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THE NATIONAL BEPUBIjXCAN, FKIDAYMOKOT JTJIjY 18, 1879.
NEW AD VERTISEMENTS CLEARING-OUT SALE SEASOMBLlfDRY GOODS. In order to make room for my Vail Mock of Dry Hoods, I hare delornilncd 10 begin my Clearing Out rjaln at one, Instead or waiting Ull lh end of tho sea foil. llemember, every article In Ihe :oro will bo In cluded In tlia salo, as I nm do.crmlned to keep no goods over for next summer. (.mil nl once anu secure n.srjnms innu.iio.rjn i INS, DUKB (1001. W1IITK OOOtiS, KMllllOI HKItlKM. LACKS, 1I0S1KUY, ULOVIS, l'AHA. HO 1-9, AC CONNOLLY'S, It UlnvcnUi Slrm-t mill re-nun. Avciiuo. UNIVERSAL FOLliIXU ItKD, lor Cniu-Meellnm nnd Ktcurslons. TYnlatui less than 10 pound and occupies space when fo.ded,Mbr4ncl1eor,i,l(l.il.yiiANI) Ivi7-t r ix.1 I onlslana avenue. TIE&TTnsnKS, TRAVELING AND HAND BAGS. Vest Assortment In thr Oily Just ltucidsed. rniam i.owkh tiiax jivim. NATIONAL TOY COMPANY, 431) Seventh Street. jylOtf Celebratod Milwaukee Lager Boer. l'rlce, 80s'. Per Dozen. PHILIP ItKST JUiEWINO COMPANY recelrxl Cold Medal ul Ports Ks position, IKS. EOlTLhU OF ALI.OIN(lKH AI.K. LACIKH llKEll, SODA WATKH. TONIC IIKKKI ALSO VltlKH AND VINKOAIl IN llAltllKIA IF. -ML. HUEA., BO anil 3tf 1'rospect St., Ocoi-Brlown, I), C, IT'"1 SKLK.IUlSIX0KI.Orn SO YKSTKK(ll'inEI HKADY.TO HAKK IMMKWATKLY AITT.Il IT IS MIXKD-AI1SOLU1KLY l'UUH-ALL VI ASK IN A TIUAL. a CHURCHMAN A CO.. Jyll-liu EU Louisiana avenue, cor, loth street. 8PECIAL AND GENERAL TAXES l'ulil at n Large Discount. Claims for Drawback on HpeclalTase can now be SirThose svho have died rlalms with mo will b noilued when refunding ccrtlllcates are ready lor de livery. JOHN MOUKI.N, ass roujt-AXH-.i-tiAT.v stuvjst, ul -eolm Opposite DMrlct llnlldlng. NEW GROCERY and LIQUOR STORE Tho Ciuih System. JVb. 1300 Seventh Street Xorth went. Ths pluce to buy uoodi chep h where no money Is lout hy the credit system. I have In store unil for sale a tresli stock or Teas, coinpwd or (lunpowder, lm retiM, Ooloug. Japun. K llrckrast. llysnn, itc., from 13c. n pound up to the rtuest ciullty. ColTee, Uracil andnoutud Mocha, Java, Mnr.iraltjo, Ignyrn, lllo, a. all racs. i:ic. up. i'ur ny nisKj- years old, for medicinal ar.d rumliy use. lure llran or V. Holland filn. I'ort. SLerrv. Hwffrt CfttMV.m, and otber WlnM, torn fl per (fall cm and tip to the finest. can &uu examine goous uuu prim. , ,, A. flAKILKR, jntS-lm law Svnth, Ixtwtfn N and O aireott. Gas Cooking Stoves! Washington Ga3-Light Office, tnyil 411 AXD 413 TJSXTIl STHEET. CCIII.IT7. BUEWINQ CO.'S .IIIIiAVAUKKH I.AOr.R. THE PUREST AND I1EST LAO Ell IN TUE DIS TIIICT, IN CASKS AND U0TTLE8. l'er sale by Deslera and the Agent, SA.WT, ft J'ALjrZIl, Depot 07 Qriteue street. Georgetown, 1). C N. D.-HETAII. fltlCES IN llOTTLESt Fateat stoppers, pints, per doien M cents Pktsat stoppers, half pints, per two doin......SI cenU DOTTLES TO BE HETUIINED. rayM BLANK -BOOKS, PASS BOOKS, NOTE, LETTER, AND CAP PAPERS, Or ALL 60IITB AND QUALITIES. AT TI1E VtHY LOWWT 1'ltlCtH, AT siiirxiNOTON's nooKSToni?, gaylO Corner Kour.and-a.bair sL and Tenn. aye. DRIVER'S RYE CORDIAL, Recommended hy pli ysIcIniiB gen erally h n sure cure Tor Colds, CoiignH, nml ull iilTectioiiM of the Til rout and Lungs, in composed or flue old Ityc IVUlnUy mid'purc While IStrlnc Kock Candy. $1 per botlle, 8 J per unllou. C3-OQ X7S7 XJsri-cox, apis Depot, 4.11 TVnnaylvnnlii avenue. AllltlfAL OF I'ASHVSai'.ll T11A1XS. Dulthuore and Potomac Depot, corner Sixth nml 11 Mrooes. MOIININO. EVENING. Wuh'ctou night line C:M Alesnudna. 6-10 Alexandria. 7:10 Alexandria f.Zi ilalthnoruacyom 8:4) Jorlhund West.. X:M Alexandria-...-....-.. 0-M Alelaiidrla. 10:3 Wush'ctou paM&nger 11.00 Alexandria. I1;U IUIUI'IiIU. itllo.ton 1:00 ltlchmond day line... 1:10 Alexandria. I:tt Alexandria u:'.'l Lhnltedexpress 4:01 Alexandria. 4-43 Wasbluiton day line 4.il Alexamirla. S-23 Alexandria. r:IO Wn-h'gtou passenger S:-W Alexandria 7:33 North Bnd West :ut) Itlcliinoml nUriUlne. KU Alexandria li 25 Uoltlraore and Ohio Depot, coruor Now Jor- aey Avenue ami u sireei. MOUNINU. KVENINa 1ft. Louis J. Liu, ex... too Phlla. N. Y.ex. .. CM Chicago v l'lttsburg ex T,M Baltn. d: way stations 8 V) JTrederick ac. (Mel. branch) - 8.23 Hallo ct Annap. ex... S.'27 Martfnsburg and Ha. Eerstown ae, (Met. ranch) 9.13 tUnllv. UC.............-....1H40 rbdlo. ac - 1:.V llHlto. nc 4::t0 N.r.,I'hlla Botei. t:0 l'ledmout, htrastiurg, Winchester, Fredk. llftiierstown, Pi, of Itocks and way sta tions R:03 lllnlto, ac, -..,. f,:37 iniuo.ex. ."jj llalto.iwayslatlons 73 Clilcogo 1i M. Ixnils. moo N.Yl'lill.Iusei. :W iiaiio.ex 11. JU SArrlve daily. Others HundavaexeeuLod. elTFor llio time or departure or trains see adver tisements elsewhere. r 1 i . ' ' New Advertisements. Proposals for copper, lid. Abner's Summer Garden. Vase-ball Washington vs. Nationals, Comiblly, Eleventh street and Pennsylvania ave nuo Clearing-out sale of seasonable dry goods. 'l'heriiiuiiietilu llmitllng. OrricB Ciiiitr-SioiuL-OrricKH, U. S, A., July 17, 1679. 7s.m 79 tp.m 73 7:35a,'.m 8 II p. in 71 J 2m 87 Maximum DO p. m M Minimum 71 1:5.1 P- m e'J r Indications. For Now England and the Middlo States gen rrally clear nnd cooler weather, with northerly to scslerly wind, and rising barometer. LOCAL INTELlTgISNCE. CirV JfOTKS. Peaches aro becoming plentiful In the markets. Turco-Itusslan and sulphur baths, 003 13 t. 11 w, Life rouewed and health rcstorod. Only two umrilag" llcensca wero issued yesterday, and those to John Hayes and Mur gaiot Connor, uud Henry Harris mid Wilde Vietz. Tho work of cleaning tho alloys, ns recom mended by Heulth-Oftlcer Towiishoml, will bo commenced to-day uudor direction of Lloutcn nnt Urcon. A largo foico Is at work at the dovorn moot I'rJiitlug-Oilko, Tho i.Vcortl printers, who were, furloughcst t tho adjournment of Congress, will bo to work uext JIoniHy on tho rnlsx to the Iiteorii. A wagon of the 0. K. A. Company brolcn Oown at the corner of Twelfth streot and Vir ginia avenue southwest yostorday afternoon, causing a temporary suspension of travel hy the Bolt Line ltallroau. The District Commissioner! yesterday Is sued an order restricting the uso of streot washers or hand hoso hctwocn six and ton o'clock p. m.,and limiting the usoof any stroct washor to ono-half hour. Tho schooner Isabel, after unloading her cargo at Hlseoo'a Tenth street wharf yestorday, started down tho rlvor. Owing to Lad steer ing sho ran aground near tho Arsonal wharf, and was compelled to wait until high ttdo bo foro she could got nway. A colored lad named Uriah Underwood was arrested yesterday afternoon by Ofllccr Lawlcr, of tho Sixth Prcclnet, fur stealing n coat, belonging to .Mr. (J. J. fjlitirch, out or llio olUro of Johnson Brother, wood and coal deal ers, ou Ninth, between Laud M sticcU north wost. llonry Knorr, tho waiter who had his arm broken at the .Schuotr.cn l'ark ou Tuesday ulglit, by having a krg of beer fall ou It, Is do ing very well. He was removed at tho tlmo to tho Frccilmau's Hospital, aftor walking tiboutn, tnllo to tho oltlco of Dr. II. 1). Adams, where ho received mcillml attendance Dr. Ulenuln thinks ho can suvo thn arm. No Injurious "Ubstanco outers Into tho com pound of Lodillo's Ilcuilncho ypcclflc. Price, Ufty cents. Till! AMATHVll .SCItl llltr.IillS. Second Iluj'a Selnu of the National Asso . elation. Tho second day's session of tho Xatioual Amateur Press Association was called to order at flvo o'clock yesterday by President Brlggi. As tho election of the official editor of tho org Xa and trenstucr lind not been made in tho previous meeting, nominations for the offices were otl'cred, and tho election resulted In tho cholco of C. Clement Chase, of Omaha, N'cb., as official editor, and Frank M. Morris, of In dianapolis, Iud., as treasurer. It was moved and carried that the election of Mr. Chose be mado unanimous. Tho treasurer pro tempore, Mr. Wright, of Illinois, presented a number of hills, which wcro read by thn secretary. Among them was tho bill for printing the ollicial urgau.uuiount lug to. $30, and ono for tho printing of tho olll clal stationery, an udditioual sum of $27. Con sidorable discussion urnso as to whether tho several bills should bo paid immediately or whether they bo referred tothoexocutivocom. uilttco for their Investigation. A motion for the latter prevailed. Mr. Chaso proposed thatacommlttcoof threo bo appolutcd by tho prodilent to cuusider tho snli ect of nrocurinc designs fur unnronriatu badges, to bo the personal propcity of thoinom hers of tho association, iheso bailgcs aro In tended as souvenirs of tho amateur press. The decisions of the judges of titlo awards woro road by the secretary, amid silence, the Interest in tills direction being very great. Mr. O. M. IIus, of Chicago, III., rccclvod tho tltlo of "Poet Laureate" for tho authorship of an exquisite little poem entitled "Muslo." Mr. J. Austin Fyucs, of Boston, received tho title of "sketch Lauruato;" tho subject of the gentleman's rsay was "Tho Orator and Jour nalist." In this connection it may be apropoi to state that thvso titles ami several others aro awarded to the persons writing tho Ilnost e-s.iy, poem, or story lor the amateur press during the year. Mr. Chase offoied a resolution of thanks to Postmaster-General Koy, Chief-Clerk James II. Marr (of the appointment oltlco, Post-Ofllco Department), buuator Alvlu aauuilers, mill Hou. Paul Vandorvoort for tholr kind asilst anro in obtaining the privilege of pound rates for tho amnteur papers. This resolution was of course udoptcd unaulmoudy. A farewell letter from cx-Prosldoutllall was rend, iu which he expressed his kind regards fur tho association and wishes fur Its pros perity. Mr. Fyncs moved tho letter bo tabled, which motion was lost. Resolutions of thauks to Mr. Hall for his un remitting labors during bis term of otllco woro udoptcd. Mr. Graff, of Indianapolis, forwarded n list of amendments to tho constitution, which were ordered to he read by tho secretary. A wrangling and hot discussion aroso at this point, a number of members contending that according to the constitution amendments thereto could not bo legally decide! by the convention assembled, and thtrcforo tho read ing of tho sunn was useless. Tho point was sustained by the chair. Tho assembly adjourned till uluo o'clock to day to wind up alt unfinished business. Pre viously, however, tho selection of tho next place of meeting was decided in favor of Cin cinnati, Ohio, over Indlauapolii, J nil. Tho arguments nhy tho Queon City should ho chonou woro ably mado by Mr. Herbert A. Clarke, of Mississippi, who montlouud the in- viuciblu attractions of piotty girls, and lots of them too, two beers lor live cents, nml the plurality of amateurs in the city. This latter reason wasof course tho potent ono. OUll CI.KAKING-OUT SALB-nKEAT HEMIC TlOS OK 1'ltlCES '10 KOKCK OKI? STOCK. EliiKMAN HltOd.. CLOTIUEIW AND TAILOltH, CUUNKK SEVEN! 11 AND E, Speelal .Vasessnioiits. Tho following order In rolatiou to special a sessmcuts has been promulgated by the Dis trlct Commissioners: That In the opinion of the board Ihe third sec tion of the act of Congress approved June J7, li79, providing lor issuing uran uacn ccriiucaics lor over i,aid sneclal assessments. Is seneral in its meanliiir and Includes all special assessments, without regard to wiictncr inoy are uuiu ny uiu uisirici or uy iniru parties. The following Is tho form of the certificate: No. . 3 . OrricK or tiix Commissioners ok tiik Distiiht of Cou'Jinn. Wasiiisiiton. . 1S7 This Is to certify that a drawback, amounting lo dollars and cents, is duu for excess of assessment uaicu . i7 , paiu on io( snuaro . Irnlltlui: oil . This ccrtlllcalu Is Usuod to , and when properly indorsed by him, or his attorney, duly auiliorizcu in writing, is rcccivaiuo omy in pay incut of ai.eci.il atrcmcnli and arrearages of gen eral taxes prior to July I, Ib77, in accordance with Ihe act of Congress entitled "An act fixing Ihe rate of Interest," 4c, approved Juno 29, 1879. Tho regulations governing tho issue of theso certificates aro In tliecouiseof preparation and will bu ready to be made public iu a few days. .. i Sixty and seventy-five cent unfinished shirts, Wamsutta muslin, and 2100 linen, Jor duu, Dare & Co., 1000 F street, Commissioner Dunt unit tho School Iliuird, Commissioner Dent, iu an Interview with a representative of TllK ItfcPUW.lCAN yesterday, stated that Mr. Milton M. Holland wus mis taken In tho statement made by him that ho would he removed as a school trustee on ac count of either his politics, race, or color, as no such motives operated against him, Tho Com missioner further said that ho had only the beet interests of the public schools at heart, and their success was hi) chief object. Ho wished the Hoard of Trustees composed of men who would promote tho welf iru ot tho schools, uud not bo of such a composition us to create dissensions among themselves, He also stated that men of Mr. Holland's vneo and color and white men opposed Mr. Holland1! selection originally and objected to his lcappuliitmcnt. Individually, tho Commissioner nald ho had no bias In tho mutter, mid in choosing mciuheis of the Hoard of Trustees he wanted to secure, if pusslble, those that would glvo llio most itH faction. s netting Hoiidy fur Die National I'nlr, The board of dlroctors of tho National Fair 0 round i Association met yesterday morning and elected tho following officers : Picsldcnt, W. M. Oalt; troasurcr, II. Drowning, nad re cording secretary, II, 11, Hhickburn. it was decided to havo a coricspoiidlng secretary, who should ho tho only salaried officer of thu associa tion, Inasmuch as his duties would rcqulro hi in to glvo his whole tlmo and attention to tho work of correspondence. No cholco has yet been mado for tills olllce, as the candidate has not yet presented himself. Preparation for a grand fair will bo pushed forward iu lupidly wi possible. WOBKINGMEH'S WORDS. Enthusiastic Labor Mooting at tho City Hall. The lllght-llour Law Trnooit Hack to Dlvlno Origin Mpoechos liy Sovornl Orators MctJonnlil floos for tho Oflloliils, from tho President Down Strlcturos on Cominls- sinner Joslnti Deut. Tho Elglit'llotir Mnss-Moettnc. Tho eight-hour mass-mooting under tho aus pices of the Worklngmon'a Assembly, at tho City Hall, last evening, was n sucooss in overy particular, tho attondanco being estimated at about 3,000. Prior to tho meeting the dele gates to the Assembly aud worklngmon of all grades formed a procession nml traversed tho route glvcu In yesterday's Republican. Upon arriving at tho westorn portico of tho City Hall, whoro tho meeting was hold, tho procession was greeted with n magulflcont py rotechnic display, and Donch's baud played nppropilato music. Tho portico was hand somely decorated with tbo National colors, hunting, and n largo banner of the Inter national Labor Union. A largo transparency, upon which wos Inscribed tills motto, "Tho Emancipation of tho Worklngmon Must bo Achieved by the Worklngmcii Themselves," occupied a conspicuous position, and n calcium light addod to tho brilliancy of tho scene The meeting was called to order hy Mr. John P. Hamilton, prosidcnt of tho Assombly, who said that the object of tho meeting was to continue tho agitation of shorter hours and higher wages, for by that moans only could n centralization ' of strength bo accomplished, Mr. T. O. Campbell, cx-Stato Senator from Alabama, was then Introduced, and In a speech of an hour's duration showed how labor could be benefited, Ho also claimed that eight hours was a right of tho worklngman, as Con gress had passed a law to that effect, and all that was nocossary was Its proper enforcement hy tlico In authority. At tho conclusion of his remarks tho following preamble aud RESOLUTIONS wcro read and adopted : Whorons It Is our opinion that when Gnrt croatod man It was Ills design that tho twenty-four hours of the day should bej-'ijually divided that is, eight hours for work.elglit hours forrecrcatlon.andolght hours for rest; and Wheresi Medcom it tho duty of every man to carry out Ilia dictates of an all-wise l'roviilenco : inereioro IMrjiwl Tlift vn Mia wnrVlniTin nt Wa.Mm,.. ton, declare that eight hours ahbultf constitute a day's work. Itemlvtil. That we plcdgo ourselves to use every efiort In our power to havo tho eight-hour system adopteil In all trades and callings. l!e)tttil. That wo will use all hnnnrablo means to have this sublcct hrousht before Cnmrrcas. In order that proper laws may bo ouactod looking to muiemi. . Jlriolreil, That we ask the co-oucratlon of all working men and others Interested, In order that this great and good work may bo accomplished at as early adny as possible. Rtmhnl. That a majority of an American Con gress refusing to enforco a law constitutionally passed Is an anomaly In American legislation. jcrioufu, inai inis uncnviauut iiiHtucuon jinn been earned by a malorlty of tho Forty-sixth Con gress, In refusing to votofor tho enforcement of tho eight-hour law. Jtctvtml, That a correct and adequate knowlcdgo of the prlnclnlesof government as understood and proclaimed by Thomas JelTersou and Abraham Lincoln can alonn hereafter secure tho vote of In telllgcnt, patriotic worklngmen. Mr. William lloron, tho noxt speaker, In veighed against tho introduction of labor sav ing machinery, ns It tonded lo Increase tho Hours aud lower the wages ot labor. AFTER THE OFFICIALS. Mr. II. Q, McDonald mado tho last and by nil odds tho best spooch of tho evening. Ho paid his respects to the heads of tho United States and local governments, his lcmarks being received with manifest approval. After showing tho good results of organizing ho pro ceeded to dilute upon tho work of the Assem bly mid its raombers. Ho dotailcd tho ac count of their visits to President Hayes aud llio Laiilnot rolativo to the oulorccment of tho eight-hour law. He said Mr. Hayes, nl though ho voted for tho passage of tho law, had failed to help carry out Its provisions. Secretary Thompson, ivhou ap proached upon tho subject, said ho had luon working on his farm for fifty conts a day of twelvo hours, nnd thought them well paid. Tho Attorney-General, although repeatedly urged to glvo his ideas on tho law. had ovadod a direct answer, and must he counted among tho enemies or labor. Tho Damocrntlu Con gress had proven by their acts that they did not want to give anything to tho worklngmen. Iloiidholdcrs of cither party woro not their friends; and as for tho Orocnbackers thoy wore of no account. It had bcou demonstrated that the solo aim of the latter was plunder, no matter who sent them hero. Tho speaker then gavo an account of his VISIT TO COMMISBIONEU DENT for the purpose of securing tho City Hall for tho muss meeting. Ho was Informed that tho Commissioners had decided to grant no mnio permits for stroet mooting, ns thoy were op posed to them. He could, howover, try Ills luck with tho Federal authorities. Upon ap plying to Marshal Douglas, ho was given tbo use of the City Hall atonco. Thuthruodomino men, otherwise culled Commissioners, were in Imical to tho Interests of tho citizens, as was shown by their work in tho matter of water tax. They had b:cu given n llenl in n gas meter sch onui, and would probably suggost a water meter, ns thoy appeared anxious to dolo out water by the pint. The address wus frequently Interrupted by prolonged applause, and at tho close there woro loud cries of "McDonald fornver I " Ac. His speech wound up the meeting, which dispersed in good humor. IUoy Cohen, -mil n body-guard of thrco stalwart trumps woio discovered, alter the meeting, standing in tho middle of tho street, discussing the meeting, evidently not at all ploused with the admirable manner In which it was conducted. J'l.Y O.Y 17 Jf l'OTOMAC. An Kxcltlug Yneht-Itnce uud Other Sports Yesterday. For some time past a feeling of rivalry has existed botween tho owners of sevoral yachts lu this city, uud n match was arranged to tako placo yesterday to sottlo ult disputes. At ten o'clock yesterday morning there was n largo crowd nssombled at itayuor's boat-houso, foot of Mntli street, from which point it was an nounced tho stilt would ba mado. The pre liminaries woro quicklysottlod.ltbcingiigrced that tho nice should be for a purso of $-15, tho first boat In to tako all the money and thecourso to bo to Fort Foato, eight miles dowu the river, and return. Tho following boats entered : Sea Foam, Captain Chirvoo; Hood Enough, Ciptaln llaynorj Harry, Captain Hull; Hawkers, Cap tain Thomas, and llarkawny, Captain Vaux, The Harry, while Billing Into position, was run Into by a longboat aud capsized, Her crow all went overboard, but received no Inju ries, although thoy wero compelled to with draw their bout, leaving four starters. The signal to go was given by Captain Tusk er, and thowbitc-wlugcd craft woro soon under way, ull getting oil' together. In a few min utes the Ooodciiough secured a slight lead, followed hy the Harkuwny and Sea Foam, Hawkers being in tho roar. Nearlug Uius boro' the Sea Fuum, which was admirably handled tliiougliout tho lace, showed a clean pair of liuuls to her competitors and held her arlvaiitagii uulll Hearing the sluko boatnt Fort Footo, Tliutloodcnougliniid JIarkaway canio up ou oven terms and turned the buoy ono niliiiitu In udviiiico of tho l'oim, Tholr ad vantage was only temporary, however, for tho Foam caught and passed them n mile below Aluxuiidi iu, uud had the mco lu her own hands. Sho eYoiitually came In tlxtoou minutes ahead of tho Cloodcuough, Hurkuw.iy bolng third, mid Iluwkers, who had been leading a storu chnso ull tho way, hopelessly lu thu rear, Iter tlmo not being taken Tho time consumed by tho winning bout iu going over thu course was a trllli) over four hours, tho run dowu bu lug mado In a dead calm. Among otlior sports promised thoso In at tendance was a skllT and tub race, to tako place Immediately aftor tho yachts returned, i'ho former did not coma oil', owing to tho small minium' of entries, but ubotit half-past six lu tho evening sovcu tub scullers iiu- nouooctl themselves u rcsvly to "go" for n pur of $7. The, entries were W. Dowoll, T. Mason, J. F. Griffin, C. Roberts, V. Pumphrcy, H. Barron, and J, Williams. Tho tubs wero placed In position, and the contestants posted rolativo to tho work before them, which con sisted In getting to tho "flats," about 100 yards from theboat-hoiiso, and return, with out upsetting. Their bauds wcro to bo tho propo'.lors, no oni-s bolng allowed. At the start six of tho paddlers, not knowing how to enter tho tubs ,npsct, ond tlicro wcro lively times and lots of fun. W. Dowcll managed to keep his tub right sldo up, nnd covered tho ills tauco In abobt ten minutes, winning the purso nnd honors. Tho sport was grcntiy enjoyed by tho crowd, and at tho closo of tho races savcral kcirs of beer woro tanned, to which full Justice was dono by tho participants aud tbclr menus, A 8BSSAT10.V KXl'LOlil'D. How General Mlchtcr's Tax was l'lild -Clark . Heal! nml tho ltrokors. Tho charges mado by tho ;ol against Mr. Gcorgo W. Ileall, clerk in charge of special as sessments, turn out, llko many others emanat ing from the satno source, to be unsustalncd by facts, and, In most particulars, wholly false. General N. Mlchlcr, U. & A., wont to tho ofllco to pay his special Improvomoiit tax, amount ing to $405.9-J. If paid in special Improvement bonds, ho would bo entitled to n discount of 10 per ecut. Mr. Peter Campbell, llko somo other brokers, havo dcposltod with tho clerk of spe cial assessments n quantity of these bonds, on which tho clerk could draw for any amount required by depositing In their stead tho face valtin of them In cash. In tills enso the bonds wcro drawn from thoaccount'of Mr. Campbell and tho money placed to his credit. Tho dis count on General Mlchlcr's assessment ($1(1.5!)) was pnld to that gentleman mid tlio balance (1410.3.')) settled tho claim of tho District against his property. The placing of theso bouds by brokers In the hands of the clerk was for a double purpose : First, that thoy might bo promptly supplied on demand, and, second, that taxpayers could procuro them nnd avail themselves of the iu per cent, discount benefit in paying tho special improvement tnx. Tho matter was duly oxamlucd luto yester day by tho Commissioners, nnd tho following report ndopted : Tho Commissioners have examined the ehorzes rtubllsllod in thn iimt ftfpahist Mr. (,f.nr-o V. Ileall. the dork In chnrua of sneclal assessments. In the matter of tho assessment of Oeneral Mlchlcr. They Ilnd that the whole ben ell t or the transaction ac crued to the property-owner, but that tho method ol doing business Is an Improper one, as It ap parently connects tho olllce with private brokers. They thercforo direct that hereafter no bonds shall bo rocctved on deposit, aud that owners paying as sessments In such bonds must purchaso clsowlicre in market or employ a broker. A Tournament nt (inlo'a Woods. Tho National Tournament Club held a pic nic and tournament at Gale's Woods yostcr day aftornoDii, which attracted qulto n largo nudlcnco. Tho inombcrs of tho olub assembled in full uniform navy bluo pants, white shirts, trimmod with blue, and bluo caps at their hall, cornor of Klevonth and K strools, and, forming Into line, marched over the following routo, nccompanlcd by tho Butler Zouaves, under tho command of Captain Graham : Up Eleventh to h, to Tenth, to Q, to Fifteenth, to M, to So ventccuth, to Pennsylvania avenue, through tho President's grounds, out ngnin on Pennsylvania nvonue, to Twelfth, to O, to Third, to Now York avcntio, to tho park. Arriving at the park tho kulghtt put them- solves In readiness for tho tilt. The riders wero James Lomsx. Knight of tho West Henry Edmundaon, Knight of tho Sliver Star; Andrew Johnson, Knight or South Uurolluu; William II. West, Knight of Maryland ; Isaiah Drooks, Knight of tho I!ed Cross ; John Moore, Knight of Washington, aud Charles Newman, Klilghtorriiiladolphia. Tho tournoy was well contested nnd finally resulted favorably for William II. West, who succecdod in capturing tho championship belt nnd tho first prize a silver wntor pitcher; Henry Edmundsnu,who took tho second prizo, a silver fruit basket, and Andrew Johnson, who secured tho thlid prize, a sliver goblot and a silver napkin ring. Miss Cordelia jlall was se lected as Queen and crowned by William II, West, tho succossliil knight, John W. Free man delivered the address to tho knights. The Judges woro John C. Freeman, Peter Carter, and Philip Austin. OVR CLEAMXn-OUT SAI,K-fl COATS. EISEMAN 1IU03. ALPACA Tliorim's Summer Golden. Tho following is the programmo of muslo for this OYoniug: FIRST TAUT. 1. "Jura" march Cartlu 2, Overture "Poet and Poasant" Suppo 2. Song "Let All Obey," solo, Professor Thlcrback SECOND PAKT. I. Soleellon "I'lnaforo" (by requost) Sullivan .1. l'olka "Chanticleer" t. Schneider C. Overture "Grand Duchess" OD'uiibach Timtn PAIlT. 7. "Amaryllis" Louis XIII. S. Selection "Sonnambula" llelllul v. "I. os toil (lu la .Mar, .Miuourka Llbelzkl Solo "I'oloniialse," Irum "Mlgiion."(by spuelaj requost), .suss r.i Ilva Mills rilUIITU I'AUT. "Mnlcii Klauge." "Summer Flow ers ' "Good Night, John" Strauss ....Schneider Wills Solid gold adjusted Klglu Watch, $33, Harris & l.'o.'.s. at Thu iVuter Supply. Tho long dry spoil is having tho effect to materially reduce the water supply in tho up per Potomac, that feeds thu water-works of tho District. Tho wator In tho river Is extremely low uud that In the distributing reservoir II vo feet below tbo ordinary height. Tho falling away greatly reduces tho I'orco mid seriously luterfeieswith supplying tho city, especially upon high ground, Within tho Diamond. The National Club some tlmo slnca promised to play with tho Washliigtons, of this city, and tills ultcrnooii will try and make their woid good. Tho hitter uluo is composed of good ma terial, nnd If thoy do not win thoy will inako a far better showing than did tho H.tlttmore Club hist Tuesday. Play will bo called at half-past four p. m. Down thu ltlver. The Franklin I.eglou will glvo another of their enjoyable excursions to-morrow (Satur day) evculug. Good musiu will ho provided for dancing. Colonel Kigcrs' quartettu will render cholco selections, lioiuciuhor, tho Mary Washington gives the only toiuperunco excur sion ou Siturday evening. The advertise ment gives particulars, Ahuer'a New ihitormlse. Kd. Abucr bus leasud the summer garden at tached to tho old Benton mansion, ou K street, botween Seventh and Kiglith streets, and has fitted It up iu grand style. He Invites overy ono to tho opening, which takes place to-morrow evening, ou which occasion tlicro will ho nu Illumination and plenty of muslo and good cheer. In All of Our Dupurtinenls tho prices havo been inatoihtlly reduced from 10 to -') per cunt. Tho stock lo select from Is uuqueitlim.ihly tho largest lu the city. We Invite inspection of same. A. Saks & Co., .110 and oltj Seventh stieet, Itanium Ilui'atHil nu a show. Wo glvu you a show to buy u shirt, two col lars, mil a pair of alcove-buttons all for fifty cents. On tills show yon cuuiiot burst your pill so. Katzk.NstKIN, .'110 Seventh street. l'uru .lluplu ayrup In stonojugi, ulsu In twenty-gallon kegs j fancy Noiy York and Weiteru Hiitterat bottom prices. So ottomuiijai im idd. Splccr's lluttor Store, collier ot .Minn nun listrceis northwest. fJoon stylo I.uwns, live, six, eight, ten, and twelve touts; ull-wuol Huntings, twenty cents tin; summer Drtas Goo Is at cost ; bargains In black mid eulored Silks, sovonty-llvo emits up ; host Cuisuts for fifty, sovcuty-Uve cents, uud il, Kauiluhi'ri, 7U!I Market Sjuce, A S-nuNCK coln-3llvor watch with chronom eter balance, ad lusted movements, for $10 at 1 It. Harris & Co.'s, 4 Seventh street. Tax on Quinines If wo are Judges, nnd wo think wo generally oxpress tho sentiments of our follow-clttzens when wo say that the quinlno boys, In other words, tho drug clerks, havo taxed their bruins, Instead the great anti-fever remedy, to their full capacity In making tho most extensive preparations for one of their grand excursions to Marshall Hall to-night, on tho beautiful steamer Lady of tho Lal;o. And It promises to bo tho most attractive, eclipsing anything ever undertaken by this popular association. Otllt CI,KA)tlNa-OUT flAI.K HOYS' ALPACA JACKETS. 80 CENTS. EIHEMAN 11K03., COltNEU SEVENTH AND E STItEErH. (Irout Itcdurtloiis, English sorgo suits, $18, less 10 per cent., SIO.'.'O; domostlo scrgo suits, $1(1, less 10 per colli., $14.40; Nun's cloth coats, $0, less 15 per cent., $0.10. All goods from 10. to 23 per cent, less than last mouth's prices. A. Saks & Co., 3111 and 31S Seventh street. Six fine dress shirts to nidcr, S7.C0. Fit guaranteed. Jordan, Dare & Co., 1000 F street. I.lqiiur T.lceiiaes. Applications for liquor licenses from tho fol lowing havo beon approved : Edward Abuor, 703 E street northwest ; Mrs. M. Melutee, 223 D Btrect southwest ; Daniel Tumor (transfer), 53 0 strcot northwest; Thomas King. 123 F street southwest, subject topaymcut of license nnd flue, ns In former application. Fui.l,-JF.WKLM, adjusted, coin sllvor Walt hnm slPin-wlnillng Watches for $15, ut Harris it Co.'s, 133Sovcnth strcot. lllght Time to Operate In Stocks. Ily recent communication with prominent stock operators, we learn that now Is a favorable tlmo to take advantage of tho stock market, by tho new combination method of Messrs. Lawroiico & Co., tho Now York bankers, who have been so remark ably successful heretofore. This system is founded on correct rules of Ilnanco and Is universally ap proved by tho shrewdest operators. Tho orders of thousands of customers aro massod Into one Im mense capital, and operated as a great whole, dividing profits pro rata every month. In this way any customer can Invest from SlOtoslO.ooOsvltli equal proportionate success, and at tho samo tlmo gain all advantages of largest capital uud best skill In manipulating the market. This firm's new circular has " two unerring rules for success" and lull explanations. S.W will make SJSO. or 5 per cent.; S-JOOsvlU return $l,nui), nnd so on, according to tho market. Stocks ami bonds wanted. Deposits received. Apply to Lawrenea & Co., liunkors, 67 Exchange riaco, Now York city. Solid cold Elgin stcm-wlndliin Watch, ad justed, $10, nt Harris & Co.'s, Seventh street. Fortune ure Mudo daily In Wall street by tho now Mutual Capitaliza tion System from Investments otiii lo 8i000. Tho numerous fluctuations In stocks afford splondld points. Anybody, everywhere, can opornto suc cessfully. U. II., of Evansvlllo. Ind.. Invested &'00 In n capitalization that netted him S7.I9J.SS In May. C. I. 1)., of Galveston, Texas, mado M,:ill.lii from SiV). A. W. 11 , of Worcester. .Mass., made S-."J9.7iJ from ii Now circular, "Utiles for Success," with liivnluablo information to all Investors, mailed free. All kinds of stocks and bonds bought and sold hy Adams, Jirown & Co., Hankers aud Brokers, 2d and 28 llroad street, New York. OUrt CLEAIUNn-OUT SALE-OFFICE COATS 25 CENTS. EISEMAN DUOS., COHKElt SEVENTH AND E STIIEETH. 01TX ITEMS, PunrixTby pure, Burnett's Flavoring Extracts. What Intcnso pain Is caused by toothache. How many sleepless nights and weary days aro due to Its raging liilluouce. Yet the true cause of nil Hits tor ment Is decayed teeth, produced by mgloct and in attention. Could only those who have at present Kood, sound teeth fully reallo this fact, how care ill would they bo to keep their teeth lu good con dition. To all such we will give a word of advice. Clean your teeth dally with a good dontl frlco, such as TiicasTO.N's Ivony Pkam, Toorit 1'oWDCU. It will proorvu your teeth through life, remove all tartar or extraneous matter, keep them clean, sound, and white, and toothache, with all Its horrors, will be unknown, Suld by ull druggists, .la., at 23 uud W cents per bottle. How mnnr thousands suffer from blllloiuness. dyspepsia, A.i!.,uuddrsgoii n miserable existence not III enough to remain at homo and call lu medi cal assistance, yet feullnjr sttnlclently unwell to de stroy all the pleasure of life. They suffer dally, and solely for want of some slmplo remedy to purgo and cleanse tho system. Quiux's Int.su Tm is specially adapted tor this purpose. Gentle Iu lis ef fects, yet It carries oil' nil extraneous matter and leaves tho vital organs clear and unobstructed. It purifies the blood uud renovates the entlro frame. It is truly Naturu's remedy, being entirely horbal. Sold by all druggists. Twenty-rive cents per pack age, each making a quart of medicine Wells' Maciiink-Sphuad STnusimtniNO I'las tkus aro superior to all others. Composed of cholco medicinal gums, combined with tho truo lluntundy Pitch, spread on lino soft lambskin, they ntt'ord me chanical support to the affected parts, nnd, acting by absorption, rcllevcsalmost Instantly. Kor patns lu the back or side, caused cither by Indlge-tlou, rheumatism, or etraln, they aro unrivaled. Sold by nil druggists; 2j cents each. Thojipsom's Pomapk OniMG an oleaginous com pound of great merit for dressing and cleansing the hair. Sold by all druggists; 2o aud 60 cents per bottle. Hl'Tl.y.R's IIai.samic MlXTUnu, tho old Infallible lemedy. Sold by druggists; prico,fl per bottle. Walton Compound of I'ciik Cod-Livkr On. AND Limc Tho advantage ol this compound over too piaiu uu is inni me iiauseaung lasio oi me Ull Is entirely removed ami Ihe whohi rendered entire ly Palatable. Thuoll'enslvetustcof the Oil has loin; acted as a great objection tolls uso; but In this form Hie troublo Is ontlrclynbvhitcd. A host of ccitlti eutes might bu given hern to testify to the excel lence and success of "Wilbor'a Otil-Unr Oil and Lime," but the fuct that It is regularly prescribed by the uicdical faculty Is sufficient, lor Kale by A. II. Wilbur, Chcinlsl, Huston, uud by all druggists. zocAt, .ir.scji'iri.vr. Six per cent. Interest paid on deposits. Special rates on time deposits. J. II. Squiku A Co., Hunkers, HID Pennsylvania avenue. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "pUOl'OSALS R)K COWKit. Navy 1avOkkick, WASMINtnON, V. C,, Julc H. 187l. H"h1kI projirwuU (lit Uupllcuto,to bt Imlorsoit "110 Fnmlt lor Copjier," will bo rtc (veil ht Hilt olllco im 11 :i'clock m., on llio ltl. tJuy of AuirintSTO. tofur ntaU nnd deliver ut thoWftdlilnatim JNuv3'Vur(l 150jy ImiiinUorrblliitd AuiHrlcanC'Oiiper. Thh o pper will to required at followiti 7ft,ouo pojniJ boi nuuttty AiuHrfciui cupper, nUnut 31 IucIicm lontf, 4 liirlii-i wldo. mlu'i inciioi unrK, lowe'snnoi icsnumn 1 iu pounds '6.UUJ pound be it (iimlliy Amf rtcun uopper, li Inclioi o n c. ri lnt'liM vrld. mid 'l)i Inched tUlck. lu welich jo ii e I- Inches vrld. mid .uuj liuunui ubh i mniM v about IV) iiotindi. Uiif'ludi oti'ucti kind of copper to uedollvcredon or Imlorn tho :wnb day of OcloWr. WV, hih! the iwuml Jiitlf on or beforo thuftithduy of Knwiiibir. Is7ti,wlih tbf prlvlU'tot' lU'llverlugiho wlicUnt im rnrly uduy iv itiw mu t-fmnii uniuwr mu; iuthivs. Tin wlmlo of tbhiippi-r will txi nubjcct to Ihe test nnd lu-tptoiloii of tlie proper ninciM or tho Waiblnif ion Mavy-Yurdato whom bUldfrauro ruftrrt'd. No roDoHAl will Im L-omlduiitl unlets from uniAiiursiU' lunr or regular dfitlor lu ( oppor. The rlfflu It reserved to rvJert nny or nil offers, should It bo coi)Ukrtd to ih4 Intor.'t of tbt Uovtrn nu'til tuduBU. J. ADAMHhMlTU, VAV-IlisiiKMor U. H Niwft JyH For Hureim of t'onstructlon n-id llifimir. FINANCIAL. S100 INVK.STKIJ K.MINKI) X,:358 molll lu thirteen davs.ona recent turn or t'i mar ket, by thu new system orptotecilvv time options lor operating slocks In Wall street, larger or smaller ills pniiueuis jnvy lirupuinoiinietx us wn vr uiiuur ur Ihe positive lulus lor saieiy hihi uccu-ss,-- on stuicii vihs sysicin is iii.i-i, lleutleu of ell sslioih-slie lo make inoiiey inoru rup Idiv and recurelv titan bvutn melliotl or slock onnra- lions hllherlo known. Vull etplanallun ami much vahiiible thiHiiclbl liitbrniatiou on uppliealloii to Messrs. 1TIIAMAH JilllllCLL A CO.. Ihinkersuiiil Jlrokers. IU Jlioud slieel, Ne York CI I)', jyJTiiTliSutlin , QAVK AND SOUND INVESTMENT, Kecnrltles iiaylnii G per cent, or butler, llest rale allowed lor (lulled (states called bnnds. II. Ii OFVr.KV. J"1 Onlco nt Nallonal Mitropollliui Hunk. $10 ti $1,000! Invrat(d In W&1I Bt, slocks inttkiji IfortutiMevoryuiontli. llooksHiit fria tiXsjlsTLlnliiir Bvervthtnir. Ad dj-eMlIAXTKHACOJS.uikt-ra. lIUVIl-fcl.N..aeoly A'udoii WAY TO ai'lXHILA'n, IN H'JOCKS la lo hocuro prlvlteztis. Theso cost from flu to $S0J, utul utlord oppoituultk'S to hidliMiimlt und lurso upentlun to nfcmvt hundriouie protlK Any number ol fcJmreiof ilock bouuhl nml sold on coniinHslon or curried on 3 er ceut. imirifln. Mlnlim stoeki bought and sold throuuh han rruucKco nnd New York Min im; l.xchnnifeH. Viimphlet, mlly usplulnlng how to prohtubly opcrnte lu NViilUire.-i, ninflcd fret-, l'KCK JSt HAItUIH, Jyl-W.tS-.'m 19 and 21 ltroml Htreet. Nkw Y: kiiiMi i re I, AltltlH ork. rrrrr JOHN K. ItlUiliY Dealer In llrst-closs ,3H BEEF, LAMB, VEAL, MUTTON, &c VOUXKO lllUlt' A HVKVI.lhTY. HlnllsOil, MS, and KM. Centre Market, Ninth slrel wliur. and 3M ami if)', rsorti em Liberty .Market, or ad dress Jlox 71, CPy Post Olllco Marketing delivered file vl charge lo ull parts of tbo city, jeljir HEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CONSOLIDATED FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO., SuocoBsors to tho Babcook Manufacturing Oo. WASHINGTON AGENCY, No. 603 wvA.s:H:ijTa - Proprietors) or the Connelly "Household" llnlliiKiilHhcr. 15at cocli Champion and Connelly "Toi'lnMcN," Connelly Wurehonno B'.nRlnrs, Champion Village Knginc.s, llalic :! and Champion City Kneliies. Connelly Nlnlloiuirr TnultH, Connelly Jtallroad Eunlncn, llnhcock Hook nnd Ladder TrnchH. Ilimc Cnvts anil CnrrtmrcN. I'm- htrol and Mnlvage WagonM, Trumpets, NoV.zleM, rirenicn'H OutfllH, una ovcryiiiing pcrininiiiK riru ssopiiruiieiiiN. Agents for the sale of tho Celebrated "JiAXGOlt" Extension iMtl- dcr and flro Jlicajic. Illustrated Catalogue mid Kstliunto furnlaliod upon nppllontlon. OHAS. HUE. J-AuIsLTIlT, sMcncrnl ilIniniKer Consolidated FIro KxtiiiRiilKher Company. LTTIiyCIBIEIR, - OlsTE DOLLAB WILL BUY lOO FEET OF BOARDS AT WIiIiMIT & IilBBSsY'S, Corner of Sixth Street and Now York Avenue, opposite Now Northern Liborty Market. g-eo. ex HiEisrisriisra-,, CLOTHIER, OILTJEJ PEIOB. O. O. XD. READY-MADE DEPARTMENT. fifliitlenion'a Cheviot Suits, from B7.60. Illun Flunnet Milts, Men's, from St). Hoys' Sulla, from MS. White. Ilrossn, uud llluo I.luon Suits. I)rni D'IKa Sulta. Alpnrm Sucks1 nml Vnats. Attakntms Cittoniidu hull Makluc, Whlto Marseilles nml Muck Vests. Linen Dustm-, AYhllii Jackete. l'erfect tViimaiiltu Slilita, W1.20. "JEL 3SL UNNING'3 1GHTY FKIOH LUMBER I LUMBER ! ! E. . JACKSON & CO., (WM. B. REDGRAVE). THIRTEENTH STREET AND OHIO AVENUE, aijsuj'ACTViinns ot' aEJXiXjiO-VC PIKTEI DlT'XjtCXOLIKrG JOISTS. SCANTLINGS, BOABDS, &c., ai nEAi.uns i.v Alili ttVSIiEjR IOIO eTS? ILIJMjISjEJR. Also Shingles, Ijisthft, lMcketM, nnd 1'oNts. I.osr prices nnd honorable dealing gnnriuitoed to nil customers. JOR THELADES iti:uci:i riticKsi My entlro stock or Goods, comprising a full llneol W1IITK AND COLOKBII LAWX SUITS, IluthhiK Suits nnd Caps for Ladles and Children, Trimmed Ilouncls. 311ttlnery CJoosls, Aa. AT UltKATLY ItJUtWEV JlATJiS. M. WILLIAN, 1107 DCNNSYLVANIA AVENUK, 7 C1TK TREVISK, 1'AltlS. JcM MISS BELLE LUCAS' Drossmaking and Plaiting JlSTAUllSUMKXT, 1)02 Ninth Street XorthueHl. I'LAITINO (Parisian Mode), So I'JIIl YAIID. myjo- Great Reduction In Millinery Goods. Soiling On Jligmdless of Cost. BONNETS,HATS, &C. OLD LADIia1 CAW A SPECIALTY. mis. C. V. .SMITH, SIS Ninth street uortnwesl apre-tr STEAMSHIP LINES. The Now National ii HMomin, i lii-rrwKKN AND 3TEW TLrlslI. The now and elegant irou aldo-whcel Bteuinor "FBANOBS," of 1,100 Ions burJen, will make rouular trips between lids clly and hew York, stopping at Cape Miiy nml AleiHiidrln, Y,, and will leave Now York, Pier II, Norlh Jllver, on TUIWDAY, JULY IS, nt 4 p. m, Leavo Washlntrtou, loot of rseveuth street, HATUltltAV, .JVI.V 10, and New York HATUltDA Y.JULY M. Tare to New Vork, ins round-trip ticket. Bond for lbhty days. 410; sinteroinns, .'. hoelelles mid clubs of tvseiitv-llve and over at spvclat rates. Tickets for rnln ut tlieitenernl heliilit and pnsseiiiier olllce, U13 f'euiiss Ivanla avenue, near the JU-puullean ollleei hiepUetisou's wharf, and at llio boat YielKbt carefully handled uud brought quicker lhau by any other route. UaKKiine called tur and cheekeil at residence. Passengers foniartled to Iiiig Hrnuch, Coney Islanil, Jtostou, Newport, Albany, tsurutoxu, and all other Hues out of New York. JUH. 1. HAVAUl'l, uencrai Jianager, J AH. HUD-ION, Jyicil SlkMVI uud l'nlght Aeuut. To Summer Tourists. ALLAN SJEAMSHIP LINE From IlnHlntorc to IIulIIU.v, AND VICK VKHHA. Tho Al Ilrlllah Iron screw slcainsldns 1I11IKII. NIAN, J.'.M) tons, Ciipl Lieut, Ariheri NOVA tsCO- iiaki a,, in 3.unu tons, Cap! TlAtV, 3,il ton-, Ciipl, Itlclunlsoii, uud UAHPIAN, il. 'irocks, leave iiui.iiinoro every lori- lllbt I Wedli,.N.Iuvsl lor Ihkllftis Novo Kcolla. LuouipussaRe to iiauiux, vaikoim ild llound-trlo Half, sis, itoa-uui. cuoin lo i,iverpoui,s,.i. llnriiiif ihn Hiiioiiier itioiitlis no IrinntTords morero. Usutlou I bun the above xlvlng the tinseler nu oceuu voyimu of Ibruo to lour days on a Tmiis-Alhmtto rhcuimlilp find uBOlourulu the cool cllnuituot Nova Meolla, lr or turlher Inlormnllon upplv lo A, HCUU MACIIKH .t CO., SB. llayalrcoi, llaltluiore, Md.,r D. A. llllO.-lN AN, Bookseller aud Hlulloner, M Ninth street and V-t U street uoithwssl Wasblumou, U U, JolJ-low BU1KFS AND LAW l'ltl.NTINfl. JlKPUllLlfAtV JOh 1100MB. FOURTEENTH ST. NORTHWEST, To:N - , x. a. LTTHVCIBIEIR, 410 SEVENTH STREET. CUSTOM-MADE DEPARTMENT. Imlhi Spot-nil clear anil INmgpn. IU til Niiiiltccn utul IIuidIjou Cloth Attukiiiuin Cotlutuulo, l.ii1ii'n Drnp ti'VAc, liovlols untl Chovliitcmifi 1 1tln AVnrtd .-orRi'rt, Colnm nnd niaek White unit l'nncy DuckM and Marseilles, Cliuk'o CtmlliiKri him Trouseilngs Vine Worsted .Stilt. ngN. Suits to Mi-uim I, fro in Sl.Tf Upwurtl. s IPl HIPvT JNAFORE: $1.00. CLOTHING. 6 Whito Shirts for $5.50 Completed. 6 White Shirts Tor $7.50 Comploted. 6 Pairs Bleached Cotton Drawor3 for $3. Tho Best Mado and Best Fit ting Shirt in tho Market NOAH WALKER & CO., Clothiers and Furnishers, 035 I'mmsylvuittit nvniiuo, htitwoon Sixth uui 'VIA Hnvoiitll atreuta. SFK.IJTO- The Nobby Goods a Washington. GEO. T. KEEM, 414 Ninth Stront, mrhlz-tl 921 PEBHA.JVENUE. 9fl NSW YORK GL0TD1N0 ! PROM JESSUP & CO., 250 BROADWAY. I'nll T.Iih'sj nlMlpncnH, ."'tons iind Tmnliiu CIolliH, IjIiioiin, iinilSBor NimlieiH Tor (stint I cm on ; IVJiito I,Iikii Dnuk NnltN 1'or Iloy: ut very JLow I'i-Icum. JOHN II. CLARK & CO. WM. jOoIMCOXT, Hiiiiiiiljvr. JelO T n I'l'-B CUNT. DISCOUNT FIIOM MAKKGD IU I'lllClJi OF ALL HUMMKK UOo'jS. i:0. V. T1MMN fc CO., ONlil'lllCM C'LOrillNO 1IOP8K, lv!7 a a. Poutlien-t o'rnerH.'veiilh an, 1 1) Uriels. ALDEMEY DAIRY, CM E BTHKlSTNOUTIIVYliST, F. K. WARD marlO-lMp - Propiiotor. ChiM Cooking &tvc.s AT WAHllIXatOX OAH'lAftllT OFt'lOH. my21 -111 uud UA Tenth struct, P03TF.UH, 8THKAMKI18, l'ItOOIlA,MI'.3, AND all kinds or Theatrical Printing, uitlio ItlSl'UJII.lOAN JOli llOtiMS, im K street uorlhwcst.