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THE EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED DAILY, Except Sunday, AT THE STAR BUILDINGS, lorthvwt Ccmer Pemuylruut Are. bad 11th 8t? by The Evening Star Newspaper Company, S. 1L KAL FFMANN, sVcaTt Ttt* frr'Trxj 3t*k la wrrod to rnbscriber* la lbs elfv by ftrnfn. on their own acconnt. at 10 cents per w*-k. or 44c. per n;. nth. Copies at the counter. 3 era.-* rat-b Bv mail prepaid? SO cents ? month. one year. fttt. ox months, $3. Wintered the Post uttice at V> aaianyton. D. 0., M BM-vnd-claas man matter.] Thi Wiult St a*?published on Friday?SI ? yea; posta?re prepaid. Six iuontUa, 50 cents. %W .KU mail subscriptions mint he paid in adrano?? l paper sent locurer tnan is pud tor. Kates of adTtrti*liiic made knows on application. TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1887. TWO TENTS. EXCURSIONS, PIC-NICS, &c. THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF NORTH CAPD HCH will ?five a Moonlight Excursion JO-MORROW -Wednesday) EVENING, on Steamer L'Pjc??1 Ticket*. 25c. Boat leaves wharf at 5:30. sandwiches, Coffee, and Refreshments for naif by iMieo. It* ^TEAMF.R 1)1 XIF. RUNS DAILY. M\KING TRIPS O every hour from Cumberland's Boat-House, foot of * and New llami shire ave , and foot of High St., Georgetown, stopping at Holtznian's Landing, Table R?>"k. Boat Club, and Dixie Landinm. *i"t tr:p npat 9 a m.: last trip down at 10 p.m. Round trip, 25c.; Children. 15c. Reduced rates for large parties. Telephone rail 563-2. Ie28?in STEAMER PILOT BOY roa GLYMONT, can be chartered on mast favorable terms for Day Ex cursions. Apply at Office. 902 Pennsylvania ave. Je28-lm CtLERKS' SiUTUAL liELIEF ASSOCIATION (EM / pioyesof Lan>bur*li s Br<> 1 will mve their FOURTH ANNUAL EXCURSION WEDNESDAY, -July 13.1887. TO MARSHALL HALL, Steamer Cor>-' ran leave.* 0:30 p.iu. sharp. Tick- ts may bo secured from members or at the Store. Frit* SOc. Je28_ CELECT FAMILY EXCURSION TO BE GIVES BY S3 the tierman-English School, corner 4th and E sts. li w , to River View, TO-MORROW, June 29. Steamer Mary Washington will leave 7th-st wharf at 9 a.m. and t> p.m. Tickets at the wharf, 50and 25c. G s?i nrtcm attendance. It* ^JOONLIGHT EXCURSION MARSHALL HALL. Steamer COKCoUAN will make two trips on Tl tSDAY. JUNE 28. Boat will leave at lu a m and 0 p.m. returning ar rives at 4 p.m. anu 10 30 p.m. Fare round-trip. 25 cents. Je27-2t E XCURSIONS ON B. A O. TO THE FOLLOWING POINTS: B? RIDGE. On the Chesapeake. Round Trip $1. For tune ot tram aw Bay Ridge advertisement. Every Tuesday to PEN MAR, Commencing Tuesday. July 5th. Leave Washington 8 a.m Returning. arrive 8:30 p.m. Round Trip #1.50. Every Thursday to HARPER'S FERRY, On the Potomac. Commencing Juljr 7tn (excepting July 14tii . Leave w *?h:nytou!? 4.? a.m Returning, arrive 7:20 p.m. Round Trip $1. Every Wednesday to LURAY CAVERNS. Commencing July Cth. Leave Washington 8:30 I Returning, arrive 9 p.m. Round Trip ?3.50. Reserved Seat Tickets for Pen-Mar, Luray and Har trr'? Ferry secured at B. ? O. Ticket Offices in Wash fngton without extra charge. W. M. CLEMENTS, C. K. LORD. Je27-2m Manatrer. Gen'l Pass. Agent. 4 IHAPElTpoINT. MD. L 00 MILES DOWN THE POTOMAC SELECT DAILY EXCURSIONS. a The most delightful resort ont of Washington. The New and Fast Steamer NORTHAMPTON I.eave* from steamer Leary's wharf daily, excepting baturda) . at S 4.> a m., returning.amving at K 30 p.m. Grand New Pavilion, the tinest south of New York. Restaurant Meals Served European Plan. Best ot Bathing, Boating, and Fishing. 50c ROUND TRIP 50c. Capt. BEACHUM. J AS. GALLAGHER, Pnrser Je27 -1 lu Annual excursion of e street baptist SUNDAY SCHOOL TO BAY RIDGE, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 29. Tickets: Adults. a 1; Children, 12 year9 old. 50 Cents, ti >ears. free, f or sale at J. W. Boteler A Son's, 923 Pennsylvania avrnue. M. W. Beveridge, 1009 J'- i.usyl va..a ave. Bradbury piano store, 12 Jo Penn sylvania ave.. and at F. Mo. Crisweil's drug store, n rib west corner 11th ana F sta. Also by committee at depot Special train leaves Baltimore and Ohio Depot at 9 a. m.; returning hours?Bay Ridge, 7 45 p. m. Other trams leave at 4 .15 and 5:15, return at 2 and 9:39p. m. Committee?C?eo. A. Whitford, F. W. Vausrhn. E. Bierer. Jr? and E. F. Fen wick. Je25-3t* I EXCURSION OF THE CONGREGATION AND It SUNDAY SCHOOL OF ST. PATRICK S CHURCH TO BAY RIDGE ON THURSDAY. JUNE 30. Trains leave Baltimore and Ohio Depot at 9:15 a. m, and 4 15and 5:15 p. in. Tickets, 41; Children, 50 cents: to be hsd at Ellis' m-j*ic store and from the sexton of the church. >25-4t Say Rldge: Bay Ridge: THE QUEEN RESORT OF THE CHESAPEAKE! Salt Water Bathing! Fishing! Crabbing! Boating! Splendid Music. Splendid Music. The Annapolis Naval Acadrmy Band. Magnificent Restaurant. Cuisine Unsurpassed. Amusements of all kinds. The Gravity Road Fare for the ronnd trip, ?L 91. tl. SI. tl. 91. $L No Change of Cars. Fast Trains Splendid Coaches. Wesk Days and Sundays. For schedule of trains see B. A O. advertisement. A LARGE TIME ON THE 4TH OF JULY. A LARGS TIME ON THE 4TH OF JULY. AT BAY RIDGE. AT BAY RIDGE. A Fine Display of Fireworks. A Fine Display of Fireworks, The Hotel at Bay Ridge has been recently enlarged and refitted, and is now ready for guests. H L BOND, An President. J-C4 3m GEO R. WEBB. General Agent. Annual excursion "of the fifth bap^ TIST CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL, to Colo nial Resell, on steamer Arrowsmith. WEDNES DAY. June ^9 Music will accompany the boat. Steamer leaves wharf foot of 7th s. at 9 o'clock sharp. Tickets, adults, SOc ; children 10 years and under. 25c. Com mittee?W infield S. Olive, Sam'l Howuun. J. J. Darling ton. Jelo. IS.22.25,27A2S Bay Ridge. ON THE CHESAPEAKE. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. The most complete in all its sppointments of any ra ?ort on Ch'-aapeake Bay or Potomac River. Splendid Music by the Naval Academy Band. FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT. Train >ave Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Depot. Wash ington. w-ek -lays, at 9.15 a.m. 4:15 p.m.. and 5:15 p In. Ar::v- at Bay Ridge 10 45a.m?5 20pjrn,and0:15 p.m. Returning leave Bay Rid?e 8:05 a.m., 2 p. m, 8 p.m.. and 9 :40 p.m. Arrive at Washington 10 ami., 3 lO pjc, 9 p.m.. and 11 p.m- On Sundays, leave Waahimrt. n 10a.m., 2 p.m, 3 p.m., and 4 p.m. Arrive atBayltidife.il 15a.m., 3:15p.m..4 15p.m..and5:15 p m. Returning. leave Bay Ridge 12 noon, 8:30 p.m., 9 20 p m., and 9 30 p.m. Arrive at Washington 1 10 p.r.t . 9 45 p.m., 10:50 p.m., and 11 pun. ROUND TRIP TICKETS, one DOLLAR Tickets on sale at all B A O. ticket offices in Wash ington. On Sunday tickets sold at B. A O. Depot only. b? advertisement of Bay Ridge Company for special attractions from time to time. W. M. CLEMEN IS. C. K. LORD. >21 -3m Mana?rer. GenT Pass. Agent. C*oloniaI7 BEACH. / POPULAR WATERING PLACE AND excursion RESORT. The swift palace steamer T. V. AIlROWSMITH, ex irf?.) 3tUd tor the service, will make regular daily tr*.ps to the B? u h (except on Saturdays) on aad after S0?'DAY, JUNE Leaves 7th-street ferry wharf at 8 45 a.m.. 3 hours at the Beach, and home at 9 .30 p. in. >1 isle. Refreshments. and Meals served on Bteerner and at hotel. Fare, round tnp. 50 eta.; children, 25 eta. >15-2m tTower CEDAR POINT. J WASHINGTON'S CONEY ISLAND. Excursion season opens June 2t>th and daily there after. Music. Boatinir. Bathing. Dancing. Fishing. Che?pest ai.d l?st excursion out of Washington. New and magii:ncent fast pala< e stt-an. r Henry E. Bishop will leave foot of 7th-street whart daliy at 9 a. m.; re turning. arrive at 8 30 p in. Fir ?i?ecial rates Sun day schooisanu <.rganizatioiiS shoul l api-ly to STEPHENSON BROS., 7th-street wharf. Round-tnp 50c.. Children. 25c. Jell-3m "V^FXBSON ALLY CONDUCTED PLEASURE TOUR TO THB ALLEGHENY MOUNTAINS in CRESSON SPRINGS, om iu PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THURSDAY. JUNE 30, 1887. A GRAND HOLIDAY TOUR, EXCURSION TICKETS. Kfor tec days, and inclnding onedsy'sboard at the itain H%se. will be aoid from Washington 88 Special rates at the Mountain House. Twin will leave Washington 9:50 a. m. ^ ""'y sxeursion of the season before September. J. R. WOOD, Gen'l Pseesogsr Agent. B. FUGH. General Miauw. Je20-9t EXCURSIONS, PICNICS, &c. River view for isst! Wsshlngtunians* Most Popular Resort. Steamer MARY WASHINGTON will leave her whirf everj- SUNDAY at 10.30 ajn. and 3 p.m. He turn our at 2 aud 8 p.m. Tickets. 25c. Every WEDNESDAY at 9 a.m. auu 6 30 p.m. Returning at 5 and 11 p.m. Tickets, 25c. Family days at RIVER VIEW every SATL'KDAY. leaving at 10a.m. Return in* at 5:3o p.m. Tickets, 10c. Prof. Proctor's Dancing School Reunion at Kiver Riew every Saturday evening, leaving at 6:30 p.m. Returningat 11 p.m. Tickets, 25c. Dancing down and back, and at the grounds on the largest Pavilion on the Potomac River, on all tries except Sunday. Fine Brass Band on Sunday. No ob jectionable parties allowed on any of the above trips. For charters, Ac.. apply to E. S. RAN DALE. Capt. my25 BOSTON BY SEA Merchants' and Miners' Transportation Co. Steamships sail from Baltimore via Norfolk to Boston. Every Monday, Thursday, and Fnday, 4 o'clock p.m. Passenger accommodations unsurpassed. Fare, including meals and mam saloon, stateroom berths. $12.50: round trip, #22. Upper deck state room berths, $14; round trip. <25. For further in forms tion see circulars at all the Hotels in Washington, or apply to? A. L. HUGGINS, General Agent, Long Dock, Baltimore. Telephone Baltimore 347. my21-3m M~ ARSHALI. HALL.?THiW DELIGHTFUL" RE sort open for the season. Meals a la carte. Lunch, Coffee. Tea, Milk. Ac., Ac., for Excursionists. Steamer W. W. CORCORAN leaves every morning at 10 o'clock, returning at 4 p.m. On Sundays per ad vertisement. ap22-3m AMUSEMENTS. BE SI RE TO ATTEND THE LAWN PARTY iriven by MEMORIAL CHURCH on grounds ad toinintr Garfield Hospital, WEDNESDAY and THURS DAY EVENINGS. Music, Novel Entertainment, and Refreshments. All friends cordially invited. Admission, 10 cents. It* Alba rail's "grand opera house Every Evening and Saturday Matinee. BOHEMIAN GIRL. With a cast equal to any yet presenting this charming work. Letitia Fritch as Arline Rose Leierhton as Gypsy Queen Emma Kreuse as Buda I'has. J Campbell as Thaddeus Win. Broderiek as Count Arnheim Walter Allen as Devilshoof Je27 Next Week-"FRA DIAYOLO." TVTEW NATIONAL THEATER. FITZGERALD'S OPERA COMPANY*. MONDAY, JUNE 27. SATURDAY MATINEE. Al'DRAN'S ? MASCOT. MISS VERONA JARBEAU, JOHN HOWSON, and FRED URBAN added to the cast. Reserved seats, 25 and 50 cents. Monday, July 4, revival of Gilbert & Sullivan's Je27 PATIENCE. KERNAN'S THEATER AND SUMMER GARDEN. GRIEVE'S COMIC OPERA AND SPECIALTY CO. Grand Oli<> and tbe Burlesque, PIN?A?4. Admission, 10 and 25c : no higher. Je27 ANORAMA OF BATTLE OF BULL"RUN, 15th St.. two Mocks south of Pennsylvania are, 1 be most realistic Battle Scene ever painted. Open Irom 9 a. ui. to 10 p. m. fel4 A $10,000 Loss In M ILLINERY. WHAT IS ONE PERSON'S LOSS IS ANOTHER'S GAIN. We have been fortunate In clearing the entire stock of one of the largest Jobbing Houses at a loss to them of ?10,000, the entire benefit to go to our trade. So call Immediately at K JK IT XN N GOO ~ RSS KK II NNN G G " 1 KK II NNN G sSSa K K II N NN G GO R| K K II N NN GGG S Po A J* A CCC EE* P P AA L AA C C E PPP A A L A A C EE P AAA L AAA 0 C K ' - A ? LLLL A A CCU KEB 814 SEVENTH STREET N. W? FOB THE FOLLOWING BBB A RRR GGG A II NN N RSS, B B AA R R G O AA II N N N S s BBB A A RRR G A A II N N N ?SSo B B AAA R R G GO AAA II N NN c 2 .. BBB A A R R GGG A A II N NN ?SSs .. 1,000 Lovely Bonnets, worth 50 cents, at 15 cents. 2,000 Elegant Bonnets, worth 75 cents, at.. .25 cents. 3,000 Fine Bonnets, worth $L at. 35 cents. Bonnets, all colon, worth $2, at 75 cents. 2,000 Fine White Stylish Hats, worth SI.25, at .50 cts. 3,0000 Fine White Milan Hats, worth tL50,at.75cts. 5,000 Elegant Colored Milan Hats, lovely shapes, worth $2, at 75 cents and $1. Trimmed Sailors, only 10 cents. Elegant Sailors at 20 and 25 cents. Fine assortment of Children's Trimmed an Untrimmed Hate at 20,25, and 50 cento. FINE ELEGANT TIPS, CREAM AND WHITE, 3 IN A BUNCH, 50 CENTS A BUNCH. FLOWERS' PLUMES, RIBBONS, PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS. MILLINERY TRIMMINGS, AND LACE CAPS AT REMARK ABLE SEDUCTIONS. TOUR LAST CHANCE THIS SEASON TO GET SUCH GREAT BARGAINS. EMBRACE THE OPPORTUNITY BY CALLING AT K K n NN N GGG ?? ?SSa KK II NNNGG" 5 s KK II N N N G sSSa K K U N NN G CG ? f K K II N NN GGG , ?5jSS> PPP A L A CCO EE* P P AA L AA O O E I PPP A A L A A O SB P AAA L AAA CO E P A A LLLL A A CCO EEB >25 814 8EVENTH STREET. To R USH For Our Elegant Spring and Summer Clothing has commenced. Think care fully. Deride wisely. Act promptly. Don't watt. Oar Beautiful Spring and Summer Goods have come, and are going rapidly. In these days good old-fash l?u honesty is rare, therefore yon will be plesaed to see how we have combined old tune honesty ia quality and price, with new, fresh styles in Men's and Boy's Clothing and Furnishing Goods. Styles the latest, quality excellent, prices low est. Buyer* cannot put their money in more liberal hands. You need notsccept our statements se we bsck them with goods and prices. Our (12, tl5. tlS suits, must be seen: you cannot Imagine from an advertisement. Can say we ?have seen sal's sold at much more moiyy will not bear comparison with these. Tailoring department oa second and third floors. KOAB WALKER * 00u 025 Pennsylvania SPECIAL NOTJCES. r OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON, JUNE 28, 1887. THE OFFICES OF THE DISTRICT GOVERN MENT ARE REMOVED TO THE BUILDING LO CATED ON 1ST ST.. BETWEEN B AND C 8TS. N.W. J?g8-2t _ SPECIAL NOTICE?ON AND AFTER iv^TMONDAY. June 27,1887. TRANSPARENT ICEi-Hubflud at the Branch Office, corner 19th and Pennsylvania ave. n.w. C. H. BAUB k CO. Je27-6t ?^_^?WILL PLACE EXPERIENCE AGAINST ?vIS 910.000, to start in Washington, profitable cash office business, little competition, with or without services of investor. Highest references furnished. Address box 118, Philadelphia. Pa. Je27-2t* CLARET NOTICE?AN EXCELLENT MS quality, 81 per gallon. Hne delicate Ca tawba. 75c. C. WITMER k CO., Je25-3t* 1918 Pennsylvania ave. ?HAYING JUST OPENED OUB NEW STORE, No. 432 NINTH STREET, We are showing an entire new stock of Fine Gas Fixtures, Table Lamps. Piano Lamps, Gas Shades and Olobes in colored and cut glass. Slate Mantels, Grates, Latrobes, Ranges. Furnaces. Every one cordially wel comed. No one importuned to buy. All orders for Plumbing, Heating and Tinning promptly attended to. Very respectfully, Je25 S. 3. SHEDD k BRO. PRINCE GEOUGE'S COUNTY TAX _ NOTICE.?For tho convenience of persons living in and around Washington,D.C..the undersigned collector aud treasurer ol Prince George's County will be at Messrs. Jackson & Co.'s, Pennsylvania ave , on TUESDAY aud WEDNESDAY. June 2Sth aud 2Hth, for the purpose of collecting taxes for the year 1887. F. NELSON JARBOE, Je23-5t Collector and Treasurer. ^ _^^V(X>I> M^"TELS, SLATE MANTELS AND TILES. ROCHE'S, Jel7-lm* 497 C street northwest. . WASHINGTON, D. C., JUNE 17. 1HK7. Notice of Dissolution.?The copartnership heretofore existing between JAMES A. BATES and ROYAL E. WHITMAN, at 1407 F st. n.w., under the firm-name of BATi.S ti WHITMAN, Real Estate, In surance, and Loan Brokers, was mutually dissolved May 17, 1687. JAMES A. BATES. ROYAL E. WHITMAN. The undersigned will continue the business of Real Estate, Insurance, and Loan Broker at 1407 F st. n.w. Jel7-lm JAMES A. BATES. WASHINGTON. D. C.. JUNE 21, 1887.? Tne Co-partnership heretofore existing be tween Abner T. Louirley and John R. Wolston, and doing business under the firm name of Longley A: Wol ston. as Heal Estate Agents, at 029 F st. n.w., this city, is dissolved this day by mutual consent. A. T. Louirley retiring. ABNER T. LONGLEY. Je22-lw JOHN R. WoLSTON. BEAR LITHIA WATER?INDORSED BY the leading physicians for all Urinary and Bladder Troubles, Kidney Complaints, Jcc. Read testi monials in Post of Sunday. June 12. This water is lor sale by E. P. Mertz, 11th and F fits, n.w.; l'itzer & Co., 501 East Capitol st.; C. 8. Price, 426 7th st. s.w.; Remsberg &. Elliott, 1008 14th st. n. w.; Sothoron A; Becker, 1307 32d st. n.w.: Hull's Phar macy. ?*tu and P ats. n.w.; W. G. Duckett, 22d st and Pennsylvania ave. n.w.; W.C. W llhams, corner 1st and H sts. n.w. ? C. B. Sclialer, 101(1 F st. n.w., and at all first-class druir stores. Trade supplied by E. P. Mertz, Agent for the Company. je24-lm TO BUILDERS ANDARCHITECTS^ GOOD THINGS GROW IN POPULARITY! REAL MERIT IS THE SECRET OF SUCCESS. BIBB'S CELEBRATED BALTIMORE LATROBES Are the best, and, therefore, theoretically as well as literally, the cheaiiest. Upwards of 50.000 Have been sold, and the demand Is steadily increasing. Our Latest Invention is the BIBB'S CALVERT RANGE, Patented May 31st, 1887, The only perfect combination of a SANITARY HEAT ING and CooKING APPARATU8. It is an ODORLESS DOUBLE HEATER. PERFECT IN VENTILATION, . UNSURPASSED FOR BAKING. It can be set at less cost than any other brick-set Range, and is more effective in operation. We also carry in stock a full line of PORTABLE AND BRICK-SET FURNACES. ? SLATE MANTELS! SLATE MANTELS! Representing any color of Marble or Wood, in elegant and graceful modern designs. The marble lzing is executed by first-class artists, and for t>eauty of finish is un rivaled anywhere. Estimates furnished on application. Correspondence solicited. Stove B. C. BIBB k SON, Founders. BALTIMORE. Established 1851. Jel8-eo2w , NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE remnant of the Hard Fund will be dis tributed pro rata t" the late inmates of the Soldiers' and sailors' orphan Home of W ashington, D. C., at the office Ol MARCEI.U S BAILEY. 501 F st.. Washing ton. D. C\. on THURSDAY. July 14. 1K87, at 10 o'clock a. m. To entitle beneficiaries to share in the distribution, evidence that they were inmates of the Home must be filed before the day aUtve named with the Rev. B. Sunderland, at his house, 328 C st. n.w.. Washington, I>. C. This will be the tinal settlement, alter which no part of said fuml will remain in the hands i f the trustees of the institution. By order of the Committee of the Board ol trustees a;>|>oiiited for tins purpose. B. SUNDERLAND, MAKCELLUS bailey, Committee. Jel4~law3w 0K2a? THE ANN U AL MEETING OF STOCK holders of the ANACOSTIA AND POTOMAC RIVER R. 14. CO. will be held on MONDAY, July 1 ltli, at the i utice ot the Company, iu Aiiaontia, D. C. Polls will be open for the Election ol Directors from 2 p. in. until 3 p. in. H. A. GRISWOLD, President. J. B. PITCHER, Secretary. Je21-tu/cthtJyll SHIRTS TO ORDER A SPECIALTY. P. T. HALL, _Je24 90S F st. n.w. ir^r^ARD. To the public: No one has any knowledge or the semblance of any, derogatory; the undersigned is of pure mind. Ije23-bt*] BEN. F. STEARNS. _ I HAVE THIS DAY FOKMED A CO^ partnership with Dr. Gustavus R. Brown, who has had exten?ive experience in fine and artistic dentistry. I can recommend him as a thoroutrly scien tific practitioner and an exi>ert in his specialties?gold fillinirs "crowns and bmlgework." 8. B. MUNCASTER, D. D. S., M. D., 1405 N. Y. ave. n.w. Je23-3in* >THE WASHINGTON MARKET COMPANY _ DIVIDEND. No. 21. A dividend of 30 cents per share has been declared this day to stockholders of record June 30, 1SS7, pay able at the office of the company in Center Market, on and after July 5 next. SAM'L W. CURRIDEN. Treas'r. Washington, D. C., June 20, 1887. je23-tjy0 E. F. BROOKS, GAS FIXTURE3, ka. No charge for Hanging. Lowest Rates. f5 531 15th St., Corcoran Building. "THE REAL" ESTATE_ INVESTMENT COMPANY, OF WASHINGTON, D. 0. INCORPORATED APRIL 29. 18S7. Capital stock $5,000, divided into 200 equal shares of the par value of $25 each. Monthly payments $10 on each share. Books are now open for shares. Subscription and oayuienu. can be made at the office of the Secretary daily from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Copies of the Constitution, explaining the object of the Associa tion, its advantages, &c.. will be furnished upou appli cation to Eugene Carusi, President, 486 I/oni.4ana ave. Bushrod Robinson, Vice-President, 319 7th st. n.w. August Peterson, Trustee, LeDroit Building. y< ni. John Miller, Treasurer, 480 Louisiana ave. Hon. J. A. bwope, Trustee, 214 A st. s.e. WALTER H. ACKER, Secretary. Office, 1008 F st. n.w. Office hours: 9 a. m. to 51>. m. ap30-3in JMO. W. COKfiOK. Jko. W. Macabtnky, Member N. Y. Stock Ex. CORSON & MACARTNEY, GLOVER BUILDING, 1419 F ST. N.W? Bankers and Dealers in Government Bonds. Deposits. Exchange. Loans. Collections. Railroad stocks and Bonds, and all securities listed on the Exchanges of New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore ooujrbt and sold. A specialty made of Investment Securities. District Bonofc and all Local Railroad,Gas, Insurance and Tele phone Stock dealt in. American Bell Telephone Stock bousrhtand sold. au7 ?-?is PHOSVIT.fi.?THIS COMBINATION, OF Caliaaya, Wild Cherry and Horsford's Acid Phosphates, is a popular and efficient Brain and Nerve 7 onic, and a safeguard against Malaria. Sold at M1L fcURN'S PHARMACY, 1429 Pennsylvania ave.. iu bottles or on draught with soda water. 115 DR.ROBEKT BEYBURnTjrTHA8 RE ?v_5, moved his office and residence to 714 13th st. n.w. Office hours 7 to 8:30 a.m. and 5 to 8. p.m. Jel-lm* LIME. LIME. JOHN8TON A LIBBEY, (Successors to Cartwright k Johnston), MANUFACTURERS OF LIME. ap20-3m Kilns and Office: 1035 29th st n.w. O cr Exhibit of Wood Mantels, tiles; AND FIRE-PEACE FIXTURES Mae been selected and arranged with care to meet the artistic wanta of Washington purchasers, and our prices are about 25 per cent, less than New York prices for leas desirable selections. HAYWARD k HUTCHINSON. my30 424 9th street He D. Barb. IMPORTER AND TAILOR, his the honor to Inform rou that his NEW GOODS have lust arrived. Mr. BAR& personally fits all garments mads in blase utbllAhment. ^7 jrenaaylrsalaaTeou^ ? Washington.News and Gossip. The supplement or The Evbnino Stir to-day contains: School commencements, the Georg?. towd university Alumni meeting, Fruit and flow ers, the diamond field, Harvard's hard pull to de feat Columbia, Dr. McGlynn to become a Knight ot Labor, telegraphic dispatches, &c. The ad vertisements are classified as follows: Auction Sales, Proposals, Summer Resorts, Ladles' Goods, Books, Hotels, Professional, Educational, House furnishings, Family Supplies, Railroads, Potomac River Boats, Ocean Steamers, The Trades, Sew ing Machines, Financial, Medical, Dentistry, At torneys, Pianos and Organs, Wood and Coal, Undertakers. Government Receipts To-Day.?Internal reve nue, |182,24o; customs, $723,273. Secretary Whitney, In an Interview In New York last night, expressed his satisfaction with the condition of affairs at the Brooklyn navy yard. The object of his visit there was to Inspect the new system ot arrangement of stores which his Department has adopted, wnereby officers are held strictly accountable for everything under their charge. The Secretary stated that he had condemned nearly $4,000,000 worth of stores and material, about $1,000,000 worth ot which Is lying at the Brooklyn navy-yard. These will be sold at public auction, and the same satisfactory results are expected from the sale as those obtained at Norfolk. A Colored Pastor's Complaint.?W. H. Hoard, colored pastor of the Mount Zlon M. E. Church, of Charlotte, N. C., has complained to the Interstate Commission that he and several members of his congregation, having purchased first-class tickets over the Georgia Railroad from Atlanta to Charles ton, were forbidden entry to first-clas3 coaches, and compelled to ride in a dirty and uncomfort able car, one-half of which was a smoking car. Tiie Department of Justice building was draped In mourning yesterday In memory of the late ex Attorney General Speed. The Asiatic Squadron.?Rear Admiral Chan dler, commanding the Asiatic squadron, reports from Yokohama, May 31, the arrival of Capt. F. O. McNalr, who has taken command of the Omaha, the assumption o( the command of the Palos by Lieut, commander Craig, and the departure ot Lieut. Commander T. Nelson, for the United States. Under date of June 2, Admiral Chandler reports the Brooklyn, Manocacy, Omaha and Palos at Yokahaina, the Essex en rou te from Kobe to Yokohama and the Marion at Chemulpo, Korea. Affairs in the East more quiet, and the health of officers and men of the ileet was excellent. Those who Leave toe City during the sum mer can have The Star mailed to them for any length of time, and the address changed as often as desired. The subscription must be Invariably paid in advance. The North Atlantic SQUADRON^alled from Newport to-day for Boston. Among the President's Callers to-day were Senators Gibson and Cockrell, Gen. Sheridan, Assistant Secretary of State Porter, commissioner of Internal Revenue Miller, Col. D. P. Dyer, of St. Louis, Major Bourke, oi New Orleans, and Repre sentative Hayes, of Iowa. All thb Members of the Cabinet were present at the regular Cabinet meeting to-day except Sec retary Whitney. Sixteen of Her Soss Served in thb War.?A West Virginian named Brown was at the Pension Bureau yesterday to furnish evidence In a claim pending before the office. It was learned upon inquiry that his mother had borne thirty-three children in alL Twenty of this number were boys, sixteen of whom had served In the Union Army. Two were killed. The other fourteen survive. Each of them draws a pension from the Govern ment for disabilities received wliljp in the service. The death of the two boys entitles the mother to a pension also. Gen. Black says the files of the ofilce fall to show another record where the six teen sons of owr father and mother served as sol diers In the late war. Tuf. Quartermaster General's Clerks (second and third class), who were examinea on the 18th Instant, received notice of their percentage yester day. All but three passed, the highest percentage being ut>. 13 and the lowest 75.05. CniEF Clerk Appointed.?John H. Hood, of the claims division of the Quartermaster General's Office, was to-day appointed chief clerk of the Of fice oi National cemeteries in this city, vice John J. Washburn, resigned. Salary $2,000 per annum. Naval Orders.?Lieut. II. T. Monahan, ordered to temporary duty on thechieago. Passed Assist ant Engineers Ilarne Webster, R. R. Lietch, aud C. P. Howell, to temporary duty on the Chicago. Lieut n. A. B. Speyers. J. J. Hunker, aud J. H. Nick els, detached from the New York navy-yard and ordered to temjKtrary duty on the Chicago. Naval Cadets R. K. Coontz, Chas. c. Poe, BenJ. Wright, Albert Burnstlne, Arthur H. Dutton, C. M. Cor Kmlng. J. T. Bootes, Geo. R. Evans, Glennle Tar >.\, \V. W. Gilmer, C. M. McConniek, J. E. Schln del, T. B. Slade, E. W. Eberly, D. S. Nes, Armlsted Rust, B. M. Lombard. R. L. Russell, J. p. Mcouln ness H. A. Blspham, Jos. strauss. Win. McKay, cnas. s. stanworth, W. W. Joynes, G. W. Kline, Geo. R. Slocum, Wm. G. Miller, v. o. chase, Theo. C. Fenton, A. C. D1 fieri bach, and Jno. o. Tauresey. from the Naval Academy and ordered to proceed home and await orders. Sain'l W. Armlsted has been appointed an assistant naval constructor from June 30 next. Resigned.?Assistant Engineer W. G. Sample has resigned, to take effect June 27,1887. The Following Patents have been Issued to Washington applicants: William L. Lightboun, for police nippers; Theodore Vollten. for a sash cora fastener; Edward C. Dean, for an antifriction roller; Philip o. Jenkins, lor an incandescent elec tric lamp; 'lapley W. Young, for a dynamite shell. Gov. Taylor, of Tennessee, several days ago de livered an address to the young ladles of the Brookhaven, Miss., Female College, at the com mencement. Upon the conclusion of his address he was presented by the young ladies with a very fine violin, as the governor Is noted as a skillful performer on that Instrument. The Commissioner of the General Land Office, with the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, has Issued to registers and receivers an amenda tory circular to govern proceedings to obtain title to public lands under the desert-land laws. Personal.?Mr. S. M. Y eat man has gone to San Francisco with his wife and family to represent the Indian office in the opening of bids and awarding of contracts for supplies for the Indians on the Pacific coast. Geo. Mlrlch of St. Louis, and N. B. corbln of Macon, Ga., are at Wlllard's. J. F. Ulrlch and A. A. Newbery of New York, and Thomas perry of the Army, are at the lilggs. C. G. Hlldreth of New York, L. G. White of Massa chusetts, and T. J. Davis of Richmond, are at the Arlington. Among recent arrivals at the Hygeia Hotel, Old Point Comrort, from Washing ton are: F. D. McKenney, Carroll McKenney, Wm. J. Marsh, Jos. W llklnson, Robert W. McPher son, W. G. Shock, J. H. McKenny and wife, chas. A. McKenny, Z. P. Murlas, Jose M. Marias, jr., II. Clarke, Wm. s. Cowles, commander of the Dis patch, Hinston Klilredge, Jas. A. Batts, Chief En gineer schock, J. H. Oliver, C. M. Fahs, and Dr. A. Hudson. Pror. E. M. Gallaudet and wife left yesterday for their charming summer residence at Branford, conn., about 8 miles from New Haven and overlooking Long Island Sound. Among those sailing from New York for Europe to-mor row are Dr. Welling, president of the Columbian University, and Miss Elizabeth Bryant Johnson, of this city. Presidential Appointment*. The President has appoint ed the following Pres idential postmasters: Henry D. Pessell, Qulncy, Branch County, Mich., vice Milan M. Brown, re moved; Hull lioagland, Emmetsburgh, Palo Alto County, Iowa, vice w. J. Brown, resigned; BenJ. W. Tasker, Fort Edward, N. Y.; John T. Gallup, Greenport, N. Y., and Burr O. Newton, Bolivia, N. Y. Jumes F. Freeman and Wellington Titus have been appointed United States snipping commis sioners at Providence, R. L, and Waldoboro, Me., respectively. The Guides that Kissed the Girls. TWO OP the authorized capitoi.guides suspended. The Capitol police board have Investigated to some extent the account published In The Stab of last Saturday of what happened to two young girls who entrusted themselves to two authorized guides at the capltoL These guides, it was charged, conducted the girls to an unfrequented place and there kissed them and offered them In sults. The two guides susuected, and who have partly admitted the charge, though they have denied the kissing, have been suspended. Mean while an effort Is being made to have one or both of the girls, who are out of the city, to come here and identity the men and give their story to the officials. Charged with an Assault with Intent to Kill.? A young man, named Christopher Judge, was In the Police Court to-day on a charge of assault with intent to kill Martin Hendricks In Carroll's saloon, near the base ball grounds, several nights ago. It was shown tnat Hendricks and otners were drinking when Judge entered with Maurice Boach. Judge said: "Now's your chance: give It to him:" whereupon Roach drew a revolver and fired, the ballet entering the walL The case was sent to the grand Jury; bonds $500. Roach has already been tried on a similar charge, and is awaiting trial in the criminal Court. CASE OF REV. F. RL TODD. His Trial by the Presbytery of Wm?b infton Begun. TESTIMONY OF THK COLORED WITNESS WHO CLAIMS TO HATE SEEN THE PASTOR IN A COMPROMISING POSI TION?OTHEB WITNESSES. The adjourned meeting or the Washington Pres. bytery to Inquire Into the charges against Rev. Francis M. Todd, of Manassas, Va., was called to order by Moderator French, in the basement of the New York Avenue church, at 10 o'clock this morn ing. The call of the roll developed a quorum pres ent. A letter was read, dated yesterday, from Mr. Jno. R. Hornbaker, who procured the affidavits against Mr. Todd, requesting that either Rev. Dr. Chllds or Rev. Dr. Fullerton be assigned as coun sel for the accusers. The letter also stated that Elder H. H. Washington, who signed the charge against Mr. Todd, would be present at the trial. The letter was laid over until the report of the Judicial committee should be submitted. REPORT OF THE JUDICIAL COMMITTEE. In the absence of Dr. Fullerton, chairman of the Judicial committee, Rev. Dr. Chllds submitted the report of the judicial committee appointed last Saturday. That committee consisted of Rev. Drs. Fullerton, Chllds and Hamlin and Messrs. Walker and Lyman. Dr. Chllds made a statement of the papers that were submitted to the committee. They consisted of the minutes of the session of Manassas church, at which Mr. Todd demanded an investigation, of some Immaterial corre spondence, and of the originals of the affidavits of Turner, the principal witness; of Carrico, to whom Turner first, told what he alleged he had seen, and of other persons certifying to the good character of Turner, and maps of the roads and vicinity of the alleged meeting between Mr. Todd and the unknown woman, submitted by each side to t lie case. Elder Washington had made some unim portant changes in his charges. These charges alleged thatRev. Mr. Todd had been guilty of un chastlty and conduct unbecoming a christian and a minister, and the specifications were contained in the Turner affidavit. The committee recommended that if both sides to the case were willing to waive the ten days' de lay, that the trial be immediately proceeded with, the testimony of the prosecution being flrst taken, the defense to follow with their testimony. THE DEFENSE RBADY FOR TRIAL. Dr. Sunderland said the defense were ready for trial at once. Elder Washington, of the prosecu tion, was called, but he did not answer and it was stated that he would be present at 12 o'clock. Dr. Chllds said it was the desire or the accusers that Mr. Nour.se act as counsel for them and he moved that he be assigned. Mr. Nourse refused to act. saying he had twice dec-lined. Dr. Chllds replied that the prosecution had been under the impres sion that Mr. bourse would act lor them. Mr. Nourse declared he had never agreed to so act and wanted Mr. Hornbaker to corroborate him. Dr. Sunderland regarded it as a reasonable re quest oi Mr. Nourse that Mr. Hornbaker should state whether or not Mr. Nourse had agreed to act as counsel for the accusers. He wanted to hear the statement, but II the presbytery proposed to exclude It, of course there was no way to compel it. The defense was entirely willing that Mr. Nourse should act as oounsel for the accusers. The moderator decided that Mr. Hornbaker's statement was not necessary. TROUBLE IN GETTING COUNSEL FOR THK ACCUSERS. Very Amslderable difficulty was experienced In procuring counsel lor the prosecution. Mr. Nourse having positively declined, a motion was made that Dr. Chllds be assigned as counsel. Notwith standing Dr.- ChHds' protest, a vote was taken, and apparently the motion was carried, but Dr. cuilds declared that he could not act. He said ne was not In good health, and had forced himself to come out to-day. He moved to substitute the name ot Mr. Nourse. but before that motion was put It was decided that the presbytery had no power to compel a member to act as oounsel. Hence the motion was not put. Dr. chllds moved that Mr. Lyman be assigned as counsel lor the prosecution, but Mr. Lyman asked to be excused, lie said he knew nothing about the case, but if the presbytery Insisted he would feel bound to act. In that event he should feel impelled to demand the ten days' delay in order to prepare the eaee. DR. CHILD8 ASSIGNED AS COUNSEL. After considerable debate, in which the rules ot procedure, the propriety of having counsel, fic., were discussed, Dr. chllds was almost unani mously assigned as counsel for the prosecution. Dr. chllds yielded, saying he would make as much progress as possible. Dr. Sunderland, counsel for the defense, noted an exception to the appointment of Dr. Chllds, saying there was no law for the appointment of counsel for the prosecution, and he objected on the ground of its illegality. The exception was noted. MR. TODD PLEADS "NOT GUILTY." Dr. Chllds, having accepted the duty of counsel for the prosecution, the charges were formally read, and Mr. Todd was called upon to plead. He stood up, and, In a Arm, emphatic tone, responded "not guilty." The moderator impressively charged the presbytery, and the case was opened. TESTIMONY OP ROBERr TURNER, THE COLORED WIT NESS. Robert Turner, the colored man who made the affidavit that he saw Mr. Todd In the woods with a woman, was the flrst witness called. He walked forward to the platform and was sworn. He is very black, about forty-eight years of age, and seemed possessed of ordinary intelligence. He was dressed In a black suit, with a white shirt, no collar, and appeared cool and self-possessed. After stating his name andj-esltlenee Turner arose to .his feet add somewhat Impressively said: "Gentl'mens I'se here to-day ter tell de trufe Jls as nigh as I kin cum at It." I n response to questions he said that early on the morning of May 24th (the day of the alleged oc currence; he was working at currey's, and there were with him Peter and Pat curry, Jas. Worder, Elijah slack, and others. Early In the morning he went out to build a brush fence around some land that he rents. He went into the woods and came to the butt of an oak tree that uad been cut down for spoke timber. He peered through the limbs and bushes to decide the line of fence. He saw a horse hitched to a sapling. He went round the butt of the tree, and when.well around it he dis covered A MAN AND WOMAN lying on a lap-robe that was spread on the ground. The woman "skulked" off under the bushes, and witness could not see whether she was white or black, as she kept her back to him, but she raised her hand to pull her hat down over her lace, and witness saw the hand was white. Witness recog nized Mr. Todd, and said, "Good morning." Mr. Todd asked what he was doing there, and witness replied that he was running a line for a lenee. Turner testified that he passed on, intending to go home, but after going a short distance "curosty commenc'der botheiin' him," and he stole back through the woods. He could hear voices, and saw the horse still hitched to the same sapling, but though he crawled under the bushes he coukI not see the persona. He went home and told his wife what he had seen. Witness said It was betweeen 9 and 10 o'clock In the morning when he saw Mr. Todd in the woods. About an hour after witness got home Carrico arrived and witness described to him what he had seen. Witness and Carrico went to the spot and saw where the horse had been hitched and also where the lap-robe had been spread on the ground. They also saw tracks,and they tracked the norse from the spot where It had been hitched out towards the Nokesvllle Road. After several days witness said that Mr. Slack and others called upon him lor a statement of the facts. He reiter ated the main portion of his testimony. He declared that he knew Mr. Todd well and COULD NOT BE MISTAKEN as to his Identity. He had known him very welL He was "'stonlshed" when he discovered Mr. Todd. After leaving the spot he started home, but "cu rosty" got the better of him and he went back for another view. While looking under the bushes witness said to himself: "Bob Turner, you better git on home, kase ef dat man sees yon he mout shoot yiu." On cross-examination, witness said he was forty six years old; was a slave, and was born and raised near where he now lives; had been married twenty years, and was a member of the Baptist church; had been a member for fourteen years. He commenced to mark out the line for the brush fence, wuich he went to work upon when he saw Mr. Todd, about two weeks before that incideut. He made a brush fence because it was easier to get brush than rails. Turner explained on a map ot the vicinity shown him the line of fence he pro posed to run. The line for the fence was traced out by blazing trees some years ago. Witness was hunting for the line. It was to Inclose land that be rented. He had finished the fence since, and he added: "De fens' is dar now to show for itself." WHEN WITNESS FIRST SAW THK WOMAN she was not on the laprobe, but was In a stooping posture running away. Question. "Was she a tall woman or a short woman?" Answer?"She was pretty long-walsted." Wit ness said she had on a black dress, a mixed straw hat and a dove-colored veil. The man was LYING ON THK LAP-ROBE. He laid still, even when witness spoke to him. It was a level spot of ground. The robe on the ground looked to witness like a table-cloth, and that was what he called it. The man was re clining on the robe, resting on his right elbow. The man was bare-headed, and wore a black coat; It looked like a heavy coat. The pants looked gray. Witness did not halt, but passed right on. He felt like he was In' a "kind of a critical place." After exchanging salutations Mr. Todd said: "What are you looking tort" Wit ness replied that he was looking tor an old fence line, and passed right on. Witness didn't notice exactly how the horse was hitched. He passed him right by and said: "Hyar hoes! don't you kick me," and went on. About two weeks afterward witness showed Dr. Bedding where the horse was hitched, and the doctor measured the track ot the horse In witness' presence. Mr. Rounds and Doug las Brent were al90 present. Witness was eertalu that he pointed out the right tree. After passing 1 the man and woman witness slipped back to get another look; heard voices, but did not see the man and woman, though the horse was still hitched at the same place. On Thursday, two days after the discovery of the man and woman, Mr. Slack and Mr. Meredith called at witness* house to hear the story. On the Saturday follow, ln^ witness went to the Nokesvllle station. Then the story was all round, and everybody was ask ing witness about It. SURE IT WAS MR. TODD. Dr. Sunderland (solemnly)?"Now, Mr. Turner, before God. and as you expect to answer at the awful day of judgment, will you swear the man you saw in the woods was Mr. Todd?'' Witness?" 'Twaa the man I always took for Mr. | Todd." Question?"But will you swear It waa Mr. Todd?" Answer?"Yes, sir; I eouldnt be mistaken." Q.?"Have you always felt kindly toward Mr. Todd?" The witness replied that he had no reason to feel otherwise; that he had never had any griev ance against Mr. Todd. Turner swore that he did not see Mr. Todd on the day before he found him in the woods: that he had not talked with any. body about Mr. Todd. He did noi know that Mr. Todd was In that part of the country until he saw him in t he woods. At this point a recess was taken. Important Army Order*. CHANGES IN STATIONS OP ORDNANCK OFFICERS, ETC. CoL ElweU G. Otis, ^Oth Infantry, haa been de tailed to proceed to Harrlsburg, Pa., for the pur pose of accompanying the governor of Pennsyl vania on his tour of Inspection ol the N at lonal Guard of Pennsylvania at the annual encampment at Mt. Gretna, Lebanon County, iroin the 6th to the 13t h of August. l lie following changes have been made In the stations and duties of ordnance officers: Major J. P. Farley has been relieved from the command of the powder depot, Dover, N. J., and assigned to duty as a memt>er of the ordnance board, with station at New York arsenal, Governor's Island. Major F. U. Phlpps has been relieved from the command of the Kennebec arsenal, Augusta, Me., and assigned to the command of the powder depot at Dover. Capt. o. E. Mlchaells relieved from duty at tho Waterviiet arsenal, West Troy, N. Y., and assigned to the command of the Kennebec arsenal. Augusta, Me. Capt. J. E. Greer has been ordered, In addi tion to his present duties, to report to the com manding officer New York arsenal lor duty as assistant. Capt. Chas. shaler hus been relieved from duty as a member of the ordnance board In New York clty;and ordered to report In person i,o the commanding officer, Waterviiet arsenal, for duty. Capt. Jas. C. Ay res has been relieved from duty at the Benlcla arsenal, CaL, and ordered to report In person to the command ing general, Department of Columbia, lor duty as chief ordnance officer of that depart uient and com manding officer of the Vancouver barracks ord nance depot. capt. Andrew u. Kussell has been relieved from duty as chief ordnance officer. Department of Columbia, and as command ing officer of the Vancouver barracks, and ordered to report In person to the command ing officer, Frankfonl arsenal. Philadelphia. Pa., for duty. Capt. Ira McNutt lias bwn relieved from duty at the Frankfort arsenal and ordered to report In person to the commanding officer Watertown arsenal, Massachusetts, tor duty. First Lieut. L. L. Bruff has been relieved rroin duty at the West Point foundry. Cold spring, N. Y_ and ordered to report lor duty to the commanding offi cer Waterviiet arsenal, New York. First Lieut. W. W. Gibson, ordnance Depart ment, upon being relieved rrom duty at the Mili tary Academy, has been ordered to report for duty at the Midvale Steel Works, Philadelphia, Pa. First Lieut. W. W. Galbralth, 5th artlllerv, li;is been ordered to report In person to the superin tendent of the Military Academy for duty at the academy. Leave of absence for one month and twentvdays has been granted 2d Lieut. Jas. A. Swift, signal Corps. The Kaval Academy. ONLY FIVE VACANCIES TO BK FILLED. There are now only five vacancies at the Naval Academy. Secretary Whitney will not have more than one of the vacancies to fill by an appoint ment at large, as the Congressmen entitled to four of the Ave appointments have asked for and been granted time In which to look around for suitable candidates. In the recent examination for ad mission to the Naval Academy all the candidates of the President passed, and therefore there will be no further appointments at large by the Chief Executive during this Administration, as there are now ten of his appointees at the Academy. The following Is a list of the successful candidates in the May examinations who have been appointed as naval cadets from the date of their examina tions: Elisha Theall, Fourth District, and Archi bald Author, Twelfth District, New York; Charles Kulf Emrlch, Tenth District; Louis Herman Gross, Nineteenth District; Edward Trickle, Seventh Dis trict; Adelbert Althouse, sixth District, and Lueien Greaihouse, Eighteenth District, Illinois; Charles Theodore Jewell and Thomas Steele Kellogg, at large; Thomas Jones Lenn, Second District, south Carolina; Dewltt Blarnpr, Third Iowa District; Louis J. Mcolli. Twenty-seventh, and Joseph Allen Leeds, second, Pennsylvania; John Keeler Robin son. First Michigan; William Hessler McKelvy, Twenty-second Pennsylvania; Edwin Taylor Pol lock, Ninth Ohio; Harry Eaton smith. Tenth Ghio; William Hugh McGrann, Tenth Tennessee; Daniel Hlnde, Twelfth Indiana; Robeson Lea Low, First Pennsylvania; Charles Follett Carson, Second Michigan; Van Dyke Todd, Fourth Texas; Charles Allen, Sixteenth Ohio; Timothy Francis Maurln, Second Louisiana; William Lewis Waller, Fifth Virginia; Thomas Leollne Jenkins, second North Carolina; Roby Rjbinson. Third Alabama; George William Laws, Eighth oblo; William Lycurgus Lancaster, Fifth Alabama; Albert Sidney McLe more,seventh Tennessee; Harley Hannibal Christy, Eighth, and Rufus H. Lane, Seventeenth Ohio. ???? The Sew District Office**. THE WORK OF REMOVAL COMPLETED AND THE CLERES ALL IN THEIR NEW QUARTERS. The last article of furniture was moved out of the old District building this afternoon, and It was left to the rats and roaches. There is an air of freshness and cleanliness about the new building which renders It very attractive to the observer, and doubly so to the clerks who have so long existed In the gloomy and dark rooms of the old building. It will be a week at least before the workmen will have completed their labors. There is a great deal of interior trimming to be done, be side shelving must be put up for the flies of the different departments, and the wood work painted. Everything was done in a hurry, and as fast as the workmen left one floor they were closely fol lowed by the District officers, who deposited their belongings amidst the dust, shavings, and rub bish. The Baltimore and Ohio Deal. From the Baltimore Sun, to-day. News was received in Baltimore financial circles yesterday from Deer Park that President Garrett I Is working on the details of the Baltimore and Ghio deal with the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Day ton syndicate. The report was that there is no hitch In the negotiations and that the deal will be carried out. Second Vice-President Thomas M. King was in New York last week, where the New | Jersey antagonism to the construction of the Arthur Kill bridge is receiving attention. Sharp Declared a Very Sick itlan. Mr. Parsons, counsel tor Jacob sharp, spoke for Ave hours In opening the case for the defense in New York yesterday. The first witness called for the defense was Jno. M. Soribner, of Robinson, Scribner & Bright, counsel for the Broadway Sur face road. He began to give the history of the efforts made to get a franchise for a Broadway railroad, but was Interrupted by an objection from Assistant District Attorney NlcoU, who claimed that the people had put in all the evidence neces sary on that point, chas. H. Hooiier was then called and produced the railroad bill of 1883 and Its veto by Gov. Cleveland, chas. K. Dayton, journal clerk of the assembly, gave a history of the Introduction and passage of the bill of 1884. During the Intermission after Mr. Parsons' ad dress, Dr. Loom Is examined Sharp in one of the ante-rooms. He pronounced Sharp a very sick man. The Kentucky War Not Over. ENOEUH TOLLIVEBS LEFT ALIVE TO RENEW THE " FIGHT. A telegram from Flemlngsburg, Ky., says: The war in Rowan County Is by no means ended. The escaped Tolllvers are now in Elliott County, their home, rapidly recruiting a large following, and this week propose to retake Morehead, kill every man they can who took part In the recent killing of craig ToUlver and three of his supporters, and then burn the town. OoL ToUlver, a brother of Craig, is at the bead of the movement- Colonel and a cousin, also named ToUlver, were arrested' in EUlott county Friday, on a warrant from Rowan county, and placed in jail at Martlnsburg. That night a mob of forty or fifty ToUlverites broke into jail and rescued the two prisoners. There is Intense excitement again throughout Rowan county in anticipation of the proposed raid. Andy ToUlver, who was wounded at the Morehead, Ky., fight last Wednesday, died yester day ol his wounds* while being oosveyed under ar rest to Morehead. The Maryland convention of thk Knights.? At the Knights of Labor convention in Baltimore yesterday It was reported that thSre were 250 del egates entitled to admission. Jacob schonfarber was chosen permanent chairman. General Secre tary Lltchman deUvered an address as to the needs of the workingman. He advised unity aa the best means of attaining their objects. In regard to politics he said he favored getting promisee of the old parties aa to how far they would aid the labor- , lag men. He waa strongly in favor of a labor I bureau entirely tree from poUOca* Miss Meurice, of Philadelphia, in aa address, sooted the Mary land legislature. Telegrams to The Star. ALLIANCE AGAINST ENGLAND. Irish Jealousy of Papal Interference. BIO STOCK OPERATORS AT WAR.. OHIO DESPERADOES CAUGHT IN MICHIGAN People Killed by a Tornado in Texas. THE VATICAN JII8T BE CAKEFI'L. Tbe Irith Will Tolerate no lnterler? cure In tbe Salisbury In to rent. Special Cable Dispatch to The Kveximu Star. London, June 28.?Tbe situation whloli hns been created by the arrival of the papal envoy, and the now abandoned papal c- uniulsslon or in quiry to Ireland, should be watch?*d closely. The Irish members are deeply dissatisfied wit h KuITo Soma's relations to the duke of Norfolk. A good many of them stayed away from Cardinal Man ning's reception to him In consequence. They are not prepared to permit any interference wlthArch blshop Walsh In Lord Salisbury's interest. The feeling Is very strong, and I am convinced that rather than tolerate a blow at the nationalist movement struck from tbe Vatican, the national ist priesthood In Ireland would BE HEADY TO FACE SECESSION FROM HOME. The chances are that Cardinal Manning will pre vent the papal envoy from endangering the Irish connections. There are already signs the mission will come to nothing. The National League is preparing to meet coercion in t he uMial way. New Oram'hes are being established throughout Eng land, and new and larger headquarters are being chosen In London; this in anticipation of the sup pression of the organization In Ireland. Liberal victories must not be expected at the forthcoming elections. The jubilee has been largely worked In Salisbury's Interests In the country districts. THE BCSKO-FBEXCIl ALLIANCE. England Itlay Drop the Convention and Just Hanff on to Egypt* Special Cable Dispatch to The Evening Star. London, June 28.?The Anglo-Turkish convention Is almost given over here, and there is a good deal of Irritation at Wolff s blundering diplomacy. There Is no sign that iheRusso-Freneh compact, which the yard to-day declares has been made absolute Is to be modified by any English action in deference, to Russia In Bulgaria. Russia's object Is now said to be the exclusion of any permanent establishment of England In Egypt. In ot her words, no arrangement with Turkey which leads even in directly to an English protectoraee will be tolerated by Russo-French combination. U nder these circum stances Lord Salisbury la believed to be already Inclined to abandon the convention, especially as this would leave him with a free hand, and it would be thought here rather good diplomacy to meet the opitositlon of the new alliance on its own f round ana say frankly, "Very well, gentlemen. ou will not allow us to leave Egypt on any con ditions whatsoever, so wc will stay there on our own." BIG OPERATORS AT WAR. Reading-, Manhattan, and Pacific Hail Forced Down by Hostile Cliques To Day. N?w York, June 28,10 JO a. m.?The opening of tbe stock market was very exciting, and all tbe big operators seem to be at war with each other. There has been no time since the days of Drew, Little, and the other old-time operators that indi viduals made such efforts personally in the stock Exchange as they have done at the close yester day and the opening this morning. Reading was the scene of the greatest excitement, and the bulls in that stock did their best to support it at 48, but the attacks were too rapid, and they were forced to give way. Manhattan was the weakest stock. It closed last night at 130 and opened at l percent off, at 12U. There were no buying orders what ever in the stock, and it declined 2 per cent at a time on each 100 shares sold, and is now off 8 per cent from last night's close. Pacific Mall Is also being raided successfully by the bears, and Is now down to 44>g. The story Is that all the big oper ators are gunning for each other. DEACON WHITE AND CAMHACE SUPPORT THE MARKET. New Tore, June 28, ll :45 a. m.?The reports of the shipment ot $1,000,000 in gold has had a good effect on the market and shorts have generally began covering. S. V. White and Cammack bought largely of Pacific Miill and New England, and the syndicate brokers have taken ail the Reading offered so far to-day. The foreign bankers report a large number of bills offering, and a further de cline in tbe exchange rates is considered probable. They estimate shipments of gold from Europe In the next ten days at $5,000,000. Money lb still scarce and call loans are being made at rates equal to 30 per cent per annum. OUTRAGE BY KEXICAN B A WD ITS. Stage Passengers Shot and Bobbed and then Lett Bound and Helpless. St. Louis, June 28.?A special from El Paso, Texas, says: stage robbing has spread from Texas and Missouri to sonora. A few days ago a stage traveling between Saracl and Santa Aua, the latter on a section on the Sonora railroad, was at tacked by six masked bandits. The stage was occupied by Adolfo Garay, a servant and two ladles, Senora Lazzerraja and her daughter Fran else a. Garay resisted and was mortally wounded. The servant had his arm broken. The two ladles were tied to the wheels of the carnage and $2,500 taken from them. With this money they had in tended to buy goods at Guayamas. It was a whole day before the party, was found and relieved. Garay died at Saracl. The bandits were tracked and pursued and two of them captured and hanged. The Burned Winronun Town. THE HOMELESS INHABITANTS CAMPING OUT IN THE WOODS IN A PITIABLE CON1DITION. Milwaukee, June 28.?The latest accounts of the Marshfleid fire come from neighboring towns whose hospitality has been thrown open to the 2,000 homleess inhabitants. But few availed them selves of It, however, most of the people being housed for the night In wagons, rudely constructed sheds, blankets and such household furniture plied up as was saved. The scenes last night were pitia ble. The wearied men and depressed women spent the night watching the remnants of their homes and possessions promiscuously scattered rouud in the surrounding woods which were lit up by the glow from the still burning mass that cov ered acres and represented a thriving village. So rapid was tne spread of the Are that little could be saved. Frantic men and women used vehicles of every descrtption to save goods when the fire reached the residence part ot the town. Messages have been received that the people are but scantily suppled with provisions, and there will be suffering until aid is despatched. ('beers and Hlmei for Albert Victor. Dublin, June 28.?Prince Albert victor, of Wales, review the troops in Pbenlx Park to-day. The reception given to the prince by the populaoe was a mixed one, combining cheers and hisses. yiurdered by Alaska Indian*. SUPPOSED FATS OF THE CREW OF THE SLOOr BIRD. Victoria, B. C., June 28.?Information has been received here that tbe sloop Seablrd, which left Port Townsend for Alaska, May is, 1880, never reached port, but that her ci?w,consisting of Capt. Wells, Henry Moore, Pilot Henry Bolt, and a Ger man whose name Is unknown, were murdered by Indians at Knight's Inlet. Moure has a family in victoria, and Bolt's family f> In Seattle. Toman, an Indian, whose brother was banged at Nanalmo last year, Is supposed to have 00?ttted tbe deed in revenge. Closed on Account of a Strike. Woonsoceet, R. L, June 9k?Tbe three large cotton mills at Manville have abut down indefi nitely on account of the weavers' strike, and tbe mill officials have notified all former employes to quit tbe company's tenements. When business is resumed new help will be engaged Irrespective of former service. No proposition of settlement will be entertained. Tbe operators, who number 2,000, are mostly French-Canadians, and are fast leaving the village. ARCHBISHOP WALSH DENIES. Dublin, June 2&?Archbishop Walsh denies that be offered any opposition to the pope's purpose to send Mgr. Ferolco on a mtSHlOn to Ireland. mr. mubpiit seas torn, damages. Mr. William M. Murphy, nationalist member ot parliament, has commenced proceedings sgal the captain of U.M.8.Shannon, for seizing yacht In Ban try, - a green flag. SOLICITOR M'CUE IN CINCINNAtTTO AID IM IU 1 COWML CiNCiKMAn, June 2a?solicitor McCue, of tbe United States Treasury Department, Is here at tbe request of Controller of tbe currency Trenholm The District Attorneys Ofnde is engaged In gather ing evidence to be used in the prosecution ot the men now under i " TOBNAM I If TEXAS. rirt la Am Lomo View. Tkx.. June c*.?On* ot the mast Ob structive storms rrrt known occurred last night, 20 miles below hem, and earned death and de struction In Ita course. At New Prospect, SO mile south, Ave men were killed outright Fairplay, a small hamlet, one woman and two children were killed, having taken shelter In aa old house, on which a very Ion* tree Ml, crushing them. In the track of this tornado not lung *a? left. The county 1m thinly settled, which accounts ror the few lives lost, as there Is no telegraphto communication but little can be learned at till* tfeMk ROW AX tOIATIH MOIRUE. Farther Report* Refarflay the lYrak Gaiherlnf of the Marderea* Talllvct riaat. Lotisvii.t*, Kt., June l?.?It Is reported frub Catlettgburg that the Tolllver faction of Kowan County are reorganizing and the people in thai aectlon are expecting auother outbreak at More head. Two ?-ouslns of tralg Tol liver passed through Catletteburuh yesterday. They said they wore from Lawrence county, and were going to Morehead. but would not say ?Ult they purposed to do there. It in suppos>\i by some that th'-se two men were Calvin Tolllver and Andrew Tolli ver, who were with Craig Tolllver whoa sheriff Uogg'apOHse attacked ttieui, but made their escnpt. A citizen s meeting, It is reported, will be hold at Morehead Wednesday, and the Tolllver gang, who are recovering from the shock of Craig s death, will try to get control of it. Town Marshal Jim Minnln, oi More bead. and hit. brother "Bud"' M.uinln, were among tb>>*e who escaped, and are marshaling Tolllvcr's friends in Klllott county, their stronghold. Allle Young, county attorney, Z. T. Young, Jr., and John K?>gers? arrested at Mt, Sterling on a charge of complicity in the murder ot the Logans, have been released by Judge cooper on habeas corpus proceedings under heary ball. They are expected, with friends from Montgomery and Menlte?' counties, to meet the M.innlns at Morehead Wednesday. If t his program Is carried out there will be more bl?xwished. The Retiring Meat Fisheries. sksatok voorrkes thinks thk iUMa COMMER cial COMIANY CAUSED THE TROt'RLE. Victoria, h. c., June-.jx.-Senator \oorheea, of Indiana, arrived here on Saturday, an<l started for Alaska on the olyuipla last ntglit. In an Inter view he said It wa.- a mistaken Idea that the Aiuer lean tiovernuient would close Belirlm: sea to for eign vessels. In fact, he did not see how they could legally accomplish It, The whole trouble. In bis opinion, was engendered bv the Alaska Commer cial Company, and President Cleveland w as aware of this tact. A commission would be appointed to Inquire Into the fisheries question. Senator Voor hees thought the question would form an Issue m the next Presidential campaign. Engineered by m Woman. HOW TWO HORSETIIIEVKS AMD TWO DOOMED MCS DEREKs ?KKK RELEASED FROM JAU. St. Paul. June as.?The /1o?i<rr iv<-u has news from Hlackfork, Idaho, ot a most daring aud successful Jail delivery there last night. Henry Mckerson, in for h?>r*e stealing. was furnished with a revolver by his wife, who has been visiting him dally. With the revolver Nlckerson held up the guard who had accompanied his wife to the celL The pair disarmed t he guard and locked *?tm In the cell. They then liberated Aleck Woods, the negro wife murderer, and one Williams, also con victed of murder, both sentenced to hang July 1~, and another liorse thief, and locking up the rest ot the watchmen, the entire party e*caped to th? outside where horses were awaiting them. Woods, weighing ~.Vt pounds, would not trust to this course and took to the brush on foot. The otheri fled on horseback. The sheriff, returning an hour later, organized a posse and soon recaptured Woods, but was still in pursuit or the others at last account*. As the criminals are armed a des perate tight Is likely. A Foolish Hoy's Suicide. HB SPECULATED WITH HIS EMPLOYER'S MONET AJfP EII.LED HIMSELF WHEN ARRESTED. Chicago, June -M.?The JiUtr-ixvansay?: Robt. G. Lydston, aged seventeen years, shot himself through the heart,produclng Inst ant death, yester day afternoon. He was Impelled to the deed by the disgrace he brought on himself through specie latlou In the pool rooms, lie was employed as colle. t< ir for a paper liriiL A few days ago a slight shortage w as discovered In the young man s ac count, and an Investigation showed that he had collected $20u for which be had failed to account. Yesterday a member ot the firm swore out a war rant for Lydston's arrest. After a bearing In a Justice court the young man went to his home ac companied by a constable, ostensibly to secure ball. His parents v "re absent, and leaving the constable In the hall he stepped Into his room a 11 red the fatal shot. Lydston's parent^ who i wealthy, are prostrated with grleL A Maniac's Hloody Nashville, Tenn., June ?_>*.?Nerlah Lewis, U?w lng near Franklin, Ky., while mentally deranged, yesterday armed himself with two pistols and rid. lng to the farm ot Win. Koach, shot and instant ly killed John Koach and wounded Roach** brother In the hand. Lewis then drove back U) his father's bouse and driving out all the family took points, slon of the building. A posse who had started In pursuit were Ored upon by Lewis and driven back. Lewis then shot and fatally wounded hlmaelX. Growing: Ont of n Bald Knob Ontragt* A COWARDLY ASSASSINATION IN DOlliLASSCOCNTT, MOW Jst. Louis, June A special from Osark, Mu* says: News was brought to ozark yesterday ot a murder in Douglass county on Thursday. Path betxon Hartless, who lives on Heaver Creek, not far from Ava, while ou his way to mill, was shot and Instantly killed by an uukuowu assassin. Suspicion rests upon a man who recently attempted to murder a resident of thlsixxinty. The motive of the suspected assasslu Is supposed to have been revenge for a bald knob whipping received last summer. The greatest excitement prevails In the vicinity of the murder, and the tanners are said to be working one another's crops in squads, no l being willing to risk himself alone In his held. The Yarht Fortune at Qi London, June US.?The schooner yacht Fortune of Boston, arrived at Queenstown this morning from Marblehead. She will proceed to Greenock, and afterward to the west coast ot England. Driven to Salrtde hf His Wife's Death. L'tica, N. Y., June 28.?Harrison B. Mccreary, aged forty-six years, committed suicide in a yard oi his residence In this city about 5 a.tn. to-day by cutting his throat with a razor. His wlie died about three months ago, since w hen he had been very despondent and expressed his fear that SO would become insane. Ex?Gov. Morrill Grows Horse. Acolsta, Me., June 28.?The condition of Ex Gov. Morrill Is not so favorable this muni lng. Ho gradually weakened during the night, and now be cannot rise in lied. H1& leu side Is paraly /ed, but his nund is clear. An Opera House and Store R Jacksonville, III., June a destructive fire occurred here last night, originating in Wright s furniture store, next to si raw u s op?-ra House, in volving a loss or $125,000. Three stores under neath the opera house were destroyed with that building. The *orth Atlantic Sfna THK TSSSKLS LKAVK NEWrOKT KOK THEIR WKKER ENT SUMMER DUTIES TO-DaT. Newport, K. L, June 'M.?The North Atlantic Squadron sailed from here this morning. Tn? Osslpee goes direct to the Canadian Fishing Banker The Y'anuc goes to Boston to undergo extensive repairs to her boilers and bot torn. The Richmond and Ualena will accompany the Yantic to Bostoa and thence proceed on an eastern summer cruise to Province!own, Portland, Bath, Belfast, Halifax and Bar Harbor, returning hen- for the opening of the war college, the first Monday In September. Clnbi From the New York World, to-day. There was a revolution in District 40, KnlghU of Labor, ot this city, yesterday, and Master Work* man J as. E. tjulnn was shorn of his almost arbi trary power. The board of arbitration and strike* was abolished, and an executive board was elected to control the affairs ot the district. To accom plish this and transact some other business of the district it took from -z o'clock in the afternoon until near midnight. The revolution means that the Home Club, so weU known throughout the order as the dominant power of 41), has lost its influence and authority, and Its name will hereafter be known only. It Is said, to denote peculiar method* of obtaining and holding office. In Che Coke Fields. THE MANUFACTURERS DENT HAV1NO EMPLOYES KERTON MEN. The Pennsylvania coke manufacturers still In sist that they have not employed any of Pinker ton's men to work In the coke regions. They held a meeting, but they claim it was merely for the purpose ot conferring about the condition of the trade and the affairs In the region. They say they expect to secure a general resumption at the old scale in a short time. There is no doubt, notwith standing the denials, that arrangements are being perfected for the employment ot a force to protect men and property. When this is organized they claim they can secure all the men they desire to resume work. A special from Union town says: At a meeting of the strikers at Fair Chance Furnace tiiu afternoon, 110 out of 144 voted to resume work at the old wages. There are about lfio ovens at the works, and the break Is considered an im portant one. It Is estimated that the employers and employes have lost 9750,000 In profit* aud wagea since the strike was Inaugurated, three months ago. At the present about one-third uC the ovens lu the region are in operation at the ad vance. , Howard Tarnell, thirty-lire years of age, to la Jail at Huntingdon, Pa., charged with outraging LMira Eckiey, a four-year-old girl. She lain a critical condition. The people In Falrrlew, 8. C., are arming la consequence ot the organization of ootorsd secret socteoR. There were 10,000 persons In attendance aft the Quakers' meeting at Am boy, lad. Sunday. Wm. Bull las, or Oian Falls, claims to hare die covered a mountain of coal in Wanes County, K. Y., in the vicinity of North creek. George 8. Turner, owner ot the Valley Vans Pao tory, la Spartanburg, a C, yesterday shot and killed a German laborer in a dispute about w Oscar Graves, sentenced to prison far Ute tember 23,1H73, far the murder ot the ~ agewet Bunusde, cowl, < At Danville, Va., " an* Transfer Line. Baylor has bent io^aSI si ? Coop, formerly of the tempted sulclde br taking laudanum la Betr ? t, toot tailed to idll'?