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THE NATIONAL BEPCTBLIOAN. FRIDAY-MORNING. ATJGTTST &'. 1867.
WaatUntrton City. X. O.
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Intemtltaar nwdlBR M Kt.it Pas.
jy r)tl.r-Tl. JAIIV sUnoBAl BlHIUOA
will !' after April l,lSo7,b raralBaod to iV
oerleerc (or eerriere) Ib Weahlaf toa, OeorictowB,
ill Alesaalrla et My oeela per Baoalh,B7BBl.
AVA11 eeramaaleatloae, whether oa Baalaeco.r
for pahlleatloB,eheala beaddreeooB' te WK.J.aCea
Ties, Proprietor NAVIOB AS. KarVBllaABTaahtaaiOB,
47 IT. Botlco can Be tansa of aaoavsaeao huii
alee'loae. Whatever U littil o4 fr laoerlloa snao.
be ealheetlealed fcv the ansae aid addroee of Ibe
wrilr-ol aOMwarlly for BebUeatloa, tat a a roar
satr far lis food faith.
ri'ItCIIASE OF THE RUSSIAN
Thcro haj been a good deal of complaint
in certain quarter! with oar Government on
account of Its parchaso of tho Russian
Possessions. We have defended from time
to timo this treaty, which conveys to us
Alaska, because, In our judgment, the
purchase was clearly defensible, and be
cause it was In point or fact, and on many
grounds, Important to ns to hold this do
minion. It has been said that the Czar
was right glad to be rid of a territory that
was nothing but a bill or expense to him
and to his people, and that It yielded no
adequate return for the outlay In its be
half, which amounted to a burden noth
ing more. The Russian people, It has been
said, chuckled in their sleeves at the idea
that, In this instance, they hare nitwitted
the Yankee, with all his accustomed
shrewdness. By this treaty they had rid
themselves of a cold, unprofitable coun
try, which produced nothing valuable ex
cept a few furs, and they were compara
tively of no account, inasmuch as their
cost was such that only a trifling profit
was realized upon them in any single
j car. Why should they not accept eight
or ten millions of dollars hard money
and thus rid themselves of what was a
It is very easy to decry a measure of
this sort, and to appeal to the prejudices
of this people against it. Prejudice is one
thing; facts and benefits arc quite another
thug; and after a little, when prejudice
shall have worn away, and practical re
sults shotting the benefits and advantages
of this purchase to us as a nation, the won
der will then be that anybody should ever
have opposed it.
lint the question returns, why did Rus
sia sell and why is the Czar and his home
subjects glad to get this territory off of
their hands ? It is supposed that these
questions settle the mooted point in the
controversy, and that if Russia was triad
to free itself of this incumbrance, it was
no evidence of wisdom or wise statesman
ship on our part to pay a large sum of
money for what was of little or no value
to them Now, suppose wc admit that it
was to the advantage of Russia to sell
this dominion, and of course they so be
lieved or they would not have made the
conveyance, what, then, docs it follow
that in our possession Alaska may not be
made valuable to the United States t '1 he
abo c reasoning is absurd. Under the ope
ration of the laws of exchange and of trade
we have daily demonstrations that what in
tho hands of one party is comparatively
of little worth often turns out to be in
other hands a most valuable acqulsiton.
But,this is tho stand-point frcra which
some of our journalists and people look
upon this purchase. Let us see how the
Russians view it. They do not seem to
think that there has been any overreaching
In this transaction on either side. They
regard it as a fair trade, and one that
lias its reciprocal advantages, from which
each party will derive its duo share. The
v.,..u. v ... joo.M.r,., in, Boinc sen-
nimn vihtc. unrtn Tula .tunait u,,,.i, .....
........ ,.-..- ..r- ...... UUJV., nulu, m;
qnote ns follows. The Journal s-us
"That in looking at the matter some at
tention is to be given to ulterior conse
quences. Considering the matter in all
respects this paper says it is a transaction
of reciprocal advantage, which will proba
bly result in aprontable reaction upon the
commerce of our (Russian) ports in East
ern Siberia, In giving a new value to pos
sessions which we have not been able to
develop according to their worth, and,
finally, in assuring protection and ample
satisfaction to the commercial and politi
cal interests of the two contracting patties
in tho Pacific Ocean."
Here, then, in our judgment we have a
precise statement in respect to the advan
tages which are to flow to both parties to
One single remark more, and wc con
clude this already too lengthy article.
While this country was under the domina
tion of the Russian Government emigra
tion would not flow there. Under our rule
it vwll be quite different. Tho tido of eml
gration is tending hitherward in a resistless
wave, and there is no point or pait of our
vast domain that will not be penetrated by
our own piople, and by the hardy, bold,
and experienced explorer and pioneer of
the Old World who shall come among us.
Hon. E. A. Roilimi, Commissioner of
Internal Revenue, returned yesterday from a
ehort visit to his home in New Hampshire, much
Improved In health
There were some amusing scenes at the
polls In Nashville on eleoltou day One new
born freeman presented bis marriage license In.
etead of a registration certificate Auotber
brought his wife with him to the ballot hox
"She can't vote,1' said be, "but, bress Uod, I
foteb her aloog to see that I kin, by golly "
ThiSuI tan, while at Buckingham Palace,
London, had a Iamb brought to the palace every
morning, which was slaughtered there by his
butcher after a certain ceremony had been per
formed over It. Fowls were also killed In the
same fashion. The Saltan always dined alone,
there was a special dinner prepared for bis son,
who alio dined alone, u did Us two nephews,
Kossrni refuses to accept las crcdcn-
Uali as a memter of the Itauarin Di.l.
Tbi cholera, la making frightful ravages
la tho Provisos of Algeria.
Tni rrmslan .Government decrees freo
trado la salt.
Tni tea trade in China is very active
and. tho now erop Is golof o(T very actively
Hon. Rrrus Kixo, our late Minister to
Homo, has arrived In New York
Tni Canadians have let out the Mo
Ktnilo monnmant to tho lowest bidder.
A New Oauuxs firm offers to supply
Ukalj Tonoa; eoollts at $00 a head.
Tin last of the "Bow street runners"
has died at tho ago of 70.
Tn Galveston Civilian thinks that. In
rplto of all tho unfavorable reports, a rorpoeta
tU cotton orop will bo fathered In Texas.
Tax Japanese delegation are now visit-
lax tho Fprlngfleli armory and the Ames works
TniT aro building tho most splendid
opera house In Paris that can he foond In but
Tux little Imperial Prlnco of Franco baa
entire) recovered his health. lie Is said to to
In excellent spirits.
Ma. and Mr.s. Fxidixick Seward are
lUjinj at No. 11 West Twelfth street, New
Tni Sublime Porto Is intending to form
a new Connoll It will to eonttltnted of en
iaal namter of Qreeks and Talks,
Tux revolt in Catalonia is said to be a
failaro. The Queen's government Is being rap'
Idlx re-estahllahed there.
Ik Cincinnati the price of gas has been
reduced to 1! per 1,000 feet tj ordinance of the
Tni sum of $150,000 has been raised in
Richmond, Va , to pey the expemes of registra
tion In that State.
Vekuoxt has one hnndrcd and ninety
Congregational churches with a total member
ship of 17,521, an Increase of 620 over last Tear.
Tni expenses of tho army in the South
ern Stales daring the past year la reported at
Tui gamblers of New York nro getting
np a protective union and talk about a license
Tui party known as tho War Democ
racy la moving In the State of New York for a
more perfect organisation.
Turr are domg a lively business In dogs
In New York. Up to jesterde? 8,523 have been
killed In the publle pounds.'
Hox. R. M. Blatciifokd, of New York,
has been elected president of the Hoard of Com
mlselonere of the Central Park
Tni steamship James T. Brady as run
Into off TJarnegat on Tnesdaj night by some un.
known steamer, and seriously damaged
Tni proposed fifteen cent note will not
be Issued, and It ought not to he Let us get
tack to specie, If we do it slowly.
Tv, o lotal fbiidxev had a pistol fight
In a church In Carrollton, Mo , some two weeks
ego, about who should walk at tho bead of an
Golswik Sunn doesn't wont the Oxford
students to vote for fear of a row at the polls,
which he says would result In "unseemly rela
tione " If a tutor were on the opposite side
Hon. E. A. Roluxb, Commissioner of
Internal Revenue, has beea In consultation with
ths Metropolitan Revenue Board, New York, for
Tin National Labor Congress have had
under discussion a proposition to organise a po
litlcal party. A very exciting debate was bad
Advices trom China state that tho new
crop of tea Is coming In very rapidly, with a
chaoce of a fall In price. This will bo good
news for the lovers of that popular beverage
Tul King of Bavaria and the King ol
Portugal were the two handsomest kings la
Peris The girls were all erasy about his Bava
riaa M.Jtily, and called him the King of Hearts
Ukmul Uio. II. Thomas left Louisville
for New Orleans on Wednesday afternoon to as.
sums tho command of fifth district, In place of
uenerai rail bberldan
Tin City Council of New Orleans have
recommended the removal of the city comptrol
ler, eurreyor, attorney, and coroner at the hands
ol the military,
Turns is in Norway, according to a
recent census, eighteen personsover one hundred
I . ... -.. n- -. .l
. b vu u, muse, a women, is one
hundred end seven
Kiu Victor Emamel is minir somn
attention to the securing of Hooded horses In
Italy. He has appropriated forty thousand
francs to be used for prises In 1871.
Ex.PwsSIDXXT Ik HUNAN is lymij dan.
gerouily 111 In Philadelphia He baa been spend
ing some time at Cape May, and was brought to
i-aiiueipoia in a very reeole state
Australia and New Zealand, in July.
had a terrible hurricane luting four days, and
floods that go far towards dissipating skep
ticism in Mosaio history.
A KASTtDrocs Chicagoan finds fault with
the practice of smoking at funorals, although he
does not object so strongly to chewing If con.
ducted In an unobtrusive wey.
Tux colored camp meeting at riushing
was convened last Sunday by a sermon from
Mrs Jane Benson, and several fights among New
Tim British Government has given a
gild walch to Captain Hammond, of the Phila
delphia ship IVestmoreland, by way of acknowl.
edgtnent of his services In rescuing the crew of
the ship Queen llortense, last February
The Omaha llqiulltcan says so many
young men there are out of employment and
can t get work, that even the recruiting officer
for the regular army baa been ohllied to susnend
operations, because more apillcd to enlist than
be could receive
Tni cost of securing and providing for
the Saltan while In L'ogland was 25,000 As
this was mst out of tho treasury of the realm,
some one baa suggested that the Queen pay an
equal amonnt out of h.r private funds to the
Cretans The Queen t annual income Is the
modest little sum of 335,000
Thomas Mi Cai lev, who was arrested
recently In Kings county on a charge of being
connected in a serlee of burglarlee at Coney
Island, Bath, and elsewhere, annears to have
been a model Urglar (If a burglar at all,) of
moil eioulilte L.u, u0 Is a married man,
and his residence has been fitted up with ele
gant furniture, pilotUg. of great merit, a li.
brary of the works of the best authors, and his
Cillers contained the choicest wlnee and liquors,
all reputed to to the result of daring midnight
explorations Ho Is reported to be decidedly
social nun gentlemanly in his personal bearing.
New I'vri lUraU,
The Tnluuc prcJicatcs this opinion
upon the reports rscentir fnoiiina.
Bixators Wadi and Sherman have
taken tho stump In Ohio.
Gambaldi's movements are at a stand
still, and It may be doubtful If any further move
Is made towards Rome
It is now said that the conference at
Slasbnrg mesne a continuance of peace In
Europe, which will bo of long duration.
Dr. J. Masov Wairxx, of Boston, ono
of lbs most distinguished physicians of New
England, Is dead.
A RxrcuMCAK State convention for Mis
sissippi Is to be held la Vlekshurg on the loth of
Tni cholera is still prevailing along tbi
lower Mississippi and Its tributaries. It Is es
peelally severe on the plentatlons.
A Niw York company has bought ono
hundred and forty thousand acres of land in
North Carolina, for the purpose of gotng Into
the wool growing business.
IIixst KxiiLAm., a deck hand on the
steamer deorgo Shattoek, fell from the boat at
the wharf at Provlocetown on Sunday mornlof,
and waa drowned.
Tni fishing interest of Deer Island, Me.,
amoants" to about S0,00uper annnm. Orer
one bnndred sail of vessels and one thousand
men are employed In the business.
Ret. Mr. Bliss, who has been raising
the sum of $90,000 for the new Bible Home at
Constantinople, has completed his work. The
sum subeortbed amounts to 195,000.
Tni possession of the Nashville end
Chattanooga railroad la to be decided by the
courts. There are two presidents olalmlng au
thority. Tut total debt of Georgia, including
taxes, Is $0,336,633, the property assets $11,.
018,600, and the rate of State taxation one If.
teenthof one per cent.
TniRi is shortly to be another gathering
of sovereigns at Paris. So Indeed It le fore
shadowed Queen Victoria will be pressnt at
the next convocation
Tni salaries paid to the officers of the
Boston Navy Yard for the month of July
amounted to $23,000, and to the mechanics of
which there are 2,13$13',603 48.
Tui Empress Eugenie has been form
ally admitted to good eoclety. After fifteen
years of ostracism tho Empress of Austria has
conJesetnJtJ to receive her.
Tni Nantucket Mirror says tho eighty-
third nnattacbed company of that town will go
Into camp on the Agriculture! Grounds on the
One who probably likes his bitters says
It Is a queer etate of thlnge when a man cannot
sit down nnder bis vine (grape or hop) without a
State constable to make him afraid.
JiRiviAn L. L. Rose, of Dover, N. II.,
lifers to bet from $200 to $900 that becaa make
eixty pairs of men's kip ehoes, after a pegging
machine, quicker than the "next man.
Rcrcs Homos, a leading member of
the Society of Frlende and President of the Na
tional Traders Bank of Portland for many years,
died of consumption at Fairfield on Monday.
Ills age was 72.
Hot. Tiiaddei's Stevens is in cry feeble
health so much so that he does not leave bis
bouse In Lancaeter, Pa. Doubt Is expressed aa
to whether he will ever he able to come to Wash
The New York Triluno ooyo that iho
Indian war Is the result of mismanagement on
the part of eubordioate army officers, and that
Its many atrocities begen with and were mainly
Instigated by the Cnlrlngton massacre
TnERi is an editor in Minnesota who
weighs 942 pounds His hams Is Frank Dag-
Kelt, and be derives his sustenance from the
Wabiahaw IltmlJ Heavy literature la hie
PirrsDURO, Pa , has been visited with a
terrible conflagration Ono church, one bank,
two printing offices, twenty.five resldsnces, and
twenty-fire stores were burned. The Iocs is er.
tlmated at $790,000.
Tin gamblers in New York are having
a bard time of it under the pressure of a moral
reform or antl gambling aocletyi which eoclety
Is doing all It can to close np the lottery men
and the faro banks.
Tux Nenburyport Herald excites our
longing and remlnde us of old times by Its alla
slons to "The Bluff,1' "Saco Pool," "Plumb
Island," eto , eto. Such reminders are refresh-
tug these hot and sultry days and nights.
Tui Charleston Conner of Saturday
says that, so far la that city 2,640 blacks and
only 840 whites were recorded it estimates
the black voters to be 5,000, and wants 5,500
whites to balance things, bat It doesn't seem
likely to get them
Ladt Dcdlev' splendid house in Lon.
don waa left In a fearfally dirty state by her
Egyptian visitors, but It Is said the Viceroy
gave ner Ladysnip a nactlaoe of diamonds worth
$100,000 to add to her already not email stock
The printer made us misquote, in our
peper yesterday, a remark of Judge Chase In his
recent letter. The Judge said that he "did not
eerve the people to make money out of them, but
te eave money for them " For urn the printer
used teeiis quite a difference
Rkpfm nens from tho Sandwich Islands
te to this effect, eteren thousand pounds of
choice Fea Island cotton has teen received from
Honolulu The cultivation of the same hae been
very profitable, and la extending The volcano
Is quite active again
A Fiiexcii paper sajs tho project is on
foot In Europe to put a tunnel under the At'an.
no ucean aou mus ubto b suomarmo railway Le
tween the two continents Its estimated cest
will be 560,000,010 eterllog, or $2,600,000,000,
a sum equal to our national debt
The story that Generals Beauregard
and Magruder were Introduced at the Ilroker'e
Board In New York, and that they were hissed,
turns out to be a canard Magruder, proves an
alibi, and Beauregard, though there, was not
I'Aiu.iAyENT has been prorogued, Ibe
Queen did not do It In pen on, bat the ipeech
from the throne wai read by the com mini oner
Tbo Queen declarei, In ber if each, that tbaro li
no fear of a war In Europe. She eongratnlatei
her people on tho fatuity of tbe Fenian reroH
In Ireland on theoosiolldatlon of Canadian eon
federation, and on the eitabllibmeat of a poital
treaty between England America
Om. hundred and thirty thousand
poundi elerllnji have been aliened In Liverpool
ai damagei lo tbe cue of tbo Paoiflo Mall
bteamiblp Company agalnit Meiin OulonAl
Wllllami for damage! done to the property of.
tbo ptalnt.Bi at Airenwall by tbo ezploaion of
nitroglycerine shipped by tho defendant! to
that point In April, 1860 Tbe queition of
lltbllUy for payment li to bo deolded by an
CnUBjlst nt I.nst.
It will be seen by the following that V
O. Flint, tho whilom " Druid" of tho New
York World, who used to write tccesh
letters from Baltimore to that Journal dur
ing the war, and the man who is repre
sented as selling the Philadelphia Ledger
last summer, is in trouble t
"The mysterious dcrmrturc of 0. 0. Flint.
esq., the proprietor of the Old Dominion
newspaper, ana neon cicrK in me oninance
department of the Gosport navy yard, from
Norfolk some months ago, and the discov
ery, shortly after his disappearance, of a
series of frauds of variously-estimated and
exaggerated amounts, the Exchango Na
tional Bank and many of the principal
business men being tho victimized parties,
occasioned at too umo an intense amount
of excitement in the city, and gave rise to
numerous conjectures as to lis wherca-
Dontt. Detectives were sent In pursuit,
and, arriving In New York, ascertained
that he had sailed from Quebec for Liver
pool under the assumod name of Barry
Cornwall. One of the detectives pro-
cctrueu across too Atlantic, ana, alter an
unsuccessful search in England, returned
to Norfolk, and gradually the affair became
almost forgotten, while tho victims, repre
senting in the aggregate about twenty
thousand dollars' worth of exnerience.
seized tho Old Dominion printing estab
lishment, tho only property Flint lert be
hind, and pocketed tho results of its sale.
A few weeks ago Flint, tired of his wander
ings in the Old World, returned to the
States, and, during a visit to New Orleans,
he was recognized, and his presence In the
city and tho details of his crltno made
known to the proper authorities, who im
prisoned him and notified Gov. Pierpoint
of his capture. Got. Pierpoint sent on a
requisition, and tho prisoner arrived in
V- .H. j.j... t .,.. .., r.t n-
iiviiuiK lo-uay m iue cusiouy ol luc oiu
cers of tho law. Ills trial will take place
in a short time, and the sentence he will
receive will no doubt be a sevcro and well
A utile boy, about twelvo years of
sge, walked off the rear platform of aa express
train la Indiana, on tho filh Instant, while
asleep. He waa missed, the train backed, and
It was found tanning after It, untnjured. When
asked by bis mother If he was bnrt, bo said,
"Hurt I Why, no! but I'm awful dusty."
lase'e Called Etatte r.adr.lte for sale ta aer
qaeatlty by J P. Dartholow.sole ogent. No SOS
Teeth elreet, below the arcane
Dsror QcAavsaMAsTaa'a Orrica.
Saw Aaroaio, Texas, Aer 1,1867.
kliLID PROPOSALS, wblch nail b. road, la
dopllcete, will be recelred at tbla offlee uetlt IS
o'clock, boob, oa Tneidsy, toe iota oey or Beeum
ber, 1S67, for feraUhlaf tee Qaait.rmuter'e no
partraeat with COKK,OATS,or KARLIT, (la sacks,)
at plans aad la qaaatltl.a as follows i
bSBASlOBlO, -i.IBSJIVW 0010.10
o Verde. '
Fort Stoektoa, '
Fort Belaap or
Balalo SprlBfs, " 0,000
Sarloy,er Shelled Corn, well cloaeed, aad inbjeei
la tb liicactloD of lb. offleir r.c.lvtn. It
Delivery to conmoac. by tb. firit day of October
B.xt, aad to procoad at the rate of not Uaa thaa oae
tblrd of the whole amount per tnoath, aad In each
oatotllt.. as to keeo the tott elwaro 0BPDlt.d
Separate bids are lavllel for esch pott, aed the
price per beehot, for oteb. place men be el.arly
Dido' wUl bo received for ..y qaanUty BOl luo
.4rw bv-h.io ol Core, or tweet j-dvo
baihole of Oats or Barley, aad whore Ibe roepoatl
blllty of the bidder Is sot otb.rwlie eatlifeetorlly
made keown at tbla offlee, each bid most be aoeoia
pealed by a f nareatee of at loaot two persoae (whose
reepoaslbUlly must be certified to by a elerk of a
eonrl of recotd) that tbe bidder le compotoat te
carry oat the contract If awarded to him, aad that
ho wilt rive Ibe repaired boade therefor aad eetb
bidder will elate hie place or roildoace
8eUsfectorFov!doccs of tbe loyalty of each eae
eacceatfslblddor'and tbe oolvoecy of the pereone
offered at eeaorlty, will be required
The bide will be opeaed on tbe day aad boor bore
labefore samed, aod bidder, have tbe privilege of
beleg prtocBl at tbe opeolag
Tbe right li reserved to reject all bids If uaeatli
factory, and bo bid will be oal.rulaed Ibit does not
conform to the reialremeBts of tble advortUeraeel.
rroposAle to be pleloly endorsed 'Tropoile fur
Corn,' and addresa.d to tbe uederitgned et thle
place. 1 U C. LSI.
Drevet Llaoteeaat Coloaal, aad
augtlU A. 0 H , D B Army.
foti Aii.r: on iient.
IJiOR RENT. TWO ROOMS SUITA
1 BLI for B FalBteror a Cerpeatar laqalre al
47 I elreet, belweoa Tenth aad Elovealb straete
T70R SALE THE THREE-AND-A.
X. Half etory BBICK HOUSE, Bo SoeSlilhetroot
weal, botweea 0 and II etreota, with Nino Boom.,
W.t.r,aas aad Balh room. For farther particulars
apply at MS PeaeerlveBla aveaae, between Twelfth
aad Tbiiloain streets eae tr
EOB RENT A DESIRABLE PHI
VATE B ESI DM CI, with h-ndiom. riow.r
las itteLChcd. illtuUd bitwn 6iith ind
Slghth ilrcati wait, tl tin inUrMctlon of UtrjUnd
ana virflll "!. tr tin- sppir 10
j.li-tathnti jatton Boil
T70R SALE OR RENT THE LARGE
AMD riMI KUIDElfCB, cornar of Tw.ntj.
Cfih and Km, Ko S3, with IS ltrgt rxini,fr&a tn4
Apply . juearu 11 euArriELU'B,
at a BAtsaV. " t '' ' Sbaait Idlli oHa),
WANTED NEW AND OA8T-OFF
CLOTHIHO, OLD GOLD AND SILYIH, or
tay otbtr artlcU of valo, tt the old.aitabllal.ad
W.rchaBt fawabroiar Btora of R FULTON ft Co ,
trJd Xltain I rate 1 1 UWIS uvi tai va j ejus. sTBa,
T R A I N TILE!
1J DRAIN TI L Et t
rb only rallabU Drain, anJ tfa cbatpait
ao.wn, tit alita, jmt arrlftd , lUrtbolow'i
woair.tad roraai vj
J r. BARTflOLOW,
an fl-Jw M8 Savtatb atratt.
NEWLT ESTABLIsniD LOAN OFFICE.
Thoia raqalrlBf inch accommodation will do wall
to call oa id. Alt I Mk ! a trial, and I f.tl uairad
' !. ,
m i will aacnra your iiT.n
N II l'rltata aatraaca aad oO
to, ring lb ball
AY BALING ROPE
J. r. SARTIIOLOW.
1 3w WS fiafaatb atrial, balow Pa aya.
SOOKBINDIX AND TAPER ZULEB,
Ho 171 PanaaylTaala aieane, batwaaa Tenth aad
Bleieath etreeta, aoath aide
Booka elegantly or plainly itoaad. Partodlcala
and Kawepapara carafnlly attended lo.
L1E0I STOCK or
SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS,
I.AI1IKH' IJ1I.K9SJ TllU.MCB,
c.r Stc, eVc.a
HOW SILLIItO AT UirlOriCTDBEB'S ruicis
,., tUoi ,og ih.dtywoald do
WALL. STEPHENS & CO.,
jelTU Vo ni PanaiylTaaU a
Loydox. Anc 22 noon. Consols. 94li
U. 8. MO's, 73.
Ltvnroot, Aug. 22 noon. Cotton
quiet and steady; sales of 100,000 bales.
Corn, 35s. 9d.
AxTwinr. Aug. 22 noon. rctrolcnm.
Lo.isok. An?. 22 2 n. m. Illinois
Central, 78; Erics, 44j U. 8. 6-20', 73;
LivxnrooL, Aug. 22 noon. Cotton
auict Lard, 52s. Cheese, 49s. Wool
rm at previous prices.
xioiDort, Aug. a i p. m. i no wcatn
er throughout England is beautiful and
favorablo for crops.
The Nntlonal Labor Congress.
CllICAao. Anirust 21 S o'clock n. m.
Tho National Labor Congress is still in
session in mis city, nut nas accompusneu
little or no actual business. A draft of a
constitution has been presented, mainly
taken from Cushing's Manual, but has not
been adopted. Tho only important idea
advocated a in tho preamble, which reads
Acknowledo-tnor tho cood already ac
complished through the national and in
ternational traao organizations, we lect
that a nerfect union of the whole into ono
body cannot but be productive of good,
and is utterly necessary before wo can
expect to compete with the huge monopo
lies now scattered broadcast over our
land, compel them to acknowledge the
ngats oi our claims, ana navo laoor meet
Its just rewards. We admit that capital
has its rights as well as labor, and aro
willing to concede to it all that it is enti
tled to, but at tho same timo wo will op
poso with all our energies any encroach
ments attempted to bo mado upon labor
by it, and strive by all possible means to
remove tbe burdens as are now laboring
Committees have been appointed on
sending a delegate to Europe; on tho
subject of taxation of United States bonds
and uncultivated lands; on the disposition
of the public domain; on sanitary meas
ures; on tho judiciary; on convict Irborj
and on political measures, but no reports
have been made'.
A motion was made by Mr. Keibs to
throw to the breeze a banner inscribed
with the name of tho "National La
bor Reform Union of the United
States." Ills constituents in Pennsyl
vania had instructed him to work to this
end in this Congress. Several gentlemen
doubled tbe wisdom of taking a political
step, and some expressed their astonish
ment at tho attempt' to induce such a
step. The motion, sprang upon tbo Con
gress, has caused great excitement, and
may occasion a very stormy timo when it
comes un for final action. Nearly tho
nhole of to-day has been devoted to dis
cussing the propriety oi ntimmmg Mr.
Bchlagcr, a memDcr oi tne uerman at
belter Vercin of this city.
Tito Political Casnitalgn In Ohio.
CiitcixiAti. Aug. 20. 10 o'clock p. m.
Hon. Ben. Wade made his first speech of
tne campaign at Marietta csteruay. it
was ono of his old-fashioned orations, and
ho did not introduce any of his Kansas
eccentricities, no said tnat lor thirty
years be had advocated the rights of all
men. without regard ta race, color and
condition, and that was still the burden of
his argument. lie declared that A allan
dlghnm's doctrines are In all respect frien
ncai witn tnose oi too uemocratic party
in Ohio. Negro suffrage, he argued, is
tbe Icgitim'.: result of republican prin
ciples, and tho terms for reconstruction
ouereu tno soutu are coin just and gen
erous. Senator John Sherman also made his
first speech of tho campaign at Canton
lie aavocatea tno negro suiirage amend
ment. A large portion of his argument
was devoted to a defence of our national
financial sj stem. Our national banks he
thinks a great public blessing, and ho ex
plained and supported tho present system
of taxation. lie said the failure to col
lect the whiskey tax is tho ono great blot
on our method of taxation.
Tho Ntorui lit I'cuusrlritulit.
Weioiiuville, 1'a., Aug. '22 'Iho rain
storm last night was one of great severity
la this section. An Immense volume of
water fell. Bridges and culverts aro swept
away on the Northern Central Railroad,
and communication between Baltimore
and Ilarrisburg cut o(T.
In the town of York the cellars on ele
vated points aro filled. The streams are
much higher than for years before.
The Susquehanna canal is broken, and
business entirely stopped. Last night's
storm completed tho work begun last
week by sweeping away culverts and em
bankments then somewhat injured.
'1 he corn crop has sustained no serious
injury, however, thus far.
Tho storm appears to have tended south
ward, as very littlo rain Is reported to
have fallen above at Ilarrisburg and Mid.
Thcro is every prospect of a continuance
of tlm rain in Lancaster county. Trains
on tho Pennsylvania railroad are Impeded
on ascount of damigesto culverts. Work
men aro repairing damages.
New York Jlnrltcln.
New Yoak, August 22. Hour 10al5
cents lower; receipts 15,400 bbls. Wheat
dull and nominally lower; receipts 13,210
bushels. Corn quiet and slightly in buy
ers' favor; receipts 125, 119 bushels. Rye
scarce and firm Oats quiet. Pork firm;
meas 823 44. Lard quia at 12al3 cents.
Whisky quiet. Hurley and peas nominal.
Gotten dull at 28 cents for Middling Up
lands. I'rcight quiet. Spirits turpentine
steady at 59ju.r9 cents.
Cull lor it C'ouTCittlou In Delu
Wilminotov, Aug. 22. A call for a con
vention has been published to be held In
Wilmlocton on September 4. for the nur-
nose of sendinir delegates to the Rorder
States Convention, which meets In Balti
more September 12, to demand of Congress
to guarantee to the citizens of all the States
equal rights and a republican rorm or gov
rLATTSBURo, N. Y., Aug. 22. Last
night this city was visited with a terrible
conflagration, and ono church, a bank, and
two printing offices, twenty five residences,
and twenty.five stores were burned. Loss
ABJ1INOTON IltOK "WORKS,
QUAY A NOYEH.
fOUDERS, UACIllHlbTS, AMD billLtB MAKIRB,
Coraeror Ha aa eeaue aod Tfalrd elieel,
Manofacturera of Imorovad Utitlaaary aad Tait
able Btaaio JCbs laae of aar ratal ad power i Saw aad
Uriel nine I alio, or Arabltaaioral Iron Work. Oral.
lose, lUlllBga.rorvlBie. Iroa aal Braee Caaltagi of
Tha loereaeed facllltlaa of oar aew and aitaoalva
eaUblUbiueal aoablaa oa to offer iboee barUff ordara
lo make ta our Hoe a iu parlor claao of work oa tbe
aoit UToriLla Uimi
Afc-eata for Uorafaau'e ImproTod Jooral Turblaa
Water Wbeel. r aal98ni
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
FINANCIAL. ,. i
Tha itoclc mukat hu baaa rtrj dull tho put
fiw fjajito fact lUppaari U U'clucitilo. A
UUU mors UgtitDiii Id Ifct monay multtk would
b prafarabU, aod ft abup dtmud for eaplUt
would ba hailed with dallght.
In tha dry good, bmlntii trado li roTiTior.
and then It titty Indication of a prorroai
Tho Now York Ertntng rprnaji:
"A Terr marked tmnroTemoDt hai been manl
feittd tbo pait week In dry coodi, tbo banoflt of
which haa boon chiefly felt by Importer! aad
domeitlo eommUiloa hoaiat. The Jobben haro
been laying In their fall atooki, aod bare booght
ireeiy wunoai matonauy aaranoing pricei. la.
woolesi and dren eoodi tho moTomeot hu been
IlToly, and the Importation! and withdrawal!
from bonded wareboniea bare been targe, Frlct!
bare been firm, hot only In exceptional Initaneci
hai there been any Inereaio.'
Gold fluctuated lightly, and QoTernmetit ie-
oarltlea were not In ouch demand.
WANTED BY A GENTLEMAN
fifaalat bablti. A FD&NIinED ROOM with
a family where thera are faw If any boardarp. Ad
dreai.wtth vartliolara, "Clark," National Kapnb
lleaa office, Wihlnt;toa,D.C. ai2Sll
rROr03ALS FOR FLOUR.
Orrici Difot Com mus ait or BcitUTitci, 1
Pronoun will ba raealvad uatll lla'cieMlr. m . na
SATUI.DAY.tha21U. laitanLfor aapplylaf tie Sub
aWtenee Dapartniat with FVE nUDKBD BAB.REU
OF FLOUR, haowaaa Noe.lan4 3 All eoadllloaa
am aa nasal Q, BILL,
BBS..M ail J 6
Ob baa4 a lore e Bomber of flret'Claio OsLftCSa
raebloaabloCaBHUaeS.wbtetwIll b. 2&!QV
old at roaaoaable ratea. r.r.aa ta waat ehesld
ttepainof prompur etteoaea to
KOBIBT U aRlUiVI,
Kfo1torv 874 D .1 . b.t. Ilehlh Bad ITlatb.
BBta-al Shop 77 Ilsbia et Bear P,
IBIJ'S " GEM" AND BIBll'S "DIA.
HOND" NBI-FLiCl "OIS.BDKSIR"
Tboae boBflllfal and eeoaomleal flra niece eteeee
are not enlv OBneraedlaff alMmtlatlana ortb.mt bat
lofB.cee, sraiee, eea oiaer expeaaiTO raedee or btat
... V.I.K 1 HHU11IG.
before raaklof arraasetaaato for tbe viator. Be
viia can ibid at
KOUEKT BOYD'S, BJOIBACO'S,
aiOEOBH TDKTOI'I, WALTIE D WtVlll'S.
II I OEianKT'S,
ioi.ai s uu I -a,
L O ECKILS t CO'S,
w. u uaaEOVSR'S,
L 6 WOODWARD'S,
cooriB i Raoans',
T. W. SllLLEIl'S.
SEVEtfTH BTKEKT.HKIT TO BOOTH IlBT
uuHflii. ur rannsiLVAniA AVlnul,
OPPOSITE CEKTSE MARKET, WA6UlHa.
OPES AT ALL HOURS 1
..-BOARD Tff"0 DOLLABS TZB D AT U
Tha n Bd an I r &ad batr laavti to lBfariA tbatr frUmlm
and the traTaflac onblle that thay hire aaanniad tha
uBBBgamaBt vi iBiaauosaa. ma rooma are naauy
and comfortably fernlahad and wall TastUatad.
The Proprlatora hare bad maoy yaan' emparlance
id Brfcieia noiaia vi r,D country, ana in COBM
qntncaof tbalr knowledge of tbe bnalnaia, faaran
tee aatlafactloa to all who may rat ro alia tbam
BCOTT A IIROUOUTOV,
aolta 1m Proprlatora
"PROPOSALS FOR FRE3U BEEF,
ECBiiiTtici Orricf . tJ A . 1
la ma or No 105 ffmt Lohiaid Braitr, (
BALTllIOII,HD.Air 20.1867. )
fiialal propoaalt, la duplicate), will be racalrao; at
tbUomcaaaill lSm.oi FRIDAT, AntnalSO, 1867,
(ortbaERESU BELP raqnlrad for the anpply of the
troopi, boipltali, and ofllcara at WUcbaatar, Weat
Vlrulala, for alz month from October 1, lM7,ot encb
laae time a the Commlaiary Oanaralof Snbalatince
Tbe Baaf to be dallrarad at Wlacbaalar.Waat Vlr
xlala, oa tha order of tha Comralmry or Acting
Gonmlcaary of Babalatance at that plaea
Tha Baaf to be of a good and markateble quality,
la equal proportion of fore aad bind qaartar meat,
nacat.ahink, end kldnay tallow to be exelndad,
Tha MeMki of tha Cattle elaoihtarad nodar thla
ngraamast anail h i U rarlk variabral
Joint, and tbe braait trim mad down. Tha ahanka of
foraqaartra ihall be eat from three to fonr 1 achat
abora tbtf knae Joint, and of blnd-qnartera from ilx
to eight lachaa above tbe gambrel or hock Joint
Utddart are rcquactad to be preaant to raapond to
thalr blda, and ba prepared to giro bonda for tha ful
fllmont of thalr contract.
Propoaala maat ba endoreed dlittnctly "ProboiaU
forPraih Beef, M aad addraaaad to the ondariljtnad,
who rttarrat the right to reject any or all bide not
av las IBItltSt Ol IBBJ UHUIU la''
CondllloBi. raaulramaBta. navnaata Aa . hstra.
tofore. tdOMAB W1LSOJT,
lireTCtLloat Col. and C B,D.8 A.
awT3 tJ BrTat B1 Qan Vola
CoairaB of Tb sifth abd li aTaaars,
Is aetr eelllag COAL e.rr ehaip. II. ha. a large
at.ek oa the wharf, aad will boi be sadersold.
I'eraoaa larlas la their wlater enpplr wouM do
well to eee hew low he la e.lllea; the beat eoal
., ., a cLbt stewabt,
aaJl.tf Coraer of H Bad Tw.lflh ilrean
OEABD UILITABT ASD CIVIC
iriuuooK ahd ivtmia
Which wee aaaoaaced for Tharadaf, Aafaat IS, hae
beea Jtoatpoeed to
TE1DAY, ADOUST iS,
Admlttlas a seatlemaa aad ladlea,
Daaclag to eommaace at 8 o'clock.
plANOSI PIANOS I
IN UHPfiSCEDXNTID TElDMPU.
-....... "PAtta EiroaiTlo, JalT 1,1887.
"BTEINWAT bOM, New Tork, kf been
awarded by tbe Supreme Jarr of tbe Kipoeltloa
TUK HBaT GOLD UEDAL, OF UERIT for tba
blgheit degree of perfection ta Oraod. Square, aad
UorUht I'lanoa. and tha most valnahla liiaeilnn
ehowlDn tba greataat prograaa la tba cone t met Ion of
Piano Fortea, with tba atroogait endoraenjcnt of Ibe
oopreiu iniaroauoaai i ory,
In addition to tbe above, Stelnway & Bona bare
receives toe luugwiif eaoie aiepaicn i
"Pi a i a, JqIt i.
"Tbe great Soclete dee Beaux Arte, of Parle, hate,
aftar acareful examination of all thamnaleal .aitrn.
tnaata exhibited at the Parla Eiblbltloa, awarded to
BTEIMWAY a. BOMB, of Haw Tark. lhii n.itrn
rMTtHofiAt. hbdal for the fireateit auperlorUj and
A fall aeeortment of STEINWAT'S Grand, Binan,
atu uuiiiiut ( isbUWI ivi at ana, m tuej wsrtiouns oi
W 0. MErZEUOTT a CO ,
Jy22 tf 16s Pa ave 'beufltb aad loth .le.
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY,
OF WABniNQTON, D. 0.
CnAKTEBID DY SPECIAL ACT OF CONOBIES,
For the SBfekcciilotr Uuder au.rante.of
OOVISHHIrlT BONDS, SFICII,
JEWILST, CASH SOXE8,
6ILVEB PLATE, VALUABLE PAPIBS,
PAINTIHaS, WILLS, SEEDS,
Aad all dcacrlptloaa of ealaablee, aad for the
HUNTING OF NAFKN,
FIItE AND UUUGI.AII.PUOOF VAULTS.
orricE cobreb or hftiintit stbeet and
HEW VOBK AVENOE.
R n n... tr n nh. ,i..u. r n,-. u,,,.
11am S Haallogtoo Qeorge U PlaBt,Oeorge 0. Ee
an., a, r. OOTaer, n.iu.si.i nu.oa
S p BUOWN, Pr.aldaat
OEOSOK 0. EVANS, Vie. Pr.aldaat.
WM S HUMTiaaiOK, Tieeaarer.
II. P. SNTDEB. Breratarv
Orrica Uooaai froiaS o'elock, a. m ,to S o'clock,
F " .a I'll,
NEW DRUO 8TOHE.
THOMPSON eV CO., tafi
DBDOOISTS, Cor, Nmlo and V alreels, Vjaf
TisrAt bbbi s Kit
COTOS. CHEMICALS, aad PATENT UEDICISEj.
.-bbiumbbi, TUlLBTaad ranOY AttTICLkS,
Cloth, Ualr, Hill, ri.ab aal Tooth
Fr.aCllDllOB. C.r.rnllv .nmnnnn-ta-l ! all linn..
hOLE AQSNTB roKTHE CILEBBATZD BUSSIAN
".aVlVBal BVVA rfAfSUS. BOIS'IT
San R. CIS Baa B. fl 4t High WaUrl 30 p.m.
Steamer Eicreii. Nickel. Balllmara. wtttJ
morobandlie and tuiennri to Muter. I
fiobooner Jiaoeue, I'Miiip, Madli bay, will
woa q jauiar.
Steamer Pioneer, lower Potomac?.
8ohooner Cherub, Lyman, tlrer.
Ill EAT rrow i nnrv find lei1ir.A.1 fn J
Whale. Wats) Vat DAe.1.1 Va.. ....VI .ll. m OB.. J
ufia.Df -i, cot air HTeaih atreet aad Varylaai
i-To ConiamptlrtlTha Ailvartta.l
aviag otan raiioraa to naailb la a raw waaki.by i
very ilmple remedy, aftar bitlai anffarei aaarJ
ytart wlthaiCTtre long affactloa, and Ibat draal
dlaaaaa,CoaiamptloB, li aazleae to make known tl
ale rallowanffcrare the metna of en re.
To all who dealre H he will aaad a copy of tha ere
trlptlom need, (free of charge,) with the direct lot
for preparing aad aiisg tbe came, which thay wli
Bad a Scan Ccai roa CoiamrTiov, Actbma, Jiaoi
cntTii.Aa. Tbe oaly obleet of tbe adrertlaar t
eaadUg the prescription la to benaflt thaaaiau
and epread laformatlea whtah he concalTce lo be In
valaableiaad he hopca ovary aaffararwtU try hi
remedy, aa II will eoat tkem acthlaf and may pro?
rart.ao wleblig tbe yreacrlptloa will ploaae aa
BET, ED WAED A. WILSON,
oeU'dwly Willi amebonr, Klae Co .IT.T.
4V- Know Thr UaatlnrMaulania lc a.
Taoaaroir, the groat EngllahAitrologlat,ClatrToya&
ana riycnomeuieua, who Baa aatonlahed tbe aclaa
tine alaaaee of tho Old World, hae now located bar
oaUatBadaoa,N. T. Madam Tmobfto poaaatee
steB.iV bbb-aiBkm1 ..to... l I.l-ti -. .'.m.
" v.ww..aan ywsraia v itsgaa lf B(, eU 10 aBatl
her to Impart knowledge of the greataat Important
to the atogle or married of either tax. While 1b ,
itata of trance, eh a dallaaataa the Tary fcatnraao
mo pereoa yea are to marry, and by tbe aid of a:
taatrnmeat of Interna power, known aatbeTayck
Ometrope, gaaraataoa U produce a lifelike plctct
of the fatnre hoabaadorwlfoet tha applicant, to
gather with date of marriage, poettlon la life, land
lag traltaof character, 4a. Thla la iohambae.a
thoaaaade of taatlmonlale can aiaart. Bke will cand
when deelred, a certified eertlflcata, or written goer
aatec. that tbe pletare la what II pnrportctoha
ByeaeloilBgaeniU lock of hair, aad elating ptac
of birth, age, dlapoatlloa aad completion, and en
eloaiaginy aeata and etampedeavalopa addraiaa
to yoariolf, yoa will recelre the picture and deetrT
Information by retara mlL All eomunalenlion
eaciadlyeonndanUal. Addraac, la coanJc&ee.MAD
Ana E. T, TnoaiTOJr, P.O.Box 223, Hndioo, H.T.
WPrea to KvcrytMHty A trnm o ftjfil
Clraalar, gUtag Information of tbe craateat Imfortl
ante lo the yoanr of both leret. I
Illaaahaa how Ibe homely may become baaatlfoll
ice deipleed raipectcd, aad the foreakan loTod. I
Ke roaag lady or gentleman abontd falltoaaaJ
Ibalr Addraac, and receive a copy poet-pald, by re I
mm mail. Addreaa r. o, Drawer, 31,
mhI9.d4wly Troy, IT. r.
-aaT-ThaUraveet Blalaflleaor Voutlt.uci
E.BLV UaaBOOD nowari Aaaoclatloa EaaaTa. oj
the Pbjelologv ol the Paaaloae, aad the Irror.l
Aboaee aad Dlaoaaee peeallsr to tbe first age or raael
witB luporta oa aew sootaodo of trealmeat etnl
ploj.l la thle laamatloa. Seal la eealed letter ail
v.lop.a, m. of charge. Addreae, Dr. J. SKILLIII
uuuuutuii, lloward A.aoelatloa, Phlladalpbh
T IOHTNINOFLY KILLE:
sou uj tne aiagie buaat or qalra A cure thing.
)ytt lm W T aTanne enr Fonrtaaoih at
r UUSSELL BAKU
FINK FlUILT OHOCIEIB8,
Ko.490 Ninth atreet, near D,
ap8-tf WA8niHOT01t, D. C.
T V. MORSELL,
OF EVEBT DESCBIPTIOH.
NO. it LOUISIANA AVENUE,
Heat lo the Beatoe HoBte,
WASniH OTOH, D. C.
DltEI'AKE rOU WINTER. GET
.1 TOUB STOVES IN OKDE& r.ll at linrn'B
and have yoar Latrobee repaired aad fitted op Mr
cold weather. Yon that haee Bat Latrobee or fire.
pie., .tov.., can aaa .Baniae raj Block. I nave the
i.rK.a, inu u.ai .aaorim.Bf IB ID. Coara.t.
COOK1NQ STOVES AND BANOES ALL PAT
TEBNS BBPAIBS for all aorle aad elsee of Stoves, leagea,
llBDWARf, TINWABE, AND rDBNISUINO
ar- OLD STOVES TAKEN IN TART PAY FOH
nnvv. autJBKT BOTD,
no. S70 Ninth atreet,
anlfl tf Between Dead Eatreela
JPENTON & MAETIN,
CABPENTEBS AND BCILDEES,
Coaaaa of Twblfti araaiT axd tbs CABlh
WASHINQTON. D. a.
Hake Saab, Doote and BUnda, Box and Solid Win-low I
Frameo Cheaper thaa can be doae at aaj
other Establishment In the Cllv.
JOBBINO OP ALL KINDS PBOHPTLT ATTENDED I
MA11T1N tc U UN TEH,
ABB WBOLteALB DaALeaa in
OLD AMD RKCropiBn Bnurr
88 Lonlalana avenne, Bear Niath atreet, (aouth al-le,) I
u.w du vvaanieetoe. li u.
ItS. J. E. Sl'ENUKU'S
MILLIHEUV AND i)HI6S UAEISQ ROOMS,
MO Peana. aTeaue.betweaa Nlstb and Tenth ttreet,
anl3.3tn (Up autre )
TU. O. W. SONNKN80IIMIPT,
JL IIUJILKUfATHIU PHVblClAH A3D 6UK
UtON.otfare hla profeaelonal earflcaa to Ibe cltlieaa
of WaablairtoB Ofllee boora from 8 to 11 a u .
and from 3 to o p m Kaeldance and office No 441
ai a ita nacelle evoane, between Slilh aad Eefentn
L"ANCKT0W & SINSABAUGH,
WHOLESALE AMU UBTA1L
G R O O E U S ,
033 S IMTU STREET,
OPPOSITE CKSTnZ MARKET.
i- Oooda delivered to anj part of tba elty free of
K O It U K Y I L N K H
PAPERHASaER AND UrUOLSTEREB.
mroiTia arb oiALia la
FRENCn AND AMEEICAM PAPERIIANQINaS
1M Ninth atreet weat, batwaaa D aal E etreeta,
fe2 WA1IUOTOH, D. o.
lOK rKAOn BASKETS.
I JA ) PEACH BAbKITH
ill Doiea reach uaeaete in etora and to arrlre.
J r U4RTHOLOW,
UJEoTenth I treat,
aula tf belowPenneylTanlaarenoe.
DO. MAYO & UO.'S
, OILBBAATID IRAHD80P
CHEWINO AMD SUOK1NQ TOBACCOS,
"Virginia Cbolce,' "Joet lha Tb.o(f,,,and other
Sopnlar brand can be bought at PALIOSY PRICES,
ell re red .at
WELCH'S WDOLESiLE CIOAR AND TOBACCO
IB. P.nniyWaBUaTenue, between Seveateealh and
blghteantb alraa e.
SOLE AOESCV for the Ul.trlct of Columbia and
THE COLDEST AND TUE BEST,
ISO EIITEENTII STBEET,
Opposite Ibe United Statee Treaanry,
And Northwest corner of Sixth aad 11 strode,