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VOL 64-N?. 9.779. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY. AUGUST 28. 1884. TWO CENTS.
THE EVENING STAR.
prBLISHFD DAILY. Exwpt Sunday,
at the STAR buildings,
Ucrtfcwest Corner Fennsy'vatiia Av?. and 11th St.. Vr
The EYenin* Star Sew?v*P<'r Corapanj,
GEO. W. APAM3. Prest
rwr TTTTT<rn Stj?* 1? s?~-red to m* scrlber* tn ths
r?t^ b" carrier", on their cwn account at 10 rent* v*r
we?% or 44 rent* i-er month. Co; i-s at the counter. i
rerbesch B> ranl-p -ta?re prepaid?GOcents a month.
41 year. $6 us month*. $3.
(Entered at th<- Post o?Hce at Washington, D. C?*s
sect nd-ciass maTi matter!
iff himlt s<ta?-pnbl'sbed FViday?81 a year. ?
pota^e prei-aid. t?i bwdAm SAcnta
t&~ A1'mail subscriptions must be paid tn sdvancs;
1 > paj er at*lit kmm than is paid for.
Batt-o: advert'.aine-trade known on arrUcsttrm.
M Alt TIN GII.LET A CO.'S (BALTIMORE),
HE SO ADVERTISEMENT
For the week ending August M.
It He-No Tea an]A only in those pound, half and
quarter pound packages* ^
for , ,
Several reasons Firs'. It is the only way !n which
Wf can id. n?i:y the Tea to the consumer; second,
the m-ul lined pa. kaires preserve the strength and
oriftfU^L. flavor of the Tea.
Do you claim for He-No Tea?
It in sn absolutely pure Tea, of fine quality, at a moderate
It better than other Teas*
A d Heat* qn---t'. n for ub to answer. but we will be j
frai-i and -ay that there are j l-nty of good teas bo- _
aides He- So, It y> u can o. aflord to pay more than
i'Cfi.ts [ : p. -in-i w~ ku v . f i nt> Ivt'er for the J
ince tt an Mr. BuroLel.V s: r.Li: leu-; but.as a rule
*c:r tr- iiUc :s t ^i.'.w nd i t cruize the fin. Teas, j
a:. J to al ? ays I * sun |M are fiatr th<~- same Tea.
We who bav>- made 'lea the study of cur ^ ves do
ti.at : r y _>u and He-No Is the lea we recommend
and drini ourselves. A
Te . for sale by srrocers in the oritrinsl metal lined
I';.c ^ lb , lb. and i lb. sizes? Ihe trade supplied
MARTIN Gil I ET tt CO..
New Publications 2
AT REDUCED PRICES 2
P At 11*9.
416 Ttb biauT So?TH*m
Pfccrbe. by the antb'r ff Utitledfre: A Roman
Anger. by T. Crawford. Quicks inds, j
t'ans'atel by 5!r?. A L. winter. An Averatre Man. by
Rw'oert Grant. Ti: k leg- Cjnwa by Idgar Faweett;
51ri. Line ujV U -t?i. C i? took. 1 lie 1 rincees >apraxic.
by ' !a. Ihe l"9urj?-r, by Judlt:i (?autier. ~
A st\ s-s f all t. - standard authors.includm* Darwin,
(-beer. Gck the. Irviii*. and others. Harper and Ontmrj
f i St-i teuiber.-A)c Onethoi -a d WoJ-aper novels
f? r summer resdi w. only ivi*. each. The finest ll"'e of
iKati. ?iery in 'h< ty . t ihe lowest prices. ?Jorrespond
i.-lis ai d eliV-ii j-e- tt.ly 15c. per box. tngraved
1 late aL.d hity car ? t niy Mc. . ??^1 p
Vift LOUK J.
I Trf atise oi Electric Lighting: Gordon. i
I ; i.arv of Vi:aclM. Brewer. f
< ct : - : PSJVU k? Si.itey. ?
AiuiMon Wcbs. Fiaml 1
1 ..t-'u: l> n. h. nd R.-bm Series ]
hacker- siiarecf the K. ad_ HainlltoO. y
le nyson. j.
1' ? Itiual sof 'lif' vti. Johnson.
y.tii.. re !_nJ ? orres?.oadenc? of kliaa P. Gmrney. ?
Lai tkmaA 1 he Kill's Slen.
A Country Lector. Jeweit. A beautitul line of fine
atatici.ery always on Itai.d. and at the lowest prices, at \NM
H. MOKFvibOS'a. -i
aull 475 Peunay 1 vamaavenaa. J
i* LAL. i v Win. A. Hammon-I.
SUi'KlLs 6v \M?! It AS AUTHORS. Vol. 3.
-UIN?jC>.? . i oth-.- sk.teh. s in BiaL-k and White. By _
< handler Harris
THE 1 AIN ALl.^ OF TIPTOS. By Virginia W. John- ]
A TRIP TO ALASKA. BvGeotve Wardman.
oLIK : E"s? "'H' LK> WITH 1 HE BlBt.E." VoL ?. 1
BREWEi.'S I?IC I lOSAr;? oF .lltiACLE?}. J
A iarve selecti u uf lio ks fo- summer reading at half
pn.ee. [auli Wll. BA. LANTYSE A SOS._ j
JVMMHc FROil THE JuLRNAX, OF HESRY D.
?? 1 horeau.
Gneun. Aunt Serena. One Summer, by Blanche Willis
H< ward. si
A Jt lly Summ r. Mothers in Council. a'
btiiid. rd, Lo%ell'!> and Seaside Libraries. sj
C. mmercial and line Stationery
JyW C l. 1 Li.-stXL. 418 9th st. n.w. ~
T AiESt Ft lflTrvnO -1 HU-.BE. liV AUTHOR 1
li of tascdac: Prone Worlts "f wm. CulletJ j
Bryant, t y 1 a. ke Godw -.u: Sunrnier. 1 >v Tnoreau. edited
ty h.g.o. Blake. 'l he Uiant's Robe, by f. Austey. author
c: Vice Versa. Tonuny li ii.ore. by r. 1>. Biackmore;
/ i.^n.al Sintrer. by f. ifarioi: Crawford; Quk-ksanda.
trait* attdfron: th. ciem.an by Mr- A L. W inter;George
1 bet's Essays; Vr* J.hn Sherwood. Manners and Sora!
1 nm K! is H l ol.*-rts. Government Revenue; At
l it.r in Italy by Mrs. E I) k Biunc:an'd Acaxris' Hand
l uk of Authors; 1> f.n-iiie 1 etween Physical and
>li n.1 law. by Um. A: thur. Vacation Croismg. by J. T. j
I,ithtoek. lzactu-al E>-saj<. by Alexander Bain;Me,nt l
I voit.ti.n in Ai.in.ala. by G 3 Koiiiaije?. G. A. WHlTA
Kl 1.. Bcokselier ai.u Stationer. 11U5 Peiuusyivam*
avt-nu lit.rtl.?e>t. leiei hone call. 4^i-3. Jel4
Mr^ SeLMA Kl-PPERT. e
llty'lH STREET. Opposite Patent Office.
RecelTed a complete and new line of ?
USES GOOD > for embroidery purposes, aa a
TABLE SCARFS and SASHEa "
BUREAC and SIDEBOA'iD COVERS, 1
TR\Y COVER . CHAIR TIDIES.
DOYLIES and SPLASHERS, compriaing the finest and
aid STAMPISG PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
I*oR Ihe Next Two EEKS !
M . WILLIAN.
In order to make r cm lor early Fail importations, will
at.l balanc- of V.Lite -u.ts be.ow cost price, silk Man- 1
t:!la? at half p it*, (loth Jackets, Ratrlans. Sew Markets
and Traveling W rai~?, ah lailor made and very desirable,
at price* to close, i rimmed and Vntrinimed
Hatx and lk DUets a half j rice. > inest vooda in every
department at try atly reduced pric. s. Three best styles
of Trench Corset* at 10 j-er i-ent discount.
'. t lie 1 revise, l uns. auli, mT Pennsylvania ave.
DO r G L A S S T
SIS I H STREET. ST. CLOUD BUILDING.
I NDFRWEAK, t
* FOR LAM' S. MISSES ASD CHILDREN.
Ladle*' C.ALZE US 1>ERVESTS at t
lioc.. 35-.. 50c., 75c.. Ac. '
II savs GAUZE USDERYESTs at 1
25c.. Hoc.. 50c. and <5c. np.
These rrods are J IF;<Ts. but the prices are thoss
Bsuaby a?ked tor SH <? L?S
Al nnbmited as-or ment of all the new and choice *
St J les for Ladies. Vistjtw a-u' Children
COTI' N UNDERWEAR. S
^'p advertise th s department verv little, for the reason
that the Quality of ih irarment* their tu'.l sire perfection
ot cuke and ht do it n.oat effect uail> for us.
At Asd Below Actual Uost.
HUMMED and US TRIMMED HATS and BOSSET3 ]
KID GLOVES. MITTS.
FANS and FLOWERS
MRS. M. J. HUNT, i
So. 130!) F bTU*i Xomsuf.
FOR CASH QSLY. ly? '
^JISs ANNIE K. HUMPHERT.
4~< TFNTH STPF.FT NOR I BWFST. J
Vskes CC'RPl TS t<.or?!er in every style andmaurtaL
ai-t ruarai.iets i? r!e?-t tt and canirrt.
HI R SPE? IALTIE8 ARt- <
Irrrch Hand n.aaie t i;..iercl< thmg. Marino rnderwesi 1
sr<: fines! Imi-orted Hoaiery. 1
I ?tt: older bran* and ail Dress Reform Goods, }
Jrenrh < or>eta and Buwtles. (
?. L..dr? :'s *>!> :?. ai.ua il < orset <Miss H s own
Btor ti?? pnes is uiisuri'aned. ,
> Is ?iiencn, German and bpauisii s^ken. marli |
JR'fHny CORCORAS RUILDISG. !
lll;vi ? L.\- H1!K l)tU ^EK.KBOM P.V4U
Three l atent- a-: 1 hvt knitu tlvui ExpuSUUUS :
la: .a l.yci.? and \ lenna, I '
klai-.i.acturer ai. S importe-o' I
HI MAN HAIK AND FINE HATR WORK.
IiCi? > tire Hair Cucuu?r mnJ liair
li?ir dyed fcUti in ciui >
V if* l*j uru*-r J
<5* fts HUE' NTH 8TIUlET NOKTUWE3T. ,
AkTC N I* 1SJ?F . I
Chemsa. Dry clear,-pi E?tabl'.shment,
No. :<0?'- C. ?tree? northwest
. THIM. mau- timiucr
__iao'e< a:.u <.ei -.ei: ,-ir- Garmenis. alao. Velv*t an!
C"lc?ks. Cnif Viilsj. 'ilove*. etc ir? o%e.
isitly elt sned b* ttoi? Superturptutsasi w
LADlEv EtENINo Hil s.-Es A SPECIALTY 3
GenUtOiri. s ticiU* * Waned by tloit | rocetw will not
,'tse the r i>ru:wi !-:.ai*. and *iea<e- s|s.\? guaranteed i
tt be reiuuvwl t Ctciua-o Eiice *l.u> ami ?1 75 par
auit Xl ,
giar is the worldt ^
W W W H HI! KSJ>, K K Y Y
WW WW HHH II aSSo KK YY
WW WW H H II s ? K K Y .
W W U H II ??Sa K K Y V i
Asia j Oh R uiiOCER. ]
11. & H. W. CATUERWUOD,
A Line of V
' ASH. CHERRY AND WALNUT
a saiilx asx> WOOD tore
Which we aie cfitrisg at Great Eaifcaina
HOE K E,
801 Market Space and 908 and 310 8th stresl.
Carpets cleaned, called for and daUvared. m>~23
pORD S. THE FROLICTOF BOYHOOD?
THK PARI OB THEATER
OF I HE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
Cool in the hottest weather.
52 'windows openin* on broad avenues.
Elegant beyond any past experience in W ashington.
TO-NIGHT, AT 8 O'CLOCK.
"THE BRIGHT BoY OF A FAMILY,"
"THE CHARMING GIRL OF A HOME."
Crowded with contagious fun and provocative with its
delicious nonsvnae of continuous laughter.
The Irish Comedian.
Mr. DANIEL SULLY.
AND A BRILLIANT C >MKDY COMPANY.
In the comedy of the
Next attraction, Mr. LFSTER l-RANKLIN. the Brillant
Hebrt-w Comedian, will produce bis entirely new
raiua, entitled New Yo k. au27
1 ^HEATER COMIQUE
An Enjoyable Entertainment.
Beautiful Femininity! Superb Olio!
Funny Acts by Funny People!
Will send you home happy!
ilatme<?: lursdays. Thursdays and Saturdays. au26
^RIVER'S SUMMER GARDEN.
The Most Popular Place of Amusement in the Citv.
ioOD MUSIC! ARTIS'ilC PERFORMANCES!
Admission to Garden 10 cents.
TUESDAY, Sept. 16th,
NNUAL I'ENEFI 1 TO MR. GEO. W. DRIVER. au25
rHE THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF MONTGOMERY
will be held
AT THE FAIR GROUNDS. ROCKVTLLE, MD?
WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY.
SEPTKMBEB 3, 4 and 5, 1884.
TRIALS OF SPEED.
First Dat?Sfptembeb 3.
:40 Class?Running Race?Montgomery county horses.
Second Dat?Septexbeb 4.
50 Class?Second race for Montgomery county horses,
'rotting? lhird Race?Running free to all horses.
Third Day?.September 5.
Minute Class, and fre<> for all?Trotting?All trotting
in harness, best three in five.
Trains wilt leave B. and O. Depot at 8:30.10:15 and 12
'clock. Round trip ticket. Including admission to
'air. $1. Address A. H. ^ L?l CHER. Secretary.
au23-llt Bockville, MtL
piiOUaANDS OF PEOPLE
Suffer from Dyspepsia,
rhen they could secure relief and a permanent cure by
tLe exercise afforded by a
BICYCLE OR TRICYCLE.
fchool for Instruction open from 7 a. m. till 9 p. m.
Bicycle* and Tricycles sold on instalments.
VtM. c- SCRIBNER,
Urchasers taught free. 1108 E st. northwest.
tiusic: MUSIC! MLSIC!
"JL PtoL F. EIBNEK'S Band and Orchestra furnishes
irst-class Music for all occasions. Residence. No.
217 7th street northwest. jel0-3ui*
f MMI< H'S BAND AND ORCHESTRA -FIRSTI
Class Music iumished for Excursions, Pi-nics, Harare
'arties. Church Entertainments and all other occasions,
tsidence. 11378th street northwest. Office hours, 9 to
1 a. in.. 4 to 7 p. in. Je j-3in
[>AD MEMORIES^M ADE GOOD?DEMONSTRATED
[> IN A FREE LECTURE BY PROF. A. S BOYD, at
Y. m. C. A. BUILDING. 1409 New York avenue,
THURSDAY EVENING. August 28th.
At 7.30 o'clock.
Ladies and Gentlemen invited. au2T-2t
^Tcxics, EXCURSIONS, &C.
t> A IN OR SHINE! GRAND FAMILYEXCURSION
LV OF THE ARTHUR RIFLE CORPS TO LOWER
RIDAY. AUGUST 29th. 1894, ON THE STEAMER
Boat leaves wharf at 9 a. m.. returning at 9 p. t?..
toppinw at Alexandra go mr and reti.rninir; four hours
t rhe Point affording excellent facilities for dancing,
tit-water bathing, bosuns', c abbi. k and fishing.
Tickets, round trip, 50 cents. children. 25 cents. It*
r^AST SUNDAY EXCURSION
WONDERFUL CAVERNS OF LURAx,
via B. and O. and S. V. B. R.,
SUNDAY. AUGUST 31.
*eave B and O. Depot, Washlmrton. at 8:30 a. m. sharp.
Return at 9 p. m.
Round trip rate, Including admission to Cave, $3.50
Positively limited to 150 passengers from Washington,
very ticket calls for ar. served seat. Nucbang-oi cars.
)elightful scenery en route. Four hours at the Gavins.
Dinner, 50 cents.
Tickets and reserved seats are now on sale at B. and O.
icket offices, Nos. 507. fil9,1321 Pennsylvania ave., and
t B. and O. depot. Washington. au23-3t
?7 A8HINGTON LODGE No. 2.
Will give a select
MOONLIGHT EXCURSION (
0 MARSHALL HALT., ON THURSDAY EVENING, (
AUGUST 28. 1884.
8teamer W. W. Corcoran leaves her wharf foot of 7th !
treet at 6:30 o'clock sharp; Schroder's orchestra. The '
.odge reserves the right to refuse admission ai d to ream
admission fee. au26-3t
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS FAMILY EXCURSIONS.
WEDNESDAYS, Steamer Arrowsmith, 7th-st wharf.
The best dav of the week devoted specially and exclu- t
lvely to Colonial Beach
Mondays. Tuesdays and Thursdays Steamer Moseley '
tors at Colonial Reach wharf.
Ali steamers b-ave 8:30a. m. Arrive home 9:90p. in.
Fare. :>t)c. rounn trip< children under 12 years, 2Sc.
Splendid dinoer at Hotel at 'J p. in.
lfe-st hotel, (-leanest beach and finest bathing on Potooac.
lick eta at wharf and office C. B. L Co.. 1321 F
J^OWER CEDAR POINT.
WASHINGTON'S CONEY ISLAND.
The safe. swift and magnificent steamer ARMENIA
rill leave her wharf, loot of 7th street, daily
xcept Saturdays, at 9a.m .returning at 9 p.m.. commencing
July 1st I are 60 cents round trip, children.
'1 be Armenia stops at Alexandria on Mondays and
H. C. BOWERS. Manager.
For further information apply at office, St Marc
Durin* the early part of September the Armenia
an I e chartered at reasonable pn es. On and after
?ej tei?ber l?t oyster* will be served at the Point in all
,tvl'-a- _ JivO-lm
MABIN JOHN" AND GREAT FALLS.-THE NEW EXL>
runion H^nry G. W armer is now re&dy f r
:harter. capacity over M0 Apply at 3221 M utreet
lorthwest, op;oaite Haatungtou and Georgetown Kailt'ad
STEAMER BOCK POINT CAN BE CHARTERED
C! by small partiec for any place on the river or bav.
1 qui re of K. H MAY tit) 7th street southwest. or at
sheriff's wharf, foot of 7th street. Jy28-lm*
HO! FOR GREAT FALLS AND CABIN JOHN
The Steam Packet "EXCLLMOR" will make her regusr
trips to tbr above jx.?:.ts as follows: TUESDAYS
FRIDAYS and SUNDAYS, at 8 o'clock, trum wnarf.corler
High street and CauaL lor furthrr information
ipply a' office. Telephone No 38p5. J. (j. & J X
* AtERS. 1045 32d ?trwt West Washington. Jy28-lm
A SERIES OF EXCURSIONS
a, Will be given by tbs
SATURDAY EVENING CLUB
EVERY SATURDAY EVENING.
The entertainments will consist of Dancing Vocal
idusic. tr. Music by Prof. Donch's on hestra.
The Steamer MARY W ?SHlNGTON wUl leave her
shsrf at 6:8t* p. m.. returninir at II p. m.
Gentleman s Ticket. M> cents.two ladies complimented
sith each t,entl< man additional ladles 25 cents each.
1 o be had ut the committee a^d at ths beat jy-jj
MARSHALL HALL AND GLYMONX
the steamer mary washington
Will make excur?ion trii* to the above places. To ocCogUAN
falls Every wednesday, leaving 7th
trret at 9 *. u... returning at 8 p. in. Fare, ronud-trip.
a cvbta marshall hall Every saturday.
leavuiK at 9a. nu returning at 4 30 p. u. tare, roundLop.
MARSHALL HALL AND GLYMONT.
Two trips. 9 30 a. m. and 3 p m . returning at 3 p. m.
sno Jp.m. Fare, nuno-trip. 26 cents. Dancing on a
*?x; d < ancm* deck down and back and at jrrounds. on
siitnps. except Sunday. Fine bra^s band on Sunday.
Fi. st trip ul Sunday- excursion stOi* at Hall
g* E. S. RANDALL Manager.
CTEAMFJt W. W. CORCORAN
%... . 8CMMER ARRANGEMENT.
fieamer will make daily trips (Sundays
\ all points on the Potomac as far as Gly^OEtv.
Boat * *11 leave at 10 a. m. and arrive at 3:30 p
Son?*v^o^dwfi1c& if?rnU " poUlto
v f^^NING trips will be made during the
iw*^2S c?nts *VUJ* " 6 P- nj- arriving at 9:30p. m.
bMt ^MTin^r7 t.rtr* wiu mads aa usual,
wUl ' P aJv81,d retuminsf at 8 p aa. Boat
* far aa Indian Head i are. so Jyll
ZjvSP to aiaow ample time for the compietlun
of improvements, the Corcoran Gallery
Jjf Art will not be manned to the public un-il SEP* n
TEMBER 10TH. By order ot the I oard of Trustees.
It WM. MacLEOD. Curator.
ME MB RS JACKSON DEMOCRATTCA - SO- C
??* CIATIoN and others desiring to attend Ratification
Meeting at >-ligo on Saturday Evening please call u
at the office of H. C. CLAOETT, 470 Ea. avo. n.w. It* C
AT A RETGII.AK MKKTIVtTL>~E UNION NO. \\
? E Broherhood ot Carfenters and Joiners of 11
Washington, I eld August 28. the difficulty exis;ln?-between
F. K. W aRD a:id that body was amicably settled.
By order of the Boycott Committee. It t<
JTgs0 THERE %\JLL BE A MEETING Ol I N ION C<
t"?s lodge, no. 22. k. of p.. this evening, at f
Cast e Hall, corner 9tli and D streets northwest. Bu-tine-s
of importance to transact. By order.
It* E. C. SOUl.ES, K. of R. and S. Q
J?ry^ MISS ELLA JOHnSON IS HEREBY NOT I- s
fled to come and take her fur iiture stored with
me, and pay sti ratfe charges for same, or else-the Koods Cl
will be soid to pay said cha. g s. V
SOLOMON CONTEE. n
It* 24 Jacks'jD Hail al.ey northwest.
?~3r* PARTIES HAVING GOODS DEPOSITED r'
W.w with rue, upon which interest is due three n
months or more, aie notified to pay the same on or b. - t<
fore the-D OF SEPiEMBEu or their Kuods will be v.
sold at auction by Messrs. DUNCANSON RRoS, corner
9th and D street.-". p. WaL! A H. Broker.
au28-2t HIT Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 1<
THE FINEST STOCK OF a
SUCH AS ^
MAHOGANY, WALNUT, POPLAR ASH, OAK, MAPLE
AND CHERRY, c
THAT BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK ^
AND BOSTON CAN PRODUCE. AND ARE NOW PRE- ^
PARED TO ORDER DIRECT BY WIRE ANY WOOD n
THAT OUR YARDS FAIL TO HAVE IN HAND.
OUR STOCK OF BUILDING LUMBER IS COM- ^
PLETE, WHILE OUR FLOORING, WAINSCOTING
AND PARTITION Is EQUAL, BOTH IN QUALITY J
AND WORKMANSHIP, TO ANY IN THE DISTRICT. ?!
NOTING THAT OUR TRADE IS ON A STEADY J
INCREASE, WE ARE STILL PREPARED TO FILL I>
ALL ORDERS, EITHER BY WAGON, CAR OR BOAT. ! Jjj
WITH PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH. AND GUAR- j u
ANTEE SATISFACTION TO ALL. IN ORDER THAT Jjl
WE MAY VERIFY THE ABOVE WE RESPECTFULLY
SOLICIT A CALL.
wil Mclean & son. u
18TH AND B STREETS AND 14TH, BETWEEN B l?
AND C STREETS NORTHWEST. au27 j[
]T^ CITIZENS'EQUITAELE BUILDING J
ASSOCIATION OF GEORGETOWN, D. C. tl
The great demand for stock in the above-named Asso- J]
ciation being so great, the Directors have determined to ^
keep the books oi>eu for subscription to the second
series until further uoti.-e.
Shares 41 each, upon which is advanced $200.
The bo< ks will be open for subscription to Btock at "
thelollowing places, viz: ll
Gei rye B. Lockhard, 1344 32d street. S]
William Kiny k Son. in 2 I6rb street. ?
Do 2'j0o k street. ?
John Gibbons, 2829 street. ,,
M R. tioddard. 2934 M street.
Samuel Cropley's Sons, 3270 M street 0
WM. CLABAUGTT, President U
S. THOS. BROWN. Vice President S
1 OBERT E. FRi V. 'l'rea urer. a
au23-eo8t FERDINAND KING, Secretary.
jjr^r* THE MISUNDERSTANDING BETWEEN T
-? the Tailors' Union and ).:s man Bros.. corner7th tl
and E streets, has been satisfactorily settled. s,
au2fr-3c 1 ilE COMMITTEE.
SLATE MANTELS, B
SLATE MANTELS. a
GAS FIXTUBES?New Stock and Designs. S1
LATROEES. GRATES. RANGES. Exo.
PLUMBING AND HEATING. r.
GARDEN VASES AND SETTEES AT COST. -V
SAMUEL S. SII E D D.
au25 409 Ninth Street Northwest.
MAN1ELS.MA\TELS. MANTEE8.IN SLATE .
-5? and Marble. New iesigus. new colors. Exau.ine
before ii.ak.ny your purchases. J. E. MANNING & C<).,
13.0 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. au'il-2w
W. bT MOSES A SoN. ^
Owing to an unavoidable delay in retting our NEW tl
Bt 1LD1NG ready for occupancy as soon as anticipated jwe
have, on account ol a large volume of the FALL
TRADE, particularly in CARPETS. being done durin#
the NEXT MONTH, ordered a FULL LINE, represent- 0
Ins the IMMENSE STOCK purchased for our NEW *
EI ILIjING, forwarded ironi the Importers and Mauu- I
facturers to our PRESENT ES ABLISHMENT. corner 1
7th street and Pennsylvania avenue, w here our friends, ).
customers, and all others desirous of furnishing during ,
the NEXT MONTH will find a DISPLAY Or GOODS j
to sell ct from repr- aenting by far the LARGEST AN > >
MOST COMPLE1E stock of 1 uriiiture. Carpets, Up i
bolstered Ooods and I. tenor Decorations ever pur- 1
chased for the city of Washington. }
Extending a cordial invitation to all to visit and in- i
8p?*ct our UNRIVaLED DISPLAY, we are, respect- s
au20-12t W. B. MOSES & SON. }
MUNCASTER tl HOWARD, Pharmacists, cor- 1
* ner 7th and I streets northwest, manufacture ?
their own ICE CREAM SODA WATER. It is strictly \
pure and wholesome. Five cents per yla s. auU v
cii.culatTng'library'?"new booKS J
'f and best magazines as so. ii as issued. Latj-st S
styles i n stationer}', and especial attention given to visit- e
in. cards and engiavi ig. 1749 Pa. ave. auli d
ROGINSKI LEWIS. 1 HE WM l_KNOWN 11
t-"5 Siyu Painteis and ?,lHzieis, are at 908 D street
northwest, 'leiephone call. 379-3. All orders promptly
ttend'.d to. Jyll-3m
J-PEC1AL.-F1VE GALLONS DANFOitXH'S A
FLUID delivered for $1 10.
? ^ ? W- S. JF-NKS & CO.,
j7-3 2m 717 7th street 11. w. t
CHA3. P. PRICE! " p
Srss' REGISTERED PHARMACIST, J.
4i.fi 7th street southwest.
Pure Druirs and Medicines, Prescription?a specialty, tl
and at moderate rates. je30 g
THE ATTENTION OF VISITORS AND RES- T
? ?? idents is particuiarly called to PHOSVITJi, the b
new and popular 1 nun anil Nerve 'ionic and Safe- >i
^tiard against Malaria. For sale areated by the tflass or ,
:n bottles by W. C. MILBERN. Sole Inventor and Manuiacturer.
1429 Pennsylvania avenue. apll e
fSr'^PERFECTLY SAFE AND HEALTHY b
DO: ?Lh\'8 Rial to J" oda Water, glass syrup Jara ]
block tm lined steel fountaius. au2-lm
I>ORSEY CLAGETT. NOTARY PUBLIC. 817 P
t's 9th street northwest. Telephone 216 h:30am. v
to 5 p.m. Real Estate and Insurance. Orders by mail ii
or telephone promptly attended to. aul-lni*
rr^ gas stoves. v
GARDEN HOSE Ii
t a* Stoves that will do allGt^unUy^Coo^g! ^ 15
E F. BROOKS. a
mr?E 831 ISth street, Corcoran Buildlnv. a
SLATE MANTELS. h
Having put an entire new stock of these (roods in J,
my showroo u this week I would respectfully request ?
persons iu search of mantels to call and examine the P
same.wliich I wlllsellat r? asonable price* for fall trade. 1
i?u'.Mni* Factory and t-howroom, C, near 6th st. n.w. v
JAMES H. Mc?ILL. ARCHITECT. ?
Office No. 908 G street ^
Prei>ares plans and specifications for all classes of n
luildiiitrs. and su|>erinteiids their erection. Jy8-<'m *
? - a
"JJXIVERSALLY PRESCRIBED BY THE J
A LAXATIVE AND REFRESHING FRUIT LOZENGE ?
TAMAR For CONSTIPATION, -HEMORRHOIDS. (
BILE. HEADACHE LOSS OF APPE- .
TITE. CEREBRAL CONGESTION. 2
INDIES Prepared by E. GRILLON.
Chemist of the Paris Faculty. <
&<Ue Proprietor, (
rue de Rambutean. Paris. |
GRILLON Tamar?unlike Pills and the usual pum- j '
fives?is agreeable to take, and never pro- f S
duces irritation nor interferes with buai- '
neas or plea*urn J
Sold by all Druggists. ap3-eth,26w J
^STHMA AND CATARRH CURED BY THE j
CIGARETTES ESPIC. !
Oppression. Suffocating, Coughs, Colds, Cheat Neu- <
ralgies, Ac. \
Pan.-: J. ESPIC, 128 rue St. LAzara 1
New York: FOUGERA; M1LHAU. 1
Sola by all Chemists of America. au38-thAmlp '
Lamp chimne^ s^ reduiTed j
SrnaiL '2. c.; mediums. 30c.; large, 45c. per dozen.
Small burners. 70c.: mediums, 8lc.: large, ii.40 par
dozen. Mail otuers promptly attended to.
A. SON N EN SIRAHL'S, 1
M UXJ 7th street north west. ]
Washington News and Gossipy
Government Receipts To-dat.?-Intern ?1 reveue,
$490,437; customs, f GTS,458.
No Cholera.?Mr. E. R. Jones, U. S. consul at
ardlff, Wales, reports to the Department of State,
nder date of August 18th, that the alarms con^'.n?
choleni at that port are entirely without
>un 1 at ion. The few cases that arrived on vessels
roiu Marseilles were promptly quarantined.
The following postmasters were commissioned
xiay: John P. Bell, Bell's Mill, Montgomery
office); N. P. Murray, Wllltown,
red trick county, V a.
The Schooner That Sank the Tallapoosa.?The
cliconer James S. Lowell, which collided with and
link the Tallapoosa, lay at the wh8.rf ot the Inependent
Ice company in Georgetown about four
reeks ago. She Is a flue specimen or the threelifAel3C;h00.Der'
of gwniev length than any reset
or tier kind that hud^jeen seen in the Potomac
l\er, and her beauty or shape was frequently relarked
by the habitues of the balconies of the Po3mac
bout house and the numerous othewsersons
'ho saw her.
The Practice Ships Dale and Constellation
ave arrived at Annapolis.
Akmt Retiring Board.?CoL Geo. P. Andrews,
st artillery; Lieut. CoL Alexander Piper, 1st artllry;
>iajor John Brooke, surgeon; Capt. William L.
taskin, 1st artillery, and Capt. John Van R. lloff,
Ssiitant surgeon, have been detailed as a retiring
ourd to convene at San Francisco at the call of
ae president of the board to examine such ofcers
as are ordered before it. First Lieut Robert
lanna. 6tli cavalry, has been ordered to hold hlmsir
in readiness to appear before this board for exminatlon
The Xenia Bank.?The acting controller of the
urrency this morning received a telegram from
ank Examiner Ellis saying that the affairs of the
econd National bank or Xenla, Ohio, are not so
au as uas been represented, and that there Is rea:>n
to believe that It will be able to meet all delandsupon
it. in view ot this report the acting
sntroi.er says that there does not appear to be any
ecesslty for the appointment or a receiver.
The Vacant Acditorship.?Mr. Coon, Acting
ecretarv 01 the Treasury, being in doubt as to how
mg Judge Crowell, deputy auditor of the Treasury
>r the Post Office department, could perform the
titles of auditor, made necessary by the death of
udj,e Ela, by virtue or his office of deputy, referred
le question to Judge Phillips, Acting Attorney
eneral, who, in reply, has given an opinion that
u"ge crowell can act for ten days onlv. which
erlod In his case will expire September 2d- The
latter has b^en presented to the Pre&ldent, and It
probable that Judge crowell will be designated
) act lor ten days rrom September 2d, by which
it is expected, the office will be permanently
Personal.?Ex-Gov. Cheney, of New Hampshire,
as taken apartments at the Portland lor the wlnit,
which he win spend here with his wife and
au^hter, one of the purposes being to secure the
itter the excellent school facilities which Washigton
affords. Hon. Simon Cameron's residence
1 Uarrlsburg, Pa., was robbed a lew davs ago of
aluable silverware. Mr. Herbert A. Preston and
imlly are spending the summer at Hyattsviiie.
t. J. u alter has returned to the city. Major. J.
[. t arson, the well-known correspondent, has gone
> Colorado. Assistant Postmaster General Hat)n
and Richard T. Greener, of Washington, were
mistered in New York last evening. Mrs. Oso
n. wife or the U. 8. minister to Brazil, is visiting
er aunt, Mrs. CoL Vender. Miss Belle Vedder Is
lowly recovering from a severe Illness. Gen N.
. Jeffries, formerly or this city, and Mrs. Minnie B.
rmsirong were married at the home or the bride's
lthf-r, Hon. Levi H. Brown, at Watertown, N. Y .
a the soth lust. Dr. Sowers has returned to the
ity rrom Block island, where he has been spend>g
the last two weeks. R. W. Shufeldt and Miss
uuieldt, of Washington, were among late arrivals
t the Geyser Springs, In California. Ex-Preslent
and .Mrs. Hayes will arrive In Cumberland on
uetday text, to be in attendance at the reunion of
le army or w est \ lrginia, which will commence
t-pU-niber 2. During their stay they will be the
uests or Hon. Lloyci Lowndes. Mr. John M.
arc-lay has gone to Boston, for a stay or a couple of
teks. Mr. George a. Armes has returned troui
prolonged visit to Saratoga and other northern
uminer resorts. Mr. Wm. McLean, wno has
ten at Saratoga for some time, has left that place
jr A. -bury Park. Among Washlngtonlans lately
gisien-d at the Atlantic hotel, Ocean City, are
llss Susie Langli>y, A. B. Bibb and J. C. Wilson.
SPECIAL, PENSION AGENTS.
ippoinlmentM Under the Civil Service
Fpon recommendation of Pension Commissioner
>udit?y, Acting Secretary Joslyn to-day approved
lie appointment or the rollowlng special agents of
Le pension bureau, under the civil service act, to
ate as clerks of class one:
Frederick W. Galbralth, California; Alfred GregnvGeorgia;
Geo. W. White, Jos. H. McCoy, L S.
iclntyre, J. F. Allison, H. W. H. Woodward, Wm.
.. Foulke, Illinois; E. S. Durment, Wm. W. Watson
A-Peea? Edwin J. Richardson, Indiana; S.
V. McLlderry, J. C. McKenzle, Iowa; Lewis C.
rue, James M. Asher, Kansas; Wlnfleld s. N^ely.
)anlel Macauley, Kentucky; Fredk A. Piper, Sam'i
i. Brackett. Amos L. Allen, Maine; James P.
latthews, Charles E. Garlbee. Maryland; James H.
' Tlr V. . rvJ- N* Massachusetts:
Ihos. W. Burke, J no. T. Hall. Clark Stanton!
illctilatan; Charles B. Rockwood, Minnesota; Nathan
Mc.trd, Mississippi; Wm. W. Dedrick, Anson c.
larding, Missouri; Gea A. Emerson, New Hamphlre;
Wm. L Vanderllp, Nebraska; Jno. Frelingluysen,
Nathaniel E. Mason, New Jersey; chas.
\ Dean, W. R. Bliss, V. M. Hodgson, Chas. G
rlsh, Walter T Daniel, Chas. D. Sloan, Frank A.
.apham, New York; JaS H. Horah, North CaroIna;
Leander H. Means, Hugh N. Patton, Wm.
loatert, J. W. Oulmby. Ohio; Jacob W. Abel, Wm.
V. BurKe, Jos. H. Lambert, Edw. Weicliman, c. A.
iuesseratt, Philip J. Hoffllger, Pennsylvania;
ilbert H. Sweetser, Rhode Island; Warnn R. Marl
hall. South Carolina; All red S. Badgley, Tenicssee;
Charles Ilunback, Texas; Charles J. stodlard,
Vermont; lhtzleit Carlisle, Virginia: H. A.
Collusion Among Applicants.
FEW cases IN WniCH civii. service CANDinATES
have tkied to beat the examiners.
"We have had three or four cases," said one of
he board of civil service examiners to a Star reoiter
to-day, " where there was clear evidence of
olluslon between applicants undergoing examination.
There were only three or four cases out of
everal hundred, which is a very good record,
hey were cases where two persons sitting together
oth made the same egregious blunders. If both
,nd been correct In their answers It would b' unjlr
to Inr-T collusion, but when one makes an
greglous blunder, and the other makes the same
!!rl^.e?r.txa -v'lbe Implication Is pretty strong."
" Did these attempts at rraud come rrom any parIcular
section or the country?" asked the reorter.
" V?' l?ey ^Present different sections. The only
ray to obtain absolute security against such collision
is to tollow the Chinese system. There the
pp 'cant is placed alone In a celL He Is given the
'ork b,as 10 d0' a,ld bls. meals are handed In to
',n- J?e is not allowed to come out until he flnshes
his work." ,
"And," observed a bystander, "If he do?s not
ass the examination he Is beheaded, so he Is not
mfnatlon ' maa ani'ttllnK about the ex^
civil service Commissioner Gregory said that tney
casev.recen"y where It was evident that a
andldate who had not passed had copied from the
apers of a lady who did pass. In certain sublectd
most grotesque errors, and these
cere faithruhy copied by the applicant who s t
lext to ner. W hen this was discovered the sucesstui
applicant was summoned berore the board,
tut cleared herseir ot the charge or collusion,
he other applicant, she claimed, had purloined
ler rough scraps or paper, without her consent,
ind made up the answers rrom them. As a rule,
he commissioner thinks that the spirit of compel
ltlon in the examinations, and the fact that It is
?. c1!! nt^Tesi ot each candidate to excel his
iwinn ' 0 sufficient protection against col-.
The President and His Guests.
'at times in the north atlantic sqcadkon?the
The review in Narragansett bay of the torpedo
experiments by the North Atlantic squadron. In the
jresence of the President and the Secretary of the
Savy, yesterday, proved a magnificent success.
The exercises took place at the extreme north end
>f Conanlcut Island, whither the squadron proceeded
shortly before 10 o'clock. An hour later the
despatch, with President Arthur, and the Albaiross,
with Secretary Chandler, got under way. On
he former were the Attorney GeneraL Mrs. Brewrter,
Miss Frellnghuysen and several others. On the
latter were Senators Hawiey, Miller, Butler and
Mdrich; Mayor Latrobe, of Baltimore; Commander
rohnson, Captains Selfridge and Yates, Baron
tosen, the Russian consul- Mr. G. P. Wetmore.
Madam De Struve, the wife of the Rnsalan Bdnls!
5raRLJ2l Wart> of the Swedish legation, and
w . ^ Edwards, Mrs. Chandler and a number of
nher ladles. When the Secretary arrived up the
bay the squadron passed in review as a column of
iiUps, and then proceeded to torpedo practice. The
ifxpioslons were very successful, and seat large
rolumes of water over the ships, and there were
lively movements to get under shelter. Dmlng the
ifternoou Mme. De Struve and Senator Butler
-ailed upon President Arthur, on the Despatch,
jolng on the Mariana, which had brought the former
and a distinguished party down from Bristol,
at 2 o'clock President Arthur and Secretary Chanller
each gave luncheon to their guests. During
^e,. a*t*n??on the Yantlc returned from Wood's
Boll and took hor pl&c6 SQUAdron
Democratic Denial of the Slander upon
Secretary McPherson baa received a letter from
a gentleman in Mississippi, who Is a democrat and
a Cleveland man, denying the slander published
against Blaine in the Indianapolis SetUlneL The
writer says he lived In Kentucky -when Blaine was
teaching there and when he married; was upon
friendly and even intimate terms with him during
that period, and know? of his owu personal knowledge
that tne statement concerning his marriage
was false. He says that Blaine was very popular
there, though some of the young men used to get a
little jealous of him sometimes because he was
such a favorite among the ladles.
The Chinese War Veuelw*
thkib m0hk powerful ironclads not engaged in
the kecixt conflict?what u. s. navy officers
sat about it.
The opening of the war against China by
France, and the easy destruction of the vessels of
the former, Is very generally discussed by naval officers
In this city. Those most familiar with the
coast of China and her navy are inclined to think
that the best vessels of the Chinese navy did not
take part In this action. The gunboats, which constitute
the main portion of the navy are probably
about Pekln or up the rivers. These boats were
built Id England and France and are of the best
modern designs. They are manned mainly by
foreigners, or were 6ome time ago, and If the
French vessels should come In contact with these,
officers of our navy think that the contest would
not be so unequal- The opinion Is expressed that
even If the tuture phases of the war should fall to
develop any higher powers of resistance on the
part of the Chinese than the recent contest, still
the French would continue until their object had
"The French are after commercial advantages,"
said one naval officer,"and they propose to get them
at any cost. That is the policy ot England and
Germany. There is no consideration of morality,
of human Justice or of human right that will prevent
these nations from pursuing a policy lavorable
to their commerce. I recollect once that the
Japanese government wanted to establish a quarantine
In order to prevent the spread or cholera.
Our minister. Gen. Bingham, consented, but the
English and German ministers lefused because it
would Interfere with their commerce, and when
the Japanese stopped one of their vessel^ a manof-war
went down and brought the ship up to the
harbor. There Is no use, wnen the Interests of a
nation like England or Germany are involved, to a
talk about justice, or even mercy, for they recog- c
nlze nothing of the sort." s
gathering chips op marble from the washington
An elderly gentleman and lady were picking
their way through the plies of marble chips that
lie about the stone-cutters'shed In the monument a
grounds to-day and now and then stopped to pick g
up a small piece, which ^vas safely stowed away in a
the lady's reticule. c
"What are they doing?" said one of the stone- I
cutters to a Star reporter. "Why they are spoils g
"SpoDs fiends?" repeated The Star reporter.
"That Is what we call them?spoils fiends," said
the artisan. "They are increasing In numbers s
now that the work Is nearly completed. That is a
very modest couple. Most of them come into the
sheds and get pieces from the stones that the men
are cutting. They are taken away as relics of the c
monument. Some people have a little picture of a
the monument or of Mount Vernon painted on t
them, and I see some of these are offered for sale ?
now in the stores.
"Yes, we have about a hundred or more every *
day come to ask for pieces of stone. Before the c
last course of the shait was finished the spoils 0
hunters were always anxious to know at what t
height the stone was placed that the chip came I;
from, and I have marked the height on hundreds ?
of stones for such people. They do not annoy us. "
All kinds of people come. Sometimes ladies richly v
and fashionably dressed tjonae in to get a relic, and ?
again you can see people come down herewith '
market baskets and llll them up with chips. I ,
suppose these people with baskets propose to col- ?
lect them for sale." "
The key stone, which is to be placed inside the *
pyramid of the monument a little below the apex ,
or capstone, Is being cut now. Many relic hunters J
have already bespoken chips from the capstone :
vfrhen that Is finished. The chlpplngs from the ,
stones are turned over to the District government i
and will be used in making road beds. J
Belling on the Dean* J
the jumping bean op mexico and a new form i
of vice it has introduced. i
The Jumping bean of Mexico Is at present creat- <
lng a small sensation In town. By some means a 1
pocketful or more of these animated beans have j
been brought into the city and distributed. The
bean looks as though it were the third part of a 1
glove about a third of an inch in diameter. It is *
brown and vhree of them grow together In a pod j
on tall trees found In hot districts of America.
When placed on any surface the bean moves about
with little sposmodlc Jerks. Its motion Is very
erratic. One use It has already been put to is to 1
minister to the spirit of gambling. In some quarters
where two or three beans and their owners
have assembled together ther# are exciting con- 1
tests, on which wagers of considerable amounts ,
are staked. A little circle Is drawn on the table
and the beans are placed In the center. Then a (
"pot" Is made up, ten, twenty-five and even as I
much as fifty cents or a dollar being requlredto t
"come In." The owner of the bean that tumbles e
out of the ring first takes the pot. Where only e
one bean Is produced the circle is divided Into seg- ?
ments and the players bet on the segments. The <
person batting on the segment over which the i
bean passes In leaving the circle wins the money.
Whenever one sees half a dozen persons with their j
heads bent closely down over a table, holding (
their breath In subdued excitement, he may be t
sure that there Is a Jumping bean there. Some I t
persons curious to discover the secret of the f
motive power of the bean have dissected theirs ?
and discovered that imprisoned In the core of the ?
bean Is a little wriggling worm. Its movements
cause the eccentric conduct or the bean. Some i
of these beans were exhibited Saturday In the ?;
seed room of the Agricultural department. Mr. (
Longley, who Is In -charge of the room, says, c
however, that they will not be distributed as <
other seeds. 1
Poor Prospect for a Frek Bridge.?There i
seems to be little propect of getting a free bridge 1
over the Potomac this summer at least. As hereto- t
fore stated in The Star the offer of the owners of (
the Aqueduct bridge to sell the bridge under ]
the terms of an act of Congress, passed some 1
three years ago, has gone to the Attorney t
General tor his opinion as to whether the title
is good. The Attorney General Is at the sea shore. ^
It ne decides that the deed Is good the question of e
accepting the offer of the Aqueduct bridge owners j
will then have to go the Secretary of War. Lawyers
say the Secretary of War cannot, in view of t
the time since the act was passed, which the Dridge
owners now wouid take advantage of, accept the i
offer. If this Is so the matter will have to go over t
until the next session of Congress. In the mean- s
time tolls are still collected by the Aqueduct bridge c
Fort Sumter Has Fallen for a Fact*
From the Charleston News and Courier.
Fort Sumter has literally fallen. It is now only
one story high and has but half a dozen guns, not j
one of which could be used. The government pays r
ab.outl200 a month for watchmen, who keep lights t
l)urnlUf on the tort tor vessels. '
* oanawakf for 8ervicVin Egypt.?The English t
ire pushing Preparations for the campaign on the i
tipper 19lw Ibr the purpose ot rescuing Gen. Gor- t
ton. The governor general of Canada has been or- i
dered by the home government to secure the ser- <
Vices of six hundred Canadian river voyageurs to t
to on the expedition. They are to take fiat-bot- <.
tomed boats up the Nile and make portages around ?
the rapids. Applications are already rushing In. t
Indians will be eligible. Preference will be given <
to officers who served under Gen. Wolsely In the t
Bed river expedition. Some French-Canadian officere
will also be taken, as It is expected that the j
majority ot the royageurs will be French-Cana- i
; Voting Ladies.?Mrs. Sidney Howard Gay, wife j
Of former editor of the New York Tribune; Mrs. \
Laura Tempteton Johnson, sister of the famous )
Theodore Wtttbrop, and other ladles voted yester- j
day at thc&c&ooi election in West Brighton, Staten j
Island. Many who wished to do so were deterred j
byVthe dense crowd and confusion.
Thb Latest "Battle of Yoretown."?At the !
Mahone meeting at Yorktown, Va.. last Monday
fighting commenced simultaneously with the or- I
ganlzatlon, and was kept up for fully two hours. 1
Pistols were drawn and knives and clubs freely 1
used. Finally the two factions were separated, the <
room divided off and two conventions were held in )
the same room, sending two sets ot delegates. 1
After the adjournment of the convention the fight* <
lng was renewed on the outside of the building and 1
In the streets. j
Lively Row in a Court Room.?In St. Louis, Ma,
yesterday, the court bad scarcely pronounced sen- ]
nounce against Henry Lee, a negro who had been t
convicted of larceny, when the prisoner seized a l
chair, and with an oath aimed a heavy blow with it i
at Officer Flynn, who had been the chief witness ]
against him, and who happened to be sitting In one \
of the Jury seats The blow would have killed him t
had It descended with the original force, but Prose- s
cutlng Attorney Clalborn and Officer Badger rushed j
forward, so that Officer Flynn was but slightly i
hurt. But the negro was upon him and choking t
him before the others could act. Then ensued a <
desperate struggle, in which the negro displayed i
herculean strength, and for a time it appeared as i
though be woula kill the officer. During the uproar c
a table was smashed to pieces and a chair demol- t
tshed. The negro finally was pulled away, but not t
until he had nearly bitten off several fingers from t
Officer Badger's band and dealt a number ot hard i
blows. Judge Laughlln then beard the remaining
eases against him and gave him six months in one
and twelve months in the other. c
To Reward Lieut. Ctcelf.
l proposition to jfaee him assistant chrp of
THK SIGNAL SERVICE.
Since the return of the Greely party to home and
Mends and the story of Lieut. Greelys heroic enlurance
and fidelity to duty has become known,
.here has been a number of suggestions made as to
^he proper form of suitably recognizing Lieut.
j?reelj s services. These suggestions have come
he army^^111 civilians, but from his associates In
tbls morning, in the absence of
had a conversation with Lieut. Caziarc.
M^the signal office, in relation to this matter. He
Lieut. Greeiys return there was a
-P*** "eal about recognizing his services, and
,ne suggestion was made that he be made colonel
.^na^ corps. There Is now no such rank In
there being no grade between the gentbe
fourteen second lieutenants. I think
r m 1)6 a very suitable expression, and
}* ,??iie a hill of a lew words. I am
LU^.Ab,ai hls associates in the signal service
would be glad to see this done or anything else that
s calculated to effect the same end."
"Have you heard of the proposition to make him
instant chief sign .1 oma-rr' asKed the rewrter.
->o, 1 have not heard of It. but It may have been
llscussed. There is no such office at preseut, but I
.nink It would be an appropriate thing to da His
ippolntment as colonel, however, would make him
isslstant to the chler."'
At thenar department a Star reporter to-dav
yas told that nothing was known omelallv of these
^bonP18 to Lieut. Greely, but it was stated
nat if President Arthur, Secretary Lincoln, Gen.
^ *>ir* Randall, as has been publlsned,
* ere in favor of the pruject of making I.leu LG reel v
iss.stant chief signal offlccr, there would seem to
>e no reason why it should not be done. If this
jroposiuon was carrle i nUt it wou'.d be by themTouuetlon
of a bill In Congress, which would then
^?Jv'^rred 10 the War department for an expres.lon
of opinion as to the merits of the bllL This
would bring out Lieut. Greeiy's record.
Hendrickk on the Clevelatfd Scandal.
IPPOSED TO A CHANGE IN THE TICKET ANP THINES
IT WILL WIN.
Mr. Hendricks, the democratic candidate for the
^lce Presidency, has written the following letter
n reply to the suggestion that a change ue made
n the democratic ticket by the retirement of Gov.
"I cannot consider with favor your suggestion of
l change in the national ticket. The action of the
on\entlon cannot now be reconsidered, must
land, and I think It ought to stand. I don't atree
mil you in respect to the probable result. I think
i i.Probabilities are favorable to the success of our
lcket. 1 he Cleveland scandal will not have weight
vlth the people, and ought not to have weight. It
3 unworthy the national contest. Three times
*ov. Cleveland has sbxtd the test of a popular canrass?once
Tor theofliceof mayor in his own cm,
ind each time he received the Indorsement of his
leighbors by a vote largely above his patty
trength. Whatever there may have been of the
candal existing before It Is not lust either to him
>r the people now to revive It. The public welfare
equires that he be Judged by his public record, by
lis capability and fitness for the discharge of reponslble
and Important public duties and not by
'id and exploded private slanders.
FARROW ESCAPE FROM A SEKIOCS ILLNESS?TO STOP
WORK ON HIS BOOK.
A dispatch to the New York Sun from Bar Har>or,
Me., last evening, says: Mr. Blaine was dressed
.nd about the house to-day, and received a number
of callers. He has had a narrow escape from a
erlous Illness. When he went away to strong last
reek it was very warm and he wore a light sumner
suit. When he returned to Bar Harbor he left his
vercoat behind at Augusta, where the thermomeer
was at 95 deg.,and met an atmosphere of 65 deg.
n the ferryboat. He became thoroughly chilled,
ind the result was a cold of such a character that
erlous Illness was threatened. Mr. Blaine has
>een dolug too much this year. He has been workng
on his book while keeping In hand the details
?f the Maine and national campaigns. He realizes
his and has practically stopped work on the book
ind will not resume It until after the November
slectlon. as he intends to remain In Augusta next
vlnter In any event, he will then find time to comMete
the book within the contract time?that Is,
>ne year from the date of the publication of the
lrst volume. Mr. Blaine will probably leave Bar
tiarbor on Saturday next to go to Augusta for a
ew days. Alfred Oonkling, a nephew of Roscoe
.'oiikllng, has Just gone away alter several weeks'
rlslt. During his stay here he called repeatedly upon
Mr. Blaine and assured him that he intended to
ipeak for him during tue coming canvass in New
kork. Mr. Conkling will make a few speeches In
jerman. Senator Hoar's defense of Mr. Blaine Is
o be printed as one of the campaign documents of
:he national committee, and wlllbe published in
joth English and German. Lx-Attornty General
Devens is here. He thinks the Butler movement
n Massachusetts will overshadow Cleveland's
strength entirely. He does not think that the
Uassachusetts independents will cut much ot a
LLtNOIS DEMOCRATS FCSE WITH THE GREENBACKERS
THE MAHONE HCDDLE?CONGRESSIONAL NOTES, ETC.
The anti-monopolists and greenbackers of Illinois
leld a Joint convention at Bloomlngton yesterday
ifternoon, and decided upon a fusion with demo:rats
upon the electoral ticket, the "American
)arty" to have not less than seven electors. The
ollowlng state ticket was nominated: Foreovsrnor,
Jesse Harper, of Danville; lieutenant govsrnnr,
H. C. anaerwater, of Shelby; secretary of
Hate, E. H. Baldwin, of Jollet; auditor, E. T. Reeves,
)f Elgin; attorney general, John M. Given, of Effinglam;
state treasurer, J. B. Clark, of Chicago.
The anti-Brady republicans held a meeting at
Petersburg, Va., last night and ratified the election
>f Evans as a delegate to the congressional convenlon.
A dispatch was read from Gov. Cameron, exjresslng
regret at not being able to attend, and
>aylng that his heart was In the cause. Mahone
ind Brady were present, and the revolt against the
'boss" has created the greatest excitement.
The following congressional nominations were
nade yesterday: Portland. Maine district, Sam'l
Tewell, straight greenbacker; seventh Mississippi
llstrlct, Ethelbert Bark-dale, democrat: firth Michigan
district, John C. Fitzgerald, republican; elev:nth
Iowa district, Isaac S. St ruble, republicanIfth
Mississippi district, O. R. Singleton, democrat1
welfth Missouri district, W. J. stone, democrat1
twentieth Ohio district, Thomas Rlioades. prohlJltlonlst;
twelfth Pennsylvania district, J. B. Scran*>n.
republican; third Alabama district, William C
Dates, democrat; second Michigan district, N b'
Eldredge, democrat and greenbacker; thirteenth
Indiana district, H. G. Thayer, for the long term
ind J. W. Reynolds for the short term, repuolican.
The republicans at Green Springs, Falrtax ca
Fa., held a primary convention last evening and
ilected delegates to the congressional convention at
Alexandria, to be held on the 29 th.
The greenbackers of Pennsylvania have called for
i convention at Bellefonte, Septembr 16.
Gen. Logan arrived In Rockford, 111., yesterday,
md was escorted to his hotel by a detachmentof
he Grand Army of the Republic. Gen. Logan made
i short speech to an assemblage numbering 5 ooo
>n the subject of tariff and labor. '
The Petersburg, Va., Bank Failure.
tESCLT OP THE LEGISLATIVE INVESTIGATION?THE
GROSSEST MISMANAGEMENT ALLEGED.
In the Virginia house of delegates yesterday Mr.
'ollard, chairman of the committee on finance subl
nltted their report on the Investigation of the
?lanters and Mechanics' bank of Petersburg
vhich recently failed. The renort says that the
imount due the state on May 1,1884, was $135,373.
The committee find that the money of the state' de.
lJank was so mingled with other
Undslof the bank, and so used as to make It lmnos
Able to ascertain the precise use made of the ldenlcal
money so d-poslted. The books of the bank
>how that with a capital stock of only $119 550 the
mormous sum of $111,810 had been drawn from the
)ank by overdrafts at the time the bank closed Its
loors. In addition to very large sums prevlouslv
>verdrawn by favorites of the bank, which had
>een covered by notes upon which no security had
)een required, and most of which notes are utt?r
Among the names of those upon whose checks the
arcest of these "overdrafts were drawn are stlth.
Boiling & Ca, $19,000; William E. Cameron/TOver:
state Senator W. E- Galnes,
6,000; Inge Mahone, the latter ihe son of Gen.
.ii)5SLni!Flytl6A000:Gen' William Mahone, nearly
W,000; Ihmnas ^'hjte, cashier of the bank, $15,000
ind R. A. Young, O' er $5,000. '
In addition to the amounts due the 0n aoof
overdrafts, there was $309,000 due on notes
ind bills receivable. Of these assets a very laree
proportion is represented by notes of persons hooees&ly
Insolvent, and supported by no security or nv
nsufflclent security. Among these are stlth, BolIng
? Ca, call loan for $10,000: Gov. William E.
%flSEFi1kJ22?Il W * Mahone!
Edward Whyte is the only member, $58,000; c. W
splcer, about $ao.ooo. **
The committee say that Got. Cameron and Gen.
pal.d tbe amount of their overdrafts
8tnce ^ affaire of the bank have
Pja??** hi the trustees' bands. Senator Gaines
collaterals were considered at the time the
oaM were made to Oct. Cameron good for the
!?0Wtt Of his notes, but have since grSSy StS?
lat?L The committee have not yet asceKafaxi
w 10 prosecution, and
hejr conclude their report by alleging th2 tK
j^jai run In the most thaotiesianf profligate
Telegrams to The Star.
Nebraska RepuMicaiis, Wisconsin Grailixtcrs. ail
FRENCH SUCCESS IN CHINA.
Progress of the Bombardment.
THE WARRANT AGAINST GOVERNOR IRELANO.
THE POLITICAL FIELD.
Republican Nomination* In XfbrMka.
umiha, Nkb., August SK.?At the republican convention
last evening c Dewey Henry sprl?k, s. C.
Smith, John Macklu. a ud A. L. Burr were nominated
electors. Gov. Jioi?-s E. Dawt s w as renominated.
H. H. Shedd was nominated lot lieutenant
governor; Jul. Kogyen, secretary of state; Cliarles
11. WiUard, treasurer; 11. 11. BalK-ock lor ..uditor;
W. W. Jones for sui*enntendeii! or education; W.
Leese for attorney general; Joseph Scott, comnii>slonerof
public lauds and bull?llngs; Caspar K.
Yost, chalrimu or the state centra. committee,
(ireenbarkrrn and Aiiti>>lwn?|H?li?l?
Ticket in %%i*coiii?in.
Milwackkk, Wis., August 2S.?The greenbackers
and anti-moiiopoil>ts yesterday bomluated a state
ticket as follows: Governor, colonel Wm. L. Utley;
lieutenant governor, MUtou Ford; secretary or
state, G. W. Jones; state treasurer, Tht-odore
Shuman; attorney general, M. W. Stevens; superintendent
or public Instruction, 1 ?r. H. S. Hnwn;
railroad commissioner, John Keefer; Insurance
commissioner, J. B. KusseiL
Platform and Ticket of the Michigan
Lansing, Mich.. August 28.?Yesterday afternoon
the union prohibition convention adopted resolutions
recognizing God as the niler of all; asking t tie
support of ever> voter In opposing th? liquor traffic,
and of all desiring better government and civil service
reform; pledging the party to favorable action
In behalf or the interests or laboring nieu; regarding
It as Inexpedient to fu^e; favoring woman suffrage,
and endorsing the platform ot the national
prohibition convention. Candidates were nominated
as follows: For governor, l>avld Preston;
lieutenant governor, Alon/o Sherwood: treasurer,
A. B. Cheney; secretary ot state. Zachirtuli * has- :
auditor general, O. E. Downing; commissioner of
the state land office, Barcus; attorney general,
J. H. Tateui: suijerlntendeut oi public instruction,
Jos. B. Sleeve; member ot the board of education,
Isaac W. Mackeeve; electors at lar^e, Kev. John
Russell, FroL Samuel Dickie.
The Confrekftional I'ijlit in tbe Fourth
Petersbcrg, Va., August UK?Intense Interest Is
felt as to the result of the congressional convention,
which is to be held here to-morrow to Dominate
candidates for Congress from the fourth district.
In some Instanit-s a dual set of delegates has
been elected. The Indications are that two separate
conventions will be held, senator Malione Is here
for the purpose, it is believed, of securing the nomination
of CoL James D. Brady. Gov. Cameron,
whose recent letter has created such a stir, is expected
here to-day, and will address an anti-Brady
republican mass meeting to-night. The governor
has been kept constantly advised as to all political
movements here, and It is even hinted he may be
the nominee of the convention to-morrow.
THE TEXAS TKOIRLES.
The Warrants for Uor. Ireland and
Galveston, Texas, August 28.?Returns upon
the federal warrants issued by Commissioner Spoun
In the suit of the United states against John ireland
and others were made yesterday. The warrant
for Gov. Ireland was endorsed by Marshal
Tracy as follows:?"Not execu'ed, b cause this writ
does not show that the offense charged comes
under that portion of section 5510, Revised statutes
United states, wiilch Is In forte, that is, which
has not been declared void (ad Otto, 5421). but
merely charges fc violation of seaion 5510 of Revised
Statutes, the defendant herein, W. B., not
found in my district.*'
Six other defendants In the case, including Superintendent
Thomas J. Goree, or the Huutsvllle
penitentiary, with five penitentiary guards, appeared
before the comm:ssloner yesterday afternoon
in charge or the United suit's deputy marshal.
This hearing was continued untli to-day.
Suicide at a Hotel.
Louisville, Kt., August 28.?President John Cromle,
of the North Lake Ice company, committed
suicide at his hotel In this city last night.
The Gordon Kellef Expedition*
London, August 28.?Gen. Lord Wolsely, the
newly appointed oommander-ln-clilef of tbe British
forces in Egypt, proj>uses to reach Dongoia with
the Gordon relief expedition by November 7. He
declares his confidence tbat be will be able to accomplish
this program without difficulty. There
are only six cataracts to pass, whereas in the lied
River expedition, In INTO, he was compelled to drag
his boats overland at 46 different places.
Racing in England To-day.
damirtta wins the okeat torkshike stakes.
London, August 28.? At the York August meeting
to-day the race for the Great Yorksiiire stakes tor
three-year olds was won by Rothschild's Oily baml- ,
etta; Jardlne's colt Borneo second, snarry's Ally
Orphan Agnes third.
Death of Ex-Con grew* wan Phillip*.
Philadelphia. August 28.?Henry M. Phillips
died at one o'clock this morning, ag?*d seventytliree
years. He was a member of the Ihlrty-Qlih
Fire In Newark, !U. J.
Newark, N. J., August 28i?At 2:30 this morning
a fire broke out In building 255 and 25? .Market
street, occupied,on the flrst floor, by Martin Burnes'
grocery store, the second, third and fourth floors by '
J. A. Bannister's shoe factory. The flames spread
all through the second, third ahd fourth floors, and
they were completely gutted. Burnes' stock was t
damaged by water. Bannister's factory was totally ,
destroyed. The loss Is est imated at $100,000 on t he ,
building and contents, which Is partlady covered
by insurance, in foreign companies. The origin ot 1
the Are Is unknown. i
V. r. meetino in new vork?the coal roads?*18SOl'kl
pacific?the canadian railways.
New York, August 28.?At the meeting of the executive
committee of the Union Pacific railroad yes- j
terday, S. RCallaway, recently of the Grand Trunk,
and president of the Chicago and Western Indiana
railroad, was elected general manager in place of K.
H. H. Clark resigned. Plans were discussed for
funding or liquidating the floating debt, but no actlon
was taken. It Is said that the company has
received an offer for the purchase of $3,000.000 first
mortgage St. Joseph and Western bonds that the
company owns, provided that the bonds under the
plan of reorganization can be made a lien of on the !
entire line ot property of that company. The pro- 1
oeeds from the sale of these bonds, together witn ;
those from $2,000,000 collateral trust Tx>nds, will J
J>ay the floating debt estimated at f5.ooo.ooo. Pres- I
dent Adams says no part of the floating debt 18 1
| pressing. 1
1 At the St. Paul meeting yesterday only routine
J business was transacted. Vice President Wads- '
I worth denied that the companv proposes to Issue
any new securities. He said the company was not :
in need of money; In fact, 1? had over $1,100,000 cash ;
In bank. Tbe company does not Intend to build ,
any new road during the year.
Humors affecting the coal roads are In clrcula- '
tlon caused by overproduction. It Is believed that
a still further restriction In mining will be ordered j
, In September. ;
George Gould has been appointed assistant pres- :
ldent of the Missouri Pacific road. :
There are rumors of a rupture between Canadian J
Pacific and Manitoba railway systems. Canadian ]
Pacific Is said to be looking for an eastern con- J
nectlon which will not Include Manitoba North- ,
era Pacific Is regarded as the most leasible. ;
A Fluctuating Stock Market. ,
New yore, August 28, ll a m ?The stock mar- i
ket opened firm, but soon weakened. Prices de- i
cllned K to 1 per cent, the latter In Union Pacific, t
which fell off to 50*,'. At tbe present time, how- <
ever, speculation is strong, with many shares at c
the highest point of the morning. Business mod- t
erate. The leading shares tend flat at 1-32 per cent ]
for use. ,
Noon.?The stock market continued strong until i
shortly after ll a. m, when a moderate selling i
movement set in and prices yielded j* to \% per \
cent. Louisville and Nashville scored the greatest i
decline, selling down to aey.
Foreign New* by Cable. 1
THE HYGIENIC CONGRESS. ;
The Hague, August 28.?The hygienic congress \
has concluded its session. It will meet next time 1
in Vienna. r
A BULGARIAN BISHOP MURDERED. ^
So pi a, August SB.?a Bulgarian bishop, named _
Hadji Theophlle, was recently murdered near .
Monastlr. It is alleged that the crime was InaU- _
gated by Bishop Anaiyos. the Greek Metropolitan. u
Jay-Ey* See and Phallae. 1
EVERYTHING READY POR THE TRIAL OP SPEED TO- t
New York, August SB.?Tbe morning Is line, tbe p
wind light and the conditions for fast time at Pros- o
pect park fair grounds to-day are favorable. The b
manager o( Jay-Eye-See and Pballas reports that a
tbe track is In excellent condition, and that the u
trotters are fit for the task of reducing tbe record.
Edward Btther will handle both bones. He Is reported
to be especially confident tbat Pballas will *
lower tbe stallion record of fcisfc. Tbe trials will d
not be made until three o'clock or later. p
the president at weitpobt.
H? i?lnrd by tike PMtautorOtMnJ*
Pmtidknck. August ss ? Pneuiaarer tianeral
>reshain arrived at Newport this morning. Tbe
?xerctws a l the torpedo station b-van at II o'clock.
*Uen the Proidful *is weired by curt. }<e. fridge
wd given a saiui# of ttfty torpedoea The hull of
tbe Joseph Henry w as biown into ntoms by contact
torpedo electrically controlled The Triana
afterward weut out and fred gun oottoa urpedoca
PHH'ATi; M i:\KV1 BODY.
Another Consultation T?Hl>f?
New \okk, august ite ?Coroners lery and mb
inson bad another consultation at4^>veruor*tniand
to-day *Uh Col. Perry, nyardttn? the ribunikUoa
of Private Henry's body. it ? i> decided thai lb*
coroners shall >i*k Vlss l>ora Buck to tend proof
that sti<- is Henry's lister. ?if ?lie funUntiew UM
necessary proof, Mid Coroner l/?vy. "we nrtll at
once proceed with the examination.6
THE FlUHTIMi IX (HIXAa
The nincan tort* MtrnrH and lb*
Klnpnl torts ltr?tru} cd.
I/>>rDoy, August 2K.?A dispatch from Shanghai
of yesterday says: "Tbe Miugaa forts belowFooc
how were ntiaily silenced i ueaday evening. Today
a heavy caunouade lias t>t*u kept up between
the French fleet and the Kjnj-al for's, w hlcli are
situated at the northern mouth of the Mln river."
A dispatch to the wlil<h lert Foo-chow at *
p. to. to-day, say a; ' 1 he Kinpai i.irts have been deal
Lonpon, aucust en.?a dispatch from tbe Poo.
Chow correspondent of the 7\ ues say*; I have
Jusi retui ikn! truni Klu|K'i. All Hie deleaves along
the Mln river are gone, l he *'tittup troope boited.
1 he French fleet can iHtLbtrj, tint the o*.? upatlou
or the main land is linposalble.
tue french rtRUOIIKT not to vkkt.
Pari*. augu>t c*.?prime Minister Ferry has no
lnu-nUoD at present of smitinouut? parliament to
meet. He says that owing to c hina's treachery ||
ban Iwu impossible to treat bar like a clvuued
CniVKS* ikmt cbakgk.
Shanghai, August sn ??. tiaug s, l"ung, a Tartar,
general In the province of Kian? su, has levn apIx>lni?M
high commissioner tor the uorth and south.
J Hum; * hang retains tbe govertion?tup of ive
Chi l.l only, Tso T>*iug l*abg takes commando!
the troops in the south.
okkkhep to tiainak.
P*Rts, August as.?Admiral courbet has been or*
dered to occupy Hainan after taking hoe Lung.
A XfW l?rk Villace IV*trofrd by Eire*
Watertow n*, N. Y., Autrust ?.?a ltirgo part ot
the business jioitton ot the village of Adams, Jefferson
county, was destroys! by fire this morning.
'1 he following establishments were buru\l: Loraa
htpley's harness shop, ? harii-s K. Clark s saloon,
John It. Gilbert's clothing store, H. K. Fox's drug
store. Chandler ? Lameon's boot and shi?e store. J.
it brow n's grocery store. Arms a Hu?gert<r<i'* dry
goods store, I). E. l ay lor's dry goods store, A. fcKilt
y's clothing store, Cuwies A overtoilsgrocery,
lapley's boot and sli(?' si ore, s A. Barney's Jewelry
store. Miss l. .1. huiiocks miiaut-ry, Mrs. Helen
Mc.MUes' millinery, th** Artain- coll?vlate Instituta
and many law und other olhii's. 1 he insurance la
not known. The total loss is fstlmated a! |2u0,U0U.
'1 tie tire department of VV atertown went to the ashlst.vtu-e
ot the Adams tin-men and ts?ve<l the rest
of the town, the Adams department being unable
to cope with the Balms, '1 he origin ol the Ore la
Death of Cviumik%ioner Hulterworth'a
CIVCISVATI, Anpust VS.?'William Hutterwortli,
father of ihe Hon. iieujamln Uutterworth. commissioner
eit p.?t'tits died sudJeniy last nightatbls
rujaeiice in Warren county, ohlo.
Dlsrakod Cattle killed.
Cthcaoo. August M.?The visit of I)r. Paaren.
state veterinarian, to Elmhurst vestetxlav r<*sulted
In kUUng ten Jersey cuw s, appraised at Ki.uuo. Their
luntrs were found to show uioivor less d'H^id'Hl
traces of pleuro pneumonia. In some caaes the
lungs adher-.M Prmly to the nbs aud were decidedly
The Pra?-(l?-e bhlpa.
ann a rot. tB, Augu'-t an.?The practice ships Dale
find constellation arrived at the naval academy
this morning, tadeis will tie given leave of al^
senee ou ^iiurdny uutil lo o\ lock on the morning
or ?>epieint>er 'Kit 1l The Iiale and Constellation
will be put out of commission on Monday.
Xo Colluaioia with the Envelopes Con
A statement has b- tn published to the effect thai
the contract for official euveloi?e9 for the Fust Office
department recently annulled by the i'oetmastet
General called.for sizes which only the Kellogg
firm could make, and, then-fore, showed collusion
with the contractors. Third Assistant Postmaster
t.eneral Hazen, under whose supervision these contracts
are made, says thai the protKjsal for the contract
followed the old rule as to siz?s that bad been
In use ever since bis connection with the department.
Tlie advertisement for new proposals atiecln?*stbe
same sizes, but, to make the competition
greater, provides that contractors may furnish
sized larger than those named if they choooe. OM
of the highest officials of the department told a
Star reporter to-day that the rumors of tbe
removal of Gen. Hazen are unfounded. He said
that nothing reiiectjiig upon Gen. ll izen a integrity
or impairing the confidence of the Fosimaaver General
in him had arisen.
How SliMiwlppi t an ho Carried Cor
organized effort and somk movzt uiii1111
fcspecially tbk movev.
Ex-Senator Alcorn, ot Mississippi, has been la
correspondence with the republican managers with
regard to the canvass In that state. He is satisfied
that the state can be carried for Blaine with or*
ganlzation and effort., lie believes that money
will bring out the coiored vot*- ana that a fair count
can be had. But the trouble is the republican*
haven't the money.
Naval Orders.?Lieut. Commander R. D. Hitchcock
has b?*en detached from the navy yard. New
York, and ordered to command the Nina; Passed
Assistant KnglneerJ. H. Perry has been detached
from the navy yard. New York, and ordered to the
Nina; Ensljn George p. Blow has beeu ordered to
the navy yard, Norfolk.
Secretary Fouier's health.?There was nothing
received at the Treasury department to-day in
regard to the health of Secretary Folger. The Act*
ing secretary, .Mr. coon, receiv?-d the usual budget
ol ^ajK-rs to-day from the Secretary with a note.
Capt. Samtel M. Mills, 5th artillery,will, during
the absence of the chief signal offi'-er. take charge
of the office of the latter and jieriorm his duties.
Army Orders.?Leave of absence for niM
months, from October 2, with permission to go beyond
sea, Is granted Capt. Henry II. Humphreys,
15th intantry. Leave of absence for four months, to
take effect when relieved. Is granted c'apc Marcus
E. Taylor, assistant surgeon. I', s. army. 1st
Lieut. John a. Payne, l'.t h infantry, is relieved
from duty at Columbus barracks, Ohio, and ordered
lo Join his company in the department ot Texas.
Tragedy in n School Boom.
A l0ve-61ck teacher. shoots his ascutakt 4Kb
The residents of the quiet \ lllage of Markdale on
Che Toronto, Grey and Bruce railway, in Bruce
county, Ontario, were horrliied on Monday morning
by the report of a tragedy w hlcb occurred at the
school house. A Toronto dispatch says: From the
statements of those In the school at the time it ap>
pears that at about il o'clock in the morning, w hen
the school was dismissed for Intermission, Mr.
Norris, the head teacher of the Markdale school,
shot M iss Ford, the second teacher. Three shot*
took effect?one in the race, below the cheek bone
and two in i be side of the head. Those in the bead
made flesh wounds only. 'J he one in the face is
still lodged at the side oi the upper maxillary.
Norrls then shot himself, the ball entering the
skull over the right eye and lodged somewhere la
the brain. He expired In about one hour. Tbe sulfide
and would-be murderer was an unmarried
man, iM years of age. He came to Markdale
from Lyonshead, county of Bruce, on January 1 of
the present year, and began teaching. He alwaye
conducted himself in an orderly manner, and gave
universal satisfaction as head teacher in the Marklale
public school, where three teachers are engaged.
During the earn part of the present summer
he paid attentions to the unfortunate young
iady. Miss Ford. For several weeks past he haa
av olded her because she discouraged him.
On the day of the terrible tragedy the teacben
rere All on duty as usual. At the forenoon intermission
Norrls went rrom Ills room Into the room at
* ss Ford, where they were engaged in conYeraaJon
for more than half an hour. While leaning
s lih her elbow on her desk and her hand on her
lace, Norrls approached the other side of U?e desk.
He then asked her to marry him, and she replied
No." He thereupon drew a revolver from hie
jocket and fired at ber, the ball going between ber
Ingers and Into her face. She immediately dodged
jrider the desk. He then caught her by the arm
R ltb his leit hand and dragged her out and flred
wo more shot*, which struck ner in tbe bead, aa
is fore stated, she then ran out, screaming, to tbe
Irvt dwelling, about one hundred yards away. Dnt
iprouie, member of parliament, of Markdale, and
clam hart, ol owen Sound, an- attending the young
ady, and up to the present uaie have not extracv*d
the ball which entered her face, fcbe Ilea in
weak condition, and may not recover, aa aba haa
ost a large quantity of blood. Noma, before morng
from tbe place w here be shot her. lied onoahot
it himself, the ball entering his right temple. He
iropped to the floor insensible, never spuke, and
lied in about an hour afterward. Two or three
-blidren were in the room during the tragedy. Mia
p'ord is an exemplary young lady, under10 years oC
iga Her people live about a mile out of tbe Yllage.
ber father having a large grist milk Mr. Ford
tnd his family are highly esteemed, and they have
Jie deepest sympathy of tbe whole community,
['he greaieM excitement prevails.
On* Mobs Ukporyckat*.?Pott Jefferson, L. L,
in intense excitement over die trouble ot MH
iellie Walker, tbe daughter of OoL Louis A.
Valker, a prominent poutlclan and leader ot the
Tee Bay party. Miss Walker waa visiting at the
esidenoe of Mr. Addison Hulae at FerryYilla, a
mall farming settlement two tnllea from that place.
Ir. Huiae's son Connie wae ber acknowledged
aooru Last w eek Mm Walker Informed her father
hat Connie had betrayed ber under promise at
carriage, and she swore eat e warrant lor bin
ivebL He was taken before a Justice, aad when
be girl met him ? heart-rending scene ensued.
lias Walker clung to ber betrayer beeeechtng a*?^
o marry her and save ber from ruin. Her cries
rere in vain, aa Huh* did not heed them. Tbe
oor creature then fainted and waa earned oet of
oun. Hardly a dry eye was seea In the room, aad
er father vowed vengeance do the young maa.
nd still aaye he will shoot him. HulaewaeMl
nder bond to await developments. ""
Capt. Payne, of Oklahoma fame, now In custodr
t Fort Smith, Arkanaaa, was latennewed rnteray,
and stated that be desired to have hia eaM
roperly adjusted in the courte.
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