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-"nmw rfl rTwmi IE2 'jtwiwywwu WANTS, .,p SALE, plT'CiifS 5 .nrtlllTH FOR PERSONAL IiiM-itcil In Tlic Critic : Times fur ,'.!?. s A iviw I)i Mac Mil I ;, 'anli-t .W rw Till! Till 12 TO HrifM'HIlt!. 18TII "YEAR-WHOLE NO. i.307. WASHINGTON, D. C, Fit I DAY EVENING, OOTOUKIt 23, 1885. PRICK TWO (JKXT.S. 0 , a . JLJLJLJJ V V -OBLkJ'JLJLL-L fl JL V-L 1 "y JU&JJL JL 1V WoomvAun & Loniuop. :s. rl lie bit) c v of these goods sajs the slock was never so large, never so com plete, never so choice, nor never offered at such 'low prices. What more can be said? Run over the fol lowing with us and see what we have : Ecru and White Notting ham Lace Curtains at line, $1. i.t, $l.ifl,$i.:sn, $1.7.1. '). i !"". !'.;. fil, if.li lf.l.!cfl, f 1 nml fit ior I'nlr. Nottingham, imitation of Brussels Lace Curtains, $7, $7,150, $8, mill $1(1 perl'nli. Antique Lace Curtains, I Mini fs.nu hi ?i.b lor iuir. Cluny Lace Curtains, dou ble row of inserting and trimmed with handsome lace, only 5 pairs left, reduced I'rnlii IjllH ti fll.SO ht l'nli. This spring we gave an import order for Real Lace Curtains, which would cost us to duplicate to-day 25 percent, more than we paid, hence can offer values un equaled elsewhere. $7.50 In $20 pur I'nlr. Colored Madras and Crete Curtains, best line yet dis played, at prices which can not fail to commend them to the trade as values extra ordinary. $s, ifs.no, $(1,1?;, $7. no, ijm, $11, $10, 413, $1:1. no mill $1 1 pur I'nlr. Irish Point Lace Curtains, new and desirable, easily laundered, $5 mill ijio.BO per I'nlr. Silk Chenille Turcomans, in crimson, maroon and Henry IV., with flowery cen tres, and exquisite border ings and colorings, ,$20. Turkish Designed Silk Chenille Turcoman Curtains, variety of colors, $10, $1.1 anil lJ17.no )inr I'nlr. Bed Sets of White and Ecru Nottingham Lace, shams to match included, ljit. 7ft to 1)7, fid por ImiI. Antique Bed Sets, worth $12 if we had to buy to-day, Only tfH per Sol. Satin and Antique Lace Bed Sets, !U.S to IjtUO per Sot. 2C0 pieces to select from in fine Curtain Scrim, do mestic and imported goods, 10, 123, 18, 21, 25 and 31c per yard. It is hardly pos sible that any other house can offer better values. Nottingham Curtain Laces in white and ecru, 17, 20, 22, 25. 3i. 35. 37. 45. 50 and 55c pcryard. 1 ransom Laces 15, iS, 25 and 35c. Madras Lace for transoms, 45c per yard. Colored Madras Laces in imitation, 20 and 31c. 'Sou dan stripes, 25 and 40c. Large stock of Real Madras Lace, in cream and colored, 111, no, (S'JJij, 71), HOc, $1 ami If.l.r.l) per Vuril. l'or Cm tain mid other Tilurmnss, wo slmv nn elegant lino nf Antique I. ices, at R, 10, li'rj 1", SO, S3, SO anil JTKo por j ur.l No quostlon of our Bulling you. 7 (styles of 50 Inch Itamlaor Juto Oovorlnss, OCoper yard; .Wlm.li llutirottos, 81; 5) inch Petit Points, Si; Winch Cross stilpo Tarco n nn Cloth, COo; 1 Ino gr.a to ot Petit Points, at SI CO nnd S.' per jnnl. Mlneh Cross stilpol Canton Plushes, Me; do. 1'ilnteil, Slj 31 Inch do , COo. cflpioceaofai Inch Cretonnes, lij-jcj bettor V aluo nt thu pi Ice Is not to ho fouud . Pine English Cretonnes, in flowery-figured, striped and landscape patterns, re duced l'roiu 'J.I to '.'Do por V.inl. Curliilii Vnli'N nml Tidiiniiingn, Brass-trimmed Curt ain Poles, 50c; do, with ham mered brass and spear ends, $i. Brass and Nickel Rods for vestibule and sash cur tains; also for lambrequins and banners. Curtain Chains 25, 40, 60, 75 and $1 pet pair. Curtain Hooks from 10 to 30c per pair. CTlilrtl lloors tnko the elovator ) woomvAim a, i.orjutoi". Don't Ovorluok vVonliuis, Don't Overlook llluukutii, Don't U orlook Undent our, Don't Otolloolt ('nnlimorti Huso, Dilll'l Overlook Tallin Llutms, Don't Ovorlouk W Inter W'rupi, For these are our strong "points," and we were never stronger than at present. U WOODWARD & LOTHROP, Dobton Dry Goods Houso, xu rittoj; oi,v, t)Sl l'cim, Alt'. lt '4 1 Mfreot GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. A New Assistant Superintendent for Yellowstone. Park. THE LATEST NAVAL ORD3n3. Navy-Yard Foremen lo Kosp Clear of Politico THE PRESIDENT'S CALLERS. i:cliiIIo Appointments To-ilny mill I.nto Vostortlii) Ktnuliig. GENERAL AND TOnsONAL. ThoPrcsldint lo-ilny appointed! J. Ik Dirt lo ho Collector of Custom nt llninswlck, (la. Tlio Governorship or Dakota. Wilson 8. Hlsscll of UulTnlo, n former law partner of Picsldcnt Cleveland, denies that hu Is to bo appointed Governor of Dakota. An ABsl'tont Patk Oupoilntondont. William McCIcllaii of Omaha, Neb, his been appointed an assistant superintendent of Iho Yellowstone National Park nt a sal nry of K00, Ico J, M. Fitzgerald dismissed. Mexico nnd tho Quarantine. Scnor Itomero, tho Mclean .Minister, sijs tho reason that Mexico neglects all piecautloii3 against )cllow fever Is tliat tlio authorities bavocoinu to tho conclusion tint qinian tlno regulations nro worse than useless, District Democrats at, tho Dopnrt monts. A delegation ot pioiiilnent Dis trict DimocralK, headed liy Jfr. Win. Dlck fon, 'ilsllcd a number of tho Dcpti Uncut ofllces today. lhoolIlclal3 upon whom they called said they camoinciely to pay ic (pecta and hae n social chat. Indiana' Clothlnsr. Iml'an agents lu the Northwest linvo reported lo tho Interior Dcpaitnicut that unless the clothing fortho Indians airlro soon thcro Mill bo suffering among them. Tho contractors lino been directed to huuy up tho shipment of cloth lug. Most of It Is 011 the nay now. An Aictlo Map. The Iljdroginphlc Ofllco has Just Issued a new Arctic map, showing Iho results of exploiatlon nml ills cocrj up to tho present time. Iho imp Is uriangcd on n now plan to mold tho confu sion of n multitude of mcrlilhu lines ami the ucccssll) of turning tho imp aiouud. Troaeury Ch,ing03 Hartmll .Icnlson of New Y01 U thief ot loans division, liets tci's ofllre, has been reduced to a clerkship of the fouith diss, to tal.o effect UOIh Inst. Paul lleish of l'ciinijlviiiili, clerk fouith elnss, illmlscd, tako effect '?HU Inst. 'Ihomasd. Ilen'ey of New Vmk, fouith flags, dlsmlsud, taKe effect Ulst lust. Thoy Llko Tholr Qovornor. The fol lowing ill-patch, signed by the United Mate Dltlilct Judge, the county judge and inanj lcadln'j citizen"", lias been recelied by l'lesldent Clcielaiid: "Wo tongnitulito j on upon j our selection of C. Majcrullck as liomnor of Ailzoua. llelleilng him to liu the light man In the right pi ice, our peo ple Mill Mislaln him In Ills cllurts to lcdilco tho Territorial e)endltiirei and relievo us fiom the hostile Apaches," Novy-Vnrd Workmen Not Politicians. Commodoie Chandler of tho niij-jard at New Yolk has rcccled 11 lcttcrfrom Sec rctarj AVhltney, directed to the forennu In tho naj-jaid, Mhom ho prohibits fiom ap pointing Morkmen for political considera tions. Uiat tills lcgiilitlou, ho sijs, has been dlrcgimlcd In tho past c.iu constitute no justlllcatlon for thu future. Ilo snjs that ho Mill dlsclnrjo any foreman Mho ap points Morkmen foi political reasons. . Tho Pr03ldont'8 CiiUero. 'U10 1'iesl dent's callers to day Included tho Attorno) Ocucuil, Senator Ilanls, cvScnitoi Mc Donald, lteircecutattes Matson, Ilsnum, Aard and lliitterworlli, Wills S. Paluo, Win. M. (twin, Adam I'lccnian of Huffulo, J. N. Mills of UrookPjii, Thos. Wilkinson Of New York, Hull Greenfield, H. U. Plum mcrof l'hlladclplila, J. II. fculilcrof New York, Commissioner SwIUlcrand Ljcurgui cmpu'iiii 01 .iiuiiii. Intojootlnff to Ambitious Clorks. I'lrst Complroller Durham has decided tint Section 1"03, Ileilsed Statutes, preients tho head of a Department fiom giautlug a clerk leai 0 of nbsenco M Ithout p ly so that he accept tempoiary stnlco on boiiio duty bringing 1111 Incrcistd compensation. The tnso In point Is of a thlid-class clerk who Mas gi anted Ieao without paj and dcsU nation ns superintendent of a count of In ternal ltd ciiuo paper nt higher compensa tion. Ycstoiday'o Late Presidential Ap pointments. Iho President latojtstord ly afternoon made tho following judicial np polntmenlo: I.ouls K. Chinch of New York, to bo Assoc! ilu Justice of tho Supiemo Couitof IlieTiirltnri of Dakota; William V. Vortu of Callfoinlii, to be Assoclato Juttleoof tliobupicmo Couitof Iho Terrl torj of Ailrouu; William II. II irnes ot Illi nois, to lie Asioelato Jiistlcoot the Supremo Con it ot tho Tenliuij of Ailzoua, John C. Shields of Michigan, to hu Chief Justli 0 ot the bupriiuo Couit of the lcnltor of Ail zoua. Eccrotnry Coon'o Koslftnntlon. Sec ictury .Miiuulug's attention Mas called to day to n publMicd repoit tint Assistant Sicictni) Coon Is In Now Ymlc amnglng foi ciittilngluto piliato business upon be ing iellecd fiom his official position In a few dajs. Mr. Manning leplled tint this Mas 11 Mibjett upon which Mi. Coon should bo iiiestioned lather than himself and upon Mhleh ho had nothing to s.iy. It has been known foi somo time that -Mr Coon was awaiting notice tint his seiilces could bo dispensed with, nml has leeclied 11 number of llalleiing oITeis from binks, riillionil coiporatmns, etc, Mhlch ho has held under iidiisonuiit. 'llieiowas piobabl) no olllclal of thu hit iiiliiiliilstriitiini who Mould icilio Mltli a riiiml nml epeilenco so well (pnllfjln,: him for au Impoitjul llnaucl.il trust, Indian Supplied. It Is slated on high rulhoiit) that thu l'usldciit looks upon tho piompt and homst dlstillmllou of supplies to tho Indians as thu inont Impoitaut ele ment of llio Itull 111 pioblem, and ipginU Iho jinseut sjstuii as uidlcillj dcfcetlvu. He Is quoted nssaj log tint Indhns who .no Inught lo epect 1 million to bo undo foi them and .uuallowid to Mane are nttu 1 nil y mid neeestaill.i u tiouliletoiiiu elu inei.t. 'Iho Bolutlon ill it ho fauns li 1111 derkli.od toluiolio tho abolition nf 11 gru it pint of Iho mnihhiury ot tho Indian Hu loiui. lie Is said to hilloiu lint lliucn 11 lulssan olllecis of thu iirmv who nro di tailed lu illlleli nt ellles to liu) piuiisioin ui.dotlur stoim m hero the miikutUmiit nhnnt.igeoiis, should make thu inn thins for Iho Indian icseriallons as well isfui llio mllltari pnts. 'lliodbtrl billion, too, il ould bo 111 nlu tlirou jli tho inlllluo ihauiiuls, us tlio Indian iiiservi lions nro not nun 0 iimoto 111 lu u iviilhlo than inuii) of tho mlllt.ii) poMs, Tho lulled t-tales triiupa, iiltlinu ilWrlbut d through Iho Mlldit regions mid at tlio 111 nt distant points on tho frontier, luvu ueldoui I ten known tosuffir for the want ot pro llslons fiom the pilncllial markets of the Fccionslor Inlellor, 11111I tlio work of sup pljliig Indians on thu sfltno basil Mould, It ischilineil, prole fir more economic it and successful. Minor and Porsonnl. Ciiplaln Ulil'iitd l Law has been ordered to the com naiid of the League Island Navy Yard. IW-Congrcssmnn Ihonias.I. Ward of lu dlaiui Is said to deslro 11 position In thu dip lomatic service. Miss Mngglo llanin ot iho District of Columbia has been promoted lu Iho Pension Ofllco from iM0 to $1,000. 1 Irst Assistant I'oslmastcr (lenoral Stcicnson will return to tho city this even ing and bring bis family with him. Mr. Win. lhndley of this rlty has been nwordid Iho contract for building 11 boiler house nt tho Washington Monument nt hl bid of 40,11!) 1.118. W, II. Kllnsoii, A. II. Woodford, James Held nnd I,.W. W'Ilhelni,lmTlng completed Ihclr Investigations as special agents ot the llurcntl of Labor, havo resigned. Secret iry I.ntuar has set apart a room nt Iho head of tho corridor near his ofllco for tho uso of his prlvato secretary, nnd through which iHtors Mill hereafter dud their May lo his ofllco. 'Iho contracts for plaster models ot orna ments for public buildings hale been nwarded 119 follows: To II. & D. A. Den ning, llalllnioie, models for buildings at Concord, Kilo and Demo", at $10'), $"J0l nnd JolS.M respectively, nnd for tho balldlng nt Council IliulTs lo Achllc-3 Collins of this city ut $SM f.s. 'I he Kansas Stnto Tompcranco t'nlon mado n raid on tho ofllco of tho collector ot Internal lovenito nt Leavenworth mil at tempted to compel Collecloi Accra to fur nish them vvlthn list of Kansas llipior do li tis to whom tat stamps havo been issued. The collector appealed to Joseph S. Miller, commlsslonir of Internal icvenue, Mho lu his answer directs Acets not to furnish tho desired Information. aumi'axji xtrr. Nchh rtoiu A'nrloiM Soiiicoh .Vllont and Atihorn l'ny Inspccloi John 11. Stovensou, t'. H. X., lias gone to New York to staj until Mondiy. Lieutenant Ibldwln 1). Spllman, Seventh Cnvnlry, h.is returned to 1'uttMciuIc, D.iU., from leave. Lieutenant llenjamln I', Iiandforth, Hlov enlh Infantry, lm3 icturncil to KoitSullj, Dak., from leave. Major John C. Hate, Iwcntluth Infantry, has In en oidcicd from Tort Malunls to 1'ort Assliinlbolnc, Mont,, to tako station, Knslgu l.ovcll K. liej uolds reported nt the Norfolk Xnvj-Ynnl Wednesday for duty on boiud tho tialiilng-shlp Jamostown (icnornl Nallnu A. M. Dudley, colonel I'lrst Cavalrj, was lu St. l'aul last Tuosdiy from 1'ort Custer, Mojitana, on ten tlys' leave. Captain Charles II. Sllvcis, U. S, A , Is lu the til) until to iiiunow from his homo nt Da) 1011, O., ami Is at No. 001 L'lghtounth strict. The Powhatan, Captain Lester A. Hoards lee, went to the Norfolk Nav-Ynrd jester iluj to tako on piovlslons for her trip to AsplnM.all. Captain Jnincs Chester, Thlid Artlllerj, an lied hero this morning to report for duty ntlhcArtei.il niter an otcudad visit to L'cotl.iiid 011 leave. Lieutenant William It. Turner, IT. S. N, arrlv cd hci c this morning on Ic iv 0 from tho Portsmouth at tho Norfolk v aril, and Is at No. 1G30 r street. Post Quartermaster Sergeant J. A. L'gan, nt Port lliiichuca, Arizona, has been granted four mouths' furlough, to tako cirect after rc-cullstmcnt. Lleutinant-C'oloucl Ilvvanl M. Hojl, In-spcLtor-gciur.il, v.as last Meek ordered to Cialvestou, Tens, to inspect tho money ac counts of tho cnglucci officer there. Lieutenant Francis I), liiickcr, Second Cnvalij. has lcavo foi 0110 month fiom Port W'ulki W'ulhi, Washington Tcrrltorj, with pu mission toapplj for a month's extension. Colouel Joseph C. llrecklnrldgo, In-speclm-geiicral, arrived at Chicago on Tucsdnj fiom his homo nt Lovlngtou, ICv., to report foi diitv on Clcncral schoflcld'u btnlT. Ciintalu Cliailes Scllmci. lieutenant Thlid Aitllleij, mIiom.is leceutlj 1111 duty with Iho light batter) ut San Antonio, Touis, te poilcd hero jestcrdnj for ilut) at tho Ar senal. I'lrst lieutenant Piancls W. .Mansfield, Plevcnth Iufiinti), Insiellcvcil Plist Lieut. James A. .Mauev, Piftccnth Infantr), ns Judgo iidvoc do of the couit sitting at Port lluford, Dakota. Civil P.i'gluecr 1'etcrC. Assorson, lT S N,, bus returned to the New York N'nv) Yaid fiom his visit toNorfolk. Dining tho coming winter ho will go to Puropo on lenvo to vlfclt his old homo In Norway. Captain Charles V. Williams, assistant ijitaitci master, has been designated to t iko chnrgo of (lov eminent telegraph receipts nt Picscott, Arizona, timing tho temporary absence of Lieutenant Itobeit 11. W'utklus, Signal Corps. Major Ocncral Seholltld has granted fur lough foi siv months to 1'ilvato Tliomn (irecn, bind, Tweut)-second Infiutr), mil toPilvntoMiiitlnT. Johnson, Compiii) P, l'llleeiilh Infantry, for foui mouths, bjth with pcimlsslou logo nbioid. Llenlenant-ColoiiLl Hobeit II. Offloy, Seventeenth Infantry, Lommaudlng tho Co lumbus llairaiks lteeiultlng Depot, has is sued n scveio tinlinvltli Ihuvlon of putting n slop to tho 1 iiEtoiu of prize lighting, m hleh has become ver) piov.dent theie. 'lhoio has I ecu for somo time an average of ttucj ring lights n week. Clcnciul Tcrrj has authorize 1 fmlougln toSeigeant Predcilck Nagle, Company 11, fceventtenth lufnnti), for two mouths fiom Port Abraham Lincoln, Dikota; Privates .Tunica lllrch and Ihigcnu J. Duffy, troop II, llrttCiiviilr), PoilC'ustei, .Molilalia, Pil vute William bwaln, 1), 'lhlid lufau t), four months, Poit .Missoula, Moli lalia, 111 d Pilvnto John Donohue, A, Sovcu tcciitu liifanti), Poit Abraham Llueoln, three mouths, Naval ordeis: Lieutenant - Commander (leorgo P. Wllilu, detached from dull us inspector ot tho seventh llght-housu district mitt ordered to wait oidcis; Lieutenant John llubbaid, oidcicd as inspccloi of Iho seventh llglit-houso district; Passed Assist ant P.i) master John C Sullivan, ordered to the Poitsmoiitli, Passed AsMstant Pavmas ttrll P.. Diurv, detached fiom tho l'oits mouth and ordered to wnltonlers, Aselsl ant I'ii) Mattel James II. Chapman, ordered to tint) at tho New London naval stitltm, tho nideis detaching Lieutenant (1 P. X. Ilolmnu fiom Iho Sarntogi revoked, Lieu tenant II. P. (Jualtioiigh, onlered todeli) uportlng on Loud tho Wabash until thu !)Ut lust ; Lleuteu mt (leorgo W Meutz, oideud lo icport on Ilia Portsmouth lu Mind of IhoSauitoga IMItor ofTlui Hi'i'" Arri'HtiMl. William Calvin Chase, editor of tho Ike, was aurstcd this nftciuuou by Detcctlvo Molt 011 n wariaut swoin out by Jenny tfpcaie, n coloigd school tcichci, who io stilt s ut lira bUtceutli bticet. Tho iillegcd libel consisted In ttie printing and publishing of 1111 item, which stated tb it "the appointment of .Mlsj J, S. lu Iheiounty Is louill) londunued b) pauiits nnd tho people in tliuiouiinuiilt). Ilornppolutuieiit Is n pool i ncoiirageincnt to our )ouug ladles Mho ale mom ninth) of the plauo, Vlitue mid uspei tul lilt) uiu nt a ills c(.iiiit I sliull spi.ik iiiniu pliinl) nt tin- pn 1 1 lime 1 nm of thu opinion tint the tiii-Ui lu the riiuutv hivn tieou tin piisidon, ' V.(. 'Iheiu Is alno another aitlile t tho Mine uutuio lu which MUs Speai s ii.ilucU uel l.nNt IViM'K'n Vniliii'OM, NiW Yni h, (let. '.'l-'lhei. were I7f fnlluns lu Uiu I nllcd M.iti 1 mul t undi iipoitcd in II, (I, Dun & Co of thu Mir iiintlle Agency duiln the v, k a du t ICO 1 ist Miek uml .'07 tin week be' iru KILLED )Y A NLAST. Explosion in tho Foundry Shaft of the Aqueduct Tunnel. A SHOCKING CATASTROPHE. A .Mini fatally 3tiiuglti1 uml .Sovernl OIIiuih Wounded. INUIDEHTfJ OF THM DI8A0TER. A tenllile explosion occurred nt 0.30 o'clock till; 11101 nlng In tlio Washing ton Aiiuciluct tunnel, nt U10 Foumlry branch shtifl, out on tlio now cut toml, nbotit Ilirt'O qunitcrs of amllo north west of Georgetown, by which one liinuinel n honlblo ilunlh nml llueo others Mcro Injured. Although, tho ox ploxlon viaseo lerrlblolu iosults tho noise was not heard hytliepcoplo In the neighbor hood for tho reason that tho men vvcro working down In Iho giouud and wcioru gaged lu cutting their way tluough solid gneiss lock. 'Iho tunnel Mhlch is now bclngdng when completed will bo four miles In length, ex tending fiom tho distributing ieervolr in (ieoigctowu to tho new reservoir nt Hai v aril L'nlv crslly, When Iho w ork vvns com menced tlio men w cut down Into tho ground eight) seven feet, nnd from that subtor iniiean point thev commenced digging lu 11 slinlght line, and tho point nt which tho explosion took place was ',lo.) feet fiom tlio stalling point. Lost night 111 firing a blast tho djuamlto did not clfcctually do tlio vvoik on one sido of thu cut, so thu men this morning set up ll.o inoehlne to load threo iiuiro holes. In tumping Iho d)ii itnllo with what Is c died 11 tauiplus stick 1111 explosion followed. James McDonald, n )oung unmarried man, Mas doing this work, and mat his (Until. Pieces of lock hit lihn lu tho stomach, coiuiili tel) disembowelling him. One hand was blown o IT, nnd his faco w.is so inulllutid tint bis friends would scarcely reeigulzo him. Pr.igniints of stono wero hulled 11 tllstaucoot lift) feet. 'Ihreo other persons wiro hurt Jamo3 Cook, the tollman, had his fico badly burned. Jocih N!rholon suffcrud ereitlv fiom the shock, although his Mounds wero not ugl) 01113 lu appearance His pulsa went doMii toft), and for nu hour or two It was fiaied that he would not live. About noon ho rallied, mid tho Improvement con tinued. John Vincent, n coloied man, recelvod slight ivound, and Mas inoro seared than hint, 'Ihoieuulus of tho niifortiunto Mu Donald Mere taken to Wise's undertaking establishment b) order ot IlcekMith it tiuakcnbusli, the contrictois, and will be shipped piobablv to Life Palis, Now York, Mheio the jiarcnts of tho deceased live. Mo Don.ild hail been working for thu firm about six months, and w is nu liidustilous, hai d-w 01 king v uuug man. Tho lujiircd men wcio taken to tholr hotnis In Georgetown and nro all doing well. Nobliimo wlntovcr Is attached to the contractors for Iho accident It was a mishap liable to happen at nuy mo ment vvhcio work of the Mud Is being done. Mr. Lcio), tho pa)inater forlleckwlth A Quakenbiish, visited tho sccuo of tho ex plosion this morning and ever) thing neces sary Is being douo for tho comfort ot tho iujuied men. Quito 11 crowd of men and bo)s gathered nrounil thu place where Iho mingled re mains of McDonald wero being dussed for burial, uud discussed tho hoi rors of tho ac cideut. Coroner l'ntteisonlns had 11 jury sum moned and will hold 111 Inquest ut LTndei tnkci W Iso's place at 11 a m, to morrow. bOOllWV .TL'.Vi'S. . Mr. Jcro Johnson ot Indhnapolls, Iiul., and Miss Salome Tiusslcr of this city, nnd daughter of tiLtitial Nelson frusslcrof In dlina, Mcio married atTrlnlt) CIuulIijcs tn day. Thcio was n quiet wedding nt St. Peter's Cliuiih, Capitol III1I, nt 5 o'clock joslcnlny afternoon, nt which Mi John II Wheeler and Miss Susie Allelic L'putn Mcro made one The ceremouv Mas peifonued by ltov. Pother Douoliue. Iho bride Mas tastefully dressed in cieam-colorcd silk, with vest and diamond ornaments A reception was held after thoceremou) at iho lesldeueo ot tho bride's mother, ou JJightli street soutlie 1st. Tint Dentil (toll. Praucls W Hughes, tho M ell-know 11 law )cr and politician, died at his homo In Potts v llle, Pa , at 8 o'clock lat night, In tlio (,0th )car of his age. Ho was of high repute ns u law)ir, but more widely known as n Democratic politician, and liter as tho leadei of tho Pcnus)lvaula Oiccnbackorij Ml en that pait) cast SO.OOO votes in Penn sylvania. lllght liov. James Prasci, D. D., lllshop ot luuchestcr, died sudden!) )cstculiv at Mancliister, Ptighnd About n month ago Di. Piaser, Mho was ono of tho most energetic of Angellcnn bNhops, bo enmo so unwell fionitlm effects of uvcrw ork that ho was ordered ub-oluteiust, All his engagements mcio cancelled, his dlocosui confereneo wns-iiut off until not spring, and another bishop look his place to ait mli.lstci the right of i onllrm itlon LiiM'Os, Oct. " 1. '1 Ills morning's papeis luioulmoiisl) deplore tho death ot thu UMiop of Manchester, who, In Iho lmgiiigo ofonojouiiul, "knew no sects." Illght llev II. A. Sclmlti, senior bishop of tho American Province of tho Moiuilin ( liurch, dhdat his residence in ilethlcheui, l'n , jibtculav, In thobOth veai of his ago. Ills patents Iiul clnrgo of tho -Moravian Mission among thu Anawuck Indians nt Hope, Surlu 1111, bouth Amci lea, w hero he Mas loin lu lMKl. lie entered Nuzaieth Hall lu llethlehcm In 1S17, graduating with the theuloglcil class lu ISM Of his class mates two survive, J. Ileur) Klugo ot lliipc,Iiid.,nnd Piofessoi Heiiiy I Schmidt, S. 1.1), iitlnid piofessor of Ocrnun liter utuio nt Columbia College, N Y Hon. (leorgo P Mlllei, e Moinber of Congress and tho oldest member ot Iho I'ulon Count) Inr, died at his homo In I twlsburg, P.i , Wcdtiesd ly, aged 70) ears. Mi. Miller took nn aetlvu put lu politics us an Old I Ino W hlg and was .1 gie.it adinlur of Ileni) Clnv ami a strong piotectlonUt of Anuihiiii lutfiisti). Huw.is mio ot tho earliest members of tho llepiiblicin put), but 11 fused to becomo .1 cindidatu for ot tleo till he was noinliiated for Cungiess lu 1HU. llowasclceled to tho llilrtv -ninth Congress mid was re ilectcd to thu 1 ortleth Conv,iess us n Itcpubllcnu, lepiuseiitlng thu couiitue ot Dauphin, Junlatj, Northtuuber liuiil, Mi)der mid I ulon. Cnlilcli ttii klu'H Will. 'Hie will of Patrick J. Deikln, tiled In tlio luglstii'snfmu lo d.i), luivo'lK) in trust foi 1 inukllu Itltttuhouso to piuchasu him n swim! on giudii.itliig from West Point; l,000 In trust for Prank McCabc; to Juiiins l'gan, sIUO, Mellaril lirosuan, $100, Mis, Ann Pole), Mm la ami Margaret Pole), tWO enrh. llev. Pathois J. A. Will tei nnd J. V. IMcIen, $1,000 oacli for tholi personal benefit. Ilildget Polo) , aV), nnd tl.oioslduuot tho estate I to bo tllvldod iipuilly Utwcen Pullicrs W'altei mid Uili'lcn. CIl'Y J1A.T.T. XOl'KS, (lleiuilugi rtinn tlio Court llooords by " t iltlu" ltopiu'WuM. The Mill of Claude C Sloado, filed in tho lliglsln'siiftliu )ikterdii) iifleriioon, loaves the estate of the testutui to his wife and ehlldien. . Muirlngu lit .iiibcs have been IssikiI ni fol low, Jiilin 1. W alius and b illle Uublumm, both nf PriilBrliksbuig, V.i , lolin II Wbeelei nnd l'.tiolln 1 Pspnti, fllilrbn Dowd) and liiiiul.i 1. 1 -loit m liith of MnluliCRloi, " n , Itilui Dm 0 and lii P. dill, both of Chest -illeld, n , Prank U Mlllei 1 1 Mutt it w ( iiutv, a , uid Nma L. Iiul "rt of Perklcy. A a. roiixso.vs j.ovai.vv. Mr. Di-piMi'n llllurt In llnlsler Up Ills Alli'Kid liilcrilnu Willi (Irmil. Nkvv Youk, Oct. ftl. Mr. C'liaiinroy M. Dcpevv, when asked If he bad ever spoken n second time to (Uncrii! (Irnnt lu re-gnid to Iho Interview nhont President Johnson, "re plied, "Oh,)es, two or three da) s bctoro ho vvrnt lo Mount Mcdregor I had n tal't with lifiit. 'General,' said I, 'ilo ) oil renumber tho story jou told ino somo )ears ago about President Johnson's exlraortllnai) elTort nt the period of reconstruction.' 'I remember It Mel!,' ho replied 'Hnvojou Included It In your memoirs of tlio vvnri' I nsked. 'No,' lio said, 'I havo never written It.' I sttp potc (ieucriil (Irnnt did not want loiniko Iho matter public at that time, not being Milling to provoke a eontrovers). Hu reallnd Hint he was n tl)lng mm nnd piobably did not wish toe ly nr write n wonl that would ercato bltlcrnoss." "Did (litieral (Irani say what ho Mould havo done ir Johnson had tried to enrry out his plaiil" "Nothing inoiolliaii what ho told John son tli it ho Mould drive tho Illegal Con gress out of the Capitol ut tho point of tho bii)oiict." "Do) oil know of mi) thing clsj beailng on tl.oimitteil" "Yis; Vlco President Plank Thompson of Iho lVmis)lvanla lltillroul dropped lu In sec 1110 lothiv. Ilo told mo that )ears ago cx-Juilgo Jcrcinhh lllack luformctl him of Johnson's Intentions. Johnson sent for Illacl; and laid beforo him tho plan ho hid lulil befoio (Irmt He nsked Mark for Ids aid In earning nut the schema, lllack hid Iccn Alloriiej-driiirnl In lliichanan's Cibl net and was n ver) warm advocntoot John son's side. 1)1 ick heaidnll lh.it Johnson hud to say, and when Ihovvholu plan vvns iLVcnlnl hu mid 'lou havo left onu Itn poitniitfrclorout ot vourialciilatlou, Mr. PrcsUlmt.' " 'W hat Is Hint S' Johnson nsked. "'Hell,' was lllack's laconle 11 ply." Mil. jtr.vi:vs j.r.ermi. i:x-lM'tiotui-.v Mt Cull, ,( !t Hiuiirlsod ut Its Miiteiiiciits, Hon. Hugh McCullocli was visited list evening nt his coimtry resldeiico In Prlneo CIcorgo's County, Md , li) n coriespoudent of the New Yoik llmilil with nfcicncu to the recent oj 1 11 lettgr of Mr. Chauiiccy il Dipow. Saltl Mr. .McCullocli: "In regard to the nllegitlons m ido b) Mr. Dcpow, I can onl) sav Hi it thoy nro eu tlnly new tome Mv red itlons with l'rel- dint Johnson vuicprtiuibl) ns Itillniito mul cotillilintlnl ns thusu of any member of the Cabinet. 1 nev ci hen d a'suggestlon fiom lilm lliit could be Ltiiistriie I us otherwise than lo) 11I nnd pitiMlc. I cannot si tint tho nllignl Inttiviiw with (lenernl 11 rant did not tako late fur tint Is sil 1 to hive brm 11 person il liitnviinr, but whit unkos 1110 doubt tho lorii'ctticss of tho stitcuicnt Is tLut tlio personul lelitlons betwion President Jolnirtiii and (ieueral llrint vvcro of tho most frltndly durncttr up to tho time nt which Clem ml Hunt, ns Acting Secretary of Wai,)leldcd his chill to Seere In 1 y Stanton, nnd tint wasn )eu or more nttcr these oecuruuevs arc reported to have taken place As 1 ild before, it Is not pos sible for ino to di 11) tl'otorrectncss of VIr. Dcpow 's nirrutlve, beeiusu It may hivo linppiucil Just a hu alleges (iencrilfirint said It did. I can onl) repett tint It Is tho first tlmo I ever heard of it, .md n piopnsl tlou involving so much I leall) think would haTetbcen spoken of nnd talked about nnd baldly kept a i,ccrct Iheso uluctecu years " Tin- (aiilntrn AI'milM 11 I! ice. Ni.vv YtutK, Ott. UJ. At tho meeting ot II 0 Now York Yacht Club last night a let ter fiom J lleavoi-W'ebb was leid Inform ing thu club that Lieutenant llenn wished to riucw his ch illcngo for tho llalatc 1 for next) car, asking that the races ho sailed as latoln II 0 seii'on ns possible tint there be llv 0 races instead of three, nml that If prac ticable ntleist two of them bo sailed oft Newport. 'Hie seeietii) was Instructed to uckuow ledge the receipt ot the letter and to sa) that when tho formal challenge of a cbnllengUig club was received, lu LtunpII nueu Mlth the terms of tho deed of gift, thu New York ) in lit ( lull would tnko formal action llieicon Mr lllchard Sutton was made an lionoiar) member nml n number of new membeis were elected. Ilcsolutions of regret wero passed lu lisped to tho death ot c Ctiunnodoio Win. II. Thorn is Convention ot' Arch I toot. N.vsiiv 11 1 1 , Ti s , Oct 12.). Thu Ameri can Institute of Ucbltictscloscd Its session jcsterdii), after fleeting tho follow lug officers- President, Ihoiuas X. Walter, Phila delphia; ticasmcr, 0. P. Hatfield, New York; fcc11t.1i), Cicorgo C. Mason, jr, Now poit, II 1, board of tiutrcs, II M Cougdon, l:. L. Little, Xnnoleon Udlruu (,r.d A. J. Dioar A resolution was un mi inuusl) ndoptid that tho Institute ofllclnll) request tho coiumlttco lu Congress to make cleai lu tlio h it Ion of the taillT laws that nil designs, books, models, casts, photo graphs and Iniplcnunts of nichltoeturnl vvoik be ndnilttetllntoAineilcafieo ot dut). Ti lot or (Vrilliinint iVnrJ. Ni vv Yoiiw, Ot t. 2J. 'Iho scioiul tin) of tho tilnl of Peitllnand Wmd win com menced nt 11 o'clock this morning beforo a crowded mint room. Tho prisoner was In ought Inlo couit by a wuideu of tho Tombs, Ho appeared cheerful nnd self-possessed, nud whin tho work of selecting n jui) was proceeded Mlth, he leaned on tho tablo nt Mhlch his couusel m 13 seitcd and lutein. 1 iitteullicl) to questions put to juiois. Hu suggesttd points fiom time to tlmo to his counsel, VjitoliftO o'clock two inoro Jurors had been sceilied fur tho trill of Perilluuul v md, making sl juiors In all VVllSOX.U, MEX'fiOX. Joltings A limit Ilnsldoiits nnd Wi.ll Kiiiimii Vliltuis. Ki Mm P How 1: ot lloston Is registered nt W1I1I.11 II. W. tfTon nnd bndo of lloston are sojourning nt the Pbbltt. PvbiMruu Josct'ii 12. McDovvi.ti called on the Sccictar) ot War to-day. 12. M Kt nii'i's, proprietor of tho CI11 eliinatl I 'ml uud St. Louis t'lnuaiclr Is at Wllhiid's. 1! M, I'vrrmiMiN of Philadelphia and Chnili k V,. Kliiihall ot New York uto ut Woimli). Mil. Jl 1 11 s Uomtz, editor nnd pub, Usher of Mm ISoldxboro' (N. C.) Uaumii i Is at the Metropolitan, Mlt, ami Mus. A, M. Osoion of Chicago nnd Mi uml Mrs. L. 12. Davis ot Suvnniiah nro nt Wtllard's. llu'itnsi NrvTivn llvunoi'tt ot Vliglnh vvns ieglsle.ul )csterd.iy nt tho I'lfth Avcillio Hotel, New loth. J. I.. Kiiim vt of Xow York nnd Mr. nud Mis Isuiie I plum ot Uml fiauclseo mu icftlstcicd at thu Aillngton. JfPGB W 11 1 1 vm Jambs of l'oria, III., vvhti Is n native ot this Dlslilctniidroud law In Judge Dav idgu'i, ofllio heie, Is n pioml ncnt candidate for the distilct uttoiue)shlp of the Chtcagotllstilct, llov. W 11 1 1 vsi Wivnovt of Minnesota, who has been stopping with friends In the ell) foi n tow days, Is going out to Winona nt once to nttcud to private business mat ters, llesn.ts that tho prospect ni 0 very f;ood tor tho spcudy eoinptctioii of the Mex eun (Viitial l.iillnmil, or which ho Is tho lilialdiut. A to polities, the ox-Soiiutor (ins 111 thliu lu sa), ecepl that he has noth ing to do Mlth 1 1 it in . Moilllllt.V (if IVllllMjlMllllU tlDKN, lliMiviTiiN, Pv.Ott aft 1 hu s'v Inu in font 1,1 live townships In thovvcsttiu pint of this count) aru iljlnjr ropldl) of 11 pocti 1 In 1 dlceate, 'Iho s)iiiptonu are loss ut up pttile, swelling of the ueek and bluish up piiiriinco of the lieud iimlTi lis It In iitl maliil Hint 'JOO have diid in Morrl and Potter tow ushlps nlono within n few di)s Otlici Lumen ate killing tin 11 niiluuls tu save llicm fiom tho dlseaso OUK CIVIC GAMjBRY. One of tho Host Popular Olliciala of tho War Department. CHIEF CLEltK JOHN TWESDALE. A Soldier In tli 11 l.nln Wur uud (IllltllllllO III lillM. Mr. .lohuTvvenliili'.vvhii hits long nml vvellillleil thu position ol Chief Clerk ot Iho Wnr Dnpniimcul, Is 11 nntlvu of I'hlltitlulphln nml Is II jean of ngc. After gi initialing nt Ihu I'hlliilclphlii high school ho engaged lu lucre uililo pursuits, mid suljciiic'!itly hccnuin an employe of the Coliiutbln Iron Com pany Kurly In tin' vrnr Mr 'I'weetlilo ciillslfil In Compntiy II of the riftccuth Jims Twii.nvii. I'eiins)lvnnlii Cavalry, nnd subsequent!) In Compaii) 1' of tho sninoreglmenl. He con tinued to seive with his loiiiiu md until de tallid for clerical duly at tho headquarters of tlio Department ot tho Cumberland, wbeio he icmalucd until April 0, lbill, lis lug In the Interval to the chief clerkship. Mr. 'iwccdalo was then oidcicd to Wash ington nnd enlcrcd upon the discharge nf dut) In tho Adjutntit-ilcncral's Office. His cniicr In tho Ailjutaiit-ncncral's Olllcu cm braeid each grade of tho classified service, and during It ho Bliidlcdlaw and graduated from the Columbian law school lu this city In Jantiai), 1MT3, bo vvns transferred to tho olllco ot tlio Secictur) of Wnr, wheio he has since coutlmi.ill) served hi various ea picltles, becoming chief rleik upon the death ot Mr. Ciosby oil Jul) 1, 1SSJ .Mr Twctdalo Is not onl) an efficient nnd sucecssful ofllrei, but also a vei) ngieo able, useful and popular number ot so clct). Personal!) lio Is us liaudsoma as lie Is courteous and gculil. He lias nlw i)s t iken a piomlneiit pnitln social and literary mntteis, nud Is a elite it t.loc-ulioiiM. to suvi'hAsv nu: i.v.uwiu ttlllmilK Tliilt I.eiillUK ltusebiillNIs Huvo Sneli it Heliuino on I'out. Piiovmrscu, it. I , Oct. tiJ. Quite n Licco vvns caused heie jestcrday b) the news that n scheme was on foot to sup plant tlio Xutlonal Leaguo and Amcrlein Association In tlio bascbill world. 'Ilia dan is to seme tho eo-opcritlon of profes sional ball pla)cis of note, nud to guaran tee each nud ever) 0110 ot them mure than $2,000 n sensou, width amount Is the limit to nopnlil nct)eir l) t lie existing organ izations, listenbi) a member of tho Ptovl- denco nine iceelvcd a letter which leads ns follow s ,V project Is on foot to havo thoplnvers ot sovital Leaguo nnd Amcrlenu ssoeIa tlon clubs to combine for the formation of n stock compiii) to have ocluslvo tnutrol of all legitimate professional pla)cia, toi tlio promotion nnd elevation of Iho national game throughout thocountr)." The litter further states th it a committee has been chosen to ndjust salaries, nud that pounds have been arranged foi In many cities, that inone) had been mlvaucod to foi in n stock comp ni), nud Hint it will 1m profitable for every 0110 eoniiet ted with It. "It has been decided lo pi) each pin) er $200 n month nnd givo him npeicentago of the net receipts of ull clubs in the association at tho end of tlio sc isoii " Iho communication sa)s tint Secictiry Young, President Sodcu ami President Day have been consulted with a vlow of pushing the project forvvnrd. It urges tho pi tjers to stand to eacli othci to tho bitter end. It Is said Hint tho persons who mo hick ot the combination icpicscut niorotliau$',00J,0l)) Hon Mr Lost IIIhI'WIi. Nv-uvnir, Ti.ss , Oct. 2J. Ocorgo Mcfirew, nu cstcnslvc fish inlserof Pulaski, 'I cnit , lost 7,000 lino Herman caip, worth $2,C(0, on Weducsda) night In a singular wii). Ho has two ponds, covering 0110 aero and two neies, icspcctlvcly. ltcccntly ho made scvcinl largo siles of minnows, wiih which to stock new farms, and was to de liver them vestculay. He drew both ponds to catch tho minnow h. 'Iho uppci and lmgei pond was drained W'oduosdi) It eontalntd tho laro ones and thousands of minnows. After the watci uiu off these Mciegathcicd lu baskets and put In hoves supplied Mlth v.. del In n nipo from Mc (Irevv's taiinii). At night (he w iter was cut oft for some oilier purples for a fow minutes, and bv n niKtnl e was nut tinned 011 again, and thousands of llsli died dining the night t'oinUi'lV I'llllllllf, lO.iWI). Coitsnas O., Oct. '11. l'ho canvass ot thoolllclnl vote on tho head ot thu Stato ticket, as icturncil lo tho Secretary of btato, shows I'oraker's plurality to bo 111,32'J. Leonard's vote was 2,0j, nud the total volo was ''JS.'-DO MSTiiiLT aurr.nxMV.xv xr.w's, Illlleis llt'Illg CnnslitiHl'il ) tlio Cillll- UllssllllltllH. A sldownlk will be luld nt Xow Jersey avenue uml 0 6ticet. 'Iho Cimunlssliiueis have nppioved the petition to lav n sldi walk 011 C stieet, be tween Seventh and Plghth streets noillieast. Hon. (leorgo P. Pdiniinds n quests that a gas-lump hu en 1 ted Immediate! nt tho Junction of (J stieet uud Massachusetts ave nue In repl) to n petition to ciect a gas-lninp nt Ninth nml I strict southeast tlio Com missioners ripl) Hint there Is 110 nppioprki tlou nvuilahle for the erection ot lamps. Iho Commissioners havo addressed n lot tui totliBsovcrnl heads ot Ilia Dlstilct of fices, not If) lug them to submit their re ports toi thu past fiscal car beforo tho loth proximo. Thoy nro also roqiiosted to mnke suili rcLOiiimeiidntlons as they deem suit able for tho good ot their ofllcos. Building penults havo been gi vnted to D D. (troll to erect a blo( k I eight brk It dwellings on W street, betvvenu Twelfth mid Tliiitocuth streets, lu cost Ml 000; S. It, Ktownlt, 10 elect foui tlAillliigs oil vv strtrl, between Ninth uud Tenth streets, s!l,WX), P. P 1 111 111 1, or,el two dwellings oil W rtut t.bilucni 1 uiuld nth nml Plfteenth stieets, .I,MKI, Thoiiia-, OHuuntll, eret t a dwtlllng un I Ichtli -.tieet, liLtween S and T stmts. 1 WK JlUiiiiUlluiicll, 1 1 ectn dwell In, ill 1 '.'hill, between S audi stieets, $1, l(t) Itti'liiln.v ol I5fiili:i'v n J'lutiei'i'. ' , 1 1 11 1 Kv , Ott 1 m I uu-rson, It it , I t b 1 iuiner, . hi, t, 1 his Ur'tl iniliii ti t 1 lut 11 tus been In good liialtuuutil ri-cutl) i4 y sVv. nn: i.oxdox svAxmi.s. Tin, Irlul nf Ihlllnr HI, ..lit fur At. llle Hull IIi.riiii, I.OMmN.Od 3 'l'lic dill nf r.ii lor SlencJ of tin- I'lil! Mull (Imctte uml Ihu oilier ili'fciitlnnls In the 1211nArni strong mac vvns begtiti this liiuinlug nt tin- Central Crituliinl Court, Oil llillcy, bcfoiclttslltc Lojies, iinil will probably lnsl n vvi ck. All the prisoners pleiuhtl mil guilty uml Iho Attorney (Iciicinl til oiuti openi'il thu ruse for the Ciovvn. A flex a brief review of Ihu fuse the Inking of Iho testimony of tlio witnesses fortho prosecution was piocecdul with 'Iho testhnoii) thus far ntldlictil does not tllffer mitirlnll) from Hint glviu nt the tircllinliinr) hearings. 'Ihu girl, Plliii Aimstroiig.Mlien eulletl to Iho slnnil, vvns cool and self possessed and gave hi r evidence li 11 clear and strdght foi ward manner 'Hit Judgo In ruling nun question snld that 110 motives were si nil i lent lo Jiistlfv tho taking of tho child w Ith out thu parents' consent. "If consent was filitnliit.fi b) fiuuiliilent means," ho eon tluuiil, "11 was tiintiumiiint touo tuiiHinl lu the c.vesof the law." 'Iho courtroom wis crowded nnd n Inign number hid gilliero.l iiintiiid thu tiitrnntes, but Iheso Merc soon nattered h) n dieucliliig rainstorm tint pievnllcil. nvii m vvs M ITllUllI.l). The news of the nllcinplctl minder of Pumler l'stmpp nt Copenhagen Mas with Ichlfrom I'rlnco Wnltlcmar nml otheis of tliebridnl pail) until after tho wedding dliintrand leceptlon nt Lu last evening. 0x1: to van m.'s.s. A .Nutuiliiim 4'liniiii t lu C'lili ago Shut 'iltlrt lllllllllg, Cllttvtio, Oct 21 Henry, nllas P.dd) Devlne, 11 vvell-knowii Ihlef, was danei ousl) shot ibis morning shoitl) nttcr n o'cltxkby llolcrt Ilruce, a private tlctec llve. Iliiieegavo hlmsclt up ut onco. He snld that he was passing a lodging house nt 1!! Washington stuet when a woman woai lug no clothing hu( her night dress ran out Fcicnmlng. "Minder." Ho nsked her what was the matter, and she replied lint a man was killing 11 worn 111 up slnlrs llnico Bivs that ho wenlto the second llotn, nnd nt Iho bent! of tlio st ilrt met Henry Devlne mid 1'tld) Hull, both thieves. De vine stiuek lliucn In the fate, nud when tho I liter tried to iltfiuil himself Devlno look n pall of brass knutkles from his pocket and mado nuotlicr ileiuunstiatlou, vvheii llruee find. Iho tleteellvo Is locked up il tho Central Million. He sa)s lie shot lo kill nnd hopos ho sucf ceded T he houso nt Xo, 1W1 W'in'i Inglon street Is kept b) 11 Mrs Davis, blio nml tlio Imnutcs of the house si) tint De vlne mus tho luvel otLlllle Vale, 11 bonnier. He hail a light with her Inst night and was leiillnghei, Minn n stivnutglil 1.111 out and Liicounleicd llruic Devlno was tnkt u Into n neighboring saloon, w hero It was found the ball had enlcietl his breast. He w as 1 eiiiuv ed to tho Count) Hospital llruee Is Iho man who three veils ago shot and killed Aiilhonv C'onnoll), a saloon-keeper, Ml o kept 1 lough result at 1 Inn Isoii street and I'ouith iiveniic. He h is h id an uusi vor) iiputatlou foi )eirs. Itcndluu HUH (.iiIiik; fp. Piill.viilii'inv, Oct 21 Tho stock ot (lie Heading liullro id continues to command hlgbei pilccs, and jcstciilay loached tho lilgbcst llguie since Hie ilso begin. II ran Ictvvccn 12 and 12 J .Mini) thousand shares of the stock were sent to New ork. Tho brokcis are almost 1111 minions lu tlii.li opinion that underbill is the tilled eiuse of theilsc, but all agree that Ilia present Is Hie most aellv 0 season the) Il iv o had slnco is?) It Is also asserti d that Vandeibllt. together with the Pciu.s)lvunla ltillroid Compiny, Is anxious to giln n lontrulllng lulhiiuteiu liL.idlng s ufliilis In older tu ict'iguulro the mail, scale the bonded debt of ?riO,000,(X.O and assess tho stock for twenl) leicent 'lo get such coutitil or leprestntatlon It Is neiisstir) to buv certain It nils ami tome slocks. It Is this factoi which Is snld to have stimulated the present iMiaoulluarv diuiiud for Heading securi ties. CimirrtN to llotiiioiiMiii. 'ItiltiMi, In , Oct. 2). Alotizo Johnson ni.il Snuiucl Mood), patrlaichil-looklng missionaries fiom Moimonland, have btcu holding nlghll) meetings Inn sihool-hoiiso on Iho outskirts of Iho town, endeavoring to obtain lonviits toSnlt Lake Vnlloy. bev einlof the village maidens had begun to takonllvel) inttrest In Moimonlsiu nnd poljgain) before the people wcio nw ikened to a sense of whit was going on. Xearl) twenl) jiuing gills are said to havo taeltl) loutiuted to sle d iway and Join tho bo llevirs lu Jonph Suiltli's prophecies Last evening fen tj nble-bodletl nnd indignant churchmen swooped down on tlio school house. A vollt) of cobblestones and rotten (ggs wero sent through the window, and follow lug tin (High Iho dour w cut the raiders 'Ihu Mutinous lied nml m uiu good their escape In thodnikncss ('mini limiting!' In Illluol'i Cmeve.0, Ocl 21 'iho gicitest diuina:o cutciprlso ever unilcrtal.cn In Illinois Is now advancing at the into of I0J feet u da) in Piatt Count). 'Iho cntlro length of tho iliatnago canal will be fifteen miles fiom the village of Ivisdalo on the Wabash ISall load to Mnplo Lake The wllth of tin canal will Le thlrt)-llvr feet anil its depth ttvin and tme-hilf feet Tho course ot tho cnnnl Is thiuugbla large tini t of low, Hit puilrle, subject to overllow In over) wet Mason uud having no natural dialnngc As fur useomplited the icsiiltsuf tho work are most satisfactory. 'I lie dredging procoss rinploved Is similar to that of I)lstou lutho LMrgladesof Plorldn. Tho work will re claim 20,0X0 ncus of tho richest firming lnud In the Stuto nud will gieatl) cuhaueo tho pioduetlvciiessot at least CO.OJJ neies uioie. 3II1S-S I'm1 Cnrillinil ?It'('l(Hl(ij. Ni.vv Youk, Oct 21 A solemn high mass of requiem for tho repose of tho soul ot Cnrdlnnl Mctloske) Mas oftcied )oster dn) In tho C liurch of tho P.plnhauy. A full choir, omit r the dtrcetlun of the organist. Mi. Davis, rendered parts of .Mozart's re quiem and Iho Dies Ine of Cherubliil At Ihe t liurch ot tho Holy Innocents a solemn high mass was also offered Tho sermon eiilogUtle of the deceased cardinal was prcnt bed b) Pnthcr Meljulik, and the mas ter ot the 1 lit monies vvns tlio llev. Mr Dovvnes. Hosa D'Priiu was the organist, nud nlso sang "Angels I'.ver llrlglitund I'nlr." Chcniblul's muss, with selections fiom llosslni's stnbet Mutei.Meroalio sung Mntstt'Il'M KjttliopliiMt. I.ntiN. Si. Liu is, Oct ,' I --It is repelled that Snuiucl N lliooks, the fattier ot Hugh M. Drinks, alias Mnwv ell, arrived in tho city )esti'iilu) llehnsuut)et visited his son. it Is sultl thut ho came In quietly (11 order to csiupe notoriety. A nun answering Ills deseilptlon was seen lu consultation with Maxwell's attorney )ctcrd.iy afternoon, llotli disappeared when thoy loarned that the icpoitcrs wero attempting to socuro an Intel view . Several w eelia ago a cablo dls patiliMus sent hum Loudon to the effect thiil Mr Ilrooks would Immediately stmt foi Aim-rtca lo leirn If thu man under ai Hit foi the Pn lloi uiurder wus tils suu. Tin' t'liicavo MnvlietH. C mt vt f lu , Oct. 2!!, Wheat opened qiiltt nnd weak with but small oiTorlugs A moderate demand caused au advance of K'il nuts with trade slow ut the alliance. Com vvu slcnl). l'oik u tilth) weaker on hciivv iieclplsothogs. W hi'iit ciiiitluued tame nnd tpilet vv 1th but 'till triuliig until 1,1,0, it 1101,11 when In 1 it tse 1 bii)llig 1u1lM.1l an 11 It nu c of , 11 uijl L,ntn of lie from opium, mil it .tii d ut a utile fin the) i.ili with urn 111O lcrMtime, 1 at null 1 Itauee. FOl'llTii DAY'S HACKS. Tho Track at Ivy Oity in Onl Condition. IttoBOWLINO 30tiO. Iliisim I) i' fen Is Vutmiln fm- lim I'nt,, nine Slntim. Coiiiinry lo general cfpcctutlon, yes loriluy vvns not Ihe riivorlte.' clnv. lloui l(u Coehrim vvns the only onr tint anno In iltiit. Probably lb- most in Iciest vvns (iiitcieil lu thu nm for tin Washington Slnkes. It us Uiokc 1 upon ns Colonel Hpriiguc's piit m thcie vvns 11 barrel full of liituiei pi it Ihnt vv'n). .lockoy McLAiighllii nt lilmsclf down In l(Vi pouiitls to rldfl Ctiaths pe), who wus looked upon by mam us 1 tiouhlisomo (timpctltor. It was ittpurlc I that McLaughlin had himself placed Hii in tliebt rue to win, and thoso who recihed this tip licnetlted Ihciuselvcs thoreby It wus iititlet.l that ubuut fifteen minutes In foil' the borsis were starletl Strnthspev s 1 1 tit id) boomed In the pools, ninny lietlg. 1 bulking to save themselves Iliruum hut cviulhlng his own way until the threi quaitcrpole was reached, when MeLaiuh lln tan btiathspe) for all he was vt 01 tli, soon throwing his mud In the eyes of tin list mid winning without much appirmt difficult). It was clearly McLaughlin's rnco. 'iho Btceplcrlinso was icmarkablo for a flue dlsplov of horsemanship on tho put of Wnlhir, m ho rode Jim .Mellow an. In clear ing one of the stone walls Jim Mcliownn fell, tluowliu Walker nbout fifteen feet forwnid W alker lauded on his bend, turn ing n pn feet snmeisnult, ns did the iiorse. llotli mound then feet nbout tho samti time, ami when Wulkei was remounted, all ot tlie others had suite our the field toward the next fitue. W Ithout getting his feet hi tho stirrups, W'ulkcr lode the entire course, finishing third amid great applause. 'Mil1 tt.icliijr To-tlnv. The excellent material entered In Iho Potomac and Congiosslonal stakes was enough to draw out tolvy Cltyngiln to day one of the largest crowds oven seen at thu grounds 'Iho morning's sun had tilled tho mud, and although the truck was not bar I, still It Mas In ver) fair condition Djfors the rices began Swift, llcrsan, liurch, Dob Mlbs and Heil-uiid-loo wcio the fnvorlti -, Daruum being barred fiom tho hotting in the heat race. Auction pools sold about a follows 1 list race, one mile Tony Pos'er 1 10 sO; Jcio) (IM). jfli; .Mellow ling (101), -.). Whitlsnll (TSj, t.-, Iliirbirn (U2), .", Sw.fc (101), T0, Hold, including Ho'ionn iM Moituunt (sti), IlutJicliltnloUOl ),l.onl I 0 .1 i (Till, Itoselle(Mi), Ilnicfoot lilt)), $1.1 Uitontl race Potumne Stnkos, IJ mlh -loiigvlcw (lli), tfJ6, Illclimoml (1!S, s.l, Uirsiin (llt), i-70, Volante(lis), ijrtO, Juliu C (1101, v-lU, llniinuza (HU), ir lliliil luce, mile Mlr.u 10.1), Mil, Lilv Loiui (OS), !,-,, llurcli ( Itrsi, tm, Lulu (S7i, baried. llrotil.MooiKlOCi, .k sun limn 11 (111), r,:,, HessiedOs), s.12. I'ouith rnee Coniriessltmil Stakts ! miles l'iniik 11 (Hfil, tld, Hob .Miles (KHi, m Saltpetre (r., 10, Po,teral (105), p), Hob ( oek (l)H), $T, Lnlgina (80), 80. I'lfth me Mllo heaU llarnum (llfli, I nired, Colonel Clnik (101), $11, Hool and loo (100). m, Whlzglg (1)0 , UT, 1,'ipil 1 (DM, W, olo(!i:ii, $21 Tin. wiwi.ns. The winner of the first rnco was Me llow ling, Ilnicfoot second, time, 1,171. Minimis, nil 10. Joe Cocton, n bookmaker, bought Me llow ling, the winner, foi $2,(H0. me wiuuiroi ino soconti race was linr- san, Volante second: time, tints 12 5". BOJ. Mu- 'iho winner of the third rnco iva.-, liurch; Ilctsle, sicoml, Lulu, thlrtl; time, 1 !U. Muluals tfU0 Mondnv ueit bus been set npattby the; Joekev Club as the National Itlllcs' race da) , iv hi 11 the t ntlre proceeds w III be donated to the lllllis' fair A meeting of the ladles who have tircipted invitations to take nu nctlvc p.-ut In thu fnlr will bo held nt thu arniui) iMtuidu) evening next ut S o'clock. All tho bunting nud blt)ele clubs nnd mili tary organizations In the ell) have been lu vited to attend the fulr The ctlltoilal nntl business management ot tho ('aii.m, tho fair newspaper, has been entrusted to Mr. Prank II. Nojesofthe i.uiiiini Mm, t'iiH'Innutrn .vv 'ilioit I, Ine. Ciminvvti, Ott 2) -IhoCII) Council of Ctivlngttm at n meeting last night, b) ortli naiiLc, granted the right of wa) through Hint city to tho KcnlueL) Central ami ( lusupcake it. Ohio lidlwav svstem to lav Hut I.h to the Ohio Illvct. It Is understood thai upon completion ot the tracks to tho rlui a steam transfer Hue will ho estab lished for nosslngat a point vet to bo ties Imnited and agreed upon. Tills will plaeo the lines named within tlio rallioad svstem of ( luclniiatl, with access to tliedraudCcii tral depot, uud will give Clmluuat! Iho shuitest loute to Xushvllle Oil I'tnnnl In Mluui'-ititn. HlieiWN's VMinv.MiNN, Oct. 2J -Iho neighborhood Is tonsldui ably otcitod uter the discover) of oil eight mllos nuilhuf heie. A bllo digging for watei ut n th ptli of tight) -live feet oil lu small quuulitiis Miistouud llepoitssn) fnbultiiis iiiIk- uu now being oilcicd foi tho land TI10-1 win pretend to know miv that Ihe oil found jiroves that tlie coal beds found some )i id ugo oast of hero utt ml mirth of here l'lui inedleiil propiitv if Hit uatirs, lu nddltltiu tu the oil uud coal, have I lullght eapltal'sls here to Investigate matters I'liiilsililug t'rliuliiul 'iiri'li"smieHs. Ni w oiih, Oct. 2.1, Tho Inquest over Ihe tight victims of tho Ilaoketis icV Meadows tollislon of Huudn) night 1 1st wus bigun )stcrdiiy After honrliig sov end wilutsscs Curoncr Iluglios oitlerel Huwiird Ilhondcs, Dagman ot tho emlginnr I ruin, until r nn est, lu uwalt tlio actl in uf Ihe giuiiil Jurv for criminal carelessness tu 1 ot going buck em the track with a thing 1 slaii.il v.liin the train came to n stop ,n tin main truck. Telegruph operatoi I 1 1 nleu lemuluslii custod). A Dfbntf A limit 1)10 PioHltlt'iil. C vMiiiunop, JUss., Oct. 2J lAot ul hi tho Harvard Lnlon debated the question, "Hi solved, that Pi esidctit Cleveland's d nilnlstratlun Is and Promises to be in iho Dilution of Heforni." Tho SDuokei in the nfilinuitlvo held that tho President li 1 1 followed both tho spirit aud the loinr ,.r the Civil fccrvieo law, Tho vote on tlm merits of the question stood before the de bateaffirmative, is, uegatlve, .17. Mtu the debate alllrmatlve, M, negative, 51. This Ariuj orXoitlieru liglul.t. ItleliMOi), 1 , Ott ii -lioneral II II Hill of Noilb I un Hun m 1 It the annual ad dices lust uluht In foi elite sun Ivors ot Uiu Ami) of Noitheiu Mig'nla Ills Btil)ot was the "Confediiute Soldlei " Hernial .liilul Purl), vtliii wis pietent, excused lilmsilf fit m'makliu, a speech, (louei.il I IMuuli I te, the piesldent of tlie associa tion, tlttlliitd 11 tkttlon fm tlio ousiiiu I, nn l.ciicrul W 11 Taliaferro of (.1 u I I sti 1 w us ilio-en lu his place. Ilipomrris'ltlll Iit-Hlioji'd li) rii-e. Pirisituie., Pv., Oct. 2J, At r o'eli Hits uu 11 lug Hie, caused b) cmoh ss u 1111I11111I t,'ns. 1 lol.oout lu the hug bin ml lott factor) otOllvei Hrotheis A ( it llcavir lulls, Pn Ihowril s wci ilvu n--il te dit.ctvut of 10,000, fll)) Ill'UtlJ. PHHHHHHHHHHjF'WHH