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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4, 1885-
For tlio Jlrtldlo Atlniitlo fetntos generally fair
iventher. nonrly stationary tcmpeinturo. fol
lowed by n slight rlto; southwesterly winds.
Tor Wednesday, fair weather will provnll In
tho Atlnntlo Coast States ntid In tlio Ohio nl
ley nnd Tciinesce, with neatly Htattoiimy tern
protine. Jlotol Directory.
I.bbltl 11oho, corner lllh and V streets.
8t. James Hotel, Ctli st. and Pcnna. nve.
Harris House, renna. avo., near llth t.
Clinton Houio, 7th and I streets.
Losikom, 1338 r street northwest.
JIoinoN JU'Namaha, 21 ycniB old,
a eou o( DunnU iMcNnuiiiru, tlio con
tractor, wis found (load In bed yestft
iluy In Jncksoti iilloy.
Wm. Johnson accldmi tally shot a
colored tnati named Melville Jolison In
the breast at tlio foot of Seventeenth
street, yesterday morning.
A Stiianou Animal.-A BttaiiKe
monstrosity In the Bliupo o( cat with a
double body and eovcu legs Is displayed
by "Gus," 725 Eighth sttect.
A tajioub sum met-rcsoit 13 tlio lly
t;ela Hotel, at Fortress Monroe. Mr.
I'hoebus, the genial propt tutor, linn at
his well-blocked bar for wile Lump's
A BPEClAli meeting ot Kit Uaison
Post No. 'J, 0. A. K was held list
night at Grand Amy Hull, corner of
Ninth and I) streets, to make ariaugo
nieiitB for attending the funeinl of Gen
eral Grant. Itenoliitious ot tespect
Iasiks Thomas and Georgo Jlaw
kins, two colored boyo, weio In the
tolls at the Pollco Couit thla motnlug
for a pleeu ot lopiehcnslblo vaudnli'in.
'l'hcy bioku a large limb full of half tlpo
fruit oil a viiltiablo pear tiee. They got
one mouth en!:
At, i, orders for tucilly uso of Lamp's
bcur loft at Cluls Abuui's depot, -f la
Third stieet, will be lllled tho next
morning, If left '.no previous evening.
Allordeis left In the motnlug will bo
lllled in the afternoon. 1'licVo rules had
to bo made on account of tho dally
Increasing piesstireon Ida horse".
Ex-Conpkdukatk soldiers tempo
rarily lesldhig in Washington mo In
vited to meet on to-monow (Wcdnes
lay) evening at 8 p. in , at patlor No.
10, "M'illnnl's Hotel, for tho purposo of
discussing tin; feasibility ot attending
the funertl obsciiutca n General Grant
on Satin day ne;:t. City papeia will
please give notice.
JosKi'ii Mulualii of tho District
Fire Depaitmcnt, and Mls Maggie
Sullivan weio married at St. Peter's
Church, Capitol 11111, last, eenlng at
0 o'clock. Joe Is a popular j oung man
and his muny friends wish him well.
There was a laro attendance at the
church and an enjoyable leccptlon was
held by tho happy pair aftor the
A smai.Ii whito boy, named Frank
Smith, was run over by ear 121 of tho
Avcmio line, at the coiner of Fifteenth
street and the Avenue, last evening.
The boy's head was badly Injuied.
Tho driver, Titos. McLanc, was attest
ed and chaiged In the Police Couit to
day with assault. Tho eao went over
for two weeks.
Tim Union Vctetan Corps, First
Company, held a meeting last night.
It was decided to leavo the cltv Friday
night at 10 o'clock by tho H. cc i It. 11.
An Invitation was tccoived and accept
ed from Adam Go3s Post, No. 330, G.
A. It., Now Yotk, to bo their guests
during their sojourn In New York
during the funeral of General Grant,
On their return they will leivo Now
York city Sunday night at !) o'clock.
John Fmu:r,Y, the watchman at tho
Metropolitan Hotel, charged Charles
Vcirtnnn in the Police Couttthls mottl
ing with assault. The evidence was to
the clVuct that the watchman, lust oven
Ing, charged Wolrntan with going to
bleep In the lobby of tho hotel. The
man denied that ho was asleep and tho
watchman called hint a liar. Judge
Mills said it was no gteat cilmo for a
man to go to sleep in a hotel. Case
. It' you tako a walk on tho Avenue
at nigtit call at Solatl's for Letup's
oxtia pale beer. Thin fatuous bar
keeps It ice cold. Colonel Staples of
Willaid's laid in a staple &toek of
Lcmp's. Tho Willaid's bar know how
to keep Letup's; so docs tho Rlggs
House. Tho St. Mate Hotel keeps
Letup's and tho American House bar,
under its popular management, havo a
great run on tlio extra palo beer. Call
for it only, it Is kept at nearly eveiy
Tho Wmcrly Ulult Allulr.
Ill the case of Jaine3 A. Caldwell
against George F. Ketchum and Sam
uel W. Anderson, Justice llugncr to
day made an order appointing Albert
C. Armstrong tecclveron tiling a bond
hi tho Bum of $2,000. Ho Is to tako
possession of all tho money, proporty,
furniture and fixtures situated In No,
1213 Pennsylvania avenue northwest,
now occupied and used by George F.
Ketchum. and known as tho Wavotly
Club, and he is to continue the business
of tho copartnership under the articles
of agreement for the benefit of the
partnership until tho liual older of the
court Is made In the ease.
I'liliiniuuii In Court.
Moy Henry and Clmilto Sing, two
Chinamen, who keep a laundry at
Ninth and D streets, weru defendants
in tho Pollco Couit this morning for
being dlsordetly. Olllcer Sutton testi
fied to uriestiug them Saturday night
for engaging hi a tow with some white
men. Tho Cnlnauicu charged a white
man with trying to pas3 a counterfeit
bill on them, and llatirous and pokers
were thrown at the white men through
the window. The celestials charged
tho white muii with spitting tobacco
juice on tlio collars and culls. Tho
charge was dismissed.
No (JroiiiulH for Dltoivo,
On motion of complainant's attorney,
tho oaso of Jennie E. Scott against
Henry E. Scott for divorce on the
grounds of cruelty and adultery, llled in
January, 1881, was dismissed by Judge
Haguer in the Equity Couit on Friday,
tho evidence not sustaining tho charges,
aud'not a particle of proof being -adduced
showing any improper conduct
between .Mr. Scott and tlio lady named
In tho bill.
IlcyilOllU WlllVOH ETHIIlilllllloil.
William Itoynolds, tho young man
arrested by Detectives IJIock and JCtifl'
yesterday for embezzlement from C.
V. Thorn, wholesale notion dealer on
Ninth street, waived examination In
the Pollco Court to-day, and tho cao
was rent to the grand jury.
llonlli of Dr. II. W. Ulnar.
Dr. II. W. King, for fifteen years a
elork lu tho Navy Department, died at
hl3 residence ou 0 street to-day,
an i:xciriN conxit.
Tlio Uiiiiio Tii.uiorrou llotnvcn
AtlilctlCH mill HntlomilH.
The game to-morrow between Hie
Athletics and Nationals, piomlscs to
bo one of tho mo3t Interesting of the
Reason. Though tho former nro only
fifth In tho race, yet they are ono of tho
strongest nines in tho American Asso
elation, and about tho only club in that
association that the Nationals could not
defeat hi Aptil. Our own club ot
August is not our club of April, as the
Sttaker City boys will soon discover,
arrwlll pllob, and will probably bo
suppoitcd by Fulmar. You may set It
down as a vietoty tor tlio .Nationals.
Tho wonderfully good ball the homo
nine has been playing lately, has largely
Increased tho iittondanco lit the games,
and no doubt the full capacity of the
gtounds will be tested to-ntotrow.
Tho Nationals played a beautiful
gamo yestotday, and ono well worth
going far to see. The visitors only suc
ceeded In hitting llarr safely twico, and
ho was Biippoited by Trott, without an
error. In fact, only one etror was
mado by the whole nine. Their bat
ting was ipillo fire, Hoover leading.wlth
four lilla. It Is hard to sec how tho
Virginias can beat them as now con
stituted. Following ato the tesults of yester
day's games: Hoston St. Louis, 7 to 2;
Providence Dettolt, 11 to 0; Cincin
nati St. Louis, 3 to I; Virginia Lan
caster, 7 to (!; National Newark, 15 to 0.
The batting and Holding avciagcs ot
tho Nationals for tho season aro some
thing to bo piotid of. Hutch leads the
former and Bur the latter. Hoover
stands a falrehmcoof making 100 base
hits lltet, while Knowlos and White fol
low hint closely.
Manager Scanloit will go with tlio
Nationals on their ttlp tho last of tho
week to Not f ilk and IUchinond. The
club plays blx gnmea and It Is safe to
Etty that thoy v,U win live of them,
PiCbldent, Secretary, 'Iicasurer, et
al. DIddelboek of the Eastern Associa
tion has concluded to accept the Hat of
the association and turn over his papers
to his successor, Mr. Ballard of Nowark.
This I a very scnslblo conclusion on tho
pail of Mr. DIddelboek, and will pro
vent dlsagteeablo consequence.
Mr. Secrotary Young intimated in a
Sunday paper that the Cinclnuatis
would tako the place ot tho Bull'alocsln
the League. The Clnclnnatls would bo
glad to do so if the League would con
sent to Sunday games. This the League
will not do, hence the hitch. About
one half of the season's prtronago in
Cincinnati Is ictelved trout the Sunday
games, and tho dhcetors hold that tho
club could not live without them. The
Critic has it Itoni good authority that
Pittsburg will take Bull'iiloes place, and
that Brooklyn will tako tho place of
Providence hi the League. The "Mets"
will mucly disband at tho close of tho
season, thus leaving three vacancies in
thoAmctican Association, and it will
bo very chilly If tho Nationals do not
get one of thetu.
Tliebloiiti last night lllled the liver
with dt ift wood and mado" the current
veiytapld. Shell rowing was a ililll
cult matter. The Columblas did not
attempt to take their eight out, but tho
senior four, Nute, Kltitncr, Wade and
Kondrttp, went out in tho four oated
shell; Ellis Waul took four mote out In
tno Kig ami Antiy tamitu tooK two moro
out lu the Tenor, making tl o eight
oaied crew and twosubsltutes.
The senior four of the Washhmtous.
StnltliEou, llal.er, Hyan and Sweeney,
took a long pull down river, a3 did also
the senior four of the Potoutacs.
Tho ntco lu sumles, between Smith-
son and Keatuey Is "oil'." The men
may meet later lit a tace open to all
Tin: Cuitio's Monmouth tips have
been excellent lately. Tho races to
day, however, aro somewhat hauler to
pick. For tho llrst event either Sutler
or Richard L. The Eceond tace should
fall to either Ilult'alo or Long Stop. Tho
third race will bo tho hardest to pick,
but cither Pontlac or Richmond should
win It. The fourth race should go to
Bat nes or East Ly tine, and tho fifth
race to Valley Fotgo or Enor.
Tlio lllllo Cadets' Cniiii.
All arrangements havo bccit com
pleted for the Rlllo Cadets' encamp
ment. Tho command, forty strong,
headed by tho Laurel Comet Band,
will leavo the armory Saturday after
noon, August 8, at'l o'clock. The lino
ot march will proceed by way of G to
Tenth, to F, to Fifteenth, to Pennsyl
vanla avenue, down Pennsylvania ave
nue to bcventli street ami boventh to
the whaif of the steamer Lady of tho
Lake, on which the company will em
batk for Colonial Beach at fi:30 p.m.
On arriving at tho Beach, atabout 10:30
p. in., the command will be received
by the leccptlon committee, Mr. E. P.
Hlckoy, chairman, and escorted to tho
hotel, where a bountiful supper will bo
pienared. The guests of tho hotel and
cottagers have been hi eager anticipa
tion of the camp, ami the boys expect
to glvo a good account of thomselvo? ,
I'lTV HAM. JVOTi:S.
LivIuiaO. DjWitt, by a bill lit equity
against (Jhauneey J. Reed, Elizabeth
Reed and tho New England Piano
Company, asks for relief, the appoint
ment of a leeelvcr and an Injunction.
'l'homas W, Sltnins, Warner Woitn
ley and Robert II. Young, by a bill in
equity, llled by Mr. D. W. Glaeslc, as
solicitor, against Jo3so D. Glbbs to en
force a mechanic's lien on piemhcs No,
220J Fouitei'iith btrcet northwest, for
nionoy duo forbtlek wotkdonoby them
ou the building,
Albeit L. Smith, thtotigh hi) solici
tor, Mr. Campbell Carrlngton, has put
In an answer to his wife, Annie F.
Smith's bill for dlvoice. Ho pro
nounces tho charges of adultery with
tho person named as malicious and eu
thely false, and asset ts that tho allega
tion cannot bu proven,
Marriage licenses have been issued as
follows: Charles B. Cameron and Min
nie V. Allen, both of Georgetown, D.
C; John 11. Gibson and Annie A.
Handler; Alfred Moore ami I tattle
Poindextcr; Wm. Wood and Satah R,
R. Robcthou, both of Richmond, Vii.;
L, E. Sun and Lucy Diggsbuth of Hen
rico County, Va,; Win. E. Brown and
Maty V. Prldgcon; Win. J. Fieucy and
Famimim who keop beer at homo
should take the Extra Palo, which Is
for sale at popular prices by tho box
by W. II. H. CIssoll, tho Soventh-streot
grocer; S, R. Waters, Seventh street:
W. R. Brown, Seventeenth street and
Pennsylvania tivonuo; John Magrtider,
New York avenuo; N. W. Biuchell;
also at tho branches, A, Mencken's
cigar stoio, corner Seventh and G
strceU, and John L. Biukuit & Ilro,,
corner Ninth and F streets.
TJli: AKMY ANI NAVY,
Lieutenant John Cotter, Fifteenth
Infantry, at Camp Poplar River, Mon
tana, has bion granted one month'ti
Major William Smith, paymaster, has
been granted ono month's leave from
St. Paul, with permission to apply for
otto month's extension.
Uiiptaln Clarence E. llennett, Sovon
teenth Infantry, is on leavo ftom Fort
First Lieutenant John L, 11 ul lis,
Twenty-fourth Infantry, ha3 boon
ordered to Fort Leavenworth from Fort
Supply, Indian Teirltory.
Captain Chailos C. Ilood, Tweuty-
fourtli Infantry, lias been designated
by Colonel Joseph II. Potter for the new
recruiting detail ot that regiment.
Captain James E, Mackllu, lieuten
ant Eleventh Infantry, who has been
conduct! tohlsquaitcra at Fott Leaven
worth for several weeks with si bad leg,
Is out again, but is still very lamo.
The following olllcors huvo been de
tailed for Bpcclul duty during the an
nual rlllo contest of tho Dopartmont of
tho Missouri, at tho Fort Leaveitwoith
range, from August n to August lu:
Captain Jacob Kline, Eighteenth In
fantry, in charge; Flint Lieutenants
George V. E. llartlpon, Second Artll
lery, and Charles II. Cabanlss, Eigh
teenth Infantry, and Lieutenants John
S. Mason, jr., Firet Infantry; Edward
II. Ciitlln, Second Artillery, and Will
iam T. Wood, Eighteenth Infantry,
range olllcors, and Lieutenant James V.
S. Paddock, Fifth Cavalry, statistical
and financial olllcer.
Post Quartet nm3tcr Seigeaut Hugh
Conn, leccntly appointed froiiiEergoaut,
Company I, Sixteenth Infantry, is as
signed to duly at Foit Mcintosh,
Captain and Mis. John E. Gieer le
turned toFortLcavonwotth last Friday
from the Uncompahgre Rlv or, Coloi ado,
where Captain Greer went on odlelal
business as acting chief engineer olllcer
of tho Department of the Missouti.
Colonel Ulivell S. Otis, Twciillelli
Infantry, tepottcd In command at Foil
Assltmlbolne, Montana, July 2.".
It Is understood that the appoint
ment to lieutenants in the Signal Corps
will not bo made until the non-commissioned
olllcis, now undergoing
dual examination at Fort Moitioc, have
Lieutenant Edward II. Catllu, Sec
ond Artillery, has been granted leavo
fora month when he can be spaiedfrom
Fort Leavenworth, with permission to
apply for one months' extension.
General older No. 80, just issued
from Iieadquartei3 of the army, amends
patagraplt 10 of the Army Regulations
lelatlng to the otder of rank of ollloeis
and non-commissioned olliceis. The
changes mado aio to place tegimental
saddle Ectgcants next in tank below
llrst setgeant?, (from formeily ranking
with leglineutal quartuiuiastor bcr
gcatit); and placing post quartet master
Eergeauts (a new grade) with Ordnance
and commissary sergeants and first
Colonel Edmund Rice, captain Fifth
Infantry, will be relieved fiom duty at
the Fort Leaven ivoith Military Prison
September 1 and join his company at
Foit Keogh, Montana.
The charges against Sergeant Michael
McGauran, Signal Cot ps, for hia con
duct in refusing to accept the colored
Signal Service man as his assistant at
Pensacola, weio forwarded yesterday
to tho Secretary of War. He is charged
with disobedience of oideis, Insuboidl
nation and conduct piejudiclal to good
order and mllltuiy discipline.
Adititltcmcnt and tubaci lotions or Till! Clltno
iccciml at Dookifs ilrwj tJoic.
A Lunatio at Lakgi: Zichaila
Campbell, a crazy man, was wandering
atoiinu Capitol mil last uignt arnica
with a loaded musket. Ho was taken
hi charge by the police and sent to the
Insane Asylum this morning.
Rupaius Nkudud. The pump on
the corner of Thirteenth and C streets
northeast Is out of repair and has been
reported to the authotltics eight times.
A largo number of persons arc depend
ant upon this pump for water, and it
should bo repaired at once.
Stkket Ihi'11ovi:ments. The chain-
f;ang Is making rapid progress in the
uiprovemcntof East Capitol street east
of Lincoln Park.
Christ Chuiioh Excursion. Tlio
reapers of Christ Church (Navy Yard),
will give an excursion to Lower Cedar
Point at 8 a. in. Friday.
An Attesut at R aim:. Alexander
Jones and James Hiiup, two colored
boys who attend eowson the commons,
were arrested this morning- by Olllcer
W. T. Clinton for an attempt at rape on
MaryE. Washington, acolotcd woman,
during la't week. When the act was
committed Olllcer Arnold, in charge of
tho chahi'gang, heard (ho scrcanu of
the girl and frightened tho mon oil', but
could nut pursue tiieni as no luui to
watch tils own men. Ever since tho
pollco have been on their track, and
thoy were captuied this morning at
10:30 o'clock. Tho case will bo board
to-morrow In the Pollco Court.
The excursionists to Virginia Bcaeh
last Sunday were agreeably surprised
by llndlng theio their favoillo beer,
Lcmp's Extra Pale.
Tho petition which was submitted to the
Commissioner by Lieutenant Gieer ot
tho First Precinct Police-Station for
the residents lu tho vicinity of Sixth
and E sticcls south west, urging the
Immediate repair of tho pump on that
corner, having lecelvcd no attention by
that honoiablo body, another liko peti
tion Isiecclvlngeudoibcmotits and will
bo ptescnted to tho Commissioners by
a delegation of the residents In a few
days. Groat inconvonlciieo Is caused
tho residents who depend on the old
pump at that corner for water, as the
next nearest pump In wotklug order is
four Equates away.
A Causiiiabs Aituay. Two
neatly-dressed white men accidentally
met at the corner of Suvoutli ami M
streets touthwest about 8 o'clock this
morning, and, appatently, without any
piellmlniules, engaged lu an affray,
dining which both weio badly bruised
about tlio face. Olllcer King, who Is
ftiitnllml n t tin, clnfititliriii (- ttrlmt'cnu
placed both participants undor arrest
aim at tno station eacii leit collateral
for his appearance at court and do
parted fieomlngly satisfied.
Tlio (ionium Itollor 1'iiiul,
Tlio following contributions for tho
rcllof of the children of the lato Olllcer
Gorman was received at Tin: Rhitio
olllco to-day :
Cloinlo lloltingfi- ,,$1.00
DnnlolO'llrloii, llmmott House fi.oo
"Rocoaccio.1' The whole season of
8tiniuier opera wa3 crowned last even
ing by tlio performance of F. von
Suppo'B comic opera, "Boccaccio." with
Mls3 Jcanulo Winston In tho title rolo.
"Boccaccio," although quite as well
known generally us tho other operas of
Stippc, Is almost a stranger In tills city.
Tho opera as produced last night was
somowhat of a rovlslon, but by no
means equal to tho oilglnal. Taken as
a whole, It was the most creditable per
formance yet given by the Winston
company. Mls3 Jeannlo Winston ap
peared at her best, and the rolo Is well
stilted for her volatility. -Her ability
as a commtditnnc was fully demon,
sttatcd In the part of tho giocer's boy.
Messrs. Allen, Hogan and Bell, the
comic Irmnvlrato of tho com
pany, were even funnier than
usual, and their burlcsquo trio
In tho Hi st act captured tho audience.
Miss Roso Lelghton as Pcrontlla mado
a great hit. Miss Annie Meyer, who
has hcrctototo taken a subordinate
part, greatly surprised evcryono with
tho richness of her voleo and tho vivac
ity of Iter action In the (Initio to tho first
act. She was enthusiastically encored.
Her voice Is clear, sweet and strong,
and far surpasses that of many a one
who poses as a comic opcta pilma
donna. Miss Meyer is too good to ie
main lu tlio chorus. With tho devotion
to her piofesslon, which she doubtless
possesses, sho will before long becotno
a leading light on tho light opera stage.
Site has not a commanding stage pres
ence, but with vivacity and chic that
lack will icadlly pas3 unnoticed. Best
wishes for her succeis. Miss Louise
Scat lc sang with her usual sweetness,
the audience being greatly pleased with
her rendition of tho old lovo ballad, In
troduced in the llrst act. The chorus,
which has now such gteat favor in this
city, did what little wot k it had to do
hi a sphlted manner. Tho beautiful
prelude to "Boccaccio" was entirely
omitted hist night. This should bo rcm
Idlcd. "Boccaccio" will run through
tho week, with no matlucoon Saturday.
1'n.ViiinHU'r-Muiicrnl NihHIi'n TchII
iiioiij. In the coutt-maitlal ot Pa master
General Smith today, the accused com
pleted his testimony on his own behnlf,
and was cross-examined by Assistant
Attoiney-Goneral Maiuy, for tho prose
cution. Accused went in detail into
all tho transactions Fpeclllcd in (he
charges, and explained In detail the
purchase of butter for thoGrcely Relief
Expedition, and beef and pork, and
the eoutiacts foi ditty boxes
and mattiesses, in all ot these cases he
had confertcd with the Secretary of the
Navy, and sinco January, 1S83, weekly
statements of ptu chases were made to
tho Secretary, He donied hi the broad
est posslblo way having ever been Im
properly Influenced hi any way In his
olllclal notion in piitcliaslng supplies
and stores, but that his action had ben
dictated in every cao by a desire for
what he believed to bu the best interests
of tho pcrvlcc. On cross-examination ho
said ho had been Intimate from boy
hood with Mr. Drown, the contractor,
and also with his father, but that had
nothing to do with his olllolal action in
any ease; he knew nothing of a Con
cessional Investigation of Mr. Blown,
but had lieird of one. Tho examina
tion was sllll in piogiess when this re
DKitErT or His CLorima. Arthur
Snyder, a young man about 19 years
of age, went, in bathing in the liver
near the Chain Bridge last evening,
leaving his clothes ou tho shore. Thtco
colored boys stole them. Ho atw mpted
lo swim to the shore, but was slezed
with cramps. Flo managed lo reach
his boat, and clung to It mil II 3 o'clock
tins morning, when ho was picked up
by Robert lloltzmnu, who furnished
him clothing. Ho was much exhausted,
and was sent to the asylum.
Coal hkckivku. Twelve boats
loaded with coal havo arrived Elnco last
Cattle Salis. Drovers' Rest
live-stock Ealcs, icported by Travcu
ner Bros., proprietors, August 3, 1885:
150 cattle up, 25 left over; best, l to
5; cood, IV to '18: medium, 1 to -11;
common, 3 to 4; 397 phcop and lamb
at: sheep, 3 to 3; lamb, 5J to Gl; 10
!ows and calves at $20 to $ 10 per head.
Mai kct brisk.
Tin; River's Condition. Tem
perate io and condition of water at 7 a.
m.: Great Falls, temperature, 72; con
dition, 1; receiving reservoir, temper
tttute, 80; condition at north connec
tion, 2; condition at south connection,
3; distributing lcservolr, temperature;
83; condition at Influent gate-hou.-o, 4,
condition at diluent gate-house, 18.
Low Unto TIckctH to Now Turk on
AiiKUNt Htli Ia VumiHyliniiln Kail
Iloml. For the bencllt of those who desire to
attend or participate In the funcrnl cere
monies of tho late General U. S. Grant,
to be held in Now York, Saturday,
August 8th, the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will sell loimd trip titckcts
from Washington to New York on
August 7tb and 8th, good to return un
til tho lOilt Inclusive, to tho public at
$0.50, mid to military organisations,
Grand Army Posts, or other organized
hodlc3 of fifty men or more, at $5,00.
It Is suggested, hi vlow of tho gteat
demand for transportation facilities,
thatoiganl.cd bodies apply at oneo to
tlio Passenger Depaitment hi order to
Ileal li rMciiituilu Vniulciilierifli.
Mr. Benjamin Vandcnbcrghof North
oast Washington, who loft for his par
ental homo at Hlghtown, N. J., two
weeks ago, died ut that place Saturday
from consumption. Mr. Vaudonbcrgh
had been a resident of Washington
nciu ly slxyeais, most of which time ho
carried on the grocery business. His
health became so Impaired of lato that
Ids physician 4rdcrcd a change of at
niospheie. Ho began to sink rapidly
jiut after his mrlval home. Ho was a
brother-in-law of Nelson Bruraagln of
tho St. Mftio Hotel. Ills funeral took
place to day, the interment being made
in the family burial giouud tit High
town. lMcnilcil (Jiillly ul AnsnuU,
John Lee, a young colored man.
pleaded guilty before tho Police Court
this morning to tho charge ot assault
ing with Intent to kill Monroe Grimes,
another colored man. Tho prisoner
was committed for tho action of tho
grand Jury. Grimes stated that he
caaio homo yesterday and found the
defendant up stairs lu his houso with
a Itnlfo in his hand looking In the
mirror. Ho ordorcd tho intruder out
and ho said : "I eamo hero to cut your
throat and go ou tho seallold and bo
hung." Ho then followed witness and
stabbed at his throat but only cut him
on the hand.
Vlmllcntcil IIIu Ghlor.
Thomas Walsh and Thomas O'Neill
vvcro put on trial before Judge Mills of
tho Pollco Court thla afternoon on a
charge of assault to kill August G.
.Alber, a member of tho Fire Depart
ment. Amor staicci iiiat no nuu u m,
French, also a member of tho depart
ment, wont Into Fritz Nlemon's saloon,
on Twenty-first near K street, last
Wednesday, to get a glass of beer, and
tho defendants began to talk In a de
rogatory way of Chlel Engineer
Cronln. Alber said Mr. Cronln was a
good man and suited him, and ho didn't
want to have any moro talk on tho sub
ject. Walsh then hamed two foremen
and another trictnbor of the department
and said thoy wore no moro fit to hold
positions than dogs. Witness cnllcd
him a liar and ho struck witness on
tho right shoulder. Ho was struck gov
oral tunes aftcrwardsand hodlscovoicd
Inter that ho was cut In four places.
Dr. Magrudcr, ono of tho department
surgeons, testified that the wounds
weio mado by a cutting instrument.
Mr. French corroborated Alber.
Walsh was fined $10 and O'Neill was
Now York Htoclt Murkct.
Tlio followliiK lmvo licon fiiriil'hcd by ,T.
Vancol.ovvH, broker, fcouthwoslcurnor Eighth
and 1' BtrcctHi
Tho followliic nummary Is by V. K
Co., Kt. cionu uu
lldinc, Ninth and V streets:
O. It. L. (1.
Whcut-AllK... 87Ti 88 87U 87
Sept.. HUH UW 80)3 8U
Oct... 111 02 01 02k
Coiu-Anc... 10 -ink 40 4016
Hcnl.. Jr.ji .hiCj .15 40
Oct... 45 45)4 15 45)3
Outs-Alie ... 25U 211,11 25 2(llZ
Sepl... 25U, 25)2 25lft 25
Oct... 25 23? WM 25)4
Pork-AllR. . 0 70 1)75 0U5 ,1)05
Sept... 0 75 I) D'2i 0 70 t)72V
Oct... 0S2K'10 00 0 75 I) 77k
Laid-AllR... 0 40 0 40 tlttr, Kt7f:
Sept... 15 0 4715 0 37Jti 0 40
Oct.... O 0 0 57H 0 12H 0 45
II. K. Plain & Co., Ht. Cloud bnlldUiR, fur
nlslics tho following oil quotations: Closed yes
terday, 00. Opened to-tlnr, 100; hlghost,
lOO;, lowest. 011fi; 2.25, 00,.
Tho following nro tho closing quotations of
tho Washington Stock Exchange lo day as fur
nished by Blossrs. Towers & Green, bankers:
Washington & Georgetown bonds 110
Metropolitan stock 01
Columbia stock Ul
North CapltoluudOoticct 10)$
Washington City Gaslight Co ,. 41U
Georgetown Gaslight Co 12Hj
Franklin Inauranco Co ,.
Nnllnnnl Mi-trnnnlltim Insurance Co
National Union Insuranco Co 17)$
Arlington Insuranco Co 1UO
Columbia Insuumco Co 10HI
German-American Insuranco Co 127
Potomao insuranco co 47
ltlggs Insuranco Co U
Hoard of Publlo Works Giccu83 1)1
Masonic- Hall bonds 100
Washington Market Co. block 18
" " bonds 100
Inland niut Boacoast Co. stock
" " " bonds
Wnslilugton Ilrlck Machine Co. stock.... 108H
llankot Washington ilO
National Metropolitan Hank ...13G
National Bank of tho Jtenubllu
l'arnieis' and ilecnanlcs' National Dank
Citizens' National Dank 101
Second National Bank 110
Central National liank
Great Falls loo Co 1 ...
Heal Estuto Titlo Insuranco Co 0!)
Pennsylvania TelephonoCo 52H
Chosapeuko & Potomao Telephone Co ... , 57
U.H.Eloctrlo Light Co UU
US and 1) 0 bonds, Brick Machine nnd
Metropolitan Itallroad btocks strong.
WASHINGTON, 1). 0..
Wo. tho iindcrslcucd Hanks and Uankcis.
being desirous of showing our icspccl to thu
memory of General Grant, who. as Genera!
Commanding tho Army nud as President of
tho United States, rosfded during a eonsidoi
ablo porlod In our city, hereby ngrco to eloso
ourrcspocttvo places of business, ns far ns
practicable, on SATU11DAY, tho 8th Inst.,
tho day set apart for tho funcrnl ot tho Illus
All persons having paper maturing on that
day nro rospoctfully requested to piovidc for
It Ibodny provlous.
GEO. II. U. WH1T13.
Cashier Nutlonal Metropolitan Hank.
towuhs & rmnuN.
COHSON & MACA11TNEV.
1119 V street.
IIATEMAN & CO.,
UU K street.
CKANH, I'AHIUS !c CO..
IIIU V street.
HELIi & CO..
11117 Pennsylvania avenuo.
THOS. U. PKAUHALIj,
Cnslilor Citizens' Nut'l Hank of Wash. City.
II. P. HNVDEII.
President National Savings Ilank.
IUOG8 & CO.
11. V. SNl'DHH,
President National Sato Deposit Co.
W. liAHtl), Jit.,
Cashier Partners' and Moclmnlcs' Na
tional Hank, Georgetown, 1). C,
LEWIS JOHNSON A CO.
Cashier National Bank of tholtopub
lie of Washington,
Abslstnnt Cnslilor Central National
Bank, Washington City,
C. A. JAMES,
Cashier Hank of Washington.
Cashier Second National Hank.
pitOI'OSALS FOIl COAL.
OFFICE OF PUBLIC PUINTEll.
Washington. 1). C, Aug. tl. 1885.
Sculcd proposals will borccolvi'diitthlsof
co until 11 o'clock n, in. of Wednesday, An-
llco until 11 o'clock a. in. of Wednesday, An
Biixt.l'J. 1KH5. for siiDiitvlnir such nunutlllos ol
UBt 12, 1885, for supplying such quantities of
lieoi go's Crook Coal, v'run of tho irilno." (equal
in quality to that known as tho George's Creek
Coal A: Iron Company's coal) asmay bo required
finmdutn of contract to Jnuo 30, 1880, It Is
estimated that 1,500 tons will bo rcqulied.
'lho coal to bo delivered at tho Government
Pi luting Olllco at such times and lu such
ntiiintlllcsnn mav buienu red. wo lulu
quantifies as may bo lequlrcd, woighod und In
spooled by a sworn Inspector and stored at tho
expense of tho contractor.
lllilili'i'K will stata In their bids tlio name of
tho coal thoy proposo to furnish.
'lho successful bidder will bo requlicdto
furnish a bond In tho sum ot 1(5,000, condi
tioned for tlio faithful performance of contract.
Tho right to lojcctnny bid Is reserved.
H, P. HOUNDS,
nu 1,7,11 P11I1II0 Pi Inter.
UKNT-rOUH UNFURNISHED ROOMS
nu 'Jd floor: L-aa nnd bath: $11: lirottv lo
cation; lcfcronces exchanged,
...- -, - .-'-.' i.. ......
st n w.
A NY PlMlhON HA VINO PII.ISOl'THUNKVV
" Yolk 'limps for July, August and Hoptem
Iter, lhSI, can find a puiLhascr by addtosslng
Look llox 1. Postolllt'O. 1111 Kit
Mackinaw Straw Hats
MAUK1NAW STRAW HA'IH
DUNLAP & GO, of New York
Pearl and Doo color, Dross and Derby Imto
In all filianos, at
WILLETT & RUOFFS,
nolo Agenta for DuuIarVs Now York Data,
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