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MW BROTHERS. OUB HAL UK Sill Will be continued throughout tho entire month of j-unrsr. WHEN POSITIVE BARGAINS Will be offered, throughout the entire establishment. Everybody in want of Dry Goods and Carpets should avail themselves of this oppor tunity, as we offer great in ducements. SPECIAL NOTICE SILKS. Our stock on band will be sold nt OLD PRICES, wbiob will be a saving of 30 -Per-Cent. Don’t neglect to purchase be fore the advance. 121&123State-st. illicliigan-av. and Tivcnly^eond-sL UMBELS’. UMBELS’. TO 1C ENT. To Rent, IN 11 BUILDIHG, Two very desirable Fire- Proof Offices on second floor, and one on third floor. Apply to WM. C. BOW, 8 Tribune Building. STORES fob H.H3STT. ——j_———Homing, mi Wa»|ihiKUm.«|. I*ItOI‘OSA»,N. TO Bailroei Contractors. Brown, Hownitl afc Co., Lessees of tho Lake Krto ft I.ouUvllle Hallway, win rn. cclvnkualeil propu«nlsuntil July is, ihtu. forth** umi. and irack-lnvlnj for tin* oxmu slon of «sld Kutlwnv from Cello*. Oliln, m * ixtlni nt or near Monclr, Indium. (uli.na afev-two J'ronio amt specification* mu/be w.-i-u on and nftcrJulyTst their oillce. In Hm Union Pluck, Urns, Oblo. Muntlily payments will be uisdu In c;wli. TllOB. 11. JOHNSON. . Chief* Engineer. Proi>os/U.n i'ok AiniV nV;i»- J,. idle*, 6FHOK OF PUliqiAßlN’tt AND I)KI*or COMO MIBSAUV. .N’d. a Kail W*«li(ni;n>ii-*t., > „ j, • . Dhlnico, 111., .luutcnl. I*7». S .Sealed Propoaila, Id duplicate, wlili a copy of DU* attached, will I* received unilfu o'clock p/ di.. Tueaday, July a, tHTii. fur fimilihlui; Dm hull autyuce Department. U. K Army, in he uclhcradnt •ucli place* (11 DU* city a* may lie rei|uin-d. iby/TH a* liaeuu. clear aide*. In new enuulr*. rho Paeon to be from niuilliiiii-iUodliou*. thorottrh- IV curwl and moked, amt well dried. Uld* will be received fur the whole or any part of (lie amount atH'ed. which I* to ho lucreaied or decreased ■* Way bo reunited at the time of oi'culiiu. Hropuatla will Im received »übjnct to the uaual rondl wrvod* Uk * tie to DJjuct any or all bid* U re* OitLh*!!* propoaaia. or further Information, will bn fur* vUlied on application at thla muon. At. V. SMALL Pw!k‘ #nai ‘ h » ; «ii iuii.\ OytlOß of SuriKTutno Ak-’fitvot, ) TMNAtUIIV lIKPaurMBNT. V g,,.,. ’„„ ,w**msuT«K, h. c.. July 11, i«t». j Jwill be received nt Dili oftlce until delU.»rVnir tl ?ri? , « ‘J I ** J«lT* IBW. for lumlihllut, u,l, »* in place complete. Die cast iE?..« «c s,VV7 rcu fortho Veiled Bute* Ciuiom l« «& 5& 'i}\h tt.mi.'ESK 1 "'” * l .IAS. O. lIII.U —^SupcrvUlne Archllccl. fl.o uu. FLOUR. If you ivimt tlio Best at Lowest Prices, buy it at C. JEVNE’S, 110 X-112 E. Madisou-st, OPAUANTKKU AXI> lIKMVEKEP FItKK. IN THE TOILS. MENM UNIIEItWEA-11. MEN’S CIMRWEAR. WILSON BROS. Offer to close, several linos of Fancy Balhrlggun and Lisin Thread Underwear at GUFATLY ItFDUCFD prices. Tliose goods are tills year’s Importations, ami quite desirable. Their stock, for magnitude, variety, and price, is not equaled. HOSIERY. They call special attention to iheit* niicqnalcd assortment ol* JUcirsllnir-Uo.sc> In Medium and l-'lne Goods, In all the newest shades ol* iStiKlish, French, and GENUINE iialbrig-gan makes. LINEN HDKFS. Tills donnrtmont includes tlio latest novel ties in Fancy French Hemstitched Goods nt inn eh be low the regular prices. Special attention Called to their ‘White Cambric lldkfs., pure linen, mid hemmed, at $1.75, $2.25, $2.75, $5.50, and $4.00 per doz. BOYS’ SDIRT WAISTS. To close their entire stock of these goods, of their own manu facture, at from 25 PER CEJNT to 3it PER CENT BELOW regular prices. 67 & 69 fasliiton-st, Chicaii cmcimTi. st. Louis. SHIRTS WILSON BROS. Use only the best mate rials, employ none but skilled help in their manufacturing depart ment, and produce goods not equaled in QUALITY. FINISH, and PRICE. They open this morn ing a NEW LINE of IM PORTED FANCY SHIRTINGS; styles new and attractive. 67 & 69 Wasliinglon-sl., Chicago. CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. JLAKi: NAVIGATION* FOB, BUFFALO; TUB WESTERN TUANSI’ORTATTON 4 UNION STEAMBOAT CO.’S STEAMERS Will leave ai fellows for above aud Intermediate IKJlIltl! £td|NTAIX CtTV,C«pt.atb»oa.Tueiitay,.tnlv S.Tp.ni. H lll<r ' Tlmrwlny, .Mv in. 7 un. ONt-.IDA. (.apt. Jonn Saturday. July re, 7 |>.m. fcuuUi CUrk « U 0 *'“* ru,acc Tlfk-ots apply a( lie A. A. fIAMPI.K. Passenger Agent. GAJIIiS AM) GOODS. ~ iiKAi)QUAurkua*'VoTt'*' /\ AIU'HEItY, J \ LAWN TENNIS, rag—cuoquet* smr**! BASK BALL GOODS, J FISHING TACKLE, EjSiV/ And all Onl-Donr Sports. |*|n« Hows |H ffl r sail r uli IlmU made Pi order. Itcimlr* nR) Pig u *ppruny. -spnlilSiie's Journal u n of Aniermm neons." cuiti.iliilng rules, It* ■ U lllimiratloni. utul prices, furulslied free upon application. 'C3-. Hpnltllnfr Ss> Bros., UK JtAMMU.IMI-ST. THE SIDE-WHEEL 'VII,I, I.ItAVK I'hAHK-HT. IIRIDUK EVKKY U.IV AT OHIO A. 11, »« PS?SSKrftit2 m ««r « « lira** and dtrtuu Hand* on hoard. mar. Man.inr. EXCURSION. The Iron atdicwhcel ■(earner OUACIi iiititvm<ivi> will leave Clark-at. llrldae lor Wauaeifai Vi,,,.'d,.!’ July It), atl»:;j»a. 111.. callinir at Kvatuton. F*r?,*ti tvaimon and return, 60c; waukecau amt return %i HKNUV lIAUY, Maimitcn Jor and C. 8. 01*TICIA*K' MaMftggE DgßgM|M HuilqiNlj - Fine gptcticle* suited to *ll rtfhu on tcleattOfl prln* «lplc*. opera and Field UUmc*. Teletype*. Allctu* icwpc*. Barumeteri. tty. MCKCIi I*I.ATI.N’C<* NICKKJL PVj.VrilVOs CHICAGO NICKEL WORKS, (lor. Ohio uod Franklin-*!*, ErrtrsiVK aOKNTA under Ur. haan Adam*. Jr., and ollierv* proerwe*. I'alviiU'd. Are prepared H> do J'luDuk. IIEA'AUU OK havlair work doue by IN* FKIMiKUS. UrauchOfllcc. flMt itMHdoD»U—t. EDITATIONAI.. Mt. vKiirvow ixs ri’u Ti:, m Ml. Vrruuii i'lacr, IlaUhnure. MJ. Knslliii. _A la. .a,. , 1 Miuii ■ t„v. iiaiiiuivic. aiu. r.ii,n,u, J teiicb. *od Uvnuao Uoardluv amt Pay Dcho.n for Youua l.adtei. a Ursa cor|»* of I’tufcwurt. ThaOiHU onuu*l ifMlon will miuuicuce Bent. I*. For circular* ■ddte** Die Prtuclnali, ilUs. MAKY J. JUNth tud AIUS. ti. MiiiLA'.O A Field Adherence to tho Mom roo Doctrine Generally Favored. How Clminnan Hnbboll, of tho Con cressioiml Commitio?, Put His Foot in It. JoiT Darls Declines to Accept the Mis* sissippi Soimtorslilp. Treasury Older Regarding tlio Appoiut- ATTBACTINO TUB ATTENTION OV TUB OOVBRN- Washington, D. C., July 7.— lt (a believed in Administration circles tlmt the question of Die construction of the Darien Canal will shortly imvo to ho dealt with by this Govern ment. The European agitation in favor of this project, especially in France, is assuming such proportions that It is not Impossible that the subject will be considered by the Cabinet at an early day. The general temnor of our leading public men of both political parties is strongly In favor of a rigid adherence to the Monroe Doctrine. None of them would like to see such no undertaking as the Darien Canal under the control of foreigners. They would prefer Hint the work be organized and managed as is the Panama Railroad, since It Is owned by a corporation organized un der the laws of the State of New York. TJicy would not even consent to Invent dm canal with an International character, and stipulate by treaty with the great Powers of Europe *lind South American (Sovernments that it should bo regarded as a privileged hizhwav forever upon to all tliu world. According to a Cabinet ofllccr, thu problem will bo difficult to solve unless the United States 1r prepared to osalst this work by loaning Its credit to k All) IN ITS CONSTRUCTION, or unless the Company Is organized under an act. of Congress or by some one of the Stale Legislatures. If the ennui Is built under the auspices of an American Company, it would make no difference how much foreign capital was Invested in the enterprise, it U the opinion of tins Cabinet officer In question that M. Do Lessen* u»d those associated with him will not be slow to perceive, If they do nut realize It already, that thu canal must bo an American Institution, and that unless It Is made so the United States cannot with u proper regard to the Interests'of Us citizens sanction Its construction. The Pacific Hailraad'nnd con necting lines this side of the Mississippi arc said to ho hostile to the* Darien Canal project. Th« railroad representatives urge there is no neces sity for n canal, especially us them will soon ho iwo additional railroad lines across the conti nent. The railroad element will doubtless bo n strong one, should the canal project ever bo broucht.bcforc Congress. sfianin’.s. Washington, I). C., July r.—Thc Rrenln/j Star publishes this story: “There/ Is a now phase of thu btimdar niudo by Chairman Hub* bell, of the Ucuublieon Congressional. Commit tee, in mistaking Congressman Oscar Turner, of Kentucky, for Chairman Robinson, of thu Ohio State Republican Committee, and soliciting him to aid thu Greenback organ, the Rational View, It Is said Unit the other members of the Con gressional Committee, in order to throw thu onus of the blunder on Uubbell, and uot on thu Committee, had prepared thu text of a circular which it was proposed to Issue setting forth that the aid solicited for the paper was solely on Ilpbhcll'a responsibility, mid that the Committee had nothing to do with It. It is alleged Unit when lluhhell heard of the circular, he told his colleagues on the Committee Unit they could Issue the circular If they saw lit, but if they did he would repudiate its truthfulness under his own signature; that he admitted ho had made a blunder, but that the subject of sus taining the paper had been opcnlv discussed in the meetings of the Committee and recommend ed, and that he didn't propose to bo made anv further a scapegoat in this ludicrous mistake.*' CADET APPOINTMENTS. 11U1.K3 GOVnitNINO TUB BAMB. SuecUit flitpaleh la The Tribune. Washington, D. C., July 7.—New Congress men arc l iborlng under general misapprehen sion with regard to thu appointments of mili tary and naval cadets. It Is commonly believed by them that at the beginning of every term each member Is entitled to appoint one cadet to Annapolis and one'to West Paint. Very many have recently been mistaken lu this particular. The appointment of cadets Is the privilege of the district and not of the member, and the ap pointments each year are always equal to the number of the graduating class, mid all candidates for appointments must he nominated one year lu advance. It happens that ah outgoing member may nom inal** a uulet for a vacancy which may mit occur until (lie end of the tlrst veur of hts successor's term hr Congress. Tim same Is true of AnnupolU. i’reiddcnt liayes has not been able to appoint any cadets yet, as the recent amend ment to the law dues not allow mure than ten Presidential appointees at one time. TITR COURTS. L.iUORINit U.VPRIt KDHAHHAst.'IMENTS, StieiUal IHipntch to Tht Tribune. Washington, D. C., Jolv 7.-rTIi« work of th« United Status Courts Is already tempqfurilv, thoutrh somewhat seriously, dlnarriinuud lu con sequence of the Judicial Appropriations bill. Heretofore tbo provisions for tlio courts hus usually been made two or tlireu months before the close of tbo fiscal year, giving ample time for the submission by Marshals ami accounting ollU'cr* of tholr estimates bused upon the ap propriations, Tbo Dill for tbo present Ureal vvur ba* not yet been entered upon tbo book* of tbo Treasury, ami, as a consequence, no money U yet available for tbo preliminary operations of tbo courts, tbo terms of which nro about to commouce. Many applications bnvu been received at tbo Attoroey-llcucraJ's olllco from Marshals, Judges, and other Judicial ol flululs for copies of the law recently passed in order that they may be governed br Us pro visions, but no olliclal copies have yet been provided for tbo Department, and these call* can t be filled for some days. Another question will probably arise to make confusion. The old Jury law required that the pauels should bo completed fifteen days before ami m's'illl'i'h ?, te ™ ol 1110 ™« r l. flu "lomii 111 , LlIr " | l n “ «ml othi'r State, llm tuuila b tvo m,* beirmi i h.ir sssrsz wm 01 THE SITUATION", AS VIBWKD FUOU AN INDICFHNI»» NT DKIiofUATIO hTANID'OINT-HOW TUB BXTKA SBSBION »IAS AKVXCTKU TUB POSITION OK TilK IXBOUTIVK A*w fork IhmliTi IVuttutiginn o»rrt»uo’natHoo Tlie remarkable good feellmj which manifested ItseU between tbo members of the two parties uu the adjournment of Congress showed that both sides were conscious that there was not, TUESDAY. JULY 8, 1879-TWELVE PAGESL WASHINGTON. The Darien Canal Scheme Attracting Govern ment Attention. mont of Union Soldiers. TnE CAKATj SCmCMK. MUST. Special Plepateh In The. Tribune. AN ENTUUIMUSC PURELY AMERICAN, IIUBBELL’S BLUNDER. ANU WHAT HZ HATH AIIOUT IT. Sv'rtnl DitvatrH to The. Trtbtine. After nil, much at stage In the lone *nd often hitter struggle of the extra session, uml timt the three month* mid a half were spent, nnt hi sav ing Hie country or destroying It* liberties, but In maneuvering for political position. The Demo crat* have gone homo apparently In a* good spirits a* the Republicans. They whisper to each other, "At any rale we have kept the party together"! while the Kuptabllt tum wink at each other umi oar, with a quiet Chuckle, “Well, w« have managed to reunite our party once more," lint neither aide la confident of tho future, and both arc anxiously looking for the result ol the fall election* to Indicate what the people think. The President has, It Is generally admitted, been the greatest and perhaps the only real (miner by the ledlou* extra scaakm. It has made him a force In Ida party. The Adminis tration haa become In the lust three months the head of the party, und though there are *llll vigorous malcontents like Blaine and Conkllng, who Btlr up a perpetual revolt against the Presi dent they put Into (lie White House. Mr. Hates ha* now the great body of Republican Repre aentutlvea standing by hlm.mml it must bu**M tlmt be lias never overestimated the character and Weight of the Scnaiortol opjmsttlon to him. He frequently says that a quarrel between a President and the leaders of his party In the Hen ate Is the normal condition of American politic*. It ha* never alarmed him, and it will nut hereafter Inconvenience him even, 'there ate already straws which show that the anti*Ad ministration Republican lender* in the bennte have carried their colleagues further than they will ever carry them hereafter tn opposition to me President. There is a growing Impression among the Republicans that Mr. Hayes I* n re markably cool land; patient, wary, not capable ol getting seared; a shrewd ami long-headed politician, mid a far wiser nml safer party lender than the irate Senators who have vainly buttled against him so often. Those Republicans who arc without an after thought umUlmplv desirous of the success of iticlr party are going home with greatly Increas ed conlldunco in Mr. Haves, and the faith that be is on the whole the best lender for them, par ticularly when elections are at hand. Thu fac tious uppoKttlou of Heouhllcan .Senators has lost them botli Inlluencc and adherents of tale. Mr. Conkling tried In vain to gel Hie Now York del egation In Hie House to vole against tilt: Armv hill. Mr. Chandler met with the sumo 111 sue’- cc*s with the Michigan delegation. (Jen. (iar tlcld, who was understood to represent the Pres ident, easily beat them both, amt knows It. The Democrats still underrate Mr. Hayes, which la loutish of them. They say that lm docs not always perform what he promises, which Is probably true as regards offices, for In *uch matters bo Is apt loud upon Ills latest Halits. I’lity arc naturally irritated.at the latest 1 veto. line they have themselves to blame for this, m well as the- preceding checks they have met with, and, when they gut cooler, Hie sensi ble men among them will come to the conclu sion that the President Is a more formidable man to have a* an opponent than all the noil- Administration Republicans in a bunch, mid tlmt If ft should occur to the mass of the’Ue publican politicians to frankly accept his leader ship and guidance, and range themselves along side of tiie Administration, a thought which has found secure looemcnt in the brains of n number of them since the extra session began, Mm Democrats would have a fur more difficult task In 18SU than Hn*v have so tar anticipated. Both parties enter reludmuly upon 'he full canvass. The Republican* are n little afraid of their safetj on the currency Issue alone. They will try to mix o Itillo of the •• Rebel yell ’* In with the other Issues. The Democrats arc for the present at a loss whether Kiev ought to make troops at. the noils or Mr. ICwhig’s cur rency notions the leading issue In their cam paign. Thu Republicans hope Hmt. by Hie sig nature of the Army.bill, they have gotten rid of the " troops ul the polls ” Nmic, hut they have for the most part n dread of the whole question of the troops and election Marshals, and would rather have It out of Hie wav. in tilt* they rtllfcr from me President, who. if he could make the issues ol this and next year’s campaign* for Ids parti* would tell them to bury the hlnodv slilrtand in a Rebel yelf forever, stop the dreary and useless light against Hi,. Southerners, mu), while looking to new ones tloiißto engage the attention ol Hie country, lake Hie ground boldly that the auuor vision of Federal elections hy Federal officers, Including both Supervlhors ami Marshals, 1* proper, necessary, mid ought never to bo given up; Hint the present Federal Flection law* may need amendment, hut that they ought never to be repealed, mid may perhaps hi some particular* need to he made more comprehon slvo mid rigorous. Hu nut only believe* tins, hut he believe* that a majority of the voters throughout Hie country agree with him. Aside from this, there I* reason to believe that he would favor, and mov lodcea take the earliest opportunity to publicly recommend, a comprehensive system of tutDlle Improvement*, Including the Mississippi River ami Its tribute ries and other Internal navigation works, to which he would add liberal mid judicious, though nut extravagant, subsidies to steam mail lines, which would connect our porUi with llioso of Central mid South America, with a view to the rapid and large Increase of our commerce with all the countries south of us on tbls conti nent. Ho would probably seek to form advan tageous commercial treaties with these coun tries, lie would like to see a North und South American commercial confederation formed, and It would not be surprising if bo should ad dress Congress on Hie subject In December. What kind of a reception such a policy would meet with from the hlde-bouiiu Republican leaders who have spent Hu: winter and spring in bowling about the Rebellion It Is difficult to foretell; but, If one may Judge from what Is said here tn private discussion on such subjects ns this, It seems certain Unit tf Mr. Have* should boldly recommend a distinct policy of this kind In tils next annual me**ng« lie would not need to cure lor Hie opposition of the Senatorial mal content* who have hitherto opposed him. There Is some reason to believe that Hie extra tension lias made him strong enough with hi* party, tn Id* own Imllof, in venturo on such new ground in December. Rue Hie result of the fall elec tion* will have a good deal of Inlluencc on his mind. Thera Is a rumorciirrent horo that the Grant Republican* are quietly preparing what some ol them are said to speak of n« a " Waterloo lor Hie Administration In Ohio.** The plan is, this rumor asserts, not only to heat Mr. Foster, but to let the Legislature be Democratic, so as to show the party In other Hiatus that the Administration, though It may carry u convention, eunnot oleet anybody, it is u little curious Hint along with tlilsrnmorninsanoiher, undoubtedly well founded, Hint Hie astute Mr. rilden recently told a Georgia politician that New\ork would go Republican this fall, but Mint till* Would not necessarily tie fatal to Hie Drmnerutle hope* In ISfiO. Thu* the Ttldeu movement and the Grunt movement people would seem (o be plsylng the mime little game of mining in order Hie more certainly |o rule. it shows, singularly, what diverse idea* pre vail In tiie Republican party Just now, Hint, while tin* Administration would gre.ully prefer such a pulley of new Ideas amt of good will be tween the auction* us is outlined above, the stal warts talk of instructing Hio Southern Repum bean leader* next year, after the Convention, nut to organize the putty In auv Southern Mute, or at least unv of the Cotton Hiatus, lint toeuina North mid help to make a ‘‘Solid North.” by lecture* mid speeches, giving blood curdling ac count* of Southern terrorism, bulldozing, und nuero-IHllliig. There I* something so lamenta bly barren about su.-h a programme as tins that It Is almost laughable, but there is good author- Itv for saying Him this Is the "stalwart" Ru publican programme lor I£3o. NOTKS AND NKWS. TUB MAItSIIALB. Special ■lHtixilch to The Tribune, Washington’, I). C., July 7.—'Thero Is au thority tor the stutemeut that Iho dispatch of Attorney-General Demis to Marshal Matthews, of Michigan, was sent after full conference with tiie President'.- It undoubtedly represents, therefore, the portion of the Administration on the subject of keeping the court* open. ÜBOUQH W. IIAZBLTON, of Wisconsin, who appointed u mem ber of the House Committee ou the District of Columbia, m place of here for some time to f«mlll|Hte himself with the duties of his now position, JKVF IMVIB, A letter received from Mississippi from Jcf fereon Davis, referring lo the reports. that iho name of Mr. Davis would bo to the Mississippi Legislature as a candidate Jor Uie United States Senate, says: •* You may tqjltra dlct It pusitiroiy mid with authority." OLOVKII'U ÜBfOllT. The abstract of (Hover's report, as printed in. a sensational New York paper, contains uolhlng which was uew, and which has uot been known here fur many months. It is a tissue of false hood and sensation which could he refuted probably in every particular If It was worth while to pay any attention to such worthless es parto evidence. INTER-STATE COMMERCE. Ilctursn, Hie author of the Intor-Sttlc Com merce hill, Is still here. lie says ho will press the bill upon the attention of the next regular session, and isconttdunt that it will receive more consideration by the Senate Commerce Commit tee than it did in the last Congress, when Conk- Hug was Chairman. Mr. Itcagau, however, ex pects very strong opposition from the railroads, particularly ns the new hill proposes to place their hooks and business wllldu the power of the Court APPOINTMENT CIIICCLAR. The following circular, which lias Just been Issued from the Treasury Department, seems to Indicate that Secretary Sherman Is determined to follow more closely than has hitherto been the ease the law which requires, other things being equal, that Federal appointments ho clveu to honorably discharged Union soldiers and sailors. The following is the circulars Thkasput DKCAtiTMEXT, OrncKorTiii: Szena- TAiiv, Washington - , July 'A.—To Collector! of C .utlnmi and Infernal Revenue. Aaiiiant «»*««</ alter principal njlieertof the Treamrv J)ep<yfment: Hereafter, when submitting nom inations forsppolntment to minor .il»nt« positions uniter your directum, you will slate, Institution to the other information now required, the service of the nominee lu the Union army or nary during the icehclllon. John.Siieioian, Secretary. CASUALTIES. BUUNKD TO DRATU. RtCtiMosi), Vn., July 3.—A distressing and unfortunate calamity occurred last night at tlic residence of Mr. Tliomaa Dolling, on Franklin Btrcet, by which his sister, MluLoa Bollmir, odo of the leading belles and beauties of till* city, lost her life to-day. The family of Mr. Holliag bolonir to the best society of Illelirnoml. Beside* his wife—a former Miss Avlctt—be bud living with him his sister, Mis Lou Bolling, and Mr. Hubert Hudgins, the latter as a boarder. Last meht, after a viry pleasant evening In the parlor and on the porch, the ladles retiied to their re spective rooms. The hour was about 11. When •Miss Dolling reached her apartment with a light ed piece of paper she Ignited the gas and threw the burning fragment on the hearth, blic turned to move to another portion of the room, imil In doing so the trull of her dress, which was thin and Inflammable, caught lire from the piece of burning paper, tine soon became enveloped in (lames. Her llrst knowledge of tin; terrible situation In which she was came from a sensa tion of heat at tier buck, mnl, looking round, she saw Uie flames us they blazed up. Sue at once called her slstcr-ln-low, Mrs. Dolling, from the next room, who, coming in ami unable to render any assistance, began to scream, in concert with the burning young lady, for help. Both the gentlemen, Mr. Bolling and Mr. Ifudcins, rushed up the stairs, and. though horrified at what thevsaw. endeavored to nave Miss Dolling. There were no rugs or blankets at hand, but a bedspread was used as quickly as passible, to lltic advan tage. By this time the entire dress of Miss Doll ing was consumed, mid she was in the most fearful agony. Miss Bolling’s injuries were ot the most painful character. The Body was one mass of roasted flesh, She lingered until half past lip. m. to-duy, when death put au end to her sufferings, Nbwcasti.h, I’a., July s.—Mias HheUa Kcnz, a German girl, aged 17, of this dly, met with a terrible death yesterday afternoon, br Per dress catching from a flrc-cracltrr while walking up street. When opposite the Cochran House, her drew was discovered to lie In Himes, hut she was unconscious of the fact until several gentle men called to her mid rushed to the rescue. Being frightened, sho ran away from them through the Cochran Ifousolnto the back rani, where the flames were extinguished by the men throwing iludr coat* around her. Medical as sistance was rendered at once, but it was of no avail. Alter Intense suffering, she died at the hotel about Ifl .o’clock last night. DHOWNHP. Special Dltnahh to /v,« Tribune. Krokuk, ia., July 7.— -While the elcamnr Cricket was returning to this city from Quincy with an excursion last evening, a young man named IlcuryNoeull fell overboard mid was drowned. A hoy 7 years of age, named l*ot Putin, while idnying on n rnftlnst evening, fell between two ogs and disappeared. Neither of the bodies vere recovered. Sjt. I»auu Minn., .Inlv 7.—A Sioux Falls, Pal;., special to tin* /Yo«or-/'rw« says that Mrs. h. Leo mid babe, of that ekv. mid .Mr. mid Mrs. T hompsnn, of Heel Whiff, Minn., were drowned while nltcmptlinr to cross a swollen stream In n wagon. .Mr. Leo ami a young girl who were with the party escaped. Plowirft ro The. Tribune pAVUNroiiT. la., July T.—The son ofC. J. Hrown. n farmer back of Moline, was drowned while bathing In Hock River this after noon. Ills body was recovered. . Special Jtisaiueh m u-e nuuMKOTON, In., July y.-Fn-d Km bleb, ft.jont 18 vein * of age, was drowned in the river at this point this afternoon while bnlhlnr. The deceased was it tralo-hov on the C.. li. «fc Q. be tween this city and Otuuba. Ills parents reside In this city. UNirrcn tiik wurpxa. Special t)UpairJ> In 7 Tie Tribune. Janksvjm.k. Wls., July 7.—A voung man named Tiereo was Instantly killed hr the wav frclubt on Die St. I'nul Koad, about four miles west of Milton, Saturday afternoon. He was setting on tin* track, llu mangled remains worn taken to Ldgerton. Yount; Fierce's father lives u short distance from the place of the acci dent. >i AMiivtr.T.r, Tcnn., July 7.—. fames I’atlcrsoo. brokenmn on (lie Louisville A Nashville mnl (Jrcm Southern Hallways, was run <ovur mid literally cut In two at (Jlnsgow Jnuctlou to-day. mr.vAM’AY. Special t)i watch to The TWliin* CAm.iJiVtu.it. 111., July 7.-J. Llllemnn and wile this morning started for Ibis cltv in a two borso wauon, ami In truing down a steep bill the horses became frightened ami ran away, throw ing both out, breaking the skull of Mrs. Lilli man mid Inflicting other Injuries which will prove fuiul. Her hnshuid lies In a critical con dition, having received scvernl Internal Injuries from the fall, which mav result In bis death. I.KJUT.VINO, Srfrtrtl lUtmlrh to 7V TMbuni. nocußsrnii. Minn., July «, —Christian Miller, a farmer, was struck by lightning uml killed vcHtcrduv morning. Ills dollies wero nearly burueil oIT, disli curing him almost beyuud reeog union, lie leaves a wife, only having been mar ried thm» tmmtlia. Funeral to-day at Ujo Nor wegian Churcli. POISOXKI). efrfrlal liltpitich lit Th• 7'libuna- hx Ciiossb, tVIs., July 7-Dispatches from Lancshoro, Minn., to-day state that all of the mlcoii persons who were poisoned ou the l-ourth of July ure doing well, and HuppoHed to be out of dancer. No deaths have occurred. MirrtDKu snsPKCTKD. Fahminuton, Me., July 7.-The bodyof Lewis if. Libby, of Tointley, missing since Juue !is, ms found at, 1355 kl 10-iloy lu a hole in the roods, Iho bollet U Libby was murdered, OBITUARY Special WoalcH to 771# 7 >ibun* Janesviu.B, Wis., July 7.—fleorce Dcuhr, a prominent farmer and settler living west of this ritv. died last night. Hu funeral took plate 10-da> undercharge of the Masonic Lodge uf lids place. SAN i iUNCiHCO. July 7.—Milton J. Safford, son of Keubeu tislTord, ex-Chlol Justice of AU hams, and htmsell prominent in law and puli' lh sln that Hlate, died lu the City Deceiving Hospital on Saturday from cerebral hemor rhage, with which ho was attacked on the street. A/Vrl'i/ J>lie><Ucfl to Ihi I'iibitud. Atlanta, (la., July 7.— Dr. Alexander Clark, of Fltuburg.l’a., a prominent divine and editor, of the I’rotcslnnt Methodist Church, died to day at the executive Mansion. Dr. Clark was the guest of tiov. Colquitt, and had been sick for some weeks. SnuNcirißLi). 111., Julr 7.—00 r. Cullom was to-dav iiulillcd by telegraph of the death of A. M. Drown, County Judge uf I‘uluski County, wild will soou order a special election to till the Vacancy. FOREIGN. Germans Emigrating Largely to Escape the New Tariff. Arrangements lor Opening Sub scriptions to the Great Canal Scheme. A Very Gloomy Picture of Political Affairs in Russia. The Famous Military Qundrllnleral Now Kuown Only to History. SoloriefTs rollow-OoDspirator Condemned to Bo Hanged. OKUMANY. ANTICIPATING TUB NEW TAJUPf. London, July 7.—A dispatch from Berlin says: ‘‘The prospect now regarded certain of the early adoption of the high purtective tariff has caused the merchants to import large quantities of goods in advance, so aa to escape the Increased duties; hence a great falling of! of trade is feared after the new tariff shall be come a law. Bismarck, In the face of serious objections, Insists upon au incrcaao in the duly on foreign coro.” Another correspondent says: “Hie second reading of the Tariff bill being finished, the third reading will be merely formal, and the measure will probably be completed by Hutur day next, when It Is Intended to prorogue the HelchsUg. "'The Liberals nml Socialists made a desperate stand aim hit the duties cn coffee and petroleum, Ilerr Bebel declaring they would breed much discontent mid furnish a fresh stimulus for Social and Democratic agitation.” A dispatch from Berlin says that t>o new Ger man Consul-General to Samoa has received or ders to abstain from all Interference with Inter nal affairs. The suggestion of certain Interested parties that Germany shall annex Samoa, finds uo favor in high quarters. AN AGREEMENT. Berlin. July 7.—At yesterday’* sitting of the Bundesrath, at which Bhsmarcfc presided, the representatives of the different States arrived at an agreement respecting the altitude to bo observed by their respective Governments In re gard to the proposal of the Tariff Committee that any revenue on excess of 130,000.000 marks be distributed among the separate States. run compromise. Berlin, July 7.—ln the Reichstag to-day, Vurnbueler moved an addition to the motion of Frankenstein, adopted Juno 25, that the yield front the customs and tobacco taxes In excess of the fixed amount annually shall be remitted to the Federal Status In proportion to their population, the addition being that* the above provision shall come In force In April. IMO, and that the amounts obtained from the duties and taxes named front October, IS7O, to January, 18S0, In excess of the sum of 5:1,000.000 marks, shall bo deducted from Urn contributions of the several Status In proportion to llinlr population. This motion is believed to. be the outcome of the motion of ihu Buiidertralu yesterday In reference ti the same subject. appointment. The appointment of Herr Ruler, Under Secre tory of the Interior, to succeed Von Hobredit us Minister oi Finance, has been gazetted. THE NATIONAL LIHKRAL9. Berlin. Juuo 17. —A1l Mio National Liberals except two Imre decided to vole against the Tariff bill, but tbta is not likely to affect the result. SETTLED. fUinaleh In t'lnemnnlt Enqulrrr. Constantinople. July It—Tin- German Em bassy here have received unofiielal Inlormatlon that Uoumaniu has paid the eompensatlon de manded for the recent Illeiral arrest of German seamen on the Danube. A prompt settlement I ad been Imperatively asked for bf the Herman Consul at Bucharest. CHEAT TUUTATN, THE OAVri.B Til 4 DC. London, July “.—A Jntrugc, capahlo of accommodating 8,0 W) head of cattle, to facilitate (he Importation of Ameni'an rattle, will bo erected at Rarrowm Fumes?, Lancashire, and connected with the whole railway system of England. STIC 1K If, At Radsiock, Somerset County, 800 colliers have struck. THE FIINUNS. New York. July 7.—London dispatches sny O’Learr, Urn Fenian, has been permitted to visit Ireland temporarily on account of urgent pri vate business. Casey. ex-Fenian, was elected Coroner for East Limerick Comity. EMIGRANTS FOR MINNESOTA. London, July 7.—Two hundred and fifty emi grants Irom Iceland, bound to Minnesota, hav’o arrived nt (Irautou. FINE WEATHER PRAYED FOR. iilunUe/1 tu Ciiiciuuuli Knt/uiirr, London, July ft—The rain having fallen so long ami so heavily that It threatens to Inllict serious Injury upon tin? growing crops, tliu Archbishop of Canterbury has ordered the prayer for lino weather to be offered at all services of the Established English Church. HItUEP-ROT, Liverpool, Julv 7.— Thirteen hundred sheep from Boston, infected with foot and mouth dis ease, were slaughtered to-day. JPIWINU MATCH. London, July 7.—A rowing match between J. Kempslcr, Suudorknd, urn) .1. M, Keuley. liar towdu-Furuesii. fur JMU u side ami a level iiot of £IIX), over Hie Tyne course, was wou.bv Kemp ter by six lengths. SOUTH AFRICA. CKTVWAVO. London. July".—A jong telegram from Lord Chelmsford stale* that King Celywaro has not yet yielded to tho proposals made him. Linin', ('auuv. New York, July T.-A dispatch from Capo Town, June 17, via Loudon, save a Court of In <iuiry convened for (he purpose of examining Into the conduct of Lieut. Curov, In command of the scouting party to which the I'rtmo Im perial was attached at the time of his death. The Irlomls of the Lieutenant did uot under stand the position in which he stood toward the Prince, uml were not aware ho was expected to exercise auy special guardianship or caroovcr his person, t lie Court, however, goes on to cunsuru Idm for proceeding upon his reconnaissance without a suliirlent escort, for halting amt dlswumillng on dangerous ground, nets which betraved a de plorable want of military prudence. The Court regrets that no\attumpl was matin by l.ieut. Curev to rally hfc escort and to confront the euemy. Alter tho Court of Imjufry u court-martial was organized tu try the l.leiuenaat. Lieut. Carey sets up In his own defense that ho was not iu charge of tho party when the Prince was killed, and the evidence limit far aubmltlcd somewhat clears him of cowardice. SOUTH AMERICA. wait NBWSJ. Panama. Juuo 3S.—The AYar and Herald says passengers from tho south coast report a battle at Cuiama and tho capture of that post by the allied forces. Thu Chilian losses are said to be 1,600 killed. At Qulllsjua, oa tho Klyor Loa, a small ChUt- PRICE FIVE CEiVs? __ rj an advance guard was beaten; w • i ekilled ami tlio remainder captured. /. • Camperowas reported, on the lOth of Jane, within twenty mite* of Catama.ind resting pre paratory to an attack on the place. The Chilian Ironclad Blanca Encalada waa touch damaged in Hie conteat with the Iluaicar. and suffered also, it is said, in loss of life. Cant. J.afayc, of the Bolivian army, is a prls oner, haring engaged In a conspiracy to assassh note the Oeneral-lmCblcf of Bolivia. In the debt in Magdalena, the Colombia rcro* lutloiilsu were victorious. Several officers utul men of the battalion which figured so promt' ucnlly In Panama on the 17th of April wer# killed. Tlte British steamer Osprey has been ordered to Panama. The Colombian Senate has directed the Prcsl* dent to offer himself as a mediator between Chill aud Peru. TUJBSIA. Of.OOHT OOTLOOK. London, July 7.—A correspondent at Berlin draw* a gloomy picture of the state of Russia, owing to the Nihilists, the failure of the crops, mul Hie ravages of the corn-bcctlo. Fifty thousand rabies have been appropriated to ex terminate the beetle. SOLOVIEVAS ACCOMPLICE. London, July 7.—The oerson who supplied the pistol to Alexander Solovleff,’with which he attempted to assassinate the Emperor of Hussia on the Hih off April, physician from Weimar, Germany, who U also proved to havo procured tin? poison with which Solovlclt at tempted suicide after his failure to kill the Czar, and lo have owned the hoyc by means of which the assailants of Gen. MescntsofT attempted to escape. A telegram from St. Petersburg ou tliorltatlTolv states that ho has been scnteoccd to be hanged very shortly. iNCßNtmny pinrs. Sr. I'ETwnsnono, July T.—A lire at Irkutsk oa the 4th burned 400 houses. The officials •of Tula have received letters threatening the burning of that town. FRANCIS. TUB PANAMA CANAL PROJECT. Liverpool July “.—The .courier sari an agreement was signed on Saturday on behalf of the original promoters of the Panama Canal scheme, vesting their rights In He Lessens .is the representative of the future shareholders of the Intcr-Oeeun Canal Company, Subscriptions for £71)0.000, In £2O shares, will bo opened fn London, Paris, Frankfort, and New York simul taneously In about a fortnight. JURT OP HONOR. Paris, duly 7.—Deputy Albert Chrislonhlo has accepted the challenge of the editor of the Lantrrne to submit the charges against that journal to a Jury of honor, compoied of the Presidents of the Republican groups of both Chambers. INTERDICTED. Paris, July 7.—The authorities have Inter dieted a great meeting at the Bordeaux Alham bra, where Blanqul was advertised to speak. MEXICO. MUTINT AND REVOLT. Citt or Mexico,'Juno 30.—0 n theSOth part of the crew of the Mexican war-stcamer Liber lad, at Vera Crux, mutinied and seized tho steamer while the eomnisuidcr was on shore. Simultaneously some officers In the Vera Cruz garrison attempted to raise a revolt. Nina, of. the rebels were killed. Thu steamer Llhertad went to sen, and other steamers went In pursuit. While the Govern ment has apparently mastered the situation slneu the revolt of the garrison, a reign of ter ror has prevailed. All merchants are hostile to the Government In consequence of the passage of the law against the contraband trade, and they have ever since been In a state of quasi re volt. it is Generally believed Ibid the revoltera kill ed were assassinated In the guard-house on tlio pretext that they attempted to cscane. Tlie resignation of Zamaconu,.Mexican Minis* ter to the United Slate#, Is denied. AUBTKIA, tub cuoi'd. Acorres|>omlcntftt Ischclsays: “AJournoy across three-quarters ol Western Austria shows that the crops In Upper am! Central Bohemia run unduly to straw in consequence of the un precedented rainfall, in the Valley of the Dan ube, above Linz, the Helds are superb, but it is feared (he continual mins will prevent success ful Imrvestmir. Anxiety also prevails through out the East, intensified by almost dally show ers. THE LAST OP TUB QUADRILATERAL. Vienna, July 7.— The walls of the fortresses at Widln, SllUfria, Uuslchulc mid Varna have been destroyed, and the earthworks arc left to the operation of the weather. THE ELECTIONS. Vienna, July 7.— Ur. Magg (Progressist) de feated Ur. Btremnyer, President of the Austrian Couucil of Ministers, In the election for member of (lie RcUiharath for the district ol Leibnitz, Btyrlu. lIAYTL OREAT FIRE IN PORT AC PRINCE. Kingston, Jamaica, July 7.— Advices from Haytl say that Port au Prince in In Humes. Busi ness Is entirely suspended. Whole blocks of buildings are In ashes. The Custom-llousu la closed In consequence of the revolution. HUNGARY. SZBOBIHN. Pistil July 7.—in consequence of the con tinued high water, Bzegedin cannot be rebuilt this year. Thu inhabitants will live iu wooden barracks during the winter. EGYPT. Till! AJOir. Cairo, July 7.—The strength of tho Egyptian irmvbui been tlxed at Uf.UOO men. A lujgo liuutuy of war material has buuu ordered sold. SPAIN. MATRIMONIAL. Madrid, July 7.—The marriage of King Al fonso with the Archduchess of Austria la again talked of. ITALY. THE CAtIINET. Komb, July 7.—King Humbert has Intrusted tc Signor Calroll Ute tusk of forming a Cabinet. BY MAIL. VISIT OV QUEEN VICTORIA. TO THE BMPEBS9 BUOENIB. Inmlntt Tinut, June id. Tim Queen discharged Yesterday what must liave been a most aitheting duty. Her Majesty traveled from Windsor Castle to .ChUleburst ami remained nearly au hour with llie Empress. Tho Koval special train left Windsor, booth- Western Elation, at live minutes past A, uml at precisely ten minutes past (I came in sighs of Cldslehurst, stopped, was passed by the up express, ami tlieu drew up at tho station, lu the state carriage traveled the Queen, uevom panied by i’rlncess Beatrice, I‘rlucu Leopold, Ute Marchioness of Ely, and Maj.-(ieu. Sir Henry I'ousmiby, the Queen’s Private Secretary. The l.ord-Lleuleoaut 6f tho countv. Earl Svdnev, had arrived at OslW, and awaited her Mulcsty upon the platform, immediately after ilnjQuceu had lelc llie train bu preceded her Majesty to Camden place. 'Jiic Queen’s landau, with pos tilions ami four horses, bad inivckdlrom Buck ingham i'alacc, ami the Queen, the iTlnce. and Lady Ely took their scats lu It, blr Henry i'uu suuby riding us Eouerry beside. The carriage, with sit outrider umnul, proceeded slowly up * bummer Hill, under the gate of the water inf er, and in Uvu minutes hud driven through Hio lodge gates and up Umlougavuuuu to the house. f" 5 /■* I!