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Tiicdtod In Tho Critic JJ Tlmc.'i for '"c.
l&TH YEAll-WUOLE NO. 5,308.
WASHINGTON, J). 0., MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, J 885.
PRICE TWO (JEXTri.
I ri Hj w w A l X' fir i 1 1 i 1 J iij 1 S 1 1 j
Woodward & Idoruuoi'.
While we do not like to
i,ny so, wc know that three
of the best things in our
Silk Department, viz:
Mack Silk Faille Francaisc,
Black All-Silk Rhadamc,
Black All-Silk Mcrocillcux,
for which our price is $1.25
ier yard, cannot be bought
elsewhere in this city less
than $1.50 per yard. We
have evidence of this from
our customers, and think it
only just to ourselves that
we apprise the trade of this
fact and the low prices that
WOOINVAltD . LOTHHOl.
Uiiprcteelontod l.iulli's' Olnlli.
We have never had any
thing that proved to be such
a "card" as the 54-inch La
dies' Cloth at 75c. per yard,
Hence we have styled it the
"Unprecedented L a d i c s'
The head of this Depart
ment says, Don't advertise
it; it sells itself. We don't
advertise a thing merely for
the sake of pushing it off,
but for more valid and bet
C'olnia, Mack, Brown, Myrtle, Navy, two
similes of Oarnctnml Iiurk Orar, Wo.
Eight patterns to select
from, beside the colorings,
in the 50-inch Raw Silk, at
Coc. per yard.
Ten styles of Curtain Poles
in different woods, with ham
mered brass, ball, spear and
wooden ends, at $1.
An elegant line of Antique
Laces in great variety, from
8 to 50c. per yard.
We guarantee no furnishing
house can offer better value
for the price; if so, we will
refund the money paid.
(third floor: tako Iho clovalnr.)
ooowAiti) $, Lorunop.
An indisputable bargain
in this Department is a 19-
inch Silk velvet at $1 per
yard; never sold for less than
$1.25 previous to this offer
ing. Colors Navy Blue,
Red Brown, Olive Brown,
" Myrtle, Garnet, Bronze,
Royal.Saphir, Maroon, White
and Cream, $1.
(1 Irst lloor list on tlio loft )
WOOIWAHD .t UH'lIKOr.
Two TohuI lliirfriilns.
Most prominent as good
values in Towels is a 20x40
Double Huck all-linen, with
knotted fringe, at 25c, and
18x36 Bleached all-Linen
Huck Towel at 10c. each.
For a full money's worth of
Towel we have offered none
(1 Irst floor first on tho light)
w oomvAHu a i.oninor.
I.ndlc k' Colored Walking Mtlrtrc.
If you anticipate making a
purchase in the above-named
goods, you can do no better
than visit us and examine
this stock, which is the best
yet shown, and the prices
are below those of last sea
son. Where the price re
mains the same the standard
of quality has been im
proved. lino Wonted Knit Skills,
1 Ino Council 1 olt bklrts,
l'ino All Wool llatmel bklrts,
1 Ino l'urmei's Satin Skills.
1 Ino Quilted llottom Satin Skirt ,
In a variety of colors and
qualities at an equal variety
of attractive prices, from
50c to $10.
Occond llnoii tako tho clov iloi )
WOODWAUI) & I.orilUOl'
We are showing an un
usually fine stock of Linings,
which we keep in close
proximity to our Dress
Goods, Velvets and Silks,
rin order to facilitate match
ing the different fabrics, and
believe we have a suitable
lining for almost everything
we keep needing the same.
DK.-MiinUii' Cumbrles 111 Mack nnil colors,
'nt 10 Wo show nlMi"iiuptlinnl" bl ick
iinnhilo ut 80, which wo ituuiuiitooii fust
black 11ml not tomb,
Best JinelUh Twilled Mloslas Sloper yard,
Iovvcr.irrailes, l.'Manil lie
(liny linen for waist llnlinr, firmest possible,
1 iiuiHT'H snilu 01 It.illan Cloth, in Link
and color, i.ho.
Hitter eiuulltlcseif blucks nt 13, 60, am, 75,
IP, and 31 jm d
I In 11 l. nviis, for skirt bottoms, In bhicJk,
f-nii, llcht biowniuul white
silk finished I t'liu. ooloiod nnil black Tullor
WIphih mid a variety ot ottioi iltoss lliiln.,
iicussui h s
U Irst llooi ; foot of utnli way .)
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Boston Dry Goods Houso
oxj: ritioi: oxi.y,
vm I'cun. a, u. 0 n ritrcot
Now Appointment Clerk for tlio Po3t
TITO PRESIDENT'S CALLEn.3.
An Important Postal Decision by Mr.
COAST STJBVEY BOANDAL3
GENERAL AND PER30NAL.
Tlio President to day appointed:
l'ostmasters: 1). C. Hopper, Contrcvlllc,
Jltl.; C. W. Itoby, I'orthinel, Oregon; J. M,
King, Know Hie, Tenn i J. I. Struct. I'urk
Cllj, Utnli; Julius Held, l'ort Worth,
Tiaos; Albert Wntklus, Lincoln, Nob ; I)
1'. Uioatani, Nashville, Tcnn.j 1'. I). Mln
nlcl;, Vllll'cn, Iowa; J, 1). Pratt, Ipswich,
Dak.; Warren 1'crlay, Urndfiml, Musi.;
(leorfro Ilcck, I.lcnnoro. Cnllfornin; J. A,
I'mnlcr. htonnslmri'. Neb.: It. K. Hen-
ilcrcnn, Murfrccsborougli, Tcnn.; W. I..
Noiton, lullnlioiuii, Tenn.; William Hchor
morliorn, Iludton, Mich.; W. (J. Slmlz,
llejnoldsvlllc, l'cnii.; Abrnlnm Hose. Vln
ton, Iowa; l'arlov Sheldon, Anici, Iown;
,1. S. Flnlejv Holly Springs, Miss.; W. I.,
fccolt, Modesto, California,
Exnmlnod for Promotion Lieutenant
John ,1. Hunker, 17. S. N,, who Is now at
tached to tho Michigan, on tho Northern
lakes, h belni; examined to-day at tho
Nay Deiiartineut lor promotion to
SubsldoncoorthoOlio'ora. A (lull ru
port, dated October 1, describing tho i;cn
iral subsldcnco o( tho cholera at Marseilles
and Toulon and Its dlsipncaranco from
Cotto, has been received by tho fcccrctiry of
htato from United States Consul Trank II.
Tho PrcBltlont Accoptd an Invltitlon.
Health OniccrTounshcnd and Dr. Tonor
called upon tbo President lo-day to Invito
him an bchult of tbo American .Medical As
soc litlon to attend tbo eomentlou to bo
held In this city Dcccmbci 8. Uhu Presi
dent promised to attend.
Tho Fortifications Bonrd. Tho l'ortl
(Icatlons Hoard, appointed In accordance
with tin act of Congress to consider .coast
and harbor fortification and defenses, will
meet to morrow at tho War Depirtment to
iicclo tbo reports of tho subcommittees
mid compllo a report to Congress.
Chlof Buohyhoad Dopartg. Chief
Dushihcad left (or Mnseiceo, I. T., on Sit-
tuday to meet Indliu Commlsstonci Atkins
villh tbo other chiefs of tho nations there,
and dlcuss tho aulan fill cutting of timber
In tl.o Territory by tho whlto men and tho
rcnwal of Intruders from tho Territory.
Tho Poi'rfUco Appolntmont Clork.
Mr. James A. Voso, who for sixteen
j tars lias bceu appointment clerk of tho
Postofllco Dcpaitmont, was to-lay trans
ferred to tbo imlslon of Files and lloconls,
in the Postiuastci-dcncial'sonico, and .Mi.
James Cronley of Buffalo, '. Y,, appointed
Precautions Against tho Smallpox.
Tbo Surgeon-General of tho Marino Hos
pital SerUeo Ins rccclud n letter from Sur
geon Austin, who has visited tho inspection
frervlco at Montreal and on tbo Camdlia
frontier. Ho lcporta tint oery possible
precaution is being taken to guild against
tho Introduction of smallpox luto tho United
Tho Local Olllcos. A prominent local
Democrat predicts tint the federal of
fices in this city arc to bo filled simulta
neous!) at n data not more than two weeks
distant. This opinion is not gcucially
elnred. Tbo report that Mr. Townsbcud, a
fon-ln-law of Congressman Seott of I'onu
sjlvanla, is u caudldato for Marshal, Is con
tradicted at tbo Whlto House.
Hequo3tod to Roslffn. Somo tlmo ago
a man named Pjuo was appointed poot
muster at Vinton, Iowa. His recommenda
tions wcia of th best character, and nothing
against him was known. It wusdhcocred,
how ccr, that bo bad been guilt) of Wolat
Imr tbo pension laws and defriudlng o
soldleis. Ho was requested to resign, and
to-day Abraham Hose, a eter.iu of tho luto
war, was appointed In his stead.
A Monumont Bollor-IIouao. Hid?
wcio opened by Colonel Casey to diy for
tlio confati uctlon of astouobollci-housouear
tbo Washington Monument. Iho bidders
were as follows: Wm Bradley, JOJO'S;
I'r.uik Baldwin, $8,GU0; Imimcrt ,: IIcUlo),
SS,rjS; N. J. Acker, $8,?JS: James .Mc
Kulglit, S,e03; U. O'l.carj, $S,bb'J, (Jeorgo
M. Ilanlson, $'J,bJl; Hajden A lliirkonlt
of New York, $10,0-11, and JI. A. Mcdowan,
J10,490. Win. Bradley of this city was tbo
An Important Postolllco Doclslon.
At tho request of tho l'ostmustct-liuncr.il,
Attoruej-litncral (larland Ins dell) ered an
opinion upon tlio question whether In tho
caso of a postmaster whoo ofllco Ins been
Presidential, but tbo iccelpts of which hao
so fallen oil as to reduce tho oillco to tho
foul th class, a change tan bo made buforo
thopostniustci's term oplres, whou no
charges hao been mado against him 'Iho
Attoinej (icucial decides tbutsueh tlnnaes
can bo mado. This opens the way for muio
Dcmociatic postmasters of thofourtu-cluss
Coost Bti-voy Scanduls. Among tho
lalw-t contilbiitlous to tho Coast Sunoy
scandal Is tbo rumor (hut charges of smug
gling uui) bo preftirod against eniplojes
who baoso!d to tho surc) drawing nn
tcilals, etc., which they brought Into tho
counti) as peitonul pionerl). One tlieur
of Iho ileln) in nppoliitliig a now eupciln
tcmluit Is tint tho President deslies to hao
thebiiiFiiu legislated out of existence, tlio
Nine) of iho Coast euti listed to tho N'my
Dipaitmiiit and tbo tioodello burey trans
fciied to tlio lutcilor Department.
Iho Prosldont'a Callers. Among tho
Pitsldint's callcis today wero Comiuls
tUnti Vdmonds, I'eur-Admlial Ttmplo and
Sli John liosr f I.ngland, benutois Vooi
hecs and Hi , ltqiceiit;UIos Ward,
'lujloi, I!)iiui bpilggs, Vooihecs, Cilsp
and llidlentliie, Solicitor MeCue, W. W.
Icth of PennsUaulJ, (leorgo Junes of
Konsis, N. S. lunjon, James Shc.ikloy of
PumsUwinlii, William Tnjloi uf Ilodou, I,.
11. 'liittle, M. II Bowles of L'ttih, It Patlln
ofXew Voik imdM .Mcaghti iiIUiool.l)ii
An Eventful Day nt the- Whlto Homo
It was uti icntful day nt the Whlto
House, Tho public leetpllon, tlio locep
llon of Iho Picsbjtcilau b)nod and ,i 10
low of tbo lolored Udd l'ellows proees
Klon, weio fkul for Iho samo bom and tho
KillUlon wus piodiictlto nf iiuiucroiis
iimiislnglucldeiits Tliudlgulllod clcrg)iun
bad to wnlt In tbotoiililiirwhllo lliainiblio
lecepllon wint mi, mid tho twtut) lodges
of Udd l'ellows waited In tbo grounds and
stlttl Willi bauds phi)lug wbllei tlinfjiunl
wasp.i)luglts icniicits. 'Iho leceptlon of
tho f)liod was liifoimal, tlio present itlons
who mado by liov. Dr. llartlott, and a
fiw mometits were ipent liicoiiverutlon,
JlhuPitsldeiit then walked out on Iho inr
Ilto mid stood bctwpcu Sergeant Dlimuoro
rtnl onii of tbo muisbals whllo tho twenty
local lodges of Odd follows marehod by
In ccUbrntlon nf tho tlilrly-nliith nuiil
crsaI) ol colored Odd fellowship in Wash
ington. Troubleeomo Immlffranto. Tlio In
teiloi Dcpullment Is nt a loss to know
what In do with some Crco Indians that
hoo cros'id Into Molilalia from British
America, bringing polls suppose I tolnva
I ten captured dining tho Itlel mid Big
Bear rebellion. The) ennnot bo retiirnoil
uulenn tbo Cnuadiaii tloM'rumcnt applies
Water WorUo Eitlmatoi. Tlio fol
lowing llgiircss'iow Iho amounts of original
contracts for tlio now waterworks, with
tbovailatlons from them that lino been
litccsarry on nccountof cliango in origin il
plans and unexpected dilllciilttcs in
(Wintered: Ordinal appropriation for Great
fall's dam, $ns,lfil; nclunl cost, socral
thousand dollars less. Iho original apiiro
prlatlon for tho Umncl was iSYSfi 1 1.50.
fstlmatcd cost. July, 18S."), JW)V"-1.
Bnlanco needed to compltto work, $.i'i I,
6S7.C1. Thoorlglml apprnprlatlon for tho
new rescnolr was $4'llJ'J7'.l.i.j; ootlmated
cost, Jul), 1FS.',, $(,'J),()J" 80. Balanco
nccilcd to complctu work, $VJ l,.J!2.63.
Tho Bancroft Troaty. Word comes
fiom llorniany that Minister Pendleton's
study of tlio. question of (Icrnnn-Amcrlcan
citizenship nnil tlio xlolntlon of IU rights Is
going to lcsult lu tho hearing of tho com
plaints of (Icrmun-Auicrlcaus whoo rights
hao been Interfered with whllo visiting tlio
iuiiicriami, aim inn a romcii) is io no pro
Idcd If jiosslblo. Minister Pendleton's re
port on tlio subject Is expected at tho Do
lirtmcutof State early enough to afford n
linslsfor u proposition for an amendment
to tho Bancroft trcity. Secretary Bayard
will coir tbo mittci in bis annual report,
mid the President promises to touch upon
tho subject also In Ids annual message.
Minor and Personal.
Dulus I.o Ooro of Illinois lias been ap
pointed special timber agent of tho In
Iho commission of James W. Hcileyas
assistant treasurer nt Chlcigo Ins been
mulled to him, with instructions from
Colonel Kcltou entered upon tho dls-th.i'-ge
of his duties as Assistant Adjutant
General, rtllovlng Colonel Clnuuccy Mc
Kccu'i, who leaves at once for Sau
Iliollfo-slo painting of Thomas Jeffer
son, which Ins hung on tho cast wall of tho
Whlto Houso corridor for somo tlmo, has
been taken down and placed on n platform
in a position whcio it lias a better light.
Xowh from ViiiIoiih hmirtcrf Allout unit
(icucial John Newton, Chief of lhigl
necis, left hcio Siturday night for Now
'I bo tiial of the now 8-Iueli gnus built at
tho Nn)-Ynrd hero has pro cd cry sat
Isfaclorj. I.lcuttnant franklin O. Johnson, Third
Cat airy, Is granted lcao for a month from
f lrbt Lieutenant Tlionns J. Clay, Tenth
Infantiy, has been grautcd tluco mouths'
extension of eltk lcao.
Lieutenant James T. Kerr, Seventeenth
Infantry, has rejoined hlscompiny at fort
YutCB, Dakota, fiom leave.
flist Llcutcnaut William A. Maun, adju
tant Seventeenth Iufautrv, is on lcavo for a
month fiom f oit Yates, llakota.
I'list Lieutenant Levcrttt H. Walker,
Fourth Artillery, Is gianttd six months'
leave, with permission to go abroad.
Sergeant M. K. Nelson, Company C,
r list Infiintr),bns been granted one month
furlough from fort Huathiica, Arizona.
Captain William II. Ilisbeo, fourth Iu
f antr) , has been ordered from f oi t Nlobiara
to 1'oit Omaha, as n court-m irtlal witness.
Lieutenant J. Harrv Duval, Llghtcenth
lufantiy, has been g'rnnttd two months'
leavofrom November 'i, fiom fort Hu)s,
Pilvato Peter Lorenzcn, Company H,Sov
cuth Iiifunt), Is giantcd six months' fm
Iough on rc-cnllstmcut, with pel mission to
Lieutenant Clarence L Deutlcr, Sixth
Iufoutr), his been ordered from I'.vanston,
Wjomliig, to fort Douglas, Utah, for med
Lieutenant Samuel K. Adair, fifth Ctv
nii),is granted ono month extension of
ltav e, w Ith permission to apply for a month's
fui ther extension.
f list Lieutenant John Bixlei, Jr., Ninth
Infantrv, bus been granted leavo for it
month from Nov ember 1, fiomltockSpriugs
Lieutenant-Colonel Wllllim II. Hucker,
Deputy Piijiinster-Gcneral, lias been do
tilled its a member of the lttlrlng board at
Captain Pdwln B. Atwood, assist mt
quarteuna&lcr, is granted leavo for a mouth
from Santa fe, vv 1th permission to apply for
n month's extension.
Mrs. Abraham B Bufllngtoii, wlfo of
Lieutenant Bullhigtou, Seventh Infauti),
jolnid liorliutbaiul at tbo fort Ltaveu
worth Ann) school lust week.
Cuptaln Jnmcs W Pope, assistant qutr
tci master, nrrlvtd nt foit Leivcuwoitli list
'lliuisilnv to icllcvo Captain fonest II.
Hnthavvay at tho Mlllt.ny Prison.
'Iho court which is to tiv Lioutenints
Tillson and Avis, llfth Inf uitry, at foit
Kcogb, MontJiinu, will couveno Noicmbor
HO Instead of November ii as atllrst oidertd.
Brlgadiei-Geucrul Staulc) with fiist
Llcultnant Oskaloosa M Smith, Tncnt
teetmd Infantry, Ids aide dt-camp, bn
gono to foit Davis, To i", on olllclnl busi
ness. Major (In) V. Hcnrv, Ninth Cavalry,
inspector of Iilllo Piactleo Dep.utmcnt of
the Pintle-, Is oidercd to fort Doughs,
Utah, and oilier posts in W)onilng uud Nu
luusha on dill).
lieutenant ltobcrt II. Anderson. Jr.
Moth Iiifantr), has gono fiom fort I.oaven
woitb to Bock Spilngs, Wjomlug, as a
witness In tho taso of Llciitcut f J, fatten,
Cliltf V. nglnccr John Van Hovenbuig died
t-aluidavmornliig on boaid the lioquols, at
Pa) la, Peru llo eutcicd tho scivleo in
August, INil, fiom llrnokl)u, and bocamo
u chief euglucci last wlutei
Post Inleipretcr deoigo P. Cm ry was
killed li) Pilvato Wood, lioon L, heveutli
tnvalr), last buttiidii), at foit lluford.
Dikntu, becauso of tho attentions pild
b) Curr) to Wood's wlfo at a daiico
Ciptaln Ilenr) W. Spiolo and fhsl Lieu
tenant bimiiol W. fountain, Klgbtli I'nv
nlrv, tinth at ban Aiilonlo, Tex , havo bi-oii
oieleii'd to Join tho lespe'etlvo troops In Nuw
Mexico to which the) have recently been
Tlio little daughter of Lleutemiit F.dward
f Gn)lc, Second Artillery, died siiddoul)
labt f lidiiy at Portsmouth, Va , whero l.lou
ttnniit and Mrs. (la)lo were visiting. Dctth
lesulted from eroup, and thofiuicral took
Sergeant Wallei Peabody, Compiny A,
flovtnlh Infantry, bus been granted fort)
davb' fiiiluugli fiom Foit bull). Dak, ami
Pilvato Georiro 'Crockett. Coinnany D,
'lwciit-flflh Iiifunti), six months' furlough
L'oit; Meade, Dak
Lieutenant Colonel Isaac
1). Do Hussy,
fouilecntb Iufautrv, Is president, mid Pilot
Lieutenant Allnn II. Jackson, Soveuth 111
fiinliv, Judge ailvocato of a geueiul touit
niiirtful which eonvened Octobci 1!) at Van
eoiivei llauneks, ali. 'let.
Mno bundled and rft)-live farms In Iowa
nre owned ly woinen.
'Uud SO public llbinilesin Amorlei cojj.
lain moie than 'a,0J,U0J volumes.
'llio lullidbtnles and Tenltorlos, if as
densclv populated as Haxouy, would luvo a
population equal to the present population
ut tbo woi Id,
OUR STATE GALLERY.
Tho Chief Clerk of the Dapartmant
Mil. BEVBLLON A. DROWN.
All Ollklnl of Long llxjicilulico III tlio
HIS VALUABLE BERVIOE3.
Jlr. Sovcllon A. Hiown, the clitot
tlerk of tlio Department of Statu, miy
bo culled tlio ilrnn of tlio rorpi of clilof
clerks of tho Incentive IJcpurtiuuuts,
having seen longer seivlco than any of
Ills nssoclntc?. 3Ir. llrown U a gentle.
ninn of about forty ye irs of ngo, of dig
nified bearing, courteous initnnorH nntl
obliging disposition llo hai lung
&i:veiion v. iir.ow.v.
constituted 111 himself a complete library of
Information on all subjects, diplomatic mid
consular, and his intlmito acquilutanco
with tho personnel and operations of every
branch t)f tho btato Department service at
homo and ubroid.
A native of Cttjugi County, Now York,
ho passed bis bohood and secured his edu
cation lu that region and commenced to
tench school btfoio ho reached manhood,
Through personal acquaintance with Gov
ernorSoward, then bccrctirv of State, bo
was Induced to tomo to Washington lu
18(1 1, and entered upon a temporary clerk
ship in tho State Department tndcr Sec
retaries bewaid and fish ho 1030 through
tho glades of clerkship, and when a va
cancy 111 the chief clerkship oecurrod by
death In 1871 ho was appointed, for llftcon
ears ho lias occupied this lmportiut posi
tion uiidei succeeding admlnlstiatlons and
with maiktd efficiency and success. Ills
I c rin of service has becu longer than tint of
nnv of his predecessors, w Ith ono oxceptlon.
Dining bctietary f.varts' admlulstiatlon
Jlr. Brown was appointed Consul to Bir
mingham, but It was seen tint his loss
would provo such a serious ono to tho De
partment tint ho lcldcd his own desires to
iboso of his fellow ofllcirs and icmalncd at
homo. Jlr. Blown Is a favorite with, news
papermen, whom ho Is ovci ready to assist,
aim thccrfull) gives all tho "items" that
nro not forbidden by diplomacy or the rules
of the Department. Like miny others, bo
isaveiso to uemg orougnt neioro tno puu
llc, but wbtro bo Is so popular and well
known mid tho lcglstcr of tbo Stito Dcp-irt-incut
Is obtainable hols powerless against It.
Social KvrtitH Intorcftllnr; to tlio xVusli
lugtnnlun. The Ladles Aid Assoc! itlon of tho Ni
tlonal Homcopithie Hospital will hold an
eutcitaluincnt and dancing lcceptiim at the
National ltlllcs' aimory on tho '"A Instant.
Tbo imrrhgo of JIIss Bcttlo Ordway, tho
daughter of ticncral Ordnay, and Mr. Ar
thur l'adelfoid of BaltimorowiU bo solemn
ized In a few da)s The Illness of Mr.
Padelford's mother necessities bis accom
pan) lug her abroid, and tbo wedding will
take plueo before sailing, W lieu Mr. and
Mrs. Padclford return they will resldo In
thoprett) houso on Dupont Cliclo, lately
occupied by Minister S. 8 Cox, and
wlilcliwasrtecntl purchased by Mr. Padel
foid. 'Iho marrlago of Maggio fowler to Win.
P. Stearu Is announced for next Wednes
day. VV.KSOXA h 31 J.'.V J'O.V.
.Tottlll;n About Itclilonts unit Woll
CoNOitrpSMvvur.cT Gfoi.oi; fom of
South Bind, lnd , is at Wlllird's.
Hon Thovivs Atkins of Vermont and
Judge D. N. Cooley of low.i aro at tho
WhiivmA. Gvuiccme, recently ap
pointed consul to Martinique, Is In tbo city
Mil. I'. J Sviitii, who is now In (bo
clt), will lepieseut tho 'lltiisvltlo (Pa )
Jliiald at tho Capitol this wlutei.
Mil. J. W. I!virsr, accoiupiiiled by
"Morlztt" and tho "Orator," departed last
cveniug for a week's tour lu Virginia.
Mi.. PiCMiuviot Pambildge, Mass.,
cave uimfternoou itcepllon last Thursday
hi honor of Mr Mnnciiro 1). Conway and
daughter. 'Iho Jllsses Ilenr) of Washing
ton wcro nmong tbo billltaut comptuy of
University peojilo present.
llos. J. f. .Mini i it, tbo Commissioner
of Internal Ki venue, his taken avoir's
lease of -Mr. James f. fitch's hiniUomo
house, No 11103 llhodo Island avenue. Mr.
Miller takes Iho house f'iinlhcd and will
octup) It on or about Novenibci 1.
V1TY UAl.l. xoi'j:s. .
Cleanings from tho t'outt lteemilsb)
Andicw V Hobo) has been accepted ns a
pclll juior in tbo Ciluiliial Court.
Ilenr) .Mason, coloied, wants dlvorco
from licbiKii Muson, complaining that she
descried him eight )cars alter miiiiiigo.
Messrs, Alfred W. f lemming and John S.
Webb, students, were today admitted to
tlio bar upon the I commendation of the
Liniu.i T Van Hook married Anthony P.
Mouls In this city Maieh J, 187,1, and they
lived tngelhui until November, lbTH, when
she i lunges that lie deserted bei. Sho now
seeks divorce and tlio custody of theli two
Hubert Morrison, tiusleo of tho heirs of
Samuel Blodgctt, Jr., doccased, has tutored
suit at law to iccuvei possession of sublets
lift and ml, of original lot 111, tquno 150,
lioithwest coinei of beveuteeuth and P
streets, uud known us a put of tho Blodgctt
Maniigo licenses have becu issued as fol
lows' Hubert J Iliowster and Lollo, Shoe
maker, .John P. Itc-nlc.) and Saiah b.
Biownlng, Douglass ovorly of this city
and Nelllo B, 1 Ictthor of Lowell, Mass.,
Julm C Mvcr and jrargaret Dosehi Bdward
M. Ido of M. Joluisbuig, Vt , and f. mnu J.
Cuutnoi d this tltv, Itlebuid M McGulii
nlss and Mai) K. Mlllci, Moiton Chandler
mid Cornelia Grimes John II Hitter and
Katie Ualfcit, both of Hlclimond, Va.
liidirc l'oiaUi'r'ln .vv Vorlt,
III u no,N. ,Ott 10 Adlnpitchfrom
Jamestown, N. Y , si)s Judge forikcr of
Ohio will speak In that plueo on Wodnes
du) nfleinoou and leavo direct!) afterwuid
foi New ork tit) If tho vvoilher bo
pleiifaut bo will speak lu tho open all, but
otherwise in the Nov clt) Kink,
A7.MI MVXW.tX MTMllS.
llio Cnmplaxloii of Alf.ilrs t'udirsos
Hoinellilug of itlriinsforniitlliiii.
Tclfginplilo mlvlccs fiom S mln Vc,
N. Jl,, nio to llio tllect tlmt llio lawyer
of Hint city, regardless of polllle.il
sjinpntltlcs, linvo united lu n pulllltm
to tho Attorney-General, asking Hint
fuillicr action In llio case of Judge
Vincent bo vrltlibcld iiiilll the Judge cm bo
heard from. George W. Julian and other
leading Democrats nt Santa f o nro reported
ns being confident Hint tho Government
authorities nt Washington havo been misled
In tho mutter. They contend and glvo
proofs to show Hint none of tho disputed
Innd enses cnti tomo before the Juries that
Doisey lind a hand lu drawing.
All of thocn-cs whero Iho United Stitos
Is a party to tho suit must bo brought be
fore the United Slates Court, whltli is hold
in Santa fo County. It is also contended
mm, ii was nt ino personal solicitation oi
prominent rltltens Hint Mr. Dorsey was ap
pointed one of tho Jury commission. The
citizens urged that .Mr. Dorsoy had been
nttlTo In ev er) thine that ttndctl to pi omoto
the wclfaro of Colfax Count), and Is well
known nmong Mexicans and Americans ns
n promoter of harmony httvv eon tlio tattlo
nrd sheep rnlscis who havo been at war
with inch othii.
Tho nlove Information puts tho eiso
In nn almost entirely new light, but
the lust authorities do not think tint
Judge Vincent will bo iclustatcd. Iho
land depattment officials seem to think
that there Is a Irtmo liiid-giabblug sWicmo
going on lu New Mexico, and both Demo
crats mid llepubllcnns aro ch irgod
Willi bilng Implltnttd lu tho frauds
that nro thought to oxlst. Very per
sistent efforts hnvu becu undo to eon
ncct tho Attomoj-Gciitral with tho direct
Inlliicneei Hintsccuicd Judge Vincent's ap
pointment, and some of tho more lccklos
writers hnvo Insinuated that Mr. Garland
Ignored Vincent's rccoid. Others bivo
given out iho impression tint tho prcsiuro
against Iho Attoinc) General was 60 strong
iiiatno woum ic toinpcneii to go out or.
tbo Cabinet it Is said, though, that tbo
tunnies of Jlr (inrhnd will fall, as tho
President las ahw)s liked tho AUonioy
Gtueral and has great eunfldcnco In Ids In
tegrity, and that whllo ho nnv havo bad
somo occasion to dlsa'jrco with film, the re
lations between Mr Cleveland and .Mr. Gn
laudnioof the most pleasant and cordial
J'AISTI 3IAXA()i:itS 11USV.
Democrats nnil liopiihllciint In Ohio
Coiintlni; Until Otlici Out,
Cir.M I.ANH, 0 , Oct. 10. riioDcinociats
and republicans of frinklhi County aro
having nil the) cm do at piosent counting
each other out 1 Irst ono pally claims llio
election of the-lr i utility ticket and then tho
other, and It Is vci) ntipirent tint llicro Is
cinokid work belli'; ilono somewhere.
Tho press spcohl from Columbus to-da)
sajs that tho ltepuhlleiiis refused to bo
counted out on account of alleged erroi lu
tho tall) sheets In precinct "A," thirteenth
wind on bntuiila), nnil still clilmtd the
election of their ticl.cl
This morning the Democritle Committee
announced Hint the) hid again elcctod their
count) ticket, and the Republicans claim
tbatl'liO fraudulent Democratic votes hive
been added to tho tally sheets lu tbo dis
puted precinct. This Is claimed to bo the
boldest fraud ever attempted, and It will bo
thorougbh iuv cttlgatul atonic.
ttepuldli hum nluTvD.
Cincinnati, O , Ott. 10. A special from
ColuniUis to tho i'osfjiijs: Tbo board np.
pointed to canvas3 tho vote of
franklin County, consisting of
two Democrats and ono Itepubllcin,
this morning decided in favor of count
ing the voto of Prccliitt A, fourth
Ward, The judges of election hid
negltitcd to slcu tho poll book
and this gavoilso to the contest Squlio
Mat Martin voted with tho lto
publlian member. Pieclnct A, Thir
teenth Waul, will now bo counted
without further contest. This elects tho
two Hepubllcan inimbcrs to the legislature,
Shipuiei and Ta)Ior,
A special to tbo Biltlmoio .Immrrm
fiom lilthniond si)s: for somo dn)s lust
it has bem understood that Governor Cam
eron has been preparing a repl) to tho at
tacks iiccutly nude upon him by tho Plilli
delpbla JVn. It Is stated that this will bo
given out to morrow What Cameron will
say lu tills intiivicvv, so far as Ills future
Intentions nro louecrued, are unbraced lu
this ktattmenti "Mr. Mnhono, through tho
Philadelphia 'innnd other eliauuels, has
chosen to nttm k my feilty to tho llepub
llcnn ticket. Ho is mlstikcu. I am en
tlitl) and torjlall) lu favor of Mr Wlso
mid tho ticket of which bo is tho held I
havo written and spoken jluajsnnd ovoi)
whtrolnthit behalf; but now, having seen
tho attack on mo through tho Philadelphia
JVrsj and other nuners that General Ma-
hono ronliols, I do not hesitate to siy that
Mr. W. lsn must declare his innocence of any
icsiioiislbllltv foi that attack cm mo !ci-
t onally and pollllcall) , elso I skill rcservo
and use tho light to bo neutral or aggris
slvc, n 1 ma) please, lu tho conlost."
Tlio following gentlemen lnvo been in
vited b) the Deiiioeratle btato Commltteoto
stump tho btutt In tho Interest of tho Demo
cratic ticket Hon Leon Abbott of Now
Jersey. Hon Allen (1 Thiirmiii of Ohio,
Hon. Samuel J Itandall, Hon George West
of Mlssouil, Hon W U lleiuel of Penn
sylvania uucUtiorgo L Couvcrso of Now
A I)cMii'i'nto Voiiiiiii'h Deed.
Ciscinnvti, O, Oct 19. Barney Wcst
pbalen, n laborci residing ut my) Uroadvv .iy,
has of late been abusing bis wlfo most
shamcfiill) List night his biutal treatment
was cv in w oi so than usual. This morning
Viltne8sed a uiicvvil of bis cowardly as
saults . He left for work tbrcutonlng to
uptut tho trealnicnt upon his return, fell
ing tho execution of his threats, tlio wife
driven todespeiutlon hurled their two-)e.u-old
child freiin tho upper stoiv of their liouso
to tho giound, and leaped uftei it hersulf
Until ino in a diugiious condition. Tho
Luebauil will le arrested.
visTMCT aovj:iiX3ii:xr .:ir.s.
Mnlloit lliliiKriiulilaiiil b) tlio Cum-
II S. Htnklc i. Ilro lnvo been granted
permission to urn a switch fiomtho II il O
iiillrood Into sqtiaro 711, first sticct, be
tween M and N sticcts noithcabt.
11, T. Tnlleil bus requested tlio C'ommls
slonti8toliiiludolnlhelrsthedilloiir6tretts Io Lo it palicd next vciir, 'ltnth street, bo
twecu l'imi6)lv.iula avenue and N street
General John Ne.wton, Chief Unglnocr,
U.S.A., lias written tlio Couinilsluncis ill
relation to the coiiimunltatlon of .Mr. Peter
C lliilns, the contractor for filling tho
Potomac Hats, legtudliiLitho necessity of
diverting ttituln seweis,
W II Jnekson, chaliuian of thoG. P. O
CO P lias written a Utter to the Com
mlssloiins protesting against a permit be
ing grunted to any oilier person In their
liniuo to hold a banquet In wlllurd Hall to
night. It nppearstbat theio was some dan
gc of an opposing file Hun seeming tbo lull
in advance of them.
Building permits havo been granted to J.
Dimpstci, to trc ct a block of fix o dw elllugs
nt leiliimbli mid O stiects, width will cost
Id-LCOl, .Mrs M. A Meveis, ncct twodvvcl
llngson New Ilnmpsluio avc nuo, between
I. mid M stints, jr.OOO, J. f. Waggaman,
ciect nttabliln leal of l)1! Teiilh street,
JKX), T O. Jones, ciccta friiino dwelling on
'Ihlid street, between I and K slretU,.'iX),
S lltii),titct an addition to 111 i 'llilld
stieet southwest. SUM. llcurv Llosmiun,
elect an addition to No. l"tl Seventh
'Iho lowe6l dcalb lato ever iccorded ill
Lonilnn was that or the second week lu
tie) umber, when It vvim but 10 0 per 1,000
TIIK IVY CITY RAOBS.
Opening of tho National Jockey
Club's October Mooting.
TUB BAOESTHIS AFTERNOON
A I.urgn Oinviil, (jiiod XV.'tll linr
llxtidlelil Trm 1c.
TIIK WEUK'S PBOORAMME.
Tho rains of Inst week picked down the
trnekntlvv CH) so that after tho drying
siui'lillio of tlio pist few days Its condition
Is ns Hue as tbo most fastidious horsciniii
could nsk. Lvcr)thlug points to tho mmt
successful meeting tver held by tho Jockey
Club, Not end) nro tlioro better horses en
tered, but lu m my ciscs tbo ll)crs are so
will matched that It's a toss up which goes
under the who first, 'lhls Is the caso with
Utisan, Bob Miles, Sam Brown and Bar
liuiii In tbo second rncc.
Tho scenes at Ivy City this morning wcro
full of nctlvlt) Although man) of tho
horses nrrlvtd veslcrda), vet as man) of tho
horses ran nt I'imlico, where tho mictlng
closed cm Snlurduy, a number could not bo
bi ought until to cloy. Others aro oxpcctevd
to-morrow. Tho accommodations of Iho
club will bo severely tested. A largo num
ber of local spoiling men went out to tho
tiatk this morning ami spent tbo tlmo lu
visiting the stalls of the more noted horses.
Tho weather this afternoon was all tint
could bo desired and the attend mco was
Charlts JI toteldo, son of A. M Soteldo,
tho Venezuelan Minister, was aricstcd bv
Detectives Block and Halt on a clnrgo of
being a suspicious person. Ho was lotltcd
up in tho police van.
The following programmo has becu ar
ranged for tho races at Ivy City this week
TO-l) w .
first P.acc Six furlong clash Macaroon,
100, Captain fiuhert), 10, Lulu, 80. Huro
foot, 103, Lad) Loud, 10", llichard L , 10"),
lliiieh, 110, Moidaunt, 101: frank M'ard,
83, btiatlispcv, 111; Nori M , 103, Aiucos
thi, 105, and Irish Lass, 100.
Strathspey won, Lulu second, frank
Waul third; tlmo I 101. Mutuals pahUi! 01
Second Knee Milo and a Inlf Illci, 10J,
Heel and-Toe, 107; Hersan, 113; Bob .Miles,
111, Hob Cook, 102, John Sullivan, 10),
Burth, 100, fnlgina, 10"; Sam Brown, 110,
fostiral, 111, II.UI1UU1, 11,1, and frauklo II.,
lliruum won, Sam Brown, second, Kiel,
third; time, 2 JO. .Mutuals pild $14 30.
Third llacc Ono mile, welterweights
Millie, 10H;f mow til, 11,1.
farcwtll won, Millie, second, time 1:13,
Mutuals paid (0 GO. But two started.
fourth lace, Arlington stakes, six fur
longs Haul, IIS; f sticlla, 107; Bess, 107,
Boidilulse, 107, i:oek-aud-H)e, 110, f.lk
wood, 10), and Bcsslo 11 , 107.
I Iflh tacc, mllo and a furlong Lolloy,
10,1, Mellow ling, 0.1, Tony foster, 110, Sov
ereign Pnt, 110, llonnlo S , 8S; Chanticleer,
101, Winds ill, 81, John C , 01, Mlttlo U , 00,
and Poloula, 00.
Tlrst rncc Ono mile, for all ages.
Second lace, Auatostl.i stakes, for threo
)tar olds llroqkwood, Longvlew, Itlch
mond, Mnumce, Llmcudorf, I'.lUibcth,
Itupirt Goina, Ten Stone, Tnbllln, Mira,
Mission Hello, 'lhtrtsi, Seiiora, Lucy
fowls Ttllo Doc, John C, f loreiiro M ,
Hosette, Lenox, Hircfoot, LTtlnutuui,
Grci ullcld, Bonaiui and Wlckhun,
'I hliil ince A handicap sweepstake, ono
mile and n-cmartcr
Pouitli nice One mile.
fifth race A fice Inudlcap licit race of
I'list raco Ono mile.
Second race, the Capital Slakos, for lvo
yeni olds fny, Tho Bard, Wultuvhlle,
Banner Bearer, blrutegy, Buffalo, Biamblo
tou, inspector B, Poitlnnd, Hawlev, Po
rona, Luminous, Blown Duke, ltefialu,
Hcaillad, I.IJcro, Silver Cloud, Keilnette,
lllggonct, Jcnnlo B, Colonel Cowan, Bess,
C.issut, furrcll, Lovcl), l.ctiltla, anl a
chestnut colt of Bowie's.
Thlid race, ono mile and u sixteenth
fom lb rnco, Washington Stakes, for nil
aces, one mllo and a riinrtcr 'III ickcr.iy,
lilca, Brookwood, llcel nnd-'Ioo, Miss
Woodfoid, Piiulque, llatanlan, Albla, War
fugle, favoi, Ten btoue, freeland,
Meideslv, fcurl Jennings, T acorn i, Bob
took, Klolibi, Colonel bpr.tsue, Jllttio II,
Iiiton, Sam Brow n, Josh Hillings, Toinido,
Bainuin, Murkhiud, Stiathspey, King fan.
1 Iflh rate, McKlhbliibtccplechaso stikes,
ov e r tho long 6tce plechasocouro b indov al,
thnrllo l'pps, Goiifiilim, Tlironl, Jim Cai
IMc, 'laiquln, Hcpcitcr, Abr.ihnm, Quebec,
Buiirke, Cochrane, Glenarm, Welllngtou,
f.cuador, Jim Mellow an.
first nre A mile dash.
bceond iaco Peitomae Stakes, for lliroo
y em olds, cue mile nnd llvo furlongs. St.
Augustine, Longvlew, Hlclimond, Goano,
Hersan, Irish Pat, ,foo Coltou, Volnnto,
'Ihciesu, bonor.i, Punka, John C , Hosette,
I enox, llon.inza and Wlckbam.
'Iblrd rate bovcu furlongs
l'oui tli rtco Congress Stakes, for all
agos,-two miles. Saltpetre, I Iceland Too,
l.ongvlow, Barnes, l'aniciue, Hob Mllos,
bouoiu, Tukoiun, llnbl ook, lle.'ict, Kluhhl,
Lnlgma, Ollvttto, losteral, Uutilur, Nettle,
Hlust, fianklo B , Jim Corllsh uud King
l'n" .. .
fifth iaco -A nee handicap, nuiouoais.
I'll st race, Ivy Lily Stakes, for two-year-olds,
one mill! fay, Annlgam, btratogy,
Wiiltawbllt, lliiuuci, Beaver, lMgetleld,
lliiffnlo, Ilriiinbletou, Itednette, Pnilm, Lit
tie Minnie, Lovely, Farewell, t.etrltla, Elk
wc od, frank Ward and Bessie 11.
Second race A dash of mvoh furlongs, for
horses Uaten at selling races at the meet
ing Third iaco A handicap svveopsUke, one
mile and three furlongs
fouilh raco foi horses that havo run
and not won at tbo luietlng, one mllo.
fifth race A free baudlcap tccploclia60
over tbo long course.
A Ti.iln itobiiei' Arri'stcil.
1 VMM!, Mo , Oct 10 Ofllcers last ovon
Ing arrested llliink, lender of tho gang that
attempted lo iob the Santa f o passenger
tiiilu at toolldgi', Knn , In IHKl, and killed
fngineei llnltou llliink Is the nun who
cuteicd tho ixpicss cm and oxch.ingod
chots with tho messenger. Ho has been
winking for some tlmo at a nursery near
this iihiie He Isnlsii wnutod In rk.inis
unci KlIliSUS fin hoisi stcilhu He SC'IVcd u
tenn In lU Dttioit llotisool Cotrcellou
l vV ?s- tl H W
r.l'UXTS IX V.VKOVK,
It IliK SIIIiiii of Scrvln lli'tdlm In
Itcccignlro lliilffiirltr Aiiibiisac1or.
Loxikin, Oct 10 A dispatch from I'hll
llpopolls slntcs lliat Prince Alesmider last
night wired f.lng Milan nl Nlscii, stating
Hint bo Intended sending M GrchotT, the
Utilgnilnii Prime Minister, on a special mis
sion lo him lo explain his Intentions and
try lu niilvu nt nn amicable understand
lug between Hum. King Milan poruiup
tnrily replied Hint bo would d cllno to re
ceive M. Grekcilf or any envoy from llul
Itniln TM refusal on the pirt of King
.Milan lins caused great consternation
throughout llulgarla and forces the) belief
thntHcrvliilsdtUrinllitd to light for nn ox
tinsfonof territory and thai King Milan
villi not nllow himself to bo dictated to by
Sir Henry Druinmoiid Mooff, the spoolil
envoy of fiiglaiid lo Turkey, left Con
stantinople feu Calm In dny In llio warship
Ills lllstnuMlnii tof.gypt Is for llio pur
pose of Investigating certain diirges wllh
regaidto tho iidmliilstratluii of Hie affairs
of that country.
'Iho Ihubi Xau Paris correspondent
descrll is tho tlousscati of Marie, theihiugli
lir of Iho Due do Cbarlres, who Is to
marry 1'ilnco Wnldeiuar, ns Amply gor
ge cuts Among the Jen els Is a pearl neekhic o
valued at 12,01)0, which formed a portion of
the tool taken from Piillkao, China, in
IMiOby General (iiiisln-Moulatlbiiu (Count
do I'nllkno). 'I here aro nlso n largo num
ber of rule dlniiHiiids nnd n wonderful col
lection of lllllltlltS.
The 7irnr lias Information that com pleto
aiiniih) prevnlln In Hrrmati It Is ex
peeled nt Manikin) that the Dir.ort tribe
will storm the tlty. '1 lie Inhabitants are in
tensely cm Itcd, mid so hnstllo a fr-clli!" Is
shown tow aid nil foreigners that their
wholesale massacte Is feiired. The Ilallan
ronsiii at Maiidclny lins been Ihroatoncd
Willi Impilsntiinciit foi Interposing In he
half of some of bis fellow-inuutry men
1WHXV.U TO DUATIl.
'iiio I'uiiii itc-nuit i,r ii rim in ;iit-
Ciiirvoo, Ort 1!) A tciriblu, iulck
RpriMilIng lire broke out In tlio one
Ptory-tinel u li.ilf brltlc coltngc, 80 Vol
lion I'uik I'liuc, occupied by W. S.
Jinks, iilioul 0 o'clock this morning, In
which four i rsous were burned to
dcnlli. Thu fiunlly consisted of llvo
person? nud ii servant girl, nnd nil but
two met a most hortlblc death An
nlnrni was sounded from the corner of Mc
Allister Place and l.oomls street, and when
tho Hie department arrived on the scene
llio liouso was In n blaze Mr Hues was
found In tho alky at llio stloof tho housu
sulTirlug from stviro biulses, but ablo to
till the story of tho calastinjihe
rlnglm; Ids hands lu agon) over Iho loss
of his fumll), and siilTcilug keenly fiom his
stveie huits, he said that at (i o'clock this
munilni: the servant girl stalled a tiro In
the Kite lien and went out doors a moment
later, leaving tho door open Mio returned
a moment later nud found tho kltheu III a
blare. Tho girl inn away, screaming with
flight, and Mi. Hates was ainusod, riishod
Into the kllcken and tried to extinguish Iho
llamc with a hoso to the livdraut Not
sueitcdlng ho ru'hcd out uud turuo 1 la an
alarm. 'Iho flicmen soon suet ceded input
ling out the flic, but tho entire lutcilor uf
the bouse wnsguttcd.
hen tho firemen cntc red tho houso they
found tho dinned remains of Iho entire
famll) with the txeeptioii of Mr. Hates
The) vvtre . Mrs Murv P.. Hates, aged 35;
iuiiu iiuus, ngcu r , l iiuio nnics, ngoil J ;
Mrs. Drevlson. nuod 70. mother of Mis.
Hates The bod) of Mrs Hates was found
l)lng near tho front window burned to a
crisp, the thaned lemiiins of tin youneost
lylm; beside her 'I lie retinitis of Mrs
DrcySou wcro found upstairs not much
burned, 'iho other hoy was found lu tho
ruins uf abed llio p.utltlous and the
walls of tho liouso were lined with felt, and
the blaze unco stirtcd spread with frightful
rapidity Mi 11 ties Is prostrated nftei his
Icirihle tillllc Hon. Tho loss Is probably 2,
0W) on llio house.
A CLi:il(ll'3IAX'S VV.lllL.
A Colon ,1 Tit in tier .VKiuilloil On 11U
Itctimi from llolcllni; Serv ito.
Mnvmiis, Tinx, Oct. 10. At 10.10
o'clock lust night unknon n p irtlts at
tcmptid to nsnsslnntc Hev. N. Counted a
prominent colored Baptist prcachci. lie
was returning from church wheie ho hid
held services, nnd on pissing thu cornel of
Desoto nnd Webster 6tiects, be was llred
uiiou. T hero who about twenty of liU con
gregation In the ciowd, nnd the contents of
a shot-gun loaded with buckshot caused
considerable havoc Two bullets struck
Count i e, ono on tbo head and thu other
passed thiough hlj thin, lulllctlug painful
but not daugei oils wounds S L Coiintce,
a brother of the piciicbcr. was shot In the
tuck ami also tmoiigu ino cum. ins in
juries nro more dangerous. Bllcii Wilgbt,
a colored woman, who was lu the crowd,
itcilved n shot lu the hip Tho assislu
Hid, but threw awav bis gun, vvblib was
found by the police. This Is tho second at
tempt that bus been mado to kill Countee
Ho thinks bis assailants aro incml crs of
colored organizations of which be was
foi inn I) a member himself and which hu
(Tu-rktnt; il i'velKht ttlocliiulo.
fi, P.vso, Tix Oct. 10. The frei;ht
blockade, xvlilcli has existed on the Mexl
can Cent ml Halboid since tho late wash
outs, will bo cheeked next week by trans
fcirlng goods across tho river at Lir.'do,
wheio tho bridge Is destroyed. A largu
Hut I out bus be i u sec urcd for the purpose
TLetiausfcr of passengers Ins bem going
on foi two, weeks Tbo bridge across the
liver was ovei WW feet long, 70J feet of
which wcro dcstioyed. It will roqulio a
month to icbulld It Hundreds of cars of
freight nro wnltlug to get through. Thu
wnli r In the rlvci Is twelve feet deep Tbo
ciimpnny has bad much dlllleulty in getting
Lomvon, Oct, 10 Tho British Oovcrn
luent has determined to annex Duruuh and
put an cud to the (cast taxes of King I'he
baw. Bell's sentence is to lie commutod.
Cholera has biukeu out at Tunis.
Mine. Maile Hotels prostrated by ovor
vvoik. Mine Mlsson has been decorated with
llusslanaud Danish orders.
John Htiskiu says artists can do much
better without uudo models,
f ughind has demanded reparation from
bpaln for an insult to the British cousulatg
The powers aro still trying to preserve
ic poato In southeastern Km ope,
I'liillniiiid ttmd .Vi'rnlguod
Iv'uvv VoiiiJ, Oi t. 1 1. Ferdinand Ward
was brought to bheilff Davldsou's ofllco
early this luiu nlug 'I be prlsuuei w as dressed
in a mat sin k suit llo looked pale, but was
eulm and cullc-c ted District Attorney Murtluo
said lit doubted the udvUiihlllt) of piocecd
itig tud.i) cm the ludletmcut ou which
Wurd w us brought into court. Judge Bar
rel t told Mi. Coclu uno to look over the In
die tuiciit and Inform him If ho could try
the cm eon that charge to-monow inorulug.
Tho Oflli'lnl fount m Ohio.
Cicimati, Oct 10 Tho ofllolal count
of the vote east at tbo lato oloetlon begau
this inorulug shoitly utter 0 o'clock, A
writ of muiiiloiuiis was Issuod by County
Clerk Dalton oiderlng the produotlon torth
vvlth of returns from products 11 and T of
tho P.lghti'ciith Ward, uud precinct C of the
Twentieth Ward, which bail uot been scut.
The count will not be completed for three
oi four day s
Ifi'.tult'lii'f Over McLnii'iliUn.
BinMAtttK, Dvu , Ott 10. Seven thou
sand bloiix ludtiius, tmilcr fitting Bull, at
sluudln ltock Ageniv.iiio rejoicing ovci
ibeieiippi. Inn nlo, .NULuuUUu lo loo.v
after their lutucsls
AX OPERATOR'S ERROR.
A Terrible Railroad Collision N3.xr
Newark, N. -J.
THB KILLED AND WOUNDS D.
The Western Exprw. I'roin Now York
Telcops an Emigrant Train.
THU OPErtATOU ArtIl23Ti3D.
I'lilnrul Set lies About tlio Wreck Till
.11 ii nil tig.
ani.vv.uik, N. J., Ort. lf)-.Tho vvostcru
oxiic'gs on tlio Pennsylvania Hallroail
ran lulo nn immigrant train last night
in .it lite Hnckcnsiiul: Illvor bridge
It vv ns ii terrible crash Tho locomotive
of llio cpi ess was ileinollslicil. Slnny
of tlio cars caught flro liiiincitlnlcl
uftcr the nixiclenl A number of persons
vvtro killed or Injured Tho Immigrant,
I ruin, which left Jersey City at 7 M o'clock,
stopped nt a coal-shute, ami at the cast sldei
of the llacktusatk Hlvcr bridge tbo West
ern express, leaving at I) 15 o'clock,
trashed Into tho caboose of the Immigrant
train, and threw tbo caboose and a patten
ger cur upon the east-bound truck, I.ohlgli
Valley tialn No. .'), leaving Neivark at 8.10
o'clock, crashed Into (he wrick, mid one of
Iho l.ihlgli Valley e ars took fire Tho w reck.
Is the most frightful on tho toad in years.
Till: hll.I LIJ AM) WOl'MILD.
T ho names of thu killed as fur as can bo
iiFctitalntd are as follows.
Murlnus Kllngir, Norwegian, 10 years;
I'vlleiiu Amcars, Kill Henry (Irommer,
ItijMis. Karl II. (Irommer, U) years, Wlll
laiudroiiiintr, "yoius, and live Immigrants
w hose names could not bo ascortulned.
The wounded are:
Christine Holsttad, Norwegian, 33 yoars;
Laura Hitddezon, Norwegian, 'J-) years;
Mas Mellamcnd. Noniogluii,3jyoars,I,out8
Lbciiroth, conductor of tho Immigrant
train, right arm binken, Owen Halle, tngl
nier of thu Lihlgh alley train, b. A Uovv
tis, Human of the Lihlgh Valley train, cut
about llio head and neck, one woman, two
boys and one mill woro also Injured, but
their names wcro not iisceitulned
Till! CI VF. of TUT. VVUKCK.
Thousands of spectators and humlre Is of
traln-wreikers gathered at tho sceuo of thu
uccldciit this muriilng. The broken tiucks
of tho wrecked triiln wcro julokly rcmovinl
ai.d the nilro sc arched for tbo lmdli . of
inuio victims None vecre found. Tim
(racks were cleared, trains bogau ugiln t
inn and wrecker tommeiiced thu llftlnc;
uud removal of tliiidlHJoluted Lehigh al
Ii V engine, which bud craMicd Into Hie leir
of Iheiiiimlgraiit train ami which Iiy on IU
side half burltil In the iiieidows. Tin j lw
gan work on the eiiwcuttbtr llrtt. Dne-tly
I tnialh It they found thu torn nad mangled
bodice of two boys and a woman. They
weie lifted tenderly and placed In a car.
No one knew them Vrom their garb th-y
vriio Immlgraiits, hut their faces was so cut
and bloody anil besmeared with tho black
mud that immidlato recognition was impos
sible. They wire removed to the Jersey
am: c.vmiLss Tt:irouu'Hi:u Aiuasn-.o.
At 3 o'clock this morning Chief of l'olleo
Murphy of Jeisey City pi iced Thomas K.
I'ralt, tho telegraph operator at tho cast
end of tbo Ilackcnsirk bridge, an 1 w'mso
cmoi Is said to have caused the accident,
under surveillance. At 7 o'clock, iv hen hu
was lelltvtd from duty, ho was arrested,
lie said that whllo ho bid been advh d by
opciatorsall along thu lino to run uvvuy, ha
had determined to stay ut hl pint a" 1 take,
the consequences for his tcirlhle mistake,
llo said ho had allowed thrco minutes for
thucmlgiuiit train to truss tho bridge, and
without waiting for tlio leturn signal, 'O.
K ," had permitted tho Smthcin express
to pa'-s lie Is now in Jail awaiting thu
result of tho coroner's lumiest. Itlsthoiight
that when the engine Is removed, a woik
that will take sevtiil hours to complete,
more bodies will bo found. It Is also
thought that all the Injured now at tlio hos
pital will die.
Collision on tiie TtHtlluii'l
Ai lAVSimtv, Va , Ott. 10. Thcro was a
lallroad accident yesterday morning near
Clifton btatlonon tho Midland Hon! earned
by a following freight train i nulling Into
tl.o cabooso of tho ono It was follow
ing, lcsultlng lu the severe Injun of
four persons, one of whom has since
died Tho forward tialn bad stopped at .1
bill a mile or so this side of tho station,
and In consequence of not pronctly fl ur
ging the following tialn tho collision oc
tin red. Tho ci.boo30 w as torn Into atoms and
two cattlemen, ono namid l'rott, from
bmltb County, and the other named lklmou
fc n,fiomliladlbpi lugs, Washington County,
a, wcio sovcrtly, though not danger
ously, Injured. Two or thrco other per
sons who wcro in the tabooac at
the time when they beard the t-aln coming
jumped oft the caboose and wcio uuluiuied
The Human, Huck Uust, of tbo cugiuo
which lan Into the c.iboosu
jumped off on a bridge anl Injure 1
himself nvtrely. Dick Nelson, a colore 1
tnbooo boy wus on tbo engine and fell ho
Inrcn that .and tho tender, and bid one of
his thighs crushed Into a mass of llesh and
1 onis and dlid at tho Infirm iry In thli i by
lobt night. The front train was In ih ir,'o of
Conductor Downs of Washington, audit
was ills llisttilp on tho roid lb 1 fi tho
scene of thodisastcr With Ids repent in tlio
wietktd cabooie, and with the foi w ml
sctlloti of his train linn to this city and
Immediately left foi W ushlii 'tun.
A Tiiucli In Kovoll.
Maw vi Kt'E, W 1-. , Oct 111. rchbUliop
Ilclssyisttidiiy submitted a conimuulciitlou
lo tie lunula it, of St Ilodwlg I'ollsh
Church, which has been close! for weeks lu
toiisciiinco of a revolt In the con -re,' I
tluu The Aribhlehop persists in the re
tuition of tho pastor unit also In taking Iho
church mutiagcwcut In bis own cliuvi, do
liiLiiway w Ith the authority of tlio eongru
e itlon At a large meeting yesterday after
iii mi the lust propcwltlon was acceptc 1, l it
the c ongrigatloii Insist on thureiuoval.it
the pu Mor l'bls would Indicate tint tho
tbuieli will remain locked.
Cnllli-llin on nn "I." Honil
Nlvv VonK, Oct. 10. At 0 30 a ui ou
the Sixth Avenue Elevated Ilallruil n
V'Igbty-iiliilh street ami Ninth avenue lu a
dense fog, two trains collided, tho ciuinc al
the second train running Into the re ir , ar
of Iho (Irst truin It Is not yet kinsu
vvbetbci tliero was any ono Injured I ho
trains were crowded with laborers uolug '
3UXOU xi:rs xorvis.
rpldomlcsof elliihtliiirla and ty phold fmr
prevail at KltUiinlug, Pa.
Capitalists from Duiilan, Io i, have
formed a cuinpany, with yl.'oiKKi pild up
capital, for a pi iv ute suv lng bank it Chat
Tho t cum winder MUance arrived at
bun Vianchiofiuii ibe Vrttle, having left
lilt I'eet twentv dins ago bho loports it
bud season T'lii total number ol whales
tal.cn was I'.'l
-llniry 11 l orle, secretary and treasurer
uf tin (iiikllghl I ompatiy at Qiilney, 111 t-i
e bin gd w itli de full utlouscoverlmr a puiod
id eleven veins aud amounting to fruit
.",MHH) lo S4i0,OtX).
- I 1' Heed, chief clerk of Hie I'rovl
di nee A. tsloulugtonbtoamshlp Company al
I'i evidence, 11 1 , has been ubeut fium tils
1 , ,-t fui iwu davs without explanation, and
,n , Mini ml luu uf his books uot ycl com
ih ltd UcWl)lvlortuseof 1 1,00