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SpocialNoticos. KLRVKNTft DflTBtCrt wlU raoo at PotatoSt kail, Ovrworef lUovoata siroat Bad MWTiftM xvaoto.ou MONDAY, A r 1. l whMi WW Pal winWwiMUd. itar lLMlV.Ot bIhbib, SUtltft f the tratliL-BUteUTltHtt TneeUtwo tmum4 Curry aro topoifBiifproaaudt, aa feint aad ovrWht elUaaa, la ftror of Ml err aod o,ial right, wuheot toward to raoo or oalor, Mi oilholrhn. Hopabllaon AaaoalatloBorwaah lottoo, D. U wilt Bit a Bteh ball. Ho. 6J1 liMMrfaaa aaimo, r-atwooo lith ad ttrnta trta orUnraa,oo Moil pat niUHT, Aotaat 5,i Ti3tf o'ctooa. PaaolBAl tltoooABOt I reqoaaio MORRIS MUBPflT. nnimnn ui.a. PAT1 TDK QULLINAIIK. innni llftklA. K; yonW .o;larT, rATBIOKOUKTlN. VKnnii MUHruii OpHR IIIUKRT. tlHAB OURIIN, 5S.rmwMia. JArt HIIANA11SN, PAY 111 ROAUHB. BPUBt ICAN OP. TUB a npri ata Is bol an flTh unitl olooUo forlwoi-odlraetoraof LMaoalM bohall of labor!- roa aM UiWJ' t.""- -" .:".-.r:.Tr.".;"-...'-: .i ;.. Hapanr wtii pa Data 01 too mnao, us. wo i ob mvnun ,anti ibib. i opo ol tl 'Iob, . ,.! lla!una(g-ijriublirau. VOL. XII.1 WASHINGTON. D. .0.. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2. 1872. oieuehgukt. xnn uiiKUTA tkibui-ai.. thla aviapafi; Pnlla v'otoea.w, m. Qama.p, lt-la (Patriot) Boaraiar-. iQ-OfVlCIAL. Wab DarjiiiTMkirrJ AiJOTrvrUr.4L'anrric, Witni4ox, Jaaa S liTS. 1 Vwrot OrWi Jro. M. .... .1. Tb tollowiBa la a ettraat fro-a ooellow I of th "uimikltf appropriatiooa lot lha oopport of Ibo Araif for Ida fmimAIii Jana II, 167S, aad (or other n Approrod JaaoS, U7Sl 1 a watUaTbrPMbrlnatllaf araU-a for raoahat Mdi. ,, HBV V 9 . ,. . 'or raaaafaotaroolanaaal lb MllaMl armory nm ana rntr umwiihq imwn nmwo) part of tola approvrlatloa aball be otod thaJlaa baaa a44tta1 fwlha mlliury aarvla up tba faawm dtkw of fit MiM M Da aptxtiat abriM HMraUTaf VTtr.wblah board thai! oo- '. aal tbraa ofllot ir& iu"a M pa tao (roc ua m oa UTaAtrr, aa4 oinM loaaruiian t Uao from tba eavalrrinna front xitniM Ihaartlllani JnflrrWJwl farWUr, That ttta natm. rbaa an adopUd.abtll bo Uoraromoal altl paiaal to aj ol IU ofllaara of ofoptarsaatoc im aor n aHi or ibphih pi v mi- la ooalonaltrwltt poMnllo which roetror ladlraaUrUUTaatM.'1 la oaalonaiifwiia tao 1 wlU tMorabl la UlO eltf ol Bwa HHIJUI. ft MAM ina Totb ea tba M dai ol ai.niK. un. with uihnlt titAlnrn Ia flarioc .(! . I. u La !! llaalt si lh awrcwa ot tbal atMbnabaiaatt wblah ftr barabr laead al lit dltpoaa', t oaaPar a ad rooMoaiaod ff odoptM a. braooh load la rratorn (or mask at 0 at- oaiMaaa lor """"taiffi MR THE SOABD. flria:adlor Uaaoral i. U Jmrrf, iTtL itar a Itoloaal P. V. riaaar, Urinaaea Dtpartnont. ftoloaallt (f GUIs, tilth lataatiT. Harw M. A.ftMo.ltbUavalrr, lotDUlafbUUnaciVMi.U Artinarr. 14 IrfoatMaal llanrf MatoaK, Ordaaaa Darl naat, la datlld M raoordar ol ta b ord. .... AU poraoaa Utaraatod la aaaaU araaa ara laattod lo Mtialaaaiplai aad appaa lo fa oo, aadat ab rol"aaanr boAdnpUdbrlbobfWTd. . , . Tba Urdaanoo Baraao will aoppl annh UrormaUoa kauri a a 0 Ua m attar aadar lotaallf alio aa may bo aalladforbrUo board. B, fty. .1 Ih. M.,.4.7 Krowll,0i Jj laapS AdjnUaillaaaral. Att Ik Gruff QatvtlsM Bctt1al-KulAi4 FroMta If-proMiefllPirr Umm-TUIi of tho Prlar a4 PHaiwoo of WrIm ! Iht AiMtrleaa Flatt-A PrM1 ! frt (TaiR-A DRWojotl l Htntlry In TRrta. TUK Gill IT A TBtRUKAL. BiiHiI rrMlU BilHnUrr Cut. Londom. Apinwt 1. A dleptich from Oe dtr to-dty iato tore are Aboolalelj no pr Ucumrt ottAlnable ol tao proceed dm tt the latwt altUni of tb trlbuoilol trbllrAUoo. TbsEeoermliUtctnentUpat forth oa ppA reoll credible mtborlty that ttl Ibo grun oaeiuoDi otvo oocn Miuea, aoa ihm wo r bltrttois are now itadylojr tho dcUILt of a proepecllTQ adJnttraenL No offlcul comma' nlcatlon will, howeror, bo farnlibed to tba prtM nntll tbo flaal Mtuement, which U llkuj to be reacbed much tooner ibaa bu Dceq vxpecwa. Tlatbr, Another dlmalcfa bati tba Enirltah Verr. ontatlves hare presented to the board a tup tilemcnUry caio, ccubllablnf Id the belief of the Iffnera ihtt England faithfully execotod her lawi la connection with confederate cruUeri. Tbe American acenU bare, In con Mqnence, labmltted a retort to the effect that the qaeellon cannot bojodKed from tbe mere local tUnd point of English law alone, andarpilng thatEnlaod liability for tbe roYoEu couinutwn oj no friraioori anvea iwtoclpally from ber non-fat ailment of Inter national law. rlaoe Ibreatentnfc to ihoot them unlet tbe nwM torronacrea The. Hondarlan commander aarrenderod 1 the 10th IoiUdL ' Mendeneta hae compelled actlne Presldeot Oreecenclo (loraei to nominate hlnuelf fHetueoeu aa I'resioenioi Jionaaraa, ue naugnratna occnrrlnfr on tbe Uth lnttan. Jlotidarao. U near Ban Tedm. and llkeW to- Otnotv Tbe BrfUth and Bpanun contuit ak tor war voooeU to protect the InUretU of BrlUah and Spanlth enbject. T5C0a" Otatrtl AHMty FrecUlariaVCIwtlta far Ptm Ntit rrotlAlAu. MATAUoaia, Anjcoit 1 The military to laonuea to-aay aoaonncec mat aveeeerai HUI 1IIJ Ol ynUWAUR OP WIIKUK VOU DUINK HUDA WAT EH. anl M tt poUiaad from load ptpaa ao4 nttalUt UoM OOUUUUK-5 TKUPLB JDBUa BTORK woort mwiaiitii tlwart rcBa,tr4tixtaoiu oou. with tho aboltoat frail impt. 1" 114. .i.i..DiTaifiaTnitTrnD am tu TRfJVCD BELUW, wblah la adootaj to ihaaaa of ralatarata aaaiUaff.bola Kcbaaaanl aorodarablo,aa wall a oooao-oloaJ, ihaa af otbar now la naa, aatlat at laaaleaoha I tba Una aad otpaoao,oad latharaMt. parfait loatraaiaat for troatwaat of tht Orapo- om b aiaaaa of tho Ba'phorOaro. ,. ruil dadriat t parohaso Blato or tnt ha If mat lahlwUtploaaiaddroaa,,.. ' ..,-- rfUlin rt. ufinmini. B, H.'S (lirAT BBITAIX, Tht Tllaot aid FftacMt tf Wftlrt Tloli tht Aeierlcai rlftt. Niw York, Angnat 1, A London tnectal, dated Jnlr II. aara there waa a maznlUcont Lacenn at Boulhampton to-day. on toe occa sion oi tuo Tun oi toe i noes aaa iTiacesa ot Walot to the American fleet. There were ten men-of-war la tbe harbor. Including the Wabatb, Brooklyn, Shenandoah. Dymontb. Wachntott, andConKreoa. It waV fnteadod that tbe reception should take placa on the Wabuh, hut tome dayt tlnce there waa a caae of smallpox on tbat tblp. Conicqueatly the admiral transferred bit flair to tbe Brook lyn, on which a dlttlnjruUhed prty of Amer ican cltlteoa were recti red, m prcllmtnary to the great erect of the day. Promptly at 4 30 o'clock tbe royal yacht, having on board tbo Frtoco and Prince of Wale and attendant, waa sighted. Tbe yards were manned and alatea were fired from all the Testels. The gaeata were received at tbe gangway by Cap uio urraoQ aou Admiral auiqo. iqq dbdo play log "Qod Bare the Qaeon." The officer oi ine amp ana some cmiuas were Intro- Jt lrif .Waahlaalow,! ttVClltCUIiATlIlM MUHARV T. M. O. A. BUIIfDWO, eortor tf MUth tad D atraau. T1IB WABMIIiaTOlt LIBRART HOHPANT aroald Mil ktloaUoa to th (aoltbatlbla Ulba onti UrcoUlroolaUnctibntrtatowa. Ittonla'aioror t'iitOQ velaoiea. wfahraotac war a a o( Hlatorr, Trarpl. BtofrapljJ, VieUaa, and tooarai IJUratnro. . Tbo raroanaa, bayoad looidaaUl oapaaaoa, ara da- Upoa (rota MiaiilOp. n. Tona, wllh rlahl Vouaa book bona. 'l pof aanaw. . Vlaltora ara raraoaltally larltad to oall tad aiawlao toooautoa-ao Tho Ubiarlaa will bo U aUoadaaaa aaO tloiaatngoaair iaiormaaa, mmm W", wag BIBDICAI NOTICB. I h.o rooaiaad Uo (loBarU Praolo ot Madtolao. unoot aaoooq woatooraar. amnestr had been uroelalmed a Mexlcoy embracing all engaged lq the recent rflTnlntlon end reatorlaff them lo clfll nnd political rights. Congreu hu also ordered a general election lor rreomen ui un iw niinlle tn oeenr ahorUr. TIia rnltM.tnr n( rnatomi at thla tiort hat lMued an offlrlal notice of tbe cxleoilon of tbe old tariff on tbo frontier Ja- limes oi peace aod impoalog a Dinner amy. Thn mrholrt rnnntrv la nnleL Tho lnBUf' genu are laying down their arms and anb- miHinK K UJVUUTfnuiKUl, wuivi hukuu- Ing all leniency to lnanro perfect peace. lHspatchea report the Interior a nalU fJESEBlL BAXKR. Ht Ceiata Uat la rarer er Uwltr. Hostox, Aoguat 1 The rumors of the de fection ot Gen. Banks from the support of Qraut and WUson are1 confirmed by the fol lowing letten , Boitok, July Bl. lfy dear tin I have the honor to acknowledge, by tbU note. In addi tion to oar conversation to-day, the receipt ot your Invitation to addreae tbe citizens of i.yao on i nursaay eveniug in support oi wo re-eloctloo of the Grant policy and his Ad ministration. No Invitation could have greater weight wllh me from any part ot the country, nor from any portion o( my fallow cltUens, and It gives me gTeat Measure to iinm inn inu nniDinr cuuiu un auuou w your sugireatlout, at the representative of lUG ClUSeHS Ot AjJDD, W lUdUW M wvyouo to tbe rciaetU Their kindness to me many years ago Is a crmtlnalmr life-remembrance. nd nothing ... . ...I.k.-.1 .!.-. woaia reive me greater Musiavtiun hju u renew my asaoclatlona with tbem; but I re gret to aay tbat I am not In accord with tbem In regard to the Presidential canvass. Atralnat mv rli Ha and Mraonal Interests. I am compelled to believe and to aay tbat the perpetuation ot tbe present policy of tbe Government la not for tbe advantage of tbe country, and that It will not tend to eetah-' LUn Us former good and prosperity, nor to Rromote the Interett ot any claw ot dtltena. o personal feeling ot any form or character eater Into thla Judgment. It It In view of Seneral prloclplea and public interett alone ) at I am led to this conclusion. Tbo nulling of tbe masses ot people of all parti, section ana racea in support oi too grant- roM vi RBV TOR. Tli Xllpatiltk LlotU-U. Nbw Toar, Aortaii 1-Mr. LmU J..Jrn- nlne-A ectRur nf the Timet, annilartd -at the Tomb Police Cowrt to-day, to antrwer the eharge of libel against him In Iho toll brought oy uenerai AuptincK. me iidqi waa cun talned In a paragraph publltbed In tie Ttmia to the effect that Kllpalrtck, whllo MUiUter to unw, aiicmpiea to tairoauce a amnaougu woman, his mlBtreaa, Into society Mr Jen- mag waivea an examination to P)i-sar mr trial at the general teutons whenever an In dictment should be found. The courtfieclded that ball waa not necessary, tho counsel for the prosecution aAaentlog. insiiiwTiHirri There U meat actirltr at the cusUin-house owing lo the new tariff Thousand bf cases oi Eooat nave neen witnarawu irom iae ware TO?i..,,rt '" ' 'DTKixapr'LonoiBORKiiaR. j The strike ot the. longsbomncn Upracll- caiij over. ranann wrinf.B!ii. The Central, Erie, and TeoniylvanU rail road to-day rediKed the freight ratetitoTf tba West from 45 to 38 per cent. It Is reported that the chasm 1 onlrfor one mtnlh. to break, down tho old contract, wheir ara detrimental to tne roaaa. TUB rtBB AT ntlNTIR'S TOIRT Is stilt horning, thongi there la no dariger ef It extending seriously. A canal-boil laden 0 nclgbborb The Kmmo by Ore daring i the wllh oil exploded during tbe night, alarming ncigDDoroooa, uutaviojt uuiviunr than the dostrnctlon of lM traft. NORTII CAltOLINAa THB( ELECTION YESTERDAY. THE RETURNS VERY MEAGRE. TOE CITY AND DEPARTMENTS Mcrrlmon Elected Uorernor. th whole nchthborbt rlaaiajnt LhAn lha A iljfrl are 3,000. ( viiiiUBan m nii!. Tan ttckaU for the Btoelc Exchange chil dren picnic, which opmt off aaturday, sold lo the exchangt this morning to tho highest Diaoer. inc touu tmouai rrcoiTou "m 053 50, ooe ticket telling for 235. nnsiftirri. thtllfUleiifrtsa)naTBrpV)IcaBGoBtvitlta. JicBtAW. Mut.. Alter. 1. The Filth Con- grestlooal KepubUcan convention met in thla city to-dAy for tbe purpose of nominating a candidate for Congress. The most ntttr con- intion prevaueu urougaout me oay. mn vnv ueatlon has been properly nndentood. There were thirty-eight accredited delegates, aud over forty votes were cast on. every ballot. TherewuooecontlnaedcTyforonler. nvtral ftirhto mpnrnxl. and anltttmn lew In all ukecUona. Bereral bdndred pendda, of ail colors ana caaracicrs, oumpiea toe irai lerlct, and took active part In the proofed Inf. CaII were made for various prowlneo KepubUcans, when lome one In the gallery called lor (ien. Wharton. V. Tba crv was reiterated from'ererT uurter. aud Wharton took tbe stand. Qalet at once reigned, when he gave the convention aome notice, uen nnarton uaaiHiDguiaot-ici.-Uen, lie was listened to with marked re aped. At a late hour tho convention ad journed. It Is claimed by some that It ad journed sfrw rfJc, hut by others till to-morrow, wnuo a tuira party are now uutaing a miet lug In a privato rooni, claiming to bo tbo bona jwa contention, ine promiaeni caoai- RiLtiOH.-N. Cr.August l.-Vottog i pro gressing quietly. The Democratic rote will balncreaed. No disturbance bM occurred, RiLiioit. It. C Anzush I-Rctonia from eleven towns and precinct giro conservative gains ot about 950 ov? r toe unipp tow oi ttnn' ltalelgh townsblp gives a conservaUve gam ot Sis and Wake rorett 100. There U nothing a yet decisive, though the chanced aae in IBTOr Ul tUO WWUVU VI. NCIIIUlUlf vvnayi .- wifMiaaanM. M. fl. AnirniL 1 -The) elec tion was one ot the most quiet held In this city lor years, a large vote waa poiieu ou UlO UtmOSt ClWtlVUI WWW HMiun vj ww sides. Tbe city returns are not yel In. Ahbottsburg township, Bladen county, iho tint returns received gives Merrlmon a ma lorlty aod gain of about 40 vote over tbe vote of lbTOi when the Conservatlvea carried , thn Rial liv ntarlv PL 000 malorltV. Tho Vote for Attorney General In 1870 will be adopted as Ue basts of comparing the gain aud loste In tbe present election. WnunifltA- ft. 11 Anrt1t Uf Jbtrtr. a ConserraUre gain ot 30, Kocky Monnt, 31; rnfiM t iwnMwlncu In Edirecomb. 1A. There la a gain In Wilson, but the amount la not SlBHffl nciunu irvni uwuuu uituvara aconalderableCootenratlreraln. Magnolia, 18 CbneervaUve gau UoldsKro. 135. m WiLMihoroii, N, 0., August 1-In Wel dm, Halifax county Merrimoa gain 100 on toe vote of) 1870. This it considered a very favorable; Indication for the Conservatives. rronowest townsnip, uraoswic. oumuaj,kit Merrimon a gam of 8t vote on the vote of 1370. The Conservatives In this city au of fering bets to any amount on acmnwo INO. 210 W, AICKIAK OX TBI ADIUISTUTIOI, doced to the Prince, who received all with I the war It Indispensable to the perraaneot sordino Boathstrat r Odd raUowa UkJI. Waaalitnw. UaW prtaa aho'.ja-jo'-waa. Molar, to Or. R, A. Baooa aad Rot, W. B. Kvaaa. ZXSL " o5aa OfUaatalKaicarr, 41 1 Bol roaw UaadB,(awdoora aoatho( Od B'iWTaARarfSK'AMSSSHBlflS rtollvatod proaipUr hlr Udoaoaa bf I aa-lna naoifaadaddraaaat tha Olsaratoro ( rillUi IU VARLNo,lauQrowwlaaiaaaoa,aor0'ot girt "- TA-ArB X A O K. I A.-CO.IIPf.KTK AR w raocoaaaato haro byoa roado for aa oartv aad pro-apt dauVor of tho OAUTy NATIONAL RKVUB. l.rnlN th.M.tuatU(iiif. Peraoaa doatrtaa to aab aorwfo wtUplaaao loa thaTroamaa and arfdraaaal tha IralwL7aTo..81MrUB.a,bKlM.-r- . F VmrllMraOS, Aa(. and tbaywi toaMpovwaol tar BlM ! oplaa aaa bo ohUtaod 007 raoratac at tbo ItawIapoo eTj T.OOX.Ul Kta aWOOtaad UBORUBSB. rHKNOH. W Rla atroot. Urarodraa-aUrtr fat rim OXMTB par r-oaU bf havtaa thair aaaaoa ot th Ohrar atot oljaa. K.Btafc aooaoMov aw u. u. ommot, . roppsale, p ROPOS AU POR BUTTUK8, DanrTiUAaTSBiitTa OturAiL'.OrriCB,) PniLAOAtrauA.Jalr ,). I Boalod proiMiaaU wlj vaaatMd VfK,.2. (whara propor forou wOl bo fomlahod) anUIIS o'oloofc. '! amoaTUKHUAT.Avn IH nwtmmn tuiwm, tSd, IsTI, lorlb daUrarr 'onoa)laala.tl UlJMklnkll t.i (n-'U" VJW0 rarda off Unaon Woralad Lwa, IWlseh. I,um) tarda ol Crtwaoa WoratoJ Uao. H laoh, AUloboWataf tiAAdard,samplaaof wbloheaa M MnattbUoaoo UO.KAbTON, Jl9 Dopolf OaartTrsAaUt Oaaorai, U. B. A. pRqFpaALSPOB WUKAT. laoalh.fAaaaaOISa.lor (araUbJn Wbaal for Iba naaioo wi 1 1 itt' CT..k.l.. Wknk uihH fiAsa dklo at aoa troattathoaloaool th fiaoal raar, oodla JoaoBH 'A said wbaal lo bo o( w4 qaalltr, aablaat M IqapoeUonaad ralaatlon bvlho aa-oolol Uo baaloo flousT. Tho whaab to b eauroraa IB feliLl . .k -- .1 . 1 ha Hani la roaarad to lacraaao or dlnlaUh lb TaaaUlral Uto dlaorotlat of tho Kapoalatoadaat al adloa ABalrai alao, to taraUaatotho oaatraol that taasnaaatorHlou or ginajtiaa ooairavvH vow fah pcop-aai raoat baro a Oopf of thla adrorllao Mat (a Up I tool a aowaptpof) ottashad thorolo. Tha oaauMlot or ooBtraatora will ho rjlrd lo a guodatd aofBolaal boad latboiamol 9 fiM Ol BO I1UIBHII PI III! wwmib., nnu .n T" , waooo oamataovv anai vw iu in iw v m Jofltooruiawiaa amotb itrutora Btaal bo wromtrai oaior lata aakt boad aad aiaeata tbo ooauact. hearty aad manly cordiality. Tbe Prince waa la pi tin morning dress, nnd was looking well. The rrincet wore a whllo dress, embroid ered, a rich violet sub, a white hat, trimmed with violet aod blue and a violet feather. be was each a princess In grace and beauty as au tue iairy Hue togeiuer cannot eqaai. After a few mlnotes oa tbe (per deck the party visited the run deck, and then went to tea. Admiral Alden, the Prlnto and Prl neons. Minister akheock, Uen. 8acrmaa, the British Admiral Monday. Prince Lelnenger, 'Bishop Mcllvalne, ot Ohio, Mr. Moran and others were at the table. Tbe Prince of Wale not being afraid of tbe amaUoox. visited the Wabash. t Tbe party then moved around the other vessels and returned on the roial vachL ' n... ..- j .t. ia1 A. - .a un toe acyaiiaw) i awn irwoo tue jarua 01 all the ablpe were again manned, and each ship Joined In firing a grand aalnte. The same evening the Prince entertained on board the royal yacht, Admiral Alien, tne cap wins oi ail tne vessels, uen. tsnerman, Mr. Bcbenck, Secretary Moran, and Blsbop MdlTaln. LteuL Fred, Qrant was Invited, bnt vu ab sent from tbe country. rreviou to toe arrival oi ue rnnce tae fleet was Inspected by Geo. Sherman. tdb rmxsa oh UMnam'a lbttbb. Low dor, Augnst 1-Tbe London JoarnaJ of to-day comment o some extent upon Sena tor Sumner' letter, a brief abstract ot which bu beev tele graphed, and the prospects ot tbe Presidential canvas in the United State. Tbe Time$ expresses the opinion that tbe position of President Grant before, tbe poo- flo ha been mnch Injured try tbo refusal of bo Geneva tribunal to entertain tbe Indirect tlalm. Tbe Daily Newt says tbe letter ot Sumner cannot but Increase the chance of Greeley. MARROW KSCAPB Ol UL OLIDSTOMB. Lokdom, August 1. Thl afternoon while Mr. Gladstone aud Hlght Hon. Acton Ary ton, chief commissioner of works' and hulldlmrs. were wimoaung aufuo expenmenu witn gun cotton In the irarden attached to theTreuurr buUdtng, a quantity ot that material prema turely exploded with a tremendous report. At first grave fears were entertained tbat inese genuemen were injnrea, dui ine con trary Droved the case, and wllh the exception ol breaking about one hundred windows In toe Treasury nuuaiug no damage wu aos talned. TBB QOODWOOD CVP wa won to-day by Baron Rothschild Favoalus, Albert Victor second, Verdalae third. Favoalus was the favorite. TBB TBACRBU' CONOREM bas decided to take Immediate ttepa tor tbe organisation of a universal Teacher.' Associa tion. Tha General Society will be under the S residency ot the Teachers' Association of eneva, Switzerland. MAflCK. UallodSlotas Jadto or Diatrlal AUoraay. Tha oow- traator oroootraalro raaat Do praparoa 1 Th rihl U roaairad tf lJoot sar t all Ltd thai mar booSarad. .-.. . ...., , 'ropoaaia ion a p mdiwww wio.u.i,'.. aad Uoorood PwpoaaJa for W baa. (off Baalao Bloa Bldd ar lavltod I b praoaat at th Opoalag of jjtt IttvovlaWadaatot ladlaa ASalr, r ftbrOBALM POR llRADeTONIta for ha TlONALMlilTARTMBMICTBRfKl. nu Lrarui-iuTif maul rorwtoJsaralarttadfwaaarMaath f'S'MlBJM aauooai onatMnw m nqvum ! . " a-j-'i to tho Uaarunaaaior Uoaotal. WaabJot, IX O. Piopooa'a aboald oUto Ih prioa (or aaeh haadaloao, propoflf laaorlbod aad sot al tb baad of tbo Tart I aaob aatlooal aUUlart eaaaatarr. . , M .. Blda raar o ' " ' oih 1 tho Oon tarlra, or lr Ibalol atroral oaaaaUnot la dlatrlataw "'t'MX'?,':! -u to,i. m.i. it, m par aaaa. 9 una iuw w 411 ponpoaala raoairod oral win M opoai nraa, a Mia will b awatdad to tho lowaat raai ... mmmm u - aa M -- a 00 oooiploo4, pvayida tbo auaplao Ar tl aaoh HntiuL t by Iho QaftoTBiaator (It- 1 boTpoaod oa tho Itth dir of Oaiobor, Itrs. al a tao eH al tho Qaartaraiailor Ooaorai, VfaallaitOB,D.U.. la praaaaoa ol blddoro. aod aoa- prtoaa a bo ooaiplotod. amid tbo Mltabla bf tha rtooratarf of War. AUaaaiploaafcoalJwodloUio If raaikad la rdar to of Ttoa o laralahod oa apflla Itaa la walUac lo thoAlaartonaaator Uaaar. ItgtcHi.D.a r , . . ' aralopco ooatalalac proooaa'a, to bo. wwii 11 talonaatloa aa t ooaal- Ul do laraianoa 01 rtonaaator U aaari a.u.u. . . . . . .!., !.. aaBiAlalB BMBOOVa. M OO laBOWiaB Propoaala for boadatoaoa far aaUowal aalllUn aaao. tonoa," aad ad Jraaaad to th 4-utorHaator UaaarrJ, Warhlaotoa, DO. U CI. MK1US, taartor-MaUr Ooawal, BiL Ut Uaaoral U. B. A. )Til - p HO FOB AW ITR, OAST IROM WORK. Orrca or raa Buntavitno AphitsctJ f n.AaUBf IarTMfJT, Halad VoapriaaU IU bo faoaltad at tola offlaa aatll II m. Aoaoat 1. 1.7. for f aralabla Jlltlaa, aad dallr ocla itoOa(4iBpolaaa aa Pilaaiors raqulrod tMUilMLuM'.Kl .hint Biwtaa a tha AulA wtaaof thaaawatato, rVar.aad Wr liopartaioa'a baVdlnc at WaaVloatoa, U. U. . , . t . . Uopioaof thardrawinjaitMiaMlloa,ad sobodal av bo had oa anpltaa'lo al thla otOoo. rormoaMwUlbaaaadooalhodoUrarr ad aooopt aaa ol tbo wwrk. dodaatia; to par ooat,watll th vrvwiin najabTallaa of tba oaairaaa. A 11 blda bdiI ha Udamaul ULMIUMI DIUI aaq ttarioi ihsd bf a poaal boad I loiUra MkjMi) tat tbo arlurva LhA aABltuiL iir awardad tohla.tbo aonotaabf oftho aooarltftop imaq. or ma uiuw oibb iiaio, wara oa ina Itod Siatoaoooit, or th dtaulol attortff el tho idol waaraia tha hid lai raaldaa. Ttio baparlmaat raaarvaa lb rlab U Uda, If It bo daamad for Uia tat OTooioal lo do ao 1 aad aat bid that li tho taaa of ttf Um Udlar will aaaapl award ad to hin.lbw aiHrtcl whoroia tho b!4 'ar raaidi prlatol (trui. lo b obtaload at hot ooarorm I ararf n alia oi tha Of atadaaaib to. aad dooa tanua ot tbo r BalLha-Mlll anr wropoaala ha raoalvad frotu parti as who ara act UapIaaTraa aaarwl la Ibo maaaiaaturoof oaaMroa workTaadwho baft aot tb aaaaaaa (aolUUts (or Aiibiiamaat baloaotad laaaaajad vmrolapoaad iloraol "1'roixwtl lur lr tn-wura," aod addread lo JalMH A. II. MULLLlT,iitM"llu Aubllovt, A BtBtett f e Sttaltr. Paris, Angnst 1. Tho American residents of Pari last nhzbt entertained Mr. Btanler at a bar. quel, at which Minister Washburno pre sided and a hundred guest were present, in cluding most of the resident correapoudenU oi American journals. r. ivasnoume. pro- "iuii win iuuivi tun vivuiui wawu auw uxpcdltlon ol Btaoley Into-Afrtoa from Its origin to the, discovery of Dr. Livingstone, and said that, thl achievement added new honor to the American name alreadv re nowned for such enterprises. The toast and Deeci were recalvedwlth Immense cheerio. Mr. Stanley, resrondlnr,aid that each honor a attended tho expedition belonged to Mr. iienQctt. ue entertainea tao company lor sometime wllh aecountaot hU travels and adventure In Tarkeeten, Russia: the Crimea, Jorusalem, eto. Among tbe nobtUUe present at tho banqaet waa Mr, Howe, the well known splrUoallst medlom. Mr. Stanley lOWTVO tU tVMB IVT 1MUUUU. BPil. rTtaostd Lean' thr Cat). Madrid. August L When the Cortes re assembles In September tho Government will submit a project for the loan of DoO.OOO.OOO to be devoted to the Improvement of the flnanceo ot Cuba. Tho bonds to be offered coder thla project will carry Interest, also representing a sinking fund for tho cancella tion ot tho bond at tbo rata of eight per cent. Mr annnm. Tht Interest and slnklnc fund U propose to draw from the (hiban war subsidy and from tbe surplus Quean rove- naea, CUBA. A Bptitsh ColTraa DsfasUd. IIatara. Jnlv 80. The Cnbant have de feated a Spanish column conveying provision Between uiparaana uoigmn, Killing aidou, the Spanish commander. CAR API. Sir J KcDeaal4 BlKttd te rarllaattaU KlaOSTOR. Obtario. A air. '1 The first contested election for member of the next iMuiinioo. raruameot looic place Here to day between Blr John A. MacDonald, the Premie f ot the Dominion, and John, Car ruthers, esq. Sir John was alecteoVby a ua Jority of 181. s . CUTBAL ABBBICA. Tht YTar BftRttaUcalii aat Bta Ktlftder. Bbijzb. Uomddrab. Jalv 83. via Havana. Aug. 1. -The Ban Balvadorian troops, com manded by Mendlna allw Mendeneta, occu pied Orna, Honduras, on tbo 15th Instant. The town Itself wa defenceless, and was toon In tbe bands of the Balvadorlans. Tho Hondarlan, fort fired on tbe town, kllllm seven Sin Qalradorlans. Borne of the ball penetrated the British Consulate and other Imlldlngt. Soon tbe San, BAtvadorlan took the woinon and children ot tho town, lnclud lng iho wife of the president of Honduras, and placed thorn la Maln-etreot, where they all rvuialucU u hoatagus, the Bau Saltado- establishment of a general recognition of those results. It can be secured by tus other means. We shall all be forced to this con clusion Booncr or Jeter. , , This united action on OUs basu nat aeen the hope of my life. I fervently desired it durlnrr tha war. and In the recoostnrcUon ot Blate subsequent to the war, I believe It la now tendered In good faith In the nomina tion oi ureeiey, ana tor one s cannot reject It,, It was -what 1 desired. It consumma ura. allhoBirh sadden and startllnr. doe nOt alarm me. My duty to my country and my- J toll rfimre me to give mm my support, i cannot advocate before your friends a differ ent course, which neither my Judgment nor my heart approve. It grieve me most deeply to separate myself w thought or act from any of tho with whom I harre treen eo long RMoclatcdf and to whom I am ao greatly Indebted i but I believe that th res alt will Justify my action, give to the country peace aud prosperity, which U the object of oar lobar, ami secure to averr citizen civil aod pollLlcal equality and freedom, which wae won uj too aacruos oi ao utuj Taiaauia live. Accept tbe assurance of my lasting friendship and esteem, and oeneve me. I our truiy, i. t . TKBMOIT. Tha Daaiocratle aa4IdrICftBtlSa delegate and Liberal ltepubllcan ma con- venuon met uare tu morning, notning waa done but organization and speech mak ing. Tbe two conrentlonrwUl'torobably nnlte this afternoon, or at least nominate the same, candidate. BuRUROTON, August 1 Tho two conven tion appointed committees ot conference, who were not ready to report nntll 4 p. m), when the conventions reassembled, each In it own balL The following U tho list of nominations agreed oot For Governor, A. B. Gardner, Liberal i lieutenant Governor, W. II. Blag ham, Democrat, treasurer, Henry Chase, Democrat. Electors W, H.llorrobln, Demo crat; Thomas E. Powers, Liberal: J. P. Ladd, Liberal; Jasper Rand, Democrat; Saul Bishop, Democrat Tbe conventions then adjourned to the open air, wnere spcocues were maao tor two court by J. S. Johnson, of Oregon. Jame 8. Thayer and E. O. Perriu, of New York, General Kll palrlck, announcing that he would speak Id tne evening. 8AT1HKA1I. Tltlatlta ef UtKaftrvtaitat Act. Da An nan, u., aiuui . mi t u tha United State vs. Geonre Washlmrton tvuson ana inomaa u. tvuson. cnarcea wita violation of the enforcement act In dls- turblng a peaceful meeting and luterruptlog tbe freedom ot apeecb, wtA called In the unueu otaio -womnussioacrs curt to-uay. The court-room wa densely packed, and great Interest was felt In the proceedings. Jude Fleming assisted Wilson, who non ducted hit own defence. DUtrict Attorney Farrow, in Introducing the case, stated that It wu the first case of tbe kind that had come before the United State courts In Georgia. He regretted tbat tbe parties vio lating the law were of bis own party, the ltepubllcan, but he would nevertheless prose cute it vhrorously. The defendants led one faction ot the KepubUcan party, which la bitterly opposed by the custom-house ring. The decision In tbo case was reserved nntll to-day. date were Lynch, colored, and McKethe present member about evenly divided. lOTTi! nairrtlt aid Liberal CeaT-atUaJ ilia MoiMttL Iowa. Anir. 1 The Dtmo- cratlc and Liberal ltepubllcan ronvtwoaa met here to-dav o select candidates far all Buta offices, except Governor and LUatbnaoi Governor. A conference corninlttewTrt ap- noimca. ana anroea noon ina louowiur ticket i Secretary of Bute, X. A. GnUberti State Treasurer, M. J. 1'holfej iirdltQrjff. p. Casserlri AtAornev GenaraL A. G. leas. The Presidential electors at large aalFIU iienry warren, uoerai itepaoucan, u, x onxe, Jjamocrauc t no ucset oy tne conierence couimuioo wa ootn cqnvenuon. PBC8IDUT QBAHT. H Tlills Trt-t rBs. Utica, Ang.L The Preldent It itil tbe guest of Senator Conkllng. To-day tbe Pres ident aod tho Senator visited Trenton falls, going by Private carriage. Mrs. Grant, ac- compaaiea oy Airs, uonaiing ana ueuiiuaut Grant, rode with Horatio Seymour, Jr., nephew of ex-Gor. Seymour. Tbe people living to the vicinity of Trenton fall fath ered there In largo number. The President took dinner at 'the fall, returning In; tbe evening. To-night tn Informal rcccpUoi wa given at tne noose oi oenatorvonaiingi ana at a late hour tho President wu screoaoed. olrrilTin. trlth no taker. The second ward ot this city circa Merri moa 2land Caldwell 3J7, a Conservative gatn of 154. i Warsaw, Daplln county, Merrimon 18; Caldwell 113, a small ConscryaUre gain. frrlmnn rali.o IMIfl In KAlalirh. Wilumotor. N. C. Anirust 1-The first RenubUcan rata Is reported al Baque Swamp of 60 votes. Wake Forest, Wake coonty, bu a ConservaUve gun ot 1W. noiaeA town thlp. In Wayne county, give a very small Radical gain. Wilson county riree 200 ma- lrlt tup MurHmnn a f Vinacrvstlva raid. WimiKaTqir. Augosl-,1. Bot few addi tional returns have been received, but It la conceded here by nearly all tbe leading men mat jiernmoQ.nascarriou wbw. a latest, Just received from Conuord.eayt tbat twelve townahlpe lo Cabarru county give Merrimoa a gain ot 303 on tbe vote ot 1870. A few Republicans here say tbe result Is doubtful. ... Tbe Star estimate that Merrimon a major ity will bo about 5,000.. Tbo Journal estimate that It Is a little higher. rgt aalFIU lean, Al H. :et ivettoted adopud by. ha 1'obL r Republican paper, concedes ih.t urrimnit u fWuut b a small malotltr. Now Ynar. Antrnal 3. S a. U. tltrald specials from North Carolina say tbo Con grettlonal vote at GreeniboroglvB a Repub llcan vote of '41t Company Shop, Alamance county, give si conservative majority! u vidton county shows a Conservative gain of 40; Rowan county hu 450 Conservative ma inriiv a la of 1SU: MALkleuuenr coonty snow laivonagnauiv K"u w"" , w ttttararrf. Jndgo Mortotx Sixth Auditor, returned lut night from Alabama. Art I rod. Tbe United States steamer BbawmuL CanL Putter, arrived at Key Weal yesterday. Put aat OBIee The extension of Henry G. Bulkier, of Ohio, steam-healing apparatus, wu granted by tho Commissioner of Patent yesterday. Hewwetla f th Pwatle Debt. The toul decrease of the oatlonal debt front March 1, 1809, lo Angnst 1, 1873, Is 337,404,603.57. Decrease In annual Interest charge, 923,010,157. Kxtoaoloa f Bavvlea Tbo mall service hu been extended on tha OewMboroagR and SuaaelvUlo railroad from Uveruoroto Owensborough Junction, Ken tucky. Naval Order. Lleatenant Harry Knox bu been ordered to Newport R. I., for Instruction In torpedo doty; Master Charles P. Bowman ordered to the Yantle. . aArawlatmeat. , Schuyler Dnryer bu boon appointed a first class clerk In tho engineer's office, aud Oliver L. Hart a first da clerk In the Quarter muter General Office, War Department. Dtaaaloaod. Captain Henry Inman. assistant quarter- master, United State army, bu been cuh lered, od Second Lieut Thomu P. O'Reilly, Twentyecond Infantry, dismissed tbe service. Prwwiotlowo, Ac. The War Department, lu general orders No. 71, pnblUhe the promotions tn the army since April 18, 1STJ, to July 1, 1173, the ap pointment, transf ra, officers retired, and list ot "tuuelUe. la Twwb General Uartrantt, the Republican candi date for Governor In Pennsylvania, la hero oh basinet, aod called on a number ot offi cial yesterday. Ho thinks that his prospect for election are very good. 'Cwwittttvw Exanleallon. To-day the examining board ot the Treaa- nrv Department wlu conduct the competitive examination for the deputy comptrollershlp of tba currency. Them are only four appll cants, three of whom will be certified to the Secretary for bli selection. - Aran Old or. Inspector General It. 0. Mercy, U. S. A., hu been ordered to California on an inspect ing tour, Tirol Lieutenant R. D. Potts, 3d, artillery, dm been ordered to report to ue superintendent of general recruiting service at New York dty The Toiler ef General rnl De- feoie.. A Scathing Criticism of Mr. Greeley, Ex Attotaoy 0qtrsl Aktnnaa has wrltUa iMfoUowiB; able ittttrenin uaatt iwwm. foretbeeoaatry. UUUisa from theOhatta- noega Ifrrati, aad will wttl rtpty psnuali tlABTsaarnxa, Os Jalr x ttTS. t a rri ... r . iiiu t)tiim 'llBARHiBl Toars ot th 1Kb laviuaaaa to addnas tht uraat aaa tvuaonuiUD or uaatta-noiwo- tTaahla bivlalt Tonrritr at TtraaoaL. I rtToyeolaUtsfbrn ray Mu apon tb Preat. aa owned MkUrr aad. by tba tanit tost, a tape bl UaTaaBy and Mr. OroaUr. an ralotat joaraaUrt. a wrlttr of rtmarkablt powtr, bat avroraau iw s BraeUoal atatosraaasblD. rortRoaeinipi hT (-MR read ssralaat deaerat draat' 1 wflt howevor, antle a low ef tbtn Uat aar potslbty bav lBtprvito4 tool well atoaalag VntOHw (oraiod man. . Ills ebofrrtd that b eoatttApUUI the de atraettoa ef u stat aad the ertethm ef eaasltdtd dtrpotltat. TMttbarge wtma4 foar years age, aad Is ht Blppa"0r reptstwl. Not fact eaa b addaeod' la awpfoH of li Thtrt la no proof bat that b. la aoataron with all etbtr laulllcant Btpablleaaa, ooBildor SUtot a fadlspoBStbl part of ear political tysttra. Tb UuamoBdmaBtr t taeOooiUta Uoadoladredrt.lrlct 8 tat swdtaeros U Kwsra of Uongreis. Uat IhlslidooelatwCla rwat ef tiborir aad lost lorn aad it oaa-hl to efload no elUson to lad that a ttroagor power Uiaaaij voidmw iimiui nauin goarw 1 1bort r.U 1tlsaafalp and bl ballot, whta tbe StateuRaabtaov BawiutBgtode ao, lAatita Uoa la awl dtttnetlea. The fltat U wot do. strordwhR ttla dtprtrtd ef a powar to do It la 'ehartwd that he ha Advised aad enforced iopuoarixlsiUoa. TbU was dun la order W lopproaa oipopvwnai wkinmb. II fa ehargod that be la Illiberal to th Booth. AraeraBfoBddebirgawuBvtrinad. Tba HoBtbora totdlate who earrtadtrtd to bias at Vhsklbartfaoil Anrmmattoa (oflBd hln a roes eeaqfltror. If prevtotod th trlat of Loo IwowTaan." North and (toatb.snd wtieosus every slfR or attaebmoat to tb UBwlntbBoautre po pl. llat b It beaad te apboM theUevoni. ratataad extend tb law, tad caaaei forbear tbat dBty eat wf aay uadora towards a. JtrUlBlK,tbpBnlibnsBte( crtrata tbat have Itgraced tb Soathttn atai cannot be att down warritadUnisa to tb seutb. It aauttar lnewwaeo for Miaatlaa aad taoir rrtoad U stjl tboiBMlrostb Atb.n Bead nit rPoaiaaonaiwri ot anasty i bis rnati bl bardoB. I dMtrea a nd U the atrtf bttwatn IB. read his xaroeUaaauoa ef Kty a, int. eaiuag (he attoatkm of the paepl to tb Ka-Klax law, xlKBnJDgtatapOTtiwenBatar(b th looal trthaaata and Us spar bias th -stir tf exataUlag tb power eonftrrtd en bhn la Ut U w. and y will m that h u frtoadiy lam nomdaaa'lBwWlllTJBrw-lt talai tab. At thwNorta 1x7.1 rtetoy iTWikU lastat that JCiaa eenaja raavwBaoio i tki that 11, Rf taraM WUor ant l'rsldnual d atlas which iDorUn1 haa wn rotation to onrai urant "aspnnoa dioiwii nt. polBU of polttlcal eontro- vtrrr, uonorai urant pao jiro-wa oioipaii ni, wbit Ue BtRia ef Mr, urity Is bbajoot nut, fatrl oolootod tit lu naJJoaal eon nation. flrMltyewo bis innortsDoesiacaBdldau to his nomination at Baltimore: by a party wblcb he has always opposed. A lw Ronnblleent, desertlDg tb body of tbalr party for raaaost tbstar either Hlfisn, friroloBt er groundless, named hint a tholr eendldat, and th lrame cratlo prty, tedaead by what to lis morbid vis ion iMiaod a prospect of victory tbroegh tb aid ef tht reeralu, repeated tb aorotaatlon. At It att mntloon twnutns oi ois sopponara doiu oplnloai radleallydlOtrtnt from his oa all tba greet qaasUont tbat bav divided tb Aratrleta Thttaddan jeaellon ef political advtrsmrloa alwtya awakens th la.pletoa or abarraln la which ptinelpl has boon sscrifleed. This ins plcloa rosy be aojnsU whtn lbr Is a eonvarilon on ltbtr aid, crwhen a qataUon or prim nkitlinila laoa nnud thruitl AS US th In. trior qnasuoot on woko to pamoa bt ub sparatl. But without ram laebJastluoeUoa th eoalltlen daerv tb sUrtb whlb tba PttbHo ladamtnt lnaUnotlvtly amxss. In lb Nvuiian iwui vu hm ".uj i,i,.i bias root at U water leu whitte to-ti IU tBDtUiatM auoaaAKr ovr awcuonaiuoa. aadrklwdldtbaaclBt lev ftr Ah oaUonal ibulioaife root at U twathi . it n a-r fbuf Ul oaalltr avr dT and tb aauoaAl honor, la boafu that bav a MOBTtai that 11 Rl i tauii lkt M LaaOMoellod tb wbltMtvuqlrigbUr taehlasht) that 11 nnuiil aaB imlll IarUB Uroeltyssjs tbsthols astnseb aUtpubUean U tvr, ami lt BIS uamocraua rgpwrwr wro a rnnnn Dlmiwrkll Al If lr. Wa luOlC lO fSlB lor tb ovartbadowlnc qatailona which may command both lUpablleena aad Uomocrats to forgot tblr anelonterMds. Since IMS no gnat doniojtlo natation baf arlsed except th aataral equals or tboaaonwbleh tbepeopl tbtnpro MniiniwH inlrmML and a to lorolam relations. If Mr. Groaloy bat a policy materially dltlarent from that of I'rosldont uraat HbASnolDoon dlsoovertd. So th arraogemaat bywhlehnn. ebsag-td UemooraU artbroagbt tothesapporl of Mr. a realty I not cleared of tb stain which roiu noon onjasuntd eoalltlons. Not only doe Uenarat Urant eom forward undtr tht btttr ausplots, bat bt stands upon th botttr platform. Tb two platforms bav much la common. Both rooognli maaeipa Uon, nfranebUmtnt, oqasllty and tbe late fcmaadnttot to tb Oonsiltauoni both favor AbiBMty.Ui retamptlon of aped paymnt,nd lDprovmat in tb clfll strrlcaj botb condemn 1 ranoriiAiiiiB and tha fa Khar rraat or DtbUd Uads to eorporaUonsi and bom glv honor to th Union toldlart and sailors. It la graurya: to find a Dtmoerttle eonfantlon proclatmlBg loec been alkeatod. TboralrealoascbaBKt arowotTliltilobOTo, I bollort. lodood. thatteo drtrtofUoraof tabtral lMmoerau of It" bowth It towards nationality aad aqaallty, aad awar (rot tbr Mea tAarboiooa; to de(Bat j stoat. Tbla drift matt altlmauly land thtm IB UlO MpHUimn pJ iu unam nvyww" eaa party Ptoul by ttnorl Uraat Bat iai wimn inwwriu whw bib umtuiwi' oos for Mr.tlrttlty are not tbuse who ar In thla hopef at HtoU. Tops of thorn f bo to hv so j bjot btsldts Uat aeqaisltlon of etfle tVKitotireoBaKioT to inptMjri Attn adroit ttrauaan lor tl rooltf s principle stralsrema ar allowabl In wsr.bet tb are etimlnal ta tbovpoUUoser afro Bwvtrnuo&t. UarsystaartstSgn Rood fAlUibttwMnoawra IN prnilf. vtliinn w.nw vi.unaiv. UpabllcanlSBt U right 1st a bar a rsgeUr and iniubl roprtseniaUr or JHopubllcan lds. BaehUPrMtdtalUradU If Domocraeyla right than lot aa bavarK-Blrand sahable r tontaur of Dtmocrallo Meu. Such U no Mr. (jretlty, Tb most lerlou vltw of tb oleeUon Is tali: Some parts of oar Hoathtrn eonntrr bar been affltatod with lwlSBssof paeailsr vlIso and froolty,ib product ef wr, sadden pov. rty.and poluioal derangament. Thla lath waljrhtltit Vaenbaa apoa th Htmih. Itdlstarb oouty, ktep oat Mpiial and lmmlgraBt, rtn: 'dcrs th Uborlag clsa nnay,drlvts awty good clttztns, and dfroeartffta iattrpris. from known canats tbij lawlstsntw hu booom mla. glad wllh currant politics. Owing te tb action of th Oorernmtat ef lb United eilAtaa, It la now eheskodi bat It 1 not yat extirpated. Should Ursnt be re-Ield. th edtndort will eeaj te bop for ImpBBlty In Hn. aiut will bataJra themlalrat to boUor wars or to ethtr eonntrlas. Sboald arly be iMtod, thty wlU fttl that thslr aide hu triumphed, and, lath Intoxication of victory, will break eat In violence, th Atrctr Irom long restraint, no manor bow oarnaauj r. Cwadllloaor DUtllUrl. The snmber of grain dltliQerlek In opera tion on tho 81ti of. July wu 158, with ft dally capacity of 309,506 gaLkraa, and eight molasses dittUlerlee, with a dally capacity ol 11,909 gallons. The Increase In the dally capacity during July wu M31 gallons, on acconeU of tbe amendment to-the revenue law. PfULADgLPfilA. rreptratlus to BtetlfeQeftraerCarila! PniLADiLpniA, Aug. 1. At a meeting to night of tbe Democratic-Republican duo or ganuation, compoeu ot tne aissausnoa ones ot both polLtlcal partlos. a committoo wu appomtea on tho reception ot ex-Governor ('ni-lln fmm llitaatB nn Inimit II Tht tirt la Baltimore. Baltiuorb. Amr. 1 Durlnir the lira last night at the wholesale warehouse of Droat A. Jordon,870 West Baltimore street the whole sale house of HoUander & PrechteL adjoln log on the west hnd of Leonard Fasaand, adjoining on the east. -were considerably damaged by waur. Ail three are heavy wnoieaaie aeaier ia iaacj rooob, toy, ac The fire commissioner this morning esti mated the total damage to tbalr stocks at ftO.OOO, of which Droat cV Jordon probably lose JO000. Their lost hi fully covered by Insurance In home companleau.and 45.000 each In Imperial, of London, aad Interna tional, ot New York. Tbe lose of Hollander ifc Prechtel and Leonard Pasaaao are not yet approximately ascertained, but they are fully covered by Insurance In New York and home companies. Tbe building occupied by Droat & Jordon Is owned by Anguine J. Albert, and wu damaged to the extent ot 17,000; lnsurea in e noma compan . Th Tsllewstoat Xxaodltlea. Cuioaoo, August l.-A dispatch from Fort Bully, Dakota, received at Sioux city, yester day, uya the Yellowstone expedition, which waa rendezvoused at Fort Rice for tha rmr- Kwo of guarding the surveying pvty of tho orthern Pacific railroad, wai ready to march on tbe morning ot theittth of JaJy, and un doubtedly sailed at that time. The Indians are very hostile, and It Is almost certain they wilt attack the party. It Is reported that they have fired Into a herd of cattle belong ing to tbe escort; near Fort Rice, killing sev eral head of cattle, but they did not succeed In stampeding the herd. Yesterday vu the issue day tor beet at the Cheyenne agency, and many hostile Indians came In, They made a raid on a larrvfcoet at tha amnev. and tho military had to ho called out to re cover it A courier Is expected to arrive at Fort Bully lua day or two, when the latest irom tne expeaiuon wui do received. AH tans AS. Th rp Ceaati TwiilM. Littlb Rock, Ark.. Aug. L Parties from Pope count v this evcotei report that armed bands ol mUitlaare still at laige, notwith standing the Governor' command tor them to disband. Erervbodv Is now looklnr for the Governor to declare martial law, and many merchants are remyrlog their goods aaa I amnios irvm tne county. r - BatstloBt for Courtis. Detroit, August L Tbo Republicans of tho Eight? Michigan district to-day aoml naled N. B. Bradley for Congress. CrRCiKRATi. August 1. Tbe Republicans ot tha Third district nominated at Dayton to day L.JI. Guncklo for Congress, Cricaoo, August 1. The Republicans ol the Eighth Iowa dlalriU to-day nominated J. W. McDlH for Congress, Tbe Democratic and liberal Republican State Central Committees of Illinois have been In Betajon here to-day. Tho conference way strictly private. ThtVroaHtr Comb lit Ion. BkowkstiiXr. Aniruit 1 Tbe evidence taken to-dav before the frontier commUalon on depredations ImpUcates Gen. Cortina In assisting thieves lacroslngherda of stoen Deere over tun iuo uranae, leeaiug nis men on tbe meat and aelllog tbe hides for his own benefit; establishing that eighty tnlles of Ter tlle land In Texas, opposite tho camp ot the Klckapoo Indiana, are unsettled on account ot the Insecurity ot life and property from their raid, beaded by Mexicans. Th Stllit at YTmiiBuaeit Eadsd. Willi am ironr, Pa., Augnst 1. Thl city hu again resumed lu former bnslnesa-Uke appearance. A majority ot the mills are now In operation. Tbe leading strikers, Greevy, Bermlngbam. Wbltton, and Blake, have all procured ball and been set at liberty. Ball It also being tarnished for tbe other strikers wbo are la prison. A general order bu been Issued relieving all the troop on duty here and they have left for their homes. The Ceaaaclicat Ltilslallrt. New ILtVBf. Aueust 1. The Lcclslaturo to-aay passca a uui taxing tue promium note of life Insurance companies ot tha Btate one half per cent; alao, the severe license liquor bill to establish a State police wu re Jetted. Tho usury bill wu repealed, and a compulsory education hill Introduced. Tbe Uiguuature aajourns to-morrow. , MrtUrioas DlssfepttraBC ef Btitkold HUlaer. Cbicaoo, Aug. L Further developments lo reirard to the mvsterlout dltaDoearance of Berthold J. Stelner, one ot tho managers of tbe French band concerts, with a large amount of money, lead to tbe belief tbat he bu been rooDca ana inarucroa. Conservative gun; Nuh county 07 Conserva tive majorlm Northampton county 1?5 Con- iULXiou, r. t.,tei(uoa , mm . . w tarns from twenty-seven counties ludlcato positively the election of Merrimon, the con servative candidate for Governor. Blx oot of eight ContTessmen, aod sixty on Joint bal lot in the Assembly, thereby electing a con aervaUvn United Btatca Senator in place of John PooL radlcaL The Jtepublie (RP.) gtvea up the election, the only question bejng tbatoLmaJorttlea. The election wu qnltt and orderly tht ougb out the Bute. The contest Intbe Foorth dUrlcl U, u yet doubtful. Tbe chances are In favor of Rogers, ConservaUve, u also In lh Viral dfitrirt. Then Is a probability that seven Conserva tive congressmen wui oa cicct. faarUda ststcaiBkls. MnipRit, Aug. 1-Tbe .election today pauedoff qulody. It Is believed the. entire Democratlo county llukot Is elected by a re- ouoea majority. tome f th BlsUaeUv dootrlnea of U Ktpul Mil tMH( HBI IUM IB DO ID HUnUl IIM U trnaf tfldtno that tbts dootrlnss war dsrlv. fall ef a BrNga. Cairo, Aug. 1. A bridge. In course of con strncUon for tho Cairo and Vlncennea rail road, over tho Cache river, near Mound City, fell this afternoon, killing D. G allow ay and iDjuriog flvo others. Tht RlMtart. BsMblleaf Btatt Ceartatl. I St. Louis, Aug. L The Republican State convention tors tbo nomination, of a Btate ticket u called to meet In St Louis on Sep tember 4. - TBB WBATDER RtTOfiT. War DsriBTWT,l OrYtcaovTRaOBravBieBALUrrtoaa, WAiaiaaTOM. D. O- Aaa. a. la. BL.1B7S. 1 STMOrSIS rORTBB rAST TWBNTr-rOUR UOVRS Clearing weather with rising barometer nrevall In the Middle Blate: wllh fox aud southerly to westerly winds. Threatening weather with 'rain dreuaod euterly wlnda inNewCDgiaoa. iaruy ciouay wtatner oa the ffult with westerly and northwesterly winds, and Intbe south Atlantic Btatca with southwesterly wuma. nortneny wioaa ana clear weather on the upper lakes and south ward to the Oblf valley. Westerly winds lo the upper UltaUsIppi valley and westward wltb partly cloudy weather. FROBABIUTIKS. From Lake Mlchlgairto Lake Ontario and southward to the Ohio valley clear weather and northwesterly winds extending on Fri day morning eastward over the Middle and iFAitAm State. Sonthweateriv winds and clear weather in tbo Gnlf and South Atlanilo COKDKSSID TILEURAB. Th. f.afhtiattA Democratic State Convention meets at Worcester September 11. General Kllpatrlck hu nrougnt aU tor libel agalast the Bangor JaU$ Whty a Owriert placing tbe damages at fJOSm. A writ of aiuchmentwu served-yeaterday. Tbe Southern Dental Association, which hu been ta session at Richmond for three days, adjourned to meet next July In Balti more. . The Dean Academy. In Franklin, Mass., wu totally destroyed br fire Wednesday im a .mail nnrtinn of Lua farnlturo wu saved. Tbo los will amount to W0,000la- surance, 180,000. t .ard la nnhHrfhod In New York bv J, M. Mayorga, acting agent general, aay las; no ui aavisoa tao noverumcu v "" n" 11c of Cuba to remove Gen. Ryan from tbe I'ntian armv. ' lathe Barnard Impeachment trial yee terday, Senator Frank BUlr telUfled. He related tbo conversation of Barnard In the Astor house bar-room, when he aald he had drLvea ooe set of scouadrela out ot New York, ana wouia anve out anotur. Th m UMleAn Minister to this Gov ernment on. Wednesday stated In an Inter Ihll IMinHW UKIlUn rfTiuirni. 1JUIKUU. will be Bkely to pacify that country. Dies and Negrete arc always making trouble. They are not likely to be hurt much under tno new aamuuauauuii. aud nuvuva -Hon of amity and good feeling am to bo maiotaiuea towtra tne uonojawi. "DutchM Helnrlcb, confined at Slog Sing under sentence for bond robbery In New York, made a desperate attempt to escape on Wednesday. Seizing a horse In the prison yard, ho mounted him and galloped awar. Ho guards fired several shot, killing the horse. Leaping from the horse, he continued on foot lie was finally overtaken and re captured. " A Brownsville, Texu, dlspatt.li says that tho cause of tbo continued Indian depreda tions, u developed by tbo evtdeneo before the Imnrlran mm nil a Inn Ihin-a 1 owtnff to thO fact tbat tho Klckapoo Indians, who colo- nixea ia juoxico oaring tun war tu arum wu arintinn. mabn ua of the Mexican territory u a refuge, lhy now claiming to be citizens of tbat country, These Klckapoos were dis suaded from returning to their own territory h (hM fATlfan nfrliAra. and tha United Btate will be advised by the commissioners to insist on tneir return to weir resetvauuu iu & Tka A I ah ana flfalana. Tbe Bute Department hu now ready, la pamphlet form, the. correspondence of Secre tary run, uinister BcnentK ana Mr. tavu concerning the understanding between the British ami American Governments In re gard to tho Indirect Oalma. Too correspond ence opens wllh the telegram otOen. Bchcnck reporting the excitement over the publication ot the American caso and tho consternation of the Ministry, and terminate with the dis patch ot Mr. Davis, on tbe &7lh ot Jane last announcing that the British argument. bad been filed, u required by the treaty, and the application for an adjournment withdrawn, anil that thn arliltrALum wu ProceedlM IB due course. Nothing further ta to be pub lished, according to present Intention, till tbo tribunal hu ended It labors, when the mall renorta of It dAllv section will be clven to tne puuuc, wtut sucu rewrvauuua ao bio v- quirca irom um oonaaenuai nature u ium Sarts of these report. Bo far the results ob Llned in respect to direct claims have been very sausiaciory to to American amo tu 5!l terday called Lo 11,300,000 o the S per cent temporary loan certificates, the latere! oa which will cease oa the 30th of September , Of the amount called la the $5,000 ones are numbered from 8,UoO to 4,153, inclusive, and toe 010,000 oae irom',TO to a,! inclu sive. 6rvlaTB. Supervisors Dutcher and Tuttoo were here yesterday on busmeu connected with their new districts. Supervisor Tutlon win ao, W able to assume cnarge ot tbe District of Co lumbia until about tbo 10th Inst, when Bu pervtsox Pretbrey will turn over bis office, aad papers pertaining' to tho dlsulct Tbe ten aupvrriBura juaa Biianuwiu wui iwvvkw mioii designations In a few days. Their commis sions cannot be issued until they are con firmed by the Senate. Mf. D. G. Lobdcll. tbe veteran special agent otthoTreuury Department, has Just arrived from tho Paclfle cout where he hu been actively engaged since November lut In introducing a more em elect system ot ac countability into the customs revenue service. ill work wm at all Jbe ports along the Pa cific 'coast George 8. FUo, of the First Comptroller's office, has also returned, aod expect to dispose ot tbo work accumulated aurug nu aoaeme in aoout ten nays. erdatFhUdlpblawlthgTaur slnoarUyaad hPtlaia than at 11 Main n All Ot UaltlmOr. And If they are toned (u botb prtla now eon. ed tbem to b)tby ought to booommllted for oraatleal nrorcmnt to ta most eaoaia ana TBH class of Utr rapporwr. ;- Lot Us now HAmln torn of the points In ,wbiea tee plotiormsaiuor. a no urooiarptof form iBJlsts that "bo Pruldat shall b a ean dldaM for r-letkMi." Tbl notion It no auaairtr In oar poiiuoal djaasslons. It Tus boon lavorod br CUr, lUrrlsoa and Boehaaaa. Hal lb poPM have avtr approved It. lor th.am anolBfftBArOBf tha ftorornmaai U0 MrtodwhieaoBrmuTatortr arefond wCatyUBC Hb hwawrdaro ef taw Uowabllo,' -n Prooi- daatwuaeraidauloTrMiMUaa. TBautaw Oltovt lut ta -wwo-voTTW" raaw waw hiiw - bora la aatnonty oyiaa naraa oi twaaauog- ABPafkloBBBt. J. F. BUIard, J. II. Falconer and Thomu T. Pago are appointed first-daw clerks In tho contract ode ot tho Pott Offlcepepartment. J. 1L Madden. O. N. RUe'r and Joseph Bar- ronghlro: promoted irom first to sccondi class clerks laexmract offiae. Post Office De partment, tv. v. oaiMOt jaiQi iu a. ret more, of Newt York i John C. CoughUn, of Maryland. Albert L. BmUh New York; J. E. Clokey, DlatrictOt Columbla.andMrs. Mary A. K. Gray, Massachusetts, are appointed tlrst-ctau clerks in tho Blxth Auditor s office. eJaalbarwOalaae Camaslaalea. BlhceUhe publication ot the act ot May 11, 1873, which require 019 testimony In sup port ot all claims exceeding 910,000 la amount to be taken orally before the oommla ilort, 'many Ualmantswho have claims already on file above the limited sum nave expressed a desire to reduce their accounts, to avoid the expense and trouble of producing their witnesses before the commissioner at Wuh logton. In such oases tho commissioner hold that the- reduction mutt be effected by means of an amended account ot Items, ac companied by an express renunciation oi tno excess of 10,000 In tbo original aworn ac count to bo only tlgned and verified by the claimants before they can be Justified, under ih law. In Dermlttlnir tha tcslimonv to be ZTZ : . . .V.'T--. " "..u..ni.A lARCUuy apeuaicuuiuiiMiuauuvaiaaui iaou- ingH-a. , Th Pablle Debt. The statement ot the public debt for the month ot July, Issued from the Treasury De partment yesterday, shows totals u follows: nh - -- him ujIil BoBdaalSpoveoat. . SlJTt.ftVlju M Boaaaaitpofooat. aiaoi.iuo vu ten, Job Adams, Jtnoraoa, Uadlsbtt, Jttoaroa, i. u. Adama. Jaflhaon. Van liar n and Ul min Tha araVmant for the rale la tBAt It WlU withdraw front a Prtsldtnt U taa-ptaUoa to abuse his offloul powtr for the porpoo of pro- inatlnir Ma ra-OlacUoiL. Tb IMOV and COB- elaslv answvr la tbat th best wary l sw ear a re-altctsoa U t adntlntsur th Oew enuntat wtll durtag th first una. , Units thl le generally tme, the Bnt priaatple of ear lostllntlons that tb peopl ar At te ebeot If th peopl eannut be safety petmltted to re-let alresldant wbo pica thatn afur trial, Uy ar not fit to makaaehole roraasngl Urtn. If tba Presldaner Is ao eompUns; that expats- in tea erne is an oojoouoa to a can dtdAU for It no good man shoaid ever uk it. Tk.. It aiuHilA k. nnnatdaroil that A Praildent wbeweaud ate bas nana to reJiuet bintMir WOlUa WOO ifaao biwiu " 'ia.- T tor. MtamitcniaiwBionupproouou ta-alKtblUtv would not be prevented by tho limitation lo on term AisuUUr etlaet no Prealdaat baa ever proenred a rw-tloeuou by i eorrapt maani and It sisms Idl to tl tb band wf the peopl u a precaauos aguasi an evu kal K.i klU.HnhUB tvBBrlaarT. vk i.....iB nt tli. fHni.niif Mr. flraalaa'l tll.lH.UIHt VI m. .. - - TtlAtrnrm u ttartialarlv oxorelsoxl la thsoonv w t ..ir..A..l l(h Imnartlal OBT. frar, wUl rnard tb tlajbta ef alt etiUtat more toourtly than any cantrallied powtr. Tb poo- pit aad IB pablio wuar reqair ta loprama- ey oi ta etvu evr too nuuiarj ouvoucit, frdom of ptrsoa andcr th protcoUoooi th ht. ..! nnrfnKt IrflttnAmA ttt rarrv tA Hontfa- n.ri.aAM.iiih. iitaa that tho f lanoral Oot. mmtnt thonld not aodtrUk to proUet tb elUStn, DUI IbOWiS ItoVO vcaa ai ,oum w lb Stat. This mtBing,bowtvar,l not m tendodto be exprssd o xplleltly-as toau Innt attBBIlAn anil MBfllra at the North. With U SontbarR mtanlag, Ibis pAragrapBi cuUia ledlreci alar anon tb UoatutaUoavf Uunl- tea otAiei. in loanooaui loiwansi elans a nelloul cltliensblpwltli privlltgu and ImmaahM, lajt restraints oa tb Bttl,nd mpDwrsUoDgrss to earoroo tbat etUseasblp ana tbot rtsiralnta. Tb aatertloa tbat tb Statu will bolter tecttr th xlgbU ef thteltl. ttatnaa tneutntrai utTimnwoni " Uen that tbo profWon or taat araoBdmoot arusalandlmpropr. Yt aoolhtrRArtef th platform rwognltat th amoBdmoat uValld t There la room hr for som ef tb tndlgnaUoa walab ta lonntt umos air. urooior -w two-iaoau ptauuiuu. . uu axpraaa EAUit J.1ir 1Kb urinal IMI years is that tb peopl have cone to Insist an isalt of the serious pollUot ef tb lost twiv tl tb peopl OATW Wni IMl "" :h from tn politicians, and tha poll . tV4tjfl il fa Xaual Mm. iBdabaodBaaoAtlDoroL I Nsvr poaaloo road, at par ooat....... it uinuo w OorUfioaUsatapoi aooi. P.tSU.uoO m Vail JkaW-at tlarUBaaAaa of ladabAM Nsvr poaaloo load, at I par ooat. loov asTtoooi llUUOUOl r.TCTr "-.. --- . ..uafcr nl.lHl iiciAnsnavBBraujiaBiow i-- i A rotura to lb dishonest ambfguoain ef forroar Unua woaU b unwertbyor Mr.Oiea Ur. and It la to hla honor tbat la this instance h spares tb trick of his frUnd. 11 relates lo tot that pAiKrph, aoandtl, staQdt a an BXpoaiuowwi wo fiow a. IB BM lttr Ol aoooptawoo no iovia prfrBoofMloclsUBvrumeoivioioniri. I'sUon" la "sabjcl to our aoUmn eonitltattonal obligation te msiniAia tn equai rigau vi b biu tu." Tblaamandmaai eompUuU evtrralys tb neanlna; r th original lot, Th manly Impnlt wUok prompudtbll doclaratloa nKht wan BSToearrtou aim amus imuni "T.'T Inuaoed blm to affirm. In perfect harmony with tralh aad wllh bl own past utitrane, that Cong-ran In pasting aad lbePrsWnt Uta. eaUng lawt to maleltin th qual rights of a I elUstat bav only performed "a solemn eonjU tutloBAl obllraUoo?1 that la tb Bforoomonl ef thai lawt th military baa only bean nted aa an ...i.i.ri n iha Mvtl twiwar. aad whom tb 1AWS lhmielves xprsl j autborl lit and that th I. -l.akZ-. ...anrfm.-f Al InlKI S-Aoocaf corwaa tuavi-a ui. - -- eui provwta dj iw, aou wmn, m "- rtxhts of dUstns coftid be malatalBtd In bo Har li ia llDgular spoeUclo. The .part of th4 platlenn most aoeeptablt to Soathtra Dtmo- rats la tb part tbU dlsowata py nir. u rosier, and thm la certainly hot a eommon pnnclpi. is n a eommon spimi ineiuvni Oabl aa whlob tatortat has eoasad u aiBoAatariur. ,, awjiaas Btpabilraa BtatlutUa ff OsvtrasrU Kith I BAB. LarbIMO, Mien., Aug. 1-Th Repabltcan I Bute. Partly cloady weather In the north- ntaw Lionvenuoa yesteraay noruinmca tfODO I f0 BUl "i" "fri' iwmvi "iw " q. Bsuley for GoTeraor, ' uZ taromcier oa Friday, -8ffl8 IUroaa....,M.. r ToUldabtBriaalpUsBdhoioroat... fkuX la (As raoiurir. ,fl.TTXtlSTU0l Lm.4M.fta ex DobL la eb lafrouarj, Augnsl t Di'VaMoaAb'Va',r'raiarr"'jDlr,V, W ...ui t Dooraaa J M dorta aaat Baoath BRW.BWH Doraaa4etdhtBlBUarihI.iaTL. $tl.WMl H Paoroaaa of dabt from Mtrah t, WO, W Ytt many of thtm support hint. Th cohesive powtr which unites him an lie thy xpcthl Ii.ini.. a. (hafva tn nil. In MMAr IBOatUl Now turn to th sJuclt on this sabjKt la tb Philadelphia platTornu .. . "W hold that OongrH and tn i-residtnt har only fulfliiod an fmpSrallf duly la tbtlr soBAOl organisation ui oertala lately rebUlon rtKlons, and for the protection of tb baMoy box, and uartfortbayar eaUtud toth thanks Tbls Is Dlalo speaking: and true ipeaklnx. . It tara lb sam oenatfuotioa everjhtr. it is tb wy mat nr. oroetoy spoao a iaw " ago. I DHd not hr t Indicate tb musurts Uat oommtndod. No UtlUfnt person now q-MsUoasUthenlbletaeu tlltk. nud thsai nosisary. Lgal lntasllgaUoo. MS already broughtto light noogh of tbot facts to shock (""WW .-.. .-- - Han 1, 1D74... caged, and it u thought that tba tribuoal 111 exercise tha riirht bestowed bv the treaty ot Wuhlngton ana make an afrara, In grot, upon ail tho approved claims, thus finishing up the enure caw and avoiding tbe auppio mentary agency ot a board of assoaaor to settle the pecuniary, damages. Estimates of the amount ot Indemnity to be paid by Eng land placer It at abont twclvo mlllionsi and It Is probable that provision will bo roado dnr lng the next session ot Congress for auditing and settling tho Individual claims ot the various classes of saflorrrs from tbo tlcyrcua tluua of tbo rebel vxubvri". Tha atatement ot bonds Issued to the Pa- clfio railway companies. Interest payable lu lawful money, shows totals u follows! Prin cipal outstanding. fM,fti3,ol2: interest ac crued and not yvi paid, fJil,li7.&6; Interest paid by tbe United states, lo,o7Ulo79 oi; in terest repaid' by transportation of malls, United StatA, I la,rI207.bl. It wu Rachel who said to her itout Bister, seeing her dressed for the part of a sbep herdvBt, "Sarah, voulook llko a shepherd?" Uial bw Jueldlovw w ber fiw-k rraeuoneiioawnoionuiBwor. " r. ;i,.i ninutuol tb.S..tb. If.MMr.Orel,r. rri.ndiuT M.o,.nilow.roo miBiuiuitj. ?hnhffad ulidtslrableio kp thpoi. trnSStawbUilonnrin th hands that Eaf. "gZ$taS& admlnlstraUoa Ih. BBbtMdsbi bta bardued. taxation baa bon raducod, xpndiuir bu bun reduced, tb lorrsney has ba Improved, a forolyj pntl-y neither ArregSDi nor paslllaalmous, baa bttn puriaod, an IndUB polfcj ru bon wmmtoojd whlea reqalres tb maxims of UhrlsUanlty, tba UuofUtauoo huba atandd to toear th ballot to eolord men. and th power of tha Na ia..i iiA..nim.nt hu rtaan axortta Wltb a good tnaasur ot suoctil for tbe protection of Its rltUent agalmt the organlied savagery ot the Vn.UlatVlin ikn ..Mr.i nt rtanafl(anea aniwars without , further iiatementuiuiivf tbe aceueatwns that tivaaiao Mlht araPt hlmsalf ttfiannrois tbam. It would be long bror b could put Ibarawhtr Oram bu thtm now. Tb tpoodleit way ta glr permanent traoqullllty to th boutb is to I aiaci uod. uraih. Y"7",p,eUOU"-Ao.T.A... -r - ' poimctt xoin. Mis Matiida rx-rrcHER bss taken b stump for Uta. Qrant la Ntbraska, Tb Cincinnati 0t( ys QrUy is loatag ground tvtry day la Ohio. TaBrorllaad Orrrfa says Uat not on half tht iMmoermlld voters of Oregon will veto lor amity. TbskkeriagpoUtlcUns will support hlfh, bat tb grta mass ef the yettr- will not Obb, two, backlo ray she, What does Horse Orteloy do f II soils out bis fritnds, "To anve hi tods, Aad waaU tbeai an te thlak htm Iras' r Diftivx Is en Om track ef another gnat jjuaa-t lBHMtTfwMlM it, Bweaoie tbayaaybols going for Crrtty,H And when. over BarBaait a humbug b goaerslly Mgos for it" Tb Boston Jearatf says 1 " Th friends of JadgBiehaidton,ol Cambrtdg,propoatoai all konorabl mtaat to bring blm forward u th yupmbUeaa eaadVUt for Oongrtss from th new district They nrgo his claims upon th gronad of boaorabl atrrlo and thorough knewlodge of US workings of th government" Tn Bmub uimw uisi r ohhi an article expvettlag Its gratltad to Otatral Grant at followai MrTlth these facU bfor as, all will admit that Guri Qraat Is atltlod,evnIf net accord lg to th eplnloa of tome, to tb roUs, at least to th gratltad and rwpsctor th Jtwuh Amerlcaa clifie&A." Kaa. llABRrar BaacBsa Srewa Is aplala. tpokan woman. A gentltmaa th other day, at Saratoga, ealled hr out oa Oraelty. Sh r apondad by ujlng th "eonsldsrod Oreeley aew a bas, dlabonut trickling, trading; politician.' Most of tbe atnilbl portion of th fcal com maalty rot wlU Mrs. Stew. Gbbilxt chattered so Ilk aa old magpl at ChAppaqaa that his keepers eoncladed to atop tb usual Btturdsy wood-chopplag,to keep tb eld gentleataa from slopping over aad disgracing hlmsalf and th prty, 11 Is bow safely caged and not pwrmltted to to any InqalslUr later viewers, Th keepers will bavagod tint la kaeelng blm maul!. Taa Uon. William Slrwtll, a dlttlogalihd and lnflaontul Democrat of Armstrong eonaty, Ftaniylvanla, wu recently aomlaaled by the Democrats of bis county for Gongnis, subject to tb dMlstOB of th eonfereos to whom th t. lection of a eaadldat altlmauly falls. Otn. SlrwelLbAS pabfUhed a aard, hwtrr, ta which b dollns th BomlnaUoo,aad also faaaoanea tbat be la tends to lapport Qtn, a rant for Pres ident and vot th entire Stat and county vw pubuoan Uckt Ifos.aagRSB M.STSARa,la addrsialng a Orealoy and Brown meeting, said bt had net a word to uy agalast atneral Grant Ittclalmad him u a part of his tahsrltano, at a part of bta share lath history of tbls oouatrri Uraat waa th eeatral figure la th crowning; retails ef tha warot tb rtbtllioa. aad h ramtmbtred iiat tbvfiAg Just throws UthebrMs wu glorified by his record, that his nam had mad each stripe brigbtsr, & star to taia with a mor ellvtry Ittstx. Tax uuoomn Z4itug rtutcBtiaoi. dent which xptalas lb war Schurshu mad apoa Uraat IhuaadlaUly afur Schurs cam toWuhlngVoau Btnatorne appeared at lb fffblt lloaso to procure efflee fr his friends. Ills first rqust wu that th effleo of eoosol at L70U ahottld be given to a Mr. Uadennaa, who bad aided bis election. The President constated to max the ehaage, and stat lalbenomlna. tion. In th uaalkae Scbarx's friends told blm tbat tb nam. Of Uiterhaus wss worth mor ttf bin than thag of Uadrraaa, Thereupon Schurs wttud apoa tha PriaUmt and deiirtd tbat IJadarfaau't bbm should-b rtealled. Tb nonilnatloa had alroady gdne to tb coun try, and thPrAUfttRlsrtthdrawalwoBld b an uajatt re0cUo ort Mr. Undennaa. Schurs persulad, and flaaUy aasarUd tbat Mr. Undsrmaa would not make a proper repra- mdUUv of tho Oevernment After realndlr blm that th nemlnatkm had bsa nud on hla own recommendation tb President Indignant at th Banator'spwtittnc,taM ntwouii re call th nomination, but'tbat a could aot eoa NBtla tb fulur,t0'DaBsdr tbtStnator' reomuodatlons uewxcluslrelf tbsywtro to be aubjtet to raob caprro and vacillation. This Is tha deliberate iiAtement of a prominent Utr man paper U PL Louis, where all tho parties ar well known, and th story, 11 uotrue, would b promptly refoUd. It otters a sufficient rea son for the bltWrntta of Boba'rs's aalmoslly to OrutaadthootaaoaTof blsbaatlessaad aia Ueious etueks. MIDDLaTOTTK nXALHO UPBISGR. WAaHXaOTOTI, TJ d, Aail 1, 173. Editor National Hrtvblican i 1 have lately returned from a brief visit to a piawa which, 1 think ought to be mora generally known. I allude to the Mid die town Healing Springs, situated In Holland county, Vermont. The springs are most beautifully situated, and am tcropuloufily eared for, while their medicinal quaUtlea are wonderful. Tbe hotel, which Is new, completely and handsomely furnished, 1 kept by Mr. E, Klckcorda, wnoiutwintor Kept tneuuniu ton house, corner of K and Foorlwath streets In this city Mr. Rlckcords u a kind and courteous gentleman, and thoroughly understands how to " keep ft hotel." Tbe DrooKs aoouna in trout ana tne ariveo are superb, surpassing, I think, the woc-n and concrete paenienia ot our clly. This charming retreat Ueuyol access, aud leas than twenty-lour hour' travel from Washington. The Tate charged for board are very reasonable, and guest are at anco medo to f oel perfectly at home. Thoso of our cltlxena who desire to escape tbe sultry days of August and will make a trip to the delicious retreat ot which I speak, 1 1 confidently bclletc will heartily thank vou (or Uiis nvUie R.