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V0L 64 ?N" 9,754. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY. JULY 30, 1884. TWO CENTS. ?
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THE EVENING STAR.
PIIIIFSHFP 1MILY. Fxrrnt "Similar,
AT 1 H E r> I V;I Brii.n.NGS,
^ Trr*%*' er - I'jr..r T?t ' t .-?T! . Jlrh St.. by
Ihe L>t*iiinsr ^tar NVw^ajwr Company,
C.EU W Alv\Vr I'rest
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ft- r< 1 . ' a it in ! at in . ?nr- - r
e" *4 < : t-r i. is' t ' ? st tbc cnutiter. 1
t?-t ?a V * J 1- i *.u??OOcl.U? 3 .noli ill.
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1 ? - )-* at Wa?h;n?"ton. D C.. n
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rref?a>d " " " 't ?
tr AV. ir?:i ? !?.?i r rt ' ~i* n-nf* p*i 1 fe? advance.
1 |st n ?n.' luT-irti :a ? to..; f .r
Jit t?* ?i* ? : -... r - - . * I i> .xr* r nn^Vsffn?.
AMUSEMENTS.
T> I'. Hi i.T7>! ? N WIHF.8 "i O IN i i KM THE
J>i.v<r*. . . -- " ?t be lu .i chartered the ?ie*iu<sr
Wiv-hiuclcll toi tn
i Ol'OM AC Kw \TTA. ON Jl"L7 31st.
He t:1! ac ,c. ' r a" th*< 5ai?li 'iue. rI i^osifeG
rr?*t \ o: - . *, wili o.ntfv y _??.rmv->?
? r?-<? {. : i - ?ii u. after the rac-?. u ill ran
?\?rt t : Si ? . 4.L A .'iul tor ? ? l?u.d will
b- ... ch?-? aad a 1 ki::d-?
f r?':r - ? d. Ad :<*!' !? to al; t art*
?; ?1 nt'-ra <?&] i tfl 1: ics w.L. : lib to (jMn\.
t whail .11 cipW'VI.'JU w. h the line Ol t<oa'A
Jy a? 2t* 1 WIOI IZJU N. Iii F ill Charge.
htHiAUK COVigLR.sllliJhLR GARDEN.
A ltLRIIORIOl s OVA I ION O STFLLAR WORTH,
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Hiueii taty con'il-< -?.r- r? I f 1 <la| luancat cure by
t: < i t rv i*'' n- (>y a
1.1 li-LiI l i. '? UiCYCI.E.
Sth'jo1. foi Ln ..?u :u w. iu f;viu7 a. m. till 3 p. m.
r -rn7r.NFa
F.nlias- rr- tau -'.t trr". f;yC">] 11' - 1 st :iorthw??iit.
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i*s f. F. ITT*: ' - PrTid and < Tcli?-j?tra fnmlshe*
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YjftMltiT* LAN o AND < i:< H i s] l:.A -FIi:>TJ
' !?* Mi!"!"' ; ; r Fli iir-.'r-j. 1 irnlcn. Karif*?
1 h".:rrh i r-iin r-iits ?. a ; ;i.ei
2 ~.c- :.c> . ! 37-t!' s:r?-l u^rtL^eo^ ou.cc mun, t>to
]1 l Hi.. 4 to 7 y. rv. Jc -am
].\:r\fui-:s. ~
Sf M' ni - : il - . cRT \ i I NWNO PROF,
a'l A. S HOVIi'- ii.,:,.: i<> s Ju ".A KT < >F MEMCiiV
has uiducrd hit lu.. I 11U a?ivi tliiT
i i.i. I t": ' Ht
At the V. M A. isuil1 jr 140.' N w York avtcue.
T:' f l?>i A i LV MN'O.
J i: 1} -M at oVUvk.
Ladies and cent" : n invit J. Jy30-2t
jLi\I>l?S <i(>: )Ds!
DOH?LA? s
MN ii 11.1. V. >T. I'lXHD BUILDING.
I N I>r *"\\ ..A
For: I.M T - -SKS \Nl) CniLPRES.
I^i he*' -A? ili. L'Nl'I-SiV tsl>> it
2oc.. 35. .. 50L*.. 75C? 4C.
GAVZE I NDI KYEST at
ij- . ~V.. 60o. and 73c. ur.
tr,II -T >. but she iricea are those
tiuaii} asa- ?i lor s. i?>N ! b.
MfS.-,
An Tt: !-ril ^ . f-n? ui ,11 the ntw and choice
K)ln!uriiu..t~ . -- . ::.l ? !- u
>. iMii ::H t rn
v p Jih'rl < ' . iii;i ir> .irtle, for the reason
th-t tii- t : .- _ th ;r In l size perfect
.. i.l i. . a i'. -i I.* uo .u:<t eCeciuoil^ lor u.h.
1" i UL txr Thirty Days
31. W I L L I A N
WILL VAKE TTIE GRFATF.ST LEPrCTION IN!
IRItl S FY K JiADE HLREfoFOiiX.
Tr'r <1 F. : * ? -t h If i"ice
t ufr ?..i.;ed i .iud liaio atlialf prioii
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h:lk Mi.; s . t L ill ; ice.
?' i>?> -. I'..i k r i r [ at l.alf pr?'*?>.
ht .a i t j ri?.w bav u-; oi ;v>rtnnity of pettliur the
x* *^t sn>oJs at *itj -ow ^nccs. All i>oods marked in
1 .i?ai fis-urta.
_ ' '*e Tr- v <?. I*;:ria. r!>">] J*07 Penneyivanlaave.
AT XVND I>KLOW Actual CCEL
ihlMiiLD uaC UXTIilVMtH HATS and BONNETS
KU< O..0VFS, MUT3,
I ANS ai.a FLOWERS.
MK.>. M. J. U U XT,
No. VM) r Street Nokthttest.
FOR CASH ONLY. jyj
iliiE. J. P. Palmer,
So IIcT F STRT.ET NORTHWEST.
*ill. rrrr!o-j to her dep irtare for Kurojv. (per steamer
Oregon, July Jmb Ji^i -e.?? the U.lain*of
I: r ii. LB LCNNLTS ANB HATdl
?::d those tf her owe d- - .-n, al
G" FATI Y F.EBUCFB PRICE3. Jyt
Mlii Sf-IMA UrPPFRT.
toe ulU STi.l. X. Opi ate Patent Offlcc
C : 1.: .!;]f* lin^of
BLACK Ax ! V. ni 1-, s . mkroiberies.
llt'l .Si I (IV i ;,s,
1: .*> *... ..lit: il - . *
Ta-rr st? V ct /; 1 ! V : .. i i . AND SHAWLS.
J : aL J 1.1..: Mill 1 ii. iil > at ball their
v ir.t.
ii.i.s 1 . 1?? -II.".. ST MVER UNDER?
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at (etiucv.i ii .? >13
ANNIE K. liUMI'HERY,
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5 fltes C?'t.>i 1 i t t- ~ , fv? r. ?;vle io.d ina? <rtaL
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la.AA. > s.+j^Z .icl I La* i lit. J ?~I ?<
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cL - ' 1 3".'r- F<tav^-hment,
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T" . *'i M.'.1.- ; \ Eul!..s^E
t- : ?-/ ' ' - ; - anJ
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? i i .-is \ SPECIALTY
. * '* ~ * 1- . ? ... y ^ :n* will
; -...- . .. ?u:?-.>d
1 n>u??l .Let >. lUi ?1.M a..u *175 H(
4') *-f ()c.
F. : 31 OJE.-o Coat.
? 50 ?! 30
F. r : - eriuci.' - < "oat.
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Fc .; k"v ! Bo>"? suit.
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l or a Y j . jr 2 I Salt.
it Z.ifO > ?>
loi ? ; i -4. i. "-ait
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For a *?I. l ...c < Suit,
?7M ?7 \0
* ^r a . . .... I' . - -h Suit.
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t l f
I siOcd \ <*t.
t l *. m
Ftr., en. . Coat
?!->*J 5 'O
Forafc ;R :> f- Salt
> '.'' u ^! 5 '"
lorifc e i .?. ew *- Suit
? : f- e. JO
F? ; a L^_?.u i ,.>: r.
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For a Si'it < 1 f.-. :a.- ?t la.t ..?ti tee.sucker.
^1 e. ?: a 'tw : t^? r.a.ta;Lsui thegieAtZCcxBtaon
t ? di aa^sadi -t
THE MISFIT STORE,
*
_ CORNER TEWTH AND T STS.
is itit ??.4ax
' I'PT.S TEN
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v ^ i K " T; s ' R V Y
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GKOCEit.
K. Jfc H. W. CAT HER WOOD.
aElLAizt.A_t-.il A.
fnrH-jpi
O'fi' l ASF Oi l FRIENDS ARE KSOWK
s" v -J' - : ii'.- tai.d kiiowu tor vean
rLH I . - a.-st- :4o stt'O.SD-HAXD
or t ail a * *!?'? i*. m-|KL'ubi? inlcta. Aodnaas
Jl slii'a Ik, >_ ?;}?, f, ?, ..^ L- tweei. 6th and
V V , : Oll'uWeftt.
' jy li-iii viui~ii't?v aiu uued Ua. lurSS
I
special notices.
* .-?t~ Ll'.INE Hf. B1CHT ICE CREAM SODA
L J v. ?TVK. V Pl'.R GLASS.
UCNCA3TEH * HOWARD'S rhartnapy.
CyM Cor. 7th and I streets northwest.
ficnicst excursions, &g
QUID IODJCf IXCOKdOfl
TO TH*
WONDERFUL CAVERNS OF LUBAY,
sunday. august 3d. 1884,
VIA B. k O. AND S. V. b. R
I>cave Wa?hinirton 8:30 a. in. No chana* of cars. Delightful
scenery en route. Round trip rate, including
hIui^siol to caverns. 43.50. positively limited to 20c
from Washington. Every ticketcalls for a reserved seat
Only Sunday Excursion of the season.
Secure your tickets the day before at 507, 619 and 1351
Pennsylvania avenue. Jy'J0-3t
|"~OWEBVEDAU itilST.
WASHINGTON'S CONEY ISLAND.
Tiif safe, swift and mairmflc^nt steamer ARMENIA
will leave her wharf, ioot of 7th street, daily
X'Tt *atnr .ay9. at ? a.m .returning at 9 p.m.. comi.
bciii* July Int. Fare 50 cents rouud trip, children,
2o c?nta.
'1 he Armenia stops at Alexandria on Mondays and
Fridays only.
H. C. BOWERS. Manager.
For further information tpply at office, St. Marc
Hotel. JySO-lm
17VI NINO KXi I RSION OF THE YOUNG PEO\k
! 1.1 s UNION, of the Memorial Lutheran Church,
' (f T G But'er, l>.D..)on the steamer W. W. Corcoran
I HURSDAY. JULY 3J. 18?4.
ii. at will leave 7th-street wharf at 6 p. m. sharp, and
ret: m at 10 p m.
i lcket-i, 25 cents. to be h"d at the boat.
Refreshments at city prices. Jy30-2t
^lXIH ANNUAL EXCURSION OF
j ^ ANACOsTIA LODGE. NO. 21. F. A. A. SL.
Steamer Jans Mosely,
BLACK ISTON'S ISLAND,
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 13TH, 1884.
To stop at Alexandria voiutr and returning. Jy30-12t
G! ? HAND MOONLIGHT EXCURSION
r For the B-nefit of the
OlFICEISS OF THK SIR. MARY WASHINGTON.
On FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST L
Dancing down and back.
No otJ"Ctiuna>>le parties allowed on board.
'tickets for salt- by the Officers and at the Boat the
evening of the Excursion.
TICKETS 25C.
Boat leaves at 6:30 p.m., returning in good season for
the cars. Jy"29-4t
STEAMLR KOCK POINT CAN~BE CHARTERED
_ bv sin*11 partus- for any place on the river or bay.
impure of t. H. MAY. 6*0 ?th street southwest, or at
Sheriff's wh^rf. foot of 'th street. Jy28-lm*
O: FOlt GREAT FALLS and cabin john
brilgc.
The Steam Packet "EXCELSIOR" will make her regular
' rips to the above poj- ta as follows; TUESDAYS,
FRIDAY'S and SUNDAYS, at 8 o'clock, ltom wtarf. corner
Hi'fh street and Canal. For further information
apply a' office. Telephone No 38-^o. j. G. & J M
UATERS 1045 32d street. West Washington. J[y2S-lm
bjaUES OF EXCURSIONS
"Wtli be griven by th*
SATURDAY EVENING CLUB
EVERY SATURDAY EVENING.
The entertainments will consist of Dancing, Vocal
Mns r. kc. Music by Prof. Douch'a orchestra.
'1 he steamer MA?tY W/ SHINGTON will leave her
wharf at p. in., returning at 11 p. m.
Gentleman's Ticket. ?0 cents.two ) a. lies complimented
with each gentleman additional ladies 25 cents each,
lo be ha>i of th> ci inmittee and at the bc-i. Jy23
0?"ccoguan falls.
Marshall hall and glymont.
THE STEAMER MARY WASHINGTON
Wjil make excursion trips to the above places. To OCC<
QUAN FALLS Every WEDNESDAY, leaving 7th
stre-t at 9 a. m.. returning at 8 pi m Fare, round-trip,
-.5 cents. MARSHALL HALL. Every SATURDAY,
leaving at 9a. 111., returning at 4:30 p. m. Fare,rounutrip,
15 cents.
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS.
marshall hall and glymont.
Two trip*. 9:?0 a. m. and 3 p. m . seturninv at 8 p. in.
ai09p.ni. Fare, r* un> -trip. 25 cents. Dancintr on a fine
* :.x a < arcir.K deck <^own and back and at grounds on
all tr.ps. except Sunday. line brass band on Sunday.
Inst trip of Sunday excursion stops at Marshall Hall
oi iy.
jyl9 E S. RANDALL. Manager.
?lOLONI AL BEACH.
F I'RICT LY FIE ST-CLASR
FAMILY EXCURSION EVERY WEDNESDAY.
Rteani'r ARR< >WSMITH leave* 7th street wharf at
8 a. m. -. tluee hours at the B< m.h. h<?nie at 9:31 p. m.
B?ht Hotel. Clearest Beach. ? d the Finest Bath ng on
tfc- io.oniac D.nnar ser-. id on urriva ot steamer.
> aie ."jOc (rou:-d-trip): clnl r-n under twelve years,
?&e. Tickets at 1321 I ?t.. Prentis* drvg store, cor. 7tb
ir. i F st*.: J.J Gould's-. 421 9th *t. . F.ckiinu's drug
tu.e, Georgetown, a.,0. at tli whart. J)T3-2m
S TLAMLR W. W CORCORAN.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
This fine stentrier wili make daily trips fSundays
< xcepted) to all points on the Potomac as far as GlyliivUt.
B?At will leave at 10 a. in. and arrive at 3:3<J p
! in. Fare, round tril>, -5 cents to ail po.uts except
Mount Vernon, wli cn is ftl
-iTURDAY E\ 1 NING trips t?ill be made during the
svn.n.er, U at having at 6 p. ni.. arriving at 9.^0 p. m.
> are. 25 cents.
> I MAY AFIIRNOON trips will be made as usual,
11 at lei.A -.nir at 3 i>. m. und retumiiiir at s p m Boat
uil ?ro as :ar as Indian Head I are. .50 cents. Jyll
(* V\ BIN joIIN AN D~ GREA'r" FALLS.-the NEW
Excursio n steamer HENcCY G. WAGNtR is now
r>a iv 1. r charter;capacity over 201). Apply at 3221 M
ctr- _"t l.ortliWest, opposite Wai.hicgtou aLU Georgetown
Ktim ad "thee. jy 1-lm
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PRICE
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lUE .NEW LAWN GAME. ENCHANTMENT.
LAWN POOL. LAWN TENNIS. Cl.OQUET.
ARCHERY. AT LOW PRICES.
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?r7 4'2>j Seventh street,
1ATEST pi' tLlCATIONS?phcebe, BY author
-i *_ ! Rutledgv Piose Works ot Wm. Cuiitrii
Bryant. Vy l a- ke ocm!\\ a, Sun.iner. by Tboreau edited
b> K.(. O. blr?l.e 1 ne Giar.t's I'.obe. by F.Aastey. author
Y-.<r V?r?. Tommy ! j :: o;e. t>y R. D. B'?ckniOrt>;
.? f ii.ii. t-iDk-M b^ m Mar'oi. C;??ford; Quukjands
?uz - at?-'l!r Rithetirnnu. !.\ Mr-. A I-. Winter:G.-or*e
i ..?.t'? x -s > . Vr- .! li.> Pl:%rwood. Manners and Sor-:ij
bt-ayi a El.is H l oberts. Oov?rcm*nt Revenue. At
!. e in 1ua\. l>> Mrs. V D 1' B.ani '.ardi:Adams'Hand
In k < f Autbvis; Digersco- 1 etween 1'hysical and
i n I.**, b> Arthur. Vacation Cruising, by J.T.
K tliork. liactJcai Essays. o> Alexander ban., V>.ut l
ifvltitiaa ia Attetb, tgre J h?, manes. O A.WHITA
F1 It, Poc?^el!*r uiiu StalioUf-r. il<i5 Pennsylvania
avuiQ ti.i iiAx-i. '1 eleyhonecall.4S&-3. Jrl4
j aousef uknishimgs.
1717 bEVENTH STREET N.w. 717
j
vapor stoves.
I
71:r latest out. New Twin-Burner. Vapor Sfove.alvina
jenbb the beat of ^ si gWbonwr A Two-Born i
t iom .i|-..al to an wnl-.i.ar> iLf e-l;urner. Do not fell
t eail at; e>rr tlien. jutalsoan immense auortment ji
o. Ket iiultCs.
\*e La\- ? verai new arid second-hand Vapir Stoves
that *c iU> r tit \ery low priced to ci- un them out.
A 11 .1 c! c^-ok Stoves,IwiirolttS, slate il*UKla,tc.
laUclliiAiUid coiiatantly ui halul.
j .1013 w.s.jenkskca
x HE c ELEBR ATED
PEERLESS REFRIGERATOR
Larue Assoilment.
GEO. WATTS * SON.
(Sole Axents fcr the District of Columbia),
. iryl 3H 'th st.. 5 doors above l'enn ave
j ^JUAlLi'UL?COiiTORTINU.
EPPS' COCOA.
EREAEFAST.
"Pr ' thorcnah knowle<1?? of the natural laws w!ilct
rovcrv. the d erations of digestion and uu'rition, and bj
a lare-nl ?iili ?t:on cf tl.i fine pn.?pv*rticsof well-a*
lf'i! l urui. > r.E)>v* has provided our oreakiaat tablw
?.th a delicately C*v re<l beverage which may Save u<
c.ai.y h?avy Ui<-toi?' niits. It is by tine Judicious us* ot
m a articles ot diet thai a const.tution may be frrsdu
iii> bud: up nntd sir. ug eni ug!. to rtaist every ten
i licj t. dis.?sc. Hunaredx < i subtle maladies are float
.- aioubd us ready to attack wherever there is a wesi
j..int he iuay rscaje u any a istal ahatt by keepina
ci'tselvrs well fortitWd with pure blood and a properij
iiuraloi Uani*"?Ctvu Atrcux OtuitU.
>?fde simply with b-llin* water or mtlk. Sold in tins
cu?i C'l-lb. and lb ) by Grocers labelled thus.
J am ^8 EiPS t CO., Hoiucscpathic Ohemieta.
UlId*l?ZQjkttt I/^nn KWl
: special notices.
i JIIp3 CHESAPEAKE BEACH CO.
I
OFFICE. BOARD OF TRADE ROOMS,
NINTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE. j '
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LOTS FORSALE.
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MAPS. PLANS. PAMPHLETS AND INFORMATION 1
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A LIMITED NUMBER OF LOTS WILL ONLY BE t
SOLD AT PRESENT PRICEa t
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. , WASHINGTON. D. C., July 30. lfef*4. 1
ThiP is to certify that I Lave issued orders lo (
wonre It. Phil'ips. euperintendent Inland aud Seaboard '
toastimr company, to employ none but Ur.ion Painters '
upon our vessels. SAII'L NOJKMKNT. V. Pres. 1
' .Jh? b?J"cctt Placed upou the L & S. C. company la *
, tnls day removed, the said c rnpany liavinsr conceded to
our demands. IJy order of the Arbitration Committee
ol alt, vtmon Painters* Assembly. It* j
jrjS?? NOTICE TO THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENT
OFFICIALS, t
T J,y? THE PLBRIO IN GENERAL. A
, I am still at my old stand.
1222 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. s
1222 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 1
12Zi P' NNSYLVANIA AVENUE, 1
1222 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUH S
Ana nave no otlier place in thin city. b
c , ? a JULIUS BAUMGARTEN. 1
Seal Emrraver anTvractical Rubber Stamp Maker. s
Call and be convinced. Jy30-St
,MfA SO NIC. - A SPECIAL CO M MU NIC AT IO N
Z?7tJ*u ^r^iTTE. LO" 'GEt N"- l'J. * A. A. M?
at Masonic Temple THURSDAY EVE- ,
>I>G, Juiy 31st, a; 7:3o o'clock. Officers and members
are requested to attend. By oruer of the W M f
" H. S. MERRILL, Sec'y. *
TZgF'. PARTIES WHO DI SIRE TO ENTER THE =
i vS ;oot' 8atlt- wheelt-arrow and combination races
at the Letter i arriers' Entertainment. Atiiletic Park,
< Aujfust 18th. 1884, please call or aJuress tho secretary
j Letter carrier*1 Association. cltvpost office. Jy30-3t J
| O. f7~HARM NY LODGE. No. 9.- d
1 V"Ti officers and.iin niterH are requests to meet 0
' ^ street southeast, WEDNESDAY >i
i r.'v LM>(j'.at i :30 o'cKck, to make arranffeiuents for 2
the luneral of our late brother, John Howe, P. <3
WM. P. ALLAN. JAa ^ EDGAK- Noble Gria<1- t;
Recording Secretary. lt?
N. B. ALL VOTERS.-THE ATTE NTION OF o
I ? s members of state as-eria. ions. campaign clubs, v
. Koverument employes, and others is called tc the fact J.
that a spec al train has ber-n evirated to accommodate r
all who may desire to attend the strand mass meetimr of
Montgomery county, J;
Md en Au.ust 2d 18*4 leaving the B. & O. depot at r
:15 p.m., returning at close ol meeting. jy2i>-5t J
I-** EQL 1TA HLE Bl'ILDING ASSO- $
ClAlIoN OF GeoRIiETow N. D. C.?In view of n
the pressing demand for stock in the above Aanociatiou c
tfte Direc tors have determined to reopen the books for a u
second series, and we cordially invite all those who "
wish to con ect themselves with a Buildinsr Association f
to attend tha next regular lu. etinir, which will take 1
l'MevwvTil* ?IC^SD..M2N-PA* 1N ^OGOSTth- I
?t Gl ddar ; s Hail, corner of 30th and M t
stwts l his Association is out of the best ever started
l?i this District andst .ndsona pltin and solid ba?d<?no
complications or miKunaeratandinjfs in its wnrkinira'
The officers aj^ all buain as m?n and e*iv.rieuced iti the *
mai:aifeLueiit of the as?o<'i*tiun. Thu shares are $1 eacn &
cu which LS advanced i'iOa 1 ha books wi.l be open for 1
KUbacTipUor. to thestock at tb? ollowinir plsces. viz.:
? 32,1 *'?d O; ? m. Kin;' & k>05 K
> if ali^i i ^ "l Jo1111 Gibbons. J9th and M *tn.; M
V.nS11 a,ul 8 S?( Sons. Potomac f
i?. / c'21, e" W ClabautfFi. 1t h.: I. Thos. t
Blown, vice Pres.; R. E. Prey, 1 lew.; i'erdiuand Kjuk. ; s
, btc" iy-6-15t ; ij
f^ POTOMAC IN3URAN' E COMPANY, OEOKG - i H
' r " n-D.Ju.y'j6. 1S?4? The aniiual m-<-tintr l'
' ?! stoc<h<ldir- for th- election ot twel. e <lin-c- r
r?^-0 , company will be held a. this otiice on MON- ii
DAI. Autcuat 4, lbM. PoLlsoprli at 1J m. and close at i
i p.m.
h -6-dtd J. W. DETBLE, Secretary. 11
VOU CAN liUY DUFEVS MALT U'H'SKY
I ? w by th bottle from JUUN a MAGliUDER. 1421 n
New ioiL avenue. jyj?j-tt
r^> NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE p
w heretoforeexistimr between GEO. i n
It1 J AS. A. JAHBOE, cluing busin. ss h
IV.. L ?\y e ali? tli^u' of firm COLM AN & JARBOE, is < 5
i ? 'r ^ mutual consent Uissolved. All parties in ?S'i,
'r1 w' wdl pi'-a?e make prompt payments
1 ii $" CoLMAN, who W uutlioriz d to collect ail
, bills due and pay all mdebtediie^ ol said ft-m s
I U.?a !?.. W; COLMAN. c
i Ji -4-lw* jAS ^ JAKBOE.
T1AL.?F!VE GALLONS DANFOKTH'S v
FLL1D delivei-ed tor sS',10. s
iv>3 2,, vv 6- ,j,5n;k;s b co> t
jy?i ii i 71 < ith street n. vr.
LUMBER, HARDWOODS.
8
IN 07>DER THAT WF. MAY MAKE ROOM FOR A
A-AKG^ STOCK OF HARDWOODS AND WHITE
PiNES. NOW ON THE WAY. WE CFFEU GREAT 1
INDUCEMENTS IN UPPERS, SELECTS. 8ECONDS f
PILKS, SHELVING AND HARDWOOD-:, SUCH AS
WALNUT. MAHOGANY, CHERKY AND POPLAR, c
WM McLFAN 4 RON. 1
13TH AND B STREETS AND 14TH. BETWEEN B
AND C STREETS NORTH WE., r Jyl7 t
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS J
WJS DWTRK T OF ."OT.T-MBIA. ' m
^ ^ , v> ASHtsoroN. July 15th. 1884.
Notice is hereby eiven, pursuant to th- act of Con- a
fc-r><s>. matting appropriations for the uxpeast*s of tlie ^
ifc ernmeiit <,f tiie District o? ? olumbia for tl e fiscal ^
year ei dine- .luii.-JO, It* 5. approved July 5th, 1??4, that I
no paymt.it wii. be ma-l- y" auy ce. Ulicate issutd by tha
<a'e Boam of Au.lit of said . ;st:1ct ol Columbia under t
authority ot tuts act apj roved June .'Oth. :b74, that shall ,
no? be presented lor pa< ment w.tnin one year tro-ii the F
?:d 5th -Uy (it J .ly, 1684. The presentat" n~ itbiu ?
t-1"- biiwuia btmaUe to the l'lea-urer of iliu Lnited
j
Ey order of the Commissioners <
,t,Pw,( WM. TINDALL.
jy lc-w.at Secretary of Board.
f JNO. A. PUESCOTT. I
-* heal Esuatt Brokep. 1
Hni- r'-uioved his oftictj to
No. 132tf 1 street northwest i
Hcnses anu Puiiu 1.4 Ixts For Sale CheaD t
my8-3in Monej to Loaa. e*p f
\ ~m&* GAS STOVES^ ~ i
GARDEN HOSE. ?
CasStovt* tLat will do a^'FanS^JcSS ** \
E. F. BROOK3. (.
_ f31 15th street. Corcoran Bnfldlni. 1
rT?" S-5 PEV. ARD! " ]
vr u . 1
Jlr. M. T. T.rid<v?l? ffers n re-vaM of twentv-flre dol- 1
! ?he conviction of any p-r<=nn or 1
' ^,UiU.n.'' * tK t'les of the loliowii . u-rv
a'' J ''r*o?i!' not to sel! or buy or fill <
r fi -, ?f lra "-arked as herein dcsciibetL ^ 1 will t
b?r^citlrt?w th t *Kaui, i all *uch pernors. Fmt lMrer ;
ix.T.r i'-itie>. wah tui ijrhtnmv stopptr attache 1 markfci <
on one sitle "M. 1. B ." and "A* M ' l ? ? n f {
' >'the otlu r R;de. "This Lottie not to be sold " 1
One-lia'.f pint sotia water bot les, 11 nr^ed on ore t. rle
Xc.id - '-ate.^, ' JI. r. LridvclL UsF&j ?M w ?
Wasiur*^: D C l.eissned Aiii.UFt 13. le7U '* Others 1
PjJr'n^lev^On /,l.\ 4 u-hkl,s- R.viands ? Codd. \
i-truftucj. Ul tiic utiici* fc'uc imve st*ir with
^ M^BHibwaZ"" !
' ?5! M street southwest. ,
POLITICAL PICTORIAL NET BANNERS ]
,x pw.nt?^ "l ROG1NSK t & LEU IS. ??jb ..tr?t
northwest Dew^^ ?nu estimates chcertully furnished 1
Ah work Knaran.et.u and Ucne in iht, nj< st artistic man- 1
Hlr: )yll-lm J
riSf JAMES K. Mc.T ILL. ARCHITECT, <
Office No. 0<t8 G street
Prepares plar.s aiid speciflcations for all clam*? of
buddings. n:d superintend their erection. jy^Tm '
f CHAS. S. PRICE. !
VW REGISTERED PHARMACIST. 1
4* 7th St.;e?t southwest.
[ amis?m^erate rateK, PrescnP"<?? ? WrlMty. ]
ATTENTION OF VISITORS AND IlEF
i ad^mts 19 ptrtlcularly called to PHOSVIT^:. the
1 i.ew and i;ojin,ar hi am and Nerve 'Ionic and safe- i
putiSt lyialariii. For sale areated by tiie crlaas or i
Sole 1 nvuntor and Mau 1
11.m turer. 14J*J Pen 11 yivania svenu?. apli
i GAS COOELVG Ha NOES AND STOVES. I |
GARDEN HOSE. j
LAWN VASES AND SETTEE& I
, FINE GAS FIXTURES. 1
1-LlTUMSa. B/^T^ASD^ALt JOEBKO ,
SAML. S. SHEDD, 1
400 WUi Street Northwest. I
Washington News and Gossipy
Government Receipts To-day.?Internal revenue,
$445.3v8; customs, (109.136.
Appointed as a Cadet.?L. li. Myrick, of North
Carolina, has been appointed a cadet to the Naval
academy.
Precautions Against Yellow Feveil?The surgeon
general of the marine hospital service having
teen informed that yellow fever is spreading rapIdly
In sonora, Mexico, has Instructed tbe Inspector
at Nogales, Arizona, to use extra vigilance to
prevent lis introduction Into the United Mates.
Mr. Henry Victor, an artist, to-day presented
democratic headquarters with a fine picture of Gov.
Cleveland.
Secretary Lincoln has returned to the city. He
has not yet decided to attend the reception of the
breely party at Portsmouth, N. H.
The Loch Oaky.?The board of survey appointed
to examine the damages to the transport Loch
Qary, ot the Qreely relief expedition, report that
the necessary repairs to the vessel will cost between
i wo and three thousand dollars and will occupy tea
lays. As the contract with her English owners
>viii expire August 5tb, and as any lurther detention
of the vessel will necessitate payment lor
mother month?about ?7,000?Admiral Nichols has ,
li reeled that the repairs, if possible, be completed
belore that time.
The Fortifications of Boston Harbor.?The
following named officers, members of tue board of
?nglneers for fortifications and lor river and harjor
improvements, will visit the works of fortlflca.lon
in Bo3tou harbor, Masssacliutietts, on duty
connected with studies for ilie defense of that harjor,
and on completion of the duty specified will
eturn to their respective stations: Cot JainesC.
Duane, corps of engineers; Lieut. CoL Henry L.
\bl)ot, corps ot engineer*; Lieut. CoL Cyrus B.
Jomstock, corps of engineers.
The Harper's Ferry Sale.?The Secretary of
:he Treasury has not yet fixed a date for the sale
)f the government property at Harper's Ferry, as
tuthorlzed by Congress, but It Is expected that It
*ill be ofTered for sale at public auction about the
nlddle of September.
The Washington Monument.?CoL T. L. Casey,
.lie officer in charge of the construction of the
A'ashlngton monument, has prepared a set of phoographs
showing the appearance of the monunent
at different stages, from the commencement
)t the work up to the present time, and also a pie,ure
of the shaft as It will be when completed.
1'hese, mounted and framed, will be sent as an exilblt
to the New Orleans cotton centennial, te;ether
with explanatory documents.
Dintrict Government Affairs.
nyestigating the rights of street railroads.
The Commissioners are engaged In Investigating
,he laws to discover If the Metropolitan street rallvay
company has any legal right to occupy certain
it reels of Washington. For this purpose the comnlssloners
are having made a map ot the road as
t now Is, and will afterwards try to And tbe law
riving the company the right to so occupy the
itreeis. The street railway companies of this city
lave all, more or less, It is stated, helped themelves
to streets without authority, and have now
rot to give an account of their action.
a complaint of circumlocution.
A deleizatlon of twelve plumbars appeared at the
Commissioners' office yesterday and made comilaint
about the red-tape method adopted by the
Hstiict authorities. In Issuing permits to tap
ewers. It Is probable that this business wlU be
lmpllfled.
vital statistics.
The health officer's report for the week ending
uly 26, states that the number of deaths occurring
urlng the week was 102?54 white and 48 colred;
the rate of mortality per 1.000 per annum
eing 21.48 for the white, 36.02 for the colored and
6.50 Tor the to al population. The principal causes
I death were: consumption, 18; pneumonia, 2;
yohoid fever, l; typho malaria lever, l; malarial
;ver, 3; bronchitis, 1; diphtheria, i, and diarrheal
3. or the decedents 11 white and 7 colored were
ver 60 years of age, and 21 white and 24 colored
rere under 6 years of age. There were 18 marla
ges and 71 births reported.
building permits
jsued by Inspector Entwlstle: Dr. S. J. Cockerelle,
epalr briok and frame on Blair road, county; $600.
leo. White, repair frame, 31314th street southeast;
150. M rs. B. Lacey, repair brick, 2001 I street
orthwest; S450. Win. T. Whalen, erect twotwotory
dwellings, alley between 8th and 9th and D
nd E streets southwest; $800. Mrs. J.A.Powell, j
reel a two-story and basement dwelling, 15th, be- j
ween P and o streets northwest; $3,400. John H.
larrls, repair brick, "Harris House," E street, beu
vtu 13th and 14ih; $3.50J.
miscellany.
Mr. Charles n. Parker headed a delegation to-day
rhlch went berore the Commissioners to ask that a
ewer be put In F street southwest, between 9lh and
Oth streeis.
The Thirteenth Street Reservation.? Colonel
iockweli said to-day In reference to the request for
he removal of the high fence about the small reervatlon
at the intersection of Pennsylvania ave,uh
and E street, tbat he was In favor of all such
Tip rove merits, but 'hat he was doubtful If the neessary
money could be spared from the limited apropriatlons
allowed for the care of public buildups
and gr< tuuds. Before he could take action In
he matter it would be necessary to look carefully
tito the subject of available funds.
mr. Walton's Bond.?The clerk of the court this
aornlng received the bond of Joseph J. Walton,
f New York, who Is Indicted here In two cases for
resenting fraudulent vouchers at the bureau or
aedlclne and surgt-ry. The bond Is for 15,000, taken
>re Commissioner Griffin, In New York, on the
6th lnst.
Robberies Reported.?Jacob C. Curry, 211811th
treei. northwest, reports stclen from a Belt line
ar, about 11 o'clock last night, a black leather
atchel containing flO In inonev and underelothintf
alued at *14.7 5 Fltzliugh and Shute, 14th and N
treets. reports stolen, yesterday morning, a rubier
horbe blanket, value t6.
Campaign Ripple*.
enator gorman in charge of the democratic
canvass?the situation in west virginia.
The selection of Senator Gorman as chairman of
he executive committee ot the democratic national
ominlttee, it is said, will set at rest the discontent
n the ranks and the possible trouble arising rrom
he re-election of Mr. Barnum as chairman of the
ominlttee. Senator Gorman will virtually assume
u'.i management or the canvass.
The democratic barbecue at Lexington, Ky., yeserday
was an immense affair, over 10.000 persons
v?re present in the prove. There were several
,pe ikers. including William Dorsheimer, of New
fork, senator Beck. Couirre>sman Blackburn, Senit
or Voorhees and Gen. Durbin Ward. Eighiy-flve
ixen, south down sheep and hogs wore roasted
vhoie in trenches and served wl! lx wagon loads of
>re id, roast fowls, vegetables, ?c.
Tha democrats of oilmen Anne county. Mil, have
leciared In favor of John B. Brown for Congress,
md in Talbot county for Mr. Gibson. The delegaion
irom Dorchester is unlnstrueted.
Mr. Win. Daniel, the vice President on the prohl)ltlon
ticket, savs that his party will put up an
lee tor a 1 ticket lu every state, and an active camnil*
n will be carried oil
At the democratic Ratification meeting, held In
Currolk, Va., last night, an address was made by
Ion. Henry Watterson.
At a conference ot the leading republicans nnd
rreenbackers ot West Virginia, yesterday, It was
lecidod to carry out the fusion program as far as
n aetk able. 11 Is thought that lu pursuance of this
igreement Judge Maxwell will be nominated by
icclamatlon, ar.d that the rest of the greenback
Icket will be Indorsed with the exception perhaps
)l the candidate for superintendent of free schools.
The rer bilcansof the 4th congressional district
?f West Virginia have determined to give the nomllation
tor congressman in that district to the greenjackcrs,
who it is undoubted will select Dr. A. r.
3arbee, of Mason county, who ran as the greenback
;ar. Jidate against Hon. Eustace Gibson two years
igo.
The democrats of the fifth district of North Carjliua
yesterday nominated Jas. W. Held for Conrrcss,
and the democrats of the third Missouri dlsil.-i
A. P. Dovk^ry. The democrats ot the sixth
>hlo district after six ballots adjourned until tolay.
The prohibition convention of Mississippi yesterJov
adoi ted resolutions disclaiming anjr purpose
Lo mingle lemperance and polities, except so far as
[o support the legislative candidates favoring the
adoption of gpneral local option laws.
Secret ary Chandler on the Tallapoosa arrived at
Br.r Harbor, Me., yesterday and called on Mr.
Blaine.
The greenback congressional convention of the
roui th Missouri district vesterday decided not to
nominate a candidate for congress, but passed &
resolution requesting Hon. Nicholas Ford to be:ome
an Independent candidate. ...
The Heavy Rains in Maryland.?The heavy
rains caused George's creek to rise, and last evenin?
the towns of Lonaconlng and Barton, Md., were
Liadly flooded. Railroad travel has been stopped,
)iid the only communication is by telephone. The
il jodlag caused by the heavy rains about Harpers
Ferry made a break in the Chesapeake and Ohio
;anal two inlle^ this side of Dam NO. 4.
JTa
cyci-one Near Norfole.? a frightful cyclone,
two hundred yards In width, passed over the neighborhood
of Hickory ground, Norfolk county, Va.,
Monday night. Trees three feet in diameter were
carried off. barns, kitchens, stables, *c., were torn
from their foundations, and the whole mass of matertal
carried along by the wind. It appeared as If
n dense black smoke was passing over the grounC,
sweeping it clear of everything, and tbe air above
was thick with the branches and trunks of trees,
lumber and other material of tbe wrecked buildings.
One colored man was reported killed. All
the growing crops in the path ot the storm were
ruined. At Elizabeth City, N. C., tbe damage Is
reported as very heavy.
The Democratic Execntir* Committee.
wht 8enat0r gorman was chosen a3 its head.
8enator German has been made the practical
head of the national democratic committee by
being chesen chairman of Its executive committee.
Ever slice the nomination of Cleveland he has been
busily engaged with other leading democrats In
preparing for the campaign, and his suggestions
and plans so impressed the members of the national
committee that they considered him the man
needed. As lie Is chairman of tbe congressional
campaign committee he will divide his time between
the Washington and New York headquarters.
Why Tammany Hesitates*
john kelly reported to be endeavoring to persuade
workwomen to suffort cleveland.
A democratic member of Congress, who has recently
been In New York, told a Star reporter today
that he had, while there, a long talk with Mr.
John Kelly. He says Kelly admitted his disappointment
at the nomination of Cleveland, and reiterated
his oplo'nlon tbat the latter is a weak candidate.
But he said Tammany would support the
ticket. Mr. Kelly declared that he was laboring
quietly to bring the worklngmen of Tammany
around to Cleveland. He said they were very bitter
against tbe bead of the ticket, and tbat, at first,
they refused to listen to any arguments In his favor.
He added that be hoped to persuade tbat element
of Tammany to consent to support Cleveland, and
then formal action in tbe ratification of tbe ticket
\\ Juld be taken. He gave the difficulty of dealing
with the working-men as Ills excuse for delaying ills
formal declaration of allegiance to the party nominees.
A prominent democrat who stood by and listened
to this report of an interview with Kelly ridiculed
tbe idea that bona fide worklngmen constituted
any great proportion ot the Tammany organization.
Said he: "If working men make up an important
element of Jobn Kelly's following, he always leaves
them out of tlie crowds be takes to political gatherings.
I have seen the Tammany crowd at several
national democratic conventions I have been among
them, talked with them, and have observed them
pretty closely, and as a whole tbey are about as
tough citizens as I ever got among. Most of them
looked like broken down prize-fighters, some had
broken noses, another would be minus part of
an ear, another without an eye, and so on. 1 don't
think," he concluded, "the worklngmen In Tammany
are numerous enough to cause much trouble."
I.andiny Marseilles Rag*.
permission granted to land a cargo in mew
tork.
The action of the Treasury department yesterday
in refusing to allow the landing at New York
of a c<>rgo at rags from the bark Marie Lulgl,
which sailed from Marseilles May 80th, was reconsidered
to-day and tbe New York collector was
notified tbat If he was satisfied the rags were
actually shipped from Marseilles before June 10th
the cargo might be landed. This action was the
result of a conference between the customs officers
ot the Treasury department and the surgeon general
of the marine hospital service and was mainly
based on a statement b^ the latter officer that
Marseilles was free rrom epraemlc disease prior to
June 10th. It was also shown that tbe vessel In
question exhibited a clean bill of health and had
passed quarantine.
The Treasury department Is now considering the
advisability of modlfylug Its order prohibiting the
Importation of rags from Infected foreign ports so
as to have the proalbltlon apply to shipments of
rags from all European ports.
Gov* Cleveland Notified.
the ceremont at al8ant yesterdat?gov. cleveland's
address in response to the notification
?rejoicings in albany, etc.
The committee appointed by the national democratic
convention to notify the democratic nominees
for the presidency and vice presidency of their
nomination waited upon Gov. Cleveland In Albany,
N. Y., yesterday afternoon. They were escorted to
the executive mansion by a local committee. An
Immense concourse thronged the streets and assembled
about the governor's residence. The ceremonyof
notification took place in the large main parlor
of the executive mansion in the presence of the
numbers of the national committee and a large
number of Invited guests.
When Gov. Cleveland entered he was greeted
with applause, and when it bad subsided CoL W.
F. Vilas, of Wisconsin, chairman of the notification
committee, addressed the governor, and, after
formally notify him ot his nomination for tbe presidency,
said: "This choice carries with it profound
personal respect and admiration, but it has been in
no manner the fruit of these sentiments. The national
democracy seek a President not in compliment
for what the man Is, or reward for what he
ha? done, but In a Just expectation of what he will
accomplish as tbe true servant of a free people fit
for their lofty trust." The secretary of the committee
then read the committee's formal address of
notification.
gov. cleveland's response.
Gov. Cleveland, who had stood meanwhile as an
intent listener, replied as follows:
" Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Committee:
Your formal announcement does not, of course
convey to me the first information of the result ot
the convention lately held by the democracy of the
nation, and yet when as I listen to your message I
see about me representatives from all parts of the
land of tbe great party which, claiming to be the
party of the people, asks them to entrust to It the
administration' of their government; and when I
consider under tbe influence of the stern reality
w hlch the present surroundlnrs create that I have
been chosen to repr. sent the plans, purposes and
the policy of the democratic party, I am profoundly
Impressed by the solemnity of the occasion and by
the responsibility of my position.
"Though I gratefully appreciate it, I do not at
this moment congratulate myself upon tbe distinguished
honor which has been conferred upon me,
because my mind is full of an anxious desire to perform
well tbe part which has been assigned to me.
Nor do I at this moment forget that the rights aud
interests of more than fifty million of my fellowcltlzeus
are Involved In our efforts to gain democratic
supremacy. This reflection presents to my
mlud tbe consideration which more than all others
glv?s to the action ot my party In convention assembled
its most sober nnd serious aspect. The
party and its representatives which ask to be entrusted
at the hands of the people with the keeping
of all that concerns their welfare aud their
saiety should only ask it with the full appreciation
of the sucredness of the trust and with a firm resolve
to administer it faithfully and well.
"I am a democrat because I believe that this
truth lies at the foundation of true democracy. I
have kept the faith because I believe. U rightly and
fairly administered and applied, democratic doctrines
aud measures will Insure the happiness, contentment
and prosperity of the people. If in the
contest upon which we now enter we steadfastly
hold to the underlying principles of our party
creed, and at all times keep in view the people's
good, we shall be strong, because we are true td
ourselves and because the plain and independent
voters of the land will seek by their suffrages to
compass their release from party tyranny where
there should be submission to the popular will, and
their protection from party corruption where there
should be devotion to the people's interests.
"These thoughts lend a consecration to our cause;
and we go forth not merely to gain a partisan advantage.
out pledged to give to those who trust us
the utmost beneiits and honest administration of
national affairs. No higher purpose or motive can
stimulate us to supreme effort or urge us to continuous
and earnest labor and effective party organization.
Let us not fall lu this, and we may confidently
hope to reap the full reward of patriotic services
well performed. I have thus called to mind
some simple truths, and trite though they are, it
seems to me we do well to dwell upon them at this
time. 1 shall soon, 1 hope, signliy lu the usual formal
manner ray acceptance of the nomination
which has been tendered to me. In the meantime
1 gladly greet you all as co-workers In a noble
cause."
rwj0icing3 in albany.
The ceremony at the executive mansion was followed
by a general celebration in the city at nightLarge
audiences gathered In Music Hall and the
Leland Opera House, and at the former place addresses
were made by Col. Vilas, ex-Speaker Sam'l
J. Randall, ex-Gov. T. M. Waller, o' Connecticut;
Gen. Charles F. Hooker, ot Mississippi, and Hon. A.
V. Stevenson, of Illinois.
At tbe Leland opera House ex-Gov. Walker, of
Virginia, presided, and addresses were made by
Hon. Patrick A. Collins, of Bostcn; Hon Joseph
Pulitzer, New York, and Hon. John K. Fellows, New
York.
congratulations prom mr. tildbn.
A dispatch was read from Mr Tllden, In which
he said: "Although I cannot be present in person
with my old friends in Albany on that Interesting
occasion, I cordially co-operate with them in the
support ot tbe excellent ticket nominated ty the
democratic national convention, and feel assurt'd
that in Its success at the eiectisn, of which there is
every promise, the country will achieve a substantial
victory for the cause or good government."
Diminished Crime in Iheland.?In tbe House of
Commous yesterday, during tbe discussion of the
appropriation lor criminal prosecutions in Ireland,
Mr. Tbomas Sexton, member for county bligo, said
be was surprised that the diminished crime in Ireland
bad not reduced the am sunt required for this
purpose. He urged the government to renounce
spies and informers, and dismiss Mr. Bolton, prosecutor
for the crown in Ireland, from the public service.
Virginia Troops in Camp.?The encampment
of the Third Virginia regiment of volunteers will
be held in Lynchburg from August 4th to August
vtb. The leghnent represents tbe whole line of
P.edmont, Virginia, from Alexandria to Lynchburg,
it was organued June 18,1881, and its head^uaitersare
at Charlottesville.
? #?? ?
The new French divorce law was gazetted yesterday.
Three thousand suits for divorce have already
been begun. Many noble and prominent
famfltea are involved In some of them.
ft
A COSGRESS7IAX ATTEMPTS 817!
C1DE.
Jlr. Cnibrrtaon, ? Kentucky, Shoo
XliuiMlf in the Head.
a sensational scene at th* national hot*!
mr. cclbertson's desperate attempt to bl
his life?hb futs two bullets into bis hb,
and wants to bb let alonb to dib.
Representative W. W. Culbert -on, of Kentuck
shot himself at his room at the National hotabout
11 o'clock this morning, and Is lying In
critical condition, on Saturday he went to t
National and took a room, saying he would be the
but a few days. He was then quite nervous, ai
had the appearance of having been on a protract
spree. He stayed about the hotel, none of 1
friends knowing he was In the city. After brea
fast this morning he had his trunks and box
checked for Frankfort, Ky., and without golnx
j the clerk had the servants change his room Ire
j one In a more remote part of the house to No. :
i which Is Just at the head ot the stairs, on the st
ond floor, over the barber shop, the window ope
! Ing on ?tn street, near Pennsylvania avenue. Aft
i having his trunks checked he was not seen ai
1 more, and It was supposed he had gone out.
i About 10:55 o'clock while Officer Farrar wi
: standing at the corner of 6th street ai
Pennsylvania avenue, watching the small grou
of Idlers about the hotel and restaurant across tl
1 way,
five pistol shots
I In quick succession rang out apparently from tl
! window over his head, and he rushed into tl
| hotel, telling Otncer Lamb, whom he met on tl
i way, to come along as some one had probably sb
himself. The clerks had not heard the filing an
the officers passed through the lobby unnotlcn
and ran up stairs to where they had heard the tl
i lng. As they were looking for the r o:n the k<
turned In the door of No. 27 and Represent atl'
Culbert.son stood before them with a pistol In to
hand and
wreaking with blood.
The first thing he said on seeing the officers was:
"I'm afraid I havn't done it, boys. I want t
though, and wllL"
He seemed dazed, and, handing his pistol to oi
of theofficers, asked him to see if there was anoth
load in it. The officer told him there was not; at
he asked them to load it for him. This conversatK
occupied but a Uttle more than a minute, when tl
wounded man began to stagger, and the office
laid him on the bed. Medical aid was sent for, an
in a lew moments, Drs. Townshend, W. C. Brlsc
B. O. Foole add J. S. McLean were in the room, ai
were doing what they couid.
two bullets in his head.
Two shots were found to have taken effect In tl
back of his head, Just below the base of the bral
The brain had not been Injured, however, the do
tors said. Out the wounds are of a serious charactt
and might prove fatal. There was dantrer of bloi
clots pressing on the brain and causing death. Tl
wounded man lay In a half-unconscious state, pa
of his body across the bed, and his legs resting i
a chair, propped up with pillows. After his fa
had been bathed, and the proper medical attentl?
rendered, he recovered sufficiently to talk a llttl
He then felt his own pulse, an l whispered to tl
| doctor that he was afraid he was getting oettt
He proffered no explanation for his rash act.
detebmined to die.
When asked where his wife was he replied th
she was at Frankfort, but said not to send for he
as he was ashamed to meet her.
"I am afraid I won't die now," he said, "but I a
bound to do It. You can't help it. That's posltlv
No use sending for any one."
The doctors stayed with him, but could not cod
to any conclusion as to what might be the resu
of the wounds, and said simply that It was ve
dangerous. No cause can be assigned for the ac
except that he was Just getting over a spree. Tl
hotel proprietor said he could assign no reason, ai
said he hid not been drinking any since he regl
tered there on Saturday.
on a protracted spree.
During the session Mr. Culbertson was at the A
llngton hotel with his wife, but Just before a
Journment the latter went home to Kentucky, ai
he went upon a protracted spree. He went down
Cape May, and for several weeks had been drlnkli
very hard. He returned here last Saturday and p
up at the National hoteL Since his return he 11
been trying to sober up. His plan was to "tap
off" with beer, and he has been confining btms<
to that drink. His whole nervous system was u
set, nn'l his condition wasoneof morbid depresslo
He remarked several times that his life was on
temporarily prolonged, as he was determined
finish the Job. The attending physicians endeavc
ed to cheer him up, saying that a few nights go*
rest would m ke him leei differently "I dor
know," he replied. "A man who has done aj
have deserves do die. He ought to be left alone
die."
the cause of the act.
In reply to questions, Mr. Culbertson said th
his conduct only had driven him to attempt t
life. He declared that there was nothing In tl
nature of domestic trouble.
When the doctors suggested sending him to tl
hospital, he expressed total indifference as to wh
whs done, but then Inquired about the cost. It
thought that he has, perhaps, squandered a go*
deal or muiiev and neglected to look after his i
nomination; that he did not want to face his lai
lly and his friends after his debauch, and In tl
depression produced by the spree he decided to ta)
his life. '
the skull not penetrated.
It was found that Mr. culbertson must ha
he'.d the pistol, a five chambered revolver of
caliber, in such position as to cause the balls
glance. Two of them took effect In the rear pa
ol the head, as staled, passing under the seal
each of them slightly depressing the skulL b
neither fracturing 1U This afternoon Mr. Culbei
son was sent to Providence hospltaL
sir. cclbkrtjon's career.
Mr. Culbertson represents the ninth Kentucl
district, resides In Ashland, In that state, and w
born near Lewlstown, In the central part of Pen:
sylvanla, which state he left when he was t*
vears old. He spent three years in the Union arm
commencing In 1861, with the rank of captain; w
elected to t he house of representatives of the Ke
tucky legislature in 1870. for two year.-v. and to tl
senate ol that s' ite tor four years In 1873; was
delegate from hlsuistricttotherepub.ican nation
conventions In Cincinnati and Chicago in 1876 ai
I 1880; was inavor of the city of Ashland, and wi
elteted to the 48th Congress as a republican.
Tlje Dahlg-ren Chapel.
a beautiful structcrk erected at south kou
tain?the dedication ceremonils.
The Baltimore Sun says: A handsome chap*
erected by Mrs. Admiral Dahlgren, about two hui
dred yards from her beautiful summer home <
South Mountain, fiiteen miles west ot Frederic
Md., was dedicated to divine worship yesterday,
the presence of a congregation of between 150 ai
200 persons. Among the clergymen In attendant
most of whom participated In the celebration of
solemn high mass, were Archbishop Gibbons,
Baltimore; Rev. D. S. Lyman, of Govanstown; Re
N. W. Caughy, of Laurel; Rev. J. A. Fredericks ai
Rev. Hy. Vol?., of Hagerstown; Rev. Theo. Mea.
and Rev. Peter McCoy, of Baltimore, lnciudi
among the lay visitors were the Marchlouess <
Chaiiibrua, from Washington; Mrs. Julia Xuttai
daughter, of Memphis, cousins of Mrs. Dablgre
Hon. Frederick J. Nelson and wife, ot Frederic
Dr. Chas. W. Hoffman, law librarian of Con^res
and M. F. Morris, esq., of Washington. Mrs. Diti
gren, not h iving entirely recovered from lnjuri
recently sustained by being thrown from her ca
rlage, was unable to be present during the cer
monies. The chapel was dedicated to and Is to i
known as St. Joseph's. 1'. was erec;ed by Mi
Dahlgren to serve a twofold purpose?namely, as
house of worship and as a memorial to her hu
band, rnnvers Godd^rd. and to her son, Lieut. VIi
ten Goddard, U. S. A , whose bodies w;I? soon I
taken to the mountain and placed In two of the
crypts tullt underneath of the church, which a
to be used as the family bunai places in the futu;
TUe building Is contracted principady or nati<
stoce, closely resembling granite, with wtlcb It
dressea and capped Its style of architect tire
Gothic, with a neatly nnis'jed belfry, in which
hun* a large bell. The fioor Is composed of whl
indrlle tiling, and atcund the entire auditorium
constructed a wnlnscctlng about three feet big
a.so of white marble Three marble steps lead i
ti e altar, which 1- cf pure Italian marble, and
nu^Liticent piece?>t workmanship. It-> cost aloi
was 4?,C.*0, and tte enure cost cf the sti uciure thi
far has been flt.OOO Mrs. Pahlgren proposes short!
to add to the ornamen'-fitlon of ibe interior of tl
building by placing ilff-sue marbie s*. nues cf tl
Blessed Virgin and St. Joseph on either side cf tl
altar, at a cost of $1,000 ea.-b. The chaps has
seating capacity of about 150. It is beautiful!
located on ;t summit, oi the south Mountain. wblc
grajeiuily slopes on the west sid? down into Was!
lngton countv, and on the east side Into Frederic
county. Mrs. Dahlgren dispenses much In chani
to the Deelv poor ct the sutroundlngcountry, as
she Is held in hl^h esteem. Since her residence I
the mountain she has bee 'me the godmother of n
less than fifty children whose parents live la tt
vicinity of her homa.
Thb Nbw Comet.?From an orbit calculated t
Messrs. Cnandler and WeniaiL, at the Harvard co
Uge observatory, tt appears that the comet disco
ered by Mr. Barnard, at Nashville, Tenn.,
approaching tbe sun. It will pass its perihelion c
August 17, atabou 130,000,000 miles from tne su
Its dlst ance from tbe earth Is 57,000.000 miles. I
brightness Increases s'lghtly, but It will n<
become visible to the naked eye.
Rescued from Ltnchbr*.?A. J. Nellls came fro
York state to Erie county. Pa., to collect
royalty uom farmers In tue western parr of tt
county for using an alleged Infringement on a ha
fcrk. At Fair view a crowd of #00 farmers inobtK
and made an unsuccessful attempt to lynch hm
Magisterial influence rescued Neiila with the roj
around hu neck.
Telegrams to The Star. ^
^ tu
tm *i
THE VISIT TO GOV. HENDRICKS d!
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= A PRIZE FIGHT IN NEW YORK, v.
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7, ' u
TWENTY-ONE ROUNDS IN HALF kH HOUR L.
a m tl
he ; , *
z the french fleet cleared f03 actios- "
ed !
? THE CHOLERA-STRICKEN CITIES.
Js b<
^ NOTIFYING nit. IIL>DKI( kS.
^ The Democratic Committee at Karnioza
n_ ?A PrrliiutDRr)' luterview with Jlr. j,
or Hrndrick*. , it
Saratoga, N. Y., .July 30.?A portion of the com- '
mittee appointed by the recent iieiu>>cr-.itlc national
MMNM for the purpose ot notifying the(iraldehtlal
candidates or their nomination arrived 111 ,
tow n last night and the balance cam tills m.?rn1
In*. Mr. Hendricks Is at the ?;rMUI rnlon hotel.
The committee held a private consultation at 11. >0 u
I o'clock and appointed a committee. coti>i>tt:iv' or
ie I Messrs. Vilas, or Wisconsin- Waller, of conuecie-ut;
ae Hooker, of Mississippi, and Stockton. or V vv Jer- n
aey, to confer with Mr. Hendrlwks and ascertain i?
10 which would be the most feasible hour to make
ot the formal notlflcat'on. 1
' 1 The committee ret urned and stated t hat Mr. H-mi- I
?d 1 drlcks would be ready at two o'clock, and that the tl
r- | ceremonies would take place in the large panor or n
*T | the hotel at that hour.
k'e ' Mr. Waller, of Connecticut, Introduced a resoluJs
lutloa extending thanks to Uon. W. F Vila-, < h ilr- '
mar, and Nicholas M. Bell, secretary of the com- o1
mittee, for the dignified and intelligent manner in h
which Uiey bad performed their rcspt ctlve duties, s
A DESPERATE I'UIZE R IGHT. j >
ne The Standard New York Aimi*?*mci?t?
er I>t'mptMjr and Fulljaiues Found :?< li
id Other This JIornlnir-Di'Ui[?e)' Wins v.
in in Twcntfmne tiouud*.
He L
rs New York. July 30 ?The Dempsey and Fulljames
d, light, for $2,000, came off this morning. Ned Vaila0
ban was referee. Dempsey was seconded b> Arid
thur Chambers and Prof. Watson. Fulljames was t]
seconded by John Flood and Barney Aaron. The 1 s
umpires were Jim shannon and a well-known ,,
sporting man. The fight was a desper ?te one, and , 1;
ie Dempsey gamed first blood, first knock-down, and
n. won In twenty-one rounds, lastlnp 35 minutes. T i e L
c- nog was erected at daylight. At 5:15 a. tn. FullJames
entered the ting and occupied a position In
tae southeast corner. A lew minutes later Denip- !
sey. accompanied by bis backer, entered the enclosure.
Dempsey took lils position In the north- 1 .
,n west corner. Frank Stevenson offered to bet fSOO ,
ce on Dempsey. Mart Malone pulled out a wad or
' $2,000, covered tbe money and placed It with Ned .
, Mallahan. The toas tor corners was won by Bar- 1
ie ney Aaron for Fulljamts, Arthur Chambers tossing
>r tor Dempsey.
Fulljames was then stripped. He wore white 1
short hose and plate shoes. He had no colors, ilo ;
was In splendid condition, weighing l<!8 pounds,
at Dempsey was dre?sed tn blue drawers, white tl
>r, stockings, light calf llKhtlne shoes, lie weighed 1
140 pounds, aid looked heavy. ?
Hen. J. Rice was the ume-keeper. Time was p
, calied at 5:25 a. 111. h
e FIRST BLOOD FOR DEMPSEY. P
Round 1.?Both pugilists were c utlous and
wary, Dempsey ou the detenslve. There w.is on'y
^ a slight exchange, Dempsey landing on Full- p
y James' forehead, the latt r countering on D-iup|
sev'sface. They closed, and Dempsey threw Full??
I James, falling heavily on him. Fulljam s bled r|
ia 1 from the left cheek and first blood wa.> ollow-xl for ;
F" Dempsey. ,,
Round i?Both pugilists forced the flchtlntr.
There was no advantage gained by either until b
r- Dempsey clinched Fulljames and threw him
a. heavily.
. Round S.?Dempsey showed Fulljames a red
ia light. He landed left and rl^ht heavllv on Full- 7.
to jaraes'face, but received terrific blow^, trun Full- *
ig 1 lames, who made a gallant effort to win. Both
ut I broke ground when Dempsey knocked FuliJames *
us ; down by a left hander on t he body.
i FIK3T KNOCK DOWW
was claimed for Dempsey and allowed. Demnsev
P- had now gained first biood and first knock down,
Q- and he looked like a winner. I r,
ly Round 4.?Shannon offered to bet #100 to ff*o on
to Dempsey, with no takers, in thl? round Fulljames ,,
?r- tougnt with great detennlnai Ion. I iut he could not
3d land on Dempsey, who had the advantage 111 v1
I't height and weight. , ,
1 I In the next 10 rounds the fi*htln< was all In
to Dempsey'a favor, and It was plain lie would win.
Shannon claimed several louls Tor Dempsey, but 1
Mallahan said he was there to decide th?- fight on \
at thv merits of the men and he was going to do so.
j-1 Fulljames foucht a game and upiuii haitle, but it
; wa6 no use, tor he was ovemi it< he,L Alter the e:
ae ; 15th round It was 1100 to fV) ou I? inpsey.
In the 2lst round Barney Aaron, wLo saw It was
lie no use,
at I THREW CP THE SPONOE.
Is and Mallahan declared Dempsey the winner. Full- tl
id * James protested, >aylng: "I am not heat- I can
;e- ti>fht an hour yet." But Mark M lon^, his backer,
n- and Jno. Flood Insisted on his r? 'lring s
He Afttr the fight, which lasted tlurty-flvp minutes, i D
te Dempsey waiked over to Fuiljatues and ban led
bin 1 *50. Fulljames said: " j h it Is no more tuan I ,
would do for you. Jack." both pugilists were j '
badiy punished. Fulljames' lett eye 1- swollen and
e blackened; his face swollen and ills t?o.ly bruised. | 1,
S3 He look his medicine like a Spartan, snd displayed ::
to a great courage nom the start lo the finish. Demp- ',
rt 8>-y was not marked about the face. After the bat- 1 ,
n tie Mart Malone, Fulljam- s' backer, offered to |
A; match a pugilist that did not weigh one hundrt d ,
.. and forty pounds against Dempsey tor fcJ.VW. Shan- J
non said he would notify Malone in a .la> or two "f ,
his acceptance of this offer. The men fought with j J.
gloves?kid gloves.
^ ! 1,
as Murdered b)~ a Madman. w
n- AN Ot-D MAS BATTERED TO DEATH W1TU A FENCTt. tl
io RtADixG, Pa.. July 30.?Dutlng last ni^ht Juhn m
Flowers, ageu 45. an Insane mau and an Inmate ut n
the county hospital, killed Tlioma--. Louth, lila iij
^ room-mate, by battering in his head with a bench 11
, " while Louth was asleep. Louth was round ccad in <<
? bed this morning. lie was 6.# years old and came r^
, here from England. As Flowe-3 |S a lunatic be will
"{ not be tried lor murder, t ut will be e< mined in th
rz Iron-clad cell. The coroner's Jury to-day censured
th-* state board of charities for withhold.n:: the tl
power from the poor-house ofiic'.als to t .ke :n- u<e ! ^
persons out of the hospital and piac:- th. m In the
Insane department ^
The President Heads Kin l.ettrin.
New York, July 30.?President Arthur remained ]'
u- In the Fifth avenue hotel thi= morning, occupied (1,
30 with his malL x,
k * u
' A Prominent Railroad President III. s.
1 Morristown-, N. J., July 80.?Thomas Dlclcsun, '?
ia president of tlie Delaware and Hudson Canal com;e,
pany, is lying at the point or death at his residence ! :
a in this city. His complaint Is Bright's disease. st
Death from (.ockjaw. o
x' Alexandria, Va., July 80.?Miss Kate Burroujrbs, s
daughter of Assistant Postmaster Thomas linr- o.
le roughs, of this city, who w.?s t^riiblv burned ien I'
id days ago by her clothing taking nre w lille ut.dre-? lc
Je lnsc, died this morning oil lockjaw ?the result her v'
id Injuries. <"
11; * v.
k; General Foreign \ew? by Cable.
'?? A DCEL KXPKCTEO
Pari?. July 80 ?A duel Is on the r.jpis between M n
Clemenceau, the well-kn^v. n reoutiican member t,
0. of the chamber of deputies, and Deputy Atvne. ai
3e The trouble arose from a political dispute. n.
S. SOIPPINO TRADE DCLLAR5 TO t HIVA. Ol
a New York. July 30. Will stree-. Soon.?There 11
s. has been an improved feellnc to share speculation, P<
r.. and a general rally In prices lias laKen place. Zimce
merman & Torshay will sU'p to-un rrow 50,000 tradeIs
do.Iars by the City of Montreal tor China, on Sat:e
urday tbey will ship 100,00<> Mexican dollars.
e. A VICTORT FOB GORDON. w
^ Cairo, July 80 -The inurd'.r of Dorgcla telv
J; graphs that reports uave leached tr. ?t city to the Sf
j? efiect that Gen Garden has cap'urei Berber. The d<
murdir s^y* be has sent an cilcial u Debbah to b'
ascertain the uuth of the report. t>i
q a hospital bcrved. . T'
to Ron*. JtJly 30.?A fire has occurred In the hes- '."J
a pltal or San Glacomo. Two unc-ccupled wards, ,
ie which bid been prepared lor cholera patients,
is were destroyed. ; ,
If TH* POWKRS PISAGKEK WITH Tt'PKPT. w"
se Cokstawtikopcs, July 80.?The various powers cr
ie represented at the porte have deolln d in an iden- x
ie tical note to agree to the abouttou to the foreign ^
& post office.
ly nr
" The Cattle Disease In Nebraska. id*
J Lincoln, Nkb., July 30.? Information that the in
_ cattle disease, said to be Texas fever. Is prevalent ut
at Maxwell, Xeb., was received bere yesterdar. da
Gov. Dawes Immediately dispatched a commission 00
" to * Investigate. Commissioner Lorlag has also or- dl
" dcred Dr. Tiumbover, of Illinois, to Maxwell on
m <-j
Wall Street To-day. J*a
it Nkw York, July 80.?Wall Strkkt, 11 a m.?
il. The stock market tnls morning has been irregular,
v. but in the main lower. At the opening a majonu
1? ot the stocks were higher, and some of the active ,'
m shares were a fraction lower. At J0.-15 a. tn. a .'
a. stronger tone set In, but near 11 a. m. weakness
t8 prevailed. The decline in prices extended t.om y ,,
X to per cent. Michigan Central was exeepuou- jr,
ally heavy and broke 1 rum TO to ?< >* alj
D A Wei I-Known New Yorker Dead.
Kbw York, July 80.?Royal Phelps died at half- uo
ie past ted o'clock this morning at bis residence Ir fai
if this city. Mr. Phelps had been ailing since last ? l
>d June with an affection of th? bladder, and it was m
a. supposed for the last two or three days that be
ie would not sorvlre very long. Be was seventy-five <
yearsaaL (M
4
u l'-l!-'-.. _ x- .- '-.L .1- 11
C.ov. ( Irrrland'f ( allm.
t BUttl Uanim with HI rrsHRID ODD FWLUtl
At a ant, S. Y., July so ? Uot < lerrland wuil
s oflice h 11 da? to-day engaged Id public bustoei**.
\ hundred vuo-iuk. vi-ld FWiows fiurn Boston and
wldence asked ,?4?>n to visit Ut? cx^ntlve
iamber, wntcb was t.r..L'ed. and r u:h dm wu
vsenusl to tae g< rerm.r and shook hands with
ro. Air one 'o-d.u s niktt ww !<f Mtar A. K
>rmau, of Wan .ana; Ju ;ke c'urus of i ihronya,
;-i*.tv. I ruj.-rw >d. of kiMikt); i.t-o. Nc rtbmp,
\v asbingtan county; Vjtiiwft c. w ii>ker.
New \ork; t\iur'..:it II. MulUi, ot Mrglnla; E.
. I'H'vf, oi Scfcentv... i>, uiid i. K. Lsvrew, ot
jsum. .
The Trin* trier at Clilrafo,
Chicago, July sj ? At the In ton moc* yard* there
?\o bf'ti no rurther d> V. -iopiiicnia rrtardiag Lb*
xas fever. Tin' '\i?edcetU>* iuTt t?-en s.MUgbrt
'l tnd condemned at,vl *b'-rp ha* <- i> no treah
niv*Those u;?.iCe? ?\1 in the ,01 have beft
'id to ;o'.u butchers su jeei t'> ri^td ii.-jws-uou.
00 h?T faitic In i lie \ ir.N have t^vti afleeied in
ie least. >, k fUUr.tt tx a!M*'U^d. do not com1
utuo.1le the ?1 kt.owu nslt'i.ti lever. That
i.ilaJy ('iiiii's from "tarough Texas" cattle, which
> ne\ or i.r.- cted themselves. As the disitaa* was
ou^ht here b> Unproved cattle, and not by aUtcL
reot tr m "exas no turtl.er trouble, ao far aa
uer caitle are count ret a. is ?i>preb ended.
OomiIi of it W akliltiniiitiiM,
Oamkkv, Mk., July SO.- Paul Stevens aged IT
Mrs oi W;i~iiitic-i.:i, u. t\, died mis morning OC
mug of itif or un. lie H-rvcd .u? librarian at
io Houm> of hi t>ivs*ni?u? cs uuder l'i. clients
'ucoin and tir.kat, aiij alkce then he had boon
.iliii tr* Tit at \\ ..-tlngt u. Ilo ?b a native of
ie 'djolntng tu\< *i of 1 .h.-olasviile. and leave* a
Mow ,ii i two us, ?>it<* d Uh'lu a physician at
Tlie Kprcud ??l tli?> ( tiolera.
rrBRirriTioN of 111k kk ?*i.i attacking th* a^
1>v|?1s(| LhR'TUKS.
MiKSFti i.ct, Jui> -41. ;>.tie af melons baa
ten i>roluhlt?sl iu tli.^ ,-i*v# I li** cholera lh ftilu*
in nrea wbal It 1- io^lr c !n li.tenMiy. The dl?li.i?
made it? ap|H':trau>*<* lu t>e\eral vlUayea
tiii'h i.ft.l I'tevi 'u-.\ Iffii o\<-iupt. cniug u> pap
tt pr<*ju.i,io, U is jmMtiveiv dtiiffrouti for the
Dotors *< ?jik alone in the >ui i-1? a! ni^ht. One
iv.iinels r* porte?l of -i ti?i *bo, while visiting
vvoutitii aU ' bad been hrei/cd wab theoh"lera.
:i> tult'Ml bj hot .-oii, trho dTxv a revolver and
n<i>olUd li.tu to ionvtlie house, beveiai oUtar
ocloi - hav?- als?> U--n a-?auit<Hl.
Tllli N(M1N BI M^TIS KKwM M ARSttI LKS.
N > >n. -?.'iio i.o.iiii o,u) trotn ohulfia iiaaoccaiTM
ere ai3?.v 8 o'fiook 'his marninir.
a ci<i ii.alv.
Rome, .T'tly SO.? V t.i^e oi cholera lias occurred
ear Lucca.
k i.isv ornre i>i*K4<c iv va?;?kii.i ks *vd toclo*.
I'ikis..Iu1\ :><i. I'liftv w?tc l?'flw 'toathf frurn
t?o!>-!H it > r??-n i?? 14<t niclit utid ten at Toulon.
lie torce of the i'pi<1<'tulc in Oi"ae two cities coni!Uo-?
to decline. 1 lit - tuindnVi fiuritives Lava
turned to their homes w tthln the lust two daya
A It rood.
T'ortnrvcF, K. I.. .Ttii> :w ?Tin steam yacht Tbls,
r the h.iMt :n ^ .n lit < ,ui). wbtcb ran on a rock at
ou aud i idiKcu roe; >eaierda?, biok'- her shaft.
1?'' proee*vi< d u.i.e-r sail .tiid w.is pl< k' d up by the
?ii-.iiin'rt. i tvi- \\. Lmnpho'v .iiiti towad Vo
it Wpolt. 'i he lu.,-- w.i w.cs also tuwed 1U.
for ('iingrm.
OotTKBrs, ??.. .tulv sn.-josph U. outhwalte
as on ihe el- vent h t al.nt tu>mli<atej by the demL-ratlo
oonveuitou for congress lo succeed tieuiyi
. C unverse.
Two bailors IviilrJ by I.IKhtuiny*
I> wis. I?ki_, .lu.v .io.?Mcbolas Fort una. a nal\c
or ? niiT\ \\ f\;oid. Itviaii'l, w.tmme o( um
iliors lepurti .1 ki.;--d i \ liifhininj; last niglit. He
elOTlK'-'l to the tup tV\ Ivili. I he h.illtir killed by
krlltLtllitc at tb< suiue tla.r*. ut.d w ho b' loiiyed vo
lie selitHjuer Aiie'lla ti. lie,and, >vas a oenuaii, but
is name l& uiib.ii-u n.
^t??r?' ^Imi Dawn.
Lewiston, Me., July so.?Mills number one and
ivo of tlie I,--wiiton corporal *ou are to be shut
own until NopfMuiicr I** "ti :iceouut of over prouctlon.
rheyempi"> hih) luindK.
iiiDDEFOKis Mt .Jii'o 30.?l lie V rk manufacture
igcompany at sa- >. *i-.. will shut down tbelr
jtton muli to-tuurr<nv i,? -lit ior a week or more.
('loured lor teflon.
THE FUEM It H.KICT r.r.ADV FOR A FIGHT.
I.nNi>os, July :>o. a ?l ptt.n from Foofhowto
io Ti iit .< -tates tliHt gr' a, tension and excitement
r*-vallsin that city anions l?'th foreigners and
htie'-e. 'llie I-rein h Uieii-<?r-w ar l>1nj{ off tba
on are under aleam and cleand Jor action. A
Ik'Ii authority in Foo t how .however, declares that
race v%lil eertalril> be malntalnixL
AN KXltNsION OF TIMK K1 FrSED.
Pakis. July :-fci.?Prune Minister terry gave audinee
to 1,1 I oiii.- P. o, the fiuneso minister, who reue->te<i
an extenslon<-f :nuet.>r ?. h!na to r?*ply to
r trice's tlema'tds bevt^t-i the preseut limit of Au- ?
List 1. M. Ferry' tviu^ed to accede to tills request. ?
. I'atenoire, the Frein h iniii'^u-r to < blna, and
io \ ;cep y of Nankin are still continuing their ne.'UalloU:>
at Sbaugbal
I'ailum To*daf.
ArnrsTA, Kv., July 3>?w. j. Hankln & Son,
hole sale prooers have assigned. Lla bill ties,
!<i.'MiO; ass.-is unknown.
Whkeli.no, w. \ a., July so.?Morton ti wells,
rocera. toave asdirned. Assets ttf3.uui; liabilities
ot stated, but luuch larger than the aatteta.
( nbun ^a;ar.
A PEI IEF OtOM Tt:E fcXPoRT TAX.
Maprth, July 3*1.?The deen-t con??ernlng Cuban
spoit taxes, ?*/ tted ? ,t>-rday, takes off ?0 per
of the pro- nt x m tux on all classes of guar.
It further p -n.nts the reduced tax to be paid
no-half in t ubal, bank not<*s. Moreover, with a
lew of breaking 'li-- piev lllntf deadlock In sugar
cp .n,iti?.ii, the deer. - dt;.s.ts that even the r^
need tax lie -1 U 't !> |>a! 1 at the tltneof shipment
s now required, provi.i *: tut -aUsiactory gunran.ra
of payment sli ul b< ^lven.
-m ?
The i roact-n Otnn.
r^TlACTS FROM sKKtlEANT KICK'S PI ART?TBI
Ut.OKlorS UK A I'TV OF 1HE Si KVKKY?""HK SOLEMN
SIl.tNCL OF IHk ABCT1C?STARS slilMNO AT MOONDAV.
*1 he New York //. mM ptihiishes extracts from
le diary of Sergeant iie .rgeB.Klce, w ho was a
lenaber of the ?,re .y party and perished at Cape
ablne. Sergeant I.tee, d- criblng his visit with
r. Pavy to Cupe I Lii -n to obtain the outlook
forded there, says: "From this point we were
at' >1 to a lx autltui sl.ut. Tbe sun was In th*
irth'-ast part if tlie le-aviis jsmritig a flood of
iTht tli.wn the sir uts and. irom its h-w altitude
irowuig de<-p |<ei.:br n?lt shades from one side at
e htipitii 'L- and l>- r<s, while the oi her glistened
nd sp.irki' d in tut- ro-.v light liko? diamonds. Th?
loittiiu iisof the <Valid e??ast showed up with
uirv- 11.us distliic. ii'-ss. being in stime plac sdls rted
lo n'tract.'in lmo remarkable promineuce.
. itti tli-?? xee|Hi.,'i ? f a narrow lane ot water that
y like t b.ack til l> Ii , t t-ur leet and extended to
jf i Ttiiv. aid along ont all- re until hidden by the
iterxt ! i.v Intnl. tIn-r?- was nothmg to tf seen but
i'h" 1' t w as leTe, the lee was there, the Ice
as all around.' We were leaving the borders ot
ie'irozt n oe in.' The tJj?,-n pr.iar sen' of entbuastlc
na^ jat'rs. w vu (am to admit, was a
lyth. Even our narrow Hne <tf water was closed
pagain neezt mortilii;*. My cmpanlon, with his
it? i.se arelle eLthusi.isn^ Was 1*1 ra|ttur?ni, and
'ultl not suiiiclentl^ least his eyes with the panoiliia."
FII.FNCE A VP PFSOI ATfOV.
During Oetfljer, lss^, considerable snow Pell,
lO'i^'h this dhl not p*-.-v< nt small parut-a from
ing on ilie hunt almost ail ti e tlmetoCape Balrd
ad the Bellows for n.u?!: ox meat Mount Orltus
as also .sf-nded. th- igh this w n<? atteiid"d with
iii' h <1;1T.. 'il'v. as It . > : ve the snow valleys
rid < !lTTs 2 -oi' fe.-t. .! re was'" writes Sergeant
i e, -on e? awfui m tie- impressive scene ')f
-solati.'n spD I ai und. No sign ??r animal or
S'etabiellt btre. *! soiate and chaotic;'a world
ulliilshed by tin- | :,d <?r Its cr?-a'nr, and sueb
lenct! lam un*: I i.. i 1.11:1, rv tjuiet would have
xn an uproar cun.pai. -ti l?i that whieh sitrroundoil
Eu-.*t- ,e Aiam - .lid ba\e been transported
k the | oet to su.'h a p..e e to give full play to bis
udy or a gUlit\ COliseiem e. ' All this while the
in had be?u irradn.iliy curtailing its light, and on
ctober 14 it Clsappeared lor lati days, and In deTltiDgtil'.-clian^etb
:i^r> n ids: "W*' all rushed
it at n n. .u.d..~t euougn. "oldSol'only showed
nt cf i.!- ^.sk ' i a few moments sprinkling tbe
eandsr.ow wrh stiver and crysta,s, and then
ink latf.y f ick !u a t"eautirul glow of warm, rosjr.
ilors. It was cr.e t.r the lew glorious pictures
cehsaf. 1 tic aie'.t - joi.n.er, but one which carcdwul.
It too I; ,i.v shadows a.' we thought of
ic nlftht of moi,tl^ when ever the recreant sun
avp? and Is aw ay w th cur absent friends at
u.e 'Ihen succe. t -i a sort, misty, pearly
vtlight, G>-rg;tii; a feu hours later into darkness.
r.d each d?y tht t w t igi t tl-i i> ;ised until, a week
ter, Jurlter, ?.r> turns. < iii?-l!a and Alpha GemlBtimtainKad
diin.y at- n.hiday. lu a few daj^s
lev were joined by Mars, 1 uiails,vega, Castor and
ullux and tue Cygnl."
CEVTCRT ICE.
A port ion off te diary is devoted to the trip made
F ^-'igt-j.-.r Hlce, Dr. Pavy ?nd tbe Esquimaux
hen tbey rcai.:.ed Flo ??<-rg Beach, the headquar rs
cf t!;e Al^ri in 1S75-76. On this expedition
r^ehr.r HI e met with I'-e fornntions which, nn>r
the arp^Ua'ton of "ceMttry loe," was described
r C aptain N^r?-., and hliollicers. "It is lmpoHSle,
' Kiys sergeant Bxe, "to convey a true Im esslon
of the character of th<- Ice to the north of
rhmeil Land, for we have noihlng to which It can
compared. The general thickness of the noes
is from title to seven' v-flve feet, aa we could ese
iiere nn tH-cafional t.buiment of the uniform
1 kne*s was Joined by new or season ice on
hieh w>- si. d. and wind the level of the paleoy*t
ic fice two re -t above our heada I hlswithout
king In'o colsid-ration Uic elevation of the new
[ , and ecns'.der'nk only seven-eighths to be suberged.
wou.cl imlicate a frozen sea of loeoT over
t? i??-[ in tmcknets. Yet the above conveys ns
ea of the natuie of tbe surface of the VMM
azen sr-a.' At some seasons this immense ice field,
ider the Influence of the sun of endlet* summer
i>sand the acnon of the tide.- andcurreuta,ha8 b?
me disrupted, and tbe Immense masses of the
slniegraied pack were Lurled and Jostled against
le another L-y the mighty force of storms and
ire tits. The co.itslon ol these gigantic bodies
is resulted in bre king tbe edges of each, and In
rclng the Immense fragments upon the surtaae
i Ul the edge of each and every floe, great and
tall. Is rni.gea with an irngu.nr chaotic rampart
ice bristling with p< ramid.N heajied in rounded
a-ses and plied In confusieu. Around UtH
icieus of ice tbe eddying snow has lodged, nn#
lernately pressed and melted by winters storm
d summer's heat, aoas lis layer after layer at
coating until the original crystal block beosSMB
most a mountain. 1 tie winter alter the breskliMr
> or the p?ck again letters it together with lef
nd& A pnleocrysilc hoe of uny extent furnlsbss
od traveling, roiling and undulating Uke prairie
ud. such floes we had met in Kobeaon cbanneL
tere they had drifted comparatively mtaot, bsl
>m our outlook oothtng similar could be sssn."
:*en. Logan will deliver an address at UM EMlSS
< Ul} exposition in beptemboc.

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