr-n, til II ,lr,M M..n T.innn I Tlilrtumli .trmt, norllmi.t oclMf F0I1 HINT 1JU F STHFFT M)UTMWHT A.11I1. ynilltn. him'm in ;i;l5ir7 "' ..' .. XN !n,ln twu i inr.. r I Hi. iinmrlHl tt bill an IBil.rl. H ilt.hla rr rknator I r Haprnrnls. !! IWnt niKlrritn Mm, 10 muAVnUlnSl lloonm il II Jnl II m Ibr rout irlllu liioit i i-Nr mvnn on ,n suteTm-iiy ir. 1 11! i"'? ,,irr,v."1 '"""'" "(t nmrwiih not alar) ImiJ ai .iiu. norttutut i. ail .?":""" l.OJIB-lrlor and rl.nrS. bor Alw all nt. rooina ncintf Ol II V "T"1, T MIBTIlnrHT-lOK HINT. ',',, ,h" lmpjf riri.l.litl room, en aull. or an iilw all rnoilerii rt nt.nl neon mnitti.rn eiiiuinre! on. of III. t. lot-atltln la Hi, cltr "" ij. ' 1011 !' f1'" NOUTI1W EST - TTO Ay - I AinlBOmi ly nirhhli.d 1 arlor, on. aa oplrmni .ry i-oi ifiilpnc. orllt poR HINT - lUMSOMm UltMSllFD - ; aillaprrooma .ntall. for m.mlKraor oth.ra.al ll?-i llil' "tre ' all n od.m In oromnrnla. iiclMt WOK RF-NT-IW1 IKNN41LVAMA AM-NUP. a- linnliomdy furnaml roinia Hliliboird "''' Mlm. I. u ItllaillT F" .,,U1NT.T ' vl"-"11 ANU tllAMIIFR. ..J,!"1",il"",ll ' nnniM(e ?i.. i!wr,i.,l,.l,,,!,w nn" '"ration niojerat. l.miat IMI I l.i.nfh atrw t nwir M oitlJ-3t rilOMtMllrllS OF (1IMIIIrS-hOK IIFNT. id,.f,y!V "lmt?"1"""' """"oom.1 on ,111.' Imntmi ly rnrnib.l in a.iwn 1 fl ir Hr.l-c..J I on., with m alirn Improv.m.nta, w Ih board and loilltllil Jlathrooma do. ocll tf Clou I hNT-nooM" fn sTiTrV5irMsar5 ... .T."'1 h? u luat t,,n' aeiwlona by Kr nator Locatil inula nit octut 823 AM' 8.j IJKMIlNr AVLM'HOPTO a . ,7. ,Ir "'" Arlington hotel irf."?.1 ".'. " """ h"dmly fiiriiUli au 1. oft. our ttirc room, on tlrntlluor aullabla for xmnanuMnirtolold rpilllona, atai. four rooma on aw-otut fl mr Th. li hihh tn rlrat-lua. In all rn. BIMTti; Inciitlrii lin.xrr llonable, and uomwlbl.lo tli. 1 rlnciral llnwi of alrwt ram. orto-tf poll Kr NT-Ill MAR I.AM1 l EMJr NORTlT i. .aM Mi nator, and mpmb.ra of (tn.rrai can nn I .ryi Iik nit room., on ,intand alnal. on mini. eralM.rin lloniiiw all moiltrn Imi rov.mitita. antfiri iNli.llnlictof Bill, lorit il ttlihln balf a ?"."7.?,r " ""i MMrojiolltan railroad and inarl t llu. ,orhtalUiandpro.ne.t unNuatMl by any tn tli. rlti oc0-la 7n." Msr'l "T!UFT NOIlTlin ltT-F0n i..... ol-rwo Bultea nealy fiirnt.hnil porlora. with Imth room attached TennB niod.iata. FOR RFT-T0 SMAII. SIOIIW, CORVFR HPT.ntliail llatrort, muthnpat W III h. r.ntod rhpap to jiood Ipiiaiili ALtt iL;lll 1 IIH1D, I7 lwriniBtret " ocliMJl ,-HJK lirT-A PI ITI OF ROOMS gllTAMIl L In, inpii brr rf fonarra, In a ppnlral lorallty, Ipnllow No lotlranl 1 Inc. ocvtf P URNMILD ROOMS-ATIM INDIAN I AVR. MJE. oc3lm I 011 KINT-I ARdli STORr. NO If 1 PLNNSYI, uiiuia.piiu.nortliwiwi neurrorn.r Fnurnnl-a. Iiairatmi A II DUALI corner Four and a-lia3 hlrpptand Loul.lanaav.nup anMf R OOM1 I OR KFNT-131J F STRI ET, NI'A .... . ..-..., w...a.a aj, T-,lf.,l.tT l-e Y-lf FORKFNT-NO (14 PE FYTr FNTn STRCEt Nortlment -J leXant miite of PAniHU ar) nlngb Rmima furnished or unfunilheil with hrenk' fa-1 Ifdealrel Be20-la FOIl RrNT-MPI-LV FURMSIIPDflUlTESOV 1KMJM- nn lint ti,d atfond rtiors. alao, one front room on thirl lloor All modern lmi rove meitt eon en lent to Mil Itt hoiwo. Small oulal family No, "S3 rhlneentb street northwest. epn im 1VA7 c .TnrFT noutiiw vt -five hand. .r "l "lbern eiir.iire ble.ant bouse with cheerful rroun! nithln Inclosure, Rfleranoee glvea an 1 renulreil floard ir desired rtwi j r, corbie NFW 1 I UMSIIFI) ROOM4 AND riR-tT ( I KS table buard at Mr. Frank An I nn. lirt W Htreet a j lHm 904- 00f ANn00H OlKlI-KNTll U a i r , . "'O street noriliwiitt. Hstiasniiiely reirnlslir I room m Hi flri-rl.w ui e barl Non. VH fiM pnd Pus FOURrKI-NTH nt od. pOTtt RANKMN hQUAItr, one of l" tnml lble site aliens la all rettjwets toberuund In (he cl, mv34-tf Ipon III NT-lJUKiIITFLTL ROtMS IS A FRN A11 limlly with or without Hoard, lu an els gmil hot jw sirruiudeil lybeautlrul Rroiuids Aa, in eneof lb mimt l alrub e and heallliy narta ol t ll ItV AitilriHia U ll II... u .. 1. 1.' " 2 aMreNM. --, ..u.. u iw u mui iibiiiw mnm myia-if iioihi:s. lleuAfiifffon lutthrtwmi m lar(jr VUU pbwnrdt anu of noavtit tn U thrre Unounmluun umi tVt renl niVauif qiitrkl v find tn a oat trtim' lh at U hv tiutrtlna an tU vtnitrinnUIn Ihk ItKei HIIC41 A atirliirmnt yrtirtveon,trnrtemtvQ'( t fo tr th icAleA irtU ni turty ceidi for th fir ami each i.eiegwtU inter Hon, " 170R RI-NT A DMIRAIUF FIRST CURfl fundi I id 1 mine or nun tenf room wnbboitd. Apilytn Injun ur l, 1 IHOMlbUNavy In. iMrluient. urliUt pOH HFNT-49 ND M C HTRFn t-Ol'IH i. ,-?81 "even ro ni each In good rep drone t lock fruiii tie ( Np t il Key at NailO street sontb easi Itent t-J.1 ier month ocll-U WOR ItFNT-IH HI8T(I AS 1 HIlMsiitD ... r,,J,i,nre wlibKtable toaprhatefurallyi apply at No lltn K street norlbHewt oclVlw WOK I.I NT- T A IOW ItVTK TO A 8MAII centeel fe 1 1 y h fti e hi use ten rooms all on vrneices, ma be pa d In board Na49 K street iitbetwi ocia-if Will RI NT-TUB M.W AND UMANTh. a- furtiUhrd reallenee eontulnlnc 1st vs rooms, wllli e ery eoinenl-ree Nn UW im nl aienuq. Infi ilreofW M HTlLKNr'Y.Nallnnalhavlncs Bunk, eonier of 1 IfVM nth street an INew t rk ave oct I tf POU ltINT-rRIMlHU I-irilATtO rOKNFR Nineteenth and ftreet iiorthwent aultsh e ft e Vw S-Sl' 'i0"" pl,t.,i", AlPlyloKIIWIlltM A (II MmIjSAI) Corner lfleeiitb and K sire la north Mt , oell Zvt FOR RFtsT-t4 T 1 1 FTII STUKFT-A HAND HOMrlYAirnMiedlioUHP of thirteen roima, orsuiuwornirnlsliedUooinson f"rst setund andlhlrd sell lbhlimniUn "ll m'"ltr,l l1l"Teme,ta, WOK K E NT. " " ti PUnNIHH M) II O IT R F B V.1" eseve-al Due HUUSFm del ghtr Hv loralpd. aiilfurnliihed In exeillntst)le rorrenlfbrlhesessf fi f.JIVt" or Hit year at 1 rleia rauali g irou IliUtoAiOper mutilb loprltateil.m1lesouly J IS lVik .. Ilral ltuie Aitent ,, . ,, No Ilttt Teni sylvaula avenue oet3 Im Arllnttten Ii sun ire I oiii rnij l nltili g rou Niiii:, WOR fiT ONI Or TIM HPsT RI-.sTAU -- rants In nnl I111 tun The plat els In rniiidei emlltlon an I 111,01 1 builness -uted Willi koI. 'w "'t,l Irrmslf U II ilfir it enr All l U JM IHlKHOS, Agent,' Iso. 2a reLRAli I HA I 1 mr -el ocl3U W0UAIF (UrAl-A JRF Ntll III II T I AN - tlau In per eet order lo hu ai 1 at MeH rmott Itris Bir-m hurmilii htifTricd AL1 R.HMI-P Hk.Il , 4riwtimit.triei i.wt IifOR HK r-A I IR 01- ( lll-TNIir MlMlH earriare bnnes som I nnl gonl In eiuy re snixt with liHriicfs In t siell it roiiliiloa Aiiily ir A It HUH Ill-nil 4i7 Iwi-ini Hreet in IIVi HVMS. WAM1D-TWO GOOD IaATROU blur Ilaugeand rummx Worki-rs H V HAMIITni. " V M V A Riu'dlng W.NTI-D-11. THO filNUlF OFNTIrMIN iwoni-j-ly ririiiihedrown s.lntb dr. attached Inure-ieili If private hoime 101 trnlly ami pMis ntly luruted Moulrt llkt 10 lake Inakrl only at aame 1 1 1 , Ijij h al 1 r eret ee 1en b use k 1 1 bv a rou a -d ludj.er where tl e faiml l sinull nnd te f.n.f r I?l,wrfc AdUn- wllli partlculait WAIN Wltmin orivit WANIr-n-fcOAIWERH AT 1 I elHrH rorihwfBt, no( tnaudboArdll.iiar week Oo Jf FRCIIANTB AVD OTHERS WI4.tI.Na .Tf.i4 TTP?rTcrn-'TTrra. pr any deserlptlon should cedlat UfB REtCJ.Il l.a 1 iirrim PliiM.TIOI. J,llaUfilM, IX IL M prloe aad nUy (MUi r--TfyvriaaacaiM