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r '1 'A VOL. XIII. WASHINGTON CITY. D. 0.. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1873. NO. 232. mdll 0 ) i I "BSniiiiSf li CP U UllCdll. AUCTION SALES. tare Hays. Y L AT I. UK 11 de (LEAKY, Sonl ulhwaat corner Pennsylvania ave. sud Eleventh uwifOur tuio Miuiiuua. pvi.u I'll X, 4 r ADO tfnchfN. A front of tha On TlfittfnXv tv O'clock, we shall sell, in GfeMT Bud Kif Jt.laeU.r Nl III Lotlhaeefrj fa hH uu north D etreet, between 1" belrreU eaat, wltb in average der fet- Lot 6 1 as a front ot 61 feel dm Lotl hut front of spuria lepta f about M Terraei One third rMnireaidtie In ait and Iwelv-i nuuiuii who iDwrrn mini gif oi sate AWerred pertuen'S to b o.iired by deed of trust All eon. veyBDcinvatcoalof parch vera; ttoon each lot at lima of mi. LATIUER ULF.ARY, . ault-d Aac t lon-e r. HouttawMt VALVAR! ft IMPROVED rROPERTT AWD THR Ky-A,4rAt,1r,AWY uol!" " lu WEDNESDAY ArcfchfrOON.Anrnst ir.ats o'olock, we will sell, in front of th nrennae-', aabdt. viatouof Lollt1naiuerNa. 7. This property I Improved by a tw.etn y Brick Dwelling tail Htorf, with heck build in: Bakery, wldi auirl r oveoej Klbm. B0m btnr No. A 0 atre , bttwnn Beeotxf i4 uutlt. To present ownrr ldoln4etplei Id bualneae and anlla only becauae bale compelled to leave for Lurpe, lb poo I will, rout, Ac, Will beeoid w.tbt the property, ofteriuir rare op porta alt r to parties dr-uno to enter atonoetntoe wll-MtAblialiad and nartn IrnainM. TtrmttUnt third cash; balance In It, twelve r trnrt bearing Interest from day of Bel. Con. Vayanolag t co-t of turobtaort9lMtttlmofBii, .. .. .LATIMEIl ULEAttY, Auctioneers. BY MJTTHKLL A IllINM.NUTO.N, An. oira, lf Lrtalalaoa aTrnns. - iioiwvaa jiiautnd iMUiUMUnoruwHt. TtnsTi' rii.k nrTir.itrtf.iE ivmnvrn vfuTTlcl anueiuutkkVxu 24UUIU. ll7s.aod rfcordMio IJbrTiw,foitolu,ooorib land raoorda of Waabliwtou oonatr. It tba Ulatrlcl cT Colombia, 1 will aU la fmut of tba pramlaca, OH TUKHUAT. Aaa-oat in. 171, at o'clock p. m.. I tba bbrbeat bldUr, all tbl plao orparcvl of around an I praroiaoa known on tba yroand plat or Mia of HaablrurtoncltjraaLotlMUiretl 0. Id A. it flbapbard a aabdlvlalon f onrlnal lot ait. la atpiara ona nnndrad an 1 a ity-nln, lonatbar wllb tba 1m prvamaula tbrrwn. . rarnm onabalf caah,bUne la alt todtwelra nintba, with tan er wlU loUrMt, aenr4 br awa oi trua on a of truat on tba propertr. tiunvaraboiOir at ooai of Mirrbaaar. , iHtad wnriwitbtn Ua ricfct to reall at LVtJtULLL h DUNMlNdTUN, Aucuouaara. I.ltTTHkfJ. k lt)NNINlTOf . ttitf3dfcdi Auctiooeara. aaabouraodi'lara. 1I iiKftr. 4 wuiinun, -irnaice, LurrUaUXkUUMMINaTON, A nr Honiara. 9athaiteofoar2IlaUi and DauaoUnortnwaat, USTXE'H BALE OF VALOABLK IMPROTED it or valuauli: I O OULUMH1A f II ANU tHNfllBTj t?8 :t. i'n UHV FKt44KtllUlUi:DH'lCLUMa Ma, mm 1IALL.UA1.0. ii u MBf Tlrtaeof a d(d of Irnil baarln data nurr I, A. It xT3.d1 duir tvoordad to LiiMr No. liH. folio 4Urt aq,ouaof tba land raoorda far tba liatrkltf Ooluo.bla.aud at tba raiiuMtof tbatiartr aarnrtd tbrrabr, I will aalllo front of tba prtnlaaa.to too btirbeat bidder, on FKlDAT.JoW ,A.1 1RT3, at J o'clock, n to., all toa i oeriala plcea, parcel or lot of around altnata and Ifliur Intbacitruf Ua'bliutoii.loaald VIb trlct,and Doing known and daacrlbett aa lot Bum barad IU.1Q Dajld I Horrtaon and ctbera aab dlrtaicn of part of qnar nam bored HO, arcordlnar to a pUttberaof.dnfjr rroordad on Julr lUTI, lu tba aqrTarora orooa of aald Ulatrict In aiibdlvlalon book1' U ji O N Mo. I, folio e, tovaUier wltb. tba ua proTtmanra tbaraon. TbU Btop-nr will ba Bold tnbect to prior dad of Irual datad IhJtubar tl.ltTl.Klran to Mrnrt (Mia, iai ttU tft Taartr insUllntfuU of on to five raara. wllb !( lr cam. lnlaraat from Octobar Tirma nf aal I Ooa thoqiand dollara rub.(of wtucn 1U muat ba paid down oq dr of aala;) bal aaoa lnainaJ tajruenU atala andtwalva tuiKitua 9a a 7 of aaia. who inureai, o wqicn iq notea at tha mii ina purcnaavr will va men, n ttm irebawr will ba taken, to aaaonraduntba iMiMrir anld tA t ina aaTi"iacuoi lie aatwf action of tba trualea. reoordlua at tmrrhaear'a coal. nreTanaina nd reooi pQrrnaaari lolled wltb ft ih iiirmi nl aila ira imtAnmni tail with luala J". leruiaoi ! i Jir aflaaaala. tha trill tea reaerrra the riirtl an 4arafaraala.tbe truateereaerrraUie rat aii lbs proparty at tba tiak and coal of daf aulUo """"' " WV r.HOLTZMAN.Tmatee. DDHaiKaON, iH)WUNit k uu, jylld Aoctiutieert, trxap above .8ALBI4 roiTrarji, at rMUMt ofi partlae In lntert-at.uutd 1 UEiiiAY, July - 'W to"v?a! HOLTZM IN, Tn. DUNOASBOS,lHiWLlU tHJ., Jyl4-d AocUooaara. WU P.iim.1ZAK,Tma AuyUoutfrt. a nariuaT IlUea ivnimrir wiiq ion innii" ui ), tba propenr will ba rrao d. on HA1 UllUAY, AUxuat , Bl a O" Vie a p. Ul , iu vniniuun i iiii.ubi anIUfcds taT-TnE. Aucttonrara. AHOVE HALE WU r. HOLTZMIN, Traatea, DUS0AN3ON, DUnUNU at CU. AnctlonMra ltvmtNriKrfiv. nnwrtNn As tin. J AactlODarB,aoatbtat corner of Nlolaacd D airoeia noruiwmt. VTALKOT C"AMBEIt flmTE?. BrP AND H 0. FAHlAJll SUlTk-d, MIUKUlf. WAlUHlOUEll. HTOVKH.k J . ks , btuw tba coetenta of Uuliae No. luufl r etreet northwest , at anctlon ON rUUKHUAY M0UIM1. AUllUHrS",. eomraaneti.aBl io clock, we ul aell all tba Fur niture. aTO-t ouuiainvu iu nw. iimi um iiudu it. Bftd comprlaeei in irt ll O HOtA. cnAiiw enl HQCKE1TK, JttP PAKLOtt bUlTH, U T fADLtii. WALNUT CUAU11EA BUlTa. U. T. HAT WAtNUT yABpnpBKj rnxTinr. seth. K jti-umi ipiirrttt HattlOlllKU MArrREABES.DEDDlNa, a'!." ! lOrnnbH. i, MllMtgilfl, u! SiOkH-kx .TABLW Mlltllui bUUHHEl tf! I'IjI COOK and OfflEB 'A nnrwcEit' a4p.. a ,t aim ti Jke. vtta naateroua other arUclee muMUi logHkeolilnv tfMiaa fn Hint, Inmilp nn the TiramliM DOMOArtON. DOWLlWl. k CO tOffM ltr AuoUoni BU aVafi It dH n i iImuI nf (rnL dilhl tha 14th day of Aturuat, !. Bud renorded In Llbr? Iwt, OltO PI, (UMUUf 01 iui iiuu rruuiu, mi iiaau Iah miiiiIv n (1 . and hr diriarttliiti of Ilia uarLV aeraxed thereby, I wllloffer for ale, by public an iloq. on tb r-einlaeB. at a o'clock j. ni., rfq 1 llOliii DAYttbaytbday of Auxoat, liTi, all of Lot No I, BH rDHn imp'tiu u v,, v i,ibh,vivh, r. tai Tarnu of aalatOna Ihouaand dollars eaabj tba balaaoa by note, at ais luontba, secured by ded of truetoo iam proerty, Conreyancluir, ke , t tba ooatof taa purcbaaar. rlftr doilaraBltlniaof aaia. Br. nifMiiaajMIIN. IlltWI.lNiJ Ac I ll .aotloaaara, Ooruar of Muita and V aireeta Cigruiwaak TUUBTEE'S BALE OE VALIIABLK milLDIWO Tm UEJ.AWAHE AI'KSUfcKUU TUU AS in un uwnu oiriTou ALM, VALUABLE tlOTFL PitOr-ltnTYON THE Con. AX Auuriun. Br virtue of a i a dead of truat toUiaundrr4la-ned, dated paceraber W. A D iHM.aud duly rroutded lMoatnber , A,DM1I,id Uber No. 6wi. folu 41m. cata of tba land raoorda tor H aablntan couui, iu taa Dlatrlot of Oulunibia, and at tba uuet of tba nrJt?iW"!??.V,..V.)!!,":nnMnn- ennemnDAT. tba Ktb day tf aaitember, A. D. 173, at M o'clock P. nt ) la (rout of tb tirvmlMia, all that paroal of Uud aud i-rrtulare, at ubImI In tba city of WasbltMrton, In toe Diatrlct of Loluiabla, Un ..r Aaa.iriha1 iinAntlii ila t and Dlan there- ofaa and balna loie numbered !! la n,(l.aeve; Bl,llT,BuaiB-uvwj, i H'"""J7,T."i"" ."? J Uauadaai a wilt aell at public auction, on THURSDAY, i wilt eell tttaa: o'clock p. m, In front of the rremUta. all that par oat of land aud i rMUitaea.altuated in tlie ulty of (Tell Waahlna-ton, In the Diatriot uf Coumbu, huowu nbed vpun tueplat aud pUntuereof aa and iMin an thuae iiatta ur luia uuuitaroi Bine- aud bell Un. (la.) twenty. (3l) aud tweoty-oue. (II,) lu aqnarauunAvaretiiureauuuorruauuBeveiiij-aevvu. (AT.) in the cit7of Waeuliitrtoii, in the lhatrirlof Columbia aforpeald. IuoU1h1 within Hie fol oiur meiei aud boundi, vlai JuiytunU'K at tha nurtlixaal owner of aald atiuare. aud ruuuiuir tbeuce on r atraet nortbj weal nity-two (U feet eurbif b Ineher, tbenoe aoutb eUbty all (U let, tbeuoe went ality. ntna iN) feel alt (4tucbee,tbeuceBouih thirty (a ) feat.thenoe cart tuNluih etreet weft, aud Uieno north alouir aald NuiUi etreet lotbaWirluulDif; to Irether wltu aU tbe Iruproveinenta. rurUu, i rlvUttfea and appurteuancca to all vt tba aaUl piiuWa be iorliLi or lu euywUeepiwrtaiuliur.be.uir known aandVP'HL Cloud Hotel." eurwr of'NJniu ant F ?."".' .....it,.a.i lii I ha a alit dlr of Uaanliiwijin. AUoT tbe forra-oliirf deetf il-ed 1 roperly belutf tha TaniV Property wb-cU waaoouverBd by a cerUlu dd of bartitlOB Ultra tiM l"lafd,VJFjb- i leu, and du y recwnled la liber JN.O.T. No, en. fuuo MT, "f Ibaand recor.N for iba county of WBab n ftou. lu tbe at orWd Dhtrlct, Wttetber v. 1th aU Aha iiapruvemeuU. rbrtte, prlvUeea and appti r. tVuVucaa to all or tba aald i raiubwa GeluOaiUtf ur lu 7.Tm.ro.rttbllraUi!..Ul balance la on. and two. raara' notee. bearlaif tutereat al ten per cetiL per nuum, audeecured by de-d of truat upn Ibe oreuiiKB.ur all caau. If tua purcbaaar or purobaacra prefer k deioeit of tw wlU be reiulred u on aaeb M In square fUfi, aa bouu aa knocked mi; alio ftdapoeltof f'juuuwiu be rwiiuTod upon the bolN r ".:.- ..iii.h tm aa jam lnu.ril iilf. All oonveywolUr-,Aa.Bl Uiaooal of tb purcuaaeror rraronaaera IT tha tariua of a ale are nut ooini llrd with wlibinieo ori Jwr lb" thatruauea raaerva tba rwbt to reeell tb proierty at the rlek ind ooatoi ftavii;'ui;KrKj,,urei'MW' DDNUAJIaHJJMtaAUttiaeiU UU , mllHItTbkit Aaotioneari. AUCTION SALES. Fatara Dart. B. YI.VTTHEM, tiUNNINtlTON, TRnSTEE'A RAT-K fir VALUADLEIMPROVBD IiKAf. L4Tt1 kHI VirrilTiTiiV.Vf. jiktw f-5ii7AAAfsrit u a a huh nr,ii"ii hviiun AVENtlR0UrHhAHf.L'ON-lrNQUJr 1 w iwo fiI1rvlrtueneddor trust, dited .January is, A D.imi, and duly recorded In Liber No, crMlolil,of the lend recorde for Weabtn- Ion, tnthaDlatrictof Columbia, and at rqut of 1. ia umrt No. BJB. ftnil daarrlbNl wipthiHr u(iiiiiii irnerof Beljlot.(7t.)and running theucouih aloof lb Ho of Kiiih atrat thirtr nina f fMt, tbiw dna wmi fl'tr-alii ia; in( II ids v; lurpia, luvurf uurm in una MiltnUiallaadtvtdimt louMn II and Iain ttd aqnaktapwiiit)niuairlw4of U waatliD Otaald rmn air, kodtaeneo dn ratluJ Terma of aalai One-third raah. (of whiob ai mnri ha nald dawn dav nf Bale! I bel anoeln Bit and twelve rnoutba, with Inlereet at the raiaof eihier rent. parannain.forwhirb tba purcuaaer a no wui Deiaien, io oe aecurea o iluil r trnal nn nmnart anLI. (Vinvannrlrr am rerordIr)B?eti)urcbBeer coet. trterinaof eaiaara ea wiininait naj-a arieraaie ina prop. purchwar. (lllfB , , nil i.inifi r, umi lrriIi i rgnn. turTJitLi, k uiTkmvito.v. ADaTl d AnrUoueert, DMIRABLE BVTAU, IlIUPK nonBP. FIVP. JMH)Mrt, ON HEVtCNTEkNTrf 8THr.hlT.Hr. TVYKhN KAMI XajEAtir HIDE. BALK Hi. Co V EDXE8DA Y, Annat ST, at S o'clock, p. m., I ahaU aell. on tha preniLe. tba above proper! r, hvrina;afronlof fottrteen feet on rJeveoUi etreet, lennaday of aal. Atprivaiaaaleiirevloua in that data, at offl'aof n, n, Vda, uaai gimm nyeni. a jf neveiun eirnei. 1HUUAHE. WAUaAUAN, ftuSeOdACa AncUoneer, BY flit KEN fc WILLIAMS Aarileaerra, lwl, norUiwaat corner of Tenia tad D etraqta. jnANCFIlY BVLE Of nL FTATE IN THE COUNIY OF WAHlItNGlUN. IN THE 1IH TRIOTOF OOLUklHlA. (OF w. D. V. MUIL wwm Acuia uiunui. lunn nii, TAKr- PLAnE. Al' AU-'TION llOOUH UltKf m WILLUH)). rJORTiiwn 1MB. NnRTTlwFHT(tRiifl. AhO D HllltallB, Id 'liAHUINa. roNCITY. fir iP nanf an nrdav add Awm, nT lha Rnnmni, Ooart of toe Ulatnct of Oolnrnb a, ped In eq nitr. cauaeof UeorraW. LlnTllla etal. va. VltiUm U U. Hurdock mbI ho. t7M, tba uadarauruad, aere oedTere, will reacll. atruule auction, at tba anotlon roorua of dree n k wlUiame, north weat corner or Teutnanl DetreetMntbe city of Haahtna-toil, 1. O.onTUEiDAY.tba id day of Beptemner, A D 1471 at 4 u'oIook p.m.,al the coat and r1kof the faiaaiuQa;iiarTnara.LMin i,a.a,, a.a,i, a , iu, I, it, l. 14, is ll. Is, k. i",m iJ aod n of our bud divtalun of a part of a tract of land lyluir aud beln umbta, caJled Frtenda an 1 rwaurvpv on Jamti Each of tba above lot eontatna from alt to nine teen acre. Tbiaiand ueltuatad on two road leadlnir Into tba litde road, and by Ibeaa road to Ooraetowu itln rrtr much nearer to Ooorwetowi iDinoa taoi arooa unaiiir, ana part oi it wooa land, a'l well watered. Tba land U aaiubla for Tbla property Ilea ImniellatHy north of the coun rvraallannM nf Jam bh WMvar. and Immadlatclv anntb of tba country reeidencea of Henry and Levi Iliippnara. larma of aal at On a altth paah. and (habalana Intblrtr final tuontblr pajmauu, wltb lntrt, at tha rata of trti per cautnm per ana am, from day tareat. A aeprait ul 6t Will ba renulred Of tba tmrhaartV afc lima nf aa!. All A httvtnHtiif ,1 coat of purcbaaar. I'lat of tba property will be on eialblUtmat the timaof pI aoifSl'dAdi Auctlonarra. or TnK VNTIItr nrtv. tknth uf thk hrt. nf uu: D 11UTIlL.h BIL- LtAltliAND MAUBIKHH, Ao , OWHNLHU SJNTH AND r HfUEEIH ISOttTUVtEbl', A Ntit uc 1 by virtue of ft deed of truat to tha underabrned. mannf iuw ufnniurr Vi A. v tail, inu amy re corded December m. A. D. 1S7L in Uder No. 6, folio til one of the Land Itaourda for Waaulnfton county, la tba Diatiict of Cilnnibla, and by reaneat of the party aern red thereby, wa will anil, on MON DAY, tba SCd day of Heptember, A. D iBlS.Otin raeuritw at lit o'clock, a. n., aud cootlnntntf every dayiberaafter,at tba eame boar, until all are dla. pueioi'-u lurvurununi, riaiurra,eia.,otiniamau in tbe "At. Cloud Hotel." on the corner or Mnta and F atreeta uorlbweet. In tba city of Waablmrton. Ii it. aa mantlnnad In Kphdiil "A" and attmjihod to the above mentioned deed of truat, and com pnaea in pan ina loaiowiiur i Foar h) DUllard Tablra. Walla a'"d Onea PIRLOIL On (1) Slelnwar Piano. Xwo ) aeta of Ureea Hep Fumllora. nalllrieirerw, (ina 111 Marbln-top Centra Tabic Hilrer Hate 1 Waiter and Urn. five (a) auta Laca Window Ourtatna. viitb Cor. D rea. ke Five (t) lnre Chrotnoa. 'ii in iiiunoi" v-ari-ci. a won; rn lit rniuh Vajw. UnatDFrencbplaia Mirror, Ac, In Ptrlora. u ipe ij the blntuiT-room turnltura. Cutlerr. Crock. ary.Qiaatand Plated Vare,audoue lam French Hhadna mm talned lu forty (4))chamberaj together with all the Carpetinjr and Oilcloth in ball and eatrtee, aud all other of tha rood and cbaite a and pennnal prop- beralDtfura meallonad, beiuK known aa tba "Hi. Cloud Hotel" Terruei AlUamaoiimnd nndrcaJin: alliuma over that amount a credit nf ality dare, aacured by notee l adore! to the aatlafectlon of the tmsteea, and beannif 19 per cent, par innom Interot A de poalt wUl bo required f mm all partlea purchaalnir. ddngaNdon, DO ft li So co.. BuatS-MiTbiq Anaionear. w iuai whhii omi mu aucuuorwi No. TW UavanUi etreet, between U and U. 58TEEBBATJSOrVALtrtnT.F PHoPFRTY fTHTttUkT NORTinBKTMKEM NUBTII iPfTOL UlUFET AMD llRaf HllULY.1 T yinua "i a aeea oi irner, oaica Anjjrun ", A. IA. 19JA. to uanuu a x.oq anu uijaeu. auu reoordedln Uber No.eVj. folio IT. one of tbe Idol iclau record! for VVaibituton connty. In tbe Dtatrlct ol Columbia. I will aril, at nubile auction, la front til the prerubwa, on WED 1L8D iY, Aujrnat 11,1871, at i o'clock p, m , Lota numbered two, (3 ) three (1) aud four. lu tba raoordad anbalvlakm of aqoara paaiDered ai buudred and aavcnty-alt, itni) lal lljUu, with Id per cent. Inter el from Aavu-t j, lKSadUataptaMofaalalneaabiaudUiabalauoa In ait and twelve mouthe, for wulca tha notee Uf luverre iroiu iuv oaie oi a nMO oi truat mi ina 531T irty, will b taken! floa down at Uma of Bale, oouveyaucluaT al tb eipeua of tbe purcbaeeri parcuaawrj Ue4 wlUiiu In oaaa tbe terma of aaJear no eeven daya after i aaia, ina wi miwrtT at I tbe defanltlQaT pjirrbaaer, after nva daya adver 'J.7. tiemDt In the VaTloNil, IlErCBLlCAM. (leOKlR W. HTinKNlC . MntMrlnir Tl aau4ltda B. If. WAitNULAucCr. . DurviviDir Traaiee. N"S BWAVCnOS AND COMMISSION HOUSE, Hiiilal at tentlon jriren to burlbaT, aellimf and rentlCM' real eaute, Balaaat taaaioraeyery aveolmrof Jewtlry. waubea, cutlery, boalery, dry irooda. clotofiuf and uuaifuuiHiii wa iivrf imu hih mw vitwj lojiaaa rractf ullj aollcltad and aatlafactlou Knar- ini of airict aiKruiiun io uunum aou vuaut NOTICK Or TIIE ARHISaxKNT OF DAM. kiMsftto villi ?ou ujt WABnrnaTOM, Crrr, Auanui It, laTt, I rmrailauna at tha ait of Uu Ijurlnltia J :tof tba Junlhla. bly of the DieUlol of Columbia. enUUe i "An act to provide for tha eitaualon of u' etreet la the oily of Waahiu-rton, from Maw llampablr avenu to Twenty hrt aUeet," approved J uua M, 187, tba no deraitrueduavaoanaeuaurvayBiortnaat iaionoi M"atreetfromNewuauipauIreaTenuetolwaiity. AhI klvAl. Ia IhA inajla. aih.l haaa ra naral tuata at.d tua pa thereof to ba prepared, which era uow ou file lu tula ofiloe, and can Uiart u luapootad by irtiee lulereatod. tiMtf i aaraae f iarn nj ail auua wihh rvvnj niHna nl tha WorBaoi tn uiainri oi uoiuniuia. imuiu nu, MorrtaoD'a liulldlnir Four-audi halt street, In eali r ,krn ilViib annum'- a. Ii imi . 11, aid I. at la o'clock, noon, of thai day. iba damajree ana talned bylb owners of iropertr taken for tba puriHjaw OI auau eWUi"li oi bbki itrrj, wui wa aaaeaaed W the BoaxdTof Wblio Works of the Die trletof OoAimbla. aLLJu R. HHEP11LRD. aiuxltUd Vioa Praaldent. TIRO P08 ALB FOn NEWER AT FORT WADS l nuniii,flaw tuna, jibuuuii 1 new iu,AU(.t, !. Haalail nronoaala. In dunllcala. with a nnnv tbleadveftUemeut attached to each, ere luvfted. T??"r tiifjirts' jrr"r.-ir.m :"?"?. muiwrih iDu.ivtuiv wuiuuruuu ui iwnfir at Fort Wadtworto. New York harbor. In accordauca wiiuinai'uuauvi ain:iutaLiuua uu jita m una he plan aud epectDc 1 ha work tnimt twt I Ihla nr. noe, 1 he work niut bo projioiod for a a whole, ana no vj ine i of two (1) reaoi oyiaa loot or yarn, a wruieu tfuarautee ouaioie peraouB,ior me prompt at i ulullment of the contract, a bo old It ba niiiuu uui awarded, muat accompany the proiMieala All ma- terlal andlabor to be ruruleuetf aud tb ork eouii4t4 wlUtlu iiiauati oy mo ronirac WlUtlu thirty days It te'Ki.T.ra!', WBVAl U4 VUHHH'I. The rronoaali r at f rt Wadeworth. New York iiiu.KKuaia aiiuuiu in nil nra pawn Mfin ' to ...... - -- . - ; naaeu I" ui uuiai ij uartermaaieir.Jiratquar. H?&J$l&'!xl m"' 0"i. i-i icn a. hcott. brass ronNDKn WTO. VTIbHEU AMD MiCIIINEJ01iIlEK,deairealta lJumbere and otbara a bo have macblu work to b aou to kno that thry can be tarvadattM tier. lUUlUMl Hwnunib autiui A BLACK MAN'S TARTY. NEW rOLITICAL ORdAKlZATIO.V. Tba.MeaUbaCaMpeaa It and U hat They PrapaM TJat af tk Ofllcrra naal Eat fcrra C'aadldalrw Naae Bat Mark Mt ta ba Happartrd far Otaet A Faollah Alrasaralaaacaratrd y Ftw AnbU Haas Mca-A Ward af aralac Tbt poiiUcAl umpAlm for October la About opeolnr la the District o( Colombia, and the coraor pouticiaat tuft to a certtia extent mftppcKl out their coune of procedure, tod none bftTt beea more analdaoue In their effort to "control tbe Dlitrlct," u they term It, thta iboee who bafeflcared promlneQUjTlnttieUttrtet of tneellngt held for the eo-cAiied pnrpote of de- nounciDv lion. Joon ii. urooki for bii count on the normal school bill, and the board of trniteei of colored tcboota for remoTlPf Prof. It. T. ureeoer, late or Howard VnlrerBity. for laeflV clenrr. The clique hero binded together under the title of "Etioat Rlghu Leaffae,Nnd organized bj the election of a president, vice prealdent. trtaa- orer, aecretary ana mer. The object it purely political from a "colored" standpoint, erery per aon before being admitted to membership bu to be Touched for by a member In rood eiandlng a belni aound on the color qaeBtlon, that being praioaaint u au other conaiderauona. itrouod to meet all the requirement!, among which ll toat newm ataaiihia influence to nominate, opport and elect colored men to position, he la admitted. All peraone before recelrlng the support of the league are obligated to rote and austaln any and all meaaurea proposed la the Interest of the colored people, without regard to toeir euect upon any other ciasa or ritueus. The failure on the part of aoy person appointed or elected to office through the Influence of the League to comply with the obligation Imposed will not oaly be regarded at infflclenl ceue for diimiaiai, but to be deaouncej InphUlo meet lagf, and be branded In the eye of the people aa a traitor to hi race. The organisation haa been tn existence About alx week, and Ij no oOVioot of a similar organization lnPennijtrar.la, with out lu principle. The branch eaubllsbed here was conceived aud partly oreanlzed br Prof, n- T. Greener, late of Howard Vnlversltj. The uitu was oorn at ine At MttlMai lira and c,tt. ten omce, Eleventh street, near Pcnuslrania aveuue. Among mote present at lis birth, and who assisted Inthedshverrand rl(1d ihem. aelrea tostaul by tlio child Moacs, who la to icbu mem out oi usrKneu into light f. buck to white were John Thomae Johnson, District treasurer, appointed through the Influence of whlto men to the position held by him; W. C. Costln, barber-shop, on Seventh, near a street, who refuses to suave colored people; Janiee II. Smith, an employee of the Board of Health; A. II. Caderwood, messenger In the Comptroller' office: Rev. (Tl William J. Walter, a constitutional sorehead; Her. (7) James Storura, teacher In Wayland loatt- tute ana aiso nereateu atpirant lor superinten dent position la the colored school of this city; Lewis 11. Douglas, editor of the Aw Jo lionnt Kra and Citutn, always clamoring for mixed school In public and plotting In secret for ine establishment of a negro party; be la prealdent of the "Lfst-ue." Fred. Douffl&as. Jr.. does precisely whst he I teid to do by hi brother Lewi and Prof, Greener. David Augusta Ktraker, having failed to have hi wife appointed school teacher, baa come down from hi high none on "mixed" thingj. an I U ffolns In full tut for genuine black, "nono other need apply. ' rerry canon, messenger to the Governor, is tiler. The pats-word, which for the present ts withheld, aa we may have use for It again, has lint to be given to Perry, who step with mania1 tread, a huge aword dangling at hie aide, Into the coutre of tbe room and, after giving tbe hilling algn to the presiding officers, announce the kam U tbo visitor, who, If all right. Is ad mlt'eu. Proreeeoi Richard Theodore Greener, late of no ward Uulvenlty, waj the mala object of attention, and thrilled hla Intelligent hearen with a recital of bis trial and trlbuUtloos with tbe 800 poor white at Cambridge and the loo at Andover. Tbe soft, modulated voice of the leaned Professor had visible effect upon some of those present. Dr. Watt was also there, looking very wise, aa was also that other ambi tion youth, R. A. Gray, who Is In the emptoy of the Board of Publlo Works. JsmesL. Thorns, messenger In the Treiaury Department, also vice president or the League, took active part in the delibentlon. Jerome Johnson and ill! ton Hol land, clerks In the Treasury Department, are active members, a Is also Henry riper, Henry Cruger, John K. Brooks, Robert Hstton, and Alex. Cornlah, messenger In tbe Treasury Department; Dr. J. L. N. Bowen, 0. 8. B. Wall, Wm. Taliaferro, and Sidney Herbert. Toe three last named are members of the District LeglIa ture, aud are candidates for re-election. There are a number of others In the movement, whose names will be given another time. In Justice to the intelligent and honest portion of colored cltlzen,tlt should be stated tbatthl proposed movement meet with no encourage ment from them, but, to the contrary, they are loud In their denunciation of what they term the suicidal pouc.beuur pursaed by these msj. content.. For the benefit of oar cltlxent, the name and dlitrlct of those seeking nomination under the ana Dices of tha leajrua are riven, aa follow a? First district, Lewi and Fred. Douglas, Jr. Second dlitrlct, o. 8. B. Wall, present Incum bent, Milton iiouano, in the Treasury Depett menr, and John II. Cook, clerk In Freedman' bank. Third and Fourth district, not being very healthy tor a pure African ucser, no candidates have prominently loomed up. Fifth district is brlmfull of candidates for Charley noise's piece; among them are Lawyer (7) Charles N. Thorn, whoa principal claim rests la his middle name; Jerome A. Johnson is the natural aon of hi father, John Thomas. Sixth district presents In the person of A. H. Underwood, James U. Smith, Wm. 1L Bell and Jamea L. Thomas candidate for John Murray' place. Seventh district, William Sypbax, Professor (?) Ricbaru urlore Greener and Rev, William J. ft alker. BJghth district, Joo, R, Brooks and a host or others, ninth district, uenry Plncr. Isaiah Washington, and Jacob Richardson, Tenth district, Ukt the Third and Fourth, hold no Inducement for the colored ticket, the whites being too powerful for them. Eleventh district. Dr. J. L. N. Bowen and Richard W, Tompkins are willing to supersede friend Brewer, either being psiriouo enougn to give wsy to insure the other Buooeea in order to defeat a white man. The Twelfth district will escape, as tbe colored votera are quite few In Bomber. Ia the Thir teenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, and Sixteenth district the white and colored are so evenly bal anced that It la somewhat haiirdous to run a candidate on the pure color basis, but alt sort of strategy wm be resorted to if an opportunity present Itself to nominate a member of tbe League. In the Seventeenth district things wll! be red not; tao League's candidate win be the present Incumbent, William Talllaferro, sup ported by Perry Carson, while Charley Marshall and hla boj will aoport Fred. Uoswell, generally considered the most popular man In tb Seventeenth district. Tbe Eighteenth, nineteenth and Twentieth are gloomy tor the league, a me white aro largely in tn majority; it being tn intention to pack the MumloaUoa, where the colored mea aro In excess, and then claim the support of the party as the regular nominee. Ia the Twenty-first district Jir.mdney iieruert,tu league's candi date, haa already commenced the campaign. In accordance with instruction from the league, to the effect that If they suffer defeat, through the regular channel, to draw off aud organize a bolten' club; their plan being to either rule or ruin. The Twenty-second district will not be molested, a there Ia not a ghost of a chance for the league. Then la considcrsbie more tbst can be said In relation to the moTemeu', which will be given In due season. In the meanwhile our colored citizens should be careful about what they, are doing; for out of nearly Io,oo0 votes tney ooiy numoor auoui i,tw, anu it tog wnnea follow their example they can blame nobsdy but themselves, BUHINKMH AT T1IK TltI!AHl'll Y. The following lathe financial exhibit of tbe Treasury Department at tbo close of business Saturday i Currency, 10,4 IS, T ll; special deposit or legal tenaen for redemption or certificates or deposit, -in,Bio,oncK com.HT.ua two dt; including coin certificates, $19,917,700: outstanding legal tenders, IAVI.ikhi.oou, au internet icvcuuu rcvcipia caiuniay auivuuicu iu fis,on n. The Hepte saber Interest, Tbe Secretary of tbo Treasury has Issued an order for th payment of tbe September Interest to commence Monday, August 29, without te- uaie, -jue amouni uus is aooui 3,uvu,uw, on " mtw auvnu mm iu leu luriiva. A DEHTIU'CTITE FIRK. One Hand red and TweatyFlva Hat Ml ass Destroyed S3C0.OOO the Kali ma led j.era BiLnirr, Mi.. Aus-uat M.-A destructive Ore wrote out nere this afternoon at I o'clock-, the weather being dry and a strong wind blow ing from the north. It commenced In Jennett' all-loft, north of R, Sibley A Dro.'s wharf, and epread with fearfal rapidity along the wharves aaiaraaianeri snip yarn ana marine railway, creasing Union street and extending to High itrlt,w,B,araln " bulldlnra la the southerly course a far as the house of K.K, iMlVle. 00 Illffh Street. Where the Hra waa ataaa.1 over one hundred and twentyflr buildings were destoywi, mostly wood. The whole Iom, a near aS It CSn bS eatl mated tO.nl tit la naavta .WO.0OO. Onthl IWO Itaunhnll whitiH with i single exception, all the prominent wharf build- lna AM hnm Among the prlnclpat buildings destroyed are V?af w- of " 8,Wf 7 Hodj Pi'cher A Graham, J. W. Frederick h Co., W, ft. Swan A Co- Dan. lei Lane, Belfast foundry, W. Pitcher A Sons, five house. Carter A Co ship-yard, with one or more vessels on the stocks; Mr. Cooper' lumber yard, Matthew A Co.1 sash and blind factory, C.R. Thomas' sall-loft and D. W. Dyer A Co.1 marine raiiwey, on High street: a valuable home of James Gil more, tbe Joalsh Farear bouse, the Carter bouse.the Frothlngbsm bouse snd house of M raara. E. W. Slephensoo, D. W. Dyer, Aa ...uv ...u a , uujio were ucairoyeu. At least one hundred and thirty families are ren dered homeless. THE LATE HTOK3C. Esteat af Damaea aa tha rheaapeaka aad lielawara L'aaal. Niw Yok, August I4v-A Wilmington (IXlv ware) dispatch states the dsmsge to vessel and canal barge In tbe Chesapeake and Delaware cauai incimies eleven schooners and eighteen barges hopelessly wrecked, while twenty-eight schoonen and thirty-seven bsrgea, two tugs and one propeller steamer are stranded and most of them more or less injured. One vessel lies four hundred yards from tbe csnai. All the craft Kh.ot 8t nfg'" escaped serious injury. Tbe canal authorities hope to get them out In a JortnjghL These at Br, George's may be re leased iu a fortnight. Mauy nribe cnoonen and most of the bsrgea are loaded with coaL Amonffthe choonera which ara vr Kadi in jured are the Jane C. McShane, or Pnlladeiphla; a total loss. Lavenla Hopkins, of Yorktown, Va i hole stove In ber side. Mary Washington, of Baltimore; spill through the stern. Panama, of Baltimore, on her beam ends; her bulwarks torn off, and otherwise Injured, and the Speed, of Baltimore, badly wrecked generally. THE HAWYKU MUIClDK. Aaatber Caalraairtlea. Nkw York, August ft. A dispatch from Othkosh, Wisconsin, say there la no troth In the report that Hon. Pblletus Sawyer, a member of Congress from that State, had committed suicide. He 1 now in Uabkusb, and in good health. Preadmra'e Durraa Claim a. During the Drat year that the business of the Freedraen's Bureau haa been under tha rhanm of the Adjutant General' omce. War .Department, claim amounting to 134, M9 have been paid, and $403, M4 prepared for payment, and only await the callofclalmantafortbeir money, congress ap propriated liotuwo to carry on the business for the year ending June W, IsTJ. of this amount, at least f i3,otw rrmalo unexpended, and will be covered back into the Treaiury, Death af Jade T. A. It. ISelaaa. Knoxtiu k, Tixif , Aujust W. JuJire Thomas A. R. Nelson, late Judge of the Supreme Court of i enuessce, uieu at bis residence here at 6 oVIock this morning of cholera, after an Illness of two dsys. The Washington Jtlasaas, Barrox, August . Lafsyette Chapter of Royal Arch Miaous of Washington, P. C. arrived In Boston lost night from anextcnled summer tour, and left to-night for home. Tttl.E.lIIAJlr! IN 11 U IKK. A fire occurred Saturday In narrlalmrir. Pa., bv whli h nearlv ivn liLu ka of hi.mu, , ,Ih strojed. Hon. Wm. Allen, th Damoeratla randldat for Governor of Ohio, will open bis campaign Fit day, Win Instant, with a speech in Col umbos. Tbe fifth championship game between the Athletic and Waaningtons took place Saturday at Philadelphia, resulting In a victory for the Athletic. Jodffe Colvln. of tha fonrt nf Criminal for. rectlon, 8t.Louii, baa decided the law regulating tbe social erll now in force to be unconstitu tional. lienlimlo Ynnne'. an actor ami well known drllneaaar of negro character, particularly lo theroaot t'oela Tom." died suddenly v eater. day at Philadelphia. The steamer Clrde. from Galveston, while coming into qasraniloe at New York yesterday, collided with the bark Gltann, injuring both vea- Rev. John Todd, for a long time pator of the First CousTetntleual church of PlttanrM. Mass . and one of the best known clergymen In western Massachusetts, died yesterday morning, in his 73d year. AnreatEatOD. Ohio, veaterdav mornlne- da. stroyed one of the prluiluslcornen lu that town. Several bouses adjoining in one or two street were badly damaged. WEATHER REPORT. Was DarABTUBitr.) TMOMI FOB TH1 PAST TWBNTY-Ft)t7R HOUM. Clear weather, with low temperature and light to fresh northwesterly winds, In New Eng land and the Middle Atlantic States. Generally clear weather and high temperature la the Southern States, where the pressure Is greatest. Cloudy weather, with diminished pressure and light easterly to southeasterly winds, in the lower lake region. Partly cloudy weather, wltb high temperature and slight Increase of pressure, from tb lake region westward to the lower Missouri valley. raoiAiixmaa. For the Eastern and Middle Atlantic coasts, continued low temperature, light variable v. inda, aud generally clear weather during the day. For Nortnern New England and the Lower Lake re gion, Incnaslng cloudiness with light rain, trie tempenture rising slightly tn the Lower Lake reg ton, with ligut easterly to southerly winds. Fur the Ohio alley and westward to the Lower Missouri alley, high tempenture, .light south easterly to southwesterly wind, and generally clear weather. For the Southern flutes, slightly falling barometer, rising temperature, and partly clear weatner, with local rains. Reports not received from the Upper Lake region, the North west, and tho Southwest. Haw aa Aetrenantr wa HatJ. They aay that tbe chief astronomer at the Washington Observatory was dreadfully sold a lew day ago. a wicked boy, whose Sunday- school experience seems only to hare made him more depnved, caught a tire-fly and stuck It, with the aid of some mucilage, in the centre of the largest lens in the telescope. That nlxht when tbe astronomer went to work, he perceived ablaxeof light, apparently In the heavens, and wbat amazed him more was that It would jrjr a couple of spurts and then die out, only to bunt forth again la a second or two. He examined it carefully for a few momenta, and then began to do BLtnato discover where lathe heaven that extraoruinary star was piaceu. lie thought he found the locality, and the next momma bu teleaxanhed all over tha nnlmna that he had discovered a new and remarkable star or toe iniramaKnituuein unon, in a day or two all the astronomers tn Enron and A mer. lea were stndylng Orion, and they gazed al It for nuura uaui iucj were mau, man men tney DCgan to telegraph to the man In Washington to know what he meant. The discoverer took another look and found that tbe new star had moved about eighteen billion miles lo twenty-four hoars, and upon examining it closely be wa .I.hma.1 tn MM.I.a that 1 !...! !, atiai uicn n, vi vvn v ut i, witu icga, hen he went on the dome tha next mornlnir to polish np bla glass he found the lightning bug. I'flonle down at Alexandria, seven mile diatant. into it much wbole-aouied sincerity and vigorous heardlpart of the swcarlng.and they say helnf used energy, ine bills fur wlegnphio dispatches amounted to iJ.eoo, aud now tbe astronomer wants to find that boy. He wishes to consult with hlra about ometbing. Maj A ltUt. Hn sines Prespecis far tha Fall. Tbe New York Expri believe that business this fall will be considerably improved, "It Is easy," It says, "to divine, from the 'glvlngs-out' of the retail dry good men and other, that tbclr anticipation of a brisk fall trado are sanguine, and wetblnk perhaps they Justly calculate that the ensuing season will more than make uo for the comparative dullness which characterized the somewhat backward season now passing away, of coune, (ln the womb of possibility lie many iniuidwnicn ne'er may actual oe' and we well remember how the probabilities of a 'roar ing trade' at the commencement uf April last failed by tampering with tbe bank and business dtacounta. But ao, now, dry goods deslera and onicraiooa jotwaru to a prosperous isu trade, and a sanguine feeling prevails evou among tha roo.t sasrauou dealer. We trust it will no turn out lu all respect, and with every kind of legitl- marked caution both in direct import and In withdrawing good from waretiou-N, but guods In bond are eatlly accessible, and, with tele graphs round the world, easily ordered aud shipped. Moreover, a dull summer and spring have so reduced purthases as to make a better bualnttss now unt only probable, but the oppo site quite improbttblo. We trust that iKith the banks and capitalists will see to It that tho spare inuuej uaou raiucr io iivip uusiugss loan spec Ulatiou," It has bcetvjuggeited that whan Doroon.the Norwegian poet, comes over here he had better call himself plain Johnson, to avoU all mistakes. TIIE CAMPAIGN IN OHIO. NATIONAL AND STATE POLITICS, f'ar. ffayes'Opealaa- Hpeeeh-The tUUraaal a aal TranepartatUa Qa rat Ian-What Is tha Daty rCaaiTeaef-What Oar Illcy flhoaU be The Farmer and tha Desna ea AHea U. Tharmaa'a Candidate rarflsvernar. The Republican campaign In Ohio wo opened At Athens, tn that Bute, Saturday last. The meeting la reported to have been one of the Largest ever held la that section since the close of tbe war. Governor Noyes mad a long speech, la which, after alluding to the condition of par. ties la tb State, the refusal or the Liberal Re publican faction to meet th Democracy la con vention, c, he pok of the more material questions of tbe canvass. On tbe railroad ques tion be said l There la a wide-spread feeling existing tmuuiiimii me t? rat anu .lonnw-n amoua; ina producing masse that railroad corporations, by the consolidation of capital, by combination of management and the centralisation of authority, are exercising for their own advantage ao undue aou pernicious Influence upon the bualnee in tereau of the country. Thui feeling U lea prom inentia Ohio thaa w tbe great grain-growing states farther west, to? the reason that wear rapidly becoming a manufacturing Btate, that we are nearer the great market, and that we have several competing tine of railroad leading to the East, Hut there is dissatisfaction among tbe neonie of Ohio. From It. Y, l'oors -"Railroad Mannal for 18TM" I gather the following summary of ststis- n;".ucHiicu aiBLciurniBUi ruaua oeinajaivcn In that work. In the United State there are Mile of railway fir,323 Uat... .I3.l8.l83.0fil Cost ner mile 6ft, UO , 4TS,1ltt0M Grots receipt Operating expenses ,. , Net earning , lAiviuenua paid Tiuvoua paid ., ,, 01.113,101 Total number of mi lea In one rail An. B T.I DA. nf which 1,427 were built leit year. Some made no returns, others refuse information. The total earnings are ti,ooo,uoo more than tbe receipt in the I oited Slates Treasury, and the net earnings 49,oi,ooo more than the Government interest account. The total cost is K)looo.ouo more than the national debt, Tnlrty-t&ree thousand nine hundred and thirty-four miles have been built sines isu. This statement is start nr. and indicates the power which by united effort could be exerted in our State aud nation. It la well known that certain great railroad combinations hare for Iran controlled the legislation of several State i all matten affecting railroad property and the troflta thereof. It is feared that this influence i becoming more and more extended, and more aotent; and that, Hole speedily checked, It will eudanger the permanent welfare and prosperity If our whole population. I confess I do not nere in the apprehension entertained by some stist railroads and their ofllcen, or any other ag gregations of wealth and talent, are likely to Subvert or materially endanger the liberties of our people. Injustice and exaction win be toler ated until they reach a certain point, and then tbe evil win be swept away with a relentless purpose and a strong hand. Ia a country and under a Government like our the people are patient of extortion and wrong only uutll It C Teases hard upon them; when once aroused tbey brow oft their burden with determination and vlmr. Jta lroada and all other cornorauona are the creatures of legislation, deriving their privileges from tbe people, aud responsible to the people that the rights so acquired shsll baused for the accommodation and benefit of the publlo. The contract Implied in a grant and acceptance of a charter by a railroad corporation Is that la re turn tor special privilege It ahaU so use iu authority a to promote the comfort, con venience, and material prosperity of the power that rraot the charter namely, tbe Deoole. If the railroad company aeek to violate tuts agree ment. It would be strange Indeed If there were no auinoniy aujwuere to reainci anu control u. lhat such power exist I nave no manner of douot. Our trouble baa been, and I likely to be, not ao much with local roads, hsviog their ter mini within tbe limits of a single State, as with the through trunk linea,extending far across the oountry, and holding charters from a number of State Legislatures. What is everybody's business is nobody's. As no one State tan control the whole line, no one attempts to control any part; and o the railroad do a tbey please, without let or hindrance. ininenratpiace, i oavenoaouDiiuai;uongrc8s, amier the authority to regulate commerce d. TWeen the Btate, ha full aud ample power to fix rates of transportation, and to make such other regulations as tbe court of Justite would pro nounce fair and equitable, under the contract im plied ry the charter. In my Judgment, therefore, the simplest and probably tne most satisfactory way to remedy tbe evils eom plained of would be lo have the whole matter disposed of by Congress ional enactment. Mr. Hheliabarger, of this 8i ate. introduced anch a measure into the last Congress, and when the Ohio Legislature wa astnu to strenguiea uia nanus vj resolution favoring the biii,the Democratlo member put tbemseivea aolldly against It. But it might happen that Congress would fslk In this duty, under influence such a have been znown heretofore sometimes to affect Congress men, what then 7 In such rase undoubtedly the state Legislature wblcb granted the charter would have oower to provide remedy. It 1 certainly a matter within tbe province of the people lueiov. auuu uicuiocia vi me ovaio agia lata re, and of Congress, as can be trusted to do their wboio duty, and with intelligence enough to know what that duty 1. If the people them selves ara careles or Indifferent a to tha character of those they elect to represent them, they here no right to complain, tueiaussoi dissatisfaction has been tbe lack or nniiorraity in tne rates oi transportation. Maoy railroads are aocustomed to transport pas sengers and freight for long distances, between their termini, at a much less rate per mile than I charged for intermediate point. The reason is obvious. Between the distant point there 1 generally la each case competition and conse quent cutting of rate to secure business. The nvairy ia oiien aoarvai w teavano inargia for profit, over and aoove running eiueuses. Ill umcii luciriuir, w cvun uiiimuu, lur mi stockholders, this loss ha to be made up by ex cessive cbsrges for shorter distances, and be tween points where there are no competing line. Thl evil ought to be remedied. jabi iu my juaguicut inerw ia a greater wrong than this. I mean the little Credit Moblller or ganizations, lalde tbe railroad corporations, oompoaed wholly or for the mott part of the ofllcen of tbe company, who, under the name of fast freight lines, or other designation, con- tract wun lueraaeivea, realise cuuruiuua prouia, and enrich themselves at tha aioeuM of the stockholders, or the pubfic, or bach. Snob or- gsuixBiioua uujui, ii poaaiuie, m d prunioii-Hi oylaw, and the ofTlear of railroad companies should be prevented from speculating out of the trust positions they occupy, at the expense of the people who are at their mercy. Among the ways proposed to secure) cheap transportation 1 the opening up of the great national hlrhwsvs tbe riven aud lakes tneaa being Improved and connected, where neoe ary, by canals. The Improvement of the Ohio and It tributaries l certainly worthy of our cnon. n newer a grand cauai, or system oi water communication, reaching to the ocean, wooid bring to ua in onto a return equal to the cost, has yet to be demonstrated. There should be no Indiscriminate aud wll J crusade anlnat railroads. Tbev should ba en. couraged, and allowed fair oompensat oj for the capital Invested, and tbe risks encountered. Tbey bare been, and will continue to be, of Incalcula ble benefit to our people. They should simply not be permitted to abuse their privileges, or to oppress tboae tbey were Intended to assist. wnaiwouiu tne greai atat-i oi isnio nsve oeen to-day without tu Introduction of rail roads t We want more, and must nave thein. Wear all anxiously waiting for tbe com plot 'on of that grand enterprise, tha Cinclnnatl-Houthern rail road, wblcb i lo open up for tor farmeos, me chanic and mercnanta the ready market of the South, now completely cut off from ua. Tbe product of our coal fields and iron moun tains must be brought nesrer to purchasers anxious to buy. Our rapidly increasing and awirt gntwlng town and cities mutt be put to easy communication with tha trade centres. Ihefariaera la tbe agricultural district must be able to reach with their produce the mechanic la the town. As tbe cities grow the country thrive. The moat reliable of all market 1 tbe home market, and It will not be many years be fore tha Ohio farmer can ae 1 all ha raises at fair and remunerative price within the limit of bis own state, we aireauy import wneat tor noma consumption. Soon we snail want com and other articles of food. Not many years hence ma uunuud wiia ua win ur. not wnrra taa farmer shall find a market, and how he shall get iniTiticiiuuriuiiui ira.ua uu TLB, Lion, out now hall we Increase production to supply the local ucuiau'ii ma acivut: ti agncuuurs win uo studied and practiced until the earth shall yield her bounties fourfold to the thrifty, Intelligent, nroaneroua and haoor laborer lu the Holds. There 1 no war between the farmer and the me chanic; there ought to be ni conflict between capital and labor. Eain ahjuld help the other that all might prosper together. In rgaru to tho farmers' inovi Inr-gi I to tho farmers' movement Governor Noyes r,coulJ soe no reason why farmers' clubs should not be organized,1 and be did not betlere that tbey could be nscd by designing ambitious men. ooiarav uaca pay ia concerned, ueitner tiany, in uia opiuiou, auuum oe ncia responsible or It. for tha reason that Uia cnn.iinn,t r. both. Ha gave a sketch of Mr. Allen's poaitioa during the war, showing unmistakably how he aided and assisted tbe Copperheads, and con cluded aa follows: la conclusion, permit me to say, the fight this fall Is no boys' play, Tbe Demoovat will all vote at the next election, and tMlr hope is that by our local difference here and there and our over-confidence they may profit to the extent of being able to secure the next Legislature. They do not expect to carry the State ticket, and care but very Itllio about U. Their candidate for Governor was nominated becauso bo was the friend of Allen G. Tburman, not because they wanted or ex neotad him to ha Coventor, if all who desire, tbe success of the Republican cause will work and vote, our State ticket will hare a handsome majority on the second Tuesday of October and tue Legislature will beoun. To secure uoceswe mutt have organisation and auvit vaMvieaaoea auu apatny wviuu oe laiat. Wv. Moaaia, th poet, li the bead 'of a firm la London, the basinets of which It tbe decoration anu rurouhin, of houe( WASHINGTON IN UNDRESS THE CITI OUT OP TIIE SMSOS, ItAtlrarila ,h1 Pretty Place A St rail Thraag a tha Farka Mb Oaa Nee. aads.C.tlnpa at Tfcetr nietary-fteme f Washington Character-Aa Uader .Carpenter the Hea. The ton of DsvM somewhat aarcutlcaltf ob served that "to everything there IsssesAon.' in itseii in remark doe not embody a large portion of that wisdom which 1 tald to hare been divinely bestowed upon it author. On the contrary, it aeem to be rather commonplace for an Inspired writer, bnt polling the beat interpre tation possible apoa the word of the wis man It must be acknowledged that tbu Is the season for Washington to be dull, and of all possible times the best to get away therefrom. In fash ionable parlance, as opposed to Scripture, Wash ington is at present "out of aeaaon, and lor as vera months has beea wearing; Its cadres uniform, an I a verr neeiii-entifaAatfit haa been. The fashion of other cities to noka fun at Washington ia the summer time, and declare that we were only alive when tbey came to help ns during the sessions of Congresa, has not beea a little augmented by the habit of ourowncitl- aen, wno desert their homes for summer stamp ing grounds, where not halt tbe beauty and com fort they leave behind can be obtained. To main tain that Washington, with lu broad street and numerous park, la less agreeable during the summer than any other city tn the United statea Is to uphold a foolish proposition, and one which only foolish people will countenance, Aalong, however, as fashion makes a summer .exodu necessary to an elevated grade In society, H may betaken for gi anted that Waahlngtonians will emigrate to tbe seaside, to Europe, or th Inland watering places, or, what amounts to tha same thing, abut up the fronts of their houses and live in their kitchens and aay tbey have gone away, all of which ha it effect la tgnating social life, and giving the city an uncalled-for appearance or amines ana lethargy. Washing ton, however, Is not dead, nor doth she sleep, as all wbo hare been obliged, either by business or poverty or inclination, to remain will testify. Hare we notour Dr. Mary Walker, and L'ncie Bennle Coomb, and Beau Hickman, and Mr. Keliey' dog, and the Board of Work, to say nothing of a murder every other week, nor to speak buastlngiy of onrmonumentandthapneu inailo tube T speaking or Dr. Mary, did we not see ber recently in tne rots of a good bimtnuo, which Illustrated a trait la her character seldom alluded to by those who make ber the butt of sarcasm and ridicule. It was on Pennsylvania avenue, one sweltering afternoon, when a youth to fame unknown, who had evidently beeu en deavorlag to ascertain tbe exact amount of sum olant he could atags;r under, and bad made a glorious success of nis undertaking, wa about to auccumo to tbe combined effect of whis ky and lager, that the much-abused doctrea was noticed to stretch out a helping hand and lead the misguided man to a seat in a street car, whence be was nnceremor.lousiy ejected, to nn htm out from the dust and dirt, and again de posit htm In another of tboae convenient vehi cles, this time to sit with him till sna succeeded Id bringing him to a refuge where be might regain bis aelt-posscssloa and his legs. It is not every day that a disposition to aid a friend un der humiliating circumstances can he found, and If calico unmentionable ha the affect to render sympathy stronger or to make the heart kinder. It is a pity that they are not mora popular. ij, wi, mat our venerauis uncio Bennie should be Ignored among the numerous attractions. Does be not hold forth nightly to appreciative audiences or small boys, who have recently stirred up his indignatlou by sticking Dins Into hla venerable lent Haa not ihnH.r fled presence ot Been Hickmsn been with us la our hours of desolation, arrayed la the gorgeous apparel bequeathed to bim oymetnberaof the laatCongreaaT And ourstreeistemporarily con verted into DO tat a natcheahaea tn nnt indi cated that a thoughtful Board of Publlo Works u m never luat aigutoi ourconrenience ana com foriT Have those who have remained at home not been able to appreciate the beauty or our parks and the abundant drives about the environs or the city? Ir a stranger should gel the Impres sion that Waahlnffton was dead. Mfhiu nn simpler way of relieving hi mind from that error vuhiu oe uorivru iuaa ta sirou tnrough Franklin or Lafayette square at about u o'clock in the evening. Itlatruo that he might at lint suppose tbe K potation consisted entirely of nurses and bles, with a few grandparent of either sex thrown In; but he could not take a seat near the dancing fountains tad listen lo tbe failing waten without soon arousing nfflclenl sentiment to get np a flirtation with some one of tbe many pretty ffirl that borer about tha walks thi- inrht -n.i airydrrsses contrasting so favorably with tbe darker f liage; and when he had woo her smiles and picked out a secluded seat aod commenced tutaia poetry aui oargaiu tor 1. 1 Met, wouldn't he soon reslize that there wra mhr iiiii.iki seats aod other fellows bargaining for kisses. andwhit an tall ..111.. ...bh. .. ..7t --,, ,... . IUU IUD'U,WUI AUUll hlS Choice Should bfl tironltiona. alitlnrr nmla tha rustling leaves, wl'n aa atmosphere sweet with the fragrance of flower, his arm where hla arm oqght to be of coune, would he then dare to stand up and, abase Washington la the summer A gentleman recently here from New York wa somewhat alarmed, while smoking his cigar one evening In one of onr parka, lie thought there wereauskes In the grass. At least he wa en Joying hi moonlight itata.when he heard an Incomprehensible rustling behind hlsseau He gave a tartled look, but beyond a white mass could see nothing. He changed hi seat, and was sgain aroused lu a similar manner. The next tune he beard a hissing sound very much like the noise male In the operation of osculation: this l fntlAHVA.1 ...In h..b.Ba..l.... 7 " """' 7 Mi-iiMiuuKiaia- grass. He became so much ao-tuted that ha an nr.i.i to leave the park, and can never speak orVs experience without a shudder. There is not a cultivated square In the city without It ro mance. Not a thousand yean ago there wm a seminary of young ladies on a visit nere from some North ern city, of coune there were many young ladles in tbe school whose wsys were as winning as their heads were fun nt niim.ni , .. To a couple of Tooni men of this village, whose ". "it.uusin iui jaiuii (eaauua, iwo oi the fair visitors seemed especially lair. The visitors were aa brlshi and aa fresh aa nn-td school gtrU ought tube, aud with their charm- II lUMin-tui naji. men ti aoaoni girisaiwar have, soon captivated tbe eyea and heart of the young men auch heart as ofoae young men of the dsy always have and all were happy. Despite tbe warv watcblnir of tha tai-hF-.rft, youog ladles found plenty of opportunities to meet their 'cousins,,f who took no end of plea sure in their society, and no small satisfaction in showing them the Bights of the capital, and entertaining them in tbe best style tbey could A favorite resort was Lafavetta anu- Thaa wu a favorite seat under a branching maple, where the magnolias and the (lowering tulip trees msde a bower, lust ahadlm- tha n.ani. bench sufficiently from tbe shimmering moon beam to make love sweet and sugary. One evening it wa to be tbe last of tbe t ouug ladles la the city when the "cousins' bad to say their parting ords, they met at the trystlng tree, and soon were sutncienUy wrapt in tntir uwa sweet ness to forget all about time, aud everything else, la fact, but themselves and each other. Tha "" hm luaiui, hi ua ame, ana wno could blame them that they did not remember mo uaw nil mj . 41 UA.IOC. M The i all ver Uf bt which, hallowing tree and bower, Hhada haatity and dp aof taaae o'er tha whole, Uraatheaaiaototbahaartando'ar ittbrowa A loving lauguor whlcbl not repose." How could such common place things a trains and ume-ubies enter into a scene like tbla? i Ith tha chaata mnnn ainiiln- nn ihuH .. could they think of cross professors, and all that sortofunpoeUcalsiuff? Well they dldnt think wt , auu tua kiain woaiou wuuoui mem and tha "cOUSlnB" hail tntakatham h,.k iA ,h. Northern CUV. and there was a ltimuI dial nf talk about elopement and expulsion from school uuTAiuiiuiiuiui uu investigation, out Wltnai none were tbe leu pleased wiut a little romance la Lafayette square. lu another park msy be seen a graceful little figure nearly erery pleaaaut evening, In whose modest, retiring manner the casual observer would notice nothing of Interest. The face Is fl-enerSllV Vailed till the inn alnka hhln.t th. trees and the twilight softens tbe glare. Shrink ing from tbe frequented spot, always alone, the figure seems to oread nolioe, although It does not conspicuously avoid it. To a few abe I known a one who, not many years ago, graced the roost fashionable assemblies, ana moved in uv wu. 'iiiiBiii -uuiciy ui ine usy. Among her admirers was a talented, although nnsOIUDUlOUa. member nf lnntH, fmni Ueetero State. The story of their lives is the old one a false marriage and a brokeo h-ait. ine gentleman uow spends his summers in (HtMuuHi,-, isawta, mating otner connections and other conquest, while the lady still cling to the inemorrmf a hvtrnna. .l.v tk,h .- many thing to be Been la Washington at this season of the yesr which escape notice la the , uuu tuv vuuiicHiunn season. Almost an evenlnff One Can And an Ulnar ration nf Ihl, frn-i A figure in a tattered Ureas, whoae only claim to be called a dress is tbst It coven a female form, holds OUt a trcmblinc hand for a few renta tn buy bread.- A look futo the bleared and Mood shot eyes, and a glance at the toothless, dis torted mouth, Is convincing evidence that whisky, rather man bread, consulates the Cravlmr Of the dllsnldstail hair hefot-a tirn A nd yet those bleared eyes were but a few yean ago bright mi spstkllng, and those bloated lips were the envy of msny wives, whose husband were o, t uiu w ! i ii cm icaueriy, ana tne tremuliug band CaZSiedWItn lewelS. tha arlfla nt man kvh,. even now roll aioott the Avenue In their car rlagea without deigning a nickel for the drunkard .uiuau. . ua uumrcea ui auriiuant member or (JjnzrOSS from North Carolina thla wuiiki specimen thon occupied the moat luxuriant apanmeuts and enjoyed all the luxury which money could purchase, while ail tha tThriatian money could oarchue, while all the Christian statesmen of the day, who had left their wive at home, vud with each otber in.ucn delicate at tentions aa ahe would accept, for ahe was dainty then. Now she hover between tbe rum mm of 1 In point of fsct, apart from social prejadlco or (dictates of fashion, Washington ta p.easanter iiviiir uu tun wnrinnni during the anmmer than the winter. The sanitary condition of the city is extremely favorable, and the doctors' business chiefly coo fined tn nbatftrlra and Infanta comntalnia Most of the physlclsna have accordingly gone away, tore mer wun lawyers, preacnera an other professions) gentlemen, who think they can ret more comfort out of a cot or a closet In a crowded waten n a- nlara than In convenient uuuace or apartments at nome. PERHONAT. a tt l.air.. th. u.i.ii.k..A il. i.. ni.Bm ntuuiuaui id uunauci ui mo oinr, and Dr. Toner leave this morning for a few wee i a rnn to vt aiia mtinnur ami tna mnnntaina of West irgtnls. U. f.MAatt ... Ik. Va. . Ik. .a- jni. Airs n. a vui, tna iuiiivi tua lainiiua iirrat interview wun Benator cameron, is town, Matoe John M. Carson, a well-known loom lt of Philadelphia,! in the city, looking after wcntenuiai mantra, air. c arson is aorompanica by Captain Charles II, Addicka, another Phila delphia Journalist, and famous a a dramatia critic Mr. Ilayward M. natch In son and wife will sal) for Europe la th Adriatic on September 7, to be gone, we are glad to say, for only two months, Mr. Copeland an 1 wife are at Long Branch. CJoLJlm Cavenanrh andwifaar anndinae few week at Wlikeabarre, among the mountain of Pennsylvania. ,Mr. Bsrier. the estimable rsahier at Wlllard, iT"f "V. P9? "7r .w" w ""? Pimiiar position at tne Ytinasor nouee innew York city. Lake Georaa and Maraloo-a. o uwlvu " uaa gone to Mr. ell Llrown.theVnunffanil handanmaehlef clerk of the Slate Department, will leave Ina tsn uaja vu wnti visit 10 nis nnlDS on 10 e beauutm Cayuga lake. In New ork state. , n, iwwici, oi tna nrra oi uoteier A Bro., of this city, who has been makings busi ness trip to Europe, wilt sail for home on the steamer Cento. knumht a. ii Knn i.h Mm a handsome service aet for the Executive Mansion. The President Is evnected tn tr,l ht Wednesday evening, and will remain one day. It IS Bald that OWlna tn tha aarlnnarnnditlnn nf Mr. Dent's health, tbe father of Mn. Grant, the entire family of the President win leave th aa ahore by tbe loth of September and return to 11 aauingtoa lor me winter. A. ll Mnllolt inunlaln ,hiIIuI .( - - -... .. , ...ub U.Arvt, Al I i, cu civ jnicmi uiuruinajaiur an aoaence 01 ftix Week, during Which time ba haa made a tho. rough inspection of ell the public building on the raclflo coast and commenced (be erection of tne new appraiser? stores at sen t rancisco. TUB HPIRIT OF TUB PBEMA. TDI candidate of the DOUto-baor nartv of Iowa la Vale. If the Vale of the potato-bag Party could be lifted, tha hnnihl vlaao-a nf tha grinning Mokanna behind would be exhibited to tbe aatonlabed farmer, and they would be ut deceived. Ckltmgn roil. Tni real fteiar of tbe United Btates seems to be young Bennett, of tbe UeralJ. He hu been seizing onto everybody of note for some time back, and trying each in turn. In the hope of satisfying thetxactingdemands of the European department of the iIfratJ,ntiurttU (fUjitr- Wi do not aay tbat the schools of South Caro lina are perfect, we know they are yet Intbeir infancy, we see by the published report where -r-vm. uuuauua udiic oiatcs apcuu lUIIUOQr, WO are Convinced that ranch mora ramalna tn k. dune than has been done, and we shall not rest for providing every child in th fltat with common school educstlon free from the lnou- ence ui any mure a or UOgma loreign to the pur poaes or a free common acbool system. CAarfrs- ,ui. yj, v. vnrvnicir, Im the name of a much-plundered nconle. let tbla proposed assumption of Southern State debt by the United state be rejected at once. We see It stated In dispatches that the scheme win be seriously pressed; tbat some conspicuous itcpuuucaus vaucu aa uuuerj are "in it, and that the united aupport of all th southern mem- wia, witn many rtonocrn. i expected lor it. It any act of men want to bury themselves and their party under a load of public indignation from whli-h not nnanl ihain nan ......K. -- W..VH. w.u v.u tiTi vtvauc. let them try this business a the shortest snd surest roid. ifiaseurf lumecrat. StasoM after season the hotels bivo been so crowded, landlords hare ao long fattened off the uncomplaining public, tney have ao long looked upon tbe entertainment of a traveler as a favor to htm, ratber than to the bouse, tbat their necks are somewhat hardened and their spine refuse 1 he losse of this season will be really gains to them If. bV them, thev ar tano-ht imiim,i dependent ones; that travelers were not made vi wicui, uu uiev tor iraveien; mat, in the long run, tbe reasonable 1 the mo e remunerative, and that their cure" la Chnannaa. iin.ln.,. Impartial attention and courtesy. Cincinnati It is rinrxcTLT plain that we ran carrv this state whenever men of Republican nrinci. pie can act together. Differing a they have In tbe past, and about otber things, upon one thing, we think, they are to-day heartily agreed, that the Bourbon Dcuiocracv nnvht t tut mrni nut of power tn thl Bute, and tbe government con trolled henceforth by men of Republican convic tion and view. It they are thus agreed about mo oniy essenuai tniog, what nindera agree ment about trifles t W propoae a union for the restoration of Republican rule lu Missouri -a union In which there shall he innitfnpiin.. can deserve It, and no second-class carl Af. ACqtnxsx who began to make clgan in l&eo In San Francisco was the first who tried hi hand there at tbat occupation. In 13,0 tbe Cnineae workera in that trade numbered 1,637, aud now tbey are n,6J. since mio the shoe maker of the same race in the same city In creased from KM to 8,700; the butchen from 8 to 114, and there are now 1,100 Chinese sewlng-ma-chine operatives lo the same place, where sowing girls have become almost entirely unknown. As launderers, household servants, farmers, gar deners, barber and lahnrra tha wn.t nn th . aviuu whi u emcieutiy anu Bl sucn low Wages t All.fUl kilt. ! .A lm,B ..AM... !... . Ti-- nuiv-, yiHiij tu utlj kuiuirciiitou irum lUS white population. Bujalo Courier. Wauorx Jeff, wui stick to his faith in th Boutnern women, for the moment they begin to auow memscjres to oe reconstructed by the In dux of Northern "carneuhaiTirara' tha i-,um n the Confederacy will be hopeless, indeed. Let Jeff., by ail means,sUck to th Southern women, for It tbey fall bun there will be no resort except to the "last ditch." Tu sensible people tbeee utterancea of Jeff. Davis are bitcriy absurd. We can account for them upon no other theory than the Democracy with a view of convincing them that he IS Ibe fittest candidate for tarn iimn. cratlo nomination to the Presidency. Owtgont -"7 -". Ix a word, Incautious legislation and some not very profound decision of the court have made tne oninion nrevalent that railroads .-an keep firm, without liability to examination, re view, and abatement, every franchise bestowed in the original grant that tbe right are vested. If it 10, then the Bute is so far not a aover elan. Ita rlrht of domain ami nf taxation ar Impaired. The supreme power is not supreme. awuk uia j iu uu uutii tne cuwuiouiiy are bound hand and fooL Kail roads and other nor. poratlons msy become supreme, and the people and their governments will be at tbe merry of tucae iuwui puncra, umiiTnorv utuciia I4WJ e rut ) Wi srixiT, however, tbat whenever the De mocracy begin to rare about the debt It Is de cidedly in order to recall their responsibility therefor. Nineteen twentieths, at least, of thla burden Is chargeable to the enlovmentof that i.j......m. i:.-- .,.- .rr -- -" iiuiKLtiuBiwiv lUAury, tiie ceuiucraiio party. Two thirds Of all the eibendlture for national furpoees has been entailed upon the country by be effort of Democrat to destroy It, To be uore vxpncis we pay interest amounting every ear to over a hundred millions on debt created t a Democratlo Insurrection. Ua nar. neran. num, over thirty million in pensions to widows and to soldiers maimed in. auelllnff it. The claims of States for aid afforded, and of loyal citizens for property appropriated to publlo use, la crushing the rebellion are also tt 11 a tax upon m umvuti vAbucifuci. lucav iuu otaer IiemB tbst might be meutloncdareall extraordinarv expenses resulting from armed resistance to the couaututtou auu tue laws vj uemocraia wno were then and are now In srno.1 atamimir with tti.lah.t4w S, ....... t.u. - t .tisii iai i j, vnw ami, vrariHii, Tub speech of Jefferaon Davis before the Southern Historical Society yeatcrday 1 on- wonoy otnonest imiignauon, and can scarcely Provoke contemDL Ills nart in the alAvehaider' rebellion was dignified by no exhibition of cour age or aelf-sacrlnce, and hi devotion to wbat with shabby sentlmenuitsm Is styled the "lost cense," wa characterised by petty Jealousies and meanness, and paltry vanity, not once re deemed by tbe display of a single statesmanlike Quality. The success of the rebellion was. in jij sivut. uu ifuaaiuic, uuiu, liaatCUCU 11B OVBr- throw. When, therefore, ha attemnta m theatri cal display, and declarea that "we Dave beea more cueaieu man couqurreu ny ine r resident. Congress and general of the United States, ami that bad "we1 anticipated wbat followed we wuum touaj nave uecu iree, ine periormsnce Is too empty to excite derision, while there noth ing in the man nor his career to Inspire pity at Ir ts high time that we In the West should be stir ourselves to the necessity of making aJe- nuate TjrOVlalon for thaa.lncatlon of nnrtnnih ihere are some chain in the cone of our country which even a graduate with honon is regarded a incapable of filling until be baa fcutivius jcki m a uviuian or auimu uur vertity. This should not be. We are advancing in the acuulsitlon ot wealth with unprecedented strides, whv should wa not msku such nrovl sloa for the education of our youth as will place us on a level with the most favored Institutions of the Old world? Let tne colleges woicn are now dragging out a precarious existence on endow ment of finu,oiHi and aJ,Oiio, subside Into re spectable high schools and academies, feeder to universities and colleges worthy of the name, and let no charter be granted to Institutions as 1 Burning collegiate and university functions until It shall be made evident tbat that provision 1 made for a respectable faculty above starvation allowance, and for thoroueh tnatmi-tinn in amh a number of department a will afford an op- uuitiiui.,1 ,ui H.-uiaiisatiuu in any oi tna nun dred directions of mental activity, Lou (ni lit CVwrisrVviuriMi, A STEAMBOAT EXPLOSIOS. MEX AND WOMEN BWWXIaSTOTHB AIR. The Deairarilaaer the Ill-Faled ftteaaier deorga Walfe-l.I.t af the Killed aad Waaadrd-The Caaae ribe Fipleal. Enveloped la .Ifyatery, Mivrvta. Aorutt St. The ateamap Jnlla it. r I ve.1 here about 11 o'clock to-day, bringing most of the i arrl Tore of the ill-fated George Wolfe. Among them was Captain Henry 8. Carter, her commander, who wa considerably bruised about the head and had hla left leg also badly bruised. Captain Cirter atate that a abort Ume before th explosion he had gone to bis room to take a nap, leaving the mate on watch, and the Ont he knew of the accident wa that he felt himself lifted Into tb air wltb a severe shock, and fell with the debrl on the lower deck. A ooa a he could extricate himself ha a-lanced around, and saw that the forward part of the cabin aod texas had been blown awar aft to tha boiler, and that soma of the timK.-. haA t.t.n I . ,,. V . . L. I fire. Hla flnt thought was to extinguish the names, which, with the aid of a few ot ben and a heavy rata that was falling at tba ume, he oon succeeded in doing. Meanwhile one of the crew, who had been but slightly Injured, seeing that tbe wreck had drifted near the shore. Jumped out with the head-line, and made ber raat, wnen it wu found that the boat bad been but little Injured, except as already stated. as soon aa the fire was extinguished every. tbiog possible was done to relieve th sufferers. The captain states she had only tea or twelve cabin passengers, only one of whom wu lost- Mr. Nelson, a piano tuner from New York, ared about sixty years. Owing to tbe condition of widen, the cierk, who wu severely burned about tbe chest and throat, It wu impossible to obtain a list of the pauengen frem him, aod the books were ail lost, a us Rebecca Cohen, of Jefferson. Texas, who wu accompanied by her cousin, W, solmously, of Paris, Texas, states ahe wuon the forward guard of the boat, and owing to the severity of th storm wblcb wu niglof re msrked, "let ua go into the cabin, and Just u ahe arose the exploalon occurred andihowu blown Into the river, where seeing a man sear ah grasped him by the neck, and he told her to catch his left arm or she would drown both, which she did, and soon after a spar came float ing by, which he seized and they held It. floating down the river for a long distance, until tbe barber of the boat came to their assistance with a pole, which her preserver caught aud still hold ing on to the spar they were safety landed on shore. anas Cohen wu considerably bruised. The passengers spoke lathe highest terms of tte conduct of the officers, especially of Captain carter ana tne Btewara, notwithstanding that the former wu severely Injured be was most active in the work ot relieving othen and extin guishing tne ore. The following Is a list of those lost u far aa bu been ascertained: Peter Helper, second en gineer; Mr. Nelson, of New York; Mr. Dawson wife and two children, of Shrereport; 0. U. White, of Michigan, belonging to tbe Trans Atlantlo circus, and aeven colored men, four of whom were found and buried. Tbe following are tbe wounded, all of whom reside tn sr, Louis, except when otherwise stated: Captain Carter, Joseph II. Widen, clerk, severely In hesd and cheat; Jamea Donobue, pilot, left leg badly sprained; Jamea Conohan, bruised about the bead; Coleborn, pilot, slightly la tbe head and body; John Couraene, engineer, right shoulder sprained; McCarthy, barkeeper, slightly bruised ana scalded; Herman Mahaffy, steward, nightly; Jamea Smith, third cook, left arm and foot scalded; Mrs. Friable, Shrereport, cut In the right side, aud her daughter Lens, ankle sprained. The following colored mcnarelntbehoanitai at Helena, badly hurt: Billy Burton, of Naih vine; Burt Nubby, of St. Lool; Perry Reldy, cf Bowling Green, Ky. Geo, Cbatterman, colored, ot New Orleans, wu blown overboard and drowned. Tbe engineer states that Helper, tho second engineer, who wu on duty at tbe time of tho ex plosion, wu one ot the most reliable and com petent men he ever aaw, and can give no theory u to the cause ot the explosion. The lut seen ot Helper wu by the carpenter, who aw b m try tb gauge, and Just u ho put down tbe stick tbe explosion occurred. Persons on shore who uw the exploalon state that bodies and frig, menu ot timber were blow CO feet Into the sir. captain carter and tbe survivors spesk in warm terms of tho usisunce rendered br tho ofllcen or the G. O. Cneck and Juiu la relieving their want. A HAILUOAll ACCIDENT. Nameraa Passenger Iaja red la dig an at tlerraaw EanlgraHla. Wnikuxa, WBrr Va, August IL An acel. dent occurred on the Baltimore and Ohio rail road to-day, four tniiea from Cameron, by which three or four German emlgranu were fatally in Jured.andflfteenortwenty wounded. Tbe ac cident wu caused by tbe spreading of the trick which threw the tender, exprea car and one passenger car down an embankment and all tha ooachea off tbe track, Tbe coach that went over ine oaoa some niteea or twenty reet with eom eventy or eighty meo, women and chi'dren turned bottom upwhrda. Some of the emigrant became enraged, winking the engineer aud con ductor were trying to kill them, aud wt upon the ofllcen of tbe train with atone. Tbeomceranedto nee Tor their lives. In an hour or so after the accident occurred the ex press train, which wu an hour and a half late, came up, and IU otneera, directed by t'apuiu Davis, who wu a passenger, rendered all Deces- auj eticuiiuu to tue wouuuni, a COUpIO Oi surgeons were sent from Cameron, and uaoou as the track wu cleared the unlucky emlgranu were sent to Beliaire, where erery comrorr wa supplied to them. No blame U auacbedtoauy one for tbe accident. asv llENEKAI. NEWh. The subscription In England In behalf of Mt rio now amoonu to $30,000, Tuna Is a beard-and-moustache exhibition to progress near London, and women are the Judges. PrxxntTON, tbe Chtcsgo detective, hu In press a book, entitled "Tbe Bankers, tbelr Vaulu and tbe Burglars." Tni women of Wyoming are In arms, not so cially, but politically. They propose to nominate one of two ladles at candidates for the Legiala ture, and support the party which ratine the nomination. FoiTT-xrag giils who attend clgar-ho in Chicago were brought before the Judge the ther morning. He aald he could not see wberels U;t differed from their mttn of tbe street, and fined mcui aii. cmeago cigar auops witaglTISIT them an notoriously bad. Tog dally supply of water to Pari and London I enormou. London uaea one hundred and nine millions of gallons, and Paris about seventy mil lion gallons. The mode of distributing in Paris 1 very aim ale, Anvergnau being tbe principal carriers, using a pole aiuug acroas the shoulder. with two water-buckeu dangling at tbe end. A Frenchman' idea of the use of water 1 to an American, and even more to an Englishman comically eoonomlcai. A unn dated Seaford. DeL. loth instant, tn tbe Philadelphia UJpr, uys: Tho great busl- neaa acre at prcaeni me snipmem of peaches, u It Is all along tbe Delaware road up to Dover! At this point aud below the crop Is the Urgest ever known, one grower suungtbat he would realize ito.uw this year from an orchard lhat lut year wu a tout failure. This is not an iso lated cue, but seem to be general in all the lower aectlon of the Btate where the crop failed lut year. Tbesblpmenu along the line of the road to-day were the heaviest of the season, amounting In all to about one hundred and fifty car-load to Now York aud forty to Philadel phia. At a recent meeting ot the board of sute prison Inspecton at Auburn, It wu resolved to return to one or two tundos of punishment In the prisons of the sute. ll is understood that In spector Graves wm the peraoa who favored the doing awsy of all punishment, but he wss over ruled at the Auburn meeting, and Sing Sing prisoner are now punished wbeu they disobey order. The punishment consiauof tying the culprit up by tbe thumb, or placing him In a dark cell. Since the convicu have been made to understand that punlshmenu bsve been re sumed they bavo shown an inclination to be obedlebL A week ago It was a common thing for a convict to Insult a keeper, but now tho dread of thumu-tyUig or tbo dark ceil kuepa him to bis place. Tua Wilmington Cvmwrtial say tbat on Tuesday last, while working In the woods, Wm. Palmer, of Concord, Del ware county, wu struck uy iigmuiug. -ina curreni euierou oeiow the left shoulder-blade ami passed down the left side, tearing and burning the skin, but nut In juring the clothes in auy wsy. Mr. Palmer wa uoi aiuuuou in tue icaat, um iei uiaj0eil lu 110 down, and ao walked to a good place, where ho prostrated himself, aod msiructeil hi son to throw some water over him, when he, the eon, took hi shoe and earned some water, which bu dashed on bl lather. Mr. Palmer was after ward Uken home, and bat not yet recovered from tbe shock received. He had beeu driving wedges with a maul at tbe time ho wu struck, aud the haudie of that Implement wu shivered to splinters by tbo curreul which struck him.