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A. M. CI.A1T i i I Ill KDITOn.
TUMDAY III I II OtTOBKn IJ-. AVk deo leave to tender to our cot em po rt rlos of the prras our mct grateful nnd sincere thinks for the kiudlj courtesy with irhlch Uiejr hare rewired nml noticed our jouruAlwtLc Tent a re in Washington Tliclr Kootl wonts, neW J to those we are receiving from personal ami business friends, Inspire tts with renewed confidence nml rigor In the pursuit of sneeem. THE NEW C0SGRES3 The first session of the Forty -Fifth Con gress commences on the 15th iiut, under n call from the l'roeulf nt, Tlie necessity for this extra session was created by the party which Ins ft decided majority In tlie coin ing House of Kepre-cntathrs, and hence It li very difficult to even conjee turo what will b tta leading policy and duration "When we consider that a parsimonious and narrow-minded policy withheld the proper opproprlatloua for the Rd ml n titration of national nfTalrs tn the several Departments of the Government, nnd when we know that the mine party returns now to revise its former action and do justice to a suffering Oovernmcnt, we are not flattered with the prospect. If, however, H shall tnm out that the present House bus not Inherited, the faults, fill lea and animosities of Its predecessor, there may be some hope that justice will be done to the country under the present exigencies. The last House of Heprenenta tlves seemed to regard it as Its chief miction to persecute President GnNT and his 8ulKrdlnates in the Government, whether of high or low degree, to the very end of the chapter. Whether this new Congress comes with tike animosities and ha tea towards President Hayes remains to be seen We sincerely hope that It will come with no such inspirations, that tt will find a higher plane of patriotism and duty, and will enter upon the work of providing for the necessities of the Government under a laudable desire to be just and wise in its action It Is to lc hoped thit in this era of good feeling nnd pacification each Houthern and North ern Representative will come to the front in this crisis of our national affairs tinned with on olive branch, fortified by good in tentions and patriotic motives. If fratcr nlt), peace and harmony nre to come to us again, let Congress set n prond example by leading off in that direction. Let itstn up the hands of the nrcutle nnd tho various Departments of the Government with lib eral appropriations These are the sinews of got eminent and of war, so far as they relate to that Department For the wint of this proper support our ami h is been without pay since June, and has presented a moot deplorable condition of affairs Tho reasons given for placing the militaty de partment on such short allowance were not concealed, but openly avowed. If the President had at that time consented to withdraw the troops from the Southern Htates no doubt approrriatlons would have been made, but on that point the President was not ready to takeaet'on in view of the unsettled condition of affairs in that sec tion and the military arm of tho Govern ment was promptly piinUhed therelor. Hence the present anomalous condition of the arniv . It is not of republican origin or procurement Our Democratic friends, therefotc, must settle the account with thenwlves and the country We desire now to urge upon the people of the PIMrict of Colum bia to make tip their budget for the coining Mwion Tlie nmstitics of the Dis trict should bo cleirlyand urgently set forth at the outset There are streets to lr repaired aud Improved There nn parks to 1 tared lor The water lront demands some provision against a npldly-lnmaaiiig milarious influences that aro devastating health through their poisonous exhalilioii' Tlie people aro entitled to the right of sut- fnige, and the) must urge their clitui to it with an Irresistible earncstneM They are heavily burdened with taxation to Improve tho National Capital and uie entitled to relief or reiognltion osciticnor lth, and to t mn u deaf car to their appaU would be to disregard the dictates uf right and perpetuate wiong O EX U Iti XT AT GLASGOW. It is a real pleisuro to witness theheirt of old ScotU warm tiptowiids this coun try la the honors it bestow h upon den Grant as its repiescntitlve His reception at Glasgow was truly hearty ond entlmsla ti Indeed, in pert nt of warm hopit illtv I in the n rth the Scotch jeople havo edipsid thelHnti In jlliiding to this interview In conver etlorUof other sections ot the Old World, nation with our irpiirter vesteidiv Henilor. The reception during the div wus followed Doit-fM npudiald tho stuUnnnt alleged by u niiBiiiflifnt bjiiiiet In the evenln,; at to liivt 1 en mi le bv htm and stttiMtlmt which Crtn diiAVr let himwlf Iihki in un- lie uid nothing of this kin 1, nnd nothing uxiul volubility He full) expl lined tl e whuh eould hive W. 11 torturul intotnv Alibjma clilm- negothtlon mid OenevT ! audi jw-wible io ixtnn tlnn He .iid he had nwurd in on admirible apeih Mr s- too nnuh repHt fur the ioitinn h" holds nniHOS mcnibirof rirliiiiMitt fium fills- as we II us for the orlm.ny ceuileshs (Inc. Bow tmk oc-ctiKiou to iutimnte in hi, le- his colic vm In the senate tuerilulM-or nuiksnt the b(miuet that the tniled state Sjp,isH judgment in nny manner white ver fcut the better of tueit Itnlniu in the li-tipn their public or private ads mn news, lwma diims mpithtinn whhh was fd-p titer hu he dind to make unv nueh lowed onhispnt by un exprcion of the criticism he should tlo it Horn his mat In hoj tint this eouulrv would return the theKeuile rim Suntor sjid tint on the surplus of (i Jit millions whidi had not .dav lollowinx the publiculion of the tillered been distiibtitid interview he wrote it note to the editor of In lit risjon-te Ocnerit flRT full v exlthe Iritmnr axklnc that a (orieetiuii be pluimel the nt K'ltmtions and ieelleel the iutini illon tlmt tills (lovcinuicnt liad nought or olitainid auv uufiir adtantuge In tluse iHnolUtions an 1 award 1 1s it fol lowed lit ulo expUhif d the reiiMint that had controlled the nt lion of Cnnn- hi witlilioldin-j; u pedtiou ol I lit award f'mn Uitnbiitiuii It mine to the i-om hiMon that It vviwjunt to piy the nlixolntr lasces coin pan fee vvliich wete pjttliltv cnuiMii - a.iteet by premiums den dRwr eontendeel in his remnika that then ii uot ione enough to pay for all tho pru-rt). destroyed, nuel juxlice ie)ulrrd tlmt tho tininsuresl owners should tin I he compensated lie futthir cxpinwd the oninlcn that tho residue of theawtud will . , ,, .i ji , ii , i ,, ret bo equitably dlsliihuttd iimoiu t iom . ! , i i . . ,. KHt.nA i lulnia liail lit en rmrtltd-ini it nulll ? ...,.... ..-- . i , "'"(Ibevhsve imioitida lino pack tr limn 1 owes of gnuUr lurtNhip wcie met If. rB hoi(nJi ftre twrntyiu nuoifcrr aud aro fnsistn thilt for every ship dtmvn the1 from thekcuiiBls of a ocltbratcd huund raiser United State is entitled to dinuis and ULAr Dublin Iralund Ihe huuU will be the fact that a ship wu.l ineiuedb) uu principally what are kcowu as drag hunts. Anierjcavn conijuuiy could uot reliove druut Ibis Is delightful amusement, and we aro jlad TIIE ZH3SE3 Ilritalu from her liability for tho property destroyed. It wm just for her to pay, for tho reason that the projerty belorigoa o Americans to what indiriduftl American! it twlongcd Is of no Interest to Great Britain The American peoplo hare cause to con gratulate Geu OttANT upon having the op portunity to explain the attitude of this country on that question, and to thank htm for hislucid exposition of the fact. THE UNION LEAGUE. New York city has an organization known as the Union League Club It d social In Its character, with political proclivities ; nnd yet there U uot enough of its social tenden cies to render it companion able, nor of its political characteristics to give. H inflnence or secure to It much respect beyond the mu tual admiration of its own memWrship It occasionally does n clever act, but oftener makes Itself ruhcul tts by tho absurdity of its performance. Horack Grrkltv onco chnrocterbed this club by terms far more pungent than omato, but we never heard his opinion on that subject severely criti cised Tlie Union League Club has recently un dergone n political revival, and is now on the war-path for the scalp of Senator Cosk Mmi Kvery member of thit organization seems to Inve considered himself alluded to personally when the Senator referred to the "man milliner," and they rows to arms almost simultaneously, and mode formal declaration of war against the offending Senator. A public meeting has been tilled at Cooper Institute, in which there will lx a terrlblo fulmliiation of pent-up wrttli. Xo doubt resolutions of the most pungent character will be passed, which will lie de signed to annihilate Senator CoNKITn, or milm his political canons for life, and jet we apprehend that "the war will not come up to the high-sounding plane of the manifesto." Tlie doomed Senator will "still live" in the confidence and respect of the Republican party of the State of New York, and we think In the affections of the American people If the Senilor had ever appeared in nny other role than that of straightforward, consistent nud devoted Republican, then he might be exposed to the shifts of his adversaries, but he is in trenched In good faith, and hence cannot be re.n heel eflVt tiv cly Tlie Union league will gather no laurel In this embittered rnisule. l'oMlnviIl survive, and these leaguers will diteovcr In the end that they are as harmless in this fight as they hav e alw u) h prov cd themselves to be when arnjcd uainst tne Demoerncv Ther aro better for dress parade than for aftiuvl war We await the result of the fight with bated breath Mrc UnrirKT Tuoms In an intcrvicr with a report r ot the Baltimore .Sum, snvs Mr IisF after leaving the North, must hav i lieen astonished to find nn aUsencc of ofilee-sec keifi in tin south In (teorgla ,v on could not find a Southern man who would give his time to a Federal oflhc" nd vet there are now on tile at the Attoinev (enc ral s oftbe applications from fifty Democrats in tieorgm and seven lie publican for the joition of United Stites marshal of that Mate How is that, Mr. Timiuh Tlirre hae Ken Georgians here ever shut Mr. Ha w vvas inaugurated lagging for oflice - natives of Georgia who have linn aiuund the lobMes of th White House as most persistent office beggars TltF types made us mv in our article of yesterday morning on the New ork Mite ICepublican convention, 'the ticket, ho fur as we know the candidates, ft xrandng of confidence and n-speft" whtn we under took to say that the ticket is iroiMyoj etui rl lent-e and rvwpctt Thl hem ever is one of the vexatious peualtus of journ ili-m, wpcciany wiirninrwrn.i nnruHu (iiarlcntMi, huvaimah, Montgomery, lr ks h.s own proof No one e in mnki us wv, , , lrg Mcui,)Iiis uml other Important pulnla, except nrlnst our will and futlicnieiit t1iaanl miotlni to weeks to the Journev. l.tt 1.1. . 1..1.I !. H. Ui.l. ..i- V. .... . . lim iM'puuiiiiui in mi (ii tin r-iMi ii lrn York is vrantmq in nny of the element that cliallens public rpcct sndn nhdi me It Is composed of v otnig men t hie fly, fombineH much terlin worth MrJu- alh nnd political!) It the l.Vpubliuin jnrtv ! not nnt in ilrcr a through personal piiue and fidh.Ntvv ork will afore for the Republic in nlt In Vov ember I tf ew York Tnbunr of September 2 apieared what purimrtcd to b un iutir v lew letweeu a remrter of that p.tncr nnd Semtor Doiibv, In whuh the follmritiR sentence rutin's iw luvluj been uttered by him I lm e no tn rv nnl relatloiiK w fth ut r P t TKHHuvan I seiAi m n I I fntnklv vn that I d 1 in 1 ir-privc of tin-kin 1 of purist l"l !' t'" lhldi h r 1 nwut 1 1 cv di itt atttrtile Id itttir lulih tin nit rUl lutire-t if Alslmuia made, but th n .e was neer puhlMitd Hah It ever rue urre 1 tuiinjlU tint itL.nat d ul of trouble Ictweeu the white -i uud the Indlaiie ma) t tlue tnthe IguoiuiKe 1 lie run sin-f or (he arariei ol the Iiilcrpntcrtir K VHt plt-jtid Ui OHiuninre that Prof UlYPrX t an arrived home nfle m vear s w irk I of survijlux the Territ tries lie ieorts that , . .. 1 sucevsful DrNVFK liuti the miming link It Is either a foesll rtec giant or riatuere'j rt-w ntinpoiie, which lasjiut leiu tiiuurtlird In tolnrudo. It sur;iUM-s all ma lent oi modern tUlms In one particular it lias a tail four inches in i UnUh, ... i. i . i i v i rK Weitihestcr I'olu t lub, of New oV .. , , , , nw enjova the ainustnuiit of foi hunhiij, . " ... NATIONAL KEPUJ3LICAN, TUE9.DAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, to note tks (act that It ts boooaalog popular la very section of Us country. Paor, A. U OiTnaiooa has obtained, by tffriuients In eUctro-chenjlstry, fllms of gold so thin fust 300,000 would be requlrtd to msko an InCb in thlcknoss ; yet the fllms.wlien examined through ii microscope, srs sesn to be continuous Ther art transparent, ana ox a bright green ooIot, bat by Jfleted light they resume tho truo gold color. Thiir ts to be soother UormoniLD mar-' risge ThU tlaie It Is Baron Edward Botus- cniLP, of Paris, and Mile Adkle ItoTnsciitLD, of the Frankfort branch of the family. They will start In housekeeping with the capital of $800,000,000 ThU family seem to grow richer at the occurrence of every European war. They fatten on the sorrows of the nations Tiiry are having a senutlou In Philadelphia that promises to compare with the t'HARLSV. Ross affair. Little vlLLlc Itisnor, a boy or seven ) cars, has been stolen from his home aud locked up In an unoccupied house, but no one seems to know tho locality of tho house. Tlie police are searching all the vacant houses In the city. What a pltj some or tho wicked polltlelans and railway stock swindlers of the city of Brotherly Love are not lost In vacant houses Till. sUtement which U at present going the rounds of tho press, that ex ttov. Frvrov, of New York, approves of the Itochester Con vention U emphatically denied by that gentle' uan He says While my friends made no effort to attend tlie com entlou and compara tively few of them did attend, thoy are gener ally and altogether, so ht as I am Informix!, warm supporters of President Havks and his policy That Is my own ponitlou " Abt has suffered a terrlblo blow In the destruction of a chroino establishment at Bos ton Subscribers to religious newspapers and patrons of tea stores will suffer most In the Increased value of the chroraos that were not burned They will have to try and get along with oil pslntlng unsatisfactory as they are, nntll the chromo mill can lw started aguln. The low Is reported at tlOO.nuO That building must hsvo been very valuable, unless the re porter has estimated the chronica as worth something It Ml t be flcknowledard that there U at least one good feature in the new constitution of (leorgU It lion a uoctlou that prov tdes that a dlvoree a tmcnJa matrimonii shsll not 1 granted except upon the concurrent verdict of tfturiiftrent juries rendered at two different tortus of the Superior Court. Under thUUw after the first verdict there will be an Interval of six months before the second can be oh tslncd ThU lsw, If universally adopted, would operate as a wholfvioine elm k upm the li am fitl facility with whlth divorces are now obtained Kowici mi well wt we do that the 1est buhlnc-M men prefer generally to manage their ow n buslnehs In their own vtav,wedo not Intend to InttUt that the inert limit and tradesmen of Uiuihlncton hhsll Insert their advertisements In the atioxal Klpi bli can until the are convinced that It U for their interest to do so AH wpaclous bust neiu men advertlKe for their own adrsntaee, and only when aud where they believe the returns inar bo reasouablv expected to real lie a pmrlt upon the exjfiidlture Involved by it. It would bo fully for them toalvertfrc In ii Journal for the simple purpose of aiding to KUsUtn It. This principle would prove ruin onstonnv btistnem if generally applied. We ulniplv wish to rnuind all advertisers that wo are clreuliitlntc now more than twice the old Umeof this Journal daily anions tho better das of consumers, and we kuow they will at once see the propriety of seizing thU opportunity-to inform tho public of their buslnoss ftellltics That's all PkmIW T Hr.s thinks that the extra ses sion will nierpc Into thcDicemhersewion, and that couscqiicutly there will he the usual ten or twelve dsys thruttmas and New Year n v' In Mich an event he proposes to take anotlur Southern trip Ho will ro as far as New OrhatK v.nlltnp iiniinston, Coluuiblu, v be ther he joes or not will depend vervmneh uim whether tongreMi ttkts the eustomury holiday ness Ocu Jlr" fon lu ess for travd provokes some criticism front people who think that the chief MagUtiale ought to Mkk closely to the rjpiul and lw rnuly at sll tlms to hour the sp llctillotiieof ofllee aeekers ItshouteliK rem uiWini, hiiwtver, that the earl 1 'residents traveled a xvA di il, eould erins the poor fjecillties fur locomotion In tliclr elav. WAiiiteiTONtmce went as far asSitvaii mill, which was theu further from Usshlugton cltv In time than Orrgon 1 uuw Mo v nor mule a three months' temr, nnd got as Ur north as iinUor t U hi lo in Knoxrille, lately, niembentof the Presidents pert were shown mi oil u nspaper which aunoumed that lri dfiit IveKMi" woutd slsrt for Tenneaseo on a certain da and would be absent several Ul Hllbi rwtsoviL lis; (lov l'iTK Is at the Y bbitt, h mi roii rvTTrcwiN rchldedut 1 CI Lleventh fetnet hiTin f eov Fttliealnurtcrs are at the HjMU lluil-ee tlt- 'liwiMRH has ifoue to Ililtlmorc to nni butt auoeeulN Tim Ulrlnuoiid I uqnue, call Mr rweeel tlie (dOkMl of R IgtlV' Heiv U MvKV,of renuiylvnnU, U Honing at Hit I-hMtt riif Vtluita (vHMtttuhoii printed a jnelicil wiliuiuelo tnr 1 rt I hi t ' t of ( Ak, of MI lards hotel is fin dntv at his et ibltihuit tit and h hopeful of a bnoj ea.10l Sivri the death of Ilogy Keriuu and Hi,ni-r aro tbo only ltoniau ( at holies In the Miian dm Otx ktllid ids tealata sho , at Quogue rtjlur Inj Hal llic Imoii haullngd wntbu Amer li.nu !Uk ' eMMt"oMn llAVT.of tlie Indlsn llureau went 1 1 iw uik oiiMilurdo) and Utxce.ied to return bi 1 1) Nil! Kriiwn JR. rerdlng elerk of the II um U III thetltjr ami liu li la thmutcltur fur tliuwiifii,r lliikfm An ir Ulimont ruiikes his fiOoijOa vear avikKiitnr tht It'tluehllls much tuore easll than ll o ll.liinii g nd turn MXiTiitt Unuwi paid Washington n fir Ing M!l ei tri II l rery e( in lent of Mi n. t iii.il k i j h. !i nl fmikliif ba.kf III thn iv. iiiit KNAfOR Jnvu has irutfrt th" duelling Xo. K t tet ailt)eact wbvro in linx hh fninllr P t, nl rn un riv n Dili alii -nt ii i Ik huh mt lit un M villi- Ann i. IuiiiiNr An liltMiK el Adsuni rik uf King 1 re Irrii k UKiktill died on Hit li li ultimo agtdsvuiiiy Col II tVT United States msrsbtl of TinnenM-e with m n.e twenty win cpucs from that Mate lu thevviiintky titiilracy conl Is In the cily at the National MiriihK yuuiitf KdrHsIi noble Yav Iive lutes ikt) wu J li cd the army as s private III i tin in Hii 1 at ai i) Ub towoik tU way limn the lout 1 1 ii e h tiMt rank 11 1 Jtitiji Taviok JoKRa. ef ltbsmt. Is n di jr at the 1-1 Hit h tme Mr Jone vhr la itentii ma i of uliun andaMllt) 1ll a Kpre uu ihaliilonsTtawf ihv Ua llo J f-trM luL Himison loiVAy, Deputy seriesnt at Vruuwl itit II lusoduriuic Ihe iI mwnt. I 4 arritad imniUhtn as an s Irani cd t-srd I if his friend t'vl il John rhonpsoti ( Vianet D 'a a liMiriiallnt ai d of course what he eaje la anlhentir. liearurs Uist tlie Peuue.aU wilt cairy Ohio and that Thompsoa wtU be elected Serfnt-t-Arins of AM. who knew the hovered artUt, William rtt.wUlUstddenMbr tht tntatllfencs of his tmpftlrwi ttMlu, and he will have oontl hearty wubes tor his quick actteoTaplete reoorery. Xr TOD wank to bm (&rlM FnnMi Altmm at about 109 decrees fwbrenhttt below the sero of nu cuwnnftrr aismnea nuwur jun eontTatniau him upon ttie suocsst of his comic Dutch poems Bardou will be received by the ImmorUU on the 1Mb proximo aat. ss luck will have tt, the ?rstor to greet and orltlcUe htm will be M Vt act, who few Mt foot toslde of a theatre for thtrir rears kn atob Patttrsoh will leare to-day for ifolltofcysbtiri s. to attend the wedding or MUs Loerettiftlfln. anises of Mrs Pauron, who Is to tamanlsdto-ftCrrow to Ber, Ur, King, a Baptist clerfrman of that pee Okt. JonM M. ifAftuLrr, of Kentucky, Is loomincup most promlneuUf ! tho recant set onlhautrm hnrh iTMiInrkuwi and South erners (teneratlr of all political psrtlcJ, 9 enthu stastie tn their support Ills record Is eerumly of me riRnt onsracter tna nils tne fullest measure JniKii E. H. Kat and II. U Oosliojr, esqH ofTennnwee were In the District Court lodsr, look In f after the Wi tows It 7 consplraer mm, which Is being tried befire iudffe Use Arthur Judge Kams name Is being prominently mentioned In cofineetton with the circuit In tmwhlp the place made rseant hjr the death of Judce rmmons Tnr following members of CongroA are here, and at the plsct designated flonatnr II vf Pnof fint U Arlington, 5ento J V, (Tunnrer FIs . Htbltt lions J K. I.eonsrd La. Fubltt. 8. A. Maeker.Ps.FKbttt 3 T, Jones Als.FhMtt Chap man freeman IMlAt1elphla,and JohnfUrber Kr, Millar 1 Onntare Hchloleher, 210 B Mreet smith eat. 1 1 tram R 8tcveuvArfxons 901) Sixteenth street northwest Frank Welch, Neb, WiMslreet north weft P O Itavkell Kan' MM Twelfth street uorth weat.lt II fjtln 8 C, CSSmth (imltna avenue anutlirftflt J II Rattier,'' r , 1 TO L tweei north wcr W J IMrtniti Fla , Out East Capitol street, J II LaUwell, Ala , Mtlonal Tnr following Americans registered at the Paris nfllreortlie New York rilon PatunUy R Farren and family Jhwtiin Pnlun II to Hitet Dr. J D Marnanl and rami?-. WalilnjtiU Adim A Kramer, (tnrlnnatl iirand Hotol T 8. Knrrlll, New Orleans Hotel IUilc Iarkor Mann, Rjk-Iuw ter No 50 Rue Jacob Mr E Igar WlUHim Hronktrn No. S lino RAvlmn. llm Fannie W lllUnxa, Jlnuklrn No Rue Rovltna Mrs. U B. Retit Ilrooklyli So S Hue Rovlgno. 1 T Itcl, Prooklrn No 8 Hue Korlirnn Ii T Corbln. UharleNtnn H C, Omni Hotel W Vf Kimball antt famllr. Chlcapn Pjlcndldn Hotel n Trtmlln ami thsrleitrti 8 C, Urand Ilotnl William andenioul Newark V J. Prince AllK-rt Htel Mrs V IVterkln Ionfhkeepe Ilententint 1 4iionei K. itlee l nlte.1 Httea army Nwark N J, Hitel Ann ran t Colonel H K. 1 rout Newark, N J , Hotel Amerante HOTEL ARRIVAM ..Tf.r"rtfl"m"B n n.MrcyLr K At Win McMI h I ueorreVV Memlet, II h. IJpp myHt. A P tOtM Mtrr. inillwlH mil. Mr lfk-tiMV. Naval Ai1iMiiTi (it ctinrlffiU ri. l)rng.lHLo UuinLs, At II nnf-y,-CimilortallwIii V 8. A T HtLItt lt nhC Khair I' W M tl WamH ani, Ni-w rk. O II H-smI n tltampttn Ma a ttr J II lj o- Iliilwlclptils K II Kfl1v New York K It tt Nhrlll TVnn 1 H. A FaV V Htll h. fin no U K A I O M. At Mi Kk hnnit m II t, Via - NiitiTiln lunnt W H m on, t is. V i V II rtlconT fulrtn I i C k 1 f n a Vror ! N MiliUrlr.iJ I-. miw. Jrwlrr k. Md ( TIM) nns I Ivn II If IlirVlnihim, Mwlnl nt h, I KIVMtHirrvcvi Ja-npfnB'h iiMiht A 11 J ihn ton l'atl, trum ll e HdiihIis Dttawn CniAln. P. Tiit tt, ti t U IlntihtiMoo r! v U. IT Somii N ! M lip, I H At Mn W Wo lei hiiI hill I-ni-evllle krt J ilin M Woo-l worth ten t wifr.rtij! elirg IMlc, t h. N II f 'f-rf'- I V Kin I.Kl-oril KP Woo.) N Y J Jl.Otn ItiirtnilcN j J.J AUpn lire k Irn N V t lliirrr I mwiftan I wlf II ww llrtxik, 1 t (! m M V Hilton, CM Ml lirr Llitcam VV , Ii (tmtw N Mrs. ant Ml VI Phll I'lill. Mn It-tn-e-nt n h.-iii Wm N Hcott, lUlttnioro, T el (lurk Miinrli Aa-ttralts la trltf i rIaimm Tktnn Ft IV. II Inc. D. I Mcitrtti-r t KNKlT IIihIiii. Ii M Walmtt N V w r rwitmuiy.iiiuiuiiori" ii AUaiuv l-Tnlc riuiik-lt ctr Th V ttlmnt M. K rtonaln Otlnmhw OiWIen I nit furlti t Jo. LwkeiV rltv trl !Mn S"v "t ork Tti ini l"rlemr. North e Mrollnu. Ur an I Mm ! Uracil JuniO V Itklna. Nw ork trunk llii iirl f I 1 iini I- A Mrrfr W lnrtilir a I llpn ftrceit Wnnlntil Kd-Crxk, MurvUnJ AleJl ll ii HtiuiriaiM Ann i itnn, v irgu ii. Th' V'lni4U0n.-J C Hwmrnm C. VV. Prtnkanl n1Jirl. p 1UH N-w ork W. K. Ucklnlrr, rtvt J Vv MIU'Taii'twtV, t.iniMtr !.: Imrl J v hiut iHtutiiur'- if in irw iiinn i, jioiis, IWlttinoro UUt rIrrkSNtid J VV Jalriln, Mrlnla JohnT Harrta Hair aonlnirfi . Vf J,- II KcMulltit TiHti Jo I Tliatrher l h. Njlliotnw Ii. Htctiii N 14 Wm J MlUUtm, Mininicrrllle VV m VV It. (iirr lvtrbiirr Vai J e HJIv rbletLvC W Kwan J PrMwll lr M Mni rhilatlHphla. Mm II (I HIHn Irtintnn N Ji (Inirv ll Crawlnrt. Hlrt notwrt Cralnhlll. lynchbm a ,A 1MI awl wife Un. A. Cham- Dcrioiu an l ami mtii lie AT V(i iiui rouTicu Tift nTafform of the New York con rent Ion Uundernteioil In have been writtcu by Cliarlea E. tmiui, eunor oi uioAioany trtntng journal Dlmocxatic papers in Maryland deplore tbe'pnrtlaan bu given te trial of the corrupt ibivjuukc i ma im iun iiivj irv i'inwniu. A Lot laviitv paper urges John II Reaenn of Texas for tha Spe aken.hip lie was llwtmajtcr General of the e.4(iifedcracy. 9 ere moving fint. Henry WArrrnsoN, of the ImisvllIu Onnir J tirnnt Kasliels g!a 1 he Is nn longer a e niiKreanmaii iie ireers aiienauigio ins tiiui pHper on I ts getting fat It is thought that the proposition to hold a constitutional convention tn California U defe,te I r y about S vnti. A majorltr In Itx favor of all ine voios cai si ine eiiTimn was requisite To !AY (lilorado decides on woman anf frago yel It wont 1 bo a i-erfeetlr safe wager that not one woman In ten tlmmand outsl le of tint ritarn ! aware inai eoiorano ever mougni or ai 1 lAltigliersex ti vote Tnr Pemoretlc ktclters are verv stubborn Th p-erty has gone ti smwh lu UanilH hi eouuty CJiii 1 tt nn an oruinaiy ucKrit en 11 imi ini nil rie art of tl ei-ftmpa'ifn cnridiieiors a Repuhllean vk ury Is a a ired In liat charm ng loealitj Mn Hayks ixillcyhas been approved hv a nu etlng tr ( A ired tnei at Atlanta (la 1 he prin el h! Mnkr ald ihal the Dtnucrnlfc Oeive n i n had frtlibfi lly carrel tut their t lcltc and that the lilacVn an I v hlte were trratetl alike Thf pdithal Stiite conTontlnns this week numiier three "tf Mtmicvila Dcni'irriti held tholts In Ft 11111111 taj Tom rrow t 1 Svworb Dom m rat meet hi MMti) hii I the Mlnyiiirt Oreen haeVen In Kt ImU the latter thatnlugto re main In acsl u three d i) s (Jin Ofoncii- II McCtrii VN a mngaxlno artcle fiiuhuh hedcni inJe miauling army of f irty tt ntijt 11 1 men I the great ' VV hat ahsll we do with U til the Now Jersey lemKrsi VMtlnn the piM Iwovrsr h haittwiee Uii a candidate foreifikt hi Nw 0rItMfit0. K joint debatn is uroioed on the silver nu.Ml n Ulurrcti'ho II 'it KWiar t Pmltli an I M irat lUlotesd This U an the exaniIenf tho iinl"t nKil n which Leeplug ns 1 eon mny hrhitm 11111 a trul rnn.1 man ll Is u t Mr Miiiih but uitnofthe wkked Iartnen wlu write for thegol 1 1 lug OtNUivt WvLKtn, of Mrglnia, Is said to hawln-eneo idsrint I h th rlainnr nf th "read Jn-tcr lhal hchtthnii11 iwc I hie inaiil word in elefctioet f Ihe bou jr an I eredll if hi t-tate lim (lovenur wa m arrloiu I e haptens tosav ho has Im-cu mimn.I m m-1 JHK JliiwaUKPft fflfi-ffwiTa mat the uemo tralerUintialii haciiinmliialeit fur luivinior a in xt b llei an I utiicninuUe jmrtiwui a man who vta a lil e)niuihierr wuh thf Hwiith during; tlu war sulhasiliiiiir with anviilng tciiaHly Ui tl u in.t vhlent lnltdh-ouf the IVmocralie jsrty tterniiiie lie J in ireeiver an extreme liidatiou ikt, mid I i lt ii buy lu organiiiim the Greenback part) in Ihe "tale Ma H I) kmstuono, wlioni Governor Dielpa Irn aoo-t nted t j mici eel the late Senator ll-tK) tfXiMtniirl ) an ardent liclteier In the fi tnrej of the Wi-iwn feinorrae) Ha licks for a d feat midiirsti I-jiMarn eattdldrtte in ii but ex 1m e ta thut tlieti under Ihe now ii fmrtluuineut, the vttntniit 1 1 in lii cutitrol of theeuntt-utlou, and make tho I latfbnn and nomination liovittMm Y'HNO of OUis is confident that tl e Itvi oillcafis ulll carry that taU b irora A.ifl Ij i)ili iiuijirlty Ibo h reV iigtucii are claming a i,reat d ul ani ho did iiut know but tlialthev init.ht succtfd tn slnlnj tlie balance of Imtrlitrii IlelaMro that they mi d Ih tnts Ihe i.ei liim j'S l nllod flutes (tiiafur If they roitMpi- t iti lneiiilxcrs I vU nll Imi enough. A f rihn Uuntie inoeeuient the Uior tell a ti nvepiiihnt i f the tli i limaU t mn ere that It ii ii ii am in it toaintH nt- It mixbt knim fuw hoiitiel Itt-j) lI uite-from thu poll bntihatWM " I ''i,. iliie-i MereniDttcviy ino icn itenity Is leu I it 1 irti-L and run a flnutlv luiraati with ure it j. r InfiKt sdlwt lli iive.rnnr I hVa'iyU 1 JtMt of uteau h uilf New llhntUd .i iiiiu Uiui r mil If Oenofat Itcany 's ' lltmAii Kn ik I.1ibi oil If 1 ttbdira tvitl hn tHiialrt In Columbus TMIPrUXCK FVmihUSH. u In ere,'i K tcmv ram e leetlnjf was held In lh IUiiiliiexl E ihurch yertcrliy annifwn uu ehr tl e auiniceH f f the Idte ' Thrlxtian Teiaper an et nlon " bert Tntetdell e, a temjiersnee ad fftt froiu weMerti ! unsy rsnlo. etellvcrod an enee.u i a id'eiR Mr ntiMl is a re'nrmod man nnd hb avcouin nf iho treat teijieranrci re vlval In PrjinTivsn a ard other ilaee win re he has been biooilBf was very fnU)ii"tirr Earned aiilttrcbie roarke wers aisu msde liy Rv h VV Itloek p'ii nf lUmli it ehuKti and by the Kev Jain! IU( ijr fgrmuar vtsrspaKor of te rtist l'pt-h)vTan churrh aMreat Bend Pa A Una th rty Uuk thn enl 1 ujtr clllfstioit Mt'SMireasre beiur lakan to day te aire be Oia. prance wctk a fnh and eathuilanU aul la lb tlty. I I II ..II JJMlll AMUSEMENTS. TIIK NATIONAL. "Velio XAusr" U a taiuurr drim. w Jen br Dion Douclcault for John ttcCullougfc Tbe piece was prodnoed at Booth s thsatre several years sgo, and U stni remembered and Utirhed at as the direst, most disastrous failure of tlie dramatlo de cade. Boucleaolt, who never makes mUtakas when writlngplars for hlm-elf-tnutanee The Bhaujrh. ran," "kerrT" and "London AtraranesT ooour pouched tht large sum UeCullongii bal paid hint, only remarking TTheros no accounting for the pub lic a whims, my dear box McCulhragh, la dis gust threw the mtnnscrlt away, and we thought nelle tmai" was relegated to the lumber closet. The present era of clrliliaUon probably prompted mr ruru o ao uu liiue prwc uimoi inwara bridging the bloody ohasm. Certainly his tbeatri el udgment could never hare told him that his benches last night A Mil of fare Is as suseeptl of serious treatment as ' nolle Lamar" Is of analysis orcritlctnn. All that the management could do to wrap Bouclcaulrs memory In nns linen, myrrh and arlutle decorations was done The orchestra was better than usual, with the (Yocytton of a frequency and preponderance of ettle-drum, which a Teutonic drummer, probably daarhimtif. beat as thourh he enlored tha misery of the audience The event of the evening was tht nrst appearance or WW Annie story in a pan oener suited to her abilities than the (bun&w.ln the "Danlcheffs" which gaveputyto neither her gen nine dramatic Internally nor touching bits of sentl monL The lady surprised even her frnds and won warm commendation from the critical coterie present. Her quick, nervous gestures her lips curlad In the very titremlty of scorn and ber eyes flashing heattlghtulngln the earllor sienes, gave her the plc(urqua appesrsneeof a Fnnnlsh grpny, wlch U well adaptelto portray the rammts Uelle Pojrd from whom llnuelesult drew the character, Mr IauIs James, as (A ntllp 7I(js,madt up for Cuitr He played m 1th his Uttial correetness, but erldentlyhad no heart In his performance Mr. klnrtton as SoneimU Jurkton msdeupfor Morgan, the beieeaneer, which was not Htonewall JaeVson s way. The linen were rendered fairly but like all attempts to portray great historical characters on thesftagu retiltod In llttte more than mediocrity Oeorgo IVnham ns NyMi, the Union soldier wan excellent iicnnam is genersuy gooti anu ine Irtch nol Her ts always popular A gentiemsn who piayoa a union omcerwas cnteny disttngut annuo mutitarht closely rewembtlnt: an s brunh wood Mr IVuelcult probably foreseeing toe Impowibllltror th words brenklng through, iimi uiouKnimiiT pntTiaeu no iinra iut inn pnrt JVHe iAmar,rwUl be repented to-night and dur ing the wrek and In raanj mpects Is well worth an erenlng s attention MtM 'Mamrawlts eowies neit week She Is from Oermany, but has acquired our langnage Hie Is said to have genius and rare personal beauty. tiijc opkiu iiousr. Tbo Kernan Brothers hare struck the road to fbrtnne In leasing the Opera IIoiie and engaging a flntt-cIsM company to perform therein The per forinances are very proper and select the remit of which will be that a Urge part of the audience will doul lies be la lies "Tht ltatlnn Iiulmno,or the Plave of the Harp." with little Itllle Lee aMIie Ptsvenf Ui Harp Is the drama while the various norclty pur form tnce are unexceptionshly good ticnnaii inure inrucuinny hwuco uiu wnniiy in a future edition ACRDFROM MUORE. aitlSOT.D WAsniinroY, n C. Octmcrl IW7 Mv attention hu leen enlletl to the fnHowlnr parajrraph In the New v. ork Jinks of the Jnhol Ke)tetnlKr ulto A Wnntilntrton telegram s)s that Major ' CJr!wo! t of Baltunore who was nn thoMnTfof tJcneral Hinder lu eoinmsn I of the Kcbcl prtstiti fiens during tlie war, ha lreu ap- pilntc I to a msitl )ii lu the Treasury Pi.'pnrtintiit, ah 1 Ihst ( anialn Porter, of tha HAh IlMimta rcgl iieut. In hfs Untlluony Ufure the tnngrel mal (immltti'e on the eon luet of the ar sail of drfuMoId "lie Is the mot Infamous wretch I cv r saw ' ThU whole statement In every psrt an I parcel Is liifainouily fitl-n; imllur e lurgea an 1 rtatementt hnelH'Cii male tf re and tlirco times teen fully ex am I ned upon evl lenee nncu by dcneral drsut hlniMir once br a firmer lvwtma-ler I eneral and i lie I v all the cabinet, and I have been as often cxotiers'e I In lnnrt Place. I never vason (ten win lor s staff secondly, 1 never ttn aipolnlcdly fcre Ury fclu rm mi or any one ehe ta pof'HIuu In the Ircuury Dctartuunt aul tlilrdl) (At Pirter an 1 oilier nrlaonen tcrtifIiiB licruro a conitnlitee of(ongreisat the cIomi of the war at a lime of grent sfcernuy or tiling entirely er parte aud tritiioiii iium? n iihwh" H(KCil ui nmci no ln ogiinst me, but kirn) ly gmieral uj rowh'ns with nut kutnltig ma )aroually fortneil without any knoulmliret f tn real noHltlon or wh im wont tlia or lor eoinplaine 1 of 111 regnri imy imiiion in uaMiiUTTin me meis arc I vaiapTMilnte'el by leu llrnnt dlreeth tint H a ptMltlon lit tlie Put Oftce liepurti le-nl then t j aooliiyii In thelkpartircnl of Jutk-e, an 1 atrr wardn 11 uiilnateit 1 1 him lu 1-f of the i lilted tatev Tlntrlrt(urt fr rlorids, ami then at Tirrlturbil JudCIilA;r Mexico Nonee f thewc lscea Hera dielted but voluntarllr UnJi're-1 with a fill In iu leilg of inv hUtory, an 1 lecaiiM In the ye tr JX72, 1 made In the Fourth fongrrf lonsl d Mrlr of jBr)itiu 1 mc nioiurcenn taurai rton tv ertrtnado since th war tn that Htausg'nit a Pctnocint rtahing 1'iitvi Tetiet In tm w ,nl of Halllninreelt),a very laie nutntcr of Itriaocrnts vrtligfirmc and much tie loigi-trt filmUc publtean party In my tlhirlet Agal 1. wtif o I wm atom time in command of Richmond rimrtfngto ( 1 ten Winder who eoinnumled then the Deiwrt inent of Henrico Inclu Hug L'rhiu ml I neier had ani authority Mhatcvermer IJhhy prlwm W hen Miet rd from duty at Klehiiuul 1 was ctrdvrel to report to fie 11 V In ler, then command lug tho Department of 1 rlsoners lapplleil to he ex nt tithci Mel 1 and Ulng refused Im'guet mycommlMdon In the army an 1 at th ruiueot of Humphrey VUrhall o Kcuiueky fnnned with hdo a iHirtnerjhlp topraitleo law My rcslgnattni wasrxniol iuid after three m nth kick ta a I was obi gc 1 to g3 or to bo court mar tin Kit 1 wrji trdii-firrel tithe c unman 1 of Ten liar dei nnd nr b rM to tlumb a. ! i In eommaii I of 1 milium I loiiml tfemuidir cuinmaulni ul Mtaisln anopeu fcUl and IiMcryhad isrters nu 1 condition 1 electliietl ti tsko 1 nminan I until I coul 1 i.t them irnietil ti (bo elt) of 1 lumh n Col M niim houtvor Inslntesl iimji lfRlng and nominally I vrai lu ecmniainLbut I never die tatrd an c nhr until tlu wen remocl to the illy an 1 till) on one cue anion guru adrlee theetlHerln iniineni tie ensro k "" on nnmr priwui ruirs uhlih neither I n trim mild modlfr When re mocil to toluniLila the loniuilMiry geT era! 1 f priaoiier inuur nn urn 1 (uuruni iiuro niioctary thing aa d um Milionlh ate tu his order 1 never kinuf or beanlof ien cmifc of complaint there, lut I do kn iw tSai myself and family eonitniitl) ill 1 arte nf L.Iiii1iipi4 t 1 rlun ion as that nlitneipr an) nf my lmmetUt family appeared lu their vlow their were recrhni an en ilirt-M aud every token of reiecL X. UK1HWOLU NUTKft M)TANCIKS. Chinami n are quitting Denver. Tiik niaplo trees have begun to conflagrate their hik Tw 1- ntv Hartford churches u ulto to invite 51 ind; there AtTt-MN Is dyeing tho Southern fields a LHMUI IU1 ILlH. )l llOU Amw cotton fiecUry with 23 looms will sonifcUrt luamntmh Tot iKV, (which is iu Kansas,) is tho Indian wuru lor kihkii jhubum's Somp otu has ewtlu ttcd that Taris hits 1717 hunchbacks an 1 In duatfi IkMToV iucomo from Httior liceuses this j ir n 111 miinu u u kh mi nviKiKUKK fvtory hit well nigh depopn , I'1 Hendricks county Ind IHrKCTivrsaay tlieM is comparatively lit- immwiiiniipw in iiw mrc i AoRrFN cattle blli with CouiltlctiS Itzs. Is i wIkIIhc m (.sou rIi.ilKt1i vie ' r. . i i i , .l,,r ,riIn'Pr V "wpa wl ,Wt')uff the'r dried pcach-s Ill net nearly . (Ikiuuia. inner ehoulitcs tha msrrliPA of Itolurt foodies and Marino Noodles. 0sv Unltel Hutes soldier can whip fifteen Indians If ihi) tebauiou.tdou t call for a police man lr is onlv flftv thousand dollars (leorirn tho Count Joaunes wants from Suthcni for making fun IT IS sail of Gen MrClellan tint he la tha miwt nominated and uateioc tad man In V.mcrlcan pomics ONEof tho greatest vvonlers tu this worll. M)An-lrfiS JSiai(ir, Is uhat Ucomos of all the smart c nil Iren A sfAKF ai" biir as a hair pin was found In a p teurr of rullli in Sew ork Iblicomes of far nerx ronsltrtngil rlrcuvs toiuu Jtibwamps Titv Voutrwl lifici auys that a phstcian In that irj U rMi n m tie tt ullksof an Miotic i h Id hy HM a tr, rwM-J jvirilom of Its hkull 7un placo to look for pins at present is aroiT. 4 ins fro it vt" 1.0 te tu the kcimii the kit fntrl naijoutthu biit If you haya good lyltlna ' hs'i ' Tub PcuusyUanla miners aro setting ready to tMiia hard wars Ihtre Is no exert Iw as ex hauk ivvm tlroi.i bo'itders by the hour at a company of mtliila en tho run The rblladelpfclans encht to keep Job n R Mwrtou tha treat vmbexzler, lu the Pi nusiient l.x hlbltion of which hs ws p'eatdciit. No (,!( could bo of mt.ro permanimt 1 iteresl TitKruasttrlT retroat of Meheuiet UI leadi listolii'srUtsthe U ileorkie B Vvt1ellau In d a guts atid naturally aixUtiktuoorerhls rar and gvt hoHie In time U run for Uovcrnor Aa Tvrstt' testlmonr draws nearer and nearer i mau of New urk w rent inwu our esiei moq c wiapoiarica u.rTit(? incraii)v nuan titles of rxld water upen It A V HVrM Tnm I will soou ba verr little trua ela qusi-e.-e left lu Fims As ft U tshea a tifih rale urab r talks peUtleetn a dark alley at m dii cht he has a tine dipped on Mm lliatwanld raarca feiai uowipapcr peiulve fur fifttTCitt butdred yrara. 1877, FINANCE AND COMMERCE. wtett Md tTfemsUwrrsn2sm? milTreMnrw nld out en aeoourtf oThJW'stf''''wr ant lorlKnifU.iOm t-utonrewtpKtViyM-. . Money ay ofTWrrd at a, exrtianajp learyii;1" ratm ftjr carrying, S. Oovernmrnta steady at the tv lowlag prlcta: iwfs. ewiponimm.tiow,isnri. . .. ! iwfk ow-...w.iixJ Naw nvM . - ..!: tsars - IVTK'Ten forties. -.- . -M i'Teo forties. , Biate bonds dnlL Tawswiira,eltt -41 : ... " aaw tVi Vlrgtnta Kim wmmm. so So. nsw.se oo. onfwot. 71 . do. dtftrrtd 11 Umlaianars. s AUlMuaars da l. aaorgtara.M.. tin North fVreUna, Id 1S l farAilna a t il btsmmtthtrotlna,0rit . M IV Woeilh Carolle, nsw.M SO umwrmwm lr r -,,nri. . ass mocKi atrong. TheMlowin ere tfca opening and elostag raUs for Oa..rreoi the New York titk PxchangeR flAams Offtfnt Ho4t told, ttrlrtt. nrlrif rscine stan... S"- TM Chicago and NorihwewTern . MM . .do-- praftrrfd. -. nock rland. , lmM naini raui "111 UTS HannlhAl n3 St, Jowph. I Ak Hhnre , , ,, , Ntw ork CVntmt . H Ohb and MlMiwlppI H nw. Wanuh . . ....- . Union lantle ,-. Mtmourl I arlrl' , ., Mlftmran Orntral . Itflawarei and II n (son w HWW . Jersey Ontral , Delaware Iack and Wmlern. (told to erry MnntiywH HM ...,,.. Oola. ,- "1 is tr R.aliM,tu,rebiifred Hm., PIveMwentlMCJ and J, IMS . K1v(ktwantli. J and J-lW FlveMwMitlc,J aod JlSfM New ne per rants WHHmH., Currency slxew ...... , CongrfHM guaranteed S-SV . 4' lr CWnt, tt U. Iwinila 4 per cent. U, B. ttoods, reg M Ontd. . Pore4n KTrttangca: Three-eUy bills . Hittr-davbuu..,. , i rn ii . tnew 103 m COMMERCE. BeLTmosi.Oct.L-Xtton quiet, mUUlog ltt0 11' & Flmtr dnll antheary IToward Street and Wealern anpef riTVA-l; do ettra SV: rto. fkmllr fS.Mt t file Mills upr4've.74,domr as.SiMs.Ts, do It to urn 1 his f iw( ainn) ihiiiii , 1 A. dnnlr 1 Wit ISA VV pAiern atenmer Si"llild diNn.! Winter nnl, annt ft V October fLti. OTfni ber !.? bl I do No S Inter red tl HV Onrn Knutlicrn unlet and mendyi Weatemmilet and arm Houthern white Ua"l, do rellow sic, Vvmt rrnmlsed Hpnianl Ov-tolwr, ft7vae Noeennlxr SOo o-i rietuner m m 1. fkitiemlet ant ale. wl tlo 3VJVc, rto inlErftl iiieeini! aimtiR, lur ttrm and demand good, Maryland and lenn ayHanla prime Ntl trolxtnaNtedrand Ann Tork fH73MH Bilk Menu MhrmHiTtiitTsr ctenr rib aldii B'.o packed 71.(Kyir. Jluron-Hlunilncnsr clear rib aldm t',OT Se llama l-it IwerU-Itedned lO'.r littler C ltoloe ivwrreaiit firm low aod nietlfiim dull and nominal ihe IretWoatf-mtl aV peeroleunt l rude nominally S'ae refined Il filler eWTe-eipilit andntoadyi K10 cargma l(i;lc, Job h nl"2U' WhUkyquletat112lC em arqulet at lu .r IlTolpta-Mouriwn, heatTI)ro romD.iO), oats Jiwcryi si. bbit un uU-VV heat 1 14 000, corn I W0. CiTTLE MutKirr. IlitTturiftX Oct 1 Hiit t la dtirlnir tha nnal rlr hve tn-vn fiilrlr a"lre butprlexe are f 1 y lower 1 1 ry iwt ' nrtiunJliy 4 f(e, u edlami'jfi So or tlnary J'.taAS inont aalen at ruir, Ite- c-inii r imie.iJ I ix iiht nven 111 mir neman 1 ai nncu an gej raiee. ranxe & S'4& llncflpt TSiV Mieen tare been dull bit rteady range 4We. Re celrU Ul JHKU KOSACK On Moixln mornlnc Otober 1 atSU onwk tVrrti Kiwactc bom In Prntwli lugtiMt 10 ia,nged otty-one years, ona month aud twrnty-eina tlNMt. Kuneeil will tnkaplnr fromhllrolhera residence, No ll irntli aire! nonhwi-ai, on VVedneaday, iMoberX.at2 p. pi Frlnd4 ant reUtlTe of tlie family arerwpectnu y inslieiltoaitenid IIARI AN Kiiidif-vtUa Ohio e n Kcptrniler i 1ST A rwTDN II isuk, of thU city, pgrtl alxty Hre yrra. II1.L.-..I-. Hllll.. l..tB-t t-Bk-lt llll-l. iiviwiiniHi iiitifvitiiniri wti0aii, itiifiutiv IHIVI V. hhiuIhv Hulfiiilwrl) ltT at ltn.m. ai hiatal reMtdewe, N. l-ttt K at reef, Fitemiuh otria. Th-frtenlsnf tbefenilly are Inrlted to alien I his funeral irom Trlnltr rliur h uu V liieilar. (ktolwr S, el 4 O H k p. lit nr-i Iwtr i'niiiuipni inu.rn orx pujM-n piwwvrupy j MAIlTIf-Oi Hept-he - Kctiv C the be loved wtianfA. J MMiln ftrrl n and protracted Ulnee tt h eh lor- t li ChrMlan fortitude, In the tort)' tlmt rvui br r. The ftmernl w Ul lako pair luda3 (Vloher t. at A o noe k p. m inm nT mi reKtnrni atenue nontiwrw 111 hltllfl I lUltluieee. Alesaudrta and Leeeburs papers ideNM rvVJ 1 UNDERTAKERS. T f. UK It U h K7 "" LAUINFT SlAKEltVNU UNDFnTAKLR, CABIN Kr MA K Kit AM) INIiEni AKKR, Na G1J ELF Vh NTIIKritf ET X W JIKlVKf KAMI O BTRLIlT. SYeTBodlMKaitMilnied aud prcpiu-rd (Or tratuporta tlon at the ahort eat notice. raySS R. r. ii a n v r y, KOtHT STltXKT N0RTHWK3T. HOUSES An stfrerTiafMtt tnrrtt ni this ttrptwtmtnt Uib iitilipriitfrtnctAiHitifttiretftfifreHiltiOyoM' room arui th'trim ivnmiinQ IV drfanno of yvur A im wiih u pUtrttfd. Try prrjer wwlenni'on yo r aiUrtltmtnt ui)(ffot htto two hnft, eutitt g tivertti for taen ( LTfon lioini el( it room si a li i Ury ixl are, ker nifxi n iur n IiiUUiiiaave iue OC11-31 1OOM YIR JIFNT-UIJ I' STItFKr Nli-VP. it the IXbltt Inula or eu mile auSilf Ol "? MHHtrFT M)RTIIIF4T FOR HFVT. 'lu hmi l..mi-ly f irnteliwl moms en mi te or alitkl all molt9 u meuienreit. tMJUlltrn evumure, one ot Hit b-t lona tlemlu Uta el'y aerJv-JW F0W IIFM-IWI L TUI FT NORTHn WT-A a ilte of rue mi oa viii floor htuie1-enitely far niiilitsl daili rn nt an I el hu-I at I art vA VV llhln Ion ammreaif Ibe liunerlal fXbitt anJ VMtlard a. Hull nf e fur HSnalr or Member Kent moderate Also, inu vii luiuiwi'ii uuiui vh iiiini nuui ivi tfii. apj-i F)ItRlVT-0 814 fK FSTf 1- NTH bTHEET NorlhweaL rleaant Bllllfl it l'AHI)KM iuid inttie iionma miniaiMi or uniurnuiK-ti nitunreiiK ft IMt-ired atOl-lin ANICF FUnSflUO iKOVT ROOM FWOD Moor cnmniniiU'tttiiiii ball bnlh ruoin but and fruut roeia on third fleor All modern hujirove iiiriiiai tTjiiirmi ut rvii ii'nwr niift44 quiut luiuilr Ao. UntiliieenihiiirweenorihineMU rpUtm fa 007 CTRrKTNnrtTllVKXT-HVF II IND. t) I )MH, FtmM-JllHi IUt)MS eu autts or ad ale Liirerruli aouihern exposure pvJit boeiBe nllh ifTounn,Kiin 11 inr-i air Ufiereic-raKlvi aiKt required. JiuArdUdt-are-d. aeli-ISl" NktV )UVMFDR0I1V14 IMHM4TC ( tAblet Uard at Mn. itmwt Aiulus, MIlF street au) Ulm tOin I HTRKIT OPPeiaiTE KRANKIJS tU '-v equate Moons fuiulAltfd and iinfue. athe1 wlili ubieboarJ aaVIm SKI. ArlUihm botl very hn t BiWMlbletttbuthlhieaoiHtreerttr. ay. I Lf 004, 000 A!u008 ..KS'KLV.'i Ifjnlsn oely furiiKhedroome vb 1r-lNi Ub a bttvni a, tn SMand ulirTrKMIIt op. pfWlie UlAVfllN HUlTAItF, one of I be in in eitibie (nia-itii,m Ul rj.Kl U be fojud in tha uiy my:nf 70n RFNT-llUHlHTirr TtHljH IS A Fill A? VAIK am I, wlihor wllbn n rwurd. In a 11 ale nt t naia aurroJndiNl hybeautbVit ground, Ac lr one r Ike wo cuol. digiirable and bealtby pans ol ; a ealilir uaria of Aox ," wtlh name aud hijiimi ItOOMS FOR KENT naitongton tuubrrom mUir(ttnt ttUitnriU or w MiMiH,oiil ihmunowonlyon imii m rfn( aVif quickly and tn a point Unant lhatU t y tntfiling an rut vtrtiJmrnHn Ths Hwi-Ulit ICK An n tin fuemenl prntmrtyeontUntrdrmbtpoHnt fourtlnst irAI A tfU e fut ty antfi for tft$ ftrtt (ttvd each suAcgiiml inter slflQ NINTH flTHEET-FOn HENT, I'AKIJJlt 0w and bad rooai,aecond ovon furtilshed ecn . , . fnOR lirWT-ASUTR OF KUUNKIUH ROOM I1 on third A we.imi'MJlbadaofji and bath Aroir at HIS II trajlthJihwgjt. prt-a j tOIt nKNT-OM SLEVXNTII fiTfcNCJUTII. MJ pat, aeroad door above If Hert. foilr fcrnl;hrj lUKJMH hath, gas and all modern tmprot C&wn,' A iwu-tr of renilfrnen who would furnjuh their oSTtt aervant ran hart use ef kitchen if wantA. ho other lorfirera laken o-3-tw ifwantA. FUJIMIIED KOOiW AT T INDIANA AVh MJK. . ev2tm 17or nFvr-PFUoiiTryb rAtiboua ani X- thatnbrs,handMmfar rirnlahed, with iwwltli! outboard. No 4 ifayelts SQuara. ocd-tt A LADY WILL RENT ONEOR TWO CHFER cV UL, newiily furnlabed roams to a lady hoard IT dpalreH nooiberbwrlers Addrras airs. W"1 lltkl ALL, VA Mhjngion, Ud. oc2 FOR REVT FLEOANT DOUM R PlRmiV, newly furnHIW, (o as bed room) Awlnl mentaflmolaa. Wo. till M atreet nnrthweiL Her erene-M reonind Attn, fumhhed lront IWXiM nn third floor lor a single gentleman ocH l FOR RFVT rURMSIIFD TWo"pUITF OF roomi on first and aemnd floora, w th cr wllbout board, at 631 V street nortbwat half aii.are from patent and puwt-oinoe. octl 5t 17WR RKNT 9 O 8TRKKT 8OUTIIKA8T A- Beren-ruoni brick hnna In ood repair, onooMta Unllcksgrooary store Key at No. UfJ street aonu ease ecSMi FOR RFVT-rV M BTRFET THREE STORY nRICK IinUHR.bay window. 0 rooraa bath hot and cold water, range, lAtroba, and all modera conrenlonoM. Kent low to go id tenant. Vacant IKti ol October Apply te II. D ilAUR 1313 F atreot. b JOHN HIIERllAH, Nn. (.St. Cloud Buildino. no. 11 nnraMDonnww.7 rtKHnv frama No. 103 Hereoteenth nlreeL T rooiua. muiL Imo IS 0 No. m0 8eTenteiiiti1rett,troonimod Irap is ot Vr Oreen and nrtdse at., Oeo t n, 1 r hrkk. 09 No. tv Tenth Kreen w.t rooms nrkk,m I t OS P.O. ITBOftteet ao4ithweMt,lSrooma,mud. Imp. WOO No. its V street northemit, o rooms brick, m. I, en OS No. ail Tenth atreet 11 w B rooms, brick, m. 1 w M 00 No, lift t street n e 11 rooms, m, L, fumUbed -ltl 00 FURNiiuna No. tot O street northwest, mod. Imp, 1V)00 ItlABONABLH CnrTKfTIOfS 'ARFKITMY MADK TAT MKN li ItKNDKRl,D MONTHLY, WHKN D HIRKXX TO LOAH-roO. MO, (I, Ooo and I0O, FOR PiirTnK FOLI-OWtNO FmST-rTAWI IiOANrtirnANIri" fSFeVRFDOV FIIWT 1 I hh IIIOI'FRTY DOTH DnAWINO FlflHT 1 r.- imuruii ivn, 'HtCI-Nl INTJi.ltl'Mr, F O R R K N T itr re. it wanxt n a rn. URAINAUI) II n Alt.NHt. KliWIN A, McIITUIMl a SIS I etreH uorthwent, oppoetl Mnaonto Temple More tn 1014 "th street northwMt. ........,-.. m No, 1W0 Vermont avenue, IS rooms, pi L - . 100 No.nMlM n.w hr atory, IS r . a water .JBH No. 1)11 lllhaircrt norttiM ent it room, all m I- SO Sr Ml KM n w.lrW.! 4lory IS rooms all tn.1. 71 Vo Xfitokellace U n brltk Vntorr tar a.m 1. 00 No. BIS I atrfct in rtliweat htoreandd veltlnc . 09 NevtlOriN aremw friir e iiitory, IS room m L M o. sa 1 nireee 11 w, dih k, nuiry irniiii mi iu i. vw NaCXll-juetCapttot eireet new, in mom, all m. t. M h fut (Vipltnl at , new hrwlc S tory, all rn L. M No.fr; 2datrel n w ner Mnre S room, all m. L. U No.liM(M auultt hrlrk Sitery, 10rs.,all m.1. 30 No 1134111 at iMHIIueiial, linrk J etuf',Srn., ni. l. 30 V.i. lw M nortb-nral brick i aiory, 7 r. m. I 57 No.trTM nr1here tirtrk.asrt rr,7 rooma . a No.ttwii"t imrthweot I rW k. 1 "lory, to rooms- M Niimr! mrtliwi-af .iiewbrVik ruoin. S O.S)lliit Kontlieaai. n-ume 7r mine m t - St Nn.lVTiU.iionhweMt brie k lattiry 7r,, lttlu 2ft hUireandelnelllnKieeiiand IU I ave.li w.SnJtV No.1loVHt nmbeiit,frnine Snlory 7 rtmnia ll No.JS Iim.aiiitliwwt, frame Ura. iMaidwater. IS No. 71 txrreee at., brick Satory roiim.m !.. tl No. At Hefree l , Irrlt k S room m I- . . IS Nn 11 J V J ave northnet brie-k lMnry,lraM IS No.TZTltthel aonibtkiet,rrani,Shlurirfroonis. II No."0 ldtrevt frttint Jlnr),7 ruoutan.MM.MM IS No. I Oat norlhwe! frame 4 wnmwm.H........ 10 No. liCS llmindnrr, frame S ronui.. w. ... 10 HlorvNo liHIOth nt nnrlhwenl .....,.,.. . 11 J. 1-1 r'alooneraalley.hrlrk Xsttiry, srooma.n.H ln BKN 1 Also a I arse number of oilier liouaea, a ftil I llel ofv-hh h lain be een hi i ur offlreet, 1-tlH HA I Ji VV e are nffi rliia. numerous banralns la hoiutea and lots larxo and amall an 1 would be nleaaed toaee lartU-q denlrlnx lioiiieiior looking for utwet tiifiita. aelO-tf POH RKVT 1101-ih 612 ltl nTFFNTn HTRF1T Intormntlon obinlned 1SW F mreei aenl? If VV . VV lIilU-UMlr. I port Uf NT SH TW hi FTH KTIIFFT A IIASD . HOMH V fiirnWied HOlteK nf thirteen ronma. orauitetiorfiirnlalu-il Itnonmoit flnu aerand and third IiR IthNT-rl HMM1IKU OR LNH'KNISHKD -Mmi Iriivnt re-sldenre, in a most fahloiiHble rart nf tliedty with eerv e-onvenleiipe Including lltlrlct teleirapb Ac tar lurthrr ptentcutara, tern .tc.. adJrfna, V . O . Ilt-ri oLie an file. P k)R iu vr-ron n p rm iv thf cool. net lorallon In tbe rltv. Bboitt tt rem annexe frum the Capitol ibree new hrkk limine three a(orbnlii roiuuklMty window nil the nu) un all th imxtern Itnpr ieiinnl. Inquire ol J ll. A lit lit-It, romns J x and IV ederal building enrner of an 1 Her eulhatn-cta. JtT-tr WANTS. TIT A X T F I)-A TrWNT Ft)R A BIHTfr O? T haudnielT nirnlat nt lUHIMH 7H. bit lu line board for two uliizle inrvinn Vf tr will rent live n Ire b fnriilstied itmin, miltat le lor hoiuwkentng, ltnuaei rliate 3411 I eniiylvanla aen ie irtit "V AUI-1 hMXiMi OR flllUDHTORY i front ImiU, north of Pennrlrantaaveiiii andeeutiof rtmrtevnth atrvet with board for cenUe ni4tuiii wire lermi umni nn pkhi rate, Atmruma, ii, ii.,-iik-rt sliiak onice HOARDING. if"ORro HOlK, K2AXU9X KBTKKF1 NORTHWRiT. PRKKS mil ItOAKIl. Ier month - - .. , .(S 00 Pit month. If latl I In adi ami ,. -, - II ul I rr Wt-ek m . M WH 4 OS Ilrcakfaatordlniier - -- . M Ijum h .. .H It! .1 PHatlrketM . 100 yjfl IWIAI'D IN TIIK t ITY UHl Meul lur nrenkral t Ktnitlns lid "" ami ir ViiriMi iunhMl K R. helttT. liquor or tobnuco of any kind anld. aos-ly - BOMtDFI S PAN DO JiFlTHlAT THE TRK MUVI llOtSK tl nu any place In the city Cull Qfin O STRJET SOUTHWEST -FOR RFVT, OlU pleanatit Mmtli front room, wllh buard, either tranxluit or veriuaneut. alao, table-bord. ap7 If tVII D8THFFT NORTHWRTT-rOOM AND Wtll 110AHIUaiidt4 per week aet.ordlnglo lo cation of reoni 1 raiment ft jKrilay. table bourd mww inmodwleij nihio-tf AJ7( rENVSUVlMA AENL12, NEAR tr ' hUib-alreit UHJe.-trt-eI board wlih room, from l lo 10 pvr week iraiuUnt- l no -t day lelilf FOR SALE. Al rill 1ESALE. ITIOUHAIK lURFKHrOKV RRICK ItOlMKH. A-' entirely mw rto IJ lotMiia. b window e; all modern fmuroveoietUa, d airnble lotMllon Terms eay Will frw1eonior teo lioiwf. IniilieofJ II. AHl Ur It, Uledtial Ball tine ooruer Heir nth and intj:rior adornments. DiXORV.TIK AND FISF 001 D ALL l'AI'KK3. I renpect hilly announce lo ibe p iMIe thet I am pre pared 10 eshibit the Urgrst 1 m irtment of VIS I. PApriTllANOlNU of any eatablUh merit In tl e e hy The ifood are In the iiiodtrn atIcAf on anni Uliwii frmn new end orislnal dsaUn Anioimil vui nre many unvelllwln dacih rnnjw liTtNo dfkin i AUo a Urge norlmut of til IIT, MAI IV and rili.V.NKA.wnkb 1 will all 1 iiw n loiver thun die euaiket ptloei lefratieab JOHX AM XAMiPR. ae7 Ko f!M Punmliai 1 ateuue. mWENTy ffit Ofhoee and onnullnta roeni tele, al II AM 1 1 TOY-H, Y. MCA, UuUJlna- for flU. aull-FMlw