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vs. 39-iV. 5,91)0. WASHINGTON. D. C., 1ITESDAY, Jl'NE 4, 1872. TWO CENTS.
THE EVENING STAR.
l?ail>, Saodaff Kicepted,
AT TllJt STAR BUILDINGS,
Pws?ylvsal? &v?aae, corner IltkM.
ni miHG IMSIWINRI COS'I.
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THB ETrSlSO STAR 1* tarred by earrt<* to
tt?lr ntocriUn at Ts^ Csnn pbb wim , or r
ti7?tj Csxt? r^B mu.vih. Cvptee at tb.-eonu'n
Two Cfwt* e*?h. Br mail-three iLoutha, f l.M:
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY:
QooIai v.r.* Cardi ,.f FiiUltN Eatablntamrats
u til B: ircA' i of fiuA.neu in Ui? Katrict.
AUKKTLTl KAL WARF.HOF9EH
Juh>a i'??v? ???, > a L, ave., tt.?a *itnbau.
AU OFI'OrS.
D r i * ?- H'l , Lv?thm
Pai-a*-' tt>, UN.X?t' i a Ph TaAbsOaorfl-.t a.
All IIIIM IM.
A f I i : - N > r . T IS* J* ?-<? <i at .up TT?Asnry
b K ?;-?.ai:e Post OSc* D?-pt.
TV M r ??.un.l M < A H .ror yth A D<ta
Jat** - U Mi'. F street,ne.ar 7th suaot.
U l ?. VI I.F.KI F.S.
X N r ? k: .< ,1 ~ 'J> P? av^.txi irth uJ Utb <ta
ATittKM YH AI.LAW.
?J. r i' ikt i;r. t.rt>t -tr?et. u> ?r t'lty Hail
Ci i . V ? ? KiM.m. a^a. ijp City
J?.?> i? < ?.*. j. l? iali ?'.rw n?.,ri?we?t.
p. (i Ms s Nitorvfdtiaa HIUikitmi
A <? ? .i i . Tnl-,CoTr??'?.>"'?n.
b V "?* I- w> r.: K- "a". M ?r boilding, /1 li A X at*
J V .] -;n? Y . 1J15 P> "ll. * ?'*!!!* tVK. a<Tth*''?:.
L. i S\ n -K-, 4ifl /?h -tree*, bet weei'D ar.d E.
>a ? i'r r ?? Ii-'.i. p ? it; Bull. JT-t'rjr Pub'.".c.?
lEfw :J in ?jll.( 4>i *uJ P lli'l.
M rt * > ? . ' . : .n . i? L ? * Rail !?:5'h -tr ?:.
Hb.nhtV. iT.C il" ni l> .* Hr.'ll c. flh 't
K I.. *' 1 * i' ?'1 '?> I \w BniMiqTi 5'h ?tf "t.
A fc< FT * * ~ ? I to- ~ if I t^w t i' ! < fflce,12Z 7.h.
U U I. i ?; if ,Hou*i'iil>iiu2l Usi F MMl.
Al l IMI!IK1:K<I.
M'm Li V?li A lu. s. V.tor. Pa.tT.ndfRi it.
SirM A W l 1.1 a v*?, iai>l, cor. I^t n %ii 1 1* a*r**?ta.
W. T.J' hn-1. Pi. ?vt., corner U tutil eMt.
AHM.M.S, KL\(<\ Ac.
3>' -> ? hiiii^iU <Mtr;a^jm.
B U.? "D-: La. ave., int. 6ih *1.4 7ta st*.
H.iK I.KIi.S.
Oio. e Kkafft,1<*6 Ph. ??? , Mrrcr ljifc
Ca*' M. I tni. I Piti 3rcA..,ljj K.C*p:?*.l st.
BASiim.
Holt Hi11. Bath.T!1 7'h tctwetn Q aaJ H.
BA>h*t AKI? KA.XKllKM.
R 90* ? <"?>.. Kxicnuve corner 15'h ?t.
Saiiv." B?n.r t. N Y. ?v. mu-i '5tb at
N ? hAV!1S A Trv?i Co.,P I at.,op T.rt.
McvBK .V Pab vis, U:h *t.. op?. Trt- unry
IATUB.
St. < r;. Bath Rth>m?,corner 9tfc and Fstr? .
BI I t.I A Kl? ML??NS.
Bt?tATo-? Mali. B ll a*sSali>?>n.o ruer 9th ,% D ??t8.
Ji Cloud B ll aid c*>r ?*r 9th A F ?t?.
RK1.L-HA VI^KKS A L?I MSniT?IS.
C. ?< HSll' SI. i-x; V it , t"tween 12th *utl IStO BIB.
W FbIO. FTHtm. *<f Tth Ht .opp. PiAt^nt
J. B Krr.FLiNo. Ilf. B?:i? * L?'? EoJ?,1138 Pa.a*..
KI AIK^IIII SHOP*.
F U*F>( mi.in. ( H' r?e S*?o?'na. Ac ) 4^ * M<1. tT?.
W* R ??? ?iGvn,}.htrflrithK,M A >5 W.iter ?t., Otn.
BLL.ll K1LKILM.
A T >* la N"-i, Straw Ht ? Bt. B'-&cher,9S4 Pa.at.
BI I.I. I'OHIEHK.
Ta:.b?Kt i Moil v v. 710 E ?tr?vt, oppa. P. O IK pt
HOAKItl %t. llli|AIX
Past ?n>4N H"r?e, 6S Pa. ave., Iwt. 5th an J 7th its
H?- Rl" ".dkn-t. ill k itmt hortbweit.
EOOIt IHM?KHS
V* >1 Mallli. ?omhndt i rn r 9thac<l ? stt.
B?M,kS10Ki:S.
Wm Ballamtssi Ki ii*io?i?.Ac ).#v27th ?t..cor D
O. C f a tM,M*h?tM?t.ali M D.
J. BSAt if y Ai.Aii', ?1? F ?t., <-ep. Patent
F. A B <i?n4n iCmIiuIk t. JJ6 <3 ?t , b?t Jth .t 10th.
.A. F:i! JI 4Jo..7l-ftl5'h ?t , codt N"* Fork ?t?.
8am> ti Has" r* i<M7ih ?t N W .on*<l'*>rfrom I.
A R * :iltav?,i B'? ta boaght acil ?ikt.i V>97th it
B*.t. F FaifNcH. (ftatloaery a ?p?*ci*ltT,)?U lath.
B.t bar:> Krtilr*. l"3b7tb at., above N Y.ave.
BOOT AS? SHOE STOKES.
H i Co., !V3 Pa. a?*.,bet. 9th and l^tts rts.
C?o B. V t.^? ti A C'?.. 4H 7tk ?t., under O. ? H *IL
Hoovtr A J At <-"> .ll'<9 fa ht .bet llth and 12tb ?ta.
L Bt'lllt 5. 4197th at., ad/g Odd Feilowa' Hall.
B Claa Wi\.?i'R. *13 7thsUc?t,l?i*t^n H and I.
r V F. Bt oNo. USil *t..a<1j a. Wathin/tton H'.rw*.
5. F-m.I* ? t Maker. 1747 Per:?*ylvaii'a a??nne.
A. P Cut. Slipper Matiulactar?r,X>6 7tb tt. B.W.
BKASS WOKHS.
Sotxx tiLi ? A Lr:rcH. SI* 1J V> JSth street.
BlILDISti 31ATEKIALS.
A.R !?M*PH?--BD* Ci ,.IH Pa.av., bet. 9th A 10th tt*.
W. B.C k>: mas, M'.uidier*. Ac.,lSS tt andCacal
BITTF.K, EMtiM, CHEESE, Ac.
WirEAT:*^ A Rt'a E B, (wholesale oulyt r Mb AD.
t> U ~h'':c?- jr 9.W. corner S'.h A K ? ?
CABUEI SHOPS.
W 4 va ,M f.a. 9 3 B street. n?ar 10th.
JUWu it. ?l?C?h ,l*'e-iug '.)??< O^t ,M.M7
t ahplnfehs asd bi ilde&s.
L b t. h? ? v i s. an 7th ftre^t and ISth <tr-^t.
Jf P H'?a\? - tt K ?tr?-et. bet. 6th %nd7th.
? ? ,t 1 :Af .. 4r7 Mo av.. bet.4>j and ?th ?t?
AC B> ???an hi r-eg-xch ! f>r *r">nid' S137tlift
CARRIAGE FACTOKIES.
R. ? ? - t ii litAVAt.C 12 li 8ib at., N! P arid E.
0?- i- c< -n- r Pern, avi-nnf aud US <tr"?t
p I'*i* ? V"*ih't ? nthof Pann. avenne
IV 11 ti*R .R- A b> ? ?" Penu?7lTaiiia at., it E.
< II ISA. I I ASSW ARE, ?f.
J y?. B.niti & Uk.?. . wa P?. ?v., Metzerott B ill.
I1KI1 I AIIM. LIBRARIES.
W.T N.mv . S17 P?. aTftiu" b- t. li an J !?? s's
CTB1 IIIMi STORES.
Wi'-L Ko? *?<??* t ?2t Pa. at..Bet.9th %lt>th st?.
B id i i i ? .f'.i Pa ate.,i:ii!, r M?t Hii*>1
jTLiNiC , > T.M11S Pa av .be; UtbJtl2tAsta
Ri'*At A C"l. SI7 7tb street. Miy bui'dti.tf.
A tlHAt j,1.11 P an. ave. (&?? auvi rtiaemcntl )
(l)AI H 1IAUIXUH.
tio*r?i'S A ('??., 2ii- Mb at., of p. Center Market.
(OMMISSIOSKRS OF m EOS.
jMiril T. R. Fuxi.tutimr E and sabgtrwetn N W.
( OX I EAT I ON ER1KS
B t En: rt I>jnin* ??? .m-,' SSI7thst ,op p o
CBHVETAX1EB8.
AO Hai.et, Sly Pa. ave , t Law. Title*, notary )
(DKhS. SEALIA'U WAX, Ac.
W. b arH- l< XAfc.. at wholesale, K-27 ;tn ftreet.
? OKSETS. SHIRTS. Ac.
Dert'a??'( Ln<2i?? Underwear geuerilly : A>5 9th j
OI.SIISIS.
Ea. W v Mkkr.ll, 1112 F street northweat.
UI.M.Mi SALOONS.
Barvtv A B?'t ms. 1016 P-tins at .,rorn?r llth st.
?MILLAR STORES.
WaLLAf p - Ivli.au stork, 491 Pa, at., t*>t.lttMtb
BRLSVHAB ERS.
? *- M ?- W ? ? i.lAt7 Pa.at.(CBt'?tatigktby role>
DKI li STOKES.
P. P U i <? Peon* arenne, corner Sd tt.
6 tt <" S> v ??:?, corner New Fork aTean*) and l4tb at
W. P. tt a tubr. comer 9th and B st? northw-at.
R H Ki?i.t?iiv. 1J1 P?nna.av?..(!apitul Hill
W. X. I>oolfv. 22J .ant Penna ave.,Capitol IliU.
DRY t?OOI>S
Tita .? Wi??-AtL.IiD7thitreet,n?*r La aT?nn?.
Bman A Wllia.i On* Price. ? lol-s A l.r>' 7tb tt. n.w
? a- A .i K I'\tt^r?u>',cor.Pa.av. ASth at.east.
1?1 E 11IX SES.
H H K m ? l.417 Ittb st., art. g Medical Moi?nai.
V B ^ .!:? AlLt, 4T? J- C'jra-'it street, Ueurgetowii.
UPLBTMEJi t OFFICES.
ATaTLiK Sol sth at.. corn-r E northwest.
?a- L t .? O Bt ti rr. SW7 llth atreet, uear K.
rxi'ki.vs iiiFii ls
Pit x - Kxi kv-- Maiu Otlic-s fiitt Pa av..C">r 6'ii,
\? a>h ii ? . Vihik -t . tt;n. 7 Ua.li uat. A.-* iliia
F.M.U AA l.liM
*1 ?? I'le Btnkar,)X2 Pa. aveuae
1AM V sioki.s.
AC I'v. ^ I Mark?t Space, roraer 9th street
in. A bailHSN B*zar.44l 7m ?treet N.W .
. iK" x-' r' ?v and A/th *t.,la<li-? ,*
i m.'I'JUi" /- *' veila, trimmin^a,
*< LlarL.ed.sti3.-iied Jkre-1: iaip?d tu e-jiial uew.
PLor*. FELM A SO (OtfniHSIIII.
w V;-^' r 7:5 ?t an.t a,,,
a-J *c ?fo, Raaa.aa.A7tl: at
? 1-B IMItAl.m-uu
. e< rner of La. aTa. aad lotu at.
11 RMMIIM< WOO OS.
Voca w?h?:'.I1 ?i taTat-o? luPa.at j*d M<-t hotel
bitl.. 5 A Co ,iN.Y Ills Pa av., bet UtuAi2tli ata
T rnA.- A U >?U'W.4e7 Pa. ave. .keb ?>? Atthata,
| | KM 11 RL SFORAX.
W* P Al?'?t.? Av?i.i?eB<.uae,7that.A HarketSpace.
J ? Mi R> ..HT.1427 Pa av.. urarTreaa l>ep t.
Pa J LRKjSecood handARepairing1 tfOCat.N W
T KrkivMt j Co., IAS Pa. at.,c<xuM 19th ?t.
Hair Rattr*as>-? taken. op*n*d. cleanaed.
re made, aad returned tu two hunra.
BAN FIXTI BEN. ??.
amii ii'i * Paarmis. cor Mh A D. Y R C. A. B
A. R aunruiL* d A Co. tit) Pa. at., bat. Kb A Wtkau.
BAN OFFICES.
? tfi vatoi Oa> L * ii ht CovraKt, 4141KB, near E
OLAMt Ml'ALNEKK
D H W Tamhas, for ahurchea, hen^ea, Ac . 711 D
(iROCEKV STOKES.
Sao O CoB*wkllASoj..,1418 Pa at.yip WilLard'a
u.m A Hrwa. <*U Market 8pac?. near 9th atraat.
??. H Plakt A Sotl, H V aTenne,corner lithat.
CTbarlis a. ArraL. corner F and 13th atroata, B.W.
Jambs Jiacitasto!*, 1712 PwanajlTawa arenue.
On?> S* tz A Bbo .cor. O* at. aod Yirclaiaavanae.
vfZ HvB'BT, 9W7tb atreet.betweao TandR
9 \ KiCo .B.W cor Mb A B, Bat7 Yard
MI M *IHFKff 1 4kc.
Joan J Pbabokt. <alao FtahioA Thchle,,' 532 D at.
AAA IK WOKBa
jc UaippiTA. Ladiea Hatr Praaaer J114 W at
bakowabi aab CTTLEBY.
. #? ( .?, iiLL.lt* Pa. aTe , bet. ?th axU 7tb Ka.
Y W Sr5"dt A Co .<12 Pa. at., bet. ?th and 7th.
f" H A-t?u: ?*. BBFa.at.b4l. loth and llth ?ta
k Pp Ov?f - B:gBaaket.'luo9 Pa.av J>et.k)tbAUU.
MAKBO?,iAi)DLEBI?TBVIK&
_ ? iTtw J a A HBO., 417 Pa. at., a>1j. Nat. U >tel.
V? laji A Co., 4J3 7lb at., adj < 0. F. Hail
H liiLAtt S*-Peuu ata.. bet. 4th and 7th ata.
v, 14li PantajlvaalaaTa-.n^WUlard'a.
HAaT, CAPS AUD Ft!
W illkt A ; lorr.M Pa at , bet KA and 10th ata.
HOKS.V SHOEKN.
J(,H\ F 1>oba >. R at., bet. 9th A 13th and 1J62 Oat
H> raea *h- d acufdui to nataral f jrOialiJB of feet
HOTELS.
Ail'Minv U r?t. Vertoontava. and H street.
Ci jr.MMA' UoTKL. Pa avenoe.bear Jd atreet.
Hi waB! Ui r*B. S. W CwfB'r Pa at. and 8th at.
V,.ia' *v h> r?a cor ier 'Mb and H street*.
Baa* < * J Fsanblis Hocvl^tr othAI); #2per laj
hoi u kvrnishing stores.
J.W Botilie 1 Bbo ,92J Pa. av? Betzerott Ball.
Bio P.Uorr. KicBaikt-t. a o9Pa.av..b?U0i.bAllth.
ICE COMPANIES.
Ihdepen^ent Icb Co., effice, 1304 Pa. av , near 1Kb'J
ICE CKEAM 1A11T1CTOBIES.
Hiivit A buLrsi. 8. E. corner Uth at. A Ft. ave
IKK FACTORIES.
imiTij Im Co., office,512 9th ?t , bet. B and r.
IXHTBrvm BAHEKM.
C llJfHi*. Snr?. Instrument* A Truiwi. 421 7ta st.
INSI RANCE OFFICES.
HaT'kl Capitol L;fs Is#. Co., cor. 7th and D ats.
Kat onal Union riu ls>.Co.,(>43Ua #?..q? *rrth
D. F. 1! amlink A Co., 515 7th St., opp. P. O. Dep t.
Reruns A J.<ne?. Lib- A Fire, Itffi F st. rvear 15th
H. A. S*^H, Agent Phoenix L. Ins. Co.. 400 7th st.
J.C. Lewi*. Boom 9. May Bnilding, 7th and E at#
? ByriTABI.K L fi," fr?.i< H?>er, doV-506 7lh it.
Gr.RMANIA W;RE IN* Co., E .L. Schui.dt, ag't, 5th It
J GWEI.RT STORES.
S. Ocldrtsis A Co., Watches, Jewelry, 819 Pa. ire.
W.D Glfnn. 12P3 F it..W?h n,*13l Bridge at.lieu'n
Jl STICKS OF THE PEACE.
Tkas. WaLTFR.342 D street, opposite City Hall.
E C. Wkaveb,(alaoconveyancing, 19097th street.
LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, Ac.
W 8. Jknbs, 715 7th street, between G and H.
C SRArt*,711 I? ?tret t, between 7th and 8th.
J<??. H HanlkiX, 3M 8th at . W. Pa. tr. and D #t.
J. F LrrrHARD, upper nianafact'r, cor 7.UAB. 8.W.
EIRE. ( EBEJiT. Ac.
JoHS F. K; ng. <31 Haw. averne, bet. 6tb and7th,
LITHOiiRAPHERN.
JossrH F. Gk.dnky,466 Pa. are.,bet. 4J4 and 6th its
EI VERT ST A BEES.
Kns> A O . Willarda Hotel Stablea. 14th A Dat#.
Am. son NaiIob, Js.,1W t<> 1.138 E street.
Washington Natlob, 1336 E street.
LOAS OFFICES.
Hsbzbrr0,62i> Louisiana, av. and 621 C
8. Goltstbis A Co., 614 C atreet, near 7th.
LOOKING GLASSES.
Francis Lamb, 1236 Pa. avenue .near 13th street.
LIBBER YARDS.
Wx. McLean. comer 13th street and canal.
MACHINISTS.
Jobs McClelland Louisiana are. and 10th street.
MARBLE WORKS.
WiVEL A W,L?oN,10257that.,bot. N.Y. ay and Lat.
U.Rm.n & ToUMEY, Pa av., bet. 13d A 24th ats.
MARKET STORES.
Arlington Market, L. A. Walker. 1410 I street.
Metropolitan Mahbkt Stobe.N. E cor.H and6th.
Hyatts National M aeket,41411th #t.near Pa.av.
MANTLES.
Hamilton A Peab?o5, Slate, Marble, Be..ccr.9AD.
A K Hhkphebd A Co., Mantels. Ac , 010 Penn. av*.
Tvckf.r A Sherman, 633 Louisiana avenue.
MEBCHAHT TAILORS.
Dbvli.n A Co.,i M T. > 1)13 Pa. av., bet.11thAllth ate.
MILLINERY, Ac.
Wr?. O. B. G.llbtt. 614 9tb at., opp. Patent office.
0. W. Thorn, (whole?leonly1314 9th at., near ay.
MODEL MAKERS, Ac.
IT. Oppebman. *857th arrest, opp Patent Office.
N. A Lyon, 513 7th street, op posit* Post Office.
Ji?*. Pavtvler.ibIso Bronzing and Gilding,) 1009 E.
MCSIC STORES.
Lt CA?'?, 1148 71b street, near M street.
NOTARIES.
A G. Halet,819Pa. av.,Law,Titlefl,Conveyancing.
OPTICIANS.
Franki in a Co., 1227 Pa. ay., bet. 12th and 13th ats.
U. H Hkmpler.453 Penn ave.,corner 4>* street.
OYSTER SALOONS.
Harvey A Holdbn, 1016 Penn. ave.. corner 11th st.
TnE Oyster Bat. <G. W. Driver,) 1216-13 Penn. ay.
PAINTERS.
Charles Armor, 310 9th st., near Penna. avenue.
C. T. Bowen. 526 Louisiana ave., bet 6th A7th*ts.
Gannon & Angel.621 La av. n. side,bot. 6th A7th
George E Kirk, 462 Penn. a*e ,bet. 4X and6th st#
J. M Tompkins.comer H aia 8th streets N. W.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, Ac.
Geo. Ryneal. Jr., 3177that ,bet. Pa ave. and D st.
Lvther Martin,6l>9 C st ,bt.6 A7, rear Met.Hotel.
K h aNris M LLER 307 9th street, near Penn avenue.
J. Harry ;*yi-YE?ter. 11127thstreet, Bear M.
PAPER HANGERS.
Pot toi a? MooRE. 909 9th street, near Penn. avenoe.
(ivi> Wili nkb, 429 9th street, between D and B.
Franct? Wilt ner. 1926 Pa. av., bet. 19th and ?>th.
Chaj A. K ratse, 111) N T. avenne, near 12th st.
W.H t?PRi.?Bor?Ej also.PicTnreFraniea, > 1032 7th st.
PATENT AGENTS.
Mtnn A Co.. < H. Y. Sd. Am ,) S. B. oor. F A 7th
Kntght bBoTHEHJ, 6Ci1 F street, n?-ar 7th street.
W m C Woop, N. E. corner F and 7th streets.
John J. 11al?7' ..5i57;h st ,?pp. P.O. Department.
Well* W Lrggeit, <*>6 7th st . opn Pa,ent ORce.
Geo W Botiiwell. Boom 16^? FM'l Block,comer
7th A Ksts.. nfar Pat. office CVSend for circular
PATENT MEDICINES.
Cannon ? Lives T"n c.th? great Tyspepsia B m
edj Fir sale, S05X 7th st.. by Wm. U. Canuon,
tr.atmfactnrer and proprietor. Each bottle has a
r<-d label. A/" Buy mnne other.
PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERIES.
M It BraiiY.6^7 Pennsylvania av . near 7th street.
J. O. Job Won, Pa ?r., bi. 8 A 9, also. Photo, atock
E.J. Pcli.m t N.icopyir.g a sptcialty.) 932 4 F at.
PIANOS.
F.C Kek H*NBACH,4?llth,ab.Pa av .a^t Knabe's
IMCTI RKA PORTRAIT FRAMES.
> ram ;a Lamb. 1236 P*. avenue, near 13th atreet.
1 K Tk fmm.y, (jobbing a apecialty,) 311 7th street.
PLANING MILLS.
W. (? Kebman, 13H street and canal.
?)<>i>;m. W Hilt ??MR * Oo .cor. 13th st and Canal.
Damii. Smith. Phurnix M ils. 1210 Ohio avenue,
Mrtt ufactnrer of M 'Ultliuga, Brackt-ts, Newels,
Baltxtera. Ac., an.l dealer in Saeh.DovrsA Blinds.
PLASTERERS.
J oh n F. K ? ng . o ti M a?a. ave., bet. 6th and 7th ?ta
Qill .V LaRcombe. plain and ornamental, 406 8th at.
PLi MBERS AND GAS FITTERS.
? . B. Suefher'. A Co.,910 Pa.av.,bet.3th A lothata
UamiltonA PkAhsos.cor 9tb A D sU.y.M.G.A B.
Geo W Gooiiall. P. W. corner Pa. av. and 10th at.
James F Brien. 609 La avenue, near 6th street.
Hf.nry K <'ru!t,737 7th street,bet G and H.
A * bert T. R DGWAT. 939 D street, bet 9th and 10th.
Jami? O'HagaN.1917 Pa. av .bet. 19tn bh<1 ?th at#
Wm. HotHwell, 113 Pa av?nne, Capitol HUl.
J a- Bagan i alsf> Metallic Bo3fer,l 603 2d at.^or.F.
PRINTING OFFICES.
Gibm'N Brothers, 1012 Pa.ave..bet 10th A 11th ata.
Joseph L. Pea r?on, corner 9th aud D streets.
Towell. G'Nfl A Co., 630-2, F street, near 7th.
PRODI CE AND PROVISIONS
8mtth.Pott?A Cnt>ebhill,8 E. corner9tn A Dsts.
B.B.Yotng*. 518 loth at. B W.aop.Medical Museum.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Ac.
Ai?tbop A Dtdley, cor. La avenue and 7th street.
R M Hai.l, corner 7tb and Fsts.,opp Poet Office.
KiLBorBN A Latta, corner 15th and G streeu.
Her bing & Jones. 1425 F atreet, near 15th.
M M Rohbeb, 6137th at., opp. P O. Department.
Wm 11 Clagett.819 Market Peace.
hoLOMONj. Fagce. 702 E st .bt 7A8,of PoBt Office.
Char lbs TH<>iiP?oN A Co., <39 H ftreet .corner 7th.
Moore A Parvis, 606 15th st.,opp. Treasury Dept
?C. K . Wilsoh. 611 7th street, opposite p O. Dep t.
C 8torr?. 1i24 F atreet, nearTreaaury Department
W- T. Johnson,(Atict'r.icor. Pa av. A 3d at. eaat.
K fnsrdy A 8oN, 151N a tree-. near Biggs' Rank
Phil II Welch A ro.,9U5 F st.. Masonic Temple.
RESTATBANTS.
i >HN S? ott>Dinisg8alooN^ meals 26c.) 930 La.av,
UI-OI Hodsb. Henry Uj son. 421 9tn. Det. D and E.
SASH. DOORS AND BLINDS.
Perry Coleman, 108 7th at., op. Center Market.
Ti'Ckfb A Hhrrman.633 Louisiana avenue
S4 IIOOLS AND COLLEGES.
Wash: ngton Bisinbss College, cor. 7th and L ats.
SEWING MACHINES.
Wheeler A Wilson's, Steer A 8on,agt# .461 Pa ay.
Tliey are simple, silent, perfect
8 ngbb's. Lewis Baar.agt . V. M. C. A. B ,9th A D
T noMA- Marrom, (repairing a specialty,) 611 9th st
*! A- II. WK S improved. J Karr.a* t.629 Pa av.
? Kiubiwisr. Machine Company. 409 9th street.
The Family Favorite. ?^'Examine It.
Th*"Key-t. ne." A. 0. Stone A Co., Ag^ta, 912 F
at .orp. Masonic Temple. The strongest and light
est, the best and most perfect. Be sure aud see it.
SHIRT FACTORIES.
Oevl'n A Co.,i h. Y.?lllt Pa. av.,bet llthAlSth ata.
J; * McLban, (O* F st , bet. 8 *9. npstaira
51 _A >* th. 82' 9tb st ; alio, ladles underwear
SILVER PLATERS.
JL1 "?AV M 7th ?tux-t.oB. P??t Office.
R. BT A Whitihand. S?4 D at., between 8th A 9th.
SOAP AND CANDLE FArTOKI |ti
? ??*
STAMPING DEPOTS.
MbsJI H Mai reb.6177th st., opp. Patwt Office.
STEAM AND GAB FITTERS.
A Bp?T?NE"tARD^0 P' f
"! ? C_A Ar?R?. ?"* and E streets H. W
J' B_rJ"J: 7V street betwein^i a^d I*Sf^.
John Mvbas, i also Tin BooOag.) 2119-n Pa. aye'
TEA AND MFFIK Ba>??
OB'.bntal Tba 8tobb. A. M. WbeeleraBrtkatMa*
TITLE ** awi???
AOH ALBY.Sil Pa. av.. Law.Gonyayaaef, Botary.
tobacco andcigarbtobe*.
Island of CrBA.Laoha A Bro.. 7?h ?*.,<>*?. PVO
W m V Boosb. 12(3 Peoa*a aveone. aear lAh atoreet
I>an *L Loi?HBA^4? i
I hilip B? WaBD.aoathwert eor. ra. ay. aad ifltb at
TOTS, FANCY
Chb. BrrrsaT, 406 7th atreet. aear D.
TRr*B MANUFACTORIES.
J AS B. T? ... c A Co.. 426 7th at., adj g O. W. Hall.
FMRBELLAS, PARABOLA, CABRB.
Chas G Pbabcb, Uif Pa. av., bet. 14th A 14th ata.
pASiKL Piebcb, litis B street, aear 11th.
Wm. Bogeb*.519loth atreet,sear F.
UNDERTAKERS.
Joseph Oawlbb, 1721 Pa. avaava, near I7th atreet.
Adpison Pay. in Penn ave. and 117 AXi at. S. W.
-ATCB MAKERS, Ae.
B HorrA.talao.Bateriala. fools. Ac ) 622 Pa. ay.
John A. Van DoAbn. U6 Pa. avaooe, Oapitol Hill.
WIRE WMKEBS.
D. W Bbveb!dob,31912th atreet, Boath of Pa. aya.
W?N)D AND COAL.
W J BtfphbnsoHABbo.,1?miPa.ay.,Aroot7thst
Ha Warobb. corner 1st and D streets it. w.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
Qlo.P.Gorrw BigBaaket. HOWPa.av .,bct lOthAllth.
YANKEE NOTIONS.
A DLEB. (whols
H fi M ?a. 1 wholesale o*}1?tSt.Mre*.
B."irt.ii'ii:?uolJJ
EVENING STAR,
Washington News and Gossip#
Internal Rivitwr*.?The receipts from this
source to-day were 9231,*37.21*
lion. s. s. Cox continues to improve slowly.
He is net yet able to sit op, however.
The resignation cf Second Lient -John C.
HniriDHt., 2d infantry, has been accepted by the
Fresident, to take effect June 1,1872.
Transfer of Naval Ofucirs.- Lwut.
Commander ilerritt Miller lias been ordered to
the receiving ship Sabine, and Lieut. M. R. S.
Mackenzie to special rtntv at Wilmington, Del.
Hon. Beniamin Stanton, formerly Lieu
tenant Governor of Ohio and a member of Con
gress. died suddenly at WheJmg, West Vs., last
night of paralysis.
The Cabinet mektisu to-day was attended
by all of the members except Attorney Genera!
Williams, who was represented by Solicitor
General Bristow. The session lasted from noon
until 2:30 p. m. __
Gknsral H. II. Hott, internal revenue col
leetor of the L2th Pennsylvania district, has
tenden <1 his resignation as collector, to take
effect on the 3<>th instant. He intends to take
the stump in Pennsylvania for Grant.
Tub Census of 1870?Gen. F. A. Walker,
superintendent of the census, has nearly
completed the census of 1470. By the first of
July it is expected that the services of all but
six clerks can be dispensed with.
Perhonal.?Vice Admiral Rowan has as
sumed charge of the Brooklyn navy yard.
????Blacque Bey, the Turkish Minister, has gone
to Long Branch to spend the summer, leaving
M. Baltazzi Effendi charge d'affaires.
M TBI SB OF Capt. Gborub M. Colvocorbs
se?, U. S. N?A dispatch was received at the
Navy department this afternoon from Mayor
Goodsell of Bridgeport. Conn., stating that
Capt. George M. Colvocoresse*, of the navv,
was robbed Mid murdered in that city last
night. No particulars were given.
Tbe Hon. Josiah T. Walls, of Florida,
has been especially Invited to meet the execu
tive committee of the Union League at Phila
delphia this week. Mr. Walls 13 the colored
representative from his state, and authorizes au
unequivocal denial of the statement that he is
opposed to tbe renominationof President Grant
Cadxtb?A son of Gen. Thomas Francis
Meagher lias been appointed to a cadetship at
West Point by Hon. Wm. Roberts, representa
tive in Congress from New York. He offers the
appoiiitment of cadet midshipman of the naval
academy for competitive examination to the
schools of his district. The examination will
take place on the 2>Mh instant.
Aw Adverse Report?In the Senate this
morning Mr. Vickers rej>orted adversely on the
bill to incorporate the Washington canal aud
water-power company. This bill, it will be re
membered, was introduced early in the session,
and proposed to take 4'J,0ou gallons of water
daily from tbe distributing reservoir to ruu
water power manufactories along the canal iu
Georgetown aud Washington.
The White House?Senators Carpenter and
Kellogg (the latter with the Ix>uisiana delegates
to the Philadelphia convention) and Represent
atives Dawes, Wells. Burdett and Wallace had
interviews with the President to-day, as did the
Georgia delegates to the republican convention.
The Louisiana delegation unanimously re
quested the President to withdraw his letter to
Collector Casey asking him to resign the colloc
torship of New Orleans.
Approved?Among the acts approved by
the President to-day were an act directing the
conveyance of certain lots of ground with im
provements thereon, lor the t?*e of the puh.ic
schools of the city ot Washington, an act to en
able the President to appoint a paymaster
general; and an act amending a-i act entitled
"an act directing the conveyance of a lot of
ground for the use of the public schools ot tl.e
city of Washington."
Nominations?The Presideut sent the tal
lowing nominations to the Senate to-day :
Major Benjamin A!vord, to he paymaster
general and colonel. Lt. Col. and Dep. Q. M
Gen. Langde>n C. Kaston. to be assistant quar
termaster and celonel. Lt. Col. and Dep. Q. M.
Gen. Stewart Van Vleit, to be assistant quar
termaster and colonel. Majors and Quarter
master Generals Alex. Montgomery. 'i redwdl
Moore, Hyatt C. Ransom, A&her R. Kddy, and
Rnfus Saxton, to be deputy quartermasters and
lieut. colonels. Captain aud Assi.-taut Quarter
masters Wm. Myers, Herbert M. Enos, and
Benjamin C. Card, to be quartermasters and
majors.
Thb Tariff Bill Passed.?Both the Senate
and House to-day agreed to the rej?ort of the
conference committee on the tariff bill, and the
House, after ordering that lo.onn extra copies of
the bill be printed, adjourned until Friday next.
The new tariff bill as passe-d goes into effect on
the 1st of August next. The tax on tobacco is
lixed at 20 cents per pound and on whisky 70
cents per gallon.
The number of internal revenue collection
district* throughout the countrv is tixed at *),
instead of 60, as the Senate desired. The stamp
tax on bank checks and drafts is retaiued,
and all other stamp duties are abolished except
those on tobacco ana liquors.
Gen. Howard'-Mission to the Apache*?
Ptact Agreed The Secretary of the I' te
rior has received a dispatch from Gen. Ho war 1
dated Camp Grant, Arizona, May 24, via Sau
Diego, California, 1st inst., in which Gen. How
ard states that altera three davs? cou tell, at
which there were present G serai Crook.
Americans, Mexicans, Pappag(e8, Pimas. and
one thousand Apaches, by thei ic liefs, a peace
was agreed ujion. He adils: "Several Apache
children (prisoners) cheerfully brought by the
Mexicans, are lett here. The Indians solemnly
engage to go on no more raids, and to help
General Crook to look up the incorrigible
liostiles. Those who left McDowell are c?inmg
in and sending, asking for peace. Good men
rejoice while the bad men are active. Succeas
seems now sure."
What Ex-Prepident Johnson Knows ok
the Buell Records.?Ex-President Johnson's
testimony before the military committee of the
House ot Representatives yesterday only showed
that he knew nothing of the disappearance of the
records in the court-martial of Gen. Buell,
which are missing from the archives of the
War department. He said that if his name was
mentioned In the records, it must have been to
his credit; he made this remark in order to
discredit the insinuations that possibly be had
some agency in the removal of the records to
hide unfavorable comments or testimony upon
his couduct while acting as Military Governor
of Tennessee; the commission was held before
he came to Washington to take his seat as Vice
President, and after he became President he
never thought of the iubject of the records, his
mind being engaged with public affairs, nor did
he know that (Ley were lost until he saw publi
cations to that effect in the newspapers.
The orange, Alexandria and Manassas
Railroad Bill Passed?The bill which
passed the House a tew days since to authorize
the Orange, Alexandria and Manassas railroad
company to run trains and transport freight and
passengers within the District of Colombia,
passed the Senate this morning without amend
ment, and now awaits the signature or the
President. Ihis bill, it will be remembered,
allows that company to ran locomotives and
trains over the bridge which has been con
structed by the Baltimore and Potomac railroad
company aaross the Potomac, and to pat down
a single track along Maryland avenue from its
western terminus to its intersection with the
Washington canal, now In process or being
filled up, and thence by a carve southwardly
along the ground heretofore occupied by the
canal to the Intersection of D or E streets sooth,
as may be determined by the engineer in charge
of the public boildings and groonds, and thence
along one of said streets by a tunnel under the
public grounds east of the Capitol building,
upon such route and in such manner as the
raid engineer may prescribe, to 2d or 3d street
east; thence along said 2d or 3d street to the
hne of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad; no de
pot along said avenue or streets to be estab
lished until consent for the same has first been
obtained from the legislative assembly of the
District of Columbia.
England is ahead of the United States in
tLe consumption of tobacco. 8hedo?*n't chow
much, but she suufis aud smokes mure.
FOETT-SECOND CONGBESS.
?
This Afternoon's Proceeding.
?
Tcbdat, June 4.
SENATE?Mr. Sumner presented a uicmori 1
of the International Gram! Lodge of the
Knights of 8t. Crispin, representing 100,?>0<I
shoemakers, protesting against any repeal cr
modification of the eight hour law.
Mr. Thurman submitted a resolution from
the committee on elections an i pr.? lieges. tha<
the pay of Mr. Hansom, Senator from North
Carolina, shall comifence March 4.1K71.
Mr. Sherman ca:i*d up
THE C05FKBEJKE KKP03T OS THE TARIFF
BILL.
and said the redaction agreed upon l>v the com
mittee nmvnntcd to about noo,r><io."
Mr. Tliurman did not approvo altogether of
the bill, but would vote for the couierence re
jcrt as the b? st that could b.? got.
Mr. Scott believed that the ten per cent, re
duction on iron wa* a mistake, hut as the bill
bad been elaborately discussed in both houses,
and bad gone to a conference committee, he
I was dis]>osed to accept the report as an earnest
of stability, and in tue hope that for years to
come Congress would not be agaig called upon
to either raise or reduce th?> tariff.
Mr Alcorn complained that the bill as it now
stood w as unjust to the i>eople of the south in
the duties iuq?osed on cotton bagging and qui
nine.
Mr. Conkl:ng criticised portions of the report.
After turther discussion, the report was con
curred in.
THE OKAWGK KOAD IN THIS DISTRICT.
The bill to authorize the Orange, Alexandria
and Manassas railroad to run trans and trans
port passengers and freight within the limits of
the District of Columbia was passed.
NEW YORK CC9TOM- HOUSE l!?VE*TtGATIOW.
Mr. Howe submitted a report, with accompa
nying testimony, of the majority of the New
lork Custom-house investigation committee.
Mr. Bayard, in behalf of himself and Mr.
Casserly, tbe minority of the committee, sub.
mitted a statement, and asked ieave to have
their views printed during the recess. He said
tbe action of the majority in this case was unu
sual, and was proceeding, when Mr. Howe*
called him to order, and made the i>oint that
there was nothing before the Senate. He sai i
tbat he made the point because he wished to
postpone the remarks of Mr. Uavard until an
opi*>rtunity could be afforded to rei.lv to what
he said.
Mr. liayard merclv wished to obtain leave for
tbe minority to print during tlie recess.
Mr. Morrill (Vt.) said it would be setting a
very improper precedent. and atlbrd an unfair
advantage to the minority to give them leave
to print, at their own convenience, a review of
tbe majority rejort.
The paper submitted by Mr. Bayard wv
then read from the desk. It sets forth that the
minority were not aware that the majoritv in
ten-led to submit a rcjKirt at this se&sion, "and,
therefore, they had not time to prepare their
views.
Mr. Ilowe was under the impression that
every member of the oommittee knew per
fectly well that a rej>ort was to be ma le at this
session. He thought that so early as Wednes
day of last week all the members'of the com
mittee were notified that they could read the*
report which had been prepared.
Messrs. Casserly and Bayard Iwth stated tint
they had never beard of any rejiort until Sat
urday.
Mr. Howe asked Mr. Bayard whether he
meant to say tbat he had not been notified o:
the purpose of the majority.
Mr. Bayard said be meant distinctly to s.iv
that very thing. He never until laet Saturday
knew of the purpose of the majority.
Mr. Edinundssaid there never was an instance
where a minority of a committee had been given
tbe |>ower to tile their views officially when the
Senate was not in session, and be'could n >?
consent to sacrifice a sound parliamentary prin
ciple.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Mr
Wilson (lnd.), from the oommittee on the ju
diciary, reported a bill to provide for holdni"
terms of tbe district court of the western district
of Missouri at St. Joseph atd at SpriughjM.
'1 he bill was rejected.
Mr. Perry (Va.), from the committee on m !i
tarv attairs, reported a bill authorizing and .ii
rectlng the Secretary of War to distribute anus
and eoui| inents under the provisions ot the :? t
ot A prii 'Jj, 1*70, and the several acts amen lato y
thereto, wtiuh was passed.
Mr. Blair (Mich.), from the committee on
claims, reported a Senate hi!, tor the reliel of
the owners of the bark "A. I Pasted.
Mr. Butler (Mass.) presented a resolution
adopted by tbe New England flsh and salt dull
er.-association, asking legislation to carry into
effect tbe provisions ot the treaty ol Washington
relative to the fisheries.
in presenting the resolution Mr. Butler said
he simply desired to call attention to the Tact
tl at this resolution was parsed by the Fi>h
dtaltrt association, the national enemies of the
Fish catihrrs. It waa referred to the committee
on foreign affairs.
Mr. Eldridge (Wis.,) from the oommittee on
judiciary, rej>orted a bill for the relief of the
widow and orphan children ot Ueoige Johns, of
Kentucky. Passed.
Mr. Specr (Ua.) introduced a bill for the re
moval of tbe i?olitical disabilities of Lucius J.
Gaitrell, of Georgia, which was amended by the
addition of the names of Davia Clapton, of Ala
bama, Manning M. Kimmell, of Missouri, ami
Martin J. Crawford, of Georgia, and parsed.
On motion of Mr. Dawes (Mass.) the rules
were suspended and the Senate bill for the
relief of Thomas Allen, giving him *27,720.03
for prii t ng a compendium of the sixth census
by order of the Secretary of State. Passed.
The Senate amendment to the House bill to
provide fjr tilling vacancies in certain offices in
the territories was concurred in.
Mr. Dawes, from the committee of conference,
submitted a report upon the tarifl bill, which
was adopted.
Mr. Gartield (Ohio) said there were now three
appropriation bills pending, but they were all in
the Senate. It the House would work up to
these bills when they came back, tbe House
could easily be ready to adjourn on Mondav.
He therefore moved that when the House ad
journ it be to meet on Friday; which was agreed
to.
It was subsequently unanimously agreed tbat
there should be a se.-?ion to-morrow, for the
purj>ote of siguiug the tariff bill, and for no
other purpose whatever.
The House then, at 2 p. m., adjourned.
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Tlie Greeley Mmmm Meeting In New
Turk.
The much-talked-of mass meetiug to ratify
the Cincinnati nominations was held at Cooper
Institute, in New York, last evening, the hall
being well tilled. Outside meetings were or.
K&nized, which were addressed by speakers
from stands erected In the square. Gen. John
Cochrane was chairman of the Inside meeting,
and delivered a brief address. On the platform
was ex-Marshal Kvnders, and among the list of
vice presidents were Ben Wood, Amos J. Cum
mings, Erastus Brooks, George Wilkes and
others. Resolutions were adopted reaffirming
the Cincinnati platform; commending its ac
ceptance by the Rochester state convention;
eulogizing Horace Greeiey and Gratz Brow n;
hailing the approval of the ticket at the south,
and welcoming the co-operation of all devoted
to reunion and reform.
Senator Tinton. of Nebraska, was the tirft
| speaker, and denounced the administration,
expressing the opinion that Mr. Sumner repre
sents the true sentiment of the republican
party. Colonel Aleck McCiure, of Pennsylva
nia, thought tbat amnesty should be universal
and civil authority supreme in every state in
the Ukion. General Judsen Kilpatrick thought
honest republicans and honest democrats were
standing side by side and the people were deter
mined to commit the government to new and
pure hands?such as those of General Kil
patrick. Hon. Robert B. Roosevelt in a brief
speech gave the reasons why he as a democrat
and why other democrats can sustain Qreolev,
can nominate him at Baltimore, and elect him
afterwards.
A letter from Senator Fenton was read
which concludes with a warm endorsement of
the Cincinnati ticket*. Other letters were raad
from Casstus M. Clay, Montgomery Blair, Sena,
tor Trumbull, George W. Julian, James
Brooks, John Danfortn, of New l>endon; C. B.
Sedgwick, of Syracuse; W. W. Nil as, Dr.
Adolph Kessler, and General Imboden, and a
telegram was read from GraU Brown, express
ing regret at being unable to attend the meet
ing.
California offers a calf born bald all orer.
99-A. Minnesota town had old-fashioned
snow storm last week.
ftju,t <!?iu Sr1S?:fr<*1?itt" ?"
D^Blade-o'-grass hats are appropriate with
ne^rtii.e."ParePa K?**" U tbe ??
JSSSSST"^ "e eitre,Bely popuUr
WGrand Kapidr, Mich., has fl.fi'XS.W "fine"
money to expend in the purcLa.se of library
bocks. '
TELEGRAMS TO THE STAB.
?
This Afternoon's Dispatches.
PHILADELPHIA TO-DAY.
THE GREAT COXVEXTIO*.
Opening oi l lie Rail.
firmiSCFOR THE VICE mtSIUK\( V
Colfax and Se ator Wilson '.i.bui L?rn.
| S/ cief DUpatch to 0?e IWw'i o St ? i
Pni la t>KLrhia, June 4.?The 1'hila lel|l:n
convention though not formally organized may
be said to be present to-day in mi unorganized
miMi meeting, the spirit or which seem* to be
but little dampened by a prevailing easterly
sturm. Delegation and club* are arriving ir
the rain trom all }uarters, leaded by bands of
music and decorated with Hag", tud marching
to their respective 'inarters. The ctty has got
all its bunting out and presents otherwise iu
every section a gala appearand* Yesterday the
struggling i>ortioiis of delegations were at hand
and unexj>ectedly entered apou the spirit of
caucusing for the vice pres.deucy with great
zeal. New Hamiehire was the f'.rst on the
ground with a full delegation, and commenced
the campaign by working fur .Senator IWilson.
The Indiana delegation, headed by ex-Senator
Lane, and accompanied by alniut'sixty of the
prominent republican politician.- ot the ^tate, at
once opened the poll for Colfax. Ohio homtcd
the name ot ex-Gov. lKiimsuii to be pressed
tirst, last and all the time, where ij>on Pennsyl
vania held an informal conference and thus
added to the excitement. The Connecticut
delegation worked hard to present Gaverno:
Hawley as a compromise candidate, while
Speaker Blaine and General Banks were occa
sionally mentioned.
ELBCTIONKKRTVr; TA<*TlCf?.
Thus the situation stood at midnight, impar
tial observers looking upon the contest between
Mr. Colfax and Senator Wilson as about even.
This was preliminary skirmishing, however,
tor. with the exception of the New Hampshire
delegation, not one was complete, and therefore
could not be |*>sitively counted. Senator Wil
son's friends are this morning first on the
fround, in the way of a demonstration. The
lassacliusetts Central Grant Campaign Club
opened spacious headquarters at tne corner ol
Broad and Chestnut street*, flung their flags to
the breeze, ami commenced to make speeches
and distribute documents in favor ot their can
didate for Vico President. One of their circu
lars with which they are flooding the delegates
opens in this wise:?" Secretary Camerou said,
in bis letter to Henry Wilson: ? No man, in mv
opinion, in the whole country has done more to
aid the War departmert in preparing the mighty
army now under arms than yourself.' At the
close of the called session of Congress in 18CI.
Lieut. Gen. Scott emphatically declared tha
Senator Wilson had cone more work iu tha'
short session than all the chairmen ot the mill
tary committees had done tor the last twent
years. Att?r the flrst Bull Kun battle he re
turned to Massachusetts and by his persona
labors raised two thou?and three huwdred men
Among the numerous bills intrMuoed b> Ueury
WiIron was one to raise 50f>,(49 men for three
years to enforce the law*; to abolish slavery in
the District of Columbia, etc.; and he was a
republican thirty-two year? ago."'
TUX M KWSI'AI'KII ^YWDtCATE.
The Wilson men are working with these ap
peals ujion the co'ored delegates, ai d are also
urging that the labor element demands his nom
ination. They are also reinforced by what the
Philadelphia papers call the Washington syn
dicate ot newspaper men, whose headquarters
at the Gifard House have the motto, " Any
thing to t>eat Colfax." J. B. McCullagh.
of the St. Louis Democrat, and about a dozen
republican Washington oorre-|<ondents. com
pose the syndicate. Forney's I'r- tt to-day says
that ti e strongest and best organized opposition
to the renom;nation of Vice President Colfax
conies from the newspaper correspondents at
Washington. All the MlMMtabNi of the
great dailies are interested in the movement,
and understanding so well the working oi the
wires, their hostility is all-powerful One ot
their strongest points against him is an article
which he wrote for the (Mepenrfml in 1ST", In
which be made tise of the 1.'Mowing language
'? I intend with thistetm to close iny political
life absolutely The i?eople will w'ant some
eastern or southern Vice President, and should
have one. I ?bal! leave public 'lfc voluntarily,
and without a regret. and expect to go nto active
business. My friends all know ot my determi
nation, and I assure them it l" no pretence, but
a reality, as you will see." The correspondent
claim to have already accomplished Mr. Col.
tax's defeat, but the claim is hardly support ed by
the facts. They are circulating this letter in
printed form, and are working individually
with a zeal that is the sensation of the h itels.
Postmaster Halloway, ol' Indianaiolis; Mr.
Shoemaker, of Baltimore; the Maryland and
indiaaa delegates, commenced a tterce'opposl
tion to the syndicate to-day, and are charging
boldlv that they are for the most p^: corre
sjiondcnts whom Colfax reiused to recommend
for twelvrtiundred dollar consulates.
WHAT SHAW 8AYS.
Shaw and others say that it is false. Word* run
high, and two or three times to-day personal col
lisions have been imminent. The ludiaua dele
gates demand to know what this newspaper op
position to Colfax is founded on. All sorts of
replies arc given, which are more general than
detailed. Coltax is developing great strength
with the southern delegates. Maryland is for
him solid, having been in-trcted, and will ca"t
her vote tor him all the time. Tennessee is*in
structed for Hon. Horace Maynard on the tirst
ballot, and after that is divided Tirgiuia it
instructed for Senator Lewis, and alter tha* it i*
claimed that there will be a majority of the del
egates for Senator Wilson, though a number
are supi>osed to be favorable to Colfax. Ala
bama, without any instru, tiers, is supposed to
l>e about evcnlv divided between Coltax auil
Wilson. The Mississippi delegation have ar
rived. and most of them are tor Colfax. The
colored members of the l/Oui?tana and Texas
delegations are generally tor Colfax. The
Georgia delegation understand that the en
dorsement ot the present administration by
their state convention is c*;ua! to instructing
thtm for Grant and Colfax. South Carolina is
divided on the Vice Presiden y. The friends ot
Senator Wilson claim North Carol iua for h'n;
solid, and & Of the 30 Missouri delegates are
pledged to him. Ohio will stick to Dennison tor
Vice President as long as there is any hope of
his nomination. We can deny authoritatively
that Governor Dennison has written any letter
withdrawing from the convcntk n as a candi
date for Vice President. Gen'l Cornly, ot the
O hlo State Journal, is the Governor's beat friend
and is working for him assidiousiv. Indiana is
solid for Colfax, and will stick to him through
thick and thin and to the last. A meeting of
this delgation was held, at which important
action was taken toward securing eastern atid
southern support for Mr. Colfax, which he
lacks. The friends of Senator Morton are ail
working for Colfax, a reconciliation having
beenelfected some time ago. It will thus be
seen that the war on Colrax is much stronger
than it was four years ago at Chicago, when
Senator Fenton was working for the nomina
tion.
TABIOC9 COMPLICATIONS.
At the meeting of the Massachusetts delega
tion it was determined to vote for Wilson as
long as there is any chance for his nomination
for Vic* President. The New York delegation
at noon met at the Continental; they are a boat
equally divided between Colfax and Wilson
Iowa will go for Wilson ot that state on the first
ballot. Kansas is for Wilson of Massachusetts
for bar second choice. The Pennsylvania dele
gation, which will have great influence in
moulding the action of the oonvention on the
Vice Presidency, are still undecided as to whom
they should unite open. The different predilec
tions lie in the various directions of Curtin,
Kelley, Colfax, and Wilson of Mas#.; there was
an effort made by the southern delegations to
unite with the Pennsylvania delegation for
a combined interest?the couth to unite on Kel
ley for Viae President, if Pennsylvania would
support Judge Settle, of North Carolina, tor
the permanent chairmanship of the oonvention.
A complimentary vote will probably be given
Don Cameron by Pennsylvania. Hon. James
F.Wilson, of Iowa, is also being urged by his
numerous friends, on the ground that his record
in the House as chairman of the i udiciary com
mittee, and his participation in the preparation
and passage of the reconstruction act will give
him an unusual prestige with the south, while
his tariff ideas will make him strong with the
northwest. Against him is urged the fact that
be Is not well enough known outside tne railroad
Interests of the west to make him an available
andidate. Connecticut is pressing Clot. Haw.
?y lor a 11 tie of everyth.n*; the de ega'ion
??vor h?m i.? compromise \ ice Pre* lentlal
candidate, hi t will |>n>h*blf ibtuikin that. and.
urge Its umii.o tor
rssMAinu>-T rstftiDExT or the convention
As he had that honor with Ctrrago he will not
1>C given it here. KxScnator I-ane. of Indiana,
wlsn was president of the tir?t national republi
can ccrvention ever held which nominatr I
Krtinont ts iuo?t generally name.I. thoughf)amor
S|ie*it. of Kentncv. General Dodge. of Iowa.
4 Governor Kalrrtiiid, of Wisconsin, smith. of
v ? ?. i; it i ?,,!??, ot Kli?*le Inland, and ex
sei a'ur Henderson. Ot Missouri. are named.
The M-iiti. piestnts the name ot Hon. <lame> s.
<>rr. of S.iuth Carol-*"!*, and Cbas. Settle, of
North Carolina. Kx-Mayor McMieliael's
iriendsot th scity wanted hlni lor permanent
prs it?. Ai d are disapp>lnted at histemporarv
S?.Il l (iv'Ii*
THE PLATTORM
has a!re*. ly been informally drafted. It will be
l-rlef and concl'C, and of course ad.pt the
ix?licy and acts of the administration, which
wilt bo coinpl.mrnted cn its successes and
praised for it* ecoitomy, its reduction of the
debts, humanitarian trea'raent of the In lians.
Ac. Koiney sav? there ha* been little <k>ubt at
any time ae to the oomplexion of
tbb riurr PLANE
of the platform The republican party i? too
strongly committed to the American system,
the good old doctrine of protection to home in
dustry, to emde the subject, especially now
that the democratic opposition is W'omn^
more and more a centre of froe trade influences
OS CIVIL RlflHTS
there will bd a bold and unequivocal declara
tion. a?, indeed, there will be on erery other
question new before the country. In addition to
colored men who are regular delegate* to the
lfcpubhcaii Jorvention at Philadelphia, there is
alto a full i"presentation of leading men of the
race in the < ity, and in justice to theoe men and
as a reoomj crise for their devotion to republican
] niicifK-?*. a resolution will in all probability be
inserted at radical and sweeping as even Sena
tor Sumnei could desire.
1 BK COLORED PELEOATRS
eat, sleep and drink at all the first-class hotels
A I'ECl'I.IAR yfATURK
ot the convention is the presence of a delegation
of women, members of the national woman *
>ullrage as:-ociat?ou, ot which tne headquarters
are in New York city. This association is often
and prci'anelv called the "Woodhull branch of
the womar. suffrage movement." 8u*an B
Anthony, Mrs. Dunoway, Ltllie Make and Mr?.
Dr. Ix>s*ier arrived this 'morning, while fenta>e
delegates from the territories \uLere women vote
are expccUd.
Tii E FEELING AGAINST KB. CRRELET
is very strong among these advocates of the
right* of women. Mtsa Anthony, in conversa
tion. said Horace Greeley had done a great and
wicked work in opposing the woman suffrage
movement, his position as editor of one of the
first journals in the country giving him more
opportunity to do this with efleet.
THE OinMARS FOR ORANT.
A grand mass meeting of German? will be
held this even'ng at 7 o'clock atCoucordia Hall.
The call is signed by a number ot prominent
gentlemen from different cities, including
Messrs. S. Wolf, of Wa?htng*on. D. C.; H.
Raster, of Chicago, 111.; Win Sciinaufler. of
Baltimore, Md.. and Wo. Gillman. of New
York city. They ask the attendance of ill Ger
mans favorabte to the success of the republican
cause, which means the sup|*>rt of the nom nee*
oi the Philadelphia convention. The meeting
will be presided over by H. tta?ter, Ks-j., ot the
Chicago Staati Mn , the great German re
publican organ ot Illinois. Talks among the
Germans, both those residents of this city ami
those here from abroad, show an unanimous
preference for Grant. Upon the subject of the
Vice Presidency they express uo preference.
THE MONEY IWFLIEN. E GOES TO PHILADEL
PHIA.
August Belmont, the distinguished millionaire,
banker and democrat, has taken a suit ot room
at the Continental. His room* are crowde i.
TRAIN ON UAM1>.
Geo Francis Train has hung underneath the
>ome* hat well looking portrait in the Conti
nental a map of the United States on the Tram
projection. On this remarkable geographical
pioducticn Mmaha ts delineated as the city of
the future, while the rest of the map is full oi
similar prophetic eccentricities. Train savs all
parties are going to piece*, and that his cinven
tion os October 5th will triumphantly elect
Lim. A.
LATEST FKOM PHILADELPHIA.
Tin: ricE VHVsmE.YCw
?D Colfax.
Indiana Demand* Hi* denomination a
tt?quhite to C?rr? Indian t.
Letters from II. 8. Senators Favor las
llf? llenoniinatlon.
($i*. ic ' Dispatch to TK< Er- ntny .ViJr.)
Phii APEi.ru'a, June 4, 2:30 p. m The Col
fax and Wilson men have been working all day
on the umnstrueted delegates, and as the result
each claims a majority, it is safe to say that
Colfax will 'not secure a majority on the first
ballot, thou {h he will rise trcm his 131 instruct
ed vote* to JOO. The New York Tints' oovres
jondei.t. w! o is a pretty good canvassei. sayn
that the Coltax men are not so confi
dent as th. y were, and are beginning to
contemplate the possibility of his defeat
YestenUy tl ey declared that he would be nomi
nated on the first ballot; to-day they are not w>
certait that he will be nominated at all, and
his friends i.om Indiana are beginning to plead
for him as t .-cessarv to ^access in theii stale. It
is difficult t ?ay wLat the situation will be to
morrow. but to^dav it cannot be denied that tti*i
result is uncertain'. Thi> afternoon an impor
tant elcmeir ot opi-ositioti ha- appeared against
Wilson it. tL j sliaj? oi rejwrted advu-ee f rom U.
S. Senators 'a\ oring the nomination of Coltax
One of the n leged ietters ts said to contain the
Ptatemt uc t) it Wilson is wholly untlt to preside
in the Senai >. The Wa?hington Wil!*)n syndi
cate are Loa ring this afternoon that they have
captured ev ry republican ncws|>apvr man who
has arrived
TDK DISTRICT DEIROATION.
Me?tf. A'?'e. K. Shepherd and Cook, the Dis
trict delcgi. es at large, arc at l<o> Walnu*
street, the L- ad^uarters ot the District repnbli
cans, and -re holding quite a levee. The
Young Men s Republican Club of the District
are receivir j every attention from Philadel
phians. Th re 1s some talk among the Penn
sylvania delegation of changing their state
ticket by
withdrawing hartranrt.
Forney urges that policy demand; it- Came
ron k here i pposing it.
LATMT PAlncrLARs.
Gen. Baticr, Senator Morton, and Secretary
of the Senate Gorham are bore. The Cincin
natl convention newspaper quadrilaterals are
hare, marshaled by Horace White and 8am
Bowles, it Is still raining, and the fear is that
the great display to-night will have to be port
ioned. The evening trains are bringing larg?
crowds. Nearly every delegate wean a white
bat. Cheafant street, near the Continental
Hotel, is a blockade of white hats, linen duster*
and carpet-bogs. As It is conceded? Mr Sum
ner's hope to the contrary notwithstanding?
that President Grant will be renominated on
the Brut ballot, the nomination will be virtually
by acclamation, but it Is insisted that there
shall be a roll eall of the states, and a formal
and unaalmt us ballot be cast by each one for
the Preaident. a
Asssrtai?l rresa BeMrUfrsm PklU
del|riUa
PaiLADRLt aiA, Jane 4?The Lincoln club,
from Pittsburg, '2JO strong, arrived to-day, aad
were escorted Tr^m the depot to their headquar
ters by the Central Hartranfl clab.
It is reported that the <lelegates from the
states instructed flsr Colfax show signs of dis
sension. and some believe that Wilson, of Mas
sachusetts. has a better chance. This is not oon
ced< d bv Colfax's friends. The Ohio delegation
have at the Continental a banner oat for Grant
and D?nnison. There is great anxiety to know
how the New York and Pennsyl vanla delegate
will vote. The preparations tor the ad.?rument
of the Interior or the Aea-1eiu\ are prog*eaa.ug
rapidly I nter l/eagne b nlii ng is Wautl"U^y
?!. corated with buntn.g an 1 g<*.-~ets. Tt>* * >
wimon Broad owl U nearly complete*!. W>1
*u. be decorated Uu* frrtJinf.
?
Rfl l?rk 1???
TW* CAE PttVIi< ro STR1R*
Nb* Vhkk, J vilit* ? TV rtr ikirw etU
meet in ? day or two to takr action for ft redue
t???f the l.oqr? of Itlmr. Tlt? M< tk'f IK>?
work seventeen boor* per d?v for
KtuUIT
It i* reports] that Uis ?U.r* of OaH Fahrb-r
w?* entered by burglar* last tr.ght. anJ ?lu.OOl
wortb of Jrwclnr uid fx^W tn boit.ls stolen
The police are reticent about tbe mat vr
niw ?AT ??M T THI (IttlLtV
?ttnx.
The ri?u? Mi? of the rattn<-ats>r aieetintf la?t
"It *M chiefly r<m%rk?W for whet it
wa> not. It *M not near'.) sj '.a-1* w ta-1 ?<n
bof-ed. an?) the f|*Urt? who ii wore
relat:>e'\ inrtgmfican' "
The llrra'4 *aj* "it trti ati ini'Mi1 an I
popular assemblage. and the largest and ?o?t
inij<o?it g ftnd ettthuMftet c political ratiflo*-ton
me<'tne drawn together in tWe eitv atnee the
ratification ol Seymour ami Rlair in l?t>* '
1 Ik rr.tim. aav? ??The ratification meeting
last ii1 ??t-1 take# rank ana t U?- giea'*?4 au l
u ort i itbua;*stic ol atytnlln> krU in ttiis city
sin?v ttte ear "
1 he li iir/.i Mti "It ean hardly be ter*n*?f an
f JniKtartic leathering e\en by tbe ?? ?i euitaa
? astic ttirn>l* ol the *ag? huu*eit. 1 *? ?uir
utl-urst of apj 'aone that ctillv. iifd Ik'
?ew was that following the m-tition of Senator
Stunner'* name.''
<m>v. u< rmAK 4* thi slave <>r thi mio
TI.e Tim'* thu iu?run.g p.wnutbes lii( C-?l
rnr.tts of tignres, headed a- te'low? ?? Huff
man's OuiTt?The Hefinnitif ot Frmlnlfrt
V arrant*? How Oovernor Molluian Herved tbe
liiuf ai> kiavor ? 1'ioot*ot fraud taken trota tue
City KteorAi"," The 7"i ? ?av? drntig the first
eta month*ot 1m'>* Mayor Hoflmatr* ngnature
appears on all warrant* drawn ?|?a the ctrv and
and county treasurer W tuiti that larted tk?
ring coutrtved to obtain under laiae pretrnce
??"TO.Siof the public money. The F.n t then
gives in detail the warrant*' iasu.vt from .1 an
*?. I**, to Nor ivitk of the ?atne rear, a por
tion Of ?li?cL w? re atoned by A l. rman iVtaaa,
ill the abeenoe ol the mayor, and the r-'iaa, inlet
by >laror Hoffman. The whole amount toot*
up 9S.CW.144. The names which figured largely
ta the report ?>! tlie fraud* made last year appear
in the Haw' *tatement to-day. The fiwi ed
iU>rially aay* the rinlorsemeni* to some ot Mil
let > warrant-' are believed to be forgeriea. Mr.
Robert G. Gregg wa? apparently made the In
nocent mean* ot filling the pocket*ot the King,
lor a little biilof hi* am >ant ng to ?'??' ?3. grew
under the lowering cgre of WaUiti an4 hut pai
to the a*toucdlng pro|*ortion* of Jl.
The Meil?aa BeraliiliM
IT t? *?IT KkDBD *?> Mr* ii A* IT Wtl -TU'
VTKO> TKICK*?CORILLt ? ?* s|f KK Et?
New York, June 4?A *p*c(al dispatch ft->m
C amargo of the U t^tant urt After tho flgb*
near Monterey ou thedoth altimo. Treviuo ral
lied all hi* forces on the following day and at
tacked Corella iu the auburb* of the citv, ami
completely routed him Ui*patche* <afe that
the government troop* lout ererything, thair
entire force being killed, wounde.l and scat
tered. The campaign of two muntti* |ft-e|>ara
tton agaiti*t the northern frontier I* thu* ended.
It ?? fuppoeed that Tryinv'* retreat on the firat
day wu> a ru*e. Ttie revolutionuta are eahil
< rated and claim new im|>ata* A their cftuae.
Nothing U kuoan of Treviuo ainoo hi* victory,
but it i* anticipated that be will rat urn to the
border*. The troop* here are uuder order* to
move at a moment'* notice.
THI ADVA1KI or CIVAI.LO* m< RCP.
Matamocah, June 3?letter* rr?eived from
RiDg?0<<l*tate that the advatioe of Cevalto* h?*
t>eeti defeated and driven hack near M.er.
t.'uiroga ?till hold* Sera!t>?, the principal town
ou the road to Monterev.
CATTLK WIALIIU KVritIt>.
Fnoww-vtLLB, June J.- Military operation*
on the Mevicanaidc "topped cattle Stealing ieiu
l>orarily. but depredation* have recnmtti'-nred,
and cavalry and mounted intaatry are going oat
in pursuit of the thieua. The arrival ot a roa
miNftlon to inve>'.igkte the depredatiwna i*
anxiouidy expected.
I ra* llarape Ta4ay.
URBAH" afHTAtaan.
M ADRin. Jun* 4.?Theoouraeof Marshal !*>-r
raiK* tow at<l* the iu*urgetit* in the Kaa-.ue prov
ince* haa be?n ai>proved by tba oortea. The
lower branch of that body yeatorday. by a vota
of 1441 again-t 22. paaaed resolution* declaring
valid the amnesty granted by Serrauo to tlio
Car 1 i*t* who voluutarlly surrendered
THI WliTHIK IN IMIAID.
I/v*no*, June 4?The weather tbro'ighout
I'ngland i? wet, and aufavorable to the grow
ing cro|w.
sbrraho A< cBrTS.
Madrid, June 4?Matniial serran ? ba? taken
the oath a* Pre*, lent of the Council and Miu*
trferof War in the new ministry. The*e |a??l
tion* hare l?een temporarily occupied by AJ
miral To|>ete. ?
<.EW. SHEUVA* A*n LIBPT OR4WT fcT IICRLIH.
ItKRLtjr. June 4 ? (ienerai Vfulinu T SUer
man. Col. J.C. Audenrted and Lieut. Frederick
1>. Grant, of the United State* army, hart
artived in thu city.
Meih?xtikt heaeral CoalereBre
tnk tLOfian t?assio*.
Nt.w York. .It:ne 4.?The attendance at the
c.o*iiij! hn4uii of the Methodist general confer
ence to-day war unusually laige. The re|H?rt ot
the con.mi'ttte ot. boumlarie*.fixing the Itouuda
rie* of the Indiana, Iowa, Philadelphia, Liberia,
Africa. Kentucky, and North Indiana confer
ences wa? adopted. Kev. I?r. Fuller ottered a
resolution to establish a colored eon
terei.ee in the territory now occupied
l<y the fleorgia and Alabama t-ouferencer After
?oirue discu**:on the resolution SA" tabled. A
resolution was passed authorizing the general
contercnce to appoint a tribunal for adjudicat
ing qucstion*oti conference boundaries, the de
cision* of said tribunal u> be final A great part
of the morning wa* spdnt in di?ru.*ung aui
adopting minor detail* ot church discipline.
. .
Civil Sauvtrz Krporm ? Fir-t Co*r?Ti
TIVR KXAMIUATfoira rVDKK THE N'KW RCIM.
The first examination of a(>plicanUi for promo
tion in the Treasury Department, under the
new ctTil service regulation*, takes place to
morrow, at the room* of the Treasury examining
board, on F street, near the F.bbltt house Three
vacancies in class 2. i*1.400 clerkships,) groap
A. Third Auditor's office, are to be filled by tlu<
examination. The applicants for these vacm
- iiuml>er alniut twenty On Thur?dar.
the oth iii*tant. about twenty.fire applicant*
a ill be examined to fill one \acaucy in class I,
group A. Sixth Auditor s office, and three appli*
cant* tor one vacancy in claw 2. group A . office
of the Commissioner of Customs. Allot' the*;
examination* are for promotion*, ami all appli
cant* must belong to tne class an 1 group wherein
the vacancies exist. On Monday, the P^b
instant, the first competitive examination* tor
fonr appointmetitji in the Treasury Department
will be held. There are already about twenty
applicants tor the fonr vacancies. The exam
ination* will continue from 'J am till i p. m.
each day, ami in no case will the time be ex
tended. After the examination* are concluded
the names of tlie three com|>etiU>r* having the
highest average will be forwarded to the Secre
tary ot the Trea>urv, w^io will selec' t'ie par*v
to receive apianntmcut. The examination* will
be public. On the 13th instant competitive ex
amination* will be held in the Po*t Office De
partment, to fill vacancies a- follows ?One
vacancy of class 4. (H.*W?.) an<1 one of class 2,
t*1,4W?,i group A, mouey order office; one ot
class 3. (*i,ONi,) and out of elas* 2. ifl.4'*i.) in
the office of foreign mail". There being no
clerk*lii|> ot cias* I, (*l,2trf>,l In the latter office,
the vacancy iu class 2 in that office will be open
to competition trom all cits* 1 m the other
bureau* ot the department.
Poltltf-Ml Ketea.
Democratic congreftsional a-piraut* in tin
Richmond. Ya.. district are a- thick a> black
berm*. Mesars. Oeorge D. Wi*e. It T. Daniel
aul John A . Meredith have signified the;r will
ingness to enter that ??revolutionary My."
J .idge Robert Ould is also *i>okeu of ac a proba
ble candidate
The democratic county convention in Parke
county, lud . on Saturday instructed the dele
fates "to the district convention to vote for Hon.
I, W. Voorhee* for candidate for the next Cnn
gres*. Five other counties with 1'arke con*ti
tute the district.
The recent totter of General Bradley T John
son, formerly of Maryland, now of Virginia,
advising the complete tdentificaUon of the aouth
ern cause with the liberal movement as repre
sented by Greeley and Brown. Is accepted in
Virginia a* an offiiet to the Moaby endorsement
of Grant- _ ....
The den."*T*tif convention at Los Angeles,
T-!., declared in f?T? of Horace Greeley lor
President. ^a, ,
The democratic primai^"
Saturday night alecud delega..*^ *?."^1
convention to be held at Jeflerao. ML2!
12th Instant to choose delegates to the , .
convention. A large majority of the
are for Greeley and Brown of course. t.d
George H Pendleton, la a letter to a frh.
while expressing confidence in the integrity .
Horace Greeley, and approving of the Cincin
nati platform and its candidate's letter of
acoeptanoe, despairs of his ever receiving a
majority of the democratic vote.
CHESAraAEI 1HD Olio CABAL?(*4<HWe of
Hanafment?At the anaual meeting or the
board of directors of the Chesapeake aad Ohio
Canal comi-anr at Anaanoli* vestcniar Ant,,,,
Canal oompaay. at Anwanoli* yester<Uy, Arth.^T
P Gorman. speaker of the Maryland boose of
delegates, was elected president, vtoe James C
Clark, the present incumbent. The salary was
redaeed from *10,000 to M,0M. Three ot the
old board of directors, namely. Geo. 8 Brown,
James G. Berret and Gil more Meredith, were
re-elected. Three new directors were elected,
namely, Greenberry M. Watkine, or Montgom
ery county; Daniel 8 Betsar, of Frederick
aounty, and Michael Bannoa, of Anne Arundel
iwunty. It was ordered that the locks be cloeed
?n Sundays.
Mr. Uorman, the newly elected president, is
veil known in this community, Laving been
postmaster of the I'. S senate lor a number of
fears. Me Is an energetic and shrewd vosng
man, of practical business baSit*. and it i* be
lieved the canal will continue to prosper under
ki* management.

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