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Thirteenth Yoar No 3947
S1
AMUSEMENTS
SUMMEJ THBATnn COMIQUE
Monilny Juno a Nightly nnd Tuesday mid Fr May
Matinees
Engagement of tho Young Dramatic Btnr
Mil VIO LKONZO
And his Wonderful Acting PogTKlElt III llio
CI rout Drama entitled
t nUPEtrs DOO or Tlio Mexican Outlaw
Howard mil Hnliford Pell and Lewis Ircy nnd
MnnOmtl llordemi Sisters
JakolhuUnhd John Itobluson In llin TWO
TUAMlfVnncl Our Urrnt Mnmmotli Company
InnOrnndKlll
f mVBfl QAHDEN
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
Hnsbccnliilnrgcd nnd llcnutMcd nnd nothing
ii iimuioiiiuo mnKU u
Mlar placo 11 tlio District Spcclul
Music by tho MA1HNE HANI every evening
Admlttaice FHKE
tcS tf i Oio W UMVEIt Proprietor
A BNEBa BUMMCR OAIIDEN
AN ATritACTIVESUMMEtl lllWOIlT
9ikn ron this season
1
A Superior Orchestra supplies exquisite music
nnd tlio lliiffit refreshments uro served In llrst class
Biyic
WE CATKU TO TUB MILLION
HCURSIONS
GRAID EXCURSION
11Y
DB MOLAY OOMMANDHRY
No I
JULY it 3 mid 1 1881
TO
YORKTOWNFORT MONROE
NORFOLK AND THE CAPES
Iicnvlng July 2 nt 10 p m nnd returning July 6
ih o 11 111
TICKETS FOll HOUND TllII f2a5
For sale at all tlio prlnclpnl drug stores JclMt
IV SUMMER RESORTS
fc Fauquier White Sulphur Springs
HOTEL
Till flivoilto resort will ho OPENED JUNK 1st
and Closed October loth Inforinntlou ns to rooms
nnd terms of hoard may he obtained until Juno 1st
ntthoNatlonal Hotel Washington niter Juno 1st
at Fauquier Springs Vn
FTENNY A CO Proprietors
COTTAta E HILL
Formerly COTTAGE HIM COLLEOn First-
class llonrd Springs nnd benutirully nhncled
grounds elegant boating and llshlng Apply to
A Lmmo Co for terms
mySfld York t onnty Pn
PROPOSALS
PROPOSALS FOB COAL
GOVrllKJIKfT HnslITAI milTHKlXHANI
j NK 1I Waniiimotok 1 U June IS 1881
SEALED PROPOSALS nro Invited until noon
Sfat SATUltDAY JUNK 21 1HH1 when thov will
ju ujiliimi ti lv Mr 11 nu jii i m iim w an
bidders us elinnso tnnttciul lo furnish tho llnsnltut
with twcnty llvo hundred S500 tons of iJW Ih
each of best run of mine Georgos Creek Cumber
land Coal nnd four hundred 400 tuns of M lb
each of Anthracite Coul stove size to bo deliver
ed In bontH ulong sldo tho Hospital wharf or In
cars upon the wharf tjto delivery of nhout onc
hnlf to rommoiicons soon ns tho II rst week In July
1881 nnd the other hnlflnimnllfltcly after October
J 1881 nnd to bo continued ut tho rnto of not less
than lx hundred sou tons a week until tliocpmn
tlty speclllcd Is delivered
Tho coal will ho received In strict nccoraunco
with tho Act of Congress approved July 1 1870
layments of ninety no percent on tlio amount
dues for coal received each week will be made nnd
tho ten ID percent withheld will bo paid when
tho full quantity of coal engaged to ho delivered Is
received In accordance with this advertisement
No olTer for coal as nhovo will ho considered unless
tho truo namcof thocompiinv ami mlno Ls given In
tho oiler by which tho coul tlio bidder proposes to
furnish Is known In tho nor unless It Is
mado by a regular dealer or miner nnd the suc
cessful bidder must furnish the exact cpmntltv nnd
description of coal ho agrees to furnish Oilers
will bo received from tho nnmo person or com-
to furnish either bltuir or Anthrnclto
r conf alone or both kinds of coal
sldercd binding until July 1 1881 and tho right Is
distinctly reserved to reject all or any of tho offers
made If In tho Judgment of tlio Superintendent
the public Interest require it or to buy coal In
open market at tho expense of any contractor fall
ing to comply with the terms or his contract
W W OODDINCI
lulCeo1t Superintendent
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Mccreary mcclellandS
024 SEVENTH STItEET N W
The Revised New Testament
In nil sizes of type nnd styles of binding Is now
reuuy unu lur rtmu tiy
0 0 PUBBELL Bookseller 422 9th St
I
MISCELLANEOUS
SAML S SHEDD
BUCCKSSOn TO HAMILTON i SHEDD
Denier In
Fine Gas Fixtur es Slate Mantels
Lutrobcs lentigos unci Furnaces
Special uttentlou given to PLUMUINO
ijriiNjiMi jjsiimaies llirmsiieu
promptly attended to
JellMt
No 411 SEVENTH ST N W
mild
DUBINISSS OOLLEOB corner
SPBNOCBIAN I streets u w This Institu
tion has ii progressive and successful expeilenco of
10 years It educaten young men unci women for
iisefuluessandHelf buppnrt Jtgrnduntessecuro po
Mtlons of trust uudprollt Course of study nnd train
ing comprises tlio lOuglLsh Iiugungu lluslness
AkVlhinelle Hnennerluii Priietlrnl lenninushln
rtliHjk keeiilng liy single nnd double entry adapt
w t tu uLf tiiki i iiitiiivn j iuvuit iiui
w j jAciures imy unci jveiiuig rtessious ior in
nucl terms
tthu
Ariinnntloii cull nt Colleno or iiddress
iiJUNlt V C BlKNOKlt lrlnclpnl npstf
CEDAR AND PINE COOPERING
Tubs Duckets CluirnsOvnl WorkFlowerHtnnds
jco cream uccagoiiauci jiounu ireo runs meiis
uriS jlc lleiKilrlng promplly ntteiidid to Bnuth
ait cor of Klgldli and I sts B McMillan
33 3 BROOKS
Dealer In
FINK OAB FIXTUIll
Ml FlftecntliBt Corcorun llullcllng
HOUHU lAINTINd nnd DECOIIATIONS In
JSvcry Variety
PonUaterlliQood Work Moderate IYcei
3vcjftaNTaiaoii
110 Tenth Hlreet Northwest next ins Olllce
OFFICE OF TJtK
iolman Livor and Ague Pad
UILKYS 11UIIUINO
Southeast Corner Ninth and E Streets
SccoikU 1
The Evening Oeiti
AND
All Jobbing
SAJIT S BlIKDD
100 NINTH BTItEKTNOItTHWKMT
ARTHUR B SMITH
hiaikii in
wood nsriD coal
Oil NISYOHKAVVnsllllgtonDC Jcl3tl
BMOKEP O D OIOARS 1
ForBnlontCIiniHAllNiitBcorltlitFMsl
nsiacinsro tackle
PEABODYS
No 411 Seventh St Northwest
Three Doors llclow Odd FellowH1 Hall
Having removed to thonbovo number Twill ho
pleased to beu my out irientis in parttcuurtha pub
llr In general and will glvotho woith of their
Loncy every lime AND DONT YOU FOItUlST
UT
bst
SPECIAL NOTICES
TBtlABURBn AND ASSESSORS OF
nut
WAHtrtVJTllV TI TIII1A17 tfl41
NOTICE Is hereby given that licenses Issued for
IIACKHCAltH oMNIIlUBKBnndnll other ve
hicles used for tho trnnsportntlon of passengers
for hire will explro on the nith day of June 1881
and must bo promptly renewed by nil proprietors
desiring to continue business
lly order of Commissioners D C
ltOIIT l DODOK
leawtt Treasurer and Assessor I O
grLA pnmcEss
Isthonnninnf our new
O UINTUIUAll
It Is tlio llest Clgnr yet oirerisl for tho money
SICKLES CALIFOUNIA CIOAH BT011E
Nn loll Ieiuift Avphet Tenth nnd Eleventh sts
BST1
IF YOU WANT THH VERY NIOEBT
IlrrndlmVllim NIV HOlITII it Is
snrn in piease lor sale by ulinrsl cinsHUrocers
aiiilwlioleitnleby
W It TKNNKY KONM
Denlers In Flour Feed Corn Onts lIayKtrawc
OAtlTOL MILLS
Jol West Washington 1 ft
jrry Unn ritlDU OP MINNESOTA viqvn
It Mokes tho Whltrstniid Sweetest llrend
Hold nnlv nt
MAUL1Y A DFLLWIOH
300 Ieunsylvanln Avenue l jint
nnd IIIILLWItl Mt UVULIYU
Ij1 Oir Hwiwil anil streets northenst
L nUOHAHAN
W3 KLICTIIOMAONKTIO HEALKIt
Is prepared In recelvo piillcntsnt No 003 Ienii
sylvnula Aeiiuc Doom Is comer of Ninth street
invlivtf
B 1
IF YOU WOULD AVOID CHILLS AND
I lvnra Atrllnntifl envM lllllna Vm am
nlllfrJllouJdent to tho season tako
IIIIOWNINtlB linTKlta and you will surely
llltOWNINOH llirrKItB linvoliccnln uso for
over twelve yeurs and no person wns ever known
to ihnvo chills or billons fevers whllo using these
Hitters For snle by druggists nnd grocers gencr
nlly
IIIIOWNINO A MIDDLETON
IllOPllIRTOItM AND MANUFACTUItEIW
01O Ienusylvnnln Avenue
jryTHB CELLULOID TRUSS
Tifat never nuts never breaks never wears out
alwajscleannndennbe worn whllo bathing Is
forsnloatCIIAB FIHUIIKIIU 083 Seventh st
northwest Mrs Fischer devotes her attention to
vjiui n nuiy pnirons
t5ttWD KEBPEOTFULLY INV1TB TnB LA
WW dies to call nnd examine our Una Import
ed goods
W T 11ALDUH Ihnrmnclst
Cor lennsylvnnln avc and Nineteenth street
jogtoSUBSOKHIEBS 1 1
ItKAllTjIlsBTAUTItXCI
DISCOVEUYII
And send at once five Da stniniw for snniple boxor
I for n lurga Rlzo box Tho great demand coming
lrnmtliousnnclslsnKUiiK ciuaiiantkk that It is
meeting the mkkiw up RiiFriniisci mijrANiTV
Any one sulTerlng with dlscnsci of tho Throat
ff7AirTtJnS niny lip cured liy tho timely uso o
LUNO 11KMEDY which Is n purely vegetable dis
covery nnd pleasant to the taste Why smTcr Ion
ger with Soro Throat Hacking Cough llronchltls
Jpll1rncinrrAtlmm Croup Bpltttng of
Blood Weak Lungs Whooping Cough Hay Fe
ver Pneumonia Jlacl llrenth Hoarseness Quinsy
etc And why not keep It nlways by Tor tho llttlo
ones as well as for tho older ones Try It anil bo
convinced of Its wonder- curing powers Will
Kendbymnll Mention this paper Address
J ft DEU8TEN CO
mr3 Woodbuir Oloucestcr Co N J
jntaSTOVEB FURNACES RANOES Ac
Tin plates slieellron work llreplacestovesranges
furnncos repaired Tin roollng spouting and nil
kinds of tin work promptly iittended to Bend
your order to
It H O HOUIH
610 Eleventh st n w near FM
orreMACKINNON FOUNTAIN AND NEW
lift llnaltni ilt Ul I 1
at Factory ltotes by leorgo It Herrlck agent
Macklnnon lcn Co 020 i street dcll ti
wv naFREDE FREUND CATERER AND CON
Wa FKCTIONElt
703 Ninth street n w Delicious Ice Cream and
btrnwberrles constantly on hand ap7
W rraELEOTRIOITY THE WONDERFUL OUR
WSO ATIVE AOENT
Mil WILLIAM UUNTllt No 1438 New
ork Avenue cures Catarrh Jlronchllls Diseases
of Lungs Liver nnd Kidneys Dyspepsia Neural
gia ltheumntUim Paralysis nnd nil Nervous Com
plnlnts
Consultation free mrl g
3
AUCTION SALES
ELLINO OUT AT AUCTION
The PIltlroKtnpt lif Tin- nml Vntlv Unnila
ho sold at No 714 SEVrHNTH sTltEET Auc
tion every day commencing 10 oclock nm and 7
oclock p m until the whole stock Is sold Uoods
at private sale ut prices to suit vnurself
cll tf FOLEY Auctioneer
LIVERT STABLES
FATHBX Emr s bro
4221 Eighth Street bet D nnd E n w
Close Carriages for Weddings Calls nnd lteccp
tlons Boarding nnd Livery Btables
A DKEYEB 3 U SMITH
ice stes ao
Closo Carriages for Weddings Calls unci Recep
tions Hoarding and Livery Stable Wlllarcfa
Hotel Btnbles corner 14th nnd E sts
New Store and Old Goods
FINE OLD BRANDIES
WHISKIES AND GIN
Superior Family Olarets
SHERRIES xc Cheap
IMPOETED AND DOMESTIC OIQAES
Jas Tharps INfew Store
No 010 F STItEET NORTHWEST
HlUt
GEO RYNEAL JR
Wholesale nnd Itetnll Dealer tu
PAINTS OIISWINDOWANI PLATE OLABS
LAMPdOODH ETOAHTIHTH AND
wax vinriii matmiiiat s
No 418 Seventh St N Wopp Odd Fellows Hull
Jeia d Waslilnston I C
S A WEBB
Denier In New and Second hand
CLOTHING llOOW SHOES AND
INtl HOODS
1124 Seventh st N bet L and M sts
Gentlemen wnltcd on ut their residences Jel3 d
wave avrcnBaacriEisEisr
Importer ltectlller nnd Dealer In
Vines and lujuohs
010 Fifth Street between land K northwest
KBOPPS SALVE CURE
THE OltEATEST DIBCOVFUY
of tho Ago for Swellings Piles Itono Felons Neu
ralgia Hums Itheumntlsm Ulcerations ICryslne
Ins Corns and Jlunlnns Ask fur K roups Salvo
Cure nnd tnko no other For sulo wholcHiIo mid
retail by ft Clirlstlanl 481 Pennsylvania nyenue
All Druggists hell It
COOK B 5T GAS
TessTiouhlo than nny otlier Fuel More EITecllvo
than nny other Fuel cheaper than nnyothcr Fuel
Stoves of tho Celebrated BUN DIAL pattern for
snlo or for rent nt tho Otllcn of the Washington
Uus Light Company 411 and 411 Tenth t n w
rEivnoisrca EOT as ao
Importers of HUMAN HAIlt AND PKUFUM
EllIUS lollies nnd Oents llalrwnrk rendy mndo
nnd to order Enu do lulnlne lnstnntnneous Hnlr
Dye Ostrich Feathers PrepnrodDyod nnd Curled
Tho most complete business of tho kind thlssldo
of New York 010 Ninth ut opp U S Pat Oil-
L001CI LOOK LOOK
Thirty Different Colors of ltEADY MIXED
FAINTS can ho found nt
ISAAC
1000 Seventh street bet N Ynvenuo and L f
Call and examine samples Also Agent for Plato
and Looking 1 1 lass Plates
T W MURPHY G23 Q street n w
a of the
feet at
TOhoeliv
itfreocif
practical horsesiioer lias a nut Knowledge
structure and formation of tlio horses
with nu experience of thirty years In
hommrnntep to rum all discuses of tho foot
charge t deso g
A CO Stono Dealers comer North
ACKEll and E streets have just received a
cargo of building mnrblo from Vermont nawed
Into steps sills slabs tc to suit tho trade nnd so
licit the putronago of builders This marble will
ho sold ui nhout hnlf tho price usunlly charged for
such material Liberal discount to trculo
Now and Second Hand Furniture
I10U011T AND SOLD AT
W3 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE Jell
Y7ASHINGT0N D Cf WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 1881
THE DEPARTMENTS
Tin National bank notes received for re
demption to day amounted to 1800O
SixRiiTAitv Hunt went to Long llntch
this morning Ho ll expected back on
Friday
SKcniiTAitv Lincoln who was expected
back to day did not come Ho Is at Long
ltranch with tho President
Tudoi FitKNcii Assistnnt Secretary of
tho Treasury In just now acting In tlio
iripio capacity oi secretary anil tho two ns
distant secretaries
SKCiinTAitv JliAiNii has not gono to
Long Hraneli Neither tho Secretary nor
any member of his family will lcavo tlio
city before next week
Lx SicitTAity of War Kvmshy lms
been aniioiuted special examiner to invest
gato tho charges mado against Manager
ucjcigc ot tno Mill iraucisco mint Uen
Itamscy Is expected hero in a day or two
Tin new list of Presidential poH odlcos
iiosjusi Dccn compieteil nt tlio Iost Olllco
Department It hIiowh that iii to April 18
last there had been established 83 first -101
second and lV3 third class olllccs
riiKV rnoiiviiLY know rumor
Hint Uen liaitm comniissioncr of internal
revenue had been asked to resign can ho
traced t no rellablo soured Acting Secre
tary French and Jen Katun each say thev
know nothing wliatovcr about It
Cait Coiiauoi has been reappointed
aiptalnor tho Watch at tho Treasury De
partment at SlOO per milium to date from
July 1 next His present salary is -511200
If tho Cnptaiu needed any vindication tills
ougnt to bo considered satisfactory
Thluf is no truth In tho statement that
tho report of tho eomnilttco on rcorganiza
Hon In tlio Poat OlUco Department will bo
limcln lltlblln Plin rnnnrt will n ltfll ln1
by tho Postmaster General anil whatever
changes are macio will ho developed from
tlmo to time when removals and promotions
arc decided upon
Mil IloiiKiiT PniMTOv of tho Mint Bu
reau who begun thocountof tli i bullion in
tho Now ork mint returned to day Tho
count will bo continued by Mr Donaldson
of tho Philadcljihla mint Mr F Eckfeldt
has been detailed to mnko tho settlement at
tjio Philadelphia mint and will go thcro in
a day or two
Mom citANara wcro mado In tlio con
tract olllce P O 1 to day Thomas F
Kay was promoted from n second to a third
class clerkship A H Scott W T S Dtt
vail W S Nicholson nnd Win Do Uottcs
wore promoted -from first to second class
clerkships H A Hilton was promoted
from n 61000 clerkship to nsil JOO elerkshlo
and Henry Meredith was uppoiutcdn laborer
on mo regular roll All tliesu take cliect
Julyl
Mit H Jv JUons chief clerk of tho
supervising architects olllce has been of
ficially informed that in accordanco with it
recent act of Congress his salary after the
1st of July will be increased ifiV per an
num Mr Jacobs will continue to act as
chief clerk which otllco ho lias held in con
junction with tho olllco of assistant super
vising architect for tho past five years
Thcro will be nn change in tlio olllce so
Supervising Architect Hill says
Senator Ransom who fathered tho reso
lution passed by tho last Scnato ordering an
Inquiry Into tho matter of improving tho
harborsof Washington and Georgetown has
called n meeting of the committee appointed
to look after tho matter They will meet
in tho Senate District Committee room some
day this week Senator Hansom is tlio
chairman He is in this city Senator
Conger is also hero Senator Jones of
Picvaua now in ew York senator vest nt
Berkley Springs anil Senator Kellogg who
Is also absent havo telegraphed that they
will ho here to attend tho meeting of tho
committee
Tin nblo editor of tho Augusta Oiimliln
liounlht says that It is pretended that cer
tain Senators nro very indignant over cer
tain removals in tho ollieo of tho
that body and adds Wo daro
say there Is moro cry than wool In this
thing From tho list of alleged indignant
Senators wo should say that Mr Bright
need lmvo no fear of results Had some of
these protesting Senators had their way
Kiddlcbergcr wottldbo making a general
Democratic sweep Noliody knows this
better than Mr Bright Ho holds the fort
Pay of Ckxhuh Clkiikh Gen Walker
Is straining every nerve to devise it plan by
which tho oilers of tho hankers to cash ho
vouchers of Census clerks in advnuco can bo
accomplished Ho has drawn up a blank
form of vouchers In accordanco with his
ideas and those of tho bunkers and has sub
mltted tho wuuo to tho Secretary of U19 In
terior Mr Klrkwooil who Is equally de
sirous of itHoidlng this accommodation to
day transmitted this voucher to tho
requesting his opinion nu tlio
law of tlio case
CoMMISSIOXKItOFltAILItOADsTllCOphlllU
French was the recipient of dlstliiLtiMicd
honors 011 his recent return tilp from the
Pacific coast A palaco car was placed nt
his disposal by tho Union Pacific Itallroad
Company
Mr French according to law Is supposed
to pay his faro tho government bolnir re-
sjwnslblo for his expenses It would not bo
tho jmiper caper exactly If Mr French
should charge up this particular 1 1 tin In his
bill of expenses
ACAiiiNLTMniniNOATLoNallitAscn
Thcro will bo a Cabinet meeting at Long
Branch to morrow at tho Illieroii Hotel
where tho President has his quarters Sec
retary Wlndom Secretary Hunt and Pint-master-General
James left for thero to day
Secretary Lincoln is nlready there Attorney-General
MacVeagh who is in Phila
delphia can easily tako 11 run over o tho
Branch
Secretary Bhiitie cannot go hut ho will
communicate by telegraph us thero Is direct
telegraphic communication between tho
Presidents hotel and tho Department of
State so that tlio President can bo
kept advised of tho situation of af
fairs at tlio Capital during his uliscnco
Considerable comment is mado over tho de
parture of tho Cabinet ministers nnd It Is
suggested that something unusual has oc
curred or is about to occur but what it Is
nobody pretends to know Ono theory Is
that tho President is very eomfortablv situ
iited at tlio seashore and as thero was somo
occasion for a conference of tlio Cabinet ho
inougut it octter ior tno ministers to go to
him than for hint to como to them Nothlni
is known at tho White Houso as to when
tho President will return and tho linnres
sions gains that ho will not como back at
all this week
A LKTTint was sent to Mai Brock from
tho Commissioners this afternoon request
ing hint to Instruct his lieutenants to make
11 personal Inspection of alloys c in their
precincts with a view to correcting defective
drainage and sewerage Tho letter contained
sovorai other suggestions to Improve tlio
sanitary condition of tho city
THE ALBANY MUDDLE
A OompromiBo Under Consider
ation
Half Brecds will Vote for Any Stalwart
Except Conkllnp or Piatt
An Attempt to Substitute Potter for Ja
0003 Creates a Storm
Sharpo and Husted in a Personal Squabble
The To cluy
Albany N Y Juno 23 Tho Bradley
Bribery Investigating Committee held a
brief nnd unimportant session this morning
nnd adjourned until to morrow on tho plea
of counsel who said that It was probablo
tho investigation could bo completed In ono
day
a coMpnoMisi suoolstld
Immediately after adjournment of tho
Investigating Committee tho Half breeds
held a caucus In which they agreed upon a
programme that upon tlio meeting of tlio
joint convention nnd before tlio balloting
begins Senator Lyndo should arlso to a
question of privilege nnd aunounco a propo
sition by the Half breeds for a compromise
first that they would voto solidly for ono
Hnlf brced and one Stalwart tho Half breed
to bo Depew and tho Stalwart
ANYOhr LXCKPT CONKIlNCl Oil PLATT
but would not voto for cither of these If tho
deadlock was maintained until December
SI Second lit order to prove their sin
cerity Wheeler was to
lio withdrawn and a Half breed commis
sioner sent around to consult with the Half
breed members instructing them that they
could concentrate on any Stalwart except
Coiikllng or Piatt Wheelers representa
tives agreed to tho compromise after tele
graphic communication with Wheeler and
Lapham was selected Aungcntwns then
Instructed by Itobertson to notify all Half
breeds of tho Intended programme This
agent says tho proposition meets tlio enthu
siastic
DNDOltSKMKNT OP ALL
nnd that tho purposo will show they do not
desire to control tho Senatorial election hut
nro willing to compromiso in tlio interests
of tlio party
Tin joint coNFintrNei
resumed its session nt noon Tlio Half
brecds decided to postpono tho Lapham
programme until after tho first ballot in
order to test their strength
Till VOTIKO TO DAY
Tlio total olllcial joint ballot for iv suc
cessor to Colliding win Wheeler 40
Jacob 52 j Folger 1 Bradley 1 Lapham
S Cornell 20 Itogcrs 1 Colliding 33
Total 1
Tlio total ollletul joint ballot for a suc
cessor to Piatt was Depew 52 j Kernau
fill Piatt 20 Lnphnm 3 Wheeler 3 Crow
ley 7 Cornell 8 Bliss 1 Trcmaln 1
Kogers 1 Total 155
A NKW DKMOCI1ATI0 CANDtDATL
Aliiany Juno 22 Democrats havo
withdrawn Jucobs Theres great excite
ment Claikson N Potter Is tho Democratic
candidate In his place
A HOT IISCUaION DXBUKD
Pending the call of tho second ballot
there was great consternation becauso of
the announcement by Senator Fowler
Democrat that it had been decided best
to withdraw John C Jacobs as a candidate
because of n question raised as to his eligi
bility on account of his holding oilico under
tho State government namely that of State
Hciiataruud that If ho should get a majority
of tho hallots tlio Republicans would prob
ably
ATTKMT TO C1IKAT HIM
out of tlio election bcoiuso of the techni
cal point Therefore It was decided by
tho Democrats to change their votes to
Clarkson N Potter Tho announcement
created great excitement among tho Demo
crats nucl an extraordinary scene ensued va
rious members changing their votes to other
candidates prominent nmong whom wcro
John Kelloy Alinini S Hewitt John J Hoff
man S S Cox and others Several nicm
liers objected that they would not change
until authorized by a formal caucus
A now insued
between Sharpo and Husted as to the posi
tion of Governor Cornell Sharpo Insisted
that the Governor had not Intimated in any
degreo his desires regarding tho senatorial
contest Husted said It was false
Tho ballot resulted Colliding 32
Whcclcr 50 Lapham 11 Cornell 2 Jacobs
Dcm12andscnttcriiig votes for Democratic
candidates from 1 to 4 each except Patter
who had 7 Tlio total voto was 155
Imstus Brooks mado a long speech say
lug tho State constitution distinctly 1110
hibited tho candiency of a member of tho
Legislature ami Iioikmi that Jacobs would
rcfuso to further embarrass tho Democratic
jwirty Brooks speech caused a stampede in
tho caucus and votes for a candidate wcro
rendering General W S Hancock was
nominated Objection was muilo that Han
cock was a Federal olllccr and disqualified
A 1 toll -en 11 wasordcied and Jacobs with
drew his name Tim convention is still in
session
FHOM OVER THE SEA
IllllllllKl 11111 IIIOTIIIiIhIiIII tllCNllllll
London Junu 22 House of Lords
last night d it elided Englands relations to
tho Tunisian quoMlou 1 url Granville said
where treaty rights had not liecn invaded
thero was no ncmity for interference Tho
Marquis of Salisbury declared thcro was
nothing to Justify a quarrel with n trusted
nlly
IttiticnMcluH Demon
London Juno 22 npern
Tlio Demon was performed for tho first
tlmo in Knglaud last night nnd proved a
great success Tho author who conducted
tho iwrfunnniico jiersonally was recalled six
times and was congratulated liy tlio Princo
of Wales
IIiihsIiiii IIIulNlry Itoeoiistiiictetl
St Pirniisnuiio Juno 22 -Gen Iguatlcfl
has thoroughly reconstructed the ministry
of tho Interior
Weston Siirrciiici tt Howell
London Juno 22 At 420 oclock this
afternoon tho match between Weston and
Kowell camo tonu inglorious end Weston
retiring from tho track permanently Tlio
score then stood Howell 2S0 miles and Wes
ton 201 miles and three laps
Tin ciivitons of embezzlement brought
against Albert Dowllng by his employer a
Georgetown brick dealer wcro dismissed
this afternoon by Judge Sucll
Proposals for furnishing supplies for tho
Bureau of Kngravlng and Printing wero
opened at noon to day Thero wero 110
bidders Tlio proposal of J C Ag
nuw Co for Cumberland coal
nt 370 por ton and that of E II
Haley Co for Ice at fifteen cents per
hundred wero tho lowest Tlio bids on tho
other articles were so numerous that It
would bo impossible to mention them Tho
entire schedule of bids was referred to n
committeo of three gentlemen connected
with tho bureau
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WILLIAM MOROAHS DONES
A Nlivlcoii Ioiuiil In ix tiinriy In
CleiiCNpr X Y A Itliifr svltli tlio
IiillInlM IV JI unci a Scrap of
lnper In 1111 Old Tolmceo Jtox which
Nocm I ci Prove the Hones nro Hump
fif the Author of Hie Ant lOInsoiilc
ItOVClllllOIIH
Batavia N Y Juno 22 This town
is filled witli excitement over tlio discovorv
yesterday of whnt aro believed to bo tho re
mains ot William Morgan tho mnu who be
trayed tho secrcl of tlio Freemasons In his
book entitled Morgans Illustrations of
Masonry flityflvo years ago nnd was ab
ducted nnd mutlo away with before his work
was given to tho public Tho mystery sur
rounding tho fato of William Morgan has
defied human ingenuity for over half
n century and now it seems des
tiucd to bo unraveled at last when
most If not all the actors in tlio
tragedy like Its victim are laid away In tho
grave About cloven miles west of Batiivln
In Goncsco County lies tlio town of Pem
broke and It is in tills pjneo that tho bones
wcro found Soino men wero engaged in
tho removal of a quantity of dirt for tho
pttrposo of opening up a stone quarry when
they suddenly camo upon tlio remains of a
human skeleton about three rods from tho
centro of tho highway Tho locality is
about two miles south of tho Toiiawandii
Indian reservation and tho men nt lirst
thought that they had chanced upon tlio
lionos of somo Indian brave But this Idea
was scion dispelled by tlio consideration that
no trinkets wcro found with tho skeleton
and such articles nro always buried with
tho reninlns of a departed Indian Tho
bones had been covered with thick layers
of rock mid dirt and It was quite evident
tlint tho persons who had deposited the
body in its icsting plnco intended that
it should bo wll concealed A thorough
search was begun to see if nny cluo to tho
identity of tho dead man could bo obtained
Carefully removing tho bones from their
position and placing them to ono side tlio
workmen gathered up tho dirt in their
hands nnd sifted It through their fingers
After somo tlmo their efforts wero rownrded
by tho nulling by ono of tho party of a sil
ver ring which upon being thoroughly ex
amined was found to bear tlio monogram
W M tho initials of William Morgan
who disappeared so mysteriously on tho 12th
of September 1820
Tlio initials W M however will fit a
great many names so that tho discovery of
tho ring taken by lUelf would not bo
considered of such great importance
But the scarcii did not stop witli tin
finding of tlio ring It was con
tinued diligently and soon nil object
of much greater significance was discovered
This was a small tin box lescinbling a tobacco-box
of the olden times which wns so
thoroughly eaten away by its long burial
in tho cartli that it dropped to pieces as it
was raised from its rcstiiiL nlace In this
box was found a manuscript tlio writing of
which wss scarcely Kgiuie although somo
of tho words could be read bv tlio unaided
eye Tho crumpled paper was taken to tlio
omco 01 ir runups where It was placed
under a microscope Under tlio glass the
words Mason Liar Prison Kill
and tlio full naino Henry Brown wcro
plainly visible In order to realize tho im
portunco of this paper as a means of identl
lying tho skeleton ns that of William
Morgan it must lie borno In mind
that Morgan ns soon as ho had announced
his intention of publishing his Masonic
revelations wns constantly threatened with
imprisonment and with being killecl if lie
persisted that ho was imprisoned lbr the
crimo of owing a small debt ton tavern
keeper nnd that ho was abducted from tho
prison and taken to some plnce nS yet not
positively discovered where ho was killed
Tlio name of Henry Blown too is most
significant At tho tlmo of Morgans dis
appearance Henry Brown was a lawyer in
this town and n prominent Mason In 1820
three years after tho tragedy ho published
nnoolcotuil pages entitled A Narrative
of tho nnti Masonio Excitement in tho
Western part of tho Stato of Now York
During tho Years 1820-7-8 and apart of 1821
liy Henry Brown esq Counsellor nt Law
This book was printed in Batavia by Adams
McClcary and but very few copies of It
nro now in existence In it Henry Brown
gives a very correct account of tlio abduc
tion of Morgan and admits that it was
probably done by Masons wlo in their
zeal for their order lackvd discretion Ho
strives to show that although Morgan was
abducted thcro is no proof that ho was
murdered nnd indulges in long arguments
to show that tlio anti Masonic excitement
created by tho Morgan tragedy was un
called for and tho work of political dema
gogues If It shall now appear that tho
body found Is accompanied by a threaten
ing letter signed by Brown tho inference
will bo irresistible that tho remains nro
those of William Morgnn This discovery
liiils fair to explode all oilier theories re
garding tho fato of Morgan
A 1rlcinlly Act Ilovnrcled by Miirilor
San Fiivncinco June 22 A dispatch
from VlrginlaCitysaya AlexGoyette while
very drunk last night was tnken homo by
two friends Joseph LnlieigneurnndC Moii
Jean On getting inside ofhis cabin Goyctlo
suddenly drew a revolver and killecl La
freigncttr and seriously wounded Monjcaii
Ho then shot nnd rcilously wounded C
Longlies who was lying asleen Lonzlies
und while sttuggling to uso his pistol Go-
yctto snot iinuscii mulcting wounds proh
ably fatal All tho parties camo from
Cauada
Immigration Iiicrciislne
Niw York Juno 22 Over 1200
grants havo laudid beio within tlio past
twenty lour hours Notwithstanding tlio
heavy i111111igrit Ion this season the number
of applications for ineclpnics and oHicr la
borers through tho Labor Bureau Castle
Garden is much greater than tho supply
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Turluy unci IIiif IniKl
CoNTANTiNOiLi Juno 22 Earl Duf
feriu tho new Britisli Ambassador yester
day presented his credentials to tho Sultan
who said ho would do anything in his power
to strengthen his friendship for England
A IluelliNt Acquitted
CiiAitLESTON Juno 22 Col E B Cash
011 trial nt Darlington for tho murder of
W M Shannon was acquitted Cash killed
Shannon In a duel Tho verdict was
brought In lato lust night
A IlnngeroiiN CouiittiTt It
Tho Chief of Secret Service has discov
ered a very perfect and dangerous counter
felt half dollar coin and ills agents aro on
tho track of tho counterfeiters with somo
prospects of securing them Tho coin is
struck from dlejy and is perfect in every
respect tallying in appearance nnd
with tho geuulno article It is however
slightly thicker than tho sliver half dollar
It is mado of brass nnd evidently washed
In appearance size weight nnd ring it is
identical with tho current coin
Tho counterfeiters nro Pcniisylvauians It
was in Philadelphia that tlio counterfeit
was first circulated
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Stuket cohnkk preaching has been for
bidden in tho majoiity of tho Southern
cities This Is a wiso action churches
should havo tho monopoly bulge on religion
that s what we mum tucm tor
TWO CENTS
FINANCIAL
ToiIiivh NtOClt UllOtllllDIIX
Tho following observations of tho trans
actions in tho financial market to day to
gclhor with opening and closing quotations
nro furnished by tliu banking houso of II
1 Cooke Jr Co 142U V street Washing
ton 1 C
Nam ii in Stock Openg Closg
American District W7 tit
U O mij
l 0 l I ns 082
Cnmula Southern 71J 741
Chicago llurllnglon and 11 iikh
c p t ie 211 avs
Chicago St Paul M 4 0 11 11
do preferred ton
Central Paclllc 103 103J
Chicago St Louis N O so
Del Irfickiiwaiiiia a W 121 121j
Delaware mid Modioli Ill
Denver and Itlo Hnuidc Ill Illf
Erie Kit I7
00 preierreo mit
llaimlhnlnniist Joe
KVl
Hi
1I0 nrifirriil Itif
Houston nnd Tcxns UB 0I
Illinois Central lsi Is
lnkn Shore 121 laijf
Liiulsvlllnnnd Nnslivllle lus
Ijxke Erlo and Western Kill Bl
Michigan Central Iluf til
Missouri Pnclllc lllji II lit
Missouri Kansas t Texas M Mil
Jlanhnttaii Elevated ai MK
New York Central IHU IWK
Northwestern isnu laiJ
do preferred llil
New Jersey Central 1021 1111
Nashville mid Chattanooga wi aiU
Northern Paclllc ml
do preferred ffltf Mi
Ohio mid Mississippi 41 4Vi
Ontario nnd Western WW 3S
lnclllnMall MJ M
llock Island lis
Heading MU oil
St Paul 12li III
do preferred HI 1U2
San iranclveo
do preferred 70
Union Purine 12
Western Union iwi I37J
dooxtended 9IJ
Wabash St I nnd Pnclllc ns Bit
do preferred 0II4 012
Ohio Centra I7 Sii
Texns Pnclllc 70 70
Mobile und Ohio 37i 3S
UTetrojiolltnii ICIuvateil m o
lew 1 DTK jievaceci Hlni4liHl
i 1 Yiiou nnu 1 11
Chesaneako and Ohio
C C c I U lueomes
I Ji ic iv
Mem A C
P 1 t E
tlulcksllver preferred
II t P
T t D
Erie fund
Cincinnati A Hun Krnnclsco
Spring Mountain Coal
lluiralo Pittsburg
no secouos
cl7 175
4Vi Wl
k r
riu
r7
17
aiv
ino
rs
11
cJiiitcuniaicHS perceiu regisicreci iiitern
Inltnl Stales li percent coupon 111iKll
uuitisi states 1 per cent registcreclllli
Unlttsl states l ner cent eounon
United States fi percent registered
o iiiinniuiir currency ntt ft
sprang up and seized GoyeHe by tho wrists 1 wlll reduco net cash to about 11 cents
iii
ni
8
Sl
-id
4SV is
MUZ lnwj
Unlled States I per cent coupon 1I7Vi IIS
l01ifillol 2
131 a l
United States sixes of 1SSI coupon luiliivjioij
United States sixes of ISSlleglstered lftlCj
AV11II Street lo ilny
Niw Yoiiic Juno22 Tlio slock market
openeded stronger and higher Mich Ceil
rose i Northwest J Chicago O prcfer
led j Erie and Memphis Charleston rosd
I Texas Paclllc J Lackawanna 8 N J
Central 8 Erie Western I Western
Union 21 Pacific Mail 4 N Pacific C 1J
do prof Elevated shares wcro frac
tionally higher Beading loso 1 per cent
At time of writing tltu market is active and
linn
The stock market becamo dull nnd easier
after first call this morning and portion
of improvement ty prices first recorded wns
subsequently lost At 110011 trading was
dull Michigan Central Metropolitan Ele
vated ltochestcr cfc Pittsburg Hudson
Texas and Canada Southern wcro heavier
Yauilerhilts steady Union Pacific and
Central Pacific quiet slower Western
Union Quicksilver shares strong
Money is easy at 3 percent Foreign
exchange firm nt ASTiCiBl Governments
firm is of lB31criupoiis fis coupons
103 coupons 11151 -is coupons 117
currency is 130 Tho bid following aro nt
1 p m prices Western Union 1371 N Y
Central 111 Illinois Central 131 Ohio
Central 3 North Pacific J3J do prcf
85 Union Pacific 128J Central Pacific
1021 New York Elevated 100
Metropolitan Elevated 88 Manhattan
253 Canada Southern 731 Del Lack
Western 1233 Erie -17 K T 511 Laku
Shore 1281 Louis Nash 107i North
western 12i 0 M 131 Ontario
Western 381 Quicksilver 20 preferred
US Beading San Francisco fi2t St
P O jr preferred 1001 St Paul 1218 r
Wabash 571
IoniM to he Contracted unci the
for It
Nkw Yoiik Juuo 22 130 n m It is
generally believed that many of tlio Corf
sorvativo Houses havo been notified
in advance by leading banks that tho lat
ter will for tint next tliirtv to slxtv ihiva
contract their loans in order to sweil their
reserve and that they will rcfuso to loan
upon fancy stocks non dividend and un
marketable securities This has Induced 11
very largo llciuiclatiouthisinorniug In such
stocks as Ontario and West Lako Erio and
Western Ohio Central and Pacific Mall
which havo recently been thrown out ns
collateral In loans Lako Shore was ad
vanced to day liy tho Yunderbilt interest
for tho lmrpobo of selling stock that thev
acquired during tho recent decline An
other attack is in progress on tlio inti
mation that very llttlo grain Is
being moved from Chicago and
that what Is being transported is controlled
liy Armour Co who have been promised
both by tho ISew ork Central and Lako
SI1010 Bonds to have all grain they wished
transported nt 15 cents for next tlirco
months with rebate from that figure which
Wall Stuiit 230 p m Many opera
tors uro selling out their holdings in belief
that Vanderlrilt has traced out a policy an
tagonistic to all new roads being constructed
and that he will establish such n low perma
nent rate on East bound freight that
it will bo Impossible for any new corpor
ation which has been constructed even
at low cost to do n paying business
The stock market was btrong ut second call
this afternoon and quotations lu21 per
cent nbovo opening prices Beadiug ad
vanced from ft toOoi Peoria roso from ftlf
to 571 At tlmo of writing tho market is
activo and advancing money at 3 per cent
Tlio MnrKets
iSnw York Juno 22 Flour is stonily
Wheat is strong No 2 Chicago and Mil
waukee 122KS123 No 2 red winter
1281 Corn firmer at 571 Oats quiet
July 131 Jlyo quiet at 1091 lork
10001700 Lard 1123 Butter is
active Cheeso strong at 101 Egs heavy
tit 171 20 Whiskey nominal
Baltimori Juno 22 At first board
thero was somo activity in Virginia securi
ties which wero scarcely to firm ti3 on yes
terday Black scrip sold at 17 KMOsot
578 nnd consols 85 Virginia Midland
script brought 110 seconds 111 and fifths
1021 Columbia Greenville seconds 031
Maryland Cincinnati first sterling 121
seconds 24 thirds G2S
CnicAiio Juno 22 Wheat July 1121
corn July 112 oats July 371 bid pork
August SlOraittoSlUGO lanl August
111021 bacon July 337104340
A delegation of gentlemen waited ontho
Commissioners to day and presented a pe
tition lor tno raising ot woodier Lano
bridge as a conveulonco to drivels nnd to
reduco tho grado Tho Commissioners
promised to consider tho matter
Tho Commissioners to day adopted tho
plans for tho station houses ns prepared by
Inspector Kntwlstle
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