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.ss-.-il THE CRITIC Is Celivored by Carriers at 35 Cante per Month. Now is the Time to Subscribe PERSONAL IiiNcitcil lti The 4'tlllp ! Tl in cm for si.lc. 1BTU YKAR-WIIOLE NO. 5,.M0. WASHINGTON, I). C, TUESDAY KYKNINO, SKl'TK iNIUKlt 22, 1885. J MUCK TWO OK MIS. """" 4ST" ffiO The WASHINGTON a4y Jffl il bL visy a VoomvAun & Lotiirop. llio Time Is "Now.' Our customers loull not do hotter than to sumo extent nntlclpato their wants NOW, for tlicro l no ronson ti) doubt but Hint nu shall noun hxvo ct olcr nnil moro Beasoimblo weather. Cotro now nnd secure tlia iidvnii' ln,,es Incident to nn early buyer ba foro tho null of tho season boglm wlillo Iho tnrlcty Is now nnil largo, nnil Iho assortments nro complete lat, hut not lciit, while tho dress makers nro not so busy, nnil can filvo jou a better f.l. Till'. TIM1! IS NOW 'J'f malt Hltrtlnnt com foi talili. 'I on nli trWIInni tau'u, 'I v malt nUitioni tltlibrrattiy. 'Joitinl nticllon Mllrftictoi tig. Tho iilni o Is WOODWAlll) I.OTHItOl"1. JKc 11N 1'iiriils1iIiii;M. Men clerks only in this de partment. Mr. Charles H. Jones, late with 1 Pilling & Co., is a late addition to this force, and we can now give you better attention than ever before. I'nll I'liilei'siciii'. It is not policy to wait un til it becomes cold enough to don winter underwear on the plea of economy, for to catch a slight cold by such imprudence may lead to more serious results. The best thing for this time is a medi um " wcicrht White Wool Shirt and drawers, elegantly bound and finished, at 75c per garment. ltcmcmber Norfork & Now llrimstvlck Co.V Good nt SI.') per garment, llurctofnro wo wcioobllned to charge 81.10 for tho small est mill 31.TU lor tho Impost slzo. Wohnrilly llko to niltcrtlso tho Tto Men's; Dress bhlrts, bccaiio wo cannot pet them fust tnoiish. Ilniorecolicdnnuthei' lot ofubout :iiilucii, L'un't uny how Ions thoy will last; nt pieent wo h no all tho sizes lroin II to 1". inches; ntu tilth. ... . . Men's l'lno Mullu Night MilrK oxccllcnt length, nicely mndo nnil finished, win bought to tell nt "0c; only C3o each (lien's dent, tfrst lloor; 91 on tho loft.) wooiWAUD a, Loriutui'. ""Vott'ltt" UlM'HM .'HOllH. dfMiith l'lno All-Wool llouclo Suit liiir, nt S1.&0 per yuid. llouclo Is tho most fashionable nnil dosha bio vciiio In Dress 1 obi les let introduce I. Hough, but not too lunch. Nobby, Lut not loo nobby, build colors In huutct's Rreen, rcnl brown, Ri'itnr brown nnil blnek. Hand Fomo lllumlimtcd mixture in navv bluo, with ollto blown Willi old pold nnil white, mo Hum brown with icirar and wblto, seal with tan nud lluviin.i blown. Ifvouwcro tonskua which lino of Dross Goods was tho best for Iho monnv, wo would my Iho Dollar Uidloi' Cloth at Wo, Next Is undoubtedly tho lino All-Wool 30 Inch Tricot nt tec. 'Iho fineness nnd closcnoss of tho wcao nnd tho haiulsomo finish comblno to tdmnn It tho bLt Tricot Inlbomarkot. others may huvo Wo Tricots, butnot this. All colors, u'o jierjuiu. i i i Having enlarged this de partment to some extent, we are prepared to show the largest and most varied stock of standard American and Foreign Dress Goods and "Novelties" in the most magnificent array of color ings and effects ever dis played by us or any house in the city. woonwAiti) & LOTiinoi. KnvSIIh rubric. Wo bin o rec eh ed of our new Importation a n now wenm In silk fabrics Mack Satin tter scUlcux, so-lncli, at 81, nnd Jt-lnch, nt SViX These nio a bent y Mcrvclllciix with u Matin do Lyon llnl-h, inaiiufnctincd from tho puiest reeled silk, nnd Is no, dyo-weighted, us many other bilk fabrics nro. i'hoy tira cuarantccd to elto pcrlcct satisfaction ns to permauonco of color nnd duiahllily of fabric. ivonaio also onciicti im eicznnt imo oi Illnck bilk llrocados nt ,5o, wlilcli nro really win th tiTHio. Very haiulsomo patterns and designs. Aiuri'lcuii MIIKh. The success of the Ameri can Silk Industry has been the source of much com ment. Iho "IteHattn" llrand, Amorlcan Silk, ns Fold by us lor tho hut three ears. Ins Im. proM'd Its quality eaehsueccsslvosoason, nnd now, whllo they cannot ho dlsthwilshoil fioni tho fdcluii Koods, oxcefit by oipcrts. It Is not denied t hut thoy uro fur superior liuliirabll- (jiiiil. A RVo Qunl. 1' 81.1TH (Ji.al. II .. Olo tliiul, O SIS') tJuol. t SI00 ljual. II Sl.O'Ji (juiil I) SI L'!i (Jual.l SI.71 t'unl. i: . . .SI.S3 I'ual K JJOO Uueh Niiiniicr u ('umilno hnrxalu. WOODWAltl) i, LorilUOP. JVtMV I.IOVt'H. Is It not nn Inducement to h'ie jour hauls llttul with tho Olovcs jou want to buy nt tho luunti'il' Wolmvo noierjct tent n customer nw ay with n bad lit. nnil don't proposo to do so, Wohnndloonly tuch(ilnusus woaio wlllliu to Ruarnnteo for stlo, lit and worr, and miuli is our proscntetookof Now Pall (lloyei 1 nnd 0 button llrt'i-seil Kid (lloves, In tans, modes and In owns, Sl.'Jl ami Sl.SU.lw.r pair. InndUbutloiil'mlirolilered l.iullsh Wnlk Instihnes, pique sewed, oloiiul Mirlcty of new eludes, SI WnudS' per pilr. I, (1 unit N button t'elobratftl "l'erlnot" fMiede nnd Jlousquetnlro llloves, plain and i mbioldeied. III black unit colors .Men's tt button castor (Holes, fur street wear, iiiKiios, SLSOpei-pnlr. tliloioih'pt , Hut on tho left I WOODWAltl & borintoi'. Mliwlnl Vollci, WoaiooRnlii in receipt of another Inioleo of Aliiniifacturcrs "Hi ninauts" (O.OiW yards to the liuoiio) of Cheeked Niiluxook, Wdlncrcut inttirns, lengths fiomutu I.' jds, iciil ploeo mine, "io lierinid; only Utf.n ier yuid. I or rupims, Aprons, Mla Diussus, Chll-ilien'sDies-cs, cto, (l.uieuuepi , urni on iiio t ictiit i II IIC'MI , linl (ill lilt WOODWAltl) A, i. I jiiiui . nlllll-ll!l'l' .Volll'l- Be explicit; give full name, P. O. address, and how you wish the goods shipped. If not right, send goods back by express at our expense. WOODWARD & LOTHROP, Boston Dry Goods Housa okii riuoi: oxijY, USl l'enii. Ave. Ul I Htieot GOVERNMENT GOSSIP Who Aro Spoken Cf for tho Civll-Sorvico Commission. GOOD NAMES PROPOSED. Points and No Points About tho District Marshnhhip. TO-DAY'S CABINET MEETING. I'roposoit Itcopenlnjf or lliu Witslilnutiii Nitij-Vnril. WHAT MR. WHITNEY SAYS. Tho Pictlileul to-ilny mado tho following appointments; I'ositiunstcra: .1. W. Morris, Troy, 0.; Itenry Hows llnlloy, Idnho; L. S . 1'tmlcr, Chesterton n, Jld.; W. T. Weaver, Asho vlllc, N. C. Tlio Inepoctor-Gonornlshlp. Secretary l'mllcolt had a lone conference wlththa Piesldeiit to-day on tho subject ot the In- jpcctor-;cucralsh1p of tho army. Tlio Cabinet Mooting. Sccret-iilcs Mnnnlue;, l'mllcott, Whitney, and l'ostmas-tcr-dcncral Vilas nttonded to-ilnj's Cabinet inectlnp. Tho nrmy lnpector-i;cncmlshlp nud the W'joinliig troubles wcru anion the topics discussed. Pntonts to Wnslilngtonlans. Patents to residents of Iho District of Columbia wcro Issued to-day ns follows: J. I.. Mor i's, as administrator, nsle;ns n patent for n cnruraKo to tlio iicncriein &eii-.ctinu Jtnii- way llrnKo Company of London; J. .). Ocorgcs, cushion for feet. General RosecrauB' Declination. It Is stated that llcglster llosecrans' reason for declining tho Invitation of tho Ohio Demo cratic Stnto C'ommlttco to paitlclnato In tho campaign was that tho President oppresses his unwillingness toliavo his bureau officers titho part hi political campaigns. Quiet on tlio Asiatic Station. llear Admlral Davis has reported to tho Jfnvy Dcpartmciit from tho Asiatic srinadron that quiet continues nt nil tho Chinese treaty ports, nnd that torpedoes ami other obstruc tions placed In position during tho recent tioublcs with Trance nro being removed. Treasury Appolntmonto. Secretary Manning has appointed John W. Roberts ns superintendent of tho 1'ederal building nt Denver, Colorado, Ico l'cter 1'. llarclay, suspended, nnd Thomas Mumford, to ho clerk to tho local board of Inspectors of sicnin lesscis nt iiew lone, iico iiiiuani T'obln, suspended. Mr. West Will Accept Mr. W. A. West of Mississippi, w ho has been tendered tho position ot chief of tho Postofllco De partment Inspectors, will, his friends nij', accept. IIo Isajouug man about thlrtj llio j eats ot ago and Is a son of (Jcnernl West, wlui was tho second on tho lato Ilut ler Piesldcntlal ticket. A Naval Inventory. Tho Inventory oidercd by Secretary AVhltney to bo mado bynhoaid ot naval ofllccrs ot tho work ilnuo or commenced on tho Chicago, lloston nnd Atlanta, nnd tho material, etc., on hand mailable for tho purposes of con struction, has been completed and tho re port submitted to Secretary Whitney. Chlof Wolghor Sterling Suspondod. Secictary Manning to-day wioto a lottcr suspending Chlct Weigher Sterling of tho llrooklj n customs district pending nu In vestigation of tho charges filed by tho Cll 11 Snilco Reform Association and otheis af fecting his fitness and tho alleged violation of tho cliil-scrvlco law In his appoint ment. Indians Protesting Against Taxa tion. Tho Pueblo Indian delegation callo.l upon Commissioner Athins to-day and n ill leaio for Ihelr homo In Xow Mcclco to nl"ht. Tho commissioner promised them that ho would ivqucst tho authorities of XowMoxlco tosuspend tho tac lovy until tbeli Rtntus can he determined. Thuso In dians hold that they nio not taxable, and cnmohcio to piotcst against tho action ot tho Xow Mexico authorities In that par ticular, . Work at tho Navy-Ynrds. A delega tion ot piomiucnt citizens of tho DIs 1 1 let, rcpicscutlug vntlous blanches of business, called on Sccietaiy Whitney this morning lu l elation to tho Washington Navy-Yard urging tho 10 cstnbllshmeut ot tho yaid and putting It on a thoiough working basis lu tho Interest of nut laboring people. Tho Societal y said ho was maturing plans for tho different jaiils and gaio uieiy assuranco that lu tho future tho Washington Yard would get Its full shnro ot nil Iho woik. Ho leallicd thu fact that it was ono of tlio finest j arils lu tho country. Tho delegation was composed of A. A. Wilson, Doitey Clagelt, Win. A. (iorJ don and Sam lloss, who left well pleased with tho Sccretarj's ilows. Polnta About tho Mnrdlinlshtp. Mar shal McMlchael said to-day, lu i espouse to nn Inquiry, (hat ho had hcanl thnt a pionil neut New Yoikcr had been selected as his successor. Ho had also lioaul that u change was to bo mado within a month ; thataDls tilct man had been agreed upon , nUo that ho (McMlihacl) was to bo continued throughout tho Administration; that tho President was ready to nnnouneo his suc cessor; Hint tho Piesldeiit had given tho subject no consideration, etc., etc. Ho could not vouch for tho accuracy ot all or any of this Infoiinntlon, IIo took a lively interest in tho subject, but was not well informed and was not lu a statu ot trepida tion, IIo lias lefuiulslicd his Phlladclphii lesuienco, However, nun maiio Ills arrange ments for ictuinliig tnlliolu thatclti. At tho White House tho Information obtain able about the Marshnlshlp Is quite ns ilell nllonnd cnmprehciislio ns that given by Mi. McMlchael. Tlio Clvll-Sorvloo Commission. Tho prospect of tho acceptance by tho Piesl deiit ot Commissioner Raton's icslgnatlon bus slatted a great deal of gossip concerning possible laiidldates for positions on tho hoaid, Tlicro is an linpiosslou tint mote than ouo change would be liKely to bo undo nudtlieio Isgieatcurloslti as lowborn tho Piesldeiit would select Thcio Is a nelldo llmd Impiesslon lh.it his preference would bo for men who haio long been Identified with tho rouse of ililUenlco reform and have fitmlllnrlid themselves with tho ro qiiliemenls and details of departmental oigaulallon nud woiU, Such men would be moht UUely to bo found among those wbohnio long boon In tho public sonlco nud lino ilseii to high portions. Ono iiiuio which iery untuially Diiggests Itbclf Is that nt Ml, R. O (liaies, ehlet of tho Ililieau ot Rnginvlugnnd Pilutlng, nud Ihoiiilgluator of many of tho best foaitues of the dopiit inoutnl iifoim jstiuis, Auuthi'i nuiiio sug gested in tills connection Is tint ot Assist ant beoitturv I'nlrehlld, who, although a compi'intliely new olllelul, Ins long been Ideiillllcd with ndiulnlstintlio letniui liioMiiiruU III national and local govern ment, I'lOin ouUIdu tho iiiblo seilli'on lingo uuuiberof candidates liaio nlioady been suggested, but t Is belloiod that tho Piesldeiit docs not rcgaid a college presi dency or n profossloual education us sup, pi) Ini; tho most Important ipmllileatlons for n poiltlon on tho hoaid. IIo Is said to re gnml praellcal hnowledgo ot Iho rcipilro ments nnd present defects ot departmental organization, tie., ns more Important than educational ipiatllioatluns. J nines H, Smart, public Instructor ot tho btalo ot Indiana, is ono of Iho candidates announced. Cum lulssloucr Raton had a long conference with the Piesldeiit jestcrday afternoon, Tlio Spanish Indemnity Fund. A itcent communication from Register l!oo crnnn to tho Secrclnry of tho Treasury w llh lcgnidtotho .Spanish Indemnity fund, after stilling Iho Treaeury Dcputmcul'g i elation that " fund concludes ns follows; "It seems to me, therefore, that In timer In comply Willi tho slat titory reuulri'mcnts tho Department of Stale should send for lcconl In this office tho accounts of re ceipts and oMicndlluios, with nil loiiehers on account of the Spanish Indemnity I'uud, and Hint hercaflcr Iho receipts and pay ments should ho mado by tho United States Ticasurcr In puisiiniico ot oxlsllug laws and legiilatlons." Tho fund will hero after bo recoiled nnd accounted for by tho Trcasuiy Department. Minor nnet Foroonal. Tho President has commissioned I.eo Reall as postmaster at Rich Hill, Missouri. Tlio Postmastcr-Ocncrnl to day appointed nbout ono hundred fourth-class post musters. Mr. Sloienson, I'lrst Assistant Poslmas-ter-dcncrnl, ulllleavonext Thursday for a visit to ins iiniuo in Illinois. Postniastcr-Orncrnl Vilas left this after noon for Now York with his daughter, Mho will attend school near that place. Third Assistant Postmastor-dcncrnl llaznn left to-dny for his homo lu Rnsloii, Pa. Ho will bo gonofor leiidnjs or two weeks, Tho .State Depailincnt Is Informed that tho port of Algeria Is declared Infected with cholera, and that flo cholera deaths bale occuncd near Venice. The report that tho Secretary of tho In terior hns icquestcd tho Union Paclllc Rail way to suspend paj mcut to tho Paclllc Mall Company pending certain Investigations by Iho Department Is not tiuo. Tlio Depart ment has taken no such action. TUV AllMY AXU XAVX. Notes of InlerKSt to tlio Sonlco 1'ioin nit Alum; tlio Mile. Lieutenant l'.lmoro V. Taggart, Sixth In fantry, Is on llftecti days' leal e from Sep tember 17. Cnplalu John fJ. Ilourke, Third Cavalry, nt Camp Rice, Texas, has been granted leavo for n inpiilh. Company A, (Stories) Twenty-first Infan tiy, has been sent to re-enfoico tho tioops at Rock Springs, Wjomlug. Nrnt Lieutenant ItcnryT. Kondall, Rlghlh Cavalry, nt Port Clark, Texas, has bceu grunted one month's lcale. I'lrst Lieutenant Charles A, Wordon, Seicuth Infantry, is recruiting officer at tho Camii ot Instruction nt Pino JllulTs, Wjoiu Ing. I'lrst Lieutenant Loll T. llunictt, Second Infantry, Ins been detailed to wltuoss tho Issue of annuity goods to tho Indians at tho Shoshone agency, Wjonilng. Tho enlisted numbers of the Platlo Rlllo Team, which icturueil to Omaha last ncok fiom thodlllslnii contest nt Port Suelllug, wcieull authorized furloughs by (Jancial Howard. Gencinl Samuel llreck, assistant adjutant general, has been granted leave for a. month fiom Omaha, uud dm lug his nbseueo Major i.oi.'cuji. nan, jwcniy-imraiuinutry, win perform his duties. (icncial (luy V. Henry, major Ninth Cav aliy, Is acting judge adiocatoof thoDepjrt ment of Iho Platto during tho absence on leaio of Lleiiteiiant-Colonel Henry U. Uurtiham, deputy Judgo-advocalo. Lieutenant Prancls H. l'rench, Nlno leentli Infantry, will bo relieved fiom duty September 110 nt Port Uioirn, Texas, as post quarlerinaster and comnilssaiy, and then Join his company (R) at Fort Cfaik. (lenernl Daildll. Clcndonln, Lleuteinnt Colenel T bird Cavalry (formerly of tho fa mous Rlghth Illinois Volunteer Cuvalry), U incident of a general court-maitlal that coin cued last Wednesday nt Port Dails, Texas. I'lrst Lieutenant (luy Howard, Twelfth Infantrj, was iclletcd last week from duty ns nlde-dc-cnmp to his father, (leneral O. 0. Howard, at Oinnb.i, to tako cITect October 1 and to join his company nt PoitMoJam, AVjomlng, Major (icorgc II. Russell, captain Ninth Infantry, Is president of a court-martial which convened Monday at I'm t Dai Id A. itiuscll, iiyoming, ami uaptatn i.vau Miles, Twcnti-llrst Infantry, president of one which convened the Siiuo day nt Poit Sidney, Ncbtnska, Naval ouleisi Pajmastcr Steven Rand, ordeied to special duty at Annapolis, Md ; Lieutenant John C. Wilson, detached from duty at tho Natal Observatory September I'D uud granted threo mouths' leavo; Ruslgu D. W. Coftmaii, detached from tho Ynutlo and ginntcd slek leaic; Lleuteuaut Com mander A. II. Vail, gi anted ouo j ear's leave; Naial Cadet Samuel R. PItuer, io signed, Somo oniccr Is on trial nt Toil Omaha bo foroncomt which convened Monday, as Is ciident from tho following detail: Colonel John R. Summcis, surgeon; .Major John P, Hawkins, commissar-,; Major Justus M. Droit n, surgeon; Major Jacob P. Kent, Pouilh lnfnutty; Captain Win. II. Powell, Captain Thomas P. Qiilnn and Captain John W. llubb, l'ouith Infantry, with I'lrst Lieutenant Leonard A, I.overlng, Potirth Infantrj , ns judgo-advocate. msTiiwT GorvnxnvxT xvws. alutluiri llolni; Conslduiod by Our I.ocnl lEulorn. C'oininUsloncr Webb will icturii to tho cll1, next Prldaj. Mr. ThoniasP. Cognu hns been iippnlutcd In nclcrkshlp lu thu llulhllug Inspectors ofl'co, Io succeed Mr. S. W. Keen, ic slgned. The attention ot tho Commissioners has been called to tho dangerous opening lu tho the slono wall protecting tho quairy picci plco on tho Piney llmneh road. llulldlng permits hivo been giauted to Di. John llnrrloon, to erect n duelling In alley between (! and H and Thliteenth and Piuirtceutli streets, to cost $l,n0U; A. T. (illlnnder, i epnli stable In alloy between (i and Hand Pom Iccnth and ITftteulh 6tieets, ijCOO. Tho Commissioners have recelted n letter fiom tho Acting l'list Coinptioller Inquir ing what amount of fees, If any, was col lected by the Harbonnastei during tho past llscnljcar. If no fees were collected tho Commissioners nro asked to Infniiu that of llcci by what luitliorllj thu Harbormaster omllted to mako collections. llulldlng Inspector Rnttvlslo has con demned Iho follow Ing buildings as unsafe; J. II. McDanlels Is uutlllcd totakodnttu 1311 Twenty-ninth stieet in thirty da); Iho occupants ot 815 Pifth stiect nro noti fied that Iho house Is condemned nud thoy mo ordeied In tacnto it; .1. A. Williams Is nolllhil Unit tho part) wall between SITnnd till) I'lfth street Is too thlu and it ill hat o to Lo taken down, Tlio Dlstilet authorities hate determined loopeli n public alley In squaio '.Nl, bo twiui Twelfth and Thirteenth streets and New York niciuio and I stieet. Several piopcity owners mi the squaio have pro ii'slid against tho opening of tho alluy, but tho Commissioners li.no liiformad Hum Unit Iho mound for Iho alley was con demned In 181 and thu other pioport) owucis hate paid their assessments and the nlle) will haio to be opened. CiiitKiCNHiiinii Horltrrj In Town. Repieeciitatltu A M. Dockciy ot Mis souri Is hero. Ho comes horu to get the as sistance ot Iho Administration lu tho taking ot mimeious postmasleis' scalps In his sec tion, Mr. DocUery Is the member ot tlio rotigicesiounl National Committee fiom his Statound bus leeeiitly been named In con nection with tho Governorship, iEW YORK POLITICS. Assembling of tlio Now York It-publlcm Convention. SARATOGA ALIj AGrOCr. I.iisulli About tlio ViirlmiRf'itmllilntcftfor Nomination. Saiiatooa, N. Y., Sepl. 2J. 'I'lio inotiiliig opened with bright suusliliiu nnil nt nn enrly hour tho corridors ot the lending hotels piescntcil nn nnlnin ted scene. Tho convention will ns semWo In llio Cnslno nt 12 o'clock. At this lime (0.(10 n. m.) It would lie lldlo- ulous to attempt to picdlct tvlint will he doiiclu thotvnyof noinlnnllons. The Indlcnllons point to a vciy lively scrim iiingc. Tho upper country men nro growing moro nnd moio determined to ninho short work of thu contention. Wcro it possible for tho New York city men lo romliluo upon n candidate this morning ho foio going Into tho convention tlicro Is no doubt Hint such n man would sccuio tho nomination for Governor ttitlin hiiirnh; but nil hoiio of this has been abandoned, and the Munition Is a decidedly mixed ouo. Out of scleral hundred Republicans now on the ground not one till! in iko a predic tion. Till: VAIIIOl'S CAMlllltTKS, It n poll of Iho delegates had been mado at midnight the piobabllltles are that (len eral Cntr would bate been tho nominee. Ills strength docs not appear to hate weakened iery inntcilally slncathit time, nud ho will surely enter tho convention it llh Iho greatest number ot votes unless a set lous break occurs lu Ills ranks wllhlii the next two limn a. Morton, RIIss, Cornell, Daiehport and Drcxcl are all strong this morning, General Scttard of Utlea Is ntlll In tho field, and appears to h ivo n l.ugo following. Ho appeals to bo tho most piomlslng dark horso In tho stable. Mr. Sowaid's friends claim that unless tho selection Is made on n first nrsccond ballot Ihcli candidate will come to the trout with 11) lug colors, 'fill: SITV1TI0V THIS MOItXINCI. Looking over the situation this morning from an unbiased standpoint, whllo Iho candidates named ahotoull appear to bo strong, it must lie confessed that n mine not Included lu those mentioned Is quite ns likely toiccclvo fat or at the hands of tho contention, Iho great unanimity, har mony and good feeling about which thero hns been so much talk among tho leaders, does not cxlsr. Such statements Inve bceu giossly exaggerated. Rverjthlng Is scicno on tlio surface, but thero Is undei slood to hale been a bid break In tho New Yoik city delegation last night, nud un less (he) cnu come together uud unite on a candidate, they acknowledge that tho har monious feeling Is not na well defined as It should bo In their cll cunistauces. Thcio will probably bo at least a dozen cnndldntes placed in nomination after the permanent organization of Iho convention uud an informal ballot Is taken, followed by nu adjournment until lo-ulght or to morrow morning. During the Inteilmdolo gal Ions will caucus, 'llio vlons of their lepicscutntlio members will bo Inter changed and the best available candidate decided on ns soon ns possible. Till; CONVENTION A'SUMUI.l'S. At 11 o'clock tho delegates began to stioll toward the placo of meeting of tho contention, the Cnslno. As tho"liour of opening Iho com entlou approached specta tors began to arrive. The fiont seats wero soon tilled with tlsltors from tho hotels, In cluding a laigo number ot ladles, who s eemed lo greatl) eujoy thu Idea of seeing n political cuiiientlon ns a not el accompani ment ot watering placo life. 'I l.o ticket to be nominated comprises tho ofllcis ot Goiernor, l.ieutenaut-Goienior, Sceictar) ot State, Coinptioller, Attoruoy Gencral, Treasuicr, and States Rngluecr and Sin ic) or. Shoitly before 12 o'clock tho Kings County delegates filed Into tho hall. At n conference had this morning a vote of tho delegation was polled and out of tho fill votes Can iccvited 21. The remainder wcro scattered. Tho city leaders say tho probabilities now are that no ballot will bo taken until to-night. At 12 o'clock nearly all tho 013 delegates u eio in, tlio building, but there was tho usual taidlness in getting laigo bodies to mote, nnd tho bod) was not called to order until 12.0 Allthat hour Chairman James D. War ren of thoSlato Conunltleo called the con tention to older. Rev Dr. S. V. Leach of Albany then Inioked Dlvlno blessing upon the labors of the contention. The lull bating bceu -called. Chairman Wnrieu announced that tho btita commit tee had agreed upon benator Warner Miller foi temporal) chahmanot tho contention. (Applauoi. Mr. Miller was fiequcntly interrupted by npplaure. On motion, Messrs. Vroonnn, Chlektrlng nnd btearncs weio mado tempo larv secretaries. The chair appointed Hon. A. II. Cornell and RlbildgoG. Lapham to escort him to tho chnli, and bo tins lecclved with much eiilhusInMu. -Mr. Miller, In nddiesslug tho contention, called attention to tho fact that tho lit publican paity of Now Yoik, for tho flisttlino lu tueiitj-llto .tears, was eon fronttd b) both the Pedeial and Stato (lov eiiiinents'ln tho hands of Iho Deniocrac). The contention then took n iccess until l:C0 p. m. a wmri; uanv auv.au. Have nn 1'iurliirt'r I..I) Own- In Let u tint M Itoll lly. A inllinad (iigiiiecr, n'comitlug hi) cxpeilenci"", mid that he had thus fur Cbtiipcd sniush-ups, but Hint he thought ho was "in for it" one night. Snul ho: "It tins n clear Autumn evening, nnd I ivns mulling n pfiongcr train in Vir ginia. AVo were a liltlo behind llmo, nul I ivns whooping the old lniiehlno along at u good pace. Tlicro tvns u htiip of eypioM forest to go through, nnd the mail, on dealing It, took u shnip turn to ivcstivuiil. Just ns tve made Hint turn my liver ciimo light up between my teeth, for llieie, coming btinight down the lined;, tvns an other engine, tilth her head light limning in my eyes. I blew 'don n hi nkes' nnd had my en gines leveled befoio I'd draw half a liii'utli, nud sent tho trniu buck on a dciidiiiulo n snitch fctiitiou nbout a mile behind us. I got it on n siding, nud twilled fur the oilier tiaiu, thai I Mipposc'd to ho Just on lop ot us, but she didn't show up. I got tho agent to tlie up the lino to see if thcio was any speeiids or wild engines In tho niiv, hut thu answer win that tho lino ivns clem. The p.isengein got out, uud began to talk and nsk questions, mid us for me, I tvns stumped. 1 thought of iiiniuviiy locomotives nud tliiiii-tiireUciiinnd trumps. I'vciythlng tins quiet iiiiiuud tho bend, m fm us I could hto uud hem'. "Willie btaiuling on tlio station plat foim I happened to glnncu west wind nciosa n eleiiiing, thcio ivns tho head light idling llliough tho ( y pi esses, us berene mid stend) as you please It tvns the planet Venus Well, if any man had olleied llflccn cents for mo, ho could have hud mo Just ns 1 slood. 1 got ntvny fiom theio in n liuuy, mid I didn't allow tho pnsscugeis to discover what tvns tho matter Lor'1 If It had got mound thnt I hnd laid over to let Iho evening fctnr go by, I'd never hnvo henul thu last of it." Harper for Oo tober. Aiouiixr.n nv maxv. I'micrnl of lllslinp l.uy lit Kustnii Yet let ilny Ariornooii. Nearly cveiy cltrgjnnui of Iho dloceso wo piosent nl the funeral of lllsltop Lay nt Rnstoii, .Mil., jMlrulny ntlornooii, nnd many proinlnenl la.imen. The clergy and lestrlos met tho remain at Iho depot, whoro Ihey milled by Iho 11:15 train from llaltl more, and tsiorled them to Trinity Cathe dral and thenco to Christ Church, nnd from tho church to Iho grave. Tlicro weio over Ihlrly clcrg)incnlu Iho funeral procession. At Christ Church the following clergymen participated In llio service) Dr. Theodoro P. Harbor ot Cambildge, deamif tlio dlocosc; Dr. Henry Y. Sallcilco of Calvary Church, New York, nnd the Right Rev. Alfred Leo of Delawnie. Rev. K. P Hushlell of St. Michael's read the sen Ico nt tho gr.it o. Thn Interment was at Spring Hill Cemetery, ami tho grnvo tins beautifully decorated Willi Hollers. The bishop wns burled, nt his on n request, lu a plain, unvarnished casket. The remains lay liistnlelnT'rlnlty Cathedral for about nn hour, and weio ilewod by hun dreds of pcoplo, Tho active pall-bearers wcro Dr. Micknll of Rlklon, W. P, Wulkeraiid Jiiines Alfred Pcarco of Kent, Dr. J. L. Adklns mid Gcorgo II. Ooldsboroughof Raston, William S. Craft of lenin, Henri Condon of Cecil, and William R. Jones of Princess Anno nil la) men of tho P. R. Church and tho standing committee of tho dlocosc. All tho clcig.imtn wcro the honorary pall-beuers. Tho Rplscopal churches were draped In mourning, and Iho business places of tho low n wero closed during tho ceremony. The dentil of the greatly loied lllslinp Is mourned by all denominations, and It has tost n gloom over tho community. Tho family ot the bishop wero piecnt with tho exception oi ms eiuestson, wools engugeil In clt II ciiL'InccrliiL' lu Colorado. Tho funeral was Ilia largest over soon In Raston. Rev. P. II. Adklns had i lnrge of tho funeral arrangements lu Ihltlmorc, nnd Rev. -Mr. Gassner look charge of tho remains as soon us thcynrrlicd la Raston. Hlshop Pnret of tho Rloooso of Maryland was ptcscnt, but did not pciform any of the funeral illcs. JSl'dinp l.n.t'N MuiTosMiir. A special from Raston, Mil., to the llaltl moro jluirriom sa)si "A successor lo Hlshop Lay will, lu all probability, bo taken from another diocese, and ninou; thuso most prominently mentioned are Rev. Dr. Henri Y. Satteileo of Now Yoik; Rev. Di. Rccleston and Rev. Cnmp lell l'nlr of llnlllinore, and Rev. Dr. Nicholson of Philadelphia. Tho rosldenco of tho bishop was his piivato property, and there Is no tegular episcopal residence. Ills successor will bo uigedtu chango his residence lo somo other town; but in all piobablllt) It will reinilu iicie, as a move ment Is on foot lo build a permanent rcsl dcnio nt Ibis place." ri:nsox. 1 r. mvxtiox. llltollIf;clln AlMiut tYuli1lif;lo!ltiins nud Well-Know n Vlsllors. Mr. Isnac I). Poiter of Pcnns)lvanla was to-du) flilmltlcd to the DUtrlcl bar. General Huidettn will held tho Grand Ann) parade ill Philadelphia October 8. Mr. Thomas Somerilllo has returned to Iho city after a two months' trip through Ruropc. Lieutenant John M. Carson, jr., of this city left for 1'oit Reno jestciiln) to join his legliucut, tho I'lfth Cavaht. Rev. Dr. Addison of Trinity Church preached lat night at tho Rplscopal Chuith near silver Springs, Md. Rx-Senator l'owlcr ot Tcnuesseo, wlioiin derw cut n painful and dangeioiis suigleal opt ration Is stcadll) liupioilug fiom 1U cITccts. lion. John A. Kuson will icturii to his foimcr homo in lotta for n shoit time, but will spend his tt Intel on lltcrnr) work lu this city. Mr. Hradford Rlxfoul of 1112 G stieet, tho chief law cleik in tlio Pension Unrein, dlid suddenly of heal t dlseaso at his homo in liurungioi), 1 1 , caiumny uigiii. A paitvof sportsmen, consisting of Cap tnln William btcw art, Dr. T. G .Morrow, Mdunr Stcnnit, George ami iillllam Ciim bciland, will leaio on llio Nnucy )acht fcklp-Jaek this afternooii for a thleo or four ilnts' Ininslon of tho gunning and fishing bhoics ulunc the Potomac. .. - CUT 11ALK XOTVS. IlcniH of Minor Importance, Gleaned 'lllll tlio Cum ts, Tho suit of C. C. Duncansou and others against John A. bmilh for nu Injunction has been dlsuilssed at the dliectlon of tho coiuplalujiit. Justice MacArllitir icturiied totlcnlay from nn extended trip AVct and North vei) much benelltcil thcrclinm, and will ieumo Ids scat on Iho bench lu tho Criminal Couit next Monda). Messrs. Richardson and Cheanoy, as so llcllois for Wllllnin R. Clinton, hnvo llled a bill Inequity against (Irllliii S. Reed lo eu foico a mechanic's Hen against premises kiiotiu ns lots -I and ft, HarUucss' subdl llelou of sijiuiio 330, for$150. Mniiiaco licenses have been issued as fol lows ; W llllam Mason of tills clt) nnd Allco Giotsof Haltlmere, Mil.; Win, W. Keith and Agnes t. Johnson; Jas. R. lluik of Kcjfer, W t a., and Mniy Hopkins ot this city ; 1 cidlnanil Danlclof Loutlouii County, Va., and Molllo Riley of Pilneo William County, Va ; John N. Veimllllonnnd Jen nie King, botli of Prince Gcorgo County, Mil.; I'noehColfertnnd Mary P. Lotiiinu; J. M. HaueoeU and l.illlo M. Jackson, both ot Cheslcilleld, Va ; John W. Rarrett of Shclbiillle,lll.,nnd baialiGoie of Loudoun County, Vu . Georgu Weber and Anna Weiss; Saltatore Deslo and Mary M. Loch boelilei; Rdttiud llarpei nnd Delia A. Ko)s; John F. Dai Is and Ilaltio R. Rills. All Illinois lii tlio City. Half of the Statu of Illinois Is lu Iho city looking aftei tho few lemaliilng odlces jet to bo tilled, bomo ot thoso worthies are a tough looking ci owil. Thoy register at the cheap hotels and boarding houses, but loat about tho lotunda ot WHlard's, wheio they can bo found when thoy are uot buttonholing the Prosldeiit, discussing their own propetts and backbiting their oppo nents. tlieu asked If they mo stopping nt WHIard's they smile knowingly uud say they nio ilsltlng tho city i'ikiw Tho most of theso gentlemen belong to it hat Is kuott u ns the "winking" clement In Chicago poli tics. They aro clamoring for lccognuloii and loudlj listening that the sllk-stocklng-bolled-shlit ilciuent mo bagging nil the offices The Piii-ldcut, It Is said, Is so nox ious to get lid of tin in that It is his Inten tion to i lean up the entile list of Pedcr.ll offiiCH lids ttetk Aiiollirr Ciiniirit tlvplodrd. In i nut creation with tho Washington cor respondent of thu Nett York .Vm last even ing Vlee-Pusldtiit Hundilcks said Hint he hud liolhlng to do with bringing about thu ii'slguatlou ot Siirgeou-Geueial Hamilton, nor wiishopiosslngnnj man for his place. "TlipMnrj." said Ml. Ilendilcks, "Hint I inn picsslng Di. Mntlliciis of I.oulsvlllo bo eaiuoho was in) phislclnn Is a silly one. lie never wus inj phjslclati, and I ueici saw htm but oueo In in) life. 1 simply signed Dr. Matthews' papers bocauso ho rnnin In inn hlirhlv recommended bv tho leading plijslelaiis of Louisville, many nt n hum l pcieonall) know, 'Hint is all thcio Is In tho Mm)." - "it ouilei'M ol' tlio Hensliurt'. "How wonderful Is tho icgul.ultv with which tho tide ret m us to Hie shoiot" ho cxilalincd lo her, ns thej sat on the phua watihliigtho ituteriind flndlng conversa tional topics scaico. Hut kuoiiuspios.de, and icplled, "No moro wonderful thin tho icgulailtj with which thej iccedo fiom tho shoio, nud not half aa wonderful ns It would ho If Iho shoio wero to iccedo fiom tho tides." He silently admitted tho logical eleiiinekS of hor icmaiks, and couieisiltloil I laugiiUhcd again, lloston Gazette. AN OFF-KIND OF A DAY. Ono of tho Days on Which Everything Goes Wrong. OUH ARTIST'S EXPBP.IEMOE. What peicoii Is then living who doesn't occnslonnlly cApcrlcuco ono of those dny ulien cici) thing goes tuoug. Not iciy itiong, hut just Innlaiiingly tviong Just sulllclenlly nggrnvntlng lo iniiito you wish for somcllilng Inngible ciiough to Ntvcar nt. If you nro u man, mid hoarding, then such n day generally opeim up by your stepping on tho tviong end of a pin ns foil Jump out of bed when the llsing Veil rings. You hurry lo drcs. You get jour face itnslud and Hnd Iho girl has foigottcu to bring tottcls to jour loom. You ilng for tonics, but It Is ten minutes bcfoiejou get tlieiu. You try to makeup for lost lime, but join collar-button iliopi on the lloor nnd rolls under tho bureau. Yo'i get down on nil fours, and afler almost straining jour hick out of Joint retch tho button, but jour baud Is covered with dust nud cobwebs that nlttajs accumulate under n bureau. Plnallj ton aro dressed and rush down to Iho dlulng-rooiii to llud tho other boarders Billing about leading Iho morning impels and no signs of hicakfnst on thu table. 'I lie lad) of the houso explains that the cook didn't show up and sho is getting bienl, fast herself. It was the next door nclehboi'o bell ton histul, Concluding that jou can make better tlmo bj going to a restaur tut for jour breakfast, jou til.o join hat and umbicll.i from the rack nnd rush out. Somehow or other Iho hat feels unusually tight, and when jou icnch tho next comer jou tako It off and llud jou'to got somo othei fellow's hat. This is another leu minutes loss, and, besides, thero nro three or four cuss words that haicn't fully developed jet situated some!, here In jour anatomy between jaiur lieait and throat and nnko jou feel inieoni foi tabic "i on get to llio lest iiirant nl last, and directly a luzj looking waiter limbics In. You glio jour ordei and he tells j-ou it will take a little longer than usual to get breakfast up, ns llio took got drunk tho night befoio and the new ono hasn't irol tho hnngof things jet. You glow lestlessnud mot u fidgety ns the minutes pi, nnd just about the tlmo jou heir tho waiter ap proaching jou remember that jou changed clothes and Into left jour pocket book lu jour oilier pants pocket. If jouonlj siveir occasionally now Is tho tlmo tint you italvo Iho orthodox manner of lamenting jour fnle and gltn lent to tho words lu jour heart now fullv del cloned. You get jour breakfast about lnlf past nine and hui rj toward Ihonlllce. Yoitmeetn joung ladj t crj stj llshlj dressed. If j on hap pen to bo a Cuirie must jou tako out jour pocket sketch-book lo mako a memoran dum sketch of her outfit for future use, but llud Iho point ot join pencil broken oft and lou'te Jcft join knife ut the office the night bifoie. Arililiigiitthoofllco jou find that letters jou it anted haicn't come, but others that j on don't want hale. You also Hnd on tour disk letters Hut were In a hurry and should hale been milled jesteiday, Q 1 ut weio forcolltti. Then jou stall out to put Ihem lu n mall-box, but aro im t at thu door lij a man whoMi.is ho his called sev eral times befoio to see j on, but jou nlnujs happened to bo out. You ask film to ex cuse jou until jolt pot jour letters, so they will bo taken up at tho nixt collec tion, hut ho sajh he will not detain jou long, so jou stop to ascerl tin his business. Ho begins niamblluK soit of speech that jtni can't iiinka nntthlng out of foi flvo minutes, and then II dawns upon jou Hut ho l a phrenologist and wants to cMimluo tour head for fifty cents. You don't kick 111 in out, but feel llko it all tho same. Attn posting jour letters jou icturii to tho office, and after pulling oil jour cuffs, putllngonyotir ofllcocoat and getting seated at jour desk, ready for business, jou icmcmbcr that jou c.iu't don thing until ton seo a man on Rletcntli street. Chang ing coats again, jou get to his phico and learn that ho left for jour office Just llvo minutes bcfoic. Returning, jou flud that he has 1 ceil there, but not finding jou In had gone back, lent lug his card stuck to jour door with a pin. Hun but win particularize' This Is onlt a sample ot the dat. It's this way until )ou lethe for tho nlglit, and oien at- 6S3 ter jou'io gono to bod nud thank gooduoss that the da) Is dono, )ou reiueiulier that )ou'o fnrgolloti to put on jour night shirt mid must get up again, 1 iRirw iraft F r.uuo fin x rovmi. atulle i 'rimt urn Oi eiipylnj; Ibn At (.III loll or (lie Old lfoil.1. LiiNimt, Hcpl 81.- tlrs Wehlnii, thn fn mous llllgniit, was sucrellt rnlnnsod from prison last night. She will attend n demon slinllon of hei sjiupiilhUirs, lo bu held In 'I rnfnlgnr Square to-dn) . The I'irmilrnhhill of Vicuna, In an edltor lul lommcnlliigou Iho ncceplnnea by thn Prliui'iif Hulgiiilaof niiulnii with Kislem llotimtlln, declares Hint this af Hon liy the nilci of llnltfnrliL defers In (be decision nt ruropc, and conchidra by counseling Tur l.e) lo net w 1th inoileratlnii. An liiiiuciiFo inihlle meellng of rejoicing our the result of Roitini'lliin rebellion took plnco at Odessa last nlglit. Thn streets were Illuminated and spiiches weio Hindu b) proinlnenl ornlors In tho public squaio. During tho past lit tnlj -four hours tlicro bate beui 21 1 new eases of cholera and lT.'i deaths nt Pnlmcio. Ihofitniiciit distill bailees In Sicily bo- Itvccu Government troops and elllens li.no become so serious of Into that the Italian authorities decided io send moro tioops to Iho island lo nsslst lu keeping tho peace. 1 hose lo-elifoiccmciits halo united nud pence bus iippmelitly been tostoied. A CuiIoiih Sboollny; Accliti'iil. Cnu u o, Sepl 22 A curious shooting i,ci lined nt Ktiiiistou this morning about M o'clock. William I.oehke nnd hlsll-jear-old sou started from homo to go hunting on Iho tnaishes. lie larrled a shotgun. Whtn near Ihc comer of (liienwood streit and llhh iiieiiue thuy met Pnlleemaii Dougherty, who, not recognizing them, or dered Ihem to slop It is slid th it Instead of ol ej big the officer's command tho two commented to run, and the officer, think ing Ihey were "crooks," II red his revolver in tho nlr lo stop them. 1'rlghtened by tho shot, nud fearing Ids life lu tlnmiir, tho ilder I.oehke llud nt the policeman, tho i hmge of shot striking (lie policeman in tho abdomen. 'I he wound, wlillo serious, Is not lucessirllj fatal. Lorbkiiwas nrrostod and i tubus that Iho shooting was acci dental. The Value of tlio I'liillnii. Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 22. Auctioneer J. II, I ripci, lu whose hands the tlctoi ions sloop Puritan has lieu placed, has received a dlspnlch fiom Ml. Hurgess III Huston, dlrtctlng him lo llx no prlco on tho boat, nud to uport to lloston anj bids Hi it nro uiade prior to the miction to-inmrott. Tho nuittoiiecr lisited tho lesscl jesterdiy and drew up tin Inventory of nil tho npptirle luinccs of the lesscl which ho had printed foi Inspection hj bidders tomorrow. Tho tcims under which Hie boat will bo nuc lliiiitil In caso no private puiehaso Is pro tlouslj titgotlatod mo ten per cent, down mid Ihe remainder of tlio puiehaso on or he fore I'lldaj next. It is expected that tho bout will bring no less than to.lKjO. - I.Ioiih Th nt l.o'.t Thi'll' T.ilN. 11m irioui, cpt. 22. Tho lions guard ing the ( alveit btieet Hrldge, near L'nlon Station, were dispolled ot their tails about a J cur ago. 'Iheto oppciuLigus wero le phiccdttlth new one. Tho statues huvo ugnlii suffeied. This morning thoy ttero found lo haio been iltfiiccd In mail) iilaces hj chipping tho stone, nud It ttasdlseovered Hint thu act of vandalism had been com mitted bj Larry I'liiuegan, who is noted about tow u as n crank. Hu Is now locked up at the Central Station. It Is suspected that ItwnsL'iii) who robbed tho lions of their tails last joai. Ilt'iit.t ISnliiM Uniiiiigi' Tonus Cotton. G u.t r.NTON, bept. 2J. Reports are com ing from the cotton belt of Texas showing that tho heavy rains of Ihc past week Into woikcd serious damage to standing cotton. The northern section of thu Statu was not so strlously nlTteled ns tho central, south western anil eastern sections. Dlsistrnus rains extended as far north from thu Gulf as Corslcana, a distant u of lino miles, and ns fur west fiom tho Louisiana lino ns Hilling, on tho Southern Piicllle, adlstmco oi '.Oil miles. t'liini'Mi- Atluilicd b.t ?iiiNitMt alcii. Si itti r, W. T., Sept. V. A body ot masked and aimed men ilsllcd tho qunrtcis of the. Chinese working at thu Diamond Mines buiiday night. lhoChlueso lied and their houses wcro burned. Tho Chinamen had been discharged from tho mines and expected to go to Seattle A contention of delegates from all pails of llio Paget bound country hns hi en called lo nnet here bep leml el 2S In del No means of lidding the country of tlio Chinese. Dentil iil'HumiicI t'.'inipliell. Until:, N. Y., Sept. 23. Hon. Samuel laiiipbcll. Slate Senator lu lblrfi-o, fell from n chnli In his ofllco in Nuw Yoik Mills this morning and died of apoplexy, ngcil 7(! jenis. IIo wns ouo of thu tlriu of Wolcott it Cnniphtll, known tlunitghoiit tho coiin lij ns extensile inuiiufictuieis of sheeting. AnoUicr rnsiicccHMriii r.ii'oi'i. Cll.tci tNU, Ohio, Sept. 22. Laigo clouds of citizens and strikers assembled In the ilclnlty of tho Cleveland lolling mills this liioiiilng to witness tho scoinl attempt bj tho company to start Iho mills. Only nbout twenly-llto Germans went lu nt 7.150 and the) toon camo out and were checicd. - The American I'oi'cMr.v ('oiisitkn. Hoston, M ess., Sept. 22. Tho fo'irth an nual meeting of the American I'oicstry tongitsR opened Its thieo-day meeting licit) ut 10 :'() llils iiioriilug lu HorHciilturul Hull. Ma) or O'llrlen delltered tho address of welcome, to which Piesldeiit Ileal)- mado u lespoiibo In conjunction tilth his animal address. liHU'-Hulier' StrlkuN. Cincinnitti, Sept. 22. At tho morning session ot tho International Clgar Makcrs convention, reports wero road show Ing that In the past two )oars $300,000 had lu en disbursed In sustaining strikes, and thnt during that period slxty-nlno strikes or lockouts had been successful and sl.xt)-nluo weio disastrous, Tin l.nt'oiiiiitlvo r.iigliii'ciw. Pun. tin:i nut, Sept 22. Tho conven tion of tho Iliotherhoodot Locomotive Plru inen continued lu secret session tills morn ing in Association Hall, Grand Master P. A. Arnold presiding. Tlio meetings will all bo secret nnd will continue until b.itur-daj-. I' io in t'liiui'li lo tlio Hnltcr. I'viiKCiihmuti, W. Vi, Sept 22. -John (Irablc, a iraicltugphotoijiaphor, wlillo ex hibiting u pnnomnu In a chinch In Wetzol Count), Siiudu) night, tvua tnkon out and ljiichid bj masked men for tho seduction o'f a jouug lady under piumlso ot nmirkigc. llciKli ol' ii Thrill ricul .ttiinner. inn ton, bipt 22. Ljn Howe, assistant maiingei of a theatrical company now pla)1 lim In this city, died very suddenly uhllo kitting In a chnlr In front ot his hotel lato Inst night. Heart disease is supposed to hate been tho cause. niotliiiM'liihst In Mexico. Tho oilier day, su) a Moxleau corre spondent of tho Huston llinthl, an old fol low named Jose Onof re OJed.i died otor In a town of the btnto of Jalisco, age 1 115 liurs Ho had been mairled tttlue, nnd. old) a )eai m,o, thniigbt serlousl) of a tliiul wife, whin death came along to stop his matrimonial si hemes. Somo tlmu ago an old fellow wnsllilugnt Sun Miguel de Al letide, ugid $ii touirt, u man still ilgorous The records of tho pariah t hint li coullimed his claims to a great age Not long ago, down in tlio piclt) lltllu tropical tlllago or Orizaba, lhero died uu old wiuiinnugcd HO j cms, nud a few mouths ago a woman named Martina Riilera died hero at tho age of 150 j cms, a fact thoroughly attested, IN JUDGKIiVK MEMORY. Iho Ccrcmoniot Attending the mont's Unveiling. Mnu- TUB ODD-BTJLLO WS TRIBUTS. An ApiirnprlMn 'I cstliiioiilnl (,i nu lion oii'il .ttciubi rnf llm Order. Hu.timoiik, Mil, Hcpl. 22. Tlio un veiling of Ihc Rial in- of the Into James I., liltlgoly, ended by the Independent Ordei of Odd l'ellotis, will take place: tills afternoon. Mr. Itldgely was, nt the lime of his tlciilh, Grand Secretary of Hie Grand Lodge I. O. () P., ot the l' lilted Stales, and hnd serve I in thai rapacity flnce 18 ID, Tho fere iiiimles will bo condiicled under tin' dliectlon of .Messrs. W. W. .Morris of Ken lucki. Gcorgo W. Dllks of Now York,'!'. II Hill of Virginia, Isaac A. Sheppard ot Pitilisiliaulii, John M. Jones nnd John I' Mi Cuban of Mnrjlniid mid John .1. (lalli ghir of Delaware. The iniiiiument stands on themot nic tated Mile In Harlem Park, than which . more beautiful locution could not huvo been seh (led. The monument faces to Iho (list; it Is of gtanlteiiud Is surmounted by a (olossiil bronze stuluo of the laic Junius L, Itldgely. 'iho lolalj holght Is 1'- fct, the sljlti Is modern ornalu Gothic, Thu III si die block Is sot en feet squire. 'Iho four hluhlj-pollshuil panels on this block n I e Inscribed Willi tho iiiimo uud dates of Mi th nud death of the man whose memory Iho monument commemorates, also dales of Inlllullon Into Indues, his election to offices lu the ordei and lines eulogistic of thu lute secretary 1 he cost of the monument, tins 3lo,(kio, which sum wns npproprhlo.1 foi Ho piiiioc by Iho Sovereign (ir.iinl Lodge nt Its Inst meeting in Minnesota. Hu rijioiu;, Stpt. '."J. Tills morning's sisslon of tho Snicielgii Grand Lodge, I. O. (. P., was occupied with iho Inuring of ni Jitals and reports of committees, which weio pinpcrlj lefened. Iho lodge ad jouriied to p.irtlelpalo lu tills nfleriioouV luur.du mid ccreiuouloa nttendliig tho tin telling of tho Rldgclj moiiumeiit. A dither's 'el inc. Ki.om ic, low 1, bept. 22. Iuformitlo'i reachtd hero jektcul.iy of tho arrest ot '1 lionias How i an, a fanner, living hi nu u it-of-llii-way place, a futv miles buck of Gieg ory'e, n small station on thu Keokuk &, St. Louis Line. 1 Ionian Ischnrgudnlth Incest uud Infanticide It Is chaiged tint ha killed tho elilld of his daughter ns soon ns Unas born ami pioiented tho attendance ot a physician. On Tuesday it is stated t Ii it. ho said It was 1 is Intention to do the sauio towiml aiiothirdauclittr, now HI yenrs old, on his ictuiii fiom Keokuk that day. Din ing his nbsineo his wife told tho story, nud preparations were nt onco mado for tho inuii's nrrest, whlrli took plnco as hn was icluriilng home. Ho brokotlomi ami con ftsseiliuid took his captors to whore llm I oily was hurled. Hu bogged to bo hanged, but was taken to Knhokn for safe keeping. 'I he Al.ilnnla (iti'it the ('up. Nut Yoiik, Sept. 2) Thu regntta emu inltlie of tlio American Yacht Club has de tldcd Hint Jay Gould's )acht tho Atalmtie won the Commodore's cup In tho annual contest of tho club last siunmci. The cut) Is for the quickest tlmo oterlho eome It was claimed by tho Stiletto, but tho Al.i lanlu filed a protest, alleging that thu blll cllo shoitciicil Its course by fulling to go mound a certain buoy lu entering New Lou don haiborattho llnl-h of tho race. Tim committee has had the protest under Inves tigation for about two months. Captain Shackford ot the At.ilnnla prescntod four teen nffidniits In support of this claim ami four weio picsciiltd In behalf of thoSHletto. Sfontcllnri' Mrninrliil Sci'vlcci. Nlw Yoiik, bept. 23. Memorial sor tlccs in honor of tho lato Sir Mosos Mouto floretilll be held October -I, In this clt), mid all Hie chief cities of thu United states. The) will lake place lu the various s) ua gogues and will consist of npproprlatu Ii) inns and addresses. Conslderiililo inter est was excited in Hebiett circles yostenUy our thu announcement that Mr. Joseph bebug, tho nephew and principal heir of sir Moses, hnd just taken his uncle's liamo and had promised lo further tho great philan thropist's piojeets bj all tin moans hi his poll er. An Iiiillun Ai'iil Delicti. UivtiiiEiu.uN, I). T.,bept. 22. Oiilers arc posted In the postofllco here, signed by John G. Gasman, United states Indian agent nt tho Crow Creek Agency, ordering; all settlers to lcmovo their effects fiom llio restitution beforo October 7, and threaten ing to call upoi tho United btatcs Army to tjict tin in if necessary. Not a settler will (otnplj with this outer, nud it will requite two companies of soldiers to remove them 'lhero has been no Double between thu whites and Indians. lllHi'tiso Viuoiig Wisconsin llou-i. Hi I oit, Win., Sejit 22. disease which piizzlcstho icterlnailaus is dcstioylug hogs In a locality west ot this city. In somo cases tho hogs see m to tot to doatli. Thu disease Is tliouslit to have originated tt'IUi hogs which ate tho eaicassiis of horses whlchdkd from glanders, titer l.OUl lmgn and sonic cattlo have died lu tit o ton ushlps within two weeks. wiicnt Of-tro.tcd ii.t rice. l'llltio, I) T, "ept ii -Thu Aiijn' lu daj estimates the lo of wheat lu North Dakota from prairie flres In tho past tun da) s at Hourly u million dollars. The lires hate colored u luige scopo of country and bioken out in perhaps a dozen localities lu the JSO miles west of Pargo. IlcIIgloiiM Kxclti'iiii'iil In IihIIiuiii. MiNtn, Imi., Sept. 22, T'weiily-llvo thousand pcoplo attended Mis. Wuodw in th'r. meeting ill Dlltz Grotc, twelve miles noitli west of this city, Sunday. Such icllglous ixeiteincut has not been known lummy )eais Tlio .'eiii'hl!i-Iniiiitless Knee. Nuwi'oiiT, R. I , Sept. 22. Nothing has been seen ot tho adits Dauntless and Genestaas jet. Tho wind Is light, almost a calm, and tho boats nro not expected now befoio daik. MlXOll XVAVS XOl'VS. Tlio farm nouso ot Richard Pent m near Peiiton, Me,, was burned yostenlai Two ehlldicn perlfhod In tho Ihiiuw. William r.ldrldge, a young soolel.t m m of Newport, committed suicide last eu'iilng by shooting himself. It is thought thai hn was Insane. James R. Sllkninii, of U lilto Ph.iln-., N. Y., hussuod laintei I) t. l rushy of New YmU for uSSiiiki foi t'liguglug In a con s irnej to i online him in uu Insane asjliiui Uissos anioimtlng ro JOO,000 have been Hiffiiretl by the ( auadlan Pacltlo lhllttay on iiiiuiu'it of the oi ur-pnyinout ot con ti in 1 uis iiiiiMil lt lueoirict nioasnieineiiU mi tin inllwiii. The blienaijiloah lion Company at M tines, ii , bus dt'fuiiltcd on tho p.iliueilt of soluii i f Ii lndilitediiess, uud a bill was Hied in tin t Ik nil I'ouil of the United States yes Milii asking for till Injunction nud a tv teliti 'ihe pai ties to tills action are tint bitiuih N'ntlumil Hank, tho Union Tnist, bub DcjiobIi nud Insurance Company tho I lliib National Hank uud John Mlhics, all ..f l'hllailclphla, The liabilities of lliu com pun) mo ubout $900,000, of which f.ti)0,on Is llrst mortgage Ininds Tho reunlinler l lloutlng ludebtedut's.