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THE WASHINGTON CBITIO, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 1885.
l'ublMied Dully (Smulnys tlxroptcd,)
The Evening Critic Publishing Company
Oil D BTHKKT, POST BUILDINCJ,
Tuksdav. Junk 9
Km- tlio middle Atluntlo Statci fnir, colder
m wilier followed by slowly rlslne tempi;
tntn, northwesterly wlndi, rMni! barome.tcr.
For WcdhesdiiV, ftilr wonthor with slowly
rl.'liip temperature! Is Indicated for Rowling
IhimI. tliq Midrtlo Atluntlo Htat;3, Including tlio
DKtileiteit Columbia, Tetincmeo und tlio Ohio
valley, nud the loko reKlon.
Local mctcoroloRlenl report for Juno 1),
1BH5 : Tln-rrnoitietor remllnjrs at II it, ra., 57c.!l;
7 n. m., riu.H 11 n. m., II I ".7.
Hrnnrt for .Tuuu 8,18851 Menu tempera
ture, 72,8: nmlinum, 8l.:ts minimum, 7n0.fl:
ineaniohitlvo liumlillty, 7it.it por cent.; total
pieoipltiitlou, 0.03 Inch.
AllwiKlit"Kru Dluvolo," nt 8: 15 p m.
'l'liontrn Coinliinu Summer Harden -Peinilo
refrlireratori, ( nrpctn nnd furniture. iold on
weekly or monthly pnyimmt-uit Smith's. -Hit
New .lufoy nventio uoi thw oil.
Kui: our S'l pnnts to order. lliunburgor' 1
"Alilornnj" Unlry Whroiih."
1'reMi Aldtrnev butter, rimmed every morn
ing and delivered In tb 'Wiml" print, 10c.
per U. Also eottnxo ehP0e, buttermilk mid
sweet milk, fio. purqt. C'rcnni, 13u. per pint.
t it. n.
h". C'oldH and "ore-Tlnont jlelil re.t Illy
i)iiitiAi4 x Solid' I'apiicum e'ouitn
AhU A'our DroKclst
To alvo von our beiiutlrul ilory book. "I.e-'ond
-of Aloha." JiaBtman'H new perfume, Alolu.
C'iiask 1)110!". exterminate mollis nmllind-lmi:
CotMlT IN (Ir.NF.n.M. ThllM JlWtlrCH Cox,
.Jiancy nild Jleniok-Dhtilet of Ciduinbhi v.
. Vr'aililiifttoii it (JeorRetown ltallroad Company
nud ilolropolltnn llnllroiulCompnuy; on hear
Hoi'itv Coin:T-.Tutlce llnitniT.- Martin
vs. litickly; Mile ordered and .1. S. Udwards
np) olntnl tui(eu to ell. (llintti-nd v.
Hutchinson: Mibprenai ilucm tecum ordered to
CniMtNAi. Cot'f.T Justice Mno Arthur. -Hnli
(f Nell, einl'Cilemennt; on trial.
I'oi.tci: Ootrirr .Tudiro Sncll. IM lleokctt,
Mui'Biiii Klllott, Deluy Uutlcr. Itobeil Scott,
(1i;iile Ilrown, David Trunnell. Daniel llucli
timni. loud mid bolitcrom: So or lltleun days
each In the worklioii'-e. Kd.I. Connolly, ilrlv
lii(?oor tliCNuvy-Ynrd llrldRon' a paco fiitor
tlian a walk: So or fifteen days In tlio work
hoiiM?. Iiiiic Willie, dlordeily In the county;
do. Annie Sykc, colored, pvotanltv; So or
Hcven dii3'i "n the workhouse. .Tonh II. lhuuui,
luillecii.'cd l.nr: continued. Harry ClirUtmiiu,
Sunday bar; do. Lily Coot, keeping lull
oulerly house: ."( or sixty ilays. .rallies Dil
lon, payfdng counterfeit coin; grand Jury.
Tlic T-lerrnpli I'olo Xutsanee.
I'.oitou Ciiitk . llutween midnight and day
lipid last nlalit, n wing of telegraph hands in
tlur northern pait of tho city was permitted to
ninhe nlslit lildeoun by the erection of a num
ber of tremendous telegraph poles. That many
linmlrcds of cltlens should bu thus disturbed
by the baticintraud crashlus and various other
iuihc lntident to such work Is anoutrasothat
would be tolerated In no other city. If au
thority existed to erect tho-u poles, why was
It not done hi daylight, deeeney and good
older If the election of tho poles wni Illegal
and unauthoilzed, why did not the police In
Htantly Interfere, and stop tho work? Did
Mimel ody "ctand In" with tho telegi'dph com
paiiyi You will earn the gratitude of all those
residing fcr several squareson eacli side of tho
np er part of I'lfteenth street by making an
eaon in onna to punisameni wnoowr may ue
re pjnsible for this vaseallv piece of business.
1'IPTKEMII STIU'KT NoilTll,
Washington, Juno 0.
Another Cnrclets llrlior.
V.lla Diessel, n white girl, was run over
liy u (Vut-cart ilHvcn by a colored mini
iiuiucd Jack Ilrown, at tlic corner ol
Klcvcntli anil K streets, last nlglit. The
(jiiT.s arm was broken, ami sliu was re
jiiovctl to her home, 1710 Voriiiuntuvonttc.
'1 lie driver was arrested and was charged
in the Police Court (liia morning with
n&Miult and battery. A doctor's certificate
was read by tho prosecutor to the cll'ect
that the girl was suli'crlng from a com
pound fracture of the foicarni, and would
not bo able to Appear at court for homo
days, I'oliceniun .SlianUs stated that he
kiw the accident, and the driver was
Mlting in the cart with his back to tho
horse when it occurred. He also stated
that the girl was negligent, as well as tlio
driver. Tho ca'e went over for one week,
nud the accused was committed in default
A l''lrt-Cluss Summer Ilrsort,
The season at Viney Point, Md ninety
two miles down tlio river, will open June
'JO and we arc assured that tho high stan
dard of this favorite watcring-plnec xyill
he hilly maintained under its new uinu
(igenunt and many of its attractive fea
tures innuoved upon. Tlio aecommodii'
lions nud fare will be of tlio best iiiality,
and there is no place In the vicinity of
"Washington-possessing more facilities for
solid enjoyment and coiulort. v flood
bathing, excellent boating, line drives, mi
unsurpassed cuisine, daily mails, the
courteous, treatment of guests ami moder
ate cuarce, all combined, make It one of
the most agreeable and desirable of all the
District Government News.
Anotiii'.p. Skwt.ii. Tlie Commissioners
ImVe approved tho application or Mr. II.
H. Warner Tor a sewer in Washington
street, between Fourth and Fifth streets.
GoodPi-mi- AV.Tr.i:. Tlio Health OIH
cer reports that an analysis of the water
from the pump at Third and CJ streets
southwest, shows the water to bo in good
Ul'COMMI'.NIUIll JIV Till! CoMMInSIO.N'HIiS.
Tho District CoinuiWsioners have recom
mended Mr. John K, llcall of this city to
Governor Patterson of Pennsylvania for
Cfinuiilssioner ot Deeds in that State.
Tun Vgtomac W.Ti:i! Ao un. Health
Oltleer 'Jownsheud and the police sur
geons, Drs, llayne, McKIm, Magrudernnd
JCIcitisehmldt, went to the reservoir to
day to discover what caused the fishy
taste and smell in the Potomac water.
I'Jiey verc accompanied by a chemist.
The Vo.sf KssksK::i)OWmknt. The Com
missioners have been asked by Mr. O. 'A.
Mi ncasfer to naino the public school
building now In course of erection n
Georgetown the "Von F.sson buildjng,"
In honor of Peter Von F.nsen of that place
who died in lfcfiO. His will stipulated
thnt after the expiration of certain annu
ities the principle of his estate should nc
pruefliid be paid to the "white schools"
of Georgetown. The hut annuitant un
der the will died in February of this year,
and thepresent tritRitl', C. hi, Matthew:,
has informed '.ho comiiihsiouor.s that the
bequest of the testator, now amounting to
Kiiiotiingoyer)jlO,HX), iij now hold sub
ject to the Commissioners' disposal,
City Hall Notes.
The grand jury was to-day discharged
for the term.
The trial of Hugh n'NeiU, charged with
embezzling railioad tickets, continued to
day, Jlenjaniln F. Jackson was sent to the
Albany Penitentiary to-day lor one year
The gentlemen admitted to tho local bar
vesterdaV wero l'atiick Q.'Farrcl and
Charles H, Leipos.
Upon tho recommendation of tho ex
amining couimltteo Messrs. Jainds Gllleii
and F, V. MoDonnott wero to-day admit
ted l the District bar.
Maniago licenses havo been Issued as
follows: Charles N'. Steele of this city and
llary K. Dement, of Alexandria, Va.;
'Xhonins If, Stently and Ardelia Trice, both
ofltlchniond, Vn.; Charles L-. Henklonnd
Jvintnn C. Cratin, both of ilockingliam
Ooftnty, Vn.; William W. Turner and
Maggie II. Woodgate; John Monl3 and
NettloA Groshou; Lemuel Krgood of this
City and Lucy J. Scybolt of lUchmoml.
Third Aninml (Irmlmitlnir liter-
clics of tlio IIIrIi School.
Tlic tlilrd nnnitnl comiuencemeut in" tlio
"Washington JJIgh School was held in the
school building nt 11) o'clock this morning,
where n very large and appreciative au
dience had assembled to ltnes-) tho
graduating exercises or tho class of '".
On the pint form werrseated Commissioner
West, President Jlauni of tho school
lxmrd, Hev. Ur. Phillips, Prlncljiul K. A.
Paul. Mls Dnmo and .Mr. Lnne, Trnstco-i
ilirney, (.'urtiss and Clarke.
The order of exercises included n salttla
lory by llattle J. HucUley; oration on
character by V,', H. Armstrong; oxperl
nienls and dcnioiistratiotis; cssavs b
llatlieM. Ctishlng and Annie 10. h'cani
inell; leeltatlon by d'erlrude 0. Joehuin:
class history by Charles lcl. llincs; and
valedictory addics.s by C. Spencer Crosby.
Sjucial mcntlnn should he made of the
voial niiislc, the elns history and tho
(icneral West in n very appropriate
speech conferred the diplomas on the fol
I'lns'slcal eourso-.lambs WllloliKhhy Ander
son, William Hpeiiccr Armilrong, t'lmrlos
Iteiirdslfi)'. Jr.; Itairy I'roiiklln belt, Cli.irhn
Hudson ISoynlon, ('Italics Kdw.ird Ilrock.
Kuguio rluro Ilrown. Perclval Mordauut
Ilrown, Wlllhim Uiitterworth. rraliel Joseph
Caiman. Arthur Knstniiin Clifford. Charlos
l.eo Cook, Cliiipmnu SKsneor Cronby, John
liroughton Diilsh, ihnll Dlehltsoh, clarence
Kugcnu Doyle, Jidiu Howard Drown, James
Shirley Katon, John I'leteher Knlrehlld. Will
Inm I.e( oinpto l-'ord, Pant Hot ham, JnliKM Am
bioso tlniilio, CharlcH De l.auo lllues, Vcruou
llnstnbrook )lodct'8,John llurtlett ttull.disirgu
William lliirlelmus, Fled Tliomns Kali fax
Johnson. Kdwnid Hniltli Low s, (lid -on Allen
l.vous, Ji.j Jolin Miieauley. (,'eorgo N'uvlllo
Jloorc, Clarence lllirgs .Myilek, Wlllunl Averlll
Pollard, Anthony Lindsay Kay, John Krncst
Uelnl.urg, Ilinry Pordyeo lllley, Krnest bonis
Schmidt. Kdwnid (julney Smith. 1'itderlek
Solum, Alfred HowiuiSioake, William Samuel
Tell, .Ir.J Janus Watson, tleorgo Clm?e Wed
del bum, taniuel Stanhope Williamson, Votol
Woodburv Willmwhhy, "William Pranklln
Wllloligliny, John IiiiKlihorqilgh Wirt. Wlllluin
Crelghton Woodward, Catharine erotilcn
Allen, Until,! Josephine Aitnstiong, Mary
Aluigatet llallev, Iviinim Ilallnmu, Clara Leu
I'.miou, l'loieuto Iteaidsley. lary AiiuUeiry,
i:il2nlath Cherrlll ISoude, Theodora llr.ulley,
Joanna Alojsla lliosiinhan, ICUzahetli Virginia
nrown, iiauin.iauo jtueiuy, osepmun iiuriu',
Frances .loseplihie Campbell, CnrollnoLAWood.
(criiiKic lieiiiiMovo iincuuni, iiimie ueueva
.Tones, Khther Jane Laekev, Margaret
Agues L:iialiau, Klenuor busier, r.llu
Lnwton, Amy Cnrollno Loftus, Mm la
Nellie l.o.oy, Alice Chrlstluo .Me
Dude, JIary Ullabcth Million, Alice
Kdlth Ann Mnloiie. Hilda North, Clara Vir
ginia Cher, Cora Amelia ()slre, Mary Vernon
Potter, Jc.aiinrttuCoiiu.il, l.llllau Kmma Cook,
Hnttle Mmrlll Cu-hhig, Jennie KlUa Davis.
Adnllne (ianmnvay Davison. Kmllle Devlin,
Kay Klllott, Jennie baiub Kntwistle, Anna
-Alalia Foley. Xellle May Friend. Alexandra
l.oui-o (iiilcskl, Lenh (lasjien, I'Milh Itcbecca
Calduev. Kminaderinan, Sarah Clbson, Anna
Mtienntlllbcil. Florence Cnrollno drlgg, Nina
riunlon, Myrllo Orllllth Hughus. S'esta lllch
mds, Annlo Kll.ubcth Seninmell, Hosamonil
Comstock Simons, Meitle Stevens ShiMihaugli,
MaiyMaiid filalnakcr, Lena Drslua, Stearns,
Can le Stewart, l.lla Taylor. Annlii Kll.abeth
Walker. (Irani Anita Wulker, llattle lioe
White. lllaneheDeliiplahiu WIlllnms.'Alleo lis
telle Wllloiiglibv, Clara Haniuih Wilson, Ade
laide 'iheiesa Wilton. Marlon Wilton. Mary
r.nte Wood. J'loilda Virginia wyiio and Kitltli
lluhicss couise- Crank Clinton lllsley.
fhuenre Itensselear Craumer, Harry Horry
Cioshy, ( hailes Allen Davis, Fentoii Alson
llennl.iii, Thomas Joseph Dougherty. John
(!i erne llolden, Simon Lyon. Samuel Mornnco
Slcwait, Samuel Arthur Swindells, Miriam
Jane Austin, Addle Jemima Diirrick, Julia
Theiesa Cnvniiniigli, Adnlhm Allen Davis,
Jlniy Itebeoea Diinulngton, JIavy Janudavlu,
Daisy Hepburn, Mary Vivian Llthgow. Kittle
Kllzahcth Martin, Mnry lCUnbeth Mcllowau,
Wilhelinlnn Marie Miller, Kmlly Hebeeea Proc
tor, Jennie Leo llyder, J'lunxty Seanlan.
Srur.KT l.MiMiovr,Mi;xr!i. Woik of grad
ing the stieets surrounding tho rcerva
t Ion ut Fifth street and South Carolina
avenue has been commenced. Filth
street, between Hast Capitol and tho Ave
nue, is being paved with Belgian blocks.
Aiiinvu. op Tin; Ai.nvrcoss. The
steamer of the Tiiilcd .States nh Comniis
slim, Allintioss, l.ieutciiant Comuiaiidcr
l.'zra Tanner, lias ariived at the Jfuvy
Yaid after u series ofdecp-'-ea sound
ings. C1.OSIS1. Davh. The following -days for
closing the Kast Washington schools have
been decided upon: First, second and
thin! grades, June 15; fourth, lll'th, sixth
and seventh grades, June 10; eighth grade,
June 17; tho exercises beginning at 10
TiinKr.w I'liiy; ITibiT.xs Miv. The Free
Disi ensure and Ihiicrgoncy Hospital
which was started in thocaiucnVllethcl
ltctrcat about two weeks ago Is meeting
with great success. Already uhout sixty
patients have been treated, and it is ar
ranged that a llit-classjihyscian is always
in attendance. The East Washington
churches are taking mi active interest in
the hospital, and each propo-es to lit up a
waid Tor the poor among their respective
congtcgatlons. On June 2T Air. John
l'hillip ."ousa has arranged Tor a grand
contort to be given in Lincoln Hall for its
benefit, and the entertainment should re
cidve tliealtl'ofall. citi.ensol' K.ist Wash
ington. WEST WASHINGTON.
Sultcilptton and aifrfrliumentifor Tin; Ciutio
Mcthidat V, 11. UMlnrf ilru'i (lore,
A CoiuticeTio.v. The impression prevails
among tunny that tlio remains of Wolfe
Tine himself nie burled in the Presby
terian Cemetery, but such is not the fact,
nor is it known where his bones are lying.
Hero arc the graves of his widow and that
ef his son, Theobald Wolfe Tine, who was
formerly an ollieer in the army of the
great Napoleon and afterward n Lieuten
ant in the Cnitcd States Army.
Mn. P.vvxi: ItKCovKP.i.vo. Mr. Henry
Payjio of the Quartermaster-General's
oilfce is recovering fiom his six weeks' ill
ness of pneumonia, and hopes to be about
again very soon.
Pj-.r.sosAi.. Miss Fannie Mackall, daugh
ter of Dr. Mackall, is yery ill. with gastric
fever at her father's residence on the cor
ner of Duubartoii avenue and Thirty-llrst
street. Sho was considered a little better
A IlucpiAti Fi:ioiiti:nkii Away. Mrs.
Cornelius Itanisburg ofNoZsil L streot,
repoits that about " o'clock yesterday
morning she yas awakened by a noise in
the house and upon investigation dis
coveied a negro burglar upstairs. Upon
being found out he made Ids escape. It
is supposed that he either used fulso keys
or secrctcd'liiniseif abouf the house dur
ing tlio day, as none of the locks wore
broken or any part of the house left open
for him to cuter after night,
Citusur.n nv Com,. A colored man
I'dwuril Fornian, employed at Winship's
coal dock, whilo unloading coal from a
canal-boat this morning, -was seriously
injured about the head and neck by a tub
ot cool falling on him. He was removed
too shanty near by und attainted by Dr.
Kilter, who considers him to be In quite u
Hi'MAWAV. About $:.'!0 o'clock this
morning a horso attached to a baker's
wagon belonging to Fred Stohlimm be
came unmanageable near College pond
nnd tan to tlio Aqueduct Uridge, throw
hie Charles .Stohlman. the son of Mr. Fred
Btohlniau, who was driving the wagon,
out, slightly injuring him about the head
nnd face; nun damaging the. wagon tosome
Tun ltivEf.'s C'o.vnirioN. Temperature
nnd condition of water at 7 u. in.: Great
Falls, temperature, 7-; condition. 11; re
ceiving reservoir, temperature, 7u: condi
tion at uoi tli connection. 2J: condition at
south connection, 21; dUtrlbutlng reser
voir, temperature, 7.1; condition at influent
gate-hou'-e, 20; condition ut diluent gate
Heads LI lie a Campaign Ll).
The WnshlngtQii corrcunnudjiit of tho
Cleveland Lci'mci- says of Mr. Hotmail's
Junketing trip: "This generous old state.)
man hns ajipointed his own son as clerk or
sccietarv ftir the party, at n salary of $0
n day. Tho young man's piinclpal duties
will be to carry tlio old gent'a valtso, and
rush out now and then when n station Is
reached to buy his stro n plug of tobacco."
Twentieth Aiiiimil Coiiiineiieeniont of
11i Coliiiiiblnii Uiihcrstty Law Jtlnpnrl-
Tho twentieth minimi cointnencetnent
of the lni depaitmeut of tlio Columbian
rnlversity Is being held this nltcrnoon In
Allmugli's Grand Opera House, and prom
Ms to be one of the most successful or any
in the history oi'thc university.
'J lie piogramme includes music by the
Mniine Hanil, J. Phillip Sotisa conductor;
nddrcscs by lion. Francis Wharton,
LL. I)., und Hon. William Strong, LL. D,;
awarding prios lor legal essays; and con
ferring of dcgices by Picsidcnt Jaiucs C.
Welling, LL! 1).
Thodf'giee.slo be eonferred arc as fol
lows: iiArur.ioa op i.aus,
Dlstrlrtof Columbia J. H. Adrhinns. John
K. ( laike, II. J. I'lnley. Joseph Harper, W. P.
Metenlf. Ilulliird .Morris. W. I). Norrls, J. It.
Spntildhig, W. W. Towiisend.
lrgliihi- Dougln'9 8. Mackall. I1. I,. Mar
shall, Jr., J. P. sjheppcid, llruco Simmons.
Illinois M. 11. Hallnv, Clinton (Inge. Jolm
Klmmel. (treen II. ltiiuin. Jr., John llnum.
Mniylandpllowiird Uonll, V. N. llctliql. K.
StIdeyCnilshi. r - '
Miwsaehuselts- A. 8. Clnlstle, I".. II, l'attci
fon, F. A. Pe.nso.
Pemisylvnnla It. P, Danlel.s. (ieorgc J.
Mcihlhig, Nathaniel L. Itohlnsoii, (i. II, Will
iams. Malm IMwnrd N. Dingier,
Wisconsin- Ir lug 11. Dudley.
Indiana- (Jscnr Footo.
calllornla- D. II. dale, V, A. Meyer.
Kansas- Pie-ton H. (Illlette, Angelo C.seott,
S. a. shlpmai).
Mlnliosoti.-AlbcrlijU II. Hall.
Ohio-John M. Kllllts. J. V. Moore, William
II. Holilii'on, lluwImiKTiolor.
Tennessee James Mayiinril.
l-lolldn-T. It. MueDoliald.
New York- W. M. (Inloy, II. W. Slociun. Jr.,
V. Deb. Smith.
Comiccllcut II. L. Keynolds, Jr., W. P.
Wnilner, AImiii T. Tracy.
Krntiieky- ( . 8. Powell.
New Hampshire W. II. Patterson.
AViohhigJoii 'IVnlloiy- Jplm A. Luce. .
3IAST1.II 01- I.AUh.
district of Columbia A. W. Fleming. T. II.
lIlKitliwJ.H. Pierce. Joseph Shllllngtoii, Jr.,
V. M.Tiyon.T. W. Siirpent.
tndlauu-t . N. Hut hell.
Mftlnc-P. It. Cleaves.
NcwYoik AlficdCium, II. L. Fnlrehlld, C.
C. Hiiljilue. V. De b. Smith, (leorge F. Stone.
Massachusetts II. 1'. COolldge, C.T.Sawyer.
Pennsylvania II. F. Crawsliaw.
Illinois T. F. Dennis, ).'. W. Matteson,
Wisconsin- I. II. Dudley, W. II, (Irani.
Maryland-J. T. Downs. W. l. Steuart
Kentucky (I. A. Kversole, II. (!. Howard.
Callfornki -D. It. Gate, l A. Meyer.
Kansas- Angelo C. Seott. Joseph Stewart.
Connecticut- Martin Welles.
Aikiiir-us- W. W. Wllshlrc. Jr.
Jllclilgun-S. L. Williams, Uotut F. Wood.
The executive coiumiltceof the students
in charge of the commencement are Kd
ward is. Dingley, chairman: George F.
llaxter, A. H. Hall, John M. KiUits, Osc.tr
l'oote, Giecn It. liaiini, jr., !'. De L. .Smith.
Clime Among tho Youth.
The grand jury in their Until report
made to the Criminal Court to-daycall at
tention to the Increase of crime among
the youth ol" tlio city, tlic large and In
cicasing number of pool-rooms in tlic
city, whero-they think much of the ras
cality js concocted. They lire also of tlic
opinion that the sentences to the jail tiro
light and ha o not the beneficial died, and
suggest that some other means should
be resented to tomako tho punishment have
good results. Justice MaoArthur indorsed
all the grand jury stated, nud hoped tho
authorities would take some action in re
gaidtotno free pool-rooms, where, young
men were being debauched anil entering
Minor News Notes.
Congrcssnian-clect Colo of H.iltiniore,
is very ill at Atlantic City.
The reported loss ol' tho I'lcuch gun
beat ltcnaid is not continued.
Minister Phelps lias invited Senator
l.'diuunds to be his guest during his so
journ in London.
Fcidiniind Ward pleaded not guilty to .
INII IIIUIUIIUI'IIIS UUIUM HUH JWlIIll.V Willi
Fi'sk yesterday morning.
'J he French man-of-war, Kcnard
with a ctcwof iiiiiety-twosouls. Is believed
to, have foundered in tho lied Sea.
The bursting of n sewer in Loudon
last night Hooded a portion of the aristo
cratic quarter. TJic new residence of Min
ister Phelps, was among those flooded.
The Uauloli says that I'ussia declines
all oilers of Americans and Irishmen sent
through tho llussian Minister tit Washing
ton to equipn piivatcer licet against Fug
laud A mass meeting or citizens in favor of
the entrance of the llnltiniorcetOiiioUail
load into Philadelphia was held last even
ing at the Philadelphia Academy of
Tho New York Patlii Cummcrclut Untie
tin places tho aggregate loss of lire.-. In
May In tlic United states and Canada at
f8,7.',C0O, or 10 per cent, increase in tiro
waste during the same month tor ten
A large delegation or printers from the
International Convention went from Xew
York to Philadelphia vesterdav as tho
guests of Mr. G. W. Chllds. They wero
given a sumptuous banquet at Fairniount
Sullivan, who is traveling' with a
minstrel troupe, posing as ancieiU satu
ary, made his first appearance in that role
in Philadelphia last night. One or his
"ancient" pocs was that of Sullivan him
self in prize-lighting position.
The judgment against tho personal
property of Mi. Delia T. Parnell was can
celled In the Court ofChanccry at Trenton
yesterday by friends from New York.
Thcio was, therefore, no tale at her home
in Itordentown. Tlic sheriff did not ap
pear. Tho residenco was tightly closed at
the hour appointed for the sale.
Walter C. Whipple, a son or General
Whipple of General Ilauoook's stall', com
mitted suicide in New York last evening
by shooting himself through the heart.
He was 2o years of age and a student at
the New York Medical College. Over tax
ation of the brain is said to have been the
cause or suicide. Young Whipple was
well known in this city. His father was
on duty in the War Department hero for
a number of years,
A -Richmond dispatch to the Baltimore
AmerlcttU says that vesterdav Congre-snian
John S. Wise and Captain Tazewell F.llott
engaged in a street rencontre, growing out
or a suit nbout n patent on gentlemen's
drawers. Captain Kllett met Wiso yester
day morning, and commented severely
til)bn the decision which had been ren
dered without any notification to him. He
used and reiterated harsh condemnation
of Wise, who then struck him, and a lively
light ensued. Ilerore the combatants wero
separated they wero arrested.
Tho motion for a now trial in tho caso
of Cluverius was denied yesterday. A
motion was made for tin arrest of judg
ment; that is, that the sentence ot the
court should not, bo pronounced. To
morrow week was fixed for argument on
this motion, Cluverius' counsel are busily
engaged In preparing bills of oxceptlon to
curry his case to the Court of Appeals, It
is hardly probable that that tribunal can
hear this case before tho October or No
vember term. If this Js the case, the death
sentence, which will bo passed upon him
by the Hustings Court, can hardly be
executed before the hitter part of the
The trial of Lily Coots in the 1'olice
Court this morning, oiut charge of keep
ing a disorderly house, developed ono of
the liio.it deplorable casos of immorality.
A good-looking mulatto girl, II years of
age, wearing sliott dicsses and small for
her age, testiilcd to living ono week at tho
house of the accused. A lino of $."0 ivus
Imposed. The girl was sent to tho House
ot tlio Good Shepherd in llaltiiuoio in
charge of an olUcor of tho Humane So
ciety. Caitai.n Fiui,pii, of the Salvation
Army asked for nud got police protection
for his revival work at Nash's Hall last
night, hut his audience was so small in
number as wdl OS physically, that there
wasn't enough mnteriafto got up any dis
THE AHMYAN1) NAVY.
Notes of Intel ! lo tlio Servleo l-'rniii
All Along tho Lines,
The letiring board atSan Anlonin, 'fox.,
of which General D. H. Stanley was prcl
denl, has been dissolved.
Itrar-Adinlral and Mr.', J. C, P. Do
Kinllt.will spend the summer nt thu Vir
ginia White RitlphltrSprlngs.
Lieutenant-Commander Charles II.
Davis Is ip the c!U' for a day or two from
tho i'owhntaii. wlileh Is now In Hampton
(Jc,ioral 0. M. Poo, formerly of General
Shermiii),j$ln1i, and Jijs (humbler, arc In
the clton tlfclr way front Annapolis to
Captain Chailes l Jtiimphroy, assist
ant qunrlcriiinstcr, I", S. A lcives.San
J'raijclsto this week for ills new station at
Thogrndiiallng ball at West Point will
laku place Thursday evening, und will ha
ntlcudiii by tunny iirmy olllchiU nud so
ciety people heie.
Genoiiil George II. Dandy, deputy
(iunitornuistcr-goucril, has icttirned to
Oninliri from Forts D. A. ItU'sell, Laraluie
and lliidfjc, Wyoming.
Lleuleiuiut Charles M. McG.irteuey, I'.
S. N., is visiting hl home at No. Jit'.W
Diihbftrton avOnue, Georgetown, on leave
fiom the New York Navy-Yard.
Major henry 11. Ficcman, Seventh In
fantry, nnd Mrs. Freeman, both of whom
arc wdl-knowii heie, arc visiting in
Oninhu, from I'oit Laramie, Wyoming.
Lieutenant William K. Hirklicinier.
Thiid Ailillcrv, formerly of the Signal
Corps, nrrlved'at the Arcnal Siturday on
duty with General Warner's light bat
Colonel William K. Parnell, caplaln
Fiist CaValry, who is on sick leave in San
Francisco, from Fort Maginnis. Montana,
has taken a house at No. 1103 Fills street,
Captain Woodhul S. Hchcnck, Marl no
Coi ps, who has been visiting his Uncle.
J'ay Diicctor Caspar Sclleuck, in Han
Francisco, leaves there this wed: for his
station at Philadelphia.
'I he little scvon-year-ohl daughter ol'
Naval Constructor Geoige F. Mullett,
Miss Pearl, fell over a stair-rail Thursday
al her homo in tho Norfolk
and was severely In hired
Tlic older to sell tho quartermaster's
schooner, Matchless, at Fort P.arr.mcas
I'cnsacola, has been revoked and she has
been tritnsl'ciTcd to tho Coast Survey for
work in the Gulf of Mexico.
LleutcnnulO.skaloo.saM. Smith, Twenty
second Infantry, nide-de-canip to General
Stanley, is acting as Adjutant-General of
the Department id" Texas until General
J'ugglcs reports there for duty.
Light llatfcry F, Fourth Artillery,
Major Frank G. Smith, at Fort Snclllng,
has been dlicctcd to encamp witli the.
Minnesota Militia at Faribault during
tlio week fiom June 21 to July 1,
General Samuel Ilrecic. assistant adjutant-general,
and .Mrs. ltrcck arrived at
'Omaha hist Wednesday from Fort Snell
ing, Minn. ; General llrcck to report for
duty on General Howard's stall'.
Colonel Charles A. llooth, assistant
quartermaster, and Mrs. llooth, arrived
heie this morning fiom Columbus, Ohio,
and nie visiting Mrs. llooth's mother, Mrs.
Lockwood, at No 1717 Do Sales stieet.
Colonel Henry 0. Corhin, assistant adjutant-general,
1ms been ordered from Chi
cago to Jcll'crsonvilli', Ind., to inspect
property for which Captain Addison 15ar
rett, niililaiy storekeeper, is accountable.
A Lisbon cable dispatch from Com
mander Silas 'ferry, commanding the
training squadron, announces tlio arrival
of the Jamestown and Portsmouth at
Fayal, Azores, May 20, after it pleasant
voyage. All we'll on board.
Colonel George II. lusull, captain
Ninth Infantry, is ordered to loin his com
pany at Fort 1). A. Russell, Wyoming, on
being relieved July 1 from duty on the
staff of his father-in-law, General C. 0.
Augur, at Foit Leavenworth.
Major Charles M. Tcrrlle, paymaster, is
relieved from duty in Texas and ordered
us chief paymaster at Omaha, relieving
Major Tlimldetis II. Stanton, who is or
deicdtoSalt Lake City, to relievo Major
W. H. Kekols, ordered to St. Paul.
Assistant Paymaster J. Dixon Doyle of
this city, who" Is on duty on board the
sloop-ot-war Iroquois, at Panama, has
been sullen ng from mi attack ol'chagrcs
fever a half-brother of Yellow Jack
hut was convalescent at last accounts.
Major William S. Wotth, F.ighth Tn
fantrv. .who was recently on recruiting
duty here, reached San Francisco last
Tuesday with Mrs, Worth, en unite to
join ins company at Aiiget island, nan
General Horatio Gates Gibon, colonel
Third Artillery, the new couiiuunilunt of
the garrison here, arrived nt the arsenal
yesterday morning from St. Augustine,
Fin, Mrs. Gibson arrived Sunday and
was preceded several days by tho oldest
daughters, who uio now the guests of
Colonel and Mr.-. Robcit G. Rutherford.
Assistant Surgeon F. N. Ogden ordered
to tho receiving-ship St. Louis; Paymaster
Allen detached from duty at the Naval
Academy nnd ordered to report to the
Judge' Advocnte-Geucral of tho wavy; As
sistant Knglncor King detached from the
Navol Academy and ordered to the Hart
foul; leave of obsence for six vyeclcs
granted to I'rofesior Simon Ncwcoiub,
with permission to leave tho country;
leaves of absence granted to Lieutenants
Wyckolf, Franklin and Heidi.
Rear-Admiral an'd Mm. Roger N. Stem
bel arrived at tlio Kbbltt House yesterday
evening from Philadelphia, where tho'v
have been for two mouths, but will leave
to-morrow evening for Capon Springs to
spend the bummer. Their son, Lieutenant
.Ionics Moil, Stembcl, Ninth Infantry, Is
.still In Philadelphia witli his wire, having
found it too raw and cold at Atlantic City,
but will soon leavo theio for New York,
nnd during the summer will lie most of
tho time nt various points along Cape Ann
and tho New Kngland coast, reaching
Halifax by October when, Iftho Lieuten
ant's health is not improved, they will go
to Kurope with Admiral and Mrs. Htoni
hel, to pass next winter in Italy. Mr.
Stembcl Is suil'oring from tho malaria pe
culiar to tho high altitude In Wyoming,
where ho has served for nearly ten years,
and which generally results in cerebro
Dentil of rieuoral Cuvlor flroMir,
General Cuvler Grover, colonel Flrit
Cnvnlry, who died suddenly lat Saturday
at Atlantic city, will be buried this after
noon at West Point, in accordance witli a
wisli expressed by liliu years ago, He
wnsbornin Maine, July 21), 182s, and en
tered at West Point July 1. 181(1, graduat
ing in I860 at brevet second lieutenant,
and was promoted to lieutenant Fourth
Artillery the following September. When
the Tenth Infantry was formed In 135 he
was appointed tirst lieutenant in that
tcglmciit, becoming captain September 7.
IMS, and was promoted to major Third
Infantry August at, l&fi, by seniority.
During the uui'he served witli great dis
tinction as division commander in the
Annr of tho 1'otojnao and In tho Nine
teenth Corps, being brevetted for tho bat
tles nt Williamsburg, Fair Oaks, yedor
Creek, Winchester and Fisher's Hill, (ind
wns'severely wounded at Cedar Crock, l)n
tho lnomiso of the army In 1WK) ho w'us
niliele lleutonunt-coloud of tho Thirty
eighth Infantry, and was transferred to
the Firfct Cavalry, Decumber, 1870, bccopi-
lug colonel ot tno regiment wceomher -',
Ihi5, on the retirement of General George
Stoueuiaii. Ills death promotes Lieuten
ant Colonel Nathan A. M. Dudley to colo
nel First Cavalry: General James S,
Hiisbln to lieutenant u)lonet Ninth
C'tiMiliy; Captain Fran!; T. Itennctt to
major Second Cavalry, nnd Lieutenant M.
II. Hughes to captain and Lieutenant
George It. HutiicU to first lieutenant
Ninth Cnvnlry. He was twluo married,
Ids llrst wife elylng nf cholera in Dj 17 on
the plaljui. Ho was a njliitlvKi of president
Cleveland, and was prominently men
tioned for' promotion to brigadiiir-geuor.il
on the coming retirement of General Au
gur next ju'pnil).
"Fiia Dt.wot.o," A very largo ntulloneo
witnessed the performance of Aubcr's
popular opcrn last evening at Albaugh's
Grand Opera-Housi;, and had It not been
for the clmltering of lneonldcrato thcutro
parties, every one would have heartily en
joyed tho entcitalnnicnt. As It Was ninny
ol tho audience wero legated more with
choice details of tho domestic nllnlrs or
certain families than they were enter
tained by I he dialogue on the stage.
'Iliosp who wero undisturbed, however,
keenly enjoyed the performance. It is a
novelty to seo a woman ns Fra Diawh,
but M)s.s Winston assumed all Iho litllo
masculine iiiiinnpriit that nro conven
tional in enduring tho part In u way (hat
was very altinctne, Mls Louise stearic
made a decided lilt as Xtrllmt, and her
opening solo was Justly encored. An on
em (. should have been demanded from
Miss Winston, win) followed, for of tho
two her execution was decidedly tlio
more brilliant, 'flic chorus sang excel
lently nnd was repeatedly encored. With
tint exception of the Huston Ideal chorus
it is the bet diilled of any comic light
(bonis on the stage. Mr. Walt Hninp
sjilic sang the pint of I.men:n .sweetly, but
litis luiully enough itniniution. Messrs.
Allen and Fay, as '' litipnmlt, were no
heller nor worse than the usual porformerH
or those parK The reniiiinlng charac
ters wcto acceptably taken. To Mr. Adiim
I tad I. jr., director or the orchestra, is duo
the credit for the excellent training of the
Cemiqiii; Si'mmcr G miiikk.TJiu Theatre
Combine Summer Guidon opened last
night, and a gicnt crowd was on hand to
witness tho best piece or uido-draiualiu
acting seen at tins resort for years, Miss
Funny Honing ns .luck Shcpiiunl, Tho
sumo bill will he presented every night
this w'eck nnd at tlio matinees Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday. Tho Summer
Gaulen is a delightfully cool place, and
wotth the small price of admission charged
for n chance to (scape from the heat of
swellciingin the ordinary pluccsol' amuse
ment. I - !-
f ! IMI till .1 II ! IlltllfllllllMlfrf.
The grand jury lo-doy nrcsenled the
following Indictments; William T'ippett,
assault with intent to kill; Charles Crane,
lai cony from llio pcr.son; William John
son, horso stealing; Charles King, house
hicakingin night; Oscar Turner, house
bieakiug in night; William Jackson, sec
nnd oll'cnse petit larceny; H.iinuel Messier,
assault with intent to kill; Jos. II. Lavct'y,
larceny from the person; Charles John
son, housebreaking in day; Mnrgarct
Rllcy, Annie Pignot, Alexander Sandman
and Aaron llrunii, selling oleomargarine
Without label; Albert Jackson, assault
witli Intent to kill; Win. Dixon, rape;
Samuel II. Gnnt, assaulting olllcor;
.Michael Gieen ami George llriscoe, as
'c York Stock ?tnrl(et.
The following luno been furnished by J.
Viiiuo Lewis, broker, southwest corner Klghth
and I" stieets:
o. Ue. si. kami:.
NY Cell.. H'Jlfi 8'l
I. Shore..., B1-U fll&J
... il7fi$ 7W
ih. tt'JU ivi)
lo. fi'jw r:i
L ,V Xusll
V Pacltlc. fi'JW
W Union.. i
Del A: II..1
,1 ,) VUI1... ,ll , (M
"prof. .. :v7K:
Oro Trans TtJWl
Itoek ls.. 1
The following summary Is by II. K. Plain &
Co., bt. (.loud building, Ninth and 1' streets:
Lard J illy...
1 0 i(7MS
' II r
It. K. Plain & Co.. St. Cloud building, fur
nishes the following oil quotations: Closed yes
teidny, 71HVS. Opened to-day, 71 I'M; highest,
8UjS;iowest.70)H! 'J:'-!"i, 80,
Four Thousand (1,000) Yards of Em
broidery, recently purchased at one-third
(1) their value, nnd will be offered ac
cotdingly, FINE GOODS
can now be obtained at the price of
Call- and see before purchasing else
where. E. G. DAVIS,
719 Market Space.
Sharpless' Oaudy Store.
Oreat Boduotlon la Prices, EattreUtocxat
Less ttiau Cost.
JAMES H. McGrILL,
Dealer in IICILDINO .SlTl'l'LIKS,
008 to OH O street northwest, next National
Architectural Iron Work, Cement, Plaster,
Fliollrlck, 1'lro Clay, Wull biato, Paints), Oil.
437 BKVENTII 8T, N0BTHWE8T.
O, P. BUBDETTE, Sole Agent.
TIIK WW? IV TUB DlaTHIUT.
SAMUEL C. PALMEn, Arjent.
Vi'M TWrN'I'Y-NIKTH BTflUtT NOKTHWEHT
i ITCHING PILES.? S
1 lnii,n.iy I JH""JlU'U.OTfamtlHl.
3 B fejaSfcaxUia
lansburgli & Bro
Another Grand Move Toward
an Increase in Business.
Wouiu now building 1111 extension of a,"x
117 feet to our already magnificent mlnMlsh
lrtent, wlileh, wheir llnlshed, will give us tho
finest Show Itooma In tho United HtutoJ. Wo
liuxcflio finest Ulcctrlo Light In tho country,
mnkliignt night our cntlro building as bright
as thoflnest.day In sunlight. No heat of gas,
or from the engine 1 tinning tho Kloctrlo Light,
atotiu would Imagine, because the sloru li
cooled by VI largo Patent fans, distributed
throughout ho building, makhi,r u broo
en.ital to that felt on opu of our steaniors whllo
sailing against tho wind on tlio I'otonwo. ,VU
of this Is worth seeing, and you 1110 cordially
Invited to como and enjoy tho biecze, whether
or no you wish to purchase. Wc havo ooni'S to
tho cnc!iison that wo havo more goo Is and
less money than wo want to carry out onr now
cnteiprlsoof lunnlng our building through to
Llghth street. Wo sh.ill open this new ad
dition, with new goods only. Wo shall com
mence to run off our pi cent stock, without
regaid to cost. Our assortment Is largo, much
larger than necessary to cany. Wo will, must
iiiid-sliiillscll. Cull and bo convinced that it
is a pleasure to deid with LAXSIIUltClH ,t
llltO. Jsomlsicpiescntntlons arc made. Kvcry
m tide Is guaranteed us leprescntedor moaey
300 pieces Beautiful Sattcens at I2;c
300 " Extra Fine " at - 18c
3CO " Finest, Figured Batiste, 16c
Tl;ce uvo good valuo nt l!,"e per yard.
100 rjicces Colored Nuns' Veiling,
yard wide, at - I2J;
100 pieces Colored Lace Bunting,
yard wide, at 12c
The regular pilco of thoso goodi is JOc. They
arc the greatest bargains over ollercd, and
must bo closed.
500 pieces Fast Color Lawns at Ac
300 pieces Yard-wide Lawn, the most
select patterns, at 7c per yard.
These nro advertised by other merchants ns
2 cases English Cheviot at 8c per yd.;
Our 8c Dress Ginghams
Are superior to any offered hi this city
V2ytc; worth 25c.
Our laundered Shirts
at 75c arc equal to any eti'tora-mado Shirts.
Do not fail to seo them.
All Linen 4-Ply Collars at 5c.
3,000 p'ecss of il!, all reduced
fully 30 p?r ecnt. W) litve the largest
stock cf Silkj scuth of New York.
Our Eemnant Room
on tho Thltd Floor Is Immonsc.
AVnuisiiItu Cotton nt 8c per yard.
Striped and rialil Organdie at lOu;
ItcmnunlH of Sheering mill l'lllon -Oimo
Oottou nt ImU-prlcc.
ItciniinntH of Sniiill I'atterni Ibigllali
Duck for Hoys' wear at 801 wortli :J3o.
ltemnaiitsof Dross Goods at oiie-thlitl
their value, und
Thousands of other Remnants
Otirctoek Uconiploto In every department.
No pains will be spared to make this tlio
grandest cloiiu-out uale ever attempted In
Store Opi Emf fliiiir
Until 8 o'clock.
Lansburgh & Brother,
420, 422, 424 and 426 Seventh St.
-.-- . .V .s S,
814 BEVENTJI STttEKT,
Tho Largest Stock of Millinery and
Fancy Goods and Visiles In tho city.
ZEJ. 3c. DAVIS,
Black Dross Goods, Embroidorins,
Lacos and Trimmings.
710 MABKET aPAOE, TVABmNOTON, . O,
SUiN UlifiRELLAS aTd'PMIA
I'ull Btocli ot Bun Umbreltss and Parasols.
WILLIAM R. RILEY,
Ullry KiilMIng, 1'or. Olli anil II Mis. 11. ,
Ladles' Tailor and Habitmakor,
730 Seventeenth Sr. N. W.
HOSIERY a Specialty
K1STH AND PHTruSffirg,
hats and Umbrellas
-Mackinaw Straw Hats
Tho eolobratcil MACKINAW ST1UW HATB
DUNLAP & CO. of New York
Poail und Doo color, Ureas aud Iiiirby liata
lu all eliupc?, nt
"WILLETT & RUOFP'8,
Solo Agoute for Duulnp's N05T York.IIaM,
005 1'liSSBri.YAMrA AVUSOC.
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions and
I. e limit llulldliiff, 8t)i und L'SIt.
bulge and Small Quantities, (strictly on
Commission. Private Wires. Coiiitnat riao
tatlons. Ofllto open from H a. 111. to r p. in.
TOWERS & GEBEIT,
Bankers and Insurance,
1423 F Street Northwest,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Transact a General Banking. Business.
Deposits Subject to Ouock.
Bprclal attontlon clvou to Departmental and
other Culltctloua: Buy and Hull U. S. llouda
and all District Securities. Wo lusuo
Drafts and Circular Letters of Credit
on Europe and the East
B. K. PLAIN.
W, 1). HIIIBB.
B.L PLAIN M, Briers.
Grain, Provisions, Petroleum,
St. Cloud Building, Ninth and P Sts.
WASHINGTON, D, 0,
Olty References National Bank of the tie
public, Chicago Oorrespondoatt MILM1NE, COD
MAN & CO.
OoiiBtant quotations ot tbo Ohlcigo and New
York Markets from direct i.rtrato wlroa.
F. II. LILLKV.
T. A. E1S.NDI0.
F. B. Lilley & Oo.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
1127 F STREET N. W WASHINGTON, D. 0.
UBANon OFFIOE-4 B. Uollldrty St., lialtlmorB
t37 Railway and otlior Securities bouetit
and eold on OonimlBslon only, Stocks and
bonds bought for investment or carried on
NEW STOCK. NEW STYLES.
Cheapest Boots & Shoe3
IN THE OITV AT
"W -A. 3D r b -sr ' s,
COB. OTH AND E bT3. N. TV.
EDMONSTON & CO.,
isao and 1341 r stiiekt,
Ana t Avenue Utore-UlU PENN, AVK.N'Ult
One-Price Shoe Store.
A. L. HAZELTON, g$&
423 BEVENTn BTnEET,
Under Odd-Fellows' Hall.
E. 0, Uurt's Fine Btiobs for ladles a specialty,
UUUT AND bUOKMAKKU,
ttTfj Tenth HI. n. Vf nnd 087 . !..
They Stand at the Head?
THE BEST SHOES
For Gentlemen's nwr, n Ilia World, or thi
vioney ur made by
STACY, ADAMS & CO.
coMt'ojtT, ntvi.t: vt Jxin.inir-iTVt
Aib your tlmkr for l!e fitaoy, Artmas & Co. Shoe.
TlifsiniouiUiiiQiiiiuluol ihuucit French und Do
raeittoetotk, Ivniiniiootops.lnliauil and innchinu
ow(d, in CONTUUISS, UUTTON nnd LAOE. nd
KVEUYI'Allt WAUUANTKU. Hatlfctioii fa
KUirttiitniid everyone Hint wourt tlio Htnoy, Adiunu
cCo. Sliau, Hold e very whew by Hrnt-cltiMdtiileK.
If these roods are not bopt In BtotK liy your
denier send your address to Stacy. AUAiid &
uo,, vu Hummor Bireoi, vostoa, mass.
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