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THE EVENING STAR
PlBLlSllKD DAILY, Exrrpt Sondaj,
AT 'iHE STAR BUILDINGS,
Krrth*?5t Corrtr P-atijlTiaii Ave. and 11th 8t, by
Tee Erening Star Newspaper Company,
&. V. KAUFTMANN, J'res L
?ft Sta* U served tr> subscriber*In the
r!'r r?rr.?T?. on tb*ir owu a? fount, at 10 cent* iwr
*? k. ? r 44c |*r n nth la| tm at 2
rente ^ h. By nuul -poster pr?*i?aid?30 cents a
th one jr^ar sfH . mi mouths, 11
|FM? rfd at th* h*t ?ifftce ?t Ma?lianffton, D. C., if
0w-' :kI ? Usa mail matter J
Thk Weekly stai;-published on Friday?$1 ?
yen: j .*ta*re \tt\ aid. Six moutlix, .>0cents.
I**" AD mail sabtrrlptlooa must be raid in advance;
ioi ?i*r Htt kwcw than i* pud for.
Katee of advertising made known on application.
r
SPEC IAL NOTICES. _
^mmi ul j iumsb mn iiii?>\.
aV tt i277jjnr.?o
Due* ,aid in
Suri'lus 48,b5l.*,M)
We are advancing- t> 1 .~?0 to each share or * 1,050 on
?? ven share*. for a total payment of $14 monthly. We
are i ayi?-?? at i?er annum on money withdrawn
f ?n tnv :um? >riatk>ii. >ih??re-? can be t*k? n at any time
a:i ! no ba< k dues are required. Advance** ran he had
a?. times. and can be repaid or returned at the
pleasure of the member. '1 Lis is the nir st convenient
way of obtaining money for bayin?r real estate or tor
Vniid:uar.
Neit u eet;n# on Wednesday evening April II, at 615
^th at re.. :.
C C DCXCANSON. President,
l.UI- \HKA1I AM. Vuv-i--rnident.
f UAM In O. SAXTO +, Treasurer* !
JollN COOK, s?s--firy,
mhn0-4t U18 12th *treet._
ffc- WASHINGTO*. D. C
9 * March, 2fl. 1880.
i he underai(rued. do:n?r boshieos under the firm
Dime <?? JSU. 0. A i HlY & CO., has this dry sold nil
In* mrht, title, interest and pood will in the drug
business heretofore earried on st the comer of "1st
ai d <? *t* n. w. to Mr. HUBERT W. sCHoLL. All iter
s' : * ir.dfbted to the late firm will please make psy
n? nt t*> Mr S? h. 11. and all i?erson* having claims I
a. .r.st the tame are requested to present the same at I
V* .?? 1 *t n. w 1 hanking- the public for th"ir past
j?atr? !iatre. a continuance of the same is earnestly re
4nested tor his ?ucc^, .r. Kt spectfuliy,
?I n ? C A i HL'i. ! F *t. n.w.
Ol rHl ",MM|ssi,,\H;v
ifr- ~ DlS I HUT oF C4 >1.1'MB I A, WASHING
TON. March '.'Mil, 1SS9. Ordered That section IS
c?* the irem-ral orders tt. r dilate the future ilatting
snd snlMtivision of all lands and grounds in tne Dis
tr.i t of t olumbia, made pursuant to act oi Congress
ap; r??v.il August tilth. 1SS8, is hereby amended by
addu -r thereto the foltowimr: ??Subdivisions involv
iiitr the tiaiis.er i>f land fr-'iii private ownership to tlie j
l>iftti :< t t< r alley pur]* ses v.here there is uny reason
at ; ?i? ubt as to the title, snail not be approved nor re
corded in the office of the surveyor of the Diatrict of
? lnmbia until the attorney of the District shall have
tn^' n hi> opinion, baseil ujh.ii such tacts as he can
Kstht r. as to whether any turther evidence is neces
sary. l':.rties proii?sin?c tv> donate land for stichpur
jH>st- shall, whenever th* Commissioners deem it atl
visuble. make m connection with their proj?o*al an
affidavit f their rK'ht tol iake the donation.** W. B.
V 'r II . s\M I H K. WHtAi in. CM AS. W RAV
rommisaloncniot the District of Columbia.
m:JO-3t
rW^mF^ ~ N< J i KKN LIBERTY OKRMAN-AMERI
^ r\ \ Bl'lLUlNo ASSoi I A'1 ION, No.
ihe Tirst r?w .ar moi.thly dues will be paid on
WKL?N1 sI>AV. M nlat ; TlOp. m., and thereafter
? n tii*- \\ednes<lay in each month, at Meyer's hall,
cor. ? th and N ats n.sr. I h" f?llowing members ant
s ir! t r? ? eive sul<MTiptions in the interval.
1>. ? d.-iiar K*ii*t U paid bf each subscriber:
'1 h o. liitt. ?i r. ?ith and g sta. n.w.
A S J. hnar>:i, r.'4?? i*th st. n.w.
1' A. Pattern. 17\Nt 7th ?t, n.w.
? tia-?. II Kre\. 44"J K st. u.w.
Jt? ?* P Feriey. i -t-otttce buildincr.
^ ?i. Wyn? K iH*i?hwe?t cor. 7th and 3V Sta. n.w.
II. F. Breiiniii?rer. 7*-'4 13th st. u.w.
1h ?u.ps. fi. 1: ??; New York ave. n.w.
An-*. K?? ml an. ItSlSi ."?th at. n.w.
> W. K.mlert.< )-*t. market.
t Las ?tt-rs.lorff. KT? I. ^t n.w.
l*tta? < ?ttenl?er|f, I-4:? 7th st. n.w.
llc nry o Keuner, Anacos* la, l).t'.
111>. Bti< >WN. Secretary,
mhl?N*':i..'IO 1"44 *JUth st. n.w.
JSO. MORAS.
?JUG PENNSYLVANIA AVE..
sr
Isn.'W putting on BEST ( HARCOAL TIN ROOFING
at it4 i er S4iuaxe for spot cash. This roof I will war
rant to b? a.<? irood in u.atenal and workmanship as any j
r?" t put on in this fity. I maae this low price in ,
4 1-ter t" ifi\e men eu?piv>>nnent during dull season.
Th? >e uis .mar time 1 < an accommotlate by adding ^1
p? ? s?j.iar? !? i each o') <lays required.
i :.ii uls. k ? ,,w estimates on PLUMBING. m'iH-iit
if- 11 B. SMITH, ARTIST.
Lsivest stutuo in Washington. Free-hand
- , 5. ? all and se?
l . ns. Uirklj or monthly payn ents taken if desired.
Stu ;io Hth a:; 1 M;?. .?\ . Oi>en untill>p.m. mhl!J-l8t#
\ x . NAL SitDICALCOlXEeE -Ml iU
?^ , . c*ii Dept."! ifc, Columbian I'nlversitv. 'Ihe I
t?i rmr i'? ur ? t Lecture* will becin on MONDAY.
A; 4:k 1 -t, at ?> p.m.. and continue until May illst. For
l ?: ? ulars address A. 1. A. KING, M. D., l?ean. T'Jb
J.itk at. n.w. at&-2w
it- 1HF ANNIAI7 MEETING OF THE
^-5. St. . kl :u. rsof taecol.t MBIA HRE IN
sJ R.\N4 r Co.. ? f the District of O iuinl-la, for the
e?? ? io? i n^n trustees to serre for the ensuing year
will ??? Leid at the Company's oihce, in the Kellotrt?
Bui;.un#'. 14i*? F ?t. n. w.. on MU>r.u, April 1.
1 S>*.? ? he p- .Is wiii b? opened at 1^ o cle-Lui. and
clo*. d arp.m. 'Ji analer nuok# wio^od from Wednes
day. Man h *7 t lueaday. AyrU^2J_huth dsys i.i
citiMive H. EwnHpi),
iab^tt4o3f secretary.
if- COMMUTATION TICKETS.
The IILR1UC PHAETON CO. havenowfor
?::> at its ofc' % 1 th and C sts a e. aud 1 1*- E st. n.
~ - ' ? AA .? V .1
on i
r- JuAS flATI KtsT SEWfcST STYLES. I
IHAS. A. MTD1UMAN.
F STREET. I>OOKS 1KUM 1,'TH ST.
OMl^ZLk SILVER.
STEEL, IKuN. AMlyl t. BRASS. Jec.
St-W bO?)I>S >*Ki)\|
THE BEST NE? YOKR MAM FACTORY.
>17 atu CUMP I ITIOS MET. LOWEST PRICES.
Ul LOUr S??VE1.TY IN NECEWEAR
_"S 1 hr H?rr??ll buckle Atiwlimeut ai i'lit j to
Tt > k and Puff >? arts. The prrtateat success of the sea
a n. i m!y at P i . H ALL'S. \*)H F st. nw. ja^4-3m
Of in ViLl, OUAUCOU AND WOOD
from
JOHNSON BROTHERS,
tl lea in* firm in the District. Ja5-3m
~U- . DR. I CTRTISS 8iiTTHE~~HA8 lu
tB ^ moved his office fn-m 13111 to 1315 New I
York avenue, one door west of former residence.
Marcn 1. ?>? IWk
' WILSON "\\HlSiaY.,*~
tet its olH? s, l tii ana i. st* a e. auu i?i.l u.
. k ouumitation B?M>ks, containimr 100 tickets, prood
n all ^ta lines of c a? hes Price $ii.70. mh'JIi-lm
PRODUCT OF THE WILSON DI8TILLFRT.
HI(>11 SPIRE. DAl'PHIN CO.. PA.
Tl!i?<'?!?-br?tf<I Whltky, tcoat rmrvfully and slowly
jruttl.n.uhrd. ft-nu< nt?L ami di.tilled from the in
valr.ab:' taealth-rlTiiur CbalyUwtc ?atrr* aud ctkon e
iil ?n;ii Kye. peculiar to the rvuowiied luountuii
liuinrts of Prnnaylvanui aud MaryUud. and ripened
In licateti warebou^a. ae*-Yoyatrfd and atfrj in the
warm aalt air of tV-m.uJa. The ondca of iron and
tl rir b< n.ok?utla wut. toiind to the waternfruiu wbicb
tl.. Wtuaky i. dialilied render thia VMiiaky uivaluaule
at <1 une?|tMl?l aa a touic and rejuvenawr luUioaeui
LctUol .irt^th. x.tk-ity. und vitfor.
Set rert, At at* of Pruf. Toury, of the Baltimore Med
Iral tflkyt:
-IT is PCRE. FREE FROM FI SELOIL AND CAN
imtNM be aavsu nouanao eor
MEDICINAL I'SE. ITS UloU COLOR lb DI E TO
1 UL PRESENT.
"?E P. TONRY. PR D., CUemiat"
Aak your Grocer for WILSON WHISKT.
THE ILMA.N OoLOSBOROCGB CO..
Di.tlilen.
f?4 riir Baltimore, Md.
jj- ? e m"o_v~a~l.
La\ :uit lta??l toy property, comer
14TH AND B STS. N.W,
1 La-.? rcaoved my M A1N OFFICE to
431 10TH ST. N.W..
?bo*, OAS OFFICE, where all order, will be received
and promptly filled from my old RAILROAD YARDat
MARYLAND AVE. AND 1??H ST. 8 W..
where in the future 1 will carry my entire Mock of
LI MBSR. LATH. SHINOLES, Ac.
n,hU-lia JAMES P. BARBOt'R.
r
EQUITABLE
CO-OPERATIVE BLTLDINQ A8SOCIATIO&
-EWUTABLE BCILDINO." 1003 E ST.
ASSETS. S&71.53& 04.
Snbarrlrtlooa for aha re* m th, 10 th la, tie recelrw)
tally at tL, office ul th. Aaaociallon. E^uitahl, Build
lU. lOOo E at.
Share, are 50 per month.
$ 1,000 adTaoced on each aliar*.
Par rhUta explainintr theob)ecta and advantage 01
the Awn latioD are lurniahed upon application
Office houra, from t? a.m to 4 3U p.m On the Orat
We?ii.~?day luaali moiiUi th* office will be open froia
Itotu cluck pju. Adtraluaa wiii he madapromptly
at? o ? ??k.
THOMAS SOXRRV1LLE, Pnat.
no. JOT ED SOB. Sac-y U23
mIdK AL DEPARTMENT OF HO* ABD
* rmwr?lty -Pi stMfraduate cotiraa? willcom
t.v[ne MONDAY. Apnl laC at tip. m.lor furthertn
f ru.?i;on apply to C. B. PLRWS. Secretari, ' II8
J.ith ?t. u. w. mhl ltiapit
rRESH HAVANA AND KEY WEST
? SEOARS.
CHAMlAONK WINES.
All the lead It k t ratida. at New York pricMi
FEMBRoBE HI KE RYE WHISKY.
THOMAS Rl'SSELl.
kupurter Wiuea. Brandies aud Segara,
fl ^ 1^1 :i Peun?yl*ama avetiue.
r. CF.Riim kTES OE STIW K. < HF.Ol'ES,
^ snd vther an nritiea. tomiacnisl litho
mrial bv andiicatfti-Mf- A. C< OLl'NKL
1 oth and D streets (r?*t Buiidiiurk^
R BKIOH I. Wl H K ril I AND CHI AP.
I > AN FILL bu> Wa?hii irtoii (>as I.itfht
11 ruby's Cc*ke> JoHNM>N bK? ?THEliS.
c ' 1 at luaite Aireuta.
>-r'
>V ood Mantels.
SPECIAL DESIGNS
Row o min? lu and they are baaatlaa
All tile work ruarauteed.
hayward a HCTCHINSON,
Bih.to-lm* 4"4 Oth atreet
1 REAT DISCOVERT %T THE DOl'RLE COMBI
r NATION.
IV4I and l\'4:t 1 Ith at a e. ?
I Saturday! will tall the laia. aWIMt
SPECIAL NOTICES.
^ _o>Gl: &CT MTETcHrBCHflol TM." >R 7TH
oOJL and Ant-*, h p. Prea ? i:;*r at J 1 a.m. by the
pastor. Rev. J <\ Jones. at 7:iKI p.m l?v Rev. Dr R tt.
S the new ires.dimr e.d*r Prayer meet in*
Fri?!ay evenings. Sunday school, 9.U(? a.tn. Acordal
welcome. It*
CHURCH Of 1 UK COVENAN 71 PI: Ks
byterian). Coonectieut avenue. N and 18th
*tr*h\n n. w.-s?*rvic<w at 1 la. m. and p. m.
'li?* Kev. Henry il. i'ield. D I)? of New \ork. will i
vr?*urh m the morning. In :h; everinic the pastor. ?
Kev. ieunis S. Hamlin, D.l), will srive the last gerinou I
in the senen ?n ?Figurative Names tint our Lord Ap- !
plied to Himselt." Sniiusy f?-h^>l at S)>10 a.m.; J
yonnir people's meet:nir at t?:4."> p. ui. Oniy i?ew-hold
ers are admitted at the chapel entrance on N street. It
> BISHOP JOHN F. HURST WILL
_ preach at Wesley Chapel 11 a.m., and the
l?astor, Kev. James P. Wrivlit. 7:110 P-m. Sunday
school, J?30a m. Christian Lejrion, ??The Lif<* ot St.
Paul lu Picinrea," U :'A) p.m. So? iet* <? Christian En
deavor, t>:4.~> p.m. Prayer meeting' Thursday, 7 :30 p.
in. it
Tf ?? St! PAUL'S ENGLISH LUTHKRAN
?v*. ehiuvh, cor. llth ai>d H sts. n.w.?luv. I.C.
Durke, ol the 'third Lutheran church of Baltimore,
will exrhanve pulpits with Dr. Doinei to-morrow and
will therefore preach for the laf.tr at 11 a.in .and
7: HO p.m. Sunday school at S):ii0 am. Everyt>ody
welcome. lt^
yCHRISI I \N CHURCH, V I AVE . i'l I N
and O st*. F. D. Power, paster, will preach
at 11 a. m. and 7:t0. p. m. Sunda> school. I?;o0.
Mission school, p. m.. Odd Fellows* Hall. 8th st.
s. e. Vouiik" People's Meeting 0:30. Seats all free.
Strantrers welcome. _ ***_
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. 3D 8T.
bet II and I sts. n.w.?Rev. W. Bishop John
son, D.D., pastor. 11 a.m.. Mystery of Godliness;
3 p.m., Paper bv Miss Maria Jordan New Sinirim?
Books; 7:.'M), the Conquerors Reward. Collection
all day for education and missions. Quarterly S. S.
review at 9:30 a.m. It*
UpWESTERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
PvA H st.. between llith and "0th.?Rev. T. S.
WynkooD, Minister.?Divine service 11 a. m. and 7:.'M)
p in. Mornin?r sermon, "Out of Egypt ;*? evening ser
mon, '?Entering into covenant." \otimr People'#
Christian Endeavor Society (>:30 p. m. Strangers cor
dially welcomed at all services. The Sacrament of the
Lords Supper will be administered next Sabbath,
April 4. It
GRACE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
church, corner I'th and S sts.n.w.?The Kev.
Asbury II. Keiley will preach at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday school at 1*>$0 a.in. VuuiiKmen's class at
p.m. Young people's meeting at 0:30 p.m. The
public cordially m\ited. Seats free. It*
if- REV. HENRY M. FIELDrb.D., OF NEW
York, and Commissioner ( has. Lyman will
speak at the Men's Gospel Meeting, ^ M. C. A. i'.uiid
intr, 140J? X. Y. : ve., Sunday, at 4 .10 p ui. Rright
musi . le 1 by an orchestra. ? ree st ats and a welcome
to all youug It*
- EASTER!! PRE8 CHURCH^ 8TH M.
?^55 bet. F and G n.e Rev. i?r. T. K. Noble, pas
1:
^ ODD FELLOWS' HALL, NAVY-YARD.?
Grand Terni* ranee Rally Sunday niwht.
7>lOo*clwli, under au>pi?*. s ot the G?hmI lemplars.
Prominent speaker*. kimmI smrin?r. Everybody in
vited. Come and help start a temperance boom in
East Washintrtou. It*
MASONIC.- rHE BRETHREN OF HIRAM
I? . N ?. I ", i A \.il.,are requested to
as-s u.ble at their hall, cor lilth and Pa. ave., ?>n
SI N 1>.\ V, March 31, at U o'clock p. m., sharpu for the
pnriiose oi attending the funeral ??1 our late brother,
Charles L. M?-niton. Funeral ser\ ice.-i in lotUe room,
hrethern of sister ledges are fratenial.y invited to l?e
present.
By order of the W. M.
1 ? ? WM. H ITUABD, S.. retary.
ap- ?AI.L Ml.MBERS OF BIAK?M OF YOUTH
L' ?1>GE, No. I.:;t?s, G. X . OF O. F , are re
quested to meet at their hall, llth st.. south Pa. ave.,
Sunday, March 31, at 11 o*clock,in full regalia, to at
tend tne funeral of our de?*ea^?nl br'ther F John
Minor. Members of sister *odtfes in ^km! standintf are
iuvited. THUS. A. GRIFFITH. N. G
1> \\ ID A. CLUtK,P 8 If
if ^ MRS. HENRY P. VILES WILL GIVE A
BIBLE READING at the LADIES* CONSE
i J?\ilON MEETING at 11 o'clock a._ m. on Wedm?
day. April 3. at Wesley Chapel, Corner oth and F sts n.
w All cordially invited. __________
GRANITE CUTTERS ATTENTION
BOS Th? re will be a special nwetinr of the
Branch on MONDAY NIGHT, April 1, at hall ^12 0lh
st. n.w., at 7:30 o'clock sharp. By order of the
If BRANCH.
THE SECOND QUARTERLY MEETING
of W. F. M. Society, of Washington district,
ill be held at Foundry Church, Monday, April, at
1 P.m. 11*
i^aiAMEXBEMOr O.P. Ui ?RTON
9^ ~ Post. No. 4. a. A K.. ar?- requested to meet
in G. A. R. hall at 11 o'clock TO-MOK Row, M ARCH
31, to attend the funeral of Comrade John Minor.
By order of the commander.
It J. W. BUTCHER. Adj.
A SOCIABLE OF ALL THE KING'S
__ 'DauKhters of this city will be held at \\. aley
Chapel, comer ??f ,"?th and F sts.n w., on }RI1>AY,
April .r>, at 7 30 p.m. All interests cordially invited
By order of the Secretary, Mrs. M. S. TASKER.
mh30,ap4-?t*
^ THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of the Inland and seals^ard
i- tni^r Company, of the District of Columbia, lor
the election ot nine Directors, will be held at the Na
tional Metroi>olitan bank on WEDNESDAY, April 10,
1S89. Polls open from 1" to ^ p.m.
mh30-0t ROSS THOMPSON, Sec'y.
THE SIXTEENTH MONTHLY MEET
_ nir ot theatoi-kholderaot th MUTUALCO
OPErATlVE BUILDING ASS<XM VITON will beheld
at the otti? e c?f the se< r? t.?r>, 1300 F st. n.w., on
TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 'J, l*S9.at 7:30 P. M.
l; ks i third hmmoi wtom k now <pen.
Annual rep rt and new circular to be had at the office
of the association.
TH0S. G. HENSEY, Secretary.
1! LB IIJ? PMMoit. mli30 it
A QUARTEULT MEETING OF THE
Merchant Tailor's Exchar.ffe, will l>e held at
their rooms on TUESDAY Evening, \pril Mem
bers are requested to brititr in their reports to be
placed on our list. By order of the president.
E. H SNYDER,
It* CorresiM ndimr Secretery.
DR. GEO. W. HOY," DENTIST, RE"
"5, cently with Dr. C. L Anderson, has removed
his office to his re.siden?-e, SOO lt'tu st. n.w. It*
OFFICE SECRETARY MT. HOREB R \
Chapter. No. 7, Washington. March '.H),
i SS0.?The i?.u; pan ions of the a>?ove Chapter are re
quested to ui'-ct at the chapter chamber, corner 19th
and Pa. ave.. TO-MOhHOW ithe 31st inst.i.at 1 o'chs-k
p. m. sharp, to attend the funeral of our de? ease<i com*
}eaion, 1'iii L Moulton. Funeral bis
ate residence, 1015 East Capitol st. Interment at
Rock Creek Cemetery. By order M. E. Hi|fh Prie?t.
It GEORGE M1SH SSi 1TH, Secretary.
BANJOS.
The Celebrated FAIRBANKS A COLE. Finest make.
Highest awards. Larye stock just received by
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
mhl2 1110 F st. n.w.
THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY CAUTIONED
a*rAjtn?t the purchase oi two certain notts
tor ifToO ea? li; one at 30 hj s and one at tM> days from
January *J4 last, made by me and payable to the order
of R. P. Sawyer, for wblch I ha\e received no value,
and which the i?iee iniorius me he has h?st.
THOMAS A. V.IH HELL,
mh'-^O-'-t* 934 F st.. Room 4.
WE ABE GIVING SPECIAL ATTENTION j
""ft to fillmir orders for ANY KIND of HOME
MADE CAKES. Plea.-e send in orders early. LAFAY
ETTE MARKET AND GROCER* tClias. H Raul* A
Co.),cor. 19thandPrnnsylvaidaave. n.w. nr.'^-itt*
'{f Si MEETING Of THE BUILDERS* AID
association will he held THURSDAY. April
4. at ? .30 p. m., at the office ot W right and stts'kett,
r?*sl estate aK*-nta. l^el^roit Building, SIO k st., for the
election of omcers and the tran?*? lion of such <;ther
I>'i??i:;t sh as m l>e brought belore it. F. J. D1LU
DONNE. President. W. E. WRIGHT.
mh'J8-3t Secretary.
RARE BARGAINS.
Hav.ntf a hea\y invoice of (roods en route,
i wuT?ell the most maimitie nt specimens of Turkish
and Persian Ruirs and Portiere* at the lowest prices
exer ottered. The reader ?hould visit my store and
take ad^vantagre of this rare opportunity.
D K.\ A RZH A BED IA N.
mhgS-3t t, j h And ??'.'<?14th st.
I>R IRA' 1 NGC.RC>SSE WILL HEi.EAFTER
receive patient* at his olhce, 173'^ H st n.
w , fromlO ium. to 1 p.m.. and from 4 to 5 p.m., on
Nn :? ^ ? inenL> and Friday only. n 1128 ;'t*
MEDICAITdEPARTMENT OF THE UN1
l i t.>F GEOlkGETOW N.
Th. rr>ur*? tipon ?i<ria) bniifhrt will couinivnoe on
Muud.y, A|>rll l.t, at H i>'rl<?'k u. iu? at tlin Cull.^u
Umldlny, Oil H .trret. Utu mud 10th.
The !utrudut tur) will in- by Prof. I.
W. blarkburn. hubj?? t: "Tho .Mi r. in Vledi
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
HAMLINE M.F. CHURCH. CORNER ?TH
*^3 and P sts. n.w., Rev H K Naylor, D D.. pas
tor.? Services: Sunday school, 9:15 a. m. Preaching
by the castor. 11 a.m., anil 7:30 p.m. Twentieth
anniversary \s <iman's Foreign Missionary Society. Ad
dress Uy Bishop Hurst and other*. Voung People's
Meeti '.ti l.") p.m. Consecration meeting, Tuesday.
Prayer meeting. Thursday evening*, 7:30. The pub
lic eowMyHwlA J?_
FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
!*t!i st.. between G ami H sts. n. w.. Rev.
.1 T. Kelly, pastor. Sabbath school at 0:31* a. in.
Preaching at 11 a. in. Young people's prayer meeting
a" t> 30 p. in. Gospel service ai 7:30 p. m. Bible
rending for women oy Mrs H. p. Vile*. on Tuesday,
at 3 p.m. Church prayer inee'ing on lliursday. at
7:30 p. in. strangers are cordially welcomed at all
services. It
ST. JAM E8' CHURCH. 8TH ST., ABOVE
5i, B li e . Rev. J. W. Clark, rector.?Services:
Sundays, Matins, 10:30 o'doi k, Holy Eueharist.il
a. in.. litany and catechising, 3:30 p. m.; eveu-song,
7:30 o'clock; Sunday school. 3 p.m. Other days: i
and 9 a. m and 7 p. m., except Saints' days. Wednes
days and Fridays, 7:30 p. ui. All seatsfree. It
if.?-i> CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
corner ol I and 3d sts. n.w -Preachingb
the vasfor. Rev. A. W. Pitzer. every Sabbath at 1
odocs a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 0:30.
{
ST:
Yountf people'* meetingattf:45. Sits free. Welcome |
to all. It
ar- 8T. johnjTcHI[TECH, GEORGETOWN.
Services to-iuorrow (Sunday): 8:00 a. in.,
Holy Communion. 11 a.m., MorniiiK Prayer and ser
mon; 4 p.m.. Evening' Prayer and s??rmon. Oonflruia- .
tion. Choristers. Afternoon service seats free. Ushers |
will seat Htramrers at Moruin* Prayer. It
-JT- GRACE CHURCH^iTstTnEARCANAL,
Georgetown, D. C., Thomas O. Tongue,
Pastor. Holy communion 7:30 a.m. Service and ser
mon 11 a.m. Confirmation 4 o'clock j?. m.. Evening
nrayerand sermon 7:30 P.m. Litany at 10:15 a. m.
Wednesday and Friday. Evening service and lecture
7 30 p.m. Wednesday and Friday. Seats free, strang
er* welcome. It
FLETCHER CHAPEL, 4TH 8T. AND
? ?^ New York ave n.w.. Rev. E. D.Owen, pas
tor.?Preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sabi>ath school
li:;lO ?. m. Prayer meeting Thursday. Strangers are
invited to worship with us. It*
MOUNT VERNON PLACE M. E. CHURCH
South, corner of nth and K sts. n.w.. Rev. 8. ;
\v. lladdawuy, pastor,? 1 reaching at 11 o'clock a. m.
by Rev. Dr. R. R. S. Hough, presiding elder, and at1
7:3Uj\ in. by the pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a.
m. \ ouiik people's meeting at t>:45 p. in. Mission at
Blake Hall, 7th St., between B and O sts. s.w., by Rev.
Hai ry Febrey at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The public
cordially invited. It*
CHURCH OF MOUR FATHER" (UNIVEB*
salist),''or. l.'U!) and L sts. n.w.. Rev. Alex. ,
Kent, pastor.?Services to-morrow at 11 a.m. and |
7:JiO p. m. Subject?Morning: "Humanity's Appeal.
Evening: "Am 1 my Brother's Keener." .Ail are i
cordially invited. Sunday School at S?:45 a. in. It*
THE "BELIEVERS OF THE GOSPEL^
future life only in Christ, and the establish
ment of the Kingdom 01 God on earth, meet in Monu
mental Hall, 1 '.M Pennsylvania ave., bet. 1st and !M
sts. n.w., Sunday afternoon at li o'clock, to celebrate
the death of the Messiah. All are invited. It*
E STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, NEAR
lV Oth n. w.?The pastor. Rev. D. W. Faunce,
will preach at 11a. m. and 7 :H(J p. m. Evening sub
ject, next Sunday's Sunday school lesson. All wel
COM It*
1:< >POLITA\ 1' R E S B V T E R I A N
Church. 4th and B streets s.e., Capitol Hill,
Rev. John Chester. D.D., pastor.?Preaching services
to-morrow at 11 a.m. ami 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school
at i? a m. Prayer Meetings of the week: Young
People's, Tuesday evening; Congregational and the
annual meeting, Thursday evening, both commencing
at 7:'10. It*
^ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 13TH si.,!
Tl? bet. <i aud H n.w.. llev. Chas. A. Stakely,
. aster?Sundav school, i*:"0 a.m. Preaching 11 a. 111.
and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. Sunday school at 1m
n.anuel .Mission 3 o'c lock. Young People's meeting 7
o'clock. Baptism at conclusion of evenfnir service. It*
THE WASHINGTON SOCIETY OF THE
- New Jerusalem (Swedenborgian) will hold |
Itassilie? Uhmmtow in Metzecott hail. 519 l'jth
st. n. w. Seats fr^e and all welcome. Sunday school
JtiiOani. teaching at 11 by the IteT. W. B Hay den.
Subject: **The Rainbow, and its Wonderful Scriptural
3 lubi lism." Otn. ix, la, It*
ASSEMBLY'S PHESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
. cor. ,?lti and 1 st*. n.w.. Rev. 1?eo. O. Little,
laotor.?Sunday School il 30 am.; 11 a. in. |iieacii
ii.it by the l'aatoi . <i:3() p.in. young paoplc's uieetunr:
7 30 p.m. a liiinioliary iliscourae on "Providential
Movements in Japan," by Prof. B. O. Northrop, LI. I>.
Ac rdialv^cometoiQ, It
PA L' 1/8 CHUBCHT*!23D~8T. MEAB
Penna. a\e. n. w., Rev. AU'retl Harding,
rector.?8trvices to-inorrow: 7:30 a.nj , Holr Cummu
nion; 11 a in..morning service andscrnioD; tlTOrhu
Lvens lig (Choral). At the <-v< i4nv servuie tbsTS*. ,
W. A. Leonard, L). D.. rti tor of St. John's church, will1
preach. Young men socially Invited. All seats
tree. it
*'HELL HEADERS," IS PASTOR ED
niond llez Stem's subject Sunday night,
7:30 o'clock, in second Baptist Church Auditorium, i
4th st. and Virginia ave. s.e.?Preaching at 11 a.m. by
the pastor All ^eats lree. The special services have j
l?een successful, and twelve (IU) persons have con
iessed Cnrist. The services will be continued next
Mouday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday j
nights at 8 o'clock. It is expected that the ordinance '
01 baptism will be administered at the close of each |
service. Fnjr for the meetings. Come. It
fcf-. -i-o FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
cor. of 10th and G nts n.w.?The pastor,
liev. s. M. Newaian. D.l>., will preach at 11 a.m. a
second sermon U|H?n ?'Ltemal Life," and at 7:30 p. in. .
the last sermon upon Lessons in Faith, the subject for I
this evening being ??Christ and the Greeks." Sunday I
school at 9:30a.m. Vesper service at G;45 p.m. Music
led by Dr. Bischoff, organist. It
o GUKLEY MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN ,
church, Le Droit Park, Boundar)' st. near |
7tii st.?Servlcea to-morrow at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.
in. Preaching by the pastor. Rev. William S. Miller. .
Sabbath school at 3:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor
Society at 0:45 p. m. Mid-week Service, Wednes- |
day, \ :30 p. m. Strangers < urdially welcome. It
ALL SOULS' V UN IT ARIA N) CH URCHi
15^ JS* corner 14th and L sts. n.w ?Morning ser
vice 11 a. in. . Vespers 7:30 p.m. Sunday School
0:30. Preaching To-morrow Morning and Evening
by the past r, Bev. Rush M. Shlppen. It
Of- IMON" MKTHODIST K P fs C OPAL j
9- Church, "Oth ?t., near I'a. ave.?Sunday
School f) 30 a. ni. I'reaehing at 11 a in. and 7:30 p.
in. by the pastor. Rev. Will. H. Chapman. Missionary
Meeting 4 p. m. Younjr People's Meeting at <( 30 p.
m. Prayer services Wednesday Evening. AU wel
come. It*
WACOH M. E. CHf'RClL CORNER 3D
?- .. and A sti. n.e ?Preaching at 11 a.m. by Rev.
J. MeK. I'.eiiey, and at 7:30 p.m. by the pastor.
Rev. J. A. Price, D. I). Simduy achool at a.m.
Oxford League ?:30 p. in Indies' meeting on Tues
day at tl p.m. Love least Thursday at 7:30 p.m. feats
free. It1
McKKNDREE M. E. CHURCH, MA88A- |
chiinett* s%e , between Oth and 10th sts. n.
w.. Bev. C. Herbert Riclisrdsou, pastor.?11 a.m. and
7 ?{?ip.ni. ti:4.> p.m., young peoplea n.eetiug; 0:30
a in.. Sunday school, seats free and public invited
Topic of morning sermon: "'1 he Spirit of Methodi.-ni.'T
ISRAEL METROPOLITAN C. M._E.
church, corner 1st and H sts. s w ? Rev. Dr.
C. II. Phillip*, the pastor, will give his tirst of a series
of sermons at 11 a.m. Subject; "The Bible" At
:30 there will be a review of the Suuday lesson for the ,
past quarter. Sunday-school at 0 30 a.m. All in- |
vited. _ It*
ap- _^"Ll.THElt PLACE MEMORIAL CHVBCU.
Hth st. and Vermont ave.?itegular service
at 11 o'clock Au interesting children's service will
be held at 4:1."> p. in. beats tree. It*
af FO XDRY METHODIST EPISCOPAL !
?05. Chur h, cor. 14th and <t sta.,Rev.Oeo. Elliott,
pastor.?Services to-morrow are Sunday school
urayer, ?: 1 j; regular sesilou, 9:30 a.m.; preaching
by the i>:wtor, 11 a.m.; subject, "Does it pay to be
a Christian!"' young people's meetluK, 0 30 p.m.;
at 7 30 1'. in. the pastor will preach on "Illusions
Uedi.esday evening la prayer meeting. You are In
vited. Come. It*
r_ ^ SP1RI TV ALJ8M, TO-MORROW7a N NI -
2S. versary. 1412 Pa. ave. n.w.?Mrs. A. M
(.latlTrig, Trance and Test; 10 a. in., lyceum; 11:30,
atternoonand 7:80. locture und teats. Ten cent door |
clleition. It*
??- SIXTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Colt.
a-JS Otli and C ats. s.w.-M. H. at 0 :t0 a.m. At
11 a. ai. the pastor, H*-ott F. Her,hey, will preach uu
"The Looks of Jesua." Voting People'. .\Ieetintr at
0 :.0. At 7 :?? the paator will pruach on "Wliat Must
1 Do to be Saved?" After meeting at close of night
service. It
METROPOLITAN M. E. CHURCH, COR.
4H and C sts ?Preaching Sabbath at 11 a.m.
and 7~30 p. ui. Siw ranieiit of the Lord's Supjier after |
the morning ?eriiion. Young people's meeting, 0:30
p.m. Sabbath school, 9:30 a. ni. It
X'KNTUAL i'XION MISSION, 930 PaT
3- TfL sve.?lomifht, concert on the balcony 7:15.
hong service 7:30. Gosiiel service S o'clock. Rev.
L. E. 1'augOom will sj>eak. Qosiiel services daily 12
m and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, 3 and 7:30 imu. liranch,
tent, and cottage meetings as usual. Bethany Chai>el,
Sunday, 0 p.m. Hope and Help Rooms, Friday, / 30 I
p. ui Central M. E. church icolored;, Wednesday,
i :30p.m. Come. It'
RYLAND METHODIST EPISCOPAL
?vA Church.cor. 10th aud D s.w.?Rev. Clias. W.
Ra.d* ill, psatur.? Sunday achool, 9 a.m. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ni. Young People's Society of
Christian Endesvor, 0 46 p.m. Prsyer meeting 1 hurs
day, 7:30. All are welcomed. It*
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, CORNER ]
_ Sth and H sts. n.w . Rev. Samuel H. Greene,
pastor ?Sunday achool, 9:30 a. in. Preaching by ,
the pastor 11 a.m. aud 7:30 p. 111. Bapusiu after
evening aeruion. KtNDALI. CHAPhl. URANCH.
corner 13f, and D sts. s. w? ltev. Theron Out
water, pastor. Sunday school,9:45a. m.; preaching,
11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, cor.
nth and Pats. n. w. Sunday School 3:30 p. in. You
are cordially invited to the.se services. 1
METROPOLITAN BAPTIST CHURCH, Bth
and A sts. n. e.. Rev. W. H. Young, pastor.?
ible school, 9:3o a.m. Sermons, 11 a. in. and 7:30
P.m. Young People'a Missionary Society, 3 p. m.
Covenant meeting, Thursday evening. Subject: "God
1.1 rilied iu Us." v. P. S. C. E. Eriday evening. Seats
free. Come. lt#
?> FIRST QUARTERLY CONFEBENCK,
4th-Street M. E. Church. Rev. t rn. M. Fer
gn?on. |>astor. ?11 a. m. preaching by the pastor;
? 30 p. in. by the presiding elder. Rev. J. McKendrec
Reilly. young people's praise meeting, 6.4o p. m.;
quarterly couleteuce, Tueaday evening, i:30 o'clock;
V. ednesasy evening, 7:30o'ciock,cliuri'h iirayer meet
ing All strangers are cordially Invited to worship
withua. It
CEXTBAL METHODIST PROTESTANT
Church. 12th aud M streets u. w? Rev. 8.
l^ese Murray, pastor. 11 a.m, communion service
and sermon; 7:45 p m.. "The downlall of a great
prince." Conterenee-minutes' collection from aub
aiibera. Ladle*' bible reading Thursday at 3 p. m.,
and prayer meeting at 8. It*
. CHURCH OF THE REFORMATION, FA~.
_ ave. and 2d at. a.e.. Rev. W. E. Parson, paa
ior.-aervicesat 11 ant and 7:30 p.m. '1 be seats
are free. Remember the service on Thuraday 7:30 p.
iu. Sunday school at 9:30. Class in catechiam 4.30. *
* R. CHURC H. GEORGE
town. Preaching at 11 a. u. by Bev W. E.
Periy.D. D? and at 7:30 p.m. bv the paator. Rev. M.
i B. Kice Sunday school at 9 ;30.a. in. Young peo
liiea' iue?Ung at 3:30. It" .
Washington News and Gossip.
Index (? Advertisements.
avtptvfnts ^u-" .
ARCHITECTS Paf " f
attorneys ? ? ? ? ? P*T ?
AUCTION SALES Paires 3 and 10
BOARDING P*" j* ?
BUSINESS CHANCES
BICYCLES P??e J1
CITY ITEMS P^e J" !
COUNTRY KEAL ESTATE P*"* *- |
DEATHS ??Pa"e1' j
DENTISTRY *****
DRY GOODS P:ur? "
EDUCATIONAL 1 \
FAMILY SUPPLIES pu*e "
FINANCIAL. P"<p
FOR RENT (Flats) ^aire -
FOR RENT *"*? ~
FOR RENT '
FOR RENT (Offices) i|a*rc ~
FOR RENT (Stables)
FOR RENT (Stokes) P*"* ?'
FOR SALE (Hocses) ?'
for sale P"*" ;;
FOR SALE (Miscellaneous)
GENTLEMEN'S OOODS P"*0 J"
HOUSEFURNISHINGS PaBr0 J,1,
INSURANCE. p>*e }"
LADIES' GOODS 8 J.1, j
LOCAL MENTION ?*? I
LOST AND FOUND ? I
MEDICAL Pffe
MISCELLANEOUS
MONEY TO LOAN riuf9 x~
NOTARIES PUBLIC V,
NEW PUBLICATIONS ? ? P"?e 1~
OCEAN STEAMERS Pa;re J I
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS P?*0 |?
PIANOS AND ORGANS P?f?
PERSONAL
PRINTERS P^ J* I
PROFESSIONAL p,ura
RAILROADS P"e "
SPECIAL NOTICES 1
SPECIALTIES P?fe 1.1
SUBURBAN PROPERTY PBtffi \\
WANTED ~
WANTED (Help) P**? -
WANTED P"*? -
WANTED (Rooms) P;"i'0 ~
WANTED Lots) 1,atfe ~
WANTED (Situations) P""?
WANTED (Miscellaneous) Pane ?_
WINTER RESORTS P"*0 f J
WOOD AND COAL P**0 11
Govf.rxmf.nt Receipts To-day.?Internal rev
enue, $451,681; customs, $252,843.
To-day's bond offerings aggregated $501,500,
as follows: Registered 4.'? per cent*. $284,500
lit 10S; ?3.000, lit 108; yllit) ()(K). nt 108 "ex. 'int.'
coupon 4?10.000 at 108; ?y,ooo, ut ios'i
*50,000, at 108; *45.000, at 108. X**
Interest Payments.?Treasurer Hyatt to
day mailed 33.619 checks, representing ?5,811,- j
422. id payment of interest due April 1, on rec
istered 4 per cent bomls.
Resignation of Commissioner Walker.?
Interstate Commerce Commissioner Aldace F.
Walker has placed his resignation in the hands
of the President, to take effect April 1. He
will leave Washington for Chicago next week
to assume his new position as chairman of the
executive board or tho Interstate Commerce
railway association.
The Proposed Investigation of the Union
and Central Pacific railroads' leased lines and
branches by a special committee of the Senato
hag been postponed. It had been intended to
meet in Chicago April 6. to start the n?xt dav
and spend about six weeks on the trip, but tlio
( inability of Senator Illscock to get away ln.s
led to a change to October.
"TiMX Assistant Skcsetart or the Interior.
George Chandler, nominated yesterday to bo
First Assistant Secretary of tho Inte'rior, is
about forty-eight years of ago. and has been a
resident of Kansas for twenty years. He is at
| present judge of the state "court, comparing
the circuit about Independence, and wnich is
the only public office he ever held. Ho was
supported by the Kansas Senators and Repre
sentatives and came to Washington ten uavs
ago on invitation of President Harrison and
Secretary Noble.
Hon. Carroll D. Wright, commissioner of
labor, has been designated as a vice-president
of honor and also as a member of the com
mitteo of patronage of the international con
press on profit-sharing to be held in Paris in
July next, during the exposition.
Senator Quay left fhis morning at 9:20 on the
limited express for New York.
Appointed Chief of Division.?Secretary
Noble has appointed Harry C. Tillman, of
Detroit. Mich., chief of the division of Indian
affairs in his offico. vice Robert V. Celt, who
was recently confirmed assistant commissioner
ox Indian affairs.
A Maryland Postmaster.?M. Metz has
been appointed postmaster at Smithaburg
Washington county, Md.
Shipments from Canada.?The Treasury de
partment has affirmed the action of the col
lector of customs at Ogdensbnrg, N. Y., exact
ing a fee. of 25 cents on each of the twentv
four ears or the Rome, \\ atertown and Ogdens
burg railroad brought to Ogdensburg by the
ferrv steamer W Armstrong. These cars "were
laden with merchandise from Canada.
Personal.?Halo Holden of Kansas City F
Lansing of Watertown, N. Y., R. E. Cobb of
Savannah, Ga., and Edwin Townsendand W. H
White of New York are at Willard's M II
DeVoung and Dr. E. S. Breyfogle of San Fr.ui
F- j!!akeof Ijoston. Herbert DuPuy
of Pittsburg Rhinelande:- Waldo and John It.
Dos Possoa of New York, and Eugene P. Car
ver of Boston are at the Normandie. Gov
Tho*. (.. Flecther of St. Louis. W. H. Rrown of
IndianapoliH. John Sterling Dean of Plnenix- ?
p l ,VBUine IK ,'UHk- Mrs. Rusk, and Marv
Husk of Wisconsin, and lion. James McDoweil
of Highmore. Dak., are at the Ebbitt. John
C. Klein of A]>ia. Samoa. N. W. Taylor. M B
Hecht, and Geo. J. Carrington or New York!
paries Murray of Chicago. Charles E. Mver
of 1 lnla Jt'lphia, and George Wardman of Pittw
burg are at the Rigijs. -Wm. Goodrich and
G G. Hauser of New York. C. P. Kimball of
Chicago, and R. 8. Frost of Boston are at the
Arno. E. It. Johnes and Wm. A. Duer of
New York and A. B. Willey of Portland. Ore
are at WormleyV W. M. Wilson of New
Jork and H. C. McCormick of Williamsport,
Pa., are atWtlcker's.
THE LATE JUSTICE MATTHEWS.
The Supreme Court1 liar will Hold a
Commemoration Meeting Saturday.
A preliminary meeting of the bar of the
Supreme Court was held this morning to make
arrangements for a meeting of the bar in
memory of the late Justice Matthews. Among
those present were Assistant Attorney-General
Maury, Senator Evarts, Representatives But
terworth, of Ohio, and Breckinridge, of Ken
tucky; Geos. Mussey and Henkle, of the Dis
trict bar; Hon. Jos. E. McDonald, Geo. Ticknor
Curtis and Gen. Eppa Hunton. Senator Evarts
was called on to preside, and, on taking the
chair, said:
"Gentlemen of the bar of the Supreme Court
of the United States: The afflictive intelligence
of the death of the associate Justice, Judge
Matthews, brought to the attention of the court
and to the profession and to tho public a week
ago,presents the occasion for our meeting here
It is the purpose in calling this meeting that an
arrangement should now be made that
some early day be named at which suitable
resolutions should be presented and considered
and at which an opportunity should bo Kiveu
for the expression of the interest of the bar
their esteem, their respect and their admira
tion and affection for their deceased friend
An early day has been fixed upon and will bp
suggested, which, if acceptable to tho profe^
tion now represented here, will be adopted."
Assistant Attorney-General Maury tfien pre
lutions were adopted, and the presiding officer
appointed the following committee in accord
ance with the first resolution: Senators Ed
monds and Hoar, Representatives Butterworth
?n,d Breckinridge, of Kentucky; Solici
tor-General Jenlu, Hon. Joaeph E. McDonald
George Ticknor Curtis and Samuel Sheila
Confirmation of the Bad News.
TRENTON AND VANDALIA LOST.
THE NIPSIC MAY BE SAVED.
TWO GERMAN WAR SHIPS WRECKED.
146 LIVES LOST.
Fifty Americans and Hinety-sii Germaiis.
The calm which usually surrounds and per
meates the Navy department gave place early
this morning to nervous apprehension and
bustling activity. The apparently well-sub
stantiated report by cable of the loss of three
American vessels of war with their crews at
Samoa was in every mouth, and. while a great
many professed to be satisfied that there was
really nothing in the matter, their hearts con
tinued to flutter and beat irregularly as they
thought that such a catastrophe was not impos
sible. Before the department was open for
business there were a number of anxious people
around the doors seeking official information.
The news came at last. Shortly after 10 o'clock
the following cablegram was received from Ad
miral Kimberlv by Secretary Tracy:
THE OFFICIAL DISPATCH.
Auckland. March 30.1889.
To Secretary of Saw, Washington. D. C.:
Hurricane at Apia March 15. Every vessel in
harbor on shore, except English man-of-war
Calliope, which ^t to sea. Trenton and Nan
dalia total losses. Nipsic beached, rudder
gone, may be saved: chances against it. \\ ill
scud lier to Auckland if possible. Yandalia
lost four officers and thirty-nine men, namely:
Captain Schoonmaker, Paymaster Arms, Lieu
tenant of Marines Sutton. Pay Clerk John
Roach, Henrv liaker. W. Rrir>l>ane. William
Brown. Quartermaster Mi< hael Caslien, M.
Craigin, 11. F. Davis, Thomas G. Downey, M.
Erickson, S. C. Ohriug, Adolph Goldner. Geo.
Goitnan. N. 15. Green. ,Io>epn Griffin. E. M.
Hammer, John lianchett. C. H. Hawkins, W.
Howat, Frank Jones, George Jordan, M. H.
Joseph, John Keely, Thomas Kelly, S. Kin
sella, C. P. Kratzer. Charles lira us. F. Less
man, George Message, Avlmer Montgomery.
Thomas Riley, H. P. Staluian. C. G. Stanford,
John Sims, G. H. \\ ills, John Mileford, Henry
.Wixted, Ahkow. Ah Peck, Pendaug, Techor.
Nipsic lost seven men. namely: George W.
Callitn. John Gill. Joshua Heap. Thomas John
son. David Kelleher, Henry Pontsell, William
Watson. -
All saved from Trenton. Trenton and Yan
dalia crews ashore; Xipsic's on board. All
stores possible saved.
German ships Adler and Eber total losses.
Olga beached, may be saved. German losses
%. Important to send three hundred men
home at once. Shall I charter steamer? Can
charter in Auckland. Lieutenant Wilson will
remain in Auckland to obey your orders. Fuller
accounts by mail. Kimkerly.
INSTRUCTIONS TO ADMIRAL KIMBP.RLY.
The Secretary and Commodore Walker, chief
of the bureau of navigation, talked the matter
over briefly, and the result was an immediate
reply to Admiral Kimberly's request for in
structions. He was informed that the depart
ment would sanction whatever he deemed best
for the interests of the service and the comfort
of the wrecked ones.
The following dispatch was gent to Lieut.
Wilson for Admiral Kimberlv, care American
consul, Aukland:
"Take such steps with regard to Nipsic and
wrecks and sending men home as you may
deem proper. Full power given you. Monon
galiela sailed for Apia February 21.
(Signed) Tracy."
THE OFFICERS OF THE VESSELS
were as follows:
Trenton?Capt. N. H. Farquhar. Lieut. Com
mander H. W. Lyon, Lieuts. R. M. G. Brown.
Saml. L. Graham, L. L. Reamey, B. O. Scott;
Lieut, i junior grade) N. H. Alien; Ensign J. J.
Blandin: Naval Cadets It. H. Storker. F. W.
Hibbs, B. C. Dicker. B. W. Wells. W. S. Cloke,
Geo. W. Logan. R. II. Jackson; Medical
Inspector C. It. White. Tast Assistant Surgton
Ernest Norfleet; Assistant Surgeon S. S. White;
Pav Inspector A. J. Clarke; Chief Engineer A. J.
liiersted; passed assistant engineers, Herschel,
Main and R. W. Gait; assistant engineer. C. H.
Mathews; chaplain. A. A. McAlistur: captain ot
marines, R. W. Huntington: pay officers clerk,
H D. Alexander; boatswain. John McLaughlin;
gunner, Jno. Westfall; carpenter, B. C.Fernald;
saihnaker, 8. H. Boutwell.
Nipsic?Commander D. W. Mnllan; Lieuts.
J. M Hawley, R. G. Davenport; Lieuts. (junior
grade) J. A. Shearman; Ensigns W. P. White,
J L Pursell, H. A. Field, H. P. Jones, jr.;
Surgeon E. Z. Den: Passed Assistant Paymas
ter John Corwine; Chief Engineer George W.
Hall Passed Assistant Engineer H. E. Frick;
First' Lieut, of Marines T. G. Fillette; Pay Offi
cer's Clerk 8. T. Browne.
Vandalia; Captain C.M. Schoonmaker; Lieuts.
J W. Carlin. I. C. Wilson. Lieuts. (J. G.I A. E.
Culver. Frank R. W'eath; Ensigns Chas. S. Rip
ley, I H. Gibbons; naval cadets, I. A. Lejeune,
L. A. Stafford. H. A. Wiley; Surgeon H. P. Har
vev; Passed Assistant Surgeon F. J. B. Cordeiro;
Pavmaster Frank H. Arms;Chief Engineer A S.
Greene; Passed Assistant Engineer Harrie
Webster: First Lieut, of Marines F. E. Sutton;
pav officer's clerk, John Roche.
The Trenton was the flagship, the staff being
as follows: Rear Admiral L. A Kimberly,
aides, H. O. Rittenhouse, G. A. Merriam.
ANXIOUS UELATIVF.S.
Two clerks in the detail office of the Navy de
partment were kept busy this morning re
ceiving and answering telegrams of inquiry
from anxious ones whose friends or relatives
were on board the unfortunate ships. 1 ullv a
hundred of these were received and answered
before noon. Telegrams were also sent to the
relatives of the officers on board where the ad
dress was to be obtained.
CAPT. C. M. SCHOONMAKER,
who was lost with his ship, Vandalia. was con
sidered as one of the finest officers in the service.
His home was at Kingston, N. Y? where his wife
aud three children are at present. Captain
Schoonmaker had a splendid war record. He
was born February 2, 1839. He was appointed
to the naval academy in 1854 aud graduated in
1859 In 1859-'60 he was on a cruise ou the west
coast of Africa. From May to September, 1861,
he was attached to the steam frigate Minnesota,
bearing the flag-officer. S. H. Striugham. He
was on board this vessel as sailing master in
the fight with Forts Hatteras and Clarke. He
was promoted to lieutenant, August 13. 1861,
and was detached from the Minnesota on the
following September. From November, 1861,
to July, 1863, he served as executive officer
of tibe gunboat Wyandotte in the
South Atlantic blockading squadron, and
after leaving that vessel served until March.
1864, as executive officer of the United States
steamer Octorara. One year of this service
was in Rear Adlniral Wilkes' flying squadron,
aud the rest of the time in the west gulf
blockading squadron off Mobile bar. In May,
1864, he was transferred to the monitor Man
hattan. joining her in New York. On board
this ship he participated in passing the forts in
Mobile bav. On August 14, 1864, he
w as in the fight with the iron-clad
Tennessee and other confederate gunboats, aud
took part in the capture of Forts Morgan and
Gaines. From September to December, 1864,
he served as executive officer of the gunboat
Augusta, convoying Aspiuwall steamers. In
March, 1865, he was ordered us executive officer
of the monitor Catskill, in Charleston harbor,
and in June following, as navigator of the
steamer Juniata, at Port Royal, 8.
C., and with that vessel sailed
in the Brazil squadron. He served
one year as navigator and the last of the cruise
ss executive officer. He received his commis
sion as lieutenant-commander December 24,
1865, and October, 1867. was ordered as navi
gator of the steam frigate Ptacataqua, after
ward called the Delaware, bearing the
Hag of Bw Admiral 8. C. Rowan. With
I this vessel ho Joined the Asiatic squad
ron, and upon arrival at the station
became the executive officer, which position
he held uutil the end of the cruise. He re
tumed to New York November. 1870. In 1872
ho spent three month* at the torpedo school at
Newport and in Mar took command of the
Frolic. Yire-Admiral Rowan'* flagship. In
Mfiy. 1873. he went to St. John'*. N. F.. aud re
ceived and brought to Washington the part of
the crew of the Polaris taken frora
an ice-floe. From September, 1873. to
October, 1874. he was stationed at
the navy-yard at New York a* navigating officer.
February" 14. 1873. he was commissioned a*
commander, and in I>ecemt>er following waa
ordered to duty a* inspector of the Mh light
house district "with headquarters at New Or
leans. He was detached from this duty
Nf*'omber 15, 1875. October 1. 1879. he
took command of the Nipsic and
cruised with the European squadron.
He was detached October 13. 1881. and ordered
home. He was ordered October 7. 188"2. to the
Norfolk nnvy-yard as navigation officer, and re
mained there "till April 1. 1886. October 7. hs;,
be was commissioned as captain, and March '27.
1888, a year a?o. he was ordered to the Yan
dalia. He took command April 5. joining the
vessel, then in the Pacific squadron, at Hono
I lulu, relieving Capt. Howison. who is now in
this city as president of the steel board.
PAYMASTER ARMS.
Paymaster Frank II. Arms, who was lost with
the Yandalia. was from Connecticut. He en
tered the volunteer nary a* acting assistant
j paymaster April 14, 1864. and served in the
! cast gulf squadron. He was commissioned as
j passed assistant paymaster in the regular
: navy July 23. 1866, and transferred to
j the north Atlantic squadron. He served
i on the Tuscarora from 1868 to 1871, and
; then for a year on the Terror. He was
: commissioned paymaster October 14. 1871.
I From 1873 to 1875 he was stationed at League
! Island. In 1876 he was on special duty in eon
, nection with the ceuteunihl at Philadelphia.
July 31, 1877. he was ordered to the Plymouth,
in the north Atlantic squadron, and subse
quently served on the Kearsarge. He was de
tached May 10. 1879. and in September follow
ing ordered to the Boston navy-yard. Septem
ber 30. 1882. he was detached! and August. 31.
j 1XS4. was ordered to duty at the liaval academy,
i where he served until he was sent to the Vuu
! dalia. Pavmaster Arms' family resides at the
i Crawford Louse, New London."
LIEfT. KCTTOX.
Lieutenant of Marines Francis E. Sutton was
appointed to the naval academy from New York
| iu 1877. He graduated C in a class of 96. and
I after a cruise returned to the academy for ex
! nmination for promotion and passed second.
| On his own application he was appointed sec
I ond lieutenant of marines, being the first grad
! nate of Annapolis to enter the marine
I force. He was promoted to be tir>t
| lieutenant March 9, 1888, am! has
been stationed at Mare Island. CaL
i He had just been detailed to command the
| marine gu.ird of the Mohican, but the Yandalia
sailing suddenly for Samoa before the arrival
of her commanding marine officer, Lieut. Sut
ton took his place, expecting to fall in with the
Mohican on the cruise. His father is a resident
of ltome. N. Y. At the Navy department Lieut.
Sutton is regarded as having been one of the
brightest and most intelligent officers of tiie
marine corps, and his loss is greatly deplored.
PAYMASTER-CLERK ROCHE.
Paymaster's Clerk John Roche was ap
pointed from Ilion. N. Y. He was twenty-eight
years of age aud a man of athletic build. His
nearest relative is J. Jeffrey Roche, who u a
poet and assistant editor of the Boston Pilot.
?A WAStllVOTOX MAN AMOKO THE LOST.
The first name in the official dispatch in the
li?t of men lost from the Nipsic is that of a
Washington boy, Geo. W. Callan. He was
about nineteen years old, afid a son of Capt.
Jas. Nicholas Cnllan, who died about four
month ago. H's widowed mother now resides
at 9th and S streets. Young Callan was bound
to go to sea aud entered the navy as an ap
prenticed seaman. He was a bright boy. and
so much liked by Capt. Mullau that it was at
the captain's special request that he was or
dered to the Nipsic.
THE NIPSIC IX A GALE.
The cut given of the Nipsic is made from a
sketch by The Star's correspondent at Apia,
; during the gale of February 14.
That gale was a violent one. but the Nipsic
rode it safely. The account, as given by The
Star's correspondent, is as follows: For some
i days the weather had been threatening, aud on
| the day mentioned the storm burst in all of its
i fury. All vessels at anchor were more or less
I jeopardized, owing to the small harbor being
i completely surrounded by coral reefs, and the
j bottom, iu places, affording insecure anchorage,
i All of the men-of-war rode out the gale iu
safety, but the loss to the merchantmen was se
vere. several of which dragged their anchors,
went upon the coral reefs ami were soon dashed
to pieces. Among these was the American
barkentine Constitution. Capt. Colley, of San
Francisco, which was cast upon the reef and
finally came off. when she went upon her beam
ends and sank alongside of the reef with the
American flag, union down, as a signal of dis
tress. still flying. No help was possible in such
a storm, but a boat from the Nipsic. in spite of
the fierceness of the gale, succeeded in landing
all of her crew in safety. The Nipsic also sent
a line to the English schooner Lily, which was
dragging rapidlv. and thereby saved her from
going ashore, which she undoubtedly other
wise would have done had not timeiy assist
ance been rendered.
CAVT. MULLANS LATEST LETTER.
In a letter received by hia brother in this
city from Capt. Mullan of the Nipsic. dated
February 23, last, the captain says: "We are
now in the midst of the hurrican season, and
until about April 15 we may look for heavy
weather. Harbor is small, with reefs outside
and inside?bad holding ground. No <;oal here
and nothing to eat?everything very dear."'
WHAT HIS BROTHER SAYS.
Mr. H. E. Mullan. who has sailed over that
course and is familiar with the harbor at Apia,
said to a Stab reporter this morning, in speak
ing of the disaster and in reference to his
brother's last letter above quoted from, as
follows: "If the vessels were without coal, of
course they were unable to get up steam,
either for the purpose of seeking refuge or
steaming up to their anchors, and. if the Utter
were once started, they could only bring up on
a lee shore."
The Department of State was without official
news of the wrecks until a copy of Admiral
Kimberly's dispatch was sent over from the
Navy department at the request of Mr. Walker
Blaiiie.
THE tbextox the best WOODEX SHIP IX THE
XAVT.
Naval Constructor Hichboon, who is acting
as chief of the construction bureau during the
illness of Commodore Wilson, said: "The
Trenton, which was Admiral Kimberly's flag
ship, was the best wooden vessel iu the Ameri
can navy, the best ship of the old navy.
The Yandalia was another fine vessel and had
been thoroughly refitted in the Mare Island
navy-vard at considerable expense just before
she sailed.
Tqf TREXTOX a FAST SAILER.
Engineer officers recall the fact that the
Trenton, which is set down as having a speed
of 12.6 knots, when in the Red sea astonished
the Englishmen by easily running away from
crack vessels of their fleet rated as 14 and 16
knot vessels. She was launched in New York
in 1877 at the navy-yard. She was ship-rigged,
253 feet long. 48 feet beam, drew 20.6 ana was
3.900 tons displacement, or about 800 tons more
than the Boston and Atlanta. She had 420
officers and men aboard when ah* sailed from
home.
TO TAXI) ALIA
ww built at the Boston navy yard and launched
in 187ft. She was 218 feat long, 89 feet bean,
17.8 draft, and 2,100 toot displacement She
ICWwKmierf o?ArtA
Telegrams to The Star.
UNITING 10 HONOR JOHN BRIGHT.
Remarkable Scene in the Commons.
A Prize Fight in Rhode Island.
!>' MKMOKY OK JOHN BRIGHT.
Highly Imprrutvr Somen tn (hr House
of Cummum VfnlfnUy.
8p?fiil Cable to Tm Kvunin Htul
Loxdon. March 30.?There ni mi impres
ivc scene in the bouse of common* yesterday
whin Smith. Gladstone, McCarthy. Hartiugton
and Chamberlain made their obituary s|?eeche?
on John Bright. The house waa crowded,
among the distinguished Tin torn being Her
bert Bismarck. All the members wore mourn
ing and removed their hats. The scene re
called the similar tribute to React>n?field. Now,
a* then. Gladstone expr-*?ied the general feel
ing with unerring felicity and carried the
houae away on hi* rolling sentence*. and thre
was much clapping of hands besides the usual
cheering. Chamberlain's speech alone nai
unsuccessful. Hi* commonplace alluvion* to
Bright, as being fond of cat* and dog*, came
terdoualy near causing a titter, while hi* re
erence to IVright not being required to sub
ecril>e to Birniinghntn chanties. w.i* extremely
provincial. as Matthew Arnold would say. Tho
funeral to-day at llocbdale was comparatively
quiet. A simultaneous nit mortal service held
in Westminster was largely attended by mcui
berf of parliament.
TIIK PARNELL COMMISSION.
Preparing for the Resumption of the
Hearing 011 Tuesday Next.
Special CiUr I)U|>aU li to Thf. F vrsrws Si as
London. March 30.- 1'arnell'a absence from
the house of commons yesterday was due to a
consultation with Kussell and George l.cwis on
the couduct of the Fame llite case w hen the
commission resumes on Tuesday. Russell has
finished preparing his speech. Those about*
him tell me he has takt n immense pains, and
is well pleased with his outline, for it will
occupy five days. Then 1'arnell will give his
evidt UCe. He l? expect, d to occupy the witucss
box ten days. His lawyer say* he will make au
excellent w itness.
COLLISION OKK I>1 N KIKK.
.One Vessel Cut In Two and Thirteen
Persons Lose Their Live*.
Ostesd. Brum*. March W. The steamer
Countess of Flanders was run into off Iiuukirk
at 'i o'clock yesterday afternoon by the Belgian
niailboat Princess llciirictte. The colllsiou oc
curred during a dense log. The captain, first
lieutenant, tiiue of tiie crew and three of th?
pa*seiig< rs of the Countess ot Fluuders mere
drowned. Prince Jerome Bonaparte waa
among those rescued. J l;e Countess of Flau
ders was cut in two and fore part at once sank
The Princess Henrietta took the afte r part in
tow and started for this port, but had pro
ceeded only a short distance win u the portion
of the wreck which she had in tow capsized
and went down.
The Countess of Flanders plied between
Ostend and Hover, and was 011 her way to
llover.when the collision occurred.
IN EKsllTEEN HOUNDS.
Jack Ashton Knocks Out Joe Lannon nt
Iturrlllvllle.
Pbovipesce. It. L. Mercb 3QL- The long an
ticipated fiijht betweeu Jack Ashton and J00
Lantion took place in tl.e town hall at Burrill
ville between la and 1 o'clock this morning. A
special train left this city at M:l.r> Utst night, and
was packed wi:h sporting uieu. Among the
400 pre si ut wt re John L. Sullivan and Jack
Pempscy The exact place of meeting whs
kept a secret until the last moment. The traiu
stopped at Stall water, an J the crowd had to
tramp over a mile through swauip. woods and
hills. There was considerable growling. Sev
eral of the party got lost in the wood*. l.ann<n
was one of these, and was neat lv an hour late.
The hall was lighted by several tamp*. Ashton
was seconded by Jiru Halv and Steve Mc
Maugh. Lull lion's second* were his brother
Jim and Billy Mahouey. Frank Moran was
chosen referee. Ashton wa* weighed in at 172
pounds and Lanuou at 19S. and
LOTH MKN SUE IN EXCELLENT FOR*,
and as pink as a rose. The betting was even,
and the Pawtucket sports bet against Ashton.
In Boston the bets were ten to one that there
would be a draw. About ?6.090 changed hands.
When time was called Ashton began to lead,
and plaute-d his left on Ijtunou's jaw. This
riled up the Boston boy, who m:<de a rush and
endeavored to do <Uniage. The uien theu
closed in. and there was sharp skirmishing, in
which Ashton plauted two slinging blows ou
Launon's left jaw and one 111 his wind bag.
First blood was claimed tor Ashton, but it was
not allowed.
In the second ronnd Ashton drove for Lan
non's head, but the blow was blocked, and tho
I Vis ton boy let out his left r.nd took Jack under
the jaw. Iu the fourth Ashton us< d hi* left to
good advantage. Lannon played for Jack's
wind, and resorted to his rushing tactics, but
Ashton. after two or tliree sharp face blows,
planted a hot shoulder b!ow on Lannon'* left
eye, which at once began to swell and shut
down.
It looked in the ninth round as though there
was to be a finish. Ashton landed five blow* in
succession with his lctt on Launon'* face, and
then staggered Joe with it left hatider on the
left eye. llere was a golden opportunity for
Jack to win. but he failed to follow up the ad
vantage. Lanu >n at last found use for his
right in the twelfth round uud caught Ashton
on the jaw, and this n.t*
THE BEST BLOW THAT JOE ST*rcK
during the fight. Jack quick to recover, retali
ated with a volley of left-handers ou I^annon'a
face aud body?five blows in all. Ashton turned
to avoid the counter, and I.aiinoi> got in a solid
blow on Jack's neck and sent him spinning.
In response to a suggestion from John L. Sul
livan ill the thirteenth that he ought to have
some use for his right. Ashton was riled up,
and he sailed in aud used his right and lctt
until he had got in seven face blown, and ni?d?
Lannon very groggy, the calling of time alone
saving Joe from be ing knocked out there aud
theu.
A?<IITOS DECIDES TO WIND CT.
In the eighteenth round Ashton went in to
win. He rammed Lannon all over the lot.
Another round waa called for. Jack forced
the fighting. He drove Lannon to the center
of the ring and then let hua have a |<a*tcr.
Lannon went down like a log. As soon as he
could get to hi* feet Lannon squared off. bat he
could not resist the furious assaults of Ashtou.
who swung his right and left in until another
knock-down ensued. L.nnon's seconds raised
hiui to hi* feet, and Ashton. leaving his corner,
crossed over to Lannon and punched Joe over
the ropes, where he lay helpless, so dazed that
he did not know win re he was. The retereo
gave the fight and the purse of ?1.000 to Ash
ton. After the fight Astiton was toand to hsve
a swollen ear and one lumpy cheek, while Lan
non's face was bruised and black aud blue, and
he complained of a severe pain iu his chest.
CAMBRIlKiK WINS EASILY.
Large Crowds Witness the Annual
English University Boat Race.
London. March 30.?The annual boat raoe
between the crewa representing Cambridge
and Oxford universities was rowed on the
Thame* to-day. The course was from Putney
to Mortlake. "four miles and two furlong*.
Large crowds witnessed the race. A light
breeze was blowing, but the water was smooth.
An excellent start was made at 1:13. Cam
bridge at once took the lead and at Hammer
smith bridge. IV mile* from the starting
point, was a length ahead. Both crewa ware
rowing well. At this time a heavy nun was
falling. The Oxford crew shortly afterward
became coufused and steered badly, splashiug
some and almost collapsed. Near Barnes
bridge, Ave furlongs fr>m the finish, Oxford
made a final spurt, bat failed to reach the Cam
bridge boat, the crew of which, rowing weK,
won by tour lengths.
Time of the Cambridge waa 30 minutea, 14
leconds.
THE RUSH TO EUROPE.
The Crowd* One-Third Larger than
thia Tine Lnat Year.
Nrw York, March M.?The number of eabin
>aaaengera on the outgoing steamers for Europe
ihia morning waa unusually large. As com
>ared with laetyenr at the same time ths sxodaa
s fully one-third greater.
The saloon passengers on the Cunarder Etars
ia included Mr. and Mr*. Cornellua VandarbUt
md four children.
In the local option election in BoWtonrt
lounty, Vs., Thursday, tne "wets" iwiisl the
aunty by over majority.

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