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Vofc. XXXIII. WASHINGTON. D. C.. TUESDAY. JUNE 29. 1869. N?. 5.087.
THE EVENING STAR. J
fyilisro biilt, luiaj ixeenei, j
At tke Mar Baildlag,
f.W. Omv ruiirwuit At.m4 Utfc ttmt
niniu m? wiwsripn ctirim.
Ti? PT AH m wrrKt by u?a camara to ttair
aabacnr?r? :l tba Oty aad District U To
can* rn wan. Ooptaa at -a* eoaatar, wit*
or witacnt wrappers. Two Caara aack.
Pax a ana Mhum -TH-h montba, Oaa
fc >llar ard Fifty Oaatw. m* moatka, Tuw Dot.
iara: oaa y?ar. Klra Dollara. Ho papara ara 1
aaat from tba offlc* lonfar than paid for.
TIM WEULLY STAR?pabUabad em Friday
or*lot?*?na Itr.liar and a Half a Taar.
ENGRAVING,
CARD PLATE PRINTING,
LITHOGRAPHING.
!
BOOK BINDING.
PAPER RULING,
PRINTING. Ac..
attended to by
FRENCH 4 RlCHA&DSftX,
BookseUcrM,
8tatioa?rs?
All
Practical Eagrar?r?,
33* rKXRITLTAXa ATKMUE,
ITWISH H1KTB ASP TKITE 8TBEE78
MEW BOOKS, UV* ! <(?.
mw BOOHS.
WeODWABD 9 NATIOBAL ABCH1TBCTCB>,
containing l.iOO origin*! deaigua. #!*oa, tad
drun la for the ?rncttcni court ruction of dwelling
boas**, for the Country . Puburb ?ul VII! ?
I* 00
TBI BBW WB8T; o? CALIFORNIA IB 1<M?T
AhD 1*69. By ChM. Lonag Brae* BI 74
TBI SI X IS BIKI AND AVTBB. By Wm H
Holccmb. M. P f 1 iO
TBI SCIBNCB OF BIOHTB. By J. O
Fichlj - fj| 00
ABPBCTS Of HDHABITY ? 74
TOMMY TBY, AMD WHAT HE DIP IB
8C1BNCB, 111. By Htpltr |i 1}
APPLBTOH 8 SHOBT TBIP GCIPE TO
CBOPB. Bdttion of 1349 f i 00
PB. SMITH S OLP TESTAMBST HISTOBY
I'lM
A.NTILLA'9 RECIPROCAL MBTHOD FOB
LlABNUti 8 PA* IB H OB BHGL18B fl ?
BACRSD AHD OONSTECCTIVt ABT By C.
B. Oti? $| -ii
PBIMIYAL HAH. By the ' Oak* of Ar
?|W'. .(I 20
BIH.WOBBH AHD GHOSTS ByFke|*.?l iO
TBI GATI 8 AJAB By Phelpa ~ fl fO
ida v.iia 3 " if v?i ma. my uvuiii
Wood fl iO
PRACTICAL MANUAL OF TBEATMBNT OF
CLl'B FOOT ?1 si*
A MANTAL OF FBBLAOT AND RITUALISM
By CultWD ?3 00
TBI BLAMELESS PB1NCB. AMD OTHBB
POBMB -91 50
PALT-WATBB PICK ?91 00
TBI AMBBK AN TBAB BOOK AND NA
TIOBAL KBuldTEB FOB 9 3 50
TUB MALAY ABC'HIPBL AGO. By W*l
Uco ? ?93 iO
ribHINO IN AMBBIOA. Br Scot' II in
1I8TBBDAT.T0 DAY.ASD FOBBYBB 9 J 00
AL1CI1 ADYKHTCBBS II WOHDKR
U.ND ?1 00
TBI POETICAL WOBK8 OF CBA8. Q. HALrIB.
(Mite* O > $9
BBCOLLBCTIONS OF LOAD BT BON. by Oateci?M
? , 0*
TUB CAM METHOD OF DBAWINO .. ?1.00
BATHLBBB. A BotoI. Paper iO
PBBAMAS fIBB. Pap?r 91 9?
BBBAK1BU A lVTTMMTLT 33
APPI>BTO?**8 JOrmBAL. Monthly Part. Bo.
1 .... 40
FOB IIKB BAKE. Pi)w. 7 ?
THB BBAWSVILLB PAPKB. IrMtmO Tt
Wr *1 90
u u r. d k tk/x/v v wuwv v? x v r Bv'
IftMBS fl 20
AB18TBB 9 STOAT. By Bamy Bowl?? f * 50
HAY BE oris POLAB SBA Hew Bdlnon.
1 ?~?. .........fi iO
BTO. M. DALLAS' LKTTBBS PROM LOHOOH,
(r?a I'M to law. ?t? OS
TTPHAIBBt ABB BY A Til* of th* 12tfc c?n
ttrf. B j Oowt A- Ut CorWaMn ? fl 7i
MBUOOlLB ABBBT Bxtrictafroatb* Di?.
rl<? : Lot tart of*n Bngliab Pru:li<i|^ 00
2MPB0VBD KODBBH POCKBT BICTIOBABT
or THB PK?>OH A|D BBULItfd U4M
blAUEa. By ?b . vjmc wwUlioa.fl i*
V A DA M E DB 8T ABL As BMortnl Borrf Br
Au.tl> IMI'.t ft 5?
AKSESETEBIB B7 Biliai i<|?itw OrMtd.
?i.lb?r?l'4A 0to*-r Bt?ry. ? Mao, clo?u_fl *
BT WAT-or *r*OPK Bv B<nH Tafk>r. M
thor of ! *t+ I," ? RimU "
aad Mexico." iJnsr zlcHt?$?
SPECIAL NOTICES.
f* OR HA X MANUFACTURING COMPANY
P*OTIDK*C*, B. I ,
BTBBLIBQ BILV1B WABE
AM?
PINB BLBC'TBO-PLATBD WABB.
<*>' uonpH;, uaiiK ? * pmup'g wa
r*'Bi?kU Silver-ware Factory In the worM, and
: etaaloylag the beat taieat la designing, odalllng.
1 wi flnUhing, w?. with the a>d of iagaaiooa and
j lat-or (aTiac Machinery, enabled to prod ace la
tare* uaantitlee and at Me loweet arioaa, goods
, l eaoiiral la deaira and nnaarpaaeed In flaiah. the
; fia-inaof which the; gaarante* to be of iterliag
parity C I1. Miat awa> . A certlftoato li iifurd
with all artte>a la rilrrr for the pnrpoae of profiting
parchaeer* from imitation# of tieir daaign*.
They aiao roatiaaa to Bannfaetara their welt
k* wa and anrlva'lad Hickal-BlWar Blectra Plated
Ware, wtlch will laat twenty ITe years with fair
*frJ<Jay naage.
Order* received from the trade aaly. bat thaae
tiviWa "?aw Ka Akt.i.aJ from Ifnnri hi A Haal
- ? */ M*J WVOIUW ??" " " ~"'W - ??
era ? very where. _ .
-.. Bistromm
its glltrr put* l?
r . 10,16,20 24.29, ma 4.8U18JiJJ, JU lp lO.lS J9,
J MM
DAVIS* PAI5I KILLER.
Wa hif? totted this and aasnre our
reader* tbat It not only pnmnn *11 tbe virtu ?
claimed for it, bat in m*ny Instance* arp?M.-s
tni othfr rtntdf v* ktT* ?**r knovn It unould
not ba claeeed witb the no-tram* of tbadav. fit
ap forth* epedal purpose of pecuniary p'aflt, l>nt
b? rriirdM H oo? o' th* standard aodict aa?, for I
?e public benefit ?H'.rald of liospel Liberty.
j?21 lm
ELLIS' IROTI BITTERS.
"Uavlaa nied roar Iron Btttara In mr practice,
lean teatlfy to its a* parlor tonic properties f jr invigorating
tb* appetite and promotlag digaatioo
1 can anbaai tat lately recommend It Tn caaei of
general debility and drape pel a and la condition*
of tkinitMa raqairlag the use of a ferrnginon*
to a la. It* agreeable lator most recommend It to
aH. loan, reepec.fally.
OHAH 8 OAUSTT, M. D .
Pro?riaor la tka Philadelphia Caiyeralty o
Medicine and Surgery.''
Tor aaia by KIDWILL * SON,
Pennsylvania aveaoe and Mtb atraat,
Ud Prugglita (aatralhr. my S-Sa
raiLOR'l "PAPHIA* LOTIOil"
VOK
BBAGTIPT1BO THB RKI| ABB OOMPLBXBBMOYBB
ALL BBUPTIOBI, PBCOKLB8.
FAIB and BLOOMIBO.
Par LADIU t* tk? BUBSBBT It to lirilubli.
Por ailTLHIH after 8H AVIBQlt has noaqoaJ
"PAPBIAB LOTIOB" to tin nlj rallabto raMlT
tor dWMM tad blemishes of tie 3X1B.
PHALON'B "PAPH1AN BOAP"
tor theT01LBT, BUBSBBT end BATH, will BO?
etoi tb* Uu. PriwM mtpwoito.
UPLOK nr MATO.x
"FLOB DE MAYO."
VWr.VKJAWaLT&'t^aSfSS.
PHALOH a SO*. ?* ?*,
1* >-1t Bold br til DrvccMi
PIC NICS, EXCURSIONS, Ac.
the thibd annual no hic or bt
1 MATTHEW 3 BTBISti BAND, JA
ipoatpoaedoa account of ejection.; will b*
ritriat Seventh (tract Park.oo THl'R-4
DAT. July let. Ticket# 'O canta, admittiofiMA
gratl^i- And ladle# Music bj Holly Hill Ban J.
j# ?
CjJBAND FXOUR8ION TO GLTMOIT.
FOR thb BENEFIT or IM* ..
FIFTH ISLAND) BAPTIST CHIBUH.
On THUR3D*T. J hit 1st, l*>y.
Th? ittwitr Wi WaBIT
her wharf, foot of 7th atreet. at 8.JB
a n., tmahlifat Alexandria
and returning.
VutuMla Br mi Band baa bwi an (aged for the
ore** ion.
Tickets, 30?enta; Children nndar 12 yeara ot are,
half price jaC W,8?,M.Tn*W
rrm 8TBAM TAf'HT B~< LIP9E CAB BB
I chartered by private partiea to go ap the
mi>I or dowm ike river. (AcoonuPudativni^E*-,
:cr twenty peraooa.) . . * ?
AypiT <o ( . W DABT, A|?nt.
At Meet!! * Wltherow'i, Pnntara,
B atreat. batweaa 11th and 12th atreota.
jaSf1 ?ir Washington
TciKf/TIfaaDMIP ABWOUTPoN ^
will U given at AbMr'a Seventh Mnet
pfttt ra>llMnA? I?o<??w ia-a
Yickrts 30~snts, admitting a geDtlemanCfl^
a?d Indies. jo vTK^
OBJOT 1?IFB WHILE It tJBTS .'l '
FIBST GRIND flC-BIO
BXCBL0IOB_SOCIAfcS, OF <3IOBQITO WS,
To b? given it m
tiBBXH bPBINGS. M
MONDAY JCBB 29th. 1669.
The Holy bill Band bM been engaged. Qife
Dancing will com me dc* at half put two o'clock.
8tag*s will leave corner High u< Bridge streets
ersrr Ave minutes.
Tickets,admitting gentleman ud ladies, iO cts
WB 3t*
O T I O ? .
The ste amer Arrow will make regular alternooa
trips to MOUBT VBBNOB. com- .
meaclng Monday JUt Jute. weatkerB|^Hf
permitting, leaving her wharf, foot ^^^^^
of 7th street, a' 43% p m : arriving at Washington
on return about 9 o clock.
Tickets for sale on the boat. t
j*18 1m IChron] General Bnp*rlnUcdent.
amusements]
lo ?? ) OB IZBIBITIOI \lo.4M
_ 7th S AMD BALI { 7th
BTKXKT. S AT MtBKBITBB'B, f Btkebt.
Bo. 4tM? Itnith itrMt, Mwcm Du4B rtiwta.
Kitbt Door* ib?T* Odd fellow*'Hall,
Ohalce Oil Palatine*. BnfraTlag*. Ckrono*. Be.
Alio, L?(Mt Mock Paaerhaaclng*. Window
Bbadon. Plctnra Frame*, Pictnr* oord and Tan* 1*.
King*, Ball*, Ac.. In tfc* District TBBMfl
CASH Plana* Btaeabw Baa* aad Biakti.
MW?I
A B T GALLBBTi
304 PBHNSi LYABIA AVEBUB,
BETWEEN XIXTH AND TENTH STREETS.
A ilivice ccll'-ctt d of OIL PA1NTI NfMJ; Oer
MB, French, Buallah Bad A merle to OHRoHOS,
ENGRAVIKGS, PHOTOGRAPHS. PASSB PAB
TOUTS, BTBRBOS00PBS and STBBK0PT10
VIBWfe.PARLOB MBACKBT*
Oral ud t?un PICTDBB rBAMKS, CORDS,
TA8??LS,Ac . Ac.
Plctir* Trim m*d? to order. PrlewrooJo??u
SMITH * STBQSO,
oc 18-ly Proprietor*.
^ ^LAOIBS, DOBT PAT THB
WISH PB10I9.
GO TO 373 SBTBHTH STBBBT.
AH I) BUT AT WBOLBSALB PRICKS.
nwiu^.1. ?
VUIIUIVB v wivivu WStlVH 1HR-* DHUri.,^i (V
Child rea* Hnled Colored mall Bin Bat ton %nd
Lie* ?hoe? .-. Bl IS
Children^ blah cat Colored Batton Booto Si 23
HMM ** ?-f2 7?
Ledita BU?aera 71 wiU
** BuktM. . . #100
BmI Slipper* fitfl.S, SI SO, tlJA.fS no
? Shoea #1. !.?. INK ?3 no
** On* reea Gaiter*. (mi $lf$ioo
" Bigbcat Broat Lace Gei tereS 1.78 to S3 o>
" M Batton do . tl MtoSl M
? Bom mad* 2? M
Ladtea aad Qcnfi Viae Toilet Slipped *
Boya. Blaa*i aad ChUdrea'a Shoea
land, everything ta the way of taa BOOTS,
BB on aad 9AtTBltS, at regular whol??ale price*.
Call and aatiafy yoaraelf what mcaey yea will
an, at ' BTBABBUBOBtt BkOS .
171 Seveath a treat,
jet-tfl> titaiia t aad a.
HaXYIT B BOLBBB.
*nyictv>ai or
iva vaaaa, waiu VDlUVriH
JfiUM. Ac.,
m>T Pwurltult mnm. cor?r of Qtt itr?M
W* mM i iwiilfin? un?ON to o?r awnaraw
ItkoM nd tu public, that, to conaaction with
L?4i*a ud Qnilww. ? hm a*3a tka noat
atoMiT* ironrMta far mwfirtirlu
ics 0b1am, w4tis 10m,
noeh ooitan.oiamtn db hub.
riesiH povcbbb. juum, Be.,
oMte ftaMt ?nUBM Mt ???, VltlWlt Ud
fin ?dra Mtfflkrtlot, tto* pnr aurtiiw Mi
familiarity with tb* >nhwi. w? M?i rwiMttali)
Mlicltaliteral ahar* of ?atro?ae*> ud will
(MruiH to llin all who m?r favor A
liberal deduction will be Did* to VMtlv*l? aad
Fair* ParttMlar attanttoa yaM ta fanhMii
cWKiS*'
W* will aer** la oar M*oai TWIKTT DFPFIBlN
r rLAVtJU or cIbaw. iou, ceae>OTT??.
J ClAiM. *?
R Wf'WTYtn Tfl.MT nw (WMIMMIW*
A *ery ?nj?rii>r ufle!*; la Mrtaf m? i ron-bosod
T tqS&sniw*
EVENING STAR
WwhingUn Hewi and Sonip.
Iktmwal Rrv antra.?Tbe receipt* to-day
from tfeia son roe wire *569,9*6.16.
Ononis w. Em?t wu to-day appointed
Snpervieor of Internal Revenue for the S'.a:e
ot Tennessee, in place or J. J. Noah, Tenured.
Ma. Jaxir Hatm, Engineer in charg) of
the b*a m c departmental the Treasury, has
been ifmoT*#.
LSDUc, the inimitable Princ* /><?w;and I
roy ot tbf <>j?era KouflV. has l?lt our shore* for
Frane*: and w.th tola has icon* also AI. La griffon).
the popular 7'uci and CaUbat.
Rkv. 1>h. Kiwmah, of Washington. it u
stated m ta** New York A'**, makes a trip to
Kurope aext month for the express purpo*-* of
uniting in marriage two of his former Hock
now sojourning there
PATlfAtTU CBiKLU V. OCILD has bf*n
detached from doty as Inspector in charge of
UrAt iiiAna a nW 4liA'tkiat? * *?* u?*
. .1 I I v,>v? ? U? rurwmODlfl,
N. H., Navy Yard, and Payma*u>r A. t, Watson
ordered to that yard ia bis place.
Caft. E. (*. Uaidt, for several years past
Assistant superintendent of tbe Treasury
Buildings, was to-day removed, on a?coant of
tbe failure of Congress to make any appropriation
for tbe pay ot that oflteer.
Thb iwcombu of tbe New York Timet people
show well in the printed official returns in
Mew York. Mr. Kaymond, its late editor, returns
15"; Mr. Oeorge J ones, its publisher,
Ml,(ho, and L. L. Crounse, its Washington
correspondent, t?,7?>.
flm'ju in? (residential appointments to tbe
Military Academy, to All vacancies in tbe list
of 1??<\ is that ol Joseph Shillington Oyster*
of Washington city, for tbe District of Columbia.
He is tbe soa of George M. Oyster, E*q..
a well-know and much.esteemed citizen, and
is a youth of fine promise.
were opened at tbe Navy Department
to-day, at noon, to sapply the Department
with stationery for tbe aext fl<cal year. Tbe
bidders were Dempsey & O'Toole, Blanchard
& Mohan, Pbilp k. Solomons, of this city, and
Deveau Jt Waterman, ot New York. Tbe
samples wiil be examined and tbe contract
awarded iu tbe course of a few days.
commhciohca Dblaho and Tbos. L. Tnl.
lock, appointment clerk of tbe Treasury, bad
a lengthy consultation to-day in reference to
changes in tbe Internal Revenue Bureau. It
is expected that a anmber of removals and appointments
will be made there in the coarse of
a tew day?1.
1 km a has returned to Europe, taking with
tier her husband, K. Colonue. and all ber
witch-ry of smiles and winks and kicks. It
may not be generally kaown tbat the popular
prima donna is very ahortsighted?to much so
that she cnnnot see the audience at all when
before tbe footlights. When off the stage she
always wears eye-glasses.
Illicit Distillmibs.?Tbe Commissioner
ol internal Revenue bu received letter* from
the Secretary of the Navy and Secretary of
War, in reply to his communication addressed
to taem a few days ago. asking tbe aid ot
soldiers or marines to break up Illicit distilleries
m tbe insurrectionary districts. Both
Secretaries reply tbat a sufficient force will be
at the disposal of tht revenue oflUers to aid
tKam in Kraalriner n n *1 lioi? diaiiiUaia. ? a
w ? w ?j? uuviv ui3nurn 10? uru
bringing tbe offenders to justice. Commissioner
Delano is determined to entorce the law and
compel the payment of the tax.
Sriiin Colfax and wife bare been paying
a visit to tbe manufactories of Providence.
In one ol tbe rooms tbe party came upon a
platform scales, and, as usual on sncb occasions.
it was proposed that each of the party
sbonld he weicbed. Mrs. Col fix declared that
he dida teare to be Wade again, but baring
stood upon tbe scales, it was fonnd that she
was of exactly the aame weight to an ounce of
ber husband?138 pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Colfax
afterwards paid a visit to tbe "Brown
family," in company with Senator Anthonj,
which is dearned slaniflcant of a DirooMan th?
part of Mr. Colfax to throw down a gageof Battle
with Senator Spragne.
Chajk.bs iv tbb Post uirici Dbpabt.
mbbt.?Clerkship?Wm. P. Crane is appoint,
cd a se< ond-class Clerk at per annum,
Tioe M. V. B. Ake, remove*.
Regular Clerkship Removals?Jeannie W.
Middleton, Elii* O. Adams, Hiss Mollie E.
Geonett, Mrs M. B. Greene, Miss Eliza A.
Koonee, Miss Margaret L McCormiek, Mist
Alice Tyssowski. Mrs. 8. C. Pendleton, Mrs.
Margaret W. Snow, Miss M. J. Taylor, Mi's
Jeannie C. Walker and Mr*. Mary F. Mc Darin
ott.
Tentporary Clerks Removed?Ella* S. Bass,
Mrs. Frances A. Barnes. Mrs. Mary E. Gage,
Miss Ella E. Hindes, Mrs. Mary Lvdia Lindsay,
Miss Mary B. Molone, Miss M. Tastet,
Mrs. I). B. Friend and Mrs. Mary C. Worth.
Regular Folder Dismissed?Miss Kate >1.
Joyce.
Temporary Laborer Removed?Mrs. Ann
Stoddard,
MOVBMVTS OP TBB ASIATIC SyCADBOlf.?
Despatches have been received at the Navy
Department from Sear Admiral S. C. Rowan,
commanding the Asiatic sqaadron, dated Mty
iai. 1U* UH muiy ri>cm sqH&, ana IDC JtLOnocacjr
were at Shanghai; the Oneida and
Unadlllaat Hong Kong; the Idaho, Manmee,
Aabnelot and Iroquois at Nagaaki: the Arooetook
at Hioga, Japan. Health of officers and
crew excellent.
The Monocacy left Hong Kong on the i ?th
ot April for Shanghai, with J. Roes Browne,
onr Minister to Uhina, on board. He visited
Swatow, Amoy, Foo Chow aad Ningpo.
The Oneida left Hong Kong on the (th of
March, aad arrived at Baagkok on the 15th.
OapL creigbton, her commander, had later*
views wito im trim# Mi sister and King of
(Slam. Ha ?m treated with great conrtesy,
and a great desire was expressed by the Government
of Sum tor the ealU ratios of ftiohdly
leellags with the Csited Stales.
IiTBamo fbom Jirii?Rsnwu. or
THB OlTlL WlB-THI Kil SVOIfWULKesr
Admiral Rowan, caauaaadla* Asiatic
Squdroa, reports to tk* Msv; Dtpsrtmt,
under date of May 13tb, tin it was txpteud
the civil war la Japan woald M rtne ??d. as the
season for military aad naval operation* bad
arrived. The Mikado's Government bad de- I
ttrmtaed to tfialodgo Bnomoto from bis de- i
feases in tba vicinity of Hnkodadi- A aqnadron
of ships, including the Stone wail, wan equipped
for sen in Yeddo bny. l>srlB| the inspection
the ftagsbip of the sqnadron blew an with
much loss of life. There waa a ramor of tb*
Stonewall's machinery being out of order, and
of having sustained injury from srounumc
Encmoto is anid to bold natrons d?<itioa to 'he
north and eut ot Hakodadi, with Uoap?
in rood duciplinc, W?H fed. armed. u?
quipped, and under tb* drilling ot French
officer* wbicb 'M?j turn received divine tb*
*UM. It wan tbo?|it tb* Government
would ktii ana* trookle in dicl?dfinjr l.m.
On* *f EMMM' until (tb* Ashneiot) and
entered tA* bnrbors ot Ytdd* nnd Yokohama,
teofr n unw of tb* v*M*ta nnd naral prep*,
ration* of tb* Xifead*, nnd retired without
? oleetatton fro? the iNt or ftrtn.
Admirni Kown expreeeee tb* opinion that
.11 * I _ mm A IU t b n * i t m
Ml irnmi n ? nu?p turn uvminwi ui
Japan atxong. U ptac* and loyalty ?osrit lha
Provtacaa and HMltar IMimtoa. tha Mikado
being anqa???aMp i*? aapratnc rotor ot
Japan, tnupevally andtpiritoaUy, and :fca Tycoonatc
tboliahed.
< im Jtoticb Cham ku com to tb? WhitfSulphur
Springs.
PBOVOTIOM IV TBI llTBIil RSVHTOB
ItBrABKniT Tie following promotions have
recently been made in the Internal Kerens*
Otlw-Thoats A. Cashing from 4th clnss to
Head of Division; J. A. Joyce snd A. M. Kanon?e,
from 3d to 4th class: A. W. Oarnett and
E. S Holmes, from 2d to 3d class: W. W. Jenits
and T. W. Miller. fTom 1st to 2d class.
Tub Chronir7?, in its notice of the suspension
of the Jnltllif/ttuer, hats the following concerni?!
the gentlemen lately concerned in its publication
When Uales k S*aton retired from the Int'.'Ugrrcer
its fortnoes changed. Indeed, the
tim#? them^lve? bad changed. The world of
l-? 9 i? as different from thatof l&>9or IK*'. as if
It bad been born again. Wedo not aa? that the
/nfcjiiycNtrr was uui r^uai iw vuc aivrmi cudaiiiou.
On the contrary, its new managers
were men or great enorry and of versatile talent.
Mr. Coyle, tne representative of the old
Arm ol Gales .v Seaton, to whom tbe InttHntnctr
detceoded as it? best guardian and director,
is a gentleman of grea' experience in business:
and be bad excellent colaborers, aacoog whom
let n3 not forget Mr. Allen, tbe b?st nol moa'
genial of all newspaper men in Washington or
elsewhere?a man full of suggestion, always
thinking, and. apart lrom bis extrese p >li'ic?,
as effective a iriend ol the interests ot the I>.strictof
Columb'a as ever breathed the a'raaspbereoftbis
ten miles square. The diffi-ulty
in tke way was that neither Mr. Doyle's
nature, nor tbe nature of tbe lnt'llige?*rr, (if a
newspaper has a natnre,) could mane it a success
as an ultra partizan paper. When it became
one its fate was sealed."
TELEGRAMSJTO THESTAB.
tms ibotmi'i wyittw.
vice president < olfax.
His Speech in Prevldeace.
Pboyidsxcb, June 29.?At a large meeting
at tbe City Hall yeeterdey, Vic* President
Coltax was ictrodaced by tbe M tyor and responded.
He was frequently interrupted with
applause. He spoke of the condition nt the
country, of ?ts material prooperitv. of the in.
ducements which it holds out to tlie poor man,
as evidenced by the tide of immigration flowing
into it from every other country, and then,
in Rlowi** langaage predicted its deatiay. He
raid: -All round tbe world, from continent to
continent, wherever tbe poor roan seeks to
oetter mi condition, nia ryes, ae&rt. thoughts,
and hope* are bent upon this Republic ot
oars." "It i? not my testimony," said be. "it
is tbe testimony of the toiling millions that
inhabit all tbe continents of this glebe "
He pse??<l a big* eulogy opac President
Oram and npon tbe boaesty and economy of
his administration, spoke of the sanctity of
tbe public debt, and toucbed upon various
other topics^
FROM THE PACIFIC COAST.
Dtscevery ef Silver Miaes?Cenditiea ef the
Crsps?ft heck ef aaRarthqaake la Wash*
ingtea Territory.
Sah FBAiicieco, June?Hon. William H.
Seward left Promontory Point for San Fran*
cisco this afternoon. He declined tbe invitation
of Sacramento to attend the celebration of
the 4th of July in that city.
A neavv enocK oi eartnquage ws? frit at
{Seattle and Olympia, Washington Territory,
yetterday, and created considerable alarm
among the resident*, bat no damage was done
to buildings.
Intelligence bas been received from Arizona
ibaf J. O.Sbeldor, formerly at Albany, was
mi rlered by Indiana on tbe 13tb alt. near
Prescott in mat Territory.
Five companies of V. S. infantry Have arrived
beretrom Arizona enroute to Louisville,
Ky., for rervice in tbe division of tbe Soute.
1 n formation from tbe principal grain districis
of Cal fornia indicate tbat tbe crop, though
l&rge, ib below tbe average vie Id per acre.
Considerable portions, either through thinners
or rest, will not pay to barve*t.
In Oregon the crops will be greatly in excess
of any previous year, except in tbe WallaWalla
region.
Discoveries of rich silver mines between
White Pine and tbe bead of navigation on the
Colorado are announced. The location of tbe
mines is not far from tbe line of survey lor tbe
Southern Pacific Railroad. Tbe ledge is from
three to thirty feet wide, and verv ricH in ore.
There is an abundance of wood, water and
gnu? in the vicinity.
A dispatch from Portland. Oregon, reports
tbat the Indiana on the Alga reservation are
arming and leaving, because dissatisfied with
the change from civil to military officers.
The party purposing to make a preliminary
survey of die Northern Pacific Railroad left
here to-day for Portland, Oregon, and Olympia,
Washington Territory, accompanied by
Theo W. Canfield, General Agent of the company.
After examining the bays ud harbors
of jfcaet Sound, the party will proceed to
WaSwilli: thence north easterly to Uomdel&inAu
Pend d'Oreilles; thence np tike Colambv
river to Montana, passing by Deer
Lodge Valley to Gallatin City. Helena, and
L'adot and Mnllen Parsee in Boclry Mountains.
After ezploilng the passes and lbs Upper Yellow
Stone the party will go down that river to
the Mbaonri, and on to Fert Clark, where
tbev exnect to meet another atYnauiltinn f nm
Lake Superior.
Sav Frahcisco, June 29.?Floor 8150a
S5 37>f, with light sales for export to China.
Wheat quiet at 91.4 aSI.GU. Legal Tenders,
74%. Arrived?Stanton, Holton, (Jastle, from
Liverpool. Malabar from Bordeaux. Sailed?
French frigate Astree.
Senators Wade and Conkliag left for the
East to-day by the overland route.
DIFFICULTY IN KENTUCKY.
V 1 n ita Oft
AA/I ID ? I lib*) ?| U UV fc-'. * VI !!? UVUV1 W|
United States Deputy Marsha), in attempt iog
to enforce the revenue laws upon one Jack
Kunold, a distiller, in Knox county, was per*
slatently resisted by Runold and bta confed>
era tee, who resorted to arm*; whereupon R >h.
erts defended blmaelf, and wonnded Kunold,
probably fatally.
ATTORNEY GBIVBR4L OF NEW JERSEY.
Tbsston, N. J., Jnne 29?Gov. Randolph
bas appointed Rob't GUchrist, of Jersey Vity.
Attoiney General of New Jersey, vice George
Robeson, appointed Secretary of the Navy.
Sals* or Rsal Erran.?Joshua Whitney
ft Co. have sold tor l>. L>. Morrison, Esq , a
two story aad basement pressed brick front
bouse, on V street, between 13tfc aad 14 th. to
T A. Gil more, for 13.000 cash. Also. two.
story (ram* bouts and lot on 8tb street Mat,
between D and E sooth, tor J. 8. Bond, to
Amanda Barn, for S3,mm.
Food Guilty or Munoan ?Several
months sines Miss Fox. n yoong ladr of Belmont
ooantj, Ohio, a ear Wheeling, was
mardered by a yoong man named Carr, who
toaght bar band in marring* Tbe pareata of
ins ioang lady opposed tbe match, and Carr,
to bs rsvsaged an tbem, killed the daughter
and attemptsd to oommit solclde. Bs waa
arreted and lodged in >Ml at Su Clairanlle.
For a long Urns nis recovery from ths salt.
Inflicted injanes was extremely donbtfal.
After lying In a prvoariona condition for
months aseith returned, and last wash toe
was pat on trial tor ths dreadful crime.
Daring its pragma mora than ordinary interest
was inttoatod, and larva nnmhara war*
in attendance aaeh Any. Ths eass was given
to the jary on Monday, had on Tneeday a
verdict ot mnrdet in the am dspes ins
i B
m phviiii.
A Trjuixim ?romY.?The Lndkm Vir.
I lalantof Hi M mj+. TimekddM of Mr.
Vromm attracted to eroaa the mkoUktMn
over Btaekwaiar Suaday ereaiac. WbM
bmrly otm* they heard a tratat eeMtag and
attempted to r*a back, thtahiag Ucmmumi
tbe wat. Bit ib that they win mtatakaa,
and tba train cane oa the bride* before tbey
could gat off. The aldeat, a girt, seised the
yonagest cbtia and Jsmpsd from the bride*
down an tnbuknut eighteen or twenty
tret high. The other, n Utti* few, slang win
hia baadn to the bridge antll the train bad
Csasd, and tben Ml to the groaad and roll,
down n declivity of tont 80 or 90 feet
His bead ws? bsdly ent nnd braised, hat nis
lotnrtss are not senoas. The ewape of the
little ones is aMMst mlraoalnas.
yoaly auui miles of wins m required to OM.
plsis the telegrapblo circuit of the globe.
VMew Orleans can't get meet. The bntoa.
srs bnve strack.
VTbe Mew York HernM calls the Pacific
railroad "The Iron Sbrood of the Wild lndina."
?y'?U Clacker*,*' n Wesvsrn paper styles
tki famaU oak vnat inniftlg
TBroofcly D??a U?l It has a el*?.hoa??
?vhie* aaasi proMljra a?wpoltMitouot.
CT'Ualiforaja Moods call it cbUditb vpon to
kill a Okicaaaa.
LOCAL NEWS.
Di?tributi*a of Prrmiioi* at St. Hacfai'i
The uim) diatribatioa of aaedale and p feminine
to tbt papUa of St. Vincent'* School
and Orphaa Aaylan took place tbta morning
ta the large hall at the Asjlam, coraer of 10th
urn u ?wi?, u? was lumaFU oy t lirje
number of parents ud friends of the pupils.
Tbe exercises commenced with the (rind e*?
trance march by Miwei La lie Boo dp and
Fanny Allabaob, aad a vocal trio," Are Xtrte
Stella," by Mines La lie Boone, Josephine 1
Peyton and L Latamore, witb Miss Gerund*
Alia bach at ibe ptano. Toe coronation ceremonies
followed, after wbicb, ibe distributien
of premium* took place. interspersed with ex- ;
cellent vocal and Mstrumeatal mast: by tbe
pupils.
Tbe inedali and premiums were distributed
by Kev. Father Walter, otSt. Patrick s Obur h.
as tbe tames ot tbe pupils were announced by
R*v. lather Keane, tbe assistant paator.
Fathers >1. Cart by, Mackin. and Merou were
al>o present. Ti? hall waa densely crowded
witb ladies and gentlemen, amosc whom were
many of our prominent ciizens, and tbe
exercises throughout were ot tbe most interest.
ibe character.
The lollowinc-namedpupils received prizes:
The honors ot tbe senior cuss, consisting of
a gold medal and a crown, were awarded to
each of tbe following young ladies ?Ltnda
O. Thomas, Mollie A. Wil'on. Miry S.ebel,
Viromin V??ai mornr
( pn imi ji t 4>inl J f.lUllUriUiaU.
Crowns were n?rard*-d as loll 1*1
First Cla??? First Honors: Josepbioe i'eyton,
Helen Sbeckeils, Italic Boon*-, Id t Oturry,
Ella<?*r, Fancy AUabacb Mollie Ss.e^Qfiiaen,
Mollie McDfYitt and Amy Karnard.
Sico>d CI? First Honors Eva Kobmson.
Emma Mobun, Lucy Latamore, An.e? UabUI,
Laura Peitibone, Anaie Wasitey. Bridget Carroll
and Mauie Dm. Second Honors Florence
hpeaa. jo??*pbine4Jl&iu>n. Ueoecca Hunt,
Minnie Miller. Bridget Milone, Annie Carrol,
Lolt W?t and Mary ? I auw
TDird Class?First Honors Ella Briefs, Maria
Draine, Ka*e llut, L. Warder M. Djuoboe,
MolUe tyriir, Juifpkme Beat, Mary Ki<Kle?,
Ella Gieem, 0. Bic'dle, Laura Einkiua.
M- Curran and Moliie Oyster. Second Honors:
Seville Hall, Mary Shutter. L>nisa Good all,
Jo*?rb'ne Birch and Mary Elli*.
Fourth Class?First Honors: Alice Brown.
A. Hall, M. McCarthy, C. Stevens, M Flanna(ran.
Mary Murray. Ella Cherry, Annie Hollingshead,
Kate McCartly, M. Allen, J?*nnle
Van Uuwick, M.M.S ewart and E.MeCirtby
Second Honors: Gertrude Allabacb. Annie M
Phillips, K. Sutton, W. Bluet, Carrie Birch,
M- Green and Hester Shatter.
.Fifth Class?First Honor*: B. Wasney, M.
Carrol, 1. Fi'zjrerald, E. Ewing, K. Stepnenson.
Mary Hate ilton, Mary Frank, I Stewart.
Bell Oyster, B. Roach, andM. Griffin Second
Honor* Ella McCloskey, E Sprifbtley: C.
Cleccents, A. Cromelian. M O Dannell, and L
Goldsboro.
Si Class?First Honors: A. Hannio, I.
Lepley, M Fluberty, J. Coombs, L. *heben.
H :Gaidsbor>', M. O l>ay, N.McArdle. Second
Honr?r?: L. Byrcea, J. Moxen. Katie Cirroll,
1. Cratoba, T. Bohm, Nellie Craobs, .1. Nailor,
Loan* Clement-, A. McLmthlin, M- Wills,
Rcee McCloskey, K. Krasneoff. nod L. Kellv.
1'rr niumt Jor Christian Ouctrxnt an I T' tiam'iit.
First Class?First Premiums: Ida Cuerry,
Lull* Boone, Josephine Per'on, Helen Sbevkels,
Moilie McDevitt, Ella Ober, Fannie A 11abacb.
Moilie Stephenson, Amy Barnard.
Second Class?Firs'. Premiums: Eva Robinton,
Emma Hob an, Mary Sbaw, Fannin HeHenry,
Rebecca Hunt. Second Premiums:
Florence Speak. Seiond Dins on Annie Was
ney, Bridget Carroll, Bridget M tlon<-. Mtggie
Dte. Second Premiums: Lizzie Sullivan,
Annie Carroll, Lmlie West, Mary Gates.
Tbird Class?First Premiums: Verde Bant,
Maria Drsne, Kate Bant, M. McAvoy, E'.la
Briggs, and Mary Jones. Second Division?
First Premiums: Mary Donobne, Moilie
Byrne, Mary Riggles, Ella (Ireen, Laura Liukins,
M. Cnrran. L Warder, and Josephine
J>al. Second Premium: Moilie Oyster.
Fonrth Class?First Pn?minm? m ?*/ -
Cartby, Eva MoCanby, Alice Brows, A. Hill,
Jennie Van Riswick, Mary Duhamel, Annie
McDevitt, M. Stewart, Kate Sutton, E. Oatral.
M. Fitzgerald, Ella Clemen ta. Second Premium
Kate Holloran. Sec. nd Division?
Flret Premiums: M. Flanagan. Miry Murray,
Katie McCarthv, Ella Cberry, M. Allen, Clara
Harvey, Jnlia Darby. Anule M. Pbilltpi.
Tereta Bradtr.er, M Sullivin. Second Premiums?Kate
Bird, I- Johnston, Louie Kelleher,
Ella Hnrdle.
Filtb Clatfe?First Premiums: Kate Wauiey,
1. Fitzgerald, Ella McOloskey, Mamie Hamilton,
J. Harrington, Mary Frank, J. Stewart,
Bridget Koacb, M. Qriffin, M. O'Donnell.
Second Premiums M. Carroll, A. Kilgonr, K
Smith 1 MpHMn- R M D~.^_ w
? 1 " ?f MilWKl U4 IVCiU ? f J.
Byrne, Belle Oyster, L Sprightly, M. A
Keady, C. Clements, E. McCormick.
Sixth Class?First Premiums K. Carroll, M
Cnrry, M. MeArdle, J.Crabbs, A. Sards, A.
Uimmon, J.Tepley, ?1. Teuny, F. Sbebao, Oft.
Lngrew, A. Crab be, T. Kelley, and S I>ang.
Second Premiams: J. sardo, M. Wills, r.
Bobn, and G. Pnlllips.
/Vm<?M for Rhetoric, Grammar, <f c.
First Cla*s? First Premiums: Josephine Peyton,
Lslto Boone,tHelen Sheckels, Ida Cherry,
Elia ober, and Fanny Allabacb. Second Divirion?First
Premium*: Mollis Stephenson,
M. McDevltt. and Amy Barnard.
Second Class?First Premiams Eva Robin*
aon. Florence Speak, Josephine Claxton, Agnes
Cat I I, and Emma Mobun. Second Premium*:
Lucy Latlmsre. Gertrude West, Fannie He*
Henry, &. Hunt, and Oortne Johnson. Second
Divitton?First Premiums: Fannie Petitions,
AnuieWasney, Bridget Carrol, Bridget Molone,
Mary Gates, and Minnie Miller. Second Premiums:
L'zxle Sullivan, Maggie D*e, Lulie
West, Alioe Peyten, Annie Carrol, and Julia
West.
Third Class?Final Premiums: Ella Brigg*.
Maria Draine, Kate Dant, Verdie Dant, and M.
McEvov. Second Premtuma: Annie Berry,
Mary Jones, and Seville Hall. Second Division?First
Premium* L. Warder, M. Donobne,
M.Bvrne, J. Heal, Mary Higgle*, Ella
Green, C. Bid die, Laura Liakins, M. Curran.
and Josephine Birch. Second Premiums
Mollie Oyster, M- Ellis, and L. Brock.
Fourtb Class?First Premium*: Alin BrownM.
McCarthy, and A. Hall. Second Premium;:
E. McCarthy, Gertie Allabacb, Jennie Van
Kiswlck, Mary Dubamel. Annie McDeTitt.
Hester Shatter,' M M. Stewart, (J. Uotral, K,
Holloran, O. Clements. Second Division?
First Premiums: U. Stevens, M. Fl>n?l|??,
Mary Murray, Kate McCarthy, Ella Sherry.
Annie Hollingt>bead, M. Aiken, Jaiia Dirby,
Annie M- Phillips, J. Johnson. Seeond Premiums:
Olara Harvey, B. Javenall, M. Green,
W. Blunt, Carrie Birch, and (1.Hurdle.
J remiuml for Gtograpkjf, AtirMomg, and Ihi'o?ophj.
First Class?First Premlims - Josephine
Peyton, Helen Sbecklea, Lulie Boone, Ida
Chery, Ella Uber, and Fanny Allahacti. Second
Division? Pint Premiums: MellieStephenson,
Amy Barrard, and Mollie McDevitt.
Second Claa??First Premnms: Eva Robinson.
Florence Speak, Acnes Oahill, Lacy Luimore,
Fanny McHenry, an<LRebecaa Man.
Second Premiums: JoeephinrClaxton, Emma
Mobun, Mary Shaw. Q. West, and Carina
Jobnston. Seeond Division?Firat Premiums
Laura Peubone, Annie W asney. Bridget Carrol,
Ali^DnwtAti M?l.. -
MOW ? cj ?v?i VI iu???. MViMlf MXI AYWI9) kAQ
Minnie Miller. Saaond Premium*: M. Dw,
Lime Sullivan. A. Carroll, aad Jalla Weet.
Thud Class?First Premiam*: EllaBrigts,
Mart* Draiae, V. iMat, and Anal# Berry.
Second pmiiaai: Kate Dant, M MeEroy.
and M. Jones. Second Division?First PreBUhfie,
Laura Llnkias, jfcurran, aadMollla
Oyster. K>ooadPraUias: bnie Dove, T.
Saturn, J. Birch, M. Shatter, J. Oaodall, M.
Ellis, and Ljdla Brock.
Foarth Class?First Prmiams: Alios Brown,
M. McCarthy, Eva McCarthy. O. Allabscb. A.
McDevItt, O. Catral, B. K. Holloran, A. Hall,
J. Van Riswick, Mary lMhamal, E. Shatter.
M. Stewart, K. Sawik Q. Ulwwli KmM
Division?First PraoJawt: ,0L Stavaas, M.
Man ay, Ella Cherry, M. AUm, J alia Uarbr.
*?. jutoi, JL jmn A. fMlipi Stoond
pmiDDi: M. A?i* Hotline*.
?ad,Tlu>?tBndthiu, K B.rt. *. KeaUnf,
Wooai* Blast, C. Birch, L Ktlkte.
Fiftat Oil Flnt TmImm: K. Vmiy,
M. Church, O. Kvtap W. Flttfll. WmamA
Premiums: M. Uarroll, A. KUcoar, Ella McCk?key,
Mat Hatfnftaa, J. McHeary, J. OowspsZ:
gas
art. Ml Oltwr.JS. Beeeh, ?t?rr Oriiln, Ucj
Ool4?boroBgh, E. Spri?h'ly, M. A. iMdr,
Altec 8p?*. &mi? WMt, C. OtemeaU, M.
U'Doaastl. E. MoOamac, A- Croatian, K.
Vnuw, J. KnlqoMA.
J-rt Mtaau for Oacrrd** 4 Prof cut History, Botany
on* MMM
First Ctono?FiTat Premium*: J a lit Boone,
ld? C|VTT^jM^b|a^yiM^lro Sback.
lXrvin, Abt Biratr4.
9?co?d VMta-Pinl PmllMM: Bra Robin,
on, FJorenco Spook, J. Uluw*. 1?> Onhill,
firWeet Hunt. Sooocd Prtnuai: Eant
Mobu, M*ry Sbnw, Pa any Milliary. Sac
on? DitMm-Flrtt P^biib* l^nrt IVttl
bene, Aum Wmd*?, Bri4fM far roll SwMid
Pre? anr A lie* Fvytos. *MUCi* IX*.
Sullim. BridrM M&ioac, Oru? Wni. Anoie
Clmrroil. J alia Wnt, Marr <}at?*
for Orftmuta. ???(.?. ?- I
I rmiunt* to lt*Mr%**?*T. jl Unaroh.^.
Fita?*rald. A.. Kilfcir, Ella MoCw*k*f. K.mt?
Smith, F Oovliit. R Stevmaon. J Harria*ton,
Mir; Kruk. 1 s ?a??r\ I.acy Uoldiburo
Srcor.d Pr??i?ni? M K^lley. M. Cnrroll,
a HmtoII.S. W*II?o*. j Byro*. M*t B%thItok,
O. Korsfr M bohois M. Wwt SUIk
O'b kwI til* !>??!Sigth(>I(M?Firat
Premium* l. J.
Or*bto?. Emm* Plat ?, 4. a Hinmoi,
M Ewinf. J S*rd<v X. VTiiu, a. F.wim A.
Crabbe. Emm* S'mtiw. T. K?l"jr. T.
Bchm. H. (??lf?boro. rt. Pblipa **? ? E Lwi,
J Ooomba.K McCloaapjr K. KroikoCL Bfroo.
I. Hirk* I. inMUitL V V
Nail or. A ilcU?(bllii. Second Pr?rniuaii
J Lerley, M McArole. M Carry. K. Carroll.
L Sbfbia, Kil? Mullqa'en ud M. Sutr? v
J'rr mwt for Aiiikmttic a%d ft or' - K-trpfn ?
Fir?t UIim? Fir*: Premium* Cut On*r,
KannT Allitucb Hrl?n Sbfckdli. I.uiie B?r>ne,
Josephine prytou, ldaCb>rry, ana Mollie S.rpbrMo*.
Second Class?Firat l>oiaii< )nK>binson.
Mollie McIVmii, Amy Itarnarri Floreaee
Speak. Jc*epbiae Clax'on. At nes Cab'11, Kuma
Mabui. Fanny McH'irr, aa 1 Ke-wcca
Hun* Second Pn-mium* M ?r j- Sb?a. I>ncy
La!>mere. Lulie Wfft, A. Johnson Second
Division?F.rsl Premiums- I>iur* Pelt > bone,
Annie Wastry, Kridret Carroll. Bridr**t Milone.
Alice IVtton. Lulie Wnt, .talis W-st,
Mary Dates, and Minni*-Miller. Second Pre.
miumc L. SuIIitiui. Maf*ie Dee. aud Aame
Carroll.
Third Ola**-First Premium*: FIIa Knar*.
M Umnr, Kn? i??nt, V. Dint, and S? villa
Hail, second PltaiUB*: M McLvoy, Audi*
Berry, Yerua l)inu Kboda Nail or, and M.
Jonea. Second Division?Fir*t Premiums T
Warder, M. Donobo*, C. Briddle. M Curran,
T. Dot*, and L> Satton. Second Premiums
M. Byrne, J. B?al. Mary Higgle*. Ktla Orocn,
Laura Linkin*. Moiiie Oyster. Mary Sautter.
L Ooodall, and Jowpbide Birch.
/"remains /?r tWnck anl
First Class?First Premiums ? Luiie K <one,
Ida Cberry. Oertrude West, Luce Lxtitnore,
M. Seibel. Linda Thomas, M. Zianrrmao,
Jenaia Newmeyer. Fanny AllabicU, Lui? ,
West, and Josephine Fat ton.
Second Cfrfc*? First Frea ntns Byrne, |
Laura Liakins, ftertrude Allaoacb, Laura
Petubon*, Amie Hoilingbbead. and i>o?isa '
Ooodall.
Third Class?First Premiums L Sullivan,
Alice Peyton, and M. Dubamel. S-cond Pre- |
miums:?Oorinne Jobasum, L- Stinchcomb,
and Jaani* Van Riswick.
M. Stephenson is honorably mentioned m the
first class of music for attention to study and j
improvement.
MtUt Work?Cold Emtroid ry.
Premium to Jorepbine Peyton.
ank nmorvMtiy.
Firat Premiums Fannie Allabac*), Miry
Hiffln, t'lorwe* Spnk, Ftnm# M Hwry,
Maria limn*, KIM Uber, Mary Zimmerman,
and Mo I lie Stephenson.
ftp'ttry.
Flrat Premiums: Linda Thomas. Mollis
Wilson. Mary Stebel. V. Dant, Kate Dint,
Minnie Miller. Luhe Boone. Jncptiae Birch,
Klla Brigga, Mary Shaw and Mollie Ovater.
J'lam Seuinp, Skirt Maliig amd 'Wo* Em'jroidtry.
First Premiums : He|?n She kels, Ida <!ber.
3, Jennie Neirmeyer, BrKpi Oirroll. K nraa
obun. Eva Kobinson, Aru>*s Cahil, L.uct
Latimore, Seville Hill, Mary Gates and Lanra
Petiboue. Second Premiums : Autle Waaney,
J. C lax ton, Gertrude West, Aane Ctrroll,
Mary Jones, Rebecca Hdi'. M. Sani'?r. L
Warder, Caroline Johnston. L Brock, M McKToy.Li/*?eSnlli?an.
M. Cnrran.M Djnohne,
Loui<a Goodall, Laura Ltnkins, Klla Green
and Julia Writ.
rrrmivmj to Ike Orphans.
To the food little nrls for trying tb?ir very
beat to reed and apell . M. Hockihaw, M.Neil,
A. Stanton. M. Mi K?nna. M. Br-mau. M.
Boncbe, Annie Getta, Sarah Cook and LUlie
Strauu.
Crowns to the Orphans?First Honori :
Katie Lflcl). M licnr. K Hnii*
Yonag. ft. N?*?%er, Km Nolan. T. Uoiliat aad
K. Keiling. Second Honor# : E Hannon. M
Kaffir?. M. Oolkn-t, Mary J. Marray, Kau
Hadie, Kau- Coatallo. Mary Bark.
Premium*for Ckrittian Doc'rine.
First Claaa? Firat Prtm ums Macu Nolan.
Mary Oaka, B. Roach, M. Boiklay, M A
Buckley, L. Buckl*y and Lizzie Lonr. S*cond
Claaa?Firat Premiums : M- Kelly. F <J*rtlv.
K. Lvncb, B Morgan. B Ctrrolt, M Carroll,
and M Louisiana Second Premium*: M
Bolan, R Moore. F.I la Robinson, K. Hadie, M.
A. Carroll, B. Walah and Kata O. Keilly.
J'remium for OrViogropky, Reaiiny, and Arithmetic.
First Claw?Ftrat Premiums F. Collina. K.
Sbarkey, K. Keeling, E. H*m?oo, G. Clark,
M. Howard, L Flenninc. M. Welsh, A. McKntyre,
and M. Boyle. Second Premiums: M
Larkey, J. Hoaaer. M. Boyd, K. Koran, M.
Mnllen, A. Orey, Ellt Robinson, M. Bagby,
B Carrol), B. Moore, E Wise, M. Pugbln, M.
Maher, M. Talty, M. Snlliran. M. Corbett,
Kate O'Reilly, A. Hamilton, M. Crow, W. Cabin.
M Rallin* ? ft?o
Second OUm?Fir?t Premium* M. K*U, L.
Goodwin, M. Bum, C. Murray, B. Lynch, K.
McGamy. J. Win, L Ward, S Kelting, M.
^cy.M Keiily, M. Shoe keif ord, M. McOlynn,
Mary Fits*erald, F. Pemn, C. Don?!ly' M.
Dacy, K SaUirao, M. Qutn. M Q. Ha<b#s.
K. Dolan, M. Porklas, I*. Booth, and Lizz e
Weber. Second Premium*: M. Harrow*. K.
Goodwin, M. Qodard, M. U Lwuy, M. Boetb,
and E. Clark.
/'remiums for Grammar, Reading nnd Writing.
First Clasa?First Prt-mmnu. E. Back ley,
E. Harman, K. Cabill, M A. Buckley, 6.
Booth, J. Mat)onej. M. Nester, M J. Marrar,
M. Dwyer, E- Kean, K. Nolan, K. Lynch, M
Lonissianna, I. Mtrwlla. Kate Robinson, and
K. Bretneban. Second Premium*: Q. Oo-coran,
Kate Young. F. Ball, K. Oistello, M. Toobey,
and . Flanagan.
Industrial Sckool
Plain Sewing Machtn* Operator?M. O ikes,
B. Koscb, M. Nolaa. M. Nelllr?n. Second
Premiums: M. Buckley, L Crjtty, Lute
Locjr, M A. Fleming, and M. Moocev.
Second Class?First Prenlnm<-: ? Bictley;
L Bamon, M. Dwyer. J. Ball, H. J. Murray,
Kate Young, K. Nolan, M. Boyd, B Boots, M
BadV,
Laos Embroidery-K. Lynch, F. Gaitly, K
Moor*, aad K. Keeliur.
Third Class?First Premium': M. Borrows,
B. Mahoaey, M. Lon>?iana, T Collins, H.
Bmuhu, I. Qiia, X. Burfc, M. Kean.C.
Donnelly, B. Walsh, A- Hamilton, aad G.
Clark.
Good Little Girls?A.lies Care, C. Talty,
Mary Murphy, E. Bark, K. Ward, I. Goolrick,
M. lK>nohoe, M. Low, k Kennedy, S.
Pens, M. Carroll, L. Chorll, K. Lync). M.
Nolan, aad M. WUbsrt.
In tbe large room adjoining tbe exhibition
bill the varloas pieces of needle-work, embroidery,
tapestry, Ac., by tbe pupils darisg
tbe past year, were olsplayed, mtsy of which
were of kMUtttal design and eaecaUoa -Falling
under tbe Cross," a floe piece in tapestry,
by MiwLiada Thomas; ''Washington Orossioc
tbe Delaware," by Misa Josephine Biroto;
' Joseph presenting bis Fatberto Pbuaob," by
M!?a Minnie Miller, "Washington in tbe Field,"
b7 Miee Mary Shaw; aad "Washington at
HOBC," mj Bill K?ut V. IMat; * rtcfcly m.
brotdered chair, by Mm Fauj AlMtch;
white elatk, by Mary Ziawran; a a?ato
beanttfally lalwMwH in gold by tbe orphaaa.
Sarpltce ta lace.work, bandtercbtat?, shim,
lad au^hi^ a ad uUplecea ^of needleSill^
2epwl^S?Tl2^
taaka Mwyjy Irataoh^ajni^ha^cUytor
ct'anik* ?f ir"T ?f ?lir p^om,nM,
Tmm? Aboat ? o'clock thinmoraine a lira
?M?Morcnd la aa unaccepted how, No.
M 1Kb ?a?al( belwaaa E aad F. which ort?i
atory to iwpainac the hou*. A oolorwl
VMM U*lu *w 1J BMMM tkt in
b?for? wm torn.
Atont t% o *MM limminii froa
toft 37 (or a ir? li tto ?>! of Dr. J. R.
? ' ^ i *
InrtfB Uiitmiitt.?Th* mi MtfaiM.
t?a?r UMt Komal aMt Preparatory Dopart.
otlfcrr ? ?U?fcm
tivts ortl rtft'TTriin>?fMI ?mn tf'^LV?iM
vcrtity, with matlc by tb? Norm\l ftad Pr?.
pantiory Dqwrnnt, atib* OoaffrogattOMU
Cbvrcb, oom*r of lt?b * ? O itfMtt, to-morrow
wife, ttw. Howard prwidm.
. j??n. * Miiiart* of K*w Albaay,
Mi Iti 1M July M *> M ?d of all tfttip
eonbl j. >
r A
i ~ B*cy
' V. B. I ? lWl.M*#???###?n? Mtl??W V III S
I >; TWMUH. )M 121 % 121^
i flwTiwtm, I KM >?\ II?,
riwfwo*. trv ii
j Fit* T*n:m, * J?J*. m..ll?s Il?-k
nTt T ? Ii? Jt>. M. Jl.r W llui urn
rivefwveties.jae * jeiyi ? ?!'.ii*S iSv
Th ToniMi******* ? *1^ Mffc
i'.s?%,
?-*? ?. IM 1*IS ??^jB*Jy.,?..ii? *
).?XM IP I>t F^wi. . !<** if
SUM*, 1M6 US OoM. 131 ?
> uajy,*::ii?v__
1 Bf Buktri *?! Br*k*rf T*i*fr+pk. Jim*$ M.
IrOfirtji. tfrmtvr )
I/wi? JobntMi ft Co (,uot???v l? u< bonds
m bum* ud tomes airnu u tallow*
Maw lou, JuiitiW.-Flt?t B?K U S. 6 a,
Wl. Otipo*. ni^;' *?v ML oovpon*. 121 k;
1?M. eoapoa*. ii?; i? toitou na i?s.
i capon mv, llt\; 1(41. cotpon,
H?\\ l<w?4?-s. cnpoB. H*\ Pncllr tfnM.
V; (Mir * HmuMppi OeraSeMen. A'\;
HtnpoM. ( Aunnttr HtO. no?. Ohm,
6?>; Ccnbsrlnnd. 31W; Western Union Tste>rapt.
3f%; yticWim, 15; Boston Wim*
Powsr. it Ksw Yor* OsntrnL W\; KMson.
t?6. Bsndinc, te: HloUcu Itentml.
vjf. Micntcnn KoniMrn. m:; 1 lUnow
Oatrnl. 14*: UI*v*ltM snd Piitefcnig. te-;
Nortkwssv^ \ do prsfsrrso <*6. CtevslnndA
Tolsdo. none. Mock Island 11?Fort Wnjfts,
imk; Alton * Tnrm tfsnte bom; Totedo *
* tbuk. m Adsms Ki|<r*?>. B<: Wslls.
largo A Co. Emprsss, 34; Arausc Mttes Esprsws.
T3 Americas Exprass. U Msr.
enacts' l*nlot> t?: (Tbicaco A Alton, n >bs,
d> nroterrsd. I5SJ. Market vtsady Oold. It? % nl3,
k*
[ByCnUt.l
Jane V". 1 p. ? ?Oo???U for
morer, *?t\a"t VHoad*. <j met and
Meady: llliuots. ?Hi| fcne. l''^.
FtiiKvoiT, 1 p. a -Bi'uflt. * SI.ivBBr<H>u
1 p. ra. -?V>tu>u flrrn StM
I.'.ko t?ale?. Middling I plud1 l"?!\: Middl.uc
Origan*. I?\
- ?
I'iatlrltl Matter* ta Baltlatr* Ta-da?.
Haltimokb, J ana * ?Virginia din, old.
! ? % bid. 5* S ?vk?d;do. Ift*. 57% hid. do. IH67,
54 )? bid. 55 &*lr?ddo. coupoa, old 59 atked.
ItlMrt Nirkfti, TMtf.
HAtTiHOM. J one v.?Oc?to* rerjr Brm at 34
Flour qairt and ?ta?>iy.* Wbaadall: wIm of
cboicf new wbi f tt Oorn ??< : prim*
wbite. M yllow. *- Oau fl rater. Ii(bt,7i?r):
Mtt. TKa?>. Kye firm and bvid at tl 1%.
WfuMn fork qntet at til.
Wall Street Ta-Day.
Niw Ton, Jan* 4? -Stoi-ki firm, bat no.
?e tiled. Money ac'ive at ? per cent, and 1-10
eommiHioo. Sterling escbaa**, v\. <Md.
37 s,. &-&)'?, l-ti, coup >n, 21V H'-Mf*. caapon,
North Carolina 6'a, 59?. do. ne?r,
i.iw. vir*ini*#r-? *- -? -
5fw York Fleur i*d Urila Market T#-day.
Niw York, J?d? 'A-FIoit d?ll tad id
ecrati lower. Wbeat dall, aid slightly ia fa*
vor of buy?-ra. Corn dull, aad 1 ceat lower.
/"Mr Cabill, wbo baa the contract for dicing
the cellar ot the O.xra Hoaae in Terr*
Haute, lnd . recently employed a o?Jor*d naa
Immediately on me man appearing with kw
aborel feventeeu wbite meu (topped aad re.
1 used to work un'll be wna diamiaeed. Tbi?
waa not done, and tbe seventeen m-a loat a
day 'a work
VTbe Manner's Church, of San Franciao,
baa a pulpit in tbe ahape of a ship's a-ern.
VBoonets bar* undergone no change in
Paris aad Loadoc
CFQouraor Morton I* to deliver a Konrth
of Jaly orauon at (iettvsbnrg oa tbe 5ta of
July, after wbicb himself lud Uiauy go to
California - ia tbe Pa< l>c Railroad.
tr Tbe atrike of the female Collar lroaera. at
Troy, still continues. Tbe employer* are trainii.
e new baa da to tba work, aad toe *ttiBera.
with commendable spirit, are organizing a oo>
v|> i>un coiiax manufactory and laundry of
their own, which is to uhderaall tbe old coacerna.
TAjMriioUr.J T PHfnofldifd.uvii
rfportrdoltr overdo* ol laiduim. to
fuib.Ua. un lit; Monday, Mr* PMmoo,
bit widow, who la raeiding in Philadelphia,
was indicted by the c<?nd inry ot Savaaaab
for hM murder. Tbe accaned U a lady of extreme
beamy aad intelligence.
Proposals roR the sals or pbopbbty
at tub TMa?dr#D?PABt?BlT.
Fraled Propoaala will be eeaeiead at tbe Trearmry
rerartment until THLKSDAT. tae Aral 4m ot
July, at It v'clock m , Hdnnit t? the Uaaerat
* i.peOaUndeat Treaaury Buildtaja, for thraala
of the following property :
Ilrtt claa* Paper Macblae, bnilt by Joha L Baaveraa.
WwnUrt, Vaaa
1 6f inch fotririMr Haehiae. Screen Tat, aad alt
n*c?-?ary ft it area oomplaU
VPatent Hactlon Bo Tee
11at and Second Preaa Ball* made of braaa all
S Ca' iSWOmw* three (?) Wladera. with Slae
Bos attached.
1 aet of Pltttera aad SI re Bella
1 Labor aad all neceeeary Pbaftiar aad Haacera
complete. with Beitlae aad Oeartar a'tacbad
1 Pater < alcedar with flea <t) Boll*. Be!da? aad
all neceaaary Sxtaraa
S Beat tar Bagiaea. 4t inch kaieaa, brail' Waahert
to eaA>, and all aajaaaary Bhaftia* *?<t
Belli DC (v wplele
Hydraulic Pratai tor rnwlM paper.with Pga|
lid ?tucb*d,
1 >? fwwr Vifvrt.
I Staff Cheat with Pulleys and Bhaftio* w|ht>.
t Urge BUoch Tab*, lad tear (?> Dwun.
3 Butan r?BN _ _ _
S IK able Acting Pumps With M feel BalvaaiMd
M?e
l Large Botary Bleach of Ira*.
1 Steam Bagiae aad Boiler, thirty iSO> horee
.^?^^.rKr^urrsr>V?T'
Bid* will be received for all or toy portioa of
1 VtMaB?BB%MtwSah' variable teUar. (M fcaraa
power.) all necessary connection! aad pipe*
attached
1 eteamBajtaa with bo0erj?6hoi? power.
16 naStc rmwps" traassa, conaeaMoa*. supply
1 riT h
! KX,1? ^VSskS'^"-' " ""
1 JtMm *n?t*e Bfiy ll** 56 teor?*. i or* )
? P.1'*1" ?* (oar <4) bora*.
\ mmSiVltX
1 D*en*r PreM
1 "il|U? Giant" Marina and oiler. thirty (SO)
1 Bnvalope Mm hi dm mI Cmttrr fct.oagla* t?
S Payer Mills. coaoyleta
SBocard l?k Mills
Oast 11on PU?m. ?urn nutitr
Itifr G?i*m Hin
4 mm 11 i*nrdoB Frmti
1 < ?uc?lling Hi bite _
MoM BrdrattUc PnM Ton, bout S.4M foiiM
rack
MO Trtm Ootvmns, (wrovykt iroa,) <iM ytrnda
QnMtitr of Old Caat Iron Ptyea
VUkniltr if foray Iroa
75 cMlf Kotio
lieukillcni ^
17 tUrr?? ar d 4 karri li Qlaa
Qaaattty of t?da Atk
s. raffan-..Waato
Fapar. Maulai ?o the Tro?ary INHrtn>r>t
^r**a y?M fro^July l, MM. t JgaOm with
lb* 9%p?r win Nt'rM iato two differs*
t?'h^?*K2u? ?An 2*? mm4- **
l&E>rp*rtm*ut rw?r** tta rt?fct to r*?ct*11
or Mr Kwttoi of tW Mdc rMrinl.
f 11 artielM to Im iwnltttog <W*ywjftor
. . - . u. HUB,
OmniteiwUtaiwt *-7ii>ii f-^tg
}?Ti'A
V _ Wa**ij?to*. P Om jmm>??. M?
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