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The Washington Critic.
17TH YEAH NO. 5,255.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., FBIDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1885.
PKICE TWO CENTS
DAIAG-ED BY EIRE.
ABOUT $4,000 WORTH
Ladies' Cotton and Cambric
Which will bo Sold
( Regardless of Cost.
Thcso Roods nro only slightly soiled, ond
will sell AM. (good mid Imd) AT AND BKLOW
COST to closo tlto cntlro stock out, compris
ing Night Dresses, Drawers, Chcml809,
Corset Covers (high and low neck),
Skirts, Combination Suits,
Bridal Trou8Soau and
R. H. TAYLOR,
93S Penna. Avonuo.
in the Camp
HAG-ED BY TS
ABOUT S4.000 WOR1 H
A-1;' 0-!'..)! ai4 Ci
i i. .'.T .....
For Children, Misses and
Tie Great Feast of -Low Prices
Mowers, Tips & Plumes
CUTTING DOWN PRICES
Lace Caps and Corsets.
Treble English Crape for
AT HALF THE VALUE.
You, gontlo rondors, don't miss tills goldou
opportunity. Wo Invito you most cordially,
boforo yurchnslug, to post yourself In' our
014 Seventh Slroot,
Woodward & Lotiiroi':
EVERYTHING MUST KEEP STEP AT
THE BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE.
What wo menu lstltlsi All goods, moro
or less, liuro their season, Whon tlio sea
son for n lino of good becomes somewhat
advanced mill the slnclciittllo largo wo In
crease tlio ilciiiiind nnd unload 1)' lower
ing the price.
When a lino moves slowly wo think
tlioro must bo something wrong. Wo In
crease tlio demand mid unload by lower
ing the price.
When wo can obtain an mlvnntago In
prlco liy buying In largo lots, wo do ho,
unci give our customers tlio bonndts by
liiurldiigthoimtln Kinall innrglnorprnllt.
When wo linvo n surplus of any lino of
goods, wo bullovo In unloading ntit prlco,
rather than carry It over, prororrlug to
open cncli season with an ontlro now
Wo bellovo everything, If In nay way
desirable, will soil AT A PllIOi:, and
also bellovo our customers appreciate
buying guilds at less than market value.
W bellovo wo strlko tlio right nolo In
saying wliutovor you buy of us, nt what
ever price, when you fool you would
rather have tlio money, return us tlio
A Reduction of $5 Each on
Emb'cl Pongee Robes
Without comment, wo will only say wo liavo
Too .Many, nnd Tliey Must bo Sold.
It) yds material.
ltf. yds narrow Emb.
'US yds wldo Uinli.
Former I'rlco. Hlirplus Stook Prlco.
s2u.n0 to siB.no
j'jt.'jr, to siD.'-ir,
Sun.no to s20.no
Si3.75 to S20.7ti
Surplus Stock of Children's
Mitts. We have a surplus
stock of Children's 4-button
length Silk Mitts, lace wrists,
excellent value at first price,
but we have too many. They
must be sold.
Colors Mode, tan, flesh, ecru, pink, blue, ycl"
low, wlilto nnd cream.
Regular pi Ico !Vo
Surplus Stock Prlco -5u
Surplus Stock of Men's
China Silk Handkerchiefs.
We have a surplus of 2 lines
China Silk Handkerchiefs,
Inch, to effect their early
sposal, we make the fol
wing reductions :
)no lot QO-lnch Men's China. Silk Horn
tched Handkerchiefs, hand-embroldorcdeor-,-s,
In fancy designs.
Regular prlco $1.00
Surplus Stock prlco Too
Inolot of 21-Inch Men's China Silk Hand
;chlcfs, lmndsomoly hand-ombroldcrod on
1 corners, In neat designs.
ltcgtilnr price St.25
Surplus Stock Di-lco Sl.ou
IDIES' UNDERWEAR DEPT.
Specials in Corsets. We
'lijsire to call attention to an
elegant stock of Corsets, in
American and imported, com
("ising the most reputable
: "id celebrated makes known.
We quote the following:
100 doz Kxtra Flno Gorman Woven Corsets,
scalloped top, warranted hot bono, perfect
shape, only SI per pair.
Summer Corsets, Our Celebrated "Zephyr"
Corset, made from firm linen canvas, only 7oo
pel pair; Inst season's prlco 85o.
Two Excellent Values in
First no doz Ladles' Flno Cumbria Drawors,
cnmbrlo nifllo nnd hem, with four wldo tucks
nbovo, elegant quality; worth d(lc only WAo.
Second no dozen Misses' Corded Corset
Waists, nil sizes; only noo each.
Bustles and Dress Improv
ers Attention is called to
our superb stock of Wire,
Lace, Tampico', Haircloth,
Wireless and Grass Cloth
Bustles and Improvers, in an
almost indescribable variety
of shapes and kinds, from
25c. to $2 each.
no doz Ladles' Flno Wired Cloth Iltistlos,
splendid shapo, worth 7no only OI)o. each.
(Second floor ; tuko tho olovator.)
Embroideries and Flounc
ings Customers find It very couvenlont to
bo comfortably seatod In our Embroid
ery Dcpaitmcnt, on tho second floor,
out of tho way of tho passing crowd, In
nuking their selections of those goods,
Wo have norcr before, In tho sumo
spacooftlmo, sold so many Embroid
eries as during tho past ten days, which
Is a convincing proof that wo uro In
deed offering tho best values possibly
In connection with the Sur
plus Stock reductions in this
department, previously ad
vertised, we offer the follow
ing additional extraordinary
1 Lot of ltMuoh Flno Swiss Flouncing, 7
Inches of cloth and (I of embroidery, uctually
worth tine, only no por yard.
1 Lot of 10-lnch Fiuo Swiss Financings, em
broidery o Inches deep, actually worth SI,
only 7no per yard.
1 Lot of 15-Inch Flno Swiss Financings, em
broidered pattern, 20 Inches deep, reduced
from Sl.no to $1 per yard.
11-Inch French Cambric, flno nnd sheer, In
pink, cream, gendarme, tan, sky blue nnd
navy, only jro por yard; two widths of Edg
ings und All-over to matoh.
M-lnch Navy Hluo llatlsto.only !5o por yard;
ft widths of narrow edgings to match, em
broidered In white, red nnd rod nnd whltocom
blneil, at !l."e. (IDo nnd S I .no nor yard.
1 choice patterns of 21-Inch Swiss All-Over,
actually worth S.'i!i, only $1 per yard.
Wo. also call attention to an elegant line of
l'ongeo Embroideries, All-Overs, etc., In choice
(Second floor ; tako tlio olovator.)
NOTE. Customers leaving tho city rocolvo
tho same attention through our mail-order de
partment us could bo secured In person.
WOODWARD & LOTpP,
Boston Dry Goods Housa,
odnb mica oxsrirsr,
921 Pa. Avo. 012 D Stroot.
OVVIOTATj AND UNOFFICIAL IN AND
AUOtlT THi: DF.rAKTMF.NTtf.
Tlio President 'h Callers To-day New Vir
ginia 1'ostiunstcrs Minister Cnx In tlio
City Tlio Dolphin to Make Another
Trial Trip Now Orlcnns Colloctortdilp.
Tho President mailo tlio following ap
S.vMUT.r, L. Oiiauam, lo bo marshal for
tho western district of Virginia. .
n lli Outlook For I'liolrrn.
Tlio Secretary of tho Treasury has ill
reeled tho revenue marine cutters on tho
Atlantic coast to keen n sharp lookout
from tho Now England coast to tho Vlr-
fjnla capes to prevent tho arrival of any
Alt Klglit In MUsonrl.
, Judge Buckncr of Missouri said lo-dav
to Tin; Crime reporter: "Missouri is all
right. Wo think out there that tho Presi
dent is doing admirably. There is no dis
content." Judgo Ruckiicr, who arrived
Inst night, will bo in tho city for two or
Now Virginia I'ostiuiistpi-4.
The Postinastcr-Ocneral Into yesterday
afternoon appointed thirty-eight fourth
class postmasters, among whom wore the
following in Virginia: T. A. Dcavor,
Drownsburg: W. Jt. Brown, Lawklns
Vnclorv: Joel Kendall, Callaghuii9': and
J. A. Ilcsson, Walker's Ford.
The Clinic Iiivcitigiilloii.
Ill the investigation of Architect Clark
to-dav cx-Rcprcsentativo George W.
Murc'h testified that ho would have re
jected much of tho material in the Capitol
terraces and approaches, and had ho been
a sworn Government inspector ho would
have refused to accept most of tho work.
;illlili.lcr t'lii'n "Mrninl Snlanin."
Hon. S. S. Cox, who is in tho city, will
remain until Monday or Tuesday. Ho
sails in about ten days for Constantinople
on the Gallia. Ho is waiting before leav
ing the city to make his "grand 'salaam,"
ho snvs, to President Clovelandand Secre
tary Bayard. Mr. Cox's friends may keep
him hero longer than ho intends to stay.
All Kx-roiiNiil'n ltelemc.
News lias been received at tho State De
partment of tho release of Mr. Charles
Vanbokkclcn, a United Stotes citizen ond
formerly Consul of Hayti in Now York,
who litis been kept in prison for over a
year in defiance of international treaty
obligations. Ho is a nephew of Uov. L.
Vanbokkclcn of llull'alo, and his father
resides In Now York.
Tlio Dolphin to Try It Asml'i.:
Secretary Whitney has telegraphed to
Captain llelknap, the president of the
board appointed to inspect the Dol
phin, stating that tho trial trip
made yesterday was not in accordance
with his orders. It was not in a heavy
sea, nnd was therefore valueless. An
other trial trip will bo held next week
unless Captain Belknap is entirely satis
fied with the test already made.
Tin- Now OrlomiH CollertorAlilp.
Regarding tho New Orleans collector
ship, tho Washington correspondent of tho
Times-Democrat says: "It is understood
that if a change be made the appointment
will go to ox-Senator Jonas. Tho Presi
dent has heretofore hesitated to remove
General Bndgeron account of his excellent
record, nnd also, it is believed, becauso
Badger has, through his father, inllucntial
Mugwump backing at Boston. Tho Im
pression seems general, howovor, that tho
determination has been readied to make- a
Kx-t'oiigi-Okaiiiiin .lonl( 3fintloiu-il.
Secretary Lamar yesterday afternoon
telegraphed to ox-Congressman G. A.
Jenks of Pennsylvania to como to tills
city on business. Tho report went around
that Mr. Jenks was to bo tho additional
Assistant Secretary of tho Interior pro
vided for by tho last Congress. Promi
nent olllcials of the Interior Department
to-day denied that report. They say that
Mr. Jenks was telegraphed for upon busi
ness altogether unconnected with tho of
llco mentioned, and upon n matter in
which more is no puiutc interest.
Tlio 1'ronlilL-iit'H Culler.
Tho President's callers to-day included
Senators Conger and Call, Representatives
Morrison, Nceco, Lo Kevro, Collins, Ward,
Andcion and Kindlay, ox-ltepresentativo
Singleton, tho Commissioner!! of Pensions
and Agriculture, Governor Stockley of
Delaworc, ex-Senator Johnston and 'Gen
oral Joseph K. Johnston, Itensselnor Stone,
Reginald Fcndall, Judgo Davidge, G. A.
Jenks, Bishop Andrews, delegations of
Cincinnati city olllcials, and others from
Indiana and Iowa.
Tlio WiiIch I'oitrt-H urllnl.
In tlio Wales court-martial to-day,
Magnus S. Thompson, file cleric of the
Navy Department, testitied to the weekly
returns of sales made, and that ho fs
custodian. Mr. Walker was recalled and
while ho was on tho stand u recess was
taken. Aftor the recess ex-Surgeon-General
Wales was called to tho stand.
He stated that when ho came into olllco
ho was obliged to rely upon Carrigan
and Kirkwood for nil informa
tion relating to tho business
all'airs of tlio bureaus. His testimony was
mainly in reference to reforms which ho
hud elleeted while Surgeon-General.
Tlio Now Jlollor nt tlio lti-uvei'?Iliil,
William Staplcton. who lias just been
appointed inciter of tho mint at llenver, is
tho present editor of tho ltoeky Mountain
News, Thrco years ago Mr. Stanleton
camo to this city as correspondent for tho
St. Louis Globe-Vemocrut, with which
poiier ho had been connected as editorial
writer. While hero ho accepted a news
paper ofllco at Butte City, Montana, and
thenco removed to Denver. He succeeded
Sylvester Nichols, an appointee, aim po
litical friend of Senator Toller, who was
appointed Inst winter to succeed Jack
Dormer, a friend of ox-Ropresentatlvo
Belford, who fought Mr. Teller in his con
test for tho United States Senate. Dormer
was also connected with the St. Louis
Qlobc-Vcmocrat some years ago.
Tlio till! nt llolli't.
Colonel Batchelder, deputy quarter-niaslor-gencral,
yesterday received tho
Grant trophies, medals, swords, jewels,
documents, etc., from Colonel and Mrs,
Grant, and they wero packed for ship
ment to Washington, I'lie list includes
a sword presented to Grant after the fall
of Port Donelson and carried In hu1is.u
qucnt battles, a sword voted to him at a
New York fair, a sword presented by cit
izens or Illinois after tho battle of Chatta
nooga, a silver trowel used In laying the
corner-stono of tlio Now York Museum of
Natural History, field-glasses carried dur
ing tho war, canes iimdo from timber of
tho Merrlmac, of Forts Sumter and Du
quesue, from tho homo of Sir Waltor
Scott and presented by tho residents of
various cities, uniform as General of tlio
Army, shoulder-straps, buttons, orna
ments, etc, worn in various battles, a gold
medal presented by Congress for opening
weapons, etc, presented to General (Irani
during his tour around tho world, and at
Minor mill l'oroomil.
Secretary Bayard returned to tho city
to-day and was at tho Stato Department.
Tho Naval Board of Inspection liasgono
to Norfolk to inspcot ;tho receiving-ship
The purchase of sliver bullion for coin
age Into standard dollars, by tho super
intendents of tlio minis at San Francisco
and Carson City will bo discontinued aftor
W. A. Williams of Baltimore, who Is
urged for Minister to Liberia, is a mes
senger in tho Pratt Library.
Captain 0. F. Sawyer, chief of the
Agents' Division in tho Pension Olllco, has
resigned to go into business in Denver.
The Postmaster-General has ordered an
Increase of postal service from Glymont to
Phgah, Md., from thrco to six times por
General Tannctt of Washington Terri
tory, a graduate of West Point and a dis
tinguished officer during the lute war, was
n candidate for the governorship of the
Tho sea trial of tho Dolphin yesterday
was successful in every respect, tho speed
attained was Ine.xcossof tho requirements,
nnd all tho conditions wero fully com
Tho President Is said to have refused to
nppoint his brother-in-law, Mr. Bacon of
'Jolcdo, as superintendent of a public
building on account of his unwillingness
to appoint a relative.
One of the questions considered by tho
Cabinet yesterday was in regard to tho dis
tribution oftbo $100,000 appropriated for
tho hcnclH of American steamships en
gaged in tlio foreign mail service,
Secretory Bayard is expected lo dispose
of the Italian mission at an early date.
Among tho candidates aro three promi
nent Illinolsnns Judge Lambert Tree,
Hon. W. II. Condon and Judge Lyle
Postmaster Vcazcy of Baltimore, finding
that tho rapid extension of the carriers
system in that city bos cramped tho post
olllco for room, has requested tho Depart
ment to provide him with moro com
Secretary Manning has asked Appraiser
.moo re, at rniiaucipma, to explain tits
action in regard to tho appraisement of
certain invoices of silks, whereby tbov
were undervalued through what fs
claimed to be neglect of duty.
Tho appointment of Gcorgo A. Wilson
as collector of Internal revenue for tho
fifth Illinois district was mado upon tlio
request of all tho Illinois' Democratic
Members of Congress, Wilson is n good
lawyer, and was a bravo Union soldier.
Tho Secretary of the Treasury lias
called upon tho District Commissioners to
look out for tho pauper family shipped
from Pittsburgh to tlio caro of Secretary
Manning, and to secure their return, if
deemed advisable, to Boston, where thoy
wero improperly permitted to land.
Considerable opposition having devel
oped to tho appointment of Mr. J, A.
George of Texas to be inspector of fraudu
lent land entries, and charges having been
made against him, Mr. George has ten
dered his resignation in order that Secre
tary Lamar may have tho fullest oppor
tunity to investigate tho matter,
Tlio Treasury committee appointed to
superintend tho destruction of tho plates
used for printing District 3.G5 percent,
bonds and other securities of tlio District
have renortcd to tho Socrctnrv of tho
Treasury that tho plates wero delivered to
the committee' on Wednesday, and wero
taken to tho iron foundry of Pettlt &
Dripps, where they were melted.
Tlio latest rumor about tlio General
Land Olllco is that one of tho special
agents of the Department recently ap
peared In this city under an assumed
name and without proper authority, and
was shielded by ono of tho chiefs of di
vision. Tho attempted deception being
discovered and no satisfactory explanation
forthcoming, Commissioner Sparks will
doubtless bo compelled to issue several
peremptory writs of ejectment.
A circular letter has been prepare:! for
the benefit of olllce-scekers, giving some
Instuictlons as to tlio proper niodo of
making applications for positions. The
letter contains tlio following clause: "I
have to say that to secure attention to an
application for appointment a particular
position should bo named. AVhcn this is
done tho papers nro tiled in the proper De
partment, and when the matter of the ap
pointment is to bo determined the names
of the candidates and a brief of their in
dorsements aro laid beforo tho President
by tho head of tho Department."
Tho following changes took efl'ect yes
terday in tho Qurtermastcr-Qoncral's of
fice: Georgo W. White, G, W. Giddons, J.
II. Frank, Henry Sydam and Charles Mc-
to tho assistant messengers' roll; Charles
Wilton ond Patrick Wall, from assistant
messengers to messengers: Michael Do
lanthy, from laborer to watchman; Frank
0. Foster, from watchman to assistant
messenger; II. W. Smith. Iowa, promoted
from $1,000 to $1,200, civil service; Robert
K. Fugitt, from $1,000 to $1,200 nnd F. M.
Schreiner, from class 3 to class 1. Tho fol
lowing clerks wero discharged: G. Stone,
N. Davidson, J, B. Tanner, A. Hubble,
Gcorgo Lncointo. Josephine .larocka. J, G.
Nokes, Lafayette Sykes, Win. Wintius,
Alexander Thompson and Martha K. Gil
mer, "Homo ltulo" In tho District.
The Commissioners stated to a Cmncre
porter to-day In regard to District ap
pointments that they .would go to Alaska
to get men if it was necessary. They
would givo the preference, howovcr, to
District men. In tho matter of
tlio public school superintendent
they ollercd tho position to a District
man, who declined it. Tlio field to select
from was limited, and they had to go out
side. Kducatloiial afliiirs wore in such a
demoralized condition that it was neces
sary to get a competent person.
DlBTRIOT GOVERNMENT NEWS.
B.mi-Room Licenses. Bar-room licenses
have been granted to Frank MoIIenry
and M. It, Leahy.
Builpino iMl'iiovKMKKTB, A pcmiltlias
been granted to Robert Boyd to erect two
dwellings corner Second ond G streets.
An Am.f.v to nr. Paved, Alley in squaro
759 will bo paved on condition that tho
property owners pay for tlio labor, tho
District ollcrlng to furnish tho material.
Wymk Stiieet. The Commissioners
have grouted permission to tho Washing
ton Brick Machine Company to closo an
alley in squaro 1003 and open n street
through tho square which is to bo known
as Wylie street.
Tin: Dibtmct'h Accounts. Tlio Commis
sioners watted on the Secretary of tho
Treasury to-day and requested that bal
ances bo struck In certain transactions in
volving tho District and tlio United States,
so as to show how thoy stood.
An Opinion Wanted. Secretory Tin
dall has addressed tho following to Attor
ney Riddle: "The attention of the Com
missioners having been called to tho ques
tion of their authority to appoint a person
to on ofllco to bo held and exercised under
them, and to make their selection of tho
person so appointed from among tho citi
zens of tlio United Stotes generally,
wherever they may deem It to tho best
advantage of tho public Interest con
cerned, they direct mo to say that they
would he obliged to you for your viows
upon tliis question."
"Six Month Out or Hull."
Under tho above caption the Las Voas,
Now Mexico, Optio contains a column
article for which its writer, It. A. Klitlor,
mo cuiior oi mo paper, received $i,uuu.
The money was paid bv a wealthy stock
man named J. W. Lynch as a wager that
tho editor of tho Optio could not, or would
not, abstain entirely from tho use of In
toxicating liquors for a period of six
months, tlio agreement being that if Ivistler
won tho bet ho was to make a public
acknowledgement of the fact through tho
columns of his paper, Ho held out faith
fully and won the money which, as beforo
stated, was promptly paid last Thursday.
OUR WAR GALLERY.
CAPTAIN J A MUS V. OVMTISU Ol
A Slirtcliof This rnmoii Military Organ
ization and It I'reHi-iit Commanding
O Ulcer A Popular Gentleman, Kxcol
leiit Cltl.en, Accoiiipllihed Soldier und
The National Rlllcsof this city enjoys
both a local and national reputation as a
first-class military organization, In tho
several extended tours It has mado to
various sections of tlio United States, It
has won golden opinions for itself and
made a record that has received both com
mendation and pralso from all military
It is one of the finest drilled commands
in the country. It won tlio champion
JAMES I OVSTI'.It.
colors at the Garfield fair December 1, 1832.
The personnel of tho organization Is mot
excellent, tho membership being composed
of tlio representative young men of the
It was organized Juno (J, 1 850, tlio
charter members consisting of thirty
gentlemen, who demitted from tho Wash
ington Light Infantry for that purpose.
In tlio short space of llvo years it lias ex
pended $0,000 for uniforms, and erected a
beautiful armory building costing, with
tho ground, $10,000. Its social standing
has received generous recognition, while
as a military body it hits few equals and
no superiors. A greater part of the suc
cess the command has achieved is largely
duo to tho energy and interest exhibited
In its wclfaro by tlio coterie of military
galaxies, Captain James 1-. Oyster, Lieu
tenants Joseph O, Manion, Georgo W.
Kvnns and William C. Kcccli, who will
ho tlio subject of sketches in tlio military
gallery of The Ciutio.
Captain Oyster is a nat'vo of Washing
ton, and is 33 years of ago. Ho was edu
cated at tlio Rfttcnhotise Academy, corner
Third street and Indiana avenue, Ho is
of medium height, florid complexion and
rotund llgure. Ho is a member of tiio
commission linn of Georgo M. Oyster &
Sons. Hu is gifted with the necessary
qualities that moko a good commanding
olllcer, and is a most agreeable and accom
plished gentleman. Ho is well and favor
ably known to tho residents of Washing
ton, whoso confidence and respect he
He is ono of the best of good-natured
bachelors, and is a strong attraction with
tlio marriageable girls, among whom lie
delights to while away ids leisure hours.
Ho is familiarly called "Geo" by Ids asso
ciates and friends, and his bright sunny
smiles nnd kindly disposition liavo con
tributed much toward promoting tho hap
piness of his army of acquaintances. Ho
is beloved by the members of his coin
maud, who ore over ready and willing to
follow his lead in every undertaking. He
is a firm disciplinarian and an excellent
tactician, and was born to command, and
it is to his energy and perseverance that
much of tlio Rifles' success is duo. Ho
was in command of the company when it
iimdo its grand tour through tho West nnd
Northwest last year, nnd his management
ofthosamo brought honor and credit to
himself nnd his company.
THE OHIO REPUBLICANS,
iludgo I'ornloir Nominated Tor Gov
ernor mid Heavy Wool Dulles Urged.
The Ohio Republican convention yes
terday nominated Judgo Joseph 1). For
akcrfor governor on tho first ballot by a
voto of -1(504- The nominations of Gen
eral Robert P. Kennedy for lieutenant
governor, Judgo Georgo W. Mcllvalno
tor supremo judgo, and John C. Brown of
Jefferson, for treasurer, wero by acclama
tion, J. A. Kohler of Summit "was nomi
nated for attorney-general, and Wells T.
Jones of Pike, for hoard of public works.
Tho platform adopted declares that
tho Democratic party owes its vic
tory of last fall to tho willful
suppression of tho ballot, favors tho
enforcement of the eight-hour law and u
protective tarlll' In opposition to a turlll"
lor revenue only; urges heavier duties on
wool importation, condemns tho action
of tho Administration in lowering tlio
Notional Hag In honor of tho memory of
tho lute Jacob B. Thompson, denounces
"the elevation to Important and honora
ble olllccsof tho Government of unre
pentant rebels, tho administration of
President Cleveland for Its general dis
crimination in tho appointments so far
mado against Union soldiers and in favor
of men who fought against tho Union."
The platform claims for the Republican
party the credit of tho chil-sorvlco law,
but gives no meed of pralso to the Admin
istration for enforcing it.
Intending ICiPit Capitol .Street.
Superintendent Stoutonburg of tho
Washington Asylum was engaged nil day
removing the construction railroad tracks
ami (lump cars to r.asi lapuoi street,
which wero lately used by tho work
house gang in grading Pennsylvania
avonuo ond 11 street southeast.
This beautiful street In tho F.astom sec
tion is to bo graded by tho samo labor,
(hero being no money appropriated by
Congress nor likely to bo for some years to
coiuo for tho purpose Tho work will bo
commenced ut Thirteenth street, east of
Lincoln Park, ami continued to the F.ast
ern Branch, cutting from ami filling from
ono Inch to twenty feet,
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ill 'S'k I
THE INDIANS "TREED."
The JlcilnkliiK .Surrounded by Troops mid
Alt Means of Kscnpo (Jut Oil.
Tomdhtone, Aiiiz., Juno 12. A courier
who has Just arrived from the Mule
Mountains, twenty miles south of here,
after arms, ammunition and provisions,
slates that A. T. Johns of this place, who
is captain of a citizens' party of tblrty-flvo
men, and Lieutenant Richards, with n
company of twcnty-llvo cavalry, struck a
fresh troll Wednesday night, and yester
day camo upon the Indians in the Mulu
Mountains and have surrounded them,
and it Is thought the savnges cannot es
cape. Tho courier was sent hero post
hosto for re-en forcoinents. Two buck
boards have left with twenty moro men
from hero and twenty from Bisbco. Green
and Roberts, in tlio San Pedro Valley,
hove rounded up oil their horses anil
taken their families, men and horses into
Ochoavlllo for safely. There Is but ono
company of twenty-live soldiers in this
county and at least ten bauds of Indians.
Tho Tombstone citizens expect a light to
day. Railroad tralllo Is entirely sus
pended. A Sliver Mine Wrecked.
Z.ci:c.vtah, Mux., Juno 12. Twelve
miles from here Is situated tho celebrated
Santo Feburclo do Lavela Grande mine,
that has produced ever since tlio Spanish
conquest, yielding untold millions of
silver during that time. Within the past
few years it lias been newly doveloped and
lilted throughout with tho most costly
modern machinery. Yesterday morning
an explosion occurred. Flvo hundred
cases of giant powder had gonu oil" by
some means unknown. Ten persons were
killed outright and as many more
wounded, 1 lie mine nnd everything near
It was a coniplclo wreck,
A Wonderful ICsenpe.
Palestine. Tex.. Juno 12. Whllestani'i-
Ing near the depot about t o'clock yester
day morning, passenger engine No. 7157 of
the International A: Great Northern II. It.
exploded her boiler with tcrrlllo force.
Fireman Wilcox was tho only person on
the engine at tho time, and ho miracu
lously escaped with o few slight hurts.
A very heavy piece of tho engine was
found a hundred yards distant on top of a
house whore it shattered the roof. The
total loss is $10,000.
Suit Against Killttu- Ford.
New York, Juno 12. Miss Susan Gal
lagher, who was the companion of O' Don
nell when ho shot Carey, tho Phomlx
Park informer, lias begun an action in
Brooklyn against Patrick Pord, editor of
tho Irish World, to recover $2,500, which
she alleges lie had in trust for her. Ford
says Miss Gallagher is not entitled to a
cent; that she is not a relative of O'Dou
nell's. and that ho gove her $00 out of
charity of his own free will.
Archbishop llonrget's ltumnlns.
Montiieai,, Juno 12. Tho remains of
Archbishop Bourget woro brought In pro
cession composed of 3,000 or 4,000 people
nnd clergy from Sault-Au-Rccollet to
Montreal. The funeral servico took ploco
at tho Hotel Dieu, two miles from tho
city. The route of the procession was
thenco to tho Cathedral of Notre Dame.
Over 30.000 people passed in and around
thecollln otter it had been deposited in
How a I'orger Kscnpuil.
Toiionto, Juno 12. Toronto detectives
yesterday received information Hint Cecil
Beebo, tho forger from Portland, Oregon,
who was remanded hero for extradition,
had slipped away from the Pinkerton de
tectives who hail him in charge. The ex
tradition warrant was withdrawn on ac
count, it is stated on good authority, of
Beebes mother, who resides in Boston,
promising to mnko good tlio amount of
her son's shortage.
I'li'ico l'lii) In London.
London, Juno 12. A fire broke out this
afternoon in the building In which tho in
ventors' exhibition is being held at South
Kensington, and tlio flames aro now rag
ing fiercely. It is feared that the building
may be wholly destroyed.
London. Juno 12. Tho lire in the Exhi
bition building is still raging. Tho entire
section devoted to tlio exhibits from India
has been totally destroyed. There were
but few visitors in tho butlding.
Ilr.nr.iN, Juno 12. Tho Gorman New
Guinea Company is preparing for an ex
pedition to Kmperor Willllam's Land and
the Bismarck Archipelago.
Pauis, Juno 12. Tho bill lo appoint a
commission to examine tlio lluonccs of
Franco has been killed by the Chamber of
Deputies, 320 to 00.
A Detective Disgraced.
Ciiicaoo, Juno 12. Olllcer James Wiley,
who allowed tho forger J. J. Calvert to es
cape from him on a train between Now
York and Chicago, has sent in hisic ig
uotion, and it has been accented. Ho
has been on tho detective force for 15 years.
Tampa, Fi.a., June 12. Millard and
Anderson, two of tho Sara Sota murderers,
were found guilty or murder in tlio llrst
degree Wednesday. Bacon was found not
guilty. There is great excitement and tho
people aro dissatisfied with tlio verdict.
A Prominent Knllroad Man Dead.
IllVlNOTON-ON-TllE-HUIiSON. N. Y.. JllUO
12. President Rultor of tlio New York
Central Railroad died at his residence hero
General (Irani Unusually Comfortable.
New Yoisk, Juno 12. General Grant
was reeling unusually comfortable this
The City I'o-tnunlendilp.
Postinastcr fieneral Vilas was asked to
day bvti Clime reporter if anything had.
been done in regard to thouitypotniaster
shlp. 'No," was tho reply, "the only thing In
that connection is the receipt ol tho vari
ous applications for thophico."
"Has it been determined When a change
shall bo made?"
"No; the matter has not even come up
for consideration and I could not tell for
my lil'o when It is likely to."
The Cadets' Last Dinner.
Tho bill of faro at tho graduates' dinner
includes graduates' soup, cucumbers, mixed
pickles, roast veal (stuffed), green peas, mashed
potatoes, baked potatoes. Ice cream, cake, anil
strawbcrrlos INow Yoik Trlbuuo.
Kx-Consrcssmaii llagloy of New York U nt
Itonrcscntntlvn Ooorgo A. Jenks of Illinois
arrived tit Wlllard's today.
General Logan called at the Interior Do
partnietit to-day nnd saw Secretary Lamar.
Jlelvillo K. Stone, owner and editor of tho
Chicago AVmv, Is stopping at tho Kbbltt
Sirs. V. Kratiso of (Jl South Carolina avo
nuo southeast, after an absence of ten mouths
In Kuropo, returned to tho city yesterday.
Among tlio degrees conferred at Johns
Hopkins University lust oveiilnir was that of
llaehclor of Arts on Harry V. Prlco of this
-J. II. Holland. Va.; I.. II. Yolllont, St. Louis;
51. i:. (inngh.'iin, Wllkcs-llarre, I'u.j.I. Cooper,
Mt. Vernon. Ohio, and K. (t. Steeloy, JJ. Y-,
nvont the National.
Senator Logan will visit Atlantlo City on
tlio until Instuut, where ho will remain for
about a month, lie will attoml tho encamp
ment of tho (Srand Annv of tho Itopubllo at
Portland, Maine, on the 'Jlst Instant.
Mr. V. 15. Crist, who won so many tro
phies in tho recent bloyelo tourniunotit In this
city, will, with two or three other local bloyelo
ineii. go over to llaltlmoro to compete for tho
ori'ii for all" bloyelo pi Izos at tho first moot
that the Uultimviv men have held.
Mil GLADSTONE OUT.
thi:o,ui:i:n aoowts thu r.rmutAr.
Lord Salisbury Designated to Form tlio
Now Tory Cabinet The l'ltriiolllto.
Courting mi Alliance With tlio Con
servatives For ironic ICulu Interests 111
London, Juno 12. It has now been pos
itively ascertained thai tho Marquis of
Salisbury secretly left for Balmoral at
midnight last night, and tho belief Is grow
ing that tho Queen has finally decided on
accepting tho resignations of tho Liberal
ministers, and entrusting tho formation
ofo Tory Cabinet lo Lord Salisbury, Tlio
secrecy which attended his lordship's de
parture was probably duo to a desire on
the partof Her Majesty for a porfect'un
derstandlng with the Conservative leaders
before olllclally accepting Mr. Gladstone's
resignation. No positive announcements
will, however, bo mado beforo the meet
ing or Parliament to-night. Tho Parnell
ites aro taking advantage of the present
situation, and nro urging Conservative)
leaders to adopt a homo rule poiiov for
Ireland and thus forestall tho Liberals In
London, June 12. Lord Granville, Sec
retary of Stato for Foreign Allairs, on
nounccd In tho House of Lords this
evening that tho Queen had accepted tho
resignations of the membcrsof thoCablnct,
nnd had ordered Lord Salisbury to form it
the conhkp.vative i.eadei:.
Right Hon. Robert Arthur Talbot Gas
roignu Cecil, Marquis of Salisbury, w.is
born in 1830, and represented the Bbroimh
of Stamford in the Conservative interest
from 1K3.1 until he succeeded to the Mnr
quisate by the death of his father in 18'H.
Ho took an active part in nil
public measures which affected tlio
interests or tho Established Church and
In tho leading Church uf England in
stitutions. In July, lfeOO, Lord Dcnby
appointed him Secretory or Stato for
India, which post he resigned in March.
1H)7, on account or their dllloronco of
opinion regarding tlio Reform bill.
In 1800 ho wiis elected Chancellor or tho
University or Oxford. Ho was iiuoIm nn-
luiuieu occieuiry oi isiaiu lor imua ny
Jisraeli In February, 187-1. In 1870 ho
represented Kiiglond nt tlio conference of
Constantinople, and left there becauso tun
Sultan refused to accept tho proposals of
tho Powers regarding tlio government of
tho provinces. On April 2. 187S, Disraeli ap
pointed hint Secretary of State Tor For
eign Affairs, and ho at once wrote a mem
orablo dispatch, enunciating tho policy of
the Government on the Eastern question.
In conjunction with Disraeli ho repre
sented England ot tho Congress or Berlin,
which settled tho questions growing out of
tho war between Russia and Turkey.
TEEMER TO HANLAN.
Tho I'ltlsbiirg Oarsman Challenged
PiTTBiiuitti, Juno 12. John Teenier, ac
companied by his backer. Richard Voile
of Mclvcesport, called at tho Leader otlleo
to-day und, after depositing $500 with tin
editor as a forfeit, issued a challenge to
Edward Hanlau, champion oarsman of
America and ex-champion of tlio world,
to row a roco of either four
or flvo miles for from $1,000 to $5,000
a side and tho championship of America;
or five races, each of $1,000 a side, at tho
following distances : One three miles,
ono of thrco nnd a-half miles, ono of four
miles, one of four ami n-half miles and ono
of five miles. The above to bo rowed
on any waters tiint may bo agreed
upon. Teenier names cither tho Pittsburg
Leader, New York Clipper, or tho Boston
Herald as final stakeholder. The race to
take place as early ns possible, but at such
time ns suits Hanlau. This being tho
fourth challenge, and in view of tho belief
of many that Ilaulan is afraid to row
Teenier, it will require Ids prompt accept
ance to change this belief.
A Tunnel Caves In.
ClIATTANOOUA, TeN.V., JtlllO 12. TilO
new river tunnel on tlio Cincinnati South
ern Railway, 100 miles above this city,
caved in last night while a construction
train crowded with railroad hands was
passing through. Six men wero killed
outright and twenty others seriously ond
perhaps ratally injured. Some of tlio
bodies cannot be readied for twenty-four
In ltTol's Iteliulf.
Ottawa, Ont Juno 12. Archbishop
Tnclio, who arrived from tlio Northwest u
few days ago, is to bo joined shortly by
Bishop Grandiif of Saskatchewan, who
comes to urge executive clemency for
Kiel. Members of Parliament represent
ing Quebec constituents, aro putting forth
every effort to save Riol's neck, and tlio
impression prevails that they will succeed.
Mike" McDonald's Intentions.
Ciiicaoo, Juno 12. "Miko" McDonald,
known os o politician and gambler, de
clares that ho is going to Europe July 1,
to bo gone three mouths. A morning
paper says ho will take two or thrco
expert gamblers with him, and the party
win iniiKO a tour oi uio watering places ou
Providing Against the Cholera.
Piiii.apem'iiia, Juno 12. Tho councils
have granted tho petition of tho Board of
Health and others to erect a frame build
ing ou tlio grounds of the Episcopal Hos
pital, to bo used for cholera patients in
the event of the epidemic, visiting this
Indictments Against Ward,
New Youk. Juno 12. Justice Barrett
has set down the trial or Ferdinand Ward
for grand larceny for noxt Thursday.
Thoro are so many indictments against
Ward, it will bo dillicult to determine ip
on which ono to try him llrst.
Tito Vale-lliirvarit Ita.o.
New Haven, Conn., Juno 12. -The dafo
of the Yale-Harvard four-milo straight
away race on tlio Thames Rlvor has been
definitely fixed for Friday, June 20, at 11 u.
in. Tho Yalo crew starts lor New Loudon
a week from to-day.
Sullivan lu Chicago.
Ciiicaoo, Juno 12. John L. Sullivan,
the great American slugger, arrived at th
Pennsylvania Railroad depot at 9 o'clock
this morning from Philadelphia. Ho
spars Jock Burko to-morrow afternoon at
the Driving Park.
1 liter-State Commerce.
Ciiicaoo, Juno 12. Tho Senato lute.
Stato Commerce Investigating Uommltt'-.
meets to-day in the call room of tho Boa t
Minor News Notes.
A proposition has been mado in Rich-
moml to ruiso a fund to erect a mouuiiie
over tho grave of .Miss Kiiunio LHI:
Madison, lorwliosOinurderT. J. Cluvorii
nasjusi neon convicieu.
-Chief Juslleo Wolto of tho United
Stotes Supreme Court was dined al Toledo,
Ohio, lost night by the Dracoiila Club, tho
dinner being a farewell, In view of tho
early departure or tho Chief Justice ami
his wife for Europe
The annual hop at the United Stales
Military Academy at West Point took
pliu'o lost night. Secretary of War Until
cott and Mrs. Endlcott. ond many lodlos
from New York, Philadelphia and other
cities were present. The graduating exor
cises lake pmce on Snlurvlay,