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XXJL1. No. !4?N.
SlM.iyUKJKLD, (),, THURSDAY I.VI.M(i, OCTOHKIt 20, 1885.
Wasiiiniiti, ()l Js. -lor Ohio Valtejr an I
Tnnni tip cI.im If w.ntlicr anil ruin, follownl by
clearing weather In llie weatem pnrtlotia win Is
leniently alilllltitc to northwest, craiter weather
an 1 higher luroinrtc r.
TllUUsDA. , )
Oct. 29, 1885. )
All that ccitain line of odd
coats, odd vests and odd pants
K Friday at almost what
they'll brinjj. The whole stock
ol odds ami ends must go in a
We sell single hats at the
vciy same prices competing
dealers pay by the dozen.
Why? We are jobbers as weHl
( as retaileis of hats.
This ought to give us a largfe'
11.111r.u1e. wove got it. Al
most any dealer can furnish
boys' wool hats for 75 cents
and a dollar each, but where
ill the world outside tin vnir'
find the same qualities for 35"
ami 50 cents;
l'rim looking, straight brim"
or curved, round top, square
top or half and half, in men's
fine fur hats, are to be bought
our way at from $1.5010 $2.75
eachthen the quickness of
one price if you're in a hurry.
It was a large troke, the
placing of fine gray melton
o ercoats at s;.oo. t wne- mi
unusual stroke, and not likely
to occur again this season.
I iftien or twenty are all that
is h ft. The placing of heavy
friezes at $S. was a big stroke,
too but more likely to last on
account of the immense nuin
bet manufactured. Overcoats
in lufts suited to the season
of now are made better and
sold cheaper on account of
.-urns ready made and to
measure are dealt in at a great
s.uing to consumers. Just
what the saving is in dollars
and cents, is better explained
right here. The floor is fairly
black with tables loaded with
clothing, and still we haven't
tabic s enough. Enough, how
ex cr to proe to any level
heath il man that clothing man
ul.n tund and retailed direct
to consume s, with but one
profit added above lowest cost,
to make it at least one profit
Xiik out of ten hae a sep
aiatc gaiment of underwear
to bii). Nine out of ten can
Inul their separate garment at
a baigam among the marked
clown odd gaimentson jonder
coimu 1 .
I UK neckwear, collars and
culls suspenders, silk or lint n
handkerchiefs, hosieiy or
gloves, night lobes or fancj
pi 1 rale shirts, understand, aie
sold at a saving ol 20 per
c nt. to consumers, by adan
tagc s w e possess o er ordinary
I'RICh 'I WO CENTS.
(JKN. Al'CliBliLAN DEAD. I "''''
iik iukh aifitiiKM.r a r jj iiomk
KAItl.Y THIS millSIMI.
Nines uf Interest
A llrlef Sketch or III. Career-Ill. I nrly
Armv life, nml Kub.ciieifiiit Mm eea.ea
nut I ulliiitiHOilier
rum nitons Points
.Nicw Yohk, Oct. 2! (Jen. (1 entire II Mc.
C'lellan died very suddenly at kit e,e,ant
home near OranKe, .Sew Jersey, at 2 o cluck
(leori-e llrlnlon Vicieiiao. was brn In
I miaiiiihn, D.c J, 1820 In 18IJ hern
t red tlie Unit d Slates military academy at
W.St I'ulnt, ana irradtiattdtrccind in hi clan
In 18-ltl As lieutenant nf enidneirs be served
In Ihe Mexican war In lHl7,anJ wm ljrtete
fap'alh lor bravery In the rapture of the City
of Meilrci tliatyiar.
In (he early part ol 1H5S Cape MtClellan
waa ami nl a riitiiiiiiaaiiiii ..t ih..u ...... i. .n.
., u, ,,tv Btul i,j lull
Kournment to the seat ol the Crimean war
to rxatiitne the military systems ot Ihf reitt
Kurnn power In 1817, having tin,) 0
the inactivity nl atmv Ufa h. ..at... ..i i i.
come chit f inifihier of the I Unois Central
rail nail, whlrh tmaittnn liu I..1.1 ....n .i...
. i - " '"i uuill me
breaking out or the mil war, when he took
iiituniai.J of the union fuicea In VVeslern
Vl ttnii. which dtteated the rinf,l.r .i..
in July itt Uiih mountain Hnil Cheat river
A tew (lava after the l.mnni liflu nr it.. it
-. ... . .-. U....L u, unit
una and upon the rtcotntmndation of Oen
tyolt, ht was pointed commander ot th
w'yl Wn hlnuton, and when the aned
(Jn olt retired Irom Bctifo nrvlce .Norem
oe I, (JeD. alcOlellan was appointed corrt-nmudrr-iti
chitf of the armies ot the United
Mtli On the 10th of the f .lbwlng March,
faa mbrtd on Ilkhmond, but soon ttterward'
complained bitterly both l lecretary of War
S non anrj I'reil lent Lincoln tbat be waj
not being projierly supp.nel or furnished a
mfJirtetit numtier ol troop. In Mav he ca
lured Yorktown and soon alter ematfed the
foemy on the Chicaahotnltiy. Here he lay lor
Wine weekf, durinfr which time hit troops
sere decimated by the malaria arising from
the ewamiis. and soon aftppw.pit wh.n .n.t-
hcstillties avain iH-gan at u'echanlnvlll.
Safige's Stitloa, V httn Oak Swamp., (lalne's
"iiu auu niiTern ma ne wrote becretary
Stanton ' If I aae this army now, I tell
you plainly that I owe no thanks to you or
to any other persons In Waihington You
have done your best to sacrifice the armr."
On the lCih and 1 7tb ol September, 1SI.J
lien MtClellan won a great victory over the
confederates in thef.mous baltleat Anlietam
although be lost 1 1.4 Jo In killed and wounded
On the i.ib ol October he was ordered to
croes the Potomac, with his forces and attack
and drive (outh the enemy, but he d.Iayed
the lis II ion Ot thl nnt.. I. .!....
three w eks and waa mnl c.
hij command in coovquence by an order
Irom 1're.ident Lincoln, dated .Vovember 5 h
In AU0USL Htl h mma nnmlr... l. .1.
-"--' -I ' " " uuiuinnicu IIT ILC
detnocrali for the tireldenrr l.nt r.i.i
..-I. i -i ,. '. "" "",!.,
ju.j .i ciecium vniea, cast oy Kentucky
Delaware and New Jersey Hi resigned his
tiimmiHiou In the tegular army Nov.8, 18i.t,
and ejint the four succeeding years in Ku
rc, ince which time he has l-en refiling
quietly at Orange, .Vcw Jersey, ol which
utati he has lc n governor for one term.
The lleiiinrlinlile Itrlimanl arenr nf Wlb
IIhiii Itmirtie, n fiiinac Ihii of Corrj.
Ilninl Morning I illtlun )
I'Kir, I'a.lM .'H. loday Olricer W. II.
Mesainger H'rlved Irom (Jorry with a prisoner
for the Krle Jail a short, broad-shouldered
young man nl lu, whose name Is William
llourne. Iljiirne was the terror ol Ills rela
tives In Uorry, and bis imprisonment was the
only way of quieting their (ears Ills record
la not calculate! to Inspire confidence, he
having committed a uicst atrocious murder
iien oui i i years oiu. ne men was a resi
dent ol CNttaratigus county, New Yotk,
and lived with his steplather. Or a
stubborn disposition, he gave the old gentle
man a great dial of trouble, and it became
necessary to nunlh film for some transirrea.
Inh ..!.. I ... .L.. ! . t .
i"u. iiiiiirinicu hi me correction wnicn waa
a Itnltils ercd from the kindest ol motives, the
iKiy oeteiminen to tie evengf d, and, procur
ing an ax, be struck hi) stepfather dead. The
t ipkt c f the corpse, Instead of Impressing him
"mi me conscuusnesa oi uis irigntiul crime,
exrited him to a still hliher pilch crfury, and
he s-vered the head from the trunk and
kicked the gha'tly olject away as a child
would a lootball He was arrested, tried,
convicted ami sent to the Auburn prison for
ur iiiimnurr oi nis me Alter nearly 10
years ul confinement he pardoned and re-
Ilnurne came to this country and forced
hiinselt upon bis grandfather, the venerable
KIder I-rink, who had retired from the min
istry on account of advanced age. At last,
tired of supporting one who showed no dis
position to make amends for bis terrible
past li e, the el ler begged blm to leave for
some distant place where none knew his
hands had been stained with human blood.
The young man promised compliance, and
fH ke ot tatablishlng a cattle ranche in Teiaa
if provided with shoes and money. Tbeee
were given him, but he then said he had de
cided to postpone his departure until be bad
the Uvea of two men in Corry; he had al
ready killed a man, and it was not such a
dreadful thing to commit another murder.
The old minister, rpartiiir ih., h. . .
. - "e . uk ui ujcuj-
bers nf his lamlly might be the victimi of a
tuau.iiuu a sunen uesire lor vengennce, stern
ly bade blm begone and shut the door on
htm lorever. Hut he did not leave. He
staged around the premises, slept in the barn
and acted in a manner which boded no good
to the occupants or the place. Fearing tbat
he might break into the house and cut their
throats while sleeping, the alarmed people
had blm arrested. On the way to 'he county
prison heMirrel to the decapitation ol his
relative 11 years ago as an event hardly
worth casual mention
TUB NATIONAL CAPITAL.
a ma iuscitt.itncr
the Hr.irln to Sure
Origi lators of, and Onlj One
Price Clothiers ol
su.i: eu nei.Niis.
VTOriCK la liereli given that the city ol
l SpiliiKtit it (lliln will iitier lor Kale to tlio
iilxiiiklaiiil l-l Wilder at llie coum II tliaiu.
Krlu hum It), cm 1 ue lay, the joth ila ol
Oi ti l r A II IMA, at 7 Kin clue H i m , the
lamilKnr m I rlt) to the an mini ol Ihlrly
lluiiihaii I tfrlu "HI dollars, nl the dennmlnatliin
ol mt iliouuhd 51 mo, DiiiUm euh lulmir
Cp ru it. iiraiimuii Interim, a. utile neinl.
huh ally, HttlniuincL of tin city ireaminr In
th u 1 1 1 oratlhei liiiporteu'mnl Ira ltr" Na.
tola Hank In M w 'iorlitli at lliuoi tlon ol
the i olili r liu n of, on tn Ural ilay ol Mnroli
and . piimur In in li )aruiitlltht pininiil
of the. prlncii ul thertol Maid tannin to Ikj
coupon lam In aald bund lute lained or the
puiNokeoi it tHlnliigintniu for the )kiiiiiii
oi llie cokI ol tlm main sewer cm I cnur lru I,
In I enter ln t mwtr dlalrlct. or atwtr dutric t
No I HhM bomlt to to iluo anl I a) able as
roUow. hn tliouannil (J.) ixi) iloilara hi
tMiiliirlut iai ami nt lliouaaii I (li.cm) ol
larscin llie tlrn da) ol twpu lulu r aci jear
tliinultir until the whole, i mount la ial.1,
and whin hold are lo bo taken iiii 1 inlil lur by
tin i iiriliiii-r Iheuiir.Ht the uRIeeol tin illy
In na irt rin Uila titj wltlilii dlleuu (I5)d
Ir mi IIioiIhn (If Mil.) '
llidahirihe tin liae of aald luinda may I h
n id in wr.iui. with tin ell) clerk at any
linn ru t in timu hIhivu iiumnl ror tin
kkli ut kald I in tk.iitid hlila ellliui Mrbul ol
Inwrttl ir, wl' In rteelvnl li) auld couurll on
eaMJuliiUv Oeliibur at 7 li oclialeii in,
lull all I Ida will lH.ivmalilt nil li) thu elt)
t ouni II ami mi I bonds will Iw olJ at not le
ttuiiara ue atul acerui-d Inti reat, aubiettlo
tiKMoiiilltliniBl eiel.ihetoto hct lorth, lei the
hi I cni ami I oat lilildur
l) order of coiiiiell
"" i h riiim'Ai tkk nin rv
I.I II l. MlTlt'K,
Ht THNNA Wlar.oli'e.lKuwlik In Ilia Hlate
1 1 Kaiimi an I Mary I. iarc.t, ,,l n
the fHle il lii, lll lake rullce tlial r enille J
Satl if ( lack eouiily llliin illd (in tha I tliilay I
Jul) 11 lite her l.llllull III Hie" ourliil loin,
in m 1 Uh i 1 siJ iiiunty ailnat llerl I Serfin,
Marsarel II Hnil li Maiy r daroaul ami Itulli.
anna Mi lilnlauta kettlnu I rlli Unit kail
I la'lllill 4ImI iefili Ulila I li llie Vtll ilay of May,
Jka-i inline I int , an muiciliieiil lu enliaiuel 11
lun hi rij I tai I In c lark county, Ohio ttieu te
li litfitiMT lo Ml I ileli mlaula fur IMI arrei ul lull I In
Herm mini, Kaiisaa, tlmi I tlonirliiif ti tail
t lain II It ant wlitreli aal I ilafeli lanla alio anile I
in ay mid lUintitf llie turn nl JM ilienrwil
ellttiriiiie lu va ut of na d Ian U an I In wtitch
all iHltlin 1 1 ail i. ci II rayi iprcirtc erlorm me
ot Hal I irei me tit
An I the nail Mrv i lltraoxl an I Itiitlnniia
Win are Inn I y unllliel Ihillliey ire riiUliel to
8 oir ai 1 alliai r .1 1 tllluu nil or Intern llie
tfi r I Matur lay after tlm uili Jay of Oitobtr, Im6
Hale I he 1 1 II Ja.lA
KA.SNIK J WAIT.
Ily I' J Ct-KMiMiKa, I'Ulutlirs Attorney
bpt It., 'ci, M Tu I
I.ovnoN, Oct J'l The commiltee of the
Aborilnea' 1'rotec.tion Society and the Peace
Sotielj finds it uphill work lo raise any en
tliusiasm on bchall of Louis Uiel The me m
bers of these Sjcietied are more noted fjr
ecceiilritili than intluenii. Hnd their de.iieii.
"healli the warrior a awonl and cut down the
Imngmaii i rope ih not generally shared in
The iliitish Ca hi lies alone are n, .!.,. .
thing like astir on bebalt of commulalion,
""' ",ri "- oy no mean" eniliu.iiistic.
The oninion eziireiteil In tlir.D ...u.,.i. ...
' r "i.v iikui ii is
ol the public who have, troubled theuuelies
luiiiiiaiuer meaiiij it id that tberrity cour
ul having deiilel agamit Kiel, lua lat,
irojirl Hid in the haudi of the Canadian
ex iniive, but the uuiuiittee duej not take
this liew, und has mued an urgent a peal
tor help sating that Ihe time lor elfecilie
hi lun is ahori. llie memunal r the queen
ii h mo-t finished, ami the loiinmiiei) is ar
rangng in In 11 public meeting in lavur nf
llie commutation of the returner The i tlo ts
ol this committee ate. doub lesjver) cotimiend
abe.butlt is scarcely likel) the) wil be
elli a 1lU' Lord Clu on, ihe eldest s m and
hi-irol the I. rl of Darulej, has sent an inili
puident (etitioti lo the queen lor the pinion
ot liiel Hia argument is entirely from the
t'litliolii -t unljiuitit, and he shjs that Canada
wauls to bang the telethons hall-breed be
cause he is a Catholic. He cites the bilter
qets of the Orange au 1 Freemason ires
throughout the duminion, and the persecu
ilon of iliHopiorentsof accination In Mon
treul In totclusiou Lord Ciifion warns the
queen that rebellion may follow the barging
ot Itiel, and prays thai his sentence may l
commu'i'lto imprisonment for lile, but not
in a lunatic
toit i t.n.s
(leorge Anderson aud two of bis horses
were killed by l.gnimng at Ituihulle, Ind
lleiryWard ileecher had been sued by a
lecture commute for breath of contract.
Mlehiiel Oahn.aged seventj-eignt years, a
(ierman laliorer, handed himsell at .enia, O
1 art of the roof ol the tuiiuel ol Ihe .Sew
oik aque dm t gave way and buried several
lire broke out on the tug MtDinald ly
ing at Last .Saginaw, Mich, and several lives
tvott, a moldir at Si. Louis, was preci i
tale I into a pit ot mollen iron, aud charred
aloud rec ignition,
A convention ol beliewrs in divine healing
ami cure by laith and prayer Is in srs-iun al
A 0 Mnry, Counsel lor Mayor Harrison, of
CI irago, has at Ian tiled the lung delated an
swer in the militated ele-ttion lase
The dircoierj ol valuable medicinal
s rings in the country southeast ol lllllsboio,
O.is creiiting considerable interest among
ll.e outlook in the tl 1 Dominion Is that the
rei uLliians will be ahie in el. n,- u,..-iu
lurt in sp.tc ol all the frauds the democrats
i an commit.
William J llest, ex. president of the I'acilit
llank II iston, charged wnh theiinbeiilemenl
j rTiMiOO, plea lei not guilty and his bail
was liied at i.' (100
Itieiiierd A Junis, a member ul the C m.
mercml (, itle kcal elnlf, was inuriltd to
Mm Minnie hti-ele. at ibe (ViIi,i,i i. .,...
- . - ...,.. .mi. unitiii
nail, by Kev lather lllekey.
A L lie lion, ol iUltliuorr, accused of com.
pin It In the alleged coinpiraiy to muider
bis iliiugblcr-in law, cbaratttruea Ihe wuole
story as absurd, aud the work ol a traak.
Harrv Shater. the Sn entii uu-.i .i....
. -. . ....... nr.ii, lltll,,.-
erit, Cincinnati, who was sent to the work-
iiiuio ny juuge riigeraiu lor violation ol
ll.ltillll lilltd la ..nl .... .1... ....... . i.
-i ' ". "u mr sirreii again,
through the connlinuce aud chicanery' ol the
A maaa miellng of miners with three hun
dred pn sent, was held at Seliouville, in llie
lloekltig allej, lo consider a projsitlou lo
delllaUll aU adlalKL of ten eenla t.ep fn. I,..
lu the man larmia eaae an.nin.. I . r..-u i...
,, , -. .- F ,- nnur tnr
district court at I'n.i ninmi u full i.i ,,i ,i...
amendul elllioii ol llie reiubllcan tenaturtal
'"""' '"'" " prtseuieu, wiiu ailartllngand
ipccilic array of accusatiuui.
n llie Ht. .tie. or Mulli.r ami DnuKlitr nt
the Mnyor'a mill e.
Irmin Morning lalltlou
I'lTTlllLKII, l'a, Otl. 28 Mra. .lame.
blencer, who lives on Bedford avenue, took
net lo jtar-old daughter liefore Mayor Ful
ton yesterday and wanted to have her sent
to the reform school, claiming that she would
not stay al home and was incorrigible gener
ally. The girl waa rather prepofseasing in
appearat e, and her actions belied the teiti.
mony ofher mother She told her story in
a plain, honest manner, and said the reason
she would not stay at home waa be
cause her mother treated her very
unkindly and on several occasions bad
beaten her. The girl s father has been dead
eeveril years, and Ihe reason her mother
abuna her, she alleges, is became she will
no marrj aye ting man, who has been af.
lll'IIUL' her With Ilia HtlenlUn Tk ..
I annie, refusis to marr) him or hate any
thing to do w tli him He seems lo be a
spinal irotifce ol Mrs. hencer Mayor
i-ullon, alter hearing taith sties ol the case,
deelared that the glrl was no suljett for the
reform ai hool, an I notified Humane Aireut
O linen who esiorted the girl and her
iiiuiiier io me meeting ol the. society, where
both told their stories 1 he society e uncluded
to lake the uning I idy under their protection,
and Hat ntkht she waa taki n to the Woman's
Christian home, where she will remain until
a euital le home is found for her The young
man who ii at the b ittom of Ihe trouble was
also prise nt, but said nothing He is n very
ordinary 1 1 iking young man Mr. O linen
sail he hal ascertain 1 that the mrl's rela
tives on the fathei s at le were qii.n wealthy
and woull lake her in their charge.
I V 11)1111 II l.llth.
A lll.-ii i,r e.r.-iu llrilHin In, nreerntril
Tor Siii n eHra In .lull
Niw oith o I .18 A lengthy argument
was heard b Ju kv O Gorman, of the Su
preme court, upon the question as lo whether
or not Atigusiine It. McDonald, a subject of
Oreat Britain, who has been nearly seven
years in Luulow Street jail, should here
leased and allowed to delend the suit upon
which he was incarcerated. Mr. McDonald is
M years uiil, ami is a son of Capt John Mc
Douald, wlo w.th .(,(1 follow era left Scot
land in .77J to tsiajn religious persecution
Mr Me Donald beeamo a bankrupt id 180 I.
tl otigb he had a claim against the govern
ment tor $Jnu,iiiii) worth ol cotton dislroyed
during the war. He failed for IJJO.OUU, and
when hu assets were sold he purchased them
for t-JO 00(1 lhroue.ll another ra.i. Ti...
, " I ""J oe
iiaim comuiisiiouers awarded him $J97 UOO
lor hiseot'ou He is incarcerated upon a
claim made bv the attorneys who secure!
him the money from the government. Deci
sion was ;e-erw 1
1TKMH Itf MNTKUKHT MOM
HKAT OK OOI KHSMKST,
The I'raaidant Wraalllnc WUh the Civil
narvira CiilnmlMlni, A Mlsellr.cteil
Court Martlal-Tha traual l.i.t of A,i.
Irrom Moriilnir Idltlonl
Wuhinotoi, Oct. 28 -An intimate per
tonal friend of the president who talked with
him on tbetuhject today, saye he It exper
iencing much rllfllcullV In hla ePTnrla i ...
ganite the civil servlc commission. He Is
aiming lo secure for flat tervice three men
who are well known to tke country and
whose nanus would ba received as an earnest
ot Bit purpose to give luph cbaractar to the
commission at would give conhdence to the
frlendt ol the movement, aud would demon
tlrate that he recant ih. in. i l. -iutt
jet vice one of the mott Important features of
hit admlnlttratlon. At the same time the
president Is seeking ten whose appointment
will ntiify the people, whetker friendly to
the movement or not, that It Is In the hands
of practical reasoning men, who arc not
doctriaalrea and aaha. tttll f..n.t.tA- I
. HW a... Lunaiuci nou BUg-
Kt nMed modl5cM!on, to popularize th-reform-
In thn t.ittaun nt ti.A iar i. a
ImDHirlnir it tinrtm tTK aai..w r .i ... t
tlon It only $1,500 and few men ofproml
nence who potaeta thedualificatlon named, are
willing lo make the Acrlfice. The reason
why tome of the many "persons whose names
suggest themselves to the public In connec
tion with the position Vre not appointed, Is
because they have already declined. No ap
pointment has yet been determined on.
Among thcavs who have declined annolntment
on the commission art! L. Saltoostall and
Cbarlet Codman, nf Hatjachusettt. Judge
Hcboom and B. 0 Orates are among those
whote namet are under 'consideration.
HITTKIt l'OUKT.MATL LtfUT. IIKIFV.
About halt of the class of signal service
men, who are undergoing a course of in
struction at Fnrt Mavaie In Ka n.l..n.i i
. v. . ...jv.t , v vuiujfieieu ill
January, are txlng tried by court-mar ial on
charge of insubordination
The circumstances art) at fillows. The men
ot the class felt tbat thty were being unjust
ly and harshly treated by their instructor.
I.ieut. rrank Oreen, of the signal service,
and when he added to this gross profanity.
Indiscriminately calling them names not to
be repeated, they resolved to make an effort for
relief. With this view a meeting ol the class
was hell, wiich resulted In a petition to the
chief signal officer teiting forth their grlev.
ances and appealing for relief. The netltlon
was answered by an order for the court-martialing
of all the men who had signed the pe
tition, on the ground of Insubordination.
Oen. tlaxen said to-night that the men are
being court-martialed.not for expressing their
grievances, but for holding a meeting and
combining lor that purpose, which he said
was almost equal to mutiny.
Lieut. Green liu been reprimanded by
Oen Haxen lor his conduct
The sessions ol the court-martial are being
held In the evening because nearly all In of
ficers are on duty in this city and cannot at
tend at anr nlhae iim- ft... v . ...
- a ..v. ,,c ujriuuers Ol cue
class are being defended by Congressman
Hulterworth and Henry Wise Oarnett. It it
expected that the court will be over tomor
row ana me nnaingt will be submitted to
Oen Heien, ts the court was ordered by the
chief signal officers. The subject will not
come before the department unless there
should be a sentence of dismissal, whitb is
hardly probable under the circumstances
vtw MiFJisrmi to i iitsii.
F. W. Winston, of Ohira..M h.. it.... ...
Icctcd for appointment as L . S minister to
AN Al ICIVTMKMT AMI RUMINATION.
The lecretary ol the treasury
today appointed Itobert J. May.
field, ot Indiana, to be a chtel of a division
in the othce ol (be omplroller of the cur
rency. Lewis 0. Hartlett, of Indiana, second dep-
UtV Ot the Commisalnil nf ,unatnna 1..-
- - i'. -.uu-', ..no i r-
signed on account of ill health resulting from
It OH A. Vat, IV UK I I, I.Ik It
t.rnllli nml n I nt er llnliieil Toicetlmr.
tl nun Morning Mition
View Vhiik, Oct. ,j8 -The Tilimtie has this
delightful true story
A veritable romance in real llfe, the facts ol
which are vouched lor by the attorney ol the
young lady In the case, has teen davelm.e.l
by his cirorts to prepare the way fjr the ad
mission to probate ot a will by which she
was male joint helresa of a valuable! estate
upon conditions which are now in course of
fulfillmi nt. The principal characters in the
ttory, which might be named '-The Silver
King," "The Lost Heir," "A Tale ol Two
Cities," or "Ihe Itotnance of a Poor Yo mg
Woman," are a ilthy Wall street crxrntor,
a wayward youth, who ran away from home
and made a fortune, and a trench young
lady, companion to a desolate but wealthy
widow. The story, as related yejterd.y to a
Tribune reporter by John 8. (Irilhlh. a
lawyer, who.e olhce is iu the Hatfield build.
Ing, So. 1G Court street, Brooklyn, is as
In 1871 JoBeph W Walters, a New York
broker, living with his wite ami only son lu
Oreeuo avenue, near Ht James place, Brook
lyn, died, leaving a lorttine of flUO.OOU to
his widow. She was at that time abeiil
lorly-elght years old, and her son, Lister D
Walters, was sixteen The boy was ol a
roving disposition, and wearying ot the strict
ditcipline of his mother's hoii'ehol I, he re.
solved to leave home and seek hu fortune In
the West. Having saved a little money from
the allowance which Mrs. Walters gave him,
he packed his trunk one day, informed his
m. I lift ..I latrtkla. a..-4. 1 - I a-
ul"""-' oi "is luirueiuo, anu iook a sudden
departure. His mother thought be would
soon see the error of his ways, and
was irepared to kill the fitted calf
as soon as the prodigal should return. Time
passed on and no tidings of the truant were
received After a while Ihe loiely wi low
inserted an autertisemenl in a Sew , ork
newsiaper calling for a lady comtmuion
Among thoBe who applied for the position was
no jiane no nsii, a young rrinch girl,
who had been brought up in Paris, an 1 ljund
herself without friends iu Ibis country She
was of nreposessing appearance and manner,
wm an accomplished reader end conversa
tionalist, and was a fine pianist She was
engaged, and was soon the trust.! r.i-n.i ..
the lonely occuant of the brownstone man
sion in Oreene avenue They continued to
live In this home for several years, aud then
nothing hating been heard frc-m young
Walters win was mourned as oue
dead, they went to huiope and
spent two years in travel, going as far as
Palestine Mrs WaPeVs became strongly at
tached to Ihe young woman, and Healed her
oauguitr. mey reiurneu lo Ibis country,
where they continue 1 their travels At
length in lB-sJ Mra Walters died in this cilr,
where they were terniioranly living, and lelt
a curious will.
"The will is at my otliee, ' said Lawyer
Oridilh yesterday to the re oner who called
upon him it bis home, .So i U Malison
street, llrool lyn. "but its exact terms arc
nearly as fol ows
"I give, deJise and bequeath all my prop
erty, both real and personal, ol etery kind
and nature, wheresoever the same may he
situated in trust uoon the lollowing condi
tions I irst, it is my will and Intention that
my friend, Mane De Lscy, alter
my decease shall fulthlully search tor and hnd,
It possible, my son. l.eiter I) Walters)
and if the said Lester D altera ia ,,,.,.
i.av la Milium
ried it is my wish that he and my friend
wane ue i.acv I iin In ihe lu.,,i I. t.ni.
wedlock. If either m, son or niv Inen.l
AT A rlltlt AT MOIVJII ...,.,..
Hilly I'eraona I'rei Ipltateil From n llrlilits,
lillo the. Itlter Thirteen still Ml. .log,
unit Supposed to b llrowneit-Several
(from Morning Mltiou j
Kant Hauinaw. Oct jm At r. in
o clock this evening, afire broke out on tin
tug McDonald, lying at the do. k, about one
hundred feet south of Ihe Oenessee llrl,l.
A large number or teople were congregated
on fie bridge, when a piece ol sidewalk on
the bridge, five feet wide and forty bet !,..
containing about 1,1) a?ople, gave away with
a crash and precepliated Ihem Into the river
K. to Ik feet deep, with a strong current!
Ihenght was cloudy and dark Strange
to say, however, the greater number were
saved, many badly bruised. The
and the bo ly of one boy named Sidney Fal
lon aged eight years, has been brought un
It is thought seviral perished. Twelte or
thirteen are missing.
James T Walt una reamii.t I.... t. i.i,..
Jno Kothcnburg, it jure! about the legs.
Oeo A Irwin, slightly irjtired
r. I) Cotrlea. mun.iritu, ...I.,.- ..r .t.
Courier, was standing on the eitteme further
point ol the Irnlgu when it went down He
eouiu not swim a stroke, and was dragged bv
.... .....kkiuik peopie io me ixittnm of the
rjer twice, but gotclear and drilled down,
clinging to a spile until rescued, sustaining
but slight injuries "
0ing to the large number of lemons on
the bridge at Ihe time ol the disaster, the
darkness and the fact that the people picked
un alnnir ihe rta- ....... i...l.. , .' .. .
,' 7 , , '' " iiuirieu io ineir
homes, It Is Impossible to tell tonight how
-.;-; unsung ii ih rejorted that there
an thirteen. ProseeuMng Attorney Kmenck
was re ported n Lsing. but has turned up sale
Only one b ily has been recovered that of
the boy rallon The current Is very swilt
and it is thought that some bodlt's have
ilnrted some distane. down stream. John
Bush Chester lee,es J a Murthy and A
is Adams aie miteing and are supposed to be
drowned, as it is c aimed Ihey were on the
bridge when il went down
TIIK SUA LI. J-1, s f "777; H II K.
MUHPHY 4 BRO.
MURPHY & BRO.,
48 and 50 Limostono St.
or All lira In M.....-...I
Montiuai, Can , Oct .8 The civic health
board Inlay discussed published charges ot
neglett and inhumane treatment of small
pix patients in St Croix HotitaI, relieve I
from duty the medical inspector in charge
ui iuai instiiution lor failure lo r.port in re
gard to the treatment, and decided to send a
list of the published charges lo him and to
the lady superior of the hospital, with a re
quist lor a written exnlar.aimn ti...
report ol the sub-eommittee on bos
pital accommodations recommended that tbe
Crystal Palace annei betaken, which would
gne an area of 10,000 feet and accommodate
Corroborative evidence has come to light
reNtiveto the treatment ofamallpox patien s
in hi lioht Hospital. Had cases of the dis
ease, It is asserted, do not reel-lie any atten
tion whatever 1 lure are only two nurses to
wait on all the sick, and tot the
leaal attention se.ros to be paid
to children patients One child remained for
three days unattended It was emaciated for
wauiui iooii, anil wnen one of the old ta
M.lil. rx.11... I .t... ........ - ... ...
The following postmasters have been
Indiana Milton, Chat P. Trotter IUle
vllle, Oeo. O. human, Mouee, Jacoo (Jloor,
Deland, John Vail, Mason, Andrew J. Camp
bell, Maryland, Martin hmiuert.
nie im.iiin to ui hxeistt)
ludge Vincent, rec-ntly retired
UJ the president's order trom
the position of chicr justice of .Sew Mexico,
arrived in Washington this morning A re
porter called upon him, but the judge begged
to be excused horn making auy statement
concerning his removal or the defense he
proposed n make.
UhlUHTUTA ITAII IOMMIS3I1N.
Governor Ilamsv, chairman ot tbe 1'tah
Commission, presented the report of the com
mission to the Secretary of the Interior to
day. The Commissioners claim it is now
only a matter of time when polygamy will
become extinct, and recommend tbe coutlc
uatlou of the same policy.
-....,. .. crnai iu; sou or niv menu, "cum eniieu 10e nurse 8 attention to It, the
a.-wc ., Kittj, on,,, noi consent lo saul mar- I m"er simply replied tbat "It had enough '
riage then the share hereinalti r mention-,! I It is of no use. n is eta,r.,o.i , c ... .. ,..
TIIK HA1C1IH If, T Tll.AMK
fur the llintli or Hiielln MeCoinlia, So Ilia
I oriuitir'a .lurjr Sii).
l'lTrsiaiin, Pa.Oel. in coroner Dressier
held au inquest last eieuing on the dealh of
Salic McCombs, who was killed on Saturday
night at thu foot of South 1 wtnty-accond
stn el by a train on thu Putsbiirg, McK'ees
irl and oughiogheny railroad Several
ol the witnesses testtlied tbat the
girl was on the cms ing when the acei
lent occurred, mil that it would hale
been pur8il.li fir the walihma'i lo have seen
her and warned her ot her danger bad be
lain attending tu his duty Ine coroner
mentioned this fact in charging Ihe jury
Alter retuiiiuiig out for some time, ihe jury
reiurtel a lerdlct to llie elleet that Sadie
MiC'ombicami toher death as a result of
cure lush' ss on tie pirt ol Patrick Donnelly,
watihiuau at the renly. see ond street cross
ing, who was not alien ling ta hisduty when
the young In I) was killed.
llie rienloii Cluneal in lliinillmii I'minty.
Cimiisati, O I. .8 Counttl for the re
lalo's iu the mandamus suit before the ilr
cult ceiiirt filed a long ameiidel petition to
day under yeBierdiiy s order requiring il tube
mori deliiiili and certain. Thr set out by
showing a grial number of eases of irregu
lailly and alhi'id lllegiilltitjon (he pait ol
the CHtnassing hoard in eauvaislug returns
that . ere lorged p irious, or manifestly
fraudulent Ihe day waa oeeuplel iu an ar
gument on a motion to slnke out portions of
I ll.ni. Inn of It legtiiiili l.luea.
likTiiuiT Oct .8. Kiward S. Sloket, of
Sew .ork, is hi this clly in the Interest of
the I nited Lines telegraph systems It is
delirmlned to construct a telegraph tyatem
In Michigan eveu mote extensive than tbat
operate 1 by the Western Union. Already
several Important points ire reached,
Till. Noultar Aaalguiueul.
S's-W Yoilh. Oct. 28. Schedule a In Ihe a.
slgnment ol Soulter .1 Co sLow liabilities of
I1.7IJ JM, ol which $J55 770 are secured
and J.750,477 unsecured The assets are
nominally worth tl,8 10,07.! and actually
worth $17 1,'JlJ. The individual schedules
of William K Soulier show his liabilities to
be $12,117.10 firms assetts $72 050 "it, actual
assests $7,000. Mr. Smiter sets down as
contingent habili'iea $757,500, growing out
of suits peuding against him brought by 0.
P Huntington and others Silas W. Cockran
has a claim ol $.f,0 000, A. S Hatch a claim
of $11,4,000 and Mr. Huntington claims
$ i 000. Among the assets an amount of
$7'iO,0(j0, nominal value, being Mr. Soulier's
Interest io tbe first ol II Pnn, Smith A Co ,
yet uudelermlned, tbe h.m being In liquida.
Illslrei. Anions llalietinen.
CJenin.Ocl 28 The steam ship, Cana
dian, which has jml returmd from her sea
sons cruise in the gull, reports considerable
distress on the Labrador loast owing to the
failure of bskenes At Ksquimaux points,
out of a population of 150 families only
twenty have supplies lor winter. Thirty
me'e hope in gel enough from the merchants
who usually make a Ivauces to them tu pull
them through The remaining one huLilred
families have nothing whatever with which
tu face the winter, anil It will lu. naao--..
-, r .. "... . III...... I
either to bring them oil the coatt or tend
supplies to them.
Biiioiiton lliAin, (M 28 First race,
mile, Bahama won, Brunswick two, Ilanero
three, time 1 15.
Secoud rare, seven furlongs, Joe S. won,
King Arthur, two, heokuk, three, time
Third race, 1 miles, Little Dan won, Tax
Gatherer, two, Jenulngs, three, time 2 J7,
Fourth race 1 miles, Winkehas won,
hirnesl, two Diamond, three, lime 2 12.
Filth race, f mile, Leman won, Santa
Clause, two, Vllvarro, three; time I.17J.
Arrealeil fur thti 1'iiiiwujt tinnier,
Kansas Citv, Mo, Oct 28 Thomas M.
Turner, a dairyman in the employ of John
Conway, was arrested this afiernoon, charged
with the murder of Mra. Conway and btr
daughter last week. It It not known what
evidence them is against him.
shall revert to tbe one who refnaea t.. ahi.iu t.
my wish Second, If my said son, Lester D.
Walters, refuses to abide by my wish, I give
and detlse and bequeath to him one-quarter
of my estate, both real an 1 personal, and t e
remaining three-qiMrlers I give, devise and
bequeath to my friend, Marie De I.act , and
It said marriage takes lace I giw, devise
ami h. queath all my property, bo h real and
personal, to my I elove I son Lister!) Wal
ters, and my helmed Iriend Mane De Lacy
lobe divided between them equally, share
aid hue alike The experses griming oi t
of the search t r my son are to m paid oiu
ot my estal' '
Mr Cirilhth sil i that two years ago he was
introduced ny a well-known Wall htreet op
erator aud ow ner ot silver mines in Mexico
whodil not wish his name to be published, to
Miss De Lacy, who whs living wnh Irieods
in Wist Fifn -set enth street in ihiscity, that
hating learned the tacts of the case, and
having also learned Irom a schoolmate ol Mr.
Walters that he was said tn he in M... . . i.u
ladverti'ed for him ma Mexican uewsmier
I on.- ...i.. ..i ..'..
ine nutrmoeuieui was answ"red by Mr.
Walters, whoriimeto this city recently By
preconcerted arrangement the lawyer took
Mr. Walters to the B ion theatre nu nn.h,
about six weeks ago, where Miss De Lai v
and Mr. Orithth s friend occupied a box The
young lady was pointed out lo Mr Walters,
who fell in love with her at first sight They
were iniro lined alter the play, and the party
went to Delmonitos Mr Walters, who did
noi know who she was, and knew nothing of
the terms ot tbe will, tisiiel her allerward,
and they became engaged to Iw married
Then the lawyer explained the lutle plot to
Mr. Walters by which they hal been brought
together, and lull him about the will Mr
Walters was la9ed, and tbe wedlingwill
take place nut rnday
The SUilkliter in the Innocents.
Ciminvati, Oct 2b The Cincinnati Price
Curreut will stale tomorrow that Ibe uumber
of hogs packed in the west last week is 2u i,-
000, against 1 1 1 utio lor the corresponding
time last year. The total to date from March
1, is 4 040,000, against I I'SOOOayear ego,
aslollows Chicago, 2 tliMIOD, Kanta9City,
77J.OOO, Milwaukee, 217 000 li diinapolis,
184,000, Cedar Itapids, 18 i oon st Louis
180,000, Clewland, 1 18,000, Cincinnati,
Another llilal .,1 I'n.tin taiera.
Was.immito O I. 28 The positnajter
general b pointed Ibe following fourth class
Kentucky llaxel I'ateh, John I! hemper
Ohio Smiley, Juo Holly , Pulmki, .Stephen
A. Itotinson, Wayne,iitld, A J. Iluller,
Eagle C'itt, 1 B Smith l.ktdnn. Iliury
W. Morgat Piqua, Dmiel h kaullman,
Swnntoii, llrwin Ludlum, Laltue, Oweu
Kane, Worthmgton, K Sharp
ill nr I Una Win Imminent.
Pimm mi, l'a , OU. it, At a meetiug ol
the Chartlets Satural (las Co loday, the cap
ital stock was increase 1 to $2,0uo Ouu
The .ompauy is tbe only one outside of
the 1 'uladelphia company, w huh has ob
tained o.'diuances from the city allowing
them the use ol the streets, and as its pn
ilegis wih make it a fornulanle rival of the
older corpotniion, a lively natural gas war is
Caliitta lit 8 Iherteamer.lrawaddy,
and two steam lauches luve lelt Itangoon
for the Burmese frontier It is retried that
a steamer with tugitive l.irotan atuard
bat been tired upon by Mluia-a jrt.
i he SnllKii llix lines In .Negnllnle,
, . 1 "" i.n4 CIIUOU
It is of no use. u is claimed m !, i... u ,i
tor. Chillren of from litteen months to fite
years of age are allowed to die wiihout a
soul going near them Oft, n in their agony
the little oaea fall out of the bed onto ihe
FROM $5 UP,
Short Dolmans from
SEAL PLUSH CLOAKS
In III Sien, nt
Extremely Low Prices!
SEAL PLUSH VISITES,
V N11101-I1 Line of
4 YEARS TO 16 YEARS,
In Ml thr- en Fabrics nml nt Very
Leu, rikoK. f Call Sin'tial At-
tendon to Our Line of
JERSEY NEW MARKETS !
In I'lnlii nml llcnmlo Clnlli. I'nciitnlttl
In lit ii nd iiinlity of iiiuterial.
M i; liu f.itoi ..nKTVit
on the ground that tbe cotulug conference
win ueai'wuu me iiuesuou
Two Slater. Uln, in H. n. ,1 1..,.
Ciiuaiio O.t J8 Mrs Kay Good and her
sister, Miss Lillian Waller employed in II (,
Dun 1 agency here, were shot an 1 probably
fatally wounded as Ihey passe! out of the of
fice this evening, by A. J. Buna, a youig
man who formerly worked in the same place.
He had been discharged on the statement of
Ihe two women that he had insulted Ihem
He called at tne othci lo-iay ind was told
by the roreman that he would be taken back
It he would apilogie. This evening he wait
ed in the hallway until the two sisters came
out, when he tired two ehuis, one striking
Mrs (Jood iu the neck and the other lodging
in the side ol Miss Walters head
He was taken to a iiollie station by one po
liceman in the sight ot a vast mob, who
shoutei, 'Lynch him" He declines to make
any statement about the atlatr.
Ileiiini rnlli Jlnyur nun cuuui II Met ten.
Baitimoki., lid, Ott. .'8 James Hodges
was today elected Mayor oi this city, on the
democratic ticket, defeating Judge (ieorge
W. Brown, the ruaiomst nominee, by a ma
jority ol . 000 The new city council stands
1 1 regulats, i, to 7 fusioaisis Iu the first
branch, and T legulars to I lusionlsts in the
second branch. The vole was oue ol the
heaviest ever cast, finning up over 0 000
The election passed oil" very quietly, consid
ering the bitterness devcloned during the
Los Amiilos, Cat, tl t .8 The safe in
the houtheru I'acilic railroad olhce at .Sau
Kernan lo was robbed this morning. The
robbers got one hundred dollars belonging to
the agent, and a large sum Iwlonging to the
coraiany The eiact amount Is unknown
The sale was blown ojen .No clue has been
Cell I OLitll III I'eliiiajltuiua.
I'iiii u iliiiia, Pa , Uct :a. (,tn John
A Logan armed hereal su o clock this even
ing, an 1 alter dinner was e scorled by political
dubs to Horticultural Hall, where he ad
dressed a large republican mass meeting
A I al.t, Ktiiiinr.
Rangoon, Oct .'8 A minor was yester
day telt,.raphed that a revolution hal broken
out at Malalay and that King .heehaw had
bten murdered It is not true
MI'AKhl t HUH llie HIHK.
tjuarantine has been abolished at Gibraltar
against all vessels hating ilean bills of health
from any port In hpaiu, r ranee or Italy.
King tlicar II ot Sweden is engaged upon
an extensive historical work, embracing the
historical events in Kurope from 181,4 to
hteps aie lieing taken in Atlantic City
looking forward loan apteal being made to
Congress lor an approi riatlou lo remove the
At rremont, O , a little four year-old
daughter of (iiorge rmk, while playing
around a cistern, accidentally fell in, aud be
tore it could be rescued was'drowned.
I'rince (leorge, ol Wales, having completed
hit gunnery courie on board the Kttellent, is
now steadily following the prescribed course
ot torpedo work, but manages, tiotwithstand-
ini7. tO If, t a irnml dial nf anina. ...an, i-b.n..
-- n - - r- . -. ......... M.lt., IB.IUK
Constantino! I.K. Oil in The sultan lie
clines to negotiate will. Prince Aleiander in "wlth" '.?" "l" '' f". cub Imnt-
w.,.1 to the union ,., Hl. .. .. t"h "' ( ' d UUUD'1S' foing
- .;: ......" ..:..: .: r:. :?.. r .: ?" "" ,,e " ,u-n " "pointed as n.,
lieutenant to his uncle, tbe duke ot Edin
burgh, on Iward tbe Uoloecus.
New Cloakings !
Novelties in Persian
D. W. Pritcnard & Co
l'Al KHS N Till
Patent Ntniulinir eam Iron Hiollnt'
and Corrutratcel Mtllng anil Ci'lllng.
I .," Vi? k'ln"1? '' r if nV.b " r""VH" "oooiit ultnble
lor all kin la of I.u 1 ul i r if.
Afent (or the Mn Metal c Tin Bhlnnlew
au erior lo aiate for all ornamental worl.
Se claim that Hikendorr li s Dtellak Metallic
lalutaolCeiuent h, 1 erkclu IH atop all leaks lu
",?" li r." ""' "nJ lh"1 " "! I" "Mle.1 bv
uilt.illl, kepi in ijool reiair for the term of
live years without any additional coat to the
owner Tin roula condemned by tlnn-ra a
pe-LlIt All ork full, K,,arnl.-ed for live
ears. Iilre ui a call
1). . i'KI It'll VKII,
1 a nl Main 81 . .prlnglield. Ohio.
J. Leuty's Sons,
PALACE MEAT MARKET!
II&Illli.niint in.l lail a.i ,!...... I H-11- a
i. . i 7. -.-... - a-! iiirium 4'11T 11 Pill 31 If
" --- ..IV lB AHTTTI 11UIUII1. . I
-.- ... ..... tunic (KB, itt-tT XUlli
and Halt Mitatu tv had anywhbre
"' BM (. friatiiru
h u I in south Market u
All Shades of Good Silk Velvets
that retail at $1.50 for
This is a Saving of
Jl CentH on . Ynrd I
AM) IS JIM' llli: TIII.MJ FOR
IUIKSN AMI HAT 1IMM.
30 Dozen more Rough and Ready
Sailors and Turbans at 24c.
13 111. 13 IV I JatYTfr'N,
19 EAST MAIN.
T. J. THOMAS.
IM II HORSE SHOEING SHOP,
Walnut Alley, rear Central Market llouw.
Special care with laeue bortei, colts, trick horaaa
horaeathatlnUirlsre, and thaw having naculUu