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Thirteenth Year No 3954
AMUSEMENTS
The SoMetzen Pest
win in costinui to day u
RIVERS BUMMER OAUDDN CONCERTS
B WW nil 1111 liiiiin Avenue
ATTllACTIONH TIII8 WKtttCt
MISS IILLKNA TAYLOlti Contrnlto
Tin iiAiTiMom QUAiiTnrn
Mil VM JAIXIMt Cornet Soloist
BndllelctItatvljB
No clinriio for mlniltlniice
s
UMMSn THEATRE COMIQUE
Molality Juno
Jo 10
7 Nightly nnil Tucituy nml Friday
uniincc
I Anotlicr llrllllnnt lingnnement
llrst nppcaninco of Mr Hi miuulex foster In
MilsOrenllJriiiimcnlltlcU TACK ItAltlvAYVAY
AlLOAT AND AHUOlli Our new Hpcilnlty
r
Corps llnrrynmlllunie Minnie lnrrell Molllo
Jlnrry Iila OporKPlInrry Mullen Mlnnlo Clinpln
llonnrilniidSntuininl Ac Jnke llmlil nntl Julin
llnblnsoiiln tlio Comic Hkctcli Tin OYSjrrlt
JiAIiit lrlilay night July I benefit or Iter
niinilcr lostir Ira
A1
BHERS SUMMER OARDCN
AN ATTHACTIVi8UMMiit HIiOIlT
ovux ron Tin siuhox
A Superior Orchestra mppllcs exquisite music
i nml the lliiest refreshments nro served In Ilist cluss
t
style
W12 CATER TO Tlti MILLION
EXCURSIONS
i RAND EXCURSION TO PINEY POINT
stiamku ionai liahy
MONDAY JULY I ISM
Steamer leaves her wlwrf nil n m sharp re
turning nt 11 p m
staterooms for null- nt Drews DniK Store cor
Ninth anil lennn uc
Tlckets llentlcninn Sli Children M els
RBOATTA AT RICHMOND VA
GRAND EXCURSION TO ItlCIIMOND VA
Irom Sixth street Depot
01 TUESDAY JULY 1881
Under the auspices of Calumblit Conclnvo No 11
Improved Order of lleptasophs
to the Grand Hon lug Match Oar hont clubs wilt
pnrtlclputcln nice
Train will leavont 810 a in lure Si TO Itound
Trip Including ntlmtsslon to covered grnnil stiintf
Tickets limited In number Tickets sold lit depot
on morning of excursion Alio by member of
Conclave nndby AbiahnmsifcCo mnnagcrn 4IIT
lennn n e any ilnv nfter Juno 27 JS 7t
PALLS AND MOUNT VIHINON
OCCOOUAN Tho steamer MAIIY WASH
INOTONwIllmnkoexcurHloii trips tnOCCOdUAN
FAMfl every SUNDAY MONDAY WKDNKS
DAY nnd PllIDAY leaving Hevcnlli strectwluirf
nt 1 it m Stimuli s nt U30 n in re turniniint 7 n in
rare round trip Hcriit lor MOUNT VIIHNON
SlIUNCW every SATUltDAY Steamer leaven
her harf at U it in returning nt 4 p in Fare 10
cents Dancing do n mid back on all trips except
tjundnjx This boat Mill ho chartered nt reason
able rates US ItANllATli Mlllllliror ItCMm
SUMMER RESORTS
Fauquier White Sulphur Springs
HOTEL
This favorite resort v 111 bo OPKNIU JUNi 1st
and Closed October 10th Information as to rooms
and termsof board mav be obtained until Juno 1st
at the National Hotel Washington litter Juno 1st
at 1aunuler Sprints Vii
TUNNY CO Proprietors
COTTAGE KCILIj
Formerly COTTAGE HILL COLLEGIA First
class Hoard Springs and beautifully shaded
grounds elegant boating and llshliu Apply to
A LiKiiiiu X Co lor terms
my2fld York County Pa
RATS AND UMBRELLAS
HELMETS HAMMOCKS
Helmets for military and citizens wear at all prices
SOLAlt HATS H0IAU HELMETS
WILLBTT c KTTOJP3P3
1101 riNNSVLVANTA AVE Jeil
100 TwiUed Silk Umbrellas
200 t30 AND W10
JUST OPENED
STINEMETZS HAT STORE
1237rENNA AVE next to cornth street
JOHN BOQEBS
Manufuctnrer and Hcpalrer of
SUN UMBRELLAS PARASOLS
aplG e 013 D street northwest
HARDWARE
SAML
613 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
Calls the attention ofthontovo trado and builders
to n new and dcslrablo rcRlstcr at u low price
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
A IjBTT jvn oabds
AT
Mccreary mcclellands
024 SEVENTH HTllEET N W
The Revised New Testament
In nil sizes of typo and styles of binding Is now
ready and lor sale by
0 0 PUESELL Bookseller 422 9th St
NEW STOCI
Established 11 11
I Latest Designs VA
JUhTltEUElVEU
ALL lAlEUS
Tlffiiny Murls Dresser anil Others Solo AKent
for lliiltncrs EiikIIsIi Decorative Gilt mid lrcseoo
WALL PAPEIl Window Similes Mattings ac
Je2i W V CLAltK 1111 V St Noithwcst
BUSINESS COLLEGE comer
SPENCERIAN n w This Institu
tion has n progjesslv e and sucifHsfnl exiierleuec of
lOyenrs ItcdnTilcs jonng men and women for
useAilueKsniHlHelf supnort Itgnidiintcsscciiro po
sitions of trust ii ml pmllt Course of study and train
Ink comprises tliu English Ijili iitKC Iliislucss
Ailthmctle Speiicerlau lriicllenl lVnmaiislilp
Hook keeping 0y slngl and dnublo t ntryl ndnpl
ed to every Miilety of business Elocutfon mid
Lectures Day and Evening Sessions Tnr In
formnilnu and tei mn eull at the College or address
HENllYCSlENOEIt Principal uMC
T W MURPHY G23 G utreet n w
rriictlealhoiseslioer liafiii full Kiiowleilao of tho
htrncturo nml lormatlon of tho horses ieet and
with an expirlencu of thirty j ears In hoiseshoclug
lieKiiaranlees to euro nil diseases of ilia loot fi eo of
cluirge dCM g
A CKiit A CO Stoim Dealers corner North
JX Cnpltol and E streets havo just recehisl n
enrgool liulldlng uiarblo fiom Vermont sawed
Intustips sills BliilH to to suit tho trade and so
licit tliopalioimgoof bullderi Tills nun bio will
bo sold at about half tho price usually rharged fur
Mich material Ilbeial discount to mule
ARTHUK B SMITH
UKiin IN
wood isrx COAL
Oil NEWYOUK AVE Washlnston C JelStI
DEMONGEOT Se CO
Importers of HUSLVN HAIIt AND PEltrUM
Eltll Ijidles and Gents Ilalruork ready inailo
nil to order 1 Mil do Quinine Instantaneous 1 lair
D e Ostrich lcathers PrcimrcdUyed and Curb d
Tlio most complete business of tho Kind thlssldo
of New York 010 Ninth M ppp U S Pat Oil
FIRE WORKS
FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY
WH0L1WALE AND I1ETAIL
Largest Assortment of llro Works Crackers
Pistols 1hiKS and iJinterus ever shown In tho
District and at Lowest Prices
B J BEHREND
818 SEVENTH STItEET Jlet It and I
Wholesale Dealer lit lnncy Goods Hosiery No-
tlons Lncj Ac lelVUt
S N MEYER
033 SEVENTH SP N W llET I AND K
Headipiurtersfor
GILT SILVER TRIMMINGS
ItEfiUIAS AND IIADOI8
MadotoJ Ijj
iks c
SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFICE OF COLLECTOR OF TAXES
Lllttl Jill 1 Hr LlllUlllll A
l AH1IINOTCIX juiieuf 1SSI
NoTica All owners or keepers of Mokh In tho
District of Columbia oro ben by notlfleil that tlio
yearly tax Imposed bv net of ConarcRs on all dogs
owned or kept In said District will bo due and pay
able on July 1 18HI Upon pnjment of snld tax
tugs will be Issued as prnUdod In wild act lly or
der of the Commissioners D C
JOHN V COOIv
JegMlt Collector of Tuxes Dlst nf Columbia
fl 1
PROF JOHN C COLLINS
II I I Ll I 1V1 r
iii K icsiiiin ill niY j tiw1 in i
new anil seiemiuc principle tiauy ai mo ivasning
ton Gymnasium corner Sixth nml O streets north
w est
TEltMS MODEItATi
Sallsfiictloii uitnrnnletsl or no pay Private Les
sons nt his residence Oil Second street n w Ji2hl
wk rpaOnnAT DAnOAINS
TItUNKS AND HAllNESM
Tho lnrgest assort inent In tho city of lino quality
Lndlcs Dicss Solo LeatherH rolloZlnc and Pack
lug Trunks Ladles and Mens Sntehels and Trav
eling Hags Poiketbooks Shaw 1 btrups etc ut the
established manufactory of
K KNEESSI
ISJ SEVlNTl t ST NW opp Odd Killows 1 lull
Orcr ISO Different Strlis nml hires of Trunks on
liand
ItrPAintNG Trunks lings and Iliirnesn lle
polred promptly nnd thoroughly at low rates by
ilrst class workmen JeiUo
B
tin noors
DAMAGED 11 Y
THE STOBM
Of last evening repaired and painted on short
notice
EDWAltD CAVEIILY i CO
14i1 New York Avenue
Wnshlngton JunoM JcM 3t
fv eoMRS DR A nULL
CLAIIIVOYANT and TEST MEDIUM
Can ho eonsultislnt 1311 17th st northwest Hours
II to 12 n m and from 4 to 8 p ill lcH ld
J8S5
SODA WATER O CENTS
GltANULATEI IU1
WM It ENTWISLES PHAIIMACY
Corner Twelfth Strctt and Pennsylvania Avenue
PUPH DltUGS AND CltrMICAIM Je51
j2yl4A PRINCESS
I the namo nf our new
IJ OKNT CIGAll
It Is tho llest Cigar yet ollernl for tho money
SICKLES CALIFOltNIA CIOAIt STOItE
No 1011 lennn A ebet Tenth and Ele enth sts
fi01
IF YOU WANT TUB VERY NICEST
Ilrend Imv OUIl NEW SOUTH it Is
sure to please lor nao by all llrst class Grocers
and w holesulo by
W 1 1 TENNEY A SONS
Dealers In Ilour leed Com Onts llaystrawjc
CAPITOL MILLS
Je4 West Washington II C
fiST
USD PRIDE OF MINNEBOTA FLOUR
It Makes tho Whitest and Hn eclest llrcad
sold only at
MtCAULEY A DELLWIOS
200 Pennsylvania Avenuo list
nnd DIXLW1G a McsJAULEYH
a2n Cor Second nnd U streets northeast
jssr
A L I1UCHANAN
ELEUTItO MAONETIO HEALER
Is nrennrcd to Twelve liullont Hit No 003 Penii
sylvnula Avenue Itoom 1H corner of Ninth street
pt rcir YOU WOULD AVOID CHILLS AND
itfiJ lVvprs A trtio nnd Fe ers Iltllous lovers
and other diseases Incident to tho season tnko
uiiuwniisu a iiiiriiiaanuyouwiu surety es
capo them
IHlOWNINaS IHTTEItS liavo been In uso for
u L ii i u j Ilun mil iiu iiviouil mu1 v jtuiMwi
to havo chills or bilious fevers while using theso
iiniers i or sale oy uruggisis aim grocers gener
ally
llItOWNING MIDDLETON
PItOPItIiTOnS AND MANUFACTUIlEltS
010 Pennsylvania Avenue
rtVTHE CELLULOID TRUSS
That never rusts never breaks never w ears on t
always clean and can bo worn whllo bathing Is
for sale at CI IAS PISOHEUS 023 Seventh st
northwest Mrs Fischer devotes her attention to
inowamsor tony patrons
ojr ccoWB RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE LA
UleJJ dies to coll and cMiinlno our lino ImiHirt
cd goods
W T 11ALDUS riiarmacist
Cor Venn lvanln uvo and Nineteenth street
SUBSCRIBERS 1 1
ItiiAii Thin Staiitlino
DlSCOVEltYll
And send at once 11 vo He htamps for sample boxor
ftfornlurgoslzebox The great demand coming
from thousands Is a sum ouuiantki that it Is
meeting tno nkids ok miukiiikh iiuminitv
llcutlor TjIuikh tuny boctirwl hy tlio timely use ot
DKUSTKNH ANIMOIUnrrC orTJinOATiuul
IUNt Kimiuy IiIcU Ii n jmrelvvcKetnhlo dis
covery una pien snm in me iniie WJiy miner ion-
11 111k TtJ13 tlllUUI JltlkHIII VVUnll JflUIILIIIIO
Diphtheria Cntnrrli Anthnui Croup Siilttlug of
atioou ii euK iuiiKS i noopiiiK vougil Jill l e
vcr Pneumonia Had Dreatli lloarsencss Quinsy
etc And why not keep It iilwuys by fortho little
ones ns well as for tho older ones Try It and be
cuui uicisi ui iinivoiiueriiii curing powers win
Buim uy iiiiiii Lciiiiuii mis paper vuurevs
Ji U DEUSTEN 4 CO
mr1 Woodbury Gloucester Co N J
jnj jSTOVES FURNACES RANOES c
Tin plates slieetlron w ork llreplaccstovesriingcs
furnaces repaired Tin rooting siwutlug and all
kliuLsof tin work promptly attendeil to Send
our oruer iu
It It G 110UI1
010 Eleventh st n w near st
noMAOKINNON FOUNTAIN AND NEW
Aiey llasliaway Stub Pens also Cuwh Ink
at laclory ltatis by Georgo It Herrlck agent
Macklnnon lcu Co 020 r street dell ti
jw cenFREDK FREUND CATERER AND CON-
way iiutiumii
703 Ninth street n w Dillclous Ico Creum mid
Straw berries constantlv on hand npi7
VK raELECTRIOITYTIin WONDERFUL OUR
Jfe ATIVE AGENT
DIt WILLIAM HUNTElt No 1426 New-
York Avenue cures Catarrh llrouchltls Dlseasis
of Linus Liver mid Ktdues Dyspepsia Neural
gia Itlieumiitism lnriilysLi and all Nervous Com-
iilnlnts
Consultation free
inrl g
LIVER STABLES
acBKO
4JS 2I Eighth street bit I nnd E it w
Close Carriages for Weddings Calls nnd llecep
lions Poinding and Livery Stnbles
A H KEVIN J L SMITH
KBTTES iSs CO
Close Cm rln ji h tor Widillims Culls and
tlons lloaiillng mid Ilvcrv Stable Wlllnrda
jLoieiiMiiuiesreorncr urn anu lisis
GEO RYNBAL JR
Wlinlrujiiln nml llnintl lionlnr Iti
PAINTS OUSWINDOW AND lLATEOLASS
LAJIPGOOIH ETCAIITISIV AND
WAX lLOWEIl MATERIALS
No Us Se until St N Woip Odd Vcltow Hull
JelJ d Washington D C
S -A WEBB
Deali r In New and Second uaud
CLOTHING HOOTS SHOES AND lUHNISH
ING GOODS
1124 Seventh ut N W bet L and M sts
Gentlemen waited on nt their residences Jel3 d
CEDAR AND PINE COOPERING
Tubs lluckets ChurnsOval Wnrkriow er Stands
Ico Cream octagon ana jiouuu itco Meas
ures 4c Iteiiulrlng promptly ntteudeil to South
w est cor of Eighth and I sis 11 MCMILLAN
KEOPP3 SALVE CUKB
THE GUEATEST I1ISCOVEUY
of thoAgo IOr nMUlllllllS Piles llono Ielons eu
raigln Hums niienmallsm Ulcerations Krs
IllS UirilSlllKl iiuiuons ihk nit jvruuiin oiuii
Cure HIM tnko no other lor sale Miiunmiu and
retail by C ChrUtlunl 4SI Pennslvniila avenue
iu iiriiKgisis sen h
OOOK B 5T GASI
Less Trouble than any other luel Moro ElTectU o
than any other luel Cheaper than any other luel
Stoesof thoCehbnitcdSUN DIAL pattern for
sale or Torrent at 1119 iiiucu or tno wnsnington
GnsJlght Company 411 mid 410 Tenth M nw
niiJ o
Y SMOKI1 I O D dOARS
I Snlo ut CUIUS AllNjilScorUth A 1 sts I
Now and Socond Hnnd Furnlturo
110U01IT AND SOLD AT
a3S PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE Jell
777 TTiiiiiiiii ii u miiii nnniiVn 1 1 i I i ut
THE DEPARTMENTS
Tin Yantic left KoVWert Fin yester
day for Now York
SicitrTARY IIlaiki unit family leave for
jralnojlih ovciiIuk
Tin National hank notiu received for
rcilcmplloii to day amounted to 217000
TintoMi Jl 1IAWIUY was to day nji
pointed ganger for tlio Territory of Arizona
Tin lltnsmrNT lias appointed A Ulhll
lips lecelvcr of pulillo moneys nt Hnrrlson
Aik
CioviitNMiST ItncniiTH To dvy In
ternal loveinie 771111911 customs 701
70378
Jay Stoni wasyesteiday appointed sten
ographer to tlio Secretary of War ticc N 12
Diwh rcslgneiU
It wah oxpetlcsl tlutt thcro would bo
somo cliangcs In tlio consttUtrscrvlco to day
but none iio made
Lewi or absenco for aim month lias
been granted First Lieut 11 Jl Costoit and
First Lieut F II Harrington U H JL C
Commander SncAiti tlio new chief of
tho Unreau of Onluntice Xtvvy Department
nrrlvid hero yostcidny fiom lioston nnd
entered upon his duties to day
Tin Fihh Commission steamer lish
Hawk arrived at tlio Xavy ynrtJ yesterday
from Cherrystone whero bIio has been en
gaged in hatching Spanish mackerel
Tin kumorfd removal and tho rumored
transfer of appointment clerk Lamphero of
tho Treasury nro said to bo nonsense Ho
was at his desk to day performing his usual
duties
loaTMABTKit GKNintAL James will leave
hero to morrow with tho President Ho
will take along Colonel John Jameson of
tho railway mall service who will act as
director of amusements
S L Norton accountant in tlio Custo
dians olllce was to day transferred to the
Lighthouse Hoard at a salary of Jln00
His duties ns accountant will bo perfotmed
by Jlr Hatch storekeeper
A Laiioi Collection Collector Wake
of New York reports to Commissioner
Itatun that bis collections yesterday wcro
100000 which brings tho icceipts for tliu
year up to and over tho estimates
Tin TiiEAbuiiY icceipts during tlio fis
cal year were ns follows Internal revenue
riil071lCG48customs107r001000 total
332 17 1100 18 Tlio disbursements for mil
itary affairs wcro 11000000 naval 15
800000 Indians 10510000 pensions
30200000
ItKdiSTint op tie Treasury Ilnuci
lias issued and dellveied to ditto 208080
000 extended G percent bonds 15081 350
of which aio ro extended on account of
coupons Tlieio nro yet to bo disposed of
ouuuuuou ot icgistcreil aim possibly w
000000 coupons
Among the Presidents malIto day was
n letter from a religious enthusiast contain
ing a uiiuibcr of tracts with such titles as
Joy iu Sorrow or Comfort for the Jlo
reaved Strong Iu Faith for tho afflicted
and Curlettn or Going to Sing in Heaven
It is believed that tho Piesident will not
find time to read them
The paymen ts niadu from the Treasury
by warrants during fio mouth of June
lb81 wcro ns follows Civil and miscellan
eous 1020132 10 v ar 328207207 nav v
113105521 Interior Indians 27038531
Interior pensions 181700371 Total
1113114015 The above does not Include
payinents mado on account of tliu intctest
or principal of tho pulillo debt of the United
States
Gis SiiKLLUNiiAiiaKit JL C fiom
Western Pennsylvania has boon iu tho city
tlio past two days looking after tho Intel
estsof hisconstituents in Government em
ploy Ho with Col Tom Bnyno JI C
fiom Allegheny County and tho Ohio dele
gation havo been warmly working the
President and Secretary Windom in tlio in
tctest of Collector Davis of Pittsbttig uud
with succesi ns Dtvis will bo retained for
tho present at any rate
Gkx John II IIawley ex Assistant
Secretary of tho Treasury whoso namo has
been mentioned in connection with that of
fice stated to a representative of Tun
uitmo to tlay tunc Ito iiatl miulo no cnott
to get tho olllce and did not want it and ho
has not seen tho President at all IIo says
his visit U on another business entirely
His law practico gives him all bo can at
tend to uud bo has no desire nor intention
of giing it up to taku any oilleo lit tho gift
of tho Government
Tin promotion of Jlr Boono Chambers
to tho newly created olllco of chief clerk of
Blxtn Auditor ot the Ticasury in tho Post
oilico building gives pleasure to nil con
cerned because Jlr Chambers is entitled to
tbu honor on civll servieo lilies Ho hulls
from tho District mid entcieil tho Sixth
Auditois division as a hut class cleik iu
1800 uud has been steadily climbing tho
ladder of promotion over sineo Dining a
series of twelve years during which ho has
enjoyed various trusts no suspicion has
over been east on his integiity and his
genial milliners havo mado hiin uulveisally
popular
Tin iinpoitT published that Assistant
Sccictary of tho Jnteiior Alono Hell will
bo gently but finally reiptasted tovacato his
olllce is evidently utteily without fouudi
tlnn Tin Citrnc in conveisation will tho
Asslotnnt Sccictiiry mentioned tho rumor
Jlr Hell said that it wits news to him I
lutvo leeeived no intimation of any such ac
tion ho said I dont expect to leoeivo
any such intimation and cortalnly dont
wish to 1 am grateful however to somo
of tho members of tho press for keeping mo
so well posted about myself it saves mo tho
double and ocn though us iu tho piesent
cise tbu posting is untitle It evidences a
degttool ilisintciusled kindness so livtoin
other valks of lifo that my henit thtills
withgiatltudo to my olllcious but mislit
fottned fellow meu
Tin PitrjsiMKNTH Visitors Tho llx
ecutlvo Mansion presented n scene of bustlo
and animation to day Tlio callers emtio in
Hocks and soon thiouged tho cutho build
ing Tlio Piesident had a very busy tlmo
of It In lecelvlng odlco scckcrs and others
and it Viasiitiltoaiclief to him vihcn tho
time caino for holding tbu Cabinet meeting
Among thnsu who saw tho President weio
Justlco Harlan Senators Mitchell and Har
ris Judgo Shellabirgcr ltcglster Hruco
Fiiiit Assistant Postmaster General Tyner
Commissioner Dudley Commlsslonor Mc
Dmigal Cbauncoy J Filley Jif Jligsouil
Governor Foster and Hobcson
A committeo of Tcnncsseeans consisting of
Judge Harrison Gen lliownlow mid Col
Taylor called to seo tho Piesident In refer
ence to allali s in Tennessee A Capitol Hill
delegation Including Gen Payne Judgo
Field S A II JIarks Paymaster Carpen
torundA Grant weio on hand with a
strong petition for tho appointment of ox
SenatorCrugin as Commissioner of tho Dis
trict Thoy did not seo the Piesident but
left tho petition nil the sanio
f0fMWXSHi3STT
The Evening
rfUUtoM
WASHINGTON D 0 FRIDAY JULY 1 1881
THE FISCAL NEW YEAK
NEW APPROPrtlATIONS AVAILABLE
Clinntrcs In lii llciiiirlnieiitH To iluy
Appointee llnppy im ItofliilouiM
or Yellow Envelopes Ollierulse
Xiiiiich or tlio Iiu Iiy nml lliitiivhv
IiiiIIvIiIiiiiIn
Tlio appropriations for tlio fiscal year
1881 82 beenmo available to day and busi
ness is booming iu all tho departments of
tlio Government Tho clerks and otberem
ployccs havo been a trnod ilenl nvelted Cr
sovcml days over certain ill defined ruinors
tnnt sweeping changes were to bo made
This was particularly tho caso In tho 1ost
ofllcc Tieasurynnd War Departments nnd
In the Pension Olllce Tlio result was that
work sulleied the tendency of tho clerks
being general to gather Iu groups for an ex
change of forcbodiinrs Now tlm nmmv Is
over and work will go nlongsinoolhly again
P f r ttnl t tf 7
i uumni Minimi ii not en
twirising gives below tlio principal changes
made
Tin agricultural diipartmknt
Commissioner of Agriculture Lorlng took
formal clmrgo of his olllco to day Ho was
Introduced to tho heads of various divisions
under his charge and lcifcratcd bis state
ment that theio was no occasion to fear a
general reorganization of tho force of em
ployees Up to a lato hour It had not been
decided ujion but it was stated as likely
that Gen Canncr nfCamdeii New Jersey
would bo appointed chief clerk to succeed
Jlr Jaine who 1ms concluded to retire
Gen Cnrmcr was formerly chief clerk of the
Agricultural Department
WAR DrPAltTMllNT
Tho following chnuges havo been made In
tho clerical force and employees of tho War
Department to take effect from to day
Secretarys Olllco Win S Dupeo and
Wm C Taylor promoted to messengers
Adjutant Generals Olllco Samuel T
Brooks of Ohio and Franklin L Owen of
tho District of Columbia appointed addi
tional clciks at 1000 per annuiuvico Itlch
ard Klugsmnii nnd Geoige II Phillips re
moved Hunter Hrookc transferred from
Surgeon Generals olllco aud promoted to
clerkship of class one vice J V W Van
derburgh lesigned Wm T Golden of
Tennessee nppolnted additional cleik at
1000 on probation vice J 1 Jhitwisle
discharged
Paymastei -Generals Oilico Joseph T
Halls leslgnation of class 1 is ncccpted to
tako effect to day
Surgeon Generals Oilico Wm French
jr of Virginia C It Darker of
kctts Thomas u Illgglns of tlio District of
Columbia and Graham Jj Gordon of tho
District of Columbia appointed additional
clerks at 1000 per milium vice II Hiooke
transferred W T Owsley discharged and
Cransbiiw and Graham resigned
Quartermaster Generals Olllco Augus
tus Hubbcll arpoiuted cleik of class one
vlco Nelly JL Hates lesigned
Olllco of Depot Quartet master Washing
ton D JUss JInry L JIaiigcr Jliss
illnlietli F Long Jits Clara H Jlohun
Jliss D C Lancaster Jliss AnnioC Wyeth
and Sirs JIary A Housseau appointed copy
ists at 900 per annum
All the cleiks and other employees now
on tho list who were lcgularly appointed
under tho act apptoved JIareh 3 1881 iu
tho Adjutant and Sutgcon Gcncrals Olllce
excejit wheieothenvisooi dcred have been
reapioiiited
Olllce of tho Commissary General of Stib
slstcnco Frctl 0 Crawford of Illinois ap
pointed to class one vice N W Clear ic
dticcd to 1000
APPOINTMENTS IN TREASURY DEPART
MENT
Tho following persons havu been desig
nated for examination for appointment to
eloikship i of class ono iu this Treasury De
partment from July 1
A H Hakcr Jlinnesota HHHagby
colored Indiana T C Clark Nebraska
James Dean coloied Florida Klisha
Goddard California Thco H Giecnc col
ored JIKsissippl W W Granger West
Virginia Hariison W Jloorc North Coin
Una Homer jr Jloriisou Indiana D F
Jlyers Georgia Greene D Williams col
ored South Carolina
W H Itichards colored of Tenesce
has been appointed to a 1000 clerkship
Hruco Cavitt Tennessee Wm It Davis
Nebraska John Cunningham West Vii
gintn havo been appointed to 000 clerk
ships
Wm T Feiguson coloied Alabama
and Wm IT rhysic colored North Caro
lina have been appointed laborers
The following Italics havo been appointed
in thuTitasury Department to tnko effect
July 1 1881 Mrs Julia A Hrccd Califor
nia Mrs Clara SHymo Kansas Jliss Ab
bio 11 Clark Gcoigia Jliss JivalcnoCnvcn
Indiana Jliss Annie A Gilmore Indiana
Mrs Hattio T Hamilton Indiana Jliss
Jllnnio H Ilennl Jlissourt Jliss Llln P
Leo coloied South Caiolina Jliss Annio
P Luttiell Colorado JH Carrie L Jlar
tln Alabama Jliss JIary JcCawley Geor
gia Jliss Lutio G liamscr West Vliginia
Mrs A P Ityncx Illinois JIKs JIary V
Scott Kansas Jlis s Lesa It Shelby
issippt Jliss Gusslo Spengenicn Aikansas
viiss Ella Triiinniiii uiuucsota iau
niu L Utley Noith Carolina Jfis LImIo
G Wcsslle Wisconsin JIrsKmum L Wat
klus Illinois
Tbu ubovo comprise all tho appointments
mado in tho Tieasuty Department for the
fiscal year
THE GOVERNMENT IWXTINO OITICE
This was a happy day at tho Government
Pi Intlug Olllce Indeed tbu swamp was
a sea as it weie of smiling faces The new
uppmpiiatlon having beenmo nvallablo
about 200 men and women weio furnished
employment in Gen Defiees mammoth bco
hlvo witli a promUoof Voile on full tlmo
until Congitss miets Muny vvlio went to
vvoik there vvero fnrlotighcd employees but
about filteen new bands vveio taken on in
tliu tvnoLianhiiil deiurtment It ap
pears that dining tho special session of
senate tlio vast amount oi vvonc
necessary to bo performed inndo u big holo
in tlio icgultr appropriation mid when tho
session adjourned many ptlntcis weio
futlouglied and qthcrs weio put to work on
short time In tho bindery no ono was
ftiiloiiRlied but all wcro reduced to shoit
time Under tho now dispensation of
things however alter tlio Cth instant In
tho bindery tho employees will bo allowed
to put in ten hours n day uud In tho other
ilcpaitnicnts lull tlmo will ho tlio order
Gen Defiees is out of tlio city and was not
present to day to observe tho happiness
creaiea ny cauying out tno ruio ot tno new
fiscal year Ho will return about tho 12th
instant
THE PENSION OlFICK
Tho leport that fully two hundred em
ployees In tho Pension Olllco will bo dccapl
tilled by tliu lcmoval guillotine is slightly
exaggerated Still tbcio will bo many
heads lopped off Chief Clerk Lockwood of
tlio interior Department says that it will
bo necessary to discharge moro than a hun
dred on account of tho inability of tho De
partment to continue tho piesent number
with tho piesent appiopriation
Those to bo discbaiged will bo of tho low
est grades of clerical capacity nnd much
caro will bo taken In tho examination of tho
locord of woik nnd Its character shown up
by tho employees
Critic
PLATT WITHDRAWS
FHOM THE FIELD AT ALDAMY
IroKi iiuiitic or tile mill
IViitlirrliciiiN They villi Endeavor
o Elect Dcjirw anil Cornell
AiliANy July L Tho Joint convention
resumed its session at noon to day Tlio
total vote for a successor to Coiikliug io
suited Conkllng2d Wheeler IS Cornell
0 Ciowlcy 2 Liplinml3 Folger 1
nogcrs 1 roller ueiuocmt -18 Tolol 110
Ueforo the beglnnlngof tho ballot for Piatts
successor Speaker Sharp Stalwart nn
nouiRcd that bo was authorized to with
draw tho naiiie of Tboinni C Piatt Great
excitement ensued and a largo proportion
of Plaits volo went Io Depew somo of It
going to Cornell and other votes to scatter
ing eamiiiialcs Tho iinllot in tletall was us
follows IXpcw 18 Crowley 20 Cornell
15 Orfow W Chapman -1 Piatt 2 Inp
ham 1 Adams 1 North 1 Daniels 1
Kernaii -18 Total 111
A point was raised by the Democrats that
tho Joint convention was hot called to order
until eight minutes past 12 oclock in and
tho ballots wcienull and void nnd tho con
vention must adjourn ire die
Lleut Gov Hoskitfs presiding refused
to eutcitniu tho point of order and ordered
tho ballot to ptocccd
Great excitement followed Sliaipos an
nouncement of Plhttswltlidrawal from tho
roll Several Stalwarts said it was un
authorized but nevertheless Piatt got but
two votes on tno liallot Alter
tho ballot a motion to adjourn
was voted down mA the convention
proceeded to discussa resolution by Jacobs
democrat suggesting a committeo of onu
from each faction of Democrats Stalwarts
and Half breeds to arrange pairs to con
tinue over 8a tm day and Monday The
Democrats advocated this and the Half
breeds opposed it A motion to tablo was lost
11 to 37 The discussion was lesumcd tho
Kcpublicans Stalwarts and Hnlf lnceds
taking the position that the adjournment
proposition was a trick to nullify future
sessions of the joint convention After it
largo number or speeches a second motion
to lay tho resolution on tbu tablo was
carried and tbu convention adjourned until
to monow nt noon
THE REPUMKVN PltOOEAMME
The feather heads ami Half breeds claim
that they will havo suMicient slirncrs to n
call for a caucus to insure a caucus to night
and that the withdrawal of Piatt will biing
Cornell Into tliu Held ami tlio Hull breeds
will elect Cornell mid Depew within four
days perhaps to morrow
COMPULSORY MILITARY SERVICE
Tlio rniui Notional Party Klckliitr
AuuliiHt It
Heriin July 1 The German National
party has taken a new departure In view
of the approaching election it has lcsolved
to adopt as an election cry Only two years
tompulsory service in tho army
Under tho present law every Gcrmnn
capable of bearing arms must bo iu the
standing army for seven years generally
fiom the twentieth until tlio twenty-seventh
year of bis life Three of theso years
must bo spent in active service Hut den
fohen and tbu remaining four iu tbu
nrmy of tho reserves The piopived change
will ho very jiopular but that It will bo
bitteily opposed by Prince Bismarck Count
Von Jroltke and tlio Liiipeior is certain
Injiircil In n Collision
Chicago July 1 Hy a lolllsiou between
a passenger nnd freight train on tho Chicago
and Lastcrn Illinois Huilioud mar Kensing
ton last night nineteen persons wero seri
ously injured Frank Hn7cn engineer
probably cannot recover Tho wounded
weio brought hero
tonl IlleoH lor July
New Yoisk July 1 Tlio Delawaro and
Hudson Canal Company imuomito July
prices for Lackawanna coal per ton as fol
lows Furnace lump sttnmer lump mid
grate 3 i0 each egg -105 stove 120
chestnur 1
Itnl Irosiioel lor n Ituce
OTrvwv Ont July 1 A high wind is
blowing and the piospcct for i raco is not
very good nt this hour 2 p in but the raco
may take place at sundown An immense
ciowd is in tlio city and tlio celebration is a
grand success
1
Set veil lllm KlKht
John Braxton an able bodied white man
was fined 10 and costs by Judgo Sncll to
day for careless driving While driving an
express wagon this morning ho ran into a
small ouc borso wagon loutalning John P
Allen and hlsllttlo son Jlr Allen was se
riously injured nnd the wagon battered
The iccklcss driver did not stop until as
sisted by a police officer
ITrtN of tlio riseiil Ycnr
During the fiscal year ending yesterday
tbu following number of flies havo occurred
iu this city aud alnimsstiuck for tlio same
1880 July 15 August 3 September 0
November 10 Dccemlior 17 1881 Janu
ary 11 February I Jlaicli 10 April
Jlay 7 June 7 The entire amount 03
Phis is tbu smallest number of flies nnd
tho damage less than any city of tho sanio
slo iu Ameiita can show up
All Tin members weio present at tho
Cabinet meeting to day and tho session
Instill fiom 12 to 3 oclock
To in IiioiuiANiZED Secictnry Win
dom issued a ciicuinr this afternoon provid
ing for tho leoigauiHitiou of the Custodians
oilico of thoTreasuiy tiansferilng it to tho
charge of tho chief clerk and providing for
the oilico of Assistant Superintendent also
designating inles governing tho adminis
tration of its affairs iu tho ttitttre
Tin pttbllo debt iitntcnicnt issued to day
shows a reduction of 1232315953 during
tho month of June Tho decrcaso of tho
debt sinco Jifno 30 1880 was 101573
1S330 Total cash balance in tho Treasury
4 21030311535 Of this tho cash balance
available to day is 17002060013
tho month of Juno theio wctu
issued fiom tho clciks office of tho Snproiuo
Co tut of tho District 137 marriago licenses
aluigomopoitlou of them to non residents
During tho sanio petiod four divorces wero
granteil by tlio upiity Court and eight po
tions for divorco weio filed in the clerks
olllce
4
Straw Hath good assoitmcnt reduced
prices boys lints nt tost A T Lewis No
135 Seventh street
Tin Sultan of Turkey and thoCair Alex
ander III mo spending their royal exist
ences trying to keep lrom being murdeud
Loukeillo Courier Journal
Tim 5 per cent registered bonds of July
111870 and Januaiy 20 1871 now out
standing and uncalled will bo paid at tho
Treasury on tho first day of October noxt
with accrued Interest from Jlay 1 1881
Tlio Interest on said bonds will censo October
1 or if tlio bondholders prefer such bonds
will bo paid on presentation nt any time
ptlor to tho 1st of October next with tho
acciucd lutciost fiom Jmy 1 11 todatoof
presentation
7- 2 t jfismrmmimmimimaimMnummMmtt
TWO CENTS
THE HENLEY REGATTA
How the Ituees Were- Hon oil nnil
Won To ilny
HiiNLKY July 1 Tho second day of tho
great regatta opened splendidly Tlio
weather is perfect Glorious sitnsbliio lights
up tho scene and tho water is lu nn admir
able condition Tho nttcndeiice Is even
Inrger thmi yesterday In tho final bent
for tliu grand challenge cup tho London
crew wcto victors They caino In ono
length nheail of tho Lennder crew and tho
Hcrtfoid club mado a food third Tbu first
heat for tho public schools wits won by
Westminster Cheltenham second Deiby
tlilnl Tho second heat was won by tho
Itndley crew Jlnixdaleiio coming iu second
The tlilnl heat was splendidly contostod
nnd was won by tho JJedfoid Grammar-
school crew who bent tho College crow in
excellent style
The nice for tho ladies pinto caino next
In older For the first heat tboTrlnlty1
College crew of Cambridge and 1 itonoiew
weio competitors Trinity was tho victor
hy ono length nnd a half
Tlio raco for tlio Diamond sculls wnss
won by Lowndes of Hertford College
Wild of tho Frankfort Germany Boating
Association mado a gailant struggle how
ever He iiad tlio centro station nt tho
start with Powers on the Berks side and
Lowndes on tlio Hocks side of thosticam
Ho began with a very milck stroljo and
took Powers water Lowndes thereupon
citno over from tlio Ilucks sldo Into tho
centre of tho river and thereafter the raco
was between theso two Tho German lctl
until beyond Itcmcnham but before tho
finish was reached Lowndes rowed him
down and camo lu -I lengths ahead of him
Tlio final heat for tlio Thames College
cup excited great interest 11 was won by
tho Twickenham Club tho London Mowing
Club coming lu second
Tlio raco for tlio silver goblet botwecir
tho Thames nnd tho London Bowing Chilis
pairs was won easily by tho former tho
Londoners giving up without lowing over
the entire course Tho winning crew con
sisted of Adcock and Playboard
Current Itnnioi s in Wall
Special Dispatch to TiSr Ciiitio
New York July 1 The general go wij
was bullish nftcr tho board last night
and nt the up town hotels In the evening
Jloney dealers ald thero was no occasion
for tho pinch iu money lato iu tlio day ex
cept tho carelessness of brokers Goulds
brokers Anally supplied all tlio ilcmanil at
lt7C5 ner cent It was believed that Gould
bought stocks largely yesterday except
tho Vaudcrbilts iu which bo has still nn
uncovered short interest
Vice president Ilotikfns says these loads
aro all cutting furiously It was stated
that Kcclio bought in about 10000 shares
of various shorts yesterday Sago is very
bullish on Jtanlnttau and is selling ninety
day puts on Wabasli at 55 for 3 per cent of
ono per cent
Tho meeting will bo held of tho Wabash
Company next Tuesday to ratify tlio pur
chases of old loads
The foreign biokers my Luiopo is doing
but little hero nt pioficnt but bought somo
stocks yesterday
Veiy much of tho buying nt present of
Northwest common is fiom Chicago patties
who nro good operators
Frank Worksays bis company is earning
15 per cent and thcro nro only about
2000000 of the common afloat tho lest be
ing held mainly by Vandcrbilt
Private crop reports from tho best Chlcigox
peoplo lepott them equal to last year iu
Northwest region
Winter wheat is not over good but tlieio
is but little of it raised and spting wheat
never looked better
Vice president Wndswortli also says tho
spring wheat on tho lino of the St Paul
lioad never looked better It is stated by
parties who aro iu a position to know that
fully 50000 shares of St Paul common h
loaned out on tho street
There mo almoH unmistnkablo signs of tv
boom in tho coal trade and insiders say
there is no necessity of any restriction in
production this month as agreed upon yes
tciday
There is nothing cei tain about tho August
dividend on O C C and I Dovcieaux says
tho company has tlio money on hand but
will add nothing further There is more
titan n suspicion that tho funds may bo re
tained iu tho treasury for tio lu caso of t
raihoad war There is said to bo a very
largo shoit interest in New Jersey CenMal
Thcro issaid to bo a poweiful bull pool ami
an impending largo ndvnneo in St Paul
Minnesota ami Manitoba
Tho company aro making importaut con
nections has earned 1 per cent iu six
months and paid off 750000 of its sinking
fund and will pay a 3 per cent dividend in
August Tlio talk is 125 for tho stock now
about par
It is stated that Underbill Hartou havo
been huge buyers of Jlichignn Control
during tho rast two days and theio is a
powerful party in tho movement
Chicago July 1 Later 10 a m Tho
Jllssom I Pacific Hallway Company has with
drawn its uotico of retiring from tho South
west pool uud another nttcmptwiU bo madcr
to reconcile matters to day
Ilkely to Client tlio lliuiiiiin
London July 1 Notwithstanding tho
conflicting repoits concerning tho arrost of
tue man beiievea to bo ielroy tlio mur
derer of Gold and tho absolute denial that
tno arrest lias been niatle it is liellovcu to
bo certain that tho man who was ntiested
yesterday whllo traveling fiom Windsor to-
lomloii Is tho murderer Jlo was iu such a
dangeious condition hospital surgeons say
that his wounds which aro supposed tolmvo
been received from his victim in his strug
gle for life aro likely to result in I1I3 death
unless thoy mo very carefully dressed
HiiiiiiikimI hy 11 Wilier Spout
OiPit Mt r T 1- T1 1 Cll
uiuMnuit1 nil IU A juiliuilllliu
like a water spout visited this locality last
evening Tlio water fell in a dclugo anil
an accompanying wind uuioofcd tho build
ings tore down trees tenecs ac John
Sanford and Cornelius Wilson wero badly
injured by tho flying ihfoh Tho damage
to tho crops fences and buildings is very
great
Tlio Oloilons IoiirOi
will bo ushered in and closed with display
of fireworks Go to H J Belli ends 818
Soventh street and piocsJtie your supplies
Uriel TolerniitH
Sixty thousand emigrants landed at
Cvstlo Gaideu in June
Ono bundled socialists havo beon ex
pelled from Loipzlc
British rovenuo returns for tho first
miaiterof tho financial year show an lu
cteaso of 139000
A dispatch from London says tho Homo
Hulers are dissatisfied with tho concessions
that tho Cabinet is making in tho land bill
Mens ami Hojs Yachting Shirts
Yachting shirts of best quality and shapo
nt tho Hoys Clothing house of B Kobiusou
Co No 000 Pennsylvania avenue
Tfnnetllft ncn lino lnnn nntiilAl
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7 iiiiuuii u
leiHjionuny 1111 assistant inspector ot bulla
ings
A nw mori nf those cheap Wet Goods
nt A Jlehuud No 707 JInrkct t pnee
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