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V 17TH YIQAll NO. 5,240. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY EVENED, MAY 20, 1885. P1UCE TWO CENTS . The Critic. VVASHINGTON Ur K K i TAYLOR'S, 933 Penna. Avonuo. Great Reduction in Children's Rib bod Hose. TWO PAIRS RIBBED HOSE 25c, V bleb l good nluc nt U.'i cent I'M iwlr. LADIES FRENCH M8U2 THREAD ' HOSE lici'iuul to Wc. formeilyolil $1.7" for ialr. CHILDREN'S SOCKS AND HOSE, In While, Plain Colois nnil rntioyMilpod Cot ton nnil Llslo Thread. MISSES' HOSE In I mill Killed Silk. Cotton nml t.MoTlucail, lilt colon, nml l'aniy fetrlpo mill open work, LADIES'SILK, COTTON & LISLE THREAD HOSE, All Colois. I'niicv Milpe nnl Open Win k. Plain mid ltllbcl. In all tlio bust l'leitclinml 12iigllh lIKlkl'S A1-0, LADIES' OVER-SIZE HOSE- A SPECIALTY. CONTINUATION or Tim GREAT SLAUGHTER King's Palace, 814 SEVENTH.ST. Cutiina Prices in Two. Save.. Your Money by Buying Your Goods at King's Palace, 814 7th street. Ifvotinioin need or a Nice Trimmed lint iir llonuet I'ov yourself or daughter,, piiinogoods, stvllh nud fashionable. Ini noited or domestic, you will iliul it nt King's Palate, 811 7thst. II' von me looking Tor tlio largest nssoit men! .or Straw Hats nnil Hound, tin tiiiiinicil. comprising every style mm shape mill finality Hint tlio market produces In obildicn's, misses' mid ladies' size, the onl v place mid largest selection is nt kins Pal'tice, 81l7thst. II von nre in need of Vino French Flow ois of the most exquisito stylos and quality, you iuii"l go to King's Palace, 811 Till st. If vou desire to buy hand-rune Tips, pi lino Roods, in all colors anil shades and quality, vou will have lo go to king Palace, 8ll 7th st. If vou want some Clegant Plumes, in all 00101.9, fiom 15 to 28 inches long, yoiivduly is to go to King's l'nlnee, 811 7th st. II you are in need of Ribbon, wo lmvo nn immense -took to chooo from nt King's) Palace. blKtlist. If von arc in want of Millncry Tilin niIiijJT'. vou will find n ohoico assortment of nilllinorv ornament, gold and silver scarfs, silk, fircnadino and ltoiuan striped and plaid silk sash millions, from IS to 8 inches wide, at King's Palace, 811 7th st. If vou desire to buv Gold and Silver and FcnOier Pompons Hold mid Silver Not, mid Coloied Cicpo do Chene, Silks Satins nnd Velvets vou must not neglect lo go to King's Palace, 8111711 St. If vou nic in search of Lace-, such a Oiiciilnl, Kgvptian and Spanish (iulimro "Laces, do not miss to go to King's Palace, SU'thst. If vou desire to puvchaso Llle, Silk or Kid '(Moves and Corsets, remember King's Palace, 811 7th st. Tf vou wish lo select front a largo assort ment ol Laeo CnpM, stvlisliaud hnuil-onie, vou will llnil them at King's Palace, 811 7lhst. Il'vounie in need of n handsome nnd Stvli'sli Jon-ov, wo lmvo thousand of tho inic-t and most stylish designs at King's Palace, Ml 7th st. If vou think of buying a Lovely Vislto nt lnillils value, wo would advi-eyou to o In King's Palace, 811 7th st. If you feel llko Inning a Sim Umbrella r Paiasol. vou will llud tbem in gie.it MUlcly at King's Palace, 811 7th st. CONCLUSION. If vou want to buy goods, mid wish to save your nionoy, and ilesitu to bo treated well, nnd wish lo llnd n clioico nnd huge stock to select fiom, you mo In lutv bound to go to tlio (Jreat Ilcadqnar ten, the Largest Millinery House, KING'S PALACE 814 Seventh Street, TllIKD D.vv or Tin: -S. S. oi- S. S.- s.s. The third clay of our Stu pendous Surplus Stock Sale of Seasonable Stuffs opens, if anything, more promising than on any previous day. Customers are beginning to realize that we are indeed of fering Bargains The daily throng of purchasers is a con vincing proof of this, and is most gratifying to us. The first lots advertised are slow ly diminishing. To-day we offer the follow ing additional Surplus Stock Bargains, and do not hesitate in saying no such intrinsic values have ever been offered before in this or any other city. Two Surplus Stock Bar gains in Black Goods. Re duced only because we have too many -111 huh rlne All-Wool Laco lluntliitr. vciy itcluiblo. limner pi lie r(lo bill plus bloc K Pt lio !!"K;'-' III Inch All-Wool lliointlo (lii-undlne, olo cunt good, but mo lime too miii-li. I'oimorpilco '. lBe Sin pin" Stock l'i li e r,i)o Thousands of ifllng wu lmvo to null lit tbo Kinio oi nenily tliesiiinq pik-o.year lit unit year out. These wo duplicate fi oin day to daw tlio pilic of wlildi theio I no occnslon to change. It Is the big lots wo buy tlml must be pushed to rale. Wliv do you bin big lots you nk. A nntiunl and piopcv (pictlon. Tlio nnswei 1 thl: In no other way inn we obtain theadvan tnuo of pi lie. Tor Itistimce, UuluotV lllnck bilk. Tako tlio nuinbor w o me nowolTci Ins fot $1 peoniil. Within tltlitv ilnvs we paldSl.O.i foi this quality, liuttliu lllnck bilk ti. melius not been iiinarknbly good, Consequently, we ciontc n demand by iciluoinj; tliopilcoto SL tbo better guides In piopoitlon. W'ogunranteo oieiyjntd us though wo obtained tho tegular pilce. Sl.'J." (mule in 51.ni. SI oi) dwelt- to -U.'-.'.V fel.7.i (liiule to 5l."i). S'JOO (Undo to 31.70. 2 S'J.'.T, (Undo to 81.IH). UIkks wo:ideitled on Ihe lli-tday of our Mil plus Mock Sale, ami ineielv bilngtlicin up UKiiiu ton mind mil isi-toniontliat-iieli nn op iiiutiiiiltytiiHeimuuMlk nv nt euihptliT I not likely ti uiiur again Tor ninny seasons to loir.o. MoreSurplus Dress Goods. They must be sold. Sup pose we do lose a little money. We have sold more Dress Goods this season than d urine my previous one. Each season's business must S- pay its own losses. Sjiirplus stock of '12-lnoli I'leliih Tilcot, ono ol our be-t lino. Itediiced only bcimi-o wo biiotooiniiny. l'oiiiier pi I co Sl.-" Mil plu Mock pi liu 75u Mil plus Htoik of lino UMuili ColoimlDo Alma Cloth". Tlioy lmvo Kot to bo liioiod. l'oi nici pi lie S t.'J.", bin plus block pi Ice 31.00 bin pins -lock of OIlbuit'H ll-l I'lalds beauti ful combination or ( oloi liurs, liHluccil for O110 llrn-ou Only, Wo bao too many. '(. unci- pi lee ,..51.00 bin plus block pilco ,7oo Three Surplus Stock Bar gains in Ladies' Muslin Un derwear. These should not have been reduced, being excellent value at the former prices. For One reason only we make this reduction. That is, we have too many, and know our customers will ap preciate buying them at the reduced or Surplus Stock prices. 1 Mupln- I.ol of f.adlo-' Pino T.ticoTilmmetl MuMlu Llicinl-v. l'oi hut price .-. (Wo bin plus bt oc k pi Ic u 7o 1 bin plm block of .miles' .Mot bur Hubbard Nlidit Die-i-e-, lliiinbiugtilmnu'd. 1'oimiT pi leu , Sl.od bui)liisbto(k pilco 51.-" 1 mii pin- Stock of l.iulli'-' ckrantlv IiIiiiiiknI Nlalit Itobcx, beautltully tilmitied, with Hum bnig edging, loi mir pill" 31 R7M5 buiplusblock in ke 51 o (Second iloor; tako the elevator.) Surplus Stock of Men's Wear. The weather has checked the demand for Boat ing and Bicycle Shirts to such an extent we have got to force them to sale. Force them to sale by lowering the price, which was already lower than the lowest. Are you a boat ing man? Are you a bicyclist? Are you going away this sum mer? Are you going on pic nics? Then you will want one, and now is the time to buy. Jlen'x Cunin Wool lilcyilo Shirts, button fionts, ailiiw-y shlil. I'm mer pi li u 5 !.(( buiplus block pilco Sl.riO Jlen'K Null liliio rialincl bhliti, lnco tiout, veiyueat. runner Pilco .5200 bin plus block pi lie $l.7fl We have a large variety of these Colored Flannel ,Shirts (not loo many) which we can not reduce, being already marked at much lower prices than elsewhere. The Poto mac Boat Club Regulation Shirt is among this lot. Norr diet omern iniit not let tlihm'oit bur iiliis block bale inaUo tbem fou'et tlmt wuiuo ''Ilinihiiuuteis" lor Whllo (looils mid Km biolilmluiiiinil White llendy iniidu sultii. Nuver befoio lmo wo shown mk Ii a cholcu eollecllou nnil huge vmlity at such low plleos as at pi 1 sent. . ... Weal-nbeg to niiuounce the milvnlof our second linpoitntlim of I.iuIIih' biiinmur Under- wear, wiiuu, 111 view 01 inu iiiienets 111 iiiinai, wohhnll mink at lower pi lens than was at tint ln!tnilil. It, histnn tlich' nnlolc mid toiltlv S)lh, Mall 01 del for any of tho above good is III leielio our best nnd ImniPilmto ntteutlon Me paiiliuhii to state in ieo. color and sljiWiiutinl WOODWARD & LOTHROP, GOYEMMENT GOSSIP, OFFICIAL AND UNOFFICIAL IN AND ABOUT THE DEPARTMENTS. The Cabinet Sosalon Mr. Cleveland's Callers Presentation of the Danish Mlnlstor Mr. Baynril Gains' Wost John Ronoh to Secrotury Whitney Appointments To-day. The Prosideiil made the billowing up-lolnliuent- today Po-liiinstont William Slioiuller. Asli lnnd, Ph.: 11. II. Whltneld. HawkiiiM-ille, (in.: 1). K. JJoyor. Tiinmiitm, I'm; S. I'. Kindt. Slicnandonli. I'm.; II. T. D.ivi-, Oiange. Texas; .1. P. Xollcr, Lmainie City, Wy.: A. lj. Donnai'tl. Matengo, Iowa: .1. 12. Kacktey, Vlneeniie. Ind., C. K. Weeks, .lamislowu, N. Y. )'( 01 11II1111 lln.i linllila.',. The Pie-ldent i mil tin older lo-duv dlrcctliigtbut Hie i:.eutlu'lcpaitmeiits, (loveiiiincnt Printing Olllce and Agilcitl tural lluieau be clo-nl on Saturday next, 'I lie I'l'r-litciit'n Culler-, The Pievldeiil'-dillei- lo-day included Sennlors tall nnd (llbon, Ilepie-entatives I.el'eMc, C'nbell, Henley, Kllsbeny, Urien, Mat-on, llutlerwoith and Korim. nud .ludge Tboiiiau and Con-ul llughe of lliriiiinglinui. liim-'- Acnln-I IJiiH'iliiii' Til 11 p. Robert Council of 1'ie-cott Ari a member of the l.cgi-latuie ol'hls Terrl toiy, liasliled (lunges against Ficderiek A.Tillle, (iovernoi of Auona. Mr. Cou ncil hnsulMi petitioned the President to leinove all the ollieeis of thai Tenitory on iniyingehaigcsof ioiui)tiiui, Nrri'rtni',1 AVIiIIiii'.'i'k lli'liirii, Mr, Whitney lias lelurned Iroiu Ills i-it to New Voik and was at his olllce to day. He says hi- in-poetionof the Omaha and infinity to expendituies ubon that eel weie merely iiiToi mill, anil lie lias not yetdttlded what action will betaken in the mailer. Till I'lll I- t'OllHlllslll)!. Il'tlioCon-til-lieiieralslilpol Puis i- not deliiiniiiid -0011 theiewillbe agiealup houicl among i)0llticlans tlnouglioiit tlie lountry. Thoic me now 201 applications on llle at tlio Slate Deiiartnicnt for tliis ollke, including many ol the names that weio mentioned in (oinuclion with other and liighei missions. 'I lii DonUli 3IlniliT rioeiileil. 1'lii'S'ciietary of State lo-day ticeompa nlcd Count ile I.ovenoin, the new iMm-li Minister, to tlio White lloii'-e. and lor mally lue-entid him to the 1'iesldeiil. Spcerliis weiedeliveied by the Piesident nnd the new Minister, exjues-ing tliede siie that loulinl lclations should conlinue bclwien the two nations. iit-imi Mim iiiiM,iiiis. Rufiis Magic of Indiana, mently tip pointid Mini-ter to Noiwuy and Sweden, aiiivid lieie to-day and will sail lor hi new po-t next wick. Dr. .lohn IC. W. Tliiiiup-on, t lie new Mini-ter to Itayti, will -nil June I). He i- under institution to takeslep-t toseeuie theielease of Mr. Van Jlokkelen of Now Yoik( imiiisnueil in Hayti lor debt; 'J lio Wnlc- fiMirl-DIiirlliil. When tlio Wale-Coint met this morn ing Lieutenant r.einly, jmlge-advoualc, nnuouiiiul that the accused desired tlio itise to be postponed until to-nionow, to enable hint to attend the Ciiminal Court as witness in tlieDiew cn-e. Tito com I was cemt d, and on opening tlie iciiuc-t wa-gifliitdl. The doors weie again closed titter Dr. Wnle- w itlidiew, mid before noon the com t adjourned. IVcll II I In! Ini'ii 'riiulioi'AKt'iK-.i. Aii ajipllcnut fiom Indiana foriiiiioitit nient 11- a special timber agent states that lie is (! leet !14 inches in height and is a good man, weighing 2110 pounds. Under standing that timber agents should be huge, sound and healthy, he thinks he is paiticulnrly adapted to till such a posi tion. It may be that this applicant lias nnd about Timber Agent De Alma's epi sode w ith Commissioner Spaiks. Til- iln.i's Co lit no 1 Ulcotlnc. All tlie members of the Cabinet except S'ecictaiv ManniiiL weio iiie-cnt at the Cabinet meeting to-day. Two important questions weio luotight up for con-idoia-lion the advisability of continuing tlie New Oilcans Kxno-ition until next winter and the nwaid oi tho StOO,(K"iO ocean mail subsidy. On both questions theio is nu clei -tood to have been some earnest discu sion. ' nir. ll.tiuiril IJoIiib West. Siciet'aiy llayaid stated to-day that ho haddecidul lo keep bis engagement to deliver an ointion on "Thoiuas Joller- -on" at the Statu rntveislty ol' .Missouri, and lie will, theteloie, stait for the West next wick, Tho Mioiirians are making nuangenicnts to glvo tho Secietiny 11 handsome icception. Ho will travel in a special car nnd be accompanied by his piivnte sioictary, Mr. lliyant, Congte-s. loan Hind, Colonel Swltzlcr and possibly Senator Cockrell. 'I III' New OltonllH Uio-llilili, Mr. Fjceiiian. New York Commissioner to the Woild's 1C. po-itlou nt Now Oilcan-, bus been here for several days consulting 11 ith members of tho Cabinet with a view to having tho time for finally closing the exposition extended until Apill next, tlio piopo-Ition being to close tho buildings dm tug tho summer month- and leopeu in November, Mr, Kieeiiian baa been us suicd by the Administration that the que-tion will betaken up at to-day's Cab inet inciting. TIlP I'llll'll Illlt'-tlRjltlllll. Ill tlie investigation of Aichilect Clark to-day Mr. Hcmcniciili concluded hl-te--tiiiiouy mid John Lyons, a maiblu nud stone-cutter, was sworn. Mi. Millet mid Mi. llnv both' urged that 110 fitither cuiiiulativo te-tliiiouy be taken legarding "stuns" and the "crack" found, as it sientid uuuecessarv to nroduie all tho l.OW witiie es for the prosecution. Colonel Jackson asked that the oxamliiti llon proceed. Lyons told nothing new, but said if ho was an Inspector ho would not lcieive much ol the Cupitol appioaeli woik, , 'I In- Duliililit'x 'I'iIii! Tlls, Jfr. John Roach wiiles us follows to tho Sceiitmy of tho Navy. "Although I con sider, and it appears very plain, under tlie terms of the loulract, that my liability leased and all conditions icqtilrcd of 1110 weio complied witli on tho termination of tliu trial of Maicli 10, still I am very will ing, as I have pievioitsly stated to you, to do all in my power to satisfy you ns to the elllcicncy of tho ship, so far as 1 am ic sponslblo under my contract, For this piirpo-etho dial on Long Island Sound will be made on the iiSth in-taut, as you illicit, and the other at as caily a elite theioatter as pinitlcable." .n l'n1iiii, Wali'limitii. Jo-epb Wooden, the lli-t coloied Doiuo ciatii iMitchnian appointed at tlio Tieas my, has had an unhappv timo of It. Ho eiileietl upon hi.- olllie with many mi-glvlni;-, and deeply Inipiewd by tho winnings of his wife and others that Re lmbliian employes would kill him. Hi tears in this ilhectlon weio not quieted by theniysteiious souniN, nleidocpoiienecs and siinugc sonbtitlons of a night in the TU'tisury basement, and bisiluty on Fiidiiy. Satiuday and .Sunday nights was I'oIIowihI by ovideueon that he had each time passed a night of tenor. Sometime the now wati limiui gave way to hv-teiicil att.uk In whli U lie sci earned nmlcultcitod pio tation Hvui (j'hg-tlj oi lKnwUi,,tu ui -milt-, l.u-1 nlitbt bis 11I111 in wu- gioiici Ibtili In fine mill iiilinliiiiltd 111 11 tn 1 vou-, tittiuk shoitly tiftei li oiloel; dining whlih he Mint liitoJionviiHon-oiitlscd by terim nud scicnmed and yelled unit wept until be wasieniOM'd Iromtlie Imildiun nnil lakeii liome in an iimbiilaiiie. It i-i stated (bat the nils nnd mice utul tlie -ouiids ol wind mid rain and of ii'liirtitug or ilepaitlug employe or patrolling watchmen wciethconly real cnu-esfoi hi etdtement, but theie I 11 susploloh that these weie iulcmdllcd bv the devices o pintlitaljolu'fs, and that the ghostly up iniillolis which lie claims to have soon liiidiuatcilnl bodies, and Intended to him lie llle as unhappy as possible I'm the new watchiiiau. Ihe fiigliteued watchiiiin was leported by iitinor to day to lie vio lently Insane. The wait liuien and oilier. Tieasnry employes deny that Ihey did anyUiiug to Im tease bis tenor or exotic meiit, and claim to have endeavoicd in every way to allay hi fears. They say lie had ncier befoie In en lo ti city or in a big building, and that ho was Ittlly Impressed with the idea that Washington wa full of Republicans intent upon assassinating Di moc itilic ollli eholilcrs, 3IliKii' unit Im--oiiiiI. 'I be iiuumittie on distinctive papc bid willumkoiio lepoil until after the iitiiin ol Secretary Manning. The President and Postmtister-dcnernl .spent last evening together, whllo Miss ( levelnnd enteilnlned Hccietary and Mis ICndliott. 'I hi ic-ign.'itlon ofdeorgo H-. 'I'orrance, a llrsl-elass doik In the Flit Auditors olllie. has bcin reciueslcd thai expenses may beicduiid. Henry Cailer, Jo-iph Wooden and Rlio neei Ciosby bale bleu appointed watch men nt the Tuti-uiy Depaitmeiit to lill includes lausul by iciuovals, The Piesident and Colonel r.uuonl dtoveto the Navy-Yard ye-lerdav altei 110011. Colonel banionl and faniilv have leluinid to the Ailingtoii Hotel. The Po-tmnsor-(icncinl to-day ap pointed HKy fourth-class postmaster., only one Viigiman being on tlie li-t, h. S. An derson I01 the olllce at Oilcan, Fauquier County, The statement is made that tlie Piesi dent hns ileteiiulned not to appoint a Culiloiiiia man as Mlnlstor to China. Col onel Deiibvol Indiana i- now mentioned as a piouiinciit candidate. In view of the allege el piovnlencc of yellow lever in the northern Mexican blates, the Scciitn-ry of tho Treastuy will piobnblyienppoiut tlie sinltaiy inspect or on the boieloi line of Aiiona. 'Ihe committee who are examining tlie -i entitles in the liuicnu yf Rtigiavimruiid J'lintiug will not linlsh counting till to 11101 low, unci the employes need not icpoit forduty Until Thursday moiniug, Waller V, S'chuckcis of Illinois ha been appointed -tipeiiuteuilent of buildings in Ihe Pension olllie, at $1,100 per annum, llesuicicds Mi. John Dlckci-ou, who at hi-own uipiest, lias been leduced to a iloik-hip. The Illinois olllcc-sicklug contests have been icnewcd with vigor. Coiigicssinon Moni-on. Townsbeiul and I.awior mi lieu and Waul and Raton are expected to day. 'Ihe piiucipnl contest Is still over theClikiigo Mar-hal-liiji and no indica tion has been given ol the icsiilt, Sicntaiy Lamar has oideied tlio stop page ol pnyiniiitsou the work of improv ing llot Spiings Cteik in Aiknusas, be cause the woik i-not salisfacloiy. The eontradois will upjieal to the Court of Claims. Of the (iO,Ooo appropiiatlon about $10,000 have been expended. (encial Atkln, Major Ilas-ler, and tli .fence that went to Now Yoil: to open In dian supplic s for the next Ibeal year have icturiuil and resumed their duties at the luteilor l)ei.utmeiit. The bldd foi fur nisbliigninny eiflhcaitiilesrequiu'd were le-s than tho-e of last yeai. John II. Colo of Keokuk, Iowa, has been nppoiuticl siipcilntendciit of tho public builillng to bo erected there, for which an nppiopiintion of SlOO.OOO was made by the last Congiess, nnd tho stto selected by the commission appointed lor that purpose has been appioved by Sccrctaty Manning. Fioli's-or Riley of tho Ag1icult11r.1l De partment says tlie seventeen-year locust, w hose visit lie lias predicted, mo harmless to giow ingciops mid do no injury except to tlie tw'igs ol Ibiest nnd fruit trees. It is probable that tbo use of kero-eno emul sion spiayed upon trie Uces will protect them. Tlie Hccietary of tho Treasury bus awaidid a gold medal lo John P. F. llagcn ol' Philadelphia for hcioic services in saving the' lives of twelve bovs who I el I intidhe Schuylkill River in February lnl I; al-o, a silver medal to Harry Rutlcr ol Atlantic. City, for lioroio conduct in saving tho life of D. K. Jackson at Atlan tic City last summer. The Po-tniastcr-O'eneial has awarded to tlie Aiiieiican Rank Note Company of New Yoik tlio contract lot fiiiulsliiiig postage slumps for the next four yeaie at ;-101,&iG.S2 per annum for tlio onllnary stamps, and $L',H'J.7l for postage duo and cither issues of stamps. Tito price is about time cents per thousand cheaper than un der tho piescnt continct. Dircctor-d'eneial ltuikeof tho Now Or leans 12xpo-i(ion denies tlio icpoit that he had biiomc lesponsible lor obligations ol tho World's Exposition to tlio amount of&loO.WO nnd wai theieby llnaneially involved. Tho total indobteduess to Lou isiana cicditois unpaid cm the 20th In-taut iasM05,0tX), half of which has since been paid, and it is believed that the balance will be paid in full. Admiinl Upshm's reported action In compelling the puichnso of supplies at Callao I10111 a nieicliant who was not tho lowest bidder, i3 said to be explained by tlio fact that tho nieichants of Callao l'oiined a conibinatlon to force up piices. Ono nteiehant kept out of till toiiier, and I'p-liur oidoied that ptnohase bo made fiom him. After Upsliui's dep.uturo tho combination was hiokeu, and somoof tlio denlcis adopted prices lower than tho-o iiom whom tho puicliases continued lo be made under tho older. i:illl lliuioiiKlis Itotuin. Major Dye has iccelved iufiimalum that 1211.1 Iliirrouglis, tho young gill who left home, at Notbeek, Mel,, ami wasafter waul seen in male attiie, lias ictuiiied homonsinv.steiiously asslio lott, and In nttliotliat becomes her sex, PERSOHAL MENTION. Hon. .!, .1. CitconoiiBh of byracmo, X. Y., 1 at tho t:bbltt. PiiiilTuekcininti and Mis. Lucius Tucker man, Now Yotk, mo at Wounloy's. Ooneinl T. 13. .Smith and 13. W. Pago o Now Yoik mo stopping at Chambcillii's. llepiesentatli es Mincoo of Indiana and Will lam Waul of Chester, I'a mo at tho Itlgjs. lion. .T. II. MoKntho, bt, I.ouU, and lluii J. 11. Uiawloy, l'oiiusjlvaiiln, nio at tlio Kbbltt. . 11. W'oodwoitlf Cotton of Now Yolk and audgo Jtunos Keith of Vliicinla nio at tho Na tional. ItcpiescntatlioR. T, Ilonnettof NortliCiiio Una and I'. I.. King, N, Y nio atthoMotiy polltan. lion. T. C. Campbell, ono of tbo most prom Incut DeinoiialH of C'liiiliinntl, Is at tho Lb bltt with his wife, A M McCiii'Kor, editor Stalk Count v i0.) Dimoiiat, I tho Kiiest of biunuul Hall, on Xoitbt urolliinaio. A. (i. ru'umnn of Dos Moluos, Ioiin nnd N llilhtiilnnil W T. I.oilcwocul, Tuiiytow.i, X. Y., nio at Wlllnul's. -T. II. Uiadloy of Maadilllo. Pa. .T C btuueon ot Kilo, Pa., and .). X Hockley of Itochestor, N. Y., 1110 at tho Khbllt. William Walter Phelps of Xow Jersey, W htiiton .1 Croon of Not lb CaiMllna auil It b (liooii, wile 111 d ilainditor of New Jory, ait) tit thoAilliiKton -Mr I! A. I'arito of t !!- iltv ihwiijt nci'iit of tin I'fiinsj n ,mii Ual'w i hikI Mi I nke ,101101 01 loin, I V W, is'v't ,t Ni't,IlVlW''i', BEN: PERLEY POORE, THK DEAN OF THE OORPS OF CAPI TAL CORRESPONDENTS. A Long and IJusy Life, Which Ho Hits Mnclo Usoful to His ProluBslon, Hon ornblo to Hlmsolf and a Source or HnpplnosH to Hlb Associates. Major lien: I'erley Poore was born in Massachusetts in S2(), Ho Is the do.in or Washington correspondent, having com mented hi Journalistic career bore in 1810, although he llrst came to Washing ton In 1R27, In isao the Major accom panied id father on a visit to Piosldont Andicw Jack-on and received tho Presi dent's autogtaph. That l!ttlccircumtttucc slatted a lollectlon, which has boon added to ovciy year since, and tbo Maoi now lias over 15,000 autograph loiters, m:x: ri:nr.i:v roottp. In KSj2 the Major published a soiie of Ultein lllu-tiated artiile to show that the style ol the aulogiaph Indicated the char acter ol the mind. In lb."i(l the Major, in his Republican en thusiasm, was inclined to bet that F10 mont would be elected Pieidcnt, The wager was that the lo-er of the bet should wheel n banelof apples In a wheel-barrow fiom Ncwbiirypott to H0-I011. a distance of tliiity-seveu miles. The (lav after elec tion the Major -tailed iiniid tlie cheers of an enthusiastic multitude, with his wheel bniioiv mid apples, accompanied by a 10 noiterof a lloston paper to see tliat the Major didn't icducc tlio weight of the fieiglit by eating up tlie tipples. On the inoinlngol' tlie tliiul day, as lie enteied lloston, ho was gicctcd'hy an iniinonse thiong. u military e-ioit and a big band of music cscoiliiig the expedition thumgli theciowiled stiocts to tlie'i'reiiiout House wheic the major mounted ills barrel of apples, made a natiinlic- ypeeili and do livcttct the apples to the winner of tho wiiRcr. Tho Major was tho Wnshimdnii corro spondentot the llo-loti Join nul for many years, and his letters over the signature il Peilev" me familiar thioiti: unit New Riigland. He is now and has lieon when-. over the Itcpublltans controlled tho Sen ate the clerk to the Committee on Print ing and Ree oul and the editor of the Con gicsslonal Dltccloty. The Major is now engaged in wilting a sciie of articles for the Pioviilenie Journal and the 15otoii Jlml'icl- They me in tho natllie of icinl niscences, and Tin: Ciutic leportor last evening loimd the Mtijoi nt woik on the 10 It li aitiele. Thevtue tube is-ued in book torin soon, under the title of "Slxtv Yeais In Washington." The Maieu's tftcpiainlance with public nun of tlio past unci pie-ent is iery ec lenslve. and Ids lnnd ot anecdote-in 10 lation to the celebtities ot his time is in exliatistlble. The Minor letainshi- youthliil spirit and boyish ntituie to a wonderful degiee, and the icpoit stalled by some of his en vious jotiriiali-lie lival- that "the Major was chaiinian or tlie pie lonimitiee whidi gieeted Chii-topher Columbu when bo lauded in Ameiiea," doe not i.n the least dl-tuib his philo-ophical eipian imitv. Major Poore lia attended and leasted at tnoie cliitnei-and bamptets in Wash ington than any one of tlie journnll-tlc guild. As ti popular altcr-dlnuor talker, classic story-teller and leeitor oranecelotos and leniinfscences he is uneciualed. Tun Cm ric artist sketched tlie Major a- lie was lC'dtlngat a leieut baiiciiot given by the Washington Journalists some of lii I'antous clitssie stories sue h ns "Tlie Little Coipo-itil, ' ''TheOrlginoI'MoekTuitle,'' "The I iavci hill Militia ' (iiid-Thotieoigia Majoi," wliieh ate deliveicd liom notes in (iicek in tho most obaste and relinecl dlctionlu tlio gallant Major's happy and Iinptosslvo stylo. In perron the Major Is of middle siatuie. but of lommaiidliig mesenic, with a face as sunshiny as his dlspo-Ithm and .1 io tiind fiontage which even ,lae k Fal-talf would have envied, ile has al-o ti colon. If anyone should piint his naiuetlil way, "Ren Peilov Pome," instead of this way, "lien: Policy Pnoie," tlieie is no telling what catnstiophe might ensue. It is thought by his most intimate fiieuds that should the Major go out without his colon lie would catch cold. '1 In- Now lioiitc to riiiladnlplilu. IJm.iimohi:, May 20. Tho Rallimoic .v. Ohio Railroad Cuuipanvexpeit to haveull the mils laid 011 tlie lino between Haiti nioie and lMillnctedpliIii by October. The load will enter this city liom the eastern city limits, dicing Rasteru avenue and Lombard sticet by an elevated load to Camden station, Fiom Canton entivuul to Philadelphia aliout IK) per c-enl. ol the grading litis been done and the woik ot loustiiteting the tracks begun. At no point does the grade exceed one foot to the hunched feet. The line 11111 from one to live miles noith of tho P., W. .t II. Hill way. The cost for cotistructliu and cUippii)g tlie toad will not exceed s,in, 000,000. Tlie ma-ouiyof tlio hiisquelinntia Rivei bridge 11 111 be icitnpleted by the middle of next month, Tbistsoiieot the laigest bridge 111 the world. It has u pieiT, 2 abutments and Is1) pedestals, Tbo C'oiiko Ciiiilmoin o. Nnw Yoi'K. May 2ii. (ieneml U.S. San foul of Flotilla, who with Minister Kassou lepiesented tho United States at tlio Congo Conteience, artlvcd fiom Rmopo on Sun day, Ho expicscs himself as much grali lied with tlio work of tho conference. He picdictBth.it tho woik of tho conferoneo would ultimately lie ncknow lodged as ono oftho greatest work of the century. Ho attilbuiC'H the agrceinont leached to tho fact oft lie United State having ii'cog nifcd tlie Hag of tho lnternation il Congo Assoc intion. Previous to that the associa tion had but a pilvate chaiaetei. (jumbling nt Yule. llo-roN May 20. A Huitloul special to the Jliiuhl say- It 1 lepoitcd in Now Haven that dining the past low months theio lias been a wondeiful Increase, in gamliliiig at Yale College. A lew dnv ago llvo ".Vciid inle- won Vnvi In tf,, Ki ntiu kv btat l-ittcii and sun, tin n aliiuisltveii iin luau bn rii-l-l 11 1 tlw MlV'i tku-, THE DISTniCT OFFICES ( nnilliliitcs IVIio.e A i'illciilliin An- on I'lle ill tlio Whllo IIimim.. 'Ihe following is 11 complete 111 of can didate lor loenl position who have been riiommeiidcd to the I'rcMtlcut or liave lllcdiippllciillotis at the While House n s'hown by the record of the Krcoiitivo olllie. (iiMMIsIOXKn. Stephen 1). Charles, S.J. Heaven, f, . Mllisllll.. W. D. Cabell, Chnilo. Tboiiiiioii. ji , Colonel W. U. Mooro, It. S. Willie, K." C. Johnson, Couitlaiid II. .Smith, 12, It. IIiv, 'J'liomus I', Mmgati. Illeotttll II Of liRKIM. Uorey I'lngelt, Irn X. Ruriitt, Win. P. Young, Franc I McNoilinny, lletirv I, Johnson. L. P. M. Watklu. Jese X. Williams, Dr. Jerome Rilev, Hrnoke M ie kall. Dr. James .1. (liven,' A. II. P. II. ,1 lin, T. J. Lultrcll, John i. Xorrl, iittiisrr.ii or in 1 t,s. A. II. W11M1, Chillies F, McLiiikIiIIii. PugeMiCaitv. AithurSt.C. Denvei, Wat son lloylo. S'elhuaii K. Ilanucitati, R T. Mtu-'i'll, Ilaiold Snowdeli. Ilciijiiiuln (I Lovejoy,- Robert V. Hughes, John V. Ross, William II. Dentil. Filed nt the Interim Department In ad illllou totheabiiu" I'm llieorder ol Deed Loitl Seliade L. (. Washington, F. A.ToNon. For Registof of Will W. Pierce Hell. Chailcs Katon ( iiity. SENSATION IN A SEMINARY. A loiliig bdiool (till Sliools llel-ell w lib 11 Itoiolirr. I.w.l!K, May 20. Miss 1211a Cnnllold daughter ol Mrs. 12, 'J'. Cuiilioldof Wash ingtoii, D, C , attempted suicide yesterday alti'tnoou by shooting herself. She 1 a student at the DeWitt Seminary for Young Ladies, in iiellovllle,' live mile fiom hcie. As the pupils weio lcturning from dinner, a shot was heaid In Ml Can Hold's 100111, and she was loiind lying upon the Iloor insensible, with a bullet bolu in the lelt bie.ist above the hoail. Physicians who weie summoned pio nouncid the wound fatal. Mis. Canlield, whoiesldeat SloTnellth stnet. in tliis city, la-t evening leceived :i dl-patcli aniioiinciug the attempt ot her dntiKliler 1211a, who 1 generally called Nellie, to lake her life. She lef( on the liist tiaiti lo'join here luld. .Mis. Canlield is a lady about 12 year ol nge, Shu is u widow, nnd a native ol SpiingHeld, 111, She has a younger daughter living beie. 'I he tno girls constitute her fiiinilv, SI10 has forn number of veais been cniploycd in the Slate Dcpuitment. Her daughter is about lb year of ago, of petite iiguie and very ptettv. Slto has many waiiii lrieuds beie. 'No cause for her act, othei than a temporary mental alienation, can lie eoneeivid by those who know her. Miss Canlield becMtuo an In mule of the llelleillle I'liiinnry about three months mm. She hail Just iccnveied liom u-eveie iao ol ceioliro-spiiulimn-iligitl. A bout -two week ngo an exeie cenceliom her car loufiiied her to her 1 00111. Her health bad been uipleiiiiined. An attack of ileliiium came mi. and her mind 1111s gieatly ulketcd. There weie many evieitnie ot tin imtieecl by the other liiiuatcs ol'the-enruiiiry. Once In this chy she lelt her home uud wandeied down to the Convent of the Sacucl Ileal! in South Washington. It was only by accident that her wbeie abouls weie learned. Sbeietiised to even tell her iiutm? At another lime she secieted n pistol in b.er loom, but it was taken liom hoi hi-iiiii'hccuithllinim her self. Mi. Canlield wn a Miss Todd, nnd is a nitci of tire 11 ife of Piesident Lincoln. TALKING ABOUT BAPTISM. I'lcslij tin Inn (JlciK.vmou In 11 IVi-uuxlo About Itoiiiiiii C'lillinllc, Dixtilno. Cimi.nmti, 0., May 20. At yeteutay's -iloii of the Piesbyteiian Iteneial A eui lily, when Judge Diake's le-olution against the itiliditj ot Roman Catholic baptism was taken up, lie yielded the Iloor, tiskim; that some opponent open the debate and that he be allowed to cloe. Di. W C. Alexanclei, piofe-ssor in the Tlieologiial Semluai.i ol'S.in l'i:mci-co, spoke in oppo sition lo the ii-oliiilciii. lie said il was useless, as it would not boa deliverance but siuiplv an expies,shiu ol opinion oi tliose luting. It wa- nii-cliievoiis, sineo by passing it we makeour.-elies the laugh-iug-sloik of the world. It is mores pap.il than all the popes combined. It involves n misiiiieipietniiou of the standards, no- ronllofr lo u-liieli the vi-ilili C !lm i r li .'t tompo-iil of all tliose wlio (iioless Ihe truo lellgion." This ieolutioii denies the validity of the Impti-ui adniiiusteted to lnillloiisol pei-ousivho have come into the Piote-taiit Chinch from tho Roman Calholii Chiiiih and never icceived any otliei baptism. Dr. Seliall olleied n substitute for the iC'solution totheelliil that the Roman Catholic Church, though icirriipt uud teaching niaiiy iiii-ciipliual crroi, yet 10 taiiiing tlie Holy Sc-iiiitures and am-li-iit cieed- with all the ttmdnmontal truth- of (Ini-tianity. I--till a liraneh of the visi ble Chinch ol Clni-t. and. theiel'oie. the siiciament of liaptini udmiuisteieii by tlntt chinch with tlio light to baptize (s tine uud inlid Clnlstian baptism, which lanuol and ought not to be leneated. Dr. Seliall spoke in favor ol the suli-ti-lute by shoiilug liom tlie history oftho ihuieli Unit ba)iti-in udminl-teied in the inline of the Tiinity 11 ith the pioper in tention, legaidless of the ebaraeter of the one udiiiinisteilng it. liad always been icnisideicd label, Fiuthei debate wi-)ii-tpoued. A 'relepbono C'liuipini' I'lUI. l.oiui.i Mi., May 20. The attaih liielitsou the pei-oual piopeltyul'thouieiii U'lsoftiie Lowell Telephone Syndicate, which weie -ucd by the l'.ii'e 'lelephoue Syndiealo. weio remoied last eieiiiug witliout bonds being furnished, and the l.r,,.f.,.u vtni., ,.,,,,, il-,.. I I,,,,,, ll.itli ,.,.1,-it, ,VV,'V.I,,V.V . i ...',.. ....... ...... , ,..,, I le-idenet's niter ti week's sojourn. Sinco the iittudinient eieiy mtioii of the de fendants upon the sticet lias been eln-ely watched and coiiimeiited upon. Maiur lalliable hor-es weie kept in the stable witliout being exoiii-ed. I'l-b's Complluii'iit- to Wind. Nr.11 YoliK, May 20 Jaine D. Fish, ox piesident ol the Maiiuc Hank, w.isoxum iuid in Liidlow-Stieet .lull yesterday bv older ol the eoinnilshioiieis eomeiniiig h(s it nl estate. lit the couro of his to-tliiiouv he accused I'eidlnund Wind of sivlmlllni; him nud lying to him. Mr. Waul wa- in an adjoining 100111 ul could hearthi-eoni-plitbents of his forniei friend and ally. Tlinntts l'liilii I'lolloi'- I'ulhee. St. Loris, May 20. Mi. K. Piollor ot London, fatbei of the young man who wasuuiuleied in tlil-city by .Maxwell, lias wiltten to tlie editor oftho Ololie-Dem- onut exini'sslng hi-thanks tor the ellurt of thedctectlies in feiietlng out tlio nuir der and also lor the inteiost taken in the case liy the UlvOi-lhnwcial, 'lbe (;iut nilus Trial, Riciimonh, Vi May 20, Tlu-doronse in the Cluvcrius tiial upi-uvd this niornin.'. tho Ill's! witness being Mist, Tuntall, Hie piUouei's aunt, who toslilli'd tint the watch key shown in eon it wa not ih- one slit had given the piUonci, and who h lie had worn, . ' Clioleiii Itopoilod In OiiiiiuIk, Ottwvv. Mnv 20 ll i- iiniorted that the Dominion Ouc 1 nimlit ban been uottlied ir two cases ot flin'i'i liainig aiipeiiol niinn Inuaul-'iiiUii'l i--' I and tint Hi. .... ,.. . t 1 1 11..... 1' in, ms nnii ni ii 1 1 1 1 1 i- iu- yey -U u'MUtnlitii: ,miiwh DIL mm Al'OSTASf. A STAUTLINO 8EN8ATION IN THE FREE CHURCH OF LEITH. Tho Doctor DoclaroB Adhoslon to Cor taln "Popish Practiced" unci tlio riotiB Scotou Clergy Cry "Slmmol " tit Hip Dopnrtiuo From tho Fa'th. L'niMii miir. May 2(1. A gtoat sensation has ken urn-ed In l'reeCliiuihclicloi 01 or the aliened apostasy or Dr. Adam Stitail Mulrcr Trlnily rrecClutich, Lcith, whoe appeal liom his dismis-al fo "Poil-li praitiies' ha just been uiH'ic cisslully henid by the (.uneral As-iemlily ofthe I'rceChiiic'hofb'cotlaiid. Hi Moli na nieiised of teaching baptismal re; mi elation, woisldpinn before a crm ilix et He defended Iilmseirm an eloquent ud-ilies-, ilniiug whidi ho lioi'iilled fie as sembly when he quoted ( ordinal New umu' hymn, "Lend Kimllv Light ' and hiking tin iiory ciucillx Ironi hi 1 iat pocket, bold it out in his band mold hlsse: and cites or "Shame!" whereat he me I out that he would die with tills emblem of faith upon hi- bo-om. It is expected Hint be will enter the Rouilsh Clutub Antliblsbop ol Dublin, l't nt iv, .May 'St. A telegiam iVum ,1 liih mli-Mastli in Rome stale that Di. Wm. W'uMi, president of tbo MavnooMi College, has been nntnod bv the Pope in Aiebbisiiopol Dublin. 1 lie Climiils f, iitit Kimlihii, Al.ixiNimti. May 20. The guard ai--liud lieie to ilny I'toiu bnaklin. The men weie In good health nnd apieared In wu I Spllits. 'J III' llilll-lt l.eiiiliii; .lleniol. Cmiio, May 2(1. Mnawi was eiiinial-l by tin Rlitish troops vesteulay Tln naliii's aie Irnntie With' alarm at Iteiti' iibniidouid to the ineicy ol 121 .Mahdl A XotiMl II11II1111 111. Romi Jlny 20. Signor Dopicti in. si dent of tho Couuc.il ol Minister, is ill. 1 1 1 SENSATION IN COURT. 'JiJui nl renin- Iti-pmi In Hulttuuii'o 'llils Aim nil, . HuTiMonr, Mo., May 10. 'J'lie trial of James Cialiam Peine, charged with at tempting to violate the person of Mr. 32-tclIo M. Kuklaud at the Albion Hotel lust Maun. whleli was postponed ye-teiday, was begun, to day. As on yesleiday thci'O wa-c an immense ctoivd of spectator present t he iashionnble people pieilomiiiatini;. Xhj ilist impoitant witiie- examined wastnc pio-ecuni.x heisell, Mis. Kuklaud. Win is about :1j years old, hu a neat llgure and I veil-lueposses-ini; in appearance Tlio mention of her naiueinii-ed eotisidcialile couimolioii. nud the throng or spedalois ulnio-t climbid on each iithci- should, s loget a glimpse ol' her She was irmu 11 seat immediately in limit ol the jiuv She wept liiltetly and her sol, w , tiudlble lliioughout the limit 100m I la in iMmor sat behind her, and as su. u 'at.,l liei -tory his face Hushed and gave osi deuce that he did not onjov hi- toi tion. She to-tilled that oil the nilil ut Maiih II lnl, at the Albion Hotel she wa- awakened by the noi-e mad' bv Ponne in getting into her room through it window. Mie then described tlie alleyed a anil made upon her In IV- inl and how she dually c-euped liom him going loa set vanf-loom, where she iv maim dull night. The te-timom of Mis. Kiikluud emi-ed 11 big sen-ation ami it" puhli-hid in the columns o a uewspmioi would boa tieat to tliose loud ol piinonl leading lualter. 'I bo Indians nnil tbo Conbojs. 'Itc-oN, Ant,, M11.1 20. Leudsbuitf ud i ices state that the -ohhe-is attaekisl the Indians on lllue liher ycsteida.i . Tim soldiers weie compelled fo lelieat nl'h tlnee wounded. It is believed the III lian will attempt to rceio into Niiim.i I.c Allousi. It will be impossible for the 11 to do so without coming into contact 11PI1 the Hoops and 1011 boy-, who me guardiiu eier.i pas-.Thc-ieaie lully l20thoioiigliU miunl men tiailing tlie Iudiau.s. Should they meet the bo-tiles beloie thev :et ml .Mexico, it will be 11 light lo the d ith Rinks, -iiiaws nnd papooses will shiro the lalool externniinlion, "No quirt 1, ' 1- tin try ofthe cowboys. A rinbablo Iii-iiinuiu bull. Ail iMi,(ii May 20. NoiiuanH.il ir wood, u ho leeenily dietl in l'loiula fiom the elicits ol a hill fiom a hoi-e, had -.20),-tK20 In-uianie upon his llle. As tliete arn coiillleting tepciits a- to the iiuinuei ot bis death, the insuiiiuce companies li ive s'Mir agents down fiom New York to loo' in' tlie matter. The Rquitablc i Iiih--p-t -d 10 the extent oI'.'sIOO.uiki, the United -d i' $25,(00, Nor!hwostorn..$2o,0u0, Mmhit tan. .'( i,ik hi; Now L'uglniid Mutual .lo -(H'o ; Peiin-ylvania Mutual, .-M'i.O'JO, ail Mtiiyland Life, $10,000. - IVI10 Aliiiiel Slow lilt Was. Niu YoitK. May 20. The nedn- ivh went by the name of Maud nteii.iit ii'i I 11 ho died in poveitv at thehnspit.il 1 lo.v days ago, I- learned to be Leonora Ili.idley of I.ancashiie, Rnglaiid. She played in the "Pilack Ciook ' under the name of (frace Lenno'x. and afterward iiiuh 1 n licuieiiani iiatucd btewartut Leavenw 1, h, Kan. liu- YmuiK l.ndj 11 bo Killed Memoir. N111 YoiiK May 20 -The bodi of thu young lad.i who killed berell at Hi" I. land Union Hotel wa identified list night by tilde on itedientof llornbv, N Y , iishisduugliter. It I said that ho had been unfortunate in a love tillaii with a vvi m man at, Rlmiia. tlio C'iiihIik lois i:,i,)o,ilnt; 'I'tieni-olves. MiNM'ii-oi.ts, M1-.V, May 20 The i.tll load ccmdiietois who me lii the cit t al tc ml their annual convention gave their entire clay and eieinng, in company with their wile-, to I'litoitainmcut. Minor News Notes. Authoiij 'I lii-ls and .Inuib Wo-ki-i both mar iled 1111 11, 11 en-tli on mil neat Uotiolt (lilsinotu iuic by lbe upi-ettbiuof a l.itt. The new Demon at It orpin at Philadelphia. I- to hoelilltst the Aiyu- It wPI bo Is-ue t onlv ns a sniiday panel iluilii(ctlu iunmui mi I 101111 rtcd into a iltillv next lull. The 1 1 till of Adolph bpipokels, sou of I lain bputkel. tlit-samil klujf,- lor sh,Hittilg M tl He li'iin', iioHletor ot the, bun Fun. - tnihhli. on Nonnnbei' 111 lt was mom cl Mtuulay ami nllloeonpywvi'i.i1 ' . 'Il, two liiMU'wut loadeis Mini Inn", n lililm.li 1I111: pint) nt biintlitso il biimlay mapped out tho (1tnll ' luilmi In IliooKlyii and set oi'hI Im ' 1 of iiirees lmvo since lett :on them. In the Intcmiittonul smiinri - Homo esiii(lH tin Aiii.-i li mi d , lnoppo-llloli to the pilmlples"! 1 stating that better iim-iimiiiw hH'l i til Aim-l It'll 'lbe Kieneli deli i u thedetiiilsol the Auioiii nil sysi .1 ' llsh nnd C.eiiniin deliwiliMsii)p 1 ' de'lilnKloiiliolllitiuuiaiit!lie. AicsmI liiillliitffioiii l'lilliub , ' 1 tllltd 1V (111) AlllllllHIl 1111111 01 ' oft I'liniiinn Mum dnv- no m 1 1 1 stHiiiisti-mllntf to -bow Hint sbi 1- en-, Insimii ImpitiiKi 1 an 1 pi lo, and hu-'" to New oik In eluiuce of a prli . , Ainbiosc Intel aimed men aboard in 1 1 liei new, and behmed In a rut Inu 1 u fnslitim foi tin Inmost icol. It is miiipa. (but -be wiisouiciuied In a flllbiwtoiliii: x I Hon dlteiteil iiuiilnst the ponce aed n( the I mlcd stnte ol Colombia It - in lie ill-oiiicim lented. byhivspoii tli In of lHtClvAUlej UMl'U 1 . tvflslrvi V.