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VAHUINOTON, D. O.
IKlDATiitniniilllltintfllllttflilltiUAT A, 1884.
traUtmrOmfaaiHt Is rverirs ts RepaNkwa
VTTU Office elAs JVaMoiaa. XepmMam U e
811 mt tni, bmtmmn iVwuvh" ""
tmutptptr U wnyWn(Vi bf evrrtrrs to
tt.oWrtBrraatss.rteWt?rptan at (Alrtjr
stnUaMm tw Wiili, W Intml
trntrmBnti tdrtlmnmU m extr fret
pantm BtwraOy maud, art ajtcta&ir cc-Tsefsil
at eAaayss anmU,bmcttmbi rtUed sjpsn
The tust.su ef dietriauUBav. Um Birntiua
throughout this slty, Dwrtm ul Alexandria,
haathiaeaytmplaaedtaliahaosl ol Mr. Am.
rata luimo, who U out mry eutlrortied
tat t llt aad eollelt suhterlptlons to this
rap-r, and batata authority tn totltit adrertlBe
menu from rae eJvcttBtr.r community ef tali ul
''.netinaarra, autre for U. rUno.aL Rim.
licap. wr. n.lirt li wsll and favorably known
li thle mvamnlir. Dm havlni ktta for severs
months rest n, vjfeur Brleeloal Loe.1 RfMrt.
ead w. tomnend Mb to our eltlteas oa Mi asw
"mmi, April 4, IM4,
Mr. J. I. Halleaback Ul beat arpolatad our
act to rsMtv. MoMilptloas u( ednrtlaements
fcr tie RxrweLseaa Iron th. eltlteoe of Alexan
dria ul vleleltr. Mr. HeU.ebeea's Newanep.r
rertedlsnl iton ! t lit allot street, lour
oora balw the rrovoat Martial's olaea, Alasaa-
-Tn caxari inncx TKxjumriD to ditidi
vsra nunrct or tot Uinow it nsr."
14 1 , NOT ttTOHM TO SLAVZRY
ACT TOON WHO IB TREK BT Till
REUS OF THX PROCLAMATION, OR BT
AKT ACT OT COK0BX88."
"I raocnt toll iux to all wmo
KUarsTLY SWIAm TO miKCITOETH BATrKTUIiT
urrotT, raoncr, ad nnn Tin Conn
tuttoh or Tin TJxrraD Stat, abtd m TJmoa
or th Statu Taxxtmron,"
CATIOn RATIONAL, COKVKIf TlOIt.
Tha UBderslr'hed, who, by original appoint-
weca, or suDeequeDi aeeieiiation to nil vacan
olee, eonatltnte the executive commutes cre
ated by tot National Convention, held at Chl
eapo on the 18th day of May. 1880, do hereby
van bjjou au quaiioea Tocera wno aeeire toe
ucondltlonal maintenance of the Union, the
topremaey of the Conitltntlon,aDd the complete
nppnwlon of the exlitlng rebellion, with the
eanre thereof, by vlfonma war and all apt and
efficient tneana. to tend deleeatea to a conven
tion to awemble at Baltimore, on Tneaday, the
Tth dT of June. 1884. at 12 o'clock, nonn. for
the pnrpoeeof preeentlnK caodldatea for the
offlcca of Preeldent and Vice Frealdent of the
United BUtea. Kach Bute harlnir a reDreaen.
utlon In Conimaa will be entitled to a many
delcvaiM aa ahaU be equal u twice the number
jf elector! to which anch Bute la entitled In the
Klectoral College of the United BUtea.
rnwiN Morgan, New Tork, Chalnaaa.
CUAKLEI 1. OILMAN, Maine.
F. BRAINAKD, Vemoat.
E. H. HOLLINi, Ntw lUmnahlra.
J Z. GOODRICH. Muuahuactta.
THOM At O. TDRNEB, RnxU IiUnd.
OIUaON WELUU. CoaaecUauL
DINNING DUAR, New JaratT.
EDWARD McrUEIUON, renniilranla.
N a SHITHEIta. Dalaware.
J. r. WAONIR. Maryland.
TUOHA1 truONEK, Ohio.
H. t. LANE, tsdlaaa.
IAMUXL a CASET, Kenlualry.
r. rxrx, tiileela.
HTRBItRTM. HOXIE, Iowa.
AUrriN BLAIR, MlahUao.
W. D. WA1HBDRN, Mlnneaota.
CORNELIDt COLE CallloruU.
WILLIAM A. rHILLin, Kanaaa.
O. H IRISH, NabTMka.
JOSEFH OERHARDT, DUU ol ColunMa.
MUHC IM PRKIIDBHT'S OHODRDI
We are gratified to be able to announce that
the line band of the Marina Corps will play on
the lawn south of President's Mansion to-mor
row (Saturday) afternoon, beginning st 4 and
elnalno- at 8 o'clock. All rjlaaanre-aaekera in
Washington will rejoice at the resumption of
those delightful entertainments after the Inter,
mission of the last two years.
ONEBAI, IJANKB'B ABUT.
We can assure our readers that no official
Information has been received by the Govern
ment that General Banks hat fallen back with
Ms army to Alexandria. It Is known that
Oencrsl Banks had no Intention to fall back
unless compelled to do so by a fall ol the river,
bat that be would prepare to advance towards
Shrersport again at soon at potslbls.
The Aliased Abortion Case Correatlan
In our previous report of this unfortunate
affair yesterday we tttted that " suspicion
points to Meters, darks and Henderson." We
made this statement, at wt announced, upon a
declaration made to nt by oOclals that such
wst tht fact, and which was msde on the
strength of memorandums found upon Ella
Jackson, and which were brought In In the evi
dence before the committee now examining
Into the allered misconduct in Mr. Clarke's bu
reau of the Treasury Department. Testimony
tubscqently taken before Justice Clsyton show
thst another party was guilty In the complicity
connected with the death of Miss Maggie Da
Tall, which, of course, exonerates Messrs.
CItrkt and Henderson In tht affair.
Wt art requested to state that young Lewis,
who Is Implicated In the supposed abortion
ease, hat not been employed In the Bureau of
the Internal Revenue for five months, and was
ntver there but a short tlmt, and then as a
twelve hundred dollar clerk. At in offset to
the unpleasant things stated about him In con
section with tho examination yesterday, It It
fair to say that he was brave soldier and
faithful officer In tht battles of tht Peninsula.
anater Wllaan'e lam Camnalaalened.
Senator Wilson's only son has been commis
sioned as First Lieutenant In the list regiment
toltred troops, and has Joined hit regiment at
Riser's Island. Lieutenant Wilson Is only 17
years of age, and we learn that In his examina
tion before Gen. Casey's board, ha was able
t answer every question sstlsfsctorily, except
one, and that an Inconsequential one.
GENERAL BUTLER IN NEW ORLFAfl belni
a History of the AdmlnlstratloB ef tba Depart
"I tba Calf la the year IWS, with aa ae-
ouatel tne lapturt of New Orl.aoi. aad a
ft!. "" rravloua Career ol tba Canaral,
ii li!if. J)l"'arF. By Jamea Parton, Author
?l.w ',,"! ' " Burr," Ufa of Andrew
Punll.;r.., """' "thu, ,w To,k-
Having been obliged to publish a " Feopls's
Edition" of able valuable work, tht publishers
Bart tsnt at a copy, for which we thank them.
It Is a work that bat been read with Interest
by Ocnertl Butler's cottmporsrles, and will
form a vtluablt contribution to the annals of
an epoch which will la tht future be studied
With deep Interest by the future historian,
N.w Teik RtMk Uat,
Rrlha Pp'e'a Telegraph Unae, r
OOoea All Mth arrtrt aed enrnrr rvnnajlranta
avrnue aa t tlmh atrrat.
PtfaT. Mat eitaajr 11a. an
n. t. I8RI Coupoa e'a ,.4
Ortlteatra of Indabteilne .
New York central
Havana Rlrer ;
Mlehlean ftflutbern. .,.
Cleveland and rtttaburf
0lna and Chlam.,,,.. ,,, ,,,,.,
devaland aad Toledo....... ....
Chlaaeo and Rok lalant.. ...,,,,
piiiwaaaie a"a rreiria Qtt mra
rtttaburr.rott Wayne, and Chlcaao.,
AltAD and Trrre Haute.. t ...
llulcaallTcr i.,,. tajf
Rebel Priaonere eat wp far Kiehaage.
rORTtlSt MORuna. Kit 4. The lair-of.
trace itcnroer New Tork left here at noon to-
aar lor uity Folnt. with abont 400 rebel ori
onen of war. In charge of Major Mulford, to
A bill wai reported from the Senate Commit.
tee on Commerce, Tnterday, by Mr. Chandler.
'Which provides stringent rcgnlattona and heavy
renames for smnminar. All vessels, cars.
trnnks, valises, and all personal effects of
travelers, coming from n foreign country, am
subject to Inspection) If their owners refuse to
open their trunks or packages, they are to be
rorieiteo. Additional Inspectors are provided
for districts, as follows! rassamaquoddr. it
Portland and Falmouth, S Kattport, 4j Botita
ana cnsrlestown, 1 Femblns, 3; Chicago, 8
Mlchlllmaclnac, 3; Bandutky, 1 Cujahogs, if
Irie, 1 Dunkirk, 1 Buffalo Creek, 8i Niagara,
S; Genrsce, ; Clawrgo, Sg Champlaln, 4 Ver
The penalty of selling cargo before Inspec
tion's $500 to 81,000 One and five to eight
years Imprisonment. For breaking seal or
fastening of revenue agents. Imprisonment one
to ten years snd fine of 8100 to $500. The In
Tenner la entitled to one fourth, and If a vessel
la forfeited, one-eighth of the proceeds.
CtMtterjr at "Soldlere Heme.1
The cemetery known as "Soldiers' Tlome" Is
full, and needs enlargement. Senator Wilson,
In a resolution, proposes to add to Its area
from the surrounding grounds.
Df r artmkrt or State, 1
WaauiMaToR, Mayf, IPs, t
Information has been received at this De
partment, through the Legation of the United
States In farts, of the deaths of the following
cltltens or the united States, lately deceased In
Joseph Haelewck, born In New Tork, died
at Parla April 9, 1883, aged 3 years.
Margaret McCrca Rhlndlander.wlfeof Chris
topher Rhlndlander, born In New Tork, died
at Paris June 28, 18C3, aged 38 years.
Joseph Francis Cnlllot, gentleman, born In
New Orleans, Louisiana, died at Parla June 30,
1883, sged 61 years.
Franklin Smith, seaman of the American
ship Naples, died at St. Dennis August 11, 1863.
KICMiHcmt Urdar of Qaateral Af aada Upas
tsia Advance af the Amy or the Po
Bona n a.
H EAbquaaTEsa Armt or the PoToaiAr, I
May I. IrtS. j
SuLDirKst Again vour are called noon ta
advance on the cnemlca of your country. The
time ana occasion are aeemea opportune by
yonr commanding goneral to address you a
n wuiu, ul cuuuucuEfl anu cauuoa.
Tou have been reorganised, atrenelhened.
and fully equipped In every respect. Yon form
a part oi tne several armlea o your country,
the whole under the direction of an able and
d'allngulsbed srencral. who enlota the confl.
dence of the Government, the people, and the
Tour movement being In co-ODeratlon with
others. It Is of the utmost Importance that no
effort should be left unspared to make It suc
cessful. I Soldiers, the eyes of tho whole country are
looking with anxious hope to the blow yon are
about to strike In the moat sacred cense thst
ever called men to arma! Remember vour
homes, yonr wives and children, and bear In
mina mat toe sooner 70ur enemies are con
quered, the sooner you will be retnrned to enjoy
tbe benefits and blessings of Peace.
Bear with pat'eico tbo hardahlpt and ascrlficei
yon will be called upon to endure. Ilsve con
fidence In your officers and In each other.
Keep your ranks on tbe msren and on the battle-field,
and let each man earnestly Implore
God's bltsslnsr. and endeavor bv his thonirhta
and actions to render himself worthy the fsvor
With clear consciences and strong arms,
actuated by a high sense of duty, figbtlng to
preserve the Government and the Instltutlona
banded down to us by our forefstbers. If true
hi ouratuvce, victory, unacr uoa's blessing,
must and will attend our efforts.
Giobgi O. MtiDt,
Msjor GenersI Commanding.
Jisai J. McKitvtu, Esq., superintendent of
.u uiia.iciiu noui ,i ncius. iaa moat eaten,
atva la tbla country and wall conducted, la la tbla
city on important buatneia soontetcd with that
tinio. ut. uitixs, who hss concluded a
tour of military Inapectloo of tbe defrnaca ofNew
a.nsiano, naa neeivraorae a to report at rcrtieaa
Mvoroe, for duty with tbe Army of lbs Potomac,
under Gioerat tjilth.
T. P. Cooke, an English actor of note, re
cently died at tbe are of 10 yeara He waa recor
nlied aa the etage tips of tba nrltlth Tar, and waa
aa ' lmmeoaafarorlte"aa William la tbedrama
oi " Duca-f tra amu " lit nmi till, mint..
tton h maatlv. for ha fourht under NattAa. waa
..vuuuru ,u iHiuKia, i.9pmiicen, ananonor-
w ,.u uiu uku,i ,r ma aerTltra.
Sii vasts Conn, Jk., " who writes for the
', ia utpTeio oi ina Norway usbt Israatrv.
now dolus; isrilaon duty at Fort Mellary, MS
A Itabel llald on Piedmont,
Rumors were prevalent yesterdsy of a rebel
raid on tne Balttmoroand Ohio llallroad.whlch,
mm luuii, i,tlu BAaggcraiCU.
The business of the rnad Is not al all Inter
rupted, but was threatened for a time yester
dsy morning, hy seventy mounted guerrlllss,
under command of McNesle,orWest Virginia,
who came Into Piedmont, 38 miles beyond
Cumberland. After cutting the telegraph
lines, burning several cars, and running half a
dosen locomotives off the track, and frighten
ing the women and children, tbe rebels left at
snddmly ss they appeared.
Gen. Kelley promptly concentrated troops
from Cumberland and New Creek, and started
In pursuit of tbe guerrlllss.
No passengers or freight were captured or
Injured, and all trains are running regularly,
Tht wife of Major General WslTsce was on
tiro east-bound psssengcr trsln, and daughters
or ueoerai oencuca on ine weet-uound, but for
tunately, with otherptssengers, (scaped moles,
To Drevent anrrepetltlon of theseralda a verv
large force of the Ohio volunteers have already
reualred to tbe scene, by order of lbs Secretary
of War and Governor Urough, and tbe road Is
sgaln amply protected. Bolt. African.
Diitii or TBI Valdabli TBOrrixa Iloxst
Bchurotoh. Mr. William McDonald, of this
city, met with a heavy loss about t o'clock yes
terdsy morning, by tbe death of his valuable
irRiiiog siaiuon "uurllngion." uo aiea alter
a few hours' Illness of Inflammation of the
bowels, lie wss about eluhl years old. was
sired by Oeorge M. Patchen out of the thorough-bred
Monmouth Eclipse msre. and was
reiaeo in new wcrsey. lis wss purenssea oy
Mr. McDonstd for the ImDrovemeut of the
stock In this Bute, and was valued at 833,000.
Burlington promised tbe fastest speed In the
woriu, ast waa aaiu vo oe oi a mucn nneroreea
than Patchen. It la a somewhat remarkable
coincidence that hit sire died on Sundsy last OB
Long Island. iWilmers A'tn. "
Panted UnWn OOeera. i
rollowjag Is the list of paroled Union
who Wlv ., Annsonond.
captarad ai Plymouth. N. c , Annuo.
tare N Mavar. Uih Onnaitusut Velnnt
aiptur-dat riasrioutti, N. CUAntllit
in.pi.ia Art. Blllavley, ibih'Paaa'ylvanla
iun'ara, caprurea at nymonlh. lft C April 30
"' fc , i. a. Taiiiavaara. aap-
(urvq at riTesnuin. IV, u
n at rivnmuth. N. c , April to
:ept. O. nleXee, tub Kentucky Volunteer., e p-
'ad at Mtl ttafllnr SCv-Marak oaj IRaa
Mai 1 H. Walker, IS llnnlana telualsers, cap.
toted at nama, Cia., May ,tSU ., .
Usui. I ol. 1. II. Wins, Ohio Volifntre-s, sap
turad at Rnaia, Ga , May S, IWS.
Cant. t,B.Klng,latb rannaylvastaCarslrytSSp
turt I at Wlnabaatsr, Va., June IS, ISO
Lieut. I B Wilton, tth Maryland Volunfeera
eantured at Wtaabeater, Va. June IS, I84S.
Capt.R.T, Coawall, eith rrnaejlvaota Veluo
teare, aaptured at. Wlnshealar, Va, June IS. ISSt.
first Lieut. H. I Barlnftoa, ind Oblo Vnlus
leers, eantured nt Wlaeheatrr, Va , June ft. 1WI
Capt. r Mammerr, Slti Maryland Veluateera,
aaptured at Winchester, Va., Juaa IS, IMS.
Lieut, a Clllay, tth Vhto Cavalry, captured, at
Chlekamaoia, lecn.. Vpt. . IMl '
ritsl Lleul. a. SI B. TIBdney, ISth D. . latan
try, aaptured at ChlekamaUfa, Tenn., tept. to,
Col.T.E. Rose, Tlth Pa Vata.ssptuidat Chlsk
aataura, Tenn.. Vpt. to. IMS.
PUat Lieut, w. i. Itewart, llth V. 8. lalaatry,
aaptured at Chlekamarga, Teno , Sept. 90. isss
Cant. 1. W. Lewis, th Ky. Cavalry, captured at
CntakaaiaufatTeBnu. SepL re, I8X
Chat'lala J. Ik Rowllnr. 101 Pa. Vols., aaptured
at Plvmoulh, K. a, April M, ISSL. , ,
M'Jor J Henry, tth Oblo Cavalry, aaptured at
Ilaiaaado, Mlaa , Jun It, w.
AHJutaat M. R. Raiall, tth Mo. Volt., eapturtd at
Harpar'a Ferry. Juna is ISSS.
rtrat Lieut. L. B. Coaalaa, llth Maaa. Vole., aap
tured al Baahelor'a I reek, Feb I, ISSS.
Capt. r. Cole, of tho bark Lennox captured at
tba month of tba Mlailnalpnl River, June t, I'st.
First Lieutenant J. H. Kollower, sth Indiana
revelry, aaptured at Mulberry Gap, November Si,
First Lleutsasnt D P. Renlek, TsJ Ohio Volnu
teers, captured at Brlatow Station, September It,
Adjutant W. P. Plerae, llth Keatuekr Cavalry,
aaptured at Maryevllle, November It ISSS.
Adjutant H. W. Camp, 10th Coeoeetlaut Voluo
teora, aaptured at Morrla laland, s. c July IS,
CeBteln J. B. Fav. ISith New York VnlnatMra.
aaptured at Gettyaburc, Peaji., July l,ttss.
Aeoonu icuicnaat a.9.uooa aaia riBneyivaue
Volunteers, aaoturad at Loauat Grove. November
beurenaat T. t. Harrla, sd PenaaylvaBla Car
airy, eantured at RmltbtaU, Va, February 1, 1 est.
Laptala R. Pollock, uth Peanaylvaala Cavalrv,
atptuted al Vf hlta tulpbur tprlaia, Attfuat 17,
First Lteutenaat and Q. M M Xupp, lSTth Pean
aylvaala Voluateera, captured at white Houae,
Va , Juaa 1, IB4J.
First UeuteBSnt H. A. Hubbard, Uth New Vo k
Cava ry, aaptured at Tarboro, N. C , July to, 18U.
Datlee on Wool.
The Western farmers art alive to the neces
sity of abolishing the fraud In wool Importing,
by which It cornea In almost free of duty. To
day a petition was received In the Senate, from
Michigan, asking st least 13 cents per pound
on all Imported wool.
latest from the Latter Day Balnta.
Wo have received a copy of the Deserct
.Vra-s of the 15th ulL, from which we learn
that the "Thirty-fourth Annual Conference of
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints" had Just concluded Its labors. On the
morning of the last dry of the session Presi
dent Toung delivered an address, which Is thus
noticed In the official minutes of the Confer
ence! President Toung delivered a very impressive
discourse, showing that the Gospel of the
Kingdom could never be powerful to esve, un
less the Holy Ghost dictated the speaker and
carried home to tba sonls of the hearers the
words of llfci that the wisdom and learning of
qjcu never aia Dnog me people to a knowledge
of the truth. lie spoke or the time when the
people would come to the Saints and seek to
be fed, and urged the Saints to be diligent In
their labors In raising grain, and to be careful
and not abnse the blostlngs which the Lord bad
bestowed upon them, lie ssld that no person
could be saved In the Kingdom of God, and
neglect to observe the commandments; that no
ordinance had ever been revealed to man that
was not binding upon him to observe.
The editor of the Deaeret Viu devoutly ssysi
We would thst the world could have been
assembled to have lletensd to the oddrees of
President Toung last Sunday morning It was
not the man, but the servant of God. We feel
aeinred mat tne Stints saw not the President,
but listened to the counsels of heaven and re.
eclved them as If they had emanated from the
mouio oi toe i-ora.
Vies PatsrpiRT Brsnisus. It seems thst
Vice President Btephens hss been msklng a
speech before the Georgia Leglslsture against
the cnnatltutlonsllty of the suspension of tbe
writ of Aao'di corpus, arbitrary arrests, selt
nrea of property, &c. We hsve not seen the
addrees, bnt here Is whst tbe Richmond oVnll
nel tsys of It
"It Is very Indiscreet and Improper. Mr.
Stephens holds the second office under the Gov
ernment and In case of one of those pslnful
dispensations to which the mortality of tbe
rulers ever exposes a community, he would be
tbe executive bead of tbo Confederacy. Under
such clrcumstsncea, he has severely brsnded
tbe lesdlng measures of policy which, until
Congress might choose to repeal them, he would
be boud to executet and he has given pain and
luoruucauon to loose so wuom only ne could
look for support, and aid and comfort to such
as would embarrass his administration as xesl-
ousiy as tney navs atssued that or President
Btartiko ix East Teireube. Tho Nash
ville correspondent of the Chlcsgo Jmm.l
Since the publication of the order from Gen.
Sherman, prohibiting quartermasters from sell
ing rations to cltltens. thoutsnds of destitute
families have reached Chattanooga and Knox
vllle, asking transportation North) but that Is
cut off. alto, sod I see nothing but starvation
for the poor wretches and more loyal people
never lived unless the Administration Inter
feres, as It should do.
Mr. Everett, In a note to the Boston JWy
Admtiur, respecting the receipt of donations
for ths suffering people of Esat Tennessee,
speaks as follows of the moral effect of these
Tbe lion. Horace Msynsrd, on his late visit
to Boston, Informed me tbst tbe sympathy
shown lu this psrt of tbe country for his desti
tute fellow cltltens, wss doing good, erenbe
ynnd the relief of their wants, In strengthening
the true Union feeling. One of the arts by
which the masses of the South hsd been misled
and their minds Inflamed against the North, by
the leaders of the rebellion, was to represent us
by turns as mcrcensry and aelfiih vlslonsry
and fanatical. The extraordinary manifesta
tion of warm practical aympathy, In these libe
ral contributions for tba relief of onr sufleiing
brethren a thousand mites off, had gone far to
correct the sinister misrepresentation.
Ant u asm ansa.
Ford's Ntw TntATKi. The engagement of
Mr. lorrest, whiah haa baea one eueceselon of
Brilliant rriumnna. extending tftrougn a period 01
egblwcrkt, during which time tbe theatre has
baan nlshtlr filled with crowded audlaueea com
poaed of tbe wealth and faablon of the city, tcr
mlaatca tbla evening with tbe benefit of tbe treat
iraieuian. snaaapeare's xranairateoy oi " tyorio-
lenua." which waa prodaaed laat ereninf to a
densely .rowded houae. In a tljl. of unequalcd
merolfiaenee, sonttltutealhealoatnf nerformaaee
of fir rorreai. A,iortoua bill Is offered for to.
morrow ev.alnf, and for Monday, tba promised
renewal of tb. KOmeoua spectacle of the k Naiad
itueea "ia snnounceti, wun tne popular ravoriie,
Susan DcbIb, aa tb Queen, bavlBa been enrared
rsipreaaly toalraeffeel to the perfect production
of tbla favorite spestsels.
Caxtibbcat Music IIili- Miss Naomi
Porter haa aaala raturoed to th. Cani.rbury, sod
delights the frequ.nlers with her famoua T.rpedo I , ,w- ,, mnA An, nr tha rlt .i.ina. -iTi
IS Her . iquialt. . Hint and aaptlvatingpeVaon,1" th,e c" ., .f '.i.l, T " g "5
, ail. a n.w lu.tr. ta th. old urury. Th. marnn. slesplng, eating and drinking, sluing and
1 sanl ballet ol "La Bayadere" la oa IH. boarda tbla walking! he Is to be cursed In his flesh and In
Week with lateral new artlat.a. Tb. "Mountain ' his bones, from tht Up Of hit toe to the top of
i..T,'i.',1ThV.,..S".rV..lVVroDe".;'hls headi tbe vengeance denounced by Ood
araaalntly. Tb. treat testation play of "CuJJo'B , ..,., ,'h. .vim,. r Inlnni,. 1. ,. e.if
tars" is ia aaliv. reparation, and will be pro-
duasJ with taw sasnsry, Bpuoinlm.nts, its
Tabiitibi Mntio Haix inn Tfutm
Crowded s. usual laat nl.ti to aaa the popular
ounc dantauaac. th.
Hietee Arabardes, la th.lt
btauurui uanaeai aiao tba laat week of Mitt Alilr
Laa and raanla Mar. Mlaa Marrla rrtal and Mob
aautlful danaeai also t
- u -w lsia
,V Zjfr, ( f f li' H 1 fl ATI
00011(1 JClil IIUII
' JJ r4l M B I I
No metier which way the tide of battle turns,
many of oujgs4Jsnt.meu.on more than out bat-tle-fleld
onlhla continent within the week com
meacltigjorf JVetesday morning lstj will be
lilted and wounded' In battle.
tt If ndrhovTWhtrsbsoa, we tetlove, to an
nounce, what the rebels of the Bonthwest mutt
know ere thla, that offeutlve movements com
menced simultaneous with the movement of
the Army of the Potomse. Wt should not bo
surprised to hear, at any moment, of the fall of
Dtlton, In Georgia, the entire cleaning out of
Tennessee, and tht arrival of General Banks
Wt shall bt very much dltappolnted If the
first offlclsl dlspstch from Gen. Grant Is sot
dated from the victorious plaint ofSpotUylvt
nta or befbro tht defences of Richmond. We
do not agree with those who believe thst Oen.
Lee allowed den. Grant to get betweon him
and the rebel capital.
Wejiope wo are mistaken In this, becauso
wt believe that tht siege of Richmond would
prove a longer Job than some very excellent
The killed In the battle already foughl, or to
be fought, in Virginia we cannot serve, bnt the
wounded wt all can help, and It behooves the
cltltens to prepare themselves to render til the
aid In their power.
The number mutt be groat In such a terrible
conflict at will tike place whenever the armies
of Grant and Lee meet.
Whenever the loyal troopa are defeated the
secessionists of Washington group themselves
boldly on the corners of tht streets and In ho.
telr, appear cheerful, and Invest largely In
gold. They hsve means of obtaining the ear
liest Information. Since tho present opers
lions, however, we have seen very few of them
abont, and the low thst have made their ap
pearance iccm gloomy, show signs or ssd dis
appointment, and up to this afternoon have
refrained from Investing anything In gold.
These are cheering and unmistakable signs of
LORD, HOW TUB VVOItLD IB alVKI
' TO LYIfiai"
Since Oen. Burnslde't corps passed through
this city and went to the front, the New Tork
llorfd newspaper bat bad It defeated three or
four times. To-dsy, In an "Extra," the World
announces that Gen. Barntlde has been re
pulsed by Longstreet, at "Thoroughfare Gap,
with a loss of from three to four thousand
men!" All we hate to say about this state
ment is that it Is a malicious, copperhead gold
speculating lie, to which the Mirib-hearted
editor of tho World It much given.
The Ten-Forty Donrts
The two hundred million five per cent, loan Is
belngrapldlyabsorbad. Oneof tbe Natlonalbanka
alone receive', yeeterday, subscriptions to this
popularloantothaamtiuatof 4X31,100 Ths First
National Sink of Waihlnfton, the Flrtt National
Bank of Baltimore, and tba Flrat National Bank
of Philadelphia having been duly Authorised to
reeslve subaer'ptlous, are affording the eapltallate
la their resreatlve looalltlea ample faellltlea for
laveetlns; In this fund.
By ths time It Is takaa up, the Government will
doubttsta beta euoha noansiel position that It
will not give aa good terms to etpltsliats. At sll
sveats it wilt give them bo brtteri and, as country
adlt'ra ate wont to remark In reference to their
own laauea, now Is tbs time to subscribe " Tbe
tnUraat ol the bonds Is to be paid la cold, and tba
prlnelpal la to be paid ultimately la soldi and If
anybody tc ao almple aa to doubt the ability of tbe
Goverameut to pay the debt, he had batter eat
what money be has on hand, and Jump Into the
Tn UrillBD Stitis Sestici lllulxin,
Shllllngton hat received tbe May number of
this truly wlnable periodical. We give the
list of contents In this nnmberi "On Belt.
poire," by Prof, J, C. Booth, U. 8. Mint. Pa.i
'' Three Months Aroupd Charleston Har, or the
Great Siege as We saw It, No. 3," by Robert
Stewart Davis, Esq j " Practical Campaigning,
No. 2," "An Inquiry Into the Military Rlghta
and Duties of Medlcsl Officers In the Lend
Forces," by Surgeon A. A. Woodhulli " Homes
for Dlschsrged Invalid Soldiers," by Rov. Lu
ther Farnhami " Organisation of the United
Btatet Artillery," by Gen. John Glbboni" Gen
eral McClellan't Campaigns;" "The System
of Commutation In the Army," by Richard
Athnrst, Esq. "Tht Century Flower (poetry),"
by Rev. E. A. Washburn, D. D. Literary In
telligence and Notes on New Books. EMor'i
SpttUd Department, " Notes on Contempo
raneous Military Bargcryi" " Foreign and In
ternstlonal Correspondence," " A New Island
In the South Faclflc;" " Military Notes and
Querlcsi" OWal Intelligence. "Tbe Armyj"
" Regulsr Navyi" " Tho Volunteer Nsvy."
Col. L. 0. Dixta, chief detective of the War
impart meal, naa aaaea to ds rsustsa Irom duty In
the Tresaury rjepattment.
f ub VxoBTADUt GlnDsm. New Berne and
its surroundings Is one complete vegetable
garden. There are tome floe gardens In town
that of Dr. Page, or the Sanitary Commis
sion, la ahead of all competition, ne has
peas In full blossom, and radishes, lettuce and
aspsrsgus ready for tbe table. His garden at
tbe "Old Fiah" camp It splendidly arranged,
and will be very productive. He has srrsnged
a "steeling patch" a novel Idea where It It
expected all soldiers will do their " lifting"
those who feel niallelously Inclined can nelp
themselves to green corn, wstermclons, Ac.
and be entirely welcome. The soldiers will
bless tbe Doctor forgiving them this opportu
nity to " help themselves," and " no gvtrttont
nwil." .Vsai Btrne (JV. (7.) Times, S7(A tiff.
U. B. Cavalbt Pasiixo Tnnocou Cubit
Salt Laxi Citt, On Monday forenoon tbe
four companies Of tbe Second cavalry, Csllfor
nla volunteers. and two companlesorFlrst cav
alry, Nevada volunteers, thst have been at
Camp Douglas during the pstt winter, passed
through the city going west. The horses bad
been out on tbe herd ground for some time, and
the cavalry were necessitated to msrch on root
A large subsistence train accompanied them.
VIKTU .Vttri, .tprfl 13.
Huvt LxaisiATios. The New Tork Legls
lsture, during Its lsst session, pssscd six hun
dred and one bills. Or these, over four hun
dred hsve been signed by the Governor. One
tuoussna one nunarea sua ninety nvo bills
were received In all Of these, nine hundred
I and twenty.flve were reported, and seven bun.
dred and ntnetv-fonr ordered to a third wait
?' "na "ian7-'onr oratrca 10 a intra read
The following " curse " has been circulated
It Unlco. It It for the benefit 0 any person
disposed to appropriate Church property, and
Is headsd-" Censure of the Churchi "
" Cursed In his house and out of his bouse,
r?"'":-, "'" --- - ""-', "' "F""
' hlmt his name It to ba effaced from the book
' ffj i'S"-; .nk,BOf J 1 .,n"rtb '".
book of tht Jntt bit lot and Inherlunct It to
Lbt with the fratricide Cain, Dathaa. and
'Ahlram,wlth Ananias, with Simon Mskus. and
i.i. .,.'. ...,.H. Tna... t,. I. ..C '. 73
tha devU and Ul ugelt,"
SENATE. ' CS
iridst, JJsyrj, 1804.
Mr. Foot, from the Committee on Pensions,
reported bsck tbe bill In relstlon to the com-
penssllon of Government pension agents, with .
Mr. Cowan, from the Committee on Patents,
rsl.fto'nrJrnol. '."hnTernl". 'iti?.
1803. to promote the I useful arts, I .extends
thai llm. wltfcl. w1.ll. hiIhIh. mVia k... k J
- -" -I-"- ....., pw-wni uvuBanu--
giectou it, may pay tnt nnai -baianca. fees,, lot
secure their patents, for six. months from and I
Slier tht psisage of tht tcU, Tht bin was
passed. II i .. I '
On motion of Mr. Dixon the bill " to amend
soctlon 5 of Jan act. entitled.' an act to con
tinue, alter, and amend the charter orihAclty
or Washlngton,'tpproved Mar 17, 1948,and
further to preserve thepurltyofelectlons.tnd
guard against tht 'abut of the elective frsn
chlse, by a rtgtstratton or eleetfits rf the city
or Washington," D. C, was taken up.
lie said that aa tht time for the municipal
election in this city was near, at btndlt waa
Important that the bill should be acted on at
lie submitted an amendment as a new sec
tion, providing thst If the board or rrguls
lion, or anv ona or morn of them, shall nairiat
or refuse to perform the duties required of
meiu, idb enpreme unurt or tut District, on
bring Informed of the fact, shall appoint some
other person or persons to perform all the
duties and things required lv the act, and said
acts and things so done shaft be valid the same
as If done by said board.
Tbo amendment was adopted.
Mr. Cowan moved to Insert the word " white'
before "male cltlr.cn," deslgnstlng those who
ire to be voters. In the first psrt of the bill.
Mr. Sumner I hope not I hop not, Mr,
Mr. Cowtn thought this intendment very
proper, ospeclallr when we were tnsklns an
experiment which now trembled In the balance
tn bebair or a Inferior race.
It was a great mlstske to suppose .Wight
to vote was an Inherent right, as many seemed
to do. It wss a wore conventional 'right, one
started only where airoed upon. It Wat on ths
basis or white men thst the experiment or re
publican government was set up In this couu.
try. Our whlto women are not glvonthe right
to vote, and It will hardly ba claimed that
rude, semi barbarous, uneducated negroes, who
hsve Just emerged from a degrading stste of
servitude, aa Is the cast with so large a num
ber In this city, are mora capable of exercising
thst function than the Intelligent whits women.
And then there are minors, ssy from 16 to
81 years or ago who are certainly more general.
ly Intelligent and capable or exercising the
tvit,e tieutwae ,oaa uirso negroes wno are
not allowed to vote. No one sbonld be allowed
to exercise political power as a class, and it Is
not to be doubted that these colored men would
vote or bo led to vote at inch here, ir given the
power to do to.
Mr. Sumner said the colored voters of Boston
did not do so.
Mr. Cowan said they were too ftw In number
there tn comparison with the other electors to
be of any weight In an election, and therefore
there was no motive for clsss action. Bnt even
In Boston negroes cannot vote unless they can
read and write, to thtt If these negroes were
transported to Boston tbey would not generally
be voters. In Pennsylvania negroet had for.
merly voted but the moment they became
numerous enough, by reason or accessions or
fugitives from tho border slave Butts, to be
felt and appreciated In the community, the
people or the Btatc almost unsnlmously decided
to exclude tbenj from the privileges or tba
electlvo frtnchlse. ne thought hlc amendment
should certainly prevail.
Mr. Doolltlle moved to postpone all prior
orders, so as to consider two or three Indian
Mr. Dixon hoped that would not bt done,
ne had already said this bill was Important In
view of tbe coming election.
Mr. Doollttlo said he knew these Indian bills
wore more Important.
Mr. Wilier hoped the bill would l, nnL
poncd. There was no necessity for action on It.
a uo iuuuuu to postpone was rejected yeas.
Mr. Wllley then addressed the Senate at
so mo length, In opposition to tbe bill, till the
close of the morning hour, when the national
bank bill came up In order.
IIOUBE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. Dawes, from the Committee on Elec
tions, reported a resolution, declaring that F.
P. Blair Is not, and that Mr. Knox Is entitled
to a seat In the nenso ss a Representative from
the Flrtt Congrsealonsl district of Missouri.
On motion orMr. Farntworlh, It wat
Heiohnt, That when the nbnte adjourns to
dsy, It adjourn till Monday yeas 84, nayt 89.
Tba Christian Cnmml.alon.
PmLADiLrnit, May B A large and cnthu
slsstlc meeting was held here list night on be
bair or the United States Cbrlstlsn I'ommls
slon. Bishop Mcllwalne, eit Oblo, presided.
Rev. Dr. Risk, or Boslnui Rev. J. T. Duryea,
or New Torki Bishop Simpson, or Pblladel
pblsi E. B. Toby, of Boston, and others, ad
dressed tbe meeting.
Flay thousand dollars were raised on the
spot, which will bo largely Increased. This Is
Intended as a beginning or a great national
subscription or one million dollsrt for tho
cante ofthe Christian Commission. .Meetings
or a similar character ire to follow In ill tCe
Urge cities. A movement has also begun to
organise a Ladles' Christian Commission In all
The Vranch Toaalad Out of ataxic.
Ntw Yohi, May 8. A copy, Just received,
of tbo Jsrsgoxa-Juarist Journal or Mattmoras
says that at a grand banquet lately given In that
city to Major Gen. J. Mclernand and Mr. Ham
ilton, tbe Union Governor or Texas at which
tbe names or Lincoln and Jnarec wern fro.
qncntly Introduced Gov. Hamilton proposed
aaa sentlmsnt thedefestof the French anit
tuetr eipnition rrom Mexican territory.
War n.porla In N.w Tork Papara.
PniLiBBLrnu, May Toe World details
the irjovemeDt over tbe Rapldan, and says
Lee's Intention is to retrest to Richmond or
make a stsnd near Hanover Conrt nonset atari.
that Smith hat landed on the sonlh bank of tbe
Jamea river, and that Petersburg and Fort Dar-
lins: arn in oanper.
Tbe Ttmei reports the advance over the Rap.
Idan. Lee Is supposed retresllos; to Richmond.
Butler's army Is In motion, aided by irnnbosts.
The column under Couch and Blget Is reported
advancing from Winchester. Sherman's army
is also moving south in three coluiaus. A
telegram from Grant asys forty-eight hours
would determine whether he was to have battle
on tho Hoe of the Rapldan or anaer tht works
"rational Bank Subeerlptlan
Naw Yobk, May 0. Subscription to the ten
forty loan received tonlsy at First National
Bank, f 300,00 paid Treasury drafts $1,500,
000. At Burt's Armory In Windsor Locks, Con-
uucuvut, uu w. ia , ua.au., m iwci cuiu wan
turned from a (run-barrel of English steel that
measured In the "crook" two hundred and
flfty-aeven feet, and when straightened, three
Hundred ana iorty-two lea, wmen it without a
parallel In the history of steel turning,
Tht Lecltlature of Minnesota haa enacted t
law Doing any teacher or board of trustees
fifty dollars If they refuse any colored child
admission to any puouc scnoois,
A Bag Harbor ( L. I.) psper says that a tufa
dent qusntlty of onlon-seed hss been planted
abont that village to produce seven hundred
thousand bushels of that userut esculent.
UUIU UlBkUlCllV. ,U (UIIWUIBU IUIUIIJ, tOlCU-
lgan, are creating much excitement In thst
Btatc A company Is forming to test they sine
An oil fsrm In Western Pennsylvania has
been sold for tht enormous sum nf live bun.
drta and nny tuoussna doiisrs. It contains
several priceless oil-wells.
William Penn's residence In Philadelphia It
auout ao utwrBuuwBi
Not a tingle Are occurred la tht City el Nor-
nival vvvitu, test year.
VmiCmjjQTtCTnl vYS.. ,-.A-
Club met puratfsst toeaijat laeronniB nf A. fi.
.. vfrv" v.w ana ntnti unn
HiMklidee, Eaq, oatThursdey eveftlar
tsu Tht slub was tills I to order by the PresB
dent, i. . ' . JT'ifwpSiji1
flAL',? ,, .'A2".!5S J1.""
K?JJ ,h. "b.
- .The fallowing preamble and rssoluttou wets
. . ts, Tba people ef Kanaaa, throuih their
Z&cITIAMSX ilKir mora
cioT.nllSe.lnatruated touee their Influence to
.. ' . .. -. . a.-.. .
un mriiion. u Aa ivsii uuiut. 11. n r irar. n at fit' it.
voura ina nomination oi pir uavoia lor tne nail
,.Sffi',,Jni " sliwtlh sllM this
fatten of tbe people of KaoaaB In tbe ability, in
tetrltvandssalofour present thief Mattatrale
and ptedre ourtelvra to labor to carry out this with
Oa aotlae, the slob adjourned.
I t ' cTa. rotTKR, President.
n. v. riiaDi, nvarciary.
ill rvrinwa m TnaTaalBrmT DtainTUrNv.
be following rrnmollons of alerkc have been
made la tba R'cia'er's offlee of the Tresaury De
parlmant. tniakartreet from tbelatof Anrll. nn.
deraet ofMtreh Jl, authc-rlt nf sn lnsresse of
From Third Class It! f)'o Fourth CUit(sl.m
John R. Nou'Se, Ind L. D. Reynolds, Ohtsi
-n, v. uiu, im i aura v ,piwii,
from oceoaa i iabb inii-wj fo inim ueae z.
R'eharda. o. Ct Joa.
i. o. Brand, jr., Ohlot Henry
nnlnat. N. T, BL KT. Wkltakap.
Maria, D. C H. Jrnntnst, n. T
Mata.t J. Moody flmllh. D.G t Milton H. glowe, Ind.i
L.H. Hamrey,OMo)DwlblKllnek, Ind.i T. A.
Fiom Frit Cmi (11.900) a ftfeoni! rtmi
Th6miCrir, D.Ct J H UttlcScId, III ) Kin
tr Moort, 111 t CriMlM V. 8r.r, R. 1 1 bf rx.
Miob , Georcf PUtt. N V. O. i. Hubbord, N H
OivliiH tMcrwln, N. T.( Frrdcnok A.Cfc. D.
C.( R. L. MtElhiQTa Mo. I Thorn m C. Morilicc.
V. M. B niuroh, III. , '
From KH)Clin.to Flnt a-it.Htorr Crock
rrcaj Muocfer to Flrat CUii. Tfntliai Rii
Pwifht XHack hti Joit reiifPtVl t. Jl,floo clerk
ntpta th Treatarr lpurtranot, to rooi?ptpo
t'tioa teller la the Flrnt litlonl Dunk of pt
Dtims or SotDiias. The duttht of the
folinwlor toldUra hftva brta rpore4 t tht office
of Cpt. Meo'e,Ailiti.t Qmrttrmniter, in T
trt, txtwMn TweatT-arji nad Twrntritond
Sinuel Glllvftf. Co D.SJ Fa. fcrt ; J, F, Kenr
Co. O, tOth N T. eftf.i V-m. W1e, Co. A, Uth Fa
eT.( Wm Rltehle. Co I sid r it V. R. C-i Jod
than JMkioo. CO. 31, S4th Tt.X. finr.i Frank O.
Dolph. Co r,lWNY, chr. TAwvA Wilton, Btt.
B, N. i .ut.f A. f Chit Co. k U Vt Rrt.l Htnnr
& Urodtcrd. Co, A. I8'h Fa ear I Joho W. Dtl
oa, Co. A ltnh Pa. ear.i Wm. l.riro, Co H, fid
N. Y voli I Mdaenf Koie. Co. F, 101, Ohio TOll (
Thomai w, Glautfin, lit IM. art Edtr n M. rratr.
Itt Maine art! George fttniomf, Co, A, (lit
N. Y toIi i lernatd itoie, iMth N. V. role
Arthur J. P. Tn, lit Fi-nn. art.i Jno.A RolUoe.
Co. D, llth N. Y. ear I John F. rtkloi. Co. L, lit
Maine ear Charles Drown, Co, n, th Maine
roll i Tbadleui Brown, 10th N Y ear 1 JMhoa
Turner, ltth mlmvot V. R. Ci rnitle C. Oiter
hnuett. Co. D, 10 'h N. Y. roll t T. J. Carrier, f h
Maine nat i Jamee J. Hnundstn, ltth retrtment V.
R. C i Joseph CaoneM. uth N. V.eaq W, H. Mel
ker, Co. I, Hit K. Y. taIi i William H. Brooke,
1 C, Uth Penn. role t Tho . Spratne. Mth Man,
toIp t Daniel Monroe, MJ Penn. ro'e i Wm.Gonld,
let D a ear Truman Kmenoo, litreglmeot V.
The total namDejr of deaths durlor the month of
Tbi L'oxOKBft'i Iwquest. Iq the cue of
OTuraarcs yinn urn van, w noeo ueam waa produeed
by an ailejted abortion, the onronrs Jury rendered
thefoilowipf Terdleti The Jury fl A that the laid
Margaret Ann Du a 1 died about t o'clock on the
mor -lj. of May 4tb. t8l. that the inqueet waa or
dered on aceunt of various reportaaffeetlnctlie
eharteterof dee-wedandthe wanner of her dethi
and aner patient heartnrof the teiUmony and a
thorouRh loreatlicatloa of the faete.and after a
pwf aMrfrn examination by Dre Stone. Dub .me).
Herbert and Borrows, we do And the eiui. of in.-
death toharo been the dlseaie known aip'euro
pneumonta. the apparaneeof tht lunt-elndlottlos;
alunr eiitterte of tbedliease. And we do fur
ther Had 'that deceased waa 91 yeara of ate, and
unmarried, end that eh had no property, ttelnx
Miyiaueui wjva aaici AaaaMC4 tSaUU UK V)ajU IBUVII iVK
Tni ntTTCBiveoiii. Thla pioneer band of
minstrels fire a concert at Odd Fellows Hill this
creator, which shoo Id attract haU-full of peo-
JM aVlUaa) iUnj AaUtCUlUXJBal Urit VltaTbtTU lO UO
eonert field nneompeny has suseeeded In fflrlns;
ireater latcrcst to mu ileal entertainments than
this. Hundreds of thousands have been thrilled
by their alnglnr, aa bundreds wilt be to-night.
Bail Proco rid. Ella Jackson, who was
arrested upon tbe charge of aislstloc tn the abor
tion of Miss DurU. was released this ifrernnon
from custody, bvll In tbe eum of giooo being
tendered by C. W. Mitchell. Kq , and accepted.
Nw Ditail. Capt. Wm. W. Ho?er. of the
Veteran Reeerre Corpe. h-a been detailed as Act
ios Assistant Adjutant General, and o dared to
take charge of tbe officers' transportation a d
pass bureau,, to take tho place of Capt Montgom
-tj. rt-i.-iivu awou vrucrvu 19 join uen. aiocum u
Waku. Vni I To-dav old Sol haa ahovn
himself quite familiar with the Inhabitants of
lemjinna, ana nae aaea down Lie rays with eueh
rigor as to make us put off our winter and spring
clothing and ciuse us to seek refuge under thin
ner fabrics. Soda water, sherry cobblers, and
light bra jdy s mashes aro In order.
Tni Ttjbt. TrotUojr at the National Count,
Washington. D. C,, May 5, IMt, IMrte and stake.
A. P. House entered Ldy Hamlin, ...
J Cudney enUre1 BUI Steel
11. M Bennett entered Gn Arerlll...
..1 I 1
..1 t s
Sintbncs Bear s did. Br dlroetlon of the
rresldrnt ol tho United gtafce tbeeaeeutlon of
ineacain senenoi (wnien was to nare oren car
ried lata elT el to-dav 1 of PrlvatH 1 ht.mii Cuala.
Co D. and James Gray, Co. A, 16th New York d-
Sincere, now In confinement at the Central Guaid
ouse tnthls city, hss been suspended until fur-
MDSIC AT TBI P&UIDIMT'S Hors. The
band of the Marine Corps will play on the lawn
uuin oi inn rriiuca nnuie iomorrow loaiur-
day) alternoon, from 4 to f o'clock.
AtUTlU AKD CLsuxAtoa.CctTOis.IIouii.
roBT or Globoetowk. d. CX. Mat t-1carwli
r Gi.oaar.Towx. D. C Mat e. Cleared:
lot, Williams, Mattawomani aah. Uwe.0,
,stafortbyisah M'B.ll.n, Cranmsr. Jsr
I sloop Sea , Httby, Vhll'ai a oh. A. Slaw
amt, hew Yorai .teameri. Halt, Pacawa-
'albrlrl JaW.tt. Rrl. rL.atnni aah Ma.
art. Ahramt. srw Yorht at.amar J. Halt. Puin.
l ter. rhU'ni brlr I J.w.tt, Reed. Diatom aen. Ma.
ryland, rotwell, St. Marv'aiBch. Mrehanls. Cryer,
do sch. Ibrta sitter., Paiker, Hsvre-de-Qras..
ALEXANDRIA N E W S .
-tt. . .
AXBITAIJ AXD CLliniNCII. UuSTOU-TIODSl.
roarer Alxiasdbu, Va , Mat . Atrlred i
ineareot Bieamer naofcr, uranr, H. Y.i sch.
man jLiiinvio, uavraer. ao.) sen, i. u. nenry,
L oyd, Kratordj sen. Florence. Outhe. do.
Platrlet lupreme Conrt In Bemltr.
- ' -, ui aiimti r t r iiugr.Di
Kmi a inn vv aoi k. neirsoi jwtenoias u. van
7niJt, of ernith cd De KraOl Helraot Maria
Wood Van Z.ndT, and of Morelandw. filorcland,
decrees fur trustees to sell.
in me oase ot oonri i.tt. urown tt at., an
ordrr anDolntlm Georca W. DuTatl. nf nnrn.
aril at BarT I a,va,Jf;..M.
District Supremo Courtla Duc.
ifdtf i Tha nuinl C V. W. (.HMn . intlrs.
J. BlacK. reolerln. the defendant bv fall alttiroav.
Mr. Miller, withdrew his motion to nuaih the pro
ooedlDislatLls cause Died May 3, and filed his
pleas to tbe actln, to wit: l. That he did not take
the goods and chattels In the declaration men
tioned, s. That the property of tbe goods at the
time or the taliloK was in the defendant, s That
at said time the property In the goods and chattels
was In a stranger. Adjourned.
In this city, on Wednesday, May s. 184 , by
Dr. Butler, B A. Fitch, of Onlo, to Mlts Ki.1
tvui..,ui iiunaio, xicst iorn.
DIITHICT OF COLUMBIA, VrASHINQTON
COUNTY, TO WITI
Ordered, on application, that ths admldlstrator
of John Douglas, deceased, sell at public auction
the personal estate belonging to said deceased, for
cashi first glrinr notice of tbe time and place of
sale by advt tiling the same tiVfe times In tbe
Ntiotut lttUlgncr, Nino .u i Rutilicah. and
jUtttidip Str, published In the ctty of Washlogtoo,
and In ihe JV w York Daily Ihrnli. published In New
York city, prior to the day of said sale.
A true copy.
Testt X C. BOBBINS, Rogistsr of Willi,
By virtue tf the foregoing order of tht Orphans1
2SY&X wXl "ijp h t public austlon on
TUB! DAY nsxt, Msy is, eommeoclngal 10 o'clock,
on square No 1 1, near Boundary strtst,bctiren
Tweutiethaad lwentyhrst strsts,lnthasltyof
vrasrington,lathe Dlstrlstof Columbia, a large
quantity of tbe finest plants In the United1 Itetes,
consisting of -Tapoolsae and Cape Jess ami nee.
m;-j. Alm'j , j.jin Doug Us, dseeascA,
fr--IFandrv rlr-Tk.e tAUm f the
rauadrv Methodist EDlseonat Char lb annoaneo
tn the public that 1bU"F1t will bo opeootl oa
wrDNEIOAT JEVKN1HO, May 4, In tht ehnreh
hut Id lor, eoratr of rourteentb anl O streets. Tht
rroeMds t this ralr will he applied tothttroe
loo or tho new Tomadry Churih. ffeacoa tlcketc,
ad ai Ut log a a4 and gentleman, fl to tt pro
cured of the ladles of the church lleglt edmla-
tvsVyrderof thi AssoslaUon.
mye-dtf f A. O. B-, teeielary.
C O-The YsACsleo nt tha CnlTnry Paptlst
Church enntlaue their Fair at Trinity Mali, on
ruth afreet, between D and , where to pales aro
sparod to render Uo eat rial a neat pleasant ui
agtecahlt. A Band ef Mode la attendance,
Tlcketc to eentsi children half price.. iyMt
. tt" XHeoneoo et tho jWerTone Seminal,
urinary and teiual trsteme etew aad rellablt
treat sen tla Keports of the flUVTAID AtSOCIi
TIUN teat hy ntll la eealed letter MTcIopeCa,
free of charge.- Address. Dr.. fXILUN HOUUM
TO, Howard 'Aeee-Heile... Ke. Mith Math
street, rhlladelyaJa, m. ' tasiy
rTh0nfeltafl aj.,4 Blxperlenee nf
l Ihtalto. rubllahed lor tht benefit, and aa a
warnlag and a cavno to to ceo mu who enter
IYom Herrsma PeMllty. rreeaaturo Doeay of Man
hood, etc., sappljUg ai thj came Mas tmm wmaae
or eiur eunn. By one who has cured hlmteir of
tor hetne put to groat expenso end UJeiry throagWc
nedleal humbug and ouaekery i
Vy enclosing a poet-yaldeHreeea4 enTotopo,
KAtfttJ WJAtBt taaVatr VW aSBMA l ) W11MSBH.
MATRAKnL MATFAI1, BwO
ttwojoni. aun tajnarr n. x.
Ef"U. J Wllhlns. m..
lints AmiI f iaa Oraak fci
pointed Ageal of tka Oreat tfeaasylTaaia Beaie,
eleokrO. Morton, to Uke ereetea thewtsitut.
MrWtlkUs has heeasoneteted with the On.se, at
tho corner f Btxth street Oad reaasytTanlaaro-
nati during tbe past two years, aad l$ thoroughly
eon rers ant with tee huilaaee oftht route I a
Its departmeats. All apUeat.eaa fer laforaaMoi,
tlcketc. he . muct he M J rested tt nl. Wilxim,
Agent Preai rtnnsylTanU Beute, tixtl street an!
reaocjiTaniaiaTeaii.,,-, .t m, iuunu.
General racieageAcent, Oraat r snAa. IU),
DOCTOR BA(ltIMfli BBACK THUIl electa
either a radical cure or etmtortaeiyTrtUU tht
most pslnful flernta ly'a aewynaetpieiwleTehy
ihe whole body It strength eaod tad a eeeoairoy htrt
ttVio epDO.lref.ee Is fHTalla,'wlth iat light
pressure, without pain ta- the wearer. By 1W nee
.aeoyso.dimtiTttteoaUf-lea reettred Htht
ssry-t. :;, :A'.xij. '
Doctor Barney ho eoasnlteTaatU the Kh of May,
at tht National Jleiel, betwoen tht honri eta and
TO lUyriRIIITBOM MSBTIIA.
(JtAiitiAL Mctki, May lt !,
Ui.ereIJUXnetfMn II la del j which I awe
to the world tt aay that fer years my life haa been
constantly endangered ty'a most paltfal Hernia,
which has .resisted, 'emy' yarlelyef Trass f hat
that Doe'or Baaalng's Brass Trass has eetee, ttko
a charm, and restored me eta Ufeef (.aergynnd
uteruuess. My adveM is u twees, between
Eighth and HLathsT T. KUIT,
myt-tt Coadactor VT, and 0. B, IL Ct.
Doctor B, ib ay bo consulted until tht 71h ef May,
at tha National Hotel, between the hours of and
o'clock p. ., for 'the application of his bract
truss and his uterl&t, abdominal, tpiaal, end sheet
brace. , myttit
t9Lyon'a KnthnlrniaKnthnlrom la
from the Greek word Uthro,M trKaUairt,"
elgaliying to steanle, raTeaatt and reetoret, Thla
article la what lie name stgmlOM. Jftrpreeerrlng,
restoring and beautlfyUi thejiamah hair It la the
most remarkable preparation In the world. It tc
again owned aad pat ap by the orlgtaal prootletor
aad Is now made wtth tht same care, skill aad at
tention which gare It a salt of orer one million
bottles per aaaum.
It Is a most delightful Hair Dreednf.
It tradlsatee scurf aad daadrar.
It seeps tht head cool aad clean.
It makee tho hair risk, sft and gloesy.
It prereate tht hair from falling oft and turnU
It restores hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who t aloes a aoautUul
head of hair should ose Lyon'i Kathalroe. It Ls
known and used throughout tha drlllied world
old hy all respectable dealers.
Din A I . BARNBI k. CO.,
-IIeltntroot'iiJUttmltnblt IInr Iteetor
atiti, nor A Dili hat uteres gray hatr to Its
original color, by enpptytag tLo capillary htbeo
with natural sustenance, Impaired by agt or dis
ease. AU iwifenJowsenteVee are composed of tour
eaxulic, destroying the Tltallty and beauty of the
hair, and afford of themselves at dressing. Beim
street's InlmlUble Colorlag net only restoree hair
to Itn, natural selor by an easy prossss, bnt gtree
tbe hair a LUXpRUXT BZAUTT, promoUs lie
growth, prerents ttc falling or, tradldatee daa
druff, and Imparts nealth and pleasaataess to the
head. It haa stood th i tme, being tht tst
gtnal Ralr Coloring, aad ls etastaatty Increasing
Infaror. Ciedby both geatlemea aad ladlee. It
lssold by all respectable dealcre, or sanbt pro
cured by them of the commercial agents,
Ot Broadway, New Tork.
Twe slsss, ao cents and L
Cf-llacnn Mnfmotln plm,-TIUa U the
most delghtfnl aad extraordinary article erer die
eorered. It shangae tha sna-burnt fact and hands
to a pearly satin texture of rat Utile beauty, im
parting ttt marble parity ol yonth, and Ihe rfesMtv
fwtappeereaec so Inrltlag la the city belle of
fashion. It remorea tea, (reeklee, pimples and
roughness from the skla, leering Ike eomplenloa
fresh. Iran i parent and smooth. It contains no
material Injuries to tho'akin. Patronised by Act
resses and Opera lingers. It is what orery lady
should hart. Boll erery where.
Prepared by W.X. RAQAK, Trey, sT. T.
Address all orders to
DBUAB B. BARNtl h OO.,
nr-Hexlean lfnatnna; Liniment. -The
parties in It, Loala and Claclnaatl,who hare been
counter f si tU tht Mustang tialment under pre
tence of proprietorship, hart been thoroughly es
topped by tha courts. Tt guard agalast further
Imposition, I hare procured from the United lutes
Treasury a private steel plate revenue stamp,
which Is placed over the top of eahbjMle. Bach
stamp heart the timik tf my slgoeturt, and
wltbont which tht article Is a eouatorrett, danger
ous and worthless lmltatloa. Kxamlne erery bot
tle. This Unlmsnt haa been In use and growing
In faror for many years. There hardly exists a
hamlet oa the habitable glebe that doee act eon
tela oTldenseef Its wonderful effects ft Is the
beslemoUeot In the world. With ltc present lm
proved Isgredlents, Its eBTecte upon man aad beast
aro perfectly remarkable, lores aro healed, paint
relieved, llvss eared, valuable animals made net
ful, and untold Ills assuagsd. For sate, braises,
spretos. rheurattUn. ewelllngs, bites, caked
breasts, strained heme, he., tt Is a sortrt.gn
remedy that should never be dispensed with. Jt
should bt lanvtry family. Bold by all drugglsta,
feto-eolm D. I. BARN IS New York.
itt S -T.lBG-r.-Drake'e PInmtntiom
They purify, strsogthsa and Urlgtratt.
They create a healthy appetite.
They art aa aatldote to change of water aed tftel
Tbey overcome offects of dissipation and late
Tbsy strengthen the system and alive the
They prevent mlaematic aad Intermittent fsvon.
Therourlfr tha breath and acidity of the sten
Tbey curt Dyspepsia and ooastipatioa.
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus'
They euro Liver Complaint and Nerrous Head-
TUeySre tbs best Bitters tn the world. Theymakt
the weak man strong, and art exhausted nature's
freat restorer. Tbey are eonposed ef the de
rated Calls sy a Bark, Cassartlla lark, Dandelion,
Chamomile Flowsrs, Larsnder Flowers. Winter
green, Anise, Clover-buds, Oraarc Peel. Inake
root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock, I. T, iaw
Tbe foUowlaf u I sample ef tne tectlmeay daOy
CincmaaTi, 0.,Jaa. II. !. I
hart glvsn your Plantation Blttc'e to hunditMU
our noble Boldlere who stop here, more or lei
disabled from various sauces, and thee-feet Is most
Burretous and gratifying.
lush a preparation as this la I heartily ..itilk
erery family, la every hospital, aad at hand on
orery bttlM m. W. D. Ananxws,