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Obitio SOTH YCVU--VlIOIiI2 NO. 5,971 WASHINGTON, 0. O., FRIDAY EVENING, Stil'rntfUUU UO, 1837. 1MU0I2 TWO OUNTi. "Washington H E IM1()H11'( 1 Us Tim limotyth comiaxw of DISTRICT or COLUMBIA. Licensed, by tlio Ma cent hater lilnllns Conipiny and Tho Nnltonil Tjpograplilc Company, Tho Ltnotjpo 1'iintliiB Mflthino bavins been perfected atil mado a commit, flit fact, It I proposed to foini a compini" uinlci lho laWS tit THIS DISTRICT OP C0LUMI11A wlln n capital of oxn HUNiinni) thoihxi doll mis, fir Itio puipoaoof fn rut -bins to nil (loucrt nt custoinrrs, at a largo reduction fi-om tho present crust nf typo-ROtllng dllTciciit , VArjniiLs or iiodv lliti:k of any i(n.ulml length nf line. It lins btcn considered that tho llim of cstablUhlna i a rrNTRAL orncn Jrnm which leading mittor In tho dluienl sizes of Icttei FROM hMVLL 1'ICA TO AG-ATR ran bo fuinMird lu mi) quantities In ftis lomrrfl almost nimn demand, li ltrefi riblo to an other inci titnl of opr-rnllnit Till! LlMnYl'K MACHINE, at Icat until Tiin Miniar.xTiiALni: company 15 ablo to approximately aupply tbo pies cnt demand for ncwupupei ntl Jub otlleo plints; a audi a rtan will rimno ji ron tlnuoiH woildng of tho machine under In tcllleoiit direction nnil theicb, ensitro Tim lalofst rossuiLi: rilODUCT and tho madual education of a largo cla3 of Bltllled onrinloio It 1 pitKised, therefore, to tnleo tho limited number of machine that can bo obtained at prccnt, a tho mitlciu nf tho cAtablUhment hero, and In ordei Hint tho largo number of poison Interested In THIS GIIEAT MP.CII NICAL DUVICR may bo accommodated, tho capital sloclt of tho Company ha been lriarnl at oxn nuNmtnn thou&ni dollars, a ftRU"o ample foi tho uoulrctucula of a ju-oballo buidocs?: tho tnailnium subset lp- 1(011 being lelilrtcd to OM3 HUXDRRD si i arts at tho par valuo of Twcntj fivo Dollars per tdiaro In ordi r lliat tboo pnon whoo pros cnt emploj ment h lllttlj to bo affected by tho Introduction of A LAIJOU SAVIXO INVENTION of fiueli great eipaclt) n Tim LiNOTTn MAcinvr. tuny avail lhemclves of It advantage, It ha been determined that practical pilntm and compnallot! ma nibseilbo upon the amo term as tho 01 (Until jtromolen ol tho device, tu Iho extent of nvn iiundrrd emiir.s of tho proposed capital Motk, In such amounts n they may fipplj foi, not to c cecd flvo dnre to nnj ono pcioon tiii: LiNOTrn maciiikr las been In Hiicccftful mm at Ion In ono of tho largest nnd mntt pminlnent newspaper olUce-i In tho country lor neatly a soar, nnd now tin 113 out finm 11tj to 8ecnt flto per cent, of tho Ijpo useil In Un com position, diily. A laigo rirctl bonlcof 500 pages, and numeitms pamphlets of 1IIIT01 eat frizes of lype, hao nlso been pilntol bj K Its dally woilUneln thoso dlircient P1LLD& op ivnon has been caieiulh ptudlcl and such minor lmpiot mints nnd ihinucs as hae been BUtgeslrd bao bicil ullctl fiom 1 1 mo to tliuo, until IhodcMco U row bdlccd to bo rdlaldo for ull classes of woilt. for news papoi ns well as for jb ofllco pin rosea 11113 mi:ugi:ntiialp.u company (s tho mamifactuili.g company, and tho NATIONAL T POQIIAPHIO COMPANY Is the patent organization nnl ownu oftlio fifty or nmiep ttent4-einbia(ln mom than ono thousand dMInct claims bi which Iho Unotjpo inadilno Is piotectcil 'ilils mi chine, Iho mauufaitmcM am toulldcnt, U cepablo of producing contInuou-.ly im UV VAPILTY OP 110DY U.TTnil. a) rihllnguMicd from laigo dl"pla tpo, In bats of n Mucin lino of am icuulud width of column, icadi for Iho pita& at a pi I co IJ Si THAN 1IM.P Till CO-sT of ordfnarj mmpnlllou nnd mmcilor to band toiiipotiIon In oen icspttt, whtlo lddlns to tho paieid totupuA, cen at this gicit ielticilou, a fill miiilti for tho mo of Its Inionilon-. audio IMP, UNOT-iPll COMPANY of Washington a good tncomoupuii tho cap Ital linUd iho Washington Uuoljpo Compan) will bo Iho flist oiganlzel opciat Ins eonipanj (o tako tho llild It has ul icatly Kcuied foiu of tho 'JOO mavltiiica now In piocms of const iiicllou. Laclt of tlico machines, W ITU A bINOLU OPT.RATOR. can tuin out fnmi 10KTY TO ITPTY TIIOUfXD P.M oerj clfcht houiii, and, bi tlio emploj nent of ulajs of opt 1 at 01a, Is capable of n ilally product of fiom ono htindutl and twenu to ono bundled and lift v thousand cms This iroduct li udaptcd to nil UasC3 of ncwspipcr, book uud Jub voilc-tlici than Ulsptaj Including udci(Uoments of Iho chaiacter of this pioapectus: us will mom clcaily upncai upon examination of Iho noiL alieadi Ouiio bj tho inadilno. It is bIloed that onl 'JO pel cmt of iho amount subsrtlhel, tfl n sliaio, will bo needed In put tho Compain IN fclCCl fcMUL OPERATION. utid (his aiuouut will bo called far In tuo Inslulineuts, tho Hist of if 2 '0 pri Minto within ten das from tho duto of ubdciln Mon, and the bulaiuo In thliti dus I lit 10 aftor. htibncilptlons will bo iecdeil dally, up on tho turns of IhU pmspeelui ut tin. tern poiiiy o(llec. of (ho Coiupnm. 1IOOM CtJ POS1 HUILDINd, between 10 u in, and iv 111 from Tmrs ila), hcplembet COtli until October Mh. In clutlvo b Mi, i; V, Muiih, uhu hasbieu 0i Ice ted as timpornrv troouici. If Iho itubfri1utloiis exte(vl fuiir (lion Baud bhaies, Iho umount of tho capital ftoclc, u pro tutu irductlon will bo modd as far as pracllcabl' This adeitlsement Is pilnled fiom bais produced by tho Llnotjpo niachlno In tioti naild tjpo. II. V MUM'UV. Tempoiaiy Treasurer, Itoom It), Part ItulKlInc, Waehlnclon. D C. TIip l.timidrj men'H nnoeIutlnii, Tbe National Laundryrocn'A AsanclaMoa will bold their fifth convention at tho Ar HpRton, Monday, October 10, contloultiif four iU)a, Tho four precetllng cotiven tlons were beld at Chicago, riilhidi.1 pbla, Boston and CIneli ntl Iho association Is deoted to tho alnoce incut qt I bo tutrrcfts &f proprietors of etcam Uuudrlrs throughout tho country, aiid lias about 300 mtmbtrs, Tho Irst Wntt'P Cuml'. Tho case of Martin vs. tha District of Columbia, to restrain tbo enforcement of tie new water rate, was to-day onlyrel by Judge Merrick to bo beard In Uenerallerw In tbo Qrst Instance YlTllM Filed Tii.dny. Tbo will of Eliza mil was dial to day, lcavlDg tier entire eitate to her sister. Ine will of M. I), Ilcaley was also filcJ. Ho UftTca all his property to til wife. GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. Attorney-General Garland on Ilis Way lo Washington. BOND OITEniNGS TO-DAY. Iho Ban Carlo Indian Troubles The Now I l&horlos Commission, OENEHAL AND PnRSONAL. Sccrottiry Fatrchlld nt Ills Doak. 8ccrttary Palrclilld resumed his ofllclal du ties to do . Pub'lo Dobt Roductlon. Tbo reluc tlon of thopuVMc debt for September will bo about 10,003,000. Bond Offerings To-dnj. Tbo bond purebsses by tbo lrnury in to 3 p. m. to da) but ellflblly ixcce kd $10,000. Tlio San Curios Troubled. Ciptiln Pierce, In command of tho San Carlos Indian Agency, has inado a report to tho War Do I ortmeot on tho recent reported troubles at that agency. IIo confirms tho latest press dlpnlcie, and says tbo six Indians arc await nj trial. Tho Pnoumatia uun Carriage Tbo board appointed by IJccrctary Whitney to nport upon tbe pneumatic gun carrligo aid other devices ha rccommondel that tbo pncnmatli. system bj apptdjl to the monitor Terror, and that tlio Government puitbaio odo of thcgUQ carrlat(0i If satis factor). Mr. Qarland Ueturnlnff A Little Keel: special to tbe New York 7A.raUsa)s that Attorney General (larlanl came la edncsday from bis tmntloK loJgo, a few miles from ton d, Intending to spend somo dbjs v, lib friends here. Upon bis artl at ho recelt cd a telegram calling him Imme llately to WflfblcRtou. lie btarted for this city yesterday morning, Advnnclns Public Monoy. Tbo First Comptroller, la answer to a question raised by Ucn. Macfeety,wblIo acting Secretary of U ar, has decided that no advance of public money can bo undo to any ono for any pur pose whatever, unless tha President by bis order directs tbe samo to bo doQo, aod thit tbls ad anco should not oxceod the penalty of the disbursing ofllccr's bands, except In si cclal casts. Tho Flsherlo? Question. Tho Presl fleet has announced tho selection of Wra. L. Putnam of Malno and James II. An gel I of Michigan &s tbo representatives of this (lovt-niQJtnt, in company with Secretary Hajard, lo tbo negotiation with Urltlsu rep rcsmtatlves for tho settlement of tho Canadian and New louudland fisheries dleputcs. Hotli of these gentlemen bavo accepted tbo appointments. Mr, Putnam has tor two years beeu employed as United States counsel la cases arising under tho disputed turnery laws, anl Mr, Angcll Is president of tbo Michigan University nnd was a representative of this Government la tbo negotiation of tho Chinese treaty, Mr. Putnam Is a Democrat and Mr. Angcll a Itcpubllcun, and they aro selected as rcpro eeutlug the Astern and intern States la ttrcttid In tbo fisheries. It Is understood that tbo negotiators will meet In this city about November 15 Jsotulmr dell nl to was duldtd upon at tbo Cabinet meeting yoster (laylurtgard to tbo financial policy of tho Ad ail List rat Ion. It was assumed luitalo fjiiate action has been taken for tho present, and f utiiro action w us left to Mr, IVlrchlld s discretion. Minor nnd Peracn il. Assistant Trcaturer Whelpley has re turctd from his vacation. Ptputy Third Auditor Welsh li rccov crlcg from useilous Illness, Irtderlc P. Curtis hu been appointed postma-ttrntOookly, a. bupetlntendent T IL Naih htm returned from a short visit to bis homo la hconslo. ThoCoverBment revenues for tbe month of September will agrtgato naarly SIV C0O.COO Chief Clerk Youmns of taa Treasury Departmtrt rtturoel to tin tit) aulto his desk to day, AMant Secretary Miijnirl left the city to day for bU homo lu Now York State, to koLone until Tuesday. Tho IVcstdent his appolntel Henry 11 oM nf Ohio lobo receiver of public wgue)sat JiuITalo, Uyomlng. Nearly two millions of three per cent. Government bonds aro still outstanding, although tbo last were callcl and Interest stopped on July 1 A letter was reaelvcd at tbo Troisury ytsterdaj from a llerlln capitalist, asking whether Confederato bonds would bo re deemed If presented, Tbo Treasury bond purchasoa yesterday Bggreeated $40VJ30, mulilng f'i,77J,70d pur chased under tho new circular. Upon tbtEQ purchases thn (iovcrnment has netted & prolitof $3,J0Q,000 PERSONAL HENim lovcmonts of (miillliir Paoplo nt llomu itud Alirotid Mn FmmC Foof Uudilo anl Now otk city, Presldeut Cleveland's tailor, arrived In tbls city to-day Mu DuidH McKircot this city left Paris last blgbt fir tbo Ualtcl States Ma Ant wet p. Mrs, McKeo will remain lu Hu rote, btlestoo ill to accompany berhui band. IK. K. IL Heaton, nephew of Stato Senator Heaton of Loudouu Count) , Va , Is ipcndlog a few days tu tho city, whilst ou bis way to New Voik cit, wbero ho Is stulyln mcdlelne, Miss NanmbG PooitE fin 1 Prank M (!ate were wttrrlid yusterld) bj lltv J, U Pi try at LWJ ltlj;js ttreet wedlloc IrtaKfatt was fertel anl tbo couplelelt for a Utgtl) bildl tour North and Wcjt, Kulcilptloi) to I.tutiii po Hrock Tlo attention of praetleal pilntcrs Is called to Uoauncunccuuntelsovtbcro made by tbo treasurer of tjo I lootjpe Com pa 11 1 to the tlTiet thut &)J fchans In this ci uipauy Lave been set apart tfpeclilly Tor lb tlr lentllt anl and on tbe samo turns its clvtu tn all other subscribers Iho Inw si me-ut premise to baa goo I one, as the tew machines will ucdoubtellv bo ndopttd b) Iho lcadliig publUh era cf tho ennitrj, anl no prlittr who bss a little money to spare can put It wbire It will bo moro certain of a hut tiiouiD return 3lnirlao I.Iiciincps, Marrhgo llc-t scslmu 1 uuu Usual as fol low ei William U Walters, clt), nal Uer Ibi JloUnt, IMiIli re, ItlllHid II. Ilurke and t'arjllno (Isrreit, Atijiittus 11. Ujwo hi d Uttta II U luohue, Weslmorclan 1 Cuiintj, Va., Paul Lloa an! Mary P. Hrowu, Uttlllmuro. Iho ldbrnrj Ititllillutr, J. L Smltbmt-)rr, urchltict of tho Con ercBttonal 1 Ibrury building, states In bis an nual rt poi t that tho U undatlons w HI bo fin U-bed by Jauuary 1. Tbo butllln will rover 111,000 square feet, and will bo tbo largcttlu Wafblogton, with tbo exception ot tbo Cupitol HuaalmU Porsonntltleri, 1 ho Senators aro homo again, Today tbcv will "do up" tbotlUntt Just to tliow tbo Washington pcoplo whit they can do. lhlsisttratght. tiii; hni.vnmw wllvohe. Tho rxeeutlte Coinmltteo Hold An I mpnrtimt Meeting, Tlio commtttco bavlng tlio Shepherd cele bration In cbargo aro making rapid progress and tho trouble with tbo Federation ot Labor, which at one llmo seemod serious, Is t bought to have been averted, Tho ex eeutHc committee bell a mooting hit night In parlor 10 of Wlllard's Hotel. Tbo first business cooslderc t was a pUu of deco rations submitted by Mr. Moxley. After a discussion tho plan was adopted. Iho committee then went Into executive session to const ler tho trouble with the labor organizations. When tlio doors were reopened tbo following resolution, pre scnted by Mr, Wra Dickson, which makes everything right with tbo Federation of Labor, was adopted and given to tbo pub lie; Awtfrr , Tint t ropoa1 1 0 Ini It for tho construction of tho review In utan t, avor l Ingtothoplnn to ho submitted, tbo commit tcu rcse rvln? tbo right to rojeet nny bid Tho Finance Commtttco reported that subscriptions wcro coming In lively and that tbey expected to ma lie a good showing when they mado their final report to-morrow night. Albert (lleason and 11, P. Watrous bad presented checks for $100 ami $10 respective!). Major Thomas P. Morgan being absent from tho clt), Major A, 0. Klchards was designated to act as cbalituaa ot tbo Com inlltci' on Order. Mr. L II. N eume) er was appointed an additional member on tbo Commdtco on Fireworks. Thecommltteo adjourned to meet Satur day tight at 7 tl, when several Important reports will be presented, Mr. (lleason stated to a Cuma reporter that bo would continue his 1 reparations for tbo parade, but If tho committee shoull de cide that It woiiM be belter for him to with draw, be sboiill do so without any 111 feel ing IIo wanted to see tbo celebration a (ticccss, ard woul 1 do nothing wllltogly to obstruct thoso having the matter lo charge. Mr. McUarty said ho was sorry that any dlLTereoco shoull occur between tbo labor organizations and the committee. Tbe demonstration westo bo a welcome to ex Governor Shepherd by tbo people of Wash ington, v, libout any rezar 1 to labor unions. IIo was In favor of lettlDi tbo organizations cut. Mr. Moore, chat rm in of tho Committee on Clvlo Dlfpliy, sild tbo Ubor organlza tlons would he out In force, as bo bad been given assurance on that point Tbo members of the old National KMss oflMUmetat 1411 G street last evening Tbo question ot parading as an orginbci tlon In tho Shepherd celebration was dls caused, but no decision reached. 1 be Continentals havo voted to turnout In tbe Shepherd parade. Twenty four companies w HI piralo If di rected. Mr K. Kurtz Johnson, tho chairman of tho finance Commtttco ot tho (lovcrnor Shepherd demonstration, desires all mem bt is of tbe committee to return their books acd make a final report on BaturJay even ing nt 7 J3 o'clock, at parlor 10, WilUrd's Hotel. t DISTRICT GOVERNMENT NEWS. ThoComml-sloncrs lavenotlflel Mr, J. Fred. Kelly, la re pen so to bis communica tion of tho 11th Instant, that tbo water was cut oft from premises 330 Four-and n half street 0 or lb west forty eight hours after tho usual notice was served. Tbe rent being paid after midday on tho day on which tbo water was cut off, It will remain cutoff until the penalty Is paid. Saautl Hobs has been appointed to tako cb&igo ot tbe Morguo at $-10 per month. The Commissioners Issued an order to day amending tbo schedule ot water charges Ihretoforo photograph galleries wcro not scheduled Hcresfter they will bo charge 1 In accordance with the following order. "Photograph galleries slult bodlvlled Into threoclusses, aul bo ruspeetlvely charged $20, STi and 10 each, accorllng to tbertli th e extent of tbelr general bus! less " Uu Idlog Inspec or Latwl'o has ravlo a report to Colonel Ludbw 011 tho condition cf tho Police Couit cells. Ho btatcs that tbe) aro lighted b) open Iron-grating doors frcni tbo passage, mil asldo from tbelr position tbey are well constru"te I, having cement floors, tbo most Improved cell water clorct and are fufileleully vontl lattd, but nut welt lighted They aro so coLSttucted that they cm bo wearied out, acd It tbcv aro fill by It Is tho fault ot tho person having charge of them Iho position of there rolls cannot bj cbangcJ, us there Is not a foot of had bel mglcg to tho prim Ica on wt leh they phi ba pin el. It woull be it great advantage, says the Inspector, If a piece of Uu 1 In tin re ir ot iho W ubster law bulldlLj couU ba obtained uj which to locate tLe ct-Ms. l.Wltl A&V .V 1W1LU1M1. II10 l'rogrois rf iliu City lu Iho I. lit Nine Vcarit, Uulldlog Inspector Lntwhle, at tlio sug gestion of Colonel Lullow, has mado tbo follow leg annex to his annual report. This statement shows tbo Increase tn building Improvements from tho first year ot tbo present form of clt) government. A'o Jlwtihnjs. 1iifuifio. WTO BU Jfl.TJVlJ 1SV0 t30 J,lJi,')75 1HI, . 10 l,b)l)70 lb&J 0J1 SIW'RJI 1W )IG J 3 II, Ml isi 1,1'M a,8i,nsj Jfc-1 1,077 4O07.2J1 1V-0 3,104 S,J3 i7i 1--S7 S,IW 7,10J,b41 (rnml .Mir, Indie tmeiitH, Tbo grand Jury today rcturool Indict nieuls pgalcfit Joseph Gates, bouiebreiklug folbeds), usldecco ot Albert M Noyot, CbBttcA Hackcrson, housebreaking in tho day, rcshlcrco of Harriet Kbodcs, Peter Hlgps, assault to kill tieorgo Jackssn, Sam uel Walker, miauH to kill Itjbcrt Wilson, Joseph la)Ior, assault to kill Liwronco Halle)-, Frank I) Uiys, assiult to kill P.l wardP Hughes, Albert I tc hoi burger, m sault to kill John T Mirmiu, V.lliiimll Jacktou, larceny of borto from CharKs tlai t, 1 t-mtiel U'tfgJ, assault to rap a lc loila Staler It hilt tlio Ofilt 4-1 NirH. Complaint lias been made that tho police lao lUeifcred with Iho Ordway 1'UIlS wl Ho drilling lu thn evening on tha streets. Pulheman Lamb states tbat bo clmpl) rpoketothe gcnllcma t giving tho cooi tn&nds, and n qui sled blm not to speak Bd toudl) lorlt aniio)idilm reHeTitot I.Ighth lrcet, rppml 0 tho P sf tttlVo Depart intLt, on which street they were drilling. IfomliMiHI tu n Hall I'mnp Iuoanmuiit, Im, Sept 30 A bomV shell bas bte 11 ex( loded In li-al bjso tall t belts Iv the ludklment of tlio I igtcs pott ard Danville teams for playing a giwo ou blinds, Sept ember Id Mauuirur Swalo ard Uni Ire Hargravu have alio ticou lo dieted II e tuonaiurdand all the local nine witu arrcstnl jestonli), wlisn the lullct uu nt was reiortcJ and all secured ball anl nta release I lltehni'l nnlu.ttiIs'N, hew Yoiiii, bept JO Mlcbiel JUvItt ar rive lla tbo clt) tils morning on tbo Urlt 1 an etc 7 he ship was docked at 8 11, und Mr IMUteame athore, dlnctly eotorcl a esnlao anJ was drlveu oIT with somo filci ds. In llfw I'nthri'H tooHtcpM EW Oklesns, Sept 30, Samuel llol ertsonwas jeBterday nooiluati.1 tot Con greesb)tho Democrats ot to blxtU Lou Maita dtalilct to succeed his tatber,wbo died a few months ago, llllll. I. IIIIX HlMlll IllTll Nnw Yoiik, Sept 30 Itccordor SmyPi to-day sentecced Daniel M Lyons, tho stayer or athleto Joseph Qulan, to bs hat (ied ou ovcraher ys next. Amotion for a new trial wos denied. THE PRESIDENT DEPARTS, Off for tho West to Grow Up With tho Country. SCENES AT THE DEPOT. Tho Train With Its Dlatlnerulshod Party rullo out nt 10 o'clock. Tlio clouds which havo overhung Washington for stntral daya dissolved In time to let tho sun sliluo brightly nnd all nature smile onlbo departing rrcslelcnllal ptrty this morning. !ven In tho sombro car-ehed or the Haiti more and Potomac depot Iho sun's rays dun ced nnd spirhlcdon tho glided cars, tbo shining metal nnd I bo polished cut glass windows of the I'rutdculhl train, and from the1 burnished locomotUoand Iboghss conerMUory to Iho rear cur of tbo "special" tho effect was that of u etttable pnhcc ou wheels. Day had scarcely dawned when tho workmen began tbelr work of giving tbo pilallal cars their final cleantiii and the flulsblng touches to the Interior arrangements. 1'ariy lu the morning great baskets and bouquets of roses wcro borne in and placed on every avail .blottb'o and Icdgo In tho two cars which wcro as signed to tbo PrcMdcntlal prtr. Tho llonuswcro thu girt ot Mr. I'uPnnn, with bis coinpllincnts, to ilrd. Clevo land Uy 9 o'cloclc all was In readiness for tbo urrhalof thodlatlngulshcd tourists. A few fmored guestswcrcbclugfihown tbrousli the triln, which occupied the central trncU In the depot. Tbo locnmollvc "Xo -10' with Knglnter Frank Girvci la cbargo, stood nearest to tbo depot, nnd attached to It wero the private cir of Mr. l'ul1 man.tbo parlor 1 est' bule cars "Alfarntt" "Velasco," and tho ordinary paiecnger car which kad coucycd tho necessary trainmen from Haiti more and was designed to return then to thit place. I'aastng through tho train It would hae been impossible to detect the omission of n singlet detail of the np polntmcnts ot a Urst clasi hotel. It would Indeed bo ill Hi cult to conceive any comfort, convenience or luxury of the White IIousu which htr not its cquhalent lu tbls temporary and movable Kxccullvc Mansion. Iho electric light throughout tbo length of llio train rendered every po1 lion bright and lent brilliance to all Ibe rich effects nf decoration anl tho flowers distributed with such pro fusion. It was about half pistl) before the first members of tbo party made their appearance. At tho White House tho final preparations had begun very early, but the uepaituro was not made until a tbbort time before the appointed hour. .narsuai tviiEon was ono 01 inc urst persons to appear at tho depot, and tho Chief of Police with a large detail of men, were among early nrrlv lis Grad ually a great crowd gathered and through it Secretary ratrchlld mado hlswny with dllllculty to be on baud lo Buy "good bye." Colonel aud Mrs. Lam on t nnd tbelr children wire tbe next arrivals. Mv, Hlsecll nnd Dr Hrjuot time together, becrctary Whitney amio alone, aud Secretary Kmllcott also nrrhed by him self, soon followed by Secretary nnd JUss Hijcnl Among others nnlvlng were Mr Harry, tbe superintendent, and Mi llitdwin, ihe'piiscagcr auat, of tbo Pullmau )t,iem, and tho three newspaper repicseiUatlves who were to accompany tbo pirtv M. DeUriw, reprceenuillveof the LnltuI Picsa, Mt Illckford, re'nreentinj tbo An-jotlited Press, and M". Itudscra, 1 special artist for JItiijut n I. an tf all the arrivals came those In wlirun Intercut centred. The President s cirrlat;o drove uo to the II street door and the Picsldcat and Mrs Cleveland entered tho station by tbo public entrince' Iho PrciUcnt wote tbe customary Prince Albert suit of bKcl;, bh L lie md hUh black hat. Mrf Cleveland was nttlred In n travul Ing dress of brown silk, f prigged with white. Ilcr round maroon brlmmol hut was trimmed to match, and her hands were encased In black lace gloves. Accompaujlng the President and his wlfu was Mrs PoUom, dieted almost enilrely In blacl; As tho party advanced acrois tbo public room, thcPrebldent went alio id, with Marshal Wilson and Pasieuger Atmt Ildldttln Tho ladlei willtel together und Mrs (levcliul's mild followed, ns did the Presidents v .let At the gato Mrs. Cleveland reo n!fcd Mur Carson, tho gallant co npondcut of the Philadelphia fa tj , and laid her hand upon his arm in tbey advanced up tlio phtform. ltcacldng the train, tho crowd fell back ond Mrs Cleveland smile 1 nnl nodded lo tho numerous bswlnbcids which she recognized, nnd the Prcsl deutlnl party entered the saloon of the elegant ca1 In which their day travel Is to be done Here tho Cabinet wcro grouped tosiy good hyontid thu fire wills vwru gratefully and graciously e banged Il was not many minutes before thoo who wcro not to accompany tho parly began to leave tho train, nnl it wnsixactlj 10 0 clock when thovvheels Uguu to revolve. Mrs Cleveland had b) this ilme tal.cn a small bouquet of rofis from ntiblonnd seated ItiraiU bv awlrdow, while the President followed his guests to tho car phtform ns they alighted 'I lie eperlil train glided out of thedepot ns bats wcro waved, and a cheer went up Iroiuthe ciowd Its passengers wcro tbo President ond Mi Cleveland with vilet and mu'ii (Vdonet Lininat, Mr HUiellanl Dr Ilrvnnt, Mr lhrryaidMr Ihllwln ofibe Pullman Comniny, Messrs lllek ferd, Deduwnnd l(ouora of Iho J uir nnlisllc fratrrnlt) 'llio conductor In cbargo was C A llarllek Marshal Wilson ccorlcd Mrs. Polsom back lo her carriage, Mr P tire hill acconi pnnhd Mr-i Lnninnt, and the crowd gradually dlipciecd tuuAMir n if ttm lluw Titr, liDruttn WeUomcd tho lrol dent, Uvtiivoiii., Mi, bept. H) Presl dent Cleveland's special train nrrlvcd nt Union Depot nl 11 10 this morning Plvo hundred people had assembled at tho depot, behlud the iron railing, Lo ico tho ( hlcf MngUlrnto nud bis wlfu Most of tbo spectators were ladies A squad of policemen were on hnnd to preservo order Mr C'luvclmd took no direct notlcoof tbo crowd, except ouco, when ho raised his hat. Neither ho nor Mrs. Cleveland appeared on tbo outstdo ot tbo car, hut viewed tbo nseeinblaga through tbo plain glass wtndowsof their car. There was no cheering on tho part of tho peoplo. James Kcrnati approached tho Presl dent's car nnd pounded on tho window beside whlth President Cleveland was silling, nnd intimated hy bis gestures that he vvnnlcd tho President to address tho crowd 'Ibis Mr. Cleveland by a sbnkoof tbe head declined. Mr. kcr nan then hoarded tbo cir and shook hands with Mrs. Cleveland in such a way as to mako n Poraiter sick with envv. Ifo then stoutly slopped tho President on tbo back, to tho evident amusement of tho latter, at the samo llmo saying ' Grovy, old boy, I'm glad to see you, nnd repented his Invitation to tho Prc9 Idcnt to mako n speech. Tbo crowd stared nt this phenomenal display of gigantic cheek, but was convulsed with laughter. Passing Loudon Park before reaching llaUtmore, the train was heartily cheered by n gnng of "navvies" The train steamed out of Union Depjt with n fresh engine nt It 15 In I'etmHjIvnntn. Yoiik, &ept. 0 Tho Presidential train passed hero at 1 15 p 111 JlAimiiutJiui, Pv , Sept !!') The Presidential train left hero at 2 -J p. m aci roLiiics ix oiriai:. federal lntptojtH Inhibited from lormlttR Stato AiMictiitlnn. At n meeting of tho Illinois Demo crallc Association last evening a long letter was read from Commissioner Gberly, in which ho takes tbo position that tho vntious Stato associations lu Washington, composed of employe of the Government and organized for po lltlcal purposes, arc In contravention of tbo civ 11 scrv Ice law. 1 ho following cMrncts from tho letter contain tho gist of Judge Obcrls decision WHAT THE I IW BAVS. Section 1 1 of the Civil Service act provides tbatno txeeutlvo officer, and no clerk or employe ot any department, braoch or bureau of tbe cxtcutlvo service shall, dt rectly or Indirectly, solicit or recclre, or bo In any manner concerned In soliciting or receiving any subscription or coLtrlbullon tor uny political purpose whatever, from at) oftlcc-r, clerk or employe ofanydepart meLt, branch or bureau thereof, or from any 1 trsou receiving any silary or compea satb n from moneys derived from the lnpsurj of the Lotted States. beet Ion 14 cf tbo same act provides thit 110 efllccr, clerk or other person la the scrv Ice&t tho lidtcl States shall, directly or Indirect), give or hand over to any o.her r Ulcer, clerk or person to tbo service of the I rlted State, an) money or other valuable (bler, on account ot or to be applied to the prcmollon of unv political objtet whatever. Aid section P) ot tho net provides that any person guilty et any of these onnscs shall, on ccnvlctljn thereof, bo punished by a Hue not cxccc ting $3,000, or by Itnprhoo mentfor a term not exceeding three years, or by such lino nnd imprisonment both, In tbe discretion of tbo court. VIOIATIOVS Ol TUC LAW. Now, does It not follow that ollccre, cltiks and other persons In tbo service of tbe United fctates who aro orcselzel for po lltlcal purposes, and who by Initiation fees, dues and contributions defra) the expensoi cf (Lis orgiLlzatlon, ore vlolatfcg sections II aid II of tbo Civil Service act" They are glvlatc-they aro handlug over to oil ccrs, clerks or otter persons In tbo service of tbe Lnlted States, and these persons act ing as oll.ctrs of tbo association, as tho rep rctcntatlus of ibe associated ofilccrs, clerks nud other persons In tho service ot tho Li Ilrd fctates, aro rrctlvloa mone) for po litical purposes, money to bo applied to the promotion of pulULal objects 1 9 The penal cljuses of the Civil Servl a act did tiGt I leak the ower of tho pjrtl-un toi lette whorobUI the clerks of IhoD.-pirt inciitsby u-In,; tbo llr uhlleau State usso ctitbns as bis wcaions of nssauU nnl as lit I uruler tooli Over this romlt Dt-raj erdtf tverywheru icj lcrd, hill In IsSI, as a tonteqtictice of the tnactnifn of the (JvllSenlcoact, tbey bid a fair fkitit with tltlropioncuts and won n famoiu victory. And, in w, mnj I ootbeexcu'Clforsayln' itint Democrat should not Imitate tho worst piaetlcts cf iho worst K-ptib-llcius by orjaulzln' tlio ofl.srs, elerkBandotbcIr cmiloyefcf tho I) part ments at WdJhlrjjton lato Ma e assueU tlons, tbo purposes of which are p.irtlam an 1 all tho mo ley collected orexpctidtd, by which Is inouey colli del anl expended, civ en and ban led over, received ttnl ap plied, as tbo law exprcssess. for partisan purj oes, acd for tbe promotion of politi cal objects, all ot which practices tbe civil tn vice denounces as unlawful, as panlib al le ty lino and Imprlsoumcut when tbe par tics tuthe practlet-s aro persons lu tho nerv Ice of tho Uiltcl Btatoit 1 bcllero tho l)im 1 erats should practice In power what the) 1 reached while out of oner, nnd tiat they ibould not follow tbo evil rumple set them by Iho party theybavo mccctUdtn tho cdmlrdst ration of Iho uflalrs of tho Uo put lie 1 ho letter bAs been variously anl In somo piarltrs harshly criticised The clerks la tno Dei artments nro highly indignant at what tbty consider tho Ccmuils-loeer's mis tukin li terprctallon of tho law, but the t'cbe-rsl opinion of disinterested parties Is ib o the law is plain, and Hut Mr. Ouerly bclrg a mere trstrument of Its cecutlou Is not to bo condemned for urging Its enforce ment, A 51. It IO US ACClDl.Yl'. aiexlcnu Jo'TMiilitouo Conch Over turned In LIorpouI, I tv en: oot, Sept. TO. Mexican Joe, who Uiurinliit: n rival shoo to Uuflalo Hill, had tistrloua ace'dent harpen to a part of Lis show brie todaj. Ibe Tombstone coach was calloplug through tbo streets at a very rajll rate, when uilHnt) It certurncd, u I tbo 1 ui 1 who occuptLd It wire thrown out In a iceneral rcramblu vs Ith thflr lostru- mtn's tour of ibe musicians were baJly ujurcuanu were idhtu eo mo uocpuai. ir. tic i.iMin iti r.iHc.i 11 iiiui. lLNkiiiK, N'. , belt. SO Father Stc 1 tn hat refused to alUw Dr. Mc(l)nn to sieak In tho lull controlled b) tho UitlonUt Ktiitrra here 'I he hill Is often used for polPktil uieitli us, but rather Steiben till llei r titoruo )tterday that s Dr Me(il)rii wta lu bad nd ir with the (burib uuUiorlllet It would uot do to Ut tie I eltcd I at or part) mcetlig to to bold lero at which Dr. Mcllljun Is&lvcrltscd to speak. Atttlium tio Not I (MUtt NlVT 10UK Stpt 30 T1100 l'f pM hi from Unstou tays Tbe Massachusetts tuprttnt- Cc tut has at lust cHtn Its opbd n ontieioliit rnHed t lbeCill trvlmtora musloutis on Iho ioI km 1 xomptlon liw, and Iksdiclltd tbit holdkra aid sailers earned be exnnpt from cxumhiall )ii, anl 11 ust take their chances before tbo ClUI Service Hoard Tin l,u ml on AnnitMtNtH 1 mmj Sept .W Tho Socialists and Anarcbltts of koudoo ore nrranluy to bold a large coml Inatlon meeting, at which tbe) will protest against tbo cxecutlou of the Lblcago Auaiehtsts Tho IlnddiH'U H 11 nl or. 8101 Cm, Iowa, Sept JO Mum brath, eoiivlcted of complicity In the inurler ot Dr Had lock, was to day sentence I to four vcars In tho pcultenllar) Iho case has been appealed, THE CUP TO 1BUD. The Volnnteer Arrain Dereals the Thistle. TWO MILES III THE LEAD, The Sloop "Out-Poinls" the Cutter From the Start. A TWENTY-KNOT BREEZE. TU Yankco Easily First in All Kinh cf Weather. HumMM)-" N .1 , Sept :: Tho weather IUU miming cirly nm even worso than jcslerdny and Iho prospect, for EfillliiK thu ttconil race of thu series between tho Thlstlu anil the Volunteer fttre very dubloua. An unusually. htay fog hail fallen, completely shutting the water from Iow. There was very little wlml. AVIiat thero was camo from tho cast Tew thought that thero could ho a rico ThoThlnllo camo down early, and at 9 o'clock lay at tho Hook thoTC Tho socon I lino, ra llatln t from tho Scotland l.li,lta1ilp,lidlciiteit)iOcuuro nailed to du,iW miles tj win Ivvaid aud return Townrtls 0 o'clock tho wind frcsU cued nud the nujinonictcr at tho Hook registered tho v In 1 at 12 miles an hour Weather wise rophets took heurt aud prcilietcel tint the wind woull elrlvo the fog Inlnud, and the predictions sub sequenlly proved correct As llmu pnscd Iho wind" Increasod, though the fog hung ou tunnel msly 'Ihc water Ucimo ehoppy Kvery ono hoped for a stronger brco ltiln ineanvvhtle bupuu to fall, nnl at hair pnt 0 o'ch ek tl wns pouring iljwn In torrents 'IhN seemed to eleu. the atmosphere 'lhc chances for a raeo Improvcil 'Ihuwiml ini reaped rapidly It blow twenty mllis an hour 'Ihhvvnsfor but a tliort period, however, and the ruin subsiding iho brccu fell also bttll the rai Inp proFpecIs wcro (jood Tow arils 10 n eloi k thu fo heejai to II ft 'J he wlml blowly but surely elrovo the fog over into tho wlhH uf Jersey. Thtvaeht blurted out pan the I look It was cvldtnt that u tlarl would bj mmlc 'Iho vvlud was tlien fourteen niloi. Tho Horseshoe nt Sanely Hook pro sOQtcd tho same crowded appearance in on tho prcvlom day. IXcur&Iou htcimbcats and craft of nil descriptions wero aseinhltd al an only hour await Inn patiently the will of the elements Iho Volunteer and Thistle were maneuvering about awaiting tho deeU Ion of tho committee of tho New York "Vacht Club, under whose direction tho rm i wns lobe salted Shortly heforc 10 30 iheKlcctra, the jude.c'j liO"t, tent up a flgnal ordering thu eoideslcnti to the bcolland Mglil flnn, which the commtttco evllcntly hLel determined lo make the starting I oiDt Almost lustantly both contest ants wcro headed for tho Ujutsulp Toliowlng close in their wake cime n swnrm of craft that huddled about the llj-htbhlp HlvP a swarm of bees 'I he contestants, em ncarlnq; the 'Ihlslilp, went about and begm pre paring for the start. M lu -II) the yachts reached tho Scot lird Lightship, the btartlug point FI wu mlnuies Inter tho preparatory gun was 11 red, and at lu n tho vachls crossed the line 'Iho wind had In trued to fifteen miles and was from Hit- eut It vva3 thouizht that lhc Vol ttnleer bid a Might advantajo ut tho start flho jachts werovei) clo-u t( gclhcr thcugh and going cry fast, clo'-ehauhdwith booms to port Tmj carried three hiadsalU, fi,rlt topsdls nnd mulmnils Iho wind continued to frethen Iho raeo promised to be a iiu'ck one. As thu jachts crossed the lino the Tl Utlc was seen to thu vvlud vnrd The) headed east noithcnst. silling on a coin so laid towards Tir Hockaway. Ibe (iluntcer was outpointing the e ubiiun Tin) had hecome very InillMluct objects on thu mUt) liorUn llulr nbdlvo pnalttom wero tin ehangcil, being unly nbout 500 yards apart 'liny soon dUippeind, anl tUtcen n unites i ' p Ihu tiirt tint a fillmpso of tho (jail int filoop and her saucy be )trh opponent rould bo seen lhrouj;h tho fin vallliiL' mist nud rain 'Ihu course aid was twcnl) miles to wludwurtl Hum the htartln,' p dot ami return Al nntn thu fky brightened and tho huh tiulcnmd lo break through the mlhlfl '11m j iieli were out of sight Wlun lut seen the) wero heading cut lif tlbcil't, Mil filti' er Hipldl) with the (.tip wlt1eiilnc.il Utile In ftivorof tho Volunteer me wiunasun iiciti uisi md blew fituullhj abuit twenty to twentv llvcmllesuu hour IIiillttliiH 1'imu tin1 'onr-ie. Miv UiMik N 1 11 n ft m T ne. wind it blowing M mile- an hi ii r nnd Is frtshenliu I' l dm cat At lhUraUlho bin ought lo mikt the outvvaTd mark iusldo of Ihrco hours le-a ft . 4 from tho stirt They ought to mako tho run home In ono hour and forty minutes. Jjimj llrvrit, It I" a m. Vachti nro In bight, heading this vray. Thu signals cannot bu distinguished. Ihcy are all bunched llm nluntprr Ahrnd, Svmjv IIikik 12 20p m. The wlnl has Increased several miles within the last half hour A steamboat which has ju&tcomu Into tho Horseshoe reports having pased llio )achts eight miles northeast of the starling boat Tho ohtnttcr was Iciellnir tho Scotrh cutler by an eighth of n mile The Bioopvvasio windward and both carry Ing working lopaalh, nnd thu Vol uu teer stood up much betlcr than the Ihlstlc 'I hero Is only ono wire working on thu hindy Hook coistanl Hint Is working badly. 'Iho rainstorm has put tho wins down lu tho wood. Thti oluuttcr 4ntiiln. Lnvu Id vtu V2 .10 p. in Volun leer leads tho Thistle more than ft mllu oil hung llcach A heavy scv Is on The Wltiti iin rt n-ttifc 8miv Hook 2 V) p m. Sandy Hook Lightship Is now visible to thu naked eye 1th fust clearing n vuy Ind Increased to thlrtj mdes north ent I ov Hi ii 12 n p m Unlli jptlits fctandlng south and nluntcer rnjldly running awuy from Thistle bho is now H miles nbcu HlOllt VMI8 1 II p 111 IVg u grultully clctirlng away and a tine bw of the llnlsh Is probiblu The yachts aio beating to tho southward nnd can be sei n on the horlon Ind east Lnitlbea't, tweniy miles I 0,1 i trftln 4 in Ivk li. 1 30 p m l'og Is closing In ngaln, obscuring evcrjlblng moro than two miles dilant. Ind hohii strong ind Mead . fl In- t Inutorr tij, ii II p, I.oMilti veil 1 S0p in. Tbe)achti are In tight one mile eoutk of lids place, where tlio turning stake boat h sta Honed. '1 he Volunteer is lo tho wind ward and leading by a mile 8lie will turn the stake but in about ten minutes She has her nuUmtl, fore stajsall, jib aud working Jib topsail ret 'lha 'Ihlstlu has a lILu comple incut nf sail set 'liiruluc the Htnlit itont. bVNiiv Hook 1 20 p in Thu Vol unlet r has turned lhc stake boat anl is returning to the finishing lino wlih lluuiker lo port nndmaln sail to sta- boird Ehobroko out a balloon jib topsail after rounding 'Ibe sea Is going down atrllle Tho Veluntecr appears to take to tin swell with better grace than thu 'Ihlstle '1 he taller is all swash She buries her biiwsdrcadfullv, nud it Is pldu It In pien she IscarrvlDg too much cinvas Tl e ilagshlp Lleclr i Is running on tliu Marboard side of the Vohintver All (lie excursion boat? ore steering aheal, giving her u great elcnt of their wath t Ii oluuft rr'pt Ul l.ril HiaiiiAMH 1 4J p m Volunteer two miles ahead SvndvHook Jp.m Tlio wind Im fallen nt this point to sKtt en miles an liour Tho vachts are not yet In sight '11k atmosphere Is clt ir Idfiiir vnps 2 .0 p mi Volunteer iwomllesand tlialfidieal Wind In ertd'ed to elghtetn lulled, cast 1 oNii Hi e it 2 30 p m The V 1 ucteer turned thu Mike bmt at 2 r P in , Ihl-tlu mdyct turned. Volunteer two aid u (pill ler miles ahead 2 "1 Tho Vtiluntecr turned stako bo d on pot t litt k 1 ho Thlstlu Is now abi ul u mite behind on tho starboerd taik The uluultercatrlics the wind nud Is living tttiu'id, IIkum vmis 2.5'p. m. Itisrainhig ngaln aid thu wind is t iko umiuscI tllug down rnNm IIooi IJ p m Tlio ThUtla turned Iho ttaku boat at i 2 p m., 17 tnlnulcs bphlnd tho Volunteer Winl tweuli miles t urlnf Uo MO. d 22 p (m 'I ho oluiitecr can now bo fun from this point returning. lhoThlnie Is net in sight yet. An i:(r--t'iltl. Tin. Cun it will Usuu an extra edi tion upon lLo conclusion of the race. 1111. UUMJAIOVS ULbOIiUTtOX. Iho (.mud Army Dvcllno tu Conitiro tht 1'reitldetit. r Lous, Sept JO Tbo Giand Army Lncnmpmcut has n fused to en tertain the resolutions of andtrvoort f Nebraska censuring tho President for hts Tito of the Dependent Pension bin. run l-omm iNnm if ciiiff 'I he LucampmcM proceeded to ballot for commander In chief at 10 10 ihls nit ruing, umid a scene of Indescribable ti nfuIon eqtnl lo the epcrlsnces of a Nillrinl Convention OeneruU io turn, fJreer, Warner and Judije Ilea of Jlinneapolis wero nmong thoso phued in nomination The Urst billot, si far ib It has proceeded, ludlcatcs that Judge Hen is dccfdcdl In the lead. Tlip M113 (ntiileil Mini.i. LW tutu, Bept 30 Sbtrltl Grant was Mil ruoiuln eeived with the ofllclal ordsr f Jude lu,er, cnttlLg staj In tbo Sbar'p friemlli tiDttl octuberO, pendlag the i lKBllon for u lnntl.ii: for a new trhl in UuLitirtof VnpLili at tbunj. biip at-ful tt rtstlcis icorulng. He re ((htdtlu tev,, (Mho Uy Intlieimi i iiffifc manner tbnwn trevluutlj Murp rtruftlre In 1 ed uud bietus to bu very weak M.au i h'vlIfitjCH Dalv. tnu 4(.0, le4 10 - luorgo V bloitoo 1 be bctu chtlieuct 1 to nliy Uurln Ddj ir NN in. Sexton or suy other p!ser In Anjerle two esmes of blllUrdsnt cuhUn OBteHiR for (1 00O iHth niititi, oco In Now trl. utid oeo in I bhturu, ftutj duji from date cf ttriptaiice reitlpta to yn I j tbe wlpitr, bou tbfl (tbtra dirtlue, tht ct nl f-uee Uo rn to Jacob Miieftr when be iinlrtslu Nvw otL sloteou poitmVW tufelt AlCMHMllin NOVIH. Alcnamuua, a , sept. W It li ihnm.Lt that tte frro dtllrerj system will 1 c Iti full opcrbtlon hire" ty October 10. An II Mllburn or tbls city has entered tbo 1 w tpariuivnt of tbe Wafbluuton and 1 te Luursitj tor the study ot the proles El II Lard are out for tbo rasrrtsge of Ml I ta lleidbtltn of tbls city lu Mr Max I tuber of W atbliiktou, to tuko pUce at tbv iieiiuitu lutbtuu Lhurcb O.tobei i' li Is tuld Hint Judge Charles 1 dtuirt will lot aicrjit tint nujt'Oit of Mr flirbour uud tbo Mule Deuiucrutle COiuuiitlte as a raidldutu for thu l.rcUture, decnilu It lie-tto t-enlii rittllrt n arc unt of IhhI nr i 1 tn fuvirtf tho oiber Uiiaoe-iU itidlduhB Mica Mmv mth Hi nr uiiviilwti tTjhiud fpur tit ber filtiei a real Iru u u i bt Aiapb itreit THE UTB INDIAN WAR. General Crook's Report on l!i3 Lata Troubles in Colorado. WHITE MEN THE AGQRESS0K3. Tho Btuto Authorltlea Takon Sovroroly to Tuftl:. CllinP COLOItOW VINDICATED. Tho Secretary of tho Interior Im received through the War Department a report from (lencral George Crook of the Department of the I'Jatto on the recent I te Indian troubles In Colorado. These troubles arose, says General Crook, from attempts male by Colo rado utile tuls to servo warrants on cer tain t tu Itidhms Tor alleged slcillng of horses nnd for violation of Iho State game laws The report says that In Oirileld Count j, Ihusecnu of thu disturb incei. there buvc been living a number of men, nhneihttilned n livelihood by gamhlliu with the Indians lliecus'.uni of Iheso men, il is s dd, ha bc n to buy h irses of the Indians aud I Inn regain pine felon of lhc moui'y by pliylug monto or tome other gamb Ing game In .Vprlllait two inetiwb lial obtained & be-rd uf horses from tbo Icill 1110, either by urcbaf.enr by gdabllnir, Moppel attlieu w ood firings, w here two of iuq U it,lh wero cldliiitd us buvle be-11 stolen Willis pro ttstlri: their Intoetnceof tbo tbtft, tbo In dljisKtto to tbo hieu two other horses In plate of ttioo which tiny bid been obliged 10 ttirrcuder to the claimants Al I H HI) 101 ATIUV OF tl VMD LWVA hater on Ihu llauio arden of (Joloralj 1 I1UI1 id evlieijce sgatast the Inllios for violation of gaino laws Warrants wero dulj iseutd to tho Sheriff and to thoGamo Warden for Ibe arrest of leveral of Uolo row's band Tbo Uauie Warden wUh a loupe Immediately atHrled for tbe ltillau iBHip, whirc, without any explanation or Uielrobjitlorinlselon, tbev netzel sovenl of Ihe luel s.wboauetetdi 1 111 bn 4klinj away. Hid with tho net of their Luaibersoujtit our In tbe Lnub TIIL IYWSE I IUEI1 nt tho rrir&itlnjE Indiae, wounllng W 1 rack an 1 two others The poso retire I aid uiltcd forces with fcterlD" Keulall. Iliurhuor an Indian camp on Coal Creek, itc bulT (JUnatcbcd a tmabjr of bl-i irrnjnij to It Ibu eqiuwa anl cbll Jreti who (ytetuIcl ibe camp on Boeing tho wt ttaaji ruac'i abaudomd It Ine 110413 1 uned tbo tcL'tesaiid a large nuautlty ot luektkln J WHITE MkN Tiin AsancsaoiH From tblj lime until tbo clo'o of hostlll tics tbe whites, cb s lLo nport, were al wajs Ibe aggressors, acd tired flrt Oa tbo -lib of August thu whites surprised Colo row's camp anl Immediately opened tiro. Ibe Indiana telzed tbelr juns, aud for thrco t ours acd a half kipt the whites ul bjy an 1 eoveied the retreat cf their women anl children. At tLU tin u the hlt nuui I end full I-0 men, tholudl.ns not moro lhau U. men lblt uUnk thu wnftes ex ium) on ttiH t,rmi 1 th.it tbj Itltjn-i "irlekcd" tbciii tn hribhlLgcamp wbtritney brd 1 romirtd to await too arm il of tio l.iir White Lulcl " In thin t Bgjheuicnt tbe I fid! in I ft one li kllkd, onu bucv uid 0111. etu-y w urdtd I bo whPes lirt thre men killid uu I wvcnl were wnutit 1 1 ti ihia tioiu In a Indiana had die I td" ibelr We uil 11 ( ne b ie(, oii'j larL. li j onbSltll Ih y and twu ilitlc eirU Ht vtn tiiers Aero wuend- I, nut , ptrbdpi, tuortu i (Ot It W d I'll II IC INTCSTtOM Color w, b)-. Ueueul LnuW had no de -lru wbjtcer t 11tit uu 1 in, 'e um if hii wiaponf-tn Kt-if dtft Ufc tinli fur tbo rj htticm f 11 wemen anl tuft en td h's herd. i mo first I t ma in of huuhld be brukc tJiup and atirtet ties herd for thu n rvadoii, ueier imjf, xtt t i 1 ii.lt 'lhc iep ri Mvenlv cr 'Iclii t'i n Hon id the Colorado authoritlfP, mil t. t etiit the nitrrauuimild bivo btun r t Aiu nut dlfleultj, bud ib-lr aervlco nta prop crl uiittrtukcn 'Ihe wLtuc, lur t itio few da)S ot iho trim' 'e drove IT tr (I. I utid a herd t f bbjut JO horses ad j J tbeep acd eroats V.t Itcmont ut n Hi out i? Hiti-hLVN Sept .W fbjbaiuiu gf tb3 aw 1 ipp of thu Brooklyn Ibedroltt ereu Intr caused rumors to sir ad that tho tbea n wa on tiro A trrtat crowd collcctol uMd iLere waa much eic'temtnt lbo fact tl ut tbo lire was on tbo (tie of thu iUa&tcr f ne viral j ears ujo, when 2m ,rma loit tbtirlivo-, added to tbe alanu IdtUaie urn, bowecr, quhkl LitlticuUbe i aul Hero was no luttifercieuwttli the 1 iff inn 1 1 ti Tin Vw V01U ifni DliUioti. MwiUttK, Sept 30 lh - a rU II at of tbodxly ptreou abur 1 thu tu Hart, at the tune ' f t r colli i 11 w 1 tho PrtcKtnii In ifi Ivi) vc<rdi), ' W f rty ft iir had up tiUd lo tan owiieil t 1 tu; up tu tuft erei Int lbo nrLiit n,. six tttn art' not aecouuUd for, ntd th iuh tho I utii 1 bellivu they were all rruu d, uo I oalilve ut(ineiit ciu 1 1 milu on tbit pilLi uuttl tlit) are btarl from Mi I ntlrcs tn-iv l.i)it. t John i, t , Sept 30 Ihe wter !' c(.tdHlo )tJtr seen ne r tbo lUuM after tin ttorta of Auis' Utl, was tbo eau bilt-ni', ownnl I Oufl aud Uilcuuf tr U'uuir 11 u crew, ft utteen litLti, w. f onr lehvn j, tcu w J wa aud tWviit) f 1 ad dicn An riurrimi Tinlii Iniurrd "1. leieis dt-pt JO tvi t tiain rmlntothe rear of an crcurKi n tr u tron tlda tt), w lilib wan hint lit, illey IW, 011 the MUstUil Pitli U l Si 011 Wii Mill I 111 1 ui Iv ih - t aul pi iter i 11 tin i rr Hire hi 1 1 1 llio ?! U mid lluuey llnrKct. Niw oitk'Itit 30 Ionn 4 opr eent, ' MlihllO SUal) prtitut Mtt, INIJ 1N", IiMMUienu btLjilj turrecey G, Ui bid, ( pom 1 1.1 hid -llMlo, luM Md 1 bu atnt k mar If el 1 ptncl 1 to 1 per t cnt. u nLr 1) n ati 1 luhl dllkturtion lower quo 1 1 fro u 1 u I n and eunio fllina for 1 e 1 uot, hue aftir the first fsw lal ne' h M t tu.uie f-teadhr an ou an. idv tujhi; of Ptiettk Mall, prices al nn I tn I tr fen iiy 11 W loo mart-it ui h to htm dull (In on KiiMim-tilp-t riivt 1. t Niw oik, Iliitaniilc from Llv rpiol. Hit mutk fn m I ocdou Mleti from i'.rtmen, Ohio from I Ircrpool V tjtuios town, Arable paist 1 on ber wu to New WiU WEATHEIl KDIJATIOK Irdlcatlons for the twenty four hours couiuKitlriLj at p in. Frllay, Beptem ber 0 I or tbe District of Columbia, i-Hcl tl) 1 mler fair weather, preceded by Putt ml up, lliiht to fresh varltble winds, vt fin l) nut Ul til) in! rvattona taken at Tub Ikitio Mo oroloiilcal Uureau 041 1) street north west 'I ra , 7i" 12 m , (;0, i p ra , fci.