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THE EVENING STAR.
PCBLISrn HILT) Su4>7 excepted, At Tile Star lSull<llnic? l.W. Corner Pennirlyania At. aad 11th St^ 1 ?T TH? i IHJH6 STAR NEWSPAPER CWP1JY. ? THE STAR U im?l k? flnrri*r? M their rob ?r1b?T* in tlx- City District at T** Ce*T? pm *>ii or Toitt rovi Cisti rtt iosti. Copies ?t ttw cowtrr. Two Cnn. fM'.cM worn Thre* Month*. ? 1.4?'. Stl Months. I^.OO; On* Tttr. ?1 OO Mo ??? n ?re wnt( rom the oflke lon*?r than p%i<t (or. THE WIEKLT STAR-puMi.taed n* Friday ?Mkrninv?? t. ftO ? ye?r. V?. 85?>2. 5.^72. WASHINGTON. D. C? Tl'E-sDAY. MAY 31. 1870. TWO CENTS AMUSEMENTS. N ATIONAL THLATEK. ft" RK HIHV -* OP?.R* TROI PE. FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY. I Mr*. C R BERNARD.- THrectreaa. TlASDAY M?> 31. W?- ?ira. "n>? in Washiqtttu The ?".~nic U?rr?. PlSTILLlON OF LoNJl'MEAC. TO MORRoW SieilT f| ?iw-* ever popnlar "p?r* MARTHA. < s KAM? TI B RACE I AT THE WASHINGTON SKATING PARK, Jm>>- 1st. at S!j or lock p. m. 1* CONTESTANTS ENTEKED. 11* GREAT FUN EXPECTED. B ASK BALL. PASTIME. OP BALTIMORE, T?. OLTMPIC, or WASHINGTON, ?*7i*H)mpic Orum4i, cor. lfirh s-d R ?treots, WED S ? M'A I, Jane 1st, at 3: 0 p. m. Car- lwvf the jnnction, cor. )5th itrwt Mil N. ? . ave.. every tk\ f minuW?. A'l*m-?'on. cent*. OI>n.p??- litibitinn Game THURSDAY, June 3d, 4 m. Advbfioa. J# cents. It pbimiumsTwoo, Vol TRIALS or SPEED AT THE NATIONAL DRIVING PARK AND FA'S GROINDS ASSOCIATION. CVromencios THURSDAY, JUNE ?}. Premium of fSlfl for hoe**, that never l>e it J:70, niil< heat.-,! in S, liariie<j, clo *xl with the following ???trifi: A. J<>hi?"i?"?br. s. G?">rge M. Patrhen. Jr. Uitrgi SflNip naii>'<( m. gue> n of the West. A. F. Fawcett's ch. g Aa*in. SECOND DAT. FRIDAY. JUNE 3. Premium <>f 9i.mw. Erw for a'.l )nr?n. Mile beats, 3 in B, in h.?rne?j. cloard wi'h the fol'owip? mirin: Ge?>rge N*-l*on mm?? br. g. "Rockey.'' a. r. r??cott ? t>. k U'?r*. A. Johnson ? br. i. Gwnc M. Patchon The trial* of a?eed to be governed by the rnles an<i regulations of the National As*>riation. ^To < nmnicf promptly, each day, at 3 o'clock Bv order of the Executive Commlttf?. n?31 3? Z WILLIAM S, tr??n(?r. A GRAND CONCERT M IV l<e fir en at the K STREAT BAPTIST CHURCH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, June 1. at 1 p m.. For the benefit of the YOUTHS' MISSIONARY SOCIETY OP E ST. BAPTIST CHURCH. The pr erwme will yre-ent leaturea entirely new and novel. "TheOrigit, of the roar Seasou*,'' l>y nineteen voices. K?.ur ?inartett'*, compel of the very finest singers in W Mhington, are <-nui?ged (or the wcitiiD. Tickets. 5?? c*nt?: to b*obtained at the mu*ir store ? f W O. M' iserott A Co., and at the door on the evening ef the entertainment. myJS 4t ANALOSTAN ISLAND! The nr>.l?-rsimed, having r*fltted and A . . A ?repared this lovely and beautiful Island tor the reception of Pic Rica and Pie tan re JUl^HLL Partie*. respectfully call the attention of the pui.lic to the sante. Application* f'>r pic nics. ?-tc., mar be ?tad* at HENRY A. KAISER S. 44 Gr?-n street, 0-.rr?t.*D. H. A. KAISER A HERMANN RICHTEK. my IS 3b* B AILAWH GALLERY, l?t6 rn?A. jvnri, ?'TTB bids, A ear Uth llrttl north. The foPowtng Paintings are on Tree v1s*r, and for Ml?: "The Betrothed,' ty Marltt Calisch. one of the K??t beautiful picture* by thia great master, ever exhibited in America. Large picture by Lanrent de Buel,"The Mid day Rest." 'Preparingfor School," b? r. UtTvbel. The original portrait of Col. Richard M. Johnson i Vice President under Martin Van Bu ren ,?h" is said to have sbotTecumseh, painted from life, at Praikfort. Kentucky, by J. N-agle. 1843. To which are added oo? hundred and twenty other line Pictures from the "Th- mpw n ' and Beaumont eoliecti.'us, am <ng which are original nortraits, of Benjamin W^st. by himself; Gen. Washington, by Gilbert Stnart: Sir Wm. Beechy, by himself; Sir G?i?1frey Kneller. by him*?-lf. Sir Thos. Wentw..rth; Geo Jame* Watson Webb, by Charles Elliott; btreet Scene, by J H B. Koehkock. Also, choice Water Color and Pencil Drawings, old Engraving*, Ac.; makinjr alt. c-th^r one of the flnest aud largest collections for sale in the United States. mlO (Chr?>nI H. N. BARLOW,Proprietor._ ? o. 4*6 J On ?z hlbltlon\No 4S6 Tth | and Hale < Tth Rntti. \ -at f iit?ti. MARKRITER'0, lO.IH SivKNTH tTlliT. between D and Estreats, A?*t Door* abor* Oi.i fellow' Hall, Cbotce Oil Painting*, Engravings, Chromoa, Ar. A)s?. Largest Stock Paperhangings.Window Shade*, Picture Fram?*s. Picture Cora aud T Mae Is, Kings, ? ails. Ac., in the Di*trict. TERMS CASH ^ flMw rtmember Name and Ntimber. at> 15 ly A MT REPONITORY, 44* r STREET, Stiworm TAirtseu* MM fomiotniM Strmt, OIL PA1NTINOS, ENORAVIRUS, PHOTOGRAPHS, CHROMOB, Ac., SOGER'S GROUPS Of CULPTLliE, AKTXelS MATERIALS, RTATUETTEtL Ac., Ac., PICTURE FRAMES. CORD AND TASSELS, Ac., AC. VELVET PASSE PARTOUTS, PARLOR BRACKETS, Ac A rtae Asarrtwient for HOLIDAY PRESENTS. OCM-ly A. V 8. SMITH. ric MCS. EXCURSIONS, EPXC0BMOM TO MARSHALL HALL, MP., j ft . ? *1 ?:nt V'-moii. >n WEI'NE>DAY. June 1. for th^ben tit .ftheE W M E Sumlay School J M>?Dirr ARROW will lease N?*y Yard wharf at * N'. and 7th alreet whalf at Wa. m. ll-kels 3D cts. to t>e proem fd at the boat ltotn the Committee of Arraugementa. m.V?Jt" WOOD AND COAL. riOAI AND WOOD. JAMES GLEASON,?ccemor toGls?on AGIenn. G atr-et Whart. begs leave to Infom hi* nomereus friends and cnatooaers that he la now prepared to furnish, at lowest market rites, the best Quality of RED and WHITE ASH ANTHRACITE COAL, all siaes, CUMBERLAND COAL, LUMP, AND BUN OF MINE, HICKORY, OAK AND PINE WOOD, In the stick or sawed aud split. My Bono will be in the future, as In the past. "Quick Mies aiid small pr flts. ' and as 1 bay for cash only. aud sail at a very xaiail advance, my terms 1b future will be etrictly cash. Will make a speciality of snpplylng dealer! from the vesael at a slight advance over coat. Orders by Bail will r?eeive prompt attention. JAMES GLEASOM, ?pl7 ly [Rep 1 G ?t Wharf. Washington, D O DENTISTRY. nw. EXKElLk, DENTIST, Ho, miS PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE: Between 13th and 13th streets. All Dental work dons is the beat manner, and at Moderate prices Gas. ChleroforM or Ether Med, IX deal red for sx tracting Teeth without pain fell R IDICIIOY 1M THB PRICE or COKE TO SIX CENTS PER BUSHEL. _CAETAGB EXTRA. myjl *w_ ^NTHONY FISHER'S F1BST CLASS SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT,' ?o. SIS Him STBgtT, OPPOSITE PATENT OmOl, Sola proprietor of a aew r reach Seoarlng ProeaM. which he is able to cleanse Ladies draeaaa of all a ped. UentlaMon sCHUni id guarantee is given that oved, ao that they will not _ nda, without being ripp-d. OentleMen's clothin Cleaned ifMi tc aese. and grease spots will be reMov ?bow again. Prices the cheapen la tha city. Ki/frws ?Mes-rs B H Duvall, 434 Pa ava., B H Hetberger, *4A Pa ava.-G. T Schafer.STS Pa ave ; W T GriBth. 30*? Kb at . A. Saks A Co., SI* Tth si., and Many othart. apll Jm* 1>AP HAISIXGS. SPRING STOCK. AMERICAN. PRENCH. AND ENGLISH PAPER HANGINGS, of all style* and descriptions GILT AND WALNUT WINDOW CORNICES. LACE AND NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS. WINDOW SHADES, of all sizes, colors, and de si rptioaa. My stock being the !*rgeat and mc*t select In the cit>. 1 .hail ofler then to the public cheaper than any other b?SM in the District. JOHI ALEXANDER, No. 1431 PENNSYLVANIA AVE., apS) e?dw IChron.l B?T. JtTB A*D 13TH Sts. tlOXOETU r RKEZ1NG RErBlQERATORS AA Oa exhibition at the atorerceioas at ? M. I. ORBGORY. tt OH PsnnalTi SPECIAL NOTICES. p^ri-1" ***?? ^tofflyor ration. ?} fn* #1 to to |g per (tiioi. BRANDIES.-Otard, Dupuyft Co. Cognas. ?u P*r H?os"**7 Cognac, ?10 p?r gaBou; Pel Genuine Vkchv Water, ?4 to p?r down. Belt*er, |( per doieu. I41, CHARLia OACTHR. ? JS1* FnMflTMl? Mf? I sopor Uf of >S iDff t&d Lianori, and iropristoi of thi^u>rmu4MATlv* wui WSBST HALL'S TEUETABLR SICILIAN _ tv w haibuiewu I? the best artic'e known to preserve tho hair. It will positively restore GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL color AND p??*t>TK ITS OROWTM. It is an entirely new scientific discovery, cng 5*3L ?r S'v.???? ??tnW ???<* restorative ??ent? in the vegetable kingdom. it mak** Ik* Hatr smoetk **4 f/otjy, An<l 4o*t not rta>n the rkin' . wotuMuied and used by the first medical authority. For oaie by all druggists. Price f 1. *_ .. b p hall a co? Day lJ-eolm Nashua. N. H., Proprietor!. 1M0. PERRT DAVIS' 1*T0. VEGETABLE ??PAIS KILLER." T*t Great f amily Meiiuine of uu Ate. ? , THIRTY YEARS Km?* ? ???'? th5 ,Blr"duc*,on of th? Pain IvIIIer to the public, and yet at the present time It ia more popular and cnanmanda a larger sale than ever bef. re. Ita popularity ia not confined to thia ceun try alone rover the world its beneficial eifocta in curing the "ilia that flesh ia-heir to,' are acknowl . fdred and appreciated, and as a pais billbb its fame ia limited ta no country, sect, nor race. THiRTT Yrabs ia certainly a lone enough tim? to j 'facy of any medicin", and that the pa;x ? illSB fa deserving of all its proprietors claim for It, ia amply proved by the unparalleled populanry it ? '?.* "*?'** ?Lnd *"*CTIV? remedy. Bold by all Drnggiata. apSeoUa ^^raiiLn BEIMIECK CHAMPAGNE Sillerr and Extra Dry. In Bas _ 'or aafe by all wholesale grocers w"HnT7? aTi.JMo Mln? for United states, v w TZE A TA1LER, 40 Beaver street. New ,or** nhUtewtn BpfHA,rlf ?OLDEN COD LIVER OIL. H*JIZvZ?a re"*','e? obtained from freah and healuiv g*!'?.r?ywi *>y ??y yet produced. *. j 1*3BrK'V1J MOHAUSSONB. '-3 Broad* ay, N Y my 6 FA Tim,r . ?ATCHBtLOR'B HAIR DTK. n?.SBlsmfld Hair Dye to the beat In the world. Hynlees. reMaMet lnatantanaotsa, dow not contain i ?oiaonto produce paralysis ,r knasttn ? .1 ? .T*011}^ *nd <>?lnsive preparations w.fi . ^ ,*hey do not poaaeaa. The centime SLtiL&SMSS had thirty year ' ontarntobed reputation to uphold ita integrity aa the "P!y perfect Hair Dye-Black or Brown. Bold *7 all Drnggiata. Applied at IB M street, LL fs*-tr FC. R MICH EHBACH'a puno More. ? If*. 4a lltA Street, nbmn Penna. Avenue, ?ole u.nr . ? 80 TBABa,) of wSTe^K? c?'?hrated PIANOS 8TWm iMUftOo., Baltimore, and ?? |ctanyii, Albany; also, second handlola Hanaa, Organs and Melodeoaa for sale orM^M renton tbe asoat aocoModaUng tara? Ptoao aaJ Organ Tiahg aad ?s>airl?r mw^lr^ m PREPARE FOR ELECTION ! :i WHO IS MOST ENTITLED TO YOUR VOT? ONE WHO WOJ^WHERE TUE SHOE ONE WHO ?'littLE MONBYD 8HO*S FOB JBEILBRI5I A BROS., 419 SEVENTH STBEET. NEXT DOOR TO ODD FELLOWS' IIALL. IlaT* Button.^tbeanty,"bJ* Lmdi^ rr'B< !* Kld Ladiea OAI'i ERi*. heeled atxl not heeled. 51.25 >L1PPERS and Bl SKlNs for 3D cents to 92 M>. Childrea'fBIlOES, all color*. IS cents and up Gei.ts", Boy ?, and Youth a PI MPS. Gents'flne STITCHED BOOTS, 9*. Gents TIES snd PRINCE ALBERTS, fl *j ur BRONZE snd GLOSS. 2Scentaper b<>ttle. HNE BOOTS made to order. BK) niy'o 3t* HOUSEKEEPERS Vfl B^g Will find at onr atore a complete |0 assortment of CHINA, GLASS, CROCKERY WARE A*D OTHER HOUSEEEEPING ARTICLES. Examine onr Stock before making purchasea ^ _ J W. ROTKLER A BB() , ni2v3t Si' (Metaerott HalDPenn avenns. p I A N O S' '~PU!i"s "?'"fiffft One 7 octave Rosewood oreratrnng Gilbert, 82J< Z I " " " _ Oabler, 9ZX. :: % ? : P ? 6>" * . . Munna A Fisher, fh ?. " Prince Melodeon. F r sale. op..n easy terms, to make room, at the v. art-rooaM of W G. MKTZEROTT A t*o s-le Agents of BTEINWiYB PIANOS 'and MASQ.N A HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS ?> ? m 1 L L I N E R Y MRS. J B. SPENCER. 330 PENNSYLVANIA AVENC] Between #tli and luth streets, ? ? I 2lTtW lL3litL2f|o",'>r" ?'"! the lartie* *en-r ttii: ,hi . KiDf arra"*'m"nt< for opening a I JKuMGB^aTCLVH^.rt'i1" SULPHUR '? RANCH ' mVllInVry^AN D FANCY* SouDS At an IMMENSE SACRIFICE, for the ' jnst returned from New York, h-r ,Ue ^-t "d ? -At B.-Tbe HAIR DRESSING DEP\BTMKNT atthe-Springs tolet. Apply at 3S0 Pennsrlvanla myelin* rpBE ^ixeEB" 1 HEW FAMILY SEWI>U MACHINE CA.t BE HAK ON EASY TERMS, at Tax _ . COMPANY'S SALESROOMS. Fnrcb iM>ra instructed at their residences LuiiTHMif"!",1*1"- COTTON and LINEN THREAD on spools, always on hand * A. NORTON, Agent. raT 24 tf 717 MARKET SPACB. STA?Ktl!i?iB8'?,,d# fre,h strawber V RIEB.direct from my nursery, can be had lailv it my atore. commencing Saturday, May & T.K . JOHN SACL, a; ?-4t Tthat., opposite Patent nffljo LA BIBS; ^ PLEASE TAKE EOTICE, That the largest assortment of STBAW GOODS. RIBBONS, FLOWERS, LACE SHAWLS and PARASOLS Are selling at reduced price* at 8. HELLER 8. cssvi jaaisss jasisr - OLOtiS^tl* "" '"J"" 10 COB^ETS. which hii bt^o lolling tor fenU^BriO1 9Zi0Amd sty lea t rum 7? And a very select stock of HUMAN and ivita TION HAIR WORK, at IMITA 714 MARKET SPACB, ?J" Between 7th and <ttB atreeta f^BNUlNE VICHY WATER, BEDFORD WATER, (FreshJ GETTYSBURG WATER, ROCKBR1DGB ALUM WATKR, KISSINGER, VICHY, 8KLTZRR, AJtD SODA WATERS. Ib Glass Bypbons, (Hanbnry Stnlth'a ) bold at SIMMS' PHARMACY ?M-* Comsr New York sv. and Uth st. KOCHB RBBTAPRAITT.~ No. 914 D 8TRBBT, ?hf<*fen Ninth aad Tenth strt**w Fine WINB8, LIQCOBB AMD CIGARS. Ber* i er s celebrated Philadelphia mM tf LAGS ? ,BI1R EVENING STAR Washington News and Gossip. DON'T FAIL TO REGISTER ! PONT BE GRUDGE A LIT I"LE TIME Olt TROUBLE! A FUfcL REGISTRATION WILL INSURE EMERY'S ELECTION BY <t,000 MAJOR ITY I Red Cloud, the celebrated Indian Chief, Is expected here to-morrow. TheSksatk went ?nto Executive sc sionto day at one o'clock p. m on motion of Mr. Sum ner, and proceeded to the cor?idera'ion of the Sandwich Islands Reciprocity treaty. The President will leave here on Wednes day or Thursday of next week for Pennsylvania to v'-it Senator Cameron at hWrc?idence, ne^r Harrisburg. At th* mektino of the Citizen*' Reform Av fociation, last night, a resolution was unani mously adopted, requesting the merchantj ami business men of the city to close ttieir places of business at noon on election day. Miss Cl/ flin, of the tirmof Clatlin Jfc Woo 1 LitT.l, female brokers of New York, and propri etors ot a weekly paper in that city, was at the Capitol to-day, and occupied a seat in the Reporters' gallery of the House, where she attracted much attention. In the Hovse today, General Farnsworth moved to take from the Speaker's table the bill which recently paved the Senate, prohibiting Corporation officials from acting as Judges or Commissioners of Election in the District of Columbia; but Mr. Ferris, of New York, ob jected, and the bill could not be taken up. Thr energetic action of the Citizens' Vigi lance Committee In arresting parties for Ille gal registration has had excellent effect in stop ping the Iraudulent operations of the Bowen gang, and has caused numlters of illegal voters brought here to leave town without attempting to reg'ster. DON'T FAIL TO REGISTER ! DON'T BE GRUDGE A LITTLE TIME OR TROUBLE ! A FULL REGISTRATION WILL INSURE EMERY'S ELECTION BY 6,000 MAJOR ITY ! Four National Holidays.?The Hoise Committee on the District of Columbia this morning agreed to report a bill declaring Christmas, New Year's Day, July 4th, and Thanksgiving Day as appointed by the Presi dent, national holidays, hence notes falling due upon those days cannot be protested un'il the day after. Tn* Pha< tice Sqcadios from the Naval Academy at Annapolis, cons.sitng of the ships Macedonian, Savannah and Dale, will sail for Annaiolis about the 15 h proximo with the m?l shipmen on board for the annual cruise. The s-iuadron will visit European waters and return in about two months. The graduating clan will be allowed 30 days leave before Hailing on their cruise. A vision of brightness and beauty tUshed upon The Star sanctum to day in the person of Ms* Jennie C. Clattin, of the far famed brokerage firm of Woodhull & Clatlin, New York, and who is also one or the editors and proprietors of Woodhull and Cim/u-'a rrnlcly, devoted to woman's upward and onward move ment. Miss Clatlin is as smart as a stejl trap, and shows that woman can possess both brairs and beauty. As a talkist she is flu ent.- If any other he or she on the planet can put in more words to the minute or more to the point, we do not know it. Mt*s C- has a hard some, lrank face, open bine eyes, blonde hair in short curls; and wearing a smart, sadorish straw hat, appears about the upper rig like a good-looking boy; but otherwise she is of the woman womanly in tiress and appearance- That is, she has none of the nonsense of Bloomer cos tume, &e., &c. Approval or the Enforcement Bill The President this morning signed the bill to eniorcn the right of citizens to vote under the Fifteenth amendment and transmitted the same to the Mate Department. Nominations.?The President sent th<j fol lowing nominations to the Senate to-day: Wm. M. Douglass, to be Assessor of Interna' Revenue, First District of Vinjlnla. J.Jules Bossier, Receiver of Public Moneys, Natchitoches, Louisiana. The District Police Court Bill.?The House Committee on the District of Columbia agreed this morning to recommend that the House disagree to the Senate substitute for the House bill to establish a Police Court for the District of Columbia, and that a committer of conference be appointed. Conviction of the Indian Territory To hacco Manufacturers.?A telegram received at the Revenue Department this morning from Supervisor McDonald, of Ark., announces that verdicts have been rendered lor the government against the parties recentlv arrested tor man ufacturing tobacco in the Indian territory, and bringing it to market in the States without pay ment of the internal revenue tax. DON'T FAIL TO REGISTER! DON'T BE GRUDGE A LITTLE TIME OR TROUBLE! A FILL REGISTRATION WILL INJURE LillJUY'S ELECTION BY 6,000 MAJOR ITY! TSe San Dominoo Treaty?The Presideat o-day transmitted to the Senate a brief message on the San Domingo treaty enclosing au addi tional article to the treaty extending the time tor ratification to July 1. He suggests certain amendments which he deems it desirable that the Senate shauld incorporate into the treaty. In these amendments it is proposed that the pa ragraph giving the United States a lien u|*?n the public lands of the republic as security for its undefined debt shall be stricken out, and that the sum proposed to be paid tor the island (*1/00,000) shall be absolutely the entire amount to be paid by this government. It is also proposed that two commissioners shall be. appointed?one by the Dominican government and one by the United States, to receive this money and to apply it to the extingalshment of the I>ominican debt in the following order:? First, to tha payment of foreign governments who may have claims against the Republic; second, to the pavment or individual creditors who may not be citizens of the Republic; third and last, to the extinguishment of the domestic debL Beyond this payment or $1^^ this Government not to be liable in any manner. This would leave the Dominicans at liberty to do as they please with their domestic debt?re pudiate tt or not?but they express great confl uence that this sum will not only enable th<>m to liquidate all their indebtedness, bat will leave them a balance of *200,COO or *.100,000 for the expenses or a territorial government. The Bowen-Florence Bargain Mayor Bowen's bargain with Tom Florenea, for a democratic candidate, has come to naught. A letter has been received from Mr. J. D. Hoover, in which he says, " No one has any authority for the i'*e of my name in connection with the Mayoralty." Florence, we snppose, has heard from Mr. Hoover to the same effect, as be has withdrawn the name of Mr. Hoover as a candidate from T\t Democrat. Ho come to naught the schemes of Saylcs J. Bowen, one by one I By reference to the registration proceedings to-day it will be seen that Councilman K. J. Beall is tadung a most disreputable part In behair of the Bowen ring. The rebuke given by the Senate to the Interference of Corporation employes in registration matters weuld shame anybody bat persons of the stamp of Wm. A. Cook, His bar, Beall, and Tib Biwie. THE lEQlSTBATlOM TO DAY The Emery M?jb Larrclr Ahea4-lorr Armta far Illegal BvKfa's CmmItj Wwtere have m >M|h Time *r ft*. To-day the registration is being conducted in the Criminal Court room- The crowd com menced to form In line at a very early hour and by the time the Board commenced their labors the line was fully a* long as on the pre vious day, and in general appearance resembled the line yesterday morning. the colors beinjt al most caually divided, Hie whites soon shot ahead, however, and at 12 o'clock 165 whites and 112 colored had been registered. The Em ery men were conccdedlv largely ahead. The tirst arrest for illegal registratioa wm made about 12 k o'clock, by Officer Boteler; th> prisoner being Matthew Garrett, who is charged with having registered illegally, not havinz re sided one year iu the District. Mr. N. H. Miller appeared for the prosecution. Mr. 1). E. Ca'aill appeared for the defence, and asked for a post ponement. The J ustice said he would fix the b til at *300. 'Joseph Brooks, assistant Commissi mei of the Second Ward, volunteered to go ball, and on the Justice questioning him Mr. Miller dropped the remark that he (brooks) had been sent over by Wm. A. Cook, which was denied bv Brooks, and a war of words ensued, which was put an end to by the Justice. Brooks went to the City Hall far a certificate as to the amount of property he owned, and the accused stating that his name was Charles W. Nails, the coun sel for defence asked for the discharge of the Srisoner on the ground of a misnomer. The ustice jostponed the hearing until to-morrjw, Brooks giving the required security Suite an excitement o-curred about 12 ^ ock in the hall. Mr. R. J. Beall, Council man of the Third Ward, was at the west door and Mr. Crossman objected to him as a challen fer standing at the door holding communica lon with persons outside. Cook said that he (B.) had a right to see any parlv there on private business. Mr. Crossman then demanded that a vote be taken as to whether challengers could have such privileges aa claimed by Beall. (look replied that he was president and tha Crossman bad no right to demand it, and char acterized Mr. Crossman as a liar. Crocwraan retorted that Cook bad graduated a liar. Co >k rapped on the railing excitedly during this scene, when Crossman intimated that he woul 1 break his gold-beaded cane if he did not look sharp. The curtain here fell. Today, r? great was the pressure for natural ization papers that the courts were compelled to give up tin.ir time to this business, an 1 the indues wctc busy the entire day admitting c'aimints to citizenship, the number during the dav being, perhaps, 2t0. it is a noticeable fact that the older citizen* are generally registering m~>re than ever bef jre, numbers of them hardly able to be on then- feet taking tlieir places in line and patiently wa t Hi I their time lor honrs. Al>out 2 o'clock the board again changed th*ir quarters to the Council chamber, the head of t^ie line beirg turned to the left At o'clock the tally footed np s.?) whites and 16) colored. Mr. William J. Swain, who has lately started a penny paper in Philadelphia, called the Pub lic Record, is receiving everywhere the censure* of the press for his Indefensible if not actually dishonest Invasion ot the business rights or the Public Ledger, by making h's paper a fac simile ot the latter in type, arrangement of matter, vignette, and general appearance. This ap propriation of the distinguishing features, the trade mark or the Ledjer, docs not seem to be much more justifiable than would be th? ab straction of the contents of the Ledger's m ?ney drawer. And this course of Mr. Swain in this matter is the more reprehensible from the fact that he starts the Record with money paid by Mr. Childs to his father for the Ledger; and lurther, that Mr. Childs has not only given him the most generous aid and eneouragement in hi" newspaper project, but has been magnani mous enough to admit him to the privileges ot the Associated Pre?s, when his voice would have been potential to exclude him. That Mr. Swain should, jindcr these circumstances. seek to injure his benefactor, and undermine the business for which Mr. Childs paid a princely price to his father, shows traits ot character not pleasant to note iu a newspaper man: and we are not sorry to pm that the Jt'toxd is likely to fail altogether in obtaining the advantages hoj>ed by this trick. The Philadelpbians : eent inclined to let it alone severely. It was a sh >rt Sighted policy at best, for no imitation of the individuality of an established paj>er has ever yet succeeded, or ever will. The office of the Missouri Republican, in St Louis, was burned down last Tuesday night, and notwithstanding the building and fixtures, with all the material on hand, were entirely de stroyed, the pai>er made its appearance on Thursday morning very neatly printed, and about two-thirds its size before*he fire. From French, Langran & Ogilvie we have The Sorth British Review for April, reprinted by the Leonard Scott Publishing Company in the acceptable cheap form which, through the en terprise of these publishers, has enabled the American public to get all the Foreign Reviews at a nominal price. The ceremony of decorating the graves of Union soldiers wa? observed throughout the country yesterday. From J. Shilllngton and from John C. Parker we have the excellent Overland Monthly for J une. Editorial Shooting.? An unpleasant feel ing, which has existed for several months past between two newspapers in Martinsburg West Vs., the New Era ard the Valley Star, culmi nated on Thursday last in a personal colli<io i between the editors, Mr. Logan, of the Era, nnd Mr. Eicbelberger, ot the Star. Mr. Logan had applied some opprobrious epithets to Mr. Kichelbsrger, which he resented by a ehal lenge, which, Mr. l^ogan declining, the colli sion ensued. Mr. Louan received a shot in his side, inflicting a painful but not dangerous wound. His adversary was unhurt. Both p ipcrs are strongly Democratic. .i ? The McFaklaxd Tragedy on thr Staor The McFarland-Kicb&rdsou case has been dramatized in San Francisco at the new Pacific Theatre. The death-bed marriage is made the chief incident, and is made intensely humorous by Horace Greeley giving away the bride and Senator Revels signing his name as witness. The leading comic role is that of Ned Harrigan, who plays and dresses Horace Greeley to the life. The denomemext is a perfect reconciliation between McFarland and his wife, and the cur tain talis uj>on their second nuptials, the cere mony being performed byfieecner and Frotulu ham. Tbr National Laror Ukioi?The presi dent of the "National Labor Union" has issued a call for a session of this association, to be heid in Cincinnati, Ohio, on August 15th. Dele gates will be present from all trade uaiom, co operative associations, and labor organisations or every kind. International or national organi zations are entitled each to three representa tives, Bute organisations to two, and trade unions snd all other labor unions to one. The call invites to membership of the labor union every persons who lives by mechanical or in tellectual labor. " ?y Iowa has an agricultural college at Ames, with about two hundred pupils of both sexes. ?y There is destitution In Detroit, for the free lunch season ha* closed. i^An Edinburgh paper calls for sp rial omnibiaes for mothers with infant children. Connecticut had one divorce to every nine marriages last year. Vlmpreasario Flak will revive French Opera in the Fall. WLieutenant 8tambangh, recently tilled by Indians, near South Pass oity, was a nephew o General Sherman. . MTKev. Dr. Abel Stevens is named as the probable successor of Bev. Dr. Medinf9ck, as president of Drew Theological Seminary. VBishop Simpson win leave America on Jane 8th, to preside over the Germany and Switzerland Conference, which meets on June 16th. ?7*Kochefort is not ill in prison. He romps dsilj with bis children, and they made such a noise the other day that he warned them, ??We? will all be turned out, If we create such a row." *7"The Gloucester Advertiser itemises thus; "A man who is owing aa a little bill, said he would call last week and pay as If he was alive. He still appeats on the street, but. ae he did not call, it is naturally supposed that he is dead and is walking arooad to save funeral expensea." TELEGRAMS TO THE STAR. Thii Afternoon's Diip&toho*. ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS. FROM E1B4FK TO-D*Y. Sailivt *f Mm Mlalftlirc Mis ?w Ts from for T legraphni KrriuttreJy In The Kvming Slar. Lomm.n, Mav :M r?o miniature steamer the City of liagusa will leave Iter whart at thin city this p. m. lor New York. She H onlv twenty one feet long, but is provisioned for three mouths. Her captain counts on tbeftsiaaze in side of fifty days. The crew corMst^>f one man besides her captain, and the inevitable New Foundland dog goes as a passenger. While New York is the nominal point of destination, the captain will make any convenient point in the I'nited States. Quite a crowd of people have collected at the whart to witness the de parture of the tlnv vessel. From London ? The International Copyright Treaty - Bl lllardti - The Weather-The Crop* Cotton bjr the Way of the Nate Canal-Violent De bate in the House of Common*. Loudon. May 31?The l>aily News this morn ing plead? for an international copyright treat v between Great Britain and the United State*. The Times savs the billiard players ot Eng land are much disgusted wi,h Bowless' playing in his match with Roberts at Brighten last eve ning. The weather for the past few days has been unusually dry and warm. The growing .Tops are already suffering for the want of rain, tnd apprehensions of a serious drought are felt. Dispatcbr? from Bombay statg that within a few davs pest 31,0oo bales of cotton have been shipped to Europe by the wayot the Suez can*'. The House of Lord* did not adjourn until a late hour this morning. A long, disjointed and often violently personal debate occurred in the committee on Admiralty management, while tte supply bill was under consideration. The appropriation for Admiralty was eventually rained by a small majority. The committee then rose, and the progress was reported, and House adjourned. From Pari* Release of Regicide Cos apl rat on?The Movement is Favor of Cernalscbl ? Nmall-Pox Panic The Corps Leglslattr and the High Court. Paris, May 31.?Yesterday more than twenty penons who were imprisoned in St. Manas' nii.-on, charged with complicity in the late Kekicidc plot, were unconditionally released, and it is announced that more will be liberated to-day. The movement in favor of Cernuisehi, the Italian banker, who was exiled for having con tributed money to the Radicals to help to defeat t'ie affirmative vote on the plebiscitum, is very popular in Paris, and will unquestionably be successful In the end. In the Corps Legislatif yesterday evening, the session was nearly cor turned in debating means to check the ravages of the small-pox in Parn It is now settled that no sessions or the High Court will be held outside of Paris during the present session of the Corps Legislatif. The latter will continue until the 1st or August. Trouble la Liberia?The Foree of a Bad Example?Secession Threat ened. London, May 31 ?Dispatches received here lo-dav from the west coast of Africa announce the breaking out ot serious troubles in Liberia The President of Liberia has api>ointed Walter Good as collector and postmaster at Palm is. and the people there to whom the api>ointm"nt is distasteful, threaten secession it' be is con firmed. FROM THE PACIFIC SLOPE. Decoration Day?The Boston Excnr ~~ Frlseor slonlatr -The Frisco Fenlaus?An Kd. Itor Shot Through the Head ?Ea conraging Emlgratlon-Selsureora blearner?volcanic Eruption, dec. Telegraphed Exclusively to The Evening Star !?'A? Francisco, May 31.?The decoration et the soldiers' graves was participated in by the lit and Army ot the Republic, federal troops, militia and civilians. The Boston excurtionists arrive to-day. A committee of Chamber of Commerce will meet and cscort the partvt?train will ? viiy and stop in iront of the Grand The Fenian Council has decided not to ac cept any turther subscriptions. The editor of the Mazeppa, a flash paper, was shot through the head to day on Monterev street tor publishing a scurrilous irticle. It is prob able that be will no, die. The owners of large Mexican grants in North ern California, in order to encourage emigra tion, have thrown D,000 acre* of land in Shasta Valley, on the line of the California railroad, into the market at 93 per acre. Mazatlan dates to May UtL have been re ceived. Placida Vego had seized the steamer Forward, and has now a fleet of vessels equipped. It is supposed that he is waiting (or the rainy season to commence operations. The weather is extremely warm, which is at tributed to the influence of the volcano, which is still in a state of violent eruption. The cotton crop is a total failure. The Presbyterian northern General Assembly. Telegrapkei Eudusiveiy to The Ev*mtng Star. Philadelphia, May 31.?In the General As sembly this morning, the report of the commit tee api>o.nted to inqslre into 'he perils of the public tcbool system, made their report. Reso lutions at the close of the report strongly con demn any system which shall exclude religion or religious instruction from the public school*. The resolutions were unanimoosly adopted. The rej>ort of the committee on home mis sions was considered- Various items of the re port bearing on the consolidation of the boird domestic missions with the committee on home mi sions were adopted. The question then arose on the locality of the principal office of the new consolidated board. The cities of New York, Philadelphia and Chi cago were nominated, but Chicago was alter ward* withdrawn. The roll was called an l a vote taken. The result was 300 voted for Ne* York and 153 tor Philadelphia. Several of the Assembly dvlegates voted in favor of New York. The vote creatod con-id erable excitement, though little enthusiasm wa iuanfe?ted When the result wa? made known. From Richmond?Certificates of Eire lion to Mayor Ellyson and the Con nerval Ives?The Election to be C mi tested?The Ansault on Congressm.tu Porter?Decoration Day. Telegraphed Exclusively to The Evening Star. Richmond, Va., May 31.?The commissioner? of election this morning gave certificates ot election to H. K. Ellvson as Mavor,and the rest of the conservative city ticket. The republicans will contest the election before the courts. The policeman who assaulted Congressman Poter yesterday has been arrested and sus pended from duty. The crowd at the National Cemetery yester day was very large, and to-day Hollywood Cem etery is tilled with persons decorating the graves of the Confederate soldiers. > of a Journalist Fatal Accident. Ttlegmpksd Imtortiily b Tkt Evsn Bos-row, May 31.?A. A. Wallace, a well known and respected member of the press, and tor several years pant assistant In the w i] years pant assistant In the Asnocia ted Press Office In thin city, died this morning, after a brief illness. Daniel l?tmball, Jr., a re tired dry goods merchant, residing at the cor ner of Concord and Fremont streets, was killed yesterday afternoon, by being thrown from a carriage. ^ Decoration Day In the West. Telegraphed Exclusively to IV Evening Star. Dayton, May 31 Decoration day wa* gen erally observed. General Sherman wan present at the Soldiers' Home. Three men were seri oasly hurt by the premature explosion of aean MU. Locisvill*, May 31?There were imposing ceremonies yesterday at Cave Hill Cemetery. Horrible Murder of Two Ttlegraphed Exclusively to Tkt Evening Star. Raleioh, N. C., May 31?On Wednesday morning three men went to the house of Da?>s> and Nefll McLeod, two brothers living la the western portion of Cumberland county, and murdered both; also badly wounded the wire, daughter and nan ef NetH McLeod. The McLeods were peaceable citinenn, were highly respected by their neighbors Fatal Boiler ExpH Telegraphed ftrfi ttTfly It fli 9+ Columbia, Fa.. May ?^?fcS!n,u2! Columbia roAing mill, swnnd byCalsb 8. Malt by, exploded this morning ee""?I severalof the employee. One, named Mantser, ban since died _ - 2S5S2f rhe ooroaittee on bill. an* .* *J!Onj? to U* XSET^J^Z j^rttsvLs ssrti *rt-2f berebaptlsedue5? mri (V?1 r^haptictro The recommeiidaUan ?? the o irmiltw ir** adopted. I>r. i'a'mer/roin coaiimtteeonforelrnoorTes t?ndeu< e,repmted pr ?tor*i letter of the General Assembly tu alfcw cburctir* under !?* core. The Jett. r In nrprd t? a reunion *, ^ Northern and r??-nt met action of the Southern AartabUe* during the eewion Af?er a long discu won the letter we? adopted The lelier f)*im? that whatever obstruction* may be in the way of the fellow,^ they were not created by the Southern Churcb. and that they rould not allow than elve? to h? ?lao?d tn a false j>o?itiori before the world. The 4<?em bly then adjourned till the next meet in* at L ilU HuBtMille. From the 1 lac Halt Avalaal Uea. HherldaaT Ttlfrmfked ffactastveiy (s As Iiimi^ Stmt. St. Loci*, May SI?A Topaka, Kansas, dis patch save:?A Ore here yestertay morning de stroyed the Topeka House. one v the principal hotel*. The building and furnitlre are altno>t a total los*. Only partially ir?ui%d. In the U. 8. Circuit Court S at aft a v the case of Hollis against Lieut. General &eridan and Major G. A. Page for false iaprtfltoment and il'egal conversion of property wa* decided in favor of the defendent. The caae w|| be car ried to the United State* Supreae Court. Ball-A Victory far the Hay. ?aahera. 'aeUstvely la IV Ktrmimf 8tmr. Tbot, N. Y., May 31? The Haymaker*, of 1 Troy beat the Unions, of Morrisiaaa, at base ball yesterday. The acore stood 27 to 18. The telegram in come of the papera thia morn ing in regard to the game of bs?e ball in Phila delphia yesterday, between the Atlantic*. of Brooklyn, and Athletics, of Philadelphia, erro neously stated that the Atlantic* were victo rious. The Athletics won by a acore of 18 to 13. DwtraMivs rti j to lbs Mwmimg Star. Rochmtir, May 31?Poor lire* in different portion* of thia city y -terdav and 13-day de stroyed property to the value of S 15,000. ftaaw Htana la Met Ttlegrapl <d Mwdutitlf to The Mrtmmg Vikoiiiia Citv. Nav., May 31?Thie? inches of snow fell Saturday. It was treeaing and scowing yesterday. it Aha New York, May 31.?The HolsaUa takes ?312,000 iu specie. Arrived Oak Niw Yobk, May 31.?Arrived ont, the Nesto rlan, Baltimore and Cit.v of London. FOBTY-FIBST CONGRESS. Thia Afternoon's Proceeding*. Tcbsdat, May 31. SENATE.?Mr. Cot>kllng presented memo rial or a large number of tobacco dealers In New York, asking relief from the invidious tax imposed on smoking tobacco. Referred to the Committee on Finance. Mr. Chandler introduced a bill to encourage the building of ships for foreign trade, and for other purposes. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Mr. Howe called up joint resolution extend ing the time for the construction of a railroad frtm the St. Croix river to Bavfield, Wiaoaain; which was amended and pasted. Mr. Sumner, from the Committee on Poreign Relations, reported a bill to incorporate ttie Pacific Submarine Cable Company, ta facilitate telegraphic communication between the Cnited States and Asia. Mr. S. stated that the bill projosed to carry out the views contained in Uie memorial of Cyrus W. Field ,Ki" ?1 -rnnntmn called up the bill to change the judicial circuits, which was considered till 1 p. m , a hen the Senate went into Executive aes sicn. v HOUSE By unanimous consent the regular order, which was the consideration of the bill to reduce the Internal tax, wa? i#id aside to allow a morning hour to be ha 1, and the Hon* proceeded to oonsider the bill reported by the select committee on the cause of the decline ot American tonnage. Mr. Lynch addressed the House in support ot the amended bill. During the debate a good deal of opposition was manifested to the bill, and at the concln'ion of the hour allowed for debate Mr. Butler (Mass.) moved to reconsider the vote whereby the main question was ordered on the bill. The motion was rejected?yeas 78, nays 93. After this vote had been taken. Mr. Scheuck demanded the floor to go on with hi* internal tax bill, and claimed that there was an under standing between hlmsell and Mr. Lynch, to the effect that at the expiration or the hour the bill was to go over until to-morrow, unless It was d;-iosed of within the hour. Mr. Faros worth said he was not a party to an? such understanding. Any arrangement of that character between the gentleman from Ohio and the gentleman from Maine could not bind the House, and he insisted that as the previous au est ion had been seconded, the tonnage bill aould be considered until disposed of. Mr. Schenck said he had been taught a lesson about yielding. He would make no further op position to the consideration of Mr. Lynch'a bill, but he gave notice that he would not yield again until his internal tax bill was dis|*osed of. The House then proceeded with the tonnage bill and amendments. M r. Butler withdrew bis amendment in rela tion to deferential duties. Mr. Wood s amendment to strike out the 3d and 4th sections of the bill was agreed to. Mr. Ingersoll's amendment allowing Iron ships lor the uae of American ciiiaeas ta be imported iree or duty wss rejected?yea* 77, nays JW. A number or other amendments to i>erfect the bill were adopted under yea and nay votes. The question was then taken on the substi tute for the whole bill offered by Mr. Lynch, and it was agreed t >. On ordering the bill as amended to be engrossed and read a third time, he ayes and nays were ordered and resulted? veas 60, nays ICS. This vote was aub>equently reconsidered and the Lill was recommitted. Mr. Famswortli (111.) moved ? take up the bill which passed the Senate on Saturday In relation to the ju<lges of election of the cities of Washington and (J.argetawn. Mr. Ela (N. H.t an(f Mr. Kerrim (N. Y.)ob ^Mr. Farnsworth then moved to ptooeed to the busine. 1 on the Speaker's tab*. This was tSrAZf(nuo.H?. ?? concurred In the bill in relation to a a P? court in the District or Gsl?mbi?. and a com mittee ol conference was ordered. Tot Dogma or IjfiBVUmnxr The printed acheaps of the dogma lntallibtlity has been disturb^ It contains Ave 1. If any on* shoald -wrrsL-'S'S hlJ* say that there exists in tal' woS!? another infallible chair of ths truth tte worjd Christ our Lord, dwtlact and 1 <* *??1 ? rJTvone^bould deny that the "divine *? -UEi rf the chair oY Blessed Fetor is w*mr^vto the true way of eternal salrattoa ^f*Tr^men, whether uaftithful or faithful, w he tber laj m?or bishops, tat him be 'T'lf any one should say that each Roman Pontiff, legitimately dgUd js ao<, by Divlae risht the successor of Blessed Peter, eren tn ,.t La <i,n (mtalHfiilnv At % the aift of the intalllblUtv of a^ristsrixm, and Word of God pare from all oetruptkm and error, let him M anathemai 6 If anT one shoald say that general eounclls are established by God ta the Church ae a i ower of feediac the Divtaa fleek la the word ofSth"nperior to the Boman Pontiff, ar equal to him, or necessary by IMriaa institution in order that the mtmfittenmm ot the Beaaa Bishop Kid be prewnred InlaUiWe, let him be VOier twothoaeaad^ Bona venture station ta oae batch tor the Usj* states. If the Oasadiaas cant aaaez their ter ritory. they oaa awt themeelrte, to the United Btinpoaa, May ii ?r Fl*er 4i'l Mai we .k s i S* ? w".'- V-r**?1 i! **" *j. ? ' ' ? * ?+mm7mTmi *> rr|i?, tl|l??|]M ? whi?a,r Ton, Hat SI ?Ploir dall u ku? ? ?* and .1< chain? tVwn dati mi<1 Ik- >? y ' *?" eaSy'It JaV^S?* dall Money SIS uKbZJu ?'?? ?h,r1 *?* lurth OmvIumi, ol4, 19. new. m %. W"*KWT*?NomM, rinnrmiii As a?ntr?Tbe PmbtMu (Corral Aeaalhto ln??,?? ?| I'biladei |>lna baa settled the f rra*' feature* of KOMMnruon *0 tar w 'ey-r-rrnr to 22* *? ??*?? <W^r..?X. t&tJEZhZ point* "There will he thirtv-twe Si nodv in thi* ? "I!7 unrr *?*? ?* <?? ??"* fb?elK ?^\A 1.bo* all meet Th^tl Jtt! *n:' u?e rirtiimm gyyi. *"? ? far another riar. no cbangelatfce tt(w?r form of ? Hereafter H propone* that no frr.brt.-ry ?ball ESgrtnrte mu*t be submuted t-thSTnJh.Sy ??!*? --** U U ^ w 1 ^? >T . nofirn or the ft^fm * i PIC" to ???? their reports It ftill remain* to pi? an art l?-*allv r.?rvti ssssrA^ ffiert nce to them h*? h*en to <W?tlrw rh*tr ? mulnnn 1 wJb** 00,1 ?f Ui?J niunionerr board* a ho Mill remain* f-> be ( ^"A. H. Stephen* foeaon crutche*. ?TSuimUt Wr report* at NMi.tu r*nn we railed "Horticalttiml Garden?- * *???? rSuXKSj^* d*T" **Caar"" c*r^,tr f?r fJT??bV\JLn?t* EHjf?fL ???*U? place J i>.^8rBjsr;o"rJ of K^miuer' ?f *? Y? **** Nay* Mr*. E. C. Ktinton'i I? 0D? of ttie l?eM HtHfikerii it heard but bis wife can eaaity dt^-oam him -STf".J!M*P*.' n,an f>' ? divorce from his SifctTfJS? ^ the b*u~?k at tao ?J5rAJI<*t5.#l",?r"or *** Ur*n'> Army ha* been or*amaad recent I r at OkxiceHer. Ma?. 4tB6r"<,,rh ?*? ***'"* 'he place of ??cash" bov? ill iiianr of the dry foorf- atyre* |? Hew York. uv?TT.,ch*'' ?ow*r,,t th?> first colored cadet at ?o? *"}"* .,her* OB Tucvlar Hex, torn Mi^iaaippi, and l? of purelv African de ,M rece,T#<1 rather coldly by the ca *firaT occurre-l in K chmon i. Va., Tx ,.e ^ - 'n which Cou(rea?mau Forter aui Co ector Humphrey* were roo^ilehandled. -*y*A-lftB>?<? deapatcb *ay? that the !>em> fffcil, Lomml -loner* ?f Election will ^.re cer t beatea of election to all the lteaocratic cao didat,. on the eatire city ucket at l>?-hii*on College have "tt"lhct?rr.y nettled. The reCellioaa f'**** reroraed their college datiea. and .*? wil' r a turn to aaamination on ?lone ?tU with their ~ J) E rut A L> > 1. LITHOttkiPHUIU. Orrict orCi'v.moicMi Tr *Tta. | _ . Wi-Hiitoii'N. Itf J, Wu.j n^To E^1^? J*1" '?* re< ri\?d *t thia i.m< ?> ll2Ji?3^^BRLrT >!.*""* ,h' Pom^^m ?? tbe wroerai Lim Office) ?ad printing ??"ut> twi> thou *and copiea <4 tbe Conn. ?t*d Map <4 the United 8 2ltT ** ?>?' ?~ara Land 0?oe. tiS^thtolew ?a,fseke ^ br a^tc*" **tr "? I T J1" priatia* will ha far.iaho.1 fieUrilt *** ' ""I ta laa contractor free of I'ropoaala will l>e rrelved tor th<- whol- or for a p?jrtion of map. rojairrd. . IV 'y'!':*1 b,dder will be repaired to enter into bo ad. with two anretiee. apprei b> the U 8. Attorney at the fiaoe where tbe btd<i<r r?.id*a. in taa ram of ten tboanand dollara. for tbefaitlifnl aar formaace of tbe contract. A II CI, A PP. *ll lt ConcraaMoaal I'niiur. J OKI'AN '6 Willi* HI LPUlB bPElhUS^ MKUKKJCK COLNTY VA, Only IJ? mile* Irom bteph^n?on'a Depot P. O., a point on the Harper * Ferry aad Win cheater biir<?4. Ave mile* from W inrheater. . J,.ii?iV'TK\^'r,T^ SK^ff-1. 'i favorable circamataacea thaa at any tuneVi^l^a mace the war. aad erery eff,,rt will bemadelJB T to *i*a antir- aatiafar v .n to all the fneata , Band of Mn.ic will be ta aitendaare. stWJSK'iKiis',:' "-"?"" '* ????? ?? a3lSK!S!SS my a <a?t" Owner and Pr.^n.t.W, ^OiKBBIDUlC AUI I PBI|?B,u OPCN MAY lira, mi. favorite aail celebrate Watering ni?? . n?w in conipleta .>r,ler f?r th, aPU?* if iu*uTtMI >mpro??mei,u kai>V^4A Itrti added totbabniWinee elnce the ?wv?L li.ba>aat h?<1 into u,e .....h" .. .uTtt, mM* prietor. and it i. hi. par>?e to k'^r-a it Pa^^Ji P'" eerpa^d anywherr^ J.TTiJSf.iCT* TbS 9*jP?J&ar cara or rr?atly r.lie,t. P? f?t the lawn* and bElh^^ & band of mo.ic, aad ia (aneral all the anm*emept and recreation u*uail> f..m, i rammor re?wt. will be at the c^^^oOha at "BocaaaiDGK Anna." Tbe ?|^ L 1^5? e\ra t<? thirteen h>ur* of Kiclioiufi>1 wn> -I Baltimore. Ac -.by rail. all ia day liaht "tiirMTl t^sfrzSTmgt ftsrsa'staraa K^ZSir ?FTbe Burklihilft W atei and Aluiu M?w for MJe by the principle t>ru?iat of tbr fnitad St.tea -????? ?*-*?* p*IKTlXt) ISMS. ' """'/KSLKSa*' "pWtIK^d flv^t,.ypS.yiK??? . .. ^ AKKIhlllli, %r.. ? leny Ku*d and Thirty-third street. EOBIKJMiNU Ql lTK DKYlMi IShH. ' ?* Newspaper* and Peter*. Book and Pamphlet work, Bill and setter Uaada.Cards.Circular*. Bili* 01 r are, mc _ From Petarahurtt. Va.. Index. ??ux?i's PaisTiJti. l>a* ?La <>ar advertiatac Column* will be fannd a noml? r of extracts front vv. <iHiun Wit* u*: IWIIIl'l ? ?J uui ? " * <M ' AIIMIB IIVJII D'WfHi? ri 'inpltuientiiif the Printiac Ink **aaa factored at tba Ura* ? Ferr? Prtatina ink W. rka. Philadelphia. C. B Bohlaeon. proprt<ws?. We haro b. en usinx the ink manufactured at thee* work* for a year pa?t.a*4it baaalwa>* pro\ed eatiatailory. Br. Bobin*<? deeene* tb? ?nr..urac**n- tit A(Mj ? tronaeeo# the praw. and of printer- (eoerally. far the lo.loving good and *ufl< tent rvaaon*. rU. First. He we. I he first to pat down the price ??f prtntina ink to a reasonable ftgnre. Becooil This tak eauaia. it it dots not surpaa* in ?ualitr. that of any other ?aaOMlarsr. n Wle hi. price* are as l<>w as any Other. Third. Mr Bobiam>n is one of tbe a*o.t plea.ant ai.d acConiao<lMin? M atlemen to daal with thai we ever n?e< with. B"*id>?* hi. uew.paprr lak*. be alao mannlnciore* the m -et raparior and desir able uaalitie* of job Ink. hi. best qaalitie* l><m on excelled by aay other manufactured auyw TO PBIKTUH I^^Safrbwnnri'iif tor seearaf weeks a >ar> ftne aaalitv of lak, frwm the Urn* a Ferry n:am:factory of O. k B< >B1 S8< >N , which oar pn eman aara Is the heat for cylinder pree* aewe work that they iiaye aaed for a luMthia, it ma ?r black, and tree Iran all kind*7-?diment. Mr. lasoa is a practical ink manufacturer, liberal and eeartaoa* in all his bnsiiiaa. transaouon*. and we are tree te rsetaaassad his iak and htmsi H to the pair on**, of all printers whe desire a good article at y ery cheap rataa. From tit* Phillipsburf Pa., Journal. TH* Isne of the "Journal" h printed with Ink fr<ai th> Gray's Kerr} Printiac lak Worha, Phila delphia, and greatly to our aatistacUuw. it enrf any we have heretofore used It deserv es the upon It by i H m WITH ?IT PB1CB1 DB. 4. BBAVFIBLDB IKIALI lit I I. ATOM. WOMAN S BK8T thlk.W It will restore . monthly "period of Back aad partial Ptol ore the secretion*, reller * all pain at tho esceaaiy* We. and to'K^mfnd*. Ittoasrure a care ta all the above ?a niae is la chills aad ferer. Wt?f?* (Wr* Lkrmirirer of all the abOT* dl ????*?*>; rerenf*n? Mr mmVlilat. to any a hich 1s always mortifyiac to thsir prUU H is recommended by th* best phyiioiaa* aad th* _"/or fall aartiealara. history ef diasaas*. and see tiheato of its wondsrfnl enraa. the rsadsr is retarred to the wrapper around tbe bottle rate of its wonderful carta, the reader is referred - the wrapper aronnd the hot Us mj ? m,w J,ly