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Vol. 74?No. 13,036. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, MAT 25. 1889. TWO CENTS.
THE EVENING STAR.
prBLI.HHKV DAILY, Ewpt Sunday.
at THE STAR BI-1LDING8.
ScrtiwMt Cot?-t P?nmyLTani* Ave. and 11th St.,
Tke E?etmg Star Newspaper Company,
& a KAUFFMASN, iVei't,
T,? TTgwrvn Stab In served to subscriber* In J?a
et*y hr carrier*. '*1 their own account. at 10 rent* par
wwk. ur 44c per mouth Copies at the oounter. *
rcau ?ark By mall- postatre i r*vaid 50 cent* a
aonth .oe year 9* mi mouth* J.I
rUnt*r-d at the Poat Office at V\ aslomrton. D C.. aa
aacond ? laaa null matter ]
Tb* Wi?*lt Stab- published on Frlrtay-91 ?
year, postage prepaid. Six months. .">0 centa.
fW~\il wall fubarrlptions must be paid lu advaaeai
ot. paper aant longer than is paid tor.
bate* of adveruainr made known on application.
C
SPECIAL NOTICES.
FAILURE
? - ? We have Jnat received (at a irreat barirain) ,
mm.'' elerant style* of 1 n*!i-h and freurb Smtluirs
aud Troaarnatfa, thrown ? .n th? market l>> the failure I
of ? prominent Urn. of N<w V rk Tailors, and we
offer the entire lot at a very low fbrun-.
S.MLKK k WOOD.
Merchant Tailora,
my23-3t* 4":i 11th st. n.w.
GARDEN HOSE. HOSE-REEL. HOSE
Fiitnrea. for irsrden and street use. for
laracemilMlitiirj and flr? dei-artment; )* *t iroods. all
sues. lowest prices QOOPYEAR HI HI.I K CO...???
Srth ?t Lawn Tennis. Ya.-httnir, and Bicycle Shoes,
leather and Robber Bcltimr. Full st.?k Best
trades. myH-lm
fr- ~ CERTIFICATES OF STOCK. CHEOI E8,
Usi . ttier securities. Commercial Iitlio
srsLhy and uc?i?-!,tnir. A. G OEl'NEY.
ia 1 loth and D streets 11'ost liuiiduur).
COUNTRY HOARD.
BoAKI) ?CIT THIS <>l r Yor WILL NOT SEF.
it strain this season. u?ke irood the opportunity of
good lis.jird tor a little m a quiet and healthy
little villa*--. Farm well, on the railroad. handy tor
* iders. within '2 boon of Washington city.
>*nte at onc? for full part;enlar*. Address
Mm* GEO W. HATCKMAN.
It* Fkiav^l, Lo <\..,Va.
MIRD1NG H<>rsi ??F1 s f ? -i; U
. ? epti?>h of summer b??aid-rs. Hitrh. healthy. *r???<d I
water, lan.f airy nxmii, daily mails. Near Alexandria 1
<5 per week. Address Mrs. J. D. GAINES, Alexau
una. ffti m -'w*
CKHNTRY bnAKl), PLENTY OF ICE, MILK.
/ butter. It ??.. 300 van la tniu station; t?*n trains I
tUd> . 3 mile* from Warrent.u. Addn-s* Mrs. U. H. 1
KUaH, VmiiaIob, Ya. It*
??? OCCST LAWN/'SI MMER BOARDING HOUSE.
M.J Open Ma> !?.?; fruit, if. milk, 4c., in pn?
fusion. table unsurpassed. very lar.re lawn with an
abundanr?*oi shade. Address FRANK REl'l*, Boytl'a,
Mil. It
MXCR BOARD WoODLAWN FARM TERMS
reasonable, AtMr?>?? Mra. D. DAVIS, Ha> Market,
hlQie Willian. county, Va. iuy15-i5t*
\FEW lw?\RUKK> WANTED IN A PRETTY
eonntry hcuie . h*-?lthy lo? at ion. fruit and flower*;
railn>*d ?tat ion ^ mile troui houae . IS nulen fioiu
Mra. M1L>1EA1>, Newlmrton P.O.,
Fairfax i ounty. I a II)24-3I1
H>l'M KV bn\KD \l\i; 8TAT102I SEW
ho use. on hitrh prround; extenaiv? shady lawns.
fln? view . no m-.???> put in*. pi<*uiv ?>f Jemev milk and
; cold srnntf v^atcr. Cold iVint F'arni. Clifton
pt&tii.n. Fairfax, t o . Ya. my*-J4-llu*
W'ANTEU-T^OGFNTLI MFN TO BOARD NEAR
vf Sihtr ^prii.* >utn:i. five rainuttV walk todc
pot. cool roonla. shade, fine water. Inquire of Aireut
at Silver > - i- i- i iny'.'4-wt*
\rAfTON THE OLD FAMol S SIMMER RE
!^)rt. at Round Hill, Loadoun County, Ya., is n ?w
open for the aeas? n; oue-fourth n ib from station;
fiue water and <hade, two daily mails, telegraph, and
livery. daut inir and other aiuoaements, tiiree miles
from Blue Ridge Mountain*.
Address
iaylM-.'ltkiay:i0..1 lje 1 ? >ii;s. M. L. WALKER
fPHREE CooL lith>M8 AT THE OLD BROOKS
Jl Mansion. Brookland, D C. iiiy'J4 ?it*
CiLIFToN, VA_ FIKNISHFD COTTAiiE FOR
/ R^nt?Eight rooma. grasrt and sha le, three mill
ut? ?? walk Stoiu station one hour from Washington;
four trai .? daily euch way , references exchanged. V*l
dwas M R tf., Clift n Suction, Va iaty *_*-4 -31?
\V ANTED >I MMLR BoARDF.lUS AT A FARM
f ? bouse, ut * niiie from Keedysvi'le station;
terr?:s**??er we**k; no childr- n taken. Address Mrs.
H N . Keedysville, Washington county, Md.
\F1NE COl N I KY RESIDENCE. IN THE NEIGH
borbtjod of Mt. Yernou, Pohick chnn h and t K co
?juan Fal!s. on the A ?v F. R. R.; hi^h, shady and
bree?zy. good board guaranteed. For ail particulars
MRU GEO ERSKl N L,
?jTJi-lw* Lorton Valley, Fairfax Co., V.i.
t^DGEWO<>D FAR MHO I'S?, F1\E MINI'! FS*
j walk frum Woo?tst ? k station, Ljin stem lialti
n.'jT* and ohio, :i?? mtaut?9T ride froiu Relay. high and
hralth} . Uo uiklarii. :i?? ni> -HiUitutS; first-class; hot
and CiUd ! <ath. Address M iss M. .J. B.hN .?Ell. vV? .t d
stock, Howard county. M l. mytiJ-iR'
BEXCELLENT H4?\RD AT FA1C? HOCsE. DE
j lightful ahade.plenty <>i milk, ke, ..convenient
tos'aticn. P. O.and mountains, non.?>Miuttoes, terms
moderate. Address H. L. P. O., Gainesville, 1 rince
William County. Va. inv'Jo 3t*
\ PRIVATE FAMILY OF ADULTS WILL TAKE A
t*w boarders tor cummer months. Ii*-autiful
ground-, plenty o sha<le. iar- ? rooms, newly i ifi. red
Mud painted *1 hree antl t?u?-half miles from ? itv, near
railroad statn?n. B* x 15JI. Star ? fti e. niy.'l-.*?t*
^IMMKH BOARD! R> HAM ED PLACE IN A
Uealtiiy localAtv. mile- ln?n railroad station at
Lura> . t rms moderate Address MRS. L. D li< )\V EN,
livypc Milts, rage County, Va. luyMO-tit'
ci'mmkb boarding near blue ridoe
^ Mountain, bri? k house, i-ooi rooms, lawn. -Lade,
fruit, norse- and carriain^. tw- daily mails. moderate
enargva. For i*&rticuiars. addrets MISSES CL'MHY,
Hamuton, Loud? un c? unty, Va mytiu-lm*
Glen manor-fore*! glen, monigomery
ar.untT, Md., a new bou*e of about forry rooms,
iQgt < iMPiiCjti il f' T - I xr^tiiK opi .ts June 1,
l^sy. Nineteen daii> trains, lnirty minutes' ride.
Hiifn and healthy.
Terms moderate.
For term*, pian of bouse, and full information apply
at 101^ 14th at n.w . until May "*S. my ih-'.'w*
RUMMER BOARD oN NORTH HIIX FARM?LO
^ eated near the .>henaiidt?ah river water and uioiin
tain acener> beautiful loeatiin, health} VV rite for
circular furnishing details ami terms.
C M CASTLEMAN,
P. O. CastJeman's Ferry, Clarke County, \ a
my^-e^t.'y 1 "*
S
B!
I MMER BOARDERS TAKEN AT 1 HILoMoNT,
^ Loud uu County, Va one ? f the most elevated
and healthful wti? its > f Mr.'ii.ia abundann of
shade, fruit, milk, vegetafne*. .v . . dancing pnviiion
and other amusements. For particulars adurt s I) J.
IAYENNER my 11 -akw3M
B in -I MM! R 1 AKEN AT
house formerly oieupied by Mis^ Jane Janney,
Hanulton, Loud, in ? ? unty, Va.; location hitrh and
healthy . good table fare. large, shady yard, ice, fruit
? . references given and required MRS. I L. RICH*
ARl?s. myl4-3w
SUJfMKl; Bt ?ARDERS WANTED M"M Mil
hotel. Front R"\?L Va. Mithin four hours of
Washington;? ?.a mm?*licus building, shady > iazzas,
fruit abundant. s?? nery beautiful; bass hshing nne.
Unte f..r particulars. JOHN k. SllNsON, Prop.
Ila>n-lm*
M'RGl'NDY Hoi SF OPEN 1 oR SI MMIR
-anit-r-. lr- in Ali-xandria. ^ mil- In in
ra?lr? ad lanre h??Use. fine ro?ut:s; larg?. shady
gToun.ls. train.- lntt twice a day. Bl'RCil'NDY
HOl SE, Ikuadria Va. njrtt-lai*
Board in the mountains delightful
board a tlM; Boantuaa ?* Ya.; 11? nty of ihade;
iargeiawn. ict and milk, spring \%at*r. and suli'hur
an! inn \%at?-r. conveyances f?.r guests. Address
Mrs. J. STOCKTON. Rio, All*-marie Co., Va. m>Tlin
^PhlV. BANK FA KM OPENS MAY 15; CON
^ venient for trtnts in ofh? e; me^t trains twice per
da> !.*u;t. ice aiid milk in abui:?lam*e; hich and
- : -. SPRING RANK lleiainiria, Ya.
kp "J."*
boarding]
Hoarding ix Fkii \ 11 fuiily . <>nk utoa>
deli^htfully cool table first-? la^n . gentle
met.. ? l "?. ?>r one v. j-er month. Inquire in ntore,
11 *M > -t . t or. 12tE in> '#t*
XCFIX1N I Board and room for C.ESTLE
* ni .n and ?if*-??r tw?? gentlemen, <4 each per week.
S553 N J av ? n w. 31*
fpilE ILSMERE. 140S H ST
lal summer rates. Two persons occupying same
IMS. my'?lm*
fi^HE WEBSTER. .MIJ l.MTH ST. N.W, SIGHT
i a?-er?' bou.e . cer.t;al to all rointaof interest. new
furniture elegant n^ n vutf board, to i lu. i>er
iia) . 41 to J A DlWII T. 1 jal 4 >
?JoHS>"X &L Ijl'TTRLI.L.
We have an Immense lot ol White Goods at and |
I.V.. worth VO and IV.
A full stock of B!? k l? ? i?? <ls, at #1. 91.?"> to f.\.
1U4) White LmbruliUred Robes at 9- oU, 93, j
w rth double the price.
100 Embroidered Chan.bra Robes at 82.50, |
r< rth #4.
Best quality Satteena,jc.
O:v. I)e Roniau Satt'.ns. special style,. .'10c.; former
I . 4Uc.
. ? of our China Silks at 40 and 50c.. wurth
J ?1
JuUSSOS A LCTTREI L,
luv'^i-'lt* 713 Market Space.
The Greatest Of All
CLOT HI NO SALES AT
Dl'i F ST N.W.
Look over this array of prices antl wonder.
Chaldreii's Sailor Suits, gray and brown, only COc.
Children's Scotch Plaid S?ntM, a^r?-* 4 to 14 ;
) -r? First-claw* suit- < ! A11-wihj1 mat'rial $1.!?5,
II 17, ?1 ?5-J, ?l.sT. 4'J and t ">U.
Men's trood Working Pants, *>2. English Corduroy
hr;v ? l ??.\ Fine Drr.-a Pants, <1 'At. <1.50, ?1 tTj, I
s? and I'.'.jo.iieoi Working Suits, $;i.h7. 1
v.. a . Suits, $4 s4 i.?, ^"? V*', 4f"? "?0 an?l tt5
Fine Ss nre Suits, all colors, i#t> r?u and #7,
? xmt !>:-???* suit*. *?.r?n. *h. and #10
I . trant l'rin. Ails rt Suit*. Cutaway andSack Suits
at 111.75. worth ?','j
O A. R Suits, guaranteed fast color, $7.50. Al
? < 'oats. 7s? .
Comt at ? nee and secure some of the greatest of all
bargains, at
H FKIEDLANDER'M.
V>1 'J F, Six Doors from 9th st.
P Bear in mind the number. mhl-3m
Mackinaw Straw IL
Fine En*liah Split Straw Hats
?oys' Straw Uata. jOc.. |l,tl?Si
Ladles'Sailor Hats. #1. tl.XS. ?150.
Derby llats In Colors. o. ? t. and 95.
Fear. Camniere IfrtSs llat-? 9:1.50, 95.
La Toaca I'mbrellaa, 9U.50, < >.
Tennis ou til ta
li H. SIINEVETZ k SONS,
?>> -.? 12U? Fenna. ava.
IATS.
T
UMLINSOS'8
Green
Oixtment.
Ths best thliur ev,r known for < arbunclea, Brtls, I
Felotia, Eryalpalaa. Oraii><lated Eyelids, and allftkln
i r jpuou. Son*, burna. and t ats.
Headquarura. 14'.'4 New York eve..
ui2MVt'l|i Room ID. Elevatoc
SPECIAL NOTICES.
r. ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, FRANCE. BEL
[S ?rinm, Holland, SwttKrUna and the Rhine.
We have *e. ured accommodations fir*It-< luss lor an ad
ditional ten lor thr Washington Evursion. under the
directorship of DK. L. C. LOOM IS, for JUNEon
the splendid and fast Steamer CITY OF HOME. A
select party of thirty han already decided to go, the
additional ten will be carefully selected.
For particular* send for circulars, or inquire of
WARREN CHOATE, 1307K F street.
The party will be in Paris during the great National
Holiday. July 14. witnessing the massing of troops
and illumination of the city.
London six days, Paris seven days.
First-class throughout. my2f'-6t
OFFICE FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO.
P05T^ Washinoton. D. C., May V!0.1HH9.
A meeting of the stockholders of the Franklin In
surance Company, of Washington, D. C., will be held
at tliisoffii e oil MONDAY. June a, for the election of
twelve (11!) directors to serve the ensuing year.
Polls open from 12 to - "Y'fLVwICK YotTNQ,
my"l-eo6t Secretary^
ar* ^OFFICE COLLECTOR OF TAXES, DIS
J TKH'T OK COLUMBIA. Washington. May
1. 1N.M> The attention of taxpayers is called to the
tux levied for the vear euding June 30, 1889. on real
and w-rs.'iial property. The second half of such tax,
? her. not previously paid, will be<?me due and paya
ble on tli- first ilay of May, and if not paid before the
first day ot June, ensuing, shall thereupon tie in ar
rears and delinquent. iiid ? penalty of two per centum
upon the amount thereof shall be added.snd the same,
fnlli other taxes due and in arrears, will Is; listed for
advertisement and tax sale in the manner prescribed
by existing law. By order of the Commissioners of
the District of Columbia. Attest: E. O. DAVIS, Col
lector of Taxes. myS-XOt _
Or OFFICE GEORGETOWN OA8L1GHT CO.
May IS, 1880.
The Annual Meeting of the stockholders of this com
pany f'T the elecuon of sevan Directors will be held at
this office MONDAY, June 3,188R Polls open at 11
o'clock ? ui. and close at 1 o'clock p. in
myl8-14t O. W. CBol'LEY, 8?c'y.
, THE NATIONAL SAFE DEPOSIT
jjj, TT Company, lath st. and New York avenue,
receives silverware and all kinds of valuables on de
loMt. .Sales of all sizes for rent. Vaults fire-proof,
burglar-proof. dam| proof, inside of their new build
ing. with walla feet 6 inches thick. Construction
tire -proof throughout. Equipment unsurpassed as a
Safe Deposit Company.
Ai artments provided exclusively for ladies.
Inspection invited myll-lm
Of TOI K ATTKNTIONCALLEI) SPECIALLY
n,!W line? Flannel shirty. Sashes, Belts,
% Hosiery* l'nderwear, and prices of same. Shirts
< nler a gpecifltjr. P. T. HALL, 90S Fn.w. mlS-.'iin
MB. OCBQMK DESIO HAS REMOVED
Li* Jewelry Rooms to the CTouud floor of his
c3a stand?12^3 Penn. ave.?where for IK) days voods
will be sold at a discount oi' 20 i?r cent. mylfrlm
A FACT WORTHY" OF NOTICE AND
eousidcration. For the past two years I nave
been selling the highest jrrade Vapor Fluid for stoves
on the market, and as a strong evidence of its quality
and reliability 1 have enjoyed a steady and frrowini?
trade without a single complaint^ and I have always
sold the one (Trade 3 vallons for 75c., delivered.
nyl0-3v CHAS L. H< >:???KIN. !m? 7th at.n.w.
U B SMITH, ARTIST, MAKES AND
#05^delivers at once a free-hand Crayon Portrait
b> paymic$1 j>erweek; prices $10 to Satiafac
tioii ?naa ran teed; lanreet studio in Washington. Call
and see specimens. Cor. 0th st. and Maes. ave. ml-4w
PURCHASE YOl E OWN HOME.
~ This you can do at a small advance over the
cost ? f rent b\ tiecomiiur a stock holder in the
LASTKHN lU'lLDlNO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Thin association was organized January HO, 18*9,
up??n the plan that has become so poi>uh?r and success
lul m Pliil.idelphia and in other localities in Pa.
peno In :.l moetiivs tor the payment of dues at Her
rell's Hall. N<?. 04 l*a ave., 8. e.t on the hrst Wednes
day evening of each month. ?
Shares $ 1 \? r month . *200 net loan on each share.
Minimum cont to borrower, including dues, interest
and premium $2 00 per .-liare j?er month, or $13 per
month for a loan of $1,000.
Pamphlets descriptive of the superior advantages of
this association ami all other information tumished
uj-on application to _ .
K. A. ADAMS. Pres..4*32 8th st s. e.
J \S WHELPLty, V. Pr??.. 800 E. Cap.st.
J. E HMIKKLL. Tn as . V?20 l*a. ave. ?,e.
my22-l.'5t OEO.W. McKEE. Secy,. .?0 ? 12tti st.s e.
^ CONSIGNMV NTS AND STORAGE SO
LlCil'ED. , ,
Hav imf a very larire stort and a desirable location,
both f' -r auction jales and storage, we are now rre
pared to receive consignments of Furniture, Dry
U? ? ds. Gr x ems, >!i rchandise of all kinds. Horses,
liu .-tries, kc. Special attention ^iven to real estate
sales.
1 n mpt returns made.
Sales day every W ednesday. .
ROOT LOV.'ENTHAL, Aucts,.
my'.'l 1 rn 937 'th st. n.w
^ ^'aT TIMES WE HAVE TO MAKE ROOM
and above out tbe accumulation of stock. Durint? the
jiast week we have gotten toirether all the ODDS and
ENDS, and trust th e price will sell them at once.
A lot cf WHITE SHIUTS at *1 (formerly not less
than $ 1 50. 11) ?"*?') &!)? Some of Oieae u* Pnnck
Pen ale, with Three Collars and Pair of Cufls.
It is this week, too, that we cut the prlceof our
PARASOLS in half. We have but few left
H. F. WOODABD & CO,
SHIRT-MAKERS,
my21 15th and F sts. n.w.
---? 6FFD-E OF THE COMMISSIONERS,
DISTRICT OF COM Mill A, Washing
ton. May IS, 1SKH. ? Whereas, by the opinion
of the attorney of the Distrii t of Columbia, car
ruua'e blocks placed tnxin sidewalks and public
alrett? are unauthorized by law and Constitute an ob
strie tion, it if ordered that all persons who have
gu< ii t arnsire block* located u[*'n the sidewalks in
ln.nt of their premises are hereby directed to remove
th' <iine within thirty CRl> days from date hereof,
oth. rwlse they will be taken possession ot and re
moved by the District (fovernment Uy order isiKued)
H WEBB, S. E WHEATUY. <fHAS. W. HAY
M< IN D, Commissioners District of Columbia. my-U-ot
^ SUMMER RATES.?PARTIES WHO ABE
desirous of havinx their Pianos repaired,
tnii' .J. reirulated, ke.. durliiK- the summer will pleaae
address E. F. DUOOP,
Stelnway Atrency,
O'-'.'i Pennsylvania ave.
llavintr every facility and skilled workmen, will
?turant<-e entire satisiaction. Esumates cheerfully
k-i\eii without charge. my'.U-t)t
rm~ THIRD CO-OPERATIVE IHTI.DING AS
?carsoClAHOS OF W ASHINGTON, D. C
iue third Co-?'P* ratlve Building Asxt iation of
Wasiiiutrton. D. issues its fourth series of stock on
the t IRST MONDAY IN Jl'NE. I8S?. Shares,
t-er nionth, on which i 1,000 is advanced to purchas
ers Interest ."i |x-r i-. iit per annum on withdrawals.
Subscriptions to st(s*k can be made at the following
named pUce*: DEPl'E, iT'-s . S'.'O 4H st. s w.- J. T.
PI.'ITY. Treaaurer, A. ARCHKli, corner and I sts.
s.w. W.T. WALKER. 1411 O st. n.w., R. A. WAL
KKK. lftOO 7th ?t. mw.: E J. BCKTT, 410 . th st. a.
w CHt'RCH \ sft.PilEN.-iON. Sth and Maryland
a\e s W J H JoHNSON. 7th and Maryland ave.;
Dr. B. H UlNNKLU ?>--> la. ave.. THOMPSON &
co. loth and Louisiana ave. nw : CAMMACK ?
Dl-CKEli. "JSth and K sts. n.w.; O. T. THOMPSON,
ti.il pa ave. n.w. myl0-lm_
?- REMOVAL.?I DESIRE TO ANNOUNCE
to my friends and the public that I have re
n.oved my office to the Fleimntf buildinir, 1411MJ ?t.
J. R. HERTFORD,
myl1 in Real Estate Broker.
r , D C FAHEY. GENERAL CONTRACTOR.
^. Walka. Cellars, and SUble Floors Laid with
A n halt or Portland Cetneut.
my Ki :im Room 10H, Lenman Bulldin(f._
WASHINOTUN SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
' 916 Pa. avenue.
8t' ratre Departments all above ground. my4-4m
EQUITABLE
CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
"EWE IT ABLE BUILDING," 100a F 3X.
First payment
l~th iMue
May. lSSUl
Office open daily from 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m., when sub
?enption for sliari* and payments thereon is received.
Shares f-'.jO per month. (1,000 advanced on each
share. _
pamphlets explaining the object and advantages of
the Association aim other Information furnished upon
THOS. SOMERV1LLE, Pres't.
JNO. JOY EDSON, Sec y. *P-U
_ KINGSLEY BROS.' CREAMERY CO.
I CHOICEST DAIRY PRODUCTS. WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL MII.K AND CREAM DEPOT.
0*29 and 931 D st. n. w.
Send orders by ismtal. telephone or onr wttrons. The
lM-st milk and the beat service that can be obtained at
; all time*.
Our Wholesale Butter House, 21U 10th st.n. w., will
shortly remove to our new ?building', U'.'T and ir.,'9
Louisiana ave. oihSJ-3m
OH1, OUICK FIRE AND CHEAP,
I ILL buy \\a.hinirtou Gas Light
JOHNSON BROTHERS.
.FOR BUIOHl,
t LEAN i t " -
Cenipany's Coka. _
>5 tJm Exeluaive AkouU.
FRESH HAVANA AND KEY WEST
SEGARB.
CHAMPAGNE WISES,
All the l?r.<:i))K brands, at New York pilCML
PEMBROKE PUBE RYE WHISKY.
THOMAS RUSSELL,
Importer Wines. Brandies and Sejars,
fl5 1 'J 1 :i Pennsylvania avenue.
SUCCESS. PERFECT OAS STOVKS.
Guaranteed Best and Cheapest.
All Sty les of
GAS FIXTURES.
Call and se*. ^
l'.'oO V street.
ap?0-3m Neat to Johnson Broa.
i^T^s r^TUR^
MANUFACTURKBS' PRICKS.
GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY AND WOREMAN
SCHULTZ OAS FIXTURE CO..
apSV 3m 1315 F at n.w.. Sun Building.
SPECIALNOTICES.
LliTHER PLACE MEMORIAL CHURCH!
Vv!S> Pastor. J. G Butler Memorial Day,at 11
a. in., sermon by the pastor appropriate to Memorial
Day, Afternoon service at 5 p. m . preaching by Rev.
C.H.Butler. Free seats and everybody invited. It*,
SPIRITUALISM SUNDAYS^ 1412 PENN
?05 sylvanlaave n.w ; J J. Morse, .last day);
11 30 answers questions; 7:30. "Life's Problem in
the light of Spiritualism," followed by Maggie liaule,
wonderful medium. 10c. door collection. It*
?"T^ssST MARK'S LUTHERAN CHCRCH.-PO
tomac Hall, corner 11th and D s.w. Regu
lar services. Preaching Sunday,8 t>.in : Sunday School.
Sunday, 3 p. m.; Young People's Meeting, Tuesday, 8
p. m. . Teachers' Meetinir. Friday, 8 p. m.; Lecture
and Devotional Services. Wednesday, 8 p ni. Rev. W.
H. Gotwalu, the pastor, will preach Sunday eveninif.
All cordially invited to attend. It
ST. PAUL'S ENGLISH LUTHERAN
JP-^3, church, corner of 11th and H n. w? s.
Dinner, nastor Services to-morrow morning and even
ing at 11 and 8 o'clock. Two of the members of the
New Church Convention, now in session in this city,
will preach, viz: Rev. J. B Pannelee, of Wilmington,
Del., in the morning. and Rev. L P. Mercer, of Chi
cago. 111., in theeveuing. A cordial invitation in be
half of these visiting ministers. It*
CENTRAL UNION MISSION, 030 PA.
?v.^1 Ave. ?Tonight, song service, 7:30: Mrs. I.
Brooke, missionary, will speak at 8. Oos)>el services
daily, 12 m. and 7:45 p.m. Sundays, 3 and 7:45 p.m.
Br 1111 li, tent, and cottage meetings an usual (see bul
letin). Gospel wagon meetings (tomorrow) 8th and
G s.w., 3:30; Shepherd's alley, 5 Market Space, 6
p in *
Ijfc-ViSa CHRISTIAN CHURCH, VT. AVE, NEAR
N St.?F. I). Power, pastor, will preach at
11 a. ra. and 8 p. m. Sunday school. 9:30 a.m.
Y'onug I*eople's Meeting at7o'clo<;k Mission Sunday
school, 3:30, at Odd Fellows' Hall, 8th st. s.e. All
very welcome. It*
Ofr'm METROPOLITAN A M. E. CHURCH, M
?OS. st., bet. 15th and ltith sts?Services: 11
o'clock a.m. and 8 p.m. Bishop A. Grant will lie present
and preach. John G. Mitchell, pastor. It*
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT (PRES
byterian), Connecticut avenue, N and ISth
streets n. w ? Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Preaching by Rev. John Gordon, of Omaha. Sunday
school at 0:30 a.m. Young people's meetinir at 7 j>.
m. It
THE NEW CHURCH (SWEDENBOR
gian) Sunday School will meet in Metzerott
Hall, jlil 1 "Jtll st. 11 w? at 9 30 a. m. Persons iu Ori
ental costume of Bible times will be present. Rev.
Julian K. Smyth, of Boston, will preach in the Church
of "Our Father," cor. 13th and I. streets, at 11 a. m.
Subject: "Fishers of Men." At 3p. m., in the same
church. Rev. John Worcester, of Newtonville, will de
liver an address, and the Suciament of the Holy Sup
per will be administered to those in attendance at the
convention. At 8 p. m. Rev. S. (i Eby, from Peoria,
111., will preach in the same church Subject: "The
New Evangel, its aim and inethisl." Rev J B. Panne
lee, of Wilmington, Del., will preach iu St. Paul's Eng
lish Lutheran Church, corner 11th and H sts 11 w , at
11 a. 111, and iu the same church. Rev. L. P. Mercer, of
Chicago, will preach at 7:30 p. 111 Subject: "What
is written in the law? How readest thou?" Public
cordially invited. It*
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
tion Gospel meeting Sunday (To-morrow),
4 30 p.m. Subject: "Hunting Asses vs. a Kingdom."
Address by Rev. Geo. Elliott, pastor of Foundry M. E.
Church, lounr men arc iuvited: all men are welcome,
strangers included. Good singing. It*
Of WOMAN'S (H KI ST IA N TEMPERANCE
Union Gospel Experience Meeting. Hani
line M. E. Church, to-morrow (Sunday), at 3.30 p. m.
short addresses; good music. Public cordially in
vited. It
ig- --is GOSPEL TEMPERANCE MEETING AT
5. WaugU M. E. church. 3d and A sts. 11. e ,
Sunday evening, 8 o'clock, under auspice* of Capitol
llill W. C. T. U. Address by Hon. Hirtui Price. It*
GRAND "TEMPERANCE RALLY BY THE
old Minerva club at Good Templars' Hall,
4k- stand l'a. ave., SUNDAY NIGHT. Dr. C N.
Whitney and Judge J J. Weed will address the meet
ing. The Tent choir will meet at (1 o'clock. It
THE LAP7FSOF THE WOMAN'S 8UF
frage Association of the District of Colum
biu will hold a meeting at < 'arroll Institute, 1502 F st.
n w., on Tl'KSDAY EVENING, May 28, 1889, coin
meiit ll.g at 8 p. in.
Some of the most prominent ladies in the city will
address the meeting. Mrs. Tanner, w ile of the ll'>11
orable Commissioner of Pensions, will be present and
deliver an address. All parties mturested in this sub
Ject are requested to be present.
A small admission fee w ill be charged to cover ex
penses. It*
8IHOEBtf"WHO INTEND JOISING THE
1 em iterance Tent choir will meet at Good
Temi lars' Half, 4H st. and l'a ave,, SUNDAY, 6
o'clock p. m. Everybody invited. Come and aid the
temperance cause with gifts as a singer. It
ah" - CHORAL SOCIETY - ANNUAL MEETING
at Metzerott's TUESDAY, May SJ8, at 8
oXSook It
BRICKLAYERS AND PLASTERERS
please notice that I have reduced my price
for the best quality of WOOD BURNT LUMP LIME,
delivered to any part of the city, to 50 cents per bar
rel. JAMES H Med ILL. Deuler in Building Sup
plies, 908 to 914G st. cw my22-6t
-THI ANNUAL ELECTION OK NINE
Trustees of the German American Fire In
surance company of the District of Columbia will be
held at the office of the company, No. 511 7th st. n.w.,
on Thursday, June 20. 1889. Polls will be open from
11a ni. to 3 p. in. H. H. BERGMAN N, Sec'y.
Uiy25jel, 15,19
a**- - - - WAYLAND SEMINARY"
ANNIVERSARY WEEK,
MAY 29?JUNE 1.
Graduation Exercises, Wednesday evening, May 29,
in the A M. E. church, M st., bet. 15th and ltith sts.,
at 8 o'clock.
Address to the class by Prof. Albion W. Small, of
Colby university. Maine.
Public meeting of the alumni, Tliursilay evening.
May 30. in Coburu hall, at the seminary. Public Exer
cises. at 8 o'clock.
Exhibition of Industrial Classes. Thursday. May 30,
and Friday. June 1, in Parker hall, at the seminary,
from 3 p. m. to 6 p. m.
Reunion iu Coburn hall, Friday evening, June 1, at
8 o'clock.
The seminary is at present more conveniently
reached either by 15th st. or by Stoughton st.
AH friends of the seminary are cordially invited to
these anniversary exercises. Uiy25-3t*
NOTICE-STOCKHOLDERS
FIRST OO-OPERATIVE Bl'ILDING
ASSOCIATION
Of Georgetown. D. C
Annual Meeting. SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 8 o'clock p m
Subscriptions to the 8th series now received.
GEO. W. KING,
my ...>,2#,28,29,30,31 Secretary.
AMERICAN FRATERNAL CIRCLE
. J1!" new ?'ill be organized iu Wonn's
11 all. 1 - 1 6th st. n.w., 011 Monday evening. May 27. at
< : 10 o'clock.
It* FRED. E. WOODWARD. D S C.
GRADUATES OF EASTMAN'S C?L
lege who desire to aid iu forming an Alumni
Association are requested to call on or send their
names to P. G. McCOM AS, corner of 14th and L sta..
or to W. A. CALDWELL, Central National Bank
Building, city. uiy25-3t*
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
?v 7L Stockholders ? Notice is hereby given that
the hrst meeting of the stockholders of the Prall Tram
way Motor Company will be held on MONDAY, June
3.188#, at 2 o'clock p. m? at No. 1)111 14th st. n. w..
Washington, I). C., for the piui>ose of electing a Board
of Directors, adopting Hy-laws and transacting such
other business as may pro|>erly come before bui:1i meet
ing.
By order of the following incorporators.
W E PRALL, <iFO II. LAWRENCE, SAM'L
M.BRYAN. CHAS.G.BEEBE, E.D.M ALLAM. my 18,25
0t- - -T IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,
GEORGE B. EIIENCH et.ul .agt. GEO. W. ELLIS
et al.. No. 11.695, Eq. Doc. 29.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The above cause having t>eeii referred to the Auditor
to take proof of any debts due by the late GEORGE T.
ELLIS, or his estate, and to distribute the proceeds of
his real estate, notice is hereby given that I will pro
ceed to execute the said reference, at the office of the
Auditor, Oil FRIDAY, the 31st day of May, A.D. 1889,
at i o'clock p.m., at which tune and place all creditors
and other parties arc hereby notified to appear and
prove their claims.
JOSEPH J. DARLINGTON, Acting Auditor
May 10. 1889. my 11.18.25
100.000 FEET SEASONED. NO. 3 FLOOR
?055 lug. Virginia pine, mostly 16 feet long, for
sale at $14.00 per thousand feet delivered. This is
old stock, thoroughly seasoned and must be sold to
make room for new stock of South Carolina flooring to
arrive. "First come, first served." at SMITH'S Lum
ber Yard, opposite Baltimore and Ohio Deis,t. my24-3
Al TEN TION CARPENTERS-R. L CALL.
_ All members of I.. A. 1748. K. of L., are
hereby notified to attend the next regular meeting.
Mi >N DAY', May 27, 1889. Done by order of the As
sembly. JOS K. POTTER,
my24-2t Recording Secretary.
_ - MY WIFE, ALICE mThoNEY, HAVING
WvJ^Sleft my l>ed and board without Just cause, I
hereby warn all i>er*oua from crediting her. as 1 will
not be responsible lor any debts contracted by her
from this date.
JOHN O. HONEY.
May 24th, 1889. my24-.3t*
C. L 8. C ?THE CHAUTAl'yl'A UNION
will hold a reunion meeting at WESLEY
CHAPEL, on MONDAY, MAY 27. at 8 P. M. Address
by Rev. i.eorge Elliot and other interesting exercise*.
my24-3t
- - w y LIKE TO GIVE THE PUBLIC A GOOD
9^*7" thing. See our BARGAIN TABLE. Suits
80c. on the <1. GEORGE SPRANsY,
my7-3m 4:14 7th st. n.w.
Ir-^Ss HOWARD UNIVERSITY.
ANNIVERSARY WEEK,
MAY 24-30.
THEOLOGICAL ANNIVERSARY, rRIDAY EVEN
ING. May 24, in Asbury Methodist Church, 11th aud
K sts., at 8 o'clock p. ni.
BACCALAUREATE DISCOURSE, by President Pat
ton, SUNDAY, May 26, at 4 p in., in the University
Chapel.
? LAW SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT. MONDAY, May
2,, in the 1 irst Congregational Church, at 8 o'clock
p. in.
NORMAL AND PREPARATORY ANNIVERSARY,
w EDNEsDAY, May 29, in the University Chapel, at 8
p. m.
COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT. THURSDAY, May
30, in the University Chapel, at 8 p. ni. iny23-6t
S 8- SHEDD k BRO.
RESERVOIR VASES,
FOR USE IN CEMETERIES.
TERRA COTTA LAWN VASES.
IRON SETTEES AMD CHAIRS.
m23 432 Vtfc st. B.W.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Tutht.RV MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN
?CSTchurch. I* Droit Park. Boundary st. near
7tli st?Services to-morrow at 11 a. in. snd 8 p.
iu Preaching by the i>a*tor, Rev William 9. Miller.
Sabbath school at 4 p. m. Christian Endeavor So
ciety at 7:15p. m. Mid-week Service, Wednesday,
8 p. m. _ "
ALL SOULS' CHURCH. CORNER
14th and L sts. u.w ? Preaching to
morrow morning at 11 and evening at 8 o'clock by
Rev. William R. Alger, of Newport. K. 1.; subject in
morning 'Things Unseen ami Eternal." and in the
evening "Hie Open Doors of the Father's House.
Sunday School at !> :'U) a. in. 1*
HAMLINE M E. CHURCH.COKNEK SUK
and 1' Kta. ti.w.. Rev. H. K. Naylor, D.D., pas
tor 'Sunday school, 9 1 ."> a. m Preaching by the
pastor. 11 a.m., and 8 p. m. Temperance meeting at
3 :t0, to be addressed by Mrs S. I), ljiletra, Mrs
Cohen and others. Consecration meeting. Tuesday.
Praver meeting, Thursday evenings. S. The puhlic
cordially invited. '*
GRACE M. E. CHURCH. OOR. MTU A NO
?.-ys sU. u.w., Rev. A. R. Keiley. pa?u>r.-Sab
liath school. 9:30 a.m ; Preaching 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
by the t>astor. 3:30 p.m. young men's class; 7
p.m. young people's meeting: prayer meeting Thurs
day, 8 p.m. Seats free. Everybody invited. It
^ METROPOLITAN WESLEY A. M.E. ZloN
Church, D st. s.w., Elder Robt. H. G. Dyson,
pastor.?Ssbbath school 9 a. m. Preaching at 11 a m.
and 7 :45 p. ui. by the pastor. ' t
, BARNABAS C. HOBBS. OF INDIANA. A
__ minister of the Society of Friends, will at
tend Friends meeting to-morrow, at 11 a. ni.. in the
parlor of the Y. M. C. A., 1409 N. Y. ave. Public in
vited : seats free; no collection. 11*
~ ~?~y THF. ASSEMBLY PRESBYTERIAN*
Church, cor. 5th and I sts. n.w.. Rev. Geo.
O. Little, j>a?tor. ?Sunday School 9:30 a. ra.; young
people's meeting. 0:45 p.m. Preaching at 11 a.m.
and 7:45 p.m. by the Rev. L S. Griggs, of Ivoryton,
Conn. It
Of FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
9th st., between G and H sts. n. w.. Rev.
Joseph T. Kelly, pastor. Sabbath school at 9:30 a. in.
Preaching at 11 a. m. Young people's prayer meeting
at 7 p.m. Gospel service at 8 r.in. Thursday evening,
prayer meeting at 8 o'clock. Strangers are cordially
Wdlcome at all services. It _
> METROPOLITAN P R E SBYTERTa N
Church, 4th and B sts. s. e. (Capitol Hill).
Rev. John Chester, D. D., pastor.- Preaching service
to-morrow at 11a. m. and 8 p. m. Sabbath school
9:30 a. m. Prayer meetings: Young people's, Tuesday
evening; congregational meeting, Thursday evening,
both at 8 o'clock. It*
a?- ~CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, CORNER
8tli and H sts. n.w.. Rev. Samuel II. Greene,
pastor.?Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Adult, interme
diate, and primary departments. Preaching 11 a.m.
by the pastor, 7:30 p. m. by Rev. F. li. Swartwout.
of Chicago. KENDALL CHAPEL BRANCH, corner
13X and D sts. s. w? Kev. Theron Cutwater, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a.iu. Preaching, 11 a.m. and
7 30 p.m. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, cor. 5tli and P
sts. u. w.?Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. All are cordially
invited. ^ It
-^~K( >RTH CAROLINA AVE. METHODIST
Protestant Church. North Carolina ave. and
list, s.e., A. W. Mather, pastor.?Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 8 p.m. Song service, 7:45 p. m. Sunday
school, 9 a. m. Prayer meeting Friday. 8 p. in. Seats
Free. All cordially invited. It
{frr3S?~~Mr KEN DREE M. E. CHURCH. MASSA
chusetts ave., l>et. 9th and loth sts n. w.?
Kev. C'. Herbert Richardson, pastor.?Centennial of
Methodist Book Concern, 11 a.m. Sermon by pastor;
subject. "The Iini>ortance of Christian Literature," 8
pm., papers on "The Hymuology of Methodism" and
Christian Eeducation." 7:15 p. m.. Young People's
meeting. 9:30 a.m., Sunday school. Seats free; pub
lic invited.
, 'CENTRAL METHODIST PR'iTES I ANT
Church, 12th and M sts n.w.. Rev. S. Reese |
Murray, pastor Morning, 11, "How to Pray;" eveu
iug, S, Ephraim, the Doughcake." Wednesday.
Prayer meeting at 8. Friday, Grand Concert at
Church of our Father, 13th and L sts. u.w. Finest
talent; Mr. Herndon Morsell. Miss Florence Grigg,
Prof. Szetueleiiyi, and such. Tickets 86c. It
FOUliTH 8T.m7e. CHURCH. REV. WM.
M. Ferguson, pastor?9 a. m., Sunday school
at the church and mission.; 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., preach
ing by the pastor.; 7 p.m. youug people's praise meet
in^ ; Wednesday evening 8 o'clock, church prayer
meeting. All are cordially invited to worship with
us. It
i*T^=a? ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, 23D ST., NEAR
Penna. ave. n. w? Rev. Alfred Harding,
rector ?Services to-morrow: 7:30 a.m.. Holy Com
munion; 10 a.m., Sunday school, 11 a.m., morning
service, 11 a.m., sermon by Rev. L Do Lew, D. D.t
LL . D.; 7 30 p. m., Evensong (Choral) and sermon.
All seats free. It
EASTERN PRES. CHURCH, 8TH ST.,
r-T3
tor.?Prea
bet. F ami G n.e., Rev. Dr. T. K. Noble, pas
2:301
tor/? Preaching at 11 a.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.
in. Christian endeavor society at 7:30 p.m. At 8 p.
m. the pastor will prench a memorial sermon. Subject:
"Our Country's Dead." Old soldiers and their friends
Specially invited. Prayer meeting Thursday evening
at?. lt*_
a- WAUGH M. E. CHUKCH. 3D AND A STS.
?Ofi. n.e. (C. H )?The pastier. Rev. J. A. Price, D.
D.,at 11a.m. Gusixl temperance at 8 p.m., under
the auspices of the Cai itol HU1 W. C. T. U. Sunday
school 9 15 a. in. and 3 p.tfi. Oil iT.ULeague" at 7 p.
m. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening. It"
, MOUNT VERNON PLACE M.E.CHURCH
_ South, corner of 9th and Ksts. n.w., Rev. S.
w. Hnddaway, pastor ? Preachimr at 11 a.m., subject,
"Where is thy Mother?" and at 8 p in., subject, "Read
ing." Sunday school at 9:30 a.m Y'oung people's
meeting at 7 p. in. Preaching at Blake Hall, . th St.,
between B and C sts. s.w., at 11 a. m and S p.m., by
llev. Harry Febrey. The public cordially invited. 11
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 13TH ST~
t ween G and H n.w . Kev. Chaa. A. Stake
ly, pastor ?Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. Preaching,
11a. tin and 8 p. in. by the pastor. Sunday school at
Immanuel mission, 3 p. in. Young people's meeting,
7:30 p.m. All are cordially invited. It*
CHURCH OF"OUR FATHER" (UNI VI-R~
"**. saliat), cor. 13th and I. sts. n. w ? Rev.
Alex. Kent, pastor. By invitation the Kev.Julian K.
Smyth, of the New Church, will occupy the pulpit in
the morning. Subject, "Fishers of Men." Sunday
school at 9 45 a.m. Services at 8 p.m., under the
direction ot the general convention of the New
Church. _ It*
fc-. DECORATION SERVICES OF THE8UI
POE^loh Baptist church. Lot, between Kith and
1 ail sts u. w., will take place Sunday, May 20, 1889.
Preaching 11a. in. by the Rev. S. W. Madden, of Alex
andria, Va.; 3 p. m., Kev. C. A. Stakely, 13th St. Bap
tist (white). 8 p. in. preaching by llev. W. J. Howard,
Ziou Baptist, F at. s.w. Friends ami ineinliers of sis
ter churches cordially invited. Services every evening
the following week at 8 p. in., Saturday excepted.
Kev. W. .1. Walker, pastor. It*
"E STREET BAPTIST CHUKCH, NEAR
(Jth st. n. w.?Sunday s< hool. 9:30 a. ui.
The pastor. Rev. D. W. Faunce, will preach at 11 a.
ni. and at 7:30 p. m. All welcome^ It*
GRACE REFORMED CHURCH, 15TH
St., between R. I. ave. and 1' sts. n.w.?
Mr. George W. Itiehards, of the Theological Seunnary,
Lancaster, Pa., will preach to-morrow morning at 11
o'clock. Sunday school at 9 30. No service in even
ing. A cordial welcome to all. Seats tree. It*
METROPOUTAN-BAPTIST CHUKCH,
B. 0th and A sts.n.e.?Sunday scliool,9:30a.m.;
preacliinir, 11a. m. and 8 p. m? and Young People's
Siissionary Society at 3:30 p. m.; pastor and deacons
meet Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock; theme for Thursday
evening Covenant Meeting, "Worldly Excuses;"
Christian Endeavor, Friday evening. Welcome. It
? - i, TMifi im.i w rr"i'BiTi-rr rur
Services at the lierean Baptist Chun li, 18th,
liet L and M sts. u.w., at 11a. m., to-morrow, Kev.
Win. Waring, pastor.?Two G. A. H. Posts will be pres
ent, and the Choir will render specially appropriate
I music. It*
FOUNDRY METHODIST EPISCOPAL
_ Church, 14th and G sts.. Rev. Geo.
Elliott, pastor.-Services to-morrow. May 20: Sunday
school prayer, 9:15 a.ui.; regular session, 9:30; at 11
a.m. the pastor, subject "Shall We Know Each Other
at 8 p. in., Kev. Dr. Keiley. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday evening. Cordially invited, hearti
ly welcomed, glad to see you at our church. It*
^ DOUGLAS MEMORIAL M. E. CHIUCH,
L cor H and 11th sts. n.e., Kev. D. M. Brown
astor.? Decoration sermon at 11 a.m. by Rev. J.
D. Still. Old soldiers specially invited. Preaching at
8 p.m. by the pastor. Young People's meeting 7 p.m.
Evening of preparation Thursday, S o'clock. It"
Jf- FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
??. -- cor. of lOth and G sts. n.w.?The pastor,
Kev. S. M. Newman, D. D., will preach at 11 a. m.
a sermon appropriate to Decoration Day, upon "How
shall we decorate what our heroes have w rought?" and
at 8 p.ni upon "Jesus before the council." Music led
by Dr. Bischoff, organist. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.
Vesi>er service at 7 p.m. It
if m - RIGHT REV. BI.iHOP KEANK, Kl.OioR
BOS of the Catholic University of America, will
preach in St. Patrick's church at 11 o'clock Mass on
Suudav, u'Oth inst. It*
ST. JAMES' CHUBCH. 8TH ST., ABOVE
B n.e.. Kev. J. W. Clark, rector.?Services:
Sundays. Matins, 10:30 o'clock; Holy Eucharist, 11
a. ui.; litany and catechising, 3:30 p. m.; even-song,
7:30 o'clock, Sunday school. 3 p. m. Other days: <
and 9 a. m and 7 p. m., except Saiuts' days. Wednes
days and Fridays, 7:30 p. in. All seats free. It
?fr- - NORTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, N
st , bet. 9th and lOth sts. n.w. ? Rev. Chas.
B llamstlell, pastor. I*rcachiiur 11 am. Twilight ser
vice 7 p.m. sabbath school 9:JO a.m. Strangers wel
come. It
"THE BELIEVERS OF THE GOSPEL,
future life only in Christ, and the establish
ment of the Kingdom of God on earth, meet in Monu
mental Hall. 133 Penna. ave., between 1st and 2d sts.
u.w., Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, to celebrate the
Lord's death. All are invited. It*
UNION METHODIST EPISCOPAL
_ Church, 20th si., near Pa ave.?Sunday
school, 9:30 a.m. At 11 a. in. preaching by the pas
tor, Rev. Win H. Chapman. At 4 p. ui. Missiouary
meeting. At 7 p.m. Young People's meeting. At 8 p.
ni. Temperance meeting uuder the auspices of the
W. C. T. U. Addresses by ladles of the uniou. Love
teast Wednesday evening All welcome. It*
BAPTISlTsUNDAY NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK,
V^STin Second liaptist Churih Auditorium,
4th st. and Virginia ave. s. e. Pastor Edmond Her.
swem has returned from Boston and New York and
will preach (D. V.) Sunday 11 a. 111. and 8 p. m.
Short services and short sermons. Suudav school
9:30 a.ui. Young men's meeting Sunday 5:30 p. 111.
Bible service Tuesday 8 p. m. Prayer and prsise
service Thursday 8 p.m. All seats free. Come. The
79th anniversary of the organization of the Second
Baptist Church will be celebrated Sunday, June 2,
1889. It
FIRST METHODIST PROTESTANT
~ Church, cor. 5th st. and Virginia ave. s.e.,
Kev. J. E. Nicholson, pastor.?11 a. in.: "How to
Worship God." 8 p. m.: "Salvation a Joint Work."
Praise service, 7:15 p. m. Strawberry' festival Tues
day and Wednesday svenlngs. A welcome to all. It*
. METROPOLITAN M. E. CHURCH, COR.
4H and C sts.?Dr. G. H. Corey, the pastor,
will preach to-morrow at 11a. m., and at 7:4o p.m.
will deliver a memorial sermon to the Grand Army of
the Republic. Sabl?th school at 9:30 a.m. Young
people's service at 6:30 p. m. Lecture and prayer ser
vice, Thnraday. at 8 p.m. It
. WESLEY CHAPEL. RtV JAMES P.
Wright, pastor. Suuday School 9 30 a. m.
g by Rev. J. McKendrec Keiley, D.D. Pre
siding elder, 11 a. m. Christian Legion, 3:30 p. m.
Society of Christian Endeavor, at 7:1.? p. m. Preach
ing by the pastor. 8 p. in. Chautauqua Reunion, Mon
day, 8 p. ? 1Prayer Meeting, Thuraday, 8 p.m. If
Washington News and Gossip.
Iadex (a Advertiaaaseau.
AJrrffTwrvre. .. .. 12
ATTORNEYB Pare ?
AUCTION SALES Bur* 10 and 12
ARCHITECTS pa?e 13
BOARDING Pur1) 1
BOOKS AND STATIONERY Fwc 7
BUSINESS CUANCES 3
BICYCLES Page 7
CITY ITEMS Pure 12
COUNTRY BOARD Pa?re I
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE P*re 3
DEATHS Pa*s 5
DENTISTRY Pure 9
DRY GOODS Pure 7
EDUCATIONAL Pairs 7
5 EXCURSIONS Paire 12
FAMILY SUPPLIES .Pairs 9
FINANCIAL. Patce 0
FOR RENT (Rooms) Pairs 2
FOR RENT (Houses).... Pases 2 and 3
FOR RENT (Offices) .......Paee 2
FOR REST (Stokes) .........Paire 2
FOR SALE (Houses) Pairs 3
FOR SALE (Lots) Pairs 3
| FOR SALE (Miscellaneous) Pairs 3
GEN TLEMEN'S GOODS Pa*w 7
j HOTELS ........??i........ .Paire (i
HOUSEFURNISHINGS Pam 8
INSURANCE Pmro 8
LADIES' GOODS Pairs 8
LOCAL MENTION pajro 12
LOST AND FOUND Pairs 2
MEDICAL p?(rg 9
MISCELLANEOUS Pass 5
MONEY TO LOAN Pairs 3
NOTARIES PUBLIC Pairs 7
NEW PUBLICATIONS Paire 8
OCEAN STEAMERS Pairs 9
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS. Paife 9
PIANOS AND ORGANS Pair* 9
PERSONAL Pass 2
PRINTERS Pa?re 8
PROFESSIONAL., Pass 9
PROPOSALS.. /. .Patfes 8 and 12
RAILROADS Pairs 9
SPECIAL NOTICES Patre 1
SUBURBAN PROPERTY Pairs 3
SUMMER RESORTS Pa*es3aiidtt
SPECIALTIES Pairs 8
WASTED (Help) Pairs 2
WASTED (Houses) Pairs 2
WANTED (Stores).. .......Paire 2
WASTED (Rooms) Paire 2
WANTED (Situations) .....Paifo 2
WASTED (Miscellaneous).._... Pairs 2
WOOD AND COAL Patfu y
Secretary Proctob is expected to return to
night from Vermont.
Arm* Orders.?Capt. Fred'k A. Hinman,
engineer corps, ordered to examination by the
army retiring board at Governor's Island.
Capt. Thos. M. McDougall. seventh cavalry,
ordered to examination by the army
retiring board at San Antonio. Tex. Capt.
Chas. Bentzoin, twenty-fifth infantry, detailed
to attend the encampment of the Minne
sota national guard, to be held at
Lake City, Minn. Capt. Andrew H. Russell,
ordnance department, ordered on temporary
duty from Providence It. L, to the Water
vliet arsenal. Cadet Jefferson D. Reagan,
fourth class. United States military academy,
granted sick leave until August 28. 1889, when
he will join the then third class. Maj. I)e Witt
Poolo, paymaster, granted two months' leave.
Pensions to Crippled Veterans.?Commis
sioner Tanner is giving a hearing this afternoon
to the attorneys for fifteen pensioners who have
eacifcjost an arm and a leg. "Former Commis
sioners," said Mr. Tanner this morning, "havo
ruled that these men are entitled to but $50
per month, but I am anxious to have their
attorneys present their case to me so strongly
and explain the law so clearly that I will be
convinced that under the law I can allow them
$72 per month. If the law won't admit of this
construction I want to know it, so that I can go
to Congress and ask for its amendment."
The First 3Iahim. Band Concert.?The
program of music of the first concert of the
season to be given at the White House grouuds
bv the Marine band this evening, beginning at
5:45 p. ni., is as follows: 1. March. "The Pica
dor, Sousa; 2. Collocation, "Sultanof Mocha."
Cellier; 3. Chilian dance, "Mauaua." Miss nil;
4. Three lullabies, (a) "Baby Dear." Eegerter;
(b) "Bye, Baby, Bye," Powell; (c) Sleep, Gently
Sleep, Morsell; 5. Fantasia, "The OolahJ' Le
cocq; 6. Variations on Scotch air for piccolo
(Mr. Henry Jaeger), Occa; Valsc. "Daddy,"
Bucallosi; 8. Ballet music, "Pharoah's Daugh
ter," Pugui.
Personal.?Capt. E. S. Wright of Allegheny,
Pa., S. J. Kaine of Milwaukee, Judge D. H.
Hughes of Kentucky, Dr. J. A. Ten Eyck of
Bridgeport, Ct., S. Alexander of Philadelphia,
M. H. WarUwell and Chas. E. Field, of Baugor,
Me., are at Willard's. J. A. Cliaudos of Lon
don, J. G. Mitchell of Rochester, J. A. Roche of
Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Courtauld
of Braintree, England, and J. O. Brown
of Pittsburg, are at the Arlington.??
J. Egley and A. L. Salt of New York. J. E. Olil
of Arizona, A. L. Suezman of Chicago. Dayton
W. Glenn of Ohio. Y. Settle of North Carolina,
and I'. G. Davies of Boston, are at the Ebbitt.
?? Mrs. M. Walsh, W. C. Evans of New York.
W. E. Grick of New Jersey, and J. McGregor
of Salt Lake City, are at the Riggs.
C. B. Thomas. Miss M. B. Thomas and J. M.
Palmer of New York, and E. N. Crane
of New Jersey, are at the Arno.
Winslow Williams and Swainc Latrobe of Bal
( timore are at Wormlev's. M. Hitzy of New
York and G. L. BriJner of New York are at
Welcker s. Mr. A. L. Suesmaii. general
western manager, and Mr. F. N. Bassett. geu
eaal eastern manager of the United Press, are |
| visiting Washington. The latter is accom
panied by his wife. Geo. O. C. Lawrence
and wife of Buenos Ayres, Mrs. Geo. Wood,
Miss Whiting, Miss Riker of New York. E. A.
Becker of Buffalo, N. Y.. M. B. Church of
Grand Rapids, Mich., and McClellan Fen
ton, Baltimore, Md., are at the Normandie.
F. A- Kenney and Obed Lyon of Brockton.
Mass., J. M. Finperty, Wm. Murphy, Myles
Haffender, of New York, and Colonel
J. W. Woltz of Virginia, are at the
Hotel Johnson. Edward E. Gisburne,
\ a Washington boy, and a graduate from
the High school, class of '88, left on the 22(1
inst. for Providence, R. L, having accepted a
I responsible position at the works of the Ameri
can branch of the Hotchkiss Ordnance com
pany, located in that city. Dr. L. Hussev. a
prominent North Carolina physician, and* an
uncle of Capt. J. B. Hupey, of the Treasury
department, is in the city. He is stopping with
Capt. Hupey on Capitol Hill.
Interior Department Changes.
The following official changes have been
made in the Department of the Interior:
General laud office?Appointment: Martin S.
Ilagsdale, of Indiana, timber agent, $1,300.
Patent office?Appointments: Geo. L. Wilkin
son. of Missouri; Edwin S. Henry, of Kansas:
Henry S. Goodall, of Vermont; Wm. J. Rich, of
Massachusetts, and Cornelius C. Billings, of
Vermont, fourth assistant examiuers, ?1.200.
Promotion: Miss May E. Boardman, of Ver
mont, copyist, $900, to clerk. $1,000.
Geological Survey?Appointment: Chas. N.
Dodge, of Massachusetts, copyist. $720. Pro
motion: Lincoln G. Eakins. of Pennsylvania,
assistant chemist, $1,200 to $1,600.
Pension office?Appointment: Frank H. Al
len, of Wisconsin, chief of division, $2,000.
Promotions: Wm. W. Case, of Minnesota, as
sistant chief of division, $1,800, to principal
examiner, $2,000; Mrs. Lottie C. Williams, of
Ohio, clerk, $1,200 to $1,400; Asabel H. alder
man. of Ohio, clerk, $1,000 to $1,200. liesig
nation: Mrs. Lucretia E. Johnson, of Mary
land, clerk, $1,000.
War Department Changes.
Appointed: Thomas C. Newton. Georgia; Jas.
8. Raymond, Iowa; Jno. A Magee, Pennsylva
nia; Thos. J. Clark, New Jersey; A. P. Porter,
Mississippi, and Homer Guerry, Georgia, clerks
at $1,000, surgeon general's office. Emmet C.
Audru, Michigan, clerk at $1,000, commis
sary general's office. Oscar V. Mitchell, Louisi
ana. clerk at $1,000. quartermaster general's
office. Julian J. Gill, Mississippi, clerk at
$1,000, surgeon general's office, permanently.
Seth E. Tracy, Texas; Jas. A. White, Georgia;
Homer B. Harlan, Michigan, and Arthur W.
Griault, New Jersey, permanently appointed
clerks at $1,200, adjutant general's office.
A Consul Appointed.
The President to-day appointed Roger C.
Spooner, of Wisconsin, to be consul of the
United States at Prague. This is Senator
Spooner's brother.
Telegrams to The Star.
GENERAL NEWS FROM ABROAD.
The Judges will Take no Notice
of Parnell's Speech.
BOULANGEB TO CONTEST ALL ELECTIONS.
DR. CRONIN'S MURDERERS.
A Chicago Detective Mixed Up
in the Affair.
PARNELL'S SPEECH.
The Court Judges Will Not Notice It?
llisniurek's Letter to ("apt. Murrell.
Special Cable Dispatch to Thf. Evkkixo Stab.
London, May '25.?The judges do not intend
to take any notice in the court of Parnell's
speech, which I cabled yesterday. Logically,
they ought to, but when O'Brien was let off
with a mere reprimand some months ago they
practically debarred themselves from noticing
contempt.
SIR CHAfl. KrSSELL'S GREAT SPEECH
is published to-day in boon form and makes a
fat octavo volume of 600 pages similar to Mr.
Brvee's book.
bismarck's letter
complimenting Capt. Murrell on his bravery in
rescuing the crew of the Danmark excites
attention. He speaks the general opinion of
all seafaring nations in praising Murrell. This
probably explains his writing in a matter seem
ingly of no concern to the Germans. The em
peror is very anxious to promote Germany's
position as a naval power. Bismarck thus
seizes the opportunity of posing as a seafaring
nation.
JUBILEE PLCSOER'S BOOK.
Earnest Benzon. a well - known sporting
masher nicknamed "Jubilee Plunger." from
his racing exploits in the queen's jubilee year,
is writing his autobiography for the Hansom
Cab publishing company. The book will tell
how a young man about town may lose ?200.000
in two years.
THE queen's BIRTHDAY.
Qneen Victoria celebrated her seventieth birth
day yesterday. She is in remarkable good health
and more active in public functions than she
has been for several years. She is a good in
stance of mens mno in otrpore sano and there is
no reason why i-he should not exceed the lon
gevity of George III.
PRESENTED TO THE QUEEN.
Minister Lincoln Is Cor?llally Greeted by
England's Sovereign-Foreign News.
London, May 25.?Mr. Robert T. Lincoln,
the new American minister, was presented to
day to the queen, at Windsor castle, by Vis
count Cross. Mr. Lincoln presented his cre
dentials to the queen, who received them, and
cordially greeted Mr. Lincoln with a few kind
words.
FLOOGISO TO BE RESTORED.
The bill restoring the punishment of flog
ging with the cat-o'-nine-tails. and authorizing
its inflictions upon burglars convicted of hav
ing dangerous weapons in their possession,
has passed its third reading in the house of
commons. Its passage in the house of lords is
assured.
KINO TIUMBFRT TO VISIT STRASBURO.
Berlin, May 25.?King Humbert and Em
peror William will go to Strasburg to-morrow.
Their majesties will review the entire garrison
on the esplanade at the depot. King Hum
bert will not return to Berlin, but will proceed
on his homeward journey from Strasburg.
A DYNAMITE BOMB IS OPORTO.
Lisbon, May 25.?A dynamite bomb was ex
ploded at the door of the civil governor's
house at Oporto to-day, smashing the windows
of the building.
THE QUEEN UNEASY.
She Must Welcome the Emperor of Ger
many and the Shah of Persia.
London, May 25.?With two such undesira
ble visitors as the Shah of Persia and Emperor
William of Germany to make welcome the
anxiety of the queen is easy to conceive.
Cordially detesting her grandson and looking
with a well-founded abhorrence upon the
aggregation of dirt anil diamonds upon the
eastern ruler, the crusty old lady will
still be compelled to curb her temper and re
ceive the aforesaid potentates witli a pretense
of cordiality. A passage at arms has occurred
between her and the marquis of Salisbury as
to whether the expense of entertaining the
shah and the considerable sum which
must be expended in effacing the traces of the
presence ot himself and suite shall be paid by
the nation or come from her own purse. So
serious was the conflict that it was thought ad
visable out of regard for her majesty's health
to pretend to yield the point and avoid un
seemly debate.
THE WELSH DISSENTERS
are much encouraged by the increased vote
cast by the favorers in parliament of disestab
lishment in Wales. It should not be very diffi
cult. in view of the success gained in Ireland,
to obtain the twenty-eight votes necessary to
the result at the next division upon the bill,
but the clergy of the entire country are aroused
at the danger of a future calamity happening
in England, and they will guard the outworks
of their fortress to the last extremity.
The number of tracts and pamphlets circulat
ed during the last two years ealling the attention
of the religiously inclined to the danger the
church is in from the assaults of the enemies
of Christianity, as they term them,
is enormous, " and they have not been
without effect. Many predict that if Welsh
disestablishment takes plaee iu less than live
years it will come as the result of bloodshed
between the authorities and the Welsh people,
who, to tell the truth, do not care
HOW SOON THE CRISIS COXES.
The clergy as a body have also taken a firm
stand against cremation as one of the insid
eous methods by which it is sought to under
mine the church and hasten to protest
against it on everv possible oecasiou. The town
council of Middlesborough were encouraged
by the reception of their protest against fur
ther interments within their boundaries, upon
strictly sanitary grounds, but the clericals of
the vicinity aiid their supporters will proba
bly defeat the proposed substitution of
cremation for burial, typhus or no typhus.
The stamping out of the projected chauge in
the method of disposing of the dead as heathen
ish, and especially un-English, will most likely
defeat it in the present state of the insular
mind to the great comfort of the conservative
element.
BOULANGER AND HIS FRIENDS.
They Will Contest All the Elections In
France.
Losdos, May 25.?At a meeting of General
Boulanger's supporters, held to-day at his resi
dence in this city, it was decided to contest
all the elections in France.
Indiana Miners Destitute.
Chicago, May 25. ?A dispatch from Indianap
olis, IniL, says: Two miners, who compose a
committee of the Clay connty miners, are here
soliciting aid. They state that the miners are
suffering from waut, and that the destitution in
many ot the families is terrible. Of the 1.800
miners who have quit work rather than submit
to the fifteen cents reduction, hardly one in
fifty has any means to live upon. Many of
the miners are leaving the connty, bnt those
having families are powerless to get away.
A CHICAGO DETECTIVE.
He la Bfllfvrd to be Connected will
I?r. Cronln's Murder.
* 9T4RTi.nt<* chain or rAc-rn, ooisa to oac^w
Til AT THE IMKTOR WAS LI RSI' TO Hid MATH
KY THE PETF.l'TIVr's ?? HUMi"- IHt HI AH1.S
man's story or the white hobke and m\h>y.
Chicaihi. May 25. - The Ttntrt thil morning
?sysi The Tiuim within the last twenty-four
hoars has oom?' into |hwmh)D of a most im
portant snd most startling chain of tart*. Tl.e
white horse and the buggy. which carried the
man who lured I?r. Cronin to his death, hat*
been discovered, and the mau who ordered
this riff, according to the story of the
livery stable keeper, is a detective in the
employ of the Chicago police force, and hie
mime is Daniel Coughlin. On the morning of
Saturday. May I. Coughliu called at the liverv
stable of Patrick lliuan. at J60 North Clerk
street, and gave uotice that a - friend" would
call abont 7 o'clock that evening and that he
was to be given a horse and buggy. That
evening a man called, was given the white
horse and ft buggv and about 7:15 o'clock {he
mau left the stable with tlx* rig ami drove
north on < lark stree t According to Frank
Scanlon it was five minntes thereafter wh?n
the stranger drove to 470 North Clark street,
and iufonned l>r. Cronin that he
WAS WANTED AT St'lI-TVAN*H ICE HOfSE.
Dman says the man asked for a buggy with
side curtains, but he had none to give him.
The white horse and the buggy were returned
to the stable by CViughliu's friend at y ;tn, or
just two hours and fifteen minutes after they
had been hired. Mr. Dman describes the man
as lieing about thirtv-tive years of age. and of
ordinary height and build. He had a week's
growth of beard on his lace and wore a soft
telt hat with a narrow turned up brim. Mr.
Dinan says he thought nothiiig more of the
matter until Monday morning, when the pa|sr*
began to publish Dr. Cromu's mysterious dis
ap i >ear a lure aud the peculiar connection ol a
white horse and a buggy w ith the sensation.
Then ho became suspicious of the trip his o*u
white horse made under the guide- of Detective
Coughlin's "friend." Ke went at once to the
East Chicagi<f<venu>^tatioii^to tell Capt. Schaak
of tho curious coincidence, lie found Detec
tive Coughliu who took him aside und
CAUTION Ell HIM SOT TO SAY AMTHISO
about the affair of Saturday night, because, not
being on good terms with Dr. Cronin. sotuo
people might think he had something to do
with the disappearance. Mr. Dinan was still
uneasy. He told Captain Schaak his story, and
m-inted that a full report be made to Chief
Hubbard, lint becoming suspicious that tho
report had uot been made he called on tho
chief himself. The matter is being investigated,
and Chief Hubbard said last night that unless
Coughliu could make a satisfactory explanation
he would lock htm up
DR. CRONIn's SERIOUS CHAUOES.
The charges that Dr. Cronin and las friend*
made against Alexander Sullivan. Michael Hol
land aud Denis C. Feelv. the triumvirate that
acted as a board of directors for the L*lilted
Brotherhood, are stronger than mere ?iube7
I zleuient of funds aud malfeasance in office,
j There was a charge not long ago brought
against the members of this boara that they
had uot only misappropriated large sums of
the money subscribed for the good of the Irish
national movement m the old country, but aNo
that they or some of them, either intentionally
or otherwise, allowed secrets of the order to
escape tlictn. resulting in the imprisonment of
several emissaries of the Clan-Na-tiael and tho
death of two on British soil.
The charges are said to have been bused
merely on suspicion, but Dr. Cronin was said
to have been very active in the accumulation
of testimony calculated to corroborate these
suspicions.
In adduion to this and more sensational than
all is the uudoubted tact that in the possession
of Dr. Cronin was an allidavit made by a well
known Irish-American that he heard one of
the parties interested lti these and other dis
closures say that Dr. Croniu must be put out
of tile way. I he name of the man who made
this statement is in the possession of the state *
attorney and a warrant for his arrest may be
looked for at any moment.
THE Mtl.K-DEALEH'8 STORY.
William Mertes. a milk dealer, who lives oa
Woodside avenue, near Addison, teils a story,
which, in view of the fact that it has been def
initely settled that Dr. Cronin was murdered
in Carlson cottage, has an important bearing
on the investigation. Two weeks ago last Sun
day night between 8:30 and y o'clock Mertes
left his house to visit the grocery at the corner
of Ashland avenue and Otto street, which i*
only a short distance south ol the Carlson cot
tagi. Af he neared the Carlson cottage a
buggy containing two men drove up to tho
side of the ditch. One of the men. whom
Mertes describes as a tall and apparently ath
letic man sprang from the buggy and ran up
the front stairs of the cottage.' the door of
which was throw 11 open before he even knocked
tor admission. Scarcely had the door close d
again when he heard the sound of loud aud
angry voices within the cottage. The man lu
the buggy then w hipped his horse into a gallop,
drove to Addison avenue, and then turned m
the direction of the lake. Mertes was unable
to describe the man in the buggy, as his face
was partly concealed by the brim of a soft hat.
He thinks the horse was a light sorrel.
Tilt 111 U1KKI1.S Not RESIDES"!* OF CHICAOO.
The Utrald this morning says: Yesterday's
developments given point to the belief
that the murderers are uot and niav never
have been r> ruient* of Chicago. Oil the con
trary there is some reason to suppose that
his slayers crossed the water Irom England
with designs on lus life, and that, as soon a*
they completed their work they made their
escape. It will be renumbered that oue T. J.
Kirbv. a native of Canada.came to Chicago last
year from Loudon. England.on a secret mission
for the Loudon Tom*. Kirby knew Cronm
when he lived at St. Catherines. Out.; when ho
came to Chicago be renewed his acquaintance
with the doctor. It is kno .n that the two met
frequently in Chicago when Kirbv was doing
spy work for the Loudon Tuttr*. The connec
tion is suggestive to say the least. When the
British spy Lecarou was on the witness stand iu
the I'arnell case- In refused to give the names
of his American accomplices on the grouudtliat
it would be as much as their lives were worth
to be known. Lecarou was ordered bv thu
bench, however, to furnish the name or iiaiuei
privately to the prosecuting council, which ha
did. Might it not be that a detachment of tho /
baud that followed Carey to his death followed f
Cronin to his cruel fate? I
STUPIDITY IK NOTHING WORSE.
Further investigation iuto the hiring of the
white horse by Detective Coughliu oulv adda
to the evidence of tho stupidity if nothing
worse with which the case has been handled bjr
some of the police officials.
Capt. Schaack. under whose orders Detective
Coughlin acts, says that when the livery stable
keeper told him the story be at once
called Coughlin to account: that Coughlin
told hiui that he had hired the
rig for a friend of his w ho lived in Northern
Michigan, near where Coughlin'* people live
aud who had come to Chicago to see the sights.
CAPT. Ill HAACK SAYS
that he then directed Detective* Coughlin and
Whalen to go out and fiud this man; that thee
went out and soon afterward reported thai
they had found him aud that he had given n
satisfactory account m himself.
The captain admits that he accepted tin*
statement as sufficient and dnl not require that
the man be brought before liiiu.
Captain Schaack goes on to sav that he
took the white horse aud drove to Conkling's
house under conditions similar to those- under
which Dr. Cronin was decoyed awav. and that
Mrs. Conkling said it was not the same animal.
MRS. COSKLIXO CONTRADICTS THIS STATEMENT,
and ?av* that she told Capt. Schaack that it
resembled the animal behind which Dr. Cr<^
nin drove away, but that it appeared to be used
up from hard driving.
Mr. Dman. the livery stable keeper, say* that
the horse was driven verv hard that night, aud
has not recovered from tbe e ffects of it since
then. Dinan then further says Coughlin
told him that he had walked his shoe*
off in the search for his Michigan friend, but
had been unable to find him. This directly
contradicts the statement attributed to htm by
Capt. Schaack.
Detective Coughlin de-clines to make a?y
statement about the matte r.
To Enforce the Sunday Law In Cincin
nati.
Chicago, May 25.?A dispatch from Cincin
nati says the police commissioner* yesterday
issued an order to police lieutenant* to arrest
all violator* of the Sunday law to-morrow.
They were also instructed to stop Sunday base
ball. There i* much excitement among siwloon
keepers. who are at a loss what to do. The
Cincinnati base ball club ha* two garnae
scheduled for Sunday.
California's Episcopal Convention.
Sab Fra*cisco, May 25.? At yesterday's s?
sion of the Episcopal convention for California
it was formally decided to divide the state,
which ha* heretofore formed one diooese. into
two dioceses. One will comprise the northern
portion of the state and the other the southern
portion.

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