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THE NATIONA1, KEPUBLIOAST, TUESDAY MOBNXffG, JULY 15, 1879. IS NEWJOVERTISEMENTS 003STSOI-'I3D-A.TBD Fire Extinguisher Co. Successors to Tho Babcock Manufacturing Co. WAMIIIXl.TOX AUKNCY, No. 603 Fourteenth St. N. "w" ., WASHINGTON, D. C. I'rnprlptnrn of tlio Connolly 'Hoiisohiilii' KsklnguWIiur, llxlicnck Champion 1"1 Con Holly t'lirtiililra," Connelly Vnrelimio Kn Kin''", Cliimiploii Village i:nt'lni', ItnbcoiU mill liiiinpliin city Ihiyluo-, Connelly Sin tlnnary Tanks, ('lumpily Uiillnmd Unglm-', Hiilicork itimk mill I.-nliler Trucks, lln Carts mill CanliiKos, I'litrnl mill ulano AViikihik, 'trumpets, .N'ujiW'1, Kli omen's Out flu, mill ovnrjlliln pertaining to l'lli) l)e imrtiiieutn. Asenls for ttio mile uf tho celebrated "BANQOR" Extension Liiiw and Fire Fscsd3. lllustrntod Catalogues mnl estimates furnished upon application VHAS. M. MA It TJX, General Manner 1y-1m OoiHiilltlMiNl Klro lixUiimiNncr Co. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. cjtv xotes. OKl.tMl.tMIVUVI.ni It- C UK.tliY 'ID ll.VICi: IMMKDIATKI.Y A1TKU IT 1-i SIXK1-AH.-MJIA'I'KI.Y k in , jiiiai IV UlirilfllM.VN .4 CO.. Jyll-lm H.T9 Louisiana itvimiii.. i nr. Imh iliti'l. XOYKVTUKQl'im:il mi:i.y Aiii'.i Ulll'.-AI.I. WK 50 LAWN CAMP CHAIRS, OAK VHASIhH. WITH HACK AND A1IM 11ICTS, OUSTIST SI EACH. lirirular price, SiVV NATIONAL TOY C'O.lir.VXY, jyOtf -I3 mivihiIIi Street. SPECIAL AND GENERAL TAXES I'll 111 lit U I.lllO DlKCIHIIlt. Claims for Drawback on SiTClMTumcnnnowlio aUThosn ho have Hind claims with mo will lie noiui'-u wieii rciunuiiijf ctriiuraie- uru rcauy lor u livery. JOII.Y .1IOKKIS, iij rovit- Jul -fQlUl AX1)-A'1IA . STltV.ET, Oppuillo District HnlliUns. NEW GROCERY and LIQUOR STORE The Cash S)sttm. .A.. GA-EG-LBH, , Xo.J.'iO!) Seventh Street Xortlnrrst. Turco-Iltiislan mnl sulphur batlu, 903-13 I. 11 w. I.lfo renewed ami health icstored. Tlio steamer Mystic will run botweou Bal tlmoio ami tliu Kustcrti Shore uf Maryland during tho fruit season. A letter fiom Kcconlor Sheridan states tlint his lioy, wlio was lnurcil by beluir thrown from n carriage, will liavo to suitor amputation of the ion lug. l'utcr I'. Ilerevlii liai ontcroil suit for ill vorca from his wife, Martha A. llorulveti, on tliu Mruiiiul nf ndulteiy, mnl usks lor tho cus tody of tho chlhl. ThoyoniiKnlllsjitor hrnnsht from Florida bv tliu schooner I.oulo Mallory Is now on ex lilliltiun tit Potoumo View Homo, corner of Water and Klovcnlh ntrtietxoiithwu.it. A num bur of iortuns inivctuil him yisloidiiy, ami lio appealed qtlito socially Inclined. Fifteen luimlreil or two thousand rolnied pooplu went yesteulay morning by the Haiti muruainl Ohio ltiilio.nl to attend tho union piciiiuof tho A. M. II ehuiclios of Washington, JUItiinnre, ami Annapolis, xlvuu at IrvliiK Park, Animpollj Junctlou. About four o'clock ycMtenlay afternoon a mull iiinuvil (leorKo HuIhh full Iruiii tliu pint form of u ilerrlck at tho Ciirncr of Twuuty fourth ami N atruulu norlliwcU ami Injured hliuoelf h.iilly, but not ilaut;urously, about tho heml anil boily. Dr. Nuwman w.ii callcil ami remlereil moillcal milMaiico. TIib ili'coiupoicil body of an lnf.int wai fnmiil by soiuu boys ycstinlny alleruoon In an iish-li.inel In tho alley between Tenth ami I'.lnventh ami Haml l' stieolt northwest. Tim tlecoui position li.ul ailvaueuil mi I'.ir lb.it neither cx nor color rottlil bo aiceiUlneil. lly order of tliu Coroner tliu rmiului were burieil. 0. C'lmpbotl, first vIco-prcaMont; 0, Crnnoy, aocoml vlce-prcslilont ; J. J. Murray, reeonllnir locretary; William Iloron, financial d!rotry; J. 12. Bruce, corresponding secretary; W. II. Stickull, treasurer, ami John It. Tuula, sr go.iut-at-arms. Tho Assembly then went Into secret session, Solid sold KIrIii stcm-wlmlltig Walcb, ail Justed, $10, nt HnrrU A Co.'s.Soveiith street. Tin: j:xvvhmox .sn.tsox. Vai lulls ltlver OUR BALL PLAYERS. Tho Nationals Win a Victory in tho Monumental City. KviJlY reliable druggM sells I. jilllle'i llcail acbol Specific. It inret huail.icho iiulckly. r.ir.tn xiioorixn .trrit,ir. n irru lorK 01 leiH, n,niiu'eu ci ui7.0wiler, per.Kl. Oiilvlnc. JupHii, K UieiikS jTyn-m. -tr.. IV i'&aiioiuiilii" :., I5 ; m i.u.llly. Coftm. ilr 'Si Kvait' i'K.iia, Java, Mnr:w.ulo. Ijiisavra. I1 Tim plnoe to buy noodi ch--p S wher. no nionpv z lol hy tin- crMIt i stem. 1 luvn In slort- ir; rcr nlc n irrli tock or'leiw. eoniiuiHwl crJui.piwiier,lm- , Irnin ir--n run. fa., all uittJin, 131,0; up I'uro llyn Wliliky. lire Sean olil, fur meilleiiiAl ai.d lanilly line. Pure llrati 7, Ilollamt (lln. Port, nlierry. Sweet fntuw ha. ami othwr Wlms. from l wr itKllon ami up to thetlumt. Call unU examine uou-ln unit prlrt. . A. IIADHI.KIt. nl8-lln IW Wovi-nth. Intwwn y nnJ O ilreets. Till'. CEI.KIIItATKI) AU110RA LAGER BEER, CBKSCKNT UURWI.NG COIU'ASY. Wherever it mil Im obuliiwl It hai rec.lTinl (tin hlKhent ronim-inilatloii from thn metllt'at profiMlon for Its nutrlllous and tonic propel tint, and at fire Irom ihe polionoui ilrugs no eoiuuiou to many bramU or cr tlet-r. Ctl-UllllATKn MINKtlAI. WATKR8, TOXIO J1KK11. AND UINUKll A1.K- 13LTJL,TJP 1&. 3yLj.lT, 6:01.1". AOKNT. Depot 30-31! 1'iojpiiet Street, noorifctown. JelT-tim A l.lltlo Gill liot DuiIiik it Uuunrol twet;tl Two .Moll. I.nst night, between ulno and ten o'clock, tho neighborhood of Indiana avenue, between l'hst and Second ttiuut, w.is nrouied by tho report of a plitol. A Ithl'Uiil.lCAN reiwrtor w.h noon on tlio spot, and iKcertaiuul Iho following facts: Tor some months past a feud Inn o.xUled bctneeu David I'olmluxtcr and John Beckett ou account of l'olndexter, who keon a Ilttlo storo on Indiana avenue, bctnoen First mid Scioud utreet.i, havliiK ejectoil Iteekett from bUbouse. iloth pirtbi attended a picnic at Annapolis ycstuiday ami renewed tliu quarrel. After arriving home Poindexter was sitting in flout of lii-4 houso, when l!i.ckett approaclicd 111 til ami said : "There U tliu bluck 9 of a b that 1 want," and, tailing a pistol, fiicd. tho bJi nilsid 1'olnucxter, but stiuelf littlo girl about ten yeai sold, ua;.irt Ruso I.eo Harii', rolniloTtnrs ucleo, Who w.u standing near, tsiiiusr rSect in tho forehead. I.eckett van down Second street and win chased by Ser geant llolllnbergur and OlUccr Hoyio. lie tween .Maryland aveuun and 11 street south l'erry Cirsou, ono of tho ballitl's of tho Crimi nal Court, stopped lleckutt and then let him go. Tho otllcors camo up, but Ueckctt escaped in tho croud. Dr. A. A.Marstullur was called in and probed for and uxtractid tho ball, which enkied rllit abovo tho forehead ami lodged tinder tho skull in the hark of tho head. At a lato hour tier condition was very critical, no hojies being ontciUiluod of her le covcry. OL'Il Cl.KAltlSa-Ot'T SALK-S1 AI.I'ACA COATS. K1SKMAN DUOS. Trips to tho Senlito mid Itesorls. Tho excursion to Oecan City on tho steamer Trances, whicli leaves this evening, promises to ho ouo of tbu great events of tho season. Tho uxeursionlsls will liavo four days at Iho seaside. Tho price of round-trip tickets, In eluding board at any Ocean City hotel, bulng only $1 1, tills untcrpriio oilers moro pleasiiro for less mouuy than any exclusion yet pio Jtcttd. TO niCIIMOND iiy wtTr.n. Tho steamer Janu Muscley II1 letve at flvo o'clouk this ovcnliig on tho second mio itlc ox cursioii to liichiuond, coiiuectlng at l'ortrcsi Monroe with tlio steamer Ariel, which will tMrry the parly tin tliu James Itiver. Tho round-trip tickets, good for suveu days, cost only ?a. llLACKHTON'fl WAN1J. All excursion has been arraiued by tho otll cers of tho I.adv of the f.tko lor the -oth lust., which will doubtless provoouo of the events of tiinsuasou. lllacKlstims l-lami is inoonj ciiva imiiit, and tlio paity, which will Inava Sixth street wharf at oluht a, in. and return atcleveii P. in., will h.fVe live hours for b ithiiu, Itshiug, and crabbing. Don't forget tills excursion If yuu waut to h.vso a pleas ml time. Till: DKL'll CI.KltKS. Tho drug clerks' moonlight oxcursion to Maislnill Hall on tbu I.ady of tbu Lake next I'Viday ovenlug Is anticipated with great plejsiiio by all who have mijoyuil the aquatic entertainment of tho ni-oclatlon In past years. Tim Vucuuey on tlio DUti let Itvneli Many einilldates for the iHislllou on tlio bench of tho DWtrint Stlpremu Court, made vacant by tlm death of Judge Humphrey", liavo been turned. Among the pioiuinout ones mo lion. John M. Thomson, cx-Knpresunta-tivo fiom l'ciilisylMinla; Joseph II. llrmlley, Hubert K. Klliott. Walter I). Davldgo, A. (I. Kiddle, Ueiici.il l'uvne, W. If. Webb, Judgo 0. 1'. James, and Mr. l'rancis .Miller. It Is stated that both ex-Congicssmaii Thompson and Judgo James wore applicants fur the position now- held by Judgu Jlaguer. Mr. Thompson tun! his friends are making a strong elfort to secure tlio place. Mr. Thompson hid Inter views with tlio President and Attorney-'.!.:;'!-em I yesterday regarding his c.Hvliil-'jy, but with what result ;. not Unou. All Llf.ii twill '": :..-miu ly a number of muuiburs of tbu bar to secure u DUtrict man. Nix to Ono In Favor of Witliliittoii A (lillim In this Clly To-Duy llin DUlmmliiioiit or the Ittlcn Nine 1 ho Clminplon- slilp Nclieiliilo I'nibablo AHIlidiuwal ul tho " Hop Hitters," -Vc. Tlm nmnn In llnltliiiorn. In nccordanco with n provlous ptomiso tho Nationals Journeyed to Ilattlmoro yesterday and played tho club of that namo ,lu tho pies euro of about 1,000 spoctatois. Tlio Intciest In tlio game Is rovlvlug iu tho Monumental City, ami It Is already demonstrated that tbo public will support a club deserving of It, which Is the case with tho present nrR.Tul7.i ttou in that city. The Nationals, as tho scoro shows, look n general turn aboul, only threo men being In their regular position j never theless they played a good gaiuo and gavo n fair exhibition of their skill. Tholr hatting was nothing extra, however, lulus distributed among four of tho nine, and tliuy obtained five runs by errors of their opponents, who batted fairly, but lleUed (Hiirly. Appended is tho score: NVTiimt. an. n. in. ro. a. k. Hlllclt, lib ;. u o l it o McfJIclluii, A 0 3 1 2 1 Tleniey. 1. f 3 I) 0 0 1 1 Iln';u.,r.r 5 1 'J 0 0 1 I.vueli. ?l ft U 0 a I 0 Mujcrlc.lb 0 1 0 ! 0 0 liwrhy.p I 1 'J 2 8 'J Hootli. v. f. t 2 3 1 0 I) Troll, c. I 1 U 11 2 2 Total 12 0 9 27 -M 7 inl.TIMOIIK. Mas-leu, 1. f 10 12 0 1 lierllle.llb I I) 1 1 U 1 rterce,2b 10 0 2 13 Morgan, c I 1 1 S 0 il .-'in Ull. lb 3 0 1 10 U 1 li.illey, 4 I) 2 0 10 0 Hooper, r. 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 l.tnlis, a. s 3 0 0 1 -i 2 Stratum, c.f 3 0 0 2 0 2 Total 31 1 "fl 27 10 lfl 11V 1N.MMIH. i v ;; i .1 a 7 s it National 030 2 0010 0-0 llAltlmoro 00000000 11 itmixa rovxo jiDirona. Convention or the Houttienstorn Aumtnr I'resa Association. Tho thlnl semi-annual convention of tho Southeastern Amateur Press Association met nt cloven n. m. yesterday at Iho National Hotel, with President .7. K. Duilamel, of this city, in thoclinlr. Aftor tho usual order of business nml roll-rail, by which twenty ivoro shown lo bo present from different Southern Atlantic States, tbo election of otllcers was hold, and re sulted as follows: Mr, J. I Ovorlon, of Nor folk, Was elected president, over W. (J. Poller, of Alexandria. Tbo vlce-presldonls elected wcro J. M. Howard, of Newborn, N. 0. J W. C. Potter, of Alexandria, and O. K Williams, of Richmond; coucspondliig secretary, J. It. Tucker, of Washington; treasurer, J, K. Kelly, of Washington; recording sectotary, 0. It, Waller, Washington; ofllclal editor, T.J. Hope, of Norfolk, Vti. It wa decided to publish an olliclal orcau, tlio oxncno to bo boruo by tlio association, and at balf-nast twelve a rocoss was lakcu until threo o'clock. At tho reassembling, after somo debato re garding tho next placu of meeting botween Norfolk, Va., Newbein, N. C, and lliltlniore, Norfolk was selected almost unanimously, ami tiftor the readlniE nf sovoral addresses tbu asso ciation adjourned to meet at Norfolk next Do comber, tliu dato to bo announced by the presi dent. Tbo third semi-annual meeting of tho Kast oru Amateur Press Association will bo held to day, at clovou o'clock, 01)11 CI.KAIlINlJ-Oin'flAI.E-OHUAT ltKDUO T10N OK I'llICIS '10 rolll'li OKI-' 810UK. UIHKMAN 111103., CI.OTIIlintS AND TAII.01W, COIINKH SKVII.NIII AND K NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. XjTJIVCBEE, - XjTJDyCBES, WILL BUY lOO FEET OF BOARDS AT wmtilST & XjUSISIQ'S. Cornor of Sixth Stroot and Now York Avonue, opposito Now Northern Liborty Markot. geo. a. xaiEisrisriisra-, CLOTHIER, 410 SEVENTH STREET. OUSTS DPKIOH. O. O. .TD. Gas Cooking Stoves! AT Washington Gas-Light Office, ayM 411 AXD 41J T11XTJJ ATHVKT. OCIILITZ BREWINQ CU'3 .1III.1VAUKKK I..W.i:il. THE rUKKST AND 11MT I.ACIKH IN TIIK DIS TIHCT, IN CASKS AND IiOTTI.ES. ycr Hals br Dsalnrn mid tlm Acent, S.IM'J. C. 1'AL.Vrit, Depot 37 Creeno stroet. Georgetown, I. C. I?. IJ.-HETAII, 1'IIIUIW IN BOTTLla: fatent ntopprs, ptnta, per iloxen -4 cents atent stoppers, half pluu, per Iwo dozen 55 cents myii B01TLJ5S TO BK RKTUIINKD. A Dnsperntn right with u Tiller. When Mr. Denuisoii lteesido went to his Iiotiso, No. KWKhodo Island avenue, about leu o'clock yestetday morning, ho was surprised to Hud the back doors open and every indica tion of tlio presence of somo ono in tbu house. The house, had beeu left vacant and lucked up, as Mr. Itccside's family Is out of town. Upon investigating bo found a colored man iu ono of tho rooms up stairs, mid as the intruder showed tight n dosjior.tto struitglo ensued bo tween tliu two men. Mr. Ib-cldo succeeded In throwing tho thief down stairs, and by quickly following up tho advantage, soon se cured him. As there was no polico ollicer ill tbo neighborhood, Mr. Keesldo took bis cap tivo to tbu Sixth Precinct Station where ho gavo his name as IMward Wihon, alias Charlie liik man, and w a locked up. Upou returning to the bouse it was found that tliu thief had ran sacked suveral looms ami collected a largo quantity of goo-Is, which ho had pllod up ready for removal. It appears that Wilson has called at Mr. Uccsido's bouse us a huckster, and In that way learned that the family was away. Solid gold adjusted Klgin Watch, $33, at Harris & Co.'s. BLANK BOOKS, PASS BOOKS, NOTE, LETTER, AND CAP PAPERS, OF ALL, fcOIlTS AND QUALITIES, AT TIIK VICHY LOWI-Jil' VJtIL'lJtl, piyio AT SHir.I.lNOTON'1 ItOOKHTOltK, Corner l'our-ano a-lialf hi. ami rmin. nve. DRIVER'S RYE CORDIAL, ItttfonuiiuiHlvri ') phy.siciuiiN k crnll)' iim a sitro cure Tor C'olils, CoiiKhs, nuil ull ullcctloiiN ol' the Throat mid I.ttns. Is cojinon'il ol'lliH) old Hyo Whlslty mnl puru lVhilo StriiiK ltoclc Ciwitli-. (si per hot tie, til per Rnlloii. Q-OO. "W. XX'i'VOX', apl Depot, 4fil l'miiiayliiinlw avenue. AJtuii'Ai, or j'AssKxavn tjiaixs. Ilalllimiru und rntoimio nepot, corner SlstU mid It Mi out. MOltMI.NO. ! KVKNINO. Wtl'giun nllit one "' Bill., Phila.. Ilo-ton l:'i Aliiiiii.Ur iu n til lilclimona iluy line... 1,10 Aleiuiiilrln 7:n Al.iumlrla l.i AluiHiiilrla. H.21 , Alexttn'lrl'h J:.') lialilinoruiiccuui din .linlii-iluiiriii. ...... 101 JJl'llll Olid West - CM I Ali-ioil'lrm ..... Ill Al-"AJ!U4r!u. ......... ...... Xr.a WiKbliutuniluy linu 4M Alt namlria VV , A!uanlrla... in wasli'ati'iipa'ueiii.rtl.uo i AluiKti'lrlu. 0:10 ilaaLUriu. 111. 4 I w 11 11 KVMI punrtinr fi.i Alexanilrla 7.K Korlliaml Wiiii f." Jtleliinuniliilshtlliio- 5-M I .MuiBUlila... 12 il Baltimore and Olilo llrpot, corner Now Jer sey Avenue anu v ,-iireei. A Itegattu on the ltuor. Arrangements have beeu completed for a regatt.i on the Potomac next Thursday. Tlio event of the day will be n sail-boat race, a Bkilf race with sails, and tub race. For tbo sail-boat rnco the following ontrlis liavo been made: Sea Foam, entered by It. Q. Clarvou; llailtaw.iy, by Kmery Vnlli ; Uood-Kuough, by Captain ll-iyiior, and Hawkers, by Thomas Mason, Tbo r-ico will be for a puiso, and the bolts will bo started at liiuo u. m. fiom lt'iy nor's boat-house, foot of Ninth struct, tlio comso selected bolug to Fort Footo and ro turn. For the skill' laco Captain It ly nor has entered tho Hub Coidln, and Mr, Noble Smith, of Alexandria, tlio Wbitu.Uly. Tho skills will ho Htniti'il at half-past nine a.m., and sail from the boat-house to tlio flats mid return. As tlu.su skill's are reputed to bo tbu fastest on tliu river, considerable Inteicst is taken in tliu raeo. At tho conclusion of tho skiff raco there will bo a tub race, free to all, and much fun is nutlclpitcd. Olill f I.K.MIISU-OL'T nWI.K HOYS' AI.I'ACA JACKKTrf, M CKNTS. I'.ISKXAN 1)1103., l'01INi:it bKVENTIt AND K .Vl'ltKKTrf. In .Memory of Jiiitteo llitinpliios. A meeting of the b ir to take suitable action iu relation to the death of Justice Humphreys was held in tliu Circuit Court loom jistciday morning, Justlco Wylio presiding and Mr. liugiii.ild Kendall acting as secretary. Uu motion of Mr. Knotli Totten tho rommittcu appointed to draft resolution of respect to tho memory of tbo late Justlco Ollu were deputized to perform the samo service iu ref erence to Justice Humphreys and icport at an adjourned meeting to bo hold tho third Mon day in September. The ariaiigeuiuiit for the funeral having beeu modified to tlio extent of burying tho remaliu near tho lato rcsidonce of tho deceased, on motion of Mr. Head ley, tlio liar decided to attend In a body, and ielt tho city on the 1:15 p. m. train tor Aloxaudila, Va., for thut purpose. Tliu NuU ineu nt Long ltililge. Major Twining ami Health Ollicer Town- shoiid having inspected the uuisuico at tbu l.nng Dridgo last Saturday, it was determined that the best and speediest way of giving rcllof would bo todiodgo a channel, connecting tho mouth of tbo Seventeenth-street sonurwlth tbo river channel, so that tho sewage can liavo an unobstructed passago down the river. Tho work will require some tluio and cost con siderable money. .Meanwhile Hoalth Ollicer Townshend will endeavor lo ulloril temporary rillef by u liberal uso of disinfectants. At present most of tlio contents of tliu big suwor Is distributed over tlio Hats, so that the ovil cm not bo permanently lemcdled except by pro viding for tho emptying of tliu sowago di icctly Into the liver channel. lliornu's .Suiinnur Gulden, Tbo following is tho programme of music for tbisevculug : KIKST PAKT. 1. March Vbbott 2. Overture Domino Nolr An her 3. Song Annie Laurie Schneider CnCO.ND TAUT. 1. Kaiitosla Opera Lumbardl Solo (French horn) by l'rolcsor Tlllcn Verdi b. Cuckoo l'ollin Ilerzog o. roipourrirm inavaio .uoer T1I11CD PAKT. 7. Wallz Manola Woldefeul 8. S-ing Klleen Alnuiia Ml ester 'J. 1'otuuuri Chimes ot Normaiidy....llaiiiiucltu rouitTll 1'AIIT. MIssKva Mills, Solo. 10. WalU-ba Tour de .Monde 0. Mctia 11. Waltz Drcsdiicr Kindlier Ui-Ijs 12. Oalop Ureclan I.auiaut MOIINI.SU. tM IiiiU-V ('In. ex H'hlls.AN.Y.ex .. oai iimeauoei l'uihuur'i .X- 7!J Hallo. X uay nlnll'ilis S 3) 'n:er rk ac, (Met, Ural. Hi) .... f !ao A. Alinap. ex ,. i,'CJ Martlmburiranil 11a- ffcriHimn ae, iieu uruueii) . kvi;nino. 1st laiuta.VCIii. ex... (.00 ' flMlo. - I;V1 l'lllla. it N. Y.e .. 0 J . ltlUO. ao .... 1 .10 I lilcagii x l'ltn.bur I N.Y ,l'hllai JIonbx, i,:oj 1'1,'iiiooDi, MiraAoiiig, v neiifvtir, rruilk, lln.or.-lowii, Pi. or ltocksanlwayi,ta- tiom S0T tllalln. ae C.I7 tllallu.ex T-JO . 9-I5 tlliiUi..Viviivalallons 7:51 ...l'ltl tClili-aiio.CMl.ii.iila. S.IU alio ex 11,-0 tN.Y,.I'lill..V:ll sex. lr.10 tArilvailally. Others Muni i) soscuplil, jbVM'ur tliu time of dpaiium of tralus sue uiWor-lUi-nu uu vliowlinrri. tJlaltu. ue. Hall Now AilvertUmneiits. lliuo ball Ilnltlmoio v. National. Kicur.lou to lllnckbton's Island, July 23. Coiiaolldntcd Fire Kxtlligulsher Compnny. Irojra-als for stationer) State Department. Shirts at Noah Walker & Co.'s, C2J l'enuiylvanla tvenuc. A Miiiug" Slioollng Affair, About noon yostuiday, as ouo of McFarlanil & Stepheiisou'suxpiiss wagons was passing tho corner of Third and F .stioets northwest, a coloud man sitting In tho wagon fired a shot fiom a pistol tit a littlo white boy named John it.irrctt, tbo ball stilklng him In tho light thigh. Ho was carried to ills residence, No. i!iH U street noithwest, and attended by Dr. Dill, It was ascertained that tho wound was a slight one, as the ball glanced off tho thigh bono. Officer J. J. Smith arrested tho driver of the wagon, Thornton Lee, mi suspicion of being tbo ono who fired tho pistol, but wit nestc.s siy that another coloicd man, who rides itiminil with Leo, was tlio peiiietinlor. The latttr positively refused to divulge tho namo of tliu other man, and wa consequently locked up at the Seventh l'reclnct btation tor a hear ing. No came has been assigned for the act, and it is supposed to have been tho work of "puro cus,i-(iiiuss." Kuli.-Ji:weli:i, adjusted, coin silver Walt ham sttin-wiiidiiig Watches for SIC, at Han Is & Co.', 4S3 Seventh stieet. Important .Sale. This evening, at tivo o'clock, that ologant honed No. 20J0 0 stieet uoi thwi'.st will be of feted at public sale by S. It, Iloud, trustee, as will be seen by uotlco In our advertising col umns. It Is u large, elegant ic-idvuco Iu tbo most ikuhablo pait of tho city, and those look, lug for a dcslrablo homo ut a baigaln should attend the sale. 'J lioi iiiomoti 111 lleudluus, OMtt (;iiii.KSioNAiOrnci:n. I'. H. .A July 11, 1679. 7a, in 7. Ma. in 12m Eli. m iMp. in i 63 , 71 67 bV W i p.m...... II p. n Maximum,, Minimum,. Iliillriltlolis. Fur Lowr Laka region, Mlddlo States, and Now Kngioud suuthiait to wulhwest wind, stationary proMuru mid tvinperature, clear or partly cloudy Heather, and Iu tbo northern vottloiu occasloual rains. tlio OipluuiH' l'leiilc. A grand family festival will bo giveu at tho .Scbuetzt-ii Paik to-ilay for tbo benefit of St. Josi pli's .Male Orphan Asylum, and this worthy charity should bu liberally patroul.i-'d. No ef forts liuvu been spired to make tho festival one of pleasure to all who attend. . Tlm Itltor l'lont mnl I'ubllo Health. It is giatifylug to know that Major Twin ing, of the Hoard of District Commissioners, and Dr. Townshend, tho Health Ollicer, aio m.tivo on tho subject of tho health of tbo city. They mado a tour of inspection of tlio river fiuiit and what is known as the Hats yesterday, with a viow to dlscovuilug tho ex tent of tho malarious turiitory, with tlio pur pose of applying suuh correctives as their limited means will penult. They ascertained by observation that somo poitlou of tlio poisonutis matter that hat Infected tho atmos phere of that region has been dislodged and lias moved olf, In tbu vlclulty of the Seven teenth stieet sower mouth au itulookeil for accumulation of faical inattor was discovered, which lenders It necessary that somo meas ures shall bo taken to lemovo it into the chan nel, that It may be bum off. Nothing short of walling tho flats and extending tliu sewerage out to the Washington channel and filling in between tliu wall ami main laud will over full v abate tills nuisance and insiiio public health'. With a government iu which tlio people can have some voice the ways and means might bu luovlded by which this Im portant Impioveiiicut might be accomplished, Willi a nourishing enmmerco iu front ami health iu the icar. The Commissioner ami llialth Ollicer are gicatly crippled for means, for the reason that Coiigrcsj has failed In Its duty. Tlm Wiirkliiginen's Assembly. A special meeting of the Worklngmcn's As' Bcmbly was held at Deck's Hall last evening,.!, j '. Hamilton Iu theebulr ami I.. J.. Darker sec rotary. The committeo on muss-meeting re ported Iu favor of postponing the mass-meeting, set for to-mouow night, until tho noxt evening, aud It wis agreed to, V. K. Koddpn submitted a preamble and resolutions relative to tlio omorcctuenioriftuoigi!i-iiuuriaw,wiiicn woio discussed by tlio Assembly and finally adopted. An election for olllcem of tho As-em-bly was then held, resulting lu tbu obolco of tho following I J. P, llamlltou, president; T. A Daiiguiiiin AVreelr. Tim Supurluteiidcut of the Coast Survey fur iilslxs tho following notice to nmilneis of Iho existence of a daugeious sunken wreck off tho D.u negat I.lglit-llouse, N, J,, dlicctly Iu the tiack of vessels bound up and down tho coast: coAtrhi'iiYKY OmcK, July 11. Js7ti Lieutenant H. M. Aekley, U. S. N., AMlslant Coast tieodollcSinvey, eomiaandlng schooner Kagro, re ports, under dale or July 12 that on the 10th ho r,ood. when about leu miles south of llarnemit Light-Homo, N. J,, a e-el, appaioiitly a bark, sunk lu ten fallmus of wutor, her tuiumast itaiul. tug, und the main and mlzzeii-msst b-okon oil' at the u utef ivlk-e. 'Iho wreck Is suppoiod to bo a vessel lecenlly sunk by a collision Willi the steamer City of New York. It llus dliccily lu tbu track or Vewels moving up and down tliu ouatt, falls for Honda. " All tho outstanding 10-10 bonds will bo oillud by tho Swietaryof Ilia Treasury dur ing tbo present month. Onocall of$10,000,000 was inado July 0, another for $U10,000,OM will be made on tho IHth, and tho romnindor, amounting to$2-2,000,000audtt fiactlon, will bo called on the 21st. l'.arued runs National, 1. Two basu hits Der by, Met'lellan. and Smlllr. Total buses on hUi .aiiuii ii, ii , iiiiiiiuoru, i, urn u-e on Ori''s-. Niillpnil.tf; l!altin:c:,5. l'ass,1 bans Morgan, I. Wild "I'.lnes Itcrbv. 1. l'lr.t bao on lulls oiullh. Struck out-Klllck. 1 lerney (J), Lynch (2), .'ioigin, .snillb. Dalley (2). IIookt, mid Ilvans. Double plass llviiti to 1'luiec lo Smith. Left on luses National, l)j llallluioro, .". Time of ijimo Two hours ami tiienty mliilites. Umpire, I'runk bellman. This ufternooii, at half-pist four o'clock, theso samo clubs will meet on tbu National giouuds, ami, as tbu Iialtinioro nine is now lu good tilm, a fine contest may bo looked for. Tin: ciiAMnoxsuir. Tho disbanding of the Utiea club for tliu second timo upsets the status of the champion ship lecord, and on this occasion draws heavily f i inn tbo National column of victories. The Utlcas having played only one championship game with the Alb.iuys, each club in Ihobattlu for the pennant must bo content witli a lllco number, which will leave tho National credited with one victory Irom the Utlcas. One defeat uud four games won are deducted from the score so fur us their record goes, and tbo latter are a seiious loss, Dut the mixing up of tlio championship rccoul is not likely lo stop hero. Jt i asscilcsi, uuu us coming Irom uu. thelitis source', that tho "Hop Ditteis" have withdrawn fiom all association contests, mid will. In Iho luture, travel and play exhibition game. only, for Iho pur peso of advertising tlio patent medicine nf which tlio club carries the lrtir.o; that tho club will soon head West, going as far as California, and in returning play hero about tho middle of next October. 'I Ills week they liavo gauics Willi tho Ilutlalu, Boston, mid Syracuse clubs, all league nines, which they could not play and remain In tho National Association, At first it was stated that Mr, Soulo intended to orgiiiiUu a second tram, to bokuoivii ns tlio "New Hop Hitters," to play exhibition games, and leave the old club to play out the schedule engagements, but it seem that tho proprietor of the club bus abandoned that project uud will now run the advertising nine. If this ho a fact, then tbeiu will bu a thlid altointion of tho record, and at piesent it cannot ha told what the ututus of each club iu tho championship aruna is, but doubtless it will bo olHcixlly pro mulgated by tlio seciotary of tho association at uu euily day. No sooner had tho Utlcas disbaudid than tho Spilngflolds Jumped in mid helped them selves to ns many playois as they thought requisite to strengthen their nine. They took Dattcn, Dolan, and Mack, to play second base, short-stop, and catcher. When tho Mjuchcsters brokn tip, tho " Hop Dltturs" obtained three of that uino and the Worceiters one, while Swcezy aud Stotightou went to another club, the " General Worth," near Doitou, Mass. The action ol tho Eastern clubs that uro iu tho championship light In stieuglliing their nines wi.eiievor opportunity otl'ois should scive a a hint, If nothing more, to tlio club tn tills tlty to look to their playing strength, It Is pcrbctly obvious to most uny person possessing any knowledge of the gamo that tbeiuaio weak spots lu the team that could ho mado stioiigcr, ami it is to tbo interest of the club to sco that It is done. Unlike a Sunday contemporary, tho Jtm'ini LICAN' li is uu pets, to foster that they limy hold tholr pljco iu the nine, while other players uto held ton stiict accountability for tho work performed, and not admitted to tliu enjoyment of that liberal allowance of con sideration deserved for a favoied fow, It Is the strength nf tho nine us an outiicty that is important and requisite to success. If ono man Is superior to another lu any position aud obtainable, let him bo substituted for the in foilor plajor. That Is what tliu club needs ami tbu public, the supinators of tho club, ex pect. If favoiltlsin and friendship are tho cre dentials fur admission lo uud tenancy on tbo nine, then farewell to a first-class ball club, It has never succeeded beie uud cannot now. All tbo public wnu Ui is it good giimu of ball and tliu best players on the .National nlno obtain able. OTHBIl OAMIM. Cincinnati, July 11, Hustons, 8; Clncln Uatis, l, Tiioy. N. V., July 11. Now Hcdfoids, 0; Haymaker Hudson, 1, Clkviii-and, July 11, Clovcland, 7: Prov deuce, 5. Third en Innings, Xs'KW JIAYKN.conn,, July 11.' Wo romiila base-ball players wore nearly mobbed today while leaving tho ground. They escaped In jury, though stuiiid. COMMENTS. Woods has Joined tliu Woiccslers. Houtk Is laid up with tore hands. Wluslow, tho catcher for Iilchuioud, has been roleasi d, McKlnnou's physician lias ordered him not to play ball again this season, McLean fined Durdock and Snyder S10 and j-.'O respectively iu tho game at Chliago on Situiday. Coggswell, of tbo disbanded Mancbosteis, 1ms signed with tho Hustons, und joins them at Chicago. It cecum that Itlchmoiid, of tho Woretstoifl, dowi not conform with tho rules In his deliv ery of tbo ball, and opposing clubs mo now compelilu,; him to adopt the legislated style of pitching. In u rocont game with tbo Hoi yokes the lumplro was compoilod to call balks on him loloio he would come to timo, l'ullen Cum I l'arugraplit. Judgo C. S. Dundy signalized his entry into the Police Court yesterday by dismissing over u dozen case, nmong which wcro George Mat thews, charged with a burglary ut the Wash lugton House, uud Jenny Perry, alias Haker, assault mid buttery on her adopted daughter. Tho hist case provoked cousldciiiblo unfavor able comment, as the child bad been severely cut with a cowhide aud her back wa one muss of welts and bruises. Joo Carroll, tho "voodoo" mati.wusnrrilgticd for assaulting Hlchiird Grayson. Tho testi mony showed that both men wuio el ilmants for the hand of a dusky maiden named Aiiniti Powell. It was at last narrowed down to tho evidence of tlio woman, each agreeing to abide by her decision, (iiiiyson was tliu favored n-j us her statement cost Cr,vii ;), ylihh liu re luctantly paid. Good stylo Lawns, live, slx,.oiglit, ton, and twolvo cenls; all-wool Huntings, twenty cents up; Slimmer Drtss Goods at cot; bargain lu black and colored Silks, soventy-fivo cunts up; best Onsets for fifty, seventy-live ccuts, and il. .NrtUtlaln'N, ,00 .Mmket Space. Sinking nt a Coal Schooner. A dispatch was received at Iho ofllco of Johnson Uios. yesterday, stating that tho schooner Palestine, Cuutatu James Crunch, which loft Philadelphia July 2, with seventy five tons of coal, sank In the Day, near Cam bridge, Mil., last Thtnsd.iy evening. No ouo wa drowned, the crew being lescucd by a jvisslng vessel. Tho paitlcuhus wero vory meagre and the oxtcut of tho injuries to the vessel and cargo aro unknown. OUIl OLL'AllINO-Ot'T SALK-OKKIPK COATS 25ULNIS. KlSKMANIino-i.,COUNKllSKVUNTH AND K STItKL'TS. READY-MADE DEPARTMENT. nmitleiiii-n'a Clmslol Sulla, from S7,S0. lllne flannel Milt, .Sinn's, from SO. Hoys' Salt', from (I. White, Ilrnnii, mill lliuo I.I n ell Suits. Di up Il'Hti. Sulla. Alpaca hack anil Vent. AltakMima Ciitlmiiiiln Sulla Making, Wliltw Marseilles mid Duck Vsl. I.luell Dnatcra, White .lacketa. Perfect Wmusiittu Shlila, V1.20. CUSTOM-MADE DEPARTMENT. Inill.i ScermirUrr nml I'miKnn JCt-til NaiiriuHii unci ltum.HH) Clotlu AttukiiitiiH Cntlnmulp. l.uplitN mt dm:. 4-. i lirltitft iumI t.'lirntmiirt 1 liln Vornttitl tipvn. ColoM ntiil ItlncU W title iiihI I'linoy DurUs itml IiimciIIIiih, Cl.olro ('oiitlnm mnl Tiotinoilng. 1'lno AVornti-cl SuUIiich. Suit a (u Alvniirc. I rum 91373 I7mim). jE3E!i: NNING'8 1SK 10 1 IT Y PBiIOB SlIIIJT si.oo. Jtr'lNAF 'ORE: LUMBER "P. TC. MsilS w ir 3 i.ji&. lai'ilagu Licenses. Tho clerk of tho court has Issued tho fol lowing niarrlago licenses: A. A. Stocks and Julia D. Grant. J. S. Drowning and Klla V. Fisher. G. 11. Thompson mid Mai Una Chanoy. XV. K. Poregoy and Lucio V. Keller, both of Haltlmore, MiL l'uro Alnpln Syrup 111 stonojtigs, also in twenty-gallon keg ; fancy Now York and Weitcrn Huttcrat bottom price. Xo ottomargai hie tolil. Splccr's Huttor Storo, cornor of Ninth and K sheets northwest. 3rs3.f,foT mr K3KJX " VVFj WIV1. B. REDGRAVE). THIRTEENTH STREET AND OHIO AVENUE, isAxvrAvrviivus or "yaaxaXaO-vsr eiktdes FLooniwa-. JOISTS. SCANTLINGS, BOARDS, &c, Axn i:ai.kiis ix AXli aTHEHS KI?riS F liVMBEB. lAnvr itrlcA timl ImnorH.ile ilcalliiK uuuruiitei) to till ctittoim'r. FOR THEJADES, iti:iUi:i pkicks: My entire stock of Gocils, comprising u full line ol WIIITB AND COIiOUKD JiiWJT SUITS, llatlilnx Suits and Caps for Ladles ami Clillilren, Trimmed Bonnets, Millinery Uooits, .1c AT Ultr.lTl.X ItEDVVKlt JCATIJS. M. WILLIAN, 007 TKNNSYLVANIA AVKNUK, 7 C1TK TTIKVISK. l'AIlIti. Jo Auction Sale To-Day. Dy George Truesilell, at five o'clock p. m. A verv flno and dcslrahlo residence, bolng No. 20C0 G street northwest. C1TI ITEMS. DunMfrrT'sKxtracts, their quality commends thorn Wit it lntciiso pain Is caused by toothache. How many sleepier nights and weary daysnrcdootolts rngins Induenee. Yet tho true cause nf all this tor ment Is dccaied teeth, produced by mglcct and In attention. Could only those who have at prcxeut ? ood, sound teeth fully reallre this fact, how ears ill Mould they be to Leep their teeth In good con dition. To all such we will give a word of nihlct. Clean your teeth dally with a good denti frice, such as Tiiuiojton's Ivoky 1'kaki. Tooth 1'ownKK. It will preservo your teeth througli Ufa, removo all tartar or extraneous matter, keep them clean, sound, and whlto, and toothache, with all Its horrors, 111 be unknown. Sold by all druggists, ,5.0., at 23 and M cents per bottlo. How many thouandi suffer from bllllouncss, dyspepsia, Ac.,auddrsg on a miserable existence not 111 enough to remain at homo mid call lu mcdl- ktrov all tho pleasure of life. They suirer dully, aud solely for want of somo slmplo remedy to purgo and cleunse the system, QuniK's limit Tr Is specially iidnptcd for this purpose. Oeutle lulu of- it'cis, yei u carries on an exuaueous mailer ami leaves tho vital organs clear aud unobstructed. It furlllo-s tho blood and renin ales tho entire frame. 11-truly Nature's remedy, being eiitiicly Iicibal. Sold by all clruggbts. Twenty-five cents per pack sge, each making a quart of medicine. WKLM' MACIIINK-Sl'Ul'All Sthkstiii.nimi 1'I.AS Ti'r.s aro superior to all others. Composed nfeliolco nudlcliial gums, combined with tliu true lliiriruudy ritcli. spread on fine soil Iniubakln, tliuy utlord me chanical support to the alfectcd parts, and, acting by absorption, relieves almost Instantly, For pains in the buck or tide, earned either by Indlge-tlon, rheumatism, or itraln, they aro until alod. sold by all druggists; 2j ccnU cucli. Thompson's 1'omade Octimk an oleaclnoiis com. pound of great merit for dressing ami cleansing me nair, bottle. Hl'ti.eii's Balsamic Mixti'KK, the old infulllblo remedy. Sold by drugghts; price, Si per bottlo. Wn.uoiia CosiTOiiNn or Was Con-I.ivKii On, anu I.i.mk. Tliu adiuutago oltbls compound oscr tho plain Oil is that tho nauseating taste of tlio Oil Is entirely removed and the hole rendered entire ly palatable. The onrush e taste of the Oil has long luted ns a great objection tn lis urn but lu this form tho trouble Is entirely obviated. A host of certifi cates inliiht bu given hern to testily to the excel lence and success of " H'lldor1! OxULlcer Oil aud J.ime," but tho fact that It is regularly prescribed by the medical faculty Is Mitttctent. For pale by A. 1). Ubor, Chemist, Boston, ami by all druggists. zovat, Miscj:r.r,Axv. MISS BELLE LUCAS' Dressmaking and Plaiting J.'V J'-IZI L1SUMVXT, 002 Xlnlh Street Northwest. I'LAITINO (I'arlslau Mode), So I'Kn YABD. myj). Groat Reduction in Millinery Goods, Selling Off ltirt'iulless of Cost. BONNETS,-HATS, &C. OLD LAMKS' CATS A SPECIALTY. MKS. CTV. NallTII, apW tf CIS Ninth lUvtt uurtnwwl STEAMSHIP LINES The Now National il A Mill. A lV10fr.il' 1 CLOTHING. 6 White Shirts for $5.50 Completed! 6 White Shirts for $7.50 Completed. 6 Pairs Bleached Cotton Drawers for $3. The Beat Mado and Best Pit ting Shirt in the Market. Sold by ull druggists; 2i and 50 cents per BirnviiKN WASHINGTON AND NEW YOISK. The new and elegant iron sMowIkhjI steamor "rBAUOlS," of 1,100 tons liurtlen, and with accommO'latlon for l.oi peions, will hereafter maku reutar trips bo tween tills cliy uud New York, stopping at Cupu May, Long Ilraueli, and Coney Island, and nlll leave on TUESDAY, JULY 15, nt & o'clock, leaving fi oni Mrnlii'nHon's v, barf, foot ol rtfe until airoet, Vftro to Xw York, tj; ronnfl-trln ticket, good lor thirty days, 10; htntt-rnuniH, ?;. Tickets ibr ralu ut thn Briitiinl Iroiglit and p.iKifnxor otuce, 1313 Pfiin-iyl vunu AVPnuu, nuar IIih It.'publicnn olllcyj ritujln;n tion'i wlmrf, and nt the bo.it, rrolht carefully hanJlud end brought rjulckortlian by any otlmr rouit. itiiKuife call i tur uud tiiHckod at rt-jl lcncc. P.isstfngvrB forwordeU In Lonj llranch, Coney Inland, liutun, Newport, AHmny, rjarftlo;n,nml all other llnoi out of New York. joa. I savaoi:, (luueral Manager. TJIOS.CULI1IKU, (lonrril Tlckft Asent, J Art, JIU1MUN, JylO-tl rstur 'ilcketHiui Krujshi Agent, NOAH WALKER & CO., Clothiers mid Furnishers, 03.1 I'niiusjlviinlaiiToiiue, between Sixth and Jyn Soventli Btreuts. SnI2sTC3- STYLES. The Nobby Goods of Washington. GEO. T. KEEN, TAILOB, . 414 Ninth Street. mrl:-tt Six ter cent. Interest paid on doposlti. Special latus on timo deponls. J, 1, Sqiiikk A Co., Hunkers. 1110 lViins)hanla avenue. A 2-ounoe coin-silver watch with cluouoiu I: tor baluucu, adjustod inovoinents, for HO at It. Harris & Co.'s, -1US Seventh stieet. . ".w Had Di owning, Tho many friends and acquaintances of Mr. and ill. F, J. Jones, lormeily lesldents of tills city, will le.un with deep rcgiot of tho dcuth by drowning of their sou, Harry Douglas Jones, in tho wateis of (he Dahiwuro Itlvcr, about Ufteen miles abovo Philadelphia, on the morning of tho Fourth of July, Tho body of tliu iieceascu lemuiiica iu mo water foity liouu beforo It was found, Tho dueeased was twenty-throo yenis of ago, a truo Chilstliin geutleuiau, aud of flno literary ability, HAVING 1'UItCIIASED Till". KNTIKIJ INTKIt. 1T IN TIIK IfcTIETW YORK Home-made Broad and Maryland Biscuit Bakory, a 1.1 TimiTKUXTii sTinurr x. '., of William JlcVlllann, I riispfctfiilly aollelt the pa trouaaaof uiy IiluniU and iho public li Is my pur poio to ili-ul only lu rlrat-class kiiuUs, anil I v-ull Ilia utipiitlon of Iho iraiio to my lino or OAK ls and lo the UKI.KlirtATKIl MAHYLANO II1SCUIT. JylKit it. a. sia:A."w. TjS-STAJILISIIUI) 1831. ,OJJX MelilillATOTT ,0 UJtOS., CAltlllAOK SIANUFAUTUIILHS, (HtiaiuuseJ), 3li l'ouiio'lvaula aveimi-, near Third fclrsel west, Waslilusluii, I. C Cunlanus ami liar- ne.s rccen en on Kinrave auu soiu on tuinmls.loM. Carriages repaired. four HANCOCK'S RESTAURANT. "OLD CURIOSITY SHOP." &tahliiiui ma 1V3J VVXXSVI.I'AXIA .IVJiXVJi. 1111118 If Satchels, Travillng Hags, l'uikulbooks, Ilar liuss, Saddlery, WLlpa, Itobes, at resumption or cold price nt Uw old ostabllslnal tnaiiufaclory of JAMES S. TOPHAM, 4:j5Seventli Street, Joining OilUl'ellows' Hall, ItKl'AIllINO. TrnuksaDdliRriiwialtiorouxlilyrtfpalrtdaiid Irui bvvvtfu w wjvi-vijwm wvraiuo To Summer Tourists. ALLAN STE"AMSHIP LINE l'rom Itiiltiiuoro to llulilUx, AND VICK VKHSA. The Al llrltUh Iron screw steamships HIUEH NIAN..I.WJ tons, Cupu I.iiut. Anlitr; NOVA (-CO. '1'IAN. :i.2iJ ton-. Pent. IllclmrUson. anil L'AHI'IAN. ,s,ifjo Ions, Cipt.'l rucks, tcava Iialtinioro every tort- ..I.. I.. .1. ...I...T...I....... I..B 1,.. l.. K-...... kl....,lA lilltlil IW etluiisiiays) lor Ha Inix, Nova Scolla. i.auiii puastiui in riuiuu, tM soiu oti, SSS kdIiI. Cabin tu I,lvrriui,l,t7t, lallfax, ?21 golil llounl-lrlp tick- lliirlinr lln- hiiintiier niinitli no IriUulforil. morora. luxation Ibim the alms u.sltiugllie tiaveler uu iki-iiii vnyuiii ol thne to four (lays on u Trniis-Atliutlo Steaiiii-tiinauitaholouru lu the oool cillmataot Nova Huittiu lor further lulorniiivlou apolv lo A, hOUU it ALU 11.11 .: CO., IS. Oaysireo', il illlini re, Mil.,ir 1). A, llHOSNAN Jiiiokseflsr and Mullein r, iil.'.Mntli street ami ICO li strum nuitliwusl Waihlumou, 1), C. IG1S.1U1V r- H! FINANCIAL. $100 INVIiSTKI) j;aii.ni;ij Sl,i358 W nront In thirteen (la)s.ona rccontluin oftho mar ket, hytho new HMom ofprotecilve lime oytluna lor upuratln; stcckaln Wall MrtntU Lutnt or uiaJler liivt'Simt-ntn iay prijpurtiuuatoly as well or bettor by the poiltlvu rulf lor "safety nml buccm," on whlcu tlti B)ieni U basM. U U vsorthy tlio ckseit Invoi tlci.tluu of all vsliotleHlro to make money moru rutr. Idly and fiecurtdy than by any method of stock ore ra ti oni hllhtrlo known. Villi otplajiatlun und ninth aluablo tluaticlhl luformatlnti ou Dpnlhalloii to MeHtrit. ITHAMAH DUUlKLL A CO., Hanl.oinnd ilrokors. IU HruudMtutt, Now Vork L'lly. Jyl-TiiTliSutlm AND bOUND JNVKHTMKNT, gAFi:. Hbcurltloi navlnird nor cvtiL or bfMi.r. iitt rn.in .il "T..i : it..;.Y Ki.ii"...T. t .:";- "- - IIUTiVUIUI UUlltHi mtU? L'UllUU ItOIlUi, I1- If I. fil'Vf 1 OPlci i at i National Mftropoliuii'lUnV $10 to$l. &IH-H IIAXTF.lt A CO, Hunkers, InvMtod la Wall Ht. storks makes rortuiieseveryinoutb. Hook sent Irvo oiplalnltitf evirythlng. Ad il w aii-ai,n, l ,seoiy AOOOll WAY TO BI'KCUMTK IN STOCKS IS to swurii prlvllek-n. These cost from 111) to t'O), mid altord oproituiiltlet to both small uutl larus operators to sceurs lianilsqineprqilt.s, Anyiiinnber of .burrs nf stock boimhl idul soli! on rmiiiiil-wlori or can led on 3 per ctut, inarulu. Jtlliliiu stocks bouvlit and sold through Hall i rauelocu and New York Min. log h'jclianxc. I'amnblrl, fully eniilalnlug bow to p.vutuuiy viaiiiiiu iu ivuu giiei'i, uiimuii iree. ... 1'W'K.S HAltlll JyJ-W4Wru SIMIIQ Hand II llroail str.yl, New York. 921 PENHR.JVENUE. 921 W YORK CLOTHING ! rnoM JESSUP 8c CO., 256 BROADWAY. Full I.Iiich oi'.VIpurns, 3Ioiih nml Taiiiinn Cloths), LIiichm, nndSeer MiiekcrN for i!oiitloiiiou ; lVhlto V.liiun Iui!lc SuitN for Hoys nt very Low I'riccN. JOHN HJ3LARK & CO. wm:. cm:oxt, jej, ainnngcr. i:). F. TIM. IIS A CO., One-Price Clothing House, ls-0 aio, S, I!, corner 7ih ami I) streets. GROCERIES RARE BUSINESS CHANCE ritocroR iutT!ii:ns, OltOOKUS, Corner Fouitconth and Coicoran Streets, oll'ur tholr flue store for rout und stock fur alu cheap, This Is one of tlio beat stands la tbo iiorthnosleru suc tion ofthe city, l'ull particulars ou application at store. JyJ 18. W. KEEBV SON. Ecjrboro neach Clams, finest lu America. Jtoa.it Cliieken, Itimsl Turkey, , ( Wllil Duck, Teal aud Canvas Uack. Drolled-) (luall. U'urirldce. liaratavlii rslnlmp, fresh from tbo gul& Blilceil ! cs' l'oot. clirrled Fowl. Uauiiuas, talaiia Orapes, Oranfies, Leraous, Limes, U. W. HEED'S SONS, iv to r ant vet x. ; On Inj to tbo number of excursion parllos rwiulrlnt our amotion for supplies, orders early In thodayura t-ii roouestoJ. lot toasti:d wooirAi XV " JAVA yt'OFFKES. . ItIO Ibey ate all (arefullyaulectiid for purity and sound, nisn and cannot bo excelled for cheapness, Jail-ir N. w. IIUltl'lIllLl., irri Vslreot ii - i , i i ALDERNEY DAIRY, tas k sTrtKKT NOivrmvrar, P. K. WAHD - - Proprietor. nwio-tf-lp RIlIKl'd AND LAW miNTlNO, Jk-r i nui'UiiLicAN Jon itooiia C5iih Coolfinjjj 3tovcM AT V'ASllJXOTOX OAS'TAmiT OFV1CE, py2i U uud 413 Tontb street. s v hi n M tJ.