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18TH TfEAlt-WIlOLE NO. 5,358.
WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY EVENING, OOTOBEll 18, 1885.
I'KICE TWO CENTS.
Woodward & Lotuuop.
M and Winter Wrap Eil.il,
Woodward & Lothrop
beg to announce to their
customers, and the public in
general, that on
Wednesday, OcL .,
Thursday, Oct. 15,
they will place on exhibition
a handsome variety of the
newest fashion favored styles
of Fall and Winter Wraps,
in new fabrics and shapes,
most elegantly trimmed,
SHOUT COATS. I.UNU DOLMANS,
WA1.K1NII JACKKTH, HAUI.ANS,
SKAI. AMI 1'I.USH SACQUKS,
BIon Clolli, Stoeklnottes,
Diagonals. Hondo Inbrlcs,
Ilrooadcd Silks nnd Satins,
Willi llio following trimmings: C'onny Fur,
lltislau llnri', Astrakhan Marabout, Coon
1'ur, Lynx, Fringes, Feathers, etc.,
Representing the largestand
handsomest stock ever ex
hibited by us during any
previous season, and desire
to attract special attention
to the 2 newest shapes, viz.:
(A description of thoso two Wraps appears
In this morning's "National ltopubllcnn.")
All are invited to pay us
a visit of inspection on the
'l'lils department Is shunted on tlio second
lloor, easily accessible byelovator.
Have You Forgotten
What we said about Gossa
mers some time since? If
so, let this weather remind
you of it, and expect to find
here exactly what you want
in the way. of a "Water
proof" Gossamer as is
"Water-proof," and at a less
price than you expected to
pay. "Vulcanized Kubbcr,
(Second floor; tnko tlio olovntor.t
WOUMVAKD & LOTIIUOP.
Homctliln About Laces.
Notwithstanding the fact
that our business in this de
partment has increased fully
40 per cent., we are desirous
of still further increasing it",
and to this end have added
a long line of "Novelties,"
representing the very latest,
freshest and most desirable
styles and patterns ever
brought to this city, which
-we have marked at prices
conducive to an unprece
There is no questioning
the fact that our prices are
lower on these goods than
prevail elsewhere, as can be
substantiated by an exami
nation and comparison.
We propose to be "Head
quarters" for "Laces," as we
are for American Silks, and
shall merit your recognition
as such by offering every
thing desirable in "Lace
Novelties" as soon as they
reach the market, and at
prices which we guarantee
to be the lowest the same
qualities can possibly be ob
tained in this city or else
where. Besides you have only to
return our goods in order to
procure the money paid,
which principle holds good
from our basement up, and
not on one or two particular
lines of goods.
We are continuously on
the lookout for "Bargains,"
"Job Lots," etc., for this de
partment, and this week are
showing a number of good
-"Drives," as follows :
Unb Lot of 3-Inch Fancy Cream bilk Lace,
worth Me. only Mto per yard.
J Job Lot of luncy Colored Silk I.ico, plum
ground, with patterns rim In seal brown, ex
actly halt prlco. i'A Inches wide for 23o, worth
EOcs CMj Indies wide for Bee, which wo lava
tucii hi u window elsewhere marked nt Jl per
Nnvy blue, run with peal brown, a;. Inchon
Wide, actual voluo Tfic, only 0!Ho.
A "wonderful" bargain Is tho ajsrbicli hand
inudo Wool I, nro. In navy, dark brown, llht
brown, dink belzo and cream, usually sold at
lfe, only lSKo per yard, . ,, ,
Othor "Kovolllos" In Laces, In exceedingly
tastefully designed patterns, In thu richest
loslblo effects, for fall trimmings.
'I ho latest conceit Is tlio "Hondo" Lace,
having 11 huud soma raised pattern, on a hit
tlco work, woolen back ground, usuuclallv ap
propriate for trliiunlng tlio "Hondo" effects
In In ess Hoods,
Thcto nru biind-mado Laces, nnd como In tlio
follow lug choice combination of colorings :
llruwnaiitl Light Itelgo,
Dark Drown and Light Drown.
Navy 11)110 and (inriiet.
Drown nnd (larnct.
Two widths, 1-lncli, Mo; 5)i-lnch, "3o per
'Another net, finer finality, sumo, comblna
tli 1 of color
Two widths, Shi-Inch, 0c; IJilnch, fo per
customers hould not fall to Inspect thusa
now I.iice-, us they are enthely novel and
(second floors tako tlio elevator.)
WOODWARD h LOTHROP,
Boston Dry Goods Houso
OMS imuoi; OM.V,
Oil l'eiiu, A.o. ui l Wtieot
Commissioners of Inspection for the
Joaquin Miller Dcclinm lo Accept a Gov
THE MOHICAN'S TRIAL TRIP.
Cnio Whom air. lhidlonlt's Order
GENERAL AND PERSONAL.
Tlio President appointed In-day t
John Frlnk, to bo District Atomcy for
0. W. Miller, Receiver of Public .Moneys,
nnd John McKarland to ho Register nt
Commissioners to Inspect the extension
of the Northern Pacific Railroad: II. 11.
llonfiivell, N. V.i A. 8. Morrliuon, N. C,
nmFWni. Stevenson, l'n. Jlr. Mcrrlmou
wit formerly a Senator from North Caro
lina, hit term expiring In 1371),
Fonrs of Cholera Averted. Surgeon
General Hamilton regards' tho danger In
this cbuntry form cholcru as past, and says
most of our Inspectors will soon ho discon
tinued. Next year ho says wo will only
have to quarautliio Mediterranean ports.
To-day's Cnblnot Mooting. All tho'
members ot tho Cabinet were nt tho
Whlto Houso to-day, but tho meeting
was very short. Attornoy-doncral
finrlaml left heforo tlio meeting was over to
nltcnd the session of the Supremo Court.
Golnrr Homo to Voto. It Is understood
that tho President, Secretary Manning nnd
Colonel Lamont will leave this city 011 Mon
day, November 2, to voto In Now York
State. Tlio President will voto In llio Ninth
Ward ot RulTnlo, Secretary Manning in Al
bany, and Colonel Lament In Cortlandt
Tho Navy Accounts Board. Pay In
spector Stevenson and Passed Assistant Pay
master John N. Spcel, U. S. N., composing
tho special board to oamlno accounts of
bureaus at tlio Navy Department nnd at tho
navy yards, arrived at tho F.bbltt Homo to
day. Jlr. Spcel leaves this evening for ills
old homo at llarrlshurg, hut will return noxt
Monday, when tho board will resumo Its
Court-Mnrtlal Authority. Tho Secre
tary of War has decided that si general
court-martial has no authority to punish a
civilian witness for contempt of court In
refusing to answer questions In n caso on
trial. Tho matter camo up 011 tho refusal
of a district nttorncv In Texas to testify In
tho tilal of Caplaln Smith nod Lieutenant
Payuo at Fort Clark for a gambling row.
No Moro Immlffratlon Figures. Tho
Secretary of tho Treasury has issued a cir
cular to customs ollleers, in which ho says
that as It appears to bo Impractleablo to
procure, under existing laws, nccurato
statistics of immigrants arriving In tho
United States by railways from contiguous
foreign territory, tho collection of statistics
of such immigration will bo discontinued
until otherwise ordered.
Joaquin Mtllor Declines Office Somo
days ago Secretary Lamar, while out driv
ing, stopped at tho cabin of Joaquin Miller.
In tl.o course of tho conversation between
tho two, Secretary Lamar asked -Mr. Miller
If ho would accept a position In tho West
under tho Indian Ihiieau. Yesterday Mr.
Miller called at tho Interior Department,
and, tlioiiUIng Secretary Lamar for tho offer
which had been mado to htm, declined tho
For Survoyor of Philadelphia. A
delegation from Philadelphia, composed ot
R. P, Dlcchcit, 1). M. Sellers, John Hag
gard and Dr. S. L. Uoddard wore In tho
cltv yesterday. They camo to urgo Dr.
Oo'ddaul for Survoyor ot tho port of Phila
delphia, for which thcro nro quite a number
of candJdatis. Thcro i3 a spirited contest
being waged over this position, and the
Phlhidclnhians are urglns: that a city 111:111
Ono Effect of Mr. Endlcott's Oi'dor.
Sccrctiuy Kndlcott's action in ordering back
to their regiments nil ollleers who have been
011 detached duty over four years works a
hardship in ono caso, whereby tho Army
will niobably loso tho cervices of n very
valuablo ofllecr. Captain Joseph A. Bladen
is n lieutenant hi tho Fourteenth Infantry,
and has been for years tho trusted aido and
confidant on (icncral Howard's staff. Somo
yeais ago, while on duty, ho was Injured no
that ho lost his leg very near tho hip, and it
is linpiobablo that ho can efficiently pur-
101111 company iiiuv. ici no is reuoveu
from tho staff and ordered to his command.
Tho Now Mohican. Commander Day
has miulo a report to Secretary Whltiioy oil
a rccenttilal trip of tho now Mohican. Tho
vessel was tested by Secretary Whitney's or
ders h atilp under sail and steam from tho
Male Island Navy-Yard to Panama. Con
siderable dlfllcultv was experienced with
tlio machinery anil several breaks occurred.
Commander Day criticises tho manner hi
which tho engines were finished nnd tostod.
Ho believes tho defects will ho lemodled
and gicater speed attained. With a con
sumption of fourteen tons ot coal, with
four 'boilers, she will probably bo ablo
to iiuiko ISO miles per day. Tho
ship Is steady, rolls very little, and her
itrcilng spparatus is excellent.
Minor nnd Porsonnl.
Tho Navy Department Is Informed ot tho
arrival of the Omaha at Poit Said.
Chailes II. Cull, to bo Collector of Cus
toms for llio District of Superior, Mich.
(Icncral Nowton, chief of engineers, re
turned to the city today and was at his of
fice. Mr, Vote, tho appointment Vlerk ot tho
Postofllco Department, Is confined to his
homo by sickness.
1'lrmt Assistant Pctuiaster-doiicral Sto
vciisnn has ictiirncd to tlio city and was at
wink to-day, but only onofourth-class post
master was appointed.
It Is estimated that the number of (Jovern
meiil clerks who returned to their homos hi
Ohio to oto this year, Is smaller than at any
pluvious election lor many years.
11. F. Cronielin has resigned a clerkship
In the Navy Depaituiciit to accent nn up-
lent as bleiHiigraphle clerk 01 class
ono ill lho AdJutaiiKieueral's oflleo.
M. J. Staley, special timber agent at Ihlh
drum, Idaho Tenliory, has transmitted
thhty-ono Indictments naaliist tho Northern
l'nelllo Hallway Company and tho Montana
Improvement Company for cutting timber
from public lauds,
Tlio rostmastcr-Ocncral has dccldod to
tranter tho Havana mall service from tho
l'oielgu A'nlls Uureaii to the oflleo ot tho
Second Assistant l'ostniaster-Ooiior.il. Ad
vertisements Inviting piopysals will ho Is
sued lu a day or two,
I.iixTi'.KANT Honr.iiT (JiiAin, Fourth
Arlllleiy, who was recently ordered bore
from signal diityutSnn I'runclseo, has ur
lived and Is with his family at No. 1003 I
street, tho residence of Mrs. Craig's fathor,
llou. U, W. Mahoii,
Tllll AILMV AX1 NAVV.
Hum About the Hunk mid I'lln Now
I'roni tin, tiiiirtor lloelc.
Hospital Steward James Alnley has been
assigned to duly at Fort Leavenworth.
Four new Sets of officers' quartors aro lo
ho built nt tho Presidio at San Francisco.
.Major (Icorgo G. Hiinlt, First Cavalry,
has been granted extension of leave for ono
Lieutenant John M, Cunningham, Nine
teenth Infantry, has out mouth's extension
Lieutenant James K. Wilson, Fifth In
fantry, lins rejoined his company at Fort
Captain John I), (liithrlc, Thirteenth In
fantry, is granted one month' leave from
Foitllayord, N. M.
Lieutenant Charles 0. Morton, Sixth In
fantry, Is on leave from Fort Douglas, Salt
Lftko City, for a month.
Tho contract of Acting Assistant Surceoii
Frederick llass, stationed at Fort Howie,
Ailz., has been annulled,
Flist Lieutenant Henry I,, Rlnloy, Twen-ty-fouith
Infantry, has been ordered to Fort
Leavenworth for duly as acting engineer
officer on (Icncral Miles' start.
Lieutenant Corwln Sago, Seventeenth In
fantry, Is granted ono mouth's oxteii'lon of
leave, lie Is the son of Judgo Sago, V. S.
Dlstilct Judgo for Southern Ohio.
First Lieutenant Charles A. Wordcn has
been appointed adjutant of tho Seventh In
fantry In place ot Lieutenant Allan II.
Jackson, who resigned that position.
First Lieutenant Joseph A. Sladcii, Four
teenth Infantry, Is relieved as nldc-do-camp
to (Icncral Howard, to tako effect Novem
ber I, and will then join Ills company nt
Naval Orders: Lieutenant Richard Mitch
ell, ordered to duty at tho Naval Academy.
Lletitcnanl-Coininiindcr F. M. Harbor, do
tached from tho Advisory Hoard and
grained ono year's icavo.
Major F. L. Town, surgeon, and Lieuten
ant C. S. Ilhick, assistant surgeon, composo
11 special hoaid that convened yesterday at
Fort Clark. Texas, to examine Private Fred
D. Tillman, troop F, Eighth Cavalry, for
appointment 11s hospital steward,
Captain Henry S. Tunlll, assistant sur
Bcnn, and Captain Leonard Hay, Ninth In
fantry, wcro ordered to Rock Springs.
W'yomlng, last week, as witnesses in tho
case ot Lieutenant Patten, Twcnty-tlrst In
fantry. Tlio court-martial which Is trying Lieu
tenant F. J. Patten, Twenty-first Infantry,
nt Rock Springs, yoinlng, has Lieutenant
Colonel Henry L. Chlpman, Seventh In
fantry, as president, and First Lieutenant
James Reagan, regimental quartermaster,
Ninth Infantry, Is Judge-advocate.
Oidnanco Sergeant Thomas Dalloy, U. S.
A., died Sunday In Haltlmore, and was
burled Monday. He was (17 years ot ago,
nnd enteicd tho service- In 1S1" In llattery
1), Third Aitlllery, which Is now nt Fort
Mcllcnry, nnd took part In tho funeral. Ho
was appointed ordiiauco sergeant In Jan
Tho troop of tho Fifth Cavalry on duty nt
llio Cantonment, Indian Territory, will ho
relieved by n troop ot tho saino regiment
to bo scut from Fort Supply, nnd will re
turn to Its proper station at Fort Reno.
On Its arrival at Reno Company (I (John
son's), Twenty.fourth Infantry, will bo scut
to Foit Sill for temporary duty.
Colonel Allan II, Jackson, lieutenant
Seventh Infantry, reported October !) at
Vancouver barracks for duty with his for
mer regimental command, and was an
nounced tho samo day by (ieiicral Gibbon
as aetimr iudeo-advocato of tlio Department
of the Columbia. Colonel Jackson was for
several years 011 duty with the Signal Corps
here, nnd Is very pleasantly leiucmbered in
jusTiiwv Govi:nxMi:.xT xvws.
Mutters (li'tiipj Inj; llio Attention of
Tho sidewalk at Thirty-second and O
tticctswlll bo icpalrcd as requested by F.
Low Is T. Johnson has requested that tho
Improvement of Twenty-seventh 6trect, be
tween Dunbarton avenue and P street, bo
Included lu next year's estimates.
Major Dye has recomnicndoil tho dis
missal of Christopher Tcnnaiit, Janitor ot
the Fifth Precinct Statloii-Hnuse, and that
Tollvcr Iiedmand bo appointed to 1111 tho
Seymour W. Pulloeh has complained to
tho Commissioners that In building houso
No. VST D street southeast the ends of tho
joists were placed hi tho party wall In
spaces for the latrobes. Ho claims that this
endangers tho whole block from lire.
The properly owners on 12 street, be
tween Fifth and Sixth streets northeast,
suggest that a sewer Is needed thcro, mid
they will lay It It reimbursed nt somo fu
ture time, lho Commissioners say th?y
will furnish the material if tho property
owners pay for tho labor.
A. A. hCClock of tho lTOhltlou Union,
I). (.'., haswiittcn n letter to tho Commis
sioners, calling their attention to tho fact
Ihat the applications ot persons for bar-room
licenses whoso places front on (lovcrumout
reservations have been Improved whero tho
approval of tho fiovoruuieut nuthorltlej In
charge havo not been secured,
llulldlng permits havo been granted to
ficorgo Turtoii to erect a two-story dwell
ing 011 K, between Tenth mid Lloveuth
ttrects, to cost 5,000; Charles Klotz, erect
a dwelling on Now Hampshire uvciuie, be
tween L and M streets, fc3,0O0; John Crow
ley, erect two dwellings on M, between Mar
ket nnd Ficderick streets, $l,S0tf.
fro 111 Hut liocni'.I of thu
Hairy N. Low of this city was yestorday
admitted to prnctleo before the L. S. Su
On lho ground of desertion 51. A.Apple
man has petitioned for dlvorco from her
husband, Win. 11. Appleiuan.
Tho will of lho Into Ueorgo Shanklln filed
In the lliglster's olllco to-day, leaves tho
propcily of tho deceased to his children.
Thomas 51. Jones seeks through tho
Kqtiltv Court to obtain a dlvorco from Cas
slo 5l. Jones, nee llagcl'n, complaining
that she has deserted him and lmuo to
Hlehaid T. Donovan and others In an
equity cause ngiilnut Cornelius Donovan ask
for tho appointment ot 11 trustee hi tlio
place of Johu Donovan for paitof lot 18,
Justice Ilagncr to-day dismissed lho pe
tition of Charles C. Coombs fur dlvorco
from Iltttllo !'. Coombs on lho ground of
desettlon, for failure of tho proof to estab
lish tho ehargo.
John Tvler. In n petition to tho I-.ri
Court for a divorce, states that ho marrle
Mary l'.lllll In this city In August, 1SS),
and six weeks later tho left and never re
turned. Her misconduct, ho thinks, en
titles him to dlvorco.
l'atilek Corcoran Invokes tlio aid ot tho
Equity Court to compel Daniel (Iroen to
dli-cover nnd hi lug Into court a deed undo
hv lilm totho complainant ot paitof lots II
aiid 4, sqtiaio ltll, and in caso ho should ro
fuso that a tiusteo bo appointed to evecuto
5!nrrlago licenses have been Issued as fol
lows; Charles Loveless and .Mary K.
demons, both of Alexandria, Vn.; Thomas
Nichols and Amelia II. Collins; David West
mid Annie C, l.ecnunt, both ot (iloiicoster
County, Vn.; K 51. (lallahcr and l.llllo 11.
KsCHinaii; John C. Johnson ot ltoaiioko
City, Vn., and Sue II. llumoot this city;
uciiiiis inyior ami earou . jonuson; lieu
Jainlii Fraud ot Uiiltliuorc, 5ld.,aud lloitha
C. Kaufman ot this city; Nelson Irving and
A I'.Twnlu'otscr ArroMted.
Hint Cohen, a pawnbroker, was ar
icsted Ibis iiftcinoou on an Indict
ment (barging him with receiving
a! out Jf.CO win Ih ot Jewelry Btolen from
5Us, Ihowuo lu Philadelphia, l'a.
T. V. Vowdcrly ot Scranton, l'n., has
been re-elected grand master workman of
the tl eueral Assembly, Kulghtsot Labor,
A COLORED DIPLOMAT.
Tho New United States Minister
REV. MOSES A. HOPKINS.
Ills l.'nrly lllsliiry An Iiitorostltignud
Itrv. Jlo'es A. Hopkins of JTotlh
C'ntolliin, the ncwly-appolntcd Minister
nml Ccmsiil-Gcncrnl of llio United
Billies to tlio Hopubllc of Liberia, is In
lliu city, mill stopping nt 1110 I street.
Ho will bo u!) years ofngolii Decem
ber, nml wns born n sluvo In Montgom
ery County, Virginia. Ho belongs to
the Presbyterian ministry, and on last Sun
day preached In tho Fifteenth street Church".
Ho has been preaching about len years, and
In addition to his labors In the Lord's vino
yard has had a school nt Fraiitillnton, In
Franklin County, X. C, which Is about SO
miles from tlio Virginia Slate lino.
lie has rather nn Interesting history. All
of his education lias been acquired sluco ho
was emancipated, Ho left Montgomery In
lw50. During tho war ho served as n cook
in tho Union army, and for several years
after tho war ho was a cook on Ohio River
On November .TO, W,, ho began lo learn
his A II C's, and on November 1, 1S41, ho
will sail for Liberia as tho American Minis
ter to Liberia. Tlio first day school that ho
attended was In lt-0'.l, at Alleghanoy City,
rcimsyivniiia, aim ins instructor was ncv,
Dr. Henry Highland (liirnctt, who was once
tho pastor of tho Fifteenth Street Church,
mid who wns appointed Minister to Liberia
by President Garfield. Dr. Harnett died
mere, nun now ins pupil goes 10 succeed
him. This Is Indeed a coincidence.
A ClilTic romcselitatlvo vesterdav asked
MlnUter Hopkins through what Inltuciice
ho oblnlued Ids appointment.
"Through friends of mine In North Caro
lina, Pennsylvania and New York," said ho.
"Mr. Cox, a Democratic .Member of Con
gress from Ninth Carolina, aided mo n great
"At 0 you a Democrat In politics?"
"No, I am not a Democrat; that Is, I have
not taken any part hi politics. Tlmo.iind
ncaln I havo voted In county and State 111.1t
teis for Democrats becauso I believed them
to bo tho beat men running for tho olllccs.
You must know that among colored men
there tiro few who aro Democrat? In tho
strict ffliso of the word, but tho colored
voter Is fast learning to stand by thoo who
mollis friends, mid colored men can't live
nny longer on tho old promlso of forty
acres and n mule."
"You havo met tlio President; now what
do you, as a representative colored man,
think of tho Administration?"
"I was very much Impressed with Mr,
Cleveland, and I am frank to say that ho
aim ins Aiiiiiimstruiioii navo acicu i.iiriy
and friendly to the colored people; and If
tho pi tscnt policy Is maintained tho colored
peoplo will have n great do.il more eoull
dciicc In tho Administration and tho Demo
cratic party. Tho colored peoplo aro look
ing tor irieniis, ami so long ns tuo now .u
mhilstiiitlou gives them a chance to hold on
to their places here, they will havo tho
strongest proof of lho friendship of the Ad
ministration. Tho colored people of tho
South will consider the Administration
their fiicnd as long ns their leaders stay
heio In Washington."
"Is your race Improving Its opportunities
In North Carolina!"
"Yes. Colored men are acquiring laud,
and they havo long tlnco found out that
there Is 110 money In politics. They ro
allzo that they havo to work, 'lly tho
sweat of thy face thou shalt cat bread' says
tho good hook. These llamlug politicians
who camo Into the South some years ago
and went about among tho colored 111011
did cieat harm. They told tho negroes ot
a land Mowing with milk and honey, ami to
get theio wns to follow them. Now, the
fact Is thonegiocs got plenty of bees, but
they did not tasto any honey tlnoiigh those
politicians. Tho colored brother wants
"Do you look for any political division
among tho colored men?"
"Colored men, moro than ever, aro begin
ning to think and act for themselves. Tho
Republican party mado 0110 grand mistake.
Whilst It Mas natural for the negro to bo
under great obligation to that naity, it was
a mistake for their leaders to think that thoy
owned tho negroes politically. Ilvcry whero
that 1 have been, In public and In private, I
hear the cohued people sneaking In tho
highest terms of Mr. Cleveland's adminis
"When do you sail?"
"November 1. 1 will go direct to Mini-'
rovla, tho capital of Liberia, mid my wlfo
and chlldieii will accompany mo. And be
fore I finish I want to say that I was required
to give n bond of 50,000, and threo whlto
gentlemen fit Franklhiton, N. C, volun
teered to go on tho same. They we're for
mer slave-owners, and they said as a resident
of our town had been honored by the ap
pointment, It wns meet and proper that tho
bondsmen should como from that place. I
spolio nt Carthage, N.C., Tuesday night, and
all of lho best peoide heard me. I can nssure
jou l appreciate Hits moro man wonts can
imply. In going to Liberia 1 havo Just ono
oblcct In vlow the elevation of my race. I
want to seo them elevated here, and I want
to see them christianized In Liberia. I am Just
about thongo of .Mos when ho went to seo
how his peoplo were getting along. Ho
was about forty, says the ISIblo."
The wlfo of tho lata ex-1'resldcnt lloberls
of Liberia Is In lho city, stopping at 111(1 I
street, also. Hobcils was 11 native of Vir
ginia, nnd a former slave. Ho went to
Liberia and became president.
PVHLW SOItOOI. TJIOUJILVS.
ltcslitcntH of llio .Second Division I'llo
OliiUKiis AKiilnst Tnistoo lllrnev.
The feeling against Trustee lllruey of tlio
second school division has been revived and
the Commissioners have received another
batch of charges against him. 'llio charges
allege that what the parents and citizens of
lho second division feared would happen,
when they requested a revocation of his ap
pointment, has lmppeued. They say that
ho mado changes without any authority
from tho School Hoard, which havo been
Injurious to tho schools. Tliey say those
changes Illustrate tbo hid ctTects ot a reck
less exerelso of tho one-niiin power ou lho
puit ot a school trustco in tho Interest ot
bobbles and favorites.
As Instances of tlio alleged Ill-advised
changos, they my that Mr. illnioy Ins put
1 o,s In tho r-catoii building, nlilcli has been
used exclusively for girls, mid ho has given
Hie boistho better pluygrouudi and accom
modations to tho gills' detriment. Vault Is
also found with his removal ot two eight
grade schools from the Henry totho .Morse
and Twining buildings. It is also alleged
Hint ho has removed an old teacher from 11
thoioiiglily organized kcIiooI to a remote
and undisciplined school, and given lho do
shublo position to a new and favored ap
poli.teo ot his own. Thoy charge that ho
gives promotions to strangers from abroad
lu picfereneo lotho local teachers. Ho has
cetablUhcd 11I110 first ami second grade
trhools where only six aro needed, Thoy
say they know no reason why ho should bo
peiinltted to scalu down tho salaries ot
tome of the teachers to cnablo him to favor
tho gie.il iirmy of applicants he has Invited
to como here fiom tho four corners of tho
ltepiiblle. The piper Is signed by T. A. l.aui
Leit, A.Htut, ll. O. Little, A. W, I'llzer,
pastor Central I'leslivteilan Church; ('. II.
lluigess, John II. 5laJor, Hlehaid Norrls,
pastor Wesley Chapel M. K. Church; K.
llahlwin, It. ll. Dctilck, Alex. Kent, pastor
Unlversallst Church; John llaudolph, V.
H'M. NkiiuI.son, 11 saloon-keeper, for
kicking two faleo and two natural tuethout
i f thu mouth of Kate t'uslck, was, lined
by Judgo Siiell to-day.
THE RIGHTS OF VETERANS.
Int r rest I UK Corrpsiiiiiiileiioa llclwroii
the Union nml Scercliiry Wlillney.
Messrs. IrnM. Hedges of New York
nnd Joseph W. Iny of Brooklyn, mem
bers of llio Veterans' Itlglits Union, nro
nt the Kbbllt, The union win organ
ized In 1882, mid It Is under tho aus
pices of the Ornnd Army of llio llo
publlc. Tlio gentlemen named nljovonro
members of thu exccullva committee,
nml nro liero to confer with tho Gov
ernment nlllclals concerning tho appoint
ment ot disabled Union soldiers, and the
retention of soldiers who nro nlieady hold
ing places. Tho union Is entirely non-partisan,
and no members of tho organization
can apply for or hold nn oflleo. They will
sco the l'icsldetit and urge him lo appoint n
disabled soldier postmaster nt Oswego, N.
. nicy say mai uiey aio vcryiuucii gr.u
lllcd over lho attitude of Secretary I-amar
nnd lho President, who aro treating lho ox
soldlirsfalily. Atoiietlmo it was reported
that Secretary Whitney would not deal
fairly with the Veterans, hut nil doubts 011
that point wcro settled by correspondence.
A sub-commUIco ot tho union mid reused a
letter to Secretary Whitney, from which
the following is an extract:
"The iuidcrhlsiied.il committee npK)hitol
by tlio Kxecut l 0 C'ointnltteo at Its lat regular
meellni! for that purpose, respectfully iwpicst
Hint In tho several navy-yard, mid In tho
Department Kcnci'ally.diioattciitlnn ho itlvcn
lo tlio laws loiieernlnir those honorably dls
charccd from the military or niivnl service of
tho United Mutes clurhiK tlio Into war, either
hi original !iipolii(mcnt lo iKisltlon, or thu
preference to which they nro entitled, It
equally lonipctent, to bo retained when re
duction In force l for any camo mado neces
sary. In this connection we would stilto that
too frequently. In lediietlon of force, tho sol
dier or sailor, honorably discharged, has been
the first, not tlio hut, to ko. U havo been
told when wo hale soiiuht to secure for
thcoincn uri'iiornlly (H'cupylnir osltlnns its
mechanics or laborers) their rlulus under tho
law, that 'tlio toldler and sailor business was
played out,' or have been mlvl'dl to brltnr
Mmn 0110 of the politician from the ward to
plead for t hem. .inch thing nro all wromr.
Tliwo Willi iipMimtiiiff power snoiiiii uiiiier
stand what the law of Preference In such
rases K nnd covern themselves nucnnlliuily.
without milking It requisite to iiro ln1llvM11.il
cases, or to plead for tbee wards of tho Na
tion, when circumstance and their necessi
ties .havo placed them In, ur require
them to seek public employment.
Can wo not ask. with somo hope that our peti
tion meet yourupproval, tint you will lsiionn
01 iter to reach c cry branch of tho Navy Do
partment cuinlnctlio preference which ha
hi en promled by law slneo lfSl, emplial.cd
lu lHitl. nnd never, even partially, enforced
until after this organization became a ueeos
sltj?" 'llil Is not a mutter of sentiment, but ono
(if ticlil; not a question of party, lint one of
111111-1011111. shall we ask lu vain?
Tho leply of the Secretary was as fol
Wasiiimitov, Sept. Si, ISO.
OiiNnxsirx: Your letter of recent date, re
questing that due attention boRlvcu to tlio
claims nr unnorniiiy-iiiscliareeil sol. uers aim
pallors for employment and retention In the
Navy Department and yards under Its control
lias necn leeeiveii. in reply 1 n.ivo 10 s.iy
that It will rIiu me plcniuro at nil times to
Blvo preference to tlioso honorably discharged
from the military nml naval service ot tlio
United State, either for appointments to or
retention In office, as the enso may he, If
equally competent and doscrvlnz. Tho eftorts
of tlioliinnd Army of the Republic to main
tain lu this way the premium on patriotism
displayed by llmso honorably dl'elniwd
soldleis and sailors tiro couimeiidiihlo
nnd shall havo mv hearty co-operatlou.
You may rest assured the fact that n man
l. 1111 honorably dlncharscil soldier will not
militate wralnst hi obtalnlnc employment In
nny of tho establishments under tho control
of the Navy liepaitmcnt: but. onthoeontrary,
tlio fact will boms It has been heretofore)
considered by mo us 11 recommendation In
favor of tho applicant lor tho employment ho
I should bo clad to havo my attention
called to any violation of tho law with refer
ence to this subject.
W. ('. WllITXBY.
Sci rotary of tho Navy.
Tlios, i. odell, crj., chairman; Ueorirn S.
Little, .foscph V. Knviind lieorue I'. Hop
per, biib-Coinmlttee veterans' ltUsht Union.
VJUISOXA X. 3IUXTIOX.
.Tottlngs About ltcsldcnts unit Well
Know 11 Visitors.
Illsuof Iiiblanu of 5Iinnc80ta Is In tho
llisnoi' IucLAM), of Minnesota is at tlio
II. 1). IIOTi'iiKts of Now York Is at
r.iKi.iu 51. Joiinso.n of Cincinnati Is at
Sknatoh Svius of Minnesota arrived at
lllggs lust evening.
lvjL-C0M.1tr.ss.UAN Milks lloss ot Now
Jersey Is at Wlllard's.
Kx-lti:rui:si:NTATivn 51iu:s l'.oss ot
New Jersev Is at Wlllard's.
I. 1' I'LCMMCit and l K.- O'Drleu of
New Yolk aro ut ormloy's.
Hon. J. T. ITpcock, member of Con
gress from New Jersey Is at Wllll.mls.
SiTKitisTKNiinsr or I'oiwtoN .Mails
N. 5Icl)i:t.i., has returned from St. Louis.
5Iii9. II. C. Caiiv died nt her home,
No. 1003 0 street northwest, this morning.
Conoiii'.ssman Scott ot Krlo has
bought for i;Im,C0O 11 dwelling on Scott
Coi-nt Saia of the Trench Legation Is
tho guest ot Mrs. 1'redcrlck Nellson at
5lu. S. 11. Witt, Stale's Attorney at
litchmoiiil, who conducted tho Cluverlus
prosecution, Is in tlio city.
Tnu emiaokmi'.nt of 5Ir. Hurry I.lndcr
nianti, son of tho late director of the mint
and 51Iss .Mario Moiill is announced.
W.N. IIai.dc.min of Louisville, Ky
and William Caldwell, John A. Morris and
J. 51. Hedges of Now York aro at tho Eb
bltt. .Miss 5lAiim Funr.MANof Philadelphia,
who was one of thu bridesmaids nt tlio
Sumideis-l'iiul widillug, left for homo yes
tciday. rosT.Misrni PiuusoN ot Now ork.
Senator 5Icl'hcrson of Now Jersey and os
(loveinor Ingcrsoll of Connecticut nro nt
5ln. L K. ZivMEiutvs, tho matiagar of
O'Neill's Monte Cilsto Company, which ap
peals at tho National Theatre next week, is
ut the Harris House.
It was nimiMH'rsi.v stated that 5Irs.
W. C. Stieel.er of Peoria, 111., was hurt In
11 railroad accident. It was .Mr. Strockcr
who received the Injury.
Mil. llissi'.i.i., the President's former
law paituer, who has been a guest at tho
White House since Friday last, returned to
New Yoik ctcrday afternoon.
LicnrsiM' KonnitT 0. Caiitku, I'. S.
A., formed v of the Fourth Cavalry, Is at
the Ebbltt llouto with 5lrs. Cuter, from
their home at Norm Auincrst, .muss.
.Miss Ji:Nir. I'- HfiMPiliM. of this city
left to-day for Philadelphia, whore sho will
attend the wedding of her friend, 5llss
.Maggie Slech, which takes placo to-night.
.Majiui JIoiutio 1). I.ownv, quarter
master of the Marino Corns, has removed
wlih his family to .Mrs, Dahlgroon's foruioi
home, on 1. street, neur Foiiiteenth, for the
5UJ011 Fiiank V. Tavi.oii, captain of
onoot the light hattcrlosof tho First Aitil
tciy, has 11 leave from Fort Vancouver,
Washington Territory, and It Is moro than
likely that ho will boat his old homo 011
Indiana avenue heforo long.
.Mil. Wuitui.aw llr.iii, Mr. William
llcniv Smith, tho general manger of the
Newvoik Associated Press, and 5lolvlllo
14. Stone of tlio Chicago AYk'j aro at tho
Aillngton. They como through from Now
York on tbo nleht opress on business eon
ncetiil with their luteiests in tho National
T poBraplileal .Machine
5Ii-is Cauiiik 51. lUiiiui:, eldest
daughter of tho lata (icuoral Jauios A.
llaidle, luspcctor-lleiicral of tho Army ,was
married ut Fort Davis, Texas, last Tuesday
to Lkiitenant John 51. N call, Fourth Cav
alry. Tho w eddlng took placo ut tlio quar
ters of her brother, First Lieutenant Frauk
II. Hurdle, Third Cavalry, and was per
formed by Koy Father Montuuarell.l ot tho
GHOULS AND GHOSTS.
"The Critic" Artist's Night in
HOW IT TOLD ON HIS NERVES
.Medical Students llnsy AVIth Their
"Scu those two fellows coming across
the slrret? They've got n fresh 'stilt'
nnd nrc on their way up with It now.
That's' llielr wagon standing over (hero
under llinl tree."
This remark wns addressed to Tun
CiiiTic nrllst by u medical student ns
the two stopped In front of an arched
door lending Into ti narrow alleyway
between two houses near tho heart of
tho city. Tho nrtlst wns, upon Invita
tion of "his inmtlcal frlcMil, accompanying
him lo tho colicgo dissecting room to satisfy
a morbid curiosity. A cold, drizzling ralu
was fulling, mid the night was a gloomy
one. A dim light from a flickering g.is
lamp on tho block above was all that saved
the surroundings fiom total darkness, yet
It was enough to show that ono of the men
pointed out by tho nrllst's friend carried a
heavy load actoss his back. The two wlerd
looking figures moved noiselessly forward
and wcro within 11 fow feet of lho artist and
Ids friend before they discovered tho two
standing In front of tho very door they were
about to enter. Slopping suddenly, the
fellows wcro on tho point of retreating
when tho medical student said "1'hat you,
Sandy? Its all rigid, como ahead."
A I'ltUSIt "SIIISEU.
Tho men slopped imon hearing this and
again camo forward. Tho student then
walked up tho narrow alloy followed
closely by tha artist. To the nrtlst t'10
gloominess of tho night was doubly Intcnsl
fled when ho entered this dark passago fol
lowed by tho two strango men bearing tho
corpse of a human being". Tho very Cchoot
the footsteps In the passage made his artis
tic hair assume tho perpcudlcular, and he
wished he hadn't como.
Emerging from tho alley the student led
tho way up a rickety stairway that creaked
hideously with the weight of the quartette
Ouco while ascending tho nrtlst glincod
back, but tho sight of that Ungainly bundle
homo 011 the shoulders of tho two men was
anything but reassuring to his nervous sys
tem. When lho top of the third flight ot
these groanlug stairs wns rcarncu a iioor
was opened and the student and his friend
entered a sort of nnto-chamber where a
dozen coats and hats were hung upon the
walls. Tho men with tho strango tmiidlo
followed and deposited their load on the
tloor. Whatever it was was enclosed hi a
liugh sack of unbleached cotton. Immedi
ately tho men wero surrounded by a crowd
"What Is It, Sandy, moke?"
"fiopd frC6h one, Sandy?"
"Not from .Montreal, Is It Sandy?" and a
dozen other questions wcro put to 0110 ot
tho men, a huge fellow with shaggy red hair
'No, taint no moke, and It's fresh and it
didn't die of smallpox. It's a 'shiner' and a
full (rro-.vn one Oulv burled two days.
It's the fellow you read about lu tho papsrs
the Other day got shot," answered Sandy,
Tlio artist afterwards learned that tho
"shiner" ot tho nhouls' vocabulary slgnlilos
"whlto man." Untying the sack, Sandy as
sisted by tho other mail pulled from It u
naked corpse Tho ghastly sight playel
havoc with the steadiness ot tho artist's
knees, nnd ho felt relloved when his friend
conducted him Into llio next room, a largo
apaitnicnt next to tho roof uuplnttcrod
and tho rafters above braced at intervals
with upright Joist.
S INI'I-UASANT HEUTINO.
Here were a number ot ruilo tablos mado
of hoards resting upon logs of uuplauod
timber. Upon ono near tho centra of thu
loom laid n corpso around which stood 11
group of students listening to the words of
one of tho faculty, an old man w Ith glosses,
who held a scalpel In ono hand. Ills sleeves
were rolled up, nnd he was cutting and ex
plaining lit the sniiiii time. 1 11 the piesuuco
of so many and under the Influence of an
abundance ot light the nitlst grew bold
cnousli to ucnr lho group. He saw tho
empso was thai of iiwoinaii.nllgtitnitilatto.
A cut had been mado across tho lower part
of the chet, another running from tho
throat down until It intersected tho (list.
The Haps wero laid back, exposing the libs
and upper part of the diaphragm. A strange,
slckciilng-swcct smell pervaded tho iitmos
phcro of tho loom as from chemicals of
somo sort, and tho artist found himself
possessed of an uucoiiquerablo disposition
At another table ft student was lntentl)
Cd$smv y 1
nt work scraping the dried flesh from a
(Lull with a piece of glass, while at the
opposite end stood a student who, while
sawing through the femur bono of a colored
mini's leg, cheerfully litunnied, "Tit-Willow."
Another student was loud lu his
calls for Sandy.
"Sandy I I say, Sandy I ! Whero tho
devil did oti put myltiiiu? I've hunted
this looker' over iilid'eaii't llnd them.
"They're In ver box alongside o' Mr.
.tniirscs liver, thcro hi tlio corner," answers
Mr. Jones, the owner of the llvor referred
to by Sandy, wns thu artist's friend who,
with coal oft nnd sleeves rolled up, was
soon engrossed lu the mysteries ot the
Tho nrtlst giew bolder In time and took
Independent excursions about the room un
til he suddenly rim against a grinning artic
ulated skeleton hanging from n rafter In a
dark corner of the room. This unpleasant
meeting deprived him of all further ambi
tion to explore, and ho returned to Ids
frlind, who was el 111 at work on his liver.
The student wns evidently in love not only
Willi Iris profession, but with that particu
lar piece ot carcass.
Nunviivixa i-i.oon noon.
f.lciitcniiiit Derby NulMlcd with til 11
Iteslill or tlic llxploslon.
Nr.w Yohk, Oct. 111. Lieutenant Derby
begnu yesterday the work of stirvolng
Flood ltoek to determine tho effect of Sat
urdays explosion. Divers wcro scut down
ovir the "Nlugcr Head" sit slack water, and
Ihcy reported that the rock was cut up by
llsstn cs, some of them largo enough to allow
tho men to descend Into them ns far ns was
piudent. In others the sounding rod was
thrust down a distance of over eight feet
fiom the surface ot the rock. Thlseonllrms
Lieutenant Derby lu tho opinion that the
explosion was a success, and that It accom
plished Just what was expected. "Tho
ledge Is thoioiiglily broken up," said lie;
"and In fact It has continued to settle ever
since tho explosion. Wo don't caro If thu
f ingiiicnts nrc Inrge e would rather llnd
llieiii so; for If lie can get n chain around
them wo can lemovo them muio econom
ically. It will cost less to remove 0110 rock
weighing fifteen tons, or even more, than It
win to iiaiiuiu 11u.11 n dozen fragments 01 1110
same aggregate weight."
The work of examination will ho con
tinued steadily. The divers enn work only
11 tdioit tlmo everyday at slack water on
account of tho strength of the tide, so that
It will requite something liko three weeks
to complete tho woik. Tho channels
through the basin nro perfectly clear, and
In lho samo condition, except for some
changes In the strength and direction ot
eunents, that they wcro previous to tlio ex
plosion, and the work of the cngluoers will
notlnlerfcio In any way with tho free pas
sage of vessels. Tho engineer ollleers h.ivo
giicn permission to such as desire to re
move anything nicy ciioose irom tue isianu
except tho timber front of the old pier, su
that they tako the stuff away before the
(loicrniucnt forces are ready to begin work.
Nothing that icmuins has stifllf lent value to
make it worth while to try to sell It, and
the lubois of the (iovcruineiit will bo
lightened by the removal by private parties
of nil thing that they covet. (Icncral New
ton spent some time oil tho rock yesterday
lu consultation with Lieutenant Derby and
olhcis, and left for Washington last night.
Voiy few persons lilted thu Island yester
day, exct id those whoso business made it
nccessaiy to do so, nnd tin harvest of tho
Astoria boatmen was practically ended.
r,.tsr xwnrs .sroi.r.
nrciit Alarm mid C'oiisldoriiblo Diim
ni;o In tbo South.
Savannah, Oa., Oct. Iff. Tho storm of
yeslciday and last night picrallcd with
great violence, causing fear that tho sad ex
perience ot 'M would bo repeated. Fortu
nately tho wind did not reach disastrous
propoi lions and consequently thcro was but
llltlo dnmasro In the city. Tlio rice planta
tions In the neighborhood were severely In
jured. It was estimated that previous
stoi ins cut yield It) per cent., and promi
nent planters now think that the cut crop
not housed bus been bwept uwuy. One of
Hum said this morning that tlio damage was
No reports havo yet been received from
the South Carolina side ut the Savannah
lllvcr, but It Is probnblo that there aro
equally ns heavy losses there At Tybco 11
strong noitheast wind on Saturday night
nml Sunday morning amounting almost to
a liuirlcauo caused the highest tide in tho
river ever known there since lSil. In that
island tho Inhabitants took fright and lied
precipitately. No serious damage was dono
around the city, however, and no great
Injury has been 'icported. The roads wero
badly washed, and 11 serious washout de
No icports of damage to shipping yet
been received, though somo losses are an
ticipated beyond the injury dono to tho rlco
ciop. Tho sky is still overcast, but tho
wind has shifted ami tho storm Is thought
to bo about over. A cold spell Is antici
pated alter clearing weaiuer.
ir.irwt- u'ohks j:xtj:xsiox.
Jlnjor Lytteclicr's Ituport Tin) liecout
5!aJor LydecLer has submlttod to the
Chief of l'.nglnecis his report of operations
during September on tho water-works ex
tension. I'apld progress was made ou the
dam nt tireat Fulls, and nil tho critical
poitlon of tho work has been accomplished.
Tho principal gap w as closed, and the con
struction of masonry uud liiiugof cuplug
Tho usual rate of progress was main
tained on tho tunnel, although the
woik ot lining has been discontin
ued, whenever posslhlo, to ; economize.
Work on the now icservoir progressed nt all
points. The oust conduit has boon arched
for -I1H nml the west conduit for S05 foot,
lho offensive matter from tho Soldlors'
Homo ruvluo has been carefully removed
nud the bottom of tho stream covered wltli
clay. 1 ho grading nud paving ot the slope
of tho dumlias been completed nearly 1 1
tbo wuter Hue. Operations will rout lime
during October on nil branches of tlio work.
51uJor L decker bus made a report upon
the accident which deprived the city ot.i
lurgc sliniooi us water supply lor one or
two ilujs luM mouth. He says that on Sep
teiuhei !;, at iilmut 5-a. m., an cuonuiiH
leak suddenly appeared over thu line of
mains bringing lho water supply to the
city. Tho three mains lmlng side by side
great dllllculty was exporleneeil, lu iwcr
iiiliilng which ot the threewas leakim;. The
leal; was flnully located In the largest
main, from which 11 piece HO by '.'i inches
hod been blown. Tho break wns repaired
Ly jacketing tho pipe with 11 piece of h.ilf
Incli Wilier Iron, four feet square, held ill
place by six heavy wiought-lion b.inda. A
thickness of oue-qiiiirter Inch of slice! lead
was Inclosed between the Jacket and pipe
and caulked. Thlity-slx hours elapsed ho
tweeu the disco) cry of the loalt ami the
completion of the repairs. Two valve
broken ill tin mug off the supply nro being
a riuKiti' onntsit.
Dire, lions -Iiioil fur tho Cure
.Major Dye has Issued a circular to the
police force, which was prompted by tho
several recent deaths hi station-house colls.
He calls their oipoctul attention to soctloiu
CO and 1)1 ot the police manual, one of
which provides a course of temporary
treatment of prisoners who aro suddenly
stricken with apoplexy, and tho other pro
vides that if nn officer is ubseiit without
leave, ho enn not only bo dismissed, hut ho
enn ho docked two days' pay for every day
he Is so absent. He also says that lu eases
of apoplexy or extreme drunkotinoss, ti
police surgeon should bo sent for, and tho
cell ot tho nisii should bo froqiieutly
visited uud his condition Inquired Into.
SIxM foui new
ca-cs of suidl-pox lu
VOTING IN TUB RAIN.
tlio Ohio Election Is Pro
gressing. CLOSE FIGHT IN CINCINNATI.
1'riihllitltiiii Voto .SuliI In tin
fsniiillcr TI11111 llviiccled,
Cincinnati, Ocl. 111. At U o'clock
llils morning n gentle, dewy rnln wi
(lLstllllnj; on Hie heads of policemen,
newspaper reporter, houseless wan
derers nnd Imliitei! couples going home
from tlio ball, lly daylight It lmil bu
eonie 11 stonily down-pouring ralu. At
the dlHerc'iit preclnctH no illlllcttlty wnvi
experienced lu installing the Judges. Tim
distance Hags were planted, but In most ot
the precincts nt less than tho required 100
ficl. Some uf them wero not over !o feet
fiom the polls.
Ticket-holders stood for n wlillo outside
of the limits and peddled ballots from un
der their dripping umbrellas, but in less
than half an hour they had encroached upon
the forbidden ground and In most eases
they entile clear up to tho polls, Ticket
holdcis of the ttepiibllcnn and Democratic
persuasion were abundant everywhere, hut.
tlio-c ot tho Prohibition faith wcro scarco
and timid, Ileglslratlon seems to work
successfully, 'lucre have been some bad
breaks, due to the novelty of tho plan aitl
the luoxperleiieoof tho plan and the Inex
perience of the Judges.
a i.aiioi: von: i-oi.i.t:i.
lleports from n largo number of prceliir.U
at 11 o'clock this forenoon show that thu
two pai ties aro polling a largo and early
vote and that tho Prohibition voto will ueo.l
heavy reinforcement) If It shall reach thu
llglires set by lho enthusiastic loaders ot
that paily. I hero Is considerable scratch
ing bilng done on both the State un.l
At 110011 the sun shnno brightly, and thu
Indications were that the afternoon would
bo clear and pleasant.
At I o'clock about ono-li.ilf of the voters
of Hamilton County hud east their ballots.
Two 01 three lights have occurred, hut
nothing of 11 serious nature lias been re
poitcd. There nro many drtiukon m-n oil
the streets, nud It Is posslblu thorn will boa
breeze befoic night.
Ihu election to-day Is for State officers,
members of both branches of the Loglsla
turo and county officers, nud lho peoplo
will nlo vote upon proposed nmciiJuicuts
to the Stnlc constitution. Tho now Logls
lnlurc will elect a United States Senator 1 1
Miccccd John Sherman (llcp.l, whose term
will oxplio in .March, 1". The last Li fi
lature was Democratic 011 jolat ballot i)
twenty-six majority, Tbo constitutional
iiincudmeiils siibmllteil to tho people pr
peso to iimeuil Aitleles 1, 11 and 10, so us 1 1
provide for holding elections for Stak' and
county officers on tho first Tuesday af'cr
the HrVt 5Ionday hi November.
Tim State Tiehot l.olnjr Scfiilchi' 1.
T01.1.110, Ohio, Oct. 13. At It oVIoiik
the weather Is eloiidv and threatening.
Voting Is proceeding very qulotly. The p.ill
will be light, as many of both parties aro
lalng away from tho polls. 5Iueh
scratching of the legislative ticket is being
done on botn sides, f'olltlcnl experts nro
unable to mal.o predictions.
The general opinion Is that I foully will
carry Luetis County. Wade, Democrat, for
sheriff, and the rest of county ticket inlxud.
Aglyiill Vote In Ch-vclniiit.
(Ji.cvOsu, O., Oct. I.I. At uoou halt
of the number ot voles registered had boi'ii
polled, and thcro will be a very full voto,
which greatly encourages llcpubllcau.
Tilt netting oil Ohio,
The various pool-rooms to-day wcro
crowded, ns usual, but tho crowds wero
gloomy. They gave 110 thought what
ever to tho Ohio electlou,
but were sorry that It raluol
at Covington and tho Latonla track. So
pools wcro sold or even offered at tho dif
ferent rooms, and tho only Information
from Ohio down to ":'M p. in. was that thcro
was no news yet, except that It had beou
raining pictty much nil over tho State.
A Silver Hull fur IMilrnso.
Ciiic.Kio, Oct. 13. Tho loader of the or
chestra at Hoolcy's hoard nn unusual sound
at the back ot the houso last ulght ai, ho
was directing lrU iniisiclaus through an
overturn from "Nanon." Tho overture
went by tho board with 11 dull, sickening
thud, nud lu a moment the musicians wore
wildly chasing the notes of "See, the Con
quering Heio Comes." Then the members
of tho Chicago llascbull Club tiled In and
snt doivu in the lower boxes on either side
of the stage Nat (loodwln nud h! com
pony pvomcu m this clever bit of u-lu-r-tlslng,
for tho houso wa pacl;ort. Then;
wcro cat-calls unil chceis for the c.ub.
After part of "Tho Skating Mnl;" h.ld n.'Mr
glven (loodwln stepped uver to the x
whoro Captain Alison sat nud In a funny
speech presented the club with n silver ball,
explaining that the ball would have b -:i
gold had It not heeu for the gloom on 111.
giver's bunk account. Captain Anon link
lho bull and the club took Its departure
without making a speech.
Lonuon, Oot, 13. 5Iinlstor llrlss.m -i,
the llcpubUtau majority In the r'lcu-h
Chamber will be ISO.
The Carolines negotiations area e.cuplet j
Cholera has broken out 011 .1 French 111 m-ot-war
Tho Duke of Hamilton's 5Ilss .lummy
won tho Cleunvell slal.es nt Newmarket.
Piiiiicll picked out sl of tho seven candi
dates nomlnntid b the Cork Convention.
Yir.WA, Oct. 1M. A dispatch icclvcl
from Sophl.i states that tho Turkish g.uri
.on of Sulonie.i is now iiiai'iliing
nuithwtird toward the Ilulirailui
fi culler and tho Bulgarians have thrni 11 ii
ciiticiiehinciits at positions where they pro
pose lo uwult nny attack.
An xiijtUtiii uiiniioiit iii I'ei-n.
Lumkis, Oct. 13. Tho Eugllsh guiihoit
Dwarf was driven mhore at Uolheil din
ing a violent gale this morning. Tli 1 h
nil landed In safety. Tho vessel Is lu .1 1, 1 1
position, and, should tha galo continue, s'i .
will probably prove a total loss.
Senator Kustls Kctlrviit.
Senator J. 11. Gustls of Louisiana .m.i, 1
at the Arlington this morning. 1
sentnttve of Tub Cumr met hhu as h o
coming out from tireakfust, but the I mi 1
aiilan positively declined to be Intel no) c 1.
He, however, did sny that he expected to 'o
hero several dsys, ln'it that lie should 'c m -
nipled entirely with private iusme.
Scuntof Suhliiin "nliliui't."
Senator Dwlght 51. Snblu ot .Miuuesota,
who arrived fiom New Vork yostcrday
nioruhiL', put In a busy day lu the Depart
ments, dined wth Scnaloi aud 5lrs. Logan
uud spent Hie eicning with thorn at 'Calu
met," their new homo on tho heights. Sen
ator Siibln expects to leave for .Minnesota
Tills till' tlio Monument.
The new mcuillle tips lobe plncod In tln
W ashliigloii Monument root to arrest this
lliihinhig, havo nrilvod, and nro being
placed In position.
ltlHiiilHtit ll.v tlio 4Si'iiuil Jury.
The grand iury to-day dlsmlssod tho fol
lowlug cases: John Lyon, embezzlement
1 harlcs U. McCauloy, ars.ou,