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TIIE NATIONAL REPUBLIC AN, FBI DAY StOBNING, JULY 18, 1879.
Ilatt0nal lcpuMitaiu a. m. clati, - - KlUTOIt. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN U published dally tHunday n exropted) by The NaUonsl RfDobllun Printing am PatUsWng Co., AT No. inOH 15 Street Northwest. TjJiaiSl Ono ropy ono year ........ -..- ....... ... . . (4 00 One ci iy on year ............. . .. ..... SO AddreM TN'AIIONAL M-TtfllMCAN. vvaaningion, V kj. UrCbrnmunlcattontJor jmUlcntinn thoutit be Mr, plainly itrlllcn, and only vjian one tMe nf the iKiprr It hen niionymowi thcyuM be neltierretul norretwrmn Jlrjeclcil manuM-Hi d tclll not be prMftmt nor returned. Mr. II. DV IDJON U Hie Agent, tor tlio re. cclpt of Advertisements iinil Subscription for this Taper, nutl nlso fur tlio Collection ol Accounts. Mr. IV. II. roi'IJ Is nlso nutliorltcii to re ceive Advertisement. jAirycat T,elthnate Jlontlny Clr dilution in the District, WASHINGTON, JULY 18, 1670. CAMPAIGN DOCUMENTS. The Rational Republican Printing and rub tithing Company hat printed and for talc, in large or small quantit'us, the following speeches: Senator Conlling, 10 pages. Senator Dlmunds, 32 pages. Senator Illaine, 10 pages. Hon. diaries II, Joyie, lGpagcs. Hon. J. C. Jlurrovs, 10 pages. Hon. James A. Gaijltld, 8 pages. Other spccihes Kill be addid to the list from time to lime. Ortlns by mail piompllg filled. Tiik water tax is booming tlio "ronij wny. Tom Ewixo's business in New York was to raise money for his campaign out iu Ohio. Tlio Ionic of the Democratic argu ment against cninp.ilgn subscriptions ap plied to him ia this connection would re duce him to the level of a " Radical " sponge." The amount of gratuitous ndvico offered by the Democratic pros to Unittd States marshals all ocr the country is 'very en cour.iuing. If tlio marshals should follow it, or ndopt it, they would each nnd'sci crally be guilty of a gross neglect of duly nud violation of the laws. in and ont of official life. And nt tho snme time a dozen or moro paid employees of our dearly bclovctl Democratic Congress, from John O. Thompson down to Iki: Hill, nro actively engaged in advancing their parti san Interests in tho pending camp ilgn in that State. But this is Democratic con sistency. Notwithstanding tho Democrats aro holding up their puiu hands nud rolling up their watery eyes in holy horror Hint nny body connected with tho Administration should contributo voluntarily to the Hc publicnu cause, it appeari) that they nio doing something in that lino themselves. Tlio Washington coricspoudcnt of tho Boston Journal, who always understands und has tlio mentis of knowing what he is tnlUlug about, says that the Democratic Congres sional Campaign Conimiltco is using n largo part of the force of clerks nud laborers of tho House of ltenicsciitalhos and Semite for doing campaign work. Documents aro being folded wltlTtlov eminent paper ond paste, and the comnllttco-rooms nro lighted with Gov eminent g.is. The Kcpubllcan Committee, ou the contrary, have their own bulldlm: nud furnish their own material and help. That is tho difference. Tho Democrats olwaju raise tho cry of "stop "thief" when they litive a little job of steal ing of their own ou hand. An unpardonable ignorance, or n willful perversity iu misstating the facts, exists among those Democratic editors who have recently comincuted upon the possibility of tho employment of Federal supervisors ill tho elections tills fall. Ihcy ono and all allude to the appointments of thoso ofllcers ns if tlio power to liniko them resided with the Executive, nud is to bo douo by Pres ident Hayls himself. Tho truth is tho unrepealed law proidlug for tbeso ap pointments vests tho power to make them in the Judiciary upon tho npplicition of n certain number of citizens residing in the dlstriet wherein the election Is to bo held. Tlio law makes it mandatory upon tho judge of tho proper Federal court to make these appointments upon Mich application. Under the circumstances wo do not sco how any judge who may ho thus properly applied to can avoid making them. But tho stupid Democratic scribblers referred to nssuuio that President HAYl swill bo Im peached if the judge or judges In question execute their sworn duty by carrying out tho law. ho exercises his powers unjustly and In ft manner nt vnrhiico with the legllira.to equities nud duties of his position. "Wo call tho attention of tho President to this matter in tho hope that ho will remind Commissioner Dent thai if a proscrlpllvo regime is to bo inaugurated for opinion sako it cannot bo tolerated ; and that while a Democrat must rtll Ills position n less pro scrlptlvo ono may Ihj found to occupy It. Wo havo said before, and we repeat it now, that tho two Commissioners of the District, who wear political complexions, are not as strongly iu nj, inpalhy with tho pcoplo and their interests as would bo becoming tho existing relation. This It c idonccd iu tho frequent complaints that couio from ail clascs of tho governed. Tho President Is held rcspouslblo for tho character of our District got eminent, mid will no doubt in good time put it in lino with public senti ment nud tho general welfare. Busink&s is booming witli unprecedented vigor nil over tho South. The recent rise in the prico of cotton has sent $15,000,000 or $20,000,000 into that section, most of whicli has reached tho hands and pockets of tlio producers themselves. Tills is worth half a dozen extra fcesions of Congress to our ex-Confedcrato friends. JIM ANDKItsuh's charges against Collector Badulk, of Now Orleans, will, of course, bo referred to St. Ananias Maktin or some other Louisiana witness for corroboration. Strange as it may seem, Jim's unsupported statements aro not readily accepted and filed among the eternal verities, now that the PoTTKlt committee has been disiolveil. 1 1' 51. Dts Lesakp's D.irien Canal project were as dead in Europe as it is in tills coun try, it would bo n long timo belorc a cent would bo subscribed to it or a spndefull of eartii turned for its channel. Tho unani mous impulse of tho Amcricau people is solid ngaiust this innovation of European power mid capital upon American soil. This is as it should bo. Ik any one wero inclined to attempt a defense of CU il Pen ice Order No. 1, It could be made on the ground that this famous re striction was intended solely to prohibit I'edcral ofllce-holde.s from using tho patron age of tho Government to secure their own personal political advancement. But no one is inclined to defend anything bo abso lutely dead, as it were. "WE do not undertake," said tho Demo cratic organ the other day, " to say that nil "of the conclusions of tho Gl.ovrn Commit "teo are absolutely and entirely true." This concession was undoubtedly made in lew of the fact that tho testimony relating to Democrats "catched" by Giovfr was elim inated from tho report boforo It was made public. Tlio absolutely ond entirely true conclusions were thus expuigatcd. "min Democrats themselves havo a gie.it deal to say about their throe-legged ticket ont iu Ohio, although it is very seldom that Generals Ew'INO and Rick aro referred to in this disrespectful way by Republicans. It begins to appear, however, that tho pco plo bclloo tho State Klghts rebels, having shot nwny ono of General Iticc's legs dur ing the war, havo succeeded now iu captur ing tho balance of his body, and that Ew lNd has been throw n in to make up lor tho lost limb. Sritioufi complaints reach us fiom our subscribers ou tho Vhuinla and Midland and tho Chesapeake, and Ohio Railroad routes, to the efleet that Tiik Kispuiii.ku.v is not dclheicd to them promptly. These routes cover a largo number ot post-oAkcs at tho soveral springs iu the Win in .Spring region of Old Virginia, and include tho Greenbrier White Sulphur, of West Vii ginia. We know that tlio paper Is mailed regularly, but wo feur tlmt it is often times appropriated by non-subscribers, who uro longing after profitable summer reading, be fore it reaches its proper destination. IT was Associate Justice riri.ii who ren dered tho recent decision out in California ngnlnst the Chinese queue-cutting ordi nance, on tho ground that it is iu conflict with tho fourteenth nmcudmeut. Now, Justice FiKl.n Is a Democrat and n promi nent cuudldato lor the Presidential nomina tion by tlmt party next year. It, theicfoio, appears to us that this friendly net, it such it may bo called to tlio uiincso, will seive as a stand off, so to sjiealc, to President Hayls' veto of the uiiti-Ciiiuuo bill. Wo do not see, how evoi, how either the Piesi dent or tho Judge could hao acted dif ferently. Till! Democrats are uwtnlly anxious obout the ninouut of money suliicillicd hero iu Washington nntl olsowhcro to tho Republi can umipilgti fund out in O'lio. Thoy howl about it as though it wetoasln of which they thcnisohes aro guiltless. Mean while they aro rjuletly taking up stibscilp tious to their own campaign fund, foiced nud voluntary, among; thcii own adherents Some strango truths are just now leaking out lrom tellable though unexpected sources regarding some of Wade IIamiton's trans actions at tho time ho became Governor of South Carolina iu 1870. It appears that when Governor Ckamiieki.AIK, who had been legally elected, found that ho would be compelled to abdlcale.he proceeded with characteristic Yuulleo shrewdness to dispone of his property iu tlmt State. Among his other possessions was a dwclliug-houso ill Columbia, valued at 10,000 or more, which ho sold to Hamiton. Iu other woids, Hampion seems to havo bought out his contestant for tho Governorship. But the question is, how did ho piy for tho prop erty? It is well known that he was then, and still R n bankrupt, nud consequently had no money to pay down for anything. Several cvaslv o explanations wero madoat tho timolnaiiswcrtothlsiiiquiry First, that his kinsman, Kit Hampton; bought tlio place nnd presented it to him, and second, tlmt his son-in-Hw, Colonel Hapkii.i., lurnishcd tho money for the purchase. But lioth of tlictc explanations nro instantly dismissed from view in tho light of two very signill- cant facts: First, that CllAMlimtl.AI.v was nnd still is interested with Hampton in tho payment of certain portions of the so-called illegal debt of tho State, and second, that Hampton procured an abandonment of tho prosecutions against CllAMncni.AlN for cer tain alleged misdemeanors in the State courts. Jlost nny bankrupt could purchase n J 10,000 house under such ciicuuistauces. m I'Olitics in mi: imnucT govekk- MKJsT. Wo yesterday morning gave to the read ers of The National RrrunucAN the manly letter of 5h. 5In.rov 51. Holland, a colored school trustee, declining a leap poiutment and giving his reasons therefor. Our District government is now iu the hands of three Commissioners, which tho law contcmplatcsshall be constituted of ono Republican, one Democrat, and au army officer. Tho object of this if it had any definite object wn, no doubt, to render tho orgauizitiou to some extent non-partisan iu character. However, be that as it may, the board, as now constituted, would bo quite us considerate and tolerant of tho Republican party and its interests if it wero solidly Democratic. Indeed, that mcmbci of tlio board who was not appointed from political consldenttioiis, but becauso of his being an nrmyofflcei, reflects moro distinct Republicanism iu tho dlschai go of his duties than ho who was nominally selected as n Republican, because tho law calls for that political character of appointee Politically, the board is now as thoioughlyanti-Rcpub-llcan us it well cau be. To Homo extent it is prescript Ivcly so, as Is evidenced iu the statements set forth in Mr. Hol land's exposition of ids treatment by 5Ir. Dl.NT, tho Democrat ie member of tho Board. Tills laso piescnts mi usually pioscrlptlve spirit, both on account of poli ties and race color. Mr. Ho l LA mi was ap pointed because the law provides ior tho nppoiutmeutof a colored trustee, nnd for the fuithcr reason that ho is eminently quali fied both as to clurncter and acquirements, to iliM-hargo tlm lespouslbllitics ot tho ti list usefully and creditably, That he has pei foimcd tlio scrrico with, fiiilucnt sitis faction to the people interested is suseoptl bin of tho clearest proof. That his life and character are above icprnach is equally true The objection to him, then, is his politics. Ho is an outspoken and biuvo Re publican, who is faithful to tlio piiuciples and cause of his parly, lilts is his gieat offenso For this he has been reprimanded by Commissioner Dl'Nr For this he has been ostracised uiid mled out of a position which ho III I eel creditably to himself and the District. This bilngs us to tlio conclu sion, that vvhllo tho law piovides ior a col ored tuistee, Commissioner Diji insists that he must bo a eoloud Democrat or a nogatlvo Republican, who has not the man hood and couiago to nssert his principles while ho holds that position. In this Com missioner Dent plays tlio part ofnpiosciip tlvo Partisan if not ofa petty tyrant. Iii this Tin: wi:yi iiKit. What a subject for contemplation nnd re mark 1 Red hot, hissing, nnd uucuduinblc. "Old Prob ibllltlca" traveling in Europe, his journey men iu charge, nnd tho weather on n "heated term" spree, going It wild, ami reckless of oiiybodj 's comfort. But It is no worse nt headquarters tho Signal Scrvico Bureau than elsewhere. Tho mercury East, West, North, nnd South has been do ing its level best to exert its fullest powers in attaining tho highest possible nltitudo as an Indicator of hent. During tho past fow days tlio tempcruturo lias been oppres sive licit) and elsewhere. Everywhere ex cept iu New England, whero thoy must hnvo things their own way or ccaso to bo New England, thoy managed to kcop tho temperature down so that it was only warm tho heat ins been oppressive. In tho city of New Yoik tho ho it has been iutenso during tlio week until yesterday, when tlicro was a slight abatement. Ou Tuesday tho heat bccamo so great in Now York that oven tho reporters, who have learned to stand nlmost anything, began to inquire, what next? Onoof that el iss having great couQdcuco in tho discerning nud pre dicting pow era of the Slgual Service, climbed up to the high perch where tho weather ofllccra spend their time, nnd encountered tho chief in charge. Leaning back iu his chair, ho hailed his perspiring visitor: "Well, it's coming!" "Wlmt's co mini!?" " Cooler weather ! " " You don't Bay sol" "It l, indeed. Tlicro is a wavo coining from the Northwest that will reach hern by Thurs day. It is booming over tho country like Col onel SELLrns' inulcs. It will bo cooler ou Thursday. But don't maku it too stronp, to make people think tho thermometer Is going down to cm", for it Isn't; und then, when it don't, they will think we made a bad predic tion. Draw it mild, nnd siy it will bo slightly coolor. Tlio thermometer mar get down to 60 or 85, but It prnbibly will not go below that. Tli it is cool for this tliuo of j ear." Well, Thuioday came, and the tempera ture let up a Irllle. A brecyo eamo along to relievo the intensity ot the heat, but the wavo from tho Northwest appears to havo wanned itsclt up iu its coming, for the mer cury yielded but n littlo it didn't get down to 80' or 8.". Tho gentlo bicce, how over, was a Blight alleviator, and inspiicd tho hope that u moro lavorable change might j ct be confidently anticipated. This heated term Is unlvcrsilly admitted, for it has ex tended iu ail diiectious, to bo tho mo-t severe th it has been known in years. At Detroit tho mercury reached 100, and that is nearly as high as it has reached at this point. It is to be hoped that tho iutenso heat is i ffectually broken, but such n hope may bo disippoiiited. fliicnced Wilson to an Improper line of con duct Is alike falsa and contemptible. Tills assault on tho part of a mouth-iilcco of De mocracy upon n soldier who lost both limbs in defending tho Government Is as coward ly as for a strong, stalwart mm to withhold his services from Ills country when it was iu peril, ami to do so for the reason that ho sympathized with iis enemies and had not tho courage to fight on cither side. Tlmt class of courage which prompts now to nn assault upon n crippled soldier is tlio kind which skulked tho war and sought protection from tho Government whllotho war lasted, hoping all tho timo that tho rebellion would prevail. A jour nal which has never had tho boldness to rcbuko tho rebellion and those engaged iu it is of tho light kind of stuff to nbuso ami insult a soldier who is hobbling throngh life on artificial llniln, having lost thoso his Creator had given him in lighting to savo tho Republic from overthrow. Wo canuot regnrd tho studied Insult oflVrcd by tills Confederate organ to nil uufortituate soldier of the Uulou in taunting him that " ho had " not destroyed any rebel rcgliucntH iu sln " glo-liandcd contests," except ns Dr. JOHN- 0N appreciates insult, when he sas " Of all the griefs tlmt liarross the distressed Sure tho tuot bitter Is a scornful Jest; l'uto nov cr wounds more deep tlio eciieroui henrt Than when a blockhead Insult points tlio dart." Is, liowovcr, a rnucld stench about tho Morri son ImlldliiK, wliloli. during thoso dns of Mili tary precaution J, should bo wiped out with soiuo pood disinfectant Ono who Is known to havo boon engaged nt his home In Georgetown In giving "nld ond comfort" to tlio enemies of the Union during tho Into Wnr Is certainly uot tho proper man to rutoovor rt Republican com munity. Tlio iloinsuds of our beautiful nnd glowing city cannot properly bo Intrusted to ono whoso somllty mny bo ilkoncd unto tho weakness of childhood, nnd whoio lovo for " tho Lost Cjiiiso" and whoso liutred of a formerly oppressed ooplo rood or 111 iu objocltoiiablo to n largo majority of our peoulo. And I venture tlio nisorllon that Mr. Dent could not rooelvo n favorable expression of ono fourth of tlio voting population of this District for nuy municipal oiUVo. WESTERN RE312RVE. Washington, D. C, July 17, 1870. 1'JiltSOXAL. 1IV1K AXXtl'UHSA 11 1 ES. WAHU1NGTOM J3 I.XCUiniNO. A bt. Louis Ulobc-Dcmociat inten lower the other day treed nt tho Linden House, iu that city, Mr. Wll HAM P. Copi LAND, who represents the Now Yoik Herald, and who is accompanied by Mr. Hallltt Kil uouitNE, n prominent real eslullst of this city, who nro represented n3 the advnnce guard of nn excursion party, nniong which nro ox-Seuntor DonsEY, of Arkansas; Sen ator PLUMB, of Kansas, und Senatoi Wi.v DOM, of Minnesota. This Wostcrn move ment has no connection with General GltANl's letiun, and need not disturb the sensibilities ot those who have u chill when ever ho is heard from. This party has moved on toward Denver, and will go from thcuco to Leadville, where several of the ex cuisionistfl have extensive mining interests. 5Ir. Coi'ELAND, vvlio is a keen observer and racy writci, will take iu and do tho mining region for tho Hctuld, and then pro ceed to interv lew tho Santa Fo cattle and sheep ranches throughout that region ot tlio West, extending his excursion into No vember. Tho entire party will return w Iscr and, they hope, richer men than when thoy left the National Capital. INSUI.TIC1 A WOUNIH.O .SOI.DIIIH. It is uot enough tint the Democratic Pergeaiit-at-Arins of tho Senate should havo bounced n legless solilici without cause and in violation ol tlio cuicus declarations of its own party that such n thing should uot bo douo the Democratic organ hero is oc cupying its timo in trumping up false ex cuses for tlio outingc, and in heaping n tlrndo of abuse upon tho unfortunate soldier personally. It attempts to belittlo his ser vices and merits ns a soldier by saying: The fact Is, to bogln with Wiiaon's sorvlco In tho Hrmy, ho was wounded Iu the flist bat tle In which lie over taught. Ilu was a rnw rcci nit when a stray shell at Gettysburg struck him und toio off both his leg. Ho had not destroyed any lohel regiments in tsliiKlo-hunilcd contest because, ns his friends would have us bollovc, ho had not hud an oppoituulty. Because Wilson lost both his legs in his first lnttle, this defender of rebellion and hater of the Union turns tho volume of its dlity ridicule upon him by saying that "ho " had not destroyed nuy rebel legluituts iu " hlngle-hunded contest" a pitiful ex hibition of hcnitlessucss that boideis upon brutality. Then, ns il this was not sutll eient, It turns its hose upon him and at tempts to delugu him with n volumoof shameless tinductlon of u wounded, legless doldier. Mr. WlLSOV was appointed nt tlio instance ol Senator Flnton, who in as truo a filend to tlio soldier as walks tho earth. To place htm under tho espeehil caieol Senator CoVKLINO now is to draw hugely upon tho imagin itlon ami invent ive genius ol the soldlcis' calum niator. Not but what Senator Conic- lino isngood friend to every uttfoituunto, limbless Boldioi iu (lie eoimtiy, and seeks to promoto the welfare of all such, mid no doubt feels shocked at tho treatment this man lias received at tho hands of u hcait less enemy ; but to charge that he has iu- t'crllneut Uxtruct from tlio Chronology of tlio ltpliplllon. 1H01. July 18 An engagement took placo at Blackburn Ford bctvvoou a rccounolterliig party of General McDowell's nraiy nnd tlio Confederates. After a fight of a fow hours tho Federals wero ordered to withdraw, having accomplished their object. Skirmish ntllir rlsouvlllo, 5Io , lasting four houis. 180 J. July IS Cincinnati greatly exeltod In consequence of an nppreheiidcd attack from John Morg-in. Volunteers wero called out for thirty days and tho city placed under martini law. Foui hundred Unionists, under Major Clopper, dofoatcd GOO rebels near Memphis, Mo.; losses heavy on both 6ldcs. Nowburg, Iud., entered by Captain Johnson's band of gucrrtllns r nd lobbed to n considerable extent. Exciting dclnto iu tho Biltlsh House of Com mons ou tho motion of Mi, Lindsay to offer mediation iu this country. Tho motion wus finally withdrawn. General Popo Issued orders that tho Army of Yiigiula must subsist on tho eoimtiy through which it passes and holding citizens rcspouslblo for nuy d imago dona to railroads and telegraphs ou tho lino of travel of tho army, 1R(1J. JULY 18 General Mead crossed tho Toto mac In pursuit of Leo. Tho Third Battalion of tho Fifth Ohio Cavalry and a det-ichiuont of the Sixty-sixth Illinois surprised nud cap tured n foico of between 3.000 ami 4,000 rebels encamped near Rleiii, Miss , with tho lutoii tlon of attacking Camp Divis. ne.u Coiinth. Furious bombardment of Fort wngucr, ending with on assault ou tho works, which was re- pulsed with sovcro loss ou both shies. It was so dark that fi lends fired upon and killed each other. Gcneinl l'nrko attacked Jackson, but found that It ftad been evacuated, tho rebels firing It hi soveral places; forty locomotives nnd n large amount of other lolling stock and rebol stoics ivero captured. Admiral Poitor reported tho capture, up tho Red Itlvei, of the steamer Loulsv illc, ono of tho largest In their sciviee; also, up tho Tensas, of tho steamer Klin Ira, loaded with supplies for tho robe! iiuny; soveral others were burned by tho rebels. 1801. July 18 Gcnoin Sherman's nuny advanced ns fin as Decatur, Go. Some robcl torecs wero mot in fiont of General Thomas' division, hut thoy withdrew quickly. General Wright's command, iu nuisult of Eulv's raiders, hud several skirmishes with tho enemy, but no im portant engagement toox place. Vnlcr, 1Vlor, Water. To the Rlitoi of the XathniU Reonbllcait : Sin: Tho feeling as to tho injustice of tho oppressive water tax Imposed ou tho pcoplo of this city by tho Commissioners has becomo epidemic and Is spreading furiously ; but really tho tax lulures a very few compsmtlvo ly. By yoiu fivor, through tho columns of jour paper, I will ask a cnrcful consideration of the matter by tho pooplo of this city. Tho health olliecrs, nnd the pooplo of tho United States and elsewhere, Interested lu, or visiting the city, nnd partaking of tho obnoxious bov crage, cflcctlng all partaking of it, not made noxious by tiujast nud oppressive "fixation without representation," but by the most filthy condition ol the reserved, flvo miles above tho city. It Is the most neglected pool Hint ever man, possessing any knowledge ns to tho laws of health, and making any preten tions to elvilizitlou nud cleanliness, over drank from. It is no wonder that the water wo are now helling so much about is so full of filth and animated beluga. If filtered as it comes fiom tho hjdrants au examination of the residue will give Romo Idea as to what death there is Iu the water, for which tho noor are so uncqultably nud exorbitantly taxed. The polluted coiulltlou ot tlio reservoir can not bo uvordraivu iu description. I will not attempt to give it as It Is. Let the cltiious of the city and tho health olucurs go and ex amine It. Go and see It us It Is now. and ex amine it, as I havo dono In tlm after part of iuo uuy, Aiier crossing me uiiuge on the conduit road, und ascending tho hill, piss off to the right to the uppei west conduit and no tice the water as It Is bolug supplied. Then puss ou up the fulls oianoh to the old bridge, und above It from 100 to '.'00 jurds, cross the bridge and go down oppuslto the conduit en trance and exit of the lescivoir. beo tho Eeumiuy, filthy condition of the stagnated water bubbling with the escape of noxious gusscs, a nil obsurve the living und disgusting mubs'of aulmal ami vegotuh'o mittci Iu the water so highly taxed. Then p iss around to the uoith, to wind tlio Sliocumkoi Branch, through tho old fluid, and seo where the cattlo wade and feed lu the reservoir, and drop tho waste iu tho precious water Unit Is so much nooded on tho stui lie field. Continue around east to Wlso's Brunch, through brush nud swamps, and notice tho oo.lngs from tlio mud and dccajlug vegetable uuittoi, and tho bub bling gasscs nud noxious scum in ami ou tho water so highly rented out to tho poor. Whero tho laws or nature, health, und llfu are vio lated und dlsiegaided, in ed tlio poor nud help less woiidoi at au unholy tux ou a tree elomeut God's natural gilt to man and beast V "Is there a remedy Y" will bo notlcod hcieaftci. HKItON. Mn.JouvW. BOTimi mid son havo tolled for Europe. Col oni i. CoiiKliiu. and family Ion for Cape May ) cstcrday. J. V. rowim, of New York, Is stopping nt orinlc)'s, ltiv. ani Muc. W. A. I.Lovvito, of Brooklyn, N. Y are at tho Arlington, Hov. Casiv Youmi, of vicmphls, Tcnn , regis tered at tho Lbbltl House etenlny. 0. 8. Smith, of New York : J. S. Liunnr. Georgia ; Charles Hyde, Nuiv Jersey, and W. K Hate, Chi cago, aro ai lllardV, T. P. llnows, of Toledo: I.. A. Nosmltb, U. S. A.: am! J, II. MillonnM, C. L Q M. Department, ar rived at the l.bbltt ltouo jevlcrdiij. Majiih Moiiiian returned from Spring Lnko. N. J , J ctcrclny. During Ills ab-cuco lrom tho city ho visited Now York ami went through the Tombs. AMmKslluioand wife, of Havana: 1M. Kutcr, of Mammas; 1-rttiiclsco Juetir, of SauUugodu Cuba, ami Charles Aldrlch, of Iowa, uro guests at tlio Klggs Home. H.B Ciuhiks. Now York: W. H.Sullliaii, Phil adelphia, Pa.; Allen J. l'lereo ami wife und Miss Kinina l'lcrcc, Warsaw, lud., and II. Drown, New York, registered yesterday at the bt. James, l'OLiriCAf, XOU1S. SPECIAL NOTICES. jfCff- iiy viutuk ov Tin; authoiuiy Via confirrpd on the Commli-slonirs ol the Div tilei of ivoliuiililahyiu-iol CougTcw, approved Juno iu, is.v. it n mreoy nrucrw inn wiv u-r. ui ii.mi.-u or street wiuhrrs or hand linso shall b restricted to tho follow lim hours, vlr ! l"mm 0 to iu o clot k p. ni , nd In no cnne hlmll such street wiMlHnorliolo twd toovcocd one half hour. Any person or pprwm violating llita ordor shall uo llnhlo ton lino or not les than nor iiiorc than J.lor encli olftiiAtf, to he recovered and applied as other Alios, lly ordor of tlio bo ud. JUS H. ! 1'IIKl !, lVeUIM't lytsy Minn: or oitninh or a pi'iilio Urli no vii in a nu county op wahiumi- TON.nmillCTOKCOLUMMA. OirlOK Of Till) Cmiirisnioi.nsorTiiK DiMTnii-rofCottTuniA, VVamiinuton. lulyl, 179 Wilfreds the G3niniiionor of Dm Imirlctof eo luinbln deem It conducive lo Hie nhile lulcnit to open a new road running from tinrenth and O nirPFii noruieaAi lurougn liifl ianu 01 .norow itrn mer and Iota flvo (6), nix (OJ, aoven 17), and plcht (B), fhiunrn Nn IV. nf Itnmil&lpnnO ffilirrwnod Dlllidlvlplon In Washington Onunly, DKtrlct of CVil timolol and whprcaa thn aatd rraftl has l.H!iy direction of tlm undersigned fhitysiirvivred anil a plat tin not pre pared and lltcd hi our olllm, iiolh-e In hrre n Elrcn of lhfl liroitoscd rood, antl all linraons who have obj(o tlons thereto aro i cow sled to make them known to Tlm clthcus of Vnhlnntoil formed that AMUSEMENTS. Plodsuro for AIGooil Citizens. nro rep chilly In- Isontho wnrpth of cute prlro apatn, ltehaalcn(sl that Most lliatillful and 1'ictiirevqiio Harden attached to tho old Hi nlnn Mansion, IO( utcil on KHlltUKI' 1IKT. Ki:Vi:Mlt AND L1U1IT1I, oiiposlto tho (leiieral Tost-Olllee, whero lie lias tut IUHU up ono of tho mcwtbiaj fid nnd coinfortalila SUMMER GARDENS In tho country. Ilu hat cont to tnormniH cxiicnso In his eiaUmor lo plemi tho pnbllo, and liotica lo mi rlt lliflr i pprotiulloii. Ills whole nhn wll Uo lo iiinko this tho GAEDB1T SPOT for mnthiraanl theh Ullte ones, for tlm pnln rn.nl ofKcntlcniiu Mtln tit inoleslatlnn, nnd for mctclv the undersigned on IIih tllh day of July, 1VP. at 12 o i leek m , ut the olllco or lln uniliTsiKniii, room nn, IV, Morrison hnlldlng, Pour aud-u half Mrwl north. vent, Washington. 1J C wheiean and all nhjccllons which may bo mado wilt Ira h( ard and consldf red. H K rill.Ll-H, J. 1II.ST. W. J. 1 WlWIMl, Jy (I ijot or 1 neliifers) Comm'astoners of the Ihnlr cl of Columbia. IV55T- OltEATl-Mr IIVIU1AIN8 i:VLIl Ol' IKE Pi IIM. 1 or silo or eicliatipe 1 arms Vlllvro anit Country llnsldciico; verydcwlnilile City l'roji.rt tntrrtdelor J arms) alsoau eiccllcnt Farm In I Inrhtn lor City lTopcrty. VM. II. MAIN & llltos , JeJS Kfl lcnm Ivaiiln a cnue norlhw ist. l& lilt M. H. 11HOVVN has removed Ida licntal Olllee In No 728 MiUllThrNTH HTIIUITT, Over blriun a Drug Klure. Nitrous Oxtde atlinlnltcrctl incli loolh II. JcW lm (S-JXT" HOMMli'AIHIU MKIlU'INKK.-lONDa UZZJ J vlract, lliunphnr'aHpudllui, and all klwli nf Patent Medicines aohl nt eouhtln'e, Mimontc 1 emplc; Janl Itrre'ni ican stock N rising steadily everywhere DistSKss Hi v 1VA1. Is tho name ofnu nbla llcpub llcuu itmniicr. llth Troy llmlutt (Hep.) nominates llnrtlu I. Tounsond lor (loveruor. Caiitck llAiutfo.s litis been Moored by tho Marino Hand und the Chicago board of rddermen. i:x ItLl nui.NrATlv r 1'li.toN, Democrut, of Cleor gla,bt a prominent caudlduta for Oovcnior of that btutc. Tiik New York ftra calls Ilnjesa nulllflcr. It must bu eonceiled Hint ho has rather nullilled nub Miration. Mil. TuimMis- "I will donnthlngforMr. hwlng ami my jurt). 1 will even go to Halifax until ut ter election." 11a YAliu Is ou the salt cn w av e?, and the son nioncj faellou of thoheuato eau have uo more terror for lilm. TAMMASYalwajs kicks out of the party traces before thu nomination, and meekly steps back again nlterwartl. It Is rumored that the Southern carpet bag poli ticians ru eouiplrltig to get up u Dlaiiio "boom ' at the expense ol Urant. Tn KK Is talk among the Indiana Republicans of nominating iccrclary Thompson, of tho Navy Department, for Clov crnor. It Is announced that Hon Chnrlcs ToMor has np- jhjiihcu e;. if, rnrague, oi iiiuu,asius private see- rciary iiunng iuo cuiujailgu. . lm: Vlttsllehl Simlsono of thoDouiocratlcpapcrs that will not accept (Jcneral llutlcr as a regular Democratic candidate for Ooicrnor. I.s MiiImc tho Iteptihllcan eliceubiekcni aro re turning 'honio",l5 tcorcs and hundreds. The newspa pars are full of "cards" to Hint elllct. 111! Confederate committee which Is going to Kansas to Inv tailgate Iugnlls tlioulil be cordially w i loomed by n llrst-clufcc) clone. Denver 'filtimie. If "ttmu Ii iiiano) " what Is the use of Marling a Greenback irl) la cr) body lias all the tlinu tlicro Is going, and w hut more cau mortal man do sire? Tun Omaha lleimbltean, commenting upon tho large achievement of tho Democrat; nt the called (.curious, sums It up thus: "Marched In, sneaked out" We don't bcllev e In shielding u rascal tlmplv be cause he happens to bo a Democrat, No; wo aro not that kind of u hairpin. .Dai Icn (eVci.) Xemi, 'Von.) Sisatoii Bhk nunoiiuccs that tho "wiping out" process Is only postponed, not dcleated lloiavs tlmt the Dimocmts lu Congress w 111 ' mho h 1' again next w Inter, 'lilE DcaMoIncu(Iown) hlale Remtter reiiorts that tlucu tho Cirant eampiilgu of ISosthoru lias not been ko much enlhiislumn lu tho ltepuhllcnti mccUngs as tlicro Is this jt.ar. Tiil New York JjirfM(Dcm)aj8 that "under no circumstances will the Di.mocrac ol New York city (.tultlf and dlsgrute themselves by voting again lor Lucius ltobluum." Tup Stale Journal reports a "cooliica" between Johngee and l'rauk McKlniicy, tho tw o chairmen of tho Democratic Mate Committee. All Iceberg ttpa rulcs tho dlbtinguhhed patriots. Ohio has a law that forbids undldatcs treating at elections It not otil) prohibits candidates, but t'iclr Irlends from doing to It enforced Lw lug will nev cr bo Co crnor of that Htnte. nrr?f l'HYHtciANs' l'ltiAcnii'iioNa ao Z2l? curati ly cmnt ouiuKsl at ralr prices at i ougn lin'alcinile Drug Hturo. corner V and Mntli eiri'tts. jan i rtS NllUItALdlA CtllU'll IN ONH M1NUTK kLir-i liv 1 liim I .lirlil n Imr no lm itilrml in tlin Its. luii iLBiiix doiu iujontniiii' urittf r-mrp. jitium Ur? itc. riirtit by II u 1.1 Lluhtuluff. hold at QjiiKuni) h Drug Htor1, M iconic It nnufl. JnnJ If ivr stnm in rriA Urt IN HUMS TO SUIT on watciik-s diamonds, jnwi:Lnv,Ad 1D . W A LLAC M.9 S loan orricK, 1417 Pciiiisylvnnlu uvemio uoitliweat, NcarVVIIlardallotfl. mars llntcould cotignale In lhfl most illti parlors nf(,ood iltlrtim. Ills imlcn iirriilnrpnipiiln ulll lm n nr. fectty and aire fully ninnagtsl as wlil Insure pleasure and happiness Ui all. ULirefreshnuntd, niirttiienta win im nrst claas lu tvtry repcit l'urticuiar and SIHnlal attention will be paid to thoaileitlou of Ins wallers. Ills Imr will bo lurntshrd with all the best Manas ano oilier coitnui entaiit ineconnirv. In short, nil his energy nud capacity will be devc ted lo the pro motion of this iipw cutTprW, I he publlp nro llurc foro most cordially Invltid to give mo nealt on M1KT BATUItDAY KVhNINO. nt 7 o' lock, w hen the whnlo slrucluro will be grand, lyilluuihiatiil. A Hi a band ofmuslcofthn beat se lection In tho city will discourse during tho wholo evening ior ine iiuiuscnipntor menuuicnce. Comu und ace the ginud oponlng nl cro ou will Und jonr host, with open arms, ready to kutiyou and inakoyou ha py. J)17 Kl). AllNlUt, l'ropilctor. ItASE-lIAIili. Washington vs. National. riHDAY, JULY 18. 4M V. M. Admission. 2V cents. Btnud, 10 cents. Ladles free. Seals In flrnnd jyisitj Thorno's Summer Garden. on:x kvkiia' Evr.xixtt, Jyi7 lIXCKIT SUNDAY. s UMMlin HIUAlUi: COMIQUK. Monilaij, July II, Xlnhllu, anil Tiirtitay ami Milau jti mnre. 437 Mntli atroot northwest, ALL KIN 1)3 OV SEWING MACHINES (Mil and ozniiilne tlio New "Wilson Oscll ntlng hlmttlo Hf wing Mm lilnu. npniS EXCURSIONS. PICNICS. &C. Concert and Dancing on tho Water. FRANKLIN" LEGION. Saturday Ecii1iik, July IS), 1871). MVAMliU M.IHY WASMXaTOX. lloat lcavca Hev enth ctrcct w tiarf at 7 o'clock sharp, returning at 11. Tickets "Si ccntH. (f.ocMl until tised ) 1 19-it 1 OAOiaiKXT EV I IlAOItDINAnY. t ai V ailing First apnea rancsj of the MclMnell, llfynolds, and iiv oniblnallou-lij Iirxl Class Arllsts In the Ornndcst Olio illll of tho tcason. llio pcrforinauco concilium ulin Air Mcnon-cu a rreal colnctr. pn- titled Women or, VV hu Owns the Jlnby. l'or iVt of artists sen hills of llie a ly. J? 11 TJSBPTJL FEET promoto licnlth, Industry, nnd longeTlt." Mcnrethta thouRAii(t Inmi far nuil iu'jr, Hint l-.lt Dr. Wlittot (hlHbthlmiont, Hl(J lVunyl4.nla nenuo, otlHtlto UlllnrilK lluttl. lor relief from mid uvu.OatJto of rorns, btintotifi.dWratc'.l nMlit, ftiid other AllinctiH tif ttieftet. Ofllce houn from 8n. tn toOuin, tre.it por visit. Owlujt to piAivt ot Imslneirt nt olucu, lit, VU.tfli- unable to tWU pMlcnts nt n-fildencc ontnt nnr ti p. in. Jt i SEATOU KC-IjIj, Coriinr Ninth nud U .Streets Northwest. Billiards, ..... 40 Cents Per Hour. TAIlLliS nUFITTHDI BATt lH-JTlOCKnlll AB&vcrthIagln first-class stjlal ocll !tf. It feC'AM ON, 1'roptlclor. Old No. 4811 i lh St. J u Now No. bt. n. w Among the t-ollcil Idnon. Chicago Inter Ocean. Of all llio unappreciated statesmen, poor Glover Is tho most to bo pitied. Ills Democratic brethren hung lilin, as It vrcrc, lu tho buck ard, nmoug the colled linen. If Thoy Only Could. Loulsv llio Courier-Journal. If tho New York Democrats can carry New York by a. majority of uOOOO this eor, oilu 1870, New York'a electoral vote villi bo Uemoeratlo lu lbSO. Thci- cau do It bv luiltluir and forirettluir their fac tional wrniiulliiB and rcalltliur the nuigultude of me itsuo. A Lincoln Hireling. lOVoloim(Mli)Htato3) Vcrlly.vcril) no in) unto you, that If tho Demo crat North are waslliiB their timo and strength lu decorating tho Krai en of the Ikijs In blue, they must hnv o forgotten tho period when Ihcy nnd we uuiieuiii canine a ecucrai sonucr uy uiocxprcs. tivc epithet of a Lincoln hireling. A Shit or Don n Ihurinuu's Ilncll. N'cw York Irlbiuic 1 Tho coufldeiuo which thu Ohio ltcpubllcaus ex press In their ablllt) to carry tho Lcglslaturo lu Oc tober must scud n shiver clown Ihunnau's bacL, To loto tho Hcuatorshlp on lop of the ruin of his I'rcMdcnllal chances will ba n blow almost too crlovous to bo borne. Ihuriuan has probably llirowu awny.b) liUowubliiiidirlng, mororhauees or buecciB thau uuy other man in ins part). GRAND EXCURSION AND BALL. anAND lixouiestoN to i'iney toint and I1ALL ANO (ILItirAN, from II to 12 mldulLht, by the otllccrs or tho 1'alaro Mteamcr OcorEeLeorj, JiIA'2 IKK The Lcary will leavo her wharf nt 11 a. lu. sharp, ririlvlnt: at thu I'uliit at 6p in lwn hours rorbath liisc. one hour for aupjM r, und Ihe ball will open and continue til! Uiu. 'llio steamer will nrrlvo lu Wash ington next morning all jj. llckctsfor tllHIOUIld Ixip. II. Wilier a full llrassnnd (-trlnir Hand wlllncconinaiiv tho excursion Hopper serv etl nt hole! nnd on board sttamcr. Nbtlrraoms fur aalu on Ixiard Ttckcta on aala at Tt. VV. lleeili. sons'. Ilia trni; Ji.mcsOra) . Ullccih and New Ynrknvinuo1 II. L Peyton Metropolitan, Notional. HI. James, Wllhuda, nnd (-U iiaro Hotel clpir stands' also at VV. K ltonsua rcniislianla uvenue betweeu twelfth and 'Ihlrtoenthslrcta. Jylind BLA0KIST0M" ISLAND ! 175 Miles for 50 Cents. Children under 10 years Free. AOUAND COMrLIJIUNTAItY I'VCUltPIOV to tho oitlrers or the Blmuirr I.ADY (IF 1 III. I.AlCi; to t he above place on their elecnnt Iron struiuer, j-u-jzrr 25, eainc8Uth ntrect wliurf at 8 a. rru and rottirnlnsut Up m,Kliiig (xitirsluuUtH Ihe liours for bathing, IUMiik. und crabbing. o ob tloimbto purtlM alloirM on board. Tickch for sulu nt tbt wliui), nnd at ihnNcu York Plnlne Itoomn, ioift l'htrptt nutthwest Uaron gro eery Kioru,HecnOi nnd IVinm uvpiuie: lerguoii' uruntior?, b4piiU4 iiiu; itrvt viuiuii r micf.i evv ON i:XHIIUTION AM) SALU AT MAUKUITi:irS TIIKK AKT OAf LKHV AND WTOnn, ISo. WW K Him l Nortlincst. Cholro Oil rati.lliiH, 1 iierntliif. Cliromc, itc. Also thp liinrtst stock nf I'uuerhnncliiBR. WludaW Bhado, rirtiiroi, KrnmrR, ricluroortt nnd 1imo.., ninj, ruui. ecu , in iiih intiiiia, in.uim tiniu 1'JcuNe rtniombgr naiuo nud number. Jo-h-lf National Portrait Gallery, G25 I'cnnfiyUunlu Aenuc, between Sixth und So tilth .SticcUt WunliitiKton, I). C. Thin saltery Lontnlnt acolhttlouof American nnd Fnronoan t?ubrlttu4 unrlvakil ou tbH contliit nt. l'ortrultrtof emliunt men and Momcn on txIilbUlon and fur rutlcs Old plcturtH reatortsd and copied lu uuy SHORT AND CHEAP. AflvcrtUemfiitft itndur IiendlncH Wuuted, ltourillup. lror Hoitt, ami 1 nr Halo Inttei tetl lu thin Lohunn nt tlio folloiTlni low latest Four linos ('43 u-untH or Xctn) for tho ilrnt liiHoilloii 25 teuU ICacli subfcquont coiimuciiIUo litaoi tlon SO COIllH PERSONAL. T.TONKY 1( IIUV IN ANY AMOUVr X QUIUED ON (IOOI) ltlUL lifcl'Arn RE- JH6t ' phii i'ln r. J. 11. LAWYril, Dealer, III ltenl J,state, 810 r atrcet. HOWARD ZEVELY la engaged at tho ofllco of KDVV'IN A. MelNIIlIK, IttallMatallrokcr, III) l'slieet northwest. JylUm Congro s streets, (Icortretow nt VVnIWcr A Co .uroccrs, I Seventh street and jvtarrland aremitj aontliw est, and of the olllcera or llio boat. Will atop id Alexandria bothcnlns nnd returning An c leuant llraaa nnd Htrint; Hand on board rltckitaandHtateroomscun h. apcured at the ofllco of thu Inland nnd hathoard Coasting Company aud at tho Hlxth street whnrl, . JylMOt Asivsr.air.xis, llio IlolhiinUOunt Kuiniito. To the l'Aitoi of the National !i)ubliiau. But; As ti htahvurt Kepiibllemi I dual re to coiifnitulitto nu npjii hiliiK'ln to llglit tlio contemptllilo eotuso ptiraited by Mr. Commls hloucr Doiit in tlio easu of School Tiusteu ol laud, Tlio facta contained in Mr, Holland's Icttci, publisliod this morning, must mueljr strike 1'iesldent Kuyoi with surprUo nnd euuso linn lo inuvel " vvlint uuiiiner of man" lio Inw cliaicn .is mis of tlio cliluf rnlorn over n rc3icctuble comuiuulty, llio present lijdru bended government of this District isattraugo eonibln.itlon of embeclllty, trenelicry, and ljenei.il iiiidlncfs, anil us such biw illsjiiatetl all cliisbes of iltiuiis until tbeio In a loud oiy foi n, iiidleal eluiugo "down In thu Moirison btilMliiK." Mr. Dcnt'i) tiotitmcnt of Mi, Hollunil Is In exact accord with Ilia loumo tn repird lo lbs uppointiuoiit uf Dr. Waul, as onoof tlio coin mlsvloiioH ol pliiirni my, unovoryono uiijuiiint ed with tlio tucls enti testify. As ix lie tier In iltiplleity nuil aubtorfuiso lid Id n decided tuc ecia. I Uo not, ns n inlc, bcllovo lu wliolcs.tlo do. iniiioiutlnii of public olllcou, m 1 am fully uwaio tlmt It U linpoiilblo lo plcisotill. TUero hmnnior Tlmntro Coinlqtie. Tlicro will bo n matinee at tlio tmuil hour this afleruoon. This week's tltow Is very Hue, nnd thoso who hnvo not vet seen It should take advan tage of tlio few remaining opportunities. Ilioruo'rt Hummer Garden. llio garden was filled with visitors last evening Tlio success of Mr. Thome's v enture seems perma nently Inttirod. 'llio Marina Hand novcr dls counodkwcetermuslo than it renders at tho gar den, I.vcrjthliiK about llio place Is attractive. All w ho arc In search of a comfortable aud delightful place to spend an uvoulng should pay a v Islt to tho garden. Till average American kitchen nuil Dr. Hull's Fifty Miles for 25 Cts. Daily Excursions to Glymont and Return. Tho olegant fitoainor W. W COIICORAX will hero nllirmake IIAII. 'HUPS IO (1L MONT nnd all Intermediate pulnts, leaving He enlh street wharf at 10 a, m and returning aiiout 3 80 k in Hound tare, 3 cents, '1 ho rigular battirday e eulngt xcurflons lenv e at 6, rt turning at Ui. m. sharp Fare. J cents Jyil D UUO CL1.U1CS' UXLUKSION. airu Ilaltlmoro 1'llls both know tlpepsla the ono cro iiiesu; iuo uiuer uoairu)a it. (tiepsla I'rfto, 'Jj co, '1j cents. mint. HMini AtBn. ui nn tho IMh liMt.Strs. Junuu ILUuiTii. formerly of rsewbui;, Mo. Interment at Mount Hot o Ccmeterj, Ilostou, llsi 110 (.'II At her res Idem n ouOenrKCtowu Uelghts. on tlianiornliigof Jul 17, Mnv Mcl.utjf, nldon of the lute William M. 110)cc, V. ri A lu the Tilth year of lur uvo. fho ln mis of tlio family nroliivlud to attend tho funeral lrom thu chnpiluf tho Oidc Hill (emctery, (ItOlgltOllll, July in. at hall pa.it S o clucU p. m. Baturday( JOHN R. WRIGHT, "U'lISraiEJIEvVI'.A.ICIHIRy, i.i.ir in fir HTiuurr x. ir. llealdenco on Uib premises. jylo-Hm UlSNItY IjISK'H HON6, UiT 3D H IRD.AJS: e k,s, 83-J I'XNNbVLVAMA AVKNUE N. W. Urnrieh omrm '"" 1'eimsylvanltt avenue 8. II urancn umcca, .a, Mnryiaadav.a w, tuclll 'I ho old mamhen of thu DltUQ CLElUtB" ASSO CIATION n 111 give u OltANlJ iMOONLIOHT IIXCUItHlON to MTIHItAIT. IIAI.T 11IK KVKNINU ' JULY 18, 1870. on that beautlliil attamer ldyof Ihe Lake, under the nianagoiiient of Vliasr. nuorGto A. Ileutjey, Charles te i'tlcu, aud John 1 . Cole, with thu follow lug eominllteeai IIUCI.ITION. Ilonjamln Whltesirlo, W. T. llaldus, 1 red A. '1 scldtrolly, Jr., Ihos It. lioivnlng, lleury K, llarrelt. DKCOItAIlIvO. O. It Ihifuiir, J 1 gnn short, it, A. Jonnitoa, win. u, Desmcius. ILOOIC Oeo A, Ilcntley, Masti r of reremonles. Olu.j,(l Dulln, 1 rank 1 User, Theo. (I, DeMoll, Holder mll, Magrudi r Muiienster, MuaioiiY ihoki8ou pisromo. TIckiLailmlltlug mi.". iuruiCn, fur aaloat the prin cipal drug store s nud at the bout. lloat will loavu HUth street uhart nt DM p. m. sharp. 1)10 WANTED. WANTKU-TO 1JCOIIANC1K A I'OKrAllLE fetonm Saw 2111. l'lunt r, nnd 0 ocrea good lMne Timber Innd (prlcr, fi,OiW for gond second nnnd biiK- kh-h caruoKLf, or ii propenr. Auartas j. ji. jiuio tUlt. JIUIIIIIMDI. ibum . . h. JylMi FOR RENT. Irion itnNT-niiiKL; noons ok thikh aid, ? ONK ON' SIXflM) DLOOIt, OVKIt MAHK- itrrriiH .iv Muiiii, iu c-ji j; Hiiiincr Mimmvjcji. dm: uooit ijiom hlvi.mu BTltKKT. Al'PIA AI fill. B 1X1KU JllHw FOR SALE. IflOUSALK-A I'AIIM OP UO ACIllt AIAO O.NE : or oo acres; ptenlj ol milt: health) location! only . mluubV drl e irum the city ; will oe sold low or exchanged for city prop. rl. J. II. LAWYMt, Iiealerln Ileal Kstnlc.alO F street J) H ct tFINE FARMSF0R SALE. No 1. Aery lahntbto 1 nrm ndjolntnr; tlio villas of nlt9 CbuitU: line now llouwa find nil necdaary outbulLdloci, everililiu;nriit cliuu; land lu liUlnt statu or mltUutloii. Ko 2. Doslrublo Farm lidjolnlox Fulls Church, con talulne 117 kcrii.ull lu n . kooU stnts of niltlviitluii, improra y line, inrgi, unci century outljulldlngs. No. 3. A line larjfo 1 arm, containing 2!V) lure, di rectly upon tlio n.Urond and liirnplVco to Aloxnndrla, ten minutes r1d lrom Jluliluiore and I'otomuo Hull loudUeputt line speculation for oiillallrttJ, No -I, FtimFrtrmof 2(Jacro,bflven Wiwhlncton und AloxundrU, tail lulnutetV wulk from tlioettitlon; lOf,ojdlveUlnlloii-tui. commnu.liiKfiJ.no vlov ot ihe I'otonmc fruiu (JonrKUoni, IIlIkIiIm to tori Watdilngton: one of tbo numtdislndjlo icbldi'iicca to bo found In tula nolgbboUowU. tine. Inri7( brick rtur-Hliic and all n- ...." v..n ... .. -.-": ; . .- Yt ui uq aoia ui b ureal uarknm No fl. rieaant Count rr JlMldencc. . uniR F A.MII.Y KXtlUItSIONS Kve r Monday, IHieaday, Friday, and Baturday, i Wll I1UU1IO A (Irand Loneut on ear) darshi i trip. Steamer Mary Washliiktou will leave at 0 30 a. ill, reiiirnhiz ut I p. m ltoiind trip, av cents. Children and nurses free. Jy8 COMI'LIMIOTAUY Moonlight tiolree Dnnsante, at Mount Vernon tfprltiirs l'ai Itlon. every Moudu) , Tuusiluy, l'lluay, and Haiuntay during the scasuu, Hteamer Mary WnslihiHion lll leavo all JO p.m., lolurnl.'gat 11 p.m. Ilonad trip, 53 cents. y8 E VEUY SUNDAY TO JA8. V, HAItVKY. 11IOS. II. MA11TIN. tlTos. ST. Mairvey o& Co., UNDERTAKERS, Nn. 730 bnveiilli alreot norlliwest. UeiMciico on ll ki tireiiimgs. e!3 cm W. R. SPEARE, tj nr id ei e.t.e:s or,, 940 F Stroot Northwost. I'.verytlitnt stilclly first clnss and ou tlio most icnsonahlotoruia. felO ItaUM' VKlON Hl'ItlNOS nnd MAI18UALL HALL. UK amor Mar) VV'Mhlntun liuvtu ut 3 p. 111., 1 leiurnlng at promptly. Ji IXCUUfalONa'IO'llIIlelHIJA'l FALLS Of 1 UK All rtritiMAtl outhancA,siri,nndrniiulunt canal pactrit boat (ll-NMIALM. C MI'IOH Leave A'lunlucl lirldga ou 'luitdtya, 'lhurdy, Htunhi),iui(tMiiidu). nt 7 ,0 a. in, ltcliirnhig leaving halls utl) p m. 1 nil -lloiilid ltlj, MlillU; oldhlrcil, tinlf pi Icn. 'Ihobual tan bvchaiteivl fur excuralous oil Man. da h, VV cdncsUa) u aud 1 rlda)a. at Itims la suit, lor IlltllK r panlctllara lniiulro nr JOHN T. hCIlIVIJt'rit. OiiiHistls Aiiil.duu Jlrldgo, (ieorgcloii n, II ('-. 'I Icktla lor mile ul III la uHlce JeOlf near Talla CUurclit Jual ilnlshedt conimaiiillug u rliio view ot the entire Hiirrouudlu i-ouiitry: meat hiaulilid loca tion In the vlclnltj j ulll sell urlradolbrcliy property. Also a largo number of small Purum for fcnlo or trade ou aicommudallug terra i. Nii.iiur.ii k. i.(i.T, Ileal Eduta Agent and Auctioneer, Soiitliuost corner Mntli street and I'cnna. avmue. jyl oolin TpoVrJALi:. A DAILY NKVVfll'Al'I'fl IN VIIKHNIA. Ihe proprletora Oder lor sale O.NL-I1AI.I' or the nholeur the I'Kii.nsuuito "daily vosr." ona of Ilia bial kuoMii and moat n ular ( onscrv a live iieuspnpi rs publUhed In Vlrklnliu lulreses, 'lpe. and tixturosof all kinds arueomphlo and hi excelh nt condition aud the patronage of tho pn)r iiplatlutliiii, ... l'elertburg U one of tho best located und healthiest chlta lu the Hirte, o oely conueclid nllh North Car olina, and IlicMefurB olhrsmaii) induevineiits tonuy oiih defirous orengaalug lu the nuwiiiiaiior buhlma. Terms ol aalu mil bo inoderau, wills uno-linlf cinli and the balance In six aud tuelco months' time, Addrox Ik II. UIhM iv co.s, Jegl 1'iliri.burg, va. Inon hali:-oalij ami hsk ouh i.isr or ! projairly for sale. JOHN HIU.ItMAN A UO bl. Cloud llulldlng Ileal i8lut and lo inn. Jy.ll ly HANCOCK'S RESTAURANT. "OLD CURIOSITY SHOP." IJirAULlKIIUIl ISH'l 1U.H4 l'llNXSVLVAXIA AVJSXVJi. mart If National Safo-Doposit Co., I'lltecntli street nud New York nvoniio lire, Ilurglar, nnd Damp-rroor Vaulls. Hafcs for rent from J to too per annum, lakes eloverutneiit llouds on spockd daplt-tl per I.O)a your. Also receives Wlverwarc, packed hi oidlnarj aired Iriuiks, on deposit for moderate cliuigu. Ilwrd of Manajcrs-VVIIllara btlrknoy, president! fleoigo VV, Hlgs, vlce-prekUInt Ik I,hu)iler, secre tary! A. 1, bliirlevunl, treasurer) Heiiiy A, Wll lard, John L'ussels, nud '1 hoinua i:vaur, JflV-iolonugl jou rniKriKa or all kinds. IlJU'UiluGAN JOll ItOOMB. 1JUS Uuliict north wt.