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Ttrvr AnvSttTIMKHSNTr. J a mm Odild, furniture dealer, corner of nnn.i ? khi pbbitIthU ttenne, slrei notlfe to Umllloi bou bretkUf up houit ketptnf that thef cm dlspota of their furnU tutw to fcdTanUfti ! without tht trouble of n taction nU. nook re ftilrtrtltcd for tent fa new prenJ-fctlk front s.oum oa V ttreet, third house west ot Thlttetnth stf set. Inqalre on the premises. n Jobh F.Ef. tieTo. JM Ffaniylf tnlt iTMUt, Advertises lt& nnnber of end second hen a nUnoe and nat-lor or ft as for e4e end root. Also n lot of dmjed musle t half prlee. A match dam ot bat bell will be played th!i Afternoon et 4 o'llotV. on the Union (rounds, between the Jefferson. And Union elubtofthlifllty. THofflert end cemnttte ? the Qrent clut. will meet et their heedqurtere,N.S PennijrlranU erenue, IMi vrenlng;, at I o'clock. Wi caII the csixelM etlentlonofour reederi to the ftdvertlifueot of the Netionel Union Xniuranee Company ft' thleelty. Their office li et TiXoulitanJt axtfloe, first door cast of Serenth etrtct. AMCHE31ESTH. Oiocoe and MaiCAoaAiK-Duriog the)it lU month! Waihlncton hai been the theatre of more clreuset nod m to aft Met than erer known before within the memory of that yen erable Individual, the oldest Inhabitant." Some ranked from mediocrity to " very good ' In their performances but we question If any of the numerous ctterorles excelled the one now aitonlihlng the old folke nod delifbtlng the Juvenllea nightly, on Louisiana avenue And Tenth etreet. It hai already fir en two performance! with great aueceai; ao much to that the managcri hare determined to glre two more perform aecei here) and If you wish to eeoure a itand tut position, "fa early." Wation, Tlbti, Smith, Naylor, and little Frank are excellent riders, but the great French equestrienne, Mile. telle Zoyara, la the embodiment and per io utile at Ion of daring feati and graceful queitrtanehlp. The collection of wild beaate from every portion of the known world, the beautiful dliptay of feathered wooden, and the trained collaotloa of horsea,poneya, and monkeye la alone worth the price of admlitlon to ice (Jo early to-night If you with to secure a teat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Tan Tabic Hotxl DkstrotivD btFihs Yettorday morning, a ehort while after three O'CiOCK, nrc wni uuOTreu id dub ui mo kit ret roomi of the Park hotel, on seventh ttreet, few roda beyond the boundary line of the eltr. It It statad that the lira originated from a lamp or candle, and It spread ao rapidly that in ouuuinrwM enureiy Boniumm ociore a united effort of the firemen could be made to extinguish It. The furniture and nearly all lha wlnea ft oil llauort were saved, after those pretest became eonvlnoed that they could not aave the building with water buckets, fee , many of the car drive rt and eoaduotors, some of whom boarded at tha hotel, tending their assistance faithfully, as did also the polite of that precinct Mr, Abner's lott.wo learn, In Turniiura ana biock, 11 idoui vj.uw. insure in the Uerntaula Insurance Company, New Yprk iltng. a two-story and auto unci structure, belonged to the heirs of Mr. W. 11, Winter, who died on Uaoltol Hill, aod It wat intured In the Lorrllard InauranoeUompany or New York for II, BOO It la rained at ad.oou, Tha bnllJInr witi erected In lifci as a club nouse, out receouy it naa occn uoucr ieaao io Air. Edward Abner. The Itucker aod Ulbernla cnglnet.of the Ooveroment Ore brigade, were on the ground a considerable time before the city engines, and the Franklin (No 3) and Union (No. 1) engines were the only pieces of the city department that were pretent at all. From some came the alarm was not struck uatilaboot4o'clock,whenNo 2flwa louoded. The flnt piece of apparatus on the g'uund was the Itucker, of the United States department, trhloh wat followed by the Hlbernla, and the city department was shortly after on the ground. The statement of Lieut. Johnson, at the Second precinct station-house, opposite tthe Park, shows that he turned In an alarm at 3.30 o'clock, and at 8 60 he received a mesttge from headquarter! to "tell me again where that Ore Is," and at S&T, "do you think It necessary to strike an alar ml Thcreseemsto hae been a discrepancy In the time, for tome allege the alarm wat not aounded until three minutes past three o'clock, and others my that it was twenty minutes ptst that hour. The slate at headquarters shows that the first dlapatch was received at 3 tt.and Air. MolSlfreth, on duty at the time, It it stated, immediately Informed the operator in the Dre alarm office, who may have ml t under atood hi id, and thut caused tho delay. Officer Oeorge Mclulfreth, on duty at Police Headquarters, and Lieutenant Joheson.of the I'ark station, ara both faithful and attentive officers, and if any delay wee oceatloned, the publloeaa rest assured that It was not became of any dllatorlness on their parti they having iwnjrs uccu anuwu uruwpi iuu cms. cat iu all duties, assigned to them. WoRKivoMkM'a AtskxnLY, The regular mommy meetioa; oi mn aaaoeiauoD was neia iati nigai, at xraaet' union nan, iur. jono A. Landvolght la the chair, and Mr. MaeMur ray acting aa secretary. C. P. P. Wroe, D. McFarlan, John A. Land. Toijiui,j.ut &boii rf , u. i.bdk, nou j una a. Pcrkint, were admitted as delegates from Ihe Udokblndere Attoclatlon. Mr. MacMurray submitted the folio wine, which was unanimously adopted: Kttottxd, That our heartfelt thanks are Juttlydue, aud are hereby tendered tothoto ben atort and mambera who have given us their votes, and secured the passage of the eight hour bill. Mr, Heron stated that the executive officer of the navy yard refuted to allow any public demomtratlon In favor of the nattage or the eight hour law, and the committee, on further contiucrauou, agrecu io nave no .urincr uciU' nnatratlon Mr. Oavls motcd that the committee on public demonstrations be discharged. Mr. Wm R. McLean acauleteed. and made a motion that the chairman of the committee De compensated tor nis time lost. A motion was made that 12 bo uatd the ccutlre committee for the time jott In attend. Ing to getting up a public demonstration Mr. Oavls moved that the chairman of the executive committee be compenatted for hla time Uat to the sum of 413 The question wat called, and tl.o motion of Mr. Oavls was agreed to. A number of bill a waa preaeuted mid ordered to bo paid. A&oTnRuTniOMFH o Anr Acitenlty we dropped into the atudlo of Mr. Lot i lanoery, on Maitnobusetts avenue, betwien iourfh and Fifth streets, and wero agreeably sur prised at finding there a butt, lit clay, of the able and brilliant Hepresentathe In Congress from Illinois, Major Oencral John A.Logan For delicacy of finish, it eclipses anything la that Hue yet attempted by Mr. I lannciy. The Oeneral appears a la mthlfh't, and our In voluntary exclamation, as wo c routed the threshold of the studio, wan "Why,theru is Jolio A. Logan In perfection. It cannot be Improved " Lvery lineament of his features Is there the fluely.molded and Intelligent forehead, the comfort ablr-rcstlog and regular .eyebrows, the prominent yet regularly-formed .cheek bonct, the peculiar curl of hit lips, the viM-omlnent chin, Indicating his good nature, the plump and well ict neck, aud his fascinat ing moustache and Oen Logan, the hero of many well fought battle-fields, stands out in .bold relief, andhad he been molded from him self he eoull not have been produced any .nearer perfection. This will prove Mr. Han aiery'a greatest triumph of art and genius We anxiously await Its transfer to marble. Pa El K NT TO MlHiaTKnUUBLIKflANK. Yea teruay, me wciuknown and cuterprltlng nrm ofMettra reach &, Klchardion preseuted to Minister Uurllngame, at the Metropolitan Hotel, a magnificent copy of the United Main Consular Regulations, published by them It is nrobablr the handsomest book, in hi ml in?. letter-press, and execution generally, ever publlthed lu this country, and mutt acrve to Imprets the Chinese favorably In regard to the capabilities of our publishing tfioutes. The work is full bound In Turkey raorooco. with gilt edites, double board, beveled, satin lined, and all Its appointment! are of the rloheat and mot. expensive tori, ManntH Won The ground on which the long cttabllthcd marble yard of Mr. William Rutherford la tltnatcd,on K ttreet, between Sixth and Seventh ttreett, having been told, and Mr R contemplating removing therefrom before the winter, he it nuwoirerim t cr.iiv reduced prices his Immense stock of marble work, couilitlng of monuments, statuary, and mantels This will afford an excellent oppor tunity to parties to procure anything In the marble line at an advantage A visit to his marble ) ard for Inspection will repay any one, WnKBi ia tub Ptrup HocTont There is great complaint throughout the city about the pumps being out of order. The pump on the . corner ; of Sixth and II ttreett, Island, needs ' immediate attention, as it Is greatly in need of repair, Tan Mutiho of Tan OiftXAtf Sotmina AHDBAiLont took place on Monday night, at Will's Hall, on-Seventh etreet. The proceed In ft ef lastteeiiea were apnrored, and In the absence) of the' reretarr,lr. Happ took hie place. 'Thenatlonal appeal w read and ap proved, ready for publication, and the regular butloes a wat proceeded tot the election of reg ultrofflotrt Tall eft wera Annotated, and on counting the bftllotit, Mr, Uarl Datum, hav Ing received all the voice but one, wasjuit elected chairman, when the Soldiers and Ball ore Union from ninth etreet arrived la a body, headed by their president and Lieutenant lOUDjr. iBeTWVrqVBU-Mlwjrim to wmpr iii to front, nndcordlftlly welcomed byMr.Uatam, who then presented Major Moree,at the orator for the evening, to the Union audience. We listened to n ipteCh pf tbrllUor eloquenee.eon- frattjlatlng ui M men-be n of both tocletlet at ola demonstration of true union And patriot It rat graphically detalllagi the history of the oldiera' and sailor work accomplished here, and then reingon com out onr amy minose momentous times jut at hand. Mr. Damtn responded In English, ait&riog our American comrades that we shall be one la peace as wet have .remained throughout the war i all Ante r loans In spirit, whom different toDgaeeehalLnotpreTenttobefound true eons to tea country of their eholce,whether acquir ing the r rood title of the American eltlt en by nativity or by choice. The election then pro ceeded, and the following officers were made by acclamation and unanimous consents Vice J residents r JoaepU Ucrhardt. W.Yoonr.'aud .Yenkt reordlag secretary, K.Areti; corre sponding secretary. t A, lfetsteri financial aergeant-atrmi, Henry Vetter, a one-armed veteran The solemn moment of lnttallatlon having arrived, the officers elected formed a circle around PretldentMone, and while the deep est ellenee Oiled the scene of animated patriot Ism all of these gentlemen present responded to their eharge with a manly "aye." Mr. W. Youngf then culled upon, spoke on the brief but prosperous hlitory of thli young Oerman sister union, already radiating Its operations throughout the country by the German press, and ready to Ittue a weekly dedicated to the toterette of this union among one hundred thousand Qermao veteraos. Fret idem none re ere i tea nie inaonuyio speak the language of now-united Qermany, but rejoiced to tee that neither language nor nationality can prevent our hearts to beat with patriotism, whether In Oerman, Irish or native-born cllltcnt. Mr. Damm then spoke In Oerman as to the duty of faithful clttaen soldiers to thateoun try they claimed theirs by eholce, as the free man does bla love, Instating that In union alone liberty may erown the forehead of the brave. uoi. inn, tnen eaueu upoa,eongraiuiaTca the comrades on this truly International union. He had fought himself, thoulder to shoulder, with Oerman soldiers, nod knew. tnereiore, ma menu iney were mnui oi. Opt. Helster, in Oerman, had to eonfett that thla evening surpatted his highest ex pectations. Advocating an exclusively Oer man unloa, he yielded but to the requests of the majority, and was glad be had done so. Resolutions then were patted to thank the proprietor for the use of hie hallt to acknowl edge our obligation! to the patriotic preaa of thltcltyi and, alto, to Ittne the appeal for the national union of Oerman tocletlet, both through the Lngllth and Oerman prett, and to reattemble on I-rUay evening week, begin ning with July 34. Alter adjourning, tho com rades enjoyed the plcaaure to mako each other! more Intimate acquaintance. ' ' IUaa DAtL Maikifd ra. Slum, A match game of bate ball wai played on the National ground! on Monday, between mar ried and single nlnea iclictrd from the various clubs or this city. In aid of the Masonic Hall fund. The game wat not ai interesting as was expected, on account, Jt Is staled, oi the re fusal of the Ulymnio club to allow some of their members to play. Hangs, Witllams and McLean, however, proved very acceptable substitutes. Coughllo, Ulear aud Studley, of the benedicts, and Fox. aod Blelatkl, of the bachelors, did the beat playing, "Stud V By catch In the latt inning winning much ap. please: MAnntitt. o n, atnoLK. a n. Oougblln,8b.,.. 3 3 Fox. 3 b 3 3 Urefl,ab 4 3 Den.soo.lb 3 a llertbroog.e 4 2 Quantrell, a. i... 4 1 Daniel!, lb rl 3 Williams, p 4 1 Hylvetter, r.f..j 3 a Joyce,e.f. S I Urawford, !.!.... 4 3 Hangs, r. f 4 1 Ulear,p ,,.3 4 lllelaskl.S b 1 3 muuic), i i..,.., i a varu,o , w uc.eaQ, V. Ihmw .eninno, 1. 1 , 27 U IXHIXOS. .13 3 4ft o r s 0 Married 23003050 1-S3 blngle I 0 3 2 10 1 1.6-13 umpire uoi. ran it jonet, national oate ball club Hcorert Mettra. Alien and I'otis, Thk RivLtt PnoMT Rtltw't Wharf Arrived Schr. Harvester, Hutler, from lower Potomac with wood for market! atr. Mrglnla, Oreftc, from Uudd's Ferry, with gravef for Smith a. ituriew. Mailed sir. uoiumeia. iiarner, lor Italtlmnre. with ntnanrars and frelrhtt Bcrs Chat. Hramble,urotb),for Accomaci Athland, iuucucji. ior .jniKuurc) t .rKtuii., -j'1,Ji ur Ltttern Shore, Md , all light. Jcamon't Wkarf. Arrived Schr. MIglnnlth, nnlhrt. r-nm Port Dnoalt. with 110.000 fact of lumber for Mohun h. Sonti barge Wm. R. Mnow.witniiitons or ice rorineureai rant Ice Company. Sailed Schrs. T. J. Tul), Cooper, for Halllmoret Federal Hill. Wheeler, for Port Deposit) fcrankton, Oloter, for Havrede-Orace, all light. CarterM IVAdrA Arrived ehr. Samuel It. Trarers, Applegarth, from Havrede-Orace, with 1M tons or eoal for Oeorge L Sherlfi. Sailed Schn Cooper, Lowe, and Diamond st ite, Dennett, both for the Eastern bhore, Md , light. Satis or Rial Estate Menrt. Cooper J. Latimer, auctioneer!, !Old on Mondayi Part or lot 7, square Ml, on B etreet, between Thir teenth and Fourteenth street!, containing 6,61 tquare reet, with the Improvement!, known as "Vermeren'e Hotel," to Charles McLean, at fJ per square foot. Also, part of lot 3, square 450, on L atreet, between Sixth and Seventh streets, (now occupied by Mr. Rutherford as a marble yard,) to John h Ken dall, for M-Si per square foot. Messrs. W. L. Wall A Co., a uot looters, also sold a two-story frame house on the corner of 1 wcnlj-iecoid and U streelt. to Mrs. A, Cumberland, for II.SU. m KKCorttAOH IIoMBlHSTITl'TlOf! The Na tloaal Union lire Insurance Company Is a Washington Institution. Its directors are among the most worthy and substantial of our eltlxeuB, which is a sufficient guarantee that its affairs are in a good condition, and that It Is properly managed This Is the only com- Fiany In the District which makes no charge or policies or Oorernmeot ttauipt. The gen tlemaoty and obliging tee ret ar. Noble D. Lr ner, furnlthes auy information In regard to risks, kc , In this company athlsoRlce, No 71 Louisiana avenue, first door eatt of Heveutb street. Seo tho advertisement In another 1 column. A JnvK-itKTiLLTAPPinNADnEU While the fire at Seventh Street Park was burning. yesterday morning, a lad named I ox, about twelve years of age, having noticed Mr. Dranketf, a storekeeper ou Seventh street, between R and H, leave hla store for the fire, and supposing tne store was left atone, sneaked In and abstracted 3 97 from the drawer. Ihe act was witnessed bj Mrs Urankett, who followed the lad, giving the alarm, and he was at once caught by Lleutcu ant Johnson and locked up In the station- nouie. S-tnmca AcriDtKT at ronT Washing ton On Monday afternoon, while tho mem. bera of Com nan v A. 4th Artlllerv. stationed at Fort Washington, wero engaged In firing at the target with muakets, the ball from one of tho guns split In two.and glanclnr, one por tion of It struck a soldier, named (ietsedfner, In the right foot, shattering the bone and pro ducing an otherwise ugly wouud. He la under liio ireaimcni oi me post surgr-uu, wnu iuiuki the Injuries received terlout, though amputa tion may be avoided. CasuDisxibild Yea terday morning KliJah Lcugel, the Hon tamer, charged with tho far ceny of n iHnmond pin, and arieatcd b Uetec Uvea Clarvoe and IJIgley, was again brought before Juat Ice Smith, when the charge ag-tlntt him was dttmttied. The evldeuce showed that the accused received the pin from hit wife. Justice Smith gave the aecuted a ropy of the warrant on which he waa arretted, with his decision on the back of It, to protect lilm from arrest elsewhere. CuimiTTltP von Couqt Yesterday forc noou, Albert McKInney, (colored,) who was arrested on the previous evening by Detectives McDeviltandlhoinpioo,as stated In the Ru ruiiLlCAK,ona charge or stealing n quantity of oasalmere from tho front of the ttore of Mettrs Selby A Co, had a hearing before Major A O.Richards. Mr J W.MoKce Iden tified the goods, aud McKenneywas scot to Jail for court la default of 300 ball. WASimo-IVW AJCDOBOBnitTOWS SiewKItAOB Cohfany. The benate District Committee reported, without amendment, the bill intro duced a few days since by Mr. Harlan, to In corporate the Washington and Georgetown Sewerage Company. It was read twice and ordered to be printed. Promo rios m tun TukAsuur. The fol lowing promotions hate been made In the ironiurjr irpanmeni since me in inn i bee retary't orace Wm. Ooodacre, from flrtt to second class. Register's ofilce C. A, Ilnr wart, from second fo third class, JumiR Urwkll, Judge OUn ia quite un well at hit retldenceln this city. Ihe rqulty Court Is held, in his absence, by Judjo I ither, IlKAVV, BUUiTAVTIAL Da I LI. LtNKN PANT3, for working purposes, at 41 W, at A. Hake fc Co ,117 Seventh street, MixTia-Q 6r Boat Dwmuia. A meeting of beat owaert met last evening at the National club room!, foot of Sixth atreet. i . On motion, Oapt. Oeorge Miller waa choaan ehalrmao and Vt. I. A, Jlauterberg, secre ?T . . ... TjVni . , f.r.Li)M USpt.H.A',l(0DenBOB,0l ,W wfMiii Yacht Club, staled .that the regatta was for ' the purnese or having a day of pleaaore.aad that their club bad U their poiienlonn band some illrcr cup, which they propoied present Ing to the boat that rounded the buoy first off uirmoni) ano, innt ni . ""- eompanieu oy anexBHriu. The following named gentlemen were duly elected Judges for the occasion 1 Oapt. Samuel Oedncy , John U.Seiitord, etq , and Mr, John On motion of Oapt. Thomas SraithB0n,dant, SamueliP Roperlsoa was empowered to nil aar vacancies that might occur among the judges, At WM uniucu iiim oil vui uvi u ei m feet keel, would be allowed to enter free pf eharge, starting off Sixth street wharf pre clselyat 8 o'clock, a. m,all abreast, at the firing of the gun. Major Watt moved lo allow all bott to carry anchor on that day, Uarrled, , It waa further agreed to allow all boata to carry auch spars a they taw fit) provided they did not ute them for any Illegal purpose; If eo, to be ruled out of the race Ibe following named boats have already been entered for the eontrstt Witch of the Wave, John H. Settford, Pertcrerance, Ne eoaahon, Oreyhound, Fairy, Robert K.Lee, John T. Olven, Mamie, and Oatharlae Coombs. TbeWawaset will start immediately after the cooteatlng craft, and at T p. m, will go down again, and return at 6 o'clock next morning. A line time Is anticipated. TBI. QlRKA SOLmiBA' AUD SAILORH Untov, Wasuikotok, IK V , exteods the right hand oi fellowthlp to all Oerman organlxatlofit of fellow'toldlcrs throughout the country of their choice, and thus addresses them In the name of the committee, (Carl Damm, chair mam) UoKitADEat Representatives of both the living and the dead, we call on you to Join oar offortsln the organisation of a National Ger man Sailors' and Ho Idlers' Union, with the object! 1. To preta all Jutt claims of our late com rades for public potltiona throughout the ter ritories of these United States. 3. To provide employment for tolditrt and their famlllC! at far at potilble 3. To represent the claims of our disabled ft) low-soldiers and of the widows and orphaas of the fallen before their grateful country. 4. To relieve all undeserved suffering of our members and their families by actual aniit ance as tar as our means may permit, o loerecia living monument loiiiviniiau lu thla our national Unloa, thus representing the part her Germanic sons have acted In the perpetuation of thla. the country of tber Iloth opportunity and the duly of the hour A til fnr lmmnillAta fltlon immcuiaie action, i' wo onnoilnff hot it are preparing to decide tne future o: i nreoarlng to decide the future or America; the one representing too principle! we defended In the Held and tho other what ever Is left of rebellion. We have to stand firm now, as we did on the Deli of battle, that our victory may not be rendered In vain by the triumph of that rebellious spirit at the ballotrbox. Thus we united with the national soldiers' aod sailors' union, and now earnestly call on rou, brethren of the fatherland and comrades in he field, to form similar organltatloos throughout the country. With charity to all and malice to no one, we, In the spirit of our lamented chief, now offer the olive branch or peace to our manly foe, but sternty resolved to prevent the laurel of victory to crown the brow of a traitor. .1 - 'POUCH Mattkbs. Wm. Moor and Won. Drowning were arrested, In the Second pre cinct, byOIUoere Hujsman and MoDermott, for assault and battery. Justice Thonijuou required the first-named to give bull to keep the peace and fined the latter 43 Lieutenant Johnson, of the same precinct, took James Fox before the same Justice for robbing John Drankett'a nione) drawer of 3 50, and he Is held for a hearing. Mary Ktdner was arraigned before Juttlce Clark, in the btxth precinct, by Sergeant Franklin, on complaint of Mettrs Dimes & Mitchell, who charged her with petit larceny, and she was held for a hearing Ofilcer Tucker, of the Serenth precinct, took Thomas Dowie, colored, before Justice Ilart er far oommittln an aitault and batterv on Iter- nard Wett, colored, and ho gave ball for hit appearance at court. Henry O'Dowen was arraigned before fus tics Lynch, In the Llghlh precinct, by Officer Teeple, for committing an assault and battery un Oeorge Mai kwood, and he gave security to keep the peace Ou complaint of Sarah Williams, Ofilcer Eaton took Tllman Johnsou, colored, before the same justice lor a similar offence, and ft One of 43 was Imposed on nam. In the various precincts the following amounts of fines were imposed Second pre cinct, 43, tourth precinct, 41 69, tilth pre duct, 425f Sixth precinct, f nt Seventh precinct, 5; Elichth precinct, fSj Third precinct, 48 Total amount, U 40. Mont or Clark Mill'Oatij(oj Yetter day Clark Mills, esq,, having received in for. matlon that n portion of his bronze castings were sold to a house In the Seventh ward en gaged In purchasing and shipping old metal, went to the First precinct station, where a search warrant was Issued by Justice Tucker Dy direction of Lieutenant Oetiford, Oiilcer i alnter proceeded to the store house of K L Fav. ana recovered fragments of an 1 inner feet medallion easting representing the head of President Lincoln, a number of Iron hooks used In hoisting the statue of Ibe UodJeis of iiiovriv. mini oriiru ut in i ukuci uuiiuio of their reliability for heavy work, and a lot of other old metal, Tne track Having oeen iouiu, ine lieutenant and hla officers followed It to the party who sold to Mr. Fay, an old colored dealer, whose rrnutatlnn la verv fair, named Oeorre W. Oreen.who, in making hla purchaaea, general!) Doom mo names oi ma iar.irn iruu. wuuiu oo buys, and thus pointed out Ihe parlies who brought the metal to the city. One of them was speedily arrested and Is now awaiting trial, which will take place as soon as the principal has been arrested. This larceny Is distinct from those heretofore reported, and It would seemthat Mr. Mills haa been victimized by metal thieves, during the past two) ears The name of the party in custody is Samuel Thomas, colored. Lieutenant J on ford ex pects to have the other before nlno o'clock this morning, If possible. A Sitddfh Dkatii Latt night, at about 10 o'olock, Mr, Michael De Laler, a clerk In the Interior Department, and the lineal penman in iiiit uritniiiuciii, iiiuii i oil iuuuciii; at iu. boarding houie of Mra. Wafert, on D atreet, ueiween oixin anu nei emu streets, auoui a half an hour before his death, he was In John's restaurant, corner of hevenih and If streets, where he ate a bowl of coup, and a few min utes afterwards was taken very HI. Drs Toiicr. Jardclla, and bjlvcster were called In, and they pronounced hi! complaint congestion or the braiu. All that could be dono was done, but his life could not be preserved. Deceased, during the war, was a eierk In the War Department, and was employed principally in card writing, on aecount of his superior penmanship. He was attacked similarly on Tuesday evening, but the doctor who attended him succeeded lu re storing him. Deceased was about thlrt)-tlvo jearsofage. Elkctiom or Orricxus At a meeting of District Lodge No 3, 1. 0. 1! H , Sons of the Covenant, held in tho city of lUltluiore, the following officers were elected to serve for the ensuing yean J. L Hlout, esq, of LHJU' Lodge No. 60, or this city, as O N. A i K Denseranger, of Haltlmore, O, A L (lold man, of Dslilmoro, O. Y.t H, Uerney, of Haiti more, O. H. 11 1 H, Herrman, of Haltlmore, O HjU. W(U, 0.h. MisiNronuifD Our reporter was misin formed with regard to the burial of the body or Mr. Thomat Mag Int. who died suddenly at tha l'ateut (title a on Tucsdav mornlnr Thu employee! oT that department took charge of the corpse and had It burled, Inttead or tho corporation, as was siniru iu uur yrucrunj Issue. while the workraeu were lifting tho house of l ir. wm jjaDiDgion on piuart, preparatory in Its removal from Its present site on I and Hrat streets east, one of Iho pillars gaewa), and the house fell to the ground, sustaining damage to the amount of fiii. TKiiPitniiiy MiEicTinn Last cvenlnir a temperance meeting wat held on the steps of I lie can irunt Ol (lie l'airni imucb uuiiuiuk, and addresses were delivered by Mettrs Oeo Savage, John O'Donotan and JuJffo I M Wood. . Out or Oudku About tix o'clock latt etc nlntr (do men emnlovcd la cleanlnir tlie North ern market house either broke or left open the plug on r Ighth street, aud the water was run ning at fulltldo uutllalate hour list ulht Thu ConronATinn Inuictkd The grand Jury have found a true bill of Indictment agalntt the Corporation of Washington lor falling to keep lu repair the bridge over Rock Creek atK street, thereby causing a nuisance Satu oir Momkv. At the thirty fjuith monthly meeting of the Central Dulldlng As sociation, held last Tuesday evening, at the City Hall, thirty-nine shares of stock ucrc disposed of at a premium averting 4 J1 ipir ceu.. Til .11 kateii Tanu and its l-rrKUTJ Yea etterda), about three o'clock, Mr, Samuel T Murray, a clerk In tho Pension Office, died quite suddenly at his residence. No.iiA Tenth street, above O, as Is supposed (row, the etlects of the heat. Ax OwRKn Wahtxp Yesterday morning a design for an Improved awning wis picked up on the street Officer J. 11. Grant has It In his possession at police headquarters, wl ere Uli held for Identification. CoMTUWXHTAnr SKStHADK Latt evening a large number of the friends of Col Jamee II. OrHelrne met at the residence or Mr. Jas. McKcnna, on IX between Twenty-Brat and Twenty-eeoond streelt. and proceeded to the residence of the Colonel, on K between Twen. ty-fourth and Twenty-flfth atreeta, where they tenaereu nin i owmpiimrnwrT irrrnu" u the Forty-fourth, Infantry band, led by Prof. John Wagner. After having phjed several choice airs they were Introduced to Colonel O'llclrne by Jas. M. Hilton, etq Mr. Dalton stated that they appeared there for the purpose of showing their appreciation of the able and Impartial manner In which he represented the soldiers, sailors, aud cltirens of this District In the New York Conservative Convention, and, after a few complimentary remarks. . . . Col. O'Belrne responded by aaytngi I return you thanks for this flattering com pliment, so unmerited by me. It Is peeullatly gratifying to be favored with the beautiful mnslc discoursed by your excellent band, and although we are endeavoring to nod tome cool spot during thl! very warm weather, still this like many another im profited scene la our dally experiences, affords cheering diversity to the monotony of the midnight hour invaded by the muile which has Just rounded our ex perlense of the past hour. I feel that no merit of mine calls for this very acceptable compliment, but rather the generosity of heart and the liberality of my many young friends, a host of whom I see gathered here to-night. I feel that all that I can claim Is an humble but earnest endeavor to effect as much good for my fellow-man at may be compatted In the sphere In which it has been my pleasure to mote, so gratlfylngly and kindly treated as I have been since ray ad vent to the District. We are all sent out upon our Journeying through life to do as much good for our fellow man ai we can, and here I am reminded of tho beautiful words of one of Ireland's gifted ions, Thomas Davis Whether en the tealTord btb, Orln thenatllc't van The Attest plaet vLtra man can tj it where be diet for mio. Jutt having returned from the convention of soldiers and sailors, In New York, where the glory, manhood aud chivalry or the greatest armlet of modern timet waa a item bled, where the representatives of over a million lighting men were Joined lu friendly consultation upon the nauouai airairsoimeuay.ji it verypieaa ing to me heretoplcht to have the expert enaacloacd with muafc, the amllesof frlendt and the eneouraslng cheer or those on whom 1 rely to guide and sustain me. 1 am with the people, and do not lay this as a politician or demagogue, but In the sincerity of my heart. I hope always to be able to do my duty to them. Let ut each take our maxtms for guidance, and our principles of cltlienshlp from the glorious example of the great father -of our country, Oeorge Washington. Let us imitate each other In our discharge of duties as good citizens, trying to do the greatest good for all. Accept my kindest withea for your welfare and prosperity, aod my sincere thanks for the high and undeserved compliment you have to night so unmerltedly paid me. After partaking of the bounteous hospitality of the Colonel, and after spending a few mln. utes of social converse, the band played the ' Wearing of the Oreen." and the visitor! da parted, well pleseed with the Interview with mine Aorf. Obvch Church Pi eNic. Yesterday ihe Sunday school scholars and teachers connec ted with Orace Lplseopalchurch,(Rer. Alfred Holmead's,) went on an excursion and pic Die to that romantic and beautiful place ''Oreen Spring " Uulte a large number of little chil dren 101, and about 75 "children of larger growth," (some 210 In all) formed the pleasant party We have not the time and snace to Particu larity the numerous sports and modes of en loyments which was participated in by old and young, wth enthusiasm, but merelj to state that the day's entertainment was a de lightful one, and nothing occurred to mar the pleasure of the occasion. The excursionists desire to express their acknowledgments to Mr. Joseph Lrhmanntraut, proprietor of the spring, for many courtesies not set ''down In the bill." Iarrno kiikst. There la a large number of men employed on Seventh atreet In repairing and paving along the atreet railway track, thereby cauatng the traveling to be much bet ter and aafcr than it has been for some tlmo past, OitANoeor UwtroRM The firemen of the Oovernment Mem lire Brigade, It is stated, propose changing their red shirts for blue onet, so as to be different from those of the city fire department. Mr. William Smith has Jutt returned from New York with an elegant stock of straw hats, which he Is prepared to sell at twenty live per cent, below the usual prices A visit to hla well knpwn ttore at till Ninth street, between D and Pennsylvania avenue will prove the truth of thla assertion. Mr. Smith Is also the agent of Singer's Noiseless hewing Machine, which recently took the premium a the New York State fair- U Til J! COUllTs. !.itit Covm Judge Flitter Datls va Veltch. Order ratifying trustee's sale, and of reference to auditor. Heliuuth vs. Hrelthaunt. Suit for sale of infant's real estate) order of reference to auditor to report on the propriety of sale. Adjourned. UiuMtif ALOotuT Juty liyje This court met at 10 o'clock yesterday mornlog, and transacted the following business t Mfvriftv Tnnman diirritt'i ii dictukit. Mr. Merrick called up hla motion to quash tho indictment for murder against John 11 burratt, on the grounda stated therein, as pub lished lu these reports last week. Mr. M, argued In favor of the motion at tome length. He quoted Doyle vs. the State nf llliln. IT Ohio Ilea . aa ileclJiD that the Incompetency of a grand Jury finding anln- UlCimcn. couiu va picau in usr in a crimm. ease, and that there could be no waiver of the right of the accused In criminal cases to con- toit tha valldltv of tha Indictment for anv cause. He contended that the court could try no person except upon Indictment) nothing but a competent grand Jury could find an In dictment, and If a body of men, Improper!) acting as a grand Jury, found a paper charging crime, such paper would not be an Indictment, but a paper of no more effect than if three members or the bar had mads a similar charge. Tho Court. Mr. Merrick, I suggest that j ou first get rid of your plea of not guilty, Mr, Merrick Then 111 ask leave of jour honor to withdraw the plea of not guilty, though I do not think It necessary. Tim IJmirt it lit tint B ho 11 the 111 at loll to quash could be entertained while the plea of uoi guilty rcmnmru Mr, Merrick. I'll enter that motion then, and hate no doubt your honor will grant It. Mr. Riddlo. I cannot say what his honor will grant, but I must say if he docs it will be a tnnat extraordlnnrv thlnff. Mr. Merrick 1 he Ohio case doca not contem plate tne withdrawal oi me piea 01 no. guilty. The Court. Dut tho Ohio courta havo never been atrlct about forms. Mr, Illddle.The Ohlocourtshold that there can be no waiver in a criminal proceeding, but In this rejpeot they differ from all tho courts ot Lurope and America. Mr. Merrick did not see how a waiver of a criminal could give a court Jurisdiction. Mr. Carrlngtou argued that although the accused could not bo held to a waiver of his right, yet it might bo considered that ho was estopped The Court. Noouocan be estopped but b) his own act Ihere Is no estoppel lu this ease It Is too warm to waste time on points that have nothing In them. Mr, Carrlngtou said that lie had other grounds If this was a ch tllengo to the grand Jury, It comes too late. The Cr Court There la no doubt of that Mr. tlarrlDeton tald If It wat a motion to quath the IndUtmeut It mutt bo for in titer apparent on the face of the record. lie quoted Wharton's tJrimliml Liw, at tijlnit in terms that "the illegal sckctlou of tho grand jurors Is not matter for quashing an lndtctinint on motion" and that It Is error to quash an In dictment for matters extrinsic the record Tha Court Intimated that it did not hold Wharton's Criminal Law In lilgli estimation as ati aumoruy, Mr. Carrlngtou argued that a plea In abate mnlwu thu null triliel liv Wlilch tllD i 111 proper constitutional thu tcrniul Jury could be reached, aud Hint It It now too late to make such pica. The Court If the facts arc admitted, what la thrt n pi I nt a nip 1 Mr, Carrlngtou nrRued that no plea could bo entered now. and that was tho need that coun sel should lusltt that the regular form should DO lOUOWfil Mr Ulddlo said tint counsel could not with draw the plea of "not guilty" As It was pleaded In perton, It must be withdrawn In Mr Ulddle did not admit tho ftcts to bo as stated In tho atlldavlt, but agreed to admit them for the uurposetof this argument, and endorsed on the motion an agreement to that eiiect. Mr Mcrrlck,aftcr a retume of hit argument, ttatedata reason lor p. citing lilt motion to quath tho indictment that it hail gotten out that a bench warrant would be itsued for bur ratt, and this prevented him from getting em ployment, lit was at liberty, but a sword was tutpended above hit head by a tingle hair, and he wanted to got rid of it lie held that now, at the motion ttated the tacit, and Mr ltlddlu had, In writing, contented to admit them at true, they did an ear on the record, and tven ou Mr. Oarrlngtou'a ground the motion waa grautable. After tome disunion between Mctirt. Ou rinrton an J Merrick, at to what couttltutct a record, the Court held the queatlon under nd- vieemenc, lrtCIUltllKI 1 he grand jury recommended the diacharge of Joliu Palu, lor rttlitlng an olticeri J W rrllllo, for aatault and batter), and of It Jones, for larcen , and tho Court ordered their dltchargo accordingly Ihe court thou adjourned until Tuetday next, (lEUUUKTOtVJf MA.TTEBIM Oap!aarir.hcNATioxAt,BsraLiOAilaargo- leva maybe left at tne botxalore er Naurs u. v run n iri HrUattri vkara cobIm of T.uttiy Co., .oeuncffatrtifwatretptMc. the RirniiCAX may be uit auy.- Bf-(l flirxnt AcrmiTfT-r-Oif TrieeJar afternoon, between the hours of land a o'clock, Joseph v. aitni-i Burt . nnA Ma ana. white rtn a atsar. folding at the new buildings on the corner of wen anu auejre.rrc.a, w-r reviui..u vi the breaking of the scaffolding to the groan J, a distance of about 14 feet, receiving quite aTi-a lnlurles. lie. Peter waa called In at I the residence of the Injured gentlemen and I t-ani1pil nrnnt, tnorllnal iM. Narrow Ehoafh thou Daowxiso. On Tuesday erenlnc. about 3 o'clock, we learn ihai Mr. John O. Cook, doing bnaiaess on irldge atreet, above Potomac, went in to bathe att above the Three Bistera, and the current eing very strong, was soon carried out Into atep water, iie einiggiea id ineenrrwior several minutes, and was near becoming ex hausted, when a gentleman plunged Into the river and rescued him, Dkatii from Eat two Matcrm. A little colored child, aged about two and a half years, whose parent! reside on Market street, while playing with matches, on Tuesdsy afternoon, commenced eating the poisonous friction or what they are composed, and died lo great agony shortly afterward. The little victim of Jolton waa burled yesterday afternoon by Mr, . J, McQuillan, undertaker. Parent! cannot be too careful In keeping from the reach of email children iucq dangerous plaything!. Doats Annmsn The repairs on the canal, near Weaverton, Md., having been completed, boat! from above eommencedto arrive latt night, and tail morning It li expected that quite A large licet will report at the oolleetor'a office. Superintendent Mane, of the Oeorge town level, has bis division in most excellent order, aod It Is expected now that nothing will occur to Impede rapid eanal navigation DriNO. ttetween 12 and I o'clock this morning, Mr. James P. McCuIlocb.one of the froprietora of the O'rard Home, (late Lang's totel.) who wai accidentally shot In the troln on Saturday erenlog last, was dying at the hotel. It was thought he could not lfve more than a few minutes at most. Failixo to Takb Oct Licknsb J. T. Scrivner, Wm. II. Sullivan, 'A. S. Oatet, and A. Hrown, were arraigned before Juttlcn Uuckey, and lined 2 10 each for falling to take out license within the tlmo preacrlbed by law Indicted roit Mciidkb. -The grand Jury hare found true bills of indictment agalntt Thomas L. Cropley, J. F Oledmon, and Jno, H Donnelly, for the murder of Mr. Jat. Oray, In this city, on the night of the nth Instant. Georgetown AdyertlsemonU- DRES3 SILKS VERY CHEAP, 73IIla;li atreet,ForreatIlKll,Ofor(-e HOSS & BIOKSLER Will sell black and Colored SILKS lsit than can be fa and la the Dutrltt, vlit Plats blue, green .brown, purple tnrnmtr Silks, toe. Bin ill, plain, darkUlM-sar 8ltk, tl. Superior Plain Greet, Bine, and Brown, very heavy, ftAta. ttUPEUIOU 11 LACK ttlLKUt. , t!1" JIood " Vdttby lh atttntloa or Ibe ladles extra guod and cheap. LADIES1 HATS,OKEAT BAHQAHfl Flue Straw, M cents, worth SI Tho very be I tft..avu LAHfl"i U cool, worth X ctatt OtllP rt liarvatna In 1-rlnl. t1naiaa Ini. trea, Ac , Ac apt7-tf riJitxiTuiii; i FUItMTUKE! IIavlugciiUrg-d my Ware Kooms, which gives us Iscrea-'ed fuel 11 tie. I Wg leave In otff to tbc pabllc my lATgm- aud wall wlfc.ed alock ui rimxiTuitE, ComprMug SUITS V0R TARtOKS, liED KOOMS, GETTlNa AND DINING KOOUS, Ac InioIlcUlar a aharsof tke public patronac. id uuit hi i 1111 irr mT u.ki id Dimu. pledge myself to sell At cuep at Ibe cheap 113 Bridge street, Qecrgstown P 6 A Una laaortmeiU of Lounges al) 3tu Stoves and Tinware. 'W B Cooria nOOl'EK h BAQAM. A. J.HUiS J (Htiron4ranf ja Fklrvlnff.) STOVK, TIN AMU BHEKT-IKUN viilth'EUS, 17 ti.tvtiitb ntrel, abort) Pena aveaae. 43rartlcDlarattDtioopalJ tn repalrlogFonif u,Kaui, Parlor Utalart, Ao , and all work 1 17 Merchant Tailors. jonN a. Mclean & co-, WIZIXCJJJLNT T.VII-OltW, No. 300 E bTKEKT, Del ire a National Thcstrs aud WlllirJ.' Ilotoi. QENTS' FUHHISIlUta QOODS.Ac ana-U NTEPHCNN A CO (Late of Wall, Stephens It Co ,) 510 rsnnvylvsnla avenue, Bstweea Ninth and Tenth atrsttt, MERCHANT TAILOBS. NSW srKINO CLOTHS. CASSIUERESand VEST IHO, JUST HECEIVKD, Attnoderatsprleaa mbll-inf Ice Companies. QUEAT kALLS ICE COMrANT. DEPOT nd OFFICE at No. CI Louisiana aveuuii, between Sixth and St to nth ttrtet weat OMtiforthcaalcof leefromTa m toSp m Tlia Coiupaoy'a atock on band cnarantMt a full npnir iirejery urinaau uutius iu enure jtiTi i auooi nan ine pneu neremwre paiu ur r"T cue tOIill T JoJU-tMt Groceries. J. KUSSELL BARB, ntiLta ia FINE FAMILY QR0CEK1ES, No 14 Ninth street, ntarD, i! WAHIIINOTON, D C. DRY GOODS AT LOW PEICES, BOCAN lu WYLIE, No. 329 StT.nth it., bet, NTT. are. and L iti J0 Mil A. '. ! I. A N T , 1U.AJ.1.! IN WINES, TEAS, FINE OH0CERIES, Imported Luxuries, &c- PLANT'S BUILDING, Corner of Now York Avonno and Firuenth Etroet. ir M1LBU11NS' POLAR SODA. Tho Coldest and the Best. No. 480 Fifteenth Street, Opposite Treasury MINERAL WATERS ON DRAUGHT niytf tnr 262 Perm a Avenue. AnniVALA AT TfIK.I10TKK.ft MKTHGPOL1TAN Pattr A SkklLbv. t w w t,I .V"1""1 " 1 1 a V SY derson, P W Henderson, W H Lloyd, J M nurfnuehe. Tevaat ii'n winin.h.m. n.i DO Adams and daaghter, Mliei T W Hen Hurrouehe, Textat OHO Willlngham, Oaj I Hon E Cooper aad son, Ttnnj Hon John Fox, Henry Hmitb, AI AI Lumpton, Alexander Hay, O W Woolley, W L Sexton, U L Flth, N Yi J MPagv,(Mneinnatl J C Whitehead, If Ji P H Wlnr, N Ol If Humphrey, W T Way, Mdf Oeorge W Uand,lJoatonJaHeaPerry,PaiDr A Ai Loryea, Oregon Jt O Wlntcramlth, Joultvlllei A O terguton, T W Drown and wife, Mlta M Athtey, Memphltt Wm Joint, W Webtter and wire, Philadelphia! Col O M Drown, N M 11 D Craglo, III. WILLAUDS' HOTEL-Stkci ACnADWirK, John M Tlreoke, TxIngton,YtA WDIthop Little Reek, Ark Daniel D Atchison, Uaitee- toaillDChaDaaan. N YlJamesM Walte. Fort Washioffleni D it She t wood, Jackson, III) Thoi A Morgan. Louisville, Kyi L Richard ton, Jackson," Miss t Oeo O Wilds, If YiJ H Dftwaoo.OhtosOP Huntington, H Y W M Hardin-. Phi la i RimtMlO Court atr. N Yi J O Helden, N Oj It D Jinrr, N Y( Charles L Snow.UtlA. BEATON HOUSE JoarwH.SaJiKM. John J) Davie. Phllai A OUressstan, Md Arthur N Winston. L D LetUe. Nathvllle. TeQniMajorSHawbrlght.NYrA O Wicker, nutianu, vif K Lt wise, Kocnetier, n 1 1 vt r Whtte, LEattor, Phllai II W I landrees, Jno Wilton llannen.N Yi II M Pamerov. Uoetoni IOD ohn O Lcker, Dayton, Oh lot N O Oreea, Rip- -v c: "i :. -;.n -rr. n-: n . ton. on, witju w awiu, n xineo auiro, iaiu- more. KIRKWOOD HOTJSE-KIHO. Oeorge Ryan, Rlchmondi Wm A Allen, Wm H Harm. John U Llltslsk. PhlUdelnhlai John Oormly, UUs Mollle Oormly, Jobn Morgan. Cooper, Pa; D JI Dooth, Connt John Tate, El mlratXJOKytterand wire, Mft Kate Fyster, Harry Lysler, Alobtlei H O Martin, Strouds burg lb J Murtaugh, Lafajette, nttNKF.RH AVRNtlH HOTEL. II Stern, Ku Kluxi P nlarttey, rrederleka- burr, Vai W Marshall, Hrooklyn, N Y O T McCorney, Paris, Kyf JM Onrrlt, Memphis, Tenni Wpi Marth alland lady, Hrooklyn, w Yt Wm O LeDue, Minnesota) Bo Ould,jr, James S Foley, Haltlmore. owew nnusR-s. w. nv. James Brooke. Oen WH Payne. Warrentoaf mirm uria iiiiae ifraari ji uuruiru. Ay) rank Brown, eityi iddmond Oliver, u Myers, New York) T W Jala and ton, St Louie, Mot J K Baker, Buffalo, N Y; A Lufhlo.S O Tread, J F Chuggy, K A Putmao, Iowa O 9 Stortt nell, Richmond. Clothing. SHIRTS MADE TO ORUEB. Alto, a fall Hue of Dav tea etltbrtttd SOrTTIIflSHED BHtBTS oa band, of all sties, for isle at vary low prltet WALL, Fir SINSON & CO., 933 Venn.. ., bef.eth nndlOtbHte. mrlS tf Financial. fHlT N1TIUSAL HIS or witniNoron. II. 1. Coiiki. (of J.rCcwk. ACd ,)l'r!.IJBt. VT. 8 UCITL.T... CMhUr. UOTtK.KI.1T BEP08IT0EI 7 riNisiciiL tum or tui d.iitbd ijtatis. Ura .titiir. orroiiTi ti. T.ii.iiT iir..r Mt.T. a.T.r.iuDtH.rtll.t with Trusanr C.1UJ Stitoi, M-OKE HILLIon DOLlJtUI.-i w. i.r "i "li u iU.m. ot aovmsutaT SECUUITIU.t ..rr.nl u.rktt r.tM fOU.IlSIi EXCHASOI i ail, Collutl... on ILL THE l'llIXCiril, CITIES Of Till USITED 6TATIS W. pnrck. QoTtrniudUt VoacL.ri 08 In. HOST FAYOEAULE TXK1IS. .J llr. OA.irlL l r.ourr attixti.jt to ACCOUNTS OF Bl'SIHESi HEX AND FlltUII. ..A u ..r .Ik.r bnlb. .ntraitl to ni. IULL ISrOEMATl 13 la r.r.rJ lo OOVIR.f. UEXT Ln VN9 .t .11 tim. cheerfully TarnUbeJ W. 8 IIDSTINOTOM, CMor Waii..to. U.rchW. 1WS uhtl-iltt TAT COOKE A CO., BANKERS, riTTEENTU STREET, OPPOSITE THE TEEASDRT, bsy tad Mil at enrrtat tasrkst rattt tad ktsp soattsatly b bind a fall supply of QOVSBXUEXT llOXDS. SETElf-TniRTUS, COUl'OO.fD ISTLUEbT KOTES Ordtrt ftr Storlm, WgnJ. Ac , t xscaltj, tad Col- Itctloat iBttds on all accMnlblt poiot. Mpl-dtf rnilg NATIONAL SAFE DEPOSIT COUPANT rpilg I I .n act of CuDtjrrvK fxr iba ! kf-plui, uuJr tptr- .. nt lLv.pniit.int liAHilal. Mil r I'lall. Villi' W it LIU Hon, V Ij , enHf.frBtl r iprrnan blo I'atwra, and all dfocnpUoos of Valost If, aod for tht KnUuvfbfluniJt ofAro aud bunlar; truof taolt UlUcn corner Nf Yw.rk Ttnut and ('isjitiM. .irul nirewtsr.' H P Hrown. 11 V. Couk. Goorio W ttlt. Win S Hnntlnctoa, Oourfoll Praot, Otoua 0. Eram, D P Snyder, 8 1 lirown, PrealJ-tti 0 O Eto. Vict Preieldtntt Wlliuiaa uutuottoo, rreaareri d, Bnydtr, Stcretary Otflcollourt-Hla m. totp m Farnishing Goods. 114 I PENN. AVENUE 1 114 W. H. FEARSON, DEALER IN Ladies' aud Gents' Furnishing Goods AUo, BUOLEOIMPB, BRAIDS, K1MUE8( All color of MvLVbTSt UUUINIl II ITU ain.l Vl.laWICUfi- anil A Uri-s aavortiutn l of Uenllninfi. Whltt Merino SltlKlsand DRAWERS, and all tho Inte-t -tylt-a of rfEdaud BOWS, and uil.er artlc.ettt.ouuu.fr. oqb to uiaiutlon, all uf wbtcli ws art roady to avll cueapiorcain . "" HUMMKU MlNY LOTS AT LESS THAN IIALP TUEV t-uai" Wo wlTer (Ul Summer Oooda it Brett I) rtJiu.d Prvyotntto cu.lotnera lo look tbruub oar .lock. vtohii i ittriru nu wfi'v.w1 , .,,,.. WlbUAM li IUL.KI , A. BRO tio a Central btorvx. ji 12-Htlf QpiKjutle Ctnirt Mark.. UNION EOUND11Y, FlUSTWAKU.COKSEUrEKNSTLVASIAAVL. SUE AND EIGUTEEM11 STREET, '. Jt A. SfllNUIlUJH, i.kw iniiuiiTna nr a i w . t aiiuiiilV I li. SMI 1118, UAHUPACTUUEKtl OF ALL KINDS Ot rASTANDWKUUUIlTIUnN STAIRS ANDRAJL- inUti, ( AttT-UtUfl UUILU13U HAIIUIA. YY1AUUVV lla-AUB, etc , a.C. llnrdwnre nutl llouno Furutnlilnv Joodn. We alto Vea-nlo our Store a general f('''B19' UUILUKI.r. UAKUnAUa auuii u oar vt " IAU UUOlld. whlfh wa.lltreaaoual;lprli;eji. Ageuurir UASKB,linJ.V'iv. -,. INU hCAl KSuf allaiieaaud Mortlilug Mjchluaa, alaO bit 111 UrOOUl aHU. uriiauia tavtvif attv-ap apjl Sin THE RUSSIAN AMERICAN SODA WATEB, AT rOftllU.lN'HDKV. NTOIIE. Corner of f and Ninth atreeta, la lh Coldeat and Beat lu the city Drug, MidlctDea. fancy Article, Huap, Tow drr. Ac , at tatoa itiuth below Ihe uual 1 r'ct. jeaM IfJm WrANTED-slaLESHES to travel for a uaail raclurlug ooiupauy, aud !! r..""f,"Bl Oool waneaareguarauteed Addn., wlthaUiup, IIAUILIOK A 110 Wb, ilSChealuut l , Philadel phia, Penaolvaals Amniemenii. J AST TWO NIOIIT3, LAST TWO NIUIITS TUCIISDAT till FRIDAY, TIIUKSDAV ASD FKIDAY, JULY ICtH A.nllri, JULY 1T. aid lira, Ot TUB N I! ' (I II I. K A N N N. NADER IK. Flret .pp.tr.ie. .f tub aneAT miacoos", THE OB EAT MIAUCOd. ALL THE TKOUl'I 1.1 ALL THE TKOUPE 1"W ('Ta boor, .poa at 3 and 1p a. AdmlMUn... Chlllna . U cent. . U cte. -UrASUINOTODt CITY OAnUICN. Th. proprt.lor of thl. well knoira .ni popnl.r pl.cwrr.iM.rtd.atrc. loc.ll Ik. .Iteatlonof ...o. ct.tlone. Khoole...prlT.t.p.rtl.wl.bJactoclT. Fl. nie.. a. .loth. WAVMlllaUTOMCITYUABnEN. Iti. leeslailo. th. earner .rjf.w ork av.n. .nd rlretilrMt wil, te.MT.f MC.ee, .nd I. ah.dr, eooU.ad pl..e.nt. ltt. .applied with eh..tlnf .KlIorlM. Irn-pl. all.Te. arl.r hor.ee, Ae. K. (nehmmta of all kinda.aad ofth. beat qaalltr. rnr. JUUH HOLXiyi riMIE LAST II0DII8 or AnKAIIAH L1XCOLX. THIS ailA.IU U18TOB1CAL riiMTixa 1. bow on .aklhlllon at tho room or.r OALT S IW JEW8LHV 8T0BE. Oa rm.erlT.aia arena.. AJmleeloo, 23cente I7 lu Medical. DR. LBOK. lUR,dl01r physiciin, no 306 rcan't f sna, tbTS T wtlfih itrs et OntrtDti ftthoronth curt of U Prtvste Dl. mmmU tht bhtmeit unit, o &j ebtritt will be mide LADIES ietttrttrtilfttl trattment wll flaJ htn r .". lit 1st (ot mny rssrs, with th (rettaitsnccs,lreftlcdfeultcotiipUft.U lu ILU cltrusd VsiTYork. rrrtnlriti, no mstltr from wktt earns or bow lonctundlnr. laity retleTtd wlthont fall Con- svltlpf rooms privst Yt imdrto. J13 if W T -5J.!.4 rl.i tf nn. CDUTIS. u. d., r. K. c. s., , o , lathor of "M1MHOOD,' "EXPOSE OF QUICKS AMD QU1CKKKT." THE USE OP THE MICEOSCOPE IH CER TUN CASES 07 PEB1LITT," As. HttdtTottdutor yurtof bit tittsslT practice totlrelj- to tht trtatoaf at uid cart of NKHV0U8 DISEASES IrUlfif from JUlity tod tbatt proJaellTS of to mtiiy IniUoets of premttart dttsr. Uty bs contfilttd by Istttror at bis rttldtnc. Bo. IS Pslrret, bttwesnTwSBttatb sndTwsnty Srit trsttt, WtahlBitOB. D. 0 , from lbs botrtof lOsm iolp.DL. and from t lo 8 p. ta. falT-dm TJK. kl. A. BLAHKMAK, 8UKUEU3 AI.U DENTIST, OPPICE 50. J1I P STREET, KetwrtB Ttoth aod EUrtBtb stretU. apS4tf VaanttclTIhV Jtina 1)I On tho petition or Wili i am It AHiiisaad Juaira C Bcbbitt, of Ithaca, H V,, praylnfor tbtex tenilon of a patent grautad to iheiu tu lstli day of HepUiubcr, 1M, for aa ImproTOtnent In Calendar Clock., for aoTta years froin Ihoeiplratlon of Maid f latent. wMcl takes pUt oa tbt mhdayofbvp ember, lSbSi II la ordered that th laid petition be heard at Ibe Patent Offlee un UONDAT . Ihs Slit dsy or Aurnat next, at U a'cluek. m i and all ntaw in nut ilia. I to appnar aud ahow oauae. If aay tbey bate, why aid petition oncht not to be granted reraonaoppoaiif ine ezieotloa are repaired to die tu tb Patent Ufflee their objwtion. a-mclallr et fa rlli In vrltlnsr. kt leaat fuwiifu.lara hafora Ibe day of beaiinfiall i lmony aled by either parly, to be used at tho -aid heartna.tnast be taken a iranamiiiea in avcoroamce wun ine ruiea OI U-t if ui neariB m l tha atrrninanilai. tf anv. within Un days after alloc the teattmony. Ordered. to, that this iot.ee be pablUhM fa the UtrtTBLioiv and the Itlltonctr, of Wash ington, D C , tod In the Utrald. Utlca. Mew York . onco a week forlhreteueetaatTS week it tbe Aral of tald publications to boat total sixty day prsTtuas to lb day of burLaf A M 8TDUT, ActlBff CotninlaeloBerof PateaU, S.Ts3t giAiii ii,ai vrnci, WiiHiiurui. JuIt HL IsAt On the petition of Ebbx W Hot. toko, of Cam , nmi . prayiar rtr ins ssientton of a pat ni aid patent, which lakes place oa tbe 10th day of uciuuvr, .000. It la ordered that tbt said petition be heard at lbs Pateot Office on IfUHDAY, the 9th day of b(pteuiberaext,at IS o'cleok.tn i aud all poreosi have, why eald petition ought not to be granted o bvuuiii .y iavi: luuiuuw caumv.ii maj invy lie lathe latent uoi mtiiuniio. are required io I Ottlee their objectlboa, specially lD. at lnt TUIafMl'w daa hatf.ira than eiiorin ja day or hearing all le.tlmony tiled by either party, lo bo ued at tbe aaid heart ug. mnat bo taken and tranaiultted la accordance with tho rules of tbe VUlCVi wu.su nil! U IUIUIIIKU (IU UICaVllUU Dtjnoaitlont and other tinners. luaiiuiiB bj utiiar pniere, reiieo. apon aa leoiiniou ubh vi aieo ia id otuoe iweniy aaye betoro ti ifora tho day of beartugithe argumeBte. If aar rithln (en day a alter sling tbt testimony. lr.lainut. ahlau. that 11,1m mil Ira ha hnhM.rtaiJ In the UirCBLlCAM and lo Ihe Ittlltotcrr, Waah tngton.D C .and In tbe J mrnal, lioatou, Maata chuetlH,once a week for three incceeelTo weekaj lb 8rl of aaid publication! to be at leaat akxly dayt previous to the day of bearing. A M STOUT. I j IS-Wit AiUarremmlealonar of Patents Uhitbd Statbb Patbut Ofrict, V, aiHiOT.i, Janet. 1st I. iMJl On IhaiMtltlon of Itonaii C llimn. nM'utiff noy. e rm out, praying for the exteualon f a 1 aleut DHMAXJ HAH fur the BKteiial M ru ltd io hlui H e ;.th day r April, 18M, for au linnrnriiiiiaiit lu Manufacture uf Ulala IVtaella. f.ir evea yeara from the expiration of aaid patent. ajuivu IBII. '.vv vai ini.tmia ua Alll inuvr- aNDAY.tbeKlddayvfNoTeuiber in t and allneraunaare nutlfleJ next, at lit o'clock. to appear and show cause. If aay tbey nave, wby hi, I iiatllliin ntutiiit uot tii bu erautad Peraone rppoflng Iheexteuatoa are required In flla In tha l'atant OBoe Lbalr okiectloaa. a nutria Mi Ml forth In wrlliug. atlcailfirMfy day a before Itie day of hearing! all le-tiumuy Sled by either parly, to Lo nied al the eald heertng, ioat betaken aud Iran.uiltuU In accordance with the rntea of Ibe uiBce. which will befurnlal UepoiiiJUip and other paper, relied upou aa tee lluwyi7 be tiled Inthe otdce t until y dayabe foil ibeua of Ivearlagtlhe argument, tf any. will iMiiirDiiBauuiiimci and other paper, relied or Ordered, alao, thai this notice be publlabed lu Ihe RarrvitJCAX aud Ihe IntttUqtncrr, Waabtug tun, D C . and lu Ihe RtgitUr, Mew Haven, Lou nmtlcut, ouoe a Meek for three incceatve weikit tht Oral of aaid publication! to be at leaat atxty dayt previous lo ibe day of hearing AM STODT. Jel8 Thll Acting Commlnlonerof Patents APPLICATIOM FOR DUPLICATE LAND WARRANTS lufitf whom it may conitrn DxriKTMSXTOr tmx Intbbius, I Pataiox Ur net. Way IS, It-CS ( AppllcalldB haTlug been made under the att of June IK 'tA, lor Ihe rolaauo of the following do rribed Laud WarrauU, which are alleged lo have bmu I Ntordtitro)ed Notice Is hereby glveu Ihtt at Ibedalefollowlugtliedeacrlptlon of eaih war taut a uew eorilDLato or warrant of like tenor will e rtlaaued, If uo valid objection abuuld Ihta ap peart No 47,H. ror 100 acre, leaned under the set of March 3, l6.V1.ln the name of Kellogg Perry, and was granted November li, Ittfl Angual . 18. . No 43.U.1, for liWacret, l-ned under the act of March S, loH, tu the name of llarrlaon torum. and wa grauted October S, ItUQ, Ueptembero, 18 No Kit. for Ui screa la.ued uoder the aci of March J. lial. lu tie name of Hemeuce llalle), widow uf UeorgelUlley.deCi'aaed, aud weegraulod Msyjr) IBM Autii.t rt, ISCi .... No (.. f-tr lt)acr, Uaoed nt Iff Ids set Vebruary 11,1017, iu the name of Willie .Wet!; fallieraudhe.r at lav. efUarkU. Leatb, dead an Iwaa Ranted May . WU AugualVi. lfcs. No li.XUt for 10J acrea, latatd under the art of Uarrk s. Iai3. la the Diuii ol Alexander Berr ll I w Vranted March . M. ulv 18, 1M No W.rff. forlflO acre, lianed under the act of March it. 1, luthe Bamieaof the minor child reu tf Audrew Record, deceaaed, and wat granted July IT.ItO. S pleiuberlU, 18V BtNo SU.1R1, for 100 ncrea, leaned under the act uf Erbruary 11, 1J7, In Ibe name of KlUabolhThowp .ou, woihcr aud h.irat law of Daniel McAllater Tbompaou, deceaaed, and wat graulvd Septetuber 3U, IM7 beptf Mber W, ISW,, .... So tVl.U'l, fr ! acrea, laaued under the acl of rabruary II. 181", lu tha uame of Liaauua Ueu Rl,. .J... .rented "fcM" 'lS,0t'u,A,!,.8a Acting CoBUlUtllOAtr,