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l&TTt YEAR-WHOLE NO. 5,35
WASHINGTON, 3). C, T1IUUSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1885.
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Woodward & Lotiirop.
Men's Wear, "Remnants,"
One illustration of the
thousand and one ways
"Remnants," so-called, ac
cumulate is the tallowing:
A customer purchased H doa 1'. 1'.
V. Unlaundcrcd Hrcs Hhtrts, had
tlicm laundcrcil, and upon oxnmlnlng
tliem afterward discovered wo had
mndo n mlstnko nml given liltnono
shirt, sl?o 10, Instead of elo 11, Of
cuuno w o exchanged It, and now of
fcrlt nlrcady laundered nt 88o, Tins
regular prlco Is St. It I nbirgnlnlf
you wear this sire, namely, 10.
Wo nIo oner In tins dep.u tmont llio
following nllRlitly soiled gatmcnti! In
Jtcn's Underwear. Whllo wo would
not scjl them for freh goods, tlicio
Is no diminution In their soaring
nluo, and aro cry cheap at thoso
4 Starlet All wool Shirts, extra, quality,
vtnall iliiHud senms, silk front, polled and
slightly Imperfect, sUcs3l and 3J Inch; l Mil
lar pi ko ( i.
"ltcmnant" pilco 31 OJ
2 White Heavy Wool Wilrts, xllghtly soiled,
fine (lunllty. sire 40 Inch; regular prlco T"o.
"lleinnant" prlco 50o
1 Men's White All-wool Vmdorshlrt, duo
quality, silf fiont. llusslan liruld bound, po irl
buttons, size ti), slightly soiled; regular prlco
'"lleinnant" prlco , SI 21
1 pair Men's Ural) colored Drawers, good
heavy weight, well inado and finished, slight
ly soiled, biro .Which; regular prlco St.
"ltcmnant" prlco... 7."o
SpnhsJfen's llcnv y-w oIkM Merino Draw
ers, splnnlM quality, small scums, slightly
hollcd, sizes Sfl and II); regular prlco .."o.
"ltcmnant" Pi Ico OOo
"I(U1h" In I.lncii Jks'puitiiii-nt.
"Odd dozens" in Fine
Damask Napkins. These
comprise lines of which we
had Table Damask to match,
and where the lines become
sold until one or two dozens
lWdozfc-H Moatlied fin man I.lncn Damask
Napkin", lino quality, slightly (.oiled; regular
'ltcmnant" nrlco per dor.....SJ 00
1 doz 0-8 llluicbod Herman Linen Damask
Napkins, flno quallt) ; regular prlco per dozen
'"Hcmnnnl" prlco penloz....$! 23
ldoz J llleachod Herman Uncn Damask
Nnpklns, slightly soiled; regular prlco .per
dozen S 1.60. . ,
"Iteninaiit" prlco per doz.. ..3-! W
We have an unusual num
ber of very desirable Short
Lengths in Bleached, Un
bleached and Turkey Red
Table Damask, from 1 to
2,4 yds, at greatly reduced
or "Remnant" prices.
1ft "short lengths" of Itussla Crash and
Toweling, at greatly roluced or "ltcmnant"
1 0-4 Itaw bilk Table Cov or; regular prlco 3 1,
"ltcmnant" prlco ?! m
"Oild SIcm" In llonlcry.
If you cannot use these
sizes they are not cheap, if
you can they are bargains :
Sizes 5 and nvj 8 pair Children's 1'Ialn
llluck Cotton Ho-o, whlto heel and too, full
ligular; regular prlco 'JJc.
"Jtcinn ant" prlco 1 for S3o
fllzo 01 pairs Ladles' l'lno Cardinal Llslo
Uhrcnd Hose, doublo heel and too, tegular
"ltcmnant" prlco VT3o
HotiH0 pairs Ladles' bcal llrown Heavy
Cotton Hose, excellent qualltv; regular prlcu
"ltcmnant" pneo ),jo
MzesbU nml 7fi 1" pain Chit Iron's Vino
Illbtictl bilk ltoc In old gold, pliib and Nile,
legnlnr 1 rlco 73 nml Wo.
Itciniinul" prlco 50o
"Ul'.cl MI-M-k'' III lilll (SIOIPH,
Customers wearing the
small and large sizes are be
ginning to realize it pays
them to buy their Gloves on
Friday, "Remnant" Day, as
we can nearly always offer
them inducements in the way
of a lower price.
biro OH-1 pairs Lndlos' I but.Suodofllovcs,
lu modes; ligular pi leu SI SO,
"Itcmnunt" prlco 71a
blzo6 SpilisLadlos' I but. Kid (limes,
liulnrk oTcens and navy blue; regulai prlco
"llemnant" prlco SI 00
blzo eji 1 pair Ladloi' Unit. Dark Oiay
Kid Ulo es; rcgul ir prlio 31.70.
"l'einiiimt" pilco Sift)
r FI7C3 C'i and Wi3 p lira Ladles' 0 but. Itoil
Kid (iloes, lu tuns and brow in; regular prlcj
"lleinnant" prlco 51 Vi
Sizes- M4, 6i nml 0" "pairs Lidloi' i but
Dlaik bueilo (Iknes; logular price, St W
"ltcmnant" price SI J3
"U1I1I I.Iiich nnd SIo.V lu I.'.ullos'
Wo find wolnvo too rmny stjlo3of Li
dies' Collurj, and lu order to luduoo tho stoe't
nnd in a special Inducement to purelusoiM wo
piopoMito cull tho following stjloi "lie n
Hants," and elo'o them outuii 1'ilday, "Horn
nuut" Day, ill n sacrlllco:
btylo 01- Ladle i' Itolllng lldgo, all linen
Collar!", no cupe, sizes lift and U In; icgular
"lb ninant" pi Ico S for So
rfitylo" - Uidlei' Jlournlng Collars, -1 styles,
bl ci from l.' to 1 1 inch; leguhir prlco l'e
"ltcmnant" pilco 100
fctjlo 10-Impoili'd Kmbiiildciod Collar,
elzo ljv. Inch, riguhu prlco e
"liemnant" pili'e 10o
StyleST Uidlcs Ihemlsetto Collars, sloi
1!, JSl 1 auiil lilncli, iwular pilco J3e.
'.Kenmaiit" ptko lOo
f-tjlo 111 1 miles' l'laltodllohoniChomlsetto
Cellui 1 1 Inch nl ; icgular prlco J)o
"Lcmuniit lili.o 1 -,-iio
btjlo 7iv Indies' citleal btiliwl I'ciealo
Collais. tl7es Ji. lJi. II. llXiiiud 13 Inch, two
elHlcot)Ies, U'guhu pilco l.'Xjimd tile
"liemnuut piUo ilui J'.u
Customers will find this
the opportunity of a season,
which should in no wise be
missed. In the same depart
ment we offer "Remnants"
of Black Beaded Lace, from
1 to 5 yards, which we have
marked at half price,
"Remnants" in each and
every department. For
other attractions see Star
and Republican. Each dif
ferent. WOODWARD k LOTHROP,
Bohton Dry Goods House
ui i'iim'i: ovi.v.
tilU ! Nfroot
Now Naval Officer for
Port of Philadelphia.
Clerks Can Go Homo to Vota Willi Im
punity. SHERIDAN'S NEW AIDES.
Bcnleen and Blunt Said
to Havo Been
THE YANTIO AFLOAT.
Tii-nsiiiy Ai)nlntmrnt-Tlin Hostile
AiMcIit!"(loiiuritl mid l'orstiiiul.
Tho I'resldcnt to-ilny np)olutcd:
II, 11. riunimer to bo 11 inl olllcer of cus
toms In tho district of riilhidclphln, l'n.
Ucnjamlii It. Tate, collector of customs
for tho district of Now London, Conn,
i'ostmastcrs; M, l). Halter, unioniown,
l'a.: Mlts Caradora Clark, lllalr, Nob.: It.
W. Illll, .low ell, Kan.; 11. 8. AVacncr, llan-
?or, l'n.; J, (1. Hason, Icnsburgh, 1'ii.j
'. h. ItoRors,- l'leilmont, W. Va.; II. 1'.
Tnjlor, Viiltoii, Ky.
Tho Ynntlo Afloat. Tho tug Itcsctio
siiteccdcd last ulijht In diagglng tho Yantlc
Into deep water, whero bho camo to anchor.
Mio left for Norfolk about "itlO a'clock this
Awarded to 11 Wnshlnnton Mnn.
Tho coutiact for brick woik on tho public
building at Minneapolis, Minn., has bcou
awarded to W. A. Mcflownn of this city nt
Acting: Chief" Cloik. nuilug tho ab
sence of tho chief clcik of tho War Depart
ment, tho senior chief of division In tho
odlco of the Secretary of War, will here
after net as chief clerk.
Clorks Mny Voto. It Is understood
that 601110 nssurnnco Is to bo officially ulveii
that (loornuicut clerks who dcslro to use
tho too to which they are entitled In ijolng
home to otu w ill not bo in d 111301 of ha
lug their action questioned.
Lloutonnnt Budlong's Ro3lrnntlon.
Tho 1'iesldcnt lias accepted tho resigna
tion of First Lieutenant Altou II. Hud
long, Ninth Cauilry, to tako effect Jinn
nry 111, li:c0, nnd he Is granted lcao
until that date.
Yesterday's Lato Presidential Ap
polntmonta. 'llio following 1'icsldcntl.il
appointments wcro inado lato jostcrday
nfteruoon: Charles A. Zollinger, to bo pen
sion nrrnut at Indlsnanolls: William 11.
Shnffci, to bo rcccherof public moucjsat
r.Minston, Wjo.; Charles A. Cornell, to bo
iccelcr of public moneys at Del Norte,
Examining? Steol Works. The Sub
committee on 1'oillflcatlons of the House,
consisting of lleprcscntatlves llamlall, Hew
itt, Crisp, Illscock, Held and 1'liilps, liavo
been uotlllcd by tho clerk of tho llouso
Coiumlttco 011 Appropriations to meet In
lloston on Oclobei 1-, to cxnmlno Into the
capacll) of American stccbprodiiclng w orks,
foi which Congiess appropriated 15,000.
Trcastu-y Appolntmonts. It Is under
stood that Mi. Mcllnc, 0110 of tho oldest and
most cfllclcut cmplojcs of thoTicasurcr's
0 (lice, will resume his former position of
chief clerk, lco Valentino V. Snjdcr. It Is
also known that Auditor Chenowetli doalrcs
tho apiiolutiucnt of Mr. Ilildnlu, n new
chief of dhlslon In tho Currency Iluicau, ns
Deputy First Auditor.
Tho Uo3tllo Apach03. General Crook
lepoits that tho pursuit of tho hostile,
Apaches still continues. They liavo been
fenced out of tho mouutnfus but have stolen
ficsh lioiBCS and aio well mounted. Tho
men nro supposed to haro been killed In
the Chlrleahua Mountains by the Apichos
'llio hostile Indians passed Wilcox, Ari
zona, October II going north.
Sheridan's Now Aldos. It is under
stood that Captain llentecu, Ninth Cavalry,
and Cantalu lllunt, Ordnanco Dcinitinent.
have been designated by Uunorol Sheridan
ns bis new aides, and that tho announce
ment will bo inado October 10. 'lho salar
attached to tho brevet rank incidental to
this stall sen Ico is $-1,000, nearly twice tint
which the ofllccrs wouldothcrwlso receive.
Tho Disbarred Attorneys. Secretary
Liunar's oulei lu icgaril to cc-ofllclnla
pinctlclngbcfoio tho Depaitnicnt as attor
nejs Iscieatlng agrent deal of oxcltcincnt,
especially among the cx-ofllclals of tho
Laud OI1U.C. 'lho bccrotniy, howover, is
dctcrmlutd that the law shill bo onforcod
A hcthtr tho law applies to ex-emplojcs of
tho l'nteut Olllcc, Is 11 point 011 w hlcli he his
not jet lulcd.
Claims for Bounty. 'lho Acting Second
Comptroller has decided 11 question ns to
tho right of a laro class of oluiitccrs lu
the lato wai to bounty. Tho question was as
to lho light to bounty where the enlistment
was made after the older discontinuing en
listments was Issued, 'lho decision Is, tint
In all cases whcio Itls piovcd tint tho order
had not been receliel, or owln to tho con
dition of 11111II 01 telegraphic sen Ico could
not bine been uccled befojo tho enlist
ment was made, the recruit or hU heirs are
Btnivlntr American Illa3lonarlo3.
An iinolllelal uport lias reached tho United
btatcs minister at Lisbon that (1ft) persons
fiom this country, men, women mil elill
dieu, umlci thocaio of 11 bishop, rccoutl
landed on the west coast of Africa lu an ut
ttilj destitute condition, nnd became at onco
nrh.uge 011 tho local goerimieut of lien
putlii for food and eheltcr. According to
theli tliitcincnt, they wtio Methodist mls
etontules, bitine; At ilea to Instruct the
nnth cs In Chi Istliinlt) , ngrlciiltiii 0 mid tho
initlnnlnleiil nits, spiuu of them being
mechanics uuil supplnd with the tools of
their trade A tract of laud was giantud
tin in 011 which to make a peiiuiueut settle
Chlnomcn Who Lllto Maxlco. lho
consul of tho I'ultod titntes at tluajmas,
Mexico, Infoi ins lho Department of Stito
that tho statements inado lu rations nows
pnpcis that there tuo 11 lliousiud Clilii.iineu
lu his district, and lint tho sumo nro living
siiiieptltlousl) Ihtioduced Into the United
btatcs In continuuUon of tlu restriction act
of Congiess, nro untrue, u the totil numlier
of Clilii.iiiRii lu that consular dletrlct does
not ixcecd liTi, and these 1110 nenil) all o'li
plojid In shoo mid tiilhulii fietorics mid
lme no di the to leiiMi Hull present prollt
nbjo positions, 'Ihciuaio 1111 Chliiamcii ur
illiig there as 1 ulonUU lu tiauslt, h)
eti inner or utlieinlso.
Minor mid Parsomil
'Ihc tinusrci of Bllvci from tho buitiri
and Ynntlo is complete.
MUs II. II. I'nwell of Alkansis, a clerk
In tho ollleo of tho Ucglster uf llio I'ruiitiin.
died lact nl'bt. '
A statimciit prepared at the Treisury
Drpailniint luius tint the .imoiuit of
ttumliiid sllvtr dollars put tutu circulation
during the mouth of September was $2,700,
OCO. CotiRressmnii Mnhoney and .ludojo Norloti
of New York claim to lmo received an as
surancc from tho President of bis cordial
support of tho Now York Btito Democratic
'I lio now Jopincso Minister arrived In
llnlllmoro jcslcrday, and will remain tlicro
a week or two. lie Is nrcoiupinled by his
wife, who Is In dollcato health, and Ills en
27; AKilX ASlt SAW,
Notes of Jntrrcst to tho Hnrlco From
nil Aloiia till) Mnc.
Lieutenant William K. Crnlirlilll, Corps of
I'uKinccrn, has sick leao for a inontli.
I.lciileuant Alnnzo It. C'lmpln, assistant
Mirgtoti, Is granted ono mouth oxtcusioii of
First Lieutenant Altou II. Iliidlong. Ninth
Caaliy, has his leave extended until Jan.
Captain Charles A. If. MtCiiulcy, assist
aut quartermaster, has returned to Omaha
Lieutenant John V. Ituelnnnn. riflli Ar.
llllcry, has been granted onu month exten
sion of leave.
First Lleuteuuiit James H. Mellaril, Jr.,
Fourth Cavalry, Is granted two months'
extension of leave.
Contain Charles Ilendlro, First Cavaliy,
Is ordered beforo tho ltellrlng llotrd at
Lltiitcnrut (leorgo F.. Hago Fifth Artll
lery, Is detailed as military professor at Am
herst College, Muss.
Captain J. Scott Payne, Fifth Cavalry,
lias been ordered beforo the retiring board
at Fort Leavenworth.
l'ost Quartermaster Sergeant Hugh Conn,
at Fort .Mcintosh, Texas, Is erjtited four
mouths' furlough to go abroad.
flmcral James 8. lliisbln, llcutcmut
colonel Ninth Cavalry, has left Fort Nio
brara, Nebraska, on a short leave.
Contain John O. llourkc, 'Ihlrd Cavalry.
Is 01 di icd to report lu person to Uciicrai
Crook in Arizona, for special Indian duty.
l'ost Quartermaster Sergeant James A.
Fgati, at Fort lluachuca, Arizona, has been
granted four months' furlough 011 re-cullst-ment.
Messrs. I!oujhton and John 1'ope, sons
of Major-Oineral John Fope, aro rlslllug
Major Amos S. Kimball, U. S. A., at Van
Cleiiernl A. J. Smllh, formerly colonel of
tho Seventh Cavalry, and during the war
tho commander of the Sixteenth Corps, 13
now tho city auditor of St. Louis.
MaorIIcniy J. Farnsvvorth, iuspector
gcncral, icccntly appointed fiom ciptalu
l.lghth Cavalry, Is ordered to report hero to
urigjiuer-ucucrai ausaiom mini lor uilty
I Irst L!
1 Irst Lieutenant James IE. Mellaril, Jr.,
ljulniit Fourth Cavalry, has rellevod Lieu
limit U. L. Falsou, llist lutautiy, as 10
ulling ofllccr at Fort lluachuca, Arizona.
ciiilling ofllccr at Fort lluachuca, Arizona.
First Lieutenant Fdvvard llurr, Corps of
Fuglnccrs, lias reported for duty as engin
eer ouitcr 01 1110 jJcpiitmcui or 1110 Colum
bia. Ho was recently ou duty at Portland,
(leuernl Alexander Chambers, lieutenant
colonel Tvvcnty-llrst Infantrv, vvho Is on
sick leave, is at Oakland, Oil. Ills health
Isrcpoitcd to bo In a very precarious con
dition. Colonel Joseph C. lbcckonrldgc. Inspector-general,
has bo en detailed as lu-sjicctur-gcucral
of tho division of tho Mis
souil at Chicago. Ho Is now at I.oIugtou,
A general coint-martlal will convene
next Monday at vVillet's Point, N. Y., of
which Captain Philip M. Prlco will bo
president and Lloutcnaut Hem-) F,. Water
Mujoi Frank T. Dennett. Second Cavalry,
has been ordcicd to command Fort Kla
math, Ongou, relieving Major Lcsllo Smith,
Second Inl ant ry, who is oidcicd to com
mand Foit Tovvnscud, Washington Terri
tory. Lieutenant William Stephenson, assistant
fiiigeon, has been ordered fiom Fort Nlo
braiu, Nebraska, to dutj at ltock bnrlngs,
Wjoinlng, to relievo Captain Daniel U'cLsel,
assistant surgeon, vho is ordered hick to
his station at Foit Fred. Steele, Wyoming.
Mnjoi AVilll.im II, Hell, commissary, Is
oidcicd to perform tho duties of Captain F
F. Whitehead, ptiitlnslng commissary nt
Denvei, In addition to his present duties at
Cheyenne. Ho will ictalu station at
Cheyenne, making such Journcvs to Deliver
as 1110 necessary
Mis. William W. Mioadcs, wife of I.lcu-tcnaiit-Cnmuiaudcr
Ithoades of the James
tow 11; Mrs. liciuus C. Persons, wife of Sur
5 con l'crsons of tho Saratoga, and .Mrs,
umes II, tears, wife of Lieutenant Sens of
tho Portsmouth, nnlvcd at Norfolk Tues
day to await tho arrival of the training
squadion fiom Newport.
'Ihc following ofllccrs have been dotalled
to witness the delivery of Indian anuultv
coods at tho agencies specified : Ciptalu
Fdwlu M. Coates, Fourth Infantry, at l'lno
lildgo Agency, Dakota; Captain tlerhaul L.
Luhn, Fouith Infantry, Itoscbuil Ageuev,
Nebraska; Flret Lieutenant Leonard A.
Loverlng, Fourth Infantiy, Santco and
Flandiemi Agency, and Firnt Lieutenant
lilehaid D. 'lhomsou, Sixth
Fort Hall Agcnc), Wyoming
tii'i'nl Uii011 All Jtijrht.
A statement lu a coutcmpoi.uy this morn
ing that .Mr. A. D Ilazcn, Third Assistant
Postimistei-Ocnei il, was mlsslup;, tint
tlnco weeks ago ho left Washington foi a
ten da) s' vacation in l'ennsylv ant jaudlnsiiot
since been he ni d f 1 oiuhas caused considerable
anxiety among tho friends of that irontlc-
1111111. Dr. D. II. Ilazcn, a brothci of tho
lienerai, laugncu outiittnt uikii shown liv
Ciiitio reporter tho statement this
morning. "ou may say In rcsponc," )o-
piled the doctor, "that tliu (lencral Is visit
ing lelativesln New Jen cy and that his ar
rival homo has only been defcucd bv Ills
having a Jolly good lime. Ho will probibly
letuin to dnj."
(rnuil .lur. Indlcliiit'iitM.
Indlctnunts wcro picscntcd jesterday af
ttinoou by tho giaud Jury against the fol
lowing persons- Andrew Jackson and
Michael Cavanaiigh, housebreaking; Will
iam llson and James Temple, soeoud of
feiibc, petit l.ircciij; Autoulo Nordcllo,
nn is Michael lloss, alias Fiauk Koss, mur
der of (arinluo Itotunno, Win. T, (ii.ive,
iinbezlcmcnt, Chrrles Filc, liueenv, Jus
Mooie, assaulting ofllccr, John Citon,
larceny, Fiiima Johnsini, alius fepuiks, all is
tubman, laiccnv. The follovviiij cases
vvcie dl-mlhscd: Fiauk ltnlllns, huiue
1 re.il.lng, Itiibbcl 11. Lancaster, embcle
liitut; lltuigo Nortluldgc, Win N'oithrhUe
and Hemy Miulthles, lobboiy
ciu'riil (it-nli) utid 311m Uoetiw.
deiKinl F. F, llcale bus dclcrmlued to re
duce the lesponslblllty devolving upon him
In tnustijuenco of tho deep lutclest ho
tnkiB lu his famous stock farm, by broaklng
up lho liotrti buedliig ostiibllslimeut that
has so long formed a pint of tho business of
lho faun Ho Is, tlieicfore, offering for
sale nbniit n ilium brood nurcs, 'lhls sale,
luiwevci, will not include the (luieinl's en
tire horto stock by any means. Tho Anblau
ftulllon I eopanl, ouco owned by (Itinera!
(iiant, will icmahi among his bind til tho
NultN fur Hniunsi,s.
lho Columbia Hallway Company Imbued
the llalthuoro it Ohio llalproiul Comp my to
itcovii Sf0 for a lioreo and street-c.ir do
Minjeil at the H-strcet tnnslngi
(hilslimi Mnisehollv of (leorgetnvvu Ins
mil ted suit 011 the liwslde of tho court
iigaliist Fredeikk I. Monro of tliu suno
plaiii toucovtr W,()IX) ihimigis because of
tho erection of a manure mid phosphate
building mar his icsldeuce,
Hotter lor t!u TViirhrrn.
A majority of tho public school te.ichors
huve signed tho lolls at the reduced rates
and leeched their checks. The amount to
I 0 si ah d nil theli pay has been changed
from tl.'J per tent to J per cent,
lltiVJVIMi OTA) MVMOU1VS.
A x'nr Corrrspoiidinit who (jtmolc
in.itpil 11 U11I1111 (li'iiorul,
TI10 lcetnt publication of Mural Tlnl
sleml'o letter lo Secretary (Jln?o In
180!) In which lio wns very sovero upon
Ocncrnl Qrnnl na 11 cnmiiinmlcr, nml
upon Mr, Llmoln nsllic then I'rcitilent
of (lio United Slntc, nml tho subac
quent characteristic Interview with flen.
eral W, T. Shennaii, has furnished n lively
topic for discussion around Washington, ns
w til as clsew here. Nearly overy day some
thing new Is snld or written concerning the
bitter controversy that Is going on. (leu
mil Sherman seems to havo au Intense an
tipathy to newspapermen, and the bare inc
ollcetlou ut nvvnr coricspoiidcnt throws
him into a sort of mental excitement th it Is
ilinicult to explain. ,
Many of tho war correspondents whole
innlncd aroundtlio camps of the Union army
nru now managing editors, nfovvof tliem be
ing at lho head of the most powerful jour
nal In tho country. A gcntlcinau who
lived In Washington for sovornl ve.irs fol
low lug tho ctosoot the war mid who has
slucoiesldcd at different periods both In
rscw iori ami 1110 west, tins mormngre
lnlid qiillo an Interesting matter that can
bo appropriately told In print nt the present
"llio personal nnlmnsltlcs engendered
between mini and man," said he, "aro not
soon forgotten, and sometime It take a
long while for 0110 man to get even with
another who has douo him n wrong. When
Mr. Johnson was President, Ml. J, II, Mc
Cullagh, now tho managing editor of tho St.
Louis (thlic-l)rmoci(il, was tho Washington
coricspoiidcnt of tho Cincinnati lhi'imter,
Ficsldcut Johnson had tho highest regird
for Mack's ability, and looked upon him as
11 wonderful correspondent and now s-milti-crcr.
Ho had an cutreo to tho Whltolloiiso
whenever ho choso to go tlicro. Muck had
onco been driven from the Union camp by
General J. C. Davis, who was one of Sher
man's right-hand olllccrs. 1 ho ground w as
covcied with snow, and tho banishment was
aseveio one. Scvetal years elipsed, and
(lencral Davis had foi gotten all about tho
mcrojoulh whom ho had treated so sh ib
bllv. Ho met McCullngh hero, anil took
nulto n fancy to htm, Ono night Mack
dropped Into lho Fbbltt Houio upon (len
cral Davis and quite a party. Tho (lencral
snld: "fientleincn, let's have something, I
am to be iiiuioliited .Minister to Delirium to
morrow. No mistake about It. My name.
goes 10 tno senate to-morrow."
rV'MtCtiHagh declined to drink, walked
out, nnd to tiio White Houso went lie. Ho
saw the President and icqucstcd Mr, John
son to reconsider his determination to ap
point General Davis. Mr. Johnson com
piled, and there was consternnticti among
Davis' friends. 1 ho general did not rccclv e
tho appointment, mid he was live years In
Uniting out the lcnson of his failure."
Mr. McCullaghand (lencral Shennaii at
present mo having a war of words, and tho
ohlninnel Ins been renewed by the pub
lication of the Halslead letter.
t'; jioipirs lwvonr.
Amount of Dinw liiieli Cm tllle.ilu Is
sued DurliiK th" I'liit Yi'tu-.
Tho Engineer Commissioner ycstoiday io
eelved the annual report of .Mr. Willi un
Oscar Itoome, chief of lho Special Assess
ment Division, lho total amount of ilravr
back vv as $)3?,75j.2i); amount Issued, i'Jll,-078.7-1,
awaiting ownership, $11,070.52;
amount redeemed in payment of general
taxes, J30'J,57J2"ij lu pa) ment of special
assessments, $."130,031.21, outstanding, $17,
818.CS; amount of 8 per cent, certificates of
Indebtedness outstanding, as pencportto
Juno SO, lbM, $30-J,150; ledecmed In pay
ment of special assessments, $'.).S0, re
deemed by the sinking fund commissioner,
C00; outstanding, t',".,400. To which
6hould bo added 0 per cent. Interest per
annum from maturity, estimated as $100,
1)00, uncollected special assessments
pledged to the redemption of tho 8 per ccut.
eertlllcatcs of Indebtedness, amount out
ttandlug Juno SO, 1S)I, ns per annual re
port, $j'U,.ril7.!!r, collected for account of
lkn ccitlflcatc, exclusive of Interest, $50,
1"J2.S0, collected for general account, no
lhn lertlllciitcs Issiieil, '.)7i b i, ouUtiind
lug, $474,51') ?,'. (lhls docs not Include tho
accrued Interest nt tho tatoof lOpei cent,
per annum upon the lien ccrtlllcctcs held
by the commissioner of lho sinking fund,
nor tho amounts charged to thotoveral
sticct rallioid companies, which remain
unpaid upon lho ollleo records Lieu eer
tlllcatcs not hi Id by tho sinking fund torn
mlssloners,amount outstanding, $101,139.51.
Tin: jusTiuvrs i:xi'i:xsi:s.
Tho Commissioners' estimates of tho ox
peiibcs for the DWrlct for the llscal years,
lbSG-7, havo been forwanlod to tho Treas
uitrof tho United States. The amount
a'-ked foi Is $.1,M)0,000, which Is about $200,
CC0 lu excess of last year, lho larger pait
of this cxtia appioprlatlon will bo expen
ded iq 011 tholiupiovemeut of tho streets.
Out of this increase asked, tho pollco forco
will hav 0 !r20,00O, and thciols aulucieiso
provided for lu the piy-rolIs of school
tc.icheis. lho Conimlssloucis say they do
not feci at Hlicrt) to ask for any 111010
money this year lor tho erection of now
nhool buildings. Mi Foisyth, tho
Dlslilctsuiviyoi, Is, In tho now estimates,
made n salaried ofllccr at od.000 per annum,
In Place of being paid, as now, by fees.
lho Conimlssloucis havo Included In
theli estimates an item of $12",000 for tho
erection of 11 municipal bulldhu 'Iliey
say that it will require about iJ"i,0J0 to
ccmplito It, but ns they cannot build It lu
one year they do not propose to delay tho
perm ment stieit Improvements In asking
for tho full amount at ono tlmo Next ) car
a similar sum will be asked foi.
The) also 115k for about J.' ),000 for street
lmpiovements An addition of fifteen pri
vates on the police foico Is desired. 1 hoy
also ask for an appropriation for 11 largo to
servo sleain engine for Chief Cronln, to bo
Kept nt No 2 cnglne-houso, at Twelfth and
11 6trccts inn uivv est.
Anotlu-r Itiiiini Tor ISiiltdlu.
II cio was another boom lu building to
day and li.spcctoi of buildings Futwlslo Is
suid a number of permits foi tho erection of
sevcial Hue houses Mis Adel Ciosby will
build 11 flno residence on Connecticut av
enue, lain llstutt, three stoilcs in height,
which will cost t'.i.r.Ul
Mrs Stanley will build a similar ono ad
joining at the sumo expense A haudsomo
dwelling will bo erected by James T. llr.id
ford on P, between Sixteenth nml Seven
tcenlh sluets, which will cost $fl,r00. Heu
ilctta liupiit will erect a dwelling and n
store on L, Utvvecu Fouith and Fifth
htricts, tint will cost $4,700. Ihomas F..
A ugguin 111 will erect lho dwellings ut Ver
mont aviniie and V street, $1,000
Ilcni) stoi) will erect a framo dwelling
on South Capitol uticit, between P street
and Oeorgla avenue euuthojbt, which will
cost$l,t00, John M. William, a $1,000
dwelling, coinci of Half mid N streets
Eoulheast; Fiauk licnshaw, two dwellings
on Market stmt, between llrldgo and
Canal streets, $1200.
lllNMIlC I'lOlll Ovi'ivv Ol'Ii.
riodbsoi Chalks II. Ihlcrback, the or
ganist of bt. Augustliio's Chimh and
foi me) 1) assistant leader of tho Murluo
Hand, was)cttidiy pioiiouueed Insane by
his pliVblclan, mid was scut to tho (lovern
tiicut llospllul for the liimiuo Overwork
Is said to bo the cause of his unfortunate
F.VANbVlllI, 1m, Oct S A lionlble
nctldent oicuired jcbtciday at tho mine of
tho Would. A F.vaiibvillo Consoltd ited
Coal Companv, on the Ail Line 10 id, a few
miles from hero. A man imph))ud ns
dumper and w t luhor got 011 un empty eir
on lho npiu side of the shaft b) mlst.il.o
and was piedpltatid wllh Itdowuthu shaft,
115 fitt, nnd ciushed Into a blnpoless
mass 'llio man was fiom Louisville. II. s
name Is unknown,
UNDER Ai IWlMlELIiA.
A Miserably Wol Day on Pennsylvania
UNDERFOOT AND OVERHEAD
xVntor, AVntor Iharywliaic, unit
Artist WndliiK Through It.
To-day lins been avlmt nn Englishman
would call n " dotn lmvvsly dny,
y'knowl" It hnsn't mined ltntil nor con
tinuously, but linsbccn ono of tho rnltn
peculiar lo this Unto of year when,
somehow or other, lho wntcr seems
unusually wet. Your shoe leather
sonked ft up nml relnlncd 11 llko n
sponge. Then tho nttuosphero vva
raw, and cold ehllls would run up and
down your splno uncomfortably. Tliu gen
eral dampness mado a ugular dish rag of
) our ambition.
With merchants who deal In them, lho
umbrella trado was brisk, and served in n
measure to ollstt lho general dtillno.
Taken altogether It was as uninteresting,
uucomfoi tabic, unreliable and uneventful
day as can bo Imagined.
Tub Ciutic's 'lennvson w.nout lu the
wet, and as bo plodded dreaillv along tho
Avcnuo beneath a br.au new 11) cent um
brella, ho became soaked with Inspiration,
and w as heard to sin':
In tho rain a sIKTcr piUu the umbrella man
In tho lain you've got to pay him what ho
rtidts jou, oriret wet
In tliu ruin thoihlll loinocieeplng through
) oil like has v tol pote;
In tho rnln a fellow's funev turns to thoughts
Ilcttcr were this rain postponed till summer
tlmo when dust MM k,
Ilcttcr wcro my winter pants, nnd I'll go get
them p d (
He then disappeared up Fifteenth street,
lho uptown streets wore n deserted look,
ami only an occasional stray dog pattering
through the glassy puddles 011 tho concrcto
or tho weird, monk-like llguro of a servant
girl clad iu a w atcr-proof broke tho mono
tony of the picture.
On tho Avenue, however, tho hansoms,
hcrdics and horse-cars' did 11 thriving busi
ness. If you were so unfortuuato as to
havo tobnaid iv horse-car vou were com
pcllcd to stand nnd hold to tho straps abovo
nudtisk pulling your arm Joints from their
sockets, or sit lu a space two by four Inches
square, while tho man next to you with his
dtlpplng umbiclla adroitly managed to
Boak those portions of your lalment that tho
lain bad failed to reach
Inn Clinic artist complained that tho
figures upon the streets lacked artistic out
lluo on account of tho mm) wnlcr-pioofs
and eossamers hi chculatlon, but no ob
tained valuable dita lu tho nutter of ladles'
hose. Ho fajs tho
hoso worn by ladles
Ibis full Is cxcicdlnglynobli) bethel his
Information was dcilvcd from Dick Tay
lor's sloro windows or fi 0111 other soul cos
nfllnut faith not but that ho has an ob
pcivlng cyo Is a fact est ihllshoil bv his
sketch of a Patent Ollleo cloikess hailing a
Anolliei sketch of a hid) waiting foi a
(1-stuet herdlo was made undirmaii) ad
verse ilieumstniicis and a leik) umbrclli,
but serves to Uliibtitito the ehai.iclei of tho
weather and Ihosoltdlt) of some of our Utl
'nndldnto lor .ainjor of lliiltlmori'
lUiriMoitr, Oct. 8. Mi James Hodges
was this afternoon unanlmousi) nominated
by tho regular Democrats fortheMayorult)
nn: cost or tiii: Momatx.
A 111k I'llo t .)!,, ti.'V for it S11111II
1 ho boaid of navy ofllccrs appointed last
Mny by Secretary Whitney lo Inquire Into
and report upon tho remarkably extrava
gant cost of tho Mohican, made an cl ibo
rato report to tho Department which Secre
tary v hltney has h id printed for clrcul 1
tlou. lho board, which consisted of Chief Kit
gliiccr (leorgo F. Kulz, Commanders Fred
click llodgcis mid l.ouls Kimpff, anil As
sistant Naval Constructor Joseph l'caster,
with Lieutenant Jacob (I. McWhortei.
Marine Corps, ns recorder, reports tho total
alleged eostof tho vessel ns ij!K)7,7lM 21,
whllo the estimate made by a board of sur
Veyln Juno 1172, Just after the old vessel
was put out of commission, for tho re
pairs necessni) lo fit her anew for sei ser
vice, was for? IFfyil) This estimate, how
over, did not allow for new hollers.
lho report shows that there are now two
Mohicans In tho navy; one cruising In the
Paclllc licet nnd another ljlinrauulc on tho
mud litis nt the Mnro Island Navy-Yard.
lho board limit that the new Mohican,
which was built fiom keelson to truck, was
laid down under nuthorlt) contilucd In n
letter from lho llurcnu of Construction mid
llepalr, dated September II, 1872, but for
which th re was no authority of law or tip
proprlatlou. lho keel was laid In Novem
ber, 1872, and tho vessel vv its only complaint
for sin In May, IBS.", -nearly thirteen ve.irs.
lhls long delay In completion tho bo ml
dud to have bci 11 a largu factor lu tho ex
orbitant amount of cost. In that tho frame
was housed over, and hi tho long periods
when no work was done, knee anil frames
decayed and had to bo replaced. In tho
iimount charged ngilnst the new vessel for
boilers, It appears that two of the boilers
Were put Into tho 111 faled Jeanncttc.
Tho boaid attribute tho extravagant cost
01 me vessel to, 1 J no mgii pneo 01 i.iiiur,
which, during tliu construction of tliu Mo
hican, was, upon nn average iu the various
trades, about forty per cent, gieitcr thin
paid to the suno class of labor lu tho New
York NuV)-Ynid, amounting to more than
$110,000. 2. lho high prlco of nntorlil
which entered Into the tomtiuctlon of the
vessil. !1 To the alterations mado In obe
dlenco to orders fiom proper atithoilty.
I. To the Intermittent manner In which the
work was conducted, tho Intervals of sus
pension being piodtictlvo of decay, lho
amount of increased expense duo to this
cause Is full) show 11 on the tabulated foi nt
nccompaii)lng this report (in irked It 5).
It Is tho opinion of the boaid tint thoso
causes were beyond the control of tho
Nnv)-Ynrd authorities at Maro Island, but
It thinks much of tho expense resulted
from the fact that Naval Constructor (leorgo
W. Much, who had miln chargo of tho
work, "was unable to estimate to within a
reasonable margin tho amount needed for
woik In anticipation," nnd that this "Is
Mifllelcut ev ideuce that funds supplied w ere
Injudiciously expended bv him "
lho total cost wn divided as follows.
Construction, $u'U,207 37; engineering,
$2-IJ,1)10 Mi; equipment, $0'),7.VJ 01, and ord
ao vuiiTiimt ih:'i:ia)V3ii:xts.
lho Italian ('oiuiterrollci Unto 11
Hi'tlllng Till Arternonu.
Ihc pollco have been uuablo to unearth
an)thlng ftuther lu the case against the
Italians, who wcro arrested at tho Centre
Market )cstcida) moinlng for passing
counterfeit coin. After pleading to the
warrants yesttrda) tho prisoners were com
mitted to Jail hi default of $500 bond, for a
piellmlnaiy hearing before United States
Coinmlsslouii Samuel C. Mills to-day.
'i hough n largo amount of tho spurious
coin was found in lho possession of the
prisoners, and a number of eases for passing
the samo recorded ugalust them, not the
slightest clue has hccuobtnlucd as to where
the coin was manufactured. Since the ex
posure of tho method for circulating tho
coin many persons have examined their
pocket change and found man) pieces of the
spurious coin, which shows the circulation
must havo been vcr) extensive. Tho prls
oners were brought unto tho Fifth Pre
(hit btntion from tho jail in the van at 2 10
o'clock this afternoon iu chnigo of Deputy
Marshal Phillips, and tho examination was
iu piogrcss when this report closed.
Tho Day btnto Club of tho District of Co
lumbia held Its annual meeting yesterda)
and elected the following officers- Presi
dent, J. D smith, re-elected, tlrstvlce-piesl-dent,
F. Petti, M 1); second vlee-prcsl-dent,
F. (,. Llttlclleld; iccoidlns bceretury,
Colotul F. F. O'llricn, llnanclil secretaiv,
Samuel Daxter, and treasurer, Win. Hutch
llio Washington Light Infantiy, at tholr
meeting last night, elected eight active
members. Mes-is, Fdvvard Temple, Oeorgo
J. Davis, F. P. llidgoway and John T.
Claivoo were elected houonr) members.
Colonil Mooro aunonnced tho death of
Pilvnto Chcstldino and issued tho necessary
aiders for tho corps to usstmhlo In full
unlfoi m at the armor) ntl II p. m slurp for
funeral escort dtit) this afternoon from 21
Fust Capitol etreot.
American Ouard Council, O. U'. A. M.,
held a well attended muting last night, at
which the follow I115 ofllccis were Instilled.
A.J Dhekmnn, . C CM Humphreys,
V. C.;H. (1 Devlne, I! S., It licy nobis, F.
P.; II. F. bnjder, treasurer; W. 11 hhlossei,
Fx,; ('. Donaldson, hid ; (leorgo Dtigan, I
P; William Dow man, O. P., (leorgo W
Wise, tiustie, C. U. Miller, national deputy.
(.net. of IVi'lVct Information.
During tho pi ogress of tho tilal of Thomas
Umke In tho Cilmlnal Court )cstcrda) af
ternoon, for violation of tho policy law,
Mr. C t Moore, his attorney, argued a
motion to quash the information tiled, 011
the ground that tl.e Hw requires tint a
partv changed with violating this law must
bo charged as n proprietor, agent or clerk
In tl.o game, and this the lnfot motion fulled
lodo lho court was !n doubt aflir argu
ment about the sufllcleiic) of the iufoi illa
tion, lit dlrcitod the trill to proceed.
Aftcrtho jury hi the ease of lluiko had re
tired the fudge udvlsid the dKrlctattnnioy
to nolle pios all other policy cises In which
Ihero were Informations of the samu chai
nctcr as in the case of liurkc. Assistant
Dhtrltt Attorney Taggart bald that he
would look fiiither Into the m Uter mid
tnnl.o on carl) decision.
Ilcpnitiiri' ir Citlier Ztoland.
Itev. J. D. lloland, assistant pastor uf St.
Matthew's Chuicb, took his departure for
Daltlmoio to-d.i) to rebiuuo his labuis ut St.
Patrick's patbh In that city. Dm lug tho tlv u
or six yejis of hi connection with St lat
thevv's Church Fiitlur lloland endeared him
self to tl.at largo and hiltm iittul louirrugu
Hon and the people generally, and hi loss
will uo Kccni) un. 11 w is tuo universal
wish of St. Matthew's congregation that
Father lloland should remain with them,
but ut bis ieqiu'i.t no slips were taken iu
tho matter. A publk demonstration w hleh
was thought of vv as also nbuudontKl at his
request, and ho expressed his cheerful com
pliance with the wishes of bis superiors,
lho Massachusetts Democratic Stato
Convention lnnyo the follow lug nominations
vcbtirduv. For (lovernur, Fredeihl. O
1'rlnci', iloston, for Ltcutcnaut (lov crnor,
II II. (lllinoio, Cambridge, forbecretary nf
State, Jeremiah Clonic), Lowell, for At
torncj-deuoral, Hour) K llralov, Fall
ltlvcr, forTreasuier and llecelver (laiierjl,
llelir) M. CiOb, New bur) pott, fur Audltoi,
James F, Ddane), llulvoke
Letters from T J Iolhiup and (' 11.
Knight are published till morning accept
ing foi tho wiltcrs the uonilnntlous fortlov
eruui and fur 1 iiuteiiini t.uveiuor undo
li) the Mussiullllsitts Prohibition Conven
tion Ihc letteis condemn Itcpuhltcans
and Dimoi rats ullko and uigcutl) advocate
'llio vci) fashionable joung man ins or
dered n slow jatlit, because "It's F.uglUh,
.!, VATOX'S SUVVlMSOH.1
I nil 111 ti it Un un lliulni'iit Cniidlitiilo
for Un. Honor.
'I lit) Iiullium cnntliigcnt, not n bit ills
mnjtil by tho nmny rolmllH It 1ms re
reived nl tho hiinds of lho povvcM that
bo during tho p ut fuvv months, roiuos
up stnlllng ngnln lo day nml oxproHso
supremo (nnlldcnco Iu having ut Inst
landid nblgllsh III tho way of securing for
lho Iloosler Slato the succession to Doriinn
II. F.nton as CHII Service C'ommlisloner
Ihc m 111 the) havo selected for tho place Is
Profissor James II. Smart, president of
lho Piiiduo btato University nt La
fayelte, I ml A voting man, lu
Hint bo Is only forty two, and
an liioirenslvn pirlisnn, although ho Ins
been twice elected superintendent of In
st Miction 011 tho Democratic ticket The
ludlaiilunt say that the President exhibit e 1
such n dnp Interest In what they had to
say lu bihalt of PofcssoiSmiirt that the)
hnvo nodoubt ho will receive the Commls
sloncrshlp 1 hey appear to bo strength
ened In tliclr belief because they gave the
President to understand that the) fcltnu
no)ul tint Minister Foster's sueeessoi
should not havo been some stalwart hull
ana Democrat Instead of Mr Curr) of Vli
glnln, and because lho President seemed to
sympathize with their disappointment
1 rum nil that cm be learned about Pro
ftssor Smart there enu bo 110 doubt of his
lltuiss for the place, though It cannot be
luiimd ut the White llouso that lho Pres
ident has as ) t decided to appoint him
AX AHSIIXT irwxiiss.
Cusi. Kiilut lluttui ai.ihuno
'I cnilHii 111II) l'ost piini'd.
The cno of It. Ilutler Mnhoufj son
of Senator Muhoiio ot Yliglnln, Indlrt
cd ou lho chtirgo of ussault with In
lent to kill John AVlllls, ti w.illei ut
Wcltkei's, on tlio llllh of lust I'ebru
nry, camo up by assignment for tilnl iu
thoCilmlnol Court this morning, but tliu
defciidant was not present and tho prosecu
ting witness had disappeared. Assistant
Dhuilct Attorney luggnrt said that tho
(lov eminent would ha compelled to post
polio the trial on aei omit ot the absence of
thoprosieullug witness, whom they liavo
been iinablu to Ibid.
"Is be keeping out of Ihowa)," asked
Mr. laggart mid ho could not answci
that question, lie know that Willis could
not bo found, and understood there was a
disposition not to prosecute the (aso as
Willis had received ?.V) and wat. promised
sif, more vv lien llio ease was iinposen 01,
mid that Willis hail written to the District
Attoinc) to that effort.
Mr Campbell Ciirrlngton, counsel for
Ilutler Mnhonc, stated that If any such ar
rangement had been ciitcicd Into It was
without bis knowledge, and, further, ho
bad it fee lu the civil suit which had not
Judgo MacArthur thouifht It lookcl HUe
n prctt) good llnanclil birgilu ou tho pirt
of the witness, anil asked fur the letter.
Mr. lacgait, lusiippoit of hi Ftitiiui'iit,
lead tliu following, signed bv Willi by
marl, and witnessed by Hubert Fills and J.
A Debreli, d ited beptciubcr I, IHsl, and
addressed 10 District Attoine) Woilhlng
Idcsho ns the inceiitliis witness In tho
cusuuf the I'nlud'stiitesvs it Ilutler Mull inn
toiispntfuli) nnd uigtiitlr request lint the
iibovut.t'.o ho nolle piostiiulwl There ill 0
mini) reasons furuiaklujr tills reouest air
Mnhiiuohis foi jeaisproviu himself one uf
the hist of friends to me, nnd his const.intlj
rindcred mom tsuf klndnesH and assistant 0
'1 here has 111 vci hcutiiu nii.'i) woidlietwoiu
us, nml Ih iv 0 not tho sllilitest lite 1 that ho
Intended me itnv hudll hum nr ulshul to
dike in) life while imbr tlinlntlueiicc uf
liquor, ami iiftel he had lieen llist .ruvukol
nudas-aultid he di-ihiircid a pistol vi nil
Hints hi tliu air Is ivlibiiei'd bv the liulli t
marks In the itllhu 1 vvu imt lniin I 11 .r
was 11113 one olsi I, tlurcfurt , for tlienliuvo
niuntd reasuiis and foi the fiulliirii usunthat
thuprosiuitiun nml tlvll suit was Instl.-ileil
b) iiilbldc larllcs mil 1 n inks uf Mt Vlu
bom, iiquest th it the t iso 1 11 dismiss, d, and
1 shall dn line lu pros, 1 ule air M ihoni" unlnss
coinpdlid to do bo uilnst my wishes and by
Mr. Taggart said that after tho District
Attorney rccclv td this statcini nt Willi was
tent for and brought to tho ollleo. Willis
said that ho could not read, and the paper
had not been read to lilin A white man
and a colored man together sal 1 the)
wanted him to tie satisiled about uiu snoot
ing, and that they would piy him $12,
1 he) gav 0 him $"0 then, and promlso 1 after
the trial to glvo him the bilnuie lie
dcnlid Intending to sign any such
papei and thought It was mi rtl an agree
ment to settle the affair fur 'rlSi. Ho de
nied thit Duller M.ihouo hid for ) oars
proven one of his best friends nr cuustuull)
rendered him acts of kindmss and nsslbt
nncc and that he had no different story to
tell than ho original!) told
Judge MaeArthtir set tho cio down per
emptorily foi ttl.il on December II, to
which time It was postponed at tho request
of the defendant's counsel.
,t.v ALAisMi.a jnscorr.nr,
Ilufrus nlsliltt (luvi'iiitiient llonils
round 'lu III) C'llelllllting.
JI11J01 Djo iccelvtd Information to-d.ay
that there are lu tin illation fraudulent
$1,CTO bonds on tho District of Columbli
lho information comes through 11 gentle
man named Hutchinson lu Kansas City,
Mo , who piiicb.istd $.",000 worth of them
llio finudiilcnt bonds purport to have been
Issued Octobii Ifi, 1W, and mntiire July 1,
lvhS I hev nro signed by O. T. Finn nnd
Llndle) lurry, ectietarj and president
respectively, lho polko authorities hero
were lufuimcd of the fact through a g.iu
llcmaii iu this city who received a letter
from Mi Hutchinson, vho Is a real cstitu
dculti In Kausus Clt) He seemed to have
11 suspicion that tlicro was somcthlug
w long about tho bonds and ho w roto to his
fi lend lu this tit) Ihc bunds nro of course
fiuuduleiit, und .Ma lor D) o has uotlllcd the
Kuusus Clt) autlioilUes to this effect, ami
us the fraud was committed there they will
havo to Hud thocountcifclters and arrest
them as there Is 110 Intimation that any uf
tliun nrohore lite letter of Mi Hulculn
sunwus written on the 3d Instant, but he
does not sluto w hen he purchased the bonds.
About Iltwldents nnd Wcll
U 11011 11 A Islturs,
V II. Ji vmvui of North Carolina Is at
I'll tin eb F. Fecit ol Now Yoik Is at
J. II, Scott of Allegheuy, Va , Is at
UiiMlY L. Maiiimiin of the Coast Sur
vi) is ut the Fbbltt.
Mu John Dwih of this city I at tho
Fifth Avouuo llotol, Sew lurk.
Fx-MtstSTBii Tvn Is In tho city, in con
sultation with iJeeutarj Da)ard.
(lEoiUiis Uootii of New York and K. I',
Flllsbiir) uf Uoituti are at Welcker's.
Ai 1.1 iti h 8 Sli 1101 son was rofflstorod
jestndH) ut the Hotel Lafuyettu, Fhlladel
plila Cvmin FviuiMt will lecture In this city
Oi tol 1 1 10 and 17 on Dauto and ou Itobert
Si sATon floniHN Is In tho city. He
guv hols not actively Interested Iu the de
tails of the Maryland campaign.
br.N vrou Mi 1'unisoN, ItopresenUtlvo
McAdoo and a New Jersey otllco-sooklng
delegation 1110 eipietcd hero to-ilay or to
Mn. ami Mns 15. 11. Wnr.ui.Kn, Mr
and Mrs Charles llolT and Mis It. C
Itobliibuu ot Wilmington, Del, are at the
HI irgs House
- Mu Fv.imi, wife of Admiral Eng
lish, uud Mrs Dr IlKev, bci daughter, who
spent tho sumtnei in Irgiula, aro iu tho
clt) for n visit ot two weeks.
Mn V M. biockiNu, daughter of Jus
tlco Miller of the Supremo Court, is lu tin
clt), stopping for a few dais with her fi lend,
Mrs Mncomber, nt 717 Nineteenth street
BIG BLOT IN LONDON.
Thirteen Eight-Story Building.
All IXIliiiilcd l.o. s r I'lriei'll .Million
BUUIOUS SCAHCITY OF WATCH.
London, Oct. 8. Ono of Ihc most
dlsitslrous conllugrtitloiis thai bits oc
curri'd In this city in a number ot
years, broke out nt 5 o'clock this morn
ing in tliu dim tor House building.
Aldcrsgato street, and Is still burning,
though parti) itndei control.
Tho fire spread wllh murvclou rapidity,
and In less than four hours after It hail
hiohin out thirteen of the eight-story
I omen comprising tho property were do
stro)ed. 'I lio buildings vvrro occupied by
stores, mostl) fancy goods and toy em
poriums In one of tho buildings doetroycit
was located a large piloting establishment.
Atiothi r of lho buildings was occupied 11 11
bank, but through the itienuoils efforts ot
lho firemen the structure was saved from
lho llrcmcu had grentdlfllculty In throw
ing streams oil tho upper stories because of
the lack of wntir Many of the firemen
Inillialr-breadlli coca pes from death front
falling wall, It Is estimated that tho loss
will reach i:i,000,000.
I'm cl;ii :i'iv m In Uriel'.
Lommiv, Oct. 8. lho warlike attitude of
t-rrv la has compelled the 1'orto tu call out
more reserves for sen Ico ou the frontier
An Imperial Iradu has been Issued mohllU
liis tliu entire arm) lho Turkish Ministry
believes that Servian troops will cross tho
fionticr, although certalnofdofo.it, in or
dci to raise tho question as to ticrvhi's
rights. 1 lio 1'orto has represented lo tho
foreign ambassadors nt Constantinople that
II hi rv Ian revolution would lead to ngll 1
tlons In Monti negro, llosnla mid Herzego
vina, and that Austria and l.ussia would
eventual!) bo iliiiwn Into tho conflict.
l.uiilMlIsbury spol.oattlie .National Con
servative Conference jesterday and out
lined the pollcj of his part), lie said It was
110 pint of (ircat Drllaln to Intcifcre vvltli
llotimellii, but that tho policy of the gov
ernment Is to uphold Turkey. He favored
11 great elnngo in the present methods for
self guv irmnent Fxtcndlng Belf-govcrn-lueut
to Ireland, he said, was still an open
qiusflnn, but It Is desirable, as fur us pov
slble, to glvo to Ireland tl.o sumo bencllts a
nroeiio)cd b) the list of tho United Klnj;
lho difeit of Osmnn Dlgiui nn the
death of !i,oo() Dcnthesure tepuiteiftioiu
'J lie feudalists iiudci trial at Chemnitz
vv ere armillti d
The I iigllsh Imports during September
decreased i-', .'W),0OO, us compared with tliu
corns) uudliig mouth hist )car. llio ex
poits decreased I,y0,000, as compared
CXIl VIA' a'l'lUKEttS.
Illtlloldlllu II ell Who Wish In
Hum llielr Living.
Si. Lot i, Oct S Very unexpectedly
quite an iinrtil) disposition was manifested
among some of the strikers jestenl ty after
noon and In n ver.il cases violence wai used
ngilnst tho new men running ears, lhls
rplrlt cropped out chiefly on tho C.ass
aacnuo lio.ul and llvo drivers were dragged
hum the curs and ruughl) handled. Several
strikers were arrested. A disposition to In
terfere with the running nt the car was
also manifested ou tho W nshlnglon Aretiuu
Line, the president of which, ns a piec.iu
thii.iry liun'.tuc, ordered all the ears
tinned lu at dark. A ciowd of stilker
left 'turner Hull, which I their hcaibpiir
tcrs, last night and went out to the Market
bin cl Llue stable and endeavored to pci
suidethe men of that load to Join them,
but theli mission was a failure. Few cans
wire running la-t night ou the roads In
volved In the strike, but their mnuagcrs
gtnnully 1 press tho belief that they will
be In good bhupo to-day, and ablo to inn
1 ho btrcet car managers m ulo a supromo
ciToit this luornliig, and in coiiserpieiico
tlicro were a few more cars on tho cmbu
goud lines carl), but at noon the numbci Is
MSl'MVT UOVVKXilVXT Xl'AVS.
Mutters Itelng Considered by Our Lot il
II. T Shclton has been nppolulod vvateh
in.in at the W ushliigton As) bun, vice
Mlilncl Cluuo, removed.
tin ( onimlsbioncis liavo notlflcd Mr. V.
3 lleilvvay, who petitioned for tho opening
of .1 public alley lu srpiaro 'J'U, that by hw
this can oul) be done with permlsslou ot all
the property owners lu tho square.
Mr C. A. Hamilton ot Lo Droit 1'ark
has complained tu the Commiseloncis that
tin contractors at the Boundary sewei have
nut repaired the crossing at tho cut ration
to tho park which the) removed.
(ieucral Denet, Chief ot Ordnance, V.
b A , has uotlllcd tho Commissioners th a
he approves their recommendation for
forty ib-lit Sprlngtlchl rilles and accoutre
ments for use bv tho High School Cadets.
lltaltli Ofllccr lowiibbend j'estcrila) ie
eelv til a letter from Win, Morris, Olouct
tirshlre, England, Inquiring astothodito
and place of Hen. Hear, who died hi this
eouutr) between live and ten )iars ugo
'1 he ( 01 respondent suvs thlsmiairrc dts-
erlptlou would tint be sullMiut to Hilda
man iu his own count n, but such thing
are reputed tube iniiingid bitter In tho
I idled fctnti s ( hltf link Meiilma ot tho
Health Ofllcc- fulled to find any recoid of
stub a death, und If nut found thoio It will
be scut from one ulllce tu another until tho
desliid iufoimutiun Is found.
CITY HALL XOTVS,
Hems of Minor Iinporl.iiica Gleauud
I'ruin tho Courts.
Ihc application of A.M. I'lcmllllf, stu
dent, foi uilmlsslon to the bar of this I)' -tilit,
wus to-da) referred to the examining
lleur) Uo, a colored boy. 18 j oars ot ago,
was ui quitted In tho Criminal Court this
morning of the charge of assaulting with
Intent to commit rape on (Icorglanna V.
Johnson, a lO-jour-old colored girl, t'e
ktatcmciits ottho gill bolng very ooulllctlug
Marriage llccusos have been Issuod is
follows. J. W fchcly ot Springfield, Mn ,
nml Laura Fouls of Indianapolis. I ml ,
Hlcuard L. Model) and Vligluia L StaJelv,
tiotli of Alovandrla, Va ; John It. Turner
and Agnes V.. lloblnsou; Samuol ll. Walke-i
aud Kuinia J. Clnscoo, Jacob F. l'rln llu
and L'muM Yates; Washington Cuoiilsh an I
Frances IIn)es; John W Seott of I'rliuu
Uiorco's Count v. Md , and Htlon Hunt
of.thhi tit), Hatidulph 1 (ireen and Mr
llllltu F. llo)d, buth of Hlehuiuiid, 1 ,
llohcit Fvans and 1111ie Itkhaidsoti, Win.
Fletcher nnd (iubilelh uiltruii
Cntberlue M Joins suiks, bj a bill 111
equity, brought ngnlut Fredciiek lhtes
und otbeis, heirs uf tothcrluo llatos, to
liave the will of tlu luttei coiiotiuoil In re
latluii tu square tilS, and the valldlt) of tho
llmitutloii 01 devise over the share of Kutu
I' laiultKtn, duoused, and ilaughtei of
tin tibtutiK, dving intestate and without
Issue, to the surviving daughter determined
h dniieif Hie court. That In cae lhn
devise 01 limitation over Bhall be adjudged
Invalid und p irtltlou ot lots 11 to II), 1 and
'J, and lots fiom 'Jo to US, mid lots fiom 47
to 53, and lots fiom 01 to 07, lots 7., 77 and
7S and lots fi 0111 S7 to IK, and lots from 1 111
tu 1,11, und from 1.11 to UO In this square,
be made amoiit: the to vend putties entitle I
ilnretu, according to theli respective lu