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Thirteenth Year No 3944
AMUSEMENTS
SUNDAY CHRONICLE
WILL 1115
Excellent To Morrow
ASK THE NEWSBOYS FOR IT
AND HEAD
FANJJE WARDS LETTER
ROBERTS GOSSIP
D
MISMAC c cic
RIVERS GARDEN
rnxNsYLVANiA avknui
Has been Enlarged nnd lloautlllcd nml nothing
left uiHloiie to make It tlio most uttrnctlvcatul poii
nlnr place In the District Hpcclnl balconies
Music by tlio MAltINC HANI every evening
Admittance Flini
leS tr Gio W DUIVKlt Proprietor
QUMMER THEATRE COMIQUE
Monday Jimo 13 MIcHtly and Tuesday niuUrldny
MtttlllceS
Tlio Event of tlio Season llrst appearance this
season of Mr John lloblDwn In Ids Kreat charac
ter or ltocks assisted by Tuku llitdil as Hungry
Jake llordcaui Ulsters Frey and Marshal Id
Nino MdleCrandall and Kttsiw ood Llzzlo Duly
Ten 10 beautiful Young Ladles In n larlor
Minstrel Hcene nnd our mammoth stock company
Inonooftliobesthlllsof thosciikon the perforin
mice concluding with the Kreat afterpiece entitled
The Washington Flower Ulrlj or Temptation
Trial nml Triumph
A UNEUS SUMMER GARDEN
AN ATTHACTIVHSUMMKiI lll WOItT
OlKN FOIl TIIK SlIAMOKi
A Superior Orchestra supplies exquisite music
nnd the finest refreshments nresen oil In Ilrt chiss
style
Wi CATFIl TO Tlin MILLION
EXCURSIONS
GRAND EXCURSION
I1Y
DE MOLAY OOMMANDERY
yo i
icisrica Hcrs tbmplab
JULY li 3 nml 4 1881
TO
YORKTOWNFORT MONROE
NORFOLK AND THE CAPES
Leaving July a at lop m nnd returning July 0
nt b a in
ticket ron itouyn ritip a33
For salcnt nil the principal drug stores JclS St
SUMJIEFt RESORTS
Fauquier White Sulphur Springs
HOTEL
This favorite resort w 111 be 01tiy HINT 1st
and Closed October 10th Informntloii as to rooms
nnd terms ofbonidmav bo obtained until June 1st
nttheyntlonnl Hotel Washington alter Juno 1st
at Fauquier Springs Vu
F THVy Y CO Proprietors
COTTAGE Ullili
Formerly COTTAOU JIILL COLLFdK
class Hoard Springs and beautifully shaded
grounds elegant boating nnd llshlng Apply to
A Lkidici a Co for terms
rnvSHd York Cnuntv 1u
A0P9SAL -
pROPOSALS FOR COAL
OovinsMisT JIhsiital i outiikInhink
niii Wasiiimiton D C Juno li lssl
HnALUIl IltOFOSALS aro Invited until noon
of SATURDAY JUyiias IHSfl when they will
be opened nt tlio Hospital In the presence of Biich
bidders as choose to attend to mrnlsh tho Hospital
ultli twenty live luumrisi CJixw tons oi ssiu in
each of bent run of mine Georges Creek Cumber
land Coal and four hundred 400 tons of s2 ID lb
each of Anthracite Coal stove sl7e to be deliver
ed In boats ulong hldc tho Hospital wharf or In
cars upon tho wharf the delivery of about one
half to commence ns soon ns thollrst week In July
last and the other half Immediately after October
llUaud to bo continued at tho late ofnotluss
tlinn six hundred MO tousu week until themiau
tltv specllled Is delivered
The coal will ho lecelved 1m strict accornanco
with tho Act of Congress npproveil July 1 1S70
rnymcnlsof ninety 10 percent on the amount
due for coal received each weekw 111 be made nnd
the ten 10 percent withheld will bo paid when
tho full quantity of coal engaged to ho delivered Is
received In accordance with this advertisement
yoolTer for coal as above will be considered unless
the true nnmoof thecompany audmluu Is given In
tho offer by which the coul th bidder proposes to
furnish Is known In thu market nor unless It Is
made by a regular dealer or miner and tho suc
cessful bidder must furnish thu exact ipiantltv nnd
description of coal he agrees to furnish Oilers
will no received from the samo person or com
pany to furnish either bituminous or Anthracite
coal alone or both kinds of coul lllds w 111 bu con
sidered binding until July llshl and the right Is
distinctly reserved to reject ml or any of tho oilers
made Ir In the Judgment of thu Superintendent
the public Interest requires It or to buy coal In
open market at the expense of any contractor full
ing to comply w It 1 1 thu terms of his contract
W W lOIMINU
jiiPleot Superintendent
MISCELLANEOUS
SAML S SHEDD
HUCCIIHSOU TO IIAMILlOy HIIFDI
Dealer la
FineGasFixtures Slate Mantels
Iatrobos Itangirt anil Furnaces
Special attention given to lLUMllfyo AKIl
TiyyiNO listlmates 1uriiMied All Jobbing
nromptly attended to
SAarr s siiiiii
JelO Ct 109 NINTH HTltniyi N011T1IWFST
CLARKS
Tenth and P Streets
ST JULIHN CLAltirr reduced to 30c largo hot-
tie
ST livrilllti CLAHFTi educed to Viand 73c
SW1I1IT CATA WHA 1 per gal or STc per hot
9J WH1SKKY elsewheie yi gal or 75c largo
bottle
JIOCK AND IIYJ pure llyo Whiskey 75c largo
bottle
ClIAMlAOyi CItAllAIILF CIDKltSVi largo
t MIXFI CANAltY SiiI So lurot food 7c
Mocking llhd food 27CJ Canary lllrds 75c
to Meaeh Cages lit Imporleis pi fees
IIOMK DltlOA 1 7 loaves lor iic
MUdAlWnt Whulesalo prices
JAVA coiFIIi llOAsVlil DAILY only Mc
VFUY HKST HIO ltOASTFD DAILY onlyaoc
Mb can Mliss No 1 Mnekorel only nip
Mb can W1UTK1I0NKL1MS CODllSU onlySV
FINll HAVANA 1JAKTAHA CKlAlt tor Oe
FltllVCII llfACIvfNO nnd Dressing tc
KXAMINi OUlt
EDDY REFRIGERATORS
WHITE MOUNTAIN FREEZERS
and FINE PLATED WARE
M W BBVBRIDGB
LATH WKlin A IlKVjnilDOi
IMIOUTFU OF CJtOCKimY AND CHINA
tol3 0t No 10011 lKNNA AVFNUF
PENOERIAN DU8INESS COLLEOE corner
ofSeveuth audi streets n w This lustltu
u luisn progiesslvo and successlm expcrlcnco of
J lOyeurs It educates young men and women lor
nscfulnessandseirsupporl Itgraduatesbecuro
Hltlons of truit and nrnilt Coui no or study mid I rain
ing oomprUcs the Ihigllsh Laiigiingu Jlushiess
Arithmetic MpenoiMlau Frnctleal ieinminshlp
Ilook keeplng by slnglo nnd doublo entry adapt
ed to eveiv vainly of business IIocutlou und
Lectures Day and livening Sessions For In
V tbrnintlou anil terms all at iho College or tuldiess
CaIlKNltY t Sliwiit Irlnelpul aWtf
T r
CEDAR AND PINE COOPERING
Tubs nucleoli ChurnsOval WorkFlower Stands
Ico Cream Octagon mid Hound Treu Tubi Meiw
uresdo ltepiilrlugproiniiiK ntlendel Hotlti
wvslcor of ihtlitliuii i r m AN
The Evenin
RST
SPECIAL NOTICES
LA TOINOESB
is the namn of our new
n KNTCIOAH
It Is the llcst Cigar yet oirered for the money
HICKLKH CALIPOltNIA CIUAH riTOlti
yn 1011 leiinii Avcbet Tenth and Fleventh sts
02TCOIF YOU WANT THE VERY NICEST
fyO llrcudhnyOUIiyKWHOUTlt Ills
Miro to please For sulohy nllflrst chissUroccrs
and wholesale hy
W lLTKNNKYAfsONH
Dealers In Flour Feed Com Oats 1 InyHtriiwtc
CAPITOL MILLS
Jel West Washington I C
uan pride or minneqota flour
jjjj
It Makes tho Whitest and Hn c etcst llrond
Hlil only nt
MiXAULliY DKLLWIOH
209 lpnnsvlvaiila Avcnuo Hast
nnd 11lLWK1 a McUAULliYH
Jail Cor Heconil nnd U streets northeast
V rrsaA h 11UCHANAN
lySJi IILKOTUO JlAOyFTIO llHALlill
Ih prepared to receive patients at yn 003 Penn
sylvania Avenue Itooui 18 corner of Ninth street
invio lf
7C5 Ir YOU WOULD AVOID OHILLD AND
hKU Feyerii Auuciind foyers Dillons Fevers
nndnthor discuses Incident to tlio season tako
DltOWyiNirrlIlITTiitSondyouwlll surely cs
capothem
llItOWyiynH lIFrrFltH have been In tiso for
over twelve ycara and no person wns ever known
to have chills or billons fevers while using these
Hitters For sule by druggists and troceM gencr
ally
iinowNiNo MiiDLiToy
rilOlUUFrOHS SI MAyUTACTUHKHM
010 lennsylvanla Avenue
jftgyTHE CELLULOID TRUS8
Tluit never rusts never breaks never wears out
nhvayit clean and can bo worn while bathing Is
for sale lit CI I AH FIHCIIIUlH 023 Mcvcutli St
northwest Mrs Fischer devotes her attention to
the wants of lady patrons
ajJcoWE RESPECTFULLY INVITn THE LA
KXU dies to call and examlna our tine Import
wi goods
W T HALlVUrf Pharmacist
Cor Feimsylvniiltt live and yinelecnth street
ar
SUBSCRIBERS 1 1
JlKlUTjIMrTiIlTMMl
uiHcovnnYii
And send at once live 3o stamps for sample boxor
91 fornlnricesl7oHx Thocreat demand comlni
from thousands Is iiHtTiin himuaxtk that It Is
meeting tne nkkim ok siikkkiiinii humanity
Uinniiiniii li w r mi
Head or Lungs may be cured hv the llniclv uso of
lKUSTiNS AyTlMOltHIFlO or THIlOATlllid
iuu juMiiiv winch uji purely vegetaiilo dis
covery nml lileasant to the taste Why suffer Ion-
h i -- iiiuiii itniiij vuuii iiiiiiiii
Diphtheria Catarrh Asthma Croup Spitting of
moon w eiiK iungs wnooping cough nay ie
ver lncumonla Hud llreatn lloarseuess lulusy
eto And why not keep It always by Tor tho little
ones ns well as for thu oliler ones Try It and bo
conwiiccii in us woimeriui curing powers win
send uy mull Mention this paper Address
j c DiusTiy a to
mr3 Woodbury llloucester Co y J
FURNACEO RANQES c
Tin plates shetlron work nreplacestovesrnnges
lirnaces repalrisl Tin tooling spouting and all
kinds of tin work promptly attended to Send
your oruer to
It 11 1 110UW
810 Klcventli st n w near lst
VV TOMAOKINNON TOUNTAIN AND NEW
UV2J Dashaway Stub 1ens nlso Cuws Ink
nt Factory Hates by Ocnrgu It Ilerrlck agent
Mncklunoii Feu Co 020 F street detl tf
W nPREDK TREUND CATERER AND CON
2 FlX noNFIl
702 yinth street n w Delicious leo Cream and
straw berries constantly on band iipir
THE WONDERFUL CUR-
Hit WILLIAM HUyrillt yo 1435 yew
York Avenue cures Catarrh Jlronchltls Diseases
of Lungs Liver and Klduejn Dyspepsia yeurul
Km Itheumatlsin laralysls and all Nervous Com-
iilnlnts
Consultation free
mrl g
AUCTION SALES
OUT AT AUCTION
SELLING
Tho entire stock of Drynnil Fancv Ooods must
bo sold nt No 714 HKVljyrir sTJliiT Auc
tion every day conimenelng 10 oclock n m and 7
oclock p m until tho whole stock Is sold loods
at private sale nt prices to suit ynursclf
Jell tf FOtIlY Auctioneer
I
1II03 E WAQOAMAN Ileal F stnto Auction-
ter
TltLVrKKHALi OF UNIMIMtOVKI
KitTY oy scorr stjikut luonoirrowy
II c
lly vlrtuo of a dee of trust dated July 21th lshO
ami duly recorded lu liber yo mil folio 417 or tho
laud records of tho District or Columbia I w 111 of
fer for sain at publlo auction In fiont of tho iirem
IsesonSAUllDAYJliyi Isth lssl at p in
the lot of ground and premises lu Cleorgetown D
C known us lot 11 of llerry and Frys subdivision
or lots I nnd 3 of Ilrowns sulsllvlslon nf part of
tho Slip being vacant ground having ii front on
Scott street of 15 feet by a depth of between so and
K feet
Terms One third cash balance lu one and two
years
THO S 11 WAOOAMAN
Jcscodtds Trustee
LIVERY STABLES
FAiaELEY BRbr
122 21 Klghth Street bet 1 and K n w
Close CurrlngcH for Wcildlngs Calls and Itecep
lions Itoarillng and Livery Stables
A 11 KFYFS J L SMITH
KEYES C CO
Close Carriages for Weddings Calls and Iteeep
tlons Hoarding mid Livery stable Wlllunfs
Hotel Stables corner 11th and K sis
GEO RYNBAL JR
Wholesale and Itctall Dealer In
IAINTrl OIIilWINDOW AND lLATH flLASS
LAMP lOODS iTC A HTISIH1 AND
WAX lLOWIlll MATIIltlATS
No IH Seventh St N Wopp Odil lellowi Hall
Jell d Washington D C
Oliris Ituppert
Nos 403 AND 408 BirVlINTII STltEITT
ltecelved new Novelties In Childrens Outllts
such as Cloaks Dresses Capes etc of various
tlstlo designs and elegant materials Jel3 ct
S A WEBB
Dealer In New and second hand
CLOTHIXU HOOTS SI10KS AND
INO U001W
1124 Seventli st N W Let L and M sts
lentlemen waltisl on nt their residences Jel3 d
wjr
jVntTBKCXEISBlvr
Imiiorter ltectlllernnd Denier lu
VYINIX AND LHlUOItS
010 Fifth Street between I nnd li northwest
KBOPPS SALVE OtTBE
Tin finiLvnwT discovfuy
of tho Ago for dwellings lllw llono Felons Neu
ralgia Hums Itheuuuitlsiii Ulcerations Kryslpe
his Corns and Hindoos Ask for Uronps Salvo
Cure nnd take no other For sale wbolisalo and
retail by 0 Chrlstlanl -hi lciinsylvunlu avenue
All Druggists sell It
COOK BST C3 SI
Less Trouble than any other Fuel Morn ICirecllv0
than any other Fuel Cheaper than any other 1 uel
Stoves of tho Cell brutod SUN DIAL pattern for
salo or for rent at tho Ollleo of thn Washington
Ins Light Company 411 nud 413 Tenth st u w
DBIVEOISrOEOT Os CO
Importers or HUMAN HAIll AND IFUFUM
UltlliS iJidles and dents Italrwork leady iuado
and to order JCau do lululuo Instantaneous Hair
Dye Ostrich Feathers IreparedDyediind Curleil
Tniuiiostconipli to business of the Kind tldssldo
of New York 010 Ninth st opp U S lut Olf
IOOKI LOOICI LOOK
TldityDIITerent Colois ntlUDY MIXKI
FAINTO cull bo found at
LEVYS
1000 Seventh street bet N Yavenuo and L nf
Ciillaiidetanilnosaiiipliis Also Agent lor IMato
and Looking llasn Flutes
T MUKPHY 623 Q street n w
Frnctlcul horseshoer has a full knowledge or tho
strucliiio and formation of Iho horsos leet and
with an experience or thirty yeius In lioiseshoelug
lioguaruntees to euro all diseases onho foot freo of
chargo di20 g
A CKKH IV CO Stnuo
MX wip
tmliw nnptn Tnrlll
ItllVlt VHIIl
pltol audi streets havo lust received a
emgoof hulldllig miirblo trom Vermont sawed
Into steps sills slabs to to suit tho trade nud so
licit tho patronage of builders This inarblo will
bo sold nt about half tho prlco usually charged fur
Biich niuteilal Liberal discount to trade
New nnd Soconcl Hnnd Furnlturo
HOUCIHT AND SOU VT
I3H i 1 jell
THE DEPARTMENTS
Government kkceipth to tlnv Iiitcrnnl
revenue J3a2dT cttstunis TJ2J80
Gkn Sherman wlio 1ms been spcikIIiik
il few ilnyn in Jltirlcttn 1n linn rctttrneil to
tins city
Tin lltlwtiHXT liai recocnlcil
ilcrSpnmt as Ilritish vlcu consul at Wil
mington K C
JniMlDENT OAltriEMi In letter to Con-
Kressninn Alilrlcli stntcs tluit ho will not lio
ublo tn visit Newport In July
Mil H T OltosiiY Chief Clcik nf tlio
Wnr Driiurtiueut who lins been In New
Yoik font few iluys returned to itay
Jlm work of tho eoininltteo on ieotjanli
tlon of tho Post OMco Dcimrtmcnt is nearly
completeil Important changes will bo
recommended
CoMMiHiinNiiit or Ienhionh Dudley will
nrilvo hero nbotit July 1 nnd Comtuksloncr
o thu tlcnentl Land Ollleo SIcHtrland will
arrlvo next Monday
Two lady clerkH will bo dlsclmrged fiom
tho QiiiirlcruiiMlcr floucnilii Ollleo on tho
lstprox This Is about tho uxtent of tho
lianges that havo been so initch talkcd
ftbout
TiiiiAHUiiKit Iilfilian to day received
an tulditiiiti of to tho cousclcueo ftttid
It yas imstmarkcd ICIvingtbn but whether
tho ono In Maine or Connecticut could not
bo ascertained
The receipts of national bank notes for
redemption for tho weekending to day were
51021000 against 2M 1000 for tho corro
snondtni week of last year To days re
ceipts were 217000
Okoihii H White a wounded Union
soldier has been appointed a messenger In
tho Qitartennastcr Generaro olUc vlco
Thomas O Street tho messenger who
eloped with another mans wife
llHPOHTrf received at tlio Bureau of In
ternal Itcvcnuo show that there has hcen
an Incrcaso of 117lt71Hn tho assessments
upon linuksnudbaukersothcrthan National
In tho Second district of New York city
during tho last year
Chiei Knciineeh Aliiekt SUiiekni U
S N who was recently detached as a mem
ber of tho board at lhllndelphla to examine
engineer ollieers for promotion arrived hcio
this week with his family and is visiting
his brother-in-law J V Olmstcad esq
Siinatou Don Cameron has secured an
appointment lu tho ollleo of tho Secretary of
tho Navy for Mr lctcrs tho unsuccessful
caniiuiato lor city treasurer oi Jlarrislitirg
Mr Zclglcr who resigned to malco this ap
pointment possible will receive a position
in tho Government Printing Ollleo
An unprecedented incrcaso in thu uso of
red onu ecnt and Who two cent stamps Is re
ported at the Post Oillco Department The
Incrcaso is attributed to tho now wrinkle
with tho ladles who havo adopted tho
scheme of using ono of each of the abovo
denominated stamps on letters instead of
three cent stamps considering It fashion
able Tho new crazo is not appreciated by
tho clerks who havo to cancel tlio stamps
Mom money has been allotted for work
at the Washington Navy yard for tho coming
llscal year than at any other in tho United
States except tluit at Maro Island Califor
nia wheio several vessels are to bo com
pleted for sea Ono of tho ves ls is tlio
sloop-of-war Iroquois Tho completion of
tho latter was decided upon beforo Mr
Lorillards horse began hishcrics of victories
on land Another vessel to bo completed is
tho sloop Mohican Does any ono own a
fast horso of that name
Tin U S steamer Quiuuebaug which ar
rived at tho Lower Hay New York last
week from Europe will after receiving her
relief complement of ollieers nnd men bo
temporarily attached to tho North Atlantic
squadron until after tho Yorktown Cen
tennial ceremonies beforo returning to tho
European squadron It is now thought that
Commander Silas Casey will remain in com
mand of tho vessel Chief Engineer Albert
S irecno will probably bo ordered to the
Qitimiclmug
Conthacts weru awarded at tho
Department to day as follows For
wrapping paper Cleorgo A Whlttaker
Washington 1 Cjuto twine l II Smith
New York hemp twine ItAItobblnsNow
York cotton twine Gould leareo Co
Cincinnati Ohio Balances and scales Fair-
banks Co Now York making stumps
Benjamin Chambers Washington I C
wrappers for tlio Juntnl liihle Houghton
Milan Co lioston Mass Tho prices were
all lower than last year
Applicants ron Skcoxd Lieutenan
cies Tho fteqttent applications for ap
pointment tn tho position of second lieu
tenant in tho army havo made it ne
cessary for Adjutant flcueral Drum to
issue a circular letter for tho information of
tliono concerned covering all tho laws gov
erning appointments to that grado In tho
iiuny Under tho laws cited all appoint
ments to fill vacancies In that grado nio
mado from four classes and in tho following
order 1 From tho graduating class of
each year at tlio Military Academy 2
From lueiitorlousiiim cominissloued ollieers
of tho army II From legular graduates of
tho Military Academy who have been hon
orably discharged from tho service -I From
civil life Tho first tluoo clashes being
moie than Milllclciit to 1111 tho vacancies oc
curring in thu army from year to year tho
success of an applicant from civil life is
except by reason of extraonllnary and un
foreseen contingencies impossible Tho
circular is published by order of tho Socio
tary of War
Tin ktatements thattho Secretary of
tho Interior and other members of tho Cabi
net uro puzzled over the conduct of Com
missioner of Itailroads French aro coriect
Mr French is now on tlio lneillo coast Ho
was sent out thcro to iuvestigato tho finan
cial condition of tho Central Pacific road
which corpotatiou ho has for over a year
claimed was directing Its earnings to tho
detriment of tho Government and was de
termined to bring it to book Last winter
too ho wroto a letter to Congiess charging
that tho Central Pacific was evading tho
provision of tho Thurmnu act which io
qiihcd that 25 per cent of its net earnings
should bo deposited lu tho Ticasnry to ue
cumulato a fund to secttro tho Government
tho repayment of moneys advanced and
that ho believed lu subjtaneo that tho di
rectors of tho Central Pacific had themselves
nppioprlatcd tho inonoy duo tho Govern
ment Cii statements fiom Auditor
Fiencli tho Attornoy Uencral Instituted
suit for an injunction to pruvent
tho Central Pacific fiom declaring tv divi
dend out of tho next earnings until further
investigation It seems now that French
has wilttena letter to thopresldent of tlio
Central Pacific road traversing till tho es
sential positions which ho Ficnch took
boforo Congress Secrctaiy Kiikwood has
referred the matter to Assistant Attotnoy
Gcucral McCrtinmon who had an interview
with Attorney Gencial MaeYcagh on tho
subject to day
It
WASHINGTON D 0 SATURDAY JUNE 18 1881
PERSONAL
Senator Feiiiiv of Michigan has fully
recovered his health
Lx Mayoh Jacoiis of Cincinnati Is a
guest at tho MctroiHilitiui
CoNOItERHMAN CAIIEIL of tllO DlllvlHc
Vn district Is in tlio city
Tin Dttko of Suthcrlnnd and party ar
rived at Denver last Wednesday night
Captain IIexhy WHowoate formerly
of tho Signal Service left Sail Francisco yui
terday for Washington
Mil Haves Is not quite out of tho ling
after all Ho has been nominated for re
election us a trustee of Kcnyon College
Tin old reliable New Jersey sea serpent
has turned up again and thu Now York pa
pers aro telling about what It looks like
Gov Hovt of Pennsylvania has been
honored by an LL D to tho end of his
name conferred by tlio university of that
state
COSOIIISSMAN TlIOMAH M IlAYNE of
tlio Pennsylvania district is in tho city
looking after tho interests of his constit
uents
Tm Kino op Xaniuui is an Imperial
elephant Ho travels with four hundred
trunks and It is death to any baggage-master
that smashes one
Im author of tlio effusion in tho poets
corner of tho Xnliuiml JcimblicaitYiU morn
ing Is not named Hut then Clarence Bar
ton Is proverbially modest
Mit Aaiion HitADsiiAW a popularyoiing
gentleman of this city left for Colorado yes
terday on prlvatu business He will bogono
for about threo or four weeks
Tho Louisville Conricr Jiiunial Btates that
more whisky will he manufactured in Ken
tucky this season than over before Tho
outlook for Mr Wattcrsou Is certainly a
very pleasing one
PAymasthu Gioimi f Deerino U S
N will leavo next week for duty on tho
U H S Qiilnuchaug Mrs Deeringnndher
littlo girl will spend tho summer on tho
coast of Maine nnd go to Europo In tho fall
A LADY tOllllllOXIIENT of llll
tivu turn nf mind who wishes to bo a jour
nalist writes tousaudtimdlyluquresDo
tho newspaper corps of tho country em
brace many ladlesV Well we should
smile
AccordIXO to tho Boston Voil thosliiewd
young man when ho stmts for a summer
icsort always puts by a lot of choice Hit
vanas for tlio hotel clerk and tho result is
that thu astute youth is intiodiiccd to the
prettiest iglrl
Col Tas S CllAMlilins who for tho past
flvo or six months has been nblv hnldiiur un
tho Washington end of tho Philadelphia
lleeortlr left for tho QuukorCity to day Tho
Cilonel did soino good work for his paper
last winter
Dlt Toruensen Itepublleau member of
Congiess from Petersburg left this morning
for his lioine His visit hero was in connec
tion with tho Itepublleau delegation from
Virginia Jorgensen fiom tliooutsct of tho
attempted coalition between tho Malionites
and tho Iicpublicans in that State has op
posed tho movement
Departure ok the President and
His Family Tlio PrcsldentandMrs Gar
field left lu a special cur of the limited ex
press of tho Haltimoio and Potomao llall
nud at oclock this morning for Long
Branch They were accompanied by Miss
Mollio Garfield -Master Irvln Garfield Mas
ter Abram Garfield Col Ifockwell and Dr
and Mrs Boyuton A short stop will be
mado ip Philadelphia They expect to
i each Long Branch at fl oclock this even
ing Quarters havo been secured at the
Elberon Hotel Tho President will prob
ably leturn to this city tho latter part of
next wccK Ills movements However will
depend entirely upon tho state of Mrs Gar
fields health Tho trip win made upon the
advlco of Dr lloynton who thinks tho
bracing sea breezes will bo veiy beneficial
to Mrs Gaiileld She and tho rest of tho
party with tho exception of tho President
will remain at Long Brunch at least a month
Tho President will attend tho commence
ment of Williams College Wllllamstoivn
Mass on the id and otli of July He
will bo attended by several members of bis
Cabinet and by his two oldest sons Henry
and James Garfield who aro to cuter that
collego at tho next term It is hatdly
probable that tho President will tako up
Ills summer rcsldcnco at tho Soldiers Homo
until his return from Massachusetts The
Presidential Mansion at the home is in lcudl
ncvs for him to tako possession nt any time
Tho President and party aro expected to
visit Mrs Mark Hopkins at Harrington
Vt on tlielr way to Williams College
ThhChariies Aoainst JIr Nimmo of
the Statistical Bureau A few days
ago a small delegation headed by Mr
I licks appeared beforo Secretary Wiudoiu
and Hindu charges against Mr Nimmo
chief of thu Buteau of Statistics to tho
olivet that ho had failed to account for the
uppiopriutlim of 18000 for internal com
merce and had attached tho liaiuo of a
messenger named Hutton to a voucher
after ho had died Tho Seeictary said lie
did not put much faith in tho charges but
asked that they bo reduced to writing Tlio
Secretary it very well informed in rogudto
tho upprnpiiatlnu lefeired to as ho was tho
fithcr of tho bill in tho Senate As to Mr
NImmos account of Its disbursement his
report has been in tho hands of tlio Govern
ment Printer ever bIhco May but has not
been reached yet Tho truth as to tho Hut
ton matter Is that while ho was sick In tho
early put of last September ho asked and
obtiiiued an advanco of fifty dollars fiom tho
disbursing clerk Mr OConnell signing a
voucher for that amount which voucher Is
now in tho hands of tho disbursing olllcer
of tho Treasury Ho died on thu 2ird of
last mouth and it was found tluit ho hail
been over paid leu dollars and eighty seven
cents which amount was at oneu mado good
by Mr OConnell who was also a loer of sev
eral small loans by his death Mr J Weed
Carey Is Mild to bo at the bottom of tho fight
against Mr Nimmo Ho was fonncrly a
clerk in tho Bureau of Statistics hut was
transferred to the Third Attdltiirs Ollleo on
tho 1st Instant In tho interest of harmony
Tin Star Bouti Cases A repoiter of
The Critic ran against Col Win A Cook
this afternoon nnd questioned hhn as to his
knowledge of affairs lu general As far as
employment as npeclal attorney lu tho star
routo eases is concerned ho said that ho was
now engaged in tlio examination of tho re
cord evidence and that If tho present term
of tlio Criminal Court was not about to
eloso ho would bo ablo to bring nil tho stnr
routo cases beforo tho grand jury at once as
It Is ho docs not think that these matters
will bo brought up for judicial examination
befoio September next
Col Ferdinand F IEemple of Logan
0has declined with thanks tho consulate
at St Galle Switzerland tendoied him by
tho Pi evident
8 STiii proprietor of tho Lyon Hottso is re
joicing over tlio gift of n baby alligator
Tin plans for tho Improvements of tho
Lincoln monument noticed in yesteidays
Critic havo been finished and an ojtlmuta
of tho cost of tho proposed changes will bo
promptly made
Duu rs on London Dublin nnd Iail at
II D Cook Jr ec Cos WX F Bt
Critic
In
GRANT IH NEW YORK
Ihirly oimiiltutloii Willi
lliimiil OtlivrMiiilunrlN
New York Juno 18 General Grant
reached hero yesterday and took rooms at
tho Fifth Avcnuo Hotel In the afternoon
ho called on Senntor Jones of Nevada In
tho early evening ex Senators Coukllng and
Piatt Vlco Presldent Aithur Orslul E
Jones and u number of tho Stalwart mem
ber of tho Legislature arrived from Al
bany and later called nn tho General Tho
Itov Dr Newman Barney Blglin A B
Johnson of Utlea und a few others nlso
wero in nttenilancc lcncril Grant anil ex
Coukllng i
back to Washington Ho talked very bit-
lenyoi tlio treatment he and his friends
had been subjected to by tho Administra
tion Of tho offices filled In this Stato by
President Garfield only about four fifths
of them havo gone to tho Grant men and
tho General thought that not even the other
fifth should havo been filled In opposition
tn tho wishes of tho two Senators fiom the
State Ho said ho did not expect to go to
Albany and did not think his presence
tliero would hasten tho election or Messrs
Coukllng nnd Piatt
A MiiNsucIiiisollH llii ii Invented In
tolo ritilo
Colorado Sprinos Juno 18 William
II Canby of Salisbury Massachusetts
was privately executed hero yester
day afternoon Ho passed a wake
ful night protesting his Innocence to
his attendant and declared that ho would
never allow himself to perish at tho end of
u rone Ho said that tho law as carried out
In this Stato was u mockery and n farce Ho
cursed tho newspapers for tho publicity they
had given his crime Subsequently hu said
with many oaths that ho had no four of
death A rumor was spread that a rescue
would bo attempted but nothing cnue of it
for tho reason that tho jail by order of
hberlll rearing was well guarded Tho
ers havo now hud tinder consideration tho
main fiicts as to tho effect of a now ucneral
tarilland thu modifications tho enl m
niKsionors aiu authorized to propose
principal trades iiitcrestvil and tin
ras
TWO CENTS
WESTERN DESPERADOES
IMhIiiI In Iho HI recti Nolo
lions ItiMiiI AireiilN Oipluicil A
Actor NHol
Denver Col Juno 18 A Tribmir Ko
koino special says Yesterday afternoon
ono Diggings a well known desperado and
Phil Foote ex marshal of Kokoiuo being
Intoxicated began firing revolvers at ran
dom Shortly thereafter meeting Mayor
Doncastcr of liaeenc Diggings fired at him
tlio shot just grazing his head Policeman
Brown ordeicd them to bo unlet and wius
shot and dangerously wounded by Diggings
Tho desperadoes then fled to Itaeeuca small
Senator Coukllng held along consultation vlllagii in tho suburbs of Kokomo and prc
last night presumably nn tho question of paicd for resistance Tho marshal and posso
tho Senatorship Tho General was verv I pursued and after wounding Hlgglngs In
outspoken to his friends on tho subject u face captured him nnd loote J hey
saying that this State would bu disgraced if wero taken to Lendvlllo to prevent citizens
ex Senators and Plattaro not sent H lynching them Theru win much ex
citement over tlio allalr
A Ycir special says John O Hani de
liberately shot a Swcdo named Isaacson at
Park City a day or two ago since Tho vic
tim it Is said will die Tho murderer es
caped
An Albuqueiquo special says CharleH
Allison Lewis Perkins and Henry Falls
tho notorious load agents wero Inveigled In
it Hvcry stublo tn iluy where they were Im
mediately covered by twenty revolvers ami
captured by men who were secreted in thu
stable for tho purpose There is a rewind
of 1000 for Allison and 0O for each of
lie otheis
Albert and Itoso Cnnz who wero sen
tenced to bo huugat Leadvillo to duy havo
been respited to July 21
Leadviiie Col Juno IS Tho Cirnui
ccsays Last evening ox Alderniau John
McConib shot and probably fatally wounded
Jas McDonald a well known variety actor
MeCombs buggy was hitched beforo tho
house when McDonald requested and ho
claims received permission to tako soino
children riding Ho put several children In
tho buggy ami drove around thu block On
his leturn McConib was lu a rage and re
gardless of tho children fired twice ono ball
striking McDonald in the head McConib
has been active in politics having been u
promlucHtcanillilato lor lieutenant governor
Colorado Springs lasettr mid thocoudcinned and innyorj and hist spring was beforo tho
man wns much allected by the death of Pall people as a nominee for city treasurer
in Deliver Ho met his fato with courage
T I lliRiidn ii Hie ScliuylUIII
llic Aiih li1 reiicli omiiicrclitl font- pHILAIluHiAIunol8 ArecnttawhicIi
-- i i
rnvnnv fttiti 1M Tim rii On
vof flV 11
I which met
Civilizing tlio Indians
Carlisle Pa Juno Vrf Twenty llvo
Indian gills and boys fiom tho Carlisle
training schooll left this morning fur the
Delawaio valley Bucks County to bo
placed on farms mostly among tho Friends
luring vacation Twenty mora left for
summer houses and farmhouses near
Bloonisburg Others find places in the
Cumberland valley In all over a hundred
nie to bo given the advantages offitnilifo
nud labor among tho whites which proves to
be one of tho best civlliers yet
onvlctcil of Murder
Monticello N Y Juno 18 A vcidlct of
murder in tho second degree was rendered
in thcGcrhurdt murder case to day Tho
prisoner was sentenced to the penitentiary
for life at hard labor Tho verdict gives
satisfaction tho popular feeling being very
bitter against Gcrhardt
Our lIiit Wiih Xot There
New York Juno 18 Flvo steamers left
this port for Europe to day All go crowded
witli American passengers mid loaded with
American products but not ono files tho
American liag
Jlohllu mid Ohio
FINANCfAL
To iIujh Sloil liitiitloiis
Tho following observations of tlio trans
actions in tlio financial market to day to
gether with opening and closing quotations
mo furnished by tho banking linuso or H
I Cooke Jr Co 1130 F street Warning
tou D C
Namk ok iSrotK
American District
O
V li li 1 1
niiiidu ISoutherii
Lhlcimo HurlhiKtoii and 1
0 11 A I O
Chesapeake nud Ohio
Chleiwo St Fiuil M 1 O
d prcfcrnsl
Central Fuillle
Chlciujo HI Inils t N 0
Del Ijickawiiuna ft V
Dcluwiironnd Hudson
Denver and ltlo Irunile
Frle
do preferred
Iliinnlluil und Hi Joe
do preferrisl
Houston and Timh
Illinois Central
Iron Mountain
Liiltii Khore
Louisville and Nnshvllle
LukeFrle unit WcUcrn
Mkliknn Central
Morris mid lUsex
Missouri Iuilllc
Missouri Kansas Texas
Manliiittmi Elevated
Mutrojiollliiu Flovuteil
New Sork Flevnted
New York Central
Northwestern
do preferrisl
New Jersey Central
yiishvllloiiud Cliuttiiuooii
Northern luclllc -
do piefcrred
yorlhlk nnd Western pref
Ohio Central
Ohio find Mlsslsslpl
Ontario and Western
latllliiMull
si I Alton and T I
m l mii
do prelcrrtd
Sun lrnnclsco
do preferrisl
Texas luclllc
Union luclllc
Wisilerii Union
do extended
WuhiishKt L and luclllc
do preferrisl
1IVN11 HrlTJMKXT
Loans decreaso
Sowle decrease
Circulation Increase
Deposit ihsreose
liKiil lender decrease
currency necrcose
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Tlio business to day has been moderate
In amount nud tho general market has been
steady to strong Among tho specialties 11
6 T shows an advanco for tho day of about
7 per cent Money has been easy at 1 per
cent Tlio bank statement shows u decreaso
in tho leservo of about 800000 Govern
ment bonds are quiet and strong
Tlio IlllLcls
New York Juno 18 Tho stock inaiket
opened Koucinlly firm and lu many instances
at ait advance on tho closing quotations of
yestotiliiy Houston anil Texas was tho
great featuto of tho dealings and roso 8 nei
cent to 102 Tho general list advanced a
fraction but subsequently most of tho Im
provement was lost Mniihattan Elovated
declined I and Metropolitan Elevated 2ipcr
cent
London Juno 18 Bonds Is 21 j A nnd
GW is 111 i do 2s 23J Kilo 18 Now
York Central 150 j Illinois Central 111J
Pennsylvania Central 07S Heading 20
New York Ontario and Western 37J
i f u Oii
Pue Moml vy t i O K
s uunnliiig iiiucii aitciuioii luivcs imiiiu
nJillntbU I Schuylkill this afternoon tlio first
nini iiw i -
II i im n 1S Tflral t mid another set or
htnwcr
J no SIA OillCl IMIliU tuti vvni Will lU VI it
fined to clubs rowing in working barges
A protest having been filed by tho
I vania and Yespor eicws against the intto
on tlio I iRtim of mcing barges by thecollegomeii
their con 1 uml it mvK CM decided by a voto
four of thu
last night in
navy board
tho Colonado
hotel that such barges should not bo al
lowed to start in tho tegatta to day tho
cight oaied shell nice between tho Collego
and descent clubs has been deehucd oil
tho latter declining to row their five hundred-pound
boat in competition with that
of tho Collego Club which only weighs
about half that amount
Inlnl Implosion on a Mnr Ntcnmer
London Jiino 18 A dispatch fiom Gn
lette Tunis to Iteuters Telegram Company
says An explorion occurred on Imard her
Majestys iroii chtd steamer Mouarcli whilo
lireparatioiis wero being mado for torpedo
practice An olllcer was killed and several
injured
Hlvlileiul Iloclarcil
Colorado Spinos Juno 18 The Den
ver Colorado railroad has declared a divi
dend nf oiic hulf per cent payable July 11
Tlio Treasury Investigation
The Secretary of the Treasury has abol
ished tho ollleo of custodian of tlio Tieas
n ry building heretofore held by Mr O L
Pitney us upon full consideration or tho
law there is a doubt as to tho existence or
sufficient authority for its further continu
ance
Mr Pltneys services ccaso from tills date
Tho duties of tlio ollleo will hereafter lio
performed under tho immediate direction of
tho chief clerk of tho Treasury Depart
ment as provided by sections 2IK5 210 anil
211 Revised Statutes Mr J D Power has
always acted as custodian in tho absence of
Mr Pitney By direction of tho Pcero
lary Chief Clerk Power is preparing
detailed regulations for tlio Ilituro
management of tho business of that
office Their preparation will requlru
several days It Is said that ono Item of
expense in tho custodians account which
somewhat astonished tlio investigators was
for a doen overcoats iiurcluised as desk
covers Another wns of forty boxes or can
dles presontid in a lunch bill Still another
was of 2000 Tor waste paper and so they
run It is doubtful whether any of theso
expendltuics can ho recovered but after
this shaking up It may bo depended upon
that no such items will bo charged to tho
Government for bomo tiino to come Other
removals aio expected to follow Pitneys as
fast as suspicions of complicity in the lar
cenies can bo confirmed
Sicretary Windom to day staled that theio
was nothing whatever in tlio report of tho
Tiensury investigating committee that could
bo construed Into a reflection on Mr Co
laugh captain of tho Watch Chief Clerk
Power has prepaied a plan for tho leconst ruc
tion of tlvp custodians olllcc Thooldplau
assorting waste paper of which -Mr Stephin
1 Skecli was In charge and under
which six females wero employed has
been discontinued and tho force dis
missed Hereafter persons buying tho
waste paper will havo to pay for Its assort
ment -Mr Daniel G Hutch storekeeper
in tlio custodians oflice has been fully vin
dicated by tho report of tho committee and
will It Is understood receive a promotion
Ono of tho fruits of tho recent investiga
tion is the publication or an advertisement
invitingproposals for supplies to tho Treas
ury Department It will thus bo been that
tho department proposes to invito full and
frco competition in such mutters
in tho future Tho statement that
tlio Secretary of the Ticasmy had approved
tho report of tlio committee recommending
that tho carpet contracts bo awarded to W
B Moses and C W Hayes was premature
Tho Secretary has not yet acted on tlio 10
port There wero no further changes In tho
custodians ollleo to day It is moio than
probable that tho duties herctofoio
devolving on tho custodian will bo trans
ferred to tho Supervising Architect Tlio
chief clerk is said to favor such action It
will probably bo dono on Monday
An adjourned meeting or tho alumni as
sociation of Georgetown University will bo
held nt Gonzaga Hall F street near Ninth
on Monday next A full attendance of tho
graduates or tho university Is expected
The Church bcrvicw in all or our relig
ious circles will fiom this week throughout
tho summer bo brief as hot weather and
religion dont mix Thero is nn antagonism
existent between tho two licnco tho idea of
Hades
TihTmas II PD0L7T nti agodaud partly
liisjiuo man was found wandering nbout
tho stiects having escaped from tho euro of
hi- peepers Ho was snfelv causl for and
relumed to hi liicmK who li ide it 0
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