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WASHINGTON, D. C MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 1, 1NS5.
I R rOI2 T'VYO CENTS
17TH Y10A11 NO. 5,245.
923 Ponna. Avonuo.
Great Reduction in Children's Rib
TWO PAIR3 RIBBED HOSE 25c,
Wlitrli l good value lit !!'. cent" per pair.
UADIES FRENCH LISLE THREAD
yidiiood to SSc. formerly sold f J.7." per pair.
DIHLDREN'S SOCKS AND HOSE,
' White, I'lnln O.ti.i-H mid Fancy Striped Cot
toil imil l.lIe Thread.
li Plain Itlbbod Mlk. Cotton 11l1ar.M0TI1iT.nl.
ll colins. innl Fancy Stripe anil upon work.
LADIES' SILK, COTTON & LISLE
All Color", Fancy snipe" and Open Work Plain
and nibbed, In Ml the best French and hnitlMi
.-a like. Also,
LADIES' OVER-SIZE HOSE .
WAR! ' WAR!
HAS DECLARED WAR.
quarter given or asked. Tho com
laand litis cono forth to march on
ward to tho slaughter.
Hats and Bonnets
For Ladles, Misses anil Cltllilron,
01' cveiy description, to bo slaughtered.
iowers,Tips, Plumes, Velvots antl
Willshnre the samo fate.
Laces, Gloves, Jerseys, Corsets
Lace Gaps and Parasols
Aii'tiKu Included. Tho King ha decreed to
close tho entire stock o
nBO.OOO WORTH of MILLWESY
All New, Desirable and Stylish Goods.
KvCTj'dollm's worth lias got to go. Call nml
sonviiiou yournulf of tho Inducements held out,
cCuwhyoiU'cluuice. Don't ml, thbopportuulty
to save your money.
814 Sovcnth Street.
Woodward & LoTiikni'.
Sjii.i: Puo(iUKssiNu. Our
Surplus Stock Sale of Sea
sonable Goods in still in pro
gress. While many of the lots are
perceptibly diminished, yo
can still show some of eveiy
We make the following ad
ditional reductions :
Surplus Stock of White
Lawn Robes. One-half of
our present slock of White
Kmbroidered Lawn Robes
should have been sold at this
season. We have too many,
.hence the following reduc
tions. They must be sold,
and will be displayed on our
surplus stock table, linen de
partment, near the door,
Pennsylvania ave. entrance,
While Embroidered Lawn
I'J yard otto Inch Svl Muslin.
,1ly. I'lirils ivliln r.mliritlili't'V.
A yimls narrow Kmliroldery.!
Nicely boxed, nccnmpniilNl with pat torn pinto.
I Surplus .ot, rcditcod from Sl.oO and T to
1 Surplus Lot, reduced from 7, $7 ,.")( nml
48 to til ouch.
I Surplus Lot, reduced from is, $S,'J."i ami
I suipliis Lot, reduced from il'.', $l'J,"u mid
$i;tto10!Rch. , ,
Tlieenro exceptionally good value, and we
think our customers will nppioclnto and tuku
advantage "f 'ho opportunity offered.
Surplus Stock of Jerseys.
We have a surplus stock of
our "Matchless" Jersey, and,
with a view -of reducing this
surplus, we make the follow
ing reduction, quality main
tained in every way. "Our
Matchless," fine black im
ported Stockinette Jersey,
turn-over collar, coat back,
buttons at wrists, perfectly
fitting and nicely finished.
Voimor price SiUW
Sn nit ns stuck nrlen 'J.rill
Wo have a Stirplu stock or "idlnoli l'lno
Furniture Uncus In ton choice pattcrm of
wide and narrow stripes.
Former pi loo ."po
Surplus stock pi-loo i lilo
Wo. haven Suriilits stock of Furniture Cre
tonnes for liiiiiirliiirs. decorations and loose
covers, well wort h i! I e.
suti't.us stock 1'itici: ', cunts.
We huvo a SurplilsSlnckof Fine 1 1-1 Crochet
(Jullts, They mut ho disposed of,
Former price. . , Sl.-!"
Surplus Stock mice 1 . 1 "
(Third floor; take t ho elevator.)
Special. It having come to
our notice that some of our
customers were not aware
that we keep a full line of
"Perinot" Gloves throughout
the year, we beg to call at
tention to this fact, and quote
as follows :
Perinot Suede Gloves
Ladles' d-lmttou "I'orhiot" Suede ttlovos, In
griiv, tan, (.'olden browns, ecru and black,
plain and embroidered backs, embroidered In
self-colors and bhick,
Ladles' (land 8-button "Perinot" Miiii(iin
tnlre ((loves, In black, (.-ray, tinglM, tau and
blown, plain and self-cmbroldcrcd backs.
Ladles' l'J, 11.1(1. IS. 'JO and illlbuttou
length "I'crlnot" livening ((loves, In desirable,
Ladles' l-button Cream White Suede fslove.
I'erluot cut, usually sold at tl.oU, only ."die per
Ladles' . l-button "I'crlnot" Slledo (Hove. III
eei u. pearl, lleh, mode, croani and lemon,
usually soul at .fl.su, only 7."io per pair.
For Driving. scnliuro nml .Mountain wear,
wo unhesitatingly locomincnd our (Mmtton
length Chamois Motisquotiilro, Well worth f 1,
only7"o per pair,
The largest stock of Cream
White Wfjol Goods of any
previous season. . They will
be worn at the summer re
sorts.and special occasions to
a much greater extent than
heretofore. The variety was
never larger, nor the prices
'J'J-lachCicam Danish Cloth fJK.o.
'J7-lucb Crciiui Lawn Tennis j.'ui.
J7-lueh Cream All-Wool Sorge:t7K''.
do-Inch Cream All-Wool Tricot fiile.
Id-Inch Cream AU-Wool Alhntrossntic.
no-Inch Cream AU-Wool "t'riizv Cloth" alio,
d'J.lnch Croniii Twill Flannel 7."io.
1'Jlncli Crciim All-Wool llutlstii7."o.
du-liieh Cienm Canvas cloth 7oo.
Kl-lneh Cii'iim All-Wool Cashmere H.
r.Olnch Cieam Muultsli bcrite ft .
Men's Summer Wear.
We call attention to the ar
rival of an elegant line of
Men's Cnmbrlo Nlulit Shirts,
lion's Cnmbrlo Dross Shlits.
.Men's .Ml-I.liion DrossShhts.
These arc the same goods
we had such success with last
season, and are particularly
adapted to summer wear, on
account of their lightness,
coolness and durability, mak
ing them not only the best,
but the cheapest.
oloifiintly iimiiouiid tlulslicd, with collar, oulfs
nml pocket, veryllyht wclclit, yet llrm und
Men's l'lno i.oiisuaio (;nmiiric xism Minis,
MlOlIK, 'SI'CS 1 I n. 11. llltlHi.s,
r,iii -pi 4, il.
Men's Fin p l.onsdalo Cambric Dress Shlits,
open liont, all linen bosom and bauds, thor
oughly made and finished, nil sizes,
Men's Fine All-l.lnen Dro Shirts, folhtd
seams, open (rout, cussettod, lioom lined with
butcher's lluon. all sizes.
iVftr.,.-"MAIf. OlIllKll Dlll'Airi'MIINT"
under oxpellenced siiKrvlslou. l'cioiml iit
teutlo,!! to nil commiiiileatloiis, orders; etc.
State sl.o, color und about tha price you du
alio to pay,
r.vi vi i , t nr
WOODWARD & LOTIJROP,
Boston Djy Goods Houso,
'one jaicB oitsrirsr,
921 Pa, Ave, 012 D Street,
(1 0 V KR XMKNT 0 ( ISSI P.
m:w simonm ( o.Mfritoi.i.uit
r tin; Titr.Asifitv.
Isiuif . .Mli.MHi'il or Nru Vorlf lii Sue
ei ed ,M r. Itplon Tin I'l-oslilonl's Cntlors
.Mr. Itn.Miril's llopiirlnro Dtsnilssiil of
lilo ( lili'l'ol' Ml Nlon ol' rostiit Supplies,
The I'l'oslilenl tiiiulo the I'nllowlng ap
i(iilitlnciits to-ilny :
Iswc II. .MaynmmmiI' Now York to he
'I'd lie col lectors nl' liiternul rovoiiuo
liolierl M. IIciiiIcimiii. rimrlli ilistrlcl
Tcximj Hubert lliirnett. I'ourtli (Utrict
'I'd ho Assisiunt Attiii'iioy-tloiionil
Hold. Unwind of Arkansas.
Albert X, llnthoMiiv of Cointcrtlottt,
CiiiimiI of the I'liltcd Slates ill Xioe.
Tin 'rrniii', 'miiiiiIss1oii,
Tho' 'I'reasiiry lixaniiiilli Coiuiiilsslnn
hold a nicctlii; to-day iil'loru hiiijr reccs
ciiiied by .Mr. C'noii's illness.
Election's llocin t'vf,
Assislniit Secretary Coon luis retunied
In the city and was at his olllco at the
'l'icanrv In-day for the llrst tiiiicsincc his
Tin- I'lll.lle Hi-lit lli-ilitolliiii.
The statement nl' the public debt re
duction lor tin inontli nr May will be is
sued late this nl'tcriinnii. It will liow u
reduction nl" about l,riOn,(iHi.
The l'l'i'slileiil's Cnllcis.
'I'lic Vii'-ldent's ealleiN to-day included
the Secretaries of State und Interior, tho
Altnrncy-ticticral, Senators Cull, Itiitler
nnd C'ohiuitt, liciiiesenlutivos Xeeco.
IlrnuK, Kin', Towiislicnd," Ww alul
Kleilior, c.-'nnKressiiian Slimleton, (Icll
cial l'iirnwnitli and (icncral Hunt.
. Mr. .lliiniilnir'k 1'iliole Hcircliuv
Air. Tlionuis .1. Ureliiian of the New
Ynik Associated I'rcs". u well-known
newspaper man. entered upon the dis
charge of his duties to-day n private soc
ictary to Peorctnry Maniilnj,'. Mr. Snyder,
the p'l'csent private secretary, will assume
the duties ol iliiel'cleil; nl' the Treasurer's
nlllce in a lew (lays,
Tin Alisrul Noci'ot-ii'lc,
Sccielai'ics Whitney und Kndicntt are
still in New York, hut will probably re
turn to-iiiorrnw. Secretary llavard will
leave the cilv tliial'ternnOii I'nr Lawrence.
Knn., tn deliver nn oration nl the com
mencement nl'tho university, lie will be
accompanied by Mr. Hurry llryan, his
pi'iMite secretary, and will beali-ent nlioitl
'I he Walt". Cuiii'l-Mii-'llnl.
In tlic trial ol'ex-Suigeou (icncral Wales
to-day .lude Wilson was nnt present.
Lake' II, .lone., who was implicated In the
t'inudiilent vouchor, gave the same testi
mony lie nave in the trial ol' Kirkwood.
Mr. MiniuiiiL' ol'lhe Treasurer's nlllci' told
of the method of paying jiaymaster'
check, and idcntillod those paid hero.
Jnncs was recalled und continued on the
stuiid until thi report closed.
Mr. Iln.i's VIsKiir.
Tin- ruh ol' visitors is now so great at
the I'li-tollicc Iicpartinont Unit the First
Assistant Fo-tniii-ter-tieneral has found
it . iecearv tn limit tho hours
for seeliif! callers personally, in ni'der that
lie may have some time each day for ex
amining papers and for the propcr-dl-rliai'jtc
ol routine work in III nlllce.
Hereafter visitor, should call between
the hours of inn, in. und ' m,
'Ii. -line's Olllrlul Cli:ini's,
'I'o-day witnessed an unuuai iiiiinliei of
iiiiporlu'iit ollieinl eliaue.. Mr. Ivdward
(). (irnve-i formally assumed eoutrol of
the llurcau of Kniri'iiviui; and l'rlutlut;,
vice Captain IIurriK. Captain WlUon en
tered upon thodi-charue of the dutie of
Commissioner of J'ublic IttilldiiiK "lid
Ciroiinili. vice Colonel lloekwell. ('nminn
dore llolknaii became siiiicrinteiident of
the Xalinnal Xaval (liservatoi. Mr.
Whclploy heennio Assistant 'l'rcasiirer. nnd,
a number nfntlier cIiiiiikc- took place in
tho Treasurer'-, olllco, caused liv Mr.
tiravi'S1 promotion. In each of tho Do
luirtnii'iits there were niinorehnnjios imido
within the last week or two. to take ell'oct
'flic I'nl.llc l-i'liiloo.
A jjrenl ileal of interest is being mani
fested in Hie appointment of a now I'ublie
I'rintor, tiltliotiuti it is not supposed that
Mr, Hounds is in he dlsturlied at an early
date. It is understood that the Interna
tional Typographical I'nlon, now in ses
sion in Xew York, has been given tn un
dcrsland that tlie President will appoint
an Indiana man ifau agreement can be
icachcd by tho politician of that State.
The I'nlon will refuse, according to
minor, tn Indnr-o any of the Indiana
candidates now lirominently in the Held
on the ground that no agreement could
ho readied in their favor liy the Indiana
men. The opinion i expressed that the
1 Ion. .lnlin Schley of Indiana will proh
alily receive the indorsement of the onii
volition and I a promising candidate.
Tlio Nc'iiml CoiiipU'olloi'slilii.
.Mr. rjiton's resignation iisSccoud Comp
troller of the Treasury was placed in the
hands of the Secretary of tlio Treasury
some weeks ago, at the time the resigna
tions of all the accounting olllcer. of that
Department weie reijue-tod. 'I'o-day ho
was untitled of the aecoptiinco of his resig
nation and Judge Magi'iidcr's appointment
was announced. The latter is iibuiit forty
years of age. and at present First Deputy
Attoincy-deneral nl' the Stale of .Vow
York, and a warm personal friend of
hnth the President and Mr. Manning
lie ha been Judge of Delaware
Counlv add held various nlllce
in 'the Slate requiring legal
knowledge and ability, 'lie was an un
successful candidate for Sccrettirv nf State
of New York nt the lat election,, his do
feat being attributed to Ids prohibition
proclivities, lie i regarded a an able
andoDlcient mini and ha always been a
A I'lisloiUce Olllclal Id moiI.
Thodivislonn of supplies, nf tho l'ot
olllco Dcpai-tniJlit nils charge of
all supplies Unit are 11111
liv tho Dcpaitment except fui'
nl"hlng slump, envelopes nnd postal
cards. AVheii Postmastoi-lioneral Vilas
came in he appointed a commis
sion consisting of Messrs. .1.
W. Wells, Coolcy and Johnson In look
Into tlio Division nf Supplies und tho
methods of doing work thorn. A
few days ago this commission made are
pint. It was not cnudcninatory of its
chief nor of a sentimental character.
Hut tlio Piistuiaster-tlencral was not
satisfied wiilt tlio condition of a Halt's
shown by it. Ilo this afieriiooii
removed that chief, Jlainr Dudley
W. Ithudes nf Ohio, and appointed
in his stead Mr. Marello Noyos nf Ver
mont. .Ml. Noves i a fi'lcnd of Mr. II. II,
'I lie Miirl. In csll-iillKii,
Samuel Kiuory was the 1111 witiie-N
called to-day lor the defense in the inves
tigation ol'the charges against Architect
Clink, after Mr. Francis Miller, I'nr thoitu
feiisn, had presented the laws of emigre
relating to woikon the Capitol under Mr,
Clinic's charge. Mr. Hmery said ho had
wotked in stone for over forty years, but
never wnsiipjiienlleod to the trade, lie
put In the gruuite coping along the north
approach to tlio Capitol, lias done eou
hldcrablo work for Architci t Clark abmit
the Capitol, ha) worked on other public
buildings. Inspected wmk on Ue'so-nh
i.'1'oHt Vt UlV viipiWl itllvl Jomul vuv v( iwg
senilis, but Ihcyaro lint 'sv'rioiis and ap
llliii'litlv doM'liiped slliee the work was
complcicil; examine! the work till
Minor. i,i,,l I'ersniiiil,
The Court orclaltn ha iiiloiiriicd un
Seventy-four poMinnslor of the fnurlh
c.lass were appointed hyllie l'n"tinatcr
'file transfer nftliu Italllliiore citv post
nlllee from Colonel Adrcnli In Mr. Vea.ey
lias boon completed.
The Cherokcu land eases were decided
to-diiv in favor nf the Cherokee nation by
kliel'onit of Claim.
Secretary Laiiiar hasreenvond from hi
iccciit lllnc. lie was nit diityat the In
tcrinr Dopaituient tn-day.
'flic desks and nlllciw of ollleials who
cnteied upon tho ilicliargo nf new diitlos
lo-day weie profusely doonrnted with
Mr. Daniel .1. Daltoii. clerk nl'tho Ilain
lilon County (Ohio) Court, I hi tlio city,
lie I a candidate lor Ihc polm:itcrhlp
'flionin Simon, Assistant Altiiniey
(Icncrul hcl'iiic the Court of Claim, has
tendered Id resignation, ami llnherl
Ilnwardof Little Hock, Ark., will succeed
Mr. S. D. Fry was to-day designated liv
PoMiniistor-tScnorul Vila to llll the desk
entiM'd bv the reslgiiatioii nf Mr. Nathan
Smith. Jt i 11 hard desk to till, hut Mr.
Fry Is a capable num.
Cnllgicss will bo petitioui'il at tlii'cniu
ing session tn pass nn appropriation to
paint and tepalr the Congressional 11101111
uicuts lining tlio prominent axcnui- lu
the Cuiigresslniial ( eiuetery.
It apjiears that the wife of Dr. J. M.
iMeioie, whose appointment to the position
nf eopsill at .Nagasaki wa revoked, ha
not, as lepoi'tcd, obtained a divorce from
lilin, The proceeding for a divorce are
still ponding lu ICuttcru Maryland.
Dr. Neil F. (indium nf Mliiuc-ntu, as
sistant medical referee of the l'eniou Itii
rcatl, and Dr.. William II. (iohrecht und
John If. llo nf Iniliana, medical exaiu-inei-s
in die IVuion Olllce, have been re
moved for "oll'cnsive )iirtisausilp."
Mr. Xlliuuo, Into chief of tho lluieail nf
Statistics, has made u repnit nn the ranch
ami range eaitie mistue. 01 me eoiiuiry,
showing the wonderful increase, Mr.
Xitunio strongly oppo-e the leiisingof the
public land for the cattle liusine,
The First Auditor of the Treasury.
Judge Cheunwlth, has declined In pass uc
cfuints ofthe llureuii nf l-higravtug and
I'rinting, aggregating snine j'.'JJKiu in
amount, taking the po-Minn that tlio ex
penditure involved were incurred with
out authority of law.
There lm been a very warm contest
over the (Jtllney (111.) potollce, the term
ol'the prc-ent incumhent having expired,
(icncral .lame W. Singleton, one of the
best known citizen of the Slate, i one nf
a number of candidates, but It is thought
all the other-will withdraw hi III favor.
The Secretary of War has been inked tn
order J'cpuly Jiulgo-Advoeatc-doncral
Wintliroii tn thl city as uittmi to the
acting .ludgo-Atlvoouto-Uoiiorul nf tlio
Army. Wiiithmp i well known in tills
city, baying been 011 duty here I'm' many
years and having married a Washington
lady, lie Is now on (foneral Pope's "tall".
The resignation of Mr. Xathan Smith of
the Postolllce Department is to lie re
gretted. .Mr. Smith knows a much iilxmi
the workings of the Department as any
one employed in it. lie ha a very wide
acquaintance with' public men. and-is a
most accommodating and popular gentle
man. Mr. Smith will move with his
family tn Kan-a, 'where ho has a cattle
fal 111, He leave this aftcrnnnii.
The Pre-ldont spent Sunday morning
quietly in New York and left at II p. pi.
lor this city, arriving at tlio llaltinmrc A
Potomac Station at 10 o'clock lal night.
Tho President was accompanied by the
Po-tmaster-d'enoral, Mr., and Ml Vilas,
and Marshal MeMlchacl. Secretaries Kndi
cntt and Whitney aecniiipanlcd him tn
tlie ferry In Now York, but did not return.
Tilt President saw- very low political
Miller. during id stay in New York.
1 ' S 1
libit lu 11 Church.
l'oiir Woiitii, Ti:. June I. While in
tending church last night at a settlement
eight mile from town, two devout eul
oicd wniilcu became engaged in a family
qlini'icl wjtliin tlie sacred precincts. Two
colored niciiiber., (lenrge Allison and Dirk
Collie, took up the quarrel in front nf the
iiiectliig-hnnso, and began shihing each
other with ilirlc-knives. lu the ntidt of
tlio tiielei, Sam t.'nll'ee, the young son of
Dick, appeared, Perceiving that hi
father wa being badly ueil, Sam drew
ids revolver and shot Alll-nu In tho back,
killing him intimtl,v. A pnse nf citizens
arc now searching lor tlie two Coll'ccs.
A Kelgn nf Lawlessness.
Cvri.r.risiinio, Kv., June I. Fugitives
I'rniu Knott, Floyd, Leilchen and Piko
counties of (Id State bring vague stories
of lawlessiie.-s and of the delianco of the
ollleers ofthe law in thee counties. They
declared that organized hand nf outlaw.
ride through the country murdering citi
zens and lighting with each other. Oto
of these fugitives, a highly liitelligenlmim,
says if the courts should indict the out
laws they would destroy the indictments
and the 'other records nf the court; that
these desperadoes will not hesitate tn mur
der anyone who would presume to iutor
fcic willi them, and that it would he
suicide loailenipt to arrest them,
The Oil Output.
TliTsVl 1.1,1:, P. Juno I. -Thonil report
published to-day show. t lint i:t new well
liavo been completed during Ma, . with a
pioduction on the last day ofthe month
of I, sin barrel. Thirty-two well weie
dry. These llguves, compared with last
month's report, show an inereaonf si
new wells, IIS barrels pindiielion and '.'J
dry holes, During May there was a large
Increase In tlie amount of new work.
'I'hcie are now in tlio entire region 170 rig
up or building, and L"Ji wells drilling.
A Milelile In lliill'iilo.
Dpi r.u.o, N. Y., June 1. -At "::!Oo'ciock
thi morning Mi's. Franci nf ."! Porter
street after getting breakfast called to her
son, Alexander, lu gel up. lleeeivlug iu
response, she went to hi room ami found
him lying in bed, hi throat cut in n terri
ble gash, Dcpondency is the only caii-e
aslgncd. Jle is likely Iodic,
Tho AVooillanii Mimlcicr.
Ki.kiox, Mo., Juno I. Charles P. Hume
whn on Sat (mill v shot und killed hi
brother-in-law and his Fl-year old son at
Woodlawn and wa put in jail here, at-
I. I...1 .,. .. 1. . ..!. .1.1- l..t. ..!..!. I...
ii-nilii-ii in rupinm siii-ini' m-., inu. ...
dasliing id liend against the wall of hi
cell. Tliefeolingagaiiist him h increasing
nml usually cool men talk lively of lynch
Prominent lllvliie I'leiieblng.
Saiiatooa, N. Y., Juno I. Annual ser
mons were preauhed yesterday before the
Home Mission, Foreign Mission and Pub
lication 'societies liv Dr. Franklin John
son of Cambridge, Mass., tho Itev. W. W.
Apsey of Hoston, and I . W. I'.Hi-, l. D.,
T.iikso.s nf Die (Hand Trunk.
MoNTtiK.M,, June I. Sir Henry Tyler,
who arrived litre Sntuiday nlglit, says
that during tlio past year the Uiund
Trunk Hallway ha 101 inver V-'.OoO.OOO nf
giti.sf, revenue i.n nui oimV of we-ulvo
Anotliei- l'losii( ln I'lght.
l'ltii.ADKi.fiitA, June 1. Hilly O'Hilen,
the 111111111(501' of Domliilik McCall'rey,
passed through thi city tn-day nn 'his
way to Chicago, wlievoho goo tn sec John
I. Sullivan to arrange. If possible, n mutch
between him and McCallrey.
I'Orit l.lll'OltTANT OII'tCIAI.S Will)
i;.NTi;itoNTin;iit uhtiI'M iii-oa v.
I hi'Ai'M Siiiei'liitenilelit of I'lllille lllllld
lugs, (tin Now Chief or Ibo lliii'i'iiiinl Ibi
giiivllig nml I'l-lnllng. tin, Now Clilof of
I lie llllli'llllol Slnllslli'siinil Hie Nnw.Sii.
poi'lntondoiit of the Nnviil lM,ii'Viit,l',w
Cnlonel Jiilili Moulder Wilson, t.leilteli
iinK'olonel of I'higlneer. wlio tn-day 11
siinii' the duties of SuporiiilMiuleut of
Public Hulldiiig and Oriuind, relieving
Colonel Hockwell, is one of the oiioftlio
bite Cnuuniioner ,loeph S. Wilson of
tlii'ti'eneral hand Olllco, and wa hnrn lu
thi citv October , ls.".s. lie entiued at
Wcl iVlul Julv I. 1.V. and graduated
JOHN .MOl'l.tllll! WILSON.
July I, IWO, staiulilig Xo. I'J In 11 cla of
II, iind wa assigned as brevet second lieu
tenant of ordnance.
He wa on duty at Fori Monroe and tlio
Washington Aiscnid from October, i.VH),
to .limitary, Mil, and bceanie first lieuten
ant in May, 1NII.
While serving in Carlisle' battery of M10
Second he tool; pall in tlie battle nl Hull
Hun, and afterward in the l'oidiiuhi
campaign. July -M, IsdJ, ho wa trail
foiled tn the Topographical Kngiuccrs and
nttached a a-sistunt at (Icncral McClel
Inn's headquarters until November, when
he was placed in charge of the con
struction of dcfciics at Harper's Kerry.
March '', lso.'f, he was transferred to the
Corp of Kuglueer.,' and promoted tn cup
tain June I, INK!, when he was ordered
West, and rniitructcil forlllicatioii ut
Memphis Vleksburg and Natehe, until
May, Isill, when he was iiiado lieulciiant
coloncl and inspector-general mi (icncral
Canby's stall, and remained in that capa
city imtil August, isio, being engaged in
the Mobile campaL'ii and prc-ent at the
surrender nf (.ieiioral Dick 'liiylor'. uriny.
May I, ut Cltroiielle, Ala. lie wa pro
moted to major of engineer April 'J.!, I si 81,
and 'in licuicniinl-cuiuuel March 111, l.vtl.
Since tlie war he lm- served in charge
of various important work witli slatlnii
at New Orleaii. St. l.nui, Portland, Ore
gnu, and other point until the uiniiier
of Issj, when ho wa nidcrcil to duty in
the olllce of Chief nf Kngiuccrs nnd re
mained there until tn-day.
lie wa married October S, isti". tn Mi-
Augusta Waller nf thi citv, but ha no
children, und now reside lu an elegant
home Nn. 1111 Connecticut avonuo. Hi
sister is Mrs. Thomas Duncan, wife nf
liciicml Duncan. I'. S. A., who Ve-idcs
here. icncral Thomas Wllou, I'. S. A.,
und Lieutenant Down Wll-nn, 1'. S. N,,
are hi brothers.
IMIWMIII o. mi V VI'..
Since tho 'J2d of May Mr. K. o. (iravc,
has beenactlng a chief of the lluieail nf
Kngraving and Printing. To-dn.v lie ha
foinially entered upon lit duties a chief
of tlie liiucaii. Mr. (irave wa- Imru in
Hcikiuier County, N, Y In isi.'l. and
graduated Tiom llnbarl College, linmc
tlialely after graduation lie came in thi
city to take a position at jl.'.'ou a year in
the olllce ofthe I'. S. Treasurer, whole las
excellent ability was recognized at mice.
I lis promotion was steady ami, after -crying
a chief clerk of tlie 'l'rcasiirer' olllce,
he became In IS7I the chief of the Na
tional Hank Itcilcmpliou Agency. In iss.'i
lie bceiune assistant treasurer. From that
position ho has been called In rule the des
tinies of Ihc llurcau of Kngraving and
Mr. (iruves has lung been an advocate
of civil service reform and closely identi
fied with that cans,'. In ls.7L' he wu ap
pointed a member nf the hoard of exam
iners for the Treasury Department, and in
IS7.'I chief evaiiiincr of lln old board of
.Civil Son Ice Ciiiiiiiii-siiiiicrs. In LS77 he
was appointed niu of a commission in look
into tlio all'alr.s of the lluieail of Kngrav
ing and Printing, which were tl being
run very loosely. The bureau, In fact,
had become a public, scandal. Acting
upon the report made by the eniiiiiiiinti,
Mr. 1'Mw.ird Mcl'hnrsoii, when he wa
made chief of the liiucaii, brought order
out of cliao and put il-all'aiis theic mi a
Mr. (iraves is a gentleman of medium
size anil wear a short, hut full, bl.u-Ic
beard. Ilo has always been very popular
mid lias 11 hahiinf going around Ids bureau
ami making por-oiinl inspection of mut
ters and things. There is no doubt that
lie will he n good a chief in hi- new posi
tion a ho lias been capable lu all other
places that ho has held. Mr. (Iraves bus
a verv pretty house on Fnurtcenth street
which 1 modeled after his nwn ideas. It
is good for the eye- toeveu look upon it,
eoMMoiioiti; 111:1. kni
.Commodore ticorgc K. llelkuap. I'.S. N.,
who assiiiucd to-day his invsoiii title by
promotion, and tlie Important duties nf
superintendent nf the Naval Observatory,
was born in New Ilaii'iphshirc, January
'J'J, lKI'J. He was appointed a midship-,
man on October 7, ls. and made hi llrt
cruise to the coast of Africa serving until
oidercd home in is'i.l in the Naval
Academy then newly csiablislied at An
napolis. After two yens' service in tlio
Coast Survev he was promoted to a lieu
tenant in ltiv. lie was lu the K,at liulle
in lK'U-fix and at the capture of the ll.irrl
Cie foils, during tin Chinese war under
Comiiii iloii Tutii'ill, lotunuiiidi'd a. gun
1 lawuu, Wiututi Uiv itv UU ,u' Uv ni,
actively cngiiged nn tin- Allautii- 1-0.11
He was prmiioled lii'iitcmiiit-riinimaudi"
la lwrj, and ill Fm-t Fihcr 1 imui.iudi'd
the Caiiouioll, ill which he relumed In
Charleston and tired the la-i lmt bofnie
tlie cMicuatioii of that city.
He wa promoted commander in Isl
and cninnmiidod the suceel'ui etpi'di
lluii (igaint the Foriiui'iinsiiviigos in IsnT.
In IfC'l he niailc a hydrnjjniphle survey of
the North I'aeillc Ocean amraecotupli-hod
11 work that gave him celebrity through
out the world, lie completely mapped
the bollom .of the Pdellfe. and by the
uv ol the piano wircuimld -ouuilliig tn 11
depth of -i.thV) lathnins, nv over ilvo and
n-iUailer mile. 'I'hl wa found In the
Kuril Si vii. or Ithuk Stream, on the coa-l
nfJiqum, which correspond In the tliilT
stream oftho Nml li Atlantic, ami Is the
greatest depth vet fmiiiil.
lie icturned in October. IS7I. sniiiowhnt
Impaired In licnilli, nml, being pruuinied
In captain In S7,1! went nn duty at the
l'cn-ncnlu Nuvv-'l ard, where lie remained
until 1S7II. ln'L-l-S.'l hecniuiiiaildod the
Alaku in the Pactllc, and iiico that time
has been on duty for most of the time at
tlio Norfolk Navy-Yard. CoinmiNlnri
Holkuaii I married and has throc-oiis
and a married daughter, the latter tho
wife nf Passed Assistant Suivcnn S. W.
Ilaltle. I'. S. N.
J Ion. Willliiin !'. Swillcr tn-diiy took
churgc of the llurcau of Statistics nf the
Treasury Department, to which polthui
he wa recently appointed lu succeed Mr.
Nlinino. .Mr. Swltzler was born in Fay
ette ( tunny, Ky., in Isill, but has resided
ill Missouri since ISJI. Jlewn clllciited
In Ihc legal profession, ami for 11 few year
practiced law in Columbia. He entered
the journalistic profelou in isil.atid in
JSIM established at Columbia the Mimumri
FttitMiiitiH, of which paper lie ha been tlie
editor contlnuou-ly since its first number,
lie has boon actively engaged ill politic
by public speeches a in I editorial and other
writing, and also in advancing tlie edu
cational and all other interest nf Missouri.
Ilo has boon frequently n member of the
Legislature, and tn P-a.' nnd I .s7" 11 ni.'iii
bcrof the State Constitutional Conven
liuli. In the latter convention wlioli udnpleil
wn.i.mi v. swiT.i.uit. .
the present L'oustilulioii, lie wits chair
man of the Coiiimlttceiiii I'Miieatiou and
look a prominent part in the proceedings.
InlXKland li'n lie received the largest
nuiiiber of votes for ( ougre- In hi- Dis
trict, but the certilicale of election was
icfuscil linn by tlie'caiivasslngiitlleers ut
Jell'cr-on City, lie contested 'liotb eals,
hut despite the fact that the Klcctinhsfnm
mitlci'of the llou-e each time reported in
Ills favor, the House itself refused to ac
cept the report.. Mr. Swltzler wn a Whig
before the war. wa a strong union man
and a Democrat during, tlie war and ha
been a Demoi rat over since. lie i a tall
gentleman with a long pointed gray beard
and gray hair. Ilo has a beaming, kindly
eve and is one nf the mn-t iu-cnmplihcd
gentlemen in the country,
THE MILFORD CEMETERY.
The (i. A, It, SculhliiKly Denounced b. li
MiiFiiiui. M v-.. June I. Father Cud
diliy -(iilhingly deimunccil the Orand
Army nf I he Hepulilic I'rniu bi.s pulpit
cstciday. culling the veterans whn
entered St. Mary's Cemetery against hi
order on meiimrial day "Kiiuw-Nnth-ing-,"
"liillilel Yankees" and Scotch and
He said: "I warn the Catholic that the
(i. A. li. i nothing hut a ICimw-nuthiug
body, und nn respectable Catholic could
loin the bigoted fcncc-hroakcrs." lleuid
'lie would rel'uo the Catholic iailicipaut
Clni-tiaii burial till they had cnnlc ed
their guilt befnic witucs-c-and asked par
don of the church and would pmo'iiio
ill ..in. 1 liv- 111-it. nil' 111 1111- iii.i.i, lire
II'iwMiio,-, was Miss Louise 'I horndyke.
She played her purl to such perfection that
Houcicault Veil ill love with her, and a
marriage is likolv to come oil" shortly, not
withstanding the strong oppo-itioii of
tlie old gentleman' daughter and -
Vermont's Nel senulor.
Hri:i.iM.ioN, Vt.,.Iiiiic I. It is gcucr.illy
iiiulcrstood that cx-tiovoriiors Sniilli.
Proctor und Stewart, c :-Coiigresiiiau
j'olaiid and Judge Power of the Supreme
Cunt arc candidates for the Seunlorship,
to succeed Mr. I'Mliiimds. Senator Kd
iiiiiuds' term does lint expire until LSS7,
but the next Legislature, in I.n;,wIII elect
liis.-ucces.snr. Judge Poland has removed
from St, Jnhiishui'g into Waterville, uu
the west side, the Kdniuiuls district.
Tlie I'i'iiii lb, til.- Case.
I'll ism 1:0, Vs., Juno 1, Among the
several iiilcrosiing and importaiit eases
for trial at the present term of the Crimi
nal Cnmt is that of William N. Hiddle,
cx-preshlcnl nl the fauinus penii Hank.
Despite the repealed nsuralieesoflho di
liict iittnrnoy tluit thoea.-e would be culled
for trial In-day, it has boon Icmpni'uril.v
postponed and will probably not now be
heard for two weeks.
;. lli'iiuKanl's Thin! Victim.
HiMiimiin.v, N. Y.. June l.--l''rooiuaii
O. Krcneh, who was shut nn Saturday by
(loorgo Axtoll, at Deposit, N. Y.. died of
his injuries tn-day, making tlie thud vic
tim oi Axtell's ficnzy. French's life was
insured fni's.'l.0ooa wool; ago. Tho st Diets
of Depoli are crowded to-day with ex-
BSUN A Siispecteil .Mlll'dmi'l'.
New Yoiik.Juiio I, fliMi, Augeweir, tlio
former clerk of Druggist Crawford, 111
whose store on Hudson street Uiohard
Hands was found tttllftloi'liil vosIim.
da mnruiiig, lias been arrested and
lodged in jail pending an Investigation.
Ilo is siispecteil of having- murdered
Hands out of revenge, believing th.it lie
caused his discharge.
(ieninnl (ii'iiul'i. C0111IIII011.
Nkw Youk, June I. Dr. Douglii-. tliis
lnnruiligsaid Hint (icneial tlrant sutlers
very mui li a- h! discise progrnssi.,
tliouuh ho I-iipnu'i ullv unproved tu hi
itifli-i 1 r, i.iivCT45iy af -
ix iiiidifs 110m
AN IMI'(lIS(i l;s( OKI (!( (Jill' VMI,-(
Ills 1 1 1 : t UsT(ITIIIi I'ASTIIIIOV.
A llen Itnln lull. In Dlspci-si' llii-( ti'ivit
'I Inil Lingers AI1011I lln- llltir nf II10
lli'iiiM'o.'l ns II 1. 1.., In Sim,, linilcc tho
'1 1 lliniilnil Ai-cli IV u lied Cups Moon
nnd l.lllli' lllsiii'der.
J' M:l, June 1.- The Mrcct and uvoimos
In the vh iiutj-or the Arc do Trlnuiphe,
wliore Victor Hugo's body lie- 111 stale,
were thronged all nigld. Al'in mlduiglit
raliillillsloaillly.bin thi did not appar
ently, diminish the ononhnus ( ivd.
Toward mnnilng a great deal ol icwlry
wa indulged in, men and woim-n hiiiu
and dancing nn the pavdnciit- m nit H
rcctlons. (iood humor prevailed I...
evor. ami police inloifei-cin'e won' ii..,,
thor than an oecasiunal wiiiiiin ' soio
knot (if riiytcrei's a little imisi, thio
Shortly befoie lllo'iln, I tb- 1, ,,!
irominont iioixm dirollv iomi, 10 1
with tlie Jeeieiiinidcs nt tl d.i h. m '
arrive. Previous In lln mow ,, ,, ,1 .,
plnccinil several peetlies .!, n,u.
I'liee vvereiiilerrupted ,il tlio.- I,, ,1.
from the crowd, lint the inini ii.hoi,
were few and nf 11 cbai.ictoi r . -tl. .
lulld tn evcile the piiifnis ol 1!,. ,1,
Just before the priio,-ioii li li f !
de 'I riomphe a few persons whiiiii-uttf,i(
to carry red Hag .were arrewed 'i'liis is
ilnnc sn ipiielly by the police that th. in
clilctit wa lint noticed by juo-l of tho-u
prccnt. At U:J, preniel,v. tho price , ;
.-inn -uiririi ior me lauinroii i no nay
wn warm, me un siunitie nriiiiantlv
As the envtage moved the thimiig fell lu't ;
line willioui (leiiionstnilloli. nnd nr
tiling was ipdot nnd orderly .
The funeral prneessioli. owinir fi 'lie ul
niu-t iinprcieilented thinng whn It lined
the sticct. mined nwly. Tlie at ilnlque
hearing the remain, arrived at the Pini
thcoli at -o'clock. 'I'lic ccreiiihiile w-oi'.-begun
at nlicc and proceeded wiUii'i1 III
teriiiptiou to their close.
The dense ma of pcnpli' in the P,,n
thcoli litcucl to the addiessi- vv' re--pel
tl'ui altciitioii, and order w- 1 du.
laincd withoiu; uny clliirl on ilo oat if
the a 11 1 In ui lies. ''he ee'iii'"ii ,1
1 cm hided at :t o'clock.
A large number of pii-Hi 1-:i , . 1 I
to have been severely hi rl 1 1 ie
. ingress of the funeral cort "go i 1
I oiuts on the route the spe Uinn - li . 1 il"
imnie-stricken at the fearfc.l 1 ru-li i.id tu
their etl'ort to fii'c tiiem-ilv . -, many
vvn'iH n and children were inpirc 1
A F-'EELING OF RELIEF.
'I lie I'lleel I'lodlicoit on Ihiglaml by Kus
l.oMM.N. June I. Though K.ul (irau-
lie asseils that the statement made by
iln JiitHii AVim, to the ell'ecl that Kllsshi
1 1. 1 accepted the con titer proiio-a'-of Kng
land concerning the Afgli.ui frontier
question. Is premature, yet the belief H
general Unit the A'. ' i correi t, Il is
thought, however, that "Hula dce'ino t
given treaty and that tlie propo-al loarb'
trale will be abaudnneil. 'flic statoui at
lifll.e xYilii lia prndiiccd 11 feeling nl re
liefthrniighniil l-mrojie, but a slight re
notion from Saturday's advanc hi tho
bourse i expected to oimio to-dav a it
rcult of Lord (iranville' letter
The 7'iwcx.aud Niiii(evtpic n 11 in
lideuce that thepeaiy will bchiiii'i', and
urge thai cloe ,'ittcutitui be cuifin nilly
given to the defense of the luillin fr m
licr. 'I'he new frontier, if ileilnilclv a,'
copied, will prnceed from 11 jiniiu 111 th
llnri-Hud. ju-t north of Cnllikar Pass t
Murghuh. north of Marueliak Thi is
practically the line of delimitation e'uiined
hv M. Lc-sar.vvilh'theeM-ciitionof u light
(llll'eieiieeni Zulllkar. it i stated thai,
the cmicI Afghan ln- at the tight at I'enj
doll wn-J."7 killed, l-'l woiiml il nn I 7'!
mi-sing: sj deserted npenl.v and 1 ' ID
reaelud Herat in ileiaelicd parti'
'1 hi' l.llicriils' Wit Ithiul.ul.
LoMiox. June 1. The statement pub
lishotl in this morning'- Dnihi A'i s over
the signal 11 1'' of Lord 1 Iran vlllcs set r-tary,
to tin- ell'ect that that journal had been
misinformed concerning the slate of the
pence negotiation wiUi ltuia. has fullou
like a wet blanket sin the hopes of the
Liberal. The explanatory editorial nolo
which accompanies Lord (raiiville'.s state
ment lias appaifhtly failed tn appease the
indignation which this olliiial statement
On the other hand, Hit 'furies are
jubilant over what they as-crt is one more
proof of Liberal double-deallmr as well as
additional evidence of the weakness of
Mr. (iladstnnc's foreign pulicv . The open
ing of Parliament on Tfuir-ilav pr anises
to liiing with it 11 Mood of embarrassing
(ilctidiis trniii tlie nppo-ition bciu-lies,
and in tlie absence meanwhile of smoo
thing definite from the Foreign Olllre con
cerning the progrc-s nflho peace pa-oy-ing,
many Liberals fear that the Pi-e nier
vvili cxperieiiee tho utmost dull 1' in
keeping id- supporters in line
. A New Spanish Tie. in
M.v i, Juno 1. Unhid- ' tor
Foster and the Spanish i' ' " nn-
plcted a coiiiliioi'cial tn 'lie
i'liilcd Stales and Spain v unlesj
Cuba. Porto Itlco, the I' m . I 'i ids
and other Spani-h eoloiin
.liiiluincnls .tuitln! Ilic Dlsli-Ii'l
The Court of Claim n-ii.i I b
cisioiis to-day in tlie follow in l,n ,n , ties:
Crawford iV lloll'iiiflii ng.iiu-t l.o Dis
trict. judgment of ?.7,.'!."; Daniel tu
against the District, judgment it $, l,
'I'hoiua Hctz aguiiist tlie Di-im . 15
incut in fuvnr (if Dlstript on 1 -
- Mr. Win. li. Cabell of He .
tide lm L'oiii' to sH'inl a few . ' -
- Mr. unit Mrs. IsIiiiiu lltii'ii- .1
leave mine lime Ibis mouth (: t,
gone two yi-iiis
Mr iiisirgo I'.iineroff andwii.
Wa.-liliiKton for Newport on l'i .1
main until oetohei
- Ilou. slllsini llutcliiiis of 'i.
shlie Leiclsliiture, vvhlcli ninet- on A
clt for Concord yesiorduy.
- Itev llr. Uyron Sundorhuid. wlio ha Just
letiiinid froui the CatskUl, Intends tj spiu.il.
part of Id siunrner vacation (hero.
- K.Polk .IoIiimiii, editor or tin- Lntlsvlllrt
Kmiluu Thiin.U at t bo Klibllt, and has tlw
dlstliii'tlnii of helinu luiutiiekiati who wants
- tioiieriil W C. Whltakornf I.oillsvlll Ky;
Hon L. C. Liithamot NorlliCiuolliui nnd Hon
William Mutuhler (if l',uton. I'a us" at tail
Miss Chivoland and Imr uuest Mis Nelson,
yesterday occupied the Prusldeni s new l)r
Simdorliuid iireueliisl of the Ijiti' ie . jimt ot
H10 ereatloii ol Hie world.
-(leuorid William c. Cliiir.li - ' if trmy
ami Xnu llairUe Is at Hie I'.liPitr f ' a fnw-
ihtys. ( nptiiln lleiiry.luckMiu of Mi.inttv (la,
is also 11 -mot at Hie I'.hhltt
At asoelid guttieiliiK lit Hi" riMihmrn of
A F.Sinin on suturdiiy ovoiiiiiij. Sir ,1 Wirt
Hall, who lias Just returned from an oxtendpJ.
lour 111 IlieWe-t witli tin llnse Kyllngi' com
lUUIV. Ill lied Willi crwlll sevel'llt solc'tlOII.S,
und' MUs 1,11111 nulla, who left to day for hor
li(. me in Ni.illiCiiiolin.i. eluiriueil hei tlsU'UVM
With some Hue plttllo solos.
Mr. and Mis David Lovell lllspl'i'a Wllrt
vvoie iiiuri'led lust mouth hi l'hll.li-tnliln lis
sailed lor Kuiope 'r unestimde 1 1 mr on
t out incut, OMvoctlnit logo a Uu eit as si
t'otorsburg In llio iinl'lli unit C'liistftiitlii'sidcln
lb.- houtl. Mrs, lINliham. vlu WA Ms
Curoliiie Itus-elLdituglitorof tl.i la tco- x
IhailcsS liiisscll, V s Army, yuv- ft vfOltVC
hviw Mvw :v- "iv vvi'rtt mwu