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17TH YEAH NO. 5,241.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 27, 1885.
PJUCE TWO CENTS
033 Ponna. Avenue.
Great Reduction In Children's Rib
TWO PAIRS RIBBED HOSE 25c,
lilch Is good xuluo ut U"i cents )Ci pair
LADIES' FRENCH LISLE THREAD
Deduced to 89c, formerly olrt Sl.T'i per pair.
CHILDREN'S SOCKS AND HOSE,
In Wlillc, Philn Colois nml Poncy Striped Cot
In Haiti lllbbrd Silk, Cotton nml I.lslo Tlneyl,
nil colois, nml 1'ancy Stripes hml open work.
LADIES SILK, COTTON & LISLE
All Colon, Tnncv Sliipcs nml Own Work, Plain
nml ltlbbcil, In all tbo best 1 iem.li ami LiiglUli
LADIES' OVER-SIZE HOSE
814 SEVENTH ST.
CbtUnrj Prices in Two. Savo Your
Money by Buying Your Goods at
King's Palaoc, 014 7th street.
tr : nnii rr n Nien Trimmed
lint oi Pomict for youisdl or daughters,
prime goods, stylish nml fashionable, iin
iioited oi domestic, you will nml it at
King's 1'nlaco, 814 7th st.
Ifvou mo looking Tor tho hugest nisorl
inc.nl ol Straw Hats nml llonnots, un
niul quality that the market produces, in
chlldien's, misses' ami indies; sbes. tho
only place nml lnigcst selection is at King s
Palace, 811 7th st.
Ifvou nro In need or Kino Ficneh Flow
pis o'ftho most exquisite styles anil quality,
you must go to King's Valncc, 811 ith st.
If von desiro to huv hondsomo Tips,
piimo goods in nil colors ami shades .and
quality, vou vlll hao to go to Kings
Palace, 8i I 7th st.
If vou want somo P.legant Plumes, in nil
ilois lioni l.ri to 23iuciieslong. yourdut
to go to King's r.ilnce, 811 7th st.
is to go t
Ifvou are in need or Hibbons, wo lmvo
i immense sfoi k to choose iroin at Kings
Palate, 811 7th bt
Ifvou aio In want or Milinory Trim
mings, vou will 11ml n choice ossoitmcnt
or millineiy ornaments, gold and silver
bcnifs, Bilk, CircnadluQ and Roman striped
nml plaid silk sash Ribbons, fiom 5 to 8
inches wide, nt King's 1'nlaco, 811 7th st.
II vou desiro to huv Gold and Silver and
Peauici Pompons, Gold and Silver Net,
nml Coloied Cicpo do Chcne, Silks. Satins
nnd Vch cts, you must not neglect to go to
King's Palace, 811 t7h st.
If yon mo In search of Laces, such as
Oriental, Kgyptloii and Spanish Onipuio
Laces, do not miss to go to King's Palace,
811 7th St.
ir vou ilcsiro to purchoo Lisle, Silk or
Kill Gloves ami Corsets, remember King's
Palace, 811 7th st.
Tf you wish to select troni a largo assort
ment of Laco Caps, stylish and linmWomo,
vouwlllilnd them at King's Palace, 811
Ifvou nio in need of a liandsomo and
Rtvlfsh Jersey, wo hnvo thousands of tho
latest and most stylish designs nt Klng'H
Palace, 8117th St.
Ifvou think of lniylng a Lovely Vlsito
nt lmlt its Miluo, wo would mUlso you to
go to King's Palaco, 811 7th st.
Ifvou feel Ilka buying a Hun Umbrolla
or Puiasol. vou will find them in gicat
vnilcty at King's Palace, 8U 7tli st.
If you want to buy goods, and w Ish to
envo your money, nnd desiro to bo treated
well, nnd wish to find n clioico and
hugo stock to select fiom, you nto in
dufv bound to go to tho (lieat Hcadquur
tcis, tlio Luigest Mlllluciy House,
KING'S P ALAOE
814 Sovcnlli Street,
iroUUTII J) AY
S. S. S. S. or -
Stupendous Surplus stixk inlc of Sc-isoniiblo
To say we arc gratified and
encouraged by the apprecia
tion and almost universal re
sponse of our customers, and
the public generally, in ac
knowledgment of our endeav
ors to give them the best in
trinsic values possibly obtain
able, is but a mild expression
of our feelings.
Under the most unfavor
able circumstances and most
unseasonable weather we
have kept the wheels of trade
constantly turning. But how?
By creating a demand, which
is only done in such instances
by lowering the prices. Not
that they were too high, for
they were Nr.vi.u Lovi:u, but
beca'use the supply exceeds
Wc cannot afford to be
idle, hence the sweeping re
ductions to move this surplus
stock, which must be dis
tributed, and propose to give
our customers any benefits
which may be derived from
Having decided to use the
knife, we propose to use it
freely and cut deep the first
time to effect the early dis
posal of this surplus stock and
accomplish our purpose.
Again we say, whatever
you buy of us, at whatever
price, when you feel you would
rather have the money .re
turn us the goods. Can wc
do more? The lots previous
ly advertised are already per
Surplus Stock of Brocade
Velvets. We have a surplus
stock of Brocaded Velvets
which must be sold at what
ever sacrifice. We do not
believe in half-way reductions.
When we make up our minds
to sell a piece of goods we
put a price on it which places
the sale of it beyond a doubt.
These Must Be Sold
Suiplus Stock of IB inch Colin ul llrooulo
Vch Ltd, In nn y blue, saplilr anil dink load.
ronnu prlco.,...,, S.JOU
bmpliis stock pilco SI 00
Mu plug Mock of 18 Inch lllack lliocailu Vol
let, roimer 1'ilco S2'J1
Mil plus Mock pi lio SI. 75
Suiplus Stock of 'Jllnib Silk I'lushos. clo
Kant lino of ilHinblo shuloj. Wcio cheap
enough at foi mei pi. Ice.
lorinii piitu ?2rl)
Suiplus Stock pilco S-.-O
Surplus Stock of Quilts.
While there is quite a demand
for Quilts and Bedspreads, it
is not as great as it should be
at" this season of the year.
We are going to create a de
mand by dropping the price
on two good brands, of which
we have too many, and think
you will appreciate buying
them at the surplus stock
These will be displayed on
a center counter in front of
our Linen Dept. (near the
door) To-morrow Morning.
onh suhplps lot or quilts.
l'oimtr pilco , O'io
but plus Stock pilco (IUo
ONJi SUIU'J.UB blULK VL- HliU&VliiUn
I'oiinci prlco S"o
bin plus Mock price 71e
bURl'LUb SIOC'K Of I'AItASOI.S ANIJ UM-
Suiplus stock of XX hilo Satin Coaching laia
mis, with IniKu jelloxv nml lcillloxxers, pdin
Konfinme, bamboo stick, flushed with satin
I'oiincr prlco , .....3tr0
bmplusbtock pilco Si .")()
Suiplus Stock of Silk Coichlntj PaiusoK In
niixy, euinct, gcmlmme, mituialxiaoilliuiuUcj.
1 Iiu quality,
rpinni piliu SI no
Suiplus Stock prlco $.) 00
Surplus stoek of Black Silk Umbiollus, with
Mnchcoloicd boulci on Inside. Pino quality
I'ounei pilco SI no
Sniping Stock liilco $)UU
Suiplus Stock of I hit Tup Silk Coiichlnel'ilia
cols, painKOii fiaino, nntuial wood handle.
I'oimcr pilto , 3100
butpluastock piled SJOU
(Second Hour ; take tbo doi'ijtor.)
Wo hnxp n suiplus stoek of Men's Pino Pen,
calo Diawus, smnll neat tluie, splenlld
quality. 'I hey must bo sold.
runner pilco 02'Aa
Suiplus Stock pilco 5 Jo
Ono cm plus slock baiRnln In Silk Olovos, Wo
lmxo too many; they must bo sold, I.tulloj'
o button Jcisoi silk Gluxo-f, all iboilohabIu
now shades, nil sizes.
lonnci pilie k 75o
Suiplus stock 1'ilco ni)o
Surplus Stock of Hl-lnoh cholco Awnliu
Stilpes, hnmlsomoKtilpoj, sttoup, tlimiiuulltv.
louncr pilio , 'J'So
buijilm block mku ,,! '-'Oo
Suiplus stock ot Aiulio4iovln Cotton,
l'oiuicr pilco 8o
bmplus btock pilco To
NOTE. Notwithstanding tho giont bin pint
Stock Salo customcis will kcop In mluil tho
Thousands of icgulai Roods, which mo lu tho
height of their season, nnd not Included In
theso" wholesale i eductions, sueh as Whlto
(looda and ilmhioldeilos, Heady-nudo Whlto
Suits, Ladles' and Men's Summer L'ndei weal,
Cicnm hlto Woolens audSeiges,
Mail orders for any of the
above goods will be given our
best and immediate personal
Jlotoii Hn Qoods Home,
OFFICIAL AND UNOPriCIAL IN AND
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENTS.
A Now Division Chlof lu tho Lund
Oftlco Tho Wyoming Obvornorahlp
Consul Mnckoy 'a Caso--Tho District
Mnrshnlablp Cnllora at tho Whlto
Houso Moro New Poatmnstoro.
'the l'usiikut nindi Hie fullowing up
polnlmints to day:
Ihiw Mm Cumm in., to lie immh il
ol tho "iiiilhcrn ilNtiii t id Iowu.
lluiuirC Mi rin.M), lo bo roNiiM of
tbnl.aud olllio at Cocurd Alcue, Idnliu,
l'otmasti'is I. .1, ll.uk'iibowor, Shot
dun, Iowa; It. 11. I'iutt, Nupa Citj, Cnl.;
.1. S. Lnugiilin, ftdnoy, Ohio; 0. W. Wibb,
AmliM?iui, South Ciuoliim; ,1. H. Dunk
erlev, l.uniulo Cilv, Wyoming. ). (1.
Craig, l'oit Atkln-un, Wis., W. V. .Ion
ello, CVlinn, Oliio, .
'I lie piclmnstcr nl (.illim, Ohio, was
suspended lor lining postal lniids In his
in i nte business and liiul otbeiwlse vlolnt
id tho piHal laws nml icgtilntions.
Jlr. Gelling, the Port Atkinson Imst
master, wtisMispemUd for netlxe nnd of
lensIxoparllMinohlp, "li'inlcring IiIm hold
ing the olllionnnoUng and unplenvnnt to
agieat minilvrul Its pations."
,T. II. DonkiMxley, not J. P. Keller, as
stntcd juieulai, becomes postmastci at
Laianile City, Wyoming.
I'HlU't lVlHtllPllllll II 1IhIuiii,
Nm al Cadet .1. W. Widdeilniin of this
ellv, nppointid liom Illinois in Scitcmber,
ISSl, lins lclgncd irom the Kaval Acad
emy. Ills biotber was nlson navul cadet
nuil was killed by n fall in thegyinnusittin
nt the ncadcihy n couple of years ago.
Tin- I'm kIiIciiI'm Callcii.
'I he Pusidint's callus today ineliidcd
the Aitmney-General, Senatois Vooibecs,
Van Wck and Mel'licf-on, llc')icscu
tnlhes l.awler, McAdoo. JJirbnur, Dibble
nnd IIculi v; .Tnaquin Mi!loi,'l)r, Aibcely,
Geiieial Ko'-ciraiis, C'atitaiu Uamsav,
.ludge Hartley, Captain Rlcliaid Jj.
Hoie nnd V. 0. Moicno.
Tli W.iiiiiiIiik Jnrinoilil).
Mnjoi W. P. Ilcnllcy, clilel cleikol tho
Mi mill IIousu or licpresontutixes, m
iicd thismoining Irom New Yoik nnd
will iiuss his clnlms foi tho Govoinotship
ol W yomlng. He islndoi'-cd by tlio dele
gntions ol I own, Miouil nnd Wjoniing,
nnd is backed bv influential Democi.its of
New Yoik eity nnd ht.ito. Mr. llontley is
nboirt 10 years of nge nnd quite popular in
.tn AlK'Si'i! ;ooillilicnl Siniiiliil.
An Ottnwn Minlnl nys tlmt.l. G. Hiker
A: Co., ot wliiih flini C'ontad of .Montana
is the leading tphit, lunu drawn over
$2,000,000 iluiinu tlio past foui veais loi
'upplieslurnisbed tho Go eminent lu the
Xoithwc-t. It is Intimated that, an ex
amination ol the public accounts has ic
oulcd Jni ts which moy imolro spvoinl
iicr-on in the Inteiior, Indian nnd Poliio
Depailnients in connection with tho con
tincts. Till' ClmU Iiue'.llK.illiHi.
In Hie C'laik investigation to-day Wll
lliiui N Itoblic-on coinpleted his lc-tt-mony.
Clioiles.Soid tcstilled that slnco
tlieifni'-tig.itlonbin'an nloicool sciuliboi-i
nnd nibbi'is lmo Jiecn engaged on the
woik, coniilnlupil ol and was at woik this
moining. lie was followed by Thomas
McXickle. w holatcd in detail, by couises,
wlieio bad woikniiinship appeals. Ho
was still on the stand when this lepoit
Ri't'om lli'il lo (lie Slliintiou.
Said a one-aimed cvMildier at the
i'ostollko Department to day; "I don't
Hcwliy tho boys mo kicking over their
ilisinisvnl, Tho moplc elected us to go.
and wc might as well go witli a good
unico. f hae been in ofllco 11 ycais, nnd
while I like my position nnd am in loo
with Washington, wlieio my childreil
have been laKid, 1 could not say awoiil
if Iiccehcd notice to-inonow. Luckily
I ha o sa id somo money, and Vhgiuin is
a good Slate to lhe in."
ItOBIIH III"! lllil;l-.
Appointment C'leik Higglns ol the
TienMiiv hus detailed threo clerks to ox
ainino the ainiy and navy discharges and
othci paieis filed in Ids division as
ciidentials of eniplojes appointed on the
claim that they were evMiIdlers oi sallois,
rlhis action is caused bv Mr. Higglns' sus
picion that n number ol bogus dischaiges
linxe been pudental nt ntious times liy
applicants nnd ha e been Instiumental in
i'piuing ap)ointnients. Tho committee
w ill compaie tho dischaigos ith Win l)e
paitmenl lecouls lu Kaith loi lal-o icpic
Tlio Tieasuiy comutltteo on distinctive
panel is undeistood to have comu lo a
uifnninious conclusion that tho silk flluo
ii'-ed in the papci is detrimental to its ap
pcnianceand sonlceablcnes and has no
coiusponding advantage. 'I lie eontiait
may boghen to tho loe4of tho two bid
dera and Hie prc-ent paper continued in
ue until altei Sccietaiy Manning can ic
jioit to Conincss such clianges as lie may
deem oxpidlcnt. The present connultleo
will piobably bo authoued Intel on to io-
lew the entire subject nnd to lcconuucnd
In Scni I'll ol nil Orlopil'..
Tho Pih Cnuunissiun steamer Alliatioss
aiilvcd In llillimoio xeslciduy fiom tliN
eitv. llei botlom will bo scinpcd and ie
painted. LcnIngI!altlnioio in about fixe
clajs the Albatiois will ciuise in a loc illty
'I'scnty miles east of tho capisot tlio
Chesapeake in search of tlio tilo lUli. w Iiicli
nicgeiieially legaiiled as among tho lost
spodtsof tlio Imi woild. The attention
ot tlio cssel will then bodiiected to tho
Giaml Dunks, wheio an elloit will be
made to captuio a imnpleto specimen ol
the niamiuoth octopus. It is Mild tint
tlioioisnot a complete octopus in any
Till' DNIlll'l Miiih1iiU)iI.
At tlio Whlto Ilouso it is stated tliat tho
Pii'xident has been able to gho compn.i
th cly littlo attention to tlio local Maiehal
ship, and it is still uncertain w lion it will
bo deteiminul, It is not believed that tho
l'tnwtilmt! lmci (m,nil 11,1 V tl, ofi,l nnr f, 111
Iho mattei, Mr. 1'. 11. Hay wos asked
this morning what infounatiou ho hod
obtained on tho subject. He exploded
tho 'opinion that a conclusion may bo
icached during tlio picc'iit week. Ho has
leeched no Intimation of tho ic-mlt, and
belioes Iho Piesident lias Slid nothing on
tho subject, except that tho conflicting
olalms of aspiiiinls cmlmu.iss him veiy
much in his ellorts to nsceitain the cholco
ol thoeommunitv. Mi. Hay believes ids
own papois to bo tho stiongest on lllo, and
that his chances aio at lca"t as good as
thoio ofnny other applicant,
Cuutiil ?ImIi07 Cusp.
The State Depaituicnt has leeched 1 rp
poit of tho nirost and impiisonment of
Consul UecUfoid Mtiekov at Hio Grindo
do Sul, AciouUng to this report young
Mnckty, wlio Is a son of .Tudgo T. .1
Mnokoy and a irrndunto ot Geotgetown
Unheisity, was tho subject of unjust nnd
sciiuilous attacks in a nowspapoi pub
lUhed in lllo Gi.iudo do Sul by ono
A moil m. llecontly the pipei contaiiiod
nn attack upon Consul Maekoy's mother
an estinmblo iadv Uxliig In this eitv
Whon Mackey anil Ainoilm met at tlio
thcatioau altercation ueeuried, and both
men diow weapons, Amoilm was shot
twice and Maokoy surieiidoied himself to
thupoltio Amoilm oieanled a moll to
scizo Mnckoy and ovemwoil the pollco,
Mac le, how nvei, kept the emwdiitbix
iijiltl the oilier consuls- In lhe town org in
1id u put), and enine to his idler The
liitdgn consuls 1 1 n c all unllid in u slate
ment Jnstltjing MiU key's eoitrsp and will
uti Unit he litis n fail lital.
Ilic Wiilr 'inl-Mni llnl.
Dr. Adiliin Hudson testified hi'loic the
Wales toiirt-mnilial (o-ilay in legurd to
tho loose umnnci in which tlio busfnoss of
tho Kmgpiiu-Gonoinl'H olllec was coiiducl
rd whllrtDr. "Wales was at the head of
'ho Iouii llnl illnllil.
Iowa men me uollglilcd oei tlie ap
pointment or Cumpbell as maishnl of
tho southern ilNltlit ami Ibu icvo
cation of tbo foimer uppolnhni'iit.
They describe! I'nuiiibdl n a skillful
kiwvei ii ml an elllcicnt oflher nnd tho
choice of the Dcinocnils of tlio Stite.
A I.llllil Olllil' Ainliitiiu'lil
Mr. llobeit Hunter or Windii'sfcr, Vn..
has been nppoluted diluf of the division ol
iiicountsoi tbi'Geneinl Ijind Olllce, loo
Mr. Donncll.N, rclgncd. Mi. Hunter has
intend upon tho disc bnrgo of his duties.
His appointment was made without a
chil-scnico oxuinlniition, Seciclmy Li
mar not uguidllig chfefs of dhlslons os
romiugumlci the Chll-Sei vice law. Mr.
Hunter has been spoken lor the position
ol chief clerk ol the Depaituicnt.
ItolliHIliUliliiC Thl'lr IVnslolii.
(ieiicnil lllaik. Commlisionei of I'en
sions was lonsldpiably suiiilseil ycstci
dm, when Mi Snvder, a member of a
New Yoik Kglliieul, who hud bcciuliaw
ing n peniioii ol S7'J a mouth, camo In.
and ntii'i expirs-dug bis gratitude for what
the Goieiiimciit had done lor him, said
thai he wlsludto glvo up his pension, as
ho had lully iCMuoicd. A KentuiUan
naiuiil Mexeusou hasalsoscnt his pension
ecitlllealc to the Pension Olllce, with the
ie quest that It be canceled. He licliox'cd
that he had iccoxcied.
.Illuor nml I'l'lsDliiil.
The l'lesldent and Colonel I. imont
dioxe to Mount Pleasant yestciday.
'J lie Piesident will piobably go to Now
York on Kilday to spend Dccoialion day.
A snx Ing of 'SlfiO.OOO has been ellected in
letting Indian contutcts in Xexv Yoik this
Postniaslpi-Ge'iicial Vilas to-day np
pointid twenty-six poslnuislcix ol the
'! he Commissioner ol Internal Itexen'uo
xxill lecelxo bids loi Inteinal lcvcnue
stumps until .Tune 2."i.
Mi. Abbett, a biothor ol Gox'oinor
Abbctt of New Jeisoy, bus been nppoluted
chief iluk or the Sl.xtii Auililoi's olllce.
' lie Ianperor ol Julian has decorated
the Amerliim piolessore at the Tokio Unt-
xeisiiy wiin mo uiuei oi mo iiisingBiin.
Wooden. tlieliightcnedTicasury walch
mnn, xxill he assigned to day duty until he
has become ramiliai xx ith tlio building and
has oxeiconic his lears.
A delegation ol the Younc Men's Demo-
eiatic Club ol' Congressman llnboiu's
distilctlsin theutv to mmou Depirt
incut place loi Mi. P. W. llaileyof Vir
ginia. Iho Attornoy-Gcnoial has decided Mr.
Janus M. Moigun, upointed consul-gen-eial
to Melbourne, to be eligible, taking
thc'saiue xiexvas in the ease- ol ienei.il
'J he comniitlies engaged in counting tho
seciiiitics otthe lluicau of P.ngravlng and
Piiuting will finish theii xxoik to-day.
IJie employes will lepoit for woik to-niouoxx-.
Antonio lliondl, a messenger in the
Naxy Deiiaitincnt lor moie than twenty
em's nnd Toi nmny veais on duty in tlio
mix al libiniy, died at ids home in tins city
About $.1,000,001.1 was paid out or the U.
S. Treasuiy xcsti'ulay loi pensions, mak
ing the total aniotint paid out on tliat ac
count dining tho picsent month about
'iho falluieol'the Ilmeaii ol Dugraxing
and Piiuting to sttuie the lontiact toi
minting postage sumps will lcsitll inn
iuithei liduction ol the loicc or (hat
bin can on JuncUO.
Mi. Hnsslei, the appointment clcik of
the Inteiioi Department, letuined to d i.y
lioni New Yoik, wheio lie has been assist
ing the Comniisilonci of Indian Atlulis in
making conti.icts foi supplies.
DvKnntm lluckalew or Pcniisvlvnnlii
is named iorcollectoi oi customs ut Phila
(lciphla, e-Mayoi DanielM. Poxol I'nila
dolphin loi dluctoi of tho mint and Sam
uel Josi phs ol that city loi United States
'lhe position of stewaid of the White
House xxill not be llllcd for some weeks.
MI"s Kntheiluo Keenan, xxlto came i'lom
Albany soon uttci Moieh 1. and has since
oi ted as cook, will lemaiu in hci piccnt
Piolesor Wiley 1ms leccivcd u specimen
ortho insect that has been iuagiii0' the
Pacific Coast w licit Holds, and ho pio
nouiiccs it the genuine Hessian fly, which
was not supposed to exist wet ol tho
Mi. llobeit Howoid ol Littlo Hock,
Aik., is in tlio city, and will shoitly ic
cdxcnnapiiolntmont in Iho Depaituicnt
oi Justice. Mi. Hoxx-aid is a toinier liw
pailner and nn intimate fiiend of Attoi
nix -Genual Gailand.
'1 ho Tolloxx ing Washington luisine-'smen
xxup among tho biddeis on stationeiy tor
tho Tieiisuiy Dopaitment, tlio bids being
openid .xestcrdny; P. A. Schmidt, William
llailanfvno Son, J. J. Cliapmaii, It K.
Hc'lhe!istino, J. D. Pice, Huston it Hupp,
C. W. 'i lioni k Co. and C. C. Purscll.
D Walker Wear, tho now supeiin
tendent or Yellowstone Pnik, is n mcmbei
of the Stnto Senate or Missotui, and
ochlexcd somo distinction at the last ses
sion ol ids keglslntuio as cliaiiinan ol tho
Senate t'ommittco on Insuianco Ms ap
pointment was seemed by Scnatoi Vest
'Iho Panama Hallway Company and tho
Pacific Mail Steaqisliip Company nio
lighting foi tho compensation allowed by
tho Gox eminent foi t unsporting tho
mails ncioss the Isthmus of Panama,
'lhe steamship company wants $2",000,
while the lailw ay company would bes.it
isllcd with about one-sixth of that
Although tlio Cabinet icached no loim ii
decision at the meeting .xesterday on tho
pioposltion to peiinit tlio Goxetiimcut ex
hibit toiemoin at tlio Koxx Oilcans Hx
poition altei tho expiration or tno tlmo
ivn,i l... n,..- ........i i 4t.nr',.i.c
ilAL-lt ,J( VfUllllSt, IIIVIlUJL'l III 111U Vt,, fi
llPt WC'IO ol" tho opinion that thoro is no
authoiity lor its continuance beyond tlio
Hid Iliiltlinoio Sdiiiilul.
Hxi.TiMoitK, Mp May 27 Tlie I'cauo
Kirkland assault case continues to bo tho
nttiaction at tho Cilminil Coin! Tho
State has rested its caso, and testimony
faxoiable to tho defenso Is belli ; lieaul.
Pernio tcstlllcd In ills own behalf" Ho
admits hitxlng entoieil Mis Kiikland s
loom, but that the lady was not at all
alamied at seeing him, Tlio Hist ovidemo
ot nloini sho nianltestcd was wlien sho
hold that her husband in Huflalo would
like to know ofhei lcccption of other men
lu hei piixnto apaitinents. Sho then
jumped out oi bed and i.in down stairs.
Dioxxuud mi tint Oih'pii'h lllitbila).
Touomo, Mny 27. Tlio Queens Willi
day celebiatlonheioxxas inaried by two
diownlngaecldonls on Iho bay, both oi
culling about lSOp.in. Dining a sudden
squall two youuz lads named James
Welsh and Win. Hosaek had their lioat
rnpslod, nuil Welsh xxas drowned John
Hoipei and Anjilo Pnrmci weio diowned
by tltocapsUingornnotliei boat.
-Mr, J, V Wooilnutt of tho Portland dun
Htotu ulu) has boon Klnc mltlo.itlvlll nt Pi oxl
iicnco Uosjiltnl for tho nast ten days, U iwf ro
OUR PRESS GALLERY.
MEN OP NOTE AMONG THD WASH
Tho Classic Poaturou, Accompnnlod
by Biographical Qkotohou, or Mr.
Crnwrord of tho Now York " Woi Id "
nnd Mr. Dunnoll ol tho " Tlmos."
Mr, 'I'. C. ( lawlord, bo lepteiouls the
Kexx Yoik ir,W lu thWdty, is an agree i
bio alid itccomplished geiitlemiui, uboiit
IKI) ears of aire. Ho Is a nallxc ol Michi
gan and his Ilrst newspiper work xx'as on
the Milwaukee' A'cta In 1S0U as pity editor
Heshoitiy alterwauls became connected
with the Chicago 7iirf as coiipspomlent,
nml latci on went to St. Louis, lemalulug
theie a cou)ile or years on the cdltoiial
stall or the.Aoiowtf. He tliencameto this
Tin I'ov c. er xw i oi'.n.
city ns the lepiescntntlx e of sevor.il altei
noon papeis, among them the Pittsbuig
Linda, Ids correspondem e foi which xxas
Widely quoted. When Mi. Walkei came
hue loi the Chicago Timet, Mi. Ciaxxfoul
was his assistant and was at the head of
the 'limit' Washington hiiiiau Toi seven
)cais, Alter leaxlnthe 7 our ho was
connected with the Chicago A'ciei and has
wiitlen moio or Ipss foi neatly oxciy
iiiomiucnt newspaiier in the eounliv.
lie is now dexoting himselt exclusixely
to the Xexv Yoik HoiM and doing ex
cellent spixice. He is a studious and
close obseixerof men and measuies, and
is also an accoinplishid painter ns well ns
journalist. As an uitist ho is endowed
with n xtxid and romantic imagination,
and his contiibutions to the Journals of
thocountiy aie oftm biilll.int with tho
glow or uitistic license, blight nndspaik
ling, at times intciistingly plotuioiiio
.and llistoiicnl, and always lead xxith ab
soiblng attention. In hisattiio Mi.Ciaw
loul is the most n'sthctlcally diessed man
in the journalistic coips, as Tin. Cuitip
Muslims faithfully ski'tt'hul him. Mrs.
Ciaxxfoul, his dimming wife, is a (laugh
tci ol ex-llcmesentntixe Joyce ol Ver
- 'i uu.'uuid n i muvit i.'r',i;iJ.iuJilujajr8gm-c
i mntiKiK o. nt'NM.u,,
Mr. I). G. Dunnell, the coi respondent or
the New Yoik 7'iir, is 10 yen is ot ago,
and a natlxcol thocitx ol New Yoik His
adxeutin tho Held of journalism was in
1S72, when betook a position on tlio city
stall ol tho New Yoik 1'icitiuy Post, and
xxusloinyc.u the Albany coiiepoudont
or that panel. In lt.70 ho bucame con
nected with the city department i,r the
'Junes, and lcinained theio until ls70
when he xxas made its Washington cone
Miondent. Whilo tec hnic illy on the city
stall, Mi. Duuiidl wos ic.ill) the "moving
man" ol the 7'ii and was sent iudls
ciimiuatclv wheiexu his spiUes wcio
needed In IS7S he went thiough tho yel
low fevu distill ts of tho South with his
life in his hand Whoioxei theio is any
thing or iintlonul or unusual importance
going on, Mi Dunnel! is sure to bo found
at tlie Iront in the, liiteiCsU ol his jiapei
Ho Is a gentlcinan ol nicdiuui height, or
c.xtenMxo intoimAuoji, untiling energy,
prepossessing niauiii'is and descrxedly
xoi) puiiiii.u in tho newspaper riatomity
Ho is a thoiough louinullst, evci on tho
aleit foi news, nml indites hU lettois and
dlsp.itdies witha shaip-iKiinted steel pen
Hois lemaikablyjoutliful in Ids npie.ir
ancc but nothing e-eapos his ti.iineil
iouinalistii obscix'tttlon, and ho jiio-ents
Ids lcws in a concise and intelligent
UlO I'. I', ClIIIXDIltiOll,
llxiTixiour. Mi).. Mav 27. The one
hunched and second annual conxention
ot tho Piotostunt Hplscopal Church
oi tho Dloce-o of Maiylam1 met at bt
Petei's Chuioh this nwiiing. The nei
moil xxas picaehed by Hoy John S. Lind
say of (leorgetnxvn. The nieetlngi xxill bo
piosldcdoxor by Hishop l'aiot. Tho sub
ject or n change' In tho constitution lelnt
uig to tho mode ot electing a bishop will
A CoiHclPiiio-Stiliilcim 'llilof.
0 111 Minx II i.k, P.x , May 27 Adam Moit
a ciinpled pensioner, wastecontlv lobbod
ol 400. esti'idiix morning lio round tho
money on his dooMPp neatly xviuppod
up It is supposed that tho thief bccuiio
Ciipliuo of II I'OIROl.
PiTTSDuno, May 27. Cluulos Hoyd, who
commltied foigeiics amounting to ovet
$100,000, nulvcel horoycstoulay in custody
of jv deteclU o, x.lio capluu'd. huu luCo-IWulHU.
Ml Jm' wh
1 i u pS
rjrm. f A I
THE MURDEROUS APACHES.
Man) Si ttloiH slulii mill the lumps In
Dmiv N M, Muy 157, Nixxi lioni
Hilxu C1I) Into the cilcct thnt twentx
foui men inosuucd by Chief Goumliiio
ami lil band huxc beou buiied in n
rmliusortxxenlx -lour miles and n number
ol others aio mis-Inn fi-xcuil casualties
aic icportid oboxc tlio Alma A camp
sixteen uillesaboxi Hot '-tilings was also
utlackcdund ninaii named llaxlerol Vinos
Altos killed, 'lhe ill Iens along IheGiln
Hixir being wauled lu time, undo prep
arations loi a raid, but the 1 1 oops limiting
n loixediunii'li lioni Plensanlouii( ceded
lu Inlcu opting the Indians mid diuvo
tliuiiback to tlie range1 'I hough in an
almost lainlsliid condition, having
nmiihid n liuudicd miles In two daxs
and nights without inaUIng uimii, they
eliAigedup the hill putting the Indians
to lllght, lapturing two thoufauil idiuuN
ol mumuultiou and sexeial ponies
I'lro In i! Vm It.
Ni.w Yoni:, May 27 The tilfiirnltmo
fiidoiy ot Herman ,x; Huk, at Manglu
and Tompkins sticets, xxas dlspoxeud to
bo on "lie about !I;!W o'clock this nioruliig
The fire was Intensely hot and noailv a
bundled fnmilles xxciodiixen fiom thcli
limm s, '1 be llnines spiead so rapidly that
tlio lliimen gaxe up ti)lngto save tliclac
loiy and dluclid theii elloits to tbo stu
loundiiigpiopeily. Oxer ,'WOmcn xxill bo
Ihioxxn out orxxoik.
In addition lo thcdcstiucllon oftlic lac
toiy lour tenement houses fronting on
Manglii sticct wcic damaged bywalci to
tlie extent of about $11,0011. The cause ol
tiio lire Is a niystpiy. Tlie llaiups wcic
contiollcd shoillv altei 7 o'clock. The loss
will be about "vioo.OOO.
Clinigps A ;nl list nn Kx-Ciisliliu-,
Niw Yoiik. May 27. Mi. Huuxou of
Martin iX: Hunyon, bankeis, says Unit
steps will be taken to an est James Nelson
nay, xxnoso cci vices ns cnsnicr xxcro ie
llnqulshed lust Kebru.irv, when ho was
found to bo .10,000 shoit. The linn did
not prosecute him then out of con
side iiitlon loi his laiully, and also because
Mr. Day said that the money had been
lost in speculation and that nothing could
berccoxeied. Mi ltunyouays that ho
has liamed Ml. Day disposed or the
money dilleiently. Mi. Day piolesscd
iiiuiir surpuse at Mr. Hunyon's state
ment. IVIi.x'ltiisslu DpIiijs.
London, May 27. It is lepoi ted lu Iter
liu that a settlement of the Afghan dllll
i tilt v is still (lclu)cd by Ilussln s (leimind
for Zullil.m, a claim xxliich has tbo ap
jnoxal (ifGcriiinuy it Is also staled that
if It shnll be neccssaiy lo choo-o an uibi
tratoi Hussia xxill insist on inning tlie
Kingol Dcnniiuk, whllo Dngliind lneleis
the Hinpciorol Germany. 'Iho iSiitioiutl
'.iltmiq says Hint Loul ltospbpiiy while in
lleilin cxiiressid his convictions tliat an
uiily settfcinelit would boniiangcd unless
Hussia ox eisteps her original proposals.
IMIks (llrxolnuil to III. Uiiisliy.
Ni.w Yoiik, Mny 27, Tlio.Vtiiiiiiiblislics
n long coimnentuiy by Miss llliabetli
CIcx eland, sister of tlio Piesident, upon
Hev. Di. Howaid Ciosby's aitlcle lu the
Jhmigclittnt Mnich 17, in which lie iu
marks that It is as natuial lor xxoniau lo
cry out against tinj thing shoit of total ab
stinence os it Is foi her to xMi thai theio
xxeie no knixes in tlio xxoild boeauo her
child has cut his linger oil. Miss Clexe
lnnd icbels at the implied want of reason
and logic in women.
Tlionuht Ho Was lining to Hull.
Ni.w You;, May 27, A young mm
named Joseph M. Dougheity was an "sled
on the HiooUlyn bildgo this nioinlug
x hilo appaicntly making ie uly foi a jump
into tlie ilxcr. He told this olllecr
that bo had been on a spice lor sex'euil
dux's and thought he was at home taking
oil' his clothes to goto bed. Judgo Walsh
sent him to jail loi ten da)s.
A DcHpi'into l.oipl.
Wiikimixiu'.i', P May 27 Allan
Htiimm, a )ouug limner, jcsteulny shot
at Caiolinc llohuti, xxho had lerused to
niiiir) him. 'Iho bullet niissC'd hei, xxdicie
iijion he beat lier oxer the head with the
pistol and thin lied toward the ilvir, and
it Is beliexeddiowncd hiinsell.
A .1 list DpcIsIiiii.
Lxni no, Trx , May 27 The biinicmo
Couit ot Mexico has just afllimed a de
cision or tlio Distilct Couit of New Li
icdo, Mex., which liclcl that the confisca
tion of real etato tiom Mr. Thomas
Walsh, on the giounil that he could not,
as a loieignci, hold propel ty in Mexico,
A ITctltioiis Sluij.
ToroNto, May 27. To-d iy'n Cundian
picss nio unanimous in expiessing the
opinion that the sfoiy that Axlxxnul, the
liopi rex olutlonlst, took paitui tho tight
ot llatouche, is thoroughly llctitlou.
Oil for Hie Sumiuoi.
Nj w Lomion, Cox.v, Mny 27 The
New Yoik school-ship M. Mniy's, Cap
tain H. M. bhepaul, V. S N., comniand
ing, sulled at 11 o'clock to-duy on her
suiinuci tinnsatlnntio ciuise.
Iho XX' heal Crop IiixlKoiuteil.
MiNsrxrons, Mi.nn., May 27. Twenty
(he towns in Routhxx ostein and Western
Minnesota uport that the wheat crop was
inxigoiatcd b) thee old ol a week ago and
is now looking xx ell.
Dentil nfu HoIkIiiu htiitosiiiiiii.
Hlil'ssr.is, Mny 27 M Charles Hoglcr
tlio lutliei of thoHelgian constitution, and
statesman, is dead. On the uccipt of the
news of his death the Cliambeis Immedi
i:iiKlntiil'H I'lopusiil Iti'Ji'i toil.
London, Ala) 27 A dispitch fiom Con
stnntinoiilesaxs that tlieTiukMt Govern
incut has lejec'tid Hngland's jiroposnls lor
tIieoicti)ntioii of Mtukliu and other Hei
hi a pints
Hxsr l.iximooi Ohio, May 27. Aliens
llratt shot Jetler-on C Davis, a "drum-
mei," dead at tho Caldwell House last
night for the betiayal ol llratt s daughter.
DIimI fiom Hind (Milur.
LxxxniNcr, K , Mux 27 John Che
ney, unable to get anything stronger foi
tho putposo, bccnnip intoxicated on haul
ddu Monday and died yosterduy
A (iiiiimili Noblo I)) lug.
Hi wiv May 27 His Hoval HLrhne-,
Piinco Chailes Antolnoof Hohonzollern,
head of the Catholic branch of tlie ruynl
family, Is d) ing
Ibo Abiimluiipil 31llltiu ltrorMit!oii.
PonT Smith, Auk , May 27 Up to this
tlmo 202 lots on the abandoned milltuiv
reoiation haxo been sold Tho total
amount lealicil is J.103,3s0.
Plan orilio Socialists.
Hntnv, May 27. It Is undeistood that
the adhoicutsot tho Social Dcmooiatpirty
will abstain fiom voting at tlie autumn
eleitions Tor tho Landtag.
Gxixkiitov, Tr.xxs, May 27 Thomas
Hddfngs, tho Aniciicon locoinotlxe oiiji
neei xx lio xxas nnested for running oxei a
Mexican, has been idcasod.
(iPiimal Oinnt Sleiples.
Nkxx Yoiik, Ma) 27 'T think fitliei
did not sloop moie than thnv oi foui
houis last night ' sold Colonel Pied Giant
Six I'll pel n Ruppronoil.
xrxw Mnx 37 -SImiph- 'shaxc
1 xWi ippiojisca by tllO flUtUWlUCJi
A JERSEY CITY MAN-THAP FALLS
OP ITS OWN WEIGHT
Sovornl Persons ratally Crtishod In
tho Rulna ixncl a Numbor or Othera
Woutidod The Bulldlnff Suddonly
Sinks In tho Contro nml Shuts Itself
Up Llko ft Tolescopo.
JkiiICit N J , May 27 A Unml
(llfiislci, enuslng the losof lour lives an l
the more m )eiseiioits wounding l "
as yd unknown number of p -.,.
oeeurud olioul UiV) o'clook iln
morning. The lour Iniiillles in
1'atiiek Aiidcison's louilh slor.x Une
ment house, situated on the xx'esl sldi il
t olgate street, belwicn l'Tr"tiind V.M,n.
stu etc, wcio about their iimiuruvop.it i ai
at that hourxxliPii they were stm tied as if
by a loai ol million at n distance Then
lolloxxul the creaking of limbirs, nnd tlio
building began to tumble- In another In
stant, nnd before the now thoroiighl) tci
rlllid oicuiiaiits of the building could
unllre what was happeuiug. the build
ing had rollnp'id. It sunk down In the
centii' like n filoscope, and a cloud of
dust went up in tlie air. 'I ho shrieks of
women nml tbi'uiics ol phlldieu alarnied
Hie nilghboihood mid the xlchdtx was
soon suilrmliiir witli hiimaulty. htmng
hnnds and willing lic.uts xvere Hpcodily
engaged In the woik ol' dragging away tho
timbiis, loputing the Uxlng and taking
out Hip dead, 'the seieams of tho
wouinhd, xxho were pinioned down and
eriHiid between tlictiiuhcis xxcre ilgoul-
ing. iiniuedmtely niter the disaster oc
euriPil,oli olniinwaHglvon on the lire-hell
Mid the liiemen quickly got lo xx'ork nnd
took out the dead, the (lying and those
who had by a mliaclc escaped Injiuy. It
has In en asceitalned nt this wilting
tliat lour have been killed, thieo
iblldun ol Mi. Anderson, the owner
or the building, ami a young man
named Jinxes, 17 years old. Mis.
Amleison, who lived on the Hist toor had
gone lo n ncighboiing grocery to get some
thing loi breakfast. When she returned
hei house was wicckcd and her thieo
ehiliheii. composing hei intire lamily.
dead. Her husband, who is tlio baker at.
the Snake Hill piison. was absent at the
time. 'J he number ol wounded and the
iinluio and extent oftlic injuties have not
as xel In en oscutalnid.
The collapsed building xx'as owned by
Palilck Anderson, who, xxith his wife and
thicc ehlldten, occupied tho Hist lbot.
Tho killed arc as lolloxx's ;
Mamie, Hllaand llainey Anderson, ao I
lcspcctixcly b months, 8 )ears and 10
The oilier victim was Michael Webb a
lad ol 17 ) can, residing on tho second
llooi. Hoxxasciushcdin a frightful man
ner, nouily ox eiy bone in Ids bod) haxing
'lhe iiijuuil, as lai us can be le imed,
nrc John ( ox ne, uged IS veais. badlx'
hurt uboiit the hi.id and face, Patrick
Co) ne, aged 0, ankle biokcn; MoiyCovne.
aged 12, loiehe.id badly cut; llridget
Coyne, iiKed III, badly biulsed about tho
body; Hugh McGurly, aged 21, head nnd
lino badly cut; Mury Ann McGttrty, aged
zv, siiguuy injured niioiu nio iiouyj i.iie
Hussey, aged Si, back badly hurt Mugl
Amleison, aged 12, head and aims badly
'I he accident Is attiibuledto tho lotting
nxxax of the piles upon whicli tin housn
was built All the iiijiucd x-cro cued for
in the x-mious hospitals of the city.
A bit lei typo ol nian-tiap tli.ui tbo
liekety li.nue lookcry that gaxe wax this
nioiiimgcould not be loiiud in any local
ity 'I lie lad Hint tho clash oej-uried on a
ealiiV. dim morning proxed the rotten
condition of the sti uc tine.
'lhe liiemen warn and hasten the au
thoiitiis lo adopt somo nicinsb) xxhhh
mi) leuuipiices ol sueh terrible accidents
may bo piexeuted Mis. Webb, whoo
17-x'ini-old son Michael lost Ids lire by
being ciuslied in the ruins, U tornbly
stileken by the loss ol hei boy.
She coin mound like one beiert calling
hei hoy's name and calling on God tot iko
huscllout of the world She stated that
the Hist iininingsho had ol the building
xxas obout to fall came to her in the inisc
or the clacking ol one or the llooi be inn
iiiidei the windows. "1 ran down st iin,"
she continued, "as rust as I could mil
just denied the dooi when the whole
stiuetuio came tumbling doxvn about in"
'I bo last 1 iciuembci oT my poot boy xv is
xxhen he called out, 'Mother what is th'
nuittci" Wheie aieyou going9' as I xxas
Anllclputi'il 1 loiiblo I til- It.ilj.
T.omon, May 27. King John or Abys
sinia Is rapidly collecting a laige loreo ol"
w auiois to piox cut the Italian contingent,
now occup.xing the lied Sea and other
pents in Lgxpt, fiom advancing on Sen
luit. The news has caused much excite
ment heic and in olllcial ehcles the 1 !'
is e.xpiissid that unless the Itali in tioojn
aie at once withdrawn a conlllet will
A I i);bt I idol (i lldgo'rt I'utici.il.
Pxitis, .Alav 27. President Groxys ih
(ice seculmiing the Pantheon, in oi der
that Vietoi Hugo's bod) may be inteiied
then in, (iinnot become opetatiw until
sanctioned bv the Chambers, nml it is ex
1 ected thai in ilmonloiis debites upon tln
sulijci t will be foieod by the ultr i H ill
eaN. Anullii'i DI-ll-llous I'll ii.
Ni w Yoiik, May 27 Anothei di-usft ms
and iiob,ibly futul Hie took place nt il I)
oeloek this moining at No 2W Kiit
l'oitiith stieit. Mis l'uima Dcruei xvas
burned piobably fntnlly and hei bibyxvis
teriibly vpuieliid ThoHre was muspI hr
the eplosioii of a keioeno oil stoxe.
'Ibo IXI in dui mis ltmlnliln.
Di.xhm., N. M., May 27. TLiity In l.ms
Iiax e passed near heio heading for Moxi j,
xx ith eax ally In cloo puisuit The st ig
running Horn I'agle to Gratton Minlti?
Cumji in lhe Illnok Hango lias not be-i
lieaul tiom, and It is supposed that It has
been taken by the Indians
Ibo Oiibiiu rillbiistcr.
II xv x.n x, Moy 27. Liiubano SiudiPT,
who leads the lillhtistcilug patty xx'i'di
laudeil on Cuban soli Ma) 10. U n m 3,
xxho has won leputotlon us mini mi, i u
ticlpnnt In formei insurrections Hi i id
Is a small one, hoxxox'oi, and It is th ,, A
w ill be soon ox erpoxx erodi
IMenly or Whulnn.
Pi;oxi.Nci,TOs,, Mas., Ma.x x
appeaianceof schooner Antarctic '
incetown, in latitude 35 a, lot I
20, xx ith .10 bands of sperm oil a
baud tperni xx halo, indicates tl
mo plenty of whales on tho peii'
A St. I.ouls .'Morclmiit l i
St. Lous, May 27. John 1 )
bci of the r.xcli.inze, lias imi
With fill nishlng Chicago qu tflti"
bucket-shop. Mr Lox-c ha o ci
appeal bofoio the board nex I' '
answ oi the charge
I'oiiiiilimiUoi Simmiilors Dm uikIih i ('
Wi.xM'i'Kc Mx.x Mny 27 V '
just iccelx ed says Poumhnak, i in i
ot his council and sub-chic x-m
Gciunnl Mlddloton's camp, ,u Jinn i
yostcrda), Mid buncndoic I u'
A CUiejimui liltmppoar.
New Yolk, May 27. ltov. Oanr j ,
Hioxxn, lector of tho Iteformocl Kpis
t liurch of tho ltcdeoiuer, in Wei 1 .
ilrst btteet, ha In'PH wLlng since ThUM-