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WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1889. TWO CENTS. the evening star pfBUIfHCD DAILY, Einpt Sn4aj, at thb star buildings, f orthvMt Cotmt PraaijlTaaia Avt. tad lltk Su by The Evening Star Newspaper Company, b. u. lAi rmss, /vr* t BonUl. uoe JW, . si a iuouuw. ??>? [Catered at the Poet Office Washingtnn. D. 0, as 11 ill rl?i? mail matter I In (iuit Rtti-iraMl?M "? Friday?Si ? |?r. poMMt prepaid ni month*. SO ceota. CVA11 mail suberiptlous mnst 1? paid In idniMi ?e i?per ant louver than U pud for. Kataaof uliwlMM mads known op application. SPECTAL NOTICES. OLD rRIENDH AHE THE BEST. To-morrow'? issue of THE SUNDAY HERALD. If? 12 ef the 11'?* Telegraphic a~d local Newa. Tba faror gi Sunday morning new*pai*r at the National Capi ta Clean, bcneat and rebable. established 1800. Can ba had of the New*boy* and at all Newstand*. 1 i^^^ Aii VlKE?~ATTA( HED TO PREMISES BT *"^l(K)Oaud lOtrJ E st. n. w.. moat I* removed rSar ,rt8&si tnkiz&r'* y 14-3t OSCEOLA W ATER CO, LIMITED. CAPITAL STOCK. ?100,000. At a meeting of th* rorrorator* the Water Company, Limited, held the lJTH DA i u* JUNE. 1SSH. In fhe Ounton law Building. 4i - Lou isiana avenue, the following officer* were eiectea. FRANK HI'ME. president. FRANK L. HOOD, Tice-president JAMES L BARBOUR, treasurer. JAMES B. LUPTON, secretary. BOABDOr directors: Frank Hume. James L Bar>* ur. N. H. Miller, Am Biiu Behrend. Frank L Hood, Jmuiea Lan?burgh, and C^i??l?iyl?is been organized by the above well known la.-u of this city, after the ""M thoir ough investigation as to the merits and chararu rlHJ1' of this w. .ulert ul water for all Uric mid pid liver, and malaria in its many forms, and will oe Plated in the hands of the trade unim diatel). The water will only lie sold in bottles beariwp the company's caution cork label. Beware of any te?'er offering Osceola Water in any other form, jett-.n ^Tt:KA.NL. P ARRIS k CO. BANKERS, Ebbitt Hovsr, Buy an. i sell on CommiMlon PNEUMATIC Ul N-CAliRlAoE AND POWER CO. >14 M? STUCK. ^ ? PERSONS WANTING ARTIFICIAL ?kj*T^ stone or gran nil tic walk*, cellars slid >?*; meiita laid with i'ortland cement, old concrete re?ur laced and made as goi~i as new, will ttud it to their ad vantage to call or address B. nioRDAN, 6 db rosette HAS REMOVED HIS J3^offi"' *n<1 r* si'teuce to 140 14th?t. u w. Office nours from W a.m. to 9 p.m. JelJ w H B. HM1TH. ARTIST. Cos. ?>U? ?t. snd Ma-s aTe.. 5Pr?ntll M p.m. The largest. best eq.upr*d. and only m IDioln Washington wher* <s ^ek i v .>r nu>nt h ly paymet.li are taken on FKEE-HAND CKAYON POlt TKAll S. Work delivered at once. Prices $10 to *..?? according to size. jell-ot T 1?K. CLARA BI.ISS HINDS ?^_*r~Ma? remove! her "nice and residence to 1331 N street n._w? . ,, Office hours S to 11 a. m. and 4 to o p.m. jelO--Tw rn- ? til ". B. vs Il?IN, REAL ESTATE !?*, Br< kcr, formerly of 141S F ?t, js now lr-'i V St. K1NOSLEV BROS.' CREAMERY CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILK DEPOT, WS9 and 031 D at. n. w. Tbe best milk and cream that can b > produced can always b* u>>tained from uur wagons. Send order* by nialL teiei-iione or by our wagons. , fre?n. pure buttermilk taa great medicinal proper- , tlett A* Our Uairy Limch-Rooiu i? open day and nijrht, where i >ou emu eat and drink the best uiider the ?Qelter ol j OC'Ik'wholesale BUTTER HOl'SE. !?-T arul fJ9 L? uisiai.a aTe .is aiwa)s sui plied with a full Btock, wuere dealers are inviteiL .... . . .. ._ . . our wig> ns do not retail butter, but the pnucipal dealers ail sell our gooOa. mh-3-.ini jfc- _ V~1HI NATIONAL SAFE DEPOSIT CO.. ?*. corner lath st. and New lorkave. Silverware and ail vaiuaoliw received on deposit. ^ Storage all strove lug'.-? ater mark. w THE EXTENSIVE SHIRT BI SINESS M?/3r^ol tne late J ? Amer lias iieen purchased bv P T Hall, who will continue the -aim at old stand. Kl ilUilt l.*.. till July 1. alter that at HUH *"st. n. w.. where former patrou* will be cordially welcomed aiiti order* faithiully executed. .. . p. T HALL, Shirt Maker, mis-3m 5Sil 11th st. u.w. and !>0b t St. n.w. , P. c. r AH F Y. OENERAL CONTRACTOR Walks. Cellars, and stable i ioors Laid with \si halt or Portland Cement. my l?i-3m K?jiu 10H. Lanman Building^ EQUITABLE CO-operative BUILDING ASSOCIATION. "EQUITABLE BUILDING," 1003 V ST. ASSETS 61,044,781.37. Hubacriftions for shares in the 17th issne received ^..iy ?t the office of the Association. Equitable Build ing, 10U3 f st. Shares are tS.50 per month. $1.<K)0 advanced oil each share. Pamphlets explaining the objects and advantage of the Association are furniahed ui>oii application. OAce hours, from 9 a. m. to 4 .iU) p. m. On the first Wednesday in each month the office will be open from 6 to 8 o'clock p. in. Advances will be made promptly at 7 o'clock. THOl&AS SOMEKVILLE, Pre?*t JNO. JOY EDSON, Sec'y. mj3l CLOSING OUT SALE ^S^TE mantels, GBATES AND SI MMER PIECES. Contractor* and those building bouses that require these good* can nave a.*, per cent in buy nig now Goods must be sold at once as the other branch of my business requires my whole attention. J. p. MANNING, Je8-lm 1320 Pa. ave. n.w. MR GEBOME DESIO HAS REMOVED ?vJST^bis Jewelr> R"?.ms to the ground ttoi-r of his old stand lV^li Penn. ave.-where tor !?0 days goo.Is afll Le sold at a discount of -O 1 er cent, my lQ- liu NEW STORK. NEW GOODS. WOOD MANTELS. SLATE mantels. TILES AND GRATES. ),1-W 490 LOUISIANA AVE FRESH HAVANA AND KEY WEST MEUARS. CHAMPAl.Nt WINES, All the leading brands, at New York price* ^EMBl.okK PURE RYE WHISKY. THOUAb kl'SSELL. Importer Wine*. Brandie- and Segar* 05 1213 Pennsylvania avenue. "Why Not? If a hundred of our client* were asked their reason for placing the collecting of their rents in our charge many of them would give the same reason?many of thetn wouldn't. What a bitty manoonsiders most is fiiae. How much time do you loae in going after your rent* and getting than? You loae Just a* much when you go and don^ get What la that tune worth to you? We can ?ave It for you. You own property lor the money it will produce in rent or increase. Sometime* you don't get the rent. A .a many of our patrons why they leave their prop erty in our charge. They will tell you we *ave them annoyance and wvrey of looking after their collections, II?v r?i*ir* and taxes, their insurance and other do tails. We will save you that annoyance and worry if you will let us. and for a wy mode ratr charge. Try us. Maybe you will ba out of the city for the summer. If so, trg as for this summer. Why not.* & H. WARNER * CO.. Warner Building, XM 2.1^-3* #1# * ??*. X OMLINSON'S Green Ointment. The beat thing ever known for Carbunclea, Boils, Valuta, erysipelas, oran dated Eyelids, and all Skin Lruptidfia. Bona, Btirna. and t uts. HeadviBarters. 1424 Few YorKaee.. ?y91-STt*l? nwulk Elevatoe Macbin *fO?WBERG * MURRAY. wain fIKK MACHINE CO. Boiler* UKMftX K. WOWiaiMCTUK. ENGINE CO. OU NATIONAL HOT WATKK HEATING CO. I We always have oa hand a lane stock of BolLkRM. ENGINES. PUMPS- EUlVATORSL LAUNCHES, AND SMALL MACHINERY. 1001. IMA 1004 *ev*?tk ?t aw Washington. D. 01 I No. 1031-3. my a- -** SPECIAL NOTICES. , BEV. UK. CIIESTEH WILL PBEACH . ? to-morro? moruimr at 11 o'clock in the Now York-iTeDM Itvsbykrlao church. 1* CKXTBAL VVlo* MI88ION. WW PA. *Vi\~T<?nitfht. balcony coutert, t 30; re b??araal of new Gospel non*a, 7 45, Jwl bj Bru. iiav?U. Kev. 8. W Haddaway. pastor ol Mt. Vernon M. L. church south, will speak *t 8 16. Go*i*l services daily. l'J m., 7:45 p.m.; BundavK 3 and i 4.>l?.m. Branch mission meetlnifH as usual (ace Bulletin). Oot* iv 1 wuyon, Sunday, 4J and xtb s.*.. 3:110; Bia^den'i alley, 5: Market space, ti. The sinful and sorrowing eR(<?cially invited. PMALEY CHAPEL, BEV. JAMES P. Wright, pastor?Sunday school. 9:30 a.m.; i reachi njr by the pastor 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.; Band of Hope, 3 .30 p.n?. ; Society of Chiiatian Endeavor, * :lu p.m.; prayer me?*timr, Thursday S p.in. Seats iree at all services. Stranger? welcome. It ? TiScOLN MEMORIAL CONGREOA- j TlUNAJ.cni'Kl H,tor. 11th ai*d li sis. n.w. I I lie faster, Uev. 4i. W. Moore. will preach at 11 a. m., j and h p. m., prior to his tfoing; to th?- London Sunday- j school convention. The pulpit will be supplied in his i abs*Mi?e, uiornintf and evening, by brethren in tne ministry. A cordial welcome to all. It* j j^^C^TEMPEKANCi: TLNT, HHODE ISLAND ; ?<^Sfave and 9th st .-Sunday afternoon 3 30 | o'clock, children's ineetiusr, -drs. JJ o<>d- Dirt. 8upt. , Band of Hope, in chartfe. Niflit, Dr. C. N. * niting and ( others will address the weetinff. Monday liight under ! auspices of Sons ol Jonadab. 1* j GOOD lEMPLAHS' HALL. 4H AND PA. ave.?4>rand tem^-ranc*? meeUlif Sunday ? nurht, under auspice* of perseverance Lougo, N! Uood speaking, KWl speaking. ? W.~C. T. U. MASS MEETING, 19TH BOS> Street Baptist church. coc, lUth and I sts. II w , lO-Mi >KUO? (bCXWl AITEKNOON) at 4 o'cioct. Mrs. La Eetra will preside. Addiessus by Mr. 0 F Oreen and Mrs. L. Phillips. Public cordially | Invited. ?* ^ THEOSOPHY. - COBBECT INFOBS1A turn a* to w bat It Is and is not, will be given in Uw discourses of tbe Geueral Secretaries "/'be American and English sections ot the T. S., Mr. Wui. Ij. Jndft, ul New York, anil Mr. Archibald Keightly, 01 Loudon, England, Sunday Evening, 1 'itli instant, at 8 o'clock p.m., in Grand Army Hall, 1412 1'a. ave. Chairman, Mr. Autliouy luggina. 1" i*- SPECIAL NOTICE? All members of L. A. 238!) are requested to attend tb* regular meeting, SUNDAY, JENE lt>. iiusmess ol importance to each member. By order J( ill N UECKfcii, Kec. Secretary. 1* ^ the Inmates or queen maby ?N^SHou?:liold 11 liutb No. ??, of tbe G. C. o. of i> i-., will meet in tbe basement of Culou Wesley cburcb. V3d at. u.w.. "li sLMjAY, June 10. at 7 o'clock i>. m , preparatory to bavintf their winual ?er iu->u rrt-acbed. lliinitea of tfood standing ill alater household* are fratei ually Invited. . ? _ _ MAilHAE. buKEMAN, M. N. 0. It* Lf NAVAL LOIX1E. No. 4, *'. A. A. M - ^**. A ?i*t lal conmiuuicatiou 01 NAVAL Li 'Uot, No. 4, will lie held at S p.m. THIS EN EN1NG, to make arrangements for ili? funeral of our late Bro. John H. Stncahart. By ortler ol tbe \\ M. It* GEO. Sl HULTZ, Sec. NAVAL LODGE, NO. 4. F. A. A. M. a.'*, B t tbrcu ot Navai LoiWe, No. 4, will uiu?t at tneir nail, oil suu<lay, Jiuie lt>, at X :30 p. Iii.jtO at t. nd the lum ralol our late bfotlicr, JuIlN H.STBlCii- i 11AK l. lireiureu cf sister lodges are lratenial.y In- | vited. By order of the W .M. >tu. sCHt'LTit, 8>ec. 5a WASH. NAVAL CHAPTEB, No. O.rt. A. SI. A special convocation ol WAsH. NA>AL n. a. clIAfTEK, No. e, will Ic held at 8 p.m. THIS EVENING to make arraiuremeutti tor the tuueral of our late Companion John H. StrickUart. By order of the SI. E. H. P. llt'J _OLW. sCHULTZ, Sec. _ wash naval chapteb. No. e, b. a M?The compauiona ot VNASU. NAVAL l U.Vi'TEIi will meet at Naval l.odire hall, at 'Z p.m., sl NIJAi, liitb instant, to attend tbe funeral of our late Companion John H. Stnckhart. Companions of B.st.-r ? nuptoi-a are fraternally Invited By order of m. i, ii. p. [it*] OEO. 8CHCLT2. Sac. , ATTENTION, "SONS OF JONABAB."? Tbe tent ineetiutf !tth and Bhode Island ave., ?dONl'AY NiGfll', the l?tb. w'id be under the aiiatu ccs ?l the above order. Tbe beat speakers in tbe order will address tbe audience. It* A. S. DENT, SoTereign Chief. i*- UNION FBAYER >Eli VICES FOB PESN- I 8^_f!r-^aylvaui? voters TUESDAY. June 18, iroin lO oO a.xu. to p.m., at Y. M. C. A. Booms, 140U New York ave. Leaaers, Bov. Drs. Elliott audWyn- | koop. Mi's lauville. Sirs. Cohen. Airs. Catlin, Mr. J. E. Putrli and others. Meeting under auspices of theW. C. T. U. and Y. M. C. A. Public cordially invited. It ^ THE WOMAN'S^ CUnWXIAN TEMPER- I W. ~ ance Union will unite with the Y. SI. C. A. in union prayer services TUESDAY', June 18, from I0:au a.m. to3 30 p.m., at Y. SI. C. A. rooms, special ptaj er ior Pennsylvania voters on prohibitory amend ment. Ministers and friends invited to participate. All lovers ol home invited. 1*^ ,CA KDS ~ABE OUT FOB THE SILVEB _ wedding celebration on MEDNESl>Al" even intf, June l'J, 1889. from 0 to 12 p.m., of Mr. and Mrs. FKED llOSii, and those of tbeir friend* who w re overlooked in the distribution of invitations are cordially invited to be present. Jelo-3t* THE CLEBUYMEM OF WASHINGTON Iv**. who have found their religious teacliinKs in etle? tual in dealinjr with social evils and with poverty, i would do well to study Up Henry George's plan. Bead "ITotrreaa and Poverty." 1'* THE EVENING FETE AT No. 1315 I Island ave. by the youii# ladie* vf Asc ension Cliun h, postponed last evening on account of the rain, will take place This Even in if without fail. 1* | ^ " NOTICE?MKS ELIZA BABEEii HEBE S *. by notlbes tUeftiend* ol Georife SI. Barker, deceased, that she will continue the SAhH, BLIND, DOOB and BC1LDINO MA 1 EB1AL buuness of her late hu?b*nd at Nos. 04? and B51 New York ave. U.W., under tne name and style of Geoiye U. Barker. Mr William X. Tullock will have charge and inan ELIZA BABKEB. - SIESSB3. B. H. McCAUELY S CO.. i a. ~T*^Pronr^. of the Tallo-Ho Stable*, will lurnlsh the huek Enon Spruitfs Livery tblr summer with their finest stock and fancy equipages. "T" Carts. Do(f Carts, Buckboards, Ac., and will give ridintf lessons on horse- | back. See itoek Luou adverUnement. jel.i-lw ^"TiN ACCOUNT OF THE BAD WtATHtB ] JS^ST^the ?Industrial Ekbibit" will be open at the inner School Building, l VtU. between P and y sts., Monday, June 17. from 4 to it f> in. It.' HOT WEATHEB IS COMING. EXAMINE OAS STOVES. C. A. MUDDIMAN, 1200 F ST. THET ABE OCABANTEED. ap20-3m rm- OUB MODE OF CONDUCTING BLSI nesN i* of ifreat advantage to men who hud r. < onventoat to purchase tbeir clothiug on Saturday night. [my7-3mj OEOIIGE SPKANSY, 4.14 7th at. ?. KOT1CI ~To contbacting BBICK- I a. layers. One who will lay 315,000 and take hotise in part payment, address BBICK. Star office. 2^ ^ Tilt. 1'OLLOWl'SG~PEBS0NS AKE EM- I ployers of uuiou butcliers and are rnoui i... liiled to the paffJtiage of all friend* of organized labor. . C. G. Plluger. L G. BoU-h A. Loeffler. A. Bup)?rt k Sona. F. Sell ert. 3 H. Kupi-ert. Tony huppert. hantiis Auth. P. Augusteffer. J- Scbader. 3el5-*,t4w 3a. THE annual election OF NINE I * Tru?kn ot the Oerman American Fire In Hiirauce company of the District of i^oluuibia will be held at the office of tbe company. No. 511 7tb at. u.w., on Thursday, June 20, 1S89. Polls will be open from 11 a. lu to3 p. ni. H. H. BEBoMANN, Sec ?. niy'J.">Jel, E>,19 1^- ?THE BOOK FOR SUBSCRIPT I' N' TO THE A Capital Stock of the projiosed National liana, to Is* located in Eaat Washington, Will be opi.n from IL NE 12 to 18, 1SS?. inclusive, at the furniture store of John ti. slater. No. 312 l a. ave. *.e. Sub scription* will be received by the other member* of the committee: J..UU I. Herrell. Pa. ave s.o. Jamoa W. Wnelpley. HOO Eaat Capitol ?t. n.e. Oeorge 1. l'J les, Anacv?tla. Henry C. MeCaulry,220 Bst. s.e.,cr 121711th St.*.*. Samuel H Walker. 458 1*. ave. n.w. Alien C. Clark, 005 F st. B.W., or 117 7th st. n.e. Jell-St ?FLANNEL SHIRTS. The New York Tribune some time aloe* sug gested to those who were fearful of the shrink ing of summer flannels to wear tbe armor of the ancient* and a tin collar. Though this la thoughtful, we much prefer you ahould wear the flannels, since we do not deal in old relics of tin neck bands. We have straight from tbe bast makers all of tbe niceties in this line of summer outmg good*. B. F. WOODARD ft CO IMPORTERS SIEN'S FURNISHINGS. jell 15thand Fata.n.w. ^ ADMIRERS OF THE AUTISTIC M. --*7"ill.istrationsin theCenrori Magazine should examine the beautiful and ao urate lUUStratloiiK in tb* Century DieUotta.). over 5,ouO in liuuiber, engraved under ine sui?rvi*ion of the Art Departaient of the Century CoM from drawings, wherever poaalble. uiad* from the objecu illustrated. 1 OoO 1 St. Jtd-lm " -"WHAT IS THE CLNTURY DICTIONARY? A Dlctionarj' of law tarnw, of hnance, ct nanerce, practical arts, and the trades. A dic tionary of art and archatvlugy, mythology, sculp ture, music, Ac. Lxquiailcly illustrated. AnEucyclo i-edla ot general information, peculiarly rich, both in historical and soleutin-, materiala and iu practical "?very -da) " reference*. 1000 F ST. tny28-lJn VIL E AND W M. BEDIM WOODWARD, Attorne) *-at-La w, 7 and 0 Gun ton Lav Building, 472 Louisiana sve. TITLES TO SEAL ESTATE Special kidice* to tb* land i*?ida. liet-orta on tltl** mad* with accuntcy, premptnea*. and at reasonable rattw. _ tay,'0-3?n WASHINGTON SAF^ DEPOSIT CO. 81? Pi. aveto*. b to rag* Pepartaieuta all abov?jTWknd. my4-4m SFSgiS&2?r~ w BRUljrr, QCK P^5T"other KdettaiySea aftar JiuJj TSas KB i5& a rrrtMr X !? "EBAEAUEB" AND SPECIAL NOTICES. li: ! ALL MO ITS' CHURCH (UNITARIAN) ~corner of Ullh and L sts n.w.?Preacmhg to-morrow morning al 11 and eveuiugai 8 o'clock by the ia?t >r, llev. ltiuh It. Shippen. Sunday school at 0 30 a.ui. ? i fc - ? north momiua chfbch. "n P^~*Tst., bet. Utb and lOtli sts. u.w. ? Kov. Chss. B Ramsrtell. j?etor. Preaching 11 am. Twilight ser vice 7 p.m. Sabbath school M JUa.ui. Strangers wel come. 1 * I 8T. JAMES CHURCH, 8TH ST.. ABOVE 1 m^ST^B U.K.. 1 itv. J. W. Clark, rector.?Services: Sunday*. Matin*. 10:110 o'clock; Holy Eucharist, 11 a. ni.; litany and catechising, 3:30 p. in.: rven-xm*. 7 :?0 o'clock; Sunday school, 3 p. m. Other days: 7 andOa m. and 7 p. ui., except Haiuts' days. Wednes days and Frli^ys, 7:30 p. in. All seats free. It - HAMLINE Ml CHl'RCH. CORNER 9TH ami 1' sts. ii.v.. Rev. H. R. Nat lor, D.D.. i>a9 tor ?Sunday school. 0:13 a. 111. Preaching b> the i<as tor. 11 a.m. and H p.m. by Rev. C H. hli harda.ui. Consecration meeting, iiiesdsy. lT?rcr meeting. Thursday eveuimrfi. S. 1'lie public cordially invited. It , "first CONOilI'.GATIONAI. CHURCH. __ cor. of 10th and G sts. n. w.?The pastor, M. M. Newman, D. D., will preu. ii at 11 a. in. upon "The crucitixtion of Christ, a revelation of hu manity." No evening preachii.tr service. Music leu by Dr Blschotl. organist Sunday Bcbool at 0:30 a.m. Vesper service at 7 P.m. *? jfr- - "E STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, NEAR PvS tith st. u.w.?The pastor, liev. I>. W.Fauuce, will pieach at 11 a. in. and at 8 p.ui. Sunday school at II:Jo a.in. Mission school on N. J. ave., near D at., at 3:30 p.m. 11 _ Of -~^ RVLAND METHODIST EP18COPAL Church, cor 10ih aud 1) s. w. Rev. Charles \v. Buldwiu, pastor.?Preaching 11 a. 111. by Rev. J. McKendre? lieilry, 1). D.iirestdlDf eMer; Sp. m. by the | astor. Sunday-school, W a. in.; Young Peoples Christian Endeavor Society, 7 p. ill. Prayer meeting riiursday night 8 p. in. It tfr-"-?? ^COND QUARTERLY MEETING OF ?I- Fourth st. M. E. church?9 a. m? Sunday School at the church and mission; 11 a.m. preaching by Rev. Mr. Browuiu* . S p.in., by the pastor. Rev. Wni. M. Fer*nsou. Wednesday evening :it 8 o'clock love feast. All are cordially invited to these services^* ?>. ^ mum M. fc CHtrBCH. t>TH AND 8] Bts. u.w., Rev. A. R. Riley, pastor-Sabbath s<hool0:30 a.m.; prtaching 11a. m. and 8 p. in. by the pastor. Young lucu's clasa 3 p.m.: Young iwople * twilight service 7 p.m. A cordial welcome to ?U. It _ -j URAC'L kiroucp CHURCH OUIB* a- 15tli St., between R. I. uve. and P sis. n.w;? Mr. George W. Richards will preach to-iuorrow at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 0:30. Strangers cordially welcome. Suata fr?e. No service in evening. It' ? ~ I. niiiT urnwT rnrnnw 13th st.. between O and H, Rev. Clias. A. Stake Ij, pastor.?Sunday school, ?:30 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 p.m. Sunday school services lfn nianuel mission, 3 :30 p. w. Vounx |wople's ineetluK, 7 :30 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend. It* FREE METHODIST HEKT1CE T0-M0R ?v'*. row ?t rooms National Christian association, ?1."> ?k'tt st. u. w. Holiness meeting 3 p. m. Preaching 8 p.m. by the pastor. Rev. C. H Sonthworth Come. It I arj^srEASTERN PRES. CULRCH, 8TB ST., 0?^ bet. F and U n.e.. Rev. lir. T. K. Noble, I>a? tor. * irdinatlou of an elder anil three deacons with scriuou appropriate to the occasion at 11 a.m. _Sun duy icliool ut ',' 30 p.ui. Christian Endeavor at 7;30; at s lecturis on "Men aud \Soiueu oi the Bible." Continued Subject: "The wisdom of Solomon Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at 8. It* THK BELIEVERS OF" THE (iOSPEL, future life only in ChriJt, and the estabLifh uk ni of tb>' iiingdom ot Ood on earth, meet in Monu mental Hail, 133 Peuiia. ave.. Between l?t aud ~'tf sll. ii.v.., Sunday alteruoon, at 3 o'clock, to c?lebrate tha Loru's death. All are invited. It* AT THE "LITTLE CHURCH AROUND I _ . Corner," tith and A sta. n.e., ygu and your irieud* will lie made welcome at all the services. Sab 11.1 Ik B.ble school,?:30 a.m.; strmohs, 11 and 8 p.m. Wednesday: Ladies' Social Union, day uQd evening. "lliursda> evening Prayer and Praise Services. Fri day evening; Voung People's Meeting. It* rn T FOUNDRY METHODIST EPISCOPAL I Church. 14th and O sts.. ltev. Oeo. Llliott, 'astor?Services to-morrow: Sunday school player, J: 15; rcgular session. i? 30. Tiie )>astor on "Prophetic Insight aud lta Reward," ll a.m., and at 8 p 111. on "Moles and lieains." Pra.xer meeting Wednesday, heatings free and nil be glad to soe you^ It* "mETBOPOUTAN" PRESBYTER I AN IKChurch. 4th and B sts. s. e. (Capitol Hill). ) Rev. John Chester, D. D., pas to iv-Preaching services to-morrow at 11a. m. by ltev. Charles U. A. Buikley, D. D.. aud at 8 p.m. by the pastor, week day evening prayor meetings? Young people's TussiUy aud con gri'gatlonal Thursday eveulug, both at 8 o'clock. lt^ CHURCH OF "OUR FATHER" (UNIVER- | salist), cor. 13th and L sts. n. w.? Rev Alex. Kent, j'astor. Preiu hmw at 11 a. m.; subject, "Uive us this Day our Dally Bread." Sunday school at 0:4~ui.m. A cordial mviution extended to all. No | evenmtniervice. It* -i, DOUGLAS MEMORIAL M. E. CHURCH, cor. H aud lltli sts. n.e., Rev. D. M. Brown ing, pastor. ?Preaching at 11a. ui. by the Rev. J. A. Price, D. D.; at 8 p. in. by the pastor. Su:iday school 0:30 a m. Young People's meeting 7y.ro. Praise meeting Thursday, at 8 p.in. It* as-JiSa WAUGH M E. CHURCH. 3D AND A STS. , ?CS n.e.?Secoud Quarterly Oiesting. Prcvulng by Rev. C. W. Baldwin at 11 a.m., aud by tb? pastor, Rev. Dr. J. A. Price, at 8 p.m. Sunday school and Mis sionary meeting, with ofleriugs, at 9:15 ?. w Uuar terly conference Mouday eveninr. Full attendance desired. LoVe feast Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Come. It* NORTH CAROLINA AVE. METHODIST | Protestant Church. N. C. ate. and B St. s.e. , A. W. Mather, pastor.?Preacbiug at 11 a.m. aud 8 p.m. Sunday School 0 a.m. 8oug Service 7:30 p.m. I Praise Meeting Friday 8 p.m. Seats free. Ail wel come. It Lf- GURLEY MEMORIAL PBESBYTEllIAN PvS church. Le Droit Park. Boundary st. near 7th st.?Services to-morrow. 11 a. in. and 8 p. m. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. William S. Miller. Sabbath school at 4 p.m.; Mid-week service. Wednes day. n p. m. Strangers always welcome. It ASSEMBLY PKESBVVkrtlAN CMUfcCH VOSt cor. 6th and I ots., u.w. ?Rev. Geo. O. Little, pastor. Suuday School at 0:30 a. m : preaching by the pastor at 11a m.; Youug people'a meeting at 0:4.">. No evening service. It 1 - ^ FOURTH PREK'." CHURCH7'"0TH"ST., I '?et. G and H u. w , Rev. Joseph T. Kelly, paSior. -Sabbath School ut 0:30 a.ui.. Preaching at 1L a.m. Youne- people's prayer meeting at 7 p.m.; Gos pel service at 8 P. in.; Thursday evening prayer meet lug at 8 p.m. Strangers are cordially welcome at all services. * It FIFTH BAPTIST^CHURCH, VERMONT ave., between y uud li sts. u.w.?Service st 11 a. ui. At 7:30 p.m. the pustor will deliver a special sermon on the sin oi murder, Ex. ^0-13. Everybody welcome. G. W. Lee, pastor. It* ? ^ CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, CORNER ft. ~ 8th and H sts. u.w., llev. Samuel H. Greene, pastor .--Sunday school. 0:30 a.m. Aiiull. Interme diate, and primary departments. Preaching 11 a.ui. aud 8 p. Ui. by tus pastor. KENDALL CHAPEL BRANCH, corner 13H ami D sts. s.w., hev. Theron Otitwater, pastor. Suuday school. 0:45a.m. Preach ing, 11 a.ui. and 8 p. m. MK^iuRlAL CHAPEL, cor ner 5th and 1' sts.U.W.?Sunday school, 3:30 p.m. To these services you are cordially iuvited. It im- --a McKENDREE M. E. CHURCH. MASSA A. chilsetts ave., liet. 0th and 10th sts. n. w. ? 11a.m., Rev. C. Herliert Richards..n-subject: "The 1? ssous of the m eut tioo<ls." 8 p.m., Lev. J. McKeu dree Rr ily. D. D. Collections during the day for the sutlerers by the flood. 7:15 p. m., young people's meeting. 0:30 u.rn., hunday sehool. It ^ "A NIGHT IN NEW YORE" IS PASTOR Edmond Hez Swem's subject Suuday night, 8 o'clock, in Secoud Baptist Church Audlloiiuin, 4th st. and Va. ave. s.e. Preaching by the pastor 11 a.ui. All seats frne. Come. Sunday school, 0:30 a.m.; young men's meeting, Sunday, 5:30 p. m.; Bible Service, *1 uesduy, 8 p.m.. prayer aud praise service, 'Ihursilay, 8 p.m. Annual excursion of the Sunday school to River View ihursday, June 27. It WESTERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, H at., Ujtweeu llilh aud ~Uth sts., ltev. T. 8. y uaoop,numster.? Morning service 11 s. m.: "The Presby teriau Church and the Revision of the Couics siou oi lajtb." t nnstian Endeasor Society 7 p. m. Eveulug serviee at S: "Piety al Home." 11 , IB'ON MKTHODJST EP1SCOLPAL Church, 20th st., near Pa. ave?Sunday scuool, 0:30 a.m.; Preaching at 11 a.in. a:id 8 om., by tne iiasior, Uev. Wui. 11. Chai'iiian. Baud of Hope I temperance i meeting at 4 p.m. C'll Ai.K 1ALK Prayer service Wednesday evening. All welcome. It* j-- - ^ MOUNT VERNON PLACE M.E.CHURCH South, corner oi 0th aud K sta. u.w.. Rev. S. vi liaddavtai, pasuir?Pleaching at 11 a. in. and 8 P m Sunday school at O .io a. m. Preaching at Blake Hall, 7th st., between B and C sts. s. tr., at II a. lu. and 8 p. m. by Rsv. Harry Febrey. The pubUc cordially luvitea. It* -TflRST METH. PROTES I" ANT CHURCH, . 500 Virginia ave. s.e.. iUiv. J E. Nicholson, , as;or.?11 a.m., i reaching by Rev. F. A. Stier; 8 p. in , ny Rev. Mr. Sattell. Sunday school, 0.15 a.m. Praise service. 7;i J p. m. Ail welcome. It* ??- TABERNACLE, OTH AND B STS. H. W.. Rev. W m. C. Scotteld, (wstor.-lTeaching at 11 a ill. by the Rev. G. V% . 1. \N right, D. D.; subject: "Ooou news Iroin a far country." At 8 p. m. the Hinatian i.ndeavor Society. Su.alay School at 0:30 Prayer service Thurauay evening at 8 o'clock. 1 ^ST. MARK'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.?KJ 5^^?7"^tomac Hall, corner 11th aud D s.w. He/ii ar aerv ices. Preaching Sunday,8 P.m.; Suuday School, Sunday. 3 p. m.; Lecture and Devotional Services, Weouesday, 8 p.m. Rev. VS. H. Gotwald, the pastor, wtll preach Sunday evening, al which time the new chi .reb council wlU be installed. All cordially invited to attend. 1** METROPOLITAN M. E. CHURCH, COR. and C sU.. Dr. G. H. <\.rey will preach at 11 a. m. aud 8 p. tu. Morning subject, "/'food uit'i >1is,or the Lessona of Calamity." Sabbath School, 0 30 a. m. Young People's service, 0:^0 p. m. fhe Gar<Ien Party will be repeated on Tuesday eve st the lecture room. It a- CHURCH OP THE COVENANT (PRE8 Bci bytenanConue. ticut ave. and N and 18th JuTuw. services st 11am. and 8 p.m. Preaching b> the pastor, Rev. Teunis S. Hamlin. D. D. Sunday school at 0:30 a-m. Young people's meeting at 7 p.m. It VERMONT AVENUE CHRISTIAN Church, P. D. Power, pastor, will preach at 11 a. ui. aud 8 p. m. Sunday school 0:30. Young 1*01 le's meeting 7 p. in. Mission Sunday school 3:30. Odd PelloWs'h?3l. 8th stjxe. It : C ~af7~PAUL'? ENGLISH LUTBEEAN church, corner 11th and H sts. B.V., 8. DomeT Pastor.?Serview to-morrow umrtilrg and eviking ^11 ai^Te'elook. bond?y school at 6:30. Ali cordially invited. It* PEC1AJL. -THERE WTLL Vt E#^|SH tha German Lui' w&s: Proit of Godliness." Young msn and i cordially and earnestly Invited. Good talk of the strangers are > lining lis Ma 1000 ( street, to morrow. ?:3tia.in. Preaching at 11 aju. jjt Washington News and Gossip. MnM Ad*rrtlWB(ita. AMrfJTMFTTR V*r? 12 ATTORNEYS. paim U AUCTION SALES Pun (laiul ? ARCHITECTS _ -Pace 7 BOARDING Pw? 3 BOOKS AND STATIONERY Pa?? 9 Business chances Pvr ?> BICYCLES rays ? CITY ITEMS. Pm 12 COUNTRY BOARD Pa** 3 COUNTRY REAL ESTATE 1'wre 3 DEATHS Paire r, DENTISTRY Pau-e 9 EDUCATIONAL. Paw 7 EXCURSIONS Paire 8 FAMILY SUPPLIES Ilk-* 9 FINANCIAL* l'mte 9 FOR RENT (Rooms) . 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Page 3 WOO!> AND COAL Pa#e tf Government Receipts To-Dat.?Internal revenue, $367,317;customs, *038,829. To-day's Bond Offebinos aggregated $ SO.650, as follows: Registered 4h. *050 at 129, *1,000 at 129, ex-int.; registered 4ks. *50,000 at 106>:, 09,500 at ditto, *20,000 at ditto. The Burn ed-out Seattle Hanks.?The con troller of the currency has received a telegram from the cashier of the I'uget Sound National bank, Seattle, W. T.. saying: "Loss to banks by fire nominal. All vaults stood the test well. Ranks are now doing business in temporary quarters." Tmc U. 8. 8. Constellation, with naval cadets aboard for the summer cruise, left the naval academy yesterday afternoon, and is anchored in Annapolis roads. Army Orders.?First Lieut. Thos. C. Wood bury, sixteenth infantry, has boen relieved from recruiting duty and ordered to report at the headquarters of his regiment August 1, in or der that he may be appointed regimental quar termaster. Capt. A. r. Variiey, ordnance de partment, has been relieved from duty at Rock Island arsenal, 111., and ordered to Watertowu Arsenal. Capt. Ira MacNutt, ordnance depart ment, from duty at Watortown arsenal,ordered to Watervliet arsenal, N. Y. Capt. Frank Raker, ordnance department, from Frank ford arsenal, Philadelphia, and ordered to Rock Island ar senal. Posthastes-General Wanamaker went to Philadelphia after the cabinet meeting yester day. He will Spend to-day in New York, assist ing the post-office investigating commission. He will probably return to Washington Mon day. Accused o* Killino a Consul.?The State department has received a telegram stating that Captain Du Verge, a former Raltimorean, who shot and killed Consul Stanwood at Andakabe, on the Island of Mada gascar, u now a prisoner on board the Swatara, and. together with all the witnesses of the affair, la being taken to Tama tave, Madagascar. Mr. John P. Campbell is consul at Tamatave, and Captain Du Verge will probably bo tried before him. The department is not entirely convinced that Consul Campbell has jurisdiction. The Followino Promotions have been made in the office of the second assistant postmaster general: J. H. Reeve, of New York, from *1,600 to $1,800: E. P. Rhoderick, of Illinois, from $1,400 to *1,600; J. M. Stone, of Illinois, from *1,200 to $1,400; Miss Mary 11. Dunn, of Indiana, transferred from the dead letter office and promoted from *1.000 to $1,200. Virginia and Maryland Postmasters.?The following fourth-class postmasters have been appointed in Virginia and Maryland: E. M. Rohrer. Churchville. Augusta county. Va.; Mrs. M. L. Bishop. Flovd C. II., Floyd eountv, Va.; Wm. Jenkins, Madison C. H., Madison county, Va.; Mary H. Taylor. Negro Foot. Ilunover county, Va.; Asbury Redfern, Strasburgh, Shenandoah county, Va.; J. F. Leduum, Reth Itiieui. Caroline county. Mil; W. H. Reall, Libertytown, Frederick*county, Md. Five or the Gano Arrested.?Secret Serv ice Agent Carter has wired Chief Bell that he arrested at Shelbyvllle, Ind.# yesterday, Mort Howell, an old time shover of counterfeit money, who was held in the sum of $5,000 for United States grand Jury. Howell is one of the gang connected with Lon Barrett, who was arrested a few days ago at Terre Haute, Ind., for flooding Chicago, St. Louis, and other large cities with counterfeit *10 United States Treas ury notes. This is the tilth arrest of this gang. Personal.?Benj. Hilton of New Jersey, G. 8. Coe. G. Foster, H. C. Jones, and John Lock urn of New York, L. Davis of Columbus, Ohio, J. Watterson of Philadelphia, A. A. Gage and O. M. Gage of New Jersey, C. H. Austin of Pennsylvania, J. Arbuckle of Texas. Charles Field. M. Wardell, and E. Stuart of Maine are at Willard's. John Hurhaus. H. T. Chandler, H. M. Craul, L. S. Sorley. and J. M. Watson of New York, J. H. Dunn, and F. 8. Osborn of Philadelphia, C. W. Penper of Ohio. S. B. Bar ker of New Jersey, M. lliitler of St. Louis, and D. Hogan of Illinois are at the Ebbitt. J. Clark of Kentucky, W. Moore and Z. Taylor of Philadelphia. J. Jenkins of Tennessee", J. D. Bilker of Illinois, A. W. Hur of Ohio, and H. Ileal! of Philadelphia are at the Riggs. B. H. Davis of New York. F. Hoshi of Japan, and George Smith of San Francisco are at the Ar lington. James Owens, R. Swartz, and Miss Swartz of Cincinnati are at the Amo. D. K. Floyd Jones and G. Stanton Floyd Jones of South Oyster Bay, Loug Island, are at Wormley's. M. H. Andrajrs of Georgia and J. W. l'ettitt of Philadelphia are at Chamber lin's. T. H. Shultze, J. Boshford and Y. Mil lies of New York, G. Miles of Canada, and H. White of Richmond are at Welcker's. G. W. Hill of EastSaginaw, Mich., Wm. A. Thomson of Portland. Ore., John H. Stevens of Hlllman, Mich., and Thomas D. Diaz and wife of Alle gheny, Pa., are at the St. James Interior Department Changes. Tho following official changes have been in the Department of the Interior: Patent office?Transfer to pension office: Mrs. Liazle P. Sawyers, of Virginia, copyist; $900. Pension office?Appointment: Miss Ada Tan Mr, of New York, oon&dential clerk to the com missioner; $1,800 Promotion: Miss Xarv a Mitchell, of District (^Columbia, copyist; $900 to clerk, $1,000. Resignations: Arttror C. Par sons, of New Jersey, and Koltf Van Brant, of Hew York, clerks; $1,400. _ General land office-Appointments: J. C. Yntsr, of Nebraska, special agent, $1,500; Rrffct. E. Johnston, of Ohio, swamp land agent, $1,400. * Office of Indian affairs ? Transfer: Mrs. Lotta 8. Kimball, of New Hampshire, copyist, M00, to pension office, and promoted to $1,000. Geological survey?Promotion: Grove K. vtw' 8*0l0*i"4' ?4,o#o? *? PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENTS. Flwe Consuls-General and Two Consuls On the List To-day. The President, to-day, made the following appointment*. Wakefield O. Frye, of Maine, to be consul general of the United State* at Joseph A. Leonard, of Minnesota, to be ooo sul-general of the United States at Sfca^hal Zachary T. Sweeny, of Indiana, to be consol general of the United States at Constantinople. Oliver H. Dockery, of North Carolina, to be consul-general of the United States at Rio de Janeiro. Oliver H. Simons, of Colorado, to be consul general of the United States at 8t. Petersburg. George W. Roosevelt, of Pennsylvania, to be consul of the United States st Brussels. Levi W. Browu, of Ohio, to be consul of the United States at Glasgow. Wakefield G. Frye. appointed United States consul-general at Halifax, lives at Belfast. Me. I He is not a relative of Senator Frye. He has served in the state legislature as senator, and was consul-general at Halifax under Arthur. He is a gentleman of local prominence, politi cally and socially. Joseph A. Leonard, consul-general at Shang hai, editor of the Rochester, Minn.. Pott. He is a man of forty-five years, served through the war. was in the state legislature and has had a number of year's experience in the consular service. Zachary T. Sweeney, consul-general at Con stantinople, is a distinguished minister of the Christian church in Indiana, is an author of distinction and chancellor of the Butler univer sity. Oliver H. Dockery, consul-general at Rio de Janeiro, is one of the leading republican poli ticians of North Carolina. He served several terms in the House of Representatives daring the reconstruction period, and has been sev eral times the republican candidate for gover nor of North Carolina. Oliver H. Himons, of Leadville, made con sul-general at 8t. Petersburg, was unanimously indorsed for that position by the legislature and congressional delegation, besides state committees of Colorado. He is a doctor of | medicine and served through the nar in the Federal army. I Judge Levi W. Brown, consul at Glasgow, | whs chairman of tho republican state executive | committee of Ohio, and has been a member of tho state legislature. I George W. Hoosevelt, of Pennsylvania, con sul at BrusMcls. is now consul at Bordeaux. It | is generally understood that he is transferred at his own request, his relations with the I Jei? K?v?rnment being strained on account of his fearless exposure of adulteration of ex I P?j**?from the port where he was stationed. ! John 8. McRim, of Delaware, has been ap j pointed commercial agent at Nottingham. A TRIP TO SALT WATER Departure of the President and Sec retaries BluLne and Windoin. The President. Secretary Blaine and Secre tary Windom started this morniug for a trip down the river on Mr. Wauamaker's yacht, '?Restless." The party met at ths White House shortly after 10 o'clock, leaving there in the President's carriage at half-past 10. A little knot of people were assembled on the White House portico to gee them off. A few minutes' later they were on the yacht steaming down the Potomac, with a cool breeze across the bow. They will probably land in the vicinity of St. Mary's, and will start for home Monday, arriving here in the evening. For three days the President will enioy abso lute freedom from the pleadings of office-seek ers. Before leaving the White House he an nounced the consular appointments men tioned elsewhere, which will make several gen tlemen happy. THE CHIPPEWA OUTBREAK. A Dispatch from Gen. Ruger?Whisky at the Bottom of the Trouble. The following telegram from Chicago (which, in the absence of Major General Crook, was signed by R. Williams, assistant adjutant general) was received at the War de partment this morning respecting the reported Chippewa Indian outbreak in Minnesota: Chicago, June 14. To the Adjutant-General: Following telegram received: "In conse quence of a telegram dated yesterday, sent from Mora station, about 25 miles from Millach reservation, to Gen. Merriam, that Chippewas there had night before begun killing and driv ing out settlers, had killed and wounded six, I sent last night three companies of the third infantry from Fort Snelling to repress any trouble. Capt. Stouch reports this morning froin Mora that the report there was that one man had been shot, but the circumstances were not then known; the original report was probably an exaggeration. The actual facts and conditions will be ascertained by Capt. Stouch. [Signed] Rcora, General Commanding." At the War department it is said that there is no fear of a general outbreak of the Indians, that the present difficulty appears to be of a personal nature, and that whisky is at the bot tom of the trouble. THE EXPOSITION OP 1882. Three More Boards of Trude Appoint Standing Committees. In to-day's mail were received notices of the appointment of three more standing commit tees on the great exposition to be held in this city in 18W. They are as follows: Dallas (Texas) Merchants' Exchange 0. P. Bowser, president; C. W. Harned, secretary; Henry Exall, Robert Gibson, and W. C. How ard. Burlington (Iowa) Board of Trade?Philip M. Crapo. president; A. C. Hutchinson, secre tary; L. H. Drake, H. C. Dayton, and E. H. Carpenter. Dubuque Board of Trade?A. W. Daughertv, president; E. B. Farley, secretary; G. B. Maiis THE FLOOD SUFFERERS. Contributions Through The Star for Their Relief. The following additional contributions for the relief of the Johnstown and other flood suf ferers have been received at Tint Sta* office: Heretofore acklowledged $4,234.91 8. F. M LOO Proceeds entertainment at 717 22<i st. n. w.. by Edith and Jessie Perkins. Mamio Rodier, Ida Chamberlain, Ruth Eiker, Joe Reingwall, and Al bert Tomes 18 w 8. Murray 25 _ 4,254.16 For the Chewpstke and Ohio Canal Sufferers. The following subscriptions hare been received at Tax Stab office for the benefit of the sufferers by flood on the canal: Heretofore acknowledged.... #720.11 Primary class New Yoik ave nue Sunday-school 10.00 Hill A Co 10.90 Employes L L. Bloat 1&00 ** 5.00 Journeymen Stone Cutters' As sociation ...... 85.00'' Some school children .... 84 JUua Herbert 100 ?787.96 I ."wuMa.u V Tm^aparmcATio* Boakd has just oompleted Is session and has drawn up Its report, which wW be ro,?mittedto Secretary Proctor apou his return. The board win msst again JulylJL posing of any a&TWds at pwiiat Telegrams to The Star. THE SAMOAN TREATY Englishmen Think it a Triumph for America. COLOBED OFFICIALS KILLED. Habeas Corpus Proceedings in New York To-day. THE CRONN SUSPECTS NOT FREE. Fixing Responsibility for the Ar magh Disaster. ENGLAND PRK88 COMMENTS. How the Samoan Settlement U Re garded in Great Britain. Spflottl Cable Dispatch to The Evcxnto 8ta*. London, Jane 15.?The 8am oan settlement ia favorably received in England, though the English are somewhat chagrined at playing second fiddle in the affair. The Time* say*: "The American policy was natural and neces sary. and American influence was moderately but effectually exerted." The J'aU MaU (fairttt aava: "We congratulate America very heartily upon the signal success that has attended her on the first occasion she has squared up at a first-class power and let it be distinctly understood that she meant to have her way or ahe would know the reason why. This constitutes the su preme significance of the Samoan con ference. Hitherto America has been treated as a >juantUt regliijuiUe; henceforth it will be understood that she is perfectly pre pared to spend any number of millions "in or ?*er i ima j 8<x>d her word when she considers it pledged, to vindicate her honor when she thinks it is involved, or to defend her interests wherever they may be attacked. The terms of settlement re-establish the status quo sp far as the Samoins are concerned, but practically shut out England's position. Our interests ap pear to Lave been treated as secondary and subordinate throughout." The lMidy Atvt says: "Mr. Phelps leaves to-night for New iork. and although he deuies it. it is believed that he will be appointed American ambassador at Berlin. The first point decided on is the maintenance of the abso lute autonomy of the native population to which is secured the right of choosing its king and viceroy. As it is almost certain that Malietoa Will be re-elected American and German repre sentatives will be attached to the kin/ as advisers. while an English representative will act as arbitrator in case of disagreements. The native government is to have sole control of the administration, and is to be free to intro duce protective duties. Each of three powers is to have coaling stations allotted to it and anchoring places." The Standard savs: "The United States gov ernment made its adhesion to the Samoan treatv conditional upon its ratification by the Senate. un"' a* 1cannot take place until December next, the status quo will be maintained in the islands until that time. The treaty guarantees an autonomous administration of the Samoan islands under the joint control of Oermanv and the Lmted States. Great Britain ^ting as arbitrator in the event of any difference arising. The Bamoans will, under the new treatyt elect then own king and vicerov, and Will be represented by a senate composed of the principal chiefs and a chamber elected bv the people. Samoa will have the right of levy ing duties of every description, and the treaty also stipulates that the Germans shall receive a money indemnity for their losses. For the set tlement of the land question a special court will be appointed." K wu" COLORED OFFICIALS KILLED. I Shooting Affray tn a Justice's Court In Texas. Chicago, June 15.?A dispatch from Anstin, | Texas, says: There are conflicting reports about the cause of the bloody shooting affray which occurred 18 miles southeast of this city Thurs I dav evening, in which four white men and five j negroes were killed and many others wounded. From one version it appears that in the neigh borhood where the trouble occurred a colored justice of the peace, Orange Wickes, and a col ored constable. Isaac Wilson, were recently elected. The justice had issued a warrant for one A D. Litten (white). and it was put into the hands of W ilson. Soon after the latter met Litten and informed him he had a warrant tor his arrest, and proceeded to read it. Litten remarked that it was no use to read the war rant, for he would not BE AliHWThD Bt A D D NIOQEE. Quite a crowd had gathered, and Wilson's friends advised that he place the warrant iu the hands of a white coutstable. This he did and Litten was arrested, but declared he would not he tried before a colored justice. Notwith standing his protest he was carried before Jus tice mckes, whose court was in session The room was crowded with blacks and whites. In the court room Litten was very abusive, and finally words led to blows, then to the use of six-shooters and Winchesters. Justice Wic kes and Litten were riddled with bullets and died immediately. THE COLORED CONSTABLE WAS ALSO KILLED as was a negro named BelL A spectator was filled with lead and died soon after. Honston Moore, a colored boy. was also killed by a stray K.U!Let"?. ^eMnder Solan and George Schohf, j men. were shot down and instantly killed, as was another white man whose nam'e could not be learned. The affair c reated in tense excitement in the neighborhood, and it is said that at least 100 armed men gathered on the ground ready to renew the light, but all ha* been quiet so far ns known here. Sheriff Mlute; of this city, sent a strong force to the scene of the trouble yesterday, and he antici pates no further fighting. THE ARMAGH DISASTER. Railroad Employes Arraigned for Felonious Killing. Drum.-, June 15.?At Armagh to-day four employes of the Sunday-school's excursion train, which waj wrecked near Armagh on Wednesday with such fatal results, were arraigned in court and charged with fekmious killing. The prisoners are McGrath the engineer; Parkinson, the fireman; Moore head, the guard, and Elliott, the traffic manager's clerk. The magis trate discharged Parkinson. A pas senger of the train testified that when the train was stopped on the grade Moorehead placed a stone under a wheel of the last car nage and uncoupled a number of the carriages. The detached portion immediately descended the grade at a rapid rate. The doors of all the ears were locked. The court adjourned lf^ Grath and Moorehead were ralemsd on NOT IN BRITISH EMPLOY. O* Donovan Row's Denial of Charge Agtll?t New Yoek, Jane 15.?ODanoraa an intervisw, strongly denies Oat be is In employ ef the BrlttA government, and that Cassidy is himself a British detective, and that when Jim MeDermott was got rid of Cas sidy took hie place. ' A *5,000,0001 BwmroiAM, Ala., June Ul?Harriet A. rls haw Had salt to recover posaeaaloa of MO of laadin the city of is worth probably T DECISION RESERVED. Hab*M Oorpai Procrrdlnp (? tfc? of XaroMy and MrDoaald. New Tome. June 15. -Judge Andrew*, ii Ikt court of oyer uJ terminer. k?*rd arjrnmeal* to-day upon the writs of btbrai corpus la Ut ram of Maroney and McDonald. Tbr ro?rt was crowded with ?]<ectatora. Aaatant Ite trirt Attorney Macdons read the returns to tk? writ, including the telegram from Chicago aad an affidavit tuadr thereon by Detective Xam Gene bleu. together with the subsequent tow mitmeut by the police magistrate. Counsel for Maroney proceeded to read a statement against these proceedings as ? traverse, bat the judge told him it was a de murrer. Then counsel for Mi Donald read a demurrer on behalf of his client. It it Mo Donald deuirs that be is gailty of or had any complicity ui tbs Cronin mufdtr. and denies that on or about May 4. lWfc or at any time he fled from the state of IlltuoM. He further alleges that be was not in the city of Chicago or elsewhere in the state of lllinoM on the 4th day of May last, and has not bees since the raar imj. hut that every day daring the mouths of April and May last he was in the state of New York. J udge Andrews said that this was not a de murrer. but a pleading, and MclKmald's < awl sat down and began writing a demurrer. ?a. m'dohs thf.m HkUk.4K?ru the proceedings already had in the mattaf. The pspers in the case. be said, had N*n sent hack for verification. as they were not ade quate and complete and the prisoner had l>eea committed on the l.'th uist. for five days to t.wait further action. Mr. MacDoua also said that the cas* was yet before the Cook county grand jury, and that four men were on the way here to identify Moroney and McDonald. He th< u read sections of the code, which he claimed sustained his position Counsel for the prisont rs said that the evi dence before the justice was uot such as to authorize a warrant for any purpose whatever. There was no statement th.it the men were ia? dieted. The question of identity he charac terized as the delit>erate placing of the nocks of Maroney and McDonald in the halter of Cook county by men who would swear away the lives of these two to enrich t'.emselves. In closing the counsel called attention to TBI I'M Uitdl or HCLLIVAS IX i HK1UO. Another of the counsel for the prisoners held that the prisoners should be dis charged because, having been held for the governor's action, that official re fused to grant an extradition warrant. He claimed his client was not the man wanted in Chicago, and aaid he could produce proof to ! show that lie was at work here when supposed 1 to be in Chicago. Judge Andrews reserved decision. MR. 0*B0YLE*S DENIAL. No Committee, to his Knowledge, Ever Found Dr. Cronln tiullty of Treason. Wileesrarre. 1'*.. Jun.> 15.?A dispatch from London, published yesterday, stated that P. A. O'Bovle, of Pittston, secretary of the Clan-na-Oael. had beeu one of the committee men who signed the report finding l>r. ( rum# guilty of treason to the organization. and sen tencing him to be removed. Mr. O'boyle said yesterday: "I wish to designate thut r> port as an infamous lie, and, further, that no such com mittee ever sat, ever met. or ever had any knowledge, either directly or indirectly, or ever investigated the character, standing or connection of Dr. P. 8. Cronin with the Clan n a-Gael. My relations with Dr. Cronin havs always been of a pleasant character. I never j mixed up in any way with auy of the factional Suarrels which in recent years bs disturbed le society." Mr. O'Bovle added: "I have known Alexander . Sullivau for a number of years, and I would say that his character as a tearless, outspoken, patriotic niau would make it impossible for such a man to be connected in auy way with such a crime as the killing of Dr. Cronin." Mr. Rogers Also l>enles. New Yoke. June 15.?James J. Kogers, ef ( Brooklyn, denied absolutely that lie was a member of auy committee to try or condemn , Dr. Cronin, or thut any such committee ever existed to his knowledge. FATAL FALL OF A ROOF. Nearly Forty Persons Hurled Eight Dead Bodies Already Taken Out. Cm or Mexico vie Ualvestoh, June 16.? The roof of the Merced market fell m yester day burying nearly forty persons. Eight dtud and fourteen wounded hsve already been taken oat. Soldiers are removing the rnbbish and searching for bodies. President Wade, of the Mcxlcan Central rail road. is inspecting the line. New Orleaus capitalists are organizing a homestead company here. The black vomit has made its appearance el Vera Cruz. THE SAMO.YN TREATY. Several Provisions to be Enforced Be fore it is Formally Signed. ? ?? Berlin, Juue 15.?Several provisions of the Sanioan treaty will be enforced before the treaty is formally ratified. The consuls at Apia will forthwith invite Samoa's adherence to the treaty. Explanation of the Drop In Salt. East Sao is aw, Mich., Juuu IS. W. B. Burt ascribes the drop in salt from 60 to 52 cents to the competition of salt men outside of the salt association, who are placing their products in points which nave been the best markets for the asso ciation. leaving the latter to All the poor mar ket territory. He denies thst the drop in price was for the purpose of coni|>elliug manufac turers to join the proposed umou. lie furthor states that there is little pros|x>ct for effecting a salt union, owing to the high price put upoa plants by manufacturers. Damages by the June Floods. Vixcennks, lxu., June 15.?The Jane floods have srorked disaster to the farmers of southern Indiana who have crops in the bottom lands. The Wabash river at this point is over 16 feet in the chsnuel and still rising. The White river hss created a great deal of damage to the bottom farms and has washed out thousands of acres of corn snd wheat, and farmers have been compelled to move their families and live stock to high ground. The damage to all the southern Indiana and Illinois coanties along White and Wabash rivers will amount to many thousand* of dollars aad it is feared worse trouble may ensue. The Mine Not to Cloee Down. Cucaoo, June 15.? A special from Milwaukee says: Sensational story was telegraphed here from Don wood yesterday that great Colby mine had closed down for good owing to the pinching out of the ore bed, and that one thousand hands were thrown out of employ ment Joseph L. Colbv. treasurer of the com panv and manager of the mine, says the story is wholly false. Some employes of the mine were laid off a day or two ago: they were men who had been engaged to do some extra work. There is a large amount of ores stocked at the mine according to Mr. Colby, and there to no intention of ceasing operstions. It is considered that the management of the mine is reducing the working force because M is unwilling to sell ore at the price which to offered at present. A Steamer Strike* an loeburg. New York, June 15.-The North Germea Lloyd steamahip Baale, which arrived at quar antine at 8 o'clock last evening, re porta that at 11:15 Tuesday night she struck an iceberg ia latitude 42, 54. longitude 49, 64. The Celtto was three hoars and a half astern and exactly ia the Saale's track. Some anxiety was expressed on board for her safety. The Saale was fortu nate in that she was proceeding slowly. She received no injury except to the paint oa her bow. The probabilities are that the City of Paris, the Aller, and other steamers which sailed from here on Wednesday will _ berg, which is described as very large. A Book Age at Decamp*. Boerojr, June 15 ?Cap*. L. Howard who oondactod a asa* har*, has disappeared. It to said a large niuaber of creditors, aad rants for his arrest have b*ea ton oasinently connected with D. hi* ?abaeripttoa but know* nothin