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SVa. 79. No 20,004. WASHINGTOND.0C. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 189L TWO CENIuX
!HEENINGI WEAk W33IMSxs DAILY, uZCm OM AT, AT T11 STAR 3t'ILDIIes. Ul ?mriwma Aun ame 111T+ 06. t Th. Lsming Star N.wmpspir O-gmap R. IL KArT7VANN, ?OWL sw yak Ofom. 84 Ml.m di Grf K... .. Ai to e.ed to muaalbmb n e sty by e+rri. an th~eir 'wen .wv.~t. a 20 m Ows.o t" e utr tte . MbTrmonth. heZvI".D QA.auwLe MENWZ= 8=Y SLlS3rinrr urn s aim,. potwr adjil. SA0Q IaMm,.1 at tim Poet 0SI sa Wa 5oa.0A. " mtemmisaam mb atim. I W All -ay muh.invttimmm ae be "a tohe ta Ua.. at rmtiwar made 1 58 on sfmt3a. T.. U11.01 SAnG0. BARE. SE0035D ~NONAL. BAN DUILDIM 711 vIO:1 SAVX'IU AK *111 01 SPECIAL AXVAiTAOFU TO nSRAL*Z FIRST. -TO WOKEJ1(G PfOLRM UDO CARROT COME TO T11 DARK DVERNO DsazISs SoURS. BUT CAN 00311 TO IE NEA.REST DEPOSIT AGENK. 051T A .TAXP OOL lIN U1 COST ADD Dm. PONiT RACK SAT ON RACE 'VEI SO= AN A"OUNT AN 13 AMN ANA. TO WAR& WORD15-TO CEU.URN. 110 MAY MYl SAVING. STAMPS AND LEAHN ROW ?00D0 SUSINNMI. TIM L11OWLI.E OF NOW RAPIDLY SMALL. SUMS. SSAVED NEGUILARLI. WILL GROW 1170 10 sUmS %II. NIL A 2X111IT TO 1353 ALL 11 LITES. PAMENTS OR OUAN. mIANS AML INVITED TO OR=N AN A0 CONT 101 "to MAgo== OF NE PAMILI. ?ZERO.-TO THOSE NAVINS LAW=E SUMS WHICH A11 NO07 TO 29 UmUD FMA OONSiDELANLE PEEROD.DLICSI? WITSI T1E 0X1O1 SAVINGS AND LIT Ti A100NT DDiW 117111/7 UNTIL, 700 EAPS OCCASION TO OSE IT BLOW WES. 105EUT.-.TO TUOaS WEO AME AM TO0 PAT A 0171 SUM EACE WEEK CS 3051111101 A PE1lOD 01 INANE. OWEN Al ACCOUNT 12111 TA 0101 sy 122AID AVAIL IOUR6LV O1 TEE RLioi DITIDESDS WN3Ci WI3J. - DAiSTO INSTALLMENXT D'SOWN.S Alt am OF TRY 1OLLOWIN3@E3 Ai WILL SELL You * 1 TBCNN? STASIS1. Sal I tbsk zemeet as at Mb theuw Ram. NOSEUSTWASRflIGTO...& D. O~ ..ts D: . .M33*~s 3111 Pa sue. " uud1 W.Ccrato ila Pa ,11o a.. se J boots ad sudsi... IOMW 3m.. a" C. 11ks Pms. ves:C.. kim.. 1PDM7 Z 1 14t at.,drua~ f 1; t hrt R:. Did lConSee. s'.. mews: EH.sw a L83s. . miruhqi; .. U.bc .34~ M ~ U etra. w Phl81cy. sa 1 dOUa. s. F0m a. b 8. Sbus. L k. L~Mi.X. 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AND NEW 10*1U Jbatmmni 1~ lnbmte brm~ Es THSS COMPANY SATINUS BANK FINANCIAL WWI. To MS. L OIIILST mtt.t; r..dittl trotter ttpor l.r a.w. ... Lt" IIoew. is s .t. you o A N D1PC T aoft Now .ttb me watbfttltl. Loaa awe Trsw osy.an r4 ..1 tataraat are. fbaa.baraar.rt Caat1.L 01.000 510. Tusrsaq ealem 314L 3001 F at. L w. s3i1331 1D P. WAPIli3R L irnt"tr ROUT- O7 TUX COIDITIOP fILOOItD PAT1AL VAIM As tn At the class, tiifoths,..a s. ggwaebl% 3tssou3 css. ctrl two ves b" iwl t i ::: 0741aall. 1T aie..rMha 6141101L Or ..? 7 t1Y "ms"t"t"..l taat+ va14L .... , bevels. mdams"m 31 10 I ...bt ? :M:b'S es& sale e saraartaf atatslatlail.?.......... 0.200 00 a111tl .......................... ..? us30 le Ns as serf! ............. . .x- R, j awflli .... .? Yti.o1 96 Dana not= ii64 .?? 5.9j tl0 ads.p atd 4T_ 501 aarti/sataa amt eN.t. - 3^6.6 U2 D .be1.t.Y. beai 1.Ywa??... 11.561 40 Tu1aL.. ? $L2386185 as wat0d,/4s. A a. mr bows!. 4 - - UC-Mamess, that m eaber"sameed st.ttus-s is tea. b lb. bars ai ap )t sl[ iss Y lta.tlast. .0 .mI.l ad swam to bita.. me tN. Mh day of IML O. W. 1ALLOM Bob" Public. It M. W. ssrsstDS3;S N?T3& Raab Liar eb9 u eertPtio at w e tW Mock of the WaNrartaa sad Cba..D..k.Dp.e! soy Coary. VW be pai. Yd . an tel. 15t dday of O tdob .rs110111.i1at 0 the colu. .. eettooeesk s.u . od will b. eootfsaed apes aatil4 o'clock s . said from du to day thereafter oath the whole .a Uses to aat too fsthe, r..pdai stock sla:l be sold. tint acne c"d pan" Oak* b Waibtnrtos Loss sad russs Com coaaw of Sib sod r eta.. Waahias C.: at tbe aaoe of tb. Fidelity sad No. : Calr.rt St.. Balibuors, Md. coos Y. Mock i'dl be awe than sub.crltnp the dy each wbscrSb.r aboU asccs, a pro rd. ar S i sit subscnbed l Mr.aad. d ant Sb. nazi ?y ?1t? ro>< sD* w iislsl.D. 7A1K s pDLi.I x ( 'ALD D. s14be11 Incorpoeatt , Fllts 0frr10s 110031 701 PUT Ia tbs asw b.Wltts at the, waabbat.r Laos o4 sti..toamprs:-sibarilntlz 3lwgtaoass wrwda w<rt etmt33tfur merwis or" a lease, sat at at 3t....b tt t4r.0ioam, d>tstrss33lS" fr+satb.J R..._ 9N0a1r IL L WAIISZ16 34adimk. SPECIAL NOTICES. aziel 1TA31T TO F Cs Os01O3r/ 00=93l Tl9 MU. TWAIsst. TM will beat JOlfs A. NAW trl0 D 'Ny D.C. as TIIrtDA1 sad WID .astll a. fir )set - a .liaenar Ls Vii. wtt410.rtir! C fls a and TYa..aear. 212 wbeiss+r b TI! FIT211scfl0ilt storm PIIDDIPAX. Hilmar. &Axft no apt Iaot orncs :u=&W o1L.I Yea" WOODlor WNlf to osq fur fast wham, sot mt :m y. attl4ls H. 1l.QIIiSA FS1TI v e XT CARDS. ?Lt 1BD r 1 Z R ..lu udfuz R OL a. V. AstLSMi?5 OY TAII& M. bare bad siae.d b o r keels fx cal. a aaosat at deawback cernlcataa raae.ir abbia tatpawi at.rrw,. m aamaeal tarm dm,e th. D 0. which w. ens adl at a diKroaa$. Licw1r Joltxroh s Co.. sake-M swim am badldlap, lzlxa F at. I<30i330ND A" DANVILLE 1A11,80" COMPANY. Ogl" of Al . as. -illoa. REWARD. soil pay 510.000 fur as sat sad 1115ow at miat ms bt t ldwsD lf. W tecwbo removed Use h aooa i<. CL.mllwasaa iLttDss> . A-" l 1. 4!333 = domdad mad a. w dg sml-alewBDDI16/_ FOR TALL. SPECIAL NOTICES. NATIONALIST CLUB. NO. 1. MEETS a.a ever TUESDAY. i p. m.. at Nationalist O d.pw. Te pulic invited. Mr. C. Osborn Ward speaks THIS 1 UL8DAY o "Utopiae." TTENTON ENTIGHT OF PYTHIASI All air kniista of the unitorn rank are reputed to aseutbae at the B. and 0. depot on TittU cuDAY 'k tober l at lo o'clock a.mi.. to roce Wilmin-ton bivaua, 14. 1. of Wth.ttoa. Del. -M rn.. By order counmittee. AR ONTAS SOCIAL CLUB-REtULAR n.emthly business asetinar at theclub rooms WLI5ESDAY. Septenuer 3I0. at b p. m. se _it* CHAS. A. hELL. SeeretarT. THE mEDICAL PROFESSION AND TEE public are invited to attend the openinr ee of the n adical deartment of Howard Uni veafty, at the collere, on ''HUIWDAY I'VE XNta. Octber 1 at 8 o'clock p.m. The address of the n e delivered by Dr. S Melvin Iamb. CHARLES B. PURVIS. 9Secrtary. McCAULLY & ALEZANDER, TALLY-HO stables-We want our .riends and the pub. hec to win additaon to our O at. stable we will cc cPy by October 1 the stables Noe. ddO to 410 14th at. ne., formerly occupied by Eeyee l Co. which have boe remodeaed to wocuiumiucilat., 17.,. 'tore.,. Our boeudineci duties are unsurpassed end each boarder tob fMad with a prate looker. Oat. tearue 72911 1dth Kt. telephone. 711. sb-i h-1 _ TE PHENOMENAL INCREASE IN OUR W..J Shirt Depertwent bas been caned by the trade appreciatinu tb.fact that these Shita are made on thei aream 118 st. ssaLtk~n' P. T. BALL. Sbirt Maker. WE'VE 00' 'EM THIS SEASON. The Ideal Fall Overceats. Sise Jor everybody. The new colon, the new kimbaso estyle. and soae new Poll" our own that will captore doney 't coat ,auol-$10. 6a2 end up for ilk-U 0. GEO1GE SPRANBY. am 0 7ths -h w K isWE ANN IN IT. Al-e Black Cheviot .it., ..av.. sak er e sae-eteen. for 87.10. W=. GARNES. The Psople'aClothier. null 1126 7th at. sw. S TRE.AS13Y DEPARTMENT F :ROF THE COMP2tNOLLEB OF THE CUR.ENCY. WASHINGTON. ur-mzumm 2eru, 1861. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the andere"il has been made to appear that *TEE CITIZ ATIONAL BANK O' ".ASHINGTON CITY." in the CITY OF WASHINGTN . in the County of WAS'INUTON, and l)STtRCT OF CO LUMMIA. has complied with :ali the pravsions of the *Act of Congrene to, cnable Nations' Balkin AsAocna tions to extend their corporate existence for other pnrpoaee." approved J cul 1 tI' Now therefore I EDWAtD S. LACEY Comptroller of the Currency. uo hereby certity that 'THE ITI. ZENS' NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON CITY." in the CITY OF WASHINGTON. in the County of .AIBINGTON, and DISTRICT OF CO. LUMI IA. I. authorized to have succession for the period apecified in r!" anended articles ot .aociation, namely until close of Lusine-s on OCT I3LR 2. 1911. in Itadnon whereo wlta. nay hand and seal of ooe thisa211 day of SEl .Mltlt . 1891. [w.x.] E. b. LACEY. se28-lt Comptroller of the Currency. MRS. V. A. TRAVIS, MODISTE AND LADIES' TAILOR. WI c, to Inform her customers and the public that abe will take orders ::t reduced rates for thirty days at her new establiahment. 017 13th t. n. w. .e2U-8 BR ASSIONEE'S SALE OF ENTIRE CON TENTS OF THE OOE AND STATIONERY STORE OF WE. R. LEPLEY. 1160T. NW.W A complete steck at PEAYER OOKS. CRUNCH ARTICLES. REr.. IOU3OOKS. STATIONERY. SCHOOL BOOS AND STATIONEER SUNDEIES FOR SALE AT ERTAIL 00 COST 131CR. I. W. S0ON. Amo=== 1110 at. a.w. .71 !. B. WAITE. DR UGGIST. Hav rmyed from 10th and L ite n. w. We pre vr~pt~IeM is at Prentles' Pharmacy, corner of Uith and eI, a. w., where all renewals can be had. 0"4 of YOU A MORTGAGE ON YOUR HOUBSE In ems ot your death would that mories be fore. clcese A policy In the Waebingtcn Umeanial E dwmet Amoation will provide asalas js suob a contigemy and sesar the hmeamd for the wife and 'aie en. Send for Set ieki, THE WASNINSTON NENEFICIAL ENDOWUNT ASSOCIATION. ad" 419 3O$ okeet. DR. EDITH JEWELL NAS RETURNED to the city end rectiened he, detal oe at iUhat. m~w. e9 1* a' lALL WEDDINGS. BEDNEY & EO3ERTS. AKERS OF INVITATIONS, M 3TE ST.. NEAR GAB OFFICR. el ,NOT ALL i GOLD TEAT GLITTERS. AND NOT ALL WATCHES ARE TIMNPrenCU Every WatchIel eaecm=pemnu with awritte time certl~cate andlgaentee. No Watch aelM out of my atoree alm g-roul beas thned and compered with the U. S. Chearvatory sheand A. L. SALT30TEIR. JR. READQUAETNRBS0 N.MERIAna WATOgIS. .a/71 b a. . kemmeb: Cir. Maeim ansOsah =.. Narfelk. Ya. A TOBOGE.PRACTICAL BUSINESS at yo end for lid-wese circuarore jofig eawe Day..devnad.. m....er O.ct.., CCURTAIN LAUNDERD EQUAL ME~ama OFTHE OCUDALE 50 --.let. byc :.i'"c n.* te'-. : m:.ba af the..lcatlwo..- ie. The earlisrthe better. ee14-U U J. W. BANARA. Semreary. 00 CAL. ICN. WOODI. AMERICAN IOE CO, ~a~~ eutwest crner lih nd Ine.& Mn w. ein 8 BSemneyivaaia ave, anw.. Jst and Bela- n-w. nd mldtna t, sw Can RED EPENOR800T IOE. eut6 E.CRA1. DIED)EL -pbu e mm=a destuaye In all itsa tirI:nh;.w.whmuLr * end mNESUt IOJU bdm adhas wahr sand settohMtteet. . hS mm SPECIAL NOTICES: n O MAN'S CHRISTIAN TE R CE U -on.-Annuai metin f AatCas e Cea Unio ssion Non.90 r"end.cona ,t. Electio" u"*. . s. COREN, Presi t.11 IMANOiNIC.-A SPECI COMMUNICA ton of Samit John's No.I F. A. A. . wtil be held at Masonic Ten k W E or wdre. 1emokouof other lode n$vt By onder W. Yd. C. PILL. a'A-St ecretary. CoIRIS LODGE. No. 28, F. A. A. M.. will hold a special coms" catlom at the o Rite 8anctuay on WEDNE :th A s:ant. at730 p. m. work am and m cnid BIy orderof the W. N. VW. OSCAR MOC E. se&2U42 8ecretary. NOTICE. Asbi -. eCin Sep 1 ta 60U ""e~nz oftw"."?h.7*: dthea Um CAS C. wllbebal a e ucmd.a th ~oUX *, o No.1.30 7k t.a.w., at ?P. Ia. EZD~kEDAY October 7. se-eeoM JAMES K. CLEARY. Ptstdnt. THE OPENIlG LECTU OF THE NA TIONAL COLLtE O PHARMAC ill be delivered It the College bui N. o I it. a. w. * on THUBZsDAY EVENING. X Uiuia at 5:30 o'cock. 0 tower 1 l. 111: Thil proft. on and public are invited. Applicante for entrants to the course of letu a wi wIe pe. totthe mselyes. if. E. KALUUOWitKLi _emratary. Fa MEa=S=MGER SERVIOL Tao & send -rIes to our stores, 120! F t. a.w. and 1116 Connecticut ave., for Groceriese &c., by the Mutual District Messengers fron any one of the coa pany's mo5es n cal boes fro of eaharge. as2e-Im GEO. E. KENNEDY & SO S. X CCLARY'S ID ONG SCHOiL Now OPENI. 1106 11th at. n.w. Special attentloa given to 1a4es and ehildren.agS.1w" TAILORiINGi LOiE BY MEE AND COMPANY. OUR NEW PRINCIPLE of conducting basiess places our patrons In possession of the beet values. Item No. 1-For 42.1 we will make you a Black or Blue Cheviot ENGLISH SACtQUE SUIT. Item No. 2-For 620 we will make you a Cutaway Coat and Waistcoat of ENGLI SH WORSTED. Item S-Se the large range of styles in OVEROOAT INGS, which we will make at the special priseef 93J. Lined throughout with the beat SILL MERTZ AND COMPANY. Tailess. _elS2 514 11th st. nw. RESPECTFULLY CALL ATTENTION to my well-selected stock of Furniture for this seca at reasonable prices and the following seaos why I solicit a portion of your patronage: My stock was purchased for cash. My expense are much lae than a largeanber .1 hoassin my line. No leadeas or baits at cost and double praoft a other goods. 3 rniture basins" a specialty. No goods misrepresented, fair deamngW sad low prices are our reliae for success, H. O. TOWLES. esi2-1m 1007 Penn. ave. I. w. ~sThe weather is likely to be; Threaewin and ratiy; totr, cteariieg, sereU fw Edueday; winds ek tflttr to portA Ae WE WERE SAYING AS we have the nicest sawed bestqualty boards In the city. All builders knew " thia--sk any prominent or honest one and he will admit it. Still we have geat op position and all we ask of you Is, come and e for yourself. You know. of ween. how much lower weell them. "1.15 PER 100 IT. MILL WORE, LUMBER. HARDWARE. LIBBEY. BITTENGR gAND MiL. au6-3m 0th at. and New York ave. ! ALL PLREONS H A V I N G CLAIMS again": the estate of Joseph F. Birch. de cem.ed, are hereby warned to present the same. with the voacne.'s thereof, to the subscribers on or before the *2Nth dayof August next, or they n.ay otherwase by law b- excluded from all benefits of the said estate. Ail persons Indebted to the said estate are notiSed to settle their acc ounts with the undersigned. er thng ay be Proceed1 ansmt acBIcinx law. s2.skatu3wUAC NIECE . iii:A NATIONA MEMAN BUILING AS. 1 be Airt annual nisigwill be held ont.Js 1RVD Y. Oct 1. a .. StJosep' coener 5th and at. n. w. election of omeers; ofxsanining coluinittee; shares, "1 per month. can R D., Pient; LE a tary; ADOLP'H LEVY. Vies President; KISSN.It. Treasurer. 5.2-.lso S I SCHOOL BOOKS FOR EVERY GRADL High School and College Text Books. School Stationery and Blank Beots. A lass, stock and low puices. 0. 0. PURSEIL seIS.eo 4I 09t st.a.w. WINTER IS COMING. Your roof may be badly in need ot oainting or your wall may be damp. We would be pleased to eamine both, cover your root with our METAL PRERERVING PAINT. and contract to st"p leaks and rat a msle your wall damp proof. BUBCHARD k FOLLOW, ue12-eo3m Cor. Pa. ave. and 4g at. nw. - CAUTION.-WISHING ALL OF OUR MA chines to give the highest degeree of satisfec tion, we parti' ularl caution those having old ones of our make agains em to be else where than at the COMPANY'S OFFICE. whre none but genuine parts are used. and only the mcost resson able marea. if any aet made. Orders by poutaj wil reaitve inidaetentice. W EELEE R WILSON MFG. 00.. mr26-t.th~s.tr 4879eth t. aLw. KEEN'S TAILORING TALK. I will not make a suit to order under thirty-ive dollars. You had much better buy ad mnade uit than a e~e.tailor made one. I do none bu the best tailoring. In scalng' the price to 63...peraultlKexpecttonsell enough mrtoaverr pteseason's natua not to be buyheje. The conmafactured awat ou GRO. T. KERN, Castom Tailor. diStSt. n. SDR. C. S. CLARK RAE OPENED AN olD.ee at 1500 19th it..iJantism of 118th at. and upont Circle. ue24-2w" OBER~T P. HILL HAS REMOVED HIS hwomes from the Atlantic beuing to rooina 99 and 100 in the new WssdqtnLoan and Trust omyany bu~ding. earner af and 9th ste. -A QUARTERLY DIVID1END O0 bNE Sand a half per cent on the captasl steak of the iuini Title Inaurance Coaeywill be pey eble at the oe of the conipn. sO A t. n.w., and alter 0C'1 OBER 6. IP. oosfor traneme VTR BEST EVIDENCE Of the Sn. wask we d. is a pessle..muas. e samse. Cai sndmee as, aOER i. Sw~rm SD st. .w. Telephom 53.. se OTCOFASSIGNENT. hausm ths o th er h hgife sdat esrthe toWEW."Wefe presented within that time. I'ereens indebted to maid iape* the Czih Roe ome. O n.0 atei. '*'uRE. 3~~m 3OUTARTISTIC ?SO30 *I sae Ehe y3 WGhington New. and Gou ADVERT8ING.... ............................pa S AMUISEEN.......... ............. e ATTORWEYS ....,................... .a AUCTION WSAL ...................... ..... ase 6 NICYCLEB. ..... .............Ae 6 BOARDING. Pass 3 BUSINESS CH&CS4........*.................Pae 2 PODISTP..................................ases 8 ITY ITE1[8................................Ayes a COUNTEK REAL ESTATE......................Pass 3 DENT18TY. . .. 7 EDUCATIONAL ......................... Page 7 EXCURSIONS. 66....................... Pag 8 FAMILY SUPLE. .... . .....Pae 7 FINANCIAL ......... "" ......Page 1 FOR RENT (...Pae 2 PORl RENT (Omcee ..... Pee FOR RENT (Rooma) ..........................Pass 2 FOR BENT (al.) . ..................Pe 2 FOR RENT (Horun) ......... .......Pases FOR RENT (toem) .........................Pass 2 FOBR RNT (8aa)....- --ae2 POR SALE (Hor)......... ........Pas 3 FOR BALE (Lots) .. Pes 3 FOR SALE (Eoernae - V.e)...........Pe 2 FOR PALE (Plaos).. .........Pag 3 FOR SAL i(wNm a ..............?= 3 LADIES. OOD .... ........... ...Pane 6 LEAL NOTICE ........ .................Pase LOCAL MENTION........ .....,. ... ...Pass s LOST AND OU............................Par. s MANICURE..... ... ... s 3 MA RRIAEgS.. .. ........ ............Ms b MEDICAL......... ......... Papa MBCKELI.ANEOUSB ........................,..Pasp b MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAAN~........Pase 3 NEW PUBLICATIONS......................P.. 8 NOTARIES PUBLIC....,. . .........Pass 8 OCEAN STEAMSn ..............................rag 7 POTOMAC RIVER BOAT8..~..?.---Pas 7 PIANOS AND OR&Aag..........................Pane 7 PEOAL.. ........................P., s POFECIOASI............... .a...,,P5se B URU m P. OP..T ........................Pape 7 SUMMER IESOST...................Pase S WANTED (le...). .........age. WANTED PoPeTs.........................Page2 WANTED (eLot)..................................Pas. B WANTED (lat).............. .Pass 4 WANTED (Bos=h).....are2 WANTED (3(ta:osa)........................ares S WANTED (fisoeltaaees) ........................ae l GOVaKENENY Racarre TonAr.-Internal rev mne, 8193,013; custoss, ,93, - CowSUL Booomza.-The President has ree os ;zed Rafael Luna as consul of the republic of Venesnels at Philadelphia. Tag Fou-AN-r-nas Pas C ---At the elose of business yesterday the Treasury De partment had redeemed $17.696,900 4 per eent bonds andpontinued $26,098,6S. Naw TAarrce Areovan.--eeretary Proctor has inally approved the new tactices for the army and they will be put in practice as soon as the necessary arrangements can be made. A NAToAL BANm Car...-The controller of the currency has called as all the national banks fora report of their condition at the lose of business Friday, September 20. Dsranor PArsarr.-Patent were today is sued to residents of the District as follows: Ed ward T. Bates, atomiser; Charles E. Poster assignor to P. . Austin of Chicago, roan scraper; Samuel Ber, self-feeding drawing pea. CAPT. Eneas C. M=nnra-s retirement, which took place today, promotes one more officer over the head of Commander McCall, whom suspension from rank and pay in still ia force. Mute Esrmars.-Tbe director of the mint has submitted estimates for the support of the mint service for the fiscal year 1893 amonating to $1.190,711, being les than te appropria lions for the current fiscal year. Enian.-Capt Charles H. Warrees. four. teenth infantry, was placed on the retired list of the army today. This will promote First Lient. Wm. W. McCammon of that rmeet to be captain and Second Lient. Charles Bmekurts of the sixth to be first lieutenant of te four teenth infantry. B. C. Grans has been appointed keeper of the Muskeget life saving station, Masach setts, vice Jas. H. Luce, resigned, and O. A. Smith, per eventh life saing station at S Lake uperier, vies Albert Ocha, Nor PnACwacaNr.=-The Secretary of Agricul ture bas informed the Secretary of the Treas ury that it "seems impracticable at this writ ing to estabish a cattle quarantine station at Blaine. Washington," as requested by residents of that state. Pnor. C. A. IEsasron, well known is scien tific circles here, who left New York last June, in company with Mr. Bryant of Philadelphia, to explore the Grand river and other unknown portions of Labrador, arrived at St. John's, Newfoundland, yesterday, on his return trip. His party are reported as all welL Sasr Ban To CANaDa.-Immigrant Iuspee tor Farness, at Ogdensburg, N. Y., has re ported to the.Treasury Department that last week he sent back into Canada ten men who had tried to enter this country in violation of the alien contract labor law. Superintendent Owen said today that this was the beet week'S work yet done by any of the Inspcos Camxo~r Be SsAanAvzn.-Aamistaat Seeretery Spaulding has Informed an English firm that a person other thaa. the consignee named in the bill of laigcovering several lots of mer chanaie . i. e by them to New York en not be alwdto make a separate entry of one of the lots for the reason that the law and the regulations' cire that entry for the whoee shipmient bmdeby the oiginal e signee designated In the bill of lading. WENn BoomS Ann Fnn--Asisteat ser6 tary Spaulding has Informed the librarin of the University of C1.lifoniat at Berkeley, CaL., that the prhbtIon of the Imaportation of datl able ariles by mail dosesnot apply to books when imported not meare than two copies in any one invoies goo faith for the use of ay scety inoprtdor e.ishilhe for edue tional hlohcal , lterary or religious par oem r Am, the eneeuaesent cithme Ame Dus e- AIUrArm, A.--The Seeroiary of tes Tresry has infemed Mme. Sen.Bre.. or saa P-anele ht each ..Z thaele and ani mais tur oaigi thee,. shews s are the neand anuacstre of the will be entitled to free entry em their return from their intended ti Ann tsala b their enditisasn f be as the aysade~msh of NAYSS, maas.-(hif Regines, 5. 3. 1, Maesaus, ordered as taseetr of steel see hasber 4esame -e~ baisnge a the Be Ne asalandeb sressmeI M.WaS, detached them aed nd engined to a s es as mhmaeetmat O.,eetsm pme an-en-m 1.3 m Nrwi gMenatmer Whee Mee Asemea loa. bete an the ase et lessdna cw--= UEIUrmn sa= Tea Te 'ate "A arSmr aem LI"-=as aemre er an eovusasmu w&re m WAINE-un. IUEZa reers e513 33 anaAa alam avsas e es= . aN.OI The real action of the Preddent, the remit of the conferenee yesterday, which was given in Tas Bran, is amore desintely esdereteed now. Mlster Eges has been told to keep a "stiff upper lip" and to maintaia the dignity of the United States by demanding a relems of ali Americans arrested by the junta. Ordern have as been eant to intereept the U. B. B. Sas Francisco at her nexst eepping place probably Aapulc-.nd everything has been done to preserve American prestige that is within the power of the authorities. The attitude of the adminaitratn resembles is lt Armnes that which was adopted seem months o toward Italy in the ese oif the New Orleeans c The points is bsae are ely nic o f di ~acinvelvn the igtes nateion in ii ym pro mieeling h the territory of another nation. There iw no questien, however, nor can there be, that the United Beaes must be assured of perfeet peace and seeurity within Mr. Egan's temporary re-idence in lia tiago. It is a rule that Ls regarded religiously by all civilised nations and to violate it by in trueom or any other overt act of mapicios or Ineult Is the ara step toward the decleutios of hoetilities. As susesT an Etrra"e. At this point the qestion shades ef inte ass as to whether or not the act of the hilias junta in placing a guard around the legatios was an insult oer an tatesm . Some nations would consider it sech and others Might be in cUned to regard it leniently. But it evident that the President looks spa the act as an af. front, and that he is determined hat it shall not be repeated. Assistant Secretary Wharton was umme.ed to the White House at 1l o'clock and he and the President went over the ease once more in all of ite phases and when the cabinet met at 11:d0 the matter was presented formally to that body. us. soesn emr asmcra. Mr. Julio Foster, secretary of the junta lega. tion, which has not yet been recognised in its diplomatic capeity, said to a Bran reporter that he did not believe there was any serious trouble between the United States and (Bill. He said that had anything serious arises the junta would have communicated at once with Senor Montt. He believed that Mr. Egea had exaggerated the whole matter s as to get the administration to take up his ease and relieve him from the embarrassment consequent upon the attitude he had aumed asa friend of maceda. Mr. Foster said the opeope of Chill knew Mr. Egma and had no conidence in him nor respect for him. They felt that he was largely reepon sible for the war, be-mae as a friend of Balee codas, he had ena him to acts of hos tility and assured hna of the Sympathy of the United States. Mr. Egan, he mid, had excited the ~pleasure at the people of Chili by his extraordinary course, and if there was a rap ture between the two countries it will be en tirely his fault. LAD ?11an AND AasTram mXArCDA. Mr. Egan had aided and abetted Balmaceda. Mr. Foster said, and had had e.liated his Yan kee followers in Bma.eedans cane as spies and in other eapacities. His whole conduct had been such as to arouse national indignation, and some of the men he was protecting from ;uls me for violation of the law were, Mr. F -der , bhnged wi . apieaandes. i. Mr. Foster sprsmed the opinion that Mr. Egan was trying to retrieve the fortunes of himself and others he had induced to take up the cause of Balmeceda by kicking up a dis turbanee. He said he had just received a les ter bom his eon stain that Mr. Egan's so had Sleda power of attorney as rereeestw - VWe of the priew were eredwith a fraudulent railroad transaction. "Mr. ean ehuld have been reseaed long ago," he said. "lied another man been sent to Chili as eon as it was discovered how Mr. Egan was meddling with Chilie affairs there would be no sort of trouble between these two countries. I cannot understand why the adminietration keeps him there to affront or pe le. You may depend upon it that Chiiwi l respect lw and order and not do anything which is not warranted by the cir cumstancees, but ,be will not be blufed by any peremptory demand made by the United States Upos masepresentations by Mr. Egan." Ar T a canaum moro Touar. The President and his advisers seem to look upon theituatiomasquteseraious. Thequestion was disoussed at the cabinet mreeting today and there was a perfect agreementasto what should be done. I was agreed that the President should act on a moment's notice as the circumstan s required without the necessity of calling the cabinet From the Information received by the depart ment it appears that the legation at Santiago has not been relieved from the police restric tions placed around it by the junta. The instructions telegraphed to Mr. Egan are to protect those person who have sought asylum within the tion and to request the Cillian authorities to at ones relieve the lega tion from the extraordinary i reetrictions that have been thrown aro it. If the request is not promptly onmplied with he is directed to make a p demand for relief from the and to call n Comm.. dore gaby for protection. cmaoronoeseo rar immurarome. ommodo- Schler has been ordered to hold himself in reanaa s ed amarine. and malice, to Santiago to guard the legation and protect Assericas citians and thoe claiming s watere for othee United Statea naval veesele that are in reah tebe ordsred to hnlas ports A dispateh has beens et to th amm-..--er et the white equadres to hold himalf in readi - e tm A enshcrt netise. a Qaer Issued Ses Fsare La ansed by Sm..amy Neume. Mere tha tern years age Mr. Carl Sebes, when Seeretary et the Inter.r, ised the foi -oin order: "is prevestthemer ispertmmine. for pre motion, in whith a Sew of the eeepleyee have indulgead in spite of the welkow raies et the depereent, mstte to gives aat appttm temn Ser premneties made by the umpleyes themselveer or at esirmsigie, wi not enl he eeaetely hditees het If pe dIs, re gardlemsof hIs edej, mephperE thetr pa. tes in as ree. - The beea n hieb of baeses and ~eese have amnaeme et assertiin the titeef premdm witheot senmein eeneer wt ter ae t f ps. e w-ma he smis ~eenmrtm elays pwit as samasa: eth e n e i a B n d n d a m t 6 Wha bleumigegalaist- s bmsbesmans inte esbeamentef thsasebr. OSseefi asessaasy apupasse' ..a V. assessef Eamamm, aagstGsem. ans erasisess bwsnesasamm m aiUmmEMsas.enlenM Wis at AS e Em m aom--- use ft ees or 'm eaa. aatum- amwne va ten smzsrt am. er a umamas nt ? taar we UT. Wmnese-eoms s1me. m ean ti wa -am'a RaM wae mT em When the delegate te *e groat ea.m...-m aesfea remach this coy they wie hod me ry thing andene. Evory e a ssats has been given the details as~oting their cam fact and eeiseul ; every pespaettre boo piuny ould saggest has been made. Por the estertalen Of .1 te fael dae gatee a.mbering in all US, the nathedhe church raised a nidader MAP& and the geater porton t that smm wil be disbesedin pay mst of hotel bil AS the deingsabd gan sames from .bDrad wil be quarteced at me better alem he wh n ative represtenaivee are to be o dfor in the hamee of les Metheiste A tremendees tskt W it bees to properly loate the. airangere, ad em the shoulder. of the ev. Dr. serey et the Metropolitan M. E. Che laa the burdea falle . Te work is peacUelly ever new. bat there will be minor mastere sea to keep the doctor buesy et the eeteace adjearna. Isaddities to the iOdelegates the, will probably beha uama chl attendance upon the easferesce met ls them a thousand ministes and laymen et sence rom neighboring sad disemt teeme Many of thee have friends in the city who will see that the eppl of daily bread fails met and that the water sha be sure, but the great majority will draw ratioms at the hotels. Several hundred ot the visitors have already had rooms reserved fer two weeks' ocupation. TMS eeaL marena. The seclal feature. necessarily iamat open such a gathering will be as pleasant as large hearts end adipose pecketbeoeca make them. More elaborate tham y otherhanisitebhadesig. astpresentiscoatemplatioisatbegreat eoapti. to the delegates. b bile this was beingiu d as a part of the oefil 5ogum s. Matthew 0. Emery and Mrs. ery stepped is with a rged that they be permitted. on be. half et lo Methodikm, to be the bess em that oceaon. The gemerous ofer was at rmes accepted and the committee has been relieved of any further concera e to this importeat ee. casion. When the Irnt ecume-ical cosfareaoe met in London, ten yeas ago, the dategate. were entertained-in a maner smilaer to that Mcrhr. Wasigo eldst seem to e much Jl-a-ed becae a private cites bas f owed the liberal precedst el by the wealthy English WeelBa. lihep Hurst has also espremed his groat graticatioe at the etessive hospitality prof'ered by It. and Mrs. Emery. The receptaon. which will be beld in the spacious house and grende of the ex-mayor, takes place on the evening of Thur. day, October 8. Admi-sion will be on Invite toms leaned by the boat and hestems. mme..,raos ar TIES er...rMM. Predident Harrises will shake heads with the 500 at the White House as Monday. Oeteber 12 commencing at 1:90 p.m. This ocoa.e, to the foreigners, will be extremely in.tereetig Ac. customed as they are to the exclusivenes of royalty it will 6 rereshing to them to wit mess the serenity of the pre-idetial eeant mee while the presidenial right arm is being worked a to pump hadle by at least beE a thouesad, amre or la, mmen.a us, a ?U To r. .3SO O Saturday. October ii, the tireeste omne will be transported to Mt. Vermos as thu Caarles Macaleeter, and-thrse may be m mu esmity for statn it-the bar wilt be elesed from the time the beat leaves the wher (which will be 2 o'clock) uafn the estra tril has beam ecmSa& __ vst There will beother maimer social event der lag the two weeks' se-an but mm o them can be planned atil the gusess have arrived The cesree program will keep the prties pante quite bey end the demd et learn chrabe tar orme,. and lsetres wn be in earmounsteble beare. to mary estag. rie adrecaptias AU ea thse of *e ..aremes wll be held is to be made in Mm audience chamber be erectios of a platform for the aseeammedoe of the sfcial- and erators. so woaara's SANE a< a m ,sua. ovDeral good Crihstin wemnes-wmuMg members of the Methodist Episeopel ehuh are very mach grieved becese the ea mealea coneereace wE net have on its roll of membership the amme el even one woman, and a few at thee iser are earnestly, but not meisly, askiag why this is thus. They did met e.pest to share the homer. evenly with the men, at least ot yet, but they had regarded the appearance of one woman dele. gae s n sa Tat po- iit r been wiped outh .iserly hearts ad ther .e tee is the lt.se eyes. Each conference of the Methedist Episeepi church was called open to -mamt- misit terial and toy to th ecem imen eoaference and the intruetioma called for about three times as many nemi nee as could possibly be appatoted. The selecting and appointing power was vested in a commi-son composed of Mhe bond of buep. mad several laymen of eminence. To thew gestie.., i ceampany with ether and fmilea -amu=cat=-a, wes ent the emiannes el Franee. E. Willard, by .* Leak River (I.] m nawan tne mams amens er vet us. When the eemm-m-- reached Mim meia te it was d----ed and haid aside 6with a other rejected cue., Thae h uh tekuew may that there was me de'imtsbaaea Miss Willerd'e umave~able e; he was mei agled oat becase she was a wamm. Three oat af every feer et Mhm maA ofoth. naee atist bag a th iThua s aoMmi aasaimtm, he River eafeareaes. Thia espismetios to hre bum emataatery to themewhearetotereetadtoiegeeeev ad pereoelly reriase to esumebs el the great ev eablherah, bat there to me extermel ev er of-----ti-- Me -n ms to dMmsm Mhm matte publialy, and Mi.s WI. head ts maid to depeaet sy refuaee to the esalas arrived at by Mmhe ---a Akin. of bellnguwa esppaused Lasntbl ekleae of Meeeds hade jesteeday, mci tfe mostacte se and - embein ci Mthe-mesy et Q eam e sf Mhe preses tae of etoeol kmm-was to aesmamma ig b i's and brightest eea to m eme... e connagemns wanse who bed dame e mushssmma to Mmbe bu naese toa w en~ e Wn' weake to m c genh- dMm mk. mds e besem te es d~km * to s b ban u - Ga es bum a tds ..maem~t.... ~ betara BARLAS M DANGER. AV O@d.a k oatmk SO A 1031311? 01 IITILI?NIL Sixty Thousand Peesm Hew sir Pop. Celebm.tm Mr. DY2L*MrrzmS in INDIANA. 1W. i age wovei b or. 'g , ept IL- aatabe *S d A mebeak w boo boo peltd In Of w beamss ga. f geaema adhl d at Gutemlema 60e mge at No maw e must ale- oem ion uembd I f ao h.uuabaak hem the Mesia -oe o brithe 69hmismowo that anm i e M - sad ae l is progr n when be Wi L isa" if SO is 7W the 1009.00 K ~ tet w doe awennwer lin abda hiay. Is ppmaet Preidme DensonIn se amer.o took te raes. it has. " for ohm of tos. whrob st Ies Me they being abased serve. Ow ~ bp thiDwm a,"N with eqe t a a tss Eachahg mu tongued and" oe bem hhral or pa.-tsma was drive tree. 6ep being eaadir saed at ore", slp. Lu the -os. elected tour oees... end tohe n vinlent and immedsr acsbs. Ibwed no saeo athe :et urnpdm da non - mWe maee. a yyie l o bthebs P ofeai 00 cary the powm by alt.N 11e. st wesh a doweer K t aun.. ad beAlmams = .vrs. This seqiected ais an mob p hm to san aaaem hmuItg m '"aUL naazj vsA. -asa The qirear We ametheg to be bumg mat~t bare.d Reuben at the aeb theauc *soft Marm she ntonal placs. hMil bavrib au a are a repeb~ca ('we. of *srm~ t male themid met be ruled a dictetp -ea aK the Naional easey eamue" t kal. them ordered __aw lbS and sar oad two mma Se ga"r barn~ idemee. When the noe were marad iS sob thaee. m aacl "AVprl at in thoughthey 6h- ed bar' e~se at to is the side istts. acat. thny psam it* fa th ugtothlink, held full ambdat the ity trogh s nterwabe they wane at take the Iaaar.Wks bthat at weetob hearal sight. sad at She boar the Aihi Bum L was L Iprgam oi Is his cemasiee Ibis whllmnme a gad = welt thmoghuut sthe at. repebbe. of Gods male ad eugeade ~ar ofata the eda Qr teal Amsen... Mlate.. A mesat S.ma mahaataaaed ovaer l t. 6d as[ do mall are alm . wih t preveat Se haM lag of ay iaformuoms aoomserin the au ecudaton at she essatry. It is Mated m be vammmicaiamWi shaGeamb L afbes be.lterrqmedi. ASS o clock Monday afernoee.d S e A received a spedal dispaash tem Nestmk as the lie between Guemla and Udsdia n teegram VWor dwaved to she Zest..m ~g etho by special corair and ka let z mt maties that s Mailne is meser ofto ds.m. he heaasurtdown the revek r rm. t KTbe revolt VMS Presipitated by Umt~." amaf oe o oths ceadadasm tar aheai~ . edma, who is a uruatgpruses of arSee~he i . temspgt sk patinal qnietM 1. ppssuaesosay. A s threw hin and hs >ki cs Testhe platfors is the side , anon1 the a t of lt atooes fsbaleg, ""down sleb betog is ta ThMK eadval lebe beenp f-4 .&iin isdbre. bat in. whea" desaeLst Se~tsr, w " to proilong hat tro at te. ea&vas Beam so mWam ladolr is Meving treop he so 1s adttK te LAn. berdadag as do audk. ea heis sofat mmab, ad it tob6 d far she sop..e Of inawadig do liter aeomle. tshe civty K aaamslaes revehqm to o teds.e paa. It i aidh toat e'eas ra teego upper of 00sead G nte ameas essuarred aghasailes wida e seate, but shay have pissed w Se "Mrs new pehte dmpshn as. prsae.