Newspaper of Evening Star, June 19, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 19, 1873 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR. IkihM feallf, luUn n?C|(?4| AT TUX 6TAR BULLDLSGS, m FWM nil IITJira ttDAJl nt BVB1UNG STAB is eereetf fey carrier* IMT fot<rit*r? a T*s C?TTi rk* tras.or Foti to -- _ fo?n #c(i i *"T* "? mottb. OojIm at the ??w Two C*TT? Mth. Bj CMil?thfM MUlM, J1*. Bta acatU. ()?, one year, |L TAB KIIKLT IT A K? FlUhN Friday-J1 K ' iv*f sy let art ably iartTMw tn both iti, ?* Hfw mU lM(*r Uiu 3M>TUlt?<lBb?UMHt,ul I l paid fur. at fnralabsS en Mt'le?**"?< SHL SIMMER RESORTS. NANIrOAil A LI M SPRINGS, or AM fOK BQARUEHS. l?ti E IDHC, OTV? Biro. 1' ,?? beat* M Sulfhui Watcrp;^ a. c.ff*. A J MlEKS, Orkiw; Spriip. SVnia <1. at . ?r*T, Va. jV? *?>>?* CT1I1 BOTH, Stft'T l<: r?, J f-rfm Witt Vtrzmta, ? Situated on the * nth* rn bank of th> m?c, one &? ?ira rid- fr? ui Kvrwfmllf-, o? tt B?l Uaaore >l I Ohio Ml, *hff? r lag Dm ? MTTi 1 ?!? | ? miMIM?irwt Op>-n t >i iho ?.t nMiliii h I b ar ler*. Ten. ? moderate A.itlre.. EDWIN B'lWF.S, Proprietor. jil 7t ,|?tH k?K IIM.F U,11 SPRINGS, V I. OPEN J! NE 1-T, 1 *73. Thi? fa* Hr Mi nlrlnlii Witting pi me will i > . ii <niMHMitkhi?iMa. I? r a a.?^nid<--st Bali B%-otn, knar' Hi I ?? 1 h H *lw( Al'-v f'.r . and f - v' t.11 ? et irrl *?ip -b Cr 4n?t fit a It ??1! V fcejt is ? style not 'u.pawfj anywhere in ? trait m Tf - *??? rs cf tb-ee special Spring* eith< r cur* <>r gr.*t,? relieTe ne^ ???*?*? ot S< rotnla, incipient ruiMiuuit.ua, I hr.-nic Br?clilti?, i?Kr >nK l.?r>ih cut*. Chr.Hiic NvnoBM, VI"">>K Dyapepaia, <'ki' uj I?>arrh?a-, 4 hr >nic P<ii>Mtr . T mj tr? al?? ? gr^at Taint- ia thoao affection* which are p> rt.liar j ?h> female cnnstitntion, and a-< xa appeti a?r,at<>Bi> ?*?. a *?n?r?l r-?torati\e they arr,per haps r;i.ri? ailed amongst mineral waters. The pr. prt^t. r ?>?? pr<M t.iwt f>r the lauu* and ball-room a fcr?t rl tee band of mnair. and in general all the ?'.?Tr.*vl wviM-nnin iinmi.m n?ially f miimI at <>ur t>??t funnier r>?'ri? will l>. ?t the i MmnmnJ ?f tit. ? i X ROi'K PSl>.K AllM. Th<- p' ire ie w t' n fr.<n el*-\?-n to th.rtM-n h nn >f Ri -h n? bJ. W a?Luift->a. Baltimore. ?*<- , hy rail, all in a??11?)it. P?*eau#-r? learettie car* nt the rhe?? t nak* >n.l Ohio Kwlri>M at CnhrB I>?p t, tn'l new ? od el^cant ?t*r?fovli?. pa??iui; rapidly or?ri t! ai d leTrt ro?d Of only eikht mflee, net down the ?initum at t he Rpring* tn tea ?J\inics A. rRAZTKR. I?r.^pri?t>r Dr. J S. L> A \ 18. of the Pniveraity, R.-?l lent I'r tairtar A K DOOM, OEce M.ia*?er; $ M. Ml I LKX.o.T... Mnna??r water f?i ami)' by COLEMAN A BOQ KK!4. C*lf;t!?? re Pe*' ptive pawphl t* sent fr?e on tppl'^ation. jef lin* \* ATTU M.?Thie popnUr ao4 *M] healthy ?nr? 1 n er VNHt, n<-?r Snu k-r i> Oap, aatlT w;rr nU d t> t.'.- B'n ? B: U< ni? iiiitaiu,l two b Tr*' ri-le ty rail of W^hinlau J Qty. !? ir* rpen fur the raceptiou of w?aemi lr73 In rroT?tneat*aliice I net y?ar. Fine piaua in front. U'k r^'i?, ati Kc-h. a- filWa, a piano in the Bo?i . Thr bnilli .*;-*J 'Ht u . c b->i*i".u< if iar^a atrr rooDie. BtoRtif'il Bunntaln ?cfi?r/. Tnoae wMh'ay ? ? enjoy the cck.1 bicti-1 ol tl.n eit-Mtied r.ffl ?i will a>ldr? as, A O WBIGHT, R. '.!)?: Hill P. O , l?>nJ >uii 0?'.. V>?. ?/"R f. reoo. at 1209 F ?tr?ei N W. ?i.1i?-tf \yi>T END 1JOTKU AT L?>? BK.I X H. J., * ILL bK OPENED i.'N T11C 14ih OF JINK kitny ?'irn :idki tmi Apt; ? ?' i? f r rr.'tua tan br oiade to I? V HILDkliTTl, N i'i t!r?*Jw?.r,< B--w \ ? -. r t v u . Ii. - . ?? PBEBBVKY ^ A 11 '? I. i K! TH . f pr ? ? i. i - L ? _ H' ? OK'I. ?J PIU.?fil KV . D M HtLD&KTH nttU JrcMS IjADTES* goods. Ml?? VI' tOK >1 l*-K, ^W- PENNSYLVAbiA AVBNLK fiaa eccatantly on band a tine a*-*or;m nt of IMPOBTED BONNETS, STBA WB. ?*H1P?. FLOWERS. K1BBON8, 4r? nil nt the oeweat deeijena. La4iea CA PS auiJ COIF fCR?S ;t? recfhul. rni tr R ead and save youb money. Ladle* who bare Htir SwitrbM tli?l hwelmW fii-m ns < an hare tiietii raat .rw) to tbeir uatnrml vhade in aupenor mai ner. We ha?e a ?er> Inrjrt aee. rtme-t T B1 ('nrlcrery I ug and t> n.<h? >wit. trs rery rV??. Mi w t' th- tiue f toy at MADAME EbTBBN 8 Hair Factory,619 13th at., bear O street. a34 tr OIICB.?Barpaiaa are m>w Nn| oV*r"^_ Id MILLINIlBV IN rANCY GOODS, By E. LEN/BEBO A CO., a3-tr 707 Market Spare, ^TAMPING DEPOT tit fckvtNTg Stiiit. lefli tr Opp^atte Patent Offlco. wellinu orr i BELLING OFF I AT CO:?T, TO DISBOLYB PABTNEBSBIP. the entire stock OF THE NEW YOBK BAZAB. 44 1 Sete:itt street, 09*1-K. Var7 tr NU Hl'MBrb ??| ADIES" 1 a EkESCB BTABCH AMBL la t*-e beat artKle in the ?oikl for di.iuit op Liner, or It la, par ui a batotital g. -aa to the fabric For Mia by all Grucera. BLUfiHAM .* CO., M%imfactnr*r*, IBB W??l Lumbar: sirwt, iaalt 1? BalHwtore. Maryland. 3IETKUIHJUTAN DOLLAR STORE. M'JKB NEW G?>uDS ' I THl* AKE ALMtiST GIVEN AWAY ? LOOK AT THIS LIST t ktMren'a ??n B >nnet? aud U tts.Sk* '? Maraeill-e Ilat*. r-ry pretty , ?1 " L i?U ard L icr Uata, i)l '? Plani Mobiiij Apr ue.covcr "ntire draa*, Wc. M W h:te Dreaaa". -*r??barreti wuahti, ? I. Buff Stat-. SI La4)*-e' ?t i*>- and col r-<t B >rd?'r Ape ns. iV. ?* K Iff and Pla-.t Mn'iin do . &<c " Per ale and White L?wT>6*;rt Wai?ta, #1 Pnl' tu< ked 8kitl>. ?1 " p ite.1 aO'! emhrokleeo!! front ChetniaM, f 1. Tuekeil ao l emt.rt.id- re.1 Brawent. Jl. " TU,'k>'d and Lai e do . 9VC. B< ynTali>o *?.?0,fcv. Ladirt' Scotch <iirti<n Ma- k Kcr I'm' rel1 \a. *1. *? Li.: tbrea." i-bot n ball G?untletGlo?e*'jSc. ** Lfalh. r B lt?. Or. ?? M r<- . ?u-'i In:. H'l-aiaii B ila,>? . " Olj and GUI B-.t Cuaina. Itf " * Lin<-u Fain, & " Kianry, W.xal and SiK< J>tr. " H. > k, white %l? c .<i'd bilk Vienna Jo., .?1. CtiiNlren. fcne Line* HaDdk<?r< In f?. 1 for K La>ti?-a herii?titth.<< L*n>-n d^-.tfor ?'SI. " line G?i:le T'.ta, Jl G?M? do r e?hirt., Jl " Light Briti?h and Liale S? eka. ?? B'rip-d S ek?, 3 pair for #1 " B'ark and Kanev Srtk P. >??,? ani ? 1 Mln-a' B.ae S.lk and Fringed S< arS. SOc . B^a pleat an*l i-ther at>l*a Buif.ng fur Ibe U'-ck. K and SOc. p?r yard. bxtra large and fine I>ama-<k Tt^reU.Sfor Jl. SplebdM Bat*, uil Towele.t ai.u4 for Jl.,A<-.,Ar..Ac. If y"U hate aay conaideratiow fur yuur pocket I <>kJ, you ?iB k t fail to call on B ?I K I A "? "?*? ? 4? "***? "? ? ? " R ? ? JIB SEVENTH STREET, near Pennayiranla aranna. P B.?1 Lave now on hand my oaaal fall Mock of I Hi yl IT at J3Ab. J3 A' JaAU, J4aad J4. Come and 1?< k at tb^m je4 tr |,"AJEBAKS LE1TKB SCALES. Erery ?t*e and ?yle. at tery low rale*. ? TUB ClllVBBbAL FAMILY SCALE * AN THE POCKET BETTEB SCALBS *? bnre on liar.d and alwaya read, tn niplt any and eaery atyla aad kin.1 ?t LETTER SCALE at the nanuf*< tnrar a 1 'W??t ratea We at* a fnll Ht?e of ? mm- rcial and Bankers fetation* r> . Blank B ???. Caeh and B ??! B it bichabd b mobtb * oo., n Jl tr 1?I ? Prnna afaana, IgMt 11th straat ^iLEE'B WHABP. V lu aad t tumt TO Cl'HTBACTOBS AND MERCHANTS. MMO ol STONE, COAL,haT LoaBKK< discharged fr ?i veaaela nn?l ?t r?l or dal'rarod at the ah-rteat nctice and loweat ratea. ?-ly G Y. ArLEB. f. ' ?.?MsltSfflf aid '.Vyffc. a o,.., \ ?TicF wJtl.f BABGJ!^'i?PT,OI" *'??? u "* Turk* GOODS w " -'tie the owa/^ 4 41 7lb '? * rOLSQ SPECIAL NOTICES. 6??rd Ckairra. It in w?l> k? witk,! i? a proper remedy is iastan tfyy lyj?k>p in ICIW Of Asiatic Cholera, or even it ?e?f fc?w*r?! rotnplainta. tb patient is ?ch w a bapnMts m.t nufre.m-Tuly that PJ TT ?<^leul*Ue serf iret ? an f T ;?1 1? ,not wish to be understo. d a* wILpTm .! -Cl>n 1n ? physician at tb? earliest rZll'?'',""*!- ?**. ,mch ? c??^* i? imperatively i. ceeeary , I u. s?n>.-tffiie* ft phvsiciao ran notb-^ had at a rrcD.t i.l V notice and ttH for such ea??* that 7' ?"? P'*Pare N ATTAS"S CHOLKK% SPECIF ?* ? * ??rviB. active, and efficient rrarir. c.ilcu ?11^. -.ii". r*r* ? ff?4, *nj *hirfi ""-'t **JJ.? 'Pdw.'ttd family shou'd hac "? b*nl ar im ta*diate?y pmcnre. During I'M, while t!i? cholera r ?^!i)K J'ute severely in Bro^klvn, NT,! who there, and itwa'fmrd that thi? SF ,r<tir Vi'* *r"at service. ?-in? mo<-h better than Sonihba' Mtxtnr* hi <1 Snn Cholera Cnre, both of which w?re Ui . ''J*'1! a,IMUg,vr 'owvdiate relief and fnr* Cholera Murl.ua, Colic, Cran.pt>, Dvsentary, Dixr rh. a and all di?ord? rs n-nal at thio >? an a. t ill dir.*tion? accompany tach vial. Ti) lit- had ??my of ABTHCR MATTANS. Dmrsist, jtg tr f orrnT ? f >d and D streets northwest. FESTIVALS. L MTIVAIi.?The Ladies ot St. ANIiKKW S IT M !SMoS CM I B'ill will tiold * K.-.tiv?|ou th Et'nn>?? ,.f TUESDAY and W KDN KSI? A Y, tk* l.:hand |?h instant, at No. 141* p -treet. near _ j 17 It 1'Ht LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY ?re .a ?"** ?TKAWBBBRT FESTIVAL!., tbet>asraieM of ;he ?. hnrch corner 3th and N streets CaW to the elegant ?nfper *.' ' ?-rved each evening The d llcaclas ??f t lit- wm?b prprided. ( Bey. | j"U ?t* EXCURSIONS, PIC N ICS Ae. Iy *TPOBT EXCURSIONS^ eliLn.-,MM' *iu"r rUU,AT. J 1KB 13, U73, the SrSSSS* abti f?vi?riir ?t'*uii- r K K i - rt>BT will t'lnnimc her rf>tiil?r ?? 7i *M>A* ?'** fridat EVEN *? ? f P"*>?"C, lH?v Wharf ll , ? ^ tt oV,f>rl? P ? ? retnrninif at 'r"?ct!l". "'?,wnicrot UP2 tb?ae exc?r rltfj ...fif"1 P^roniKd by many of onr V e?t citir??ia, who focud intlwoi a cool ai*l pl?a?aut os CJpt.LCmi fh'' h*Vt ,,i<5 ^u,t tit* city. Jfo*fff.K-t Pball Ix- ipure.l dm ing tlie coming ?Vuituer to aiabt Ibem rlearant and urwaUr in r\ery re-pect. Be 5* .Yt*f will be at thf hngx to prevout tUe1 adniission o! any improper cuaia< u-sn. No intoxi catiog liyti. rn ?<>ld. Jl :?ic. da'iriae. and r?fre^li mei?t? on board. Kare, ainele ticket*. 31; ladv ???: ^.VTmu ?iJ* , Ap^,Jr lo W M " BVLB3. ? AMUSEMENTS. |{ A S E U . ATLANTIC v*. WASHINGTON, CRIDAY.JIHI 1^7.1, at 4:l >p.m Adiuie-iuii S<4 Onta. p ^Y*ALfR SEU OPiHi UOtfcC. TilK BBNOWNBD FKAHIMu MOMKEI x. . ^ F?Tnierlr ?f Cali/orina. And Tor tie last Seven Tear* Tio Scar 'iar.! t'ompant in N ?? V <rk A ?OMI'AN V or TW KSn TW O K1K11 CLA&* PaBrokMKK *, r... > ?'???*..-inent of "? 1>AVB u anbold. ... ? AM? CHAtll f Rack i s. AJillap|..?r MuNU VY at Tt:? Op ra Ho**-, U.u appenr MOSpKaY at Tt<- Opera Hott?,.. Will <pp*ar MuN 1>A? at Tb? U?-?ra U >ase, M * "* T'lK KAKKST HOMMJgUCtfg TH*?W" e*v ?ii?s week iu Wa?hiti(rt?Ti ^ Cciits. S. aU secure.! at th." Opera Houae. ;19 3t A ?LvIt'^R,T ^NI> *L"8I( AI. KKTBBTAIN itwiMT n * r r'1? nn? i 'iof ?' MABKs fcH L'H. II. ?UITriAFT 8 HALL, B ^r^t. Jd *treet bCT ?*?.'' i*^''11' "O TU UH8I> A V. Jnue i?t u, le'rl.^i'.it i* ,P m" A,1ra'-''>B.?!,(>uta. Straw ijerri'-i' aid reani at city pr:ce- j'*IS-2 " (H*. ri**8T ORCHiiT^,^ ?PW,i rt Hr.KHWAKT / F..>nih(, a, Ph. . Thi? ir?wrr i ix4 ^iir'n1^ ? , , ,st of rep aD himense orchestra, wtl, di unn, crmUlj, aijd Lhiuics complete Cnueerts dally au i lik'htl* and har properties of the ftnrtt ch?racter The p'uj." He pr? cordially itiTited, free of chars'. j. 16 f"> OLD Bo J Ob Eihlbitipn 4^* < Bad ?nl? Js,4^ **? Bl \ AT fTTH 8t a*. ?3? Ttt ?T*U Snw^'rTp IflS'u trgfltt e(.b( . f Odd Fellow's Hail ^' A*^ lirre^t S ^F' ?u*T"ii1K,> CbroinoSj Ac. jS&jJsrjjss'sa, &?iz. . -^?"tti t>>t > %?? and HaicbT. lai ty" CAST-OFF WBASING AP PAKIL CAD tc ROld to thy TAft hj-it arfvBntftaA ?T ndCrwsin* or ealiTcTon JC8TH ^ sa ??.. DonfFtaold Furnlttrt bonitt inds.ld Hotw br mtii IBKR^WS.?'" ??TS^"iyi !?? _ ,,u, Tnivtiim bags, IN GEB.^T YaEIETY AT VCKY LOW* PRIOBS UA RNBSS. A fuM st- k t?f U ?rL. s? ot ..or own make ?nd an'.i'f^k r^'T'T' T, ,h' Harl.e*, *?' r'"e Hartley aud Truuksunde SiL!* IfflVlHL- V *'< C't} f*"* C0NCO KO II \R TV? " AEh, ? h'cli we are -eiliug at Cou MGSZ- d Onrneas room ta sat ond story IJB SI'RK or TUB NAME AND Hl'MBBB. j,.|l lru P*NN3TLVA*fA"BNCB. _jen liv N> M t.. Xational Hxtal. <?1>P FEET . __ , AND FRB'jCBNT EXERCISE i"rl??,x 'i th beit p: o ?ervati*?-> o| tM<th physical and tuental haaitu, aud Cob?f(|?eut U'kful&i-M ftiid LONGEVITY, thcn^ i. n.^er..., . cntjie frotii tar and near tonsil i kn"?rn Chiropodist. N?. .? If *',iW States Treaa ury. <1 a?hinir?. ti ? t. , for relief from Corns. Biiw iona, Troiibieaoin" Nails, and other ,lis. a^ s of tb? f^et ftnd ftUiae a- t. smtal.le tittm* sh-ea. H.s tr. atint-nt giueran> ai\e? iioinediate ?nd pamlr** relief, ant ?r? m extreni- < a-es. if :?.|.e b<!t suttu l.le?h.?? are ?oru.oftenelTacts a perfect cure T fie f. ei l^-irig used so constantly n-<-d occasional *tie.. tio-i, at.d as there lsdai.^. rin tauiperinf; with Orna Ti * w? * knife, razor, or other uu-uit r.'? WDC'"-1 h"of th<> intelligent por tiot) of thecommnnity visit the practical!* exneri enced t hir>.p.<)i-t in order to l.-tt-Tinilre sl^t? et< n. giy ot time, comfort, and health je7 IM TUB " E*AM1 tr ?OLD 8PCCTACLB. ORLT 0S, H B. B EMPLEB, Opt lei 4* [I>1*: LIME! LINE) PEST W OOD BCKNT LIMB at SI per barrel delivered U, all parU of tbe ctty! Wrel, m, . THOMAS FABBT.lOth attest, M"*" n*nr La. hsbbs, nortBwuat. O T I C B . ?T MrCUIN. County Constable. Debta Prompt Eat urns. Collection of claims of all kinds r?apectfnl|y aollclted. Offlce with jns ate'u*n.nai.'.'y"- nff.T' 1873 ??**??'*!"*? j<i73 SUMMER STYLES OP BLAl'B ALPACA COA^H. DBAS DTTB COATB. DIAOONAL MOBA1B COATB, FBBBCB BBAGB COATS, LI4.HT COLORED STRIP ED ALPACA COAM A- STMAl'S. iktClsthirr, l?ll PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, PtB ir Between loth and 11th ?tf?B?. t'BANKLIH SPOT _ lu>, m oriiciANs. nnn Ha. lB'iT PiixfiLUlU Anurias Oeuaiae lruillan Pabbla Spartartaa ianl*-tr f|'HB ELLIPTIC TOKB 8HIBT ta pro no u uca I t) thousands of aesrtn to be the fiacfsc Hon of altraanca and comfort. Tba !>?? afi entt 11>? enables me to Si any torm, or drTorsaity J with abaointe precision, lu tbe matter of M-, fA r _r. a w a? IOT IHIWWTmi mmmr s terials aud inannfarture. experience aaabiaa I aasssfsSwSf? Mf iMar uik wni. a| EVENING STAB., Washington New and Gossip. IiisutAL R av irvk.?The receipts from tU> source to-Jay were &i. O. S. WtitiT, of iblidty, ban been promoted 1 om second to a first lieutenency in the marine irps. The U. S. steamer Plymotth has arrived s:Xew York from a four years' cruise In the fediterranem. Sw rktary Bk- knap retHrned to this city his morning, and was at his desk in the War department. President (Iuast, accompanied Vy Qenerat B?lf?ck, returned this morning on the early train. Secretary Fish called, and kad quite an extended interview. Jrooi: ?ki ndb, city postmaster, bii been authcrir.ed by the PoAmaster General to nomi nate Ave additional letter-carriers, their ap pointments to take effect July 1st next. The wife of Governor Claflin lias tendered to Vice President Vfllnon the use us her summer cottage at Coliasset, Mass., that be may there rest itml recuperates.: tiring the warm season. A tM'JI petit IV E IXAMISATJOS to till by origi tal appointment seven or e ght vacancies of thiwl assistant examiners in the Patent "ftict'*. will be held at the Interier Department the larter part of m-tt week. Ai-i?oirtm*nt and Promowan.?Kiehard Kellj has been appointed chief clerk of the < fficeoi foreign mtuls, Post Office I'epivtment. from July 1st next, at a salary ot" S2.<?)0 per year. W . T. KaroWasch, translator, baa ben piomjted from 3d to 4th clerk In the ->a m e office, vice Kelly, firemote'l. Competitive Ki am in ation The board of exam ners of the Treasury department have is sued a notice that a competitive exanii nation of applicants trom other grades of the group, tor the ptirjose of tilling three vacancies in clerk ships of class four, and two vacancies in clerk ships of class three, will be held on Wednesday, -'?Mli iust., beginning at 9 o'clock a in. Proposals for Po>t Office and registered p?ck> ge envelopes were opened at the P. O. Department to-day at noon. The contract was awarded to Oeorge F. Nesbitt ,V Co., New York. The other bidders were ?). Terhune, jr., Chicago; S. Raynor A" Co.. New York; .John C. Parker, Washington, D. C.;Morgan Knvelo;>e comptnv. Springfield, Mw.; George If. Keay, New York. 0 P?">STAL A RUAMi?Mt>iT \OTH CAW ADA.? The Post <ithee department to-day concluded an arrangeineut w:th Canada by which their postal cards, with nn additional one-rent Eng lish stump attached, will be deli vert a in any I art of the I'nited States, tlie Canadian auth orities agreeing to deliver American portal cards with an extra (American) one-cent stamp attached, lti any part ot' Canada. THIfHlWA* NO formal Ca KtNET MKETIW., to-<lay, though all the heads of departments were in consultation with the President, every member of the Cabinet being in Washington. The President will leave this citv for Lone Branch to-morrow evening. The Cabinet otfi rfrswere not In general consultation with the President, but called at different times during the day. and transacted mainly routine business of their respective offices. Mr. Koheson read to the President his report on the Polaris investi gation. No Letter-Carrier System ?<>r Gkore toik ? <m the return of the Postmaster Gene ral from Klkton, Md., this morning the petition of citizens of Georgetown for the establishment ol the free delivery system in that city, together With a couuter petition, was presented to him for consideration. In view of the fact that a ditlereuce of opinion exists among the citizen* of Georgetown IP reference to t> rtrItT? system, tie will refuse to tale *hy action in the matter at present. Had the eJrttVhave fhe ??r.!!ar 1 !net w,th f"> opposition he wow id doubtless have given Georgetown in creased postal lacili^j, ??w?wn m ArKdKTSIESTS BY THE PRESIDENT The President to-day made the following ap pointments. Win. S, Octrees, of New Arizona, agent for the Indian Marquis Peublo agency in Arizona. Win. F. Amy, of New Mexico,"In dian Agent of the Navajo agency, N. M. Hen ry Kay Myers, of Alabama, L'niied States Con sul at Hamilton. Ontario. Adam Nise, Col lector Internal Hevenue 3d district of Illinois; Josiah Andrews, Collector Internal Revenue M district or Michigan, O. O. Howari, Jau es C. Palmer, and .Joseph K. Barnes, visitors to the government hospital tor the insane, John M. Rhodes, 3d lieutenant; J. H. Kodgers, 1st lieutenant, and H. S. Stnrges, of Md., 1st lieu tenant, of the United States marine corps. The Stanley Exploring Expedition A letter dated at Bismarck,on the Missouri river, *th instant, mentions that Lieutenant Fred Grant was expected there that evening. A telegram from the same place, dated nth inst., says that the surveying party was to start on Monday. General Sheridan is about to build cavalry quarters at Fort Lincoln to winter the 7th cavalry regiment after its return from the j?re*ent expedition. The steamer I'eninali, n ith over 3ft0 tons of government freight, was to start on the 15th ot June, and the steamer Key West, with about *>0 tons, on the Prth. to go from Bismarck up the . ellowstone river to convey supplies for the expedition. These steamers will test tire question of the u&vi'ja bility of the Yellowstone. Naval Orders.?Surgeon A. A. Hockling to temiorarv duty at NaTal Acad imy Detached? Capt. J. C. Beaumont from the navy yard, Washington, on the ii3d inst., and ordered to hold himself is readiness tor the command of the Powhatan; Commander W. W. .ieen from the Naval Oliservatory on the ?'d inst., and ordered to the navy yard in Washington, as temi>orarv executive orticer; Acting Assistant Surgeon .1. W. Kl.stow from the naval station, Mound city, and ordered to special duty under Commander J. A. Greer; Second Assistant En gineer K. D. Taylor from the naval station, League Istand. Pa., and ordered to the Wyom ing; Second Assistant Engineer F. W. Tcwn row from the navy yard, Philadelphia, and or dered to the station at League Island, Pa. Personal?Holmes E. Ottley, chief clerk of the Navy department, has resumed his?H:cial duties. A. B. Mullett, suj?ervlsing archi tect otthe Treasury, has returned from an ex tended western tour of observation. ???? Leav e of absence tor six months has been graf ted Major John V. DuBois, 3d cavalrv, on surgeon's certificate of disability. - " - Fred. Douglas had an interview with President Orant this morn ing. ?* ? Among the arrivals at the Arlington to-day were Gen. W. W Belknap. Secretary of War, accompanied by his sou and niece; Hcus. I.yrnau Tremaine, Eli Perry, aud J. H. Ram sey, wMi large delegation trom Albany; Hon. Marshall Jewel). I'. S Minister to Kuiisia; Gen. Bnfus Ingalls, and Hon. Stephen Preston, Min ister froK Hayti. The ariLniNO of residences for the foreign mincers and the Senators and Representatives in Cowgreae, at the e^>ense of the government* and staiteeto which they belong, has always baen a tavorrte part of the comprehensive scheme of beautifying the capita, and with respect to the ministers tEe first step lias heen taken. Minister Thornton has been authorised to build a suitable residence Cur himselfanj his successors, receiv ing the characteristic admonition that tke home government looked for solidity and comfort, without ostaotation. Before the change of ad ministration in Frauce, tke Marquisde Noailles, who had enooantered great difficulty in obtain ing a saHablr residence, on arriving here last year, had takes prelim may measures towards obtaining from Lis government a similar author ization to that seeelved by Uir Edward Thorn ton. ami bapes-stiU to repeiee It. His plans are understood to be more ambitWus than those of the British legation. National pride will compel the great empires of Geraaay and ltussia to follow the lem* of EMiiiml ami France in pro viding bouses for their ministers, and but for its internal dissenstons Spain, which usually main tains a large and distf&^oished corps of secreta ries and attachi s, woule not be beMml the rest. There are no present means of ascertaining the disposition of the Austrian and TarkiMi govern ment*, bat it is net regarded as probable that they would move la the matter at preheat. The main poiat of the aigumeat for state residences for Senators and Repreeentahres Is, that if pro y lded with frea dwellings and adequate i they woald bring their families to Washington with them, and lead honest llrce in all reapeeta.? Ii'cuk. trial' fk-tten GUtx. ??re Border Outrages. DlPUDATIWia BY MEXICANS AMD IIDUKjl. The supervising special agent of the Treasury department hv received the following report from the local agent at ?1 Paso del Norte, Texas: El pAeo del Norte,Texas, May 31,1SJ3. Sir: I have the honor Id submit the fo'.lowing as u.v monthly statement of custom affairs in the district of K1 Paee del Norte, Texas New Meiioo, for the month ending this day Since my last report there ha* been no im provement in the matter of receipts on account of customs. On the contrary, there hn-> been a decrease in the business of the entire dbtrict. w fir m heard front through the modi itn of weekly cMk statements, and m heretofore, the reports of deputies are burdened with act* of violence and spoliation committed by l-n>tlen? arid Mexican*. Here, in Kl Paso, I have to recotd an act of cattle stealing on a scale of greater aiagnitade than usual. On the *th nmtam there was stol?-n and driven t? the Jlex ican aide of the Rio Grande an head of Texas rattle, a portion of the herd belonging to Momts. Head & Brother, who were en roate with tliem for San Augustine, New Mexico. Thm theft was committed bythroeor foHrdlfferent parties, who stampeded and creased f rom 19 to SO bend each. according to strength of party and op|>or tonity Through the assistance of the-Gene Po litico, at El Paso, Mexico, and his various dep uties, about MO head were recaptured and returned to owners. The remaining LWU were driven Into the mountain*, scattered, killed, And otherwise made wav with, se that tk?re are no present or future prospects of further re coveries. It is not claimed that this roUberv wis com mitted by Mexican eltiren? altogether, for it has lx*n ascertained that Mexicans of the American side of the honler were instrumental In bringing about the stampede, if not the originator- of the entire sclierae. ThV Arctic Vsjagf of (be iaalata. Commander I). L. liraine, who is to take charge of the Juniata n the search for the Polaris is in Washington, preparatory to receiv ing hU final instructions- Tbe necessary chvts for the vojage have already been for warded. The farthest point north the vessel is wrilarod to proceed is Northumberland Island, although it is not thought by experienced seamen ac quainted with the Arctic waters that the boa* will reach a point tartber nortli than Capi Vork. A few days since Commodore Wynian. Ik charge of the Hvdrographic Otflce of the United .state? Coast Survey, notified the Navy department that in the vicinity of Virgin Bocks and Heps Kyden rock, on the coast of New Foendland, the chart Indicates 13 fathoms of waUif, and that an English barque baa reported only 4)j fathoms. In view of this fact, the Department is preparing additional instruc tions. ordering Commander Hralne upon his return from the coast, to examine the rocks, make oari tul surveys, and report to the Secre tary of Liie Navy the result of his tabors. The Polariw Beporl. The Secretary of the Navy to-day read to the President the report of the board of examiners wilh reference to their review of the testimony of the survivors of the Polaris. Although the review was completed last night, the board nm.ie several technical changes at a?ub;*c<judiit meeting. The review Is preluded by a letter of transmittal to the President; then follows the results of the investigation, accompanied bv the several statement* of each individual sur vivor, together with tbediarv of Sergeant Myer, winch *as kept by him while on the iee-doe. These several statements are very voluminous, and make a bulky package, at present in the custody of the Secretary, hut which will be fiirnh-hed to the Associated Press to-night. The report of the board is not very long. Senators who have Ketcknkd their Back Pat?The followingia a complete list of Senators who hare returned their back pay: Henry B. Anthony, B. I.; Thomas F. Bavard, I>el.; Zachariah Chandler, hlich.; Kugene < ssserly, Cel.: Keuben K. Fenton, N. V.; Thos. W. Ferry, Mich : T. D. Frelinhuvsen, N. J.; Hannibal Hamlin, Me.; Daniel D. Pratt. lad.; Carl Schurr, Mo.; John Scott, Penn.; Charles Sumner, Mads.; Aden G. Thurman, Ohio, and Henry Wilson, Ma*.: 14 In all. The above list shows that 8of the 4!) republicans, 3 of the 7 liberal repnoM^rj. ?P4' 2 Cf 111? l" democrats in the Seimt? at tim* nf it? vnta ????? salkrV ?lUCstion. have returned their pay to the Treasury. Mr. Corbett is understood to have given his back pay towards the building of the Washington monument. The total amount of ' back pay" returned to the Treasury is $192,01?..*!, and the number of Senato;., "ftuj representatives who declined to r^eive it is 4t **uOTHEitwi??.?Ex-Got. Henry A. i*e, of \ lrginta, delivered the annual address fore the literary society ot Koanoke college Tueniay night, 011 the subject ol the physical structure ot the domain of the United States, and its probable effect in the future upon the progress. power, peace, commerce and consti tution of the government. He advocato<t the construction of the Jatnes' river and Kanawha canal as a belt of union, and advanced the the ories that had the Mississippi flowed east and west the south would have never been whipped; that slavery had been a blight upon southern industr> and prosperity; that the large planta

tion system was anti-commercial and anti niamifactural, and that was the reason why no great commercial metropolis had sprung up at the mouth of the Chesapeake bay. North Carolina Pkaowbs.?The Enthdd (N. C.) Times savs: "In a few weeks Gen. K.-tes will commence shipping peaches to the north ern markets. Last year, during the months of .Inne and duty, this gentleman shipped three thousand beshels, for which he recei ? ed fun -y prices. We believe that the peariies from his orchard ar.d from one at Bidgewav are the very first to reach New Vork, being several weeks ahead of the Delaware crop." Arrt?t of a Dishonest Mail Aoent.? William M. Smith, mail agent between-lack son, Miss., and Humboldt, Tenn., wa? arrested for robbing the mails, and brought before a United States commissioner at Memphis, who committed him in default of #10,000 bail. Wnen arrested a ntimber of letters were found on htm. ileraid they were aodressed to parties in th? habit of receiving money, and tnat he intended to open them. I.eoal Anarchy in Utah?The continued con diet between the territorial atid federal courts ot Utah, It is stated,has reduced the terri tory to a ootiditlon of anarchy. The enforce ment of Uw by federal authority is out of the <|iiestion, as it is impossible to obtain juries lor tuose courts. There seems to be no prosf>ect of relief from the dilemma except by such act of Congress as was urged at the last session, but neglected by that body. Ltncmino a Horsk Thief Jos. C. Howard, arrest?><i at St. Louis for stealing horses In Franklin county, was taken up to Pacific City on Monday night to be placed in jail at Union, tbe connty (cat. He was pat into a calaboose at Unten, and about 9 p. m. an armed mob of some *00 men took him out and hanged him. He made a confession implicating several other men in horse stealing, who hare escaped. National Division S. or T The National Divudon of the 8ons of Temperance commenced their twenty-ninth annual session in New Vork vestoeday. Almost every state is represented The delegates include several colored men. The annual reports show a flourishing condition of the orvler. Tbe session wlil last several days. A grand reception came off last night at th? academy of music. A Massachusetts Mtrder Mvstbrt Jacob Penticost has been missing from hie home in Gloucester, Mass., since Friday, and is supposed to have been murdered, as his shirt, soaked in blood, and cut in a number of places about ttie neck, was found on Saturday. Search is being made for him, but netting definite has yet been found. STrPENDOt s FEArns?The Baleigh <N. C.) News mentions the rumor that District Attor ney Badger, in investigating the frauds <n the collection of United States taxes in that district, has developed stupendous fraud* of loag stand uig, by which the government has been de lta aded of large sums. fU'saiAN .SiccEsees m Khiva.?Dispatches from St. Petersburg report the success of th Kussitn expedition against Khiran. Several engagements bad occurred, in which tbe Khl vanese forces were defeated, and at the last ad vices the head of the raiding column was only twenty-five miles from Khiva. Tb* latest reform in the school discipline of Boston is that "in no easeahall eorj oral pun ishment fre inflicted on any eeholar for any of fense until at least twenty-four hours after the offense is committed Mr which?ach punishment is Inflicted." OrBOttM InwiriiD.-rbere is no doubt that John Gordon was dte m wderer of his brother's fhmMy atTborndlke, New Hampshire. The little boy who was woe Med has recovered suflisieetif to give his evidence, and states that bis que)*struts him am the head with an axe. TELEORAMB TO TH g STAB Tkb iRtraMil DUMtckdi ? ? ? ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS. *?w y? ALLINTl) ATTEMPT TO CEPJIAUD fHI MTE MM. New VnRK.>l'JM II.?The fti&tom authori ties arc making an investigationinto an attempt todefrand the revonne Wy wt?t is ?hw*c?r iced as a heavy and hitherto respectable mer cantile tioase. It wn? that the bouse Inrol v?*d Imported from HoJdersfield, Rd|1?uJ, twelve large raws of fineTdexican shawl* and -Lipped them to Mexico,seven of which wore slap;**! to to this port and Invoiced from Mexico at a shawl. An examination showed that the invoice valve of the shawls at Hudders&eld was !<?# shilling* sterling, or about 1,000 per cent more. The goods are now In the seizure room of the custom house. V IB RA1LEOAP TEANSrOltT ATtON rW'IILn. Aii anjourned meeting of lite busine* men in terested in the.soUitiou of the railroad trans. 5 ortation problem whs held yesterday, anda per manent organisation effected by th<? election of W m. l?uryea chairman and F. B. Thar her sec retary. The organization Is designed to be an active And influential auxiliary to American cheap trans|iortatiim. The association was organised by the producer's convention held in the Astor House in May. the international billiard toirnamemt. I>alv, I'bassv, I>eery, and Garnier. all the plaverj' to take' part iii the international bi! liard tournament, were present at a mot-ting vesterday, to make final arrangements. The tournament will be opened Mon lav evening by a game of 300 points between Cvrille l?ion and .loe l>eery; alter which Maurice Daly and Francis Cbassy will play. The winner of the cup must play a game of 000 points every sixty days until February, IT'S, if challenged, for and the cup. "and if still the winner, to be declared the champion of the world. THE1KHTMAN TRAKU IN ITALIA* CHII.pr.EK. Consul General Lucca, of Italy, publisher a card, asserting that the suffering* of Italian children brought here as slaves have not been exaggerated in the least, but so t'ar from his be ing to blame in the natter, be has heen dwmg his utmost to stop th- inhuman traffic. As one result the Italian Parliament has just pamedan act making tripling in children a felony. and severely punishing, not only those who employ them, but parents who consent to their emplov , inem. colored men for folicemen? At a secret meebiig ot the police commission ers yesterday. It Is said a resolution w:u? adopt'*<1 that claims of colored citizens be recognized by the appointment of 25 able-bodied colored men as patrolmen of the police department. The commissioners will not say yet whether the resolution was or w as not adopted. THKRE WERE 18 Itl IIS Pi.R (Mill) to-dav. amounting to 94.210,000, at from II" : to lla.Kf ^. The amount sold was *2,000,000, which weut at 115.2?: to ll?;.s8'j. A POLYUAXOira CHAP (;eorge P. Kvans, arrested for bigamy, and also on a civil suit brought by P K Barnwell ftu $lo,(KNi damages, and lo<lged in the Tombs, is charged with having three wives living, via: Almira Davis, daughter of wealthy Itoston pa rents; a daughter of N 1> idger. of iioston; and alio a daughter of Mr. Barn well, the prosecu tor. He was al*out eloping with another young laly when be was overhauled. Arizona Indians ou tli?* War l*:?tii. INDIAN At. EN T LAHRABEK CAN STAND THE PU ESS I" RE. San Francis*-o, June 1A?1The correspond ent of the Sacramento r <inn, writing from Tucson, Arizona, says Major O. F. Ltrrabee, special United States Indian agent at San Car los reservation, where the last uprising oc curred, in wluch l.ieut. Aliay was killed, had arrived in Tucson, fearing his life would be taken il he remained on the reservation. He has turned over the ludian agencv .o the mili tary authorities, and appointed Major Brown as acting a?ent until the authorities at Wash ington make other arrangements. Some two hundred Indians left the reservation after the killing of Lieut. Almy, and have not yet re turned. Last week fourteen Apaches took sixty mules from Joseph Parsons, a miller living this ?tide Of Magdaleua, in Sonora, Mexico. Par sons sent out three parties in pursuit. T wo of the third making a | short cut to the Ari^,na line, tn the belief th*? 1 ue xu "Tis were from Arizona, as heretotore, and when they encamped the Indians recap tured the mules and a lot of United States army blankets. Another party of Apaches made their appearance on this side af the Arizona line, killed stock of farmers and escaped (hin?M Striker*. PiTTPBfftn, June 1!'?Shortly before 12 o'clock last night an Erie express train arrived in this city with one car tilled with Cliiuese strikers from Beaver Falls, numbering 99 men. Thev were under charge of Chow Hung, who headed the first lot that came to Beaver Falls. They were also accompanied by Wall Ly. who headed the third imi>ortation. They are on the way to Cincinnati and from thence to New Orleans, where part of their number will de part for San Francisco. They appear to have no engagements at any other place, but will work at anything they cau find to do. Chow Hung and Wah Ly state that the trouble at the cutlery works was caused by Ah Pay, who wm their treasurer, withholding from six to eight dollars per month from each. The party left at 4 o'clock. ? O From Knrope To-day. BELG1VM DON'T WAKT OES.CLCSERET. Loudon. June 19.?The special correspondent of the London Teltfjr<n>h At Brussels, in a dis patch to that paper, says the Belgian govern ment has refused General Cluseret, thorrenrli communist, a safe conduct to visit Belgium. The correspondent also says: Gen. Cluseret was further informed that if he came into the coun try he would be arrested and surrendered to the French authorities. rAVIWO OCT TIT K CABLE. London, June 19 A disoatch from on board the steamship Great Ka tern dated at noon yesterday reports that up '-o that hour 44 > nnles of cable bad been paid onr. The Great lias' ern was then in latitude 5i.iP) and longitude 2<?. 3t>. Kail road S uasli I'p. St. Lone, June 19.-V die a train with two I engines attached, belonging to the Missouri. Kansas and Texas ialii umI, and a train with one engine belonging to ' iie St. I/Otiis. K insts City and Northern nu'. oad.were running a one' train ou the Hannil .1 and St -Joseph rail toad. a few miles from Kansas City, on Satur day last, they collated wUb a. train ruan ng west, and the lour lo< omotives were almost destroyed. Several sto< k cars were smashed. The lour engineers wer-j more or less injured. It is thought the injuries to one of them, named Snvder, will terminate fatally. The loss by the destruction of the engines and cars is estimated at about *15,0o0. Serious Cbsrse Again*! a l*a*tor. Wheeling, W. V , June 19.?Rev. Mr. l.ampe,of this city, pastor of /.ion's church, and teacher of (krm.i'i In the public school.-, was arrested yesterdaj for an attempted rape on a girl 12 years old,? ue of his scholars. He denies the cnarge and 'ias given bail. A Veto. Philadelphia, June 19?Mayor Stokley lias vetoed tbeordiuance appropriating *300,000 for the improvement of Fairmount park, out of the balance of the loan issued for the purchase of land. He tbifck* it unlawful to transfer monies -aiaod for a ?peciliod object to other purpose*. ^ ItegMtatK Sam Francisco, Jure 18?Negotiation* for the sale of 4ba interest of U. P. Huntington and his partner Hopkins in the Central Pacific rail roau have been renewed. Although some pre liminaries bare been eottlsd, no sale has yet been consummated. Manslaughter. i?A, X V " CawANDAtcr a. N. V*., Jane 19 ? Albert B WilHams, a eoldier, indicted for murder at Fort Niagara, and who has been in jail for two years, pleaded guilty to man?laughter, and was to-dav sentenced to the Albany penitentiary for one year and to pay a fine of W??. A Pauper Alt Burned. Sprieopij?>, mass., June 19? The Careea paper mill, at South Hadley Falls. Mass., was almost wholly dettroved by lire tbis morning. Lobs, fan.flOO;"fully Insured. A Ma* who was Hanged ron Ft > T'irly vesterdav morning. Harry itoott, coloiv.i, uf North Bergen, was found hanging to a lamp post at Clinton and Paterson avenues by Philip Pittie, who cut%im down in time to save bis life. The colored man's story is that be had been visiting some friends In West Hoboken, and had started to go heme slightly tuxler the influence of liquor, and while near the post he was accosted bv three strangers who, for fun, bung bim up to die.?fi. T. fun, 19tk. n tar A bill bas been introduced in i LOCAL_NEW? IMw U|iagM II am UMb. Va IV Bjfnibin of Hiram IaIw. P. A. A. M , No. 1?. ami delegations Ooiu other Masonic or gartiatlons of this ctty. returned from their trip to Hamilton. Va., about 9 o'clock U-t night, where they bad spent the day vmb-rOtv a* guests ot Hamilton Lodge, No. 37, aad parti cipated in the ceremonies of taring the corner stone for the w? hall at that place. Hiram lodge took along about one hundred tneni!?er>. with a band of muftc; Columbia Commander*. So. 2, was represented by some thirtv Sir knights, who joined ia tbe rank* ef the Old Dominion ComiaandCTy.nl Alexandria. m Oung altogether about sevsnty Knight* In unl'orm forming a rerr respectable escort to Lh<- other Masonic bodies, and headed by IbincliV band, ot tidy ctty. which was engaged by tbe Oid 1H? minion Con>mandery. Tbe two trains ?oiitain ing tbe visitors arrived at Hamilton about 10 o'clock and marched directly to the ?itr ot tbe hall, escorted by the Templars, and were wel corned by Grand Master Withers and other members of tbe Grand l^odge of Virginia. The ceremonies of laying tbe corner-stone were 'ben perfornied by Grand Masters Withers, alter which the guests were invited to a grove in tbe neighlmrhood, where a stand and seats had l>eeu erected. ??n assembling Grand Master Withers announced tltat Uieorator for the occa sion bad disappointed them by not putting in an appearance, an.!, in order thai tbe va*t gather ing be not disappointed. h? called upon W or - shlptui Brother W. II. Siugletou. ot tbe District ot Columbia, to entertain them with an addnw The request was assented to by Mr. Singleton, who made an eloquent and instructive oration, occupying about one hour. The us.tors wen then muted to partake of a.collatioii. wUici had been prepared on tables in the grove, and full justice was doue tbe Virginia dishes. the M atonic choir, of this city, enlivening the occa sion by some of their choice music. At the close of the festivities Hiram l^odge presented Hamilton Lodge with a subscription purae of H'JO towards defraying the excuse* of the new hall, and a further contribution was taken up on the ground, altogether making some three hundred dollars. The ceremonies Of thedav were mutualty pleasing to both visitors and their entertainers, and all expressed themselves well pleased with the trip. Grand Master Stan*bur> and Past Grand M.i-ti r Donaldson ot this city, were present. ? A MrietM Afra*. aad One Nan R?<tl> H tt Pt, As the pound-wagon, accompanied bv the pound-master (Mr. Einstein) and several of bis employes, was in tbe neighltorhood ol 11th an . II streets, about b o'clock last evening. quite a disturbance occurred. in winch Dr H H. B*r ker was severely if not dangerously injured The pound-men claim that at the "time thev were being pursued by a crow.l of l?ov*. one o"i whi m, it is thought, wanted to get his dog from tbe wagon. A1 the i??int named, a bov Wm Bartcer* asked it tbey had any dogs'm the wauon. aad at t-h? same time raised htmaelf to look into tbe vehicle, -losepb < art?*r, one ot the pound-men struck tiie bov with a wh p, and the latter started and ran. but wa? pursued bv Carter, who knocked him down at the earner ot l'-'th street, and commenced to beat him. Mr. ?lames W. Barker, who win watering The street at the time, ran over to remonstrate with the party, and Carter immediately arose and -Tuck at him witb tbe butt end ot his whip. Dr. H. H. Barker, who lives directly op|Hii'.te, went over, and in the scuttle which' ensued his arm was seized by Carters teeth. Mr. Barker seized Carter by the throat and compelled him to looseu his grip, and, as l>r. Barker arose Tyler (another ot the ponnd-men> ran up and dealt him one or two powerful blows with his list, breaking tbe nasal bone?the fracture extending upwards ta tbe frontal bone, mak ing a very serious if not daugerous wound. Officer F.C. Brown, after ascertain rig the laets. pursued the parties, and succeeded iu capturing 1 yler, alter a chase, and subseuaeutly arrested John Carter, H.W.Hawkins. .Jamas Wllbdr, Weyman Brooks, Alonro Perrv. aad Thorn* < oates. Dr Ash lord was calked in to -oe Dr. Barker, and tound (aa above stated' tbe wound to be a very serious one. This morning the ac cused were taken to tbe Police Court, a id were required to give bail in th* sum of So <0 cacti. I?r. Bliss, tbe health officer was at the court this morning, to ascertain the facts in the cat* tor tbe action pf the Bo^rd of Health. ? 4?" I.1TTLF IR1PB IllMHiBAVT* Ai?t ?4V?Tlrt little Irlsb boys, bi others and in migrant-'. aa*d respectively fl and 11 years, who on Tuesday were brought by tbe Inman hue to Castle Gar den, New York, twrned up yesterday in Balti more. unable to proceed to Washington city, whither it would seem they were bo.ntd Their names, so far as could be ascertained in their distracted condition of mind, are Hichaid and David Horan. Tbey were eo nervous and ex cited. however, as to be unable to give any in telligible account of themselves, though 'it is understood tbey expected to meet their father, Michael Hohaii. in Kew York, on their ar rival in this country. In this they were disap]*>iiited. and were put u{>on the tr*in: and lurnishcd with a pass, which thev sup|>osei was to take them through to Washington. I"pon the arrival of the ear? at tbe President street depot yesterday, the pass, it appear*, was taken up. and Um boys were left in Baltimore. They spoke very bad" Knglish, and frightened at finding themselves unprotected in a <trangc city, gave way to tears, in which condition they were found bi several gentlemen of the Hiber nian aocietv, among others Mr. Daniel ?). Fo ley, who called Sheriff George P. Kauo's atten tion to the case. Col. Kane eauscd them to be brought to bis office, and after vainly trying to obtain entirely satisfactory information from them, placed them in charge of Father McCol gan. of St. Peter's church, corner of Hollins and Poppleton streets, who put them with his boys of the parish school, where they will re. main until information has been obtained from Washington city?/?<??(. Sun, In'A. ? BriLDisc. Pkbmits have been issued as fol followssince onr last: Wm. Kobertson. two story frame, corner Mb ami T streets northwe-t; Thos. M rphv. do. addition, I* between 14th ami 1Mb 4xeets; L. Chappel. twelve two-story frames, t- tween 7th and *tUatul H ami I street northeas*. P. C. Barry, two-story brick, P. be tween lota ana 11th; Hon. Geo. Taylor, three story basement and Mansard roof, comer ot I nth ar.d > ew York avenue. SrtT pon ?100,000.?Mcmrs. Wcl<b and Hine have for i.be heirs of Tboiuas Douoho, de ceased (T- S., W. H. and George Donoho) en tered a sirt against Benjamin F. Gilbert lor balance bi purchase money f?r proj?erty on the corner ol : h and 1? streets, conveyed Oti the Stb of Ms v, t?<72. Tbe price agreed upon wa? *130,OtO, t which sum *100,<KK? remains due. Aivah i* Lornot* Cut'STV, Va?Skte^ I k?JUd ?f r. Jettersen Spring, residing a few miles eau j| l.cesburg. one day last week lost eight bhei p bv dogs, in broad daylight; and one of tLi dock in addition has t>een so routed as not tc be found. (And yet the Virginians won't pat' with their worthless ear*.] Sab oj Land?On Wednesday last, Newt' Foster s< d Harris, commissioners, sold the reaiuaec the Blincoe farm. In two tracts?one tract cot 'alnlng ,'T - acres, sold for to per acre, and tbe t tber tract containing 235 acres at 912 l?er sere Miss Virginia Bliucoe purchaser. XHUu '?) a Af i. .- A man namil Watson, ol Jeflerso". countv, West Virginia, died at Lov ettesville on Satunlay fro* tbe kick of a male. Watson, who was enjraged In gathering straw In Ixntdonu for the Hall town paper mill, stopped at Wire's blacksmith shop on Thursday to have one of l is mules shod, and while th is engaged tbe animal gave him a kick in the stomach, from wlikcb death ensued en Saturday.?L**t t,urp Mirror, IMA. All mm Hl'icidb. ? While the Modors were being removed from the peninsula at Tale Lake to Fort Klamath, one of the Indians, known as Curly-headed Jaofc, who surrendered witb t'ie Hot Creek bands to General Davis, at Faircldld's rancbe. shot himself, and bee staoe died. It Is reported taatsocueof the Indians who mere Ironed nearly succeeded in fllinr off tfceir frens, hot were detected In time to pre. vent their escape. ? Ar.VA?(?? OS tbi Cbolsba A dispateh te I he Petersburg (Va)I ndea frosi Bristol, Term., says that tbe cholera made itaappmuance In Gre? nvllle, Tenn., on the 11th instaet. sm<* ?hi- h time there has been nine deaths from the dread disoms. ive ef whieh Mm .lary nigbt, Twenty odd eaaes are now re ?pai()ibjm are uetting on their hi?b sboes. At a meeting tu 6helbv\ ille, bey condemned tbe salarv grab, railroad nioi opoaes and a moneyed aristocracy. The vi ?e tillers ot the *s><l should go oaeelep rt h< r and rt soh agaiaet the cbolera, .< iiuufiiug tough an?' :ligasles. Dava Innicran?The grand jury of tbe court of oyer and terminer. In New York, found an indictment far libel against Charles A. Dana, of the Sun. on the complaint of Wm. H. " Me, who sad him lmfleted 1a Phi lad* Dana claims bis ability to acaiast Kemble. _ Waowaa, tbe Me of Shoals ? cci vkted icKerday at Alfred, Maine, of mar d<r in tbe hist degree. rmrvMrmw #mj m ,h*' L' " rr\yJ *? tPr exempt.on of , ttuttit, pvlapi on* r tt,( stioiigeat Uwum ok, IW? is ao mac* o: lk iluinllT1"^U )?? .* ??t nMR'-d, ? tl <>Mbr to toe ItikMM .u.. <>HMm?SUh. If^rL.toHei, held by ry^y ????*< pa^V^Ss* "d n*Xr.V..??? *''' r'<ljL*r<y apposed ^MU* tto4^ Thus, itortc is a Hmgeam?aid ot ^-UMito ?wne4 t?. ?he rstbotir church which V' wM for other than cfcurcfc ^wotto. which is tti?- fr?w taxa tion ? hich Is ?ffogetlier wrong, stiM again. u ?h* M,1 (nw? eOnncOs ?l\o? Urrn ^Wttons Cf improved r>n>i?rt* which foim iuc?utn tkitrmiM nitU) kn\ ooUidr of the corporatlot:, ?hm Ui*v ot right belong end ^l^tto t* m *!. thus either escepinr taxation another or hivlti* Ml a small emeeivt to pev, InstBMe. ?hr eonv sm ?? Zl! <?<*??+*?**? **erei#no rigtu n, ^. . u U4r ni%ii who Ii4? b?( litti* v?r * stance, ? bouse ought !?*>? u> M. _ ,h *'* ? The ?? &ST* r**>nertv is more improved than the oft!.* a.. oM hullo ng of small ,?!,* Nr jiyrkiwf *?*! |*y*1 ttrttu, *hiw a a,J? n*w brick or lrtor houar u rea 1;% lui.n.v^i ^ carife the former Is rrs.lc t?. io,.i ' fT" or dlle,.Mated Here to one otV V '<?? ttfh? iSTT E7 wfc< S2-J -< T<mg u^r ? ?* "* Tfcf Croat roll* <?( |hr is,,?ltta.. ? bail Till * mil ownTHfitrvr >r. . , _ *<"? TO WAOlk? T.. fit K htmrfT IK. Star Permit mo ?*??>....i. c*ri u,*te?> I'*!*' W inquire ?[ ^tfr cttlwns are so lost to their real re, .Jr . H. Permanent prosperity a. te Jlnw th- .lt^ 52? ?r? Po,"m" r,w ?" ??*??? "Van ?.?*U. Ibt watei pint at U>well *?*- ^only #??"" iior*-, ?,,4 ? ttEXJELxr*** ^ i el" *-M.000,twin manufactures, M L \ng pro.tuee,t a rapi.ltr row'iu ,. , ? tortv thon*an<1 fnbabitant# ' A! the tireat Va'bi of the ro^onjA.- oar ?.? 7*r IT,7rVun"* th? throe <lry ra .n-Jiv I une ??a1>. ana AngW.i >? at?oiit !:,Oim hot^e arTl ?M.iol to ntnriitif ^-.oan sp-n iU An.lTunni 1 * '1 '? which we tuti ??iri- calculate *1""'2""' ? l^woH la ** miles from Boston, and It Is s * ba? <lone more to Htjih ui. ?n,t n-r. tnarifntl? prosper -The H-.b ' t|,"n .nrthh, .T rh h** cwntrlbnte.1 ?., t^e orow tV ?u1 wealth of that *reat wmmer, ale t? Vb e MKKAT FALL* OF Ttir fOTuJIA. aie c.lr u mtloa abor. Wellington, m4 h. arallable tbau w\, tUe wmto^fwrr ot the Mrrnmar. rrota which r..well sprang and ri mnsl.iM Bel. th.< ^reat est armlable w?ter-power in ?h? t'nite.' -npp'le. or jj' '^'tber ^^.nlteVnl w"u> Tv* a.'.d aU>n'? 1 \r ^ "" th- th*~ V ^fTe! of ?opor.or m?n and cool- ?., two - rA'u "?oTSl^ ' ^Mt ????actn^l; . 1,1 * .> ^bef?reat falls, on t??' A*)r , ? <? ?bo Pvtomac. nature b*.- fu^n'.iT i i? '? ? rttr. an.I ^ I'J&t all the material ot hand for ?. ?m,, . we hear in nun.1 thateniier cr h ' ! , i t!i?> rari that tor everv ]&?**-?. ^'". '" 'j" ?'?"Horod ta niannfacfnrn:S t?tl, .1 ... I, ', lent gooils, there will ?ccr^e I.**,. we con.i.K tail to pereelee t! ,? tn. t J* ,r'? ilr ?' l?e? as a great cltr at the F '!. yr.,n? <'or barlior toone of the b?t on the A"?nt,. SLS",*."-"? w^"!i*hl?r^ 'V- can !?" miTto .. iStfar. ^53r,s;?^?'';lr ' tloattBg snch resseN a? 4| , ?^v nharvesot tioorirotoa,, B,.?,|-tho c* I cau soon mM ?iwuble tra. k mUwavo tf.er^i v turui-Li'.j; every ttea"- ?< tran?p,,rU'j?u ttiois?p!?I * a<Jvaii!:tge? w?n i. lt that tue Great falls continne tobe idl. ' ui \ boet, makino n?nv "T flrS. dfl? hVJ?1? nioiiu in a?<i around our citr w ith n? t^T?r ^ti^SStiKu2^u' be*,,,T wl" - o? bT?' Great Fiilif ?re on'.r about 43 tu.i?s t>nm Baltimore, which cin.w th ber :iu.ue"^!rel?? and itHlonittable enter|>rise. ran ea?'U i-?ihh>-i therewith by d.rect r'a. war .,\l ?K yy ^ done *4ioyid her to mr rhaae that water power , J thJla*El J??w considering. And in this event where will Georgetown a?Hl Waab ngton sta.nj- lZ onr rejneniber that tbe Great Falls are to rt^av ft5l?."2ilI*l'*kU roa,e of ,J,t "*? <! fr <MBv i^aren. *rtbe of tho votoo o( T?? krtR wh.-n affiled to tlie'r, droaaol ot gricvanoea aua the ^upproosion ot m inces, r? ,f -vou/:'?ct w tbe meJ'ani for c.ti:.ng the attention of the "powers that be" to the mn? annoying of all the many nai?*n< >? ? Tistin^ u e. oomer U** tma. Any one who has i-rer rmliM ?B tiu! cornet ol a pt ib. ij*l street in a c..ttit?ctl* Imlt city cannot tail to ?j n?pathi?e with <5 onr attUction. t?n week dan an<1 night* esj* eiallr theae warm night*' the corners of the strecta liiterNectiBg our principal thomuzlitaroa are infected by a clans ot loafers who take rxm be^;on. Dot only ol the corner-, l?ut of the twe line*, ot premises occupied by respectable families and there pottr out a continuous stream of language eucb a? would ah*me the u, mates of a lunatic wylnm. ??atbs of the most wicked kind and outrageon* biaaphemiea are iree!? V,<3, f? c*t' *"? langiitgo the Most indecent t? fairly ahouted into Uic earn of Mnh unfortunate ladies as m*y Ivo driven by tbe exm-me heat to seek lY.-fi a:r on the stoops or bal.onn-s of thHr rtrsiaencwi. But Sundav seem- to be the "b-riefet ut^ht" of our natural enemies, tho loal'. r , (and. b> the way. tlie hoot-blatks torm no iii.'on>..leraMe portion of theae enemies ofdfv-er< v ard tomes, tic comtort.) On Sutidava tbe rrow;is of hlack guaidf above meuttoned lair iv take p,?ww>,.n ol the Cornell-, a.do-walka. and, iu many instances, the doors-teps of private re?.deuces' and there gratify their depraved nature* bv 'lie recital or obscene anecdotes and a general run ot conversation of the moat indeoem hind. 'an it he poaaible that there are iu our legis lative bodies men who have not ohaerved this growing evil, or can it lie that the tendency of the times iaauch that nuisances instead 01 being al-ated are to be encouraged .' Speak, ob mighty power of the press, unto the understanding ot our legislators and Ciu* them to rush through snch a bil! as will put oot ot existence tbe greatest nuisance of the age?corner loafing. Makv Scrmi Rn. Georgetown, June 18th, li<;i. A Brcsh Wam Till Siorv?A spe ial dis patch receivesM.ijiicsjk)ii? from Bi?ruarck. on the northern Pacific rallroa<t>ji>fS>Ta 'hat the northern Pacific anrve^1ry^p?rt\ . which left Lincoln Tncsdav aoruiti/Twheti about two mib-s out from the latter i>>4cef were quacked bv about 150 Sioux I tiJisJt* Two companies of infantry and a detach Blent of cavalrf cam*' to their aid. and a number ot Indians were killed. An escort of ism armed men now accompanies the surveying part*, and no serious trouble is anticipated. Alter the skirmiah tbe survey was. resumed. A CaSMDATI FOB PRIKST's l>U'IR? Mr. ftoutbgate son ot Bishop Soutligsie. of New York. and latelv a deacon in St. Luke s Kpiacopal Chnrcti, hall more, who recently weut to hL Mary's Institute, a Catholic educational institution, is now engaged in a retreat and preparing for a formal abnotation. It is e*pecte?l that la one time he will enter as a candidate for tbe Catholic priesthood. Mr. Southgate's father has viaited him several time* since bis removal to the Semiuarj?BolUmort Ain. l'uinr is t?k Jt iu. Wiu Case?In tbo United States Circa it Court, ta Providence, R. 1., Tuesday, Joseph Perry ?h arraigned and plead guiltv to three indictments for per tsry In Ute Madame Jumel estate ease. Sen unco was postponed at the request of the pris oner. ?, , ^?Walworth's trial [the first one] begins on the 23d, and enda. VMunicipal government of <Vca|0 Iseati mau.<l to coot #J,<M?.no? next venr. ?7* Bridge water. Moa, folks speadc Scnday in &e cemetery at JH>k?r. ??y The Nation calls Senator Conkltng "that purple earth<jtf^? V ?ratory." tor A critic talks of -4 ?"?? Ethel slinging 3? yards of store clothes bohiac BfM. T. Jagg evpresoss a llldrc lor loooter saUd "aith soda oater mnash." ?TEddie Morse, ot Cnnkon, ni., age.I sir vearsjepUys any tuns on the piano after honrn.g ?^Gratefnl Texa* borderers are making ar rangement* for a public totimonia] lo General MmMBsnxie. w A ?wu from Misstasippi dled last week at PitUtkeld, Mass.. of what the local doctors pronounced k static cholera. KFTollowing op Mm spirit aroused by the rnfrriiTr^ "n^uu.uT arfMV" ?7*A two year old heifer, known as "The Pncbesi of A.rdrk XV ." has taw sow at Wood burn, Ky., fbr flO^OO. y no ^a^|BS^howo^tkeir Vi Wiacoama paper ealk L L Donnelly, oC Minnesota, "ths tSroat Mugwand et the Grangers, whatever that may be

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