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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MOKNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1879.
ITntiomtl UpMicMt Jljnlereil nt thn Posl-Oniee at Washington, I). C, ns cctid-t.larsniMUr.l A. M. CI.Al'I, LlllTOlt. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN Is published dully (Sundays excepted) by TteMlciiallltiiililtonPrimiDgaidPDtllsllngCo,, AT No. 1308 i: Struct Northwest. Ti:il3lS I Ono copy otic year ........ One copy one month.,.... , MOO Address NATIONAL HKPU11LICAN Washington, D. O. JHrOnmun.t(aliontor publication thoutd be brief, plainly t rlllai, and mly upon one tide 0 (he paper If'ltcn anunvmourttieuuitl be ncllherread norrctunicil. JlQccletl manvicrO It ulll not be vreterved nor relumed. air. I). DAVIDSON Is tlio Agent Tor the re ceipt of Advertisements mill Siiliscrlptloiis fur till l'lipor, unci nlso for tlio Collection ol Account!. Mr. Y. II. I'Ol'i: In nlso mitliorlzcd to re reive Advertisements. Largest Legitimate Morning Cir culation in the District. WASHINGTON', SEI-miDim 1, 1870. ISauksda-lk's shotgun litis glvou Lam.vk the lockjaw. ONE week from to-tiny will tell tlio tnlo tip in Maine. It Is suggested Hint cx-Dotoctlvc Moonu Bliould lilro a lawyer by tlio year. He is fast becoming tlio greatest litigant in American politics. "When Hie victim is sliot in tlio back tlio man wlio killed him is acquitted of murder by public opinion in Mississippi ou the ground that he did it in self-defense. Tun. most expensive boom now extant Is the Justice Fii:m boom. It cost brother CvilUS several hundred thousand dollars to get it in motion, and it don't niovo very rapidly after all. Tim Xow York World found reasons for suppressing tho scandal regarding tlio IJov. Dr. Thompson, and very stroug reasons for not only publishing but for exaggerating tho Karragansett Tier scandal. Reasons tiro uoinetlmei very queer and yet very conve nient expedients. The Farmers' Alllanco up in New York menus nn alliance, with tho Grcenbackcrs. The allied convention has been held; but it docs not appear that thero has been any r.ulical change in tho number of pecks in a bushels of wheat or the, valuo of thn in tegral cents in ajlollar. But tho theorists liavo had their say, all tho same. "The dollar," cries your Grcenbackcr, "should be possessed of a, uniform pnrchas "ing power." Very good; but tako tho peach market just now ns nn illustration. You can buy a cart-load of peaches for a dollar now, and three months ago a slnglu pencil would liavo cost you tho samo sum. Tho trouble, with tho Grcenbackcrs is, they don't know what they are talking about. The Cleveland Herald says tho Jfew York Himhl "has information from Ad " miral Ammhn which effectually squelches " the Gisant boom." It will not tako long to wait and see whether or not this is so. Tlio nuti-Grautites will, of course, bo happy tintil this proves nn illusion, and then very likely they will not bo so happy. " You can't most always sometimes tell," you know. II :nuy Wacteiison, extreme and bitter Southern man that ho is, writes to his Courier-Journal that 1$KN IlUTLKlt is not a beast nor n spoon-thief. But tho letter is dated Block Island, nud was written nfter Hekky haii spent several weeks in the com pany of Cipher-Ogre Tildun. You see, a man of his poetical temperament is very apt to view things in general by comparison with Ills inimcdlnto surroundings. The Loulsvillo Courier-Journal has n calm way of disposing of political matters without regard to facts or argument. It declares, for example, in a dictatorial way which cannot fall to settlo it, that Keaii KEY is under pay out in California " of the "Central Pacific, which is indorsed nud "backed, as usual, by tho Republican party "in the State." Wo Bay this must soltlo St because tho cliargo is lntttlo by tho Courier Journal, indorsed nud backed, as usual, by the Texas Pacific Of course anything that ono railroad organ can or may say of nn other that HiufitY Wattkisso.v can or may say of Dennis Kkaiiney, in other words will bo accepted ns truth. THE Richmond (Va.) Whig has under tukcu tho Augean task of reforming Demo cratic journalism In this country. Begin ning at tho bcgiuulug, ns it wore, it starts ofi'by classify ingltH Democratic cotemporary hero in Washington w u" money-ring or " gun." But tho Whig is ou the wrong tack. It should reform ltsownpooplo tho peoplo of the Old Dominion a result which would Instantly bo followed by it change of tactics on tho part of tho organ in question. In this instauco, however, it happens, by somo inexplicable accident, that tho latter has bad Benso enough to follow in tho wako of The National jti'i'Uiii.io.ir in its efforts to persuade tho State of Virginia to pay its honest debts hi nn honest way. The Governor of Georgia has said some thing to tho Govornor of Maine. Tho sub" Blutieo of his remarks was not so hospltnhlo iw that which prompted tho opening of the historical conversation bctwoon tlio Gov ernors of tho two C.irolliins; in fact, it re lated to politics. To sum up, the G. of G,, Christian statesman and Bourbon Pemocrnt, solemnly informs tho G. of SI., Puritan statesman nud Mudsill Domocrat, that thero is no bull-dozing in Georgia. This is a Bolcmu truth, for tho bnll-dozlug period came to nn nbiupt end in that Btnto sovcral years ngo, when tho jiearo ;nombors of tho legislature wcro illegally expelled from that body, and when tho Democratic minority, in tho nnnio of Homo Rule, seized tho reigns of Govern ment by vlitno of organized force. Since tlicu thoro has bcou comparative peaco nud qutet In Georgia, although tho spirit of In dcpcndctitlsm is abroad within its limits mid n Dlxnnizcd condition of affairs may bo dcvolopcd nt nny moment. (Ir.XEitAi. Boynton, of tho Cincinnati Gazette, has nlso discovered the cxlstenco of tho nnti-Slir.UMANburr-mthcrnlu Vnshlng ton, nlluded to in these columns last week. Iu dissecting tlio personnel of this bureau ho exposes tho fact that at least six of Its mem bers have rccclvid cordial though uot grati fying attention from tlio grand juries of this District, of Indiana, of Missouri nud of Nebraska, nnd of tho criminal courts sen crally. It Is n pity ho does not givo tlio names of these interesting co-workers with Tom Kwinci out in Ohio an omission ho may yet be pursuaded to correct ; but ho gives tho following list of crimes In which tho different members of this bureau liavo becu engaged, nnd of which legal proof exists, lpavlng the individual members to select nud appropriate their own : 1. Embezzlement. J. DcfmuJluK tlio United State. 3. llntiufuctuiltigaticl swoarhig to falso affi davits. I. Swearing to falso accounts. 5. Conspiracy to convict an Innocent man of murder. 0. Conspiracy to fix a falso cliargo of black mail upon n lcputablo man. Three, members of tlio bureau on gaged iu tills. 7. Misuse of Government funds. 8. Swindling n furolitn firm, D. Swindling two widows.' 10. Attempting to blackmail. II. Forgery. Tin: Giini'NUACiCKi's and monhy. Tho Now York State Greenback Conven tion has been held, nnd not altogether In the strict spirit of harmony nud peace, nud wo infer without beneficial results. It commenced its performances in tho line of consistency by electing n National banker, ns is alleged, chairman to preside over its deliberations, nnd then declared against tho National banks. It settled, to Its own ap parent satisfaction, tlio problem of tho amount of circulating medium which tho country needs, uud declared in favor of 50 per capita. Lot us look nt this ono point n moment. Tho population of tho United States is not 1c than -10,000,000, nud it may bo 50,000,000. It is piobably -15,000,-000. Taking this as the basis, tho Green backers call for an inllatiou of our paper currency from 5090,000,000 to $a,2o0,000, 000 ; or.taklng our population nt -10,000,000, to $2,000,000,000 a sum far iu ex cess of any legitimate business neces sity ever yet developed. If ;thc Government should yield to this wild de mand and print nud place iu tho vnults of tho Treasury $2,000,000,000 of greenbacks, they would remain there iu idleness until equivalents, wcrooffered for them, for money when manufactured is not issued until nu acceptable, equivalent is fouud to tako its place. Moucy is not made to bo given nway. It is to bo exchanged for property, labor or credit, and until it is called forth by an exchange it remains, as hundreds of millions of money now remain, in idleness, for tho reason that tho peoplo liavo nothing nvnilablo to exchange for it. Whon by in dustry nud thrift tlio Amciican peoplo liavo created tho proper equivalents to ex chaugo for tho capital that now lies dormant in tlio -vaults of tho Trensiiiy, tho banks and In tho coffers of indi viduals, nnd it Is callod forth to use fulness, this will bo tho most prosperous people on tho earth. If tho peoplo have not money it is for tho reason that they have nothing to exchange for it, and that should admonish them that, as thoy cannot honestly obtain It in nny other way, thoy must tlc voto their mental and physical forces to thn work of increasing tlio products nnd mater ials with which to secuio n share of tho money which already exists in idloueas. It is nonsense to manufacture more money un til what wo havo has been called from its hiding-places uud has been nearly or quite nbsorbed In business pursuits. Then tho volume should be increased, and not until then. ' Tin: o.m:ida communists. Tills qunsi-rellglous and social organiza tion, which has existed at Oneida, New Yoik, for n considerable length of time, had, by its peculiar characteristic, become ob noxious to the Christian sentiment of that region to an extent that excited attention and somo action ou the part of tlio Christian ministry. They have been regarded as oven woise than tho Mormons, for thoy never pretended to confluo the bounds of promis cuous marriage within n religious form ality, but permitted it under nccrtain form which was supposed to bo in tho interest of slirplcultuie that is to say, n selection of tho bexes which would pro duce offspring inontally and physically sound. Public sentiment crowded this sys tem so closely that thoy felt impelled to concede tho objectionable features of their institution, nnd liavo sur prised their surrounding uolghbors by consenting to abandon what they call complex marriage and various other of tlio offenslvo features of their system. Tho propositions submitted to their assembly by John Hwmphkey Xoyj'.?, tho founderof tho community, woro that complex mar riage should be renounced, not ns to prin ciple, but in deference to public sentiment; that thoy should place themselves ou Paui.'h platform, which, while nllowiug marriage ns n concession to human weak ness, prefers celibacy as the holler nnd more perfect state ; hut that thoy should continue to hold the communistic princlplo ns to property nud business. Tho assem bly adopted Father Noves' recommenda tions, nud hereafter tho society will consist of two classes of members celibates nud married persons, tho latter living togotlior ns husband uud wlfo undor tho laws of ninr rlage ns generally understood, Tho younger Noyes, who is regarded ns a man of considerable brilliance nud forco, led this leform. Being happily married, ho de clined to tlio conform to tho practices of tho community, nud has pressed the matter homo upon its members with bettor success than was to have been oxpected. We np prchend that tho abrogation of this fenturo of tho organisation will bring disintegra tion to its ranks, and that from this timo it will bo on tho decade, until It finally dis solves nnd disappears. A Chance fur Southern Clergymen. To the Editor of the National Ilenuhlkant But: You call attontlou to tho fact that Senator Lamar and his follow-Democruts liavo notyot dououncod tho cowardly political mur der of Dlxou In tho Interest of the Douiocratlo "patty. After tlio shooting of Kallocli tho crlmo was generally denounced by tlio clergy 111011 of S.111 Francisco. But it has novor been announced that any of tlio many and notor ious political murders of Mississippi have bcon denounced In that Stale. Wliylslt? Aro tlio clcixymeii of tlio South Iu sympathy with tho muitlercrs? or nio they afraid of losing tliolr popularity if thoy denounco tlio muntcrora? Why should tho professed rollglous and moral teachers of tlio South pormlt such foul nnd cowardly crimes to go uurobuked. Wo inlu-lit not expect it fiom politicians who hold their places by cowardly murders, but 111011 who jnofeM to liavo 110 worldly ambition ought tn iftLo their voices ngalnst crimes us cruel nnd hoaitlcJS ns thoy aro cowardly ami mean. 11:111 .i.v.v rinisAitiv.s. rcrllnout ICilrncts from tlio Chronology of thu lteholllon, 1HII1. SeitemdkhI SklrmlslicsntBenuott's Mills Missouri, and B00110 Court House, Virginia; casualties slight. Surveyor Andrews at Now York seized $2,000,000 worth of property bo longing to rcbols. A prominent robot otllcor killed at Miinson's Hill, supposed at tlio time to bo President Davis. 1803. Si:tTEMnr.rt 1. llattlo of Chantllly. Tho battle lasted nearly nu hour, and tho robe's were dilvcn back at all points. Miijor-Gou-oral Kearney and llrlg-ulicr-floiioral Stovons were killed In this action. This was tho last of tho battles fought by tho Army of Virginia ou their retreat. Tho losses ou both shies wcro hoavy; that of the Unionist was sot down at 1,000 killed, 0,000 wounded and 2,000 prisoners; Confederalo loss not known defin itely, The army fell back toward Washing" ton, A small forco of Union troops defeated u largo forco of lebols at Urlltou's Laua, near Denmark, Teiin,, after n fight of four hours, tho rebels leaving 1"." (lend oil tlio Held. Union loss & killed and 51 wounded. Tho re ports of tho second battlo of Bull Bun created great excitement through tlio North, Pails, Ky evacuated by tho Federals, who fell back on Cynthlaiia. Louisville, Ky., thrown Into groat excitement in consequence of tho ap proach of tho rcbols under Klrby Smith. I.oxlugton, Ky.,was occupied by Klrby Smith. The Federal Ibices on their way from Hunts- villo to Nashville wcro nttuckod nt Stevenson, Ala., by the rebels, who wcro repulsed with so vcro loss. Spirit ration In tho navy stoppoil. Tlio notorious guerrilla Polniloxtcr caught uo.ir Hudson, Mo. 180.'!. Sni'TEMnnn 1 A datnclunent of Goneral Blutit's nrmy under Colonel Cloud took pes- ses-lou of Fort Smith, Ark., defeating n rebel forco of 4,000 men. Colonel Cloud Imd pursued Cooper and Steele's guerrillas'ovor 100 miles to Perryvlllo. ltoports from Clmtlcston represented thd slego as progressing favorably. Colonel Foster's brigade of Iho Twenty-Third army corps entered Knoxvlllo, Tonnossco. 18(11. Sr.PTEMni:n 1 Anderson's gang of 'giienll his attacked n railroad train ou tho North .Missouri load, took fiom it twouty-two uuaimcd soldlois, many ou sick leave, and, after robbing, placed them Iu a row and shot them In cold blood; somo of tho bodies thoy scalped, ond put others across tho Uncle and run tho cngliio over them. A portion of Gen eral Howard's iiuny Inula sovcro fight with tho robols near Jouesboro', ou tho .Macon rail road, and lcpulsed tho enemy. Tho Four teenth corps arrived to-day and attacked tlio oucmy, and drovo them from their works. xj:ir nrjirjvATioxs. ASUMMUItJAUNTTItUOUOHTIIi: OLD WOULD. A record of uu excursion mado to nnd through lairopc by tho Tourjoc Educational party in lbTc. Ily LuniEii L. Holdks. llostou: Leo Si bhepard. Washington: Win. lullautyuo iCo. Tourists in Kuropo aro as plenty as tin-pcd-lcrs In a new country, and diaries of foroigu travel aro as common as bills of faro at a hotel; hut occasionally wo romo across a book of trav els of peculiar interest aud profit to tho stay-at-homes readers who get a knowlcdgo of tho old world without teeing it. In glancing through the 050 pages giving nu account of tho siiuimerjHuut of tho TouijeolMucatiouai parly, wo aro led to tho conclusion that It Is stored with just tho kind of Information that overy ono who has uot hem thero wants to know. Tho paity consisted of nearly thrco bundled Americans, among whom was Mr, Frank Holies, of this city, ami who contributed that portion which relates lo tlio journey from London over to Germany, Belgium, Swit zerland aud Franco, and back to Ihiglnnd. This will Impart to the volunio a local Interest, as Mr. ihllos rates among tho intellectual young men of tho city, aud his contribution will bo rcud aliko with iuteicst nud pleasure. Tho woik is embellished with fino illustrations. YOUNO MAUOAItS. Prom the Preach of Andue TiiEUlilCT, nuthor of "Qlrard's Marrliigj," "Tho Godson of a .Marquis," "Tho Homo nf tlio Two llirbels," etc. Ne.r York: U, Applcton it Co. Washington: It. II, Moliuu. This volume constitutes No. XVII of Applo ton's collection of foiolgn authors, and Is an exceedingly well-told talo of French llfo nnd experiences. Tho characters nro delineated with skill and tho descriptive; traits oxeccd Ingly oxqulsltoand enchanting. Simple, plain and cloqtiout In language, tho leader is borno through tho labyiluths of tho stoiy with pleas urable satisfaction. Tho reputation of tho au thor Is a guurauteo of tho supoiloilty of tho production, and tho reader mocts with no dis appointment from tho beginning to tho ond of tho lianatlvc. THE APOSTOLIC I'ATIIHKS, AN'D THn APOL- odisis or tiii:si:co.n'd cbstuky. itov. (IeokukA. Jacksos. Now York i U. Applcton i. Co. Washington -. It. II. Mohun. This svork forms ono of tho early Christian lltcuituro primers, odlted by Professor Goorgo I'. Fisher, 1). I),, and Is designed to provide intelligent persons, laymen as woll us minister., with the means of acquainting themselves through nccurato tiauslatlons or summaries with the early ecclesiastical writers. Its especial exeelleucti Is In tho correctness of Its translation. It commouccs with Clement of Homo nud closuswltb Athonagoras. WAYSIDi: LEAVES. Ily J. T.F.UI.U. Down. In. scribed to him who, through the lights and shad ows of four happy years, has walked Iho ay with mo. Now York: O. P. Putnam's Sous. Washington ; James J. Chapman. Tho author of this charming llttlo volunio of poetry says It is christened "Wayslilo Leaves" for the reason that, as one Iu busty walk through a forest might gather horo and there a bright leaf fiom tho waysldo muto token of tho wide woods which It Is not his to eutoi so in tho walks of a busy llfo theo gems have boon gathered hero uud there lo glvo higher plane lo human thought aud ac tion. A MAN'S A MAN ""Oil A' THAT. Now York: O, P. Putnam's Sons. Washington, D. C: James J, Chapman. Tho Knickerbocker uovols nro uot without morlt, and this volume fills a nlchothatlssur loundod with peculiar iuteicst. It is made up of twenty-four vory intoiestlug chapters, that group togotlior a grcut variety of iutollcctuul ullmout, which affords a most gratoful spread. Tho work lias good literary mciit, and will alford the loader a most agreeable pastime, whether at homo or Journoyhig on llfo's pil grimage. 1,11'K OF HIS HOYAL IIIGHNUS3, TIIK PltlKCi: CO.NSOHT. Jly TlIEoiionil JUnrtN. With portraits. Now York: I), Apploton & Co, Washington, D, C: It. 11. Mohun, Anything which relates to tho royul family of Great Ilrltatn is of Iutoro3t to tho world, and more especially that which relates to tho period marked by tho history of Queen Victoria aud her progony. That opoeh Is mado all tho moro Interesting from tho fact that tho United Kingdom has uover, In all Us prolonged history, had so puro aud bencflcont a iclgn as lhigland's host queen has brought to Its page. It is undeniably true that tho Filuoo Consort brought to the nilmlulsti'allou of pub lis uflalrs during his llfotlmo much that was bonoflcentand h!cti-wlll prove a lasting bone fit to tho subjects of tlio realm of ovory class nnd distinction. Tills volume Is fultof Intorcst, it having bcon prepared with peculiar care and fidelity. a counsr. oi ixsTitucno.v in mi"i.n nit- imi. I'reiHucil by command of llrliriullcrUcii oral fl, V. Iiknct, tflilef or OnlnanccTj. H. A., by tJoloncl T. T. H. I,Aini.r.v, Ordnance Department, I'.S.A. Wllh Illustrations. Pldladclplila: J. II. I.lpplncolt A Co. Washington, D. C.i E. M. 'Viiltakcr&Hoii. Tho tltlo of tills llttlo volunio presents Us real chnractor quite us faithfully ns could lo portrayed In columns of criticism from ono not skilled In tho suhjoct to which It relates, in rlflo practlco It contains all tho Information and Instruction necessary for a porfect accom plishment In tho art of rillo practlco. MADELON LEMOINK. A novel Ily Mns. I.WTlt AtUMs, nuthor or "My Laud of Hculah," A.C. Philadelphia: J. II. I.lpplncolt ,t Co. Washing ton. D.C.: liJI. Hhltakcr & Son. This bit of romance is prosoutod in n very graceful stylo of lltoraturo, and affords Inter esting and cutortnlulng mattor for tho fancy as well as tho mind. It Is full of motlt as a pioductlon of tho class to which it relates. Now Periodical. Tho Scptcmbor number of letter's American Monthl" has mado its nppcarauco uud Is a most Interesting and entertaining number, it Is marked with enterprise, Intelligence nud good tasto and Is growing luto wldo popularity. Jt'J.Vt.VU.Y.lJ'. J. C'RAwroun, of Scotland; Is a guest at Iho SI. James. 1. U Davison, of Sprlugllcld, Ky., Is at tho Itlggs House. l)n. J. Ii. Caiieu., of Virginia, Is stopping at tho Itlggs Home. Jin. A. M. Ci.Arr and family lelt for Saratoga last Saturday overling. W. 11. 1IAZKI.TON, nuthor of "Electric Light," Is a guc;t nt tho Itlggs House. Pari. ConMXt., of Chicago, nnd S. W. Conovcr and wlfo, I'lorlila, aro guests at WlllnrJ's. D11. P. II. JlATiutsox, of St. Lauls, and Hamilton II. Ilogiic.of Chicago, aro booked at the Arlington. Lir.rrENANT V. 11. HmiKiMVN- and William K. lllrklielucr, U,S. A., aro quartered nt tho Kbbltt ilouso. Mn. J. O. JUniNN.cldefclork of Iho Health onlec, has returned from a two-ncokV sojourn til the Shenandoah Valley, H. W. Vesaiim: and wife, of Vlrclnla: It. U. Ilhiko nnd A. L. Key, U. S. N and A. II. Ilcall, lljston, aro among tho guests nt tlio Kbbltt Hoove. CoMm:'. J. i:. ToUKTKI.Minii uud (icncrnl II. (1. Wright, U. S.A., ho liavo been traveling with (Joncrai Sherman, returned to tho city yesterday and look rooms at the IVjbllt House. Cidfi-Mhmmi'MI'S V. H. Smith. C. A. Klne.C. H. Matliows.CI. It. I'reneli.A. T.Woods, A. W. Stall, W. H. Sample, II. Jl. ritilcy, I,. Duiieiuuud O. L. Dlllmau are registered nt tho fat. James. AMUSV.UK.WIX. CnuoH United Jlouster Shows. Tho great Coup show Is on tho road to Washing. ton aud will arrive on tho IStli Instant, remaining two days. Tho tents will bo spread on Iho commons comer of Ninth and S streets. The bill-boards and shop-windows already show evidences of tho visit of an enterprising advance agent. Tho-o 'Uio ve iled tho shoiv given by Mr. Coup Iu this city las, year know that everything adtcrthed Is really so Since last year tho show has been greatly enlarged many thousand dollars having been spent In to curing additional attractions, and it Is now In truth uhat It Is advertised to bu Iho "boss" thoiv of America. Summer Tlicatio Condone. Another new company will appearat Iho Comlqiio this week. Among tho fresh attractions aro tho Btuart sisters, Mucklu and Ilryant, Wily and Jlagglo Itay, Leo Gordon and ISobcrtSlavcn, A bill which will, it Is mid, eclipse anything evcroUercd heroin n variety lino has boon lircoared. Jako Iludd and John ltoblnsou will appear In a humorous sketch cmiiieu -uiyconno uu." J'OhlTJCAf. NOTi:S. Senator Lamam thinks llnrksdalo was "von- In discreet." Tin: daughters of General N. P. Hanks liavo rcg IstciHlnud will vote at Iho next election. The Greenback partv In Jllnucsota Is leaking out, and In many counties has leaked out altogether. The Philadelphia l'irm says thero aro plenty of Northern Democrats who Mould work to uiuko Jell' Davis President. "Iraltepubllcan Is to bo our next President," says .Mr. Wiittenon, "Geiiciul Grant Is Iho choice of UU WIlOll'OOUlll. Tiik Cincinnati Votktfrcnml advises tho Demo crallo stumpers to let thu " miserable financial qtubtlau" alone. Tin: thing that makes tho alarmed hair of Tom llwlng slick right straight up Is tho coming mon archy In America, IlEsiuticKs Is going to speak four or flvo times In Ohio to help Uttlng. Ho pretends to believe that he can bo elected. Tin: Western Ilcpubllcau prcs Is remarking that Charley Poster Is going through Ohiollko acyclouo through a corn-Held, Up In Maine tho coalition party has hired mou to "tramp" through Iho sialocornplalnlngand growl ing about hard times.. Kx-Uniteo Statu Tiieisuiieii Si-i.nneii thinks that General Grunt will bu tho next Itepubllcuu Presidential candidate. PtixsuiMiY Is very far ahead In Iho canvass for Governor Iu Minnesota, Ho will probably bo re nominated by accl.iiuatlpu. The Domocratlu leaders In Ohio would Ilko to let go ol the "miserable financial question," but they can't, Thoy harotho bear hold. Tin: clergyman who Is ou tho Prohibition ticket ascaudldato for Governor or Iowa was paid $300 before ho would accept tho place IIiiickPomei'.ov was among tho old vlllfcrs of Kalloch. This In ltclt gives nn unforttinato man anerclslinou publlu sjmpathy. That Infamous Oongresslonal gerrymander of tho Ohio Democrats needs a rcbuko. Tlio best way to do It Is to elect a Itepubllcuu legislature. The llepubllcuus of Indiana are mentioning tho name of the Hon. Tom llrown.ol tho "burnt dis trict," as tlio next copdld.itu for Govornor. TuEeucrgy with which the Democratic editors nro lighting Slietmau In Ohio shows how much they would fear him as a Presidential candidate. Wahe Hampton says "Thurmau or Ilayard will bo tho nominee of tho Democracy." He thinks that Sherman will bo tho candidate of tho Itcpub licuus. Tin: Mftto of Colorado n III hold nu election on tho ninth day of October for tho miruoEo of choosing a Judge of lha Suproma Court of tho State and a District Attorney lu each Judicial district. A NEIQUUOlt Informs us that his wlfo novcr kniw a quiet nl Jit until tho doctor prescribed Dr, Hull's Uaby Syrup for her llttlo one. JUKI), llITTINGi:n-0n Sunday meriting, August SI, IW, ut II ii'ilock, ultor nsb-rt litmus, lir, Uiiaulkh Jill riNoi'.n, nt his renldeuee, No. Itil Ninth Bln.it northwest, aired 27 years. The friends of Iho family lire requosrod to attend tho fuueiul services ut Ihu Westminster Prrsbrtcrluu Church. Sevemh street BOiithAvst, on Wednesday, Sei.iomher :f. ntso'clock. l'llKNCH-On Sunday, August HI, 1679, at I u. m., In, only daughter of William and thu lata Jauo PrtiKh, Serv h os on Mouilny. September 1. at 4 1, m.. ut lata resMor.m. 1717 Sixth Hreet northwot. interment ut uuJOi)m.i. HKNltV JjfSK'rJ (SONS, XJ1T 3D 33 3T3S; 33 35VLS. 832 1'1'..SN8YI,YANIA AVKNOK N. W. 1-rnnpli Oiilcos " l'enlnylvnnla aronuo S. R. I.rancii unices, Jt Aitryluud av. is. W. lucht JOHN R. WRIGHT, TJ3iT3D333,3?-cV3S:333, v.'i.ir rj:xrjisTJiJj:T if. n llesldeuce on the premUes. Jyio-Btn JAB. 1". UAltVKY. ' T1IOS. IL MA11TIN. HTns. W. Bffnrvcy s& Co., UNDERTAKERS, No. 730 Seventh street liolthwcst. Itcsldsnco on tlm iirrmlws. lelt) Cm W. R. SPE ARE, TJ 3T 3D 33 35. T JSZ 33 3R, 940 F Stroot Morthwost. Kverylhlns strictly Drat olass nud on tit luoatrousoimblvtotuis. fI0 F Oil INFOItMATIOV CONCKltNINQ I.OUI8L ANA HTATK lAil'lUHX AND COMMONWEALTH "F KY. DISTItlUUTION CO.. AfPl.V TO J". 'W. 03.332:, aulO tin 17)3 M:w YOltK aVUNUU NIJ1V AnVIMlTIMIMIKNTN. THE BOSS SHOW COMING. THE W. C. COUP NEW UNITED MONSTER SHOWS 1 WILL IIXIIIIUT conyr.it xmrn ,i.v s sTni:i:rx, FRIDAY anil SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 and 13, 1879, Comblulnie under lolo-wal eight tentro polo pavilions the separate and distinct Icnturoi of Elovoa Groat Exhibitions. Without parallel In tho history or nniuscmonts. Tim wondkhTul thoupi: op 8100,0 0 0 11 IK) NO IK) IIOKSKS. TJIH ONLY VJUTK Wit W. i:vcr Kihlbltcd In His Interior. THKQIANT DP.VIL VISSU. TIM ONLY JAl'ANIHlJOIItCUSuvcr In Amer ica, nnd requiring n ioelal lloynl Ijiict from Iho Jllkado-tocuatilo them lo leave tho Jiqmucfo L'm- ""tUT. ONLY TllDUPK OP PP.ltFOHMINO JIUONCIIO HOIISIW In the world, nml u standing clmlloiiKa of f 1UUD u olli-ri-d ror.ilielr e inals, 1IIK ONLY (lltKAT T'lOlll'i: OP tOJIICAL PniiroiiJIlNG DO(W Hint (an cxicnto so great a vnrlciy orwnnderlul nn 1 dlvorling tricks. TIIK ONLY JAJ1U4 JlllI.VILLl.'d GltllAT AU.tl'Jt.VLlAN ClltCUrt, comprising it Uoublo Iroupo orilm most tlisiiuguisiit;(i nrnsif in me proicsHion. THKONLY LIVING IIIPPOI-OTAMUS with nny trivoiiiigotlilbdlon luthe UmtiU States. Alludvei tlseiiifius from the other shows nminunchig the ex hibition of this exceedingly raru animal uro fraudu "ii'CK ONLY LKAllNP.D SK.V LION. Irnlneil lo lierlormnnmiibL-rofseiisitloiuil tricks by bis keeper, who entf rs his Tank with hint. 'llli: ONLY AtjUAlllUM of Oeeim nnd rush. Water Pish, Jlar.no Mou sttrs do, that ever traveled tin ourh tho (o j n try. others hnviiiiendacloii-ly an iiouiico 1 this feature, but It has positively never been oven nticmiitol by unynthtr ttiuna;tr th.in imclf. TIUIDNIA PONY flltt'US ever organlriil, nml composed or Ihu most numerous aud best triu.iu of lYrlorllllug Ponhs 111 Hie wurhl. TIIK ONLY JAPANJMi: Altr OALLKIIY ever oxhlbllod, covering surfaces of over nxespinro fci-t, nnd uiagntnoemly and fillhlully llliisirailng tho HCeneryof midlife In lliolhnplro of Jupuu Ihlsex hlbltlun nloiiocoHt moru money limn nny circus and mcimfc-erlG comliliieJ. UNHlUi: MIltKirr PAOllANT-Fdgar Jlenlcr's Slls-cr Cornet lla'.di !0. oi Itojol Tudy-ho Omcli, with four-lii-hiind undvsr)IInr..es4; thomiignlfUunt Cd,'JO Imiunul Coach of Napoleon III., ouci Ihenc lud p.-operiy of tin? Into Preiicti Ihnpcror, druu by tuur inaiiltlcciit horsL-ffrjiiitholmtiertalHtabUs: the tluo.toi heaullful llronchos, led nlngly by llvt-rli.il grooms; live uw uiuium-iiiiicviiiiiarioiH inc iio)ai japaneftuTioupo. Iu n Oanoplid Coloi-nl Japanese ipanesu dnmluK n Jlurines.' l-unknli; Iho Trouiw or I,w Comely Pontes Kleplmnis, Camoln, Dens, Vans. L drs and dees. 1 will tur.cll fPi,on If my llriunl Now rsiiows tlo not contain ntmoluto y mure, frudi, rare and nUrtllng uovellles tiiuu uiiuiiieni in America cum blimd. two ji liticiAiisni a UAii.v, unuer now aud IwHiiiliut douili-tofi Parlor tents, nit moon nil, livening at 7. Ailmmdon, lOcsnls: Children under nine, 25 cents. TICKKTO roil SALK ou thn dais of oxhlhltlOD only, nt John P, Kills A Co.'s .Music tsioro. No 1M7 l'eiinsylvaiila nveniic. Mept l-J-tilMfrn CrOTIIIiVG. The Nobby Goods of Washington. 4(4 Ninth Stroot. nuie-lf IW l'ei CLOTIlli HOB, 921 PENNL AVENUE. E X T R A O R D I N A R Y . We offer our Ihitlro stock or MEN'S, BOYS' and YOUTHS' O 31- 0 T? DE3C 1 1ST &r AT WHOLliSAI.i: IMlICEa, THIS TO CONTINUU TO SUITUltDKIl 10, UUODt) ALT, MAH1CKI IX VLAIX MO VltliS. Your averuso Discount will bo about IS per cent. WM. DqMOTT, Manaflor. 6 Whito Shirts for $5.50 Conipletod. 6 Whito Shirts for $7.50 Complotoil. 6 Pairs Bleached Cotton Drawers for $3. Tho Bost Mado and Best Pit ting Shirt in tho Markot. NOAH WALKER & CO., Clotlilera and Furnishers, OZS runnsjlvuiila nvunuo, between Sixth nud ylb Hovstntli wlrunts. 1 fi I'KU CUNT. DISCOUNT FItOM HAIIKEI) XU l'ltlClM OF ALL HUMMKU OOODS. fluo. p. viaiais co., ONBrniCK CLOTIIINO IIOU8B, ft Southeast oorncrHeventh aiul D streets. lyn Jmmmmaimmmmmmm&mommmm fill .v H FALL STYLES 'I,OTHIN AN1 l'linNIMIIIX4 ('OOIIN. AUTUMN 0PENINC---M0NDAY, Slil'TlBER 1 READY-MADE CLOTHING Gentlomon's Suits, - - - $10, $12 50, $15 and $16. Boys' Suits ....,-.- $6 and $8. Goutlomon's Tall Ovorcoats, - - - $10, $12 aud $13. Gontlomon's Pantaloons lor ... - $5 and $0. Gontlomon's Coats and Vosts from .... $12 70. CUSTOMER DEPARTMENT Suitings In Laryo Variety. Suits I1AILY AUDITIONS IN KAClt Dni'AUTMIlNT. ONI', PIIICl'. ONLY. NO DKVIATION VltOJI rillCIH ASICKU. THU ONLY ONIrillCK CLOTHING IIOUSI3 IN Till: DlSTIUCT. No 1IOU8H CAN Oil WILL SHOW IiKTTKIl VALUIS IX) n I'llICKH NAMIU1. geo. o. HiEisrTiisra-, 410 SJ33Xr3E!lSr,3,EC S-TDELDESDESO?. a3iuni:.mi:nts. InOllD'3 Ol'UIlA IIOUS11. NKW AJinmCAN Ol'r.ItA. ONK WIXK-MONIIAY, HKFTKMIIIIR 1. A OKNUINK TItlUMI'II IN AN AMKIUCAM Ol'KILV. AiiKWnKAm.r. amu I'NKXAMrr.v.u rACT. ELECTItltl LK11IT I ULKCTlttO LIQIITI . WITH , CAIIOLINK UICIIINOS BUItNAltD, 'J ho famous Trlma Iuiinn, AND OIllKlt JlHTlNOUISIIKU AIIT1STJ, In ths Cust. Itccelvcd In Ilaltlmorn last week with great enthusi asm and crowded houses, unanimous vi:ni)ioTbr this daltimoue 1'ltEHS. ,... . r-om Hit A'lin.l " Tlw llrnt nlsht csciirkxl cxpithillmis, not only In tho miinbrri prcsout but In tin ninni)ibnrs of tho rcprcTcntatloii. Tho mnl of 'Iho Klcetrlc Llolit Is brlxbt and sparkling, and It s-as rendered both lu.strumentuUvni.d vocnlty wltiisjilrltnndbrll llnncv, In IngliiK with i-fjunl fplrlt from thenudlenco rei enKsl demands for encoro! , J-'rwn the Amri lean. Thoonera Is full or climuihiir nrl is, duets, qunr tf tics nml (horusi-s, rich lu melollcs that haunt Iho ear. and which will ntouco Unfi Into popularity. At miseral tlnHslhohousii was wrought up loanuchof cnthuslusm of very rare occurrence In llaltlinoro niulltricis. nml tho success or tho opera Is assured. Thes UKc-si-iihurof IhoniH-rawns very rlcli, iiddlnc grenlly lo Iho phnsinit MlVtt." from the OaietlrA "It wasnpronimuo-ilniii'ress, lr iho oiilhuslnsm of thnnulieiicohiobe takdi nnntest. One Is constantly Imiiicssuii with tho lo -llnir, its ho listens lo Iho music ofj'.lcc.rlo Light, that Jtr I'tirsi, th tomposer, hasn spark of tlio divhio Hie, nud Is destined toiuukehls nuik." IVivm the rjermnn (hrrenjinntlrnt, " Tho ow-ra cautHlhs splrn Id motives Hint nro ust-d lo ndviintnci-, nud nro worked up maKiilllCMilly. rlirnslnc, dccliuiiHttou, hnrmonlzhiK uud liislruuieu union mo of tlio blithest onU-r." fVsjn the Kvnlntl ,Yri(.1 " The oporn, with Its lino suua-nottlug nndstromr cast, was n pronounced ftuooe-s mid tho ditnuslasui of th aiidldence was unbounded." I J-'rmn lite J-.'ts nUW Jlullelln, J "Asnwholo, Iho representation 1 Ht nlht was a decldul sue ess. nnd Iho sprlirluly llttlo opera c r Inlnly ths-rves nvery iiicoiiruKetueiit. not only bo ciuiA'ioriiitilitslo merit, but bcenuso It Isnn nttvntpt of Anierlnui luleiit hi u new idrrclloii. It Is fur superior lu uveiy svny to such svoiks as tho 'Evaintic llnu' extiuvtitraiizn, and, compared with the lrei!ih comloooerus. s cssos thosu two chnriicterlst'c to which, In the main. Is due the extensive p puturlty ui i iiiiuuiu aiiiipnc.iy pnu jiiurni cieuiiiiuess, r.LKCTItIO LIUHTlTviniY KVKNINO. WKUNLSDAY ANDSATUItUAY MATINUIM. s UilMKItTIIEATIlK COMIQUJS. Momtafr&cjttaribcr I, nightly, and Tuctdayand lYlday iaifnrcv. ANOTJu;n wEw company. Attnonrnnco of the Htnnrt HIstcrs, Jluckln nnd Bry nnt, Jtllllo nud Slags 1 It ay, I oo Oordon, Itobert aiu eii S.ml week nt Ijcster Howard uud Uzio Huntur, Conway nnd Fftrroll, ChurlM A. rcer, Mlimlo Far re 1 1, Ac, Jako Jludil and John ltoblimou thin neck In Iho (Jrvut Hkt'toh UlA'ClUtlNK OIL. Thu Great Atterploco. Jtehcursal by tho lull cast of this l'ower fiil tjuimuny. bcI E3D. ABISTEH'S SU30JOEK ilBDEiir, 708 i:, livtweou 7th and Bill Streets. OPEN EVEEY DAY! COXOEJIT J'lt03l 8 TO ja J. jr. Thome's Summer Garden, MATINHU l'ltlDAY, 3 O'CLOCK. oi'iix i:vi:ky KVKNixr;, )y!7 IIXCEPT HUN DAY. SBATON HALL, Col nor Ninth nnd I) Streots Northwest. Billiards, ..... 40 Cents For Hour. TAiu.ia itKriTTnuf IlAlt uestookudi u-Jvei)thliig In llrst-class style ocll If. II. iSCANLON, IToprlftor. National Portrait1 Gallery, 05 Pennsylvania Avenuo, liettvoen Sixth uud Seventh Stiects, Washington, D.U This fcallery contains a collection of American nnd ICuropean celebrities unrivaled un this continent. Portraits or eminent men and women ou exhibition nud lor sale. Old pictures icstorsd und copied to iiuy desired Mo. octltlly Old No.1 ONKXUIIHTION ( N'osrN 10 AND HALE Will 1st. J AT V St. n. No. 180 7th JtlAIlKIUTr.U'N I'llEH ART OALLKIIY AND HTOIIK, No, KS 12 Mtroet Northn est. Choice Oil ralntlnirs, Engravings, Chromns, tc. Also thn larfccsl ntock of l'aperhauirliiKs, Window utiade-i, I'lcturtm, rrumes, 1'leturo Cordis und Tassels, IIIiikh. iialls. Aa, lu the Illstrlct. TXltMS CAHIL, I'lcaso rememher uaniu und number. Je3S-tf II0.1IU NUI'l'MF.S. ALDEMEY DAIBY, CM U BTllEKTNOllTHWKaT, P. K WAHD - - Proprietor. Darl0-tf-4p JOHN n. nr,itv, Dtalvrlu tlrst-ilnss JtEsL BEEF. LAMB. VEAL, MUTTON, &C coitxuu ju:i:f a si'xaiAirr. Blalls 6J8, 029, and 630, Cen'tro Market. Nlntu street svlnir, nml IMI anil jis, Northern I.liierty ilai kot.ur ad dress llux 71, Cliy Tost Ortlco Marks-Unit itollvered loo ol charge to all nwts of llioctty. Jelstf VKLIX UKBFOSSK'B FUUNUU UAKKUI. (ICiUbltahcsl 1MB.) M YKAIIH OF INCKKA1S1NU HUC0K3S. l-'KLIX UKHF088U, Ihowell-knonn and only real French baker In Wash iincton (formerly of Nineteenth street), has peruian eutly loculed nt No, 'J012 Jl strett, batweou Tiveutleth and 'lwcuty-llrst BlriKits. near rcniisylrunla avenue, where ho continues, ns heretofore, to make Kreueh and Auierlcau bread or tho very bent quality, French bread u bpeelnlty, Vienna rolls to order. rs. Jl, Vruuch lltLad Is recommended for persons of delicate .health, especially for llioso sutlcrlng fom dyspeila. Jleware uf Imitations. marai-tf Ci i:niii:it'8 milk food J Foil CUILlJltUN AND INVALIDS. Alsu, HL'ALTJI FOOD CO.'iS rni'J'AItATlONS. N. w.Iiuituma.L, JyS) mi V street. NUJMMIMl Iti:SOItTN. DILLMAN HOUSE, ATLANTIC AVF.NUE ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Next door to tlio post-olhce, ono aquaro IVomdo pot, one squarti fVom wach. Large, airy rooms, first class table, Terms, S In 110 irt iveelc w. IiKNNi;rr stkono, JyJ5-!nj (formerly of Haltlmore), l'roplletor. BOCK KNON HIMtlNOa, VIHOINIA. HKVKN IIOU1W I-ntlM WAHHINOTON, Hound trip tickets, S7.73, Tako the last oar oil tho S:.U a. in. trulii of thu llaltlinoro and Ohio llallroad. '1 ho best Bummer resort tor nunllles. Terms, iJO to fW per month or luur weeks. T ho culilno and every other department under tho solo manugvmont ol .., , . A. B. pnATl', 1'roprlelor, Tor pamphlets and ull Inlorniatloii .apply to A,H. IJlAil oi tSOJi 8, JeSl SOI Ninth street northwest. Briefs and Law Printing A NI'P.CIAIl'Tf it rim nr.i'ViiLioAx ovhob, I. SECOND FLOOR. to Moasuro from $15 Upward. i:.CUKH10N, riVMCN, Ac. ROCKVILLE FAIR. WEDNESDAYJHURSDAY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 4 and 5. Annual Ail Irrsi by IIon.'W.T. Hamilton, on Thurs. day, at II o'clock a. ni. ', ni ii ociock n. ni, amo day, at 4 o'clock p. m., exhibition by the Ms- rsnmo uny, ut 4 o trlctlllcycledub. Oencral Oram's ArablnnRtnlllona will bo on oxht hltlon. LarKoand varied programmo for each day. Hound Trip Tickets, Including Admission to Full-, 75 cunts. Trains lenvn Ibr llockvlllo nt 8:10 and 8-10 n. m. nnd leiiVH Itnckvllle Tor Wnshlntnu nt S.57 ond 7:27 p. in. A hihcIiU train will lcavo for ltockvllloon Thursday niutl rldnynt itl'in. nn el-3t EqualDiv.No.3,S.ofT. IIASJKKT, LUNCH AND TlANriNQ HCNIC, ATOIIIJI-.NWOOD, (IIIqIi street Jtoad, Ueoriretown), WllDNttSDAY, SLITKMllLll , 1S70. Tickets it cenls Lunch prepired by tin Iuidtos of lpial Division, Diiieiiii; betilns at 'I p. m. A Df llahtnn I lino (luaraiiteod to nil. Mavm cuiinicthu with WushliiKton and Groriro town Jl ill road una MilrnjiotUuii Hireit Ituilruiul. will leave lor tho cround every threo minutes from 12 m. to II p. ni. Everybody will enjoy It. sol-3t Ibtar. 00C0QUiJ FALLS. 75 JIILUS I'Oli S5 ClINW. Htenmcr Mnry Washington will lenvo nt d a. m. on WI'.DNIMIIAY, (September ,1, SUNDAY, bopteinber 7. lteturusutStJO I.m. luslc uud dancing, ltound trip. :s cents. nuio 50 MILBSPOB lOO. two nouns at jit. vkiinon BiutiNas, MU-H AND UANCINCI, Steamer Mnry Washington will lens out 0:30 a, m, MONDAY, x-ptcmbcr I, THURSDAY, September 4. rtelurnlngnt -1 p. in. mi30 LAST CHANCE. FIFTH GRAND EXCURSION TO RICHMOND HY thi: Washington & Balto. Excursion Co. STKAMKILIANr. MOaKI.T'.Y will lonve Sixth street wharf TUJiSliAY.BLI'lJiMJliat J. nt &30 p. in., connecting nt l'ortrrns Monrno nost mornhiK with the paiaoo day steamer AHIKI,, arriving at JlUhmoiid simo allerno u. Tickets for Iho Hound Trip, good lo return nny tlmo sslthln Neven d.ii4, enly (3, to clubs of tenor more a ll'ieml dlsoouiit. For Halo nt Hchrllcr . Hteveus' clru storo, Nialounl Jlotel; Hoxv'.ird'a clrtiir store, bevcuth and I streets norths est- DeMoll's dnur store, Navy yard; llnrhlu'K, eori ir Fourth and l'unn sylvaula avenue oast: C'rupley'a drug nture, 110 Jlrldgo street, Georgetown; Inland und ISeaboard t'ompauy, uiuler Nation it Metropolitan Hank. htnteroouisHcciired ut Iho latter placo only. WM. DlCJC-sON, resident, T au'J) It W. A, HHOItT, Secretary, Iflirril AND LAST KXCUKSION AND l'ICNIO . I cm TIIK 81'AKON OF l'OTOMAO FHU1T ClllOWCltS. TO mahsiiall HALL, ON Tl'liI)AY,HEl'Tj:Mlli:il2. Thn LOIU.OHAN villi make iho trips, leaving her wharf at 10 a. in, aud A p. m., reaching city from lust trip at IKU p. m. Tho monthly meeting ollho nvsoclnllon and dis play of Irults nml tlo.surs Wll occur at tho pavilion. 'Iho urual literary exercises J.C, ulll, lie at pavil ion. T he best of hot ten and coffee sv 111 he supplied gratis to those furnishing cu). l'ure, 2i cents; cliildicn under It! years, half prlco. WM. II. CHAMK, nua-3t Chairman Ot.m. HoIforQUANTICO! TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. Steamer Mary Washington wlllloivonto n. m riv tiiriilngatsnt p. tn. Miislanndilaurliig. Jtoundirlii -a cents, llathlng. Crabbing nnd Fishing. uu.7 I DAILY WALKS ON EASY FEET Oxynrnl7&nnd docarbonbo llio ftyntcm, then by pro inutinK health, clionrfulneAs and Iontfuvtly; liunco tlio tliouiw.mli from iur nnil t-tar Hint vlhit DR. WHITE'S Well-known establishment, 1110 Pennsylvania ave nue, oppos'te Wlllurd's Hotel, for relief from Corns, Diseased Nails und other nllments of tho feet, nuM I?j:i5-Sl 1'HIt VI.Il'. Fifty Miles for 25 Cts. Daily Excursions to Glymont and Return. Tho elegant Htenmcr W. W COHCOTt AN will hero alter make DAILY 'I III I'd T O CJ.LYMONT and all Intermediate polntc. leaving Hoventh street wharf at loo. uh and returning about 3.10 p. in. Hound lure, 'JA cents, The regular isaturduy veningexciirslons leave at, returning ut o p, m. nliarp, I'uie.tUceiits. Jytl SXOOKS ANI stationi:hy. SCHOOL BOOKS"; School Bays and Noisoless Slates AT TIIK VKHY LOWKST iMttOKM. School Books and Copv Hooks Covered l'rce, with Patent Covers, If bought ut SHILLINGTON'S 'BOOK STORE, ntl3i corner rour-nna a-lmir sl nnil l'enn. nve. "HJiiiBuuin.! tuu iussuwpuissrwjg INNVUANC'i:. TF YOU WANT 10 BORROW MONEY AT 7 PER CENT. on well-located Ileal JiUatoi II you want RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE, RELIABLE LIFE INSURANCE, Apply to Maurice Langhorne, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 09t Ji antnnr xoitrmmsr. Bend him a postal cnrd.and ho will call at your rest. dtncB without trouble or annoyance to you. I lusuio only hi companies of ockuowledged sunning und worth. Uy insuring ultli mo ou can savo 0 per cent, of yuur 1'lre und lu per oom. of your Llfo liisuruuce, JyT-Om FINANjIAI.. MONI1Y TO LOAN III any sum reiiilrod, on either business or goo I roldenen properly, at ti und 7 percent. J II I.AWYLIt, dealer lu lleul KnliUo. 610 l'ltrouU bomt CAFK AND BOUND 1NVISTM1SNT. Securities paying 0 per cent, or bolter, licet rate allowed for United mates culled bonds, II. Ii Ol'l'LriY, IcJ OITIceut National Metropollliin Hnk. Olil . 01 ilflAInveetcdlii Wall Bt. stocks makes Sill 10 Sl.l IHIrortuiiMcirerymonth. Hook sent piU iu VAlUUUg olpijunig sverythlng. Ad drees HAXTJUt AC0.1lankem.l7Vll-scJ.V.Meoly ACIOOD WAY TO Bl'IXUIATK IN STOCKS 13 lo secure prlvllegea. Tliceo c-ost from SIO to aw, nud nlford oppoitnnltlie lo both small aud large operators to becuru handsome prollw. Any number ol shares of slock bought and ild on commission or curried on 3 per cent, margin. Mining atoeks hough! end sold through Han l'rnnelsco and New York Mlu. lug Kichanges. pamphlet, fully esplalnlng how to profitably ojuralu In Wall slreiit, luallcsl Ii eii. 1 l.CIt iC HAHltllS, jyi-WcUs:m 10 and 21 Hroad street, New York,