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V*. XXXIV. WASHING'frhN, D. G, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1869. N2. 5,0S<J.
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THE EVENING STAR, j
V1L18IUI DAILY, KxeepM4, j
4t the Star Dulldtn^,
,f, Coratr Pasiarlfasift A* and Utk ItrM. i
T TH1
fYESiSfc ITU SKWSPlPa cMfui.
Tim reran ? wva t; i&a camtt? ?* uiei
nbaenh^r# is *o? Olty ?nd Lharrct at Tn
CBvtw ru vmi Oujpi* u tfea eouttr. ?rtt<
3? wVboot wrarp?ra, Two Cmrra aa? 1
Puci a? a M AiLina ?Ttr^a month*. %ju?
l>. liar ax.d I'iftr On.*: dm mcmtha. Tbraa Dot
An; oto jr&r. Fi*? Uollarn Ho parart *?M?t
from tnc o?<* lo*r?r than paid fur.
Ta# WFhKlT ST\K- -pobli&fced on rri**
oorsJDc?Una l?cMar and i Half a Ymt
I l? -? 1
EVENING STAR |
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Washington Sews and Ooaaifu
l?>T*r^?T. n? ?5' * ?Tb? r? *ip:s 1
f rora b.? ?oar e w^Tt %-44
\ I ibt Colfax tu ia N i v \ov?
,??'era?T
Th* K*"IMHATI?.? ?-K IlAViaLriQ|X,f|iinh. '
I ? i?M cl**i k cba'K* of tta* ti v.- i.>n of J
:&? Po*lUUur U n^rtiu'-n^has u?"?tnke\>*p J.
.? 1*. > RFN.ti b?? V'. DpTjmoVir )m?mV
')rti y to t!*-** lass cl??rit .t. .* ? <iffice !>- l?ar?uv
n\ *:rr ?j U aoui nc tv'iir.'J.
I}(5C111 Sf"Tt*T >*T Blu i ? ? ' " *
? ? - ?. - .. ? bju * 'i jr."
Park r. (' oi fr ( lntlitj ililw, lef>
1&*re 4*t #T?K?nR tor Gettyabarg, *::? ,J &? '
Trz\0U'.** to-day.
On tf tii ov jriv ;n? of m-ra-y j
cruer Post Oiti res *rill be ir. som>* ~hr??*
tiwuJm!- Tpa^iac au a^j;r^a** at aO.jot 1,??AJ .n |
;tl? count y.
Stat" ukrt C '"sti:*. r. ? I'lrp /t Srlomon
?t-:r !o-ii^v a'vnr.feu "h* cocTact tor r.apply. ,
. g ib? Nny li?ptrsi*i'. -?n?l its lareaus j
wifh?*.ai.one?y tor tb* pre* ?t 11? :al r??ar.
< 19 i?. t, that Mr. Kaa nb- _ charge d'affar.-s
o. (rrr* ? in ibt* i;?. is to cp inarriec to one ot
hf dangbera oX Karon torcrolt, tb? l'r;s?ia.n
n-r is t?**
i:B*T?<KFr> T<? iH'Tv -Mr. .1 U Jttinnlch.
or 'tK? IVh cr." Jum* as A*si<aut
Najfi ,n -udriiL ol tb tJiaok Ac*ncy. Po3t
4 ^Hcr I??par'm-y.if. wa* rvsujrea ?? dury in the
j>. sitioa cu tii? following <x?y.
Tm? v>imnio tbe mail* on .wo thonsand
diree.ly under th* cbarge of me con*
Trac*. kuri^ii, Poet ? ihe Uffartmnt, were
?-*ared from ^ach termini on r arw t?rm Of
j-eteiee.
M?>n. .lor* O)' odb ba? teen selected a?
Cbatnnau ot ibe Pennsylvania Republican
Stmt*Central Ccmnii'.'.ee. and will devote tUe
?boi?>.>{ bi> time .o'be da tes of the position.
Tiie heart oarter* of the Committee will be *?raflifbed
at PhtlsJelpbia.
The Hhitb Xocsa-A 3nmt)?r of visitors
w?*? at Ji- Wh:if Ho.i-ett.- morn.nc, ihouca
bat few cf -bem baJ interv ew? wi b th? Pre~to?ut.
Jig eleven oVlock Freeideat Grant, ac MfMM
iiy Mr. Douglass his Set retary, at- I
t#nd?d :tie aunual eomroen ement of il wi*. j
i jwn 31r. l?jugla;s was educated at
A Tfci* insti'snoi
H (A v ' > ? tirT4._ln tfcp pabl'C debt Sta'Cday,
ant pub!i?h^-d in an.vber
nclud-tl reeeip.* aiuonu'.iug J
cb rtacH?U tbe Trea?or> in the
l*oi torts -eirbt bourn, brio* tk? eery jrratifv- (
.ag exhibit or a reduction of the deT during
the pa- ' month o'l si :^a and a ball million of
dollars.
H<>'\ i" Tins find th? lollj jvir.g dis.
j ?t ti lu the Kubmond .vt<i - J?nr u> ol list j
trtKii
Bv A-?Ocia!?l Pr?>s ]
M'>*k CAisiinrr Rasi- satiofp.
w a?h ii:n? ;5!i.?necr^ary Cox. of
the lB?fi?or. .uid Mr. fisher. Cjinm. slouer of
Patents. are about relieving.
Tfi KoLtowm.* Ulbrs* w*re to-dav renoini
rrua me Kitivcot be Oam:mssary ?Jea
rn>i 11 . ' wuifhc, an>i ineir pia '*t 'CpplMU
by six clerics transferred lr >m tbe Quarter'
master ?ren?-rals office and wo ne w a|?p^ln:mwt?
WiJVr l>nn?r, C W. Kranzoni, 1. M
Ke'.r. W T. l.'anwey, ?i. ?i. Mjvr.s f. K. hunt
T. >1. >loran. and J. B. Cox.
l?l?< 4AMQK IW TH* t^CARTKRM A?TEX GltNbkal'a
ti?rir??Some tim- smc? abaot
ilerks were dismissed trom tb-? Ansr'erm-ist.T
Umrnl's office. Thronrb the iu>luem-? o'
tt? Gran J Army of tbe Republic, u is sail,
that thirty of this number have been iviu-iat-U
r"*?-s.ta'iiiK the discharge of tbirty of the
t^lerfcs to givetbem positions. Th? uafoi.
tte ones bare leave oi absence to Au-usr
1st.
V r. AfTii<)niBALCKEi>wii.L has, with
(ris!i> fnergj, lu'.r jdu -.1 an en"'re new
t tt of surveillance, whit b this raor^.nE be
lay of the fiscal year went into operation
u?er e.-ery Sta:aby divisions an.i districts, em
v'?v ii ^ > ru?M>iuir ana vviy m>iu rouir
in the .acd, and bo connected that in a sfcort
of t.ine the efforts and en~rgies of two
vr -hree divisions can be combined in the suppression
of wrong doing or promoting -h-? interests
of the l?ej?ar:nient under an?emergen yKI-Qotmsor
J,. J. KlKWIlL OfW:SOOIImb.
who ba* been lor >?ver.il years a Principal
Exa.niner in ;Uf P.t-entOlPce, will depnrr train
Washington 'hi? ?l.?rno:>n to revisit m> b >me,
ear Mad -ea, in tliat Stat?; and there i< s
rumor that a proposi:lon is before b m 'oetiter
into c~w on sinews relations <n the Northw-->r.
His departure trow tbe Patent Odi -e and from
\\ a*bni*ton w.ll be generally regretted, for hn
aid and mtl --nee h?ve alway been f->r go d,
aud there are tew who b*ve kajwn him who
have not had cause to thanx bun f>r kindlv
deeds and cheering words in every time or
iroubl*'.
APTOIWT VKSTO, 1?:?*ISSALS. PROMoT!OK8
UM'IAHi IS IN THE PO?T OFri'? IJEfART
nut -A .!. Moi ley is appointed to a Jir-=?
cla*- clerkship, 'alvry "*i 2sw v year, in the
Krearut- ifllce. vi e li. i\ Page, r.-moved.
??eurge w. Weils 18 appointed to a liret class
*?l,l<iiia year clerkship in theKium'e oflii-,
*i?e J Allei', removed. Pay an I Mvicts
of S. A fcllio'. a lirst > i-?e. lerk in the tiuauce
i'So(. ire discontinued from the :>>ta Jun<i
I>t. <it-urge <?. Markham is .ippointeJ to a
sM,?<? lerk-hip in tUe Fman_-e otti ?, vice N.
A. (inr, promoted, ifcrntrd T. 8ct>?u!in is
appoin-rd srcou4 < lasa c l**rk in the 1'iaauo*
ottce a! ftl.tui a year, vice U. S. Clregory, re
mil. I. u P. Uura?Kl> i? appointed a Uurd
?la?? . lerk in tb?- Oou tract ofb ? at 1,600 per
aaaniD. vi e I. li. Ma::iugly, removed. Tb?
pay and servicaa ol Vernon l?.?rsey n? tbird
<iaa?ci?rk in <be I'maa*e ofli.e are di?c<>utinued.
Edward Heurix la appointed teinpoiary
te.-|t m ibe k ioauc? ofB. e, vica 11. 11.
Kk b^i J?on. removed Order ot Jane 15 is re
a-, ^ /I tt/ aar _? - a
? ?ftru aFFv>,1>HK * wrsji w f?ril5 /*>? ISUtU t |
Saperinteudeu'. ot the Bank Agency, vice M.uni<
D. removed. Oti the line Washington city '
ia Weid< u. V C- A. J. Kohwru is promoted
froM clerk <o Head clerk .>n <ars at *l.?tfi i>er
uti m. Wa.>lui>|E!*u <u W eld on, Wiiliam K
liuribut is appointed at f 1,3uo p*-rtunim vi e
H bei !*, proiso rd.
? ? e?# ?? ?
Whim: v a?i> W ath - A ?hjrt time iib *
it* u-v Cit; livaucili of Jacksonville, 1 Hi- '
auia. hrount' the prepare of proliibi;ionlM?, ,
*-r^ mdaccd to put ib torce (6- Maine la* ordinal,,
e ot the city, so thai snloon* w?r? dosed. 1
??.?! it store? were rortwl.leu to s?il spirrii- |
^I'Miiutii Noon aiu-rwards tbe cold wa .-r |
lotud tt necessary to *?ciire the ?*lonn !
* to enable item to carry * vote tor tae ;
e??Btiiisb enr cl wa-er worh? ib ihe ctty. Toe ;
Pr"htbtti?n wm% takt-n on', and the saloon * are '
in fall *?iDr. aeiliss alao witnoat paving
IweBses, a? the proprietors Were obliged M do !
be:ore
VA lonehaadiad axtiat ib Saaduaky bancs
m.f m I fv? k- . J
-? - ? ?- i? pifptrra to do w?i?wtrbiLi
in all oulor*.
S" According w si. Loota papers "wrtnl
joaiig bwnmeaa ??# ot bi|b mftfcti^UtT"
k?<* |omed a '|*nm ciai. at Tom Allan'*
nelooe.
Vfaliiorr .a compiais of ma permeation*
to wLi ti 'he Chinamen in that Sent*
ai- subjected By i aiiva American*
a/-Ou ward-?)ppoat*l?B-to - Pre?bvtarlanl?in
Ha'cbmfon ia the pi hy aasaa ! the aon of a
k baid- t*'!' Mn.onn tfapUat.
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T?i Frauo DtHT S>>TATB*KirT.?Th ol:<
w. idk ?a 'b* rfcapitulation of ibe tavramt of
lb* j a?bt of '.h?? T7nii>?dSfcif?'? July 1,
is-M'.ei ucm :te Treasure a 3 o'clock tb:s ausrnoon
Ivbt -??r:ri Intertat in coia,Ti/
l?' nJs ?t A per cent, isciwd
b* lore Slur. 8
\m .?:7.03,#*0 'X
Ron Is ? 5 prct i 10 40'*?
t*anel andcr act of
March 3 1?*4 mj67.?MM
Bvitda o! 1S31 a! < par
c ?B? - 00
t-:* Boa )a at 6 par
cent i.eoj.ea sv> o<i
' ->! -J) <K)
Debt int^r- !
*??in laafolsioney, i
T* 7.
? -Ml 3 ?r cent.
i*:e: ?: 93S.129.0tM 90
N?vr pension find. J
H<r i ut. int>Te?t...... <OU,000 '0
vttJ tti
T ' : l???ria? no Int
f-nr, vis.
f<- < ???1 c.nd legal tender
tt<tf !>
'(?HI ?D(] frtclK" ^
(n" nr?. .sTPS^J? 73
O rtflntitof
i o jit* t) (a S0,?SJ ?W 0?
; <W/.(M,4JJ 73
D*Mon?h<eb iat?rMtbM ccmmI
is maturity 5,0tt.SH
Tot a" <lebt- Principal r?t?t?ti-liae. ?2,137,7ji 9U 37
l? *. ru?Ml, ^4J *0.4?3 79.
S>n?ni?att ?' Intercut p ud In
<Iv?n-e, 81,122 \e'J ?7,44t 119 7 ?
T?t?l 4?bt- Principal ?n?t ibterett 2 44f l<? J '< lti
Amount In Tre;n iry?
Or.n bel?n#tc.g to G?> i
?i toieut ... 73 713.07: 61
I I?!d. fnrtrr.i^ki?rtilt
calea of d?paalt ?re
f-nUtv.il i? *> 4#?J?0 AO
I <'wr?icT 9,067 8li SJ
9*ukl?afaa<t ia'-oada
tearing crin 1nt?ra?t
a-? accrcad Intrreat
I buraca - S S J,tS2 ?>7
I.v6 1<?7.M1 SS
Aaionot of labile debt.laaa Mib
aad (iaklvK faa4 la Treaaary ;,48:> OOi.iSJ .J
AiucuB*.'f public d?M, leaeeath
and ><Dklacfand taTr aanry, oa
the lat uitftao ? 1J06.41! ?.1 11
l<wr?a?# of anbllc dabt dnrtat tlia
pwf atontb )? 410 m j*
Dccraaae lacaMareh l. is;? *>,4?n;?4J
Tbe statement of bonds imsurd to tbe Union
Pacific Railroad Company and branches, in.
term parable in lavfnl money, show totals as
follows : Amount outstanding, &V,6>..Mn; intTMt
served Md not ret paM. % I, >?.?. 4t;o 44;
interest paid by United St.ite*, ?.J, Jln,U5.J.Z'i; int?re?t
repaid by transportation of mails, A c.,
balancn of interest paid by Initeil
Mates, *I,>0,H13 9ft.
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1IIC IXIOI PACIFIC RAILROAD.
L'ttrr from leinuii*?i?u?r Morris.
He Rrplie? to Jndtr Caton and Iterate
While.
\V A?hi N"TOir, July 1, 1 ">?>!?.
udw John /?. Caton, Sir 1 find m tbf Star
of tbi? city tbo following dt*patcb whii ii i<
tuia.' tbo ioub Is of tbo pap?rx
Jnu? Ca on and Horaoe Wtii'e. ot Illinois.
mm d a dmpatcb from Salt I^ake, under date Of
.1 Wt?, prouor n 'lDg c nnraissioner Morris *
T-p> rt m all particulars a pi>o? of unmitixatfd
n>'b eiite." and declaring tbe road-to be the
h?at constructed. considering its newness,
ere* huilt in ibis country "
W> IL .Tud?e, this wi'l do f;>r yon. and as you
are tbe ie?ponstbl? man, to you I will reply.
You wi-ut over tbe road tor at pleasure trip?
I to examine it.
Yosr telegram is dated tbe*'.:b June, at Salt
I ake. My report was not published anywhere
t.vfil Cat a', n i <nf n'-rr^-r than I <il?>
?,7 . : > -u / All yon could ba\c kuowa about
i'. if any tiling, wa- sone preiuduial telegraph,
-eir hy .in interested pirty. Sacb party came
,K?J ,.ta> ~U ? ?.... m ~ *r
" iU|.i ' J LV. SULU OCL.UUUI >fllL Ull
to forestall public op-mou, in advance
ot i's appearance, ?bii<?-c vr*ms you ?tjod at
tbe other end to ecbo bars tbe sentiment. If
you wer- not a stitianM witn?*^ bow did it
happen yea were so soon bunted up and
i brought into court ? You say my - report is
unmitigated nousense in all p-irt.cv'ar*, jos'
ap'boUgb von bad read it, when in fact you
bad not. and did not lenow what It contained.
Was it '-unmitigated nonsense'* to aay the
rosd nas pin* ties, is dot ballasted, is without
- 'be proper buildings: tbat sandstone is used
for abetmen's and pier-: tbat streams are
crossed on treftle-work: tbat tbe tunnels are
single instead of double track: tbat tbe road
; bed at tbe rrrtde line is not a uniform width ot
i 1* feet: and that It Is right tbe Government
| s-tjr old he secured in the twenty.eight millions
! 1' 'o.n-ii to tbe company to complete it, ia
bonO?? And y?>. to? proper officer of the o.>mpwr
b? aieu affidavit* *bat it was completed.
Yea, yeetfjyon this is "unmitigated nonsense.''
Hut you say, Judge, it Is a gjod road for its
- newness! * Here you put id the old, wornout
plea ' It yon Know anything about the
i mailer. VOU know the law ridiniit* of nn mnrh
I plea?tnat it require? a liist-claas railroad,''
! "in all resp?cta,': to be constructed before tne
| tonii* are paid General Warren and Mr
! Wifeon repart ittat lour of the sections jmt ,
> examined require the expenditure of *.Uo.4".u to
f.Mi.l-t- :>.'n?' A raon h or so ago General
Warren reported It would rejoin- #t?,7?lf?lo to
complete the Union, and to complete
the Central Pa idc lload.
To en?nre thi* completion, tne Central Pa|
cillc K ulroad Company Honorably and promptly
put up ttte tecuri'ies required by the re>o!
lotion ot Congress pa-?i*d ou tttf l'ita ot April
| la?t.
Tbe ( nion Pacific K*ilroa<i jmoinv has
nut pui up :i dollar of alarum requir*J bv
?aid resolution, as will appear by the tollowii)x
*'a'ein?nt. turniatied me to-day by the
proper officer of the Treasury Department:
Triamt.v IXi abtmknt, July 1, l'-'W.?
U-.n y. Mmnit ?No boada haTe been depo-ited
in this Department by the Union Pacific
railroad since t&e passage ot the resolution
by Congress April to, requiring toe
I niob and Central road-to deposit their flr^t
nicrtg.ige bonds as security lor the completion
of their respective read*.
J so. P. HIOELOW.
Where 1* the money to coine irom to complete
tbe road i?on the ba>is of <;?n*ril War
ren'* ?-timateof seven millions nt tlollar* tr.
round dudih r?. Will yon tell us, Judge! and
will you if 11 us v. b?tlier thu looks like keeping
g<>odl:tit& with thetJoyernmeu? on tbe part
o! tbe con> pa n v
All of ibis 1 supposi' you also r*i-ird as
ni.miugat?-u nonseuse,'*?au>thine that do?*s
cot propose to ea^-riS'-c tbe inter<^t of tn*
people, and tax tbem for the benefit of a tu:
monopoly is a.--orcling 'o your theory, "unmitigated
n on sens*." Tl?a law em bra ceil in
my report, the figun-s 1 obtained otiiciallv
from the Departments, are all "unmitigated
nonsense" to tbe minds of John I? Caton and ,
otber votaries of the road, who te?d upon its
beauty, aad *hw? hostility I expeo'.ed to enconiiier
if i dared to tell the tratb?all mast
Warily be false in tbeir estimation, but
they cannot change facts and figures. Ah!
ye*. Ah! yes. Tbe peopla will settle to*
<{u?stiou between us in tbe end.
Yon are amilliouaire now. J adgeyou made
your money out of telegraphs sad railroads.
and wonbip at io sbrliw)>it Utnot. When
on tbe hencb of our Stat* it wm notorious that
no individual stood an equal cbanc*of ot>>
taining justice at yonr bands, If opposed by a
railroad or telegraph company You are an
Interested wi'ne?* Judge, and i*atitled very
willingly. 1 adviaoyou to ? *? exchanging
yonr evidence tor :i free ride, a good dinner
:t?d a tew bottles of champagne??o tallc aboat
:bat uf w biob you kaow ?omething,?try aud
t-t* it >ou tan not make yourself less ridn-uloiis,
?y attending to your own busing*?go hom?? ?
fet jon a liibleand prayerfnlly stndv 'he nuitk
. ommandmeitt. Isaac N. Morbis.
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WT\efl D*vis is to Summer in Canada.
MTThe Parisian *ubscri|?!i?n to purchase
Jeff. !>avis a tiou-e amouu;ed to
S^Ttie most co??et'iil no* elty of the aaaaon
i* the .. r.t. fe* or poaf bat, ?tsdded so closely
wi'h iic wt*r? that the traine Is conceited.
/"A New Workpaper laments tb?* romple.
Mob ol 'b* Pacific railway, because it baa facilitated
ib# importation of tie crackers.
ttr A coou'ry newspaper states tbat a young
lad v at an amateur concert woo a wetl<Je*er*?d
encore by i&?* exquisite taste with which cue
tacr "An Augers Whiaker."
WCom Qtt, wbo was married to M.?s
Minnie VTarrtn ou Tburxi&y last, at W?*t
Haven, Conn , is bow en route tor Sara'o/a.
where h<? will spend a portion ol hi* tua-y- .
moon.
IVPet'lcoat influence is supreme in Paris.
The red Ask parade la the ?4.uartier BtllevHle,
durmc bf election riota. was a red criaotiue
mounted on & broom. Pits hundred thontaud
p*opl? flocked in tbe treat* to m? it. Stach is
the power of criaoline.
VMm Hebecea Cox, of Amite aonnty.
Him , who graduated in June, lHtii, returned
home is Juuvy, ihK, and with tt? a?etema< <
ot aa old aeiroaiid hi* two daugtrer* tlflrai
Btt*ea bu cured dolUr? on a (arm.
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THE PBESIDEMTIM. VISIT TO BALTIMORE.
What he Saw aal Dlil-*p"rh ( Mr. Garrett?Reply
el ibf Prf?idf*l-Th? Trl|?
daw* the B?y?and ImldmUSatatea.
[Oar special IteporM
Asvra* s*ated'.n our cpe?ial di-pV-has ye?.
| t*rduy, Pr?si>>MU Gran: paid a visit to tL>!
Blouat Clare Wailca and other ov interest
aboa*. Bai'iaor*. Tb?? President accepted
the invitation to pay the visit to Baltimore some
days as% and every arrangement was mad* I
very quietly, tliere being i.ui tew person*- who i
were aware that the President was tj leave j
Washington uatil after bis departure. The
special cars were sat' dov.non tlie pr.?\ .oub
evening, and tho Train having been coapled up.
.u? ?V| proiuiciy oecoratea . :'n tb n*- !
tioual flag. was t'tached, and after the pirty, 1
wbicb iu.iud>il Gen. Horace Porter. tbe pri- |
vatesecretary to*tn? President, bad take.i sears,
I'apt. Kian?. tfce conductor. gave tie e.gnal '
fl?e ergiaeej tj.. i..ua iu a tew moments 'iie
train was umWfull headway. Tbe President {
during the ride ocrupied t>ie ivar car, (Pre-ldeut
tJarreU's.) smoking quietly, and euj >?iug
tbe r.de and the comersatioa of oihers of th-?
party. At Annapolis Junction speed wis |
slackened 'o tbrow off telegrams and aI?o a'. I
the Relay House, aad had titers beea no si vk. j
mg, the "time from tbe depot bere to Maun:
Clare coald bave l-eeu easily made in on-*
bour, but as it was, tbe ti.ne required wa* bui
a few miuutee over an hour
On entering Mount Clare, the various sbr?pwere
found to he gaily decorated with flags
and str? &mer?, aud tbe workmen, drawn up 111
lir.es, chtered lustily & tbe party de*ceuded
from the cara and were received by Mr. (Jarretr.
tbe President of the road; Mr. A. J. Kairbii>k,
the Aeenr at Mount Clare-. Me?sr* John
I.. Thomas. Colla tor of th* Port; Jobn I.
Chapman. Naval Officer; (leneral Brook. of
Fort Mclleury: K. Falton. Surv.-yor ef thn
Port: Galloway Ones ton, William M.'kim. J.
Spear Mchola*. Il??nry M Wartteld, Francis
Burns. A. A Chapman, Jobn <J. Medinger.
Jobn Gregg, TboMv Al Smitn. :tnd Stmuei
K. George. Directors ot the Baltimore and Ohio
Kailroad: Alexander Krwla, I'resid.-nt ot the
Abbott Iron Work;-: C li. Latrob*, .J. 11- B
Larobe. General H. O- lJUrot>?*. H. i?. L.jrd,
President of the lnd.auapolis Cincinnati and
I^afayetie Kailroad?tli? road recently iei??d
by tbe Baltimore and Ohio Oamptny, in order
to perfect its nuriUWHstero connections; Wm.
P. Smitb. and a number of oilier railroad officials,
in< lading K Potts, Ksq., se? retary to Mr
Garreit, as aUo prominent citizens ot llaltimore.
A number ot tbe heavy freight enzine
weie on'he trn ks ??ai U decorated with flag"
and evergreens, and as tbe party entered tbe
enclosnre thn bolls were run* Mr. tiarrett
escortcd tbe 1're-ident. and tbe ctber <**utle?
men of tbe party being taken in charge ?>y
other officers and dirrctor* of tb<* road, tbe inspection
was immediately commenced. Toe
rolling-mill and blacksmith sbop was first
visited, and tbe workmen at the flu.v foig>*?
were found ac'nely engaged, whil* tbe pro.ess
of rolling was witDe*??d with iuteres:,
Mr. Davis, tbe master ot michinnv. ?niiin.
iug tbe different processes.
l.a:j;e maase* of metal In incredible sbor*
time were run through the rollers and aoan a'
I a reti teat were made into rods of less than an
I mcb in diameter and fre^n^nt ly when an end
metanobstiu t bey would r ^glt"' r ?uml
iu cio-e proxuuit>( to ibe spectator*, cnuiint :t
tjei.eial stampede to get out of tbe way of tbmonster.
Una of tbe Baltimore pre** g?ng,
from a gyrating rod. received tbe brand of tb?
B. 4. O. K. K. on bis clotbe*, and came near
geUmg it on bis bide. Iu tbis department the
irei wo:kiDK at tbe trip bami:iers gave from
these ponderous tools each a salute of 21 blow-,
sounding like tbe report* ot a field piece, made
by tarowing w?'?r on tbe hot iran
before the stroke of the hammer
Tbe machine sbop, pat'ern sbop foundry, tool
khop, car works, repair aheps, were each in
turn ? tai a > . _ k K ? ? w > " - ? * *
vuiu Moivru, ?iti4 me jruriai airaH^ciDfni OI
be whole grounds carefully noted. :ind it wis
explained ibat owing to tne use of tabor.sa- nig
machinery tu? hands under tbe >u^riLi**ndence
of Mr. I)aTis now numbering abou
l,4oii. to pay whom it requires over ^;o,oki per
month, that twice the amount of work is done
tbat was done ten years ago with the same
number of hando, and also that besides keeping
up tbe repair-, two of the mammoth tenwheeled
camel-bat-It engines are turned on'
ea> h montb, aud thirteen coal car* capaity
eleven tons each) per wetk. There art* now
ix new first class passenger care in tbe course
ol construction tor the New York aud Washmgton
through line, which will be soon re>dv.
and the machinery for a mammoth roilmg-miii,
to be located at Cumberland, tbe capacity oi
wbich will be one hundred tons of rails pel
day, is beta* constructed.
Alter passing tbrougn the various departnents.
the company were escorted to tbe office
Af fha V??lar r+4 MUnhin*r? *?" * -
- ? ? i ?ji ??""i ? iskiiue
?pell, were invited into the draughtsmen s
room. handpomel y decorated, in which a bouniwu<
collation was spread, and ou taking seats.
Mr. Oarrett spoke ai follows
Gentlemen It is well known tbat ou occasiups
ol ibis charac'er tbe American habit of
"making addresses" i?, in tbe opiniou of our
cbiel (unt, "more honored in iba breach (ban
m the observance." 1 feel assured, however,
tbat 1 will he pardoned wben 1 state, very
brieily, on bebalt ot the Baltimore atid Ohio
Hailroad Company and ot our fellow citiz-ns
generally, tbe nigb appreciation of tbe bonor
ot this visit of inspection on tbe nan of onr
illustrious President and distinguished representatives
who accompany him.
The interest exhibited bv onr disiingaitbed
guest* in an inspection of the extensive work*
of the railroad company, tbeir appreciation ot
tbe varied, eflecti ve, and powertul machinery,
under tbe charge ot most skillful workmen, by
Wbicb tbe locomotive, tbe cars, tbe bridge?,
| and other material aud works ot the company
are manaiactured and constructed, is moM
gratifying to all interacted lu the pro^cres* ot
met-btuiic* aud ot oar community.
Allow mefartbei to express oar great ?ati*.
taction that ha, accompanied by bis ans^o iau-s
in the (iovernmem. demgns, also, to participate
practically in the examination ot the great
Kteam*iiip piers and perfected arrangement*
tor a great commerce 111 the harbor of Baltimore,
and to make a short voyage on one of
tbe splendid steamsbips of the Baltimore and
Bremen line, which sails this day.
Such a signal manifestation of appreciatian
of the great enterprise which has been recently
established in the interest of the commerce of
the Middle S'atee, and of tbe great West, U
I also felt to be of peculiar moment.
1 muit be permitted to *ay timber that all
unite in tendering to him and to the eminent
gentlement who accompany bim, a most bean v
ana cordial welcome.
The President was greeted with beartr applause,
and modem r remarked:
"Mr. Presiden' 1 thank you for your very
cordial reoep'ion."
The edibiea having been disposed of. the
party re embarked on the train, and Ctpt.
Biait landed them safely nader the covered
wharves at JLocia>t Polar, where Mr. L. P.
Be bier is in charge, a few feet only from the
steamer Baltimore. On the way round tbe
souto tide of the city, the gay decorations of
the engines attracted notice, and at various
places along the line the train was caeered,
the bands from the hrickyarda turning out en
nuuwe dad cheering. At Lecust Point there
was a large crowd of persons assembled, and
tbe president was cheered lustily. A tew
policeman opeoN a pasaage way in die crowd
through which the pai ty passed, the President
ana Mr. Qarrett takiOK the lead. Oapt. Vocke
lev received the distinguished party at the rang
plank aad escorted them to the quarter deck,
where Admirai Porter having came up from
Aaaapolie on the Mercery bad anticipated
then. Mr. Albert Shamacher, the agent of the
North Ortman Emigration Society; c*overnor
Bo wie, Ex -Senator Pincfcaey White, of Maryiaad,Mayor
Banks, of Hallux:ere. (leu. Bowermaa,
S. 31. Sboeaaaker, aad quite a company
of ladies were oa hoard, aad soon every one
seemed to he at home. A hasty inspection was
tkA >ri?? !<<Ant ? va
pi *?H mj IUO A ICOIVBWWV HIS UAVVU9I IC
?terv? wbicb U?* cose a boat a <ioar'*r
of atlbkm of doltara, aid it vu ?
Iilainrd mat tbla wbnrf la tbn connecting
ink Mt?m tki Old World and tbe Pacific,
as piwciitn and freight may niHrk a* !! *
men, and arriving tiara taka a aeat in the ctira
on the w barf, and without cbaage ot ear*, so
to alnwetaay paint in tbe country Tto party
carefully exaaiinad iha accommodations of tbe
afeip under tfca guidance of tba pol.ee olBora
of tbe TPaael. Am one others on board is Mr.
Prank Sin peon, who goas to Eugiaad on a
I two m on tba leave of abeence, expecting to rwtnm
if poeaible better looking aad in Ha pro v?nl
bealtb. Tbe Krrnua staamer, Oapt. Hnnter,
waa oat in tba ?Ua*w, Rally decorated, am alao
tbe naaraer Virginia aad tbe ioe boat Obasa.
peake, and Admiral Porter *a ataaaiar Bfarcary.
At two 'mock im imii ?m pnu una tne
liaea bcicc cast loose, ttoe Baltimore smoothly
elided oat ttaai the wharf, the tact beta* *> ouerd
hy the Irim of a gaa, while a aala'e
wm tired treat the tteveaoe steamer and one
also from Fort UTr Weary. w tie re the kaad wu
oa the jrdaad pUjlnc "Hail to the Ukiet," and
the -Star SpaagM Ba?aer,"'as the boat p\??md.
Durtaff the trip dowa the hay ???U a atorm
rote, witch, tat $ lime, drove amy Mow
deck far shelter; hat vary eooa the ikies he
caaae clear, and all saemed to emoy tbemselree.
About j o'cloct, tbe steamer ban ox r-a b??<l
TboBiis' Point, bu: a tew mile* norm of Annapolis,
prepasations were made for t'ie de
larknuou of tb? f nest*, and tbe revenn* s'.evn r
and Obesap?a ke -having came atone side,
wh bad a fblf complement on board, and Admiral
Porter, laving taken leave of the Pre?ident,
left on tbe Mercnry for Annapolis.
Mutual good Visbes were expressed bj tb?
oflirera and passengers of tb? Baltimore and
ine company, ana as m? vessels parted ctiwr
after cfceer vr?re given and bandkarchiat*
wm\ed. On tte Cheaapeake, Superintendent
I.andis did bit best to accommodate the par?y,
and, atf hooch (fee boat was not cons'ructed for
pa<??ncera. h* succeeded admirably in making
comfortable, ana extended hi> hospttali'y.
The Chesapenkcat riTed at I,ocnst Point at 7 40,
aud. alter a general leave-taking, the Wa*i?>.n*?
t"?i? pessenrera ?x>k the train and arrived here
sb.-ir.'ly alter 11 o'clock, stopping at the Relay
Hcuse. Tlie P egident remarked that it was
one of the .no t pleasant days of bis official
career, for b ? ("id no: been approached by a
suurle <P''.?Ti i ?.-*v:ytn for an ofliae.
NEW YORK AND PARIS FASHIONS FOR JULY
New Yark in Summer?The March ef Dry
<Jamis? ft radv Made CUtkinj f<r Ladieo- I
IV hat it I'Actc^Tll# Cabi* At ftla* ftliiet I
?w Camhrir Morning
Drrurt, etc., rlr.
fKrom onr Fashion Correspondent.]
Ni? York, J hop. 1-H9.?June is one of the
plea>autest mouths in the year in New York
city, but not so .luiy. by thai time (lie heat ba->
penetrated the t>rick walls and stone pare*
mjni-. it lies and wait* for you round the
corn> r?. and is thrown back upon you pitilessly
Irom white marble Iron's whose owners are
revelling in tbe grass and shade of some
country bou*e. while the hermetically -aaled
doors and window* of tbatown mansion trowu
down upon luckles.- people who must stay and
ke?p their company.
mm cornea toe noisy frigbttnl Fourth ot
July ! for wbicb of all oar national sins wn.Kourtb
ot .Inly invented ? Surely, which ever
it may have beeu ine punishment bas been
severe enough. Let us have peace. No New
Yorker, bowever, who can ret out. stays in tbe
city on tbe Fourth of July, on tbe third if not
sooner, he paclca bis carpet bag, and she ber
trunk, aud together or separate they till, not to
say jam every boar, oar, carriage or conveya
11 re 01 any kicd that can carry them away
trotn the dreaded scene ot hent and tumult.
I.ike the seventeen-y?-ar locusts, they serarm
over every village and cosy couutry nojk.
and like ihe locusts, also, eat up every green
tbmc- C'ity visitor* are generally dreaded by
country couslne. and r.ot without" rea?on. VFh<>
would imagine that the delicate appetite, which
trifles daintily over iu tbin waist and one agg
at liuine, could ?-ularge to aucb dimensions
abroad ' Hut so it is. and even the 12 o clock
dinner, wbicb bad been considered a barbar'i?m.
b?-t otnes an tn*utntiou perlec'ly ftiimirable,
witb the eingle drkv.-back tbat it is not
r peated till tne next clay.
The fact i?, every inhabitant of a treat city
bi* (iiMra- of the country, picked up principally
from the columns of weekly story paper*,
or agricultural or horticultural novel?, la
wiiuo eating farms the main ol>|e aud occupation
of exThe country, to the imac
native ?tory writer, is an enonnons pantry,
tilled wrh home-made pies, corn-fed chickens,
di.shts of cream, pitchers ot creamy milk, stacks
ot new-laid and baskets ot fresh picked
berries and vegetable*, which figure at every
meal, and when the New Yorker goes into the
country .ind the coin-fed chickens aud fresh
egf* don't appear, or oaly at remote intervals
and in inltiii.etimal ?iu*u'ities, he rushes at
them voraciously, causes ihem to disappear
nil disgusting rapidity, and possibly, after
ail< announces tot* couviction that the country
is a r-windie acd a fraud.
> I ' \0".t 'iV tVXtUlK
In an artistic jvj ntol v??w ISew Voik has very
ic.y :iuraciioc> auuDL. >1* montu ot July and
Augu?t. Klor.i N FIimwyand b??r compeer*
ar?* <l< ing" tbe tprnigs, or the -mountain,"
or ib*'-Uke!-, ' or n tall*."' orpo?albly camping
out lor a somewlier# intuo Adirondack?.
ih? ir sillt*, and mn?lins, and la> es and
rt runty Fr??ncb-b?>el?d kids ex? handed lor
tbu k-soled boo;?. a rough-and-ready -ur ana
h vi? r-prcHjr.
Well, we mi? Flora, she is graceful, ill*
looks pie ty, \n bether the is or not. and she
magnificently ignores all' tbote penny calculation*
which < omw so constantly between plain,
sensible, prac'ical women and tbeir wishes:
and this brings m? to one of tb- attractions tha>
.New York has tor tbese same practical women
at tbis *ea?on ot the year.
Tbe great palace-like stores are open more
lor tbe act. om inodatiou of cu?torn. Clerksbans
listlessly about; goods are marked down, and
what was not so desirable a tew weeks ainc<>,
when it was tre?h and new. can be bad almost
tor a aong. Now is tbe ttme tor aconomical
housekeepers and mothers of large families <o
porcbaw, and not a few whose requirement*
are large and pur?es small take advantage ot
tbe opportunity, gladly facriti-ing tbe exaction
ot ta^bion to tbe mora imperative demands
ot a turn necessity.
THE MAECU ri'WABO
Kit tier tbe march of dry goods i? differen*
from tbe man h of empires, or tbe peculiar
topography of New York c ity bas made a
departure liom tbe natural law set down in
such t aees possible. At any rate, while fashion
doer to tbe westward steadily incline, dry good*
progie?? just as steadily northward.
Per-ons who knew New Voru before the
war, and were accustomed to do their shopping
in one or other of the little stores (comparatively
> scattered all the way up lrom Chainter
ctieet to l nion Square, would oe quite at a loss
now to liud their old landmarks, ana thoroughly
bewildered among !he imposing buildings
clustered between Tenth and Twentie b
streets, to And one where a modest requiretnen'
would be politely attended to. The anstocra. y
and pretension*,'however, are more in appear,
ance than reality; the poor woman can buy her
calico dress ?liesper here than in a little stor?
on Orknd itrwi nr t >?hih < v?nn? -
? ?- ? - >?muc>| uuu i ur
attendant*, with a few unworthy exception;-,
are polite and patient.
THE XOJMJ or THI KK1BT*.
But it wa5 not >0 mock of their *iue, and tli?*
politene*- of tbe a::endance that 1 wish to
?peak, as tbe new feature which tbe interior*
exhibit. Tbe principal oue of these is tbe
making up department for ladies and cbildreu.
A few year* ago only three or four principal
houses paid .tny attention to tbe making
up of clothing for women and children, and
with iheca it wa? an expeasive speciality,
which made no provision, and afforded no occommodatloB,
tor tbe want of tbe great middle
claes, who are the chief supporters of all iadustries.
Tbe g%rraent* ottered consisted ot
baby cloak?.and articles of bahy'a underclothing,
made up in the most costly style, dressing
wrappers, or trobet <lr. ckamhre, being the only
addition, in tbe shape of drtssea, to tbe
stock. Wcddiag trousseau, or sammer outfits,
were sometimes ordered, in whicb dresses
wit included: but oaly under pecaliar circansiancet,
or by very wealthy people, the coat
l^inr ^nnrmnmlv i n irfrinu ?r >?- ?? ??
|/1K? IUT
which the article can be made at home.
With tki improvement* la sewing machine-,
the commoa, aim sat universal nee, and the
coaNquiot cheapaeesof labor, ii his gradually
dawned apon the mind* of womea that bo
reason la tW world existed why they ho a Id
not be able to bay clothing ready.made as
cheaply aud aa taisfaetory as that or men. The
objection that a mora exact fit la reqaired doee
not bold with regard to the modern walking
sait?, or gored huase dresses. ' What fits one
flu all," with the difference that the ihgular
graduatluas 1a else s fiord, white the argamen t
is all la lavor of much better style aad design
than is generally obtained at home.
Suits of whit* Victoria lawa, haad*omely
raffled, are fi'JJt Pretty salts of datted lawn,
with pattei a borders pat oa as raHliag, three
and two with a beading, were only fit, not
more than the price of maJbag at aay city
dressmaker*.
Ci nr*i4 mnflinr wnnMn nt
trimmed wttfa a narrow'border) of, eilictied on.
an #340 and %*, u< the same st/ia ia cimbrtc
and parcHa, K.
Trained white akuru of excellent qaalitr,
wall made, aad haadeomaiy rattled, are ?5 so,
and cored white aJurte with a wide hem aad
even aarrow tucka, to wear with waihlne
dreeeae, f 1M aad
Theeeare well cat, ahapad, aad mate la the
beat poeelhle maaaer, so that it m a comfort to
wear ttara, aad If they have not tne fiaaneas
ron? of tha botch, ill.caitioir, which oflMrdia*
fiknrea bom* mada production*.
TUB BCOaOVICAL FOIST OF VIBW.
Probably tba prian |im low m tbay nw
to ptnon MoiiUMMd to tba lai? t axtrarat?t
rataa u4 to tha city coat of labor, will apr?ir
high to tboaa wboaa liallad BMW compel
ihea to do*m tknr m wnif Mthaant
restricted scale, bat than art May oiaara, who
a
are hot -icb. wbo would find pj? t?ve ecouomv
in buying ready.made garment* a* rhe-e pri' ?
instead or |?ying bicb pneed seamstress*# an 1
dressmakers and enduring tbe worry and
torment of finding ttom. directing bea
and finishing >r makingover after U?e.n. >lor?.
over, in buying garments ready-made. on* i?
more apt to limit one-sell to 'be ewct iuan??ty i
or Duni?r of auu-lea required, au i in tms wsv .
wve accumulations ard appear more uniform. '
ly m accordance wltb tbe prevailing Utsli. n.
OCMVII RBI DAI. HRWHf,
A wedding took place tbe otb?r day. be
dresses of wbicb were so kitnple. yet so prry
and novel witbal. as to deserve passing no*lc?. ,
Tbe bride's dress was of whire Swi>s rauatlu.
tbe skirt demi-trained and oo\ -red wr.b rarrow-cnmp'd
tlonncee: the low bJdy aud ehort j
sleeves were trimmed with trills to mv< b, and
tbe ornament* consisted ot girdl". necklaces,
w-rmci, and i roocb of oraaje blossoms. to- I
cether with a spray and . o.rion for tb* Mir. j
No veil was worn. The two bridesmaids o-e
dresses mad* iu precisely th- nm- s \ le. oily '
the material was while and brilliant l.gfc-- !
tarlatane, tbe two colors ?!yrm:.nt iu
tbe llounes. Tbe ornaments of t>.e tTidesmtid<
*ew like thos? ot tbe bride in every
particular, except that they were ,ompj-eJ of
lily of tbe valley Tbe trio wore their lizut
hair in a profusion of curia over a parted
cbiguon.
CAMBRIC MOItWIS'- PRI??tf
The prettiest morning dress-w tor country
we:ir a-e composed ot White t rench c-imbric
sprinkled with brilliant light green, bine or
red polka dote. They are made with two
skirts, and a small basque without lining, hnt
with a straight ' sailor ' oliar cut s.joare
a> rcss tbe front. They are tt itnuaed withbat.ds
f self-colored tmbric. one lorraiug abiudmg
n ImaK amil k?lf .? -- .*?. -V. - -
> mi < ouu a u.? i lit V> IUIU, .v IIU lue til UP I I WO
narrow-graduated bnml*. The sleeve-. ba\e
two Da8? at i b?* top, With strap; or the cambric
surmounting and ditidlug them. TUtrimmin;
caohric nuti b* th^exa. t ?Uale or
tbe dot. Patrera cambn. drease* malcc up
very nicely in ibis way, the strip* of b? nudtrskirc
being used tor trimming. >m**(im<s
straight and sometimes on tb? tii&s.
RATHIXO PRl?d*8.
There is nothing new in bathing dresses this
reason. Tbe style consists ot grey flannel
I'Onnd with bine or scarlet. and they are mvle
in the old style? loose trovers and yowed
bio lire, belted in. There are -on' insula ol
checked flannel, in brighter colors, hut they are
not considered good style. The urtee readymade
is ? (.."ft and Mi.
act ?D HAT*.
lilaek lace is the success of tbe season in
roand hats, they are very becoming, very rf?
riiitiu*. and very u-etul. They c&u also be
made to suit all pockets. In real lace with
cosily ornaments, they are b-ougbr up to |jry
and fllty dollars, in imitatiou l.i e, aud very
pretty, it less . de'-jraU<>ii?. they are
only ten or twelie.
Bla> k nr white la e, and colored < ripe arc
the materials used tor bo.iaets, which ha\e
noi yet at all enlarged tbtir Himen-im*. nor '
cau tbey so long as '. >/?? ? retain their a?cm- |
dancy.
RBAttdTM- rAOHIOKo. i
M. ? -A'..-* 1? ?
nu rnuri is dtiui: mnur. uowever. wro wn.ii
success time will >baw, t? introduce th? -1mpleand
realistic school into fa?hlou. in tbe
highest circles the aflectitioa ot French wor<1?
ulii phrase* is be?inmnc t>> be decidedly
(rowiied down. Tbe initial wardiol French
pb:a?fs used tj deuoie cei tun meaning* have
been discontinued. and tbe Mmple-t Svvon
words Fub>>tifu'ed Tbi- idea may spread
to other thing?- it nay render false haw nnd
cosmetics oonoxlou*. I'ray, however. that
American w?ui?a mi*ht dare to come bark to
truth and nature, even tbeutb they were rendered
by that mollis less cb.irming 111 tb? ryeot
liceutious men
KB\V LINKN S*TT?.
New linen ?*tts :?re !,u. ?b.<l erh fiue aill
narrow iluled rui'les, which edge ;be c >llar
and ilie wri?f. making the band look sm-ill
Tbey are very neat au<l lady-iike lookinr. aud
sell tor flfty-tive to se\ enty-flve cents per s?*it,
s ordine to location ot store wh*re :bey are
purchased.
A KA~T YOtJOi V I sSIf'H A R V.
A young lady sent to a fashionable ladies
furi.ishing bouse tbe otber day lor :? prur ol
patent spring pads," stating that ?be w.v
about to sail as a mii>aionarv to Japan, and
they would be ilnnktally received as a cou
tribution to a "(500J cause.'' A hint wa> al?o
added that if any oilier smaller articles ot
ladi<-?' toilet use could oe seat, they would h~
giatelully received, particularly a* sent .?, / ?
c hnr-i'.
Tbe lady proprietor ot the ea'ahlishmenr
thought it an immense joke, and in order to
c.irrv it out properly sent with tbe pads a
bustle, a sett of patent bair curlers, some wbi'e
and red face powder, and perturoepacket*. Tb*
youbr lady missionary did not 1we the toke. |
but returned a let er lull of tbe most dHigbted <
and tiianklul acknowledgments.
Tbis is a literal tact. Jiimi Jrxc.
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TROI BLE WITH THE FRENCH
a * ? ? ?
w< ?.tn ? AHllEi
1-<>*don, July l?Tbe paper- of tbia eit\ .
publish tbe following intelligent to-day
The following dispatch** have been received |
frtmCapt. Sb?-rard inborn. vbo is at the Mi- |
uod shore phi! ot tbe vw Prercb cable. near
Brw-t. June J) ?This morning at ? o'clock. '
Greenwich time. theGreai Eastern telegraphed
to us Wi' are going to cut ' able and buoy " I
This ba> evidently been done, tor uo sitnil* |
ba \ e paired siuce that tine. A care!uI wat< b i
is i-eine kept lor the renewal ot ftiguals. Tb I
flr?t sign ot something b?'ing wronr m tbe eje, - !
trical condition ot tbe cable occurred early this |
mar nine, hut nobbing of a definite cbaraor
until the above message reached u? We bad a ,
very long message at 1131, Greenwich time. ;
last night lrom tbe Great Eastern, at which
time tbe Mguals were reported by .Air. May to
be most perfect. 1 see no reason !or tbe?iigh:est
alarm at wbat tb?- Great I.astern is doing.
It ib evident, from tbe resistance of the intn
percba reported last night, that the slight fault
ot the ?>th was improving. Mr. May agrees
with me in thinking that tbey bave buoyed tbe
cabla id shoal water, aad are returning to remove
tbe tanlt lielav isonly inconvenience.
Tbe following has been received from S r V
Thompson
Miiox, June m.?1 ?rriv?<i h?w ""?
. ? as VUt
witfe i;apr. tisborn at noon. A telegram from
Mr. Goocb. dated at nine o'clock this morning.
Greenwich tune, awaited feint, saving they intended
to cut and buoy tbe cable. Tbi? probably
baa bean done, as no signals have com**
since then We do not know tfee reason Te?t*
bare up to A a?, Greenwich urn*. no cause
foi suspension.
FROM AKPVJIWALL.
(' leinbia Rejects tbe latererenaic Canal
Treaty ? laterecraair Railroad* ? The
laltrd State* a* Arbitrator Brtum
I bili? i hiliaa Sympatlij ?1Ui
I ii ba .
nan York, July 1.?The steamship Alaska,
from Aspiuwail on tbe Ski of Jane, haa arrived,
with *67,."?Ui in specie. She brings tbe
following news:
Tbe (^ougrets ot Columbia has adjourned,
after retaking to ratify tha treaty with the
United States for an interoceanic canal. Tbey
aUo rejected tbe proposition tor tfee same ebiect
on the part o- a British company.
Two thousand laborers are employed on the
interoceanic railroad.
Valparaiso advices of .Tm???vi ???*? *K
President, man address to th* Uoogrw*s, anliounoed
the acceptance of tbe I'ntud States as
a mediator between Chili and Spiii.
A large mewing of sympathizers with tbe
(*uNui cauee was held at Lima on theSuta uf
May. at wbich resolutions were adopted asklag
tbe Peruvian Government u? take a monitor
to tbe Ou liana.
The vellow fever is rapidly disappearing
from Pern.
Tbe I 'nlted States Minister to Haii\m ?rri
at Lama oa the wfc ol Jose.
The Costa Kican Uoagree* ku confirmed tue
contract vHban Americaa ooapaay lor Mtaiuk
t railroad from Lamoa, oa tko Atlantic, to
ibe (iulf of Tommob, oa the Pacific couu Tbe
agents of the cjmpany are putcsprt on me
Alaska.
FATAL EXPLOSION OF A POWDER
MILL.
Wilmibotof, 1)11, Jnljr I ?An explosion
took place at Dupont's powder works this
raorniar about naif-past alae o'clock. Two
men, named Mai lor aad Peter Mamie, were
killed. The damage to t*e property wae aoc
large.
P'Miss Ldiib Sea lord. of the Surrey Theatre,
London, ia of tbe salamander ecbox of
art. for she promises at her tortheoiwii?? "
to rid. (kronen fligmwi tftoat a?ddl? or br.dle.
I.TS.VT5 ?S?rSJSS t
apport tlie Go \ em men r, " to ?ppNgMitT Of
??op|H>MU?, 4/ irt ntonMn, 3i r?vol uties
TELEGRAMS TO THE STAR.
TfeU men mi's Msfitctit,
GETTYSBURG.
Six YI'.AIJS AfSO.
THE CELEBRATION TO-DAY.
m
DEDICATION OF THE MONUMENT.
THE CEBKMOMKS.
THE ADDRESS OFJtoOKDR W3RT0*.
TBE HOHMEJT IMEILEII.
AIIOUKNS K\ UNKUH. MKUIK.
m
t'ncK iind ln< ident*.
Special IV-patch to !'?' >'ar i
OKTTY*nrm<-, July i. i- :<?.? h .J^bn /?.
Haw I ma. Jvvivtary ol W?. H*u. Ely S l'*tv?r,
i'omm.>;ioDrr of lud.au A?t*ii?, M*?k.
Mown and 'be delegation oi tbe Wa*fcinjr ou
City Councils, consi?tinr ot Aldermen .> >
Hakrr. I). M l?ivi?. vv, H. Cfexse tua A. I*,
i'lftrlce. t'oum lmeu A. I*. I'ardoi. J. V
W< kiiijcb'. tieorse W. Ha'ton ai d .1 m-- !l.
Holme?, Captain 1' C. Weaver. A?-e*sjr.
foimntlT of thi? Si\T*? ITirn? *. ? ?
poudeut left Wasbuicuu at '2 1} ye?*ei<4ay. in
a apecial car nt'aca<d ?o thai ram. Mavoi
WM a .. rai'ftot d by ltir<n. a
aieter of Mm.Howen. Aldemwu Mojre nuJ ?;.nery
an<l Couacilnau \Vu -ble, tie oth-?r members
of ibe delegates. were i're\.n:ed from a company
log tbe party. ol accjunt of pnvat*
engagement* I |?n "ib? a-n val ot the party at
Bal'irnoie, a telegram wa? sent to'tie commrtre
having > barge ot tbe celebration at Getiy-burp.
announcing tbat tbey would xriiv* thrr*
at ? p. m., and callable qaararr* wer? prj.
\ ided tor tbe city tattier*.
THE MEDICATION
Tbe dedication or tfc- aonum^tt to inem jry
of soldiers- iu tb<? cemetery here jolt pi.-tce tui*
morning at l? o'dod, and *a? ni'm i'd by .i
large crowd ot p*r?ons from all part? of tb?,
uii'.rt among whom w - macjr di-tinruuaed
partw, and rr**a: nuiab^r 01 ladieTbe
j-roce-?ion formed shoriljr aP*r ! o'clock,
and marched to the teme.nj. l^ated abou
half a mileea-t of the village
The ruUii* muuuanr. co?ta tit<y-*bre?thousand
dollar-, nod is errcted unaer the
ilirecllou uf tbe board of commi ? ionei co ipoerdot
one persona from encti loral S?>.
Tbe Executive Committre of th? liurd are
Uav:a Wills, of 1'eun : li. H M Ciriv.
N. Y.; XV. T. Selleck, Wis , Beuj l?ford, M I .
and I M l?ni?oi*. X J , are prt-:ent.
the uoitamr.
The monument stands In tbe centre ot thampittw
aire of gro\ e? iu the Soldier- Cem ery
fin ei tbe \lllage. It is from deMgtu by J <i
Batterson. of Hartford, U.'nn , worked ou- m
iQ.ni>ti>ai Koine by Kaudol|>b ttoU<ers. 1 usuperstructure
i? st\?y lee: bigb. con?i?titigof
a massive |.ede?tal, twmy-dtt If i square at
tbe t.ase, and the die and <.ap crowued wit* a
three-quarter (lobe, oa waicb -tamis a colossal
statuejef ttieoeiius of Liberty, holding in iter
ncUt baud tb?- victor's wreatb of laurel, and
ctasptuc witli b?a jttfl a abe-ttbed s^rord. Projecunc
from tbe angles of the pedestal ate tji r .
but .re??t. supporting tbe sam* tbe nuraher of
allegorical names, representing War. li. story.
IVa-e and Plenty. war if per-oaifi-d t.r tin
American Soldier, who, restiaf from ibecou
flict?. telaies to History tbe story of h- u< le
tbe mi>uiiment con memorates, wbile Hviry.
with ??> lus and tablet. Is cbi.~e;?-<i as re, ordiuc
tbe achievements of tha Held. Pesce ia i-y re boli/?l
by a statute of tbe \iuertcau mechanic,
wub tbeajcesaoriaa ol a co(t-wDeel, bamm*i
n/l oki^l ?*? !- * * *
..U vuin-1, wuur I 1<-UIJ IV ir|>r?ruwa 0>*
female tljure, with a ttkral ot wheat and fruit*
an inMfinatic oi peace and abundance ?u the
-oldier'actouning triumph. lbr but!re?ve- on
?k: h tb>-se statuea?whr u are all coloaaat?
mri- a+ated, have the >id?? ornamented with
l.:ise-rellrt<* lu uoi-ou With the inn euih"di*d
id !h?Ha i.'. The upper <lie aud c\p ot the
n<>DunwBi arc circular, and on id* die ?? a
circle of broil** -tars made up of one ot each
State bavin* deodia the cemetery. Theiorau-* I
and plinth above the main die of the ped?-rai
are octagonal aad heavily moulded, and on tho
plinth reete an octagonal moulded baae bearing
upon iu tace the aatioual arm* in h (h re.
lief. The panel ot the mam de*. ou th- we?aide,
between the statute*, ha- engraved ?n i
: (imtiBLRK, :
: July I.*.?, :
: ! =?. :
While the corresponding parnel oil Ue,>pp,.site
Kid* has :he following troui L..neoiu'? dedicatory
nddre^a '-It ia tor ue, the Itvia?,
rather to bo Bedlcated her- to the nufiui-beu
work that they have thns far m nohiy carried
on It ic lather for a* to be here dedicva to '
the great ta?k rema'mug before us?iha' from
the^e honored dead we take iucrea*-d devotion
to the <.*au*o for which rbey here (?v? :.ie la*;
loll measure uf devotion?that me here bighlv
re?i|ve tbat the dead shall no: have died iu
vain, thai tlie nation chill under tiod. have a
new birth of freedom. and that therovernmeu!
oi iue peopn*. f?v id* p*o!>i<>. and l-?r :li? people,
bull not peri?b irom ibe *nr:b l.incolu. i
Nov . IV, IMCJ
Tbe aonum?n! itself is n^ciixi in cram** '
auil ib>* five Mattn?j> iu marble, so -ba( wb<-a
eo?plet?d it w ill bare the t:im? t*a?ra! eBeo
at the ct-O'icry in wbicb i stands.
TBirno. iMirni.
Tbe procession was composed of a large t
cum!*r oi military ami civic org*nunions j
*iih bands of music, tram tbe neigabonut
counties: d* !*-Ea<ions <>f tbeSelec- audi'>111 moi.
Council ot 1'bilitdelpbla, Um> Mayor aul d-'l'.ition
ot tbe corporate authorities of Watbiogion,
and otners.
At tbe Om'WfTi tke exercises were opened
vitk music by tbeOermaaia Bard oi Hbtladripbm,
and tinging by tke Butimore Ma -ica;
Ateocia'ion. Henry Ward B-**cber tb?-n ottered
a fervent prayer; alter whi. ti tbe Balnmoreans
taug -How sleep tbe fallen brave
(Jeaaral tieorfe Q. Msad* tbe* uuveile.i tbr
statoe, wBen a salute of Itf |nni was fired, an
original poem read by Bayard Taylor, aua 1
UoTt-rbor AUrtca delivered tbe oration
thi APi'aso* or ooTBaaoa mostox.
Governor Mortem spoke nearly two hour .
After reterriDf to the hard fought battle b<*re
of *iz years ago and the valor ot our army
under Gen. Stead*,he spoke of the cau?e? of the
rebellion brought on by the peruicioa* influence
of buman slavery wb ca was iuw
baited in the tomb, aad with tho rauflcauon
of the Fifteenth Amendment the milieu am in '
lilerty aid iswvneat vosld bsrettiM. H"
Dobbin sliquent term* of the declaration of
Republican iactitat?oos ia contrast with th?fce , 1
of other Government*, declaring the spirit ct i
liberty was oa iU onward march.
vb \ hlUBO TBB momcmbkt.
Before uaveiBng the moo assent, Gen Meade
made n brief nddrsas, in which he alluded to
the fact of having stood spea the field mi
years age to-day under very different circa Justuses
troas those now satroaading hiss. lit
paid a feeling tribute to the memory of tLoswho
had mi lea in defence of the nations:
honor, and in oqnclnsien. rsisrrsd to the fact
bw iimeere or UMMMrtK Mlvmhtrwi I
la the trenchee ta this cemetery. He haiwd
soma actios would be takea to ooftoet their remains
mod bury thorn ioce:h*r. He ukttf mo
osinffttotMirMM17. hut they weredAd |,
sow sod before their maker, and a spot ahould j ,
he selected for thea so it mlcht he kaown wh?n>
UM remains of Utetr Biscaided bn-ihm rested
The \er> ices closed atom two o'clock.
| 1
RCEXBW A*D IB< IDSKTC. | 1
A vehicle, containing the Philadelphia Oaua- I
cii dr-iefauoa. wasoTertara<doa the way Irom ]
ibe depot 10 1 bo hall last CTeniag, ser?onsly la- ,
jatin|t<Tharl?? T. Joacc and JoUn Kandereou. <
and bintatac several otben> stt?btly Tbe i
town is dea*aiy crowded, ever* hotel aad pri- | i
rate bonce being tall Tbe military orc*ni**- i
aous sra encamped on the oatekirts of Oct- , <
tjsbnrp Asoof the distiacuished person- <
here areOorUtsry, of Pena ;Oov Fair-bild. I
of Wi?.; Oo\ Baiowla. ot Mie*
- - ^?ass.-5jis52s 11
i*
i? T?tj arg r ?
Ui> u ar iviuc !*? ? - - ? ;.rrow.?t}.hg
trJ m r* 1a a^ii
at.4 ik?d?y i* txtoT\pd m? a
Hot I? ?iU ftuKri I'** rltaaii. nr???a i
at tf drO.*:.^u Nrarty our boa^tut |>?: .?
?ti* mwi>4 >* th? rUiiJ
iio??rr-- M on . M t
Foar*n mid *&? Wa?towg-.?u?*.?? .. .1 J-'i-fv. u
ftn ftiw. ?r*iti ! ". a
it'C-oa N K 11
[H\ AlWN'IATVlt PUC^l
<-. July I .>(.#
c'et:, ta: ill rjr. and m*r? *i- '?'rj
<r ..Kid mhrr Sj m ? :u* ;
'li*- raitf p?-r?on-h% I to ??k
i.igfe* Hniagri nml|r?am?i11? tvv _
ut xrout d lb* b?:(tr mi iu'.??u<i .
t-ior.*? oI tb* procrr* ut t&-* Sckt,# t*
upou >tkiifrMl by 'b- triil?-r<
Tt* mwiai'iii ; ifc? ??* ?? ft*< i
*. Itlirrd It b?- liTVx.t J u?( .m ultM i) ,
mio? wrtlW for tUe yr*-* a* ? ' * r?; i.u
? quim-^a-arjr 1'u? c* - t ib?
ina:?a b?\iuf t?< w*. i.<n of .u bar*. : *
r, ji t**n no much to \fr*\ f
riMt iru|>ortM< *iv iorv % to mark wi'ti i thr
ti-ibjib' oi tbow w :?i; la t.> &o?
DW IVni*li>.*kBd lo??!i.'ifT'?f ,
*::J > at own'Ui-liiii. 'hi Jftr-ci ft* |. . s
bav fPdMtorMlU)t? 'i>l f??ry ;i nc in tb
i m n tai? wui, d : .n ; ? *
m-?ity wfcu-fc produ .1 tb +~> it. ?n
Til* proc?*">ioii win f-?rrrv J me" I
nod -00B tl?r , t imn?ir?J :!? m*r b t?r
? -Ri'it-ry. b?a<i> J it m i ?. y ut
b# i of 11. n r*v? J .
?-t"Ort ol mpu in V. rk
? bimb*r?Mittc. mi* tron ' t. >; * >
md two from tln? t 'tn'* Th- Vk>*rft
iirmtrt K4IOWU .T. hi . 'liuc tlfnn
Uomtor M~' ' u:mi
day.) R*t. Hoerr Wur.l It. er l?r s \
ma b<?t. mi U FaT:.r?*. Taylor.
Ms?y rL. u-ai ii ut |?* >01 - w* ?
avuuud ib* Bt>ain*ht, ti?*ir * u. ti Nru t
Mjr'.i* d?li\*r*d bi* 1 ulr* .
VHWrX tvw ukt. ii 'tw >1 r? ># .?t ?
-..Id'vs*' !%' I?s\* TO*' tj*r* '.t-ilny ? <te<t4
tfua itioniimvciT toMi* :n?niiiT* f "tt? pat <t
;u<l (slltrt m*n who ?*ii tip. 1 *ki? n- U. *
<j Wtlifj; Mt lot* tar ill- (r?i: U*> m vti .?
fc?y "lb.ir a tiiMWl will *
tf.Mtd-d iPiii 'V f?<< ? of b.?' :?, mi. t? ir ?
*?iduttac tb.Hu ?'out, h?' ?. d??ir? to pr*ttii?
> y i.i*u? * i?l o?ii r?m?Biir tu * f
. . uwr. *? r .,, ? ; .. I 'J in .
it hf <nr\iviug UrTc*-* ot .* < > ?ti ?
if 'bf t. Htivc* aii t Rlrnit^ of fc.)" Mo? I
< *4. and by bi.i?iv thawwi 1 ,?f our p?>
?tl'> TtiOhf lb 111* | r?r\i '.Hi. p*n>*. Kni
|uo>i?'ri!jr ot iiu con.try. !U' w* na* ?.
i r.tvU country, 'hat v.** Uav* & Na*.u:>al i?o% r-iimrir.
'bit w* hi?? |*t * in all our
t*?ri*r? that ttoer* i* i ber'y *nd pro?*. mon I t
nil. :bat wa kjif bright it I (Ijri ?u? pro?p* vt
maitiduii ha|>p?n??c, and national (row ?
and p#w?T R> ow* 'o "h-- L;av* dim, wu.?
felt upon *tiis ?t <1 oth*r fl*l?l?. 'b#gt rwu? cr (>
m unori nod bnclit au?p <* ?i?r > J
ircumi us u-day W* ar* ia th* tall *u wrr.'-ut
ot h* pnc* lor ?bi b ?t ?i- abnd 1.
u* uicr*a-* itif grn i'uJ? of oar baar** by . u?for
a nioro*!.' a ft*' w old t?* oar coi ditioa
it ib* r*t*tlioi! h*-l notr.ph-xl V would
b*N* no sol^raa. i a: ??#*t kcuio:
lik* ibiv W * would ha\* no . oiamoa ooui
i < hv.' wii vii iimv u? na tJUli il.tg. UU ( ?
rt?u>- prci^ct* tor tb- tutuw.
H.?(1 ?b?> tKuifl *! union ' ?! b;' >* !.. b* ? on*
jhitis mo?i?<1 bi\' r?ini?i?d to pt" ? V
k nid ba\? a ?u\ *>ii.huidk i-n'-J>-r* f tti-?
uu lb* Ptcttt tuotAf' ?.?
:be uortbWMt. ?nd nn^'Uri ia ftti-i W?m?
th* ?UR|>I* U tic WC?**M>U. d.?ro?
m1 <1 tb.- uiiiai womd im?
?P'?lilv toiiewwi. and our .~*?nn:r> < ? 't *
bvpe of Uit ?oilJ, ib?- prid* i I our in: <
broken itno tioe'ilr (Tout J Usv i
beru hl.>tif?i Irom ibf ra ip. ar.d
*ord Mn r? tin* nnuoo* n? tbank % n
itibty > i?.Hi t.i-dny. Tbat w *i'N) <bn b ?ri .
bl? Ul?. YV? :? . I a- our wli > a wa* -? train %
t?iriblr arrtiir.. m.d r>- 01 -? bai b<* . all .>
W? ?? did tbo cbildrwu OS lirt' I ?b-i>
?*ar dtii* ujv>n lb* -lii>i*? of the R*l Sm, Tti-i
loo kail bHiK i poo tb? CKfttractioa trots w In >
ibay u&ck b en deiivereti.
Mr. I.iu^oli.. i-tandiug in *b;< plic?t b>?
month* alter the battle an J while ye it . or fiict
?u raginc. d>-d. it?vl b>iu>*lt to aw j} ii>trv
and to tbe > nw ot Mberty ao4 I'airx t#r
Jaiaou oi ?- br?iiv?ii at>: ward exacted fei* It;?
hut tto?* iBbpirauca ot ib? * jr?> be apo?*
m:ib|c upon o? t?-Uay. The ?r?-ai prop i??*j
b?* iirtfrrf *6?t be?n:d :ba iis'loa ?a*H. u
dar ?loil, ba\e a i??-w l>ntb of ar f
tbat lb-' iiu?frnmrii' ot tb# t.y * .r
jiruple, and tor tb?* pe^le. 'bill n ?t p?r - ?
!r.i? ue ?-artii. t? b-iBt :aiUtie4. I
hi- devotioc wi'b bu bloa t, an.: ?v r?-d t>
memory. T6* T *re who ;
bwasibf Mca* o>< ??ioi . and ?kn ti*? sin from
eaj'b. eaid *. J ?>4 M*** ?ta- I'a ? .
it i? dnirt luiu iron tb?* ? ??4 wf ?m.f m?
Tttct U> b?*eti khrd in i A- t
?oo? by tb?ar and lis'onHl to :b?ir maj>i; t
word*, air taitb w? ivn* w?ki in -he ?naiuii!?
of liberty, but imagination tailed t^etreuli inward
to Uaa KUkpictsMi* <lav The oiar ti i t
e>em* ha*- b*~n la-.ei tUau u .r iboajchta. a*.
the fruit? of victory have *lre\d\ ^
not' Miniu iif *K|>ec'x'ina*.
W bile * pay tribute uf love udrra'iMwito
the dead, let i*>: lore t *h* Hfnvm?
bToe? of the ba'tle. Tbey. to<?, off-red tti?live?,
bi t the ra.nti. e #:i- not re.|i:ire.t, 1 ?
inlimra'iot. love aud gratitude 01 The aa t
v. ill attend aa tl?*jr pa?aUow?tU# d* I \ tj
of timr u? honored cni\?? lo
ot their liv?* tfcry wall tell tto* Mar? of burg
to wolKlrr.uc TOu'b. *do w.ll i?
.lid w? vib"u car KttuUlAtUc:* u? ut
Hnnker Hill, Sara:oga, sod \ otk jwb Xan<r
ot tbrm arc ber* ta dtf u> r*-\ t?w tit <?t.. I
ik*ir ttrafcgl* acd tnunpL How pow^r: lI
Hit* o*?-iTBrt be;v>^? ?.?? *ii I Tb>4n>
cloud ?buli uirri|<rrk j tkr tioruuo ul (->
nation ? cm.?- and all ? aiigtii****. Tbe *klI'buiuuc
livbii u! bhl. I?", 'Oo. 1- gov*, '-md he.*
is nothing' to obscure our vimub ot til* r?#l.i
Thr dpad h*T* l to doat. Tbe AM <
oac^*ncuirb^r*d witb bodi?> io i ?tfM??ry wru.
hlo?j>l at* ckoitu-4 wiia Tfodu v gt.l bar*-* .
and U>-dav ail w |**a *, Vau'y. a*. I rej>cW*
f*ti uor t<j > ommrno:at* i i~mta|>U ovnnr
yy\ iatfli ..* ????. r??> > T ' ?
I Ml V V?H?i J uiru i il Uf \ 4 J-*
w? r?l#br*!f. Car !* ' ir?#rti! w, Th? cr?-.
rkBri.ifc.i b?<*n nemo*-d Vu > ,<
political L?r?-r i*# ba\* limi n . rp\:?-d Tu-?
'rial by w*g+r n*> ?** d*- ,i>>.i in fay or t
litrrxy nod I oioii. and all will aul?:?tt
-T!.# p* >pi* ot tlii* Nurtb ar.d South hay*
m#'each otta*r fact to uor ?u :.any * fv .i,
nat-' tritd Met otli*-r? wumj*, bare fow -i
'hat ih?-y are im.cb tlik* m m ?< bine hit*
iocMMdUmr mutual rf aud arr now'
|i>narH) toliv<* tot^'bT mvjrpfnit*rr:\U v tfc m
Iwlofr The Southern Nimir* are rapidly ret j Tire
{rum ib> pro*trati >n ot war. ?
wub 'h?*tr drliveran * Irora !*?? :n u
of tlayerjr. with Ihw iihoi, with It*school?,
unti nnifn'io* trow A* Xor
and trua l urofif, will ?>v>u attain a pr? -|w?rit|r
and poaer of which th*y ?-ar.?
ilr?*:.?.-d iu lorrocr days Th?;r adyan, n?c
uroswi i' V la S. Iiii_ *1^1 mmA a. u -
, - ? ? ? ' ? refute
iu it. Mud feht.li parti la it laIkiiiU*
of 1 uiou are mid* mdt?<<jlul>l? by i.->
cviniuui.i.y of poliucaipiinctpl^s t?f 'a-* jr*>ptfU*
idPdity ul dom?Mc ?n! tl n.auj
i>y ui itorm of la j r
rduc&umt. :ta'. <>t habr o'*nciift>'at1
IlKNCKKHhlll MSI M'JX IS lMl'
slHI.E
I RON THE PtCIFIC MUT.
Sa> k kam ihco. .1uo?- .''?M)a W>n H.
Seward arn%-?*a ?t Siu.iin*nt j :u-at), a f
w*?i?ifn?l?i'ha saiQ>oi M'.rc.u*. A ?
rh*i fnf r h? - * * - ? * *
? ?? r -?1 -U ?X If
l>ar!w- on red in b-ju.>niie him uu; p n i.i-nt
Ittmcu rt'- If m? in atteadanc*.
K'W Admiral Turucr ha- MiiBMl cotamstil
iif tfe?* conMjl.ua ni *i,aauroa, Norb &ad v?< n
pn. ilkK?*ai
Admiral Craven rera:i.a* in c3Jttn ?:. ?
ol Mare Inland S'.a:io?.
Arizona ndtii-m to Jub* v a h*v? :eceived.
Colonel r-anulura s ta imuid La- r?:urn?d - ?
tamp.
Colo i*l McMowell* command killed ume-ri?o
Indian* and ct|>iurrd touriiatii^ b>ar p?kiitinb
asd Colonel Pru?- - c, Tumaa 1 kiii-i
'MrIndian* anrt de- 'royed h *r*a.t amoun i
property duiiB( :be la * ra.U iiirai.fb rir # ?U
tapis country.
T1j? I>ein?crat?c (CililorBia) S'a*e Conv?Uoa
Bava adjoariM-ti hm dM. Tory pa*?~d
zvaolunoBs oi-poainz tBe a.lopion of % nrteenta
aoeadmeBt. appro* m* lUa rejacuon t<f
tB?* Senate uf tbe Alabama irra'e. ac I ?a lor?-mc
tbe Slate admlaii-tratoe. 1 hey aleo appoin'ed
a rommit?ee to prepare an add re-- cm
Cbtne**- iactor .a OaJifoi uia
F?rrl|i Nrwi
J?ba Bri^bt and Wiling |, to>,#
rengued their iwmbfr^^ |q it# Ref jrta C*u*
l* COW?a ? * of CM tailul* Of tfee CiMBOi!to
elect iMorai jr Berber* r*>utl?na *
whose ntN tb<-y had proj?o**d. Aa i*imT^TfB?
debate took place y**u?rUay ib <u*
Houa* ot Oonamoa* reiauve u. tit twiaiu.
of Fenian ptusuaera, aad reflations -lbs.
ib* covernment watrai* pablK inquiry ie?*a
lbe subject* ot peeaU dasv pU** aad r.?oia--<
iflcaUoa of pnaooer*. to UMiatr* ttow far political
prisoner* ebon Id be B*c*rdad aa a Mpt.
rate dan, and to ooendar tuw tar a*\enry
ot p^m?i p?Di*b?eat may be regard** *?
rmaaabb gr>?i>d fee tb# tavo-aM? coatideriumi
oltbetr i^ua," were rejected, yet* 31, a? \?
Ul.
Tbe Tunee, coiaaeattac * 'be4*ba> ear*
Lbe roam coi>?tdera<toa <rt iae t*ven.iu>? <
. w ?|'?^ o? OH VHitt
i<ri'??iM?r? *i*t fcav*. Tfc* murrj fcro-ijuboom
iBdindaaW ana *oc??'y, ?? tfta cft?* _w
st u? prtMp^rii/ ot Irviaud wbi.b U??j an
Wki4 tfcair Hpi. I* tba Mou? ?r
joamos* la*' tti?hiU?e Horn* :> < ? ?*arr, all u.iuI
Jaly, ut< that party prx*wioa< wr?
liviii provomuva of aj.'.urfcxao*. i .*
>agfet to m prrvt-uiad. Tb* covaramaat u *?
t*irnm<i?d 10 afclor<-a tua ii? acataai i*r-?
md prtvrqt a bimk of U?e pcaca.
WTfea ordia&ry C ?a-t of coau y,
oou'.k Carolina, baa < :>?t * ba?n>- or.
ui wilt aaraaat* la ki? ?nj<lo/. U a of ?uca
1 ..haul <il
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