Newspaper of Evening Star, June 6, 1876, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 6, 1876 Page 1
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WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY. JUNE 6, 1876. TWO CENTS. THE EVENING STAR rrBLI>HFD DIILT, AT THE fiTAH BULLDISUS, FflBiTUanlft A(trier ill* street* The Ziwzz Star Hewspaper Company, ?. a. 'tukvrwMAys, TBI KTT5;^U HTai it HTfrt hy e*w*irrt to of T?- Cl t* j*r wtek. or- Korly Jbcr Onta p?r mon'h. b-f+ra *t the- eosm/irr, Two Ont* ?rt. y.y . vol?pnttat*. f^t^xad? 81 ity Cent* * roc*:Uj; on? J***r, M. TBI WfMLT Htah i"JAUI*tion Prui-ty? Wi ? year, pottmpe prrpmd. mrAU mttHrriptiomA invariably tn Trft-<T?v?. mr Rait* of nd> rrtiatny furmM'.ed on SUMMER RESORTS. B' > A BOB H V ?A peasant CjOutrr I h BJf. wrt.1.1 tw.. II l.pa i,f ? tit'ieA. m A imi H '?.- M, iitt*i ? and one mile from rw'l T' a- I Wi,!ki-p. r i ?. g ? 'd labla, t ?ic?litLtwiter. Bte hee'tby laca?u?. a e\p-rierce cf tbrt* year* *m> i*'ar lo^. Appyto M\90NJAM*?, )?? It* K u-il II'H. L"niciin r-.nn y, V* ^|uiM in llut ?K. cuEsson springs, ow? r?. Tfci* deiigb"' I*! BMfK EIJKHT *11' j ?? p?fi-t U r the i?ip"oo of gusts' *1 >K utb. W*. . S tnatert rv~ ? , ? . f !(,?? Allegheny IdlUult, -J ?.ore d'?ir*>l- pl-K? <-*? 1>!? I ,mij anywt re. W. i ivin1?, Ac , ad-.r?<?? jtt lm .? V McCLBLLkN. Snp't. t K F 1SATU1NU. c luniwa tail S FO.NT Lr' KOI? M VMIK KltJOHT- H?.'?t Ml it i pl%? OPI N Jl Nli l?TH Accra pe> lower Pi i i>a ???an>*rs JAS. R. MtLHl UN. P" p j?J lo* ??t Lwk.nii <1 S?r? a Co., Md. H?>19C.?ihl? ileaaant H.t>l. pti ? * at.!ly *i<cat. I o-> the Jnoiata t'?tr j . , A 111 P*ssr>|t>mi rillrotd, 1? a>w ? p*ti?ty*. r tir-uotid aat-_i?. f.r lertr.a. Ac.,?r* I !??.?? ? 8<NH * N--?p<-r?, Pe-re county. Pa. C'ANNON Ul'l ?F. MANASSAS. VA., Bi'n?l?l o? th? iii.h' ?; P-i.,1 ui the M'.Hatsd raH r?ad. U liilrs from Wt<hlii|tt>ii, with ?tttafeg aid evening r^irs each wa> 1 Farr I rrccnil t: if % 1 73 1h? II Hif ? ita.aitbtoib'* I r^fc<< the entin- I riktn l u? T> i Hi- ar* w?ll fnrDi?f*d. ?r.d ibf nlirnv room ?k>I ?ad ?ir*. th?cctntr) l? ?? healih u an> tn lb-' and ti>?ro are ???? iiuarcer* ?i-fr ont cbilditi tr^f. jel-lin* FRANCIS J.JTAK5Q*, Prop i<-tor. 'IUI UTGB1A HOTEL. FOBT MOSIJI. * OLD POlttT COMFOKT, VA. Th'a d<*:ightful (?nintrer Ke?ort. c mi,la! ?( * ?ai?r ? cw ?.t r ir. ?I -<J id the A'Uttlcj ^ ? A roaat. fori,lah> with i'I Kid'-n Improve-VcTMj V K.anta G-? an 1 EltClrie Rella iu >T(rjr fo? m. and W?t>-r on e*?ty fl??or, ?c 1 cap?t>e cf ac c< Ui*>- da'iig (UO p?-r<<.i>?, i? no* open forth" r? repttonof gu? ?ti for th< Poiun??T <oaavn. WQ'vrf It*'* ?rd? itiotant. at wh-ch 15 to 2U it am-rt touch nail), afford ha ererj epportneity ?f ciiniantc* tion * itl? a'I p< Itta of the eonu'ry B.jp' i <r b*a-h for ta'biDK at ? b* d< or ??tej*?giH.d frti: ?!*> until Jtorrmbar. LiiU4i .il facilities tor Boating ?ud f1>blt|. Trrwa?per week ard n?w%r.l?, a*yor?!lnf to loratloi. t*p*-i?l tumt to parttoi ramalniiig a ?toatti or longer. Adore** j#l im II PHOFBl'P. Prop ietor. THI FARI3H HOTEL J CHAKLOU US 71LLE. VA , Offrri SnitiBier Hoarder* superior ate mm Ida tirtia Prices v?ry moderate For tortber partienl-n aiidrt ??. nyitilw J M Page a CO., Prop*. DUlUMtC HIIIFL. Ml ?T. UiOkUK 8 INLAND. Near PIN BY POINT. KM Thla amcaier re*ort will le open for reception of vUif r* Jane l?ib. Viaitor* by Potoeac ateaser* will be' ?let troarpili at Pio?y Poln' or Maraball * wbarf ?ith cocTeyance. Table alway* N?| H t tut d? Sicacte* of tbe ?? aeon. Boats far Cibing anU aalin g frtc cf cli?rc?. A<1dre*i K J. ADA Mr A IiBOS . M'.SOllL- Pine? P. Irt P (1 Ma'i iCp ,?M | OI L OI * JIMKBAL IfHI.IdS, HAMILTON, VA. Tbl* pleamt.t Sctr.tr#r B?? rt will ba open for tb re^eprioo ot goeoM'O tPe let of Jade , ThecoDt q?.i y tothe dtpot and telegraph ? tfice. logtiutr with thu rnrative pruper tiea of the water render* ihia one of theme able ?ttna-i. u-i a the coQiury. for per* >a? i>ejking net. recifktiun and heaitb. T-rm* moderate. Ad<*r>??. B S Bl'SK. Proprietor lr > > tin" Hamilton. London Con ?ty. Va MU.1>IU( TH IIOL'KB. fPKlBi> L*KB BEACH. MOXMOVTH COL'XTY, .v J. Thi* new and migLific^nt Seu-ide Hotel will Im cp<-o Jl ?e -,1378. t oitau irg ;MJ band <m<ly-tnrtiihed rotinii g??. water, elevator, electric bell a d all ib- ttodern c.^tieerie a-1 Awyle ca;aci?v for i**1 gne?i? w'tho i' cowdltig. IbeCotei is JCU fc?t fr-m the beu h where tfre l^ath'rc t? unai.r?a*-? I . o the nut vhile a raagni* tic at freeh-water laA- ii wf.h n*of?et ot tut? \e Mtilafe inland, ab^oidiDg iu IS h ati'l ep'etdtd for n>* .rs aLd railing Ac elf-en: band if mn-k w'il b. is ittesda^ce tte ?ire iiax ti i f? nr n. ir h- >. Warm Balt<*rid Fr??h Wat'? B ?th* !?? the tn' ding ho*?# fri.tj New Fork city, lii hour* froji ??-?t J l.'.Uddpt'a. withent char ge of car*. For cirenlai^ aptly V. UM 8t Houi.PaUl ddicip.vt ai tHe ?, ,fc ?,h .. MCLL1N A Y( K1NN1S. Pioprjetore. w ?' li of St. < lood Holal, PbilwdeUhia. J J McBlAJt K, cf Uepct H-UI, Fort Wayne, li*hl? K?ran I. Mf A line liTerj in attetdatre for n*e I g'iest*. ?'Ml w in |> 4WI BY I FKISUI, NEAB HABUISONBCBO, EOCHIBGHASI COCMn.VA CXOW Bl'BKEK.OF WABBIBUTOS, D C, M ABAGEK. ?c-ption ot en TOP ID" *J* d-ir >iti -w in r?e im or ACfuri m TBI* wrll knrwa atd popular ?ria;ni9r Be*ort will be (. peu Jnne 1st, HTo. Thewateis I t anr-lyxia coanpare !a?oi<tbi? wi h tte renowned rhwiybeate water* of Bar p Itutbta rui -?t chal> ti. ate in the UaiteTstTTT. In a<!di?ica t > ifce water, tbe location, pure anl ex Lileraiiag ?tmo?phere, pictme .jne acersry. Br* *ak?, driret, fcutitiDg, ii*biog, Be . all tint to ?take Bawley thk b.*t wttrac'i.-e *???II**tmk ?i *t beaitbtnl reaort in Virginia Tbe Company ha? at great e*pen.-e erected the mixt ( ?inmv'i jus ?id ?? tt?rort*t :e tiirldlnga in tbe -tate, and tfnriog tbe (an wlute* con.pieted a p< rfec. ^jsteci of term c in ai.d i.iidinl alning. Fcr terms and pamphlets apply to A B. I 41 OK, Pre*i,i*nt. ? )3V e'-.Tni Harriso-..bnr -, Virginia. WIVB1K BOABD1NO -Pon-.-.e wiehiac to 1^ ?p? iiii the inamer a? a delu I..tat plat ?ad at low rate* for g od are. *boul<2 w?ite to L S* LOW JV . priD>-'eal F. t ______ Iftitn e. Watrenton. Va , aa this bnil<lin? <?, ? >? (|pb for bcarder*. m>U tntijw \"ATIO* ?Asa Bmuiiir Iburt for Washing 1 toniane. V ATI ON. at the Bine BldgeB . ? A Blorntalra. in U> ndi.no county Va.; onVc^%V the line r,f tbe Waahii g?cn and Ohio rail- J "Hff 1 road. ? (fere See attraction*, and i? now op* > ul , five nniiQte* walk fjcin the d?p 4; fifty mile* from tbe city. Pure nmentain air and splendid -cenery, plecty cf frr.it, milk, batter n> d ?*r?, nicesfrale, pleaa. t wtlks and drlsea, eserythiog for health acd ccmf'.rt fe.n:* ?err fia tisl ls. for nnni, tr ee, tc , addrena G W W BIGHT, Bound Hi!| Depct^W apt O K H ? Va mi ?^-tn th a,3w ? WEA GBI'YI, CAPE MAY FOINT-Thie d I thtf il 8 :r.n. r Bes^rt is tow opftiT and pr.?e-ts n n-nal attr (e'l ??.*. Cot ' tagea fsruiabed or QLtcri.i>he4. for eale or. reut. B K WILSON, e;23 lm ail 7th atroef. rl' t K A L III "d * kL B KIHALl INSTIICTbT 1 Chai tail? V* , X- fl'ted la?t fa?i witn e!> ga:it new fnrri ture at a c-al of ? 12 CUO. ? ill receiie SI >1 Bilk t( l fa. f U.- !.I i. ..t J ui e lo t! ? J-h f ee^ten ' ?r No e*'ra cha'te f r Lot o ccui batLs. no? f^r n.e < t n?w ten piua!la|a. my2? "T?fT BC Bl OtiFTl M >t I T. welTe or B) Btieen Bvarlei. caa be wv mmo f d.-'i<j,ou rravuLI" t< rtns at the ai. rt ' T' -hi. tr n. t nr KIBST M NUAY IN . JINB. Tbe attract*, us u<- C>.<>1. piusoijuitiaia air, with a fine park fr >atirg the hoo^e. This I* the ??ct elerated stoppirg p> mt on th? Western Mary lead railroad. by three bar dred feet, arid is within tbr.e bi iin' itdr trrti lialtmi >r* for pa-t'cnlars applr to JOHN LBECHaPMaN.BIi.e K,lge tsam r- t ' f.Wr.trii: Mary and Hi, '???ad ma lm <TU( K TO* bUTM ^ CAPE MAY, B. J. or ems jvme utk, i*;b. (ii kRi.F.s hi rrr, (Of Coctiaeitai UoUl, Ftuia ,) Proprietor mySB-lm iai f r ? ,.f .1 ai ?rn io# m | BTIZ SrRIMUB HUTKL. Tie rew management beg laav* to in(>rai tba r> r. enest? and pa" i.? ? t t: j *t Ij Bitowa and p> *r|ir SI 11ER BESOK T - 1* at the H .t?l has t>-es m -t iVr KM; r.|_ j?i-l.*u and rrmctlrM fr?> u to# in b ttoui. A literal patrnnage ia ???licit ,1 TSBM6 BIODBUaTE. A pply lo AM**ON * J ACO?T, r ^ lro L?'i?, P< ti>.?yl?a:.ta. ?? c BAi/rr bnp * no bailkuao -? IHIM P. N% J 1! IT?. A'I i)BI tt V * 1 rw ? i Be OPEN f '* V1SI *1 I Oth OF <i ?> B, and their S IW M'-TAL at tiat 1 J oa the Is* <?f JI LY Applicant* 4ir B"?aeorli.Mr<iet:nsal!rraatke n s( -relgr-d. \l I'^liti1. ?rr?*t c r'i>?. W t apS tjyiB J N II* UAlLEV^MaiagT. \ J O K . 4 IBM. BKTr NfH AM) >1 ftlBillN, HiS THE C<>j.l)y*iT AND iiSi>T tUDA tYATKK IN THE WOKLD TBI IT. J ^FECIAL notices. : prun y~,r? to the Br ^ tV- ,N ' Oo VBNTIOm on Wku.NjC ? 1 Ivil'i. "h la,t" *''' >1 Ljc?um Hall at J orl-xka m. JI&OMC A JOHB^ON C'nairman, A:. jr^? the i.\riisor flet'iheb 'Hapel, Jfr/ corsn 4-h ?tre-1 aaJ N?? York ?Tenant i>i ft.lrJfil.rilik1' 'li'-uds to spend an eveniuc it ^*'rgta I *' their chnrcb sverv ?ve n'-s this week. ticept Sat irday. [Hep] JT15* *9T!?5-T?S)fPl?j ?looted IrjnTthn sev . J-' ,z. I'trlc's ot Ibn Tfrnt ry to the - t, if Convention on the 7ih instant ?o saint pr >psr i?.re'TTw".,h'? U'" r,ct ? the (fincin nr? i Convention en ?h* Wth Its ait, aro r^.i'iestei In ttnt.at9a^B>a> 1 ?ri WEDN*-UAy ,tne 7tn J V- JOHHSQN, Chairman. .%c kniuhts of ST. JO P*ru, Ac 1 ?Ton are all earnee'ly re Jjuested to meet at ro-r Hall jo THURSO \Y 9IXT, Jtineit*), >t 7 3ii p m , sharp. f.ir ihe ad3? ii ? "if a tew constitution. The attendance of every iliOil-ei is requested By outer ol the (Vmmarder. JMISF JiOH5,CoirunJ?. JAME* M. PI N3. Recorder. jti .St f?? A SPKCIAI. *>'?t,ng i.f 'lie R'lii K LA V CHS A BSOni 4TION will be belt WKrNJCSDAY EYANINU, Jnne7ih.?t LTrsuo II <>l or. B between 11th and II.h streets norm ?e-t. ?? 8oclt<k. AH Incited. je? OK'K3K T. K. TAT LP 8 .7,L,1.iArK!">K L??*OORaT1'J A3SO CIaTiON sill meet a? Heck's Hall. L^nial ii tVVvr'nI'LV'Tk6.1 h an 1 7Ih on Tl" B3 I'Al KVIMMi. 6>b Insr , at i n'i| .rfc ,M '.0H2 E MORRIS, President. .!*?* 3t ( M< riilrg lleugcopy. ] 0*01: 5E10WN atd TKN^ALLYTJWN KMLKOA r> COM P ? N Y A of the stockholders <.f ike above umwhI on intf ni V i^di*? Lan?'* Hotel, Georgetown ~ Y; 1J,h .'n?t?ut. at 4 o'clock * m? for for i'blr?bni ineM''n* * BoBrJ of Erectors, and >tS 6t A P. FABPOB, 8sc>. t ^^1 'l0T?" "OiliDIJIO 48 ?!!2i 1.7 tu',h an n*l andf>rty nintb regular monthly niPeting of the N >rth Wash-. *:< ? Buildir p a sscci at ion will be he'd at Pavig H 11. .No biA .th ?t. northwest, on TCB8DAY, #fh instant, at .H o dock p m. Tli? Secretary will ?nbn li his aD'.usl report; amenImenta t > the on ?.? ntiin will be presented tor ouaid"ration, an<l officers ilected for the enaninv year POBTER, Acting Preiid*nt. JNO. A. PBBSQOTT. Secret<ry. je5-3t r^COLFB BI? N raiv BB3ITT WILL *'Te thfir annual e*cur?lon to OI?mont on 'hf?7lH ?? Kxtenalve preparations are '.K*.0!8 one of th? happW tripe ever taken down the Fetoniac. tny31 ??py H. H. HBUPLBK, OPriClAN.453 Peon ? i *L *Tenoe, BVBBY EVEN:NQ at TX ? cltcfc- mrfl tr t. M O. A . OPEN AIB MEITISG8 Every Bveniiur.atS o'clock, corner 7th street and Pennsylvania avenue. BABBATH ATTEBBOON SCBV1CB IX LIHCOLS HALL, ___ _ ^ At SH o'clock. '^Everybody invi>ed. rayKtr T H B B B 8 X. IILBL'KS S bODA WATBB. BATUBAL 8PB1HO WaTECS on Dranfbt. (?E COLD TEA, OOP FEE and CUOCOLAH. 1?49 Plt^sTLVASlA AvtNri, ?f15 near Wlllard'i. r^B H WHITAKBB, 7^ t-enernl Claim *n<i Co! ltd ton Attn t, rH., . . inth. ne*?" Treasnry Departsoent. Irlatrict Olaima, Pension and Bounty Claims, a ?penalty. apll |'^*_?nkvOL,8 EXHACSTXOJt.?A Medical . 2?'T-p?2?r'?in* amriwi of lectnrea delW ? at K itn s Museum of Anatomy, New York . VP "re of Premature DecUne, show na iodisp itably hew lost health may be regaiu^d, tffording a clear aynopsti of the Impediments to nVJ fLf,'< the treatment ot nerTons and physl ?! debHi y. being the res i It of*) yearsexoerience. Price, 28 ents. Addreea the author,Dr. L. JT Kahn >gee apt residence. 21 East Wib st., H. T. ap! Sid ?H D OOOBB, Jr. A CO., BAIKUa, _*>ll tr 14 89 r street fSTBATYOBD FESDALL, " ' *?/? J23 4 H stre? t. lanVMi jt TTORPK T AT LAW. qp?L*WlB J0HH80* 4 COT, r"^~ b A II K MAS, * (?r*?r if Mr* Siri? and FtnmyjvAntM Attn**, D?al*rs In Ooyernmcnt atd District Securities roreign Exchange aud Goid. sepu-ly rS*8AMLEL Q. TOLNqT " ? HOTABT PL'BLIO, =>c<>y-t> OrncK?Brag Bv:lb;n?. ESTTBH OFFIRS THAN THE8E CAN NO MAN MAKE. r^1 if, Arret this, YOU DO Kor URKSM WELL DOS'* BLAME !?, FOR WE OFFER TOD A GOOD FDLL SDIT for ft* Ift-lS-W |S ft ltd ?1? 11? WO Sio 810 810 and *12 812 813 812 812 113 8D1TS GOOD CHOUGH FOB DBE&3 for 811 811 814 914 814 led 81? i!6 818 81# 816 810 iad 81* 81*) 81* 118 118 8UPB8B ASD fcTYLlSH FINE DRESS SUITS for ?20 820 82O 820 820 820 ?fd ?*? 122 82* 822 822 822 atd 825 825 825 825 825 825 BOTH' (LOTHiae TOO CHEAP TO MK NT 1 O y. HABLE BROTHERS, Merchant Tailors and Fine Clothiers, j?4jr Corner Sevenh and Dstreem. XIIK JilST IN TUB DISTRICT. (13C1SIAI1 LION L4UKR AND PIIAEXEK BEER, [?.??*? Bo'tle*. p-r I r.en piats. 81 JO Hlth Patent 'l.iKhtnin* St ipp^rs, | ,,q .. .* !XI?.' ?'' ?.Bt' ?'! * 'a f >r B . wi h LiKbtnlDi; Su ppers wh-u returned Othor Bot tles b- r.ght at curreLt pric; a. ??'be #*1* B*Jars tbr ugb mt the District; or DEPOT, ?T GRBF!)B HTKEET. GE01iQ8 Tow*, r? o. - j*1 tr " t ? r r ?i, "vi kh . J?hHh!UHf( T " <* il KtnUwi.m' M* Mftefitmt ?>* i* , ? i'oxn* and 400 UV'!rLir?l1:4 :rrt' f re ? , f 3 s 13 **rf?rt*f*1 f '' , - ' l?4 l>rick4 at (!? pno?. Ck*vp r *v:3'!f fiii'Mi n <? tray be let: t! r J r > t Ka v J r J/' ? ?* ' BII.OS, .? '<B:nCL!i?. . JO?rpn WtLLIA^l^. ontrsrts mUf for 1 -vi kii* ? Uvt',, bi cfe, and for ail oth<-r ciarg-s ?h imlMl?f ? , . ?. JO?t?H UiLLIlMS,' ^ !?? corner Sew Jers-y av^nn^hn] t? s^reat r- t?a- tnyill an tH E A U * H I ?. ^ ofVo Pii'rrLT11*.I"'" * DWCOD?tT iiuc.i LaARUiN ? r OfTJCllIfS, IBBT riS!tsTi?a!?iA Avmi. MllJBl EVENING STAR. Washington News and Gossip. I Govibsmist Receipts To-day?Inter ral revenue, #165.283 ?><?; custom*, #103,033 78 Amoso the callkks at the Walte Honse tp were Senau>r McMillan and K-presentatlvcs Town; end aad Burchard. Mr. BLAI9E I TELLINO speech la the House yesterday and the dramatic scene at tPiidltg the priductlon and reading of tbe letters, about which so much has been said, ate reported on the third page. Pimosal.- Moses Sweetser, esq., for merly of this city, and who has a large cir cle of friends here, Is Id town. ????Hoa. J B. Beck, Senator elect from Kentucky, was lu the Senate chamber to day. Thk House Committee ox the Jcdi ciahy bdd a full meeting this morning. Strange to fay, the matter of the Caldwe'l dispatch was not even alluded to, nor was the resolution of Mr. Blaine requesting Its production forthwith by a report to the Hon e. The sub-committee decided to meet at 2% o'clock and go on with the investiga tion of the Blaine bond scandal. The Chinese i^cEa-noN The Foreign ligations Committee of the Senate held a meetlrg to day, and heard arguments by Senator Spencer and Frank M. Pixley and Philip Roach (the two latter being delegated 11 come to Washington for the purpose), siowii g the necessity of Immediate actloD by the government to prevent the further Importation of coolies and the Mongolian criminal classo?. cljarged soon after h^i? been din lbe ^""nit.ee could'paS hirar;' Uiai ?rectator1 or"'fh' 0eorKla- sat an Interested wi^h the ^ irux. us'?'r "sk tio..s, If Indeed he had any"" "*at direc Id?n*t F^RiD.KR? ~By ,Urectloa or the Pres elect Mrst Lieutenant E. 8. Curtis 'larni lery, Is relieved from duty at th? * ~rt to apply foranetfpriBifi,i 7] permission grantedFl rst L*eu?enant H >" infantry, (Columbus barracks, Ohfo.)^''1^1 dlSlteh CtoRuIJYN? Y ^iili* Spec[Al Points or the s'^ty^f^ ^Z p*ss the bill for !sstiire?nc!l?. House to i*rdc m ijio ooo of tnK S Thus far'about? <MM?V? ury Vlver Co'? currency. have ' JJn'WuSl m.'2~r??Uoaal law. After tue -*10 000 i o > h;n V new BanklDit am! C urrercr i'omm m pa8Ked> tbe '?'fir bill f->r the add?th^?il wil1 PUhb ~-0,(00 0C0 ncoro. Itbas ? coinage of T"1 te reported to the Hau,e tb^week,' Crpfol ?Commodore J. Biakely ghton, ordered to command the naw yard Norfolk, Va . ?t July next. UeSten Surgeon K J iVrrV iV? ^ Asslst^ut ?1 stores at Key^'Weft^S^ t.r giceer Henrv r uJi L Assistant pee. at Poruand J"13'to "?e 0?? Stevens, deiaebfd from ,^?moduro T " navy yai.l, at Norfolk Va CVt?n?%,11<1 oftbe and ordered to continue in Hi Jy uext special duty in relation /L w ']arSe ot J*>r. Lieutenant O w FarpntLvf?1*01*bai" Minnesota, at New York ' (ro? tlw temporary d?tv ?b orderel to SU&?-?SXbSA,VSgJ? which time he haS not't^n V"0' >lQce Hurdette Is not serh?,,o^-hear^J from> Mri. ay harm has <x>me u, Mm r?Heu kV? that queLtiy spoRen oft akin.'^ He bad fre aiong tne ?;att for hit extended trip bad been 1,100"5 settle upon some ?.n, -map.to tr* a-d one ociT mKIie1W*U11 V,"1L ?a get well to asaiaSSK of^tbe^Land^Offl^ ^fln^tbS0^1"1^ He*wrote ber?rrom New^/b' further m.mlou of his lntention,Ut made no da^^I-WOtW what 18 to be The etiect of thl. .? on 016 Pnbllc mind? it is ex ceedlngly difficult to answer this nnl"' Intelligently from this theater of actiun th? Judgment a? to the e fleet o?snrh " oT aegre2t? glous. He Is very a^t^n ?T? ? . ,so c?ita ? arrleil away by his n J? ^ 1 P'ace to be nions, and, if able to rasiift ?hPaUlle8 or Pa' ful dl,qu 1 of one^Tn-rwo P?**r. to bave his head "ur'Jd bv?^11? 18 lik*'* which he bears from o-je parUpoif?m,neQM don't know that i have p*?vinI.i IiL ? side. I difficulties but i have fotf^?^ib of tba*? which, I think, reflects nr??Oplnloa judgrtent of the coolest tinn,fa ?t?e.rV1 y lQe to ttils day's wrSnVi i. . lbal "?tetied ate ju igment that Mr. Blaine ha?MrfUb!r" eueo himst-if with hiV n?ri. . ?.!tr,"|!1h' is not the nominee of the r!V!i! lf "e vention he will be the wirBi^i! ^1,"' coq. nnd make its loader*! rParty, I cwr. HnU. Gazet/c. * comln? Coaiest. The General Appkohriatiom Bill in the Senate.?The Senate yesterday made a ?<mk1 deal of headway with the legislative, executive and judicial appropriation bill. An amendment was adopted appropriating lor lent ufa Ore-proof building for tbe uae of the pension office and bureau of edu cation, the building to be procured by tbe Hecietary of tbe Interior, and a lease thereof to be terminated at nine months'uotice by the P < retary. Other amend men :s, restor ;! g ? !iir>? of employes In the Post OBce . |*:;iii<i t, bureau of education. Depart nu ii - of Justice and Agriculture, general isi .1 (itice, Pension and Patent Offloe* were NtrMii to. Sixty uiousand dollars were agietd to for expenses of clerks detailed to investigate suspected pension frauds. With < ut dtbate tbe second section of the House til waa stricken ont. [It provides for re niciig salaries of tbe second, third and fourtn-clasa, forbids any employe of tbe g >y ?mirt*t from glvtct or receiyiog pay for (v>iitical purpo?es ] Also was stricken oat a cla?*e authorising a reluct ton of 10 per oeat. on the annual sal ??me* of all customs officers whose pay exceeds fl,M per annum An amendment was a lopt.ed providing that alt powers of transfer and co?p msion of officers now held by supervisor* or internal revenue shall be berealier conferral upon tbe com missioner of Internal revenue, and all other powers of said supervisors shall be exercised by collectors of Internal revenue. It was also agreed that tbe reduction ot the number of Internal revenue collection districts shall be made Jnly 1, l*?6> or as soon thereafter as practicable. A proposition to equally distribute gov ernment appointments in the departments among the states, territories and District of C? Inmb!a, according to population, was pending in the Senate when it adjourned yesterday. Whatjvkr else may ba thought of th9 letters. Mr. Blaine has certainly mown that Mr. Mulligan's memory was somewhat de fective as to their contents, for he testified to certain things uot being in the letter* which Mr Blaine showed wt re taere?i Wath Q)r. Bait. Hun. Sam Ward,the epicure and lobby king, was before lhe Committee on Ways and Means this morning. He denied that he had told any one that ?300,000 was used in the lobby to secure i be passage of the Hawaiian t reaty. He did allude to a lobby on the measure in a jo?ose way. but not seriously. He told the committee that for a lobbyist the present Congressional season was like the B^gars' Opeia? lhaf Investigations hai hampered tbe business. Tite rao money men of the House to day gained an advantage by adopting a resolu tion directing the Committee on Banking and Currency to report at any time a bill looking to the repeal of the specie resump tion act. Should such a bill be reported It can be passed, as a majority vote would be all that Is reeded, and tbe Inflationists out number the bullionlsts in the House. Tne trouble will be, however, to get a bill from committee, as it is regarded asahard-mjney committee. The Insane Asylum Investigation Rf port?The Committee on the Expendi tures of the Interior Department have con cluded their investigation of the Govern ment Insane Asylum, a d are now engaged in writing lite report. The committee, in their inspection of the asylum on .Saturday last, found several persons there?one of ? hem an engineer of the U. S. navy named Higgins, Mus Mary Harris, and others? whom they do not think fit subjects for an insane asylum, and recommended their re lease. Should a board of surgeons find upon examination that they are not lusane, a board of naval surgeons will be called to ex amine into the case of Engineer Hlgglns. The committee will liuish their report by Monday next. The House yesterday ordered the evidence taken during the investigation to be printed. 8everal of the persons to be examined In regard to their sanity have been in the asylum for fonr or five years. Tk* remarkable sensation produced In the House yesterday, by tue speech of ex Speaker Blaine, contiuues to b9 tbe leading topic of conversation at the Capitol to-day. His friends are jubilant. The action of tbe Chairman of the Judiciary Committee in withholding the Caldwell dispatch is gener ally denounced, and many of the democrats intimate that tbe democratic party cannot sustain Mr. Knott, and that he must assume ttie individual reFponsiblllty, soas to relieve the party from apparent Insincerity. Mr. Iilalne was in his seat In the House to day He was frequently congratulated by numbers and bis friends on the floor. Said a republican this morning, ?*He has again fought the democracy slngle-handel. and cleared them out horse, foot and dagroon." It Is alleged that when J. Proctor Kiiott r- ceived the Caldwell dispatch, that instead of eLdeavoringtoauthenticate it,heacc?ptel ii as genuine, but has been searching the tel egraph offices to eideavor to find some m?s s age from Blaine to Caldwell inviting the latter to make the communication he did. So far he has foiled. It is said also that the com mi (.tee are push 1- g irquirles to see If Blaine cannot be ' caught'' on the Kansas Pacific road. Tbe Diatrii-t Investigation. AL 1EKT fJLEASON PROMISES INSTITUTION. The District of Columbia Committee this rrorcing examined Albert Gleason consern 't:g the alleged ove.-paymfmt to him of H5,f00 by the board of audit, for certain grading and filling doL? uuder tue board o: ubllc worfr*. Gleason said that he did not ^ncw of such ove.-.;ayment. hut that he *ould consult his books, and if be found h"?t he had been paid twice for the same work he would make restitution to the Dis 'ilct tovernment. Pxespicis ok the Coal Trade?Tue arr.ouncement made in this column last wee k, that the associated coal carrying c >m panies were united as to the full and steady supply of coal for tbe remainder of the sea son, has had the good effect of quickening the trade for almost all sizes of coal. For s week from this date the production and transportation of coal will raeaMirably cease in order to check the oversupply and keep prices 6teadv, making them as nearly < i"al to all large consumers as possible, thus en curaglug the iron manufacturers and pro tecting that great industry from loss by rea son of Hidden and unwise overloading of the ccal market, to be followed by higher prices of that necessary commodity, with atten dant general ruin to many of the manufac turing industries. The crises in tbe coal trade lor this year it is thought has passed, and henceforth to tbe end of tbe season the coal operators aod the coal carriers antlci pate a good healthy traffic. While nndue piling of coal will be discouraged by all of the six companies in the at>t>ociatlon, the prices to consumers will not b? permit ted to advance beyond fairly remunerative limits.?t/'At/a. Ledger, 5th. The Canadian Pacific Railroad The Canadiau government expect to be able before January, 1?77, to Invite tenders for building and working sections of tbe Cana dlan Pacific railroad between Lake Superior and tbe Pacific Ocean. The contractors will receive lands or proceeds of lands at the rate of JO,COO acres ami cash at the rate of #10 000 for each mile of railway constructed, with interest at the rate of 4 per cent, for twenty five years from the completion of the work on any further sum which may be stlpu lated in tbe contract. Avirt, Joyce and McDonald ? Joyce, the whisky-ring thief, waa seen at the Mis souri penitentiary last week by a reporter, who describes nim as looking pale and ?."sted. He makes an effort to keep up his old time gayety, but bis stilted talk and po 1 t'-al quotations are noticeably missing. McDonald s health has improved since bis imprisonment, he has grown plump aud seems not to sutler from depression of spirits. Avery is acting as a nurse in tb? prlsoa hos pital and Is very lonesome and dejected look ing. Kerosene and Potato Buos.?a. niece of Dr. Ellis, West Farms, who resided at Wakefield, engaged herself a day or two ago In catching a large number of potato bugs ard placing them In a dlsn containing a quantity of aere*ene oil, as a convenient way of killing them. After thus collecting Rnd disposing of them, she thoughtlessly poured tbe contents of the dish, oil and bee tles, into a stove, when the flames burst out r ut of the stove and communicated with her clothing, and she was burned in a shocking manner. Daniel Drew remained quiet yesterday. Duiing the past few days m'wt of his pio tmesand tbe best of bis furniture and orna ments have been disposed of at private sale. Tbe walls of bis once-elegant rooms now look very bare, and Mr. Drew seems to take mat ters sadly to heart. All of tbe family, with tbe exception of Mr. Drew's sod. have gone to their country residence in Westchester county, but Mr. Drew will remain in what be terms the old homestead as long as he can. UV. Y. World 5th. Thi Methodist Ministers and the Excisb Law ?At tbe meeting or tbe Meth. odist ministers in New York yesterday, re P< rt? were read from all the Methodist cLurthes lu the city, tendering their hearty support to the police commissioners in their endeavors to snppress tbe sale of liquors on Sunday. All eos Love.?At Tailed ega, Alabama, on tbe 1st Instant, a German named Zlo llDck. professor of art in crayon, attempted to kill himself because a young lady refused to marry him. The Atlanta (Gi) Constltu lion special, from which we take tbe above, save the pistol wound is a dangerous but not i e cettsrlly a fatal one. Gineral McClellan Robbed ?Gen eral McClellan was a few days ago robbed at bis residence, in Orange, of considerable property. He reported the ease at p dice headquarters, and the detectives are bant at work ferreting oat tbe robbers.-[.Y. jr. C)/n merrial, 6th. ?7*A decision has been rendered in tbe New York eoortof common pleas sustaining the injanetion agaiust the New York eleva ted railroad restraining then from building their roa4 along Greenwich street. Tb? Charge ArsImI HpMker Kerr. MEETING OF THE COIIMtTT** TO DAY. The Committee ou tUe Expenditures of tbe War department resumed tbe invest'gallon of the Harney charge against Speaker Kerr this morning?Mr. K K Elliott. cr>unsel for the Speaker, being prevent In hit behalf. Caj t. A. P Green asked to in*ke a state ment In relation to the cause of bl? leav.ng the army. He said be acknowlelgi I tint be was discharged. alter beiM$rourt-martialed, for drinking; but be dlsclaimel being a t habitual drunkard, ard appealed to fie committee to Judge of his conduct b-f. re them. Mr. Clymer said that there wai nothing in bis conduct while in this city but was com plimentary to him, and ha thought tlitre was nothing, so far as be knew, to detract from the record that ("apt. Own bad mate for himself during the 1od? lime he had been in the army The committee went into executive ses sion. Tee committee at l p. m. a tjoarned until Friday afternoon. Should Hon. Morgan 8. Jones, of New YorK, wdo was a member of the House in 18rt>, ard who requested Mr. Kerr to appoint Capt (ireen. arrive ?v*r?re to em the loirmittee will meet and take bis testimony. No otber witnesses will be ex amlneu until then. The District In (ongrefm MEITINO OF THE SENATE COMMITTEE The SeLate Committee on the District or Columbia held a mHar _.^<k, 'strict oi dav c reS"'*r wWly meeting t> cwk DorJS: 2pC!Icori (CUftirman,) H tcH ^se^.0rThyeS^L rUrdH lnKalls b'*?* sans.?!? a. s s every ?M0. Dr a p > VT cenl- on In **kw distr,ct tax bill. i.,iV Sesate today Mr. Spenc>r, irom the Committee on the District of Columb'a reported the House District tax mil bff]lX?ng'lDn 1 iTmin f?t?:?jgw1 ?1 e" Hon men t of the ta* ? , th? *PPor the tax due Kent u-?f: *nti makes hair Jan v i is-- .nr.:' 1KC> ana lhe other half wasiwH&S"? raSSSSSpS swss? SB ifhre, and for other pnrtwes. ' ' prlor Chfsapeakf. and Ohio p??., ,, Yr.vi^ al ?>?P?ny was held in Aunanoii* JiAt/J? ,y' ,?nd the Allowing K ^Jtctcd for the 6nRuiog yfar a i> f. president: D. 8. Blseror^rrrrr^T.V10rma,J' James G. Berret, of Washington^t1TC?W ch' ael Banton, of Anne Arundel county b k Crawford, of Montgomery courtvh?-' . , rnr*f ;(f HarfSid coun^y. and'I'atr? ok President f"?clr eomitr. directors. Gorman *ubmlit?\i hi? rp^r? The reeifnii? fl t),eJ1nK tae 4'ltl annual r. p^rl iDt a^ee el?! "J6 ^ Were *!'3.2114^ < f l'H revenue from 1*74 of -,,,Vu J. ; The ^spennes of 1875 were *>i t The emnings more than expenses hi is- > were *264,lVi3; in 1873, f." >? in llt'i ?2?,2W 5!>; Id IAS, t254.lVJ22. ' ' ' i i.o reduction of 28 cents on pa.ii fmm umber lard to Locust Point b? the Riiti ^?lTm*^EE?rt*Uon of co?' I" favor of tne s^Mteiar ^ thP^Hi?Pft ?raUfJlnS feature of the trade S&PSSSl 'J ???????,??!.??llt.'sn SE tbaufs uys? Si? ?Pteam U wel?-f>unde.l. and lgation gement 18 glven to ?tean uav laitXwintere *B?)Tr7?E made ou tUe canal bv the 'arlber reduction ma.le o.i,I f H^'^oad the canal had t<) reduce ire coairfromaCumh^!|e,it0ge?er 51 C8ats 0,1 UcohTr. ? ??M?em?n. Id every"'? inTt?B#MHI<rA?0 Mayoraltv C0VT*Sr In the Circuit Court at Cmcago yesterdav'ln , l ay?ra"y ?*?* of Col Vlu x". h"??S B p Judges sitting in bauc. the maj inty of Uie wjurU-Judgea McAllister, William, Mi?.vsyrfss?1tS'Sfftg'????? does not invalidate ih? g<S2 *J*duty the law is mandatory, and al? be legally held notwlmstandine Tno?, ^?ay lietlon en the part of the oounc/f. ^ r* ThI M ARSKri BLD acrts 0/ land, inclnding to ac^ei of TsTr?!' r to Bradford Dlanchard for ^ ^arlhhan^"y rr.ee is Ju-t #,c per acre. - [ Jol'r* On the War Path ?Three herder* ware kl.led by Indians miles south of Sidney, in Nebraska, last Saturday. A dispatch re ceived at military headquarters to day, dated the 4th, states that a courier arrived fiom Red Cloud this morning, saya Veilow Rf.be arrived at tbe agency six days ago from a hostile camp of eighteen hundred and six lodges on the Rosebed. They were about to leave for Powder river. The Indians say they will fight, and have three thousand warriors. BCLLOCK EOR Bkistow The Worcester (MawO Spy publishes a loiter from Gov. Bullock, declining, on acoouut of previous et ts p em en is to act as a delegate to the Re-* puMiran National Convention at Clncin rati. He declares bis preference for Secre tary Bristow for tbe Presidency. KTTbe Boston Evening Journal is inform ed that J. C. Ayer, tbe patent medicine man ufacturer, of Lowell, Mm., was sent to an Insane asylum in New Jersey last week. ?TTbe death of Mary J. Puller from abor tion, in Boston. last Thursday, has led to the arrest of Miss Fannie Drake, the practition er. and Lysander Den ham. the latter having, as u alleged, having burned the body or the ebild in a slovs lo prevent discovery. FORTY-IX)LRTil CONGRESS. TriRDAY, Jane c. SENATE?Mr. Spencer, from Committee on District of Columbia. reported adversely tte bill to Incorporate tbe Sanitary A bat- I toir Company of tbe District of Colum bia; also, adversely tbe bill to provide for a roolegicAl park in the District of Colombia, Ac : and they were rejected. Also. f;om the same committee, a substi tute for (be Hoc*e tax bill for tbe District of Columbia; which was ordered to be printed ai d placed ou the calendar. Mr. Sbeiman. from Committee on Finance, submitted a wiitten report on the subject of tbe alleged discrepancies In the Treasury statements; which was ordered to be printed. Mr. Jones, of Nevada, presented petition of citizens of Nevadaatalnst further Chinese I immigration. Referred to Committee ou Foreign Relations. Mr. Whjte presented the petition of Gro P. T. Beauregard, of Louisiana, asking the renovalof his political disabilities. Referred to ihe Committee ou Judiciary. Mr. Thurman called hp House bill to ren ove the political disabilities of James T. I Nlchol's, or Louisia'.a. Passed. Mr. Windom. from Committee on Public Lards, reported House bill to give consent ol theC. S. to the appropriation of ccrtalu pn ceeus arising trom toe sale of the swamp and overflowed lan<la ta Alabama, for tiie purpose ol furnishicK other ai d additional accommodation* f- r t:ie Indigent, insane and idiotic persons resident In said state. Mr Withers railed up hill to remove the rolltlcal disabilities ol Samuel Jones, of Virginia- Passed. Mr. Johnston called up House bill grant ing a pension to Faille 4. White. Passed. THE BII.KSAP mi'KACHllINT TRIAL.. Ai one o'clock p. in. legislative and execu- I ti\e buslnes* was susp?-ivied, ao<l the Senate proceeded to the consideration of tbe articles of impeachment against W. W. Belknap, late Secretary of War. General Belknap ap peared with Metsrs. Black and Blair ol his count el. and the managers of Impeachment also appeared. After the usual proclamation by the Ser jeant at Arms, thetuiuuieeof Impeachment of Monday last were read. The question was stated as in tbe order submitted by Mr. Whjte, that the respond ent answer within ten days, or plead further. Mr. Black, in beLair of the respondent; then submitted a motion that the order served on the respondent be vacated, because two-thlidsof the Beratcrs rot having voted for jurisdiction, therefore the trial could not legally proceed. The Chair stated that the first vote to be taken would be ou tte order submitted by Senator White. Mr. Blair said ttwould seem that the more proper way would be to decide first tbe mo lion submitted by the counsel. He denied, as had been a'ated l*i the newspapers, lhat there wa, any Intent.on oi> their part to 4e lay, or interpose dilatory motions. On motion of Senator Sherman, the mo tton of Senator While was amended so as to read: Differed, That W W. Belknap, the r??poni ent. have leave to plead further as to answer within ten clays from this date to the arti cles of impeachment. Mr. Manager Lord submitted In behalf ol the managers a motion that In default of au answer to the merits within ten days by re spondent, the tilal shall proceed as on a plea of cot guilty. Mr. Mar ager Lord submitted a farther rao tlon that on the 11th day of July, 1*76. the Senate, tilting as a court of impeachment. I u ,ii proceed to bear the evidence in the trial ol Ibis case. Mr. Tbnrman moved to add the first mo tion submitted by the managers as au amendment to the proposition of Mr Wliyie. I Mr. Chrlstiancy asked if by this the couu- I sel were to be precluded from raising the question as to jurisdiction ou account of iwothlidsof the Senate not having voted lu the affirmative? Mr. Thurman said that question coall be argued at any lime. Sir. Edmunds did not wish to be under- I stood as bound either by the question of Mr Chrlstiancy or the answer of Mr. Tbtirmau. I Mr. Manager Lymlesaid for several weeks the progress of the trial had been delayed by the couueel with dilator? motions, and th i I managers thought the Senate had allowed these dilatory pleadings to goo-ito) long. I There was no precedent for It either io Eug 1. nd or lu this country, if the Senate al lowed th< ?e dilatory pleas to continue there wou'd t?e no end to this trial, aid the merits of the question would never be reached. The aim and intent of Impeachment trUls is to secuie a speedy decision. Mr. Blair said so tar from there having been delay can- ed t?y the counsel, they had been forced into the artculng of the q lesttoa of Jurisdiction without proper preparation All that they desired was time to argue on the motion tbey had just submitted. They would be ready to proceed now if It were uot lor the illness of their associate (Mr. Car penter.) . Judge Black thought lhat the counsel ought to have the privilege of arguing the question of jurisdiction at anytime. They held that the decision of the Senate on this question was In favor of the respondent, be cause It required a majority or two-tnlrds to express the Judgment of the Senate as a col lective tody. . Mr. Manager I^apham said the defendant had appeared and pleaded, and the Senate had passedlts judgment ou that plea, and all that was asked for -ow was an operative ortter as to the futn^ of the trial. At this stage of the case tnere wai no necessity to argue thequestlon or jurisdiction now raised by the counsel. That argument could be made at any time arter tbe evidence was In. What the managers wanted uow was that au order should be made that the trial proceed without further delay ou Its merits. Senator Whyte then subnrdtteed a motion that the Court of Impeachment adjourn till to morrow at 1 p. m , when arguments shall be beard on the motion submitted by counsel for the respondent. Mr. Blair, in answer to a juestlon of Sen ator Conk ling, said that Mr. Carpen'er would prefer to have a postponement till Wednesday, bat that be thought lie would be able to be here to morrow, although he was very 111 Saturday. The motion of Senator Whyte to a.tj mm till to-morrow was lost?ayes is, noes :i. The question was then Utken oi the mo tion ol Mr. Thurman to ad J as au amend ment to the first order srbmltted by Mr. Whjte the first motion s ibmltted by the managers of impeaclimeut. Judge Black said that whi!e the counsel saw no special necessity for the amendment they had ro objection to it. Tte vote on the amendment was ayes si, nc.es 5; not a quorum. On motion of Mr. Edmonds, the Sergeant at- Aims was directed to request the attend- I arce of absent Senators. In a rew minutes a number of Senators came, and thetr names being called the tinwi result was announced as ayes, 35; uo^s, 17. I So tbe amendment was agreed to. Themo'ion as amended was the;i agreed to?ayes 33, noes 4?Cragio, Ferry, Howe and Morton. Mr. Manager Lord then asked fir a vote on tbe last motion submitted by t'je mana gers, that on toe tlth of Inly the Senate shall proceed to take evidence In the case. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES?The unfinished business or Satu rday, which was a bill to amend the rules so as to give the Banking and Currency committee authority to report atary time during the present ses sion wa< taken up Mr. Kelley iPa.) opposed the proposed chance. Now that Coogress was ne-iriag tbedav or aijocrnment it was p'opj*elto make this Important change. This cjrnait tee bad wasted six month* or the time of tbe He use. They ask that the rules be set aside that tbey may offer any manner of measure. Tbe way in which tbey will exercise that right was demonstrated on Saturday, when | Mr. Randall attempted to put the resolution through when less than a quorum were present. For more than four mouths of this session this committee was await, lng the action of another oommiltee, composed in part of gentlemen not eon nfcted with this Bouse, (referring to the democratic caucus)-a committee unknown to the rules of the House and the law. He had tiled to goad the committee into report lr>g a bill. Two months more have slice tbe caucus, and still no measure has be* n reported. If the committee has been derelict In dnty, as the country will bold them to have been, let them bear the penal ty Nothing they eonld report now. even under ? change of the rule, could beoome a law, for tbe Senate will pass no bill not ffclrly con stdeied here. Tbe conn try demands consid eration of tbe currency question. The people langh to scorn that system of legislation wbicb Increased tbe gout bonded debt of tbe eoautry for tbe purpose of circulating a I depreciating stiver ewrrney. After fuitbtr (Uscoaslon the resolution ' was adopted. *ciC5ia4ua wj xiiu oiar. r?iir.i?x *????? ?ml larkry I.o> DOS, Jot'* ?; ? A fprrtil <1 *pt'pt) from I ?ft? to Iht Tmtrt Mia T?-et Ktiwla ? rrni-l ?nli*Ju,7u> U'J^onca.if Murad BdMl u>e * niilUn of Turkey. mt mt ?r?? mmMlV Pt Pets r*ri R<?. Jnne K-ll la II # ihtl an ai.ilfiittn llt'i will b* at with the trwty po*^r? bpfur* KiiMlt uLM ai y ifp* rviil:r* to Turkfj. VrMTfiM aa?l lUlxr. Loypoii, Juti* i-AdtioH wvirM from I <it* state (Ml Me?sr*. (imarrtor kn4 lUtirr are to arrive at 1Uii(ood to day. Tbf Mtaattaa la Rp*la Vadho. Juuv ?>?in U'? Metiate ye?t? r da jr, ? tiring Ui* dcbatf no Ibf new c ?n?tit u tt??n. 1'rbi ?r CirovuH IW Olitillo aaid the eiluat'ni) of tfce political partita in Rpain fn\-?DM th? rnv*niiDMt unrmxlerini its light tosoapri.d the conetltallona! giiaran te? ?. in the oongreaa the discussion of UM war MtlraatN was begun. PnaW Castillo, in making the adoption of the budget a cab inet question. stated that the committee and Uie minster of war had MBMatai to a reduction of .it (mi.mii riratai, which waa sufficient, according to the latest ft on I Come. The pro*p*-<'tof an understand ing between Hpaiu a> <1 the Vatican rv good. THE BLIt H HII.LM TKOt Bi t 1 aakioa hrati* a ? miiihIUm te Wa?h. laitaa Ya*kto*. Jane ??_ A large meeting of clilrens war b'-ld laat t>tgtat. which wa? pre ruled over by the mayo*, on the wtij" ? c'ositig the Fort I'lerri' route again*! > pnrtti g supplies to the miner*. A c?? !??? ?m? (ie*lct a!ed to repair at. our* to Washington and consult with tbe authori ties on Ui? lilnaliiin f >s t ha?pea*lna of ?!??? Ailaatlr ? oiton ? Ilia B< ?TO?r, Jure t ?The Atlantic cotton miila at l.awrence will be cloae-t by (to iti ii tri>Uui, ovl t to >mhiirr*KsiuoQt Notea given in payment for Improvcruenta nave become due, and ttie treasurer biti taken care of them up to this time. The tndebted mm !? wbtrb may be reduced to *4 iT,<iOO by tbe aaleof peraonal property. The Indebtedness, which la largely due (o nar* Inga harka. with ti e treasurer and hla aona aa sureties, are dne tbia year and nett, and the treasurer think* he should carry the burden no longer. He baa directed the agent to close the mill when theatock on hand ia worked up. and be reoommenia that addi tional capital be provided, to pnt the oom pany in an Independent position. Trie t< aets of tLecompni \ above the lu lebledneea are ?at imatoi it ?t t-j 500, and with the la turn of belter times the property will be a? valuable a- ever. a The Oatfaalai To-day, PHILAURLI HIA, June ik-1h* Hi'endance to day la good, though ?o me what |e*o tnau yesterday. A cool broese la blowing, and the weather I* delightful. The kindergarten school haa been opened uear the Worneu'a pavilion, and will be in operation every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from ten o'clock until noon. The Handel and Harden aoclety baa accepted an Invitation of the musical committee to alng In the main bnildlDg. The Japanese bazaar, near the Hwedlsb cool house. will be op?*neued next Ratnrday for the sale of merchandtae, and the duties have been pald.ao that visitors can carry away their purcbaaea. The Kan. sas at id Colorado buildings are own to viai toia. The German |>avllion will be opened to-day, and many prominent Herman resi dents of Philadelphia have been invited tbeie this afternoon. m Fire la Baltimore PALTIMOKr. June 6.?The trail and oyater packing estatilishment of K. HchoeiiOerg * t o , south end of Wolfe street, was buroe 1 thia morniiig. hose on tUv k about 0JV0>*>. Insured in tiie Oerman, of Baltimore, ?J (mo; Atlantic of New York. O.ient of Connecti cut Associated Flreof Philadelphia. Oirard of Pliiladt Iphla, Manhattan or New York, >2..'>00 each. L?*a on building. ?lfl oon; In mred in Iloyal Canadian, Arn?-rlcan, Pblla drlphla, and Pa>nixof Hartford. 92 (too e?ch. The (Ktaiiliahment took Ore iroui a burning tank of gasoline clo?e by. Railroad Receiver* AppolateU. Ricumoni), June^.-In the C'. H. circuit court thla morning, Jtidgett B >ud and Hnghea presidios, the latter announced | lhat the court had dtoded to appoint a* Joint receivers in the Atlantic, Miaoaalppl and Ohio railroad case M?wars. Cbarlea L. PetJ^ina.of New York, and Henry Kink, tbe present auperluteudcnt of the line. The^e gentlemen were reoommendol by both par ties to the caae?Mr. Perklna on the pari of the bondholdera and Mr. Fink oa tue pari of the railroad company. Tbe Markets. P><t;xiiti. 6 ?Cot on ^ulet sl4 easier? e ddlit k. 1 H nr <jnitt ? J . Ot ? M 1 i iiiu l>rsiid< 1 ns?.r"t; olhar g a4?* Lti< h?u(?4. U b**< doll kid be* >?Pernio) l>* jt* >?d. 115. M*r Udi! r> a l.lta. 40, <1 > Mib> r 1.41 do. wbiie, t ? ?1 SS Oorii tii in< r sud fil?b??i ? waita^ru .'."? TS. KO'ktrrj f?lk<iw. M. westers rait?a, P'4, ?p ' f-. June. J3 J nl* U?t- Soli * <a w> ?k?? ?niu ein grod !? prims. H*?.-* w*?#terti white. S7sW. west ern niited. 1'i'f H>e n micsllf 7to4U H ?? d>ill sl<3 iiociistifi't. Pr vui u dnil stid weak P^rk, n n in? l) VUi. Bulk BMl^atd^tr<,(\kT; clear rib tidfi loMf.i1,*!!'', p'clM Uvoc d**nt, 8?a'4; cl?w rtb U<to. I'sl '4 H?ni?. l4\s if.'i L?re dull?r. ticed, j >bbina. IS. Haiwlii.l M.d besv)??e?:(rn f.ir to ?> d, lb'J: ?r'*? to cb?lce. ???!- Pe'ro'tnin ?Tieer.l?r? iru*le, s'?sfc>*. refined. 14vl?S'. Oofre i|ddaad mkl*f d Wt?i?. t> brm I r.t uci-.t?HIS H c?V?-n nr. <*?), a.f 00: corn. IIS nu: o?U, 5 C0U eLi?nj*st? V h. st JUKI c.rr UJuV. Bsltixofb, Jcne <? Vi'flLis sixes, >f?rr*?r, <"H- Vlrgli ts ecis.UCated. SC'. . 4? f'cOi ?!-ert??s 3D: No rtb Car.nis <i?ea. old. 14 hid Hit. Bn gsr ?t- s'y. diDiwud nudwrsie? WslO Riw Toss. Jnte ? - e:oc*? actire and lower. M^cer.tH. Ooki. 1J Exchange, long, *M. skurt, #1 OoTeri mt rt" dell at d ?troi.? Haw Tori. Joaeg? ritmi .jc??taud ac-.h*ug. t V best fi'ni ?iid ynlet Corn doll aud neck ?tigaMl. Londni. JmwC.l'V 9 to ? Cor?ol?. 91 II-M for gi.HM for tie tnofllt P. 8 b t. *?. lMtt'a, ? Id. 1"4', 1E67 a. 1(>9?. in 4<y?. K?v; trie, lsjg. The word bofta means tiieologlckl atu dent, but theological atudenta are tbe only atndei.ts there are In Turkey. Conaeqnently ti>la parly, made up from tbe strictly eccle siastical element, and from that claaa ol young men which tn France or Qermany would i>e called the studect element, com* blLes bigotry and enthusiasm. A? tbeae student* atudy only the Moslem law their entbusiaam ia for ita propagation, as tbe fervor of students in France Is for the propa gation of democracy. Russia la tbe only enemy they know, for KusMa auatalna In Ibtlr country the enemies of tbelr religion. Christiana of the Oriental Church and tTnrla tians of Home they understand, but a Ckrla tlan that ia in neither of these categories they do not clasalfy. Aa a Presbyterian and an Fpiscopalian might Quarrel over their creeds and both bob-nob with a Bu lhlst tr< tn China, so these men can hata the Chris tiana who are their neighbors and indulge a grand indifference to those more rente [if. y. if<?aul. Explanation or a Tcrriiili Mrs tk??y ?Th?? bodies found In tbe woods near lieilevllie. 111., Saturday, have been Identi fied as those of a family tbat stopped at the | Treniaine Hcui't- lu that town from tM 4th to the ;ist of May. The man registered aa Joseph May. n Kvansvllle. Ind. Ho left a trunk at the Tretnaine House, la wbldi were found photographs of all the deceaaet ai d a hymn book witb the na-neof Chris tian Becker in it. The acppo-lMon is tb?? woman was a sister of George Becker. Tb* verdict of tbe Jury waa to the effect that May *bot the wonrtan a: d child and then kille l l.imaeif. It ia anppoaad poverty )? J to Ui? act. AM x Ann T. sriw art's Wii.i More ti.an three yiara ago I announced in your columns tbat 8tewar*.'a irlah relatives were 'ookti.-g after hla esUte with a wiaUal eye. I was well satisfied that the Turneya were not all dead, aud I know that tbey bava sut-/ U1Y n ?'rot r exr?ciaiion of snooeaa. One thiag ia certain, ll Jadg? Hilton and Mr*. Sirewart" ?lesire to escape ant oyanoe Uiey can do ao ot ly by oompromialng with the Tnrneys. Otherwise Mrs Stewart will be bronght Into court as a witness, mad to a narvoua ol<& woman it might be fatal? (LeCUr Jo Mo Wa chet'ri Ihmorrni gjtd A Boy Over a Cataract?-There pintle pert j- of twenty-five or thirty p ai Cilfty Falls on Saturday, aad one of them. Miles Harbin, a'ad of thirteen, allpped and. fell over tte falls. Ilefirctfell a perpeodlcu inr distance of i - feet, iher rolled JO feet, tbeor 'ell 4*k fret, and rolled to tbe bottom of the falls, to fret further. Tbe entire fail waa ISt; J eel, down pr<npicea and rocks and th?r rough hillside. Harbin was unconaetoua a hen he waa picked op. bat bis aenaes speed lly returned to him. Hla aknll and collar tone weie broken? [Jtfac&4pn (JmL) Qomrln , Jwne 1. A Rica Mar a Model C?r*ng? \ wealthy and eccentric reaidootof Mn. haa hutit bim a church in tbe village <?f I?ir., to illustrate Ms idea of a model Christian cl utch. Back of tbe pulpit be has j' iced a iarge wooden slab, grained In Iml; illoacr marble, and l?iter?>1. '-No man willbiei lowtd to preach in U. Is church who rr*RCi frr.m ir.at osctipt, wbo doca not kuert whi:. prayirg, wbo belongs to anyae<*rct i te ir( a Kae '? ' * *- * ? " S- ~ "* war ovu j m*Ti?T *1 r.' ?r, ? ! fci* ,lfe iasuped la any wi [LetrvU /Vegs ?> K

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