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the evening star.
PlBLISHET* DAILY, Except Sunday,
AT THE STAR BUILDINGS.
Sorttweat Corner Pennsylvania At?. and lltbSt.. hj
The Evening Star Newspaper Company,
GEO. W. ADAMS.
twt yvr-vnen pt.?k !? wl to mitw-rlher* tn the
?Mt Vv <-arriers on their own account at 10 centsner
wn-k cr 44 rent* it month. Copies at tlif rnunt^r. i
ret t> f-u. li By -nail -ft ?ta?re prelaid?oOcenta a month.
cr. year. *?> "eix months
Frtervd it th. Post Oftice at Washington. D. C?M
aeccnd-class mail matter. 1
'] he W gjki.t Stak?publish?"! m? frlilay?81 a year.
H*ta|fc prei ilit. hix nu Tifii:*. SOcents
|r All mail mlwcriptioji* must be raid 1ii advance,
l < r*l w sent lonwer than is r*id f* r.
E.>t/-.r>t advertising n atU known on application.
amusements.
>'ATIONAL THEATER
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USE WEEK. COMMENCING MONDAY. APRIL 1.
SATURDAY MATINEE.
Mil M. B CURTIS. in hia Inimitable Creation,
SAM'L OF POSEN.
The Commercial Drcuukb,
And his selects! Company.
Special Engagement.
WEDNESDAY MATINEE ONLY. APRIL 9,
MLLE. ALBENA DH M? R.
Id her new and original concepti >n of
CAM1LLE.
Sot Wstk?THE BLACK FLAG. *p7_
p RDS. SEASON OF ART.
MR JOHN STETSON'S NEW YORK COMI'ANY IN
PRINCESS iDA
THE ORIGINAL SULL1V ~N ORCHESTRATION.
THE ORIGIN I GILBERT STAUE BUSINESS. .
An Orchestr o{Twmtv ?i? Miirffiw*.
ila*' itfeent '?old ana Sliver \nnor?
Mar h of th- P l d , P>uMlto*.
The ^-raiwart "Dauirhtersot the llow.
Examination el "The Girl Graduates.
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The only production in thi< city this season.
The only oj j? Ttunit> tin- seasou to set Gilbert and
Sullivan's latent comic opera.
princess inv
Matinees-Wednesday atid Saturday.
Adri.iwon.30 or & c nt- S< t ared places, 75cents
... ? >u* on sale at the box -.tfio#.
Easter Monday ?RHEA. ap7
rpHEATER COM1QUE.
MONDAY. APRIL. 7. ONE WEEK.
AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF BILE
THREE HOURS OF BCBBLING FI N.
A feaw Seiiiat:jiia. Extrav iintuza by Harry Montague.
entitled
ANTICS;
Or, the Ad van tares of a Traveling Theatrical Company,
In whicli
MABEL SI MMERS,
1 l*e handsomest fi.riue<t you * lml> in Washington,
will make her debut in some beautiful
"LIVING ART PIC I I RES."
An entire chan?r< of Olio.
Matinees--Tucsd ys. Thursdays and Sat unlay a. ap7
Dime museum.
ihe Ort at Combination of the Season.
GEO ROE KINKEL
And hWONDERFUL
H< >I.LYWOOD3
Every afternoon and evening tin* week in the pathetic
drama f
UNCLE TOM'S C WIN.
Placed on the stage in splendid style.
18 Stars--' rand Oil' P- rfoimano ?la Star?.
All the Curiosities and De s of Wild Animals.
AdBuaaion to all, only ten cents ai T-Ct
mm JUNIOR CLASS OF THE COLUMBIA TURNJ.
VhRviN will give an exhibition of Gymnastic Exc-rciaes
THIS EVENING at Aimer's Music Hall, commencing
at 8 o'clock sha. p. Admission. J5c it*
rtaurra and duty.
GRAND CONCERT
By the ST. CECELIA Ql ARTETTE.
Asasiste-1 by PROF BISCHOFF.
For the benefit of the Carrolll Institute,
At CONGREGATION AL CHURCH.
On EASTER MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 14th. 1SS4.
Admission 50 cents.
Reserv ed Seats at Ellis'. 75 (>-nts ap5-7t
Dime museum special card.
IMMENSE DRAMATIC COMBINATION.
The fluent performance ever trtven in the bundicy.
lhe Famous <-E<?lUiE KUNKEJL
And the
HOLLYWOOD FAMILY.
With a full Dramatic c >mi auy. in
UNi LE I M S CABIN
Splendid Seenic Efftx-ts Music. S^uirs and Dances.
GEORGE KU.nKEL the ?{:vat oiurinal) as
UNCLE TOM.
BABY CLAT. A a wornlerfnl )mi>ersocation) aa
ETA
Two ToP>E^S.
Little R??ebud and E< ssie Hollywood.
A Splendid Olio Couifanv
18 ENTIi.ELY NEW STARS.
Notwithstanding the immeu* expense the prices of
admission will not be rai-ed.
Achii'ssion to all only 10 cents. ap5-2t
J,-?REE EXHIBITION ?!
FOB A JEW DAYS ONLY.
THE FAMOUS ANTOTYPE COLLECTION
From Paris.
BARLOW'S ART GALLERY, 1223 Penn'a Avenue.
Containing over 30.000 far similes of the trreat old mas- !
ters, and the Id-st of the modern school of paintiiiirs. |
Tbia collectio n is uurivaied In tlu world. ap5-6t |
The Famous
MENDELSSOHN* QUINTETTE CLUB,
Of Boston,
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Aaaiatod by MADAME CORA GIE3E,
Mill give a grand Vocal and Instrumental
CONCERT.
At LINCOLN HALL, on TUESDAY, APRIL 13. 1884.
Ticketa, SL Reserved seats. $1.30.
Seats may be secured at Metaerott's music sture on or
after Saturday. April li 1&?4. ai4-10t
Choice seats for
FORD'S THEATER
lor sale at Brertauv's Book Sstore. lltu street and Pennsylvania
avenue ;a3
Bicycler
tricycles
AND ACCESSORIES.
BOIS' BICYCLES and VELOCIPEDES A SPECLALTY.
PURcllVSERS TAUGHT FREE.
Repairing txeculeil promj'tly in the most skillful
I&anner.
Boys' Bicycles m^ld on instalm. n:?
\*M. C. bcKlfcNER'S
1;h-ino schooi,
northwest.
>v OOD 31 antels In Oak. Cherry.
M \.HOGANY. WALNUT. Ac.
from the cheapest tc the richest artistic designa. We in- j
vite an ia?pecti> u of our ro* ms and a comparison of our '
I rite?, a* ?. are sellinK a gr-?t variety of
HOI SE FURNISHINGS
at very low prices.
nthlJ HAYWARD A HUTCHINSON. !
1 ^ADIES ATTENTION!
LATESl^PAF.I-IAN M<?I)E? TN TI \!R GOOD9L
M I.I.K M. J. PKaNDI
WILL REMAIN I NTiL FUR'I HER NOTICE Al
MRS M. .1 HI NT'S. : wj Y STKttT,
1c ni^eT i demaLiis : r :i any customer*.
"HI A WAVK-V SHINGLED BANGS!
These ?tyle? n? -r r-+d U in ?i , hairdressers hands
Aiwaysm or'.-r ;>> nam ?xis.t:T.g llaa- Drcw^d and
Barnes shingled. ap^-lm
Drews 1 )kig S^tore.
This store lias been temporar ly removed to
>41 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE NORTHWESt
(A*, rnon Row.)
ht:-e a complete assortment of
PI"RE DRUGS AND FINE CHEMICALS.
r wet her with a full line of DOMESTIC aiid IMPORTED
FANCV ARTICLES, can alwavs be touud. ItL'M
C.vBlNET C'aFE,
UM 14TH STREET.
FALL A LOVE.
E*~rst c^aa Meal a Meal* sent out in hot tin kitcnen at
#20per month. mh'24-Irn
SPRING (jtch.DS
1 he laiv??t and b.i?t m-1?, te.i stock of SUITINGS ever
oBered for ?eiitlem?-u to select trom at the
leading Tailoring establishment OP
washington.
H. D BARR.
XUAil 1111 Pennsylvania avenue.
fiARGAiNd iii
SEai. SEXN SACQLES
AND
PCR.LINED CTRCULARa
* l*i.dia* the imi-r. vemenu $ x^A^,\hrlMrUt'^t'
EKrJrTdom* this. wiiiL-u sdjo.iuu* proi*rty.
86-inch SEAL s ACQCF.s. *t *li:, *ia6and*iaA
87-mch SEAL SACOUES. at *l4i
38-inch SEAL S U gCF.S. at *lii
41-inch SEAL bACVl'ES. at ilTu.
41-lncA SEAL SACyVES (Law Sl*k m
44-mch StAL SACQUKS, at SJa)
4?-inch SEAL bACgt't-S. at 4
WILLEiT a KLOFFS,
* *** I'euasylvania avenoa.
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, v01- 03 ? X" 9,658. WASHIXGTOX, D. C., MONDAY. APRIL 7, 1884. ~~ TWO (KYIS.
LECTURES.
J^GYPT AND THF. 80UDAN.
THE LAND OF F.L MAHDI.
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Brilliantly illustrated by sixty stereopticon views,
for a charitable purpose Gen R E. COLSI ON. late
1 commanderot two expeditions in the ^ou .an, at Con- j
Itrtv iti -nal Churcn, on WEDNESDAY EVENING. :
Al ril 9.8 o'clock.
*droisr-ion 5o cents.
rickets for salt- at Brentano's. Metzerott's anil the ,
1 church. ap3-fit
BOOKS, <fec.
TOASTER ASSOC CKM \ '.?IV.. HAVE Nn H' >IJ
itation in sayinsr that our display of Easter G ods
is the lar -t and in ?t bcautitul ever offered in Wasliink-t"?i
an ! at prices to suit ev> ry one.
NEW BOoKs.?Her Washington Set son, Jeanie
, G?.ij Lincoln: No. 40. A I.omant-eof Fort es Monroe:
M< utul Evolution in Animals. Bancroft's Historv of
i I nit- (I S a-* a. V. 1. 4; Heart and Hi- Bear. A. G. Kidill ;
Atlantis, th-* Antcdeluviiii Wi. Kl. DoRuelly; Darwinism
tated by Hims? If 1; pnnd: ^ide Liirlits of English
SiH'iftj, Gienville Jlnrruy; l'aydeu's Dtct.onary of
Ilates tilth di?ion. The H.-ssians in the Revolution. E. ,
J. Lowell. A W ife Hard Won, Jutire McNair Wr.u-ht.
W. H. MORRISON.
ap7 475 Pennsylvania avenua.
THE ANNALS OF SASDT -PRING; OR TWENTY
\cars ' istory of a Rural Community in Maryla d.
By Wm. Henry Farquhar. Jtthe annual meetinirs of i
the stockholder* of the Lyceum the Historian ivi-s a
summary ot the incidents in a country i..-urhb rhood .
bound together by communities of interest ami aileetion.
It is. in fact, a biography of a community. To
those who k ow Sandv pringitwill Ik.- pleasant readi:.-*.
To be had of >. CsUlN'iS & BAILEY, Bait nn re,
Md. Price. !* 1.25. ap5-at
tiASTER Oards And IVovei.tits
, At BAUM'S. 41fi Seventh Street Northwest.
; EXTREMELY HANDSOME AND MAHVELOUSLY I
CHEAP.
Call and exfltniiie prices.
Prayer B<>ok>? ai.il Hymnals. Bibles and Catholic Devot.
nal Bo? ks at a greut reduction.
' he following- reduction in prices of books is now
offered:
_ , List Trice. Our price.
Irckens'. 15 vols., cloth #'-'2.50 c;J.50
Waverly. 12 vols., cloth 38 00 8.'.'5
Si'.siles Self Help. 4 \,il?.. doth > 0') 2.78
Macauley's Essays. 3 volt. . cloth 4 50 1 54'
Inrtmr's Work*. 10 vols., cloth. 12.00 i .sh
I Shakespeare, 1 ennyson. 8 v's. s'p. 2.30 1.78
, Al- ", the following N w Publications from 20 to 30 per
cent cheaper ti.au regular p ices: * ller Washington St ason."
by .1. G ljuci lii. "Social Problems." by Henry
George; "Old Lady Mary" ami "Biead v. mnt-rs."
BALM'S BOOK DEPARTMENT,
i ai^ 416 7th Street Nortnweat
| EASTER OFFERING"LEAVES
OF SPRING"?by W. H. C.
For sal* by all the Bookstores at 50 cents. LIPPINI
COTT A CO. ap2-2w
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF EASTER CARDS AND 1
l.and-pa.r.tt d Easter t kens in new and beautiful
d-snais Washington Clrmlatlmr Library, 807 14th
! street northwest, lietween H and 1 streets. apl
ASTER CARDS AND EASTER OIFTS.
A LARGE VARIETY OF BEA1 TIFUL AND F.T.E- ,
GANT DESIGNS FASTER CARDS FOh SUNDAY
SCHOOLS. D Vi.TlONAL BOOKS, BIBLES. PRAYERS
AND HYMNALS
C. C. PURSEI.L.
febi-J 418 at! street northwest
j Easter Cards And Novelties
A LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT.
Also.
I.ENTFN POORS AND BOOKS OF DEVOTION.
; VERY CHOICE SETS OF PRAYERS AND HYMNALS, i
FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES.
j mhl2 W M BALLANTYNE & SON. 428 7th Street
j ti ASTER (JaRDS
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AND NOVF.T.TTF.S.
Now ready for rarly selections a ftill 11ns >f
PRANG'S EASTER CARDS
! Just received. 500 t>oieM of FINE LINER PAPER AND
' ENVELOPES, Just oj* n--d in the Stationery Department,
at the low price of 25c. i?jr box.
100 Cards engraved lor 41.
G A WHITAKER.
feb21 1105 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUB. j
ji. ot' Are Invited
TO
KING'S PALACE.
GRAND SPRING OPENING OV
FRENCH PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS AND
NOVELTIES IN MILLINERY
|
ON TUESDAY AND W EDNESDAY. APRIL 1 AND 2.
!
We offer u Souvenirs on Opening Days
1.000 Elegant But.--r.es of COLORED and BLACK TIPS
at 20 cents. Three in a bunch. Sold formerly at ?0
cents. Also.
!
1.G00 Bunches of Still Better Prims ' oods at 48 cents a
bunch. Three in a bunch, sold formerly at $L
We offer also as Souvenir*
! j
1.000 H ATS at 25 i-ei.ts. worth 50 cents. 1,000 Children's
TRIMMED HA1S at SOceiits. worth ill.
We off. r also a choice a^s..r? ner>t r.f FLOWERS. LACE
i GOODS. SI1.K and KID GLOVES as Souvenirs on Open- !
| inif l>ays. As :n the past, we w ill a*a:n exhibit the j
Lar?rrst Stock. Most Choice Go- ds and all the Novelties j
that the Home and Foreign Market can produce, at
prices that will m- t the approval of alL You will be
more than compensated b> paying a visit to
KING'S PALACE,
X&L31 814 SEVENTH 8TREET.
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KOW BEADY.
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IIIE VAST NUMBER OF NEW AND HANDSOME
PATTERNS INCLUDE ALL THE MOST
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APPROVED IDEAS AND MANY
EXCLUSIVE ONES.
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STYLE. FIT and PERIECT10N OF WORKMANSHIP
| CANNOT BE SURPASSED
bv ths
BE8T GRADES OF CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS.
Having made more than our accust- med efforts, and
are therefore f ully prepared to welcome buyers.
t
ROBINSON, PARKER A CO.,
THE FINEST CLOTHING,
319. S. E. Coasts Seventh aso d Struts.
mhl4-3m
EEE A cSS^TTrT F.EE RRR
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I EE A A aSSo T EE RRR
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i EEE A A SS T EEE R K
OCC A RRR DDl> oSSo
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CCC A AR RDDD
We are making at our store new and unique desiirrs in
EASTEli BANNERS Pries 23c.. 35a, and 5<k-, each
A full stock of FKENCii TISSUE PAPER tor making
FLOWERS. Ac. No charge for teaching customer* how
to make Paper Flowers, Mats. etc.
J. JAY GOULF>,
i mh22-19t 411 NINTH STRSET.J
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NEW BUILDING ASSOI IATION.
lhpf;r=t n jnilir mf^tlntr of the SECOND WORKIN
'MKN's i'.ril.rcNG ASSOCIATION r.rthp payment
of dues and making advances will 1?: held at tlie
Hall. corn, r 8th and E northwest, on WEDNKSD \V
' ENING. t?it* H'h nst.. :it X o'clock. This A-soeiution
vn -rs tin- v?-ry liest fan r obtainiu&r unciey at a
lew rati- < f interest, $2t*> may be obtained on one .-hare
for a monthly repaynie it i f . $-.! (,r j <mK) oh five shares
for a repayment of $10 monthly. P rsons wishing to
invtst their monthly s:;viutrs upon sro ?1 security should
take adv:n:t:itT'' , t ;he inducemi nt offere i to dei>ositorB.
6p;rivi:t Ii Uir paid upon ali investments I he Aosociation
is to Is* c. nducted in the very b* st manner,
aud proims s to be one ot the lanrest 111 the city. Cotisti;
utions. iriviUfr ail 11.formation, will l?- distributed at
the n:. etiue. 'ihe tollowinjf officers are authorized to
lak subscriptions tor stock:
Presith nt. THo .Hit 1 >EHICK. 923 22d st n w
\ice J"r side t. JE i: I \H O'CONN It. Adams Exp.
Secretary. JOH.N T. I.YNi H. 2t*>4 9th st n.w.
Treasurer. T. I) DALY, 9, Market Buildings.
Direct, rs -W m. H Payne, Adams Express, Kst.: John
T. Fallon, 433 N st n.w ; Dennis i-'einirtv. 1,29 9th ?t ii
w.: C. W. Bllshnt 1 710 11th st.: .w : IVt'-r McCart ey.
2421 I st u w ; Patrick Liirkm, 8<MJ i>2d st.n.w.; Edward
D. Corcoran, 17* 3 I. st.n.w
Attornei?Neal T. Murray, 313 45* st.n.w.
an5-4t SHARES $1 EACH.
r" D E M OCRATIcfpR IMAR1 E.il
13?
. ?:}"*& Meetings will be held on the EVENING OF
APKIL 8 f H. 1884 in th' Twenry-two Letrislative Districts
ot th* District of Columbia at the following designated
places. to I ct thf. d< letr: ten to a Democratic
< >n vent ion to In held a: V-iilard Hall, April 15th. 1SS4,
at .30 o'clock p m., w o w; I elect two Heie-ates and
two Alter-late* to repr. g,.nt the Distric t Deinocrac\ a
the N.iti. iiul Democratic rouventloii to be held in Chic
uo on Mh July. 1Ss4, and to transact inch other business
as may come before it:
District 1st?Mas nic H ill Uniontown, D C,
2d?Bri.'htw .ml. D.?\ 3d?W
eavcr ii Ki irlc'n Hall.!306 32d street n.w.
4th?W<- t End Hotel. Georgetown. DC.
fitii?Lucas xlall, 22d st. and 1'a. ave. n.w.
ttth -V.'tli street ami Pennsylvania ave. n.w.
7th?1114 lsths'ree. n w.
Hh?itSiiO 7th street n.w.
9th? 14JU N. w York ave.
loth?VJ3o Pennsylvania ave. n.w.
31th?H 1! c< rut r 8th and C streets w.
12th?Cosmopolitan Hall, sth and E.
13th ? National R ties' Armory
Hi. ? Daly's Hall. O street, bt t. fith and 7th. *
l-.iii?Murphvy's Hall 623 G street n.w.
lMh?W . shniirton H.'Use,
17th?Blake's Hal , 7tn. near Bs.w.
lsth?Bauer's all. 7th and M streets g.w,
19th?t rner D- lawa e ave. and H st. n.e.
iflith?Wittliaft's Hall. 3<1 aud B sts. a.
'Jlst?Ilerreli's Hall. f,4J l a. ave s e
-'Vd?Triuibl 's Hall. Sth and I st-. s.e.
T>y order of the < vuirul Democratic Committee of the
District of Columbia.
uP.">-3t \MLLIAM DICKSON. Chairman.
The P" acticf, of dfrmatoi.ogt?a life
SPECIALTY?Bv Dr. .1. VAN DYCK. No ? Giant
Place. Rejuirts of Oases treated bv Dr. Van Dyck The
.symptoms are exact!} as described tiy the patient.
In the followintr r i ort ot cu.-m s I publish those wh'ch
best illustrate ihe different dashes of hkiu. Complexion
and Hair Bl. nushes.
Ca*-e I A youne- lady a^e<l 19. tall, and of fair conipl
Moi . hea th krood, though havintf a pr>^l;.?posit:on to
d>sii |.sia atid occasional l.ihous attacks, applied for
treatment in June, 1Ss:j, for a loarked case t.if Ac.i?^. Her
forehe id. cheeks and lioae were literally covered with
sniaL lnftuu'-d oimr l.*, interspersed with Blackheads,
associated with the Eruption wa-.in exe ssive oilitiess
t the nose. She nmamefl un.ier treatment for thiw)
ri: nths. a'd was discharged, jierfectly oured.with every
snru ot the disease reino ed.
Case I! Miss . a ed 29. brunette, quite ("tout,
consulted Dr Van Dyck at his Washinylo i office, Nov,
lhSU. Hatl a heavy pr. .wth i.t black bristly hair on her
upper hp, chin, throat and ch**eks. Sht inherited a jrener<
>u - d, vtJopuient ot hair from h r father's fa ily. Tlio
l>. etor c miae-ced operating in her case Nov. 15th. and
duritiK' this month r-uiov. d linirs by the Electric
Ne.il!. process Removed <1 inuc D c 2tKH}: Jan., 1888,
f**1'- 1. March. Hoo. and during the months of
April.May andJunt 100 mort, and to this dav her face
is p i't- tly tree from hair.
Cnse |I I Mrs of Washinsrton, D. C., asf 48,
wcK'lu'J >0 lbs., blonde, commenced tn atinent duriiiif '
th- spring of 1S83. for a well-defined mustache aud a
Krowth ot bristly hairs on the chin. The history of her
cast is a- foil. '\vs a? liescrilied by the patl' ?it Doctor. 30
years a -o, ab. ut the time I first <'tit> red society. I had
a t- \v liu-iit hairs on my upper lip, which were a trifle
loiiir.-r than the u- .al down. One'^ivht my eldest sister
an 1 I were preparing to attend a fashionable ball. I
had my face powd.-reil, when one of my s st- rs noticed
the*.- lew ha:rj^ and at i n. e said, let me pull those out,
wnicn she did and at the same time pulled just three
h;ii''s i ut ot my chin. The result was they kt.-w ill
darker ana coarser than ever. I pull- d the n out a?rani
an , ..?a'n. and had more to extract eai h time. I went to
a druif-'ist a fri. nd of mine) and he ecommended me to
use a depi t. T\ powder which, to my sorrow. I was
fo-Usn . uoiuh to try. It cleaned the hairs from my
lac* l* :i:itifu!ly. but out the\ came a*:.ihi, and when- r.t
nr^t tiiere ? ;.? merely down is now a crop of stiff, wiry
hairs. I c> uid tiear with the hair on mj'lio. Doctor,
but .> hen it comes to a jrrowth of chin whiskers, it is
rattier more than I can b> ar 'Ihe first thn*<- months
l?r \an Dyck removed in all l.rOohairs She left Washli
trto'i ;n June, and returned in Au ust when e reyiovt-d
)0 more han-s, her 1 ai'e was now so nearly freed
fr. in hair that sh< went at road in septeinl^-r .'ind re
nauned in Europe unt:l March. 1mh|. when the Doctor
ene. 'eif a coiiiplt te cuse of her case by removing abjiit
20 strak'trlint; h irs.
Ca.se I\. Mrs. a married lady, mm] 35, the
mother ot 8 children, lived for a numV?-rof jears in the
south . onsulbd Dr. Van Dyck n the summer of '83 for
Diver SjH.-ts. Her forehead over her t yes and extending
tothe r.s>ts of her ha was almost completely covered
with two ilver spots, leaviu aspa. eiof about the size
ot a silver hall-dollar; in the very center of lur forehead.
where the sk.n was its natural color. Tne discoloration
wa so deep and inakiiikr such a marked contrast
between it anl the natural color of tin- skin, that
it looke-d as ;f there w as a white spot in the . enter of her
forehead. There Were well defined spots on the temples
on the outer inar^n.-i of the eye, and on the che ks. Her
neck was discolored, presenting a s<>lid appearance, j
There was also a general sallow condition .f the f?ce '
the skin was ory. her health was not jrootl, troubled ;
with ? hronic ( oiistipation and Indiirestioii. First
month if. ti. r d healtu im roved and snots showed a
tendency to fade; si-cotid m nth. the health improvinir,
ai d the spots aiinost disa; |?-ared; third month, hialth
u-ood. disc I .ration completely obliterated, complexion
fresh and char. 'Ihe treatment was .Ii-continued and
the patient wa<j pronounced cured. (This lady has sent
Dr. \ au Dyck three immediate members of her family j
and mor.j thi'ti twenty of tier f. ieiids).
Case \ Miss , jut. blonde, health (rood beifan
treatment with tr Van Dyck January, for a
Stipp!*! Skm. (by Stippled Skin we m. an coarse, deep
pores, mostly seen on tha nose and cheeks). The pores
in hei case L-td beome so lanre and coarse that it was
real:y ui'-iirhtly, an when sh> used powder, h r skin
look, il pitt d. atid tli?-r*3 was such an oily exudation
from the sk'.ti that if she would press tissue paper upon
her la. < it would at once 1m come aturateil witti .il tne
sUm was relaxed and looke.) exactly as if it had he, n
stuck full cf pins, and after th' ir withdrawal leaving
the holes made by them In this c be Dr. Van Dv< k
u-iti a purely oriiri.ial method of treatment, and after a
course of a tew mo: tlis' tivatiii-iit Miss 'a skin
became fine and snio th.
Ii ycu have t e abov-. any bl *u:ish, discoloration or
detect of the complexion hair, hand-, eyebrows, eyelash
s or skm; if you have any rash, humor, erupti >
blood or skm diseas-. consult Dr. VAN DY< K. I). rinatolo^i-t.
No. 22 i.irant Place, at once. Hours 9 a in. to 7
n. m Sundays, v to 2. S**nil >ii one-cu.t stamps for
Dr. \ an I >yck'a Treatise on Personal lieauty,&c. a7,14,2l
719 BLACK DRESS C.00D8! 719
E. G. DAVIS.
719 MARKET SPACE.
CHOICE OFFERINGS FOR EASTER WEEK.
Crai* de Chine?Plain, Strii>ed and Embroidered.
Canton Crape, Courtauld's Eusfli^ Crape for Veils.
Bieli Silk and Velvet Grenadines.
Best Brands ol bilks.
Jersey Suiali, Satin Luxor. Mt rvellleux. Rhadiiaier.
Louisinc. Satin de Flora. Pouifee and China Silka.
Embroidered Robes, Fine Black Shawls. Cashmeres.
Bati.-te, Nuns'Veiling. Carmelite, Albatros, Henrietta.
Cloth and Drap de Almas.
DRESS TRIMMINGS A SPECIALTY.
V*/ Sun Umbrellas aud Parasols.
E. G. DAVIS.
719 Market Space, corner 8th street. ap5
IiUTTRELL'8.
Received this week a fresh supply of those pretty
COLORED SILKS.
In the new spring shades, at 75 cents. Very fine Heavy
We iff lit at .*1
BL CK AND COLOP.ED RHADAMES, very desirable.
new shades, at
*11 the si rii.ir Novelties in Wool Fabrics, plain and
in combination.
Fine Ad Wool Dress Goods at 25 cents.
l-'r> nci liau ti. 4?> inches wide, printed in elefrant new
d sivns, at reduced pi ices.
Jl.RsE plain, pleated and braided all colors and
prices.
i. A. LUTTRELL h. CO.,
_ap5 817 Market Space.
Spring Styles In HATa
DUXLAP'S FIFTH AVENUE SPRING-STYLE SILK
HAT and STIFF HATS, in BLACK, BROWN.
BKONZE and NUT-BROWN COLORS.
WILLF.TT & RUOFF*S,
Sole Ajrents for this City,
mh22-lm D0u 1*knnsvlvama Avknuk.
1 URNITURE! FuRNITURE! FuRNITURE!
oOMK OF THE BAKGAIXS WE WILL OFFEB FOR
A FEW DAYS:
Ash Chamlier Suite, 8 pieces, with landscape Mirror.
17 x 30, for $37 50.
Ash > himbi-r Suite, 10 pieces, 19 x 32 Mirror. $45.
Cherry (Jliauitx-r Suite, with Landscape Mirror, 23x30,
45.
S,.me Suite in Ash. $45.
Ash CJc.' i.ber Siute. Marble Top, 10 pieces, 20x32
Mirror. i50
Walnut Hall Tree. Brass Pins, Marble Slab, Beveled
Minor, Id x -40. %'^7.50.
Marhle lop Cherry Suite, Mahotrany Panels. Btmb
Ornaments. iVamlscap Beveled Mirror, 23 x 30. $65.
Walnut Chamber Suite. 10 pieces. Marble Top, $50si.MJLETON
A H- 'EKE.
cuh25 Ml liarket npace and 308 and 310 8th street.
_ SPECIAL NOTICES.
QUARTERLY MEETING F THE NAV
TIONAL ASSOCIATION UlR THK RELIEF
i t'T1" CUI.OKVD WOMEN AVD CHILDREN
*u1 b. h U i UtSDAV. April 8th. at 11 o'clock
a. in., at the ' Home," 8th street extended
" HELEN A. COOK. Secy
T WAL ! EH P. SWEENEY k CO .sfCrESSOHS
? to the late C. W. Hawke, wdl continue the busiS.
88 o? House Painting and Polishing. Can be found at
No 10.) I street uortheast.
?>e respectfully solicit his old patronna-n
... W.P.SWEENEY.
_if Mw. C. \\. HAWKE.
REPUBLICANS OF THE SECOND DISZlJ?
tr}?--t rally to the mass meeting to select five deloi
mes and three alternates to the VNillspd ball con veil j
tiiiu to particulate in the selection of two deletrat sa d
two alternates to the Chioatro convention, which inlets
I M ! ?ra, r l8t and A streets southeast.
1 HIS tVLM.\G, at 7 30p. in. A. GRAN :.
_ 11 of Cental and Executive commit teea.
?J^MASS MEETING ~
CITIZENS!
in?1? heretofore appointed at a Mas* Meetinentl
Bl?smes>s Men havimr perfected the arran^eTHE
GENERAL MASS MEETING
of
CITIZENS
w ill be held at
LINCOLN HALL,
WEDNESDAY. April 9, 18S4, at 8 p. m.
Eminent gentlemen from different parts of the coun.i?1
participate and address th meeting.
All are cordially in\ ited to be present.
ap7-3t THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
rjr^* OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS 7~
DISTRIC1 O. CO UMBIA. >
Washington, April 4th, 1884.5
Mliereas it has been deemed conducive to the public
interest to ope.i a public road fruin the village of Lincoln
through prop rty of W. H. H Griffith to the public
road known as entr 1 avenue, near B< nuiugs. in the
County of Washington. and
Whereas th opeiiiiifrc>f said road fiaa been, by direction
of the u :dermioied, duly surveyed, and a plot
tliereoi prepared a d h ed iii our office, notice is hereby
given of th.- proposal opening of ^lid road, mid a.l persons
having objec ion thereto are requested to tnake
ttieiii known to the undersigned on the ;i0 a day of
April, 8S4. .it noon, at the office of th undersigned,
K'joui N?. i.i. Columbia Buildup, 4&?street, Washing'
. where any objections which may be uiade
w ill be heard and coiisi< lered.
J. B EDMONDS.
J. R. WEST.
G. J. LV DECKER.
Major of Engineers. U. S. A.,
< ommissioners of the Distric t of Columbia.
ap7-2aw3w
\ NtMili- R~oF~REGULARLY ORGANIZED
. ,** aud responsible bodies deeiring to obtain suitable
quarter* lor their rettul r meetings, wou.d be
pleased to he::r from persons contemplating theerecuon.in
a central location, of a buiiiliug whose Beeoud
or third floor would be suitable for the purpose named.
Address l.ox 10, Siar office. ap7-Ct
THK DEMOCRATS OF THE TWENTY-SE(V
fc. ? o- d District are requested to meet at Trimble's
Hall corner bth and I streets southeast, on Ti LSD AY,
April St ri, ai 7 ^ o'clock p. m.t to elect three lit*] elates to
the District Convention, to be held on the lath instant.
J. W. ARNOLD.
_Hy order of the Central Committee. ap5-3t
jTjtiF" A REGULAR MEETING OF 'HE NoRTHV
ern Liberty German-American Building \s*c?ciation.
N?>. 2, will be held at the Northern Market Hall,
corner O and 7th stree s northwest.on WEDNESDAY
evening. April 9th, 1.S.-4. at 8 o'clock.
1 lie at'.eii <bucc ol eveiy member is requested, to hear
the reports and take part in the annuai election of officers.
"pj-3t ED BROWN, Secretary.
r frs0 TWENTIETH DISTRICT?
,v .. ? ATTENTION. DEMOCRATS!
A nie ting will be held at Whithaft's Hall, corner of 3d
and B stieets ?.e? on TUESDAY EVENING. Aprils, at
'^Pni., tor the purpose of electing three Delegates to
th-- District Convention to meet April 15th inst. ap6-3t*
fl^HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
I> w
iVie fourth Monthly Meeting of above new and flourishiinr
AKsociatK.ii wi.l !? held at the hall, southwest
^I,'.I.,??v.1ial'ia ?v?>ue and TOtti street, on
}'-;>I,A\ E\ EN ING. the *th inst.. at 8 o'clock.
i intye who desire takiiii.' stock m this Association
should do so at th.a meeting, ttver 2 TOO shares have alr,
i'i Vt'"' 11 tfllct*u- Subscriptions to stock of the FIRST
St . vN. caT1,lot received after Mav 13, 1HH4 The
1IW5 SERIES will not be opened* until January,
SHARES $1.00 EACH PER MONTH.
This Association offers advantages to those desirous
ox saf. ly investing theirsavmys, or of obtainitit' loans,
on the easiest of t? r?us; equal, if not snin-rior. to other
ass. .ciations of the city. As much is 4200 may be obtained
as an advance on each share
WALTER STfcWART. President.
nioS. DOW LING. Vice Pr< aidant,
*I>*"3 2131 H stp^t n rthwest.
BUILDING LUMBER
AND
HARDWOODS
AT LOW PRICES.
ESTIMATES FREELY MADE.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY LATHS.
WM. MrT.FAN k SO*.
| _*I'3 Cor. 13th and B streets northwest.
NATIONAL MEDIC \LCOLLEGE (MEDICAL
v to Department of Columbian University), 1325 H
xiltt iT; v . of lectures wfli be?rin on
MONDAY, APRIL 7TH, at 8 p.m., with an intr< ductory
I lecture by Dr W. W? GODDING. Subje.-t: "Of What
| l.se Are Lei-tures I'll Insanity to the General Practitioner
'I he Profession and public are invited.
*or further information apply to
A. F. A. KING. M.D.. Dean.
?I'--Jt 7'J(! 13th street, orthwest.
fZ7?? NEW BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
THE SECOND MUTUAL BU LDTNG ASSOCIATION
i h' ttrst monthly meetiug will Ih-held at St. Dominies
Hall. 6th and F streets southwest. MuNDVY
April i, at 8 o'clock i>. m. $150 may be obtained<>u each
share advanced on. Six per cent interest allowed.
Shares oiib dollar per month. Subscriptions for stock
re<;( l ved by
1<. G. Campbell. President. 517 10th street n w
Maurie. i itzirerald. Vice Presiden'. 2d and F s. w.
i . . rmody. S?-cret ry, 817 Fs. w.
j P B. Dunn, I reasurer, 218 lot street n. w.
Fillmore B> all, Attorney, 321 4!^ s'reet n. W.,
And the following Directors:
? ill am H. Biium, 7th and B streets a. w.
S It Beyer. *520 D street s. w.
D Shannon, 1421 0th n. w.
H. W. Smith. 7Ui B street a. w.
J. W. Barker, 7th aud D streets s w.
.1 A. McDennott, 1513 Ctli street s w
George W. liant. 6207th street s. w." mh29-8t
DRUGS.?C. S. PRICE. DRUGGIST. 42fi 7T*
r , VIV *5 w : ^L1,'ad)r!K i h?rmacy in South Wasliington.
Physicians Presenptions a si>ecialty. l atent MedUines.
Perlumery and Toilet ArUcles in ifreat variety.
,*Jit-r'"' t'NCASTER k HOWARD'S CAPslCIN
, POROUS STRENGTHENING 1'LASTFRS are
the best. Price. 20 cents. Call at 7th and I streets and
try one. ap2
IT.^PV CURTISS SMITHE HAS REMOVED
t- AJ his office from 325 C street northwest to 1313 New
lork avenue. . mh29-2in
JOHN H. MAunUDER, 1417 NEW YORK
V Avenue, is the only airent for Wharton G. Green's
1 okay, vineyard of layetteville. North Carolina Scuup?:rnonir,
lf.k^y and oth r Wines. nih2-<-lui
JOHN H. MAQRUDER, ~
, 1417 NE V YORK AVENUE.
Is the only jurent for C. A. HEINEKEVS VirginU
Clarets and White Wiues. mh27-liii
jf JOHN H. 1UQKDDE& "~~
?rw H17 NEW YORK AVENUE
Is the only at'ent for Mies C. E. MARTIN'S Unequalled
Home-made Cakes. mh27-lm
JOHN H. MAORUDER, 1417 NEW YORK
l?r?i avenue, is the only airent for ROBERT SMITH'S
SONS' Philadelphia India Pale Ale. The trade and publie
can be supplied. mli27-lm
FT?" JOHN H. MAORUDER. 1417 NEW YORK
fc Isp avenue, is the only aifent for PHILIP J. LAUBER'S
Celebrated Philadelphia Bouemian Beer The
Issst in the market. mh27-lm
?OAK HILL CEMETERY.
ADMISSION OX SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS.
No person sha 1 be admitted within the Cemetery on
Sundays or holidays, except proprietors of lots or mem:
bera or their immediate families and persons accompan>ing
them: and the Supe rintendent shall have the
right to require satMactory evidence that those
asking admission are the i<ersons they represent themsi'lves
to be, and, in case of refusal he may refuse admission
or exi>el them.
By order of the Board of Managers.
A. J. JOV-ES.
nili'22-f>m Treasurer and Superintendent
PR WILLIAM M CATE HAS NEW OFFICES
b-~?s at 916 15tli street. Practice limited to treatment
of Spinal Curvatures and D:seases of the Nervous System.
mhj2-lm
f'^r" ROGINSKI 4 LEVVIS, THRWELL-KNOWN
IL^.v Sitfn Painters and Glaziers, fonnerly of the corner
lltli and F streets, are lecatedat their new and commodious
shop. No. yiw D street northwest Telephone
connection mhl9-lm
BRASS ANDIRONsTVlRE SETS, FENDEttJ
W'W &c? itc.
I F. BROOKS GAS FIXTURES,
531 15th STREET. Cobcokan BnuMNo.
Full line of these Goods, also Artistic and Fancy Colored
Globes, Fancy Brass and Porcelain Lamps, Portables,
kc. Lowest Prices.
.115 E. F. BROOKS.
BOERICKE k TAFELS' HOMEOPATHIC*
L'V MEDICINE at C. CHnlS'i LANi'S, -no. 4o4 Penn
sylvania avenue. mh29-lin
SAMUEL 8. bHEDI).
GAS FIXTURES, OAS FIXTURES,
SLATE MANTEia.
LATROBES, RANGES. FURNACES,
PLUMBING AND HEATING.
Jobbing promptly dona.
fel>12 4099th street northwest
y-rar* THE ATTENTION OF VISITORS AND
L'?' Residents is particularly called to PHOSVITi,
tlie new and popular Brain ana Nerve Tonic and Safeguard
against Malaria, lor sale aerated by the g'**r- or
lb botUcs uy
W. C. MILBURN.
fcU Inventor and Manufacturer.
1421' Pennsylvania avenue.
JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER SUPPLY OF THE
new Pat.mt Perfect Razors; be-t quality truaraoteed.
and exchaiiK able il not satisfactory. ('1.50 each, at the
kodtfera' Cutlery Store, 487 i'toinsylvania ave. luhtl-im
AT THE CAPITOL TO-DAY.
EDUCATION BILL IX THE SENATE.
NEW LEGISLATION IN THE HOUSE, j
N I
The s?nate.
Bills were Introduced aBd appropriately referred,
as follows:
By Mr. George?To extend the duration of the
court of Alabama claims.
By Mr. Wilson?To provide for the payment of
amounts that may be found due to postmasters
under the act of March 3, 1S83.
Mr. Beck offered a resolution, which was agreed
to, calling on the Secretary of the Navy to inform 1
the Senate whether. In his opinion, the efficiency of
the navy would be Impaired by the repeal of all
laws granting prize money In any form to the officers
and sailors of the navy of the United States.
the education bill.
The Senate then, on motion of Mr. Blair, resumed
consideration ot the education bill.
Mr. Brown sjioke in support or the bill. In answer i
to the opposing argument made by Mr. Morgan on
Saturday.
The House.
Under the call of states the following bills, etc.,
were introduced and referred:
Bv Mr. Illtt (I1L)?Authorizing the President to
nominate a commissioner to fill an existing vacancy
In the international prison commission, and to appoint
a delegate to attend the meeting of the International
prison congress at Home.
By Mr. Wood (Ind.)?A resolution calling on the
Secretary of State lor Information concerning the
threatened confiscation of the American college In
Italy,
By Mr. Clardy (Mo.)?For the better protection of
the lives of passengers on strain vessels.
By Mr. Fiedler (N. J.)?To enable the Attorney
General to collect statistics In relation to criminal
and convict labor.
By Mr. Holler (Ohio)?To dispense with the use of
models in the Patent office.
By Mr. Hopkins(Pa.)?ITovldlngforthetndenture
of apprenticeship in the District of Columbia and
in the Territories.
By Mr. Love ring (Mass.)?Granting a pension of
$8 a month to all soldiers and sailors who served 60 ;
days in the late war and were honorably discharged.
the americas colleiie in home.
By Mr. Springer (II.)?A resolution calling on the
President for copies of all correspondence in the
State department In regard to the confiscation or j
conversion by the Italian government of the property
of the American college In Italy, and requr -tlng
him, if in his opinion a proper occasion has
arisen, to interpose the good offices of the l ulled i
States to protect the property of American citizens
In Itaiy from confiscation and conversion by that
government.
By .Mr. King (I.a.)?To increase the efficiency of
the river observations of the signal sendee. Also, j
to aid In the support of common schools.
By Mr. Weller (la.)?A resolution calling on the ;
Secretary of the Navy for a list of names of all j
officers on the ret ired list of the navy who are re- ;
celving over 13.000 a year, and who had seen no sea i
service and less than 16 years land service at the
time of their retirement.
Capitol Topics*
tiik library bill is thk sen ati.
The Senate bill for the erection of a library building
holds Its place as the special order after th
shipping bill and the Inter-state commerce bill.
These two measures have priority, and t lie only
apprehension Is that an appropriation bill or the
tariff bill may be pushed Just at the time when the
library bill is reached. The shipping bill, it Is
expected, will occupy some time, as numerous
members have declared their purpose to have some- i
thing to say up/in It. The Inter-state commerce bill is |
another that will provoke some debate; lience it is
not deemed probable that the library bill can be
reached this week. Its friends hope to get It up,
however, early next week.
minor notes.
The nouse on Saturday passed the agricultural
appropriation bill, after adding fc*5.000 to the appropriation
for the distribution of seed and plants. The
bill appropriates j4.55.510. |
The Senate on Saturday confirmed Chauncey B.
Sabln. to be l". S. district Judge lor the eastern district
of Texas: and J. C. Burrows, of Michigan, to be
i solicitor of the treasury.
! M r. Barbour, chairman of the house District com|
mlttee, is suffering from a severe cold.
.Mr. Barr, of ?a., Is absent on a ten days'leave !
from the House.
Kussell H. Scott, page In the House, resigned his j
position today, to go out west.
Kepresentative curt in went to New York Saturday.
He will probably ret urn on Thursday.
Tlie Jeannette Scandal*
re-opening theolo wocnds.
After Ths Star's report closed Saturday, Dr.
Daniel F. Collins continued his statement, before
the House naval affairs committee of the wrongs .
his brother had suffered from the hands of Lieut, j
De Long while on the Jeannette, and quoted Lieut.
Danenhower as saying that before he would have
endured what Collins had to he would have gone
over the chip's side.
Mr. Bartlett, first-class fireman of the Jeannette,
said that Collins served as weather reporter until
the time of his suspension.
" When he Was under arrest did he make any
statement to you of Its causes?" was asked.
"The night arter his arrest Mr. collins said he
and Mr. De Long had had several differences In regard
to his position. I)e i/jng had gradually taken
his Instruments from him, and finally placed certain
restrictions on him In regard to open-air exercise.
He had been living 4 a perfect hell on ear h,' !
he said, and had once told De Long that he was j
'watched and dogged as though ne was a poor
man's cur.'" j
mr. bartlett continces hi8 statement to-day.
Mr. Bartlett was again on the stand before the
committee this morning. He said that he knew ot j
differences between Mr. Collins and some of the j
officers of the expedition. He said that he had
always found Mr. Collins to be very gentlemanly,
and had never seen him under the lnfiuence of
liquor.
Mr. Collins' counsel asked if he had ever seen any |
ot the officers under the influence of liquor.
intoxicated officers.
Mr. Bartlett replied that he had. He said he had
seen Chlpp, Danenhower, Melville and Dr. Ambler
intoxicated. He did not know whether that had
any effect upon the results of the expedition. He
said that there was no effort made to keep the vessel
out of the ice. On the contrary, it was driven
Into the lee as hard as the engines eould drive It.
Ills testimony was generally as to details, ami unimportant.
He was asked by Mr. Collins' counsel
If he was at present Intimidated by the presence of
Mr. Melville.
He replied emphatically that he was not.
The Filibustering; Expedition*
thb 8ch00ser 8ii0rters returns to key wk3t and
18 seized by c. 8. officials.
Telegrams from Key West state that the schooner
Shortere arrived there Saturday night with two
negroes and a Cuban on board and was seized by
Collector Wicker. The negro In charge said he
was engaged to pilot the Sliorters to Cane Florida,
but was compelled to take the party to the cub in
coast. They landed abreast of a plantation near
the Cardenas. The pilot then put to sea, but before
getting clear of the land he saw an extensive fire,
and thlnk9 the plantation buildings were burned.
Secretary Chandler received a telegram this
morning from Commander Cooper, commanding
the United States Steamer Swat urn, at Mai.1n7.as,
stating that twenty-five of the filibusters landed
near there from the Sliorters the day previous to
the arrival of the Swatarju
The Danville Invetttication.
a tit.t between senators latham and vance
aboct thb character of col. 8ims? more testimony
as to virginia political methods.
The Danville Inquiry was resinned this morning.
Mr. B. B. Munford, of Chatham, Va., a member of
the legislature, was recalled. Mr. Vance sought to
Impeach the character and general standing or CoL
Sims, the coalitionist who made the speech in Danville
the night before the riot. Mr. Lapham objected.
A discussion arose as to the competency of
this sort of testimony. Mr. Lapiiaui contended very
positively that Mr. Vance could not go beyond a
?[uestlon as to the general reputation of Sims
or truth and veracity. Mr. Vance maintained
that he had the right to go into details.
He said he had given notice that he would show
Sim#' reputation to be bad; that he would show
him to be a dishonest man. Mr. Lapham persisted
in his objection to this line of Interrogation. Mr.
Vance contended that If Mr. Lapham was right all
the law books ought to be burned, and he said to
the latter, "I'll take this question before the United
States Senate. I'll have something to say there.
You can't snield Mr. Sims this way."
Mr. Lapham. "You'll find me there with the authorities."
Prior to the election, witness said, continuing his
testimony, he deposited money wltii the county
court clerk for the payment of poll-tax for delinquents,
and as tax receipts in excess of the amount
deposited were Issued, witness paid the balance
alter the election.
The Monument at Gen. Washington's Birthplace.?CoL
T. LCasey, accompanied by his assistant,
Mr. Green, and the engineer of the Washington
Monument, left the navy yard to-day on the
United States steamer Speedwell for Pope's Creek,
Westmoreland county, Va. Their object is to make
a survev of the proposed wharf at Bridge's Creek
and a survey of the site selected for the monument
to mark the birthplace of Gen. Washington. CoL
Casey Is In charge of the erection of this monument,
which was authorized by Congress last year.
The party will return In a few days.
Secretaby Folger who has been suffering with
a cold for several days, resumed his duties at the
Treasury department to-day.
*
TlflE M'KIM.I ij IWKSTIGATIOV
Defective* Sargent and nrEKmh on
the Stand.
^TKE Hnwj ?F r,!K STAR RfTTE MATTER,
CASE -OTT1KH* |,f,>Ar,,,?*R ?*<-'E AND THK OTTMAN
AAsE ?OTHER TESTIMONY TO-PAY.
^'inr,>Ilt> ,lie Washington Independent
no?t W;iS0X Un'nt(1 lvf ire ' he Springer eom?
i!, I. morQin*- He said he was employed as
a detective In t!ie star route eas-s by Mr. Cook Tor
he government. His employment was from juiv.
to January, 1882. His instructions won- to asrvii,(i'"n,'"s'
habits and associates
Itl^trlrt ^ rh^f^.' L'r '"(1 ,n l P"'" juries in tlie
verbillv to Mr / 1& ltUs be dM- and repon.-d
>troau> to Mr. Cook everv dav. lie also ooinr.'i
ViiiVrn1 i art'' w"he'n ttiev were arrested
I S;1Tlle Ume ,ho slgaal service
iook into ^ laont 01 Justice tor a detective to
THE CASE OFCAPT. HOWt.ATR,
Who was supp -sed to l>> a defaulter. Mr. Neweombe
was placed in charge of the ca?>, but he (Mr. Sargent)
looked Into the matters, and Howgate's
s^ri'i'uwi f?rres! was ril t ,,v He then deer
ii > '\!-s aJ-rest an<d subsequent escape of Uowf?pna|1?JViedto
visit his home In charge of
wfnr,i. r<iiari ',?la^3- Mr- Sargent said be was
connected also with
THE OTTMAN CASE.
He recounted the details of this case as they have
ofton been recited, it was through a statement
made to witness by the colored messenger at Police
headquarters that the monev was discovered
n" V?. V?K ,at -V"X ,u,lrl:t- He worked up thee ise
^ I 'mill.tr with .,!i Its bearings.
^ u'^ov"rn!!1"ru i(-*i Its case bv placMvifrt
i i'1 ih?' cell with Mr. ilaileck In jail
to extort from him a confession.
EMPLOY ED FOR TIIK STAR ROUTERS.
Mr. Fyan asked the witness If he had ever been
employed hy any of the star route d -fendants. He
answered that he hail been employed by A. B. Williams,whom
ho understood represented K W Dorr,;-/J,.1V,'rvkvs
,0 A- 1J- Williams were during
the first star route trial. Ills duly was to get ill
to hf^ emn1riniUrmatl;)!1 ,h lt WOUld be Of service
witnesses? particularly as to government
?,!i? Questioned the witness very closely as
... -thei he learned or had heard anviiilng about
MONET BEING PAID RV OR DEMANDED FROM THE
SA TLSBCRYS,
and Parkers, to prevent an lndlermeat beinggotten
out against them. To all questions Mr. Sargent
answered thar he knew nothing and had heard
nothing of the matter.
v!"" ?'^ ?sked it lie got a thousand dollars for serII
?t ^.!ri^'Tr ? that PurP"Se. He said he had
been M .1 II, V. oraMV 01 i, r S'tra. He had. hes.?ld,
SSKf :jr ?*??* *
>.t('viorVV-!kV^Cvo1 lvlllM*ssfor his servi es about
ui i' * it ues- treated directiv with A. B.
ul' ri i'v?r? iD<lt with Horsey. Witness saw cook
l' inv n , '/,(l?! ln" ,lie tml- buT he ,i:^ I"*
see any papers relating to the trial. Witness
SUPPLIED M KIBBEN WITH INFORMATION,
but was not regularly in his employ, though when
he wanted a little money from M.-Klbben he went,
and got lu He got altour fico altogether. Witness
tr n,mor t,lat Saulsbury and the Parkers
mitter ff?hD.h?0r had arrau?^ to settle their
IDenM^ . , . governin-n:. He heard Willi,mis
iiiiiflr JUL '"'did not have any real information.
it only amounted to rumors. Witness
i.'lo Vl.m'\ , never *a\\ any money paid bv the
u'n n V~: d 110 k'no"rh<i,re to t h it effect,
at. r rt V"nvs N V- Wilson. It W11S4.I1 was an
fur the parties Involved, witness
,!. t I rD?w It. Witness assisted Williams In the
thes^duiaL iL Ut hkid nuthlUtf 10 d0 wllU
covertli?ir^i\ri 1? matter, witness dlsfv?!
rli m d of Howgate's m Florida, dnd
CoL Cook nad it attached.
TESTIMONY OF DETECTIVE M'ELFRESH.
George w. McElfresh, an Independent detective,
was next called. He was a metropolitan detective
officer for ten years, until ab<,ut a year ago. The
bondsmen or Howgate emploved witness to have
!im ?nt'i.rate 10 I'hn from runningawav;
au> ot the facts connected with his
CoV (A I a
""r*3 CAnr to New York with McDevltt,
^ r!j!7 l\r,ys Halleck, ape or the parties connei.ted
wn.i tue ottman cas? and brought him to
Halleck km,not then a lu^lilve ir.im
.HV, was at?sent on leave. Witness had
over nn n, ? ? lht aTT,J"r of ottman. Coming
uiVf, ii ,M !Car7 f'm New York vv>tne-S talked
,n .". f r ;'ck- ,.?? th" triln Halleck took out a
u .t . 'f w",' and ?dJed up some figures.
t?in^tha,J?Mc?ev,u toolc Uie a,"? as-ertal,,
d that the figures ;ts added up amounted to
exactly the amount that was stolen. Halleck's
figures were divided into two parts, and theaggreg.ttt
sum of the two sets of flgur'-s made the precise
sum of money that was stolen.
ABOPT HOWOATE.
W ltness said that last summer he was with Flinder
and they got out circulars, offering a reward of
$1,000 for Howgate, and sent them all over the
country. The reward was by authority of Gen.
li.i/.rn. witness knew or no papers or anvthlng
else showing the whereabouts of Howgate. in
the latter part of the last star route trial witness
was employed by A. B. Williams, to give him anv
Information he might get as to that trial. He never
gave Williams any information; never bothered
himself about the matter.
MR. BLISS' PEK1?.
Chairman Springer read a letter from CoL George
BUsJl giving his opinion on the6.vstem of paying
U. S. district atrornevs In rees. In this letter CoL
Bliss stated that while district attornev in
?iw. . rl? bf> received mure rees than anv other
official in tne country. His Judgment, based .UM>tl
experience, was that the fee system Is a bad one,
and liable to great abuse.
THE CASE OF FOREMAN JOHN f. MITCHELL.
Chairman Springer said that Mr. John T. Mitchell,
foreman of the grand jury in the star route cases,
had called upon him and expressed dissatisfaction
that criticisms or comments had been made
upon the action of the Jury. He wanted to know
how far his oath as a juryman Wuuid close his
mouth; whether It. would forbid him testifying be'
f-re the committee. Mr. Springer said he had not
then examined the law, but had done so since.
Me.-srs. Fyan and Milllken, of the committee, t,. :j
that the oath was binding, and It would no' do to
permit It to be violated. The chairm in s o t
Mr. Mitchell complained that CoL Bliss had cast
Imputations ui?on the Jury and upon hlms? lf as it s
foreman, ye wanted to kn .w how far he could
go in telling what occurnxi in the mry ro<jm in defense
or himself and the Jury. Mr. Milllken
said he regarded thd oath as Inviolable, and
he would not vote to penult any man
to tell what occurred In a grand turv
I room. Mr. \ .w Al-i\ne was Inclined to think
i..it Mitchell's testimony c^ld be heard. The
, ch.drman said that he had examined all the authornit
s, and he was satisfied that Tor the purposes of
pi.bile Justice the rules of secrets of the grand turv
rjom . ould txi made public. Mr. Fvan thought it a
matter not wort li w hile to go Into." He never saw a
lawyer who would admit that failure to win a case
\\;ts tils fault. It was only Mr. Bliss' opluion that
the grand Jury d.d not do its duty in refuslntr to
j indict certain parties. That was no imputation,
"li we," continued Mr. Fyan, "go into all these
outside matters we will never get through. I honestly
and conscientiously behc\e, from lniormatlou
laid helore me, that
PARTIES HAVE BETRAYED THIS GOVERNMENT
have sold it out and got the money, and I want
| that dug out. I dou't want to waste time looking
up matters about Tom, Dick and Harry." Mr
j Fyan then added, I don't much like to talk here
hut since the matter has come up I'll say this; "It's
pi.iln to us that these different parties are shirking
I he responsibility for lallure In these cases. Now
my lnrurmatlon Is that in certain of these* star
route cases expert.-, were placed berore the
grand jury, pa|?era submitted aud explained and
the accused parties indicted; while In the case of
other parties, the experts, and the damaging documents
were uot permitted to go betore ;negrand
Jury, and the parties thus protected wen? not lndlcUfl."
Mr. Fyan, who Is a leading lawyer of his
sect ton, and has be?m on the l*nch, said posltlvely
t hat he had Information going to hhow that some
or the accused star routers had been shielded.
At r.':30 the committee adjourned until to-morrow
morning, when nu executive session will be
held. The only other witness to be examined this
week Is Mr. Woodward, lie will testily Wednesdnv,
or Thursday.
Kev. Dr. Newman Still Hold* the Fort.
A CniRCH MEETING CALLED FOR TO-MORROW
EVENING.
The Ranney party over two weeks ago served a
notice on Dr. Newman, the pastor of the Madison
Avenue Congregational church, in New York, that
Ills services could be dispensed'with after March 31
u!t?, but he has not paid any attention to their protests
so far, and occupied his pulpit, as usual, yesterday,
Five members of the board of trustees of
that church met in the vestry of the church Saturnight.
Mr. F. T. Hopkins, who is opposed to
Dr. Newman, offered a resolution directing the
treasurer "not to pay salary to the Kev. Dr Newj
man for services after March 81,1884." This was
promptly tabled by a vote of four to one?Mr Hodkius
casting theanegat 1 ve vote. After some furt uer
skirmishing and soutary voting by Mr. Hopkins,
the four Newmanites voted to call a meeting of the
church members, the society and pew-holders for
Anrt. 8. to consider the difficulties, and the meeting
a Journed.
After the service yesterday Dr. Newman said to a
reporter that he should formally tender his resignation
at the church meeting to be held to-monw
evening, lie refused to suite whether he expected
its acceptance or not. The adherents or Dr. Kanney
say they regard the proposed resignation as
unnecessary, b.-cause they claim Dr. Newman's
term expired March 31. They also think that the
meeting for Tuesday nlgnt has been irregular! v
called, and they will contest its action.
THE IIKDI.t:u l>V>S|l(.tllO>.
Whal the Commissioner*
A Stai reporter to-day fntnd C
Edmonds and West, and Auditor i i.-h"n> rt- get 1. -r. j
"What do you think." MM Um MpMer, :
the refleetons upon tu*? transactions of > '-.r v
cessors Wiich n >w seem to form the burthen of tat
song or th? investigators?"
"I can only think th-'tn gro?'.v tinptst." repit t
one of the<_ommlss| 'Tiers. * \ r,-i ?'T or *x?
dlfll.-u fit's since i^?i or est^tb' -h'n * the Mi-tn f
government up-in its t?t> s. n: biv.-'.nlu - -a n. >
sympathy fop dkowho iitvc im ronutvl tin* latMW 1
' Tiuve-t. urths ot the time of the pr-s.. r ? uuik
; HoMnliooaqM tn mmHu the t? :--? .f me I
j pist ten yeirs. PiaKltpUSMMMi run inliul I
j an> >itUen to hive his w rotigs re lr> >- !. ir * * t*e
| mtut boujndgnMM m to bis wrotursand M? rt^j . i
?he d'?es not aliraw thin* tl? t ri-: v !- :
j an<i perhapsthat may te - >. Whoewr ', . a 1
i man who lo-t his ease in court that ilidtit .
| either his t.-mp^-r or his r^'.ud for the trltuntl 1
( whose decision was a v. rst to uis claim-."
| "Are the commissioners CAimmit - Into t i
i flrt ndal transactions of late year-."' i--; > u the reporter.
< s?industriously. rnon the r? Mrement of the
' late Comtn:sMotie;"s, finding t a.it <! !. k- M t'.tax
collector hal not beeji mio I t ?r s?\. r .1
year- b ick, an appr ipriatl 'h if jj " -< \> - in i di
aiely asked f->r. ami granted Mar .. i. |.\ ? \givss.'to
enable the auditor to bring up . 1 . ;
and trrange the reconls of tils. *11. <. indtoau.ht !
j th?- bo >ks of the collector,' and t . tt work has t?. u
fMHQo duly sinceMarch ir>. int."
M ?*lllIt result in dtsoi>\?11u_' a,.\ cm -<7'
* Vest said theOaanulsstooer." II1 \i-t,and ;
to the xtent that the ui'Miis'jrant*'1 I . 1 ^
1 will enable us to make examinations > >f tue old
; books. "'
" And then what ?" asked r?,e r. pon. r.
" Recovery from those who have tat !.**r directly
! peculated, and perhaps from t' ;- j.:. ai.'i
through Irregularities, and r< set atioti to any t i\- j
1 pavers who may Lave had improper charg* - m i i"
I against tle-tu."
I " IHv s that Ilea," a>V;<d thercpor'- r, "'" It 1 c
payment of dani i^res tor chati-.ro ?>r > 1 - '
i "No; such claims have n- > <? :t - u:, ! r ? \.-r- !
: In? law. They cannot be paid w .tlr 1; ?a?*ucti n
| 01 ? <vtiur>-^"Wha*
about the stat. tnents of Mr. \ alaen, the
' exp 'rr.'" uiquirv-d the r jn.ri r
|*WlKfl Mr. \ iiilt'ii a:: 1 Mr. F'i l 5r first cim^ {
hen1 the t'onunlsMont rs told Mr. l i - ii-t that it
was not tieo'-s-aiy to ectne ui: i> r a r?-??i')utli>ti 1 i
t; r>'_rr?-s-N for ewry m*-iiil.-r of? .tik-ros^ and ev.-rv !
citizen who desired It h -d the rU;..' t< ci.tn. t<it!ii- !
oill.v, with an t-xpen, if lie pl.-as.-d. and t" : k
Into the affairs ??r the Itistrt .; that the audi'-r'
w as doing that now. anl ha.l b'-. n doltii; t?o -i
he came here, bat Ids long ? .is t? .r- i \ '
sufficient to k?V|t up with the earn :,t
transactions and dall$ nrallM. W? toM hlia th.t
the addlUonal tK-ip u'i\ u tlie an litor w > ln-uTticlent
to do the v. irk r tpldlr. b.>-'a'i<rf> one .it
most Importaat eMnbai been r mtlnu dl? nthif j
lu t he <_ ourt of < "lalmr; or the Suprei.it- c oun "T t :-e
District as a wit n-ss ?;th reijar.l to old trans n-|
tlona. The Commissi tiers advised Mr. Ya.deu 1
: that there had been many Irreui:! itltles, is our
a'idltor believed. In the past, and a> fast as he
was able lie was ieveiopinji what ihev ,
really \\'-ri'; that we liellevt- l, cvea ;11 t;,*? j*i_>
ent form of poverntn nt was < stabllsiied. t;e ?,vs.
tem had ?><'i ti su- !> that dishonest 1 a r.-.s ml.ht pllCer
small mat* flran time to time, and that a man
name. I Mer- ha tit was b-'leved li\ 'l?e "I' > t
, bt*u guilty of irregularities; tha? ujwhi coiair ? k
t j the days of the boar 1 "f puh.i. v\. r o? w. tielie\ed
greater lrregular]!!. > would ?? rmmd. or. at
: least, that such was the general m,,.* -!
slon. although we had no 1,1a.- to go
bat k ami examine Into the matt.?r; t* ~t
we n il as much as we could do to keep tt i- k '
! of current affairs. The Commissioners, ti"t U-mg
responsible lor the p i-t. are irlvlmr their att. uti.'ii 1
t to their own duties, except as jur*i< uiar c.--?-s ir
br.iught t? 1 th -ir nutlce. Att.-rv- mN, in t tl
.with Mr. Yalden about ti.<s. tiling's, he t> 1
: tis that the charges o( irregulai.tles were
nut made out against Mr. Merchaui. u-t
that he would not dare i>.
*nvi i t
: for any such charges. The ooaunteHloitera - i
1 that was ou>* of the th;ng> the auditor w ,.s .< kr :
Into, and feltlt within hlsduuts t.i i,...k into, i ,. a
further oroof furnisb"d by t!ic < AjmmN-1'mers, Mr. '
I Yaldeu fi-H-ame-ati-tl'd that tbe<*harge was tr'i..
j and so declared, lhe Commls-i ?!>.-rs asK. i \|r. 1
1 Yiiiden to htok UlVOttgheverything, and it be 1 id
anything wrong since their advent into otiice,
, they would be very niucii oblicei to him
If lie called their attention to It, and
If he saw wh^re any Improvement could Itmade
they would than:-:'him lortii-- -ogirestli a. II.
told them that the present system w 1- ti, i>-st i.r
had ever aeea: thitbeknew Kuo way to improve
utwn It, and that the manner of *?- otintai'' -!a< e
our auditor's adv. ni Into otl.ee was l.ey?ft;'i q'|.-v
Hon. The Commissioners stld simnly :f that is - 1,
we presume matters in th- pa-: wiilbt* orought :
d lyllght as fa-u as jios-ji-i.-ov the auditor. Mr.
Yaalen's answer was; That is a tremendous
undertaking." If the report in iho news[?ajH-r>
to what .Mr. Yalden siys are true, he has i. nu-l
out nothing except what was <iciwii 1 ,-a t >, .-a- ,
Commissioners, lie ha- lmind out um aing; 1. .111 1 1
; not hut?; but simply io. . 1 into'lit t< wht i< the |
1 commissioners call- I his attention, ami alcut '
I which he was lncredu.ous until In evidence wafurtilshed.
He has not sut.da thing but was told '
him by us. and which we bad to prove to blm. So]
he lias been of no use to lh" pu'iii in ,
his Investigation. II* has d|s.-(,\t r?-! n?i mm;: he
has made 110 suggestion *0 us: but. or tie - " n- ;
trary. has told us that we could not impt
the system In UK, Be bas learned nothing luore j
than what hasl.?e?*u mad publ'c u-f.-re, i.,.d Nil
matter ol notoriety, so tar a> u.e Mt-i. n..u transaction
Is Concerned It has b". a s-'tl. .1 bv
Mr. cook, the ooUocto^ ini ifte tn \ baa 1
li<v*n pa'd into the Treasury. not ,y
show.-d Mr. Yalden Where MIMIl j had l?'--r; 1
tibstracted. but where It had i t. V* rm d a;
i eonirover.-v is now pen I'.nir betw--en Mr ".! 1 iant
, and the collector regarding 'he proji. t\ whi a 1
] Mr. Merchant turned ovt r to lilrn as x-eurity. All i
1 these things were matters of public h-noneiy l?e.
i fore we came into office, 'i lies.' sip* ail tin 1 r :i.larltie.-.
Mr. Yalden lias discovered e\.-.*pt senerai
j ni itters. wlilclL, a!so. we sugg.-s;, i , hbM."
Both of the coaiiut.saiou ts a senui to these
statements.
Commissioner Edmonds remirke.t: "Ti - ra ?ip
| the whole matter, Mr. Yalden sst itcment i-n ; :?
a faint echo of what the cotnmi?i. j.-rs |..id IJm "
' Various iBflnenoea, It Is stated, hue I it work
to bring about lhe In vest ig on pn pi - 1 bj Mr.
Fiedler. Mr. Merchant, it -t.ppMrs, is a constii<e
! of .Mr. Fiedler, ati.1 it 1- stated tb.,t ti 1-desl oiis
of sccurlngsuch evid. i.re trom the lu.-trlct recerdas
will assist him In training his ends in a c jnirvi
versy he has with Collector cook.
m
Changes in the Medical Kkpartmkvt ok TttF
Army. ?The following ch tnges tn the stations nn l
duties of officers of the m- dical d 'nartim ut are > .rdered:
Colonel Charles Sutlieriand, s'irge?in. relieved
from duty In the division of the l*aclttc,to
report in person to the oommnndlng general division
of the Atlantic for duty as uie.ii al dir- ci-a of
that division and ot the department ol tli- ea-t.
Colonel Fllslia !. Baily, surge, n, now on ouu in
California, wiil report to the commanding g a- r d
division of the 1'acilic for duly as me llcal dip- tor
Of that division and of the depart men. >f |
fornla. Major Cieorge M. vernbt rg, surgeon, re^
lived from duty lu the departm- tit ofC i!ttorn;.i .* i
will r.-pott In pers-'ii to the commanding g i.-i .1
: department oftllfe east for assignment to duty.
Captain Bdward b. Mosei.-y. asslgtant surgeon, r !
lieved from duty In the department 01 tl es-t.a ai
! will p*|K)rt in persijn m the commanding g.-nt-r-r
j department of the Columbia for a-si_'htmi;t to
1 duty. Captain Thnothy K. Wilcox, as.s^iant -nrI
geoii, relieved from duty in the department ot th?
Columbia, and will report in pi rson to ihe co:umatiding
generid department of the eaat lor as.-i3'hment
to duty.
Political
THE TARIFF BANyLKT IN BROOKLYN? ARRANGTNO NOK
THE NATIONAL KEPtBI.ICAN CONVENTION. ETC.
The Young Men's Democratic club of Brooklyn
gave a dinner Saturday night, and Invited a larg
numljer of representative democrats, to eii .*
expressions of opinion on the tariff and other
measures. Senator Peudleton and Senator Bavard j
occupied the seats of honor and made speeches.
The latter spoke of the recent legal tender decision
as a fatal step In the direction of the destruction of
the principles of free government, ami descrii>.-d
the evils of the encroachment nf federal power
upon the rights of the states. Serutor I' -ndvt m
spoke in regard to civil service reform and retrenchment.
Speeches were also made by Hons. J. r. s.
Blackburn; J. Kandolph Tucker, of Virginia; Frank
uurd, of Ohio; J. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska, mid
others. Letters of regnet were read fp?m Hon.
Horatio Seymour, Hon. John G. Carlisle, Gov.
Cleveland, of New York; Hon. Wa K. Morrison,
and Hon. !i S. Cox.
"lhe sub-comtulttee of the national republican
committee have arranged for the accomm. Rial ion
ol between 8.0110 and ft.mio spectators in the great
hall in Chicago, where tut- national republican convention
la to be held. The platform lor the deles |
gates will seat 1,000 persons. Accommodations lor
600 reporters will be provided.
The eighth Congressional district ot Georgia has
elected Arthur delegates to the Chicago convention.
The republicans of simuson county, Ky? will
send delegates unliistructed to the national convention,
though favoring Arthur's nomination.
At the Abbeville C.) county rejiublican con- I
vention on Saturday an effort was made to elect an
Arthur delegate to t he republican state convention,
but it was defeated.
The democrats of Kanawha (W. Va.) county,
Saturdav, chose delegates to the state couveniM.1.
A decidedly strong reeling lor TllJen w as manifested.
Blaine delegations were elected in Venanjro,
Tioga and Butler counties. Pa., on Saturday and
the primary meetings 111 a large number of pla ces
favored Blaine men.
Logan delegates were elected In Schuyler countv,
HL, Saturday. Of the McUonough county derf>gates
four are for Blaine, two for Logan and two
for Art hur. St. Clair, Lake Macon. Shelby, Jersey,
Hamilton. Alexander, Massac, balem, V.aba.-Ai.
Montgomery, Dewitt, white and Menard counties
elected Logan delegates.
The democrats or Luzerne county, Pa., have
elected Kandall delegates.
The republicans of the twelfth Missouri district
have Instructed their delegates to Caicago to support
any candidate who wld command tue united
support of New York.
Telegrams to The Star.
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! it !v\ re \\ t, ? t|v<T\ Htuhie, ?. itljnot
! "' "> ir. l NV llitnlw hivKtOTV. l.oaa
' i i''* r- ?< [>' *-.i1? ?y f jk>n
rrvui ttf ja'.I. utiJ ?>r. * < the jaii u.-r?.
I ti?< Whtisiiin ( r??p
\> f . 4N,. 4\prii 7. -t?*am?*r .~ity ut
I' ft-?n hi:* -ii llomlursK r?-|mrihitliat tJi?
m. .ta. iv tv.,Ti' .-,.14 v\ i,4?r.t. or i1h> HaiTlaMM
<!ii i i iiii-'. i'ii s;-iut>!i-i|i.|i(i>irM
" i~t. u-'w fn !..- ino 3??tit of Mariii. vaisly
- kir.j i :i \v . riv ^.il.- i.,st |Hvtiubt-r
,! '*w :"v ; ' r ' t-1tin ?i?.Ukboo tlutt OOMb
<iU<'i.U> IU' !-' lo \-ry .:t''? Ir'Ut Hi-r* ri.i?
fceas' ?:i.
I li.> t.oiiUinu<i I iixni ^iirf?>r<*r?*
l?l-:t ir.l MI'S "I oVFKMirsT ktnom.
Nv,v.. n\., \pn; 7 vil from Ht..t impii
/ 1 u?* govprt dmM
iTii an,l ftnt: plitvvH ir?? 4!Wtr.l)UT1ng
r' i":,s i'< - v 11 ?'i ii,^ fl?t* |h>uiu1> of lurnt
1-'\j> -.i- 1 tiii-Hl to h per<?iti. \\ Ml** thW
n r ' v. tli H i.*. !!.i!<-w.int* of th<? lu 41 v
ti' ? ;~w .. l\ ii i i.tlicnp 1mnochaSOS
' rlil i>' 11\.' w i r ir r?'*-uiiiiiu; work to any
. r >it r i >ur -* ?*?>4. ?tiT the n?'?ro?S
inu-t ! :"* j : iv i,: i' r in 'ti'.' * jv during that time.
II'* r r i..is ti ;ii-a. ti Tb?* tmckwiiter la
st it'n i-_ t'rotu Hi" nf tlj?? Kaici^h crovaasfc
Tli?? ^irniidinl Mriiiiit'r Citf of \rvr!
tl?*.
Halii ix. \ s? xr^l 7.?Work h.ts txvn In pro^i-.
,u ; -if .j sf? out r Ntwrat-tle I. If jr.
i!ii t .. - n ! -1 i :it*r> fi t>rlti?rln(c l??*r oargo
' " ~ v. ii i< i \j.i ,t..(tii.it ti\ t evening Ujo
' UU in- "l?'dWu alii lir"U6-Lit to Uils city lor
M llrlrniu hhiI tli*> Hif ^tcnmi'r.
N " ? in kin-, \prll 7.?!.**it?*ra froui i/'apu >ia<3a,
Hi ii' i . 'l.iii'U, ii-Miniui'<^? that there In a pood
? ' ' of t:... DiiibiiioUi ?t?'an?er Ureal
' . i ' !ii> i'i > tui t. .r 'iv-.iii exhlblta
r-*r i !i'- n \ -n, ; re. i it,- ?.teAun*r will It?
A - ii'-i*-. I'.-. . ?!i' [i -lHoij, ij< an hotel,
w . *? i:. x|. -:t .on Lioiy a will carrv a return
cargo to Kivl.ijiu.
( ami I 'tnifn \cu? bf Cable*
Tin: MIVlSTI Kl 4t. TKnl'f S< IN EorrT.
' *IHo. Apill7?N't *r 'i^ti.' a.LW w1ih.lrawn hla
r?'- v;i,ii!.iii.t!" ,'! ) :?! x >f tlu' l^i'tiaa minl-'
v ui'i tn. t.iii.-r >ti s bv him. UN differ*
' > ?1! h c v\. ? . r '1 1 \ .1, un.|'*r s>' n-tarj ol
t!i- t'lt -ii r, L.tve a .t'lcrrnl lu tut* lti.Utcigo?
ernmetit.
thk frentti T"> tTTt -K nrsn tint srxr frfdat.
1'*uis, April 7.? VI*; - rr <sn 1 onqiiin s' nte that
the 1 rt.-ucii win ait.i K Hung Hoa April nth,
*N4KCHI-T *i!Kt--iTEt>.
Vtrvv*. April 7 \!i i . ir. i.st, nnmed Llffen.
lu- ! * ? iiT.~t.il ti llruiiTt. Momvia, charged
with .l.iainlr.- iii'ittcv t>v swni.Hiug o|nTaUoiia lor
the purjHj^ ot pr. ii, i!hu"vK:.i!Wi. a?.l?atiOEL
B 'Mil HI'IKtoV AT TKIK'TF,
Ti'.ie-tk Aprilt.- \ : 'ii;b '"xplmli'd last ?reDil|
Dt.tr the barracks. It cau-vd uo liijury.
Itn?titi**?% %? (* ? tr?iin Wall Stm*t.
TTtK fA"l'lili4Y rovtt I ( NOK ?RCtll'CtD IHFI'.fft
RArKS-4 "*L ri'.*l?K? A f!'V*?l.i>.*) mortgage, ktc.
N Aurll 7. Vi >ill hM'^'t, lO.'Ji a. IU. -?
Tin- f -.iri il i.T.-Koe <*f M?rs. Goukl, Sag**,
r > iv W r <ti'i o'Uorv. on ?>atunlay, ft la
l"-!!t*v.iL will l.i ( iinpo, i.int bearing on th?
I.. tr<v i i, - . ij , FL'iK's r>-iiu<* job or
< oit'in !.' p-vrml <i ,t> ., i. loniilnatlon on tlie pari
of t li?* p'mi ! li .'ifc.* cutting sii uiipmfltaM that
:iit?*r thi* r ites |iaw> b.*?*n p -.'.ir?'.l tii?*v will Ua
lii iJUt illi 1, i ii'- Ti- w r.it<H t'o liitin"'fTo<,'t ft?-day.
lli" i 'u-'lo. < iin iiiiiati ,v m. Louis Kmtheastora
division a^T?i :ii -tjT, |ooklt>g to a txnvl'isurp. had
i>*tvlv.-4l T [] fi-J. .r~ in-nt of abujt f.*i?>.(.W in
I i.'is. T!i \.-ii 1 -v ,v N' wr Rturlaud r.ulroad
luji-iny li o i..-r .1 iiiton .r truM olillgattotUk
i i \| il i^t. v.:i i iii!< r-'s' of *'!s,(jini anu ptiiielpal
ct *li"?.i?iO thili- 1i>. llii r. ' i i .er has o!T??r?l to
I > in. Int.r - , but tl??*r. N no authority at
pi. - :n tn l" ji:' hi extension u( tlie principal
asktil for l?y the i>-i~? iver.
i - '(itiieni HoiW > and v^arnship A^soe1a>
Hon l av!i,_- irr-i ' .r !'? est ibilshmi-nt of roU"i.
l fr? liTli' rat**s i?'it*ieti ast**m clUes and
> itii Tii p".iit> o.i-1|. . d upon in iklnc a fi-dur!lnii"t
in |ht -tit in ' ii.-pri'-i tit rati tlMa T<-x?a
1" 1 in' > io ti'l .tii'l all '' pl.ii- *-. ? . jib of Vlhshliigi'Hi.
i : in'e r.tt' s i* t.i vro Into ffe?',t tivaay.
I'll* *-x,i iiiiv- i "iiti.iitti-.-1't til.- we-torn AOthra'-Ue
A?<? Ntion will m*-*-t to-day and ll-.t.*n ui
'it?* ivpur- 'ii a -*11i-i i 11: 111i**s. 'll?'' 4.r?-||.*ral **Utlui'
i't i- ii. la* i i . ii' inns curtallim-nt of coal
j?r '.lUi t lull ifttl . t: UMiiloUS uii'l'-r-.taiiiling t?tiv.f'i
iU'> r.i ii sliipjur- and the rallroaihi on th6
t|l|e-tlo|i )f lr.-li.ii i a*
i: i> -i i " i t ii ' rt_r t_-. fur fiii.iwai.rtio of th*
\N.!' -.i.>* in- i - >v I ii liir r iiiriad and its biancbea
) ' i.i\ in, " - I ' , mil |t"U MoiiiiiiUii *^iiipauyt
' vabi-'in% i? lul-r. st at *j |* r i tnt, M
t - - i i "> la' '.ii > ufli.-.*^ a lolagt be Line.
li Is s' ii th it al If Un-i'.IliiT of tli-* llU'llngt
-it and V', | rii Pi' irtp il.r.i n'v at iVstou ur1
. alv 1 r-11 villi _ Ni-bra-vka t.u-lu? -b'*tw?'?*B
1 lv.ii ii ..i- li tv.* i?"?-ii iii*arl> i oi.-uii.mateil aa
l.ir as i- t~'-l?oiui 1 biiM!!**-.shv cuiumi d. 'i'ii** <<uin?
ial' i i tiUs f .1 r lia- li* ii tin > ble to do ai \ uung ro*
gai 'iitig wesl-oouud bUiilin-Mt
A :?<?i tor Vnrl) Uei apiiam l!K VI l(e?
\i.toona. April 7.?Mr-. Ur. I- W. It-aoL, 'M
wlfi- f a pii-ii.iti iit p \-U lan, wa.-< dlM*ov<Tr*d In a
ru .;n at li"r r.--l.Ji' ;ii- nj irnltig witii iter le ad
fin ilin - tr-iin li t i'"l'. \n Invest i fat ion dtv
\ Mil".l lrouiiWan. i > it sij-ii), !i>us a character
in ' titi'il' i i'T li.,- twi n arr -tm. It Isaali. tuat
Ii" liar-alremlv id.iaiit. l to a in 'iiii?*r of the family
that he eouiuil i* -i ?l l. "|'w <t iariie ktilven and
i cieavi r U- -1 t.?r aiiipuiiiuii^ pu1 p . & ? vwru louiUl
beside tin .: i .lu.
% Itlnw Hi I'ort llrjMKil.
Port I?ki- -it, Mi?.. April T.? At six o'clock this
ni-.rtilri j-11 iv broivv out hi a tenant house ooctipiwl
by ' i. ii Morn-, v-iihu <v - tof.iliy d?t?ir??y*fd
wi a'.a I'.ifk iiiit|iiin< aad s*abii*iit uiw.Mckie.
o.vi* urt i !li" iil.li wtii l Hi.- lir?' ra^T'd f'ir|iiin?iy mid
si i.v io,?.*d t!i?* hardw ire stor of K. 1'. Ilrl^k1'v,
imyi L' tn" . nilr. hu iv building and m>
rl;ijsiy li.uji.'.kriug lh?- laan tHilldliu: and ooii'?*Qt#
?'I - o1'". 'Ill tools of ?-v.Tal ."Ijiilliliig oulloiligll
Igiii: i, hut w n* >-i)!i / ' uii i*-r control. It ItsnoC
. :i-wn how tin* fir- oi.L"i. 'lue ioss b ? *
tiuiat"ij at bevtral th<>us.iml dollars.
I he %r?i<?r} mad <?|m ra KonWi
W Kk TO BE BKiCN TO-MORKOV..
Th" ronira. t with Mr. 1? ,1. Macarty for erecting
the Light Infantry o|m h ius?> was 9lmi?d t??-day,
and to-tuorniw :n >1111111: Mr. M icarty wtilbegln th?
w.irk m ii'iii iviiig tlie buildingnn* outlieirmunda.
'Hi e\i a; ai I.-u forrin new building wl.l b?- l>egun
a' im -.', .iud tli*- ii ii h )? budding put<h*^t format*
its mii1.U1> as oon^is'i'iit v ltbgood workmanship,
ili - 1 hhIs art n* w ti. ing prepar.-d. and In a
nii'iitliV Mm** win tio printed ma r ady for Issue
They will o-: ol two denondnaUoas??1(M and $jU0.
DUlriii f.ova-rinitenl Affairs.
Ill*: "ITTIR IVVE-TIOATfOW.
Prof, n ^iii >:i h .s UN examination?
of samjilfs oi bu t-r, a *., and m ide reports 10 the
h**.iltti oHioer. as fo;iu\\>: s unpif No. 5% J. M.
Klker nib but r , t r .ii tuiifd to lie butter. No. M,
s.tine mill but1 er , but I it; No. 57, Mr. Vugt, oleoniarganue;
No. 5?. \l ? rs. Ftn.w nlng ? Viddieton,
buiur; snowdi-u, county, butt or; No. 58. i>?rcoran
Btosv, liut'.-nn.*; N i- tw, T. s. Hrrioks a t ti.. very
fim- buli*?rlne; No.?1. same, very fine butierioe; So.
*>j. same, butter; No. Iti. K F. KMl.-y, butter; No. H,
aaiii.j, wry line butt--rin?-; No. ?5, country butter,
butti-r. l'ruf. H** sm.-dt stat**s tnat 01 the tests
made thus tar % fier oent have pr<Ted to be butter.
Biiiniso PERMITS
have been issw-d by lri~p*i tor Entwlsle as follow*
l>. M. Train, rop ur brli k I6?i5tli street northwest;
$150. Ada L lav, enr1 tli roc tw.Mitory and cellar
dwelling- Fast Capitol stp*et, N-tween 7th and 8th
str.-i-is; |7..ri0ii. A. Ilal.lw in, erei't f?>ur two-story
dwellings lM'tw*s*ii p." h and 18th streets soutbe:ust.
t2.iKjo. Wbl Luilgate, repair frame Dorthwesc
corner 1 .r?i-n<' and liay st roets. West Washington:
fioo M. ?j. Fluger, r?:p:Ur brtck r?2S 15tli street
tiorthw"st; #??i. Mrs. M. H. Kowell, repair brick
444 .M strvet nonhwostt. f6?0. Ilug?> Bchulz, repair
brick 1751 L street north won; fi75. P. H. Shfcely,
ri-pair brick 2UU2 7th stnel norUiwest; 14.000. *
C. S. 8rPKKME Oockt ?The t hief Justk? Mb
nounc*><?u> the bar tLis afternoon that the Uattat
States Supreme court would adjourn for the laa
on the flrsi Monday In May, and wuUtd hear M
argumentb after April &>th.
Mr. Bbooke Maceall to thk Attorwtt Qw
rkal.?Mr. Brooke Mackall bas sent a letter to tbs
Attorney General preferring a request tor tbe
appiiut.n^nt of sp<s*i.u counsel to promvute various
ch?rges niadt- by Mr. Macivall acalust Mr. John
Lynch and oth-r p*rsomv including members of
the police Ton e. N.r. M alkali avers that Utetrt*
At tor tie) Wortliington Is counsel for Mr. Lyacji to
a civil case p ndiug bet w.-en Messrs Lrncn mn4
Mackall. and be cannot, lb.-rotor**, expect from ?>"i
an earui- proset-uilon of the*- chirges. Mr.
Mackall suggests the nain.*8 01 Judges Kajwua^
Snt 11..barger and J-reM. WUaon, Meatm. Walter
liavidge, L. (i. llinc and Litiii"n Kent, anyoas Sf
wuoiu w ould be agreeable bu bm^

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