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A ' -- "TlXSOA",!: Co.,IJox -4SS,lrtI m K t LJ !f. Summary of Current Events The World's IfJoingP (for the Past Six Days Gathered tani! Condensed for Our Readers General. IPjinsHinsbeen flootied by heavy rains. (General Bonitta, the Mexican rebel, has been 'shot. IFloodsbave washed away twenty miles of tlio Mexican Railroad. Detroit physicians are searching west bound immigrant trains for cbolera. Mr. Gladstone's selections for court oflicpis proved veiy acceptable to the Queen. President Harrison's letter of accept ance is ready, and will be soon given to the public. Representative C. B. Kilgore has been renominated by the Third district Demo crats of Texas. Ex-President Cleveland has decided that he will make no political speeches during the campaign. James Owen O'Connor, the eccentric tragic actor, has been taken to the New Jersey State Asylum. The French forces having made an ad vance on S ikele tbe whole Dahomeyan army fled northward. '''lie Inst deposit in tbe $20,000 stake for tl e Sullivan-Corbett fight in New Or K;. s has been made. Dr. Edward Beech er, a brother of Henry "Ward Beecher, celebrated his ninetieth birthday on Sunday. Planing mills and box factories of the Saginaw Valley, Mich., may have to shut down for lack of cars to s dp in. New Yorkers are eating 30,000 water melons per day, while making a great ado about the dager of cholera. The long drouth in sections of Texas has been broken by heavy rains and tbe farmers are preparing for seeding. The International Peace Congress at Berne decided to hold the next Iii!rna tional Congress at Chicago in 1S93. Senator Hill will make the leading speech at the great Tammany ratification meeting in New York in September. Late in the season as it is, rains have male it possible for Lower Rio Grande V.dley farmers to begin planting corn. A Hnrrisburg sage says that the noises of railroads are driving bats away from civilization and they are becoming ex tinct. The "Williamsport, Pa., "Wire Rope Company has just made for an Omaha street railway a wire rope 35,000 feet long. Thirty Hebrew families, comprising almost the entire population of the ham l't of Ziontowu, N. J., are on the verge of starvation. Eleven French-Canadian Roman Cath olics at Maskiuonge have publicly ab jured their faith and become members ofr Ihe Baptist Church. United States Senator Dawes has writ ten a letter announcing that he will not oe a candidate for re-election when his present term closes. Supreme Justice Somerby, of the Iron Hall, is at his home in Philadelphia He declares that the institution is in a sound financial condition. Mad. Loysou, wife of Pere Hyacinthe Loyson, has returned to America to conduct a series of parlor talks to women against Romanism. Shoman, the yacht's cook, who con cocted the story that Millionaire Sibley's part- had perished in Georgian Bay, is to be criminally prosecuted. Governor Abbott has issued a procla mation setting apart Oct. 21 next, the 400th anniversary of the discovery of America, as a general holiday in New Jersey. Grand Master Swreney, of the Switch men's Order, has returned to Chicago. He admits that the late strike at Buffalo nad no chance of success, but denies that he was insincere in his course. The English seem to have got ahead of the Russians in Afghanistan. The Ameer Pas practically put himself under British protection, and asks their aid and advice against the hostile action of Russia. Mr. Morley's appointment of George Fottral as under-secretary for Ireland, .ias giTen great satisfaction in Ireland, and is hailed with general delight as the advent of a genuine Irish administra tion. Mavroyeni Bey, the Turkish minister, says the alleged interview in which he ia reported to have said that the sultan should make reparation for the outrages at Keeuia was utterly without founda tion. An official report on the Russian crops eays that the winter crops in all the proviuces except sixteen are iu a satisfac tory condition. The condition of the summer crops is unsatisfactory in nine teen proviuces. The principal leaders of the striking miners in Tennessee are being arrested. George Monroe, leader of the Coal Creek miners has been sent to jail on a charge of murder. One hundred miners were arrested at Oliver Springs. Robert Livingston Cutting, Jr., the New York society man who married Minnie Seligman, the actress, will go on the stage. It is the first instance of a male member of New York's ufour hun dred" becoming an actor. According to a report just issued, the number of immigrants landed during the fiscal year ended Juue 30 was 619, 320, of which number 180.622 came from Germany, 117,063 from the British Isles, S-i.259 from Rnssia aud 60,944 from Italy. Great Britain has received an invita tion from the United States Government to take part in the naval parade in April next in connection with the Colum'u- celebration, and has accepted it. Si e j will probably send some of her first-class ! war ships. E. J. D ckert, of New Orleans, has called for a convention of representatives from each branch of the lion Hall, to meet at Indianapolis, September 15. to elect new supreme ofneors, reorganize the lodge laws, and take the order out of the receivership, Fffi EffS n eaESga y - LIZZIE BORDEN IN COURT. Investigation or the Murder Mystery o Fall River, 3Iass. There have been some sensational de velopments in the investigation of ths Borden murder mystery at Fall River, Mass., but nothing as yet to fix the crime very clearly upon Lizzie Borden. This remarkable young woman continues to bear herself in the most composed maD uer. " The testimony of Bridget Sullivan, the servant girl, was to the effect that she was asleep when the murder was com mitted, and was aroused by Lizzie Bor den's voice. Under the lead of District Attorney Knowlton, she gave a minute description of the happenings on the morning of the- murder, the object being to show that nobody but Lizzie Borden could possibly have been the criminal. Dr. Dolan testified as to his examina tion of the wounds of the murdered Bor dens. He created a sensation when he admitted that the heads had been re moved from the murdered bodies by or der of the District Attorney, and that the skulls were in his possession. The testimony of John V. Moore, the uncle of the Borden girls, tended to throw doubt on the stories of quarrels and ill feeling in the Borden family. The cross-examination failed to shake Bridget Sullivan's testimony. It is con ceded that the District Attorney did not draw out all of the servant's evidence, and the defence also avoided doing so. Little doubt is entertained that Lizzie Borden will be held for trial. Slight discrepancies were shown by witnesses to have occurred in Lizzie Borden's statements after the fire, but the most important evidence related to the fact that there were no signs of blood on her clothing or hands, and no evidence of excitement or exertion such as would naturally have follow ed the murder. It is said that the defence will introduce new and important evidence in confir mation of Dr. Han dy's story as toastrange man being seen on the Borden premises an hour before the tragedy. Dr. Wood testified on Tuesday that by analysis he found no traces of poison in the stomachs of Mr. or Mrs. Borden, the victims. He also testified that no traces of blood can be found on the clothing of Lizzie Borden nor on the hatchets found on the premises. It is believed that this evidence establishes the innocence of Lizzie Borden, the daughter, accused of murdering her parents. Miners Entombed. A terrible mining accident occurea at the Parkslip coal pit, near Bridgend, a mining town in Glamorganshire, "Wales. The day shift of miners had not long been in the mine before a heavy explosion was heard. The ground trembled with its force. The day shift comprises 150 men, and their relatives and friendr rushed to the mouth of the pit to learn the extent of the disaster. The explosion had caused the earth and rock to fall and the mouch of the pit was closed. Not a single man of the 150 made his es cape. Forty -one of the entombed miners were rescued after two days of labor, two of whom afterward died. It is feared that all the other miners are dead. Prof. Tottcn's Latest Warning. Professor Totten is out with another warning. He now announces that he has just unsealed the whole book of Dan iel, aud that by means of the key it cover and sweeps into its comprehensive scope the straight sequence of time from Adam to the year 6001 A. M. "We nre now in the year 5891 A. M. (our 1892 A. D.) The Professor says that he is firmly convinced that during .the jubilee year, 1895 6, A. D., reckoniug from the September equi nox to equinox, the clouds now gather ing upon all sides will culminate. The professor, however refuses to appoint a day or an hour. A Gladtonlan Triumph. John Morley, Mr. Gladstone's Chief Secretary for Ireland, has been re-elected to Parliament from Newcastle by 1,739 majority. Mr. Morley was the only member of Gladstone's cabinet whom the Tories opposed. As his (Mr. Morley's) majority in the recent general election was less than 200. the Tories hoped to de feat him and administer a blow to the home rule programme. His success is regarded as a great home rule triumph, and will strengthen Mr. Gladstone's hands. He received the united Irish vote, but many of the labor party voted against him. Russia and England. It is stated from St. Petersburg that M. De Staal, the Russian Ambassador to England, has entered upon an exchange of views on the Pamirs question with Lord Roseberry, the British . Foreign Secretary, and that a satisfactory settle ment is likely to result. 20 Deserters from the Cruiser Boston. An enlisted man on the United States cruiser Boston writes from Mare Island Navy Yard : " There have been about '.wenty deserters from the Boston siuce he arrived off Mare Island, besides eighteen men discharged and four trans ferred to the hospital. " Cholera In England. The cholera has made its appearance in England and three fatal cases have appeared at Gravesend, near London. No vessel from Hamburg is allowed to land and extraordinary precautions are being taken. Returning steamers are begin ning to be crowded with American tour ists. Want no Monkey Talk. Owners of the phonograph patent rights for Europe won't sell or lease one of their machines to Professor Garner, who wants to take it to Gaboon in fur therance of his mission to prove that monkey-language has quite as definite meaning as the Queen's English. Irish Cricketers Coming. A team of Irish gentlemen cricketers is on its way to this country. The team Is considerably stronger than that which maue a tour of America in 1888. They will play in New York, Pnil .delphia, Boston, Baltimore, Chicago and Canada, .ti a rr,ATk. ex-aovernor of New York State, died at his home in Canan daigua, N. Y., Tuesday. His death was caused by a general breaking down m uis health, due to old age. A cloudburst took place at Roanoke. Va , Tuesday, causing $100,000 damage in twenty minutes. One man fell into a sewer and was drowned, and two othei lives are believed to have been lost. The general feeling in the maritime provinces of Canada regarding President Harrison's retaliatory message is one of tU will to the United States. It is not known what action will bo taken by the Canadian Government. The stage of tbe big Metropolitan Opera House in New York was des troyed by fire, and the magnificent audi ;oriummuch damaged. The loss was f300,000. It will be repaired. The ouilding cost $2,000,000. Two mines at "Wardner, Ida., worked oy union men, have been closed by Gen Curtis, who declines to allow union laboi Co be employed in any part of the coun iry. Citizena are beginning to chafe un der the restraints of martial law. Information having been received by the State and Treasury Department that cholera has broken out at Hamburg md Havre, Btrict orders were issued tc the Customs and Health officials at the ports of entry to carefully inspect all em migrants and to disinfect their baggage. The Executive Committee of fie In ternational Conference of State Boards of Health met this week at Indianapo lis to take precautionary measures. A suggestion was received that the Presi dent be petitioned to forbid immigration during the prevalence of the cholera epi demic. New York officials are taking every precaution to prevent the introduction of cholera. All incoming vessels are closely examined, and those which hail from infected ports will be quarantined. A number of immigrants were detained by the health authorities, but will prob ably be released shortly. GENERAL MARKET REPORT. The Week's Quotations From tin Trade Centers. NEW YOKK.-Giia is Wheat. No. 2 red. Sn)c. a 814c. ; rye. 64c. a 66c. : corn. No. 'J. 67c. a 65c: oats. No. 2. 39c. a39c.: Paovis loss Lard rrlme. $7.50 a ;8.12: tallow. j5-16c.: butter, creamery State ami Pennsyi ranin, 24c.: cheese, full cream. 9J4'.: skims, choice. 7J4c; eggs. 21c; pork, family. $16.50 a $17.00; dressed hogs, 6ca7Hc; dressed beef, Tc. a9c Timothy Seed, 81.60 a $1.70. Ham ano Stkaw No. 1 tiinothvrper 100 pounds, COc; clover. 65c; straw. No. 1 rye, 60c: oat. 40c Feed Bran 65c a67Hc; Middlings, 75c a 60c Livestock Hogs. $5.20aS5.90 per 100 lbs.; Talves. $5.00 a $7.75; sheep. $4.00 a $5.23; lambs, $4.25 a $6.60: milch cows. $25.00 a 350.00. Poultbt Fowls, hens. 12c; old roosters. He: spring chickens. 12c. a 18c. Dressed Poultry Fowls. 13c ; broilers, 14c Hides Country slaughtered cows. 5c; bulls, 6c : calf skins, salted, 6c : green, 5c BALTIMORE. GltAlN Southern wheat. Wc; corn, yellow. 60c; white. 58c: oats. No. 2 white. 43Hj.: rye. No. 2, 78c. Pno visioss Butter creamery. 24c; tubs, 17c; eggs.2Ic; cotton. 7c. PHILADELPHIA.-Whe.vt. -No. 2 State red, 81c; coru. No. 2. 60c; oats. No. 2 white, 41c; bntter, State creamery, prints, 83$c.: eggs. 22c. A DAY'S OUTING Al BAT KIIXJET Boating, bathing. Ashing crabbing. Bulling; a ride on steamer Columbia, sixty miles, for 10 cents; picnic groves. riding horses, merry-go-iounds, electric and gravity roads, free concerts. B. A O. trains at 9:15 a. in.. LoO p. in.. -i .-38 p.m. Sundays 9:35 a. m., 1:30 p m, 3J5 p. m. SI rouna trip. SOFT CRAB SUPPERS AT BAY RIDGE. Free roncerts by Hungarian Band while meal is in progress B, feO. trains at 9:15 a, m.. 1:30 p. m.. 4 .-26 p. m, Sundays 9.-35 a.m., 1:30 p. il 3.15 p. m. $1 round trip. Tlios. H . Clarke, KEAL ESTATE AND LOANS, 90S F Street, N. W., Washington, D. C MMWMMi ADVERTISERS can learn the exact cos1 of any proposed line o advertising in AmericaD papers by addressing Geo. P. Rowell & Co Newspaper Advertising Burau, lO Spruoa St., Nrw York. iisr w r-- -l-oe 6U J Book Agent TFanleataS'ti .HEo, BEECHER. y Lyman Abbott and Rat. 8. 8. Ham.. wanted In every tovrrf 8n5!?acher- Aeata txSeflt 3feuZ2Zg& " 8a tha fan onw bT ii VAuor an ajrenCTai AQQrm, WINTER & CO.,PubHah. riftj Cents Per Week $5 CASH 50c, 3Pei- Week Will boy yon a home CITY OF BOWIE. in. thr so CTS. 2H WEEK. Tbe first opportunity offered colored people to Bejare Ilomea on Weekly payments oi J 'entc a week or Two Dollars per month 1800 LOTS FH SHE. In the city of Bowie, State c j Maryland. Only 20 minutes ride from Washington. Double irack 22 trains stop daily. Fare to am rom Washington, only Six ceut by commutation ticket. The junc tion of the Baltimore and Poto mac and Pope Creek Eailroaj Telegmph aud Express offices The best depot on the Baltimore and Pot "c ra Iroad. Stons. churches an hools already built, The most healthful ppot in iL State of Maryland. Title to prop erty perfect. No Taxes, and pur chasers of lots will receive their deeds, with certificate of title "Free." PAIGE DF LOTS ONLY SlOfl. Terms of Purchase: five do lars cash and two dollnrs i e month, wish no iutereet. Llail cash, 10 percent discount; all cash 20 per cent discount. Money will be advance-; to par tits desirine: to build. If a husband purchaser dito before his purchase is completed, a deed in tee will be fjiven to his widow, if the property nae beer improved, or if not. tbe amount already paid will he returned her The above presents an opportu nity never before offered the Col ored people of the city ot Wash ington to secure a valuable lot, either as an investment or for a home on monthly payment:', and at the same time, entitled theii to a vote and a voice iu the Gov ernment of the conutry. Those who apply first,' will have the first choice of lots. Already many have made tbeir homes in the uCify of Bowie,' and Iots'purchased on the above terms should double in value with in tbe next six months For further information apply to "W. Calvin Chase, Agent, 1109 I St., n. w 0radVfP9r?BlrU3:KlllSTGTCN Owner, 505 D St., n. w., Washington, D, C CAPITAL SAVINGS BANK OF WASHINGTON, D. C. 804 F St, n. w. Keceives deposits, loans money trausactsa geue.-al baukug bust ness. Location central end con venient. F street cars and hcrdic run in front oi our door 9th 5t cars run a few rods east of our building 7th street and lltb at. cars only two block away. Dr. C. B. Purvis, L. C. Bailey. Officers: President, JD0. R. LjlJch Vice-Pres., Joseph W. Cole Cashier, Douglass B. McCary Treasurer, L. C. Bailey Secretary, II. . Baker DIRECTORS. Jno. R. Lynch, L. C. Bailey, TiephA ' Cole W- McKinlaV John A. Pierre, . J. A Lewi W.E. Matthews, J. "K. 'Wilder W. S. Montgomery, W ?rarf ord "Jes Storum, W.S. Lofton J. A. Johnson A. W.Tancil, H.E.Baker, Mont Strickland, FIH1 SB02Sc Ho. 939. Pennsylvania Ave, A. H Washington D C. BROWN'S IRON ?ir. Cures Dyspepsia. 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