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""''I I I ZrVTr-.! "S r,n- A ' ' Hf 0HTH FORK o si as a 5 raous'SMiL illrllvi'i rtl lt.v (ni'i'li-i'.M. ii.iiivniKii I.. ii,iii,.,u r"l Jnttertril In Tim Critic .'I TIiiicm foi' B3r. xow im tiii: tiiii: to Hi-itscunti:. lS'i'Jl YEAR-WHOLE NO. 5,359. WASHINGTON, 1). 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER U, 1885. PRICE TWO CENTS. vrf' aNd JSHINGKlOjN Woodward & LoTiinor. Fall ami Winter Wrap Exhibit, Woodward & Lothrop beg to announce to their customers, and the public in general, that on Wednesday, Oct. , Thursday, Oct. j, they will place on exhibition i handsome variety of the newest fashion favored styles of Fall and Winter Wraps, in new fabrics .ajid shapes, most elegantly trimmed, comprising III.KOANT VI8ITi:s. m:w.mai(ki:th, Hlltllt'l' IlOt.MAMS. SHOUT COATS. I.O.NU DOt.MANS. WAI.UINd .iAOKKTH, 1IAHI.ANM, RUSSIAN ClUCTLAltS, SKAI. AM) PI.USH HACIJUIW, Jindo from lll.'on Clolli, Stockinettes, Che lots, Heaver, Diagonals. Hondo Fabric, llroentlcd Silks and Satin. With tho following trimmings: Coney Fur, llusidim Hare, Astrakhan .Marabout, Coon l'ur, Lynx, Fringes, Feathers, etc., Representing the largestand handsomest stock ever ex hibited by us during any previous season, and desire to attract special attention to the 2 newest shapes, viz.: tiii: "ji'dic." TUB "MATINKi:," (A description of tlioro two Wr.nn appear In Oils morning' "National Republican.") All are invited to pay us a visit of inspection on the above-named days. This department Is situated on thd second lloor, easily accessible by elevator, Have You l'orgotton What we said about Gossa mers some time since? If so, let this weather remind you of it, and expect to find here exactly what you want in the way of a "Water proof" Gossamer as is "Water-proof," and at a less price than you expected to pay. "Vulcanized Rubber," at $2.50. (Second floors tuko the olovatnrA WOODWARD A LOTIlliOl'. Momi'lliln;; About Luces. Notwithstanding the fact that our business in this de partment has increased fully 40 per cent., we are desirous of still further increasing it, and to this end have added a long line of "Novelties," representing the very latest, freshest and most desirable styles and patterns ever brought to this city, which we have marked at prices conducive to an unprece dented demand. There is no questioning the fact that our prices are lower on these goods than . prevail elsewhere, as can be substantiated by an exami nation and comparison. We propose to be "Head quarters" for "Laces," as we are for American Silks, and shall merit your recognition as such by offering every thing desirable in "Lace Novelties" as soon as they reach the market, and at prices which we guarantee to be the lowest the same qualities can possibly be ob tained in this city or else where. Besides you have only to return our goods in order to piocure the money paid, which principle holds good from our basement up, and not on one or two particular lines of goods. We are continuously on the lookout for "Bargains," "Job Lots," etc., for this de partment, and this week are showing a number of good "Drives," as follows : 1 Job Lot of 8-Inch Fancy Cream Sills I.ueo, vorlh 3.V), oidy lOo per yard. 1 Job Lot of Fancy Colored Kllk TiO.ro, plum ground, with patterns run In seal Imr.vn, ox nctly hnlf price, ii!(l Inchon wide for Sic, worth 'A'e; Ma Indict wido for fiOc, which wo lmvo Fcen In 11 window olscwhero murkotl at ft per yard. Navy Who, run with soul In-own, S'lnelio wide, actual vnlno .fie, only iliKv. A "wonderful" bargain Is tlioiM-lnuhlnml-niiidii Wool l.nce. In navy, dark brown, lhtlit brown, dink belzo uml urcuui, usually sold at lie, only lulr-o per yard. (Hirer "Novclllos" la I.tiooj, In exceedingly tastefully dcHlgiiuil patterns. III the rlulimt pus 'Ihlu effects, for fall trimmings. Tho latest conceit Is tho "lluuelu" Lioo, liming n liaudsomo raised piticni, oun lat tice work, woolun back ground, ouwi-lallv np liiopilate for lilminlng tho "lluuelu" eft'oeu In 111 ess l foods, Tlicu uro baud made Iotcc, nndeoinolntho following tholco combination of colorings : llrowniuiil Light Ilolge. 1ai'kliiowu and Light Hrown, Nuy Win' and d'arnct, Lrown and (lurnet. Two widths, 4-lin-li, Me; 5X-lnch, i5o per yard. ' Another set, liner quality, tamo comblna- tlOIIOt lolom. '1 wo widths Oj-luch, O'tfc; l.ljlnoh, 80o per vurd, tliituiniridiuuM not fall to Inspect theso iiewl.nes, as they uro ontlrely novel and I uilU iilnily dolrablo. (Second Hours take tho elovntor.) WOODWARD & LOTHROP, Boston Dry Goods Houso OMB I'lll'Ml tVXUX, DjJil'cuii. Ave. Dili 1) Htreut GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. Obarles R. Codman as Commis sioner Eaton's Successor. WHAT MR. EATON SAYS. Presents That tho President h (Im pelled to Decline. PATENT OFFICE PROMOTIONS 'II 10 .Slllllll-pnT Oil Cxport Cllllllgo or I'renldeutlal 1'iihIiiiihIoi-. (unornl and Pet-sonnl. Tho President to-day appointed! Thomas II, Jcriilgati of North Carolina to ho Marshal of tho Consular Courts at Osaka and Illoga, Japan. Exports of Oils. Tho Uttrcau ot Statis tics report tho exports of mineral nils dur ing September to liavo been $., 101,0)3, nud for tho pnst ulno months, $37,1Uj,7. A Successful Survey. Captain Hcaly of tho rovenuo steamer Corwln reports to tho Treasury Department that tho explora tion of tho headwaters ot tho Kowng and Moatug rivers, Alaska, has been successfully completed. Commanders of IUvonuo Cuttors. Tho following transfers of commanders have been ordered In tho revciiuomarlnosiirvlcos Captain Alfred 1). Davis, from tho Johnson to the Hear ; Captain J. tl. linker, from tho lloutwcll to t!y Johnson. Tho Miosleelppl Railroad Commission ers. 1 ho United States Supremo Court yesterday began hearing arguments In tho Mississippi llallroad Commissioner' cases, Involving tho right of n Stato to regulate railroads operated under charters of other States or of the United Stales. Changes in President! il Poatmastora. Of tho COO changes mail a In tho Presi dential postmasters since tho adjournment of tho Scuate, 24!) wcro caused by removals of postmaslcis. lly December 1 there will bo neatly 100 vacancies In the Presidential ofllces, caused by tho expiration of com missions and resignations. A Proaont Declined by tho Pro3l dent. Among tho ptesnnts for tho Presi dent lcccutly left nt tho W'hlto House, hut not accepted, Is u model ot tho Whlto Houso and grounds, with mlnlaturo horse, carriages and pedestrians and a tiny llguro of tho l'icsldeiit plucking (lowers In tho gatilcn. lly an automatic arrangement tho miniature pcdcetilans enter tho' gate.) and approach the mansion. Death of an Army Officer. Major Thomas 11. Ilurrow's, capataln (retired), U.S. A., died Monday last at Chicago, III., nged forty-six years. lie will bo burled nt his f oi mcr home, Lancaster, Pa, IIo was appolhtcd to tho Eighteenth Infantry In 1601, wan promoted to captain in 11X3.1 and brevctted major In 1SIH for gallantry at tho battle of .loncsboro', On. Tin was retired from thu Ninth Infautry March 'JO, 18?J. Precautions Against Smallpox. Tho Marino Hospital Service to-day recelved.au appeal from tho (lovcrnor of Xow York for (loveriimcnt assistance In preventing thu lutiodticllou of smallpox across tho north cm border of that fctato from Vcrmout. burgcon-tienernl Hamilton Immediately telegraphed Surgeon Austin to proceed from ermont to New York to co-operato with tho Stalo Hoard of Health In making whatever nirangcmcnts aru deemed nd lsable. Patent Olllco Promotion?. Tho resig nation of If. T. I'IsliCT as first assistant ox amlncrof thoPutentOfllco has caused tho following promotious: William W. Town tend of tho District of Columbia, to bu first assistant examiner; .Iitllati C. Dowcll of North Carolina to second exanilnor; Aaron 1!. Towiifbenil of Maryland, from fourth to third; Millard J. Mooroof Virginia, from clcrkehlp class ono to fourth assistant ex aminer; Weston Flint ot New York, from copyist to clerkship class one. A Prooldontlal Postottlco Ovorlookod, l'coplo who want postoMcca aro very plentiful. They aro also, a3 a. rule, wide nwako ns to tho dato ot tho oxplratlon of a llopullicau lucumbcnt's term, and know pretty well whenever an office become Presidential. Hut there Is ono oxeeptlon. 'Ihc postmaster at Iloldrege, Neh., Is a lie publlcan. HLsofllco became a Presidential ono on tho 1st of last January, but, etrango to say, there hasn't been a sluglo application for tlio place or a slnglo rceommeuilation about tho office. It is supposed that thu In cumbent has said nothing about thu olllco becoming Presidential, being satisfied to continue his leaso on tho place. -- Tho President's Callors. Tho Presi dent's callers to-day Included C'hlof-Justlco Waltc, lllshop Whipple of Mlimoiota, Sec retary Lamar, Attorney-Oenoral Oarlaud, Senators Hick, ltausom, filbson, Iloproaont atlvo Snowden, First Assistant. Potmustcr (icneral Stevenson, Win. Aluxauder of reniiNjlvnnla, a delegation from tho (J. A. 1!. Veteran Nights Union, .1. M. Valo of (his city, .T. P." llass of Maine, llldcon .1. Tucker of New York, .1. 11. Ilrutton, A. P. Mooro of lionton, T. 1".. Kinney ot Utlca, Then. Carman of Carlisle, Deiilamln P. An drews ot l'oitl.md, .Me., II. b. Slovens of New Yoik, Survcyor-tJcncral Dement of Utah, Albert T. Hatch ot IlulTalo, Itov. Win. II. Chapman of this city and Dr. Col grove. Tho Codman Appolntmont. The re port that Mr. Charles 1!. Codman has been tendered, and has accepted, tho position va cated by Commissioner Union's resignation Is denied at tho Whlto Houso. Mr. Cod man's naino has, however, been presented to the President as ono most satisfactory to tho supporters ot thu C'lvll-Servlcohiw. The New York Timet of this morning statu that Mr. Codman, who nt llrst declined to becomo.a member of thu CIvll-Sorvleo Com mission, has at thu renewed request ot thu President reconsidered his determination nud will succeed Mr. Katon next month. Commissioner Dolman II. F.atoti was among the President's callers to-day. Wlicnnskrd who would bo appointed us his successor, ho replied: "I beflevo thu position has been tendered to Mr. Cudman aud sincerely hopo that ho will accept It." Minor and Personal. Twenty-four postmasters of the fourth class wcro appointed to-day. C. P. Smith, D. C, and J. 11. WilcolT, Ohio, cleiksj In tho Pension Office, liuvo rrxlgiied. Tho Navy J)epaitment Is Informed ot tho il until of Ensign T, A. Parku at Ids homo In Union, W, Vu. 'Iho President has appointed John M. I.awtou to ho a Notary Public for tho Dis trict of Columbia. Frank Claudy of tho District ot Colum bia, has been pinmotod In thu Pension Oilleo from D00 to Jl.'JOO. Tho l'ostmaster-tienorol tins decided that postmasters cannot glvo as suiutles the Loud of gtiarnuteu associations, Tho Interior Department, by order of Becrcluiy Lamar, will hereafter bo closed at 'J p, in. to all but olllclals nml employes, Congressmen liandall ot Pennsylvania, Crisp ot (leurgla, and Heed of Maine, of tho rcnimitteo to ux.mlno thu facilities of the country for the manufacture ot ordnance. vlclltil tho Walcrtown (.Mass,) Arsenal yes terday. Tho new mall service between San Fran cisco and Australia nud Now Zealand to re place tho Pacific Mall scrvlco will begin on November 'Jl, and n steamer will sail every four weeks thucaflcr. Chief Iltisht head of tho Cherokee Nation yesterday railed upon Secretary Lamar tu protest against tho imwarrantabio Intrusion ofwhllo settlers upon C'herokea lauds In the Indian Territory. tleueral Hiizen, Third Assistant Postmn-trr-Ocnernl, to-day telegraphed Colonel Sharp nt Chattanooga as follows; "I con gtutulato Chattanooga upon her Hew mayor. Long may ho wave." Secrclary Lamar, with Assistant Secre tary .lenks and Assistant Atlorncy-llcncr.il Montgomery, to-day heard argument on tho appeal from tho decision of Coinmlv sloncrSparkslutho"llackbono(lrant"casc. Mr. Frank Hodges, n special examiner of Iho Pension llurcait, died suddenly Mon day evening at tlrecuvllle, Tenn. 'Hli re mains will bo brought to this city and burled by Central Lodge No. I, I. O. 0. F. ovr ov tiii: ji:ai vast. A Ntrimeu Vl-dlor ill tbn 1'ostollli'i, He- pilrlloent Ili't'iills mi Old Tnigody. A tall, slender man, erect In figure, firm in gait, and with n pair of bright, lustrous black cyci that shono forth from n faco en circled by n full black bcanl tlngod with gray, called upon some of tho old clerks of tho Second Assistant Postmaster-General's ofl'.co this morning aud soon became tho cynosuroof nil eyes when It. was learned who (ho strnngo visitor was. Ho caiuo fiom St, F.llzahcth's Asylum, whero ho has spent the past thlrly-two jears. Ills name Is Kobcrt A. Hawke, and ho was employed as u messenger In that ofllco up In tho I4th of May, 183.1. On thu bright Sunday morning of May IB, 1B.VJ, Ihopcoplo of Washington wcro hor illled by n repoit that a woman had been murdered In n llttlo framo bouse on tho north side of L street, between Sixth and Seventh Miects northwest. Tho report was caused by Iho finding of Mrs. Hawku, tho wife of Itohcit A. Hawko, In her bedroom with tho sldo of her head literally blown nit by n pistol shot. It was well known that tho couple wcro frequently quarreling, mainly on account of religious dlfteroncui, ho being a member ot Wcslev Chanel, whllo tbo wife was a devout Catholic, and thoso who knew both parlies well nt thu tlmu eay that sho was ot an ungovernable fiery temper. Hawko was nircsted and tried for his life, but tho Jury wero in doubt whether tho shot had been deliberately II red or whether tho weapon, which he had always kept under his pillow, was accidentally discharged during tho wrangle, and they sent him to tho insane Asjlum for tho remainder of his life. Hero ho was entrusted with tho keeping of tho wild beasts in tho Zoological Garden con nected with tho Institution, and by his ex emplary behavior has on several occasions fecureil permission to visit tho outer world. Ho Is now fill years old, but looks nearly twenty years younger. His last visit to tho scenes of his former existence occurred six years ago, apd his vigorous appearance of to-dny seems to indicate that his look upon Iho bustling, tlulvlng city of to-day Is not ntall likely to have been ids last one. Tin: Amrr axi avut. Items About tho llanlc mid 1'lle XewJ l'roni tlio (Jiiiirti'i- Deok. Captain Jaran II. Guthrie, Thirteenth In fantry, was lu Chicago on .Monday from his station nt Fort Ilayard, N, M. First Lieutenant David N. .McDonald, Fourth Cavalry, Is on sick Icavo until Octo ber 30, from Fort Yuma, Arizona, Captain Win. II. Clapp, Sixteenth Infan try, at Fort Stockton, Texas, is granted two months' lenvo from November IS. Lieutenant David J.liumbaugh.TliIril Ar tillery, has been granted leave for n mouth from October S3, from San Antonio, Tex. First Lieutenant Samuel S. Pnguo, Fif teenth Infantry, lias been granted ono month extension of icavo from Fort l)u ford, Dakota. Captain John 0. Dourke, Third Cavalry, who was so long nn aldo to General Crook, Is In Oniidia on leave from Camp ltlco, Texas, looking nftcr his property Interests. First Lieutenant lloueit T. Knunott, Ninth Cavalry, has been icllovcd as aide-de-camp by Major-Gcncral Pope, to tako effect October 21, and will then proceed to Join his troop nt Fort Niobrara, Neb. Colonel James P. Martin, assistant adjutant-general, has leturucd to Fort Leaven worth from St. Louis. Ho will bu ordered hero again next year, when Major Ward goes to thu Dcpaitmcnt of tho Columbia. First Lieutenant Henry L. Harris, First Artillery, has reported to Major-Gcncral l'opo ut San Franelico, and will succeed Lieutenant Emmet, Ninth Cavalry, as aide-de-camp. Ho is now on duty In thu engi neer ofllce of tho Division of tho Pacific. Tho Coast Survey steamer Patterson, Lieutenant UlchauUon Clover, U. S. N., commanding, arrived at San Francisco Oc tober 5 from Alaska, whero sho was em ployid sluco last spring continuing tho work on which thu Hasslor was engaged for several jcais. Colonel Albeit G. Ihaelcctt, Third Cav alry; Lieutenant-Colonel Nelson 11. Swelt zcr, Kiglith Cavalry, and Captain Albert 11. Kauffinan, Ulghth Cavalry, liavo been de tailed as members ot tho general court-martial which convened August 13 at Fort Clink, Texas, toielluvo Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph li. Smith, surgeon, .Major Francis S. Dodire. liavmustur. and Malor William 1!. Liciinore, Corps of F.nglncers. Thu. cuniigu win oomaiiu wneii mo inn tu u.tp tiiln Jacob II, Smith, Nineteenth Infantry, Is concluded, and Colonel llrackclt will bo president of tho court whllo Lloutcuant l'ajiie, Nineteenth Infantry, is tried. CITY II M.I. XOTV.S. (ilrniilnRH from tl Itcciirds of tlio Cnitrlri, William K. T!er lived with his wife, Mary V. Tyler, six weeks after tholr mar liago when sho abandoned blin, nud ho now nppl)s for divorce. Iho grand Jury yesterday Indicted Hart Cohen on tho charge of icci-lvlm; stolen piopcity, and Ignoied the charges against Charles II. .MeCauley and John Lyon. Tlio application of Annlo Thelan for di vorce from F.tlcnuu J. Thulau wasdlsmlssed jesteiday by Justice Hagner, who hold that tho testimony lulled to support thu com plaint, which was infidelity, ciuelty and linbitiial diiinkeuuess. llttiton 1). Jones has sued Syduoy I. Wallos In recover $tf 1,033.8 1, balance clalmid duo him for services lu fiirnlntilng liifoimatlou mid making list of certain lauds duo to or claimed by thu Statu ot l'loilda fiom tho United States, Henry 11. Ottcrbiick, nduilnUtratoi- of tho eslaloot Sarah Otturbael;, asks tho llquity Com t to direct a decree to compel thu a jh Ington it Georgetown llallnmd Company to iccognlzo foity shares of Its stock us bo longing to tho estate and pay thu dividends to thu administrator. Manlago licenses havu been issued as fol lows: J. M. Moiiiii and M. liosallu Clem ents. Ilobeit II. Waduand Kute A. Sew cll. William S. Knox and Cora L. Hamil ton. James Pollard and Mary Whlto, II, C. Dean of Tennallytown, 1). C, aud Lilly M. lleach of London County, Yn. T. if. Johnslou ot this city and Alice ('. Stu.ut of Seiifoid, Del, William Jenkins and itoio Wm-liiugtou. AV, II. Johnson and Mary C. Armstrong. II. T. Statliam aud F.lnlso King. J. H. Anderson of Wiurciiton, Va and Katie M. Hadleyof this city; (ieorgu W. I'leinont of Fairfax County,; Vn., aud Jcniilo l 'etui of I'rluco illlani County, Vu.: Unbelt Pilco and Allco Phillips; Mliliael Swieney and Julia Joy; Edward Uolhiiiilir mid llertha Kaufuuu; John Stewait uml Hannah Sehroth, Dx-JiiHir, John I'. Dn.ui.f and S. L. Jt. Hallow of New York,' and Huron Har lipseh of Desbicleh, arc nt Woiiuloy's. Sylvester Johnson, ti distiller at New Haven, Ky bus given $IU,O0d to Catholic institutions lu that State, THE OHIO ELECTION. Forakcr Carrio3 the Stato By a Handsome- Majority. A REPUBLIC AN LEOISTj AT URE Tlio Re-election of Sherman to tha Son ato Assured. WHAT THE POLITIOIANS SAY Ci.uvr.i.ANi). 0., Oct. 11. It li safe to ny Hint llto ItcpulillciiiH lmvo elected their cnllro ticket In this county, from lop to bottom, including; bbvcii rcprc- scnttillves lu tlio General A.ssemuly, by mnjoritles ranging from 11,000 to 5,000. Advices from nil over Northern Ohio show Mcndy IlupubHcan gnlin, nml iioni present inuicaiions roraiicr's plural ity will exceed 110,000. Complete returns from every township and precinct glvo Forakcr ;i,8Vl5 plurality for (lovcrnor lii.Cuynhoga County, Tlie Jtcniill In IlnmlWnu tliniiily. ClNt'INNATl, ()., Oct. IL Tho ltcpuhll can legislative ticket In Hamilton Countyls probably elected, Two precinct? yet to hear from. Tho Democrats liavo elected Daniel J. Dalton county clerk, William Pugh prosecutor, Frank Alter comptroller nud John llaggerty recorder. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 113 p. m. Tho legislative ticket lu Hamilton County is Still In doubt. There nro several precincts to hear from, and tho ofllclal count may bo needed to decldo tho matter. I.culsliifiiioCliiliiicilb.v HcpulilleiiiiH Coi.u.Miifs, O., Oct. II. At Iho Hepuh llcnn hcaihpiartcrs they nro claiming tho Legislature outshlo of Hamilton County this morning. Tlicy claim to liavo advices from nil tho precincts lu Franklin County except one, which Insures tho defeat ot AI leu O. Myers uml Young. If tho llgures pan out as advices Indlcato they will Justify tho Republican In claiming thu Legislature outside of Hamilton County. They claim as certain mo election oi u memucrs. Coi.ti.Mnuf, O., Oct. M 1 p. m. Tho latest summary on tho Senate, outside of Hamilton County, shows that tho Republi cans niesuieof seventeen Senators, tlio Democrats ot thirteen, and doubt ful tlncc. If tho Republicans carry Hamilton County they will havo n majority of six In tho Scnato beyond nil doubts. Tho doubtful districts nro believed to bo Republican. Tho next Senate will have !17 members. Tho Republican aro certain of .17 mem bers lu tho next House, nud with Hamil ton County will h.ivo 07. It Is thougot Unit out of 110 members the Republicans will have a largo margin over a baro m.i- Jbrlty. An Increaso of four In tlio Seuato and flvo In the House Is claimed by tho Republicans. Kiu-nUn I.riulM In I, liens 'oiiiily. Tou-.no, ()., Oct. 11. Lucas County, with eight picclncts to hear from, gives Porakcrobout i.'00 majority. Ono Demo cratic candldalo for tho Legislature 1 elected. Tho oilier Is in doubt as jot, but it is thought his chancel r.ro most favora ble Doild and (irosschncr. Democrats for thu Senate, nro elected In this district. Tho Democrats carry all county olllacs but tieasurer and coroner. Full return will not altei Foridccr's majority much. In tiiu XYi'Htrrn ltesrrve. Youncimown, 0., Oct, IL III Mahoning County tho entire Republican county ticket Is elected, uml Fornker's plurality is about 700. Dickson (Rep.) for representative has about 710 plurality, and Fassett (Rep.) for Stato senator in tlio Mahoning-Trumbull dhtitcthasn plurality ot ovcra,000. The Prohibition vote In Mahoning County closely approximates 1U0. Tin: two Tioiurrs, Xuines or tbo Candidate Tho Volos or Other i;icetlons fjompiirod, Rclow will be found tho Democratic and Republican nominees for Stato officers, to gether with tho vote of 1SS3 and 18S1 : Governor Democratic, (Icorgo Hoadly ; Republican, J. 11. Forakcr. Lieutenant (lovcrnor Democratic, J. (! Warwick; Republican, Ocnoral Kennedy. Tieasurer Democratic, Peter Urady; Re publican, J. C. Urnwn. Attorney - tieiieud Democratic, James Lawrence; Republican, J. II. Koehler. Judge of Supremo Court Democratic, C. 1). Martin; Republican, T. A. Mlnshall. In lfrW) threo candidates wcro In tho Held lor Governor : Iloadly, Democrat; Fora kcr, Republican; Schumacher, Prohibition ist. Tho vote was ns follows: Hoadly, :;,C03: ForaUer, 1117,1(11; Schumacher, S, Mi. Hoadly' majority, -1,107. At tbo October election, 1SSI, four parties weio represented In the race for Secretary of State. Robinson, Republican; Nowmau, Demnerut; Moirls, Problbltlonlst, and Her old, (ircenbiieker, were tho candidates. A huge vote wos polled, as tbo following will show: Robinson, !i!ll,,Vjy; Nowm.m, IVJO,0,."!; '.i!rls, tl,7M; lleiold, !I,5S0; Robinson's plurality, 11,831. Tl.o iiicscnco of four tickets In tho No vend er (Presidential) contest again brought forth n large nito, each party making great gains. Tlio vote was as follows: lllaluo, iro.tea; Cleveland, :VW,3fl; St. John, 11, '.'IIP; liutler, 5,170; lSl.ilue'o majority, 15, bfd. i.avAh i:i.i:oviox gossip. M'llllt It ThollRllt l tlio liinull lly Di'iHocrnlrt fleno rally To tny Hint tlio avcrngo Democrat 1 bndly torn up over Iho news from tho Ohio t'U'ctlon would but half express It. Somn of them nro sadly dujoctud, nml IhiHigh Ohio Is, ns n rule, reliably Itu publican, tho nvvrngu Pcmocnit, who fiemicnts tho hotel lotuudas, was looking fitletory because It was tho "oil year." Quito a number wcro hoard to- remark this morning that it was a good thing that thu rebiilt I In favor of tho Republicans. They contend that It will bring tho Administra tion li Its tenses, and that Mr. Cleveland will havo to come down from thu high pin nacle tlmt ho mounted lo plensu tlui Mug wumps i'. nd a small following In thu Demo cratic party. Tlio average Republican weirs u lnoait smile, uml the friends of Senator Shcimaii nro chuckling. Tho man who always Is ready to exclaim, "1 told you so," Is ipilto numerous to-day, nii,l altogether the Ohio election has f miiUlioil the liveliest topic for discussion luco last spring. Whllo nothing can bo liuruoil at tho Whllo House ns to tbo President's view on tho remit In Ohio, some of his callers this inunlng say they saw no Indication that ho was lu the leut annoyed by thu news of Democratic ilcfeut. According to onu of theeii geiillenieii thu President considers tl:c Administration in no way to blamo for yeetoiilay's defeat. Had tho Democracy of Ohio allied itt-elf morn closely with tho Ad ministration's methods nndiiiluclplu.,, thuy say, thu lesult might h.ivo been different. So far as cm bo learned tho President li.is given no Intimation of tho bearing of yon id (lay's election upon thu rusult lu Xuw Yoik. Aet-Maiit Secretaries V.diehlld and Coon, Secretary Mnuulng's Democratic and Re publican aides, have "paired." Doth being in tit led to a uito in New York Stato they buvu ngieeil that it one remains lu Wash iiiL'ton tho other will do so, and neither will vote. Assistant Secretary Falrchlld fatd to-day that ho could draw no inferenco as to the effect of thu Ohio election upon, I1IU I IBItlt ,11 uil 1UHV, "1 cannot see," ho continued, "how they mu connected, Tho Ohio campaign de pended very llttlo upon any national Issues, mid I cannot tco that tho Administration I In any way lo blamo or tho result In Now York lu any way effected." AssMimt Secretary Coon said lu reply lo a fpicstlon mi Ihls subject. "The victory in Ohio will lusplro coulldcuro and wako en thusiasm In Mew York, and lnvo n very good effect. It should ndd soveral thou sand Republican vole. I have no doubt of Davcnpoit's election." Treasurer Jordon expressed no surprises nt Iho result In Ohio, nnd said! "I cannot srothatltnlTectstlio result lu New Yoik In any degree." Comptroller Maynanl tool; tho samo vlow of the situation. Senator lleck of Kentucky, sitting In tho lobby nt Wlllard'i, last night, was greeted with tho remark! "Not much news from Ohio, Senator." "Plenty to show that wo'ro licked though," wos hi gloomy reply. And only slxty-two Cincinnati precincts hod been heard from at that time. Kx-(lnvcrnor Ingcrsoll ot Connecticut, who happens to bo lu the city, says ho I not surprised at the result of tlio Ohio elec tion, "it went about os I thought It would," said he. William C. Mcllrldo of tho Cincinnati Hiirulrrr say ho docs not concedo Hoadly' defeat. Mao Is supposed to bs lu corcspond enco with Joint It. .McLean, nnd, hence, when ho say as hu doos that no ono know how thol.eglslaturj stands, ho Is assumed to speak by the card. Sam Donelson wa not smiling tills morning os ho walked through Franklin Park on his way down town, Tho autumn lenves wero inoro beautiful than his fea tures as ho thought ot how For.iker had defeated Hoadly. Mr. John 0. Priest, who Is hero looking after hi chances for tbo St. Louis post, mastrrfhlp, was not very much disappoint d, for ho said ytsterday nftenioou that ho did not look for u Democratic victory In Ohio. Ho classed Ohio among tho Re publican States, and said It would surprlso him most agreeably If It went Democratic. A well-know n Tennessee Democrat could not conceal his disgust this morning. Ho had been expecting a victory, and as It did not come, ho I blaming .Mr. Cleveland. "I now believe," said be, ''that Now York will us certainly go Republican as that n gooso goes barefooted. It It docs, 1 will not bo sorry. It will be a big slap at this Admin istration, nnd It will teach Mr. Clovchud that ho cannot ponder to about onu fiftieth part of tho party. This Mugwump busi ness Is played out, It may prove to us n blessing In disguise if New York goes Re publican uoxt month," "Old Virginia will be nil right, anyway," said a icsldent of that State. "They can't down Fitz Lee." "Onco I Inclined to tho doctrine of Dob Itigcrsoll,but I now believe that there I a hell." sold a Connecticut statesman at tho Kbliltt this morning. "All I havo to say about tho result lu" Ohio, Is tl n tho Dutch." Said Senator Mcl'hcrson of New Jersey to-day: "Ohio is a Republican State, and being such, she naturally went Republican. There I no national political significance in her voto yesterday." Mr. Stevenson, First Assistant Postmas-ter-Ocneriil, to-day said about Ohio: "Tho State seems to have gone Republican. I expected It, fur tho State Is Republican. Tho democratic claim, that their ticket would bo successful, grew out of tbo confirmed Ohio habit of claiming cvcrytlilug, whether ,lt was In sight or not." A nollccoblo fact In connection with tho reception of election returns on Newspaper now last iiigui was mo absence or uepumi enn ofllcc-liolders. All thu nowly-apnolutcd Democrat wero on hand, but thu Republi cans were conspicuously absent. Thu District of Columbl Democracy aro not gnashing their teeth or tearing their hair over the result of tho Ohio election. Said one of tlie prominent leaders to-day: "It serves the party Jii9t right. As long as tho Ailmfillstiatiou keep Its political enemies In ofllco nnd Its paity friends out tho organization ought to go to shook" "Perhaps thu President will reallro tlio situ ation after Davenport I elected (lovcrnor of New York, ns ho surely will bo," chimed In another of tho local leaders Willi an air of disgust, and tho muttcrlngs ot others wcro of tlio same general character. Tho l'icsldeiit is evidently to bo mado thoscapc goat ot tno party defeat by all tho dlsgruu ticd "outs.' AX'ir liAMi'smni: mati'ihis. An Acceptable Appointment A I'utillo lliilldluuj Situ Selected. Mr. John S. II. Frliik, who was yester day appointed U. S. Dlstilct Attorney for New Hampshire, Is a resident of Ports mouth and is ono ot tho ablest' and most widely-known men In his State. Ho has enjoyed a good practlco and Is a very popu lar gentleman among both Democrats and Republicans. He l about -IS years of ago, and Now Hampshire Democrats now lu this Citj fay that hu will makoa ino.-t ef ficient olllccr. Mr. 1'rJuk bus not been nu orflco-Eceker, and his appointment comes almost without solicitation on his pait. lie had friends, though, who urged tho appointment. They contended that ho was u clean, pure man, and the reccinmtndutlons caught tho cyo of thu President at once. In fact, this Is In lino with n great many of Mr. Cleveland's selec tions the taking up of n man who has ability and reputation without ever having m!ngli.d to any great extent lu practical polities. Mr. .Mooroof the Manchester I'nlnu Is still nt Hie lllggs, together with Mr. Sullo wcy, the niembirof tho National Demo cifttfc Committee from New Hampshire. Mr. Mooio was asked this morning to stato whether there weio any other Now Hamp. shlio appointment about to ho made, but howiisnot piepuicd to glvo nny positive liifoiiuatlcn. Hu Is evidently much pleased, however, with tho selietlon determined upon this morning of a situ for the now public build ing lo becrected lu Manchester, and for which an oppropt lotion ofsSOO.OOO has been made. Ho is coulldeiit that tho Hanover street location will bo generally acceptable to Iho buslnos men of that city. vi;usox.ir miJxxiox. IiittltigK About Itclili'iiH mid tVetl Knoll n VIsllniM. Commif-ihm:u Raton Is nt Wonnley's. CoNimrsMiN Sowdkn of Pennsylva nia Is at Wlllard's. Mn. Wh.i.iam L. Kosn has left for his homo in Cincinnati, O. Mn. ami Mil". If. U. MitowN of Staunton, Vu,, uro registered at Wlllaul's. Titr.AbruT.ii Junius and Comptroller .Mojuard niu buck at thclrdoiks. ScvtTou Camukn of West Virginia has returned to the National, after a weok'fl ab sence. Mn. P. S. STonriv, M. P., of Sunder land, Rug., and F. Swann of London are tit tho Ebhltt. Sbnatoii Ei'stik say his present visit to Washington is piucly on Supremo Court business, aud that hu does not care to mix Luslnce ui.d polities. Mu. Im.u R. Dii.ir.iiot Chicago, ono of Iho leudhig euiidldatu for tho Paris Consul-! ietieialshlp, Is at thu Aillilgtou with his wlfo nud daughter. Majou Cu mii.iw M. MrCu'iu:, pay master, Is visiting llcnural lleoigo W. (iutty nt Ids county seat, "Malvern," near Rock vllle, Mil., and will remain until uuxt Mon do) . Miss Fou-om, who has been a guest ut Iho White Houso tor several duys, will go lo New York lliu last of this week. Sho Intends to sail for Rurope thu that ot uoxt weel;. Dit. O. AV. Ui'DLUsn ot South Washing ton hns left for Now York city, whero ho will tstnblish a permanent location for the pioitlclug of his profession. Ho Is a gradu ate with tho highest honors, and loaves a largo circle ot friends tu tlds city who wish him success in his new field ot practice. PuOmpOIt RlOll.UtllT. (iUUENRIt, 0f- reluryof tho (limit monument fund, has been appointed examiner on tho municipal clvR-scrvIcO board ot New York, vice ex Commlssloucr of Accounts John Y. Har row, deceased, Thu Professor has decided not to sever Ids connection with thu fund. THE JMUDE OK TUB JACKSONIAN DEMOCRACY. Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson Discharging Delights tho lion. Adlnl r.wlng Slcveinon of Illi nois is n Kcnluckinu hyblrtli. IIo wu born in Cliristtnn County, In that Slate, October 23, 1S0.7, and was cducntuil at Centre College, Danville. After Ids collcglnto courso ho moved to llloom Inglon, 111., and took up tlio study of the law. liny H.lSwS, ho was admitted lo tbo bar. Ho then went to Woodford County, III., and commenced a succos'tiil prnttlco of id profession. Ho win master of chancery from lWll to IN,",, nu 1 State attorney for the twenty-third policial dls tilct from 1801 to UW, In ISO'J ho bec.imu a permanent reildcnt of Illoomlngtnu and was soon afterward n recognised political leader In that city. Hi home is still hi llloomluatnii. In 1S7I Mr. Stevenson was elected to Congress on tlio Democratic ticket and served In that capacity until 1S77. In isj ho was again elected to Congress. In 1SS ho wos a delegate to tho National Demo cratic. Convention and voted for Mr. Mc Donald on thu llrst ballot. Ills other votes were for l'icsldeiit Cleveland. Mr. Steven son was Postmastcr-tieucral Vilas' first choice for tho position ot First Assistant Postmostcr-Oencral, and upon tho retire ment of Mr. Hoy from that place tho ofllco was piotuptly tendered to lilni. Ho accept ed It to tho good of tho scrvlco generally, and has proved a Joy aud comfort to tho Democratic heart. Mr, Stevenson is ono of tho handsom est men In the country. His features nro icgular and genial. IIo Is over six feet lu height and of commanding appearance. Ho has a kindly blue eye and n grace of man ner possessed by few men. With the clerks under him ho Is tho most popular gentle- r;ir.v tiii: iu:maixs. (Hc-l'KI. TlHMimiiiil People Pits l!ur,l-o tbo l.iito Cardinal McCIiolcy. Nov Yoiitt, Oct. 14. The sidewalk on Fiftieth and Fifty-first stroets aud Fifth and Madison avenue wero thronged from an ctuly hour this morning. Tho crush for ad mission to tlio cathedral to vlow the re mains of tho dead caidlunl wa so great an extra poso of police was sent to ro enfurco Captain Mount's squad. Tho lino nt 10 o'clock reached down Forty-sixth street. Owing to tho narrow space, noarly twenty Inches, between the pillars of tlio ciitaf.thpto and tho pews, It was found necessary to penult people to enter only In two single tiles. This course, If adopted yostcnUy, would have prevented tho crush that iioeof tltated the closing of tho doors when thu nflieu for the dead was chanted. It was calculated that fully (1,000 persons passed thioiigh from U to 10 o'clock. A Nearly J-'ntnl IiiipiiIhc. New OUI.CAM-, Oct. II. Tweiity-fho persons narrowly escaped polsonlug yester day nt the coffee houso of Charles Ros. Alter dinner tho wife of tho proprietor was tiikcu sick, It wits attilbuted to the soup. 'Iho colored cook, Kate Robertson, was called up and made to drink somu of It, After a Ihhd spoonful she doclluod to drink moro nnd confessud sho had put "Rough on Rats" lu It. Sho bore no 111 will against any ono, but said that tho sawn bottlo lying on a shelf and could not resist thu Insane Impulse to put tho contents in tho soup. Tho many persons eating tlio soup nro still 111, but no fatal results aio anticipated. The cook was arrested. Hog Cfioli'tn In Heiitiiclcy. Lot ntvii-ix', Kv., Oct. 11. Rumors of hog cholera In Kentucky nro prevalent among tho butchers. Soma ot them claim that the disease has struck this Slato and It Is sproudlng very rupldly. For sumo ttmo buck It has amounted to an epidemic in tho West nud North, and thu Chicago market has been very materially uffoetcd thereby; and now tho butcher ay that farmers, to dispose of their bog boforu thu dlseasu become epidemic, uro crowding them lu the stock markets. Traders nro unanimous in giving thu lie to tho state ment of tho hutchors. They deny that the cholera has appeared In any farm lu this mniket, and state that the hog wore nover healthier than they are tilts season. Itiiirdoi'i'rsi of (lliliiniiien Coitvletod, St. Pah., Minn., Oct. It, Some mouths ago tluco drunken roughs at Unite, Mon., hint ally murdered an aged Chinaman. TliHlr trial begun Weduowlay lust. Owing to tho feeling against the CUIuusu It was feiued Unit thu assastlus could not ho con victed, but the Jury found Ivlmor Camion guilty of murder lit thu first degree and his accomplice thereupon pleaded guilt), John lllloy to murder In tho second dogrou ami Richard 1'iirrell to voluntary nun slaughter. Hiiiioi'liitoiiilfiit dowry I'rnmntpil, Ni:w Yoiik, Oct. U. It. C. dowry, for some years gineral superintendent of tho Western I' uion Telegraph Company, with hcathpiattcrs at Chicago, will to-day bo elected a dliector and vice-president. Ho takes tho place of Mr. Pender, who resigned on account of thu disagreement between Mr. Field nnd himself. His Official Duties in a Style that Unlcrrificil. man who over occupied tho position of First Assistant Postina-ter-Ueiierul. Thu some thing con bo said in behalf ot all who lmvo business with his ofllco. That he I popular with the Democratic party needs no fining; uml that he is popular with thu Republicans seems strange to thoso who do not know him. Ho Is oven popular with Republican lotirth class postmasters whom with gteat energy ho supplants with nblo Democrats. He cuts oft u head so courte ously that tlio decapitated victim I really thankful for what Is being donu and does not for twenty-four hours afterwards real lire that ho Is minus tbo principal portion of Ids anatomy. Mr. Stevenson I naturally very apt. When ho became First Assistant Postuns-tcr-Oencral hu did not need practlco before lie became an expert with tho guillotine IIo took to tho work naturally nnd with a pplrit which thowed tli.it bis whole heart was In it. Ho bent the record of turning out Republican oirenlvo partisan and put ting In Democrats the very llrst day, and has Improved cverslnco. Ho cm iinmako and make more ptihlla ofllclal than nny four men in the country. Ills Toledo blade, In the graceful ait ot wielding which wo preient him to our many leader to-day, never dulls. Its steel Is of perennial tem per, and Its wlelder's brawny aim never tire. To tlie newspaper men Mr. Steven son Is niso a boon. Whenever ono ot them finds himself without on Item ho goes to -Mr. Stevenson's ofllce, and It I very seldom that he docs not Hint something there to note. Ti uly, Mr. Stevenson I a remarka ble man. I hero was never before In tho history of nations a man who could Ixmnco people from n place in such n manner as to mako the bouui.ee thankful that hu had been bounced. i'ati:xt Ai'i'i.tr.D von. A Mufi 'Wlio OlnlniH to ttmo Dltmv- icil tbo heerot of l'oi'pcliiul 3lt,tIon, Rtm.iM.TON, Wi.., Oct. 11. Francis Henry Otto, living three miles northeast of this place, better known as "Perpetual" Henry, claims that bo has solved tho prob lem ot perpetual motion. Do say that ho has npplkd for u patent and Hut ho ex pects to bo nblo to show its merit to the public by Juuuary 1. Ho claims for his invention all that Is possible for steam or water power to accomplish, and says It can bo used by a stationary or loeomotlvo en gine, con bo started or lover-ed bv means of a lever and brought to n standstill by means of a baud brake. HI devleo eoui.,u of a wheel within a wheel, and it call bo op'T ntcd and placed In position by any person of ordinal)' mechanical ability. He started his laborious task of i,ilug the great prob lem, he says, ut hi-- native place, Dloouiiiig Meadow, Ohio, twnity-iilno years ;. tltiu of Ids machines Is at preient being con structed in a Racine mnchlnu shop. Tin litininiuii.i Lottery ISrnwliiar, Ni:w Oui.CANB, La., Oct. 14. At thu regular monthly drawing of the Louisiana Lottciy Company, ticket, No. 15,01 drew the capital prize of $75,000, sold In Now Orleans aud Sun Fruticisco; 184 drow $')S, (K.0, sold In Sou Francisco; -I.VUB diow $10, 000, sold In Quayrnns, Mexico; 03,149 drew $0,000, told in Cincinnati, Danville, Vu., Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo.; 73,310 drew 1:0,000, sold in Kansas City and Havana; 10,4(19, iso.Tns, 411,4:10, tlo.HJ, S7. baT, drow each $'J.(HK), sold In St. Louis, llos tou, Jersey City, Marion, Ind., Sun Antonio, Texas, San Frauelsco, Los Angeles and Sun DueniiM'iiture, Cul. Tho following num bers diew $1,000 each, place of solo not stilted: il'J.l.M, Ui.ftSO, ail.lWO, B0.1B:), 57,4-.M, 7l,l'M, :,10, 7S,07ft, b7,63a, 8S,8'J4. A 'Waj'WU'il (jilrl'H i-'renlt. Omaha, Neil, Oet. 14. On August S3 Minnie Cummlus, a pretty and uecoui pllshcd joung lady eighteen your old, eloped from Cairo, HI., with a conductor on tho liurllugtou .t Missouri Road and emuu to Lincoln, In this State, where they llvud together. IIo deserted hor, and she came to this city and Is nt present working as a dining-room girl in u cheap hotel. Her brother, Dr. ( unimln- of Indianapolis, who has spent u huge sum of money to learu her whcrciiliouu, having traveled a far West a Denver lu search of her, arrived ycstciday, and offered her $1,000 to return home with him. Shu declined, aud ho was compelled to go baukalono. Hor family Is au eminently respectable oue. A .Vmv Kiuumer Itcsni't. Itiiaci, N. Y.,Oct. 14. A litrgo delega tion of Sir Knights from Philadelphia ami Other points lu Pennsylvania, togcthor with several prominent Lehigh Valley Railroad officers, arrived hero jesterduy by special train and Inspected Cornell University and the Fluke mansion. The railroad officer wero so pleased at tho inviting surround ing In this section that they Intend to make a bummer roeort of Ithaca in the near future and offer epeelul Inducements to traveler nnd tourists. 1'iigillnt McllnnVoj'Vi (aiioil rortunc. Pun Aio.i.i iii.v, Oct. 14. Domlnlck Me Caffioy lias Inherited an estate in Australia valued at ubout JdO.OOO through tho death ot au uncle. 'HE iW UNIVERSITY. Six Hundred Thousand Dollar on Hand for the Project. WORK TO BE BEGUN AT ON03 An tnti-rvlnu- Willi III. bop Ireland or IMIlUM'Milu, One ortlio Director. Dleliop ludand of Minnesota, who Is here on business connected with Irish colonization oti'tho lino or tho Maul lolm r.llrond, ulart for tho West thta iifleruoon. Ho will return again oarly 111 Kovcinbor, however, on bushicd connected with Iho now Catholic Unl vouilv, which Is lo ho established lit tlilM'ity. The lllshop I ono of thu board of director of the university and I all alive to II Interests. Ho appeared to bo particularly well pleased to talk on tlio subject to a representative of Till! CittTb' last evening, and made omo very Interest ing statement concerning It. "The directory ot tho university," said be "will meet In ilalllmoro on the illti of November mid will adjourn Immediately In Washington, whero the article of Incorpora tion will be taken up." "Ilnve these articles been preparolt" asked tho Interviewer. "They tiro In course of preparation by Mr. Mnilln Morrl of this city, and will mi doubt bo completed before the meeting of tho directory." "L'ndcr what law will Iho institution bo Incorporated?" " I'ndcr t bo law of tho District of Colum bia!" "How much money Is now on hand for the projectr" "Six hundred thousand dollars, half of which wa received through ono bequest nud the lest lluougli voluntary subscrip tions. One gentleman from Now Yorksuli cilled.iti,OIKJ to-day, and not a dollar ha been begged. Tho work of solicitation ha not yet been begun, but I have no doubt wu shall have a million dollars by tho llrst of tho jciir." "V III the building be erected at onco'" "It I tbo Intention of tlio director to proceed nt once with the erocllou of onu wing. Wmk will probably bo begun" on it within a few weeks anil will bo continued during tbo winter. Tho plans under cou Kldertitlon contemplate tbo expendltiiio of $."0,OC0 on It. You can therefore Julgo what tin Immense structure the university edlllco will lie when it is complete." "Have any plana been docldod upon''" "Not fully.'' "Will the directors nt tho November meeting of tho lionrd go fttrthar than to ait upon Iho article of Incorporation?" "Oh! yes. They will devlso wnys nnd means for Iho collection of money, and lliey will also probably appoint a commute ot tl.o board to study tbo university que-tlou throughout tho I'nltod States and In ICuiope, and to make selections for tha faculty." "What branch of the university will llrit. If ctablislied?'' "The phllo-ophlcnl and theological dc pnitnient for tlie higher education of tho eli rgy. Nono will be admitted to tho privi lege ot tho university except those who have received diploma fiom other institu tion'"." "Then thcro will bono collegiate courser" "Nono at all. Ours will bo n university of a grade above anything that ha yul boon attempted In this country. Its course ot study will compare with the post graduate: courses ot other higher educational Insti tutions." "Has any one lieen selectod a the dean of tlio university, and have auy of tho fac ulty been determined on?" "That blanch of tlio subject will bo at tended to later on. Wo shall havo no trouble lu tilling our chairs. Tho plan of funding contemplates the endowment ot each chair with i'100,000, thu Inferos! on which is expected to provide very liaud somo salailes." l,IIow soon do you think the university will teach a stalo of completo organize llonV "That is Impossible to say. The faculty of philosophy and theology, of course, will be tilled at onco. Thoso of law, sclcuco and iiii'dleltie will follow on us rapidlv as possi ble, but it I hardly probable that moro than one faculty will be added each year." "The idea, then, Is not to let tho univer sity liavo an unhealthy growth?" "That I It exactly; and when It Incom plete tho world will bo proud of It." nvnt vi:r.hixo kamvaxi'. A CI null of Ann Kxpecled Over tlie Kttbturn Trouble,., London, Oct. II. A dispatch from Con stantinople tny tho war fueling throughout Turkey Is rampaut, nnd If a tlah of arm over the usttrputlou of the .Sultan's suzer ainty by tho recent union of Jlulgarla and Lustcrn Roumella is avoided it will bu inlraeulou. In otllcial circles it is freely stated that the Sultan 1 determined to per mit no further encioachnients upon UU Ruropean possessions unless by force of arms, and that it the conference of ambas sadors now in scbsIoii does not adopt measures which will speedily reduce the tctritoilal limit of Bulgaria to what they weio previous to the union ho will ut onco deelnio war against that principality. Much color Is given to theso statement by the activity displayed In arming and equipping thoTurklsli army and plaehu it on n war footing. Largo detachment - nt troops Willi heavy guns, horses, etc . are bu Ing hurried forward to tliu IIuIumii,.u fi.in tier. Such military iulhlt has noi ben shown In Turkey since thu hcgiunni1: of thu ItUMsu-Turkiah, wur. At tho mosque throughout tlu country it serious war is being pnaibcd against thu invudeis of tho Sultan's domain. Modem nro enthiiBii.stie in the.r demonstration-and ore eagerly olfeimg llulr services to defend the rights of the country. A conspiracy 1ms I ecu unearthed ut tho palace luvlir; foi Its object toe banishment ot Said Pasha, the (fraud VUler of the latu cabinet. Cos-tantimu'I r, Oet. 14. The coof.r eiiee of thu Power on tho llulgarian i,ie lion. In session here, bus formally d I in l that the Porto disavow the Dulg.ii'..ta Rotiiiielluii union, IT.I.I. t'lWH -t SC.IVVOLU. Tlir. Worhtneti on the now I'lmorunri HiiUilliiK Seriously Injure,:. finite a eerlonn accident occurred i t I' new Panorama builillug at Flftceui li -uml Ohio aveuue at 1 o'clock this uflci - ll' i A searTolil forty feet from Iho groun, which throe men were ut work, fell, i lug with It John limy, Wm. Uuckeii-o Horace L. Worthlugtou. IhTliei.hon had hi head badly cul h in . i "i I i 'i erai places, auu wa initnv nruiM- tho leg. Cray was Injured about t mid log, aud Worthlugtou wa tuju i1' i i' I .1, loniBiiy. Dr. Acker attended tho llrst two 'ioi 1. and WortMmrtnii was removed t iin Emergency lliwpltal and stihse.'i' ui i his borne, 34 it stuet northeast. Kiio-lnuilltoii. Mr. Wlllluin S. Km, onu of (le 'ic W. Knox, the epressmiii, and Ml Con L. Hamilton, uu extremel) popular, nmiatiln and hmidsonie young lady of South Wash ington, were qiiletiv united in marrlauc af. the home oft lie bible's parent, No. 4SV F (licit southwest, till morning at 0 o'clock, In the pretence of the families uud u ffiv In timate fiti ndi'. 'thu ceremony w.u pcir foiined by Rev. Mr. Phillip of Ornce PpM eiipul Church. Thu wedding present wero both iiunierou and elognnt, the most ti tlccuble being u completo silver service. th' tribute of Company H, Washington Light Infantry Corps, lu which tho groom is un officer. Immediately after tho ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Knox wero driven to the ll.il tlmore A Potomac station and departed on thu 0:45 a. m, train for nu extended brkl.ll I tour through thoNyith.