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lJWflFKS-.' , rTi4 -r.jMn,ia THE NATIONAL KEPUBLICAN, SATUlipAY MORNING, SEPTEMI3WK 8, 1877. gtattottal gtpuMtara. vr, j. MunTAoii... ...raornirron BATUnOATirTrnwwTrtttKPTEMBKni H77 c yudJtAA'cy, Ouoof tbftinoU In Ureal! ug pap re read nt Hit? mml Social ioianoe confer ws out by Trofuiuor AVATLAJ.D on lite subject orprofrMlooat ragrancj, Tb tramp nut Mnce hi long btn nch a fflgnntla evil that H tt vrrradcrftil that no rtrccluul reme dy hns been dcvtMd for it, Ow iviison Tor tnlaufglecthaadoaHlex Wen Ui Iteller that the gtH vtm but ft terapmnry on pio durcd bj hard time. I.tiwrieiic Ims Mwwu, however, qnitetuttflfUiturlly that v ffTncY tt produced bj cause deeir than mere Inability to get work. It Is owing ul most rntlirlr to moral cntisca, mid tlm return ofjeood limce would not remedy the eriL Even now tramp- abound in agrlcut tnral rrgton milTeiing for the want of la bor!. In treating of Ihbn1jet there should of Hmwldl broad dbctlnctloo made Imtween IhOH who liav leen reduced tu poverty by pbvslonl Jnflrmltvtr menial Imbtxilthr, aud thoee ablavltodled pontoua who are alii to worfc, bat re unwilling to do no, pro Trrring to snbdst upon what they oui pick . tip by ft life of vagrancy. Whilst!. fori net lire entitled to hftve the hint ample pruvl tMoiw made for them at the public expense, the Utter fthoa.d be. made tb anlrjriUnT iMTore reirtricttv lefWaUm., pertally oh Jsartr idlenoav h Tory vpt In Uwd 1 the com miMkm orrimes. IliiuH iwieu found prao UouUy that themoml cbarattcrof tramps ju a das ia utterly depraved, and u Ittigw pereeutugeofthe criminal otTensu commit ted iu tie nual districts 1 chargeable to them, 'I-oavtug ont of rlew entirely the criminal fMpeet of the ewe, the tax which the vi BranU now lery npnn the ludua.rj of ILu united State annually U enormous. A yaat army of men ax maintained in Idle nM by the frugal sd Industrious dtiseua. 21 I very hod uonrauy to nuke audi a ti f ureaii now ao badly lsewded tor the dU riwiveor lit oormone public mod private iawJobtedue of the country Instead of Mlowlriff vlimrous ntea to enend their time In axtortlng a It ring ont of the earnings of the Industrious, they alionld be compelled by their own labor to auppoit tbuueive and uai tribute something towards th aup .wt of the Government Tb plan advocated by ProC WAYLAND Jjm attaining this resit It aeeuu to urn er CeotW wnuiliombU. Ilk titODoaitl la that officer ahail be appointed Iu district of proper sue, woo auau blr buihltog sitli- Die lor ana connnement and employnieul of ncranta. The ruanaseiii tur lo uwn an account with all the prisonem, charging theni with their board and main tenant. And crediting tnem with fair and raiu Able oompensatloa for the labor performed by Uiein, and nt the end of the term of sen tence paylog them such balance m mbftll be fbund due to them It U a matter of the ntmoet Importnnr that all profeAilonal begglug nhould be pro lilhltrd, for wherever It u allowed there U , nMeiuarlly more or lew lmpo4ltlon. The Jirluilple already prevail by taw that iwli community moat look after lUtown poor. H'his rule, if nforoed( would do away with the ueoeoalty of YOfcrancy, and render it a criminal ofienaa. The poor law and char itahl inntilntiont nuvk ampU provWoni fcr Uie really needy at home. Those who go abroad to eek aid do not do It from ne aityfbnt !Vom aUilvier uiottrea Tag ran cy will Tanieh a ooou a it la uudentood that able-bodied pereona who nr found wonder iog throtish th country begging for dothee or inoa win r at one arrratea and put to frotk. SMAyCE. (t hi now nearly ninety year sine the people of Tmuoe began their etrucgle to efttnbllah ftm goveiument iu that country. 33i contHt ha Vevn on erentful one and fuller TteiMltiules. Th H-ench Itermhhc, ulthough ofUn despaired of br nearly all mankind, has always been an oliject of the howol many devoted friend. The hUtory of her failurea in a Mod but irwrructlre one, for It demonstrate how eentlal popular tIiUi find iutelligence are tomiucasof lief government. Titer are many evidences, honerer, that the long discipline which the French jk'o ile have been subjected to btu gradually improved their chnrncter. Alarehil JIt Mation has lieen making an opn nnd lniot avowed effort to overthrow the Ite fuh1Ic, but 1 for from liaving thing nil hi owu way, Notwithstanding his shamerul Intcrferenco with the freedom of election, th Kepublioans will, qnlto likely, galu a ti added Tlctory. lhey liute reoeivetl great they, through every trial of thiswrt, bttio pouut)iiea tUenuH'lvtwi ruu prwcrvea good vrdrr. The fact that the Republican were not llirown Into confusion by th death of their enrabb leader. M. TllIKRtf. nhowa that they Iiat made substantial pTOgreas in that Klf-pOKACs.iion In trying cmergenctos which bo necemary for those wltodmlre to secure no retain uu privilege orneir-government. AVhil th enemlwof free imtitutions are fllvldetl Into numerous factlou,the generous coadtietuf M. Gamhrtta in waiving hi own claims to the leadership of hi party Indicate that llie Iteuublloans are animated "by a spirit Tfhidi will pi event the fruit of amir victory irotn nelng lost by dinsenslons The outlook from the French Hepuhlio i upon th wuj1a hopeful. It may be Uut lanihal MaoMahun will succeed In fltramiling It, and tlm again pmtiione the Tralbutton nf the hope of the friend of liberty. Jlut however tliat may be, we are grutlrttil m Americans to note the fuct that the people of Fmnceare evidently gradually acquiring the liabiU and ilur&cterietUu nrhhb will ultimately enable them to be oonte a self-governlngrace. While persovrr--Ing 1 n't he good work they may be nwircd itluit they have the good wishes of the jwo jdeof this Republic. (JKEWnACKS. The advocate of the theory of establish ing a greenbatk currency interchangeable for bonds Waring 311.1 per cent Interest are now called upon to defend their favorite plan from a very serious objection. ,ThU objection )i noiiimg less man mai it wuuiu be uttirly ImitOMtible to keep the green lucks In circulation as pioposcd. As fast us tiinetl tliey would be converted Into n form in which they would bear intercut, no that, Instead of having a greenback enr ,rcuor, we would have it cumbensome iu 4reetlH'iirintr bond currency, it would lie -lmpOMlble to ktepnenrremy afloat which could o readily lw put in a form in vvhkh it would be a source of profit to the holder. The greenbacks would Inttvitnbly disappear, and In place of them the interest -1 taring iiornls would largely circulate from haud to huiul, Jdiirent interwt being added In tnuklng the transfers. If that scheme should ever bo adopted it would probably be accompanied by the restoration of tha sliver dollar to our cur rency, but thU measure instead of facili tating tlf drculatlon of greenback as cur -Twicy would only enable the country to gel along betUr -without tliera. If thirty or fbrty millions of silver were issuedannually wa would soon hare a currency composed iduslvely of silver. Till fact will make tt itecemory for th friend of greenbacks to ,rrajr themoelves Iu oppwitlou to the advo caiea of silver, although they an now In some plce by ahi strange freak of po litical nfflnlty, allied with each other. It seems quite evident that If we are steu to have a greenluick enrrency It must he nn exclusive one, with the feature of in Inconvertibility omitted. In other words, It must be nn irredeemable currency, with all It concomitant evIK It Is n great pity lliata scheme an Improcttcnbleasthat of m-talliMhItiiAgrcuilni(.kturrtiicylntcrdinnge-nble fr bonds has the sanction of n few eminent stntcHinen, for the odtneacy of tint plan enn otilv rt-tanl a return to lite use of a measure or values which his n stability iu worth and fiinlfty powd only by th precious metals. The doom fpr1yrnir In Uth U scaled, it died with JlaiuifiM giind. TwruDliM Wuii to riitetUln tlis tmbllc with a lilnUiry of Nw Yik city politic. The narrauvo opeiu well. A rsaioiurc. has Un prrJwtM hv the UHtorlral B-xIrty uT lu-tlln. wl.lrli li to Lo ilttlsbr1 ni lntfrrJi of yitsrs. Tlieclrciini sUiuoa Is an bitf rMttne oua, for It shows the IwticjiroornTinati h'tUnthlp, which Is will ratf wait tlrrouicli Interval 'if uvts for tho an poaranreor s ixirlifllcHl In which the cuo nillr oiwllrrd tosnlts ut liUtorltsl inquiry will b iiminnd nn. Tli ft work will I lit va1itsll as a rallahle rnvlow of th progress of iiuiwrtui riufijr. WiLUlW t.ivMMAN. lh rnniUa WiUUHpr who dlnd t month, wms mji arconiilUlied writer waII as a iublfshr. Ills "Jllslory nfUt Llrnaiid TImo nf ftlward 111." H a work nrllioronith mid learned, t exarch , writ ten In a olour and dlttnlfled stjlo, worthy of tbasuljoot. lUalitu wmlfi a liUturr of St. li.nrealli1rsl In I-omlon, In whlih h ave an account not only of tin mmrut srrtictuie. bnt of Its two pre decosw r The tnrtUl nf tlieiMi rant sujkmU tlmt Mils caplUI has as yet uo uiiufxirki rti wnicii any one cau ncomo tho hUtoiUn, nor liav we any publishers her to empluy theii efrgsnt llsir la author ship. TlieM ai things, we hoje, of the not distant future. It has orrKX Ihviii eharal that th Ameri can pttopl hvti no Irur aiinrMlstln of the art. m fnipletly are thoy almrbd (a the Misuims or monylllnjr inu rnot thai tli Government does so llltto to palronlx art sires soma cohir to the juitloeof theuhsrge. it is qnice ekbirwtiie in In a.uroMan eoan- trie In which thn fine art are so dourlthlnit Fur eiamole. th rrench vlnvernmnnt has lust puMUlit-d, hi ntfliiflld styl. the first two parts of a "General luvantory of Ui Art Treasure f r rancM." i n work is tdtud iy a eommis ston appointed fr that (MiriMAe. Hi parts Jtut punlishod deal m1oly with the tvllf-lons ntiqulllAS of Pjtrii. We need In Washington au art otumlssiim, which slioutd havosiierlal rharvoof tho task of embellish in 7 this capital lulUhly with work of art This ftuhjrt Nhould Ikj thought of aud talkrd alvul until th appointnienLnf uch a Cora tnlw ton U de manded by puhhi! opinion. Fbuxcp rsDFit MaiMstiov Is altennhllc but In uauie. In Franco thro Is no hWrty. Tyranny and desjiotiim rules. At the ap proacmnfT oiertnm every ireemsn tnmugnoitt th world fuinlly entertains the hope that the French ponpl will hr their ballot hml the dtwiiot alAdvUnoK fromnower. Itlsfurthem todrcide whither they will lire as slaves or freemen. The French ar a noble neonlc. too uobl to sOI tbetr llliertlos thonply. Under tli iiieuiorshipor MAtvi vuox lis government uas uccoin a rounierrart nt inator intkev and Kumla. If France desires th Itepuhlh, let a man likv Gaurktta be chosen as the ohlefesocutlv. If France veaini for th Km pint, let the son of lyii'is Napolicon eseend tne tn rone of his lather lint let the liepuMic or the Hun lr be so In fact as woll as In uanie. Th United Btatos, which Is th great Republic or tn world, cannot itormlt th name that is synunymous with liberty to t prostituted. We KHTlRfXY Approve of th timely and energetiu action of the holders of lf Insurance tiolicles In this District In taking measure to secor themselves so far m posslblo against Inssea reauUIng from the failures of the com panic We fear, how ever, that the practical results 01 tneir aeitou win not neerr irresi. for an Insurance rompuuy Id th hands of a receiver generally dwindles into financial In- siirninoanc. 1 here is no reason wnv the citi- sens of this District should not have safe and cheap life Insurance by means of a home com pany, tone incorporated by UongreM. J no dMirrd Mimrity could be obtained bv rooulr- lug the assrta to bs invested In Government tmuds and deposited with the Treasurer of the united mates mwond the control or tbe om ccrs. and bv bavins' its manasement fre quently Impeded by expert in tbe same mauncT as national bank aro now examined. A company thus organized and supervised would not only do a Kd business In this Dis trict, but would become a favorite throughout the Unlou on aouovul of the absolute security which it would afford to policy holders. Now in at the Cullectorshtp of the New York Custom house is to be vacated by the removal of the Incumbent Arthub the Presi dent might consider th following application, which has boon on file at the White llous for several years : CMtoAoo,Jau 3d, ISM DrARPin, Som 0 wj frieiuL in lit Jfett I'd (Uttvtitwm in Cunffreu want we to be collector 0 Sew ) ork J tJuUI U ffUd to Mate Ual (rt, and accord tmyly addrtm myif dirtctly to you. J have been n rtriitml a AVw York rftgor neirty her nig feari, till ajetwnumth$tinct,wha com here onUaxinp the War Depot ImmU. Imw .i i'vrk,(U Merchants osJ ttt jmtitkiam. but by ream 4 mv roaaedioa KtXA (Ar flitr Dffnirb it knve frra ibeent, to as to befreerom aXi iJenttfcolion uiUlthe 'Uttal factions andcmtnnJairtrover$lubyuhuh tht Union jtarty time hni txvti tueh dakleJ. IMrretkat there is mo jwtvih ff any prominent in fif party tkve appoint vint tvoxd fhx ifreatee gwrtxl snttsfa&fan than ntne, StujidJ you be disponed so far to entertain Ute ilea as touUhfuf lufonitation concerning my rn pJCity to adtuinUttr Ut ojict, Ikere is no One uho cuh tuitfje bctUr at to font titan Sir, Stanton, M nieal'f (An Ian mydfcotttent ttf performing tt t duties, sttuulJ Vity be intrusted to we to the ad rantage of the public service and to war trtfirt talis- faction. J at, twA profound rttptct, your fatUifnl tmaiu, Chablm A. Dana. To His RxceRenoy the Prtsi lent. Commissioner Bryak li the right man In the right place. Tns preparation, for the melting of Congress are not confined to the Capitol. Bam Carst, of Ohio, offers to make greenback speeches at f 13 per night. ' Poor preach, poor pay, Tint correspondents were pit tn their wits' ends ye'terJ-y It mm almost tmpouiblo to Invent news. Stan lev Matthews huchr-Uet geJ Tom Evrrso to meet him on th stump, and th latter liu ac cepted, BecftKTARY Bhrsiav ought to look shsrply Into tho working of tho Solicitors office at hlsca-Mctt convcnte'ice, Jipob HirHRE.shaj not ct Joined the Mrs It II II Temperance Association lie li waling fur lioii Piatt to Join fir.t pHOCLOany vacancy occur In the SirnNoDiLt commlulon.lt hu ben dctermtrel toie'ectMr, K B'X, of tbe Philadelphia Press, to fill tho same John G. Thompson the bcrgcant at Airosof the Houic, list Uuii liesrd from He Is In Columbus e inducting the Ohio campaign for the Democracy Th Kep-iblican are, iberorore, coundentof vie lory. IrTiiEiupportoflho Admtultl atlon by tbe Re publican part) of New York at their convention on the th Instant dpuds upon th oonii nuance In office of AaTHua.CoaNEU. and imurt U Is too chDAp to be worth buying Tin Chicago Timet says Jonx Morrmey wants tojotuthe worklngmen s party. H say. ht la a uorklngman. No on who hu ever keen the per splratlon tisnd on bis man!) brow a bo whipsawud ihegeulal stranger on the turn will have tho hardi hood to deny It, Thatamauof MosRKErs dU rt)putWe note csd.uts ihguld out a promiicut a ure In Amerlcsn politics U'ofteVfih most humlll sting upectsclcs of the prewnt itecade. WrtT dlMntesrttlon keens irolng n. A Deno- erttteCongreMinsnappotnted a colored esdet th other dsr, and now the nswa comes that the Demo crat of JJmtalppI liav nommttwl two colored candMstes fur the ItU1aturela thai gut. Let the color tine bo abolUhed. Tns Mascliuscttf grccnbsck party have nomh tiatcd WrtntLt. lniutrs fur Oorcrnot upon piauorm wnicn octnsna unlimited greenback and the remonctfMtlon of sllrer. It was well enough to add the tltrer plank, for It wltl t e badly neeuea wnrn wr miLiirs glros uian unlimited Issue or greenbacks. I'KROXAL. Hon. J. n. Senkr, of Virginia, Is at th Metropolitan. Mr, FarPKRKK Wu.Tiiom, Ml tor and proprietor or tho Ihilsdvlphl trrt lrer, illwl yes tcidsy niornliur, In the vercutleth yr of his age Tub Fope on ThursdAy evening had a slight attack of wt-kmt but with no alarming symn-l'm-. Ho rwm tale h rldsymornlng and worked In his study, but ht Is still weak. It ts now said tlmt Col. H. Clav Crawford, alias (toman lMha, m undent at est tolnt for athnc.hut was expelled fir Mealing. He li de wrtbl as belug tall and stalwart, with a rockhns lxarliig A wutimiabk of Kspoleon Is on exhibition jn hiclfinatt. It Is said lube an exoellont proof, bavin been taken from the nrlxlnal In 1'nrls many ni ago. 1 be pmnie ts handsome aud bold, the iiom) bung ivonlueiit aquiline. Jctt before leaving Boston for Europe. Prof. nrahsm M ot ti'lephoim fame, married the aNKif wr itRMiner n iiutbarii, a dear mute lie Iir I so rawnitly InKtntrtml her that ah nttcrrd rtWiHt tly all the rei'onics ofihe wedding service. Mr, D. F. Dltms, of Savannah, Ga.Who has txnlillhe nitrlct tot the pat month In the niHziivt ui Biirvtrn nuiitit.il at iMiva.pikiiii niKiiuinc- tillVH, IHIVt (til IIIO -1,117 vl H'"fr II1M VTVII Ing During Mr. Dennis snlourn In tbe city he hu made many friends who will greatly regret his do James Rimfil lwra'i ousrtcn in Madrid are ald lo be one or the mot unpretentious 01 nnwH Bin ,ii 1- in mo neurnnornooa oiuie Ut bookitall-, the author of th "Itiilow Papers' rldntly Intvndi todevotamore time to row-arch in aminue iiicramrf man 10 or feaulugwlth hla friends. A ruspATcn to the New York JTernUX from Richmond. Did, dated the fith Instant says: Hcn suir MorUni la no better. If, Indeed he li not wora than he wu a week ago. Ills father, erand rather and brother did with paralysis, and hla alstor Is now afflicted with It. It is rumorod that Tresldent llayee will visit him to-morrow or Sunday. Mor ton can never recover," The late Slow, chief, Craxy TTorse, was six foet In height, slender, light In color, and about thirty-two years old ills chek twines were not blah, hla feature ware iinall and delicate hlsoznrM. linn wu gentle and md, he was taciturn and ab urni-oimnwi, run a rrrxiem nanng on ine war palh and a magnetic Influence oyer hla followers gave him prominence among the hostile BIoux. JosKpft A. iJovDtir, of Now York, ha com nieurtnl a suit fordlrorre from his wife sfter dls covering upwards nf aUhty leuent aildressed to th derernlant by dlOerentmen In which she Is called "Dear OiNrtiHe,'' Dcare-t.M "ItU" and other nsmr nf Tonilnexa and endearment. A rrpat manr nf Ihe letters sr from the elrtm man, John It Murray. He a)o saw her burn a large number twsJdes thtie eighty. Tttr last porforraanee of the sparkling; little fnindy or -lUhy ' will be gtren at tbe National to night. On Monday Mr rcd Marndcn s new Ira ma entHIM'Otto, or, a name of Chance" will be prceenltxl fntrmluclnf Mr tleorge 8. Knhiht. the nlLhralol Dutch comedian, and the well known Worrell Muter Mr. Knight Is th beet In the pro-fat-ton In hhpertlcnUr line, and the Worrell sis ters ar always received everywhere u general frivoiiti. Thenlar Is dottcrlhod as tx-lnir verr in- terrstlng lively and wttty. and Is sjokenof tn the uigneni lerma nj ine pre ni iniianeipnia. Mr. TRri.AWicv celebrated acconnt of the two great fmets whom he knew In his youth "Rec oIlMrlinuanrtheljut tleviiol Shells and itrurm' . win anoriir ne rppnniisnra,wiin targe ana impor tant additions, amount Ina- nrobeblr to m much u :,. ::-;..- ...... t . ".:c :. : ? 1." a third of the original book The two wood outs wnicii njntren. in in nrti etuuon win reappear, along with another showing th cremation of Hrtel ley. The portrait nf Bhelleywlll he autotyped from the miidnal llthngraph, and another autotype, from a miniature of Hymn nerer before reprodnoed, (It was latoly exhibited among the Byron relics In the Albert hall ) will he added. Mr. llckcrlug will puousn tne new eumon. SpoTTrn Tait, the chief of all the Sioux nation. Is about forty eight ycais of age, five fiwt ten or eleven Inches tall and very dark, and hu a greatvartctyofexprcaalon whan he talk. He hu a brUk sociable manner, a smlllnar face and re- roarkablo Intellectual power. Great arertne-s, politeness, neatness, and a smiling man-nf the world air are hla distinguished traits Ha drinks brsndr. which he tosses off with thealrofadandy. lie la at present employed u scout by tho Gorem ment at a saUry of f 130 per month lie does not limit himself to one wife, and says, "W bite religion no giou, iioj rome on earui, wniie man am mm, Indian wotddn t do that." THREE wekks Auo, a Mrs. Charle R. Tlionie sr.weli known In this cltr. andbr mem Iters of the dramatic profemlrm throughout the country, wu traveling betwren Omaha and Chi cago by sleeping car. she rald a 11 r of diamond ear rings worth lum, hut doubly valuable as be ing the (rift of a relative All sorts of sumrcstlons nn iiMur,iiu b must Tivurow Kmrtii wu 1111m tutel for the mbslng goods, but In rain. At Chi cato an advertisement was Inserted In Ui papers, oflerlng a handsome reward for the return of tho ear-rlnirs at ihe 1 rceum ttieatr In that elty, hut the tame night u Mrs. Thorno wu about to retire to her berth on the sleeping car between Chicago and Detroit, ah was orerjoyed u appeared from an ecstatic Jig which she atralghtway danced to nnu in em in n anauipenra 10m 01 ncr areas. Jennie Smith, of New Orleans, has recentlr delivered an extrajudicial, but seemingly right eonsdecMon. James Csaentre. who hu a wife snd sereral chlllrcn, court cl Maggie Kern's yonnger sister, assuming the name of Joe 'Wagner, and representing hlrawlf as a alngloman When IIITIHil !"-, ItCKUt Ilia, t,v PM MimiKU UtKll, and wu going about among his friends boasting of mncwmmium int it ui wui mr 01m, inrow lime or flour In his face, and then knocked bim down The gsy deceiver spplled for an order of arrei. out me tuuge aisrnargeo ine aiwanani wun IhOMWorila ou have don Jart what you should do As for this man, I liava seen much of human nature, but never In mr lira hare I seen ao much tueaunetalu eo little of (lodsmsJie. tbsro Is a man whoajwnmesaname and represents himself as a single man, 10 mase tore 10 an unprotected iuun wi,buu hwi iiri hmmt am.-ii mil no la a fraud ahe nimlshea him herself bersuso she has no me to do It for her He has the Impudence to call In a court of Jn.tlce and ak for redress I am sorry that the law dues not permit raa to punish himashaotuihl to be. If von had beatblm mora severely ne woum nave got jaxi wnams acKrtca. HOTKh ARHIVALS. York IHnlil. J P NuhandHls I Sa-li. IlllnolM. J It. L lun.. llAA i ! tt -te kf.. ..- l it Mwltl and lanxhtr, Ohio; M MrCormack, Virginia, h. II Myera Hlcboiond V. M Dsrbv, Maryland, F. Aahwell Knd K. Mars, New ork W. Whit Ulch- monn w j. Mar, Maryiana, r h iw-iwicit inioaio. A THREAT AGAINST TUB UNITED STATES. Vrom the New York Commercial Advertiser : Theide facto Government of Mexico seems lotermlned to pick a quarrel with the United Stales for after having seen tbsl Americana utterly (icspuame lnsuiisonereu 10 mem oy tne grand tloouentlrevlnoand the Dlailit dlLurm tbe Mill tary Dictator at Mexloohu allowed one of hla or gans topubthh another and inoro d'rect taunt against ltd country TImj t'nltad Putei ts notified that 1t must recognize President Dlai or withdraw tu diplomatic and cnnsular corps, ftr there ts only one Uovtriiment In .Mexico touo recognUtd and Ihe recognition or noi rwcognttlon of tlie Vulted mate win noiaucriiie isiis" inin it n so how I It that Dlax Is so anxious to be recognlted bv the VVashinirtou Government. wht(.h la not enn cemed In th lesst with Ihe internal affairs of the Mexican Itcpuhltc and which could not, at any rate pronounce upon their real condition previous to the meeting of (Vngrc-s General Diss shows too oiMn1v that what he cares tho most for U. tint ills own itersonaUnierent for If hewer a real pa triot he would understan 1 that In forcing upon us Ihe. withdrawal of our diplomatic and consular (orpiaiaroveiigo for his non recognition, he en dsiiKors the already unsettled relations of ihe two countries. LOVES OF CAPS. FASniONH I-sTFJT-TItK nPVIVAL OF THE HEAIMIEAHOFHIR JOHIIUAHTIUK From the New Yfnrk Hnm We aro told that both young anil married ladles are again to wear dress caps, notllttloorna mental affairs perched on the crown of the head, anchss matrons, have been aflVct'ng. but genuine mob raps andtirbans such aa were worn by the beauties depleted on canvass by tiir Joshua Rey. u&ldiand81r I'eter Lsly.suchas lady MsrWort ley Montagu and Angelica KsuOman and hsr Usilugulahod patroness, ldy Wentwoith. wore. At Htewart a we have a hint of what those caps sr to be Among tha l'arls novelties are found break fast dinner, reception and opera caps They are alt made with crowns sufficiently largo to cover all inv nair except toe iron, rnmpa or love locxs, ana, perhsps, a little fringe In th back of the neck. i ne uretiaiMi tp is usuauy or muaiin, organur, or Swiss It hit ruffles of wrought muaiin or lac breakfast cap Is usually of muaiin, organdy, or It haa rufttca of wrought muslin or lace Torohon, vatenctennea or Smyrna, and a band and luiviivui piiuvhuiih vi uw ina, anu at muu atuii bows of ribbon In eolors and combinations to suit th individual fancy. Two colors of ribbon ar frequently seen on the dressiest breakfast caps, and ihe onntrsft In colors aro very tnarked say marooo ana pal blue or rose pink and osolile ou.te orttliouliadtfotiiJaTopa, Tha dlunuraud recaption ear are also of rausllrror lae net for me crowns; nrv mkt Doraers, ami are trimineu with game ribbons, striped or platted ot crap woven ribbons, frennsntlj two kinds on the same ep flowers small fruits, such as cherries, elder berries, strawberries, grapes, plums and dwarf oranges, the fruits mtqrlsd with th leave and flowersofthelrklnd The effect la fat mor pleas ing man tnigm ne supposed, upon tn opera cap there la tha mot lavi.b eanemllinni of materials. The crowns, of fine sprigged Isces,or of striped gauseur ngit4imA-HK, in an ensnesoi cmfw, r1c, turbsn like, above delicate frills of lace. Mall ncs, akrnoirtine. or revived Veatce point d Angloierrt, forming rich and rttlelous frame for the race Thotilinmlngs.ofgauxcs and fancy rtbUttrombntiigcveralnlor-. or In one rich shade of color wov en with crate snd basket UTecK and occasiimally .hot with thread nf gold or all lit. tn, iiiiiiiiiittic a IV 111111111 ( Win I1V l'rirmu, consisting ofpnuHsin the crown pleco lns of nuuou or gauxv, ami irmtaiiu nowtrs inierouxsu DIIUOCIKD AND KUINKD TnHpmrfLflTonv or tiir vouno viotik or AHuattit. From the New York Kipmw tn th fUprtss of Monday we noticed the elopement ofa married man, named Kobvrt Green wood, and a young girl nsmed llonnca-y, aud Uist the police were on the lookout for them On Tuc day a dlsimich was received from New v,ork staling that tlio couple had been arreted,nnd would be held until the arrival of an effli er. De tective Lynch was sent on to New ork the same night, and this morning lie returned with both Krtle They wore taken to the station house and :kcdup Mr Hrunemv, the father of Ihe girl Is now In the Insane anylum, w hire he was sent sev eral days at n re. Tho examination cannot be held until he la able to be present In oonTpmatton wllh MIm Henneaey this morn ing. Ah gnvsnnr reporter the r 4 to wing a the full faruin the eiwej That she became acquainted with Greenwood about four weiiks ago, and be hu called at her houso a uumlicrof limes. He told her that hit nam was Robert Bruce, and that he was a single man tn Tlran-lay tlreenwoml aokcl her to leave home and go to New York with him, and whuilhc arrived Ibcro he would marry bor. Bhc consented to go and he told her to take what money ahe ooutd find flhe Amnd i belonging hi her father, In a drawer In a side-case, and sh" took It Hhe packed her satchel with some of her beet clothes and left the house bhemetUrcen wood, and together they went to some saloon on Front street where they remained until time fir the train to leave for Now York, Hhe left home at about 7 o'clock and the train left at 11 o clock. When In the abxn she gar tlreenwaod Ihe money tho had taken They left on the train, he buying tickets fn New ork On their arrival there they went to a boarding house on fifty AM struct, where they remained until they wore arrested (ireeuwomt represented that they wor man snd wife, and were given a room together. The second night they were there htgare her some claret. After she had drank It she could not remember anything more until the next morning When she awoke ah found that she had been ruined. Hhe thinks that then wu some drug In the vt Ine, which stupefied her. About this time Green wood oonfessed toher that he was a married man and that be had not given her hla right name, bhe remained at the boarding house with him until they were arretted Hhe a as shown an article In one ofnurdatlv natters where It stated that site took a grdd watch when she left fills she denies, and says the only thing she took wu money Hhe had never bueu awav from home before without some one of the family accompanying her, except when she left a.tmtit two weeks aso 011 account of omo irotiote wun nrr lauirr Miss llcnnesay isftspare-racoii looking gin, and Is only seventeen years old. Hhe hu been troubled with a lung dtaoaJe for some time, snd will prwba hly lire only for a few months, tfhels to ho pitied. as It li evident she wu betrayed by Greenwood whit it la to bo hoped that he will bo punished to the extent of the law, uulcsa he can snow that he u not 10 uiame. "WILL GOV. KOBINSON MAKhY? TITK INDICATT0N8"tIIAT THK CION!nNO TICKINNtWnCnUHAND IN ALBANY. NrwDURdif, Sept. . The dispatch In the Amh this morning rela tive to a rumor of th marriage of Gov. Itnhlnsnn to MUs Kcbcct a H Juhn hu exrlted much Interest her Miss HU John hi Ihe nlec and adoptwl daughter of Mr Daniel b,bu John, HUte Senator from this district. The Governor has visited New- burgh two or three times this season, and has been hospitably entertained by Senator BL John at his manKlnti In (Irand avenue. Onlntnn an tn the tm- Joctodmsrrlagelsdtrlded. Home say that tho Gov- ernor Is too old to marry, and that, having tried two matrimonial venture, he will t loth to assay ainiru. jwsiuea, n m an invalid jne arguments nscd by those who take th negattvo are revamped by the afurmatlvc and used as reasons why the Governor should marry again. Having tried matrimony twice, not unhappily, wby should he not make a third venture, they ask, and docs not the fact that he is an Invalid serve as a good rea son fbr this course? In Albany but wiutcr Gov. Roblosnn's bona was kept by his dsughtor and his daughter Jn Uw, and In all the receptions Mlsa 8L John appeared as on orthohoMtome. Indeed, ah lived In the Govern ore house all winter. although her father and mother war tn a hotel In th city, and this fact was cxclnatroly eoinmentcd upm The subject of the marriage was not openly discussed In Albanj society, but was often hinted at among gowsii It was said that tha younger Robinsons, regarding their fsthor as crenllallya marrying innn.hnjwd that hla choice might fall on Ml Ht John This lady is of middle aire, of prepossessing apirnee, and Is well educated, tinned and accomplished. Tho friends of tho Governor In Albany deny tho rumor of tho marriage, but for all that It bt believed bv many who ouaht to know that Miss Hotacca Ht John will eventually become his wife .Yew I'otk . twn yemtraoy BURKED TO DEATH FOB HCSEnTING HEK 1IUS11AND. About three wecg aco an Indian known as Bam lost lit squaw through tlie blandlnliments of another red man named Jim It seems that the fair Mary fell a victim to Jim's tender words and at his solicitation left her husband a bed and board and Joined the fortunes of Jim, Bam was not one to quietly submit to thlstreatment, particularly as Mary had taken some of her husband a goods when ah departed The low of thee added much to in wrain 01 me Ticiimixen raui, w no raiaou ai.cn a commotion among the Piute braves about It thst thry determined to tench tho frail Mary, and by herexeniplo th rwt of the female portion nfth tribe, a Icaxon. Jim tried to screen her from the nther'ng storm by hiding hor, but they soon found her, and about fifty of the tribe Including Jim and several squaws, escorted her lo the hills lust back of Washoe lak Ud HHlurday evtnlrg where sate iToin uriviu Munition mcy tub 10 nusn pue or sagebrush, and after tying tier firmly In the middle of It, set it 011 fire Then they commenced a war dauce nrotni 1 tho scineof cremation In which they all Joined exi ept Jim Sara being vary fWro In hit leaps and yells The screams of Mary ariilM to the iMtnrtho danre. Jlra meant lmut quietly by, and seemed an tndlffersnt spectator of wni wh gyiimnn n nrn tne uwiyoi uie un fbrtunate Mary had been minced to ashes Ham ex ? rowed himself as satisfied and they all dl-pcrsed. ho warriors threaten their squaws with a similar fate If they sr not a little mor discreet In their conduct Reno WmV Journal, AN INTERESTING FACT IK SOCIOLOGY. From tbe Naw Vork Graphkx The student of sociology will find some In structive and suggestive .figures tn th address of Natbsn Allen twrore the Hoc Is Pclcnc Association tBsratoga. irthe ststWlrs are correct New Eng land. the blrthnlace ot Amerlcsn Institutions tha home of the descendants of the Purtlans and of the Ptlgrlm fathers. Is aoon likely to become distinc tively Roman Catholic. Already twenty Are per cent, of the population ts Roman Catholic, and there will tie lnmioncoa at work which win act moic rapidly In tho future In Increasing thennm bt r of RoniAn ( at holies and decreasing that of the Irotc.tanw The Pmtestanuarornlgratlng to other State, the Immigrants from abroad are Roman Calholh', There are seventy Roman Catholic chil dren born to evsry thirty Protestant children Protestants are also abandoning agriculture and betaking themselves to tha enervating life of cities thus weakening the strongest Incentive to home and Its associations. In a few years this radical change of the tha meter of the New England people must make ltsclfmsnifut not only locally butna tiynally, r.VOUSH DIVORCE IAWfl. The English court of divorce grants a divorce to a man on the ground of his wife's adultery, but does not grant a divorce to a woman en the score of her husbands adultery, unlets coupled with cruelty and desertion, but proof of th huibaiul a adult try will prorurothe wlfea decree orjuJirlal scparatiim from h'm Th court, however, com priheinls under the tcim'oruelty' the wounding tho feelings of a wife In framing this Isw the leg Wat ore 110 doubt had In view the ssme sentiment wnicii vr, Johns in enunciated when h said 1 tunrilllon of tirrtMmv rnniti tilths tlut AuunKa nt the crime, and therefore woman who breaks her man-la go vows Is much more criminal than a man who does it A man tobeanrU criminal In th eye of God but he does not do hU wlfsarerv msterlal Injury If ha does not !uult her, A wife should study to rccla'm her husband by more at tention toileotshlm fir, a man will not onco luahundrod Instances leave hla wife for snother, f f hla wlfs hss not been negligent vt pleulug " FIIIEXDLESS PATTEItoON. fora the liosion Advertlasri If Senator Iatterson, of South Carolina, and th other cs officers or th ltt associated with him In the Indictments lately found, ar Innocent of the charges, they ought rob abl to stab) Jab. their Innocence without dimcnJiy, They ar not to be tried byacauous or a hostile Lcglalatur, but in opon court, when vldncwlU be allowed Hi full wlghL ThrwasaTast amount ofpluuder tnggolug on In high quarters from lbwtolfiTi Th State lost heavily. The Legislature wu from year to yoara nastof foul corruption. Hum of tnes iocu wno ar ipuioiea must nave Known now Itwas Wo hope they may be abl to clear their own skirts Rut tha fact that tharv were UaruiLlI, camatliat Ucw, mid iu-itlU Mttaiwanbuto ia look upon the rrcsldcntasa traitor, will not help mem. .11 win ne aimcun even aor acoioreajury man to ice what that hulo do wttk lfc any wsy :- 0 ) WANT. TO KNOW HOW IT IS THEH.- SKLVE3." Trotu tbcKtehmond Wlrtgt ThJortbra politicians of every hue are vexing their souls about Congressional subsidies to tho South. They know how corrupting such things are by experience, and, In tbe kindest spirit pos slblo. Uiey would say us fmm (he nanus f sham and rtmorse whUh they have endured We an prcctate their klndne-s Hit how can we be tit associate for them until we hare our Oakes Ames and credit mnbUtor, and ihrhtiaa rtatesmenT Giro us a chance to contribute our share to the national renown A BORE-TOED BLUNDER. Frew th ChaclnraUl Commercial The Itepubllcans of Ohio would have had a sure thing of carrying th State by a large majority tnia ran, irsomsnrof them had not ien fender toed about the Ari ml nM ration Do the giMitlcmtii with sore toes cmtcmplnte doing nnythtng In tlie country In opposition to the AdmlnlUstkti T Th only thine thevranbv rm-Uillltr apptiiniilbh Is the encouragement of the Democratic psrty In Its in ki i v ra ui rv (ci 1 loj in. FOWIL MONrtTER. Professor Manh. In continuation of his In vcstlgatlon of tho fossil remains of the Itocsy Mountains, announce a new genus atidrpeclcs of tootncl bird, which he csiia nnptnnm narns basing it upim a tarso-metstarMl bone He also docrllesanewfoail llssrd by far exceeding In mngnltnde any lsud animal hitherto dlicoreitHl. which must have been fully fifty to sixty feet tn length It was- probably a herbtvernus reptile lteosnes rom bed on the stcrn flank w the Kooky atounialns jriXAKOEAND COMMERCE Ftaanoe, WASwrwavow, Splember 7, ISTT. In ?few York to-day mnosr was easy at 1 Ft change, dull at in. Gotdeuletat 103 H, Gold to rerry, X. Government bonA firm at the following qnota tlonsi mi s, coupon's-.- 10 '( isnffs,.- iV ISSTs ,,- ml Ten fortles.w...wl)S Bral bonds active. tlm aw telegraphed from 1 lie New ork Tnnftteel'e,ohUM 44 do, new MM 44 do. aertmM Si Virginia sties . - do, newnM 11 dK mtMnl ?rt H. Carollita. A. A O... M m woun, . -wit Mlwnirl and 8l ,o.nS' LMtiiMii'iH. ri Levse f s ,..,M.W.,..M.. W Itm s a as Alahema S- ,..., SU do. deferred H unrrgia " n do la -IM do B's- nM bond. Arkansa . Worth tkrolina. old an do new. 71 zJn iunn wrouns m a fSnurhCVirelina,oldnnH 4ft fteota Carolina, newM S3 monks arroNger. &n.nw Gold, The fbllowtn are tha opening and (Hoeing raise for Itllowin are tha Opening and (Haalng raAea fbr veatocis,a4UUgrapbe3ton D. (ek,Jr., A ni th Jvew Tork Btook Fschange Short t dptntnQ Clostno nh JTtrr, yrw. IMS. ni! Paclrlfi Man. i a Wmlitrn Untftn 13a ClncagoandXottnwestern x.100 do, prefrrred. IX) Rork i-i. 1 xm Saint Paul ,, M. I and do. ore far red 1.709 sxu r, r. and 1 a....-,...,.- a 000 Wis , 90 lisnnnwiaai nt. Josnin, ixeminr . . York (Antral TTnwn Pan lie 1Ml lelawareanl Hudson - lirlHwar l.Mk an I VV rstern. HjCW tiold to carry . ... . 7 ItOIO. V K sires, last regMeTed FtvMsranuea. J. and J., isav iT-.waiim, j, ou j , i("i7, t1v-twnllM. J. aid J. lass If 10 7S( New Ave per tw's .m... CJurreiMy alxm ..., Uongrewi giiaranteM S-Sl 4a nu conL U. H. bowts... i 1 munim, iCTi uoium ffhrlim ITvnhBihfttfAf Tbree-day Mils ,.. HlxtV-day bills HMH... H Cominerea. TUr Tnfona, Aeptember 7-Cotton quiet and steady; niMdtlng, lltfll.lr Floor Bftlve an Arm Hnw ant street inA Wmlmi anper.a JJjIOi do. extra, V3 74;dn. family, fa SNU h tltrUlllB mitifr aumar. . extra ftdiSW: do, lUo brands B7 ZVa-i SO: PaUtn I wlmw rwl.spot flWlt Hepteniher.fi rSt Oc tober, II a, 0ra HoiU.fT. nomhn.li Wmtera ilDialtl Monthprti wIiIIm.iSb do.vnllnw. fliut. Waaloru iiiIiihI apnt, M',c Kjtm1r, Shsc' October HO Mmnwr.in. (Ht-aiilft sad firm Hontliern Drt4V wtnwrn rdim, Mfvartrc uo. mi'ea, wmc Jlinnsyi vanU. XUnXk: Rye dull and steady; prime OOo luy "i"w; mint ,ni- unimr-M a iuttdivii. iiu-i uut iiririrr, IHirk SIS STL Hiilh; niMt I jhw ihniilMMi SlirftlM tleu rib aldii 7Vi&sTKn. Btuoe fat.kid aliDufdora, ftjW'se clear rib sIIm T'sp lUmi lltfiv. S-ui, tC Biittrr Ihsi' rholrfi Wrttem, li)r. lvtrelnm 1 mi wwinr, cruup, 1 ,c rtmiHii, 1 1& ltiiw ami nnrhanriwl Hiismr firm, lair In ritml rtAnlii IVis,r. Whisky dnll and nominal at fl 11.1 n, Itrcemta tloor. I ISTbarrebe whut.StStia hBahal. ooru, Jsln buaiMls, oeu. SJUn hushala rye, ton una n is. nuijwiuifnurti, ia,uuu Duaneis, corn, sw bnahels. N'W Yosr. fsentMuber TF1ap flrni hut In no. 1lvI4o t Hiate, tvf saiwrHne (Mate S4Yv extra fatata V44i! sutxrflDeWeatern.a4l.j4t ft. Mouth emflwir firm ana in good demand, o.2,fAr3(44Sn: aiiperttae, sUSdSA, a MARXTJtD. rurrl tn-linniiir.wv innu aa 1- t IjmjulKU ll lbv llir.X It. 1 van. nf I enlral ImV. Siunui Hwii.iiMj,ot 1eorgetown, D, C, and Mlsa na.na.MVi dkmpimii.si ioiiaaaiv. at llii a. m.Licwie ILJIake, In th thirty ti rtinaraJ will take plaoe BurrtUr afternoon at oclorlt, from tlie residence of MT,ButQititl&ilei York arenue norttaweat. nonnnK-At lo-ip o clock, September , is-7, UAat. daughter of ILaod Catbarias iU Jlorbeck, aged ten yean end twenty days, Xuneral wlU be from the rMldtnr nf lh r a ron fa M Ilefrees street, to-day, at 1p.m. Irlsads of the aniii; irnprniBir httiim to a l WHO, HALLO WILL.-at hla rasldence, at Ssndy ftpringa. beM IT7, RRNjaitiN llaLLOWlXL, tn Ihe aeVrnly ninth learofbtsagv yunsral will Uk nlace at the 9andr Hnrinn Urf. Ing house of the rtociety of Friends, on Monday, Mb BAWIJWtlH.-On Thursday, Heptsuber C, 117, at lLli.m . huwtw AlBrnT, younger son of Jno.v. inumiiif naming!, ui vinnninn, n, L' agea 01 iat anal fan ihLV. Funeral from 14 I street uortbeast, to-day. at 10 o clock "UNDERTAKERS. T W. BA R K K R, .CABINET MAKE HAND tTNDERTA UER, CABINET MAKER AND TJXDERTAKER, mKU U. JtLKVJOTU STRKET Jf. W BETWEEN F AND O RTRKKT4. rBod1ps Embalmed and prepared for transports tton at the shortest aottce rgyt- J F. U ARVEY, NO. Bt y bTRtXT NORTTIWEflT. I hav secured lb servloesof lb BEST EM DAI 5L ER.S In the country tuh-l CONDFMNTD-n-;IiiAM COPXBIA IS COf. dfinnedanddlstard-das bring notenly worth IfMAbutfiequeatlylnJurlous. it Is tfltgustln In lasts and smell, end will disorder the soumt-wt s'omnch, and'tllltlis quacks nas the drug Hamarllan s (tin Is purely vegetable, pleasant to ukt end will lw)i rumlufrointnottjfuurdayi. Ills Uie only known medldn that tan te depended or, thereiy avoiding iptmireaartlrounlo !) psckagxi,t: rVmste, Hold at Twelfth street amlfwiinsyn-jiU avenue and by druiglsta. W P. NTVVIWin i-J-fi-'J Jill' l'" fTIHia WHOLE I'APER CODI D RE FU I FD nw.Mr VAN HU 11 pyspeptlc, 1 ler. Kldosy sod Nervous Troubles, WVakneas and le piiut n n an uniamng cure IS Vy at jyl 'J V V OF SUPERIOR ENGLISH MANUFAUTl'RE aud justly nlabraitd for IvhitUclty, Dufab.liiy and Evenbess of Points. IN FIFTElvN NCUBER9. THE 8PFNCFRUN XTEKI, M.W .Ysrlell-asnllMto evsry style of writing Vol Ingotiaeachoftliei'UVMnNiuubsra.by mall.bn rs ceipl of 23 tenia, .- XYI40N. ilLAKEMAJf, TAYLOR A CO., wr ,U isd Oraad sirset. Nsw York. Itn il Iftno ,', vs) rat !...! .. ltan , IJOO NEW ADVERTISENTS. XOH W A. a ROW, t 0 ATTUTtNKY AtfDCDtJNaRirjn A m..IAUDnUlLUl!l iV)IL FANU N sepk-lr WAiilllNttTOV, P. tV A'TT.A.W. . iniuniT., fOgfON HOITSE, 921 AND 931 TflTnLKT NORTItWKSTi Per month .- ...- .. ., Il M Jpcnotith, If paldlnadance,m HH. .. I nrkraiitnrillnner,.w. w , ..m. . . - tl l.unch,, , . WMH aHH1 aUHH ,.,., ,IHMMaw( 10 St meal iiAi , I mi , MOIllON itorK was ibe first on In the city to lower the prlnn fur buard, and thus aave the people from It to as iir r mont h r.- 1 i IVRDINT10efITr, FgfS,HonUny asdUst Meal ftjr breahra-t everyday at ror i.fMhih"t evervd MOnTDV HOtiF. Kt snd Wt s streM northW"rt, N. tt. No beer, liquors or louacoosjr any kind GCHOOh BOOKS. BC1IOOL IlOOK BOH 00 r, DO0K8. Great tsductlon In the pnrsof n 0 11 0 oi7"n ooks AT NHIM IN'GTONTnOOKSTOrtB, Cornsr Four and a haJ1 street ana t'cnntylvsala fcTS. ftCnoorTliooKs IltDrCEDTWKNTV TEP, CENT., ANDCOVFHFDinrH seS-1 f WITH rATKNT COVUlf. OCTIOOL HO0K-S AND HITPLIKH WIIOLKSAI.E AND RETAIL. All the books uw4 In th Publk anal Private ttvboola or the nlalrl l.and all olhar requisites fur tbsscho! room, lo be had at Ike lowest prices at F O O D C V H n. s-tw a:XNrsV I.VANIA, AVg.UB. a HIE UhDERXIGNM) HAVK THIS DAY ftirmed a limited pitrtnershlu, pursuant to the rtuvhw Htahrtea of tin tfnHHl VtetM relating lo the itstrlct of Colunilibiennrertiliig llmltsd parttifirjlpe In lli sld DTwtrtrt, under lb nam of HAND!. ltd HTA MAW. of WaMlBgtin. IX ('-, tM U purcba, alKnd renting of Piano Orgaua and etber Uualcsl Instruments, at HIS Pennsylvania avenue conieref Twelfth atrt nortltwext. from the UI day or tp- lmlw tnMa.nl Iu I ha Hal ilivu Uav n.tL tfAHKV it. .7..'.. ri-i ; . :: : 7J& . u n ..". " .. njtti r.ivsni in a n a 1 m p arstmr WAmiMOToriD.t'lppi,)sn E VERT OKI WAN MY MOTItKIWlX.LAW, MPGRTANT TO TAX-PAYER9. For Ihe conveulenreof nropertr-ownars and las- Payers, I hava esubllnhed an OFPirK el No. pX our-and a bulf street, between tbe Uolumbut Build- lug aiMirsitet-l. AptH-Ul attention given to tha TtKATUt'fiTSi'KIVT OK IMl IUJl-MkNT AmrMKNTHaiid the cub 1 art Ion nf rlklnui ftir dlmam to rvl ant&l. malrrlal re-turd and work done by lot-owners under IMTIIlIt IMPHOVEMVT TAX1 paid iTl targe dis count. inmrmstion raiattve to inrnrai, snettat an irsiraimiT girFn WILLIAM lilt KHtIV imWRjVDORNMENTS. DECORATIVE AND UNEaOLD VvALL rArKBs. I reict M if ..nounc la Ui publio Uut t ua pi parpd lo exhibit th, UriMl Mwrtmetit of nmt pArciticAKaiNa Hi tm-idMii Mrt nf nrnun'nlulan. -m vr kl original designs, Aiuong thsm are uiany noveltlss in DADOS, JFUKTJ.TIUNU DWtlONrt.Xo. AUn m. hrn nuirtmtnt nf fllTTI T. HATTN and BLANKS. which 1 will sll much lower than th mat an prices. Terms caan JtiriH ALEXANDER. mt-7 Xo 1 jai IVnnsylvuU avenue SPECIAL NOTICES. AaTWASHITTOTOI CITY RAVTKWl RASK-A dividend ofrlsMjirr ct-nt. will hepalitatthe Hank ouanaanerMUAiAY,rrp(eiiiuer i". WM V. StATTISHl.X, s stsr, critic Rett ret Jat-ALf.X"ANbilIA it MAIILMlKlW IL R uti.( i a r. MnrtiV'nn tiwuini r rinmin. iii draw of the jmg Bridge llirelll lie nsliml traliM ruu between UaanlinrTon and AJexaiutil on nUlN ia 1 , aepirraof r a, isi. U per I n i en d r n L FDVV, A OVMI, aej4 I'sahrmtr Ayent. "aj-N1-If?(TTiiTp?iWilw. PiriTH A"Nfi THK I'UBLia Thadrewbrtdg ever lbs 1rgtnla t henitH nf rue rotonuut rtvar will lie rliMtnd Aarro- (Mr" irom v i i;iiuattSPnnrri mi p. ra , UUONIlAY.iieptember 10.atSa.lu. Travt-1 acrroes lxng brides will be suspend! HA1 UIID A Y, HiUni berf fronilp. m.uniU WONDAY, A-iUjniWrin, at seiC 21 ttupt. B. A r. It IL aSj-l-OTOMAC IBntANCKtlMlJAW: Urricr. Nu. M niovHvaiarr (iniMxniwv, D U, Aug 3A, 177. Tlie Waahlngton AgctikV of ibis (empanjr waa cbanied on the 1st lnstanL The pmaent customers of tbe Company, and all others wlshlngtn iMiirewlth us. will plaaae eUon Mr lLK.OtFI.KV, at hta banking faois, corner ol ArtAeanlb and T atreeta norlbweH. augr-tf J. W. DyKBLE.Seoralsry. "JajrMONEY WANTED, OOLC ANDDliVKB WATCIIE3, SIAMaHDAKDOTHKRMJUOOOLOJBWSLnV auss, nrvotvEBs. c, aa, AT KXTllAOBDIKARYi UIIKAT BAJUAIMa. TfT7 Artld. fblljr wuranl tx n. ooLnnrnr a ro,"a. (VitnmtMton .rok.i-f, iyl4t Onniw Tenth mtfu .ttU. tVi.nASMj-eATONniAi.L. A- Curn.r Ninth .nd n.trtf. norlliwML aihio-tf aKls-ftjJiy A cO.l'g sPtm. OLD "0, ox i-tiiiiiiriuxs M V AND HALS (HmW No. (Xat.n,w. utnic k rTT?RH. Free Art Oalltry and store, Ke,3B K street north- Cboks Oil Falutlngs, Xiigravtni l rhromoa. Art. fhadiai. P1i3uM. rarnt Mcf jilha. iaTKn aim a ui r TT inUDIT Ta ningsVUtlB. Ac . In tbe Dlstrlo leawa remember aauis yid 5nbl ..aji3u M-ORIFNTAL CREAM. Of'Uton to ths tin a TiwU and tadiet of ths uM t It having coma te my knowledge that a tints urn tlon ot lr T. el!x flenrauda urtantal Cream SJaaical Hrautlrlar la btiic aant out at a reilurtid price, this U to emu tton doalarsand ODiisumara, Ihe genuine article la put tip only In tbe sameatyle, IsbH, S1s,bottls,4t,.ashytiy late husband mr tbe last iiuria'Tflafa, aiKipn oi uio dwiuv mtiiuib win uo pnnnn-iitsd. Cousumera nend only be put on their guard. "StARllIA TV. T. fiOURAUD Role Proprietor, 4H ltond street Nsw Ynrk For aal wholMale by wrOTl A CROMWELL, Washington. D. t ., and by riallars ssnerally, Also,T. elIsOouraudslisllau Mod Heap Poudre HuUlsfor removing atiperfluona balr, Liquid Vagv table Huuge, Lily WliUe.Ac, Jd93"1 KriituiriuicRi om.y are l'ied wnir tbtsodawhterdravin from lbs steel fbunts at th 1 empls Drug floie. Jel4 rBOD4. AND MINFHAL WATBRfl ALWAYS pure and oold.'at (VmghUos Tempi Drug Htore, drawn from stei-l founla. .,,,., JpI4 sT-TRY T1IK ICE-OID ROOT REhR, AT Cutighlln's Temple Dnig Hiore, MasouI Temple, vs CHiiajiar glass. . Jali "FIUID LIOHTMVcT KXCLH ANY REM. e1y ever know n for the Immediate cure of Nturalgla, Headaihe. u fckjld at L'oughllns lempls Urug hiore oclt JLaVltt'UPlIRKY'rt BVFllVWA Wivrifl M, Irat-Ullimirvialbld Medlcluta, aUd at Tttuple Drug Hiore, F and Jslnth streets. sepS-tf aarJtSTIIa PATkNT I (TKPt KHIK lTl IIKEL PltOTfcCTOllM make your ahoea Hit talc as i nig, an u pi the shoa slo Ifing.and pravinlyoH frcni slipping. Vur aaleln all ano oj ine inrsntor, aiv u sirnct nortnwest. ' j. .J 'J WILLIAM B. KNTWlSl-a Corner! esH avenus and Twelfth aUett chemioau. vrn rnyitioiAXt' non nniart MiJimi. I'NiiKr.smi.rj ami a vttwtn, uiviwij.iiii,m h. iiniHn . iJt la w) iwiiuriva m j pnoiN psiiiifn,sn eua.tiuiif i awiitj umiei parUier. qaa contrlbulsrl dve tboiinand dollars a hta part of fhl capilat stock of the Mriprnh In. JAOODA SlfATMAlf, 1 A AltlTll JbBTu4w GEraurc L IIOOMS FOR KENT An ttdgMMiMnl MMrfMf ttt thtl draartMSni If IAj tV prof method Of tpetdily tentlnO )fcur rnom,ad Urn thvprrwrdtng th antna of yrmr Asum tutha ptarard. Jig proper erwutentatifm yovr advtrtttement wnyheyot Mo tiro I tnss, eotttrg twenty cents forsook tmertUm, 1 J-OfS RTRKFT-A DKUGIITFUL 8UIT8 J TXTl'tJ of moms nn Sfmn nnrtrt hnn1AmrIv furnUlitd. alao two larie cliambers a Uilrd flerft rtniftl gn niwiniiiB irrnw bt iw- UU CSTKEFT UDRTHEAilT-FORRrUtf XtO A VabiaMe Wore ami trwelllnt, Mse tl una niOKIXJW,eoawTrnthstrcet.r THO - RTKFKT, OPPOITK FltANk'LW AO LJ Miinre Rooms fornUhed and unfiir nlbwl with table board. seVIm VRKMONT AVrNUF-8Ja and BW-OITOSIT!. Arllesi on lintel It ndaonwljr ftirnhhsd rnoma.' Will be rented tramlenily or by the month wlik Ijosrtl at reduced rales, for the mooths of Angus' and Haptember. . 17H)ll RENT-TWO PARI OR8 OM FH13TFLOOR. JL1 ftirnislnnl or unfurnhhM nsw bouse: us of hth- Rleventh strctH, nnw M. Gar p-jsatbedoot. AJJrewa' M ,' ihlsoOlep, anlHf 904-, 906 AND908 J2?"J5Ka landanmnly niriiwhfd rooms with flrtt-clftM inn iOft, M. fSud BMtDUlirKEniltSI Of IJV Jit RFNT-DKLiaHTFUh ROOsfS IN A FRI . yATRriuiilly.wlthorwIthoulIkMLrd.ln ankl gant house, snrroundMl by beautlrlil grounds. An., ia one or tbe runut oool.dralrable and. LealUiy parU ot the city. Addraia "P. O. Ikx SSV with name and artlre mrlft-ir "1H1 !' EOAItUING. 1UUUKR BOAEa nVMfWVMVHMI lltaitLAKDS. flvSnsUrS frntw WllUrd's nr tha nsUlmor and Obi rallroa. and willila uqr drlrlag ittstanee Oiaawaoal tuad asvl Old TsJI-gmts road I iuadanaburg rr rrt isrrvrTawa . JyMf m fllgbtand Wtatlon, orBladtntburg Md B0ARDFIW TAN DO RBTTER AT'tIIB TR& , MOXl'HOUHBthanawrplacelBtbeoUr, LaU and gpt our asionl-hiog low prices for cool, airy motn anOjood I10W board. myas-tf GfkO QBfRKKTN6RTHWKaTfOk Rftlfff Ov7t pUeMDt toulh frool ronma, with board. flQI D 8TREKT NORTHWE8T.-ROOM Abt VI OX. BOAnnsaatidSS p-r weak, aocordlag te Is Oatloaor room. Iranaleat t per day, TabtehnafO srs acoommodalfd. mhlOAf AJ7( IIClflfSYLVANIA AVPNUK, MEAB Till lsthtre4 DtpoL-Tirst-etasa board, wit LOST AND FOUND. It may opnnern Whereas ISO aersa Land Wae. rant fto. STAwhleh tssnd from tb Paasloii Offle on tha list of February, UVf, ander mA of Conrrta Id of Uarok, ISMjn the nam of CaroHn V. Wright, (leorg n. and Joaatbaa Paaraew, iftlooc bHrs of Oeorg I'mwob, daoaaaed, soldier In Caps. Jtartr' corapanr,VlrglaUmllllta,wS)r of HIS, baa beea leal or daatrovad, an appllcaUoa will be nade to oWata sion. f JOMlTOjaUJRTliV. awga-Wtw Attorney. TCMTOl A J Iwwili R MIfliatD-CERTIKICATK Ntt 8, F0 ,f sbarea of sum In tbe IX a B. and Iaa Association AaaocUtlnn This U to cMtlon tha publlo astnl nagotlallng for the same, as afpUcatkt will be mad for a duplicate eartlflnate. aas Tn SITUATIONS WANTED. V"ANTICD-A SITVATION Rr A YOITNO MAI, VV etKhtsenyeats old, Just arrived from Rnrnp. well ednoaled, peifrrt In the Engllah, (Imnii an, ana wi inr nnuailaTUn 1 languagest bunk. arr ne obtert. ApJ init Flsvmth strict northwfat FOR SALE. FOR HALk-TlIHM.HTORY RRICK ItOOBEfl. entirety new 7 to It rooms: bay windows: aa modern Improvements; desirable location. Term easr. Will trade one or two bonwa. Inquire or j. B. 11 ami HOUSES FOR RENT bnaSf noton has bemnu so torpr that placards art of no oril, oik I thrrr Is now only on my to rent atouM fvtrAty nwt to ft pood tnrmt that is by fnsrvf an nd vrrtiarmmt i Thb HMTtreilCAW, A aMrtrtormrmi propetiy roiulntsed earn S otd tnia four lines, which wtli r-tm uny rrnr jvr tn trm una corn rwirqumi inerr1 lant leu ron&i lidaia. all mrtftarn rnnmnhnMa. In On or I ha tkMt HPialiSurliniMla tn tha nttrt In nun. pIstflorderiWlthtnoorybrtrkBtable. Rent SAD per month Apply en th premises, 1MB Corcoran atrsef. FORRFNT-FURNIMIr DOR UNFURNISHED Magnlfloent resldenre, In most nashloiuvble part of Ibsolty, with every onnveniimce, Inctudlitg Dtstrld tflegraph Ac Fur further partloulara, tsnua Ac, ad tin 1 , nrii nt 4 u,ut.T, HT-tr'nt p I0U BXNTv-XO C STREET SOUTHEAST' nrti wvrn fMim brli k honan nnrwiat(nii1Uk- a grocery atorft For particular lnqulra?fo.MC street northwest. as-m FOR RFVT-203 TV Ff FTII STREET NORTH Wlr,lHitwten O and Ohio avenue-A nli room brick houtei suitable flir s store. Inquire nf JOHN KONXY.cornsr of Thirteenth -nd C stnM-t northwer. sfl- FOR RENT 102 O STRKET M)RTHVKHr-Two-atorr seven room brick ItdCaK, neat and cnuifbrtable, In guod repair and aplendld conrtlttoj. Inquire of J. ft. AIU'HKK, ooinn is ana ia reaarai iiunaingn, attllf Heveutb and P atmutanorlbwwi. F)R REST-FfiOM AUOUbT"TTUOUcRNO"l01 Hlxlh sirs north w rati tbree-alory brick: ten mwii hall watvr and araa SSA. Jtnnlv loW. I. DKli. HTiAKfc,lroca-,oornef of New Turk avenue au a -JE" BKAL ESTATE RUIIKTIN OF J01INfHKHHAN.HT.CrALDrrcriBIV. Io,aneitlst alter,! rooms . -Jit c Wo, ttJ Ntntb street aortbtast. modern inv urnTaniiMiia.... .. ..., .1M Tf 0.111 naven th street aorthsast 7 rooms, mirk, is 00 No. 1710 Aerenteenth si. n. w , J rt, bk , mid. lm- provemnta ,-- . . .- - - 110 CornorUreen end Bridge streets, Georgetown, i mora brick mmm ...,.. SO ( Ho. KW1 frTSnlh street nonbweat store .,, 30 OS No ITUTenlb street oorthwmt, 7 roomsibticaT, nodtrn Improvements. . , .. w-. 30 04 Ne, 461 New Jerany avenue southeast, Tro6tn brick, modern Improvement . -. gv Ot 2fO.UlHHairetnorthwsat, 7 room brick, mod em Improvement -. . . .na) N. ta C si reat southesM, T room brick, modern liourot mnis ..,., . . .m.K0t No. UW rolumbla street, 7 room brick, modern tiuprovemettls -m....... .- , M 0 No. UM KbjhUl street nertliweat. 7 rooms, mod- .ern Improvements ,. . S3 OS No. 1321 C strset southwest, It-room frams, mod em lmntHymwHi,.,..,n S 09 No. 13 U strrWl northeast, brkk, a rooms, mod- ernlniproveiTtents. ., -- , ..80 00 If o, Kt Ninth street nunhwm, is rooms, brick, tunriera lmprovnenta. .., MOO No. 101 li streat nortbwamt, u roomsTbrlcst, Improvements . . -, WH 79 a It. 017 street nonhWHrt, tl rooms, fraoie, ni(tdrS) lmimraMiila . .,,.. .,,, 7 09 No, 111 Tenth street nortfawrat, rooms, bra k, modern Improvements .. .., 73 00 VUliNlHHKO IIOL'fl-K No- IWITanUislrw't.S rooms, rondam Imps ,, JO oo nouMBS nKNTin at a rkabonabuc ( IIABfth. ooiJKfrnnMa raiticruM y vadfs statb- -iNTt ItfcNDfcRhD MONTIILY, WJIBN DSV AIR p-ll. 1IOUHUS AND IrTH FOR HALE IN ALL FABTB OFTIIRflTY. LOANH NEOOTIATED rtN VFAL IHTATE BV UTJItrTYATA RRAHONABLKlMUnAlUN. rjy TnO I0R RFVT FOR g.5 AND tIN THK COOI A. est looutton In Ihe olty, aliout three squares from tbe LatdtoL three nsw brlulc bouaea, three stories nine rooms, Iwy wladows all th way np, all th modern Improvements, mi" atl( ! HIT Ull. HI III, UI IliMiUe Of J. B. AllLIla-n, I Jin, I iaim u enthstreeis. JeCTIf h.lf.lrit A. II. ntTVALI.oorn.r Four .lid ,-b.ll Mrwl .nil IiuULbim ,r.mt apMf MEN'S WEAR. C8TAI.ZKU, rAblllOVAIlIl! TAILOR, Ifd-tf Near Western Union Telegraph QBIoe. rpIIR A. E. DRES3 SHIRT, WITHOUT BUTTON HOLES, (1'nlanndrled 1 1 11, with tmtton-holes, funlaoa- drlail t SI IV with hutton hnlM. Maundi-tad.) if BO. We guaiautee Ibeae Hi II Ill's fully a fttt Ailing as any made to order at double the hrtcn. Try th-m and be convlnonl. Over fifty thousand sold a4h rwtarf wso Seventh street northwest. RELIGIOUS NOTICES. -FIKHT IlAmsT CHURCH, THIKTrENTH ttrNt. blwMii (I .nd II nurUiwML Hi, lt.v, Dr. Culliljert.tw.lur.liM returii.il .nilMrtlora Hill be Hrl.l u uiuil. ll. VTOMOIIIlOW10KMINil.na MtlllT. AllwMoonifc Mpa aa-NEWiutra sinuos3. "nir popk l'liuicmnApiiKa" rorrtei.hTTirWD.re. rrtclQcu. irf JJ-V. II. C. A. 8AIIDATII HiniVKIlS. OrLX AIH MKETIHO, AtTo'rlock p. 11 evlTknle le ev. nee. anil porn.r juen ..it I'miiirlveniit .vriiii. HI10IIT AnDRIMIX UY YUU.N'I II I.N. IIM I lili 1 IOX. . .5Sdr4 fvcgajyi..