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The Washington Critic.
AVUOLE NO. 5,293.
WASHINGTON, I), 0., TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 28, J885.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
814 Soventh Btreot.
Great Closing Sale
Hats, Honnotn, rioworo, ,
Tips, Plumos, Eibbona,
Lrtcos, Silks, Volvots,
Sun Umbrellas, Parasols,
Jorsoys, Gloves and Corsote.
3T"I)on'l Tall to Attend.
Closing Out Roiiiiiaiils
llio Stock imi t bo Cleaned I'p beloto ie
tuoinl, us cr examples.
Silk Swirl's, 1U t-2c.
Ono Dollar Henri's now fine.
Uiiun Collin .s, fir.
"Wllllf Vt'hlH, llllgt' HlCH, fiOc.
Linen I'nut.s, fiOe.
Seersucker Coals, fi()e.
Jean Di n cm, UCir.
Gaiiiso Slilrts, 2fie.
Linen Drawers, $1.00, olc.
lialancu ol' the Iinilallon Seer
sucker Coats and Vests have
been marked Iomi to ??'J!.no
13nll)iigi;un Shirts and Draw
ers, clouded, down to () per
The SI ones liavebeen reduced
Laundered Sliirts lor 7icniiil
Blue Flannel Noi 1'olk Jackets,
HENNIG, THE CLOTHIER,
410 Seventh Street.
Hot "Weather Shoes.
Wo hn o Just l Cecil ed 11 laigo lot of nil st) Its
Men's Low bhocs. All llrst class goods, but
must bo sold this be.ison. Ladles' unit Clill
Iicii'h lov bhocs in nil 8tj Ich. C'nnuis shoes
for tho mountains mid bcasldo. Lawn TuinK
lllcjcloiind Doatlng shoos. Our gonornl block
Is laigci tli.ui uct, tints enabling in to suit
tliotnost fastidious. A cull fiom our fi lends
iind tlioimbliu appreciated. Army and Navy
DALTON & STRICKLAND,
LIGHT WHIGHT. ALL WOOL. NL'W
goods, j ; 50.
E. 33. BABMUM & CO.,
ll I'pnnsvlwinln Avonuo.
Artificial Stone Paving Comp'y
Office, 1418 New York Avcuuo.
Artistic and Fine Work in Cement
Our bklltcd Workmen lay the following Pave
ments; Schlllcnger's Patent, Best Granolithic.
Asphaltum, Artificial Stone.
Kitchens, Sidewalks, fatablcsand Collins laid
With neatness and pionu'tncss.
Owners of propctty aro notlllid that they
will bo held ic!ponlblo foi Infringements of
this patent, 'llio United Mates Coiuts for tho
District of Columbia lino icicntly enjoined
ILL Ci unfold und tho Commissioners of tho
District of Columbl.i fiom hi)hig this pave
inent. All nitlllclal tslono pavements other
thnn that laid uudci tho patent ato w 01 thloss.
JOS. O. McKIBBIN,
Tclophono Call 407-2. I'reslilont.
ALL THE SUMMER RESORTS
Should bo will patioul?Lil. bitch pcimiih
that niogohig to leave "Home, bwect Homo"
foi nnothci clhnato should buy ouu of those
cheap, pretty ( niiiKf. to t nko with tlicni.
Now, wo not only havo tho Hunks, but tho
voiy things to go In them
Gents' Cicnlo linen Hills, S2 and $2 no,
Kitl.l tlzo black beigo ( o.itH, $1 fill
Moallug and 1 Uhbig fciihtH, bhocs, ctu , 1 m
uud Wool Hats at !(, Kvciy nitldout sweep
J. W. ttlTJLiDY,
191 1 mid 1010 l'a ao
O. P. Bukdetii:, Sole Agent?
1). W. Cl.l GCi'8
Combination Letter Sheet & Envel-
l'or letters, Koikes, Hills, blntcuieuls. C'litu
lars. 01 all blis, III bovtsor .'5,60, itW, U.7),
500 nml LOCK) i licit ,
lll lUspen&o with 1 u elopes.
Will buvo Weight in l'osliigo.
W 111 buvo lime nml '1 roublu,
'Iho pottolllco tliinipawill show ibito o( de
livery. J. W. W A'll.UH,
1 IW Now York uc,
bolo Afcl. foi Washington mid Alexandria.
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
003 Pennsylvania Avenue, second door wcbt
of Ninth utieet,
bOLE AGENTS l'Oll
Ohiokoring anil Janius & HolniBtrom
CLOUUII AKI WAJtlUIN OHC1ANH,
And all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
iEmerson.Stcclc & Bau's Pianos
n If H (1 fl Wilcox h Whito una Kimball
II m u nrBnns. l'Kiiioa and Orcntiu Bold
on Inotallmonte, routed or exchanged! rout np
pllod If pill'CliancMl,
HENRY EBERBACH, 915 F St.
Managing pai'luor or tiiiOiMn "nil of nils too,
Woodward & Loitiroi,
ONLY THREE OAYS MORE.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 20.
TIIUESDAY, JULY 30.
FRIDAY, JULY 31.
Our (1 rand Clcanlng-UpHcmnaiitBalo
Is deservedly meeting with tho desired
attention, ov orj thing now pointing to
tho accomplishment of our pm poso
I. ( Tho cntlro disposal of ovcri
thltig before stock-lnklng, to which
tho word "Hcmiiiiiii" enn bo consist
ently applied, In tho wny of "Bhort
Longlli?," Odd bl.es In Ghnc, Hosi
ery mid Unilcrwcar, HroKcn Linens,
Odd Lots, etc.
Wendilsonll otu uiistonieiautid tho
ptiblio Kouorally to -visit our storo
during tho next TltUUtt DA YB.
Qrond Homnant Salo of Colored
Realizinp; that ordinary re
ductions will not answer our
purpose at this season, we
have made a reduction of
from 0 to 50 per cent, to ac
complish the desired end of
selling the entire stock of
ShortLengths and Odd Pieces
before stock-taking. Remem
ber that under any other cir
cumstances these heavy re
ductions would not be made,
but the exigencies of the occa
sion demand that they must
S Cut I'licesof Cnrdltuil Knibiolilerj.ent
bioldercd In whltonnd cream.
lUglllar price Il'io
"Hemnanl" prlco U,'o
lCutl'leco n'-lneh Cnnlinnl Cloth, hiind
sonio open pattern, embroidered In black
ltigiilar pi Ice Viu
"Hcniiiant" prhu ZXa
lCutl'leco or nSi-lnch Uardlnnl Cloth, cm
broldcied In white.
HiKiihir price iMci
"Itemumit" price lo
1 Cut l'leco ') inch Cardinal Cloth, 0111
broldcrod In white.
itigular prlco ... ,10o
"Itemuanl" piico uo
lCutl'iccortK-lnch I'alo lllito Cloth, oiicn
Wotk pattern, embroidered In white.
uiguiar piico mu
1 Cut ricco':i.nchAll-o or Catdlnal Cloth,
eligantlv embroidered In crenm and white.
Itoguhir 1'ilco fjfin
"Heinuant" Piico SI 00
1 Odd l'leco of til-Inch Navy llluo I'rcnch
"Itomtmnt" piico Zia
I Odd Pieces ll-lnch I'lno l'lctich Cambric,
In sky blue, cardinal, gcndnriuo mid Ian.
Regular prlco I "10
"Heinuant" in leu Ijo
Cuatomcis who hao ovnmlncd theso goods
nt thch formci prices will appreciate theli
ottragood aIuo nl tho 1 educed prices.
Itomnants in Gloves.
The following two small
lots we style "Remnants,"
and with a view of causing
their disposal before stock
taking, have reduced them
as follows :
Lotl Ladlis'fi-bul. length l'lno lll'k Jcrboy
Silk (i lines, In sl.es 5, !,"; and H.
"Heinuant" in Ice Wo
Lot S-Iinillcs' 8-but. length Jotsoy Silk
U lines, in tans and slhcrginjs,
Sizes, Tans, US nnd 7.
SI08, Oraj 8, Mi and RH.
Hegular prlco 7"o
"Heiunnnt" piico 6O0
Hciiieinboi wo inako these reductions mci 0
ly to clean up tho stock of nil binall Lots nnd
Odd Sizes, .they being really good values at
llicli foiuiei prices.
Stock-taking llodnclions in
Hoady-Mado Whito Suits.
CustoiiiciB leaving tho city and not
Inning tho time to makeup, 01 hao
iniido up, AVhlto bulls, will llud this
tho "golden opportunity" to sccuio a
suit at prices barolj eo crlng tho cost
of niatciliilf. Woquolo a fuw as fol
lows; !) l'lno Whito l'ldln Linen Sults.sklit, nei
sklrt nnd basiiue, neatly trimmed with lino
Hogulni piico S8 Oil
"Iteinnnnt" pileo . , . to no
1 Very l'lno Whito India Linen Suits, sklit
trimmed with deep Hamburg, porfect lil
ting basiiue, haudsonioly Itlmmed to match.
Itigular tirlco $10 00
"Itemuanl" ptlco $7 no
.1 l'.vtra l'lno Quality of India Linen Suits,
morosely dimmed on skill, oH'iskht and
bnsiiuo with llnoeuibioldcry, an elegant suit.
Kigtliat price rnmi
"Itoinnant" prlco ilJOO
(Second llooi; tnKo tho elowitor.)
Colored Dress Goods
Thogiandest "Ileuiuatit Salo" of Coloied
Dress rubrics oci iuauguiatod by us, com
piislng Short Lengths of this season's most
Aswndesiro to innko a clean sweep of nil
Short Lengths, wo luuo ignored tho oull
iiarvUOand Z' nor cent, loductions. which
would bo fiulllcluit In busy season, mid inn e
ninilon loductlou of fiom 40toMpoi cent.,
which wo deem necessary at this season of
the j cm-to accomplish out pmposo of soil
ing oxery "Hoinnniil" bofoto stock-taking,
An eatly oviimlnntlon of this stock is earn
estly solicited, as it cannot fall to convince
all of our pnsilUo dnteriuluatiou to dispose
otthisobhoit Lengths 'it any snciilleo.
Notice to Customers.
With icfeiouiolo tho follow lug tw o htjles of
I mill V Muillii Undciwcar, wo big to bii) we
Inuu bail b0cml icturucdilo us as hn lug lull
en to pieces, or rather washing into small
hole, piobnbh on account ol too much in Id in
thohlciuhlug It is the first ol Its kind that
hus)et liappencd to us, and wo dcilro ccrs
iiistoiner who has had alike oxperieuco with
llic'iso Skirts to return them to us at once, nnd
wo bliall gladly exchange them for petlccl
gomls 'IhoileM'rlptlousiiioas iollows
75o bklt t Wldo lulllc, six lino tucks In the
uilllc. with eight tuekfi nlxne.
fl M Sklit I'milei stile, font wldo Millies
up tho back.
(Second llooi; lake tho dm .it or )
"Remnants" in each and
every Dept. For other at
tractions see daily papers, '
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Boston Dry Goods House,
ONI! l'UICK OM,Y,
94 1'1'NNA. AVI,'. P1-' H SlilLin'
Aiiour Tiir, j:rAiiijnr.MH.
Anlliuii) i:icUlioll'Aiiiolii(cil (11 Hue
cocil .liulico Aloxniiilor at I'lllli Au
illtor ortlio Trcniiir.- I'rcftlilcnllal
lONiiitiN(orN Appolntcil To'ilnj
t'aliliicl Movdngr-'Ilio Cnlllo Iucn-lloii-Ocnei-al
Tins rtt'Miluttl iniulo tltts following
niipoliitiiiciils to day :
Antliuiiy IOIcKIioIV of Now Yoik, to
bo Fifth Anililiir of llio 'J'icasiiry.
Conratl Kttv, of Wisconsin, Colloulot
u( Cnstotn", District of Milwaukee.
Samuel Flower, Assistant Tteastnui,
New Oilcans, La.
lttMid of Visltoi? (o lltuGovviniiiuiil
Ins.uio Asyltttn: Kiti);con-G'cncial
Guuncll of M10 Navy, Hurfoii-Gcncial
Mm 1 ay ol llio Auny and Uov. Dr. By
ton Hnntlciland of this city.
l'o'tntasli'is C. W. Hove, Itoclicslui,
N. II.; 0. W. Hell, Wubslui City, Iowa;
J. F. I'yni', Vinton, Iowa; E, M. Lock
wood, Hut Huston, ICttu.; William
Jlcckor, Mtiiybillc, Ivan.; 'II. JJ. Slay
maker, 1iiifiibU'r. l.i.; 0. C. Yongo,
Jr., IV'iisnrol 1, Fl,i.; J. .1. Shannon,
Meridian, Ml.; S.nnuel Jo Wolf, Ito.
clicstcr, Minn.; V. L. Thijui, Watci
vlllo. Mo.; S. A. Sweet, S icc.n appn,
Me.; A. S. Ilullen, AVythevllli', Va.; G.
D. Stnfoid, Giantl Ilmcu, Mich., S. S.
Laccy, Mnislinll, Mich.; D. (J. Ill own,
Hi .union. Vt.; V. L. How aid, Fair
Haven. Vt.; F. M. Swllci. Alb my,
Mo.; W. E. HI.ilIc, Gallatin, Mo.
'1 lie t'nliliiel ..tlcelliiLr.
All tlm inembcisof llio Cabinet hcip
present nl lo-d.iy's nicelinir. '1'ho
cattle question .o under consldci.ition.
I'nlcnlM (o M'liNliliiKtoiilaiis.
Ficdnii.U D. Owen of Litis city was
to tlay gi.tnlu'l a patent for a bicycle.
A tiade mail; was alto ismd to II. F,
Woodwind & Co. of tills city.
.IiuIkc Aloxainlcr'N IiiIoiiIIoiin.
.ItidRO Alexander, late Fifth Auditor
ol tho Tilmsiii v, lias formed a law part
ni'iMilp with Hon. r.uiH'a A. Knbcits,
at Hnllalo, nml will not lcttim to Indi
anapolis. .Hull Koliliory In Arl.onn
TI10 Postollico Di'paitment is to day
infoimcd that tho bliif;o carrjin the
U. S. malls was nibbed at lliwkshaw,
Aii.ona, ycsteiday, and 11 man named
lr. jsi. lTiciBin union by tin iouucib.
alio New rirtli Auilllor,
Anthnnv Eicklioll'ot NcwYotk, who
stteectils tlnilito Alexander as Fiftli An
illtor of tho Tn asm y, U a piomlnent
llttro in politics and join iialism ,1111011
tliu Guiiniins of Now York. JIo U in
tcicslcd in tho SUiaU-Zatwiij and
hnsbtcn in Coinncss.
.III1101- nml l'orNonnl.
Tiiu Signal Olllco piopliotb i:.peet
slightly wnrtner weatherin Hits vicinity.
The icmaius of the lain Minister
Phelps wlllairivoin thib city dining
tho lattci pail of Autbt.
TI10 Slate, War and Navy building is
bclii rediaped, tho oth-iual mouinin
dccoiallous bcin deemed iusiilllcient.
Admit al Jouett left tho city last
night to meet tliu Tennessee at Now
Yolk and join tho Noith Atlantic
S0c.1ul.uy M inning has issued oidots
lcdueiug llio coeI of conducting tlio
NcwYotk bugo ollico by nearly W
Mis. AugifiUT. ICepncrof I'ennsjl
vauia has been piomolcd fiom a $!)00
to a $1,000 cleiksliip In the Tie.istuy
Sccictaty Eiidlcotl has oideied addi
tional dtapeiv ot tliu Win Department
pillais, couiiilctiiig tho mourning deco
latious alieady in poiltiini innilUciciit.
It h uudeistood that a spccttl Cabi
net meeting will ho held for tliu put
noiiC of coiiidui1ug the piote.sts ol tlio
cattlcmon agaiii'-t tho older for tlieii
icmoval fiom tlio Indian Tenitoiy.
Now Yoik iuinoituis have appealed
to Scciet.uy Manning to hau tliu
"slitcli hibis" Mibbllliitu I for tho
tiniket altio in iippiaiaiug tlm duty
tipimenibioideiies, laces, edgingi, etc.
Tliu Vene.uelan .Minister h tsicceived
acablegiam fiom Caiacas auiiounchig
that tlioievolutiouaiy movcmeiitoii tlio
cartel 11 cnat of Voni.iiola has been
suppics'eil, and thai quiet his been ic
stoied tin ougliout the wh lc count ly.
Comuussiuuet Thtimau and Chief
Exauiiiier Iijiuau of llio CisilSunieo
Comtnlsbioii havu gone to Indianapolis
lo investigate tliu cliatgei against
Aqiilllu Jones, tliupostmastoi appointed
upon Vieo-l'icsldunt IlcmlilcKa lccoin
meudatlou. It is said that Senator Edmuudt, will
light, tho couth inatloii of H, II. Smalley
of Veimout as collectoi at Hutllngtou
becauso lie succeeds Ids ft lend, Geucial
Wells, to that place. Mr. Edmunds'
past public catcer would tend to show
that lio does not engage In such liltlo
It is stated that tlio Fiesidentwlll
leave lieiu for Now Yoik on tho nth of
August and will stay at Si'eietat
Whituoj's hoiibu whllo llieie. Ho will
icmaln in tho city until after tliu Grant
obsequies, when ho will go to Albany
and then to tliu Aditoudacks, wheio ho
will i-pond about two weeks, lio may
then go to Nowpoit, but williittuu
by September 1.
Tho chief of the lluie.ut of Statistlu
icpoits that tliu total ' allies of tlio lin
poits of lueicliaudieo dittiug tlio twelve
mouths ended 1111110 110, 16S5, wetu
$."77, I7(j,sri(), and during tlio pluvious
twcho niiinths $0(l7,0'J7,i'J:i, a dceiea'-o
of ir00,'JJ0,8M. Tlio valttus of tlio ex
poits of meieliauthsu foi llio twcho
months oiidcd Juno ;i0, 1S85, weio
$7ll,S!i.),0S.I, und for tho twelve moutlis
ended Juno. '10, 1SSI, weio $710,51:1,00'.),
'llio lliilllmoro C'liiiiuiol.
i.luiitunaut-Colouel Cialghill lia5 sub
mitted his loport on tho uupioomuut
of tho Haltlmoro Clianuol to llio Chief
of Engineers. Tho yeai's opoiatlons
have been dlioctcd lo widening and
deepening tliu channels. Operations
muter tlio now appiopilation will begin
August 2S and sui vuj sin u in piogress,
Tliu itiiiount UMillablu for this llscal year
Is ij.JO.S 1(1, and tliu amount icqtihcd to
eompletu the woik JOO,000.
.I0I111 Itoneh'H Allnlrn.
Scetotiuy Whitney has written to
John lloiich'a nsslgnecB atntliif,' that
the tiansactlons between tho Govern
ment nnd Mr. ltoacb must bo conducted
on tho oidlnary business ptlnciplcs ob
seivcd bolwccn prhato Individuals.
Scctctnry Wliltuoy says that ho must
llistasi'citalu that llio nssl;iiiiicnt was
In good f.iith, and then seek bitch a set
tlement as i best and fairest for all con
cerned. Ho Invites tho assignees and
I heir attorneys to meet tho Attorney
Geucial nnd himself for a confctcuco
011 (ho subject.
1'iriBiiuiui, .Inly '28. Mr. T. iC.
MolCnij-ht, tho repiesentnlho in this
city of llio Ch ilinor6-Seuco Couiiany,
of which .Mm lto.ich w;i3 president,
K'culvcil :i letter fiom Air. Gcoiro Weed,
licastirrrof tho company, and ono of
John lloach's usMkoccs.
Tim Ictlot is dalcil July -, and sas:
"It iMr. Koach only iccosets his health,
wo feel stuo ho will icsumo biisiucsb
and ko on as befote. Ho 1b sud'erini'
from net wins pi osl ration, u dheaiu
h.utl to oM'icomo at Ills iir-i'. All
iii.iiinii engineers who liavo examined
tho Dolphin unite in s.ijini; sho Is as
staunch 11 vtwol as they hao ever eccii,
and that tlioadveiso rcpoitnu her was
cooked om a political the."
DiNiitivT iovi:itNMi:ivr niimn,
Saving: tjii: I'knaiiy. Tliu olllco
or tlio Collector of Taxes was besieged
all thy to-day with t.ix-piypn, wlio (lu
shed lo navo tho two per cent, penalty
Inclined if not paid by the 1st of August.
Wanthd DAMAtirs. Tlio Commis
slutiots have ictoited to the attorney
for llio Dlsli let tlm claim ol SluversiNJ;
Bio., for damages lo their hotsu re
ceived by falling Into a sewet grating.
Gi.onai: Wilson, alias Mlko Gegan,
was held for petit laicOny by Judge
Siielllhis morning. Ho was charged
with Mealing a gas pioving pump fiom
Win. Wind, and was ancstcd by De
Itctlvo Cox. A rentencu ofbO diys
C'oNDUl'jy ON '11112 AVHNUH.
Messts. lleibeit Wad3voith and C. M.
MuNitt havo lcqtustcd tlio Commis
xIoiioh lo reconslilcr their aelion in lo
fusing I liem pel misbion to lay conduits
foi I heir tlectilu light whes onthu Ave
nue. Tho Commibslonein bay that their
action does not call foi any change, and
thcrcfoto dcclino to reconsider It.
hLWis GiLiiKiiT, n voung colored
man, who ictldes at !)J7 Ficcdinan's
alley, was lined $20or00days by Judgo
Slid I to-tlay for keeping a dlborduily
house. Ollieer Dally tcslllied to assist
ing hi tliu raid. Ho sdd tlioy found a
eiowdof coloied men gambling and
cursing, ami i-oino of litem escapud
thiotigli tliu dooib and windows. Tlio
iiuiglibois also tcstilled to llio Lad char
acter of the Inmates.
monds was slightly Indisposed to-day,
and was not al Ida olllco. The Com-
mibsloneis havo accepted tlio ptoposl
tiuu of John Millet to till Feuton l'laeo
at 10 cents per cubic yaul. Two gas
lamps will bo erected on Eleventh
strict, between 11 and S streets.
James C. Welling, president of Colum
bia UnivoiHity, has asked that lot 0,
square 1250, bo exempted from taxes as
it is used for uduiutlonal pm poses.
HUILDINO IMI'HOVLMHNTS. l'ci-
mlts to build havo been gtantcd to A.
Jaidln toeiecl live three story bi it k
dwellings a', Nineteenth and II sttcets
uoithwcst, which will cost fc25,000; it.
W. Tyler, live dwellings at Fifteenth
and III streets, $10,000; G. W. Stone, a
dwelling 011 Jellerson street, $900; John
Ollcustclu, a blacksmith shop on IC,
between Sixtli and Seventh sheets, $ 150;
II. Kahlert, a dwelling 011 Eleventh,
between D aud E streets southeast,
fjl,;i00; and John Sclbel, a fume dwell
ing on Meridian Hill, $1,000.
A Jli'MU'lictlvo Oj clone.
Sr. Josr.t'ir, Mo , July 2S. About
I;"D vcsteiday afternoon a cj clone
stiuck In tliu vicinity of King City
and Flint 011 tliu St. Joo A; Des Moines
Itailioad, aud demolished evctylhlin; In
its ttaek for a distance of tluce quatteis
of a mile. No teport has iraclied heio
of loss of life, nor any details as lo the
(lanugo to ptopetty. An incoming
tiain wool thiotigli tliuci clone, greatly
tctiifjing tliu passengers.
Dentil ol' Sir BIdncm .tloiitolloro.
London, July '2S. Sir Moses Monte-
lloiodlcd at Ids homo nt Kanisgato at
t.llO o'clock this aftctuuon. lie was
bom October 21,1781.
A riiiNiivinl raiiluln Ireland.
UUHLIN, July 2S. Tho Hank of lie
laud annouiieed this inoinhig Its decit
iim toiefuso liuaneial aid to the Mim
btet IWuk. Tlio (imposition submitted
to tlm H ink of It el mil w as foi an aih auco
of jWOO,000, which hum it washcliovod
would lie sullielont lo uuablo tlio Mon
ster Huik to lesiuue. The lofusil of
the Hank ot lielaud toieudci the assist
ance asked has piceipltfited a panic in
tho llniincl.il cirelesof Cork and Dublin.
A Water I'amliio 'lhrenlencil
bllUNANDOAii, l'A., .Inly 2S. Eight
thotinaud people living at Gilbnton, St.
Nicholas, Mal.evlllo and Malianoy city
aiu lliieateucd with an impii'ccdented
water famine, owing to a jnoloiiged
drought. Evciy bticatn and well is
diicdup. Watei Is biought in hunls
hum points revcial miles away and
costs lltly cents pm bairel.
'I lio DlarUvt Ntrailj.
Nt".W YoitK, July 28. Money J pel
coiil. Exchango quiet, (ioveiiimeuts
tiuu. t'uiieiicy O's, 127A bid; IV, cou
pons, 122! bid; IJ's, do.,"H21 bid. Tliu
btock market opened Hun, and under
tho leadeisliipof tlio Vandei hilts ad
vanced 1 to 1 imr cunt, hi tliu eailv
tt ailing. Tho blocks named weto stiong
on tho auuouucemout made last even
ing of tho settlcnuuit between tho West
Slioioatid New Yoik Ceuiial. About
tliu Hist call, however, theio was a
decided ptessutu to soil tlio list under
which tho advaneu was iiioiu tliau lost
by midday. Tim mat hut is now steady
at a decline of i to 2 j pel cent.
llio Colli IVinii I.Iiikoin.
At J a. m. to day tho Slgiitd Olllco
theiniometer luuistoud 71.0 dcgiees, at
7 o'clock, 72 and at 11 o'clock 7i,2 de
grees. Tliu maximum toinperattuo yes
terday was 77.0 degrees.
(loiioral Nlioriilnu'M Keliirn.
Gonoial Shoridan Is oxpected to ie
turn to Wasliltigton In a few days to
confer with tliu l'ruslilent and Sco"c
l u lots of Statu and Wtu In legaul to tho
111 Vi:itNIli: l'AIIK TO IlllTII 1: 2i:n.
i:itAI,'JS I.AHT Itt.Sl'INO l'liAOIC,
A Location ol IJroal Naliirnl nml
l'lelureiiiuo Ilrnul.Tlio IlrvNIon
In Ari'orilaiien Willi JIrN lraut'n
WI1I10M ArraiiKOiiinnlH for llio )!
HcqnlcN Tlio l'u'neral Car-Mourn
lug ItrcriNoi for llio 1'anilly.
Mr. McGiUKiou, N. Y., July 28,It
is now positively staled that tliu 10
inalits of Geneial Giant will llud a last
lusting plate In a ipot bclcctcd by
Colonel Fnd. Giant, located in Itlv-
crsldu 1'atk. Colonel Fred at lived
heio this morning and Immediately
held a conciliation with his mother anil
the other uicmhuH of the family, lie
detailed at length w hat hu had m en aud
lieatddtuiiig his hip lo New York for
(ho nut nose ot select hit: a iiionuraud
dcsliablu htuial placu fur Urn Gutiuial'a
body, and o.ihl that ho had Dually con
cluded that Htvereldo l'aik was tliu
111010 dcsliablu placo.
Ittvorgltlo Park extends tluto miles
not th want fiom Seventy-second sheet,
curving along tho bank ot tho Hudson
thirty feet above the watei, ami which
Is llholy, though now iinlmpiovctl, to
bo tho most beautiful iiuk In New
Yoik hence. At tliu Suvunty-fcccond
sticct ('iiliaucu Is a handsome htonu
stntuo ot Washington, which was sub
Eciibcd fot lamely by the public school
clilldieii of Now Yak and was un
veiled by Ilium I.it vear on the Foiitth
of July. Tliu liills contluuo lo lisoin
an easy gratlu to One-huudred-atid-
twculv'-llflh sttcet. and at One-hun-
dicd-aud-lweuty-iilnth sticct a deep
cut sepaiales theiii fiom the lauuu
known as Washington Heights on the
uotthein end of Manhattan Island.
After a shot I dhcitsslou of llio mciits
of the placu named, all agreed that tliu
Colonel's selection wiua good one,
aud it was decided loat once notify
the city iiuthorltl'Bof tho family's ac
contant c of the snot In Itlvetshlu I'ai k.
selected by Colonel Ftcd. Tlio follow-
ng Ulspalcli was atoncu tent to Mayor
'Mr. McGhkooh, N. Y July 2S.
Muthur t'dces Ilivctside. Tcmnor.uy
tomb had better bo tit the same place.
"f'. 1). CHANT."
Nnw Yohk, July 28. On lu'elptot
a telegiam frnin Colonel Ftcd Giant,
Eeleetliiirniveisldo l'aik for ncpultttie,
tlio Hoanl of Aldeinieu inut and pissed
a lesolutinn giving a site theio for tlio
burial ot Gcuer.il Giant and Ids widow.
Mt. McGhkcioh, .July 28. Colonel
Hoger Jones at rived heio this moini'i
to tako command ot llio guaid bote
ropicbcntiug Geneial Hancock. Com
pany E, Twelfth Kegltncnt, liavo also
anived. Tlioy will pitch their camp at
tho eastern lookout, tho f pot to which
Geucial Grant 101I0 a week ago yesloi
day, thocll'oit that brought on his de
cline. A further detail of six comrades
for guard duty has stai ted from Ihook
lyn. Colonel Grant sent the following :
"2'ei GcncraUi.McFcclcy, Washinnlon.
"Mother to-day accepted Kiveisido
Fail;. Siio wishes 1110 to thank you for
the tender of tliu Soldicts' Home.
'T. D. GllANl'."
Tho inilltaty detail of llio United
States Army, which at lived heio to
day, liavo pitched tents neat tho cot
ThuEoldiuiatuu unilur dlicct cliaigu
of Colonol Itoger Jones. It is stated in
some qtiaiters that tho Seventeenth
Regiment, N. G. S., N. Y., will bu or
dcied by tliu Govutnor to pio
cccd to Snatoga, atrivlng tlicio
on tho evening beforo tiio funcinl, and
that 011 thu ai rival of tliu body at that
place, to do duty dining the transfer of
tlio ictnaiiis from the train on tho Mt.
McGicgnr Itailroatl to tho ttaiuuu thu
Delawaiu & Hudson Canal Company's
ilallioad. Tho cars of tliu fuucial tiain
will hu heavily diaped with mourning.
Tliu only change thus far made in
tlio arrangement ot tho lialu is that thu
ear Woodlawn, specially adapted to ho
used :13 a funeral car, will bosuhbiituted
foi that of Mr. Vandei hilt's pilvato ear.
ii ant's I'lincral Car
When it is taken ftotn Mount Me
Giegor tliu body of Geucial Giant will
bo placed. on an "obsotvatlou ear".
Tills Is a car thlity-llvofeet long, with
posts at tin: coineis and sides, which
suppoit a 1001 over all. Theeir Is eu
elobcil on all sides lo a height of tlucu
feet fiom llio llooi , with scatsiunnlng
lenglhwibo of tho eai 011 each side.
Thcto beats will hu leinovcil. The teat
of tlie car will be cutiiely opou and
uvery patt of tho car will bo diaped In
mourning. Tlio 10111 dns will bo placed
on tlio fuiici.il oir fiom tlio teat and
will loot upon heavy pedestals 111 thu
mlildlu of thu car, ami upon this car
theio will bo twenty-si": men attending
Tho car healing thu iemaina will bu
attached dheetly to the engine and be
lilud tho lumaius will follow thu 01 -
dinaiy pis'onger coach ot tliu load, in
which the funily will lio acconuno-
ditcd. rhu lattei ncais tliu name
Eastern Outlook, which Is tlio point of
obseivation towlilch Qoiiui.i1GiiuiIw.ib
last wheeled in his Hull chair llio Mtm
dav hefoi olio died. In theii vitltyes
teiday to I'ential l'aik tliu Giant paity
seemed to favoi "lliveisldo" as thu
placu foi Geneial Giant's tomb. Mavor
Grace albo favois It, ltivetbldu l'aik is
unllui'licil. Mayoi Giacoaigues tliat
it can bo built up so as to inako thu
poitiou of It wiieiu tho tomb will ho (it
th.it tpot Is chosen) tho ccuttal point of
Iutcrut, not only fiom tho consideta
lion of who testa theiu, but in bccnu
'llio JIoiiruliiK IIicsnch.
Tho following diesses for tlio Giant
household havo beou oideied In New
Yoik mid will bo completed Thuioday
or Fild.iy evening: F'or Mis, U. S.
Giant, a diessof black eicpo do chine,
madi) with onthu cicpu undeidiebs;
another of bilk waip clauette, In llvu
double-box plaits of double etepo fans
between long diapeiv, witli pointed
waist, collar and culU ot ciepe. A
thhd dicbj for the house is ot silk waip
nun's veiling, with eutltu sklU inado
of heavy folds with ft out plaiting,
long lialMlttlng sack, tihnincd hcavhy
Mrs. SutorU lias ordered a dross ot
silk waip chirretto, wltliskiit mado of
vvldu lucks and shoit dranotlcb tihumod
with ciepe; tlio waist will liavo a gusli
fiont of ciepe.
Tliu diess (or Mis Ftcd Giant will
also bu ol nllk waip clancttu. It will
bo mado with skiit laid In clustet
plliits, vvitlt full drapciy, shirred waist
With gtlbll fiont.
Mis. Jesso Grant will nhohavoa
diess of (ho silk warp clancttu, with
sklit of wide tueka up tliu waist, pan
uleis In surplus tucks laid in plaiU.
Fivu white dieses, plainly nntluwith
tucks, havu been otdeted for Mis. Jesse
Giant's liltlo daughter and a black
moiio sash logo with them; n black
camel's hair coal for Mis. Jesso Giant's
l-ycar-old child and nu cntltu black
juisey suit, with cap ami sash to match,
for Colonel Grant's fi-ytnr-old boy will
bo taken to Mount McGtcgor. Mrs. U.
S. Giant will havo .1 hanihomo black
bonnet, with two heavy ciepovolls, and
thu otiicr ladies havu otdcicd black
An (Joneral (Irant IloHlrcil.
Adjutant-Gciicial Dittm said to-day
that hu had no doubt thu selection of
Cential l'aik as tho butying placo for
Geucial Giant was In dcfcicnco to thu
Guneial's own cxptcssed wish. "When
I 1 cached Mount McGregor," ho added,
"I found that Colonel nml Mis. Grant
had Dually dctei mined upon Ccuttal
I'ai k, although Colonel Grant Intimated
that ho would havu piefcned thu Sol
dleis' Homo p.uk in (his city. I was
fully Impressed with tho Idea that it
was a cast) in which individual nicfci-
eucu had been tact lilted lo the General's
Many I'itnoiih lo Moo .ranl's Collin.
Nnw Yohic, July 28. Theio was
such a ciowd of people at Undeilaker
Merrltt's stoio vcsteiday to sou General
Gi, nit's collln that at one time a block
ado occmicd ami sovetal persons wotu
somewhat hint in tho uush. Some
women fainted, ami tho storo dually
had to bo cle.ued by the police. Ills
thought that 110,000 poisons viewed tho
l.tfilllt, jltiil,,.. Il,, ,1,, .i.i.l .,,,!.,(
bUlllll Ullllllf, V(l tll.J t.,1,1 V.VCIJ1II,
DclainliiK llio I.alo ConiinaiKler.
Ehii:, J'A July 28. Ailecatlons of
biittalily wcro mado tlay befoiu yester
day against Chief of i'olico Ferguson,
uy the uazcile, wlilcli accuses him ot
deiiutmciug General Grant nnd com
paring him to tho cut-tliio.it, Jack
Shoppatd. Ycsteiday tho Mayor gave
tliu Clilcl tlio option of vindicating
himself by a libel suit or being dis
missed from tlio foi ee. Ferguson de
nted haviiiK Used tho lauuuacu de
scribed, but has not biought suit yet.
Iu Uiaut'M Bleniory.
A small number of nconlo nalheied
at Wlllard ll-ill last nlglit hi 1 espouse
to a call to take action looking to sccur
111!: this city as tho btuial nlaco ol Gen
eial Giant. Tliu meeting was called to
older by Geneial E. W. Wlilttaker.
Ex-Uepicbenlatlvu I)oondorI of Vir
ginia was made chairman. A solu
tion ollercd directing tlio nppointincnt
of a eointnilt'c of llvu eltiens of Wash
ington to wait upon thu family of the
dcecascd General and utgu that thu
hero's last testing placu bo the National
Capital, was discussed but not adopted.
On motion of Mr. F. Jaunii', the meet
ing adjoin nctl until tills evening, hi
oilier tliat tlieto miglit bo a greater at
tendance. Among those) procnt lust
night were Judgo Antltow Wylie, Colo
nol A. G. Kyan and iMr. A. M. Clapp.
A special meeting of tho Union Vut
oian Coip3 was hold last nlglit. A
scues of lesolutions culogistio of Gen
eial Grant wero adopted. It was de
cided tliat tiiu Fiist Company attend
tlio fuucial. Tliu exclusion announced
for August u, In compliment to the
ladies who managed the lato fair, was
postponed until August L".
Tlio Union Vetci an OldGuaids, Cap
tain Thomasson, and Custer Camp,
Sons of Yetciaus, will also attend tho
funeral, and tho First Company will
act as cscoil to Coininaiider-ln-Chlef
Suigcaut-at-Aun-i Cauaday of thu
bunatu has given all Ids employes leave
of absence to attend tliu obsequies.
Gonoial Logan lias wiitten a fiicudly
letter to Colonel Fred Giant, suggest
ing that Washington should hu selected
as tliu buijlug place of Geneial Giant,
In dufeioneu to thu wishes of a great
majoiityof thu people of tho countiy.
Geucial Logan says tho selection of
Central l'aik is cutituly inappiopr'alc,
and is opposed by those who best knew
and best loved the Geucial, aud whoso
wishes and viuws should bo lespcctcd.
Geneial Dititu 1 tales that Cuutial
raiK, JNow York, nail been sciectcil as
tho buiial placo of Geucial Grant, in
dcfcicnco to the wMi of his wife, as
tlio wishes ot Mis. Lincoln and Mis.
Gat Held had been defetied to in tliu
bcleetion of Springlleld and Cleveland,
for tlio giavcs of tlio two niiityi
I'resideutb. Commissioner Lydccker infoimcd a
Citiric lepoiter to day tliat tlio desitu
of tlio people ot tlio Distiict, that Gout-ail
Giant should bo burled heio, was
mado known by a pilvato letter of his
to a member of tlm Giant family homo
mouths ago. Major Lydccker declined
to give tho text of tho letter becauso it
was of a pilvato chaiactoi.
UoIiil: to Urnnl'M I'mioriil.
Ex-Maishal Alex. Sliatp, hiother-in-law
of Geucial Giant, and who was
M iihhnl of this Distiict dining tho time
iio was I'lesidont, anived Willi his
wife in tlio city last evening en loutu
to Now Yoik to attoml tho fuuetal.
Ho is now leslding at Yaucton, and it
has been over seven yeais since ho loft
heio. Tlio ux-Marsli il is tho piettuo of
hralth. aud much heavier than when
living heio. lio met witli a most cor
dial nceptlou Iiomall of his old filends
Conilolenio limn Aliroatl.
United States Minister Flshatlltus
sels h is cabled lo tho Sccietary ol btato
an cxpiession ot tho Mug'H slnceio con
dolenro 011 tho occasion of General
Tho ficsidentof UHllllbKcalileil, "in
Iho 11. uno of tlioGovuiiitmuiaud people
ot Chill L take p.ut iu join national
llouoi-s to Hon Patrick A. Collins.
Duiilin, .Inly 2b. The eorpoiatlon
of tho city of Dublin has voted to pro
tein to Hon. I'atilck A. Collins of Hos
tou tho freedom of tho city. Tho gen
tleman will avail himself of that honor
some thno dining tho month of August.
l'roiiiliioiit llolol Arrivals
Hun. C. W. Asmiimjn ami wife of Ohloaio
sis viol, Jons I. MiTt.111 11 of I'luiiushaula
tin Iv cd hi Iho city this morning. Ho Is stow
pltM at tho Ulggs lloiiso.
HiilieclN Unit 1110 AkIIhIIiik (lio Olit
London, July 28. It Is not bcllovctl
that Mr. John Hilght will innko any
toply to tho slilctiues of Mr. Callan,
M, I'., upon his spcccli at tlio Spencer
banquet, ciitlclslng the Irish policy.
Mr. Hilght Is palicd for tho lcnialndcr
of thu session nml may not appear
again hi tho present House.
Thu Tiaiisva.il Hank is unable to
meet lis liabilities and has announced a
Bii8puusion tf payment.
Tliu Italian piiost Honoinl has aiiivcil
at Wady Haifa, and conllrms tho death
of Olivier I'aiu. tho Fiettch journalist,
who was with El Malull.
Tliu new Egyptian loan will ho issued
about thu cud of thu week. Tho sub
Ectipllou piicu will bu !.
Kcpnits from Cairo say thatcumpleto.
auaichy nigiis at Dongola in conse-'
queticc of llio withdrawal of the Hiitlsli
l'lluce Hismaick will mi el Count
ICaluaky, Attstro-Huugarlan MlnUtcroE
Foreign All.tiis, on August 15 nt Gas
Icin. 'llio Naialoga Union
SahA'iocia, N. Y., July 2S. Tlio
weather to-day Is beautiful and there is
a laigu attendance at tho race-track'.
Tlio Hack l.s vety good. First lace,
piitsu $100, J mile, Ernest won, Guy
detto second, Spalding third. Time,
1:171. Mutiuls paid !).70.
Second race, .Siratogasttkcs, for two
vcar-olds, thno ipiarteis of a mllo.
llanllox won, Eniight second, King of
Not folk thhd; lime, 1:101. Mutual
paid $11. HO.
Tliu thhd i.icu was thu S.uatogti cup,
21 miles. Hob Miles won, lioalmau
second, I'owhatau third; time, 1:02.
Hoalmau led fot two miles when Hob
Miles challenged him aud won thu nico
after an exciting iitiish. Mtittt.tls paid
Font th i.icu A ficu ii uidlcap sweep
staku 1 J miles. Kosciusko won; Albia
second to id Vanguard third; time, 1:58.
Mutilans paid $10.
'I lie l.'rcat Heat In Tciiiicnioo
CiiArrANoociA, Ti:nn., July 28.
Tho uxtrcmu hot weather of thu past
week culminated ycsteiday hi a terrific
storm. Twostotms aioso and met near
tlio city. A bain twelve miles from
town was struck by lightning and
$2,500 woitli of gi.iiu aud implements
wcru destrojed. A llneniulu waskillcd.
S. I. l'eteitoii &Co. and J. A. Sunders
ato tliu losers. W. T. Shook was badly
shocked. Tin 00 men walking on tho
lalltoadnear town weio shocked, and a
man 11, lined Thompson fatally hurt.
Tlio olliei two weio badly hurt. Scv
ciiil houses hi tliu country aio lepoitcd
Dcntlt ol 11 Ilallrouil Man.
GALisnuna, III., July 28. Cliaun
cy S. Cotton died of paralysis ot the
brain at his homo In tills city this morn
ing, aged 85 yeais. For llfty yoais ho
had been a resident of this city. Ho was
the oiigiuator of tiio Chicago, Hiiriiug
tou A iniincy Itailioad, and secured its
clitu tor fiom tlio Statu Legislature. For
twenty jeats lie bad been a mcmbei of
tiic Board of Diicctiu. Thu fuucial
occius hciu Thiusday.
IT.ltSONAI. nv.y HON.
Mr. II my I". Godwin of thu Star
cooling oil at Capo May.
Mis M iggie Heets of East Washing
Ion lias gono to Capo May.
.Mrs. and Miss Hagan of Park Place,
near Lincoln P.uk, tuo visiting at Now;
Captain Hem y Wilson, U. S. N., is
spending n mouth tit South Norwalk,
Captain Fiauk II. Hariiugtou, Ma
lino Cuips, w.isat Capo May on Sun
day fiom the Navy-Yard hcie.
Mr. Nulson Hruniagiiu and family of
No. 0.11 F stroet southwest, will spend
tho week at Viiglnia Huach, Va.
MibS Ltil.i Audoisoii and Mlts Ida II.
Dohui of South Washington, aiu spend
ing llio heated teim iu Virginia.
Profcbsm S. J. Kttbei, formcily or
ganist of St. Dominic's Clinch but now
a resident of lloiliu, Germany, is in tlio
city. His wife accompanies him.
T. Pliny Moian, biotlier of tlio lato
Eatl Moian, wliuso sudden doith oc-
cuued Sunday last, U lving ciy ill.
Mr. Moian has tlio bmpithy of a host
ot f 1 lend-.
Kuv. and Mis. .lames G. Ciaiglicad,
and MKs Ciaiglicad of this cit ; Geucial
Edw.udh. Hiairg and ox-Keprcsonta-tivo
FtancisT. Mead of Pennsylvania
aio at Waukesha bpilngs, YVlsconsIn.
Mr. John C. Cook, wlio litely ic
signcil fiom tho Fotuth Auditor'i, of
llco, will visit England this summer.
Hu is a mcmbei of the Rockdale Co
opoiatlvu Aociitiou and a good busi
Dr. J. F. Hat tig 111 of this city, who
lias spent llio pist tluco months in
England a- assistant iu tliu East
London Chlldieu'o and Woman's Hos
pital, expects to sail foi homo 011 tlio
27th of Vugiist.
Mis. Chatlos Diekhon of 1121 H street
iiottheast entertained a paity of joung
folks at a dinner lat week. Among
tho gay eompuiy weio boigeant Muliu,
of Sliosliono Fall-sand MlssStowait,who
lias lately letir'iieii 110111 school m
Captain John F. Kodgois, U. S. A.;
Mu. IJotlgeis ami Miss Keats liodgcts;
Mt. and Mis. H. 11. Collins, Uov. John
D. Holand, Uov. Fiaucls J. Towcs, Mr.
ami Mis. 1. L, Hlout, John C. Bullitt
and K. L. Packaul of this city aio pas
bcngeis 011 tho Allan LlnobteainurMon
ttu.il, whieli sailed fiom Haltimoiu this
muiiiiiigfoi Halifax and Livctpool.
WnsIiiiiKloiiians al l'lnej' l'olut.
Tlio following AYashiiiKton pcoplo tuo
leglsteted at tho Pinoy Point Hotel:
1 1 Hi) ml, II O lowles and f.itnll), John
W (oiMin, l.M. ltitdd. V. II. nciulugci, 1'. It.
Wllllaun, I. MeUee. Miss biilllvan, II. I outs
lUiiektoid and twodaughteis, Mrs. Oouoliuo.
Mis. Newman and daughtei, lhouius Jo)cci
and two daughters, c, 1. 1'.ukci nml wife, I.
It. Huttings and wife, V. W . Jones and son, W.
l.llhehiiudfanilly, I: V.Itldgowii) luidfamlly,
J P. Hosfuid, I d invert), 1. P. treciniui unit
wife, II. J. Mebaiighlln, liooigo louitnoy, W.
(.'llltou, II It lluuell, I.. '-chuninn ami wife,
W. 11.11. iliol and family, L. V Winder, Mis.
J. A Stepheiimiu, lhoinas I' btephensoii and
family, W W tudt, r J. oalt, 'lhoinas l'arkei,
Mis Italidoliih und two chlldiou, MlssVovnu,
II 1) Khkwood, Di II ll.utou, Wnltei Keu
nmlwlfo, W. 1:. Dubant and lady, T. M.bplll
man, J. A, I ijeii, J.uihh t.oddcii, L. K. lliown
audwlto, Ihoiiiis ll.lliowu, Mss II, lluiley,
aud W. );. H.tiley nml wife,
4 iW" tf