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THE DAILY CRITIC) AVEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 30, B90.
Ijm Daily Cjritic
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9 Onlf Dttmotrntte Dtttlf Pttper lnb
wAsmsimw citifio eon-is.
43 0 ITHttt f0t MT1ST,
WMBlNtffUM CITY. D- C
TtKM V& 8l:B9CRJPTKS.
If sett QttaftprerMx treat
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Wftttmratoff. 0. c. .Tint an. iseo.
AS VJOMT COMMwMSr.
fKrwtnr Alexander of Howard Cal
' vtMty, of tM rlty, tskes to task our
ttlWBKtl mntemporaty. IN JW, on
aromrat of tbe terms ta whisk tket paper
to MM (trf AiVwtrrler) to refer to the
ceforett people. We nj "Pnfomn,"
limits. Mr. AletamreT rabacrtbei klm
tf ii of Howard UnlvertUr, mm) It le
rtWknlt to imagine taat he can be tog
1Mb a Professor la consequence.
The Professor, then, Introduces his
femmunlctUon with the statement that
"tbt'ie are thousands of roloretl people
In Infa ciir people of tbe highest re
pertabtlity, people of education, crtl
lure and refinement; people of wealth
and high position, etc., eh!.," ami then
jtwi on to complain or tbe way la
-wWck tbe iW altmlea to tbem, as
"tlatRfe," "negroes." even "nlgren."
lie myt: ''There le scarcely an Issue of
yowt paper that does not contain some
reference to the colored people that Is
an Intuit both to tbeir respectability and
The Professor la hardly just to Ibe
Jaaf. It is true that neither the 1
nor a a j' other dally paper published In
Washington ever prints an edition
wit hen t making some reference l ool
md reoplc, bnt what Is, ninety-nine
Hints out of every hundred, the nature
of that reference? Does not tbe necro,
In almost every case, figure as a tblsf,
stntdcrer or a malefactor of some
ert Constituting less than one-third
of the population, do not the colored
people furnish us with five-sixths of our
criminals? Are not the records of the
police conns ami the dally ehrontcle of
rtv almost monopolised by tbe Pro
It would be Intrusting to know J ist
low Prof user Alexander would like
tie papas l" peak of the colored peo
le who get Into print etcry day. rle
ran hardly txpeot them In say, fnr In
mn "Our esteemed and talented
Itttow rliln, Henry Jobtnlojr. Is now
It leg persecuted by the mynnidtns of
tkt law for having Inadvertently
knnekttldown and mbbed an objection
able old white woman." tie can
hardly expect them to speak of tbe
gangs of rwwlles who Id Test
Washington as high- minded and
gallant young gentlemen who In
swk and assault white people in
pme exuberance of spirit. 11 there lie,
m the Professor states, thousands of
cultoml and refined ami respecuble
roloml people in Washington, why
dent they make their preKnce manl
fist by Influencing for good those other
thousands nbo are certainly not
tnltnrtd and refined and respeetable ?
It there he so much wealth among tbe
cototed people here, why don't the poe
sestCH of that wealth employ some of it
In trying to rtvlHie tbeir less fortunate
If they would do some of these
things, instead of contenting themselves
with holding indignation meetings
against ibe police ami expressing sym
pathy with offenders, the pa pen might
have an opportunity to talk about re
fjHclaUe colored people occasionally
and to commend tbeir patriotism awl
good eitiwnshlp. As it U, however,
I bu" thousands of refined and cultured
ami wealthy ones keep themselves ef
fectually In tbe background and leave
the rascals, the rowdies and the criml
nahi of the raee ta moaopoiiie tbe
ueord of our daily Uvea.
1 i mm ii in
"frasiJUL, THE KlNIUMI UP CMBLT
Tmmm.su iur, or, Jtkhaid Waaer as
Thsahigtam" by Albwt Ksm fMtoad,
eitdat el the iJuk Teaeher' Xaitoual
Aiiaessllna, The eaateais or Mr. rMws,
Urn m bu gtss t vhe putU la the
fesasaralecbure testeted ta All go)'
i hsweh, (KpisciitwU) Xew Yok Mj, ta
M Ut, ui iMMMe ta an tavUaUoa of
tbesawch gnlhL The asitaie-toeuui and
ike Cfcriettea world UI uke tad Mr.
I'asatw' book, weich ka 'lenasawata WA
me4," fuU of iatesest, aad the geaaral
lesCM, who gives H the eteaa and eacelul
MAdhig it cesarves, will luJ UaaaaU pos
taasedwfsiusaa new whsss coxoi the
nasatmaaieaJ nsmpmer wbese statee la
estataif, U slowly, aefomlag tied in the
semhe sstiasasiaav "tWsiiai" is pstWskea
If tt. V. Pwtaaaa's aosM, Masr Yert, and Is
0 oi.i i-Hj that bj Uht ttsse
saw yeeptevouid have ceased t fealorto
esfetss wenahtr oset u eu iaulu ol
nsflmn betA Aauracaii guts sad
teselgjBess of tills. Sot ssese than oae to
ten f these vagrant letaiuiess u
leSfecUUs la bav Mase rtauUied w this
shse f the ocean- Art ovetwaeimlng anv
tasst of them are dsvenataMe rnani, e
hseken Aoa voienmarles. who eesM hese
lefteasih hcU fwum kg uasiag
shelf worth stss uttas tor joaU, heansy,
vfesw and richsa the letter haiag the enly
nhsng they aM atwat. We bu the ioat
seen tsesle ui roitasx m mag as Asses
kaajs Maenasean ha mdetna4 ut sat "aJefft
met pkatknessi has)Wea bet the Aeatcsa
Is wtu. en utimmiat to beer, ta -aSMttkta4WttatissMaksa4C-
IMIkI sfitbltTtee) i9 sfitirfBJ elkMU leW t4WWIift(e-
Mfcl z4 lb tkkAMEXAJsWOm M UggfegygKC aWAaiv
enw ,mrim w gjvwg4 smmiaP
teMNh vefysesese measeses teams6a
ajBMht on aceooat of the satoom ul the
Gelina- Having sHosied ouaaatsas to he
kegllad bg XjaKhutd ttese it but one nmaa
dexchoi huattUction me at to toecd and
naitokhdteasB units Worn eat
s jah i iv aniwawre a 'ksitoet ks
Anlttvas l lot
UtM JwSMI L.
c ut its iUuatiuas. it stems, it asseae
i kM-b Joke i
m to rescue a lean? ana)
a gang of mltsx The
tsljggigtUiiv jgiiirMTft aA
veBmnmmHBwwr mm meeesjs
si eJsj WMSUmehM Dm
l fnslMMaj k a t!HMH-
IO TEL ARRIl 'ALS.
Mrtrtfm'ittm TsthHt LeilMon, f ttv; A.
.t A. rowll. Wrthftnie, Ts . 9. B, trtiff.
5W Tork; R. . IMtMerrrr, fJalvefnn.
Tts: .1 Straws, !VeW Tortt. t). v c
Morwts, MMdtetown, S. T.; ft. JMTw.
A ttitrnti X A. ttwone. "STsnesh.
Os.; K. . utrttner, Je Weens, 1a :
tbsrtrs E. tt-hnmsn. St. Louie, M ; .Wat
L. C. Ogdsn. nprlplhjM, fmio: .WW. t. A.
Xehwif. fston, OMo? I. f. KWratm,
Alt, Jut I.. Ait. H, f, ftsker.
J. 1- Lt!ki. Winston, X. Ci H. C Fsf
sets, Xstnral MrMe. Va.
Pffffn-Jobn V. Slrotter. Lonftttttlk Ry.(
W. M. t). l.se. Kstnuw: P. W. Mm .V
rorkr A. P. Llsrk, Miss L. thwk. kof
t; John Psni Jows, B. Ints WeekfcfH,
Wmntyt-Awnm llsrrltatort. tfllmliif.
.efTim K E. Lbase.Fort north, Tt.;
pha n. MeLiirmtrk, New Orleans, tA .
Mrs. C. A. .wavks, Miss Aunt W'lHIann.
AoTitwrnliifn. 11 FOx. eny; It. t). Ry
tlrr. London; M. B. Chtmk Grassi RapMs,
Mhh.: S. B. MMfarlaee, rVI4lrla; 0.
c. Rathranff, cievehMm Ohta,
Hfwlwi-feorfM T. 1tMeN Rotton,
Mas,; B. f. Bits. Aaron VatrteeMit, Sam
uel nieveee, W. A. Kejfc H. B. Anthony,
New Tork; g. Weer, William I'. Heat.
j4itt A. B lusher, Pjmtou Fall,
Wb.. John R-. Trtr), Anson W. Per!
LnnotHimMn. v. T. Attsms, New Vor k;
8. I Wallet, cltjr
kf-A. J. Bsoer, Mke Kate Bsner,
Jefferson City, Mo , J. A. WlhlSMe, In
dians, S. S. KlIrlnBtoB, M D., R 0. Tet
ter, V. M. mtlb, C. A. Carlson, J. 8. (Iray,
J. (X Sterliaa: Reevrs, MlnMnpeths. Minn.;
N.J. Rlarkwoirtl, M. 1 , U. 8. N.; 8. U
(Irahsm, U. S. N.
wprri'rtl Chss. T Totler, iKMhrvllle,
Kv.S Harry 1. Plerer. DvlBtMi, Ky.; J.
( . Bailey, IlalllMore, M.l.
Mr. William D. Clark, th e seslo
prtner of the dry aoods firm or Wil
liam I). Clark Co.. leaves to morrow
with his family for Mount Airy, On r roll
County, Md. Ills son preceded him
several days e.o. Mr. Clark hiw been
visiting thh twaultful country place for
tbe last twelve jenrs. ami says It is the
gaiden spot of Maryland.
On the 30th intt. Miss Kllsaltcth
Br ant Johnston, her nieces, ills
Frsccci 11 .InbnMon ami Miss Uecoa,
acd Mrs. C. .1 Uagan sail from New
York fer Llveriwol on tbe City of
Berlin. Mies E. U. .J.huston and Miss
Dtcca so dlitctly to their home In
Purls. Mlis Frances Johnston and her
autt. Mrs. Uagan. w ill go to Loudon
aul frr-m there to Holland, down the
Ithlne to Fmnkfort. thence to Munich
and to the Oberamnieritat, and will
cross tbe Bavarlau Alps Into Swluer
Isnd. Miss Johntton.wbose Interesting
Illuatratrtl articles. "Some Wssblngton
JI tt ," Hhlcb are betmr puhlisheii In
the ruirtbt numbers of "Demoiest's
Mazarine," will carry with her taro
cameras at least, ami Mil o dmibt
bilig back with her to Washington
valuable material for further magaaise
work of the kind In which she has
lately hetn so successful. She poet
abroad with letters from tbe State De
patiment, and many h lends In this city
wHh ber "bon voyage" ami i sate
1 he Duke of Sutherland has just
rented his estate of Kloloeh to a sports
man, who has cleared out all the sheep
and given tbe land up to tbe exclusive
occupation of th twitted. IUtliwrao
cxptnsfvf sscrlflce for sport.
Count MthoUs Pcjaesevltcb, by
who Siidden death Austria has been
-deprived of ber mol brilliant cavalry
ninoioutr, H.it. m apite oi mc lose or
his arm at SjiIowm, mu attoalshlogly
fine horseman. "DuiinK the course of
military maaieuvres," writes a corre
spondent, "he has been seen, while
riding at a bard gallop, to bitch his
reins over the pommel of his saddle,
get out his tobacco pouch, roll a cigar
ette with his oue hand and light It.
Before hit departure for Africa, Mr.
Stanley accepted from Sir John Pender
a copy of Durns In miniature form. He
promised to make it bis constant com
panion Last spring Sir John Pender
was in Egypt at tbe time of Stanley's
arrival, and be relates that Stanley,
toon after tbey met, remloded bltn of
the copy of Burns, and said It had been
a great souii-e of comfort to him, be
bad read It many times over, and be be
lieved there was no better thumbed book
in existence than that little volume.
For a Freer leads,
ytvm Uu IJiaMIU Xtn.
ilr. Blaine's idea ts diametrically op
posed ta tbe principle of noo-lateo
eourte on which tbe McKluley bill is
founded, and conforms to tbe fact that
no nation baa ever become reat with
out commeiee. That is tbe source of
England's newer, tbe eaute of her vast
wealth, and with our resources and abil
ity the United States, under a liberal
policy, would exceed her in all ma
letial leapecu wttbin a Utter of a
century. Mr. Blaiiut ia statesman
enough to recognise this and to net
I'ottllBK Ibttt litaliii.
raa (ts J ((.a ) lltwkli.
It it now pretty e)l settled that
tkcie will be no boycott, at leaet in
Ocosgie. The more the matter la eotv
sideied Use mote puerile it neeoene.
The boycou is tmt tUseet petforsaaaes)
hinted at fas Georgia since Use parking
of the Joe Brows pikes for tke Oaorgsa
militia. It hae wet with unqualified
eosHtVmaaHiin wherever it has beam
seriwitJy received, and even these peo
ple who. ia Use tiist blush of gush ami
tosh, were led to gjve H isvlortsmont
arc prohehly wiliiu now to hunt soli
tudc and cool their tersest.
That Tad and the Subsidy utile wos
together hermonloualj. The Tattf hill
ia dnsvs tsyai a mcrhan shins may heee
noOing to carry, and iJhefafidyHU
pays mm lot cwryhw -
TBI 0AJUtlrTCstS WOQIliO.
Oat I a euoi ew, altw um
1 hall ways Ixved lOMJlsaiMw,
AM tnksnr fesshMsesl to gkaet
tie hM say hopes tee as'
rie mm mtmgm to eosM :
VU base good, saease meal, kit I
ve canrasair statu
r M M4 o-
X MMSbsW fattstf ItMisaaUrmVW"
WpJeeeke'd heve'aa sar.
Of weens sklngie tasry.
r aaw, sty lose,
ka KftgUnjA gUagaga AeW gaimfja jryl
'nt MsiktsmT HBeSsnsttnm2S
A wtAT why tat sae kribsf rtoe?
I'sn aasMbast wee i'tlsnje.
-ttuiaes li rsst
1111 KJ iiiimai
NOTHING 13 NEW
SOLDIERS AT FIErTIOflS THREU
AND THEIR PKESENCE CAUSED A RIOT.
1. Cilltd Forth as ludipiei hetfti
from Ik Citiaw.
9LD STMT Of f ASWlftW KLKGT1WV
Celrtlllitl Afgintai Aftinit tkl PeYW
Bill Sek tnm Will B K
pfatsi en a Urgtr Sctl.
1 h f amons Fort bill now pend
ing btfoto Congtesa brings to mind an
lnMMt that hfrrksterl In this city some
IblrlyflVe years afo, that shows how
the nte of soldiers at the polls at that
time was reejanled and bow It precipita
ted a riot In which a nnmttur of promi
nent cltleeas lost tbeir lives.
It was during the Know Nothing es
dtenunt set! on election day a gang Of
plug ngH a f rnm Baltimore came over
here to run the election. Tbere wat a
volunteer police force here amply suffi
cient to control any mob, but Mayor
Magimler became frightened ami ob
tained an order from tbe President for
a company of marines.
Tim story is better told In the follow
ing memorial to Congress, which was
rigned by iery ptomlnent person In tbe
city. It shows that at that time there
whs an earnest protest against the use
ot troops at the polls, and Is as follows:
"To (he Hbmitt and lloue of litprt-
ttntotfm if Iht VitUfd Mttt. in CVm-
"It is with the most profound emo
tions your memorialist present them
selves before your hotiorablo bodies to
claim protection and redress. Tne
peculiar relation in which We stand to
tlio Rational Government gives us the
strongest claim to your V.lirtlne, but
more unpbntlcally to your Justice.
lLtbeilo Ibis metropolis has been hap
pily free frrm occariors of complaint,
ALU lias bad to illscbnr.ee the more
agreeable duty of thankfulness for tbe
Sunrdlan cato of those In authority,
nbapntly, thepast summer wasntarked
by a transaction In our midst, to de
rcrlbe which in proper terms would re
quire lancuAgu we are unwilling to In
troduce Into ibis memorial. We do not
desist! to mingle tbe bitterness of party
animosity with the deep Indignation of
(utraetd Imrtnlty but we cauuot
shilt k Ifotn a fearless expreasion of the
truth, and a rlltect spin-al for juMlcs, In
"ttli fotm as you may deem suitable to
the wroeg cummitteel. We Hllude to
tbe snassscru peroelraied In this city on
the first Mi rxlay in June Istt by a body
ot l' Mud Ststes nm tines, ordered out
by ibe sanction of the Executive and
placed ucder the commaml of the Mayor
of this city, under the pretext that a riot
I ben existed at the polls of ooe of the
wards of this city.
"An eleellon was held on that diy for
members of tbe Boards of Aldermen
and Common Council aad other officers
of the Corporation, In the result of
which a strong Interest was felt by the
citlsens generally. The Mayor appeared
to apprehend a disturbance of the peace
on tbe occasion, as he bad been In
formed the previous week that certain
men were expected trom Baltimore for
that purpose, and had declared he
would take steps to meet thorn. The
police force, consisting of forty six otH
cers and men on that day, was amply
sufficient to preserve the pence, aad
bad. with a smaller number of men,
quelled riots on former similar occa
sions. The facts which transpired at
the second precinct of the Fourth Ward
show that It was sufficient, had It been
in place, and composed of proper men.
The iKilla were opened, according to
law, at 7 o'clock a. in.; the voting ue
gan and proceeded quietly until about 9
o'clock, when twelve or fifteen bolster
ous persons arrived near tbe polls, when
J. II. Goddard, a police magiatrate and
a candidate for the office of Alderman
in that ward, sent to tbe Mayor for a
police force to prevent a riot. Neither
the Mayor nor the captain of the Auxil
iary Guard could be found. The per
sons whose approach had caused tbe
apprehension of disturbance soon left
the spot. In a short lime they returned,
when tbey found a eolumn of persons
claiming to be naturalized citlsens,
amounting to several hundred, bavins
posteeeton of the polls, who were ap
proached, in a jesting manner, by those
persons, and after a short time a dis
turbance was commenced by the con
duct of Goddard, who made a demon
stratioa against one of them, and per
haps used personal violence, and an
affray ensued. The first jtiatol Bred was
by Beggolt, Captain of tbe Police,
which waa followed by a few other
shots no person waa seriously hurt
and altltoueh while it coetietwd the
pulls were eiotd, and voting was
stopped, yet in a, ess lata ostler waa
restored, Use nolle were reopened and
voting was resumed. All this occurred
at cjr about 9 o'clock, aad fto tkt
Uuu until ibuut l o'eltxi lAsrs
At tUyJUut rftafur&asce. ur u Our
any leiswugitie tu tutig We repeat
the decutrarJoa. that the morning dis
turbance (whether it may be deeLmaied
a riot or merely aa affray), which coe
tleettd hut a few mlautee. was caused
priedpaDy by the conduct of the
candidate for the othe of A User man
hhxseif . and was rendered dangerous (If
at any time it became so) by the violent
conduct of tbe Captain of Police, wfcw.
whilst retiring front the spot, fired his
pistol at the crowd. We alto repeal the
aecleMtse that the peace aad quiet at
the polls cocttneed entirely uninter
rupted ftoea about 9 o'clock for some
hottrs. dtuiiu whkh several humirrl
votes wcm polled. We now state taut
At Mrtt Uimr upturn In AM yc ami
ftjIM teas catumil At umU of u 4a(
of Vtui toatttMHrUu. Imi by At
jwjwr vj hi cvf, mum n. Jit
gtudtr. It h) our duty, th'ijli a
pssWul one, to show how sues, a pae
wtmtion apaeared le the streets of our
hitherto peaceful capital.
"too after the teatoration ol osder
the skoee aajsved potts hi tike sjtoaiag.
she Mayor, tfrom peeled by Cefitein
HIUs oi the guaid, arriveB on the
ground, wi.l after short oonsuluuluo
winh Mr. Uoddaxd, the 3ayor left Cap
take Hills o the pavnaiem, aad, taking
Ooddatd with hip, was seee to drive
WfisUy towards the PsejsYtatU House,
voBt wee a attest iMilUfn from the
rWe stale whet e believe to be
course of riwttjsnicedleg the u
rival of the ttoof. f Mayor appUod
to tike Freeh la-nt Bactaihorttv to call out
the tnsrlgegi syai teeaiotuj U would be
n unojt ae aamdw(U toucaics; tbe
itasenwur st prvper ouuur. mi
d the aeUavit ol Guddanl kiiu
tdi wee pnanertlf titer their return to
the City Man and tent so Uu. Navy Dc
as wut-h an ocdatt tsa
tiut OLgiiLya uedaaV the
ossmsi. ULatanotk Lid ta.
iweatyajekji sejpi be tike kpneaU to tec
L'n ni(r(1',Tf f the mnrlnc" lhar Oi .
In rtRdlrc whlrh wn duly obovil -tl
at whilst these xtepa whtnf taken
nd the mtTinri vm on il ..it march to
tl t ( Ity IIsil vt ou r('in, alarino 1
at tbe IrnprntHnc 'laRtet, dvloi,
utficil and cntrrnti it the MsfoT toi-tll
ratlttr on a civil pownj of eltfffiftt, or, tt
most, to call on tbe rolnnltwrs, to aid In
prewvimt. the peace of the city, and
rredtre were given by Wp"mihfe mn
to prodBre tnr civil rmtNe, and hy a
ItM t fficer of the volunteer to bring en
Ibe ground such force of trooirs as he
ibonld require but all fn vara. The
earnest appeal of at tenet owecMcen was
rudely rejected by the Mayor nod his
erltlsors, and he orderttt to Jewre th
room, whilst the tolmireers were de
clared to r too Inefficient for the oc
casion "The marine wetn at length pstaded
tti front of the Mayor i ofllce, and
placing himself at their head he le 1
them to the memorable spot, accompa
nied by a vast t roard of nnermed rlt
Irens, curious to see the result. But
while these movement! wer In pm
ttresa, another movement took pttce
navlBg an Intimate connection with the
events that followed Some young
men residing near the Barracks, hear
Ine the marine were abnit being
matched Into the city, were so excited
by apprehension of danger to their
friends by such a measure, that they
determined to be present, and, If nec
essary, to aid In their defence. There
was a swivel kept at an engine house
near tbe Navy Yard, used for Bring sa
11, which these youths drew out, and
ptotecdlnr with It tot the vicinity of Ibe
anticipated seene of contest, placed it
near the market-house of tbe Northern
Liberties. It turned out thai tbe swivel
was spiked, and was therefore useless.
They passed the matinee on their
match, were seen and uninterrupted by
them, the secret llavlbg, as we believe,
been previously Imparted to tbem that
the swivel was spiked, and entirely
"As soon as the ttuens ami the vast
crowd who accompaolctt them arrived
at the polls where the morning ills
tmbancc took place, the three Judged of
tho election ttnanlmmitlv rewlved to
close the polls, considering It Inconsist
ent with the true principles of free gov
ernment to ask citlsens to exerolse the
right of SuiTtBec under tbe guns and
bayonets of the reeulars. Tltey con
tinued clond until tbe scone of blood
was enacted, and the guilty perpetnt
tors had withdrawn, when those who
had tbe courago to approach threw In
their ballots But few votes, however,
were cast after the massacre.
"Wo will not attempt a minute detail
of the events that followed. The proof
taken on the trial of those persons who
were Indicted as rioters, showed that the
tint tiring was made by the troops that
It was returned by a lew scattering pis
tol shots, when an indiscriminate firing
of the marines followed, directed not
sgafnst the young men at the snivel,
nor against persons who werearmed and
firing on them, nor against th persons
who made or were engage! In ibe morn
log dlsturbsi.cc. for they were not
thtie but against the unarmed crowd
on tbe ride-walk. nealnM Individuals
rusting the trHt at a distance from the
scene, and against persons In the sos
ord story windows ot the opposite
bouses. The number killed, or who
subsequently died of their wound, w is
not less than fourteen total, up war Is
of thirty. Of the victims above enutner
atcd but two were members ot the
American party two were necroes one
was a ctllseu of Baltimore a brakesman
on the railroad cars, who. as well m all
the remainder, were Democrats. Sev
eral of tbem held office In the depart
ments. These statistics show conclu
sively the utter wantonness ot the catas
tropbe, and strengthen, It possible, the
abhorrence, so natural to free-born
Americans, ut tbe use of a standing army
In the midst of a peaceful community.
"After the marines were marched
beck to the City Hall, and were stand
ing under arms on tbe central portico, a
large number ot citizens was attracted
to tbe spot to gaze on the troops, and
while standing peaceably and quietly on
the steps of their own City llall, ware
ordered by tbe mayor to disperse or be
would older the marines to fire on
them' an order quickly obeved, stimu
lated by tbe recent shunu'ter by the
same Instruments, acting under the
"During all these proceedings no riot
act was read tio warning was given to
the people to disperse no blank
cartridges were fired to alarm and drive
tbem away-but without warning,
without a suspicion on their part of the
Intention of the mayor, the officers or
tbe troops to tire upon tbum, tbey were
shot down, some of them standing in
tbeir own doors.
"As if to show the world there must
have been good eautc for this military
execution, under an apparent appre
hension of commotion among tbe people
of tbe city, a corps of light artillery
was ordered here from Fort Mellenry,
and, on their arrival, were armed as in
fantry, giving our city the appearance
of a garrisoned town. Of cowrie, they
returned without having dose any
service, as their visit was uncalled for
by any rational cause.
"1 hat such a transection should be
at once the fouoditloe of the most rigid
acd persevering judicial laveetlgatloe,
yeu would no doubt suppose. Aad
yet, strange to say, although aieaost
every Justice of the peace was applied
to for a wenant against Mayor Ma
groder as one of the guilty pasties, gst
e var-rufct ecniti ts obtnuua. Not even
the moat ordinary process for holdlag
to bail, even, wheat the necessary all
davits were produced, would be
granted. Xoee could be obtained
auaiust the officers or privates of the
matinee, and that ao judicial exaaia
tloa hat yet beta bed lor the purpose
of holdnsg to a lust resuoturffctliiy
those who took the lives ana mutilated
the person of ao saany ueodeadiee;
Bvee the inquest required by our
laws to be held ag the CUoacf , to ie
c,uirv into every death by a vijkret or
unknown eaute, was held fat but two
cases after asuch difficulty and injur
aitkm. The Coroner was prevestJMirW
a member of one of the city hertsoe
ftosn eaecHtisMj bis duty la oaw of the
other eases sad la those cases wsdea
were lavettigaleei. ao aid wet gives hy
any of the oActal Authorities.
"The following is the verdict of tke
jury of tequeti which investigated the
cause of the death of Corseliua H.
Alston, aad wa Use only case ia which
a report waa wade.
' Tact the aaad Cornelia a
OBooatU the Northern LiUnin
ttexeatly his place of buaiaets) fatMt
detacbiBcat of United Stales "irsliTf
sctlag uashtr the control of the Mayecaf
WaeaaaekOB, sad Use jy further tefv
Irons die coacuueat lestlsaoer of aMUav
wUseasee. that the frfag by Lhc afeejaes
was ail suhaaqucnt to tin. uU-uaiac; a
artaron of site ssjiveJ '
As if by coauaoa couut the
lilt press ut this ell) with jut djesjkssv
U' d, Dubisahcd tu Uu; wcrU iK auatll
fi.. j ........a-.,-i , . . " ' i
gprtari "-'TBl'-nm aV-JST
itarU to the events 'tfajHtMirt mut -
csxatoruy rerueea to pttuuaa .uj
'BsS'inmm t iBniv.
jsjU a to eontsit taw I1Wa! aaa
rirnjlsied Your ttcuiuiuL. ww
'iiaat it hekuDrg eapbui.... ; to lie
t r.1 lEnirt of the nation to Inquire
! H rn armed force of rh Cnlte.1
-'ore. have tnA Hjto atrd MlhSd de
f. re lc cmteM AM wy .yrh ft force
- . 1 1 bo marched tj an election ptll
rl-cre freejnB irwe BMccably rxcr
1 ne 'he nlghwrt privflege of cltlrtn
ship And tway ttrerefoTC pray that
mi.1i proctedlnM m.y be hatl layout
hnorahle bodrel M M aea rrteet ami
proper to sefttcti this transaction
thorntghly, awrl m thttt ratralry hill
cot be stifled by Rthateat nth, nor
thwaitcd hy offlcM rrW."
KOW MRS. (TMUtrt.
She Klered With n Walter nt ttteAr
The mysteriontdlsappetirtineeof Mtes
Lillian n Porter, the grandntece of
Admiral Porter, has been CrWtrtd up.
It Is now learned that aire was quietly
married In rtslUmore to James J.
O'Biren. who until recently had been
employed as table waiter at the
Arlington Hotel He has also per
formed similar service at the Itlarsrs and
O'ltrlen ami Miss Porter have been
seen in each other's company quite
frequently for several months. lift Is
described as being a tine-looking man,
but is takl to have little, If any, edu
cation. The Impression seems to be
I hat tbe couple have gone to Chicago,
as O'lltlen took with him a letter from
the steward of the White House to the
steward of the Hotel lilchelteu there.
Miss Porter has always been of a
romantic turn of mind and her friends
have been anticipating some such esca
pade as this
Tim SonndroQ or Hroltitlnn Home,
Nkv Yobk, July JW.-The United
States men-of-war Chicago, Boston, and
Atlanta, ot the Squadron of Evolution,
arrived off Quarantine last night from
Wo Janeiro. They are expected today
at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, where thoy
will undergo some necetearv repairs.
Thesr three vessels, with tbe Yorktown,
left litis port on the 18th of November
last on the cruise just ended. The U.
S. S. Kearsago also arrived In Ibe lower
bay last night from liar Harbor.
Weab.wcra out or rue Uowa from hard
wotk, by lrapovetlbetl eondltlon ot the Mood
or low state ot tbe system, j-ou sboehl take
Hood's Saraaparilla. The reenllar toaltw,
r-nrllTln and vitalising qualities of that sw
etMlul mih)ge are soon felt tbroeebout
the antlre arttem, expelllnc disease aad riv
Ina nnlek, healtfav aetlon to ever; oreae. It
tones tbe jtoaaoti, creates anapeetlte ami
roarer the liver and kMners. Tltouaml
teMllj that Hood's SMparilla "makes tbe
JIiiIIiIIii t p mill Mroujcltietilnt;
"I have naed llool' MrsartariDa fur mom
tine and have desired benallt therefrom. It
site ate an appetite and streecthsas tbo
vlole7srem. I ran anoarfnlly reeomawmt
lr to all vbonawl a reenlatorof thbvrala
or a lialidlnx npand trefltnealae atedt
elr.a." Jwiam W. Onoa. Tmh. Canbrtdae
Mutual Fire toa. Co .Cambrldae, Mats.
Sold br all dmtvrtat. i; lx for St. rrepared
otilr by C. I. UOOV X CO, Leweil, Mass.
100 ltoic Ono Dullur
Ceraer lltb aad Fats. B, w.
Lfnaias That We Have to Be Rfd of
ta yeree 1s Chaeksd Lawn, w teegtas
reacts t sees 8 le W yeses, rsdassd to te nr
KosaaMs at !' UtM Lawa, le (saetas
reaatajr fseat 2i ta W rs, reeaead le Mis
Seest laaetas ut Betted aad WteM
ewissas, aae aaaHtr, rsdaasd Wue per rsri.
We aave ealy aaeat Ml lett stx-aaaeter
Caroteal Cietas. wish atsak aad waste bar
aese. sbselaiely tut aataat, reaaasd ta Ma
g tatbtBttsrail asat aaaea, rrasnan I eU
Waaest lengths at IJaea
aaaaaaa'a aaggaFSggasja aekavVf taaap s ana
to tt jaaja, st aassev bast
aaart Isaathii at Wafct Lawaa, ksdta Uaaa.
noau umwrtem m mj wttrte
Tatte waa ta ta tahj ajafn m&-
tajuns TtwithaUYi aanas the
taia' Waste aaita. teateti ataavsjaat
llaeVa watts kafeasnjee- sMst,ssea,
Tadnreil to St.
saw y sapeage san "aasgaaw Wfljppjaa
aaaaw gaa 4BgsejgaBBgf fay JsV
The Loud Speech of
Sometimes a man can say
the most without uttering a
sound, while figuresalways
sllcntofteh sptmk louder
than words. What we read
generally impresses us more
than what we hear, and in
the present instance the im
pression should be a deep
and productive one.
We don't consider it any
use to make figures demon
strative of what we are
ready to do on Water Cool
ers, Refrigerators and Baby
Carriages. If you don't
want cither of these articles
price wouldn't tempt you.
But il you do it is enough
for you to remember that
"Lansburgli is ready to sell,
regardless ol competitive
figures.'' We won't even
consider profit. We'll climb
way down to cost and there
we'll stop. The man who
tramples cost under his feet
13 a very unreliable mer
chant. In Furniture Tapestries
we will make the following
From $1 lo 02c.
do 31.36 to 76c.
do $3 to ?1.5.
do iJJl to f 1.-15.
In Frilled Edge Lace
From $a to ?3.05.
do ?0.&O to $8.25.
In Fine Nottingham Lace
From ll.'iS lo We.
do f 1 to sfti.&O.
do f I 60 to fS.75.
do if5.no to ftS.25.
If jou are buying any
thirg, from Rustic Lawn
Fixings to the most elabo
rate and costly Sideboards,
you'll find the pruning blade
sticking In every price tag.
TtilrlM'iilli nml f hired.
Impressions of Berlin.
liy TOsaimM Caiin. W lib lllastratieas bv
T. ne Tnvuvacr and Cuiatas Msnts.
Magellan and the Pacific.
Br Upward Bvaaew Ibis. Wltfc Jltastra
tloes (roes Old Prints and from a drawlag
by A. ILYVjcd.
Br Oevivu nuMtr. Wltb I!lstraUees from
lihetof rapbi by J. Mass, Aatwsrp.
Street Life in India
HjEwiMiIojti.WBiB. tviu Uiastratloas
drawn br tbe aatbor.
Custer's Last Battle.
By Ctmwr Cbabus Kias. With Map.
A Convent at Rome,
By Or. Vtuxm f amu(an.
Some Geology of Chicago
sty Hub B. Rttsut.
Tke last Adventures at tae rrtaslstawi Tec
tita. By Auaaasc BAar. Teaastated
br Hsaav Jaas. rTUad IastasaaeaU
Witfc tllaatsntkaM isaai etaweaas by
UvaascK. Baasi aad Maavsaex.
The Uncle of an Angel.
Aaaauaar aaesllelte By Taaeas A.JaM-
vuta. WtU lllaitrataoas Osawa ay W. T.
A Mary, ay luu Baawaaa Fsiaeaa. wtu
ntastratlaas dxawa by Autat Btaaan.
A Walk Up the Avenue.
The Bathley Aflair,
Abtaty. By lees c. tussa.
TT World is Too M:uch
Aiaaaer, m Wesataa Waanaasaiii Wttk
X araeaaffaaVa UsT fiBaaaVsaa aaaaaUHatf
w m 11 W "'JriaaaF XXRrwiniaVSBJ
gr gggaV aB aps VwHP
XM9 ft eMMnaaaf
EiWaftaJ DsSfaftrtaaMMItf .
aaaajaata-aV dstalet aaaVtsT
vkw rt bmcations.
Charles Seribner's Sons
ItAVS .TTSY lrjUnK:
the h IntenHonSa
A WMirnwrter Kptme. By MxmA
laxd ltwo, etoth, it; raver, sas.
tnewerte ot m TMivel ft the Tetavdot
Martfrnw. on tnke Rnroo, and tke emtfat
fiantes are a rowig ecarefs eft tket? weaaaajg
joarwy, n is an aneoraag story M love an-t
jearonsysM nas many peees of eatwia
rtWOTtit!on of a eoontry ttek m btctotieal M
SIW STTMMtt ftR 81TXMBR KBAfitira
y ttive taiircT. irraftrattal by A. B
fmmt. isretsctotb, st:rr,!sM,
"Ab tcedllir tntrltad. TrUtl SHM eaM ftn.
SanSaMSJW. fftotV ""
The Lawton Girl.
By lUnoui Fatrwatc.
ltaM,eietls St. est
t "lteaHsn Is vivk
be dlfficvitt to tad
sketeh." Boston Joai
vivid aatl trntktal. tt wonlil
nu in Bet ton a streaiev
The Broughton House,
By Bir Tamrv. Itmo, $I.SB.
"A brtsbt, well-written story, loW wtth
peat animation and thawtea akrie drt
biiBBn natare. "-Boston Satnnky Sreanie
Day and Night Stories.
DyTjJt. suutai. IStno, etetk, II; paper.
"Mr. Stttllvaa Is pleaantty original, varied
art animated, ills stories are earatallr in
jhed MKt qnlek in mevemefiU-Broekryn
fold by all bookellrs,or sent, postpaid, by
Charles Seribner's Sons,
711 7 Broadway, New Tetk.
POU AUaUST CONTAINS
tlny. XXtH.-XXt. Margaret Dstaatf,
The I'm and Limits of Aeadealo Cullare. it.
Madame Cernaet and Madame de (Xnttasfles.
Kllea Terry Johnson.
Fellota. IV., V. Fanny N. I). Mnrfroe.
Sowo Aspects ef rtyebletl Hewareb. 0.11.
A New Itaee rrobleu. John It. Keatley,
A Scarab ret a Lost llalltllDB. Atdrew Me-
Fat land Da via.
Kcvolskin. n. W. V. Bad L. d.
Flnaawntla Mwnla Mttodl. Annie Plekli.
Ovsr the TescHW- IX. Oliver Wendell
Jnno In Franconla. Bradford Torrey.
Tbe Klsablrd's Nest. Olive Tborae Miller.
Internationa! Copyright. Ueery Oabot
Haterhll!. Bead at the Celebration of lite
ttetb AnntTeraary of tbe ( tty, July ,
bh Reeeet Freaeh Novels. Tbe contrtbn
tork' Club. Jloohsof tbeMoetb.
ISo a Nnmber; 1 1 a year.
Houghton. Miflln & Co.,
It Bast rantontb at .Now York
Princess Rosetta and the
With sli pietnres by Oarrett, U Mjtar K. wit
kin' dlicstiy hamorotM eeatrlbntleas to
Grant Alton has a popular wjIobUHo papw
about "Tbe Ametloaa Watsr Lily." follow!
by "Tbe ijaeen Lily," by Miss Harris, and
that by a loaandary poem. "Water Ulles," by
Praaces L. Maee. Tbe Amateur Fbotoerapby
arlMe liai some very oartoai and baaatlfal
PteturiM. Mrs. Jasaie Benton Fremont's will
The Hat ol the Postmaster,
ia notable and notably told, Tbere are In
tMrestlnir lastsUiaweU ol tbe serlalt, "Tbe
New Sealer at Andever" and "Tbe Qasst of
tbe Wbippiat; Bey " Louise (Mookton bat a
sbsgnkrly serKtlve "Oasae ol tbeBeates"
for yoaag ami old. And tbere are SO
races of Vacation Delights.
D.Lothrop & Co., Publishers
USEFUL BOOKSJOB VACATION,
ByCBAbr.au Deatrr Wassr. Blebly tllas
trated by C. 8. NstMiuity. Post tro, Ualf
TraveUne Nates ia Europe. By Tnseaoaa
Cnuv, aatborot ' Delkate FUftta,"d.
Feat tvo, Ctoth OraaaMatal. tl 36.
Our Journey to the Hebrides
ByJesara Pztinau. aad Busahtu Beaux
Fnuou. lUaatralad. Fast tve. data
A Tramp Trip,
Lsa MsatuBeaaa. Wtth FertraH. Mate.
Knock ing Rou nd the Rockfes
By Eaaate bwuMU, aathor ot Tr'tidi
Westk Baawsag," "The lee tsassa," Ac
IBailrtilail. baaare eve. Clatb, at.
Shctshone and Other West
ay Bnwians Beasavs. With a Psarass ay
Caaatas TStif-rw tasvs lihastfatad.
Beat ave, Caeta, St: Past. Me-
Mfico, Calilornia and Ari
zona. Wsw a aew aad Kevtaed Bettsae of -Otd
Jaeaiae aad Mar Lsat Paovawse." ay
Wuua aMkakw- WtU Ulnanettaas
Nooks ad Corners of the
New England Coast,
By asacat. Aasas Bsuax. WtU Hasssaoa
tMastrataias aaoan teo. tiota. St.
Horsemanship for Women.
Bsltetaaeaa 8. aaaa. Wise lUastsatssas by
fistT Psasvas- aatall tte, Oraftweatal
mg$M6 and Ply-Taekle.
gajajmaattjMas se to taats asaataataasasat V&
Ity Vaaai P- Wauia. '"irTttdrt ttaail
tto. Ctota. Ulasstaated , iam-
Ajaafrltms Salmoa FtaWf .
Yt Xajugaftet ifjBAa Jtekggtaga liaT lisaaaratw
aaa- aaaaaan aja aaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaap eggSS
B.Vaua. lUenrated astaU tto. Ctute,
Cty Qsfvits ia tJat Wootk;
ttwaaars ass ate tee sale er eat -
VPPBBBBBBB W aaaaaaaaaaaw -aar aaaamv SBT aaaajaaaaaa
HARPB1 it BROTHERS,
is the orat of ah Mntcii intnmr
Because It perform" unv rntr
recta a waits or a Mi'i 1 1 vn
overtnve or a ymprinr 7 T--ord
beantiftliy ann m-rc D"nv
perfvt than any othrr )ng,o
T Aeottan Is not merbani'-iii. bnf 1
maaipnlatlcB of It Is so simple tbaf a pf r
ean wsrh to play it with from ono tth-
Stwe. Toiir vtt to oee this
It will be esteemed a favor at
. F. DROOP'S,
W5 TA. AVE ,
fete Agent forgte'nwav an 1 Ot tit tlw
Class flaTio an.l i)riran
ON TUB CHESAPEAKE.
OPEN JUNE 14
Naval Academy Band.
F1NBSTMRALS. FIN BST ATTIlACT10
BVJtnVTHINO TUB BK8T,
Trains leave B. A 0. Depot, week days, 9;
a. rn., l.SQaad t.30 p. ui. Sundays, 0 36a. ri
iguana 3.13 p m
Lcevo Day BMpe, week days, t 30 and h
Ptu. siitHiajs, 8 and 0 p. rn.
Round Trip Tickets
3. T. ODKLT,
CHAS. O. SCULL,
Oen't rAjjeDKcr Atrent,
The Mount Vernoj
AMD MARSHALL HALL STSAMCOAT '
On and after JUNE 1. 1W0. Ibe new Iron al
will le ave Iter utiarr, root of SirVBVTU
for. IOl NT VfiRNON and aiAIlSUAC
Jor MOUNT VSKNON-Evcryday cxi
Mnsday) at le a m nd 2 top m .refnrnl
at t aad SMt p. m. I'ttnoner-i can rrn .tin
MOUNT V8UNON nntll tecimd boat leaves
detlrnl. Pare, round trip. St. In- lad nu tu
nlsalonto the-Mansion anl (irourli Kit
mat oaf on the boat. Ileal and inn, 1.
erred promptly. Mount Vernu onl'
Hooka nan be priHUNtlon tbe boat
PorMAXsnALL HALL stame ai lit M
VIRNONscbedale for weekdays i
DnMU.SDATs at II a.m.,sO and On, n
relurnlnrat S. r, nimltn m
On PHDATS and SATl'HDY3, 8PC 11
jinKniisai Kxcnnmca (town tuo rirer
HALL eolna and retttrnltirf, leaving Waiblni
imiHiAip ra-, rcaotiinK city on return
SToali and loaches at all tlxcs at MA
allAl.I. HALL Restaurant.
Pare toMAKhll.M.L HALL aad return.
cents on any trip; children, between Oand
Tvart, It cents.
popular and reliable stearnir W V
CORCORAN will make ber river landlnit
far down aa OLTMONT.lacdms at MAI
iut.L, iiai.l,hciek ana retursiriir, lea 711
hsr wharf dally TexuaptSandaj) ntlO a, n
tMumlBK at 4 p.m. Round trip, 'Arenu.
Sunday trip of the W V. TORLORAN V
MARsnALL HALL will bo announce
wtly. See advert Usmsnt j.
Forebarters of iteamora MCA LUSTS
and roRCOlLVN for altber MOl.'NT VKKNO
Ca pi al n. on steamer, Ju3,
ttth year OCT. 1. Isttructlon tberouer
l'enni moderate Address the prlnc
pal. iitm A. E. THOMAtl. lyt.Uw.2t
Djrectory of Lawyers and Law Firms
MS D street northwest, -
Watblaxton, S. a ;
Webster Law BdIWIdj.
Reeldenee. 1J18 It street northwest.
VVJ OODBURY WDEELER,
SSI and MS tl st.. Obauneey Bslldlnz, neai
UMuauiiia ave., watntngton, u. w,
Ptastlees In tbe Coarts of tbe Dlatrkt and ol
rrlaee GetwRe's County. Md. fe87-dA3.t
SF. rjlILLIFS. J 0, ZACHHV
, V. McKENNEY.
PBIIJJP3, ZACIIHY McKBNNBY,
Attorney at Law,
fSTditf Sua Building. Pt-
T ALTHBUB JOHNSON,
t eer-d&sl f toe Fifth Street
SIONKY TO LOAN.
ORBYTOUOANON HKAL BtlTTB UI
Btat-eiau aaeantlaa at lowatrat u
QMare4t. No delay where aaoaritr la Kood.
O. C. 0R8RN.
30S Ttb at u w.
MOUBY TO LOAN ON GOOD SKC'URITY
IN ALL SOU.
TO LOAN ON KBAL A6TATS SSC1KITY
AT t AND t PER CJUTT.
OJIBY TO LOAN
la auais u BMUt
On Approved Baal Betau Seeorlty
B. B. WAJtNKR X CO .
O C. HILL, RKAL RaTATK AMD LUA Nd.
Ot Jaaaaias at all aart of tb city Life
aae Wia laaaroaee. Oaeaef stk ao4 9 ata
S w. La Ptou BnTHing
ouaiaiUaSioNisH or ijckxmi.
SUNDY. OQM R OF UKSOd FOR ALL
saa TarruosMs, toe la. ave-. ope-
OUUKTUY KKAL MBTATK.
TTOKSALB-ABOUT 17 ACRfcU OR :D ST
V ae essaadajt, oa ibe line of the Bi tmn
tca aad SoJaUat BuBwRaUwai. twm - lx"t
ot the ktateultaelat Chief Judt catue,
aw called "Rdaawood." a zood ucportaulty
tar taveatars. Wot nartloaura, il. eu ,
imuSTaur& wows, ta h l a w
Ua k ntnaat. Member at Waahtogtaa
ktaatt tmetiat'ga. AM UhmI atocUe
HERRON & RAMEY,
HO. taaVFgr&UtTR v,