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PIANOS AND ORGANS.
^JHAUNCKY J. REKOT *33 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. Soi.r Aowt r >r tne Matfhlwu HEINKEA5TP PIANOS nTTji AST> THF *TK>NINGEB CYMBl.LH ORG\N3. Offers the- f ?:i- miiK uni>rcce lenttd of Sj-fcial Biriraln.V No. 1?One irvmifternt R? ^e^ood Pimo, 7 octave carvel -e>r? - !;! lyre, nrtr:y new. with einbruidered cm ?-r tha: fi.-itfuijii upbol-t*red j*too?, r.iA-Ie by > sr:,nit , and * "> 1 as new, *175. No. 'J? A <e>l?rate I N. V. llano, with carved k-ra and lyre. ban some eribtol > <1 cover and et-ii. warrant*-! 1< ~ -?ix ye.-u ?, n irreat bartruin, #150. So. .i?(>ne Ut'njrit Kau<i by one of the oldest N.Y. makers. tLr.J n. uth-i. wili L? Bacriticutl &t No. 4 (fae celebrated Stienway Plsno in pood order, ? O.j. Ko > -<>t.e BTnniii" ChicKeiug in good order, with rt<- ' au ' ff.ir. $7.r>. Ko. ?>?1 IM ewo ! I no by A. H. Gale k Co., with ?>v. r.-titiiu: l>.w-b au I !;' dern improvement*. jit). No. 7 - v- Daniel F. l:? -tt> Or>-ta. '27 cost *90, i] at fTo. So. i?-1 ?ai Binr&ir.* in H<-inekan:p Pianos and Sf> n: -or CyiiibeUa. urcuu. S.kdon monthly payment. ]cl!i RKICHKNBACH'S IIANO WAREROOMS, I'I\NOS of van >i> wake* for pale and rent at n st diR-eU priom. Vns. Knabc & Co.'s Worlii-f7 J f sj teaoviifd PiiBO*. Tnaiu^ and lie; airing. 423 11th >dr>-ei. above Pennsylvania avenue. .'eS-^m SEATTY'S ORGANS, 27 STOPS. SOT). PIANOS, *>97 50. Factory riin'iinrf day and nisrht. Cataue fre" AJiL'w DA.Mt.Lf. BEATTJu Watfhiturton. N. J. m'25 G L. WILD A BRO.. ~ 7W 7th street Northwest. fOCSSSflB PO> for the STIK FF a;.< 1 theKK A M< -H? l 7n A BACH PIANOS and ESTEY ORGANS. * ' 8j*eial att- iition iriven to Tuning Pianos and Organs. Several Pianos and Oryan? nov for rent at low rates. a2o flOTDSEFITRNISHINGS. BUY THK BEST! 709 We call special attention to our SIMPSON REFRIGERATORS; Hate Stone Shelves; Charcoal Packed. Hei.'ie n:ely finished and strontfly built. EVERY ONE GUARANTEED TO GIVE ENTI R SATISFACTION. REFRIGERATORS OF OTHER MAKES AT COST. WILMAKTH it EDMONSTON, IMPORTERS OF CHINA AND GLASS, Jel7 09 MARKET SPACE. KSFRUihUATORS 7sc>L Fl> WALSirT) AT REDUCED PRICES. 1CF C ^ r. t!'?w "riren. Will l i > I'AlN'and PEERLESS FREEZERS. W AT : I.Klian 1 STANDS (all styles). WIRE V? 1 u V? SCREENS; vrll! tif uny '.vi' Jow. GEO. WATTS. Jelfi "14 7th Ftreet. a doors ai?ove Penna. a\ennn. EDUCATIONAL. Lathi. r;.r i.k. mathra \tics. katuralsciencennd English, privately or in class. Students pnptn-: * 0?i? jto una competitive examinations. A. JANUS. A.M.. JeHO Columbian College. 1" ft:-- < UI' K ; MALE SKMINAKY?STATECOL) - " :>. Course thorough and compruPntavm and teadwra of superior ability. Care:ul :. i:ie culture, leriiis moderate. For catalotr;:< s r-w Mrs. M. W. II ACKLE'lON, President, flvder ok. Md. Je26-2m IJIRLX il TAUGHT IN Al.E ITS BRANCHES AND as > i.V .'ji bv iwr learned Parisian j eo; le. by Pr<>f. H. LA1:RC>QUn a French native and ftradnateof ths celebrated Sorb >nne University of Paris. yi3G street. JeJ-lm* FREM H LESIONs?si"MMEU TERM AT MODEratc rates. Morning and Evenini? Classes for beirinners an 1 advanced paji * Lesions made easy, pleasant. thorough and pisi tical. A good pronunciation acquired in a short ti:u :. Ca'l at residence, 1323 K wtreet northwest. MLLE. V. PRUD'HOMME. my"26 \*TELLS COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES. 1" Aurora, Cayuga I.ak?. N. Y. Full Collegiate Course. Music and Art. Location beautiful and healthful. Session begins September 13th. IHS'2. Send for catalogue. E. S. FRISBEK, D. D.. President. myl7-2ra SEEN* ERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE? CORNER Ninth and I> streets northwest, occupies the second floor of l.INCOLN HALI. BUILDING Complete in its arrangement* for training sons and daughters for real life. Graduating exercises held la*t of May. No vacation. Students received every month in the vear, for instruction, day or evening, by the month or guarter. Sprinu ami> i-mmkr Sessions give students from other s?-lu>o s opportunity for business traininsf. Pull information triv -n at the coliesre office. HENRY C. SEENf'Eli, Principal. 8ARA A. SPENCER. Vice Principal. m'.i W ASHINGTON CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC-AT *1 11MMS' NEW HALLS, cor. 7tli and Dn.w. En- I trance on D strc-et. Thirteenth year. l"iano, Onran, Voice. Singing, Violin. &c. Twelve teachers. Prod advantage.-. O. B. BULLAKD. Director. Ja4-f?m* S W. ELYNN. A.M.7 9 S.W. corner 8th and K streets northwest. Privately or in Class? Mathematics. Latin. Greek. French. German ar.d Entr'i-h. So cial atteutitm t > preparation for Col'e?re, Wes: Point, Annapolis and all competitive examinations. Terms in a-ivance. mil M* USICAL ACADEMY, 1721 De Sales St., bet. Coy*. a vs. 17tB Strket Northwest. Principal. J. P. CAULFIELD, Mas. Doc. Studies resumed September 26th. f2-fim M~ 1SS AMY LEAMTT. OF BOSTON. TEACHER of Vocal wid Instrumental Music and Harmony Addrese 944 K street northwest. Lessons continue Until July 15. dl3 RS. S. L. CADY'S BOARDTNO SCHOOL FOR lomur I-adies. West Knd Institute. New Haver*. Conn. Eleventh year. Superior iucilities. Send for Circular. o5 MVASmNGTON COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE A _j1 B-' urdin* and Day S< hool for Young Ladius and I CQUiln '!. n?-opeus iier 19, 1881. For circulars l l-lj to Mr*. 2. D. BUTCHER and Mi*M. C. DOUGLAS, Principals, 10*23 and 1uj7 12th street north went. n6 PERSONAL. "\V W I1.UAMS AND C. E. PRICK'S PRIVA I K ?" Detective Agency. Consultations free. All buai Hew strictly confidential. Notice to call at residence promptly attended to. Office hours? 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. &*> F street northwest. iHhlG-4m* Rl V ATE _ DETECTIVE AGENCY^ ~ ?w" UTH itre- ; northwest. Reliable information furnished in all cites: consultation free; wilt call at residency when nqoHied; all business strictly confident, a!. C.E. Flinder. mhl5-4m ATTORNEYS. W t. FIt ZG KR A I,D. ~ ~ ~~ . at T OK n F Y-at -T* a w. CO. Corcora.i Building. Practice* in all tine Courts. f23 li. m1llek, Attorney-at-Law, Rooms 2 and 4 Guilt >n Law Baildin* 472 Louisiana avenue. Ja27 SPECIALTIES. Jrsr ARRIVED HE UK. MADAM DUBOIS GREAT Spirituali*: MfUiiiii, fr>ni Pari*. NV rks electricity on i\or) . Tell-true life, i apt, present aud future des- i tiny. aire. death; describes absent j>ersor.s; telisnune* In iiisrr.eire; gives good advice to ladies and gmtlenieu. and satiMaction $1. Oflic--, 7ifct 10 tu street. Hours, 10 a. xu. to9p. m. Jel7-iw* DB ROBERTSON (A GRADUATE UNIVERSITY of Maryland), with So years experience.?All P;eci<? Di*eas.-j? successfully treated and cure guaranty d. W>ea>?cf Men, General Debility, Seminal Weakness, I in potency, ?c. Diseases of Women of every nature. *i - dy and permanent curesguaranteed. office 456 C ?:re?-t ?-?rthw st, near 4street, every Wednesday and Saturday, from 2 to i? p.m. Main office. ::o N. Id herry street. Baltimore. Correspondence and cousultati '!:-< .-trictly private and c< nhdentiai. Refers to the !esM:iL4 hy?:cians of Baltimore. Jel7-3m Z" ILL \H.THE ViONDEKFITL ORIENTAL VEILED I i?:rv >yaii\ ?ho? r in healing the -lck. and knowle-irfeof the past. pre-eat and future of people's lives has uronished all Knro|?e. Can b - seen at 225 D street :mr:hw ?t. Hours 5 p. m. to V p. 111. A I in tronb.e call and consult her. Je7-4w* Mmf. brooke tells allthe events of ^ LIFE. Ali business confidential Ladies and Gen uuirii -V u'nis eaca. *uo L. suvei, uerwcen 4tli a:t4 6th atrv*t> uorthwett. Jel-6w* <>C1 OK il'Br^'ABDNRlL LATE SIT HO RON TO the I'.K. Ricord Hos|-ital. can be consulted privately. In letter or in i>erwon at Fall* Church, Fairfax count v. V*. A cure warranted. juX SEWING MACHINES, Ac. XKTE ADVISE EVEKY LADY WHO VALUES * her h.-iilth and bappinetw to go to the corner of 7th ?nd H -triet* and examine THE QUEEN SEWING MACHINK. We have *een Wtimonial* from many of ?or l**t citizens, who have tried nearly all kind*, and IxHurht THE QUEEN in jwferente to any. THE QUEiN , hi-hiwii no exj>er:uiei)tal mechanism?simply an embodiment of the mod ixxnta in the Domestic and Siiurer, with mum important improvement*, Hence its (litWK' :>nd durability e-?tabh*!ied by 30 year*' experi?<?. THE yl'EEN hat* no ho'e* to thread.neither has tl* ghr.ttie. In material used. limsh. appearance, quiet mi an 1 simplicity, THE QUEEN has no equal. C. AUERBACH, C*r. 7th and H ?ta., la the Sole X(rent for the District. ANTED EVERYBODY TO CALL AND exaiuine the very latest improved and uoat duraWe bexuv Machine in the world. THE SEW ELDREDGE. No sprit) r* us^d in its construction, ita simplicity uu s ceiled. It in the lightest runnizy? shuttle mac hine ever rodu* *-' - We have also the new WI ED and the new No. 4 VICTOR MACHINES. We our Machines on easy luch thly instuilmeuta. Oki machines taken in ext-hintr?. at OPPEEHEIMJLlf* Bailable Sewin? Machine Roiuna, 9th street north'rent. 8'. Clov.d Buildin*. Machine* repaired and rented. a'i9 ffTHE GREAT ''HOUSEHOLD" 81. ENT WHITE 1 AND "NEW HOME. "* No windy advertisement*, but the fin eat rrachinoa the vnrtd ever ?w for the money No eanvaasers. Come r send to ti?e office. Mc KEN NEY, 4/7 9th street. Eacnn-- and repairing- lag g KO i>IN SON & CO, EOXJf CLOTHING HOUSfc 4U WPlMimLTAWi ATOUt. b*.cmj oa exhibition <no.m* ???.< MAK^hTT^B-S. Be. #M E street aoiftaewt, one doer from 7th street, F** ^DE^WHkEL SALOON STEAMER, ftr irlally fitted for Excursions. Aj>ji^at7thHit^wharf. so mothpjwop l'elt. carpet pelt. MvIum. uU DRY GOODS. JJEAL SCOTCH GINGHAMS, 15a | CANTOS AND RENFREW GINGHAMS, 10c. E LEG AST SUMMER SILKS, 60c. LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF aATINES. GREAT REDUCTIONS IN EMBROIDERED ROBES. PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS AT MARKED DOWN PRICES. PONGEE PARASOLS IN GREAT VARIETY. FULL STOCK OF CHOICE GRENADINES. CASHMERE AND CHUDDA SHAWLS, In Cream, Pink, Cardinal and Blue. Just the tiling for a summer wrap. LINEN LAWNS, INDIA LINEN, and all other White Goods at low price*. CHEVIOTS FOR TRAVELING DRESSES. MATERIALS FOR RIDING HABITS. LARGE STOCK OF CHOICK GOODS FOR EVENING WEAR, SPANISH LACES AND GUIPURE EMBROIDERIES. ) rr ONE PRICE. W. M. SHUSTER ft SONS. D19 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. je27 J^EW DESIGNS 131 FRENCH SATINES. LINEN LAWNS. COTTON LAWNS. FRENCH GINGHAMS. MADRAS GINGHAMS. Bargains In TOWELS and LINEN GOODS. 26-iuch Tarajfon Frame Twilled Silk UMBRELLAS, $2.50. TYLER & CHEWNING, Je26 918 7th BTREET NORTHWEST. '\T7E HAVE JUST OPENED A BEAUTIFUL ? ? Line of All Pure Silk GRENADINE from 75c. to $2. NUN'S VEILING, in all Shades, pure wool. 25c. All Pure I.inen LAWN. -20c. Fine SCOTCH GINGHAMS, 37>$c., formerly Bold for 45c. SATINES in handsome deeitrns. Lai-.re -tcck of White Goods, consisting- of PERSIAN LAWNS, INDIA LINEN. MULL MUSLIN, in all shade*. DIMITY LAWNS, DOTTED SWISS. Ac. We have added to our stock a bt autifnl line of SWISS EMBROIDERY, ufed lor trimming White Goods. PARASOLS at cr*>t. J. A. LUTTRELL & CO., J21 817 MARKET SPACE. QUR IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND BEAUTIFUL LAWNS, FIGURED FRENCH LAWNS. FIGURED LINEN LAWNS, FIGURED AMERICAN LAWNS. The largest assortment of L? wns in Washington. Pure white all I Jnen Lawns only 25^. Colored Silks, navy blue, dark green and other colors. 50c. Handsome Black Brocade Silks reduced from SI. 50 toll. Black Pilks, immense assortment, 50, 62. 75, 87 cts., $1. $1.25. fl.50Tjl.75, ?. N.ittiiikhain Lace for curtains. 15, 20, 25c. tofl. Bleached Table Damask, all linen, 50c. Dinner Napkins, a'd linen, 75c. dozen. Black Cashmere Shawls, i?ure wool, $2 to $10. Double White Blanket*. $2. Black ami Colored Cashmeres, pnre wool, doublo width. 87^s to 75c. Nun's veiiiutr, pure wool, (in pink,) 25c. Colored Cashmere*, in pink and liirht blue, f>0c. Plirft Silk ?TI/1 Wool W1b/?V ** .. v./? uiuva vkvii(i<:iU& iCUUUCU W Black and White Stiij>ed Silks, 50c. Muii'b Veiling-, (black,) all i>ure wool, 25c. CARTER'S, Je8 711 MARKET SPACE. -yyE ARE NOW UNDER ROOF. THE PLASTERERS AND CARPENTERS ARE AT WORK. We positively exi>ect to open in the early Fall. We most prepare for removal. REDUCTION IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. All goods reduced from 30 to 50 per cant. Wo will not, shall not, dare not carry any old goods Into our new building. r Our assortment 1? still complete, but we shall buy no more goods to replenish our present Stores, as wo must close out every department as near as possible. Goods on hand when ready for removal will be sold at auction. 1,000 piece? beautiful POLKA DOT and FIGURED LAWNS at 5 cents, warranted fast colors. SCO pieces extra wide and fine VICTORIA LAWN at 8 cents, reduced from 15 cents. C, 000 yards beautiful LACE BUNTING in all the eading spring shades, and black at 10 cents per yard, reduced from 25 cents. I 9,000 yards half wool CASHMERE, reduced to 10 | cent*, in all the new shades. 250 pieces beautiful CANTON GINGHAMS, all of this season's manufacture, reduced to 9 cents. These have been sold during the entire season by other merchants at 15 cents, although our price has at no time been above 12)4 cents. We have Just found In our Stock Room one case each CLACK and COLORED LUPIN'S LACE BUNTING, all wool, which we shall offer at 25 cents, former price 50 cents. Also, 30 pieces more of those French all-wool BUNTINGS at 16 cents per yard, worth 37,5$ cents. uw jui-iinen L.Af covKtw, extra size, In ten different patterns, at 55 cents, reauoed from $1.25. Every article in our store reduced from 30 to 60 per cent We must prepare for removal. Do not consider this idle talk. Every lady in Wash* intrton knows the magnitude of our stock, which we can safely state is three times as large as the stock of any other merchant in this city. Therefore^ prepare for Bargrains! As by the time we move into our NEW HOUSE, we expect to reduce the stock to the smallest in the city. The Goods are all fresh, having sent all our old trash to New York auction, to be sold to the highest bidder. Call early in the morning to avoid the rush. LAKSBUBGH b BROTHER, w * 4M AJTD 4M SEVENTH 8TREET. )sl7 h. vmam SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT.' ^^'^KsS^SSS^glb.q. . SPECIAL NOTICES. T-S*THE ANNUAL MEETISO AND ELECTION of ofiicers of th* HERTFORD LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSiHJlATloN wi11 be held at 1*28 Ne.v iork aveaue. MONDAY. July 3, at 7:30 o'clock. It* f TH i : STATED MKE I NO OF THE MEDI >'3* CAL SOCIETY of thr> District of Columbia will be hold on MONDAY EVENISrt, Jnly 31. at 8 o'clock, at the Leuman bui.diujf, 1425 New York avenue. F. A. ASIIFOitD, President T. E. McARDLE. Secretary. Je30-3t 'Zjgjr' I- O. OF BECHABITES! Officers and Member* of UNION TENT, No. 87, will m?*?t i II18 EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. st No. 933 C -tr*;et southwt-st, to make arrangement** for tlie funeral of ''Ur late Brother, C. II. Wxnebe&ger. By order of C. R. It* EDMUND BURKE. Reo. See. WASHINGTON, D.C.. JUN~Ell>8.TfW2.?THE Co-partnership lH;twe?u GEO. F. PYLES At NICHOLAS MoN ALLY has this d iy beeu dissolved by mutual consent. A'l parties indebted to said firm will make settlement with Goo. F. Pyles. McNaliy will Oontiuue business on 11th Btreet southeast, and Geo. F. Pyles will at Uniontown. Each will be pleased to eee their friends and former enstomers. Je30-2t* f-pje "LAUREL, MAY IOTH, 1832.-WE, THE t"v nnders Kuea, do hereby, by mutual consent, dissolve the partnership heretofore existing between us. under the firm name of FORD & FAIRALL, as of this 10th day of May, 1882. E. C. FORD. Je30-law4t* WM. A. FAIRALL. T~^ "DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTN ERSHIPT? t'v The Co-partnership heretofore exi?tinir under the Arm rf SINCLAIR & ASCHENBACH is this day dissolved l5y mutual consent. All indebtedness of said firm is assumed by John W. Sinclair, who will receive and receipt lor all accounts due said firm. I JOHN W. KINCLAR, June 28, 1882. GEORGE H. ASCHENBACH. Havine disposed of my Interest in said co-partnership to John W. Sinclair, I would return my thanks to the public for their patronage, and bespeak a continuance thereof to my successor. June 28, 1882. GEORGE H. ASCHENBACH. Having- purchased the interest of my late partner, I would return my thanks to the public for former favors and respectfully solicit a share of patronage at the old stand, No. 1112 C street northwest. June 28. 1882. JOHN W. SINCLAIR. Je28-3t* FS^THE NATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC, t?*j> Washington. D.C., June 28, 1882. At a meeting- of the Board of Directors of thiB Bank, held this day, a dividend of four per cent on the capital stock was declared, payable on and after Saturday, July 1st. 1S82. CHAS. S. BRADLEY, Je28-4t Cashier. P3^~SAM'L S. SHEDDj iuj? 409 9th Stusbt Northwest. GARDEN HOSE, LAWN SPRINKLERS. GAS STDVFS OVIfMS KHOTT-PUQ ? /. ? V I *-??" ?J| LUL4i>>7| VWl SLATE MANTELS, LATROBES. GAS FIXTURES, FURNACES. Je22 PLUMBING and TINNING. nrs=> REMOVAL.-MBS. M. ZYPPRECHT HAS ItTS? moved to 120-1 7tli street, between M and N. A sj>eiia!tv in stamping, embroidery, hair dyeirur and all kinds of liair work. jel7-lm* nrjS=? W.~WAYLAND WILSON'S INSECTICIDE, U-"Ts? the l>est i>owder for roaches, and rettned Gum Camphor, for moths, at DREWS Drug Store, corner 9th street and Pennsylvania avenue. my25-0m jjFS? PARTIES BUILDING OR MAKING OTHER t .w improvements are invited to examine our stock of RANGES, FURNACES, LATROBES, IliON TILE BACK FIRE PLACES, PARLOR GRATES, GAS FIXTURES, &c. We keeps large assortment of tiratclass Goods, and are prepared to make low prices. JOBBING in PLUMBING, Range and Furnace work solicited. EDWARD CAVERLY & CO., m3-eo2m 1425 New York avenue. GLEN FLORA AND BETHESDA WATERS FRESH FROM THE SPRING. w. c. MILBURN, Pharmacist, ml5 1429 Pennsylvania avenue. iF-JS0 SAMUEL KER, DRY GOODS. 930 7th street northwest. Now French and Scotch Ginghams, just opened; beat Qualities at low prices. Silks, Satins, and Rhsdames, extra good values. f8 jjrgpr> STEAM COOKERS. GAS STOVES AND RUBBER HOSE. Call and examine at 53115th street. E. F. BROOKS. a20 Fine Gas Fixtures. &c, AMUSEMENTS. Theater comique?summer garden. MONDAY. JUNE 20TH. By special request and at an uxiretine of over $1,000, Re-entrcgeuient of the trreat and only HARRY KERN ELLS. JOHN Miss KITTIE O'NEIL, the Champion Lady Jitf Dancer; LITTLE ROSEBUD, BRYANT and RICHMOND. WEST and RAY. &c., &c., and our stock of 20 handsome ladies, concluding with the most laughable of all Irish Comedies. MULDOON'S PICNIC. MATINEE8 TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS. July 3. ?John B. Wills and Miss May Adams, Paddy and Ella Murphy. The great Richards, Miss Georgie Meluotte, Hardy and Graves. Harvey Collins' Burlesque of 7 Beauties. Sensational Comedy, Devil In a Scrape. Abner's summer garden, " E street, between 7th and 8th streets. CONCERT EVERY EVENING By an Orchestra of FIFTEEN SELECTED MUSICIANS. Jel2-3m IMMICH'S ORCHESTRA. First class Music furnished for Picnics, Excursions and all other occasions. Re6idencell378th streetnorth west. Office hours, 9 to 12 and 3 to 6. Jel2-3w* Driver's summer night ente 'tatnMENT. THE BIJOU SUMMER GARDEN OF WASHINGTON. SPECIALLY ADAPTED TO GARDEN PARTIES. An entire New Company this week in a great bill. Je5 mifE WASHINGTON SWIMMING SCHOOL, JL New York ave., between 13tli and 14th streets. Water constantly changing- and kept at temperature of 80 to 85 dtyret*. Hours: Gentlouien. 7 to 9 a. m. and 2:30 to 10 p. m. La?.ies, 10 a. m. to 12 m. Guaranteed instruction In Swimming; $5. Je3-lm PICNICS, E X C URSIONS7&c. ICONIC Will l>e held in the wood? of the GEORGETOWN CoLLKGE VILLA GROUNDS, JULY THE FOURTH. For the Benefit of St. Ann's Church, at Tennallytown. Meals aud refreshments served by the ladies on the ground. 1 ii kefs of admission, 25 cents. Kt'ii^s will leave corner High and Bridge streets every hair hour. je30-3t jgUMMIT POINT HOTEL, GAITHERSBURG, MD. I On JULY FOURTH the U. S. Troops will parade and Are a national salute, and in the evening: there will be a bail and a jrrand display of tire work* Round trip tickets, good for three davH, 85 cente. Je29-4t JUAN BOYLE. Manager. Marshall hall, sitndays. Take Steamer MATTANO, 7 a.m.; return by Steamer W. W. CORCORAN, 8 p.m. Round trip, 50c. je2y-3t* titLECT moonlight f7xcuu8ion >5 Of the WASHINGTON OPERATIC ASSOCIATION. To MARSHALL HALL, Oil FRIDAY EVENING. June 30, 1882. Choruses lrom "Chimes of Normandy." and "The Smugglers," will be sum?. Music by Mariue Hand. Director, J NO. PHILIP SOUS A. Pteamer W. W. Corcoran will leave 7th street wharf at C:S0 o'clock. Tickets 50 cts.; for sale at Ellis'. Je28-3t jjo ! for piney point ! tuesday, july 4th. 1882. Steamer t. v. Arrowsmith will leave her wharf at 8:30 a. m. sharp, returning at 10 p. m. Good bathing, finhimr ami crabbing. Tickets?Gentlemen, $l; Ladies' and Children, 50c. Je28-5t* gUNDAY EXCURSIONS. lady of the lake Will make trip of 40 miles down the Potomac River every sunday afternoon, leaving Ctb-street wharf at 3:30 p. m. Returning about 8 o'clock. No liquors sold on Boat. Fare, 50c.; Children half prices Je24-2m UMMER KACES.?GRAND EXCURSION TO leesburg. va.-july 4, 1882, Summer Meeting of Loudoun Agricultural Society. Running, Trotting and Hurdle Races, July 4th and 6th. Round-trip Tickets, good for two days, $1.40. Trains leave b. and p. Depot at 8 o'clock a- m. Returning leave Leesburg at 5:30 o'clock p. m. Je22-10t oecond grand excursion toluraycave. o on fourth july. Train leaves depot, corner 6th and b streets, at precisely 8 o'clock a.m.; return at 10 p.m.. allowing five tours to view the Cave. Round trip, 13.65, including admission to Cave; children between five and twelve years, $2.66. Tickets for sale at Ebbitt House Drug Htore. Free's Book Store, at the Company's Office, corner 6th street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at Depot morning of 4th. r. k. helphenstine and j. d. free, j*.. Jel7,18.104.22.168.27,28,29.30, Jy3 Managers. 3flhe poiomac fruit growers improveL ment company ill commence thursday, June 15th. daily excursions to Glymont on steamer Keyport, leaving 7thstreot wharf at 9 a. m. and 3 p. m., returning leave Glymont at 1 p. m. and 9 p. m. Fare, round-trip? Adults, 50 cents; children, 25 cents. Reduced rates to societies and clubs can be obtained of j. OrvlDe Johnson, 809 Pennsylvania avenue. No contracts made with other boat# will be recognized for use of pavilion or grounds at Glymont, except present agreements. dn. e. p. howland, Jel2 Secretary. QUANTICO PAVILION. Beginning SATURDAY, June 10th, the Popular Steamer KEYPORT akes the place of the Excelsior on this route. QUANTICO is a delightful bathing resort. Boating. Ashing, croquet, lawn tennis, shooting gallery, archery, quoits, ana other amusements. Steamer leaves 7th-street wharf at 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; SUNDAYS at 4 p.m. only. Round trip tickets. 60 cents. my29-3m OCCOQU AN FALLS AND MOUNT VERNON SPRINGS. STEAMER MARY WASHINGTON, Having been thoroughly overhauled and newly tarnished. is running excursions to the above places. ForOoooquanFalls, Sundays and Wednesdays; boat leaving 7th-street wharf Sundays at# :S0 a. m.. retaining at 8 p. m.; Wednesdays it I a. m.. returning at 8 p. m. Fare, round trip, tS cents. Mount Yesnoo Springs. Saturdays, leaving wharf at 9 a.m.. returning at 6 p.m. Faro, round trip. 10 cents. Muatesnd Denote* on afftripe exmp* Sunday*. I ~ ^ [ContlrmM from First Pnge.] features were pallid and composed. ADout the :noutli there was considerable moisture. Viewtag (he Body* After the body ha4 been arranged In the coffln Warden Cro:ker ascended the steps of the scaffold and addressing the crowd, which was kept back from the scaffold by a line of officers, said that these who desired could pass along the sl3e of the scaffold ond vl w the body. Then the crowd of spectators wus formed Into line and passing between the scaffold and the wall o* the Jail, viewed the dead face. Some Jail officers, two or three physicians and Dr. Hicks :-tood about the coffin. John W. Guiteau Joined this company and fanned his dead brother's face to keep away the flies. Warden Crocker on the Poison Sensation Stories* 2:12 p.m.?On the authority of Warden Crocker the announcement is made that all stories of discoveries of attempts to convey poison to Guiteau are purely sensational and without any foundation of fact the body borne to tlib jail chapel. John Guiteau did not go upon the scaffold, but stood during the scene Just within the line of officers at the bottom of the steps. When liberty was given to the crowd to view the remains the scaffold was at once filled with people who curiously examined every Joint and bolt. At l :40 p.m. the lid of the coffln was put in place, and the body was borne to the Jail chapel,where the physicians, who were to make the autopsy, were assembled. After the body was taken to the Jail chapel arrangements were made to let Mrs. Seovllle view It. the autopsy. The following invitations to attend the autopsy to be held on the body of Charles J. Guiteau were issued: Washington, D.C., June 29,1882. Dr. Hicks, the custodian of Gulteau's body. Invites you to attend the autopsy to-morrow at 2 o'clock at the jalL George M. Beard. The above Invitation was sent by telegraph to the persons named below: Dr. Charles F. Folsorn, Boston, Mass.; Dr. F. II. Kellogg, New York; Dr. Joseph Parrlsh, Burlington. N.J.; Dr. E. C. Seguln, New York: Dr. Stearns, Hartford. Conn.; Dr. C. K. Mills, Philadelphia; Dr. Miles, Baltimore; Dr. George F. Shrody, New York; Dr. C. L. Dana, New York; Dr. Hammond, New York; Dr. Nichols, New York; Dr. Wooster Beach, New York; Dr. W. J. Morton, New York; Dr. E. C. Spltzka, New York; Dr. A. & McDonald, New York; Dr. Godding and Dr. Lamb, of Washington, and other local physicians; also, the editor of the Boston Medical Journal. Dr. Beard, who left for home last night, said that he does not believe that the post mortem examination will reveal the true condition of Gulteau's brain, or sufficiently demonstrate his insanity. Dr. Beard said that in selecting the names of those to be Invited to be present at the autopsy, he tried to cover all the different shades of opinions which have been expressed with regard to the prisoner's mental condition. Ciuiteau's Signal That He Was Ready. Guiteau, Just before the trap was sprung, dropped a piece of paper from his hand. This paper was given him by Warden Crocker, to be dropped by the condemned man as a signal that he was ready. what shaw, the surviving murderer, said. Shaw, a colored boy who murdered his sister and is under sentence to die, said ihat Guiteau did not say anything to him to-day. He had expected that Guiteau would have bid him good-bye. When told that Guiteau had gone to glory, 8haw said, "I reckon he Is in a mighty warm place." /ifli Fifra tin UAIIIIt ) / AFTER THE EXECDTIOH. > 1 i ? THE AUTOPSY IN PROGRESS. DOCTORS WHO WERE PRESENT. , 1 THE FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS. Ihe Autop?>}'. At halt-past two o'clock Dr. P. B. Lorlng concluded his examination ot the eyes of the dead man. He round the lett eye completely suffused with blood, and both eyes were so indistinct that no opinion could be lormed of their condition or expression. The physicians who performed the autopsy were Drs. D. S. Lamb, J. P. Hartigan and Z. T. Sowers, in addition to these physicians, there were present Drs. Noble Young, Robert Reyburn; A. E. McDonald; Johnson Elliot; S. A. H. MoKim; P. J. Murphy; Charles H. Nichols; Surgeon General Barnes, of the army; Surgeon General Wales, of the navy; Drs. W. W. God^ng, A. H. Witmer and Clarke Patterson, of St Elizabeth's Asylum; Dr. D. C. Patterson, the coroner of the District; C. P. Kleinsohmldt, J. It llagner and Drs. Birdsall and Parish. A CLOSE EXAMINATION OF TUB BODY showed that Gulteau's neck was brokeu and that the rope had cut deep Into the flesh or his neck. Very t^on after the hanging, Dr. llicks and John Guiteau made a thorough examination or the cells occupied by Guiteau. I)r. llicks took possession or the books and other effects of the deceased. John W. Gulteau and Dr. Ilicks were present for a snort tiine, but lelt the Jail before the conclusion of the autopsy, and returned to the city about 3 o'clock. JOHN GCITEAU SERENE. John Gulteau appeared to be in a very serene frame of mind after the execution. "I believe he was Insane," said John Gulteau. "I predicted Just what would happen?th:it he would go bravely to the gallows. The trial was a farce, and to-day an Insane man was executed. Whether he is insane beiore God I do not know. Still, I believe If he was to be tried again he would lie convicted. It was not a question for a Jury." REED AND SCOVILLE. Mr. Charles n. Reed, Gulteuu's counsel, did not witness the execution. He said he could not stand it, and Intended to leave the city. It Is not known whether Mr. Scovllle Is In town or not. John Gulteau says that he has not seen him, and he does not believe he Is In town. He thinks the message sent to him signed by Scoville, saying that he (Scovllle) was coining, w.ts a Joke. MEMENTO HUNTERS DISAPPOINTED. A great many of those at the Jull visited the cells to see the place where Gulteau has lived for several months. There was a disposition on the part of some of those present to get mementoes of the assassin at any cost The Jail officers took the rope from the gallows and secreted It as soon as the noose was removed from the dead man's meek. Guitea.u in the Rotunda. NO SIGNS OF FLINCHING. Gulteau when he came out into the rotunda from his cell, looked calm and collected, but very pale. His arms were pinioned behind him and he held nis head erect. He gazed upon the crowd without flinching. He wore a black suit of clothes and instead ot a collar had ajhandkerchler thrown loosely about his neck. Those who expected "sickening" or distresOTig scenes were disappointed. Gulteau walked flrmly through the rotunda and the court. He stumbled on one of the steps leading up to the scaffold, but recovered himself immediately. When he began to read his voice was loud and firm. He gave the words now ?nti then a sort of singing Inflection, like a preacher reading a hymn. THE CERTIFICATE OF DEATH, which the warden Is required, according to the terms of the death warrant, to file with the clerk of the court, reel tea that the signers were pre. sent at the execution of Charles J. Gulteau and that he was hanged by the neck till he was dead. The Jurors were W. 8. Larner, B. P. Gaines, Harry P. Godwin, John Coughlln, 8. D. Newcorab, Charles T. Murray, Edward .Hudson, 8. E. Lewis, H. L. West, Stanley Gardner and G. H. Plant, Jr. John Gulteau Gla4 It is Over. THE BODY TO BE BURIED IN THE JAIL. John W. Gulteau said to a reporter Just after the execution, that he was glad It was over. "What will be done with the remains?" asked the reporter. "We wlB bury him here in the Jail where he will be safe," said Mr. Guiveau. "He will not be taken out of thejaiL" The spot Indicated by the warden as Gulteau*8 burial place Is In the same court as the gallows, and a few yards from it. The Question of InCermeut. While the autopsy was in progress Warden Crocker said to a report er that the manner and place of Gulteau's burial had not yet been determined upon. The body, he saltfc would remain In the Jail over night to-night. Dr. Hides, who left the lall soon after the hanging, will return In the morning, az.1 then the question of interment win be settled. John w. Gulteau. when he was asked if the relatives would not ultimately remove the body, said: "I dont want to say what we win do, for if I do we will not be able to protect It If the body Is taken away nobody will know it at the tune, at least." Dr. Hicks said, when asked about the burial, tfeat he did not want to say where me body would be interred. The funeral, such as it win be, win take place to-morrow, sad win be as private as possible. Withdrawal of the Military. At a quarter past t o'clock the military guard that has been on duty at the Jail ever shioe the 21 i ot July last marched away. They were loudly cheered as tbey left Telegrams to The Star THE CUMBERLAND MINERS. THE COLLEGE BOAT RACE TO-DAY. THE PROHIBITION VICTORY IN IOWA. ARABI PASHA'S ADDRESS TO THE TROOPS. The Execution ?w* Elwwhere. excitrment tn baltimore. Special Dippatch to The Evknijio Star. Baltimork, Juno 30.?Givat excitement is manifested here over the execution of Gulteau. Since early morning large crowds have been hanging around the various newspaper ofllces awaltlntr news from Washington. As soon as fresh bulletins would be published a eeneral rush would be made to read them. The crowds are blocking up the pavement in front of the various newspaper offices. All the dallies are getting out extras, which are selling as fast as they can be printed. Every person has a paper. The feeling is one of Intense satisfaction and relief at the execution of the sentence. Gniteau'i Exit Celebrated. Trenton, N. jr., June 30.?a salute of several guns was tired here to-day upon the announcement that Galteau had been hanged. The Maryland mine Troubles. a bad outlook for tdk strikers. Special Dispatch to 1 hk Evening Star. Cumberland, Md., June 3a?Conflicting reports have been received here from Clearfield, and the best Information Is that the strike is not general, and that the men are too equally divided to lnaugjurate a general strike. The convention of miners at Bedford yesterday was private, and their meeting Is at too late a day to anect the situation here. Unless terms of companies are accepted, It is the unquestionable purpose of every company here owning houses to furnish their occupants immediately with notices to quit, and to put experienced miners In their houses at any cost, and for every new miner brought Into this region an old one will have to go. If the miners are wise they will make terms before dcw labor is taken to T/\no/>Anlnrc on/1 UWlA?hU? * 1 '* * juviAMvutuug aim iUiUiUtUiail. J\ tUlUJJIUIillSf Willi honor Is yet possible. To-day the time will expire In which a number of our miners will be able to hold possession or their houses. Every one of the twelve companies have served notices on tenants to vacate them, and they will be put out as soon as law can reach them. Tbc Prohibition Victory In Iowa. Des Moinbs, Iowa, June 30.?The returns from all counties In the state, except six, give a net majority for the prohibition amendment of The College Boat Hace* before the struggle. New London, Conn., June 30, 8 a. m.?All the conditions are favorable for a punctual start of the college boat race this mornln?. There is a go-id breeze from the northwest blowing down the course, which will materially help the crews to make good time. There Is nothing new this morning respecting the reported refusal of Harvard to row unless the boats are lined by the bow Instead of the stern, as usuaL The fact is, that every man in the Harvard eight absolutely refused last night to start unless some compensation In position was given to them to offset the nine feet of extra length of the Yale shell. It is not likely, however, that this determination will be adhered to, to the extent of abandoning the races. It will undoubtedly cause delay in the start, however. Yale still has the call In the betting, but the faith in Mumrord's ability (Harvard's new bow) to endure the four mile stt uggle, gives confidence to Harvard's backers, and all bets offered are quickly taken. harvard leading on the third mile. 11:07 a. m.?The Harvard and Yale crews have Just started the race. At the end of the first mile Yale was In the lead. At the end of the second mile Harvard was In front At the end of the third mile Harvard was still leading. At three and-and-a-half miles the boats were on even terms. harvard wins. The race was won by Harvard by one length. Latest Strike News, the hudson river railroad strieers. Pougueeep.sie, N. Y., June 30.?The strike of the freight brakemen on the Hudson River railroad continues. All the main line men refuse to do duty and the freight conductors are acting as breakmen. Perishable freight is thus being sent along the jersey city strieers. Jersey City, N. J., June 30.?The strikers aa^embled in full force this morning at Hamilton Square for the purpose of making final arrangements for the monster mass meeting to oe neid to-night at 7 o'clock on the Scottish athletic grounds. Tho mobtiD^ win bo adUrc^i uy jonn Smntonand others. Two large stands will be erected for the speakers. A large t>ody of the New York strikers have signified their Intention of attending. Tne board of police commissioners has ordered the greater part of the regular police to resume th elr regular posts,with the understanding that they are to hold themselves in readiness to reassemble at short notice. The railway companies are working with a full force of laborers and are moving an enormous quantity of the accumulated freight Smallpox in Indiana* Conch arme, Ind., June 30.?Twenty eases of smallpox have pro red fatal here, and the pest still rages. Thit surrounding country is destitute, and UllUUI llUU UUU1U3KI1I IClgU. Old World Event*. ARABI PACnA'S WARLIKE ADDRESS TO THE TROOPS* Lomdon, June 30.?The Times' correspondent at Alexandria states that Arabl Pacha addressed the troops at the arsenal yesterday. He said Invasion had often been threatened by Europe, but had come to nothing. Their eyes were opened now, and It was not of England alone that they were going to be afraid, ou-lookers say the tone of the army was hardly reassuring to Arab! Pacha. france deserts the khedive. London, June 30.?A dispatch to the Daily Xews from Paris states that the French cabinet has decided that France is not in honor bound to support Tewllk Pacha, the Khedive, If-the people are persistently hostile to him, and the great powers are ready to support a candidate to be agreed upon between Arab! Pacha and the Porte. The prendum for war risks at Lloyds' on vessels passing through the Suez canal has advanced from 2 shillings 6 pence to 5 shillings per cent. This is not thought to indicate any serious fears. the oreat western railway co. London, June 30.?The result of the poll of the shareholders or the Great Western railway company on the question of amalgamation with the Grand Trunk railway company, shows that 1,072 proprietors, commanding 83,492 votes, favored amalgamation, and 8 proprietors, commanding 1.100 votes, opposed it. The amalgamation resolution was declared carrloa. An Impositor Arretted. Whitehall, N. Y., June 30.?William J. Fare, alias C. 11. Llnweed, who has been obtaining money through the country by pretending to represent '.Messrs. Lord & Taylor, of New York, was arrested here this morning. The Death of judge ncGaadlexik Pittsburg, Pa., June 30.?Hon. Wilson McCandless, a retired judge of the United States district court, died here at 5 o'clock this morning In the seveDty-third year of his age. The deceased's ueaui was suuut'u ana uuexpeeteu, notwu usianalng he had been ailing for a long time. He was appointed judge by President Buchanan, and served until retired on lull salary by special act of Congress In 1876. The Long Branch Train Disaster* the injchie8 op wjc. r. garrison. Long Branch, June 80.?The condition of Wm. R. Garrison Is about the same as it was last evening. During the night he revived sufficiently to call for ice-water twice. There are a dozen physicians in attendance at his bedside. The result of his injuries Is doubtful. another death. James E. Mallery died this morning at the farm house of Mr. Sclienck Conover, near the scene of the aqpldent. The Stock Market Still Dull. New York, dune 30.?The Post's financial article says: The Stock Exchange markets are all very dull, and this seems likely to be the case until after the July holidays. Government bonds are \ higher for the extended sixes and Jtf for the fives. State bonds are nominal Railroad bonds are J*al ' per cent higher. Stocks are i fraction higher as the net result of the fluctuations thus far to-day. 1 Serious Slabbing Case* Providence, R. L, June 30.?Patrick McGlnty* In a dispute with John O'Garra about the occupancy of a lounge, at 12:15 o'clock this morning, ' stabbed the latter with a large jack-knife In the right side of the head, just below the temple, and In the left breast. Both were drunk at the time, i O'Garra's wounds are serious. McGlnty was arrested. A Woolen mill Burned. North Ferrisbukg, Vt., June 80.?The North ' Ferrisburg woolen mills, owned by E. Daniels, . were burned this morning. Loss, $8,000; insurance, : $4,500. The fire Is supposed to have been caused j by spontaneous comlAtstlon. The New York BrakenenH Strike* ] New Yorx, June aa?The brakemen on the main , line of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad struck last night at West Albany. As fast as a train arrived the brakemen left her and refused to run her back to New York. They demand $50 a month, claiming that for some time past they had only ateri^edm Thar* are about , f? brakemen employed oh trains rusptar between 1 New York and Albany, feM ltwas eftmtotedthat as fast as the trains would ?*t to Albany the brakemen would leasts Mmb?: ?he*ompe*y has i conductors doing th$ jvoik ol Ifee rhratnraan tor 4 the present, but the strikers say they win wis the' ; /sonant Divorce Cask.?Drasma SHU has ] filed a bin for divorce from Clement S. HulL The bin sets forth that they were married In Illinois, 1 March 16,1MB, and had nine children horn to them, and hare lived in this District far six years. The plaintiff charges drunkenness and Ill-treat- meat and asks for alimony. J -> ' - V vf* ! ' -t.---'." '/j," .. 'V. fftitfrrjfii'ifjSffiiriififferii At The mar Rente Trial. TIT* TtfllMOXT rOR THE PROMOTION TO PAT. The hearing in the star route conspiracy case was resumed before Judge Wylle this morning. Besides those interested in the case, there wer not a dozen persons present. Route 3ft,lis, trom Ilawiings to White River, let to Jno. W. Dorsey for $1,TW per annum, was taken up. The contra< t called for one t rip j?er week, on a schedules of io-> hours. Geo. M. Sweeney, of the contract office <> the P. O. D., Identified the ptpers connected wltli the route, Chas. F. P rklns, of California, testified ihat he carried the mall on ibitroute six year*, and subsequently made a sulv ontract with Dorsey, through M. C. RerdeiL Mr. lUlss then j ut la evidence froui the files of th<department this letter, which had been filled up -o as to read 3 men and 6 antm.il> for the old schedule, and 11 m?n and 24 animals for th" expedited schedule. A blank p -titlon, headed I . S. Striate, and signed J. W. Dorsey by M. C. Herdell, was put In evidence, asking that the petition be signed as It was. AFTEK RKCRSS the attendance was small, and nearly all present were reading accounts of the execution. Jos. B. Adams, of Meeker, CoL, military post-trader at that place, testified to receiving a petition from Rcrdell, on which to get signatures asking for increased service ou the route, and could only get the names of two persons lu the camp, and gave it up In disgust. George C. Smith, notary public, at Rawllngs, Wyoming Territory, testified to receiving a letter purporting to have come from Rerdeli, asking that petitions be circulated and signed requesting that the service on the route be increased to seven trips per week, stating that he had had It fixed with the department, or the second assistant postmaster general, to have the service increased, but it was necessary to have petitions to file in the department to show that it was asked tor. District Boating Notes. THK COMING FREDERICKSBURG REGATTA, ETC., Nute, Klntner, Woodward and Henderson will compose the Columbia crew at the Fredericksburg regatta?a strong four. The Analostan crew, White, Eddy, Douglass and Page are rowing beautifully. The single scull race at Fredericksburg will be rowed by McKlnney, Potomac; Brace, Analostan, and Barclay, of Baltimore, so far as heard from. There will probably be other entries before Tuesday. The Totomacs will give a hop at their boat house this evening. From the Diamond to the Prize Ring> Warrants are out for the arrest of two colored men, named John H. Dorsey and Marshall Tyler, for engaging in a prize-fight in Ford's brick yards, in South Washington, on the 19th of this month. The fight grew out of a base ball match between the Capital City club and the Stretcher nine, which was played near the gas-house, in South Washington. The game was Interrupted several times by fights, and It was finally agreed to settle the matter with a fight between the two best men in the clubs. Tyler and Dorsey proceeded to the brick yard, chose seconds and made a ring, and fought more than twenty rounds, and spoiled over a t housand of Mr. Ford's green bricks, when the officers ; of the first precinct arrived on the scene of the tight and the pugilists did some good pedestrian work. Diwtrirt f>overniu<nt Affair*. Commissioner Dent, who has been absent for a day to attend the commencement of the high school at Charlotte Hall, Md., returned this morning, and was at his desk at 10 o'clock. Commissioner Morgan re'urnod this morning al>out 10 o'clock from a Pylng visit to Annapolis, where he went to assist In the audit of the books of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal company. The building Inspector has condemned the west wall of house 431 M street norOnvrst nwn?ii hv Ellen Gallagher, and the wall on the east aide of house 4S3 M street, the property of W. S. Ballard Lien certificates have been Issued by Mr. Roome, chief In charge of revisions of special assessments, on reservation 12 and squares 364, 360 and 237. Complaint has been made to the Commissioners of the wretched class or colored people who frequent the place on 7th, near Boundary street, known as Rick's park, and of the character cf the house kept there. C0NGRB8SI0NAL BtUfi RELATING TO TBI DISTRICT. The Commissioners received from the Senate District committee this morning House blllNo.6,625, "To authorize the Washington and Atlantic railroad company to extend a railroad into and within the District of Columbia;" also, House bill. No. 6,626, "To authorize the Washington and Point i/ookout railroad company to extend a railroad Into and within the District of Columbia;" also, House bill, No. 6,627, "To authorize the establishment of a free public highway In the District of Columbia," and House bill. No. 156, "To provide for the suspension of collection of special assessments In the District of Columbia until the improvements which such assessments were made to pay for are fully completed." with a reauest for the viu^-o at the Commissioners upon their merits, necessities, etc. MK. HIGELOW AND THE CITIZENS1 BUILDING CO.? A special meeting of the stockholders of the Citizens' Building Company was held last nl?ht at the rooms of the Board of Trade, an unusual number of members being present to hear what might be said and done touching their absconding secretary! Mr. B. F. Blgelow,late teller of the Bank of the Republic. Mr. C. C. Duncanson presided, and In the absence of the secretary. Gen. Rutherford was appointed to act temporarily. The chair stated the object of the call, and said there had as yet been no examination of the books and papers of the secretary, for the reason that possession had not been obtained of them until yesterday. Mr. Blgelow had locked them all up In a desk at his home and had taken the key with htm. At the request or the officers, Mr. Burr, father-in-law of Mr. Blgelow, had secured the papers, etc., and sent them to Mr. Tullock, the treasurer, who had not since bad time to make an examination. The situation in all Its phases was thoroughly discussed by the stockholders and officers, most of whom expressed the opinion that the building company would not lose anything by the absconding secretary. So far as had been Investigated by a cursory look at his ledger ana other books,everythlng seeuK-d to be perfectly regular; the credits all aiv pe;ired to be correct, but, of course, no one could tell until a more thorough examination. On motion, a committee of five were appointed by the chair to make such examination and report at a meeting to be called hereafter by the chair. Howgate's Whkkeabouts.?A report was started In this city yesterday that Capt. Howgate was seen in Syracuse, N. Y., and that he Is waiting there until his trial comes on, when he will return j iu una v,it/ again. iuc irciauu nuu piuir-wu wj have seen lilm says that be has plenty or money and Is living well. Washington Cattle Makket.?At the Queenstown drove yards, Wednesday, cattle were sold at 4a7>;c. per pound; sheep, 3a4%c. per pound; lambs, 4^;i?>o. Cows and calves brought from $25 to $50. The state of the market was dulL Marriage Licenses have been Issued to Robert Lewis and Charlotte Beaver, both or Potomac City; Herbert A. Gill, or New York city, and Monlta W. Smith, or New Orleans, La.; Isaac H. Po.^ey, or Greenfield Mills, Md., and M. Margaret Williams, of Dlckerson's, Montgomery county, M(L; James Alexander Snowden. or Montgomery county, Md., and Malvlna De Pratt Sears, or Newark, N. J.; Wm. II. Cmmpton and Maggie Lee; Thomas P. Purcell and Mary A. Harrln. Suspension of the Poo License Law.?The Commissioners have suspeuded the law in relation to dog licenses until the 15th July, to give persons owning or keeping such animals time to pay their licenses and obtain the required tags, f Albert Bouldln, colored, minister of the Baptist church, corner or 4th and L streets northwest, was in the Pollee Court this morning on a charge or creating and maintaining a nuisance injurious to health. He was directed to remedy the nuisance. A notorious colored woman named Lizale Johnson, alias Brown, was In the cell at the Police Court this morning on rour charges or larceny. She i^as committed to Jail tor a hearing to-morrow. The Police Court begun business at an e&i ly hour this morning, and several cases were continued bo that Judge Snell could serve on the Jury at the Gulteau execution. John Harrison pleaded guilty In the Police Court this morning to keeping a policy shop, and paid $85 into Judge Snell's coffers. Went WaaMutwi Affairs. Real Estate Sales.? Duncanson Bros, concluded jMstenJay the sales of the Von Essen property for Messrs. King, Be all and Thomas, trustees and executors, and sold an unimproved lot on north side or Cherry (Grace) street, distant 66 reel east from Potomac street, with a front of 36 feet, running north to the canal about 62 feet, for $25 per front foot, to H. Hunt Also, a lot Joining the last on the west, fronting 85 feet on the north side of Grace street, and also running to the canal, improved with a three-story brick warehouse, for (680, to A. H. Herr. Lodge Elections.?Wm. Louis Schley Lodge, No. 4, L O. M.?S. M., G. W. Wise; W. M., W. A. Hammer; J. 1L, Samuel A. Harper; R. 8., H. G. Divine; F. 8., G. W. Ballinger; treasurer, Hi G. Wagner; chapiln, Samuel 8. Dair; conductor, W. Hedgsen. Hermoine Lodge, No. 18, K. of P.?P. CM Jna T. Wood; C. C.,- W. BL Lang; G. C., John T. Core, Jr.; prelate, Wm. F. Gibbons; K. of B. and 8., P. R. Tavenner; M. ofE.,8. C. Palmer; M. of F.. H. G. Wagner; M. at A., John T. Core, Jr.; 8. G., John B. Davidson; O.G., B. F. Harper.?Covenant Lodge, No. 18, L a O. F.?N. G., H. M. Rodgers; & 8., Job H. Darne; treasurer, C. M. Allison. Sent to the Hostital. ?James Mead, about 40 years of age, living at SMO 84th street, being old and helpless, was sent to the hospital last eveniq^oles in the Rive*.?The boating men com- I plain of the number of poles used for trap nets which have been left in the river by the fishermen. Condition or the Watee.?Great Falls, receivjig and distributing reservoirs, clear. Hies Tmn.?JUlyl, a-m., 8:14 p.m. m ?mir a^moeang to-day. "jIeST* lafonaaT vtrik m- Mi -concerning the nUttoap ? * ! will be referred to the Attorney General tor an opinion. The e^Ject^thejaew DtatrlctCom- , m i riniiiEEiniTii NonxAtsDM.?W. P. Hepbura, [re|kj 8th Iowa; Dt B. Thing, (gresnbackj M Jr- * Washington News and Gossip Gotxrwmrvt Ranttrrp To-pat?ImenuU rm? sur, ?SlVn.M; customs. Mtt.Mttl tmu ww a Rrvok on Uie mnttj thl? morn. In? tUat a m?b bvl collected irrmftd th* Vim House. The fact wiw, however, that but low parsons came to the White Bouse this morning, eac.^pt Congressmen. On C.ibinet daya no ircimi callen are mvlr.nl, no the u>ual crowd or slgfct seers was not there to-dav. The report al <>m the m?b probably arose from the fact that all Um general service clerks ol the War department miwt through the White House grounds, on Um- way to draw tlielr salaries from the Treasury? ? ? Nrw* fro* tii* lioptikks. ?The secretary of the Nary has received u)'1 following despatch from Mr. Gilder, correspondent oT the New York Meraht, and cleric to Commander Berry, of the loot RodgTc "JakutsW, Juuo Arrived yesterday; detained by brenklm? U|> *?f rivers en rouU ; had to kill horse for food. Leave for Washington a> *oon as luslness here settle. Natal Orprrs.?Ensign Henry Mlneit. detached from the New Hampshire and ordered to the Han* ford; Master 11. F Rlnehart, to the hydru^raptale office; Midshipman .lohn I? Pureell and John Oltr son, trom the Jamestown and ordered to the Minnesota; Midshipman M. L. Read, from the Jaineotown and orderod to the Hartford. Attac* ok an Inpian Agrnt.?a dispatch to Gen. McKenile, commanding officer at Fort Stan ton. New Mexico, June ?M, which ha* been forwarded to the War department through military channels, and furnished to the Secretary of the Interior to-day for his information, says:?4' Liewellyn reports: Indian police to-day killed the prisoner who eacaped from Fort I'nion in trying to arrest him. Ills brother and eight or ten Indians fired on the agent, wounding him twice. Nautrlhla. war chief, is on agent v side, and nghu ing other Indiana. Troops will leave as soon as they can saddle up. (Signed) Grafton, commanding." Stopen Pkath ok a Conor mm an.?Representative Robert M. a. Hawk, from the firth dlsVlct of Illinois, died at his rooms. No. 810 Twelfth street, last night of apoplexy, after only a few hours Illness. lie returned to Washington Wf4nesday morning from his district when he hag rewuru assurances or nis rv-n< ml nation. KM famtlv at Mount Carroll, Illinois. were notified o* his death. The following commute was appointed by the two houses of Congress uv-dajr to escort the remains to the late homp of the load H??nTvsent^ tlve, in Illinois: Senators Logan, 1>111, and Geor^e^ and Representatives Moult on. Calkins, Davis. of 111., Cullen, Payson, M- Krnzle, and CabelL The committee will leive via the B. & O., at 10:10 tonight, with the remains. The Postmaster uimhu has forwarded a letter to Hon. T. W. Ferry, chairman of the committee on post offices and post roals of the Senate, recommending a reduction of letter postage onothlrd. Ybllow Fever.?Advices to the National Board of lloalth state that tnere were 45 death* by yellow fever for the week ending June 28J In Havana, and so many sick with the disease that It was feared It would become epidemic. Two vessels had left lor the I'nltod States with one yellow fever patient on t>oard. A Boy Caij.er at the White IlorsE.?But few people came to the White ll<>use this morning for the purpose of seolntr the President to plead for the pardon or respite of Gult'-au. Those who were of aound mind knew that their efforts would oe entirely fruitless, and but two or three ones came. They were known by their manner and appearance, am* were told that they could not see the ITesident lie*au>e it was Cabinet day, and they were not allowed to enter the house at alL A very little boy called this morninp all alone. He wore a Roldler cap and carried a wooden gimon his shoulder. He Informed the doorkeeper that he must see the President. He was asked what for. "Well," he replied, "this Is my birth-day. I was six years old at? o'clock this morning. I want m see the President to tell him that he mustn't ban;: Gulteau on my birth-day." Death of Brno eon fivokencto'DoKoonra.?'The War department Is Informed of the death of Capt. Florence O'Donoghue, medical storekeeper U.S.A., in New York yesterday. He was a native of U?*>ige? town, appointed from the District of Columbia. Personal.?Mr. A. It Spofford, of this ctty, baa been made an L.L.D. by Amherst Colluge.? Senator Ingalls and Representative Dunn hate returned from Old Point Comfort, where thefr s- pent several days.? Chief Justice Walte has been elected a member of Yale College corporation.?The Misses Feblger are visiting Colonel and Mrs. Dorm Matt at their residence In oulo.?? Assistant PostmasterGener.il Hutton goes to Iowa to-morrow for a visit of a few day a Kx. Representative Ewlng, of Ohio, Is at the Rlggs. Yale College has conferred the honorary decree of L. L?Ht uimu jveiuvsentatlve Crapo and Senor Murtluea, late Chilian Minister here. Mr. N. B. Coblelfb, Cl^ralftnd eyaat of the nt. ti'ciu pi^lW| Is in the city on a brief visit. Mrs. Gen. Darllmr has gone from Old Point to the Fauquier 8j?rlni^ where she will spend the month ot July, and the? go north for the remainder of the season. It. Representative Lamlson, of Ohio, Is at Wlll&rdlh Mrs. M. J. Webster and daughter sailed from Baltimore tor Europe on Wednesday. ?T. S. Applegate, of the Adrian (Mich.) Times, In tn town for & stay of a week, the puest of Col. Thompson, auperintendent of railway mall service. Representative and Mrs. Herbert have pone to Colorado on account or the falling health of the latter. Ex-Secretary Ramsey and ex-Representatlvc KcU logg, of Connecticut, are at the Arlington. Whltelaw Held, of the New York Trit/uite, hits gone to California with his wire, who Is a native of that state. Representative McCo11*b family have pone to their home in Iowa, accompanied by Mr. McCold, who experts to return hen* to-morrow night Mr. J. Webb Ropers and family and Mm. J. Harris Rogers are at Long Brunch for these*. son,domicile at Lelands'Ocean HoteL Senator Bayard and Representatives Seville and Town* send were registered in New York last night. COXGKES.SIOKAL l'ltO(KIDn^N. Vn&lr Ttnlayi Mr. nale, from the committee on approprlatloaa, report?*d the regular deflelcp-y appropriation btll, with amendments, and gave notice that he woult call It up as soon as the legislative appropriation bill Is dlspos?*d of. The joint resolution to provide temporarily Mr the expenditures of the government was signed by the chair. Resolutions were received frnm the House an. nounclug the death or Representative Hawk, o( Illinois, and providing for a joint committe to escort the remains to their last resting place. On motion or Mr. Logan, the resolutions were concurred In, Messrs. Logan, McDUl and George were appointed on the committee, and as a further mirk of respect for the de<?ased, the Senate, at 12:25, adjourned until to-morrow. Houte of RrprrM-ntative*. When the House met this morning the desk lately occupied by Representative R. M. Hawk, of Illinois, who died last night, was draped in black and decked with flowers. The chaplain toucliln#ly referred to the death of Mr. Hawk, and invoked the Divine blessing upon his bereaved family. Immediately after the reading of the Journal, Mr. H enderson announced the sad intelligence to the House, ami offered resolutions, which were unanimously adopted, expressing the sorrow of the House, and providing for the appoiutuient of a committee of turee Senators and seven Kepresentatlve?, to superintend the funeral ceremonies and escort the p'inalns to their last resting place. Messrs. Payson, Davis (Ills.), Moulton, Calkin* Cabell, McEenzle and Allen were appointed a* such committee on the part of the House. Mean. Henderson, Singleton (Ills.), Williams (Wls4, Kelley, Springer, Haskell, Koblnson (Mast*.), Cos (N.Y.), Knott and Lewis were appointed palk bearers, and then the House, out of respect ta the memory of the deceased, at 11adjournal. Capitol MMm. fkkbina territory bill. Hie Senate committee on territories, at that: meeting to-day, decided to report favorably tha bill Introduced early In the session by Mr. Saunders, establishing the Territory or Pembina, and providing a temporary government therefmt The proposed new territory embraces all that portion of the present Territory of Dakota lying north of the 46th parallel of north latitude. Alexandria Affair*. Reported for Tax Etkmiko Stab. Public School Closings.?Washington PUbO* school closes to-night. At tbe closing of the HaOo? wellpubllc scbool(coloredglrls)tbe superintendent* medel was awarded to SalTleChew.aud the teach sea medals to Florence Lane and ELla Evans TIM teachers of the white schools presented Superintendent Carne, retiring after tt years service, a set of Chambers' Encyclopedia, and the colored teachers presented a massive pitcher of sllTemplate appropriately inscribed. KBW Cot NTT SrrXRINTXNPXKT OF SCHOOIA.? W. A. Cave has been appointed sui?erlntendent of schools of Alexandria county vice \\ ibert deceased. Judge Cave is a gentleman of culture and high character. He wan, before the war, for several Ere a resident of Washington. Of late years be filled efficiently several places in the custoaaa and revenue service In this neighborhood. He la a veteran editor and was for some time superintendent of schools in Fauquier county. Kxpoarsaa Nona?Tbe Potomac Manufacturing Co. have auspeaded operations at tMi Iron works, out continue their shlp-bnildtsg operations....Tbe county court. Judge Sana war. raBumed its sessions to-day?Both flt John's academy, here, and the Episcopal high aefcooi, near by. are to be improved by tbe erecOM ot additional buildings.... Twenty-eight dogs have so tar ham captured by tbe dog-oart ga worn bat bums cm tbb foubtbi ntoH imiM^^SSi naam axx> ? By thsB. hO. Boadto AawojH fliiana tar Maaaaaa JSCS