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18TTT YEAll-WITOLE NO. 5,313.
WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1885.
JMUCE TWO CENTS.
Woodward & Lothuop.
TO WEAR NOW,
Ladies' and Men's Gloves,
Hosiery and Underwear for
early fall wear arc now ready
for your examination. Our
buyers, we think, have dis
played most excellent taste
and good judgment in se
lecting their respective
stocks.and we unhesitatingly
pronounce them, consider
ing their superior quality,
excellent finish and elegant
styles, the best values ever
our pleasure to display.
woomvAiii) & LOTitnoi.
l.mlirn' mid Children' I'nlt nnd
Having purchased this
stock during the depressed
state of the market this
summer, and previous to the
recent advance in wool we
can offer better values than
would otherwise be possible,
as we could not duplicate it
to-day at less than 5 to 7
per cent, advance. Notwith
standing the low prices at
which we have marked them,
customers will find we have
maintained throughout the
high excellence of quality
that was made a standard
us last season
Ladles' Jfodlum nnd lloavy-Welijlit Wlilto
Wcol Vest nml Pants, silk stitched mid
l'nll linn of rI7.ch rinil dualities In Ladles'
American Hosiery Co.'s Underwear.
I nil lino of VV. O. Medllcotts &. L'o's Ladles'
Wlilto Wool Vests nnd 1'uiits, full regular
made; elicnnt goods.
CI Udrcn's I'lno Merino Wool Vests, I'antc
lettcii and Drawers.
Mre, 18 ) B SI 91 .10 n nnd .11
irlco S8 SO S.1 85 !!S -10 41 n and Ho
I hll Iron's Heavy All-Wool Vests, Panto
Size, 18 tt) 22 21 2(1 21 M .1! nnd .11
Price. !' ft) 63 CO M 70 TS 80 and Mo
Ladles' All-Wool Scarlet Vests nnd 1'ants,
silk bound mid stitched, pearl button, only
SI '!' per Runncnt; sold lat season at SI 30.
, llojs' Heavy Merino Vests and l'.ints, clo
gont quality, Wo each.
(I Irst floor, midway, left sldov
W OOUWAltb & LOTHltOl'.
Our stock of these goods
was contracted for early in
the season and previous to
the advance in wool, which
enables us to offer values
which, if we had to buy the
goods to-day, would be im
possible. Customers will do
well to buy from this present
10-1 Wlillo Wool lllankcts, worth S3, only
il-i Wlilto Wool lllankcts, worth S-'.T3, only
11-1 All-wool lllnnkets, worth SO, only Si
10-1 All-wool bcorlct llluukcts, worth (i 30,
(Tlilnl floor: tako tho elevator)
For the want of much
needed room and to enlarge
this department, we have
moved it up on the second
iloor centre, and, having re
ceived our new goods, we
are displaying an exception
ally fine, large and varied
assortment of Ladies', Chil
dren's and Men's Handker
chiefs in an unusually at
tractive variety of elegant
styles at lower prices than
ever named before.
Children's Colored lloulcr All linen Hand
kciehlcfs at 3c, worth So; Be, worth k)4e, nnd
tjje. worth loe.
Ladles' All linen Colored Ilordcr Hem
stitched llnmlkcrchlcts, 10c, HHe, 13c, l"o
Jlcn's All linen, Wain Hem, Colored Ilor
t'trcd llandkci chiefs at 10 and UHi, worth 13
1 ndlcs' All-linen FancyCcntroIIcmsltltchod
lliuiukcichlefs, foiincrly sold for 23e, now
(bvcoiul floor: tnko thoolovntor.)
woodwaiiu iV Loniuor
Xi vv Ilintiiolilcii'il VlnimolN.
Any quantity of good
Flannels, White and Colored
Embroidered Flannels, All
over Embroidered Flannels.
Read the colors:
Hint k on cardinal, wlilto on cardinal, wlilto
pn light blue, cardinal on light blue, cardinal
on gray, black on gray, wliltu on medium
hluo. cudlnal on navy blue, light blue on
nai V Muc, light bluo on light blue.
Wo nlso deilro to attriu t attention to our
laigo nnd elegant lino of I'lulii Flannels, in
wlilto nnd red, which wo con truthfully say
me tlio best vnlues wo havo ovci offered.
H All-Wool bcarlct bhaker Flannel, oxtia
good value, only 250 jr jard,
I I While Wool shaker l'laimcl, excellent
(.utility. 23o per yard.
H All-Wool r-'eailot Twill Vlanncl, wortli
flic, only 25o per yard.
l-l lino .Medium-weight All wool Wlilto
iianuci, wo per yarn
rd llooi: tnko elevator.)
VVUUDVVAlill iS LUlllltlir.
1 landsome Wool Laces in
all the new shades, to match
Fall and Winter Dress
Goods, is the "novelty" of
2K Inch Hand made Wool Laces, now dark
colors and tream, lVo por laid,
I nnd 6 Inch -'1 and 2'Ju per mini.
'lliu latest andulso tin) cheapest thins In
(I.acol)ept 2d floor: tako elevator.)
woouwAiti) i. Laniitoi'.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Boston Dry Goods Houso
oxis I'lticr. oxiiV,
01 lViin. Axe. 01 l Htreot
The Chirgcs Against Caplsin Fara3Worth
NO PROTEST IN THE CASE.
The Monument Momoriil Tablets Placji
MORE TROOPSFOn WYOMING
Anollicr ."Movement for the I'lirdim of
tlio VoiniLTor 111 others.
To Provont Clilnoso Massacres. An
ollicr company of troops was to-day or
dcicd to tlio scene (it tlio Clilncso illfllciiltlcs
In Wyoming. This company will procccil
from Hock Springs, Wjoinlng, and will
mako thirteen companies on the scene.
Topping Off tho Pension Building.
The American flag was thrown to tho
breeze from tho apex of tlio center portion
of tlio Pension building to-day. Indicating
that tho topping off and finishing touches
were being given to tho exterior clovatlous.
In Behalf of John Roach. Mr. Vandcr
pocl, attorney tor John Koach, lias been In
tho city In consultation with Secretary
Whitney In rcfcrcnco to tho work on tho un
finished csscls. Tho result of their consul
tations will be mnilo Known In unofficial or
der. Tho Vlco-Prosldont's Doparturo.
VIcc-l'rcsIdcnt Hendricks left tho city on
tlio 0 n. in. train to-day for Philadelphia,
whence ho will go to Atlantic City. After
acouploof weeks' Btay thero ho will go to
his homo lu Indianapolis, and will bo ab
sent from tho city at least a month.
Exchanging; Money Ordors. On tho
1st of October noxt n direct oxchaugo ot
money ordcis will go Into operation be
tween tho United States and Japan under
tho provisions of a money-order convention
concluded for that purpose liy tho Postmaster-General
with tho postal authorities of
tlio latter country.
A Cruiser Apprnlsomont Board. Tho
Scciclary of tho Nuvy lias appointed n
tiouiil of naval officers, consisting of Cap
tains Matthows and Howson, Naval Con
structor Much and Chief Fnglncer
liakci, to oppralo tho valuo of
work and materials pcrfoimcd or sup
plied by John lioach on the cruisers Atlan
ln( llostou and Chicago.
Tho President's Lottor. VIco President
Hendricks declines to oxprcss any opinion
as lo tho President's civil scrvlco letter:
Senator Wado Hampton compliments tho
letter ns ablo and sincere; ox-Senator Mc
Donald saj s ho cordially endorses tho letter;
tho waiting ofllco seekers aro v ery much dis
couraged by tlio letter and as ono of them
stated, It struck them llko a wet blanket.
Work on tho S. W. and N. Building.
Work on tho west and central wings ot
tho State, War and Navy building Is pro
gressing much moro rapidly than was ex
pected and thero Is no doubt that tho ontlro
Lulldiiigwlllbo under loot beforo tho nil
Milt of severe weathcr,so that work on tho
Interior can bo pushed without Interrup
tion until completed.
A Crazy Correspondent. A aay
correspondent, signing himself "Henry N.
Kern, President-elect ot tho United States,
Phi). Dr., JI. D.; professor of military and
civil jurisprudence, National Military
Home, Vliglnia," has addressed letters to
tho President and members of tho Cabinet,
dispensing with their son ices after October
3, when ho villi himself nssumo contiol of
tho executive branch ot tlio (Jovcrnmcut.
Investigating Exponso Accounts.
I'lrst Auditor Chcnowcth Is considering au
account for $G00 for travelling expenses,
etc., for an agent of tho Coast Survey, who
was sent from hcio to San l'ranelsco to In
spict and condemn a small steam launch
which sold for J!5. Auditor Chcnowlth
thinks tho launch should have been Inspected
hy BOinoofliclal who would not havo been
required to travel tw Ice across thocoutlncut.
Mr. Cheuoweth is also engaged In Investigat
ing tho accounts of tho (Icologlcal Survey,
but a)g that at present ho has not conio
across any Irregularities.
Tho Troubles In Wyoming. Not
withstanding tha cheerful icports mailo by
General McCook concerning tho troubles
In tlio Wjomlng military district, army mon
in Washington attach some stgulllcauco to
tho fact that, wlillo tho original forco sent
to tlio sccno of tho llrst massacro of China
men w us six companies, six additional com
panies were nfterwaid sent out, then two
moro went out last week, and on Sunday
last still another company Company (J,
Twentv-flrst Infantry left Fort Sidney,
Neb., for tho sumo place. It l said that
those who can read between the lines of
tleneial Howard's department orders can
easily apprehend that still moro troops will
bo ordcied thero beforo perfect order is re
stored and pcaco securely established.
Tlio Farnavvorth Case. General Nel
son A. Miles, it Is stated, will officially lu
foim President Cleveland that Major Hcury
J. Paiuswortli, recently promoted from
captain Eighth Cavalry, showed cowardlco
In tho face of tho enemy on Nov ember fi,
1S71, when lie, then commanding n troop of
thlitj-llvo men, jumped on a little baud of
only twclvo Indians, who had with them
tluco while children, prisoners. Major
Farnsivorth "scatted" out fioni tlio light,
mid reached tlio nearest camp, twenty-two
uillisnw ay, moro than two hours ahead of
his orderly, w ho had follow oil his example.
Adjutant-General Drum said today that no
complaint ot cowardlco on tho part of Cap
tain Farnsivorth has been received, nor Is
oxpectcd. That such it protest should ho
mnilo by General Miles, ho sajs, Is Incied
Iblo. If General Miles hud possessed
knowledge that Captain l'arnsivorlli had
deseitcd his troop and lied beforo n band ot
Indians It was his duty to bring him to trial,
aud ho would bo culpable lu having failed
to do so. Noonicl.ll report of cowardice
on Captain Fiirusworth's part has over been
To Prevent "Tipping" Customs OHl
ccrs. Sciictary Manning his addressed to
Dlstilct Attorney Doishelmer a circular let
ter commenting upon complaints of pay
ments of mono) In connection with Inspec
tions of baggagu to Inspectors of customs
hy arriving passcngeis at Now Voik. Iho
letter concludes as follows: "I havo alluded
lo this condition of affairs lu New Vork lu
order fo osk vour aid and co-operation, us
tho c hlif Federal law officer ut that port, lu
putting an end to It. I bellovo Hut tho ex
uding Federal ciliulual law is adequate to
I ring al out tho in rest aud Imprisonment of
tlio irtil I y, whether piisuemrcis or customs
officials, If tho facts uroiis repies.ontod to
mo, If tho existing law shall ho found by
)ou tu I o liiailrnuute, I shall bo glad to re
cclvojour views thereon at au early d iy,
Hut meanwhile ui) dclre and hopo Is tint
)ou will, so fjr ns It may bo within )our
spbero of ofllilal Influence and control, tako
efficient steps to cause the nirest and pun
ishment, criminally, ot any mid every pis
scngcr, without regard tn social or political
liiflumce, whopa)s, or offers to piy, orot
any custom official who receive, any
money or Ihlng of valuo in connection with
tho customs examination, under tlio statute,
of nrilvlng boggagc."
Whereabouts of the Sllvor. Tlio Van
lie and Swataia, Government vessels with
silver coin fiom New Orleans for Washing
ton, anchored oft lllacklston's Island last
night, and was expected to pass Aloxan
nudrla aLoutU.110 this afternoon,
Tho Command of tho Washington
Yard. Tho Secretary of tho Navy is not
likely tn consider for some tlmo tho ques
tion of tho command of tho Washington
Nav)-Yard. Captain Wallaco will eon
tlnuo as acting commandant until Commo
dore Bcnimcs' successor Is designated.
Dr. Bnntoa Arrives. Dr. Julian It. San
tos ot Mar) land, whoso release from prison
In Guatemala was recently sccuicd by tho
Stato Department, arrived In this illy this
morning and called at tho Stato Depart
ment for tho purposo of securing
assistance in pressing n claim ot $100,001)
against tho Guatemalan Government.
Dr. Santos claims that his Imprisonment
was solely for purposes of blackmail, nnd
that ho was released onl) upon tho arrlv.il
of a United States man-of-war.
Tho Burgeon-Oonornlshlp. Tlio con
test tor tho Surgeon Generalship ot tho
Marino Hospital Scrvlco is still raging, and
Dr. Walling, ono of tho candidates, arrived
vestcrday. Tho Impression that nochango
Is to bo made is gaining strength, and tho
protests of tho medical and nautical press
aro thought to havo brought about tho
chango of purposo. At tho Wlilto Homo
to day it Is stated that tho President has not
)ct acted upon Dr. Hamilton's resignation,
although n report has been current that It
would bo declined.
In Behalf of tho Younger Brothers.
Ptoplo coming hero from the Northwest say
thero Is a decided movement on foot look
ing toward tho presentation to President
Clov eland of a petition for, tho pardon of
tho Younger brothers, who raided tho First
National Hank of Korthflcld, Minn., lu
187(1 nnd killed Cashier Haywood. It docs
uot)ct appear who Is shouldering tlio te
spouslhillty of tho management of tlio
movement, but tho chances of its speedy
success nro somewhat marrod by tho state
ment made by Colonel Lament to-day tint
the President dldnot)ct know that thero
wcio any such pcoplo as tho Younger
Tho Memorial Tablets. 1 ho contract
ors for placing about fifty memorial tabids
lu their positions in tho interior w nils of tlio
Washington Monument aro completing
their work. Tho stones havo all been riv
eted into their places, and tho work ot sur
rounding them with cement, etc., Is being
llnlshcd. Tlio stones nto all placed iu posi
tions over tho alternate stairway platforms
abov o tho ono hundred feet lev el lu the new
masomy. Tho preparations for tho work
of placing additional metallic tlu In tho
top of tho monument to protect It from
lightning aro progres-dng satisfactorily.
'1 ho lips arobcluguLitcdwlthirohl lu Phila
delphia, and will liev received in about two
weeks and placed lu position, when, It Is
claimed, It will bo almost Impo'stlilc for the
monument to bo Injured by lightning.
Minor and Personal
Seuator Pugh was ono of tlio callers nt
tho Intcrioi Dcpaitment to-day.
Tho Postmaster General to-day appointed
a few over a hundred postmasters of tho
lX-Congressman Stochslagcr ot Indiana,
(ho new Assistant Commissioner ot tho
General Land Ofllco, villi arrive lu this city
Ilia few da) s.
A ilefcctlvofluoundcr tho Internal-revenue
stamp vault In tlio Treasury caused some
smoko and somo excitement vestcrday
morning, but did no damage.
Illels were opened at tho Treasury Depart
ment cstcrday for painting at tho Iliircau
of Ihigravlngand Printing. Tlio lowest
bins were tnoso oi ii. vv i orsucrg and John
rut: Aiuir ano NAvr.
Notes of Interest to tlio Service l'roni
nil Alone tlio I.I no.
Lieutenant Fred W. Foster, Fifth Cav
air), has gone to Quiucy, III., ou loavo.
General Nelson A. Miles returned to Fort
Lcavcnwottli on Wednesday from Now
Commander CM. Sclioonmakcr will re
turn to the Norfolk Navy-Yard next week
Tlio family of Captain George Drown, U.
S. N will bo at tho Norfolk Navy-Yard
early In tho coming week,
Tho eight boilers of tho Alliance aro to
ho replaced hy new steel ones, w lilch w ere
manufactured at tho Navy-Yard here.
Lieutenant Klmoro F. Taggart, Sixth lu
fantrv, who Is on leave from Fort Douglas,
Salt LakoClty, is visiting at Fort Leaven
worth. Major George II. Itutton, Inspector Gen
eral, returned to Fort Leaveuwoith last
Monday from his official tour through Now
Lieutenant 11. 1). Splllmau, Seventh Cav
alry, has been granted ono mouth's leave,
as has also Lieutenant Cow rin Sage, Sev
Major Henry I). Freeman, captain,
Seventh Infantry, has been granted two
months' leave from October 1, from Fort
Captain Fiank I). Baldwin, Fifth Infantry,
ono of General Miles' biSt trusted lieuten
ants, left hero last night for his station at
Fort Carter, Montana.
Lieutenant John C. Waterman, Sovcnth
Cavalry, at Fort Totten, Dikota, is granted
two months' leavo from October l!i, with
permission to apply for ono month's exten
sion. First Lieutenant Thomas J. Clay, Tenth
Infantry, who has just been granted a sick
leave from Foil Union, Now Moxlco, is
visiting his hi other, Lieutenant C I). Clay,
Seventeenth Infantry, at Fort Lcavenivoitu.
First Lieutenant Guy E. Heeso, Fourth
Cavalry, with Troop C, was ordered 10
ccntly to tako station at Lang's lE.inchc, N,
M., under personal Instructions from Gen
eral Crook, who Is still lu tho Held lu Ari
zona. Gcneial Terry has authorized furloughs
for two mouths each to First Sergeant John
W, Harper, Company II, Twent)-flfth In
fantry, from Fort Meade, Dak.; Sergeant
Janus McCale, K, Fifth Iiifuutr), from
Fort Custer, Montana, and Private Henry
P, Hants, 1 , Sovcnth Cavalr).
Naval orders: Lieutenant It, M. G.
llrown, ordered to tho Norfolk Navy-Yard;
Lieutenant II. C Coffin, to tho receiving
ship Franklin; Lieutenant Hamilton Huteli
lns, detached from tho Vermont and or
dcied to the Now York Nav)-Yaul! F.uslgu
William G Ilanuum, from tho Franklin
audoideied to tho Vermont; Ensign Joseph
L. .Tii) no, from tho Galena and ordered to
Johns Hopkins University for scleutllle In
struction; Chiplalu Geoigo A. Ciauford,
giautcd six mouths' additional leave.
Mr. John F. King, a bulldci, swore out a
warrant at tlio Pollco Court this morning
against Thomas Wvnnc, Fiank Kcnessl,
John F. lt)der, .lames Callahan and
Morris lioach, grow lug nut of a labor trouble.
The) wero i barged with tho lareenv of a
trowel and a biush. Mr. King stated that
they came to his building on 'lw cutlet h st.,
Letweeu O and P streets, uud broke up tho
tools of tho men that wero left In tlio build
ing because somo of tho men working ou
tho building wero not union men,
Another IIiuiiIniihio Itt-nlitt-iii-i-,
II, L. Cummins will erect a lumUoino
resldenco ou K street, bctwien Seventeenth
and Eighteenth streets, which will cost
"Every man thinks his ow n goeso swans,"
and as long as ho is hippy In it why
shouldn't he 1
HILL l?01l FIRST PLAOB.
Hoswcll P. Flower Nominitai for
NO FIGHT OVER PLATFORM.
The New York DriiinrrtiH mi Appar
ently Happy l'liinlly.
Sau vroti , N. Y., Sept. S3. Tho sun
Diumo down brightly this morning
upon nppnrcnt hnnnony ninonj; the
Democratic coliortH nt 5'irntngn, Tho
county Dcinocrnls paraded tlio strccU
for two hottiH with banners nml music
The committee on resolutions vvns In
session most of tho night unil finally
agreed upon it clvll-scrvlco plank,
which (hey wero confident would not meet
with opposition In any quarter. This re
sult was largely duo to tlio pacific lullueuco
of Congressman Hcwctt nnd Perry Pel
mont, and tho plank ns agreed upon, Is
substantially tho same as that adopted in
tlio county convention, which recently
nominated Mr. llchnont. It approves the
priuclpio of tho clvll-scrvlco laws, but con
demns many of the rules and practices
which have giojvn up under tlicin, and be
como part of tho s)stcm as actually ad
mlnlsterdd, and which nro held to operate
unjustly and with partisan effect.
David II. IIIII of Klmlra, now Governor
of tho State of New York, was renominated
for that position by tho Democratic Stato
Com cntlon at Saratoga lato last night. An
effort was made by tho County Democracy
lo creato a stampedo tor A, 3. Hewitt but
the attempt fell Hat.
mil ri ow ru lTiisuADr.n.
Tho audience this morning Included tho
usual largo proportion of tlio gentler sex.
Tho delegates were lato In arriving. Al
though at a o'clock this morning Mr.
Flower authorised a posltlvo statement to
bo telegraphed that ho would not under
any circumstances accept tho nomination
for Lieutenant-Governor, ho was waited
upon this morning by a delegation repre
senting tho various New York city organi
zations nnd ltiged to reconsider his deter
mination. Messrs. Jacobs, Lowo, Hewitt
and Magono w ere among tho visiting dele
gation. At tho hour of opening tha con
vention It was tho general lmpiesslon tint
Mr. Flower would accept, purely In tho in
terest of tho party, however, ns ho ins made
n plain disinclination to tako tho olllcc, and
would consider that ho conferred moro ad
vantage upon tho party than ho received lu
nccceptlng tho place,
ix MEvtoitr or ou int.
Chairman ltalncs brought Ids gavel down
at noon, and called the convention to order,
lion. D.Cody llerrick, chairman of tho
committee ou lesolutlons, announced that
thocommlltco wero ready to present their
icpoit. lleforo tho icport was read, Chilr
inan Haines asked unanimous consent for
tho presentment of a special lesoliitlou. It
was granted, and ex-Coufcdeiato General
KogirA. Prjur, who was on tho platform,
was recognized by tho cliilr. He said: "I
hav o tho honor to submit tho follow lug reso
lution for the ncccpt.iueo of tho countr):
7,'ttofraMliit, with profound sorrow, tho
Democracy ot tho Mutoof Now York lament
tlii'duitli of tlio Inflexible pitrlot and Invhi
clblo Koldlci. Uljsses S. (Iiant applause, of
ho-olllntrloiis cartel they icciwilzul tho
litllmfiiowunnd eiiiisuminatlnn In hMdvIng
Invocation of peace and cood wilt botwecn
tho heroes holed and tho hcioes ho eon
qui n d. (Appl inse).
Tlio resolution was unanimously adopted,
every dclegato rising to his feet.
Tho platform was then read.
Ilia llrst elauso ot tho platform strongly
indorses tlio Adminlsti.itlou ot President
Cleveland. Tho platform asks for tho re
organization of tho Clvll-Servleo Commis
sion, so that Its members may bo in sympa
thy with tho Admlnisti.itlon.
'the convention believes that tho experi
ment of coining sllvei dollars lu tho hopo
of maintaining a llxcd ratio with gold has
gouo far enough ami cannot bo continued
farther without great danger to tho business
interests of tlio country ,
1 ho convention calls for a levlslon of tho
taillf upon tho pili.clplc of fairness to all
The platform was adopted without n dis
senting voice. Tho roll was then culled for
the nominations of candidates tor Lieutenant-Governor.
Griffith of Jefferson nom
inated Flower for Lieutenant-Governor
amid the wildest intliiislasm. It was pretty
well understood that Flower would tako
llllcy of Clinton nominated Hon. William
R. Smith of Plattsbuig for second place;
llinlck of Albany nominated Ma)or A.
Illeeckcr lliuk ot Alluui). Flouei's nom
ination was seconded by half a dozen,
llourl.o Cochran then nroo and mado n
strong speech tu his behalf,
Allother candidates having been with
drawn, Flow ci's nomination was undo by
acclamation. Tho County Democracy,
through Mr. Fellows, Indorsed tho nomina
tion of Hill and seconded that of Flower
amid wild cuthushiMii.
Itosciitli.il ot Momoo then nominated
Frederick Cook of ltochcster for Seeietary
of State. Pickaul of Montgomery nomi
nated Fdwaid Wcmplo foi Secretary of
btato amid tremendous enthusiasm. Fel
lows and Fccleslno of tho County Demo
ciacyand Irving Hall, lespectlvcly, sec
onded Cook's nomination for Secretary of
State. Tammany, through General Splnola,
Indorsed tho nomination of Cook, thcicby
unltlug New York city.
On motion, tho call of roll was suspended
and tho nomination ot Chaplii for comp
troller was made by acclamation.
Dennis O'llrlcn was renominated for at-torne)-gcueral.
'lho llrst roll-call for tho nomination ot
Secretary of fctate icsulted as follows:
Fred Cook of Monroe, -IK), cx-Congrcss-nnn
Wcmplo of Montgomery, IM. Cook
was declared tlio nominee of tho conven
tion, and his nomination was mado unani
mous. Tln l.uti'Nt t'liuili Arrival.
As tho 8 o'clock train from Now Yoik nr
rived attho IlaUlmoto it Potonuc depot
last night ono ot the pasacngors, a inlddlo
aged woman, of luthei icspectablo appear
ance, npproached Officer Lamb and asked
to be shown to tho Wlilto House, that she
had leen sent from Heaven to wait on
President Cleveland. Thooffleci took tho
woman in charge; In inlcnslblj taking tho
woman to tho Avhito Houso ronvcjod her
to the station, wheie sho gavo her name as
Lizzie F.sslg, and said sho was from Colum
bia, I ml Miowas placed lu a cell, and at
limes dm lug tho night appeared perfectly
sane, while at others sho becamowlld and
seieumedfoi tho Piestdcnt to protect her.
Mm wasH'iit to hcadqiutters lids morning,
bho will luuxamtiiidb) lho pollco biiigeoin
and prolmbl) sent to tho Insano As)lum.
Tin' ('online Hi'hnIoii.
John J. McF.lhone, tlio vctcun stenog
rapher ot tho House ot Representatives,
rcmaiked this morning that ho did not an
ticipate an unusual!) livel) session ot Cou
giess this winter. Kxpeiieneo has taught
lilm, ho sa)s, tli.it when theio Is so much
talk al out ono pail i oi another during
something foolish, both mo plated on tlieli
puuid against 6 doing. Mi Melllhouo In
eldentall) remiukeil that no ono need ex
pect much of mi) thing to bo done before tho
liollilais iiu.vwii), Mine, tho session com
mencing on Dcccmliir 7, thero will Inrdl)
lo more thm two weeks for tho appoint
mint and iiiguuUatluu ot committees before
A Hi ndh-iite'H Itiillillngi,
A s)iidicato of gentlemen took out a
permit to-day toeiect a block of twenty
two story brick dwellings ou Cleveland
street, between W and lloiindary sts, lho
cost Is estimated at f 17,000.
SOMUTlllXU AllOVV II A VS.
A Ciiupln Tluil Were Won on n Itnt
L'olnnel Morrison' I'luir.
Jniues JlcOrtilh of HI. Lout, who
n'plres to ho Supervising Architect of
the Tiensmy, while urn rounded liy n
parly of friends nfWIIliird's last night,
told how he nunc near getting u now
lint, ilicnp. Tho chango In tho weather
suggested it, snlil he. "My frlimtl,
John Finney, nml I were locked nrms
nnd wiilklng down Fifth street leisurely,
one nflcinonn, Just after lho Tlltlcn
cleitlon, nnd vvc stepped Into n well
know n hat store. In looking around,
wo dlscovi'icd sevcr.tl hoxes, hem lug
on ranis lied lo each ono of Ihein the
names of several prominent eltlzcns. Said I
to lho proprietor, 'What's all this?' 'Oh,'
said he, 'John Daly Is pa) lug his election
bets.' A happy thought struck us. Finney
and I gently removed tho covers ot several
of tho boxes and tried on tho hats lilt wo
got n fit a piece, and put our old hats lu tho
loxis Instead. Wo then continued our
wall; down tlio street, nud, strango lo say,
Ilia llrst man wo met was Daly, whoic
marked, 'Ain't )ou two fellers puttln' on
n great deal of stylo vvld ) or new hats. I
think jou'd belter wet 'cm.' Llttlo did ho
dream that ho had furnished them tiles
himself. Wo refreshed ourselves at tho
nearest bar, and tn this day I have never
heard n word from Daly, or from his politi
cal friends, about our old lints. Hut let mo
till )ou, tho hatter afterwards told ino that
the hats wogot and thought wcio now were
two of n lot of Dal)'s old ones ho had sent
down nnd had renovated and fixed up and
was sending out In neat boxes in pajiuent
of his election bets."
Fx-Stato Senator Hancr of Illinois, n per
sonal friend of Congressman Morrison, who
adheres In a great measure to his natlva
language was at lids juncture Induced to
tell why Colonel Morrison alnnys crosses
tho Mississippi Illvcr In order to reach his
homo nt Waterloo, III. Said lie: "Of I
voro dot plug hat oud homo dcy would
shoot Id off my head. Vy Morrison years a
plug bat here, put veil ho goes homo ho
would not dato to do so. Ho nlwavs goes
(list by St. Louis and leaves It inlt Gucrlus,
gets his old slouch oil, deu comes over homo
to Vatci loo mid looks ) list llko v ono of us."
lliiM'liull Inlk- TorTi-lti'it (Inimi Claimed
Vroni New in k llo.it liifrItucliiLr.
'lho Newark hid four games to pliy
here, three icgular nnd a postponed one.
The lain on Tuesday prevented ono of tho
four being pla)ed, and, as they had nu ex
hibition game airaugcd with tneClnclnnitis
at Ncwaik to da), tlioy would not stay, but
left last night for home. Manager Seanlan
n)n that hu will claim thogimo thatshould
havo been pla)id to-da)
F.vcry time that llarr went to tlio hat )cs
tciday, Caev of the Newaiks worked over
to farccntio Held and rubbed his hands ns
much ns losi), "heio's my chincc." In
two Innings llarr was caught out by Casey
Fitlmci's foul catch jestenlay was a lino
one. Fiilnier Is a haul working phver and
nlwnvspla)s foi nil ho Ii worth. Ho N a
plucky man and nover fusses over trifle,
to when ho was really hint )esterday ho
received tho s)inpathy of all.
Up to tho sixth Inning )cstciday tho
New arks had not mado a b iso hit. A gen
tleman in tlio grand stand turned to li
friend nnd remarked: "You talk about ) our
'Allcntov.n Terror;' what's tho matter with
tho 'Washington Terror V" Hair was nt
his vcr) best.
'lho game to-day with tho Loulsvllles will
bonlluo exhibition. Meckel Is with tho
Loulsvllles, and Heikcrls probably tho best
nll-nround plavcr In this country. Ho plnjs
any position, from pitcher out, nnd.n hen ho
occupies tho box It Is seldom tint Ids club
loses n game. Tun Ciiitio stated several
months ago that tho Loulsv illo management
had bettei lctthobalaucoof their pla) era go,
as Heckcr was a nlno In himself. Thoe
wishing good scats had. better go early to
avoid tho crowd,
lho scores )csterd.iy wero National
Newark, 11 too, Provldcneo-Chlcago,tl to
.1; St. Louls-Hoston, 0 to I; Now ork
lluffalo, U to 3; St. Louls-Urooklyu, 0 lo J;
Metropolitan-Cincinnati, fi to 'J; Athletlo
Loulsvlllc, 4 to 1: llaltlmoio-l'lttslmrg, I
to2; Detroit-Philadelphia, b to 3.
Jack White ot lho Analostaus has loaned
bmlthsou his single, and If tho boat suits
him nnd I rigged right, Snilthsou will row
for tho Holtziinn price. It was exceed
ingly kind on lho part of White, and will
bo fully iippiechtcd by tho friends of
Smlthsou 'lho latter has been very anxious
to row tu the coming raco, but had the inls
fortuno to break his boat all to pieces, only
n short time ago, and tho time Is too short
lu which to get another built. Ills tho In
tention of the Washlngtous to offer n slnglo
shell for competition nt their fair aud
Smlthsou will probably bo n contestnut.
liaclng at lliighton nnd Louisville to-dny.
At Hrlghton the Adds aro not qulto as largo
as usual, but still largo enough to make
picking difficult. For (ho llrst race, Wins
ton or Kleber should win. Tho former
seems to bo Just coining Into form. For the
6eeond race, cither Joo 8. or Fcllowpla) ;
third lace, Ulghtllsht or Tom Martin; fourth
race, Lcmau or Llttlo Dan; llfth race, Hairy
Mann or Odette.
At Louisville, first race, Gleaner; socond
race, .Monogram or bllpalong; third raco,
Kccno; fouith race, Sir Joseph; fifth race,
A XAVAL OVVW1UVS SU1CWIU
lliu Clrt iimstauri's of tlio Dentil of
lho death of Commodore Alexander A.
Scninie, which occurred la6t Tuesday at
Hamilton, In Loudoun County, Va., Is said
to havo been a stileldo. It is stated that
Just after his in i luil at Hamilton, a little
mine than tiro weeks ago, ho iccclvcd u
pistol shot hi tho abdomen, from which
peritonitis resulted, and that flnalli, In tho
agonies ot his certain dlsolutlon, ho left his
bed during tho temporary absenco of Mis.
Simuics, ami, procuring u convenient razor,
hla'hcd hlsthioat to such au effect tint
when his wife letunieil u few moments
latir sho found him just d)lng, and ho
lived hut a few moments niuie. Ho was
vcrv despondent for iavs beforo his death.
T'lio fuueial took placo from tho Nav-)-Yurd
this morning, when tho remains wero
iseortcd b) a battalion of marines and blue
jackets to t'liilst Church, on G street south
east, w hero Itcv. Charles I. Andiews, D.
1)., officiated 'lho rcinulns wcio tempo
rarll) placid Is tho receiving vault at the
nu: smith oasi:.
1 1n, Injunction Ahki'it li l'uj miiHtur
(ii'iieinl hinlth ItcfiHcd.
Tho Court In General Term this morning
made shoit work nt tho case ot Fa) master
Genual James A. Smith, U. 8. Nav). Upon
tho convening of the court Chlcf-Jii'tlco
Caittci headed oft ail) further nigutucut b)
saving that tho couit was unanimous In
their Judgment that the) ought not to In
terveno lu interfering with tlio couit
inaitlal. 'lliu fciipicmn Court li.nl said with em
phasis that the) had not thatpowei, nelthei
had the Miprcmo C'uiiit, In coming to this
(otuliislnn the couit did not eutei Into tho
coiisldeiatiou ot the merits ot tlio caso.
Mi tluiidlcr liengyl an appeal and wilt
of error to tlio Supremo Court ot tho United
States, buth of which wero granted.
'Inn robberies icpoiled to da) wcio
l'ntilek Dowd, of n hllvci watch, and Mis
M. C. Lev), buffalo loho. Dcleettvo it iff
has ai rested Samuel Smith, colored, for
tho latter robbei)
A l ITT1 r. colored nun named John Wash
ington was charged lu tho Pollco Court to
ihi) with thrashing Ids 'JW-pouud wife. Tho
charge was dismissed.
Tho Rapid Transit Mon of tho Public
ALWAYS ON THE JUMP.
Tlndr Vlslli Appii'i luted 1J thn Sort of
I. ('tiers llifl) 111 lliu.
Tho illy lellcr-cnirleiV vlslls nro
gcnernlly welcome, (hough ns n rule,
llko meleors, they nro vciy shott Imsl
ncssltku nffalrs. No comes, nml linrdly
Is his lucscnco lenllcd hcfoio he Is
gone. AVo nro better ncqunlnlcd vvllh
the back of his head thnu we nro with
ON HIS IIOL'MM,
his face. Walch the leltci-cirilei ntul
lliu policeman going In the h unci illicc
tion. The letter man vv III pass the cop
like mi express train 'passing nn ovei
loadcd canal-boat with n Initio mule. Tho
lettcr-cairlcr Is never seen tr)lng, like tho
policeman, to prop up a lamp-post, for un
der tho weight of stuff that ho Is compelled
to lug around from morning until night it
Is all ho can do to hold himself up. Yet ho
doesn't complain. Ho doesn't havo tlmo to
complain, for he Is kept on tho hop, skip
nnd jump constantly. And if ho over gets
tlmo during tho da) to stop nnd tako a
chew of tobacco ho considers It a genuine
holiday. He Is alwa)s a busy, lutnl-worKcd
man Nono of tho little side-shows nnd
pleasures cnJo)cd by others enter Into his
weary life. Ho I denied tho happiness of
standing on a sticct corner and watching a
dog-fight. Never Is ho permitted lo stop to
seen circus procession. Never lias ho tho
leisure to watch a slgu-palntcr hang a new
sign. It is not for him to enjoy tho patent
soup man's lectura ou tho street earner,
norc.iii he, with his multitudinous duties,
tnir) long enough to sco tho horsn-car
diivcrgcthls balky horse to move. These
and a hundred other luevpeuslvo pleasures
of Ufa are denied tho poor letter-carrier.
And how often tho cruel funny man ot
tho newspaper gets oft his llttlo Joko about
"ilclajcd malls," and talks of tho lcttei
cairlcr leaning upon tho wlndow-slll aud
lETrTIO or TIIK St VI
carr) lug on a delightful convcrs itlon with
tho pretty brunette of (1 street. And all
this, too, In fuco of tho fact that It tho letter-carrier
stops long enough to say "nlco
day, Isu't It'' lie's got to mako up for lost
time by walking extra fast for tho next
And how often ho Is cruelly and wantonly
wronged, tool How often w o w rongfully
judge him by tho character of tho cplstlo ha
Innocently delivers us. If ho hands us a
letter containing a chock, wo seo In his face
something truly angelic, aud ho seems out
ot placo w Ithout a halo around his head and
a couple of wings sticking out ot his
shoulders. It ho dcllvcis an ordinary busi
ness letter thero is nothing In his looks to
distinguish him from nu oulluniv business
mau attending to his duty, Hut It tho un
fortunato fellow hands us au envelope with
a startling adveitlsemcut ou It and contain
ing a polite uoto asking a settlement ot a
hi 1. thero Issomethlnird sairrceablo in his an
pcarauce; audit ho walks In and slapsdown
a llttlo )cllow, cheap-looking envelope, ad
drctsed in led ink, that wo know contains a
an iMVHiiivir nn I BT-iioi .
I aim notice, then time is about his mouth
a sinister expression, and Ids whole appear
iiuco somehow or other icuiiuds jnu ot
Miphlstonheles Hut he's u trump, and
ought toliavo his pa) lulsed nil tho same.
A Massachusetts bo) has neither nrms nor
legs, Ills paients aro beset bv liudlords
who offer to i tut n houso to them ut low
nn: iinr.Mi ur.PAinv.n. i
I lie Wnlcr to lie 1 iirncil On I hU llion
Iiil; ns Itsiuil,
Tho lnol.cn 3d Inch water mnlii was suc
cessfully lepalred last evening about II
o'clock. 'I lie break was repaired hy placing
thrco largo sheets of lead over the hole and
then n shut ot 1-Inch boiler Iron which hid
tern curvid nt Ilia Nnvy-Ynid toeonfonu
wlththcsurfacootthnplpe. 'I his was nil held
In placo h) four wrought Iron bands drawn
tight wllh bolts. Captain Svinons super
intended tho Job nnd was well pleicd with
lho loMilt The prcssiiro ou thn milii
where lho break occurred Is nbout twenty
pounds to tho square Inch. Had It broken
a short dlstalito below, nt the foot of tho
hill. Ihodaniago would hue been greater,
ns tlio picssuto there Is sevenly pounds to
Lieutenant Tow iifhcnd of tho llnglnecr's
office stntcd to n Cumt reporter this after
noon t tilt t lho water would bo distributed
through tho city ns usual somo tlmo this
livening. When tlio 30 Inch main, which
feids tho lower level", broke, tho valves
In tho mains were opened nnd
cut off sons to let n portion of tho water
from tho "0-Inch main lulotlieso pipes 'lho
woik of nutting tho valves lu their pre
vious ((.million wns begun this afternoon,
'lliis explains why pcoplo could not uu
derstnud why they did not get tho usual
stippl) after the main was icpnlrcil.
1'i'iit tllliitr-i About VVintiltiKlnnliiin mid
1'ioplo VA lio Ar ICniiwii llfit.
.lo-r.i'ii LAxnuisosof Virginia Is attho
- Iliiuvci: A. Tonnof St. Ignacc, Mich.,
Is at Wlllard's.
Jin. llvi, MiKKViii.r. will shortly make
a tour of Iluropc.
Mn. Ji'itts HosiTCot Noith Carolina
Is at the Metropolitan.
JmiiNM, CiniK Smith of tho Housu
has returned to the city.
Mimhti n Hums Ins icichcd Lima,
Peru, on his wii) to llollvli.
AvioMi)csteidav''s arrivals at Newport
wns Finiiels T. Howies of this city.
Mum. Cm ml j Pi v m: Is veiy 111 again at
her residence ou Thlrt)-second street.
F.x-CoiivtisioMut J. It. WnT wnsiegls
teitd vesterdu) at tlio Hotel Normaudle,
Miss.Irsmt: JoM-i. who has been onoot
tlio belles ut Klehllchl Springs, has leturucd
in ine euy.
LirtTIINANT-CoVIMiMII'Il IsiiC Hv
II tt, U S. N., has leuioved to the Hamil
Hon. A. V. Dockuiii, cx-L'nlted States
Consul to Leeds, lhig., is nt tho l'.bbltt, uc
rouinnlcd by his fnuill).
hTi'i'iii.s Ulcus of Now York, F. JI.
Ilanlwellof Hoton, and Georgn W. Hall of
Philadelphia nio at tho Nation il.
W.vi. Coi rvi vs, tlio florist, celebrated
tho tenth nnnlvirsaiy of Ids wedding nt the
club-house, on Cedar street, lu the county,
by n burliicuo,
Jin. Ciivuim W. Cooviiis, depirtment
mcvscngei of the I loiie, leaves this nftcr
iintiti foi a few weeks' vllt to St Louis
mid tho West,
C'OMMiMIIU IlcMti D. IIvvr.N JliV
ir.V li.i returned to tho eltv with his Tam
il) and Is at his home, nt No. 13(1 Nine
Jin. West, tho Ilritlsh Minister, and Ids
three daughters wero at tho Claicndou
Hotel, Now York, )cstcida), to leave for
Ciui.r F.viiMTit Hi.NitA Lni: Ssvnrit,
U. S, N., has gone to Pottsvllle, Pa., to
bring JIrs, 3n)der nml their baby back to
their Washington home.
Cii'Tilv P. T Doim of IhoPacillc JIall
Steamship Company, with .Mrs. Dorr and
their daughter, nro at tho Fbbitt House nml
will remain until Jlonda).
JIu. Jons Pisroiuo, who was lu tho
Police Court )cslcrday for keeping an un
licensed dog, Is not John Plstorlo, leader of
tho Dime Jlmcutu orchestra
C inns hi c been Issued for tho marrlago
ot JIIss Ida Lucas to .Mr. J. .Mitchell Iloux,
which will tako placo on Wednosdii), Octo
ber 7, at tho Fifth llapttst Church.
Colom I. Jons A. Jovcnof Georgetown
Heights has Just completed a lecture which
ho will deliver throughout tho country this
winter, opening nt Albaugh's Opera House.
JIu. Ohoikii; Fowi.kii, son of .Mr. 11.
C Fowler, appointment clerk of tho Post
office Department, Is l)lng seriously HI nt
ids residence. No. (lid II street southwest,
from congestion of tho lungs
C'oioM'i, Km nu inn Wnwrn Ins re
turned in excellent health aud spirits ,frotu
lho Indianapolis He union of Jlexlcan Vet
eran", whero ho was tho guest of Vlce
Picsldcut Hendricks nnd Govcmoi limy.
Stiincos IIoiiliit A. JtiitviioN, U. S.
N , will be married to Miss Ileatrlee, daugh
ter of General O. It Paul, ou Wednesday
evening, October 7, at the resldenco of her
parents, 1S01 F street. A reception will be
held from S to 10 o'clock.
Mu. Sthson HtTcinss, tho New
Hampshire statesman, returned to the city
this morning to resume his duties as editor
of the Washington I'od aud tu push for
ward numerous business enterprises lu
which ho Is Interested. 'lho summer at his
Island homo ou Lako Wiiincpesiukec, Ins
mado him as brown as u Puttawatomlo
chief, and ho is ns full of energy as a steam
engine In boots.
msTUWT aorimxMuxr xmvs
Mutter llcliifr Considered li) Ourl.ocnl
Commissioner Webb returned to tho city
to-day, after a week's nbsencc In New
T. I), ltedwny has protested to tho Com
missioners aL'iilnut tho extension of tho
public alley In square 'Jl and tho assess
incut to pa) for tho condemned ground.
John W. Dick, Georgo K. Jlooro and
others have called tho attention of tho
Commissioners to lho numerous petitions
to pave New Yoik avenue, between New
Jersoy nvcuuo and Seventh street uoith
west Ilcrsey Urothcrs of South llostou havo
uotilled tho Commissioners that thev havo
completed a ncwwatei meter which they
propose to lutroduio and which will be of
great uso to this clt) .
Notwltlrstanillng that to-da) was Fi Ida),
thero were penults issued from tho olllcc of
tho Inspector ot llulhlliigs for tho erection
offortv two dwellings. 'Ilio estimated cost
of Ihe liiipiovemeuts is $tkl,00U
Ilulldlng permits have been granted to
( bane) lllckox, toeiect n dwelling on G,
bitwicn Fourth nud Fifth, to cost $l,tVUi),
lhifl) A. Dver, elect two dwellings on II,
between Seventeenth and F.lghtcenth
streets, $10,000, hworuistead X llrullo),
erect nlno dwellings at Fourth
nnd D sheets northcist, $13,
IHK), II llrooks, elect two dwellings ou
(1, between Fouith and Fifth sheets north
west, 2'-?iX), W Ornkk, erect four dwcll
lugsou 0, between ihirtv-thiid auilThlit)
fourth stints, i,Mh John Sidles, erect
tlnce dwellings on Canal, between C and D
Mm ts south" i st, 5-1, ','00.
vity ii.n.n xoti:s.
lUitis of Minor 1 iiipm tmice Gleaned
l'roni lliu Couits.
Air T A Garner has been excused as n
grand juror nnd tho Marshal ordored to
summon n talesman to All the vacancy.
Mihsrs William A Fenwlek nud William
N, Dnltoii wero accepted to All vacancies
Jlarilago licenses havo been Issued as fol
lows: t. 1'. Gill of this lit) and Finm i J
llrown of lllchinond Count), Va ; s)lvcter
Joins and Annlo Hall, F.dwlu Johnson of
llaltlmoie, Mil , nud Kate Keudilek of
Lhnrles Count), Jld ; Andrew,! Mitchell
of Alexandria, Va , and Faniilo J M me of
Fairfax Count), n ; llobeit Coliiuin and
Jlur) 1.. Jlatlur.
A committee ot the strikers waitcil upon
Piisldent CIiImiIiii of the Cleveland Holllng
Mill Compaii) this morning to ludlico that
gciitknian to ciuplo) all strikers, no matter
what action the) had taken Ho has not
)ct made public Ids decision,
RUSSIA'S WAR SPIRIT.
Tlio Catir Proparod to Dofond His
Neighbors From Turlcoy.
IHTADY FOR AN EMEnOENOY.
St. l'liTi.isfliaito, Sept 2.". An In-tcui-cly
blllcr feeling ngalnst Turkey,
nrlslng from her opposition to tho Utit
gnrlnn Ihstern llnumulinu union, cxiiU
here, unil the old war spliit which s
characterized tho pcoplo nt lho out
break of hostilities between Htmli
nml Turkey Is ngnln ilomlnant. Thn
Czar Is snld lo bo determined to uphold tint
iinloiilictwicii llulgsrla and F.astcrn lloti
inella nt nil hnznrds. It Is sCml nlllclilly
stated Hint ho bus teleirraphiil urgent order
lo tho .Minister of War, directing him to
lirepnront onco plans for a campaign, and
have ever) thing in readiness for any emcr
genev that may arise from lho present Im
broglio hi nu Interview with n Central News
(oriitpoiident today, n certain prominent
llusslaii General nserlcd that thero would
not be the slightest doubt as to tho action
llussla would lako lu caso tho Sultan's
foreis should nttnek llulgnrlj.
"Such action,,' husnld, "would be tikon
nsn signal for n dielnintlonof war by Itus
slu ngalnst Turkey." "Tho Czar," liocou
tliiued, "Is emphatic lu Ids resolve tu slip
Itcttii'iilng Noiillii-i-n Itnttlr.rin;-.
Noi'Tii Wll.nii viiavi, Sept. Ui. 'Ihc mem
bers of tlio Twenty-seventh .Massichusetts
lliglmcnt, who have lu their possession two
flags vv tilth they captured during tho war hi
the camp of n Noi Hi Carolina regiment,
have for somo time been desirous of ru
tin nlng tlio banners to their rightful own
ers. Ono of tlio flags bears tlio Inxcrlii
lions, "Haw Illvcr Ho) s" ami "On to Vle
torv." It was captured in the desertml
ei mp of tlio Seventh North Carolina Ilczl
inent on tlio ihi) of tho baltlo of Newborn,
'lho Hag of tho Goldsboro' lllllcs, n com
paii) belonging to tlicsamo regiment, was
also sccuicd by numbers of tlio Twenty
K.'Miith. This flag bears the motto, "Vic
tory or Death," and was presentod to tint
Klllcs in April, ISlll, liy tho ladles of Golds
boro'. As no objection was mado at tho re
union ot tho .Massachusetts llcglmeiit hern
this week tho flags will bo sent to their
owneis lu a few di)s.
Ili'lltli ol (.'oIiIniiiIHi .llulil.
Tin NTox, N. J , Sept. 3". Goldsmith
.Maid, tho beautiful maro who was ouco
queen of tho turf, died nt tho Fashion Stud
Faun, neat this clt), Wednesday afternoon.
A post-mortem examination made )evter
day by tho veterinary surgeon and Dr W.
W. L. Philips show id tint the maiosuffeiel
from fatty degeneration and enlargement
of the heart fcho was tivcnt)-elght )oirs
old last JIii). Of many horses onco fi
mous on tho turf nud now ot tho stud farm,
sho wns tho most popular nnd best beloved,
nud there was a mourning when she passed
ana) among tho pcoplo ut tho farm iu
slnceiousnnv that could bo occasioned by
tho loss of n human friend. Her death re
moves n elt) nltracthm nlso, Visitors to
Trenton wero never niton cil to depart Willi
out n sight of the inaiu who lowered Hid
trottlug record to L'.H, thrilling by her
wonderful performance ever) lover ot
horses lu the world.
The SboolIiiLr of 4'oiiHtnlile .VilN.
Cu.i'MTU, V.I., Sept. Uo. Ucn Nulls, thn
lownhlp constable, who was shot In tha
Mrecton Wednesday night by an unknown
negro, whom ho attempted to arrest, Is
I)lngln n most critical condition, nnd tho
doctors attending him do not think that hu
can possibly rccov er. 1 ho negro Is thought
to havo gono towauls Albemarle County, ns
ho is said to havo been with somo lace horso
men who aro hero to attend tho fair. The
officers nud citizens generally aro on thn
lookout for tho would-be uiuidcrcr, ami
thev will probubl) run him down. Tho
f. l.fitlC tu CO l.rofll in flllnn.in. nn.lnb, .1...
fellow that it will bo bad foi hlui if he U
Jailed nt tills point. Nolls, tho wounded
man, has n brother Hi lug lu Alexandria,
and lho latter arrived here )cstcrdoy.
.Inilae I'leiullli; lo KcnIsii.
S vnt i IV, N jr , Sept. 25 United States
Territorial Judge William 11. Fleming,
Chief Justlco of New Jloxleo, will rcslyu
his ofllco within a few days on account of
Ill-health. Judgo Fleming has only held
his high ofllco a few mouths, and It was .
touching his unexpected appointment tint
President Cleveland Is said to have written
that legendar) scorching letter tn a certain
distinguished .Member ot Congress who
strongl) Indorsed Judge Fleming's applica
tion for appointment, and afterward ex
jii rsscd surprise that tho President should
havo mado tho appointment.
C t vinniLAM), Jin, Sept. 23 About
'J o'clock last night, wlillo Sheriff McMillan
wns absent from tho Jail, Peter llakcr and
Finamiel Johnson, prisoners, mado a des
perate attack on tho turnkey and broke
out of tho building, accompanied by Charles
llaker, Peter Krutzen, William V. Dye,
Daniel Davis and Henry Kennedy, (white),
aud Gertrude Sillers and John 'I houm,
An I'.xpoHltlou In PIUnIiiiix.
PitTsntlia, Pv., Sept. 23. Plans foi i
new nud cxtciislvo opposition building luvo
been completed, nud It Is uow au almost
assured certainty that thoenterpiiso will
to pushed to completion within tho uoxt
tw ho months, 'lho building will bo con
structed cutlrel) of iron and glass at a cost
Sureties l"or (lie Soi'lnllsts.
l.OMiov, t-cit 23- Mi. Hjiiduuu, tho
lircsfdcutof the Social Democratic Federa
tion, and Mrs Annlo Ilcsantluve been ac
cepter as sureties In tho appeal cases of tlm
Socialists arrested for obtruding traffic at
a leant Socialistic demonstration in tint
The Hinckley suit.
Ni w Yduk, Sept. 23. Tho suit of Kluck
le) against United States Civ ll-Servico Com
mlsslontr Doi man 11. Union was to luvo
coma up for argumeul to-day before Judge
Wallace, but It went over until to-inoirow
on account ot tho Judgo belug unwell
r.Imlrii lVnplf Mild.
F.i illii, N Y., Sept. 2.3 Tho Democrats
of this cit aro wild with delight ovei thn
nomination of their fellow citizen, David 11
Hill, and 100 gnus arc being llrcd lu honor
ot tho occasion
llllilm Hound lor Ills lloilic.
Puutumi, Onri.oN, Sept. 23. Illbbi, dm
defaultlui; postmaster, pis-eil tlirough hern
)esnerday, en route to Louisiana, in clurgit
of a postal agent
Itnpld 'rinuslt in Trxiis.
Colonel l'eicj Vi'igi'i hnd oiili'ied it
linsi) hecfstciik lie said lo the waller-.
"llurr) ui iluil bi'i'l-tcik I want to
catch the south hound tialuthat leaves
for r.in Antonio in luilf au hour "
1 si' putt) sine, boss," icplleil tlm
vvnltii, ' ilnt' do steak ain't gvvlnetor tn
be dune In time foi ile'Miut-liJtitlil tialn
Im t in Aiitonio, but )ou can get jour
hluik In time to catch the noif boiinil
ti.ilu what goes ter Dallas lu nn hour
nml a half " Tuus Sittings.
-Tho uirongenients for tho great 1.11.0
to-morrow bitwecu Cllugstouo nnd lUuv
W likes at Detroit nro nil completed
lu nucxeieUo trot this morning Cllugstoim
wiut tho last quarter In It jj seconds, a 2.11)