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The 'WksHiNGTON Critic.
,Sf 17TH TEA TB--NO. 5,251.
WASHINGTON, D. Cm MONDAY EVENING, J CJKE 8, 1885.
PHIOE TWO CENTS
MUG-ED BY JffiE.
ABOUT $4,000 WORTH
Ladies' Cotton and Cambric?
Which will bo Sold
Regardless of Cost.
Thco goods nro only slightly soiled, and
w 111 sell AM. (good nnd bail) AT AND IIBLOW
COSTtotloso tlio cntlro stock out, compris
es Night Dresses, Drawers, Chemises,
Corset Covers (high and low neck),
Skirts, Combination Suits,
Bridal Trousseau and
r R. K. TAYLOR,
lip 933 Ponna. Avonuo.
f Millinery Camp.
THE KINO OP
HAS DECLARED WAR.
No quarter given or askod. Tlio com
mand baa ffono forth to march on
i ward to tho slaughter.
Hats and Bonnets
For Ladles, Misses and Children,
Of every description, to bo slaughtered.
Flowers, Tips, PIume3, Velvets and
Will shnro tho samo fate.
Sf Laces, Gloves, Jerseys. Corsets
Laco Gaps and Parasols
Aro also lucltidod. Tlio King lias decrcort to
closo tho cutlro stock of
$60,000 WORTH ofMILLINERY
All New, Desirable and Stylish Goods.
Every dollar's worth 1ms got to go, Call and
couyltico yoiirsolfof tlio Inducements hold out.
NowIb youy chance Don't miss tUla oppot tunlty
to save your mouoy.
. KING'S PALAOB
814 Seventh Stroof.
Woodward & Lothrop.
On tlio prlnclplo that ovcry plceo of
goods bought should pay some profit,
wo novcr would mako a salo of surplus
stock goods, or havo a murk-down salo.
Hut that Is not our prlnclplo.
Our prlnclplo Is to sell our goods at a
rnOFIT If possible; at a LOSS If nccos
sary, MAKING KAOII SEASON'S UUSI
I'AY ITS OWN I.OSSKS.
With our excellent distributing ca
pacities, wo nro enabled to mako Judi
cious purchases of vnrlous fabrics,
nnd obtain an ndvantago In price,
which, under other clrcumstancos, wo
would bo tinablo to do.
This buying In largo quantities
coupled with tho backwardness of tho
season, Is tho solo causo of those ex
traordinary Surplus Stock He luctlous,
Inaugurated by us during tho past three
Another Surplus Stock Re
duction Silk Grenadines
Notwithstanding that it is yet
early for these goods, we
prefer to place their sale be
yond a doubt by making the
following extraordinary re
ductions. We have too
many, and they MUST GO :
1 lino of 22-lncli Black Velvet Strlpa f 't
Surplus Mock prlto Sl.OU ,
1 lino of Q!Mncli Illack Velvet Slilpo Silk
Grenadine, extra quality.
Regular pileo $1.75
Sin plus Stock orlco 31.-"
Tl.cso nro paitlculaily dclrnblo for over
dresses, barque1, etc, for summer wear, and
will bo much worn tho coming season.
Surplus Ginghams We
have as many as seventeen
clerks engaged at one time
in cutting up the 8 and i24c.
.Customers will remember
that this is exactly HALF
their regular prices, and not
withstanding the quantity we
bought there is no telling how
soon they may be disposed
Elegant styles in Checks,
Plaids, Stripes, Plains, Blocks,
lfioqtinllty for 80.
i!."ie (,urllty for l'Jfcjc.
(Second lloor : take the elevator.)
Surplus Laces We cite
the following incident, which
transpired Saturday :
A lady, attracted by tho throng of
purchasers at tho Laco Department.
nkcd 0110 of tho clc"ks If wo wcio go
ing to sell tho Iacos Just ns cheap on
Monday, or was this tho last day. Tho
clcikicpllcd, "Yes, msdam; thoprlco
remains tho same until tho last yard Is
disposed of." Wotako this opportu
tunltv to state that when wo rcJuco
tho prlco of any lino of goods tho price
remains tho satno until sold. Wo novor
icduco tho price for a day or n week
und then ndvnnco It again.
To-day we make the fol
lowing additional Surplus
Stock reductions :
1 Surplus lot of White Margucrlto Laco, :)HS
Inc'. cs wide.
llegutar 1'ileo 2o
bin plus Slock prlco lfio
1 Surplus lot of WhltJ Maig.tor.to Iicei, 1
Itcgulnr price UiMio
burplus stock mice '2'u
1 but plus lot of Mlrecourt Laces, 3 Inches
v'do. . .
Regular price la
Sm plus btock pi Ito too
1 burplus lot of Mltccouit Lueos, X Inches
bm plus Stock mlco l'JHio
1 Surplus lot of White Antique Lacos, 1
licgular pi Ico...i 2,,e
burplus btock prlco l'Jo
(Second lloor ; take tho elevator.)
Turkish Towels 70 cloz.
elegant 20x45 Fancy Turk
ish Bath Towels, in three
grades, 25, 29 and 37j4c.
18 In. Vino 1'lnld Linen Glass Toweling, too
0' " " " Ho
11 " " l'JHJo
ojj ,, t, 1. u ti it o5u
Slip Damask For restau
rant and hotel use, for tables,
sideboard covers, tray cloths,
10 In. Slip Linen Damask....
0 it .1
"Fedora" Dress Shields
This is a pure Rubber Seam
less Shield, in four sizes,
which we warrant to be ab
solutely "perspiration proof,"
and will refund the price paid
for any not entirely as repre
sented. Whalebones These goods
we buy direct from the man
ufacturers, who work it from
the raw material, and guar
antee every bone to be ab
solutely PURE and unbreak
able. Two sizes, 30 and 36
inches, only 10 and 12c. each.
Note Mail orders from
all parts of the United States
will receive the same care
and attention as can be se
cured in person.
WOODWARD & LOTipP,
Boston Dry Goods House,
one pbiob ojsrxrsr,
021 Pa. Avo. 912 D Street.
OFFICIAL AND UNOFFICIAL IN ANI)
AltOUT Till: DKl'AKTMHNTS.
Marshals nml Attnrnnys Appointed T
lay i:lltor und Philanthropists ul
tlio AVIilto IIiiuso (lonor:l Kosocmtis
(itiulllles lis KcglMor of till) Treasury.
The Piesldcnt made the following ap
Postmasters K. I Rutherford, Chirks
vllle. Tex., vice H. S. Sanderson; M. V.
Dogpclt, 'iiicoln, 111., vlco II. R. In
grnhnm: 0. II. Adnmo, Allegan, SIIcli.,
vice (5. II. Stone: W. II. IJciinctt, Long
lirnncli, N. J., vice Mnttlnns Wooblcy: 11,
V. I.nnllinln, I,ogansiort, Ind,, vlco K. X.
Tnlbottj J. V. Ward. Cherokee, Iown.j'lce
R. M. Smith: R. V. Ross, Cobden, Il Lvoe
Ii.T. Linncll: K. W. Collls, Martins'?, .e,
Ind., Vlco .1.0. Ualn. All of tlio above
except the Inst two men superseded by
these appointments had resigned. The
nostolllcc nt Cobden has Just becomo
Presidential) nnd the postmaster nt Mar
tinsville was suspended for cause.
United States attorneys John Cntlett
Gibson, eastern district of Virginia; Ous
tnvus van Hoorbeka, foutlicrn iltstrict of
Illinois; A. C. Cnnipbcll, Wyoming Terri
tory. Internal Revenue Collector W. II.
Yatboroueli. Fourth North Carolina Dis
An Onlcr Ili-Mrliiilrd.
The order of Secretary Lamar, prohibit
ing the Appointment Division from giv
ing Information to members of the press,
lias been rescinded.
flriiri'iil T.ofinu nt llir Wlillo Hume
General Logan railed nt the Wluic
IIou'o today to pay his respects to tlio
Ptc ident nnd was received in the library.
He remained only n few moments.
Ui'iirriil ItoHccrmiH Itmillllr.
Geueinl Roiecrnns qualified to-day ns
Register of the Treasury nnd entered upon
the discharge of Ills duties. Ho received n
large number of congratulatory calls,
cauls, ilowers, etc.
tF" (Ftlllot-H nml l'lilliiiitliroiil).
'J lie President received tlio lown editors
in tho ICast loom nt 1 o'clock to-day und
tlicic was n cordial hand-shaking all
mound. During tills lcccption Miss Clo
land was receiving tho female delegates t
the Charity and Corrections Confluence in
the llluo loom.
Tlic PrrHiili-nl'n Gullci'i.
ThcPicsidcnl's callers to-day included
Senators Call, IlcPlicrson, Harris, Van
Wyck, Senator-elect Logan, Representa
tives AVard, Warner, C.ibell, Lallbon,
Kleiner, La Fey re, Hill, White, Sowden,
Daniel, Woitlilngton, Jtorrison, Ilcrbeit
nnd Dougherty, ex-Govcinor Drew of
Florida, and Ihigadler-Gcncral Stanley.
Tlio Clnrlc IuvckIIbiiIIiiii.
In the Investigation of Aichltect Clatk
to day, Thomas It. lhitwlsle, Rulldlng In
spector of the District of Columbia, was
tho only witness examined up to 2:."0
o'clock, and corroborated the testimony of
Geneial Meigs, Colonel Davis, Architect
Walter and Mr. P. II. McLaughlin us to
the good character of the material and
work at the Capital.
Ciimllilnti'M for Piihllp 1'ilii'r.
Tliciearo numerous gentlemen ready
to step into Mr. Rounds' shoes whenever
he is asked to retire. Among them aro II.
I). Mclntyre, secretary or Uio National
Jockey Club; cx-Rcproscntatlvc Rogers of
Rutlafo, State Printer Burr of Virginia,
Mr. Rut ton of Lynchburg, Messrs. Stoll
nndSclilcvonndiana. Victor Haughniau
and F. P. Wclmerof Maryland, nnd Mr.
Oyster of Pennsylvania.
A .'oo,l Ai'ixiliiliiiciit.
Among tho younger Democrats who
have had their claims recognized by tho
Administration within the past twenty
four limits is Mr. Hugh J. Wallace of Salt
Lake, who has been appointed receiver of
the Land olllco at that place. Mr. Wiilluco
is n native of Lexington, Mo., froin'whero
he went to Utnli soveralycarsngo. Ho was
nn active Territorial representative at
Chicago. Ho came hcrostronglv Indorsed
for the United States maishalsliipof Utah.
Among his hackers were many leading
Senators and Representatives, and tho
(election is regarded as n most excellent
At i ronsiiltntlon with Secielniv Lamar
on S11 uilay the President is said to have
decided upon the following appointment i:
Robeit Taylor, to bo Pension Agent nt
jxville, Tenn., vico N. II. Gibson,
niers; Abiaham Hall at Milburn City,
M. T.; John K. Uudd at Stockton, Cal.. W.
R. Kdgaratlronton, Mo.; Hugh C. Wal
lace at Salt Lake City, Utah, und Gorge
W. Winner, to be leglstcr of the land of
fice at Tincy, Minn.
C'omiiiuiHli'i' lni-U' Deulli.
Tlio Navy Department is informed of
tho death of Commander Lewis Clmlc at
Key AVest where ho was in command of
thoAllianco which arrived nt thnt port
yestciday from Aspinwall. The renriins
navo been embalmed and will bo brought
North on that vessel. His death resulted
from Rright's disease, the last attack hav
ing oecuned while ho was on duty at As
pinwall. Commander Clark was a nutivo
of Connecticut, and had seen twenty-four
vcois of service. His death wilt promote
Lieutenant-Commander John Schouler.
now on tho Lancaster, and Lieutenant
John Rich, on duty on the Alliance.
Minor nml INuxomil.
The Postmaster-General to-day appoint
ed n'Mclecnpostniastersof tho fourth class.
James A. Norton of Ohio will qualify at
once as n special Treasury agent.
Tho Tieasury examining commission
held a long session to-day considering tlio
nflhlrsof tlio Supervising Archltect'sodlco.
J. T. Rlrclinul of Miclilgan, W. K.
Rnt'er, J. O. Speny nnd C. P. Jacobs havo
resigned their positions in the Interior
A. C. Phillips nnd A. O. Marsh, recelv
cis of public money at Harrison, Ark.,
and Vancouver, Wash. T respectively,
Mr. Samuel llrooks, nn applicant for
tho position of assistant treasurer nt S.m
Fianclsco, hnsa letter of recumuieudatlou
liom Jell'ersou Davis.
United L.ates marshals: K. M. lloykin,
district of South Caiollna: Robsit S.
Keller, Montana; Thomas J. Carr, Wyom
ing; ltomulo Mai liner, Now Mexico.
The following promotions in t 10 Gen
eral Land Olllco wcio made to-day: J. S.
Jones, Tennessee, fiom class 1 to class L';
Miss Libbio K. Gayton, fiom $1,000 to
John W. Nelms, the now Marshal for
Noilliein Georgia, Is at present kcoporof
tho State iienltentiary, and lias hail sev
eral years' experience calculated to lit him
for his now duties,
Secietarv Planning has decided, ns In' -mated
on Satuiday, that tho sealing aul
hopuiuling of United Stales notes slioii'd
bo done in the Treasury building and
under tho dliect supervision of tho Trcas
hut. The National nnd Stato hanks oro show
ing a disposition to assist tlio Treasury hi
getting minor silver coin Into clieulafion,
and oilers aio almost dally iceelyed from
linnKs to tako n specified sum weekly In
Colonel W.U.Craig of St. Louis, appli
cant for nniuspectoisliip In the deprodi
(lt;t division of the Poslolllce, who wni
suspeiHieu. iteceiveis at J.anu unices: i'.
K. Wiser at Tracy, Minn.; O. C.
Hals nt Lacrosse, Wis.: Josoph Hill
nt Iicntricc. Neb., vice William H. Som-
nllcged to have made nn unpatriotic
declaration regarding Decoration day, has
been ordered to report on tlio 17th for ex
amination. Tho Treasury Department Is Informed
that Atif doni 'Orte, the New Orleans de
faulting redemption clerk, has been seen
Tlio appropriations for work in tlio pub
lic parks for tho current fiscal year aro al
most exhausted and no unnecessary work
Is being done. Arrangements aro being
mado for commencing Immediately after
July 1 tho work authorized In the new ap
Messrs. Kllbourn nnd Joy nnd Mrs. Cobb
lin'vo been notified that their services nt
the Rureau of Kngraving and Printing
will not bo required after July I. Tho
places thus vacated nro special positions
created for these persons and will not bo
The Public Printer reports that part
first, volume twelve, of Hie "Rebo',ion
Recoid" Is nearly completed and will bo
ready for delivery by the 11 rat of July. It
Is extremely doubtful whether this genera
tion will sec the completed set of this
work. Tlio whole of It will make about
one bundled volumes of live bundled
pages each, In all probability overrunning
even this estimate.
Secretary Whitney, In response to nn
inquiry as to whelher'the musicians em
ployed on tho trulning-shlp New Hamp
shire can accept employment at the Now
pott casino, has wntten u letter slatinc
that Government bands or musicians will
not hciicrnilttc' -i compete with private
Individuals er ved in the same ca
pacity in any i wlicrc their Govern
ment employment and salary will give
them nn advnnl.?geoverothercompctltors.
On the other hand, the pay of musicians
In the navy is based upon tho supposition
that they are nlso to linvo outside engage
ments, nun wnercvcruiey rciy upon su
perior merits ns musicians or fair competi
tion, unaffected by their Government pay,
tlieie is no objection to such employment.
DR. WALES EXONERATED.
i:x-Chluf Clerk Ciirilgun i:plulns
About tlio Vouchers.
Ill the Wales Court-Mai tial to-day
Daniel Carrigan, the cx-chlef clerk of the
Surgeon-General's olllco, concluded his
testimony, and the rest of the session was
occupied In reading over his testimony.
In his examination Carrigan explained
that he obtained extra blank vouchers
with Sutgeon-Gcneial Wales' signature by
taking a genuine copy of a vouchor and
by folding it back over n blank, nnd these
blanks weioulilied in making up the
fiaudiilcnt vouchers. Later Jud-o-Advo-cate
Lenily piocccded to the specifications
against Dr. Wales, and passing each set
ot fraudulent vouchcr3 to Carrigan, who
answereu as ioiiows in ntniosr every case,
the example here given being in tlio case
of ouo of Ctinimings' bills:
Judge-Advocate "What do you know
Carrigan "That is a ftaudulent ac
count." J.-A. "To what extent?"
C "To the full amount specified
J.-A. "How do you know?"
C "I know the bill, and recognize tho
folds I made."
J.-A. "Is theto anything particular
about that bill?'
C "Yes; these vouchers weic filled out
in lull hefoic being signed."
J.-A. "How did that happen?"
C "I didn't happen to Im veitny signed
blanks that dry nnd Ave needed cash."
J.-A. "Who wcio.'Wo?' "
C (smiling) "Oh I Kirkwood, Cum
liiings and myself."
J.-A. "You knew at the time that the
bill was fraudulent?"
C. "Oh. ves- certainly."
J.-A. "Did Dr. Wales know of this?"
C "Not tit all."
Tim r.ugun Sill lit o.
A salute in honor of General Logan wa
filed to-day. It was it saluto of luJguus,
that being tho number of votes that wcio
necessaiy to ic-elcct him. Captain Cun
ningham Hied the salute. Ho could not
get pci mission from the District authori
ties to file moic than 21 guns in the city
limits. Hut last Saturday General
Whitaker telegraphed to Governor Came
ion of Vitginla, asking permission to flro
the saluto in that State. Thoiequest was
granted. So Hiisnioinlng nt 8:30 Captain
Cunningham commenced work nt tho
other end of tho Long Uridge. Hothcd
82 rounds theie. He then went to the
White Lot anil flied the remaining 21
guns, which mado the total 103. The gun
with which the salute was tired is a
twelve-pounder. Theicwas a good dc'
of dllllculty in securing it. Captain Cii"
ft!ttn.l.i.ih. i aI fittti 4i llnlllitiAwn lilll- mi t I
llllllltllll liiaiwuui iu iimmiiuii, imbiuu t
not find what ho wanted. He then went
to Philadelphia, where ho succeeded in
fAjilitn ilin ilnn C?fXii-h rtiltilll im ftilllfltj
iriuiiK iiiu jutwu. tjuiiiu minium nivimi
ii Cincinnati navo mhuuiiumu uunnin.
ham a couple of kegs of beer. It Is being
placed wheto it will do the most good.
Afior Twenty Yearn.
Mr. and Mis. General H. W. Whitaker
celebiatul tho twentieth anniversary of
their wedding at their residence, on M
street, last evening. The genial General
and his happy wile wcio kindly reniem
beied by their ninny-friends, who called
during tho evening and congratulated
thcuion their safe voyago "so far" ovcrtho
troubled sea of matrimony and expressed
wishes for inaiiv haimvrcturnsof tliodav.
The piesents wero lio.h numerous and
handsome. Tho General 14 always suc
cessfulin peace as in wnr.
Seigcunt Guiiipboll .Sluicing.
Sergeant Campbell, Third Artillery,
who phot himself early last Friday morn
ing, wos still alivo at 3 o'clock this after
noon, but is slowly sinking and will not
piobably live until morning,
Tho Commencement Season.
The High School commencement will
toko place to-moriow morning at 10
Tho commencement of the Columbian
University Law School will bo held to
nioi iov afternoon, at 1 o'clock, at Al
baugh's Grand Opera-Houso.
Tho eleventh annual commencement of
tho Washington Collcgiato Instltttto will
tako place on Friday oveningat the Chinch
of Our Father, Thfitceiith and L streets
Tho distribution of premiums of tho
Academy ot'the Visitation will take phico
on Friday morning, at 10 o'clock, at tho
Commissioner West is expected to make
nn address to the graduates at the High
School commencement to-morrow morn
ing and will confer the dcplomas.
Tho Hist commencement of tho Wash
ington School of Elocution took place
Saturday ovening last at tho residence of
Piofessor Cleveland Abbe. Theexercl i
wero opened with prayer by Dr. II. M.
Naylor. alter which tho audience was
enteitaincd by leadings by members of
tho ginduatiug class. Tho principal, Mrs.
M. Stevens Halt, set foith tho woik and
aim oftho institution In u few brief and
pcitiucnt icumrks. General John K.iton
then conferred diplomas on the following
ladles: Mrs. N. K. llradfoid. M. Kllu Mor
gan, Mary Alice GiolV, Nollio K. L. Mc
Lean, Lizzo K, Prathcr and Koto A. R.iwl
ings, and Dr. Gregory delivered an ad
diess, Attlnu A. buks & Co.'s teniovnl salo.
Cluiigeil With Stealing Tickets.
Hugh O'Neal, formerly a conductor on
tho llaltltuoio it Pototuao Railio.nl Com
pany, was placed nt tho bar of tho Crimi
nal Couit to-day to answer tho ohargoof
Oiiibczzllng railroad tickets from tlio com
pany in Nuvotnbor, lS3:t.
Attend a, f?aks& Co.'s t quid vl salo.
OUR TRESS GALLERY.
Till: AVin.T.-KNOWN COKUIISI'ONI)-
A I.ptlor-AVrltnr of Peculiarly Oruplilo
prd Tutorial nlti fit yI,W'lio0 Washing
(on Hnsslp About ntoti nml Thlngsj In
Wldoly ltciul unit Ountod.
Frank O. Carpenter, tho Washington
correspondent of the Cleveland l,twlcv,
was born In 18.W at Mansfield, Ohio, from
which place another great man Senator
thermon also bolls. Ills father Is n
lawyer mid banker. Mr. Carpenter grad
unfed ft o m tho Wooster (Ohio) University
in Jf'i". Ho published on tlio day of hlu
Krmhiatlou n paper giving an account of
the graduating exorcises, and from Its one
issue he made !287. This, the llrst week
FRANK O. CARrnXTHI!.
of his newspaper work, was tho mot
profitable one in his eatly journalistic
career. After graduation ho studied law
for a year, and in 1878 became connected
with the Cleveland Leader, serving as its
Columbus correspondent until tho cam
paign of 18S0. At the same timo hu was
also connected with tho Cincinnati Whim
and Fred Hassaurek's paper, the Cincin
During the campaign of 18 Mr. Car
penter overworked himself, and was some
what hiokcu down in health during t'f
two following years. Tho latter year uj
his Illness ho spent In Kuiope and'Rgvp..
He came to this city in November, 18S2,
nnd ids work has since been principally
for the Leader, as he writes only an occa
slonal letter for other papeis. Tho Leader
restiicls him to little oittsalo woik.
Mr. Carpenter's forto is letter writing,
and he does but very little telegraphic
service. His letteis ore graphic, unci al
ways contain now and interesting mailer.
Ho could not wrilo n dull sciecd if ho
should try. His correspondence is as
w idely quoted as any mutter that goei out
of this city. Ho signs himseir "Cup."
He is not a robust man but rather lo the
contiatv. He is tall and spare, but his
face indicates great strength of mind and
much intelligence. Our ailist lias given
a very good picluio of hint. It is not as
emphatic, however, as could ho wished.
This was unavoidable. Our color artist is
now at tho springs. It was therefore
im ossiblo to give to Mr. Carpenter's hn'r
that brilliant hue that Titian loved to
District Government News.
Cit.:fliNo an A t.i.i:y. T Coniiniss'o'i
cis have changed tho alle ,uy in bar, j
Physician to tiii: Pooi:. Dr. J. G. Tay-lo-
has applied for tin appointment as
Inysician to tho P ior.
Mor.n w.vn:n. The Commissioners have
oidetcd tboeiccliou of a public hyd tut
on Psticet, between Nottlt Capitol and T
RuiniiNO iMrr.ovr.MKSTH. Permits to
build havo been granted to John T, Sulli
van to etcct two dwelling-houses earner or
Third and F sticets, nt a cost of 7,000;
Pettit it Dripps, ciect threo dwellings on
Thlilccuth sticct, between S and T stieets,
$8,100; John T.Sullivan, erect one dwell
ing corner of Thiul nml F streets, $J,O00;
G, Wheeler, eicot a dwelling on Second,
between K and F streets, $1,000.
Hepiescntntlvo Snyder of West Virginia ii
In thu city.
Patrick Wal'li of tho Augusta Ufironlele
Colonel J. II. Estill of tho Savannah l.i.)
A'eiro Is nt the loiroiolltnu.
JudgoM. V. fJrecn and Jtutgo I.. V.
James of Illinois aro at tho National.
tl. G. Kimball, N.Y., manager of the New
England Associated I'ress, Is In tho city.
Ueurescntntlvcs Ocoiko D. Wlso ami C. V.
Ttlggof Virginia aro at the Metropolitan.
Mrs, Manning has iotiiinedtothoelt.v.n,ia
with her husband, jesterilny nttcnileil j:. i
any Chin ih.
Secrctaty Hnrnid'x ilniiKhters aront tholr
lllchlnnil terrneuliiimo In this elty nnd roeelvo
Infoi mnlly on Wcilnesilny.
Mr, anil Mis. I'rank Itlccs wl'l loavo tho
lotterpnrt of this month for thaflteenliiler
White Sulphur springs, w. Vu where thoy
will spenil July anil August.
Daniel Moote, Diooklyns J. W. Smlthev,
PMInilelpliln; I.. I). Little, Ilitltimmo; (1. II.
Mll'cr. l'hllnclelpliln: nml fl. W. Iiitchellcr,
Lock llucn, l'.i-. nro at tlio National.
Mr. nml Mrs. 1'iancls Ailnms of Iloston,
now residing In Washington, lo.tvo next w.uk
fo.- tho OUl Sweet bptmjs. Vn. They will bo
nceomp.iiilcil by Mli-s Itcboccn Doil'iu.
Colonel anil Mrs, Hock well, f tor at tuiul
Ingtltugiiiihinttimoxcitlses atWIlllim mwn,
wliii o their son Houalil nml tlu (lui'ilel I Ii vs
graduate, will go to Voik Harbor, Mo., fo.- the
Miss Tllllo rielhiKhtiysen loft for her homo
iitTienton, N. J., this moriilnir. she was nc
conn nnled to tho Hull Imoi a .fc Potomac Station
by her sister. Mis. John Davis, ami tho wife of
tliu Austrian Minister.
Opeia parties wero given nearly ovcry
evening last week at Albatigh's, and soveial
will oeeiirtiiis wvok. .miss i ayiiru, .miss ne v
inauii", MUs Ludleott and Mlis Itookwell wcio
among tho to ispletioiisp.utlelp.ints.
11. Pha'b.'s, proprietor Ilyguhi Hotel, Old
Point Comfor.t lion, J. .1. Coopor, Plilln.: A.
W. Porter, Phlla.; Altelhi Cox, Ky.i Hon
Kppa Iluntoii, Va.: Prank W. Ilowdeu, Ala
biima; Hon. Al- llnuner, Phlla.. nro at tho
Miss Cleveland, Miss Nelson, Mrs. Me
MIcIiroI, Miss Campbell, Mrs. MiX'iilloeh,
MndiimoiloStiiue, lrs. Ltmoiit, Miss Molllo
Vilas anil Mr. (Inner of tho ltussl.iii Legation
founedpnitof fie lit lo group on tlio south
balcony of tho White House dining tlio open
air concert by thu Murine Hand.
MUs Clevolanil and Miss Nelson nttonilod
dhlno scnlco tit Dr. suiulerlaiul's chinch
yosteiday, nml In tho afternoon tho Prosldont,
lilssliiicr nnd somu friends sat on thu south
poitleo ot tho Whlto Hoitso Overlooking tho
lawn. Tlio Ptesideut took a walk on tho Avo
nuo Into In tho day, lotuinlnglu a Htroet-cttr.
Attemj A, Balis, li Co,', KiaoynUalo,
THE CHICAGO ELECTION FRAUDS.
Gllmoro Coufossen Himself a I'urjiirot
niacltliu tlioOiillty One.
Chicago, June 8. Charles Gllmoro, who
has been lying In tlio county jasl since
February 10, under a cltnrgo of pcrjtay in
tho Macklm election frauds case, has at
Inst confessed that lie perjured himself,
and lias mado aflldtivlt to the fact.
The substance of the allldavit Is that lie
was employed to go to the Second Pre
cinct ol the Kightcenth Ward anil look for
a professional engraver wlto worked there,
nml bring ltlin to the Palmer House.
Ho found him, but after communicat
ing to him Mnckln's message tho engraver
rcl'ttcd to havo anything lo do with coun
terfeiting tlio tickets. Gilmore says that
the evidence given by mo was fnlso In
every pnitlcttlnr. nnd Maeklu mauufac
lined the whole thing."
Tim ninxlenii National Hallway.
liMtrno, Tr.x., Juno 8. It Is learned
hero from olllclals connected wll'i the
Mexican National Railway that President
Palmer, ns tho result of his recent trip to
tho City of Mexico and along the Hue of
the Mexican National, has finally formu
lated ii feasible plan forohtnlulngsulllclcut
money to complete the gicat road and
save its valuable fianchiscs from for
feiture. His plan Is to gel the consent of
Uiu fltst morfgagohondholdcrsfor thu issu
ance of u new loan or$IO,000,000.
A l'laiiot DIsciiiukmI.
Hoston, Muss., June 8. A cable mes
sage was received last evening nt liar
vitid College Observatory Iroin Dr.
Krtteger Kiel, announcing the dlsrpvery
of a planet by Dr. Palissn at Vienna.
Two positions nro given ns follows: Juno
5, 0,'J.VJ days, Greenwich meantime, right
ascension, 10 Ii. 10 in. 30.1s; declination
south, 10. 52, .'Vl. Juno fl, il,803 days,
Gteenwieli meantime, right ascension, HI
Ii. 15 in. 10.1s; declination south, 10 de
grees, 18 minutes, ,js seconds. The planet
is of the 12th magnitude.
Tho Apaches' Victims.
To.miistom", Aut, June 8. Threo
American miners, Fred Huntington. Peter
McC'tiithi and Pelcr Palmer, wero killed
by the Apaches nt their miiio on May 27.
'i he bodies of McCtti tin nnd Palmer were
found on the dump-box shot through (ho
head and their skulls critslic L HitutMig
ton's body was found nt the bottom of the
shnlt. Two other men, who o names aro
unknown, weio killed by the Apaches on
the Opcto trail nbout a week previous.
After llonlclcccpor Nuylnr'n Place.
Colonel I). II. Nnylor, bookkeeper In
the House folding-room, has gono to M
souil. Ho leccivcd his uppoiutii' I
thiough ex-Representative llroadhc1 to
iiillucucc, whose successor, Representative
Glover, wants Naylor llred. Tlio hitter,
when a State Senator, failed to vote for
Mr. Glovct's father who was contesting
for the United States Senate against George
CmcAtio, Juno 8. The Central Labi'
Union had u picnic at Oggen's G -i a
yestciday. in the procession to ( n
grounds theie weic numerous lu iuer ' i
tciibcd with such moltocs as "I)j i i, i
the thione, the altar and the money-bags.'
Twenty-two led flags and one solitary
American flag weio carried. At the grove
socialistic speeches were made.
A Now Kallraail.
Nr.w Youk, Juno 8. Kngiiicers arc lobe
placed in the Held this week to restirvey a
lino of railroad from the Slate lino of
Connecticut, crossing the Hudson River
nt Storm King, nnd uniting the south
western system of roads, and fho coal
'Olds with those of (lie No- '' 'I ind
f .ales to bo known as the New ICiigland it
Kxpluslou on an lhiRllsh .llnultur.
Powmoutii, K.vo., Juno 8. A terrible
exp'o- ion occurred this morning on hoard
Her Mnjo-ty's ironclad monitor Inflexi
ble, lying in the harbor heic. Gas had
generated in one of tho coal-bunkcisniid,
becoming ignited, exploded Willi terrible
foicc, badly damaging the vessel and in
juring twelve persons, some of them, It is
Sunday Knees in Ch'cagn.
Chicago, Juno 8. A scr.es of Sunday
hippodro'iio exhib'tlons was begun at thu
Chicago Driving Park yesl-iday. A
number of west sldu churches sento
committees to rcpoit on the perforiirai'
f d last night a second meeting was h ',
1 1 w hicli nnaii'joinent wero made to 1 1 o
liual steps to tlop Sunday races.
Wall .Street (fossil).
Nkw Youk, June 8. Money 1J per cent.
K: c'tni'30 steady. Governments stron -r
'icncy (Is, 1271 bid; Is, coupon, 1223 b'J,
V do., 112 bid. Tlio stock market openc I
iL ', and dining the llrst half hour of
nusiness, on some selling ol Lackawanna,
pi ices declined I to 1 per cent.
Naval Cadets at Sua.
A.nnai'oi.is, Mi)., June 8. Ono hiiinli- I
and filty naval cadets embarked til's
morning on tlio ptactice-shlp Conslolla
lion, wliieh sa'ls in a few days. The
second class will bo the only class to iu
main at tho academy during the summer.
The headquattcrs for the cruise will be
Poitsmouth, N. H.
A rhchiiK Caught.
CiticAcio, Im... Juno 8. Oliver Peterson,
a Swede, was discovetcd last night iu tho
tear of u burning building, having en
dcavoted to conceal himself. Ho w.vi
arrested on suspicion of having fired tlu
building. It is thought that he was con
cerned In another Iho which occurred re
Tho CtiUiihlgu l.lliol Suit.
Lonpon, June 8. It is now stated that
Mr. Adams, tho libelant iu tho case of
Adams vsMoridgo, in which ho sues to
recover daiiTr.tes for alleged slander, has
agreed not to ask for judgment unless tho
tonipiomisc negotiations new going on
A Cashier Short.
Chic mio, Juno 8. It was recently ills
eoveicd that C. C. Crandall of Alton, III.,
liaiiigchargoof the frelMit ace i r.s of
tho Chicago it Alton Railroad, was short
in his accounts $1,000. He was brought
heic last night.
An Alarming Situation.
Paiikkusiiuiki, V Juno 8. Tlio situa
tion in JacksoiiCounty isbecomin alarni
rg. Huudicds of families aro on tho
vcigo of starvation and unlessaid I peed
ilv teeeived, disastrous results may he ox
pecled. Seeio Hall Stoini.
Mn.wAi'KKi:, Juno 8. A severe hail and
wind storm prevailed List night throiiih-
out AVisconsin and Kastcrn Minnesota.
Hailstones of enormous slo fell, and great
lutnuie us iiunu tti uiuj'?.
CiuiAOo, Juno 8. J5y the upsetting of a tow
bout ji'steiilny afteriiouii In tho nrtlflolal l.ika
In tho South PiitK, Louis l.nmoimeiiut, w,i I
,i i i. ceu, und John C'l.uis, aged 1,,-oa.y-oiiJ,
wire ihow nisi.
l'.,lk,.,it,,i- l.v Wlii.liwi.l,,.
Ciivttamwia, 'I'tNS., JiinuS. A uecro coik
111 the employ of It, II, llurnei- of Wlloux
County, Ala., polsoueJ tlio emlio family m
butuidiiy by putting nrsonlo In tho cofleo pot,
Iho Statuo of Muses.
Pirn ADiiviiiA, Juno 8. Tho Park Committee
on Plans nnd Imptovcmonts havuii 'cepto t tho
htntuoof Moses, which U to bo placed at tho
Illy pond Iu lloitlealtiualllall.
Archbishop Knurgot Dying.
UnNTiiKAi., Juno 8, Archbishop, llourgot Is
dying, und lllshop Pinto a Imlnlstered mg las.t
GOOD WILL TO MS.
Till: NATIONAL CONFF.UHNOi: Of
UIIAKITICS ANI) COUUHOTION.
TMs Morning' Proceed I urs-An Inter
c (fug Paper by Or. V, W. Gtiilillng on
Itlo Itccngiiltlnii or Olnsaos In tlioCon
MiiKllniior Asylum for tho limine.
The National ConrcrciiccofCharitlci and
Corrections convened In business session
on the fourth day of tho convention this
morning at 0:30 o'clock. Tlio attendance
was not so largo as last week. The dele
gates looked much refreshed by their rest
of yesterday. Tho session was opened
with prayer by Rabbi L. Stern, after which
the reports from Vermont, 'Irginla, West
Virginia and Wisconsin were read.
Dr. John 11. Chapin or Philadelphia,
chalrnuiu oftlioCommlltee on the Care of
Insane, announced the papers lo be road,
and then read himself u very Interesting
paper on "Provisions forlnsnic." A let
ter was read from Miss Cleveland stating
that she would attend the meeting of thu
convention ono day this week as a listener
and a learner.
Dr. W. AV. Godding or the Government
Hospital for the Insane read an interest
ing paper on "The Recognition of Classes
of the Insane In Asylum Construction."
"1 hose to whom the Stale confide) tho
construction of its homes for dependent
classes, notably those for the insane, Iuvd
constant need to respect the prayer, 'Lead
us not into temptation.'" llu imvo tin?
distinction of temptation In tvo opposito
directions. On the ono hand of Stute
pride to build something to eclipse nil Its
neighbors lnnrchltcctuie, lo sacrifice com
fort to some nicdltoval renaissance and of
ostentation to loso sight in grand parlors,
aulted ceilings and vast spaces of all
which betokens homes halls which so
oppiess by their stafellness that onoceases
to wonder that Marcus Attrellits said.
"Kven in u palace lifo may bo led well."
"On the oilier hand there Is a tempta
tion born oftho reaction from pnlnco pro
visions lo see at how low a per capita cost
accommodations can be constructed until
there is danger that laudable economy
may degenerate into a narrow parsimony,
tho State setting the oxnmple in scant llb
crality of accommodation, only to hoearly
otifsliipped In the race of penuiiousnes's
by the counties building giojiuy, ba n
like leccntacles, nicio human c tops, illus
trating (lie almshouse economy of cheap
provisions for the clnonle insane. To-day
wo excuse the Inhumanity of such roolc
cricsby saying or their unrouttnate in
mates. 'Any way they are betlci-dead than
"Yet to-morrow when the change conies
to those pitiable lives, even ns it came Ii
Klijaliiua chariot of flro, somehow the
htuilltd community forgets that they aro
better so and exclaims 'another holocaust
of horror.' In view of these fiiqiienl usy
litiu conflagrations, it bccoiin the lint
duly of those in authority to rail a ha' to
in " economy In construction which Tails
i v "onl n practically llr- proof piy vis' jii
fo'1 the helpless insiiuo,
1 he doctor then gave an Illustration of
his idea of Ihe-conslruclioiiof an asylum.
Rcauly and salubrity of site, abundant
water supply, convenient proximity to
market und ready accessibility for tho
community who tire to be iieeommod iled
by it these niu the axioms of iisvluni con
struction. "I will." he continued, "only suggest
that, lu this laud of boundless doinalti of
homestead, wheio even tho myth or 'forty
acies and a mule is based on 'i it n icasoii
ttblo expectation, thcioshoii'd ho secured
for the asylum site not less (hail one acre
for eveiy prospective iuniiile. Let this hu
oblniuid while the land is cheap. Go
where it is so, if ncce-snrv, for there is
nothing else so leasonablo' iu price that
will hi tho end piove so invaluable. Keep
it iu woodland, keep it in pastuie, keep it
iu anything until icady to u e it only
"sell your birth-right rather tluiii part
with it. Of one thousand insane in round
numbers live bundled will bo mules. Of
these 7 per cent, will need infirmary
cute, !1 per cent, blind, 5 per cent,
convalescent, 5 per cent, epileptic, 6 per
cent, very noisy, fi per cent, considerably
disturbed, 5 per cent, depressed and sui
cidal, 5 per tout especially duii"e ous and
10 per icnt. caicless und tin 1 ty in habit.
The remaining TO percent, w " ? of vary
ing capacity, but coinpavilv ly quiet,
otderly cases; seven-eighths of the whole
will be chtouie insane, but since clln'eal
observation shown no constant ilKIn ' on
as to violence, noise, ttutidiir s or o. ler
well-inatked characteristic to d.vido aoalo
fiom clnonle cases, wo have no nee I lo
take this into account in considering tho
constiuci.on of accommodations."
"In pioiding for tho dangerous homi
cidal class mnke them scenic. The phil
anthropist litis no call to loosen any
necessary icstr.iiut in tills class. Mako thu
glove of silk, but the hand of steol. Pio
vide for the most, if not till of these, in
simple looms; build them nariow, say
seven feet, so that they can never be undo
to piovltle lor two. '1 hey may to advan
tage bo employed at w'ovk in Inc'osol
giounds. They have not forfeited their
light lo the sunshine nor the nil' of heaven,
tpthovistns of trees, nor tlioi- j-ofgreeu
fields. Guard the windows, but do not nn
low t'toiii, forto those who arc shut from
tuo world the heavens should bo always
" i'i the coming in or tho era of (he
pr . , 'dings, why not gio them open
fr- s as well a i open wind iws Fill
the grt iids whh 'trans for sunbeams,'
pied aded banks with their birds and.
" "V i comfort man, to whlspei hope.
Tor who .. ) eiueth for tho flowers,
Will much muio caro for him.'
"Remember, too, when you havo rolled
and clipped tho lawn to a uniform velvet,
and htivo had the gravel path swept clean
of uibblsh, that this Is their home, and It
Is no matter if there Is a llttlo lltteroll'lu
that corner whero they keep a small curl-ositv-shop
of their own. If thoy havo
grown some smoking tobacco whero yon
thought thev wero culllvallii'' roses it is
all right It'Miat drv goods h - conliitns
a small pet tcirier, !e the p. lent keep
him and help keep down tho rats. That
nondescript structitio which shelters his
rabbitls looks ns if it might be a joss-hou- .
"Perhaps It Is for oh!
" 'Ho prayeth wo'l who lo;. Hi well
I o,h man and Lit J and I' i '
"Idoniliko to sco a ho u wuh chil
dren too clean and nothing ii'i.uely. God
help your heatts. gentlemen giownug old,
if these little disorderly things touch no
lesponsive cord in your sympathies,
vibrating back to the time when you wera
Dr. Vivian of AVisconsin then rend a pa
per on "Piovision for tho Chronic Iu
sane," which was followed by a length
discussion of the papors.
General Rrlnkorhoit'of Ohio, chat'ina t
oftho commltteo appointed to seleu tin
place for the next couventio i of ' In on.
feience, lead tlieiepouofthtit i "'!
desiKiiat.acSt. P. 1, M nn.. us t i
for the next conference. The i
considciablo discussion, wi
adojited. The time for tit.- a
meeting was rcfened to I
committee, with the suggest i
time bo fixed for not later tli i
of next J tine.
General Grant icsted well Usi i . .
He sullors from riietiiuatlc pains
Attend A- Suits & Co.'s icinova) sal
The Powhalaii tailed from Key Weill
yestciday for Now York.
Aite.no A, SaUi ; W-'H lSUWJ,VC5t.
streets nor bwea"
,lvRnla 67r r a'tuvref,