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THE NATIONAL KT3PUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1877.
Ifetionnl ttcpublicnn. A M CUVP I I I i I I I I t I I I I 1 IHTOIl The National Republican Ii published dally (exee rt Humlar-.) by the Jteptihlleiin Trliillng A VublUhltiiE Company, id the eithwe t rnrne r of Pel nae Iv anlji Avemi" and thirteenth street nt ? ier m m m In n latiee or 10 rent I" r nionili, drllvt nil I r nrr er Addrfiw, NAT1UNAL III- Pt III IC AV VVOnIiIUKUII 1 C Mr N 11 IIOITT la Agent for the reer pt of Advertisements Ami Hiibacrlptlnni for tin Paper, as well for tint Collection of Ac count. Mr II II MrCI.FIX AI 1 also authority to eoJIrlt Advertisements, . All eoiinnttnlea lions deMgneil for jnttiltenlion ittmild br brkf plainly written nwf only vpm one title IVrMwr (mmHnlmtttM tunummpinietby the name of tit a dhnr arc mtmlmUil awl trill neither be Trail nor rrturnrtt pejeilett mannerfpl trill nut be re turned nor preMTreil Tie erotcilet date of our ml umtt during the reion of Cbngre$ u ill preclude the Vucrtinn of lonaarlieie. BATunDAY i u ii 1 1 1 1 totTonm 3 in "Wk are willing to furnWi text tipon vhich our Mnou lurf-Ioan" neighbors can dkenurae. Anything to amum. them or en rage their attention ami keep t lie in cm- ployed But it looks as If they have need that more thin texts should lie fur niched to insure an intelligent and sensible cllv cnmlon of the subjects presented. The apparent pawimony of ability to discus re- ninuA us of an order once niwlc by an in Yaliil friend on hi- restaurant for a few deli cacies in the vvnyfof a dinnei It ran thus " Vcar 11 I'lciiac send mo a few saddle locks on half shell, n nice quail on toiat, with stuh other delicacies of the miiiou us you have at baud And, ele ir B, tove everything elto, send nic an appetite, that 1 may properly dUutsi and enjoy vv hat you furnish " The ciwi ore parallel Somr of the llepubhcan papers are hi telineei to take t lie Demtxritic Sainton to task for their votea on the rift re net of Mr Brut FoKtVa credential, to the Committee on l'riilrgts and I IfMinn. It U true that last spring every Democrat in the enitc Toted tort ftr the credential of Governor Kkuahhi to thit committee. At the time tins was done there was no content mt for the seat claimed by Mr Kriuxio Hi came from Ixjuiniana duly ncirtditetl tve Benator from that State, but all the Dtiuo crats and some of the Republicans voted to refer his papers, lccause there was a disputt m to who hid carried the election In Louis iana. Mr H It) F fori now comes forward ml claims tbeplue which Mr Khuhhi claimed last sprin, and still diiins, and the Democrats Insist and vote tbut Mr SPOFFOUi) t claim shall bo considered at once, without ri Terence and to the entire Ignoring of the cKim oftioernor Kn Lcmhi, and some of the papers say this In inconsistent. They have not rememWred the record of Democracy. Thit part U only consistent in two things one in Wing Inconsistent ami the other In never failing to advocate and vote for wlittcver is sup posed to be in tht interest of the Demo eratic party. Questions of honor, honest or consistency are never allow td to interfere, with the interests of the party. The Republican anil the Mcr- CllHIltM. The enemies of the Kepublicau part, promiuent among whom Is the New ork World and its nhoin thUclty, aie attempt ing to distort our allusion to the indeluac', f consulting the importers on tin mibjut of the stlictiou of a collector ot customs at that port, Into uu utLvck uion tint doss No suchinfirctuei j untitled trom an thing we have said Wt hold the New ork mer chants and importers in as high esteem, no doubt, as those do who are engigtd in thin paltry Imsinci) ot misrepresenting our post tion We hive not alludeil to tlie moiity system at all In this toniuction,aud it Is imply unci ml hi in the World to lug it In by way of controverty Tlie World states tlmt the NATION U ItK FUBI ic A is co operating with a New York journal in tht work of pressing Mr Conk, Liva for the kulcnhipof tht Republican party Thit pjper is a delt nder ot the lie publlian faith, and so fir as Mr CuNkllMi U concerned, so long nnd so fir as ho I tnu to the filth, we recognize him among its honored leaders He need no "pressing' for that jKwition He holds it already, ami has won it by honorable and luilhiul sir Tice Itcpiibllcaii riilclilj. The wistaeres who know so much that they do not know at all luc Wen predict ing that hen itors Coma Ht, Hii-MKitand Pattkiwin were to ote with the Ihnio cratson all fpiestions relating to the Smth Tliey are greitly lontoundcd bj the action of those Senators on the quest ions that haw already come up for consideration Thej adhere to their party faith with thtir ac customed lldelitv, and stand shoulder to ah (Milder with the most I iithful This is gruti lying itnd onlj hhows bow their pa' triotism and fidelity hitlHtn tindirrateil hy the enemies of Kepuidu auism The Republican side ot the Si n itt ( h im- her has bhown itself a unit on the Iouls lana question, and we h ie er re isou to helioe that the lino is not to hi broken in future contests where KcpuMiuui fldelit) U Involved In this there i hopt tor tht count i and the cause of justiic District AiriilrN. Tlie Torty tilth Congrtssis now organ ized ami tin rtsidcntsol the Di-triet should be rally in the held wilti u well pnpircd plan ol tie tit n to Miuu iiuuli iiitdiil Ugi.s Litiou It has been toinmonltr memlers of Courtts finui the ruiul diNtiiets to look upon the Distiiet ct Coltimbunsu pauper apranue ami its pioplo as baugers-on upon thv Inmnt ot Congress, to whom it idi ul 1 dole ut suth pittances as in itsilurit) it Minis HI It is time that thisftehug wustoi rectvd It is trtio that a lirgt nuinlHr ol the residents here are employees of the i,a era rural, but they t,ie their services lor the pay (very otUn inadequate) whiih tliey lecelve, and Instead of these men U lug looked on a pensioners upon the bounty ofCongrebS, they should be loiinuleiul as Illr-Did cinuloyees At m fair vuluatloa made by the lostas- Artniit. tho Government owned forty-flve p5tr eon! and the citizens of tho DUtHoi (Ifly-nve per cent of the real estate in the city This assessment did not Include the pirks, triangles and the mail, or the streets and avenues, all of which lielong nlwolutclj to the (lovernment, nnd which, if Mdued and assessed, would alsitit nvirfc tlicnln tv M)sltiuiis as to ownirHhip of property between the citlrens and the (Ioernmcntt lenlng the latter the largest owner The avenues and slreets of the city are wider nnd longer than is required lor business purjwses or fiir the use of the citizens, nnd with the parks and trl ingles arcintcmUd fur the beautifying of the Cipttal and the be nc tit of tlie nation and the world, but they make the administration of thecitj much more costly, and this should he con sidered when Congress is upon tho subject of the District, Washington City has an unexceptionable situation, and is without doubt laid out in n manner that will, with time nnd a proper expenditure of money, nuke it one of the most beautiful cities of the world one in which the nation can take n jnt pride It would 1 to manifestly unjust to mike the property-holders and citizens of the District Imj for the adornment of the capital of the nation; that should lw done by the nation, nnd nil that should be required oftlieilti rens Is to pay the legitimate expenses that would bo incurred Inn city the size of this, all over that to be lmrno by Congress There arc two wajs by which the Gov ernment can arrive at and pay its share of these expenses, ami Congress should adopt the one or the other Tlie first is to con sider the relithe valnes of the propert be longing to the citizens and the Jov eminent, including all the real estate of tho litter, and allowing for the Incnased expenditure caused by the wide streets and the parks and tiiangles. Then to mike a lilwral esti mate for the expenses of tho city, including such improvements as should In? made, nnd to nppropri ite out of the Treasury of the United States the shire to be borne bj the Government, while it provided by proper and stringent laws for the collection of the remainder from the citizens We have already shown that this proportion should lie at least sixty per cent of the nmount re quired, tailing the citizens to pay fort per cent. The other plan is more simple, easily ar rived at. and iKrhins prt ft ruble That is A .Neu rolltlcHl riirtj There Is no tloul t that PresI lent Haym has hosM ami heintub'r ntlll lin to make a per mum lit cl ange In i nrly linen In tho Bmiih Thtio fir In lias ik t accumillMiesi tins puruom. lie. lis non iho nipcct ami confidence of IntelHsi titan 1 unprfjmllceit men of the hoiuli sswell ai the V rtli t ut tin re In no fcfjtn ) it tlmt nl I rws t tstli nt ami orgftiiiMtlons w 111 lc iliatiKeil lij It (AinKrei man f"iltruv if Milriiti I I the nllitr dnj tlmt ih thing HevMcotildtlowoull sceomplMi Hint PceniiN! the Woiilii wan determlncii wwUKto the IkiiKxralir i-urljr This nt loaot nhowa how mm h more ililllriilt It t to conquer man b l reju dice than to win tho apj rev al of their Ju Ignietit an I reiwn It liicarcelr to bcexrecte! however thatTreM dent ItAYrsian go on throueh hln term retaining tlie confluence an 1 Rocilulll hohaso Rcedll) won wlthoutrrra ufiapatty that will 1 to alt fit tents and purpose! thejxirty hetelm toorffomlse It Ii not rciwotmlilo to au wc that the clear headed eonsenatlvo mm of the whole auntry whatever the) may do once or twice will gu on fur four )can believing In Hayw cncouraslng him Ir word and act and yet constantly voting Offal nut him at the poll Questions are lure to arIo in Qtiffren ant in the country within the four years uton which tho pwile will differ and which will Appeal to unit I men ts deeper than party preju lire Kthe I resident uyinewn d rniofhls eonrw? Isillo to take mrh A piwlti m upon pitch netmnn on will secure to him the mid- lxirl of n asonabtc men It ti denying the w hdom of tlie )ei j letofij ht will tut hat a coriai an l e(Tcetlveitirp rt Hut it will tirUlnly nitd that the I rcc i lent s eourae le rhnpeu w illi more mdg ment an t eliwretlon thnu have at nil ttmen iharac tcrlii I the eoure of our chief tnagMratcs. There will bt no rrtitille iarty mfnty Ut diund and ex clu It 1 lutiders 1 refldcnt Uav M inut relj a no lnldilit Wfiri him ever relied iimhi the merits i f hi act fornimtieut support to give them iflltt. If Lynn uiinclflch devotion to his dut) and Hit exerclfe of great alllity he l alio to wlnmchnp I nival, his ftdm In M ration wilt not onl Ik? a mio ecw bvt the ntui revinrtnUe wcce ever iron tit tAit OHintiy and tlureraa be no d mbt that he will at tho end of his term teare a jmrty It control of tic (lortrnmc it trAo will name a mctrnnir able to eorry on hlitrvtL ultreheleatr$ it Minntlmothc croo-llre if criticism to whtrhthc AdmlnMrntlon wll bt subject In Congress an lout of (ingiesiaii t from all il les w HI perhaps be as galling as It Is useful We give tho above, Irom the IhifTilo -pre, Cot what it is worth hen Mr I'LVCKttt. UN, of Kentucky, denounced the President ns a "fraud ' and "usurper," Sena tor 11 II L, of (Icorgi i, Is re prist nted as hav ing said that Hi likliLKN was alone responsi ble forhisuttenuces We presume that the same may lie justly said of the IUillalo.ror nnditsutteninceson thcibjettot rrtsident IlAM-jtund the orginization of n new po litical part under his peculiar uuspitis. At have no idea that the President desires to create or organize a p irtv for nn) liesfeem tometvoren a freh and new fltll for a lArgeexieiidltureor pubtie money without lesstti- ng tlie bur im oiour people. 2 To my mlii t our eff ru sh ul 1 be directed or made In CHiiigreKs to relltve our cllltcns from an o) prelvi dibt whtih wbs cemtraeted In rto'itinn of hue aticlmuchof It In frau I and which con i linen n i irgc i art of the rev cmic or the lHttriu to I it) tho Itikrtbt on tho 1 6-1 District bonds. a. Tnc mt I lie and e n r claws of our citizens arowcightd down by tirUtf Uunttoik' Ihrtugh tht liilrtimenlalhy of tho hi U of tlie late Hoard of Public Works and Ulairkt Commluloncrs, uu authorized by law We apprehend tint tho committee of one hundred citizens will meet at Willard Hall this evening and consider what is duty, In spite of the pronumuimcnto of this obitruc t ion 1st, The reasons given abov o arc splecny and puerile, and should not weigh n feather with suth citizens as desire to promote the health, beauty, and comfort of the uitious capital It is not tho Iltst time that cfTorts to benefit the citizens ot Washington have lwcn met by a narrow-minded opposition but whenever it h:is been interposal the work has progressed regardless of it and it will bo so in tills instance FOltTT-FIFTH CDNGItliSS. bperlal Pension. 19, 1577 to take the present assessment of property i intents nnd purposes are Is intimated asabasis ami make an estimate of all the our llundoc-oUmponrj In the stud) expenses of the city, txtlushe of the K history he has no doubt learned the pi iln amounts needed for tlie streets, avenues, nnd simple truth that while pirttes muU parksaiul tningles. Let Congnwi paj Its rrcMeiints iTCMuents nave never ci suc iiroimrlion. au-onlmg to tho Milue of its ceedeel In miking iwrtles. Ihe experiment rnwrtv.of tint aisewment If there was no tax but upon real est ite, this would lw fort) -live per tent, but as there is, and should lc,ii rtveuue from personal property and Irom licenses, the iencntige would be r dnced Again, if this pi m were pursuit!, has Ijccii tried by one or more nuidcntal Picsiduits, but as often as tried it his proud n lament ibU fiilure Thus fir in the histor of this Govern ment no Preside nt-t lee t his during his term ofothee ever attempted such an cnter- It seems to bo the unanimous opinion that Congiess will pass tho necessary bill and np I roprtatlon providing for the proper represen tation of tho United states nt tho Paris Expo sition Hon TiroMts Donaldsov, of Idaho, Ute Ccoteunlal Commissioner, Is here, assisting Gtn Havvlcy In pinlihig the necessity for an 1 in mediate approiriilloii before Congress They express confide nee in the success of their eflorts. If, however it ts well to do It, should it not lo donequiiklyT Kvery day a delay In this mutter Is equal to a month's loss of tluic (ungrcM should art promptly If at all It is to be regretted that the re-establish-incut of the whl ping post in Mrplnta Is being agitated A rural correspondent ' ''e Itlch tuond Dwpatch grows facetious over it Ho says that stores of oil fanners would ride twent) milts to beg the 1 Unsure of giving a 'nigger a good nine And thirty," while 'to rcvtl in tho rare luiurj of whahug a lank, le in New lugland aukce, redolent of cod fish, they would fight." We trust such ncuti mints do not grow out of tho ctcratxtoy eImi u by the President to the South hat wit there Is sometime in an unex pected application of a familiar quotntlon I In a urt) of gtntlttiicu tho other day some ont asketl, "Why has no full answer eer been made b nuj of the gold risuinptlonists to tho nrguniiiits of Stimtor Jon fa and othirs on the silver qucstlouY' 'Oh," said Gtn Kiijnck, 'that must bo becausei 'bpeecU Is silver and sllcuco is golden 1" It it is M fn notk D that Cox skirmishes around Hutiek with some can. Rev era 1 davs siuce IltTLLii asked him for the floor, and he gave it up msUutl) A burnt child dreads the lire Besides no ono kuows where the gnat sun of Massachusetts is going to throw that hatful! of bricks it should Ik? reduced still further bv the I prise It his been tht pride otevcry Lx fict that all the rial estate would becxempt i ttie thus fir, when elevated to his high from taxation for slreets or street improve- portion, to stand fiHIifulIy by tho iirt) nicntrt. and ought cot probably to exceed l principles th it had contributed to his thirt) three and a third per cent of the elevation In several instances, where the amount reepilred Then Congress should PnwicUnt hislncu removed bv death and UktcxclusivecontrolotthelrceU,avcnues, thereinsof government have Iwen trans parks and triangles, pi iting them under the I fcrud to the hands of the Vice President, control of itaown onietils,und making suth I iwrsoiul ambition has bet rayed the new in iiupnrtementH at Its own cost as it deems lit cumUnt into u fruttlii-s cflort to build up a This would lie the filrest manner In which 1 personal part), with the "intents and pur tosettle the rclitlons of the District and , poses" of auWnine Ida Individual ambl- the nation us to thecxpenseof local govern ment It should bo rememtorcd that Congress Is tht legisliture of the District, having wde oontrolof its alTairs and when legislating for it the mcmWnt act in a diuil ciipacit) representing Iwth the natiou at 1 irge and the people of the District, and this brings tions, because the fmrt) that elected him fail i-tl to at cord with new and peculiar ilews relating to government nnd policy which he had contracted under a sudden transfer to power In iewof the utter f illure of nil such projects heretofore, we apprehend th it Pres ident Ham, with his intimite knovvhelge up the question of representation It would J of the history of Hitics and parties in this be th irlv improper for the capital of the nation to be under the control of any Stat government, but it is also clearly in viola tion of tho llrst principles upon which our government is founded for an) portion of the pceiple to Ik unrepre si nte d This isso well understood tint all the Territo ries, which are hut t ites In embr)o, wait ing tor the hand ol time lo develop them, are given a representative in the jiopular branch of the Government, who Is entitled to talk for them The District of Columbia is not a Territory, and cannot become u Btate, but it now has a larger populition than sever tlBtates which have two Senators and a lleprescntative, anil its people should not Ik) deprived of a privilege given to every other inhabitant ot the nitlon except "Indians untaxed " It should be allowed a inemWrof Congress who can on the floor of the House explilu its wnnta and advo cate and vote for the adoption of such laws as are needed Now its citizens hive to seek committee rooms and there explain their views It Ls fur t unite th it in the Senate the District Committee has a chair man Seuator Dciiist , ol Ark insaiw ho is a gentlcmin of lilieral nnd fair minded views nnd who tikes a just pride in the judicious iniprovenunt ol the nition's Capl tell, besides bon,; well quililied to deter mine what should Ik, doiu.ns he has visit eel the principal cities ol 1 u rope and profited by his experience It U to be hoped tint the Houm. will stlett suth a man to plue at the heuel of its committee, and wo nu) then exitfet proer legislation Amidst "wars and ruuiors of war" It Is re freshing to have to chronicle the fact tluit the recent rumors that war woslminlntntbttwetn the ltritish aud the uicir of Afghanistan and tho Khan of Ktlat are unfounded JJ(AU IX. Tlie riilludcliililii I'rONN. This sterling journil has taken its new departure under tht management of Mr W W flN as its editor Inannountiuthis fact it soys I oil Ileal! j tho I'm will be an In lojcn lent Ite put Utnuj iiirnnl th ir ughl) Uei ublltan but alto thorttiifhly liidtitn lent o do n t hUn 1 commute t to tho support of tht adniliiMruli u of null m&I nilalr by Prilut IIavm ntUliir tire wo eommtttt 1 Hgninst It Mt donotoUii leonimlttelto lhonpi"rt of Hi ii 1 miiiUtruioiiofcioverimr tlAttrnANFTiii thei Cum m nwealth iHtr sru wo cotnmUteel atf ilnt It We d UK t Man i eninmittil to thcMi rtof Hit. tun nitl il ulnihiWraUmof fuorir iKI l v n run yi3 emmit(ot iigtitiift II v hall teinrl and de fey I all thist as ullothtr i-UblUhe-d tntrrish when they art f un I serving the Ir arty by nrv ing thtlr count r) 1 wo heartily truM and h pe tlmt all their net iha) hear th Ute bt 11 it If vet th ml 1 huvu oetmbn hoiictl) ti difler in J i U mentor eonvUlion with either ur all wt kIihII fiarliM-ly anl bellty As Col gives us to Mt thf truth wo -ball defend It and fchoul 1 either or all al an Ion tho j rlml les e r Ira liihiisof lie ub lleauUm orotain 1U fitlr name) b) lorrupt alllauns i rll e liimiieUlalinIiiltrati(nonhilrliigii trmt WetNtaulrealy to cxjtM? de.no nice and flkht tho wn i ii 111 this announcement the Vrens puts itself in line iMihtically with the Nationai IiK 1 1 itLK an, and we welcome it heartily as a culalsirer in tin ltepublium vine) anl It is an able, vigorous, and manly journil, and wt have no etoubt of Its prosperity 'S new manageinent witli the chimerical supposition tint he can create a pirt), even if ht desires to organize" one that he can' at the end of fa ttnnhate im tonlrut of the (loternmcut, tcho intl tmiiie a Nt a cimor tible lo canyon hi uoiK where he lent en if " Parties do not spring into exist enct at the beck of ofluial power They origin ite iu the heirts of the jieojdc, nud are lou tide el upon the popular view ot what Ls whc and test in the polic) of Govern ment A piny organized to answer the peculiar views ot ono man, or of a cabal of politicians nndstittsmeu who combine to grind axes in aecordmce with their own selfish desires and purposes, ceases to cxlt when Its architects leave the seat of power All post history confirms this opinion In the last political contest over the Prcsidcnc) the battle was between the He publlian and Democratic parties, and the former was aw ardcel the prize There was no couce ilment or evasion of principle Tho Kcpuhlkan part) inarched over the I tattle Held with its banner of principles un furled nud Halting before the country Uy that sign we conquered, in spite of every adverse influence, North and South In the lite insurgent States the popular voice was stilled h) intimidation, violence, and assas sination, until only three of all the Republi can Mates in that section were savid to their dominant political filth The balance we re wrenched from the ICepublican ciuse by outliwry and violence Die lit publican party, which w ts the party of victor), still lives. Its principles are tho ol Hht and justice, and are eternal It has stoo I all the casualties that Iniquity could invent, and to diy it is the power ot the nitiou It may ho lie t rayed, but it cannot be crushed It will live when those who conspire for Its downfall have beenforgotten It will attend tho funeral ot all cliques nnd parties which attempt to build auel cbtahlish theinsilves upon its ruins It Ins once been Johnsontzcd, hut it emerged from tlutoreluil with newness of lifo and strength Irene lit ry to its priii nples his tilwa)s proved tho fertilizing iower of its evwienee and perpetult) hat has lieen will be again under slmll ir eiiiuiiiHtamcs Till- PLUMk defalcation Is Another f tut her In the tap of New lork si-F It stateel in the New urk Herald that t! a Cox la a funnier man llituiold lUiulull Asu now, Col Ingcrsoll, did Tom Paine cat fried bttlattakr Anna Dickinson has refused two offers of murrlago tnu j car KvtkLokkncf is a California pedestrian who having wnlkfHl a huiHlreif miles within twtnl) fuurlmiiH ts coming IjuU It is nnliciouilj said by tho Chicago Tribune that thu liai (.lug erf u liar Ly II ik ltilUiuIuein y,am liiivudeu us a warning to Lit 1'erUn. SitAkin IUnuall gives an examplo of -ee nuiin in ittiii ju iiuuau litre in a utui, out fcinall and I lain uiio. Lilit John H. Pillsoihy has been or dead to duty at the ll)drot,ruphlo Ortlce In this city bFN tTOK MO ETON S SOU, Who U fll at OllA- la.. La AldJ-lto, U recovirlng but hi ) hjtUUiis for old til rimoviil at prctcuL JiNlxiN Cvuit Jour mil 'Professors rndal1, Harwlu and lluxlty wfllind lhe.tr sutuiiin litli day In iho Irtittoii Lalla, Uiitlda, Uuik-el fcUle-s ot America. Gen J cmm IiMifTnFFT, now living quit tly at Cialuesv Hit a hmt Uin writing nvnw oftho battlo of Utltjuurk fclvtug a iitwvl.w of lltut anuir Hfx.KFTAH ritoMi-sox has returned from LuljHpvr a. lit tx wc himself veiy miuli plewul witli his vfvie, llruitl vvUIik mist eorul 1 rieei tiuu troiuhisold fr tn In of that count), GtNtRAL Shi-kmiv yosttrday telegraphed tocneral Mel eiuk tlmt he would rctfctli vaulng tu ni Mutida) nierulug and would HWp at the buki Ilouso 1 iLitm Is to have two statues, ono nt Mil- nlth and the ulhcr at Ukitu 1 went) eight thou smielstvcu hundre I and liny dollars huvL Uin collected for the lonatr lUte mittouo for tho latter Wst K.Joc is now residing with his wife and children In titsjetown where he i niixiii to permanently rtsuie jiv i uuw ihbki. i hi j uu iMiliigiibookof iioimn, and lies alittituureel into lits former eiulu)ineiituf ktutral liururj work Jons Ginsov. a writer to tho hignet. died at Minbureha eoui leof wteksngi at tho ato of eliihl) ono lie wo Mr vvuntr etoiia law ut,etu, and i ublUhed a notable veilumo of 1 e minis ciueea of his illustrious el tut. nrYATt Friday, October Tlie Penrte tcet at W in ltilla pcllUons, Ac , w crt jrewntcdand referred as follow Pitltlont anklng ftr Increased compensation to Utter carriers by Mc-kw Fitoi Camtrov of Wis. Caverok of Pa, Hoar en I other all of which were referred to tho Committee on lt OPlees and root Itoads Uy Mr CAMF1WW of 1 a A I III f r the relief of John W 1 iiglnss Uteeollitorofinternalrcvcuue In Peniisylvanlft Kcftrrcd to the Lommlttco on Finance fly Mr IIIMn A hilt tn repeal certain actK In rvlHllon in a quiring titles to i ut lie land- In Knti ana Refer od to iho t' mm ttcc nu mt lie I Jtnds By Mr MiMlNle-t A bill hieotaUMi the rule of mlleniroof liUtrUt Altorne)s of lh I nited Mate. Ucrcrre d to bo t oinmitlcu mi Jn liclnn llvMr WITIICILM A bill for tho rtliif of persons In Ihcliisiirreitiotiary StAles wlinre prottly was ot I for taxes Referred to tho (.Vjinmiltco on Judiciary llyMr MUtUtMON A bill to amen 1 chapter lfdif UielteivfHdMatutcnof the ItiliettEtritem, In rclathn It the rlietlon of 1 resident and v Ice hrnllent Referred tothefV mmlttce on Privilege and Flection A a bt II torcreal neclloii 4710. or the i(evteei Platutes relating Ui the lame subject, KtftrrcJ to iiiv mint r min lie c lie Mr INi l i.m Abilirrrthe eo nntro of the Mlandar Uileerel liar and to rvtore it io tu for mer htaudard Referred ta tho Committee on I linnet Hv Vlr Vimtl ti I. A tTMitittlnn tnrtmctlnr die ( oinmlttte n I e iifl un t report by bill or other wltcRhhin Tir tho reduction of the feet and alar t4 lAUiIno ntrrnU. .Mr i ei e.i MifTKfMeu an nmeniimcm inni ine com nu mt it inunnuo io in qui re inio mo ex indteni y f ab UhIiIiiu nil ktieh hutik les Tho reolutiou w as so amended and a lor ted T1IF I.OLI?tAVt SFXATORSllir. The THAU laid before tho feuato the regular order belmttle nu lion to swear In J H hunis as senator irom iuiianA. Mr Till UU IN lrl. flvtrt firth the rlrentn nunces oftlieeleetion of Sir Lnstis avlng that he was rice led by what wan csllel the w littler com nromlMj I-eillaLure and that he was re-luted ad mlrwltiii beru en the groiin I that there vvuk uo vaeaney iiiai Mr iiiuiumuk nnu airesuy in clecteilnsKuator from that etnte 1 hut, he raid was the mil v otje'ctiou urce lagaliittthca ImtKvirn e f Mr MiMmmil hist reditu alii wtreladuiMti thcUble Hihco,uiiitl the Senate deelnrtdthat Mr lluchlmek wasmt tulilled toAHiit, not hav Ing bieiikg&1l ileeted by the l roper orle-gal Icgi1 atlveUilt Mr 1111 RMVMhenargueii that Mr Fusth hav Ing been denied atinllm to iho i-enmtoon tlie ground that thpvnrane hn 1 lieen lillel by iho elettiontif 1 tuehlinrk uud the Seiialo having do died that linthbaekwM not elided then It M liwed Hi it Untl wan tleettil He mid from a KHfch of Mr Mortox nhowli g that Mr M iptin a. 11 thatelt'ier I luchbacLir I-utf wax eltcted. aulas I inthhack wasiiottteetetl ll en it f i hmiel by Mr Morton sow ureOMtniugtl atlustiawaielet till flu uwetl theenale lo vilel r hia mot it n and to Admit Mr l-urtls at onto and give Ijuiisl uaa s volet upon the floor Mr 1 DMl Siw rea.1 tt tome tenk'h the ereden talsofMr h islls,whi'h weroa transcrli lof the i roecctllngsufihe lAKl"laturv alluilenltn, and raid that were it ik t fur the hte lihat C otigreiwhad poMeet an act to that c fleet thti itr pirpirting to Im) tlio eretltutlals if a N-iitu r clttt wool 1 be no credentials at all Thry diet net have tho i roperMulor thu inisr signature He read the f of lHOkSlvliicaullM riti firlu t lliiwlertlonalii thelnxunvilli naryMani an I aaitl that was tht law under which they acted IHil he did net Ulicve that ft vtos eltsrguel that a 1 girls tiiro bhtmld make sport of tho eluty of i lei ting a lnltel States N.nator and after i no man ha 1 been eletitd and tfjro he I a I lake u his m at that a new I-cgl&U ture klioul I let f rth that the formir eltclii n was uota tall 1 one and then i rocccd t elect an ither man lie did ixt btllevelhat wits the dolgu f the law but that was the way In whiih Mr liivtlshnd been electee! and the krutuid ujh n which he ela med a Mat here Mr W II 1 1'. II eoiiteti fed that Iho committee had not had time to tuiialder tlie mutter ami there forothey fhoul I utit bo iltKchirgct from further eoiihidenitioii of tliu-o en kntinls but hhoiil 1 havo i n )e r time to arrive at a i roitr toiitl union upon this matter Mr f-AC I "111 l aM he thought the committee ha I ha 1 am) le time to decide uiin tho quistloii and no amount of lime or luvtiitliraU n or ton i-IdtraLitii Mould throw ono 1ukIo ray of light eiiiuii nit wn jeei inai iuo vumnucice uleiuoiui reu l tri-ttt-M 31 j MiMILIAN thought the other side of the nnuie. cine twin icrai ci were TOO Mt CH OF A Ht KRY tvbout iasliiz I his matter If they hftl waited awhile he in luaht iho commllU-o would In duo tlmelmvulaktii up thcioMaud rt nnrti 1 upon IL Mr WAlif Kbilltall lliu committee had not one trtititlltt ef lururmailou niero uihiii this eac than It had on tho 7th dayot March lart when the Pcmttor from Ohio moved the reftrenco of thcue tredeuilalM 1 1 the t mmittte Mr DAMs of 111 Mil the matter was entirety mw to htm nnd hedldn&t feci pre iftMl to Vote) upoiitttodav Ho rtgnnlcl tho iietloii as a lu dicial t ut an 1 ho de-tdml to examine the iam btforebeingtal1eluH nto votenn It. If the vote should b) taken tti-day he wax not prepared to ve tt an 1 1 1 teairedto make this explanation Mr TtliRMAN tald I e did net m why Mr I-iiHtls khoul I not bt worn in at once ft wai twttit) in nth mo Mr Un-tls had leu eleTte I ami he tin ught ll w as time that ho nu admitted Inaxmtih h wcver iu onio Sen a tint had ix jreiM-il a wbh for future time to amine Into tho ibh. he would cotiM.ut, and would move that the tjuet-tf n 1n Inl I ukjii thi table Ad led Mr IUMUN movil thatwhiu theHenate ad Jour n Ii 1 1 f l met ten M ndav ntxt Adopted irn iiiihiuii iu -ii r .j rwt.i.tvi, uiv ccuulv, at lijotlock aljjurned The Hoi vc was not In session New Publication Wo have received from Ilnllaotynr, 428 Prenth street 'III" of the Mar series, published byJ.B LipiIncottACO.l'oiDlclrhlA. UV fi a tieantinn Irish romance by Mm rentiiemoniiaiigii whleh lllurirntes life In Iho Kmcrald Isle 1 1 A dot The Interest of the reader Is attrncte I In the oi i n Ing chapter, and la maintained with uiiflagiilng Ftrengtli to the en 1 of the book It Is handsomely I rnio-o and cm una in ei tn I M llennett,I1l tRhthiitrect,Vework wn Is us A UlMIv ririnlcd and ImiiiKl linio. volume of l isirca, entitled Thrlatlanlty and lull ifiiij, oeiiife n j uiie ainciiFmou otiwien iiti L II lluuinhn.v. iTubbvlerian elero-vinan of New inrk and I M J ten net t, edit r of the TVuA .Vftfr It was conducted in the col umns ur ine run vrcrr, a letter Alternately rroni eneh ei ntetftnt appearing emeh week beginning April 7 177 and cloning September .1) 18(7 thus et ntinuingjiirt slxmoiilns glulnir thirteen letters from Iliimi lirey an I thirteen replies by Dennett. inoinirje.ru uireiia'su wernaa ioiiowbi 1 nrt 1 Thu n lnl ten tn re Ii mi of I hrtrtlanllv and Inl) le liv to American liberty fart II The relative rervitts of ChrLrti tally and lutl lei ly tolenrnlngand science rut ill lstncrt a stronger i roniblllty mat tne nitleiaellvlnottiiu that Infl ltllty is true? 1 no d'THMion has excited a laive rharc of Inter tt-t l ih among ixtievers and unbeliever ami as both si les are fairly ircMMitcd.it Is suited to read i oi ru pus tea oi 1 1 iiuon A canal examination of this Imprees the mind booih ron KEVT rpOMPMtiFHHUF CON(HtVa-tOK HI NT, X at nosFatreettiorihwrst three rnonw en aitle, nniy nirnsii"! on nwi 1 1 With mnilrrii Imnrntanu nla lewia-nig benmlmlly ftirnsli"! on rwiiI fl mr llrst e ai tioiiitii imnroi llieili r loms to. Mrai sli ids Roe ms furnlsheel or onrurnbtlifel whli brpnlt lot l(ll eifHurw. '"mi- no, ndo am,908 jsh'sssss. JtaiKlsnnietr fnrnlilwit rooms with tlr-it-rlft-a tnii btarl m. frM f ami im FCHJUrEt VTM C op ptislf HCANKIIN Hl!AU, tint r ll mi-4 visible sltuailona, tn all reiMru, to be (wind In lb city J"i2-,f-. FOR ItlNT-liriinHTFlIirOil-W IV A IRI. VAT! neinlly wither wltl out II Mini, tn an cle gintliotih airrotmtwl tw ttenuilflit sronnds, Ar In ontr tl f n exit ilinlnelile aihI irihy pierts of lli"rtty Aeldrraa T O Hoi " with nan and wt 1rw-, mylB-lf of the Ullerrr In a lint great creative caiiFcef u e pioneinry rjnem wun woneier mat Anv ono ean eh utt tliet xbtciice theiMrmanetit andctcr intl eTlfUnrf of tlmt omnipotent power which he ttilhitxl Tilth we who wlhti reason upon a 1 n p m tion so btlfevld-nt tho liook may af ord imi statmirp Tho illxcnwlon la reTfirded an an ableuie anl vros con Itieted In tho bct temjer mid w th the ere itift fulnruu Wo woul t not ad vim anyone who ls aatliflc I with hla ireftciitrell glmsbelleflicnterthe bmnl fltll i f apemlotlon i ii tie txMcnce of tho Teste re f Im Unlver-e Hemfghtas wtlliui-rtli nh'sownlielng anl that t rihe we rid hclnfiabluntto attrlhule their erea Hon to the thancc exerclro of Torco without tnlcl llgcncc MArU7lFA FOR NOVFMBCR. Sr"frrrrr'(( ftnlhfy J (1 lb llsnd celitnr Pcrlbncr i Vn , New ork The Novt intjer liiimlwr la rkli tn II lust rations, an t Iu quantity and variety of matter Among tho contribute r are W Mekay fjiffan trunk It. 8 irkt u ll-nry James, Adeline Tmfin Mary K Rltter Mrs llerrick llret llarti, JiluKf tcrlns and many gems by tho editor and others The r Mr, edited I y tt It Rllwcll and pub IWiMtyF.R ltlttn No 2ft Uond rtnet New rk f" per annum or forty five rents pirniimber This 1 (Vhtl with mot extellcnt tileetlnnsofMib Mtanllnl f rrlLti llterntiira an I mitx lllxlipd hv n. hnndiomorteil tiigrnvingof Fx lreildent Vfsrk He pklna, of v llllain a Oillege It has a furthi r In rUtlmentof oung Mtifgrave" by Mrs ulli haut Iho life anl Time if Thomas Ilecfcet, by vnthiny Irou le 1 1 ft at lliuharet Ac Ac V WrhtJi Hrrlhnpr'a llluairatod miinuliin fir girl nud Ixiys rnnliutei by Mary Mais Ikxlo, tfcrlbner A(Vi New ork la a beaut I Hi I numtr sul one r r the little penile logu Into eestacles over It need not tie Nil t that the quillt) of the matter Is in t onlv ntnenrr I ut rntinly uncxecp tlmnbleln time lor the name of the conductor Is a guuraiity for both of then Tho illurtratlont are kIiiit Tjr superb Ity all means get a copy for tho ehll Iron tJnlimml fir OctoiHT comes from the Ieonarl fiem Iiil lirhliif Oi 41 Itan lay street. New rk amir m etiiiiaaer wn ini if nnrwrania are nut vvarinngiou n e mis aniiquaieo anuiugniy rertiectablo us well as uieful tublitatlon keens fully up to the times In all the Im provements that are real In tho magaxlne line MiluIuic1 ts concluded In this number anl must certslulv be pronounced one of the mot entertain liurstorleaoftheprereiitage The Irony e f IJfe. "Tlie Helena of f-urlildea" part 4 of "Mine is Thine ' and a variety of articles make up a valua ble number Tho iirltual Offering a monthly magaxlne de voted to the tntcrots of humanity pulllsheel at Springtlel 1 Missouri marks tho progress of rpirltu alUni westward It la ent us by H M Ilaldwln Jf.i" F street and Is lllleel with a variety of well written artldtsln advotaey of the motlcrn rplrit nal i hll sorhv Iu item! will atTonl much in- Jn) mem to those who are Iu search of light In that uirecuou ItOUHIN II tihtntrtm hnMbernm tntarnefftnt plttrnrtU nr of no nviil,n t ttiml note only one tontitorrnt ithou 7t tfKttan tin a il u trm tftatti b)tnr)lln(tann& lrtlrmml In TliR ltrri nrirM Ji tHlvrrfirtnTt ttrnprrlytiiH trniiniibrinUm fmtr ttitr tthirh trill nvU fin (yet nt forth fit Uutit each a tWyuml ftser thlitrrii rooms ami bah all mofltni Inurnvr nient inromil tf crir rritir hi iip tlnyarrt, IwoMoru slit pUrxn A . Will tw fi rntahr-ri If dt Mrwl wliii new rels irtim lKt miktra. At t If io W rncrAUi.tlSl Mreet orllo II Hill IMi liitb sirss v oa Flit Itr NT Well fnnvHhwTdniihleheniae north" wist miUnnt t or etn rwn andlmamenl la all ni'Mlf r lit nvetil n it rtuMelllilio im, f.lr -rnL Aletrem for tin-e tl-tj, Iln 401, Illy lt Olieo. txTOtt IpOR RI-NT FIRNIHH-A UNP Itr?I - UKN( K No M Is Minimi tiwntilpwn FOR llhNT-THKF.K'irtmY IiniCK IIOtRN KK IVunrylviui a aviniii1 anntlmi't ntr tlie Cap Hi iem mj Hip el n r ihvin mom all n iwlpra p netnl-'ic'ea I pNtia ly ftirnnc aenMnl itlUrj n-v-1lilixfrth,Bmlln''()niilHeonlir IlpntMt hevrt I unit iot .Nu. tH Apily at I too in 21 Wlnkr"a Hull ling PCI7-SI FOR A tieatilifit rtHpvp known P)ii nrvr to winn tfnnt mmli rula nrl w Ihn fBiillflt PfLlrfu HiiibuIi in liuli i tnwn. alort mLk from tl cr route lloiiieeuiitalnseivtit rooms two plnrrxi Ironl with bam cirrlue-l oei-w wimmH i"i pn iKiurp, Jke hihI two acres of sroiin t with eloce fnilt IiMinlratnuFatie tnorthwis, wrt"-! InoR RFNT- V DKHIItAUIl URSTtlM T mini e d hniinn vr a ru fp of r ii m wub fcovrt. Apply to Ia)maler 1. I. IIHlMIHINT r tM purliupiit. orltft P)lt RFNT Till1 NEW ANl FI HI Vrn llnlnhpel fpuMi OOP ennlali ln 1p!tb r'finia, wlthpvery eotivpnl-! pp, No I hi prm nt arpmiP. Inn i rpi fW VI HntKM .NallonalKAliejn IUnk. n riicrof Flftppi th street and Niw Vork ait ocittr Tit Labor 1-xehAnge, Nothing of special interest took place at thebxcliange)eUrday. There were, In all thirty one apj licatloua filed The managers arc ver de sinmslhatthoclt'ituaof the HMrlct ohotil 1 take more Interest In this work If then Is any one w ho it Mibu that there l great f n (Tiring In the DIs irict amouKtho nxr an hours ixttrlcntoat the I- xehaugo will convince him otherwise FOR RI-NT S1ITWEI FTII HTRI-FT A IIANI HOMFIV. firntahPd IIOtHF of Ih ir pen n ma. ftrauilPMof lurntahpel Rooiuson first seeondai I third p O It RENT. f ii n v i ii is n unrRVfl Ihavesrvcat fine HOI mFm del fblmlly oc'pd, aniriirnlanee In PTCPllentMylp (bf rent tor th aemttm of tmmrwH fr by the year at rrieps ranxltig frena tlOO lo frW) per motilh to private IhnillW only J N HUlCk Heal FVlale Arint No IVOj IVnnaylvanUarpnae crt Vim A rib all n Ii rurni cell mpanv ItnillU aoit nu.i:, TTVnil RAIF rilFAP A FIILST TI SS8It V eirrWh wiUARr HAND To n t UfAllIM M MAT I lpnihsireta N V I- nireet, IwIwhu NiPi anl WANTS. WANTFn-lOAltnil! at n n PTPH-T lorlwpsl It Kim mid board 3)er week Ooml tolile boordtliHT wtelc. ot-0 im M IKHIl n FTtNF-ltKlI IX-On tbe 1Mb of Ortibpr, tiri tty ine iirv ie ryioii nrown ntitt.iw a h HMKV Of Ork,rHMuUltAtAH hm 111 HI LW. Of lliU rlty HTtiTIrlt AIIHAMK-Oi tie 17th of (Icteher. 1R77 Ultia rpalelpiire of Hit) bride a mirpnia. IIuwht I e-iuuty. Ml bv lbs Ilcv Mr lten-t IirsHV H htot- l p n ui i iuwnii(, i N., hiiu ntu.m u uauui( i j uele Ahroma, iurn II H 1MI1.II,-!! inilllW III UI UIlUUFTi t oclorlc p. m. C iiaiii w IntAiuirH Ared twenty tbrcti yp ira, f mr monlliH and kIUppii dieja. ThpfrlPti Uofllit mmilyare Invited tnattenlthe finer L, nu Meieielav IIipSIhI Instant at a o i lock p in I roiu t Lip resiilpu i of hM MrenU, corner of Hprond n 1 tl ktreptn nonhc lat. AllNFTir-cin riiumlay Oilobpr 1,is7,at ITlp m ourllttlr Wn t ik, h-lovpd aoii e f W 11 ante H Arnein oajeu iiire)e.era,otie nioniu ai a sevpn tmys I H V PH. VI lloppioii on the mnrnhic of October 19 IT7, In tie aevrniy llrl ear ol hltt an J t Ii-wim. rnrniprly if InlawHrn eiHiiiiy tih o but for tbe U t Ihlny alx) i ars n relilpnl of this District til ndiurolnvlteltoajiei d the fjieral from hla lute real tpiiee Hunday the 31st lnitunt at a o clock klTHTZ. InllporirPtnwn on the momtnic of the lAlhlnst. Ileutetiaiil Col uipIJohm It KtHTJUtul- iPdMaieatiorini or j-ngmeers in ine nn-ttpvtnia year uf tila hp, I unprul fre in Chrtst ehureb, (Iporsplow n on Ratur dav ItieJMIilnii at WV a, m loll liparpni I Ipopo niet-t tiutietunllv al Ha. ni at ihehntiMtofProl J J Nimnm (Irwn ami Htmlilari MtppU tlporirplnwn fok tiii: liVnir.s. SILKAND COMBINATION SUITS. M-ZvWLLIAN WITWP TlIJ WW ',H HEAITII ON X1 JlilliX FAMV H-I r IiH I NO and (hmt sin Is vtst PR WIIIH-X IxtallsiuiPiit oj irMlt VVillanta Hotel, f r rellpr lion ami aToIdancn ot CViriui Ilun-euia. Dltwawd Nalla Oil I nla lis Vssrulsr EiPrpiwpiice, da1, J-tablLthwl m Waftlilnaton In l&CI. w-ly THE JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT IlKTItr llFt't IIIICAN OIVFltJ U pre arpd tn do all kinds of mercniittle prfnllna; nt pnetii tliurele fj eompptltion txli-lf HOAKIlINtt. Till mimtoiu swou Jlev, Mr Murrlnnii Ilefeuae The HetUloti of the Hjnotl Rev lr Wills callel tho sj nod to or ler ) ester day morning opening the stflon with religious oervlces, rollowtng thce Rev Teorge Morrison made an able defence if which the following olnts were the moi-t i romlncnt tlrst ThHt lio lift equal right" wlth8hr)tck Hpionl lliat If the thare.es of Khryock were ells mWedhlMhh ml 1 bt Third Tout helm 1 l-ecn sevt nteen jiars in the mlnlMryof the Lord and had aluajs tritd to do His will Veeer ling lo tho Inwsgovernlngsuch easts eaeh memUrt ftlie 1 rest vtcr) irom whtun ut tl it an a eal hal Inhii male havo a rlitht to stale tht n i ns whv they u te 1 as they ell I The Dili f the ltitllinnre rreubxterv was then calk I anl Revs Hrn, lUekus varUls f-ulnn CtibKoii Riiiklu tarter Noycs lltalu and Jellty spe Le st tonal tt ral lo It ngth All! r meu ueuiiiiiiiii nu 1 nuiiirM inn i ri-ri t lir if Heiltlint ro rttlrtd with Mr Me rrison fr t tiMiltniie ii 1 taring iheiralpure tlie roll e fiht cr(B''lle Iel anl tl vvadilnnton 1 in jltrlt wcretalitl an leach i kinder In onlcr mr fihen an o portvinlty toexiSTm his Ideas tl Hie i--e la.r re tin lluul v to i f'tht Sjnod wastuktii Iu this wav the imi1 ii wuitcxteiHliil b l m wltu the) Aeljoumid fir tweut nltiutta ti tuki lunch1 TIII AFTHIXtMiN IMIIN When the Hvu d imiu tumii 1 Iu hte Drake spoke vtr Fire Hlv lu fine r f ihIiiIi in tl i ftp tualnf )! Jf rrl n A fur hU-teih luwhlih he lulllrvd iu i uMder-iHi minbterlnl hull dor I n jr tlio rtntl vi ti f tl t nmuh whs tike ii Die pi ion m "lull tin H in 1 1 r ItilttiiK rt lilplrort then) penl an 1 Ci lii Uiutt f Rev Ceiire M irrl ii aaan t lit Ireitery of ItHltliuore- The vote was a f Rows In una In 1 not to u tain J") t isiiNlal i in nrt 1" Iheel? wtro then litrinted to retire and ite eldt thiir ixait (.roini 1 ai both shbk tlalme I the in Ju lo Druke arnue 1 tlut thrv i-houl 1 ln coiul I trexl u v tlmt to MiMlrilu Ihe Apical They riturnt 1 aftir an absent e of an lit ur and reKirld tl at the) decided tosiitafu tht loin) Ulut an 1 aiptal I iiw xni i 1i r 'i 1 1 iviii inu ii'"i) nu n n Hotel Arrivals, Titnumt II " C A lllaclc VV h nefcburg To, A A ftlmil oi W u J V A re hll tell Juctmiivlik-J 1 1 e man I- 1 eanli, kannja Cliei Hum lei It VV llkiui MLd noil N J JMwunl Hlurj fpa MM ord N J, Hukli ItaihH, luyt-llevllle Itin uud V IIMtlvii jrt'H'rl it I Thuntou and wlfV N V ; J 11 HJt wpll.W a Harknii Iliirtirl Coin Mr an 1 Mrs Jiico lloiipvii, Mr It A Ph-oii Menilih lenti I V In r ut i a it ai deli it' r AtiHineluv, C A lui tpnwu aiel J JjiiiU and w le Ssew ork. incnrfa-C I aymoi d I J Dmovin It L nn lloptei (luy M uu IlfM-ti, Htiild nKiitnn N, DrtJADrur) ltt J iKr,!k Y 11 Wrlrnp mi I ir 1 lltl tint la II in A M-tMice, J VV e i iile. elf anl ll iit lUuuliiir. Jiukw n 1Ik- Aim ef ltiikpr thud ant mm ft N i Mr nj Mrs T V Mu t ml M rrhiowu N J Dr ant Mm l ll V iley ii e un I N J Ml 1- nin i 1 up M1m O rrle 1 wiip N i A It Jon I lilla D A I Jenny au i wile., U Iyer Kdblnon, Msv Japnl tn- RnnoleK Itotton Mmhi. C F t)e lie n 1 N V: IIJI11) wi eandcauxhtpr IjeillMniplon, Maei, ITH mini N V VV Wutermin Hurt uin a Klti w VV II MelHU net Alt l) 11 Muiphiii Uilni, N t It ItA s 1 1 an I wire, t'lwllftburg' N Yi J N IIoakIuiiI aiu wl e MlllHloue Mvt, bit -Itr J T It thiiuek. I hlln Jainen (anly, ltreM kirn. N Vji A I'lterw n 17 HN 1 ll Vfmirer Nor wk k Ct J ll II m ir N ;( i llihn and w If DiOUHi.Obtr MrVV PCUrkp Mr M It Ib-rUnl, low unv uru i nrrw, rimrii it riet i lite it Mrlhinil I 111 linn ii I Vl V II l.ilil i Kun Anliiulii Tatua Mr anl Mis All Ujih-i, llrouklyu, N KliHT. ri I ivennore J lUtr n Itmtii n; ft T rl low KNan Hike I birif KVMeli-M N V. j 11 M 1 rit,r lit nllV UnkwiHAl llemC II IliiiMkt N j lliraro 1 rill rot k llotin J VV Ht-iirj. HM lUnalian ltltt mnrt 11 ll-erl iwiuil Hlf Ilniokle n NVi t ll nr,.H sliuwuii 1 wtr . lit Mon II It Dunlin a It K l!et Hlfeuml tHudeuifliters WhePtina; W a Vrtn inJ I m VV It Hum ll, clly J p Thompkln, IMeitmui Im 1- Keiirui V t KuUI t n J tl Wli ah n N l" (I lliir h N Cilonl J I) In.MraJ Dtn.liil (Its rije V Ware a 1 wlfr iHid Vtu son 111 It MiAlen ai I wl II VI til In anlwife, kit It lllnkwoiMl N V A HpiM-miti N J i tl It innr N t N A Hflclitr, Mlih CHhUuberir H l EJ 11 JUVtsiTbl V tf St J I Hint keniilaul VV 11 Hihic A ll.nii.ll lrlilA fH1.idl Im I.Iiu Cb hf--u tan I JAHtpnsnl Vtarylnnl 1 C tnelor vlnttida, C IlkKliia Ii d hum 1 t llierrlaon Is i J 1MV plipr lrniiHlvHlili 1 A Alil v 3ltirlinl F VV Melooir and wile, en 1 1 ll It tiblni t'oi nwlU nt ir N Juui-anu I Ji n el Neuka I phi selvaulie J H Huxl i OliNlrurlluii In Ihe I'utli. The coiutnittct of one liunilrtel titizene, eoiupostel of men of ull pirtlen, appointed to mtiuori ilize CoiiireHN in behalf of Mich legislation tin will bent fit tht Nation il Cup- ital, is now confronted I13 Mr LnlUMlUH Vl rXvNHi-u, who tun written and imb- Ushed u letter declining touctaaoueof iu nieiuitei Jie Kir uim. "'""" ..r.hri fl.rtvw.i rtaliilat 011a llmMntrfl reiiHoiiH for liU hlnJlir action, amoug I thmuuh Rv Mr WimUor sutmitted Aiucuuria) ,,1,1,1, nnA 4i1(, rilliw1iu' whiih was ate led IUt Mr KqiilfW offeree) a which wo find the followlllK I rt lutiou of thauks to Dr Sin dVrUinl Hoard of 1 There Is much I admit lu sail memorial that iriMie and everyone hiring au thing to do Isrery lust and oomnieu labli but there Uton with Die Hynod flip repofiof the couuuUlceof taluedlu It a clause that to my mind may bt eon Jon hrii jVllSS. "" stmed to Inrolre a Job which may result in In Thi busTnS ufitMSyMd hailny been MUhed, currlng a further dubt to the District and Increased u adjminied to mM Vki year at the Westminster tasatlon I refer to the 1'otomao rirert' and I tKurcn. tUfitaiorf, l'MKltTKr,HS. R. W. BARKER, Cabinetmaker and Undertaker, Io. 012 KleieiTiTv Nlrcet N. IV, 4rnodlea Imbolmet) and prepared for tranaporta tion at tbe shortest notice myS3 R. P. HARVEY, No. 934 F Street Northwest. ItOOlIN FOR IIKNT. An aetivrtitetnent tnnrrtM fit thit tUmrtmml Uth. mitmitirrtnrllvxtnfieMvrtnttr4yur run titt thereby trrvmHiiO the itrfnrt iff uf ytwf Aoium iPt K a rnftma an Mratmorln i It nbl lint with or wltl out hourel vino oilir room at SM I strpit nurihwett 1 ijwlte Irrankl a lark oc-HZw MORTON HOUSE, 922 and 924 F Street Northwest. PRItlS FOR 1M1 VRD Per month T8 Wl I er mouth, If iwldln advance IV W isrwepk- - .m- 4 im llriwklanlorillnner. - 2V Uinch w - W tlDieallk-kPlB - - - -aiu 41 di elo --IHO MOHTOV 1IOIHI- wiwtliprlrat one In tlieettylo lnwer Ibeprlrea f r board andlbus save the oeofU from ft to f-V per month. Best Board in tho City. regs. Hominy tuidUatMval fir I reakliat every dnj; at MlHlTeiN JimiHE, i DCS and V 4 r stree-l northwest ' X II. No beer, Ibiuors or tobaeto or any kind sold.) -iy ( AJ7(l rFVNSMVAMA AKNUK NKAm XIU Blslh-sirert DphiL llneKlssi board with room irom set io siei day III) 11(11 ti mer of New V i rk uveuue an I rif tiHtiiii mrpfC uti. m i rMjuritvta-, n nurrir or B ililmore txrO Im lfiOMS M1U IHIlt)-rV K1ITK OK fIN J Ol If. ho isueHly lit M ail tun W il ttrtrlaas lltruiiKl out, at Ht. 317 Ir o ir ana a tiulf ntrr l north. rpv( IAU0E II Mb IIOOMS VOIt HN'T OV X Hive ith Uri-H.a inva I otreet, s utable ft r anel eiy nipt tugs or for wuk rooms. Aipyal Nn.tni aunt oe'O Jt L 111 Ll- NTH bTRb&T At No 1012 haudmnie tiniarlo- M M Town tlilenjrn, "iln. Ihiek fhlla-til i n lu jirri-n i,n i un hiiihii mi i n lildnli. HM Wllk.liut.ni eitiio MraJ I II lu MrallPii I , I' Hli IV lllle. H AI VVI1LIILMOI rk JioMhIWp Ai", it oi II kill idl I) IlkkitiMn a J I 1 I pIim Nkw Hill HIM 11 (1 1 I t II I em sjUuiila, A itl i I - A Hpgpman N J John O tVev ler N J OI llarli r N r (i Hmllli Npey V. ork tlljt 11 h Hull, In I II ii A II VVIIIp Ifsim Jitin N VViimoii III J hw h V blip ir Dtieil htpplitiia N I- A I ikp Itiltlni rp MrillerfpllCM vpn VII i-anm.l VV en.NmaI Anidi mjj ( 1 1 1 11 eiiMtr 1 1 Haiti- il.U FV rai il N J, It J vvooflliull, N i Hon J N lu 11 lur W V'u tilA tampiMll VV j Im VV JarvK V vf mliiK Jan it Utilnn rile! Jl n (ICteiuu ton.Md II fuiurl llilllii ore- II lb ma.Ht Ijoiifi IVVIIoblism D in it UnrlwfA Taylor V I J llpnktp VII (lV A I una 1u 1 p J I imou ( Iipv pimii 1, 1 rowiilng hanuipl llronn N ll Woilfjiil, Mil II JhiiIi V Vi Hi in m HlmiikN Hall In i rp I J im. N iAVHlkiii N , A V Miunuon. 1 ullrt elell Iu Jllfif TClIlvermore J nalmoii noatoii HTtel Ii w h mi alkviitHirtf He mi liw V t II 11 II n.r II ii lN lKkwoot, IlinC I11I-U1 NV.tllor.MP i ii i iruiiH jt uu j m iiriir, ji ihiimiibii, itaiii inunt ll lierloH a id Hlfe llrinklin NC llllrl al aw an 1 Hile, It tr-t in II It iitinim V a If K Lvert velie tul iHouuujbiprs Wtuelliiit V a. It v rnein ltoeite Nest eAr It U unileiatotHt that thu Mt ernou route bttwi'eulhlaciiy andMt ernon has been Riven to Mewr (i rtoran A HUlte although they wero lut a mon if the i ubllt, bidders As there was a very llvel) competitl n (r thh routo the In lies were cuauled to make much Utter Urms for the leoMthan formerly, II o pibllu vellluiieluubtodly bo trnmllv beiielllLd as the ladies had bids from several rennonbltle mrtleH. who nhrel to buill new bejau,exireIy adatUd fur UiU route And It Is presumed tne Board of Itexenu have secured such guarantees as Hill Insure to the patrons of this route the comforts u well as the safety, wo MWUUt IMMeH -Ul II1UVH VSltSi AHMAII IltlATK FAMII IUVF Mb ttANIM fornHied voouia a nxteainl en suite kiilinrwllhint In md hullittil lnr tloi uri-umpn ir Kpi atom, at B-7 ernioni avenue, oi poaite Arlii eu n rpHr HNKST HOOMS AND THE IIMT UK A--L 1 DN Itimma en buIip it sli itIp, iMrlois or tl ambPTS newly mil rielil mrnhihel with tlrst Clafsttlltiboari at IH-1 K atrppt eon pro tin th unit-til" mum i ii ptien.ienn.Pi avenue apniraie or toeilter Aud board if elewlnM nrw i arpet i n i lurnuiirt? win-ti- Qi) U bTKI-KT NOI11HW EST Ft HI UrNT, OUl) pi puna 1 1 south Trout nioiua. nltlt buurd, either trunalpnl or pprmanem also Ublp-bord. oitir ATtt IrNNVLVNIA AM-NUh. NhAU TL I Hlitb Nlreel iionlieeMl V iry UrKPfomiuu UO IMS vprviK-M lulilPlnr a tt pinner of e onicrHiH Ai minr roomi for senile nipn oi Iv ei nv puie-ut ft r Uklng II e Hull a ll touis by tin iluy pe k or menus nc 1 Hi ii utiii t-n KiiiTimi.T ir. i NtIIII-ll IK rtUN-llrlnr ml ilium ber Alo Hi Kleruoo s nclVat 1501 (OMt'OKl.N. FfcLIX DESH3S8U8 1-Kr NCH IUKril , (fitabllnlipit A) IS KAnanr Im atAnixu Hiccrwi. J-1-1 IX mxiUMHh. be well known aud only rpot French baker lnWaahina ton. Inea rpniovl toISu. JUU It slrnl be twppn 1 h pn tUMh an I Twenty Hmt atniia neur IpnuHylantu ave-i uup where tna Ihhihppii remty built te r UMpurixiw, 1 a lueasrpHtpr laillltlpM tliin IvCorw fur tlie maiiurao lureofTba bet Kreitth and Amerlean llrpniL It rem he liberal terms onrreu lo hot is J N ll. trvnch Bretul is reetuiiuipuded forpersinei dtecr. of dflkale npultli eaiPiUlly tor Uiemn butlerhu a ji la Jjenaieui iiunaiioaa. WOOD AND coir, G" UHlrltttf liHIHt IN HOT qi'Afl- iWnrnuel and VV otxl lltl lMms)Ivaiia ave inn bilHiin rnlti and Iwitnii Mittlx so ub alh, nuel jl IViuiaeliHiiiu avenup betuppn iJrd mil K ur iuiI-ftn l-t-lilf Mrtil wmili t Ii Im ot ant mill blith Hirtfi Hi arf I"o 0 rue, river. Honor aijip en allium an I nur urkant. ocu ir TTTfti rox t jAtt a Nu lien 111 ii I te i r VP-Hl Vj" ii d ai alillaliPil (1 at Mil Won.1 Ynf(l run hi till mih! lvBtrrt IM tinrilittpxt an Iril m kt t iIimib. tu-. In a I III on lo our prtwei II oitl u No, MJIIdl siret) uirthwi-at wp will Ic i ii a roll o.ih k uf 1 1 e re at call-i tlrttof VVimti AND It) VU will It hp I m1 a'lh lovep t marke laee. baweit slid K lit VVmel ml HiRUtaltiUt r cover ueiMm a r ve)oi.tcy l. IILSIONH. JOTRE TU MOUNT RM)N l'ArAlFRA I lie steamer AlirtOVV Patuln Frank IIolMns lnwd Is the only boat ull wed lo laied K",ni,fPi I Mount priuui Wharf luwni(ira taking th I tiftmrrtHlitililseoniii-oiPd nltli IIip Ijulle Mt nil' ertun AweiMlatiiHi) avild r 11 Ion In anibuIaiiL' tbri-emllpa as by oihfr llnea. Itoun I trip, l, lniludlnc luimUwleiu to Mansion antl KipaniprlpaveaBevnlh-atriet wlmrf 1HII Xao "' " """ " " j- a'. rriiWiTvW.JATii. fcnpt I.artiMi M unl pm m Aasue-lallnn. FRANK Hli LI IcmilKi sir Arruee jyitf mMSTKI-FT NOKTIIWFr IHR KFNT, 'XJ Jmud-v mply f irnlnh il ruoim pit suite oi PXIM IP.-i- IOUUINT-IWI rENNDiIVANIA AV1NUE . I aiuUoiuely Airiilsbed roouui hIHi lMni orlM.t HHJj-J? itii"'!! R01 AND Ql HtMONl AM M P OHIO O.O 040 ni iii Arlliifbin Intel I-nr mil wllh board veiy haiidai mply niriitalipd aiilla of ihu or three room, mi Arai ru r, au laj le lor nerxoi a h Wl Iiik to 1 1 1 1 rei tlonc alao ft ur r m ma on am.iiiid door The h mn la rlrt-clnae tn all r suret local I n unesori tloBteble, and aiifwdble lo Hit prlnc pal lines uf strpet ears. ex 10-1 TMK RLNT-A SUITE OF ROOMS RtlTABIK 1 fur an prrbrr of CnntrtM In a ceotral lot'atlty, lUintlaw No 19 Clratit Flae-e txAlf jrr UOUTKTO MOUNI LRN0N Hipiipw aa(e ah 1 rouiniwlloM ateamer MA11T WANItlNCIIiiV in now eurri but i e-pipiupr ti Mt. V pruon nu 1 hiinO'liti it earriHirra lo tiauatort Uipiu toll Maiialon fly llil-l rouie h rnoiit avollali I walk una Inn hill IheiliHtauee U in and a halt mllPN nol three Inivmspepi th alrPrl nharf every day (ttimlay evpptledl ol lu-oiie. in an Irplurnienoul 4vhiini rarpfl lirlittnif adinlsalou and rwrrluire rkla la and from the Munslou JpC tr iMit un.l Hill Irrn 1 nil IT Vi Mrl tt An i arfl I ti i i Kl um At ut hi Irk lrriltttr' lilrti tieali rtei-a at JIMHH Old Hluml e blu H Mreul 111 rinwi-tit All iioIim oy uuui win ue (rouiitiy Hi nt Uy at M-nit-tf $10 TO Q-jr; A I KUUF MVDF HY J)kt Arenu iwlllnir our ClirmniM. (tayons and I U ward Motto, rVrtjitiira iaiblrniM. uwpnl, 1 kUir and (Ireruo taela, Ot hundred Smt)le, worth 1(. aeut iiuatnaJd lor TV. ftlumxAted CVIaWie tree J JL BUFtXilUrti bONS. Bomoo, lLOUblUbed HMO. JaiOtm.