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vCENT5 FOURTEENTH TEAK. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1882. NUMBER 4,178. 2 The Okitio. VENTy stnKHAVVNsra.i mo iH a? HOT..V OvlU U poBuvtp oq 101! HI tt ipHAV 'saAO'iD aim no i jyirtoxa co -avjcstsro c: ox fHIV.!H NAVOCI no ki t-aoon ti v no NOIXVJLaOdlAII nvd MOJ K001I HHVK Oi ZTIKO HSTO OlI jbiononaaa .hsxhiski kvw jiooii nuixK'-t lino u.mo tivhs :t.v ISUTBSjL'Ba! V39 oav 'tJUUOd 886 'imm 2? wiiyJj SPECIAL NOTICES JWSF AT j) i-ct bii AfKwa, loio r street. y-, STOCKHOLDERS' MBETINO. X1Q) Tho undersigned, a majority of the cor porators of the "Maryland Mica Mining Coin 1 any," hereby git o notice that a general nieotlnir of the stockholders ot said company will be held at thoolnceorJohnll. Wee. No 1517 l'ennsyl xanla at enue nortliw est. In the city ol -Washing-ton, H. I'., on Monday, Iho :ith day of July, Hi! nt lo o'clock In tho forenoon, to elect a board of directors, make by-laws, and transact other hull i.c necessary for tho co '"JVr.MOIlE, JUILH XI. jll.J-i J3lg,. 1 1 r.Nltt M. liAKHTt. JJO-I.BPKCIAL NOTICE. All special assessments and general taxes duo prior to July 1, H7, can now ho paid at alt per cent, interest. All hlds put In my bauds for re duction and pa ment will he paid In tho ordor re ceived and tholargest dlieount allowed. irll Im 1- V. WlUl'AKrcu. ax tustroet. --BJMPOnTANT TO DELINQUENT TAX- The Benato has concurred Inthellouso bill re lating to arrearage, or apodal and Uencrnl taxes duo prior to July 1, 1379, and heducino inthimmt piiom ten to six j.jju ci:nt without penalties or costs, If paid before NOVEMUimi, 1S3J. All property owners Interested will llnd It to their advantajZQ to call at once, liavo tholr tax bills corrected nod sat oil discount lUBettlooicut. WM. DIOKhON, Ileal l.stnto Agent. JjlOCt 2 Tour and a half street n. w, -gyA OIIANOB FOR TAT MHN. Professor John C, Collins, now located nt the Ilnj ard House, comer of It nlh nnd II streotl.w III he heie for the summer, and ho oilers the fnt wen n spit ndM opportunity to hato their limit reduced. Ho has a peculiar method .of physical training which will tend to reduco flesh, ondnt tho same time It does not Interfere w Ith catlniror t he usual modo of llle. rrofissor Collins w 111 glvo lessons In Indian club exercising, hoxtn? and wrestling collar and elbow, Greek and llomnu fitj lea and Lancaslilro fashion, catch as cati It can; tciius moderate and sitlsractlon guaranteed. Jis tin W--V-T. Z. HOOVER, PRIVATE DETECTIVE. l'lonipt.conndentUlnnd reliable , , , . '1 eleplione connection cat 0 Paul Uelnlcln, drug (.1st corner Mnth nnd P sts OMco hours, nt home, No. 1113 Mnth st ,7 to 8 n in. iT" -,-TiAxnns. rUHNAOES, LAlllOflKS. IVtft Illfw TM.H ilAt'Jt 1 IUI I'HrtUiia 1'AH-Oll OllAThS. UAa riXTUHKS, KTO. EDWARD CAVERLY & CO., Jlllltf 11.15 NI.W YQftK AVKS'UK. JhOy-Dlt. S. D. MUNOASTEU, Surgeon Dentist. OOlco with Prof, llodgkin, cor, Muth nnd II sts. n. tt Teeth extracted with or w Ithout anaesthetics, lu) U-pOF INTEREST TO t!0USrR3. HULL VAPOR COOK STOVES, Always ahead. The Pioneer of all for Ktcellency oud Superiority. Newest Varieties and Largest Assortment. Do not suffer any longer from heated homes, but make them cool and pleasant by tho use of ono of Hnu'a Vapor Uoolc Btovcj. rurcBt Oosollno for Bale, Hefrlgeratorj'Way Down In l'rlce. Remember the Bole Agency, SIMPSON & GUY, InM loos rriNNA. Avn &" FANCY DOTTLES, TOILET ABTIOLE8 Wit. B. KNTWIBLK'S PHAItMAOr, CJorner Twelfth Street nnd nsylvani Ayenno PPHE DItUOB AMD IfMIOAia, gpNOTIOH TO TUB PUBLIC, I wish to call tho attontlon of all persons to my Improved patent horso shoe, with moveable toes nun heels, the best and most durable shoe ever Invented, 'lhU shoo can be semnttho storoof Ilryail it Dro , on l'emm. ave.. het. Otlt and7tll ets,n.w. Alleipertsare reiucsted to closely ex amino this Invenllou. T. W. MUnpIIY, Ilorsehoer, pi 9 0 I Cl street northwest. --uaiiow is Yonn time to obt JflW AWMIMia, and IIAIRLETT, 817 MAHKET 8PAOE, the man to make them, Mildew-proof Htore Awnings a specialty. Make )our houses com fortable by pultliijrjwwliidowawnlnqri, niylllm .IllOtl RAILIHOS A SPECIALTY- A Neat Wrought Iron TAItK I'ENCE of one-hall Inch Iron, put up comploto at 60c. per foot, Alaoatl inlacelunoouslroaworlt. OEO, Will TEA 00, pirS2 4fla Mulno avenno wouthwest, )jgpTAXPAYE118 SAVE YOUll MONEY, llefore paying Special Assessments nail at No, 411 act enlll at. ll. w,, Hooiitl. Uinsultatluu free. QUlto lioiir9a.lij1tojJi ra, ail 1 7 y m tn 8 p in, -iOEORan IIYNBAL, JP. , DESinES TO S conviy to his mends and the nublla nenerally his gwteftil acknowleJittuon) of their jnany kind expressions of sympathy, lie Is now busily engaged In repalrlm; damages caused by tho late 111 e, and expous shortly to have hi, plate nt business more attractlvu than ever. Ills atui e, 419 Bevcnth street, h now open, and ho Is ready nnd able to fill orders promptly. np-3 WSj-anAI HAI HAI WE STRUCK A I1IO KISu bonanrn In getting tho agency fur the Ocean Queen clgnr, for they aro guarantee '1 to bo ncknr JIaann piled te. cigar, at tho California cigar htoro, lull l'enusylvaiila n euuo. H. sickle, proprletori nolo agent for the noted brand. Jufi - IP YOU WOOI.D AVOID OHILLH AND fia) Veyers, Ague and fevers, utllous Vevtrs ai dother dlsrasis Inel lent to the season, take UKUWNINOH UIl'lEltM and you will nuoly w cape them, DUOWNINQ B BITTE119 havo been lu ose for over tw elveyiars. and no person was ever known to haechilht or bilious leiM while udng thene Itltters For tale by diuggUU aud icrorers uy, DltOWNINO A MIDDMCTON, I'BOrnlETOItS ANnMaNUIMOTtjniClW, 010 Peunsylvaula Arcane, T, A ST ITYTTTH . .;.,...' uxa.j.j.uxn - THE DEPARTMENTS. A I'lmon icr. ha, been ostaWlsIiod at Lee, flirt County, W. Va. John W. Hnnm 1m, Ueeti commlssIoncil rosiinnster nt rnlrvlow, W. Vai JIitifini'.MAN John S. Wvi.tkrs liti tet n ordered to the receiving ehlp Passaic. UftVEitNMrsT npl'Eift3to iltyf Intoftial revenue, flt(l,0(MllTi custom", f70l,Ola 1)5, Jamfr A. Jtnonv, of New Hamtnlilro, line I rii nrtf Inted Mouogmi her tj Oecroldrjr Clioiidler. Tltr maximum ronilliift of tlio thermom eter nt Iho Signal Offlco to day was 02 0. The minimum was (MO. A nfw potofHcolias liocn o)ta1ill,lioil nt Onrll, Kanawha Counly, W. Va , nud Jamjs E, Kendall npiHlntcd postmaster. The torpedo lo.at Alarm salloil from Iho Knvy.Ynrd, flnslilngton, D. 0 , f ir Norfolk, Va , whero elio will undergo repairs, Mabtiir ,7ofl A. DAr.nrrt, U. 8 N, ha, rcxlgnrd, to tnko effect August 1, 183 i, nnd ho ins been granted a furlough mull that date, Amono tlioso who saw tho I'rosMent to- dny wcro Senators Ulalr and William, and Iieprerentntlvoa Illscock, Dowmiu, Ncale, Steele, Haskell nnd llrner. Tin. I'rcslilent has npiolntcil .Tiitne" II, Haworlli, of Kansas, Inspector ol Indian Schools, nnd Henry u, Untmrm a, a notary rubllo for tho District of Columbia, Tun I'rcslilent lias npprovril Iho net to lncreaso tho wator supply of tho city of Wash ington, and tho net abolishing th military reservation at I'ort Abercromblo, Minn, Tnr. national banknotes reccltoil for redemption to-day amount to 20",no(). Tho receipts for tho week w oro (1,11 1 1,000, against (1,1178,000 for the corresponding week uf last jenr. The contract for decorating tlioSccro tnry'sofllce In tho north wing of tho now Stato, War and Navy Departments building was nwnrded too. Uttollcht, of Now York, nt Ills hid of (2,000. i .IudcieAi-vocvte UrvfralSu'um'h ro Iort to tho Secretary of War on tin Mason caso will cot bo mndo till Monday, lloalhoros to his original low of tho Illegality of the court marilal proccodlugs, CoMMiMtoNrn Price Ij lu receipt of a dispatch from. Arcnt Miles, at Tort I. ono, In which ho states that tho Arapahoea nnd Choy enno Indlnns nro contented nnd desirous of engaging In freighting. To-pvy la tho last day for fillnit of claims beforo tho Spanish American Claims Commission, A largo number of potltlons wero filed yesterday nnd to day. Tho commission will hold Us next mooting October 2. rosTMAOTrn"! liavo (icon commissioned In Virginia Inadlltlou to those already pub lished In Tin. oniTio ns follows! William rierce, McTeori hoIonT, Kite, Mllno3i Austin Ilylton, rax. I'ctor II. Duckings, l'orest II 1 II. C.VDET-MlDSIUPafAN' U. Ii. I'lIXE r.l'.owE, U. S, N., has tendcrod his resigna tion, on tho ground that tho provisions of tho present avnl bill would prccludo hla promo Hon until ho had reached tho ago of :I5 ears. Tun lawful monoy on deposit In tho Treasury to-day for tho rodomptlon of notes of banks reducing circulation Is (.H, 110,803: banks in liquidation, (11,870,00SII0- fallol honks. (l,lll),r,82 20, making a total fund of (a7,41U,US0.10. The U. S.S. Iroquol,, uow nt Maro Island, Cnl , lias beem ordered to sail on Thursday next for Panama. Hercrow Usomowhatshort, owing to tho dlftlculty of onllstlng capablo men nt Han 1 ranclsco, and It will bo uocossaty to send ncraddiiionni men to ranama. JuroE Wrmiaud Judgo Ilarlan, of tho Clenear Award Commission, nnd ox-Sonator Cressweil, IT, S. Counsel, paid their rcspocts to tho I resident and Socictary of state to day. Judgo Asa 1 rench has boon called to Host by tho illness of n mombor of his family. Tho Coutt hna adjourned till October 1. Sfcretary Chandllu ha, tolcgraplicd toRcni-Admltal Crosby, nt Uloila Janeiro, to hno tho llagshlp Urookl) n repalrod at the low cut possible oxponso, and that he will bo hold answcrablo for nuy wasteful or Improper ex penditures. Tho naval onlclals aro t ory much surprised at tho Uamagod condition of tho Urooklju. Tin: following assignments of olllcorsof tho United States Iteionuo Marino hao boon mado i Captain C, I lloopor, to tho Btoamer ltush, ban 1 ranclsco: Third I.leutonauta Ooo. A.Cook, to Vtalcnt, nt Port Townsond: 1". M, Dunwoody, ti Johnson, nt Mllwnukooj How nrd Emery, to Crawford, at l'onsacoln: I'. W, Thompson, to Perry, nt l.rloi H, M, Ilrondbont, to btcens, nt T.owboruo: W. II, W. Hall, to Hamilton, nt 1'hlladolphla: C. D. Kennody, to Dexter, ntNowport: H. r, Kimball, to aallatln, at Doston : J C. Moore, to Dallas, nt Portland: A. l Dowe, to woouDiiry, nt i.astnort, nnutr. A. Btnrkwcathei, to Urant,atNow York, and llrst Assistant Engineer Alfred Hoyt,toDlx, at Key est. TIioIIiiiiic nsnurtrillnii of thcScnnto. bcene: 1' atrect car going oast toward tho Capitol, Senator l'rjo eeatod tn one corner; enter Congressman Ilnrrls, of Massachusotta. Harris i "Ooocl morning, l'ryo." rrto, "flood lnornlmr. Harris.' Hairls: "Is thobenmo going to elt all sum met ' I i)o: "It looks: erymuch llko It. Dy tho wa,), I seo Iho 110 use lias appointed Itself guardian of tho bcuate." Harris: "In what respect?" 1 rj e : "n by, with rotorcuco to tho proposod mileage fui Senators." Harris: "Hid they strlko It out of the Doll clcacy bill j csterday ? " rryo: "Nbi"buttlieyreducodlttoono third of tho amount rocommondod bythosonato. They seemed to fotget that wo had two extra sessions." Harris: "Well, well, you don't say so." rr)or"Yes, they ovon wont futthor an I do nnunccd It na n snlary grab." Harris: "The oxpresslon of somo itoma gogue, I suppose" iryo: "I nupjioso so." Tho Drher: ,fI.nd of tlio touto." I'xlt omnes, Tho amusing part of tho latter portion of the nboto Incident was iho position taken by Mr. Harris, who expressod surprise at tlio action of tho IIouso jesterday, when, ns n tact, ho was present nnd oted ngnlnst tho Henato aineuumcni. 'I lie 'Inrlll (oiiiiiilstlon. And now Is the winter of Iho discontent of tho newly appoint! d Tariff Commission about to bo mado a glorious summer upon the boacli nt Long Vrancli, A OIUTIO reporter learned last night that tho nrrangomonts hal boon alrendy completed for tlicao distinguish I gontlemen to spend tho hoato I soasou itpm tho banks of Old Oceau, and listen to n hat tho wild waves nro sa lug. "What do you think of tlio placo soloctod by tho rarlff Commission for their Uellboritlom, Bcnatorv" liumlied n reporter of a tariff for ro enue only Senatoi this morning. 'Iliato not heard whoro they arogolnj," wastboroply. "To Long Urnnch," responded The Cuitio emissary. " ell," said Iho Senator, "wo may expect como happy suggestions from them upon tho duly now Imposed upon oott shell crabs, lobster salads, mile nock ilalms, J ilsh balls, mint Juleps, spring chlckum, green pens and bathing suits, but this will bo ub nit as tarns Ihcli luutitlgallous will oxtoul, It intio to wuiio uiey nro going, it ox. leo 1'tctldcnl AMieolcr had known that tho tatlif lnestlgatlon was going to bo such aptenUi us that ho would havucoiiatntlyimtorf maro lng until Iho wcathci ecu coo lor, tot tho ill 'us Hon 1 1 tho Intricacies rf thotartrf overamlut lullp on tho bench nt Long Ilrancli bents gut ting innriled whon tho tin imomotor lojlitor.i nwny up In tho nlnetlen. You mny nay for mo Hint I rxpect somo btnrtllug ilool pm'nts lr m that Commission o or Iho left." .IamI'S biiHiAN, who lms licca condnod o his bid nt tho 1'ioildomo Hospital over (ll co Iho light In (lotdon'a saloon, uppearel In tho Police Court to-day ngalnst Win hnicm), who ho churgod villi throwlutf n I ottloiu lilmninl cutting his headopou, tho tetllmony was ery lengthy, nnd lu accord nut ii with tho tacts published at the II mo of tho light. Judge bnell Keuleucol tho defend nut to six monih In Jail or n lino of (10) An npi enl was i oteil to Iho Until Juiy, an I (,1,1100 bonds tutulshod, HOW IT CAME ABOUT. THAT IS, THE OnAHD JURY'S ACTION In ol l'rcHcnthir; Any Onc-Stnlc-infill of 1 lie (IrniiilJurors-Tlio ',,1 ilenco Insillllclent to Indict Illlss KtiitrniciilH Ilnnlcil Jitrnm Who Tlitnli Itllsi I.leil-Tlio jury llimnl imimAII llio Time Wnlah Not He llerl ViKlrr Ontli Tlio IleirtiiiiliiK or (Im I'.mt or tills IllnckiiinllliiB l'er-ieoiillnii. The Star jesterday contained the following cry Mcgulir, yet characteristic, latorIew with Mr, Ocorgo II. liliss, bt decoy famo nnd Star I'.outo notoriety. It will bo obsertod that nils?, ns 1, his custom when ho becomes maud lin cr confidential, nnd these conditions aro sjnonymouslnlits case, starts out by saying that It would bo Impropor for him to say any thing (and of courso ho violated hi, sworn duty In saying what ho did), and thon goes tlghtonnnd tells nit ho knows nnd Indulges lngrnvo Insinuations nnd Innuondoo, against tho membeie of tho Oraud Jury, Uoro Is what ho said : " Mr. Miss slated to a Mar roporter, whon niked as to tho action of iho Orand Jury this morning, that owing to his oniclal relation to that body ho could not stato what took placo neroro ll. Jio uau presented an mo oriJonco ho could get: and had oaamlued an I cross examined Mr. Wnlsli, but the Oraud Jurors had net concluded etldently that thero was o Idenco of any guilt. He ha t no criticism to Joes on tho Jury. It ho had been nflrand uror he would hat o voted to Indict. Ho un derstood that tho composition of tho Jury wa latgoly Democratic. An to tho quostlon of Senator Kcllogg's complicity, tho tssuo was as to whether ho had a guilty Knowledge con. corning certain drnfts. Tho Jury naturally gat on benator of tho United statos the ben oulotctcry doubt." Tnr. emtio concludod to seo whnt tho gentlo men who composod the Clraud Jury had to say concernlng tlio charges Bliss made against them, with tho follow lug lesults: Mr. Hutchinson, 'I lie rorciiinn of the Urnml Jury, was tho llrst mombor soon by a CntTicIreport cr. To tho question, "Havo you seen tho statomout made by Mr. DJlss ton Sla) repa id 1 ' Mr. Hutchinson said i "Yes, I saw that statement, nnd I Immedi ate! wrote Mr. miss n letter." ' hat was tho nature of tho loiter" asko I tho CRITIC. "Idon'tcaro to say," said Mr. Hutchinson. "But It Mr. I'llss Is correctly reporto I, ho ha, certalnlv made n rcmarkablo statement, tor If. as ho state?, 'tho Jury naturally gavo a Sonator tho benoilt of ot cry doubt,' ho coul I only learn tlioso facts, If they are tacts, lu the Orand Jury room. It ho told what took placo In tho Jury reom lfo Violated Hit Ontli as a Bwr rn ofllcor ot tho court." Mr. Henry Somkcn, the prominent Jeweler, won next seen. Said Mr. Semken: "Ml. nil has mado n rcmarkablo statomout to say tho least. Ho had no right to bring Into question tho political statusot thoOinn I Jury. . o wcro t Inlliiomed Iiy Anj tliln Hut (ho Kilriiiico Niilinittleil to us. Tho ovldenco was not of n charactor to causo us to bring In an Indictment against tho accused partios, honco our vote to dis I ceo of Iho cases." A reprosontath o ot Tltr citiiio calle 1 nt tno eiorootMr. Hobcrt u. Edmonston, No. Ill Mnth street northwest, this morning, and asked that gentleman If ho had read what Mr. Bliss had to say about tho Urand Jury, Mr. Idmonston frankly statod that he had not read tho article In question, and tho reportor at onco pullod from his pocket tho Star of last etcnlng and pointed to tho paragraph. Mr. Unionstou, after reading, It said : " I don't al together understand what Mr. Bliss moans. II Ih Alisilrd .Stntomoiit. Certainly ho does not mean to cast an Imputa tion upon Jho honesty of tho Orand Jury, ' Tho roportor, who knows tho Kow York shyster, gently Intimated to Mr. Ldmonston Hint Bliss would slander his grandmother to gain n point for hlmseir. " ell, said Mr, Ldmonston, "wo wero sworn onicers of tho court, and wo did our duty from a cousclentlous standpoint. Had tho ovldonce been of n eufllclout chnracter to havo Justified us lu brlnglug In a presentment against tho parties who wcro beforo us, wo should hato dono so." Mr. Ocorgo Trncsdell, tho prominent real estata dcalor, said ho had soon Bliss' stile ment, nnd considered It A (iriiKH Instill to Iho Memberi of Iho flimiil Jury iMiIlo thero wcro sot oral Domocrats on tno Jury, politics did not hato tho least bearing on their action. While ho could not rovoal any ot tho i roceedlugs of tho Grand Jury, now that tho matter had boon obtruded by Mr. Bliss, whoso oath might not bind hint to secrecy as closolyns did tho oath ot tho (Irani Jmor, jcthodld not hcsltnto tosay that tho disagreement on tho question of presentment was ihIqM'j thin lndood. Ilou'l Citro Mhul III lis Sii,m. Mr. Henry A. OMIIard said ho had faithfully nnd honestly discharged his duty as a Juror. Ilonldnotcarowlmt Mr.llllss or any ono elso had to eny about tho Orand Jurj, ho (Sir. Millard) did not Intend to make nu ropllos. Mr. Howard D, Kiyworthdld not seom In clined to bo Intcrvlowod, but thought IhTr, 111 lux aViiH In i:rror In trying to drag politics Into tho Grand lury room. Mr, Koynorlh thought tho attack") on tho Oiand Jurv should not bo noticed. Mi.ftm. s. Hoo3c, tho wholesalo -lgarnnl tobacco dealer, who Is a membor of tho Oraud Jury, was called upon this morning by ono of Till Cuitio ambassadors. Slid Till. Clinic: " Mr. ltooso, did ton read what ileorgo B11S3 had to say about tho Orand Jury !" "les, I read tho article ou refer to, but I cau hardly belloto that Mr. Bliss coul I havo said what is rcfutod to him. Certainly, ho could not hat o been so lndlscroet. lie Wonhl M)t Miiko Iho Miltemeiit Crcilllc.il In Hint Under Ontli. rurthcr than that, I will say nothing." Mr. lilts Lohr, im 1 ast Washington baker and member it tho Orand Jury, was lutor t lowed by n Cuitiu reiiorter lu rogard to Bliss' statement this morning. "I ihlnk," said Mr. Lohr, "that statoment ot Dllss Is Veiy I'oollih anil 1'iicitlleil I'or. Andlnm naturally Indignant over It. 'Iho Jury did their duty without rogard to polities or anything else, oxcopt Justice nnd truth, I am n Democrat, but that has nothing to do with tho (Iran I Jury. I only know tliroomem bom of tho Jury personal!." Mr. Antonio bousn, n woll known Kast Vtash luglonlan, nlson member of tho Orand Jury, was found nt hl resldonco, on Seventh street aouthi ast, by n Critic emlssai y. When shown tho statement made by Bliss to au ovonluj inir, hoeald: "1 (aw that lost ot eulng. Iho.liu., Acted Accortllw; lo Tlielr loliscleiices nnd Iho I'ncli ptcsented to them, aud not from politics, whatetcr, I roler with prldo to my record ot linriy-ono ycuis Dertico tinner tno iiotoru ment nnd tho cxcollont discharges I havo a, a refutation ot nny chaigo. I was n Democr it, but am now for tho good of tlio country, Alt otIdcrjcc,"he concluded, ' that was presonted to tho lury was fully nnd fairly discussed," Mr. J. II. OUck, another Otund Juryman, was found at his stall lit tho Corner Market. "Its, I hato read tho article" hosald In ro ply to tho cniTK', "nnd I think Air. liliss Kittl Veiy MKIoTo lln 10 in uko such a statomout. politic ill 1 not cuter Into tho discussions of tho (Irani Jury at all. We wcro sworn to do our duty, an 1 wo did it, tcgardlcss ct oierythlug else. I nm a Democint, but that Is nolthor hero nor tin re." . Mr. Chnrlia bchiolh, tho bacon doalor nal (Irani! Juomau, tt t, noxt siarchol otlt by Tnr CUITIO. Mr, Schroth said " M o did our duty and I Ilou'l C'nio hnt Mr. Illlst Hnyx. What has lollllc, got to do with tho Star I onto cncs, nn way," "Aio sou n Democrat, too," nsked Tub Pl TT1P. clm linil lust ll fr Mr. (illi.k. "ho,blr, I inn Hon ljuster, solid: nuldont you toiget It " Mr. James W, T lor, of tho firm otTler& CliewliiSi nns called upon byTiiuCntnc mil asked tho usual quettfon a, to tvholhoi ho hat noticed Bliss' attack u pon tho flrnud Juiy, "Oh, es," said Mr, Vjlci, "I leadwhatMr, DIIub had lo say about us, but so tar ui I am concerned I shall not pay any attontlon t what Ml . Bliss en; s. Ho nalutally felt hurt at being I eaten, and will bo charitable enough to tho man to say that ho h polio his ptocj about tho Orand Juiy without roiieetlin, S far ns Iho cases ot tho parties who wcro betiro us mo concerned, I will Hay that no Orani Jury could havo been found 'lu Initio 'Hum on tlio tfiisniiiioiteil TfHlllllon.t ol llio .Mini Walsh," ACiinioieiiortoi called early thlsnlteriioon nt tho hardware atom of Mr. 1'. A, Scuiioldor, nl iho corner ot Llghtoentli street ant l'oun sjhnnla nvonue, nnd asked thit gentloman It ho desired to mako a statcm-nthy way of nn swotlng tho mean Imputation ast upon tho members of tho Orand Jury by loorgo Hllss. "I am not anxious," said Mi.lchnolder, "to go on reconl In this matter, but do say that I question tho right of Mr. Bllsior anyotlior man to Impugn tho honosty of tlo Oraud Jury, of which I was a mombor. Mr. Ills, II seoms to me," said Mr.bchnoldor, "Acled Very I'oollhly In attempting to dortno the .lltlcs of tho Oraud Jury, Thoro should bo m politics In a Jury rorm, I know sovorat mciibor, ot tho orand Jury Intimately, but I doi't know anl don't care anything about thotr politics." In regard to tho statement bat tho Jury stood 18 ton or 11) to t In fate; ot Ignoring tho chnrgrn, tho following may lo ot Interest, coming, no It doee, fromamembirot Iho Jury: "Iheso statements aro untrie. The Jury did tholr duly and rnitiiliiiotiily Decided .Vciiilt on tho llrst voto." , Acothcr Jtir man sold, In aldtlon lohl, In tenlewreportod elsewnero: ""hostawaunt that tho Jury stood 1U to 1 I, Use. I hoard no dissenting volco when tho voti was taken." Holloa es Hllss I ho llitr. One ot tho most promlnont minbors ot tin Orand Jury said to n rcprcsentitlvo ot Till. ClUTin, in addition to his talk esewhero re IwrtoJ, that Us betleted Bliss led when ho said that it no had been n Oraid Juror he would hat OTOted to indict. Vvuisii'N itiTiti. Mr. J. r. It. Blols, of tho rostcTuco Depart ment, proted to bo a most wonda-fiil wltnoss In tho Star ltouto trial yestonlty. Ho tva, called as an expert. Now, It Is a well known fact that when experts testify hey always manngo to contradict each otncr-ttiat Is, from it git en set ot facts they will Uedico two dia metrically opposlto conclusions, Mr. Blols being an expert, nnd thero bolng lo othor ex pert in tho case, ho foltcompollod to porf)rm dual duties, so ho crossed his owl tosttmony 7 nmcB out.ot u ikissiuio i. iwtito pipers which ho had tosillled toon tho direct exam ination wcio shown him on his cress examina tion, and Inseron instances out of tho twelto this expert crossed, I, o , flatly C4iitrallcted, his original testimony. Blols as r, wltuosts almost equal to John Walsh! IlllvTlTTn llnd Host. A well known mnglstralo aud ox colonel In tho United Slates Army said to n Cuitio ro portei this nltcrnoon: "Thatnltnck ot DltsV on tho Oraud Jury was tory 111 .Itnod, aud fdiowB Iho dospcratton of Iho prosocutton. They hato uo caso, and novcr hsl. I'll bot Dlik Merrick wishes ha wns out ct tt. Whon the (lot eminent counsel attacks tho Orand Jury, it shows they aro In a d d bid lit." THE CRANKY rAMILY. Mrn. Keo, Iltn xYiintY (o lteoncn Iho Vliule (Iitltenn Cnse, A. C. Browne, cs i , n woll known lawyer, I radioing at tho bar ot this District, was taken somownat nt n surprise this morning by rccclt lng n totter Irom Mrs. Scovlllonnd tho ptorosltlon therein contained. He lias not ot decided what courso ho will pursue. Tho lot' tcr Is as follows: "Siirtoov norsE, "Cmc too, III , J nly 11, lsdi, ".I. A". Lroin, iq YahUglot, V. V.l "Dl Ail Sin I dcBlro a good lawyor In Wash ington to toko chargo ot tho matter ot my brother's estate. 1 rcfel to tho estato of Charles J. Oultcau, rccontty deceased. Ho being, as I havo held, lnsanp, his allogod will making was Illegal and void, I also claim that tho paper which I signed under protost, nnd by compulsion, was illegal nnd told, both for tills reason, Dr, Hicks allowed his remains lo bo romoved aud Ilcftccrntcd, M'lllioiit Sly Oilmen!, when It was oxprossly understood that his remains wero to bo left whoro wo barlod thorn until such tlmo as wo though' It safo tore novo them to our family but lng-grouni, at Waukequan, 111. I talked tho matter otor with my Brother John at tho Union! slgnlug tho paper, nnd should not havu slguej It hal I not supposed my wlshcB would be rejardel In tho matter. I consentel to Dr. Hicks having temporary charge ot tlio bjly, as I feared to trust tho Oovernmont otllctats, nnd thought, ns I wns assured, that Dr. Hicks was my brothot's frloud, nnd bolng also tho friend ot tlio President, ho could suroly protect his poor doa t body from dosecrallon. But v hen 1 hoar of tho disinter ment nnd horrible uso to which hlsbloechel nnd polished bones nro bolnj put sot up tor a show In n public museum, bof iro n wook has gono by I feel Ireo to say that tho cntlro con tract, It thero over was a. legal ono, has boeu broken by tho t lolallug of n part ot tho same. I could notcrsoo nny propriety In Dr. Hicks hating tho cop) right of his took, and pro tested against It nt tho tlmo ot signing. Tlio reason glten was that ho lnlendot writ leg aud publishing my brother's life and list hone, aud needed Iho book to do till", but why ono copy would not answer, ns wollasovory book printed, cop) right nnd utl, I was not mado to undcistnud, and do not pietendto know, lerhaps Brother Hicks will rlso to oxplaln, Now, if sou or nny good lawcr wish to take hold ot this case, nnd conlost It on tho groun Is I hato stated, I will agreo to furnish tho wit nesses to proto his Insanity, by what they knew beforo his decease, and also thoso who will swear to it trom what they saw Allot- UN Ileiith nt tho Autopsy. I will giro an oqultablo sharo ot whatetor caubogotfiomhlsobtate, orratherfrom my Just portion ot It, for sort Ices renderod in tho matter. My brother John can take any courso ho desires In tho manor as to hlssharo, but I hato fully decided upon ray own courso, ns outlined in this letter. This Is a part of what I meant In my letter to Dr. Ulcks by eaiyng"inotiuneau ousiuoss nas just com menced." Thero nro othor things which nood looking after, ns tho correct narratlto otmy life, which I w 111 attend to nsolt lu duo time. Respectfully, lit wets M. bCOMLLL. All About C'cnicnl. Professor DeSmodt, tho District chemist, lias submitted to Major Lydockcr and Lleutonauts Orcenoand Hoxlo duplicate coplosot an Im portant aud Interesting report concerning tlio cement ueod by Iho District in stroet paving nnd lu building, Thoroportls qulto longthy and rovlews tho t arlous bran Is ot cement now and previously lu uso and git os tholr compara tltostrongthand utility. Tho testS to which tho tarlous cements havo been been submlttod nnd the tablci ct tholr results show that mochautcal analysis wilt sorto toprodlct the ultlraato rosults to bo ob tained from any git en brand. Tor this reason it would bo ot servlco to tho District tor tho purposo ot saving ex ponso nud aocurlug a good nrttclcs to loqulro from contractors a grado of cement suttablo to tho work porlormed, and to acqniro tins ouject no suggests mat spociu callous for public work should hereafter, In stead of saying lu gcnornl torms that good hydraulic cement Is required, specify tho llneuess, toutllo strength nnd slowness lo qulred, nnd tho quantity of loss by calcina tion nud quantity ot Inert slllcla allowed. Minieroua other suggestions ten ling to ln creaso tho strength ot building, and durabil ity ot patements by tho ubo ot suitable cements nro git on, nnd tablos preparo I to uiustiato mo nuvisautuiy ot tno courso sug gested. Hi conclusion tho Professor saysi "My tests so far Induce mo to hopo that in n tory short tlmo tho best I'oi tland cement will bo pro luce 1 In tho Immediate , trinity or the District, mil necessity tot Importing from foielgn countries obtiated," The Duck leatc, thl, afternoon with Motel s. I, HeeiR, J, M, Johnson, M. 0 union, J, ltlchnrdsaud r. Stalley on board.bounl font plcastito toyago to l'luey I'otnt and Point Lookout, Mr.s. Howard Swaw died suddonly tcstctduy afternoon, athor rosldeueu on Vir ginia atcnuo, of henit dlseaso, an 1 tho funonl will tako placo Monday next at 1 o'clock Mi's, Swalm Is from Mni laml nud onuocted with tho numerous family of that name, Mus. Or icr; jji'i. nci.r (now at Jlullvm, Conn, Urns been suffering from a ssteio at lack of neuralgia lit tho hu.ll nu I f ice, from which she has parltallyrrcot clod. Jamis Oii.ii.spif, it Xcitv Yoik laborer, 25 ) ears of n,jo, w as terribly crusholh a fill from nbrldi-e mi Iho Ualtlmorn nnd l'otonuo ItalUoad near V oodbrldge, n , this nttoriw tn and was icmovcd to this city au t taken t I'lotldcnco Hospital In tho police aiuUulau o 1)11. JIlCKS E-ald to-d iy tint his st ito ment, which will appeal lu tho Cijiltil t morrow, t etium to accept lira, ilarilgm anl Bowels' lopoitot Urn autopsy n, nrtl lal.iiul recognl.oa Dr. lamb'u us tho u.iilioi'lr" I to 1 oit. Dl. Lamb said ho will hat uothlng further to say in Iho matter, ns Mr. HtctcV Statement answers all prai tlcablo purposes, meaning thnt thcroln ho Is vln Ucato I and his teioiticcognlzed as ofilctal, Tin in. Is consldcuhlo comment In At my cliilcs over n disagreement sail to oxlst between tho hocietnry of War anl Ju Ige Adtoiate Ocneral St.alm, arising out ot tin fact that tho foimcr hut Ignored tho oniclal tights of tho litter In sotoral lustanroi, noi.iblv In the Mason and Hipper emit mattlal cases. WILL IT MIL? THE POTOMAC TLATS AM-NDMEHT rtoii-Conuii icit In lv Iho Hmne Thc Whole Nnleet llp-iii-iieil -llio Double-Pension IleeUlon of Iho At lorney-denernl lllscllssed In Iho Hennlc, Also the Itoienue mill (he Tiirlll-('nplloINolcsi-.oiiiliiiitloii lor tho Ilist tlmo tills session tlio honorablo Senators hato weakenel to tho nocssslty ot work, and with ntlowot getting through the work thnt must necessarily bo done before adjotirrmentcan bo agreed upon, harodecUel that on aud nftcr Mmdny noxt, tho Benato would meet nt 11 n. m , Saturdays IncluloJ, It may bo propor to stato that tlio delay lu the appropriation bills Is duo to tho tatluto ot the Houto to consider thorn during tho oarly days ot (ho section. Tho Senato has koptwell up Willi Its labor, aud will push Iho remalulng nppioprlallon bills right through. Tho Seunto met at the usual hour, and after I raet tho Journal of tho preceding day was read oud approtcd. I'ommllteo Itciiorls. By Mr. Anthony, trom 1'ittitliig, If. !P3. 17 1, for printing 10,000 coplos ot the report ot t lie. Llfo Saving Hervlco, Passod. B Mr, Anthony, from same, favorably, n resolution to print 7,000 copies ot Professor Balid s report on Ilsh nud Ushorlos. Passo 1, By Mr. Hawley, from namo, favorably, a son ato tesolutlon In tho nattuo of n subslltuo nil Ihorlzfngtho l'ubllo l'rlntor to pay totlisoni ploycs In tho Oorernmont Printing Ofil 'o oxlra I'ayin certain contingencies. Tho bill pro vides lhat tho Public Printer shall oxorclse discretionary powers lu tho mattci. Mr. Anthony reportodan original bill to pro vide for printing tho Tonlh Consu". bcrcini nuuiuonni nmouaniouts wero ouuruLi to tho Inlomat Kotontio IjIIIi also a largo number to tho sundry civil Approprlntl n bill. Mr. aanKk called up his resolution In HtuclliiK Iho Secretary ot tho Interior tn with hold the double pensions to bo pal I tin ler tlio decision c t tho Attorney Oenetat to Ward U. Burnet. Mi. (Ghees harped on tho resolution Uko a Juno bug on n tlotor blossom. HoMiowOon cral Burnet woll. Ho was u poor, old bed rid den soldier, who w oro honorablo scars rocolvod In Iho defense of his country. He carried n gold Bnuff box, presonted to him byooneral Jackson for brat o nn I meritorious con luct on Iho Ueldot carnage. Ho wn, not rocolvlng a nollarlhatho ought not to receive. Hjhal but ono Interest In tho matter, that of tooting. Mr. Blair opposed the passaco ot tho res,, lutlou for tho reason that In hi, opinion the Attorney General was rllita an 1 (leucrat Bur net needed tho monoy. Messrs. tan xtttk. Groom, l'latt an! others fat orcd Iho pasatro of tho rosolutlo'i. Tho morning hour expli lug tho rosolullou wentoter. Tro Internal liotonuo bill was taken up, pending which tho cl'rk of tho Uouso nolldo I Iho Seunto lhat tho Houso disagreed t) tho Senatoamondmonts on tho Lnglslatlto but, nnd that Messrs, Hlseock, It iboson an 1 H. H, Cox weio Iho Houso Commlttuo on Oontcrenco. Mr. Oroomo said tho Attorney Uonorat dis regarded, In that oplntoii, tho decisions ot for mer great legal lights and clothol hlm,nlt In the foils nud rufile, of his own soltconcolt, I'hlladcliihlahad long been looked upon as Iho homo ot lawyers, but tho present ttorney Ocnerat was entlllcil to tlio claim ot bolng tho aulhrrct tho most sonsoless decision known to this or any other country. Mr (lroom handled Iho law omcer ot tho Government tcr roughly. On motion ot Mr. Logan tho Intornal ltovo. nuo! ill was temporarily lnt Inside, nal th Pension Appropriation bill was takcu up tor consideration. Mr. Beekoffeicd hlsnmendmont, which wa, published In Tnr Cuitiu n day or twongi, andprocccdodtogtvolil, roasons why such a prot Islon should bo Incorporated In the bill, Ho gavo a detailed account ot thoamouut ap propriated nnd necessary to bo npprtprlttol 10 meet the demands ot tho PeuMon Bureau, Mr. Piatt, chairman ot tho Pension Ojnt mlttce, said It It was no Intorruptton listrjull stnlo thai In addition to the amiunt apprprl rtcd by this bill thoro would havo to babe tweou twenty-lite nnd thirty million dollars mom appropriated to meet tho doflctency lhat would occur. Mr.Beckcontlnuod nnd said ho know of a pensioner lu Loulstlllo who was drawing a pension to day because ho hal lost an arm, but that ho lost that arm In a disreputable houso In Loulstlllo. Tho bill woe pending when this repjrt closed. IIouso I'rnceeilliiirs. After Journnl reading Mr. Btittorworth ntlto I to take (torn tho Spenkcr's tahloa bill author izing tho Sccrotnry ot War to rostoro to tho 303th Ohio cterans Association n Hag lu tho possession of Iho dot eminent. Thl, Hag was presented to them by ladles. It was capturo t by tho Conrcdcra-.es during tho war, but later was suricndered to tho United btato, a:ntu. Tho Uouso refused to constdor tho measure. Ml. Cameron submitted tho conferonco ro rort on tho Loglslatlto Appropriation bill. Tho Uouso conforrecs rocommondod thnt tho Uouso agreo to all tho benato amendments, ex cept tlioso rotating to tho pay of the Senato anil IIouso cmpl0cs. Tho Houso proposod to cut down tho benato emplo cs: tho Sonato pro posed au lncreaso. Objoctlon to Increasing tnlnrlesof nnuunl employes ot tho Houso was raised, unless an nrranoment din i uo effected equalizing tho Balatlcs ot tho c:npl003 of both Houses. Mr. Atkins, also n member ot tho Oontor enro Committee, did not think that tho salaries ot Iho employes ot tho Houso wero too low. It It was dono It would bo dono nt Iho mandate rtlhoScunte. Tho Seunto had no business to lutetfero with tho salaries paid on tho IIouso side. Tlio House should raiaoorlonor sala ries ot Its emplOes ns It saw nt. Tho Sonato had been nttoniptlngtodlctutoio tho House on this head for years. Ho was tiro t ot It, and thought It wns tlmo to tako n determined stand, It tho Uouso ratsod now, next session tho Senato would still further tncienso sala ries ot Its employes. Ho did not bollove in bo lng bulldozed by tho Sonato nnd driven to an net ot lnjustlco to tho ?allonnl Treasury. Mr.lloblnson (Muss.) thought that tlioso ora plo os should bo regarded as tho employes of tho people and not of tho Senato and llouse.'Uo thought that tho Uouso should respsct tho Hi halo. This had boon a manor which hat bien discussed cnrufler yoar, tho benato throwing down tho gauntlet, tho It uso taking it up. It wns a question tor tho Uouso to cottlons lo lis own employes, but ho dll not think It ueceseniy to clog tho whoels ot logls lotion for tho purposo ot disagreeing on n nuestlonof thlschaiacter. 'J ho tuoiiosod ln creaso ct tho Houso omployos dl 1 notlnvolto so largo an amount a, to bring about delay. It was necessary for tho Houso to concodo to the Senate some right, at times, nnd It would not lujuro tho uouso to uo so uow, Tho guestlon was debated further by Messrs. Hooker, Blount and others, who donlo I tho right of thoconferencocommltteo to mako re ports on nny point, except matters ot spoi Ilia dirrcreuco between tho two branchos ot Con gress. Mi. Cannon herognto notice lhat ho woul 1 iinmo oilier benato umendmeuta dlstgrood to by tho Uouso conferree1, nnd then ho woul I mototho protlous question. To this tarlous members objected, Mr. Cannon lnslsto I, now. ever, as gentlemen In chnrgo of Iho lllvor nn I Uai bor bill wero pushing hlm.lnorder to call up tho latter bill beforo tho Housoagaln, Coil tliiulng, Ml'. Cannon said that tho Uouso con ferrees also disagreed to tho amendment pro posing atranttorot the contingent fund Hi tho Adjutant (loucrnl'B onlco to tho burgoou Oou ernl, for thocmplomout of clciks for trans fcrlug records of pension cases. Ono iirtno othei minor nmendments worodlsnjreol to. Beforo Mi, Camcion wns allowed an upp r utility to demand tno prnt toils question. 1 ur ther speeches on the salary quostlon weri mado by Messrs. Ilandnll and Kasson. The former ndtocnted rejecting tho piop3,ltl m to Inn caso Iho Houso employes, bocauso ho thought that It might lead to future complt a- Hnnn nud tmnhln. sir. Kasoll thought It would Lo best to ascertain llrst what tho Houso emnlntea wero entitle I to. and thon tho question could bo presentod tn a soparato mrasiironnd disposed of. Iho protlousquos Hon on tno conferonco repoit wa, thon otdcred. Mr. Cannon mot od to Insist upon tho 1I0U60 conterrooH disagreement to tho Senato nmendments, nnd asked for tho up polutmentofn furlhor commttloo ot oontor once. 'Ihlawaj ngrced to. ltosolutlont nut mot lens wcro then mado tn Instruct iho llousu contort ccs tvtth rctcieuco to tho quostlon of tho salailcsof th;iiousoc!iiplOtvi. Hotorul pin poscdit modlllcallouottho itinendin'uit, lioi ins to Iho equalization of tho salailos nt the oinpluiBof both brnuchos. AH who rile! oulnslelng out of order, and Mri Cam m, Hlseock nud Alklnst,eroapp-lntod l nf moos on Iho rait ot iho House, Mr. IllecocU mitcd lu disagree lu thaMniM amendments to tho Oeneral Deltclo'u bill and Iho npiwlntnicntof loiiterenees on Iho part of tho House. Messrs. HUoock, Atkins nud Cu wcionppolnted. Arejiott tium tho Uimmllles im Prlntfng authorizing Iho piltitlngot eoiih i if tho to pt rtot the IlsliLommlsilon, wasnl pto 'llioHoiiionlsopa"itdaU"'iiitl miofei-rtng Iho question of the salaries ot the 11 u j em I lores to the Commllleo on lteform lu the civil Service, with Instructions to report, ,, A resolution was nlao passo I catling on tlio Bccrclnr of htato to furnish Congress with whatetcr information ho has eoucernlng the landing ( Mho uow rronch cauls onour shore,. Thn Houso refusing to tako up tho lllvor and Harbor bill, committees wero callodtu? rciiotts. 1 ho commllleo on Ways and Meausrepjrlod n number ot prlvnto bills. Beporis, nonoot nn important charactor In this section, woro male from tlio Commerce, Hanking and Currency nud Judiciary, Tho bill llxlaglho compensation ot Inspoclnrstf hulls wAs fauirably leporled Joint rosolu llou nulhcirlzlng the establishment ot diplo matic! relations with Persia wa, favor nbly ro tried, Seycrnl lull, for Im proving national cemeteries In tartoa, sec tloisctthocountry wero favorably repute!. Rcternl prltnto bills wcro reporto t by the NnrnlCoininltteo. A bill grantliu patents for certain lands In Oregon wa, favorably re. ported. Bills wero reported front the 0 m i inltteo on l'ubllo Buildings ami Grounds a, follows: To erect public bull ling, at Haines, tills, Ky.i Augusta, Me, nnd Hogo, Mo.i tn erect n mcnumetit to Iho memory ot tho mothor ot tvnshingion nt 1 redencxsDiirg, t n, A largo number ot bills wero ruprte I from tho Committees on Invalid Pensions anl Claims. Joint resolution aiitliarlrlug tho United Slates to tako part In the Colonial Grain 1 xhlbtllon to bo held nt Amsterdam was fator. nbly leprrtod. At 1 ,!iO o'clock Iho call concludod nnd tho Houso went Into Commllleo of tho Wholoanl took up tho Hirer nnd Unrbor bllt to consider tho Eetinto nmendments. In ordor to facili tate business, Mr. Vago asked that all iho amendments bo read, anl It no objection was raised, to nny they bo considered n, now concurro 1 In, This wns ngrced to. Tho nrst snng run ngnliistwas the nmondment concerning tho nipioprlallimiortho lloiineplu canal. After somo discussion Iho amendment was non-concurred In. Tho amondmont for tmprot lng the Potomac ltltct was uon concurred lu, becattso no law had been Inserted regulating tho work nt 'dtcdglng, 'this action will bring up th'iwholo question ot Improtlng Iho Potomac botoro tho Conlcreneo Committee, Tho bill will not bo dispose 1 ot to-dny. at hen tills report closod tliomuesiirowa, still being considered, Tho prospect Is, that with only two or three oxcopllons, nil ot tho Sonato nmendments will bo concurred In, Xoniliiiillons To-itii3. Tho Pres'tfl6nt sont tho following nomina tions to thoijcuato to-day: I'cstmnstcxs llufus Ogilen, Koyport, N, J.i John Itnberlson, Scoltdale, I'a.i l'hlllp C, Zoo man, Desoto, Mo., and Stephen W, Italhbun, Mitchell, Dakota. James c. Tolman, Hurtcyor Ooneral, Ore-Kn- Samuel s. Benedict, ot Kan3i3, to be na In dian Inst tctor. Silas s, Ganelt, Tennossoe, Hitpertlstng lu. Hnctoi ct steam tessols tut tho Sixth Dis trict. (ui'llol Notes, f-enalor fehiiimn thinks tlio dclnto on tho pending tax bill wilt contlntto about ono week. Tho hill Toportcd fiom tho Commltteo on 1 tinting by Mr. Hawley, for tho prlnttngotlho tenth census, prot Ides for tho printing of 10 , 000 copies of tho complete sorloa ot eonsus lu pous, each series to mako l"i,000 pagost 20, OCO i xtra copies ot tlio toliimo on population, 10,1,00 extra copies ot tho volumo ot agricul ture, 10,000 extra copies ot tho toliimo ou manufacture, and 100,000 copies ot tho com lcndlum luono tolurne. 'Iho bill also makos nn npproprlaltcn ot fStl", ml (11, this being tho estimated cost ot tho printing. Thero aro somo fears ontcrt ilncl by somo members of tho Houso that the Senate will tack on tho foundry Cltil bill aprotlsloii to pay to tho benato omployos a mauth's oxtra pay. Tho Uouso having such a clause In tlio I 111 for their omployos, tho Senate will put theirs on as nil nmendmont to tho House clause. It is said that Iho uouso win KICK II tho Senato presumes to do such n thing, Why should It 1 Each houso has tho right to ctn trol Its own contingent fund, and ran pay the month's extra pay out nt that tun 1. But Is It l ot tlmo for somo ot Iho t leayuno statesmon to let up on tho pay tho employes got T Tho conference commltteo on tho I.sl, -lattte, -xccutlto and Judicial appropriation bill met yesterday afternoon but ftllod to rench nn ngrcoment on tho section dt tha bill which proposes to transfer tho Army roords ot soldiers from tho custody ot tho burgeon Ocnerallto that ot tho Adjutant General, tho section w htch proposes an equalisation of the salaries of tho omplocs ot tlio Houso and Senate, and tho section which grants to tho becrctnryof thoXaty for Iho uso ot his He- Larlment a portion of tho south wing of tho ulldlng now occupied by tho Malo Depart ment, rho Uouso coutorroes w HI teport tholr dlsngieemout to tho Iioueo nnd ask firntoto ct that bod upon tho sections lu control crsy. THETAHIFr PICNICKERS. i A SliitCNiiiiiii .Mnhoi Homo Ciinslln oliseianlloim About Iho Jmilotln;r Commission A .Slntesmiiiilo I're fill lion. "Why doesn't Tin. Cuitio get after tho ridiculous capers of tho Tariff Commission 1' Inquired a Western Member ot aCntiia ora bntsndornt the Capitol to day. cw hat has tho Tariff Commission boon dolus lhat THE Cl.ITIO should go Eunnln, for tt J " Innocently nsked the scrlbo, "Woll, It ou'll onumcrnto what tlioso Tariff fellows do not proposo doing that Is not exlratagant nud ridiculous, I'll show J au what they will do. rrlnstanoo," salt tho member, "Iho tor lit sc thlug tho OjmtnU slou does lulls oniclal capacity git c, It unay. betting up at Loug Branch! is that n groat mantilacturlng, or shipping or busTuis centre? No: It is n placo torn Jolly goo I tlm, nnd It la plain to oten n wooden man tint the hat u tho ji2!ltifr or rh:tinmiriiev Iho taking of sen baths, tho plaUng ot hull games of poker and n good, health, fat tlnia ul tho expense ot tho (loterumont, maro lu mind than ni.j thing elso." "oh. well. It Is too hot elsowhore," sug gested THE CIttTIC. "Yes," smiled tho etatosmau, "I'to hetrd that beforo. But haw many of those tariff members would hato goue to Long Branch or nny r ther watering place had they not soon re t their appointment? hot threoot thorn, 'they niobcutoutwothlngs-n good tlmouud pro longing Ihelr Hit estlgattou for nuothor year." "W hatl on don't mean to say that tho Com mission will not bo ready to report uaxt Do cembcr ' "Exactly. I really bolleto tliat they wilt not bo prepared to repoit botoro Docembor, I8S 1, nnd thnt tho repeat will not bo nctod upou un til nfter tho Presidential campalju Hi ISS1. it Is lutcndecl ta mako another I'lisldenllnl Issue on Iho Turin, nnd this Commission knows It: and, ot course, win to those rciiows havo a good ouougn tniuj In this Job, they are not going to mall thorn solt cs not much I Thnt was ono reason why they nil klckod for private secretaries. Tlioy nro mostly business men, nnd It thoy oach hndn secretary to koepupthclr private bus! ncss correspondence, don't you see, they would not i aro how long it runs." " How would ou havo them act V "Jtitt llko they woro ou tlielr own prltato business, nnd not on n plcnlo at tlio exponso ot somebody olse. W hy ill In t they set up tn Pittsburgh, how ork, Chicago, St. Paul, Omaha, or somo other manufacturing or cam meiclalclty? Thoy are to tlslt theso classes of rliles, nud Iho could llnd cllmato, suffi ciently rool. They nro tory leisurely, too. I am Hi fator of reusing tho tarirt: but I am net in fator of monkeying mound throe or tour )cnrs nt It, audi nm suro that Hie com mission Is In lug Its ropes tjr n long trip. 'llicso comiuiHsiuus, ns a general tiling, imi frauds, an way," 'I lie ruinous 11 1 1 Is Itoj-iment. Iho prldo of the llaltlmuieans, go Into cimp nt CniiiMny the 18th nt Jul, nnd remain until tho 28th. 'I he facilities for reaching this pop ular resell ! tho line of the l'ouinj UunH ltnllundniorf nnnlmlrnble eharncter. nd tho fact ot tho presence ot tho 1 Itih commaim, lln lr to thnun who are unable til leave tho city reran extended trip, nut who nro In nood ot a tew do8' iccreailon. rare, touud trip, (0 50 A toiirl.IIoiiso t eliding-. Ioul, llrent and Minna Katonberg, ncoom I anted by n ft lend, nrrlvod nt tho clerk's of ltco about 'J o'clock this afternoon, and pro curing n license, expressed a doslro to hato tho nuptial knot tied, Uev. Dr, Hundorlau I iTulondcd to an lutltaltou for his piesenco mid scon had tlio couple lightly Jolne 1 lu wo I leek, Iho couplo mo bothouttg nut g l looklug. Uo was attired Inn light suit, nn I tho Hldo In while, with light strnw hat nn I vhltofenthci. - hitliiiilut It ten I hi: omeilN will betepeatedagaliitonljhtnt the Choster couit) lInle'ill'J,, ojoMniii tiieei. Rr.vrnM siisplelous diarattcrj tvere pulled b (.ftlcorsot tho ruth rrectnet to day. a hMAIi, boy ramo tieai lielng ilrownol ibis nllernoou whllo lu bathing near the Monument lot Ho wns i vacuo I by itcjlorol man who was woiLIng noar by NO JUSTIFICATION ron nHOLAND'G ATTACK OH EGYPT rinjN I.lciileiiiiiiM'onimittider (lor rliifte, or Ohellsli I nine Amlil i Trim I'nlrlot Who Willils to Wrest Ills I'onnlry from Iho Iron (4m,t ol I'orrlirn Intmlers Ainerlems Constitute lle-eslnlillshi l inn! Our AInrlneH of llrenl Sera Ire 111 He slorlnc in tier. At.rtSDnfl, July IS. C a.m. The am nro subsiding, having nearly oxhauto! tholr food. 1 ho flermau ships havo landed nurln-i 10 to establlsn and protect tho German con, i late. John llrlicht llesliriis. LdMidN, Julylfir Tho resignation of Jjhn Bright has been acccptod. Tho Ainerhiin Cotisnlnte Ite.eslitlf Ilsheil. I.omiov, July 15. Seymour telograph, that Iho Americans hato lands I marine, nnl ro established tho Amorlcau Consulato. Ainerloitn Alnrlnes In fscralce. AIIXAXDitM, JulylS-1 p. in. Tho Amorl cau marines nro of groat sorvlco In preserving order Tlionatltes object ies, loobsylng or ders from Americans than from othor foreign ers. Amorltrau marines nro doing regular p) llco patrol duty. The l'or I e Mtisl Inter, ene. C'iosTAMisori.1, July in. The Porto ha, been "-lotmcd that It ho don't Inter, eno In 1 gyi t by Saturday tho pow ors will thon Insist that ho docs so. ConlidpiHP Iteliirnlnir. London, July 15. 1'rauco will occupy I'cypt with England upon imitation with the powers. Seymour notinestho (loternmont that conll dencols illuming. Homo shopkeepers offer ton sumo If they nro gunrnnteod protection. Tho ndmlrnt will organize Iho pollco, Iiniioilmil Nlntriiient About Iho Wnr. I omion, July IB. Tho following, sont to Iho llmti from Alexandria Just befro tho bom lardmetit, is regarded as slgnlUcaut rf tho real reason ot tho Porto's Inaction : "Speak lng to day to n Turk from whom 1 havo beforo quoted, nnd who I bcllovo 1, extromoly wotl Informed ns regards tho Stamboul palace poli ties, ho soldi 'Let mo bog to glto ou thl, warning, In tho mostemphntlc manner, io.i can stako your reputation upon it, truth t an 1 It It bo attempted lo disprove It, giro my name, nnd I will glvo ou proof, under nil authority which tho Sultan will not ilony: I.trry Turkish soldier that Innds In Lgypt, bo tho giinrautco of Turkey what It may, wilt Im IVIIIllll It IllUUIll Tho Ally of Iho I'iraiitlnn .Mllll.iry I'nrly, nnd will bo opposed to Buropoan lntorferenco In Lgyi t in n far inoro eflleaciou, fashion tliau Arablor tho wholo party' now In Bgyptare. 'Iho day that sue Ii troop, aro slghtod, I leave Lchlnd mo 1 gypl, Turkey nud tho I ast, con duced that It can only losult inal.uropean war. which will termlnnto tho oxtstonco ot 'lurkej. C'onreuled Ilniiililll In Alctnmlrlit. AirtAMinti, July 15-1 no-Pooplo may now snfely go through somo of tho mrln thor oughlarcs which nro pnlrollod closoly by Brlt IbIi and German marines. Butngreat part ot Iho city Is still emoutdorlng and entatns thousands ot cnncoalod banditti. To (its, through any ot this part ot tho city without nn nrnied escort la t cry daugcrou,. Tho Itoiiilmiilnient llrndil nnd ITn liiNtllliihle, Nr.w onit, July 15. Lloutouaut Oom raandor (lorrlnge, lu an luterttaw, says tho bombardment ot Aloxaudrla was wltlioul J ustl llcatlon, nnd that thorn wns no roal massacro until niter tho L'ngllsh lleot bad oponelllro. This bombardment was n incro ptotoxt tor crushing tho National party ot I'g pt an 1 was the most brutnl nnd unjuslltlahlu net tho British ot et hate been guilty of. Thongltn. Hon ot the Iilsh question hero would furnish Just ns good ground for a British bombardment ot:sow(rk os the British linl In I gypt. - A Ilrulitl Onlrnee. V in 3i,t na, Miss, July 15. rho housoof A. Tarcos was discovered burning to day, a 1 1 1 areas wns found lied up in a sack, nnl his wlfo lying dcud ou tho floor anl partly burnt. 1 areas wns rclcnsod nud stated that n parly of masked men nud ono woman robbo I him nt(7()o and then killed hi, wlfo anl llrcd tho houso. atlilsliy (Joint lor Nomethliii;. Nrw ioitK, July IB. Professor Worth, who wns bllten by a rnttlosnnko is now pronounce t out c t danger. Ills rocotory is attribute 1 to copious draughts it whisky an I frooblee llu; atthonnso ilurlng tin past week I ho casj excites great Interest among medical meu. John Ho,, lo' I,ii(k. IIoatov, Mips, Inly 1", lohn Doyle, ot Wrburn, Mass. a laborer at (0 n week, ha, fallen heir to (100,11011 by tha decease ot it cousin. SmiU III it UiiWh-Nund. hTRAsmimi, Ohio, July 15 -Oabrlel lMtnam, whlleoutdrltlng with n horse and btig.'y, sank In a quick sand. Uo sunk up to his chlu, when he was ictcued by bolnj prlod out with fence rails, ((nil louir. ductile, July 15 Lobett r. ltlcharjs, clerk lu tho oflk o of iho treasurer of tho l.oc'c Jslard Itotid, ha, dlsaiipeared. Ill, acciutit, sheiw a defalcation nt (10 000, He was lately married in Now x.ork. Killed l (iiiinlileiH. civciNStTi, July 15, -Win. Todd, n steam bralman, ot llttsburg, was stabbed fttatty by faro gamblers In a Chlneo laun lr' thl morn ing. To He Utilised. Amheust, Va July 15 Vrodorlck McDau lelhns been sentenced to bo hanged torllo murder of Creed Carter. Murder In Mississippi. CLtnnNDON, Aniv., July 15. John Hoseborry killed James oreon at lrlar'sl'olut, Mlsi , thl, mornlug. avdilln- Hells. John r. Loteless nnd Magglo V. liarrelt. Geoigo W. Stowart and Jonulo L. l.tans. Daniel Daly ahd Hester ltij , both of W at rea. ton, Va. A Hit I.lliel .Suit. Tho editorial tn Thursda'3,sar, Hut tho becretaryof War had siren no nuthorlty tor tho i iiblishcd stntemi nt by Mr. A. Watson that his system ot storm and nood signal, hy telograph and cannon wa, to bo toste I, wa, a t ery severe chargo, which It truo branded Mr. Watson as publishing a falsehood. Wo havo sceu tho oniclal letters from tho becretaryot War aud tho Chlot Slgaal Officer, and aro compelled lo say (hat tho editorial In tlio Alai wnsnottrue. Wo understand that this wain casootpuromnllcoonthopart of the Atar, to defeat tho Inlluonco nnd opposition of Mr. W atsou to tho bill to till up the city Hals an I it largo part of tho harbor, uow pondlug lu con gress. Is It possiblo thai Journalism ha, bo toniu so bnsu ns to attempt tn defeat n groat invention Intended to siiio ll.es anl property from Iornndoe, Btot ins aud Hoods, throughout tlio entire country and tho world, la order tn defeat tho lullucnco ot the lutentor iiioun mcro local Improtcmont. Wo unlerstait from Mr. Watson that he will Immediately In stitute u suit ft r malicious libel a.-alnst the editor nnd thn Men Company, on throe count, two HI els at tho time hedofuntol the Hat 111! lng bill beforo the Coaimlttoe on Cotnniir'o, i ue me nth pret tons tn tho creat Hood and le i gtrgoot lebruiiiyl'J, 18S1. ant tho thirl count thn llhol ot list amirs I iy llio d.t i ages will bo laid at (50 000. If tlioso aro u deal coses for n lUwl suit, then n.llbol ein etet hold uatust n nowspapor, anl Huy i,lo nt liberty to publish ntulhliM they pUaso to tnjuioau Indiildual. told Tin In (he House. After a iciuiit speech on tho Sundry C(tlt Ai 1 1 i unth n I III lo 1-I roteeulatlto Hlso k, that geutleinau sununonud n ltago, nnl c lerlucliig' uo I rouble with hli throat, 11 icetKl the 1 1 1 to go to the rostsuraut nnd Kot lilm t me c d I tea, nud to tell tho iittoiulnu t 1 1 i until rut sugar Into II. Aflei i 1 v minutes had rlapso I the pagireturnol anl l uuuttd lotho chatrmau of this Approprii ii i s (eminlltooani idluai tetcuii. Wlta n Im k ot Hticulshmont Hie honorable stalesmm Inn lined llio i uho Unit he wanted plain c 11 ten, in i nun h). Iteul I slnlo 3'iiiiisltifs, II. N. nud J. W. l.asli) In Johu F llstvell a 1 1 J. IMi'Nelll, for.-, I d 111, squaro-os, I t Unrlo, trustee, t W W.MiUeiule, fur(H' llllt f ll 111, sub Hi hi ll ot 1 tJ an ! 5, failure wrt ot tiuaioB-.! II LKIiomul, trustee,! II 1 hllllps, fir r.'(IOO, paitot lots K nnd t, s piare ou.