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"A Colli AVnvo In Coming,"
Old Probabilities warns us
of the approach of cold
weather, and it behooves
every careful person to pre
pare for it.
Some time since we ad
vised you not to wait, yet
our facilities are such we are
always ready and can show
you a stock to select from,
not to be equaled in point of
intrinsic values in this or any
Wraps nro ready.
Tlilck Woolons nro ready.
Heavy Underwear Is ready.
lilnnkcts nml iled Comforts nru ruaily.
To the last two items we
desire to draw your particu
lar attention to-day, feeling
confident as we do that we
can offer you better incen
tives to purchase than are
elsewhere obtainable.
Good 10-1 Wlilto Wool Blankets, worth $,
for Sl.7.1 per pair.
Kino 11-1 Wlilto Wool Blankets, worth SM3,
for JS.S3 iwr Pair.
1'lno ll-l Heavy Wool lllnnkcti; a special
value, and best tor ho money over shown,
largo size, only SS.W3 per pair.
Tho "Kxccmloiinl" lllankot lino lt-l Heavy
All-Wool Wlilto Ulnnkets, real valuo SO, only
S3 per pair,
rny lllnnlietH.
Fine Gray Wool Blankets
only$i per pair. We cannot
buy them at wholesale for
less. Fine y-pound Silver
Gray Wool Blankets, actual
value to-day $3. We offer
them at the low price of
$2.5oper pair.
An elegant line of Plain
and Fancy Crib Blankets at
A'arious prices.
An elegant line of Print,
Turkey Red, Chintz, Cre
tonne, Silesia and Satteen
Bed Comforts, at our pre
vailing low prices, from 50c
up to $20 each, with dozens
and dozens between.
woodward & lotiiuop.
3'nll mid "Winter Underwear for
IHcii. Ladles null Children.
What you want in Under
wear expect us to show you,
and at less price than gen
erally prevails hereabouts.
The stock was never in a
better condition for good
We satisfy all customers,
or refund the money. A
.good place to buy with confi
dence and safety is where
your inexperience is not used
to your disadvantage.
NpcclnlH for Men.
Men's Heavy Thibit Wool
Shirts and Drawers, bought
to sell at 75c, but as a spe
cial inducement have mark
ed them 68c each. Have
no equal at the price.
Men's Heavy Angora
Wool Shirts and Drawers,
lieavy, fine, soft and smooth,
sold last season at 8yj4c.
Our price this season is only
75c each. We are confident
they cannot be bought else
where at this price.
Men's English Wool Shirts
and Drawers; although this
Shirt is heavy and woolly,
they are entirely free from
irregularities as regards
bunch wool, small dirts, etc.,
which so often get in the
heavy goods, creating an
unpleasant itching sensa
tion. Fine and Smooth. On
ly $1 each.
The best Scarlet Shirts
and Drawers made for the
price Men's All-wool Scar
let Medicated Shirts and
Drawers, bound with silk
braid, self fronts, small fin
ished seams, pearl buttons,
sewed on to slay; all sizes.
Last season we sold the
same grade at $1.25. This
season's price only $1 each.
MpeelnU nr l.ndlCN,
Rxtra lino Heavyweight Wlilto Wool Vests
nnd l'ants, excellent quality, elegantly madu
nml finished, only SI each.
Ladles rino Kcnrlet All-wool Vests nnd
1'ants, extra value, at $uu uud 81.50 uaeli.
NpcclnlH for Young IHIsmr-sj.
Wo Iiavo secured n "between" In Ml-isos'
I'liderwear, In tho size SO and ii, specially
forJllsscs, who llnd tho small sl.o Ladles'
Vests too laruo, and the large size. Child run's
Vests two small, worth fully 7Sc, only COo
Boston Dry Goods Housd
om: i-iticr.: o.vi.y,
1)81 iun. Ave. Via I) Street
Arrival in Washington of tho Now
Minister to Spain.
No Consideration Givon- to tho 0o3sip
Concerning Him.
Ketitrn or Cli Il-Hcrvlco Commissioner
Postal Mnttors. At tho Cabinet meet
ing yesterday certain modifications of ex
isting postal regulations wcro agrcod'upoti
nnd signed by-tbo'Prcsldcnt. Other matters
relating; to tho postal union wcro considered.
Chinamen In Washington Torrltory.
Governor Squire of Washington Territory
reports to tho Secretary of ,tho Interior that
thcrd has been much agitation In tho
western portion of tho Territory on tho sub
ject of forcing tho Chinese residents to
Navy Accounts. Tho special board of
which Pay Inspector Stevenson Is president,
engaged In examining the accounts at tho
various navy-yards nml stations, will soon
go to Koy West, I'cusacola ami Now Or
leans. Later timing tho winter thoy will
go to San Frauclsco and tho Maro Island
Army Sontonco rtcducod. Tho son
tenco of Chaplain John Vaughn I.owls, U. H.
A,, who was recently tried by court-martial
nt Fort Omaha, Nebraska, for Insubordina
tion, has been reduced to two months' con
finement to tho limits of tho post of Fort
Niobrara, Nebraska, whero ho has been
Collision of Mnll Cars. Colonel Jamo
eoii, Supcrliitcndoiit of tho Hallway Mall
Service, to-day received tho following Jdls
palch from Now York: "Lock Haven and
Hnrrlslmrg postal car trains, ono and six,
collided ono mllo east of Wllllamsport to
day. Clerks John Donohower, Hums and
l'ltzpalrlck Injured.1'
Navy Duronu Appolntmonts, Cap
tain John G. Walker was this aftornoou re
appointed chief of tho Unreal! of Navigation
for four years from October 22, and Cap
tain Montgomery Slcaid reappointed chief of
tho llnrciui of Ordnance for four years from
October22; both to have tho rank of com
modore. Tho terms of oach expire to-mor-
Moro Political Assoasmonts. Tho at
tempt mado by tho Pennsylvania Republi
can Committee to collect political asses
incuts from Republican clerks who have
been retained In tho Departments has been
brought to tho attention of tho President
by tho Clvll-Scrvlco Commission, who sug
gest tho propriety of making au Investi
gation of tho matter.
Return of Commissioner Thoman.
Clvil-Servlco Commissioner Thoman re
turned yesterday from bis trip through tho
northwest, which ho says was very pleasant
and satisfactory. Mr. Thoman did not
caro to say anything rclatlvo to his resig
nation from tho commission. Judgo
Thoman pays tho belief In clvll-scrvlco ro
form la growing In tho northwest.
Tho Wyoming Chlneso Troublq3.
Tho Chlneso troubles In Wyoming nro so
ueaily nt an cud that thirteen of tho elxtoon
companies of Infantry there have been
ordered back to their proper stations, leav
ing l.Ioutcuant-Colonel Henry L. Chlpman,
Seventh Infantry, at ltock Springs, with
Companies It and '2, Sovcnth Infantry, and
n (iatllng gun, whllo Company II, Ninth
Infantry, Colonel William ". Rogers, re
mains at Evanston.
Ono Canard Dlspoaod Of. In regard
to tho story which has found Its way Into
tho papers fiom nobody knows what
sourcototho effect that Dr. Currydurlng
tho war had been guilty of maltreatment
of Andcrsonvlllo prisoners, tho new MIuls
tcr to Spain said to-day that ho had nover
been nt Andcrsonvlllo in his ltfo and had
never had chargo of Union prisoners oa
nny occasion.
Treasury Changes. Tho following
changes wero yesterday ordered hi tho
ofllcb of tho United Statos Treasurer, to
toko effect November Is James P. Mcltuo,
teller, nppointcd chief clerk of tho olllco;
A. It. Qualffc, assistant teller, promoted to
bo teller; Gideon C. llantz, fourth-class
clerk, promoted to bo assistant toller. Mr.
Melluo wns formerly chief clerk of tho
office Mrs. Konhalumor, who was dls
missed by Register Roscerans, has been re
instated by Secretary .Manning and trans
ferred to tho Sixth Auditor's olllco.
For Supervising Architect. Mr. Frank
M. Wbttehouso of tho Chicago llrm of
Burling Whltchoueo is In tho city, nnd Is
said to liavo bceu selected to bo tho Super
vising Architect-of-tho Treasury. Architect
Hell's resignation has been In tho hands of
tho President for 6ovcral mouths, hut Its
acceptance was deferred until ho completed
Eomo buildings which wcro In process of
construction. Mr. Whltchouso is n bon of
the Into Hlihop Whltehouso of Chicago, and
Is n dycd-In-tho-wool Democrat. Notwith
standing this fact ho has tho Indorsement
of Senators Logan and Cullom and tho Illi
nois Congressional delegation irrespective
of party. Ho Is also recommended by
nearly nil tho architects of promlnonco In
tho Northwest, who testify to his illness for
tho ofllcc.
Tho Now Minister to Spain. Dr.
Curry of Virginia, tho now Minister to
Spain, anlvcd in this city last evcnlujr and bo
enmo Secretary llayard's guest, Ho has Just
coino from a visit to James ltussoll Lowell,
who was nt ono time Minister to Spain, nnd
met tho Spanish Minister to Washington
and Minister Foster at dinner last oveulng
nt Secretary llaynrd's residence. To-day ha
spent sovcral hours at tho Statu Depart
ment In consultation with tho officials and
with his predecessor and in going ovor tho
correspondence relating to his now posi
tion. It Is stated at tho Department that
ho Is making arrangements for his do
purturo and making every preparation for
his now duties, and that tho charges nnd
rcllecttous upon hlin havo received no con
sideration and nru not dcemod entitled to
Tho President's Callors. Tho Presi
dent's callers to-dny Included Senators
Voorhccs nnd Dolph, Representatives
Niece, Matson, Hyuitui, Koran, McCreary,
Lo Fovrc, l'liidlay and Lowry, tho Com
missioner of Agriculture, Win. MuLangh
llnof 'a., It. P. MorseU, Wm. llilndlo,
urts Dundas, L. A. llaitlctt, Clareuco M.
IIloof Jf. V., Wm. S. Hriggsof N. V
Hcv. Alfnd (iurnoy of llnglaud, W. C.
(.oudyiindM. W. Fuller of Chicago, Win.
)nshlngton.ltnmon(). Williams, Consul
(itiiiialtn llavuiia; (Jcorgo TlcUnor Curtis,
HoUit Purvis of Peru, C. II. Foster of
AlUona, nuclcgatlou roiuposod of Gover
nor (Hick of Kansas, Governor McCreary
of Hi plucky, Luther Willis uml llticli A.
Moran of Kentucky, Kd Thomas, Jr., of
Chicago, John Audrlck of Iowa, A. Iloyn
Ion of Dakota, Ciithbcrt II. Jones of Lou
isiana, ltcv. Arthur Henry Stanton of Lou
don. Minor and Porsonal.
Senator Voorhccs was among tho callers
on Secretary Laiiuir to-dny.
Miss Mlnnlo 0. McGlllhasbcon appointed
n copyist In the olllco of tho Register of tho
Mils Lily M. Ilrnwtm of the District of
Columbia has been promoted from $1,000
to 11,200 In tho Pension Offico.
Tho Lighthouse Hoard held n meeting
ycstcidny, At which their annual rciiort was
adopted and routine matters considered,
A delegation of Southern merchants and
Importers wns at tho Treasury lotlny to
protest against tho recent decision ns to tho
duty on rlco.
S. M. Peacock was lo-day appointed post
masternt Lancaster, Ky, Mr.' Peacock wm
formerly an cmployo iu tho Department of
Justlco in this city.
Tho Secretary of the Navy has ordered
Hear-Admlral English, commanding tho
South Atlantic station, to send tho Lancaster
to Madagascar and make tho Nlpslo his
Among about 110 postmasters of tho
fourth class nppointcd to-day by tho Post-luastcr-Gcneraf
was W. 11. Itcnshaw at
Mount Vernon, Md., vlco G. II. Stroct, re
moved. Erf-Senator McDonald, Mr. ltcddlngton
nnd Messrs. Curtis and llurdctt, counsel,
to-day mndo argument beforo Secretary
Lamar concerning tho Oudanngan and Mar
fjuett (Mich.) land claim. Tho particular
case up to-dny was that of Ross vs. Wymcr.
Tliranvcrnoriililii of Washington Tor
, ill ory Wanted by tho Democrat.
Many of tho residents of tho remotest
Territories nro still In Washington, nnd
whilst nil nro not seeking offices for them
selves, they nro nevertheless much Inter
ested in having tho Republicans deposed
and their own Democratic friends Installed.
Among the pilgrims from tho West nro sov
cral cltlicns of Washington Territory.
Their chief nlm Is to havo Governor Wat
son C. Snulrc removed, nnd thoynro doing
till In their power to swing his official scalp
upon their belts. Tho slow progress
they nro making, though, is exasperating,
v, hen they think of tho thousands of miles
between the Capital nnd tho Territory In
which they llronnd of how long they havo
been hovering around tho Wlilto llouse and
tho Departments.
Asldofrom tho fact that thoy contldor
Governor Snulro on "offcnslvo partisan"
who ought to bo turned out on general prin
ciples, they contend that ho has not given
satisfaction ns nn official. Within tho" past
few days they havo learned hero In Wash
ington that tho Governor had a largo num
ber of copies of his report printed, and thcro
Is a dispute nbout tho payment of tho print
ing bills. Indeed, thoy allego that Gover
nor Squlro has refused to pay ncousldorahlo
balance duo. Thoy object to his having had
tho work done hero In tho first place, anil
thoy nrguo that ho Is well oft financially
and llicro Is no oxcuso for his failure to
pay. Thlselinrgo will bo udded toothers
they havo against him.
Governor Squire is u political protozo of
Senator Warner .Miller of Now York. Ho
was appointed Governorof tho Territory by
Mr. Hayes, who removed Governor Nowcll,
n former Governor of New Jersey. Squire,
It Is alleged, went out to Washington Terri
tory to grow up with tho country, and with
tho nlm of becoming n United States Sena
tor when tho Territory shall havo been
admitted Into tho Union of Stntos. Tho
Democrats are as ambitious as ho Is, nnd
now that their party Is In power hero thoy
wnnt to make tho best of their opportuni
ties. They havo n long list of olllces thoy
would llko to havo niled at once. This Is
true, nlso, ns regards tho delegations from
tho other Territories. Tho postoffices thoy
especially want filled with Democrats, but
tho powers here nro moving along so slowly
that tho pilgrims nro becomlug weary and
A Unlet Woditlnir This Aftornoou at
St. .loliu'H Church.
'I ho wedding of Miss Hetty Ordway and
Mr. Arthur Pndclford took plnco at St.
John's Church nt 1 o'clock this nftcrnoou
iu tho presenco of tho relatives of tho con
tracting' parties and a few other friends.
Tho original Intention of tho young people
lo get married In April next having been
so suddenly changed, what, under other
circumstances, would havo been ono of tho
most brilliant weddings of tho season, was,
In fact, ono of the quietest and, nt tho samo
time, ono of tho prettiest that has bcou seen
In ashlngtou in many n long day.
Thuro wero not more than n hundred pco
plo In tho church when Mr. l'adclford en
tered In company with his bo6t man, Dr.
Woodbury of New York, Miss Ordway
cauio down tho opposite nlslo on tho nrm
of her father, General Albert Ordway, fol
lowed by her mother on tho nrm of Colonel
Ulnckford, nnuuelo of tho groom, nndhyher
cousin, Miss Georgia Hlacklock, and others
of her relatives. Thcro wcro proscnt also
qulto n company of tho relatives nnd Balti
more friends of Mr. l'adclford, but nono of
his Immediate relatives, his brother nnd
slotcr belug abroad, and his mother being
III In Now York. It was ou account of his
mother's Illness nnd tho necessity of Mr.
Pndclford's accompanying her to Europe
that tho wedding took plaeo so hurriedly.
Tho brldo looked evcu moro bc.iutlfnl
than, usual. Sho woro a closely llttlng
traveling suit, of brown Imported goods,
and cnirled nn Immense bouquet of roses,
-Miss Hlacklock also carried rosea. Tho
cenmony was performed by Dr. Leonard,
Immediately after which Mr. and .Mrs
Padolford received tho congratulations of
their friends and drovo at onco to tho
Sixth Street Station, where thoy took tho
8 o'clock tialu for Now York. Colonel
nnd Mis. Oulwny, Colonel Hlaokford nnd
two or thrco other friends nccompaulcd
them to New York nud will remain there
until to-morrow, nftcr tho Bulling of tho
Hrlttanle, which will carry Mr. and Mrs.
Padolford and his mother across tho
Tho Padclfords havo taken n cottago at
Dresden In tho bono of tho restoration of
their mother's health, and thoy will spend
tho winter there. The brldo has her hus
band's assurance that sho shall have tlio ad
vantages of tho best masters In Europo for
tho development of her acknowledged
musical talent. Thoy will remain abroad
nt least a year.
A Truly Iti'niiii'hnblii .11 nil.
Atui'.vinx, N. C, Oct. 21. William
Clowson died yesterday morning ut Frank
lin, Mncon County, aged tn years. During
his llfo bo never bought a pound of incut, or
a barrel of Hour or corn. Ho didn't owo a
dollar when bo died. Ho never wore spec
tacles, nover saw a railroad, had n sow 27
years old, nover swapped horses, nover was
out of money, woro ono pair of shoes thir
teen years, kept ono pair of jilow Hues nine
teen j ears, and never moved from tho plaeo
ho settled In when n young man. Ho was
nmriled In IMS to Miss Cuthla Gupton,
M ho died last year. Tho county authorities
talk of electing n small monument to mark
his last resting place,
Hwnllnncd Jlcr IMninond.
FiTTsiiuno, Oct. 21, Miss Laura Hoyd
of No, eO Sccond-avenuo owns a diamond
ring valued ot about 300, Whllo eating
an oyster stow last ulght tho 6tono dropped
out of tho setting uud Into tho stew. She
swallowed the contents ot tho dish hur
riedly, and did not notice tho loss of tho
diamond until sho felt it passing down her
thioat. Miss Hoyd was alarmed, and medi
cal nld wtia summoned, Tho physician ad
mliiUtcicdnu emetic and thuetouo was re
covered. 'llicro Is a man in Minneapolis whoso
mouth Is t-o largu that ho eats pie with tho
foil; of a road,
Tho number nt slaves 111 tho United States
Iu ll-CO was -1,002,000.
What -Is Thought Here of Mr.
Depow's Open Letter.
Chllk'lMiii or tho r.rltor by tho I.nto
I'rusldcnt's I'rlvntn hucrvtnrlon.
Colonel Wni, G. Jtooro, who oc
cupied1 tliu position of prlvnto secretary
to President Johnson, wm found busy
nt IiIh desk In tho National Metropoli
tan. Hnnk-tlils morning and Interrogated
ns to his views of tho disclosures' by
Mr. Cliauncoy Dopow of an nllegcil
dinner table conversation with General1
The genial Colonel said ho could not find
llnio to go thoroughly Into tho subject, but
did not hcsltato In saying that somo of tho
statements appeared to bo Incredible nnd
ridiculous. Ills attontlon was specially
called to tho statement that President John
son endeavored to compel General Grant to
go on a mission to .Mexico with n view to
keeping him nwny from Washington nt the
tlnio Congress assembled.
"I hnvo nnoto-hook full of memoranda
nbout that Mexican trip," ho replied, pull
ing nllttlo book of stenographic notes from
his pocket. "It shows that President John-'
son assured General Grant that whllo tho
prestige of his presenco on tho trip to
Moxlco was desired, It would bo so arranged
ns to permit his return beforo Couirrcss
Tho only other feature of tho Depcw
reminiscence that appeared to bo strikingly,
new wns ns to tho prominent part which
President Johnson's desire to carry favor
with tho Southern aristocracy played In lit
courso In dealing with tho defeated leaders.
"I cannot conceive of any foundation for
theso statements," Colonel .Moore replied.
"Thcro never was n man In public llfo who
attached less Importance to aristocracy or
was In moro perfect sympathy' with tho
people President JOlmion was essentially
a man of tho people, and acted with them.
Ho did not curry favor with Southern aris
tocracy at nny time, and I cannot rcmombor
that Southern aristocrats were over con
spicuous nt tho Wlilto House. 1 do not
think that any of tho first families of the
South associated with President Johnson
during his administration who would not
havo clono so before. I regard nearly nil
thCMi statements ns unjust to President
JohiiFon nud contrary to my cxpcrlcueo and
knowledge of him."
Mil. w. w. w.uidknM statcmdxt,
Mr. W. W. Warden, who was tho as
sistant prlvato secretary of President John
son, was seen at his rcsldenco, No. 2207
Pennsylvania avenue, by n Ciuno represen
tative. He had read Mr. Depow's state
ment and had been recalling to mind many
of tho stirring events alluded to. .Mr.
Warden had tho closest and most confi
dential relations with Mr. Johnson, and
what ho says, therefore, In connection
with tho matter brought up by Mr.
Depcw, Is of general public Interest.
"I nm Inclined to think," substantially
6ald Mr. Warden, "that Mr. Depew has
f;lvcu color to tho statements mado to him
ly General Grant. I do not mean that It
was Intentionally done. You must remem
ber that tho conversation with General
Giant took plaeo several years ago, ntn
long nnd tedious dinner party Iu Now
York, and you know what that means.
There Is no question that -Mr. Johnson said
that treason should bo mado odious; and at
that tlnio thcro was a great clamor In the
country to mako oxaiuplosof those who
were regarded ns tho, arch-rebels, or con
spirators, commencing with Jefferson Davis
nud going down; but I do not hollevo that
Mr. Johnson wanted to go as far as this
statement of Mr. Depow's would Indicate
was his Intention. There was tho greatest
excitement, ot course, Just after the nssas
slnatlon of Lincoln, and delegations' camo
hero from many of tho States, headed Iu
eomo Instances by tho war governors, In
cluding Governor Hrough of Ohio, and
Morton ot Indiana. Mrs. Lincoln did not
leave tho Whlto House until somo tlnio
after tho funeral of her husband, and Presi
dent Johnson, of course, did not tako up
quarteis Iu the Whlto House until after
sho had vacated. Rooms in tho Treasury
had been lit tot up for him, nud It wns
thcro that ho received tho delegations that
called upon him. There wero somo stormy
scenes, necessarily.
"Mr. Depcw states that Mr. Johnson
hated nnd despised tho arlstucrney of tho
South, mid that was tho reason he wanted
to wreak vengeance upon tho loading
rebels. Mr. Johnson In his younger days
was much opposed to tho class referred to
In the South. Rut I think that his malurer
views changed In this particular. Then,
when ho hecamo President ho realized that
ho was Inn most trying position. Ho was
no lawyer, you know, and ho was nt a I03S
at times to Interpret plainly hisdutlcs under
tho Constitution; but when ho realized
what ho considered his duty under
tho laws nnd under tho Constitution, ho did
what ho thought best for tho Interests of
the vtholo country. Mr. Johnson did not
havo any conferences with General Grant.
'Unit la a mistake, so far us the leading
mattci s Iu question wcro concerned. This
wanting General Grunt to go to Mexico wm
an entirely different matter."
On calling Mr. Warden's attention to tho
letter of Colonel Fred Grant substantiating
the statements of Mr. Depew, tho former
smiled and said : "Colonel Grant is lino
authority, wo nil know."
l'.M'ntM lii Alexandria.
Ai.n.v.iNimiA, Oct, 21. Tho pollco force
nro looking forward to their ball to-night at
the Opera House to bo n grand nffalr.
They havo sold nearly a thousand tickets.
Several membcis of tho pollco forco of
Washington nro expected to bo pro3eut.
Tho Major nnd members of tho City Coun
cil are expected to attend tho ball,
Frederick Prclle, a truck farmer, going to
Washington yesterday morning with a load
ot marketing in tho darkness drovo his team
Into a ditch left by tho Water Company iu
Allied street, upsetting and breaking his
wagon mid crippllug one of his horses nud
also sustaining slight Injuries himself. Ho
will sua tho corporation for damages.
Tho pollco forco appeared yesterday
moinliigln their handcomo new uniform
hate, which added much to tho stylo of tholr
dicsi. Tho forco, as u rule, uru a very fine
looking set of men, many of them being
joung and powerfully built.
A few Alexandrians left yestorday to at
tend tho Stato fair, among tho number bo
lug the veuornblo ox-Coiigrcssutnu uud ox
Postmaster l.uwls MoKeuzlo. It Is rumored
that ho will visit General Mahone whllo ab
sent. It Is slated by tho political prophets that
tho only memberof General Mahono's party
hero with whom ho will trust the campaign
"boodle" Is Hon. Lewis McKcnzle. Whether
Ills election funds heretofore sent him have
been badly luvcbtcd, which prompts the
precaution, depouent ealth not.
Them ore qulto a number of cases of
malarial sickness in this city, not, however,
of a Ecrlous nature.
Iiidjjo Cii'otv'H OpInloiiH.
Hon. Galusha A. Grow of Pennsylvania
Is at Wlllard'e, having como to Washington
on business beforo tho Supreme Court. In
conversation with a representative of Tun
Clinic this morning Mr. Grow expressed
himself as very much pleated with tho pros
pects of the Republican party. Ho says ho
looks upon Forakcr as a great help In any
Stnlo campaign, nml that lie expects to see
some good effect ot the work that is to bo
ilnno by him nnd by John Sliciniau In Now
York and Virginia. Mr. Grow thinks there
can bo no doubt of Sherman's re-cloctlon to
tho Seunto.
at vr.aon noon,
DrcdKliiR Work IIckIiih ItnpurH of
tin, Diver on tin, IIxpIikIiiii.
Nkw Yoiik, Oct. 21. Tho work of dredg
ing at Flood Rock began yesterday after
noon under Lieutenant Derby, Two tugs
dragged n hugo scow from Mill Rock to
tho sccno of action, Tho scow Is fur
nished with a coinplcio equipment, In
cluding a powerful ctiglno nnd holler nnd
nn Immense derrick, with six nrms sup
plied with tackle. The dredging of the
Nigger Heads, which havo caused tho
most wrecks, begins to-day by tho con
tractors. Tho visible part of Flood Rook
has undergone no chatigo In tho past
week, Tho explosion nud tho extraordi
narily high tide ot Inst Tuesday have cut a
channel prnctlrnhlo for a boat nt high
water between tho mndo ground of tho
dock and tho mado ground wherothobollcr
botiso was. When tho tide Is low one can
sco that tho rocks below are ruptured and
full of crevices. Hut thcro has been no
sinking, and both tho dock and tho oilier
high spot seem now permanently nboro or
dinary high water.
Lieutenant Derby said josterday that they
had now a complcto report from tho diver
of the Nigger Heads and tho northern end
Of tho reef. "Wo had somo fear," said tho
Lieutenant, "that tn so extended nn explo
sion tho extremities might not havo been
shattered as much as thoy ought. There
wcro liosslhllltlcs that tho cartridges In tho
chambers ut tho extreme ends might not
havo gono off. Wo know now through
Diver Qulnn that this fear wns unfounded,
lie examined tho northern end of Flood
ltock for n lciigthof four hundred foot and
found It In a most'satlsfactorv condltbii, It
appears from his report that tho reef there
Is covered with largo bowlders lying upon
tho natural rock tho gneiss which you ex
amined with mo on the reef. Theso bowlders
havo nil been turned over, nnd In some in
stnnces they have been piled ono upon
another, showing tho natural rock. Tho
lattci' Is full of seams nnd cracks, nnd Is
thoroughly shnttorcd."
IHvorced nt Maviiityriir.
IUiiTioiui, Conn., Oct. 21. Iu tho Su
perior Court yesterday, beforo Judgo Stod
dard, and old and fecblo woman, with tot
tering steps nnd bowed head, took her so.it
In tho witness box ami brleily told the story
of her husband's desertion soren years ngo.
Sho gnvo her namo ns Emcllno Mnlllson,
uud said sho was 73 years old and tho wife
of Lllsha I. Mnlllson and had lived In West
Ilnrlland for many years, Her husband
rencd nn Intimate acquaintance with
Widow Mary Rlco of llartland, and after
living In tlio same Iiiuimi with her In Hart
land ho removed to Granville, .Mass,, and Is
now, ns wns shown by thu testimony,
domiciled with tho widow. His ago is 7.1.
Tho old lady, with her son and his wife,
rodo to Hartford tn an open buggy, nud left
hoiuu nt two o'clock In tho morning In
older' to get here nt'J. llartland Is only 21
miles from Haitford, but it Is a hilly coun
try, Mrs, Mnlllson's faco lighted up when
tho court told her that she should havon
divorce and also $2,")0 In alimony.
American Ilnlcrprlso In Clilun.
Nr.v Yoiik, Oct. 21. Although It was
given out a few weeks ngo that London
bnnkcrs nnd capitalists had undertaken to
furnish the capital, labor nnd material for
tho railroad enterprises which aro about to
bo undertaken In China, thcro Is no chauco
of their shutting out entirely American en
terprise. Mr. Nat McKay, who Is known
ns a large contractor for enterprises both
In this and other countries, has returned
from Washington, whither ho had gone for
tho purpose of securing proper credentials
nndlntroductloinfromtlioStato Department
for an agent vihom ho proposes to scud
abroad ut once. Ho wns agreeably sur
prised, In view of what had been said about
Sccrctnry llaynrd's crustiness, to find that
ho wns disposed to do whatever ho could to
further American interests abroad, and In
giving him tho introductions for which ho
A IViihIoh Mwliidlcr Oouvlctod.
Tiiesios, N. J., Oct. 21. Charles Payne,
Jr.,n lawyer, living In Millvllle, was tried In
thcUultcd States Court yestcrdny for present
ing forged affidavits to tho Pension De
partment In Washington hi support of a
persoual claim for n pension, It turned out
thnt ho wroto tho signatures of thrco citi
zens of his town certifying to tho allegation
that ho was disabled In consequence of his
service with Company Dot tho Twelfth Now
Jereey Volunteers. Tho Jury remained out
until 10:1)0 o'clock last night and then re
turned with a verdict of guilty. There are
two other Indictments against Payne for ex
torting Illegal pension fees. Ho was fined
W)0 for a Blinifar offense nt tho last term of
the Federal Court.
ClntuiH Worth luTTle.
FniLAinai'iiiA, Oct. 21. Tho personal
cstato of tho late Edward A. Rollins has
been Inventoried at J.W9,8Sl.f)l. Ho was
formerly president of tho Centennial Na
tional llank. The catato has a claim against
the cstato of J. Cooko A Co., which Is ap
praised at $744,592.35, which tho executors
value at one-half of ono per cent. Mr.
Rollins had thrco policies of insurance ou
his life amounting to 23,500.
Aimr .ixo XArr.
Now fi-um Vurluiot Source Atliiiitund
Potty recruits are ordered to Texas tor
tho Third Cavalry.
Major Henry Clayton, paymaster, has
been granted Ieavo for a month.
Civil Engineer Peter C. Asscrscn, 17. S.
N., Is visiting Iu Norfolk from the New
York Navy-lard.
The Ranger, Commander Chas, E. Clark,
was put Into tho dry dock last Friday at tho
Maio Island Navy-Yard.
"Tlio leave granted Captain Morris C,
Wessclls, Third Cavalry, has been revoked
by tho Secretary of War.
Tho Swatara, Commander Gilbert C.
Wlltso, wns expected at the Norfolk Navy
Yard yesterday from Now York.
Prlvato Charles 11. Sehwarz, Company E,
Twentieth Infantry, lias been granted four
months' fiulough to go abroad.
Major Anthony Heger, surgeon, Is
ordered ns nttcntllng surgeon at New York
In addition to his present duties.
Tho torpedo booms wero fitted on tho
Adorns last week at the JIuro Island Nuvy
Yuid and her huttory hoisted ou boanl.
The Powhatan, Captain Lester A. Hoards
lee, Is In Hampton Roads awiiltlug orders to
piocced to Asplmvail on special service.
First Lieutenant Georgo K. Spencer,
Nineteenth lnfuiilry, was oxamliie.l at Foil
Leavenworth hist Saturday for retirement.
First Lieutenant Cuuliffe If. Murray,
Fouith Cavalry, arrived at Fort Lcuvon
worth last Fitd'aj with his family from Now
The nrtllleri lieutenants who recently
Joint d the light batteries will only remain
until Kcplcinher 1, lbo Ono year, Instead
of two, us before.
Lieutenant Silas A. Wolf, Fourth In
fantry, has been detailed as superintendent
of the post School for Enlisted Men nt Fort
I.eavcnwoith, which opened yesterday.
Captain Frank II. Harnhnrt, lieutenant
Eighteenth Infantry, who has been In poor
health for several mouths, will go on sluk
leave about November 1 from Foit Leaven
worth. First Lieutenant Robert Craig, I'ouith
Artillery, Is relieved from duty with the
Signal Corps, nnd assigned to temporary
duty here until his Hccounts ns disbursing
ollkorof tho Signal Service aro settled at
tho Treasury. Ho will then Join hie bat
tery. Naval Orders : Lieut. S. ('. Lemly, ordered
to continue on Ills prescntdutlostuthoonloo
of the Judgo-AdvoeatiwGenerul fsr another
year: Medical Director John M. Hrownc, to
continue ou duty Iu charge ot tho Museum
of Hygiene until Juno 110, IbSO; Commuiider
T. F. Kane, detached from tho Galena at
once Instead of ou tho ttOlh Instant, and
proceed to his homo hero and report arrival,
Tho New Chief Clerk of tho
Treasury Department,
II In Itusy rrofi'sslonnt Cilrror llnfiira
Airi'iilliig Ills rrrnent Position.
Mr. Kdwnrit II. Youninnt, tlio tiuw
Chief Clerk or tho Treasury Depart
ment, Is a gentleman not yet very well
known In Washington, but who Is des
tined to bo ns popular nn ho Is already
nctlvonml useful, The chief clerk
ship of tlio Treasury Is ono of tho most
onerous positions under thu Onvern-
vim'Ann n. YOOtANs.
ment. All tho details of tlio core and re
pair of tho Treasury building and all Its
branches and dependencies throughout tlio
land como under his supervision. .Tho of
ficial correspondence passes through his
hands. Questions of almost ovcry kind, af
fecting almost ovcry branch of the scrvlco,
como beforo bliu In somo form.
This Industrious officer wns born In Ot
sego County, New York, In 1830. Ho was
cducatod at the Delaware LItcrury Itntltuto
of Delaware County, Now York. At tho
conclusion of his scholastic curccr ho began
to tench 6chool nt Delphi, Delaware County,
and subsequently studied law nt that place.
Uls first law practice was at Delphi, and af
ter four years' cxpcrlcueo ho movod to El
mlra Iu 1S70 and commenced practlco there.
Ills expanding business required tho fornii
tlon of n partnership, which eventually con
stituted tho firm ot Yottuians, .Moss it
During tho fourteen years Intervening
before his appointment to tho Treasury
chief clerkship, ho held a prominent posi
tion ut tbo bar and commanded the esteem
ot all who know him. For nearly tho en
tire period ho was connected with tho El
mtra Hoard of Education, imd also took au
actlvo pait iu county and State polities.
.Mr. Youmaus comes from u staunch Demo
cratic family, and has been a life-long mem
ber of that party. Hollas served as chair
man of tho Democratic Committee of his
county, and otherwise Interested himself In
tho political affairs of his region.
Mr. Youmans had nover sought or filled
any political office, or neglected his law
practice until tho chief clerkship of tho
Treasury was tendered hlin somo months
ago, and accepted mainly on account of his
personal friendship for Secretary .Manning.
V"trmiM on n Visit.
Richmond, Oct. 21. Seward Post, No.
07, (J. A. It., of Auburn, N. Y., number
lug about severity-live, with a number of
Invited guests, Including a dozen ladles,
arrived hero yesterday afternoon. Thoy
wcro met by the R. E. Leo Confederate
Veterans, tho Phil Koarncy Post, O. A. It.,
and tho Richmond Light Infantry Blues,
and escorted to the Capitol grounds, where
tho visitors wero welcomed In cordial terms
by Colonel Commander John .Murphy of
Leo Cainn, nnd Hon. W. C. Carrlngton,
Mayor ot Richmond. Governor Cameron also
made n welcoming speech. Acknowledg
ments wero mado by Colonel Thomas J.
Hell, commander ot the Seward Foit, nud
William Seers of Syracuse, N. Y., n mem
ber of Seward Post. Tlio visitors wcro then
cntcrtalusd at lunch, after which they
mulched to their quarters to rest for tho
remainder of tho evening. To-day they
nro being taken about tlio city slght-seclug,
nnd will ho entertained at the Confederate
Soldiers' Homo nnd clsowhcrc. Thursday
they will Uslt tho Stato fair, which Is lu
ptogrcss hero this week.
Pini.Ai)r.i.MiiA, Oct. 21. Tho veteran
Twciity-sovcnlh Connecticut Regiment of
Infantry passed through the city yesterday
on their way to Gettysburg, where they
will dedicate a monument In memory of
tho pait tho regiment took In that 'bat
tle. Accoinpanjlng tho command wcro
Governor llairlsou, General S. R. Smith,
Colonel S. .1. Fox and tho llov. James
Brand, who will deliver tho oration.
Tho Itlio In ItiMidiiiir.
Piili.Aiu:i.riiiA, Oct. 21. Tho actlvo buy
ing of tho securities ol tho Reading Rail
road Company, It Is believed, has been
traced to parties who aro acting tor tlio
Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Largo
blocks of tho stock havo bcou taken up,
and tho general mortgage bonds havo been
pliichascd with considerable freedom.
Many stories are used lu connection with
this, and one of them given considerable
ciedcncols to Iho offect that Mr. Vanilcr
bllt is a party to tho transaction, lu order
that tho two Interests which havo acted lu
such hnrmony recently may have absolute
control of tho Reading stock. It Is bulloved
that tho general mortgage bonds aro being
liberally puichased by tho two Interests, lii
older that tlicy may bo Important factors
In foreclosure proceedings begun against
tbo Reading. Tho only foreclosure suit
now pending against the road is that begun
by the houso of Droxcl, Morgan & Co.;
and while that firm Is acting lu harmony
with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
and Mr. Vauderbllt. It Is believed that tho
latter desire to still further strengthau
their position by purchasing tho senior
bonds of the company.
A l'ntnl r.iloslon ol' (;iin.
Wii.KKM-ll.Mim:, Pa., Oct. 21. At 8
o'clock this mnrulug au oxploslon ot gas
occurred In No. 2 shaft ot the Delaware it
Hudson Company's mines, near Plymouth.
Ouo miner, Dennis Titus, was klllod out
right ond fifteen others wcro so badly
burned thut many of them will die. Tho
dainago to the mines has uot yet been nscer
tulnid, but It Is supposed to bo serious,
Fouiteen of tbo fifteen persons burnodlu
thu explosion have died.
A .liivenlli' Suli'lilo.
Si'iiiMituiLii, Mass,, Oct, 21. Henry
Walker, H years old, was found djnd lu
somo woods at Wlllluuistowu this morning
with a bullet hole through his head. Thu
revolver used was found ut his side. Walker
wasn bright boy, but wild. Hu was an
oiplmii uud lived with his grandfather, from
whom ho stole $1,000 a few months ngo, hut
was caught and the money reclaimed.
Tlio Veto In Clncliiniill.
Cincinnati, Oct. 21. In tho first
twenty-two winds tlio official
count shows Iho Democratic over
l.tt'O votes. The three remaining
wards are Republican and will make tho
vote dose. Legislative ticket ahead.
Frank James, the Missouri dasperado,bas
Inn cuiployid ns clerk lu a Nevada store.
Customers who know him pay cash down
when they Lny mi) thing.
'rim ,;;i)' ,n:itst:r voiaasioa:
Wlnr ttii) Illnion Lies -I'olliiiHii oar
I'otlfrs Chnrui'd Willi !rully.
Nnw-AiiK, N. J., Ocl.2l.-Prntt,tho opo
lator nt tho sccno of Sunday night's col
lision, declines to see anybody, mid his
roiinsel will not reveal their Hue of defense.
Coroner Hughes stated Hint thcro wns some
doubt ns lo whether llriikemnii Rhodes ran
back when tbo emigrant train stoppod to
wnrn tho express, "If ho did not," said
tbo Coroner, "I ronsldcr him guilty of
criminal negligence nud will hold him ac
cordingly. In my opinion, Prntt Is not
wholly to blame. Passengers on tho emi
grant train deny many statements In tho
railroad company's story, and I do not
think It will bear Investigation."
A ('Iiiu'ki-or Ci'iK'l Conduct.
rilll.Alii:i.riUA, Oct. til. In mi Interview
with Professor McMastcr of tho University
of Pennsylvania yestorday, ho said: "It was
my misfortune to bo In tho terrible accident
of Inst Sunday nlcht. Among the many
awful Incidents of Ihoso three hours, Hint
which struck uio most was tho Insolonco
nnd Inhumanity of Hie Pullman Parlor por
ters. I went to ono of tliem to get n sheet,
which I might tear lu order to bfiid n nun's
fractured hcod. This was rudely refused.
I then requested tho iisii ot a mattress to
uo ns n stretcher to enrry the wounded on,
but, lo my surprise nml honor, Ibis, too,
wns refused; mid, more than this, the man
gled bodies of tho poor victims, Instead of
being laid comfortably hi some section of
tho Pullman car, wero placed on tbo b.iro
lloor of tho b.iggngc-car, nnd were without
mattresses until tho Pullman people were
foiced to bring some."
In tli( llulill ol'NliTilnu.
Nv.w Yoiik, Oct. 21. Conductor Roberts
of Rahwny, who was lu charge of the emi
grant train wrecked ou tbo Haekeusack
-Meadows, Is reported to havo said that
1 rait, tho telegraph operator whoso care
lessness caused thu ucctdent, was often
asleep nt his post nnd that ho lias himself
aw likened tho operator on sovcral occasions.
IMcd or n lli'olii'ii Hour).
Toiioxto, Oct. 21. For several yenrs p.ut
Annlo Davis, an nltrnctlvo girl, had been
keeping company with Frank Arnold hero.
Tho dale of their marriage had been fixed,
and she was making arrangements for tlio
oTcnt, when Frank met with a wealthy lady
In Hamilton somo years older than himself,
to whom hnspccdlly hecamo engaged. Tho
conduct of her f.ilso lover almost unsettled
Miss Davis' mind for a time, and for days
sho refused food unless It was forced upon
her. Onco sho was found at tho bottom of
an old well by her friends, where sho had
Jumped with the Intention ot committing
suicide. Sho afterward mado nu unsuc
cessful attempt to put an end to her llfo by
taking Paris green. A few days nftcr this
shu learned of Arnold's marriage to Iho
Ilninlltoii woman, bbes.iuk gradually un
til Saturday evening last, when she died of
grief. Sho was lu good health when de
serted by her lover, nnd n broken heart Is
the cause of Iter death.
Indignant ut tin- Sentence.
Hr.VTiNoiiON, Pa., Oct. 21. When tho
Intelligence was received nt Warrior's
.Murk Hint Judgo Laporto's son Jack, who
was convicted of murder in tho second do
grco for tho killing ot James Irwin, had
been sentenced to six years lu thu peniten
tiary, tho wildest indignation prevailed.
Tho deceased Irwin was a very popular
young man In that locality, and his many
friends thought his memory outragod by
Judgo Furst In pronouncing so sllghta sen
tence upon bis slayer. Preparations wcro'
mado for burning Judgo Furst lu clllgy, and
the citizens called an Indignation meeting
for tliopurposoof drawing up resolution's
of condemnation. Calmer counsels pro
vailed, however, and tho excited crowds
wcro restrained from making any disor
derly demonstration.
Slill . Villi- to Shoot.
St. l'At'i., Oct, 81. Burglars and high
waymen havo been numerous at Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, of late, and thoy havo grown
extremely bold. Two of them "held up" a
citizen on ono of tho main streets and rob
bed him of $33. An officer urrostcd tho
highwaymen, also two others. While upon
thu way to Jail they turned upon tho ouiccr
nnd clubbed him. As tho one who robbed
tho citizen started to run, tbo officer shot
hlin through the bend, killing him Instantly,
lie had a roll of stolen bills In his hands
when ho fell. Ho Is unknown, except that
ho wns culled "Doug," nud was about 30
year's of ngo. Iu tbo shooting a ball hit
Arthur Mann, n clgarmaker, iu tho back.
Ho will probably die.
l'JAlSOX. I r. MllXTlOX,
Jottings About Kc.liloolrt and Well
Known Visitors,
Gi:t.ui. Daniki, McC'LUitii, U. S. A.,
Is at tho Ebbitt.
Gr.MMiu, W.vnr.it Swavni: of New
York Is at Wormley'e.
KX-SCN'ATOII P. S. I). PiNcmiEorc ot
Louisiana Is In the city.
Conoui:uias Goit of West Virginia
has returned to Wlllurd's.
Major Toi:imi C. McKitc, surgeon, Is
In the city on nn extended sick leave, nnd Is
now at thu Ebbitt House.
IIpWAim (ioii.D of Maine, J. A. Woods
of New 'York and (iarenco Piillcn, cx-snr-vcyorof
New Mexico, are nt Wclcker's.
Mil. U. S. Rnri.ETrn left this morning
for a visit to his former homo nt Haters
town, Md. Ho will be absent uboitt n week.
RurunsKXTATivc Lc Fkviii; of Ohio Is
In the city. Since the rccunt election In that
city ho has shaved off his handsome black
Sknatok J. II. Eix-rts uud family of
I.oulslaiin; Adolf llusch of St. Louts, and
Adjutant-General Faansworlh ot Now York
uru nt the Arlington.
COMMANDI'.U HlCinilll P. I.1HUV Of HlO
monitor Wyuudottc, Is hero ou loavo for n
month from City Point, nud with Mrs.
Lcary Is stopping nt No. 2131 K street.
Mil. Lons Wammxkrii, chief clerk of
tho Bureau of Navigation, Navy Depart
ment, Is again allllctcd with his old enemy,
tho gout, but Is still on duty, although
using a crutch.
Cavtain Cua.mui'.i;s McKimiiN, Fif
teenth Infantry, arrived iu tlio city to-dny,
nnd is nt No. 1 102 Thirteenth street. Hu U
n brother of General D. 11. Melvibbln, U.S.
A., iiHii colonel josepn u. Aicivltiolu,
Hiwi'itai. Stew Aim HiEiiEiimcicof tho
Grccly Expedition has partially loeovorud
fiom his recent dangerous lllnoss, and will
come here soon from New York us the
guest of bis dovoted coinrado, Sergeant D.
L. llrulniud.
Manaoeu Daniki. Ilr.u.oo returned this
morning from Richmond, where ho has
been for several dajs uniingliig for the
opening ot his now Academy of Muslo In
that city. Ho Is greatly elated over tho
piOspcctsof a successful venture.
Liei'TI'.nint Walton Goodwin nnd
Lieutenant Edwaul D. Unstick, U. S. N.,
both of whom arc so woll known here, will
leave to morrow night for California to Join
the sloop-of-wur Adams ut tho Maro Inland
?iuvj- i am inr a inreu years- cruise.
Mi:sni. William M. IIazzahu, lleorgo
R. I'nngdun and P., W. Iliuzunl ot South
Carolina, and W. 1). Wuples and F. Buch
anan of Savannah, tin., nro ut WlUnrd's.
'I hey havu business before the Treasury In
reference to the lice interests ot tho
MihmAnmr W. Bixki.ani), a relative
ot Flunk HunlJnml, tho author, read a
paper Uforo the British Association at Lon
don on "Aincileun Shell Work and Its Af
finities," and culled tbo attention of tho
untbiopologlsts to thu icmatkuble works In
shell discovered lu various mounds lu
Noitlt America, and uro to bo found lu tho
Bureau ol Ethnology at Washington.
Building permits have been granted t
Gtoigo l'riehus to erect two du ulllugs ou
Diinlmrtou uvenue, between Thirty-first
nud Thhty-sccond streets, to cost $3,500,
and .Mis. (). Chnppcll, to cruet a Mill cor
nel' Eighth and I streets southeast, ) cu-t
Tlio Half-Breed Leader Appears
Beforo tho Privy Council.
'Ilio Minns Hi. mil Airuliint KIiikTIicii
tmw of Iliiriiiuli.
I.ONHON, Oct. 21. The postponed hearing
on the appeal of Louis Itlcl, the loader ot
the lute Insurrection of Hie half-breeds In
Iho Northwest Territory, from tho death
sentence recently passed upon him, was
bennl to-day before tho Privy Council.
Rlcl wns represented by .Mr. Francis Jeune,
tho lawyer engaged by his friends to
ilcfeiid him here. 'I hero was n very small
ntlcndniico In tho council chamber.
M. Jeiino confined his remarks to a mere
statement of thocasoof Rich At tho con
clusion of his remarks tho council held n.
slioit consultation, nnd announced that thoy
thought It unnecessary to hoar tho other side.
1 hey also announced Hint n decision lu tha
cusc would not bo made until to-morrow.
Iho belief Is fieely expressed that tho de
cision of the council will bo In favor ot
siistiilnlni; the sentence already passed upon
a iii-.voi.t aoainst kino Titncnvw.
Dispatches received lo-day say that tho
Shuns, who Inhabit tlio contral part ot
Farther India and are tributary to Burni.-ili,
havo risen against King Theobaw and
sacked and burned several villages wost ot
IhoSalwIu lllvcr. Thoy nlso attacked tho
town of Thnmiieo (probably Tlieln-NI),
putting tho Burmese garrison to Ulght and
destroying the town.
A w I'l-CHldcnt for Trailer.
London, Oct. 21. Tho crisis lu Franco It
passed. Tho Republican majority, whlcli
Is now assured, has dismissed all fears ot
disturbnnco lu Purls, and tho moderate
purly bus won n certain victory and the
prevention of tho consummation ot tlio
plans of cither oxtrciuo. Somo Cabinet
changes, will be made, however, despite)
the Republican victory. M. Grevy only
consented to contest the presidency ou con
dition that M. do Freyclnot should beconio
premier In the re-elected administration. M.
Urevy Intends soon lo reign In favor of
do Frcyclnet, thus retiring from tho govern
ment without the commotion and uncer
tainty whlcli would havo resulted from his
refusing to bend the ticket.
U-C'M Willi M tt I-'lttllt.
LoNiiON, Oct. 21. All reports confirm
the warlike mid Inflammatory attitude ot
Giccce. Tho Greeks aro wild with enthu
siasm; cn,0G0 men or tlio reserves havo been
enrollid dining tho past llvo days, and
thousands aro arriving nt Athens from nil
paitsnf tbo kingdom, including tho Pelo
ponessus and the Islands ot tho .lo.iu
Sen. Tho Council of Camlla, tho largest
city lu Crete, has voted in favor of n union
with Giccce, but tho populaco rcfuso to re
volt until Greece has declared war against
The belligerent eagerness ot tho varlou
nations is, bo ever, somewhat quelled by
tbo fact that Lord Salisbury, the premier
ond secretary ot foreign utmirs, bus In
formed tho Porto that England will send
an energetic remonstrance to Scrvla nnd
Greece against their formidable armaments,
nnd advise them to keep quiet.
The Old ISn.vSUU.'-H Tattered Plngx.
Boston, Oct. 21. The battle-Hags in
Doric Hull, at tho State House, uro to bu
re-urranged, tlnio having 60 weakened their
snppoit that on tlio day "of Grant's funeral
nil tho tings on ono sldo ot tho hall dipped
together and wero kept from falling by
their spear-heads striking against tho glass
fronts of tho cases. These precious tattera
of silk, stained with smoke aud fire and, In
soinu Instances, with tho blood of their
bearers, continue to bo the object of ap
preciative curiosity to tho visitors to tho
State House. Tliu color which bears tho
stain of Sergeant I'lunkott's blood, showing
where ho clasped It with his broken, bleed
lugniuis, Is the most ndmlrod pleeo of silk
piobublv In Now England. Veterans luacl
their children up to it to sco the stain ot the.
bravo sergeant's blood, and every day
groups of slght-scers nsk to be shown Sor
geniit liunkelt's Hag.
I'nMor Ilnvtiii-s Must ''.
Huston, Oct. 21. A largo meeting ot tho
Bow doln Square Baptist Church was held
last night to tnko action on the easo of Rev.
Mr. Downcs, tho pastor whosu relation
with Mrs. Tabor havo caused unwliolesoma
scandal. Mr. Downes opened tho meet lug
and then retired. Tho discussion was
somewhat acrimonious, and very brief. Tho
vote stood US to bU In favor of removing
Mr. Downcs from tho pastorate. Ills,
friends pretested that It was unjust to allow
the old members who retired n year and a
half ago to return and vote on this question.
Mis. Downos was present, nnd when au
allusion was mado to her pitiful condition
tho poor woman went Into n tit of hysterics
nnd wns removed from tho vestry. Tliu
dlioreo proceedings of Taber uud T.iber
will be renewed to-dny.
A Young lilrl's suicide.
Boston, Oct. 21. Louisa Wilson left her
homo lu ijulucy on Monday nftcrnoou, re
marking pleasantly that sho was going U
tho woods to gather nuts. When night
cumo a sitter went to her room to call her.
but found on tho talfio this note:
"Sister: When you find this you will tlitd
me drowned In the pond back of thu house.
-Lot iii."
A search was at onco begun, but it was
hours before her dead body was takon from
an abandoned quart y, In nhlch ruin water
had settled to the depth of twenty fuot.
Though onl. lNicursold, sliowas engaged to
be married, ami trouble with her lover, who
had called during tho afternoon, was tliu
cause of her suicide.
('lined Tor Ills Non;.
Li'iiandx, Oct. 21. Colonel A. Frank
Seltur, u member ot the bar, has stirred
Lel'iinou society to Its centre by thrashing
no opera singer. The unfortunate vocalist,
iu search of "local gags," brought tho
house down'by Introducing tho Colonel's
inline lu u song lu "The Chlmos of Nor
mandy." When tho singer emerged from
tho theatre still flushed with his triumph tin
was met by tho Irate lawyer equally Hushod
with a sense of outraged dignity, and In teu
siruuds tho two wero surrounded by an ox
cited crowd, who saw tbo tenor thoiouglily
caned before Interfering. It Is said tho
singer will appeal to the law agalunt llu
.V tclniiltcr front lltt C'ufsdillN.
CAMliKN, N. J., Oct. 21. A woll-druswil
man, giving his namo ns Georgo Cream,
went to tho Police Headquarters ycstei lay
nnd gave himself up, stating that ho U a
defaulter to tho Cntsklll Mountain Rail
way, by which he was formoily employed
as u ticket agent. A telegram of Inquiry
was luimidiiilelv sent to the sherlll ot
Grime Comity, biitu- vit no reply has been
trcelwd. He sais that n-inorsu and tint
fear that he nilglit lie delected caused him
lo gin-himself up.
XeviN ntcM fii nt I'lillnileliihlii.
PiitiAPiiiiiiA. Oct. 21 Tho National
Assi'il.dloiiof Wholesale Druggist bewail
ihcli i.nminl convention lu the rooms, of tho
I iiloii League Club yesterday.
.li.lm Russell Young, ix-MInlster to China,
ho ri-luriicil to tide country receiitly suffer
lug fiom an attack of malarial fever, Is iuw
kt the home of his sister, Mrs. Jehu BhiUe
ley, lu this city, where ho Is under modli nl
litutmeut. Ills doctors speak confidently
of bi restoration to health In a short thin.

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