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THE TRIFLE ALUAMCB.
A question of each magaltade and iar-.
reaching and Important eoniefiuenees at this
rumored triple alliance suggests cannot be
dismissed and placed among thjaeotailoaal
canard of the day without a farther wort!
neither can ll be consigned to. tfioea tphein.
ml. llluiory stories which the professional
and pensioned DohomUa oC the press perpe
trates to starllo the, quid nanes and shake
tlio weak nerves of tut old foe lei In politics,
it itcsmanshtp and floaneo.
Let us look for a moment to lU origin of
this cable telegram. It may bo a canard.
We so thought and so said jeetertUj. In
slating what we did In yesterday's Issue we
simply reported the prccUo state of pnbUo
feeling In the best Informed circles here tn
regard to the then ostlniated reliance whleh ,
it was deemed proper to repose In the truth
fulness of the dispatch As has been already
stated, the telegram was a special from Lon
don to the Sew York Trlbunt, and Is known
to have been tent over .be wires by that
most reliable of correspondents, Qeorge w
Snwl.cy, Uiaanliom a more Impasslro and
unlmpuulro man cannot oe ronna In the
newspaper fraternity. He Is no sensational
ist, no manufacturer of canards, and de
spises all sorts of BobcmlanUm as he dot
splsea fraud, rapine, murder and blood.
Mr. Smalley Is the London correipondoDl
of the Tribun, a gentleman of extonslre and
rlpo culture, and ononho possesses thekir
to the best circles In Europo. He Is an Inti
mate friend and correspondent of Bismarck.
and probably knows as much roepectltg
Enropean politics and the moremente of the
governing classes then) as any American
gentleman can know; and besides, he could
not be Influenced by any such miserable aid
disreputable pretexts as thus to giro forth
a dispatch to enhance- or depress the prices
In gold and In stocks.
We are warranted, therefore, In the con
clusion that there Is more In this dlspatsh
than we as Americans In our first estimate
of It hare agreed lo concede to it j and oven
though our State Department up to this hoar
has, as fjr as wo can learn, no knowledge of
ttils triple alliance, we shall not be surprised
to learn that Initial steps bare been token
towards tko formation of such a combina
tion on the part of the powers namedi
Well, be It toj what then! "He that Is
forewarned Is forearmed." We hare no ds.-
position to indulge In boastful and pompots
threats. e sny not what wo can do In the
dcrnlcr resort, when an alliance oiTeuiIre
and defennlre Is formed against us. If we
nre attacked wo shall fight i If we are aa
sailed w e slmll defend ourselves. Wo mala
uoar upon the governments of Europo or
of any other country. "We as a people must
and do sympathize with the struggling peo
ple of the world against despotism, and all
who shall anywhere attempt to throw off
the yoke and establish Democratic gorera'
ments must hire our sympathy and oar
This much wo will tender to mankind
everywhere, despite all alliances offensive
and defensive, and If the crowned heads of
Europe and the despots of the old world
iKKe to quarrel with us on this account,
why let them do so Barkis Is willing.
When the people of Cubt, of old Spain, of
England, or or Franco strike for their liber
ties or wish to change tboir forms of gov
ernment, by rcrolmlon or otherwise; when
they choose to displace monarchies and put
In their stead republics, wo shall as a poople
be with them. Our Government will ob-
servo Us neutrality peradtcnture, but the
masses of onr people will give all their monu
strength in behalf of the struggling nations
for utwrty erional, cml, rollclous and
political liberty. Not to do this Is to He U
God and our own consciences. Not to do
this u to fursneur our own principles and
to J. claro before- high Heaven and tho whole
world that wo are a nation of hypocrites.
There Is one expression In the telegram
under consideration which made us distrust
lis genuineness till we knew Its paternity, ii
Is this: the characterization of our prosenj
Government In Washington as a lUIibuster
lug Administration, or as tho flUib altering
admlnUtratlon of GenerulQrant. The charge.
Is false, from tkln to core, and from core
back to skin; and such a charge should inaka
every American cuoek Uugle with anger.
There Is uot the shade of a shadow npon,
which to predicate sneu a charge that Prcsl
dent Orant?s administration gltcsthe least
luuutcuduvu tts (iiuvuieuiiuji tuu ULU d
charge comes with an III grace from nations
that made hot haeto to concede belligerent!
rights to tho rebels against our Government
In the early days of the war. Wo sympathize
and will continue to sympathize, as we bare
aid, with the struggling peoples for liberty
everywhere: but tho Gorcrniucnt of tho Uni
ted States will demcau Itself In accordance
with the Just principles of neutrality and In
ternational law, and when the hour comes
for It toatknowlcdgo the Independence of
any people, it mil do so despite uny tbreata
emanating from holy alliances offensive and
We wait the coming hour when tho totter
lug thrones of Europe shall tall before the
grand uprising of a self-enfranchised people.
This will be our day.
The IaeJfl nMlrond.
H line of the newspapers of the country
are t u.y deer) lug tho Taclfle railway be
cause, they nay. It can never be made to pay
as a freight thoroughfare. This may be so,
but what thi n T A telrcram from San Fran-
clsco Las anuouiuul already nn Invoice of
tea direct iron. Juj ui to bt Louis. Still.
we do not rlnlin tint th- transportation of
ireigm over tuc line tan be made protlta
able. The projectors, stockholders, and those
lutciested In Its completion ncer supposed
tint freights could, as a general thing, be
iimde runuucrallve for so long a distance,
The through travel and the development of
tne touutrv ulong tho route will make this
road a irollubu. Investment.
What e wmt 0w for tho development
oi tuc rust t mimcrc,. 0r the Eal, Is the
Dirlen can .1 This .houll bo Hie next
.fraud effort of Anurkati mtcrprUe.
The Pull Mull (.axrii Indulges lu wUe
words, wiser Infinitely than Its cotempora.
rtcs, when It Bts, "We shall o greatly to
blame if l lu not see In Mr Sumner's
speech that i I.um Incurred, though per.
haps by no fault tr our own, the anger of a
icryrowcrfnl people, hl i, ilAI 0Ili? now
tound out that Ju ullltar) uud naval com
tn r c It can rival the greatest of I- uropoan
I rs " Tho (atettt "Utters nords of wit
i m uhlch Ko gland will do well to heed
The V Orleans Bh li Indulging In ro.
- and cheap recreation It says that
art hence Boston will canonize Jeffer-
I i an 1 will desire the restoration of
iv Robert Toombs once said
i 1 on.tim call the roll of his
iave 'i k r 11.11 Nonsense ram ot te
"lgM i f ' rniiis of some people,
and ttj t ' uontinue fools if
lLy wi, I
Th 1-iYvCt eUant. laUrtTd Drlir. O-n
It. W. Klrkham, d.trolr quartcrmailer gen
oral, bat been extended ill month.
Tin Secretary of he Treaaorhai
Mq.,th cM.f M IN lo4 ttsch M tl
Treasury DcpartsienliaodBe 14 rati
Hon. Elr A. ftiUrlaaJmMootr it
dUn AOalnwbo baibeeirlnsew Tori for
lh peat week on butneii connected with
hie department, will return here on Monday.
OrlT. Ma). Geo. qulmlj A. aUmore, to
fftoeercorpe,haa been orderod to proceed to
ran i-aiaeu, ui., accompanied l'J Llcnt.
Col. W. Lndlow, far the parpoe of making
such repair as are Indispensable for the
service of its armauiotu '
Jerome B, fitlllsoD. well known here as a
successful Interviewer tut the Kew York
WerU during the ImpeaeaaMnt (rial, was
married on Tuesday last at rierraont, N, T.,
(4 Miss Bessie B. Whfton, an accomplished
and handsome lady of that place.
Commodore Henry A Adams, U. 8. N.,
died In Philadelphia oa Wednesday night.
We notice m the papers the death of
Judge Loronto Iherwood. Ills death was
sudden and unexpected. He was the deter
mined, conscientious and uaAlaehlng advo
cate of eheap freight railroads, and he de
voted his life to this work. He died without
realising' tho result of hta labors, but he has
written much that will benefit after times
Tnt Bonton Vsf, a Peiuocntle srewspapcr
of no mean power and lot" nenee In Mew Eng
land, often for the fun of tne thing or from a
sort of innate honest r tells the truth.
This Journal now ntft that there "are two
things observable lu Generil Grant his
power of holding his tongue, and his grateful
remembrance In Ms days of prosperity and
supreme power of those early friends who
gave him a start la Ufs when ho was poor,
needy, unknown and nn noticed i and of no
account socially, politically, or professlonaly.
tall it nepotism or what you win, touch
worso traits than this have been exhibited In
ruling men. The rott has a correct ap
preciation of the character of the "silent
man who now occupies the White House.
Tm PatttDiiT, for reasons satisfactory
to himself, has appointed some New Hamp
shire gontlemon to office In the Bay Bute,
whereupon the denliens of the "hub"
through their newspapers become Indignant
and make a loud lament. These Interlopers
front the Granite State, according to the
newspapers at the "hub," are no better than
Doctob Hilmbouq Is said to pay for ad
vertising the round sum of 110,000 a week,
ne returned an Income of 1133,305 the last
year. Does advertising In the newspapers
pay I Who says It dose not I
rive Cblldrass Pes.e4.
Ono of the most distressing case of acci
dental poisoning that baa recently been onr
outy v recora n atxauea dciow rive cnil
dren. three of them the children of Mr. Geo.
X. Miller, formerly superintendent of the
Auegneny water worn, ana two ine cnil
dren of Mrs. Bcbwartxwelder, are the victims,
and one of them, George Grant Miller, a
Uttlo boy four years and lire months old,
died yesterday morning at the home of his
pnrenu, Mo. 07 Water street. On Saturday
morning, it appears, tne fire children were
playing together In the yard attached to the
house. The vard also balonpod taacTenil
other houses. One of the children picked op
what he supposed to be a piece of llcorica
and whleh he divided among his playmates.
A short time after eating the stuff the chil
dren came into the house, where Mrs. Miller,
observing something Deoullar in their actions,
questioned them and dlaoovered the finding
of the supposed llcorloe. From their ap
pearance the lady concluded something was
wrong, wmen was con arm M in a rew minutes
by one of the children. Utile Goorgte, sud
denly falling to the floor In convulsions.
As quickly as possible physicians were
sent for, and In response Drs. Mabon and
Itnnkln came to the house. Thev at once.
from the symptom, pronounced It a case of
poisoning, ana aamu.is.erea every available
remedy, tint without affording ny relief to
the principal sufferer. He lay from the
time of calling In the physicians about
noon oamraay uDin seven o'cioca yester
day morning, all the time unconscious and
worklnrln spasm until death came ta his
relief. The other children revived somewhat
unacr medical treatment, aad yesterday
were considered out of danger. On of them
banded to the physician a small piece of the
stuff whloh baa boon eaten, and which, unon
examination, proved, to be bolladona, one of
me most virtuou poisons. BUDsequenUy
another small pleoe of the staff was picked
o m lac Tira ai ino piaon wnoroine cnu
dren had been playing. fMbftwri; CAronlrtV,
Toe Auimcur "Impiruust.'V The
new i one jtnntriaiM contains tne following!
"The T. C. I. O. Is a sacres nnlltlml nnrf
social order. Its object and pirpose Is to
secure the establishment of n strong central
government In the United States that shall
secure peace and prosperity to the country,
nmlaal tha (JrwVta rnm naal.-.l -.JIt-v
and recognlae society on a baels that shall
sunn oi no equality nut inai or equal re
U Is not an armed military organisation, nor
are lu members pledged to anything which
paniiuuiiT 10 ana nrouciion unar tna law.
ma cumulation o( va preaent government
defines as treason. It contemplates no revo
lution other than that which can be accom
plished through the pressure of powerful
moral Influences. If, however, the control
of our national affairs should suddenly pass
from tho bands of the many, and one strong
minded, Intelligent man should declare him
self the government, the revolution would
have been aooompllshed, and the T C. I. O.
would one no other allegiance than that de
manded by the crown. Farther than this
we can make no disclosures.
All of which Is bad enough m sign of
Four Grfat Events. One of the great
events of the century occurred on Monday
last. The present century has seen these
four great eventst
1. Morse's Invention of the telegraph.
3. The laying of the AUantlo cable.
3. The death of slaverr In the United
-t. The completion of the Pacific railway.
In twentr-flve rears the continent has
been spanned by the wires of the telegraph.
Ten years ago the lightning began to run
beneath the sea. Fire years ago tho war
for freedom ended and slavery died. On
Monday the Iron track was mode complete
from Tortland to San Francisco.
The voumrmanof tenia r. who has seen
all these things accomplished, will have
tales to tell to his grandchildren such as no
graudslre of our day can summon from the
slorcs of his memory . .Vsw York PotU
Tne C.Kiu Wo are triad to state that no
damage resulted to the Chesapeake and Ohio
canal from the late rains. A brief Interrup
tion in the prnsage of boats occurred at Big
Slack Water last week, In consequence of
the high stage of water, but during the latter
part of the week boats were arriving at
Georgetown and Alexandria as usual. Tho
canal Is In admirable condition throughout,
and should no unforeseen disaster transpire
the tonnage will be largely In excess of any
former year. The tonnage In the article of
coal alone fools up 97,83 Jtons for the month
of April, 1S69, against 54,014 for April, 1808.
TA1 ..!.). f iJt limn a'lg.mnn
against 130,270 M for April, im.Onntitr
Imul AUiganiaH, May 12.
Tuc Solid Mei or Gotium The fol
lowing are the Income returns for the Sixth
rerenue district of New York of $50,000 aud
Wm B Astor, 11,079,313. William II
Cornell, I14'J,131 C. K. Garrison, 9104,716)
u i. ueuntjo.4, fiwyoi it. u. aaignt,
1111,000, J Taylor Johnson, 150,039, M.H.
Levin, f 93,3m i John D MaxwelL 101,975,
Waldon B l,oet,97e.,MM Orlando B. Potter,
tU.OUdi Wm. C. Hhlnelander, U3,fl57i
Gen. P. Rogers, foMl&i Thos. Suffern,
7'J,G00 Joseph Sampson, 1164.714) Corne
lius Vauderb.lt, 100,30, Vdolphe Wolfe.
Dtimo. The Columbus (Oa,)
Sun say st
uvuuemcQ iron, mis ana aa
i Dining counties and the Immediate neigh
orbood report that the cotton plant Is dying
In considerable Quantities. csMctallv on the
sand and gray lands. It Is thought In many
places, as seed la scarce, that the cotton wilt
bo ploughed up and corn planted. The flf-
tern Ia)s of rain which we have had, aud
the cold of fiundar. rreatlr Inlured cotton.
and the damage Is apparent under the luflu-
cace of warm wcalher."
The Hon. LoTHma Bherwood. well known
for many jrs, partlcaiarlv la the States of
.w xorxana iciM. cuea vcsieruaj morn-
aucr onei lUDtse, u ids
law lrK.T, Reed,
MB owtaq n
wood, a capUld In Ike lUTOtitwoarr array.
resldcx. through life. He graUatcd at Den-
nlnrton, Vermont, and servedvu principal
of the academy there till he commenced law
studies. KemoTlnR-to -Madison -county, In
this Slate, he wai for a while editor of a
paper At Hamilton, and win for leTeral
cart a law partner of General Nve. now
United StaU Seaator from Nevada. Brwted-f
to the Legislature of 184$, he took a proml-
nem putt m tne n.ucsfions or mat ti
harniiMiv with the reneral views of Siaie
Pulley? wkhWhtttT MloLel ktosTmsn and
Col. Young were Identified.
IWrWas mis i tne ibxeci.ve.uommitweoi
the "State Constitutional Association.1
formed In 1813, which aided tssentLiiir in
fireparlng the public mind for some, of the
eadlog reforms Introduced by the present
constitution, adopted In 1840. lis settled In
Calves toe, Texas, In 1949, and, a few years
thereafter, was elected to the Legislature,
where his opinions, always freely er pressed
when Justice required, drew1 npon him the
fire of those who were then plotting la the
secession scheme Olmstead'e book about
tba Southern Statca elves particulars of the
efforts In Texas to drive him, not onty out of
tne uegisiainre, nut irara me raeciinr to
which he Invited his constituents at Galves
ton. That book shows that he was formally
notified, by a tommlttoe, that If he dared to
repeat such anil -slave rv sentiments as he
spoke In the Legislature he would have to
ao so nt uw pern oi on me. uverwacimca
politically by tha madness that was then
preparing to culminate la seeossloo, be
turned towards railroads and other public
Improvements tha energies which he was
lorbidden to nanueei in auening ana ae
fending the principles which he considered,
as forming the true foundation of oar politi
He became Identified with plans of railroad
organUatloi, which aimed at euppljlnff
lezMFiimn groawww anvonn. ot raurona
accommodation on tha most economical
terras. Hie views on these points commanded
the respect of multitudes who denounced and
silenced him on the questions which soon af
terward resulted in reoeuion. Jie came
northward to arrange for railway material
shortly before the outbreak of the rebellion,
and some of the railroad iron sent to Texas
thronsb Lla sfforts was afterward used for
rebel purpose, including the formation of
some batteries or breastworks. After the
sword was drawn, and farther railroad ef
forts rendered impracucaoic, nis pea ana
voice were most Industriously used for sev
eral years all through active hostilities, and
during tho work of reconstruction In sus
taining the general measures of tho Republi
can party, as most consonant with his life
His writings and dispotcboa show that few
men In the land were more powerful In In
terweaving great truths with his arguments
la sustenance of the national cause. No
man has labored more xoalouslrand per
severlngly In preparing and disseminating
arguments on all the leading questions In
volved In the collision of arms. During the
last three years ne nas devoted nimseir seal
ousty to the promotion of those principles of
railroad organisation and political economy
which have characterized the publication
of the "National Cheap-Freight Railway
T .. tt .fi.h1.l.l.au.a IMaMani V
UUtUD, VI WM4UWMV f i lillUVVIilll J.
Important Penslou Icteloii.
The Commissioner of Pensions has Issued
tho annexed orders t
Act of Jane 0, 1900. Bt U enacted, dr.,
That section S of an act entitled an act to
grant pensions, approved July If, 1902, ap
proved Julr 4. 1304. and section 3 of the act
entitled an act supplementary to the several
acts relating to pensions, approved March 3,
1805, be, and they are hereby, repealed, and
the following shall stand In lieu thereof i
Teat rrom amvancr tne passage or tois act
all persons entitled to a less pension than
hereafter specified, who, while In the mili
tary or naval service, and In line of duty,
shall have lost the sight of both eyes, or who
shall have lost both hands, or been perma
nently and totally disabled In the same, or
otherwise totally disabled as to render thm
utterly helpless, or so nearly so as to render
them utterly helpless, or so nearly so as to
require the constant personal aid of another
person, shall bo entitled to a pension of
twenty dollars per month, and all persons
who, under like circumstances, shall have
lost both feet, or ono hand and ono foot, or
been totally and permanently disabled In
the same, or otherwise so disabled as to be
Incapacitated from performing any manual
labor, hot not so much so as to require con
stant personal aid and attention, shall be en
titled to a pension of twenty dollars per
monin; nun an persona hod, unacr nae cir
cumstance, .shall hare lost one hand or one
foot, or been totally And permanently dls-
amea in luesamo, or otnerwiscso uisaoica
as to render their lnabllilty to perform
manual tabor equivalent to the loss of a
hand or a foot, snail be entitled to a pension
of fifteen dollars per month.
In claims for increase under the above
section. If a Pension has been crnnted for
either of the disabilities therein set forth,
or for a specific disability, caused by a
wound, at tho lower rates provided for by
the previous acta since tho 4th of March,
1901, tne lorraai declaration ocioro a court
of record need not, be required, an applica
tion eucb aa that accepted in claims for ar
rears belne deemed sufficient.
Bee. 4- Mul bt it ftrttxr efjaci.J, That If
any omccr, aoiaier, seaman or onustea mati
nas aiea since ine in uayot aiartn, isoi
or shall hereafter die. leavlnsr a widow en
titled to a pension, and a child or children
unacr sixteen years oi age uy a lormcr mie,
each or said children shall be onUtlcl to re
ceive two dollar per month, to commence
from the death or their father and continue
until they severally attain the age of slxtccu
years, to bo paid to tho guardian of such
children for their use and benefit i Prm UUJ,
Koietwer, That In all cases where such widow
Is charged with the care, custody and main
tenance of such child or children the said
sum of two dollars per month for each of
said children shall be paid to her for and
during the time she Is or may have been so
charged with tho care, custody and main
tenance of such child or children, subject
to the same conditions. Provisions aud limi
tations as If they were her own chlldron by
her said deceased husband.
The above section Is to be construed as '
awarded the additional pension of two dol
lars per mouth on the amount of children of
a soldier by a former wife, from the datoof
the death of the soldier to the date of their
attaining the age of sixteen years j said addi
tional pension to bo paid to the person who 1
has been or may he charged with the cus
tody and maintenance of tho children for all
the time during which said person may be or
may have been so charged , and the widow
of the soldier can, without an appointment ,
as their guardian, recelre said pension for
the children while sha Is herself pensioned, I
and during tho time In which she Is or may
have been charged with the care and custody '
of them. II. Van Aeiuuu, ,
Commissioner of Pensions.
Tub American aud FonEiOM Cuhistu
Ukiox aid the Catholics In connection
with the American and Foreign C'hrl.llau
Union anniversary In New Tork, oa Tues- ,
day. at which It was claimed that the mis
sions of the society had been successful in
Roman Catholic countries, a letter was read
from Rev. Dr. Bacon, of Connecticut, do-'
cllulng an election as one of the officers of
the society, and dissenting from Its policy lu .
relation to Roman Catholics. Dr. Bacou I
says there are some things lu this American
and Foreign Chrlstlau Union lhathaenover
been satisfactory to him. The American
Protestant Association, under the leadership
of the lato Dr. Brownlow, and others, some
what like him la their notions of how to deal
with "Popery. always seemed to bo fraught
with more evU than good. Uo has hopes of
accomplishing much by evangelical labors
la Roman Catholic countries, but ho adds,
"I dislike the employment of itinerant Ice '
turers against popery, or of any icullar or
dcr of niuslonarle4)r colporteurs supported by
a no-popcry society, to labor among Roman
Catholics as distinct from other classes of
our population Most of all I dislike Ihe
ijlltmauc Hi. ui -uumm. iu.ciu.uia
mako popcrjr oJJoui tlie aort of arvuroeat
wlilrh alma At DroduclDC a treneral Imnrca-
Ion that Roman Cotliollo ilorgrmcn mo
houses of prostitution, Without Imply Id jf
that such wus ttie character generally of the
tracts aud hooks Issued hy tho American
Protestant Association. I may say that soma
of them were, la matter aud manner, better
filled to produce a reaction In favor of Ro
manism titan to servo the cause of pure
The doctor. after chanrluir udou the Chris.
Man Union Ibo patronage oftheso objection.
Huie puuiicauouB, says in tonoiusioni
"I therefore request the American and
Foreign ChrlsilanUnlonuoi the Invftk'limri
and theoretical constituency, but those,
whoever tiioy may ue, by mIioiu the annual
j business Is transacted to omit my uaiuu
from the list of vice presidents,'
rnaa-itw..' iia irknmr
niitn- He wastAor
Litin adticis from Teheran, Tertla,
report that the anthorltlea hftT tiitA atmnt
I Jt ahgfired arrests orpenoni who parttd-
tjsmtnA tat .to u..t hIIoIak- J -a. i
leM,-. aaa, UO IK.6UI IVUIVUI IUMi t
4 TiAfmoAT the wlrta of the
UoloqVrlegraph Company at betwea
: lr t
nuwere worked without batterieMbelafl
LrtrvA wltk etectricflT front tha.itmoa.
DkereaJMe. U tl
y AtsWlttuMsroRT, Pa., yesterday', Mr.
AUwuosj, oi mkk iutcd, wai run OVCT sua
kilted by DrXlcken thaler, who was driving
through the streets of that town at a furious
TOE London Timet of TtsUrd bail nn
cdikrlal article on the "rtjec Wd Atab4nM
treaty, wherein It Is asserted that the gov
ernment of Great Britain, la submitting to
an arbitration on the question at alL con
ceded everything that Waa oHgualTy de
manded or expected by Ihe American peo
ple, and everything that U -was possible to
Ybsterdat MORKinoat o'clock, a young
man, named Talbot, a rejected lorcr or a
sister of Mrs. Flrnt. residing &t th rnrnr
of Montague Terrace and Montane street,
uiw.iju, mwiru iua uva-TWia OI IU0 yOUng
lady and fired a Pistol at her while she was
lying tn bed. The ball grazed her temple
and passed through one of her hands. Tal
bot then ran back to his mom. w Mmaoir
tbroigk the head, and Immediately expired.
ax niTUT.aAfioM oTlhe articles seised on
board the steamer JsnlaU, which arrived at
Philadelphia, from New Orleans via Havana,
shows that sixteen thousand cigars bad been
emeggled by some of Ihe unlet officers of
the steamer. Their discharge, was ordered,
oo tho ground that the goods, which were on
the ship's manifest, properly belonged to bsr
stores, and as such were not subject to sol
xnre. The matter has been reported to Col
lector Moore, who will Institute a strict in
vestigation. Tin municipal election at Providence, R.
I., on Wednesday, was not aa exciting as
had been anticipated, the withdrawal of the
8pragae candidate diminishing the Interest
of the contest. The candidates for Mayor
were George L. Clarke, Republican! Thos.
A. Doyle, Spragne Republican, and Nich
olas Van filyck. Democrat. Tuesday eve
ning Doyle published a letter withdrawing
from the canvass, but about an hour before
the polls closed his friends made a rally and
put In about 1,000 votes, hoping to throw
the election, as the vote was light. The
movement was a fall nre. Clarke waa elected
by 1,418 majority over all. the vote stand
Inei Clarke, 3,007, Doyle, 1,341 Van Slyck,
835. The City Council Is mainly Republi
can. The antl-Sprague men were jubilant.
The National Encampment, Grand Army
of the Republic, met at Cincinnati Wednes
day. The private exercises commenced about
noon. aen. W. H. Baldwin delivered the
address of welcome, to which Gen. Chapman
responded. Gen. Logan called the conven
tion to order. Rev. Dr. Qulnn offered prayer,
after which Gen. Logan delivered an address,
referring to the organizing of the Union
army and tho peaceful dlsbandment of the
same as the moat remarkable lu history. He
congratulated the Order on Its success, and
urged his comrades to foster It. N. P. Cblp
man, Adjutant General, read his report!
which was referred. At the hall members
only were admitted In the evening. A public
meeting was held at Wesley chapel, and an
address delivered by Rev. Wm. J. Aroshaw,
chaplain of the National Military Asylum.
Short addresses were made by Gen. Logan
and Gen. Warren Kelfer, and a battle-hymn
of the Union sung. Several bands furnished
V HOUSE, culaUf St room. I,a.ri sat
O itwl i,ql.. b.iwti 6lKiaadSTatfeslfMU
Ml. XsatSU pr moath, U kdrtat. aril st
ECM BtJSHILS OOOD CUTS FOR W CKSTS
TwfliiyMMs4 ilrMt riy7f al tdss
f OIT-03 WBDHESDAT ArTEBWOOB, MIX
XJ If, roi i4 yIUw CAIfABTBlED
raUrilBf U aiM tofJlF itr! rib
fikUknait.btlMi SnutMUk ul mifcttt.
via oi oaii aa a.w-o.iaat uifmobi.
fcoU.al airmail. APaJfal
. lwaaa Twairta an
TJ maajiTsaia ini
i ainaaaia air am, ar
TJH1TED STATES MARSHAL'S BALE,
la vlrlna af a writ at Art t,utm laBl..l t..,
Clark 'a on of laa Snpraua Co art or (ha DUlrlcl
MB, aaliad as4 UvlaS epoi aa laa propatlr of
radfe-ialaad (hflolta IL.hl. ata l. .-J ni
a all aad alavnlAP IV. ....!!
ol4 la aktlarr aiacolloB Bo 101, qvUr, Ed
rard T, Holloa t rara4 Bohl Bad wit. Char
sua Bob), aad Cbtf laa Klntnaa
TJHITXD 6TATIS MARSHAL'S SALE.
la virttts or a will of Uri faeVu. laanad
'ao&leaof ihabaprania Coaii tt tb
ambla, aal lo ndimtd, I will
DlMrtdofColambla, aa lo nadirfwtai, I will
sallalpabllaMla. for ak, U froalof bCoart
iloaaa daorof aald aoaaiy, oa THO BID AT, lbs
lddrf Jaa, 109, ai o'clock, ta .allSafaad.
aal a rlgbi. Iltla. clalta and latarail la and lo tba
! balroflot Bo 4, laaqaara Ho. So, fro a tit St
'.' Llscn ' Btraal tortb. batwaaa Twanty Aral
aa4Traalv.Meoa4 atraatiwaat, sad raonlBcbBcb
liSfMtSlarhaa la daptb. tofMbtr with all aa4
lafalaribalmprovamaalalbnraoB, la Iba ell y of
Waablaftoa, U O . aaliad Bad lattad a pea aa tba
proparly ofTboa. H J Vrra. aad will b aold In
atUryaxacatloaHo. S3). JadlalaltS C in faror
of Walur Stswart ALEX. SJU K f.
UAT.t5.. " " ""' myllft
BY THE AUTHOR UF
MEN, WOMEN AND GHOSTS,
Ml SB E. KTDART PHCLrS;
1'RICI. tl JO.
A Companion to "Oatei Ajar,"
THE GATES WIDE OPEN,
TRICE, SI iX
Two Intfuely Intcreatlnx Itooka.
For lata, wllb all tba saw publl
I ilaalari work la prji, poatr
Book and Stationery Storo
. nre.. bl 9th nnil lotlt.
C T. B0WEN,
IIOVNE, niUX, ANB
AND O L A Z IE B.
53 LoaslsDnave , bef.6thBul7IU ata.
JeT-Jobblsg nniptly cttesdad lo -&R
O Ii u 1ICIU1,
alLlb.,n.rai.. loUr..t.d; .bg.ld nil t.t
ti, uuld hbdai. kahui Itinopirion.
a.flbln. of tb. kl.d br.taror ofw.if t. tbta
Jpn 'lB sa re..irt "".....
Northwest Corner oi
SEVENTH AND U STBEtTS.
nrfflril operation! to the
frre uf cniROE
"Wee llonri-ttoio m aedSUTp m
rnblieiiali for CASH, la front of (lit eonrt boa
Sirurall-iatr, naTflDBSOAT, tha id 4 r of
Jana at, 1S, at 11 o'tlock, m . Iha follawlai
4aarlb4 rroptrtT la Wit, vli Lata Hoa i aad 0.
taaraAa 4S. lathaaitrof Waahtaataa. It tt:
FINANCIAL AND COHHBMCIAL.
WASHiaaroir, May IS, ISM. Jay Oooksat
Uo. faralsh the following quotations of Gov
erameni aeeuritlts. VV
- 8.ratJWUt....i ...iiB,
nrTjnitfl.iia i in
veiUbaaVJuatt jWT.,biC,l ii
Tf.-iwimfTi si....rjT ut'i
U.S.BB.1SS1 19IVV LM'ilnar'rXt llfU
araar taivih ha ah
S-Wf.UM nk Toaaiortlee,;,...IOS
S-tev,Ji ,iiatJ TJ0U...T. WJi
lvJifaH Jvloof quiel but Bteulyt Soethsra
iU 13. Wlietl qoltt tBt steadyi 91 TjQil m
saaie. Uora stall qolat bat Ami totto teats.
Oats dull aed UDcbaofedt 6Qt1 teetej Rye
qnltt and sttadri H 33111 11 I'ork qolat but
B'aqTf4iut3i n. uoid us'f. .,
BAlTtWOat MABRBTS. "
BlLTIMOKB. Uav 11 lfrM.fata"VTBa Waa
seartely any Inquiry for 1 lour on 'Chance Uls
nvriini.iauN lar aa we eoui laara no SB ire
were maifferMBir were rtneried. The
marks! Is weak and htKvy.Biid the teoaral
.b vi i'iivtv nuuirnniiUi vniia luvNU
sasteot trsas'tlioas ratrs sre altontMr aent.
irf-Ws ttsUy Ibis iVioVrtlalr.Mtinsa.
tlve. .The receipts were aboit s, bushsls,
snit we BOtelf-.. relldws, vl RH el II U
Glsi do-.Al it TSG.iTBi tie l SQr3 te'the
ixtter Bcure btiof paid far a tot of 2u0 bushsli
choice Blly, end while at 1 00
steady, at about restsrdir's flurts. , Hales
were mJ rt white at lecsnls.do. at lfi1
cents, sed yellow at si Writs
Oafs There was bat oae lot at atsrkst Md
no sales are rtoorlnl.
Coa. Wehsveto report aeootlauevrry
dull market for cot toe, but ptlcta remMa
sleady, aad holdere show Uttlo dlipesltlee lo
presB stirs To-day we have heairt el no silts,
bet weeuots Vflnod ss fuilewa.vlit At tu,
for ordinary. SoftM. far food erdlSarr, tl
for low ifdllnir, eod 2TH23o for mUdllof ,T
Cojt The eiarket Is eaeeedlnxly Ball, sales
bclar still restricted by theedvaaesae41ue
tastlens la rold Thefs Is. howevar, rsther
vrore delnr. aad we report saleeer toe berB Rie
atlse, (glil, duty paldi BM bse tla-eed io
mail jsrs, both ob prltAte ts rms we quote
cold prises as follows.Wtli For Rio Indeed
ioailUo , aed duty paid UflU'i-. for (sir lo
srood, lTQlss, for prime to choice. Ijftxuavre
.TQiae a aed Jsva iiQUs The slock of Rio is
Moiitttu In veryllthl supply, end trsas
aotloee are coBSaqueailr small prices are
nrra.aedwenuoleaebffore, vlxi Unheal AS
Meeat foreUyedieorlS cents for MuseoVBdot
Port HIv a SOftr eania, aw dnatiaai ll4
at 44O70 seats per glloo.
MlU Feed Prlcea Atsitnehirg.t,na) we still
quote aa follows, vltt Urownatutr UQl) cents,
ead Mlddllofs et UQS1 eeats per boibei.
Jrrfs(ec The market Is wltheal cbarjie
la any respect and may bo quoted dull, w lib
prices takseelsl steadily malaUlned There
Is still a demand for bulk meat, and el a silent
decline oa current rate, considerable sales
could be made Shoulders are held firmly at
1SX., aed Sides we quote steady t ISe for rib,
llteoa we quote as before, Vlsi At llftU'i
cents for Shoulders) 1H sente for rlbHIdrai
lTJi01TV eeots for clear rib do, and 10921
eentB for Haras. Lard we quote steady at
IB cents for prime Westcra, aad bsrreled Pork
t tza for Prime, and $31 U per btrrelfor Mess.
Rice OaroUnftconUoaeala rood detn'nd mod
Drro, ao me aa ta to llereee srlltof to-day at t
eeots. The ram a s from lU to 9 eeate.
RangooB we quote at erjsW cents
5eu-Llverpool Is la fair supply and IsselL
lor quite freely In lots rrom store st Ihe fol
lowing1 rates, tit: i soijji for O round A lorn,
aadtUOOtlpereaek for Flee Turk's lalted
sells lo lots from store at Wfll cents per
buibal, but It Is quite dull
Sugtrs-Are stronr, but the elTerlors are
Itfht, and trsnsactlois are coasqueniIy II m
lied. Weoote sales ore canto of 3Mhhds rood
reQalnfUubs.on prlvste terms, whleh Is the
only trsneactloa we have heard of Pr lca are
at ll;ui2cent grocery gradeo Dubaat iXA
OlS'-iot do Porto Rico at li'iflUXo., and
rm aiquoianoaa, Tin rair 10 RQOa renniei
iemarftra vacua 01 pan at UKOlsTis.
RtAned Suoari Prlcea era ud U. aad ara
Suote es follows, vlsi WX cents for Hard
ruibedjls eentB tor Soft white A V cents
for Olrcle At ii eeots for lit Ji cealsforU
extra, and U cents for U yellow,
SyrupiTh murket Is Btesdy, aad prices
are aa before quoted, vis, T30TS sente for Balti
more aoldcDt IfrQTT cents for MsrylendOoldeni
t&Qtt ceau for Moaumeotali MOM tents for
ChesapeBke. AOtl 41 centa for Merehaata. aad
SOOII seats per rNon for Ointoa O olden
rTAtoAy-Ia In light eappdy M Brsa. Wc
at te senta.aad advsece slaee yesterday of i
VAJf IfETBrTJER-rOPI -Oetha, Lltb In-Uat,
atnaallaeM E chereb. by Ibe Riv LoiB-rT'
Wli! area a. a. Iiiiil fL. V altara, r ua. i-
ir.Mi.Wr" K- dfc' wavrop.:
RETOTTSW-COLLITa -fla WHoMUrlhalUk
L?,la511 lTla cbarch.br tb Ka Falhar
Recbrrl. attd by ftav Pailiar tfeCatty. Ok
'"poC kBTCiAHto EnHA.daacbtorof Ranban
Uotllai.eti All or tbucltr
MABTIIf-FRaXKL K -On tha Itih !ot . ay
Ike Rev C 0. Jlaeder.tsM I Uiari to Mia.
r. rAKit liotb r thie city
nMcKBAsT-BDRCH Oe the Hb l..t by 1b
AftsieR. Urace. both of thle-lly '
WllRLAIt -Oe Iba 13 h lo.t . I.hi L , alj-l
aoa af William aad Catharine WlieltD, seed 4
yeari Omaatbaanl Sdaya. r
Hie faneral will Ukeplac oa 8tBrJay.lbo I3tb
at half rjal f o clck at , from bla fareaia real
deaee. Mo TS Tlilrd lrt, Uearolowi, D C .
eadoeMJ laMoentOlUalCematery Tberrteadi
of Ibe family an roqeaatad lo etioad.
VcOARTEK -Oa tbo 1Mb or April, of typhoid
PBoaaaaaU, pfra Makv McOABtia, si the rail
deaceofliri FerrU.iB Detract
D Y. HARTEY. A. A, UARR.
HARVEY A. MARR,
TJ I 1 XI 11 T JL. 1C E II (9 ,
NO.su F STREET.
Ilotrreon Ninth nndTontli.
(Formerly wllb HmV Co . ill Sereath etrce'. )
COUGHLINS DRUG STORE,
Corner of F and Ninth Su .
Uppoalle Huosle Tewple.
Pare aad Freeh D oiVtaJ Hedlclaea, Oeanlse
( awiuimrwiiTw waasir rirl 0.aM'ly
Wlaea, Lhior., Bitten. Ao , at LOW VotCl.
Oa draocbl bo enrtvaled
with cbotcelofByrarermado from frnlljaterp. for
tartly. CMolneu and flTor It la naaquAlad. wblcb
aa len aatla'actorlly demonstrated dnrlor the
. .n v Riwai
Hats, Caps, Booti and Shoe.
BeBTer aid Caalmere Dreas Hale,
Patent Ventltatai Tropical Tlate.
Hoye' aad Cblldrea'a Birawe laaban laaeo
raaeus (leased aad trimmed
. o , , B 11 STlMSIfETSACO,
tH PeiBiylTSnlaatenaa, aocead door from Tblr
High Gut Lasting Bal's.
lllh Cut L.,llDr Bat. a.flSCofS.OO.
mm num., aitan Df
Men's Conerrii UuoIb. f-d.UU and up.
at ace, cheap
Bllppare.. ,. . ..SI C
good Buaklae... I ?
Batten Hoot 1,80
tlaee rood at price
mat wUl defy trade
Tha orliiael S-1 M
For eeealltvc and
acblac feet, try Gob.
f rM and Low Shoea.
Nevcnth HI reel .
Uodar Odd Fellowa'
7IUT CLAM BAT ISTaULIIHHIHT
ft II RTINEMETZ. HAT
TtR,234 PeaoeylranU avenue
ccoud uoor irou aniriecBin
Ireel All Ihe new ilylea far
erlea now raady OaailemeB's
OrM Hale, S3, SO. ST and S3,
aq't i Boy'ali
a naaaoi tail oaiag
51,8 'n,filVJUfVSm- 518
Hnvcjnit opened at BU Seventh eireet, eppoettc la
felllscBcerUalldlaf, anew and well (tteeted stock
.fUATS. CAPS, BOOTI end BU0IS for QeiUe
men aid Boy, which they offer ai a snail ad
vseec epos soil BavlBg bonfht for Cah they srs
enabled loofer eeperlor ladeceraeatst' nrchas
srs, aad aolldloaly aaopportealty ' .laeetbc
rnblla that Ucy sre really sell lrable elsae
sf foods at very low flenrec
A call Bolletted, sad eemparleon of prleeecbsl
Us ted with sny elmllar eeUblUhnenl In Ibe
J T. rXTTT A CO.,
lljSTnibtr,oppjalt lalalllf eneer Vnlldlni
Wseblncton P O.
Oood sleek of Osatiaad UnbrvtlBC constantly on
Pianos and Mail a
plAHOB I T1AHOB ! I HAHOI I '
A Isrfe airortmeat of aew aad seeoad'haed
Plsnoeasd Uriaas for aale or rest upon aaiy Urate
at tba War room of
10 j 10 tl VT, U, MBTZIftOTT A CO.
PIA50NI PAIII.OK OnUANSI
M nelc nnd H anient fustru.
LAK0EBT STOCK IN THE C1TT
ft aale or rent JOHN K. Kf.LlM,
isyll 3t 900 Penu. ave.f near 10th.
ia biatytct fjaWjlreu.
J an SSMBBCCB .
Jl -1-- aSBriE? SafaW
layUaala tn h
OTARf .POBflC, '
r or DmJs as Coayariri ,
ietlr sad properly to atteaJ to
arlalalar U Ibo abyo.aaiBed
LajereW&BiT M tolp m
aa. Ha. SIT KlaLik Ui.... .J
rDAHB BAEt-A HATCH UAMB
. . wlll.be playel Til IB AFTERMOOM. s
Beleck, bWWMB UsyirsISals-alRlM.,
tlaa Clab, Poalt e 1 ef tha Firtt Hlae Sre Ui
I s. a , Staatoa, .Brooke lei bee. V, Sta
p.. BrWatdbaie.HallSdbaM, MorrJC f,
KiVl f.Tnrn'rr;,f BmobA Meet WJIIUml
U i. UUter Jet lUee.Te AeUcraL, Lljiicka
w, Tbowaa a. a.Btoveren 3d baae, Drown
m. m ttiaf niiii.niaa Ammnrt itiiiw
jp . zzrrr ""i
rereeee wieiiettei Ee klMKliascWBnllSlac
Aeeoclalloe nw ta ooerH ef faratalles ere lav Had
U attend a preliminary mealies: la Ihe Friend1
MeetlaC'Ronee, en aortl aide ef 1 treat north, be
lr!ftVi!,hV!,l.TB-tb streets weal, oa,
. RBiarellied eltlieaa era hy Uw reqelrel to pro
date eertileatae or eerttSed cftplM. or atlfaeiorr
proof of ihelr lose. JUJtU AWC001C.
ROBT. H MOnKtH.
J. fi. CROhKn.
B.Cllyef Waahlastoa.D 0.
fcX? IH aEOROETUVrif.-Tbere will be a
mvatlftr of the Repnbltcaaa 'ef Oeori'towa ea
IK I DAT XVEHIBO nezt,lthlaeUal( at Se'clock.
n m Da the Oool fiamarltaa'a Hall, oa Monti
eireet. betwoaa Weal aad Stoddard Street. A fall
atlaadaaaa la reqaeelM, as bnalaes 01 importance
V3BF Tba naderaleaad Jadt Of BlMa af
Ihe City Of Waablaftoa will be le a'loa In the
feerth ward, nl She City Ball, pa FHlDAT.llth
In. from ID a. a ttl.r n for tba pnrpoae of
Metnnliied eltlieas sre. by law. rcqnlred to
prodneo certlaaataa or eertlBea voplcer eell
Eoa I A- huuker.
t, B. CROSBUAM,
Jedassef Ilectlea. WaeblnfUa, D. C
13; WAV Hit.l. IN
take ptaaaatCARROLLTIALL, O Mrat, tMw--n
aiaia ii ia on inuaiuai aianiau,
if IS. Card edmltliar n aealleman nnd Lady,
Bt.Vbebndonlyof Fro?. Sheldon al UeAeade-
aay. 317 F atroat, aptf-Sw
ef-IIAI.P PH1CH TO XaABOUIHQ
kS7 fEOPLX far Daatlatr b T)r A PRATT.
(eradnateef theOble Cellese er Oeatal Battery
at Claelaaatl. ) Ofloe, 637 Bc-enih atroet, between
U and E.(llaaS ap-tfT
rJT-TIlE FOURTH WARD 11 E PUB
USJ LI OAK OLUB will held their renlar
BMetlsi at the Charcb. corner cf Timrth and L
etreela. everr WEDRBSDaT RVE3HHO nntU
farther aetlee All Repnbllcans are lavlted.
NOTICE TO TAX.PA YKUB.
Otaiai ai lntiiAi
VITT IIALb.lBABBHBrr. VIIT WIFO,
Ifotlee le hereby gleea lhai Ibe amnt for
lft la eora plated a nad that the Aaaeaiarc will meal
at their oBce dally, (bead, ye cseapUdJaiB a m ,
aadcoBllene In ilon until S p in from tbla
data 10 Star U, lfl, U hear eon.nlaints and p
poala ef allpereoae who may coaileer Ibemiclves
1. C WEAVER,
Sesreierr of the Board ef Aeeaaaors.
apl-WASeer . ,
OARPftTS, OURTAIRI, .
, TM LAROESTfiTOCRI
TUB IfEWaaT AHUbEBT PATt:
Wat. B. MITCHELL
r nIU.lAHLI rin
AflTUHSbLa m vu.a
Over Perry Bro 'a
W.HlWl. Ue.err Bae HEW IMfllNU
kUOlfSfor Ladtao and aaatletnaa, the only one
IntboellylbatUeoadeoUden flew Tork. Pblla
delpbU. ana Boaton alye. Ladlea thatvUttMr.
BBBTT'S can eomeln aadbara the vary btTKA,
COFFERnndLUOCOLATI. tt SU Rlathelreat,
eearff JanlS tf
-K-O. F. OOMHinS,
A N KXTKlAl vlTBo59 HhfS SoB 1IODB1S
htr the pebltemay arwiTeSBf VVUAT TUB I
WAHT.aadof the BEST atANUFACTORlT
Beooid doer Bonth of K etreetnndlforUern Market.
A Haar .aaraab.air Lantu. aailalliariil
ai the New York Mumbb of Aaatotny. enbraclac
thoeebjKcleiRow te Lire end Vf bat lo Live Fort
and Iferyeea DImim eeaoanied fori Alar Mace
Phlloaophlcallr Coatldarod. Ac Tbeac lectaree
will be forwarded on receipt of roar atampa by ad
draaakaii Becreiarr Mnaanta of Anatomy, Haiti'
tnnr, Tl Weal Baltimore eireet, Baltimore, Md
KBBAVR FOR TOVIQ BIICN.-
Kx7 On tha Error aad Abaees I act d at to oath
aad Early Manhood, with lb hnmane view of ir-at-aaenl
nad enra.aeal by mat (Tree of chre AJJtaaa
, rblUdelphln. Pa
' meat of tba Baakrapt Law proTldea tul
la all procaadloie commenced after Ihe flret day of
npon whleh be shall t
pro Idea thai eartala petltlonere, and all who eom
ebart",lbonib they may have no aiaate
niT ariia urun aoiniuaiii. nn raitaiia iha
wUhaUadlagtbo provlalen, In vUwol lulitalte
tloaa 111 aieAntrnaa. daktara wltrtAnt aaaata an
ad 11 apply the for tho beaeSt of the law la all fnrU
of Iha country
FerooaaTalblcMatrlct who allll wlek to avail
. a or 11a peaani. nan wnoanve nieueia,
ahonld oaamlaa CArafaflv whatkar IhaT- ara la.
eladadlnibe Urea or Ibe limitation The ub.
eertberwlUaiveiaformBtloBoa itlaanbjecl at all
ttauawltbentebbrio. GEO hi AH OS,
aitoraer at Law ana noiicitor in uaonrnpicy
City flail. febY
Books and StaU onery.
WMOLBaALl AND RKTAtL DE.LKB If
IIOORN AND BTATIOtfERV. . snililUL AND
TiotfBRv.. smniuL and
nu rnjiuns riui an,
ao 179 flRVEifTi sruiitr.
a-ooU Bet UaaAI.
Ball. HeteeaooaetUI wbee others fall 1 U cob 11
feattal aad reliable. Eepftrata roome lor lad I
Hotels and Eeitanrant
rainiaiifna., v . u t
SKHVICS. A tl CARTE Private DIbIdi Roome
r Ladlee aad deBtlemen end Partla. fU tf
ix iiLvisiA iviaui.gui inacoroar tiru
loentbatfaeliTUOMAB OUEKN. lata of Wlllard e
Jot I, proprietor Roome and board en reona.
Interna. fobs 3m
N0.4SS PEBTMaTLTAMIA AVENUE,
Bet. Third iub4 Fear-auadbelf ate.
Pint elaae Beardlar. with all Ibe Comfort, of a
lleUl. Aceommodallon forloo Ooail No
Llqeora aold Board SXW pr day
nolS If T.T MABICK.
IT. CLOUD nOTIL,
This new and eommodlonthoaaa, corner of Broad
tsllaary depart meat I In the moat experienced
and, afford 1 01 fot an nneqoaleJ tab.o
One of AtwoodrePaUnt Bleyatora la alee inon
tbc "modern ImproTcmcnta," an4 al Uo service
ofjtaeete at all bo nre
The Broadway end Unlverelty Place ears pais
the door crery four talent, reaalaf from the Llty
Uall le Cealrnl Park, while ibo Sixth aad baranti
Aveaao llaee are beta abort blochon either aide,
afferdlae ample facllltteefor eommnnloallBf with
all Ibe depots, steamboat laodlate.placea of auuae.
naai aaa vnaiaaaa 01 too iraat ro.tropniia
rtOLUHBIA miPEBSART POK WOMIJf AUD
J CUlLDKEH.altbe ColnmbU Uoipltal, corner
of Twenty Bfth atreet aad Paaoiylvanla aveauo
Upon dally, BaBdaya excepted, from IS tolp m
jaouitmaii anq aawiia i'"l 0 I
Monday , .Dr L W RlUble
Taeaday. Dr tool Mack all.
Wadn-iday Or, Wm Lee.
Tbnnday Or Daaey
Prlday Dr P. A AebfotJ,
nalerday ..... . Dr J H, Tbornpavn
evcryBainraay ntliMp ta.
isr loompaoa win uoia a nnrgicai uiidi
ft. V. A. ULARllxfAK,
BURGEON AlfD DENTIST,
orrtoa He. sob r Ivaisv.
Between Twelflhan4 Thirteenth etroets
BefaratoUtahop HaOtll. of Mkhtaoad. and all
Iha Mallear fac ally ot Phtladelpbla, UaHrniore,
Ud atUbownd,nnd Drs. Qarnett, Eraaa, bnrkler
i'.rie.il. want a.d who ar. about t com.
spxflu ' ri)l'eaai;lTsU avcaai.
3B IlKOIRT RATIO If OP VOTKH1
l..IHjrUB FIFriT.BBVEifTII ARD8IXTH
WARpa,wrkepdoratraed, JadfeeoT Eleet'on or
Ihl'lV-5'. VfuslMlee. will bo, la aealoa In the
Jt WARB at Carroll HaltVon the north Side
of Bortk Caroiiaa afana, , UetTe Flret aed
Beconl afreet eaet, ea SATURDAY, the 1Kb tail .
fremSe'elock. a aatotp m1. for tboparpne of
WepartBB a lltl of ibo qe all Sad rolera In Iba Fifth
nard aal en MOB DAT. the ink lat , al the
Pslal Bbh ea I atrafblwaH Siitb aad
laat . MB FlSaweraold torroeS. Tealh alre4
. A s 1 ;
nxNTV rBK cIIbt. iivvlclV
AT HIS WEWUtCE,
227 Wd'220,,'P OTonth Street,
. tr , (ii r 1 en
Detvrvea M amal If -ill r tela
ObRcrv Ihti Followlnc, LUt
I'nva sansl Fe3fJnTlMS)l t
(EverylhlasloU OaaraaleadU Ve ef Uf Flaeat
Qisllly thatthe aurkil aFertle.?
WeleU'e heet Family S3.U l-'i fckl.
Bend's IDormi Mlllal Dect Fevaalljr
3.80 1-4 bbl. Sack.
All lower grades ai prepertleHaSely
Cot Loaf 10. Crashed, OraamtUted)
and Powderedf le
A Coffee If e. O Kxtrm OaftVo 1 l-.
yjrawn mt IX, 13, 13, 1ft sm4 19e.
Ro acted Java 4Se
(A alrietlrpeiais article
Uaraealbo 30.nsted BBe, Rl ta
lu all their rat-tetlea and ef tha Vcit
FlmeetChope sued ett exeoedlalw Lew
Uumford'alSa Warrsa's ITe.
40e. perGnlton, rerr heat qntaUff.
odalOe. MllklSti Olaejrer rmapBl.
Donee'e Hotter 10. xnmom IBo
KeebleHa Philadelphia Fauaor Oakee
and Craekers IssRndless Vartedy.
Rntln Oloee Stavreh, a lb. Doxee, TB ota.
Cocoa 49c. per lb.
Deeleeated Cocoasint R0 and 40e per
nbfalttaSoap lSe.per hr-flBhtfor
91. Dobblu'e Soap ITe per henwBlR for
1. Starch 10c per lb.
CroBsa DUtkwtll'i Celebrated
Ptek.es. 40c. per bottle.
Bseenee of Coffee 5c. per Box.
lyrnpe and ktejaaees of all einalltlea
And In fact Kverrthlnv that oan be
found In a FlraUClnss House of tkla
kind, and at Correapondlnfelf Zaw
Corn Starch He per lb Sib. aaas Te
psatoea 90. Sib. cans TomatoM SS.
dooda promptly dellvereA to all parts ef the dly
nnd Oeorfetowa wlthont expeaee le the per
cbaaer V sabtt-tf
W. J. EEDSTEAKE,
tiRocr.nr and varibtt atobk.
IKo.sbi Mew York Arann, Comer f
syUtf Sixth Htrt.
FL0UE ASD jTEXD.
The cbeapeat In the eHr. al rJARBOLL'l, eornir
Oornmoal soraM taau per hnabcL
ShlpatetT eu4t eaate par nnabel.
Hrowa.tnff 4310 eeau per nneheL
Hran VkObJtl ceau par baabat.
Hay SI 13 ear hnndred weight.
Poltna fU99 oeaU par bnihCL
Oat iVJ niu par boihel.
. Hberal dueonat lo dealera. wyt-lai
UOUATIO HCOtYNINO, 1LPHEU3 UIDDUCTOX.
DROWNIPfU ok MIDDMTTOIf,
Wboleanle and BeUll Oreears and
TEAS, WllVEsVl'llKr, C10ABS,
Al inO MIQ PIABU 01
UI reao'VlvaaU arena. eppoilU MelropolfUl
r J 1 UTIOllL Sill
i. U hiii, (af Jay Ooobe A Ce.,) Praadeot,
W It, UuVTIJtOV, Caahior,
Mi EE3MEST DEP0S1TUKT
ft ma' iL auist or tab ohiteb btatu.
(Its .raaav, orreetvs via vsiAanr apaav
JoTcramtBt teas title with Treaaa ree felted St,
AVJXiE UILLIOM DOLLlll.lt
We bay and ell nil elaaaee ef OOTIEBMIBT
SECUKITIKBat correal market rales.
tV&SHU EICniHOE endBMkeCelleoiteaava
4 LL TUB I'RI BCIPAL CITIES Of THE OHITEB
Vfi pnrcbaie Uttreramaal Toeehera en the SMtOY
iVCKSHIE TERMS, end live 01 a nre 1. te
a err ittibtioii vo
iCi'mMir UDtmESBMEIIASD TIKM,
tnJ t ar lhr bitlaaalratt4 leaa.
rOLI IIUBHATI ' la reard le OOTBKB.
y EHT Li) I h S al all Hum law felly feral bad
o K E a tl o ,
01 IK 1KB.
ir-Xt-.TU STKEET. OPPOSITE THS
bey and tell at carnal market rata, and kaap
eoBUetiy on head n fall enpply ef
COMPOU J D INTEREST MOTES,
Ordere frBtotk. Dead. Be,cxcented. ant Oel
1 Ktloas made oa all aeeeeelble peUU.
3 3iOOT.t JOB '
1 Cor. Oth . D ala,
n GIBBON BR0g g
1 p.. a. onaiu.iiM. a.TiDii'iiTaii
comiijionaii a k.uioib,
Woodward Bnlldlnr, Worth Bide Pennaylraala
Avenue, belweea Tcatk nnd Eleventh streets,
BOOk. Job. Aad MtVIMMt Pllatlaa Mannll.
..uj - --- ';.n..7'
CTABEWIITDIE k Tf I
TKirrN aNII HITII.nKKH
WiSUlWIwfll'.fjiM .tAJfr ijiiott
!jhic Ko Xoot idtifi4 "
1 auuM latoitfiT. u irn.k,' t
"TBI IBAOI."iiD'ir,Taannu tub
aa IcoTf 1 iiiati
atlB rfeo MMitt of Ihe riteHaiS
thnefh She River of baartt axl Aeeonelen U the
OeUaMalcily not defillne:. onreninva mii
tlfnioeenev BverrfVBjalBtasW'"ick Mallaee
"Admlastoneoeealat reaerveteeste Tl eeate 1 shll
1, w ttSIM.rrofrrielor
W B tl.Wla.a.h.laiu.aikaaa alalla UklH.
BOO Wt,VOWWHKt.V '" '
JH .IrtOrf tm4 IOMB0I Bltt.
aaaa r MoyiuHinoqli dmm op .t iiif.
Gtuwia i iMki-iaRUainaaoewU. chil
iSjjTw.u. - him ATUKa7af (
tlitiitVMrixr lr titu. (mi kial. iti.
JiMtwUbnUdarUM.lif Awwlrn Lali.(wllllta
art, ,f,ij4.. ft.4 ilMi. Oh.pml, , ),. tr.W
.li Inlf.r.. PmUii Cf.rh,. fc B.ir,
bVoWW. W T
nn r i..Anit! dBainrBiiiiTiosri.
.." ; iSTsr'T"". ."": Tr." TiTTrL - r..j wm
rn rnoaroraaiar, ana aiiar ai ionw"
at reenibAd been Ubee, ever four bead red BJ
w sroff tamed away. " wyt-lt "
HO POR GLYMOHT.
Thie ielhhirataewmV reaerl en Ibe JPolomsc
KUfrlenow open foe Sxenraloae. rtc fflee, he
Saltnle paftkieaniaka.lba mnU W. dally, for
IrmennAf Hn.ataiei I P n a leaTeOiymoal
andFn AaaAredafo) rnleevandcothraakfaat aai
laHorakMdhelecl Ua nurbeteaa afford
r6fh4rBuobord wlU, u.afaw dare, make ially
tripe teQJajoeat al tedaeod plf
. PerwnewUhlncteapaada4lUfhlfet Jlna away
vetveen BUeeath aaf Twelfth Street.
Open every alxhf with a t,nl tlaeyerl"tr enter.
Dry Oood. ,
A tTCTlOTf BARtJAIKff
Chcae sal Mittled Mrthalra aad ropllna fur 80JU.
r ranch nnd Mean Lawna.
Llioaand Bilk ran; all e,tlo S
Llara focLndlea Snltlaff
del Bxl V nek and WM oUrasadlne
Caimm, Line Drill. Linen Cbcrke aed
Coititatd, 1 .
While Ooodj; JWfa & !aortlnra
Al AELBT AniCDAI?'?.
nylS 123 Pa. av., amth side, near Tth bU
OKKN ADIXEfl AND 1IBBNANI.
We have Jnat Telrl n'aptandll VecV of Hie
above-atede nl XT',, i 00. ti. 70, H, SI. BUB -or
my II lite 1 Centre Market Space.
OU JT T. HITCIIELL,
tit i.Na.lrRiil. arean., between
lain antl Tenlh alretla.
BIlUttrUL tTBI?Itl iHtl TIOtlRID OAl'ZI
ULC'ilD WOOL 0RU1BISE.
fleTC remeve) le Ro SB Market Bpaao. ead are
mIi.bc areas barrel aal a DraaaOoaJa, (JalMra,
FarnaeC.Cerpe'i,Halllne:n4)4 Oil Cloth , Pnr
ebaaareortUAadUUlbatr nlereit lo vlr them a
" JOHNSON at COLLET,
SS Mnrlsa Rpite, betwreni ioTenih
my I St
The andkrafrndaBBtBaeea Ibetbe has taken the
weUknewn end lets eateblUued
"SAVAC-V' flARDWARE HTORE
1 k streel,
K1AR Till COEHEtt UP TKMTII,
Where he will eoa'd'sstV Wsrtl
Ilardvrart) and lion no Fisrulehlnar
hnaUeaa aad ollclle froja hU frlenda nnd the
,"-kVin""","'7iEU. P. GOTO.
XORTH 8i GQSZLER.
Cilia Iftiu nl Ctrl Eilale Enkcn,
'. j?. i Haal. BoUdlnf,
Corner at 1l
imiiu biwi .aa n.w xoca Af.Bat,
IL (Peraierly of the Mew York nad Cool bar,)
. AMDBOLltiltuEOP rLAIHB,
tnil lake cherie of eaaaa U tha United Biale Be.
preaaoLenrl, theCenrt of Clane. ihe Bteeutlre
pepertaaeaUorao-eraBioal and before Coagreaa
&o.Htai.nerth. WhlaloaaUy, D U ap-tl tf
aiv. iPST or THE PEACE.
0See-4O rear-end a half atreet weet, near r
j unit tut ntltrti! w I 1
La ad lord end tenaniani ctvll La4noa general ty
AlaoTttaei. Leaaee, Horl(tra and Wlllednly
OttMopcafTesate. nn, tf Ip. n. dally.
arenin eireeie. waaeiecioa, 1 u.
All bait neat oalrntted te hiat promptly and
Corner Seventh na4 B sUaeU, Wath.ajtiua, D4 C
flaeelnl atlenllca paid to cseec reolrlax Con
freeclenal action, preseentloa la Ihe Coerl 0
Claims, ail before the Depertmeals.
mhlS-tf OEO; T. DRIOOS
I. G. niNE,
BT. IS t".ar-.ndli.ir Mlrevl,
waaalaflTO, p. o.
W. P. LABSELLE,
H. H. ALEX AN DEE,
HO. a IACI.IAHA ATSKDE,
IIU Clly 11.11.
n.. aa:. TVT A RSBC,
leal EiUU udOtitral Iiranttt Igtnt,
. 7 F alraal, ketw.eu auib .
freapt AttmUra OItwi to CellMtleni
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
D. E. SOMES & CO.,
ESTABLISHED IN 1803,
No. 476 HT3ntli street, opnoilte
roe( once, Waeblugtaa. 1. C.
Invanters and olbero laUretedla PaUetDoal.
Winei and Llqaon
T AMEB If OL AM, "" ""
f pBALie in
. , . WI"f8i LIQUOKB. AMD CIOASS
Bole if eat for Cane d'Or. Las d'Or, and ller
ItTx PciatylvBnle nveaao, IdJjinlBi Uelropuiltas
Itora aed flample Boon sopcriatended by Wtu
. Coarcy '
ajp-Aaaatfor tba T a Maaola Clear aM tf
' BUreotyplng and Klcctrotypipg
CBBAT A WAYNE,
Mterootrwara and Electrolypera,
PRJnifR8-L,IB' 8LO0B, METAL PDRHI.
XSSI " isrsl aaeorfment of DObiNXbB
FBE8H HEW YORK BUTTER,
Esosivbo DaUV, Al SPICIR'S BUTTER 8T03E,
4U Mlath atreet
Dealtt nnd soasBDfrs pplled st lowetctb