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WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1872.
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TWO CENTS.
THE EVENING STAR.
r?Mlefce4 tally, taadaja lucpiel
AT THE UTAR BUILDINGS,
rraB*7liuila Aieaae, c?rm?r 11IM ?t
m Kvwiw ninfiiFipn cm.
B. jr. MW4U.VJV, /rtil.
fit KTKSINO STAB la lened by carrier to
IMi n^rrib?n at Tu Cbttr fit win, or Foe
rt-For r Ciit? ru Mo.tTH. Co|Im at the oountar
Two Ckttv each. By maU?three aontha, fl ?,
tlx aaoatha. f3 ?; ona year. 9*.
TBB WI1KLT ST A &-published rrMa^fiJC
? year. ^Iirariiblj In advance, la both earn
lalM paprr aratlonger thaaf*M for.
TBat ? ef adve*HMn? ftpglshed ? gjBwMia
.f f. F HJ BETIC-tl*
BUSINESS DIBECTOBYs
Owteinmg Cards of Fint-cl*i? Eat*b]; thmenti
Is all Braacief of Swsta la the Diatriet.
AVRKIl'TIKU WIRRHnnn
Joe t A fAUi .936 * J La aT?.,bt.tUiWiktl.
ALE DK I'IITN.
S. B Lax- t Co., AN>aar Cle.flJ U. avenue.
Palm ? r X Uriii. Mwrji Phil a Air, tratrget1*.
AR< HITECrS.
AdolfClt?. N K.cor. 19* h andG at.,09 Treasury
B. B 8? * ki *,7KI I ft., '-apoeite Poet ORre D*?t.
lie- 4 Plowjsa*. T. *. A. B..cor. 9th * Data.
Jake* H McG.ll.OT F *?reet. near 7th ati at t.
A Hi V AALERIE9.
?.B B<?i' *.!? P?. "f . bat. 12th and IJib ata.
AriHKMlNAI.LAW.
9. V BaBKTT.3174* .tract, n?%r City Hall
Ci?l'S.T?> A 444, Opp. Clt} BUI.
Job* P. Clark, 3S 13th street aorikweat.
li.ti rrlicitor of riahn* 614 13th stmt.
A. G. Ha*.bt.N9 Pa a*-., Title*. CooTey'jr. M< tarr.
H T W >wall. R< ? m J. Mar building, 7th A K ata
I. W.PelTt*. 1115 P>cn<rlr?niiitT.. northwest.
L ? Saii k?<, 4i? 7th street, between P and B.
W? Pa <?i-e Bell, op. City Hall.?Not ry Public.)
Asill".' B Iu vall.c 4V? mod P ate . ep.City Hall.
Vi B W >bi. r,.iaRi) la Law Building. 5th street.
Bimt W UaRXETT.Colombia t>aw Baild ?,6th at
B. L. Pchbidt. Columbia L?w Bui'dine, Jth atreet.
A Scnr? *:*s. Internal I Lvw A Col. < ffice.42S7tll.
H ?' Brft>m?D. flooa building, 1332 F street.
AKTIOSIEM.
ft L Wall 4 Co..8 W cor. Pa. a*, and 9th at.
Orrpv A W'LIIAH", 1001.C r. Wtb and P ?fr??te.
W. T J "H n-o*. P?. ave., corner 3d atreet aaat.
AHM\OS, FLAUN, die.
JOBS C. Hoc.an. 713 Market Space.
M.O. C?fela*d.?43 I?a. are , b>.-t. 6th acd 7th ata.
BAHERIEM.
?*>.8. Krafft.1746 Pa. a??? corner 18th atreet.
Cha? M Lamb. Hat I Pie* Bread, Z3U E. Capitol at.
K A \ DA.
Holt Hill Ba*t>. 711 7th atreet. between Q and H.
BANKS AND BAXMEB9.
BJ6'-- 4 Co., Kxfcutive avenne.coruer 15'h at.
Matiosal Savi.mg* Bank. cor. N Y.av. an<1 ?5th at
*iii; *ei ? i?avii? A Trtst Co..Pa. ar.^a.T Dt.
?w>' * PA**;*,?* 15 th at., opp. Treaaary Bep't
BATHS.
Dr. Clocp Batb Boox?, corner 9th and Patra .
BILLIARD NALOOHN.
rroN Hall B :.L:A?r>9ALoos.corner9th A Data
Clocd Bll.aed 8aloo<i, corner 9th A Pats.
BELL-HAfOERRA LOtHRVITHR.
O. Bj-Hnai^EB. ia>7 P?t .between 12th and 13th ata.
4. Pee?. Pi^-heb. dt'i 7th at , opp Patent Offlca.
J. ?? Kt iBLiss. II*. Bella * Lt'c Boda.122SPa.ar.
BLAt KfrMlTH SHOPS.
P. Bam( Hl:i, i Horse Shoeing, Ac.) 4*6 A Md ara
WmK ?%* t6FE. !>btp?inithg,M A fit Water at., Otn.
BLEACH EB1ES.
A. T. ? H,Tixa, Stria Ht A Bt. Bleacher,934 Pa. nr.
BILL POSTERS.
Talbert A Miulit. 710 B atreet, oppo. P. O. Dept
BOA RDIRV-BOIBES.
Paai i.wj Hove, 623 Pa. ave., bet 8th ar.d 7th ata
Bna. Bloi ill ? atreet n> rthwaat.
BOOK RISDEBS.
W a H Nallh, ro'i hweat corner 9th axid Beta.
BOOKSTORES.
Wm.Ballasttse ,K>liKiona.Ac >,4027th at..cor.D
O.C. Pvk.ell.4U2 ?;h atreet. abore D.
J. Bkadlet A: am?. 81? P at..oap. Patent Offlca.
PA Bro^^ai (Catholic). 936 Oat., bet. 9th A 10th.
W. A. Pill A Oo..7ue 15th at , corner Hew York are
Bbh.S.G Babbotb. 903 7th at. N.W., one door from I.
A. B W': li :amm Bock a boacht and sold, )#<? 7th ?t
Bun. P. Kksxch. (Stationery a aaecialty,)?i3 15th
Richard R< bkrt?, 1U36 7th at.. aboTe N Y.ave.
BOOT AID SHOE STORES.
B-Bra** A Co., ?? Pa. are., bet. 9th and loth ata.
?ko. B. W;L?o5 A Co.. 433 7th St.. under O. W. Hall.
Hooveb A J ai i-ox,1 1(i9 f a.aT .bet.ll th and '2th ata.
L. Heilbrcn. 419 7th at., adj'g Odd Pellowa' Hall.
B.Clat Wijmoi, 80S 7th atreet. between H and I.
P R Ftbloss, 216 3d at., adig Washington Hooaa.
a. ?rM, Boot M ikfr. 1747 P?ni?rlT?nit *T*na*.
A. P. Gray. Slipper Vannfactaiar, 1U6 7th at. B.W.
BBASS WORKS.
?ohxfrvillk A LtiTcu, 316 18 ? Mth atreat.
BIILDI5G MATEBIALN.
A B. Bhrfhek i. A ('<>..?lo Pa. ar., bet 9th A 10th ata.
W.B.C Btpma!*. Moaldiara. Ac., 13* at and Canal
? BFTTEB, EUUS, CHEESE, dfce.
Wbkatlet a 1U>hbeb,( whotoMle only ? c 9ih A P.
O.V.8rtcEK,tchoicegnodaJ 8.W. corner 9thAE sts
CAROET SHOPS.
W*. * altfk. 933 B street, near 10*h.
J.Q.Wiayii.1 alaof ph< laterit.g). 6U6Gat , bet 6A7
C ARPENTERS ASD B1 ILOEBS.
il.. 8 tBAFMA>,2U3 7th atreet and 1222 12th street.
OH* H. Howlmt. 616 K rtr?-et. b?t. ?tb and 7th.
loB.ri I. A P.- akin.;, 437 Mo. a*., bet 4>* and 6th ats
A. C. BsAMA.i.th. ns.aexch d for ?roond>61j 7th at
CABBIAltE FACTORIES.
Robert II Okaha*,410 12 14 3th at . bet P and I.
Obo B Hall, corner Penn. avenue an i liK street
Johk P PENsia, 109 6th at. a ath of Peon, avenue.
W H Oakqe* A Bko. Fennsylta'iia at , 8 k
CHINA, C? LASS WARE, Ac.
B.W. Boteler A Bro., 923 Pa. av., Metzerott Hall
CIRC I LATIXO LIBRARIES
W. T. Nimmo.317 Pa. ?tmw. . bet. 3d and 4>? ata
CLOTHINC1 STORES.
?^^< 81 ?M)JI A Co Ml1 Pa. ar.. bet.9th AlOth at..
ah W aliib a Co..<11 Pa. are.,nnd>-r M ?t. Hotel
?LIS A C??.,( N Y. Ulla Pa. ar., bet.11th Ai2th ata
MA* A Co*. 307 7lh atreet. May bnilding
A. Itrai ?, loll Penn. ara. [See advertiaetnenta 1
COACH FIBDIHUS.
TBoMF-on A Co., 3W 9th St., opp. Canter Market.
COM HI SSI OR BBS OF BEEINL
JoaR?n T K. Plkjit.corner B and sth streets H W.
COSFECTIOHBBIBS.
B.O.Herbert.(Pining BoobuJ Ml 7th st , oa P.o
COMYETAKCEBB.
A. O. H ALET. 819 Pa. a*a.. (Law. Titlea. Notary )
CORKS, SEALINU WAX, Ac.
W. BARTHoLoXAR.at wholesale, MS 7th atreet.
CORSRTS, SKIRTS, *e.
Pocat a? , Lariiea' Cnderwear generally i?HRhi.
DLA11STS.
DR. W m Mrrrill. 1113 P atreet northwest
BIRISe SALOOBS.
Bar vet A Hold K.i. 1016 Prnua. ar .corner 11th at
DOLLAB KTOBES.
Vai-LACB * Dollar Storb. 491 Pb.bv., bet.i>*A6th
B1ISSMAKEBS.
?las R.B. Wilsom,I2H7 Pa av .iCat g tanght by rule)
BBIU STOBES.
HcKL.sa.301 Penn a. avenue, eorner 3d st.
!? ?. C 8. mm?. corner Sew York at enue and 14th at
F. P. Gaithrr. corner 9th aad H ats northwest.
f.|.I?gr?oT,ia Panna.ava.,Capitol Mill.
W. Z. Poolet. 223 east Psnna. ave., Capitol Hill.
4IOODM
Tat? A W -wall 310 7th street, near La avanne.
Xooas A W yltg.(One Price,) 1013 A 1020 7th at. u.w.
WWB^HOtRin1'^*G?r'*m'mw'
? H ? ?d-'? Mnsemn.
W. B ^ hkatlt.49 J"flBr?ia itp^t. cieorstiowii
BSRPLOTMERT OFFICES.
?tbward A Tat: or m ? . at .crnrr B northwest.
? * BcTLt.a. utt llih Street, near*.
_ EXPBESS OFFICES.
**o*% Exr Mb in Office: 6ul r? %j Cor m
% a*hn M Rriii. .a T ?" .T/ *: 1VlWf Wh,
^ tKB?|
a: 6a BtUfr st ,fitm;7 Waah'uat.. *lex?dria.
BBC* RAY ERS.
B. BArjtiARTii.tal'o Pie 81nksr.) 303 Pa aTenue.
FARC T STOBES.
f. G Pav.?. ?*? Market Space, comer ?th street
ocmABvhiiiso.K Y.Bazar.4417th atreat H W.
r. H Ykar?o"*. cor. Pa.av.and 30tb at., laillea A
rta" fcrnial.ivga. K^C'ra^e veila, Uimmiuga,
Bblaeked siilTened Are-crimped to eqnalnew
FLOI B, FEED AMD COMBISBIOB.
A Hard N?.cor. 7th at. and Maryland ave.
y. B I>Ra*et .Feed.Orain Ac xor Maaa.av,A7that
FLOWER EBRALMEBN.
B. B. otocP*. Kn<balm<-r Hat. Flow?-rs. 433 7th at.
? ??? l>?vTH. 412 lltb st .Waah'n, * 129 Cengrrae at.,
fiev'tuwa Funeral Wreatha and Natural Flow.m
?reaa^.i. rr?eerved A wbalmed, in auperior style.
FOCBDBIES.
J?Bt MrCm iASD. o> rner of La ava and 10th st.
Fl BAINHIBU WOODS.
Uriwiat^.HcfttaTaTLoRAUPa.avMet hotel
pa .1 i!< * Co .< N Y.M113 Pa. ar.. bat.llthAlttbata
flan, i M maw, 4W Pa. av*. .bat- aK AIU sta
FTBRITCBE STOB?
aad returned in two haura.'
IS, ??.
**?li:TO* ? PRan??ji, eor. 9th a P. X. B O A B
* Co ? R? 'a. a?., bat. 9th ? loths(a.
Wua Mtoi GAa Ltsitt CoiefaWT. 413 lA?A.naa* B
GLAM STA1BBBS
Wb. W. Vatobab, for atiorchaa. bcaaea, Ac.,711 P
G.Cor>wri LA9..R?.l4ts Paav ^a WUlard'l
A Hcmb. ?0' MarkstJ9*aaa, aaar fith street.
H. Plart a Boa, H. T. aeesae.eousi Ulhat.
ILR* A. Affkl. aarnar F aad 13tl> atraota. B. wi
w JtRDiiaaroB, 1713 Pauaylvaate avenaa.
8ritx a Bro .oor 4S at aad Virglalaavaana.
? Hvrlrt.909 7th ?!aat.*e?weaa lead K.
r Lt-rtLK it Co . N.W, cor QB a B, Bayy Yard.
HR
IMRJ PRAS.TT, (also FlahingTacAla,) MDsL
BAIB WOB1L. A?.
BBaB.C Griff, tb. Lad tea' Hair lb? .lHI F it
yM^AMPBtt l, M Pa. ava , bat. ?th aad 7th sK.
r Irkirdt A Oo..?U Pa. av., bat Ath Md 7th.
I 9t mveidrr. BMP*, av. bat. Mth aad llthata
F.G 'VFj B'aBaakat HQOA Pa av J>st.Mth*llth.
&?w? 7mrAU^L^r.Tv1.M?r3d a?ree?.
f^*jTic"t Fl? BRLl5 Boc*B*?r .RhAP; f 3 par day
hucsi fvbnishing stoi -
J.W. loTtLit 4 Bin ,KS Ft. m? H*twrott Hall.
?Jio.P Gorr- BigBaaket. 109Pa.av ..bet.MKhAllth.
ICE (ttMPiXIEB.
I.iu'isiunt Icb Co.,?>fflce,Ufl4 Pa. a*., near Uth
ICE CBEAI HAimiTOUES.
H4IV1T A Hni.itj, 8. I. corner 11th at. A r?. ??
IKK FACTOBIES.
ixrt cas I.xe Co., offlce,512 tffc *t , bet. I *nd F.
IXHTIl'XUT MAKERS.
0 Fischvr. Sutg Inatraments a Trusses, 414 7th at,
IB81BAHCE OFFICES.
Nat'nl Capitol Life Is*. Co.,co*. 7tfcand Data.
Bational Usios nai Ins.Co .ML* ?*.,ne*r?th
D. F. HtJtL'.M 4 Co., 615 7th ?t., <*PP- P.O. Dept.
3tm' te A Joses. Life A Fire, 14HT it. M*r 16th
B. A. SmttB. A sent Phoeni* L. IM. Co., 4007th St.
J C Lewi*. R--<m 9. Mat Building, 7tb and ? at*
?IociTABl.it L:rw." Frar,ia H ever, 603-805 7th at.
QckVAt'A Fin* Is* Co., C.L. Schmidt,i| t,Sth at
JEWELRY NTOBtX
S G<'LT?teis AC?.. Watches, Jewelry. 819 Pa. av#.
W.D Qlkss. UBS F st..Wash'n,A110 Bridge at. Geo'n
JISTICKS OF THE PEACE.
Chab. Walter, 3*2 D atreet,opposite City Hall.
B.C. W?AVKB.<alsocouveyancing,J909 7tn street.
LEATHER, SHOE FIJIDIMG8, Oft
W 8. J ene?. 716 7tn ?treet, between G Md H.
John C. 8hafer,714 D street, between 7th and1 8th.
J??? H Ham.hs.322 Mh at .bet. Pa. a*, anl D jt.
j F. Lipphard. npper mAnafact'r, cor.7ihAB. S.W,
LIME, CLVEKT, Ae.
Jobs V. King. *31 Maaa. at en ae, bet. Sth and 7th.
Lith ou rap hero.
Joaaru f. Gf.dnsy,466 Pa. ave.,bet.4Xand6tha;a
LIVERY STABLES.
Brye* A Co , Willard a Hotel Stable*, Uth A Data.
Al.Liaos Nailor. Jr., 1330 to 1338 B street.
Wa*h:sgtos Nailor. 13* B street.
LOAN OFFICES.
Cbarle* Herzber?,826 Louisiana. at. and 621 0
8. Gold?tris A Co.,814 C street, near 7th.
LOOKING GLASSES.
Frasct? Lamb, 1M Pa. avenua .near 13th atraat.
LIBBER TABUS. *
W*. McLras, corner 13th street and ctftal.
MACHINISTS.
Jobs McClei.land Louisiana ava. and 10th atraet.
MARBLE WORKS.
Wiyel A Wiuaos,lC? 7th at.,bet. H.T aT and Lat.
Qibsos A T*rMRY, Pa av., bet. 13d A 14th ata.
market stores.
Arlisgtos Mareet. L. A Walker. 1410 I street.
MRTRoroLiTAS M ARRET 8tobr,N. B.cor.H and Sth.
Hyatt's Natiosal Market,414Uth st.near Pa.av.
Hamiltos A Pea r*o?, Slate, Marble, Ae-.ecr.9AD.
A B Shsphf.kb A Co., Mantels, Ac ,910 Penn.ava.
Tccker A Bhermas, 833 Louisiana avenua.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
Divlis A Co..i M.T. >1113 Pa. aT.,b?t.llthAmh ata.
MILLIBERT, ?e. _
Mm C. B. Gillett. <14 9th at., opp. Patent Office.
0 W. Thors. (wholesale only '314 Sth at-; near a*.
MODEL MAKERS, Aft
C Opfermas. 625 7th street, opp. Patent Offlca.
N. A Ltos, 513 7th atreet, oppoaite Post Offlce. ,
J?>?. Pacdler. (als.-> Bronzing and Gilding,) 1009 B.
MUSIC STORES.
Lcoa?'?. 1148 7th street, near M street.
NOTARIES. .
A G. 11 alet.819 Pa. aT., Law.Titles ConToyancing
OPTICIANS.
Frasel:s A Co.,lM7Pa. av , bet Uth aud 13thata.
H H Hemfler, 463 Penn. ave., corner 4>? street.
OYSTER SALOONS.
Harvey A Hhldrs.1016 Penn. ava..oorner 11th at.
The OTaTXR Bat. (6. W. Driver,) 1?8-18 Penn. a*.
PAINTERS.
Charles Armor, 3189th st., near Penna. avenue.
C.T. Bowes, 8S5 Louiaiana ave.. bet. 8th A 7th ata.
Cassos A Angel. 821 La a*, a. side, bet. Oh A 7th
Gk>i?r B K:re,462 Penn. ave,bet. 43t andjth sta
J M. Tomfeiss,corner H and Sth streets N. W.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, Oft
Geo. Btseal, Jr., 3177th at_,bet Pa av^andDst.
Luther Martis,6u9C st ,bt.? A7,rear Met.Hotel.
Frascis Miller.W7 9th street,near Penn.a?aune.
J. Harrt Stlte?ter. 11127thstreet, near M.
PAPER HANGERS.
DoreLA* Moore. 309 9th street, near Penn. avenue.
Geo. Willsbr, 429 9th street,between D and B.
Frascis Willsrr, 1918 Pa. av., bet. 19th anJ JOth.
Chas. A. Bravsr. 1113 N.
W H 8pEL?Hor*E4 alao.PictnreFramea,) 10317th at.
PATENT AGENTS.
?uss ACo.,iH. T. 8d. Am ,)S. ?. cor. FA 7th
Bsight Brothers.833 F att*et, near 7th atreet.
W x C Wood. N. B. corner f and 7th streeta.
Johs J? Hal-trd.8157th st .epp. P. O. Department.
Well* W. Lrgbett, 805 7th at., opp Fa-ent Office.
Geo. W Bothwkll. Boom 18K F?fl B'ock,corner
7th A Fsta..n?ar Pat.trtBce ?yrSend for circular
PATENT MEDICINES.
Ca^sojT* Lives Tosic, th? gremt y jfjrpsiB K+m
edy. Fi r sale. 3U6H 7th St.,by \* m. M Cannon,
laannfarturer and proprietor. Bach battle baa a
red lalxd. If B?y nont ?tktr.
PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERIES,
M B Bb AtiT, 627 Pennsylvania av., near 7th street.
J. O. J.'HSCOS, Pa av.,bt. 8 A 9; also. PhoUj. stock
B. J. PrLLMAS,(copyingaapeclalty,)981 4 F at.
PI ANOK . _ _ w .
f.C Brichbsbach, 413Uth,ab.Pa aT.^ct.Knabe a
PKTI REA PORTRAIT FRAMES.
FbAsna Lamb. 1XX Pa. avenue, pear 13th ?treet.
I. B Trfmblt.(jobbing aapecialty,) 3117th atreet.
FLAMING HILLS.
W. 8. C. Beiimas, 1JK street and canal
Boi"se. a hitc<?mb a Co.. ror. 13th st. and Canal.
Daniel Smith, Phoenix Mills. U1B Ohk> avetiue,
Manufacturer of Mouldinga. Brackets, Newels,
Balnaters. Ac., and dealer ia Saah.DoorsA Blinds.
Johs F. B .sg.631 Masa. ave.,b?t. 8th and 7th ata
Q:ll A Labcombe, plain and ornamental,408 Sth at.
PLVMBEBS AND GAS FITTERS.
A. B. Shephkbd A Co.,910 Pa.av.,bet.9th A 10th ata
Bamsltos A PEARaos.cor Jth A D ata .T.M.C.A B.
Geo W . Goodall. 8. W. corner Pa. av. and 10th at.
Jame* F. Briks, tx>9 La. avenue, near Sth atreet.
Hrsrt K. CaciT,737 7th street,bet G and H.
Albert R. BidgwaY,9S9 Dstreet.bet. 9thand 10th.
Jami? OH ABAS. 1917 Pa.av..bct. 19th and?th su
Wx Botbwrll, 1U Pa. avenue. Capitol Hill.
Jam Bagas (also Metallic Boofer,)8031dBt.<oar.F.
PRINTING OFFICES.
G'b.???s Brothrf*, 1011 Pa.ave..bet 10th A 11th ata.
Joaeph L. Prar?os. oorner 9th and D atreeta.
Powell. Gisce A Co.. 630-2. F atreet, near 7tB.
PBODFCE ABD PBOYISIONR
Smith.Pott*A I sderhill, 8 B. corner9tn A Data.
B.B.Tome*.81810th st. B . W.,op Medical Museum.
?1*1- ESTATE AGENTS. Aft
Ai'TRor A Dvdlxy, cor. La. avenue and 7th street.
B. M. Hall, corner 7th and Fsta.,opa. Poet Offlca.
K ilbocrs A Latta, corner Uth tnd G atreeta.
HERlBfi A Josa-,1425 F atreet, near Uth.
M M Eohrer. 8U 7th st., ops. P. O. Department.
W m H. Clagett.819 Market Baaea.
Solomon J. Fag i k. 701 B at. ,bt 7AS.op Post Otlca.
Charlr* Thomf?os A Co ,09 H atreet.corner 7th.
Moore A Partis, 808 15th at., opp. Treasucy Dept
B. B. WtLso!*. 611 7th street, opposite F. O.Depi.
C. 8torr?, 1414 F straet, near Treasury Department
W T. Johssos,(Anct'r,)cor. Pa. av ASdat.east.
Kesskot A 8o?,Uta street. near Blrfga' Bank.
Phil H Welch A Co.,905 Fat.. Masonic Temple.
Johs Scott'?Disisg8aloos^mealaKc.)938 La.av.
Ht*os Bouse. Henry Hyaoa,411 pen. aet. D and B.
SASH, BOOBS AMD BLINDS.
Ferry C0LEMAS.XB7th at., oa. Center Markat.
TtrcEFR A 8hebmam <33 Louisiana avenue.
SCHOOLS AMD COLLEGES.
W a*hi Naton BcaiSEM Colleoe. cor. 7th and Lata.
SEWIBG MACHINES.
Wheeler A Wilaos's,Steer A Son,acta.,481 Pa av.
They are simple, silent, perfect.
Singer'*. Lewis Baar.agt., X. M. C. A. B.,9th A D
Thoma* B^eron, (repalrlrg a specialty,) 511 Sh at
Blia* Howe's Improvrd, J. Rarr.agt.Ot Pa. av.
Weed Sewing Machine Company, 409 9th street.
The Family Favorite. 8/"Bi?minc it.
Thr "B*y?tonr," A G Stone A Co., Ag*U, 911 F
at ,oop. Masouic Temple. Theatrongeat and light
est. the best and m<>?t tverfert. Be sure and aee it.
SHIBT FACTOBIES.
DevlimA Co.,(B.TJ1113 Pa. av.,bat.llthAUthsta.
Mrs L. A. McLkas. 818 F St., bet. 8 A 9. up stairs.
Mas B A. 8M!yh. ar tta at ; also, ladles underwear
SILVER PLATERS.
Bdward Stolfr. 809 7th atreet, op. Psat Offlce.
Burt. A. Whitehasd, 8M D at., between 8th A 9th.
SOAP AND CANDLE FACTOBIES.
Bates A Hrothrr, 8l? 11 U at., hat. 8th and 7th.
Mms. O H Matrer,817 7th at.. a*?. Patent Offlea.
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Jm. ftK.ortt o. F. Hail.
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WOOD AND WILLOW WAMB.
eio.P GorviBicBaaka%)WMPaA?.U>atJMAAllth.
as
BtTtA S.,? bat. ? A l;alap, Oootfaal vaoieaaJa!
Washington News and Gossip,
Ivtxrval Bivmp*?The rectiptt from this
?ource to-day were $325,0.-0 :r.
Tub Pbesipewt visited Mr. Oatlin* Indian
collection in the Smithsonian Institution this
m >rni?g.
Se.ator Bbownlow was sufficiently re
covered from his recent illness to take part In
the procetsion on Decoration Day in Knoxville.
Tenn.
Thb jia.b or Representative Walden, of
Iowa, appeared in a paragraph in this column
yesterday as among the republicans who voted
ajainst the kuklnx bill. This wa? a mistake.
Mr. Waldensupported and voted for the bill.
It woi'LD at teas that Congress ha? got
itself into such an inextricable dead lock by
the Senate tacking the enforcement act to the
appropriation bill that it will be requisite either
to extend the sessien beyond Monday or call an
extra session. Those who favor the passage of
the enforcement bill tavor an extra session, as
then the hill can be reached by less than a two
thirds vote, as is requisite during the present
session.
S?*atob Sr*HBR called upon Senator Wil
son yesterday and heartily congratulate 1 him
upon the high distinction and honor conferred
V tbe r?Pnb,'can party of the countrv.
Senator Sumner remarked that his call was from
Jvn? Personal regard and friendship, and not
T Political nature whatever. He felt
greatly pleased to know that his colleague had
been chosen for the second place in the naUon.
Jrix?? Sbttlk, permanent chairman of the
republican national convention, will be at the
i-bbitt House, in this city, at noon on Monday
next, for the purpose of meeting the vice presi
dents of the convention from the several states
f "d. ^e"'tories- The object of this meeting is to
, Wnf ,rarJ' arrangements to execute the
order of the convention directing its president
ali'l ?2Ce?r>rm.<1ents to 'n.form General Grant
and Senator Wilson of their nominations, m
D.TAIL FOR THB BOCJfDART SCRV.V?
Captains Francis N. Farquhar and William J.
Twimng, corps of engineers; First Lieutenants
.James F. Gregory and John H. Weeden, or the
VrGrepnD|thtrtni8eC?nd^LieuteDant Francis
Car? K ? i !ery,? nn'' secon?1 Lieutenant
carl F. Paltrey. 1st artillery, have been detailed
nr ?y?,? k^D joi,"t commission for the sur
vey 01 the boundary line along the49th parallel
MwchVaf*Ct 01 Con*rc*9' ^proved
Cai.lkdow THK Presipbnt.?The Tennessee,
Florida, Texas, and West Virginia delegitions
to the Philadelphia convention, called on the
nirafH?leilt this ??rnin8 ^ extend their congrat
" fl-i? on his renomination. No formal
speech making was indulged in, each dele?at<?
introduced, and congratulating the Presi
dent as he was presented. Senator Flanagan
sa srssssi
SWfU"-4SVf by-'iSi
rcc^ntlv*^ i^8 if?? tb? pr'uters' convention
Senafn? m . 1*!cl"Bon<l. and sti'l later saw
?' SAwytr'an'1 Hill, tbe
2 ? ilv. State, the Postmaster General th*
andC^M> Teh!l^MdHK^re9e,,UtlveR Vailf?h^n
Jfpil li The board ot health or the District
or Columbia called during the day to canmtn
late him on his renomination 7 can?ratu
Tn. sr.DRv civil atpkofriatio. bili,
with the Senate amendments, was received in
the House at noon to-day with a resolution that
the Senate insists upon its amendments, a. d
?li^ ^ committee ot conference. Mr Gar
rwm "Rf'1? the motion that the bill betaken
committed1* M 8 t4b,e *ni1 referred to the
oSd ihis ^PI^atl0D! The democrats
s tSu'by s
bm'JSfoi' 7," "Wtctloiiablo to thtm. A? tbe
ssssft.'s *'?xa:
Speaker'* t?iufk I bl11 remained on the
?l catter s table the democrats had the nowor tn
tIeTS?,Vt? P***(fe? and this rhey announced to
he their intention unless the objec ionahl^
ZFZ'ST ?*' take" ott- as ">e responsibility
irJP on re,ited with the Senate The
an^Tnat^ina(Je Proposition to let the bill
ment act ?xcept the entorce
act, go to the committee to be rerx>rt??<!
lfh ti>18 obnoxious amendment. The matter
was madettf fuXr7l^uIi"n and?he?biUCto^k
ST1bin " the Hghtmr7efei?
Mr llici^th ?h? w,9hee of the majority.
as? s?r??
Son r"uiLbeenre<,Ue8t ^a" the^ re^'/n!?
ffi MrR^2^em.eVt amendment U^?
PSiS ::c;. a"votHr
SHEi?-iJS?fiaaBas
it^e1 bi A ?^^rop^7tl?o^-a971 y^VoTiSyEl
?hi /3^i-?5. t^o-thlrds, and the Hou?e resumed
tbe consideration of the bill to enable th? vui
nc8la?n5>.ldien'10 ?bUIn hu?esteads on the pu^
.
menVu^o^Net V"***
mittee or the eight-hour' lJaguS or New VWk'
gus&jr #a-?
UonCy s^r l *.bitU5r
^??SSSSHS i
f machine workmen tormed a nro
yesterday. The amalgamatS
ssrsUfia.rsst v
meetina mtn i coach-makers held a
tnre prode^fng*.y n>ornin? Uj plan, for ta
T aremoviing to
Sffi*s ?srsa'EsA aRs
The Deputy
3eok Oencern, I. Nassau street ?- ,
Jfrest panted by Judge John J. frwi,, !?
t'e wperiercourt,in which Samuel flonii?ii?ii\if
has beg,n aa acthm against^TdoSSibM^
and slander. Tbe Wfl la Iuh k?
f AAthen _?? ???y K $50,000. Dp*
bail him, op th# groind Uat biaid Um? kah
m?m aeldler has ? vacua tod French frrttarr^
???? SSZS2 J!Lea?:
?5~; 'wTi 5sSirt5 ssui; ivi
eongeetie. of the brain, aged 3J. n?
had bee. in the TrUum odee since 1M?.
TELEGRAMS TO THE STAR.
?
This Afternoon's Dispatches,
?Associated Press Reports.
To^lay.
TUB "CONSEQUENTIAL" NBOOTIATIONS.
London, June 8?The Daily Telegrap>? thH
morning says it ha* reason to believe tho nego
tiations with the United States government
relative to a definite settlement of the conse
quential damages controversy are progressing
satisfactorily.
THRU TO ONU AOAINST TH1 AMERICANS.
London, June 8? Interest in the race between
the Atlanta and the London crews, which is
appointed to take place next Monday afternoon,
increases daily. Betting is now three to one
against the American crew.
?
Ee<!Cloud wants Hehooliaad Chnrches
Nkw York, June 8?Ked Cloud, in his siHjeoh
';UjL night at Cooper Institute, said he w uited
tlWTJreat Father at Washington to protect him
in liis own country, so he could build school
houses and churches, and bring up his children
as the whites do theirs. He had come here to
get encouragement to work, and would raturn
to his own country and imitate the best qual
ities of the whites. There were men enough in
the west to take care of themselves, and he
wished the Great Father would take the military
forces away and leave the Indians alone.
Affairs In *Frfsro.
THE CASK OF MRS. FAIR.
Saw Francisco, June 7 Judge Dwindle to
day overruled the motion of Mrs. Fair's counsel
for a change of venue and ordered a veiuse of
two hundred jurors for the trial of the case on
the 24th instant.
T11B OLD LINK DEMOCRATS
of this city who are dissatisfied with the en
dorsement of the Cincinnati platform hy the
county committee threaten to bolt and send
delegates to the state convention in favor of the
nomination of a straight-ont democratic ticket
at Baltimore.
New York Hews.
THE STRIKERS.
There have been meetings of the various trades
this morning, nearly all indicating that there
will be a large turn out Monday. The gas men
struck this noon.
LARGE DETACH VENTS OF POLICE
are stationed at the different gas works to pre
vent disturbances, if any occur. The workmen
purpose striking for eight hours, and it la feared
the city will be in darkness to-night.
REV. DR. LAN An AN
furnished ?5,000 bail to*day to answer to the
suit of Goodenough.
?
Dr. Huston "Mot entity."
Baltimore, June 8.?The clerical committee
bv which the charges against Rev. I)r. L. I).
Huston, of the M. E. Church South, have been
investigated, after a session of deliberation
through the entire night, at five o'clock this
morning declared him not guilty of the charges.
Rev. Dr. S. S. Roszelle, of Washington city,
acted as counsel for Dr. Huston. The committee
is said to have stood three to two. The investi
gation has consumed a little over two weeks.
o
The Murder of Capl. Colvoeoresses.
*80,000 IN BONDS STOLEN FROM HIS BODY.
New York, June 8?It has now been ascer
tained that Capt. Colvoeoresses had with him
at the time of his mnrder at Bridgeport *80,000
in bonds, which were stolen by the murderers.
There is no certain clue yet to the murderers.
A reward of *10,000 has been ofi'ered for the
stolen securities.
o
Arrests and Threats or Lynching.
Philadelphia, June 8 A dispatch irom
New Castle, Del., reports that William Dennis,
the negro who outraged Miss Mary Thompson,
March 26th, and escaped, was captured at Ches
ter last night and lodged in jail this morning.
He confessed the deed. Threats of lynching
were made by the people.
?
Preferred Europe to Atate Prison.
New York, June 8?Commissioner Bum
sted,ot Jersey City,who was convicted last week
of conspiracy to defraud the city, has, it is said,
taken passage to Europe on the steamer which
sails this morning. He is under *5,000 bail, and
is liable to two and a half years' imprisoument.
Kionx on the War Path.
Siorx City, Iowa, June s A s{?eci>tl corre
spondent now at Fort Bul'ord, Dakot?. writes
under date or June 1st, that the Sioux Indians
are on the war path. There is now a ramp of
365 lodges rendezvoused near the fort.
? ?
keal estate in the dintkict.
The Assessment for 1572.
The following statement shows the valu
ation of real property in each of the legis
lative districts of the District ot Columbia,
while the recapitulation shows the totals
in the cities of Washington and Georgetown
and the county, under the assessment just con"
eluded, and as corrected by the board of ap
peals. The statements will be of Interest In
connection with the necessary legislation on the
tax bilL There Is also a summary of the assess
ment of 1871, which compared with that of 1K72,
shows the increased valuation under the pres
ent assessment to be *10,711,332 in Washington,
*254,221 in Georgetown, and *149.012 in the
county. Total increase in the District of Co
lumbia, *11,115,165. It must be remembered,
however, that the assessment of 1871 includes
about *4,000,000 of property exempt from tax
ation. Col. H. A. Hall, superintendent of as
sessments, and his capable corps of assistants
seem to have performed their duties 1m a very
prompt, intelligent and satisfactory manner.
Statement Showing Ike Valuation of R'al Property
in tk' District of Columbia, at returned by the
Assessors of the Several Districts, and corrected
by tKe Board of Appeals:
? . A*.'d Vb,u? Aj,8'd Total As
Dist. ot Ground. of Imp'ts. sessmentx.
' *2,408,664 *476,940 *2,88/5,604
2 2,520,553 1,213,455 3,7tH,008
3- 1,078,994 1,598,05? 2,677,044
1 1,582,427 1,919,117 3.501,544
5 1,393,647 1,176,790 2,570,437
6 3,527,251 3,096,280 6,623,531
^ 2,604,620 1,159,395 3,761,015
2 2,197,732 1,105,350 3,303,082
J* 3,468,090 2,845,050 6,313,140
1 0 3,018,656 2,087,400 5,106,056
1 1 697,190 737,900 1,435,090
1? 5,4(5,111 3,092,250 8,567,361
1 3 3,032,808 2,553,100 5,585,908
1 4 2,487.224 1,359,400 3,*46,624
1 5 2.910,714 2,844,950 5,755.664
1 6 3,027,509 2,122,525 5,150,034
1 7 1,190,637 1,090,460 2,281,097
1 8 781,008 540,300 1,321,308
1 9 1,891,811 1,082,925 2,974,736
2 0 2,199,472 2,472,835 4,672,307
2 1 1,277,677 797,920 2,075,597
2 2 H32.H96 "953,780 1,786,676
*49,CO! .691 *36,356,172 *a5,9ao,*3
Recapitulation.
City of Washington:
Ground *42,121,053
Improvements 31,118,610
*73,132,663
Georgetown:
Ground..
*2.661,421
Improvements 3,517,167
County:
Ground *4,929,217
Improvements 1,720,396
6,178,5*8
6,649,612
?85,960,863
This S the only instance is many years that
the legislative and executive offices of oar gov
ernment have been furnished with the amount
of property assessed In advance of the establish
ment ot the rate of taxation. The law makers
ean now preoeed with their work intelligently.
It is certainly a wise provision of law the
assessment should be completed flu- enough in
advance of the collection of taxes to enahletheee
annual statements to bo published previous
to legislative action on the subject. The super
intendent, wo understand, reoomsMadi a modi
fication of the tax on personal property so fbr as
It requires the amount of income to be stated in
advance of its receipt. This modification is
recommended in the nnmsin of the Governor,
and will no doubt receive the approval of the
legislature. The board of appeals have been in
i tike Uth of Mareh, during which
since the 111* of Man*, during which
18,84* appsols have boon actod upon.
is as fallows: (It lncladMthsuemptloss, which
assount to about four millions.)
TALUS OF UAL MTATU IS DISTUtOTCOLUMBIA
DSCXMBBR 1ST, 1871.
Washington?43 round *34.639,861
Ui|'0TUNI(|l9ttHttt, 27,781,470
Georgetown?Ground and Imp's J85I924JJ67
County (est'd)?Ground and Imp's.... <,900,000
TO**1
FOBT Y-SECOND CONGRESS.
ah mcki mum ?( th? mm
SENATE?After oar report closed yesterday
A message was received from the President
returning, with his objections, the bill for the
relief of Thomas B. Wallace, which was read
ami referred to the committee on claims. [This
bill was of the same character as that lor relief
of l)r. Milton Best?property destroyed during
the war?and was vetoed for the same reasons ]
THE CUHDRY CIVIL An iOPRTATIOR BILL
having been proceeded ?ith to the end, the
question then recurred on tLe motion to strike
out the clause appropriating *68,3?>5 to pay tho
board of public works of the District of Colum
bia, the government proportion of the cost ot
tilling the canal from Tth to 17th street west,
which was lost?ayes 17, nces 27.
Mr. Cole then moved that the proportion paid
by the United States shall not exceed one third,
(zcept when passing through the public groan Is,
adopted.
Mr. Edmunds moved that the land, when
filled up, shall be tho property of the United
States; adopted.
The amendment repor'ed by the oomurttee
prohibiting all railroad* on the 1 and K street
fronts of Farragut, Scott, and Franklins juares,
and that no further stre< t railroads shall be laid
down in Washington wkhout consent of Con
gress, was agreed to.
Mr. Cole moved to amend bv providing iter
extending the signal service regulations to take
observations for the benefit ot commerce and
agriculture; adopted.
Mr. Morrill (Vt.) offered the following, which
were adopted: For repairs to City Hall,
(Washington.) $2,600. For improving ventila
tion of Senate chamber, *12,000. Appropriating
saio.noo for the east wing ot the State, War and
Navy departments.
Mr. Morrill (Vt.) moved an amendment au
thorizing the use ot unexpended balances for
public buildings at any time during the year
succeeding that for which the appropriation was
made. Pending discussion on the amendment
the Senate went into executive session, and then
took a recess to 7:30 p. m.
At the evening session, Mr. Wilwn. from the
military committee, reported the House bill
relative to retired officers of the armv, and re
pealing the 32d section of the act of July 29,
ISM. Passed.
THB CUHDRY CIVIL APPROPR!ATIOJT BILL
was taken up, the question being upon the
adoption of the amendment offered by Mr
Morrill (Vt.)to repeal so much of the act of
July 3, 1S70, as prohibits the use of unexpended
balances of appropriations for public buildings
beyond the year for which they were appropri
ated. Mr. Morrill submitted a modification re
moving the restriction from all the public build
ings now in course of construction so far as re*
lates to the present unexpended balances. The
modified amendment was agreed t*.
Mr. Morrill (Me.) offered an amendment ap
propriating an additional sum of S3,COO for the
decoration or the Capitol with works of art;
agreed to.
THB BWPORCBMBNT AC T.
Mr. Kellogg offered as an amendment sub
stantially the supplemental enforcement act
already passed the Senate this session, removing
the restriction of the provisions of the original
enforcement act to places having 20,000 popula
tion and upwards, and extending them to all
voting precincts.
Mr. Caeserly raised the point of order that
this amendment was not in order, under the
rule that no amendment to an appropriation
bill shall be received making legislative pro
visions other than such as directly relate to an
appropriation contained in the bill.
The chair (Mr. Anthony) overruled the point
of order.
Mr. Thurman appealed from the decision of
the chair, and said that if an amendment like
this, extending the provisions of the enforce
ment act all oyer the country could be enter
tained on this bill, then the rule meant nothing
at all. *
Mr. Casserly sa d the reception of this amend
ment was a gross violation of both the spirit and
the letter of the rule.
Mr. Trumbull read the rule, and said nothing
could be clearer than that, under it, the amend
ment iras out of order.
Mr. Conkling argued that it was in order.
The vote was taken on the appeal, and the
decision of the chair was sustained?yeas 28,
nays 22.
Violent speeches were then made by Messrs.
Thurman, Casserly, and Saulsbury, charging
the majority with bad faith in allowing the bill
to be presented as an amendment. Several
motions to adjourn were made and lost.
MR. HAMILTON iVAlFD AND SHOCKED.
Mr. Hamilton, of Maryland, asked, was this
measure to be passed because it was deemed
necessary to secure the re-election of Presiden*
Grant? The people did not want any such
measure as this; they did not want federal offi ?
cials to be spying over them; they can conduct
their elections properly without the interven
tion of the federal government. It Is agaiust
all principles of right. Mr. H. then reviewed
the circumstances under which the rule exclud
ing new legislation and amendments not ger
mane was adopted, and argued that it was be
yond controversy that the amendment ought
not to be received. When this amendment was
first offered, he thought It was a joke; when he
discovered otherwise, he was amazed; and when
the Senator then In the chair (Mr. Anthony)
decided that it was in order, he was shocked.
He then maintained that the steamboat bill
could, under the ruling of the chair, be admit
ted also as an amendment. But no beheet of
party would Induce him to violate the sanctity
of an honorable obligation. He then expressed
the opinion that the administration party did not
want an extra session) It would be ratal to them
to have it. For the more tvrannical acts they
passed. the more oppression they were guilty
of, the better it was for the democratic party.
At this point?3.10 a. m?Mr. Stockton asked
Mr. Hamilton to yteld fora motion to adjourn.
Mr. Edmunds said if Mr. Hamilton Melded,
he should insist that he give up the floor.
Mr. Stevenson asked for a ruling trom the
chair on this point. He would like to know, a*
the Senator from Vermont had threatened Sen
ators several times in tuis manner, whether the
floor could be taken from a Senator who yielded
tor a motion to adjourn.
Mr. Trumbull said he had
BBVBR HEARD OP SCCH A THIKO
in any legislative body. He had been in the
Senate for some time, and he had never heard
that a Senator could not yield the floor for a
motion to adjourn without losing it. Unless,
indeed, violence was to be the rule, unles* all
the traditions of the Senate were to be ignored,
unless all rules were to be overruled, such a
proposition was never before beard. What has
It come to ? Has the Senator from Vermont
set himself up to override all rules ? I hope he
will not attempt to impose upon the Senate such
an assumption.
Mr. Edmunds said he wished to know whether,
under the fourth rule, this habit of yielding the
floor and then resuming it was correct ? Within
the last two month? the Vice President had de
cided several times that when a Senator yielded
the floor for any motion, he yielded it abso
lutely.
Mr. Trumbull?I never beard of such a thing.
The motion of Mr. Stockton to adjourn was
put and lost. *
Mr. Hamilton resumed, and said
MR. SCMBBR WAS MOW OK THB ALEUT,
ready to move his civil rights bill. He had never
known that Senator to be here at this hour of
the night or morning before, [laughter,] and
that showed he meant business. [Laughter 1
He (Mr. H.) was in favor of the colored people;
he bad lived among them all his life; he was for
consultation with them upon business and
politics; but as for the bill of the Senator, that
was another thing. His state (Maryland) was
pre-eminent In giving their rights to the colored
mle; they had 40,000 of them voters In Mary
, and they all voted the republican ticket.
Mr. Conkling.?Of course.
Mr. Hamilton?Of course, when you see a
colored voter approaching the polls, you know
he carries a dangerous ballot In his hands.
[ Laughter.] It takes forty thousand white men
to neutralize them. But we hare got them,and
enough to carry the state, too, and we shall
carry it for
TB> OBOICB OF TBI BALTIMORE COWVRMTXOV.
whoever it is. '
Mr. 8 tew art?I tho Tight you had a nominee
now.
M*? Hamilton.?No; but we will have om in
asyg.-vis,? isns"&
electorsJ votes, and we will get the state of New
SE'b&ite:jg,sr
o?i SS-JpS
upon whom they resolved to suppeet?Greeley
or Woodhull. Both were running.^ Laughter.]
WMO IS MRS. WOODBULLr
Mr. Hamilton?Who is Mrs. Woodhull? Ton
have got a plank la year platform for her. It
proposes great respect for women, hat I would
like to hear what she thinks of It
Mr. Oenkling?Don't the democrats respect
lifll?T
Mr. Hamilton?Yes, individually; bat they
will aot think ft necessary to put a plank In
their platform on the subject Mr. h7 then
32?* topoliticalqmtP
tions, andI said thebaaner ot the republican
P**ty ja the ensuing campaign would be in
scribed with egotism, despotism, aad aepettsa.
* r. Steveasoa altaded to the offering of an
am. i.dment to the naval appropriation bdl, tu
S~ItV engineers. Thia had been
ni .1 out of order by the occupant of the chair
n^ht ?L iBV' * Tery K*Iue Senator who to
??ch mor? ob
rule, to be in Order, and the 8<*na
r f om \ ermont i Edmunds) was very strenu
That
relateddirectly to the subject matter ot the
bill, yet it was ruled oat, and now an am. r?.i
me, Us admitted, which uUr CS
woe Ida; that tine hare been booted at lie
wanted the country to see this prweeedm* "iniu
prcper light. This was an attVm^ul'co^
the House either to let the appropriation bill
fail, or accept this measure. It wa-> a violation
of parliamentary courtesy, and set at naught
tlie intent of the eonstitution to preserve the m
depet' tenwof each House. The minority in
this bod., i feeble though thev were wo' lit k?
recreant to their duty if thev'did not oppose th?
moveir.ent by every means in their power.
M ? , vrwrion* or ordib.
thSth-rjafis^fi? ^ ?1,0 more !,kc
red wL' *?*<! alluded Can
siatoZtT blue, and he had not been in- .n
yeiitli, bisection In the least. But suppose 'he
h?n? . ?e "me- The Senate on this very
pot In one amendment regulating toll*
m^t rUl wiv/^nf ?Pr?I',Un? ,h4t ?
''"hall be built in Washington
without ihe consent of Congress. Both ot them
amendments were in the nature of legislation Me
had madi the point again,t them Aut heh"?
^ a"lno flection had come from
the othir side. The thing was iust thi? the
senators on the other s.dJ saw no harm ii SS
mittmg amendments which were agreeable to
H&"tW &?nVr,T 0ft7ed that theTXd n^
pieces? '* * WM g01n* 60 141,1 10
hin demanded th? reading of the
bill, stating that he was not aware ot what he
Was to vot* "I"00! as the bill had been
amended to a considerable extent.
??? k,r (.5lr- Anthony> decided that Mr
bUL C?U 001 CaU fOT the re*ain* of the
tlifrhI^wU" from the decision or
J{*?***/? ?? lariated that Mr. Stockton had
If!w ^ demand the readingot the bill. He
hoped that after all the extraordinary prooeed
Sf1}.WU not ?"to l!eS
i bfll eS^h!2 ?? n?t caU tor the reading of
LHV,??"*^'ch he *" to vote. Such a decision
as Xhit* while made to accomplish a present r?u?
for* waft^ ?coepted DOt "*Tfor to-night but
^J|f i>hair said that undoubtedly a Senator
? hill when ou iu
Pff^Ct although it was not customary to have
a bill read through on the third reading. This
?*** D(^W ?? lts *?cond reading, and could
tbe Senate^ ** *XCept by of
UhJESZA."*' C?nklh"'?"?- ?
~^TJ5ille?L!ald th< exl*n?? entailed uimn the
A? W? ? M?1* WOuId ** *??????*?
Ai5J0 a. m. Mr. Hill 8u*?eated that a rcre<*
be taken until 10 o'clock.
Mr. Anthony asked ir some agreement could
not be ?nade, by which a vote could be taken at
a certain time. It was the manifest purpose of
the majority to pass the bill, and this question
had been debated for a fortnight.
Mr. Sherman said there was nothing now but
lor the Senate to remain until this matter wa?
sL'J^STk AP*T the minority had kept the
auaeMon mKht on * mere subordinate
HB WOCLD BI TOR* IN PItC?*EAL
Detore he would surrender to them. The idea
of a minority keeping a majority from passing
laws was monstrous. He repeated that he haS
never seen such a fuss over sotrivial a matte?
Mr Stockton said it was the mljoriutha,
l1^ mlnPrlty her? ?u night by viu
Uttng tteir own rule and solemn obligation.
Mr. Conkling said the majority in thin cham
were resrKjnsible tor the legislation which
aas enacted, and the people well undereu!^
THE TACTICS Of TBI MfWORITT
aSStS-? 2* J?i?ht had been, not to influence
me Senate not to influence the country, but the
constant dilatory motions made were tor no
other purpose than to waste the time. He would
neyer succumb to the minority while thev oon
hi'm^A hU(~i!l Ucti^J' f? lon<5 ** nature enabled
Dp' .But now'if the minority were
willing to come to any arrangement bv which
the vote could be taken, or bv which'the ex
Sen4lte be obtained, he wis
perfertly wllling to make the arrangement.
Mr. Cole said if action conld be had un the
pending amendment, he thought all other
amendments could be disposed of In not over
thirty minutes, and the bill could ttieii be dia
posed of, and there would be nothing in the way
ot the a<!journment on Monday.
?, ,1^ ^'aseer,y asked his colleague what guar
tbere was that as soon a> this amen daient
or*
TkT. "WL!'?C""
At C:55 a. m. the question was taken on th#>
TH* PCPPLRMEHTARY CIVIL RIOBT8 BILL
, AGAIN,
Mr. Sumner then sent up his snpplementarr
5Si'dK K" **? ? *'
c^V; r Sir ?;?
?? 1?>?1 on the taWe-ayes 3J. noes 7. '
KBLLOOO'8 AMKM>MKKT ADOPTED
The question then recurred on the amend
ment ot Mr. Kellogg, when it waTld^ted
OTHER AMENDMENTS
\ arious minor amendments ol apnronr ations
were then offered and adopted.
Mr. Cole ottered the following amcudment ?
n.e(i^!iry ,un,'tare and outfit for p<*t oMce
and sub-treasury building at Boston and for
preparing the approaches thereto, 850,000, to be
the existing appropriation. Adopted
_ *r. Cragin moved an amendment annronri
ating #5,0w,00lt for constroctton ot ten or mare
vessels of war; which was ruled out ofoMer
Kfo'/sffir1*""" "j
Buckingham moved an amendment ?n
thorizmgtne Secretary of the Treasury to *??!?
into negotiations with the citv ofTew YmVZ
purchMe a part or whole o^ the Battorv on
kmii ? a custom-house and other t.'u'blic
buildings; which was ruled.out of order.
to defr^e^lSn^
SSLJSSSSS- tt*
Mr. Edmunds said it was distinctly stated
over and over again that the United srtttl
would in no event be asked to contribute a ce?t
SSSSm ffldSLff1"",Le"
The amendment was rejerted.
IJ**r-*forw?od moved an appropriation for t.ub
out at AtlanU, Ga.; which was ruled
Passagb OP THR RILL.
The bill vat then passed-aye* 32, nays 10?
and, on motion of Mr. Cole, the Senate kked
tor a conference committee in advance of the
"?on ?f the House; and Messrs. Co^mu^ta
wd Stevenson were appointed as such oommit
6 * m.8*"* then' at ?* ?*?' foamed to
HOC8E OF REPRESENTATIVES.-Mr
Peck, (Ohio) from the committee of ooRfereaoe
or the bill in relation to the increase of pen
sions iRoertala cases of specific flisaoiiitv anK.
mittoda report which wiTa^o?^ 7' ^
JUL, ? bill for the re
FSFcilrZ ^ ***** fT
^?W?CTS SS?ULKS5
the rales Mspended, and the bill
Mr. Steveasea, (Ohio) o.
public lands, reported a hill requsstiag the
right of way to the tatm Nevada Railway
Company, whieh waspamed.
Mr. Towneead (Pa.), from the same eommit
tee, reported a Senate bill to eeeare bomartea<h
to aetaal settlers an the public domain.
TRR SUNDRY CIVIL APPBOPRIATION BILL ?
havlag come back (Tern the Senate
Mr. Garfield (OhieH^tMruptod, by_aaanl
tii! ?SSEl?i!?ZiZ??lxr~MU?
Mr. Broeka (N. T.) aad ether democratic
?"?oppoMd tbe refisreoce before the House
?? ?- S?*Ue wad.
Mr. Eldrldge (WtaJ.riatag to a parliamemar
C^SSLa*"*? bill coal
b*.?wecbed unless It wee referrod to the
m Speaker said that the bill, ae it eoatalned
appropriations, eirald be sent to tho oom
asia^eobjaettea. " ***
Mr. Eldndge asked if It eoald not be reported
aad pa?d by a majority vet*.
The Speaker said It aili^ ^
lag in relation to the aaseadaMnt of the fieaate
attaching the enfbroeasent bill to the appreprl
Mr. Eldreilge proposed that a new bill, em
hrac n| I
'be .sti>?
j the it*bp *f tht hill M It rsme ftom
Senate, wttbcat the objectionable nMM
f??, looting ih* itsy uasibtlity with tM
Immt- .
Mr Pinmrth (!l!.) Mid th* r*op.?a?Mlltf
there now, i?d It nrk i bill ??? r**rl) '*
8? Bate would 1 u on th* amendas**!. awd noth
ing wo* Id be gaiMd Tb* kwot Might as well
be cat first wine _
Mr Garfield prop->?ed tbat the obje;-Uo">*bi?
n.lment b? Wtt to be eoiwderod alter tb*
other* had been acted uj?on. bat the J#w?'?t?
objected, aa this OQtne left It subject to a Ma
jority vote.
Mr. Kerr (lad.) pro f oaf d tbat the bUI be <??
rtdered order the ordinary rik*. OMOOpt tM
objectionable amendment , wb ch nhouldt naia
aa ibe bill new stand*, object to the tao-^ilrdo
rule.
?>bjectkw to thl* arrangement* were ?? leoa
the rrpab!ieaa side.
Mr. B<ck, (Kt.) desired before taking ?ny
a t.on relative to the bi.l, to Nt>au to the
House tbe question a- to whether the S uata
cou'd put su.-h an intendment on an appr?|<na>
Uon bill, and otters! a resolution, bat ohjccUoa
wa* ni?'le.
Tbe liouae baring failed to riwto any nn-ter
stainling ard (alien into considerable cont i*ion,
the regular older wa* dcmande< . ati<t 'he clerk
retained the reading ol the h >m??tea<t a?*t. which
was 0un>bed when the Huux refused to * i?pend
tbe rule* and pass it.
IH motion ol Mr. A veritl. ,W? .) the rule*
were * appended, and a bill toV*tre the right of
h< mcstead eatry to certain soldiers aa-l?*tl*r?
ol the late war ot rebellion was pa*eed.
I'otltlfMl Reiea.
Grant's nomination *u received with entbj
rt?>m by the colored men at <1 ackson. V >*.
Governor Power*, of Mississippi, d<-aiao th/?
statt tnent that be will support Greelt y, *?<] aa. *
be will support Grant.
Tbe labor reform evocative committee o
Tennessee have agre?d upon a state ticket w 'i
<l?ihii C. Brown for Goseraor and Andrew >Joh i
eon for Congressman at large.
Col. J W Forney. In the Philadelphia Pre-*,
vesterday, gives hi? rati adhe?ion to Graat at i
Vilson.
Rah Rrvm Goli^hith Mats a* ?
Lcct?The race between Goldsmith Maid a > I
Lucy at Suffolk Park. Philadelphia, veeter l?y
afternoon, wan witnessed by thooson-Is of per
son. Rain fell during the taat two heat*. T
made by the Maid-Ii 22\, 2:22a, and 2:2' ,.
Jav Gould wan trotted out between tbe he*.*
and made 13 ^.
H twt Tnta Dovi.?Sevan ton* of obscene
book* are under aeicure in New York in oonnec
tioa with the arreet of seven person* fur selling
tbat kind o* literature. The court Is antiou* to
try the caaea promptly. in order that the obaoen*
trafh may be then destroyed. The quicker tba
better.
?yThere is an "Old Men'sClub" in Mtmout t,
the average age of wboae member* la (*>.
?^~KcIs la the water-pipes is what * the at'
ter with Troy, N. ?.
KPA Chicago woman committed oulcile
because she tboaght her *oul wai loat.
WTIt l* now feared that the Boston Jubilee
will be interrupted by a strike of the anvtl.
?PThe Marlpoaa man who loat his oar in a
fight, and afterward had it replaced wrong euj
np, 1* obliged to stand on bis head to hear
straight.
?7* Some youngster* were watching the pr fr
ee** of hatching chickens by steam, one aaid to
another, "Wonder if their mother know-- they'a
?at?"
?^"There Is said to be a remarkable i n;reasa
in tbe number of sufferers from paralyse In Baa
Francisco, which is attributed to mental anxiety,
caused by speculation or the desire to obtain
wealth rapidly.
SI,000,000! 8EOOKD
UIAID G 1 rT coiccir,
is Alt) or THE
rUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
AT LOC1SVILLE. KT.
By authority in the act of the l<agi*latar* incoepo
rating the PCBLIO LIHK \BY Uf KKMTOChT,
the Trwatee* will give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the great hall of the Pablic Library bniMiug. ia
L uisrille. Kf.. on
8ATCBDAY. MCI'TEH lilt 1^'?.
This manitcrnt hall.knowa a* Wntil^' r Hall, is
the large-t. aoet centrally lo<-ated, and beet ar
rayed for larae aad fashlnaalili aadieno? uf ei.y
In Loui*\ille, aud i* titled up ia superb style. Th*
builditig ha* a froat of Ifr feet on ?th ?tr?-??t, by a
depth of 3U0 feet, four aturie* la height and ea? re
ceetly purrhaet-<i for th<-Publi' Librart atacoet ??
fill jjuv. Thre^ large rooms are now fltt-d u > for a
library, and contain about S'AJU rolum ? and a
mis nn of IWtiuu specimen* now epen and free to
the Krataitons use and eiij<>ya?ent of all cit<ien* ?C
e\ery state in the l'ni<>n It I* th* parpaee*f tha
Trustees.br tbe Oia>d Oift Co^ccar n<>w an
nounced. to raiae the ni' ney with ehica t<< pay th*
hslsnce ct the pnrcha?<- msMf due upon th?- Publio
Library buildlnf. to enlarge th" library, and to aa
< .lit-institution a* to mak*- it ? ?II ><i<'aintuc
and forever beyond the ?ece**it> of ralliuf up >n
any individual wb<j ase* the b"<As t<* the contribu
tion of a tingle cent toward it* ?upp>>rt.
100 000 TICKET8 Of ADHI8alOS
will be isantd at flu each, half ticket*. $!>. * nar' ><r
tickets, #S 8C: II wh<>|* tickets foi (imi. T* for Ifi*:
S6 ter fMU: 113 for 41f r |t??. 57;, t,*
|iad. Mo disccuut on lea* than #lWworih?f tick
ets ?t a time.
1 icken- ?iil Im- sent .when regnested, by r? fiMrml
letur. Th-- m"ney fur the ui tusy b- ?ent b> A Urn*'
Expre** company and its conn'-ctioos. P ><t Offlc*
n>< a?*y order.re?ister^d letter, or * auk draft.
The bolder of each ticket, orfrnrtio* ot a ticket <a
half or a uuarteri.l* entitled to ad ii*? >ntotha
l'<>ncert ana to the itift awarded to it. Diirinitht
Concert tbe sum of
?*00 000 l!f ? L EEKMJY
will be given to the holder* of tickets b> distriba
tion b> Tot ot oxe TH<>t'?AXDGirr* a* foil, w*:
LlhT or U1FT8
One tirand (iift,cash. |IOO OM
Ou<-Grand (?ift.caab -tO.OOO
I ? tHi 0?0 ath.
1 . da 000 "
I. liOOl "
I - lO ON -
I ?.Ni -
i -ooi
1 T OOO
I - OOOO "
I i OOO "
I ? 4 Off "
1. 3 .One "
4 (.ittsof f*.'?sieach ".000 -
U " 1ANW " 1-1 OOO M
10 000 ?? |o?so ??
n m M lo.Hoo -
? ?? 700 " l? aoo "
so " om u ti oof -
u Dm ?? ?? do# ??
to " mo " -io ooo "
?0 " am " - 19 ooo ??
100 ?' hw " OOjmOO -
612 100 ? ? Ol.dao -
Total 1.000 Gifts, all raah __f .>00 .000
Thi* Concert, like tb?- first of tb? 10th at Dec-mber
l**t (which wa* so derided I r *ucc???fn!. snd at ?hi<-k
tbe lirst viand cifl wa* drawn by and paid to Mr.
John E Imrfl.of M>-mphi?. Toun ,,l*for the bene
fit of the
Pt BLIC LIBRA BY OF KENTUCKY.
The Farmers' and Droves Bank i* treasurer.and
tbe corporator* and supervisor* ar, all rrprr^ata
tivr m*-n. ami are among th arnet i npii lsl I aud
distincui*h?-<l citir.- n* ot the state.
Should any ticket* b- left nnaoid ->n tbe day of th*
draw lug. they will l>e d--stroyed. and the <x?- th >?s
ard gifts offered will all be drawn and paid, hut di
miuishsd in valae in prop-rtio* to the per ceatace of
unsold tickets. For instance, if only ikre- foarths
- willbarwleced
orttna.
. I ale Goveracr <4
Krutucky. has consent<-4 ti repre*eut.tbe Truste-a
tn the mansKement of thiv seroad (irand (lift Con
cert. and ha will personalis *e. thai th?- m -ney fr. m
tbe sale of tickets is deposited with tbe Tr<-a<urer,
that the drawinc i* fairly condiK tad, an* thr' cifta
juctly awarded and promptly paid
Th< drawing a ill take nlace in public. In full view
of thr audlccce. aud under th<- immediate -upervi
?ion and dlr'-ctlon of the officers and Truatee* of the
Public Library <d Kentucky and th- followtu
n*m?d rmineni and duintereeted citifiee*. wh > have
consented to be pra*eut and *oe that all i* fairly
doae:
H"D M . B IIA BP IB . J udge Court Appeals, B f.
S"" ii T. K M0"PT^s?It?- M 0. knbauns P<*t.
Hon H. ? . BKLi E. Judc- Oth JadiouJ Diet , Ky.
G^-n. ELI H. MCBBAYTT B Haiabal, Dist kr
Hon B. COt RAM.Chancellor L>*n ChatM-cry Ot.
B on. E. D. 8T* M D1FO BP. Presnlent Farnt*rs1 and
Drovers'Baak.
?on JOII BABBEE. Maaaaer Rojal Insurance
Co., Liver loot.
Co' PHIL. LEE.Com. AttJ Otli Jadicial Mat.
Dr. C. OEA BAM, foauder Graham Cabinet
Col JILBOVP. JOHBiMIM. Manager Ualt Homo.
Dr T. ? KKLL. Praf. Mad. l nl?er*ity, Loaisville.
S, n i MTMATHKm.Marar L"uls- ilie.
I HILIP JTDOa. of tf.<- L<.ui- ,. H tef (Vt
JAB.BRIDtiEFOED. Pre* Sd iational "
V. C D. WHlPB.Prop'r WiSs^ RsoS
J C JOHNSTON, PrZ Trader? " "
H V1CTOE ftirvOMB, finnV
HKMBY*f>EPPE*. Pre*. German
TOLIOn', KM ilMM ItMM Co.
tvraais
nriMoia ticKet*. ror inctance.it only
of the tick--taare sold, the, a pit n I *ift \
to iT.'.Ajv. aad all the others tn propoi
The Hon. Tho*. I BRAWI.KTTt.lai
leal
BARK,

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