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SMAI ... ADVERTISEMENTS
Of it UnM, 7 Worth to tlio J.hie,
rOR SALE or RENT, HELP WANTED,
Mlimllnmi Wnntcil, Hpnl INtntc, Ao.,
iLscrlc-ft in Tlic Critic Three Times for 25 cents.
Is Delivered by Carriers at 35 Cents
Now is the Time to Subscribe
3BT1I YKAlt-AVITOLE NO. 5,337.
WASHINGTON, D. C, KJUJ)AY EVENJNO, SEPTUM HRIt 18, 1885.
PIUCR TWO CfitfTS.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
Now Things Aro Coming
much faster (Inn wo can enumerate
tlicm. Wo give yon tlio following To
ilny nml will glvo you tcoro later. Rut
don't wait; somo may bo gono bofora
you ntc ready to b.iy. Coino on n vMt
J.InrtiH nml Hout;UocpliiK (Jnii'.ti.
Wc would suggest to our
customers that now is an ex
cellent time to purchase Ta
ble Linens, Napkins, Blank
ets, Comforts, Spreads, etc.,
as they have never been of
fered at lower figures, and
there is every probability of
their advancing a little later,
and while wc shall not ad
vance our prices until it be
comes absolutely necessary,
it is something over which
we have no control.
(Special values nro now ready In nil tlio
above linmril goods, nml wo would call spo
rial attention to tlio 01 Inch halt-bleached
Table l)amak nt Mo per yd, an being excep
tionally good tor tlio money, Loin;;. line, heavy
nml fceo from dressing.
WOODWARD & LOTH HOP.
Xnw Full Hindi oo(1m.
Our experience with Black
Goods is, "That the best have
always given the best satis
faction," so we have made
our selections accordingly,
buying only such as we know
to be of the very best dyes
and very best materials and
of the newest and most fash
ionable weaves. Such a stock
as wc can conscientiously
recommend and say :
Thero Is nono better Initio cliy, nor marko:l
nt such low llRiirca, comprlsluj, bei'iUi tlio
staple Roods, tlio following new woavos;
Cut limcro Lougrayo, Cnsimlr Cloths,
Tnffctn Velouto. Heavy Diagonal.
Croitlso Suitings. Scbustopol Cloth.
Diagonal D'Almns. HtiBllsh Homespuns.
Cnehcmlro do Saxo. Tricot Cloths.
Kayo Satin l.ii. Kayo Hondo, In hand-
Crcpo Illson, mmo stripes.
Illnrrli7.. Prokon Fluids mil
Jlcntello Suitings. Tufts with plain
fniiullcr'K Cheviots, backs to match.
Lclgne's Cloths, Also n full lino of silk-
Wool DamiiRC. wnrp Henrietta
Ottoman lirochc. clotln, In nil making
Kplngllnc. tho largest stock and
l'rodults Francals. Ibo greatest variety
Drnpilo Alma, over shown.
woonwAim & LOTimoi.
One Dollar Ladies' Cloth
at 75 cents, and a dress pat
tern for $4.50 (6 yards).
Notwithstanding the elegant
"novelties" shown by ns in
dress materials, we shall go
right on selling this same
Dollar Ladies' Cloth for 75
cents, all the colors that are
Tlio next best thing Is n Sltiich Colorod
Camel's Hair heme, nt St ior yard.
WOOUWAltl) As LOTIIROl1.
Ladles" JIIuhIIh Uiidci'tvcnr.
We can sell you Ready
made Underwear much
cheaper and better than you
can buy the materials and
make them up, not counting
the valuable time consumed.
60 doz Ladles' Muslin Chomlsoi, S3o each.
H) doz Ladles' Cambria Chemlsos, 37Ko oaoli.
M doz Ladles' Muslin Drawers, So por pair.
fpO doz Ladles' Cambric Drawers. 87Hio pr pair.
300 doz Hamburg Trimmed Night ltobos, V3o
(Second floor; toko tho olovator.)
WOODWARD ii LOTIIROl'.
Co I'M' t Department.
Light and clustlo materials, yot firm
mul strong, correct shapo nntl of u
graceful curve In front nnd over tho
I ilps, Is what should constltuo n Corset.
Having given special nttonlloii to our
selections for tho coming soason, wo
can safely assert that wo liavo a stock
wherein all of tho nbovo requisites uro
coiitnlncil, nnd nt prices compatible
with the qualities nnd stylos, Qur Cor
tcts begin nt SOo side steels, cmbrol
ilereil bust, 6 clasps In front,
"It. & 0," I'lno .lean Corsets, host bono,
.ldo steeN, perfectly shupud una nicely An
id.cd, 75o per pair.
(Second floor back; tnko tho olovator.)
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
X nd Ion' Hosiery.
Our customers will no doubt bo glal
to leant that wu luvo succecdoil In ob
taining anothcrspoclullnvoicaof tboso
excellent French Llslo Thread Hose, In
Mack nnd colors, doublo heel and toe,
which wo nro enabled to offer at tho
Mine low price, namely, 07)(Jo. per
pair. Rightly belong at BOe.
WOODWARD & LOTIIROl'.
llill' llleni'lii'il ninwIIiiH.
Wo think tho merits of thoso goods
liavo been wholly underestimated.
That they will outwoar tho bleached
goods Is not denied, from tho fact that
llmo used In tho full bleached goods
is upt to wear tlio warp Into "silts."
Half Illeachod Muslins rccelvollttlo or
nono of this llmo, nnd yet after two
or tlueo washings bocoma as white ns
tlio bleached goods and outwoar them
two to one,
SO-lnch, 10, 11 nnd I'Jlljo: B-l, lOo; H-lnoli,
1JJo (an off width mul hard to got); U-l Shoot
ing, Sic; IOl, do., onio.
(Third floors tnko tho olovntor.)
IWOODW'AHD &, LOTllltOl'.
Thero aro somo things so good that
nobody expects to sco thorn better. So
with tho Jersey. Ono, particularly, Is
of Impofled stookbiotto, olojeantly
trimmed with wide hcrouloe braid, at
Second floor book; tako tho elevator.)
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Boston Dry Goods Houso
oxr, ritjoj; oxiiY,
tllil I'ciui. Ave. Ol l Street
Tho Smith Court-Mnrtlttt to Ba
GROUNDS FOR REHEARING.
Jlr. Lamm's Order for tlm Kufnrcomont
r it ritiituto
OP INTEREST TO CLAIM AaENT3
Tho President mado tho following np
N. 11. Union, to bo Superintendent nt
Public lliilldlngsnt Toledo, Ohio. Mr.llaeoli
Is 1111 architect of high standing In Northern
Ohio, nml n lirollicr-ln-luw of .Mr. Clcve
latitl. A Journalist's Appolntmont Mr.
Worllilngton C. Fowl, nppolntcil chief of
tho statistical bureau of tlio Stato Depart
ment, Is n well known llrooklynjourimllst.
Ilo has cntercil upon tlio discharge of his
A Pacific Railroad Order. Tho Treas
ury Department Is about to Issue an order
based on Second Comptroller Maynanl's
decision, appl)lng tho samo rulo to tho
earnings of utiMibsldizcd portions of tho
l'nclllc Railroad as to tho subsldlzoil por
tions. Tho Wnrnor Compromlao. Congress
man Warner of Ohio reached tho city yes
terday to look nftcr tho interests of his com
promise Blivcr bill and eomoOhlo posl
ofllccs. Ilo believes u compromlso bill for
tlio suspension of tlio colnago of standard
dollars will become n law.
Tho Railway Postal Borvlco. Second
Assistant l'osttuastcr-Ucncral Knott lias re
turned to the cltyf 1 om an Inspection of tho
Railway Postal Service, of tho West. Ilo
found everything In a satisfactory condition
and tlio employes, ns a rulo, capablo, In
telligent nud well equipped for their work.
An Afflicted Oillclal. Mr. Fowler, tho
chief of tho Appointment Division of tlio
Postofllco Department, has tho sympathy of
his many friends In tho sickness of his
eldest eon, who is sulTcrlng from conges
tion of tho lungs, and Is very low to-day;
while Robert w. Fowler, Ids seventeen-year-old
son, Is In bed with an attack nt
Inspection of Training Gulps. Com
inodoio W. Scott Schley, who Is now in
lloston, will go thenco to Newport,
R. I., whoro ho will bo joined next Tuesday
J. Train, lo Inspect tlio training ships to de
termine tho repairs needed before tlio sailing
vessels can go on tho proposed winter's
cuilso to U10 southward.
Roturnlnrj to Homo. Dr. (Icorgo M.
Sternberg, major V. 8. A., has been or
dered to Italy as a representative of this
Government at tho International Sanitary
Conference at Rome. Dr. Sternberg took
an active and Important pait in tlio pro
ceedings of tho previous session nnd lias
since been making scientific experiments at
Johns Hopkins University.
Tho Contrncts nil Right. Indian
Commissioner Atkins says that of tho re
port that tho Government will loso 20 per
cent, on the purchase of cows by tho omis
sion of a saving claueo in recent beet con
tracts Is luocrrcct. Tlio fcchcdulo Is part
of tho contract and makes valid any omis
sion Inadvertently made lu tlio latter. The
UoMTiimcnt will loso nothing.
A Chango of Ribbon. Commodoro
Schley, chief of tlio Rurcnu of Equipment
and Recruiting, lias changed tho sill; ribbon
used for tlio navy good-conduct badge by
putting a narrow strlpo of bluolutlio centro
of the broad central ono of scarlet. This
ebanco was made at tlio request of tho olll
clals of tho Military Order of tho Loyal
Legion, whoso ribbon Is tho samo as tlio one
A Statuto to bo Enforcod. Secretary
Lntnar to-day sent a letter to Commissioner
Sparks of tho General LondOfllcc, Instruct
ing him to sco that tho section of tho Sat
utes referring to tlio prosecution of claims
before IhoDepattmcnt must bo enforced. No
ex-olllclal or employo can engage in such
prosecution whoso appointment Is subse
quent to July 1, 13?.', and who has not
been out ot tho servlco two years or more.
A Ship Captain's Pardon. Tito com
mlttco representing tlio Philadelphia marl
tlmo exchange, who caino to Washington a
few days ago to iutcrccdo with tho Presi
dent lu behalf of Captain Nathaniel Percy,
ot tho ship Standard, who was sentenced
to ono mouth's Imprisonment nnd to pay a
lino of J,"iO for alleged cruelty to a sailor,
wcro notified yesterday that their appeal
hud been successful, and It is expected that
Captain Percy will bo liberated this
Tlio Marquotto Lands. Tho Sccrotary
ot tho Interior has overruled tho doclslon ot
tho Commissioner of tho Land Ofllco, which
Involves tho possession of sovornl million
dollars' woith ot laud lu tho Marquotto dis
trict, Michigan. Tlio Secretary holds that
tlio nrivato entries and locations aro not
void, hut voidable only for want of notlco
of restoration; that tho pre-emptions aro not
admlsbtblo upon tho lauds, and that tho pri
vate entries may bo submitted to tlio board
ot cqultablo adjudication upon tlio llllug
within sixty days of petitions by tho parties
Tho Autruata Surprlso. Tlio Augusta,
Mo., postofllco fight has been settled by tho
selection ot a man heretofore uulic.ird ot In
tho contest and unknown to tho few Maluo
men who aro In this city. Lemuel II, Fow
ler Is tlio compromise candidate selected.
-Mr. Fowler Is a merchant nnd ox-Mayor ot
Augusta, a gentleman ot high standing lu
tlio community, and not an actlvo partisan.
Colonel Morton paid a secret visit to AVnsli
Inglon a few days ago, and it Is understood,
mado no objection to tho appointment of
Fowler. It Is rumored that Colonel Mor
ton may become deputy postmaster. WIillo
tlio President did not appoint Mr. Morton
lo succeed Mr. Mauley us postmaster at
Augusta, Mo., It Is known that Mr. Fowler,
who was appointed to that ofllco, was
named by Mr. Morton.
Pnymattoi-Gonoral Smith's CU33.
Secietniy Whitney this morning directed
Col. Remoy, Judgo-ndvocato-goneral of tho
navy, to notify Iho members of tho naval
coutt-martlal Unit recently tried Paymas-ter-Gpicral
Joseph A. Smith to roennvuno
MuuJa, ".nxt at 11 a. m. nt tlio Navy De
partmiiit to reconsider tho finding of tlio
couit. It Is bolloved at Iho Department
that tho Secretary thinks tlio sentence loo
sovero. Mr, Jell Chandler, counsel for
l'nyinnsler-Gcueial Smith, says that hu has
no information as lo tho causo for recon
vening tlio emu I. Tho movement, ho says,
oilglmiles with tlio prosecution or tho See
retuiy, and Iho dcfcin-o are not lo Im ad
mitted or advised. Ho complains of Hie
action ns iiuumiil and unin,t.
15r. Ilnmllton'o Uoaiff nation. Several
mouths ago Dr, J. n, Hamilton notified
Iho Piceldnit of his willingness to rclln
ijulkh his position as BiiporvWng Surgeon
(Icniiiil of tho Mailuo Hospital Servlco, to
toko effect Novunilwr I, It has boon sup
posed that the resignation will bo uccontotl
mid nu appolulinout mado from that ilato.
Dr, Hamilton and tho friends ot tho servlco
generally liavo been uuxlons to liavo tho
placo tilled by promotion, and Surgeon
Sloney has been regarded ns Iho ofllcer
lest entitled lo tho' position. Thero Is,
however, strong prcasuro for an appoint
ment fiom ontsldo tlio service, thero iiclng
nl out twenty candidates, and tho Vice
Fiesldeiit. and cx-Scnator McDonald oich
Inking a hnuil In the fight. In nutlclp.ttlou
of the acceptance of Dr, Hamilton's resig
nation, an order has been prepared continu
ing lit tn ns a surgeon nt iho Marino Hos
pital Service. Ho will bo assigned to Iho
siipcrlnlcndclicy ot tho Chicago hospital.
Clerks In Crowded Quarters. Thero
is L'lenl lack of room for tlio clerks In Hie
ofllco of Iho First Assistant Postmaster
General. They nto packed together like
snrdlnes lu a number of Iho rooms, nnd they
nro lo bo found at work nt desks In tho enr
lldors. Commencing with tho 1st of July
Marlnl's Hall was leaned by tho Depart
ment, tho Intention being to rcmovo ono
bundled nnd fifty clciks of the Sixth Audi
tor's ofllco thero nnd glvo Iho space thus
vacated to tho olllco of tho First Assistant,
This removal tins not been mado. It ap
pears lliat other divisions of tlio Depart
ment are nlso crowded, and tho Postmaster
General Is endeavoring to perfect a plan
by which tho rooms lo bo vacated can bo
most cqultnbly distributed.
Tho President's Callors. Tlio Presi
dent's cullers to-day Included Senators
Ransom nnd Colquitt; Representatives
Tucker, Malson, Anderson, Warner nnd
I.nwlcr; James Ucthuno of Virginia; H. W.
Young of Knnsas; Alex, McMa.ster, Alder
man of tho Ninth Ward oflluftalo; Gov
ernor Mnrmnduke, Frank P. Illalr, A. P.
Vandcrpoel, I. K. O'llrlcu of MalnojGoorgo
V.. Chllds of Now York; John I.awsho of
California; Superintendent of Foreign
Mnlls Hell, John II. Clark, Jr., Rev. St.
Maury of Goshen, N. Y,; James K. Gray
bill of Now York; F. C. Ilalley ot Philadel
phia; Assistant Attorney-General .Maury,
General Davis, Jonathan U. Rover nnd n
committee from llaltlmoro;TlioinasSeiniues
of Now Orleans. Colonel Roger Jones and
Minor and Porsonal.
Senator Colquitt of Georgia Is in tho
General John 11. Clark, Clerk of tho House,
has taken n resldcnco In Georgetown.
Senator Ransom ot North Carolina was
nt the Tost Olllco Department to-day,
William A. Roberts of Wisconsin has
been appointed special agent of tho Land
Tho continued depreciation In tho price of
sliver has reduced tlio value of tho standard
dollar to Til 7-10 cents.
Secretary Lamar will probably dl.sposo of
Iho enso ot Indian Inspector Thomas of
Haltlmorc H1I3 evening.
Assistant Secretary Muldrow of tho In
tcilor Department returned to (ho city to
day. Ilo spent his leave of absence lu Mis:
Mr. Moitlmer A. Turner ot tlio Postofllco
Department went to Richmond to-day to
attend the funeral of Ids mother, who has
Captain Filler of tho Interior Department
wntcii has returned from n month's vaca
tion which ho spent nl his homo in Penii
sjlvnnla. F.x-Stato Senator James MdGrath ot St.
Louis Is said to bcry ronlldcnt of his ap
pointment ns Supcivlsliig Architect ot tho
Major James R. I.lndsoy of Pennsylva
nia has been appointed pinperty clerk of
tho Patent Olllco. Ho Is from tho samo
placo as Assistant Secretary Jcnks.
Comptroller Durham Is 6ald to liavo in
his possession a letter from Mr. Fessendcn,
clci I; ot tho Alabama Court, written In 181,
statlugthat tho services of a disbursing
clerk wcio unnecessary. A disbursing
clerk hns continued, however, to draw a
salary ntU,0(lO per annum.
Tin: aiimi'axu A'Arr.
Notes of Interest to the, Service 1'iom
nil Alnns; tin. Line.
Hospital Stewart Frederick P. Muff, at
Foit Gaston, Cal., hns been granted six
Lieutenant John M. Cunningham, Nine
teenth Infantry, nt Fort Clark, Texas, has
been granted ono month's leave.
Captain Henry 8. Turrill, assistant sur
geon, will go 011 icavo Sunday from Fort
McKinucy, Wyoming, for twelvo days.
Sergeant George II. Wnlte, 11, Fourteenth
Infantry, has been granted two months'
furlough from Vuncouvro Uarracks from
First Lieutenant James R. Richards,
adjutant Fourth Cavalry, has boon granted
0110 month's leave by General Crook, with
permission to apply for 0110 month's ex
tension. First Lieutenant Fred W. Foster, Fifth
Cavalry, now at Fort Reno. Indian Terri
tory, has been granted leavu for a mouth,
lo tnko olTcct nssoon as ho can bo spared
from his post.
Prlvato Theodora Mueller, Troop F, Sec
ond Cavalry, Is granted thrco months' fur
lough, with permission to go abroad. Ho
Is now at Fort Leavenworth, and on return
ing will rcpoit nt Jefferson liurracks,
Lieutenant-Colonel lleruard J, D. Irwlu,
surgeon, was ordered by General Crook,
Septembers, to Sim Francisco for consulta
tion with Colonel Hasll Norrls, medical
director of the Division of the Piicillc.
Major Alfred T, Smith. Seventh Infantry,
will bo president, nnd Lieutenant William
J. AVukeinan, assistant surgeon, Judge-itd-vocalo
ot a court-marital, which Is to con
veno September L'l at Fott Washakie, Wy
oming. Tho Department of tho Dakota seems to
bo leading tho other departments lu rlllo
shooting. In tlio recent contest nt Fort
Siiclllng It scoured a majority of plaeos on
tho division team, and nt the end of July
4(17 ofllcers and men had qualified as "sharp
shooters" for this target year.
Gcncrnl O. O. Howard returned to Omaha
last Monday from his trip to tho Yellow
stone, with his son, Mr. John Howard, who
accidentally shot himself two weeks ago in
tlio Yellowstone Park, and by Captain
William C. Shannon, assistant surgeon, and
Lieutenant Guy Howaid, Twelfth Infantry,
aide-de-camp, nnd another sou. Mr. John
Howard Is reported ns convalescent from
Naval oulers: Naval Cadet S. W. Arml
slcad, ordered to duty at tho Royal Naval
Collcgo, Greenwich, England, for a course
otmuiliio ougliieerlng; Naval Cadet It, K.
Coontz, to proceed homo and regard hliu
s elf on Blck leave; Naval Cadet 1). W. Tay
lor, detached from tho l'eusacola uud or
dered to tho Royal Naval Collcgo, Green
wich, for tho couiso of mailuo" engineer
ing. Army orders! Lieutenant-Colonel C'hnilos
A. Reynolds, deputy qunitci master-general,
has been granted thrco months' sick leave;
Captain Henry J. Hayusworth, assistant
quartei master, Is relieved fiom duty at Now
Yoilc and ordered to follovo Captain Joshua
W. Jacobs, assistant qiiuitormastcr, at Hot
Springs, Ark., October I. Captain
Jacobs, on being relieved, will ro
poit for duty nt Atlanta, (la.
Captain Robert H. Montgomery, Fifth
Cavalry, Is oulcrcd to Inspect horses pur
chased at St, Louis by Major Charles W,
Foster, qtiatlennaster; thlrtv-thrco lecrults
aro nidered to Iho Fifth Infantry; First
Lieutenant Homer W. Wheeler, Fifth Cav
alry, Is granted four mouths' leave from
Fort Riley, Kansas, to tako uffoet when his
ten lees can bospaied.
-- - . .
(ovrriior Nt. .lob 11 In Town.
KxGovmior SI. John of Kansas, who Is
In Iho city, was qullo brisk to-day. Ho
mou'd llrst lu tho Whlto House mul Ihun
In the Postofllco Department, spending
half 1111 liutir with the President and Hourly
nu hour at the other place . A friend of his
said to a Ciiitic loporteri "Tho old
man Is Just humping himself. Ilo Is
hcio after some of tho Republican olllco
holders lu Kuusns who lu their offensive
putlleuushlp liuvo grossly abused him, Ilo
jnoves their ofl'eusiveness, too, nnd is got
llng 11 good many heads, especially nmong
tho Kuusns postmasters,"
A TlUANGULAIt mm.
Tho Gllvor Controversy In the
GENERAL WARNER'a VIEWS.
Ills I'lnii for Iho Issiik nf .Silver Certio
rates on 11 1 1 ill lion IIiisIh.
Congrossinnn AVurncr of Ohio, who
upcnt tome llmo In conference wllli
Treasurer Jordan ycstcrilny respecting
the provision of Ills proposed nllvcr
bill, snys that tliu contest In Congress
next winter will bo n Irlnngulnr 0110 be
tween the mono-incliilhls, the pnrlhnns
of tlio present coinage law nml tho
filemls of a eoinproinlse mcn9uro like
tho ono ho advocates, It Is clear that It
anything Is effected It must ho lu tlio nature
of 11 compromise. Any nttempt to adopt
tho policy advocated by tho Piesldent and
Secretary Manning a few months ago tlio
bale suspension of I lie silver colnago and
tho pincllcnl demonetization of silver ex
ccptnf tho amount nlrcidy coined must
result in n disastrous failure lu Congress.
"I think," says Mr, Warner, "that my
plan olTers tho only practical solution of
tho dlflleulty. Tho effect nt tho measure,
It udoptcd, lll bo to establish bhuctullsm
on n sound basis. Tho certificates Issued
will represent silver bullion nt Its true
value ns compared with gold. Thero will
bo 110 Influx of silver bullion trom abroad
for I'omcrslon Into coitlllcatos, because
they will bo based upon tho market valiio
of bullion lu London ami Now York which
governs prices everywhere.
"I would not object to glvlngllio ccrtl
calcs tho full legal tender quality, but in
order to avoid constitutional objection
which would bo raised against that, 1 pro
poso that they shall bo legal tender for
dues tonudfioiu tlio Government, except
In enscs where coin Is expressly required,
that they may constitute the lawful
money reservo nnd redemption fund of
national banks, nud that tho Secretary
ot tho Tiensury shall liavo tho option to re
deem them cither with bullion or lawful
money. The bill will provldo necessary
safeguards against tlio bullion ot silver by
pilvato holders or syndicates and tho certi
ficates of nny dale will represent tho mar
ket value of tho lmlllun deposited nt that
General Warner expects lo submit his
views lo Iho President nnd Secretary of tlio
Ticatury this week.
a uv.noniAL urr.xv.
Tho Consecration of I'lithcr O'jJiltllv.ui
ns lllslmp r Mobile.
Tho consecration ot tho Rev. Father
O' Sullivan, to bu Dlshop of .Mobile, will tako
jilncontSt. Peter's Church next Sunday,
Iho ceremony of consecration will bo per
foimcd by Iho Most Rev. James Glbb.ins,
archbishop of Baltimore, assisted by lit.
Rev. J. J. Kcan, Illshop of Richmond, ami
lit. Rov. II. P. Northrop, Illshop of Charles
ton. Rt. Rev. John Kalu, UUhop ot Wheel
ing, jvill preach.
Ihcro will bo quite an event lu Cathol
icism lu this oily, inasmuch ns Illshop
O'SKlllvan Is tho llrst bishop consocratod In
lids city. Another circumstance of inter
est Is that It Is 11 raio thing for 11 bishop to
Lo consecrated eutsido of n cathedral, This
Is done nt his own urgent request, lu order
to gratify the wishes nf his parlshoiicrs,
who are devotedly attached to him. Un
fortunately, they cannot all witness tho
ceremony, as tho church only seats about
RiiCO and the congregation numbers about
Tho clergy, of whom thero will bo about
sixty picsent, will form lu procession In tho
basement of the church and will march
through C street to Second and then enter
tho church by the main entrance, when tho
tcrvlccs will commence.
Tho music will bo of tho highest order nnd
under tho dlreclorselp of .Mr. F. II, Now
belscr of Mctzcrott it Co.'s of this city.
llaydcn's mass, No. II, will bo sung with
orchestral and organ aecompaluaincuts.
There will bo an nrchestmot twelvo plecos.
'iho solo parts in the mass will bo sus
tained by Misses N. T. Noounn, Rrncr
Rodeustcln, nnd Mrs. W. D. Allen, C. A.
Joyce, Mrs. W. F. Glbbln and .Mrs. A. S.
King, and Messrs. J. I.. Parkhurst, A. S.
Fcnnell, II. Ncff, John Nolan, Captain
llarilngton iiudMaglnls Koeekllug.
Theiowlll bo forty voices lu Iho chorus.
Tho names of tho chorus 1110 ns follows:
Soprano: Mrs. W. I). Allen, Hright,
Mulder, Dennett, llnrvcy, Mlsssos N. T.
Noonnn, Shield, Dyer, Kcllcy, Rodcnstelu,
Alto: Mrs. A. H. King, 51. C. allien, Alleo
Joyce, MlhS Nora Noonan, Kmma Miller, Km
mil Little, Carrie Wnher, Molllo banter, Aunle
Tenorl: A. L. Fcnnell, 1. 1.. Parkhurst, Jas.
Porn the, A. .1. Nc!Y, V. King, J. Allen, Henry
Jordan, .1. c. Woldman.
llassl: John Nolan, MiiRliilsKneelillng, Capt.
Harrington. .7. Muiulslcy, George lllley. A. !'.
Halt, C. II, Word, Itobert Paul, Ihigeue llarbcr.
Notus About Itesltleiitti ami Visitor. to
Commissioner Webb has left tho city for
a week's vacation.
Senator S:,blu has leased 11 handsome res
idence on Iowa Circle.
Mr. W. W, Corcoran has returned to his
homo In this city In Improved health.
Mr. John Laskoy nf tho Aqueduct ofllco
bus returned from Ids week's vacation aud
was at his desk this morning.
Mr. H. C. Saylcs of tho Kiigluccr llurcau
ot tho in my Is at his old homo at Jlrlstol,
11. 1., on a two weeks' leave.
Win. II. Frazler of this city has been
designated as mounted aid lo tho grand
inauhal of Iho Odd-Fellows parade In Bal
timore on tho "d.
Mrs. A. C. lhixtcr aud her sister, Miss
Rmma Mitchell, from Lima, Ohio, liavo
been In Iho city this week visiting their
cousin, Mr. Rmmct Smith ot the Army Kii
Miss llccca lluir ot this city lias boon the
guest ot Mrs. Merrltlchl nt Fulls Church
during tlio past week, and Miss Mary Ford
Is the guest of Miss Anna Auchmoody ot
tho samo place.
Four stage carpenters, accompanied by
Flunk Cooper, piess agent for li.utlcy
Campbell's attractions, nrilvcd lust night
from New York and commenced making
necessary alterations on tho Grand Opera
House stngo this morning for the presenta
tion of "Clio" Monday night.
Captain McLano Tllton, Marino Corps,
has been ordered hero as n member ot tho
special relltlng boaid, which convenes uoxt
week nt tho Nuvy Department. Ho Is so
woll known in Washington that his advent
will ho greeted with delight by 'many
people outsldoas noil as lu tho service, Ho
was Iho second ofllcer across tho works at
tho light In Corea and gathered lu two of
Iho Cnrean guidons,
General V. I). Groncr ot Virginia and
General Augur ut the aimy aro at tho Kb
bltt. V. M. Mayor, North Carolina, and J. It.
Dining and wife, Cleveland, ()., nro aiming
ice ent aiiivuls ut the .Metropolitan.
Lieutenant Hamilton Rowan, Second Ar
tillery, Is at the Khbltt House from New
Oilcans visiting Ids father, Vlco-Admlral
Stephen C. Rowan. Ho will bo hero until
Judge It. S. Drown and wife, West Ver
glnhi, accompanied by Miss Molllo Varner;
Mrs. W. II. II) do, San Francisco, accom
panied by her duughlcr, nud Dr. T. II. Sat
tcihlle, Louisville, are ut the National.
Sn.sATOU Pauiuii ot Michigan has been
prowling about Iho old homestead at Ash
foul, Conn,, where ho was born, nud has
shipped homo a huge number ot old house
hold idles, with which ho will All a log
cabin which holms built 011 his grounds ut
a xoTV.n ciwnumi.is.
Driillinrtbii lilglil Iti'sori'iul Henry C.
I.ny, Illshop of liasloii.
The Right Rev. Henry Clumpllu Lay, D.
D H. T. I)., LL, Dblshopof Ka.toti, M.I.,
rtkil yeslcrdny afternoon nt tlio Church
Heme lu Haltlmorc, Ho was taken III
about six months ago while delivering 11
course of lectures before tho General
'theological Seminary of New York. A
diopslcal affection, complicated with
l.cntt disease, was Iho cause of his iloalh.
Illshop I.ny was Iho son of Iho Into John
Ulmslcnd Lay, nml his mother was the
daughter of Georgo May nf Sterling, Din
wlddy County, Va. lie was born In Rich
mond, Vn., December 0, IM.), Ho gradu
ated with tlio degree nf A. M. at Iho Unl
veisltynf Virginia July I, ISI'J, and at tho
Vliglnla Theological Seminary lu 18 M. Ilo
was otdaliicd ilincim ot Alexandria July II),
if 111. Ho married, lu 1817, F.llz.ibcth
Wltheis Atkinson ot Sherwood, Lunenburg
Comity, Vn, lie then removed to Hunts
llle, Ala,, nud was ordained n priest July
'.', ISIS. lllshopJLay icuinlned rector of
Iho Church of tho Nativity, Huiitsvllle, un
til dieted to the episcopate as missionary
blshup of tho Southwest lu 1SV.I. During
the severance nf tlio North and South by
the civil war, ho was elected diocesan, No
vimbcrl, 1NW, ofilio "dloccso of Arkan
sas, lu the Confederate States of America."
At the Imitation of tho Illshop ot Georgia
ho consented to net ns missionary bishop to
the army nf tho Tennessee throughout the
siege of Atlanta nnd for somo tlmo thereaf
ter. In UCS ho attended tlio session of tlio
Gcneial Convention In Philadelphia, ns
missionary bishop of tho Southwest, and
wns declared to ho missionary bishop of
Aiknnens and purls adjacent, with Jurisdic
tion In Arkansas nnd the Indian Teirllorv.
'I bo Dloccso ofMnrjl.iiid having boon di
vided, nnd a new Sco of Kaston bavins been
cienltd out of nil that part lying east of tho
Chcsapeako Hay nud the Susquehanna
River, nnd Including what Is populaily
known as tho Rustcni Shore, lllsliop Liy
was elected diocesan, ami transferred to
Kaston, April 1, 1P(!9.
Ho received Ihodrgreo of 1). I). from
Ilolmrt College, New York, IS.",", and later
IhatotS. T. D from William and Mary
College, Virginia. The degree nf LL. I).
wns conferred on him nnd other American
bishops lu attendance on the Lambeth Con
ference by the University of Cnmhrldgo lu
Illshop Lay had four children, Henry C.
J., a civil engineer, living In Colorado;
Gcoigc, a deacon In nu I'jilscopal church
In New York; Helrne, n student 111 tlio law
school of Columbia College, Now York,
nm,l Louisa, nu unmarried daughter 011 tho
vcigo of womanhood.
Tin: aorv.Kxon ok missoum.
General John h. .llurinadiilEo ut tlio
Among Iho distinguished sojourners lu
tho city Is Governor John S. Marmuduko of
Missouri. In talking with Tin; Ciiitic tho
Governor stated that matters portulnlng to
tho Statu government were now running
smoothly In Missouri. That there wcro
signs of turbulenco growing out of tho
labor strikes somo tlmo ago, but that no
dlstiiibaucc resulted, us labor nud capital
liavo begun to consult and reason with 0110
another, which Is tho best way to settle nil
such questions. Tho Governor visited tlio
several depailmeiils yesterday and called
upon rresiuuit Cleveland this morning.
110 wns accompanied uy iriuiK i. inair,
Jr., ot St. Louis, son of tlio late General
Dlnlr, whom the Governor Is Interested In
seeing appointed attorney for tho eastern
district nf Missouri. Tho political situa
tion aud character of numerous Mlssotitl
aspirants for Important olllces was also
During Ids visits hero Governor Marina
duko has met mi old nutagonlst in tlio per
son of General Allied "I'lcasantou, who
fought ngulnst him dining tho wur, and tho
two wcio seen to-day walking down tho
Aventio arm in arm. Not less Interesting
was tho meeting nf Governor Marmaduki)
nud General Prentice lit Chicago 11 short
llmo ago, The Governor was admiring tho
rcnllstlo painting, tho "Duttlo of Gettys
burg," when n "stranger approached him
nnd said: "Aro jou any relation to General
Mnrinadiike of Missouri V" "1 nm tho
man himself, sir." With this ho was pre
sented to n little mini, none other than
Prentice, against whom ho wns pitted In
the bnttlc-sceno which lay beforo them.
General Marmadtiko wns tlio recipient of
numerous culls last ovculng aud will lcavo
for the West to-nlftht.
A Terrible Crime.
Nr.w Ihuiroiiii, Mass., Sept. IS. Georgo
A. Phillips, colored, was arrested yesterday
cfternooii on a charge of Improper
Intimacy with his 10-year-old daughter,
Ida. Phillips has Just served a ten years'
fintcnco In tho Slate prison fur having com
mitted the sumo olVcnso with an older
JUddlchersor Dues TVnt Surrender.
Richmond, Sept. 18, Tho Alexandria
Gazette, huvlng announced that Senator
Rlddlebergcr had said ho bellovod Fitzhugh
Leo would bo the next Governor of Vir
ginia, Rlddlebergcr has telegraphed hero
that it was wholly false, ami a Ho out nf tlio
tVhero 3Ir. Vitas Will" ItcHidc.
Postmaster-General Vilas has rented for
a year tho furnished residence on M street
near Thomas Chcle, formerly occupied by
Senator Sabln. A pint of the fitrnlturo Is
a largo part nf tho library of Rov. Dr.
Newman and many of tho articles that ho
collected lu his tour around tho world,
:urs. nobciiii iicit'H win.
Tho Hill of Roberta Dell, ftled
to-day, after making somo per
sonal bequests, leaves tho rcslduo of her
estate to her husband, C. J, Doll,
lu trust, one-half to go to himself and tho
other lo her two daughters. Tho ostato Is
valued at about $107,000.
visTiuvT aorv.nxiiKXv xinvs.
Matters of IulniTst Ciiiisldcrod by (bo
The Knglnecr Commissioner lias recom
mended that the following sowers bo laid:
In alley In squuro ?J.vi, Tenth street, bo
Mlssouil avenue ami D street northeast;
South Cuiollna ave., between 11th and Ittth
Diiildlng penults liavo been granted to
Jcsslo Shrlevo to erect three dwellings on
Sixth street, between P and Q steels, which
will cost JT.OOll; 11. Tiimclty, erect two
dwellings on Twenty-second street, between
K and L streets, 5,S00.
The Ticking; of tlio Clock.
Slight though tho ticking of n clock may
be, Us sudden cessation has a wonderful
influence upon tho Inmates ot a room tu
which tho tline-koeper Is located. A dim
realization of something wrong steals over
tho senses a feeling as It something of
valuo had been lost, or n friend had gone
away pcihaps nover to return, or as If
s oniu of Iho children were sick, until sud
denly ono looks up nud exclaims: "Why,
the clock's stopped I " And Immediately
the lll-dctlucd forebodings dissipate, the
little shadow of gloom melts away, und ns
tlio winding-up process la completed uud
Iho cheery ticking recommences, tlio
family circle regain Its wonted buoyancy
of spirits and the members wonder what ft
wns that made them feel so gloomy a few
moments befoic. Pittsburg Chronicle.
The Apple That live lilt.
Mr. Joe Kustcrlln exhibited to us a few
daj ago n rod fruit, which he called l'.vo's
apple. It Is called tho Apple ot Paradise,
nccoidlng to tradition, and has n bile on tho
bottom sido to comiiicmorato the grlpglven
to It by Kvc. Tho specimen wo saw showed
the Indentations of two Jaw and four front
teeth, It Is a queer thing. - .Montezuma
ON TUB MOVE AGAIN.
Rcoponlng of Truvel for tho Fall
I'linilliai- Nconoi Alonit tlm Avenue nml
Willi the return of uultimn Iconic the
fight-seeing stranger from every sec
tion of ttiu Union, For wlmt city of
these United HlnleHoircrsgrealei' attrac
tion!) ttinu Washington? The answer
Is none ! The public building. nml
llielr eontenlH Mono bring mini y ; our
beautiful nutttmtml eliiunle bring ninny
more, but Hie Haltlmorc As Ohio nnil
Pennsylvania railroads bring the greater
Get upon nn Avenue enr nny morn
ing iiowudnyH after (he arrival of a
train nnd seo bow Iho stranger jmur
lulu tho illy fiom north, south, cast aud
west. Kvcry train brings Its quota of
newly-wedded couples for Washington
has alwnis been n fuvorlto place for lioney-
nioniicrs. Observe Ihobrldoandi'iooni from
southern Maryland. Doth smiling nnd as
happy ns catbirds lu mulberry tlmo. Ho
doisn't say much, but keeps his eyes fust
incil upon her, nud Is perfectly oblivious
tothosticuk of soot ruuulii!' diagonally
neross her nose. Thrco times In one block
jie nsks her If slio's tired. Three times sho
nnswcis "no." Ho forgets to put his faro
In the box and Is only reminded that thero
nro others In existence upon this sublunary
sphere by tho driver, who, ringing himself
tiled trjlug to attract his attention, Anally
Inn Is out, "I say there, mister, can't you
leave her long enough to stick six cents
In this 'ero box?" This tiring hint to his
senses. They Anally lcavo tho ear nt Sev
Another passenger Is the tat man ot
English accent. All the way up tho Ave
nue lie Is IntcrWcwing tho driver as to tho
"best 'otels, you know, where a fellow can
get a good boiled hegg and a chops." Tho
driver, rather out ot sorts anyway, refers
him, rather tartly, to the Kbbltt, but deep
In his heart refert- him to another placo nut
half so cool and plcaant. Having settled
tho 'otel question tlio traveler touches upon
other topics, llo's glad to sco that we've
"hadoptid tho 'ansom, for hits a doocod
great convenience of n nawsty day, don't
von know. Then bo wants to know If tho
'liilrleentb Street Pension Ofllcn building Is
w hero Ibo 'ouses of Congress hassemble."
Another passenger hero nearly Jerks tlio
bell strap olT, shouts to the driver to stop,
and Anally reaches terra llrma after step
plug on all the passengers' toes and Jam
ming his umbrella Into tlio stomach of tho
fat War Department clerk on I1I3 way to
Iho ofllco. lie 1 from Rockingham County,
Va., and asked every one aboard tho cur If
they could tell him where to And "William
Wright's stoic William Wright as married
one ot the Stokuses of Rockingham." Ho
disappeared up Thirteenth street staring
nervously up nt the signs lu search of the
name of William Wright.
At Fouitccuth street 11 long-nosed woman,
with two redheaded children clinging to
her tkitts, n basket In ono hand, a carpel-
kr? fill ' rySJ-
lg In Hip oilier and a Jmir-nld baby neross
her shoulder, arose In 11 lerrllled manner
and Informed Ihe driwr in nasal accent
Hint she "did believe sho wins golu' the
w long way." She thought she wns going
Inwnidllio "Naval-Yard, where her slstir
Urn lived, whoso liuslianil was a carpenter
and used to llc down In Culpepper." It
wns Hie work of live minutes ucttbiK she
nml the joungslers IransferiLil To n Nivv
Yiitd rnr, while the Department clerks
nl (nml grew lesttcss nml looked repeatedly
nl their watches nsll o'clock diow near.
AITA1HS IX MV.XWlh
Outline of I'ri'sldent IlliitV Annual
Kl. Paso, Tiixab, Sept. IS. The unniiil
messngo of President Diaz to Congress I
very tamo nnd commonplace. It treats
tho settlement of tho debt as simply a mat
ter between the creditors and himself
Willi which Congress lias no concern uud
no business to meddle. Contrary lo public
expectation hu docs not recommend a laud
tax, nnd the question of making nu Income
of.tS."J,(KK),000 pny nn expenditure of JilV
UKI.MIO, ns Mitcd by the last session ot Con
gies", lo say nothing of tlio Interest nn the
proposed debt settlement, llnd no solution,
iho message, which Is very long, was
looked for wllhnioro than usual Interest
lu commercial, banking nnd railway clrclos.
Niiciilnincnts nro liiiido lu tho message
nu the operation of tlio now customs turllf.
nor does It discuss the situation lu regard
lo Hie luiliKs, these probably lieing reserved
for fiituie consideration. The predictions
for fiituie consideration. The predictions
mnde by the railway uud steamship Interests
Hint n renew id of too subsidies would bo
leeominended Is shown lo have been with
out foundation, consequently theso lu
leicsls felt disappointed. The mesago
opens by stating thut the attitude ussuiiiud
by .Mexico when President Darrlos ot
(luntcmnlu endeavored to accomplish tho
consolidation ot Iho live Central American
Republics had the approbation of nut only
ngicnt majority of tho Mexican people, but
ot the other nations Interested In seeing that
the undent right of conquest should not
pievnll. Tho iuossagocaiisesgre.it dls.ip-
While nil know Hint the President Is not n
very Intelligent man, It wns hoped that
there were brains enough lu his Cabinet to
propose somo plan which would relievo
Alcxlco fiom her entanglement. It spoke
In giuerul of Iho excellent relations which
Mexico cultivated with all lint Ions. With
lespect to tlio United States Mexico main
tained most cordial relations. The return
of Hie Democrat to power had mil occa
sioned nny variation in the political friend
ship between the count rlos. For this ron
ton It recommended the early consumma
tion of the extradition and coiiiniorcl.il
treaties which the Mexican Minister ut
.JCMIIOS UVllOW ItUATlt.
A Kucrillcc to Sato the l.lTo of tlm
ReiTAi.o, Sept. is. A. Halght, repre
senting Mr. Itanium, arrived hero yester
day 011 his way to London, Out., to Join the
circus. He said that tho truth about the
killing nf Jumbo on Tuesday evening had
not been published. After the show lu St.
'1 humus, Out., that evening, the driver
flaitul down tlio tracks with Jumbo mul
the baby elephant, Tom Thumb, to where
the Grand Iriink freight train was stand
ing. There aro a great many tracks at tint
point used In the switching ot cars
on tho Grand Tiunk air line, which there
Joins the main stem nf tho road. On 0110
side of the track was tho train union tho
nlhcr wns a sleep embankment. As tho
train camo around tlio curve Iho keeper
tiled to Induce Jumbo to go down tho em
bankment, but be would not, for what
reason was not nt llrst apparent. Tlio
baby elephant was In tho rear, and ns tho
train approached Jumbo began to bellow
and swing bis Hunk. The Ilttio elephant
seemed dazed, but did not gel out of tho
way. As tho engine was almost upon them
Jumbo raised on his bind legs ns though to
protect tho baby, nud then iiulck as thought
dropped down uud grabbed him in Ids trunk
ami hurled him w It li gieat force over all the
1 1 neks and against a freight car twenty
j arils awnv, wluro ho dropped down
whining like n puppy with 11 soro foot.
Jumbo, In saving the llfo of his Ilttio pro
tege, had entirely neglected his own ehaiico
lo escape. Tho locomntlvo struck him Willi
full force lu the side, crowding him ngulnst
ionic cars on the siding ncuiost him, and
fairly squeezing the lire nut 01 mm. When
they camo to tho end of tho switch the en
gine left tlio track, and with it Ave freight
cais that stood on tlio hiding.
Then there wns a sceuo never to bo for
gotten by those that witnessed It. The
mangled beast roared with pain, and tho
little elephant roared us loud ns he could tu
sjmpatliy. Tho crush was too ho.ivy to
lcavo any chnnco of recovery, and the by
stundcis could only wait for Jumbo's
death. It was not longed delayed, lu
three minutes lie lurueil over on Ills liacl;
(Und. It was found that tho baby elephant
had sustained 11 broken leg, and, ns there
was uo help for him, orders were given that
hobo put out uf his misery, which order
was caiiied Into cITcct yesterday afternoon.
'J'lip Xew Urtroll Minis
HiTl'Al.o, N. Y. Sept. IS. All tho details
nf the transfer of tho DuITnlo D.isclull Club
to tho Detroit management was completed
last night, and Richardson, While, Rowo
and Dinnthcrs left at midnight fur Detroit
to play in to-mui row's game against the
New forks. Their places hcio will bo Ailed
by some uf Iho Detroit nluu for the baliauce
01 the season. It Is learned nn good nu
thoilly that the Detroit nine lor next
yenr will bo composed as follows:
ut tho snhilles named. Dennett, catcher,
JS.OCO; Dnldttlu, pitcher, f'J.UOO; Drouthers,
llrst huso, j-l,(xni; Dunliip, second base,
iH.OflO; Richardson, short stop, $1,000;
White, thlid base, $!l,nuO; Wood, left Held,
$1,750; llaiilon. centre Held, ;W,000;
Thompson, right Held, $1,7."Q;
ltowe, catcher, $,1,MX); Weldnun,
pitcher, $1,750. Tho salaries ot tho man
agement aggregates $5,3T0 more, making a
tolul of i'M, 100. Manager Walking of tho
Dctroits says bo will liavo tho heaviest bat
ting ulno lu tho country next season, au.l
expects to nihlevo good results.
J.Viictied fin- it Heinous OIVciimo.
Km.icott Cm, Mn., Sept. IS. Nicholas
Snow den, the negro who was arrestod on
Satutday and lodged In Jail in this city for
committing n felonious assault on a colored
ihilil of 7 yeais, was taken from tall last
night between l'iiind 1 o'clock uud hanged
by 11 mob ot his own raco. Tho men broke
Into tho Jail, but so quietly was the whole
thing dune that It was not discovered until
0 o'clock this morning.
HisMAliK, Dak., Sept. 18. Charles Lat
llu and two other hunters were ruti over,
trampled under font and killed by a herd
ot bufTulo a few days ugo on the Missouri
Silver, SOO miles noituwost of bono. Tiioy
were pursuing the animals, when a storm
caused the herd lo turn and stunipodo In
the dhectlou uf the hunters, who were un
able to escape.
ItuinoiN of 11 (MMieiiil Strike.
omiiiv, Nun., Sept. 18. General Howard
claims to liavo lnfoimntlou Hint a general
st 1 Ike has been oidercd among tho track,
train uud shop men ou the Union Pucillc.
He says lie is ready to protect tlio road with
11,(1)0 men und seo that trains nro kept mov
ing, shops guarded nud Chinese inluor
The IVeek'h I'lllluii'K.
'iw Yoiik, Sept. 18. There wore one
bundled uud sevcuty-olght failures in Hie
I ultid States and Canada reported to R.
G I 'nun A Co., of the merouiitlle ugeuev
din Im; the week, as against two hundred
and lluee lust week and one hundred and
silj-llc the week previous to the last.
John Simjis was this morning sent to
Jail for one jem . less one day, tor assault
Lu. Roiiisiiiii.j.s wns held to day for the
croud jury 'a action for forging Afixaiidci
lluutei's iinuiu Ion note.
A GKAVK SITUATION.
Another Outbronk Asalnst tho
THE CELESTIALS GUARDED.
lKinoiilii,iM In Montana lllttm-
' cling I,, llrltlsh Columbia.
Ron; Simiimis, Wvo Sept. la. Kvcry
white miner nnd laborer nboiit tho mine
quit wnik yestciday. There has been no
disturbance, but the situation Is grave. Ther
scene of tlio massacre present a dark pic
ture, tlio Chinese nreupylng freight cam
nnd the troops camping near. Tlio tnlll
tnry orders are cautious," but will bo rigidly
ciifoicid If Ihcro Is any disorderly nttompt.
(lotcruor Wnrien arrived here yesterday
and met Chinese Consul lice and General
McCook. Wuireii was Joined nt Chovouno
by Government Directors Savage, l'laiina
nnd Alexander. 'Ihov met n committee of
wnrkliigmcii nnd began n private cuntor
ol'io. On (ho result of Iho conference de
pends the question of a general outbreak
nlongtlie Union Pncllle with the almost un
its (tillable concomitants of riot nml blood
shed. 'Iho future looks dubious.
Audio llciiiiiiislnilloiis Agnlnsl tin,
Cliliipsn In .Miiiilniui.
St. Pait, Minn., Sept. 18,-Acllvo demon
strations ngnliisl the Chlnoso have bogiui tu
.Montana. At Anaconda and Heloua an
edict went forth during Iho past week that
tlio Chinese must go. Circulars from tlm
Knights of Ijibor have Just been dlslrlhuleil
throughout Unite declaring that the pros
cm onf the Chinamen Is detrimental to tlm
best Interests nf the country and threaten
ing lo boycott nil persons who continue to
employ or furnish alii or support lo Clilna
1111 n alter tho 1st of October. Tho circular
nihls that the Chinese must go, "peacefully
If they will, but forcibly If need be." Them
are (til (hiniuneii in Iliitlo nud thev nru
much alarmed. The mass of tlm ulilin citi
..In I 'CI - .,.- . ..(.I. .11,
zens, however, favor a demand upon tlm
Governor forpreseivalloii of tho paaco ns
(iguliiBt nny violent nillon,
Worl.iiien In lliitlili Columbia I'cit
li'sllng AriiIusI Chi noio Labor.
Oitawa, O.vr., Sept. is Several meet
ings ot unemployed workmoit nt Victoria,
B. ('., bate been hold rccuutly to protest
ngulnst the employment of Chlnoso on llu
public works und lu fnctorles, nud It Is
fcatol it collision nny tako place at any
time between them and the Celestials. A
few days ago n inrgo body ot wlilto work
men mulched through the strectfl, lsltliig
nil the factoilesw here Chinese lire employe I,
and demanded that the Chinamen be dis
charged. Several of the employers prom
ised to comply, w Idle others refused to be
Intimidated Into making any such prom
Ci'iicral Ornnt'M Alleged I'refeieneo I'nr
Nuiv 1'iirlc as III", Iti'Htlng riauts
Nuv Yui'.ic, Sept. 18. I'.x-Seimtor Chaf
fee uf Colorado has Just gone homo aftor
spending some time in Now York, llcforo
leaving lie snld to 11 reporter: "The people
ot the country do not believe that New
York Is Iho pi opcr placo for General Grant's
tctnb, and they will not contribute money
fur tiio monument for that reason; believ
ing that the liurlul situ must be ultimately
changed. When Congress meets steps will
bo taken to obtain Mrs. Grant's consent to
the icmoviil to Washington. I don't think
It will lie haul lo get, nnd as soon as sho
docs consent, the change will bo mado nt
"Hut. what of the General's massage to
Colonel Fred, Indicating a preference for
New Yorl; "'
"All stuff, don't believe bo overwrote
such u message. 1 talked with tho General
on the subject beforo his death. Ho never
even so much ns mentioned New York.
Ills preferences were West Point, Washing
ton or Galena.''
TO-DAY'S YAC11V llACi:.
A (in,., Contest llutwecii tlio (loue.sta
anil (bo rortiuia
Ni:w Yoiik, Sept. IS. Captain Robert
Carter of tho Genesta says that Sir Richard
Sutton nnd Sir William Lovlugs said noth
ing during tho race, but watched Its pro
gress witp Inlorost. Denver-Webb and Cup
lulu Culler denounce the Puritan's action
in bearing down upon them as "sharp
practice," and sny that It would not bu
permuted 11 racing 111 i.ngiisn wators. nicy
think she tried to crowd them oil their
course. Mr. Tains of the regatta commit
tee and other prominent yachtsmen say that.
It wns fully to talk about sharp practice.
Captain Crocker "bore away" beeauso ho
held a windward position nud lu making
his couiso to tlio lightship he was abio to
Tho following are tho entries todato for
tho tilungulnr nice for cups ottered by Vlco
Cominndnre William P. Douglas ot tho New
York Yacht Club, to bo sallnl to-day:
fehiKiucrs Dduutloks, l'ortuna, Ghana,
Cutlers - Gcnostu, Iledouln, lloen, Isis,
Sloops Tint Is. Athlon. Oracle,
SvamHooi;, Sept. 18. The yachts cu
ti red for tho RciiiiottCup fur schooners ami
the Douglass Cud for single stickers assem
bled around the Scotland Lightship at 11
o'clock ready for the start. Tho wind was
west southwest and blew seventeen miles
an hour. Tho start was mado a follows:
Grayling, 11:10,', Gouc-tu IhllSW;
Grade, 11:14:10; Dauntless. IRHi'JO; For
tune, ll:ll:Ua; Athlon, 11.13:10; Clara,
11:10:20; Isls; ll:10::Ci; l)aphne,ll:10:3.".
Tho Fortune soon tool, tho load with tins
Genesta close astern.
2:15 p. m. The yachts still making for
second turning. Gcueata thought to bu
.llr. (luilMtniic'H 3i:iiillY'Nto.
Lumion, Sept. IS. Mr. Gladstone has
opened hl campaign by Issuing to tho elec
tors of Mld-Lothlau, a manifesto In which
lie Invites comparison ot the work done In
Parliament by tho Liberal and Cousorva
tito partlos respectively. Ho refers to tlm
act of Lord Rlpon, Viceroy of India, In con
ciliating tho natives of that country dining
tho Riisso-Afghan nlTalr, Ho admits tlm
Soudan campaign to have been a mistake.
He favors withdrawing all troops front
Fgypt. Ho favors reforms In Lords uud
Commons nnd the totnl abolition of prlnio
gcuituie. Ho bolloves lu justice to Ireland
whllo preserving tho unity ot tho em
TO ENGLAND IN SIX 1UVS.
Thero Is nn netlvo rovlvul of tho protect
to run a lino ot passenger steamers front
Mil ford Haven, lu Wales, across the Atlan
tic to Newfoundland, to transport the pas
sengers across Newfoundland by rail, and
lo convoy them thence to .New York by 11
connecting lino of steamers. It Is claimed
that by this route the uormal time of mak
log tho trip from Knglaml to Now York
would be only six days. The Great West
ern Rnllwav Company Is said to bo pre
pared tosufiserltie laigcly to the now enter
prise. (Governor Curtln Denounced.
PruMU in., Pt., Sept. 18. A sensation
w as 1 oiiMil at the letllilon of the 101st and
l(i:,it I'ciiusjlvaiilu Volunteers yesterday at
Sultshiirg. L. M. Truxell of Dubois, hi re
spoudiug to 1111 address (it woleuiue, dr
pounced e-(loveriior Curtln ns "tho only
public man lu the laud who did not Inuo a
uiuiil wind to s.iy for our old coniiiiuidei,
Giiiernl Grant." The spoaker add'l
'This man Curtln is on tho list of speakers
for lu day's reunion. I consider this as an
Instill to us all." The ex Governor, wli.i
bud Ih'cii announced to speak, falle I t
make Ids appearance,