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,. AtMMA($rs .HHiHliy The 1, 17TH YEARNO. 5,244. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 3 885. PRICE TWO CENTS Btha Critic. WASHINGTON 1 4 r 'r k rAYLOB'S, 983 Ponna. Avonuo. Great Reduction in Children's Rib bed Hoso. 1VVO PAIRS KIBBED HOSE 25c, V hlch Is good value lit 'J" iuitf! per pair. .UAD1ES FRENCH LISLE THREAD HOSE Deduced to 8c., foimcrly sold ?t.7fi per pair. CHILDREN'S SOCKS AND HOSE, xnWhlle.ITuhi Colors nml Fancy Stilpod Cot ton and l.hlol bread. MISSES' HOSE n I'lnln ltlbbed Silk, Cotton mid l.Nlo 'lluctil, nil colors, uml l'nncy Stilpos mid open work. LADIES SILK, COTTON & LISLE THREAD HOSE, All ( nlom.rnnev Stilpcs anil Open Woik, 1'lilti end IMbbcd, In nil tlio best Pi each and hngllsh oakc". Also, LADIES' OVER-SIZE HOSE A SPECIALTY. WAR! WAR! in 't'lir. Millinery Camp. Tin: kino or JKIIffS IFALACE HAS DECLARED WAR. quarter given or askocL Tlio com mand Ua" gone forth to march on ward to tho slaughtor. !c 40,000 t Bats and Bonnets Tor Ladles, Misses and Children, 01 cciy description, to bo skiuglitcicil. lowers, Tips, Plumes, Velvets and Ribbons. V111 shaio the samo lute. Laces, Gloves, Jerseys, Corsets AND Lace Oaps and Parasols (Yro aUo Included. Tho King lias decreed to closo tho entire stock of ni,M10 WORTH of MILLIMRY All New, Desirable and Stylish Goods. Evoiydollar'sworthhasgot to go. Call and ?onvlnco j ouisolf ot tho Inducements hold out. Sow U your chanco. Don't miss this opportunity tosaooui,inonoy, KING'S PALACE 814 Soventh Street. Woodward & Lohirop. Why Wi; Madk Reduc tions. Trade has been slow and we are desirous of promptly disposing of a large surplus stock of Spring and Summer fabrics, the demand for which has been checked by the unseasonable and gen erally unfavorable condition of the weather. We allow no goods to ac cumulate and go over from one season to another, pre ferring to open each season with an entirely new and de sirable slock. R i: v i v. w . We herewith give a brief mention of some of the many lines of goods of which we have a slirplus, and which have been reduced and previously advertised : Uuinet s Black bilks 1.'J." grade leittucd to?l.U(i Si .no v ii.T, Si .75 " " si no St! 00 " " 81.70 S'juri " " 31.0(1 U'J huh largo Check bilk Suuilt", SIM), i educed to 31.00. 0-10llbitt Lmllcs' Cloths 111 a most magnificent lino of iloshablo shade) imd colorings St .00 ami SI 2", lodueod to 7"ic. 40-inch Fine Black AU Wool Lace Bunting, very de sirable fiOc, 1 educed to.'lTXo. 40-inch All-Wool Black Brocade Grenadine, elegant floods (ISc, latticed to. "0c. We have a surplus stock of Hosiery, and make the fol lowing reductions to effect their early disposal. They must be sold : l ndtcs'0.foid Mixed Cotton Hose, good Him (lunllly, double heels and toes (nil tegular made. l'onnii mlcu Kin bin plus stock inlio s'"K LiiiIIoh' I hie Unbleached llnlbilgKitu lloac, iliiublo hiels nml toes loi summer wear. louncr ptlrc -la Surplus Stock lulcn 'Jlc I. idles' line Split Feet llluik Hose, also white heel unit toe. Toimci prlic '2l)c Sut plus stuck pilie 'J'iu Clilldicii'sDiib) ltihbi.il tottou IIoo, ctlia lengths, two similes of (.Mini t 1'oiiner pileo !Mo Sniping Stock pilie '2jis Ladies' Muslin Underwear. This Dcpt. was never in better condition to supply the wants of the trade than at present, and we are now dis playing an exceptionally fine stock of the best material of superior workmanship, at prices which have never been lower. Lot 1110 do I.udlos' Muslin Cuiet Civets, high and low neck, extra good value, DMA" inu HAUII. I ot 2 HO do? Ladles' 1 Ino Muslin Dnvvei. Chemises and touct Covets, good quality unit thoioltglily made, ONLY '-,c j: U'H. Lot il-l'JO do. ladles' Dxtia 1'lno "Muslin Chemist s. Corset Oovcis and Dinners, union did iiutllt5, well made mid Dimmed, excellent nine, ONLY U7Ko 13ACH. JlnnufnctUKil oxpiessly fm in- 10!) do? Iml'cs'lho Muslin Walking SkliK Cumbtks Hull lug, 1 Inch liLin, Intrinsic ally the best aluo ovei oileicd hi .Muslin sklits, and cannot bu obtained clpowhoie. ONLY r5o i:cu. r0 doz I miles' .Muslin nlklng Skh In, (1)!; In. Cambilo Itullle, with nine wide ttuksubuvo, excellent iiuullty, Hue woikinunhlp, iiutuallj worth Sl.'Jo, ONLY Sl.Otl 13ACII. (Second lloor; tuko thoolevutot.) "Novelty" Goods in Em broideries and Flouncings 1 1 Inch IlutNto In taulliial. navy, cicnm, tan, sky blue, pink, gcmlainie und ox-blood, with All on is and two widths of edgings to mutch. Itt Inch Navy llluo Mull, ombiolderel In white, 1 1 luclios of embioldciy und '-11 luuhes of doth. Only Sl.no per jnul. 1,1 men iimj umu .miiii. t'liiuroiiicrcui 111 white, 8 Inihes of embioldeiy, 5 Inches of cloth. Only ilOo per jnul. All ovcis and edg ings to match. 15 Inch Nuvv llluo Kmbioldi'iy, ombioldciol In white, 7 Inches embroldciod and H Indies of clolh, only 87JCe pel y.uit. All onus and Ddg lugs to match. 1) Inch Cieam hlh I'olnt llmbioldery, em bioldcied In blown, only 75o pel yard. 1 1 I111I1 Cicnm llatlste, cmbioldered In eiull mil 7 Inches deep, only S"l.'-!."i pcryiuit. Two w lilths of nunow edgings to ni itch. 1!) hicIiNny llluo Mull, embioldeied hi fir tlliuiluuilwhlfo.il Inches of cmbioldoiy aud JU Inches of cloth, only Sl.Tfi pot )iud. Swiss Flouncings- 15 Inch bwlss riouuchiKs, 7-Inch deep Kin bioldeiy, only copper nid. 10 Inch Swiss l'louneliigs, Dmbioldciy lOHi Inchos dcop, only 7no pei urd, KOTD Xhoso aro paitlculaily desh able for 0 llounco die-ss fionts. (Second iloor j tako tho elovator.) New Bed Linens. These goods take first rank with the fine trade, being particularly recommended for their light ness, coolness and durability. DO Inch Irish Llucn Sheotlngi, oxcollcnt nines, (15 and 75 tts per ynid. 1)0 Inch Uelglnu Linen sheetings, excellent nluos, ano, l)()e. 1, $1.12 poi aid. no Inch Iilsh I'lllow Linens, Uo. 51 Inch Irish Pillow Linens, noe. 45 Inch Ilelglan I'lllow Linens, 18o. 45 huh llelglun I'lllow Linens, Mo. 15 Inch Ilclslnu I'lllow Linens., 5Se. Note, Customers in order ing goods by mail will be par ticular to state the size and color wanted, and about the price they desire to pay; also give shipping directions. WOODWARD & LOTIJROP, Boston Diy Goods Houss, one price oivrxi-sr, 021 Pa. Ave. 012 D Street. OUI! J'ATKIOT DEAD. TitlCIltlllfAVlNI'ltOrCHKIA .STItl'.W V wrni ii.ou 1:11s. .Alt iikii lul CcKliiiinl. m ill Arllngtnii, Ciin rii hsloiiul Ci-inoti-r) mill II111 SdIiIIdm' Homo-(Ink lllll Msllod li. Aliiuv Oiiilltius und I'iioiiis Ap)ioi litlit In the Oicuxloii CroMilN lliiili'lt-i icil 1 D11I11. 'I lie ilit, tluvotcil lii the ikcuuitioii ol tlio guiMs ol lliosn who s.icillkeil Jlieli Ihraln the Into win was oilmen eil In this idly with ion monies ttpio)iinto to tile occiislou und in n milliner (IcmoiistralinK Hint inleiest is not abating in the bc.ilill l'ul nieiniiilnl 1 iiitoiiis and signilloninc ot the dnj, uml tliut nnrmoiuhle wentlierls not n MilHeiint'ihnwlMck to (iveitomc (he inl and jutilotlsm ol thop who delight lo honor the ntion'tt dead uml sUijw lloweis ii 1011 tho Klines til thou wIkih Ihcs wen1 lo-l In the wrvlce of their Kiuiiliy Jlv ee(nlle order the (!o timlu 11I iH'i'in tiiH'iits uml tiio Print ing (Jiuro weic (loseti; dj ouici 01 f-'diilni Wliitney wink wussiisneiided ut Hie Nnx,-Ynid, anil hy oidcioi the Dis till I (.oiiuiiissioneis thu lui at guv c-riiliiciit olllusweie ('lo"(.il, while the st huols, tho luniks nml mol ol the l)iislni's houses oliseiud Mtmoihil dii) by iloiiiiK theii dooi". riii("(tt linlf-inasl llo.ittil limn tlu-imb-lie nml ninny of the uiiito buildings, and the illy geneially piunMiteil 1111 nil tisunl lioliilay njiiinr.iiuo. The eitiens and GoM'tiiinent ciiiido.ves nenorally nought diert!"ciiicnts ot unions Mints ami ninny icrons left the eitv 011 little tiijis mid exclusions, t'lowdsofsiillklont jnoiioitioils lcinnined, howexci, to con Mitntc n fail utteiid.incc ut each of the miittoilcM and nloiiK the loutool the iio cc"ioii, despite the bad weathci. 'JJ10 woifc ol dtcor.itiut,' the toklieis' i;ines was cunied on as usual under the slipenMon ol the liosls ol tlio (hand Aimy of tho I'cpulillc, nidid by private iudhidiinl'i, fiieiiils and relntises of the iknd Mildicis nml by tlio ehildienof the public --cliools, who'-c libeinl rontillm Ilonsol llowcis lent much to the success ol theceicinoiiies. Tlio I'lncesslon. , J!t) intmeut Comm.iiidei X. M. llrooks was tliecontiolliiiuipiilt at tlio morning lciuiion of (Dniid Aimy poUs, uml tho icndexouti at Ninth und I) sticets pie tenkdiin animated scene, cnlh cued by mailial music, mulching hoops nml chides groaning under tho v eight ol tloial oimuucnts. In the pouring lain the Ciiand Aiiuj posts slowly assumed tlieii positions in the line. Oigani.ition alter oigniiiution, witli its tutteictl lings, its dmk blue uniloims mid its hoaiy-headed men, maichcd intp their places. Olnncinjj down tho long lino of eteimis one could see in many faces tlio tiaces time lias made e en since tho last memorial day, one j cm ngo, but eeiyhcro theiewns the pci waling spirit that lendeis Impress-he and poetic this annual tiibuto to the conuades who lull upon the Held. As the piocission slmped itself the M.i line Band it'sumed the bead of the line. Jlchiiid it came a dctnibmeiitol enei.ible ilng-buuers, bearing aloft tlio tattered and batile-toin Hags that bad Iiccu earned 011 many n well-loucbt Held. Deliind tiie llng-hitirersciiiie the Old (iiiaul of the t'nion Vctcian ('01 ps, witli l'irsl Lieuten ant James JI. LMgar, (ommandiiig, ami witli full ranks, picsentlng a soldieilv .ip pcaiance. Next in lino was the Union Vcleian Coips Cadets and the f'ustei Ciuupol fcons of Veteinns, Cnntiitii W. C. I'mquliar, commanding. Following tho Veteinns' Sons tame tlio (hand Aimy ioss, witli glistcniilg badges, dr.ipc.cl Hag's nml dnil; blue uniloims. The posts who in the following oidei, and in eery in stance a large piopoition of tlieii total niiinbcisliiii was icpicseiitid in the lank .Tobn A. Ilawlins 1'ost, Xo. I, Ilnu-im i;. Wiaer, commnndci; I'ostNo. 'J P111111 Coips; Kit Caison l'o-t, No. ii, Miiiuii s HopMns, (ommandei, Lincoln l'ot, No. !1, llau'-o U. Smitli, lommaiiilei; 0. 1'. Moitou 1'ost, No. 1, Charles H. Slioibji, eomninndei; Mauuo Dunn Coips; Union Vcteian Coins (l'lr-t Company). Cnptain II. I'liiiuet Uiell, commaiiiline; Oeoige d. Mtndc 1'ost, No. 5, John 11. I)owd, 10111 nuindei; .Ioiii l' l'eynolds 1'ost, No. (I, Folomon II. Vutiuce, coiiuu.imlei, .lames A. (imlleld 1'ost, No. 7, .losciib II. .lochum, commaiidei; Iluinslde 1'ost. No. S, Climles II. Ingram, toniinandci: Clunles Suninei J'ost, No. I), I'ledeildf C. KcvelN, ( oiii inandci; raiiagiVt l'ot, No. 10, W. Thco. Van Doien, coiuiiiaiulei. Had weathci amis no obstacle to tho woilc befoie the Mteians. Asiooniis tho lino was lully oiganled tlio Older to much was ghen, and the head of tlio column staitcd westwiud out I'eiiiisyhaiiia ue nueand by wav of M stuet to tho Aque duct lhiilge. '1 lie lino pie-entcil n oiy cuditableapicaiante. TheMaiino Hand and the .Mai ino and (hand Aimy ilium coins furnished the muMc, and tlio posts and oiganiations btutchid out into a long piocession. At the Aqueduct llildgo the line initially disbanded, only a ptu tion piocicding to Ailington, wlillo do tndiments and committees went ill tlio diuctioti ot the other ccmctci lis. At AilliiKtiin. At Ailington a number of people bad gathcied in the National Cemeteiy ami at the amphithcntie. The CAOiciscs begun at noon by a national salute by a Signal Coips bntteiy under coiiiinund of Lieu tenant bwift. As the guns weio being (bed a procession foiined at the Mansion House, headed by tho Maiino Hand and embiadiig tlio committees and tho In itcd guests, niembeisof tiiefiinnd Aimy, soldiei's and ballous, soldlcis' orphans ami the public, and niaichcd slowly and solemnly to tho fcound of n dii-ge, 111 the diiiction of tlio tomb ol tlio unknown dead. 1'heio the wenk of decoiation was cairicdon iiupicsslvcly. At its conclusion tlio iiocission piocceiled tiom 0110 lioilion of tliocemeteiy to another, scpaiatinginto gioiirt and posts and decorating tho tombs 111 us eiy direction. When this was done tho iiocession re-formed and matched back to the amnliltheatre. The commit tee on decorations and grounds was com tf posed 01 u. 11. iiiginm, ciiniiiuau, aim iii ol). T into 101. 11. 11. smiui. iv. ItcNClls und J. 11. llltclicocic. W'lien thouuiphithentio was readied a largo crowd had assembled. Thy elaboi atc decorations, auanged eailler in tlio w eek, lind w Htcd and faded under tho cllectsot tho continuous bad weather and a new set of Hags, bunting and lloial orna ments had taken t licit plaicsthlsmoiiiiug, so that thosccno piesented under the can vas canopy und ithlntholvy-niantlc,d pil laiswnslurlioinanunattraotlioono. 1'ioin the moment that tho mornliiii showers censed tho crowd began to swell in pjopoi tions and tho assembly was called to ordei soon after the appointed hour and tho cc eiclses conducted as ellectively as if tlio weather had been of tlio most favorable dcioilptlon. Tho Maiino Hand and Oipbeus UIco Club loniloied tho music in admiiablo and impiessivo stylo and tho exeichcs w eio as lollows : Mimic "Neaior My. Ood to Theo," Mulno llandicalllng tho ussombly to outer, Dopart mint Comniandor N M lltooks; mule afo In the Arms of .lesus," .Mat Ino Kami; hnoen tlon, Hev .lohii Chester, D. Di'ln l'oieothov Sw eetly Sleep," Ot phous c lub: poem, oomposeil b lion Oceigo M D1.1I.0 of Tuiuiessoo, l'to fosoi D, O. Towneud; "Tho soldleis Host," Oipbeus (lub; oration, Hon s s llauletto: "Cotif With lllossoins 'lhoso Conuades of 0ui,"0iplicns Club, bonedlotlon, l(o.I)nu Jninln Swallow, tlopaitmunt cliaiil iln; mush "Old Uuuilied," ; Muullsts MiwjH Tomp kins, Upslmw, Hull, llsunli, Stewait, Oolnos, liiodlo, I'miott, Cloakloy, Luyton, NtiUoand I'luirinei Ih Cbcstei's imoeatlon was eloquent and touching. The poem by Ilou. Oco gj 51. Diako of Teniifs'-iu was lliuh deli end li l'ioltsot 'rowiisend It cm nlslcd ot a rvlhmlcnl lei'iew ol the c cuts tiom lite bieaking out of the war to tlio liferent time winch bac beaiing upon the ceremonies and reminiscences ol" me morial ilicy, In htlrriltg strains it i'oloH tbcgicatei cmiiI" of the wai and luged tie melody recalls (lie sulleiingsof tlioH who fought in tbc Liiuso of tho Union. The poem abounded witli striking mid beautilulf'Oiiliiiient and melody and was lar Mtpciior to tbc noetic cIlirMous utially produced lor micIi occasions. Ciu1101.1l Jlurdelle's ointlou was mi eloquent and Mrikiiig cllott, III M II M. HcmiHTl'H OIHTIOV. (iclieriil H. h, lluidctte whs tbeoiatoi at Arlington llosaid thalatuong tboo ulto (innc to place Iloweison the gnu es or the dead w ci e Mime who fought. "'i hcio mo ulso mother", wives ami sis tcisol the dead, ilutnliiady In tbesuig inghost of 0111 fellow -eitiens then' nic thoso wlio know not Inob of oer'onnlgiief, Onlj a lew more vcarsnnd tbebaiidol the sliaiigci (not of the couiindcj will bring tlienuuutil olfeiiug of llowcis, il llowcis bebiotigbl at nil. Will Ihcy lome, ami will Ailington tlio Ueautllul be foicci tended by a Nation's caic 'Wheie are tbc icpulcbeis of the men who fought tiie win ot the l!eolutlon,' Slinll we hope that when such menus tbe, haxe not so much of acknowledged tcniiuej In the continent they gave us as thosjot their bodies cocred lien they tell pione beneath the batllc-llag th it out connndes ol the last glial Miugle, shnll, in claj s to conic, fare bettei ' Wiisblnglon wasuciiitiuy in I1avII1gtl1.it white col umn erected to ills memory . "Slinll wo turn back and make oiii (i)iology for any seeming ctltiilsiii on the lalluie of the past to gather from oblldou the (lust til the heroes ot tbc Involution; We liull Und In doing so ample justtllca tlon for even fancied neglect, and may dh( over tis well, not only the Minings iiom which flowed those causes whicli put In jcopauly the work they accom plished, but hiotighl about at length tho peilcct union which to them was only 1 ossibli! in ideal. "II when the ltcvolutlonaiv War iiad ciiiHtl," the oiatoi continued, "the con ditions ol poverty, of gieat distance, ol lack ol means oftranspoit and identifica tion bad not foi bidden attempt at gather ing up thdi 'acicddust as woiiavegitb eicd ours, lack of nationality would bao indented even tlio (urination of a scheme foi so doing, nml, at tlio very most, the colonies, the scp.untc1 Ktatcsj ns such might have wished to call their ebildien home. The stress of the Revolution biougbt together l'uiitnn ami (avalici. 'J bo J'loviilcnco which had tot 11 them Iiom tiie shadow ol a tbionohail l'oi bid den the selling up ol aiiothoi, und the proini-o fccincd to bo that tho time hud conic ut last when 11 nation might be built upon the Insis ol tilloainnce lo the law alone. And this, we have seen, was the plulgc ol the Constitution; but, unhap pily, n pledge not to be tullllled until the svvonl ol the sons should make good the piotulso ot the lnlhcrs. "Ithascvoi been esteemed un ollonse bv those who Dimmed and inccliiitatcd the Win of the liebellinu todeclaio that Its pm pose was the perpetuation of human sluvciv, mul it is snitl that this chmge Inougfit especial piin to the gnat leader ol the lebel hems, whoo happlei and belter dajs weio si cut upon this spot whin, ns now, the llagol the Union was 11 welcome piestnce. Po bo it; it isiioun-commuiithliii;tocoulouiidmcicmmilfeta-tions with tlio causes of them, and to mistake phenomenon foi fact. Hut it is tine Unit tlio uiNtoeiatio bent ol their otiety bad c.ulyund easily found place within its soci,il and political e( ononiy lor the slave, mid that once the Slav can ad mitted fnitoi, the icl'jn ol loiee began." 'Ibe siealfei said tbat be did not 1110.111 that the time bad come in lS'll when the slav elioldlng States proposed setting up a Mug 01 oiganiingau aiistoct.itio gov em inent such ns was set up in Venice. The spiakci snid that 110 vision of a leal limine, no gntlieiingol a couitly airav was Hoif iug 111 bis miutl as tlio piobable iciiilt of tho liiumph ol flic icbclllim. Ho did not 'eck lo eieate siteh an ideal. He was -pcakingof undeilying piiiidiiles, not ol tlicspeciiil foi nis ny which they may bo inadi'inanllest; ol the significance of 1 11 ts, not of tiie meioplay ol pbenomena. The com age olthe men who dud, and the nioinis nciuniiiig inosoiii lenciuou weio sketched. "II," besnid, "wobiing to tho solution ol the pioblem the lesser cjuestloiis ot how thcsocoiniadesdead mid li ing beno tbeiu selvis undii the Muss of victory, mid how well tliestiueturo they lebuHilid maybe epicled to enduie, theie is ample giound lor gloiious mister. Tho vvoild beyond our shoies luilds its hieath with aituii incut w ben tho million ol armed conquci crs stood by and shouted out their soul's 'Amen!' as the great leadei of their host dismissed without lepioach, but with their unbiokcn cciunti.v's loigiving bene diction, the shalteicd nuay ot the lebel lion," Ailington was.n spoil ol wai, if ever tbcie was n spoil wop in good cuisc, but then- bad been 11 legal challenge on that point and a divided couit decided against tlio Nation, Hut it was the voicoot law, and the Nation uncov tiing belmo it, mailo obeisance. In concluding, be wild: "You smll ansvvei tot jouielvcs vvhcthei the In t ot thoe jet uiiboin, 0111 countivmen. shnll come with tlio L spiing-tiino to do tluli duty lieie. 'J lie s.iciiuce which mis piepareci lorinim uie wav was pei feet; the feast tint shall in vito them if they but bo as laitbful to themselves as this gcnciatioii bath been to its sleeping lathois apd to them w 111 be niatchles. All as liod wills." At ('ongrritsloiinl Coinutor.v. 'Hie decoiation ot tlio gi.ivesat Con gussional Ceinctciv was ctuled 011 uiulei tbodiiection ol Captain J. M. Pipes, as sisUdbythe following decoiation com mittee: .1. 11. Cioss, supciintendcut com eteiyj fieoigo .1. P. .Wood, V. M Tiuill, John 0. Council, lncinbeis of and others with choir, and .1. 51. Pipes, llicliard .Mid dlctnu, 5liss Julia Haleli, Ietlnnios N. M. lhooks. Ik 51. Tiuell, C. II. lngiani, (icorge J. P. Wood, .1. 11, Hatei, Mary I). Kale, .1. J'. 5!cC.ihc, II. II. .Maitin, John 0. Council, Tied Tlinmson and Misses l'eail II. Pipes, Claudia Mooie, 51aniIo 5Iucaulc'y, Jessie 5Iniks, Alinio W. Wood aud Knunn Kale. It was decided to allow tiie weather to intcifcioln noiespectwltbtlioprogiainiiio nriangcd, and In tho presence of a very Inige nssemblngo of people the exercises weio commenced mulct Captain Pipes' ill lection. "Under tlio Flowers" was sung by the cliolij Itov, John II, Chester deliveied an Invocation and ltov. 5Ir. Kiamci an do- nucnt and impressive (nation. Tho choir tlicnsang "In l'eaco They Sweetly Sleep" and "SQincbody's Darling Is Slumbering IIcjO." Will, Cnileton's poem, "Covei Them Over," tvas beautifully ledted by 5hs. 1:. 51. TiuolL Colonel William 1' .McLean, Deputy Coiiiinissionoi of Pen sions, then deliveaed nn ointioii. and tho ceix'iuonies concluded with a national an them, "Tlio American Union," followed by a benediction bv ltcv John H.Cbestiji. Thcmusicalpoiiiouol the progi.unnio was lemieied by a choir undei the di rection ot Piofesor 5Ic(iowan, and in cluding Mrs. 11. r.Shaw, the 5lisses Mun doll and SliuuiuK aud W. P. llutchiinou, oi-panist, Colonel McLean's (nation was an do fiueut one, was llnely ddlveied and was listened to witli gieat luteiest. cOI.oKIM'l:v'l ol;vTlo ' On tills day 11 nation walks among its ginves and a giateful people beai tiibutcs to the giav es of tlieii clieiislud dead In a million ol gmvoa scattcicd ov er tho land .slumbei tho bodies ot out dead bietlncn who fell in that mighty c millet which shook this continent from ceutie lo clt- Continued on IVurtU I'use. OUH PKESS OALLERY. inu iu.sr rosiKii 3tAK in tiu; coups ON I'lNANCi:. niiijm .lolin 1M. Ciiisoii of tliu I'hlliiili'l lililu "l.i'ilgcr" uml (llilcugii "Inlt'i Otrl 11" IIIh Clc-llislllp or (he lliiiisn AV'ii.vh nml .llenns C'oiiiiulllt ' 5lajcu John M. Ciirson, tho Wnsliliigton (Olies)ondeiit of the Chlcmo fnUr-Occan ami Phllaildpbla.n'yci.isu tall, iiiiulli-gent-lookiuggoiitleiiian,tUlel in m.iuuei, s.vlcmalic in uietliod and verv sensible. l(o has 1 mult a spcilul study of the llniintcHiif ibe ctiiiutiv, unci 110 1n.n1, not exiepling expiiii niid 'Ireusiiry ollleluls, lias 11 belter know h dge of that subjei t Ho wiislioni In Philadelphia in 18 IS and was educated tnthc public schools oflbntcitv. VI . -i hl. l .t kf SViSl rsssf: "as 01fc.i.-,-ll 1 m I .ioiin m. c vr.sov. Prloi to the War of tho Isobellloii ho was aiepoitcr on the Philadelphia morning piijeis. Iio joined the Union army mid saw time joins ofnetivo service. Leaving tiie urmy 5Injor Caison lesuincd news papci woik in Philadelphia uml bee nine managing editor of tlio Moulin; l'ot, a brilliant, but short-lived, journal of that cily. In 1872 he came to this citv and took chaigcul the night desk of tho A'atiouul ltqiullium. He left the IlcjmhliaiH to take tiie position ol assitant correspondent ol the Now Yoik Twio. When 51r. Colbuin ictiicd in IS70 5Ir. Caison was pioinotcd to the ehicl cbmgool the VViiih' W'asliing toii buic.iu. lie lisignitl Unit position hi 1"S.'! to accept the cleil.sbip ol tho House Wnvs mid Menus Committee. Judge Kel Icy, then chniimmi ol that committee, sc Iictid 5Ii. Car-em as eleik for the lea-on that lie wns'itn aiithoiitvou iiionetaiy matters unci expeiienced in ournalism, Wlun bo lelt the Wajs and McansCoiu nilttce the 5lnoi ictuiucd to journalism, lo journalism's jooil, "5lnor John" is u tboioucblv excellent ueutlcman mid has 11 stiapping big I ioy, who will graduate ut vv est ro L'oini next month uway up in bis ( hiss, EXCELLENT MARKSMEN. 'the A11111111I Sboiillii;; Inttli oT lllll Light InfanllJ Coips. 'Hie (uinual Decoration tlnv- lille shoot ing match, at oCO janl ol the Washington Light lufmitij Coips, wliicli took place at the idle Hinge in the Wasbiiiglon ll.111.1e U- to day, diew a large eiowd of spcetatois to the so giouuiK Notwitlistmidlng the bail winthet the ucoid shows 11 decided iinpioveiiteiit ovei that ol lust ycai. U lie scene lcMiltbd us follows Lieulen ant W. b. Cash, .hi, bcigeaut Chillies Con lull, ,',0, Heigemit deoige Wouldild;e, .10, Seigeant J. T. t;iai v oe, '.".), Lieutenant P. J. Dullv-, !!0; surgeon l)i. II. 1" Leach, 2J, Pcigeant I) Sim. Johnscm, '2 District Govchnment News. KlMOYM. ok Wvuov bTVMI. Ciuslav Hailigand otlieis have askiil loi tlio 10 niovnl of the wagon stand at Seventh and Ksfreitsnoithwcst. Till- COMMIssiOM Its OS- II VMl. Distlict Coiuniissioncis l'dinonds anil West visited the Dish itt buildings to-day but did not tiansact any bulness, Priivns to II ci mi Penults to build have been gianted to J. W. Heed to build 2 houses on N sticct, between Ninth mid tenth sheets, SI.SOO, C. K. Stunfoid, erect one dwelling on C sheet, between First and Second sluets southeast, $1,500. Trvcmits' Svi.vi.ns Covtrvm p. The Commissioners aie in iceeipt tlnotigh the State Department ot u schedule ol s.ihuies paid tdiool teacbeis in Munich. The schedule shows tli.it they mo paid sligbtlj lowei than the public school teacbeis hcie. Tho inlortuutiou was tuinlsbed by the United fetates Consul at that place. 1'xi.viniMi Ciiruen PnorruTY. The Cominlssioneis liavo liotilled ltov. J II. Winston of the Seventh Daptist Chinch, who applied for exemption fiom taxes on tiie church piope.ty, lots II toll, stpiaie 110, that it appears that tlieehinch society is not the ow net but slmplj the tenants of the propei tv, und tliut chiiieb piopeity lo lie exempt fiom taxation must by owned by a lellgioussoiicty IhiiucTioN en Aksishl.st Asicru 5!essrs Fitch, Fox tV Hiow n havoasked the Coiunilsiiioners to lecluce tlio assessment for ta.xesSJW against the pioporty of 51r. J. W. lllgelow, niljoiniiig the United States Jlagazlue. 'Ihej saytheyaiouutboi ied to sell tho propeity ut $.ri peraciomul uio willing to pay taxes at tliisiatoou It The ConiinMonoisieply that they cannot rediue tux assessments und the proper body to do lo is the Hoard of Appeals that meets ovciy August. Tax llLCKii-Ts To-inv. Tho Dlstiict otllces weio all dosed today except tho Collci tor of Taxes ollice. 'Ibis being the last dm in width ta.xcs could bo piul without inclining n penalty of two per cent., tho oilico was kept open foi tho reception of taxes. Tlio ollfeo was be sieged with tax pay cis tlosiiousof saving tlio (wo percent, penalty. The Collectoi stated to a Carrie icportor that tho ie eclpts weie huge and would commie ftnoinblv with the (ollections up to a couesponiung uaj use j cav. Tim (I'ulltvmeu'rt i:mist'. 'Hie policemen who pievonted thetiaok lav lug on Virginia avonuo e.u ly yesterday nioiiung, say that hud the company eonie boldly to do the woik they would bavo used moie cuulloii, but as they eaino at an unicasonable hemi antluudor thoeovei of dnikiieiis tlio police nnturallv supposed that tho woik being done. was Illegal Another Il.imtnmo Koslilonee. l.N-Superv Mug Auhitectot tho Treas on Jus 11 lllll will oiect a haiidsomo jes dime on U sheet between Twentieth iind'lwrtitj tli-t st'tt'ts It will be .11x12 till and tl let 1-1.-1 ,,'1 und 1 I co-' slO.teu. GOVERNMENT MATTEHS. jMiiisnr inii'ii At, rimii tho Yiiiimis Hi!- lUltlllH'lll. Stcrclary WblliicVl? (onsideiliig Hie re 1 oil ol the f-'inilii Coin I of Ibijniiy. Poslmashr Veaey or ll.illlnioro wa in the city .vcvlcidaj. His bond was up jiiovcd. Sectclmy .Manning liasiljiiiiisMil David Scott 11 messenger In tbu Ibtiiiiii llt'Viiiue Jlifrtmi. City Postmaster Viaej of Haltimoro bus dispensed with (lie sciu'ieos of lime monej-oitlei eloiks, 'Hie removal olthe NelVni- Indians lo Idaho I'toni Indian leiriloiv lias ljv.n suicessiifllj iitqoinpllsliitl. It is understood that ( olouul W Ilaiid willsoon beappolnted inarshali the tioitbeiii dishiet of Florida. J. L. Heililillig, .Inliies 51. Moore 1 Finnk II. Diinoek willbonppoliiledcni in the llevenuc .Marine Pci vice. Francis Jocpli ol Noith Carolina t been appointed a lnboiur in tho P.iyn ! loi (kiieml s olllte ut the War Uep. nieiit. llitls wcic opened tit tbu lntuiior piirtmcut j'estciilny lor lurulsbing si plies to tho Inciino Asylum for tho in llical year. TlieSecrtlmy of the Navy will lit ordcisal mi eailvdnto based upon the) liiiiimuy Invesilgiitloii of tlio wdbd-i solving appiualus at lleuton, Cominissioner Hlack basietuivcd a I fei fiom a l.ulj'who says she has full belt to a fortune, ami does not think light lo continue toiliavvhcriicnsioiL . After next Moiulny l olonel Wilson w perlnrin the duties ol CoiiiiiiisIonci Public lltiildiiigsmid (Jiotinilsiinil A fish nut Chief ol Lugiiiceis in chaigo ot'loitl cations. ' 'Hie committee appointed to exaiiil Ibcassetsol the Coveinment in tlio I uau of Lngiavlng and Printing icpoi coniplcto vcrilieatlem of tho lnvente made out bv tlio rctiiing clii(,'f, Oapli I tin 1 111. Ciiueial Drum has telegraphed to 0 eial Scbolleld flint (inbiltl Duinont a Michael Dainuis, two Canadiaii ins gciitsunistcd on Amciicuu soil, must chased, and theie is no autliotlfy tlicirarust. Cieorge W. Weed of Indiana has hi dismissed Iiom the positlun ol llctttcm of the Ticnsiuy watch, which bobasvi clllciently held, and I'. 11. Schdl ol k iliann bits been appointed to succeed hi Hotli 1111 11 me ex-Union soldleis. Ibe Piisident lett vcsleidav uttcriic at 1 o'clock lor New Yoik, where he lived lust night. He will slay at See buy W'hitnej n, on Wist Kiitj'-sovi shiet. Ho was actoiupaiiied lij Set laiies Ihidltolt and Wliitney and V mastci-liciicial Vilas. r-enator Ingalls sajs that tlio I mil in Indian Teintoij' are not onlj' 1, abiding but piospeious und b.iipv, Th is not a single pauper in the nation, t many ol the Indians nro ically vvcalt Tho Indians of tlio Tcnltoij' mo in la ot forming 1111 Indian State to h. admit as u member ol the Union. 5h. Valentine 1'. Snjilei, ut piccnt u steietaiy to Sccicluiv 5Ianniiig, hi iipjiointed chief dttk of tltoTi' uici's ollice. Ills successor as pilv seeietnry has not vet been thoseu. Snjder wits connectctl witli 5lr. M nlng's Albany bank and a personal fib ol the Hciettuy aiidol Tieasuiet Joiil The appointment of 5li. James Wlielplej as Assistant Tieasuiei and otlin piomotions usiiltiiig horn 11 liighly tommeiitled by dvll-seiviee lonuti-s. Tiie piomotions nre in each c the icwaid ol a high older ol meilt, 1 band upon long expeileiicemul lulth seivite. , Tito lollowiiig uniiied cleiks biv seiveda sittishtctoiy piobitiouaij' Inn six months cub nave lcccivid nbsol nppointiueiits in the Tieasuij- Den incut: Ollice ol the Fli-t Comptrollc; William Wiitklns, ji., uml O'coigoT. 11 ter ot Now Jcr-cy, eleiks of t hiss 0 Ollice I Siipeivisiiig Suigeoli-ilineial, U 5Imine Hospital Kivico 5lits Ada 5Ialloiy ol Louisiana, tlcik of the 5 class. j f-ceicturj 5Imming late v esterd ty aH noon diucted tbedisiuissal ol fourth ol division in tho Tblid Auditor's oil .1.11. Fowlcuot .Marvland, J. 51. Val Pcniisjlvania, T. II. U. Pcttingill ol 5 Yoik, and John It. Thompson ol 5 Hnnipsbjie. Thonctlon v as based on uieiniiueiidatlon of Thiid Auditor lams. T liere is no cause alleged foi tlio umoval, except the tlesiieto tlisplacea many as possible of the pucut emplojcs ot tin but eau. It is umteistood that an- I oinlineiKS w ill pioinptly be made lo till the vacancies, nltliougn sue U action will meet witli an emphatic protest fiom io toimeis. THE MOUNT VERNON REGENTS. l'om of lilt 111 Opiuiseil III Colonel Hull Ingsu cm tli's Itctuntliiu, Tbe5Iouiit Veinon Itegents jcstcid.iy weio divided on the question ol selecting II siipeiintendciit. This oflicei is elected eveiyjem. Heictofoie Colonel Holliugs wcutli has been unaiiiiuously elected and ten of the ladles wiie in lavorot hlsioteu tloii, while lom weio opiieisctl to him. Colonel Hollingswortbufuseilaiij tiling but a unanimous it-election. His stitces soi was not thoseu. Thesulijett ofioiishucting a 10 id fiom Alexaudifa to 5Iount Veinon wa dis cussed. TTioiegtiits weio uumiiiiuuis in tlieii ditcuniiiutiun to lejectuuv such pro posnl if made. T hey say that tlioy cannot nevoid the building ol a railioau to tho edge ol tliegioiuids, but it can come 110 fuilbir with tlieii consent A piomiso was iteeived hoin C.ipt.un Illnkc that it tiio v isitors to the jihico eon Untie to Incie.iso In numbers be will put nuotlur boat on tho liver foi their accom modation. Contractois bav e been looking ovei the piojeited work, It is thought that the cost of thoconshuctton olu wait ing looiuund tlio re pa In to the foundation will not exceed sl,2oO. Tbc council will adjourn to daj . Tlio Dii) 111 'llui 1'ollcu Court, The Police Couit convened before 8 o'clock this 11101 niug to give the employes nn oppoitunity to attend tlio memoiiul services. A largo number of cases weio tiled on an uvcrago ol two minutes each. Tills was accomplished by stinting before the festive lawyer nirived to arguo the casts with the couit Ten prisoners vv ero sent down. James II. Cook, a colored man, was in tho dock on complaint ot ids 15-j'eat-oId daugbtei Hertlo. She st ited that she dis obeyed him and hostruck hoi. with a strap. "Dismissed '" emphatically saitl tho court, and the father eiucigcd fiom the dock and went home. A On-lit Shllto Avortotl. Phtmu no. MnvhO Tho Picnubllc Iron Winks this morning signed the scale in sisted upon by the Amalgamated Associa tion. Thepioduct ol litis mill is almost exclusively that on which tho present ditllculty between the nunufaotureis and woikmtu lunges i. CluiorUji.' MiHt.iclin. lliniMoMi, Va, 51ay 30. Vciy llttlo testliuonj was taken in tlio Cluvorius hinl Ibisuioining, except inUiewav ot 11 butting Uie evidence ot delense in lela tlon to the pUMUtoi'h we.iuug 11 mus titibe llnulli of iiUle CuuIIkIiL llui l'V IM K, N J. May ' Miss Nolllo Cuilhld who shot heistll Moiulaj lut dlid litis morning She exploded legiot torhtiaU last cvemnsfo tliell'sttnue. THE SPIRIT OP OAliY. noi'in.i: Minnnii nv a dkinic- IIAV.IJI) J1IAUM,ANl)i;it. Ills Uriillinrli.Luu uml 11 Vihihj; ly MikIiiIii An Old niiiimr niclilv ono Kills tin ()l, .Ki,r, Pout Duioit, Mi.., 5lay ;!0. A horrible "f'y occurred at Woodlawn, (Veil (OiTiilv, thla imirnltiirr Chnrloa. P, lJjrnoi picsidcntol 5llnmi University at Oxio il, Ohio. Ho occupied a proniiuent position in tiie 1'ie.sbjtenan Chuitb, and, during bis lesidence in tills dtv-, had. 011 sevtiat occasions, occupied thc'piilnlU) of Fiesby tenan cliuubes during the absence of their pastors. Wlnlo hcio bo resided with leluthi's on N sheet Ills death was duo to mnlaiial fever contracted last fall. Ho was on his waj to London usu dclegite to the International Faltb-Hialeis' Conven tion. Cillillnil JMcCnbu's Slltti'ss. Dun ix 5I.iv !0. The nrciiiii'j .''i mil nsscits positively Unit Dr. Willi un Walsh, piisidont ol5Ia nooth College b is been selcc ted as Aichbisbop ot Dublina ul that the Pope lias not seen 5li. lhilugton, the Fnglisli envoj to the papal court, for ovei a ycji. lliisfbiill 'ln-ibi). Pi.oviiii'Mi, 1!. 1, 5Iay .'! Morning game. Piovitleiice I, Chicago, 1 lltin bits Piov idem e '), Cbiiago, I Lrrori -Piovitleiice, 1, Chicago (I Pitehois-Shivv mid Clail.son. Uinpiie, Gnllney I'itt-iu no, Pv , 51 uv IJn Alleahonj" f, 5Ittiopoblans, 12. H.ise hiis Allegheny, II, 5!ctiopolitnns, 1.1 Kriors Allegheny, :i, Mitiojiolitatis ' i'itcbeis 5Ieeguu and C.uutlieis. Umpite, Kellj. Personal Mention. -lion J 0 Ilallaiitlnu ot low.i U at tho K'i bill. Hon s. s Cox N enjo) Ing u Inlet period of rest ut Hoitiess Moiuoo Itcnicsentiitlvo .I N Ulouut of ((eorgki an hed In tliu clt) last night Captain Daniel I) VVItcoh r. Assistant Qmr tcimastcr, I hero from Port Moiuoo, Don John It Thomas and Mrs, Thomas of Illinois itrilud at tliu L'bbtit HoubO this morn ing Hon John H Ketcliini, M C , arrived In tho elt this mot niug, anil will remain several daj Gcneial O M Poo. USA, formerly of General Sherman's staff, Is nt tlio Kbbltt llOll'O Major Lawienco S Ilibbltt. Onlnanco Coins, leave! this utteruoou for hli station ut Port Monroe. Hon Guides Denby, tho now ty appointed Minister to China, Is n brother of Ml. Wytlli) Ucuby of tho Nav y Department. Captain Oeorgo 13. Dolkuap, tlio prcsldont of tlio board which Inspected tlio trial of tr a Dolphin on Wednesday, leturuoil to tho city last night -J. W Atkins, Atlanta: Hon. I C Latn.ui. Noith Carollun; Hon. Willi im Mutthler, 1 tin -svlvnnla, und J. M. Deuj, lib'lnlii; uro ot tlw Mttroiolltau. The thirty third annual bomIdii of tli It tcinutloiuil 1)pogiapliltal lulon ot- North Aimncit, eommuueiiiK uuxi Jiuiiim), niu u held In Irving Hall, Now ork -Isaac Plant and V I'ptou, New-York; J L Piiniiliig. ImllnnaKlls. A J Hamilton. l'lillailulphta. T s im ent New Moxito, a iJ. (I D La. Dakota, aie at the Nutloual MinorNews Notes. 'Hie elifuliatlon In tlio shackamason Dink of l'hlladoliililtt amounts to $-20 1,00(1 or 83. uuomiHotliuu tlio umblnod capital aud sut. plus '1 bo buluess tumbles of Mrs Pat noil aro said to have oilgluated In a loau of 8100,000 to hoc miii lului width was lost Slioli.es nUoglvBU imieli to the Land Leajtio Doneo tho utiaPs that have bu. tight hoi lino piopetty at Hold, tt U vvn to tlu siivilft s l.iiuwwi., s. r h I U' ' il ?i y ir V . r V ; . -.