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WASHINGTON, D. 0., TIIUliSDAY EVENING, 00T01JRH 22, 188.5.
PJUCR TWO OKXTrf.
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. THE WASHINGTON UBITIO. 11I,cat"
I sow ih tiii: tiiii: to sriisciinn:.
Woodward & Lotiiuop.
Elegantly Called Remiati
i)
Mull Is tho iinmo wo glva Id ill I Oil Sla".
llrokin I.0I1, Short Length, otu , pi icing
them on silo I rhlnyof oiichivcokftt n marked
reduction fniin tho regular prions In order to
(iliac; tlielr illrnl cm that day. Ifllucu
tomcr busing tho last ell e 11 ul torn uuilcl
Kliicll buy llio '.', J nr S 5 vrH romilnlnx VJ
xvouhl have no ' remit nil" Alu' fin will
licit! Iicncii llio necessity of o ir oil ibHttiln? 11
I'cgiihir W cukly Itomniuit H ly Nnto. We iru
gird to fell tlicm nt Iheso prtt-oi, o irons
turners npptcclnto hujlng thoin, so wo must
imtludclt Isniuluilly boncuilil
MIlOl t liC'IIBtllH" III lll'I'M il N.
Judicious purchasers ran always Ami do
tslrnblo ".'hoi t Lengths" tu nttrailliu Wool
en lor combination suits In (his do;i irlmesnt.
nncl this 1 rMa, In consequence nt uvvook's
1 risk triUc, wo shall dlspliy tlin boitcollco
11cm of "Short Lengths" In Colore I Drois
i.eoels ever our pleasure to show on any pre
vious "Itcinnnnt" clay.
"slmrl lengths" In Hondo Hulling.,
"Miort I cintlis" In Tricots,
' Mioit Length)" In Strlmil lTnmicM,
"Miort I e'ligths" In llomopuns.
"Short I cnglh" In Liultus'tToth, etc.,
ntvir) low llomnint prices.
'Mini l.i'iitgt list" 111 lllncl: t.'oodi.
Wo think our cuslotnois will rccogilro In
tho following desirable "Short Lengths" mint
excellent vnluo:
31! yanls Ilhiok All-wool Cashmere; rogulnr
lilcuier jaulfiiic.
"Ilrmiiiitit" nrlt oner ycli. . .no
TlrtynnU It Inch All wool Illnck Cashmere;
regular i rleo per j aril TV.
"Kimnimt" prlco per yd Mo
7M yanls IVInch All-wool lllatk Cnshmcro;
tegular price per ynnl 81.
"Remnant" prlco pel )il .. . "a
Also n fow ililrublo ' Miort Lengths" In
lilt on Cloth, 'eriroi, Ilouclcs, etc, nt oiy
low Iteiniinnt prices
11 null .OOll'l, "MllOl't BIMIS"le.''
B, 2Utidr.cpcr5nid Is a generous roduo
tlonou such inciclinnillso as Vnh Fabrics,
on account of tlielr being sold nt such n snull
mnrglnof profit, heneo wo think our custom
crs will appreciate tho following
li "Short I cnstli i" of Hmnll Figure I bat
teitis, 4 to 8 jaulK, rcitncoil fiom l"i to inc.
'A. "Mioit lengths" of licit Indigo i'llnt",
fiom B to lAjO per j int.
19 -Miuri lAnmnv oi i-iniu nnu cnoeii
OlneluniK, let qualltlu', 1 to 8 jauU, ro
chuul fiom 1ia to lOe per surd.
11 "M.ort Linsths' of biuken riildi nut
Apiim llieckdinsliaini, U'ntln !itonardj,
tooil ciuallt, rcdticLil finmbtoOu pjr jnrd
'"-liott J.i iiitth i' of Uirht ilili tliu Prints, S
Ic 0 jnu', uUncol fiom Bio IWc. purjanl.
lleincmbir thco uro froh, tloin nnl do
sluihlo cndi of o n- boit pleco poo li
C-etond Hour, tuko tho clovator )
Illminct Di'iit. 'Ki'iiiiianlH"
Two articles to be sold as
"Remnants" from this de
partment Friday, viz.:
1 pnlr dray Wool UlnnkcN, mttoi all sold
lumoijl oil; roKiilir pileoS-5J
"licinnant" prlco SI 60
a Ileil C'omrorH. no inoro of IliU putlcnlar
Hue, licnco'jc off; recnlar piled 21.
"lltinnint" iiilto T'io
(llilrd Hour; tnko tho clcwitor.)
Koi-.scmIIo lcnt. "ttciiiiiniitH."
Oui "ltunnnnt" offeilns In thN ilcpiitmont
for I'llday Is partlcittarl) utliattUe In point
of Rood Milnci In "short benntln." Tho
beauty of our "Short LcnirtliV' Is they aro
culled light from stock whllo frcjh. clem and
desirable.
15 "short Lengths" of Sheeting Muslim, VA
to 4 lards.
lU-'Miort i cugitis ' ox jiicntucunmi uion
SC-lneli Muslins, 1 to S yards
l"i "Miort I ingtlis" of IllonihoJ and Un
blcached Canton 1 lanuil. Hi to I jnviN.
11 "hl.ort LeiiKths" of C'raili mid I'lald Ol.iss
Tow olliiir, cholco IciiRtlis, fiom). Hi sards.
U"Miort lLiiEths"uf Cietounts, fiom J to 1
surds, near half price.
I. "short Lengths" of Colored Canton rian
lid.
(Third lloor; tako tho elevator )
'hmnll l.otH,'' of 'ItemiiniitM'' in
IJlltlOllH.
As a special "Remnant"
Day inducement we shall
place a Remnant price of 5c
per dozen upon 10 docen of
our 10c Colored Bone But
tons. Aim offer li out Jet Iluttons, fiom 03 to 'Ho
VI Hand painted lluttons, regular piltosuo
pi i dunn
"Itemiiant" i lco per doz . , .S3o
.Idoz.Metul IluUoiia; ie'Uhu piliopeidoz
tCe.
'Itemiiant" pileo erdo . . Q5o
'.'doz rink I'eurl Iluttons; rcgulai prlso per
c'oz 4Co.
"llcmnniit" pileoper doz .J?o
13 Can id l'earl Iluttons, wltlibteel centros,
HKiiiiu pi Uo fm lot Me.
"Iftmnunt" prlco for lot 17o
"Nlioi I liPiiKtliH'' In lliiiuliiii'tf Hill.
biolde'i lc'M.
We shall display a par
ticularly attractive lot of
"Short Lengths" in this de
partment on Friday, which,
in order to insure their sale,
will be marked at unusually
low Remnant prices.
1" "short Lengths" of Swiss KinbioUlcry,
fiom 1 loijcjsaiils, illffeicnt widths.
is ' short 1 engtlis" of Cmnlirlo and Nnln
nok I.mbroldcrs, trom 1 to I Inches wide,
lengtlm 1 to Jyaids.
7 ' Mioit Liniiths" of Snlis riounclug, IVtl
to li jnrds.
i.1 jiiuls lino Xanow Nainsook L'mbioldtr);
icfcilar Ptleo lie.
"liemnant" prlco bo
10 j nnla IMnili Mriimooli Umbioldtij: rogu
lai pi ho '5e.
"Itcmnnnt" urlco 50o
13 "Mioit Lengths" of ;i)i-lneh UuoCombl
tuiiioiririminiii.-: iipiiur pnco.io
"Kerniiuni prieo
UWo
B "short
Lengths"
of Colored "nil o er"
l.tuliioiili rv
10 "shoit Lengths" of Colomd Kdglngs, In
many cates iniitelilns llio "all ocis," utlow
Uimnant jirlccs
(betond llooi; tnko tho elovator.)
"hlimt I.cmiijIIih" In l'liui I.ni'PH.
Oui speeliilpnloofLaeeawasunpiecodontoilly
biicetetfiil nml iaucd tliu cutting of many
pieces. As it tonsequonee, wo shall oiler un
iisuiillndiieemtnts In ery deslrnblo ".Short
Lengths" of Niurow lacos and Lico Net,
whltlinro'Hell worthy tho attention of oui
customers
57 "short lengths" of Oilental, Torchon,
Jledlcl, I roam and lllauk hpuulsh, spiulsli
dull mo nml iileiielnniies. In eiyiloslublo
hort lengths, at half nml two thluls tegular
pilecs.
"Hlimt I.oiikIIh." In l.nco N'ot.
ni sards i lUntk spauUh Laco Net; regular
jrlcoloi plcol
"Itiiininiit" piko fui ploto. .H SI
UhJiiuIs lllack licneh Laco Nets icgular
lilcoforilcco Si ID,
"llcmnniit" pi lco for pleco... in SO
M..n,.l liinn la....lnl In... X-. -. ........
trie
I Jv V """" '"'-Ultl. ..MI.U .e(, leKUIUl
'lcolorpicco)S'-i
ltemnant" mlco for Plot o.. SI r.v
!j said lent Oilental Lieu Net; regular
t ill ii lor nh co fifu
"ltemnant" tuleofoi nleco
.I'M
li Minis VMiltoOrloutiil Laud Not: riuiibir
iricofoi plcio bt'ii.
"Kimnuiit'l rlco fm pleco.. .51 10
1' j j uiila (re im Oriental riouiielng, ottia
.lie iiuiilltsi legulai pih o for j.letoSi M
"liemiiani" jilcnfm pleeu.. SI 7V
J Sils Ill'k l'rcneli Laco Not, olegunt qu illty,
bauiiioino liitlerui rog. ilcofoi pleco 4130
"li'cinnnnt" pi lco lor pleio il iki
(second lloor, tuku tho uloMilnr i
"Itcinniint "In om liandovciyitopiUnuut.
l'c i oilier uttiiictloiis sec stui un ( l(i iiioll
ciiu l'ath dllTeii'iit
WOODWAOD ci LOTHROP,
Boston Dry Goods Housa,
om: 1'itioi:
OXIiY,
01 l Hlicot
Ml I'ciiii. Ave.
GOVJBKNMBNT GOSSIP.
Several Appointments by the Presi
dent To-day.
THE DISTRICT MAR3IIA.ti3HtP
Iho rcslofllca Dcpartmenl Clwad in ltapo
tD Mr. Hay.
TREASURY CONSOLIDATION.
Ilx-I'iilnil Olilin Jlinpln.vc". Coiiiiliilu
of 31 1 . I.iiiiiur'fi Orilvr.
OENnilALi AND PERSONAL..
Tho l'retlileut undo llio folloulu
ap-
poiiiiincuis to-n.i:
William Illll of Illinois, to bo consul at
1'ort Surnln.
Unbelt l", Wnilmr, n?ijcr and moltcr of
(he L'nllcil Stales Assny olllcc,at Charlotte,
N. C,
(Jioigo S. S.int;c. colteetor of cintonis
for tho ClicmMouo IMliltt. Vliglnla.
I,. (Jiilnton Wii'lilmjlon of tho District of
Columbia, commissioner to citnmlno a bcc
tlon of llio Northern I'aclllo Iinllronl.
(iencinl SnmuelJ. Anderson, collector of
customs nt l'ortlaud, Me.
Tho Cablnot Mootlnr?. All tho mom
beis of tho Cabinet were present at to daj's
session, excepting Seclctailes llajiird and
I. iimar.
- -
A JudBCshlp Docllnod. It Is under
stood that tho Chief Justlcelilp of Now
Jlc.xlco has teen tcnilcrcd to and dcelluo l
by Jiulgo Dcnjiiniln lluchncr of Louisville,
hy.
Ofilcers Esninlnod Lieutenant John
J llunhcr uasbeforo tho Nay I'.xaiiilnln!;
llonrd to-day for iiioinotlon to lieutenant
coininnndei ntid l.nslgn Wulilemir I) Iloo
for pioiuotlon to lleuteniiit, Junior irradc.
Bricklayers' Vo(ros. Ofllccrfl of tliu
Government and nil other cmplojers of
biIcMncis havo been notlllcil 1 tho union
that tfio wages hereafter will bo $4, ."if) a
day. 1 his has been acceded to, as It Is so
ncai the closo of tho season.
In Respect to Mr. Hny. 'llio ofilcoof
tho 1 Irst Afl'tant I'oslni ister-(icuer.il
was dosed to-dnj In lespectto tho incm
mj of tho Into Malcolm Un General
Mtuiieon, I Irst Assistant l'ostinnster
Geiieial, left the ( Ih last uUh to attend
thcfuiici.il of Mr. Ilaj.
.
Nrvy Report Roady. Commodoro W.
Scott Schlcj, chief of tho Iluicati of Equip
ment and l!ccrultlnj, Ninj Dcpirtment,
ncnrlj coinplitcd his nnninl report ilurliifj
his absence, and placed It In the hands of
sccutary Whltnej today. Ilu Is also tho
actlut; chief of tho Iliuciu of l'roIlous
mid Clothing, for which ho will also report.
Tho Chicago Public Building. Spcclil
Agent Walsh, of tho offlco of tho Super
A Islug Architect of tho Treasury, who has
been examining the new public building In
Chicago, recommends the usoof thoclcc
trlcllcht tbroucliout tho entlro building.
and also lecoiunicnds that tho foreootli
Lorcrs on tho building bu reduced ouo halt.
ClorUo Must Pay Dobt9. Several dis
missals of Trensuiy clerks for nou-pajment
of debt uro uiidci coustdcrutiou, and somo
hnvo been made. Tho Department ofllclals
nro unwilling to bo bothcied by appeals to
collect bills, and consider that a fatltiro to
meet personal liabilities Is a reflection upon
tho efficiency and busluess capacity of n
clerk.
Tho Third Assistant Postraastor
Ocnoral. AVhcn l'ostmaster-Geucral Vilas
took chargo of tho l'ostoffico Department
tho 'lhlrd Assistant l'ostmister-Gcncr.il
tendered tolilm bis resignation. Mr. VII is
requested Mr. ltiuen to contliiuo In ofllcc.
Sluco then there has been nothing sihl In
legnid to tho mnttci, and tho report that u
successoi to Mi. Ilncu will soon bo chosen
Is denied by those competent to know.
Tho Rica Question. '1 ho Secrctaiy of
thoTieastirj gao n hearing this iiiornliu
to lcprcsentuthes of southern rlco pio
ihicliig Interests who havocomo to piotest
ngalust tho action of tho Collector of Now
oi k In placing tho duts on ilea at "0 pel
cent, ad nlorcnl Instead of UJ cents u
pound. Tho arguments heietofoio heard
on this question liivo been malnls from
bi ewers who represent tho other sldo.
Fish Commission Investigation. It
is stated that l'rofcssor llatid will, at tho
earliest opportunity, nsk Congress to iniko
n thorough mid complete luiestlgstlon of
tho ris.li Commission Ilu belle ca this to
to le, it Is said, tho only way to present
to Congress tho work which tho Commis
sion has accomplished and tho reasons on
which ceitaln criticised opendltuics weio
lascd,
A Troaaury Consolidation. Tho la
borers' branch of tho Supcnlslug Archi
tect's olllco has been consolidated with tho
cabinet forco of tho supeiluteudeut's office,
and all placed uudci coutiol of tho chief
clerk of tho Treasury, Mi. Charles
Hartel, foreman of hiboroislu thoAichl
tcct's ofllcc, has been uotllled tint his ser
vices will not bo needed nftcr tho 1st prox
imo. A Clvll-Sorvlco Bugrrestlon Tho Now
Yoik 7'iiiira' Wiisjilngton conespondent,
writing about tho piohiblo complexion of
the CIll-Scrlco Commission, eajo: "If .Mr.
Coon should bo appointed as a Republican
and icprcscntitlo of llio public seivlco,
1'iofessor biuart as a Democrat and edit
cutoi, with a iniictlc.il turn, mid a Southein
Democrat and hinder bo tho thlid mm, n
fnlily sitlsfactory conimisslou might be
tolcd."
Tho rortlllcallon Board Adjourns.
Tho rortincallous' lloaid udjounud jestei
elnj, subject to the call of Its president.
Tim numbers, except Secictatj l'.ndlcott,
left Washluglon last night to folt tho I irgo
lion and stiel works of tho country. Thoj
will It-It the Otis Works nt Cluwhmd; tho
Cumbria lion Works, Johnstoiui, l'a., tho
MldMill Steel Works at I'hlladclphli; tho
woiks at 1'lttsbuig nud lliinlsbur, nud
piobnbh llio West Point 1'oundiy and tho
llobton lion Works.
Tho Suporvlblnff Archltoctshlp. Do
splto tho rumois of a ch ingo In tho position
of Supervising Auhlloct, It Is thought tint
no nun appointment Is probable until Mr.
Hdl lies iiimlo Ids ilium il report. '1 ho most
pioiulnmt candid lies lor tho olllco nio Mr
sellgmnn of New York, Mr I' M. Whlio
houso of Chicago and Mi McGiutli of St
1 mils, all otwhomaiostiouglj im.udfoi thu
placo It Issiiild nt the- While House that
theiolsiio ti utli In Ihu leportthut thcollteu
bus been offeicd to onu of tho above u lined
gentlemen.
Ex-P.vtont Olllco limplos'es. 'llio cv
oP'eluls of llio laud ollhc, who do.lro to
pinttlco lofoio tho lulurloi Duputinent,
mo much dlstitlsllod with tho tilling of tho
fccuctiny of tho Intciloi oxempllng ox
l'nteul Office cmplojcs from tho rule that
piescilles n two-vturs' Intcrliu nflcr tlielr
li tin itu lit fiom olllco hiifmo they cm
pioitUnlofiiiRtlio Ddpirlniout. Tiny will
piottst iigiilust It, Tho) clilm t'nt tho
practice of an attorney before tho I'atcnt
Oll'cn Imohes claims against llio (Invcrn
tin tit as much as does prnctlco bcfoio tho
Lund Office.
A ToxnsDIstilct Attornoy. Rudolph
Kleberg of Texas was icsterdny nppolntol
toloaltoiney of tho United Stales forllio
western district of Texas, Mr. Kleberg Is
aoiuig 1ncr, nud has no cr been actlvo
In )illtlcs. Ho was Indorsed by Senator
Col.oiind l'lprcscntatho Reagan.
Mr. lTurnsworlH Not n Otndldute.
The publlslud lepott Unit General Tarns
wottli of New York, who Is no In tills
cll, Is about to becoiiio Marshal of this
Dlstilct Is denied nt (ho While House.
Colonel Lamnnt sajs Geneiul I'ariisunrtli
Is n personal friend of llio l'rciilent, who Is
hero on n social islt and who Is not a cm
dlduto for nnj office.
--
Tho District Marshalshlp. 'llio Now
York llatild this morning snjs . "Marsh d
Clnj ton MacMlcliael Ins mado uphls mind
lint ho will glo up his olllco as United
States Marshal for tho Dlstilctot Coluinlili
on tliu last da of this mouth. Ho sa even
If his icslgnatlon Is not ncceptcd by tint
dato ho will glo up tho olllco. Thcro seems
to bo no doubt, lionet tr, that Mr. Mao
Michael will ho necomuiodntcd, It Is
thought Unit hohas been Informed of tho
uppoTntinciit of bis successor, to take effect
on riovemoer i. ino present inuiciiious
aio Hint General ramsworlli of Albany will
lecclNo tho appointment."
Minor nnd Porsonal.
Assistant Secretnrj Coonliugono to New
Yoik on n week's lcao of nlwcnco.
Miss Mluiila C. McGIII has been appointed
ncnmlst In llio ofllco of tho Register of
llio 'liensury nt $'100 per annum
Tho I'ostinisti r-flcnemt will appoint a
cnminlsslon to look Into tho needs of tho
llultlmoio ofllco In tho matter of room nud
better facilities.
Naal Cadet Vianklln l'ltch has been re
stored to duty at tho Naval Academy, tho
court-martial seutciico against lilm for
hazing having been vet itsldu.
Thu Governor of Mlclilanu has requested
tho Marino Hospital nulhoiltlcs to icsiuno
c lnrgo of tho small-pox quarautliiu against
Canada, whlcli'scrv lco was discontinued n
shoit time ago.
Rev. Dr. Cmry, tho new Minister to
Spain, Is famlltailring himself with his new
duties and arranging foi Ills departure.
Hodinles Ihtlv th it ho over commanded or
visited thoAndcrsonvlllo prison.
Hon W. 1". Switzler, chief of tho llitrom
of Statistics. L'nlltd States Ticasiirj De
partment, will ntteud tho ecntenulil cxhl
lilllon of tho South Ciiollni Agrlciilluial
Soclcl), to Lo held In Charleston Tu Novem
ber next.
Societal) l.nnnr Ins mado n ruling ex
empting l'ntint Olllco people from tho ol
der forbidding ex-cmplojcs of tho Intciloi
fiom practicing bcfoio thu Department
within two jc.irs ntlci tliov shall liivosov
ercd their connection with tho Government.
Sccictarv Ilajaid's attention has been
callul to tho claim of Svcii lliltz ngilnst
tho Russian Gov eminent. Urltj Isu li.ituial
l?ed American citizen, who wasariestcd b
older of Russian authorities on suspicion of
murder, and nflcr n long Imprisonment nml
many hardships was iclcasul, tho only cvl
dime against lilm having been his ic
scmblancu to tho murdered.
AiiJiv.ixn xavi:
Now fiom Various .Souico Allo.it and
Asboi i.
Twcntj-slx recruits nro ordered to 1'ort
Snclllng for tho Third Infantry.
Captain Thomas Sharp, Seventeenth In
fantrj, Is giantcd six months' extension of
sick leave.
'Ihu Ranger Is having hei bottom cleaned
nud painted on tho dock at tho Mnro Island
Nnvj-Yiud.
Iho revocation of leave of Captain Henry
W. Wessells, Jr., Third Cavalry, for four
months Is at his own lequcst.
Major Mcrrltt Harbor, Assistant Adjutant
General, has been granted ouo mouth ex
tension of leave from Arizona.
General Alexander Chambers, llcutcinnt
colonel Twentj-flrst Infantry, is grunted
tlucu mouths' extension at sick leave.
Seigcnnt M. K. Nelson, Company C, Fhst
Iufautrj, nt 1'ort Huachuca, Arlzoni, has
been granted u fut lough for ono mouth.
Hospital Stcwaul Herbert Graham (ro
ccntlj pilvato Companv G, Sixteenth lu
fuutiv) Is oi doled to tho Department of Di
kot.i for assignment to station.
I'll st Lieutenant Marlon 1. Mans, Tlrst
Infiintrj, has been detailed as acting quar
termaster and commissar in tliu Held In
AlUoua, with station at Clllton.
Lieutenant J. Espj McCo), Seventh In
fantrj, who Is on leave from 1'ort I.iramlo,
Wjonilng, was vWtlng Gcneial Gibbon at
Vnncouvii II u racks, vVashlngtoiiTcrrltory,
Octobei 111.
N'uviil Cndct l'rcderle l'ltch, third class.
Naval Academy, who was recently found
gulltv of hazing, was restored to dill) jes
ttidnj, tho proceedings and sentence hav
ing betn set aside.
Lieutenant l'rancls 1). Ruckci, Second
Cavahy, of 1'ort vvnlli Wulhi, Wushlugtou
'lerrltoiy, was In St. Paul .Moudij. Hols
tho son of Gcneial Daniel II Ruel.ei, I' S
A and biothci of Mis. l'hlllp II. Sheri
dan. Lieutenant Robert 11, Watklns, Slgml
Corps, Is responsible for uii'.crvlceiblo
Slgual Servlcu pioperty nt I'oit McDowell,
Ailzona, which Lieutenant James Loekett,
l'ouith Cavalry, Is oidcrcd by Gcneial
Sheridan to Inspect.
Majoi Robert II. Hall, Twentj -second
Infant rj, acting hispector-geneinl of tho
Dcparlinent of tho l'lnttc, has been oidcioil
to inspect tho jiosts ut Eort Sldnes, Ne
braska, and 1'ort 1). A. Russell and CUcj
enno depot, Wjomlug.
Lieutenant llcniy T. Allen, Second Civ
ulry, who spent tho pist sptlug nud sum
iiili in exploring Copper Illvci. In Alaska,
has been imlereil by Gcnend Gibbon to ic
poit nt headquarters Department of tho
Columbia, from San I'lauclsco
Commlssaiy Sergeant Iltuiy J Ackloy
decenth first seigeaut Comnauv A. Elulitli
Infant! v,) Is oidcred to station at I'oit
Thomas, Arizona, and Commissary Soi-
gcaut IMvvaul Morlarltj (iiccntly first sci
giant Company C, l'.lghteentli Infanto) ti
ttatlon nt I oil Mcintosh, Tex is
to
Major Tiauk T llennett, Second Cavalry,
has been oidcrcd to commiud tho post at
Fort Klamath, Oreuon, Ho untied at
I'oit Vancouver October 10, eu routo to his
now station '1 his assignment will not 10
qulrohliu to bo mounted, which Is a God
send to both his houo nud himself.
Naval oidcrs. Captain Richard U Law,
oidcicd lo tho I.euguo Island Navv-Yiud,
Llcutcnaut-Comuinnder John C. Morong,
ns executive of tho Swaturn, Lieutenant II.
1'. (Jiiallrough, ordcied to tho Wabash;
Ensign Win. E. Salford, to tho Wabash,
l'nssid Assistant Engineer Arthui Price, to
the Swataru; Lleuteiiant-Commaudei
Edvvurd T. Strong, detached fiom tho
Swiitarn and placed on walling oidcrs;
Lieutenant James R, Selfildgc, from tho
llvdiogrnphlc olllco to tliu Ad urn. Lieuten
ant 1 evils C llelluer nnd Ensign Wnltet M.
Constant, from tho 1'oitsiauiith and placed
on waiting orders; Ensign () G. Dodge,
from duty at tho Smithsonian Institute to
tho l'oitsmouth; Rural Cadet R. I. Woutz,
from tho Sauitogu to the Swataui, Captain
Wm. E. rilzliugh, fiom command of tho
SI Louis and tho Lciguo Island Naval
Station nud placed on waiting ordeis, Lieu
tenant I 1) J. Kelloy, onlois to tho Adams
icvokcdnnd ho Is placed upon waiting
oidcts
This i'luirsoM Aitnliiht OIllei'i'Mlm'U.
In ugatd to the recent charges ngnlust
l'olkciuun Slack tho Commlssloiieid hwo
written tho following lcttoi to Majoi Dje:
"Olllcors worthy of being In tho hlghost
giadodonotgivo way to passion. If the
me unable to control themselves under
slight provocation llioy should go to a lower
iiiuk oi out of tho service, notwithstanding
mi iilherwlso fair record."
TIIECAIHTAlSCIOTTII
Annual Report of tho District
Inspector of Buildings.
A CREDITABLE SHOWING.
Nuiiucr cf PcnniU Qrantod and Valuo of
Buildingi Erected.
HOW MANY OP ALL OLASDES
Viiluiibln HiigRcstloiis nml Itrioiii
iiuMidiitloiis by tlio liisjioelor.
NEXT YEAR'S ESTIMATES
Tim numinl rcpoil of Inspector or
litilhllngs Ihilvvhlc forllio llscal year
iniling .Ittno ill) lust hits been suumttlut!
lo Engineer Coninilssloncr LyileoVcr.
Tliuicport shows Hint moio bulliltng
vvns ilonu iluiliig the last yc.tr tlmn In
nny picviom j car. Tho amount of
money expended vvns moio than, font
millions of dollars, which Is largely In
excess of any piev ions yenr Estimates
nnd rccomnicudutlons for tho llscnl jenr of
lbWi nro also embodied In tho repoi t.
Tho statement I clow will show tho num
ber of permits Issued for building and tho
value of thoro erected:
Description Number. Valuo.
llrlck dwellings !,'.' 5J,7 I.H10
1'rlvnto staliles. .. . 3J ll.tsv
I Iv cry stables I lil.TW
Mnros . SI 1II.0J7
Olllco buildings ... .11 7S.WJ
'rheutres 1 11)00)
Churches t .11.1MI
killing rink . . .1 lo.OH
Ilospllul 1 - SiMi)
lleimlrs BIT .lsj),in
I riimo dwellings sril lliV-'Vl
htnllcs !W nu
ltirnlis 01-1 VI VH
lteinovuls II 'Hi
Midi IH 10,707
Awnings 711
rcetoFvnultlng TV)
Park Hillings Wl
llilek woikshops 1J '17.0VI
Total .3,1)111 St,i7,.'II
llio total rev ciiuo of tho ofllco was J(),0.)J,
nil exciss of jap.) .10 ovci thu preceding
jcui. Iho following tiblo will show the
iiumbci and valuation of new buildings
since the beginning of tho present form of
Government:
Yeai s
Dwell
lugs
Dulld
logs
nluatlo 1
is;u.. mi 7i7 3i.i7i),)ii
iii . ' 'in fn i.uii.ni
mM . iioo hij t 7'i.,ij;
iik; . , i.n 7i .Moi.on
IS.-) . .1 H1J i imj SIMl.Hjr
1N"I .. II0..I l I'll 1))7,51I
lStn l.lil l,l77 ll)D7.S)l
Hi lcfcienco to llio leport It will bo seen
that there were 1,1! J.I bilck dwclllng-lKiusos
erected, nnd buildings of nil clissus 1,077,
nml 1,151 lepnlrs. Ho eijs tho nuuibcr of
buildings erected has gre ill) Increased, but
tho excess In valuo was only $177,01i,
which Is uccomitcd foi b) tho fact tint thu
lirger poitlon of tho houses erected w ero
of a medium size u class of buildings th it
weio greatly needed and In great demand.
The result of tho ) car's opciutlous shows
tho great piogress mado In building and In
creasing tho real cstalo valuo of our city.
Dining tho )cai 05 dilapidated buildings
h iv o been condemned and ordcied taken
down, and 101 other diugcious buildings
ordcied to bo repaired.
Tho Inspector calls attention to tho ncccs
sit) of at least one more assistant inspcctoi.
Ho reports that ho had to make I.1SJ In
spections In person last ) car, which kept
him out of Ids ofllco a great deal of tho
time. In view of tho In go number of build
ings being elected ho 6tates that It Is lmpos
slblo with onl) ouo assist tut to look after
them nil properly, nnd w ork progresses to
such an extent on u building which Is not
being constructed piopcil) bcfoio ho gets
around to It that it Is difficult to propeil)
enforce tho building l emulations
lllSTIUCT llllLUIM.S.
Tho nppioprlatlon forastatlon-houso In
tho Seventh pollco picclnct, now In courso
of construction, will, ho si)s, when com
pleted, placo nil tho stations In buildings
owned bj tho Dlstilct All of these aro
well ndnptcd foi tho purpose ox
eept tho lhlrd, 1 ninth nml Eighth
In tlicte tho bunk rooms nro not
lai go enough and badly ventilated Tho
cells me not piopcrl) consttiictcd, being
neither secure not lit foi habitation. Ho
gives icconimcudntlous ns to how thoy
should bo Improved, nnd estimates the
cost at nbout 1,000 each. Ho recommends
that nn iippropihitlou bo undo ovory)ear
for ouo station-house until the) aru all
bioughtupto nuet thoabsoluta needs.
tliu amount npptoptiaicu 101 iuo pur
chase of a slto and the erection of a station
house In tho sixth l'lcclncl list je.tr was
found to bo Insufficient, and to keep within
the nppiopilatlou It was ncccssuiy to Icivo
oft tho stono steps at tho entrance, concret
ing and paving of cellars, stono copings on
lilies ami iuo wuus, ami griming, paving
and coucictlngtho jnrds llicio Is ulso u
ucccsslt) for n stable for tho uso of tho
mounted pollco and patrol wagon To com
plctc tho station It will lequlioaboiit !,000.
llio nppropilatlon foi the seventh Product
Statlon-llouso now In cnurso of coustiuc
tlou Is also Insufficient uud tho sum of
SMOOwIll bo icqilllcd to lhili.li It
To Keep within thonppioprlatlou tho phit
foiin stone steps nud other Items had to bo
omitted In this station ulso 'lliciolsgicat
iiicesslt) for a stnblo ut this station, which
w 111 cost $1,500 uddltlonal Tho appiopihi
tlon for tho erection of tho Sixth I'reolucJ
station. Including the purchase of tho slto,
was sl5,000, of which the site cost $1,11)0.50.
uviim: uot-is
Tho amount appropriated tho list and
previous )eaiswas not sufficient to keep
tho houses In icpalr and should bo Increased
nt least $",000. These houses, moio than nny
others owned by tho Dlstilct, nio subject to
gicntei wear and tear, owing to tho natiiio
of theli use, and for comfort ami efficiency
should bu kept In good condition,
The cngluo-liouso for No II couipui), on
R strict, between Ninth and Tenth stiects,
has been elected for $10,000.
S-C1IO0I. 1IWII1IM13
There was 00,000 appioprlatc.l for now
school buildings and school furniture,
and enough from tho sale of
Hobuead tcmetcry property to nnko
$115,000, Out of this llueo school
houses weio erected ono on 8, be
tween 'Ihlitccuth and I'oiutci'Utli streets; onu
on I, between sixth nnd Seventh Btiects
noilheast, and ono on Prospect stieet, West
iv nsliliiLtoii. '1 heso buildings w III comp ire
fuvornl.lv In ever) pattleular with any slut-llir-slzcd
buildings In tho I lilted Status
'IhoDculsou building, tivclvo looms, cost
fni.WW.17. llio Utah building, eight
looms, cost Sj'l,.r!71.l)7. I ho VVcnmlo)
building, eight looms, cost :!7," 11 1.'. Tho
lost of putting on an additional stor) on
thu llhiucusbiug road school cost $J,lt)J,
leaving a Imlaneu of 100.
'llio iippropihitlou foi tho ripalis to pub
Hi schools bus been oxpendod In the sovuril
dlvislous as follows, 1 list division, r"2,
7114 (M, second, $3,(110 51, thlld, $,110 40,
fouilh, $1,711 01, tlfth, Sl.l'JO Ml, sixth, $.1,
CSl.di.soventli. J,010 77, eighth, 4.1,011) Jl,
iipidilng nud Improving giouudsiit High
School, '.I'JTAts balance, s'l H l.Auiouut
of nppiopilatlou, $'J0,(H)
Tim nppiopilatlou for nuxl jimi should
bo not less than $2.1,000. The Dlstilct owns
slxt)-ilght school buildings, about one
thlld of them being largo uud costl).
MAIIKRT 1101 s'j.
Tho three iniukct houses ownolb) tlm
Dlstilct have been kept In n fair statu of
repair during llio )oar. Tho amount ov
pcndcd lit theso rep ills was $170 Oct.
tiii: toioiir.ii Howe.
Thcro wns an appropriation of $!)1,O0J for
llio election of this building, nud n de
ficiency appropriation of $.,U0i) Tho con
tract for lis construction un awarded for
JIS.HOO, and tho other expense nmoiiutod
to the full appropriation.
An additional building wnscoustriirtod
for tho Induslilal Home School, which cost
jn.coo.
MAT VP VH'd I STIVI ITTS.
Tho following aro llio estimate for tho
llscnl )car ending Juno !10, 18S7:
l'or repairs to public school buildings
nnd Impiovlng grounds, $3.1,000, recon
structing thu Interior of Slovons Public
School building, $7,500, repairs of engine-,
houses, $,J,(HXl, lepnlra of pollco stathms,
Including Pollco Court, $'J,000; oxtm ex
penso In depth of foundations nt Seventh
Picclnct Pollco Station, now In course of
const ruction, caused by filled In land,
which should bo Inserted In tho Immediate
deficiency bill to cnablous to coiuplclo the
bouse w llliout suspending nperatlons,$l, 100;
foi completing Sixth Precinct Station,
hulhllngstnblc.eXc., aiidlinprovlugproiiiiils,
$H,C00; for completing Seventh Precinct
Station, constructing stnblo nnd Improving
nud enlarging grounds, $!J,750, for con
structlng I'ourth Precinct Pollco Slntlon
nnd new cell building, 'jO.OOO, for recon
structing Eighth Precinct Station nnd new
cell building, $ti,000, for reconstructing
cells in Tlilnl Precinct Pollco Station, VM,
Iclls foi Dennlon, Wonnley nnd lllulr
schools, $.
i xi rhv or oi ricr.
.unlni) of Inspoctoi of llulldlngs, $2,103,
dinugbtsnian nnd permit clerk, $1,000, As
sistant Inspector of llulldlngs, rslJCK); clerk
e.n nccounts and mlscellanooiis work, ())),
incssinger, HO Conllngcuclos: lllauk
books, stnllonerv, llvei) of homes anil ic
pnlis to wagon nud harms, $50)
Baj liispccb r 1'ntwlstlo In conclusion
"In my lust report I stated tho necessltv
for n sultublc building for tho District of
ficeo, and would again call )ourattont!onto
tho inattei and for tho reasons then slated
In conclusion, penult no to nekuonl
edgo the uniform eourtes) nnd confidence
Which this branch of jour dcpaitment has
received from vim in nil Its transactions."
Mil. ir.i'i: s ovux uivriiu.
Moio TcMllni.nj In tile Ulllullubillt)
of Us SUIi'iill-llts.
A Southern gentleman nnd ox Confot
ciatc, having a wldo ucqiialiituuco with
the Southeru leader, sn)s of tho open
letter of Chrunc) M Depow, to which ox
tcniUd icfeiilue v ns mado In )osteribi)'s
Clime : "It Is hanll) piobablo tlenoril
Grant could have been the author of this
nbsuulstor). In tho first place, thoro w is
liocoii6tciuatli.il In thu Simla at all n' 1
thcro wns no unniliics about thoso pro
tccted h) paroles, although thcro vv.ishuuo
civ 111 ins, such ns I)ivl, Stephens, Ti en
holm, Malloi) t ampliell, elc, w how nro hi
tho foils In ti ul iiimcnt. 'llio l'rcldcnt
undoiil tcdl) ilinnge 1 Ins feelings consld'i i
bl) lu Hie spilngof 1NI1, but his general
policy, as embodied In tho pioclunutlon of
Ma), Pb.1, was the Banie in that of PicM-
iictil i.iLcolu uuil was approve! i. all Ills
Cabinet. 'I his pnllcv wns probnblv sug
gested by I'muls P. Illnlr. thu old odltorof
the (llube, nnd his sons Montgomery and
Prank, with whom .Mr. Johnson was
veiy Intimate Giant had nothing at
nil to do with It It contemplated tho le
turn of nil tho seeedln ' States to tho Union
on n white basis and tho election of Senators
and Representatives toCougrcss. Tliu story
of a social recognition Is n wild fiction
There weio no dozen, nor lift), nor ono
hundred men In tho South eiupoweicd to
deal out social privileges. Tho President
was n dignified man, but ouo who had no
tasto foi soclct) or who cared to go outsldo
tho Whlto House It was at least four or
llvo ) cms after tho war before anv Southern
clement whatever obtained lit Washington
toclct) So far from quarreling with John
sou about Ids pollc), Grant see rued tonpprovo
it, ami in iuo summer oi i-mki no iravcica
mound tho cotiutri, with thu President ns
his right-hand man He also undertook to
bold tho ofilcoof sccictai) of Win nnd to
keep Stanton out of It, but went hick ou
thongiccineut "
General Sherman wns seen In St. Louis
last ev cnlng In rcl itlou to tho same geneial
subjict, but iefucd to open Ills mouth fur
ther than lo sa) that ho was perfectly fa
miliar with the condition of alfilrs at tho
time icfericd to but that ho thought the
events of those Stirling times had best re
main uuwilttcn, that tlie! J might soonei be
burled In oblivion To all dlicct questions
tho Gcneial returned n tint refusal to icplj
"Whj." sild the General, "1 liivo papers
and letters a great miss of docuiucntirj
evidence piovlng Just what transpired hi
leliitlon to the inattei, but 1 will novel al
low nnj ono but mvclf to read them, and
the Information I possess I will nevci im
part to a living soul "
(Tiiii'lcM I.t'lniid'H I'liiieral
Ni.w Yoi.u, Oct ".i llio fuuci.il of tho
late Charles Lclmdtook placo jestcrda) In
thol.lttlo Chuieh iound tho Comer 'llio
Rev. Di. Houghton conducted tho set vice.
Although the ruin pouted down 111 tor
lcntsat tho time of the (uncial, tho church
w as w ell filled w ith tho rclatlv es nud friends
of tho deceased Among thosu pieseut
were Marshal P llder, Ellas llotchltlss of
tho St, James Hotel, II 11. Iliockvvny oftlio
Ashland Hon5!1 S 1) Corcns of tho West
PolntlIotel.il M smith, proprietor of
the Grand Hotel, C II Reed oftho Hoff
man House, (uoigo Putney of tho lloss
moie, Mi I ilnnd's sou-ln-lavv, W. S.
vvheaton of tho vauderbllt Hotel, Simeon
Lclanil, clerk i f tho Murra) Hill Hotel,
and Vhgll 1 hlteomb of thu old St. Nich
olas. "Mv I'.vai'tN Mill Not Itosljvn
Svnvcusi, Oct. ifJ AMIllum M. Evarts
orilvcd hero fiom ItulTnlo )etcrdiy nftei
iioon, and Is tho guest of Congiessiium Ills
cock. A lcportei asked lilm what ho
thought of the statement that thcio Is a
deal between Davenport nnd Cnrr whereb)
Davenport will leslgu It ho Is elected Gov
ernor nnd go foi Winner Mlllci's place In
tho United stales N;viite Mr. Evurts re
plied biisl.l), "What Senator Is going to ro
sign? I'm sure It will not bo ni)sclf. There
certnlnlv Is no ineani) lu thoSmito now or
nny prospect of there being one Tint
statement Is i Idlciilous on tho faco of It"
Last night Mi l'.varts mado ti politico
spieeh In Willing Opeia llouso befoie
about 3,000 people.
.till .Olllll 114 II Ootl'llllllllt.
Nl w Yoiiu, Oct SI Tho suit of John
A. rinl.lkinlih. who sues Jav Gould for $.).-
500 for (uinlchlug political tiifoiuiiitlou lu
HjsS, was loutlnued todi). Counsel
for Gould moved to dismiss llio com
plaint upon tho gioimd that It does
not stitto tints suOlilent to constitute a
cause of nellon. Chief Justlcu Daly do
llied tho motion uud Mr. Gould was i ailed
to the witness chnli to testify lie up
pcatrd somewhat nervous uud spoke so iu
illstliicll) tint he wns several times to
quested to speuk louder.
A l-'nl n I .111 no r.xplo'ilon.
Rlc uviol, l , Oct. 2J n explosion
orcui red this moriiliig In thu I! leoon shaft
of tho Clover Illll pll In t lusterllcld
t mint j. Ono man wns Mllud uud tliu inlnii
evnsbndlv dmuiiiiiil Ouu Iiiiudiud men
wiiu hi tho mine at tho tlmunf tho oxplo
tlou. ,
John Wiihm'II ItlllliK t).vIllC.
faints R. loung, oxocutlio clerk of tho
Semite, has received a dispatch that his
In other, John Unwell Young, who Is 111 ut
PhlhiiUlphla, bus been given up b) bis
plijsli lans.
ouo Vi'iiv iii mil.
John l atoll, convicted jestuila) of the
Iniccii) ntahoise, which bo took while In
tnxleatcd, wus todav summm 1 bv Jusibe
MucAtthui tu one ) car m jail
GREAT SOCIAL BYRNT.
Tho Nuptials of Ex-Governor Shop
herd's Two Daughters,
MARRIED AT ROOK CHURCH.
The Most Kolablo Assembly Ever Sjjn in
tlicIvy-Oolorcd E-lificJ.
THE GOVERNOR'S PORTRAIT.
An Imposing tliuil t'i'ri'liiiiii). I'iiI-
low 111 II) II Itiiiplliin ut
i ltleutc llouso."
Tlie little Ivy coveicd I'lunch on Ihe
Hotl; Cicck load beyond llrlghlvvood
was, this nftcrnoon, llio sccno oC line of
llio most nolnblo weddings over sol
Linnlcd In llic vldnltyof Wiishlnglon,
tho contracting parties being Mis May
Young Shcpliird and Mr. Kdwaitl A.
Qulntard, son of lllshop Charles T. (juliitard
of Sewance, Tcnn., nnd n nephew of Mr.
GeoigoW. tjulntiiiil, Jr. of Now York,
piesldciit of tho Charleston Sloamslilp Line,
nml Miss Suu Shepherd nml Mr. Wnller M.
Ilrodle of .Mexico. 'Iho brides were tho ac
complished daughters of ex-Governor Alex
ander R Shepheid.
I'll iMilclnliio ilicunislntuos undo II I til
possible for Governor Shepherd, nt this
time, to leave Ids lirgo lutirists hi Mexico
nnd come on to ntteud tho vviddliig of his
clullglitiis 'I his was n gicat dUipnolul
nieiit tohlmsi If, family nud fi lends. In his
nbsence 'Im: L'lilTir presents tho (lover-
i x oov vi rx. a siir.riiunn.
nor's stiong nud striking features as taken
fiom onu of his I itcst photo graphs. A tclo
guiui, however, wus iccclvcd from llio
Governor expressing his icgicts ntnot being
able to bo present, and bestowing his bless
ings on tho happy joung couples.
'1 ho engagements weio announced somo
time ago, nud their culmliiitlou this nftci
nooii had been looked foi wanl to with no
llttlo exjicctatlon b) Washington society.
'1 Hough It was at Hist tho Intention of tho
fatnll) to make tho wedding comp iratlvely
nulct and w ltliout dlsnl.iv. on account of
tho extensive acquaintance nud tho Interest
manifested b) the numerous fi lends In tho
event, about ono thousand Invitations
wero Issued.
'I ho urrlvnlot tho guests nt tho llleik
House, Govt ruoi Shepheid's countrv seat,
began carl) this morning nud tho string of
enri luges ami elegant cqulppiges on tho
Seventh street load on tho ivnj to tho houso
was continuous The crowd soon becamu
so iri eat at lllcak Houso tint longhctoiu
tho llmo appointed for tho ccreinonj It w is
evident that not ncirly nil of thoso picsent
would be able to Hud standing room lu tho
little church. Many went direct l from
tho clt) to the chinch, soon filling it
within, with tho exception of the scats 10
seived for the bildal pirt). It was tho
most distinguished society gathcilng evr
assembled within Its walls. Places wero
found b) the ushers for us mail) ns could
posslbl) cntei, and when tho 1 ist one hnd
been tcntul the lntcilor of tho llttlo clnpel,
with Its pictt) decorations nnd tho liiud
6oiue costumes of the Indies, picscnted a
vcrj Hue uud n long-to-be-ieincmbeiod pic
ture. Me tutlmo tho music had begun, and was
continued diirlug tho nrilval of the guests
uud prior to tho coining of tho bildal pirtj.
'Ihe i lunch wns beautiful!) decorated with
ev
iigreens, flagrant cut liowors, with pots
rich plants and oxotlcs Tho usu il cus
of
tom of a llural emblem tomnik thu spot of
tho ccicmoii) was not observed
Hundreds of clegint c ml iges were gith
cred niound thu cliuuh, blockading thu
loiulunjs at almost over) entrance.
'ihe tliiio appointed for thu cercluoii) was
3 p in , nnd u llttlo beforo tluit hour the
bildnl pait) entered cnrilagcs nt lllcak
Houso nud piocccded to tho chinch. 'Ihu
fninll) nnd lclatlves wciu 6eited hi tho
flout lows of pews, altci which, at a given
signal, tho wedding much pealed lorth
fiom tho organ and the huppj' couples cu
tcicd llio chinch, and, preceded by tho
brldismalds and best men, passed down tho
eentio aisle to tho altar, wheio stood lllshop
CImiIcs T (Jillntard, The ccicmonles wero
performed siicccsslvcly. Tho icsponsos
weio Ihmaiid distinct, being clculy heaid
b) all.
'llio bibles wero elegantly atlhed In
handsome-white sitln, with tulle idlings
and diamond ornaments Tho grooms wore
tho conventional dicss. Tho brldesmilds,
Miss CJulntnid and tho two )ouiigcr slsleis
oftlio brides wero also attlicd hi whlto
satin. 'Ihe best men weio Mi. Gcorgo W.
tiuhitard, Jr , who acted for Ids cousin, Ed
ward A. iiulntiiid, iind Mi KeichofT, who
pel formed the same service foi Mt W.iltci
M. lhodlc.
'Ihe usheis vine Mi John M. loung,
Jlr. Chaibs S. Ilradle) and Mr W 11
I.unni, Washington, I). C, Mr. W. II.
Niiuts, Sewnnce, 'linn, Mr. John 1.
llcckctt, New ioik, -Mi. 11 1'. Diwcs, Now
Jiasev.
'llio wedding ovci, congratulations fol
lowed, and tho part) repaired to llleik
House, where a icciptloii was held. Hun
dieds of guests tluouged tho fauill) uuii
slnn, congratul itcd llio brides and grooms,
pal took of nu elaborate supper and In
spected tho piescnts. 'llio house wasboatiU
lled fiom top to bottom with tragriui
How cis nnd plants, which wero ui ranged lu
mini) tustifiil dislgus.
Theie wns n room full of costl) piosonts,
Including seieinl mngulibcnt silier sci
vlus, n lulgu vnllclj of nro and costl)
ehlliu, phuiiics nnd uuiiitel uiuaiiieuts, lu
bioiuo nml gold nn 1 slim, u half dozen
clocks, each ono of illtleiemt design, nnd nil
eli mint nud lostlv. cases of silver klllvcw
nud folks nud spoons, nnd liiimhod of
other valuable presents Tho present to
tho bildes fiom the dovernor wns not nudo
know u but It urn sifcly bo s ltd that It w ill
mil ndl shoit ol tho usual generous uataro
of Ihe (loinuor, uud will bo something of il
mom usiful rliiirnitir for tho future wclfmu
of the veiling couples,
Mr mid Mis. Edward A. Quint in!, uc
ce unwilled b) Ml. and Mis. Walt i
lhodlc, will tuko tlielr clop uturo on the ID
o'clnik p in. train for n hone) in ion lu Now
1,oil,, nnd will visit tliu (lover , nt Unto
pllns, Moxleo, mjiuu thuo this w Intel. Now
Yoik will bo the future homo fm Mi nnd
Mis. Quliituid 'llio couples linvu the
he M licet congratulations unci wannest iu!l
wlshcs uulveisall) teudeied them ihu
biides will bosull) missed lu usldiigtou
oelet), where the) uttnlned )oung woman
hiiod.'nud wire especial favoiltus
Drclliii'H Ilu- Honor.
Hi 1 1 no, N Y.Oit. !1S Mr. Shcrimu
s lbgns, lua letter ton llitdnlo piper In
1 1 billon tu a i c pent lb it he wus seeking the
a 1 1 inline ut of nillioul comuilss'oni r,
sluUs tlmt the sturj Is without found itiun
i.i d lb I be would o..l ni'iept til" e Tel ev ti
if II wciu tcudiiid to bun
'''A 1 I!.- """St
I.OVIS IIIV.I. MUST IIAXU.
Ills l'i llllini for ii CiMiiiiiiitiitlon uT Ills
Sciili'iii ii Iti'Jf c led.
LoMiciv, Oct '1 'Ihe l'rlt) touncll to
dn) liiulcriil Its decision lu the nppcil cao
of Louis Itlel, dismissing tho petition of the
eonilcmiuit man requesting a commutation
of llio dentil sentence passed upon him b)
the Lnmillnn authorities.
A Shanghai dispatch snjs tint LI Hung
Chntig recently paid n long visit to tho Em
I erui ut I'cklu, and Is again In high favor at
c mitt. It Is ulso stated Hint during the visit
the Chinese premier arranged to put In op
eration nt onio several Important reform
measures. 'Ihe restoration of LI Hung
Chang to court fnior urguoswcll for tho
pioimss of (hlnn
'llie Inhabitants of thccltj of llrunswlck,
Ginmili), have profusel) decoriitud tho
strict with Hags nnd banners In honor of
Ihu dec lion of I'lllue Albrichl to tho
Regeiic) of the Durhv, nud the Diet bus ap
poliiliil u ilcpiilntlon to proceed to llnuovir
uid foiuuill) tender the Kcgencv to the
Pilncc.
'llio civil inarrlagu of I'rlnco Woldetnar
nml the Princess .Marie took plicont the
.Mnlrloof tho eighth iirronillssemeiit lu Paris
this morning, nml wns very Interesting
Mn)nr Kocchlln uiadenlid nildios so full of
r.ilmiilug sciitlmciits for thu Prime ns to
muse offense to many Rcpilhllcnns. 'Ihu
religious lunrihigo tal.es place tii-monow.
Oitvw i.Ost., Oct '! the report tint
the i xeruljou of Rid has been postpone I
until November 10 Is denied b) offielnlsof
tl estate Dipnrlliieiit.
I'crdliiiinil 11 mil In ('unit.
Nl vv 1 inn., Oct. 92. Shortl) after 11
o'clock this morning Perdliiand W'ni.l, lu
theiuslod) of n warden and accoinpaulod
b) his couii'd, eiilered tho Court of Ojcr
Hinl 'leimluir '1 hero wns a slight show of
color on his clucks nnd bis fuc o wore u
complin i ut expression. None but Jinors
and vv Iliii uses were allowed lu the court
room, and but little tlmu was lost In open
ing the case,
l nnl bud Iiiii dly In en sentc.l when tlin
Dlstibt Alloiuo) moved tint thu trial of
nis case ne priicec'iieii wiiu. i.encr.u iricy
of Wind's counsel mose and suld that ho
wished to vvlllidraw the pb'i of not guilty
which his client hail entered nml to demur
In presenting tliudcmiiricr General Tracy
i nihil the attention of the remit to the fifth
count In the Imlle anient, 'ltd count, ho
continued, was for llio siimu olfensa us Hint
ehnigcd In the Hist count, uamel), larceny
and obtaining money under false pretenses
"There were, therefore." wild (leurnil
Trnc), "Iwodlstlncl cilmes clurgud lu dlf
fnent counts of tho some Indictment."
Judge Ilnirett overruled the demurrer.
(.eneral Trnc) thru entered n plei of not
gulllv, uud Ihu work of obtaining tho jurj
at otu e began. T ho first Juror selected w is
Moses lluuton, Mipeilntciidont of tho Now
link Ice Compaii).
.V Ccild-illoiidiMl .Hurler.
Miiiion, Ai v , Oct. !i Tho town Is ox
clled ovir u cold - blooded murder
here iisleubi) by a fourteen -) oar
old negro boy Henry Ilimtle) Is
the lo) s n ime, nud his vh Urn wus his s,
tn,yi )curs old A few divs ugo slui
clinstlsril him for soma bid conduct, and
he vowed be would kill her. Vesti rein) lie
got n shotgun and took u st mil while 111:
sister would have to piss, nud when shu
euiiieb) ho shot her III thu nbelomcn, kill
ing her almost Instantly, lie then put the
gun down, stepped up, looked at her, nud,
finding her dend, walked lelsurclv nwaj.
There wcru several wltnese, but tliov were
so stunned by tho sight that they did not
olTn to detain tho murderer. Ho was pur
sued later, caught, brought b ick nud pi iced
In Jnll
Altc'ht ol lllt'xcl! AN-e:isseltisi.
(iiviivnii, 0 , Oct 22 A I'u s special
fiom Ippir S.andiisk) this morning states
thut tho authorities there leeeivcd notice
from tlie marshals of (mllon and Lima jes
teidnj that thoj hud under survcllniicu the
two lobbcrs who shot Policeman Hrobst
last Monda) night. Officers were nt once sent
ufter the culprits uuil arilveil hick In thu
cv enlng. I. u go crow ds of citizens collected III
thevlciult) of thu depot and threats of
Iv lulling were ficel) Indulged hi Tho ut
ile cis, b) shnip wink, how over, cnntilveil
to get tho men Into thu J ill unharmed. T he
men mo nut positive!) identified, but It Is
gciicrull) icllcveil lint llic) nru tho guilt)
purtlcs, ns tlicv have both hid their whis
kers shiv id olT nud nro otheiwlso disfig
ured. Officer Hi obt Is slowl) recovering
and pb)slcl.ms think that lie ma) get well
A ( Ileus Ti alu Wrecked.
I'nii mi M ill v, Oct !" The Hist section
of the chcus train of Adam I'urcpaugh wus
budlv wrecked shortl) beforo midnight lust
night, I v thu breaking of nil nxlo, about n
mile uuil u half cast ul Downlugtowii, l'lvo
cms were thiown lu n help unci tuivcl was
lntcriiipledforsevei.il hours. Thcro wero
n uuiuicr of circus hinds ou the train, but
none were Injured Several horses were
hint.
I'cmr nt a ltd th.
Nl.vv Yonv, Oct. S3, Mrs. Gcoige Van
Ness of New Uiookl)n, three miles from
Plalullchl, N. J., presented her hush mil, )is
teulii), with four children, nil born within
nn hour, twol o'ng bo)s uud two girls. Tho
new cornels, iillhough sin ill, are vigorons,
nnd It Is thought the) will all live. Tlie
muthcr Is doing well.
Xi-vv C'liileau MliiKtiTs,
VviI'VllllsO, VIV GlIVlSTON, Oct Si
lt Is ttitul tli.it Seiiorlgmiclo ergaul will
I o appointed Minister of the Interior, and
Senoi aras Mlnlstei of Justice.
i ;;, o.v.i i. MV.xviox.
.foiling About 'Ei'sideiiN Hint Willi
Known Visltots,
- S. M Sit Mil ns of New York Is at tho
Arlington.
II. P. Piiinm.i.1. of this city wns In Chi
cago ou Tucbdu).
Assistvxt Sicuriiiiv or rituTur.is
I'liv Coos is lu Now Yoik.
J. W. Au.t of this city was in San
Antonio, Texas, last l'rlday.
CoMllti.ssMVN-1 ll'CT Oscnt 1. Jvei.
tos of New Castle, l'n Isnt WTllnid's.
Mils. R s J iti it nud Mrs. X. M
Terr) of Annapolis, Mil , nro at tho Rlggs.
Mil VMlMlIs P. W. I!. M VUTIXC7 nnel
Mrs. A 1' llomdcii of San Francisco nro ut
the Arlington
Cove urssvi vs-rircT Hitihx lost a
llbrai) valued nt $1,000 III a lire at Mexico,
Mo , Inst night.
Mn H. II. Poi'i'i.CTON, a prominent
lolhoad attoino) otCTovclind, Ohio, Is hero
In attendance upon tho Supremo Court.
CoMinCfesxi iv O'Nkii.i of Missouri,
who rcluiiinl it fuw da)sagei, has lots of
business to look nftei lu the Departments.
CoMwiMiut Su is W Tram, eom
mnndliig the priicthi ship Portsmouth, ar
rived here this morning tu confer with
commodore sdilo) regarding tho coming
cruise of the npprenth.0 squadron to tliu
West Indies this winter, and will ltmio this
cveiiiur for Noifolk.
- ( i.m in ssM in FiiRiimue u of the fifth
limu dlstilit has iiinde a Ihluif visit to the
(. uphill, and oil foi his prnTrlo homo to
mike I, iiiil in rangenicnts for Ills ncinuucat
reside mo lid a forllio winter. Miss M ly
ui il little Madge, bis dimming daughters,
v, ,u i iieiiieii up nisnomu uiu miiic ctij.
- Fuw ui' i iicisr. persons w ho Im o enjoyod
the vivacious unci dimming noting of Miss
Mice I oi liner In ouu of thu prominent rolos
In "Nordeck" Know thai this ts the Hut
vveik of ibul lud)'s diuiiiulie career Miss
I e i Inu i has uttrailud luaiked intention nnd
IhoioULbl) v on Ihu ledmlmtluu of hei audi
il ii, although before Inst Sutunlu) night
she ! uel lie lei fticed tho footlights un 1 had
lcsHjllliiiaighc.nl) a few mouths of pi epi
ititteu Tliejoiiug Udj's cHliiLalb.il uud
iieee mpllthuii nts have been g tilled lu the
In st schools of Europe niul Anteilua, but
In r diuniutle tnlcnt, her Impressive stngi)
I ii si in i bci viv ic It v nnd wins inii'uoss ire
i ilthi prod ut i. r ti ilidng m ml lew
i tns es II ie ol u ) up m tin ii are i u i
it. i l i . f I 1 ulls I en ll J '
.p 1 l
OYER A IIKAVr TRACK.
The Third Day of the Race Meating
at Ivy City.
WINNERS OF THE EVENT3.
(li.i.il, llmelng IVViillier nml a I, irgci
Ciowil In .Uli'iiiliini'i'.
The giaml stand at Iv) lltylhls nfter
noon looked even ga)cr and moronttractlvo
Hi in ou tho Hist two days The ladles were!
lu their winter dresses, mil with their bril
liant colored wraps mid Jaunty foathoM,
innile n prell) picture Notwithstanding
tho chilliness of thonlr thero wastt large
nssemblago pieseut. Had Miss Woodfonl
und l'reclnud been nt tho track tlio grand
stand could not huv o contained tho crowd.
It was n sore disappointment when It w.i
lenniid that both theso horses had been
srrntchiel The track to-dc) was fieivy
nnd predictions wero freely made tint ft
would be n tin) for favorites.
1 Irst rnie-l'urso 5)0, with pen lilies
nnu iillowniuis, one mile Jim Doughs.
115 or mills Hob 'mik, Hi), Soicrelg'i
Pat, 110, Hoi-delaine. "Ml, llosslo li. and Lulu,
75,
This race wns won b) Lulu. Jim Doug
lass, second. Hesslo II , third; time, 1 171.
Mutuuls paid $.1.1 75
Secoi.il race Tliu Capital Stakes, for 'J
jcnrolds, f50 each, with d,000 addeil, iinij
mile lles, 117jiotinds; The II inland .Sil
ver Cloud. 115, lllggoiiill, 111!
Tliu Hind was the winner, Rom second,
Hlggonclt tlilnl. time, 1-K Mutual paid
rj.ll .IT,
Thlid raco Purse $.100, with selling al
lowances, ono ami oiief-slxtuuutli miles
Itotochlinlo, Uti pounds, lileliiud I. , 10);
Queen Esther, lib, Clinullclcer, Oil, Volo.SO:
VVIlidsnll, el.
eilo iiiine lu Ihe winner, Chanticleer
second. Wlndsull third, time, 1.171. Mil
tunls pulil xllMi.1.
Fouilh race Washington Stnkes, ,'
ench, w Ith $00 ndded, to enri) 101 pounds,
one und one (punter miles Sum Hruwii,
lid pounds, lliookwooil, 10". Strnthsov,
105. Hnrnum, l(r.', and Colonel Spr.igiio, lOi
1 If lb nice MclvlbblnSicc'iilechnsaStihes,
5 0 ench, u llh $7tK) added, tliu full cours-.
Hoiitke Ce ehraii, 170 pounds, Quebec, 111.
Abrnlinm. HI), (llcnarm, I l'i, l.ciinilnr, 1T7;
Jim Mcliowan, 1 f tl, nud Tllford, l'ifl.
Tin- I.uhI oi'ilir D.ii'tiiiixii' I'llsi'inrrrt.
HosTeiN, Oct. !i2. Jnmes Johnson of
llrockton, who died )esterdn), ngel o,
claimed to bo Ihe hist surilior of Hi
Aincilcnn prisoners who wore con 1 i 1
et Dnitiuoor lu the vv u of 112 He i js
enpluicd III n primtecr hi llio full of
Hint jenr anil leinilued lu prison until
peace wns declnred, beginning ut Ilcriou l.i,
going thence lo Hibfux nnd llnilly
lo Dnflmoor, where he found 2,500 m ri
euiis eonlliied At Hnllfix thu prisoners
were gunided bv u regiment compose 1 of
1 re minimi, who bail been cnptiircdlnSpilii
niul iclcnscd on condition tint the) would
cuter tho llrltlsh service nud light ngilnst
mi) nation except France. Thev conspired
with the pilsoners to capture Halifax, but
the plot wus discovered and the guard was
changed. At Dartmoor Johnson was hi tlm
jaid when tho prisoners mutinied ami fifty
of them were 6hot b) tlio soldiers.
A Tci lllle llviiloslon.
Ridolv ii i r, S. C , Oct 22 Seven per
sons have died from their Injuries caused
I.) thu explosion of the boiler lu the steam
saw mill of J. A Qiiackcnbush dn) beforo
)isliicbi). The explosion wus caused by
firing with hcui), fat llghtwood butts, cms
lug stcnin to generate faster than tho sitcty
v.alvo would relievo It Pieces of the
boiler weighing several hundred pounds
were lliiown aoojurds. Tho dome has not
vet been found. Piece of machine. were
thrown lu escrv direction Tlio men wero
thrown from lift j tosoventj-llvojarel and
were snipped of ever) vestige of clothing.
i.vcutiicir siii.es wero mown trom tlietr
feet.
IinlllliiH si II I on llio Itllllipngr.
Pvsonii Niiiiti, Mcx , Oct 22 Its
poits fiom along the Hue of the Mexican
Centra! lu Durnngo und southern Chihua
hua statu that small bands of hull ins aru
still loaning over the country and tint
sivcral petty fights near milling campshaie
occurred. Little feir Is felt of tlie Indians
doing much harm, however, for the are
few In numbci unci the men at the ramps
uluvvcll armed uud can readily dcfeit llieui
should the attack Tho hostlles are being
follow id us fust us possible bj a sipi id of
Mexican soldiers and a compinj of Amcrl
enn tioops.
Another 1'iiiliiinti'r short.
Dim Lit, Cm, Oct. 22. -IV. R DuIY,
postmaster at Foil L)on,C'oL, was airested
Monday, charged with being short lu Ids
in counts. Ho was taken to Pueblo, wheru
lie was bi ought beforo United States Com
mlssloner Hut jestcrda), Ilo was ar
rested on tho complaint of n postollleo In
spector, who charges him with embezzling
inone-oider funds Duff wulicl exam
tuntlou, and, hi default of i?2,00c) lull, ho
will be placed in bill In this clt) to aw alt
llio action of the I lilted States grand Jur),
wide It meets Novciubei .1.
.OVI'l "si'lllllIUIMlllp.
Ponri vxii, Ml , Oct. 22. Tlie Ibltls'i
balk, Robert S. Hcrinrd, Captain Andrews,
fiom lllogo, Japan, to this port, laden with
camphor and rigs, attracts much attcntl m
on nicoutit of lici crow, will, li consists of
fourteen Japanese sudors, none of whom
can speak a word of English or uudoistaud
an oidct fiom theli officer without tlio aid
of signs. With this novel irew Captain
Andrews made Ihe vojnge fiom lllogo lu
157dn)s.
'Ilu (luilxoii Allillve'l'slii'v .
llosrt.x, Oct 22 meeting wus held
lust night to commemorate tlio fiftieth an
niveisuiv of tlio mobbing o William Llo) el
(nn i be.n lu this city foi his advocacy of tint
null shiver) cause. Tho meeting was under
the uusplees of the colored people, but
Ilu re wire pie
iii'scnt Rev. Jnmes 1 iceman
(.larke, Judgo Russell and Hon. A. M
Dnllinan, of l.tm. liicro were sovcril
colored people present who svvv tho us
snult ou (tnrrUon.
A Ml llio nc'cliii.'d Oil
St I.m is, Mn , Oct. 22. Tlio uxicunve
board of Dlstilct 17, Knights of Lib i Ilu.
morning declared tho strcot-cnr 6trlke oft"
Striking men, howevci, rcfuso to retuui t
vvoik, uud declare their Intention to re
orgnnlo Its management nnd continue t lie
struggle. It seems, however, tint ev.iy
possible icsouico bus been oxlnuste I out
that the ttilkcrs rauuot now suceec 1
iiIh tiii'i- lor it Cunipiil::ii sciii'v.
Nliv YoiiK, Oct ."-'-Lhirlcs 1. .Id
smith Is suing Jnj Gould foi r.'.lik), tho
alleged valuo for lnformutlou (uriilshed by
Goldsmith dining the Mute campaign oC
lt-NJ, to the itlteil niui rue iu ixisien a uiys
li l hum political sue let) i nlleil tho Klllglitl
ofllii Golden lulled, w llll which UVliOV
nun loinell, whom Gould was opposing,
was ulli,id lo be ii'unected
A Sl'VI'IC Mcnti'iHT.
Aiuvu, l.v, Oct 22. Chailoj Rose,
Hie ibs irudo who stole a pa) -eat sumo
months ugo, wns convicted of burglar) )os
lenhi) und willgotoStntopiisonfoi twenty
U'UIS
.
"llr lteei'liei'V r.uloi;j of i ran I.
li.si.N. e)it ."' -Rev Heur) W.vnl
lu. in i le delivering his eulogy on Gen
i i miii. un liutnenso auelicii' e at i()
1 1. (a, HI lelliplO tills attUUOQU,
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