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THE NATIONAL KEPUBLICAN, MONDAY MOKNING, SEPTEMBEB 1, 1879.
, NEW ADVKKTISEMENTH. Ills ft m Blr j alike to consumers nnd dealers how JOHN DOWLINO, TUB TIBA. IMZ-AJtST, AT 8KVKSTH fc I SIKKKT8 H. W., Can alTord to sell tils superior Mixed Ten At SO cents Kr pound m hen It I actually worth (I. 1UU ho does as thousands or our Utltcns cau nlteat.and In doing bo Duwltuir lathe happiest rnnn alive, for tie Isnno ho never t res of dolnc good in thotomniunliy. Thoto who have never tried this relohratid Mlied Ten, Tor iiileouly at Don ling's, should loo no time In Qolna so, hs It will cl o tliem entire satisfaction, au&ll SCHOOL BOOKS. A complete. iui'orlm-nt or nil llio Hooks used In the Public and Privato Schools AT LOWIST IMIK'KH. E. M. WHITAKER & SON, uoc)Kt.i:i.i.r.iis.Ni)8i'ATioM:tts. (Vcruou JUW)1MI 1'iiiiisrtvaiilanviniic, waa-ixr WAkHI.NOTON.iA!. OURSPECIALTIES, ai:xi.v n.txi-si:wi:it hoots, lace, hviioxaxh coxaiiEts qai xehs, UVM, Kit' AX It CALF HOOTS, ladies' sjiti: law. aAirr.us, ici i . I xi i oa v mm ox sno r.s, n'litrj: hittsi.ivi'ints. scnoo i, a oi;s ix a u f.a t fa k i f.ty, ou.ii hoots Axn shoes, all sr.rs, AT I'ltlCI.S LOW lilt Til AX Till: LOW AST. Jj. HMTlLMttJIS', 402 SEVENTH STREET. Sign The Old Woman in Window. 3STOTIOE: Teachers and Scholars will find it to their interest to com municate with us on the sub ject of SffOOL BOOKS And General School Supplies before purchasing. All Public School Books purchased from us are fur nished with covers freo of charge. J. D. FREE, Jr., ' xo.j;i:ir ; .sr., ovi. ehhitv iiou.sk, AXI POU11TEKXIH AXD l'EXXA. At'., OFF. W1LLAU1FS. eolm. CARUIAGES.JDAMIAGES. A line new VIIENCII VICTOTUA, very UgMand tylUh. ft new waln-trbnmed COACH, & ntw una ciecruiuy imn limn co-l or niniiula.tn .w utid clccantlj unltued Jx-iMiB,etn;tr 1.ANDAU inn cotti X-IUIBAfl re: four nabfiy Lirr hock- W .w,- AWAYH. .ciiuvttilntf now, tor winter and Kunuutr nte. Uoctnra ni.KIUNt. m i.wlt.Uy. Ainu, LVU1M'. IE.T8.roUl'JiS.C()Ui,J. HOUICAW'AYH. 1UI nnd NU-lOl I'Jl.KTUNs nml CAUHIAUKU ul all ik cripUons. 'Hi. largest Mock 1 tiuu ever had. nt ptfaily rtditcx-d iirlcva. Ortnt reduction In prlcwoi It. pair Woik. I aw Btfciil for 1.IIK1GR' VATKNT UMRHELLAS, Uiebeum the market, ftutmb'e for mi) stlcot open Yelilclf. A full Ithpot them on baud. AKcntfur iiRKWSH-ll CO.. oi Drootne fitrctt, Kw York. ANDREW J. JOYCE, 41V, 414 AXJi 410 XOUHTEEXIH ST, auO-lm BABY COACHES, t:ett:lts, baski:ts, aiiciiehy, volls, feloci- fedvs, toys, s-c, lowest pkick8 at NATIONAL TOY COMPANY, tt'clf 43U seventh Street. WANTED I)HAWHAt'K'i AT HIOUKS.T MAHKET KATC8; liv j. t. coi.nwr.r.u muHm Swlt'sueet LoIlroU Building). uellbrated Milwaukee Lager Beer. 1'rlce, 80o. lVr Ilozeii. PHILIP BEST ISKEWING COMPANY received Clcld Jledal nt I -r.s KxpoMtlon, Ik's. BOTTLKU OK AI.Ii"olNOKIt AI.H, I.AC1E11 illi. HODA WATKK, 'IUNIU 1IKUH: ALSO t'IDUIl ANT) VINJ.OAK IN BA1IIIKL8. . nyc. :m:-5t, 30 and SX I'rusiiect St,, GeorKetuwn, D. C. JylO-tf Gas Cooking Stoves! Washington Gas-Light Office, mfli 411 AXD 413 TENTH STJCEET. QCHMTZ DREWINO CO.'S BIIIilVAUKKE LAGLR. TOE rUKlMT AND BIUT LAOEll IN TUB D1S THICT. IN CAMKS AND UOTTLEa For sal. by Dealura and the Ac.nt. SAM'X, C. l'ALMEJt, D.pot 87 Groilio street, Oeor.town, I). 0. N. M.-RKTAIL l'KICES IN BOTTLEi! Patent (toppers, pints, per Uoien..... .'.......S3 cents rateot sloppvrs, naif pints, per tno dozen 60 cents BOTTL1S TO 11U ltETUIlNKD. wya DRIVER'S RYE CORDIAL, Kccoiiinicuclcd by pli yHiciniitt en ernlly nw n Htirc euro t'ttr Colilv, CoiikIih, niul all ult-vtiouH of the Throat and I,iiiin. In compuNcd of line olil Rje lVltlNlxy unci pare White Ntrlui; Hock Ciiiidy. Ql per bottle, 91 per khIIou. GSrOO. "ViT. Drivoi, apH Depot, alii rcnuarlvaiiln nvenno. AltlUVAJ, OV 1'ASHESaiUl TJIAIXS, XSAlUinore nml l'utum uu Depot, corner Blith btrcets. ami II MORNINd. Wnsirctou nlifiit line CS.1 Aleisidnn .. 0.10 Alexandria- T.0 Alexandria 1.23 IluUlntoroiiccnm ,.. fcit-t JS'urtli i nd Wtil U Altxunurla............. (-21 AJutlllldlllU H..to-U wuali'i-lnii pawtuc.r tl.oo AleiuudtU. lll'.'S KVKNINO. Jlull..l'hllo.A Iloilon 1.00 Jtlchinouildavllne... 1 10 Al.iuuilrla.......... I xi Alexandria .. ., M JJmllcdexpres i.0-1 Alexandria. i a WasbliiRtou day line 4 u Alexauilrla.....H,..M..M 6u A lexnndrlu t,:vi Wh li'Ktou pnasvnger i:V) Alexandria. T: Worth nnd Went :.d HIitimoudiilKlitllne. U Alexandria IS 23 Dnltlmore onn Ohio Depot, onrKer Noir Jer- n'yAuims nun u Mreel. JI01INI.MJ. KVLtHlNO. In. Iuls tin. ex... t.00 I'hllu. A N. V.ex ... C.U llilcago ,t I'ltlsbiirg ex .... TiSO llaJtn.x. way stations 8 20 rrrder'rk: nr, (Mel, hrniich) 8 33 Halm A Auniip. ex . 8i7 Martlutbury and lis- Emtuu ac, (Mul, ruin.li) V l fBuliu ac. ....l:'.30 I Hullo, ac :so alio. lie........ 4 SO N. V., I'hlla A Jlovix. ti.oo riedniont, Htraiibiirg. WincliMter. I'redt, lliuorfciuwu. I't. or HtclUMiJ iykltt tlous ( Dalln. aix. e.s? ilalto.ex. .'0 )udtii.,tmiystMloiii 7:M Clilcnrn ,1 f-t. I.ouIb. b.iO liallo.es , ....11.H0 Mliu.r .....t."v l ,. a ,,-ll,OC I t Arrive flail i'. Otliorr Kuudmii hvretiii.1 .l ..I'llll.dKiibS ex. viw TKor tho llmo of dvpuiluru or trains sec adver tisement elseiThere. Nmr Arlvnrtlsenieuts, WavcrlyHuminary, 1112 H N. W. l'ro))okil far cut Iron columni, 1'arU Beralnary, M(i I'lfth street N. W. Euuiincr TlieKlre Coml'iue Varlctle'. llockviMo 1'iUr, frcptombcr 3, ( nml B, Union Law Atsoclntloit, (133 !' street N. W, W. V. Coup's Circus Septemhcr 12 an J 13. Union Latr Suliool, 407 Serentli street jr. W. Kurd's Ojiera House, Ji'oiv Amorlonii opera. Money to loan, J, II. Lawyer, 810 V street N. W. New carpot itoro, Slnslcton Hoelxc, Keep's build ing, S01 Jlurket rpaco, beliool books fur public and privato schools, Y. 1L mid UJI. Morrlion'l. 75 reiiiifylyiiulaiiveiiuc. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tlierinoinetrlo Ileudln.s. Ort'icx Cmsr 8inL-Orricn, V. R. A., August 81, 1879. 7 a. m......... , 70 70 S3 , 84 t n.m ?3 II p. m ? Maximum tvt Minimum C9 7:33 a. m...... 12m ..., 2 p.m. .., tutop. m. ...... Inilliitllnna. For tlio JIlcWIc ami New Knslnnd States clear or partly cloudy weather, llglitvatlablo wind?, mostly from south to west, stationary or higher tempera ture and barometer. CITY XOTCS. dooil So-cont meals nt tho Holly Tree. Odly eoven lodgers wero accominodatcil In tho statlou-liouscs Batunliiy night. Tho only Turkn-Hu.lati and sulphur balh houio In tho city, 003 C street northwest. Tho pollco inndo flftythreo arrests Satur day nnd Sattinlny night. Twenty wcio regis tered "druuls." Cirly yesterday morning tho body of a still-born Infaut was round In tho water at tho Sovcntccuth-strcet wharf. Tim lest Vienna bread In tho city inn bo obtained only at F, Krcnnd's, TU2 Ninth street northwest; also con fcctloiiery. Tho death of a hoisa at the corner of Sev enth and N streets Inst night will requlro n visit of tlio"de.id animal" wagon In that vicin ity to-day, . Alexander Oautron, nn Italian, was ar rested by Officer MucMahoti Saturday night for bentini! Ills father on I street between Eighth und Ninth. A youuetnau iiauicd Ocoigo C. Uphelmer was charged in the I'ollcoCouit S.iluidn.v with cinbezzliucSlO from C. 1). Olliuore last Jiinit ury. Tho case wus continued. Only two marriage license wero Issued last Saturday, and theso to SI. Omizolcr and Cecelia M. Iliich, nnd John T. Uluioy, of Balti more. Md., nnd Kato Verr, of this city. Oliver F. Dtlphy was committed to jail for tho Grand Jury by Judgo Uuiuly Saturday for stealing clothing valued nl$l"0 from tho lest denco of W. Q. Ilalley, on Pierce streot. The tinio for holding tho special term of tho Equity Cuttit arrives to-morrow, but ns Justicu MacArlhur will not ho homo for a week yet, no business can bo transacted. Tho subcommittee of tho Scnato District Committee, to whom was assigned tho duty of Investigating the Question of tho water supply of tho District, will meet at tho Capital to-day. Charles Williams, a colored boy arrested for complicity in tho receut attempt to burglarizo tho restaurant of Julius Eiscubciw, was dis charged from custody Saturday, a nolle pi os. Having uecncntcieu. Sutuidny nfteruoon a sick man named John Dallas, of Westmoreland County, Vu., was round by Oulcer JIcNaiimin In thu Capitol grounds Ho was icmoved to tho Piovldcuco Hospital in tho pmlco ambulance. Mr. F. V, Hill h is filed a dcnuirier to tho answer of tho Xutiounl Fair Association, in which ho claims that tho defendants' exhibits completely destroy their ground of action, mid consequently tho suit cannot bo maintained. J. S, Baldwin & Co., proprietors of tho North Otpitol tar-boiling sheds, were arraigned in the Police Court Satuiday on a warrant pio cured by Thomas S. Donoho, charging tbcm with muiullnlng a nuisance. The case was postponed until the Gth instant, Detective Aeton arrested a coloied man named Henry Harris whilo trying to dispose of a lino set of harness Saturday morning. Ho tried to escape fiom Police Headquarters by ruuulug nut of tho door, but he ran right into tho arms of Detective McElfrcsh, and was se cured. Tho funeral of Policeman William Cahlll will take place from Ills late residence, in Unlontown, at i) o'clock this morning. Major Morgan has detailed thirty men to attend. Solemn rcqucim mass will ba said at St. Peter's Church nml tho remains will bo butted In Oak Hill Cemetery. A cart nnd liorso which had been backed too fur full Into tho tewer excavation on Fifteenth sttcet near CI Saturday afternoon, Tho hone's bind less caught on a cross-beam, and ho held liimEcll in that position holding up tho wiiolo weight of the cart until the harness was cut and ho was rclioved. With some difficulty tho animal was thou assistod out of the hole. "Kleclrlo Light" lit runt's Oporn House. "Electric Light" flashed at Fold's Opera House, In Baltimore, last week, and every night tho house was crowded. Aftor tho nd vnntago of having a successful "first week" in a critical city, tho " Electric Light " will this week be transferred to our city, tho first per formance being given to-night at Ford's Opera House. "Electric Light" is an American comic opeiti. The principal characters are six In numbor, viz: CoJoiirl Cicero Clay Sleep (basso); Cyn thlana Sleep (contralto), his wife; Jft'i.-nfe Steep (soprauu), their daughter; 1'iofctsor Jlahoii (baritone); Wnlln- JlciUou (tenor), his ni-phcn; nud lltxtry I.iyhtfvot (buritouo). Colonel Ciccio Clay Skip, the "candidate of tho Independent, National, Mixed Issues, Fusion, Amalgama tion party iu tho glorious old Forty-ninth decstrict," is tho typo of the American politi cian. Ciml'iiiiiiu Steep, his wife, is u very do mestio person, and is loud of telling how hor C'ireio used to get up nt sunrise, split the kind lin's, make the lire and pcrfuim other little household duties when they flist took to housekeeping. Minnie Steep Is tho American girl of tho period, airy und coquettish, hut by no means lacking In good sense, nnd though ready to plungo into matrimony at the first opportunity, very cateful to ascertain tho "financial stand lug" of the other party flist, J'lofeimr Med ian is the greatest Inventor of the age, and like all great Inventors, out at olbons and pocket. He has discovered the electric light, and his genius is fettered only by the want of a little depreciated currency. Success Cash 1 Ho borrows tho latter fiuin Colonel Steep and forgets to return It. Wul'er Ledum, his nephew, is also of an inventive tutu, but of :i practical turn as well. Jfarrj J.lfihtfoot is a sporting young man, with a weakness for walking-matches and ath letic sports generally. But ho is a downright good lollow, despite his mania for physical cut tuic, and plays a very important nut iu tho opera, llio minor characters ol tlio play nro Monte Hill, 1'oTcer Jack, (leneial Aiiimlnta Pllitt, Dr. Mary llieyile, the Chairman, the Showman and UhdeJlm, Tho production of " Electric Light " was made thuoccastou of tho reappenranceupou the stage of Mis. Caroline IUchlngi-Bcrnard. The opera will be produced hero with the samo caste as lu Baltimoie, which Includes Mrs. Bernard, Miss Annie Roomer, Mr Edward II oil', Mr. Bernard, Mr. Stuart Hurold und other artists. Just What Wu Want. Boys' nnd Children's School Suits, at tho boys' clothlug house of B. Bobiusou & Co., 00'J Pennsylvania avenue Dentil of Dr. Clmrles Illttliiger. Dr. Charles Blttluger, whoso dcuth from typhoid fever.is announced In another column, was the only son of Itev. B. F. Bittingcr, I). D., piutorof tlio Westminster Presbyterian Church of this city. Notwithstanding tho early nge (twenty-seven years) at which ho died, he had secured tho teputntiou of a high-minded, hon orable practitioner of mediclue of marked In- tcgilty oi character nnu u cvuscieuuous reguril for duty and its fuithful porformanco, nud was si-curlug largo and influential mactlco In this city of his birth. He read medicine under Dr, Juinci E. Morgnu, of this city, who Is liberal iu tils nrulso of his fnUlifuliiesj as a student mid liis luveiiblo trails of character. After giadu utlng fiom the Georgetown Medical Collego ho was led to examine caiefully thu Houiuiopatlilo system, and. bolng impressed with itsreasou ablcntw aim oxamlnlcg constantly lis princi ples, ho was led to adopt It as his lulo of prac tice, nud tho cclclnatcd Hnhucronu had uo inoro faithful follower than ho, Thrco yoars ago ho was married to Mis) Isabella M, Wilson, eldest daughter of our fullow-townsuiau. Mr, Joseph M. Wilson. In five to tweuty minutes Lodllle's Head ache Specific cures the worst form of head ache. Price, W cents. THE HEW AND THE OLD. Dedication of a Catholic Church at Manassas. Attendance of Catholic Societies from this City An Inimomo Ontherliic nnd Iin- po.lnp; Ceremonies Celebration or the I'ortlcth Amilvcrimry of UicN'Inetccntli-St.llnp- tlst Sunday-School. A Jfow Catholic Church Dedicated. Ycslculay was tho day set npart for tlio dedi cation of a new Roman Catholic church at Manassas, Vn.,aud a largo number of citizens of Washington, members of tho viuious Catho lic societies, took pirt in tho ceremonies. Tlio Baltimore A Potomac depot nt nn early hour yesterday morning was besieged by applicants for tickets. Two special trains wcio chartered for tlio occasion, nnd fully 2,000 people nvailed themselves of nn op portunity to visit tho historic ground near Manassas. Tho streets leading to tho depot wore nlivo with mclety meu iu their splendid regallns,aud nrutliil music by tho bands re minded ouo stiougly of a "St. Patrick's Day pjrado," Thu first train rolled out of tlio de pot nt 8-lii a. m., nud thice-ijuarters of an luiir later nuother one-was made up for tho remainder of tho dedicators. After the arrival of tlio second train nt Mnnnsscs the ceremonies commenced. The societies pamded as follows: Knights of St. Patrick, 1C0 uicii ; Iviilglits of St. Peter, GO ; Kuights or St. Joseph, ai ; Knights of St. Joseph, No. 1,33 ; Kufghts of St. Colnmbklll, 10 ; Knights nl'St. Bernard, of Georgetown, 'M ; Knights of St. George (German), 33; Kulghls. of St. Patrick, Alexandria, Va., 110; W. Cf Hibernian Society, No. 1, ISO; Hibernians o Georgetown, bO ; West End II. B. S 00; HI beriil.tn Society, No. 3, 70; Georgetown T. A, II. Society, 100 ; Knights of St. Augustine. No. 1.1W; knights of St. Augustiue, No. 2, 100 ; Knights of St. Augustiiio, No. 3, S3 ; St. Peter B. C. Society. GO. It Is ostlmntod that fully G.000 pcoplo wit nessed tho ceremonies, the loads leading to tho village of Manassas being crowded with visit ors from tho surrounding country. Owing to an uccidont to Bishop Kcuno last Friday, ho was unitblo to bo present. Bishop Elder, of Natchez, .Miss., otliclaled, assisted by Fathers Walter anil DeWolf, of Washington, Keating, of Alexandria, und Kelly, of Richmond. Father Donohuc, pastor of the new church, acted ns demon. The dedicatory services were -held In tho open air, the church being too small to ac commodatii tho throng. Bishop Elder deliv ered n beautllul address, taking for bis subject: "Tlio chinch n dwclllng-placo of God with men." At tho conclusion of ids remarks tho clergy, preceded by tbreu acolytes, made a circuit of the building, sprinkling holy water and reciting thu Pxalius of David. A similar ceremony was pcrfuimcd iusido tho edifice, after which a high mass was colebratod, Thu music was rendered by thu following choir: Mesdaincs Croulu, Washington D. C, and Noimcut, Emmettsburg, Md soprano; Miss Esputn, Washington, D. C, alto; Messrs. William Daly nud James Smith tcuur,nuil Messrs. J.nucs and Fred. Daly basso. Tho religious ceremo nies being over, the spectators nnd participants weiu escorted to a neighboring grovo, where a bouiatlful repast, prepared by tho ladles of tho new church, was partaken of. Sight-seeing was next in order, and the battlo-ficld of Bull Itun, Confederate cemctory at Manassas, nud other points of interest wero vlsltod and dis cussed. At 5 o'clock p. m. a warning wlilstlo from the locomotive caused a rush for tlio cars, nnd soon tlio excursionists were steaming homeward, tired, but pleased with their Sun day at Manassas. The new church, which is a fiamo structuro about 70 feet by 33, built lu tlio Gothic style, will ba known heicaftcr ns 'Tito Chuich of Alt Saints." It lias a seating capacity of 300, and tho iutciior adornments and decorations aro very rich, the frescoing being duve-coloied, with blue trimmings, and othor work about the fiacrlsty and sanctuary dark hluo and gold. Tlio chuich supplies a long-needed want, and a nourishing congregation will bo tho re sult of yesterday's proceedings. Tho Taliaferro Meiiiiulal Service, Tho beautiful auditorium of tills church was filled yesterday by tho friends aud associates of tlio late Bobcit Talinfcrio, ossombled for tho purpose of paying a last tribute to his memory. Tho exercises commenced witli sing ing tho beautiful hymn " Just Over Thcie." After prayer by tho pastor lu charge, Kuv. F. W. Grimke, Mr. Belcut Fleet, from a committee appointed at a previous meeting, submitted a series of resolutions highly eulogistic of tbo worth aud character of the lato Bobert Talia ferro. After singing several well-choson nud appioprlato selections, addresses wcie made by tlio following gentlemen : Messrs. J, E. Jones, William E. Matthews, Wyatt Archer, Edward Crusoe, Henry Piper, Bov. F. W. Grimke, David Fisher and Henry Johnson, The feel ing throughout was specially marked by con current testimony ns to his ussfuluess iu tlio church and general excellence as a friend, biother and citizen. Mr, Taliaferro was a a young gentleman much esteemed and very popular with the visitors at tbo Capital, who will remember htm sa tho atfablo nud gentle manly escort In special charge of tho centen nial Bilonua us surroundings. Holly Tree Lunch Hooms. Wo tako pleasure lu calling tho attontlon of the ladies and others of our city to the Holly Tree Lunch Rooms, located at CIS Ninth street northwest, near the Junction of the Ninth and F stteet cars, conducted by ladies. Tho waiters are young Indies as kind aud polite as wu could expect to fiud in our own homes. The chargcB are fo reasonable aud the quality of tholiinclies and meals served so homelike and palatable that iiono need go hungry for want of a good boarding place. Lunches of fried oystors, &c, 10 cents. Meals, bieakfist or dinner, 85 cents. Board per mouth, in advance, $15. 1'ropaintory Law School, A law school, uudor tho management of John A. Hnyward, a graduato of one of our nuivcrsltlcs, aud a teacher of exporlcnco from Bitll'iilo, N. Y., aud Erlo, Pa., will bo organized September 8. Such a school has been long needed. Tho courso of the law departments of tho several universities comprises two years' study beforo graduating. A graduate at law will not be admitted to the bir on his diploma, us formerly ; ho must show thrco years' diligent study ; cither lu a law school or in tho ollieo of nn attorney. An emplnyco of tho Government caunot enter a law office, but must of necessity either attend a school wheio be can havo most of the advantages of au attorney's nlllco without its drudgery, or take a post-graduate courso a cost few cm ulford, Taking such a school In his course, nud graduating ut cithor of the colleges, he Is pro paicd to gu before an examining hoard with credit to ills school and tu himself, I'aili bcmluury, 500 rifth slrcct.noithwust, reopons Monday, September 15, This Is onu of tho oldest insti tutions of the city, characterized by thorough training and elevating Influences. Compo sition, drawing aud bookkeeping nro special features of Its cnitise. Parents who enter their daughters lu this school may b assured that thoy will be subjects of the most intelligent uud conscientious Instruction. The Dnshnwnys. Tallmadge Hall was woll filled last night with an appreciative audience to greet tho Dasbawayaln their renewed revival efforts In tbo tompcranoo cause Tlio prcsldout, Hon. D. P. Holloway. piistdod, and Mr. L, II. Pat- toisou was lu his puuu as secretary, itev, l.tai s plaui Willi I . ' s A,i. ., i a.. .Ri. t. six ine CWCK cxcuuiiKU nuvcr prvr-enivu aueu an Kramer opoiied will a PyM. A fter .imlraUo condition for profitable and rapid stock remaiks by tho prcsh cut, Mr William J, Boyd f0m,lml. Tliere lleVer have been beforoso manv LJP mado mi earnest and liniuesslve address. Mi Julia DjuIuIs then favored tho audlouco with two solos, which weio highly appreciated, Tlio uext speaker was Mr, A. A. Brooku, who do livcicu uu cfl'ectlvu address. Miss Florcucu Hopkins saug a solo admirably, and the choir rendered good music, Mrs. Seymour officiating at tbo organ. The speakers and tho uudltuco wero full of enthusiasm, and quite a number signed the pledge. A number of tho " Llttlo Brown Jugs" wero given out, and the president announced that encouraging reports were ro eolved from tho first hupdrod Issued. Tho mooting was closed with the slurflng of the Doxology. Homo Inmirunce, Tbo Arlington Flro Iururanco Company of the Dlstilct of Columbia has gained an en viable reputation among business Institutions for Integrity nnd reliability. Tho cash cap ital Is $200,000. To property owuors In tho District tho company offers nil tho facilities that thcygnlu by going elsewhere. Tho affairs of tho company nrn couductcd by n number of well-known gentlemen whoso names nro suffi cient to guaraufco tho soundness and reliability of tho concern. Ollieo on Pennsylvania nve nuc, opposito the north front of tho Treasury Department. Arrcated fur Insulting reunites. A man untnod Thomas Haniahan was ar rested Saturday morning nt tho corner of Sev enth street and Pennsylvania nvcuuo by Officer Hllcy, nt tlio Instance, of tho daughters of Major Morgan. Hiiuinlum's. offense con sists of Insulting, hnso nnd beastly conduct to ward females in tho streot. Ho has been wanted by tho pollco for four years, many complaints having been lodged ngalust him. Tho daughters of Major Morgan, who have boon subjected to his Instills, saw him on tho stroct Saturday nud followed him for several squares, until thoy met Officer Bitey, to whom they pointed odt tho man. Hnnrahaii will have n hearing iu tho Pollco Con it to-day. Kqual Dhltloii'a l'Icntc Equal Division, No. 3, Sons of Temperance, will glvo it basket, lunch nud dancing picnic at Gi ecu wood on Wednesday of tills week, nnd llko nil that Equal Division attempts, It Is bound to bo a success. D mclnp; commences nt 2 p. m. Tlio Incnllty Is reachod by tho cars of tho .Metropolitan Sticct Kallrotd Company, which will run every thrco minutes to accom modate thoso who drslro to attend tho picnic. Thu ladles of Equal Division will piopnte a lunch. aa i Opening u New Carpet .Store. Tho splendid storo on Miuket space, corner of Eighth street, iu the newly-furnished aud handsome Keep building, has boon fitted up by Messrs. Singleton it Hoekc, who havo filled It with ouo of tho largest nud finest stocks of carpets, oil-cloths, upholstery goods, lace cur talus and draperies ever oHl-red to tbo Wash ington public. Thu new storo will lie opened to-day, and tho public is Invited to Inspect tho goods. Attention is called to the carpet pat terns, many of which belong exclusively to tills firm and cannot bo duplicated by any other house.. Rich velvet, moquetto and Brus sels carpels, throo-ply and Ingrain caipcts of pleasing patterns, stair nud hall Venetian car pets, and every variety of floor covering can bo found In tho oxtousivo stock. A Sunday Shooting AflVay. Thomas Johnson nud Giles Miller, colored, wero engaged In n fracas In O-sticct alley, be tween Fourth and Fifth aud N aud O streets, yesterday morning, when Johnson drew a pis tol and flrod at his adversary. Officers Marr and FltsEslmmons, hearing the shot, appeared upon the scone, and, after a lively chase, cap tured Johnson, whom thoy escorted to tho Sixth precinct station, Ho will appear bofore Judge Buudy to-day to answer to the rhaige of assnult with Intent lo kill. After capturing Johnson, tho officers went to look for Miller, but bo had disappeared, and nothing could be hcnid of Ills whereabouts. It Is not known whether ho was hurt or not. Divine Sen Ice. Bishop B. Dubs, D. D., of Cleveland, Ohio, will preach this ovenlng In German nt Emnu uol's ChurchrSlstU-strcot, hetweon L nud M. 5 Pollco Court TcmpuriMicc Meeting. The Gospel temperance meeting at the Po lice Court room yesterday afternoon, whilo not largely nttcuded, was full of Interest. Vice President C. H. Woidcu called tho mooting to order at -1:30 o'clock, nud the meeting was opened with prayer by Rev. Mr. Dculson. Altor an nddress by Bov. Dr. Cole, Rev. Mr. Kramer delivered a foiclblo exhortation. Mr. Hopkins then favorod tho audience with n reading. Remarks were also miulo by Mess re. C. II. Warden and Rev. O. W. Donison, and tho cluilr, under tho leadership of Piofessor W. T. Niiunio, roudercd good music. It was an nounced that this was tho last meeting In tho Pollco Court room. Inciiuin Caiipcts, 25c up; Wool Carpets, r0a; Brussel Carpots, Too up, Bargains in Blankets. Best Wool Cashmeres lu tho city for 50o up. Naudaiu, 709 Market Space. Arrested nn a Clutrgo of L'mhcizlement. A young man named Asbury Dickens was arrested by Dctcctivo McDevitt Saturday, charged by Mrs. Elizabeth T. Harvey with the embezzlement of f 100. 'Dickens was re leased on bail for a hearing to-day. Tho charge ngalust him grew out of somo business transactlous between Dickens nnd Mrs, Har vey. Dickens has been conducting tho busi ness of her undertaking establishment, and sho charges him with converting some of tho funds to his use, Dickens' friends say that ho has receipts and proper records to show tho disposition of nil mouoys which vindicate him completely Low-Cut Shoes sold rcgaidlcss of cost, at U, L. Strasburger's, 300-303 So vouth street. A Disreputable House Italiled. About 12 o'clock Saturday night Lieutenant Noonau, Sergeants Pearson aud Buoll aud Offi cers Klihy, Shilling and Warwick mado n descent upon a dlsioputabla houso, No. 2710 K etieut, and capturod Eliza Rlnkor nud Tillio Scott, tho keepers, and Emma Scgard, Mnggio Sullivan, Mary Goldman.Chas.Hcndoisnn, Mat thew Donohoc. John O alio, Chas. Doiiohoe.Chns. Williams mid Martin Connolly, who wuro In mates at thu time. Tho ofliceis escorted tlio party to the Fourth precinct station, where they wero locked up to await nn Interview with Judge Dundy. Tho paillcs aro all white. School Suns, positive bargains, at $3.50 and it. Elsemau & Schoyer, COS Sovcnth street (May building). Tlio National Fall' Association. The boaid of directors of tho Natloual Fair Association at a meeting Siturday uiglit 'ap proved tho deeds of the Ivy City property, and It was decided to begin active work without further delay. Ground will be broken for tho race track nud necessary buildings on to-morrow, which event will bo appropriately cele brated. The dhectors propose to push tho work so that tbo race-track will bo completed lu twenty doyg An ley Dronrl. To the Editor oftht Rational Jtetmlllean: Sins I understand that Itbas boou recontly shown that the Independent Ico Company Is owned by tho Gi eat Falls. This bogus competi tion looks vory like a humbug ou tho public. I bellevo U.ukor Brothers aro the only others who servo Ico In any quantity, and wo consumers would like to know whether they, too, are iu the ring to keep up the prices to small buyers who can least kli'orr) to pay them, aud whothor there really is any geuuluo competition iu the Ico trade. A Consumer. I'OIl SUBSTANTIAL BOY8' SUITS, 00X0 EI8E JIAN 13U03., Uyit. 71 U AND K. I'rudont Stnok Speoulntlnns. The Stock Kxcliuugd never presented such an fortunes made by quick fluctuations and skillful manipulations. Careful and reasonable people nniv nnmiitn throuuh the combination Messrs. I.awruuco it Co., which cuablcs tlioso with PlCIU Ul largo or small mcaus to invest ana rcsiuu nana' some profits, which are divided pro rata among tho rhtrchotders every thirty day. New ;ombln Uons are ronstntitlr forming. From 123 toMO.OOO can b safely I melted with splendid opportunities or quick profits. An Illinois grain dealer made si3,2w.ti In two Investments. A Michigan farmer Invested ,7, which yielded 433.14. lie made by three rclnveitmcnts over $3 Otio. A Wisconsin coun try merchant rnado f4.3IV.10 In four combinations, and others have dono equally nswcll. New ex planatory circular, with 'Unerring rules for sue '. mailed by Messrs. 1-nwrcnco A Co., Hankers, 57 Lxchange l'lnec, New York City. OUit FALL STOCK OF HOYS' CLOTIIIXO NOW COMI'LBTK. Foil IIUKAMMTYTIIKY AUK UN EXCELLED. EISEMAN 1IIIOS., COIt. 7T1I ANDE. School Shoes From 81 Up, at II. L. Strasburger's, 300-303 Sovonth street. 110 YS' SCHOOL bUlTS. KISBM AN BK03., COIt. 7TII AND K ST.". Sl'KCIAIi NOTICXS. a-1 SCHOOL 1IOOKH AT SCHOOL HOAItD nrlres. Willi rovpr.rri fiinv ItrtnLantltilrn. ilitelorr rnles: Htationtry at the lowest prices at ltoil- i.iiiTv nouKMore, iuiu Hoventn si roil, aboo New York nemio. mi .j i-gr ALL FKIISONS U8IXO TKLEPHONra aro herpliv i untlnnptl mrnlimt mivlni? monpv for tbctr use to anv tturLlns l-leent thu utidunilelipil. tolonite IslortiieNatlounl IlellTeleiilionnCnnipnny, nhlch company owns patents covering nil Hi eiikunt Telephones, mid oi erv Instrument Issued by Itbenrs the union of the palenlee anil the dates ul patents, ns required by law. No other coiiipnny er person can oiler n Telephone leimllv atiiinped. nor luulhe right lo furnish Instrument, ou nny terma.witliout author ity from the National Hell 'Ulephene Company, by wuom nil Infringers nlll beheld Mrlclt' nccnmitnhle. UKO. (A MAYNAIIM. TUB NATIONAL TnLEl'HONIO fcXCHANUE, W.M. II. 1IAUNAIIII. Tr.aturer. (IEO.U MAYNAIID.Oeneral Manager. Washington, D. C, August H, I87K. nnaif.in.w 5IT0TltK Bl'IISCKIIIKItM '111 Till! CAI'I W TALMO. K Ol' THU NATIONAL l'AIll (IIIOUNDS AhbOCIATiUN-Tha boarder nlrrClorn, the i dvlsory comnittlee, tog-ether trim tho almost uimnltuous npn oval of the auiwcrlbprs, tmvo con cluded upon n hlTlv fur Ihc t'AUt UltUUNDS. Tlint there hi allbe i.odehiyln reminding thin enterprise, that will nut only be uciic nctnl, but a i lenauro lu alt theclilrens or tlio District ol (oluinblu, wo recom mend th it I usten luf i living fur I hu stuck In small In elihnent. thet ebv requiring constntit appeals to sub mlours Ibntfadt nil f every subscriber piy rur Ills hock InUill. foKs taeuiililcihe buard of directum to wura exclu-lvelj for rash, thereby inntclnKU saving that w 111 b app uenl to everv bu-lne man. W. II. Cl.iggeit, James L. Harbour, James I-ltarbour, John W. stliuw, Jos. C. MrKlbblib Win. M. Oalt, II. Hronlug, Jln!iixui, W. II. Alorrlson, Frank IIuiuo, SubCoinmlitteof Advl- I'lnancc Committee. sory llonrd. Win.il. (lull, W. J. Twlnlnjr. II. II. lUackburn, J. O. P Hiirnslde. W. U. Heed, Directors. Mr.II.Hniwnlng.oflhetlrinor Hrownlni; A Mid dloton,Slo IVnnrylVHiiln avenue, Is the treaturerol the association, and subscribers are requrhted m pay their subscriptions to him If not per.uu tly called on by ollcitorn. an'ruot j3y-THK UNDKHHIONEII JIAVi: THIS DAV iiZ2y formed a limited partnership, In pursuance or tho 1tr Ised btatutct of the United Htates relnttnsr to tbo Dl-trlct ofColumbln concerning Uinlted part nerships. Thauanie or tlrm under which mid part-iiiri.ilpistobeoonductedlalll-NKKnt'.t WII&ON, the bitslnens to be transacUd Is the mauufacturl g, purchasing and relluig or I'ools hud Shoes in the city or Washlugioii, Inslrlrt or Columbia. The names and resldencea of the cenoral partners are tleirge P. Honkert and (J Corfu li. Wilson, both rcsld ns In the rlty ol Washlngtuu. 1). C., uud tbe .peclnl purmerls Willaui J. lleiikert, n-a'dliiK In the lily of l'lil ndel phln. Pennsylvania. The snld special partner haseon irlbuie ten thousand dollars In cash lotbe eomtiiou sioclc. Thesuldpirinershlp into commence on tho lull day or Align.!, IH7V, und Is to terminate ou the 31st day or August. liM. UKO. K HCNKEIlT.l .., ,,...., nwi. It, WTi.son. 'anal fanner. WM. J. )U:.NKKUT, SpeclaU'artucr. au:ieolw 3r oiii;atkst iiaikiains evbii of t FKHKD IN HEAL iaTATK For sale or exctiiiiige Farms. Vlltave and Country Ht-sldrncoi verj deofralile Western l'arms to inufe o r City or County Properly near Washington. Oltlce hours trom 6 a. iu to U p. m. WM. H. MAIN A HHOR. JyM la Pennsylvania avenue northwe.t. JT- HOMEOI'ATHIO MUDICINES.-POND'S way i:xirnci. Huiuplirey'n bpeclllcs, and .11 kluds of Patent Medicine, sold at Coughllii'o, ln.oulo Temple. jam prtsr- WIYhlCIANS' PIlEBCniPlTONR AC- rrry ciirnlely compounded at fair prices at Cough lln's Temple Drug store, corner i" and Ninth sireeta. Janl 3y NKUnALHIACUHEDINONn MINUTF f-351 hyl'luld Lightning, as hundreds In tho city ran tcitlfy. ld ut Coughllu's Drux Store. Jana-lf pray-- HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE, EAIIACHE, VS& xc. rured by Fluid Lightning. Bold at couauiiii a urinr amru .aiasunie l empie. janai li Iggp- MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON WATCHES", DIAMONDS, JEWELIIY, 4C. 3P. WALLACE'S I.OAX OFFICE, 1417 l'oniisylvnnlit nveiuie northwest, Near Wlllard'a Uolel. Hiar2i NfiW AIpVKKriSEMKN'JTS. new mm stoi Wo open to-day one or tho largest and finest stocks or riiLrvr cahve-is, iroQUETris caji- I'MTS, 11 0 1 Y 11 11 VSSULS nnd T. 1 1'llS THY nit uss i;ls ca i' r.s, i rrr u nonu uns TO MATUIT, rillCVE-l'T.YtinA IXOHAIX CAltl'JiTS.STArit&wa HATL VliXETlAN CAltl'llTS, OIT. CXOTMlnallwldlhs.ilO XVMS nnd I.LXOKUVAW, WITH JlOU VEltS TO MA1CH, TOOlSTHCIl W1TU A FULL L1MK Or V I'll O L STI.'lt r u oons, law. cuiitaixs, IJltAI'llltlES, C7., ,0C. In plsohig this stock before the public wo do so con fident Hint In varlct) ot styles and quality or goods our stock cannot lie aurp.issod by aiy houso or tho kind In I bo United States. MANY OF OUR CARPET PATTERNS AUK 8Pi:CIAI.LY C1UII OWN, And cannot be duplicated by any other bouse In Washington. SINGLETON & HOEKE, KEEP'S BUILDING, 8oi Market Space, Cor. Etghth St. SCHOOL BOOKS. roil PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS, AT- W. H. & O. H. MORRISON'S, LAW JIOOKHKI.f.KUa AND HIV). IONIUM, fopl No. -171 i'eunaylvanlu nvcuuo. Foit Tm:jhAmEN. ItEUCI.D IRICEI My rnllre slock of Ooods, comprising a full llneol WHITE AND COLORED. LAWN B1IITS, Datblug Bulls and Caps for Ladle, and Children, Trimmed HoimeM, Millinery Uoods, Ac, AT UltEATLX ItlWUaEU HATES, M. WILLIAN, WJ PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, 7 CITE THEVISE, PAHIS. je30 Tho Most Extonsivo Coraploto Stook of and &i;!Mi:ir isooiti And Bohool Supplies, Whole sale and Retail, at WM. BALLANTYNE & SON'S, auSO-tf 42S SEVENTH STHLUT N. W. TAXES! Special aud General Taxes paid at a largo discount, DEAWBAOKS And Audit Certificates purchased at Iboblghest mar ket prlca. Appeal, and Cluluia or all Kinds pros. cuted beforo llio Commlwloner.. W. II. fsXATi:U, 1 autS-ootm O1UC0 IIW I'enna, ave.. opp. Wlllara's, NEW AOVEHTINKMENTM. m'mmwmwv w w w wnnrn srw .afw W vrrfwiferxiis5BSJ? ; THE ONLY SELF-ADJUSTING CTOKylDLlT, X)A.2vE &c fw NINETY-FIVE CENTS WILL ZBTTIT 01 HlDRi FEET OF BOARDS .A.T "WILLBT & LIBBEY'S Cor. Sixth Street and New York Avenue. XaTJDVvCBEK, TO THE FTJBLIO: Tho burning of our Planing Mills and Lumber Yards, in Salisbury, Md., will not interfere with our business in this city, as our main supply oomes from our mills in Virginia. Having recently leased the yard of Messrs. Mohun & Sons and stocked tho same, in addition to the Pugitt yard, wo claim to havo on hand tho Largest Stock of Lumber over offered for Bale in this city. 3E. 3E. JACKSON e& CO., (WM. B. JOSDGJtAVE,) Thirteenth Street and Ohio Avenue. CONSOLIDATED FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO., Successors to the Babcook Manufacturing Oo. WASHINGTON AGENCY, No, 603 vrA.SKCi3sra I'roprictars of tho Connelly "IIoiiMolioItl" Extinguisher, Hub eock (Jlinniplou und Connelly "E'ortuhles," Connelly Yr'tirehouHO EiifrlucM, Chmapiou VlIInKU Engines, Ilulicock mid Champion City EneiiK'N. Connolly Hlntlonury TnnhM, Connelly Itiillroutl EmkIuon, Iliibcoelr. IIooU und I.uddcr TrucltM, Hose CurtH uud CarrlnjreM, I'n trol and HqIviiro IVukoiin, Trumpets, Nozzles), I'Ircmeii'H OtitlltN, and cverj'thltiK pertaining to Flro IcpartmcntH. Agents for the ante of the Celebrated "BANGOR" Extension Zatt iter and Fire Eacupa. Illustrated Catnlognos and Estimates fVirnUlieil upon nppllcnlloii. OES. ?&. 3C.Iv.TI1T, Ocnernl Malinger Couxolldntcd Fire ExtliiKiilHltcr Coiupnny. 3ECOXVC33 csoptjpotrna. ais sevicntii bxitKirr n. w. STOVES, FURNACES and RANGES IN OltEAT VAniETY. SXjA.TB 25E A.1TTBLS OF THK LATDST PATTISnNH AND STYLES. IlEl'AlllIXa J'ltoJlFTLY ATTEXVED TO W. H. HARROVER. au20 tf 313 tluvciitli Street N. W. IP YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS KANaE, COOK hTOVK OH I.ATHOIIIi OO TO OEO. li OAKTHELL'M, SIS Eleventh itrccl, between II and 1 northwest. Latrobes, Furnaces and Hangcs repaired. Uousc furiinhlugOoodaandTluware. nuSO I CA T.T. THE A TTEXTIOX OFVA 11TIES that auv iioir.inxa, axi waxt cosrroitr, 'to call ax v examixe my FURNACES AND RANGES 1IVF011E 'VllCUAMXa. IT WILT. VAX, ESTIMATES CHEE11FJ.LLY Mil XISHED, WALTER D. WYVILL, au!9-2m 4311 FEXXA, AYE, X, W, iiosE-Fmtxi.sm P. E. HAMILTON, llIiLk'K IH C3-A.S EI2CTTTi3S, Slnte llnntch, Lntrobci, Ranges, Fur. nact'B, ic. Call and asainln. stock and prices. Plumbing a specially. Agency Downey Ber Trap. aut-lm nil U.lr.ct, Y. M. U A. Pul d ng. W. S. MITCHELL, Kileuslvo Dealer In HOB-riJiniiKi! iiiiv wiiiis, CarDetlD.,Matllii.1Ciirtaiiu,fSliaiE3.&c,l No. 813 Pennsylvania Avenue, jylOOm UAKKtr si'ack. I.ITHO (J K A I'll I X C. OTEAJI : uTiIOOKAI'lIIKC EaTAIlLlSIIMENT, FUOTO-LITHOOHAPIIINa A SPECIALTY, No. til Pennsylvania avenue. lyJJ-lys NOlllTm FKrHS, Proprietor. FDIACESiRAIES W. 1 C0LL1NQW00D, Pns. H. B. STAFFORD, Effi. r. W. SANBORN, Geo. Aon,. HYDR0-PNEUW1ATIC FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO '! No. 7 Murray Stroot, Now York, Mnnufticlurers of Flro Kxtlngntshrrs.Eng'nosniid Hook nud Ladder .1 nicks for C'lllea. Villages, Manuruclorlta, l'ubllo Ilulldlngs, Country Ilpsldeiicii, elomlsoor the Mjilro l'nciiinntic Apparatus for raMng water lu Pub lic Ilulldlngs and I'rfvnle Houses; also Mn-'iirncturcri niidFoloAgenlsfor the Celibniied npflo Flro Extln irul.hliiu Cnmpound, tor Extinguishing Flixs nnd Jteiiderlng Woud and Other Mat rials Thoroughly In. combustible. IhosoMnclilnca Have Ilciilcn nil Competitors. laTIMATIS. (MHCULAlIS AND TI'.STIMONIAL3 1 UHNI8HED ON APPLICATION. Branch Ofiico, 1406 Penna. Avonuo. W. O. AVERY. Airnnf;. ' -" SUSPENDER IN THE WORLD. J0HDATsT, DA11E & CO.. JOOO F SXUEET. six rixi: intEss suritrs, to on- 11!U, $T,BOl I'lT ejUAHAXTEEl). JORDAN, DARE & CO., 1000 i' STitorr. tO AXD V CXXT M11RTS; i-M,r COLLARS, ti.ss j'ii jior.; nxsr 4-r cvris, si VXXTG 1T.R J'Alil, IQtlXTllKK WITH A rVU. IJXX OF XECKWXAlt AXD tA-DFKWJ-rill AT nonoM 1'llICr.S. CO., 1006 IF STREET. - LTJIvIBES, FOURTEENTH ST. NORTHWEST, - 'roisr, x. c. ItlNINU KOO.IIH. CORCORAN DINING ROOMS, JVO. SS7 FIFl'EEXTH ST., OrrosiTKTHE TncusunY Dbpahtuknt. MKALS CNKXCF.PTIONAULB, AND PMCES LtJONOMIl'AU Hoarding. 115 per month. 'lweuty-tvo meal tickets, tS. Twenty-live ceula single mcaL Heat Ten Cent Lunch In tlio City. auH-fm C. H. HOLLAND. CHEAT IiEVOillTION IS PRICES. EXCHANGE RESTAURANT, S, E. COB. BETEXTU AXD V T FINE LUNCH AND STOVEPIPE BEER, 15 CIS. STOVEPIPE BEER, 5 CTS. GRAND REGULAR DINNER, 25 Cts. ALL TUB DELICACIES OF TH E SEASON AT S. E. Cor. Sovonth and P Sts. au2-lm . ni'.STACHANTf,. HANCOCK'S RESTAURANT. "OLD CURIOSITY SHOP." ESTABLISHED ISX 1334 FEXXSYI.VAX1A AVEXUE, roars tr INTEHIOlt AIIOUNJIUXIN. ENGLISH OllOOKEIlY, PLAIN AND DECOHATED, CUT AXU MESSED OLASSWAUE, CUT LEltY, 1'I.ATEO WAKE AXD HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS. All at tho Ion ml prices, at 1313 F Street, opp. Ebliltt IIou, Jy