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THIS WEEK'S NEWS.
A Summary of Current Events The World's
Doings for the Past Six Days Gathered
and Condensed far Our Readers.
Jay Gould has decided to sell his
steam yacht Atlanta.
The sawmill men ef Northern "Wis
consin aro striking for ten hours a day.
Wisconsin has been shaken up by an
earthquake, which caused considerable
A shaky tower on the Baltimore city
college building was blown down with
The Republicans of West Virginia
nominated T. E. Davis for governor by
The Alabama election resulted in the
lection of a Democratic governor and
The cotton boll worm has created
havoc with tha crops in many counties
Baron Hirsch. the noted Hebrew phil
Autropist, will visit tha United States
Mr. Vanderbilt's sunken yacht Alva,
which cost a million dollars, was sold at
auction for $3,500.
A new syndicate, whose object is to
complete the Panama ship canal, has
been formed in Paris.
Tha great trotting stallion Allerton
went lame and forfeited a $10,000 purse
at Davenport, Iowa.
It is stated that Mr. Blaine will de
iver several speeches in the Maine can
vass during September.
General Charles H. Van Wyck was
nominated for Governor by the Inde
pendent party of Nebraska.
There is troubla between cowboys
and farmers in Western Kansas, and
the fanners have armed.
The Board of Aldermen of New York
city has fixed the tax rate for the cur
rent year at 1.85 per cent.
Annie Carter, eighteen, committed
suicide in St. Louis because her father
would not pay his grocery bill.
Mr. Gladstone has recovered from his
illness, and was present at the opening
of Parliament, receiving an ovation.
Allen Carter, colored, accused of as
saulting his 14-year-old daughter, was
lynched by negroes at Wynne, Ark.
Andrew D. White, the new Minister
to Bussia, will sail about August 17,
and reach his new post by October 1.
Samples of tea grown in South Caro
lina have been pronounced by experts
superior to the average grown in India.
France and Madagascar have sus
pended diplomatic relations owing to
British missionary intrigues in Mada
gascar. A New York ice dealer found a $75
diamond scarf pin in a cake of ice, and
now everybody is inspecting their ice
The Mexican Central Bailroad has
t&Vfcrv-izS&ru. am ucroi tJIif ineers,
firemen and brakemen for being Broth
The United States has apologized to
Switzerland for the arrest by mistake of
Dr. Georg, an attache of the Swiss lega
tion at Washington.
An unknown woman attempted to
blow up the house of Charles D. Irwin,
t, rich Chicag Board of Trade operator,
with a can loaded with giant powder.
It is estimated that Minnesota and
the Dakotas will raise 125,000,000
bushels of wheat this year, and favorable
weather will add 10,000,000 bushels.
Don. M. Dickinson has been made
chairman of the Democratic National
Campaign Committee, and Mr. Whitney
elected to a place on the Committee.
While returning from a con hunt at
Seymour, Ind., William Greer fired
into a party of his friends and seriously
wounded William Wilson and John Fir
man. A mosquito bite caused Peter Ken
nedy's death in Bellevue Hospital, New
York city. It is believed the mosquito
had previously been investigating pu
An unknown woman was detected
in the act of placing a can containing
ten pounds of giant powder at the door
of Charles D. Erwin's house in Chicago.
Premier Abbott, of th Dominion gov
ernment, declares that Canada has al
ways acted in a conciliatory spirit to
wards the United States, and will con
tinue so to do.
Great interest ii being taken by as
tronomers all over the world in the ap
position of Mars with the earth. The
mam question of interest is whether the
Slanetis capable of sustaining animal
To the ordinary observer, the planet
Mars, seen through a big telescope,
looks like a red fiery ball with a blue
halo. It is only practiced observers
who can see the peculiar features of the
Sir Edwin Arnold has written a play
entitled "Mauna; or the Japanese
Wife." Harry Deaken has purchased
the American right, and will produce it
at Chicago as an attraction of the
Heavy rains caused an embankment
to break at St. Paul, Minn., and a great
volume of water flooded the lowlands
killing three persons, seriously injuring
seven and doing damage amounting to
John Dillon, the Irish leader, in an
interview, expressed great confidence
that a home rule bill will be passed by
parliament at an early date. He said
that anything less than Parnell de
manded would not be accepted by his
It is stated in Catholic circles at St.
Louis, as a certainty that at the next
meeting of the Pope's Consistory the
Holy Father will announce the ap
pointment of Archbishop Ireland, of St.
Paul as a member of the College of
Our Nary Was Not Bepreaented In the
Show at Palos.
The celebration of the embarkation of
Columbus on his voyage of discovery,
at Palos, Spain, was in progress all last
A-eek. Nearly every power except the
United States was represented in a naval
way. The cruiser Newark was at Cadiz,
but could not reach Palos on account of
drawing too much water. The gun
boat Bennington, which had been or
dered to Palos, failed to arrive. Much
regret was expressed at the absence of
the American flag.
The chief feature of the occasion was
the naval parade, led by the caravel
Santa Marie, built in immitation of
Columbus' flagship. The vessel fol
fowed for some distance the route taken
by Columbus 400 years ago, followed
by the war vessels. Parades, illumin
ations and banquets followed.
A Mysterious Murder.
Andrew J. Borden, the millionaire
mill owner of Fall Biver, Mass., and
his aged wife were murdered in their
home, and although there were other
members of the family on the premises
at the time, they heard no sound of the
awful tragedy. The murderer escaped
without leaving the slightest trail, al
though his clothing must have been
covered with the blood of his victims.
The skulls of both had been crushed in
with an axe. No attempt had been
made at robbery. Three men have
been arrested on suspicion.
A Vanderbilt Trust.
r It is a matter of gossip in commercial
circles in New York that the Vanderbilt
business will soon be removed uptown
and conducted by a trust now being or
ganized by H. Walter Webb, third vice
president of the New York Central and
Hudson River Railroad. It was said
that the trust would have its offices on
the first floor of the new eleven-story
building, to cost S225,000, to be elected
by the Lincoln National Bank on the lot
next its present property on West
Forty-second street. It was also said,
that 'the capital would be 6,000,000.
Will There be a Quarrel ?
News has been received at San Fran
cisco by steamer from Auckland of what
may cause an international quarrel be
tween the English and the United States.
It seems that the British gunboat Cur
acoa last month put into Paga-Pago
harbor, Samoa, and the Samoan Land
Commissioner selected a piece of land
there for a British coaling station. The
Samoan Government in 1875 granted
this coaling station to the United States
and England has no right to any part
of the harbor.
Struggle With a Big Snake.
A blacksnake nine feet long; that
came to the slaughter house to drink
blood, attacked William Hill, a butcher,
of Roaring Creek Valley, Pa. The
monstrous reptile wrapped itself about
Hill and began to tighten its awful
coils. The butcher made frantic efforfs
I i 'MiiaiiiMaw T-rrTTT-"ni it ,
to cut the snake in two vli? .3ao,K
knife. When almost fainting wittr".6
terrible pain and fear, Hill jabbed iSJ
knife in the snake's head. Ho then,
Another Train Robbery.
A despatch from Fresno, Cal., gives
the particulars of the latest train rob
bery. Two masked robbers, with fire
arms and dynamite, held up the south
bound express train from San Francisco,
between Rollinda and Pratton, and
robbed the Wells-Fargo Express Com
pany's safe of gold and silver coin ag
gregating between $30,000 and $50,000.
The express car and safe were blown
open with dynamite. The robbers es
caped. Strikers Retaliate.
Owing to the arrest of numerous
Homestead strikers on charges of mur
der, Hugh Ross, of the Amalgamated
Association preferred similar charges
against Messrs. Frick, Potter, Nevin,
McConnell and James Dovey, of the
Carnegie Company works at Homestead.
They appeared before Judge Ewing,
and were released on $10,000 bail each.
Queen Victoria's thirteenth Parlia
ment assembled in London with the
usual ceremonies. ' Beyond the re-election
of Speaker Peel no business waa
transacted. Mr. Gladstone was given a
wildly enthusiastic reception. There is
a union of all the Gladstone forces in
favor of ousting the Salisbury govern
ment. Whipped the Ramans.
Ex-United States Treasurer Jamea
W. Hyatt, who is summering at Roton
Point, Conn., was attacked by four
drunken roughs. Mr. Hyatt struck out
straight from the shoulder with both
fists and put his assailants to flight.
Indirect Blow at Carnegie.
Studebaker's wagon works at South
Bend, Ind., the largest in the world,
have shut down owing to 3,000 men
refusing to work on account of the
company using material purchased oi
the Carnegie Steel Company.
New York's Share of the Tilden Estate.
The heirs of the late Samuel J. Til
den have paid into the State Treasury
the Bum of $147,283, being the total
amount of taxes under the Collateral In
heritance Tax law, which was imposed
on the Tilden estate.
Professor Harry Park, the trick bi
cycle rider, has made a most wonderful
descent of Pike's peak on one wheel of
an ordinary bicycle, with neither han
dles nor brake to control his machine.
Knlghta Templar at Denver.
The annual conclave of Knights Temp
lar assembled at Denver, Col., on Mon
day. About 20,000 Knights are pres
ent. Great crowds are in attendance.
Mrs. Harrison is improving rnpiuo
Rev. Charles R. Hale iu "-
j u:i.nr nf Cairo. Ill
aecome a preacher in oau " "
come t- ;-" i:tc
1" m LTZaSalio effect a co,,oH-
Cholera is increasing
in Russia, a
tTie number of deaths is placed at
' Hon. Thomas B. Reed has been reno.n
inflS for Congress in the Portland, Me.,
d'Uncle" Billy Sullivan succumbed to
th hot weather at Fairporfc. N. Y., a0eu
107 years. .
The Dueber Watch Case Company of
Canton, Ohio, has sued the Watch Tiust
Clubs are being organized in l the .Sou -ern
States to aid Cuba in her fight for in
dependence. Moses S. Beach, formerly owner of the
New York Sun, died in Peekskill, N. .,
aged 70 years.
The Indians threaten to scalp the
boomers who are invading Cohvith Re-m-vation,
The Horse-shoers' National Protective
Association has been successfully organ
ised at Cleveland, Ohio.
The body of the late Robert Ray Ham
ilton is on its way to New York city
from the West for iuterment.
The Peninsula Copper Mine Company,
of Houghton, Micb., will close down be
cause of the low price of copper.
MaxLimon, once a Russian millionaire,
it working in a Chicago clothing house
for $7. He was exiled by the Czar.
Secretary Probst, of the Ohio Board of
Health, is preparing for an epidemic of
cholera iu the United States next year.
Much damage was done by floods in
Sioux City, S. D. In lower Minn, s i
10,000 acres of crops were ruined by hail.
Maude E. and Lizzie Kittridge, nged
nine and five years, have supported
themselves for a year by shoplifting in
The paving block quarrymen, a dis
patch from Boston says, have abandoned
their strike and gone to work under the
The Supreme Court of Tennessee, re
fused a habeas corpus to H. Clay King,
the condemned murderer of David IJ.
The satellites of Mars weraobserved at
Rochester by Professors Swift and Todd.
They are visible only at intervals of fif
In San Benito and Monterey counties,
Cal. , 750,000 acres of land forfeited by
'.he Southern Pacific Railroad have been
thrown open to settlement.
Some Wild West Show Indians have
been barred out of Ocean Grove because
their clothing was considered too primi
tive for that refined resort.
The Eastern and Westerji coal agents
met at New York aad decided to make
no advance in prices. The production
for August was fixed at 3,000,000 tons.
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OYSX'EKS IN EVERY STYLE
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THE INDUSTRIAL BUILDING
AND SAVING CO.
LoansJmoney to buy or build
homes. Shares 1 each, payable
monthly. Dividends declared ev
ery January; Secretary's office:
804 F st n. w. Open 9 a. m. to
5 p; m. Monthly meetings at Lin
coln Memorial Church, cor. 11th
and R sts., n. w.,- first Monday
merbt in every month.
Henry E Baker.
rv ESTABLISHED 1866.
6 A NIKRirS LIU OFFICE.
8G1 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Gold and silver watches, dia
monds, jewelry, pistols, guns, me-
cnanicai tools, ladies' nnri CTnnfiQ
mon'c rr.n: .
ou o wcuuug apparel.
Old gold and silver bouchfc
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Unredeemed Dlederes fnr ania
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50c, Per "WeoU
Will tay Jon borne ,
ULJLI KJX ISUYvIfa.
bo CTS, & WUX
Tbe first opportunity ofJereU
colored people to seour.-IIomea
on Weekly payments oi ,. oerit3
a week or Two Doliars per month
1000 LOTS FOB SHE.
In tbe city of Bowie, itato r j
Maryland. Only 20 minunde
from Washington. Double track
22 trainB stop daily. Fare ut and
rom Washington, only Six cents
by commutation ticket. Ti JTinc.
tion of the Baltimore ar,d r0to.
mac and Pope Creek ftaiiroa.i.
Telegraph and Expres rifr.ca'
The best depot on the BaU more
and Pot' c ra lroad. is,
churches anu hools alrvad built,
Tbe most healthful ?p .t n. fhe
State of Maryland. Title to j r.,p.
erty perfect. No Taxes, trit! pur
chasers of lota will receiw- their
deeds, with certificate ot ni
PBIGE IF LHFS D1LY Sill.
Terms of I'ukchasg: Five -I..-lars
cash and two tl-ll ra per
month, with no iuterest. Halt
cash, 10 per cent discount; a'l cash
20 per cent discount.
Money will be advanced f' par
ties desiring to build.
If a husband purchaser dies,
before his purchase is completed,
a deed iu fee will be given to hia
widow, if the properiy ha? been
improved, or if not, the amount
already paid will be returned her
The above presents'an opportu
nity uever before offered the Col
ored people of the city ft Wash
ington to secure a valnabh lot,
either as an investment or tor a
home on monthly paymei.t?, and
at the same time, entitled them
to a vote and a voice in the Gov
ernment of the country.
Those wbo apply first, will have
the first choicu of Jots.
Already many have made their
homes in the "City of Bowie,'
and lots purchased on the above
terms should double iu value witn
in the next six montha
For further information apply to
W. Calvin Chase, Ageut,
1109 J St., u. w
Or fi AMPftTCT.Ta CA KRIXTf.ff
Owner, 505 D St., n. wM
Washington, 1), C
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CAPITAL SAVINGS BANK
OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
804 F St. n. w.
Receives deposits, loans monej
transacts ageneial bankng busi
ness. Location central and con
venient. F street cars and htrtiic
run iu front of our door 9 h at
cars run a few rods east of our
building s7th street and llihsl.
cars only two block away.
Dr. C. B. Purvis, L. C. Bailey.
Presideuf, J no. R. Lynch
Vice-Pres., Joseph W. Cole
Cashier, Douglass B. McCary
Treasurer, L. C. Bailey
Secretary, H. E, Baker
J no. R. Lynch, L. C. Bailey,
Joseph W. Cole, W. McKinlay
John A. Pierre, J. A. Lewis
W. E. Matthews, J. R. Wilder
W. S. Montgomery,
J. T.'Bradford, James Stornw,
W. S. Lofton, J . A. Jihuon.
A. W. Tancil, 11. E. Baker,
No. 939. Pennsylvania Ave., A. H
Washington D C.
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