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VOL XXVI.-NO. LATEST FOREIGN NEWS, FRANCE IEHI KNOMND-NUWHEU-HIDES ISLANDS ANNEXED. Americans Slurried In London-Honors to Dr. ITolmes-eilndstoiio'a Seotali Cainpntgn-Isers'a 1'annma Caial lottery franco's New Cardinals. I OSDoif, Juno 17, Special advices from Noumea, tlio capita of New Caledonia, re ceived lata tills nftcrtiQOn, atata Hint tbo French man-of-wnr Dives lias returned frttn the oxpcdlllon to tho Now Hobrldcs. Hsofllccrs aay thattlio expedition laa led trc-ops and hoisted tlio French flag ovor tlio Islands of Sandwich and Malacolo. After establishing tho military posts doomed nccoisjiy for tlio protection of l'rcnch lu icrcsts mo residents, Irrespective of na tlonnllly, woro notlfial that Franco had taken possession, The Noumean newspapers congratulate fanco on her annexation of tho Now Hebrides Isliuds In defiance of England and lcr colonics. Now South WnlishM dispatched a strong protist to London against the French an nexation. Jn the houso of lords this ovcnlng Lord Salisbury gavo notice that ho would ask to morrow concerning tho unexpected action of Franco In the New Hebrides Islands. Sir. James Hryco, under foreign secre tary, rcpljlng to Sir Michael Hlcks-Ueach's qui stlon of tho 14th Instant, as to whether it was true, as rcportrd, that France liU taken possession of tho Now Hebrllca Islands, said M. do Freyclnet, tho Fronch premier, had ropeatod to Lord Lyons, llrltlsh minister to France, his former assur ances respecting tho Islands, that Franco had no i Intention to attempt to affect tho politi cal condition of them, but would hold herself bound to respect their ludopend occo. Tho only oflleiat Information In pos session of tho British government, con tinued Mr. Ilrjcc. was contained In tho telegrams received from tho llrltlsh coun sel at Noumea, tho capital of Now Cale donia, by tho governor of Now Bouth Wales, and by him transmitted to Lon don. Tho consul atated that ho had reasons for bollovlng that thi French flag had been hoisted ovor tbo Now Hebrides nnd had made n protest to tho commander of tho French ships which were engaged in tho expedition. Tho government on ro celpt of this information at onco Impattcd It to Lord Lyons, and commanded htm to Immediately draw tho attention of M. do Freycluotto tho reported hoisting of tho French flag and occupation Implied thereby, as well as to tbo excitement caused In Australia by tho reported seizure. Mr. Hryco told tho bouse It might rest assured that tho gov ernment was fully scnslblo of tho gravity of tbcmnttpr. l'Aina, Juno 17. Tho Temps reaaicrts that tho government has given no orders likely to causa a belief that Franco has an nexed tho Now Hebrldos. It says that merely temporary measures havo boon taken to protect French subjects. TUB NEW CUI1DINAI.S IN riUUfCB. rAW9. Juno 17. President fjrovy per formed tho usual coremoulal ottendlnz tho handing of tho red bcrcttas to tho threo new French cardinals created at the recont papal consistory. Cardinal Bernadon re sponded, for his colloaguos. lie said; 'This now dignity gives a still more sacred character to our obliga tions toward tho church and Franco. "As Trench cardinals wo will not coiso to pray to Cod for Franco. Wo shall teach, nccow Ingto Christ, obodlenco to the laws, dtvlno and human, and respect for established authority." President Orovy replied thanking tho cardinal for tho sentiments expressed on tbilr behalf, which, he Mid, reconciled tho liilcicsls of church and those of Franco. AMElllOANB MA11MED IN LONDON. London, June 17. At the Church of St. Martins In tho-7lclds to day. Miss Coffin, daughter of Commander Collin, of tho United States steamer Qulnnebaug, who commanded tho Alert In the Greely rollot expedition, was married to Dr. Frank An derson, of tho United Sta'es navy. United States Consul General Waller, tho officers of the Qulnnebaug, Messrs. Moffat and Chadwlck, and many English and Ameri can friends wcro present. lESSEI'S'g TAtUMA CANAL LOTTEBr. rAiiis, Juno 17. Tho government has tuliultled to tho chamber of deputies a bill to authorize tho Panama Canal Com fuuy to Ittuo Us proposed lottery loan. 110NOUS TO Dlt, HOLMES. London, Juno 17. Honorary degrees w ero conferred upon Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes at Cambridge to day In the pres ence of a brilliant assemblage. Thero was great cbecrlnp; when tho publlo orator, In a laudatory Latin speech, presented tho de grees to Dr. Holmes. Th,e oration was ro p'eto with quotations from Holmes's poems. A.TAM.INQ MOIITALIIY. Cairo, Judo 17 Appalling mortality la reported among tlio llrltlsh troops statlonod at Assouan. One. hundred and six men cf tha Dorset regiment havo died within tho past two months. Of COO Invalids on tholr way to Cyprus ten dropped dead from heat on Sunday last. LETTEItl'KOSI THE IMII.9ID11.NT. Thanks rorlllinsoir nnd Mrs. Clovolnnd for a Wedding I'resent. CaAnxEDTON, 8. C, Juno i7. President Cleveland, In a letter whlo J Is to bo pub lished In a morning paper hero to-morrow, expresses the sincere thanks of hlmsolf and Mrs. Cleveland for tho magnificent wedding gift received from the citizens of Charles ton, and says: 1 1 ave asked tbo prlvllcgo of thus communis calitg our Joint acknowledgement of this From nt, because this delicate andtlnuibirul mtintlonto my nils has naturally given rlso to grateful emotions, and becatuo it affords mo an opportunity to express my appreciation of tho Itfnd words with whlob the donors refer to myself nnd my performance ot publio duty. You and your associates who havo united In -the letter accompanying your girt can hardly realize toe comfort I derive from tho assur nni is therein contained or confidence and es teem. The letter and tbo gift talio tholr placoi In mj new household, and for all tlrao will sorva as reminders not only of the happiest Incident of my lift) as n citizen, but of the further f.iot that In my official character tho humble efforts I novo made to secure good government to tho pernio and complete reconciliation betvvif-n all sections or tho land aro considera bly and pleasantly recognized by my fjllow com trj men. Tho present consisted of a masslvo silver vase, accompanied by a letter to Mrs. Cleveland, saying that It was Intended as a toktu of tho high esteem In which President Cleveland was held In Charleston by roason of bis ability, his truo manliness, and his constant tldellty to his obligations undor the constitution and laws of these re united States. i Tbo Murderous llrldegroom. NewYoiik, Juno IT. Boy. Dr', Thonpion, father or ypung W, B. Thompson, who shot Ills brldo and himself last Tucslay, airlvot hero to-night. Ho hail a W-vcar-old son wnn lilm, and utonoo, repaired in tho hospital to otheoiiuginurdorrr. 1 ho laltor bad today evidenced desiro tollvo until his fatner should arrive lho pjlr wero toother but twenty nili u ei, and tho proichcr went secretly from thohopltaUnor leaving bis sou. It is possible tbat tbo operation of lnpacrntoiny may be per fumed tomorrow, 'lho luggago of young Thompson and Ids dead brldo was oxsinlnod litis evening Inbcr trunk, was found tho uul clothing and trinkets or it woman's out fit Jn his vollsn wero found two paitn tlokots. find was an old one. but tbo other showed Ibat In this city, on Juno 10, to voung mur dcier bad pawned u watch for t',. Famous Old Vemale College. Raleigh, N, C, Juno 17,-To-day at Salcn th commoncomeut exercises or lho fumoui old fcinulo college wero hold. Senator '. 1), Vantu delivered sn address bsforotluVrtd untlng class, which Is composed of twenty-six members, Hon, 0, W. llrecklnrldgo, member ol Congress from tho sovonth Kentucky district, who was to havo delivered tno addrees, was unable to be present, aud Senator Vance took t his placa. IIll subjoin was tho '8alsst F- xuuie AvmieBunu. i a"i, rrmooi, ana r utare." 'J ha address vvamirrilvered In thtUl Moravian Church below an enthusiastic! auileuco of J,!W people. 174, AMKTIIOAS 1MIY8ICIAN8. Tito Association Holds lis First Annual Session In This City. Tho first annual meeting of tho Asso ciation of American Physicians convenod In tho Army Medical Museum building yes tordar morning. Dr. Francis Djlaflold, ot Now York city, as temporary chairman, presided. Thero wcro about) sovonty.flve mombors present- A constitution and by laws wcro adopted, which provided for an nual meetings In Juuo In this elty, tho limitation of membership to 100, and tho qualifications of mombers to b tho accom plishment of somo work of Importance. Dr. 8. Weir Mltcholl, of Philadelphia, In conjunction with Dr. Morris J. Lewis, pre sented a paper On "Kncejerk and inusclo Jtrk In disease," and Dr. r. Poyro Porchor, of Charleston, 8. 0 road a. paper on typhoid fever. Tbo following commlttco was ap pointed to make nominations ot offl:ors who will bo elected this morning; Drs. James Tyson, of Philadelphia; A. II. Hall, New York; (1. 1). Shaltuck, Boston; Frank Dono1dron,llaltlmoro,and W. W.Johnston. At tbo afternoon session Dr. J, T. Whlttakcr, of Cincinnati, Ohio, read n paper on '-Spasm of tho Larynx In Rickets," uftcr which a discussion was held on tbo subject wbcthor the presont sUtoof know cugo justifies a clinical tnd pathological correlation of rheumatism, gout.dlabetat, and chronic Ilrlgkt's disease Dr. D. T. lltucn, of Philadelphia, read somo notes on somo cases of diaphragmatic pleurisy. In tbo evening tho association, as well as a largo number erf tho leading physicians of this city, attended a reception nt tho resi dence of Dr. W. W. Johnson, 11103 K street. There will bo two sessions to-dity, at 10 a. m. nnd at ,1 p. m., after which Itlsoxpcctod tho association will adjourn. DISTRICT VKTKHANS JI15U1'. They Arrange to Uelelirnlo Tliotr mas ter Out A Modal for Capt. Wngnnr. Tho oxccutlvo comtnlttoo ot tho District Veterans' Association held a mooting last night at Abncr's, Col. W. O. Drow presld sldlng, J. H. Krodso secretary. A letter was read which had Just been addressed to Hon, Geo. W. deddes, chairman of tho commlttco on war claims, asking him to report as soon as posslblo the bill for tho $100 bounty for all men who volunteered on and beforo President Lincoln's call for 70,000 men on April 15, 1801. Tno letter concludcat "If your honorable commltteo think that wo aro not entitled to tho bounty, then give us an Iron medal as a tokon of recognition as being the first on tho Held; all our claims aro fully explained In the letter of Den. O, P. Htono to tbo Houso commlttco. Hoping you may feel ablo to respond favorably to our re quest, wo havo tbo honor to bo your obedi ent servants," and signed by all tho mem bers of tho oxccutlvo commlttco. A com mlttco ot Ave, consisting of Messrs. J. E. Krouse, V. L. Rodler, W. A. Hutchlns, W. A. O'Mcara, and W. J. Nicholson, was ap pointed to arrango for a mass mcotlng, on July 13, ot tbo District veterans of 1S01 to cclelirato their muster out ot service Tbo business of tho meeting being over, Col. Drew aroso and addressed Capt. Qoorgo Wagner as follows! I bar brCB requMtod by tho oxccutlvo com mittee of the Associated Veterans ot tbo Dis trict of Columbia Volunteers to present to you, In ttclrnamo, this medal as a slight tokcu of their esteem for ou as a comrade and for tha leal, Industry, and persetcranco displayed by you In forwarding the movement of April is. 'ibat grand success Is almost entirely duo to you, for jonr perseverance alono Induced us to pcrtcrvc, snubbed as wo wero by tbo general government at every turn, until success cron nca sur efforts. 1 hero Is, sir, no great In trlnslo valuo attachod to tbls gift; but tbo donors and myself feel assured that you will appreciate It far mora than you would to bo Imcstednltb tha star and garter, becauso it cornea from comrades who stood shoulder to shoulder In thoso dark nnd trying hours 'of 'GL, and that ;tls bril liancy in your era will far ccllnso India's brlshtut gem. Take It, sir, and let It be your escutcheon. Suffer no stain to tarnish Its luster, and as long as memory holds a scat In this dfstrs el cd globe, let this hour and occa sion lho within tha book and rolumoof your brain. As Harry Vssld, the night beforo tho baltlo of Aglncourt, that many a gentleman In Ingland to-night will reel hlmseir accursed becauso ho did uot fight with us on St. Crispin's rti y, co I say, that many a Light Infantry man In Washington will regret nnd curse himself because ha did not march with us on that April day. Ilavluz, I hope discharged tho duty, sir, nndoLejcd jour order I Kinccroly hono acceptably I uoiv say, sound tbo assembly, lunt out tho guard, and greet Capt. Wagner, Ho then prescutcd Capt. Wagnor with a handsome gold medal engraved on both sides and inscribed on tho "bar, "To Gon. Wagner, from D. O. Vols, of 1801;" bolow on tho pendant Is engraved a stack ot arms, from which hangs a knapsack; on tho reverse sldo, "Presentation Commlttco W. C. Drew, W. A. Hutchlns, W. A.O'Meara." Capt. Wagner was somewhat taken by sur prise, and responded briefly, thanking his comrades for tbo honor conferred upon him and said bo would cherish It as a pleasant memory as long as he lived. TUB lUICEPTIOX TO-XiailT. An Opportunity for tlio Sovereigns to Sea tho Ilrldo, Tho public reception ot tho President and Mrs. Clovcland will bo hold this ovcn lng from 0 to 11 o'clocE" p. m. Tho lloral decorations will not bo so oxtcnslvo as was noticed at tho prior reception, and will con sist of palms and other tropical plants. This event Is open to tho public generally to enjoy, and doubtless will bo accepted by a great many prompted by curiosity to obtain a look at Mrs. Cleveland rather than by any sincere desiro to attend. When this Is over society v, 111 settle down, and prob ably tho summer will pass freo of any ex citing disturbances. "Hunker Hill Day," 1'oston, Juno 17. Bunker 1111'. day was ob served hero to-day as a closo holiday. Tho ruot Interesting fcaturoof tho day was tho carnival nnd trades' procession, which started at 8.30 o'clock, and paraded lho prlnelnal streets In four grand divisions. Thero was also a parade, beginning at 130 o'clock p.m., of military and clue organizations. Tbo cele brations w 111 end v, tin fireworks and opou air concerts In tho two principal squares this even ing. 'lho annual meeting of tha Hunker III1I Monument Association was held to-day. Oetl. Chaa. Devcns delivered tho annual address. Hon. Itobort O. Wlntlirop presented tlio asso ciation with his crayon portrait of Webster, taken in l&tO. The following houorary mem bers wcro elected: Hon. drover Clevoland, MsJ. Gens, John W.fioboflold, Alfred H.Torry and Oliver O, Howard, Important Decision CloV. Foraker Bus . tuined. CoLt-imcs, Onto, Juuo 17, lit tho quo war ranto case brought by tho Cincinnati board of publlo works, Iho supreme court this cvo'itng refused tho writ. 1 h is sustains tho new board of publio affairs appointed by Gov. Korakcr. and establishes tho legality of tho stato tcnato as organized by tho ltcnubllcaus after tha departure of the Demo cratic senators. It also settles tho legality of the laws autborltlug tho auto loan of ion 1.000, rcdlslrlctiDgnf tho stilo ror congressional pur poses, and all nets of tbo legislature. A deci sion Is expeeted In lho Dow liquor tax law caso next Tuesday, Meantlrao the nttornois of l qui r dealers aro preparing to test It In tho United Blatts courts. llostou'n Aid to tlio i'nriioll Fund. Uoiiton, Juno 17. Tho great Ti.stlval and boll In aid of the Irish parliamentary mud oarao off this evening The proflis will probably repch 810 ooo. e,ov. Ilobtnson introduced tloy. Hill, of New 1'trk. Ho was rccelvod with fn nt enthusiasm. Ho was followed by Cimp. roller Chapln, ot New Yorki Jen" Chandlor, of Washington, and Congressman P. A, Collin). , m i'i -- Awnrds for Supplies. The commissioners jcslcrday mala Iho fol lowing aw ards for supplier for tho Dlstr1ot for tbo coining yrart Stationery, IUllentyno A. ton; printing, Judd &. Detncllcr; fUrilturo, Win. U. Mosis, N, II. Williams, and J, .ins burgh; tlnwaronnd street lamps, II, I, Urogory; boots and shoes, UobertCohoui drugs. Hehalor it Slovens; glass and paint, W, II, llullor lum ber, 0, A. Shchani forage, Wo. Halt A Co s bacon and ham, Frank Hume: castings, Spring man A Sons fuel, Johnson llro : dry goodi, !. A, Johnson and Ijtnshurgh I)rou.i cement, 11. W. Wuuiillmo, J, M, Wheatloy; bricks, Washlngtoa llachlna Company) blue stono cuibhir, Ackor A Caj graplto curb, Aekor & Co.; gruulto pa Ins Mocir, Vlrglula Slato Com. pany; asphalt, black and tile, Hastings's ravement Compatiy, Now York: telegraph supplies, U U. Wheeler, Ituycv, aud Marfan. SPORTING INFORMATION. THE miSCILM WINS THE "lHOFOMl" YACHT RACE. Nntlonnl-New York (lillno rrovcatod by Itiiln-IIonnlo Grcano's lloneflt To llny Horse ItHCOs-l'rfto Dglit-Tlio Cornell Crow Disbanded. New Yoiik, Juno 17. Tho regatta of tho New York Yacht Club to-day was a repeti tion of Tuesday's raco In that tho wind was very light and that It was Imposslblo to cor rectly Judgo tho rcspcctlvo merits of tho Riant sloops. Tho Prlscllla again proved herself to bo a great boat In windless wcalher, but what eho can do In a blow was not at all demonstrated. The latter work of tho Atlantic was admired ou ovory hand. 8ho started oft last and under unfavorable conditions, yot sho landed second nmong tho nig four Tho Moyllowcr was uot In llrst rato trim for n race, so her pcrfornmnco cannot go as a basis forjcomnleto Judgment as to hor copobilltles. What sho did do was not satisfactory, and was considered cranky, Tbo Puritan did not do as well as was ex pected of her, even In tho light winds. Tho general opinion was that alio was not han dled properly. It was conceded by all hands, however, that tho Prlscllla showed astonishing merits outsltlo bf Sandy Hook, whero there wcro several spasms of good bretie, both In pointing and footing. During tho run from tho lightship In tho yachts had omple opportunity to test tholr windward qualities. Tho Prlscllla mado by far tho best showing. F.von tho Puritan could not touch her. In fact. It was tho general opinion among old sailors that tho Atlantic eat up to windward nearly as powerfully as tho Puritan. Tho Mayflower's efforts wcro not gratifying to her frlonds. lltforo tho point of tho Hook was raacbod tho wind died out almost altogether, and only freshened a short tlmo beforo tho homo stako boat, which was anchored Just north ot the upper quarantlno Island, was reached. Tho Prlscllla was sailed In on only ono tack. Sho weathered buoy 81 from tho Hook, while tho Iledouln had .to tack to round tno buoy. Commodore Can field, htr owner, sailed tho Prlscllla throughout tho day, and his management, particularly durlDfr, tho tack from Saudy Hook to buoy 8J, was most favorably spoken of. , Another drift occurred during tho latter part of tbo race, excepting tbo last mllo or two. Tho Prlscllla went on Increasing hor lead during tho lull and tldo headway tho tldo having turned flood and wont homo tho winner. Sho was warmly wotcomed as eho crossed tho lino. Tho steam yachts, excursion boats, and tugs had assembled about tho stako-boat, and thoy ehrlokod In discordant though cffcctlvo tonos as tho Prlscllla scored Iter second vic tory. A question was ralsod about tho classification of tho cutter Iledouln. Tho regatta commlttco had stated on tho programme that tho Iledouln was "subject to remeasurcment." Perhaps It will bo shown by tbo remeasurcment that that boat Is over 70 feet In length, and, therefore, should have been placed la tho first class of (loops. If tho fact bears out that possi bility, tho Iledouln, with her tlmo allow ance from tho giant Prlscllla, will havo won tho raco to-day on corrected time. Among tho third class sloops tho cutter Clara won In U hours 20 minutes and 13 seconds, with tho Cinderella next In 0 hours 47 minutes and SO seconds correctod tlmo. DiSK IUI.L OAHED Yr.lTEItDAY. Nt w York, Juno 17, Main to-day provontod lho n ashlngton-Ncw York and tho Brooklyu Mctropolltan baso ball games. licmoH, Juno 17, Tho PJitladnlpMas and Iiostous plaj cd a good gmo on the Houih Hud. ? rounds this nlternoon. Neither Casay nor Isdbourno was batted very frooly. and llwton losttboimme throuch errors, rfash wari,i,. stltutcd for Hornoug at loft field, tho latter lidtrlniw lilt- 1ls 1b4 -ht. ..!- . having hurt his hand yesterday, and this proicd unfortunate for tbo Bostons. Wood's Lulling was tcrniic, out, miiu mis cxcoptlon, the .batting was cuk. Tho gamo wu wit nessed by f,117 persons. Score: rniLA. n.im.ro.A.E. nosTo.v. n mr.t'ii.A r. Andre's,cf. 0 0 5 0 0 mb, u u. l Sutton, 3b.. 0 0 wood, tr ... 0 4 1 Wulvey.Sb. 0 0 2 wiso, lb... 00 I'oorm'u.rf 0 0 Morrill, ss.. 1 1 Hadb'ue,p. 0 0 Il'rdook.2b 0 0 1 1 0 0 1'iiiiy, ri .. o u i I'nrrar, II).. 0 011 McGulre.o. lot Irwin, es.. 1 1 o t'asiy. n ., 1 0 1 Johnst'n.cf 0 0 llnillan.'Jh. 110 iaie. c l i Total.... 3 02710 4 Total 2 32710 8 INNIN0.S. Philadelphia,.... 0 000102003 Boilon 0 0000110 02 Homo runs Nono. Two baso hits Wool, Irwtu, and Morrill. Thrco-baso hits None. First baso on balls By Casey, 2: by Rad bourne. 1. First baso on errors-Philadelphia, billoston, 1. Struck out By Casey, 0; by Had bourne, 4. Doublo plays Morrill, Burdock, and Wise. Left on bases I'hllidclphla, 6; Boston, 4. Bases stolen Nash, Mnlvcy. Passed balls MeOulre, 1; Tale, 1. Tlmo of gamo Ono hour and forty minutes. Umpire York. Ciiieurio, Juno 17. Tho Chicago defeated the St. Louis team by superior Holding and heavy balling. Tho visitors wcro uuablo to bltciarkron to any extent, and were very poor nt baso runninor. Bm lo was successful In sirlklug out eight of tbo Chlcagos, whlla Clarkson only pot four or tho visitors out on strikes. Attendance 2,000, Scora : ciiicaoo. n.mt.Fo.A.E. st. louis. n.mi.ro.A.r. D'l'mp'e.lf 3 0 0 0 0 Ilunlap, 2b 0 1 1 o 0 Gore, cf .... 2 2 11 0 Ol'sso'k.ss. 0 1 0 S 0 Kelly, If,, 0 2 10 OMoK'n.lb. 1 217 0 1 Anson, ll.. 2 314 t 1 Secry, If.., 0 0 10 0 rfetler.Sb. 1 0 8 3 0 Bonny, 3b. 1 2 2 2 1 Wll'ms'nss 1112 0 Myers, c.. 0 0 6 2 3 Bums, 3b. 1 1 0 0 Olloylo, p..... 0 0 0 0 3 Cla'ks'n.p. 0 11B 2 Cabin, rf.. 0 0 0 1 o Flint, a.... 1113 4 Qulnn.or... 1 1, o 0 0 Total 111127 21 71 Total.. INNINGS. Chicago 10 10 7 fct. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 ,3 7 27 25 8 0 0 1-11 2 10-3 1 nrnrrl ,n. r-ll,nn ... , T ...I. . Homo runs Qulnn, (lore, nud Anson. Two buso lilts Clarkson, llunw, Kolly. Threo base tills Williamson. Passed balls Hint, 3; M) ers. 2. First base on balls Chicago. 3: tit, Louis, 1, First base on orrora Chicago, lj St. Louis, 2. Struck out Chicago, 8; St. LojIs, 4. Doublo- plays Burns, l'rcflcr.Iand Anson. Umpire Curry, IJKTitoiT, Juno 17, Doth Conway and Get- Zeln WCrO hit fraolr tOllav. blltthn fnrmnr'a R support was mlscmblo, whllo that of tho Uttor vuh in-ncci, ecore; DETROIT. IMllI.PO.A.E. HAN. CITV.n.IIH.PO.A.K, Had ford, rf 0 3 0 0 0 Itlch's'n2b 2 10 3 0 Brouth'slb 2 2110 licnnclt.rr. 0 12 0 llanlon.cf . 3 3 10 Hone, h, 12 0 1 liasnett, ss, 0 3 4 2 Don'ly, 3b. o l o 6 Itowo, cf. 110 0 Myers, 2b S 2 2 3 MeQu'rylb 1 1 13 I Mllio, If.... 0 111 llackett.o. 0 17 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 line, ou., i i Ganzcll, o, 1 2 Getzcln.p. 0 0 McUti.hylfl 2 8 1 0 0 Conway.p ,0 10 1 Total 1114 2717 l Tobtl.... 4 H57 19 10 INNI.ws. Belrolt .2 2 0 0 10 0 3 0-11 l.'au;aa Clty 02200000 0 4 . Earned runs-Detroit, 2; Kansas City, 2. Two bao hits Hanlon, White, Mcfjucry, Howe, Thri'Obaso lilts Myers. 1' issed balls Hackctt, 4, Wild pltehis Couway, 1: Get rrlu, 1i rtrst baso ou balls Detroit, 3: Kansis City, 1. 1'lrst baso ou errors Detroit. 8; Kan sas City, 0. Struck out-Detroit, 8; Kanias City, 8, Double , plays-Donnolly, Myers, nnd Mi Query. Umplro-Uafrhoy. I'liiLAPEiruiA, Juno 17, It tin stopped tho Alhlcllc-llaltlniorogamotoday In tho second Inning, Neither club had scored, M Cincinnati riurlnnatl 1 01200010-4 Louisville 0 000000303 Baso bits Cincinnati, 0: TxsaUvlllo. 7. Er rors Cincinnati, I; LoiiUlllo, 2. ATHLETIC SrOItTS fOSTrONEI), Tho nlhlctlo inhibition that was to havo taken placo jisterday aflcrnoon nt Capllol I'urk wus postponed, owing to rain, but to-day, If tbo Heather permits, tho programme ar ranged will bo carried out. Mr. Greene as sures Ills palrnns tbat tbo sport oacred will bo well viortli witnessing, and no doubt Bsnula'a rilcuds will turn nut In largo numbers lo see his testimonial benefit. All of tho attiuotlims promised In tho previously iiuhjlihol pro gramma will bo supplied, and there will bo no shortcoming In any particular, hllKKrailKAll HAY II ACES. BHEEfHiKAli Bay, N. Y., Jom 17, First raco l-'or ull ngei, seven furlongs. It was won by Dry MonoiKila by halt a length, Hock and Ityo tccoud, and Uramblcton third. Time, 1:31 Jt Second race Vor 2-yoar-olds, throo-quartors of a mile. Ttrmont won by two longths, Li Julvo second. Time, 1:17J. Third race For all ages, ono mllo and tbroo tlxtecnths. Ten Bookor won by a length, Arctlno second, a length ahead of l'owbattau third, 'lime, 2.11. lourth race For s-ycar-oldi aul up- WASHINGTON. D. C. FJRIDAY MORNING. st arcls, ono mllo nnd three-quarters. Tho raco resulted In n dead heat betweon Ilanium and Woodford, Kolo third. Time, ao7Jf Thostakos were divided. Th mrti Is all hntkett up. IRinb rare Foe 8-T-old fllllos, ono nnl one-elglith mllss JBnndalu won by thrco. qusrtors of length, Stratemr second, n length and a half abcador IlrW (bird. Time, 22. bixth race Selling alloarancos, ono mllo, on tho turf. IHssIo 11 won l,y a neck from Valet, half a length ahecd of Tattler, Tlmo. 1-17. rucra AT ST. Loon. ST. I.ot'is, Juno 17 First rara-Ono nnd onc f.,K,,ifl mlle'-.Freeman won, War Sign second, IlevOH Iblrd. 7ln, 2fl3 Setond racc-Ouo mllo. Macola won, Handy Andy second, Cloneo third. Tlrao l.iak. , 1 bird rare Three-fourths of a mlla. Min Iroso won, Term Colta second, Laredo third. Tlmo 1:10. Fourth raco-Threc-fourtna of a mile. Clsr. mn won, Jaubert second, Virginia third. Time, 'i Iflh reco-Ono mllo. Bootblack won, Boas second, Gold Flea third. Tlmo, 1:I7J. CORM.LL CnKW litsnANIint) TUB CltlLM CUP Font KITED, ItlurA, N. Y Juno 17. Tlio Corno'.l crow, whleh It was expected would row Kt l'lilla lel pbfa for Ibe Chllds cup. has disbanded be came of a lack of funds, there being butWj left In the treasury after tho purchnsa of lbs new shell, whllo tho trip to riilladclnhU would cost upwards oftioo. Tho Chllds cup, whleh Comll now holds, will bo forrcltsl lu ciiisequcnco. I'RIII! riOUT OX THE DELAWARE. riilUDrLrniA, Juno 17. A spoclal to lho nleqraph says: At an early hour this Morning n prlxo fight took placo on tho banks or lho Delaware river, near tbo mouth or Ittncooss creek. Tho principals were, Tom McCanu.of Providence and Hilly Martin, of Newark, nnd tho stakes, oo. Twcnty-ono rounds woro fought. There was no wrenglo over tho naming of a referee, that having been settled on tho train. "Mr. Muh." of Now York, was tha man selected. I'nt llnrko and Frank Cum mines lookid aficr Martin, and Arthur tf. Kocn and Merlin MtCoy attended toMcCann, Tho men entered tho ring nt4.B o'clock. Mo Conn was thrco, iuches tn'lcr and lojr pounds heavier than his antagonist, who stoed flvo feet flvo and weighed 133 pounds. Msrtln bait tho b-st of tbo fight to tho finish, but McCann stood up plueklly. In the twrnty-llrst round Martin was told to go In and finish It, nnd ho did. First ho planted his lcRonMcCaun's badly-damaged left eye: fol lowed It up with his right: repeated tho blows a few times, and then, with McCanu'a hands banging by his sldo and his face leaning for waia, Martin shot a hot ouo against his an tagonist's neck and stretched him out limp. McCann was unablo to respond, and tlio battle was given to Martin. McCann's frlonds plckod Mm up and carried him to a row boat, fie was taken to Beverly, where his party boarded a train for New York, and Martin crossed over lo Bristol. Martin presented McCann with Sil. THE DISTItlCT IN CONQUESS. Tlio Sennto J'nssesn. Number of Hills of Importance. . Mr. Ingalls yesterday prcscntod in tho Senate tho bill recently Introduced by Mr. Comptou In tho UousoLto authorlzo the construction of a substantial wooden, Iron, or masonry bridge, with necessary ap proaches, across thoT.astcrn branch, at tho foot of Pennsylvania avonue, aud aftiro prlating $110,000 therefor. Tho Senate yesterday passed tbo Houso bill granting fifteen da a' lcavo of absence, with pay, each year to employes In tho government printing oOlco, wi th an amend ment to Includoday hands and thoso em. ployed on the liccord. Tbo bill to pay Patrick Cook, of this city, ?1,S00 awarded by tho lato board of audit on account ot damages to roil estate was up In tho Senate yesterday, but, objection being mado. It went over. Tho Senate yesterday passed tho bill to regulate Insurance In the District. Mr. Morgan has Introduced In tho House a bill to authorlzo tho Postmaster General to adjust and settle tho claim of James E. Thompson and J. EH Hunt, executors ot John 0. Thompson, deceased, for carrying United States malls between Washlngtou and Lconardtown, Md., from 1S01 to 1301, and award such 'compensation as may bo fair and proper. The Senate Yesterday passed tha Joint resolution providing that all per diem em ployes of tbo government on duty at Wash ington or elsewhere in tbo United States shall bo allowed the 80th day of May of each ear(Dccoratlou Day) as a holiday and shall rccclvo pay tho aamo as other days. Tbo bill to refer tho claim of Wm. Gil bert, ot tbls city, for an luvontlon ot his In uso at tho Washington navy yanl, to tho court of claims passed tho Sonato yester day. Tho Senate yesterday pissed tbo bill to amend tho act Incorporating tho proprie tors of Prospect IIIU cemetery. It author izes tho company to purehaso and hold, not exceeding eighteen acres of land In tho Dis trict, nt least fifteen acres of which shall be used exclusively for cemetery purposoe; provides that the affairs of tho corporation shall be conducted by n board ot nlno di rectors, to bo elected annually by a major ity ot tho lot owners; prohibits tho enlarge ment of tho cemetery beyond tho ground now owned, and confers tho usual cor porate rights and privileges. It requires that tho Incomo of tho corporation shall bo urcd exclusively for tho bcucllt of tho cemetery. In tbo Senate yesterday tho bill to roduco tbo license tax of produce dealers nt largo and In tho several markets was passed. It provides that tho annual license tax of pto duco dealers nt largo and In tho several markets doing business lu tho District of Columbia after tlm 1st of April, 1887, shall bo $13, payable In advance. It defines who snail no consiuorcd produce doafors, ita. Any person falling or neglecting to procure license shall, In addition to tho licenso tax, pay a fine of not more than $30. Tho District commissioners wcro beforo IhoHoueo District commlttco advocating tho adoption of tho bill of Mr. Wilson, au thorizing tho salo of certain property in tho District, tho proceeds to bo used for school purposes. Tho property In question Is somo old school sites uo longer used for that put poso. Tho Assault nt Aniieostln. An account has boon given In tho Uevuiiu. can of tho assault on L'rncst Allen by John A Owens, a Baloonkcoper In Anacostla, tho eauso being a quarrel about testifying In a whisky case, Owens was arrested aud Alloa con veyed to I'rovldcnco Hospital. Allen dlod there at 8 SO o'clock jostorday morning. Ho was alarm laborer In tho neighborhood and on tho grounds of tho Insauo asylum. Tho prisoner stated tbat a man named Taylor camo to lilm Tuesday and said that Allen was plotting to break lilm up. Allen visited tbo saloon of Owens, took beer there, aud on going out was followed by tbo proprietor, when a tusslo ensued. Then, after a separation, Allen caught hold of Owens and put his hand behind him, at If to draw a pistol, At this moment Owens struck him with n weight, Owens declares that before this act ho sent n boy ror an officer, hut none was found, Coroiicr l'atterson and Dr, Ilartlgan mado a post-mortem examination, and found that death was caused by a fracturo of tho skull and blood clot on the brain, Tlio Aluxiuidrtis Cnnnl. At a culled mooting of tbo directors rf tho Alexandria Canal Company, held In that city yesterday, a letter from lho lessees of tho canal was read requesting tho calllugot nmoctlug or tho stockholders of tho canal com pany that thoy might ncqulcsco in (ho provisions of tho bill recently passed Congress for tho purehaso or Iho A'lui duet, and also tbat permission bo given tha lessees to usa so much or Ilia canal as may b) required for railroad purposes In makliigooii. nccllnn behmn tbo north and south ovor tlio Aqutduct brtdgo. After consideration It was decided (but It Is Inexpedient at Ihlslirnotn call such meeting, nnd tbo Ustees wero dr ill ml lo to bo iiollllrdof lho action of Iho dltcttors, Going Townrd tlm l'lshlng Ground. The Unltod States ships Tennessee, Swa torn, and Yanllo, of lho North Atlautlo squad ran, will sail from Now York to-day rir Port lui.d, Mo. The Galena, which Is now under going rcjuilrs, u 111 follow thorn as soon us hor repairs are computed. Tho squadron will piohably extend their crulso along Uiocoist of New Driiiiiulek and tfuMSaillA. Cepi. llobert llojil, lho Bcnlnr ofllcer present, Is tem porarily In command of tho squadron. ' p A lllslinprlo Deullnod. ltev, Kenloch Nelson, of Alexandria Then logical Seminary, has declined to accept tho liltroprlci of tho diocese of liuton. Md , lo which ho naa elected on lho 2d In-taut. Ho is tbo third minister who has declined after be ing elected. 1'robalo Court on Saturday. All of tho Judccs being othorwlso occupied, thero will bo no session of tho probata court to day. 'Hie court w 111 meet Saturday m?rjuu at 11 o'cluek. TWO IIKAllTSTIIATllKATASfWE IVeddlngof Itobort It. Sliellnbnreernnd diet a It. Illsliup. A pretty wedding was quietly solemnized at St. Paul's Church, near Washington circle, yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Tho groom wos Mr. llobert It. Shellabargor, son of Hon. Satnnel Shellabargor, and tho brldo Mis Sara It. Bishop. Tbo chancel was isstcnilly decked with hydrangeas nnd alms and tho hilar boautlllcd with prim loses, and suspended over It was a Moral four-leaved elm or, composed of whlto carnations nnd roses. Tho ushors wcro Mr. Charles Wilson nnd Mr. llrndlcy Davidson. Vt hllo tbo organist rendered Mendelssohn's wedding In mn, tho rector of Hbo church, ltev. V. M. Darker, couslu of tho brldo, tutored tbo chancel, accompanied by tho grorru nnd his best man, Mr. William D. Jtudv, nnd took their Places. Tho llrst notes ot tho Mendelssohn wedding march announced tbo arrival of tho brldo, who advanced up tho aisle, proccded by tho ushors, aud, l-anlng upon tho arm ol hor undo, Mr. W. T, Coalo, of Now York, who gavo tho brldo In marriage. Tho corcmony was according to tho English form, with n ring. Tho bride was attired In n tailor niado traveling dress of blue cloth, with brown gloves, hat of hluo straw, trimmed With scarf of paler blue, and sho carried a great bouquet of I,a Franco roses, Hod with a ribbon of rose red. Mr. and Mr6. Ehellabargtr drova Immediately to tho depot alter tho ceremony and took tho train for tho north. There wero present nt tbo marriage tho families of tho high con tracting parties, nnd although no formal Invitations wcro sent out, tho church wos filled with people, friends of the families. Among thoso noticed wcro Judgo nud Mrs. Jeremiah Wilson, Hon John V. Thompson, Hon. aud Mrs. John W. Fos ter, Mrs. Anthony Pollock, Mr. and Mrs. Crammond Kennedy, Judgo and Miss Strong, Mrs. and Miss Hoi man, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Warrach. .Mr. and .Mrs. Sbolla bsrgcr ou their fllurn In the autumn will talo up their residence at 813 Seventeenth street. dixixu Tin: iniiDAr. coui'ii:. Bceretnry nud Mrs. lindlcott Glvo n Dinner for lho President and Ills llrlde. Tho Secretory ot War and Mrs. Endlcott gavo Ok dinner last evening for tho Presi dent nnd Mrs. Cleveland. Tho ccntor lloral decoration was a great mound of La Franco rosea with an edgo of whlto lilies and frlngo of smllar. Thero wero forus,. silver receptaclos, and silver candelabra at the ends ot tho tabic All tho appointments ot tho table wero In tbo most cxqulslto nud dellcato taste, somo of the plato being heirlooms In tho Endl cott family, and mado in thoflnoold P.ngllsh style, table articles seldom scon lu this youthful republic of ours. Tho nntlquo patterns ot spoons and cako baskets rcallzo and vltallzo tho feeling of regard aud Interest that Is duo tbornothor country from us. 1 hey oecrn like tho gifts of u mother from her store to a dsttghtor going to cuter a now and untried homo. Tho guesls wcro presont by 8 o'clock, and at that hour tho President escorted Mrs. Dn dlcott to tho head ot tho tabic The Secre tary took out Mrs. Cleveland. Tho other guests wcro Speaker nnd Mrs. Carllslo, Sec retory and Mrs. Whitney, Postmaster Ocn crol and Mrs. Vilas, Senator Sherman. Gen. and Mrs Shetldan, Miss West, Miss Brad Icy, Admiral ltodgcrs, Miss Dndlcott, and Mr. W. 0. Endlcott, Jr. i PERMITS TO BUILD. Iteninrltablo Inoreaso of Worlc la tha v Inspector' Ofllco. TEo-tolIowlng' building permits woro Is sued yesterday: D. II. Warder, to build ono two-story brick stablo In alloy, near Fif teenth and SI, to cost $3,000; D. II. Wardor, to build eleven three-story and collar bricks, It street, near Connecticut avenuo, to cost $77,000; B.II. Wardor, to build ona thrco story and cellar brick, Twcnty-first nnq It streets, to cost $10,000; James V. Taylor, to build ono two story brick ou Nlehol's avenuo, Anacostla, to cost $000; Michael Clng, lo build thrco two story brlels cu K street, near First southwest, to cost $1,100; Lowls Kcuzingcr to build ouo two story frotno on tho Dlndcnsburg rend, to cost $1,300; J. J. Shaw, to build one two story brick In alloy near Sixth and U streets southwest, to cost 1,CC0; Mrs. M. A. Hennlng, to hulld ono two-story brick on S street, near Eloventh, to cost $3,SO0; It. Uoldschinlil. to build two thrco story bricks, corner Eighth nnd I, strecst, tocost $15,000: Alfred bhw, to build ouo three-story brick on I' street, near Third, to cost $0,000; John P. Wagga nriu,.to build six two-story bricks on Third street, near V. tottUiwcst, to cost $3,000; Patrick Gljnn, live two-story bricks, Seventh and Steuben streets, Mount Picas tint, to cost $1,000; It. E, King, to Improve 1410 Eighth street, to cost $150; Paul Hlscr, to 1ml i ow 18J5 aud 1837 Wilt berger street, to cost $150; Gcorgo K. I'.ra--mous, to lmproo 050 and 053 E strcot southeast, to cost $350; John Ruedy, to Im prove 701 North Capitol street northeast, to ' costjfl.OoO; John Johnson, to Improve 1310 Si cond street south west, to cost $30. Supt. McIIcnry, to niako improvements at Mouut Olivet Cemetery, to cost $75; John Noonan, to Improve 1331 High street, to cost $1,000. Tho total valuo of permits Issued yester day was $148,005. Thero was $130 realized by tho building Inspector's ofllco from tbo permits, VKSTIVAIi AT THE l'AHIC. Tho 1'resldcnt Has I'roinlsod to lie I'resent Tills livening, The Schuctzenfest was attended yester day by more people than on any day of tho ftst. Tho park at night was full. Tho performance of the .Marino band, ot tho La monts, of Miss Martha Llnd, wcro up to their usual standard of excellence Tho Washington Light Infantry was present and gave an exhibition drill. Tho prize shooting for men was hotly contested , and the result will not bo known until to-nlgbt. This evening tbo President has prornlsod to bo present at 7 o'clock, Tho Marino band will glvou grand concert, and an excellent prograinmo has been ar ranged. Thobojs' sports, under tho con trol of Louis llorens, afTordcd considerable amusement for tho old and young, Tha prlzo bowling last night resulted as follows t First prize, $30, Ch. Sehouch; soo ond, $15, W. Wldmajer; third, ono dozen knives, J, Vogt; fourth, ono barrel of flour, It. Atiftnthler; fifth, threo shirts, L. Hud loll; sixth, 200 cigars, A. Ebert; seventh, one box of wine, (1. Mutts; eighth, ono box of wine, (leorgo (locbol; ninth, two pic tures and two bottles ot wlue, Ch. Schroth, und tenth, tno bugs ot Hour, A. Miller. Tho prizes for ladles' Miootlng resulted yesterday as follows: 1. Mrs. Chas. Me)ir;'i Mrs. Chas. A. Saulher; 3. .Mrs. Charles Ebert; I. .Mrs. N. lluorrouli 5. Mrs. Wm. Mmhlolstm; 0. Mrs Wnt, lid muss 7. Mrs. Win, Herons; 8. Mrs, George W. Wulkcr, und II. .Mrs. John I). Vogt. ' i Dr. mid Mrs. IHiuidM ltmeptlon. Pr, Il'ntid iiDd n I fence lied their frlenlilu tin Ir in w mid ilof.ant luuiie, ntNo. 1121T'iith elicit vnitlnscM, latt Light, assisted by Mrs, l'otlo Courreliiian nnd Miss Thenlo Taj lor, of Baltlmoie, coiulitsol' tin. Bland. Tho ptrty was laiRo.atul rnmprl'ed many well known lllersi) aiidolllelal people. Mr. Coiinsehnait aid her slMir, MK 'luylnr, presided at tho plni oand ill. roiim-d charming mimo: Mr. Mil ( nil! am Mis. Chatlcs read origin tl pooros, mm Mrs. q'n) lor and Mr. Koylo gavo readings, A lunch was sen ed at lo. Ammnr tho guesls w ero Hei, l)r, Kent and wire, lion. W, V. Curry and two iiaiigtiicis, lion. A.J YVlllard and wife, Congressman Morrill, or Kansas; Hon. 7n It J'ontpotnerj, assistant attorney general: linn, tl. V. Mam penny, or Ohio: Oil. H. F, lotU'i, Hon. o Warewrort, cf California; Dr. aid Mrs, Hon land, nnd raairy others. lltleilug n Forged Note. Geo. 1), Hlcdgo has been arrested by Lieut. Arnold nnd Olllcnr Brecn for passing forgod notes lu tho amount of t3S upon llliarlus llur illii, a saloon keeper, aud V, 1, Sherwool, luL'Suuihi, JUNE 18, 188G. CONGRESSIONAL S01D1M. Till; FJttKR TltADKHS DEFKATED IX TUB HOUSE. Tlio Morrison Hill "Snowed llnilnr" Another Trial-Tho Hrtuil Hill Token Up Mnny Importunt Hills l'nssod by Hie Bonnie. In tho Scnato yesterday Mr. Sawro offered a resolution "requesting" tho Postmaster General to Turnlsh tho Sonato information as to tlio additional compensa Hon allowed postmasters under tho act o March 0, 188.1. for which no provision. hml b:eu mado. Mr. lugalls said it was not enstomary for Iho Scnato to "request" subordinate oflbors of the government to furnish Information. Ho hoped tbo usual word would bo In setted. (Tho usual form "directs" tbo officer to furnish tho Information called for.) In connection with tho sublcct-matter of tho resolution, Mr. Ingalls remarked that ho had already ofTcred a resolution calling for similar Information as to thosUtaol Kansas, That resolution had been amended on tho suggestion of tho senator from .Michigan (Mr, t'onger) extending It to all the stato. Iho Postmaster General had, In reply, stated to tho Scnato that It would take a largo forco of clerks fourteen months to furnish tho Information. Mr. Ingalls had reason to bellevo that tho response of tho Postmaster lencrnl was not correct. That was tho mildest term ho would em ploy In criticism. Ho (Mr. Ingalls) was In formed that tho adjustment bad been mado In every case, nnd that It appeared In dot lats and cents on the "Jackets," so that a slmplo transcription of tho "jackets" was all that was necessary to furnish tho Infor mation called for. Tho Postolllco Depart ment, Mr. Ingalls added, was determined that tbesa amounts should not bo paid If any obstaclo could prevent It. Thero had been too many concurrent expressions on tho subject to loavo any doubt of that, Mr. Sawyer withdrew his resolution. Mr. Ingalls offered tho following : Krnhui, Thattlio President be requested, If In bis opinion not Incompatible with tho pub llo Interest, to furnish to tho Scnato tho lol lowliigluforraatlon: 1. Iho number of clerks now cmVacod within lho provisions of tho elvil sorvlcjacl or Jan. 10, A.I). ISM, who were roraovod rrom oflleo In tbo sevcrol executive depxrtmonts, mid tho number of such clerks who woro ap pointed to olllco In the several cxecullvo de partments under tho civil service rules rrom July IB, A. I). IMS, to March 4. A. I). 18i5, not Including In such removals nud appointments clerks excepted from examination byruloll) of the amended civil fen Ice rules. 2. Iho number of clerks embraced within tho protlslons of tho ch 11 service net of Jan. 10, ISM, who wcro removed from olllco lu tho several executive departments, and tho number of such clerks who wcro appolnto t to olllce In tho several oxccutlvo dopirtraonts under tho civil scrvlco rules from March 4, A. 1. ltB, to Juno 15, A. 1). 1880, not Including In such removals and appointments clerks ox ccplcd from examination by rulo 19 of tho amended ch 11 sen lco rules. il. 'lho number and names of chiefs of division and chief clerks who were romovod from olllco In tlio several cxecullvo depart ments from July 10, A. 1). 18S3, to March 4, A D. 1885, and tho number nud names ofsuch chiefs ol dltls'on and chief clerks who wero ap pointed to ojllco during tho samo period, and tno number of such appointments which woro mado by promotion, 4, The number and names of chiefs of divi sion and chief clerks who w ora rornivcd from otllroln tho sevcrol cxecullvo departments from March 4, A. D. 18M, to Juno 11, A, I). 18). nnd Ibe number nnd names of Mich chiefs of dlvi'lon aud elder clerks who wcro apmlntod to oflli a during tha mmo period, and tho num ber ot such arpolntmcotswhlch wcro undo by promotion. On tho suggestion of Mr. Cockroll, who wanted to amend and enlarge tho scopo of tho resolution, It went over one day. Tho Scnato then prococded to tho con sideration of bills on tbo calendar undor tho flvo minuto limitation of debato. Among measures passed wero tho fol lowing : A bill lo authorlzo tne Secretary of War to credit the stato of Knmus with H,II1 for ord nance, Ac, drawn by that stato-to aid tho gen- ral government In Iho protection or tbo stato from Indian invasion and depredation, A bill reimbursing tho sutlerers by tho wreck of tho United States steamer Ashulot for losses incurred by them In tbo wreck. A bill to par lo lho rcpriRentatlvoof tho government orOroat Britain 3I5.WJ toonablo that government to Indemnity thoowuorsof tha British bark Clmnco lor ahan lonlug their wbnllngvojiigo lu tho Arjtla ocean In lfl1 and reselling sev only six American soamen from lho shipwreck lu lho Ice. (Mr. Iryo explained that lho netlonofthls I nrk was most humane and creditable Hav ing heard that American vessels were o placed ns to Involve lho destruction or all handt If not rnecdlly rcllevid, lho bark promptly abeu doncd Its on n business for tho season and wont to lho rrscuo of tho Amerlcins, Mr. f'ryo thought It a shamo that this chum bad (oral many jcors becu beroro Congre-s without t nsslng A Ilnusnblll appropriating 8150,000 for a1 dltlonal barracks at tho soldiers' homes at Hami ton, Milwaukee, and lavonvvorth. A bill to provldo for one additional assistant adjutant general with tho rank of major or cavalry. A bill providing for lho construction of a new wharf at 1'ort Monroe. Va. A bill authorizing tho court or claims to hear the caso m tho Roto National Bank of Loulil ana, on a claim fi r cotton taken by tho Untied btates after tho BPili or Juno, I8ti5. A bill authorizing tha Postmaster acneral to pay lent for buildings leased as nostolUoos. A bill providing tor tho appilntment of an additional assistant secretary of tho treasury, to bold ofllco for ono year from tho passago of tho bill. A bill providing lor an lnspccllonol moats for exportation, and prohibiting tha Importa tion of ndultcraicd articles or rood or drink. Tlio following public building bills wero passed: Fur publlo bulldlngotDuluth, Minn ,8100.010: at 1 1 l'aso, Tex., 8150 0W; at Aslioylllu, N. C ttJ) COO: at Savannah, Ga 8-Wooo. To complete buildings already begun tho fol lowing additional amounts wore appropriated: Tor lho building at Concord, N. If., to ooo; ni Hannibal. Mo.. 8J7.O0O: at l'oorla, 111., M.OOJ: at Praukfort, Ky 815,000; at Kookuk, Iowa 840,000; nt llllamsport, Pa., 8100,00). Also Senator Fryo's bill to prnmoto tho fiolltlcal progress and commercial prosper tyof tbo American nations. At C.45 tho Scnato adjourned, THE IIOUSK. There was a full attondanco of members when tbo Houso began Its sesslou yester day, and tbo galleries wcro all well filled In anticipation of stirring ovents, and pos sibly somo parliamentary sparring, In con nection with tbo motion to tako up tho tariff bill. After tho transaction ot somo routlno business, Mr. Hlscoek.of Now York, stating that there wos an understanding that a mo tion would bo mado to go luto comtnlttoo of tho whole on tho tariff bill, Inquired of Mr. Morrison nt what hour holutondedto mako that motion. Mr. MorrUoii replied that It was his In tcnllon to mako the motion at 1.30 o'clock, Tho Houso then proceeded to tho consid eration ot land forfeiture bills. It being tho dcslra of tbo commlttco ou publlo lands to reach tho bill for tho forfeiture of certain lands granted to tbo statu ot Iowa to aid In Hie construction ot railroads. Hut as tlio bills on the calendar preceding this ono ha 1 to bo laid aside, nnd as Mr. Strait, of Minnesota; Mr. LuFollotto,and Mr. Thomjs, of Wisconsin, demanded a. separate vote ou each measure, much tlmo was consumed lu voting by tellers. Dilatory proceedings eoi'ftiineil tho remainder of tho morning. 'Iho Iowa bill was not reached when tho hour of 1:30 arrived, ond then Mr. . Morri son moved that tho Houso go luto com mltlro ot tho whole on roveinto bills. On this motion ho demanded tho jeai and iuvs, and Mr. McKluley, on behalf of tlu op pcncnls of the bill, John d lu tho demuu 1. Tho jcasand najs wero ordered unani mously and Iho motion was defoitnl yaii 140, navs 137. Tho detailed vote Is as fol lows ; , Vka Messrs. CarlWe, Adams of N Y , Al len of Mls Audersnn ofOnlo, lUlliuilliiu, Bnilour, llnrksdale, Barnes, Hurry, Boaoh, Bel mont, Bennclt, Blanchard, HUnd, Blount, BncMurldKu ot Ark., llruekliirldao or Ky., llurncs. Bjniim, ChIicII, Caldwell, Cellx Camp boll of N, V Candler, CatUton, uuchln.p, Claul), Cltments, Cobb, Colo of Md.. IXnnptjn, ComstTk, Covvles or N, CI., Craln, t)rp. lirnx ton, Cullicrsnn, Daniel, Hargau, lUvldsou of I,'. C, Hnvld'ou of l'lft., Dawson, llltibla, Hoi'ghcrtv, Dunn, l'Mier, !rl, 1'ortuy, l.b nn of Mil., flllison of W Vi tuts, Oluviir, Ufu'U v! X, C, Ui.;, Hslrell, Hammond, Harris. Herd, Hemphill, Henderson of N. C. llrrbcrt. h'owllt. Hill, llolman, Howard, HiuM. Huttn.t. Jomos. Johnston otN. C , JounsorTexas, KII..T, Kloln er, Latloon, Latidrs, Ijinlmm, 1-oro, Iiver Ing, Lottery, Mahnney, Motson, Mav'bury, Mccreary, McMillan, Mcllca, Miller, K'Hs, Mitchell, Morgan, Morrison, Nenl, NceO", Kelson, Norwood, Ostes, O'Kerrall, O'Nolu of Mo., Outhwalte, l'ecl, l'erry, llcagan, llcric. ltlrliar,1n,i. lttrn. Itnl,nrt Itogers, Sadler, Payers, Scott, Bey. mour, Shaw, Blnglcloii, Hkluner, Bnydor. Springer, btowart of Toxas. Stono or ky., Stono of Mo.. Storm, Start, Hwopo, Tnr-ncy. Toulbce. J. Jt. Taylor of Tenn . Throckmorton. Tillman. Tniviithcmt. THirir Tucker, Turner, Van Baton, Wakefield, Ward of tnd , Weaver or Iowa, WolPmrn, Wheolcr, lVlllls, Wllsou, Wlnans, Wise. Wolford, ami Worthlngtnn. 110. , Na.s Mesrs. Adamsnrill,, Allen of Mast, Anderson of Kan., Arnot, Atkinson, Baker, Jhijnc, Ulngham, Bliss. Bound, lloutello, Boyle, Brady, Browne of tnd., Brown of Ohl Brown ol ro, llnimm Buchanan, Huoie, Burrows, Butlcriiorth, Campbell or I'a., ('nnipbell or Ohio, Timothy J, Caraptallor N, "1 , Cannon, dinger. Cooper, eliitln, Cuichcop, HAvenpoit. Davis. Dingier, Dorscy, Dovvdncy, Dunham, BUsbcrry. Kly. Irirmntrout, Ktans, Kverhart, Fannihar, Fel lon lliidlor, Klecgcr, I'ornii, Fuller, llinstnn, Onl Inger. llay. Ilcddes, (lllllllan, (loir, (Irecn prN.Jaroscnor, Grout. (lurnthcr, llamti'r, llayilcn, Henderson nriovta,llenilersoniiflll, Henley, Hepburn, Herman, Hires, ltlsock. Holmes, Hopkins, Irion, Jackson, Johnson or N.I., Johnson of Ind , Keller, K'i'teham, l,a 1 ollctlo.ljilrd.Uwier, 1sKcvre, UhllHich.Llb bey, Mndslcr. I.ltllo- Ing, Iiutltt. I.ymtn, Markhnm, Martin, Mctdoo, MeUimat, Mo. henna. McKluley. Mcrrlinsn. Millard. Mllll ken, .Mollatt, Morrcll. Morrow, Muller, Sei lev, O'Donncll, O'llara, O'.Vclil of IM, Otborn, Owen. Parker, Payne, I'aysnn, IVr- ,,,n, nivn, 1 iii;ii,- iiucoTK, riniiir. rnifnn, Prlco, llaudall, llnnticy, Keod of Mo , lllcc. ltockvvell, iinmcls, llowell, llyan, Sawyer. Scranton, Hcncy, Sessions. Smalls, Sowdn, Spooncr, S rlggs, Stahlnccker, bteo e, Sirwirt of t St, Martin, Stono or Mm, Hlru'ilo, Rwlnburne, Sjincs, V. II. Taylor or Ohio, Iko H. Taylor of Ohio, Zach Tnvlur or Tenn.. Thomas or HI., Thomas or wis , Thompson. V!C ? Vndo, Wansworth. Walt, Wallace. Wanl orill.MiirnerorOhlo, Warner nfMn. Weaver nf .Neb., Weber, West, W lilting, Wllklns, and Woodburn 157, ..B!S;.r?'.n''W- ,nnc, of Ala., Aiken, Hold. Hall. Whlto of Minn., Eldrcdgo, Dockery. Cox, Collins, Murphy, Eden, and Hatch, w ho would havo Mitcd In favor of tbo motion, wcro paired with Messrs. l'lrcc. Burleigh, llanbat-k. Van Sehalek. Bunnell, Hclsland, Honk, Whllo or ' Hayncs, Stevenson, Hilt. I'etll bono, nnd Caswell, who would havo votod against It. Tho roll call wos wotchod with great Inter est both on tholloorandliithogauerlos, and nnunusualsllcncoprevallcdasthoclcar tones ot the clerk cnuuclatod each namo. Tho only break In tho sllcnco occttrrod whon Mr. llolman, who had Just rcturnol on an ofternoon train from a visit to his district, responded In tho nfllrmativo when his namo was called. Ho was.grcctcd with n round of opplausc, which broko out afresh whon Senator Carlisle, directing tho clerk to call his namo, cast his voto In favor ot tho motion. When tho result ot tho vota was nunounccd thero was n storm of applausd from the Itcpubllcait side, which tha Demo crats returned with a hearty good will, when Mr. Morrison arose and gavo notice thatho would reuevv his motion ou Tuesday next. Mr. SlcKlnlcy gnvo notlco tint tho op ponents of tho bill would try to bo present on that day. Mr. Herbert, of Alabama, chairman of the commlttco ou naval affairs, movod that the Houso go Into commlttco ot tho whole on tho naval appropriation bill. Mr. O'Neill, of Missouri, nntazonlzod tho motion with a request that tho Houso con sider bills rcportrd from tbo coiumlttco on lalior, but Mr. Herbert's motion prevailed, nnd tho Houso at 2 o'clock went Into com mlttco ot tbo wholo on tho naval appro priation bill. ' ' Mr. Hcibeit explained that tho bill ap propriated lor tho next Uscnl year $11,940, N.YJ,isshl!o tho aggregate of tho appropria tions for tbo current year was $15,029,701, Tho last, bill contained an Item of $1,K)5,000 for tho Incroaso of tho navy, which waa omitted from the bill under con sideration. Tho commltteo had endeavored to report a perfectly fair bill that should appropriate cnoiigu money to Insure against a deficiency bill. Hut this was not tho tlmo to Indulge In tho creation ot new establishments, such as training schools; tho country needed, first, now ships, uew guns, and a geucral lucrcaso lu thu naval establishment. Ho then proceeded to explain In detail tho irovlslons ot tho bill, nnd took occasion to Impress upon thu commltteo tbo neces sity of a thorough reorganization of tho civil establishment of tho navy. Ho criti cised tho expenditures previously railo by tbo bureau of construction and repairs, nnd expressed lho oplulon that only enough money should bo appropriated for tho bureau as would cnabla tho old navy lo be kept lu decent repair until Congress took tho steps It should tako to bulldanow novy. Thero was no appropriation In tho bill for new cruisers or for the completion of Iho doublo turretted monitors both ot thoso objects being provided for In tho Mil for tho construction of n new navy. The appropriations for tho monitors was left out of tho bill, because tho commlttco on naval affairs believed that tho fact tint somo provision was mado for tho construc tion of tho navy In this bill would bo usod as nu argumont why tho othor moasuro should novi r bo reached for consideration. Mr. Duck, of Connecticut, bilofly re viewed tho features of tho bill, and criti cised various of Its provisions. Mr. Hepburn, of Iowa, mado a speech In reply to that mado by Mr. Wheeler, of Ala bama, relatlvo to Edwin M. Stanton, and then thu commltteo roso and tho IIouso at B o'clock adjourned. analysis or Till. VOTE. Component I'arM of tlio Majority nnd Minority Votes on lho Motion to Tako Dp Hie Turin- Hill-Mr. Morrison Hays Ho Had to Mako tlio 1'lght, lilt or Miss." All analysis of tho voto yesterday on Mr. Morrison's motion to go Into commltteo ot tbo wholo for tho purposo of cousldorlng the tariff bill shows that of thol 40 affirm, atlvo votes 180 wcro cast by Democrats and four by Republicans. Three ot tha ltcpub llcans are from tho stato of Minnesota, Messrs. Nelson, Strait, and Wakefield, and the fourth, Mr. James, Is ono of tho now York representatives. Of tho 180 Demo cratln votes, 123 wore cast by representa tive s from tbo south aud west and 11 by representatives) from tho eastern and mlddlo states. Tho Ohio Doraocrats voting for tho bill were Messrs. Anderson, Hill, and Outhwalte; tho Now York Democrats Adams, llcach, Belmont, Felix Campbell, Hewitt, and Mahonoy; lho Pennsylvania Democrats, Scolt, Storm, and Swopo. Of tho 15Ji negative votes, 123 woro cast by Hcnubllcans and 3.1 bv Democrats, nf tbo 3 Democrats lotlng In tbo negative, 0-j tuiiiu nuui Buiiiuoi'u suites, as loiiovvs: MarjUnd, Mr. l'ludlay; Louisiana, Messrs. Gay, Irion, 8t. Martlu, nnd Wallace; Alabama, Mr. Martin. Tbo western states contribute! eleven nrgatlvo votes as follows! California. Mr. Henlev; Illinois, Messrs. I.twlor nnd Ward; Ohio, Meters. Campbell, l'.llsberry, Foran, (ieddis, 1.0 Fovre, Seney, Warner, and Wllklus, Tho remaining Dcmoratlc nega tive votes wcro cast by members from New York, Pfiinsjlvoiila, aud Now Jersey, as follows: Now York, Messrs. Arnot, llllss, T. J. Campbell, Donduey, Mcrrlumti, Mul ler, Pindar, Sprlggs, Stahlnockcr, and lelc; New Jersey, Messrs, Green, Mc.Vdoa, and Plilcnck; Peniisjlvanla, Messrs. lloyle, Ciirlln, Kruiuitrout, Itandull, aud Sowden. Of tho gentlemen paired, Mr. Aiken, ot Eoulh Cutollna, has never taken tho oath of ofllco, havlug been 111 sluco tho boctuulng of tloiissloii Tlio only member absent and unpaired woo Mr. Frederick, of Iowa, who was con fined to his homo by Illness. Jilt. MOIUUSON'S VIEWS. Mr. Morrison eocined to accept philo sophically his defeat yesterday, llo said ho was not disappointed lu tho result, ond that ho hud foreseen It for rauuy mouths, but this was a thing to which tho party and thu administration wero pledged, and ho "had to mako tho tight, bit or miss," When asked why ho Intended to again attempt to call up tho bill on Tuesday uoxt, ho said, with a smile, "It will glvo them a chance to repent," but tie ileollnnl tu nx prcss any oplulon os to w hothcr ho vxnootod u cbru-,1. In to-dij'a result, THREE CENTS. THE W LIBRARY SUE. AT THE 11F.QUF.ST OF THE JUItY TUB C0UIIT DF.KISKS TIlMJt DUTY. They Aro Not lo Consider tho Cost of lleniovlng From tlio Oronnds.or Lost 1 Ittislnrss Valuations Gls-en by l'roperf.v Holders. Shortly of lcr tho board of appraiser for the library slto tnct yesterday morning Mr. II. lloss Perry appeared as counsel for Dora lulc McMcnamlii, owner of lot a, square) 7.11, aud liavlrg a ubslsllug loisohold Interest lu lot ri, square 72.), and mado tho following ufTcn "Notr cornea petitioner and offers to move, by tho testimony of Jacob Vlhmcjcr, a competent witness hero In court produced and tcralcrc-1 to bo sworn, unto tho following matters of fact, to wit 1 p "I. That said Mc.Menatnln lira upon his said premises certain stock In trade of monument, largo pieces of marble, granlto, Ac, nnd that it would cost n largo sum of money to wit, tho sum of $.1,000-to safely and properly retnovo tho samo from tho said premises, about to bo condemned, "2. Thottho removal of tha said McJIona mlii's business from the said prcrulsoa will coustimo a long period of tlmo, to wit, ten weeks, nnd will Interrupt his business dur ing tho said period and so csuso him a loss, from lho said Interruption, of $5,000. "3. That tho condemnation of tlio said premises will destroy lho good will of his Mid business, and so damsgo him In tho sum of $10,000." District Attorney Worthlngton appeared for tho government, und on behalf of tho United Stales asked for tho rejection of tho application. Tho Jury, otter consulta tion, voted lo deny tho petition and re turned It with the following Indorsement t Slatemcnt declined as being outiMoof lho provlnco of tbo Jury as charged by tho J11 Igo. lho lury rcfuso to hear tho testimony oirorod wilhln. 8. II. WALKEn, Secretary. Upon this action of tho Jury tbo matter wos Immediately taken beforo Justice Cox, who was holding tho district court, and ho mado tho following certificate): "Matter re spectfully referred to tho general term." 1 Tho attornejs went direct Into tho court In general term, whero a caso was on hear ing. Mr. Worthlngton called tho nttcntton or tho court to tho matter, Its Importance, nnd the necessity for an immodlato hearing, as It was likely to Involve delay lu tho work of Iho Jury. Tbo court decided to grant nn tmmcdlato hearing. Mr. Worthlngton raised tho point Ibat tho court was without Jurisdiction, and that an appeal from tho district court In caso of this description would not llo and consequently ono could not bo certlflod. Mr. Perry contended that tho court had Jurisdiction, nnd read authorities to support tho position assumed by him and to show tho previous decisions of tho court In rela tion to cases certified. Tho court took tho matter under consid eration, retired to tho consultation room, and, after liclng absent somo tlmo, rcturnod. Justlco Itagner delivered tho unanimous oplulon of tho court, and after rovlowlng tho manner In which tho application camo beforo them, said that Justlco Cor, holding Uio district court, would.have tho right to consider tho application; that tbo Jury was under tha order and direction of tho court, and If for tho purpose of their Information they saw fit to apply to tho court for In struction they might do so, and others In terested might probably have tho samo right, Tho Jury might act on cases and ap peals bo taken from tholr decision, and It Is a matter In which tho Jtisiicoof tho dis trict court rould propnn .nrtlfy to tha general term. Anolhcrquestton was: "Had tho Jury tho right to hear testimony and should thoy bd admonished If thoy rcfusod to hoar It?'1 Tho court held that thoy had tho right and could use tho testimony, lu con nection with their own Judgment, In making a decision, but they wcro not to bo cou eluded by tho testimony taken. Upon tho question submitted tbo court held that tho Jury wcro right In not considering thonp pllcation and taking testimony on tho points suggested. The court mado refer ence to tho act directing tho condemnation, nud said tbat tho aim of Congress appeared to bo for a Jury to ascertain the valuo ot tho land. It had mado no rcfcrcnco to stock 011 tho land, or loss sustained In Its removal JJor loss to business by changes. This being tho fact, tho Jury had nothing to do with theso matters, nnd did right In re fusing to consider them. Tho case wos remanded to tbo district court with directions to pass an order In ac cordance with tho views expressed by tha court In general term. Aftor tho opinion had bcon concluded ond decision given, Mr. Perry colled attention to tho fact that whllo tho court had decided tho enllro matter thero had been only one point presented to tbo court that ot Jurisdiction. Ho had como prepared to arguo tho other points, but thought now It would bo up-hill work with tho court against him. It was finally concluded to withdraw tho ordor and lot Mr. Perry mako his argument. Ho expects to conclude this morulng. After tho Jury had acted on tho AtoMcna mlu application tho noxt caso thoy pro ceeded to consider was that of Mrs. Sarah I,, Berry, represented by C. II. Crogln, and who Is tho owner of sublots from I to 4, square 730, at tho corner of Pennsylvania avenuo and Second street, lfjlj feet on tho avenuo and 11WJ feet on Second street. Mrs. Berry etnlcd that this a as tbo homestead, nnd thoy would not tako loss than $50,000 for tho property, und did not core to glvo It up at all. Tho value- put on it wasfil per foot, with Improvements, aggregatlnit $311,607,50, 1 Mr, Ilurrett, representing Mrs. Sarah liurrctt, who owns 23 feet adjoining Mrs. Berry's nroperty, stated that their dwelling cost $7,000 and tho ground $0,000. Mr, Edmund Hudson, owoer ot part ot lot 2, valued bis ground at $1,75 per foot, and tho cost of tho Improvements was $12,000. Messrs. M. O. Emery and 8. W. Tullock, as trustees, and Mr. A. II. Cragln, appearing for his wlfc,statcd that the ground ot lot part 2, fronting on South A street and Pennsylvania avenue, was valued at $3 per foot, J. F. Iluchler owned eublot 13 of lot unvalued tho grouud at $3.50 per foot, ond tho improvements at $1,000. Agnoa McLaughlcn, ownor ot lot 14, placed n VfllllA nf 43 na, tnr nnn , ,n l,k 1. . .mv wa. w j.w ,w, MUVU lb, IUU TlbU bill, bouses It waa worth $9,000. It. O. uuniiug, ruiircscnung sudioi it) (part 4), fronting 27 feet on A street and containing i.nrji r, At ti,, nA i,n nM,n.i ... , , --- .,.v. ,.., ,uv, .uu tj.uuui nb i.fUlllir foot. Sublot IT, with 50 feet front on Dnnlli A ...a..... ..... ....... .1 .. A. m. . . . uuubu D.n:i;v,wua vaiueu lib 1,'jo per IOOI, and tho two houses at $450 each. Juo. 1), Sillier represented tho property ot Ooo. n. .Miner, deceased, ay by 50 feet, at tha coruer of Secoud aud A streets, valued tbo crotind at $2,75 per foot, and tho houses at $1,700, 1 f fl.mnl rrrt annnHVA.S In tl...f..,......l of tho National Metropolitan Insuranco uui.uuj, uhuud j urv Ul 1UI, 1, UttVlug a frontugoof 20 fee ton Second street by 109 icei, nun claimed that tho property wu worth $3,300. mo property of Mrs. Chew, sublot 9, wllh a frontage of 2.1 feet on Pennsylvania K.iuuv, nan ri'iircBciucu uy ,ur. namuei Atn.lftnv II, a,i...l tl.n, .,... tin. as.. ...fc $8,000 and tho grouud was worth fJ per This closed tho hearing for yesterday, and to-day tho owners aud thoso Interested lu square 731 will ho heard, and thoso In the re maining square on Monday next If posslblo. t, . 1II1U Mglicil by tho I'resldent. The President ovtcrday signed tho bill for tlio relict of ex-Collectors Chostor A. Arthur und W. II. llobcrtson tu connection with their accounts as collectors of tho port or Now York Alto ono for tho roller or John Froser In thu sum of S'U I SO for services as acting supcrvlilng nrehitertof tho treasury. Also for tho Arthur Kill bridge and making that road a poatroad. The Weather. For Washington and vicinity Fair weather, nearly stationary temperature. Tbermometrlo readings 3 a. m., 74.0 7 a. m., 77.03! 11 a. m., UIW a p. m., 7IOi 7 p. m,, 70 8; 10 p.m. 7(1 tfi II p. m., 7 .', mean temperature, 7ft 7; nuxlruum, fMy'i minimum, TAff; mean ri itivu h-i-nld'ty, W.S", total prcelpltaticui, ,l u.hcs.