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Critic WASHINGTON $ f 17TH YEAK---KO. 5,242. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 3 885. PUrOE TWO CENTS T.""Xj07S, 933 Ponna. Avonuo. Groat Reduction in Children's nib bed Hose. TWO PAIRS RIBBED HOSE 25c, Which is good vnluo nt 2."i cents per pair. LADIES' FRENCH LISLE THREAD HOSE Reduced to 88c formerly sold 81.75 per pair. CHILDREN'S SOCKS AND HOSE, III White, rinln Colors nud Fancy Stilpcd Cot ton mid Jaslo Thread. MISSES' HOSE In I'lnln Ribbed Silk, Cotton and Llslo Thread, nil colors, nud Fancy Stripes and open work. LADIES' SILK, COTTON & LISLE THREAD HOSE, All Colors, Taney Stripes and Open Work, Plain nnd Itlbbcd, In all tho best Trench and English makes. Also, LADIES' OVER-SIZE HOSE A SPECIALTY. WAR! WAR! ix Tim Millinery Camp. THE KINO 01" lEZIM'S MALICE HAS DECLARED WAR. No quarter given or askod. Tho com mand has gone forth to march on ward to tho slautrhtor. 40,000 Hats and Bonnets For Ladies, Misses and Children, 01 oveiy dcsciiplion, lo bo sliUigltteicd. Flowers,Tips, Plumes, Velvets and Ribbons. "Will shtue the Bamo fate. Laces, Gloves, Jerseys, Corsets AND Lace Gaps and Parasols Aio nUo lncludod. Tho King has decreed to closo tho cutho stock of rt- $60,000 WORTH of MILLINERY All New, Desirable and Stylish Goods. JlvoiydollaiVwoithhasBot to go. Call nnd convlnco youtsolf of tho inducements hold out. Now Is your chance Don't miss this opportunity to 80.10 your mono. KING'S PALACE 014 Seventh Street. WOODWARD & LOTHROP. vi.-v-.-.- ! y- n Friday, Remnant Day, As It 1 allied tho best put of tho day last Friday, wo sold compar.i tlcly few "Remnants'," so shall plnco on salo this Filday tho ae cumulation of Tuo WctU, miking this the Inrgcst collection nnd itno.x ccptlonally tho best oppoilunlty to eccuio genuine baigulns oror of fucd any piovlous Friday. Many houes wait until tho end of each season beforo marking down tlio Short Lengths, Itcmn.ints, etc., of that season's Roods. A house In unothcrcity tlneo dnjsajjo adver tised 5,000 lleinnants. Wo hivo not more than COO, Wo do not allow them to ac cumulate. Wo maik down nnd sell each succeeding Filday that week's accumulation of Shot t Lengths Odd Sl7c, Iliokcu Lines, etc., In every department whllo In season, In stjlo, and consequently deshablo. No mill Itcmnauts, nor midline- soiled goods, but ends of new sea sonablofnbilcs. Customers will find It to their In tel est to lilt our establishment Friday, Stay 'JO, "Regular ltcmnant Day," which has now become an RstablMicd bargain Day. A Uni versal Shopping Day. Tho busiest Day of tho week. WhjJ iletaifo out customeis uspicclato having dcshnblo Mioit End, Odd blzes, Rrokcn Line", etc., ut thoio durcdor "Remnant" pi Ice, which they 1110 offering. "Short Lengths" of Sea sonable Wash Goods : For the pat four days tho sales In this do pnrtmcnthno 1 cached hlght-watcrmaik, fai sin passing that of any pi e toils season. This Is not only gratifying to us, but a coin lining proof that otu customers uppieclato tho pi o vailing low prices Inauguintcd by us. As a part leclpiocatloii wo shall offer mi picrcdentul "Remnant Day" bai gains In "&hoit Lengths" of Ginghams, Pcicules, lawns, Sattecni, etc. Customus will bo fully tcpalel ly vMtlngtlils department on Filday, logular "Remnant Day." As a special inducement we shall sort out a choice lot of i2jc Ginghams, in ele gant Checks, Stripes and Plaids, and 'mark them at a "Remnant" Price of Sc per yard. 12 "Remnants" of Apion Cheek Ginghams, lengths llv, to t yauls; uvular pi Ice 8c. "Remnant" J'llio do 12 "Shoit Length," of elegant battecn", fiom 5 to lOviuds; regular prlto 15 nnd 'Joe. "Remnant" 1'ilco 10 nud liio 7 "Cut Pieces" of ymd-wldo Percale, lengths fi to ill j aids; legular prleo lOe. "Remnant" l'i Ice ...Oo (Second lloor ; take the elevator.) "Short Lengths" in Domes tic Goods. A splendid op portunity will be given Fri day customers to secure excellent values in Short Lengths of Bleached and Brown Muslins, Crashes, Flan nels and Cretonnes, which, considering the low prices at which they were already marked, are exceptionally good bargains. 31 "fchoit Lengths" of 30 inch Cotton". 11 "blunt Lengths" of l'lllowcivo Cotton, fioinl lo." j aids. I) "Remnants" of 10-1 Sheetings. 21 "Shoit Ends" of Linen Clashes, lengths 1 to3yauls. 20 "Mioit Lengths" of Cietonncs, lengths f 1 0111 2 to 5 yawls. (1 "ftboit Lengths" of 3(1 Inch Twilled 11U ached Cotton, 1 to 5 jauls; leguhu piico 12ke. 1,Hemnant"l,ilco lOo 11 Remnants Whlto "Domet" Flanucl; icgu lni pilto 15e. "Remnant" l'i Ico 80 1 12-1 Mniscllles Ucdspiead; legular pileo StJ.fio. "Remnant" 1'ilco S3 OO "Odds" in Men's Wear Dept. Your choice of our stock of "Broken Sizes" in E. & W. Linen Collars, 2 tor 25c. The following styles, Keo kuk, Glaucus, Cayuga, Ural, Beta, Peconic and Sir Walter, from 14 to 161 inches; not all the sizes in each line. Regular Pi Ice 2"o "Remnant" l'i Ico 2foi 2'io We also offer the following, constituting the accumulation of "Remnants" during the fore part of the week in this department: 7 pahs Men's Half Hoc, In caulliuit and pea cock bluo, diup stltcliiil and clocked, slusl), OVtjand 10, elegant quality; fount rpi Ico UTHic. "Remnant" l'i Ico 2.'io 1 sllglitlv soiled Night feliht, slzolo(j; resit !nr pi Ico title. ''Remnant" l'i Ico 2"o 2"F. F. V." Shhts, weio paitly Inundciod befoiotho customer dlscoveicd thoy weio tho wioiigM70, so weiu ictiiined. Wo exchanged thcinof couiso. hl7el7; legular pileo SI, "Remnant" Pi Ico nuo "Odds in Ladies' Belts : 1 1 allies' Fine Alllgatoi Dclts; icgulur pike l'-'e. "Remnant" Pi Ice 2"o 3 Ladles' Nauow Dlack Holts; icgulai ivlco '"Remnant" Fileo 25o 2 Ladles' Fancy Leather Uclts; legular pi Ico fide. "Remnant" Fileo 3"o :i Ladles' lllack Leatliev Dells, with steel clasps; legular pileo Title. "Remnant" l'i Ico 37o For other "llemnnnt Day" Attiaotlons seo Stat, Post nnd Republican, WOODWARD & LOTIJROP, Boston Dry Qoocls House, 03SIB PEICB 02Snj"5r, 921 Pa. Ave. 012 0 Street, . GOVERNMENT GOSSIP OI'I'iniAT. ANJ) UNOITIOIAI. IN AND AHOUT TJIi: OIU'AUTMIINTS. Tlio IMcsldolit's Cullers Ml. ltaynid'n Western lrli Appointments To-iluy Our Hcmoiist Dermises Mr. Olmolund lo .Spend Decoration Day III Now Yurie. The I'lcldcnl made the following ap pointments to-dny; Postmasters David Qtiackenbush, Jit. Vernon, N. Y.j William Stelner, Oak Paik, tend, Kan.; William N. Martin, Mus cogee, I. T. Tin- Cabinet Hireling. The Cabinet niccting tills afternoon was attended by all the lncmbcis. Ihr I)olliin Trli. lhe Dolphin started fioin Now York on nnother trial-trlii ut l)..'K) this mnrnlni;. 'llieP""el into urn nt full speed for six hours from Execution Light. The Iii-sIIi.ii1'n Cnllrm. Among the l'lesident's cullcis to-day w 010 Senator Jlei'herson, ltcmesciitnties JIcAdoo, Kden, Henley, I.e Kovie, Jttilgo Tliomnu, Colonel llogei Jones nnd Consul Johns-oil, JcnciaI Ituuali'H' l)iinii line. Oencinl Huggles, who has been I'orf-ov eialyenison dutv us mi a!staiit uiljti-tont-geneinl in tills city, will leuo on Jlonday lo 011101' upon ills new duties in Texas. Mr. I.annir mid lliv C!l II-Nit Ice. Sccictnry Lamai's position tliat the cliiel, ot division of the Interior Dcpnt liient do not come undeicivll-'-eiviio lilies wastulteii niter a decision to Hint ellcetby tho Ci 11-Sci vie c CoiiiiiiMoncts, rs-i .icim'.i viiiin., Pcnnlor jrel'herson, liepicciitatlvu JIo Adoo, Miles llos nud othei", wcie ut tho White House today discussing thu up pointment of a collector of inteiuul rev ciiue lot tho tliitd New Jeiscy dlstilct, Tlieic me three enndidutes for this posi tion. 7 lie 3"rclilcn'N J('ii:iiliii c, The I'lesidcnt will leave forXcwYoik to-iuonownlghtnt lOo'clock.iicconipanied by f-'ecictniies Ihidlcott, Whitney, Vilas, and I.amar, to paititJp.itoln the Decoi.i tlon day oxeiciscs in that city. He will icturn on Saturday night. Tlic Clink Iiiti'HlIsall.Mi. Chillies Sw oid and William I. Itobln 1011 testified, nnd the latter, on beingusked wlielhcr lie had not said that he "would not woik when he washnded over by any (I d toieigner," declined to answer, inula lengthy debate followed between Mr. Jlil lcr, counsel lor the defense, and Colonel Jackson as to whetlici witness should nnsw er. ?Ii. Itn.iai d's AV.'sllTil Tilp. 'lhe pioginmme ofSccietaiy Il.iyard's AVcstciii tiip was completed to-day. He will lcac Jlonday night by the II. it O., aiming at H, Louis Wednesday morn ing, whcio he will ho given 11 biniiuet bienkfust, w itii plates lor our bundled, nt tho Southern Hotel. Accompanied, by Senator Vest, the Secretaiy leaves St. Louis lor Colunibin on AVcdnesday night, delivering his OLilIon to the Stato Univer sity on Tliuisdiiy, On l'lidtiv hcdellveis nn oiation hefoio the State Unlveisity ot KunsasntLawience, ictttrnlng thencoto AVnsliington. Hccietaiy li.iyaid will be absent altogether ten days. Tin WiiIvk Coilit-IIni llul, III tlio Wales Couit-JIartial this 1110111 iiigJoslma H, Slioib. apotliee.uviit the Uiooklyn Xnvy-Y.ird Dispcns.iryjSuigcon 0. H. White of tho Museum ol Hygiene, 1'. A. Sitigcon John O. Ilovd, fotnicily nt the Nnvnl Hospital Iieic; 1'. A. Surgeon O'aines, AVilmei Woith, a elcilc in tho l!u leauol JledicinoandSiiigeryandfoiiiierly apothecary at tho JIiuo Island Navy "iiud. till" testified that ceitain niticles mentioned intlic voucheisns having been sent to their lcspeetis 0 stations had nover been ueeived, A leccss was taken until 2 o'clock to accommodate wltncises 10 qulitd to testily nt tho Diew liiul. Dlinoi 11111I IVixoiinl. The I'tcsident has been invited to at tend the llockville lair. Pecictaiy Jfaniilng lias lduincd fiom New Yoik, and was tit the Dep.utnient to day. Sccictsuy T.amtir, wlio lias been sull'er ing lioiu eliills, is 11 gieat deal better to day. The I'ostmnMoi'-Ucuci.il to-day ap pointed thiity-tlve postnuisleis of the lourth class. Dr. AValker AVc.u, the new supeitn tendent of thu Yellow stone, is ti member of tho Stato Senate of Missoini. Collectois of Internal Itovcmio' Owen A. Wells, third AVisconsin dlstilct; John it. Jlolony, Hist Michigan district. Majoi Itobeitsof Uiooklyn, N. Y now in the city, is tin applicant for appoint incut as Siiiieiliitcndcnt ot Police. I'ii'St Coinptiollcr Dinliam lias decided Hint mutilated bonds found 011 thu sticct cnnncrl be udeemed unless icgisteied. I). AValker AVear of St. Louis will to uioiiow qualify at the Inteiior Depnit nient as btipeiintendeiU of Yellowstone I'uik. The United Stntes I'ish Coiiunlssion has shipped within the past tew days 1,200,000 Mind tty to the Hudson 1th 01 and s,i1flool 000 to Atlanta, (la. Colonel A. Loudon Suowden. supeiin teiidi'tit ol thu I'iiiladelphia Mint, lias for watded his aesignatlon to I'lesidcnt Cleve land, to take oiled June 110. 'lhe captain of the Tieasmy watch-has made un olllcial report denying that any thing was done to lighten or intimidate thu new watchman, Wooden. The boaul appointed to lepott upon tlio nciessaiy coast delenses will hold its Hist mteting at tho AVar Dcpaitinent Jitney, by oulei ofSecietaiy lhidicott. An npiiointincnt to tlio Alexandiia col lectoislilp, vacant slnco thecxpiMtioii of Jonathan II, fiiny's. cominlsslon on May 22, is not ewpected loi some days. Dids have been onened at Hie ffovern- incut I'lintingOlllie foi mnteiiol and sup plies lor thu newt llseal war. Tho work ol' scheduling the bids will piobubly take until Monday, Thu hooid appointed lo wltnci the tiial of the Dolphin to day lelt this ( ity yestoi day loi the putpose. It was lcpoitcd this moining that nil conditions weie luoi tiblufot the tiiol. Colonel AV.ltetkly of i'llnco William County, Arn,, is to lecclvi tlioaipolntmuiit of ganger lor the AlOMindihi iutciiial iee nuo dlstilct. Tlio Colonel c.pccts to as sume tho olllco Juno 1, Mr. John D, Atkins of Tennessee, 11 iclnlho ol tho Commissioner ot Indian Adalrs. was to dav appointed topogtaplici in tlio (ieologicul Sunny. Ho lias occu pied a similar position bcfoie. Delegations or woiklugmon fiom New Yoik and Uiooklyn will wait upon tlio Attoiney-ticnoiaf to day to ptotest against the luesont system ol sending piisonotsto peiutentiailes wlieio contuict labor Is ear ilidon. TholollowliiRAVaslilngton buslnos moil weio mining tho blddeis lor furnlsliliig miscellaneous Mipplles to tlio War Do paituteut lor tlio coming) car, William II, Moses A: Son, It. K. nelplicnslini', ',, 1), flllmnn, ltolieit Ilovd, II, II. I (emptor, Julius Lansibui-ghjAv, fc. Thoinpon, Ueoigo ill.; Atitliew liotdcis, spuria, in,; l.tiocit A, JicLeod, Palnivra, Jlo.j It. K. ltnllicii sqn, Junction Cltv, Kun.; S. L.Stuitcvunt, l.'oltn.ln,. V..1. . l'i. .,.,,. ill DlillKrlnl- If,.!. llvnonl, r.. M. AV. llevcrldgo, AV. II Duller, J. 11 Lanibie, National iiroom and AVIsp Company, -It, liohisclimldt, AV. J. C. Dulnnv & Company, lJorbottr.V Hamilton I'. J. Kellogg, A. Salts, Peterson & Cltllih, K. A. Pchnlcder, K. O. Wlieelor, J. W. Dole lor & Son. Robert AV Goode, a cousin of Solicitor (Journal Goode and nlso of I'rofossorOoodo of tlio Natlpnal Jtusoiim, nrrlved to-day fiom the AVeston business connected with tho Departments. His said lie will bo tin applicant for tlio District Attorneyship of Lastorn JIlssouil. AVllllam T. Foul of tlio District or Columbia, chlefof the rceotd division oftho Pension Oillcej Nnthnn It. Prcnticeoi'AVis cousin, a Sl.lOOolerkln tho Southern di vision: John P. Pollock of Pennsylvania, n $1,200 clerk in tlio some division, and Deniamln 1 Hnwkcs ol Oliio, a 1,200 cleik In tlio AVestcrn division, have boon teniovcd for "oilonslv c paitKinship." Iiiformatlon was lecelvcd hero to-dny of tliesttddcn dcatli of Hon. II. A. Silver, formcilv State Senator of If 111 ford County, JUL, but late n citlon of Jlissourl, Ho had been Indoiscd by the delegations of Arkansas. Jlissourl and Tetns for tlio po sition of Southwestern superintendent of the Ituilwov JIolI Sei vice, and would h.n e ieccied the nppolntnicnl. Mr. Silver died ol apoplexy. Lieutenant Buckingham, piesldont; Jlr, Dccaindiy, sccrctiny, Commissioner of Patents Montgomery, Maicollits Onrdener and Thhd Assistant l'ostmustci General Haeu or the United States Ho ml ot Commissioners to the Now Oilcans De position, have iett for that city to attend the closing ol the exposition and supciiu tend the lcutowtl of the Government's exhibit. THE COLORADO DEMOCRATS. I'icHtilcnl tilotfiliinil (Hie Ilium 11 I'luco ol Ills Blind. A delegation of Colotado Dctnoei.its came out of the AVhite House yc-iterd ly afternoon with Hushed faces, dejected Kigc and heat Is bowed down. They had been the recipients of u sound drubbing nl the hands ot the President, who had not hesitated to speak his mind w itli the foico ol 11 plle-diiver. They had called on the Piesidcnt in scaicli of an olllce, but they had haidly squalid themselves to speak bclore Jlr. Cleveland lcmindcd them that they had already recommended two men foi olllce, One ol whom tinned out to be unwoithy nnd the other to have scivcd a teim in the peiilteutlniy. "J'hoso men weie appointed." said the Piesldcnt, "at vottr earnest solicitation. Now, how can I believe anything you Coloindo Dctno ciutssay?" And willi tin impatient gos tme tho (Iclegntion was watted gently into the open uir, to cool off nl tlicli lclstiie. 'I ins liioiiiing Jlr. AVlllinin Stnplelon, editor of tlio llocki Mountain A'cus, the only daily Deiuociatic paper in Coloiado, was lound ut the Llibltl mid questioned ns to tlie scene at the White House j c-dculny. "I was not tlieuo niyscll," "aid he, ''and have no ceitain inloimntlon ns to who composed the delegation. Hut I can ny thntthcic 11 1 e ceitain persons hero lroin Coloiado, claiming to lie ropicscntatlve Demociats, w lio me not entitled to tliutdls Unction, and 1 piesumclho Piesldcnt has mil afoul of some of them. Our rejiro sentathe Demociats, such as Governor Giant and Jlr. Pnttcison, have other busi ness to attend to nnd have not been seen Iieic. "I can say lor Dr. Jteicro that be has piacticed medicine in Coloiado for ten or tw civ c j cms, and i conMdciid 11 cultuicd. quiet Kciitleiuan. 'lhe jmidlc weio not gcncinlly ttwnrotiiat lie had an utiloilu nute habit of going on a liilci spice about once eveiy j-ear, and hence he was in doiscd and recommended by the best peo ple of Coloindo, who ugiet Ills conduct lieie. The other npnoiiumeut lo which tlie 1'iesident leleited i.iiscd 11 howl of in dlunntioii till over Coloiado, and I ennuot heileve it was ucominendedlivuiiy Deiuo nat in Hint State. I do not blnmo tlie Piisident lor feeling some degiee of io seutinenl, but I hope lie will imply hisilis pkasuie w itii disciimiuatioii. Distriot Government News. Itr.visiMi Tin: Poiieu Jf xt'i.. Tho Coininlssionoi weie engaged to-d.ij ill ie v ising tlie police niuuual. Hi:i. I 'statu Aoi:nts' Homi. Tlio Com missioners have made a change In tho foim of the leal estate agents' bond. Tax Hi crins. TlieColleetorslulos that his icccipts up to to (laynie about equal to tho amount icceivedupto tlie same day last year. Hi.NriMi Sciiooi.-I'iOoms to ni; Discov TlMtt 11. 'I he Conimissioneisliuvo decided to discontinue iciitiiig lour schools alio July 1 next. This is lendeied possible by the diction of iicwscliools by thcDistiict. The annual sav ing in icnts w ill bo $J,r"U. Dins Oi'iM'i). The Coininissioucis to dayicccivid bids lot tlio election oftho udilltiou to tlio Stephens school building, n desciiption of which impiovcnicnt has aliculv been piinted in Tin; Ciiitic. V. Iluldw in was the lowest bidder. His hkl was!s20,100. Ciosixo Tim Distiuct Orricr". The Coinntissioneis hnvo modillcd their older dosing tlie Dlstilct ollhcs 011 Dceoiatiott day, so as to excuse only those w hose ab sence will not prejudice tlio interests of tlie public. This action was uecosaiy on account oftho SOtli not being a legal holi day, and also the lost day on wlihli tax payers enn pay their taxes foi tlie last half ot tlio j car. Commission! us' Itiqursi. Tho Coniniis sioucis have wiltten Sccicttuy Manning lequcstingtliatJIissKosaLewisbeictained in her depaitment. This action 011 tlie pnit of the Coiniuissioncis was occasioned 011 account of tho gill's tathei, Mi Lewis, bin ing died in tho seiviceol the Distiict while icpaiiing tlio small-pox hospital tliue wars ago w hen no other cm pouter could be found who would undertake the job. Jlr. Lewis lelt nu invalid vvifuitud time daughters, Tiio Commissioners tluotigliSicictaiy Folger had Jliss Lewis appointed to 11 position in tho Tieasui y so Unit shocoifld suppotttlio family. Keat ing that the new Administration might not bo luioiniedof tlio ciicumstanccs of her ctt'e, tlio Coinniissioneis wiote Sec lttmy Jltinning stating tlie tacts. Pi luitTS to HtJiMi, Sophia Snyder lias taken out a licimit to ciect a stole and dwelling on tho south sido of Pennsyl vania avenue, between rotntcentli and Flitecnth stieels, which will cost flO.OTO. The building w 111 bo 2,'i x Ml feet and tlireo stoiiesliigli. Other pcunits to Imlldhavo been gianted to V.J. Tibbit to eicct four stoics and dwellings, nt Vouilccntli and X sticcts, $11,000; Mr. Do Ncal, to eicct four fiamo dwellings on I, between Twellth nnd Thlitecnth sliects southeast, J2,000, Also to Joseph and J. D, Sibbey, to erect two dwellings 011 N sliect, between Twenty-ninth nnd 'lhiitieth stiects, to cost $1,000; AV. C. Jolinsetn, four dwellings on V sticet near Now Jeiscy nvcnuo, iU.100; John Nilnnd, u dwelling on Twenly-tliiid, between I. and Jl, 1,::00; O-car Smith, two frame dwellings on Kiist, between M and N southwest, $S0O, John O' I.i m v. a li.une dwelling on Sixth, be tween ICand L stiects southwest, $sW. The Iliimiiilht's Spilng.Stjles. 1 luts w it li bricks In them tuo again w 01 11. Tlie spiing slyles or hoots midslioes, like coi potations, huo no souls. Onitciountol the haul times coals aio now worn longer than usual. Tlie spiing has been so cold and luck wind that dog pants tuo bcaicely seen it is n nobby tiling for policemen in dis pensing chin ity to distiilnito tall wiaps among tlio poor. I'Vatlici-tiimmed suits tue veiy slylisli and youngelilekens tuo disi udin,5 tlioii ou coats for them. OUR 'PRESS GALLERY. oni: or inn most r.NTintritisiNO OI' NIlW-j-GATIIIIKI'.ltS, llio Wnslilngton CoircsiKindcnt of tlio "Now York Ilornld," Wlnxn Viirlcd and liidiiti Ions Curenr in 11 JoiuimlUt Covert I'ullj 11 (iiiuitur or 11 Ountitrj. Jlr. Herbert A. Preston Is tho regular correspondent of tlio Now York Iteiald. Ho is in ids forty-fifth year, a native of Charlestovvn, JIass,, and has been con nected wltii Journalism Torn quarter of a century. In lloston befoio tho war ho vvoikcd on tho lloald and also on the Ledger, tho latter a paper started once up on a time in opposition to tlio former. Ho served In tiic army for tluoo yeais and nciiDrnr a. prhston. was oileied the position ot war couesporid cnton (lie Cincinnati Comma chit. Tins lie declined and became 0110 of tlie cltv Mull oftho Cincinnati y.Viiiic)-. He came, to this city in IsiJd mill became an attache ol tlio A'nUowtl InUlUnentct . In ISC) lie went to tlio Xnlhnal Iteimbllcun, nnd in 1870 ho accepted a place in tlio AVtishington butcati of the Now York JTctuM. In 1875 lie look cbaige ol the New A'ork Sim bitieau, but ictiiined to tlie Jlauhl in tlio fall or 1877 and has been its regular coiiespondent hire cv er since. Dining tlio negotiations lor tho tieaty ol Wiisliington tlio Haahl was the inediiiui through which a number of impoitaiit state secicts weio niado public, lo (he great nnuo.vtiucc ol President Grant, who thought some one wascoiispiiiiig to defeat the chief ambition oliiis Administration, nnd openly charged Jlr. Piestott with aiding the conspiiacy. This caused the piopnetor of the paper to "Hie him out," ns it weie. Dining tho last lusli laiuiuo Jlr. Pieston eveitcd himself in collecting funds In this city to aid the sulleieH, and sictiud neai lytJl.OOO. Liko most of tlio older newspaper men, continued Indulgence in tlio luxuiics of life have made lilni n plump and pleasing poison. Heislondol convocation nud de oted to bon mots, which lie handles in 11 style that gicatly 10-einbles that ot Senator AMllium Jl.Hvoits. Jlr. 1'icston eauies about with him a somewhat spaiselv settled bcaul and mousiuelie of u loddlsli hue. He makes no indentions to phenome nal gilts as a wilier, mid cities only to be esteemed ns having "a 110-0 lot news.' Ho is ccilainly so esteemed. Pacts, lather thnn ihtloric, eotistitnU' his loite. Jlr. Pieston is obly seconded in thu ill elmigeol his laboiloits duties bv the in telligent assistance ol Ah, p Atiick Dig gin, who commenced his hminnltstic caiccron tlio Ileiuld witli tho elder Hen net In 18.1a, when tlie pa pei was stalled. Jlr. Digglns is a permanent hxtitie at- lacueii to tne no am s leal estate. lllO i:llsciip.tl C'llllVlllltlllll, At ycsteulay's session ol tlie Djiiscopal Convention at Halliiuote, Hislioji Paid rend his Hist tinnuul addicss, in wliieh lio stated that he had conlliiued 1,101 pci-ons, oidniiied one nud consccinleil one 1 lunch since Ills election on Jiiniuiiy S, last. Ho urged gicater liberality in suppoit of diocesan missions and suggested that the convocations should give mote attention to missionaiy woik. He nlso advocated diocesan woik among thocoloied pcoplu ns a matter of special iuipoilance, and this subject wasconsidcicd ntsome icngtli hy the convention, Tlie delegates will lie iccclvcdliythe bisltopat his lesldence this evening. AVlill St lent (IiiHsIp, Ni.w Youk, May 2. Jloney 11 percent. D.xchauge Him but dull, Governments Hun. Cuucncy, Cn, 12!) bid, Is, coupon, 122i bid; Us, coupon, U.li bid. Dullness was tlio only icatuie oftho Stock Kx cliange tliis moining. Tlioto weio but lew biokeis piosent, and these conllncd their tiansactions to small lots, notovei a linn died sliaics changing hands at one tinic -...- 1, 11 1 Miss Cnullolil'H Cniiilltliiii. Nr.W Yohk, May 2S. Nellie Canllehl was still olivo last evening. Nellie ox presses no sotiow loi her net and looks calmly iotvvnfd lo death as tho onlv luliel fiom hci stllleiings. .She Is pcifeetly con scious and com etscs with hei mother and those nfher schoolmates who have been allowed to see liei. Tiwiitv-tuii l.lwi I. list. Niw Youk, Jlay 2S. Tito S. S. City ol Koine, when oil the banks ol Newloiiud laud 011 tlio 2'itli instant, urn over tho rieneh baiqiio Geoige Johns, which sank immediately. She had twenty-lour pei-ons on bond, ofwhoni only two weio saved. A dense fog piev ailed at tlio time. - l'n 11 1- Milium Killed. CiiwuifcTos, W. A' v., Mav 2S, Four mluon weio killed mid ovei llfty seiloiislvluluied ut tliocoal liicllno of tho Kimuvvhii Mining Cum puny, twenty two miles ahuvu tills cltv, on tlio Kanawha River, at 7 o'clock josteiday morn ing, Ml. IIiiII'm Cinss-lllll. llwUMomi, Jin., Jlav 2S. Mi. Ditgene N. Kelt Hied a iiosn-lilll lodin in the suit hiought hy his wife ioi dhoice, lie cluiigcH tluit she led 11 notoilutis Hie plioi lo liei mauiago. Dentil ol a Noted i;iiili)lui. Tinsros, N J, Alny 2S. -Dx-Auditoi Palmer ot NewnrU died in tliuStnle pilson lo day, lie was seivlug 11 teim ol twelve yetus loi einbe.ling WoO.OOO of tlie city's nioiiev , 'lhe 1 1 till of Oliiveilus. Kiciimomi, A' v., Alny 23 -The testimony lliis morning in tlio Clitveiius minder dial was mainly concerning lhe chaiactei c?t the aocuscd. AN OUTBREAK FEARED. The 1'iirls Autliorllli's Anlli Ipntlng liniihloon the Day of Hugo's I'niiuriil. I'Aius, Jlay 23. The police and mili tary olllchils tiro taking every precaution topicvcnlan outbreak dm lug tho pro gress or tlio funeral of tho loto A'idor Hugo, which lakes place on Monday. Mine. Dcrnhmdt lias applied to tlio city ofllclals lor permission for hei-olfuud her company to participate in tho funorul pioceciioii. The authorities hnvo issued a decree oidcilng tlie julests stationed at tho Pan theon to quit within forty-eight hours. This oidcr litis cioulcd much feeling and indignation in Koiiian Catliollo eiiclcs, and several of the organs ol tho church contain bittci articles denouncing tills action of tlie Government as saciellgiotts and tyiauulcal. llilnlis Win- liiuvlliililo. Loniios, Jlay 2S. Piofessor Amorlcus Viunlieiy, in an iutcivlow yesterday, states that lie bcllovts an Anglo-Hussian war to bo inevitable. A A'lennn jiiper lldlculcs Kussia's ex piesscd intention lo publish an Alghau blue-book, mid lomaiks that In a country wheie theie Is neither a Puillamcnt noi u ficept ess such hooks escape criticism nud nie tlielefore valueless. Chlneso lctteis) state that tlio Dnglish sqttudton in Chinese waters is extieinoly active in watching tlie movemeuts of tlio Russian lion dads, paiticulaily neui Poit Hamilton, in IMnlidl Wants I'ciice. Domioi.v, May 28. News lias reiched iicieto the died that thcJIahdlls jiro paung to dispatch an envoy lo the Khedive for tliepurpocofobtaluingleriiis upon which it peace iiiuy he lcstuied in tlie Soudan. I'liii'lgn llrev Hies. I.o.miov, Jlay 2S. Tlie Hankol Lngiand lias icduied Its into of discount to two per cent. Drains, Jlay 2S. l'rincc Hisnuirck will go to Kis-ciigcn In June. Ho lias ulteady rented a villa tlieie. llitni.iv, Jlay 23. It was olllcially iin uoiinced tills moining (lint tlie ihupcioi William spent it bad night. Lovdo.v. May 23. The draft of the tieaty pioviding lor the ncitttaliatlou ol tlie Suez Canal is published bete. Hkiiiin, Jlay 23. Geiinan linns at Te heran, Persia, me Inhaling to pioiiuc a concession lorn laihoad fiom tlieie to tlio Persian gulf. Lomio.y Jlay 23. A dejeuner was given lo Jlr. lleiuy M Stanley to-day by pioiui nent Haptistswhoiitciu Loudon attending the JIuy meetings. ' THE INDIANS' RAID. Ovci 'llililj I'm suns Klllml Thus I'ii'i Ity tho ItiMtsMiiH. TtT'o.v, Am., JIuy 23. Tho present raid oi Geionlino is illicitly 111010 ills tistiotts to Hie than that of two ycaisagu when Judge JlcComas was slain. Then but seventeen pcisons were niurdeied, while Hvo linvo been killed in Arloiln so fur, and twenty-five in New JIoxico. Gcneiul Ciook Is en ionic to the fiont mid will co operate with Ge11e1.1l Hiudloy, who commands the forces in New JIoxico. 'I lie Mexican Consul in this place has notified his gov eminent that tlie Indians niclicading tow aid Cliihuahuaand advised that the haciendas lie warned. Sir.vi 11, N. JL, Jlav 23. Tho total liuni hoi of poisons killed by the Ainches in the Jlogollon Jloimtains and Gila Diver cottntiv Is piobubly estimated up I10111 twenty-live to thiity. I'oi t D u vim, N. M Jhiv 23. Tho In dians are leaving their reservation diily 'lhe number of Indians doing tho killing timing tho last ton days is said by tho niilitaiy authorities lo bo only 1IJI. Di mi. so, N. JL, Jlay 23 Repot Is lioiu Lake Valley are thatii baud ol about foitv Indians came in sight of tho settlement, '1 lie eitiens armed themselves and went out to hold the lcdskins in i heck Tlie Indians then went towaul Cooks Canon. '1 111! AlUMIIIllllll i;ivctiin. Aiixvmuiiv, Jlay 23. The mituiei 11.1l ckctlon Is taking place to-day ihero tire two tickets in tho Held, the ugulni Deinocintle ticket, headed by John 11. Smool, loi Jlajor, and the Kejiublli .111 Independent ll Uet, licnded by H.T.Lucas. Tlie election is Tor all miuiicipal olllces. 'tlie city is solidlv Doniocratlc unci theie is no doubt that tho letttins will show a 1 oinplcto Deiuociatic v ictcn y. K. Kempoi, foi corpointlon nttornvv, u. V. ltlco, loi uuditoi, and JL II. Hallow for city tie is uierme nmoiig the names 011 the Deiuo ciatic ticket. ! A lllg AVi-stuui M01 j. Citti M.o, Jlay 23. A lopoil tioni New Yoik that rut shecilv mm urilved tlieie luoke, nftcr losing $'K),000 In Chicago, and that Geoige Hawkitisand Jliko JfeDouald had paid J20 1,000 to 11 rich AVyoming cattle king in n game of dtaw poker, Is the suhcctol consideiable ineriiuicnt aiiioni: spoitingmeiK l'li'.isiint lni-Ilupiilillcaii Olllilnls, Ni.w Youk, May 23. A special to tho ll'oilil tioni Wnshington says tluit Senator A'ooihces dcsciihes tho President us say ing in nu interview with him tliat lie in tended to remove oveiy Republican olliee lioldoi of any prominence at the eailiost possible moment. In IMeiniii.v ol SI1111111 SiijiIim. llAiiiiisiunci, l', Jlay 23 A monu ment elected by the State to tho lnenioiy ot felinon Snyder was unveihd today in Selin's Giove. Governor P.ittlson, isiiiion Caiiieion, e Goveiuoi iiilin and ev-Gov-einoi Hnitianlt inado appiopuate speeches, Anlvnl of II1111111111 liiinilgianls. Ni w Youk, Jlay 23. Tho steamship As(onsin. tioni Liveipool, laiided 100 Jionnon tinmigiantsyesleiday. William Pantoi bilngs 11 new wite. Shots Mis. Panto! No, 1, and was met hy tho tlneo othei Jhs. l'antois at tho dock. Mcilinslilp Coiiipiililch' CoiiMilldiitliili. Ni.w Youk, Jlay 2-) Tho luiiiau steam ship Line ol New Yoik and Liveipool steamers will soon be consolidated with thcAmctkun Line, umiiing fiom Phila delphia, nud lhe lted btai Line, hctweeu this poll and Antweip. 1 - A rimiil In Tt'MIs, Al'sun, Tiws. Jlay 23 Tlie Coloiado ltlv er is booming and a Hood N imminent. At counts tioni Laiedo, San ((Antonio, Dallas, j'oit AVoith Cameron and elso wlieieaie liaught with evil tidings, 'lhe Alleged Ihiiliezlm Alioli'd, Ni.w Youk, JIuy 23. J N. Day, acoused bvJIaitin it Itunvon. bankors at No UK) Dioadwav, ol embezzling Wo.OOO while ciishlci for them, was auostcd last night at ills homo in Newaik, N. J. ('mid Wlillaher n l.awyiu, Coii'Mutv, iS. C, May 23. Four young colored men weio admitted to piacticoat the b.u ol this Stato yestoiday. One of them is J. C. Whitakei, tho cadet w ho be came notoirous-ut West Point. 'I Im I'eiiiinvlvunlii Sioiiige. 1'iiTniii no, l' Jlav 23, Two now eases ol shkuosH, hut no deaths, weie tepoitcd at Paiis Itoads yesteidav. Tlie phvsiuans think they will check the disease In a low dav -., A ltaltlnioio llluo. DviTiMOitr Jtn Muy 23 Klieoarlvlhis moiiiing in the tiiinltiue faitoiy ot liemv Koessei A. Hon on PoitllUld. SlU'd, QMISC'A IvlVolCW, THE WATER WE USE. AA11AT IUAJOU I,YI)i:OKi:U lfS1 A OF ITS Ut'AI.ITV. A I'uro anil llrulthj- Itinoi ngp, mill the nii'iisuroH'I liul Will ll 'In Iciui to Keep It. So mill Olivlnln Any Further Scarot 01 Si'iisiillom on tlio Subject. Jitijor Lydeckcr tlie Dngineer Coniniis sloner, has submitted to the Chlefof Dii gineers Ills report 011 the condition oftho water supply, and the document lias been laid befoio tho Secretary of AVar. Secrdniy Dndicotl declines to furnish tlf leporl for publication until action h is been taken upon it 'I ho leport Iscptite elaborate, illustrated hy diagrams, etc., and gives n technical desciiption of tho situation and rovlow ot all tlie sources fiom which tho contamina tion of the water supply would ho possible. Tlio report takes tho ground that tho water supply of tho city is pute nnd healthy, but it is understood to recom mend Hint the necessaiy stops bo taken to stop all possible leakage or diaiiiago lrom thu canal or from itnpuie surroundings that can glvecoloi to popular scares, such as that rcccnllyoccasloncd by sensational lepoits. Acting upon tills report Secretary I'mlkott will, It is understood, institute it lutthci Iuqtiliy Into the means of over coming tlio causes of complaint, and will take stops to cuuy theso suggestions pioinptlj into execution. In the uientiiiie, the Aqueduct author ities haw teinpotnillycloscdthodlschiirgo weii fiom the canal Into the river us tightly s possible, pending negotiations w 1th (lie cnnul company lor its pcun uient closure. Captain Symons will go to tlio Great Falls on Jlonday, June 1, to meet tlie piesldont and boaul ol directors oftho canal company, and will endeavor to make such arrangements with them in rifeicnce to changing the weii, etc., as will tend to leniove all possibility of ques tion ns to the piuity 01 impmlty of Poto mac water. Allele Iltigo'n Cancel, Hvinvx, Jlay 23. Tho Halifax IfitM lias published details of the louiiutie tart cor of Adelo Hugo, (laughter ol tho late poet and to whom lie loll half his for tune. When a girl living in Diussels she fell in love with 11 young man named P111 seii He joined tho Ittiti-h Annv nud was ordeicd to lltililitx. He piomise I t mill r,v Allele In Loudon, but when sh leached theie lie hud gone to Httlilux Sin? followed him to Halifax but lie refuse I to many her nud became engaged to a dauglitei ortlie Premier of Nova Scotia He left loi Ilaihadues, lint Adcle followed him, Sotnewais tigo, woin out by his neglect, she became insane and was placed ill a piivatctisylum. 'Ilir Client Railroad Tight. I'liii.Mii 1 iiiu, l'.., May 28. The gieatiall load light Is fail ly nuclei way nud tliustrug gluovci tbo II iltlmoro & Ohio's piojcctcd eu tianci! Into tlio city Is likely to bo protracted as well as hotly conducted. Tlio opposing sides will inciisiuii steel In deadly eat nest this afternoon, when Councils' Cummfttcu on Hall toads holds ItH meeting nt 1 o'clock. To this committee, lit the lust meeting ot .Councils, weru lcfeirtd thu ordinances for the construc tion of tlio Ualtlmoiu & I'lill ulelplila Ituihoul and tho Hdiuvlklll Itlvet Rist Side Ituihoul. tngctliei with ill aw lags of tlio lotito cf tlio now Hue. Itccllfj Ing 11 Jiiillclnl llliiiuloi. C'oli'muiv, S. C, JIuy 23. Solomon Alt 1111111, cciiivklcd of liituisluughtui in I87d, was, tlnoiigli mistake, sentenced to life impiisoninent. A dooico liuving been tiudo allow ing 1111 nppcu! the case v,i taken to thoSiipicuio Cottit, vvhkli yester daj lcmiindid tho ptisoner lor sentence in conlorniity witlt tlio law, which allow only twentv jeais' impilsoiimcnt. Altiniu will ptcihnbly bepaidoned. 1 I'liinsj lMinlu License'. 1 1 AiiuiKiii'iti., 1' v., Jlay 23. In tlio I louse, ol Hepteseiitatives Jfr. Hrown oileied 1111 iiiueudmcnt to the high license hill pio vidlngloi licenc lnnglng tioni s,2,5o in cities ol the Hist and second classes to cviO 111 boiotlglisol loss than 5,000 inliubit.uiU agued lo 'lhe lull was oidctcd Iran scubed foi third reading. 1 ho JoiM'y Oil) IHhiistoi, .It i-st Citv, N. J., Jlay 2'J. Tliecor onei to day decided that lio inquest was iieiet-sniy 111 the case oftho persons who lost tluit lives by tlie tailing of the build, ing on Colgate street. Null Winks o Shut Diiimi. Ci.sci.xnvti, May 23. Tlio Western Nail Association declined to accept tlie pin- pos.il of the vvoikmcii to continue list vim's scale and will shut down Saturdiy iiiglit. 1 Inn 111. 111 lor Ooveriim. Ni w Youk, Jlav 2s. State Sonalir Hiuce ol Ohio says that it is piobable th it llio Dcmociacy will uoniinato Judge. '1 Iiurinun foi Govcrnoi. I'eaiiu Conlctt'il. IlALTiMOiu:, May 2S In spltoof a vvoll told story, .lames Gialiam Pe.ino was couvictod of assault upon Mrs. i;. M Klrkliind at tho Al bion Hotel 'V lio juiy was out but a fow mo ments, anil had lcnUy nuulo up tlieie minds bo fine tliej left tlio box 'llio Juty evidently, could not believe Ills stoij, mid returned 11 indict iindei vvhkli tlm veiling lawjermay In nut to tlie iieiiltcntlaiy for fioui live to clglileiu viais Wi'lioii'ilngllm llailliolill.Sliituu. Niw 01ih May 2S Tlio Aldcim mlc Com mittee on (lie ll.a lliokll Stiituu icceptlou met cteiilay and .iilianeeil theh pi 021 amine, but did not complete It '1 hoy will meet tlio Iseie A lauding will bo mado at lledloei'n Islauil and the putv will then proceed to this cltv. when 11 lcieptloll will bo tendeiol thoin. In the evening tho t lumber of Cominoico will banquet the guests. 1 1n, I'lolie some CouIjom Ss Fiiamisco, May 28 Tlio 1 li v 'Ilioinjs toutcrt Tioupo, which unit est Irri vesteula.iepoit that tliolr special ti.iln was hoaidcd at toollilge, N. M., by aim clot ow bojs, who, with dinvvii lovolveis mud' t1 miilc Inns pliiy nud Mmo Aliitcinasuig Mm Matnna comiilalncd of u headache but 1 In cow bins would not take no foi antiuswi . Minor News Notes 'the (ablnet's action In rotiKluc to p-mtt 111a thodiiviiiui entS exhibit at thoNowOrleius KxiHisltluii has eioated gieat dismay at Nt tt 01 leans 'lliocxiliisho tight of tho author and com puei of '"llio Pirates ot Pcnzanio' ti tin publliutloiioi th it opeia lias been uUlnned in j. uioitlilisllnPliihiilelplila. Daniel W Kauffinan, tho postal cletk wi was nu iM ed In this city osterelav foi uthl 1 the ninlls, hns been committed to tali 1 ' mmo In default of So, two bull, A sliango stoiy comes fiom 1 1 uiiiee, thiough Its agent, foment belllou us 11 feeler proliinliiuiy tut 1 of tho Flench Cauadlaus fiom the Georgo F Post, alias "Hung v 1 3 smallest ot tlio Now Yoik 101 ml dleis was sent to pi Non foi fuiu - day, ho having pliueleel guilty to -u . J riom ,loeph llanmlcn an laigll Walkei hennielj.eelltm oftho r of Jleiiiplils, 'lonn, lias bo. h Judge 'Douglas of tlio Ulnm 11 ' ten dii) In the county Jnil nud 1 (l " S.IO foi contempt of com t !.' M i ' i I 1 spat la tlio face of Attomci Gun 1 en v , who diew a pistol and attempted ' sin ,r 1 u. Two joung men who were rowiu, 1 r Yoik li.ulior Tuesday night wiii 1 1 1 lliltlsh win ship Canada and wu. 1 m 1 i' tho sentrj lalllni; to umwei utioe lulus balled time Union tliosonliv find onllic Uoiii, ami tin ouupants uiwod uwny The st un lauiu lied was dlspateliocUn puisiilt and ive taking the boat tho two on uniuits w ai 1 est d and hold on hoaiduU night es -day Hi' prisoners maeiOftSumclCUtWpUUAtUa WUUO ivleivwl.