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a l i Evening THE IJTJ THTTP yJLljJL JL JL Jt VENTJ I kebs ) FOUHTJBENTH YEAR. WASHINGTON, D. G. WEDNESDAY, JULY o, 1.882. NUMBER 4,10 J. . I 0. El ;u TATLOE & HUETY, D33 Ponna. Avo. ladies' & Children's JZTjL J uZD .!"'. . AMD CHOICE UNDERWEAR IN FINE Merino and Gauze, The Best Assorted Stook in the City Prices ai low m elsewhere nsked Tor Inferior coodt. Wo keep only tho most reliable mtkc and those that hare been tried and approved by our customers. TAYLOR & HUPTY, 033 PUNKA. AVfiXUE. .iSL(', B" REPUBLICAN STATU! A8B00IAT10N8, atm-mion; Tho delegates to the Central Association of Slides nro hereby notilled that iimsctlin: wlllbo ltcldnt St. (leoree' llnll, 81') rievonthsl. north west, onTHUHSDAY liVllNIKCI. lltli lint., "JO p. in. A. M. OLAl'F. President. Attest; Jacoii btauii. secretary. Jy5-2t BJ55- T. Z. UOOVER, PRIVATE DETECTIVE. Prnnint. rntiflilMitl.t nm! ipltnfilp. '1 clcphone connect Ion, rare Paul ltelnlcln, drug fiUt, corner Ninth rind F sts. Olllco hours, nt homo, No. 1UJ Ninth st-,7 to 8 n. m. )V mi roTUD PUBLIC OK WA3niNQTON, IAltsi niiiiii nrii iw iniusijt iuj iiivum tho public Generally, Hint I ha p rented stall 151. Tlli (it. wl njr, i'entro Market, for tbe pur pone of utipph tin? lot ers or lKo and fresh cooked crabs, uml w 111 make a specialty 01 cooked crabs. I nm located at Lower CVdar Point for the, sum mer, mid lmvo all facilities for smpllnjr my benches, which all visitors to that placo will aeo fur thcuuelve. AU crabs w.llbe cooked on tho fdiore every afternoon and come up on the ctcur nlon boat fit night. and, will boon my benches iiextn)orrdii2forHale(commenclni(July.i.Orllnal lVierof l'luey l'nlnt, during the proprietorship of Vol ft, 1'flrkerA.llllard. JnT-iR UjgnrEDlsRATION Ol' LAIlOft. DcIfLQtei are requested to attend Speclil Me?t lntr wluNijiLiAV, JULY l, at alj vm at., 8 o'rlock sharp. iiihlnftol importance. Ily order of l'llKMinnXT. f Ttj- I Aw L(ptf f ta 1-1. Ir. t-t iVhvrt Sl rVtAtlfl m -ctolTOTIOa-.TilH ANNUAL MDEtlNO OP RK& theMockholderit of the .National Union Insurance Company, of Washington, for the, elec tion oi nine Wrec tork to scr e during tlio cusului; t,eor. will b held at tho oniroof Urn Compiny, Ho.ua Louisiana avenue, MONDAY. JULY 10, Jj. roilHopeu i rom i in .-o'cioris p. in. vnui.t' i i.t dvi N01ILI1 I). LAltNlln, Hecrelury. jm :t 8- orrioa or collector or taxed. Histiiict nc Cnr.intnrv. xVashisutov, Juiieso, Issz. Nullcc. All owners or keepers ol doas In tho Dlvtitct of Columbia nro hereby nollllcd thut the J rally tn Imposed by act orcongrfsson nlldojs aw mil or kept In Raul District will by due and insiioleun July l.lwi Upon n) nii-rit of naia tux tass 111 be luucil ui iiuil(l((llnRalilnel. . . By order nl Hie Commlsslonern of thn Dlitrlct ol Culumlila. JOHN V. COOK, J l rr Cnllecter of Tuxes. I). C. yKT.ANOi:, PUnNAClW, I.ATROI1RS, Utoj IRON TILi: J1AISK VIKKl'LACi::) i'Aiii.on uitATJis. oaj4 rixTuni, ktc. EDWARD CAVERLY & CO., Jul It r lla.1 NEW YOP.K AVKMUR. jj-ro.DB. S. 11. MUNOA8TEB, Hiirgeon Doctht. Olllco nllli I'rof. Itodkln, cor. Klnlh ami II ls. n. w. Teeth extracted Willi orullliont nntcstlicttcs, Jn:9 I.FBBD,K FBBDKD.OATEREItANDOON. 702 Ninth mreet a. w. I'utlei and WedJlnts ryed at nhnrt nntltw. no7 Ujgca.Or INTEBEST TO nOOBDKEEPERa. HULL VAPOR COOK STOVES, Aiwa) s ahead. Tho Pioneer of all for Excellency uml Superiority. New cat Varieties and Lamest Assortment. Bo not suffer any lonscr from Iieated homes, bat make them cool and pleasant by the use of one of Hull's Vapor Coot Stoves. Turcst aasollne for bale. llelrlserators Way Don n In Trice. ltcmembcr tho bolo Aeency, SIMPSON & GUY, 1005 MINNA. AVK. JuIO McSnOEOROB BYNEAL, JB , DESIBE3 TO JPB convey to his niends and tho nubllo ccncrally his Krtteful acknowlcilicmont of their many kind expressions of sympathy. He Is now busily engaged In repairing daniaires canted by the late tire, and expects shortly lo havo his placo ot business moro attractlvo than ever. Ills store, 4lSHfvcntb street, is now open, ami he Is ready and able to nil orders promptly. apM Sffi" .FANOY BOTTLF.B. iAJiUUiK. WM. B. EUTWISLE'H I'UAIISIAOV, Corner TwelftU Street and nsylvanla Avenue PURE DnUQS AND KMIOAL3. x&- nltNTI.lllIEN'H 1 Thoso who dcslro to dress well nnd lnstefitlly, and la do so economi cally, are rccom mended to exam our stock of m'ltirtu uiAJi-uiHu, 1 Uli iir,- BPniNticr.oi'jiiMi, DOVH' BPItlNtU'I.OTHINa, C'lIILnilllNh' BprtiNioi.oriiiN(i. Itr.ADY.MADK (!t.(l I'll I N(l AND riTHNISH. INfl linoiH. rjlIClM M)W AH TIIH I.OVIT KHt wjiiski:. NOAH WAlKnUrtCO., 021 ivnn.slvanlanenue. J u'j WgvrKOTIOB TO Tlltl PUBLIO, I wlshtocall thoaltcnttonof all peri'jnHtomy Improved putf nt borne ulioo.wllli tiiovenblo toei nnd heels, tii best and motibdurahtu olioo over luventtrd. ThU nUoo can be Keen at tho sturoof llTiaa Ocllro., on rouna, avts, ht. nth and 7th fits.ti.w, Atlevperuara repietcd to closely ei malue this Inventlou. T. W. MURIMIV, Horsehoer. tnlQ :i (I Hire! noriimPHt. vtu.NpWI3 YOUR TIHH TO OHT MKT AWNINUi. and itAisLiuT.su mauki:t BPACi:, Is tho luftti to make them. Ktldownroof Mora Awuln3 a Bpeclalty, Mako your Iinmei ront fortabloby putting up window avynlm;. mvlbim wulROK RAIUNOS A BPI.OIALTY- A Neat Wroufiht Iron I'AUK FKNOE ot one-halt Inch Iron, put up complete at 80e, per Toot, AIM) all jnlscellaupoui Iron work, OKO. VHITK it CO., Pir22 4tU MahiB ftlnill?'ti;)'.rthftt'Ht. -gto,TAXlAYRHfl HAVB YOUJl MONIJY. IteforopaylUKBpeiJal Aanmsmonti call at No, 4fl-ibeeiiht.u, w Itoom 1, diuvultuiluu free, O0Jr hours Vjk. o a ji. m. aiid 7u min jaj i-to,IIAI nAl UA1 WB BTRUOk",A IMQ NKV boiiauwi In Kctthi.lhB agency for the Ocean (lueeu rlnftr, for they aru Ktiarmitetxl to he arlpar 11aaiiH lilted 3. tU'.ir. fit the California Clj;arMoiilfiU l'cnim'Uanlaavenut. H.blckle, propttetor; sole acut for thu noted brand, jitfi THE DEPARTMENTS. Till: Knllounl banknote received for ro dcmidlon lo day amount to t ITl.OM. The rccolpfs from intotiinl rovenuo to day weroH,7ao,80).uafromcustom, fl.OJO oaaaa. The usual Tuesday Cabinet meeting wan omitted yesterday on account of tho "Glorious." Tun TarlirCommlssInu will moot nt tho r.lPRK Homo to mtrrow to organize and nun out a l-l.i u of orerallons. Tun Comptroller of the Currency lm organized llio rirst Nallonnl Ilankot Iloulton, Me., with a capital of $30,000. Tim Nuvy nepartment Ii Informed of tbo nrrlval of tbo Tullaoosa and rouhatm nt Key Vest, ria., en route to l'enaacola. Tin: President Ins appointed Tliomti Crocl.ornt'ommlIoner or Deeds In thohUlo ot New York for tho District of Columbia. Twenty clerks in tho l'ostoillco Depart ment wero discharged this nttornoon nn nc count of n scarcity of funds. They wero mostly ou tho temporary roll. l'0ST5rASTEnt wcro commissioned to-dar follows:Mrt.N. 11. Ourrin at llremj Illtirf, lluanna, Vnt J. W. Leland at Cartor's Croek, Lancaoler, Vrti Vi, Waddlllat Wilcox Wlmrf, Chntlcs City, Vm Midbiiipman W. J. Maxwell has hocu ordered to Instruction In ordnnnco nt tho Nay.Yanl, Washington, I). 0.1 .aster W. U. AYlilineld lins becii dotaehod from tlio i:mor lnltc and granted six months' leave Ilv illrcctlon of tbo Secretary of War Major Alfred n. Dates, lmymaator, ITnltod Stales Aimy, nowou duty In this city, will re port In person to tho conimnndtng ccnoral Dcrarlraentot thoBoutli tor temporary duty, to pay troops. Amoko thoso who saw tbo President to day wero Henators Cameron, nnrrlson. Lnn. ham nnd Miller, and lloprcsontatlvos Dawos, Urner, rroscolt, Kclley, ltay, Aldrlch. llrowne, Van Horn, I'cttlbone, Humphreys, Keuord nnd VtlUtc, and Commissioner Ixrlug. SrrnETARY Chandler has appointed a court of Inquiry, composod ot Commodoro l'lielps and Captains Irwin ami Cooke, to moot nt Maro Island, Cnl on tlio Otli Instant, to In vestlfrato tlio circumstances nttendln;; tho losa ot tho U. H. B. Ilodgers In Bt. Lawronco Day, The report In a moriiliiR paper that Mr. Alonzo Bell, Assistant Secretary of the Interior, had rcslgnod, was not couOrmod nt tho Do pnrtment. Eocrotnry Toller said ho had often litnrd tho matter mcntlonod putsldo ot tho Depnrtmcnt, but It bad no er como to bis notlco officially. There mo about $150,000 of tho fourth dividend of 13 per cent, declared In favor nt tho depositors in tlio l'roodmen's Hank still unpnld, ot which nmoiint $8,000 Is duo to Wnsliiiigton crodltois. Tho Comptroller ot tlio Currency desires to pay all ns soon ns lasslblo nnd neks thnt nil holders ot books present tlll'IU ak unit.'. Benjamin 1". Wilkinr, clerk of class three, War Department, lias boon promote 1 to bo clerk 01 class four, vlco Charles II, Hivoet, promoted to bo stenographer; Charles It. 1'OS' illck, promoted to class tluee, lco Wllklnsi 1', W, 1'dwards, promoted to class two, and Chas. J. Quoon, of Han Antonio, Toxas, appointed clerk In class one, lco Edwards. The President lias npproved tho nets authorizing tho construction ot n, brl Jgo across tlio Arkansas Hit ernt Van Duron, Ark., nnd n brldgoocr tho Mississippi lllvornt New Bos ton, III.; tho net In relation to tho apptnacbes ot tho Kutloniil Military Conietery near Jloun I City, III., nnd tho act ratifying; nuneroomcut with tlio Bhoshono nnd Bannock Indians. Mr.. Jav Stone, stcnoRniphcr tn tho hecietatyot War, has beou appointed clilef ot UioCorrespoiulenco Dlti.lon.war Department, lcoMr. John Twtidale, promote 1 ti bo -ctilct clcik. Mr. O. B. Bwoot, prlvato socrotnryto tbo hecrotnry of War, will hereaftor act nlso as stenrgrapher. Mr. Stono lias been n faithful c nicer, and well desei ves tho promotion hollas recehed. TnE storm which our political weather leporlerprodlctodnjtow weeks mjoseomsnb.mt to brf nl: over tho Bureau of Ewrrnrlnst nn l Printing. Tho latest Indications nro that Chlctlrlfcbtsso Intently engaged in pitting lilsl.ouso lu order that be cannot he seen, oven by Members of Congress who may liavo busi ness wltlililm. Tin: Navy Department has received In formation ftom tlio PaclMc station, under Unto ot Juno II, Hint tlio Alaska U ntCalUo; tint tho Lnckawannn Is duo there Juno -J, nnd that tho 1'ousncoln oxpoctod to leave Uallao Juno 2,"i for Panama. Information was nlso rcccUed thnt tho Enterprise loft tho naval nn rhorago nt Norfolk, Vn., on tlio mcalug of llio 3d Instant for Nov York. Whfn tho riic3tlou of selling tho llrook lyn Navy. Yard enmo up some lima ngu, Com mnndet Ooi i Inge, nt obelisk fame, took It upon himself to urpo thn sale, and was especially nctlvo In bringing tho frnlo about. Hectotary C)iniidlrrsnslntormcdot the factnnllt dis pleased him. Ilo lins wrlttou (lorrlngo n vory eharp Utter, nnd line Informed him that horo nttci If ho has nny auggcstlous to makti Willi lefeieneo to ttiosoivlcoor Its works, that they lind bolter bo mado to Ids superior onicor, Some of our contemporaries wcio lu orror lu their statements regarding changos nt tlio btnto Dcpnrtmont. Mr. John Davis was nomi nated as llrst Assistant becrotary ot utate, vlco Mr. J. 0. Bancroft Da Is, loslgnod, nnd not ns Thlirl Asslstnnt Socrotary ot Buto, In placo ot Mr. Wnlker Ulaino. Tlio mistake probably nroso from tho fnct that Mr. Dlalno lias nlsu resigned nnd left tho Department. Tliooni'o of Third Assistant Secretary Is now vacant. It will bo nllcd this week. It Is understood that Judgn Bancroft Dai Is will bo reappointed n member ot tho court ol Claims, which position ho tncnted upon cntcrlugtho biato Depart ment. PERSONAL. Kx-roSTMASTER-ClENERAL JOHN A. CitcswrLL Is In tlio city. Si'citr.TAitY rouiKB has Bono to Now Tork city. Ho will return lioro to-morrow. Q. I C. Kendall, of Kaston, Mil., nnd r. a. Oregon-, ot Jersey city, nro In tho city. C. P. IIuntinciton. tho Southorn lallrond magnate, has parlors nt Wonnloy's. Mr.s. A.K. Browne has rouo to Old Orchard Bench, Me., wlioro sho lias a cotlac-e, Hon-, n. V. Babb, of Pbll.idclphlu.nnd Colonel II. C. Young, ot Cincinnati, nro In tlio city, Mies Lucie Lestru'es, ot La. Koso I'nrleh, La., Is vislllng hor school friend, Miss Salllo Clarke, nt 11U0 (1 struct. Mr. Charles L. IIuf.su, ox-Speaker nttbo District of Columbia Legislature, was lu tan Antonio, Toxas, last Thursday. Bepribentative Stouicblaher has been called suddenly to his homo in Indiana on nccount or sickness lu llio family, Alex. 1!. Hotkler, of West Virginia, and Judge Underwood, ot (loorgla, raoiuboi's ot tho tccently appointed Tariff Communion, litvto rooms nt tho Mottupolltau. Justice &tani.ev Matthew, who arrived hero on Saturday, left yustciMayfor New Castle, Now Uampsblre, to Join Ills family, wlicio they will spend tho season. Judcie L. C. IIouk'h rcnouilniitloii is assured. Labi Monday four ot tho largest couutlea In bis Congressional district mot and elected" solid" llouk ilelcgates. In Loudon County, wbero thcro was sorao opposition, tho (.ouvontlon decided byn otoot 00J to 73 to support llouk, PiirsiDEr,T Arthur went out for a drltonlono yesterday nttetnooii. Ho occupied nu men Imionclio and nltinclod mnikodnt lenllou limn citizens who recogulzod him ns hodroolhtougli iho sttects. Tlio Prosldont ns saluted on nil sides, nnd ho rospoitdod by tonllniuilly inlsliig his hat. Ho was vory handsomely dressed, a conspicuous toaturo ot his uttlro bolng tho white lint which ho was nunntly romoMug, Senator Davis, of West Vliglul,i, ro tumul Iioin Deer Park, Md this morning, Ho sajs Hint Ml. W. W. Corcoiun, who ncoom pRUled llio bouator to that pleasant sitmmor risort on baturday, Is mucli Imprnvoili thnt llio chango has alteady douo him much good; that ho cats well, sleeps well nnd Is nolo to wnlknbout tbo hotel. uiiiiciiirn 1,11c. 1 ho lltu ot tho nssassln having boon dlsposod ot according to law, his body will shortly bo disponed of according to the wlslios ot Us owner. In the meantlmo A. Htraus, tho pop ular clothier, HUH Pounsyltanlo, ntouuo, Is inpldly dlsiKisliigot tho most comploto stock ot spring nnd summer ilotlilng over soon In Waalilngton nt prices which would make a miser grin. Call In nnd get nn outut, BODY-CATCHERS AFTEH THC COnPSE OF GUITEAUI II Is l'rolcclcil With Dynnmltf, Iliie'r, nml n NIiirIo Snnlcli lit It lVlll Nnnlcli tlio Nmitclier lliild Jlrmli'il, lis It M'crc 'i'ho Autopsy Mill lip I'lilillslioil To-moi-rniv-Croclirr M'nulR llio C'mlnsor Ito imisctl Ir4)ru tlio lnll- Iicv. Mr. Hicks nnd Dr.Lambwcre f und to clliorntnlu this morning byn Out tidroportor lu tlio Doctor's cozy little office In tho Medical Museum. Dr. Hicks said, 'Tlttceu minutes be fore Outteau'e execution ho called monsido nndnctvously&nldi 'Pleato bo very careful that my bo ly Is not resurrected nnd hawkod about by ghouls. Inui'.ory apprehensive on that point.' "Thnt was about his last worldly speech," said Mr. Hicks. "I assured Mm that I lint mndo nrrnngements tohntohts body burled In tbo Jail building, wlioro no poddlor could reach It, and bo soomoj satlsllod." "Hato you rtcctvod many letters orforlng sums for tho body!" naked tlio reiiortor. "Quito ft number," rospondod tho Divine, "offering sums ranging from f ,V)0J to loo,. 000. Tlioy think I am a poor man, nnd can bn bought, 'then there nro others who know I nm n Southern Ilepiibllcan carpet bagger, nnd make their offers under the supposition that nil carpet-baggers can bo bought. But I don't belong to that wing of tho llejiubllcan patty; I nm impregnable. You can say," conttnuod Mr. Hick, "I havo been npproachod by gon tlemen representing sclontlilc nnd modlcal niusoums In Boston, New York nnd Lclpslc, amlhnvo reeohod loiters from others repre senting tho Koynl College, London, Kng all ot whom ndvocnte their particular Institutions as tlio or o in which Oultenu's body should bo placed." "But you think," remarked tho roportor, " that as tho ment was n national one. nnd Hits Iho national Institution, tho body shoul 1 ho placed hero In company Willi tho other na tional exhibit", wlioro eery ouo can hao nc ccsstotheml" "TUP CiiITir thinks so," said Mr. Hicks, reassuringly, "and tho proposition Is n goo I one- I think It should bo here." "Has Iho body ucon brought heroyct?" naked tho scribe, iu n catch-you-napplug tone. "Ahl"sald Mr. Hicks, wldo-nwako to tho Issue, "It It had been moied auywhero I could ninko no utlornnco regarding It. Do you know tho city is lull ot CllionlN. XIuil.v-SiinHlioi"s nml Ollicrs, and Hint I nm wnlcbod, tlio Jail U watched nml my houso is watcliod. Jiwaer, whllo thoy nro watching mo and tbo Jail, they nro being wnlchcd by keen cj es. "l'urilicr than that," said Dr. Lamb, "tho mnn who attempts to resurrect tho body, ovon f-liould ho llnd It, would bo Instantly blown to atoms. It Is fully protectod bydynamllo." "Yes," put In Dr. Hicks, "nny crank who wants to mcetaultoau had better go fooling around with his body." Dr. Kicks said, "Tho report ot my last ser mou by tho Bnltlmoro .Swi was entirely lncor icct. I mado no roforenco to Outtcnu In It. Tho Pirn's was a wooden report by a woojou man." 'llintosultot tho autopsy will bo published In full to morrow In tho Jtedlr al AVim. Tho microscopic oxnnilnallons now bolng mndo ot tlio assassin's lirnln nro conducto 1 under the superlntendonco of Dr. McConuell, ouo of tho most lellublo medical mlcroscop lots In tho United States. One thlDg Is morally certain, tho transient nnturoot tlio lmprovlsod aux lu which Oultenu's cadaver Is Uldnwny tcmpoinrllylssucli that tho most toulsmolls must soon peri ado tho Jilt building unloss action Is taken quickly, (lonoraiciockoronly granted permission for Its burial thero torn short time, thoioforo It Is sate to Inter that the body will bo spirited away from tho Jail enmo dark night nnd cnrrlod In n vehicle, heavily guarded, to tho Modlcal Museum, where It will bo "bllod down" tor future use. It Is not gonorally kuown that overtnclvoyenrs elapsod alter tho portion ot Booth's neck had been placed lu tho museum betotonny of tho attendants wero nllowod to spent of the cltcumstanco or In nny way refer toll. It Is known Hint n numbor ot body-snatchora fiom different points nro hero "on mischief bent." Among them rumor says tho notorious Dr. Christian, whoso oxplolts In connection n Ith Maud Blown In this city, will bo remem bered, Is hero working tho matter up. AN OUTrtAOE QN THE DISTRICT. Tlio Semite Coimiiorco Commit Ion ItcfiiscM lo Xut tlio VlutM Xiuprosc inriil on tliu ltlscr anil Ilm-bni Hill. Tho Scnnto Commoico Commttloo this morning u fused to put tho Potomio Hats Improicment In tlio Hirer aud Harbor bill. The enmo teportrr qucstloiiod Mr. Ransom as to what he proposed to do lu llio future In regard to tho matter. Ho said that tho "lints had been thero torn hundred years, nnd no lnnn hnd over dared to try to do anything; Hint there was a ring hero known as tho Kid well Bottoms lltng, that had been, nnd woro still lighting tlio Potomnc Hats proposition. Then," fnld tho Eecntor, "the "Vloctors nra divided on tho proposition, but I will endeavor to get Congress to do somolhlng yot. I will submit my report nnd tho oildenco taken by tidy commttteo nnd ask tho bennto to piss a bill looking to the reclamation ot tho Hats." SULLIVAN'S PICNIC. JnniCN I'.lllolt Kiiochcil Senseless l,y tlio Huston Ilriilncr At tho picnic given by tho pugilist, Jobu L, Sullivan, nenr New York, yesterday, tho eporti lug fraternity nasemhlod In largo numbers to witness tho sparring match between Sullivan and James Elliott, tho latter to recelvo $500 It not knocked out by Sullivan lu tour three mlnuto tounds, with a half-mlnuto rest be tween each. MIko Cloary, ot Philadelphia, was referee, Billy Madden seconding butllvnii nnd Clcorgu Norton doing tho eiiti'.'j for Elliott. Iu tho llrst round Sulltvnu raised eevorai lumps on Elliott's face, m tho Bccond knoclio.l him down and In tho third, hitting him smintcly In tlio mouth, knocked lilmlseuseless, nnd ho did not recover for twenty minutes, when ho was taken home. Sullivan gato blm f.'o. . Tho (iiillcnu " Critic." In Older to supply tbo great demand, wo bat oat much cxponso ptlnted nn oxtra edi tion ot I'rlday's Ulustratod Ctttiic, con taining nu account of Iho latol'rosldonrOar Hold's llluess nnd death: also tho history ot thonstnBslnnnd n full nccount ot hlo execu tion, orders by mall or telegraph will bo promptly nttended to. Pnpois tor salo at The Cr.niu counter and by all newsdealers, t'liiiiiitmloio St'liKlel.lt III DlsKi'iicn Commodoro Schufeldt Is In disgrace. Ilo Is not to be court-martialed or suspended, but Is lobotrnusforicd from his present sott berth ou tbo Asiatic Glutton nnd ordered to other duly. It nppears that somo years ngo Oommo doio bcbufeldt wioto letters ouucetulu tho ihaetliyntthoUmprcssot china, Thoso let ters wern rend by Eenntor Sargont during llio ilebnlo In the benato ou tin Ulilneso bill. They crcntid ft sllrnt tbo time, but In tlio ox. clleiiient of oilier mntters which worn pen-Hug wcru lust sight of. Hei-onlly the Cliluonn nu, Ihorlilts leiumd of tho clinrgos nllegod by bcliufeldl, nml lnttuntly demanded his re motnl, or nt lenst hit recall-to tho Unltol Mails. Hociotaiy Chandler has recalled Mm, nnd has, In tho leltor ot recall, reprlniamleil lilm sliniply for Indulging lu gossip of so sciiiidaloiis n nature, 'I ho Hiuy Deimitmeill Vcrslitn. It Is utaled at iho Navy Department today that tho diplomatic mission ot Comma, iloro It. W.bhuteldt to China Is cnmplotnU,nud It Is not necessary to detail another ofllcor to that duly, A few da) s ago n tohvram was to." cclvcdtinmCnmmodoioHhti'olilt staling that ho bad comptoted Ms mission to China, nnd asking to bo placed in command ut tho Asiatic -qundiou. '1 ho naial onidnls mo undoubtedly displeased with his conduct In China, but will notndmlt IhntBUchwng tho cause of Ma re call, secretary Chandler Htntos that tlio point lalccdlu this case, that beciuso Commodoro bhufeldt hail accepted n diplomatic trust ho bad, under llio law, foifelted his position In tho i.avul serilce, was not a good one, and would not bo enforced In Ibis cam). Accoidlng to bis coiibtruulou ot tho law Inuuostlon, it only applied tonpoimaucnt appoluiment 111 llio dlidomatlo sen Ice, Mrs. Paciieco, wlfo of tho licprosctita llie In Congress from California, has nitlto lo coered from her sovoro Illness, she will lento for tho Jersey soacoast lu n tow days (leucinl Pacheca will lento tor tho Pacific son. coast somo time next mouth, Capitol .Voles. f-'enator Garland thinks Congress' will adjourn on Monday, tho 171b, THE CMTIO says nlout the 2.1th. Tbo Pension Appioprlntlon bill will ptolnldy IjoIIio noxt npproprlallon inllcjn aldercd by tbo Beunte, Tho Confcrcnco Commttteo will moct to night nt.d consider the Legislative, I'.xecutlvo and Judicial appropriation bill. Hpicnlntlous on mloiirnmcnt lmvo about censed. Iho prospects are now that tt will lo nearer the lstot August than the 17th Instant, Bmploycs of tbo Homo (per diem) com plain because they cannot get their pay, tho fiiudoutntnhlchtheynro paid having been exhausted, Tho parly of lEcprcsontnttvoi and Sen iors wl n accompanied tlio remains of tho Hon. II. M. A, Ilnw k to their last resting plici in Illinois returned to this city last Mjht, Major Calkins, who accompanied tjio tarty with tlio lcmalns of tho lato Ooneral linn It to Illinois, Is nt litis homo tn Indiana, but Is expected to return hcio to morrow night. Tbo story In circulation that tho miner." tn tho Elk (larden mining regions In West Irglnln liavo struck Is denied by Senator Dai Is, who rcturnod from n visit thero ou Holiday. Ho says tho minors nro nt work as usual nml tho production averages over 1)00 tons dally, It Is (ulto generally understood among; Members ot tho House Hint an adjournment ot tho session cannot be reached before the th Instant, at least. " Wo aro to liavo n week at least. "saldn Momber this morning, "with tbo Sundry Civil bill, nnd thero nro other measures to follow, which n III 1111 In tho rest of tho time," If Senator Hansom wnnts to sccitro tho good w Mot Iho citizens ot this District nnd plnro them under lasting obligations tn lilm.ho will urgo upon the Souato Commttteo of Com. merco the propiloly nnd nocosslty of nn np propriallon tor llio ltlver and Harbor bill tor llio reclamation ot tho Potomac Hats. Senator Oroomcsald to Senator Vanco tbo other day, w hen the latter nskod him what ho had paid for his now straw hat! "Two doll 1M and n half," nnd ndded," That's nil n Unltol Slntcs Henntor (.nil nrfurd to pay for n hat. Only lobbjlsis enn nfford to pay $0 and 3 for lints nnd other luxuries." Vanco smiled. Senator VaucoVi committee, which Ii In vestigating Dr. Mott's rovenuo district lu North Carolina, was to have met this morning, hnt benator McDlll being absent thero was no quorum. Tho chatrmuu ot this committee, basing exhausted his lino of witnesses In tho TnrllcclBintc, hns.cnllod on l'lorlli, Julgo Tin mm Settle,.! Iho U. 8. District Court of that btnte, hnvlug boon summoned. Sumter Vanco has almost despaired of being nolo to show upuny cruokednesa In tho Sixth North Cnrollnn Collection District. Ho wants tho commttteo lo ndjouin nnd spend tho summer nnd early aiitiimu In tho moun tains ot North Cnrollnn lu looking up his wit nessee. Thus far ho has not been nolo to llnd the right ones. Another exodus Investigation nnd n heavy hnul on tho Treasury. An Interesting sight was picsontcd lu tho reporters' gallery ct tho IIouso today. A member ot tho Capitol polleo forco woat nround nnd oxnmlncdench desk-drnwer In tlio gnllory that ho found open. Tills was beforo tho llouso assembled nud long boforo tlio cortespondonls nrilied. Capitol pollcemon weie never known to show such vlgllnnco bo foro. Which of tho members of thn press has ncnii(td)uamlloconccalei? IsKclfcrto bo aesnssinaiou? Tho Semite, Monday, flulshcd up tbo General Deflcloncy ApproprLitlon bill. Thero was no trouble Willi Iho bill until tho lust sec tion was reached, which was a provision to ray tho funeral expenses ot tho Into Presi dent Onrlleld. Atior much discussion an amendment offered by Mr. Cockroll, ro. diiclng tho appropriation from $75,00') to $57,000, and tho amount for medical rervlco f.rom ?S,()0o to $.15,000, was agreed to yeas, .!; nays, U'J. Messis. Ingalts, Itolllus, sauudcrs, bhormati nnd Van Wck Mdcd "Willi tlio Democrats, Messrs. Davis ot Illinois and Jones of Florida votol "no" with tbo Bepubllcnns. On mutton of Mr. Hcnr.nlirovlsowas added reiiulrlngclalm antsto lllontolease, under soal, ot all claims ngalcst tho representatives ot tho lato Presi dent crowing out of said Illness and Imrlnl. 'ilia section prevailed ns nmendeJ, uml tbo till lasted. Tho confcrcnco cominiltco on tbo bill to cnnble national banking nsiuclatlons to extend their corporate o xlstenco lins failed to roauli mi agreement on tho twelltli nud thirteenth sections ot tho bill as It passe-l tho bouate. Theso sections provldo respectively tor tlio Is sunnco ot gold i orttllcat'-s nnd for tho punish ment cf ovcrcertlllcntlon ot national bank checks. Tho principal point In controversy Is uclmiBO cmbinced lutho twelfth section which provides Hint gold nnd Mhorcertlllcn'.oJ, when held by nny national b inking association, shall be counted as pnttof Us Invvfiil resorve, nud Hint no nntlonal banking n.soclatlon Bhalt bo a member of nny clearing houso In which such certlllcates shall not bo recolvnblo lu llio set llementof cleurlng bouso balances. As here tofore published, llio bill, with tho oxcepilon ot llio two sections icfcrred to, lins boon ngrood uiion. Arciort will bo made tn tho IIouso thntlts coiilerreeshavo tailed loagreo with th05onpiiolnled by tho bouatu. nnd It Is proba bio that nnothercuuferenco commltteo will bo appointed. Tho Senate Commltteo on ('ommorca nearly llnlshed yesterday llio consideration ot tho 1th er and Harbor Mil. Au nmoudment was adopted, by a voto otOto 'J, to Increase tho appropriation for tho Improvement of the Mississippi Mi or bom ecu Cairo nud tho head ot tho passes to .",000,000. This adds to tho Ilousoblll Iho it, 000,000 oskod tor by tho MUslcslppl Commission lo closo tho gaps In tbo lovre-s caused by the rccout Hood. Ono million dollars was nUo added to the Houso bill for tho Imptovcmoul ot the Missouri ltlver. Amendments wero adoplod appropri ating $2.)0,C00 tor the Improvement ot tho Benutort harbor and of various rlvors lu Norlh Cnrollnn, nnd $100,000 for beginning tho construction of tlio Hctineplu Canal lu Illinois. Tltonmcndments ma lo by tho Bun uloCommlltco will add to tho blllas Itcxmo fiom tho IIouso about $'.',000,000, making llio total nmotiut to bo npproprluto 1 moro than $111000,000. Tho commttteo hope tn llnlsh llio bill to-day nud report It to tho Ben ato en or beforo Ihuisday. It woul 1 be Inter esting to tho pcoplo it this commltteo would explain what argumontswero brought up to lndueolt toglvollio Mississippi ltlver Com mission n million moro nud to tack the Hen nepin Cannl Job of $100,000 on tho bill nnd leuvo tho Potomac lints out. 'Iho Client Xiilloiuil Smigorfcil. The pnrado t.f tho German singing .oclotlos lu l'bllndolpbln Monday last was a decided success. About Htty visiting societies took part In tho rnrade, composing tho seojnd ot tho.lhreo divisions. Tho procession formed at Horticultural Hall, and alter passing over eomo ot tlio principal streets proceeded to tho depot ot tho Heading Ballroad, where Iho cars wero taken tor Shuotzon Park. Tho picnic nt tho park wns nttended by at least 15,000 poo pie. At 1) o'clock In Iho afternoon thoro was n movo toward tho festival column luthocen Ire ot tlio grounds, vi horo It was understood the prizes to tho vlctois lutho singing con cerlswetoto bo awarded. Assembled lioro, thero was a grand chorus by tho singers, which was followed byn speech from Colonel Mueklolu leeching tho seniod onvclopocou. mining tho awards nt the committee, Mr, II, bchwIng,of Bnltlmoie, being ono ot tho Judges. flrnco 9i, j, Siiuilnv-Scliiinl- GraeoII. 11. Sunday-school had n dcllgliltul rourthyoslotday, notwithstanding tho slot m, 'llicy hud selected tho grovo adjacent to tho SoldleiH" Heme, nnd as soon ns It commenced to rain, upon iho Inv nation ot General bturgls, they nil gatheicd nt llio main building nt tho boldleis' Home, allot which wnsklndlythrown open for their use. Tho llonornl gavo them ouo of tho largo dining iwmis, supplied with tables, clinlis, etc., and afforded ibeiu nvury opimrtunliy for enjovmnnt. It wns a grand dayfor tho children, and ono they will long reincnibcr, nnd whllo ihey enjoyed tho novoi iccnc, the old soldleis licuitweremaleto re Jolco by the Bweot Sunday school songs ot tho children. It wns n bountiful sight to sea tho old velotnns of many battles engaging with the children In their swoet sougsot praise, In tho afternoon eight largo btissoa were soiuout by Mr. Knox, who brought them nit home Iu 6ntoty. I'llllll All'ril.v In lliilllniol-p. Hoveral young lougliswhohnl boon drink ing entered tlio saloon of Patrick Hart', Just boyoud tho northern limits ot Iho city, In Bal timore Couuty,3Cstcidny,aud assaulted llarty, when ho shot nud Instantly killed Daniel Clif ford, ouo ot tho parly, aged '.!. At Iho samo tlmo m. Bakor shot Win, llutherfoid, nnother ot tho ntlncklng party, In the leg, llarty was committed tajnllaud Baker roloased on ball ns n witness ugalnst Unity, ltuthorford v?as nlso ntteetcd nnd committed ns ouo ot tho Holers. Coionei, William (I. Terrell, of Covington, Ky n well known Journalist, Is In the city fur n short tlmo. Ho Is n brother ot Colonel Chnilcn M. Terrell, and ot tho late Lieutenant Thomas Terrell, U, s. N. TJIEBJ11D0KL?UEE1)03L SPORTS A FOURTH OF JULY HEAD Allil.Mni'nllzes ,!llsl hm You lllil -lie I-crlurrt "llio t'rlllrV I'Kly Hen. nto Ilrporlrr, but Thnt lleiillemati Ont-lnlli tho I'scil-np llli-il-ilio Nlivnl Hill l'p In Hie HnusR-Tlio Ilolllilny till I in In IlieHeiiilte Cup. Ilul Notes. Tin: Cmtio Btolo early Into Its seat this morning In tho IIouso reporters' gallery, anil placing lis hands upon its toverol brow wished that tbo fourth ot July had been dry Instead ot wet. In fact It was about tbo dampest day tho tcrlbo hal ever known, idle thus burled lu diop nnd dismal thought tbo I'nglo bad been overlooked, but soon mado himself known by piping out; "Hal hal ou look all broko up this morn ing, friend came, and I liavo no sympathy forjott." Astonished and startled at tbo bird's remark tbo scribe vc-turc J to nsk i "Why, carnivorous bird" "Becniuo I'm, In tlio same llxi Just look nt me." Glancing over tbo rail a critical Inspection of tlio Eaglo cloiotoi cd tlio tact that ho ha I bccn,ns 11 woro, banged, battered and bruised, "Why, how li ttilsT What muss liavo' you been Into ngalnl" "No muss) yosterdny was tho day when I toareil. iBoatcdloohlgh. I tried to keep up with The Clinic's start nnd Ignominious!) fnllcd. It's nil very well, 1 supposo, for you fellows to have n holiday, but I hopo they will llx ou somo other dny besides llio l'eurtli. Tho fact Is I couldn't keop up with tho prooos Hon. My feathers got wet enrly lu the dny nud I couldn't Ily. lilt Into the House early this mcinlng, nud wns dozing when you catno In." "I'm very sorry," said tho scribe. "Oh, you needn't be; but I siy, that ugly cuss jou'io got over thero lu the Senate In Eiilled mo tho other dny, Ever since ho broko up tho W lndom whisky commltteo ho has been pulling ou nlrs. I woiithlmtoloavomonlouo. "All right, filend, you shan't bo disturbed nny longer." "I'll tell you n good piece of nows; thero Is golrgtoboh 1 here when tho Sundry Civil bill conies up, moro thnn there's been this winter; that's nil I can sny to you; be on hanl and look out for It. Hero comes Keller nnl oureonversntlon mustccaso for tho day;" nnd tbo Eoglo bnlauclng himself let his heal fall on his breast and wns soon sleeping olt tho effects ot tho glorious Fourth. Ihero wns barely n quorum present when the clcik concluded tho reading ot llio Jourunt ot last Monday, bam llnnuall and Mr. llod, ot Maine, wore among thn noivcoineri, nnd ii en iiuuuii, ui -uiir) inuii, jusi tcmrnou rroni n picnic on thu Enstern Shore, crept lu closo behlcd them lis though ho felt afraid Hint somo comment would bo mndo ou tho Hushed nppenrnucoof his 11030. l'rod vr.as frightfully sunburned, lleprescntnllvo l'.obeson, ot Now Jersey, vns early on tho scene and attrnctod somo nttintlon by his numerous Intcrilows with membeis ou both sides ot tho hall, Tlio vrncrablo Alexander Stephons, with n Hew pnlr of embroidered slippers nud a now haircut, turned up early In his perambulator ns fresh nsn daisy, nud rolled from point to point conversing wllh animation, evidently about his piospccts torsocurlug llio noxt gov ernorship of Ueorgla. Emory spoor nnl B. John I.llls nppcarcd In new sulti of clothing, thofeiiner'n being ot n noat browu nud tho latter cf Confedernto gtny.lVarlous corrections ct tho J.'eccul woro uskedtorby Messrs. Ellis, Cat Uslo and others. Theso were so numerous that an linpieslon was created that thooiu clal reporters started In ou their Fourth ot July celebration on Monday. Vtlieii this business had been dlstosel or, Hint clinrd's resolution, lutr-rilucod last Mon day to npproprlato $100,000 tor a public building ut blueveport, La , was calle 1 up, Mr. Burrows, of Michigan, desired that tho gentleman explain Iho necessity for such n building1. Mr. Blaucharil, ulio was oildoutty mnkltgn vlgciot.s light fur a fund to back up his own campaign, proceeded to oxplaln, bat his explanation lacked foice, and Burrows, wholuis quite recently set himself up ns a re former, proceeded 10 nttnek tho measure with not n Ilttlo florconces. Ho did not think tint iho building should cost over 1,0 I ) nt the highest. Atler considerable gassing on both sides, tellers were ordered on the pnssngjot the bill. Tho showing ot gentlemen who wanted public buildings wns good, but nn quorum voted, nnd ltns some tlmo beforo it wnn secured, By a very small majority the bill was pafsed. Several bills to amend tho statutes with ret crenco to taxation wero Introduced. tnomoiuliig hour, on motion ot Mr. ItJbe soc, otNow Jersey, wns dlspensol with, nud tho Houso icrolvcd Itself Into Commltteo of tlioWholo nnd took up tho Nnvnl Appropria tion bill. The question ot reconstructing tho Navy w.a3 tho moBt piomlnent theme ot discussion. HoLceou, Harris nnd O'Neill, of tho Naval Com mittee, mndo strung speeches favoring tho complellonof tho unlliilshed monitors. Tlio prospect, howev er, for ltnlshlng thoso inonl torsorot building now ones appoars not to be very eneouinclnir. Tlio mailer w-ns still un. dc 1 d lecusslon when this report closed. J--M'liutn I'roc'ceilliiUfS. Tho Eagle, that proud bird ot liberty that belongs nttbo other lido ot tho Capitol, von Hired 01 cr lo tho Sennto end again to-day, Just niter tho House got to work, nnd procooded to glvo The Critic scrlbo somo moro ot hla Jibes. TheF-igto'sc)Cs gavo him nwny; they toldu talothat was moro sorrowful than lan guage could paint. Ills eyes aud head showed coucluslicly that ho bad boon cut to some country Fourth of July picnic, and ho sought revenge by boring tho Senato Critic scribe. Ho began thus; "Llto Is n grand, sweet poem till wo nro dead and on our bier, aiul then ho began to moralize by telling tho scribe to bo temperate In all things; not to follow tho oxample ot our benutorlnl etntcsmou, "for," oald he, "you seo tlio llx my eyes nud head aro lu to day. I went out with somo ot thorn to help them out. Sen my llx. 1 don't know how I look, but I feel 'as though I had been to an Irish wako." ".to, but jou tuld that 'llto was a giand, sw eet poem.' " "It Is if jott will but at old tho association ot pollllclnnis and In this connection I dcslro to glvo ) ou somo adv Ice, Mr. cittTie man." "how, lock here, Mr. Bugle, you aro drunk nnd Tin: ciutio don't want nny ot your nlvlco. Go back to tho House, w lioro you belong, and glvo thoso fellows over there, with whom you aro permitted to associate, your adi Ice." " hy do you thus treat me, my Critio friend " said tho Eagle, Imploringly. "Becnuse,tho llrst place, our llio la not n grand bw eet poem, It Is a terrible dime novel from ono week's end to another. And sec ondly, thn Senate CRITIC scilbo nover gets dendon bis 'beer.' noi Imagines that hols 'somo waving sunflower,1 or 'meek roso iu a book of poems,' or somo 'babbling brook' or 'shining star." Nix, Mr. Baglo; I llvolntho lurid light of romance nnd bloody deods lu which duns, with cheeks ot brass, nnd nrmal Willi long bills nro the principal criminals, and It would never do at all to make n state ment that I wcro doadonmy 'beer,' It would cnuse my best gill to return nil my leiien. aud my photograph, una then hci pa might call on mo v- llh a bread-board aud a hunk of llnibui gcr (hclMi nnd, whulo blazes 0:11 of nm toi trilling w Ith the nffccilensot " "Stop," cried llio Bugle, "I will go nnd nevei tioublo )nu more, -lioso Inst tow w.irln vt yours scttlo It. Tnlk nbout you wllh thin phi of yours Hilling with thu arfeciluus ninny womnul As well tell me Hint Ciiuiit Bliss Is nu honest man and Inn ) er, or that tho Whisky Hug wnnui)ih! I go." And tho Fugle lelt, Thnt Is Iho bird that has been plavlnc llieloleot the Liglo for iheso last few months. Tho Journal ot M inlay was read nnd np ptoved. Mr. Fr) 0 presented a memorial from oltUous 1 1 Maine, nuking fui n commissioner ounur thnnt inailne. Mr, Fryo said ho did not know where lu send fho petition, boeauso Oongroa 1 seemed lo tako no interest In tho morcautllo Interestsot Iho United bmtes. It was. referred to tho llunuca Committee, liiiiiiiillteo itrpoi'lN. By Mr. Vest, from Public Buildings and Grounds, n Houso bill to elect a public build ing nt Dallas, Tcxns, Passed. By Mr. llonr, fiom Claims, favorably, H. llifll, tor tbo icltct ut Agues W. nud Sarah J. Hills. By Mr. Jones, ot Nevada, from tho Commit tco to Audit nnd Control llio Coutlugent Ex pentcB ot tho bennte. II, ltes, 11. uuthorl. Ingthonppolntmont ot Humphrey II Lemui upon tho Capitol p llco forco; passed, Tim llnlllility Claim. Mr, Cameron, of Wisconsin, moved lo laka up tho bill fur tho rollof ot Hen Holllday out sido Iho Anthony rule. Mr. Plumb moved lu lay that motion on tho table, 'thu yens nnd nn)s were had nnd resulted In yens, 'J J, nays, .0. Tbo question then teeutred ouIr. cun eton's motion, nnd the yeas nnd 11a) s were ordered nnd 111 vrtodrjyoa mil til nay, Mr, Plumb then mired to inelpono until Monday next, Mr, Cockroll to postiiono to the sec did Mm lay of December. Tlio toll was called on Iho last motion, nud tho motion lost by a vote ot -1 to .0, nml tho question recurred on Mr. Plumb's motion, which was' lost by tho nimo voto which Indicates that thn bill has frlonds enough In Iho Scnnto to pans It, Mr, Butlor moved to pustpono until Frllay nexl. Lost. Mr. Iluller then moved to post 1 0110 until Tuesday noxt. On this motion Mr. lngalls said that It wns evident that tho minority wns resorting to nilhusterlng to 111 sent tho couslderatlcnot tho bill. Ho had no objection to than it wns their right; but ho noted they would let Iho bill bo c usl lured, for It was of I urnmouitt luterest to tbo claimant, Mr, Butler's last motion was list, yet tho fliends ot tho bill wcro unnbln to get tt IhI ire tbo Senate. Mr. Dnvls (West Virginia! sal lit wns nlllllostrango Hint the bill was Always biought bcforothoBoiintoJuat nt Itscl w, et Itwasnfnct. Mr. Cnmu oil. seeing Unlit was lmpisMblotoeet his bill up, consented ti Its going over until to-morrow, Mr, Plumb gavo iiotliothntho would niitagonlze the bill to morrow, II, 11. i;fi70, to moioerfectually punish house breaking lu tho District ot Columbia, was passed. Tho morning hour having oxplred, and the benato resumed Iho consideration ot the bill to establish a uniform system nt bankruptcy, Mr. lngalls said It was evident that nothing could In dono nt this Into day with Hie bill. Ho would, therefore, movo to mako It tho sKclal order for tho seconl Wolnesday lu December rcxl, nt 1 o'clock, Agrepd lo. The Sennto procoedod to tho const leratlin ft tho bill establishing tho Territory ot Pem bina, nnd providing a temporary government therefor. JVomliintlous To-iluy. The President sent tbo following nomina tions to tho Sennto to-dnyi Lieutenant Colonel Charles C. Keeney, Sur geon, to bo Colonel and Buigeon. Lieutenant Colonel John F. Hoad, Surgeon, lo bo Colonel and Surgeon. Major Joseph I). Brown, Surgeon, to bo Lieu tenant Colonel and Burgeon. Major D. L. Mngrudcr, Surgoon, to bo Lieu tenant Colonel nnd Surgeon. Major Charles Pnge, surgeon, to bo Lieutenant-Colonel nnd Burgeon. Corps nt BnglnecrB Lleutnnaiit-Colonet C. S. btewnrt, Colonel; Llouleunut Colonel Oha. II. Blunt, Colonel; Mnjor Orlando M. Poe, Lieutenant Colonel; Major David C. Houston, Lieutenant. Colonel,- nddlllunnl Second Lieu tenants to bo Second Lieutenants, Oscar T. Ciosby, Lansing II, Bench, Second Lletitcunnt Thomns Il.Dungan, Tenth Cnvnlry, Second nontenant Third Cnvhiry. Second Lieutenant Samuel Hodmamjr., Fifth Artillery, Second Llotitonant First Artillery. Second I.leutennnt Kit-hard W. Young, Third Aiilllcry, second Lieutenant Firth Artillery. Second Lieutenant WoodbrlJgo Ooiry, Nino! teenth Intnntry, Bccond Lieutenant Nine teenth Infantry. Major John 0. Tldbnll, Bccond Arttlliy, Lieutenant Colonel Thiol Ailtllery. Caplnln Samuel H. Blden, First Artillery, Mnjorbecond Artillery. llrstLleutenautJ. W. Dlllenback, First Ar tillery, Captain, second Lieutenant Adam Slakcn, First Artil lery, First Lleiitonnnt. To lo Paymasters, with tho rank of Major Captain Dcwllt C, Poole, ot Twenty second Infantry, nnd First Lieutenant 0. It.sniltli.ot Twellli Infnntiy. A DAISY DIVORCE CASE. 1 lint Charles I'. Niiusci- Cliai-Rcil Jlls lie aVIIIi-Coiinler Cliui'Ki's. Jusllco Hagncr to dny grautod Charles F. Sawyerdlvorco from tho bonds ot matrimony with Mntllo F. Sawyer. Tho bill was Mod by C. Maurice bmllli, ns connsel Juno S, 1881, nml sols forlh that tbo parties wero marrlol In tlilBDlattlct August 15. 1871, by F.ev.J, C. llnnkln, ct tho Congregational Church. Ho charges that tho committed ndullcry.at dlrers times, wllh l'otcr W. Hoblllzoll, nn employo ct tho Baltimore k Ohio Itnllroad Company, between tho 1st ot August, 1877 and the 1st ot Nov ember ot tho tamo year, In the Washing, ton House, corner ot llilrd Btroct nnl Pouii s ) lv nnla nv cuue. nnd nt tho bonrdlng-liouso ot Caplnln Adam Fisher, No..!I17 I'our-aitd-n halt elicit noiihwost. between Anrll 1. lsrrt. and Mnrch.l, 187(1, nnd nt tho Continental Hotel wltlithosnnio patty, between March 1, 1S7II ami April 1, lb7 Also, that Iho wife committed ttdiiltory with I'.cuben lloss, e-fNow iork,nttho Contliieutal Hotel, In tills city, belweon March 1, 1K7D. nnd April 11. 1B7K. Also, Hint sho committed adultery with onu Bruuu, an Indlau, from the Indian Territory, lu loom No. 11, Wash, ingtoii House, botween December, 1S30 nud Mnich, 1881. Intl.o wife's answer, Med Julys, 1S31, sho doutcd that the complnluunt hud been n true nud faithful husband, and nveno I that ho lmd committed adultery between May, 1877, nnd June, 1S81, vrltli ouo Mrs, Nottlo Hur bridge, nu cmplo)eo In tho Pension bureau. Shodenled hnvlng committed adultery with nny of Iho panics charged, but clalmod that Bbo had bceun vlituous nnd talthtul wife, willing to condonotho past orfencesot her husbniullt ho would abandon his relations with Mrs. burbrldge. bho further runted that (,'arrlo Sawyer, whom her husband had llvod with ns his wife, sho found was still living, nnd hH wife under tho lnws of tho btnto ot Now York, where inty unci uvea together, but llio tact wns un known to Iter when tho defendant niarrln I him. Iu October followlug sho Mod a cross-bill pro) lug for r. dlvorco from him, un tho grouu 1 Hint ho wns mnirled nt Charlenowu, Mass, July ill), IhOll, byDnnlel William", a Jtistlco e f llio pence, to Cnrtlo M. Hoyt, of lielolt, W Is , who was still Ui Ing, nnd from whomhojiitl not been divorced. In tbo nnswerof tho husband to this charge, Med November 'Jl, IbSl, ho denies Dint he was lawfully married to Carrlo M. Hoyt. In March, 188'.', the Husband Bled nn union lu I I otlllon chnrglng that hli wife committed adultery wlthninncusL'. Olds nt tlio Wnshlng ton IIouso during July nnd August, 187K, Sep tember mid Octobor, lSSO.niul January, Feb rimy nnd Mnrch, 1881; nlso, that oho com mitted adultery w ItU Napoleon p, lll.ackstoue, nulndlnnot tho Choroko Nation, Iadlau Ter ritory, at tho Washington House, during tho months ot Januaiy, Februaty aud March, lbSl, nnd In tho parlor of tlio hotel in Fobru nry, 1881; also, tho name crlmowlth lleubeu ll.llass, nt tho snrao hotel. In May, Juno, July, August, September, October', November nnd December, I87, and at oil assignation houso known as tho Hovcti nouse, on second street, between l'ouns' Iranla nvenuo nnd a strnot uortliwest. In lha llouth of December. 1S71I. nrd January, February, March and April, Iu her nuswersbo denied all theso charges nnd disclaimed nny kuowledgo of the Do, von Houso bclrg used for Improper purposos; did retbelleio It xras, and that tho person who kept It w as au old friend nud ac'iunlntanco of llio 1 lnlntttr. SERIOUS CHARGES. Alll'tro'l llmtiil Trrnliiieiit or III iiinlcs of 1111 Orphan Asylum. August Herring, a mlddlo-agod German, a en enter by trade, living at No, 01 o strc.t, wns ut iho Polleo Court this morning tor tho pin isise ct procuring w nrranls ngalust (leorje Ureltlnrth, aillreclorot iho German Orphan Asylum, and Schwarlzman; nu employe ot tt.olnsilliillon. Mi, Ilerilug alleges that two ut Ms sous, who lime been hoarding at tho orphan asylum sluco the death ot their mother, liavo Leon subjected to great cruelly nnd brutnllty; that the) bnvo been compelled to do Improper Inbor and nrdtious work ot n nature Hint lins Impaired their health; thai on ouo occasion oneet his sons was pulled by tho ear with such force that It was almost torn from his lu ud. Mr. Herring ta)S that August, Ids youngest son, nbout 1-ycats of age, wns directed to do somo woik In tlio houso on Monday, aud be tcio finishing II wns iiillod to tho stable whoio a msu named bchwnitzmau tllreotod him to clean llui stable, nnd when tho boy replied Hint ho wns ongai'cdol8owherc,8chwarizmaii followed blm Into iho houso and kicked Mm down stnlis nud bent him brutally. Herring tut thcr charged that Mr. George Brultbartli bent his son Hi tho Ineo fur boiuo disrespect. Cnptalu Prince ngreod to lssuonwarrauiiguln8t Schwailzmnn, but declined to do so against Mr. Urelibarih until tho boy .should mako n tweru statement, lloillilillK I'P. Ji bn Alfred Junes nud Josophlno blunts, both ct Piliieo George's County, ltd. Georgo William Thomas nnd Sarah F. Day, bulb, ot Prlneo George's County, MJ. Dcnlamlu Franklin and Mary J. cnopei. Ktigeno s. Gray nnd Elizabeth Divcn, both nt Lnnrel, Md. John II. Iicbso nnd Mary T. Borger. lin L. Anderson nnd Llzzlo Bovle, both ot Manchester, Vn, W llllam T. Ploreo and Ida M, Tnylor. Lloyd Smllh nnd Cnthorlno Wilkes. Cornelius lloblnson nnd Annlo hclsou. The Polleo Department and District employes received their Juno salaries to-day SUMEN STEAMEK. A TATAL EXCURSION OH THE OHIO. D.xciiislou Mi-nniers Collldo nml lire Cnhl Main or Hip Ileiiutirul Illvei Carry llio t'nliitppj- I'assongforM Kiihii lo Iirnlh Ms) ol iho Denil llhoi''loli'Krnplilo .Veni Iroin All I'urls ol thu XVorlil. Mixoo, Ohio, July Ii. Tho namos of, tho lost ly tho sinking of tho steamer Scloia.nsfaras nsrcrtnlncd nt this hour, nro ns follows 1 Captain Thomas and sou Elwnrd, Tho Indies wcro found nt Brilliant, threo mile 1 below. Louis Harper, Blownrt Plpper, Willie II nth, Charles Davidson and Joo Connors, nil boys. It Is reported that four of tho Wollsvlllo band nro missing; nlso, ono or two deckhands. It Is I1111 risslblo nt this tlmo to glvo tho names olll.e tnPslug. i:iglileen Lives I.osl. Mixrio Junction, Onto, July 5 It Is oitl mated that eighteen lives wcro lost by tho sinking cf tlio stenmer Sclato. Hut Iho tMat will not exceed twenty. .nobodies of David Foyoard stownrt Plpor, rt WellAvllle, bavo Just beou found; nlso tho b dy of 11.11. Ilenrdmore.ot East Llverpubl. Tho body of n Iwyby tho nnmoot Smith, tt Blcubeuvllle, hnsjust boon rccovorod. Tho Arrears Itont lllll. LOMiox.July 5. Mr. (llndstoue.ln moving tho cor.stderntlon ot tho Irish Arrears Itont bill, stnted that tho surplus church fund, out ot which tho bill proposos tho land-owners shall bo reimbursed, now nmountol to AliO0O,(Ji)O, nnd It that wns notonoughn eon BOHdntrd fund now amounting to 500,000 would bo used to mako up thodollcloucy. . J'lobablj- l'alnl Explosion. LrwisTo.v, ME., July 5.-Somo boys woro Ida) lug wllh powder in tho houso ot Mrs. snowies mi. morning on Hammond street, wheu nn explosion occurred. Mrs. Knowle nnd two sous, Georgo and Joseph, ltlchirl Lighten and an unknown lad wero injured seriously thnt physicians say all nvo will prob ably die. Opoi-jiIoiis Humeri- BT. rTi nsnuno, July r,. The opora houso In this city has been destrojed by lire. Tlio llntr.es broko out during tho pciformance, but fortunately no ono wns killed. Boveral per sons weio Injured, howover, nu-1 thero woro several nnrrow csenpes from death. Tho scenory nud wnrdtobes wcro entirely do-btrojed- Thc.v Toiik Their I'ourtli. COKConp, Mass., July B. There has been a rebcllllonln thostnte prison slnco yesterday morning, tho com lets yelling, filnglug, cheer ing nnd breaking tho furniture in tho c -Us. Thowoikshopsnro closed. Tho cnuso ot tho outbrenk wnn tho refusal to nllow tlio custom ary Fourth cf July recrenllon owing to'lnsub crdlnntlon. No violence wns ntlempte f. l'li'o In lliislon. Uctox, July n. A nro this morning lu tlio buildings 11 to ID Federal street cau-ed a dnmogo of 15,000, divided nmong Davis It Windsor, iinpurteiK! Daniel btnntord, wool; Pulslfer, Jordan & Wilson, pnper; O- amlllln, W)mnn k Co., printers' supplies, and J. P. Fhigg k Co., pipes. Insured. IV HI liullil An. lion. Nnvv York, July ",. Tho Highland .1 miction Bnllrund nnd Bridge Company, whoso bill for a bridge over Iho Hudson nt Cornwnll, Gover nor Curncll votoed, eny Hint they will bull,! llio brldgo anyhow, as they long ngo socurol tho 1 assago ot another net to tkosame effect. Aiiotlivr l'ool (lone- I'AMKAro, N. J July .". Alexander Koegau, n printer, nged ill, being rctu"cd mnrlngoby Miss l.muin Lench, grnuddniighterof n licit tesldcntof Pnmraio, shot himself In the left breast nt Bendwny, In front ol herliousMn ,ntctlug a fntnl wound. tin-lit llrllnlii nml Ilirypt, LOMiox, July n. A enll ct the British ro- scrveoisuuwimmiiient. air. DIlkoaiinotiucM In tho Comn.oi s that tho British Heot at Alex andila hnd been sent fresh Instructions tj meet nny c mergeucy. llnsllllllrs Alioiit to lleelu. Locox, July B- Prlvnto telegrams from Alexnndiln lepiesent tho situation there si strnlned that n collision is unnvoldnble. II is tllllles aro expected to commoueo to-morrow. I'rrinnltirn Ilplosion. CLF-vrnxp, 011:0, July 5. In 11 prematura dlsclmrgocf lire-works In Iho presence ot Htty Ihoiimi.d 1 eoplo Inst night, Councilman Vnn Tuts w pndly Injured. Xllcil In nn Irisiino Aslnin, Di.Ti'-oiT, Mini., July 5. -Dr. I. K. Blng, a iciopcrunco lecturer, nnd formerly a pastor In AllighenyClty, Pa, died nt Wnyne lnsauo Asylum, ut ncuto lunula. 'Hip Won Vmli Slrlke. Nlw Yiiiik, July n. Thero Is nothing new In tho freight hnndlers' f-trlke. The stilkers havo J'J.OOO ahead, contributed by Mer chants. Mir Shot Her lift nil or. Nl.WORi.rvNs, July n. Ruth Ford, a hand. icmo tuuiittte, shot nud killed Louis Dinger, her former lover nnd bctinyoi. Itoiiinl-lIoiiHu llurnoil- Montiii AL, July 5. Tho lound'houso ot llio Southeastern Itnllroad was burned tc-liy. Less, $1110,000. Nlnlihril lo Dpiilli. LeiMiox, TENN-, July .1. - Chnrlos Kolso stabbed Jnmes Mitchell to death yesterday. 'llio Cliiii-nii-flncl nt tlio Mcliiictzeu Purl;. Tlusiii.uunl picnic ot llio Clan-no-Gael ut tho bcliuor.cn Park en Monday night was n de cided success in ovory respect. A vory largo number, representing ovory clomout ot our clllzcus, was present, and Ml enjoyed them selves to the utmost. Tlio games wero on tested spiritedly, tho wlnuers In tho principal ct which wcro James Fogarty, boys' rocoiT. Flcemau, men's roco; John Carroll, tat mon'.s men; Ed Harry, standing high Jump. Iu tho blcdgo throwing thu two lending contestants werun He, aud tho football match, botnoen tho Ban nnd West, alio: a hot contest ot over nn hour without a victory on cither hide, ended in a draw owing to tho Lateness ct tbo bout. During tho danc ing lutermlsslou Captain Cunduu Introduced the lieu. W L. Lobiuson, ot Now York, who sjokolu bis usual eloquent nud outhuslnsllo bijIo lorovcrnn hour, nml was prescntel nt tbo coutluslonct bis address with a lin.nl II cent Iloinl wronlh byMlsslMneeu, nt llm Li dtes' Iiud Lengue. Tho festivities la3to 1 uu 111 1 n, 111., when nil present turned homeward. Tho follow Ing nro tho committees lu charge ot tlio MTnlr 1 -lames 1 lant, chairman; E. Hannau, frccielnry; J, Flannngnn, troasurei; general ccmniltuo of nrrangements, Judges James Bellow, J,J, WhltonndCnarlos C'.Oodfrey; T. Ilresiinu, chulrmnn gnnies committee. M. V. Tlctney, mnsttr of ceremonies, assisted by Sergeants liny and McOee, Bl)ii O'Mo u-o nn 1 oihers. Jnmes 1'ogntiy nud B. Curtlu wero ea talus of the I sit nnd West toot-ball clubs. I'lllillClll I'olnts. Tlic Hon. John A. (lilmor was loiiomi noted by tho Democratlo convention for Judge ot tl.o l'lffli District ot North Carolina yestor dny. Senntor Vt9t,of Missouri, ns ilosctilioil by tbo ClilcagoViifVr-Octau "has nlwiys beeuu lock-rooted-moss-bnck-ilte-lu-lhe last dllch-nud-won't gti-to lionveu unless tlierel.-a Petuo cmltc ninjoilly-llicro Bourbfin," Hon. Chnttnccy P. Black, tho Demofratlo cnndldnto for Lleiitonnnt Governor of IV-nn-s)lvnnlo,wns senuindod nt Ma homo 111 York e n bniutday. Mr. A. B. Fnniuhnr, n prominent ltcpubllcnn, nnnouncod his puriswe to supjiort Mi.Dlnck, nud udilsed other ilepublloans to do tho tamo. Tho Chicago Tt m - pronomiros Sonutor Pendleton's epeecli ou iKilltlenl nssowments "tliobnrniiBitoot tho partisan phartsea who pu claims the sintulnossot his adversary nnd thnnks God, while his soulyonrns for 1111 op jioituully to commit tho same sin, that lie Is holler lliau that w lekod (Ho) publican," The other itny a vindictive, and eoro bended Vlrgtuln Bouibon was lndulglug lu v cry severo and strong language against bna. torMnhounnml thoodltorot tho A'aiono' .V mlillcwt, when ho wns suddenly caused to halt byn llcndjuster, who hnd stood It as long ns bo could, by placing a list ot llvo lingers under his left Jnw nud 00. It soothed the Bourbon's temper, who left to medllnto whether ho hn I not better liavo his law nnd oyo teadj listed be foro going back to Old Vlrgluln, Tlio TiotlliiK uml l'nclnfe Mnllnco at Iho Fair Grounds was postponed yosterday on account of tlio weather until to-inonotr nt iho samo hour, Tram leaves H, & 0, depot nl 11:30 p.m.