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llrllli'irit lij 4'nnli'rH
JOW IH Till! 'mil'. TO NIIlHCiniu:,
1BT1I YEA1I--WJIOLE NO. 5,308.
WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2-1, 1885.
PJUCE TWO CENTS.
y 33 ...,,!, ... ,
feL. Ja El a Vfl
Woodward & Loth nor,
(forts and Upliolsterings.
The buyer of these goods
sajs the stock was never
so large, never so com
plete, never so choice,
nor never offered at such
low prices. What more can
be said? Run over the fol
lowing with us and see what
-we ha e :
Ecru and White Notting
ham "Lace Curtains at
:, 1. in, iM.sn, fli.no, $i.7n-,$,!l$'3.3.il
ig.no, in, ia.ua, $1 ntui 0-1 !' i"iti.
Nottingham, imitation of
Brussels Lace Curtains,
7, $7.(50, K, $! mid it O iiurPnlr.
Antique Lace Curtains,
l'riini $S.0I l litl.no por I'alr.
Cluny Lace Curtains, clou
Lie row of inserting and
trimmed with handsomelace,
only 5 pairs left, reduced
I'mlii IJIH to $l'4.r,(l jicrl'ivli'.
This spring we gave an
import order for Real Lace
Curtains, which would cost
us to duplicate to-day 25
per cent, more than we paid,
hence can offer values un
$7,150 t43 rmrl'iilr.
Colored Madras and Crete
Curtains, best line yet dis
played, at prices which can
not fail to commend them to
the trade as values extra
ordinary. tiin, tf.i.r.o, )o, $7, $7. no, $s, $, $10, ti.
If 1:1. no 11111I $11 )iorl'nIr.
Irish Point Lace Curtains,
new and desirable, easily
l)n mill ijm.ntl nor I'nlr.
Silk Chenille Turcomans,
in crimson, maroon and
Henry IV.. with flowery cen
tres, and exquisite borcler
ings and colorings, $20.
Turkish Designed Silk
Chenille Turcoman Curtains,
variety of colors,
$1(1, $1IS nml $17,150 imr Tali.
Bed Sets of White and
Ecru Nottingham Lace,
shams to match included,
$l.r. to $7,."0 por but.
Antique Bed Sets, worth
$12 if we had to buy to-day,
Only $H per Set.
Satin and Antique Lace
$1B to $20 pur Set.
200 pieces to select from
in fine Curtain Scrim, do
mestic and imported goods,
10, I2j4, iS, 21, 25 and 31c
per yard. It is hardly pos
sible that any other house
can offer better values.
Nottingham Curtain Laces
in white and ecru, 17, 20, 22,
25. 3i. 35. 374, 45. 5oantl
55c per yard. 1 ransom Laces
is, 18, 2; and 350 Madras
Lace lor transoms, 45c per
Colored Madras Laces in
imitation, 20 and 31c. Sou
dan stripes, 25 and 40c.
Large stock of Real Madras
Lace, in cream and colored,
40, no, 0V,$, 70, Hdc, $1 nml tfl.r.O por
Fur Curtain nml other Ttlmmlnsts, wo show
nil rU'iriint lino of Autlnuo 1. icoj, lit 8, 10, U'W,
15, S.V, S3, SO anil 37K per yard. No question
of our suiting jou.
"etjlesofiDlnoh llamlo or Juto Covering!,
CCcpir ynnl; 50 Inch Pmuoltus, 81! ft) luoh
1'etlt I'ulnta. Si! BO Inch Cioss-strlpo Tarco
irnn Cloth, CCc; l'ltio (truilo of 1'otlt Points, at
Clinch Cions utilpO'l Canton Flushes, 5)..';
1U1. Fihitcil, SI; 31 Inch do , Me.
(Opteiesof ai-lnchCiotonnos, U3'i hotter
Tiiluu lit thu pleo Is not to ho fouu I.
Fine English Cretonnes,
In flowery-figured, striped
and landscape patterns, re
duced 1 roni MS to '.'On per Ynril.
Ctutulu l'oleniuiil Trimmings.
Brass-trimmed Curt ain
Poles, 50c; do. with ham
mered brass and spear ends,
$1. Brass and Nickel Rods
for vestibule and sash cur
tains; also for lambrequins
and banners. Curtain Chains
25, 40, 60, 75 and $1 pet
pair. Curtain Hooks from
10 to 30c per pair.
iTh rd (loot; tako thoelevatoi.)
Don't (Moilook WooLm,
lliiu't (oil(M,U llliiul.ntrt,
Dim t Oiclliiiill IT111I111 ivouv,
Don't OiiiiIIi OiiNluiiuio UtMo,
tit n'l C v tn liiolc Tablu I.Iiiuiiii,
I i n't Ownloolc Winter Wiiijii,
1 or thiTiC are our strong
"point V and we were never
.tiongu than at present.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
I3u ton Dry Goods House,
03,1: l'ttion: om-v,
1)1 1 I'liu. Ave.
Oltf 1) Hfie'ut
Tho Work on tho Now Cruisers,
Atlanta, Boston and Chicago.
THEIR APPRAISED VALUES.
Mr. Coon's Resignation as A33i3lant Sccro
rctary of the Treasury.
WHO WILL SUCCEED HIM?
Mjnnpil "f Nnvnl Constructor llloli
SIGNAL BEP.VIC3 DETAIL.
IJr.vy Commission Iaauocl. F.nslgn
Henry T. Mojo Inn hecu commissioned
lieutenant (Junior gindo) to dato from Fob
uinry i!5, las", llo has just returned hotnu
from iicrulso In tho Vniitic, nml complitcd
Ills oxrmilnntloii for iirotnotlon this wcuk'.
Ho lias alicnily liccn confirmed.
Government Olllctrds As Votors. Sec
ictnry Whitney nml Tirasurcr Jonlan hail
to lio In New Yoilc city to-day to register
lu order to secure lliclr light to vote. Tho
President, Secretary Miuiulnc nml othor
olllclnlft, voting ilsowhcro lu tlio Statoaru
not uffected by tho eamo registration law.
Bids for a School Dullcllnf?. Dlds wero
opened to-day by Acting Commissioner Up
shaw and Superintendent Obcrly for tho
erection of nil Imllin liuliislrlal school at
Cliniul Jlinctlou, Colorado. Tho bid? ranged
fiom $11,000 for bilck to $10,000 for stono.
It Is thought that a suitable stouo building
can bo put up for about $1 1,000.
Elstrlct Attorney's Foos. Tho Attor-lioy-Gcncrnl
has dcclaicd that Dlstilct At
tornejs" may receive fees for prosecuting
Internal rev cnuo ofllccrs, ocn without ro
celling vvilttm reports from tho Collector
of Interunl Hovitiuo allowing necessity of
such prosecution. Verbal reports ot colfcc
torsltinado a matter of record, aru eufll
clcnt. Payment on Harper's Ferry Prop
erty. . 0. Savcryof Wilmington, IJol,,
jestcrday paid tho tccoiul Installment 011
Iho Hnrpci's I'cny piopeity, w lilclt tho
nocrnnicnt sold somo tlmo ago for iV),
COO. 'iho purch.iseis contempliito utlllrlng
the natcr power In their possession for
suppljlng pulp mills which thoy Intend to
To Provont Land Orabblns. In onlcr
to prevent, If possible, Illegal grabbing of
public lauds Commissioner Bp irks h 19 In
stiuctedtho registers of public lands ami
lccchcra of public 111011039 to putconsplcu
oitsl) In their oDlccs a uottco sneclflngn
township lint has been suivcl mid sitt
ing that tho plat of survey will ho lllcd 011
n tiny mimed In tho notice, w hlch shall bo
not less than thirty dujn from tho date of
sucu nonce, ami tnai on ami nucr sucn nay
nppllentlons for tho cutty of lauds lu sueli
township will bo rcci icd.
Pension Offlco Promotions Tho fol
lowing promotion? nml appointments have
been mado In tho Pension Olllcc: Dr. Sam
ticl 0. Staples, Viiglnla, medical examiner,
$1,600; Juan Sumcrllu, inosscngcrj John
W. Finn and J. A. C. Stuart, messenger
bojs. 1'iomotlous James I). Mulligan,
Man land, fiom $1,200 to $1,400; .Miss Sil
llo 1.. l'attcisou, Massachusetts, and Mrs.
r.llcu K. Timple, Wlvcousln, fiom ?l,O0O
to fl.'JOO; Mies Mattlo A. Lester, Mississippi,
mid Mi. James Kennelty, Ohio, from l?MJ
to $l,S0O, Miss Mary ',. Terry, Masiichu
sclts, and Mr. Harry 1). lluruani, Indiana,
fiom S-P00 to $1,000.
A Field Sljjnal Company. Ucncial
Iltuen, chief signal ofllccr, Is about to or
ganize a company of thlity men for spechl
Instruction lu visible Held blguillng and tho
construction ami opciatlon of Hold tele
graph and telephouo lines. The company
will bu eclictiil as far as posslblo fiom old
eoldlcis and will pciform only stiictly mili
tary dut, Including the drills of the school
of tho Goldlcr, as cavalry dismounted, guard
dill) and signal drills. Therowlllbo tlneo
serereauts and two cornorals. and tinea of
ficers of the Signal C'oips will bu aligned
foi duty with tlip company. Tho oniioio
li.io not jet been dcllnltcbj decided upon.
Tho r.ccordor c! Doods. Tho Fhlla
dclphla I'icss sajs that Mr. Kobcrt Furis
icluincd to that city jestcrday from Wash
ington wheic ho had been for tho purposo
of seeing tho Fiesldent In regaid to tho ap
polutincut of a successor to l'rcd Douglass,
ns liccotdei of Deeds, Ho sijs that .Mr.
Douglass Is an nffenslvo partlsin and must
go. lie inntlo llcrj speiches for lllaluo bo
foio tho election, and is an oflcuilvo
partisan who Is now trjlng to curry futor
Ii spcaMug well of Mr. Cleveland. Mr.
Tunis aUo said: "Iho President listened
lo mo earnestly and took tho papcis I had.
llo has Enid that If a colored miiuof suttablo
attnlmucnts could bo found ho need not ba
n Democrat, because coloicd Democrats are
few, but If he Is Independent lu polities ho
would appoint him, So wo feel ptcttj
euro of suiccss,
Nnvnl Constructor Hlcliborn's lie
port. Tho icport of Naval Constructor
l'hlllplllcuboru, U.S. N., lately reeolvod
at tho Nay Diparlment, contains many
subjects of Impoitauco to tho members of
his corps, and will bo lead with much In
terest by nil who feel tho necessity of
placing tho naval equipment ot oui country
on a piano commensurate with her great
ness, Jly older ot tho Secretary ot tho
Navy this ofllccr Isltcd tho prluclp il doclv
jards of lUirope, and has collected a laigo
amount of -ailcd Infoiiuatlou iibuudautly
Illustrated by sl.etchcs, photographs and
diawlugs, tho whole f mining 11 icport of
gicat practical value, Tho woik deals with
lacts, and tho Couttiuctoi's aim his been
rather to picsent concUo statements fiom
which his piofctslonnl brethrou may draw
unbiased! inclusions, than laborod dfsipilsl
tlonsou Iho eompaiatlvo ineiits of dllTureut
BUtims and tjpis, In whlili tiulli is soulc
tlnus eacill'ced to elcgaut nigiiiuont, and
luipoitant principles nro often obscured or
pcnritid. 'Iho iipuit, which (iimis'J',0
jingcs of cillgrrph. Is dlldod Into eight
pills 01 chajdcis. Iho Hist lelatcs to thu
Natiou.il D.Hkvanls," ami contains du-
suliitloiii of tho piluclpal vussuls now
building b l.iiglaud, 1 laueo, llcrmiuy
mid Russia, with nuniennis lllua
tiatlons. 'lhls is followed by an
Inteiiitlng ntid mtj pr.icth.il ilitpter
on tho lktalls, I'lttiu 's and Kipilpnuut of
'mi ul Vestcls Abiuud '' 'llio next duUlon
rohites to "Toipedn Doits," nllor ttlileh
follows lion aud otei I works, nteel listings
r.Ld in mor plates 'liiu pint iluMilod to
jllltlrll lliutci bhlpjaids will bu tuilinl lu
tuetting loth to nnvnl peopln uud pilvulo
lulldeis, iit,lt coiitnlm, ilixi'rlpMuns and
plans of Ihu most lelebuitiu istublUh
uiciilb In l'lirope, It u iippuipilatLl) ful
low id bj a ihnplor on ""lilpMiid ppll
meiaaiid looI " 'thu lattu lu lo'ilvud
Hint h attention fiom Cousliiii tm llh'h
1 oi 11, In obedleuiv) to n spjdal ilaiMu nT
IiImiii'iis, lismteil In luw of tlioeirlj iiu
usiv of niuliipliig di'M'ral of iVwiiivj
unls with tho most Imiirovud tuni ship
lulli'lig plant. "Yio Mauni'iuoiit of
AVi'll aid I mploMs" and thu ,,j ,t,iui nt
1 I iliiriiilonliii NihhI 1'iiiisliiiPturs lii,ni I"
h 1 0 (hen tr, alul, inlluru 111uluu ino
rpinli - I liii h suoi'i'i tnlr n
I e.U( utslotli t ftU Hall tliu bi t'i
rcn. Tho worl conclude wllh some gon
irnl rimniK upon tho ''Docks" observed
In tho progress uf his tour, anil when print
ed will bo of great nine.
DontU of Mr. Vlla' BlLor.--Fost-inastcr-Cicncral
Vllns to day rccclcda ills
pntMi nnuouuclng tho death of his only sis
ter, Miss l'.lla A'llns, which occurred In .Mal
ison, W Is., at II o'clock Ibis morning.
Work of Wflolilngton'a Opoolul Da
live ry. During Iho wccS endod Octuber 2
llicio wirodcllvctcd lu this city 700 letters
under Ihesprelal delivery sj stem. Of that
munlcr 111 were delivered from Station CJ
and 215 fiom Hast t'apllol Station. The
liumbei of messengers employed Is thirty,
Slijnal Borvloo Dotall. An order will
soon bo Issued detailing twontj-flvo privates
and flvo ofllcers for special training lu Iho
signal service. Tho detail will bo undo
ftom tho men now stationed at Port Miyer,
nml tho special Instructions will Include
training lu field telegraphy and telephon
ing, rocket signalling and mlrrorllashlng.
A Correspondent's Good roituno.
Colonel ,. . Washington ot this city, who
has been nppolutcd 0110 of tho Oourinucnt
Inspectors to examine and report upon n
comploted section of tho Northorn Pacific
llallroad, will leave Iho city noxt Tuesday.
Tho appointment of Colonel Washington,
who Is ouo of the best-known newspaper
correspondents In tho city, must lmo been
us gratifying to himself ns It was to his
friends, It wnsln tho uaturo of n compli
ment, as ho made no effort, cither pcisonal
or otherwise, to reecho tho position.
Ecnntor Van Wyck's Request, Sena
tor Van Wjck called at tho Treasury De
partment jestciday and left a notu for Sec
ictary Manning requesting that ho would
luaKolt a condition with contractors for tho
construction of publlo buildings In Ne
braska that com let labor should not bo
implo)cd. In caso tho Secretary should
think tho law prohibited such a condition,
tho Senator asked tint tho bidders for con
tracts ' bo required lo stito whether they
propose 10 employ couuets uppn puuuc
Treasury Dqpartment Chanuaj, Tho
following appointments havo been undo
under cli II scnlco rules fot a probationary
term of tx months: Miss Minnie C. Mctllll
of tho District of Columbia to ?')00 class In
lhood'cout tho lleglstci; Miss Cynthia L,
Cluilaml of Dakota to $1,000 class In tho
ollleo of tho Secretary; L. It. I.olhrop ot
Minnesota mid Chnrlcs Mimics of Ohio to
$1 to class In Iho offlco of tho Skt!t Auditor.
Frciuntlpn D. O. llajwood, Jr., of Xorlli
C'arollnn fiom class 1 to class 'J lu tho ufllcv
ot Iho 1 list Comptroller.
Mr. Coon'altoslEniitlon. A number of
gcutlcmiii who nio well tuformed as to
Secretary Manning's Iows aud purpo'cs
cprcss tho ojilnlou that Mr. Kdward 11
Voumans' chief clcikof tho Treasury Is to
becomo Assistant Secretary, lco Hon.
Lhailcs V.. Coon. Mr. Voumans denies tho
report. It was a great surprl6oto Mr. Vou
inans' friends tliat a gcutleuun of his
iccognbcd legal ability and high st mdlng
should accept tho position which ho now
holds and many pcoplo have believed fiom
tho tlmo of his appointment tint ho would
ovintuiilly becomo Assistant Secretary. If
this appointment Is mado tho Secretary and
both assistants will bo fiom Now Vork,
which was tho caso during Mi. Coon's re
tention, bulls believed to lun 0 been 1111
mcccdcntcd pi c ions to this Adinlnlstiatlon.
Mr. Coon, In an Intenlew In Now Voik last
evening, confirmed tho report that Secre
tary Manning has icqucstcd his resignation,
and said that It was forwarded to anhlng
ton jestculny li luall.
Completing tho Cruisers. Tho icport
of tho naal board appointed to appralso
tho value of tho work already done upon
tho new cuilscrs, Atlautn, lloston and Chl
lago, and of tho a.UIablo material 011 baud,
has been annrocd by tho nssl 'uecs of John
lloach pud by Secntaiy Whitney and has
1 ecu mado public, Tho boaid lcpoiU thit
Iho matcilals and workmanship, as far as
can he seen, aro good, aud answer tho 10
milremcnts of tho coutiacts. Ths bond
thinks that tho vessels can bo completed so
ns to comply In oil lespects with tho cou
tiacts and spccldcatloiis. Tho contract
juice of tho Chicago when completed would
Ino been f'.i3,l,lU!, a filr market
niQ, 'iho board estimates that
It will icnulro $203,01.". to lom
idclo tho cmel aud that tho difference
Lctweeu that amount and tho contract
price, or $725,017, 1 a fair cstlnnto of tho
cost of iabor aud matcilals aud ot tho
actual maiket value of tho essel In Its
present condition. Tho total contiact
pilco for tho Atlanta would bo $001,078,
and $ll,r'Jl will limit to bo expended to
ciinplctoher, Tho dlflcrciicc, or $(120,r,S7,
Is a fall estimate of hei piesout value. Tho
contract pilco ot tho lloston would bo
$00,310, ami $50,103 Is rcriulied for
her completion, 'iho aluo of tho essel
lu her present condition Is $010,02).
fcccrctiuj Whitney has acted upon this 10-
Iioitbjicfcrrlngitlo tho Nivval Advisory
iomd'wllh tustiuctlons to piocecd at ouco
to eomplcto tho unfinished vessels at
lloach's yard with thu foiooand nnchlucry
there aailablo and In accordance with the
coutriuts and speclllcatiou", tho woik to bo
tt tho ilslc ot tho conlractoi. Tho ap
praised aluoof tho vessels lu their present
condition will bo paid to Mi. lloach, Tho
Naal AdUsorj llinrdwlll meet on Mou
ilaj to airaugo for tho woik on tho crulecis.
Minor nnel Porsonul.
Tho services of Thomas IlrooUs of .Min
nesota as a $1,200 elcik In tho Third Au
ditors ollleo liiu been dispensed with,
'Iho Secrctar) of tho Treasury jestcrday
leeched a conscience contilhutlou ot $.'
from an unknown resident ot Washington
Thu Philadelphia 1'resi sajs that tho Indi
cations point mure strongly than c er to the
iippnliiliiieiit of (icucral .1, (1, Kiuusuorth
to tho mnishalshlii of tho Dlstilct of Colum
bia about November 1.
A lady sltor at tho Tieasuiy jestcrdnj
afternoon tripped whllo descending tho
long lllght of stouo steps fiom tho First
C'omptiollei'sdoor to that ot tho Public
Monejs Division and fell nearly tho entire
length ot thu stahcaso, blio was picked
up almost unconscious, but was not Bu
iyiiAX aoi'.xt gju:i:x.
An Old Siililler Who Agisted lu tho
I'niitiiro of .lnliii Hrowii,
Major Israel lltceu of Mitchell, Dakota,
who has Just been appointed to thu blssetou
Indian agency, went to Dikota soveral
j ears ago fiom Virginia, llefoio tho war
he w as lu Iho United States Marluo Corps,
ai d was tho senior oDlcer lu command nt
the Washington llarracks In October, lb.Y.1, at
thu tlmo uf Iho John Drown iiildiitll.upci's
Ferry, llo headed tho detachment of
ulutt) marines that was ordeied to tho
si cue uf the disturbance and led tho assmlt
on tho old iiiglno house, whero lltouu and
his 1111 11 had iiu tilled thiiusclves. When a
hole had been battel ed lu ouo of tho doois,
linen nawlod thiough, ran around ouo of
Iho tli u mgines, and found John lliowu 10
loidlug his iiirbliie. 'iho ofllccr bioujjht his
Miiuu iiiiwu 011 Ihu mil mini's neck with all
hit sin nuth and disabled him, Tho assault
win. hlhl.v iiiiupllmiintcd by ltoheit 11,
In, win was tho culonol lu uommiiid
Miijm tlrein afteiwiud served under I.uo
In tin liiufiikiato in in). Ho will havo
1 h, IL.11 1 f idixui l,uuu jlou at thu ialssutuu
An (lV,iiiK (ntei'llDtt.
l-r Inns, Oit. 21. UlOo'ilock tu-diy
am ther mid moro pulille Intel vlnwoecurrod
In the 1 lllee uf iiicuit atturue) lutween Ml
t-iinuel N, 111 ouks of Filmland and the pi Is
01 r, tl n in, who has 1 let f)i gilt "v
r tin mime of Maxwell,
Senator Garland's Confectionery Joko
on Senator Butler.
the theasuhy watoh-doo
Tho Capitol Edng Put in Readin033 for tho
AN OLD IjADV'S CUO0KSDNE33.
Tho Allornnj-deniriil Hits No Iiloa of
1,1 mlUK tliu Culilliet
"Yob," fnhl tin old employe ot tliu
Siiinto to tho writer ycslenlny, "At-toriiey-fltneriil
Oatlntul is something nf
n jiructlcnl Joker, llo H not one of
your liursclly pcoplo, who think tho
bronder the Joke, tho moro enjoyable It
l, but ho likes a little fun, oven If It tako
n practical turn. Do I remember any Joko
of which Mr. Garland was tho author? Of
course I do; aud 1 must say ho Is generally
his own victim. When Mr. (larlaud was lu
the Scnato ho was eiy fond ot candy, I
don't know how It Is now, but then bo
nearly alwajs lnel loufcctlonery ot somo
kind lu his pocket. Now Senator Dutler of
South Carolina also has a sweet tooth, and
got Into tho habit of strolling four or llvo
time nday oci loMr.tJailaud's candy-shop.
Mr. llailtind was very generous with lilt
sweets and alwnjs accommodated tho South
Caiollna Scuatoi. Ono day It uccurro I to
Mr. (Iiiiland that ho would prepuo a
lozenge especially for Mr. llutlcr. 1 to did
so, baptizing It In mustard, vluegur, salt
pcppirnnd tho test of tho scunnslng. It
was a lively combination, llo went around
Iho chamber and told tho other Senators
about It and asked them to keep their cyos
on Mr. Duller for tho candy that was load
ed. Senator llutlcr was an object of un
usual Inlctcst thatdaj. Ills fellow Senators
iiioiignt tnni.Mi. limlanil was going to nil
him up with dynamlto and thoy were gohi'j
to have fun with him. II) o and bye Mr.
Duller saunteicd around lu front ot (lai
laud's desk ami asked for somo caudv.
-Mr. (iarland pulled out his raek-a-rnc'k
lozenge. Tho Instant Mr. llutlcr put It In
his mouth ho knew that tho candy
nnd his palalo wcio picparlug for u
very lively ccccutlvo session, lloglancod
around and saw bioad grins developing all
over tho Senate. Ho dropped to tho racket
nt once, and without moving a muscle ho
quietly iiuiichcdand consume 1 tho fostlvo
loznigewlth gusto, ilo then walked hick
and took his scat as If nothing had oc
curred. Mr. (iarland was fienueully re
minded of how ho had fooled Mr, Duller,
Lut nobody saw much fun In bantering the
gentleman from South Carolina ubout how
lie had been a victim.''
Mr. Holrnan has a national reputation ni
tho "watch dog of tho treasury." It Is
rather uncomfoilnhlo to havo to icpeat tint
phi use, but It has to go Into typo boeatno It
is connected with what follows At tho
last session Mr. Dolman opposed all hills
for tho election of public buildings until a,
mcasuio providing for ono at New Atliiny,
Ii d., was under consideration. Then Mi.
Ilolman was for tho bill without a dissent
ing vote. Now Albanv Is near .Mr. Hoi
man's home, llo needed a public building
there foi his business; his binlncfa being to
return to tho uet house, As soon ns .Mr,
Iloluiuu caino out for tho pioposcd New Al
lan) structmo ho was, ofcourso, Jumped
upon by tho other tnembeis who
wcio not watch dogs. For about tlneo
qunrtcis of an hour, headed by Mr. K. John
Kills of Louisiana, ihey succeeded In getting
a good deal of entertainment out ot Mr.
Holrnan, A few minutes after this a num
ber of members were In n conunlttco room
talking It over and still laughing about It,
wheu Hammond of OeorElv sill: "Tint
Now Albany appioptlatlon might say with
" TIs sweet to hear tho watch ilos's honest
Day ilceii mouthed welcumo as wo draw near
At tho south end of tho Capitol prepara
tions aro being mado foi tho winter clicus.
Tho desks havo been taken out uud aio
1 elng newly v in ulslied nnd covired. Tho
Houso very seldom allows thu Senate to get
ahead of It. J.ustjem tho Senate removed'
tho little sttlps of card boatdwlth mines
pilnted on them, showing lo which Senator
each desk le longed, and substituted llttlo
silver plates for them. This will bo dono
in the House. Those gicat accessories to
legislation, tho clonk-iooms, where Mem
Uis gather, suuiko and entertain each
othei with rocy ronnnies, nro being now ly
ficicitd. All of their fuiultuio will bo
new and an additional softness and senso
of lUlcefar uteule, as itwero, Is being given
tho lounges that will lurk In pleisant cor
ners 'llio walls ot tho hall nio also be
ing cleaned and tho frescoing touched up.
iuk bus been commenced on tho com-lulttcc-iooms
and thev will bo practically
furnished anew, 'iho tubs in which
Apolllnails water Is cooled will bo giwdy
and add mi aitlstic effect to tho cloak
looms, "ihu comfoit ot those who sorvo
Huh country lu tho south cud of llio Capitol
will oven Iciuoto close!) nUcudi'dto at tho
next session than hcretoforu. 'Ihoio Is go
ing to lo tioublo about ono thing, how
over tho Kick of sulllcleiit committee
looms Tho assignment of looms for com
mittees Is tho duty of tho Spoiker. As
theiols no Spc.ihci nothing cm bo done
about It until tho election of a presiding
nlUccr. And as tho cnmmltteu room Is by
no means sufllclcut tho Speaker wilt havo to
ask tho Houso to piovldo formoic. How
Hint will bo dono no ouo has ns jet thought
much. Ovcrou tho Scnato sldo work Is
nlso going on, but not lo tho ctcut that It
Is on tho Housu side. Tho Senatorial
desks aro being sciapcd, varnished aud
newly coveicd, llio eominllteo rooms being
put In ordii and Iho walls ot Iho Senate
chamber cleaned. Doth tho Senato and tho
House of ltcprcscnUtivcs will havo now
In a inlhoi pccultircaso tho Government
bus Just dlieohd, iipun thuiecomuicudatlou
ot tho Commlssioiiei of Patents, that a nolle
prosequi bo cuteicd. It Is that of an old
lad) about lift) -tho) ears of age. Hcrllist
husband was killed In tho war uud shodrow
a incision. Tho pension of a soldier's
widow ligall) ceases If she mm tics again.
1 his liulv did take unto herself another hus
band, ilo was ix wcll-lii-do gcutlem in, anil
like herself, stood as high M anv one lu
their lommuult), and was as well spoken
of. The hid), without tho husband's
know ledge, furgul all tho papeis and cer
tllliates neiissiir) aud foi )oais continued
lo iliuw tin pulsion. It was a sin ill
inonthl) allowance, but It was so long bo
fnlu she was discovered that she hid lllo
Kull) drawn $-1,400 from the Government,
I pou the illsiuvii) of tho f i and iilmlual
suit wascntered agiiinst her. Her husband
came fmwiitd uud iilteied to make good
the $1,400 nml jidj ull costs. Such wero
lluielieunislames smiiiundlng thu taso tint
Iho Goviinmeut coiihuiIiiI, Thu Kid), who
hud succeeded for joins lu i heating tho
iiovciumeni, guvu us ull excusu lliutwiiou
she iiui.urlid shu liuil an lueLt-cut slutorln
luku emu of, nnd wliuu I hut sister dial she
lilt upon lit i liutnlk two iioiiiiIIus oliildron.
It whs for Ihini Ihattthu commlttod tho
All of tho talk that ) mi hear about At
toiui) General (iiiiland's lellilng fiom th.
Ctblnit Is nonsense. Mi (, iilnud llkns tliu
dutlik uf his oflne and Is making an u'Cci I
luit lit uil of tliu Depaitineiit of .lusiieu Ho
Is on tho I est of turns Willi tin, l'ulduiil
m d the list uf tliu Cabliii I. ami his no inoi ii
lib ii of leslgnlng thun ho has of sei'kln ; tliu
l ns. linn of hi'il nU.ser to kin,' Tli ibnv
It in iv be inti listing to I lion li iw Mr I' ir
laud looks up hi his future, polil e i!l lie
'iv "Tli o'l'i i of ' t ii ii tl ii 1 1 in
to nio luiMilli Itul. The I'teshlcut t ju 'lit
mo; neither my friends nor I sought lilm,
Micn I acieptcd, 1 determined lo miko ns
good an Attortipj-Ocniral as I could. I
eamo to tho determination when J left the
t'enato Hint my futuro politically was then
over. W henl leave tho Department ot
Justice 1 shall go to my homo In Arkan
sas, and as far ns actlvo participation
tlicriln Is rouccriiid, politics and t will bo
xvjr .tonxsox's imvaltv.
Jlr. I'leilnrlilc AV. Sovvnril Agiecs
Willi cx-Nnri'tnry 3li Uiillucli.
Mr. F. W. Sowatd, who was Assistant
Secretary of State timid Fresldcnts Lincoln
nnd Johnson, talked jeslerday lo a Now
York Herald teportcr ubout tin controversy
glowing out ot tho publication of tho
Chauncey M. Depow letter. Ho siys that
tho whole story about'tlio Johnson "con
splrac)" lsnow lohlin and that tho views
expressed by ox-Secretary McCulloch,whlcli
wcio given In Tin: Cr.iTir esterday, nro
thosaiuunshlioHii. Mr, Soward 1ml tho
most Implicit belief In Ficsldent Johnson's
lojaltytotho I nlon, and his never since
seen any reason lo clnligo that belief. Ho
found Mr. Johiiton, during nvo years of of
ficial nnd pcronnl Intercourse, to boulojnl,
patriotic, dclcrmlncil and rosolulo in in
v hlle ho docs not doubt that Mr. Dcpew
ttuthtiill) Btdcd nny conversation with
General Grant, it si'cms to him to ho liko ono
nl tlio many mlsrepresentatloiis of Frosldcnt
"It wn,"sn.vsMr. Howard, "tho fashion
nt that peilod of heated polltlcvl feeling for
tl oso who advocated tho Congrusliial
plan of reconstruction In denounco Frosl
ilint Johhsou for lack ot patriotism because
he ndhctid with cental tenacity to his plan
of lccfiiistiuctlon. Mr. Johnson llrmly bo
llevcd Hint ho was nrijlnp; out Mr I.ln
coin's pulley and that ho was b.Utllug with
tboso wlioo posed It "
j war. rixvusra susvvx3iox.
lie l'roti'tls A;nlnstii Silliini uy Ait Ion
A lthuiil u llonilng.
The telegraphic concspondenco between
Jtidgo Vincent ami tho Washington ufllduU
Is published. Oclober 20 Vincent vvlrod
Attotnej-tleneial (.ailandi "Can I lnvo
jour pcunlssloii to start for Washington ?"
Garland lepllcd the suae da) : "I lnvo no
pcimlsslon to give, as ) our suspension by
tho I'rceldcnt Is absolute,"
On llio21stlucciittclegraphcd Frosldcnt
Cleveland, protesting ngalnst "suinnnry
action without a hearing" whereby his
"charnclir Is mined foievir." Itodeehrod
ho lould reach Washington In four ill) s,
rcfuto any ih.uges ana show that ho had
bun nn uptight judge.
The President replied thi; samo day, say
ing: "The dlspaleh ot tho Attorney-General
was nppiuved b) me and tho same will
bo Cdhcicd to, beiausc iilioti the conceded
facts wo are convinced that a change Is de
manded." Judge Vincent, under tho simo date, re
sponded: "Tin full facts aro not before
jou. 1 havo stnt them to tho Attornoy
Gcncral b) null lo da). I am not lighting
for theofric, but in) good nimr. ITeiso
lead my eluUinmt on Its arrival."
3Ir. rh'VcliuitVrt I'nnipnlirti Clitiph.
Ficsldent tleviland his conlilbutcd to
the Democratic campaign fund lu Now
Voile. Tho exact amount ot his contribu
tion Is not know n, but tho following Is nn
ctiuct fiom n litter signed by him and du
llveicd to tho chairman of tho Stato execu
tive committee j o'tcnlaj :
Dl'VuSiii: "I send with this a contilbu
tlon tuwurd dcfrajlng tho oxpeuscs of tho
Dcmocrutlu campaign lu tho Statu ot New
Tlio Clinrlty Oi'iinlutlon Hnrlcty.
Tho second annual meeting of IlioC'lnrll)
Organization Society of the District of
Columbia will be held on Tuesday ovenlng
next nt b o'llock In Spenccilait College
pallors. The piesldcnt's address, leports
ufgcucial secrdaij and tieasunr, an ud
diessbj lIon.Chas.fr. Fnlrchlld, Assistant
ccciuarj oi tuo i nucu Bt.ucs iroasurj,
and leo mesident of New York CTtv Chailtv
Organisation Soclct), and discussion of
means for the repression of pauperism and
vagrancy and tlio promotion of Unlit and
tclf-denendinco by distinguished citizens
of the Dlstilct, will fouu an Interesting pro
gramme, bee adv.
Tlic ( . M. K. ('oiifcrpni'i'.
Theiowrsn hirgo attendauco nt Iho col
ored M. F. Ci iifercnco to day. It was de
cided to appoint an agent to solicit funds
for liquidating tho debt tin Isiael Met
ropolitan Chinch. Tho second Sunday
In next Jlav was set asldo ns n
day wheuiullictlous will bo taken In all
tho ihuirhcsof tho Virginia Confluence for
tlio r.Id of iho l.clgh Street Church T ho
considering comnflltco reports occupied
the rest of lo-d.ij 's session,
A NciTiiiitlc to Mcniilor Mioi-iiitin.
Sinntor Mierman will bo sirennded nt tho
F.hbltt llouo this evening at 8 o'clock by a
nuinbei of his fileuds in Washington.
I'KUbOX If. MVXTIOX.
JnlthiKs About lleilili'iits unit VVcll
Hon. lIeiieiL Com.iimi mrlvcd In the
tlly lust night
l.tiiTi.xvxT !. M. G. Ditiiws, U. S.
Navj, Is at VWliker's.
bKNvror. Coiejurrof Gcoigla Is leg
Isteied at the Metiopolltan.
J. II. Amilkt, ot Salem, Oregon, ai
ilvcd at the Lbbltt this morning.
Gvitsiiv (iitiivv Is among tho noted
I'cmisj lv nnhiiH now v Isltlng In Washington,
Jami s V.. I ii imii i.u of Now Voik and
II. N. Fugsliy of Kansas City aro at Wlll
ard'e. Jvmis F Dwn of Detroit and S M.
Sttougof CIlvcI.iuiI, 0.,iuu at tho Itlgs
F. F. vx Dnivrcn and Chailos 1!
Fowler of New Yuik aro at tho lllggs
F.X-l OM.1,1 mix Fit VMS Hfllll ot
Toledo, O., airlvid at Woimlej's this
Coiomi t iivui.rsll. Hoit, L. S. A ,
has rcmoud to No. 1511 Slxlceuth btieet
from 11 street.
lltcit vim 1' l.uiiiMi of lloston mid G.
F. bheploj, a St. Louis nttornoj, are reg
Htciid at Wurmlij's.
Hiin. 11 D Svim.e of Vermont, sec
retary of the Diuniciatlo National Commit
tee, nulled at thu Fbbltt last evening.
j.n i n mm .lulls F. Mnirn, V. S. N ,
who Is on spei ial dutj at tho Navy Depirt
ment luis lal.in thu handsome house No.
1751 F strut
Ill At, Allium. J. C. F. Dr.KuvriT Is
Il pin Uil to he en III, and tt Is this that
cniised his di tuihiiiciit)i'iterd,i) from ilutj
ns picsldeut of the Nnv) Hoard of Inspec
tion. Tin. handsome icsldenco of Fiofes'ot
G. Drown Guude, No HWO Maaehusitts
iiMnui, has bten puivhssod by Mr, O. 1
Austin, newspaper loriespotidcut, who will
oecupj It as ii home,
I.u tit x vxr J. Fnpv Mt'C'ov, Pcvcnth
Infunlrj, is to be married uoxt W'ednusdav
lit Vtincoiivei llarracl.B, Washlngtuii Tent
lorv, to Miss Kntheilno Gibbon, thu goaoud
dul'ighter of Gcneiul John Gibbon Mls
Gibbon l well-known buro, as Is ulsu tho
piufpictlvo erouw, who Is tlm sou uf tho
Into Colonel J. C. MoCojx who w-us nllu-du-iilup
to GeiiiTiil Shermun whin ho died
In io, uud of Mrs. Thom.ib V, Hartley ot
Cll'l HILL sows.
(ill'llliliil," riiun tlic limit Ituoonli I))
"( iltlo" Itojimtoit,
Mnrilugo llcensi'S havu ticun issued ns fol
liws Gioiiru I'liikiiuj and I.llMlieth Jaek
si ii, lle-i.i) (' Scott ol Phil ulilphl i, Fa.,
l.nil 1 iiiils.il Hi boll of this tt v
I I'Ushurgh A liiu hi tiled a bill lu
(qulty against W Kit tiiiiuMrulnr of tin
e I tiiflsidort t i's , 'Mil,! have
thoicil i tit i sold ii sil sfj claims
OUll J'ttESS 0ALM5UY.
Tho Editor-in-Chief of our Esteemed
MR. OIIOSBY S. NOYES.
What Pluck and Pationco Will Acwmplisli
in Overcoming Dlfllcultioi.
A RCORD TO DB PROUO Of.
Air. Crosby H. XoyuH, thu nix'Oin
pllsliiil ulllor of tho Keening Slav, Is nn
nhlc journalist who commenced his
nuvvspnpercnicer uttho lowest rotttiil of
Hie ladder, nnd bylili nblllly, Integrity,
Industry mid peculiar lUncss for juttrii
nllsllc work, fully incrlls Iho cniliicul
poflllon which he now orpiiplim
Jlr. Noycg vvns horn lu Mulni' In
162i", nnd his early boyhood dnys were
i in uv sttw vn r Mivrs.
spent on it tin m, but the cold, lilctk
climate pioting too sevcte for his Ihcn
delicate organization In out-door work, ho
obtained employment lu u cotton mill nt
Lewlston; then lu a carrlngo tilminlii;; es
tablishment, nnd Inter on became a lountry
From the savlnss of theso sources ot em
ploj ment ho obtained foi himself un ncailc
ink al education. Whllo nt tho acadomj ho
Kavo llio llrst evidence of his talent as n
newspaper scilbobj vviltlne; some humor
ous sKitchcs of his llfo In tho mills, which
wcio coplid In scveial Journals and at
tracted lonsldcriiblo attention.
lint tho mid, ih-orous tcmpcrntiiio of
Maine rnutlniiid to ulTcit his health mid ho
was compelled to foicso further scholastic
lienors and seek a milder climate, lu Do
cimbcr, lfcl7, ho nrrlved lu Daltlnioie ami
carl) on tho follow lug morulnc though in
dellcato health, started on foot foi thu Na
tional Capital, which ho reached about inld
nlijht, weary and foot-soio For twelve and-a-half
cents ho prociucd lodhuutasmall
tavern opposite tlio old Cmtiu MniKct on
Scv tntli stmt and w as up I etlmes tho next
da) toscaichfor employ ment suitable to
Iili strength, llo was nmoiiK strangers, In
feeble health, and his fliiancial lesources at
tho vcrj lowest ebb, In short, ho was "on
tho lajTRcd cdiio" In all tho variations
which the term Implies. Hut ho was full of
manlj pluck and Now F.mjland force ot
character, and with determination to suc
ceed lu the Imttlo of llfo. Ho secured em
ployment of Mr. Joseph Millllngton, tho
well-Lnown lool.6eller, now located on tho
cornel of Foui-aud a-ludf street and Fiiiii
sjlvanla avcuuo. Mr. Nojcs bcjin work
ns canter and nmto agent for thu 11 iltimoro
sun, and dlselniped his duties falthfiill),
dcllvcicdhls pancrs with proinplness ami
riRiihirlty, but Mr bhllllngtou stjsthatho
never expected to see tho consumptive
leiohlng vouth, v,ho haunted his hook stoic
and ii.id his books dm ln;r llio cold mouths,
get tin ouch tho winter nine. In thosprlug
of ISIS Mr. Nojcs found cmplojmciit on
Iho Washington .Yens, a wceklj piper, was
also cmphivcd as correspondent of tho
I.cwMoii (Mo ) Joiiiiuit, did somo writing
for a llltrnry weekly In lloston, and later
on, wtote foi tho "Fhllndclphli Hntitnlmi
in l&"i Mr. Nojes made a tour through
F.uiopo on foot, writing homo for tho pros.)
attractive letters of his observations and ex
periences. On his icttiru homo from
abroad, fairly imbued with Journalistic
spun, no uecamo counecicii uiiu tuo i.ttn
it a !lnr as a reporter. Mr. Wnllich, tho
editor aud propiletor of the Mm, soou
iccoguUed thoiibllltv of his icportci, and
In n short tlmo Mr. .Nojcs became assistant
cdlloi, In whlih position ho exhibited such
f;ood Jiidgnicnt and capacity that Mr Wal
ach conllded tho management of tho piper
almost whollj to him,
In October, 107, Mr. Wallarh sold tho
,srui cstabllshmint to a company composisl
of .Mr. Novis, b. II. KniilTiuin, George V.
Adams, Alexander I!, fchephci d and Clarenco
II. Dakir Governor Miepherd and Mr.
Dakci subsequeall) sold out their Intel ests
In tho lemalulng members of the llrm, who
havo since conducted the business as Joint
I ndir the cdltoil.il management ot Mi.
No)cs the V ii has bicomu ouo ot tlio lead
ing Join mils of Iho liijtul btutcs, and ranks
anuuiir tho most piosperous newspaper
establishments In the laud.
.Mi. Nojcs Is of medium stature; fairly
proportioned, lie Is unlet lu manner, mod
i st and ii tiring Indisposition, ot studious
habits and n thorough newspaper dlsclullu
ailau, Ilo possesses, however, a (.ecu
inuhcosenso of humni, and away from thu
lares anil pciplexltles of tho daily neivsp.t
pcr uflce, is an eutcitaliilng unit must
ugiccahlu companion. Illsfiimllv ioihIsm
ot wlfo nml llvo ehlhlicn, throe sons and
two daughters. Ills cldist sun, 'Ihendoio
V Is suece-sftlllj puiLtlslnj; law at Shiux
Fulls, Dakota; Frank D , Is ii'.siktaiit bttsl
Hiss manager of the sn, and his Miilngust
son, 'Iliomas, is a sludiut at I'llneeton
Mr, Nojcs with his wife uud daughters re
sides on ids hlhlj linpiuved furm soruu ten
lull s from the iltv, on thu Mutropolituu
Hi uM.hof the II. A O. II. II,
msriiicT aorimxw:xv xkivs,
xiutliis ltoliiit Consldnroil li tliufjom-
1 lie t ouimlsilrnicrs have been aski I to
sfllln II. u bhertdun uvenue uui roni hiuunt
iiuslIou ut their oaillesleonvonlenee 1 wo
jiais have pussiil. slnee thu llrt cuiiiplulut
wiismiiilu. Tlui piioplo of Mount I'ludsaut
Want tho width uf the street sealed.
building permits have I ecu grunted to
Mrs. Kaufman to build an addition to
house at the noitliHi'sl ciiii"r of Klghth
nml t stieels nt u i m-t of fr l.siW, S, J, ilubol
lo lulld mi iiddllii n to JJ.J Mist stieet
IioillieuM, j.V.ll, h)hox tu bililil uimd
illtiuntoll.il 1, stint, ? .'Ml.
A iitllhn his Uui iceelvid bj tlio
(. i iiiinissloniis lulling utieutloii to tuo
"hollow" Just south ut tliu Capitol
giuiiiids, ut Di Lilian iivuiiik, In th"
vlilnltv ot D sunt I In pil.imi st it. ,
lb.it the lllllng up of II. i pi i i nine I In
mt of the drain, und then In t i a la
of stagnant water thcio Mr m u,
ltow tin, I nuti'i vuttvp I'.lirlors of
llieliiroiil Treuli'il liiu Vliiriiilv
l.oxtioN, Oct. !l -Thu Msrqiilsuf lirno
iiltimptiil to ndilrcss n meeting of tlm
clcelursnl llretitford lo-day In tho Inleiosts
of tliu l.ll crnls, but he htd hardly begun
speaking w lieu Iho i row d w huso sj mp ilhlcs
wnosltonglj with tho Conservatives begun
to assail him with lutten eggs and suhjoct
him to all sorts of ludlgnlll"a. Momeof thu
more dmitig of Iho crowd clambered on Iho
iihiltotin mid hustled tho Marquis lu n
llvilj iiimitier, and ended by smashing his
The dimonslratlnn was so thrmlonlng
(hat Iho Mmipils sought sufi tj In lllght. So
pictlpllalo was his dipirtuio tint notvvlth
stmnllug tho fact that a heavy rain storm
tucviillid at the time, ho did mil wait for
Ills carriage, but ran all Iho way to thu rail
way slalluti, a howling mnh pursuing him
the meanwhile und pelting him with all
soils of missiles Arilvlng nt thu stillon
hooppoilunilj caught u train for London,
or ho might have leeched moro sirlous In
jury. Ills political opponents next turnel their
nltititlon lo his supporter, many of whom
wero sovirrlj handlul. 'I hoy then limit
possession of Iho platform nml passwl reso
lutions denunciatory of I ha Liberals and con
demned lu sttong terms tho policy of tint
pally. Ilreiitford Is In Iho henit of n stiong
cm s vnvits nut ninivii.
Janus Malcolm, a meat salesman, alias
Captain McDonald, was to-day found
gulltj nf bigamy in tho Criminal Court at
llihthlnu and sentenced to seven J ears
peiial servitude Mi'Dounld, on April I
last, married Miss I'.uima Dash at .St.
.limns' Chinch, llrlghliui, notwithstanding
Iho frit that ho nlieady bid n wifeMrs.
Lll.-nbelh Malcolui, lie was tried twlco
for thu ofTinsc, tho Juiy disagreeing on
Ihu llrst ttlal Malcolm's defense was tint
ho was llio victim ot n mlslakiii Identity
brim of Titr, nisttoi' or r.i.v.
The lllght Itcv. James l'ussell Woodfoid,
I) D,Dtshop;of F.lj, Is iloul. Ho was
lorn at Hcnlcy-on-'I liamcs April 30, I8'J0.
llo wns ordained deacon lu IBI'I, after
giadmitlug with high honors from Cam
bridge, nnd lu INI", was orilnlnod a prlost.
Ilo was unmlnitid to the bishopric of I.ly
when Dr Haloid Iliowuu was tiaushiled to
Wliii hcslir, and wits consecrated In West
minster Abbey December 1 1, 1S7.I. Ho was
tho nullioi of soveral volumes of sermons,
i Mri i.on xx it i.i i vvniiovtcn
Tho return of the F.inpcror William to
Dirlln was Iho occasion ot u great popular
dimonslintlon of welcome last ovcnln.
'Iho Fmperor li oked lu bitter health Hi m
for some time past, but seems depicssel hi
LAttl' lAV IV IVY CI l'Y,
A (looil TtmU Anil 3liiuy l'unplu lu
Atli inliiiii e.
Ill the foilith race jestcnhij, the Cuiigi ess
StnkcF, Dob Miles carried a great dual of
public luouej. McLaughlin was secured In
ildu him, mid although he did all that he
could vvllh Iho horsn hu had u tremendous
I nb to git homo thlid, I'osleiiil n Inning
cusllj, with Fiilgimficond. The holt race,
whlih closed tho ill), was another dlsip
polntmtut tu tho supporters of tho favorite,
Ilarnum, who, though he took Iho llrst boat,
was easily beaten hi tho two following heats
bj Hiil-and-'l oe,
Tu. (til) 's Kae-PM.
Tho largest crowd of any that has at
tended tho Ivy City races at this meeting
assembled about thu track this afternoon.
Iho track was lu good condition and fast
tlmo was thu gencrul expectation 'llio
society people wire piisent In laige num
bers, ntttaclcd bj thu hist racu on tho pio
grmunic, tho inllo dash for gentleman
i filers. Iho auction pools sold about, ns
First race Ivj Cllv stakes, 1 mile. Wnlt-a-W
Idle (ST), 420, l.flthi Minnie (00), $.13,
Flunk aid (s-,i,i-!;i;; Deslu 11. (H1)), $il
Second race Selling; J mile, lllchirdl..
(!), $10, Oueen F.sther ('.ill, 2'i, Pat Duii-
nlsCJO), T; L'bertu (U')), $J.', Lord homo
(III), IT, Chanticleer (8T), $JT; Mlttlo II.
(WO), Wl; John C. (IK)), $17; Itosctto (1),
411; llotaelilmlo(102), 17;Haib.ira(M,$7.
'llilrd raco Handicap, 1 i miles. Hers m
(Ut), $110; l.croy (S), $20, Jim Doiighis
(115), frTO; Swift (10.1), an, lleil and-Too
(KM), $75: King George (UIJ), J0, Valet
(1011), $MI, I.nlgma l"i), tjXi
Fourth race 1 mile, ltlea (110), $.'j,
Colonel Claik (loll, rl.l, Desslo (llnl, $10;
Hnicfoot (lWlj, i), i:imcnilnit(lUll), .,
Colonel Spiuguef 110), $o, Luly Loud (1UJ),
Fifth nice -Stieplcclnso Quebec (1.1JI),
iC,r,, Jlin.MiGowcinU.l),i:00; rilfonU135),
?12, F.seo(12j), 7.
Chanticleer was sciatched In tho socond
raci, Dtrsan in the third, F.lmeudorf lu tho
fouitli nnd Abrnham, F.ssox aud l'al Dennis
In Iho llfth.
'iho fltst raco was won by Desiloll , Frink
Ward sicond, Wnltiiwhllo llilrd. Tune,
1 lr,J. Miitualspald tilJUI.
'Iho second raeo w.is won bv John C ,
Ibcito scinml, lioscltu thlid. lime, ltfj
Mutmils, $10 (si.
Jim Duucrlass won the third race. Swift
suonil, Fiilgma llilid, time, 2,21. Mtituals
A vVniiniii 1'or Hnii.ji;i'r Wpl'iiull.
MnwvihfL, U is , Oit 21 Judge D)er,
I'nltulMatis ( limit Court, issued orders ot
must this afternoon for John McCaull,
Mitmigt i Dunhip, DoWolt Hopper nnd
Gioii.eC Hunlfaee, Ji., of MiCaull Opera
( nmpniiv, in action for damagus brought by
h)dne) llosinfihl, who claims to hold tlm
enpiilglit of tho opira "llhuk Hussar."
Auists will hu mado this aftoi noon.
Mniil'M .Ittr.v Completes
Nrw Yiuii., Oct. 21. Mr. F.vcrit, imnu
fin tilting stationer doing busliioss at 170
Droadway, was silcctcd as tho twelfth
Jumr In tho Waul caso to-day.
".Ill-ill Killing" llurioil.
Finsrin.", M vs., Oct. 31. Tho funeral
of tlio lata llcni) W. fchaw,"Joh Hilling,"
tool, place this morning.
Ali'xninli In Att'nli'rt
Aiexvmiiuv, Vv., Oct !W. Tho state
nieiit going tho rounds of tho nuvvap ipers
tu the cfTect that "the llrm of A. I. Slinms
A Co., of Alexandria, Va., have houu de
fruudi'd bv AVin. C Green who has been ar
rested In Chicago," Is spoiled from the fact
that no such firm or mijthiior liko It exists
Hovs. IVarci', Paulson and Hojle, allot
whom have hem stiitliuud here, will ad
dicsslhe llefiiriu C bib meeting on Monday
night nrxt. Ml thrco of thu ministers
were active In tin temperance cause whllo
slut loned here, and Mr Poarcu vvus tho
founder of tho Deform Club, aud ho conies
uow tu suv i It if possible from a lingering
Mustir Fred. Moss, son of ticket agent
Mo.s, while with bis father Ashing ut Hunt
ing t ink Drldgo justeniuv, fell ovorbuanl
tuni iioniiwly cscuped diovvuliig. Ha was
risiuiil b) bis futlier.
Mis Dell, a cclubrated tempornnco loc
turir. will deliver a lecture at Trinity M
F. tliuiih tu-iilght.
liiv. John R. Musso), uiudldtite fur I.1.' i
teiiunt-Goviiiitir uu thu iJium nth tl k i
will speak hele next Wodm s I u m u
.Indue ttuiiit will also spent at '
Iho polltiiul cimvuss Is gel tin.? pre ty
mini lure, I ulh puiliei belli r, i-ugig'l In
milling thilr full vote. Thu cuupalji
lul us in le useil D) llio nepuii'ieuus uer
luive beiu luelvidbj Ml Sli Kuiulo, ull I
tl el i llt'uil "leu kell'e" will now boll.
I , l i i I V h n i ii - tu I i i in,
I i i nb' i Hi - nil in
AIR. SIlBHiMAN'S VIEWS.
The Senator From Ohio in ta Genial
and Hopeful Humor.
HE WITjL SPSAK IN VIP.QINI A.
Ills Jit. eilli'iiil Hpcci li n C'lirrri t Htalo
uit nl nf Ills ()iliiliin.
Sintilor Shurnmn of Ohio nrrivod nt
llio Klibllt Houso Ihls niotnlng. .V
short vvhllu nflur ho lmtl tuleon hii
lnniniiigiiicnl it ropresentnllvo or Till;
Clinic culled upon him, mid 31 r. .Sher
man vvns In such n good humor that hu
lull-id frcclj und wllllnglj. Ilo Is luoklng
unite well aftor Ids millions labor In tlm
Ohio campaign nml sn)s that ho feels will.
In flunking ot tho political complexion
uf the Ohio Legislature ho sail. "Wo will
hum n clei ruuijnilty on Joint ballot of nut
less llian three, no matter If tho Democrats
should su uio nil of tlio members ot tho
legislature from Hamilton County, lu th it,
ii uiit) thrro have been tho grossest frauds,
and II riimilns to ho recti whoUicrthoy c.vi
I e mstult.od Ulieto will undoubtedly lij
I I titi sts, I ut posrlb!) the courts at Clncln
null mu) allow the ccrlllleatcs to stinil.
'ilii'io Is in, iilnce lu Hie country wheru
greater Itnuds have been perpetrated than
thoro b) tho ( Ini Innatl Democnujr."
At this Juncture of tho In ten low n Jlr.
Dill, formerly of Llttlo Hook, Ark-., put In
a won! or two, and said ho would like tu
correct tho rknator Hu (Hill) had prepared
n statement showing that In somo of tho
b'oulhern Mates negro voles wero suppressed
b) tlio thousand, uud that six votes lu thu
Ninth counted as imuti as llfloen lu tho
North Mr. Hill added that ho had i-eut
his figured to Now lork, whero they worn
lillig used tu effect, and hoi egictted that
lie had not prepared them In Time for usu
h) Mi. Sherman out In Ohio.
'Iho Senator acquiesced tacitly in what
Mr. Hill had said, und then Tuts Cuirtt man
gut lu ii v.oid or two ngalu.
'iWhntdo jou think of the outlook lu
Niw orky" wasnskod of tho Senator.
"Vou know ns much ubout It as I do,"
was the herniary' replj "I am guldud
bj what I hoar. I hnvo not been lo New
oik, nordo I Intend going, as 1 dei'llued
the Imitation Fiom all 1 cm honr, though,
ltiputillenn punpicls are good. There Is a
gient deal of cuthusiasiu piuong tliu Uepub
lleans, and notonl) havo all tho Mugwumps
tcjolned us, but tho Mugw ump nowspapcis
m u i uppoillng thu I'upublleuii tlokot,''
"When do jou go tu lralula"
"Heave hero Monday for Petersburg,
win ro I am to epenk I may make loVeiui
ulhcr speeches In tho Stale, but I cannot
till jou where else. 1 shall remain. In tlu
Mali but a few dnvs."
"Have jou miii llio attack of Iho New
Yoik ..'mini? W upon you for going Id
Irirmla to help Mnlioue''"
"1 havo not. 'ILoWbn lijporerltlc.il
paper. Mavbe, supoie rillcol Is thu uettei
vuiid I suppose tho iW altauku mo lu
( niise nf Mubonu's connoctlon w Ith lepmlLi
turn. Mnhone on that (piostlon bus broil 'lit
Iho Democrats over to him, and thatmiftcr
Is all Mttlnl. I am going down to Vlrglnli
to litlp Mahonc beeauso he U a licnubll
"What will be jour loading issue before
Iho Irglnli people"
"ThotaillT. Iho Virginians have moro at
stake nnd need pioteetlim to a greater ex
tent possibly thun the people of Ohio."
Ilv this time .Mr Fox of tho Xal'mtm! I!
piilhrrn hail entered tho loom, "(llvo It to
thun stiong on the tariff niiestlon, Sena
tor,"' salil Jlrotlicr Fox. "That's what they
want down theio."
'I bin Druthii Fox al.ed tho Scuntor If bu
had seen anv copies of his paper out hi
Ohio dining thu lampulgn. The Seuitor
said hu had, and Mr. Fox added tint ha had
srutlind them around pretty llvul), mil
hud publlslu.il facts und llures to help tho
Hi fining to his Mt, Oiload speech, Sena
tm bhcriuan Slid that h hid rend It ov er
e an full) since the papjrs undo such a
luror nlioiit It, ami there Is not a worn in It
that ho would tike back Ho meant to
keep iiii Ihu light on that Duo until theru
was a fulr ballot uverjwhcrc, and litdoln
so ho did not consider that ho WttSteopon
Ing tho animosities engendered by tho war.
"l'llj jou hud not made that speuch six
.vims ago," ciaculuted Mr. Hill uud .Mr.
l'ux smllid. 'Iho Sonateir from Ohio Slid
nothing, mid Tub Cum loprenentiitlvo
asked Mr. Shciuiau about tho proposed
sinnado to night.
"1 lnvo heiud It staled that such was tho
progiammc," lemirkud tho Senator.
"Unit's cornet," tuld Mr. Fox, and hero
the Intel view ended.
r.jiH'iM-rsj liai'Kt'il Willi Jltirli't'.
CiiviTiMiiii.v, Ti.xx., Oct. 21. A seusa
lluu v. as created lu this city jonterdaj by
tho arrest of tlneo well-known joiing moil,
chargid with helping to lynch a negro at thu
Jail last mouth for murdirlug a street-car
drlv er. '1 ho grand Jury found llvo Indict
incuts, but two of tho accused have left tha
eltj 'Iho Ihico joiing men arrested aio b
F. Allen, cheek clerk at n rallrosd depot
and ouo ot tho best known joung men lu
Ihu eltj; Will Dtown, an lion worker,
brotlur of a wealthy contractor, and Jullm
Weber, a bwlss. They are charged with
niurdir In thu Hist degieo and nro in Jill
without hall Application has buen undo
for ii wilt of hibeus cm pus. Public fooling
Is Intel sc, nnd thcie Is loud talk of forcibly
lesiiilng the pilsonirs. The Jail m,
stiunglj guarded last night.
A i'oltl-ttliioile'il aTtirilor.
Omaha, N'eii., Oct. 21. A culd-blmnh 1
niurdir was committed noar Fouea, Dlxm,
County, Thuisday. James Alcxaudui, an
oldicbldcnt, was measuring nhoat, together
with a hired man named Driggs, wlieu thu
latter shot and Instantly killed Aloxinder.
Tlio murderer tin n told Mis. Aloxnndor
that he hud killed lieu husband, aud that if
sho idscil uuoutcrv ho would kill her also.
'Ihcn he took u horso and Hod. He was
captured jestirduy at Hiirtlngton, Cod ir
Count), uud will have n hearing to-dnv It
ho cm ii pis lv mblng. Thu excitement in
thu vli lull) of the tmtrdci runs high.
Mr lion oils' Huoliw,
Ni w 'ioith. Oct. 21. There socnu to ho
fill m me iiiutiulon respecting; the augii
mint of Mr. How ells with Messrs. Ilarp-r
A Hioiliersso furusi that ongagemunt con
tuns the publication of his writings lu bun ,
fouu. 'I be fuels aro as follows ; All of Mi
Hiiwelln' future vviltings, vvllh the slngl,
e-xiepllnii of a novel upou which ho Is n m
engiigid, will be publlshod by Messrs. II u
ini ix llrolhorc. both lu aortal and lmo
tin in. The novel lu imostlon, togetborvuili
tl.use lecuutly wrlttcu by Mr. lluwells, will
reiauliiln I hn hands of Messrs. 'Iiekiio: .
Cu. for a limited period.
Tho CIiIcoko MarkptH.
Ciitrioo, Oct. 34, Tlio market own l
mm ou wheat, on firmer cables, mud
dcelro to cover short trades aud sou e d
position to buy for a turn, ami udvanci I
to taj December. C uru was llrm and p n lv
steud). Klein this time until chise of I lie.
enslunTthi' guie' d lu ' "c) of wheat w is
I'uwiiw ml, mnl t'.i i was nervimi
nnd liiigiilui Ou I . . ad luorottse 111
v'sii h i ii; , 'i i i da etesitM t
null io,ii i Inaympvih,
i ii i i i l .oak,
, ... i lestuier Knots,
. i , on ui.-Ttw race i
(wu t liiu Ian and 1'eumor will bo rotv I
, . ,1 1 (t, i: ooi ,
IU;1 un tlio 'A'iMiu.
'1 1 e 1 1 iij uf n eonsmnptlve naiueil D i
Mulhi vms taken from. i train itt tlio D '
V il,p t to duv nnd teinovwl lo T.uO's un
,'ii I i; ' liibllshiueut to bu piepir I
i i 1 1 i lb In 1 'i thi ti On pi in
i iuli " ' 'i n F' Hi v'i '
I u' t i ' h "i.