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17TH YEAH NO. 5,252.
Washington, d. c, Tuesday .evening, june y,iss5.
PJilOE TWQ OENTH
DAMAGED BY MKE,
ABOUT 354,000 WORTH
ladies' Cotton and Cambric
which will he-old
Regardless of Cost.
Ihcso goods nrc only slightly soiled, and
W ill soil AMi (pood and bad) AT AND I1EI.OW
CO&Ttocloso tlio cntlio stock out, compris
ing Nlfjht Drc33C3, Drawers, Chemises,
Corset Covers (high and low neck),
Skirts, Combination Suits,
Bridal Trousseau and
B. H. TAYLOR,
9SS Fonna. Avenue.
in the Camp
Immense Slaughter of Thou
For Children, Misses and
He Great Feast of Low Prices
Plows, Tips & Plumes
GUTTING DOWN PRICES
Lace Gaps and Corsets.
Treble English. Crape for
AT HALF THE VALUE.
You, ccontlo rendem, don't miss this golden
opportunity. Wo Invito you most cordially,
bofoio pin chasing, to post youiself In our
814 Seventh Street,
WoomVAUD & Loim;op.
WHAT WE EXPECT,
'Jin- iiiprlics of million und fitstes me
Midi Unit In tliu nitilllplIeU orpooil of
find UN ! soiiicllines iiiiilcc nolecllons
whltli (In nut meet ultli tliu approval of
mil ciisloincis, ami, cunsiqiiniitly ito jmt
Upon Htuli inuicliniiillsc ml expect, mid
must iiiirHMiillj snncr some Iih,
Our policy l lom 11, mill noil iituprlto
lit vvlilili tliev njll Jr u linignlii In our
I'llhllllllUII". Ir I OIII-I0. IT polblo: If nol,
"lllOlllAt loss In tliu best.
" 1 liu idmblo slxpcnco Is bttloi
Than tliu blow hlllltur."
It Ih lllipOHNlllll' tllllllMIIN Mill lllt'KOOlts
MC-llll) lit tllO plll'l' ill' llltllll tllC SllOtllll
Ill tills IriciiI pitli' liiittigtiiittott liy im,
mill nun pingii-ssltif-;, uvri) thing or
xvlilili xo liuil n surplus of, or which
nun oil slow I) Iiiih 1m on boiiKliI mil, unit
tin li plica louorail to cimse, Ibolr lendv
snle, tluuuby quickly disposing or thin
hoi plus nnd slow kooi1.
Surplus Stock of Zephyr
Robes To close the entire
stock of Zephyr Robes we
make the following marked
I Ino Scotch Xeiihjr Holies In blues and
ll! yards Id Inchmntcilitl.
W ) aril t niu I uw rmln oidei y .
4Hi" aids w Ido i mln uldm v . .
1'ormcr ptlco $11.51), to.,5 nnd S"
Surplus block pi Ice.. . . . , $" each
'1 his Is ticl mills Wlcss than tliu Roods lould
ho piocuicd foi off Iho pleio, being woith 10
cents pel Mini, unci tliu cmlnoldi'ry about 'J.!
or 30 cents pci jaid. M'hev must lie sold.
(Second llooi ! take the tlovnlor. j
Surplus-Stock of Cretonnes
They must go, if a price
will sell them. These are
the same goods we have been
praising up all the season,
but we have too many.
2f)o Cretonnes I educed to 'J.?.
JJJKc llctonncs reduced to 10c.
ltemrmliei tlio Awning Stilpes pievlouslv
ndvcitlsid, lutuccd fiom'J.c to'JOc. Awning-
Two Surplus Stock Re
ductions in Curtain Scrims
Wo hai o n bin plus stock of 11 choleu style o'
Ittgul.u pilcn 12o
Surplus Mock m It. e 10c
Wolmion sin plus Flock of ft cholco styles of
line ( iiitaln Sirlms, 1 to 1 lows of fagottlug.
lli'SUlai- in kc U'iu
huiilU8 stuck pike 1-Ko
This offers an exceptional
opportunity for summer cot
tagers, hotels, boarding
house and housekeepers to
supply themselves for the
coming season at this ex
tremely low price.
(ThlnUIoor; take thu uluv.tlor.)
A New Use for Surah Silk :
We clip tl.u follow Ins:
"All nidi JIodMu recently, In pliiuiliu a
dtr.s of lino Cnslimtii". lfqulicd stions.SMi
for tlio waNt llnlm,', In mukliiK up tlio sMit
slioii'-eil n mimbii of jiudsof silk ami IIiil.ii
nolle J-'raiicalH'. 'llils hcemcd latlui an ox
tiiioennt outln for linen, but In tliu cud tliu
Foftiic.8iuidfri.iLu with which tho dtcssmi
teilal ill aped Itself aboctho sklit lining, mid
thontifcctlon of lit tho "iiiiahStU. KaM) tliu
I odlccsufllclontly Justified tho extra ctpendl
turo. It Is no doubt In a creat mcisutciliio to
t hi lropci)sollnlii(;g that l'ient lull ossei owo
imidi totlutt nikuowleilwd cachet."
1 lie cctr.ioidlnury low mice at w hlch w o in o
offiiliulllack small Silk places this elegant
poods within leach of nil, over as ill ess waist
linings, iimi to mako up imdei bilk (,'ion
Illnck All silk small, woith O'JKl, only
Illnck All silk l'lcnch Jbui.ih, icduced
fiom 7"c to !)c pel nrd.
Linen Sheetings Linen,
as bedwear, is a luxury now
within the reach of all. While
it is about three times the
price of the cotton goods, it
gives four and five times the
wear, to say nothing of the
comfort. Of these goods we
have an elegant line in the
different widths, from 65c. to
rino 10 t T1M1 I.lnen siiti'ting, excellent
(inallty, washes liottci and becomes sorter
tlinn 11 muslin, only 0'iu and Too per yawl.
Wo cnll nttentlou to our fliio Steel Dross llx
tcndeis, In tlucu pieces, is, IS uud 'Jl luche j
inch, only lOo pel uct.
Buttons for Wash Dresses :
Wo arc sdiow lug an elegant line of I'eail Hut
toiiH, In lint, halMinll and lound idiapei, Willi
and without. sli inks, fiom 17o tooUuiivi doz.
'Ihesoaionowln ureat ilemind for glngli un,
lawn, xattccn, peicalo and other wash chesses.
One lot of self shank Hone Muttons, for wash
diessts, in led, white, blue, black and brown,
only lOo per doz. An excellent baigiln.
A ludy was nhow a thioiuli this stock one day
Inst week, took kindly to u milt at JO, but
could not mako up her mind to piucliiuo, Wo
forco no Bules. sho wont out and returnod
about an hour later, saj lug sho y, ould take tho
St) suit, llnd sho been ulsowhciu? Was ouij
tho best nnd cheapest? If not, why did ho
buyf If jouwiuit n White Suit, look around
and then como hero.
ltemember, u mako them lit you without
Paragraph on Shawls
Wo desire to attract attention to an ele.int
stock of Ilhick CashnunoMiawlettes or I'lonus.
which mo handsomely silk cmbiolderod and
trliniued with knotted silk fringe, being pir
tlcularly dcslrablo for light wiiuw, or shoulder
mantles for tho summer evenings, I'rlcui
Note. With our perfected
arrangements in handling a
large number of orders by mail
for Dry Goods, etc., xve guar
antee the same care aid atten
tion as given to customers
shopping in person.
WOODWARD & LOTpOP,
BoBton Diy Goois Housa,
03SIB PRICB OJSrL",
921 Pa, Ave 912 D Street,
a .m, siiri:itiNTi:N!)r.NT iioitTin;
T bo Cliluigii "Miuslinlshlp Dlsposeil OT
A 'Siiiiibi'vor liil.-inul ltu)piniu Ollleeis
mill I111II1111 Agents Appolutoil .olm 1.
Itobliisoii fur (,'nllm (m lit Alex. null hi.
Tl(c President niudc llio fullowlni; tip
pciititincnts to ilny:
DiMfi, W. Vox of I'cmisvlatil.i to lm
f-'iiiitrintunlciitofllio l'hilailclplti.i Mint
Collector ol fip-loms Jolin 1. ltoblii
on, illMiiit of Ale'Miiiilila, Vit,
( ollcrliiifi of Intct mil Hummiuc Islmn
llc-, J'oiirliciilli Xew York ijlstiii t;
Alfuil 0. I'.itklnson, Second Wlicuiiiln
t'nltcil fclnttn Miushals Kioderlik Jt,
MnHl, notlliiuii ilLslild of Illinois;
IlcniyC. I'incrfor tlio toutliein illstrlot
Sunoyoisof ('iisIoiiis- Julm If. I'. Vooi
liccs, l)cncr, I'olo.; Adtlison Cole, Al
bany, N. Y.
lndiiin Agents: Doloncs Ihiineio, l'uc
bio Apeney, N. 51.; Win. A. Wnlkcr, (iiccn
Day Agency, Wis,
The Oaltliivl Mpi'lliic.
'I lie Cublncl tiRctinc; this ttftiinoon was
nllcmkil by nil the members now in the
Xim.s Deimi lincnl Dlsi Inn un.
A messcnecri mi eluMitoi eondiietot nnd
other employes ol the Nnvy Depaitmont
below tho cijil service mndes weie ilif
missed to day.
Tlio Pirslilviit'o C'nllei".
'Ihc I'icident'siullLis today included
Scuntoi 5Iu'hi'ison,ltcpie")0u(ntivis Wni
nei, AVaul, Klclnei, 'Jonnilicnil, Xccie,
Dougheity, WJiItc timl Henley,
rxplm I hi,- Hie Ciiiieo.
Lictitcnnnt lanoiv Taunt has been or
(leicd lomnke nn exjieilitlon of obcrii
tion iii the Congo liher, and then io
tin ii totlic5!cdilcirancnn Miiindion.
Inilr lor ol I'ucl Supplies.
I'dwaiil T. 5Iathews wns today ,ip
pointed fuel insneetor ior the Iicpaitment
ol the Intel ioi in plat oof lliehnid 5lid
dleton, iciuoed. The place is woith
tibout $2,100 a ear. Mr. 5lldilleton iva
nieinbei of Kit CaiMin I'ost Xo. 2, (hand
Anny ofthe llipublic.
' 71io Cliu k Int rsllcul Ion.
In tlie iinebllgation of Aichllect Cl.uk
today, ficoigo 11, Miller, tlio lorenian ol
the nuhlteii on nnuiinl icpnhj, and
Clitnles I Ilolohnn, tcstilled as to the ul
leged (lottoiiiiBei' tho tcnacc woik, nnd
said the w oik was only the usual (leaning
op nnd cue ofthe woik.
A onl It'oifliitel Anuiileit.
.1. i:. Miller of this city was to-day
nwnulcd the contintt foi Itiullshiii!; wood
nnd toal to tho ricedmcn's llospitnl foi
tho next fiscal .eur. Ho will fiunish 100
tons of bituminous coil at tn ton, 15 tons
of nut nuthiiuiteat fflnndSIO tonsofegK
tinthi.ieitent i!iU. lie will also ltlinisli
;X) couls ol pine wood at s,-, ,10.
The- 'lil:igo Mni'slinlslilp.
'Hie njiiKiintiiK'nt of Colonel Kied II,
Jlni-bh us ilnrtlml foi the Chicago distiict
closes n menioiahlo eontost in'w liich theie
wtie about twenty tandidates. lcpie-cnl-ingeciy
politiial Inction in lllinoi. A
doen ot the ciindldates weic lioui Chi
cago, but Mnish Is fiom outside theiitv.
lie is the puscnt shciill ol (Vie CnunFy
and a piomincnt Democrat, ulthough eon
ncctcd with none of tho political factions
or lings. lie hnd u good mmv iccoid and
ice to the lnnk of colonel. Iteisindoised
by Inwjcrs, judges, business, nitn nnd pol
itieiiins, had nstiongktlerfioiu Moiiisuu,
nnd was the second choice of luot of the
Tlio tVuIeK Vourl-lliulliil.
In tho Wnles Comt-51nitinl this nioin
ing the dclcnso oiieneil by calling Dr. I'.
Hi j 'on Wood of Oaltlmoic, a foimei tlerk
in the Suigeon-Oeneinrs oflicc, wlio tes
tilicd as to the condition of the woik
when Dr. Wales bcianio suigcon-gc.nci.il,
and how ncaily It had been brought up
when ho left, and an to Caiiigan's eloe
iniitutioiis ol Dr. Wales' slgnatiue. 5led
ical Diiectoi Joseph Iteaeh, evsuigcon
gencial, testified ns to the inanlierof do
ing business iluiliu; his ndmiuistiatiuu,
nnd Puigeon W, K. Vtni lleypen as to tho
when he ielieed Cauigan in l'ebutaiy,
Minor mill I'erxoiiul.
Itenct .1. Loomis, a eletkofrlais two In
the rension Olllie, io-!gfied to day.
Commissioner of Indian Allalis Alklns
will open bids foi beel supplies to-iuonow.
The icsignation of I'cdro Sanchc as
Indian ngentat I'ueblo, X, 51,, lias been
The Ticasiuy Coinniisslon to d ly p lid
njstOf inspection to tliu Supeivl-Iiu
A discharge of twenty-Iho persons was
niailc in the foldlng-ioom of the tlo em
inent Pi luting Olliec jistciday,
'IhoSecictaiy of the Tiensttiv has ap
pointed 0. D, Hchwnrt! as chief of illus
ion In the Thiul Auditors olllco.
'lhcnppolutuieut of Joseph 5rouow of
Wlnonsin us colli (.tor of Internal iucuuc
for the T.a Ctos-y district has been decided
Senator jrol'horson of Xew .rer-cy, uc
compankd by his lamilv, lett Wushington
Io day for the season. He will not letuin
Darius A. Ogden ori'enn Ytin, X. Y
who wns recently appointed chief of n
dhislon in the Third Audltoi's Olllco, de
clined the appointment.
'Iho Secretary of State has iccclved n
dispatch from tho CoiiMil'Generai at lion
don snjlng tlieii1 is no foundation lor tho
uiiiioi ol an outbreak ot cholera in Eng
land, At l.auienic, Kan., Secrelaiy lluynrl
last night dolivcied tho-nnnual nddioss
before tlio literary societies of tlio Univer
sity of Kansas on tlio subject of 'Individ
uality." Hciny l Kcinochtn, tho newly ap
pointed naval olllcer at Now Orleans, is
in the city to confer with tlui President
regarding Important places jet to be lllled
In Now Orleans.
Androw F, Spoiry of Ioa, having
sened bis piobatlouary term under the
chil-seivke law. wns to day permanently
npiiointed a $1,000 clerk in the Postoulco
The naval board, which investlgited tho
tit tho itostou Nayj-Ynid, has icpottcd
that the price paid won oxcessive and that
tho invention is not uelul.
Gencial Jackson, tlio new United Stute
MinlMei to Mo.Iio, iinlved in the City ot
Mexico jesterday, nnd was warmly wel
comed by u committee of American ical
dents nnd e-5lin!ster Morgan,
dcorgo W. Julian, icceutly appointed
Sin v uyor-Gpnei.il ol Nuw Mexico, says his
health Is such tlint ha tcels constrained to
incept, in the hopo that n i haiigc ot busi
ncs uiul cllnuito will benellt him.
'Iho Picsldent lias pot yet iciched nuv
couchisiou us to his summer vacation,
eitliei as to its date, length m wheio It is
to be spent. 5Ilss Cleveland will spend a
lew weeks either at Holland Patent oi at
Among the quee; lottei- ueohed nt tho
Postolllee Departnient U one tromau In
diana man who wishes to be informed
what otiaiilkutions uio iequiied of an up
pi leant lui u iioslllou us ' horsloi on ti
mall route. Another man has applied foi
the Hsltlnii ol ''sexton" of tlio Pustolllce
Iho Poslolllcc Dcpaitnipiil win lo dny
informed that tliu postollhoat Holomon,
Kan., was burghiried Jast night. The
safe was blown open and live registered
lcttcifi unci (Xo in stomps (nken
Tlie Ciinailfau (Jovernincnt lui ex
iiressid ln llruiks through 5Ilnis(er U'et
ior the dispatching of stcntubuil liisiect
oii to Ciiunili.in potts, llnis oliviiling
much delay to Canadian vos-,cl-ovni'i
13. P. Win elei mid Fiodorlek WliltriiUc,
counsel of the National Civll-Sorvice
League, have iciicstul the rcnuiv il oT
i erlaln postninHlei-s In dillereiit parts of
the lountrylor sollcliug political subset ip
flon.s. The Siueou-Gcncral of the Muiinr
Hospital servico lias uotilled the health
ollleei ut Ilaltituoru that the ship Jupilcr
Iclt Valencia, Sinln, wherotho i liolein Is
iitideiuli', on the 'Jth of Apill, bound for
Theic Is no-foundation for tlie nport
thollioncral Logan mid his family pronosu
to)peiid thusuinmei-iuonlhs in Iho Shen
andoah Valley. His biHno3sieiUires him
to icmiiin in Washington lor tlie next two
'ihc Postolllu Deportment Is Informed
ol thcnircst to duv ot theab-coudliigpost-niahtei
at Paragold, Ark. lie vvusairested
In St. Louis mid held in !n00 ball. Ono
hundied and fcvintj dollars "veie le
eovcieil liom him.
Coutioller Dm ham haxileiidid to await
nctionliy Coiigics be Iciieiledding whither
a debt duo lo Hie State of 5llsslsslppi hv
the Government shall be paid m applied
ns a credit against dlicct toes assessed us
"due limit that Mote by a foimorooutmlter.
'I he Postiiiaslcr-tienoinl to ilnv up
polnlid twenty-two iiostmastcn iif the
Iiuiith i lass, among llieui the following in
Viigiiilii. C. t. 'Ihompson, l'oil Delianie,
vice W. V. Slierniau, resigned; 51 n ens
Duiutl, Nortli Gulden, vice 5liucus Dei
rett, jr., (to conect erior).
(Iti'diius Van Hooiebcke.vesteidiv up
pointul distiict attorney for Southein
Illinois, is ono of tlie first mm toroctive
olliec in that Slalouuilci the new Admin
istrrttion, and tlie uition taken icvivcs
activity ainong tho Illinois olllt e sockets.
Wm, ,1, MiGiuiigle, ono ofthe leading
candidates tin the ui.uhalship, has io
tinned, ond 'ovoial ol tho Dciuociutie
Congic-'-incn me heic.
1 he lollowing nipoiutiiienls weic made
lato veMeiduy: Itobcit Tavlor, lo be pen
sion agent at Know ille, 'fcuii.. vice N.
It. dibon, suspended; (icoigo Y, Wninci,
to be ligislerol the land olllco at Ti.ioy,
5Iinn lieieiveis at land otlices Abi.i
hani Hall, at .Milbuiu Cilv, 5Ion John
i:. Iludd. at Slockton, CaL: P. K. WNci,
nt Tincy. .Minn.; Joseph Hill, at llcatiice,
Noli,, vice William ll. Summers, roMgiud:
O. C. Hale, at Li Cioss, Wis.; '. It. IM
gai, nt lionlon, 5bi ; Hugh ('. Wall ice ut
Salt Take City, Utah.
UP AMONG THE LIGHTNINGS,
'Hit- I'nlnt ut Willi li (he .lloiiuiiient wu
'I he v lew ol tlie Washington 5Ioimment
licio given shows the point where the
(.ipsloneuud tlie nimble slab nct below
it wcie fiactuud last 1'ilday by lightning.
.The lesiilt of the inspection matJo yetei
dav bj J'lolessoisltowlaiid, Nertioiuii and
Tin i.toitTMvi an oki'.
5kiidenhall is best told In advance ol the
foimal icpoit (which Is being luopaiid by
Piofcsoi 5Iendcnhall) by Piole or Itow
laud, as follows:
"Tho lightning rod is attached to tlie
aluminium nt the top ot thomoniinieut by
u copper lod which inns tliiough tho cap
ping stone. At tlio bottom of tho capping
s'ono tho cojrper lod divides into four
paits, w hith tue nttached to lion columns
supioiting tlie elevator. Tho lower put
of theseiion columns are attached at tho
bottom to copper rods, w hieli go dow n in
to ti well mulct tho monument. The
lightning, instead ot striking tlio
nluminliim, us it was. expected it would,
stiuck just below tho capping stonu
and went in tliiough the c weic at the bot
tom of tho capping stone and stint k a
Hhcet ol aluminium bronze, which had
been placed there lor the puiposeot mak
ing the roof tight. The aluminium bronzo
was probably volntllled by the lightning,
which at the Milne time biokooll a piece
of tho stoiie next to tho cappiiittsiniie,
about torn feet four Indies long and about
eight inches wide at tlio bottom, weighing
about foil i hundred pounds, 'Iho
lightning after doing this diuingo
went to the Kid and thence to tho giouiid
The daningo is simply tlio inoken oil'
stone, which projects about two Inches
from tho side ot tlioinonuiucut, and needs
only to bo piessccl back into its place.
Colonel Case) Intends putting n lopo
tightly around the monument in this
place, nnd then by wetting thu tope hopes
to draw tho bioken stone Into its place It
is advised to put lightning rods dow n the
corners or thu capot tho monument anil
connect them with the present interior
linusoi is, June 0. A dispatch from
Home states that while the Heme mem.
bcrs of tho Ithluo Club wero leturnlug to
ll.islo Sunday night from nn excursion up
tlie ithiue, thclv boat was t.iriied by the
current against a pillar of tlio bridge at
Ilasle and overturned, and ten of thu
nit'inberortho club wero diowned
Hum in, June 0, The Freeman? Jour,inl,
in commenting upon tho defeat of tho
(loverninent in thu Hotf-oof Commons
last night, says that it was duo to the ie
fus.il ot tho Purnellites to sunpoit it Gov
ernment which contemplated tho re-en-oottneut
of obnoxious laws for the govern
ment of Iiclund. Tho utticlo concludes
as tollows; "Util Spencer must now' quit
Iielaml, leaving, behind him tho ntemoiy
of nn ndinliil.stifitlon jirc-cmlnently notu
hlo lor cold ldooded brutality, and calcu
lating injustice. He may leech o a duke
dom for his ty uniiical mlsgoroi anient,
but It was his hand that destroyed tho
gteatct (lovernmetit England has had in
n century. '
Iho Host Walir In tho Coiuili).
lr. bclilosc-er of Ohio In n lettet to tho
Coininlssioiiers lefer.s to tho condi
tion of tho Potomac watei, Ho
states that ho has examined tlio viaterof
iillthepilnoip.il cltic of tho country, and
I'otoinnc v, titer is the best,
A YEAR'S PROGRESS.
now mm (li.vitiT.viu.i: ijssriru
1JONS II VVIl ntl'KOVIII).
'Ilie Iiilerostlii l'ii),i Itouil li.vBles.ll.
('. Ipoim r lioforu Hip N'ulliiiin) (hmrur
i nee of Clinillies mill Correi lion 'I tils
.Ali.inlnir- Mis ( toMiliinit a Spent. itor.
'I he piper possessing niuro local iiilen st
than uiiv ct read lieloro the 'onforence of
Charities and t oricctlon, was lint pro
eiited this morning liy 5lrc II, (', .Spen
cer, of the local executive lomiultlce
Allei biiclly reiiinrkiiig upon the mipiest
of lliocoiic'ipoiidlugsccielarj of tho con
feiiiicoturouilfiisp leportsto 10(1 wdrdi
'Wulklng in tho straight and narrow
toad laid down by vour iiicomplislieil
(hulrm.in of Commilli'ii on lieports, mid
beliovingpiofounilly in tlio principles nnd
practice ol homeopathy, I promptly pro
cccdcdto eoudciiM) and cnnceiili ale into
the liny globule dcscilbcd crude material
kiudlv furnlshi d me by tho Coiiimtaionor
ofrdueation, Iho DcpiitmcntorJustli c,
the Hon, Secretary ol the Interior, tho
Hon. Commissioners of DMiict ol Coluiu
bin, nnd tho lesults ol peisDii.il observa
tion In the busiest vinr of charitable and
coiicclioual work ft has ever been niv lor
tune to expoiicneo. b'nr was not; tho
Twelllh NutioniilCniileicuie of Charities
mid ( oritttlon tna-seuiblo heio in Juno'
5IuH not our lamps ho trimmed mid
binning' Lo' tho bildivroom comcthl
IHiiitshave not liansplicd, 'Ihev lnvo
simply leaped '
"Wliateverjou ni.iv think ol the pics
c nt condition ol oiirtlinrilnble' and tin
icctiouul institiition-iliiiiii voiii biief view
ol'them icceutly, I um glad juu will nevoi
know what wos tliek'iiiicaiancc and con
dition n vc.n ago,
".Stiect" leading to them have been laid
out and pavid by the labor of their in
mates, walls have been built, guidons
planted, lawns smoothed nnd dcioi.iled,
new winds opened, and time and spin1
tail tosliovv theliupiovemont in intcinat
management uiul eMcinal tluitl.
"In the admiuthlu opening :uldius of
oui )iicidcnl he said: 'It would perhaps
lcquiie a line Instiumcnl to mink Iho
piogiessm idcin the ticatmentof the de
giaded and dcfci ti vo classes ut so short In
tcrv.ilsnsoiieyc.11 ' Jn this case no in
stalment is iequiied 'Ihcgiowlh is vis
ible to the naked eye. If this be tine
asa lisult ofthenicic piosic tof tho as
sciubly in the Nation il Capital of this dis
tinguished body, now th it von hnv e i ome
'what will the hsiivoH bo" ' Vour ruining
has been a htm diction your meiuoty
will hen sweet lneen"e iiing to llr.iveii.
"One of the inot Milking fndle.tlious ol
ti liculthvgiowth in public sentiment ami
piattice heieiluiing the just ven Is that
although thciehns buna winter, i rucl in
lis seventy, and the mNorahlu pour hevo
held out thtii hands and lifted uptiieii
villus lor bread, and wood, mid io.il, and
( lothlng, theio has been hoLiIIa us Itchof
Conimiltte iipjiointed to einvais tho
Distiict loi t tiuds. wring oui hcuNwitli
Inn lowing tali s ol dishes, and pour into
wutchul lioviN counties. lii,ulot some
thing loi nothing. 'Iho pic-s and the
ptojile have illscov cud (lint tho-p uie tin
Mime chionic, lal .mil laxy beggar who
have hiMiiiatcd on alms jeai alter v en
and tlicv h.ivcallowul them toci.v on and
flam' Well, vo; il they would iioi go in
woik and i.un nil houe-i' living.
"I'.vtn the woikhouse iniiiales lnvo
inoir than supjioiicil lheiiiselve, and
huvc coutiibiitul somewhat lowmd the
sitppoit ol the almshouse nnd hospiial.
Able-bodied liamjis have been piomptly
auc-lcd and pl.ucd in the woikhouse tit
tho piuiibci ot LMVI, inle.ul ol In the
Vomiorl.ible j.lil, wheio they might be
"tipiioileil at ease without labor
i'ltut paidon ine What is hecotniiig of
in.v hoineop.ithit globules, uiul thu one
page loi this irpoit' I um soiiy toiiass
ov or the inimi use amount id wiukdiine1
by the wnim-heailid women ol Washing
ton dining Ihc past vour lor tho Homeo
pathic, Hosiiital, tlie' (larlltlil Hospital,
the Nudes' 'liaining S(hool, in House ol
51eicy, theWoiiicn'sChiistian Association
and c omit U s othei foi ins of bene v oleni c
Hut the cipoiiilltiucs haw nccn too vast In
piojioillon totlie needs ofthis Distiict,
"Aside f lorn piivale charities the
I nitcd Slates. ind tlie Distiict ol Coluiu
bin jointlj have rpc nded in one ,voai in
the cau ol tliu ciiiulii.il, delinciiieut mid
depi ink nt classes, tliesuni oi -r(!-i,CJ".lI J.
A Distiict olllil.il of high standing lias
llguiidit Ior me ftuiul to a cot pei
c.iuto of the population ofthis Distiict of
-!. Xtw Yotk, tlieguat clc.iiing-hoiiso
of the dependent classes, ovpends onlval
a i ost pei capita ot $1 ,!)-'. It is tiuo that
damps, patipcisand dead-licats doloveto
settle dow n in tilth ow n National Capital.
'I he lT. S. Ticasiuy is hcie, tho Govern
ment Departments, witli viuioiis good lat
sinccuiis,nie hcie, and the Piesidont is
licie. Nogicntindusti.il rntei prises inc
line. Why should they not settle down in
tills Gaidenoi Kden and lei the countiv
and thoiitlens of this Distiict suppoit
them? Why not' liccallse it is uu outi.igo
uponlionesi toll. Itniakeslilehaidei and
inoieciuel tor ovciy ono ol lis who does
work. Wo should neither feed iioi ilothe
noi sheltorthein. We should give them
just v hut tlici no it mnl uotliiii't wun until
'1 licv lold their tents like the Ai.ilis and
silcntlv steal uwav.' Hut In thopiepua
tion ol tlio stntistiiul I iblc called lor in
this report, I wns astonished to suo how
expensively wedo sunpoit those whogiin
admission to our institutions.
'Hie cool, delightful weather had quite
nn etlei t on tlie attendance at tlie business
session ol tlie conleiente this inoinlng
At tho opening of tlio session at II o'clock
tho attendance was quite small, but not
long nflerwauls uvoiy seat In Wilhud
Hull had an occupant. Miss Cleveland
unived about 10 o'clock, nnd was Imme
diately taken charge of by .Miss Phoobe
Couius of St. Louis aud iislieud to a se tt
in the fiont low She was nn intent
listener to the Interesting pioc tcdlirgs, but
took no part in tlie deb He
Prior to the leading ol Mrs Stevens
paper, Mr 1'iedcrick II. Wines or Illinois
pieented an exceedingly cdifjing piper
on "Senlenee lor Crsiues ' The president
aniiountrd tlint theie would be no reports
trom Florida Louisiana and 51ilslppi.
Upon the conclusion ol 5!rs Speucei's
paper Mr Louis Abraham, in spe iking ot
tlie ludustral Home School, ndo( ited
giv ing all the inonoy earned bv the ehil
dren ot that institution to tho cliildreu
mnl nnitn Ibo V S 'IVn.inre- Mi Win
T. Hauls ol Concoid, Mass , icul a p iper
on "Coinpulsorj Hdueution " which v. is
followed bv one ot gient Interest bj Mrs
S-.ii.th 11 Cooper of C tlirurni i on "The
Klndergaiten us a charactei build 'ug
Neailv half tho Conference pa.titlp.Ued
In a discussion of tho paper
A lllg Oil Strll.r.
Iiki.i.vuin. 0., June 0. It leaked out
yesterday, through the filing of near!) ono
hundred land leases at St Chtlisv ille. th it
n big oil stiike was mado at the Armstrong
Mills g is well, ton miles south ofthis city
about a wuk ago. Tliero Is gro it excite
ment in tho neighborhood, and another
oil er.iru may bo looked foi.
A I'utul ()u ti ml.
Liwmiton, K Juno- '). During a
nunriclat lleiea, Ky about ptvlng for
tiilnkH yestenliy between 'N in Hauls
and Mitchell 1'ioston, Jaiue? Johnston and
John T. Disnoy woio instantly killed and
Proeton probably latally Injured,
i:x-Oi)riuni- II.vIo'h r.illuio.
HovroN, M vss,, June 9 The Herald this
niorntngsajs that Boston business mou
rejoito in tlio clownfull of ex Govcnoi
tin) New ,Siiiorliiloiiili.iil of tliu Winli
toii I'nlillo Keliooln.
Wllllom llramvvcll Powell, Iho now
Superintendent or Public Schools of Iho
Disirlct, was born in Central Ohio in
)s')7, and Is tho second son, of eight ehll'
- . UVvl 4kl
WII UVVt niltAIWl M. POW H.I.
iliru, nl Itov. Josi'))li Powell, ii 5lctbods(
inlnllcr. Hcwusiuiscd in Illinois, on n
fiiuii In lloonu County; wns oduentcd ut
the Illinois Woslcyun University, mid
allot gi.iduntlug, cuteied ut onto on his
life woik us an instruitor. Hu was at lii.it
(ho Hiipirintendcnt ot Public hcliooN ut
Peiu, hid,, and in ISfiiJaieepted n like po
sition nt Atiioin, 111., where heliiS'ie
inaiuul until now. He is of medium
height, inthcr lotund in hgitro, bus d.uk
hail, nnd lias it litmiiy consisting ol his
wile, whom ho uiiiriliillu Isi'm, uilmiUlei
of sixteen nnd uwn of foln teen. He will
aiiive lit io about June 'JO.
An l'.Lolluiit Col ton (,'iop.
Xi w OllIvs. Tv., .Ittnu 1). 'Iho
iiiouthly lepoitot tlicXatioual Cotton P.
(liange concerning the glowing cotton
ciojis, s,HS tlutt tho season may be obur
uctiiiil,iill thingsconsiilercd, nsthc boit
fin evei.il yens, llnstof thu 5Ii'slsdppl,
tho i ondition is as good or liottci than iiii
tnr. Wctol it the situation is ilccidvllv
more Invoiable, while in the Missisdpni
bottoms tlioie Is u marked advantage in
eveiy respect. It is too i.uly to estimate
thovield. Aneagi' lias been l.ngcly in
t leased and may be Mated as 101, inking
hiEt vcai's as KH.t. 'I'lio acicage iiiuo nits to
Thu Slilliviili-ltnikr l'lglil.
un vi.o, llinell. 'iheie is much Intel-(-t
lu thu coining meeting between .Lick
P.urkr and Sullivan, vvliich is to takr
pl.uo Satuiduy at the Driving I'.nk
lJurke continues in liist-elass condition,
aud sav s lie is bigger und stiougcr mid in
beltei toim thuu hucvci was in Ids life
bifoie. P.nson Davhs icccived n tele
giant last evening trout Patsy hhcppanl,
Sullivan's innnugci, suying that tbev
would leave IhMon this inoiuing und m
livehcie Wulucsd ly evening Sullivan
has bien tialning vigoiously, and Is to
portidtobo in ecellciit shape lor the
Sim Ions lirstilts l'lont t'lllelt s.oes..
.Mvttoon, li.i,., Juno I'. Last evening
Mi's. .1. W. Hauiia set a teacup containing
gnsoliuc on n stove in whidi sho sup
losul iheie was no Ilie. 'Iho gasoline
took liiu und in u moment her clothing
was nlilue. She scicd the ( up ami tlnew
il towuid mi open dooi whin the blading
II iiitl fell upon tho clothing ol hot hus
band wlio wns coming to hoi lcllel. 'lite
shiicks of .Mi, and 51is. llanna atti.ieted
nciglibois, who with guat dillleulty e
tlliguishcd the Haines befoie the sulleiers
were fatally biiinid II is thought both
'I ii.ilineiil of I.lel.
Oitvwv O.xr , June!).-Ill the House ol
Commons vesteiduy 51 1. Wllficd Liuiiei,
u Fieuch Canadian uicmbei, lulled the
attention of the Government to thu oiutl
triatiiient lcpoilcd to beiullittcd upon
Kid in his imprisonment ut Ite-gina, Mi.
l.auriei thought (lint theio was no neces
sity loi Uitl's being niiiuaclcd with u bill
nnd chain attached to his unkle. Sir John
5Inc Donald pointed out tlio lack of.i sale
pliier ol'iiupiisoninent at ltigimi, but stid
thai ho would tolegi.ijih lor inhumation,
nnd ir ltiel wns treated witli unnccessiu
seveiily, the matter should bo lcmctlicd.
A Client Water Sjioiit.
dvivrsroN, Ti.f., June !. An Llpaso
special says that u v.utci spout burst in
the mountains eight leagues east or Lagos,
Mexico, Sunday, immense quantities of
water swept down the mountains desolat
ing the well-populated plains and valleys.
Aiie.tdy ono bundled lives are repoited
lost, and it is feaied that lullaccoiintswill
add to tlio nunibei. Many houses aio
swept uwaj. 1 heir is gic.it destitution
Auimiiiiii Skill Coiiiplliiii'iileil,
Xivv York-, Juno 0. The llrltlsh (my
eiuiueut has paid u high compliment to
nn Aiiic-iicun engineer by naming 51i. W.
W Kvans, civil engineer of tills city, us
one of a bonrd of engineers to icport iiou
plans furnished lor the consliuctlon of n
railway bridge !l,000 feet long nrioss tho
Hawktsbuiy Kiver, in New South Wales.
5lr. Kvaus is the Hist Amciicau cugiucer
ever named on a lhitlsh Government
lion C.iHcil INi.iped.
Cuicvoo. June 0. Tliestoi.v told by De
tective Wiley, that he was chloiol'oiiucd
on tlie d.ilu fioui Now York by hispiis
nun, J. J Culvert the ftuger, who thereby
ecoped iscontradicled It Is elalined that
Wiley di, ink too much whisky and that
thu his piisoner was enabled to escape.
'1 ho Chlcl oi Police thinks Hint Wiley was
tiled out hav Ing been up foi sev ei.il d iv
A Terillilo .llasKiicri' l.lkoly.
Dinvii! Coi., June 0 Tho Southern
Ulcsliavo lelt tlieii reservation in gieat
uumbcis.inil are thrcitening to prevent
stock men in I.aplnta County Itoni rouinl
lug up cattle on the ranges. TIpto Is
great danger to lite and pioptity of the
settlers Unless troops urr sent fiom Fort
Lewis thoie is likel.v lo be a terrible
A Mine lllouit Up.
Qur-.tr, I i.i , June 0. The sttlkc ol the
coal inluersnt lteaver, Mo., has resulted
In a disaster, 'lhe lnlno of I.ooinls ,v
Snivelywas blown up witli dynaniite,
causing gieat damage. There is no clue
to the purpetrators ot the deed, and It has
thus far been impossible to nuiLcu thoi
Dnr.piMi Isii'i:o ). mi-nts. Penults to
build have giantetl to Ncuiiteyer Page
toetect three stores on K, between Four
teenth nml Fifteenth streets, to cost $2)0,
John Fit7inoriis. lenalrstublo on lJound-
arv, between Fighth and: Ninth streets,
Puoi'Osvis For Ft'HNisiitvit Honsiss
The Commissioners liavo asked Mr 0 ir
linger of Hnorstown, Mil , nt what price
he can furnish them with lioi-os tor the
Fiie Department, weighing trout 1 lootu
1 l.'O pounds.
Wants Nc'ismk Anvtho Piufe-sui
Baud has notified the Uommis-uuueii th it
the accumulation of sand st,nvs it tho
mouth ot the Seventeenth snoot sewor
pievetlts the dlsilmrgooi the sewer Into
the uver and causes un oileiisivc chIji,
Captain Ferdlnan I F. d Couuey.
Thirtieth Iitfantiy, wns in tlmagu lad
Ftidtiy from lurl Wlujit , N v MsxivJ,
tiii: hoiisi: or ronmoNS uvavhkh
All AilJoiiiiiioeiitTiilieirilll I'rldiij 'llin
I'Kliller nml Ills IMInlslct's Itrslgp.
Coo-lllellllilo I'elllllbnlloil In IIiiiihIiii
(lull's '1 In- Silliiulloii Vei (liiiyn
Lomxin June Ii I he (loverninent was
drl'cntcd In the llouw of Coinmons last
evening on thr soeoml itiidlng of Iho bud
get be it voUiol WII ti)2-.
'I'reiiiciidous exciteiucnl was caused by
tlio(iiiiioiinceimnl of Iho result of tho di
vision, and 5fr. Gladstone Immediately
iiillourncd tho House, Thiify-niiie P.ir
iiellllrsantl all Ihc Conservatives voted
with the uiujoillv Mr Ghdstone tiiined
piilonnd nnvouslj clubbed his hands
when the result was announced, but soon
lieovercd his composure
Jlisl befoie the vole was taken hosald
In ii ply to Sir Slallbrd Norlbcoto and
others, that the Government woio com
jelled to raise money in view of tho lm
lending danger to the i-mpiic u d.ingtjr
whicli even now ho was unable to say had
j asscd nwav and tint they had to ciiooso
brtweni alcoholic liquors nnd tea nnd
ugnr 'lhcy woilld accept Iho issue nt
the vole as one ol Ille nnd death, mid they
did not nivythoso wlio ir they gained .i
victorv would havisto bear tlio conse
quences, fuMHizx Ti.K ro P v.
'Ihr ull-nlisohlug toplt todiv is list
ulglirdiftiit, and thcudlou ol 'the Jim
islry Isiimiouslviiwalteil. II i-mttiteil in
political circles tlint ii the Cabinet lesigns
Ihe'loiies will lcluso olliec, and that in
this eiucigciuy the Llbei.iN would e un
plcletlie Supply bill nnd drop nil othei
liir.isiiiis io which their is an) dicided
oiposiIon, and dissolve Parliament.
Ml ITIM Ut TIIKC VIlt.MT.
Mi. Iilailstonoaiiil his colleagues mel.V
noun to-day and leimiiucd In session liilly
oni hour nml ii-quaiter. Tho session is
said to have been n sioimy one. During
the silling it is said that nuiueioiis accus i
tions ami ru'iiiuiiiationswcie indulged in,
but it was unanimously ngiecd Unit tliero
wns no nltci native but to ipigunt once.
'Jliis step having been fully icsolvcd
upon, the mcmb.ii. ol tho Cabinet mo s ihl
tohavclndividiiallv tcndcicd their resig
nations to the piomi u, who will, itlscc
peeled, pioccctl to nuNor and tender
them, together with Ids own, to Her
5Iajcsty, the Qutcn, before iiiiutlurtwontr--four
boms hav r passed.
rm sni'VTioN niiwi'
'the political sitiiatlouls vicwidisbeing
utnvent tills time mid tlie news that tin
Cabinet bus decided to resign li.ise itised
ninth gloom in toiumeici.il und ilnaiici.il
cinlcs. On the Stock Kxohnnge a very
unsettled and shakv feeling pievails, anil
v nines have declined shaiplv. Consols
aio down llvc-sixtccnths, nn'tl Itussi in
bonds pet cent. Advices liom tlio
pioviueial eclinng(s icpoit n uilicli
l'Vltll VMI1XT VUI0VI1M n
In the House of Commons this eyi nlu
Mi. (iludstour moved an ailjoiiinm ut
until l'tiday, 'lhe motion was cm led,
anil the Uousoaceoidingly adjourned. A
siiullai motion was Hindu In tlie House of
I olds by Fail (-luuvllle, Scvutnv of
Slatr I'm Foreign Aflaiis, and a lopted.
'I his action is believed to beonooft'io
icsultsol to day's Cabinet meeting, nifd is
said to hnve been lakin foi tho puipose of
allow ing the members of the Cabinet time
loi nci feeling aiiangi'iiicnts foi vacating
tlit ii icsjiutivc oillccs and conleriiiu
wiih vaiituisotlicials with leg ml lo their
les'gnotioiis. 5lr. Gladstone looked anx
ious nnd i.ueworn wlien hearoso to m )vr
loi an adjournment, and seemed much
plii Vleuliiiil iisseils 'Hi "I (ior-
Ion Wns Not Killed.
Lo.Miorv, June it
"on ctliing ol u sensation lias beau
caused here by tho uccipt ol a dispitch
liom Calio, stilting (hnt a ( optic mcuhant
ivho-oiepiitatioii lor tiuth and honesty
cannot lie questioned, has just airived
thciolroin Khartoum, hiingliig the start
ling news that afici tho icbeli hid
foncd an entrance into that city,
nml alter the niass.ioro of tho
inhabit mis of that place, tho Maluli de
iiiandul his followers to pioduco the head
ofGeneral Gordon. Sonieottho.Mahtllleid
c is produced the head of u man whom tho
men bant nnys lie recognized as that of M.
Haiuals, tho lato Austrian vice consul at
Ileus-ert most positive!) th it no dice
of (iciidon i on M lie lound, ail
that he viewed the lemiins ol (.,..
crnl lanopean victims ol the inassi'Te,
iieisonallv- examined tho clothing of I'm
bodies when favorable oppoituiiity oi
fried and tailed to llnd any documents o
evidence of any kind to s.itlsfv him
that nuv ol thu botliis was tliorom lius of
the lamented Gordon, lie lurthri livers
most solrmnlv that it is his belief t.ut
Gordon had made good his o-ii.n
Sittllng lb,- (iiuut I.lbel Still.
London, .lune 1). The suit of 51r.
Chailes Mnrien Adams ngilnt Loid Cj1.
ridge has been compromised Lord ( ol -lldgcngiccs
to settle n v early Inco ne of
000 pounds on his daughter on tlie occa
sion of her mm Wage to Mr. Adams, nut
both Lord Coleridge and tho libel! m'
ngico to icfci all legal disputes to arbltri
l'e.iie liiiliiiou ( bin. i nml franco.
Pvuts, June 0. A loimal treaty of peico
between China and Fiance will Ik .!,; i 1
on Wtdnesthiv .
Svs Fnvxcisto, June 0. Oia-sm
rava ts in California n-u much loss si ri , .i'i
nt HrM suiipostil, Tho dninigcs ' e a '
them nrc mostly conllncd to the son '
t on ot the ban Joaquin Valley,
-.1 PatilJones, Nuw York, U at the "Nat xui
.folin K Ashe, assistant sunerliitfid f
pulilli works at Albany. Is at tin- M n
dtiifralilolm f, Pirko Is acting o
of Ihighiceis during the absent r . i ii
Mr Oeoice I.jnth the well kit n mi
agerfoi loe.lilIcii)ii, Is In the by vlsltin'i
parcnt-i foi a fuwila)-i
Xlrs. )liu It man of Washington In at V
mil oils on n visit to tho wlteof Captain tti
kiii-on .Mi s lluchaiian Ins a grandson in th
suretiiy. Mrs. and Mls Undleott i
Adjutant l.eneral Drum will leave foi NS
Point tomouow afteinouu to wltne-
Hon. Thomas Croxton, Vlrglwlu I W s--i
ell. New orkj Oooigo Van tump
orlt;W.P. llopMns, Maud-all T '
tharlcs ltleliards, Ponurjlvaiu , i
A.T Seidell. A II CVIemfin au.I II Un
New Vork, It Jl Mrothor. s-i V til A ll
Inwitiiee. I'lttsbuu Jnhn O'l mn - n
Mr..l. K lleiieh and I' 1' 11
aio at tl.o .National
-Mr lt-H-ldo-i. a isiltlmoi inn nut i
ofnyo vv l.o hnd not boon In ik Whit t'
since tieiierit Jnek-on ndn -' h w
smous the 1'ie.liloiit s eallois )uts.Ua,uua.
the leelptent of iiihiI.ihI utteiitlon
-MN Violence w longer, iliuslitor o'
Senntol O. I) loiuor leit asliliictou this
in lining foi Klinlerliook where show 111 letnan
for two oi thiee w 'is before leturuln tj
M'chlKiin whore she will iws tho summer,
Ueai Aclniliiil stemlili andwlfo, U 8 N ;
P.ijmastri.lohn 11 .veveu-nti.l 8. N.; Major
William indwell tv... laptidu C.eorgd W
Moore, I b. N..llr J lleil unddaunhtor, li.
H Is , lion J 1) larr, lal,, Hon WlUkwA..
M-Kehlp, 5ld , ft.o at tlo ijbbltt