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THE NATIONAL BEPUKLICAET, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1879.
i i NKW AOyEnTIHEMWfTN CIDER VINEGAR. CIDER VINEGAR. rati: ctiivn vixx:qah xx stout: JMlf FOll SALE AT LOW l'MCES Jll' SAM'JL. C. VAOCEIK, Depot 57 Groono St,, Goorgotown,DL0. SCHOOL BOOKS, School Bags and Noisoloss Slates AT TUlii VKIIY 1.0 WIST I'MCKH. School nooks nod Copy Hooks Covered Tree, wllh l'ntont Covers, ir bouEht at BHILLINGTON'S BOOK STORE, au3 Comer rouT-nna-a-half st. snd ruin, nee. SPECIALTIES. anxrs' haxd-seweh hoots, lave, nvx vox axjj coxaux:ss oai xxcits, OVM, Kit' AX1 CALV HOOTS, i.jtujis' sun: t.aci: oaiteks. Kin axt ooat hvitox shoes, white kid si.ii'VEits. SVIIOOLSHOES IX tl HlLlTVABTKTr, (1VM HOOTS AXll SHOES, ALL S1XI:S, AT VlllVES LOW Ell T11AX THE LOW- AWT Ei. IIXilTilSMJltf, 402 SEVENTH STREET. Sign The Old Woman in Window. BABY COACHES, TIRCTILTjECS, BASKETS, AllCHEltl', VOLLS, VXiLOCX' lT.HVS, TO IS, .CC. LOWEST PHIOKB AT NATIONAL TOY COttlWXY, JvlCIf -13!) Si-Tenth Street. Gas Cooking Stoves! Washington Gas-Light Office, Pr24 41 1 AXU 41.1 TEXTU STltEET. 3XTQ'X'X03E3 Teachers and Scholars will find it to thoir interest to com jnunicato with us on tho sub ject of And General School Supplies before purchasing. All Public School Books purchased from us are fur nished with covers freo of charge J, D. FREE, Jr., xo.i:i:t ' at., on: ekiiitt no use, AX It roUH rEEXTU AXV I'J:XXA. A '., on: wix,r,Aiti's. coim. Celebrated Milwaukee Layer Beer. l'llcc, SOc l'cr Dozen. HUMP liEST BKEWIN'G COMPANY rcci Ived Oold Medal at Paris Es position, lk"8. BOTTLER OI' ALE. OINOEll ALU. I.AOEll BKEll. SsODA WATKIt. 'IONIC IIHEKI also cidku and vinkoak I.N HAltltElM, if. :mi. HUEAZ, 30 mul 3:4 l'rospect St., Georgetown, I). C. Jrio-ir DRIVER'S RYE CORDIAL, Recommended hy plij .slclisns gen erally as u sure euro Tor Colli, Count's " "II uireelloiiH of Mic Throat nntl Lungs. Is composed of fine old Ilye Wlilslty mill pure Wliil String Hoclc Cuiitly. fcl ier bottle, $t per kiiIIoii. G-OO. 7oy Urivor. apll llcimti IB1 l'emisslsiililit fwelllle. AJUUI'AL 0'J'ASSEXOj:it TJtAIXS. llultlinoro mid I'ntoin 11c Dcnot, corner Sixth and U MOItNINO. Weh'KUm night line C:M AlrxuLilriu. H.. . 0:10 Alexandria 7:40 AlnxnnitrlH. : llaltliuoru ii(xoiu Ml Ncrlh "lirt Wmt :M AK'Xiinurla... ....... u.-l Atexitnilrlii. lO'Z'V Wuah'Kt"H puJfctier 1I.W AlvxmiJrliu U:'.& .StreelH. 1 EVKNINO. ! 31 ill., l'liilti.illlon 1:00 ItlHinioiiildHllim... 1:10 1 AloxiiiiilrlfU....M.H.. l.S Ali'XHnilrlii.. li:?', 1 LtnlllfOoxpru!!.,..,.., i:m I Alexnmlrliu 4:i I W'uHtiliiKtuniltty line 4 Alexandria..... V21 Alexiindrl.i. mo Wa ll'Ktou p..Meligr H:frii Alfxtinilrlu 7:2S Nurlli nntl Vctl..... lc Jtkliinoii.l nlalnlliiu. M Aluxnudilu... 12.U Ilaltlinoro iiihI Ohio Depot, corner Now, Tor- i y.Avciiuo mm v Mri-er. MOKNI.Ml KVKNINfl. (St. LoillH A ('III. ex... 5:00 I-hllli. & JJ. Y. ex . ... 0.M Uilcago x l'liuburi fx : Hullo, tl: nay HliitloDH S30 Vreiterick ue. (Met. lirnncli) BC1 Hullo A Aunnp. ex... b'U &!urtlnfcbuig'Mi1 Ifa cirsloun or. (21 et. Iirmii'li) .. o-.n IIi.iUii.ar. li':i 1 1 tilto. hc . 1:V) Koto, no .... J:30 N.V.,l')illn.it llosex. 4:00 Plixlnioiit, t-tritKbiirK. WuicheKer, Fredk, niucrstown, l'l. or ltocU nud wny stiv tloim R:ru llnltn, ac 0:37 Kilto.ex 7"j0 H.ilt(i.:ivft)-iitntioim 7:1 CIllCHKOtbM. I ouls- Kiu) imilu . 11.30 I tN, .Y.,l"l i'hll.,tllu.i'X. tr.ti) t Arrive ili.ll v. OtticrKMimliivNetrenteri Oh" For the lime of rlvpartutu of tialnsicenilvsr- iixi'inpniH fiffi'ivniTM Nmv Aihorlliieinuiits, Iloomi wanted, roeketbnok lost. I. I'. Herrlck.tCo. I'.T. lljruuin'ii clrcun. Auction sale M. II, Prince. KuHe bull National vs. Voughkeepsle. Tlivriiiiniiotrlu KhimIIiiun, OlTICH CKIKl-SHIHil.-On-HKB V. 8. A Eeplember 10, 1879. 7 a. in 61 b.. m 07 1:31d,ui 69 II p. in 01 12m 71 Maximum 77 2 p. m 70 Minimum SI &3p. in 75 Indications, For tho Middle Atlautlo Stales clear or partly cloudy weuther, wllh possible rain areas In the northern irtIon, oiiUiwut winds, stationary or hlglur Icmimratiire, falling, followed In northern portions by ruing buioineler. New Auction llouaii, Tbo Maible building, corner of Ninth street md Pennsylvania avenue, lately occupied by Mr. Samuel H. I.uut, has beon Icnsod by Mr. M. II. Prince, long aud favorably known to tho people of this city, which ho has opened as a first-class auction and couimUslon homo, Tho many friends Bf Mr. Prliico will wolcomo bis return to the business circle bore and givo him that encouragement to which hi industry md Integrity entitle hlui. He Is icceivhig dully Inrgu luvolcesof goods oftliu latest styles Hid iiiaiiiifacture, aud Invites n call, " Tlio Aimliixtnn nud rntimmo Itegiitlii, There Is now llttlo doubt of a regatta on the Potomuo uoxt mouth botwecu tho two District boat clubs, tho Potomao nnd tho Aimloituus. All the former difficulties between the clubs have been adjusted nud the hatchet deeply burled, A committee of seven from each club lias been uppoluted, and u Joint meeting will bo held to-ulght, ut which it is expected tho final unaugcuiouLl fur tho regatta will bo ruudo, POUGHKEEPSIE'S NINE. Anothor Scalp Hung in tho Wigwam of tho Nationals. An Interesting Game Yesterday Tho Visit on Outfloliloil nntl Outbntteil by tho Homo Club The National l'lnycrs Chnugert About Somo Ills Nines Coming Horo Tho Cloo of the Season, Tho Ilnso-llnll fliinio Yesterday. Tlicro was not much of an nttendanco at tho National grounds yesterday afternoon to wit ness tho gaino between tho I'oughkccpslcs, of New York, and tho Nationals, yet tho exhibi tion by tho visiting club was fur superior to that niailo by tho Chicago nluo In any of tho thrco games played by them. They adminis tered thrco successive whitewashes to tho homo club, nud obtained nil earned run by their batting In tho first Innings. Iu tho fourth In n lugs tho Nationals started off, getting two ruus, being entitled to ono.and from that tlruo out tho tcoro continued to climb, until at tho end of tho gaino they had fourteen runs to their credit. Tho floldlug of tho Nationals was sharp nud tho batting of tho visi tors weak, and tlioy fulled to scoro aftor tho flisl innings until tho sovctith was icached, when, by four errors on tho part of tho Na tionals, they wero presented with their Fccond and final tun. Cllcun and Trotf, of tho Nationals, laid oft", aud Booth and Wolaskl ap peared In tho nlno. ircCIellan returned to short. Slack went to third, llooth to second and KUtck commanded tlio left flold. Deiby pilchrd tho first six Innings and Lynch the remainder of tho game. Halter caught for both of them, and did his work well. Ho alio in ado tho only double hit of tho game, getting a three-baser. Appended is tho scoro : NATIONAL. An. n. in. n.n r.o. a. e. F.IHck, 1. f 5 13 3 10 0 MeClclhui.s. s 5 12 2 0 4 0 llalcer.c 5 3 8 5 9 3 2 Derby, p., m 4 2 2 2 17 0 Muck, 3b B 2 1 1 0 0 2 Illcloskl,. f. 6 2 0 0 2 0 0 Lynch, in., p 6 12-2111 Latham, lb 5 1118 0 0 llooth,2b 0 1116 2 1 Total II II 15 17 27 17 C roraiiKiiKTsiK, Stoddard. 1. f. 4 1112 0 0 Towltt, 3b 4 0 0 0 10 2 Cramer, r. f. 4 0 0 0 10 1 Knowdcll, c 10 2 2 0 0 4 Schcnck, 4 0 112 2 0 Lavln, lb 3 1 0 0 15 0 1 llolan, s. 4 0 1117 2 Keller, 2b 4 0 o o l G l Mcl'arlaud. in 3 0 0 0 10 2 Total 84 2 "5 "5 27 15 13 11V INN'ISdf. 1 a 3 4 r, n 7 8 (t Nationals 0002 2 410 611 roughkccpslcs 1 oooooioo 2 Kurneil runs Nationals. 2: l'oii-hkcou-ilps. 1 Three-boo hit linker. Ilnt-o on called btUls Derby, Lnvin, 2. Fiit baso on errors National", 6; 1'oughkeep ties, 3. Ift on bates Nationals, 1 : l'ouslikccpsic'. S. Struck out Stoddard (2), Towltt, Cramer, llolan (2). Dotiblo play Schcnck to lAVin, Halls called On Derby, 72 ; on I.vnch, S3 ; Sehenek, 87. strikes callcd-OIT Derby, 9; olT Lyncli. 5; on Schcnck, 9. Tlmo ofgnine nno hour and fifty minutes. empire air. , racism?. Theso two clubs play again tills Afternoon, at 4 o'clock ; and wliilo tho vtsitai-s do not ap pear to ho very heavy hitters, still they play n good fielding g.imo. Manager Chapman, of tho Ifolynke nine, telegraphed to a friend In this city that ho refused yesterday to play oil" tho. tlo gamo with the Albanys of tho day before, and that tho iiinplio vlitually stole tho gaino from his club to save n defeat for Albany. That Is the Blylc of mnpiiing to bo expected there. Tho only decent umpire tbey had was Mr. Finch, and ho Hub been lorced to ralgn to esrapo tho odium of tucli a crowd. Clubs playing championship games ill that city need not go there expecting u fair show, for If they do tbey will meet with n disappoint ment, Mr. Chapman seems to forget that tho Albany club's cxistonco depends on their being champions. So If they cannot win they will try to buy it. The Troy club, an other leaguo team, will play lieru 011 tho i.'(Jth and 29th instants, playing In Italtlmoro In the meantime. Word was received from Harry Wright yesterday that ho would bring the Ilostons hero next mouth. Providence and l!utr.iln havo alroady signified their lutcutlnu to come, so 11 number of nno games may bo looked for lit an eaily day. To-morrow tho New lledfords arrive, and three of the championship series are to bo Played with tlicin. If the Nationals should bo foitunato enough to win all tho games they could once moro tap Albany on tho shoulder and call time. Hut It would do 110 good. Albany don't want to play the National.-, any more. They have tried their mclnl nud find It of too stern a stulf for them to tamper with. If they can get lid of playing tho two olf games with the club hole they certalnlv will do it. THE ASPHALT Jf-f.W. They Declare Their Intuutloii to Dlxrcgunl thu "Nulsanco" Notice. A repoiterof Tub National Uiipuiilioan wishing to get information rclalivoto thoac tlon which the owners of tho Asphalt woiks at tho coiner of Klovctith aud II, Fourteenth and Ii and Fifteenth and 11 streets propose to tako regarding tho order from tho Health ofilco toabato tho "nulsauco" m.idou round of the works yest. rday. Tho owners aro unani mous In asserting that their works aro not nuisances, ami arc of tbo opinion that a wrong Impression has gone abroad as to (ho kind of business carrlod on at thoir works, as they uso the refined nsphnltiim only, which gives out a vory iitlnt odor. It is during thu prnccis of refining that the offen sive and unhealthy gassis aie thrown off, aud It is this kind ol work which has becu at tilbutcd to them. Col, Holl'iimu, whoso works urn located at tho corner Eleventh and 11 streets, stated that thoy would bo thiough regular work boforo tho tlmo of grace iuiis out, but will continue to do small jobs. Ho did not think that thoy wcio Included In (ho "nulsjnces," as t'ic.v used tho icfiiicdusphullum, only the stealer poition of which is brought to the wonts iinm me leiuicry in large Honors. They have used some loflnod usphaltum (hut caino an tne way Horn Jriuiduu in barrels. One paity in his neighborhood had already got up a potitloii, which was signed by a number of persons, to havo the "nuisance" abated, but hu got up a petition nnd chculated it In the nclghboihooil, mid It win signed by a number of peisons greatly In excess ol inn siguoisoi die oilier petition, His petition declared that the works were not a "nuisance," and It was not tho wish of tho signers to havo thorn rcmovod, Mr. Mur dnck, of the workscornerof Fourteenth mid II sticots, says Unit bo has u special permit to carry on hU business, which is nut refining osphultum, uud he does not Intend to take any notlco of the ordor lo abate thu "nulsauco. ' Tlio authorities at tho works coiner of Fifteenth aud 1! stieoU state that thoy would be thiough work to-duyj there fore there was no necessity for thorn to take any action in regard lo the matter; but If they hud moio work to do they would dlsregaid tho notlco lo abate tho nuisance, and would carry on their business uud would oppose the older. If necessary they would lake tho matter lulo tho courts, uud would stop only when com pelled to do so hy nil un order from (bo courts. Iu order not lo leave a wrong Impression, ft Is but pioner to state that the firm only discon tinues work on account of not having woik to do, their coutiact being fulfilled. Ho also stated that they had a lease on tho' property for flvo years aud u penult from tho Dlstilct Coinmlsiluucrs to cany on the biislnosti, THE WOIIKIXIIMHS'S CLAIMS, The Labor I.iiaguu Ituises n Cry of I'niiiil uud Tnll; of fo'iirhlng 1'eoplu, Tho lively scones at the Tioasury attendant upcu the payment of tho worklngmeu'u claims wcrocontluuotl yesterduy. JJofure SJ o'clock, howovor. tho navmenta wero itonncd by tho Treasurer on account of tho discovery of a mis- payment, two men having appoarcd bearing tho same name. The money was paid to tho first one, and it was aflorward discovered that he was tho wrong one. A list of all dupllcato names appearing among tho claimants will bo furnished to the Treasurer. Tho Labor Leaguo is not satisfied with tho manner tho claims havo beon audited and Bottled. At tho regular meeting of tho Lngtio at tho hoaduuartors. No. 307 Missouri avenue, Mr. John Pope Hoductt, who presided, stated that owing to tlio uegllgcnco ol .Mr. walker, cicik In tho Comptroilcr's ofUce, various claims of tho most meritorious kind had been disal lowed, aud that ho bclioved that Mr. Walker was In collusion with the contractors to beat honest and substantial claimants, mid that ho (Walker) In many cases had deceived tho Comptroller (Judgo Porter), aud that It was tho duty of tho mou to rlso aud demand an Investigation Into Walker's conduct. Captain A. P. Cun ningham, of Illinois, said that ns n dotcctlve ho knew that they wero organized to beat Mr. Hoductt, nud tho laboring men should rlso in forco and protest ngalnit tho fraudulent pay ment. Otherwise thcio would boa revolution. Tho wholo audienco roio, and many said they wntitcd to bo led to Walker's houso and lynch him. This Mr. llodnett opposed until such tlmo ns It would bo determined beforo the United States Treasurer. The mcetlim ad journed to meet to-morrow night, and to call a goucral ludignatlon meeting. I IxonAiN CAiti'irre, 25c tip; Wool Carpets liOo; Brtisacl Carpets, 75o up. Dargalns In Wankcts. licit Wool Cashmeres Iu tho city for SOc tip. Naudaln, 70'J Market Space Trying to Upset mi Assignment. Messrs. Morrison, Harrlman fcCo,, through their tollcltor, Mr. II. W. Oarnctt, havo en tcicd suit In equity against H, C, Sinister, tho dry-goods met chant, William M. Sinister, jr., and Dauiol Larrabeo, of Haltlinyro. Tho first nio ImpoitoM and tlio latter retail dry-goods dealers. Tho first namod of the defendants at various times purchased goods of tho plaintiff amounting mall to $1,112.5.'). and on tho 10th instant he notified tho compfainauls that ho could not pay his debts, and they charge that ho has been Insolvent for six mouths past. They further say that their goods aro mixod up with others in tho store and cannot bo found under a writ of replovlu. They also complain that on J Friday last Mr. H. O. Shustor made an assignment to Wra. M. Shustor, Jr., and Daniel Linribce with two preferred claimants, ono being nmily Fuller, for $600, aud tho other the payment of a noto for $1,700, Indorsed by Win, M. Sinister. After theso prcfcreuccs aro settled ho proposes to pay nro rati! the Indebtedness to tlio remaining credit era, nud they, In iccclvlng tho inoucy, nro to give a receipt in full for all demands. Tho plaintiffs ask that an Injunction against all of tlio uorenuants that they bo prevented from interfeilng, and that tho assiuumciit bo set aside: also, that n receiver bo annointcd and hold the stock subject to tho further orders of uiocouit. Duty on Hooks by Mull. Superintendent lllacklan, of tho Foreign Mull Sorvico, recently had an Interview with tlio Secretary of tho Treasury with regard to tho paymout of customs duties on books re ceived fiotu foreign countries, tho result of which Is that nu ordor has been hsucd pro viding that after October 1st proximo all books, Ac, received in tho mulls from coun tries connected with tho Postal Union, nnd which may bo subject to customs dutle, will not bo held for tho collection theieof in New York as heretofore, but forwarded to their destination accompanied by bill of customs due. The postmasters will bo authorized by tho Secretary of tho Treasury to collect tho amount duo and forward tho same direct to tho collector of tho respective districts. Dlauk forms and certificates to ha used In such cascH will be furnished by tho Treasury Department. This arrangement has been effected hy author ity of an act nasjod at tho last session of Con- giesi, authorizing tho Secretary of tho Treas ury and Postmaster-General to niako euch regulations as thoy may deem ucccsary lo meet tho cmorgoucy. Nkw stock of Iiogcrs & Ilro.'s and Morlden .Silver-plated wait), at It. Hurils & Co.'s, la.j Sovtntli stiecK A C'hiircc of .Swindling lmlsseil. T, Zell Hoover was arr.ilgucd In tho Police court yesterday, charged with obtaining $1 2.'5 from Frank E. Wliltc, on thoOth of August last, and after hearing tho evidence of the the complainant tho case was dismissed. White testified that Hoover lold him that ho had a sum of money in hank, drawing nu in terest, which he would like to lend ill two and n-liulf per cent, a mouth. Tho witness suld ho would UKoto navowrora mouth, anil Hoover drew n note for that amount aud givo It to him. Wltnos paid him $l.2.. Hoover repre sented that n partnership concern had tho money In tho bank while tho unto was drawn us nu Individual. Tlio alleged falso pretenies was bated on tho fact that (hero was no nionov deposited to Hoover's credit. Tho court said that It tho witness tool; tlio noto and paid the money, under such clicumstancrs it was his own lookout. Oi'JSRA flr.A-si'.s from $2.50 up at Harris & Co., l'J5 Seventh street northwest. Crl mi's Anioui; the IiiiIIuiih. Tho Indlau agent at Tahilip agency, Wash ington Territory, Informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that a murder of ouo Indian by another leccntly occurred at ills agency, IIu attributes thu cause of the crime lo ouuQeorgo Cuulino, who carries on a browing business uud furiilihcs the Indians with llijuor. The murderer In tho case mentioned was Intoxi cated. Cantlno is undcrurrest ut Ilcatlo await ing trial. The murderer gave hlmsolf up. A rather remarkable story Is detailed by the same agent regarding the polEoulu of nu In dian bv a sejiuw who Is living with a white man. It appears that she administered a fatal drug In a glass of wine, which the Indian swallowed, Sr.i: thnso haudsomo i'2 button Roots at Halm's. ladles' goat and kid Important I'oitul Decision A recent decision of thu solicitor of tho PostoDlce Department holds that thu intent of tho law regarding tho distinction between mall mutter of the first and third-class Is to penult paitly printed coinmoiclal papois lu ordinary use among business men to bo re garded us third-class matter lu other words, papors which are constantly passing lu tho commercial community for business purposes, Iho blanks of which, when filled, do lint alter thoir diameter as pipers Iu gcucial use. Whenever there shall bo it dcpirtuie from this rule, it is hold, there must ncocsiarlly bo n de parture from tho third-class rate. Tlio National I'alr. The directors of tho National Fair Associa tion were busy ut their headrmartcis last night fiuhhlug tho premium list, which is neaily ready for the printer. Tho premiums offered amount to nbnut IMO.OOO, Tlio work on tho giouuds l progiiming rapidly, Tho main building is rising fast, uud will soon ho iciidy to bo covcicd iu. Many persons visit tlio grounds dully, uud all aro plcassd with tho slto beleetcil lor ino inir. UlMIOLSTKUING U Specialty ut JullU3 1,31)3- hu tub's, The Fruit tii'nirei'k' I'lilr. Tlio (list annual fair uud nit loan oxhihltluii will bo held at Mmwulo Tomple, beginning ou tho S31 liifct.tul and coiitliiuln four (bye, Arrangements havo been perfected for tho most coinpleto nud ostonslvo display of fruits and floweis over exhibited In tho Dlstilct, Tlio dcpiiilmcnls devotod lo ladles' fuuoy nnd ornamental work, Hue arts, science, relics nud cinlosllles, mcchanlesand luveiitlons, will ouch bo well filled. Tho In ill dcliiitmont will em biaeu nillclus loaned fur tho exhibition and nut entered for pieuilum, aud will bu uu lin portant foaturo of tho fair. A cordial Invita tion for contributions to each department is extended to all, Wrtrks of art, ourlosltlcs nnd other articles Intended for the loan depart ment should be sent to tho superintendent, No. 1125 Elovcnth street northwest, where premium lists, rules and othor Information can bo obtained on application. On oach day of tho fair there will bo literary exercises iu tho afternoon and ovonlng. Foil Lace Curtains go to Julius Liusburgh's. Opening In Style. Ouo of tho coziest retreats In tho city is God frey &, Sullivan's gem rostsurant, on Thir teenth street, n few steps north of Pennsyl vania, avenue. Mysterious movements havo been going on thcro lately, nud tho secret was not lot out until last night. Ovor tho restau rant, on tho second floor, Is a sulto of very lino opaitmeuts. Tho proprietors havo fur nished them elaborately nud richly, Tho front room will ho used as a dining or supper room for privato parties. Tho itppolutiuonts nreof tho moit elegant description. In tho rear of this Is a room to bo used as a reading nud smoking-room. On tho upper floor nro somo slcoplug-apartmouts, which have been furnished iu a stylo to correspond with tlio rooms bolow. Last night tho rooms wero thrown open to tho public for tho first tlmo, nnd In honor of tho occasion tho proprietors spread nn inviting luuch for their friends, which was not unappreciated. Bunv's Pipsissiwa cures all Kidney nnd Bladder dlecases, Qravol, femalo weakness, &c. Delegates to tho Keller Convention. A general meeting of tho Odd-Fellows' Ro lief Association was held last night to mako arrangements for tho convention of nil the beneficial associations of Masons, Odd-Fellows aud othor orders throughout tho country, which will bo held October 10. Tho delegates cloctcd wero Johu F. Havonncr, president of tho homo association ; Thomas W. Fowler, Bccrotary of tho homo association, nnd Dr. S. A. II. McKlm. Tho president of the meeting, Mr, Johu U, Uartlct't, vico-prcsident of the homo association, was authorized to appoint a commlttco of sovcu to acH in conjunction with ajsimllar commlttco of Masons to constitute n icccptlou committee. An appropriation was mado to help bear tho expenses of tho conven tion. Men's $1.50 stylish Gaiters at Halm's, 810 Seventh street and 1922 Pennsylvania uvouuo. A riitcnt-I.UAvjol'K1 Haiuiuet. Tho Washington Patent-Law Association, nu organization numbering among Its raembors most of our rising young patent-lawyers and many prominent gentlemen connected with tho Patcnt-Olllce, eolcbrated Its reunion Mon day cvoulng with a grand banquet at Schwing & Clark's. Tho proceedings up ton latu hour wero tnniKcu ny tlio nihility usually attend ing such gatherings, nud songs, toasts and speeches succeeded each other until all who had retalucd sufficient control of their facul ties had contributed to tho general festivity. Tho menu included all tho delicacies of tho sea son. Al together 'tho occasion will long bo remem bered by those who paitlcipated, aud nbscnt members will never know what thoy missed. Hkauachk yields quickly to Lodlllo's Head ache Specific, sold by all druggists in tho city. iT.. The Shooting of Cnhiiiol Zlnttl McDonald, Colonel Zltnrl McDonald, United States Mali contractor, who was shot iu tho faco on boaid his mall steamer (tho Gipsy) on tho Illack Water Itiver, iu North Carolina, a fow wooks ago, by T. J. Buibago, whom ho hud employed as captain, but whom ho had discharged fur unfaithfulness to his duty, Is now confined to his homu in this city from tho effects of tho wound. Several pieces of tho Jiuv-bono havo come out of tho wound. Surgeon Palmer, who is attending him, thinks lie will have to per form an operation beforo ho can bo lclicvcd. Uurbago has been Indicted by the grand jury of Herlfoid County, N. C, and Is iioa- under a charge of uu attempt to commit u murder. Coin Silver Elgin Stem-Wlndlng Wulchos, $111.50, ut It. Harris & Co.'s, i:i." Seventh street. i. Improvements ut the 11. & V. Coal Depot. A now truck Is being laid by tho Ilaltlinoro & Potomac Railroad Company at their coal do pot, corner of Fourteenth street and Maryland avonue southwest, upon which it Is intouded to run heavy material, such ns stone, ma chinery, &c. A large derrick will nlso bo put iu position, tho masonry for which Is almost completed. A stand for unloading cattlo has beon recently put up nl tho same point, and the yard now contains five tracks, all iu good condition. Jumus L.VNsiiuKtw, tho popular Carpet fur uislier, i " Tim llllch llinr tho School Accounts. A committee from the Hoard of School Trus tees had a talk with Commissioner Dent yes teiday in icferciico to tbo I rouble the trustees havo met in approving bills for repairs mado by Inspector Eutwislc, nnd n plau was agreed upon by which tho Inspector is to co-operate nnd consult with tho titistcos. Tho committee urged a loturu to tho system of employing a mechnuluil Janitor, but Commissioner Dent was opposed to any change of tho prcsont system, nu Foil Curpots go to Julius Lansburgh's. in roil VINR DK1!SS SUITS (10 TO UISEMAN I1HOS., C'ORNint SKVUXriI AND IS. A Itlg Load uT Coal. Tho schooner Alfrod Rrabrook, Captain Taunton commanding, arrived at the Twelfth street wharf yesterday from Philadelphia with a cargo of 030 tflns of coal consigned lu Johnson Druthers. This Is the largest quau lity of coal over brought to a Washington port by one vesicl, and us tho llrabrook draws fif teen feet of water the good lesults achieved hy drodglng tho Washington channel may bo readily ptsicclved. Foil Shades go lo Jullti3 Lansburgh's. er'.' XOTES, Good 23 cent meals at tlio Holly Trco, Tho only Tuiko-Russlau and sulphur bath house In tho city, DOIl K street northwest. II. F. Queen, of tho St. Jamos news stand, souds the Now York Clipper for tho current week, Tho.aeif Vienna bread In Owelty can bo obtained only at F. Fremiti's; 70!i Nluth street ninth west', alaucoufecttotiery, Right Rev. J. J, Kcano will lccturo on "The New Christianity" at Lincoln Hull on tho ovonlng of Weduesdny, Novombor 19, for tlio benefit of tho oiphun boys of St. Joseph's Asylum, To-day tho festival of Rosh Hashonoh, or tho Jewish New Year, will bo celebrated throughout tho city hy tho Ilobrows. In tbo svuugogues Ihoiu will bo services peculiar to tho day. Tho following appointments have been mnde ou the police force: Alexander McDonald iu ouioted from statiuu-keeiior tun private In the forco. William Gates to bo station-keeper, vice McDonald, The c.tso of William Fitzgerald, tlio oharlot dilver charged with running over tho boy William Cleave, was yesteiday postponed by Judgo Snell until lliu UOth Instant, us tho boy Is not ablo to appear. Henry ll'id Fortune was sentenced lo jail for six mouths yestorday by .fudge Kuell fur cutting Samuel J t! no. In Hog alley, .Monday afternoon. James and tluorgo Ililstinv, who wero roimcrin.il In tho n!Siulton Hluo, wero flucd $10 or thirty days c'ucli. In tho Pollcu court yestonuy James A, Itlchaidsoii, colored, clmigi'd llontco Hilly, colored, with the laicony of his watch uud cine, Richaidion tcstlll jJ that llally canio up to him, iitcu3od blot of followliig his sister, and thuu diuwiug uplitol, thrutoned lo shoot him. He wus Ihon joined by eoveral confed unites, who helped to rob lilm. Rally sworo (hut thu nliurgu was ('also, Tho cua was dU-uiluscd. The Aumilnatlnn Policy. To tht Mltor of the A'nfloiial Jltpubllcan t Sin i I drop you a lino to respectfully ask your editorial attention to the nssossluatlou of Aloxsudcr Bryco, Jr., at Walhalln, Oconeo County, South Carolina, a notoriously Demo cratic Ku-Klux county In fact, tho safo placo of rofugo for all who, by having killed a fow niggers or Radicals, feci that thoy aio llabla to arrest In othor sections of that State Mr, Bryco was a known and nctivo Ropubllcau, of property and iullucuco, nnd henco his taking off in tlio manner usually adopted by tho chivalry assassination, nud it Is n shamo If a mattorof so much Importance and significance should bo permitted to pass with no commont by tho party tho espousal of whoso principles was bis only fault. Tho Ilutlnr now holding n scat In tho United States Sou a to said to nu Intlmuto friend of mino last winter I " Wo havo South Carolina, aud lot mo tell yon wo Intend to kocp her," and It is by just suoh means that thoy "Intend lo kcop hor," hy murdering tho lending Republicans and whip ping tho poor, unprotected negro Intosubmls bIou, Yours very truly, A Stalwaut Rad, D. P. Hermck & Co., stock brokors, of 43 New street, Now York, lutend opening a branch olllco on Pennsylvania avenue, near Wllhird's Hotel, for tho transaction of gonoral stock commission business. Thoy havo tho highest Washington references fur ability and integrity. Virginia Justice MAxciiEST-nn, Va,, Scptcmbor 15, 1870. To (he Editor of tht National Republican: Sin: I hereby givo you n samplo of Virginia justlcoas administered In this ancient bor ough by Its ancient polico Justice. Somo weeks ago two negroes, names forgotten, wero brought boforo His Honor charged by two of their own color with stealing watermelons from their patch, said patch bolng owned by them, along with two whlto men, viz,, Johns nud Robinson. Our polico Jtistico ordered tho negroes torceolvo thlrty-nlno lashes each, which woro duly administered. Onoweokngo two whlto men, viz., Luther Pond and Abb Dowdy, wero arraigned boforo tho sanio tri bunal for stealing watcrmolons from tho sanio parties. Thoy wero caught In tho net, ad mitted the theft by offering to pay tho parties $", which was rofuscd. Our police Justice or dered that thoy pay the costs of tho prosccu tlou, but nary lash. So you sco thodlll'cronco betwocu whlto and black meat. If tho above Is not bollovod, I can provo it by tho record of tho court. Deny It who daro. Justice. Murrlngo Incenses. The clerk of tho court has issued tbo follow ing marrlago licenses: M. W. Bohror and Sal llo A. McKonny; Francis Rapp and Mary Wclsky; G, A. Higgles and Annie R. Schneider: J. J. Talbcrt and .Mary E. Wlntorhuthj W. 11. Green, of Georgetown, nud Maria C. Taylor, of this city; Henry Williams and Louisa Walker; Gcorgo McDaulcl and .Maria Siuu. A.MUSEJIEXIS. Nntlnnnl Tltoatro " Quoon's llvldoiicc." The reception of "Queen's Evldenco" at tho Na tional histcveiilng Is positive proof oftlicstrcngth of the piece. It Is ono of thoso admirably conceived dramas which never fiag In Interest from begin ning to end. The conipany.hoadcd by Jlcssrs. lloni face and Howe, proiluco It In a manner that rustalns their reputation ns excellent artl;ts, and dcvclopes every dramatic point aud situation in the piece. Theio will be a matinee performance this after noon. Kuril's Opera.Homo-"ir. ill. S. l'luuroro." Tho lovo atfalr of tho audacious tar aud the Cap tain's daughter on tho deck of tho " I'lnaforo, " made lutcrcstliig by the obstacles thrown lu tho wny by a match-making father, an amorous old ndiulral, nnd n meddlesome shipmate, will never lose Its charm, iho perlornianco of " l'lunioro by tho company ut nrocnt engaged at the Opera Home is nrououueed bv all to excel anv rendition of the opera with which Washington nuillcuecs have yet been favored. A matinee will bo given this afternoon. Summer Thoiitre Comlquo. A ftrong list of attractions Is presented nt tho Combine litis week, The performance Is bright and entertaining from beginning to end, Tho corps of specialty iu lists is very numerous, and Includes many stilts of wide celebrity on the va rlely stage. l'riiileul Stock .Speculations. The Stock Kxchnngo never preenfcd such nn admlrublo condition for profitable and rapid Hock operations. There never have been before so many fortunes mado by quick fluctuations and hldllful manipulations. Careful nud rcaxonablo people only operato through the combination system of lvfcrs. Lawrence & Co., which enables Ihoso wllh largo or t malt liirons to Invest and leallroliand fomo lirolll". w hlch ore dl hied nro mM nninnir tho shareholders every thirty duys. NewtieomClna tlous nro conitautly foimlng. From Sii to SIO.IXK) can be safely Invested with splendid upporluulllcs for quick profits. An Illinois grain denies mado 813,2'JiJ. II I two investments. A Mlchlgau farmer Invested SOO, which yielded (4.33.1-1. lie made by three reluvcitinenls overS3.U0U. A Wiseoutlu coun try merchant mado SI.-l'-MGlu four combinations, and others have done equally ns well. New ox, planatory circular, with 'Unerring rules for sue ieM," mailed by Jfefsrs. Lawrence J: Co., Hankers, 07 Excliutigo Place, New York City. Just Your Tlmo to mako money safely, easily and rapidly Is now, while tho stocli maikct oilers to many splendid op portunities. Tho combination system has had un preccntcd success, and brings good fortune to thou saipls of shareholders lu this aud other countries. Investments from SJi to 510,000 aro thus consoli dated Into ono vast capital, anil operated by the best skill nud experience, result lu heuvy profits which are divided among shareholders every month, A Now Orleans cotton denier mnde SJ7, G10.18 In tuo mouths, A llaltlmoro lneniinut re ceived an aggregate profit of S'J.ti l.'.Ol fiom three combinations. A h'au Francisco mining itgout mailo $.'.!, i:'S.1G from four combinations, his llrst Investment having been $100. Others have been equally fortunate, livery day thcro aro now and grnud opportunities. New explanatory circular, with "unerring rules for stieeoss," mailed by Men-rs. Lawrence & Co., Hankers, 57 Exchange Place, Now York city. All Individual Inquiry of livory ltoader. The opportunities occur for a fortune to every man, It Is suld, somo day or another, but how seldom does a man really know the exact opportunity. The newspapers every now and then lell of somo person who has drawn a hundred-thousand or a thlrty-tliouauddn11nr prlzoln tliolong-cttabllsltcd Louisiana State Lottery, which Is drawn on the second iiicsuitviu every mount, ni row Orleans, La, Hut does It ever strike the reader ou tending about (he lucky man Hint a similar good fortune might attend hlui If bo wero to scud SJ for tho next, which Is tho 113th drawing, lo.M. A. Dauphin, P. O. llox C'Ji, nr same person nt No, 819 Ilrundvrny, nud see what fortune has lu slnro? Tim Secret Kkv to Huai.tii, The Selenco of Life; or.Bolf-I'icstrvailou, MX) pages, Price only SI. Contains filly valuable prescriptions, cither one of which Is worth more than ten times the prhuof tho book. Illustrated sample sent on lecelpt uf G rents for postage Address Dr. W, II, Pinker, 4 llultlnch sheet, llo-.ton, Mars, x kv Auy i: itTis ij.n i:xts. BASE BALL. POUGIIKEEPSiB VS, NATIONAL TIKI (WEDNESDAY) A1TKHNOON, ON THK NATIONAL OllOUNDS. Onm9 called at I n'rlo.-k. D. P. HERRICK & CO., 7,1 ;vvjir sritEEi; xew roitjc, AUTHCR ZED BROKERS For tln a'o mul l-isua ol Hiuck Pilvlliues of strictly A I New Yoikuperiilors. Ittuiuii appllcullon, llltb- e,l Washington tvieieueeH lurnlshuil. t-l7-3ui BUILDING LUMBER Of ALL K1X1IS, HARDWOOD LUMBER, .I0HUINR IiUiUHBR Cheaiier than ever, at the old stand, turner Thlr lectUuiUUUeils. FOl'MllI p ron TlIK l'AI.I, AND WINTKIt TIIADU. I nm now In dully receipt of POPAiOlii, HUANM. ,XPPL1, ONIONH AND VlNEUAIt from Western New Vorli nud No'lhcrn Ohio, which I oiler loru ilu lui-iir lots fiom track, orlu less qiiiiii llty fronistoie A'f THE VEltY UHVV.-iV WHOM! KAi.li ilAllKUP I'UICl.', t,viv Ji ) U CltANi:, 400 ranvc. VflonASi) COAiu COAL. WOOD. COAL. WOOD. JOHNSON DROTHERS. TELKPIIONIO CONNECTIONS. FULLWKKIIIT. 11KHT OUALt IY, IJIYV IMIlfll-'M COAL. WOOD. WOOD. niOMiT DKi.iviiitnaj. COAL. Main olUce, Vfhnrvca, mill, and ilepot contiMtod wliil uptown unices iiy tjsi.isi'iiukis, Willi uncounted facilities ni d ndvitntairs for jeo Bomlcnllycondiiclliw tho WOOD and COALT11ADK, nbprves, factory, extensive Klore ynrds.etniiuliiic into stoi 1c up largely when coal Inlnwo-t, unices throuiili out tho city, nml all In ImuiHllntu communication. In suring prompt intention to orders, wo aro prepared to orfcrio our patrons the best varieties of co.u at tlio vrry lowest price.". . ..... ltcinomliT, wo Insure n strictly pura coal ol 2,214 pounds to the ton, joiinson nnoTiiF.m). Main Ontce, Mill, ami Depot, root of Twelfth, Thlr- leeiitu, aud F sirens routnvrrst. ' sirens r 1.10 F st JllIJNIll THUHfiVl t 211 Peii .ira 1- street norinwent. OFFICES! in ntropt nortuwest. enth street northwest. Jr'Qtr tisyivmiln nvt'iiuo southeast rtOAL AND WOOD, V Ilmve Tor sale n large ounnllty anil every va tely of lied Ash, White Ash. Ixirberry, nnd I.kcns Vulley COAL'S. Also Kindling mid Nlovo WOOD, at the very lowest rales. l. 1. bllKUIFF, 1114 and 3is 1'ciuia, avenue. Depot nud Mill, root or ftlxtb street. Jcl!3iu ii:tists. -1IOWLAND DENTAL ASSOCIATION, No. 211 Fuitr-und-n-hnir street, nil. orsnorthofl'ciuisvl- votila nvonue, IIXlllACT TKKTH UNIiKlt NI- TIIOUH OXIDE, WITHOUT PAIN, Tor llfucll toollll without fins, Co cents ench tooth, AIU'iriCIAL TKirnl.tTmrsct. Uold nml AmalKiim F1LLINUS Inserted. All work wni ranted ilrst-clu-s. lir. Ii 1 1IOW1.AND has administered Nitrous Oxide In over 2VWIO wrsons. JeS ly iDEiiTTis'rK.ir. I have fitted tip. with special refi'reueo lo Dentistry, the pleasant and cciitriilly-lociitcd rooms, No ?il Four- Uciith street, corner New York iivonuo, whero I m tecum street, corner nvw oric iivcnue, wnero i uui prepared to perform nil opt rations on tlio natural u iu iiciriorui nil ontra Ills caro and sullsfarilon, iceiu " Arttuciai lentil or even Kiuii una grade inserted, NltrousOxIdo lor tlio extraction ol teeth, II. Three lines of cars nasi ilio door. it. .11. s. imowx Jyi-iy GEORGE B. WELCH, SIO t'our-niKl-u-IInll" slrocl. Dentistry In nil lit branches. Ten years' perfro lucress with NITJtOITH OXIDE flAS. ocll ItKSTAUKAXTS. HANCOCK'S RESTAURANT, "OLD CURIOSITY SHOP." EHTA11L1UIIKD 1944. ism rx:xxsrx,rAXXA avxixux:. msrS-tf I ' .. - I I i.rriiKAPjM3. gTEAM LITHOGRAPHING ESTABLISHMENT. 1'HOTO-LiTiioanAvITiNa a specialty, No. 458 Pennsylvania nveiiuc. lygUv NOniilH I'nTKKM. l'roprleler. Cinchona Rubra. SIl. It. D'UNOnil, DiscovKnun, WsrrnntedtocnreDlp"oninnli or tho Appetite for Alcoholic llqtiut or money refunded. Can bo had nt 1510 Tenlli street northwest until n regular olllco Is cslnbllshol. sell-lni JL HA WHACK CliltTIFICATlCS WANT l--.ll. JM.OOO NEEDED THIS WEEK. I am constantly receiving orders from imrchnsrra for Drawback Certificates, nnd will oiler the highest market rates for any quantity. WILLIAM DICKSON, 2!Four-aiul-n-linirstrect, esl'i-a Three doors north of Colombia liulldlnir. IP YOU WANT YOU IC CLOTHING CLEANED or DYED CHEAP AND WELL, CALL AT TIII2 418 TWHLFTH STIU'XT N. W. ALL WOHK DO.NK ON riliailSEH. se5-lm SIX FINE DRESS SHIRTS, TO ORDER, $1 50. ewrafcrR" fetigEgaSteSgiiBlRas8ss u1- ' -7rfSBgCTr -SMgsU . MtirttM r'friSYfftli CTOJEllDJi.2r, IDJLKE &o MIHETY-FSVS CENT! WILL "VsTILIjET & LIBBEY'S Cor. Sixth Street and New York Avenue. 3K1 jjsfcitisaa, IWjTjft(a3u-vitL-l rJk-t ., ' 51k-Ityitiulli(,!Hltiil 11 . i:W -U fflf era JJu& LTJICBEE, Hll' I fa lii" r lnh H u," -- AJw-jf .4 : . j. TO THE PUBLIC: Tlio bui-ning of our Planing Mills and Lumboi Yards, In Salisbury, Md., will not intorforo with our businoss in this city, as our main supply comes from our mills in Virginia. Having rooontly leased tho yard of Messrs. Mohun & Sons and stocked tho same, in addition to tho Pugitt yard) we claim to Imivo on hand tho Largost Stock of Lumber ovor offered iOi- ,.alo in this oity. E. S3. .TACKSOlir & CO., (WM. 11. ItEDQllAVJS,) Thirteenth Stroot and Ohio Avonuo. noOKIS AND STATIONKUY. SCHOOL BOOKS. roil PUBLIC AND PRIVATE S& O H 0 O JLm 3 c -AT- W. H. & 0. H. MORRISON'S, LAW B00K8ELLE118 AND BTA TIONEHS, scpl No, 47B ronnsylvniiln rtvoiiun. IIEAllltUAUTEHS HlllOOL HOOKS Tho Most Extonsivo and Comploto Stock of SCMOOIi BOOKS And School Supplies, Wholo salo and Retail, at WM. BALLANTYNE &. SON'S, nuM-lf S SEVENTH BTItEET N. W. , IIU.1II'. SUl'FOLIUN. JUIIX It. KKIiLY, Dialer In first-class BEEF, LAMB, VEAL, MUTTON, &C coitxisi) iii:i:x' a svx'.cialti; BlallsSM, I2!, and 0.10 Centro Market. Ntntn streot 1nsr, nnd 2ift and 'is. Northern Liberty Market, or nd dress Hot 71, City l'ost-Olllco. MurUellng UullveresI reoolrliarge toull nnrtsoflheellir. Jelsif . IfELIX DESrobSK'S FUEM'U UAKEUr. (Established VA) M YEAnS OF INCHEAHINO BUCCItai FELIX DE8F0BHE, the well-known and only renl French baker In Wash teuton (formerly of Nlneteenlli stnet), hasperman rutty located at So. 20-12 It street, between Tweullettl nndTwonty-first streets, near Petinsylvnnliinvenue, where be continues, riH heretofore, to make French and American bread of the very beet quality. French bread a specialty. Vienna rolls to order. N. H. French ltrend Is recommended for persons of dellcnto health, especially for those suUvruiK frouz. dysoeisili ileware of Imitations martl-tf J nKRrtKivs milk food V3 FOll CHILDHEN AND INVALIDS. Also, HEALTH FOOD CO.'S PHKPAnATIONS. N. W.UUHUIIELL. JySfl I31Q F street. ii i i 'i u-i . sa FINANCIAL. s AFE AND tOUND INVESTMENT. Securities uarlnira ner cenL or better. Host rata allowed tor umieu utntes cnuoa nouos. n. ii orpf.utv. JH. Ofllcont National letropollton Panic. Pin i. 01 flfllllnvMtod In Wall Bt. stocks make h III 10 rS . I HorluuefleTorymontb. Hook sent (plU W ViJUlU expUIllnf cvHythlnj. Ad areas 11 AXTKH CO. Hunkers 17 Vll-sl H. jasaoiv VUOsVJSNNIOXAIj. J. AMBLEU N.1IITII, A.Ti,o,3srB-sr--1aL.,r-ijua.-w 323 Four-and-a-half Stroot Northwest. nnstr DH. HOSWOkTH.DlS E BTHEET N. W..IS THK mou skillful nnd the only Scientific Medical Electrician ever In this city. All nervous and chrunta diseases positively cured. Femnle diseases a spectal ty. ltefers to Keiiators D. W. Voorhees, Intllannt J. J. l'atteisou, Is. Ui Batnuel Nornicnt. Washington, D. C, iiudtitberu. Consultation Iree. A competent and thoroughly qiiullfleilluUyiunlitnut to attend loladlcsl nolHy .....,........,,...l,5?5IAu?.i?j;w,.. iSTAHMBllKU I8Mr"'V'"'""WW'WV'' JOII2T McDmUlOTT .0 MtOS., CAltltlAOK MANUFACTUIIKR4 (Bteam used), 110 l'eiiusylv.iitlu avenue, near Third t Ireet west, Wnshlnictou, D. CV Carriages uud Har ness received on stnruite mid sold on commission. Cnrrmres repnlrid. . fettf pniNTiNa ron halls, HECEPrioNS. ac. ALL THE LATEST DENIONH. ItEl'OHLICAN JOll-IlOOMi JORDAN, Ml k t, lOOS IT STREET. A largo lino Colorod Hoso, Job lot, two -uniilr TorSll i-enls. ?frtl?4 A ""' ItesularMnilo Hoso, for :i l-:ti rltE5 l'ur-ily OillaiH, Wl 215 perilnreii. yl'J- Jtest I'mir-ply Culls, 1 BO per hit! l-ilc. halt flnon. lino I.lnen Ilunilkcrclilofs, llirco for CO) cents, hlxty nud 7,',-cent Unllnlsheil shirts, blx l.iiumlilodlsiilrtH fur in SO. CO., 1QQ6 IT STREET. ETJ-Z- A.T W. A. COLL1HQW0OD, Pres. M. B. STAFFORD. Sffi F. W. SANBORN, Gen. Agent. HYDRO-PNEUMATIC FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO 'I No. 7 Murray Stroot, New York, Manufacturer of FlroKxttnuulshers, Engines and Hook and Ladder 'trucks lor Cities, Villages, Maiiuluitorleu, Publlu llulldlnas, Country ltestdeuei-s, elciuboof lh Hydro Pueuiualio Apparatus for lalslug wuter In Pub lic HulldliiiiBni.d Private Houses; also Mil' ul'ueluiirs uud hole AksiiIs lor the Cuhliriiied uptle lire Kxtln uiilsldiu Coinpuuiul, lor ExtlnRiilslilUK Fires and lleinlerliiK Wood nnd Oilier Uatirmli Thoioughly lu-cemUustlUli-, Theso .Machines lluva llenlon nil Cinnpotltors. Ebi'lMATEM. CI1ICULAI1S AND TIWTIMONIAUI lUIlNIbUEH ON APPLICATION. Branch Offlco, 1406 Penna. Avonuo. . - . w. o. avjukx, Agont. - XjTJIBEK, m .4si