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Vol. 07-Xa 10,019. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1885. TWO CENTS. | ui
THE EVENING STAR
FUBLISHED DAILY, Exempt Snoila;,
AT THE STAR BUILDINGS.
Sorthweit Comer Peaiuytoaau Are. ai.d lltn by
llie Lu'unig V.ar Nrflropaprr Ompaujr,
GEO. W. ADAMS. Pre* U
Twr Fvrtrxo Star is ?erv?>d u> wh?crit*f? In the
rit- by carriers. on their o-i n account, at lo ifnw per
wwk' or 44c. p**r month, i at Ibe counter, 2
ituts each Hy mail?postage i repaid? 5o Ctull a
month; ere y?ar. $?. mx mouuw. ?.>.
[> ritif 1' " aa^ingtou. D. C..M
second-class uiiU: ntatter. t
Thk Wiiklv Stak?published on Friday?$1 a
year. postage prupaid. ftix mnntrts. ,">0 cents.
?*" All niaii subscriptions mist be paid ui udwoea
ii> jwper >?l lunger than to paid for.
R.:es *?l advertising marie known on application.
PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, ETC.
^|^HlKl)d?KI 1> SKCON i?OKA>'D
X fcV ENI v i. iX UK8IO.V,
liuier au"pic.*s of
VOl Xt. Jli.N ft iUBLK CLASS
OI THK i HRIS1 IaN CHURCH.
On the Palace ftteauier l.ady of the Lake,
T e Queen oi the i*<>t< mac.
To INDIAN ihAD audK i irn
Boat will leave at 5:3?? p. m. an J return at 10 p. m.,
i K1 DAV. JULY 17. 1?S5.
Ticketson:y 26 cents. An elegant Lunch Table at
saute low and popular prices.
t .et ii'b Ls ui Uie lU/iii, i.th-sireet wlia f.
Bar 1'om lively CUmeil jyl4-3t
MUSltH AU>Wi Ll/S BRASS AND sTlil NO
B.V.N 1). Fir-t-< a>j iiiusi iui nished > n all'<cca8;
ms. Ord rs left at The ltriglil'>ii,_42l l?h u.w.,
|>iuu| tly attended to. KraiJcuif it.&~ i'st. n. ?'.
j>T4-lw*
4 lOLONlAI. 1! A' II. ~
STEAM KR T V ARROWS}! JTH
Every I ut iUj, Wednesday, i iiurwlay and ftunday.
From 7th st. wharf s::? a.tu., 3 hours at the teach;
back at 1U p.m.
Good bathing: ssood sea lie dmuer.
1 are,roi.n l irip:ciiiid eii, 25c. jvl3-lm
Ir*.\sTKKN LOD tTno. 7, I. O. tt F., INVITi-S
Liits friends to a an t excursu.il, on the st amer
rrow-mith. to Coloni.il Beach. Thursday, Ju.) lo,
1 ii^a. lv,...-.iier w .if. loot 0t'7?ll st-,al--:;;0
a a!u . rli I.in iislim ..sidling undo her
amusements, with good n?u-io. Dinner at hotel or on
ti> txi.'.i '**' luncu to > e had on ihe boat, Commit:
i ; nanes Alien. M. U , J. W. Uarner, E. K. Hopfen
o .ier. < . c. Aimerson, J. E. Crauipton, Peter
3 ha tz P. iiuire.
T .c^eis: Adult s. OO cents; Children, under 10 years,
2.,c uis. jy13-3t
PK'NK'k
"t i sMOrOLITAN CLUB PARK." In Summy
Woods, is ii'-v open for members and their families
foi hu.ch and ~-ti day "* h->ol Picnics. Not a more
beaut :ul iiia > in the iilsi. let. O.ily about ten minutes
walk from It i and 14th st. extension cars.
No ladies, unless a< comp<4Uied by a member ol the
Club, will in? a.lJUit.ed. Jyll-3t
HARviONV LODOI-^ Na 21. K. OF P..
Will - i e their aiinu.tl l?i<-nic at liuethler s Park
on WEDNESDAY EVENING, July 15.
Tickets. J..C. jyll-4t*
"1??AMILY EXCURSIONS TO OLYMONT EVERY
A ft A I L' Kl >A V. commencing June ?>th. ilary Waslv
ln^ton leaver at 9 a. ui.. hai k t ti p. m. A good I and
on 'nxit and pavilion. For tickets ZO cents; childi' u.
lo cent-. Or -ptc.Uf rates lo clubs or schools. Call at
T1U.M riL V ft PiClin-e ft tore, 6'J7 7th st.
jylO-lm 1. K. TKEMBLY, r-xcursiou Manager.
MIITESTfUK15 CENfs!
Everv TUI SDAY. THURSDAY and S VTURDAY
\l i'kk -OON during the summer, commencing July
14. 1SJS5.
Oiiidrt'n f5ree.
Leave &3U p.m. returning just before dark.
Steamer Jon i W. Thompson, Gth street wharf, tert&inus
Tth and 9th street ears.
Come and save the babies. J."9-2w
Fk raUSK>r~I rchestra remains ln the
city durinx the whole season, and w ill furnish
Mu-ic as heretofore !'or Excursions. Picnics, Burge
Parti"S, etc., at reasonable rates. Residence, W1
south Carolina ave. s.e. je-2-lm*
JJillAFEL POINT! CHAPEL POINT7~
LONG BRANCH OF THE POT< iMAO
3^i HOURS AT THE BEACH.
Commencing SUNDAY, June 28 the
STEAMER GEO. LAW
Will leave daily from steamer George Leary'a wharf,
>xcept Mondays and Fridays, 8:45 a.m. sharp, and return
9vJO p.m.
Round trip 50 cts. MeaW at the Point 50 cti
Pro!. Schroeder's Orchestra.
(J. W. BAUER, Owner.
P. S.?No excursion Tuesday July 7th. jel9
K" O! THETTitEAT FA'LLft AND CABIN JOHN'S
BRIDGE.
The Steam Packet K\( T.L^IOR w!M nake resular I
trips during the season to tin almve ixiintseveiy SI N- I
DA Y.TUESDAY aid FRIDAY, leaviii^ her wharf, ;
corner of lli- h st. and Canal, at s o'clock a.m., sharp.
Fare for round trip 50C. Hoat can be chartered on al- :
te; iwte ihtvs F>>r information apply at office of J. G.
and J. M. Waters. 1047 llJSh St. ueoruetown.
je25--^M*
ClHAPEl. PlH NT ? ORGANIZATIONS CAN
make arrrancement for TUESDAYS. THl'liSliAYS
and sA'iL RDAVft; tther points MON DA YS
Hi 1 KRIDAYs. Appiy to ti. W. Bauer. 7th street
whart je-6-itu*
~| OVER CEDAR PtJlNT,
The popular Watering Place of Washington fans.
Th* safe. ?wtflai d magnihct'i-tste nier ARMENIA
w:ll le4ve her whur:, foot of 7Ui st^ daily, except Satordays,
al9a.ni.
Aruei.ia ~l.?p- at Alexandria on Mondays, Wednesdays
arid Fridays oniy. 1 are uOc. round trip. Children.
iic. Dinui r on the grounds 5<ic.
For further inti.rmation and cnariers to societies
and cxirporaiions appiy to
0. L SHERIFF S Coal Offices,
328 and 1114 Pa. ave..
Je24 And at Steamer's wharf, loot ef Tth st.
STEAMER CORCORAN.
fttmday Excursion to Marshall HalL
Boat wUl leave her wharf, at toot of Tth street, at 10
am. and 3 p.m. Returning al 1 and 8 p.m.
Fare round trip, uoc.
First class Catering at the Hail. Je23-3m
VTTENT ION! AftS<> J1 Ai ION ft A N11 CLUBsT ia
Pistorio's Orchestra Ls not connected wltii l-ower
L'edar Point this s? a-on. and can be en^agtsl on re?ji
na? e term-11 r ex> r si : 13, picnics, dtc. Address Tib
\nd L sis. n w.; si5 Est.se. jes-6w?
lSSo EXCURSION SEASON 18S5
ON TH*
BALTIMORE A OHIO R. R
EVERY MON DAY", commencing June 22, to
PEN MAR
Round trip rate. $1.50. Limited to 300 persons.
(>eave Washington at 8 a.m. Returning, arrive at
o.mEVERY
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY*, Commencing
Juue '-3, to
HARPERS FERRY AND BYRNES' ISLAND,
On the Potomac.
Round trip rate. $1. Limited to 200 persons. Leave
XVu. h iijjtuu 10:? v> a-m. Returnhig. arrive at ~:'M p.m. '
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND EVERY OTH>;R j
SUNDAY, to
1.URAY caverns
Commencing June 24. Round trip rate. $3.50.
I>-ave Wa-bin^ton a 19. Returning, arrive at
9:15 p.m.
Ever> in Wet calls for a reserved seat on these excorstons.
ft?-i-ure your tickets at ttl9 and 1351 Peon- :
jyivama aveuue, and al di , i>i on the morning ot the i
excursion. jeia-zm i
OC? IXil'AX FALLS. VA I
ft4-e!ier>- o' the Potomac.
17ie ?tean)e: .1 ?l;Y WAft.i iN'.T??N willmakean
eX' ,ir^: 11 t! t . .e .dioVe ( ,a< e I Vi.ltY MONDAY'
ANi> Wi .N DAY, leuviii, -.Tenth street whart
al V rf r iiii ui > i .ui. .ik.c*. rouiul trip, ioc.
JjHAUciu^ ou .1 1. e ?1 rv iiowii a.id kmcfc.
GLVMO.NT I V KY M l I'KDAY 9 A. M.. K?- !
i URN IN' AT tt P M,
SUNDAY AFTERNOON IXCURSSOS.
The vt a.ii'T M vRl W'A-lll.N . 1'i.V will make
ex?-ursio?; trij'S l.Vi.UY sUNl'AY. leaving at .4 p.
m . tet i n. _* .it ft p.m.
T.ek t-. _. c roii d trip.
] :ni- i.i ikuiid on the-*excursions.
N<- 00 . :. i...ole luitiri a:ii<we>i vn 'ooard.
fti.-uiiie: lor u.^Urr lor jiarsiiall H.dl, i>lymont and
II: I pvU'Lv
j.? V- S. 1:aM)AI,L Manager.
KE1.P 4 GOLASD > NJ< >% LI FE " ~
1 UN I' ll : V, RVBODY.
s^y 'i <1 F i e* t.| ftalixiu r l> ave Tth st.w^arf:
WAKi.KiKL.1 ' a.:.... '.? :.d..v. Thursday mid
r ior .di ; e ft u.inii r Ilescrts and River i
1_. <i -J*. RlJOWft>l 1 I 11 ft:. <? a.m . I ue-lay.
Weiine?ih?y tid riiursdj-.v. and 't a.m ftiii:d..v, ior
t OLoNIAL Ji.iA- II Dili,.CI'.
Mi-k bv io..ii> j>.m. i i i Y o. was iinoTon. and
CITY 'Of Al . XANiiRlA h ave hour.y fur Alexandi.a.
Va.. r. in'! a in. to T:16p-m.. every day: 12
n.: - on t.>e i t m.ic for 15c.
t. jov the c?j..l i :ver oree^e and
.-AY c. THE iJABIKS.
See schedules. C. W. RID! KY.
jel5-lia Manager.
^ l h-UlEK CURCORAN EXCL'R^ioN.
Tlie owner* of the srennier W. W. I'nrmrsn l.nve
p! relia ilai <1 wi11msni:ih Hie manu-emenl >. - .rsha
1 II.UL D.nly :ii-?i;.i:i, e x : it, , \% di I ; eu
* J*"l 'or 1?di . ii. i Lil liei. Ai~ lute <>-Uer
w :i; Ij, pi e-erivii i n t ie u. c i its. 1 !:t ti.hle ; irm ti !
Win*) Ilie narWc a.!"<> . s l.u n il, -s. , \v<l. and (. ? .
Ii I. t al : m n. a w.iyM,u h.tii't Sli alii' r 1 ave. tVi ry
?"i in...: ..i ? oel.c-i. reuirniog at i ciock. ? are,
Vl'T1 '"p lo ulyiuolit and Marsiiaii
Hail. t_li 1<1. en. 1., *?-iils. ii^wlil
1 HE N KW l^ALTlM' RE" llAKOE.
NINE sj/F> Jl'sT OUT Wi lli THK LAT?iT '
IMPROVF.MKNTs. CHLll' I'KIi"I., BUT !
FIRST-* LA*- IN IVKRY ItE-l'E I". '1 HERE IS !
NOT HI NO IN THE M ARK El EviCAL TO IT.
HIE ECONOMY ti Aft move Ijs THE 1SE-T I
?KLLlNi.VlOVE. Aft KVERY ONL LslNUTi.l.M 1
TAKES PLEASURE IN 1 LLLI.Mj 'IHtiH
FRIENDS ABOUT IT.
iUVWAiw i HUTCHINSON.
JeW 424 iiTH STREET
1 1IE ELEBRATED
DYCKERHoFF l*ORll.A\l> fKMKNT
The ?iroiifcen. and Iwl know n to Uie trade.
H. E CRANFORD,
Sole Agent ior Distru-t jf Columbia,
Office?14is F si. o.w.
Warehouse? H. J- Biseoe ? wliari. io?*i o? loth st. s.w.
Orders pn>mpjy hueil and di-liveries made to any
part oi I e city.
PAVEMENTS.
GRANOLITHIC, ART.Kl* IAL STUNK,
AftPUALTCM. NEl'f HATEL .MASTIC.
streei-. s.dev?a.ks, stabler. iia.s. nieut and Cellar
Floors, or wherever a solid. ?aiootb axol durable
pavement or Hour v. required.
Oner- or.,oi|?iI . *iu ik-< d 11. and all work fcuarautecd
tor ihe let iu ut hve } nus.
NOTICE.
All representations thai tlie above work,as now perlorm<d
by me i.s an intr.ngeiuviit oi any rU/hta ot
others, ur that any c>>urt u? so i.etd, in incorrect.
1 guaiantee a.I patrons of luy work agauiai any 1
C-auii- ur ?uiU .or dai^agi.n
H. L. CRAN'l'ORD.
1418 F ii. w.
T?ienhi.ire call No. sbL mm, <iai
AMUSEMENTS.
( ? RA^D THEATRICAL iXi'IRs OX, FRIDAY
*"EVi NINO. Jolv IT, lb;-5. on (lie Mary Washington.
MnonHght. Melody and Minstrelsy, (.'hurley
Grea; . Eugene Maaft. Hilly Williams. Johnny Muck,
Halj li T'.wult-y. J< hn W. Htckey. "lb. ni;\> Hunley.
Arlliigtou Uuarie te. Boat loa\es 7th-street wharl
p ui.. returning for ^-tret-l <jars. Tickets?Gents,
60c. Ladies, 25c. Jyl4-3t*_
1 ^OKIlX LAST NIGHT BI T ONE.
Marvelous Mexican Music.
The Audience Wild With Ecst.tlc Applause.
No such Musical Success for Years.
TV PICA ORQUESTRA MtilCANA!
Seats Reserved. .summer prices. Jyl4
~V LBAUGH S GRAN DOPE R A HOUSE
tVKRY EVENING-SATUP.DAY MATINEE
lot an i he.
Admission, 25 cents. Reser-.?d Scat-, 50 cents.
Jvl3 Ni XT WEl-K ?FA TiN iTZA.
} ?KI(Wt WOO I>llKlVI.N(. HA It K HACKS. JCLY
>22d.?2:4'?class. purse. $75: 3 mm ile class, purse,
S5o. Vj mile heat running race, bind entries to above
t.ark. COFFIN A LICH aU. Jyl3-^t?
THEATER COMIOUF.
SUMMER GARDEN.
TTTIs WEEK
James Reilley's Burlesque Troupe and Annie
Kennedy's Living statues.
SENSATION FROM ENTRANCE TO EXIT.
MATiNEES?TL"Es?DAY. TllUilsDAY, AND
SATURDAY. jyl3-0t
jyjX'SICAL AND LiTKHAHY CONCERT BY
EQUAL LODGE. NO. 17. K. OF P.,
MASONIC TEMPLE. JULY 15, 1885.
Tickets, entitling every lady to a fan. 25c. For sale
at the door on the night of entertainment and at the
following well-known business places: W. G. METZEROTT
A CO., 903 Pennsylvania avenue; N.BUNCH
314 and 3IObin st n.w.: ?l. G. KLL.IS, oii tl st. u.w.
and Jonadab Heartfpn.rtei'% 1209 7th sl n.w. Two
Handsome Gold Watches and a Uniform of the 5th
Rank, K. of P.. will be voud lor and presented to (lie
successful contestant. jyH,14,15-3t
IR Y~TA ST LfcfPARK]
Located on 14th street road, near Mt Pleasant
cars poMS?'ssiiiK neaulilul and natural scenery, with a
new grand pavilion spacious grounds, sprinars. lakes,
Ac.. 5c , may be secured for pic-nics. Apply to
J. T. KNOTT,
Jy6-lm 142S New York avenue.
C1ARL1NS SPRING*.-OPEN FOR THE~SUM/
mrr. in good order and ready for Picnics.
Now is the time to enlace.
Je29-aw? J. E. F. C'ARLIN.315 12tli at. s.w.
LADIES GOODS.
?J. C. Hutchinson.
IMPORTER.
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
MILLINERY.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS. BONNETS,
FLOWERS AND i-TAMINE SCARFS AT AND
BELOW COST.
LATEST STYLES FOR THE SEASHORE AND
COUNTRY IN SHADE HATS.
CLOAKS.
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT OX SPRING WRAPS.
10 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON RAGLANS AND
CLOTH COSTUMED
HANDSOME SILK SUITS $27.
10 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON DRESSTRIMMINGS,
BUTTONS. FRINGES. BRAIDS, Ac.
SPECIAL STYLES IN JERSEYS AT LOW PRICES.
WHITE SUITS.
FRENCH DRESSING SACQUES AT GREAT BAR
GAINS.
PARASOLS AT COST.
FOSTER SILK AND TAFFETA GLOVES AND
MITTS 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
7 Cite Trevise. Paris. 907 Pa. ava
Jv3
^Vt .Actual Cost.
ENTIRE STOCK OF TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
HATS AND BONNETS.
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS at and below actual
coat
MRS. M. J. HUNT,
Jyl 1309 F Streit Northwest.
Mme J. f*. Palmer,
NO. 1107 F STREET NORTHWEST,
Will offer her entire stock of Imported Bonnets and
Hats and those of her Own Design at
MIDSUMMER PRICES,
To close them prior to making improvements and
eaviim for Paris. jel.i
MME. VON BRANDIS, MODISTE,
Formerly with I/urd Tavl.-r, New York;
Wiu. Barr & < o., St. i.ouis. Mo.
Suits made at the shortest notice, superior fitting,
reasonable prices and satisfaction guaranteed.
1 vening L>r?yse.>. Bridal 1 ros-taus a specialty.
je25-lm* yoT Penn. ave., tover M. Willian's.)
RS. B. M. MENUERT. 419 8TH ST. N.wT
Art Embroiderv mat-rials of all kinds. Infants' Lace
and Shirred (Japs, Shaw 1-. etc. Ernest grades of Zephyr
and Knitting Y arns. a!, at reduced prices.
Stamping promptly done. jelO-3m
T> C. DOUGLAS' DRY CLEANING ESTABLISHk.
MENT AND DYE WORKS, 1336 I4ih St.. bet.
N and Khode Island ave. Special attention given to
the cleaning of Ladies' Evening Dresses. Velvets,
Plush, Caces. Ac., are cleaned perfectly by this process.
s.hk, Si:k and Satin Dtes>?es bvaututiily cleaned
w itliout b :ng ripjied. Kid Gloves cleaned and dyed.
Crape VetW dyeu and finished iqual to new. my-o-Cta
D O U G L A S S*.
We have 100 Dozen LADIES' BALBRIGOAN
HOSE, sizes 8 to 9Ji?. oar regular 47c. Hose, which we
hail sell fur 37^. per pair; mree pair lor $1 or $2
per box.
DOUGLASS,
myB Ninth street. St. Cloud Building
rpHE FEDORA 1>RESS SHIELD IS REt OMA.
im nd?d by th - Leading Dressmaker*.
It is almoin.cly impervious.
For saie at ui. Dry Goods and Ladies' Furnishing
Stores. __ _ _ ap-_4-:;ni
I FRENCH DY1 TNG. SCOURING AND DRY
Clean n,' : stab':<dim?nt. 1V?>"> New Yori? ave. n.w.
All kinds oi Ladivs and *t? ilL-s' Oamients iiyod,
t Ivaneti an . Biii-li-J in he most superior manner
Plush cloaks, \ e.v?t ;utd l'ar.v l)re> es asp.-cialty.
laities' dr. doi.e up without l? u,^ iipiH>l. AN ION
& CAROLINE LEltcil, 1 >ruier.y with A. l'isi-Uer.
a)il?
MiS-? ANNIE K. HUMPIIFRY,
4.><.Tk\TJ1 STKKKT -NCIK ritWKST
Makes ( or>.rt< to or>ler in cvorv ?tvle an l material,
and g :arai tees jn-rfei-t lit and comfort.
II..a srEciAi/fIK.S AKKFrench
Hiui(1-n.a<!e I'nderciothiir', MorlnoUinlerweaf
and l ik.^1 imixjrted il'isi?rv.
l atent Sl.ouii>r Itrac^-s, and all ) i?-v? fteform ' .omia
V'rench Corsets and Liisties.
I htldrei:'stor><-ts aJid a 9(1 Corset (.\Its3 11.'sown
niakci tUat lor Uia puce .* unsurpassed.
N. R?French,oeruian aud Spanish spoken. uirl4
h K II NN N r.G<i "* wSS,,
K K II NX N O O " C
KK ?I X N N O aSSc
K K II X NX G GO s 2
k k 11 N NX GOG bSSa
PPP A L A CCO FEB
P P AA L AA C C 1
PPP A A L A A C tE
P AAA L AAA C C K m
P A A LLLL A A UCG KKK M
814 7TH STREET.
OOME AND SI.K OCR JCLY PRICES.
NO I.A'<Y NEED BE WITHOUT A HAT IF YOU
CAN Bl Y A Nit ? EA.SHIONA.SLE AND STYL1
i II ATAT ' 'M.Y . TWENTY THOUSAND
: -o.-.-A s WORTH MILUXKHT TO BE
bLAlclITr.lt> D; Pl. ? E NO OBJ fcA-T.
TWO HUNDRED 1H>ZEN HA JS XD BONNETS.
S1YL sil AND NEW, AT 15, 2'), Jti, 35, AND
75< .. FORMER PRICE 75C. TOSI. AI.
C.(4M> BUN CHI S OF TIPS, COMPRISING THE
HAN 1 *s* -M 1>T A.-sAORTM i.NT EV ER OFFERED,
AT 23. 35. 50 75 AM^l.iX) A BUNCH. 5,000
LOVELY PLVM^S AT 47. B5. 75, 87C-. ^l.OOAND
81.25.
ELEGANT BUNCHES OF FRENCH FLOW! Rs
AT 60 AND 75C. A BUNCH Sil-K MIT1S AN1>
GI.OVE-v LACE U1S AND CORS.TS AT Rt>
MAitKABLK I.OWPR CE-i.JEiasKYSANDPARASOLS
I^SB THAN MANUFACTURERS' PR1CEH.
RIBBONS. ;^: ES. SILKS AND VELVE1S AT
SLAUOHTEltlNl. PRICES.
R' -MEMBER OUR ENTIRE STOCK WILL BE
SOLD R?Ai ARDLh?S OF COST.
NOG' K>DSTO i.ECARKlEl>OVERDO MATTi.R
AT W ll AT SACRIFICE.
KINO'S PALACE.
Jyll 814 KOkVEMH SI RJtKX.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
rtTi-r-i? F.H.FINLKY.
LK-JSii 1200 Pennsylvania ave. and 1206 D st,
Sole Agent for
the roch est kk BREWING company's
celebrated beer
The Trade and Families supplied. Orders by mail
or telephone promptly rilled. myl2-tu.th.s3m
NISSEN'S HEALTn INSTITUTE RELK-^i2?
moved to 903 10th st. n.w. Both ladies and
gentlemen are treated every day from 9 to 5 p.m.
jyl-2w*
rp^ rooinski a lewis. the wellknown
Sien Painters and Glaiiers, are at
l?OS D street northwest. Telephone call, 379-3. All
orders promptly attended to. ocl3-0m
BOOKS, &c.
CLEVELAND's book. ~
OEORGE ELIOT'S POETRY AND OTHER
STUDIES,
Bv Rose Elizabeth Cleveland, is emphatically the book
fcf tin- day. Everybody is talking about it, and everybody
wants to reud it. it's regular price is 51.Ou, but
you can get it any day this week at
CHAS. BAUM'8
Jyl 1 Book and Stationery Department for only 89 cts.
Miss I\ osk E. (Cleveland's,
GEORGE ELIOTS POETRY.
A lid Other Studies.
C. C. PU RSELL, Bookseller,
J>"9 41b ytti street,
\TFAV BOOKS. ~~
-L> Tales From Many Sources; 4vols.
Alaska, the SitKun Archipelago. By E. R. Scidmora
Diet lor the Sk k. by lii ^ Jlmy F Henderson.
Students' Ecclesiastical History. Bv smith. ?
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AND
COMMERCIAL STATIONERY.
A Specialty of Making all Kinds of BLANK ROOKS
TO ORDER
CAR US AND WEDDING ENGRAVING DONE
IN AN ARTISTIC MANNER
JOHN C PARKER,
apll 017 and 019 7th street.
Ladies, .Attention.
LATEST PARISIAN MODES IN HAIR GOODS
M'LLE. M. J. PRANDI,
1309 F STRKET.
POMP 4.DOUR BANGS. SHINGLED BANGS.
Thwe styles never need be in the hairdressers'
band* alwa;s la order by plain combing. Hair
dressed and Jiangs Shingled. jy .J-lm* j
i
If \ ou Live
A THOUSAND YEARS IT WILL NEVER BE
YOUR GOOD FORTUNE TO SEE
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS
SOLD FOR SUCH INSIGNIFICANT PRICES AS
ARE MADE FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS
AT
THE MISFIT STORE,
CORNER TENTH AND F STREETS.
Genuine Silk Seersucker Coats and Vests at ?7.5u,
reduced from ?15.
, ngiisli seersucker Co..ts and Vests, S1.50 and upward.
1:1.le. Black and Brown Serge Suits at ?8.50, reduced
l'l om si5.
Kin-* Prince \ hert Su I sat Sir,, reduced from ?25.
Fin Eroad .otli >uit. at S_0. worth S-10.
Blue 1 laiinnl -iiiits ..ia-* -'ood as are sold for SH.
1 est iiiaki-) of Flannel suits at S7.5Uand Slu, worth
fully double.
4-Uuttou Cutaway Suits, in all-wool Corkscrew, from
?Ht up.
A lai ge line of Cassimere Suits at ?0 50, ?7-50 and
?9.76. a-s good as any sold for double the price.
for boys 4 to 18:
Suits of every kind lor every kind of boys at abou:
oU cents oil the uoi.ar.
PANTS.
For Men, Youth, Boys and Children at an immense
sacrifice.
vests.
A fill line in White, iiuck, Marseilles, Cassimere at
prices to suit every body.
THE MISFIT STORE
CORNER TENTH AND F STREETS
K7r as unscrupulous parties imitated our signs
Hi.- i:ame. 1 e cuieiul ai d come to U?e CORN tit t )
TEN '1 H AMJ> i' S'1'Kiu.lii, jy7
glMMEK ^jLOTIIING
for boys AND CHILDREN.
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT WILL
ALWAYS BE FOUND AT THE
BOYS' CLOTHING HOUSE
?09 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
ALSO.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF
MEN'S AND BOY'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR
OUR CELEBRATED
STAR SHIRT WAIST,
HAS NO EQUAL, PERFECT IN FIT, IN FLAN
NELS, LINENS, PERCALES AND MUSLINS.
B. ROBINSON <ft CO.,
jed 609 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
C LOSING SALE
AT
THE LONDON AND LIVERPOOL CLOTH I N(
COMPANY,
CORNER SEVENTH AND O STREETS
THE GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERE!
IN THIS CITY IN FINE READY-MADE CLOT I >
I.NG. Bi;LoW WE GIVE YOD A FEW OF OUR
PRICES:
A FINE INDIGO BLUE FLANNEL SUIT at ?t
A FINE*CHEVIOT SUIT at ?0.50.
A FINE CASS. MERE SUIT at ?8.
AN EXTRA FINE CASS! ME RE SUIT at ?10.
A FINK CORKSCREW SUIT at ?10.
A FI NE BKOW N OR BLUE FOUR-BUTTON
CUTAWAY at ?12.
A FINE PRINCE ALBERT SUIT at ?13.50.
ALL OTilElts AT PROPORTIONATELY Lo>'
PRICES.
( HILDREN'S SUITS from ?1.76 up.
BOYS' SUITS from ?;i.50 tip.
A LARGE StOCK OF CHECK AND 8TRIPED
SEElkoUCKER COATS AND VESTS very low.
A FULL LINE OF PANTS from *1.28.
GIVE US A CALL AND BE CONVINCED *
THE
london and liverpool clothing co..
j?20 CORNER 7th AND U
-i-v ^ %?
SPECIAL NOTICES.
THK UNDERSIGNED MERCHANTS
of the First Ward agree to close their respective
places ufbu^n m at 8 p. m. until September 1st,
Saturdays excepted.
J. W. Selby, Theo. Hollander,
Henry Jorg, Alfred Worch,
Ijiid'vit; Hoist. H. Walker Tucker.
M. El-email 11 A Bros., M. Newmyer.
C. I. gNcnmidt, Wm. Hahu A Co. jyl4-3t
JULY 8TH, 1886.?WE CLOSE OUR
place of business ut 8 p.m. from the above
date. Ladies' and Geutleineu 3 Flue Slioes. T. S.
OAhTntLL, QtK> 7th st. jy!4-2t?
(T-CSyia WE, THK UNDERSIGNED, SHOE
Dealers of 7th street, agree to close our
1 lace of business at 8 O'CLOCK EViURY EVENING,
(Saturdays excepted) during the mouths of July aud
August:
Sira-burger Bros., 401 Pennsylvania ave.; A. Sommers,
till Pennsyl vaniu ave.; Strasbunrer Bros.,
310 7tli St.; S. E. Young (per L. Heilbrun. m#nafrer),
402 7th si.: Geo. W. Rich, 4ott 7th St.:
Jacob Rool, "2D 7ih St.; Stra^burKer Bros., 7-0 7th
St.: Jacob Brock, S02 7th st.; Wiu. 11 aim A Co.,
810 7tli ft; A. F. Moran, 1022 7th st.; chas. 1*,
Miller, 102.> 7th st.. Gustav Giesler, 1021 7th st.;
R. Berberich, H3t> 7th su; J. E. Little, 1228 7tu
st.; li. Rich A son. 1322 7th St.: W. Rice, 1332
7tli st.; H. Aue, 1330 7th St.: J. Oberheim, 1339
7th st.
Jyl4-2t?
f 1 AM PLEASED TO INFORM MY PAtrons
and the public that I have removed
from the old stand, 719 11th street, to ray new siftbles.
south side of K street, between loth and loth
streets, where I am prepared to furnish Fine Carriages,
Hearses, die, ut reasonable rates. Very respectfully,
?
Jyl4-'^t? RICHARD CRUIT.V^
DAYS OF *70.?WASHINGTON CONTI1
nervals. embers of corps are notiiled to
attend a met ti.g to be bed at shea's Hall, WEjjNlisDA
Y, July i5, at 8 o'clock p. ni. Uf order Lieut.
t RANK L.i'l'llAJl; Quartermaster, ED. BEACH. I
Ljyi ?-2t* /
s. KNIGHTS OF LABOR, MECHANICS
L?~?and Workingmen,join our Watch Clubs.
I i.der our owQco-op>-iative system you can buy any
watch desired by paying $1 per week. Call on
JACOBS BROTHERS,
Jyl4-3t 1229 Pennsylvania ave.
ftT-^r3 THE UNDERSIGNED~ DEALERS*!?*
T03 S and Fancy Goods, Chinaand Crockery
will close their respective places of business at 7 p. in.
daily, Saturdays excepted, commencing the 15th day
of Jul/ and ending on the 1st day of September,.1885.
M. Sllverberg A Co., 312 7th st. and 313 8tb st.n w.
R. Goldschuitd 812 7th st. n. w.
M. Atixensietn,817 7tb st. n. w.
H. Hollander, Agent, 40S 7th st n. w.
Emmons, Smith ?t Co., Boston Variety Store.
J. W. Sh fer & I'.ro., 1020 7th st. 11. w.
Clir. Ruppert, 403 7th st. n.w.
Geo. Watts <St Son, 314 7th st. n.w. jyll-3t
KNIGHTS oF ~P YTill AS!?LODG F.3
who huv candidates forlheditTerent articles
to be voted lor at EQUAL LODGE'S Entertainment.
July loth, at Masonic Tempie, will please inform N.
BUNCH, Secretary of C01. mittee. 314 8th st. n.w ,
tiie names 01 such candidates. Jyll-4t
CONARD"& MtEUEN,
Real Estate Agents,
Have moved into their new offices,
No. 1420 F Street Northwest,
Where they have every facility for buving and selline
Real i-Nt ite, ltent ng Houses, Col,e ting Rents, Negotlating
Loans and placing Insurance 011 Property
in reliable companies.
Ali wrtio have , roperty for sale or rent, or who desire
to purchase, will find It to their advanta?e to call
uuon them. jyll-lm
SP.CIAL NOTICE-PARTIES HAVinn
sood? on deposit at C. A. SMITH'S Loan
Offico, 314 Otii St.. will itav charges and redeem the
same as i am giving up business.
jyO-lut C. A. SMITH.
ALL PERSONS W1 IO DESIRTF TO AT1
? ' tend Free Nicht Schools regularly can have
that pr.vie.e bv re-.-t-line their names at Sumner
and 1-raiiUlin Se|: m buildings. Register open from
9 a.m. till 4 p.m. d uiy. Jy8-lm
EQDIT A B L E
CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
Assets $500,295.25.
Month'y payments are $2.50 per share.
Sl.tK u in full Rdvuneed on each share.
Shares in the ninth issue may be taken ana payment ;
i.;.de at the office of he secretarv from S:30 .i. m? t..
4::Jn p. ui. daily. Pamphlet explaining the object ol
;lie association, its adt untaxes, benefits, <?<:., furnisnet.
upon application.
THOMAS ROMERVlLr.K, President.
JNO.JOY EDSON, secretary, 917 F fcL n. w. je_4-i n:
! jr^ C A R D~]
The undersigned havin? withdrawn from tbe lat.
firm of CLAItK K<? HIV EX, proposes to continue tie
b isinesi i 1 which he has been encased for the pi.:ttiiity
ye ^rs, and tie hopi s f om bis past ex)>erlenee 11
the selection of pure coal from the most popular mine
will enable him to merit aud also to receive his shut
of the patronage of iheold house, as well as the favor
ot his niendsand the public.
All communica;ions or orders sent by mall wi!
reach me a'- my central ollice. 423 loth st., betweo
. and E sts. 11.w., 5 doors north of gas office, where
nill be permati"ntly lo,-a fd.
Main 1 e;>oi and Wfiurfwillbe at the old loculitv
ci rner of tb and Water sts. aw.
Telephone calls: Main Ollice, 503?4; Wlia 1
7
jv2-lm JNO. T. GIVEN.
w asi11 Xi '.T? )n, d. c.. ju LY 2 D, i sav
J --The Co-partn--rsliip between H XRY .V
CI.ARK E and JXi >. i". . IV EN having been dissolvei,
. sh.,11 contin le the Wood and Coal business at tlieoid
siand of 1 larke ijiven. corner 1 Jtli and 1' sts. u. w.
ere I shall b prepared to till all orders with which
f may be favored. Th.mkiti: the public for tue liiier
trona,'e exi. nd? d the la:e lirni for uiauy years pa-.;
1 a-k fir a co.itiiiu.ince of the same.
lnie noi ice .1 be given to my friends and the pnbt({euerally
of the locatiou ani oiieuin^ of my new
bu-uie>s oi.ice.
'llie olli< a heretofore occnpi< d by Cl:ir e<tGive' <>
424 loth su n.w., will beilos d on an I alter th
)a:e. Hl.NHY A. l.LAllKE, .
jy2-lm Corner 12th aud C sts. 11 w.
,- VUo NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEE i
IXG.
Wli< reas. it is provided i>v sis-tlon 7 of the bv-laws >
I. ?. NEVA tiit \ V 1 oppERSl I.VER AN'DGO
MlNlXw AN U MILLING CO.dPANY, a corjMir
U.jii ir^;aiiiz?sl under the lawsoftlie state of Colora?l
tl.at the annual meeting of stockholders f r llioele.
1 11 of due- tovs alio lor all oilliT |.urpo>es shall '
'.1'Id at the Comoany's principal ollice in the city ?
eiiver. Ara; aie.ee uiit. . in the st.. te of Colorado, <?
lie ^ccOlid SA . Citi>AY OF OClOiiER in each ye..
ind
Whereas it is fur'her provided by section 8 of tin
nv laws of -aid ? (jiipany that if for any reason sue1
annual meet .11'^ of toe .hoMers should not be htl<l O;
liieday li.\e l in ;.i.id section 7 such me aimr mav b.
he d on any d ty tiiereafler lix> d upou by the stock
leilders ownii.g and holilirtrii majority of all the stock
, ts-'.e.s.t by ai t om|iuti^,aflel giving twenty days puti
1 -ne<l notl e of 1 In-l ine ainl p.acc of holding sin I.
m. etin^ii xt 1 rece.liiii tliedayof holding 1 he sain
1 a daii.v ne-.v.-iiui>er of general circulation pubil-Ix-.,
; 1 each of t he ci ies of Denver, Colorado, and Wash
I ij.gton. in the district of < olumtiia.
An 1 v. h r?;as 11 > annual meet n ,r ot the stockliold"!
'.v s call- d or tix-k place tijn>n 1 lie second Saturday
1 > lolier, in the y< av I - .s4. lleilli 1' lia>..,uy such s:oe!
holders' me ing been held 01 cal ed since >-aM date.
Now, thcreio: e, 1.0 ice is hereby given b\ the un0
isi i.ed, O. IK . 1 ailiiiy, John li. lle.jt and George
Wilder, who are ibe bona fide owners uu> 1 holders ol
i.i.e than three-fourths ol all the capital stock of said
' ineva Cray Copper. Silver an I Gold Mining alio
> :ilnig t'oiiipain , that a ine 'tin-.: of the s;oekhnlder
01' sj;id 1 1.111: any w ill be hi'.d aud held at the ollice ol
Lewis''. R.ickwell, room:/.?Tai.^r GrandOnera llou^
l.ljc!:. in tiiecityol Denver, Aiaimliw county,stat<
Colorado, on MONi>.\Y, the TWENTIETH '.'A
r'JL'LY, ISSo, at the hour of TWO 0'i:l. K.'K I'
M. <if said day, which inceutu ot sUtckli(dd"issba!l I?
: eld f? r the purpose of lectlny a hoai d ot dn ecto.
i'or'-aal compaii;. , and to take into consideration tieratification
oi'a i t.iin trustee's sale made by I->V\i'.
< R. ot. tins iv for said company, to A a ron* W. K el
in. g. which -ale took plare 011 or about the 1st day 01
1 ceii.bei. l.->. 1 uiiti to transact such other busines
i- may propei ly come before said meetijig. And
1 .son-leiiuiiig took in said company are request!
be pio.ciit uud iiUi ticipate iu Kiid liieeting.
D. I>. MALLORY,
JOHN 1). REST
GEORGE W1LDF.R.
Stockholders.
Denver, Colorado, June 22,18S5 Je!W
MI ts. B ROWN 11 < > LOR ED)
will give her lilgh'.y recommended Me.li
cateil Electr;c and Steam 15a:hi. Also, Macneii,
r. atrnent. at 30,"> M iSMiuri ave n.w. uir2-5m*
John W. Corson. John W. Macabtn t v
CORSON & MACARTNEY, Bankers,
Glover Buildin?, 1419 F v.
W-ishin-rton, D.
I fjio^tt Accounts, subject to check ot ^ight,receive I
ion Klrnis.Corooratlnnsand Individuals.
v. li stocks and Bonds lis'ed on the Sew York an '
t'liiladeiphia stock Exchanges bought and sold <>
t..omission. Boston orders execuieU. America
'ail 'telephone Stock dealt in.
. Jistrict of Ckilnmbiu i>oiids of all denomtiiatlon'i o
i.ai.d or sale. Stock and liondi of all lo 'al street Rail
roads. <>a<. Iusuraiica and Telephone Compan.
t.'onght and sold. ap3o
Crar* SAMUEL a SHE'.ID. ? I
SLATE MANTELS. SLATE MANTELa
lways In stock large auortmant of Gas Fixture
Grates. Latrobes, Ranges and Furnat-es.
409 NINTH STREET NORTHWEST. Jyl
REMOVAL?TO MY' CUSTOMERS: J
am now located at 1121 Vermont AvenJ
1 djo ning the Porthind T. V. NOONaN
15-lui Pluaibtf.'
f" irss JOHN T. MITCHELL,
Real i state Office and N itary Public.
lJowlins's Auction Rooms, 11 do P?:;:.a. av?.
iieauiiiul Mull iini Lot on 3lV. ft.. Wist Wai""!:in,
5ox3o<i. Iroiuing on two atreeu; wlL t>e ioMchea.
nU on 1 itH.ua! terms. instil
E. F. BROOKS,
GARDEN HOSE, any length. '
GAS STOVES, all sizes; guaranteed. Can
and examine.
GAS fixtures, Jka No charg* tor hanfin*
LOWEST PRICES. Plumbing, Repairs, Ac
E. V. BROOK3.
my27 631 15U? street.
f-^s? THE ATTENTION OF VISITORS A?D
-Kj!i Residents is particularly called to PHOS\
IT.V., the new and iiopular Brain and Nerve Tonic
; nd Safeguard against Malaria. For "t" arsated by
1 e t. iass or in U.ttles bj- \v. c. >11LBLKN, Sola W
1.tor and Manuiauurer. 14UV Paiuu>Tvaaia ava
wu
Washington News and Gossip.
Government Receipts Today.?Internal
revenue, f153,144; customs, $728,998.
To Extradite a Postmaster,?Poet Office
Inspector Brown, who arrested the defaulting
Postmaster Hlbbs, of Lewiston, Idaho, in British
Columbia, has arrived in the city to obtain from
the State department the necessary papers to
secure the extradition of Hibbs.
a Diplomatic Plum.?The successor of Mr.
Foster as minister to Spain has not yet been decided
upon. When Mr. Foster left here for
Spain to negotiate a second treaty, the appointment
was postponed until his return. The report
that he will shortly be here has renewed
the hopes of persons anxious to secure a snug
foreign berth. The Spanish mission is considered
one of the most desirable, and there are
now more applications on tile in the State department
for it than there were for any other
office.
Marksmanship Medals.?The director of
the mint has received 20 gold and 35 silver
army marksmanship medals, which were struck
at the Philadelphia mint at the request of Gen.
Benet, chief of ordnance, U. S. A. They have
been forwarded to the ordnance bureau, and
will be distributed to the soldiers entitled to
them in due season.
The Dolphin Again.?The naval advisory
board have submitted to Secretary Whitney a
, long report regarding the construction of the
Dolphin, in answer to the adverse report of the
examining board upon which the Secretary
f based his rejection of the vessel.
The Examination of applicants for the
positions of foremen in the Washington navy
yard has commenced, in accordance with the
instructions of Secretary Whitney. A similar
course of reorganization of all the navy yards is
being pursued.
Naval Notes.?The U. S. steamer Nipsic is
expected to arriveat Rio de Janeiro about July
20th. The Ranger has arrived at San Francisco
from surveying duty off the coast of Central
America.
Mr Lee, the new secretary of legation at
Vienna, is expected to arrive at his post next
week. On his arrival Minister Francis will take
his final leave. Mr. Keily, the recently appointed
minister, is still at Paris.
Post Office Department Supplies.?The
contracts for furnishing stationery for the use
of the Post Office department during the present
fiscal year have been awarded to the iollowing
Washington bidders: Julius Baumgarten,
W. H.Porter, Ballantyne & Son, Joseph Ross,
Chas. P. Fisher, J.C. Parker. J. Bradley Adams,
Thorne & Co. and J. J. Chapman. Jutetwiue
was awarded tot lie Wilmington Mills manuiacHiring
company, hemp twine to Jus. S. Barron,
and cotton twine to J. B. Michiel. The bids on
wrapping paper have been rejected, and new
proposals will probably be called for.
The Government Must Pay if the Date
is Wrong.?Controller Durham has decided
that the compound interest Treasury note of
S50 dated July 2, 1804, which was refused by
t lie first auditor oil the ground that the note
slated erroneously upon iis face the date of the
act under which it was issued, is genuine; thus
uistaluing the treasurer In its payment.
Indians Consenting to a Census.?The
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians, who resisted
the attempt of the regular government
agent to take . census ol the tribes, have now
-unmltted, recognizing that the government
means in earnest to support its agent.
The Bureau of statistics.?The order dismissing
Miss Kate B. Thompson, of New Jersey,
from the clerical force of the bureau of
-tatistics has beeu revoked, and upon her application
she has been granted a month's leave
o. absence, without pay. Four other clerks
were dismissed who have not been restored.
Mrs. Agnes Campbell Pepper, of Delaware,
.'itlow of the late law partner of Secretary ol
Mate Bayard, has lteeu promoted to a $1,000
ierk.-hip in the bureau of statistics, with prospects
of slill farther promotion. Col. Swltzier,
chief of the bureau, will leave to-night on an
official visit to Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chiago.
Pcbi>ic Lands Claimed by Railroads.?
rhe commissioner of the general land office has
ifflrmed the right of entry under the public
and laws and decisions of the Supreme Court,
i lands heretofore withdrawn by voluntary
. lion of the general land office, for railroad iriiemnity
purposes, where no requirements of
w existed f?>r making such withdrawals. The
ifectof tills decision, if sustained by the Secvtary
of the Interior, will he to restore to entry
aider the homestead and other laws many
nlllion acres ol public laud which have been
:?pt out of market for many years because
.aimed by railroad corporations.
The President, accompanied by Secretaries
tanning, Whitney and Lamar, Postmaster
ieneral Vilas, Colonel Lamout and Marshal
Ic.Michael, arrived here last night at 11:30
> clock from Woodmont. The trip, though
iiort, proved very enjoyable. Sunday was
is ed quietly. On Monday the President sueceded
in capturinga couple of dozen nice black
i-s. At Martinsburg, on the homeward trip,
uitea crowd gathered to see the President,
ue President leit the club house at six o'clock
?>terday morulug and did not rejoin his coin.inions
until six o'clock in the evening. He
ought back with him twenty-five nice black
iss. He got his lunch at a larm bouse. lie
> as lotii to leave the sport which he enjoyed
.erv much.
Personal.?Senator .sabin was in Chicago on
- inday. Mr. Montgomery, commissioner of
itents; John Hassler, of the Interior depart<i
nt; C. W. Spolford, of the Riggs house, and
I >n. John Lym h, oi" Washington, were regis :ed
at Cape May yesterday. Capt. Phiiip
iichand family, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Presbrey,
;rs. D. C. Patterson, and Mr. and Mrs. R. Davue,
ol Washington, are at Asbury Park.
-lint Cumbres A.tas, third secretary of the
- n;ish icgaticn; Coi. It. G. Ingersoll, Comsu.dcrs
VV. T. Sampson aud C. F. Goodrich,
m1 Juu.-u Waiter S. Cox were registered in New
Din u-t night. Mi. Geo. A. King's family
.cat Bock tnon fc'uriiys. W. D. Davidge
n;d raaniy are at the l'.ncy Point hotel, Md.
Cen. Sticruluu'* Plans.
votive preparations to put down the
cheyenne revolt.
A Kansas City d'.spatcn last night says: Gen.
Phil. Sheridan, accompanied by Gen. Miles,
ached Kansas City to-night en route to Fort
leno, I. T., and was mat here by officers from
Yirt Leavenworth, also on their way to the
;?ne of the threatened Indian outbreak,
f-oops are being hurried from all parts of the
ountry, and Gen. Sheridan stales tuat within
iiirty hours he will have the Cheyenne aud
viapahoe reservations surrounded, and that, if
icce.-sary, every Cheyenne buck can be distilled
without tear of a raid Into Kansas.
Many prominent cattle men who have stock
azliiKon the Cheyenne reservation, and who
first called for assistance from the government,
met Gen, Sheridan at this point and
> ked for immediate help. Gen. Sheridan reused
to commit himself as to whether or not
ie government was bound to protect cattle
uen who leased lands from the Indians, but a
.oiiiiucnt general with the party said einphat
ally that il the government did do this it
ivould be the first time such a thing had been
lone, and that the cattle men must make the
Indians comply with the terms oi the lease. A
peciai train followed Gen. Sheridan at 11
> dock to-night, conveying more troops, who
ire at once to take the fieid on the east of the
Cheyenne country, and with those now in position
Gen. Sheridan will have nearly four thou and
men in the field by the time he reaches
t'orr ivcuo on Wednesday.
Secretary Endicott Heady For Indiana.
roru the New York Tribuue, to-day.
Secretary Endicott, in a blirc blouse and jauny
straw hat. was frequently in the lobby of the
I'lfth Avenue Hotel yesterday. He had a light
Town walking (tick, with which he switched
-:.s toes occasion aiiy. aud looked more like a
luilot than a soldier, Mr. Endicott Is courteous
md pleasant to newspaper men beyoad the
jrdinary run ot public men. When asked yesterday
about his visit to New York, he said: "it
>s in connection with the board of fortifications
*ud coast defences, of which I am ex-officlo
president. We held a meeting to-day to receive
ertaln reports. We shall go to Sandy Hook to
.nspect tne government approving grounds on
Wednesday, and remain there that night. We
>had l>e here on Thursday and Friday again,
md then gc to Newport to pay a visit to the
torpedo fetation there. Our other movements
are not determined."
"How do you like life In Washington*"
"Well, that Is hardly a fair question to ask.
It la different from Massachusetts, and have
oeen there too short a time, and 1 have been
too busy all the time to permit me even to
think it over whether I like it or not."
"What about the Indian outbreak?"
"I sincerely trust that an Indian war can be
verted. If it does come, however, swift and
fficlent measures will be taken to bring the
ndians to terms. Generals Sheridan and
Miles are already at the scene of the threatened
: roubles. They have nearly 8,000 men under
their command. This is the largest force of
regulars ever concentrated in any of the territories
since the war."
"Are the Cheyennes to be disarmed?"
"I know oi no order to that etteet."
Gen. Wolseley was enthusiastically welcomed
return to London Monday.
An Order Abont Imvn of Absent.
The Postmaster General to-<lay Issued the following
order, an outline of which was printed
in yesterday's Star:
,eavea of absence In
this department shall hereafter be as follows-?
l^avemay hegiven to any clerk, whose conauct
and services have beeu satisfactory, for
such portion of thirty days as may remain after
.deducting all the days of his or her absence, for
whether sickness or otherwise, since
the first day of January. Caiefsof divisions will
recommend the granting of leaves In such order
as shall interfere as little as possible with the
performance of the duties of the division."
As might naturally be expected this order
waR the main topic of conversation at the department
to-day, and the employes who expected
to have the customary leave of absence
reduced to twenty or perhaps fifteen days were
pleased that their anticipations had not been
realized. Some remarked that Including the
time lost by sickness would affect those who
needed a lonn rest on account ot their sickness.
.1 j ?r tbis or(*er some clerks will not be entitled
to any leave at all and others will have
only a few days. It Is the intention to have, if
possrble, a similar order issued by the other departments.
District Government Affair*.
?. . kkpairs to school buildings.
Oommls?lontr West has been engaged
atf'y ln W>e examination oi the several school
buildings with reference to their repairs. It is
thought that the *20,000 available this year
will hardly suffice to make all necessary repairs
to buildings.
Tir t?e death rate in washington.
Washington Is often published as a very unhealthy
city, as the health officials of this city
say, on the strength of the statistics oi one
week, or a short period of time, when the mortality
has been exceptionally large. The complete
8tatistie8 of a year, however, show tlmt
Washington is an unusually healthy city. The
following Is the death rate for l.ooo during the
year 1884, given by the authorities or the cities
mentioned through the health officer at Richmond:
New York, 25.82. Bo-ton, 24.11; Hartonroo
Wa?bi"Bton. 24.07; Memphis,
00 2? Charleston, S C., 34.55; Atlanta, Ga?
29.87; New Orleans, 30.55; Richmond. 25.38*
' ef?rsburg, 27.36 During some of the weeks
01 this summer the mortality among children
has been very large, and has swollen the statistics
for the week. Upon these statistics comments
have been made umavorable to the city
About 70 per cent of this mortality among
children, the health officer says, has oceurre3
among poor colored children, who, he is led to
believe, have not had proper care.
chimneys in bay indows.
The coiumuniatiou of Gen. Meigs to
the District Commissioners in relation
to chimneys in bay windows, published
some davs since in The star-, was reierred
to Buildiug Iuspector Eutwisle, who rereports
to the Engineer Commissioner as follows:
'The regulations do not prohibit chimneys
in bay windows, but I was directed by
your predecessor not to allow thein to be constructed
with the shafts above the roof outside
ot the buildiug line. His reasons, as stated at
the time, were that they were unsightly?
especially so should a block of buildings be finished
with a line of chimney shafts at the center
ed?;e of the bay windows. The restriction
placed upon them when allowed is that thev
be carried to the main wall upon iron beams
and topped out at the line of main or front
wall. Ihis I have followed, it being the onlv
order I have received in the case. To discriminate
as is suggested would open the d-jor to all
that may desire to so construct them.''
protection or east washington against
fire.
Commissioner Edmonds told a Star reporter
that he was desirous of establishing a new tire
engine company in East Washlngt ?n. He savs
the District owns a lot 30x80 feet on 8tli street
near Pennsylvania avenue, on the old Easbv
property, lie thought that if the residents of
this locality would oiler to donate to the District
the space of twenty feet necessary to connect
this lot with the alley in the rear the Commissioners
could obtain from Congress permission
to place a house there with an appropriation
to pay for it.
Commissioner West said: "I am in favor of
a tire engine in that locality, but I would not
require the citizens to coutribute; I would give
to them on the same conditions as to other
localities. Let the District purchase the around
and erect the house."
the case of private williams of the fire
department.
The Commissioners request Chief Engineer
Cronin to transmit to their office all papers
bearing on any former trial ol Private K.T T.
W illiams, of the tire department, recently on
trial for intoxication, aud also a transcript of
his record in the service.
_ , miscellaneous.
C. vv. River s resignation as additional police,
private, on the Washington aqueduct tunnel,
has been accented.
Hon. A. G. Kiddle, attorney of the District,
has been granted leave ot absence during
August. ?
The annual report of the officers of the
Homeopathic Free Dispeusary states that
during the year 4.687 prescriptions were issued,
and 1,454 new patient's treated. The report
recommends the appointment of two
homeopathic physicians to the i*>or.
The Commissioners have suggested to Mr.
Bauin, president of the board ol public school
trustees, In view of the recent change in the
office of superintendent, that the supervising
principals of the tirst six divisions be recalled
to their duties by September 1st next.
building i'ermtts
have been issued by Inspector Entwisle as follows:
Thomas H. Henderson, erect two-story
and basement brick building on H, between
24tli und 25th streets northwest; 32,500 Edw.ird
Garrett, repair frame building in Hillsdale;
$2o. Danenhower & Son, erect brick >t <ble
in alley in rear of 5ih street southea>t: s.'Jou
Mrs. A. C. Birge. repair dwelling 525 3d street
northwest: *1,000. F. W. Miller. er,>ct frame
dwelling in Mount Pleasant; $3,000. J. H.
\\ in-ton et a!., trustee*, improve church, 19th
street, between R and S; 81,000.
Alexandria Aflairs.
Reported for The Evevivu stab.
City Council Matteus.?The city council
meets to-night. It is understood that an etfo>*t
will be made to secure ait adj >uruineut Uiiiil
1 hursday night next lor the election of minor
officers. Although the salary of none of these
oilicers exceeds ?>550 per aunnm, they are ail
warmly contested. As all the councilinen are
of the ?ame party, party caucuses are impossible;
but. so thoroughly have caucus metlKnls
mastered the town, that ward caucuses are
held to unite the ward delegations in support of
ward candidates for office. The policemen receive
only 341 per month, yet besides the
fifteen members of the force there are me
thirty-four other condidates for the place of
policemen.
The Assessment.?A portion of the increase
of the state assessment of real estate resulLs
from the fact that all the property bid in bv
the city at the last tax sale and still held, has
been restored to the state tax books. There is
however, much complaint that values have
been fixed too high, and the corporation court
from now until next March will be lar^elv engaged
in considering applications for tue readjustment
or assessments.
Corporation Court.? The corporation
court. Judge Meade, is still in session. A nolle
pros. has been entered In the case against P.
Dillon for seduction of a widow under promise
o; marriage. The will of Mr. C. G. C. Waiter
has been probated with A. C. Cazenove as administrator,
and a bond of 8150,000. The
court has called Jackson for an assault on his
wife and Proctor Lone for outrage on a little
girl. It has not yet been determined which
case will be first taken up. No other criminal
ca-es will be taken up this term.
Notes.?The Alexandria grand Jury has Ignored
the case against Joseph Daniel for hiding
a child from its mother, aud also one against
Henry Blire for arson. The mayor has dismissed
the lower Prince street scandal case.
Thomas Leadbeater has been chosen a director
in the Old Dominion brewing association, vice
J- H. Parrott, resigned. All persons found
drunk on the streets on Sundays are to be arrested
by the police. PetUt & Dripps, of Washington,
have bought the remains of the tug W.
E. B 'll, at the river side here, for $1.375.
The ad regiment of Virginia voluuteer militia,
CoL Wurteiibaker, with companies from Dauville,
Roanoke, Culneper, and Charlottesville,
arrived hers yesterday afternoon, via the Midland
railroad, marched to the wharf and took
the Nonelk steamer for their summer encampment.
The Alexandria Light Infantry, CapL
Mushbach, entertained and escorted their comrades
through the city. The city court considered
yesterday revisions of assessment, and
It was conceded that the new assessment was
much too high. N. S. Wright, ooixmer ol
Alexandria county, died Sunday from the
effects of a falL
The Strikers in Michigan.?The striken
at East Saginaw, Mich., yesterday threatened
to seize the water works and shut off the *upply.
The mayor issued a proclamation calling
..COUDi^ fn<* state authorities for aid.
EJghty-threc> Plnkerton detectives, armed with
VV inchester rifles and revolvers, arrived at East
yesterday, and the authorities now
nLiu?.Vie3r opd*r- Th? strikers at
Bay City continue orderly.
Judge Phelps! of ^ttmore^'in^he B^ Frith
susr
cannot forfeit the funds ot a subordinate lodge
for non-compliance with the roles of the order.
Cams Retaliates ov Buffalo BiluDr.
Caror eent a sheriff to South Norwalk
<??Ionday Difht to attach Buffalo Bill's
Wild west show for S26.000, the amount of
damage CarvyclalmiTn a libel wilt. ltU sald
he will try to tjreak up Buffalo BUI in the same
manner Uiat the Utter rained Carver's showin
Connecticut.
Renewed ramors that the csar will be
crowned emperor of Central Asia risiw -inns!
mees ia the eoarts of that rgytas.
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Telegrams to The Star, i
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VIRGINIA REPUBLICANS. ?
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The Day Before the Convention. V
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THE PALL MALL SENSATION. ?
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THE CANADIAN FISHERIES QUESTION. ?
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DCPEI80NED IH THE JAIL THEY BUILT. o
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THE CHOLERA ABATING it
TO-MORROWS COSTTECTIO*. ?
Richmond Rapidly Filling I P With
DclexntM-Wiiif Apparently in the
Lend for the ?iovernor?l?l|>.
1 Special Dispatch to the Evesiko Star. 1
j Richmond, VA.,July 14.?About one hundred n
delegates, one-fifth of those ex|>ected to attend b
the republican state eon vent ion to-morrow, were >?
in the cltv last night, and this morning's train ,*
added at least one hundred and fifty more. Pre- , |
llminary discussions continue to |>oint to ttie
nomination of John S. Wise for governor,
though the friends of Attor.iev General 111;iir
have nowise abated their claims or their eft"' >rt s.
Wise was In the city vestenlay and 'ast nicht.
Blair did not arrive until this morn inn
with his escort of delegates from the counties n
of the southwest. Wise wasengnged in "mend- 'J
lug his fences" with the delegations from t tie ;
city of Richmond, where there is quite a contin
gent in favor of Blair. An effort lias U-en
made to permit Wl-e to have ttie solid delegation
from Richmond, at least on the first ballot,
unless It stiall foe reasonably probable that the ~
vote of his home delegation will nominate j
Wise. The hundred conntles of the state are
called in the balloting* of Virginia state con- j
ventions before the cities are reactied. and It is
argued that, as Richmond is the last of the
cities on the roll except Staunton, tlie value of
its vote upon the result could l>e seen in time
for the Blair men to protect their candidate's
Interests. ^
Tnese pleas for Wl?eare met by the Blatr men '
with the statement that no such magnanimity m
has foeen displaved bv the friends ot W i*?\ who a
have uot hesitated to Invade Blair's home terri- ?
tory in the southwestern counties. H
the boom for bow ex. ^
The Blalrmenareprotestlngearnestlyagainft ,|
the efforts made to boom ex-Congressman n
Bowen and ex-State Senator Wood, both from "
Blair's coneressional district, for either gov- |
ernor or lieutenant governor, as the intere-ts of
the Wise can\ass may dictate. The fact that
no such attempt to divide Wise's strength In v
the territory peculiarly his. is pointed to as in- ^
dicating the presence of the "machine" I?? ac- ^
tive working order for Wise and against Blair. "
There is an appearance of sincerity in the fo?x?m
for Bowen in the fact that his friends arc seeking
friendly rela'ions with those of both Blair
and Wise, and his nomination woul l b<- exceedlnglv
probable but for the fact that he is jj
not an attractive speaker on the stump.
mahone's declination.
Gen. Mahone's positive announcement to
friends yesterday that he would not permit his q
name to be u>ed in connection with the nomi- tt
nation is accepted as an additional straw pointing
to Wife's nomination.
senator riddleberger on hand.
Senator Riddlebergerarrived last nigliL He Is
reserved, both as to candidates and questions ji
of party policy, and preserves his relations with i*
both Governor Cameron and (General >1 ihone, -J
who are the ex|K>nents of tiie_ conflicting
theories ss to party organization. Governor
Cameron advocates the system oi choosing the ?
countv chairmen by vote at the people, while
General Malione insists uj>on the retention oi
the present system of appointment ot those
party otlicials by the state executive commit- a
tee ujwrn recommendation of congressional n
committees.
A tolerably general concurrence upon exSpeaker
oi the House of Delegates Fowler, of A
Washington couutv, for chairman of the convention,
is apparent. The first suggestion of
Mayor Lamb, of Norfolk, by the friends ?i<' Wise ti
was met with such a storm of indignant pro- cl
test that it is tolerably certain that it ha- l>een r<
abandoned. The opposition to Lamb is foa-ed p
upon the allegation of his arbitrary rulings in
f.ivor of Gen. Mahone's policy in the state cou- P
veution of last year. t*
T1I4XKED BY THE QITEEX.
Editor Ktesd'a EtjwsnrM Receive the T
Itoyal Approval?A IHstlnguiiihfd Investigallng
Committee. It
London, July 14.?The editor of the Pill Mall si
Gazette has received letters from the queen and ei
Mr. Gladstone, iu which they heartily thank JJ
him for the recent exposures of the tralfi<- in Bl
young girls lor immoral purposes, and assure w
liiin thai he has their full sympathy iu the
matter. I"
The Pa'l MaU Gazette announces this after- r,
noon that the archbishop of Canterbury, the n
bishop of London, Cardinal Manning, and ttie ^
lion Samuel Morley have eon seated to act as a tl
committee of inquiry into the charges of ari-to- ci
cratlc iniquity made by the Gaz- !U in its reve- g,
latiotis during the past week. The committee.
which is looked ui>on as one of the ni'?st
extraordinary in the hiirh character of ttie
members ever organized, will begin the work of p
investigation to-morrow attern >on. Ttie G<\- '
ze te will place in confidence beiore the coin- ,|
mitteeeverydeliiil of the evidence gathered by
tlie paper's rej*>rtorial com mission on which , .
it relies to prove the exi-tence of tlie
wickedness unveiled by It. Every reporter engaged
in the Girette* investigations will ai?- |
pear under oatii beiore the committee, and
each will produce all the memoranda
gathered by him duaing the several weeks ot
tuquiry, together with all the adires-es .
letters, portraits, descriptions and .dentlfications
ol persons, certificates and agree- rl
ments collected and referring in anywise to per- w
sons directly or indirectly implicated in the "
discoveries made. The committee will treat 1
confidentially all the information placed before
it.foul will make a general report as to tuc truth
of the Gazelle* revelations.
a conference PoR the protection of
tovng oikls.
A conference for the protection of young girls
opened this a.teruoon in Princes hall, this city.
Tue chief promoter oi tlie conference is tiie Sal- ^
vation Army. The lion. Sani'l Morley, liberal, 1
member of iVarliament lor Bristol, presided and Jr."
made an address on the subject of the iuiauity *1
ex nosed by the Pali M'll Gazette. He declared
that the condition oi thing-in London.a-.rovealed
by that paper, was a scandal to a Christian
nation. "The people must st>eak out," exclaimed
the orator, "if their homes are to be Vl
kept sacred from tuis surrounding pollution. I ?
believe there is one law for the rich and another ?
for the poor in the-e matters. It should be a L
felouy to steal a |*>or person's child.'* ?>''
Prof. James Stuart proposed a vote of thanks ai
to the proprietor and editor of the Pall Mall 81
Gazette lor the assistance their work has rendered
to the cause of Christian morality. This A
proi-Hisai Wiis uuauihcu -ly adopted, as was also
a resolution urging parliament to raise the "age
oi consent" from 13 to lb years. dj
the gazette wii.l not be prosectted.
Sir Richard Assheton Cross home secretary, !p!
announced in the house of commons this alter- *
noon that the government had concluded that
it was not advisable to prosecute the tall Mall
Gazette for its recent publications.
Corruption In El Pn?n.
dishonest contractors tiocked up df a a
jail they had just built.
El Paso,Texas, July 14?Investigation of
alleged corruption In muuicipai affairs here "l
has come to a sudden climax. Brittou &. Long
were awarded the contracts August 4th last for *_J'
toe court house aud |ail, and AllTed Giles was J.
cuosen ar> hi:ocL The Jail was completed In JV
Ma ch, and the court house la under construction.
Three local archltecu recently preferred *5
charges that the plan and specifications have
been altered, so as to save the con tract-h* j "
nearly $60,000. Cou tractor Brower produ<-ed
a blue priut irom the plans he and Arcnitect "J
Krause made in June of last year. Com >ari- ??
son showed difference In the words, figures
and scales from the plans. It is now known J"'
that on Sunday the offer of a bribe was made to
the attorney represen'.lng the county for Bow- w
crs' plue prints, and their withdrawal fn>m the
case. Subsequently an agent for the delendants
went to the bouse of the attorney to pay over
the money. The attorney had the sheriff and
another man hidden behind the curtains as J
witnesses. The agent paid $U,000 cash in UIOO ar
bll.s, $500 In a check si.ued "Brltton A Lonj:," G?
and agreed to pay #5,Oou more In bonds. The of
attorney turned the bine prtpts over, wliere- Ui
upon the witnesses came forth and demanded
aud took the priuts. The commissioners have wi
removed Giles as architect and Brltton t Long ot
as contractors. Work on the oonrt-hoose has h>l
been stopped, aud a guard placed In the build- 1>?
Ins to protect it. Giles and Long hare been ar- Gi
rested on a charge of perjury, and have been an
placed in the Jail they Just built. The exposure
has caused a furore In the otty, and blue print P*
neckties are being bought and worn toy every
?n?' 1
Ml Kla f|htwr and Himself. to
Halifax. N. Sw, July 14?Edward Wither*, g
who had held the position of clerk in the iiali* ?
(ax custom bouse tor several yewn, this morn- JJ
road. Both flsther anddaughter are dnd.
Wlthws haa not been oonirtrtersd of eonad mind ^
THE C AS AMAH IIIHCKIIX
T4>ljr I>l?4>n?alAM la (HHwt ?t?r 1h?
trriinkriiiral with the I tillH Mtate*.
>ttawa. Ont., July 14.?In the house of com n*
last night Mr. Forbes asked If II *?? the
iention of the government durtng ,be con111
tut co of the firee tlstitog arrangement*
owed AimtMui fluhtmrn. to pay to the
herraen of the dominion * btmus equivalent
the dutln paid on fish shipi>ed to the United
ate* by Canadian shippers. Mr. McUIIhii
Id that uo?ucb declsiou hud hwn arrived at.
it the whole fishery question bad jet Wl?
n*idered.
Mr. Weldon charged the government with
gleet, delay and mlnnwilCfiMnt In relation
the fishery question. After the expiiation of
ie Washington tn-aty the government h:?d
layed hciIoii until It wa< completely lit the
erey of the American*, and now a dlsadvangeous
arratigeraent whs made, not on tlie
ttund ol aiding Canadian fishermen. Wut that
would Cave \meriean fishermen fi\?m incn
nlenee. While Canada undert<?ok to piwtii't
ineriean fi*l ermen from molestation In her
aters, the Ur.ited Mate* did not offer iinv pro
ction to Canadian* fi*hing in' American
aters. The whole arrangement was very one
ded. and Americans were not likely toglve
nyt hlng f.-?r what tliev now enj.?v.
sir John MaclVmald denied that 1he
ivemmcnt Imd been gutity of neglect
r delay. Had negotiation* been opened in
ss:t or ISM the Biwntnent w.Mild hi?v>
mrted a repulse. The United sinic* pivfro
lent could not be expected to change its whole
olicy at the request of Canadians. He deprl
sted the course of Mr. Weldon In bringing on
discussion of the viilijcci now. He iprocity
>vs not essentlnl to Canadian pnaperlty. Canda
had done without it from 1 ?- ?.% to 1*71
nd could do without It acain. The catch of
*h by Canadian fishermen wa* not MtrM?t|
y the iih' of Canadlau water* by Anierlins.
Mr. Mitchell contradicted sir John *
tatenient that the fisheries a-ere not Is-in,,
.11 tired by Americans. Their system offl*hlns
r continued, would ultimately destroy the
she t ies altogether.
tirn. limnl'w Condilion,
[IS sleep err short till* MOKKINU 1?Y RTI1tC>
MATIC PAINS.
Mr. McGregor, July 14.? At 10:90 o'clock
i-t night lieu. Grant was sleeping. and during
lie night he secured about eight hour* of slec}*
lie patient thought he awoke earlier thi*
torn!ng than he otherwise would have don*
( cause of I lie rain tail early tills morning. Tim
cneral in dln|Mied to rheumatic pain*, and it
i not unlikely that the rain storm aroused
lieni to nome extent. The patient t?*>k tood
rough the night a* usual, and this moraltu
is pulse is equally an strong, lull and regular
s yesterday.
Td-miirrim "a Kvent at Niagara.
Niagara Fall*,N.Y.,July 14 ?The arrange.
lents for the great celebration at the ojs-ninu
f the state reservation to-morrow are nearly
mnplete. Cltlrens are still busy decorating.
onions showers last night laid the dust ai d
ave to everything a refreshed appearance
"he weather Is now clear with indications of a
erlect day to-morrow. The reception to !
iven to-mormw by the International Hot<
ittnpany to Gens. Ibigcrs and Jewett will be a
rilllant affair. The governor will arrive 1<lorrow
morning. The regular ceremonies will
egin at noon. The military Mexican baud a ill
ooouipany the66th regiment.
From Wall Mreet To-day.
New York, July 14.?The stock market wnitiier
weak at the opening ol the exchange III;
lorning, lirst prices being generally down K
( |>er cent, with Lake Shore oft'i>er cent. Tie*
eakness was qulcklv followed by a decl.i.
pward movement in uKKiiwanna! LakeSlior?
nd Union Pacific, tlie first mentioned ail
anclng l-'V per cent. The general lint followed
'ith ftn advanoe of K4 to l?^ |>er cent. After !?
Here \va# a decline, which carried prb-es t..
ear the opening quotation*. Western Uni*u
nd New York Central did not participate in
ie early upward movement, but were weak in
tie subsequent decline. At 11 o'clock tie
larket Is heavy at quotations generally a
iiade below the opening. The market ha* been
erv active, with total sales first hour I'JH.OOO
liares. Loaning raU*s ait; easy for all vaoepl
ew York Central, which loaned at 1-J?.
General Foreign New*.
RrssiAN CROPS BtriNKD BY UKOUfiHT.
Sr. I'ETKitsBiRU, July 14.?The long connued
drought In the southern provinces of
u*<ia has completely rulued the crop? la that
action.
EARTItqr A KE srork AT c A I.cttt A.
Calci'tta, July 14.? A severe shock of earthuiike,
lasting several minutes, was felt hers
lis moruing.
mr. jknsinos TOSTANn for PARLtA*ET*T.
Losttox, July 14.?Mr. l> uls J. Jennings, (
irmerly editor of the New York ifiiti>i, has I
?n sen ted tr> contest one of the parliamentary
istrictsof 8tockport, in Cheshire, In the tory
itere*t, in the coming g'i?M'ra. election. Stockurt
is at t-n sent represented bv two radicals,
Ir. Frederick Pennington and Mr. Charles
lenry li<?pa'ood. In liis address ac?-?-ptlng the
Hndidacy Mr. Jennings advucst-s local sell*
overument for Ireland and an impost tax on
ulshed manufactured goods.
A COMINO CONSISTORY.
Rome, July 14.?A papal eon*l?tory has been
PIMiinted lor the 27th of July, wheu six cau*di>
als will be created.
The Rstsges of the Ckslers.
FALLING OFF IN THE Nl'NBEK OF CASES
AND DEATHS YESTKKDAY.
Madrid, July 14.?There were reported
liroughout Spain yesterday 1,002 new cases of
tioiera and 473 deaths from the disease. The
turns from Valencia, however, ars lncuiiilete.
A number of suspicious canes of Illness are r^
orted in the City of Segovia, but the authorles
there refuse to admit that they are eases uf
tioiera.
To Withdraw Its Ntesmers.
HE PACIFIC MAIL LINE Flto* SAN FRANCI?*00
TO At'STRlLIA TO BE ABANDONED.
San Francisco,Cal., July 14.?1 lie <>iff in
n issue to-day says: The Pacific Mail ^leamiip
<*ompany intend to withdraw llieir *tennrs
from the line between this city and Aus alia
on November 1st. Their contract with
ie Australian cohtnles ex pin* on that date,
nd the colonial govern me nt declares that it
111 not renew the contract by which they pay
ie steamship company a subsidy, unles* the
nited States agree to pay a |?ortion ??t it. The
?cent decision of Postmaster General Vilas
ot to use any partofthe^ HMMRKiappr^priaicd
y the last < .digress u> assUt In the traus|M.rtaon
of the mails, it is said, determined the l'aitic
Mail Steamship company to pursue this
jurse ol action,
riahernien Killed by Lightning.
Oregon, III., July 14.-The bfwlie* o: Ali?ert
loutzahn, of Oregon, and that of Win. Houtahn,
of Mount Morris, brothers, were found on
ie railroad island here yesterday. They had
l?parentlv been struck by lightning during the
eavv storm in the morning. Tln-y had been
shing, and were sitting under a tree.
he Dreaded Web Warns la Texas
Cotton.
Dallas,Texas, July 14.?The dreaded web
orin has made it* appearance fn cottou ileitis
nit h of Dallas. Their ravages have been conned
to a small district. Planters cre: d this
orin niori1 than any other, and considerable
ixiety exist* among cotton dealers of north
exas over the sudden appearance of this
Jourge in the very heart of the cotton belt.
A Rlsge Lsst In a Swollen Ntresn.
Kansas City, Mo., July 14.?A private dl?tteh
lias been received here stating that the
age coach running lietween Dodge City. Kanis
and Fort supply, Indiau Territory, was
irried away In a swollen stream. One pusnger
and the driver were drowned. Anotiier
issenger escaped. The mules also perished.
lie mail bags were recovered, but tue coach
~elf has not yet beeu found.
Knleide of n l^iograced Wife.
Cleveland, Ohio, July 14.?Mrs. Ella Norllle,
the beautllul young wife of a I>ogan
unity farmer, committed suicide yesterday br
iiigin^. A short time since her husband,
I wis Korville. begau suit for divorce, charging
itimacy with a neighboring farmer, who was
so sued for ?10,(HX) damages. Unable to
and the disgrace Mrs. Norvitle took her life.
II the Boilir* Recovered fraas Lak?
Minnetsska
St. Paul. Minn., July 14.?Bv the use of
."11 nnite t he remaining four bodies of the vio
in - ol the Minnetonka disaster were br night
tne suriace and recoveix-d aUmt ml lnigtiL
ie Isidies were thoweof Mr. Covkendall and
lie. Harvey Rand and Robert Hussey. The
mains were brought u> Minneapolis and taken
large of by friends.
Labor Troubles In Marnvla.
MOB OF 2,000 TANNERS ATTEMPT TO fcESCUS
TWO IMPKISONED SOCIALISTS.
Vienna, July 14.?a dispatch trom Brunn
ates that the tanners of Trebitach, in Moraa,
are in such a state of turbulence that seius
trouble is feared. The tanners had been
itiugand attempted to rescue two socialists
1111 tne jail where they were imprisoned. Iu
e attack on the Jail the mob stoned the
udaruies ou guard. The latter changed u|?on
eir assailants with fixed bayonets and
funded many of the rioters. This exaspered
the tanners, who have renewed the riotg.
Their conduct Is at present so tnreaieniug
at the Trebitsch authorities have applied for
ilitary assistance. The number of tanners
tio attacked the Jail was 2.000, and this num>r
has been considerably Increased in the mob
hlch Is now threatening the place.
A Brilliant Wedding in tsnlsw.
b8 fannie lawrence, of new york, mabRIED
TO LORD VEKMOlf.
London, July 14.?Oue of the m?*?t brilliant
rairs of the season took plaoe to-day at ML
joige's church, tlie event being the marriage
Lord Vernon, of Sudbury Park. Derbyshire,
Miss Fannie Lawrenoe, daughter ol Mr.
ancls Lawrenoe, of New York. The church
is crowded with members of the nobility and
her prominent pentons. United States Miner
Phelps and Mrs. Plteipa, the Duke and
1 chess Buodeuch, the i?arls ol Hard wick*,
-anville, Wemyss. Cork, Utchlleld, Kingston
id Htauhopc and their wivea, aad Sir William
sroourt and the Marquis of HarUngton were
The Tranfc Line Trsntlsa.
piiumlphia, Pa., Jaiy 14.?In reftrvnee
the reported amicable adjustment at the
ink line troubles. President Roberta, of the
nnsyivania Railroad company, says that be
s bad three or four conferences with Messrs.
pew and Morgan, but thai no basis of aa
rsement has been settled npon.
iKUTilY Ehdioott was the only ebewl*
a Un ?bint utMm U>4ajr,

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