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va 87-N2 5.683. WASHINGTON. D. C.. THURSDAY. JUNE 1. 1871. TWO CENTS.
?^, j THE EVEN TNG STAR rtVLIllO tilLl, ftutey iiMfU I, At Tb? Star Bulldlafi, (?mi fwiiflwli iv.mM Uttai nuim itu mirtTB tarur. ? TBI m> * aarvaS by earners W ttotr ??* la tto Cm u4 Dlatr<?t at Tn Untifll or f omrr roo* Oim ru Bona- flow* l tbt wuttr. two Oirti. n?i ro* MiiUM-nm Boat to, fl *?: I SoMte, ?1.N: UM Titr, |l N ?? KfMi ra Mt tram tto oSto longar tku hU ft*. TBI WKBK.LT ITift-KUWM Ml ItMtt IB I PERSONAL. MISS LOTTIE FOWLKK-lbls fww and Boi ira Clalrrtriat and Test Bedlua. fr. aa B><Oub. mho foretold tto eaploaicas o? the cartrige factory at SrMgeport. O?o ? U il *h? B? Jam?? HoM. Bonra. ? ? ? "H 'l ?. Tama, ?J. ??*? Lapibs poct >b and fkisnp: om Jj?*it ? OOlV ?C? _ary: |n?a? for Patient*, fBeuch Female Pill*. f-J. Bra LABOBB, Bo. ??Ka?t Fayette as. BaUMrore Enclose ? ittmn lm' D* TM^WKLL KHOWS SPECIALIST, Established here lor the last ten year*. woold eu t on ladtf? and |?ntWm?? eg a>net anav Tin* through th?* ? fflca u. Dimon* advertisement*, a* they will aarely to awladled by these prv oi, wjo are gtki'*n ard h?" to (oral habitn'ron. The Doer. r soaranteee a ap-etiyanl permanent cure of all F-irale Complaints a&d Secret cr no charge Prirttf (< ninltim imoii. Ill liilh ?tre?t. ab >ve Pet naylvanin atct.u?. Hunra. K to 1,1 to 6. 7', to*. ayB tl UK BAtTmwKK A S3 KttlOAN, ESTABLISHED 177.1, T la servM jr^a.pMy in Washington and 8<M|ft *u by carrier i, and iilor sale at all principal H'tela. KOBEBT CO MllNB. Agent. T 17 B street. M W . Waahl ?l? .. _ _ Tommy pear TO B B Y. DOBT MP?Thantaa ?? d -d go, ? reg?rdlr?s of the rr monstrance of a tokrve#si-ter. t>ld Pr DARBY on 4>? street aoath of Psna?y tvaaln a\ ecus. expects to bare him cared In a we*k my IS lm* rj^BB BB1DAL C'flABBBa. Kt-a> a for Yoans M-n on rreat SOCIAL XVILS and AB( BEB whit h interfere with M AKKlAUE with tare meant of relief for tha Err ing aad Onf>r ton ate. l>is?s?ed and P-bt.iut-d. Sent Irae, in ssn! -d ?nvr !#.?-?? Aldrees HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. i S 9th st., Philadelphia, fa. myil-ta.th.s.^tn <\|*BHBOP 1>4th BDITIOB ftrrwlf I "n* Kt*is?d !>g uu Autktr. B ?? F. Cra ft*, !?*:?? af Mtdleans, Mtmbtr */^As ho*a. 0"?< af Smrfont, Mnt.and; Lumbal* ?/ Ms IWVci nf r*tjirtaa*. Kim/)*'*; ?He* every Mtmtrr Family dt M'dir,**. r*n>, jr., ft., *e. A Bedlcal Baeay on tto caoae aad car* of ?l aaia taia decline la Baa. ah wine how toaltb la loat and tow r?-*?in?>d. it |hc?? clear ayn<>paia of the iin todim?uta to M?r - tha trnaiaaaat of Herroaa and Pbyncal DatMUtT, Sterility. Ac . wtottor broaabt oa by early abaae or etcea*. and the reaie d'ea therefot?the raault of 90 yeara ?aoceaafal ?ra> lit?. Price SO cents by mail. Addrew the anrbor Dr. feirtia. 9 Tremoat Place. Boetoo. Baaj. oUl-euly BKWAKK or THE BABY 1BBXPBBIBBCKD gf'ACfcS and boary hearted iapoatora aow in tbia city, who aaaame half a d< aen altaaaa. in aa many different ollcea Aroid ezaoaure. loaa oi repu tath a. health, and even life itaelf. and confide yoar troablea In L'r LKON. wall kaowi here for tto laat ten year* a# the moat reliable, trustworthy, and skillful phrstciaa adrertifin* Be doaa not tHS? or burning: falflll* all ha prvmieee. and fnaraataaa ?accesa wh? ii others fail. Strut*u Koomt f*r Lmdy FmitmU. PriTat* C onsultation loom* 414 10th street B B ? The Doctor doaa nwt employ any ?>-callpd ii.n.iisau. tberefora patienta avoid any ezaoeire wbateter.aatber ??? no on^ bat the Doctor mstl ly 111 TAB1BO AB BBDuffBBBT POLICY IB D tto BOBTH W E3TKBN, yoa aaeare yoar old f 17 B street. B W , Washington. B O. BOWLBY, ? I ? B str*-1, Adrrrtisitt* Agent. aceac^jn*t possible want or dependence apon others; yoa provide for yoar family in the nasi of daatlt; and tbo money yon pay to the company will earn Ka from I to 7 per cent, oompotuad Intsrset. Ofloe, ?? 7tb ?treat. mhV tf 1. T. KBIOHT, Oenoral Agent. M. H. PIIICI'I LOAN OFFICE, itss PKBNHYLYAN1A atkbcb ( 9t 8TA1HS.) SAXAK FOB TBB SALB 99 UNREDEEMED GOODS fsl tx CBDFKNKATB. W ABTBD? All thoae who tsioe tbxr aixut to ? ? know that ttobert " OBI DOLLAB sPB<> TACLK In the coantry la accurately stilted to tto f,esi#hti> 11 11. 11KBPLBB. the Optician, crner 4>i ureat acd PennavlsaaiaaTenaa. Lapot for Ther od ?oaetera of all fciods. jell WPECiAli bOTH.'B ? Tl?e peraon who In tie ^ LOT OF BKB0HANDl3B,aow with me for the laat twelve bod tto, will take notice that If not taken away by tto tat of September it will to said to pay advances B B PB1NCS, 1004 P-ansylvaala avenue, ao? tf Loan Oflce and Salea Booar ES. JUSTB PA IB FA1B PBIOBB FOB . Lad tea'. Peats' aad Children's SBCOND UANDOLuTHIBO. UBDKBOLQTBIBO. B')OT3, BHOKS. Ac .at 4 1* Mh street B W^.and at 61V r St I set. between fth aag 7th streets Bate by man gf mptly attewd^d to >eA-ly* Ladies bcffkbibo fbom ibbboi labi T1KS or any complaint peculiar tu their aes. shi uId confide in PR LBOB. the only reliab e ar d ei</*j( ??<at *<k"i Physician for sach specialty in tto city. Ladies d'sirtntt treatment can repoee in him the ntmoet r< nfldeme. Be especially invite* a call from thoae who have bean 4ec*iTed and swindled by the many hsmt ugs and advertialag quacks luiesUng the eily. A spewjy core is guaranteed tn all caaaa. ^Wili raesHJ far Lady puiimtt. Corresp. r ? strictly sonfldeatial. B ura-N ia 1. 1 to 3, ( to 4. Koosia 414 10th street. ab.?fe Pa. avenoe. <lel4 I \B BOTT'S FBBNCB FOWDBBS CKKTAIM if COM.? for Nervous Debility. Saaraal Amis Bold in Washington by wl. B. KSTWISLB, Druxglat, oorner Pennay Ivania a venae aad 17th street FriaeSS per box.eat.thy mall. jy?-ly VK/ABTID?BTBBY OBB la KBOW. ttot tto LADIES' GOODS, Etc. ( ; BEAT BKPCCT10B OF FKI0KS ! BiSABI BTBSI9, BA1K ABD FABCY STOBB. ltll PlimLTilli AVKM K, Uth aad 13th atr^B, Is now stocked with a tick, bandaome and ssaaon al le tagiety of goods, to wklck tto livttaa tto spe cial attention of the ladies. liar Stock amipriaaa a lat of Ladies Undevclottoa. Bar Stock canpriaaa a lat of Ladies' Caderelottoa, well made and <d aood materia,*. Baaian Hair of every hoe and description. Chamialaea, Bralda aad Curia. A aa rted L^cee. > atcy Buell and Oomba, Ivory Artie lea, Perfumery, Fana, Hair D>a. Ac.. Ac. All f which will to sold at UKBATLT BK PCCBP PB1CKS. myg-tw VKIAT KBSCCFIOB. OUR PRICE ONLY. HINRY K1NQ, Jr., BABOBIC TBBFLB, OCBBKK ?ti ABD F STKKBTS Twenty fvs thonannd dollars of B1LLIBBBT ABD F4BCT BOODd, FLOW BBS, BlBBOBS. LACBS. BTBAW OOOD9, BOS1KKY. GbOTK.". PAKABOLS, OOKSBTS. LAD 1KB YBiTB Bold at M per sent above ooat. P^UvwfyOna Prion Paly. myBly 907 "? 907 Ladlaa wfll do vail to esaaaisa ay large Moek of hPKlBQaad^BSBBBK OOP PS. in parti U> Or, Bi _ Bonnets and Bo Blbbona and F_ Cade* B A TUBAL CCKLS ot^evsr^^htos. atae and^a^la^t J net rweetveS, a larva aeeoi isaeat of LADI19 W ALB IBS BCITS. and aMtng very aheap I Have re.iocd tto prleaa of Uoraala; tha beat FBBBOB COKBBTB fraa ?4 ta ??. aad tto ottor ?yl? JB pm cent, laaattona wtsAaco._ A fuU t?aaf FAB ASOLS and BBKBOIDbIIBB, So., aad aalllng vary low. S. BBLLKBB, hu a T1A Bartot JCST A FTTLL ASSOBTBBNT OB BATOKAL OCBLS. saS year akanp * mnLi FIS JCST BKCB1YKD? FAA18 BIB SMI aa SI per pnlr ~W a. an VIB BA.1LKST SPAUB AMUSEMENTS. 6/AM) CWION OOBCEBT FOB THE ?t"" (J Hi if the Wljfwi wd Urtkiii?( Q?nin< in tha District of ColrrnMa will come o3 at LIB COLS HALL on the 6th or Jcxa.aud will b? oaened with prayer by i h- Bar. Dr. B. HuMwI. The. opening anttem will b*: " #?? Hoar of I'rayer." K. Thcmt.i C-mmodore will reed the f**?,rito porm of Mr Llaoola. "Ob' Whr Bh^nl l tb* Spirit of Mortal be Proud. ud *e>eral olh?r P< ??? After the poem, the favorite tune. "Eix ?r." of the O'rmnni and tba "Happy Family," by Mitt Aaaa Hall.of Baltimore, and ??them. The"Lamh It K Solo.' by PhltMiir Ford, of P iward Cnireraltr. Ibe Maria* Bind will ba in attendance. Ttckete for ?ale at alt tba principal Book and Made "rtorei. I'rioe FIFTT CENTS. ,*13. B ASK B A L ii . HATfliHElS Tf. OLT1PIC. THEBSDAT. .TTNB ler. HAYMAhEbo vs. OLYMPIC AMATEIBJ rBIDAT. JOBS ?0. BATVAKI1S va. OLYMPIC "Bin* Btockinge. OLYMPIC GBOCNDS. corner Htb atxi Set*. AdrneMcn -THl BSDAT, 43 oenta. FBIItAY Senate ?|M2t GX.003 GIFTS. BAND Oirr (ONCBBT AMD DISTRIBUTION iok tbc nmn or Tkt Fotmdlmt A'tturn. Shuts ?/ Chanty. P/,w York, StltuT* mnd liars' Orpnmmt To ba held la Wsehisfcta. D* u!i i?ln and by virtue of a permit from Hen A. Pleaaautoo. Ho.n ni tak iiar of Internal Berenne, on the 17th of J nly, ls71, poait lva'y. Tba fo I lowing GfTTi win be awarded the rocree*ful tick't bolder* by tba OotntnltsloneTa: 4 story Brck 66 M. Cal?ert ??., Baltimore, fM OHO. J.J#' acit-s Timber Land in Waehiogfon Co., Md .with tbrea Dwellings and Saw Mi l lying on Oh"*, and Ohio Canal $K pno. J story Brick H n-e, 131 B'l ton st., Belt*., S 16jot) 3 itort Brick Hon*, :D0 Conway at , Balto.. 07.5TO 1 fine Evidence near OoTaeafown, 3 mflea from BaMo., oa Paaeenaor R. W . >11 uuo. 1 One Baeidenre near eoranetown, ?me Iocattoa. B?iOO 1 flue Residence near Gorai e U ?n. aarne location, 9?A00. 1 fine Baatdenea near Qovanatown. ?ame Uoa, ?7MO. T Lotaartj.ini in shore suburban y.-oaerty, 9KM0 each, BI7J0-K ?w Caah Gifts, W) nuO B >nds, Mrowa- - ilia Precinct ard Linoola Connty, Nebraska, 7 aer cant, gold I't. $4jM US. Booda, 010 000 B.C. State Bmda;110 bbarea National Be- tunica' Baak, Balto.: 1U0 -hares Cltliena' National Baak, Balto.; Mu Ohares Northern Central B B , luu Share* Brie B. B.; 20 Share* Balto. Hi Ohio B . B ; Jo Baa rea Pblii, , Wilmiagtoa and Balto. B B. 63 000 Tic kits on y willbe*okl,M ?> aach,J?BMij? Hen ? McCollocoh Biktoo. MA. I Mai Oao.T. Castlk, Balto ,Md. \ nmmu r$ Hon. J.B. Nbgliy.M. 0.. Ptttebara, Pa.. Kejermu** Maj. Ben. D. Hunter/yS A, Wati in*tee, P. O.; Mob Jee. t? Megtey, Pitt* to eg, P* ; Firat IMiwa) Baak. H'geratown. Md ; AMlensa A Co., Baak era. Haferatowa. Md.; Hon. B. J Brent, late Alt> Baa'I, Baltimore. D< ad* of the ahora Baal Batata eertlftad l y < ui ael, hi the hand* of Mia Traatea. Ticket* ltd coai.1 ? _ dicalar* can be bad of W. ?. MaUeroU A Ce., Mo-lr Dealer*. Ml Pen BUT It an i? wwie; W II. * O H. Morriaon. Boek*?ller?, 4T? Paaaaytraaia aTonae: Beaj IVWolf, Jeweller. BIB Peantrlean ia aveaae; J - o. O Parker. Booktellar*, 1ST 7th rtre^t, a iatrf'p A Dudley, Bcal Batata Agent*, Tj Loaltiatia avepae.or P. 0. DBTLIN. General Agent. Stationer aad Printer, Bo. 31 Naaeaa street. Bew York. Order* by nail will reaelre prompt atten tion. B ABLOW B SAtLBBI Of r 1 It m ARTS, Bo. 199A PBBNBYLVANLA i I FIBCIBG OPHBLIA, AYBBCB, TBB BHABBBPBBt-B BAMLBT, By WBBBBB.of Cincinnati, npU HOW OB EXHIBITION. R OOBB or TBI T. *. c. A., CWBNEB B1NTB AND D BTBBBTS. FEEB BEADING BOOM ABD LIB BABY. The following New Book* bar* reoaekly been ntf ded tc the Library : Ge< tge Saad'*" Baow Man " t McDonald'* " Pnanu?ie* " Mi** Aleott'a' Mood* " Mace * " Moathfal of Bread." " kcbiiaon Cm*oe." aiegantlT Illustrated Lowell** " Among My Book*. ' Grant Wbtte'aM Word* and tbelr Dae*." Ppeke'a" DiaecTery of the Scarce* of the Nile." GYMBAB1CM. aaleadHly fltiad np with ail the araaratns of a flr?t dlau Symwarlain. Daily Prayer Meeting* at auonday and ? p tn. a(26 tf No 4M 1 BXnBITIOfl I No. 4M 7th S AJI* BALI < 7th Stuit. \ a* ( Btumwt. Bo. 4BB Beranth street, lajfau D aad B street*, : doe above (Jaa Batlo eight doety aboT* OOQ Vailow*' Hall. Choice Of! Paint lag*. Bngrariag*. Chromo* Alao, Largest Stock Payer Htuging*. W >:idow Pladec.Pictnr* Fraaaea, Pictnr* Cord* and T taef Bines, Nalia. Ae , In the District. MF-TERMS, CASH. _ ^ Plaaae remember Name and Bambov. if? ly" C EdCBIVBACH'S PlaBQBi .ra F, A'?. 423 lia Street, a6o?* Per,**. A -mm, (B?ta?li?hbd Ovk* 40 Tkab* ) Bole ageacy for the sale cf the celebrated P1ABOB of Wat- Eaaha A Co.. Baltimore, aad Wn^jm M< CaaaoB, AlbaAv: alao, eecond b*u<'|kaHI Ptaooa. OrtkM and Melodaoa* (or aala or"' a** i cm uu ii?. moot aceommodatlBg tarma; Piano aad Orraa Tu ag aad Beaairtng api-ly * LECTUBES. SCIENTIFIC LECTLBEB. Dr. B. P. HOWLAND wHl deliver a conraeof foar Lectarja ou the WOBDBBS OF THB MIOBO BCOPB, aaiog the ELBOTB1U LIGHT for the lllaa traifoee, with exaerimaate ia BITSOUS OX1DB sh wlng its wonderful ann-itbetic iaflaanoo, at Lin co n Hall oren FE1DAY BVBBING, oommmcing c* a Hail rrery FB1DAY 1 J aoe X aad (Misg J an* >3 Admieeion to osob Lectn; uaatar* B crata. . Ttnre* to exhale ice at S o'clock. ?oertra charge for riaarred *eau. Tieketa aad referred arafa Tor aala at Parke*'* Now* Depot Ceveath street, opposite Peat Office. >el Bit* ^CQOXACilS M CO. flAIOI. Prof. GAEL BTCBTEB baa the hoaor ? uform hie fn-nda aoo the music 1otid8|B^^H pabttc that he haa aecozed the agency for MI til BCHOMACEEE PIABOB, of world wide reputation, which hare graced the parlor* of the Bxecatir* Mansion for a somber of year*. Alao. for the celebrated BCBDBTTB CELE8TB PABLOB OBOAB, and that he ia araaari * an sell on the aaoat naaoL able terms or a*oi.ahly inata^maata. Alao, that be will crmttaae daring the enmaer moat he to gire lnerractioBe oa Piano a&d Uman at hi* cool and ?""m'aSfcllTUU 4T11IP1. ?>g ln>* beiwaim 0?h and ItWh atreets. FOB ?r M M ER WE IK. jm EXCI1T BLUB FLANNEL BUfTB *10. It, ?19 CHBYiOT BU1TB 10,13, 13*. Bltt BBOWB LIB EN BUITS - 1 ?P ?? WBITB DCCE SL ITS , WBITB DCCEYJBBBY*, (BaBlMi). ALPACA COATB BH,?.?,?. B? M0HAIB COATB, SBABMd BBOWB S la ?? ' LIN BE OFFICE OOATB ? YBo. to 91 BXTEA LAEck MSB'S DOCB BCITB fT.BO TIME LIBIT COLO EBB CABBIMEBB DBBBB PABTB ^ 4, 0, 0, ?T ALL WOOI. OABB. BOB. PANTS i 50 *3 | FOB WH1TB DUOE aad MAE SEILLBB YBBTB ? ?to ?4 BOTB' LIE EN BB1EB , .. B.BO, 03 SPECIAL BABGA1NS. FTEB BLUB CLOTH FBOCE COATB ?10. BIB BLACE CLOTH BBOOft OOATB?? B to BIB B/-OOOD9 OOBB AO ADTEBTfBD. 1 POPULAR OLOTH1NO HOUSE, 1011 PEBBBTLFAMIA ATBBUB. AMUSEMENTS. NO POSTPONEMENT ON ACCOUNT / or .j f t j . ? ? . - i . r THK ?j WEATHER or THE SCHUETZEjY fest IX THE FABK SHOOTING, ? ! ? - it BOWLING, COFCEBT, 'DANCING, FIREWORKS, .Sc., i ? ? " '? 1 * ? 0 V ** i PRIZES, 4c. 0 f jtl-H EVENING STAR Washington Haw* and Qouip. THE PrBUC DEBT IUTEM1II. The public debt statement, issued from the Treasury Department to-day, show* totals a' follows: Utbt btarxnt InttrtH m Votn. Bond* at I ?er 00 Bonds at 6 p?r cent 2n.7S4.7U0 ? f IJWilK.iM 09 Urbt Btnrin* inttrrU in Lair/mi Monty. Ortmcuies of Indebt hidm*. at 4 per cent... $679,000 00 Navy pen lion foa?l, at 3 per ceut...14,003,000 00 tibcatea at3 p#r cent 34,4!VtM) 00 4J.li?jOOO n lebt o* which liliwt baa ceased Nine* maturity..... 1.9PV UJ2 21 IHbt Star in * no Inter Old demand and legal tender note* WjONiM fO fractional currency 40-W4.76R n Coin certificate* 17.145,400 00 ? 413318.985 Total (elit ...????? JrJM.W7.7I7 0 Intereet 3HM2.W 6 Total debt, principal and intereet f 2,397,740.149 63 r?/A is lAt Treasury. Coin f ? 744JBf M Cnrreacy I.MIJH M 08,80530 *1 Debt, lew cash in the Treasury, June 1 1*71 IJW 114,184 81 Debt, lt-n ca?ii in the Treaaury. May ), 1 m 1303371,613 14 Decrease of dtbt during the past month ?~ 4,439J6o S3 Dureass ofdtbt eince March 1, M71. gtl.S74.gg 11 Decrease of debt from Maifk 1,1MB, to March 1,1871. _? f*M.7M.4?3 0J The statement of bonds 'ssn^rt to the Pacific Bail roe d Companies ehors totals as follows: Principal outstanding, f64.818.K32. Interest ac crued and not yet paid, C1,6K,1<0.?0. Interest paid by the United States, *10,7M,910.45. Intereet repaid by transportation of mail*, S2,876,71&33. Balance of interest paid by United States, IintiiL Bbvbbub?Tue receipts from this totree to-day were #461 ,fe ).61. Tea SrBecuPTioae to tie new loan to-day nntad to ?1W,000. Tib Tuiitir Dbaitieiit has declined the offer of Jay Cooke St Co. to take* 130,000,000 of the new loan. ______ Rbv. Da. O. B. Bot?to?* entered apen the duties of Reoorder of the General Land Office this morning. TBB PlMiPMT and Mrs Grant with Miss Nellie and Master Jsesle Grant and General Porter, left this morning on the early train for Long Branch. Tbs Austbiab oovaaKiijrKT at the request of President Grant has ooasented to allow tneir minister here, Baron Von Lederer, to preside over the arbitration of the Cuban claims. Thb Polabis, Captain Hall, will aail rrem here on Batorday for Mew York, and after remaining in that port two weeks will leave for the Polar Bee. Tbb Wbitb Housa?Generals Baboock and Dent of the President's staff, and Col. Robert Douglass, his private secretary, remain at the Executive Mansion to transact all routine basi nets daring the abeence of the President. FCBLISM> STAlWHBJiT th It fll.W.OOO bad been bequeathed to the United Slates by a ileh Englishman who died recently is without oandaUon. Secretary Boutwell bas received no such information. Vice Pbbsibbbt Colfax wa? last evening conducted in a carriage to the railroad depot, where he took passage In a special car tor his home In Indiana. He w*s accompanied by Dr. Bliss, Mr. Todd, his private secretary, and several other gentlemen. IV. Babqbbt, Commissioner of Customs, retired trom that offioe yesterday, and Br. B. A. Lock wood, Cbier Clerk of the Bureau, was designated bv the President Acting Com m ? s oner until the appointment of Mr. Sargent's successor. Tdi Naval Acadbkt The distribution of (1 jlomas to tb? -radiating elan at the Naval Academy will i?se place on Monday next, at which time Secretary Bohsson will he present to make the oistrlbatiOB. The Junior olaases will sail en their summer crttiaO on Monday, the Uth instant. Assistabt Bbcbbtabt or tb?Bbba*cbt.? Dmlrg the ahscnee of Jadge Richardson in Europe Assist a at Secretary Hartley will in the esse of absence or sieknees of the Secretary, perfirm the daties of Aetlag Secretary, havtag received hie oossmlseton tram the President yesterday. Taa orBBATTons of the Patent Office for the week ending May 30, eotnpftte the lmue of no 'new patents, 11 re lutes, 23 deelgns, aad 18 .radhtnarks. Among the patents granted are the following to dtisens of Washington: John McClelland, Ira plagi C. ?. Treritt, doenment case; Tolbeit LsnsCna. far eemb and brtuh. Cbabqbs at Wbot PotMT^?OapL Boynton. U. 8. A., has been rslleved from daty at the Military Academy at West Point, and ordered to Join his battery. LleuL Churehlll, 4th artll Irry, bss been or lerad to report to the Super intendent of the Military Academy for flu:/ as adjutant or the Academy. Tu Coll koto a ob Cubtoxs at Mobil*.-* Set rotary Bontn t has decided to allow J udge Miller, Collector or Customs at Mobile, Ala^ *o retain his position. Judge Miller has been in town for seme days, but leaves here this evening tor his home. Kz-Benator Warner and Col. '1 liiiothy Pearson were urged for tb poution, but Mr. Bavtwell decided net to make any change in the office; Mr. Warner was ap pointed Governor of Mew Mexico a few days age, bat does not like that poeiUon. Ooraiseiowra Plbasobtob's RailboadDb cnsiow?The decision of the Commissioner or Interaal Bevenue adverse to the New York Central Railroad Company has created quite a Central Rauzoad Company has created qu flutter, aad that oempany has sent Mr. A< tusScheli to Washing taw to appeal from the decistoa of Oommisstemer Pleasoatoa. The letter of appeal bas been received by Secretary Boutwell, aad he has referred the matter to the Solicitor of the Treaeary tor aa opinion upon the right or an appeal fr m the Rsveaae Oom mimlater to the Secretary. BT TBB PBBetOBBT.?Th? to his departure, this morning made the tallowing appointmentsGeo. Ban. croft. It be Envoy Extraordinary aad Minister Plsnfgstontiaij to the Germaa Empire. Was. B. Clegett aad He*yL Warns, of Meatans Territory, aad Was. hT Paraoas, ef Texas, to be eeaunMsioaersto provide for oelebratiag the ornteanial anniversary if American lndepen dt nee, at Phf adelphia. George W. Wood/ to be collector of internal reeeaee tor the 1st dis trict of Texaa. Belah Wators, to be asaeasor ef internal revenue M district of Alexandsr B. Wallace, collet nnc 5th district New Jereey. ? ?4?.? TBB PlTTOTO* PiaAMI r?dM of tlu Coroner't Jury?The coroner's Jury have brought in their verdk tin the oese of the Pitt ston eolHery accident, aad Bad that the m?as of veaMlettoa were net sack ee required by the ?t of the Pea: ae of the ma ivaaia Legislature; that por sre net properly oAed, that the oomptmv had en the day of the accident employed a greater number of seen thaa Is war. ranted by the act leftnM to; aad farther, that the Inspector ef Miaee knew of the e violaUone <4 law, hat felled la Ms <ato la aot agatTit them, and applying to the oc taJuBftton against the operators. It Is to be brpe< that after saeh a Chill aad dkdMve verdict, la wl ich palpable aegieet ta cartag tor haasaa life Is plainly shewn jthat the dae i will le awarded to thsse ahe have b lets t f their reepoariMaeharga. VTti oonaty school tax bee boea voted for by^i| rry^seaaty la Virgiaia, twenty la aamber, 1 v A deughtor ef Wa M. Tweed was as rltd. la New York, yesterday, ta the Bon. j. Mat Innls, of California. VThe r#Tolatton fm Paaaaaa Is about eaded. Tie Ai. esieea stosmsr Mcntijo has boea re> s'oied b> the lneorgea^, and the revolattoiisU at Chinqei hem tanencerf <2 their i TELEGRAMS TO THE STAB. Thli Afternoon's Diipstohee. iHoctolH Press Reports. FROM EUROPE TO-DAY. TtUfropked Exclusive^ to Tke Tk? TemlllM Tm*h Cm Loitdo*, June 1.?A Tiwui special dispatch from ParU says the Versaillee troops are not now as popular as when they entered Pari*, be-. mom of the severe measures taken by them against the population. Large numbers of Kreaehmen and foreigners are returning to Parts to resume commercial and manfacturing operations. ? dispatch from St. Denis to-day says two re pimento of the guards have returned to Ger many, and their (dacee have been supplied by other troops. dla*teae ?>ek. Gladstone has bteu indisposed, bot Is now in better health. CeUlen* Mrlks la Wales. The eollters of South Wales hare resulted to strike unless conceded an advance of tire per cent. In their wages. Bone specie and cotton wore saved from the wreck of the Crescent City. The rumors of agitation and a Car list rising in Spain are officially contradicted. mask Kkai takes Herat. The Timrt has a dispatch from Bombay that Herat fell into the handa of Yakoob Khan through treachery,and thegOTernor was killed. Farrs Bealgee4. IvOUDO*, June 1?The Sumlard of thla after noon contains a dispatch from Versailles an nouncing the resignation of Favre. Two mure membf re of the commune, Fraukell and Fon taine, hare been arrested. Marquis Gabriao :oea ts Berlin on the ftd Instant as ambassador. The ii terdiction upon ingress to and egress from i aria will be removed from the Ckl ln?t. The |lee lease sued ike Flsksry C lease of tke Waaktagleo Treaty. Halifax. Juaa L?The Washington treaty continues to he discussed by the newspapers. The Col mitt and Mrprtti approve the treaty The Chronicle and Xecerder treat the eahject from rirtT views. The Reporter part)\ disapproves the treaty, expressing the dure to see mors favorable oondl Mona to tfce portion rslating ts the fisheries. In the latter paper of last evening the folio slag telegram from one of the Ottawa Cabinet aj> pears: ?? If the treaty ts ratified by the Queen, fie jort on respecting the fisher lee will be ac cepted or rejeetsd by the Canadian Parltamest next festoon. The Ooverameat and Parliament a- e quite free to deal with It as the In tercels or Csnsds may require." The C if urn haa an editorial thla aoralng. which proceedj on the prsenmption that tne functions of FarUameat have been aasamed by the Canadian government, by whom it affirms the treaty has Wen ratified. JallstdifAam One tke FUtform Committee. Cplcmbos, Oato, tlana L?Ths Democratic Ststi Convention met at half-past ten thi? morning. The attendanoe la large. John I. MeKianev was elected temporary chairman. The to!lowing committee on resolnUoaa we* appoint) d ?1st district, Wm. M. Kamaey, Sd, M. W Oliver; 3d. C. L.. Yaliandgham; 4th, Chsa. Hawkins, 5th. O. U. Lam toon; 6th, O. A White; Tth, J. E. Wright: 8th, H. D. Vantlset. 6th, J. V. Dickinson; lOtn, T. H. Hard; 11th, A. Alter; 12th, A. Mayo; 13th, Qeooge W. Morgan; 14th, D. S. Ubl; ISth, W. K Golden: lull. J. M. Estsp; lith, 1>. Worley; 18th, W. W. Armstrong; 19th. J. H. Udell. A resolution fhstrnctlng the committee on r< solutions not to consider the fourteenth and flfYron'h amendments in its deliberations ?at tabbed. Heccse till 2 o'clock p. m. The Ispskllesa MplU la Sew York New Yohx, June 1.? The apeclal committee of the I Dion Kspubllcan General Committee have issued a manifesto to the republican* or New York in which they state that Jackson 8. Sc huti sad Wm. Orton have called on the re publics! ? of our city to reorganize the p*rty. Tre -recal committee advise the republican* ot New Voi k not to take part, not lot In this frac ""i*l bm vement, adding tnat the regular or ganization with Horace Greeley at the bead wnl not disband at the oommand or any n?urp ii g State oommittee or other unauthorized body. Peer Crepa is Arkasiaa Mnrurs, June 1?Gloomy reports of the crops have boon received from Pulaski, White, Woodruff, and Jackson counties, Arkansas owing to ths Ineeaaaat rains and late froet The "and of cotton la very poor, and manv plantations havs been plowed up and planted with corn. lhe Fert Smith Herald says the rsjorta from the counties of the mountains are gloomy enough, especially wheat, and it is doubtihl If aven eesd will bo saved. MnrVKTS, June 1?The trial of E. M. Yerger, for killing (Jol. Crane, la progressing In Jack aon, Miss. Ths defendant's counasl made a mo tion to dismiss, aa account of former Jeopardy in the trial by military eommiaelon, which was overruled, on the ground that such trial was unconstitutional. a: Niwtob.M. J., Junel?Ths post offlos was entered by burglars last night and robbed of a amalTamonnt or money and aome registered tet ters. An unsuccessful attempt was made to rn the safe in Mattison 's & Sharp's book re, adjoining tke poet office. The Qfily iarrlw ef a Shipwrecked Crew. 8a* Fbabcisoo, May 31?Joseph Lerritz, a seaman of the British steam tug Princess Loulala, wrecked in theStralts of Magellan, ha* arrived here on a sailing veaael. He report' that all thereat of the crew were killed or made prisoners. Brftfah Celnnahts em the Has Fbabcisco, May 31at?The British Oolumbls pspers ore greatly excited over the lota of the It-land ol Ban Jnan, going so rar a to advise the British government to eeis-} it and bold by force. Fire la Mew Yavk. Miw Yobk, Junel ? A fire this morning a< No. fi Frankfort street damaged tne stor* el tieorge Burghart. The offices of the Inek Item scrat aad Sunday Democrat ware injured by water. Loaa small. F^rlagHi Halifax, May 31 ?H. B. M.'s ships Cadmus and Volage, of the flying equadron, have ar i ived item Ber mud a to victual and refit oetore tailing for Bohea. H sslaia n Haw Yobk, June 1?It is 'understood that George H. Mumford takes the place of George Walker aa one of the vice preeldenta of tne Western Union Telegraph Company. BaLTTOobb. June 1?Cotton strong middling or lands, 17As, low middling, M*el7. Flour weak, bu? SSLjitfoMbsp * ssfilr^W eeltrn . jt: flue, fiajTfreV, eitrv ? ".:s?t7JiTai?iUy.#r J6a?M8 wTeattfull .L : [eak; choice white^St OafiJ prime ts choice gel t dull an<! traa, vuvivr waatvev* ^va^fi pnw um cAoice re. >1 Ohio and Indiana. ?1 56 White souther I >rr, stock scares; T?e8S; vMlow southern 7i*n )ats unlet, 62a66 Fork qsMt, ?17. Becon <i?i*?; ibculders, 1\; rib sides. 9V; clear rib eidee. SK. sugar eared baas. Mal7. Lard dull, llallH. Whisky an iet, M; itock scarce. BALTiHoii, Jure 1 - Virginia lixes, old. MK bil W^eekeS: do. im. n b'd. 7*% a?Sed; do. kid, 71 asked, do. eeupea eld ? bM.d'dk asked; do eospon.aew^TO bM. Horth Carolinae,old, tf bid, IVbw1 'V^Juae 1.?Stocks dull aad rather ?vy. aeverameete steedr sad strenn. Tirglais ts. ?*%; do new,7J*. *npth Oaroliaes C , <1n ^.avVkowreMy l Ooid atoadj. Ilk S? dhesge. leag 10%; ehort, ? >w Yobk, June 1?Flour qo>et and steedr Wheat quiet aad firm. OerBsteedfT ? ?e ? -JBALOUST, Mcbbbb am> SciotM?Tn?day afternoon, la GMoage, Martin Kenda, aged 21, shot Catherine Neck a law, aged 20, inflicting a aortal weand, and Has shot Mswati, dying mmediately. There was aa engagement or Tlsge between them. On the occasion or German procession on Monday Catherine nt outdriving with a yoang man. Thla ex td Martin'a Jealousy. rata dont know mueh. They steal _ and stow them away ter oato. a^Ths snail stands a chanoe far the tooth ache. Suasi lad| ayi he haa 110 rows af tseth, With 111 on each row, or 12^40. VQneea Viotaria'a salary la enly S2.200.000 a year, hut by aelTlng butter from her dairy Ihrms and oloss economy she manages to tlggls through. VAt East Saginaw, Michigan, a few nights Mace, a uapese performer fell and atruck an Xbane fiddler. Trspsss shows there have to y fiddlers a big salary new. THE WORLD OF FASHION. bTYL.ES FOR JUNK. E retting for Optra and CnumnmCi Sammer Suits ui How to Make Them Jewelry, Paraoalo. ke., *e, fte. [Awttt Fukwn CerrripomiU+i ?f Mt-ntttfi Star.] Naw Vow, June 1, lb/L dumuo Tom. run orui. Fee tbe beaett of "mh ladies who only occa sionally iWt the opera It may be remarked that rail drew if by bo bnu requisite. Toilette* are graduate*], and very properly ao far at oon veidtnce U coneeraed, by the part of too boose in which the neat* are located. ladles occapylng boxes are expected to appear la full drees, that i?, without boaneta, but au unoevered neck U rarely aeon. In the more democratic dreso circle and parquet ladle* wear bonaote, and handsome suits; occasionally aa opera eloak or jacket, bat rarely o trained dreee. Indeed, upon tbe bare door had lathe mixed aaaemSl ago ablch gathers la the lower part of tbe hoeee elaborately dressed heads and drawing room teilettea would seem very niach out of place. With gentlemen it Is different. From thein drem coats, white e?1ged veett, and Mght kid glovee are exacUd in any part of the house, and latterly they have taken to wearing button hole boqneta. which impart a ver/ feu like air tj their otherwise uniform and too mouoteaoua stjle of drees. eociWT COAT*. There is a strong diapvsiuou on the part of manv gentlemen to kick at the dross coat bum ness," and insist epoa their right to wear who ever kind of ooat happens to be convenient tor them to wear. They Insist, with troth, that tha exactions with riapoet to drem exclade all the bratrs from society, and that society will never amooTit to anvthtng so long aa a'l the eaorgy must be expended an o aocktie in order to get there. At preeent, tbe brainleee people aare quite tbe beet of It; in fact, tbey are the only oaae who oaa properly sustain position ta a cir cle from wbloti idea* are excluded and clothee amtaan tm.ua Quite new and exceedingly pretty aummer ?Ilka hare fallowed the little hair stripes which appeared early ta the eoaoon. aad bare mi need aa almost equal fUrore. 1 hey are soft, tight, yet dnraMe. and pooormedof considerable body, Without weight or stifBoao. Tbey are known as fbulards, armmrt de Lyon and arm ore Benaeia, the latter tbe name of the maker. They are Imparted la all the level) neutral ecru, and are aimoet uniformly employed In two fha dee of the same colors, or in oonaection with a f olid silk of a different ahade of the aame coior. la addition to the arm urea, which are >2 per yard, there are new twilled foulards aad in dirated silka fir coetumea at 0150 per yard, which are vary eft ecu re aad aeafal, becaaoe tbey do not crush eaetly aad being all silk will oleaa aad afterwards dye tor lining*, or tbe foundation for costnmee of blank grenadine. Tbey also make excellent traveling suits for ladies who atop mack at bote la aad require something bar comer than linen. The two most fOflhtonable tints ta irasn4t Lyrm are tee twee aad /m /row, tbe latter a pale aalmoa with a pi Imroae flu>h in It. Tbe first is worn eaeortas?< ovir nut brown, tbe second ever black striped a lk or grenadine. The darker color el way a eaters acmewbat into the trimming of tbe cos ts ma, blade the rufflse or edgee the folds, bat description of ench complicated designees are now worn woald be nseleas; they moat be aeen. It may bo rem irked, however, that the "ooe tume " so celled nearly alway* coneiats of a p< lonaise eat with a postll'.iao basque and full skirt at the back instead of an npper skirt and Jacket as last season, and is looped at the sides only. Sashes are worn for convenience by thoee who have tl em, bat the new toilettee for tbe street dispense with them. Chambery geese and light tiasneof that description are reviving tbe unWcoming "bayadere'' stripes, which bad a brief succeee twelve years ago and burdened many women with rich silk dreases which looked like baln.oraI petticoats aad were unbearable when the little rage for them bad died out. Ii ia said tt.ey are to re-apj oar again the oom:ng fall; we bo^eiot. w annua errrs. Waahtag suits of white and bafl linen and lawn have become quite as Indiapensat le to woman aa to aen. and are made in much greater variaty f r the former than for the latter, from who?'ua doubtedly they originally borrowed the id ?a Tbe cost ,"ready-made, ranges from live to tittw dollars, the latter price inctadiag betuU trimnod with guipure of the auuo fhade. and One ptftwi trimmed with baada and rufflee of embroidery. Volte a novelty la exhibited in Kngllab suits of linen embtoidered with white cotton, or with black and crimeon or ecarlet wool. Tbey are rather pretty at 11 ret sight, bat woald look dreadfnlly vulgar when tbey became common. Tbe Kngluh eeemta trim their cheap fabrics altogether too much, coarse yellow liaea comes in euita, tricked oat with I nutation, 0 cotton imitation of Ducbeeae laoe. The simpler elm pie fabrics are made up the better. The whole deeign which le te provide a neat, convenient and uaobtraalve eoetaaae, Is destroyed by this m>narable system M imitation and display. Oar home made washing ceetusaee are certainly In better tasto, lmltattoa laoe u not used upon them, aad the real guipure odIv upon tbe fine b&tuu and Cuban clcUi, which baa aach a allky appearaaoe that It demands and repays mora coat In lta decoraUoa aad finisl* Upon plain liaoas, folds aad at agio ptaattnge have displaced tbe foeay pallh aad raflUe which formerly dtsfigared them, and made them tho terror of tbe boaeehold upon waahiag day. Black velvet is still aaad apoa oootamee of white pftu, but tt ie rua through very i atxape, whi* are otltobad dawa at regular la tervaia above the hem; ie easily taken oat, and easily pat back after tbe waebeff It la i ione of tboi tire methods of trimming white aeatamaa of piqnt, and waehli^ aatine, which, it ia uadar etood, are rarely worn em $miU, bat generally with a b*ack or colored silk skirt. French ladies wear them with plain walking skirts at Mack velvet, at tbe aaaatde and far eaoaraione, aad i otbing can be more effective. Very popular suits of white pt?u* aad ' taUme are trimmed with a baud and scant ruffle of baadeome German embroidery, a deep, flat, single pleating finishing tbe lower skirt, wasaiao Lianas ahd Lacaa. The oid adage, " Whan tba I?rd aaa he should have sent cooks," la varied now to meet a now dilemma It reads at preeent, I When the Lord aent aa washing dreeaes ba aheuld bavo sent somebody to wash tbam." Tbe lsnndreaa of tbe period asos lime to save bar elbows, and knows bow to make oat a bill as well ae a continental tan-keeper. Linen are like liaea ee'lars; it aasOs more te waah them tliaa it dcee to bay new ones, and the nhanoos era that when tbey have boon washed tbey will bave to ba thrown away. Oh! for a little old-fashioned elbow soap and pure water, like that which made aar grand it ether's print dramas tbe pride of her heart, aa long as there was a place left ta them. Tba domestic article which we have imported lato & Tur kiteLens begtae to robot oatloof tbe waoh~ l ah, and, botwooa cooks and laaadreeam, lifts promises to become at already. Where are 1 A new method has lately 1 waablng laoe by and wttbact hot i satisfactory. Collar*, coiffures, b baadkercf >efa, and the like, are rsoterad to a eondUaa t atta equal In appearaaoe to now, by a procese uat does not eaem at all iajurloao ta the fabric, bo ltoror to flat aad dolleato mowkt otax. oaancATaa." Colleges for wrmea have mattipiled ao'rapid of late that "ooma ?ot during tho n oath w ?? are tbe !m)ntrieo 00 to bow fee r caiora/ aasaee or ae mm >aY orti tori? jewelry or ao Jewelry,M ad iai There rati no qaoottoa that a grsdoateo should drom aHaalr *a a.., _ o? bar drop loae aparoprloto, aa bmmmlmm, or to ptfcottoablii. aad we aboaMaddtbaTR be worn without }? walry.eavo |i aibapt a loohot, aor any oraameat upoa tba hood sawe tbe ba*r The etootsbaaldbesarft^py,aadooau-ictly vulgar patobeo I?mar tba bfacoof oulliaa- Tba Alrta should bO ' deml-tralaed. alight I r t tba baok, aad trbwaad wttbaat ettff. ?*" wal C BlUWi I to form a long powf at tba baok. Hbkfn waist opaa aa ctefi, open atoevea. or ale Cniahed with n rtiee aaa tanertieo at the a wide and long saah af rtcb white era* #r?ria boa tied te banging loops over the ends, w oraeaor i graduatm, tolt 'rea'tb mixturee at ao er, aa at a little dista ea. C contrary. In the toeatyl? pick aad violet, which aae are woaderrally affective, aad form a break to the generally "v-*arttTltm i of II ee ttate h*vbe* mrfgo*, roboewd <>>y? with a fln?h color, bof dktmrtlr ? welrsM nui?>Mtn ? f1 ?*? Oatta ft reoctlon to taking ploee to regord ?? ornamente, aapertally jrwelry TW barbaric mj r* of H>* ym?i day. the tho darglng bail*. the wwim cl neaped ood larfO natl'rt added baada oad braoelete". added to thd tTtr*b*lal*| MM?r bnwa tmeh which tb? "ttollnr ' note* been p?ore.| forth. Uro orWl dVgaM 'ntWKsUol womenofhlghre&uemrnt W>1 flUHlWW. . ... - At ft eerr hrUllOWt fOBBtOO l??ft?y thl? *abject W%0 dtWSHMl |Ml BO*# Of tki MOOt f|f(%r.t women preeent dMltnd their eonetction that -ring*. ring*. kr?ml?l? nod tho Mke. were tea w aaragi?m. eTld^noeeof ? p?*t conditio* ot feowdege, end. Inetood ef b*iafrlP|. Mrr?d Um nniMttT (fm*. ud porfbettoa et tto ha man fi rm Ore ladj Mt<1 ? harden h?1 really heev lifted from her tk?a14an Mooe ahe h*<f iaarte op her bM U> frith letrrlad or uarak. that the ehongee ef takhn end the neraaetty af arrangir g nr?u akptti( ihaa to rew etvle* and dlflerert rireaee* took euct't f lift moneyahe wlabed to make u?e at l? other dire 3 nnd ?je felt hernrlf oot only hatter an J rfnlly Jroe?*d. hat relieved fr i-oettlr# tea nod iBcun.bmnoe. Anothe Iftdr (Aid that >he had long a*.i di* M?ii af all bar fold and mired jew rt. an i High ill- V 4k* id la a ihao*4 er??? m i ear ring v which aha wore oa falUke*' ejc? noae or ly. tHdloftrlly ehe wore M? Jewo rr; In fact, im though* the pcneent etrle t-r dreae hardly admitted of Tt. wMch la true. A third objected to ear-rlog* ape* ??t Ocea ?ten or of any kind, and ttoarht ring* ?? noee wi're Juat a* ncoemnry an J woal4 look J art MMH. Higb-ele** American women hare never tnkrn y to the proraMoa a ad r?rw?r of orea mente wkioh charaotortae la-liee iw . ank In other courtrlee?Trance, for eiimitv Ther alwara went diatnoM-. and, wbe- / ft-a drersed for a cerenaotiioer mmM, w . ?enr ni cheaper ornamente. Prof mlon ef ring*, ehain*. bracelets and the ' ike baa long beoa eoaet terel rrldrrce *ufflclfBt of aaat of good brae line and thorough enlfere. arwwoB n-??wBT? The prettr grpme*. of Knglwh an4 Italian ftra?. are alnott an vcraollv worn. an<l aim >-t r?anivenany beoctuin^. Tha only fhu't ?? that tbev are tao mnrt trim mod. I are. -thb-in, tlowera. feather*, are all pilad oa on* aw til foundaUoa, and the remit te that the ?*ia|>? kg Uaat la a oontaeed maae of doaarattoB mm 1 drape ry. Bonnet* worn by elegant matron* ^re ma la of ehif<e. ornamented with Mock laae and tea raeae. or ??? FYm p*i fwo ribbon, white looe. and aaoM obue oetnek plame, la tha heart of which neeilee a aabn itaaaMw flower, tha eotoc of the ribbon ahadrd with brown. Bat the orat tiaat hat for ronng gtrto retain araatUing of tbs footrr ahape. In Engllah *traw, and ft re eimptf trimmed with ft brftlfltilf of blue eel ret, a eearf of blao #?in 4t ckmt. faMened with a pearl boreeaboe and apray or Kngllab hedge roeaa. There are three dtetinct at) lea of the new wlde-brlirmed !-eghorn bats, ooe of whtcb baa ? high crown, another a low while th? third reproduoee tha large oM ftahtooed Bag lUh grioey bonnet, unite a a amber hare 1 apoc Broad war: bat they are ft tread v beoa aaen apoc Broadway; bat they are bettor adapted Jto the moving ydreefa lady^ oonatry untul character of a olty bbttt raaaaoLft. paraaol* dtaplaj groat rariety ty. Verr ymii ellk ooo or eakara, and bore email < lined with wl bottle*, with a I irforated gUt top. ?Uod lo tho handle Ib addition to thte there U a flag with ? chain attached for holding the handkerchief. Light ptnfc, bine ftnd other fftney colored ailk poraeole are oerorod with roSed whtte mnatm, which ha* an odd *ort of oeor-eklrt-y aopaor. ance. and deprlree them of tha peeeib*litj of doing anything hot van duty. TBaTBLLtno arm. Nt* trarelling *ot* are aoda af white linen lawn with polate.l collar, boo, caff*, and hood kerchief of bufl graaa Hoea eatnai lered lo block aodfiiwaoaor acarlet weol. Tbeee woald be ratted for the Adirondack* or Bocky Moaa atna, bat ae where olao. DiTima waiora. Wblta waiata whlah ae many lodiea inn aire for, and wera *o aaafal tar ?fhf are oot oow fft*bior>ahly worn with colored aklrta or any Lher. Ineftaod of them we lad "aklrta" Qaoeo tacked wtiaro) of hair ablped Uoen or cambric with broad cafrt and tarn down oeltor*. Toer were worn lo*t rummer ood called "atvllah. ' They are certainly rery aomtartabla and eoo renleiit ob a warm rammer aftoraoon Koody mode they coat S2 50 to Pi. aeeordlng is qnality of aaotcriftl and workmanahip. . Jmti Jeirs. ib A flair* at Ue I?? for* htook Bmrkange are m^>f <^?t"ly aetlrr.gorernmeot btadibtlti M firm, and stock Irragolar. Money ral^eaMxIinclr ?ear.and the ofletiaga oa eall era aba ilant. 1 ? r cril being the more g^nt-ral rttf oa pledw of ac 0. PI ? 1 PI Jar Ooek* * Oo fnmiak the loUvwtng u>-e Htn $ s? < I _ bmt I 17 17H'~ Jnum k. I. ?. ta.USI IT CH'HtaJn?Jf .?ir. 1 Mil 1LS Ul|iitaJ?lJt.V L <t ->&=$$ haw luti-riur Boaaa __ Xl\ 11'i I MM* N ? oaB-Pimev Boaaa ..17?* O Mi.iaa * Jalr.lMF.l4 MS JeaAJnlj.Mta.l4 tl%|M aii.mLZV* (Ft Benhwr'.B'ftm*'mat thmaa?rt?oi Te^ena I l>ewia Johnaua ft Oe aoeea atocka aad bohda Iw T?5fi3r: ".fS;???. m>s W, ooaptw, ATTpV ?, eoopeo. U*. ??> coneon. W'V. Oarraoer ?"aTlMIt ifmlaiiMi ^?1,-^Vaiua. Water Power.?*; Mib* Bii.. 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