existed. He said that money contributions or pri
vate persons toward a war fund was sanctioned,
and that this money would be applied to complet
ing the Egyptian contingent. The Khedive hoped
that the Suez Canal would remain neutral water.
Alter stating again that, come what may, the rights
or the Egyptian creditors would remain Intact, the
TI1K SrKZ CANAL.
TJte Herald's Egyptian correspondent also
visited the British fleet at Port Said on Friday.
The Monarch's boilers have given out, and she
will return to England to have them replaced.
The Hotspur will remain at the entrance to the
eanal until further orders. The rest of the
Beet ha9 gone to tne Pineus, the port of Athens.
The fleet Is composed of the Alexandra, Admiral
Hornby's flagship, carrying 12 heavy guns, and
having armor 11 Inches thick; the Sultan, 12 guns,
10 Inches of armor plate and 5,2d0 tons burden;
the Swiftsure, 14 guns, 7 Inches oi iron plate,
1,880 tons; the Devastation, 4 guns, turret, In which
Ismonnteda 41-ton gun, 4,400 tons burden; the
Monarch, 7 guns, turret, 9 inches of steel plate; the
Hotspur, a rum, 4 guns, a turret with 9-lncli plates,
and the Kuleigh, a despatch i>out. The Monarch
bus the greatest speed, being equal to 15 knots per
hour. The llotspur is slower, being equal to only
12 knots. The Devastation is the most formidable.
Nearly all have Hut ling guns on board. The
Egyptian navy is weak, as the best vessels uro
serving as transports in the Black Eea. It is re
ported that the British ironclad Research may be
expected at Pol l Said at an early day.
The Turkish Minister of Marine, Cassim Paclia,
irrived on the loth at Alexandria from Constanti
TIIE STRENGTH OF THE EGYPTIANS.
Tne strength or the Egyptian army Is unknown.
The troops arc all armed with Remington breech
loaders and the ileld artillery with Krupp steel
breech-loading cannons. A scarcity of horses
exists owing to the lata) horse epidemic last year.
The pbyslqne oi the men is unsurpassed by that of
any army in the world. Egypt has already
sent s,ooo men to Turkey, where they
have been employed iu the garrisoning
of Varna. Three or four thousaud more troops
will be sent soon. Prince Hassan, the Minister ol
War, the Khedive's third son, who was educated at
Oxford, served In the Prussian Second dragoon
guards and served in Abyssinia, is expected to
depart for Turkey, accompanied by twenty stall'
ofllcers. They are ull natives, with four excep
tions. It is highly improbable that any American
ofllcers will be sent, they having important admin
istrative work to perform in Egypt. The Prince
will probably have command of a mixed Egyptian
and Turkish army corps. The Egyptian troops
have already won an excellent reputation In Tur
key. Many ofllcers have been decorated and pro
moted by the Turkish government. All of them are
THK CAFTCRMtf C1TT OF AKDAJIAV.
The Russians captured at Ardaban a Turkish pacha,
eighty-two cannons, iuclnding two eight-inch and a
number of smaller Krupps. Ardahan, like all other
old citadels on the Asiatic Irontler, was surrounded by
heights commanding it within easy artillery range.
These hoiithis had been fortified, but wbon they were
ouce taken?as seems to have bocu the case at Ar
dahan?the fortress itself would become un
tenable; so the Turks did the best they could?
namely, to withdraw the garrison ol eleven bat
talions ond eflect a Junction with Multbtar
Pacha In tho direction of J?r:.erout?. It is a
remarkable fact that thoy forgot to destroy their etoree
nod to spike their cannonn This was an oversight
which casts a shadow over a leisurely abandonment of
a great fortress such as that at Arduhan. The danger
to tbe Turks is that the Russians In tbe neighborhood
it Kara may waylay their retreating foroe if they
attempt to pass that way. But there is another
and much more difficult mountain road through tbe
Valley of tbe Kora to the Valley of Oltl which the re
treating Turks wilt ptobably tako. The fallofArda
ban it a considerable advantage to tha Russians, lor
basldca oponlng a line of communication with Akbalt
sik It will enable the Russians to turn the iorce hith
erto operating against Ardabau toward Kars or to take
part in a combined operation agaiusi Kr/.eroum.
INCIDENTS or TBI 8IKOE.
A despatch Iroiu krzeroum, dated Saturday, describ
ing the first attacks ou Ardahan, saye:?"The efforts
ot the Russians commenced with a hoevy artillery
fire, which was as hotly returned. This was followed
by impetuous Infantry attacks, which were rcpuleed
every time with great slaughter. Under orders appa
rently to obtain success somewhere or other et any
cost tho troops were led back to the assault after each
Allure, until night stopped the carnage. The city was
taken the following day."
HAVE TBEf uo.ve so?
A telegram from Krzoroum announces that tho
Russians bare withdrawn trom Kagysinao, a large for
tified town on the River Arras, twenly-flve miles south
si Rare. This la an exceedingly improbable piece ot
lews, because Kars Is surrounded by tbe Russians so
that no attack couid come Irom thcro, and It is certain
that Kugysuan was not abandoned without being
besieged, from it a road loads diroct to Kars, north
ward. It is only ten miles l'rom tho Russian frontier.
The Russian forces at Baioum, after making a show
of warlike intentions ou Friday last, coutcatcd them
selves with an artillery dual. The faot was the Rus
sians had sent oil' flftoen battalions in tbe direction of
Hookgooru Kale In tho hope of arresting the insurrec
tion which spread from that centre. Tho deltnros ol
Baioum ere unimpaired and tho position leaves
nothing to desire. The issue of tbe noxt assault is
looked upon as a pretty certain victory for the Sultan.
AUarniA ami van <xo.-n.vo or tub dam be.
Tbe Roumanian official gu/cttn promulgates a circu
lar Interdicting navigation ou tbe Danube. This com
pletely paralyzes n largo portion ol Hungarian trade.
Count Audi assy baa decided to tako immediate slops
against such measures boiug carried out. Although he
will doubtless be Joined by otnor Powers, he will not
wait lor their co-operatlou. A despatch from
Pestb, dated Sunday, says:?"In a remarkable
article In the fftth'r Lloytl the Minister of
Foreign Affairs is warned not to continue any longer
the policy nt masterly inactivity. Prompt action is
irged for the efficient protection ol tne frontiers. The
inxiety wttn which events ou the l-ower Danube aro
a atchodiu Hungary Unds true expression In tbisarllcle.
Although confidence, in Count Andrassy is yet un
shaken tbe general uucosiness felt ou account of tne
equivocal attitude of the government has reached a
TIlR nXLAY UT Tint VLOODS.
Thousands of workmen havo beou seat to repair the
railways damaged by the Uoode in Moldavia, and It Is
hoped that communication will be re-estabiisbed in a
few days. St III interruption in so complicated a busi
ness as tbe advance ol a targe army must nesds bo loll
in every direction and cannot but returd considerably
the commencement of actlvo operations. It looks llko
anticipation of such delay that the Czar's arrival at
plolestl, which was first announced lor May 25, la
now spokon ol as likely to happen June 0.
OKIES AMU flKK.
A telegram from Athena says it la stated that the
Porte has sent a harsh reply 10 Greece's strong repre- 1
seuuttions relative 10 the recent release of Turkish j
brlfpuds from prison at Janiua and tbeir entry Into i
Greece. La Franc, of Parli, asserts that In spite of
tbe efforts of tbe Powers the Helleolc Cabinet Is about
to send a note to the Porte demanding the ameliora
tion of the condition of the Greek provinces of Turkey.
KXI KKTAIMNU Til K OOKK OP EUlNUCKUIt.
The Duke of Edinburgh was entertained at Cairo by
the Knedlve, who placed at tie disposal of the Duke a
special train and steamer. His Royal Highness re
turned on board the Sultan on the 19th.
It is stated that the Grand Duke Sergtus, M. Ham
burger, of the Foreign OQlue, Baron Jonunl and others
will also accompany the Cxar to tbo army.
Mukhlur Pacha is at Kankiarduz.
SAILING OF A RUSSIAN GUNBOAT.
San Francisco, May 21. 1877.
The Russian gunboat Ernac sailed from this port to
day under sealed orders.
MOLLY MAGUIltES TO BE EXE
THE CONVICTION OB DUFFY SUSTAINED ?PEOBA
BI.E HANGING OF TEN PRISON EBB IN ONE
[BY TELEGRAPH TO THE HERALD.]
Hakkisucku, Pa., May 21, 1877.
Tho Supreme Court to.duy sealed the futo of another
murderous Molly Msguiro, making the Qltb capital
case et the recent term on which ine Judgment of the
Court of Schuylkill county lias been affirmed. On
tho first day of tho session It disposed of four portions
coucerncd in the cowardly assassination of Policeman
Yost, of Tamuqua, nearly two years ago, and to-day it
took similar action In tbo case ol Thomas Dully, an
accomplice who did not participate in the actual mur
dor, but at whoso Instance it was committed.
While in tho performance of his duties the
policeman was compelled to use violence on Dufly
to secure his arrest, and Dufly had linn killed In re
taliation, procuring tho services of two members of
the Molly Msguiro organization from Carbou couuiy
to do tbu bloody work. There were lllty.tour assign
ments of error in the caso, but tboy had nooriy all
been traversed in opinions by tho Supremo Court in
Molly Maguirc cases previously decided. Duffy's
couviutlon was due mainly- to the testimony ot
James Kerrigan, an accomplice in tbo murder, and
tho Supreme Court was Invoked to reverse the ruling
of the Court below In allowing it lo be ollereu. On
this point the hlgbor Court says:?"His (Kerrigan's)
testimony has been corroborated to sucn un extent, in
material points, tending to implicate Thomas Duffy in
tbe commission of the-murder, as uu aucesshry botoro
tbo lact, that the credibility of Kerrigan became a
question for the'jury, whoso verdict cannot now be
PKOUAIII.N OATH OK IXKCCTION,
Although the Governor generally gives murderers
about sixty days' grace alter tbu court records ou cap
ital cases are certified to tbe .State Department, it is
believed that he will issue a warrant tor tho execution
ol Dufly and his lour accomplices on tbe same Uay ou
wbicu Thomas Munloy, another '?Moillo," is to be
hungod at Pottsville. Should he decide ou suob u
course tbore would be ton executions in tho a late on
the 21st day ol June
The case ol Jack Kehoo, one of the most dangerous
Molly Maguires in tbu cuai regions, and regarded as a
cblet among them, was set down lor argument in tbo
Supreme Court on Monday next, on u writ ol error,
but ibut tribunal to-day extoiidod the time until tho
uexl term ol lire Court in Pittsburg. The argu
ment was continued on the ground that
Kcboe's counsel had a prior professional en
gagement, uod that Mrs. Kenoe and tier huabuud
hud not sufficient means to have the necessary papers
prepared, huvlug exhausted their funds in tbe
three previous trials of the aroused, Kehoo having
been convicted of conspiracy In two cases ana sen
tenced to fourteen years' imprisonment and oi ttio
murder of F. W. 3. I.auguon, a Schuylkill county
colliery ticket boss, who was stoned to death in
18U2 by Kehoe and others, several of whom have been
sentenced to tho Penitentiary for long terms. Fortbis
crime Kehoe was sentenced to be hanged.
The Supreme Court lias now disposed of all the
Motile Blaguiro cases to be considered by it at tho pres
A BAD SCHILLING.
[BY TELEGRAPH TO THE HERALD.]
Tickntov, N. J., May 21, 1877.
X youth namod Edward .Schilling was arrested in
this city to-day lor stealing $C40 from his father, John
Schilling, of Pblludolpbia, on Sunday lo3t. The youth
as soon as be stole the money bought a gold watch,
locket and $2o worth of Jewelry, and then fled to this
city, where his brother traced him. He was taken
back to Philadelphia by Marshtl Brown tbls evening.
He said bo would rather go to prison than to return
home, because he know his fatbor would beat him.
HIGH WATER IN KANSAS.
[BY TELEGRAPH TO THE HERALD. ]
Lawkkxcr, May 21, 1877.
Owing to tbe late heavy rains thu streams of this
State are higher than berore for twenty years. The
Kansas Pacific and Santa Fo Railroad tracks at this
point ure wasned uwuy lor hundreds of feet, and tlie
north ball of the city it threatened with general inun
JOURNEYINGS OF A LETTER.
A LONG AND VARIED ROAD FOLLOWED BY AN
WA8H1.NUTOX, May 21,1877.
A letter poll marked Oxford, England, and addressed
to "Mrs. II. Bougblou, box 2(il, Connecticut, lT. 8.,"
reached the Dead Letter Uffice to-day alter u somewhat
circuitous Journey of six weeks. U was first
sent to Hertford, tbeuce to New Haven and
successively to Mlddletowa, Bristol, New Britain,
Portland, Waterbnry, Bridgeport, Auaonla, Fairhsveu,
Birmingham, Seymour, New London, Norwich and so
on to some twenty-live or thirty ol the larger towns
In the State, and whs finally sent the Dead Letter
Office, with a tag indicating tho offices it bad been
through in search of an owner. Postal arrangements
with Great Britain, and. in tact, all foreign countries,
require deao lellera to be returned unopened, but in
this case the envelope in the lung journey and Ire
quenl handlings hud been worn through and the loiter
dropped out, showing a neatly written postscript,
1 could unt fine Danbury marked on my map. so I she aid
think U in a small plscu or a n?w una.
Tne letter wu* ut once forwarded to bos 961, Dan
bury, Conu., and, no doubt, will And a safe deliver,
FUNERAL OF EX-JUDGE BEACH.
Clam Covk, 7* L, May 21, 1877.
The funeral of the late Hon. Kilns J. Heath, of
Queens county, held at St. Paul's Church, Glen Covo,
this morning, was largely attended. Muuy prominent
citizens or New York, Kings and .Suilolk counties were
prosent and the Queens County Bnr Association were
largely represented. Tim services were conducted tiy
Kev. John l overly Middtetou. retiorol the puroli, as
sisted by tho Kev. Thomas Mallaley, rector ol Caivury
Church, Btoulugion, Conn. The pail bearers were
Meters. S. I. M Harlow, ('buries A. Dana, Charles K.
Appleby, General Daniel K. Sickles, General dairies
K. Grushsm, .fudge John J. Armstrong, Gdnerel James
H. Poarsa'll, Hon. Stephen 'I aber, Henry W. Kastinan.
Hon. Janie* W. Covert, ex-Judge James S. Csrpeuter,
Hem William H. ouderdonk and Mr. Mautou Marble.
MAILS FOR CHINA ANlT JAPAN.
Wushixotox, May 21, 1877,
The Post Ofllce Department to-day gives notice that
the schedule days of departing from San Kranclsco of
tho malls for China and Japan have been changed and
the number of trips Increased by both steamship com
panies as follows:?The I'acDIc Mail Sieainzhip Com
pany will despatch Its steamer* from S?u Franco-co on
Muv 29. June 20 uml July M. 1 be vessels of the U0CI
denial aud Orluul.il Siosinsh'.p Company will leave the
saiue port on June 0, July T mid July 27. The in
creased frequency of trips will be continue1! by buin
companies i tiro unburn the tea season.
DEATH FKOM HYDROPHOBIA.
Boston. May 21, 1877.
Katie Uannon. a young lady aged twenty-two yours,
died at her residence at Stanford place yesterday, or
hydrophobia .She was bitten by a dog on the 12 th
Msmpuis, May 21, 1877,
The duel between C. G. Newrnao, editor of the Pine
DlufT (Ark. | Prentf and Mayor iteyuolde, o! tne same
place, which was to have taken place at Terrene, Mlsa,
yesterday morning, did not occur, as Mayor Reynolds
and party failed to nrrlvo at the appointed place, and
Mr. Newman and party returucu to this city this morn
ing. It is supposed Governor vliller prevetiled the
meeting by caueiug the arrest of Mayor Reynolds and
Ottawa, May 21, 1877.
Sir Allen Gntt, tne Canadian Fisheries Commis
sioner; Joseph Doutre, counsel for Canada, and Messrs.
Ford and Bergue, Hric.su representatives In this city
will bold a conference with the Minister or Manue and
Fisheries in reiiiilou to the Canadian case to he sub
mitted to the commiyslon, which will usstUiblu at lial
Max <m the ith of June.
From All Parts of the
MACMAHON AND FRANCE.
Unpleasant Alternative for the
WILL PIE RESIGN P
Germany Increasing Her Forces in
Alsace and Lorraine.
ANOTHER MURDEROUS MUTINY.
[by cable to the ukbald.1
London, May 22. 1877.
A special Paris correspondent states thai the piofec
torul changes would alooe suffice to show that the con
spiracy in Franco is of long standing, tor such ? list
could uol have been prepared within twenty-four hours.
The correspondent also poiuts out the dllonima in which
the Marshal was placed by having declared in his mes*
sage that ho appeals to the country. The Mar.hal, after
sucu a declaration, must cither remain by a coup
<1- force or rcsigu, unless, as is qulto improbable, the
now elections result in a majority lor the present
Cabinet. Kvorybody knows that, oven it such a ma
jority existed, it could not lust long; yet tbo Marshal
has been induced to act by the assurauco that such a
majority exists. There are pooplo who allege that re
cent events nave been provoked only for the purpose
Ol leading the Marshal to retire.
Tits AMBASSADOR* I'AVOR .DKCAZVL
It is cortuin that the various foreign ambassadors
urged the Duke Docazes to roinulu in oilieo. The
ambassadors ot Cermuuy and Italy represented that
If the Duke Docuxos would make the change
appear as one simply alleutmg internal
politics, while his retirement would givo
tho Cabinet an anti-liberal character, disquieting lor
tho religious policy ot tho two countries. The repre
sentatives of Spain and Portugal expressed lear lest
the withdrawal of tho Duke Decodes might give tbo
Cabinot character to encourage the Ideas ot tho parti
sans of logitlmistlsm and absolutism.
FEELING IN GERMANY?MORE TROOPS FOR ALSACE.
Advices from Borlin state that In cousequouce ol tho
appoiutment of a semi-ultramontane Cabinet In France
the olt-mooied reiulorcemcnt of the Alsace-Lorraine
gurrUons is likely to,be carried Into cllect. The in
crease will probably amount to 10,0(XI or 12,000 mcu in
Alsace-Lorraine and *0,000 in the country be
tween Kustadt, Mnyeuco and Coblcntz.. This
makes the forces in western Qermacy
equal to those in northeastern Franco. There 13 oo
auxiety as to Presldont MncMabon's Immediate Inteu
tlons, yet it is apprehoudod that tho ultramontane
members of tho new government may eventually
prevail over the Duko Decazcs and induce a more
activo period in tho forei;n policy of France.
LOCKOUT OP SHIPWRIGHT*.
About 10,000 iueu are already locked out from the
Clyde shipbuilding yards. Tho number will probably
be trebled in a lew days by the discbarge of men who
are now completing contracts. At a meeting last night
they agreed to submit their disputes lo arbitration,
equal representation being allowed to workmen and
nrTINT AND 11 ORDER AT LIVERPOOL.
A mutiny occurred yesterday on board tbe Amor*
ican ship Kalo Davenport, Captain Mallet, at
Liverpool Tor Mobile. Tbe chief oillcor was shot and
stabbod. Three men wero shot.
Tbe woundod were taken to tbe hospital. Tbe ship
will bo detained.
A FIOiiT IX IRRI.AXD.
An affray took place yesterday at Mallow, county
Cork, Ireland, between tbe townspeople and some
militia recruits, in which eleven of the latter were
injured, some seriously.
Wit IT MOXDAV IX LOXDOX.
Yesterday being Whit Monday, it was observed an a
lull holiduy. The Bunk of F.nglaud and Stuck Ex
change were closed.
A BAI.LOOX ExrLODKD.
During the regular W bit Monday amusements at Hull
a balloon, which was about to aacend, was blown
against a gas Jet and exploded. Eighty-six ot the
spectators were injured. They were takeu to the in
firmary, when it was found that sixty were able to
proceed to their homos after haviug tholr wounds
dressed. In six cases the Injuries were dangerous.
A Division IX THK SPANISH COIIXKH.
In the Spanish Congress at Madrid yesterday Alonzo
Martinez announced tbut the centralists would, like the
constItutlonaltsU, lake no part in the dlscusslou of the
Electoral bill. The Minister of the Interior objected
to this course, but announced that the discussion
would proceed nevertheless. He also stated that the
Ministry did not intend to propose tbe dissolution ol
TUB FI BROS.
Don Carlos recently had a long Interview with
Miguel, the Portuguese pretender, and he has ulso
published a menacing letter In favor of the Uteres.
A HOLIDAY IN HAVANA?MOVEMENTS OF GEN
ERAL MART INEZ-CAM POX.
Havana, May 81, 1877.
This being Whit-Monday, Is observed as a holiday.
General Martinez-Campos lias arrived at Santiago.
ADDRESX OF GENERAL KANGCIIJ ON THE PRES
ENT CONDITION OF THE ISLAND.
Pmilamlpmia, May 21, 1877.
tieucral Saiigulll, who baa been second in command
ol tbe Third corps of tbe Cuban artny ever since lstis,
and who is now lu this country on a sucrel missiou
Iroui tbo Cuban government, address.-d a meeting ol
Cuban residents this evening on tbo present condition
ol affairs in Cuba. There was great enthusiasm, and
the General was lic<|ucmly applauded.
END OF A RAILROAD CONFLICT.
?t. Lot'li, May 21, 1X77.
The railroad war inaugurated a lew dnys ago by tbo
Missouri, Kansas and Texas and the Missouri I'acille
Kanroada, nutting passenger rntes Irorn fit.
l.ouis and Hannibal to points in Texas,
In opposition to the XL Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Hailrosd closed to-day by all
partios concerned ugreclug to restore the old rates
and to withdraw ail touud trip ticket* to points south
ol Little Rock, Ark., and Parsons, Kansas, lieie
ullc-r all llckots will ho hunted.
RAILROAD DISPUTES SETTLED.
Boston, May 21, 187T.
It Is said (be long |?nding difficulties between the
Boston and Maine and the Eastern railroads have been
settled subject to the Indorsement of the trusteoa of
the lattoi road. The settlement Includes all lawsuit*
growing oui ol tho < onlest and a satisfactory arrange
muni regarding lliroiiirh ireigbL
Ct.BVBl.AXP, Ohio, May 21, 1877.
Alter a large nad fins procession through tho princi
pal strecta tba German Catholic Central Asaociauon of
the I'm ted .States met In convention. Tbe usaal com
mittees were appointed and a telegram cabled to the
Pope congratulating him on the flltloih anniversary of
his episcopacy. An adjournment was tnen hud until
CINCINNATI SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
ClXOtXXATI, May 21, 1877.
Sis thousand shares, or a controlling Interosl in the
company organizing to operate tho Cincinnati South
ern Railway, were subecrlbed to-day by a parly of
gentlemen of this city. Among them are many prac
tical railroad mou, end nil are men of targe means.
Tbe stockholders win hold a meeting to-morrow alter
nouu for ibe purpose ol organizing.
THE SECRETARY OF WAR AND GENERAL RUES
MAN INSPECTING THE DKFENCRH IN BOSTON
[BY TELEGRAPH TO TUB HERALD. 1
Boston, May 21, 1877.
Among the o?rly arrivals in Boston Ibis morning wore
Secretary or War MoUrary, General Sberinun, Major
General lian ocl, Brigadier Generals Sawtelle and
Touriolte, Captain Mitchell and Lieutenant Green, tbe
two latter being detailed as aides respectively to Gen
eral Hancock and I be Secretary of War, the party be
ing on a tour of ins|iecttun of tbe roust defences. The
officers left Providence alter brcaklasllng with General
Buruside at about half past seven o clock A. M. and
arrived in this city at ten minutes to niue to the surprise
of military gentlemen bere who expected them on tbe
Old Colony Railroad at ten o'clock. On arriving at the
Providence depot tbe party was met by Brevet Major
Robinson, I'mtedSlatesQuurtcrmsster at tbts post, and
taking carnages tbey were si ouco driven to
Long Wbarf. Here Collector Simmons was in waiting,
and extended to tbe party tbe use of eltber of two rev*
?Due cutters. General Sherman accepted tbe Invita
tion, and tbe party started on tbo Huntbiln at about
half-past Dine A. M. for au iuspocilou oi the lorttUca
noDS In tbe harbor. So informal was the arrival of
tbe party that General Benbaui, United States engi
neer, was not aware of their presence in the elty until
after they started down the harbor, hut through tbe
courtesy of Collector Simmons, who did not accom
pany the party, the other cuttor, Gallatin, was pluued
at ble disposal, und b? followed the visiting party.
Forts Independence, Winthrop ana Warren were
viRiicd, the distinguished visitors being welcomed by
salutes at each place.
The party returned to Providence this eventug. and
did not cvou atop at a hotel while in Boston. Gen
eral Snorman said the visit of the parly was strictly
on busiuoss, and though appreciating the kind Inten
tions of many to show iticin courtesies they would bo
obliged to be excused. The lurtiticullons of l'ortlaud
will be visited m u low nocks hence.
ORDER I ROM THE WAR DEPARTMENT TO FACIL
ITATE TUB CAHUINU OF OFFICERS' ACCOUNTS
.BY PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS?ORDERS.
Wasiuv.tox, May 21, 1877.
A general order jun Issued from the War Depart
ment notifiua the army that until Congress shall havo
tnudo prevision lor pay purposes of the next fiscal
year no payuiout whatever eau bo made by p tytnaa
tors for sorvices reudereu or as reimbursement of ex
penses incurred for time subsequent to Juuo ill), 1877.
Under the statute no form of obligation can be usued
by puymastors or others pledging the government to
future payinoni of such claim*. There is uo objection,
however, la the matter of the usual vouchors lor pay,
mileage, Ac., of nilicers, paymasters' clerks und mes
sengers, citizen witnesses aud others paid on Indi
vidual accounts, to indoising such vouchers as fol
Tbe within lucouut Is correct and one, less $ uf stop
pages applicable thereto. llu-ro 1, no appropriation tor its
orricKus actimiuiuiu to skin.
These Indorsements will be made only alter ma
turity of tbe account and upon both copies of tuo
voucher. They will bo signed by the following ofllccrs
of tbo l'ay Department lor Iho limits designated lu
each case and by noun other, to wit:?
Colonel X. W. Brown, Assistant Paymaster General,
New York city?Now England States, New York,
1'euDsylvania, Now Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and
Major a. Sharp, Paymaster, Washington, D. C.?Dis
trict of Columbia.
Major W. B. Rochester, Paymaster, Atlanta, Ga.?
North und bomb Caroltut, Georgia, Florida, Ken
tucky and Tennessee.
HujorG. E. Glenn, Puymaster, New Orleans (1.x)?
Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas und Louisiana.
Major C. M. Tamil, Puytnartcr, Detroit, Mich.?
Michigan, Ohio aud Indiana.
Major P. Bridgmau, Paymaster, Chicago, IP.?,
Illinois uud Wisconsin.
Major C. J. rtpragtte, Paymaster, St. Paul, Minn.?
Minnesota, Iowa, Dakota aud the posla on the Yellow
Lieutenant Colonel K K. Hunt, Deputy l'uymsster
General at Leavenworth, Kan. ? Missouri, Kansas,
Colorado, Indian Territory and Port Elliot, Texas.
Major W. A. Gibson, Paymaster at ban Antonio,
Texas?Texas, cxceptiue Port KllioL
Major J. P. Wiliarii, Paymaster at .Santa Po, X. M. ?
New Mexico, ?
Major H. C. Pratt, Paymaster or Oinaba, Nob.?
Nebruska. Utah, and Port Hale, I da bo.
Major J. is. Blaine, Paymaster at Helena. M. T.?
Montuua, excepting the posts on tbe Yellowstone
Lleutfcuanl Colonel H. Prime, Deputy Paymaster
General, San t rancisco, Cul.? California, Nevada and
Major J. It. Knatoo, Pay muster at Portland, Oro
gou? Oregon. Washington Territory and Idaho, ex
cepting Port Hale.
Indorsements by tbe ofllcers above named will oo
made only upon tbo vouchers ol ofllccrs end others
stationed or reaident within their separate districts.
Captain Gut V. Henry, Third cavalry, has been re
lieved from temporary duly in the Military'Division of
tbe Pacific aud ordered to join bis company. First
Lieutenant lleury Melcallc. ordnance Department,
has been ordered to report lor duly to the command
ing olllcer ot tbe Frankfort Arsenal, Pennsylvania.
INSPECTION OF NAVY YAiUtB?lUUlihT FROM
THE SOUTH ATLANTIC STATION?MOVEMENTS
OF NATIONAL VESSELS?ORDERS.
Washington, May 21, 1&77.
TUe riecretary ol the Navy, with tliu chiefs of the
several bureaus In that department, will Inspect the
navy yard* along the Atlantic coast, from tltno to
time tbli sumtner, aa opportunity occurs lor that
TilK HOI Til ATLANTIC STATION.
Hear Admiral Caldwell, commanding the South At
lantic Station, under date ol Montevideo, Uruguuy,
March 28, writos to the Navy Department that the
KuglLb. French, lialiau, Span sit, Brazil mu and I'm
guayau ves.-els ol war In thai liurbor, united with the
Hlcbmund, Uagship of our squadron. In an appropriate
observance ol the 22d of February.
Tbo Frolic returned from a cruise up tbo Rio de la
l'luta on tbe loth of March.
On tbe Hlli of March the vossei* of our saptadroa
nuiicd witii other vessels in observing the birthday of
the King ol Italy and the Empress ol Hruz.il.
HKALTII or TilK SigliADKON.
Admiral Caldwell reports that ibe health of tho ofll.
cers and crovrs ol our vessels on that station continues
excellent, although tbe country baa suffered irom one
ol the hottest seasons and must,distress,ng droughts
ever suown. Thero were some lew ca^esoi yellow
lover auiuug the peoplu ol Itio Janeiro.
I be I 'mted Stales Steamer Gettysburg, which has
been stationed at i onstitntinople for several weeks
past, subject to the orders ol the American Embassy
mere, bus been relieved by the Vatidiilla aud wait at
licnoa on the Am ol Mav lor the purjiose ol having
some repairs made to her machinery, slier which sue
will resume her surveying service in the Meditetra
Tllli TANTIC AT XURFOI.K.
The Navy Ucparituvnl has received intormatlon of
the urrival ol the I'nlled .Stale*steamer Vuntlc at Nor
folk on the lMlh inst. Iroiu the Asiatic slauou. 1 ho
following is a list ol her olllcers ?
<'ummantirt ? William Whitehead.
I.ieutrnant??J. C Worong and 1.. K. Hixlcr.
Miiitti*?John H. Moore and N. M, Jacohe.
'U Auiduut ."iitrifiiH?C. M. i.iaraiL
Amntanl J'ujftarwfrr?J. c. Sullivan.
I'mml Atriihtnt >.nr/iact?-H. C. C'orring.
Lirntertan' <</ Marines? Andrew Stevenson.
Captain'* t'ltrk? Harry Ball.
1 'aymtuUr1.? Cleric?-John Early,
Lieutenant Commander Morrill Miller has been or
dered to examination preliminary to protnutiou.
I.iedtonaut Frank W. Nichols has been ordered to the
receiving ship Colorado at Now York. Lieutenants
I riel l.elrco, F. Gilutnrv aud K. M. lierry have been
ordered to Newport, K. I., on I he 1st of June next lor
instruction lu torpedo ser\ Ice. Boatswain Alexander
Muck has been ordered to the Boston Navy Yard.
Master A. J. Uubney bus been detached troni the Dic
tator aud urderod lu procoed homo and wall order*.
Boatswain D.iiupI Word has been detached irotn the
I'owbalun and grunted three months' leuve. Carpenter
John a. Dixon is detached irotn the Navy Yard at
Washington and ordered to the Boston Navy Yard in
place ol CarnonterCould Norihrun, detached trout that
yard und ordered to the Navy Yard at Watbmgloit.
The coloseal bronze statue ol William H. Seward, in
Madison npiare, New York, will be decorated by the
Brand Army ot tbe Itepubiic on Decoration Dev. Thur
low Weed will pioeide at the ceremonies, and Charles
P. Shaw is to deliver tbo oration.
NO FLOWERS FOR THE CONFEDERATE DEAD.
Haltimork, May 21, 1ft77.
At a meeting ot tbo Brand Army ol tba Republic to
night, Beuer.il K. B. Tyler presiding, tho <|uistiou of
the decoration of grnvoa of conlederato dead on Memo
ml Day was brought up, and the follow lug resolution
proposed by General lellx Agnus was adopted ?
K*-?lvi>d, That while the Brand Army of the Bepuhlie
acr<>rd> to all Its members I Ik soured right of their opin
lous, yet as aa wriisnliaib.n It cannot lie a part? to any
thing pullllt-nl nr tending thereto, auil uudi-r lis nilts and
regulations, as member*, we cannot as a body derorme Ihe
graves ?>! any other bat Union dead en Memorial Day.
rthekara, ?* will imi|ie< i lad Miles of aav lueiooer*
Individtially dec- rating the gravel ol t'oulsdei ate dead.
SOUTH CAROLINA'S DEBT.
PASS AOS OP A RESOLUTION IK THE GENERAL
ASSEMBLY TO APPOINT A COMMISSION VOB
THE PROPER ADJUSTMENT OP THE STATE
|BT TELEOBAPH TO THE HERALD. 1
COLl'BUA, May 21, 1877.
In the House to-day tho Joint resolution for Iba ap
pointment ot a commission to Investigate the consoli
dated indebtedness and other liabilities of tbc Stale
passed alter a strong tight on tns part of tho repud.a
TO I. RESOLUTIONS.
The joint resolution recommending the appointment
ot the commi.ston recites, bp way of preamble,
that In view ot tbo great uncertainty
that exists in the minds ol tne tax paying
portion ol tbo people as to the definite amount ol the
true and valid indebtedness ot the Slato, the character
ol the obligations out of which the indebtedness has
grown, and ot ths equally unsatisfactory c ii.uttiou ot the
creditor tbe .State as long as uu.v doubt or suspicion
attaches to any claima held against her, and in order
to give reasonable assurance to llie honest creditor on
the one band tbat tba State Intends 10 lalthfully meet
her obligations at ss esrly a dale as practicable, and
on tba other hand to aatlsfy the taxuayer that the
General Asaembly will bava proceeded intelligently in
whatever steps may be taken to udjust and provide for
the public debt, it is therefore resolved that in accord
ance with the Governor's Menage on the subject a
commission shall lie appointed to cousist of oue Sen
ator, to tie appointed by the President ol the Senate;
two member*, of ths House, to be appointed by Hie
Speaker, aud two citizens ol iho Slato, of recognized
financial ability, to be appointed by the Governor.
Tbe duties ol the commission are Ueiined to be to in
firtt? The entire amount of consolidated bonds and
COi-uUcttes ol ntoclcs issued under tbo act to reduce
tbe volume ot the public debt and provide lor payment
ol the sums tapproved December 2'J, ISidi, so as to
show tbo number on tbn scries, lctior date.-. of issues
and redumption drtomwiallnn, rates ol interest, by
whom signed and countersigned and to Whom issued.
A'zcoml-- Whether there ore In tbe State Treasurer's
oiHcu oil Ilia vouchers, cancelled bonds and csrtiticatoa
ol stock ol tne issues described and uuthori/.ed to be
consotidalou by tnu act above recited to tbo amount
required bv saldacL
Tkirl?The commission Is required to report
whether any such bonds or certiliautos a( stock or
coupons havu linen illegally or otherwise improperly
issue I, .? Lul to report tbe same, with tbo ovtd> e
ol such illegal t.v.
Fourth?'fto commission is authorized to room o
the holders ol mob bin ds and stock to produce t.'.o
same bcloro tho eommlsaton iu Columbia. Tbo e
found to be correct shall be registered and cortlUod as
correct bv tbe comuiKsinu, and tho coupons ami In
terest orders ot such only shall be so registered and
csrttusd us vultd shall be receivable lor taxes or pay
able at iho Treasury.
The remaiutug features ol the resolution urn to
make lalso swearing by or Ui'lore tbo committee pun
ishable as oerjury, and to authorize tho Comptroller
and Treasurer to co-operate with the coiumlrsion when
oullod upon to do so; to authorizo tho commission to
Hit during tho recess ol tho General Assembly, aud to
roquiro it to investigate the .imoiint and character or
the floating Indebtedness ol tho sitate and report there
ou In ilctail.
The sirugglo between the rcpudiatiouists and those
favoring an early adjustment ol tne public debt wus,
first, on tho compoaition of tbo proposed commission
and the fact that the resolution as it stood gives tho
commitsion plenary powers to decide tho validity or
invalidity ol the debt. I'bo repudluiioui.is were dosir
ous, utter liutimg that on appropriation bad been uiuUo
lor tho pay meut of the public debt, lo postpone as
loug as possible iu disbursement, and bonce (ought
bard to compel tbo commission to report to ibe next
General Assembly, which should pass upon tbc mutter;
but as in the Urst instance tbey were badly dcieuted,
and as tbo commission will go to work as soon as the
resolution pusses iho Senate, there is no doubt tbo
bondholders arc assured or a speedy settlement ol their
Washington, May 21, 1677.
A severe wind, rslp end bail storm, accompanied by
thunder and lighting, passed ovor this city last uigbt,
doing considerable damage in tbo northwestern sec
tion. Houses were unrooled, Unices, trees and tele
graph poles were blown down, and carriages and wag
ons overturned and demolisbod.
Log anbport, Ind., May 21, 1877,
The most sevcrostorm lor years visited Marlon, Ind.,
on Sunday. Houses were nnrooled, trees uprooted
and fences destroyed. A brick chinch nine miles north
of Marion ws? demolished and at tho timo It was filled
with people attending divine services. Tbe roof was
uplifted and tho walls tell In. buryldg tbe Initiates.
The scene that lollowcd waft terrible. Ono young mau
was allied and ten or titteen persons seriously Injured.
MIDNIGHT WEATHER REPORT.
Wik Urcar rviKN r.
Optics op thr Omsk Signal Ofkickk,
W'aaiii.notoN. May 22?X A.
For the Gulf State*, nearly itatlonary or slowly
rising barometer, stationary temperature, southeast to
southwest winds and clear or partly cloudy weather.
For the South Atlantic Slates, stationary or rising
barometer, stationary temperature, south to west
mods, occasional showers and partly cloudy weather.
For Tennessee and the Ohio Valley, slowly rising
barometer, northwest to southwest wind*, clear or
partly cloudy woather and nearly stationary tempera
For the Lower Missouri Valley, nearly stationary,
followed by (ell!tig barometer, clear or partly cloudy
weather, northwest, shilling to east and south, witidx,
and stationary or higher ieiuperaturo at south sta
For the I'pper Mississippi Valley and tbo lake re
gion, rising barometer, lower tomporsturo, winds
mostly from the north and west, partly cloudy wea
ther, and ram ereas.
For the Middle Atlantic States, stationary or falling
followed by rising baroinctor, rain areas, variable
winds, shirting to southwest end northwest, end
tailing temperature, OYccpt at north stations along tbo
For New England, falling barometer, variable winds,
shilling to southwest and northwest, ram areas and
stationary or bighor tomperaturo.
The Lower Mississippi Ulver will generally fait.
Contrary signals couliuuo at Daliult, Marquette,
Kscanabn, Milwaukee, Chicago, Grand Haven, Detroit,
Port Huron and Toledo.
THE WEATHER YESTERDAY.
The following record will show the change* In the
teuiperaturo for the past twenty-lour hour*, in com
parison with the corresponding dale of la.it year, aa
Indicated by the thermometer at Huduttt's pharmacy,
Hkkalp liuilding ?
ISTHw 18". 187'J. 1877.
U A. M >7 04 3 M P. M til) 04
tl A. M fi" <12 t> P. M 70 02
?J A. U Ofi 00 8 I'. M (is btf
12 M 7ti 71 12 P. M 00 j;
Average temperature yesterday OiDg
Average temperature for corresponding uate last
IIDFfTaNISM in NEWARK.
Mr. M. 1). O'Connor, a well knowu clti/on of Newark,
was attacked and seriously slabbed by an unknown
rowdy. A party of friend* had been spending a social
hour ai Mr. O'Connor's house, on HpriujiQcld aveuue,
near South Eighteenth street, and had started
in leave The party c<nislsted of Messrs.
.lames Murphy aud George H. Tichenor and
their Wives. an they reached the aidowiOU
two strange men caino along, and one of ihem grossly
in-ulied Mrs. Tichenor. Mr O'Connor sprang at the
ruillati, who drew u kinle and atabhed huu in the lu< e
and shoulder, inllluting serious wound,s. Mrs Idaho
nor was so ntlenlod that slie had to ho carried Ik.me.
It Is feared thnt serious consequence* may ensue in
horcase, owing Mr her condition and tin- shin k she
sustained. A squad of police tiavc alerted in pursuit
of the milium".
PROBABLE MURDER IN YORKVILLE.
Jatnes .Smith, residing on Ninetieth street, near
Fourth avenue, wis dangerously hurl last nigni by
a saw In vnc liauds of Cbarlnti Keigcr, u German, who
keeps a carpenter sbop in the front portion of tbe one
story triune building at fourth avenue and Ninetieth
at roc i. Conrad Reichstvller hae a shoemaker's shop in
tho samo building. About nine o'clock last night
.smith waul to Keigor's place and uked lor the loan of
Ins wagon, to he uaed In removing from hie present
location. Miflilh was very drunk and Rclgor was In
dis|K>si-d to grsnv his request.
I noy began quarrelling, uid smith seucrt au *\u
lying near lulu and brundishcd It in a threatening
manner, hut Itclger took it forcibly from huu. Smith
then applied to lUiger * vile opivbot, which uiluristnu
mo latter, who thcrcupou aeucd u saw and liroughi it
iluwn Willi a hcavv blot* upon Month's head, .nut lie
lell In the dour. Keigcr then struck him several blowe
with tho saw, layiug hie head open In several places.
Tho none of tno assault and the shouts of Smith and
Itoicbatolior attracted the attention of en ollloer of
police, who came to the acetic and knocked lioigor
down with bis club and then took him into custody.
The In lured mm wms attended by Dr. Lyon, of tho
Eighty-eighth struct police, hut it was thought Ills
wounds would provo fetal. It la believed his skull is
Iructurod ID several places. The aflrey occurred I" a
part of Yorkyllle MM ' Hcll'e Kitchen," and Is tho
worst place iu that vicinity. Iloth men have ihe rep
utation of being qunrreisonio persona.
Wa-hixctom, May 21.1877.
ANOTHER CALL FOR THE REDEMPTION OF FIVE*
TWENTY BON DR.
The forty-seventh call for too redemption of Ovs*
twenty bonds ot 1885. consols of 1805, issued to-day, it
lor $0,000,000 coupon and $4,000,000 registered bonds.
Instead of $7,000,000 coupon and $8,000,000 registered,
as was originally intended, and Is as follows:?
Trksmiuy Dxiaetsent, 1
Washington. May 21, 1877.J
By vlrluo of the authority given by the act of Con
greaa, approved July 14, 1870. entitled "An Act to A u
ihon.-e the Heluutiing o! the National Debt," 1 hereby
give uoticc mat the principal and accrued Interest ot
the bonds tierelubclow desia'Dated, known us "flve
tweuty bonds'1 of the act of March 1805, dated July
1. 1805, "ill be pud ul the Treasury ot the United
.States, in the city of Washington, on and after the 21st
day ol August, 1877, and mat the inter eat on said bonds
will cease on that day.
$50?No. 1 to No. 2.1**1, both Inclusive.
$lbti?No. 1 to No. 4,000, both inclusive.
$.'?00?No 1 to No. 5,000, both Inclusive.
$1,000? No. 1 to No. 11,otx', both inclusive.
Total coupon, $8,uoo,ikni.
hkotsterkd HON OS.
$5o?No. 1 to No. 1UU. both Indus.ve.
<100?No. 1 to No. "no. both inclusive.
500? No. 1 to No. 700, both inclusive.
$1,000? Na 1 to No. 2,81*0, both inclusive.
$5,000?No. ! to No. l.loO. both Inclusive.
$10,000? No. 1 to No. 1,181, both Inclusive.
Total registered. $4,ooo,000.
Aggregate, $10,000,? MlO.
All ruited Slutcs bonds fcrwnrued lor redemption
should be addressed to the l.oun Division, Secretary's
Ottice, and all registered bonds" thou id he assigned 14
the .Secretary of the Treasury for redoinplloo.
Where purlins desire checks In paymont Ibr regis
tered bonds drawn to ordorol any one but the payee,
ibey should assign them to the Secretary of the Tress*
ury lor redemption account of the owner or owners.
JOHN SHERMAN, Secretary.
THE UNITED METHODIHTB AT THE EXECUT1T1
To-day a deputation of the United Methodist and
Molhodlsl Protestant churches, in scfcsloa at Haiti*
more, had an audieoco with tbo President. The deps
utullon was headed by Alexander Clark, L). 0., of Pe?
tersburg, Chairman, who uddreased the President,
greeting him in bobalt ot tho Methodist l'rotostant
Cburch, and spoke of the happy reunion In Baltimore,
uu'J tho era of poaco and reconciliation. Uo said thai
more than one hundred thousand people represented
by the deputallou were Interested In tho policy of
brothel hood, protection and good will now no appar
ent :n tho movements ol thu administration. Judge
Uidb also uddrc.sgod the l'res.dout in a lew appropriate
t he President responded >ua leeling manner, refer
ring to the desirability ot tetlowi-hip in ail the deport
ments of lite and duty. 11c spoko at length ot lbs
other bruuehes of the Church lu termer years, ot the
recent oomiue together ot thu divided suets and of tbs
moral power <>1 union in tho Church. He said me
news from Hulliinorc und the visit ot tho committee
h id impressed hint deeply, and he was happy tore*
ceivo such messages Iroiu tho people.
Wlllluw A. Dart, United States Consul General al
Montreal, and Commander It. U Pbylhian, United
Etuios Navy, arc ut thu St. Nicholas, l.ouls D. Pilsbujy.
Superintendent ot New York State Prisons, Is at lbs
Windsor. Dr. II. It. Lludortnau, Director ol the United
Stales Mint, tb al tho Amor. D. Thomas Vail, president
of the Troy und Ilostou Railroad Company; ex-Con
gressman O. I). Mattcson, ot Uttca, and Leonard Myers,
ul' Philadelphia, aro ut the Hlili Avenue, tllss Aunts
Louise Cary is al tho Kverotl. J. U. McVinker, ot
Chicago, in nt tho Utlsey. Major John J. Up barn,
United States Army, is at the Union Square. I'uirman
Rogers, ut Philadelphia, and A. .1. Casastt, vice presi
dent ol the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, are al
the Albemarle Hotel.
MAILS FOR EUROPE.
The steamship Algeria will leave this port on Wednes
day for Quecnslown and Liverpool.
The malls fbr Europe will close at the Post Offlco at
eleven o'clock A. M. <
Tiik New* Yotut Herald?Edition lor Earopo?will
be ready at halt-past eight o'clock in the uiorning.
Single copies, In wrappers for mulling, six cents.
O'Neill.?Suddenly, at his late residence, northeast
corner 42d sL and Jd av., Euwaku O'Neill, aged Jtl
'Notice of tuneral bcrealtcr.
[For Other VeiUht .See Eighth Page.J
A COMPLETE FEMININE TOILET SERVICE
always Include* Olic.s.n's si i.nu u Soar
Hill'* llaiu and Whiiuhh Dvk, black or brown, fiOc.
A PHYSICIAN'S BXPKRLHfNCK.
Uarkatt*\ illk, Otsego county, N. Y., April 30. 1*70,
B. V. Pikucs, tf. D. -
Daan Kir?i recently treated a case of constipation nl
many ?*??' standing, on which I tried almost ersry rem*
ed<- in the Materia Medusa that ha* ever been used tar thai
i>ur|>oae. without obtaining *oy permanent relief* In my
despair 1 bought a lew buttle* ot your Plkssast Pt'Hi.Ae
t11 a Tituni *nd prescribed them with the happiest re
? iilu. The patient Is now periiianeutly re-tnrcd Voura.
fraternally. Dr. M. J MoCLKLLAND.
a lady speaks
To the Editor of the Herald: ?
I am happy. Why do I *ay I am happy? Because the
Hi s it i n cured lue of natal catarrh In on*! treatment. The
Keviyer ha* opened a new Held to medical science at No.
ti ' Went - id *t opposite Booth a theatre!. The Revive!
brings hack to lite the di*eaaed ua*al iueiubr*oe?. The Re
viver ?end* rejoicing lulu the home* of the catarrhal suffer*
r.r*. Through the medium of your excellent and poweriul
p iper I send forth tin* letter for the l.en. lit of the people
and lav thank* to the hevlver, the world'* benefactor. Mrs.
MARTHA G. DOMETT. 3 V. Atlantic a* . Kruoklyu, N. V.
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at $4. #4 TG. $.i to (ft? per caae. IVum the heat ahipuera In
II. It. KIRK A CO., Kultiiu at. and 7<?.? Broadway.
HATS AT FACTORY I RICKS~-Sl'MMER STYLES
? eady; (lentludten'i light (,'nx*iuirre llat*. New
METROPOLITAN JOB FR1NTIN(7~OFFICE,
Removed iu -H Aun >t.
? INK BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
THEATRICAL PlMMi'.KS. PROGRAMMER and TD KETS,
STEAMBOAT AND RAILROAD WORK
KINK WOOD ENGRAVINGS
Specialties. diet rla-t wot k at low prlcea
At the METROPOLITAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
L'e Ann at.
for the mnteuleuc# of the uptown pr.bllc we have opened
a branch ortice fur receipt ol orders at 1~"> fith ay., corner
Ur.,adway and 33d at. St.oeopilran Building).
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kuonu by every uiio from
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