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Tnre DAILY NATIONAL RBFVBUOll
It pnrjll.bed exerj artwnoon (aandljrt'dxMft
d) by W.J. McBHon&Co., Dd Ufornlihoc?
to onr anrncrlben (bj c.rrler.) it pi emu pr
ttk, or K cant, fief moili.
Mall .nb.cr.bar.,,10 00 per annum 18 W
for ilx tnontba, and MX for Ihrct tuostbt, In
tarlably to adTaor.
Blotjle coplM, TnBii Cmrrs.
On, jnar, torn day, ug.
Ooaaqoare, fjor daji.., ; jjj
On, (quart, flradajt, ,, ' ' JJ
Onalqtlare, llidaja.,,..., ' ..'.'.! ijf
Ereri other d.V adTertl.e'raaat. an '...
addIUon.1. ' a-.-..
TWIca week, 73 per crat addltloail. J
Xltbt Hnea or leaa commute a agtara.
AcfrertlaamenU ahonld ra hafldadla k a
WASHINGTON. D. CM SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 18G4.
o'clock, n. ,
1)tlUrnSAT.H FOB MAIL BrEAMBHIP
Post Orriri DcrAK-nif wt,
CTASHIIIOTOX, Juoe 17, 1&S4. i
to aecordenc with trie provisoes of the Ml ol
Congress, Approved Msy 34,1381, which ilia the;
words following, to wit t
MAii acTtn AfitrmrltMhe establishment of oeeswt
mli steamship rervlee betwren tho United
alna aa.it U... I It
"w Uftafcff tKM5Mifna uouiiof Rtprrtrtua
ttitoftht Inltti Votnof AmnUa, f Wre
tembltd, That t e Vnatmter OooerAl he, lad he IS
herrby, authorized to uol'e with the General Post
Office ieiartrtiDt.f the Kmpireof Brazll.or iueh
orrirer of the Government of Brsili At shall be Au
thorized to act for tht Government, in eatabiiih
Insitlreet mall eomrnuaeAt.on between the two
countries by mean of monthly iloe of flftt elsas
American texitoloff steam l.l.ts, to h of not leea
ttuntwo thouiand torn burden eAch, And ot suf
ficient number to perform tw ve round trp nr
voyaccs per Annum r.etween a port oi the un ted
States, north f the Poti.m river, eoff tiled J
nelrn, la Brazil, to.i hloff At Satnt Thorn aa, la tb
V eat 1nal.es, At tUbtA, t roambuen, and euob other
n at.liAQAnd Intermediate twirl or iort as shall
tie ronaltltred necettsry ana rpedlent Provided,
Thattheex.nseof th service -.U.r divided
bet een the two UoveronAa1! ao-1 tht the Uni
ted Stttri portion thereof ibAll not exeeM the
um nTooe hundred od flfty tbnuiad dot) Are for
the perf irroA eof twelve rouad tripe per Annum,
to Ih) pild out of Any mnnev ApproprlAte4 for the
erf toe of the Pue trttle DepArtmentav
'8o.3 Andtt itwihir tnaettd, ThAt the Fait
nitaier Georr! tie. toil he ! berchv. Authorized
to lovjte prnpntAti f r eAld m11 ttemabip eervlee
by puOle Advert! lenteot for the period of ilxty
(Iti in one or more ru-wiprnpere paMiihed ta the
e tire of Weibtncton. lultlmore. PallAdel hl
New Vtfk, And i oi'od, retpectlvrlfi n(T to con-
irei wnn IQ" inwni reipiasiuiv nmur ir mt
imelor a term of ten vert, tovonmeavefroa.
the iey the tint itnreilp ot tht propoeed lin
h1l depart from the U lteJ StVe wltb the djaIIi
fur Brazil t "rovlddt TfiAt p ontiMi for monthly
trli.aih t U iniRT. tnt twlv round t nvftvee oer
Annum, nut And hofc Are reelvel end eeoepted
by blit wl Mn the limit at fo etAtd, froaapArtj
ir prtlee nf uodiuhtrt reipoatlbtUty, poeaeeinir
Aoaiile Ability to furolth the eieAnelupe required
tor the eer tee a d odor I or Rood end utAolent
uretlet f"r the Ut hfa pcrrorraAooe f iuoii eoa
trACt And prurWrrf.brerr, Tbtt cli propoatle
hAll he nceitctl by the Government of Belli,
Ann liititiitM ci Anu epArAieeoairRae wim cngn
Uovrrnn'eiit, e n Inlnic 1ml Ar provtalooe. hll
be eneeute1 by uh aeceptd M 1dT or bidderai
each O'tvernment to be rce,na,tr.l only forlta
proportion ol he uial,y to Imi t'Al'l for tbe ' lee.
"ee I, A& bt U jutther tiacitd, IliA' Any 0OU
true wh .h 'he Poi nitaier Ucuerl n eyexee iU
tiider the Autbmlty of tbl ao ahiillto into effeit
on or bfform the Urat dy o' HepUmoer. O'te tbou
anl elaht hu cred And ilxtvflvei And ahll, In
A'dltlon tn the uaUAl atlpul Mont of nceQ All
eteme lpaontroti, provide tht the atemahlpa
orteird lor tne aervice ahll bo eonatrneted of the
bat DKtoMtla Anl A(er the moat Approved mo lei,
with All the modern Imurnvemeate Adapted for
eet-tolrigateAmahli-aol the flrat cImii end abAtl,
bel re trir appronl And asco tAnoe by the foat
tafti'er Genernl bo etibjeet to lntpeetlon end ur
tey by ao eprienoeil i'Avloooitractor, to bede
tAiVd for thit purpose by the S eretery of the
Navv, wbote report ibAll he made tothe roatmAe
ter Uucrli tht the two Giiieraoienti aball be
entitled tn have tratif Dortel free of exoena. on
each and every steamer a mall Agent to Uechare
ol an arranra the mall matter, tn wbou aultahie
AecimnioUtii for that purpose ah 'It be aaltned
vox in case ui ituure iruu any naaie i prnurui
anv 01 the rea-ular moothK vovees atloulated for
in the contract, po rUdeduoton shall be made
Iromthe Cooipeotatloo oa Aeount of ueh omit
tel vot At; or voyacrsi the sultAble tlnri And pen
Altl"s mev le Impoeed foi delate end Irrearulatl'lea
lo the rrK'iUr petloruanceof the eervlee eooord
Ins; to coutrae ( and that the Postmaster GcnerAl
sitll havo tbo power to deter ml e the contract At
any time, In cae of lt being underlet or Atilf ned
to any o her party ,
&ee.4 And IV it further enacted, ThAt the msll
seaiuahl employed In It e service Authorized by
tiila act an All lieexeaipt from ell port chances end
ouetom hi uie du e At the port of departure And
arrival In trio Unite I StAtei! Prouidtd. That A aim
liar i it ni unity fiom port char j't Audeus omhoute
nun is Rianiro uy 'no liovrrainroi oi crain
"AppiOTcd, WAy 29, IBM."
wl 1 be received At the Tost uOloe Drpsrlment, In
the city of UaaMi.cton, until 3 o'elocU p m. ol
SATUiUMY.tbe urstdeyof uctotxr, lwi, tor n-
veyinf the raaili of the United StAiea by a
monthly Hue of nrBt'Ass Aincrlean tes-fotni
ste mahlps of nut leas lhaa two thouasnd vons
burden, each, and vt sutl. lent number to perform
twelve round voynges ptrennun between a port
of tbo Unite 1 Stttft north ot the PotomAe rler
n I lUo de Jauelro, In Crait), touchlns; At St.
Thomas, In the Wett Indus, And At BablA And Trr
nsmbuco, la Ufaril, for a contract term of ten
)ears, to commence on or before the lat day ol
September, ISoo, And to date from the dty the Urat
teamsli'p of such line shall lesre the t'uited
tat s with the cimli for Brss'l.
B d !r rs ruuat designate the United States port ol
departure end arrival, and may. At th ir option,
pMioae to embrace Add tioual mtermtrdiate ports
t which Ihesteaablpa shall touth no thel out
wa d or homeward passAgea. to deliver and re
raob Md ahonld cam the tlmepropoaedto te
occupied tu perfuriuluff the pAssasjes, each WAy,
Im wefii the UuHed S'Atea poit nr depArturo and
niritrtlAud R ode Jtaetro, And should be Aesom-
fa led by a map or dlAtjrAni of the route, snowies;
he intermediate ports At which the staAmshlpe
are tot II to iicllt trend reaelte nulla. Sobedu.es
ot the sal ins: dA)s, Btatlux tbe propo d dA)t And
hours i f dt-pa ture from each port as well as the
propoard days end hours of Arrival, should Alio
rnnntnc Urtch h di such sflhediilcB. boweter. to
be suijeqt to the approval of the Toat Depart
mri.iaui iie rwapvoiivti suuuiriva, auu tu an era
tmnhtraald Dfuarttne'itaJromtlme ti Ime. as the
laterears uf t e propoaid tuternailonal postal ssr
Men uiav requiru
1 be -teojhMs off-red for this aervlee must be
Amarltian atearuers of the first elasi. And befor
vcerptDCs whl rm su ect u ictp etlon At.d sur
vy by ah experienced nival coitstruetor, to be
detaiiidfor that purpose t tbe Secictury of the
P oiKisats muat conform lo all respects to the
prnvisious Ami requirements of th-t aforfiaM act,
aioirnvfd MivUh. ihfll. ami must be orotierlT
guarantied, with a BAtisuatory teattmonlal that
tbe rua Auturs are uio ol pioprtt, and Abund
nitiyail tt make food their Kjarantoe I lis
bldtle 's nme Aid rrsldxooe, and th na teofeacb
meiiabfr of tne Hr, when a company otTere, should
be ntinna ly Mat. d lo tlu prep aal.
The acurpt Ance or nt.iracoepiaoc-' ol the bids will
be itteriuluHl by tbe rostmaster Geueral as soon
as prautica loat'rr he time lmited lor thele re
eeplont but no priHisa! etn be accepted by this
Department uulrss the bidder Is Also acoepied by
th liotrruinent ol llrnall, as provide.! lo? la tt.c
eloresaldAct. And In caa 0 such joint Acoepu
Aiwe, iilstloflt a d srparte contracts are o bu ex
eou'ed by the a cepted bidder or bldilers WitheaQ
Cover nieot,eo itAinie- slniUr piovlsloos, each
Oovtrnoifiit tobtfrvapoiiBiU' for only Its prupur
tlou ol ibe subdv to be ptld for the aervlc .
fOiiisi's should he sent, under seal, n"7h(
lrst APSis'Atit roatniatter General, ' "F'Te'en
Jak,, with the words Als7 Hrotia ttorttgn
Mutt ' wutteu uu tie face nl the ed rcssi and ihej
shuull ldpattl.td In timo to be rtceUtdby or
U-imelh ilr.t day nr twob r next, whlcn will he
ih i-st (lav for Hoenlngi ropoSkls uodrr this ad
Tertlsement, M. DLA.1II,
Poet ma a er ben ral.
NurL. Title Uepirtm'ut Is notadvlaed IhatAny
dell lie act on haa et neen tAltvn ly the Go ern
ificut ol llratll in teaoect to the csiabllsbnient ol
tbe p nposiMi steAiushlii service between the two
counirltB.titit It ia prob.Me that by tbe 1st ofOo
tuter next, tn I Inn l UkmI lor the receptio i ol pro-
1oaals under thl Adertlafuicnt, certain Informa-
n aa, at.ira.AI Will fiuu. li.jar, raiA.ll.fr 1
Wntri rncelved. It will te mada public.
pilOPOSAI.8 FUR FUKL.
Tnnirnv TJf PAHTUHNT. Aut. 13. 198L
Prnn.aiawi i be r. eciveil lor the delivery, lor
the us. of tbe Di artment, ol About soo tots of
brtt .lu.ilty WHIltf ASH ANrttnACIieiUtL,
ii,tti ibe.,) furnace nr tU.tla.oni Compans's
CiMprfjrred Aid f r abjut 330 tons LiKtNM
V lLkV ItKI) tl,eTic sire, all to be weighed at
the Ireaaury sotW to lio delivered t tb Treaa.
ury Diilldius; any time bef ite the 3Jth September,
at wiia ever p"lrit riealirnnltfJ
AUo f r about .0 cords of boat quality FINE
Wiitll), to be delivered At such tto-rs as may bo
required, and corded audnunsuud upon the pi em
rids will horroeUed until MONDAY, the Stth
Inattut, Addresacd to the General superintendent
of the LIuilJluK, uuder aq ene.oi Aidreaael tn
the Srcittary of the licasurr. ar-dheionauirrrd
blndii ir lor two weeks aftt-r that da) the Ue, art-
meui ie.ertiniiint rini torrjeoi au or nnypor
tlnnoft e bids received. AU)71ti9
WfATISH ItUUlSTltAH'rt UKK.cE.
y JUL. 29 itM This ulVce having been ne-
0i aaarii, cio i mr arvrrai uai tiurmg kij preaeui
month, tha t.mef rr eeip,r water rents la ex
tended m the lut August, After which dale tbe
wattr will he ahut ott 1 oui nil premlaes of which
tb HAtcr rstluspaiu. noiurrnrr notice will
ke given. jtannur-ri uuIJC,
J;s-4 Water ItsgUuar,
TUB VnEHIOKNT OF TUB
UM TED STATU.
loMirBUMieeef lew. I, aBAHm LINCOLN,
Pre! lent of the United States of Aertse, do here
by declare end nke knon that pnblie sales will
be held At the undermentioned Laod ofQeee tn tbe
stA'e of MlnnesotA. at the perlodf berelaafter
At the Lind OtBce et MINNEAPOLIS, eAmmene-
inar Art MHN n a V tha fifth da off otetbr DClt
lor tneaiaposAi oi ine puoiie ianu wiwim '"
lOWing TOWDBOipS Al a pans Ol iowniuir
AorfA cf the toir Itnr entf well of Ifte Jfl yvintip&l
TTham av 1 ah,l (Ha U LI nf tt'Ml Si the N If Of
...i . .fi.-..M mi Aflnna it and9tt the
N )( of xatloii 31 ac.tlooa 37, 39, II, and , or
towolblpllT, of raac.35.
Sretloaal.a M, a, II, II, 18, anl I7 lb; NK (
.f .ar lea 90,of towoaklp lit) .eetlora !, 31, M,
39,r7,3,ll,M,aoiU,ol 'owailUP H7i th Hi
. , aoa in. aib X oi ." ,
towalhlp 118 of laoga . . ...v-..
sotloo. I, , . 1. a, 11, It. U. and 17 th N U of
.ration I., lia N M of aMtloo 31, and tha N J. of
Motion U, of lowmhlp IHltha J ol .action II,
IM I H of atl..n M, Uia K of .Mllon 31, and
eatlonaW, 37,31, ll.li, and as, oltowmhlp 1171
lhaa U A v. aad
aA.fcaiahiM I al tt annaral Vt
I U) , mrt ,-tv -i,.
"K VI".' 1 .?"i.. it..af t e ...41...
la, of town.blp lll ...tloo. I,., 5,1. 1.tl, !,;;, ,
til it. 31 u.3.37.ia.il.i.aadiS,of loriutiipll7, .
ieeiunsi,e.e,e. 11, awm " n v ':;'""
of ratio is. ,.,.
imS "? KM, TirS.Si s7,S.ii; ,, a uio.
inamahln 111 nf frranarai 00.
uallona' 1, , , 7, 1, II, II, IS, 17. II, 31, M, 3d, 57,
n,aadU,oftoi.a.blpll7 ofrutalo. . .
Wlon. 1,1, (.7. 1, tl.lt, la. 17, 'l''';1"d
15, of township 117t and MQtlnoa35,3T;3!,a!,U,
.ad IS, nf towo.blp US, of range II.
Motion. 1. 1, 5,7. n, tt,u, is, nod 17, of town.hlp
II7 aoa .ct on. is, 37, 31, 11, II, and 55, ot town
al,.' lMVlaaBj ,. .... .
Wrttin. 1, 1, 5. 7, 1, II, II. 15, and 17 Iha N li of
anion Hi tna N ! of ...tlnn 3I th N it or m f
tloo 31, of towfl.Mp tilt ...t on. 35, 37, n, II, II,
aod IS, of townahlit 118, of rant a II
Sextlon. 1, 1, 5. 7 I, II. II, IS, 17. II, 31,and3l
tbe N X of .m Ion 37 and .action v of town.hlp
II7( a.ctlooa 35, 37, 21, it, si, and 15, of town.blp
,14. f .n.. 1
"2 "' -- . . .....
IliJioili.lM'iJ nMi..ii and1 tn. M Z of .
II, II, 3J, 6 37, and 31, of ..ctl"n II t tha N U l
"tow" Si? ilSriio'.1"', .! J.".!"!, li. 15. 17, '
it, 91, u, lb, ar, And 39, of townabip UT, of range .
Townships lit And U7 sestloos 19, 31, 33, 35, 27,
if, St, ir And Aft. of towoahlp 118, ot raise ST. I
Town al. Itia lit. 1 17. a 'id I IS. srCtlOOB . B. 19. 30l
and 3 Jt the S K SR kd ht svv ', of Mt1on 34,
seations t$, , 39, 10, 1', SH, SJ, end Si, of towoahlp
lie, oi ranra so-
atih inri nni-eat ST. CLOUD, eimmensloc
on MONDAY, the nfteenthdayof Aucuat next Mr
the iiapoeai or the pumie lantis-wunin ui iouow
log parts of township s, vln
borth of the bote tin and wit of tto JiflK prtndfal
Sections ? end 17 the N H of seetlon 19, end the
K of seetion St, nf townabip 131, of ranee 28.
-",.. .. a. a. ..J . Ika fa. I'dt
snunni lis,.?, i, , n, ia, ti, io u .u-,v.
eetlontt, the N ,'ol scetloe3l, end the H H of
.ecuon!,oriowoibip.3i sesuons i, , muw,
if lAavnahln in. nf ran ra 39. a
Sections t. S. 6, 7. , 11, IS, 15, And 17 the N X of
seetlno 19, the N H of seottoo tl, end the N or
sea Ion 3S. of township I'll sections 29,I1,SS end
so, oitownsnip in, oi rAo.ce au. . . K(
a.aMnnil.1 T. . II. 11. IS. and 17l And the N
: of section SS, of township l'liseei Ions 19 end 31i
the S H or seetlon t aeetlo e SA, ST, S9, SI, 15, end
S3 of townsbtp 193 nf ranee SI,
sesuons l, i, o 7, , u, is, io. nnu t (. oi uiwoauip
131 1 the 8 W f seotloo 1S tbe 8 M of section IA, the
K of aectlon IT( sections 19,31 3S 39. 37,29, SI,
U, and S5, or township !33,.of range 33.
SeeUone 1, 1, 6, 7, 9, II, It 10, Aod 17,of township
I3lt the S K or section II, the S X ol aectlon tSi the
e it or section 17) sections 19, 31, s, 3S,3T, 39, SI, IS
aq 1 ss of township irt, or rane S3..
191 acettOUB 19,31, 33,38,37,39,91,33, And 10, of
towoahlp 133, ol rens;e Si.
Sections 1, S, 0, 7, 9, It, IS, IS, end 17, of township
131 sections 8ft, 37,11,11, and SA,ol tewnshlp-ua,
naiinni i . m n. -i v. ii n. id. Baa 11. ui luwiiauii'
See.TooB 1 1, 7, 9, 11, IS, AndlMbe N ii of sec
tion 17, of township 1H section 7 the W o(to
Hon ISiseCtlnns 17, I9,l, 33, 38, 27,3131, 33, And
S. of township 123, of rAnjie
Th le i thn n w i. and the N li 8W V. or aec
tion I, or towoahlp lit i sections 1,9. 6, 7,9, It, II,
19.17,31,33,30,37, end of townal.lp li sec
tions 7, 17, 19, 31, 37, 39, SI, 13, and 33, ol towoahlp
ivj, or range '
ItiaEu MK '.ofsecUon I, of township 131 1
sections I end ll.of townsHlp IOiUjiVVi, ol
arct on 1 f sections J, 0, 7, 9,
15, IT, 31, end
l i the N li of se -tlon 37, And seetlon S3, of town
ship 133 sestloos IS, u, 13,19,39,11, and IS, of
township 131, of ranee S3.
Lands appropriated by Iaw for thoue of schools,
mllltarTi and other purposes, together with selee
uonsof swamp lands tile In your office by the
surteyor ueneraia win o moiuucu imm m !.
Do nlfaflnl rt tha ahOtM lands Will bSMIQa
mencedonthedAys Appointed, aod will prooeed.
In the order In which they are Advertised, until
the whole shall have been offered end tha sale thus
. A.atrt.rtut t a aata ahall not oakent oneo loncer
than to weeks, end no pitvAte entry ot any of
the lands will be Admitted until After the eiplra
tlonnf the two weeks.
Ulven under my ne a, a me eiiyoi waauiua-
... .a .. ...it ba llAmlal An.lltAii
.1,1,1 duad.l ua l'T-''., , ,rrlI
inn. inn imn uv ui audi, niiuu uuiuiui w .aauu-
By the Frealdenti
J. M. EDMONDS,
Commlaaloner of the General Land Office,
K-nTrrr Tn actitaL bsttLERS.
AUbtTne Ait actual settlements under eilatlng;
Us, subsisting i nor io ana up io lucuaie ui iu.
n.nianitir,n tslll ha raeorBliadt and All such
settlers Are hereby called upon to come forward
and eatabllsb And enter their cist me with the
RrRiater end Hcceiver oeroro ine oay uaeu in w
fjrcao nafor theoomienft-mentof thepub losale.
J. M. EDMUNDS, Commlaatoaer,
foTB. Under tbe regulations of the Depart
ment, as heretofore end now existing, no payment
can be made tor advertising prooUmatlons, aieept
to such publlebsra ai Are specincally Authorized
by the Commissioner of the GenerAl Land OfiHe.
TAY COOKE k CO., IUNKKU.
fir iCEit in Dine ci,
OrrosiiK Uaitad sttcs TaEAscaT,
Deceive subserlptloae lor the
NEW U. 8. BEVEN-TniHTT LOAN,
Authrliedby the sot of June SO 194 Tbe notes
w 11 be Issued under date of August 13, In denomi
$50, 1100, f500, 11000 AND 15000,
Payable io bearer or order, beailns; Interest at
7 a to Der cent, oer annum, oat Able semi-inuuAlly,
aud will be convertible At the option of the holder
At maturity into sin per cent. Five-Twenty iionaa,
We buy and sell
GUEHNMRNT BONDS 07 ALL IS4UES,
CkHTlKlCATES OF INDEUTEDNKSS,
And pa the htgheat ptlce for
UUAHTEIlilASrER'S CERTIFICATE CHECKS.
j37Hltr JAY COOKE fc CO.
JY K7"li 0"M KB A U O . .
SOLICITOUS OF PATENTS,
COLLECTORS OF CuAlMS
AOAlNtlT THE GOVERNMENT,
AND NEOOTUTOKU OF CONTRACTS,
,V0. 470 HEVEHTU BTRSET
Opposite tbe Post Office,
WASHINGTON CITY, a C.
we arrEH bt ecBMiasioif to
Hon. Rnnl a! Hmun, Vice PrealJent, lie,
JnhQ Uoodwln. fit. C. Me.
11 Edward H holllns, " N. H
' aIhk. II K ce, " Maai.
John H. Alley, " "
11 Alfred A. Hurnham, ' Conn
" U wight Loomls, M
' James M. Ashley, " Ohio.
" John Covodr, M fa.
Hubert McKulght, " M
' Juatlo S. Merrill, " Vt.
" John K. Potter, " Wla.
" chandler, U. S. S , Mleb.
James H. Lane, " Kan ass.
" Cyrus Aldrtch, M. C, Minn.
John T. Nlaoo, " N.J.
" F. P. BUlr.Jr., " Mo.
" ktbrld e ii SiAuldlng, " h. Y.
Mesars. Jay Cooke fc. Co , Bankers, Washington, 9.
C, and PhllAUelphlA, Pa. J 30-If
rilHE KIH-T NATIONAL UANft. UK
I WASH 'WO TON haa removed to Its New
tuaj-ble Building on Filucnth street between F
end t, opposite the lotted btates Ireaaury.
rclla ex. Iiaage. loans monea-, receives upoBUB,
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mHK UNION FEMALE ACADEMY.
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tion will s mmeaee on tbe Sin of September ,1141.
Cl'cula's obtained sitae Academy, corner Fgur
teenth street and New York avenue
Tba lbarla.t..w or, Lily ll.rrlaoa'e
Bt 1MT BJIDOLrU.
The slant sunshine that had dim bM ilowtv
np tho pray stone walls of the cnilazo was
panslbg an Instant on the low eaves beforo It
died Ont Into ffoldcn twlllehti tbe roeos alrtntr
the BSrden wall wero bidding tbo drowsv beu
(food night) and the brown robin, whose nest
naa open in ma oil cnerry tree ever emeu uarr
Monlftn was a scbnoi-boy, was alnirtDiC a v
per madrigal amnnR the movln.? leaves, and tbe
Widow Morrison betran to wonder why her ab
sent hoy did not come.
"17a docsn'toftca stay ont so late," said Mrs.
Morrison, scamlnic a Bitten In her knlulog. "I
declare. I don't Lbow what keeps hlmi and tho
hot waffles and short-cake will bo com-plete-Iv
This drcariral probability was yet agltatln;
the depths of Mrs. Morrison's mind when a
shadow ftll on the carpet, and a tall, haodsomo
yonntt man, with brilliant violet eyes and chest
nut hrown bslr, entered tbe room
"I do wish, Uarry," benan tbe matron, quern
lonsly, "that yon would trv to bo a little ntnro
pnocinal evenlncs. You know how mnchl
drpend on having my tea r-ijularly, and wby,
Harry, what's the matter?"
For her soo, Instead of ta Vine his acenstmed
place at tbodatnask-drsped tablolotho raid die
of the room, had thrown himself don on the
sofa, with his face npon Its arm.
" Matter enoash to make me wish I never had
been born," retnmod tbe young msn, In tones
that were almost passionately bitter
What do yon moan, Herri V
"Jenkins has mado off with himself to Aus
tralia!" Wlthont psylntr that mnoett"
Without dm I on that money."
But, Harry jon don't mean to say they
sorely win never expect ynn to pay n v
"Thai Is lust whatlbevirW export mo 0 do,
rant her 1 Oh. I wl-h mv hand bad hucn smtt-
ten with patsy before I committed each a mad
apt aa in anaorso anoincr mail's nmu."
"Itold yon sn," Hacnlateil Mr. Morrison,
bursting Into tears. I always fore-aw yooM
set Into trouble belns; so cowl tempered and
easy. Ob, Harry I wby couldn't you have taken
" Mother," isld Harry, raisin bis head aa If
by an effort. ' all that can be little to tbe pir
pose now. LH us moot the mUforiane a no
beat can, since It has come upon us 1"
"I knew how It would be." lamented Mrs.
Morrison, who was undoubtedly a lineal de
scendant of one of Job'e comfortus. "If 1'vo
warned you once, Harry Murrlaon, I've warned
yon fifty limes."
Harry was s lent.
" now soon does tbe note come duo t" whim
pered tbo old lady.
And can't you raise the money 1"
" By convert loir all my stock Into ready cash,
and by parting with this house, mother not
Mrs. Morrison relapsed into rreeu torrents oi
tears, and began to rocK nersen io ana iro.
" i on wero Dorn in mis nouso, narry ur
r!son--ahmel I never thoufbl to sue this day
tbe houoyiiur poor father built, and Ar never
would have been each a fool as to endorsu Clif
ford Jenkins's note, or any other mac's."
"Ton rannot be more ten derlv attached to
tbo dear old place than I am, mother," groaned
tneyonng roan, in oiueroese oi spirit, -u
know that I had hoped ibis month to see Lily
urooker's bright raco ugniing op tne lurai.isr
" fihe won't marrr tou now." said Mrs. Mor-
rlsnn. noddlnir her cad borders sairulv. " ribo
alnt calculated for a poor man's wife, with her
French, and hor guitar, and her fine city-Hod
iibppv ill rt not Answer: nn to this Instant he
had never ooce contemplated tbo tdia of Lily
Brooker't shrinking from mm i.ucauso no uau
become a poor man.
Y. t It was possible lsv, he could not but
admit lost li was even prooanic.
Yfia wanton Lira. Morrison, slirblui? por-
tentousfr, 'you'e Kt - beln tho world
airaln and A WHO WUO DAS ueTir uuuo au.
ihincr hnt alt with hr whits hande folded
wouldn't DO mUCQ USB to you. i ertiapa if, an
for tbe best! I mQBt conf.s that I always uaa
my doubu or mat ai iaa uruoavr.-
nappv winpan inniDDiiri y.
Mother. I eannot hear vou speak so of my
itnMhflA wifn. I.liv 11 rook er le as irood and
true as an angel; If the de erts me, In this
.. i. t -- -M iAari ll faliti In rinrntnlir."
Wait, A IUJ "Wl ivou -at .-.. - --.----rf-
Well, you'll SCO,' grnaoeu urs. .iuuihiiui
' I lAatl see," returned her sou. " I shall ro
to Lily the first thmif to-morrow morning."
Mi Brook er was slttlnir alooo the next day
when Mr. Morrison's card was brought la It
would havo done his Inmost heart good to seo
the rain of rosy biooa tnsi coraa ovtr nr
checks as she read the name. Bhe waa fair as
a roseleaf, with gold docked braids of auburn
hair and nnrplo-hluo cyrs. whoso tendordupths
had something Madonna-like In their shrlue.
"I havAhruntht vou bad news, darling,"
ssld tbe young lovtf , looking ssdly down at the
jr... aaVnaaimlln anoltn Welcome so
Dad news, narry ? It cannot bo vert bo
since you aro bore to tell it."
And then he took courage and told her tho
whole story, extenuating iiaognt, am couccai
in n atnulflclrcauiatauce.
' And now. LUv. ion know It all," be said,
with a deep shod lerlng sUb. "Canjou etlll
become a poor man's who i "
Hhp lint rjotn ncr nanus iruBiiuviy id uis.
" What can It porilhly matter to mo, Harry,
whether my bneband be rich or poor, a long
as I h ld the prlcelees wealth of hi lute In my
own heart I"
"Then you will marry mo i"
"But we shall be very poor, dear lote, uud
you will be only a penniless clerk' wife."
'I would rather bo Harry Morrison's wife
tbau a crowned empress,"
" My diarubt I On, If I could only hive taken
you homo to tbo little stone cottage whir I
was born. For, next to you, Lily, I loved that
cottagi better than an) thing this world con
ulna." His voice faltered as he spoke,
Ob, what could mn do Io this world of per
petually recurring grler aod sorrow without
tbe wonderful uiaalc of woman's consoling
love I Harry Morrison Ml at this moment
that Lily Bruoktr's alTectlon woe more to bliu
than all tbo world beside, as sbe spoke soft,
comforting words, and drew bright word pic
ture of tutlr happy inturo.
And so they were married. In splto of old
Mrs. Morrison's doubts and scruples.
Il was no stalely apartment carpeted with
the purplo pllo of Auhueson, or heavy with
draperies of damask aud silk, wbero Henry
Morrison sst two ytars after tbe e Imp to wtd
dlbg In the dark-aisled city church, but a very
cosy little room, w lib red curtains and a rod
carpet only seventy-live centa a yard and red
fire-light tossing bars of ruddy brlgtuniss
against the walla.
He was leaning back In bis chair, all alouo
In tbo magU blinding dusk and Uru-gllmmer,
tbe scarlet tip of his cigar thu one luxury
which bo still allowed bluisell brlgbteulug
and fading, as he smoked or pondered by turns.
Lily had Just gone up stalra his lovely youug
win, and be waa yettuluking, In a very lover
like mood, of tho touch of ber slender band,
the silken shine of her suburn braids, and tho
strange, soft brilliance that loomed under her
sweet, drooping lids I
"I should bear ray part well In the world's
battle," be thought, to bo counted worthy of
such a prise as h jr lovo 1"
Hush! the door was creaking on lta hinges
with an ominous, grating sound. Not Lily
coma back again I Lily never opened a door
Ilka that I
He lilted his eyes slowly from the scsrlct
f ;low of the lire to vncouuter a pair of nutier
pf white cap ribbons, and very bright gold
" Well, mother t" he said, kindly.
Mrs. Morrison, senior, sat down In the rush
loned rocking-chair, and drew out her knitting
needles with a Jerk.
"woaidab pBcnmo oi tuny i ' no resumca,
mecbsnlcall v tvatchiuir the flvlnc floccrs of the
Ido not know," responded tho matron,
slimy. "She never favors rm with much of
' What do you mean 1" said Henry, raising
himself from bis reverie.
" Ab, my boy," groaned Mrs Morrison,
'looks aro not everything In this vanishing
world of ours. Tour wife Is very pretty to
look at, with her pink and n bite kin, and red
mourn, ana long rye-ianc ana sna uss very
coaxing ways, too at, met"
'I'm quits aware of that," said Harry, a
Utile shortly i " hut whv ahonld i'I thoao India.
putsblefscts makeyou look so solemn, mother T
Oomol I Insist upon a direct answer. You
Lav o more tnsn once pox en in mis mysterious
manner concerning my wire, and It docs not
te-d particularly tu my satisfaction."
" Henry," returned tho old lady. In a sepul
chral whioper, "did It ever occur toynntbat
ibis soft-voleud, prutty creaturo was deceitful 7"
' Deceitful 1 NodsoosoI SQ0 Is as open as
Mn Mnrrtson set her thin lips close together
sua havo ner cap-ttnugs an tmonatic toss,
What do you moan, mother t Pray explain
jourswr" said tbe young men, lrapatlcetly.
"Of all ihlnirs I abhor mvsttrlos 1"
'Henry I' said Mrs. Morrison, In accents
that were solemnly distinct, why does she
ta1.t IibvaaI r ..a a ,ta k..ia. mmimwm Hi.iat.i .
shut herself op throo hours every morning with
Mrs, Morrison nodded.
" If you went t hnd out, wby don't you ask
her I" said neorv.
I havo arkedher."
' And what answer docs she make 1"
" She evades the question. I bare I U tuned
at the door, and I can hear nn sound "
" Her tlmo la her own, I suppose."
" Oh, of coarse, I knew you would side with
nor, ah i csu say is, tnsc i aisuxe tbfre ao-
cultfal, silent sort of people. But If you aro
satisfied " ....... . .
And tbe old ladv closed berllPsrcsAlntclv.
Btiu bad said enoagb, however and sbe was
I'tue "m wi I iuw ii. uu tuummj
uuuiiuiui i.tfiEi .nn. i wn a. u t, a. 111 aia .
Lll'. thoaurjlful klodnvaa and cnoalderalo
...l. a lna..,la k u. fKn I oliau la Kn
itwuiicui.c ni- ! - uvio i u
iniithnr In-law who nvi e annrvelAtMd the rrwd .
quslltles of her son's wife f i
All that evenlDg Harry Morrison pondored
over his mother's enigmatical words. Ho bad
been so happy In tho sunshine of Lily's love (
couiu I. ou iniaeiM,iu iua au; suauvw inuuiu
ever dim Us lnstrtt
VflJB ncut uj. tin j bbtt tun uv n ma luaujvu)
and nt length she mastered courage to ask the
'narry, are you HIT Wby do you look so
" Did IT No, I'm not 111. Go on with your
piano-playing. I like to listen."
Ana, as iieury niieu uie eyue, iney eocouui-
ered IhO ttubtlv-shUt mOUlb nnd spectacled
eyes oi oiu airs, aiurnauu, uo waa euaamK
UCT arm eiuiuvuuiijr. u niauou ma wwutu
no. HiOK bo iuucu as ii ens uuiou uiuii
une morning be rtturned from the store to '
look for eome tolsilng paper at au nnwontedly
vat ly hour. It waa as bis mother had said
tho door of tho room was fastcnod. He
" Lily! Liiji it is i. Let me in."
Tbere Was a moment's Slknce a harried
rnstllnir of papers and then the door was 1
opened. Lllv's face was flushed, and there '
WAS BOIUO uwuiMuu tu ucr uiauuvr. no nuum
.. ha.IakI .. BAn. alv.lwkl Ia tila dual Pa
UU1 UUWVO l, uui ni-u. ""bu " wvB ..
tho desired document.
"Wby do you keep the door lockedl"ho
said, as he passed bis wife, In going out.
'I I d m't know." aho Hammered. "I like
to ho Alone sometimes "
ItlsBtraniro how sllzht a thin will sufllco !
lo dlsturo tbu ptaco oi a man-a oesri. Here
tofore Harry Morrison had been unlnterrnpt
edly happy now ho was miser a Me. Lily
watcbtd him wistfully, but she said nothing;
and so tho winter passed by.
It was a lovely evening lo early June, when
old Mrs. Morrison descended to tbe room
wbcro ber children wure sluing, wiping her
"Well." she becan. "I'vo finished that book
at last, and I declare I've nearly cried my ejea
out over Leona's dealb."
I do not wonder," said Harry, good-humor-edly,
tho descriptions are very graphic. You
have not given ua your opinion of this fashion
able novel, Lily."
I think it la pretty good," said Lily,
who was counting tho stitches In her crochet
"I told you so," whispered the old lady,
nudging her son's elbow, "not a bit of literary
appreciation. Ob, llarrj t how I wish yon had
taken my advlco, aud married somebody boiler
suited to your character."
But when tbo nioiber-ln lew hadgono up
stairs for the nluht Lily stolo closer to hor
husband's cbalr, and leaned her cheek on his
"Harry! shsll you be particularly engaged
"Not particularly wby 1"
"Would youlakome out riding, Just for
"Wherodoyou wish to gol"
"You havo never taken me out to seo tbe
little brown coliugeyou lovod so doarly,"
Hh shrank Involuntarily) here was the wo
tnin's tact that should havo lauifbl hor vhj he
had avoided thocherlahed spot that as now an
olher'e home 1
"1 had rather go in somo other dlrocllon,
"Ah, but I want to go fVre. You will take
" f you Insist upon It."
And Lily's race wnsliko a snnheAm strange
latk orsjmpatby tuber husband words.
Ibe wild rosea were sprlukllug tbelr petals
all along thu country road, as they drove
Ibrookjb lta green windings, lu tbo next day's
halmy euushlne; and tbe Kry collar looked
marvuloualy rural lu ibe ahaoow ot the old, old
l nee, wliu ihe brown robin warbling bis heart
out among thu brancbua, as If no change bad
uvt r darkened tbu world ot bis liny existence !
"lAtns go In, Harry," pleaded tho young
wife, as tbu carriage paused a moment belurp
Ibu lrn gala la ihuold stone wall.
"It'll ouly bu a trial t" moaned old Mrs.
Morrison "If Harry bad only listened tome,
wo never should have been turned out of our
oiu bouse "
"Why, the house seems to bo unoccupied,"
said Harry, eelhuy walked up the flower-bordered
path. "1 was notawurolbat Mr, Haw
kins bad moved."
" Would not It be nice If we could come hero
aod llvu I" said Lily, softly protslng her hus
band's arm. ...
il.s brow contracted llh soinu strong In
"Lily!" he said, reproachfully, "why do
you thu tempt mo with Impossibility 1"
"No heart at all 1" slgued tho uiotbor-ln-law,
very audibly. " Uhattors awoy Jiut as If
vuu hadn't a bit of trouble I Ah mo I but Marry
uunbtion-membir that Hold him Just how It
wotild bo I"
" But II Is uot au liu possibility," said Lily, tn
clad, incoherent accents. "Ob, Harry, this i
our homo our own dear home, now and for
tier I TboUw)cr Is within with the papers
and ihe tlile-deuda you wilt not refuse lo take
Ibis gift Irora your own little Lily I"
"Lily1 you hmo not bought tbo old cot
" I bought it, dearest i but It Is youtf, not
mine. 1 not ever) thing I have jours ( Am I
not ours I"
" But, Lily, where did you get tho money 1"
demanded tbu bewildered husband.
'Kria my book, 'Lounal' Now you have
both my secreul Ab, I always lunged to tell
jou, bull scaicely dared, lest It should be a
failure at lasil Tou will not scold ms, dear
isil" fdCOlel fyOtij"
He canuhi hr to hi heart wtlh s prrnid, to-
descrthabla thrill of new-bora happiness the
sweet, slender being, who was atonce wife and
an gel 1
'-8o tbls was the dally mystery that rnislcd
Htrtcarfulsmlle confessed everything. Hen
ry Morrison turned to nil mother.
".Now, m Hher. what do yon nay? Is not my
Lily worthy of the strongest lore man's heart
Poor Mrs, Morrison, senior sho hid to go
through womsn's severest ordeal to own that
she bad been In the wrong from beginning to
Hut from that day henceforward sho was
model rootberinlaw, and never once said. "I
told you sol"
Re llglone Intelligence.
Dr. J. II. AdAtns, of Qorhsm, (formerly
chaplain of tbe 5ih regiment.) has been tend
ered tbe chaplaincy of the 131st New York vol
unteers. Rev. Dr. Jonas King, a native of Uawlcy,
Mass., the well-known missionary In Or owe,
has returned, after an absence of thirty six
years from tbls country.
Dr. Mabsn, professor of church history In
the General Theological Bemlnarr of the Euls-
cnpal Church, hss accepted a call to Si. Paul's
church, Daltlraoro the late Dr. W jail's -at a
salary of S0.O00 a oar.
Hot. Dr. Burrows, of Portsmouth, pays a tax
upon 1,000 ounces of silver plate tbe largest
amount, undoubtedly, owned by any ono fam
uvin new iianiih-niro.
At tho Uto commencement at Mlddlebury
Collect), tbe honorary deirrua of Doctor of Di
vinity was conferred on Itev. XL ti. Kf-Jcr, of
Rv.V.J. Harthorne, of tbe graduating class
of Bangor Theological detainer, has received
a can irom too uetnel church, rortland.
Rev. E. D. Murphy, of Avon. Conn., (who
for the last three months has been engaged In
the work of tbe 'Christian CommUslon" In
New York.) has received a unanimous call to
tbe church nuder tbe care of tbe " Port So-
cletv." In the cltv of New York
The CongrcgatlonAl church and society In
ifttjinintrtsin i.t rt..v. up. rurtu h.a .
fndod a call to Rev. Edward Oilman, of New
uave0t.u Docome meir pasior.
ni ini in pnmmnrHniini ni nimi mn ni
i, iho ducriw or D. D. waa cinfcrrK. bpqu
.. a . .1 M .a
neT, bawara oirong, oi w itaveu.
ti.,.r di,.,!,,. a aHj.,...ti.unt..i Ua.i
Brj nt nfti jeave f absence for tbo coming
year, la order that he may have an opportunity
to recruit bis health,
Ruv. p. M. BsrUeit, lato chaplain of tho 1st
, y;, MOUnleO KlQCS.nAS reiUmiXllO UUIiamS'
Rev. Levi L. Pslnc. of Farmloston. haa do-
cllnud tb- call from tho First Church and so
ciety In Mlirord.
Uulon College haa conferred the title of D,
D. upon Kev. William Chaonlng Child, of
uoston, secretary oi mo American iraci so
lirMiraHrlettlSn Rphml. fnrmerlv of Nnrarav.
Addison is verrtu, a graauaie oi toe jam
jl0pf nli recenuy been appuiniea proiessor Of
zoology in 1A10 college.
ii-. tiharlea Jnwett la enminir raclc in talc
temperance In Nw England. He apoaks first,
ttton tho Windham Couaty (Cl.) Temperance
Alliance, September 14.
On Sunday, August 7tb, Rev. B. F.Clark, of
orio uneiuiBiora, prcacuea a oiscourse com
momoratlvo of tba 25ih anniversary of his set
ilpm.nt n-r tha I?nnimin7atlnnal rhnrr-h.
w. J. ikhart. M. I... V. it. o. A. K.. and a
mtsalnnarv of tho London Bocletv. oDened a
nOSDllAl Al reltia, A 1UIIO mOrB IUAU IWO years
1 a .a ..-. . .l a i-ji
i CO. HO lOBB WAD, IDinj-iWO BnUUBAUU 1UU1-
vlduals have applied for advlco.
Rev. Prof. Wm. M. Cornell.A. M., M. D.,
LL. l., of t?bllAdelphla, has received the bon-
nrarv dwrno of D. II. from Jelferaon C'olleiro.
Rev. Arthur Cleveland Coxe. D. D.. of New
York, was to-day elected assistant bishop of
tho Utocesoof Western New York, by the Epis
copal Con.enilon, now In session.
Iter. H. Kendall, D. D., corresponding sec
retary of the N. B. Home Mission Couiiulitae.
bas undertaken an Important exploring service,
extending from tbe Missouri to tbo "acldc.
Rev. B ephen A. Loper, who for 19 moolhs
past has been supplying thu pulpll of the first
Couirreiratlonal church In Madison. Coon.. In
thu place of tbe late pastor. Rev. damuel Flske,
(mortally wounded In tbe bsitlo of the Wilder
ness,) ha closed hla eDiragement with that
poopie. Auarusa, ai present, siaaison, Uonn.
Tub reader roust picture a stout, ble-bellled.
short-haired recruiting officer, wjth a bine cap,
brosa, mil irooiicpitco, a soon awora. Dine
uniform a site too small, aud a raw customer
from "faderland," with wooden shoes and a
long tailed gray coat. Tbe offlcer was after
recruits for a German regiment, and thus went
for his Buscptlble country men i
"Lo I dere, Hsns, bo dst you 1 "
"Come rao to be a sojer man."
"Yawl cornel It bo so nice."
"Neln I I gets shoots,"
"Nli 1 Pv tarn. It is better as good. It be-n
foon all de vile. Yu enlist mlt me you gets
neln hundred uuuars douuiisu."
"rtn 1 "
"Yew, And you gets such nice clothes as
never vas. Bbuu iook ai mei
"Yaw. And. In tho morning, veo de trum
peels, dat I du gnrnel' irotnpllmente to come
an gu pour etuuappo iun mm.
"Yaw, And purty soin, blme by, trumps
prets again, and dat lb dd truruei'a goiopll-
ments to come eai socio suar-aruuip uu nug
mlt him, py tarn."
"Yaw, dat lab so. Dan purty soon, Mmo by,
der tru in ti reels, and dat Irb do guruel's gom-
pllmenis to, ride mlt him tn der carriage to see
your vrou or your Kudos, And den you rldoe
mlt him all over do city mlt him, and no coal
vou one tam cent. And blme by de trump
pecta, aud dat lsh de gurnet' gompllmcnis to
come aud echmoko a blpo mlt html Aud deu
blme by, purty soon, rlstht away de trump pctU
de tuyful, and dat lshde gurnet' gomplimente
to coiuo and get you ulno huodrud lollare
bouniisb, I tinas, du. i guess qui, py taw;-'
"Yawl Bo gootl"
vw ! And den der General and der Broel
fl,nt shakes hands mlt vou. and you est krout
mlt du Breslduut'a vrou aud shusl live llku one
lighting rooster, py lam! And den la a unit
wllo you say der Breeident be one nice man,
and you get another hundred dollars bouuilsb,
and der Ureaideut makes one grand U en era
toll you, purty soon I guess, but J tlulc not.
You gomit met"
"Yaw I "
WniLi o number of young people, of both
io its, were lately lu tho woods bunting for and
picking blackberries. In the northern part ot
Vermont, the cars of every Individual member
of thu party were suddenly pierced by a lorrlflc
SliricK irOlU OIK' Ol iuu juuufc lautva, h'iiuwbh
hw ihrtPTpiamaLiou. lu tone of aifonv. "Ob
myOodl a heart a bear I" Immediately there
roso upon tho air a succession or shrieKs from
it it... pirla in the woods, accompanied ana
followed by falnilngs, and frabtlc rnsblngs lo
snd Iro by tho youug women, and consterna
tion and tewlldormcnt on the pail of Ihevoune
men. some of whom, to their everlasting sor-
rOW, ULU lUr IUU UKSICDl IHUfli, nuaau uiucia.
with irue ureca aiouuiatu .ui,aKI,-, ruutuj uu,
ihebesr, which they st last found (near tbe
girl who bad uttered the first scream) In the
shape of a b.ack stump of terrific aspect. Great
was tho uiurrlmeut which followed. In whlcn
all heartily Jolued, except tho unfortuuate
wretches wno naa ueu wuou -ine uauger was
at its height." or vum were wm De uo peace
or mind in Vermont.
VtnT G iOd. Whan tha loval Dutebmcu at
Mobile hwrd the guns of our tt xl elthe month
of tho bsy, they smiled and ssld " Iwt lh
flrr (jfiot r
The fWlMl kTree 40,000 St rw(--.y(00
Cat Air j
ttwelAl Dlaptb tohA New York Tribune.)
WiSHIKOTO. Anir-2. Oan Rherfdan aetl.
xaates the r,ebel force tn his front at about forty
thon tan d about seven! thousand of laeul car-
trS8 rob1 lra Atkwa nP lo' 1Ifie of battle at
llalltown, and an engagement Is Imminent.
IUrpiu's F MtT, Aug. 25. Iklsk caoooaad
lng waa hSard from 11 unill 1 ntvir trwa
on our rxtrsme rlgbt. It has since been as
coral ned that our army met aod engaged the
enemy near Kearneys ville, but with what re
sult has not vet transpired. At hair.naat rv.n.
tbe drlng on tbo right agstn opened aod at this
hour. 9 o'clock, continues briskly, with tbls
exception all haa been quiet along ou front
during the day.
Piudilpiiu. Anff. 18. Wm. H. Howe, of
H6ih Fa. regiment, was hung at Fort Mifflin
to-day at noon, for dosertloi aod killing an
enrolling rfficer tn Montgomery couoty, a few
mom os since, sue eiiiuia tru wuneasea
by a very large number of persons.
Sati of on,
Ntw UiDFOan. Anar. iS. Salea of ISO bar.
rel rpwm nit for msnufactare, at t J.3d per
Banii MO IITTDII OOUIQ EMS WHAIO AV 1 J,
and 2tb barrels sour and dark rumii-bekoU
on private terms, were made to-day.
Biw FrIWCISC . Anirnat SI Tha nrlmir
rleci Ion of Ban Francisco for delrireU tn the
Congreef lonal Convention reeultcd In a cholc
of 4J out of 53 pledged to Frederick BiUlngs
for Congrtss from this district.
Tbo steamer Holder. Aire sailed for Pan am a
to-day, with 400 passengers and $890,000 In
Tbu steamer Mnses Tavlor sailed with ras-
pcngera for tbe first trip by the re-opeaed Niea
ST. JOBKPlt. Mo.. An?. 25. Ben. Loan has
been nominated by a clsmatlon for reflection
toCoegreee from the sevoulh district, by the
rsdlcal convention. Tbe resolutions adopted
Ind irse the nominees of the Baltimore Conven
tion sbd Ibe radical dtato ticket.
Disc h ra;ed
Ntw York. Auzait W. Joe Howard, tha
prorlamatlon forger, and John Mollaly, editor
oi ine.Ht-irc'powart cecora,wereDoinuiscnargea
irora caaioay loaay, maiusou, vne assisians
proclamation forger, la still confined.
Music for Chtegs.
B09T0K. Auicust 23. Ollmore's full hand
leaves hero to morrow for Chicago, to furnish
music for tbo Democratic convention.
Thiu Piskt Hoops." Rtdlnt- down Ches
nut ttreet In tbe ctrs yesterday afternooo, we
rouna among oioer passengers in ne venicie a
halo and hearty old lady, evidently much mors)
familiar with country road aud rural scenes
than with the din and hubbub of a metropoli
tan thoroughfare. Bhe carried her gloves tv
her bsnds, not upon then and seemed to feel
her bonnet a decided restraint. In sun-bonnet
shaker " sho would doubtless have been
far more at home than In the stiff bukram arti
cle covered wllh tea-colored silk, that formed
the apex to her tout ensemhle,
i At ElEhih street sheeave the slznal to allchL
The conductor stopped, and the old lady, wllh
a buoyancy inai oeuea nor apparent years,
skipped toward the car platform. As she wss
about to step olf, tho lower tier of her hoops
caught a projecting call, and her erect position
was Instantaneously reduced to a sudden and
rather an undignified squst. Our reporter
rushed to tbe rescue, douched tbe hoop, and
asslsuxl tbe wearer to tne sidewaia.
Drat ihe hooos." energetically remarked
tbe old lady, as she reached the curbstone.
" urat tne hoops t u p in oenoicsgrov, wnere
I am at home, I can climb the fence after tbe
koows, go np on tbe hay-mow after eis, and
chase tbe hogs out o' the cornfield without
carlo' a first hair about a tumMe. The first
time I get In these ere cars 1 look like a noodle
acatcbln' these ore hoops sgln tbe rallln'.
What's tbe use o' hoops, anvbow t They only
maku a body feel as if they were ait tin' on a
gridiron, ao they do"
The otd lady closed this sol I loony snd walked
up Eighth street. Bhe dldu't addreea her re
marks to u. They were a literal soliloquy.
As sbe walked away It wss not bard to Derce.ve
that, were It posslolo, sbe would have served
ner noops aa sne am nor if iov carry tnenxln
her hsud. fAiifpi4 .VorfA Aimrican.
VJstof Ucaere.1 loeplial
ftufcr Dirtftitm of Surgeon H, O. Abbott, 7. $,
S,t Mtaicai ifirtctor Department of
1. Armory Bouare. Washington. D. C.t
Seventh street west, between C and 0 streets
sontb, In charge of mtrgeon u. w. uuss, u.
a. Carver, Washington, u. u., Fourtsenta
street west, st terminus of elty railroad. In
charged of Burgeon O. A. Judsnn, O. 8. V.
8. Campbell, Washington, D. 0., Sevan
slreet weet, st terminus of city railroad north.
In charge of Burgeon A, F. Sheldon, U.S. 7.
4. Colombian. Washington, D. C, Four
tecntb struct west, at tnrrnlou of city rallntad,
lo chance of Surgeon T. K. Croehy, U. A. V.
3. Domarres, Washington, D. 0., corner or
Fourtoeutb strert and UaHsaehnsette avenue.
In chanre of dnrveon J, B. Illldretb, 0. B. V.
(5. Oiuirlas, WAehlmrtoD, D. C, corner of 1
MriMiL and New Jersey avenue. In chance of As-
ilstanl Burgeim Wm. Thomson, U B. A.
7. Emory, Washington, D. C, near Alma
hoiise, uastof tbe Capitol, tn charge of Surgvon
.t. it. stoseiey, u. o. v.
o. Fairfax Seminary, Virginia, two miles
lack of Alexandria, In charge or Surgeon D.
P. Smtlfa, U. B. V.
0. Fin ley, Washington, D. C, Kendall Green,
fourth street east, north of tho city, In chargs
if turgoon O. L. Pancoast, U. B. V.
10. Ilarewood, Waablngton, D. C, Coreo
ran' farm, Beruntb street wat. In charge of
Burifeon It. B. Bootocou, U. B. V.
11. Judiciary Square, WAsblngum, D. C.,
fudlclsry Biaarw, E street north, between
Fourth and Fifth streets west, la charge of
Assistant Burgeon Alex. Ingram. U. 8. A.
13. halorarae, (small-pox,) Washington, D.
C, Rock creek, oot Twenty-first street, In
charge of Acting Assistant Bargoon H. J.
Thomas, U.B. A. n
13. Lincoln, Washington, D. C, one mils
unat of tbe Capitol, In charge of Assistant Bur
goon J. C. McKee, U. B. A.
14. Monti Fleasaut, Washington, D. C,
PourtMQth si root, one half mite beyond city
lmlts, in charge of Assistant Burgeon C. A.
McCall, U. B. A.
16. Seminary, Georgetown, D. C, corner of
Washington and Gay streets, In charge of Bar
g.u IL W. Ducacbet, U. B. V.
I. Stanton, Washington, D. 0., I street and
Sow Jersey avenue, In charge of Burgeon J. A.
Udell. U.S. V. ,
17. Btone, Washlmrton, I. C, Fourteenth
street, opposite Columbian lloapttal, In charge
of Acting Ass't Burgeiiu I', tan. ?!.
IB. BtrEllzabeth, (Insane Asylum,) Wash
larton D. C. beyond Navy Yard west, in charge
of Acting Assistant Burgeoa C. U. Nichols,
ID First Division General, Alexandria, Va.,
enrner of Fairfax and Cameron streets, In
ehs w of Surgeon Cbss. rage, U. S. A.
"j i Second Division General, Alexandria,
Va ejrner of Prince ondColumbua atreeU, lo
vbs'rjie of Burgoou T. R. Spencer, U. B. V.
a l. Third Division General, Alex and rta.Va.,
Vahlngtoa street, between Queen and Came
rou streets. In charge of Surge.ui JCdwU Bsni-
'"SAniw Qtnersl nosplul, iar iUewav
iru Va.. incMrgsofSargeooOeorgeURnav
On, Ut B. TV