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TliK EVENING STAR. |
rTELI'lE* (HIT, iniq twpltt, f
At Itio Htnr IliUUllnar.
1W. Ccnwr Ffna?7!Taai? At. aad UJta St,
rr Tsi
KffJLM STIR MKTO1PEB OVIST.
TE* STAR ;? rn"d fc? carrier* tn th-tr ?u*?
?rlt?r* !a tb* <71?y and Dtatriat at Tfi Cms PIK
or foin ron Cixti pii momtb. CVpiv*
al tha i-ontrr, Two ?**??.
Fits f<>* Moatba. f 1.40;
Biz MomUm. f l.OO Ub? Y -*r f i 0?. Ho M*?n
?re M-nt/nm Ik' .>??ca l?n*?r than ?akl for.
TUB WCtkLT bTAIl? ?utu?had <* Friday
MAnlpf- Al SO ? T V.
V?~. 36-N2. 5.424.
WASHINGTON, D. C mniMniv h vivt , ?
AM I SEMENTS.
S
?KOND ABBCAL BCBUETZENFEST
or jnr.
?E"BQETOWN SCH* ET/EN VFKEIN,
ST
kren sprinos sh??otin<: park
MONBA1 AMI TIE* PAT. A fl lit 4X!>
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I Ul/t ?|i'??TIN? ASP H >WLIN<1. OOBCBRT
AM? IMSI I ILLUMIN A
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' i tn ' ??t !: r Hi.-h ?n1 ir (li*?rr"l< to
Hi I'i'k. ,ijr>-V_
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AKIJ?V 51 (iAIcLKSY
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OIL FA IB Tl BOB FOB SALE.
jn?t rr 1*^ PICTi KKS 1??? P-^n.
b' ' ? - jy'* tf
w
ashinotob ? 1T? oarpen.
SEW T"RK AYENIE.
B i*m 1 *t a.Ni> Jlo BTsrna.
mru ??i
A
J Kt.'r- >*'* <iaf Fnmt y ti'iort on t.u
>.Vr"p.rrn P'?ia.
TknOAkDKN n n? w open (siu.e the return of
f Uv irofifti r hi rr. G> nn o n ih ? Earn " ~
t?M p <s. f r th- r-frtilii'ii ind annis*ni-ut
of re-p?cte* i. pal Ufa, wh" may he aasttred /
'hattf-** T be rrot'- ? an- enuoy-|
?atrir mir mfr:-ty. fuilitf ckiMtya mu ra
k rtkrrr'n^tfMir nr-.ty. Tti* re will *lw?> * i.e
avrn-t? ?! tc i?-nK-ita an ??! 1 am of rrfri *km>>Btil
?:'d :-c i r> Tknr?l*y> fr m 4 to 10 o'clock p m .
tnitr BMatal (the favorite Wemian garl- n
coco rt.) Tbe American puMie ir> cordially in
vit d to try tti? r.-w iMfitutlnn forthejr health and
laamirii' l -V luiI ERNEST LO-.F/LEll
ANALOSTAN IsLANPI
The c-.i'er*ign?*i. having rsfltted^M^*
arxi rrepar' 1 thi* lovely end N-autlfel Wand I >r
the rereptb to* tl( .>/('> tod PLEASVftB PAU
TJ AS. re*pectfn?ly ca , the att-ntion of the pabl'C
i. Uie eeni- ArpU-etini'* f r pic-nics. etc., may M
ssa^s at HKNBTA 49 Hreen ?rwt,
9Mn*t<'?D. B A. EAlSBB ft HERMANN
B1CHTER my M 3m*
II 4H)Un ?xblbitlon\l? 4N
7th S and Male { 7th
Innt t it f Btafbt
HABKRITEB'Bi
Ma.d** S?v*ith*tr*mt, between P and B streets.
At*Ai Dvurr atori fit i HtU.
Cbotce Oii Painting*. Engrn-iugn, Chrosaos, Ac.
4'so, Larre?t Stock P*p-r hanging-. Wiadcw Shad. *,
r?ctr--e ?"rar.-?. Picture Ctord and Ttaeb. Rings,
B ilia. Ac , hi the Piarrict.
?r* TK HMi* CASH
PV-aae rmi-Blur Same and Nnmh-r apM-ly*
4 IT REPOSITORY.
'Jii bTBEBT,
H,iirtr? Tkfl'tnlk n?'l you/tti?ik St*.
OTL rAIBTlBM, IBOBATIIWi
PHUT*KJBAPB3, 17HBOMOB. ft*..
BOOBB-8 tiROUPS O* CULPTUBB.
ABTiaTB' MATBBIALS.
ST AT I BTTBS, ftc.. A? .
ri'TDBB PBAMKB.
COBD ABD TA3SBLB, ftc , ft?.
VBLYBT PAS8B PAUTOCT9.
PABU>B BBACEBT8. ft*
a r? a m i (nent for
HOLIDAY
at 1ftIT ft. T. B. BB1TB.
SUMMER RESORTS.
J< RDAS ^ WHITE MLPUCBSPBIBO^
KBEBIBltK CiTTsTT. TIBlilM A
Ci,lt 1 mi!e?l- iu 9t<pb<u?>-tj aPept't f. apoint
oii tL* ll?rp^r a P>rr? ?n<1 Wii.ch'itter B w.
r >a?1. tiT< mile* ?rt>m Wincli^uter.
Tt.- H rim Pl?e is u< ? prii under J- nr >
? ral . cirrniii?t:mc'? than at anv tin^ i*
-T'f !>??? mar, n: i ?r:\ .g it Will l'?l
n tie t?> give ?-Ltir> ?at -:ai:ti<in to ail the J
A ftieriTT BABDOr MUB1C will be iu attn<
sn ..a*..' Mwiarrt'V an? Pan< . ?ill Is- Ii ?
? at 1} ,-i*en .i';r:i.u tb? e< a<wi
sprits Pamphlet# for dtarrlbuti<n at th*- Sfrii<p"
m <1 :?r Si? "?r!* r Ionian ft B-'ir* r?, Baltitn'r?*.
Tb Butiuiur- aiul Ukio R%i r ?1 <_? oparn i<-ne
tr p thMtMa for tire day*, frtn Haiti
' -ret St phen* a * I'epr-r aaJ r?-tQru. at *8. JT'IU
U *?t.r.2t' ii to umr at ft7 70
T- l? (traph < flii-f In full op?ration.
Ti i?.* 1'i ??r Ja> $17 Ni pr week, ind B?* ji?r
n . nth. Childrt-n at d c-l->re?{ servant* halt price.
>? l ite aer??j>?? three fourths, cr accurdltiU to ac
r< tamodationa.
y? In E. V JOBPAB
'I'llk 1M>RCHB>TKR HI.I S*. C'ASIBRIlKiB.
I MAKYLAKl) -UBNNEIT BROS
Pr> pri?t. r?. havhie ret'irni?h?-d. renovi
? fid V.U* L?-vl a largr?iR( to their we
k.t w? H"tel. are c w r^ady t .r the recepf <t? .
?wii r b * Pi raona de-iring a hnm? free
fi'iu thrtnroi ilaof the hot :?i?d cruwdeil city, will
fci.d all th'T d>"ir-. T< r further int"rm;iti.<n. ad
W- HF.NNETT BROS .< aaibridge, Md jiU ln'
()1MY POlBT PAVILIOB.
I S' (bMfif, ftf/.?
V? til iijwii for the rrc- pfioL of Vmit ft . ? A
? r?. Tt'E>f>A Y. July .1. K9. Thi* |?iPu YhBV
l*r ? * rt tuen *r>ativ enlarirad by
aiJ ' .on of n< ? ami c< mni'>divu? bniMinita, tlia
r t?i??i tkcnn(bl> r?n.>vated. an I the whole estab
I ?hm?-nt ?rpplv-d witli 'ttttrtj nnr hmrmtlirt. T**n
I'm A!U}% Fishing and Sail B^ats. and every appli
arice r <*^aary for the cotntort ani plcasnre of
?ji)e?ta The Baitmiore and Norfolk H ats and the
Dalt>D.< re and A^nia t.'reek B-..?t? pa-* daily
Ten**- wt da? . 917.*? p<r week. r*r mcnth
? f O^r'T day* ? hildren and iervanta nail pt ce.
? r Inf nation will be lurnished at tb-Offl. e
of iff Metro* litan H -tel. j?*3u tf
e rerep-1 Tf
llflBT EfB HOTEL,
LOSO BR ASCII. SB W JKR.fg r,
W ill tt Opeiird for the Reception ol Uueata on the
il#tb Jane.
Tf ??Tarn'*. ?nf ?trn. :>;r- I. catad atth?i
"I' ut' kt." f thi* n. w fani"'is *'iuim r"
t- ?- r*, baa ail th~ a>ii aotage* of modern a
tiuprvvea>ectacalc?late4 to make ita gaeata i
is every reapect.
Tb. prr* nal attentloa of Mr. JAMICSBTKBS
ami Mr PETBB UAKONER. ao long kn wn to the
tra^eltnc pat 'ic. will aurely fi-wact^f to thO?e that
favor th*ffi witktbvu patronage, all the comfort they
car w -h I r
rer Rorna. ftc^aaplr on the are?iaee. arby letter
a..dr^dto SfKBS, OARD5EB A CO- .
jel4 tf W aat Bnd Hotel, lo^ng Branch, N.J.
;iai!
ti HfeSaCd
WOQid
af
IV KU PBL'U 8TORB ?The nnderaigned would
li call the atteniioa of the citis-na o( Waah- ?
r,?t. n gen-rally, and of the Flr*t and S?<*>nd<
Wvrd* particaUrly. to tho store at the corner
of L and Uib atreeta. which they hare jaat,
Dened With a
BBW BTWB AID FlXTrBBB.^^^"
ar d pMn tb-?naelv^e to keep etrictlr a flrat clans
- ! r- ?i I- I Rl G *TORK, wt,?r at all h an .f
the 4a? and at?*< the pnblic may betoralahed with
pure and reliable PBUtift.
ft DAT19 ft CO.,
ye7 Jm Apcthecarws and Praggiaf
^BIKK SHIRTS SHIBia
' W*. H FAl LB N BB wobM reeaectfallv inform
t.? old cnat<im*rs and the citixeaa of W a*hing1on in
gearral that he caa be found at m 4 1 0 11th *treet,
u**r Pannarlvania av^ane, where he ia prepared to
:? ake >H IBTS to order in the aioet approved man
? -r and at low pncea The cut and finish of hia
>hirta art- uo well known to aeed turlb- r tiotioe.
1' rsoaa flndin* their wn material caa have it made
cr at phort s*ticf .
A r>"d OPERATOR on Wheeler A Wilson a S. w
!Lif Machine wasted I Rep ) jy? lm
TDK WARRBB POCBLEOVEN
( OOHlNUftNP HEATIBU RANGE
A fell ?nppl> of allaixeaon band.
B K SIMPSON. ,
STKWAKT STOVM A? KSI'Y.
100S Penuaylvania avenue.
l-etw en P tb and llth street'
L"? f. -I %1 MKR USB.
I Boy ibr STEWART 8TOTE
E F SIMPSON,
Pa aTe . b?-t 10th .ad Uth ?t*
K HCONOMT,
?i:j STEWART S IMPBoVB?
E. F SIMPSON.
1IO} Pa. ave . bet H>th and llth -t?
t EVI ET PI RPOBB.
Bn. STEWART S SToVB.
? ? STEWARTS C?K>K. with all the Impr ce
BrW<
R F SIMPSON,
I MP9 Pa are . bet. h'tb and llth ???.
0 T 1 C B~
K
I ad* r the arrangiawnta made a ad r< r.rQSBmated
r.'TT* the cc partners conpeeing the 8rm of
'iEE? < HAiiVli K ft I'U. tha entire manage
?teat aadt~j.tr. i 'Wlllara Hotel haapaa*ea I a to
k- b U ul the an4er*^ned, who ia (run this date
*-,n* '~?oa?lble therefor.
J?Lrl.. !f7p. JAMES STEEB
JrxiM.187B.
* ?" V K EH acknr wleggee hi' grateful obligation*
tatu na of Millard* Hotel, and prutnieea to
al.u ?b?li \ lait hia houae to extend every SUM
m >m atc n.B>udaUoa that may lie in hia
*?_ _ jaJttf
V E'lAL ATTESTION called to the following
g WHITE UOOPS ,nst r-c?ivid (roa the
?-w i(efc aa< una ?
?54 ?? LaiLes H? mat Itched Handkerchiefs, war
rat' u *| linen, 1 'i cent* aiiece. worth 14 e-nt*
1? d' / n U-ats' Linen ll.n.'i^d ll .u lV rt hi. f*.
*i % ten, worth S-5. Ml d. a.-a Liuen Hen luteal
f aMker?il"fe If* ado*., Wortk KB J ?? dents'
L '-n l,ad?'-p hiefs. fS ados . worth 1l 40.
)aip. V it-|..rui atH 3tok M Lawn. UA cec'a per
??r4. *'%kSc?iti. Sv yards ditto. 33 eta . worth
tt r?-?ja?
Ar.oth* l??t ef B: d ^3|? Id, 1^ arc!
*V?M? f* ijrd.
* ^r .iliafit#* T?ry chf*f
'iff L.qi for
t?a>rj im HeOtor? *tx1 Lilian Tuw#if
? 4.1 WuE*,
?TT tf IS'JO Pconejlf ai*i? a?eaae
SPECIAL NOTICES.
?
pi'hb wmn amd LiqroBH.
H?x in* made arrangements *ilh s*m? of the best
I>i?t11l*-r??-? m ?h?- country (or ol?l whi*kiea, I oiler
the folic wing well known bran Is at vary low prkea.
via: The celebrated Old Crow, ?Ten years old. ?3
per gall,.u. J. A. Bow en's. 5 years old. 9* per gal
I? n K< bsrtsun a, 4 years old. S3 SI) per gallon. Old
Family Nectar. J years old.81 9" per gallon. Thecel
ebrated Pine Appieirectltl""d,'?l 3M p?r gallon. Lon
don Old T.iwn Gin. a'tper gallon Stonght-n Bitters
$2 per gallon. Dry Catawba still. (from Urbatii
H ibe CVmiNnr.l e2.X> per gallon. Hcuppcrnoig
?tillfrom North Carolina. ?'i p>-r gallon. All the
at v< is st l-a?t 91 per gallon cheaper than en be
got elsewhere for the name gride. _
Liberal disronnt to the trade. C. GAUTIBR,
Proprl ror of the celebrated Native Wine Bitters
Ho. 1^17 and l'Jl?? P"*im-ylva^ia avenue, ami *4
North Charles street. Baltimore MJ. je 14
IMO. PESKY DAVIS' 1970.
VEGETABLE "FAIH KILLEB."
Alter THIRTY year- trial, is still recwiviug the most
nnciiali: ed testimonials to Its virtue. from persons
of the highent character and rmnailMlitT. I'll) -
sit tans of the tirst respectability recommend It a- a
n. st effectual preparation for the extinction of pain.
It '? i.ot <'1,1/ tlie beat remedy ever known for Outs,
Bruises. Bams. Ac . bnt f<>r Dysentery or Cholera,
or any serf of bowel complaint, it in a remedy un
surpassed for efficient y and rapidity of action. In
the {treat cities of India, aad other hot climates, it
l:ua become the Standard Medicine for all such com
plaint*. as well a" for Dyspepsia. Liver C^nolaints,
and other kindred disorders. For Coughs an.1 Colds,
( anker. Asthma, and Rhenmati,- difficulties. it baa
been proved, by the m< st abundant .?nd convincing
testimony, to be an invaluable medicine.
sold by all Druggists. jy5 lm
NARR1AVE N HOXOBABLE.
? ESSAYS For YOUNG MEN, on the honors,
p'"?-nres. and advantages of a happy Madcaji. is
c> nfra?t??l with Single Lite, and the fearfnl Evils
or CrLtSACT, in modern time*. Sent rrea, in s-^ied
envelopes. Addr"?a. HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
B x P. Philadelphia, Pa. ms23 iu,w.f,3m
ttnti
A
BATCHELOR'a HAIR DTK.
This splendid Hair Dye la the beat In the world.
Harmless, reliable. Instantaneous, does not oontain
> ad. nor anj ntalu poison to arodr.ee paralysis or
death. Avoid the Taunted and delusive preparations
fc aetin* virtues th?y do not posaesa. The g"nnHin
* A Batchelor's Hair Bye has had thirty years
nntarniohed repnta'ion to uphold its Integrity as
the only perfect Hair Dyo?Black or Brow*. Bold
by all Dinggista. Appllad at IB Bead street.
"IT fsl-tr
PIC N1CS, EXCURSIONS, Ac.
E'lBST GRAND PIC NIC
PIONEER < OUNCIL NO. 1,
SONS OK JONaDAB.
AT ANALOSTAN ISLAND,
ON W EDHBSDAY, AUGUST :i. 1H70
Holy Hill Band engaged. Ferriage Free. tfcv*ts
|t :tve High street wbarl every three minute*
for the Island Positively no intoxicating
ii-iii< rs allowed on the premtae* Dancing will j
? ? r-.rm-n?e at .'So clock p. m. Tick-t- S$cents,I
admitting a gentleman and one lady. Ladies' tickets
25 cents extra anl .tr
PXCVSSIVN AND PICNIC
JtJ OPTHR
ST A X DREW S SOCIETY,
TO MARSHALL HALL.
ON TUESDAY. AL'i.UbT ltt, 1??70.
The Steamer A BROW will leave the foot of 7th
street ?t'> 2" a. m and 4 p m.
T: ket?-*ieutlcmen, 41; Ladies,.')J
ta. Children under 12 years, fre -.
coxxiTTKe:
James K. Kerr. John H Smsll,
William Cruikshank, John Gibson,
Aleva-nler Pa'erxm
anl s.M MCliRUtW BALLOCH, Prudent.
/?BAND ABMY PICNIO.
A Pit NIC will be nheii. nndti the an*
pes < t GEORi.E H TUtiMAS PO>T, 1
**, Grand Army of the Uepublic,
AT ANALOSTAN ISLAND.
ON THCRSDAY Ai'TERNOON. Al'OJ.'.-T 11
Boats will commence running from foot of High
*tr et. Ksoraetewn. at ^o'clock p.m .for the Island.
D.tncicg ? ill commence at 4 and cea?e at 11 o ? lie k
p m. Mniic by the Murine Band, under the leader
ship ot Professor F. Prosperi.
Supp- r and refn ihm? ntson the grounds.
Ticketi. wO cents. a<lmitting a geutleiuai. and la
d ??. No extra charge for ferriage.
T ckets can had of any ot tbe Comrades ot lh>
F -r at Ellis'Music Stcre; or at the wharf at tb?
footo' High st.. on the dnv of the Pi^-nic aul-lot
" cjL
'pi
E AN1I AL EXCURSION
JOl BNKYMBN BotlKB!NDKRS SOCIETY
will take place at
CLYMONT
MONDAY, August Mli. 1S70.
Tl.e ?t' amer Wawaset will leave 7th ^tre^t wtiarf
? t * ? m . 2 p. m . and 7 p. m return
ing, will leave Glytuout at 11 a. m., 5J
p. ni . ai>d l'> p.m '
Ticket- ? Imittitig a G-ntletnan and Lady, #1; ad
diti- nal Ladi-- ticket- uO cents, which may be hod
ot ii4>mbet> of the t^'Ciety or at the boat.
Meal* and i eireshaien:* can be pro ured on the
boat and grounds at city pricoa.
A p'e&saiit and agreeable time may be expected by
?!l wbo participate d this occasion.
JAMES E. BCLLOOK.
i.EOK'.B H. M A UREB.
J A. B ESPBY.
.'AMES T. BLAKKNKY.
and JOHN A. PBBK1NS,
anl ? t Committee of Arran?eni'-nts
J^XCLBSION AND PIC-NIC BY
COLUMBIA TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION,
a? ioi.
AT GLYMONT. THPRSDAT. Atcr'T 4. 1??T0.
Tickets, admitting a gentleman and lady, 81: la
dl?* ticket*,. AO rente _IT*"S k
The W A W AsKT will leave " ? f ^ r
a hart at 8 a ni, at S p.m., and * p
m. Ketuxmug, will leave Gl> Riutit at 12m. and 6 and
lit ni.
Meals and refreshment* furnished upon the
grounds at city prices.
Good music, good order, and a pleasant time mty
be expected. jy'Z'l aotf
I^OH MOUNT VERNON.
The steamer ARROW, Cant. Thomas Btackp- le,
leaves her aharf, foot wf 7tn street,
DAI I. Y., except Sandsya.lat 10 a m .
f. r MOl NT VIRNON. touching at1
Alexandria. Ports Poote and U aahington, Marshall
Hall. Md . White House and lone. Vs., returning to
the city at 4 p. ni.
JAMES SYKE8. Gen 1 Snpt.
M27 tf Office?Williard s Hotel.
FC. BEICHEBBACH*i Plana Store.
a A'o. 4?5 1 HA Street, above Pennn. Avenue,
(RsTABLMHen OVF.K 'JO YEARS.)
Sole agency for the sale of the celebrated PIANOS
ot Wui. Rnabe A Co , Baltimore, and Wm..
Mc<'amnion. Albany also, second hand Pi-_
anoa. Organs and Meiwde..nsfor sale or rent"
on the moat aecMiimodating terms. Piano and Organ
Tuning and B- pairing ap4 ly*
WAR
WE HAYS DECLARED WAR
A tl A IK ST HICH rucn,
BY 0FKEB1NG OLR
ENTIRE STOCK
OF
SUMMER CLOTHING,
A T COST
FOR CASH ONLY"!
YOU WILL
ADD TO YOUR COM PORT,
BAVB YOUR MONBY.
Alt
IMPBOYE YOUR LOOKS
BY BUtINU
TOl'B H UES CMT1MO
AT
UABLE BROi,
)Ji rtNNSYLYANU AVENUE.
IBDKM UNITED STATES HOTEL.
N B ? We wVl rewore ta enr NEW BTORB.cor
rr 7th and D stieeta, al at the tkl off A>igu-t.
iVl^ti HABLE BROS.
EVENING STAR.
Washington News and Gossip.
Treascrer Si'iMMtR rect ivedthe tlrst instal
ment of ?he iitw <.,-<0 notes on Saturday.
Gkmekal Kii.fatrjck, oar minist.r to Chili,
is expected to re.urn here in a mouth or so.
Piter Sioiiv, E y., tlie newly appoint ?d
A?M*tant Treasurer at Baltimore, Mil., entered
upon the dUcbr'ge of hi? dut.es to-day.
Liit t. Ezra Leonard. U. S. N.f died at ?'ic
Naval Hospital at Chelsea, Mn?? , on Friday
last.
P. omotfd.?A. Kodrigue hps been promoted
from a 3d to a 4th-class clerkship in the Secre
tary's OiEce, Treasury Dep.ntoient.
ArpoiKTFO?The Secretary or the Navy has
ap{>ointed Wm. T. Davlan, of PhilaJclphia, an
acting gunner in the navy.
Wi invite attention ta the able comminu
tion of Alderman Moore upon the question of
the corporation appointments.
Walt. Whitman, "Good Gray Poet." and
clerk in the Attorney Genei al's office, left liere
a few days since for his usual summer recreation
011 Lang Island.
Tnn President will probably virit this c:ty
during the present week, to consult with mem
bers of b'? cnblnet on various matters before
leaving for St. Lou?-'.
Toe V. S. Stealer QtriKHEBACO, which ar
rived home n short time since from ttic South
Atlantic tlcet, was put out of commission it
Norfolk, Va., on Friday, and her officers and
?Tt-w paid oil.
Skcretary TEi-TCNAr, who lias b?eu on a
tour oT in<pec^on through New Knglar.d with
General A. B. Dyer, is at 1-ong Branch wirh
the President to-day, and will return here to
morrow morning.
ACCIDEJST TO commissioner i)EI.ANO.?A tel
eitraiu received by Deputy Commissioner Doug
lass this morning from Mount Vernon, oh o,
announces that Commissioner Delano fell from
a wagon on Friday last, and b :dly iractured lis
fight arm. The accident will keep him at boose
in Mount Vernon for several weeks.
The Yaci.t America, now belonging to the
1". S. Navy. which will participate in fie New
York regatta for the Queen's cup, was a school
ship at the Naval Academy for several years,
?id about two months since was towed to Sew
York where she bas been refitted, and is now In
good repa'r. She is of 100 tons burden, and
formerly corned three gun#.
KEeuriTS for the FrontiER.?The Super
intendent of General Recruiting Service at
New York bps been directtd to forward 2)0
re? rui?s to Omaha, Nebraska, lor assignment to
duty in the lith Intautry, Department ol' the
Platte.
Secretary Boctwell having designated
Mum Abby Baker to act as> Librarian of the
Treasury Department, quite a change has been
made in that office, and on Saturday all of the
male clerks in the Library were transferred to
other rooms; and their places will be tilled by
female clerks.
Fr*D8 Exhapstrt>?On account of the very
small unexpended balance to the credit of tlie
army transportation and Quartermaster's De
partment account*, the settlement ot all claim*
in the Third Auditor'seffice will soon be discon
tinued under the opin'on of the Attorney Gen
eral. noticed in The Star of Saturday.
Jahitors to be Dismissed.?In the recent
appropriation bilk provision is made for fuel,
lights, &c-, for the pnblic buildings, but no ap
propriation is made >or the pay of Janitors,
therefore orders have been Issued from the
Tressury Department for the discharge of
Janitors employed at custom houses, and other
pnblic buildings throughout the country.
Retired Capt. George B. Carse. 45tli in -
tantrv, has been, by direction of the President,
placed upon the retired list in accordance with
the provisions of the late army bill, he having
become incapacitated for active duly on ac
count of long and faithful service and wounds
rcc< ived in battle.
Brig. Gen. John B. Mcintosh has also been
retired, with the rank of brigadier, on account
of losing his right leg from a gunshot wound at
the battle of Winchester In 1S61.
The Yacht Amesica now ownel by the
United States.as previously announced, will take
part in the New York regatta for the Queen's cup
this week. Master Harrison G. O. Colby has
been ordered to the America, and will aseist
Commander Meade in the management of the
craft. A crew of excellent seamen have been
put on board, and great contidcnce is expressed
here in the sailing qualities of the world-re
r owned yacht. A number of prominent naval
officers, together with Secretary ltobesoii, ex
pect to go on and witness the regatta.
Gold Sales and Bond Pcr* bases.?Secre
tary Bout well betore leaving issued Ills instruc
tions to the Assistant Treasurer at New York,
in reference to the gold sales and bond pur
chases for the month of August. He is to sell
?1,000,000 in gold on each Wednesday during the
month, and to purchase f1,000,000 of bonds on
each alternate Ihursdav, commencing Augiut
4th, and $2,000,000 on each alternate Thursday,
commencing August 11th. Tbe sales of gold
during the month will thus amount to ?'i.ooo.ono,
and the amouut of bonds purchased will be
*6/ 00,000.
Goods for the Indians?Commissioner
Parker, of the Indian Bureau, is in New York,
with several members of the Indian Peace
Commission, buying goods for the Indians. Tlie
purchases will be completed in about two weeks.
They treat directly with the dealers in the goods
wanted, and no middle men are allowed. Two
members, assoon as the purchase*are mvle,
will visit Kansas to see if theOrngesdesire to
sell out and go on a new reservation. Messrs.
Brunot of Pittsburgh and Campbell of St. I?uis
are at one going to the Sioux country to see ltsd
Cloud and tbe other chiefs.
Tbe Pvblic Debt?The following is the
statement ot tbe pnblic debt, issued from the
Treasury Department to-day:
Dtlt Kmrint Intent tw Com
Bond ? at per cent $:5i 00
Buuds at 6 tier cent l.TStt.MSA'j ???
31.5T3,m.l50 00
Iktt Crating lnlertft in Lawful Jklrot't
Certificate* at 3 pr cent. 4S,4?),UUV U0
K*V) prii?ioli lilixl.at i
per tent M.HB.fmO 00
19
Prbt on which Interest ha* (?-.ined
since maturity 3,?d 117 15
/hit B'arimt no Inttrtft.
I1.nu.1nl and 1<-Kal teu
der notes .Vki.ll'6.236 00
Fractional currency SH.'Ufjaii 45
Certificates uf gold de
po-itui ss.TaojHO on
m ?
2,475..-<1/1,467 SI
Interest _ 31 Sll'?>: t*
Total debt, principal and int-'nwt, to
dste, including interest du.- and un
paid- r w.T??.*?r. <0
Amc-ul ta tht Treasury.
Coin $ 10? 1.21*-, JO
1 uri?-!n> .. .">?l .s.ii23 'JO
1104?.>i .sJ9 40
1VM,less amount In tho Tr<?a?nrf 00
D< t f. l?-w. mil..imt In the Tit-asury on
the let ultimo "4
Decrease of debt dnrin? tlio past
Di. nth I7.88I.1C 74
P? m ass of dtbt sines March I, 140. (31 UT>4U0I17
The statement or bot.-is issued to the Pacific
Kallroad Company, interest payable iu lawful
money, shows totals a^ follows:?Amount out
ftandLng, ffl,fils,K!2. Interest accrued and not
yet pnid, ?oJ3,Ol>4.1?. Interest |>a.d bv the
United 8tates, aflt>lSl34^.{9.s lnt< rest repaid by
transjKjrtation of mails, #2,25l.b7:i.73. Balance
f Intcicst paid by United States, |d^SJ,(iilj(i.
TELEGRAMS TO THE STAR.
THIS AFTERNOON S DISPATCHES
ASSOCIATED PI I ESS REPORTS.
THE WAR.
FRENCH FLEET ON THE MOVE.
The Prussians-Looking for It.
JOHN BILL DEFENDS BELGIUM
Franrr Warns England that if Sbr Occu
pies BHfiimi Russia and Austria
Hill Interfere.
HUNGARY ON THE WAR PATH.
WILLIAM GOES TO THE FRONT.
Why Napoleon Hesitates to Attack.
THE PRUSSIAN IDEA.
HE IS 1FEAID OF TUE NEEDLE ?I J.
No Battle up to 4. GO this Af
ternoon.
HUNGARY ON THE WAR PATH.
Telegraphed Mzclurivtly to The Evening Star.
Pksth, August 1?The Lower Chamber
the Hungarian Diet li:is voted a supplementary
credit of live million? for defence. and bus au
thorized the c.. Ming out of next year 's contingent
wherever nee- ~ary.
WILLIAM TO THK FRONT.
Bkrus, August I.?King William left for the
front at six o'clock last evening. The Vueen
attended him to the railway station. Multitudes
of enthusiastic people collected there. *Dd
and Mowers were w .thout end.
THE FRENCH FLEET ON THE MOVE.
Paris, Aug. 1.?The French Mediterranean
tleet hat> arrived at Brest. It will go north and
join the BaUic tleet.
THE PRUSSIANS LOOKING FOR IT.
Bkkiin, Aug. 1?Eltteen ships laden with
store? are inoore.l in the Elbe, bilow Hamburg,
ready to be sunk on the approach of the Frenc i
fleet.
JOHN BULL AROUSED?HE WILL DE
FEND BELGIUM.
Lonpow, Aug. L?It is certain that Engla-i 1
will take action to defend Belgium.
The Timet says:?Mr. Gladstone s speech at
the Mansion House meeting Saturday evening,
proves that he recognizes the war, and is read/
to meet it.''
A French squadron is s-till cruising ofl'Tharso,
Scotland.
PASSPORT SYSTEM REVIVED IN
FRANCE.
Paris, Aug. 1.?The Journal OJKciel this morn
ing says The government has decided that
during the war no person, of whatever n ition
ality, will be permitted to enter or leave Franco
without a passport. This, however, is not ap
plicable to subjects of those States actually at
war with France. They can only travel in th.;
Interior with the i-pe .il permission of the Min
ister of the Intei ior."
THE FRENCH CITIZENS OF BADFN
M A LT R EATED.
The Journal ofb i?| aVo says: " The Fren. 'i
citizens expelled trom Baden were subjected to
outrage oiis t.catment. They were conducted t.i
the l.outiers in chains, and made to nay f.?r
places wherein they were locked up ti c?ca;? >
the violence of the people."
Luke Cadere. who is now in Stockholm on a
mission lrorn the French government, will go to
Copei.hagen on similar business.
RUSSIA AM) AUSTRIA LIKELY TO BE
DRAWN INTO THE WAR.
La Libert* opposes the suggested occupancy oi'
Belgium by Oreat Britain, claiming that it
would disquiet Belgium, wound Franco, and
bring Russia and Austria instantly to war.
The Belgian army of observation occupies a
line between Liege and Aix la ChapelIc.
THE FRENCH EVACUATING ROME.
Bomb, Aug. 1?His Holiness yesterday re
ceived General Durnont, commander of the
French army.
Another detachment of the French army left
Ci\ l*a Yecchia for Marseilles on Sunday.
W1IY NAPOLEON HESITATES TO AT
TACK?THE PRUSSIAN IDEA?HK FS
AFRAID OF THE NEKDLE-UUN.
Bkri.in. Aug. 1.?The hesitation about open
ing of hostilities and delay in the Imperial dec
laration ol war here, Is ascribed to a coasciou
iifss on the part of Nai>olcon that the war would
bs long and painful, owing to the sin>erioiity of
the needle-gun over the cliassepot, as ha? lieon
already demonstrated In encounters between
si 'rm'shers.
A DENIAL?BRITISH TROOPS HAVE NOV
ENTETED BELGIUM.
l.OKPow, Aug. 1.?The report that British
troops now occupy Antwerp is not true.
PRUSSIAN LOAN
f Birli*,.Iii1t 31?Subscriptions will beopjn>J
on the 3d and 4thof Augrst next for a five |?er
cent, loau of Germau Confedoratlon, funi s
anJrile, to the amount ot M0,0!w,000 thaler* t .>
be issued at *5 per cent, of the pir val ae. l'av
intnts are to be made between the 10th of
August and the 2*th of December.
NO BATTLE UP TO 3 P. M. TO-DAY.
Paris, August 1.?The (Janloit says that it is
proposed to form a corps of volunteer artillery
men in this city. It will be placed uuder com
mand of a former pupil of the polytechnic
school. This corps is designed tor the special
defense of Paris in case of need.
No news of any serious engagement between
the armies has yet (3 p. m ) been received here.
?TILL L4TKK.
NO BATTLE UP TO 4:30 THIS EVENING.
Lokpoh, August 1?4:30 p. m?No news of any
battle has been received up to this hour. The
streets are full of rumors, as usual. One of
these rumors is that a French fleet ha* arrived
before Hamburg, aud attacked the defences,
but it is not generally credited.
The decree prohibiting exportation, recently
Issued by Prussia, |? ascribed simply to the
probable existence of a blockade.
Paeliic RIom llens-Maiwaere of
White* In Arizona.
t'elegrmpked txcl%ihvelv to T?e Evening 81 mr.
Saw Frawcisco, July 31?The leaders of tho
anti-t hintse movement decline to meet the
heads ot the six Chines* companies for consulta
tion in regard to tho circular receuily received
[ I'Miedl by the anti-Chinese convention.
I lie Nevada Democratic State Convention
meets at Elko, on the 14U? of September. ?
Late Arizona ailvlCes report that the Indiana
are active throughout the Territory. The peo
ple complain ot the supineness of the govern
ment troop*. Nine white* wore kilted in otie
week in the southern portion of the Territory.
Kaiadlers Buying Off.
Telr^raj kr-d Kscliuivelg to tke Artmtg Star
Hartford, Com., Aug. 1?J. IE Sawyer
and Aibeit B. Cohen, wLo were put under
bail tor swindling lea'her dealers, will probablv
be relrand. A. tfolatan, of AM^gha-iy City,
Pa., who shipped them ten bales ofletrher. has
arrived here, and the) have |iald him through
a third party from New York, and promise to
settle the biils if any more invoices arrive.
Tt KBIBI.C NTEAHBOAT VISAS TEH.
(?rent l.o>? of Mff.
Telegraphed Exdunr*?'jf to The Etenmg Stmt' *
ftlKMt-ms, Aug. 1.?A terrible disaster o
eirred at Pacific Place, thirty mile* above her ?.
at 12 o'clock >a-t n'glit. I'be'aternwheel steam
boat Silver Spray, tr. rn New Orleans lor Cin
cinnati, with a lar^i* in ?ow. ciploiL'il her boil
er, K1' 111.ji snd wounding a uumber of th? crew
and ( a s,ngers. The boat first took tire, and,
Mr. bm;leti>n, the second clerk, state'. just a?
soon a* ine war railed. ?n ruplosinu took
[?lace. and in a uiomtnt [lie bo.u was wrappe 1
in tli.iuev.
.Nothing was left for the survivors but to
[?'unie into the rivtr, and swim toward the
nearest shore. Owin,; to the d.rkn?.? of the
night it wns impossible to render . ?si'.tance to
the wounded. .\- tl?e hooka and the principal
o:licers are lost, it i? impossible to obtain a fill
list of tlie lost. The following, however, are
known to have been let: C ?pt. a. N. Jordan.
Cincinnati; Thadeus Worthing, first clerk. New
port, Kv.; Ash Taylor, second mate, Long
Keach. t'iiio ; \\ ni l'?ailv. second .steward. Cin
cinnati; Hoyd Smith, colored, berth tucker.
New lt'cbmond. ?>lro; Alt'. Caru ??, secoml
cook. Pitt?burg; a colored chamber maid, nam*
unknown; t'liariie .lordan, steersman. A son
of the captain di< d s??on after.
Ktscued?Fatally injured; Ed. Long, book
kre|H.'r. Cincinnati, Ilick Cage, colored.
New Richmond a colored porter, uame tin
known; Geo. William*, colored deck hand. St.
Louis. Severely worn .led. A. K. Singleton,
second clerk. New|>ort, Ky., scalded on bodv
at <1 'mil ; las. Corcoran, mate; Kich'd Nichols.
E?h Mar?h. colored deck har.<U. Cincinnati,
slightly scalded; N. s. Ma>ne, T. M. Gill. >!eck
ham's Louisville; Kd. Patterson, pilot. New
port, Ky.
Saved?J. M. Ashford, engineer, N-jwport;
Wash. Schneider, sccond etigin -or. l*ittaS?ur<;
Henry Shelby, colored, pantrtmati. I?*troif; t?.
SamUrlm, colorcd", .lohn Cl?y, steersman. <*in
eltmati; .Joseph l.esbv. Cincinnati; .loliti Par
ker. New < 'rhars; Benjamin WeM, colored. New
Albany; Ch i*. Smith, colored, I/ouisville. tl;??
latter all deck hands, and 'he following d k
p?: sengers:?.lohn Plynaszer and .John Pa|?el.
Cincinnati; Henry Meyer, New Orleans, and a
German, wife and child, names unknown.
Two hours after the explosion, the steamer
City of Cairo hove in sight, and went to the re
liet of the snil'ercrs. All who were rescued were
taken on board and brought here. As soou as
the news of the disaster was received the citi
zens hurried to the wharf, and every thing pos
sible was dor.e lor the wounded, who bvordet
of Mayor Johnson, were taken in ambulances
to the city hospital, every attention being show n
them there. The saved'lost their clothing and
baggage, but were partially supplied by the offi
cers, crew, and passengers of the City of Cairo,
of whose conduct they speak in the warmest
terms.
The Cairo wa? for St. IjOiiis, but turned ba^k
attf r using every etlort to recover the bodies of
the lost.
The Sprav tloated down two miles, and lodged
on a bar, where she and the barge burned to
the water's edge. She was seven years old, and
belonged to Captain S. Patterson, of" Newport,
who stopjied ott for the trip, leaving Captain
Jor< au in charge.
The loat haT near ?'WO crates of Queensware.
a number of cabin and deck passengers an I
deck hands and roustabouts. It is believed by
Mr. Singleton that twenty-six lives were lost.
?? ?
Election In kcalnrky The Sifgroei
Voting.
Teegr*p\td Exclusively to The Evening Star.
LorisviLi.K, Kv., August 1.?The elec'.ion for
county officers was held in this city to-day. The
negroes hare polled a large vote op to this hour,
and the returns, so tar a? heard from, indicate
a close vote. There is less excitement and feel
ing then is any contested election for years.
yuiet and order is prevailing. No interfe
rence with the colored vote is attempted. Some
1. w negroes have been arrest d for attcmping
to repeat their vo?es. It is thought that th
greater imrtion of the colored vote ha- been
in lied, and that the evening's returns will give
a majority to the regular Democratic ticket.
Destructive Fire in Caaiida.
Telegraphed Exclusively to the Evrrnny Star.
Kimaton, Ontario, Aug. 1.?Barry's e!ev.t
? >r and mil's were burned yesterday morning.
No grain wr? on hand at the time. The lo?- is
cs.'ma* d at *0,?0o; psrtially insured. Cild< r
flieve's whrrf. adjoining, badly injur !,
end eight hunored cords of wood were dc-tro"ed.
? '
Another Murder In Mew York.
Telegraphed Exclusively to The Evening Star.
New York, Aug. 1?James Singleton was
stabbed in a tight at a baker shop in east 1I?U
. eet th!s morning and died instantly. Seveial
arrests were made.
There are no new developments in the Nath:,u
tragedy. .
Suicide.
Telegraphed Exclusively to The Evening S*<xr.
Boston. Aug. L?John B. Gould, paying tell
er of the State Bauk, committed suicide t>.
jumping from a fourth story window. The d;
ceased suffered trom nines*, and was temp*,
rarily insane. He was highly res]?ectcd.
Ttie Red Mueklngs.
Cincinnati, August 1 ? It is exacted that A
it. CliMni|iion. president of the KedStocking-,
will tender his resignation t j-morrow evening.
The Kathan's Murder.
Niw Yoiik, Anput 1?Mr. Nathan'sfunera'
wps largely aWendcd this morning, mo-tlv by
bis ps. Delates ol tlie Stock Exchange.
?.
davenimeni Securities.
Jay Cooke A t'o. furnish the following to itujr :
Buy r. Sftr$.\ Bvyt St'l'i
U8.6?,)8H1. l i'4 i.r, 6 ?N.lnajy1SS, s
#-a>s. IS?J )<| li'.', 5 ac-Jr.4J) 67. (?% ?.'<
6-2's, 1>W hi In ,.5 ?t*JnAJj-'?8, ??' . .
6 aw, 1 S? 1" 11 ',110 ??. t; . 7'
No B< ;ird sales in N'-w Tcrk 'o-Jaj, on acc unt oi
fnt.eral <.-f Mr. Nathan.
?
The Markets To-Day.
Telegraphed Exclusively to The Evening Star.
UaltimmBe.Amru-t 1.?Cotton vt r? uni<>t .u<l U'.
cbar ired Flour firm and active. Wheat has ad
vanci <J S on prime; rales of prime to choice Maty
larai red lit %1 70.51 -5; g.Hs! to prime ?1 .V*?l ?n
wtlte. ;oa91 8"; for eood to choice Penn^jlvaii <
at:J Western #1 fl.R5. While orn VI 25afl J
Vfllow.ftl tCaSI 01 (luts, new , SOc. Kye 9tka> l!
Pitk oiii't r.t ?;>l. B..c..n firm; rib nid<-? 1*: ; <-t tr
d- . ls'?? . FhoHlders. \l>*c.; h?m*. 26c. LarJ vi:"'
atl'Ual-e. W hiiky <jukrt at 91.02a?1.03.
Baltimors. Aosust 1 ?Win Fisher Jt Qnr>*?
"Vir?inia fixea, old, 4fi!x bid. .'O a?-kei; d? lsv;.'*)
Viio, 1.2 asked; do. 1VJ7, SO., bid. 57^ ask<Ml: d?
? onpon, old. 0.' ask- d.
New Tokk. Atieu-t 1.?Stock Exchance will n t
oren until 2 o clock p.m.,011 account <f tue fouer il
o' Mr Naihan. The f<ill, n in-z ar* ?hs street ii'i-ya
ti< m Exchange, lonc,9%;short, *?"? UoM.21-.
Nk\v Tork, Angoat <??El "?r SaKtc t>etter W h?at
l?2c, better. Com dull and declining.
Thk UxMRiRor Cohokks-,alluded to in The
Stat, of Saturday as being charged with fra id
upon the Pension Office. ?e Fodenck H. Butler
of Ttnn. It is alleged that in 186& Mr. Butl r
waa the at orney lo procure a pension lor a
a.Idler's widow living at Horea Creek, North
Carolina. The case having been found appar
ently correct, a check for the back money,
amounting to *473, was sent to the pension
agent at ltaleirh, N. C . who in turn forwarded
it to Bntler at Washington. The check reached
here and was cashed at the banking bouse of
Jay Cooke Jt Co., it beating the en<iorsetneut of
the widow at Horse Creek. The schedule of
time at the Post Office Department allowed that
nine days was the shortest possible time a letter
could go from ha'eigh to that place and return
to \\ ashington, aud if a single connection was
missed, twelve days would be required. Suspicion
was aroused at the department, and an investi
gation disclosed the lact that the j*n*ioi?er
could not write her name, and, further, that
she had not received the money. Mr. Butler
was immediate!}-called on for an explanation,
and he admitted having signed the cneck, but
claimed he had the power of attorney to do so.
Alter a long delay he produced a paper purpor
ting to be a power of attorn?v from the claimant,
and also an affidavit taking back all she had
said in her former statements. These two docu
ments, bearing date* at periods wldelv different,
were at first taken by the Pension Office as a
satisfactory explanation, and the Investigation
was suspended. Other charges coming in, the
investigation was plaoed in the hands of another
special officer, the former one having left the
burean; and an examination showed that the
two Utter documents were written on the
sheet of paper, although there were six months
difference in the dates, md that the certiticatee
of the court attaehed was affixed by the clerk,
who is a son of Butler. The case la now in the
hands of in officer who bat instructions to
throughly Investigate tt.
Serious charges are also pending agal?t John
A. Wlmpey, member elect from Georgia; and
B. F. Patrick, a member of the New Yerk Leg
islature, has been arrested On a charge pref er
red by the Pension Office.
Fibb at MAVAeoAB.?A barn with contents
belonging to Mr. Weir living near Manassas,
was struck by U^bt&ing last week and consumed
TUT7: IirfiATTAH.
1FAUTTITL SIGHT ON THE POTOMAC.
1TSE KI ABr.
The "Utile Ella" ?n<l - r?lr> ' Wi?.
To-day there were two boat race* on the Po
tomac for sail boots of 25 feet -?n,l nJer, from
Ttb-street wharf, around a !*???? of Fort W i-li
ns?it'>n, and return, which attracted a great d.*al
oi Interest. This morning the scens at the 7th
>'r?et wharf at the starting was brilliant and
animated iu tin- c\trem<*. a '??rg.? number o:
spectators being present, including m tnv! Mitts.
These races wore gotten up by Mr.
Sbechels, e>f tbe i-'uiton restaurant at the wh?rt.
who ottered a* a prize a silver cup. to be run i??r
b\ the sma'ler boa's and for thl? race the fol
lowing entries were made Fam, Qpt C.v>.
Miller; Zeplnr. Capt. Crane; blonde. iiapt
FitMiuaoi*; Neeonecoti. Capt. Moftitt; Folly,
Capt. Hell, mid <ire> Yxinil. I'xpt. Katterbirf.
Kor tLe purse race. for *1"?, the entries? wrrre
s- loll own. Curlew. ?'apt. Thot. Shre? v ?? ; John
H. Adsms. Capt. .folin S?we|l . Witch ot lie
Vne, < apt. I! Btwri,. 1??>l,>*?tn. Cant. W.
MeUermott, at.a Lit 1. Kill. Ca|>t. Ei. Task or.
The Wan;*?*?:t he^l been employed t<> aeooni
panv the rega'ta, atnl at an early hoar h?r
deck* w>re crowded, lb* stea'neer C. I*.
Sn-.ith at the Six'li street wharf, where
there w?s a beautiful di-i'tav ot hun'mg. to>V
on board a mini K-r of pass? ng<-rs a? also did the
Arrow. bom.d t >r Mount Vernon. Mar-bal i
Hall btuI other i>oinls.
i be following were th? judges:? B. Co*. H.
Kurt/. H. \Y. Knight, >1. H. S. ??ford and Win.
E?ans. Abe nt f u o*elock thev called the cap
tains of the smaller boats ii:>r'the eupraeei to
gether and the rules having been read they I
were directed to get their boa?? in line near the '
buov o<* the * hart*, whleh was done in a very
shoit time, and at nine o'clock the -:j:n*! ^un
lor ea-t'ngoft m> given and the l?oats*;ot node'
v. av beautifully, nut* fbatanding tli ?re w.t? but
a li*ht breeze trom north Of west at the time,
tbe Blonde taking the lea l and diiiniamt'ig it
uutil they had g?<t lieymid the Arsenal, when
they were apparently on a line When they
bad passed tbe Arsenal the win 1 Iroiu the same
? jtiartcr freshened up somewhat.
Directly after the smiller boats had got otl
preparations were made for the race between
the big l?>ats. As the beats took their st ttions
in the following order I'olpbtu to windward.
Eila, Adams. Witch, and Ctirlew, complimen
tary remarks were pa?-ed on ea? h, and more
I articularly on tbe 1.11a and the Baltimore boat. !
The Ella, a white boat. of tine model, fell in her
plae-e with mainsail, topsail. and jib: the Witch
if a!so painted white, and u?ed a verv large
mainsail and two jibs. The lHriphin. the brat;
l-oat of the eastern section ot the eit>. Iiad a
maintop and jib, and the Curlew, a black l?oat,
in addition to ma.n. top and jib#, bad also a
square-rail. The Adams (Baltitrore boat.) a I
black boat. ha<1 a mainsail, topsail, ati.l jib -et.
At precisely 10 o'clock the signal w-fired and
the boat* got" nnder way, the Ella. Witch, and
Adams being on a line, "but soon tbe Curlew put
up her square and commenced to ea.n.
Stre-teiiiiig otl towards A lexaulria. the Ella
took the lead and maintained it to nearly oppo
site that city, when the Baltimore bo.it. which
had been following her close, drew ahead, am d
ti?e wild applause of the Baltimore party on !
l-oard of the Wawaset. beaded by Capt. Crouch,
one of the owners of the Adams. The betting
was very exciting at this period of the race, and
both the Washingtomans and the Baltimorea*!*
weuied inclined to bet tbeir bottom dollar od
their respective l>oat?.
The boats passed Alexandria m the following
order: 1. Adams; 2. Ella, 3. Dolphin; 4. Curlew;
Watch ot the Ware- The wind wa* mode
rately good, but not enough to be serviceable to
a boat of the site of the WiWh of the Wave;
but whenever it freshened up from time to !
time she picked up in her pace in a way to show
what she i*ould do with a sufficient breeze.
Below Alexandria the race swept on with va- J
n?-d fortunes lor the leading boats for tjnie I
miles. ?
The race was closely contested throughout, ,
and i.-said by knowing ones to havj been thi
most beautiful one ever had in onr water*. e?n
the w ay down the ldttle KUa and Adatu-'; Balti
more boat) hueired each other closely, as also
on the home run. and the excitement on the
steamers was (|uite high and betting lively, our
Wj.stiin^toTi bo.i a investing ot course in the Ella.
The stake-lM>at ot!' Fort Washington was
rounded as follow ? :?Ella at 12:15; Adams. I21'J;
1 lolphm, 12 3i: Witch, 12;2:t; Curlew. 12.2K.
The excitement al ter rounding of the buoy (
increased. < ?n the up stretch a smart breeze |
was struck otl the Keii Heiuse, <al?out tive nules j
below Alexandria,} wlieu the Ella t >ck the lead
and kept it home, the Adam- huggiug her
closi ly.
The"news of the result of the rare having got 1
abroad, about2 o'clock a largre number ot' per
sons gathered about the wharves and boarded
the l?oat< and vebeels in that vicinity while the
banks were lined with ladi?-s and a plentiful
srpply of bunting from Sheckells made the ,
s? ene a livel> one. The Little K'.la rounded tbe |
stake-boat otl the wharf at U:12;the At tarns at
2.17; rolphin, 2.18; Witch, 2 21^, and Curlew,
at 2:25 k.
OI the small bonts the Fairy took the lead,
and kept it most of the way, being tbe tirst to
rouud the stake boat oil Fort Washington, and
reaching here directly after the Adam*, round
ing the home- boat at 2-17, and the Folly coming
next Hi 2-2.1 .
As the lor most boats rounded the stake boat
cheei al ter cheer rent the air aud their cr??w*
when they came ashore they were heartdy con- ;
?ratiilated, tbe crew of the Adan>? particularly. <
and immediately threw down the guantlet
to the Ella to give them a race in the Patapsco, I
ai d it is likely that a match will be made, in {
which event there will be an exciting coutest.
THE WORLD OF FASHION.
\ew Wrk Mil Paris Styles for Aueost.
W hat We Da And How We Drena la
fenrnluga- Long Tralaa Racing t'as
fume* White and BafT-Tlae Wash
era omaa The Latest fa Bats, Etc.
(From Our Fashion Correspondent.]
Neh York, July, Ifc70.
S ttis g in my quiet room. Saratoga tilled with
pleasant sights, ear* with pleasant sounds, it is
rather difficult to imagine m vsM* in the hot-bed
of fashion, auel: as Saratoga is supposed to be.
It reminds me. as indeed one is reminded con
stantly, that the difference between one thinf
and another is not sj great after all?only the
difference between the black of the pot and the
black of the kettle?and that about a? much pa
tience is required with tie virtue of the g<x*l a?
a itb the aeknoa ledged faults ot then weaker
brothers aud sisters.
Saratoga is m its glory this beautiful samraer,
and is crowded with visitors trom every State
and nationality. It i* warm, but tbe air is a*
line aud dry that the beat is not enervating, and
one feels none of the levitude and exhaustion
that accompanies a " heated term'' in the city.
Almost the only thing that I object to about
Saratoga is the kind of people that are here to
eajoyit. They are the drones, and not the
woikers, of the hive, and it is tbe workers that
I should like to see re-ting or reveling in the
shade and beauty of this pleasant laud.
To such women or wives of wealthy men the
routine of all places is pretty much alike We
must not blame them too severely, for what can
they do ? Dressing and driving, eating and
sleeping, till up the measure of tbetr day in New
York as well as Saratoga, and long ago hat spe
cial attraction; labor as exchange would be
more welcome than the rest they do not need
and the holiday they have not earned.
But to the worn-out mothers, the wearied
housekeet>er, this place, with its sense of atoo
lnte freedom from all individual responWWUty,
iU music, its order, its eleanlineaa, its perfect
system. lis display only of the sweat and grartoua
side of human life and human intorooaras, woaiu
appear like a little bit of heavea, a place; ot
enchanted ground, cat right ont oT
Granted that it Is only a stage mck; IhaC the
heaven is In appearance and ao?lnreelity: that
beneath the smiles and oourte*es, the tights
and the flowers, there Is the usual bitterness
and the flowers, there
and heart-burningrand anxieties; what would It
matter to thoee who coald not stay long enough
to had it oat who sat in the shade, inhaled the
fragrance of the flowers for a brief ?p??f ??-?
tool up again the harden of lire whb ntrlta
refreshed and strength renewed? W.XuS
qarstion the skill of tne physician who ?
or the virtue of the breeze that reviveensT
IOW VI DRI80 IX SARATOGA.
There is a great change In the Saratoga of the
past and the Saratoga of the preeeet, due, I
hope and believe, to the increased thought and
Intelligence of American women- There are
no mere woman who team tee times a day, and
there Is no necemity for changing In any ro
spect dm habits of refined wtan at "
Four out of five dresses warn are linen
brie, or maeUn, neither of tham expensive ?
terials; nine eat of ten are short, and flrw are
mora elaborate than the present style reqaires
even ordinary costnmm to be. At any rate, the
variety is as great, and the freedom to de as you
pl?M? M entire, that any 0r?M can be worn
here Cba* r??! ^ writ <-*?<-?* ere ?
>< rf to e tt.er remark ,.r J
C ft. ^
there are th<wof cwar?> wit* r*-,.
std *iiv i iii?iivi\i>|r, but ,j |? mt ,#?.?
No " 'H' iSvUlg'd t I <|||?> la u ? Wnv
w|w- >?*?. not ?i*h ?p do t?? Tbrn it t,: .?? be rc
k. n.trt i. ?J that rt*Uy.lr.i?Ntir ,H tha
r? iiiu t ofiiei t>l IL. Uttt Mkii r i, -A\ v
t.?sewi?h tt?m ?i: fc%?e go* ,? * ,
""" wbi.e the* r. luiiii, i a, m la>4ia<|i ti.rv
katr ?l . It u r? ?uj |>wtlr bettlirir ? (>
*,,?l *i,rT re *os weH *'?r them
r ??T WOT"*
ir ft|>? tfi?int?fiii. What won |
I Ml. U? 2ETJZ fOT Mr' *? m?v * ???
? to' Mm G.
| the rrtr h?? t "ot'^Vu". It! T* ***+? 1
I 'Jr. ca, an<* tt? -? * - ** **? ntv.v side
w n? n snd l-Y**J? 07 "? TT. ^ r< h
? heir o?i>. * Il,? ilJIntbt Iroin
, Lo?? TKAias ri r ?v r**..i _
I have atierdrd our ?.? i .. :
**? lidtirt riot a> vet ^ aw.1 Vf"
| iw.ier, ? graj ' oi dnn.o.,,1 , *CL.V>!?
, ?ere of great 1. I< h. but IU- at* ?T i?\
?i: yt-nns1T;,7???"u
tuatc*. Tirv Mini erlrmtinv. an 1 h* r.jr e I ? ?
I pulled ta tbe t.at.'ral citi.ir. lh- r ? -.. ' *Jt
ow. Willi vtic i-w?|iHan. nn it*.-*
ilii f^m. t,. fl t , , .
?rtkf >)w?Mrrv?Reivi i<d?uba? i
w* re rui n.gh. */i, ?h.,t aterv. s, I at I!.*- .nT
joiitT uere cut pompadeur, or Oj><?n t?, w lorm
?V ' ? a?d ttmahrd with 4<rv^ u-V i .? r?,e ei
TK . ?; W.rr% r"T,'r k4** ?'??*?- ?? d-wurel).
The otilr appro* It to fb? tu is RM'io in ; k->
liijf <K th- U|.f -t i-ltirN. ?. t.-i. . re i I ? h.
I'?rk -lid <(.: !i?gcr t?i?n t Mmnlv. '
... 1,1 "411 ** ??r 1MB
1h^ f. .rr.r .>t ft,. v ,? ,u- r..lon*U?.
?luch ir m *1| w>rt? ?f tliMo . om
J ''l? eni-y wi,ty .?f ??,??" r t?Vl. wn.
tn.w.-d il,?? in U iet* iu liKrl, t., tv.
a. .-T?*t the
I'?!i? ,ry fcre m l u*
' ' J , n,a,?,;,n ??W. ??" let,ct?i o! ? M ., ? .ire??.
? 11-1 U|. ?r tbc? <W. rt. -I .1
IBSteA'iTl V* 4.Uc >k,rt ?nyr% (*
ih^ v. V "? ?? ?< t>:*ob Mlh, ?i>4
lf!r n h tors %:tb if i? ut m l.lA^k c?^
?n rotmui colon,. wi?n
oloi.iiIm- t? worn for tr?rr:tn# ft L?
W ,r,^ w'nle ''"f"'- ??"" c-"-? tho rkin
?* uro*. I lie I ?>l??D*k*e otl^n m allk
n^?r "I**1 r,<"bJy trimiucl. and *atn
ovtr a tmnieil *kirt ?,l a difter. nt mat?-rial or a
SSSrl1^**- '? alway? of w ,j?
ribbott tnii^ad oa tbr rn.ir and rich!* etuhroul
?red iv color*, i h, Peleeetae will b? rrr\ faab
K nable m carliuier? tor tall w?-ar ait.l tooetber
*k<rt* Wl" con-tit.it* mw<!P?tin.
KUi>l,tU waLb.nir wtiniw. rr-?r?, la-lw-. wmr
r-'TrT "V?4'nKM' al*,,
lonaMe trndcury to lu.tBt;- huJ m(i
inatMial Ilk Mr to ?]? t<*Ioi> aruon
more u?t apt.recialion ,.f thia r?,|Uv,t, Jabrif
. . ww ft* a mi ki rr.
walk a*w^r?r*i** >' mlK!* ?k<rUaw?|?t Ui ? -.dc.
?w^tK..n k J J,c?' u,K,n t,M" u * - <?* t?
?n.la* most ladter. andally
Loe25 "i"*1 " t., *. ?r In tl.o
? a if ? rTZ? al ^4I,, U,,??' Hn *"?-r*??CT ?*
fU-ret?, whiUr m ^ r*rr I, m^ti at
?t iaf * upuu b^bic^ and v
SlST'Cf r%rt' "? 8,",rt ?o ebVnTJ
ii. , ^ ?" ?*! a* manT other thing",
?biw an 1 it* coiiHiti bun ar?- almost tba
KiiBimor livery at home and at.r,.a?t The ,-han?<?
iniJa^nou ha? Ui.dc *-tti? a in.lt
^er"?J "rf,r*r*?.nm4re- * " * ?'-? ui.?d
o? rn,w };?nclt u'e btiMM*,, i; the oftera
tom only knew bow to tuake the m ?*t oi it. A
Lio ?'i !U1 Wt r,f ?">nier.b' a,I the w.<(n?n
kilty ? ?r. ,4>r ?wb.i?tir.- to omi ?
iS? ,4 ? * *" r,'li",r "^re i* r?>on? lor tilt v good e*
tsl.lb.lmicnts oi thl? kind in N-w \ ork city alone.
??un<1r.^ here wa-h andtroaT
5*** i *Hciiarge t iK>rmon?lr.rrom two to
eu dollarr lor a - >,?,?? di<w>, tlir?.- tw tirtoen
ir?I!I.k'fi . r?Wlc Uundrte* deetroy an 1 lo??
n? much that no one can ever afford to i^tronia*
them a *eoon<| t,n?v. In the hai,i? ol ordinary
yaeherwua^ai the |Uien aad camhrc and
Sfd^riTteW^brMtV -???-* "*? P-1-.
fl j .? . *<?od the wroMf war. 'rooed up in
i5 ?lown and down 4uMead ot u|>.
if acme washerwoman of (. niv would only
open a laundry, advertiar to w.iob bu'1 linen in
l,,T"? '? boib-d bran water, eoiored
rambrlri. in a mixture or nalt and baat-MM. a?U a
prom in? not to rmn riothe* ot at,v Vin.f with lirno
and soda, and do Jtirt a? ?he Mid. i?he would
make a lortiine. I fire the bint trea ffrwtU;
c\i<er>enocd Houaan reduce it to
practice'
?H"*t r>RKB?r?.
There is not n.ucta danger of short dre*w>.
A* * I*cpnt tyueeas ?? break fa-1 at
vvindaor all the ro?tum< - were new and elegant,
and all abort. The i .aeen her>. lf w.?-a ihort
'? f of *i?k, and all the pi inc.?- ?h .rt
<osuiiue? It will he bardlv pordblc to restore
the Ptntt trail, in thi^ peiu r??ton at least.
ra< t?(m orrriiE!.
Amonc the prettieet that I bare olwwreed waa
-nfK?in?U?f?d mau^wlk the tloanee* e.L; d
mm _^unit' fr,n*e. overdrew eornp<? -d
ot pulling, <d organdy and \'ate?e*eiiiie? la~e;
?f wHttc fhtr tr,n,me.l w th
l.lack laee bla' k relret band* and pink r?4~>
u,u\\,7m^LQt l>lack (fweadiac triaaiueJ with
nr i 'w' J. J? !*ri1? P1' #B wit!l ?arrow baa la
or bUtk ailk tbrongb the middle: Urea l.-t.
iil^ tiexlbfc brim, twi?ted ar -ual the
crow, wltb lean ot green tulle and omara-nted
ne^k tie n? Vr ThU? ?W*T' brocaded
KM^n gtiv < **,>b ?>**?<?'*< with . reen,
toilette i*of white linen trlm-ns.i
^ai-h at broidery, bla k
sash embroidered m r.dota aad fringed upon the
eud#. and straw toznet trimmed with bli-k
trrc,spram ribbon anl field flowers.
A very etyli*h .-oatume 1* of wliite wool ?er?e
Wi't^.Tan l~? ?"TTr.m^
^itii plaiii bai.tfool black velvet. black vvii-i-t
bow looping up the skirt. The sas!, uoi b ack.
velvet, and the r<>a<i<aa bat oi black ?triw one
bw ni brim tvrl*'1 "f -?th WaTk
n.'W, ia the proper chapaaa to wear with the
mit. which Is all black and white
it i* - ';0rtD,nv? *rrrL?a.
11! I . I*to announce that flat tnmm'.ng*.
Sir V,e r,- a"d ?'lch, fra.n Ilk pn^,!
l'aii,, together wttb lace aad tnnge will b?
sick of rr^^^i8'^^ Pantileaie ur-.-tlv
MCKorrruia and tlouticinga and puOinir? and
begin to mi that it is a Ato^t^peT' dS
and ccrtl> materials m ao ruinous a manner.
__ . , . THE HAIR.
ir,oi??j'f' re8Pfrt *aj tbat th4re l* * universal
somethmg tba* will stop the fall,ug
i t e ha?r. Crimping and the u?e or ii?J?
raUral?S th^t 5 '^stroying the beautMul
Alr American woia u [KMieesfi.
remedy for auch a sta'e ot things Z to
,ni .. . ^ *' ODr' ?nd wear It ao. wash
ing it, drying and brushing it thoroughly every
<1?r^ 1 ut on at the same time a dret or %rk
c'otb and arhea Tor tbeain or having destr .y ?d iu
THB kewest aTVL* or BAT
of Wid ??? enlarged sr?ecim?a
_ ? t **.. " " B*t'1 be what we are
. , To 'all. The coming hat ror young
.V'1'" ? oft h.^h colored plusif, high crowi
Ibsd^^n r.V, ' '"r0' Telvct in * darker
^ , k r,lumt' of oourae- Pluah jacket* to
wm'iLlI^ ??!Ur' ?n'1 triiumed
*'J! wHh theee bats l'ol>-rt,, i veil* are
still made oi a straight piece ot dotted lace
pinned on at the back. Caacades or la<v ?-.d
pretty little knotted silk aenrts are worn iuau>ad
0 ^1^ ' Grebe ia to be used for tiiauaiug
ri f?, r?*un??" and iaoe lor ornamenting the
dreasea or the late fall and winter
pastil. For garden parties there are new
Jy ,* m*j?nca ware ornamented w,th par
ticular I rait it ic intended to hold, and with
?,1?r .y*. cn*m r'tcber attached to the
ti f * or the (-ermar the last new thing U the.
arc^Ur ?*SraCkui. ^ tUe exlLCt appear
telegraph despatch, enyelope and all,
h ?hT^^r1?f,,<>(1 ? paper pattern of
n?gh proi?rtion> and grote*;ue style.
JlWil Jck.
v CanotiWA.?A dispatch from
Kaleigh, Jaly JOth, aaya: George Wiliiaaaou. a
fr iTriL01 ta8We,l< ?*?o went to aerve (he write
?iiiS?2"??0riM? ^*u*d by tt? Cbiel Justice m
1 ehalt ot Hon. John Kerr and other citleens ot
Cafcweil, waa arrested by Kirk. Kirk ordered
him to leave, er be wonld have him fered on.
" Uliamson made return to the Chief .Justice ia
accordance with the facts. The Chief Justice
decided that the writs bad not been prftperl*
served?first, beeauae Williamson wa* not ap
pointed by the Chief J eat ice to perform such
service; second, being a citizen of Caswell, be
was an in*urgent. therelore be could not aery*
write.
The Chief Justice realltrm* hie opinion that
the babeac corpus u not sustK-cded. and haa
ordered the Marshal ol the Supreme Court ta
go to Caswell and serve the nrita.
There ?s not, nor ba? there been any d-rturb
a;.ee o? resiMan.e to lav ia any pertion ot the
.rreIfid*n,^f.ro!S.!1,lUbor<' "Kak'.men
arrested thirty citizens of Alamance to <t*v
They bung Wm Pat ton, a r?wpecuble clt alln'
5. CO"1*" who murdered Outlaw the
negro. The last time it was anhonr bctori hi
recovered. He made no oonfeaaton."
. "??*?* AT Mom LB A terr i Hi?
He,^L|WW* over Mobile. Al*.. on SalWday
Kriagjitt.agycxr ?
VWllkie Colllaa ia a eonflraaed invalid.
VDeaf men win ?a five miles oat ol their
way ?a walk on a railroad track.
VCemlas IL Clay ia to apeak in Colorado in
behalf of the Kepabf icans
VTbe German* of Knaxvilto have rympi
t hi aed.
VOeaeral McClellaa will apend the baiaase
r?r the summer In Mlaaaaota, hoping that the
et hla wife will thua be i eatnrrd.
mile ft?mTS?iiSJ rft5m,2L*02
KdtJLSC4*1*' Pt9n' ?*?
New"Tort" thaS'maSa'a SuS^VUJS^l^
?They lire In Twenty-thlrd^t^LT i^LJ?J5
Ulutim trmtnt 9t ?pi?Ldot.'1 ' ^

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