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WASHINGTON, I). (J., THURSDAY EVENING, Sltt'TKiUl.KR 3, 1883.
1KICK TWO CJIOTS.
W'c.fiDWAki) & Loth nop.
Kuli will lif Friday, Hunt. I. tho
"Vunli.r Wirliljr (('ninxa'. Dar." nt
the boston My duo Is 1 loans. vhn
vii I .i Inws vlituiilllli')Jiit''itoii
I ,.i.i .'.uli,M cif Ktiininor (ti lis thli sea
mi. JM-ryililrur In which thonimj
i r "Kriiinnl" cnn ho oojijiilonlly Hi;
tiled win lw liriiutht forward ft.il
ir niked nt Midi i'Mbmloinly!mvrt:e.n
iii will undoubtedly causo thnli' In
Melt disposal. Cll'tO'nurs vlsltltn in
tli Irlilnymii iuri of llti inw luiim
Hi. n In imu of our tw.Mtv depart
I. nHlo i(uiy tho. it tor their tio.iMc.
; piimriIi. rthli. It Hi" lint "Itf-nn-int
full'" nl tli'inoii'iiii oC HtimuiOr (l.ii) li
l ictlirss id ll.u nirlvnl of Full Stuuk.
"OtIllH'OtO.. Ill !.IU O Mt'llt.
The following "Remnant
Day" attractions will be din-
played Friday, and should
meet with a ready sale :
Si buttles' Vertical Hlrlim l'ercnto Collar,
ml, lilnii mill black strhns, 8-ptooo cap,
pistil viy,. in, mm nml it liiclnu.
l.'esiilar price Kio
"Jltrr.nant" price Wis
12 pnlrn Ladles' Vertical Strlpo Cuffs, In btuo
nnd ml slilpcs.
lliKiilnr ,t co .1To
"Ifciuiant" price IDu
11 Ladles' chemisette Collars, ptattatl shirt
front, size II Inches,
Jtcgtilnr prlco.. '.On
"Ilciniiiiut." prlco l.'io
n Ladles' White Not l'lolm, trimmed with
llrguhiv prlco y"Ki"
"llcinnnnt" j'll'.o llo
6 Hcnthsl Shoulder Capes, 10 Inches deep.
hcgular pi-lcu 51 2.1
"Itcrannnt" prlco only VJo
.19 Slirrt U'liftllis of Torchon, Medici, Mack
mil Whlto Spsiil'li l-imcvi te., ut ifroutly re
duced or "llcinnmit" prices.
(Sccoiul floor; taku clovator.)
Note the following "Ri
nant Day" attractions
2 Light 'colored Leather Holts.
1,'cgular price 31 00
"llcmnant" price Sou
3 Garnet Leather Kelts,
Itcmilnr price SI 00
"lli'miiiuil" price No
2 lllnck Alligator llelts.
llcgulni' prlcu -3o
"llcinnnn t" pi Ice 2)0
4 Light-colored Alligator llells.
JICRiilnr price S.1u
"Ilcmnant" price 3 )e
0 All-wool Whllo C'llllVIUH llcltH,
1 tcsnlar price '.'"io'
"licinuiint" prlco i Wo
2 lllnck Leather Helta.
ili'eiilnr price Ma
"llcmiiaiit" lit lee '3T)u
"Wluirt liiiij;tlis"ln E'.nibroIilci'li'H.
This department -will pre
sent unusual "Remnant Day"
attractions on Friday, as
OFliort Lcnctln of Cnlnroil All-over llm
lnolilcry. nil on hluo, white on i-ivl, white mi
liluc, wiulo on pink, I rum M to 'A yil lcntlH,
III Slioit LenctlH of Colored Minhrolderv. to
lnutch ubovo nll-iircri, length 1 to 2)4 'ils.
t"l ihort LciiKths of flno llmnlmru Kinbrolil-
rrleo, In very ilmlrablo lenxtlu from 1 to 3
jils, ut cxtiemcly low "Jlemiiant Day" prlco.
1 Cut 1'leco of 21-Inch Navy lllno All-over
Trench Cambric, cinbrohlorcil ill white.
ltiwilar price per yil SI .11
"lleinnant" prlco per yil St 00
S Cut I'lcce'f of Kern Ciulptiro lhnbroldery.
I!c;;tllnr prlco per yd 200
"llcmiiaiit" prlco per yd Ou
(Second, floor! take elevator.)
VohIi noilH l)ny.
Such will be Friday, for
we are determined to create
such a demand for these
goods as will cause the dis
posal of nearly one-half the
stock. Instead of calling
them "Remnants," we mere
ly place a "Remnant" price
on them, as follows :
12'ijo 1'hilil and Striped Ginghams, 8c.
23o AU-I.lncn Lawns, 1J,Vo.
IHo Union Linen Lawns, lOo.
12(!c Tinted (.round Lnwn, Go.
12Uo latino 1'lnlslicd l'crcalos, So,
lOo ImllKo lllue 1'rltitn, Pe.
Also many very desirable Short LciiKthof
Crlnkltil Seersuckers, Sattccns, Lawns, Per
calos, Cambrics, l'rluts. (iliiL-hams, etc, ut
unusually low "Itommint" prloea.
Do not fail to pay a visit
lo this Dept. on Friday. You
will not regret it.
(Second floor; tnko clovator,)
"JtPiiiiuintM" In HitnillcriTlilcff.
1 Small lot of Ladlos' Assorted Colored
Bordered Handkerchiefs, flno iiuallty.
llcEiilar price i'o
"Kcmnant" price 5 for SI 00
1 llcnutlfully llmhroldered nud ScalloppoJ
rdgo .Mourning llaudkerchlcfd.
ItcKiilar prlco "lo
"lMnnant" prlco OJo
2 Klcpmt White China bilk Hundkcrchlof,
Kcsulnr price 31 2.
"Ilvmuaut" urlco ...31 00
" lliiunnntM " hi loiiietlo Oeimrt-
The following will be dis
played in this Department,
marked at unusually low
"Remnant" prices :
SB Short LoiiKtlis of 311-Inch Cotton, S to 5
10 Short Lengths of Wldo Sheeting, from 2
to I yards.
1!) Short Lengths of Crashes, from 1 to a yds,
0 Short Lengths uf Flno Canton l'liiiiucl,
from 2 to -I yards,
- isMioit Lengths of Figured Cretonnes, from
2 to 5 yurds,
We shall also offer the
1 Uvclvo-nuartcr Marseilles Hod-Spread.
llt'gulur prlco '.'.
"Iteinnaut " prlco t.w.
1 ten-qimrler Flno Wool lllaukct, extra good
value, cry tllghlly Boiled.
Itcgular prlco S1.N)
"lleinimut" prlco Sl.00
(Third floor tako tho elovator.v
Ki'Nli'iililii-.SIuirt I.i'iialliH" hi Itlni'U
Examination will find the
following marked at extra
ordinary low Remnant Day
prices, and well worthy at
tention: 0 yds lllnck Lnc
Mi yds Hlaek I.i
Id yds lllaek 1.;
)Ijils lllaek Al
yds lllnck Lnco Hunting, for S'.V.'I.
, i.aco iiiiuiiiig, lor si.
: Ijico Hunting, for ,3u.
k All-wool Albatross, for $'.' 'J5.
i Cashmere. forSl.hV
. j ds lllaek All-wool llatlsto, forSl.TS.
'.'W ills lllnck (Mtiiiniiu Cloth, fur fr!:S.
lipids lllnck All-wool llenrlettu Cloth, for
H yds lllaek Nuns' Vellhnr, for 3'1-W
!li(, yds lllaek Nuns' Veiling, for &-J.
'Ai jds lllaek Hroendu Wool llrena
ad I no, for
For other "Itoiiin.mt Day" attractions sod
ntl.erilully puiii's- liich illlferent, and i op
ii enllng o.uuih hat Wo luivo to soil us
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Do'tfMi Dry Goo i Houad,
is:! Pi) t tl'S ! Mtrcot
aikofnt or ivri'.itNi, itiivi:
coi.i.iictio.vM roil jim.y.
CJBN. SHaniDAN'S 13TAI'V.
axotmuu (it'Finiiit I'ltojiixr.vrr.v
SAJUII) IN THIS (IDNNHUTIUN.
TUB DACDY DOLLAclO.
rilt; ATTI3MIT 'I'O
1COEB NEW POSTMASTERS.
A (nii)iln of Yimlliriil iWull llolibcrn
Ariixlci! In ArliiiniiiK.
Bmnllpox Rt MontroM. Vrom August
1 In Aui;uit 3'.l thern were (Ml imscs of
cinnlliiux nnil :J death) at Jlontieal.
AVlilto IIouoo Visitors. Tho Whlto
liouso Is dally crowded with visitors, who
mo admitted only to tho Knit Kooin.
Stationery Contra eta. Tho contracts
for stationery for the Department of Juitlco
were awnrdoil to-iluy In tho following WnMi
liiRlon hiislncs men: .r. 1". Parct, Dalian
tyno ft yon, nnil V. (1. I'lselicr.
Tho Eopr.rtiiiff Cattlomon. The War
l)cp:iilini'iit Is Informed that tho evacu.it Ion
of Imliaii Tcnltory by cattlemen has pro
pressed co far that r.iilIeatlon for an In
junction or other legal proceedings would
now ho useless.
.Lire-naving 3tatlon-Kaopor3. Tim
Acting Sccictnry of tho Treasury lini np
polutcil thu folloivlnj; lccper of llfo-snvlnp;
flatlons: William 11. Stiller, nt l'olnt of
Woods, I.. 1.; Charles K. Wicks, nt I'lro
Idnnil, I.. 1.1 ltlchanl llyilcr, at Coney
Islnud. I.. I., mid John C. t'uthtrlaud, at
Santa Itosa, l'la.
Troneury Dld3. I.lio contr.ict for tho
heating apparatus for public liulldlns; nt
Iluffalo has been nwunlcd to S. I. Post A
Co., nt iM-M'JT. Proposals were recently
Invltcil for tho eonstiuctlon of a life-saving
ftiition ntSluiKeim Hay Canal, Wis., and
nnlv ono bid was received that of Airbus
1". '.UeCllllIsof Norway, Midi., ut ijii.OJJ.
ICEUint SUvor.-'-Tlio Issuo of standard
silver dollars from tho Treasury during tho
mouth of August was $1,1177,4-11, and of
minor silver coin, $1.4U,",tK)'i. Tho amount
Is decidedly nbovu lliu nvcrnsc, mid the
Treasury o'lllelals are well satlsllcd with the
result of Ihcir cIToits to forcu nut silver.
'Ihodciniiud Mill, hi their opinion, steadily
Incrcato for nt least forty days.
Internal Rovonuo Collections. Tho
total collections of internal revenue during
Iho month of July lust were $8,S3'J,ai4, or
$M1,!211 less than for tho same period of
18S4. There was a decreaso of $$0;)1).V in
tho collections for spirits and a decreaso of
$10,17!) from inlkccllaiii'ous sources. There
was nil Increase of $131,118 on collodions
for tobacco, and nn Increase of $lbS,501 on
Jfr.w Yoitic, Sept, 3. Sullivan went to
l!of ton from Cleveland. I.ctcr, his man
ager in me suiiuu ousiiiess, eauie ueie. iiu
said to Willy Madden last nli;ht: ''Sullivan
will go on in his training to meet Paddy
liyau near llaltiinoro on September 1,1.
'I hen hols under engagement to do tho
statue act through tho country, llo talks
nl out giving up pugilism and retiring on
his laurels, iis he can Hud no more men to
Pauper Immigrants. l'lio Treasury De
pat tinent has prepared now regulations
governing tho exclusion of pauper Im
migrants. Tho Department decides that it
is not necessary that examinations of Im
migrants should'bo conducted on shipboard,
'Iho Depaitinent holds that tho term "be
fore landing" embraces everything up to
the time Iho Immigrants have been exam
ined by the Commissioners of Immigration
and cither admitted or returned. Tho rezit-
lattons are amended In othenuluor particu
lar. General Ilogocrana Wanted, Tho
Deinoeriitlo Statu Central Cominlttco of
Ohio lmvo written an urgent appeal to (Jeu
eral llosecrans tn tnko part In tho Ohio
campaign this fall. The committee slated
that tho contest will bo very bitter and on
tho result will depend tho political future of
thoiarlylii that State. Tho committee
hold that if successful this fall, In tho
future the Stnto will bo reliably Democratic.
Tho duties of his ollleo mako it impossible
for (leneral ltosecrans to give a decided
Qenoral Sheridnn'o Staff. It Is under
stood nt tho War Department that tho now
members of (lencrtil Sheridan's btalt nro
not likely to bo announced before Octo
ber 1. It seems to ho thu opinion of promi
nent urn iv ofllcers hero that Lieutenant-
(leneral hherldnu has concluded to tender
one of the vacant aido-dc-camps on his stuff
to Colonel I'red W. 11. llentccn, major
Ninth Cavalry. Colonel lleuteeu com
manded a leglmeut In Iho volunteers, and
as captain of tho Seventh Cavalry at thu
tiinnof tho Custer mas.saere, saved tho rest
of tho regiment.
Tho ItoturnlnfT Oillclals. At the Treas
ury DepartinentSccrctiiry Manning's return
Is expected to-morrow or tho following day,
and nt thu Kavy Department Secretary
Whitney Is expected dally. At tho Whlto
Iliuifo no Information lias been lecelved as
to tho lime of the Piooldeut's return further
than nil Impression that ho would not bo
back lieforo the middle of the mouth. Tho
correspondence at tho Treasury and Navy
Departments Indicates an unprecedented
rush and pressure of nlllce-seekers upon the
let hi ii of thu Secretin les.
A Sowlns-Muchlno Attnclimont. A
patent has been Issued to Messrs. .Tlcncko
iV MeKeo of Philadelphia for nn apparatus
to run sowing-machines. Thu Inventors
have succeeded In constructing an appa
ratus which Is a reliable substitute for foot
power, niul which does away with tho labor
ious mid fatiguing ticadle. The motive
power Is indlnary clock siulngs, arranged
sous tu run 111" motor nlih any speed du
sllid bv simply bearing the foot on n rest.
A few moments' winding up will sufllco to
kloiomouirh pnwrr to run a smviug-m i
chine nil day. Theiiolselcs-ni' mid smooth
ness of Its NvniMnguud the ease with which
the spied inn bo rcgiilalud und controlled
inn iiecullmly favorable features of this use
fcfnll nobfcortf Arrested. A dijpateh
rieclvcd ut Iho Postolllco Department to
day announces the airest of Jclhro Almond
In 'Picsuitt, Alkmisas, llo was a mall
rider from Albemarle, N ('., nud with a
confulcriito iiamud (I. II. F.iiglo his b."ii
ballllug Iho postoflluu linpeetors by rilling
the malls of registered loiters. Pudcr the
siipeiliitendeneu of Inspoctur llondi'i'-on
thu eiiso was winked up. Decoy letters did
no good, but Dually Emtio w caught an 1
made n confession, llo hail Hod when It
Mas Known Unit ho was sii.pnetel
nud nil Inspector wuh sent to
miett him, The two m i.-l .1 un' bin,
17 or IS jcuis ct .'.)'. rmiiiilolu set of
ImplovUiil to,.)-. ,,n luppllanc.", wmv f mini
In the wooi' n Ihev opmii'l Me mill
bugs nud I ' lr i -t re I ot.ir The
fiintci.ts of those letters wero somtliiios
!lcM(tlh and wnmllmos crude gold wit
firm tho mines. 'Hie rubbery cmumeiieal
Millionth of Inst August, nud tho neat
Mork of llmllngiiiit Ihauulllyones hits bcou
jrolnit on tcrrlucu.
(..'bo'w.i t.t Mareolllo). Consul Mason
of Maisillhs lion reported that thu cholera
hnir.t list rcoelmt tls height there, mid Is
now likely loillsippoar. Thn nutlirniik of
t'liolt in was n lesult of Iho foul condition of
lltro lle'.v P33traastr3. Tho acting
Po(tniatcr(ieneral to-diiynppolnloil ninety
poAliiwsI.irs of Iho fo:utli-rlas, among
Hli'ch wciu the fnllowlii.T; Maryland P.
A. Noppomrcr, Hiinny llrook; Anna (Hilars,
.Ti'iusnleiu Mills; A. .1, Sheiirunn, (lien
Arm; .1. L. Wlsnor, Mllchelvllle. Virginia
-(1. 1!. llohhllt, Sloney Urook; J. S.
Dolny In tho Brooklyn PoatofTlco.
ThoPostofllcn commission wlileh was sent
to Investigate the cause of the tardy delivery
of mulls nt Iho Urookljn postolllco reports
inr.iiiio iiciay is caused ny iiisuuicieni. nc
rmnmodatlons In thu ofllcc. This mutter
will bo remedied, tho postmaster at llrook
Ijii Icing Instiuctcd to expend thu amount
nccissary to procure proper accommoda
tions. Qcncrnl Molira' Roport. Tho monthly
irportof flcncral Meigs, In charge of tho
construction of tho new Pension building,
was received at tho Interior Department to
day, During August the roofs of Iho east
and west sections of the ixrcal hall wcro
covered with sheathing tiles, except near
tho walls of the mlddlo hull. Tho
tin mid felt for covering tho root
have been delivered, and sonio
piogitss In the work made. Tho walls of
tho superstructure of tho middle section of
the hall have reached nearly their Intended
height, The north and south walls of tho
came iipaitincut have reached the lower
course of Iho cornice. Thu hoisting of roof
trusses will begin In a few days. The floor
Inir and lilasterhur of the third floor will
soon enable tho Commissioner of Pensions
to conroutiato his wholo force In the build
Inir. The work on the ventilation engines
will be soon completed. Thu masonry of
tho building Is nearly eoniplctod, Tho
building, even In Its unfinished condition,
has been found cool, comfortable, and
Minor and Porconal.
Tho work of tho Third Auditor's office,
which has been n long time In arrcats, has
been brought up to date,
(iciieral Atkins, Commissioner of Indian
AfTnlis, left this afternoon nt 1 o'clock to
peisonally Inspect Iho largo amount of sup
plies for the Indians, for 'which lie entered
into contract last spring,
Colonel Wilson Nonls, ox-pension agent
of Philadelphia, has replied to Auditor
Williams' letter hi a very bitter strain, llo
claims that Mr. Williams attacked him fur
effect in tho fall campaign In Pennsylvania.
Mr. John II. Kandolph, who was pro
moled this week as a cleik In tho War Do-
in t incut, has been designated as assistant
to Chief Clerk Twccdale, In plaeo of
Colonel Cnrrlnglon. Mr, llandolph was
formal)- a llrst lieutenant In the Filth In
fantry. ntv. Ait.ur axi) Avirr.
XoIpm of TlllllITHl to (III" MlM'Vll'O
fi oni All Aloil'Z tilt J.Ilil'M.
The I.lglit-llousu tenders Holly and Vio
let aniveil tit tho Norfolk Navy-i'ard Tuos
day. Assistant Tuglneer J.W. Annan hahoen
ordered tothoPortsinuutli, New Hampshire,
I.lcutenaiit-Comiiiaudcr riigeno W. Wat
son icliirucd to the Norfolk yard on Tues
day irom icavo.
Captain Kdward S. Godfrey, Soventh
Cavalry, has been granted llftceu days ex
tension of leave,
Captain lalgar It, Kellogg, I'lghtcciith
Infantry, has been granted mi extension of
lcavo for one mouth by Major-Uencral
Mnjor-Oeneral Schoflcld has ord orcd work
to he btopped on the new barracks nud offi
cers' quarters nt Foils llrldger, Wyoming,
and Douglas, nl Salt l.ako City.
'Iho Naval Academy tender Phlox, Mate
II. (i. Perry, commanding, arrived at tho
Not folk Navy-Vatd Tuesday from Anna
polls, having on board 113 general service
men and boys who composed the working
crcM' of the frigate Constellation during tho
recent practice erulso.
lusrxivT GorvnxiwxT xr.ws.
nintli'i'H Tlint nn Itclntr 4'oiiHlderL'd
Ity Out' l.oenl ItiiliTH.
Auditor Tichenor has recomineiidod to
thu Commissioners thu appointment of (,.
A, Thomas as temporary clerk In his ollleo
nt $1,000 per iiiiuii in.
Tho Commissioners havo notified Mr. A.
O. Stevens of I.o Droit Pari., whu com-
elnlned of thcerecthm of barbed M'lrofenccs.
nt thu Pail;, that they have no control of
tho streets there,
Mr. K. J. Ciunentcr has petitioned tho
Commissioners to open n strcet'forty feet
wldo through squaro S?J, running from
Noith Cuiollna avenue to C street, between
Sixth and Seventh streets.
In leply to Mr. 1). 8. Webster, nsklng
that a new street bo cut from Polk to Val
ley street, tho Commissioner reply Ihat this
cannot be done until the stilpof landneecs-
saiyTortlio street is ueuicaieu in mo ms
tiict. School Trusteo John II. llrooks has re
quested of the Commissioners for school
purposes tho building at Fourteenth and
Ij sttcets, owned by tho District. The
Commissioners have compiled with the re
quest, and this building will bo used bv tha
seventh division until tho Stevens building
Uiilldlug permits havo been granted to I).
P. droit to erect ten dwellings on Twelfth
street, between W and lloundiiry streets, nt
a cost nf $l!i,(KK): 1M. (lodey, tn erect two
dwellings on Thirty-first, between P and Q
streets, .iiOiOOO: .Mary A. Manypenny, to
elect three dwellings on Fifteenth, near
lloundiiry streets, $0,1)01).
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Notes of Int oreHt About YViimIiIiikIoii
Tiofessor llllgnrd Is at the Aquldiicck
Mrs. KflloT. Heron Is visiting at Ilroa.l
Hun, Fredcilek County, Mil.
Titian J. Coffey of this city Is registered
nt tho Vlctiula Hotel, Now York.
Captain J. Frank l.eggo of tho II. it 0.
Ihilliniiil was nt Ciiuibeiland, Mil., yester
day. Mr. J. 1'.. Triideaii, tho assistant librarian
of the Navy Dcpailiuent, lias returned
from Capon Springs.
Major (leorgo A. Amies has returned from
a somewhat uvtcuded trip through the Adi
l oudiicks nud settled dim u to business again.
Medical Director Thomas ,1. Tumor, U,
S. N., of the medical mid examining boards
has returned to the city from n visit to his
mother nt Philadelphia.
Lieutenant Downs L. Wilson, lr. S. N.,
mid Jlrs. Wilson, returned to (leorgotowu
Tuesday evening from their niimmor vaca
tion mid has settled at No. 1I1B Thirty-third
Captain Win, 11. Johns, fonneily Third
Infantry, now of tho iiflleo of tho Chief of
:iiLlncoi'i8,andMrs, Johns have returned to
thu illy from their tumuli's vacation nt
Hock I'-iiou Springs,
Mr. Mullet Kllboiiin of Tin; Cuinc ro
tiiiiicd this morning from his sojourn In thu
New lluiiipslilie bills us brown ns a berry
and tough us mi nlhleto. Thu following
nnccdntt' of his prowess is from the Weirs
7'iW.i of leceiil ilatei "Mr. Mullet Kllliuurn
of Wadiliigtoii, Mho Is visiting Mr. Huteli
In.s at Iho Island, caught on Monday, in
company with Dr (ioodell nt Philadelphia,
S I llsh In a couple of hours, and later u long
siring of black bass, una of them
weighing over 4 pounds, Mr, Kllbourii has
got .to bu uu enthusiastic llslierman, and
when hu swings a big bass out of lis ele
ment his wur-whuops cull bu heard a mile."
NEW YORK VOliITICS.
(ium'.iiai. Aran 1 1 un".! oi'ismx or
W3.ZO WILL HC1 NOMttTATKO ?
WHAT Alt!'. TIIOUCItlT Ol." IIH.I.'S
t-IIAKCKS AHA HANOI OATH.
Mil. DOnSIIBIMBtl'S PAPER.
Secri'turli'S T.tiumllii; and Wlillui-y Said
to llL'SIi'inlii'i'snf the "Slur"
awii'iiu Jlnvlln T. 3Ic5t:iliou, Unltoil
Slutcs Jtnriilinl for tho Hoiithorn l)U
Irlct of Now York, Is nt lliu lllgg?
House. A CitiTic reporter nikcd hlin
tills inoriilng !iU opinion ns In who
would bo tho Dcmiii'rntlu giiboniittorliil
cnndldnlo in Now York this full nnil
tho probabilities of llio result of Iho
"1 Jitivt! no inoi'o Idun than vou lmvo
who the candidates will be," said (leneral
MeMohoii, "but 1 nm sura our ticket will
lo elected no mailer who is nominated."
"How do tho peoplo hi Now York llko
tho President's Civil Servlco P.cform policy
Mill It lmvo nny effect In the Statu elec
tion!" "The tnas'cMif tho people are hi hearty
sympathy with tho President. They soo ho
has fulfilled every plcdgo ho Made In his
letter of neeeptan'o and his lnaiigiir.il ad
dress. Of course there are many persons
who nro disappointed In their expectations
for oflico for themselves or friends aud thov
may be lukewarm in the ciiuinalgii) but they
will vote the ticltt-t. The Independents, or,
as they nro called, 'Mugwumps,' will also
vole thu ticket, I think. Tho llrst year of a
new administration, even where tho Kxooil
tlioniilhuiltyls merely merged from one sot
of tncii to another set of tlio sanio political
faith, Is always characterized by uiuro or
less illsiallsfi'etlon duo to pcrsnnil disap
pointment", and It wouM bo surprising ft
Air. Cleveland's first year had not something
of Hits sort to eharaetcil.o It, M'heii his lu
miKiuatlon changed tho administration hi
politics asMell as persons. He has faith
Hilly fulfilled every plcdgo and every
promise, mid the little dissatisfaction that
now exists will soon M'car away. It will
have no effect In Nc.v York and our ticket
Mill bo elected without a doubt,"
"What Is jour opinion of tho present,
civil-service law and Its enforcement?"
asked thu reporter.
"I don't care to express an opinion upon
Hint. It Is being tested. I think, though,
it Mould have been hetlcr to have matured
tho act lieforo it M'ns uiado a law. My
oflico is not concerned, jou know, In tha
little quarrel In New York. That Is con
fined to the Custom Home, but Iho papers
have made It appear more Important than
It really Is."
(leneral McMahon said lie had only tnsdo
two or three changes in the force of tho
marshal's ofllce, mid further said that sev
eral Important changes In thu methods of
tho ollleo would havo to bo made or It
Mould not bo able to pay expenses. Gen
eial McMithim leaves for Noiv York to
luol row. Ills visit hero Is ou o tibial
.13i'. Iniiiihis In ew York.
A New York special to this morning's
Philadelphia 1'rcM says: "The arrival of
Secretary Manning at tho I'ltth-nveiiuo Ho
tel to-night, and tho rumored prosenco in
the city "of Secretary Whitney, gave uu
M'onlcd zest to Democratic politics. Secre
tary Manning had spent thu afternoon nt
(Ireystoiio In consultation ivlth Mr. Tlhlen,
and it was believed he had formulated soma
plan of operation for the coining conven
tion, mo corridors oi ine noici Mere iiueu
with local leaders of Democracy.
"Thcie Mere a variety of reasons ascribed
for the coming of Secretary Manning, tho
chief of Mhleli Is that the Now York
Democracy Is tu exceedingly great need of
leadeishlp. A report Is current that Dor
siieliiier is to nriive here from liar Harbor
to-morrow nud hold a consultation with
Manning nud Whitney concerning tho re
issue of tho Mur next week ns an Ailinlnls
tintioii organ. Manning and Whitney are
said to bo members of the now syndicate.
Tammany Is also to retain a slice lu the
new concern through lllchard O'Gorinan."
4'lniiiee of lllll'H Xoiiihiiitloii.
HuTi'.u.o, N. Y., Sept. 3. Stato Treasurer
I!. A. Maxwell was In tho city on private
business yesterday, llo wits asked by n
Timet reporter as to Governor Hill's
chances of being uoiulunied. "Very good,
if 1 am n Judge," replied Mr. Maxwell, and
then added; "I have visited all sections of
the State mid havo seen prominent Dem
ocrats from every county and every whoio
1 find general satisfaction with Governor
illll's iidiiilnlstiatlou mid n strong desire to
sco him head tho Democratic ticket Ihls
fall. I believe he will bo nominated."
4'IviI Si'i'vli'o l.iiw.
lion. George C. Cabell, Member of
Congress fium tlio Fifth Yirgiiitu Dis
trict, wits nskt'd about Virginia by n
Ciiitic reporter this nioiiiilig:
"1 tliluU," Mild .Mr. Cabell, "lint
General Leo will bo ulvutuil by a hutid
somo iiinlot'ity. 1 understand that W'lso
Is very (kntliiointory of our people in
Ids hpoeclies, and niovo ospeoliilly of
the people In my section. Hut M'u will not
sink to that style of campaign oratory. I
am not one of those Mho bellovo mo will go
through with a great hurrah, but I repeat
my belief that vn will carry tho Statu by a
"What Is your opinion of tho civil sor
vieo lawr" Inquired tlio lepolter.
"I think It Is a elvll-servleo humbug," ho
replied. "It Is nothing more nor less than
a shaiye to keep Itepublleuiis lu ollleo mid
Deniocrnts out. The people In my section
nro very much illssnllsileil wltn It, Of
course It's a law, and tho President has to
carry It out. I do not Know of any con
ceited movement being purposed to do
aMiiy with It at Iho next session of Con
gress." "What do ynu think of tho Administra
tion ns far ns It has goner"
"I am satlslled Mllh It. You know the
Administration Is a hlir machinemi awful
big machine audit takes a long limo to get
It ou the track. It Is going along reason
ably well, mid as far as I can Judge dis
satisfaction with Mr. Cleveland is oonlllied
almost entirely to the soreheads Mho
thought 1 1 icy should havo had olllees nud
failed lo ica'lUe their expectations."
A Moll ir!trlltiu'H
liiuNToN, I)., Sept. !!. Oroal ox
t'iti'ini'iil prevails licio over tho attempt
of an armed mob of Kiriklug mill mm
lo biciil; into thu ltelfiml mill mid Rup
ture live Chattanooga bliiokilii'op
iiullois. A number of shots were llred
by both sides, but no ono win in
jured. llclioll WuTilii lo right.
Nirw Yoiik, Sept. 3. Charley Mltelioll
w litis Hilly Madden from llaiulltuu, Ohio,
to challenge McCaffrey to light with
knuckles or haul gloves lo a llnlsli, or
soft glove, (Jueensbiiry rules, a said num
ber of loiinda for fiom $1,000 to $-'i,5tW, or
the total gate money. Madden says he will
nitlfy the match ami he nwnlts McCaffrey's
S'.dltoi' AiiiiHlioiii; NiiimI I'm' Iiiliel.
IMitor Win, J. Arinstroiigof tho Xii'i.niil
I'rte I'tm Mas charged before tho Police
Couit Hits nttemooii with criminal libel.
Dr.W.ll. Haleof WU Twelfth street was Iho
complainant, Thu cusu was indellnlt -ly
postponed until u day can bo sot for trial.
rnti puiieh nixu.
aiVcafflrcy Think Tttnt T.itr Mlionl.t
Cbnngc Illsi ltrelMliin.
Toi.r.im, Ohio, Sept. .1. DnmlnlcU M.
Caflfroy, Hilly O'Hrlen, h's bieker an 1
lulrnngcT, mid (ieorgo Campbell, stikn
lioKler at Iho lain light at Chester Park,
Cliiclnnoll.'.arrlveil in this Hty last night fer
Iho puriiofo of holding a conference with
W. C. Tale, tho leferoe of the light. M'."
Caffiey was looking well, and "tho only
mark ho boro was a slight scratch across
tho i.oe, Mhleli lin received from falling
upon Iho ropes, In conversation with it
leporlcr McCaffrey saldi "It Is thn givitesl
shame lu Iho world that I should ho beaten
out of what was vlitmlly a victory
for inc. Mr. Tide undoubtedly undo
I lie decision he did through n mis
understanding or hick of understanding
of Iho rules of tho fight. It mms a groil mls
tako ou his part nud ou ours that ho was
not shoM'ii nrttelps of agreement lieforo tho
light occurred, lie ceilaluly had no right
to make niiy decision without having a full
understanding of Iho terms of tho tight. I
claim Hint now, mIicii ho has before him the
original mtleles and the testimony of Mr.
Campbell, ho can mid ought to mako u Una!
decision. Them Is but ono way which ho
can decide It under the rules, mid tint I.i a
dinw. lAerjhody Mill bo satlslled If that Is
Killed on tin' Itace Trnek.
Ni:m' Yoiik, Sept. II. Tho truck was lu
good condition at llrlghtou lle.ieli yester
day, nud the weather, though a llttlo chilly,
M-asbiacIiigniid Invigorating, nud a moio
than average nttendanee. Hut the pleasures
of the day Mere completely marred by u
chapter of terrible accidents by which that
most promising young Jockey, Moian, M'ns
Instantly killed, and several other riders
narrowly escaped with their lives. Tho
second race was started with thlrty-ono
hoiscs, although twenty-two owners had
suit In an application to havo tliiir luirjcs
withdrawn, as tho number M-as too great
mid tho track too narrow to glvo their ani
mals u chance, nnd, ns was stated, they
wcio afraid of an accident.
Cnldwull got tho horses oft In bunches,
mid of coiiiso they raised an Immense cloud
of dust, hi which those out of tho front lank
could not see m hero they were riding to, At
the luilf-iiillu post Mnrnu, who was tiding
W, C. Daly's .Miss Daly, and, as well as
could be seen thioiigh the dust, was lu third
place on the outside, hiving Joe Howell u
llttlo lu front cud closely followed by Gar
rison on Illiquid and l.auu ou Huiiltln Lee,
was seen to suddenly pitch high Into the
ulr, mid M'as quickly lollowed by thu other
two falling also. Moran's reniclns, by leave
of the coroner, Mere removed lo tha tempo
rary homo of his widowed mother at Sheeps
he.ul Hay, still Imhllud In his Jockey Jacket,
his features wearing the placl.l expression
of deep sleep. The other riders Harrison,
Mho mile HlltX'inl, nud Lane, who rode
liomile Lee me netting along till right.
Hi the thlnl race .mother accident oc
culted, v.hlch lu line ease niiy prove fatal.
Itlvers, who was ildlng Wotidermeut, and
Willh:in, on Cardinal MeCloskoy, wero
throw n ns they eiilcrcd Iho hoinostreteh,
and lilvers was last night carried home still
unconscious and unable to nun a. Williams
escaped with a few bruises. After this
every one seemed to lose heart and taku no
menu Inteiest lu the day's proceedings.
,!n.v (-oiilil on Xi'iv Itailrnii Is.
New Yuhk, Sep, :!. Some Inlliiciitial
citizens of Kansas City recently tnkod
.lay Gould to extend his Missouri
Pacific lino from ICnusni City to l'aola
and to treat Kansas City tis tlio virtual
cnMcru terminus of thai portion of tlio
Gould eystein. Mr. Gould replied June
111 In n letter, now printed for the llrst
"Tho present Is not an nppoituno time
for tlio building of railroads. Very few of
Iho miles already built and operated lu the
United States nro yielding unv return what
ever to their owners. The Missouri Pacific
has felt the business ilepiosslon very keenly,
and thu cud Is nut vl-lnle. Somu additions
havo been made to Its mileage during the
past j ear, but only such as seemed essential
to thu protection of the Investment already
made and lu localities Mhciuthe people to
be benefitted have been willing to nssiiino a
inn Hon of thu burden of construction.
Mcny more additions should bo undo and
iiodoubl Mill ho lu time, but the manage
ment feel that ordinary prudence requires
that in the main they will Malt until a moru
The Iron .llen'i Couferi'iiee.
PiiTsiiriio, Sept. :. Ithas Jitstieeomo
known that the recent conference of sheet
lion men held in this city M-as replete with
accusations by the nianufacturers Mho
claimed that different linns wcru not paying
Amalgamated prices. This led to a thorough
Investigation which conclusively proves
that the iietusatlon Is false In nil mills
of lids distill t, both In and out of the as
sociation, the lending i oilers of each mill
having eiiliinlllcil aiuiiavus io tno wages
lecelved by them slnco the scalo conference
The receipt of Iho 6hcct scale signed by
the Neldeilng House Stamping Company of
St, Louis Is the occasion of no llttlo mid
ogri cable stu prise at Amalgamated head
quarters In tills city, this being the llrst
scalo signed by a Western sheet mill since
thu last conference, and this, ono of the
most extensive In the West, Is considered of
very great iinpoitanco on account of tlio lu
Uuuice upon other Western manufacturers.
i:clllnK I.nivii Ten n U.
Hah llAUiion, Mi:., Sept. 3, Tho most
exciting lawn tenuis game of the, season was
that of jestcrday between Patton of Now
Yolk and Hohlcn of Philadelphia, It was
Monby Patton by tho following score:
First set-1'alliin. 0; llohlen, 4.
Second set -I'lilton, S: llohlen, (1.
Tliild set- Patton, S; llohlen, 7.
Fourth set- Patton, 0: Hidden. 1.
Fifth set Putt 0 llohlen, .
In the afternoon an amusing game M-as
nlavul for a charitable object by Messrs.
Young, Van lienss.iler, Hubert Cornell nnd
lliurv Young In
woman s upparei. .Mr.
Youiil". Iii carl) Hint
bowed oil his portly
llgiuo to advantage and with a bonnet
adorned with sun flowers, excited roars of
laughter. Mr. Cornell was also clad In a
gown of vermllllou hue, and the graceful
Mr. Van Hcnssilcr achieved n great success
111 his mimicry of feminine wajs,
A Ti'iigi'it.v in lliillluiiiri'.
llAiriMom:, Jin,, Sept. 3. Walter F.
Welsh, proprietor of Hie saloon at No. IIS
King stud, shot und killed mi Italian
nained Fiank 1). Antonl early this mornln,'.
'Iho deceased, with four others of his coun
trymen, had been ejected from tho saloon
on account of dbiuderly conduct. Two
mlliiiles later the llvo men rushed into the
place, und Antonl advanced upon Welsh
with adiawu stllctlo. Welsh died linmi)
dlatclv, the bull crushing through tlio
Italian's bruin. A coionor's Jury rendciel
ti veidlet of Justifiable homicide.
Miiddi'iil.v 3! lido n .llnui.ir.
Sr. I.ons, Mo., Sept. 3. P. W. Hiiehel,
a quiet mid peneeublo triiiikmuker at Klrk
Mnod, Mo., became suddenly Insane yoster
iluv, and after shooting Mrs. Charles Han
da! I, who luil entered Ills shop to ask about
fome repalis, he ran out and started down
tin, street shooting In all directions, M'hen
Sheriff Allen ultcuipted to urresl hlin.
Hiiehel Urcd at him several times and then
ntliickcd him Mllh ir knife. lullictliig n slleht
Mound. Allen (lieu shot Hiiehel, llllltutllig
a fatal wound. Tho maniac was llieji so
uireil. Mis, Haudall will recover.
.lolin Mulllv;i:i Mnliei' Again.
Ci.bvxi.ami, Ohio, Sept. 3. lolin I..
Sullivan was In town milium' mid a half
jcsleiday morning waiting for his train
F.ast. He was sober and was sallsllud with
ever) thing about tho late tight. Xflertil.
lug bicnkfast at the Oyster Ocean he left J
ou tho bar ami told the harlcudei' in give
cverybiHly a iliiuk. He is likely lu meet
llynn at Chester Park, but says iiniliuig
ilellnite ha.s been iirrau cd lie wdli iirn
heic to pitch In n ball gaino Sept 'iubcr 14
STBAD'S BOOM HUANG.
IV HAT TUP. 'tMWi 3SAJ.li UA-
AN INSANE STATESMAN.
Count Tolstoi of Itiisalu Verglll'; nil
LtiNiioK, Kept. !1. Tito -I'M Mill
Ouzclte people are bogluliig lo llnd th"
M'litny sldL'.of their cnisnilo In fuvor of
morality nuil.it big circulation. Hither
to it bus been plain nailing; they lmvo
had tilings nil their own way, nud u
steady slrcuin of praise und pennies hns
Unwed in their direction. Tlio worst
they lmvo hud lo complain ofwuslliu
ignoring by tlio oilier pnperu ol tho un
til o subject, nnd thoy have been loud
nud hitter In their denunciation of tills
policy of silence. Mr. Slead, tho editor of
Iho liit-ilti hns continually courted piosccu
tlou for publishing Iho rcvelallnn.1, mi I Ills
long exemption from nrrest seemed to
pinuilsu permanent Immunity. Now, bow
ever, he Is to lie nrrestml on tin) nerlous
charge of aiding liitlienlHllletluiiofnfcnialn
child for Immoral purposes, and this fact
has fallen like a bombshell In lliu (inxllr
This Is n totally different ehniigo fmni
thoso ou Mhleli Stead has Invited, mid, per
haps, hoped for un est, and It Is far more
seilous than slander or tho publication of
obsccno mutter. The maximum penally Is
two years' linpilsoiinient at bard labor, and
Ticasiiry Solicitor Poland claims lo lmvo
iiinplo testimony lo secure a conviction.
The prosecution aver that Stund, lu the
course of tho Investigation of Loudon Im
morality, wanted to havo a young mid In
nocent girl abdiielcd ami subjected to va
rious Indignities Just to show bow easily nil
this could ho done. Seeking the assistance
of Mrs. Jmrelt, who had formerly kept a
house of 111 lame, but was then siippnuil
to have reformed, ho hired her to projuro
such n girl. Mrs. Jarrctt found ,u girl
Kllza Armstrong, and got possession of her
by rcprcrentlng that she was lobe employed
to do light housowiiik.
Tlioelilld was then taken to an lininnr.il
resort, drugged, nnd abused lu various
ways, although she was not criminally as
saulted. Then tho child was turned over
to the enro of the Salvation Army and kept
concealed by General Ilooth anil Ills asso
ciates until her mother sought the assistance
of thu police and finally recovered tho
child, It Is admitted that all this was done
ns nn expeiliueut and for n motive which
may have satlslled tho consciences of those
engaged lu the plot, but it M-asuuvelthcluss
an' aggravated easo of abduction nud It
caused great physical and mental Miffcrlng
to both the child and Iho mother.
Much suipil-o Is oxpiossed that "Gen
eral" booth was not Included lu tlio war
rants of arrest Issued yesterday. It Is stated
that tlio solo rea'un of tho "General's" ex
emption M-as tho dlfllctllty of obtaining
siilllctcnt evidence lo insure Ills convict ton.
The evidence against Mrs. Jarrett and Mr.
Stead is believed to bo complete, and the
prosecution did not emu to Imperil the
moriilclTictoftliotrI.il by including any
culprit who could not bo convicted without
a miiTisu orrnssivc paiitisan.
Lord John Manners, Foitiiuster-Gejier.il,
has enraged tho olllclals and employes of
his depai Intent by sending llicni n circular
winning them to abstain from nctlvo parti
cipation in the electoral campaign, and or
dering them not to support any enudidato
by publlo speech or writing. Most of tho
postolllco people nro Liberals, having been
appointed during .Mr. Gladstone's adminis
tration, and many of them nro known as
elTcetlve Milters and stump speakers in the
Liberal eaue. Lord John Is, of course, a
Tory, mid his subordinates now regard hlni
as a most ollcuslvu partisan.
,V Ill'ssllN STATESMAN INN INK.
A St. Petersburg dispatch says Count
Tolstoi, the celebrated Husslau statesman
and poet, has been pronounced Incurably
Insane, and has liecu placed in a lunatic
asylum. Ho has of late passed his thnu on
his estate learning the shoemaker's trade.
Ho lufoi incd his former Illustrious compan
ions (hat hu had found hi manual lalir
thusceiclof true happiness and morality,
but from this eccenlilelty his mental con
dition has rapidly progressed to ono of com
mimstku rur.i.i's' Aiivici:.
Mr. Phelps, the American Minister,
opened a woikingincn's club near Hugby
) eslcrday. In a speech to the members ho
said that the prosperity of America was duo
to Hie persistent energy of. her people.
There was employment lu America for all
Mho desired it, prosperity for all deserving
it, and for nil a weleomo. lie advised thoso
who thought of emigrating to reflect well
before starting. There was no room In
Alueiiea for Idle and worthless persons,
The A'oii'f Viaiiin, of St. Pclcrsbiirgh,
states that In the event of thu alliance be
tween Ihigland and Turkey, Hussla will
withdraw from tlio trammels Imposed on her
by thu llerlln treaty.
A fit o lu llarrow-lu-1 unices, I.ngland, do
slid) ed the works of the Harrow Shi) Hulld
lug Company, causing a loss of $l,i)i)J,000,
and thiowlng'.yiOOinenoutof employment.
Suppe, Iho composer, Is seriously ill.
Tho Sultan disapproves of tho occupation
of the Soudan by Turkish troops, and re
gards with disfavor tho project of mi Anglo
Turkish occupation of the whole of Egypt.
llewlshcstosend uTiuklsh commissioner to
Calm to net as counselor to the Khedive,
and desires F.ngland to fix a definite term
for her occupation of tho country.
ThoAinciiean Legation In London has
been removed to new and spacious rutin turs
on Vlctiula sheet.
Geimaiiy's note with rrforenco to tho
Carolines Is reported to he corteoin, but
gives llttlo satisfaction to Spain.
Lady llmssey will publish an Illustrated
liairativoot Hie recent cruise of tho yacht
Sunbeam, Willi (ilad-touo on board.
The fifteenth anniversary of the German
victory over tho French at Sedan was cele
hraleif lu llerlln to-day by a grand military
Prince Henry of llattenburg, husband of
Pi liieess Hcntricc, bus, by thu Queen's order,
been appointed n commander In thu llrltlsh
'Iho German traveller Werss, has arrived
In llerlln from Zanzibar, bilnglng a treaty
concluded with tho Sultan of Pangaiil, by
which (lei many assume' a protectorate over
Panganl and North Usngura.
Three Candaliar leclmciits recently or-
ileicdhy tho Ameer of Afghanistan to pro
ceed to'llcrot, iiiiitlued and reftlsuil to go.
The natives of Candaliar openly deelaro
their wish that Knghiiid shall ocuupy
Germany Intends to arm her projected
military stations lu Zanzibar with Krupp
Tho Paris authorities havo Isstiod strin
gent orders prohibiting Spanish residents
fmni organising and puttielpatlng In autl
Gcimaii demonstrations on French soil.
Tho business of the International Corn
Mmket at Vienna has thus tar included the
snloof 1(10,000 cwt. of whuat mid 4(W,0J0
owt of bnrloy.
I'tlCll I'.lid of II IVllil.
Cincinnati, (., Sipt. 3. A report
comes from Wurlield, Martin Comity, Ky.,
that John Hawks nud John Stluclicomh,
Let ween whom a feud had oxlstod for
j cars, met on the road, no.ir Wnrfleld.
Hawks was ou horseback and Stluclicomh
lu a wagon. They began llrlng upon each
otlur, ono with a revolver and iho other
ullh a gun. Hawks Mas killed almost In
staiiliy and Ktliieheomli cannot iceovei.
Hawks leaves eleven small children.
Colonel r.noch Toltcn returned untie cltj
yi'dciduy after an absence of n month,
1 II V. A l.A IIA M. 1 CO UltT.
Jtidttc Hnidnn on ('omnfi'vllcr Iur-liRoi--.
llt'lit.lMrrnN, Iowa, Hept. U. Tho 7i."
C)r publishes this morning un tiiiurvl"iv
Willi Hon. .lumen llnilun, presiding Judge
of the ('pint of Alabama Claims, relative to
the lecclil decision of the First Comptroller
of Ilic Tioiimir). disallowing nil tho minor
oxpenu of thu court. Judge lltrlan says
lint the Comptrollers decision Is not only
In conflict with thorn tsof Coiigiesacreatlii.t
the colli t iii.d prescribing Its duties nnd with
nil the precedents In thn other courts, hut
t list t It will, It siistuluod, necessarily pro
long thcM'oik of tlio omit mill Inereaso tlio
A Kloi'.v Alioiil (tie I'l'rnlil.
Nt w Yoiik, Sept. 3. A icport Is current
tlmt John W. Mnckty Is iiegntlallng with
Jatncs Guidon llennclt for the purehnso of
'I lie New York JlnuU, with lliu lnteiitlotiof
piitllngJolin llusscll Young ut thu head of
lis edlli. lini stall. .Mr. Mac I, oy is llilui'esled
with .Mr. Ilciinett lu thu llannetl-Mankry
fable, In tho const ruel Ion of which i?s,(i.vi,
l(K) Is said to have been sunk. For Mr. Iluu
nctt's share of lids onleiprlso Mr. Muckey Is
rcporled tohold n mortgage on the ItrenUl.
Mnckiv's Meiillil Is limi'll bilked uIhiiU III
this cniiiKctloii. llulssiililt()liiivefl,0)0,
(!(!() hi securities locked up III his strong box
-ijn.ron.HKI In United Stains I per cents,
$r.,(i(:n,HKI lu rents, fi,(l0(),()0il III consols, mid
.C.oni.MHI lu SliilebouilsmiilslmllhirsiKiurl
HcH of Ihls i ouiitrv, bearing f to S per cent
lull lest. In addition tu this Is his cable In
vestment und his Interest In the Hank of Ne
vada. The gossip tuns that hu would bo
able to buck thu thu 7nviif with !0,o00,
('(. Will Now tiocosiitz.e ?rigvu:iiiH.
IJoKitiN, M.vsn., Soit, it. Thu llemlil
piibllsltt'H n Now IlnVuii dispateb, sny
lug: I. jmlc lliuibon, win) , 'is chairman of the
Hcpubllcnu Stale Central Commllle lust full
i-siied a circular declining lo reeognte
Indi'tiendciits, now Issues an iiigent appeal
to that class of politicians, Inviting them
to let til it to Iho Hcpulillcnii fold. Hu
closes ns follows: "Wo havo n Legislature
lo elect lu this Slato this full. Do you not
feel willing lo ictiirn to the Hepiibllcan
pmty and bv your vote In November hasten
Hie iislointion of Republicanism nt Wash
ington? Cannot, jou ndvl'o thosu of Iho
State of New Yolk, Mho took sides with
you last fall thai the cause of civil service
refoim will bo piomoled by a loyal support
of the llcpuhllcan candidate, for Governor
of this State?"
It ic ill or (lie lliiiiiivci'inu.
Ni:w Yoiik, Sept. 3. Tho latest heard
fiom thu Hanoverian's passengers and crew
is (bet they wcro safely lauded and convey
ed oM'ihiiul lo Trenpassey, wlicneo they
Mill I e taken to St. Johns by steamers sent
out from that city. It Is feared, however,
that they will have sillTeicd gieiil hardships
teforo lellef reaches tlioiu. The tli.-ory
inleitalned here, tinsed upon the meagre
dclalls received, lslli.it In tlio fog Capo Piui)
light was mistaken tor Iho Cape Haeu light,
thus lluowliig the vessel oil her coiirs;,
though it Is not understood how the shoals
iietwii'ii the lights and Portugal Covo could
bine been passed unheeded unless them was
a neglect tor several hours to throw the
A Vitji Vi'ii;i'fcil Ull-lmtid.
Ik.s'ro:.', Sept, !!. A two -years' search by
n wiongcd husli'ind resulted yclerday lu
the arrest by lloston olllccrs of William
Liikemaii and -Mrs. Olivia Hell. Two years
ago they dlsappeaii'd simultaneously from
l.ubee, Me., the former leaving behind ft wlfo
ami live chlldieii, and the hitler a husband
mid two children, liver since the husband
bus bullied them from place to place, his
lotiiuey carrying hlin to many parts of tho
tutted Slates and to Cuba. During his
si arch he has spent alibis money, but hu
lonslders the result woiui me cost. Mieu
Liikcini.ii was arrested he was wearing a
watch ami chain which belonged to Hell,
bill had been carried off by his wife.
Iti'iliiehig the t'oit ol Steel ItallK.
HiiTiii.ciiUM, Sept. 3. With a view to
lessening tho cost of producing steel rails
Dr. G. 11. Lliideruinii, general manager of
tho llclhlchcm Iron Company, has issued nil
order reducing many foremen to the rank
of workmen. Thlswlll affect foremen In thu
converting, blooming and rail departments
mid also at the hammer. Among the uota
hlo changes intiilo lire the resignations of
Owen l.clbcrt, for scleral veins in charge
of the steel mill, nnd Superintendent Fritz.
Ihe hitler, who lias been absent in P.urnpo
for some lime, sailed fiom Liverpool on
Monday for home.
A .tlnoii It 1 nil's, oil'ri' Ite.li'cted.
New Yoiik, Sept, 3. Miss Jcnevlevo
Ward, the actress, who recently completed
a season in New Zealand, says tho Maori
King's attentions wero so nslduoiis ns to
annoy her. He attended every performance
and Dually secured an Interview and ashed
her lo many hlin. As ho nliesily possesai'i
several wives, Miss Ward declined tho
honor, ' Tho King offered lo kill nil Ids
other wives If she objecled to them, hut she
was proof against Ihe Inducement.
An r.vi'i'illloil 1'os.t polled.
CiiAMi'oiiDsvn.i.i:, Isn., Sept. 3. Tho
execution of John A. Coffee for tho mur
der of tho McMiilIeii family, which win
oceiir In Ihls city to-day, has been post
poncd. Tho sheilft jestcrday lecelved a
icsplto fiom Governor Gray, extending
Colfce's lease of life until October 111, at
which time, In cusu Dennis fails to get a
new lilal, both will bo executed. A new
tilal for Dennis extends Coffee's life In
definitely. IIiiiiIiiii "Soul's." on Toronto.
Ni:w Yoiik, Sept. 3. llnnlaiihasslgnllled
his Intention to leave Toronto and mako
tills city his lesldcnce. Ho will probably
open a "place" here. Tho sculler, to use
tho vernacular uf the sporting fraternity,
has "sullied" on the Canadians, and says
they treated hlin wrong because ho refitsod
to tow nil his races lu Toronto Hay, so that
they could make money by his victories,
.V illoi'oei'o riH'tor.y iltll'lli'.l.
Lynn, Mass., Sept. 3. A fuiir-story
building here, occupied by Nicholas Weber
as a morocco factory, was totally dostmye t
by tiro nt 'J o'clock tills moinliig. The loss
will reach $100,000. Tho liaiuos were com
municated lo the l'.lectrle Light Company's
Works and un engine house, but no state
ment of daniagu'iloiio has been rocolvod
HiNilHll'I'M til Tlllll'NlM,
VirrortiA, 11. C, Sept J. -Tho Alaska
Itcmncr Ancoii, with a large number of
totnlsts, eight dajs overdue, broke down
270 miles ninth of Nimilmo August 23, and
was lowed lulu a safe harbor by u small
boat. The passengers mid crew are all sate
and have plenty of provisions aboard. A
tug has gone lo tow the vessel hero.
A lli'inoei'iitli' t'lir.liiiinii r inter Hull,
Dvsvii.i.K, Sept. 3. Kx-Scnator Charlos
Chatfmit, editor of tho Danvillo InleUlfieneir
and chairman of tho Montour County Demo
cratic Committee, has been placed under
$1,000 bail, us has his sou, for alleged libel
ous publications growing out of tho scandal
ut the recent Democratic primaries In Mon
tour, IMi-il In ii Ueiilnl Chilli'.
l'CTUaitcv, Mit'li., Sept, a. Mrs. Da.1 1
llrowii, wife of a business man of this city,
died In u dental chair about 1 p. in. yester-
iiay. nr. ferry, me itctititi, uuiiumsiuruii a
moderate amount of chloral, which, com
bluedwilh predisposition to heart trouble,
produced death, She leaves ono child.
Oil NUn.'U tn Ohio.
lllsKl II s-ipl ( Oilliii been -I i ii, U
bell ut u itl'l 111 ir 'I. H-) I. ! f! Hi Hi. il
fllie bulling llueuii U ll ..l.e ,'OU 1-e-l ti n.
THE QIWS EFFORT.
H. TO THY
TO 1IKAT IIKlt
MR. BOMNHR OOKPIDBT.
llHlr to Drive
for All Sho's
1'itoviiiy.KcK. it, I., Sept. it. Great
littered is manifested in lliu trial uf
Mnnd H. to beat Iter record nt Nurru
gniiMull I'urk to-day. It Is tho third
dny of tho Giiuid Central Circuit
liitulinp, nnd besides tho trial of tins
Queen of lliu Turf there will bo thruo
good races. Mr, Homier nnd Mr. lltlr
are confident Hint tho nunc will be nblo
In lower the record, nnd gront oxpeolu
tliuiN arc centred ou tho result of tint
tilul. '11k msre, Mr. Hair says, was nover In
letter condition nnd likes tho track mil
bus made some wonderful clips dining her
si i,j hire. Tlic two fastest miles she mi In
I., le weie In 'J:l:: nnd UillJ.
Mr. Hull will speed Iho innro Ihls ntter
iioi'ii If the condlllnns iiu all favorable.
The track Is In splendid shape, and was
ncMT ncl. uned ns (aft as It is now. Hobcrt
Homier arrived from New York this morn
ing, nnd he hopes to have ids horse show
M bat shi) can do. There Is a very largo
nlti iiihiuce at the track, mid nil the Incom
ing Indus bring tuhlllinns. The weather Is
siipeib, slid n belter day for the race eould.
not I o ihlieil. 'Iho wind Is from thn south
west, hut unless It glows too strong thu
male will bo sent for nil she Is worth. Tim
tilal iienls aio for a handsome sliver cup
picsinleil bv the Nnriitgansett Driving As-i-iichitlon.
'.Mr. Homier will allow nn pools
to It sold ou the result.
A ill uinl lo .IIiinIici' Fined.
David A. Ncn), a mulatto, an employe of
the Government Printing Oflico, was called
up before Judge Snell tills morning nnd
charged with making threats of un out
mgcous character to a white girl named
Mary Hughes, Mho Is mi orphan mid lives
with .Mrs. MeCuiiley at 13J'l I stroet. " 1
think ho ought lo he tiled for using Indecent
language." remaiked the Court." "I can
nnlv put iilm under bonds, nud that Is not
tnLliiKuirjthlug out of ids pocket. Itmdur
rttiud that he has been going to this girl anil
making Indi cent proposals to her and ilslnj
Indecent language to her. It Is mi outra
geous chm as I understand It, mid I don't
want to have 11 miss lire. I once Unci n
man $l(si In this court for using indocent
language io u lady ou tho street." Tlio now
paper Mas made out mid the defendant was
tiled on It. The young lady told the Ju igo
that she had been stopped ou tho struct
Mhlle going to the stoic He said: "How
aie) ou?" and hupasetl on without notle
liig'thi' iciuark, and when she went out
ngnlii he made nil Indecent icm.irk. Iiu
made other remarks to her of mi outrageous
ehiiiuctcr. Mr. Campbell Carrlngton ap
pealed for tho licensed. Tlio prisoner de
nied the charge, and denied that he knew
Iho girl. Judge Snell said, In disposing of
tlio case; "Girls must Ik) protected against
these bad men, who are worse lh.ui sharks,
nud I Mill line hlm$r0."
'I'liiiiip-i Si'l.o n Train.
St. JosKrit, Mo. Sept. !). A gang or
rovcii tramps nt 'J o'clock jestcrday morn
ing took possession of the south bound
freight train on tlio Kansas City, St, Joseph
,'c Council Hhiffs Hoad at Luke Station,
llvo miles south of this city mid held It
about tlnce hours. Tho train was on a sldu
track nnd when an attempt was uiado to go
ahead It was found that tho switch hail
been closed, the wink of tramps who hail
been expelled from the cars n few moments
before. The trainmen tried to open thu
switch, but were driven away by the tramps
who llred a number of shots at them. No
one was Injured and tho trainmen suc
ceeded in capturing two of the tramps who
were put In Jail hero yesterday. One gavu
thu name of Tom O'Hrlcn and the other
MlkeSlallcry. Tlio lornier bad a linn gold
watili with the name of A. W. Jones en
graved on tho case.
Very Kant Traveling.
Hikiai.o, N. Y., Sept. 3. President
Sloan and ins family arrived In this city last
evening en route to Niagara Falls! Thu
nip mcr the Lucknwanna from llliighamp
tou to Fast Hiiffalo, 107 miles, was undo
in 210 minutes, inclusive of twenty-two
minutes' stoppago for M'ater, oiling and
nillioad crossings, making tho actusl run
ning time exactly 107 minutes, or a mile, a
minute. President Sloan oxprcsod his
satisfaction at the lino condition of the,
Lackawanna's roadbed and rolling stock.
Tho pai ty went to Niagara Falls over tha
New York Central from here last night.
MIXOll XMVS XOTVS.
Six persons wcro drowned at Oikosh,
A heavy frost in Michigan has Injured
vegetation, vines, and, to n certain extent,
There wero thiity-flvo now cases anil
Ihh teen deaths from smallpox Injilnutreal
The Texas Knlfrhts of T.ollffnrn fills-
tssjSULitid of ii design to Join thu prohibition
Tho Prohibition Stato Convention of
Massachusetts M'ns llxed yesterday for Wor
cester, September 10.
Tho Allan Lino steamship Hanoverian
Mas totally wrecked on tho Newfoundland
coast, but.'passengeis and crew were saved.
Maxwell was arraigned in St. Louis j'es
terday for the murder of Preller, but at thu
request of his counsel the cao was continued,
until Ihe '.lib.
Mrs. Algernon Sartorls and Mr. niul
Mrs. Jesse It. Grant Mere among tho pas
sengers of the steamship Worm "which left
New York for Hiigland yesterday.
Druggist Knde of Iloboken, whoso mis
take cau-ed the death of the lloltz girls, I
recovering from tho cfTect of the poison ties
took, and Is no longer under police surveil
lance. Dr. Geotgo II. Curry, who committal
i ide ut Newman Springs, near Hcd II
evening, was well known lu
Park, whero ho owned several
William D. Farwcll, lato resident part
ner In New York ot John V. Furwell
Co. of Chicago, and Itov. Joseph'AlIeu, D.
1)., LL. 1)., ex-presldcnt of Jefferson Col
lege, were buiicd lu New York yostcrday.
United States Scuator William J.
Sewell nrrlved from Kuropo yesterday, and
stiys that he doesn't think It worth m hllo 'o
Involve himself by any statement in tho
Kelsoy-McPheiooii squabble lu New Jersey
At Nevada, Mo., on Tuosday, Henry
Stair niul his wlfo wero fouud guilty ot
murder lu killing old man Som'oH and his
young son sumo threo weeks ngo. Tim
woman was recommended to the mercy of
A llrolast night destroyed tho Kimball
Cartlugo Company's factory In Sail Frau
ctsco and a iiiuiiIht of adjoining buildings.
Tho factory miis owned by H. Miulo. Tlio
total loss U $75,IKX), uf which $50,000 Is oil
tho eurihige fui'toi). The insurance Is uu
known. In Hie ease of Deputy Sheriff Thuiniii
of Medina County, Tux., wanted (or thn
killing of Depiil) I'nltcd States Marshall
Niggle, the Medina County authorities
eonl cud that he should be tried In that
coiinl), wlieie thu offense was committed,
and cite Gtilteuu's onse as n precedent.
Thu llrst test of the reservoir system oil
i he npiiir Mississippi was made on Tues
dav, when, In tho presence of throHti'ticd
Mi'.peii-ion of inielu'itluii at St. Paul !,"
i ,ui-, ol low w alci. I lie gites of the Gov
i n nn hi d mi nt wiHiii'tifgoshlsh wero
, in it ami tile (eet ut water appeared at,
Bl.i i d
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