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The Washington 20TU Y13AIt WHOLE NO. 5,981. WASHINGTON, D. O., WEDNESDAY EVENING, OGTOREH 1, 1887. I'J&rGE TWO CENTS. Critic, V W GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. Events of Interest la and About the Departments. THI3 WAR RECORDS OFFICE. Further Reports from tho Yellow Fevor Epidemic at Tampa. COMMISSIONS TO CLAIM AQENT3. Fumigation of Malls Superintendent Nash of tho Hallway Mail Service- has or dered that all mails from or passing through Tampa, 11a , bo fumigated. Tho Iowa Evictions.- The attention of the Departments ot Justice and Interior has been called to the reported eviction of sot tiers from disputed land-grant la Iowa Tho Yantloa Repairs Tho board formed to survey tbo Yaotlc, now at Nor folk, have reported that the cost of repairs -wilt not exceed 3J per cent, of her original Talue. The repairs will, accordingly, be commenced at onco. Tho War Records OfSco Lieutenant Colonel Viva. M. Lazellc, In charge ot tho publication of war records, has submitted his annual report to tho Secretary ot War. It shows that the work Is Mill Id the first etapea ot progress Thrco new vuluuiv supplementary to the Fltz John Porter case nave ucen isueu. Mission Work on tho Nile. Consul General Card well of Cairo, Egypt, la his annual report to the State Department, calls tepcclat attention to the successful labors of American missionaries lu tho valley of the Mle. Nearly six thousand native pupils are In attendance at tho schools tbathae been establlebed, Tho Cruise of tho Albatrosa. The Fish Commission steamer Albatross, which bas been engaged for the past three months In observations In the Gulf Stream oft the Massachusetts coast, will arrive at the Navy-lard hero on Saturday or Monday next, and will pall early In November tor the Tactile via the Straits of Magellan. Commissioners of Railway Inspec tion. The President has appointed Tbad dcus C. round ot Chippewa Falls "Wis.; George Stoneman of Los Angeles, California and Theodore Cook of Cincin nati commissioners to examtoo and report upon two sections of railroad and telegraph line constructed by the Cen tral Pacific Railroad Company. The Territory ofMontana. Governor 1. n. Leslie of Montana reports the mining and other Industries of the Territory pros perous and progressing, the mineral pro duct last year being about f30.000.000. The population of Montana Is 110,000. Oc casional predatory raids of the Crows, Hegans and other Indlaos ocaur, which Congress should take measures to prevent. Paymaster Sullivan's Vindication. Passed Assistant Paymaster John Clyde Sullivan, U. S. Navy, left here last night to rejoin the tratntog ship Portsmouth at New port. He was "broken" out ot the same ship last spring under a misapprehension ot circumstances that a subsequent court of Inquiry, demanded by him, set right, and the new detail la In furtherance of that -vindication. Commissions to Claim Agents. Secretary Fa! rent Id has settled the long pendlog dispute over the recognition of claim agents by deciding that tho Depart ment may recognlzo their rights to a com mission in no case exceeding ten percent. of the claim. For somo time the Depart ment bas dealt directly with claimants, and refused to recognize attorneys at all In mak ing payments The Epidemic at Tampa. Tho Marino Hospital Service Is satisfied that tho out break at Tampa Is actually yellow fever, but nothing will bo received from Dr. Uultcrasfcr a day or two All Interested have agreed to accept Dr. Gulteras' opinion as to the nature of the disease. Deputy Collector Spencer, at Tampa, telegraphed to-day: "One death since last report; three new caics. Situation more hopeful." An Important Point Tho fctory has been started that a case will shortly be pre sented to the United States Supreme Court and an effort made to advanco It on the docket, with a view of on early decision, Involving the question of the right ot the President to sign a bill after the adjourn ment of Congress. This question was raised in regard to the ltlver and Harbor bill of last session, which, It will be rememberod, was "pocketed" by the President, Trouble on the Maxwell Grant. A Utter of President Cleveland's written in September, bas been made public In which he counsels settlers on the disputed Max veil land grant against violence or rests tance to legal authority. Ibo decision o' the court, he Bays, will be uphold as th ruprtme law of the land, and must bj obeyed. He concludes t "If any wrong r redone, their redress can be obtained through the peaceful methods of the law, -which la fully adequate to protect every right of the citizen. Its faithful enforcement Is due and the atrong, I sincerely trust tho in cendiary counsel la the handbill will not proauceme oaieiut euecnor wmen it was Intended, and that those In whoso favor the court bas determined these vexed questions ot title will not attempt to extend their rights to caiea not determined, and that In sisting upon tbelr rights, they will deal kindly and generously with those who have imsiauetiiyacica upon an invauu uuo.' Minor and Personal Secretary hltnoy Is expected here the last of the week. Inspector General Dumont has returned from an ofllclal tour Including lioatou, Port land and other point?. It Is believed that gunboat No. 1, now be ing built at Philadelphia, will bo ready to bo launched In January. Tho 8uto Department Is still of tbo opin ion that Germauy has respected the rights of this Government on the Bamo&u Istauds, Ike I Ightboufto Board has granted the ro fiuestof tho Uitltlmo o Hoard ot Tralofor tbo location of tbeChesapeafee hay llghtsblp off Smith's Island f-boals. Assistant Secretary Maynard has decided that ImlfgcLt children eaouot bo landed when sent from foreign countries, even vhen American charitable institutions are rend) to assume care ot them, The QuatUrmaater General's bureau Is ltfcg removed from th rented quarters on the southeast corner of Fllttenth street and I tnnsjlvanta avenue to the new State, War CLd Navy Department building. Dcirrlrtlnns aro beloe prepared for Sec retary V,hlh )'s animal report of twenty raval ussels, monitors, gunboits, etc, vble hart In rouse of construction or for which authority has been given by Con Krcis Information has been received that tho captain of Ilia American hip llrldgewatcr, "which was seized In Canada, has refused to Jtay any costt connected with the proceed ncs and will sue It his ship Is detained or denied papers. The Commissioner ot Pensions is In re ceipt of a communication from the U. 8. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, dattd Cleveland, Ohio, October 10, notify Ing htm that an Indictment has been found against John T. Moore for talsoly person ating b U. B. pension examlnor. It is authoritatively stated thai no con clusions were reached by Secretary Bayard and Messrs. Putnam aud An cell as to tho points upon which they will Insist or con cessions which they will make at tbo ap proaching conference. It baa not been decided to agree to the tree entry ot fish, and It la not Intended to make the Alaska fishery questions a subject ot negotiation at this conference, DISTRICT GOYEMIMENT NEWS. Tbo Commissioners have written Messrs, A, L. Barber and others la reply to their petition asking that steps bo taken to open and extend Michigan avenuo from Its pres ent terminus northeasterly between tbo Sol diers' Home lands and tho Glenwood Cem etery to the Harewood road, that condem nation will hare to bo resorted to, and the court decided in tho matter of the Colombia road that an appropriation Is necessary be foro a condemnation can be had. Captain Oriuln has notified Mrs. Walsh that after personal examination ho can see do reason why the telephono pole at the corner of Jackson alley and North Capitol etrctt should be removed. Private A, A. Brown of Pnglne Company No 0 has been appointed Assistant Fore man of said company. THE ARMY AND NAVY. Sergeant Wm. Conroy ts, upon bis own application, placed upon the rcllro I list. Captain L'dward C. Knowcr, Third Artil lery, bss been granted twenty dayaMeavo. Major Kline, LIghtccnth Infantry, who was recently promoted, will bo stationed at rort Supply. Par muster It. T. Standi IT, Bureau ot Provisions end Clothing, has returncl from a trip to j m mora. Captain Henry J. Haynswortb, assistant quartermaster, Is directed to Inspect cer tain stores at Philadelphia. Second Lieutenant Georto F. Landers, Fourth Artillery, is assigned to court mar tial duty at Fort Preble, Mo. First Lieutenant James A, Maney, Fif teenth Infantry, has been ordered to, join bis command ot Fort Buford, D, T, Congress will be asked at the approach ing session to mako an onnronrlatlon for the erection of marine barracks at League Island. Major G. 11. Burton, Inspector-General of tbo Department ot the Missouri, Is en gaged In Inspecting the forts In tbo Indian Territory. Captain J, L. BulIIs, Twenty fourth In fantry, has been detailed to watch tbo Issue ot annuity goods to the Comanche, ivlowa and Icblta Indians. Captain W. L. Flair, Corps ofF.ograeers, has been relieved from duty la tho otllco of tbo Chief of L'oglnecrs and ordered to Now Orleans, relieving Major Vita, II, Ileuer, who Is ordered to San Francisco, relieving Captain A II, Payson. The marine guard on board the old United States ship Antletam at League Island Navy-Yard Is to bo transferred to the receiving ship St. Louis, the Antletam having been condemned as unfit for ser vice, and will be Bold at auction, Her ap praised value la $1,000. Naval Orders. Passed Assistant Engl peer A. V. ane and Assistant Engineer Harry Hall, to duty In connection with the dock trial of the machinery ot the Terror; Passed Assistant UnglneerG. Y. Ualrdfrom tho ilsh Commission steamer Albatross to tbeSuoerintendent of the State. War and Navy Department building forduty; Passed Assistant Fnglneer Charles It ltoelker, from the Advisory Board aud ordtied to tbo Albatross. By Ihe retirement of Major Dinlel Mail den, Seventh tavalrj, Captain Charles G, Gordon, Sixth Cavalry, and Captain Arthur Morris, Fourth Artlllcrv, the following pro motions are created j Captain Theodore A, Baldwin, Tenth Cavalry, to be major Sev enth Cavalry; First Lieutenant Samuel L. Woodward, Tenth Cavalry, to bo first lieu tenant, and brcond Lieutenant Leigh ton riniay, jeniu uavairy, 10 uu nrsi lieu tenant; Hrst Lieutenant Henry P. Kings bury, Sixth Cavalry, to be captain, and Sjc ond Lieutenant John Y. K Blake, Sixth Cavalry, to be first lieutenant, UrstLlea tenuut William Knnts to le captain, nd Second Lieutenant U llllstou Fish to bo Hrst lieutenant. SOCIAL ANDJEIISONAI fiXoicinciilH nf VumlllHr People nt llomenuit Abroad. COMJUESSMAN SaMTELJ, KaMHII lias returned from the fcouth, Edwin II. Cow lbs, editor ot the Cleve land Itiuhr, Is at the Ebb tt. Commodore am Mrs, Hauuont have returned here for the winter. Senatou Goiimav addressed a largo meeting yesterday at Upper Marlboro, Md Mn. B. II. Uaiimsh Is expected homo this week from his weddlug tour In Europe, Gen eh a i, W. W. Bclknat bas returned from bis month's sojourn la the North west. Mits. Cuahifs . Hat i, who has been quite ill for uveral months, Is slowly lm I roving. Mtts. Wai.c, ihn his been passing a few weeks lu New Lnglaud, returns homo to morrow. Governor Lee of Virginia has been In vited to address the Baltimore Democracy, October 14. Congressman O'Neill of St. Louis was suddenly called home last evening by news of sickness in hfa family. Mn. am Mrs W. V. Co, nee Emery, have returned to the city for tbo winter and are In tbelr new and charming house on U street. Tun wife and daughter of Congressman Ermentrout ot Pennsylvania have sailed for Europe, and will not be in aehtngton this winter. Mr. J. L. SiiiTiiMEYEit left for Pitts burg last night to look after tbe construc tion work ot the Carnegie Free Library. He returns on Saturday, Mr, GcoKOfc Bancuoit la the last sur viving member ol his family, which con sisted of thirteen children, his sister, Mrs. I arnbam, having died at sea October 8. Fit a Mi A. Uicuaruson, Washington coi rti pond ent of tbe Baltimore Bun, who is now abroad, has a letter in tbe Sun this morning, dated at Itderlaken, Switzerland. Senoii Pedro Peiuu .eibdon, Min ister from Costa Idea, returns totbatcoua try next month forhli wife and family, and will Keep bouse here durlug tbo winter months. Mr Daft itt C 8i hauls ottha Treas ury Deiattintut, who has been eon fined to his Louie with Inllimmatory rbeumatlim ai.il malarial fever for sotrat weeks, Is much improved. Charles T. Ransom, esq ,of lowaClty and a lading inemlcr e-f thelona tur, for merly the law partner of ex Commissioner I dninmlf. Is at tbo Arlington, intending to ItatoforNen York tbls evening, Harry T, HoiT7 and Miaa Cora Anders wire untried at Colon Bridge, Carroll County, Md yesterday afternoon, lbey will rt fUIo In ftathtngton Mr llottz has a I celtluu In theollice of the CWll Si; nice Commission Jamls Rorertron Hi vckib of Scot land hi d Minn I lieu Arthur Bolts, daughter of Henry '1 Botta of Savannah, anl niece uf the latb President Arthur, were uinrrled In Jkw York this afternoon, at tbe Church of the Heavenly Best ty Bishop Henry C Potter. Miss Maroaret Annual Samtson, dauubter of Commander Wm Sampson, su rerlnteidiut of tbo Naval Academy, and ufclgu Rty Campbtll Smith, Uulted States Navy, were married at Annapolis last nlgbt. 1 be ceremony took placo at the reallence of Superintendent Ssmpson, Kov. K. K Rawson outdated. It Is asserted that tbe Injury receive 1 by Hon. Carl Bchurt last wlntor from a fall on tbo lea has crippled him for life, MR. GARRETT RESIGNS. The B, & 0. Directors Adopt Com plimentary Resolutions. THE STOCK TAKES A TUMBLE A Fall of Over Twenty-five Points To-day. SALE OP THE TELEGrltAPH. It U Ratified by tho Company Tho Price Paid. lULTiMonn, Mn, Oct 12. The Uoatdof Directors of tho Halllmore and Ohio Kill road Company held their regular monthly meeting to day. Tho city and State n well as tho private stockholders wcro fully repre sented, Tho board authorized the pay mentof a 5 per cent, dividend on the stock of the Washington branch. Tho recommendation of the rinanco Com mittee that no dividend bo paid on tho tdock of. tho mala lino for tbe past bIv months was adopted. The sale of the Halllmore ami Ohio Telegraph to the Western Union was ratified. The rail road company receives for tUH prop erty $5,000,000 in Wostcrn Union stock and nn annual rental of f 00,000. Ihe following letter was then read from Mr. Itobcrt Garrett, resigning tho presidency ot the company: B vi TiHoitK, Mn., Oct. . To Ihe IArtctoraof the lliUtmors ant Ohio JtallrfHKl t.outtntim. Uintikmfnj It fiwell known to many of you that it bas been for rorno time my fixed dcHlro and Intention to withdraw, wliou I pruntrly could, from tho labor which have been imponvd upon mo hymr oOltial iwltlna aaiireMdentof tlia ltaltlmoro and Ohio Kail road Company Hut, an von aro nlao aware, uioixjucy nnu unueriamnin oi mo compan which I neeossarllr aisumed at tbo tlmo tlioiHJllcy and umlertaklnKi of tbu company wuitu i jiPtosHariir aisumva at iqo tirau i ncicptcd the presidency wt-ra sneb as to ren der It improper for mo, with a dun regard to tt u intcioati tuvohed, to wltbdraw from tin lr prosecution. how, however, tint arrangements have been madu winch, as 1 hope and belle fo, v, III eecuromany ot tbo end) for wblcb wo liaro bo ions strtiRKled, nnd tho baslnesi and tlnnnce-i of tbe commny being In n sound and patisractory condition, I am in a position to ttnder you and I do hereby, my resignation at president of tbo company, 1 thank you for tbo courtesy and considera tion which you havo uniformly extended to me, nnd I trust you will le able within a brief period to fix upon a proper person to v, hom 1 may surrender tho trust with which you havo honored mo. I am, very respectfully, ltoBiuTUemirtr. After a few feeling remarks by Mr. McKInney White, a city director, aud Mr. William 1 Burns, president pro tern, who presided over the meeting la ttie auseaco or Air. uarreu, mo resigna tion was accepted and tbo following resolution unanimously adopted: y.Vwrfrrtf, That In accepting tho resignation or Robert ei arret t of tbu presidency ot this company, wo do so with deep regret. Wo Know how earnest hat teen his denlro to withdraw from tbo cactlni duties of tho oillee nnd how lent oratlvo, unTuthls tlmo, has itcon lueuecMiny mat no biiouiu not mi bo II any oft ho meaitureot policy, whoio com plction was uadtrtakon when bo hooimo inetldent, haa beea pnrduod through dlrtkulty and icrll till their success h no longer loultfal W eat proe Uto tnu faut that thU rofiilt hts boen largt ly duo to hi courago nnd iintlHph ilovntlnn fri tho tnmninviiln tore ot, and congratulate htm on tho fact that In leaving tho ottlco at tldi tlmo iio not only dos bo with tho ufltctlon and reipjct of nil thono connected with tho company, but with a net teuton by all thoso acqualutod with it of how great bare beon tbo corvlcoi he lua rondcred Mr George Van lllbbtr, a city di rector, nominated Mr Itobcrt Garrett as a director to Mil the vacancy m ado by the death of Colonel J, Spear Nichols It Is understood that ho will oc cupy places In ull tho Important com mittees. Meantime Mr. Wm Hums will act as president until tho ek'Cttou of u sue cess or to Mr. Garrott at the nauual meeting of the stockholders in Novem ber. ;iSlff Tumble In the Ntock. lUiimonn, Oct. 12. I). and O. stock Is offering on the Stock Kxcbange at 114, with 100 bid, This Is a decline of $25 a share since morning, THE LAVNDltVMEN, Iseit 1' luce of Meeting Clioiien undOr fleer Elitd, The I aundrymeu's Association was rather late In beglonfng work this morning. Mr. Itoberlson's paper on "Conventions" was read by Mr. Doremusln the unavoid able absence of the author. A resolution advising launJrymen not to Insure the goods of tbelr customsrs was adopt e 1. Mr. Toot read a paper on "lilulng," which was full of practical advice. Hesolutloos deprecating the scaling ot prices by tbe smaller laundries aud decidedly "America for Americana" tn tone were adopted. Tbe secretary's and treasurer's reports were approved. Cleveland was chosen as tbe next place ot meeting. A resolution urging the local laundryruen to form a branch of tbe associ ation was adopted. The election otofUcera resulted as follows l'rcaldent, O. K. Held ot Philadelphia: T. W, Owen, Hrst vice president; J l. laffo, Brooklyn, second; W. H. Oarlock, Cleveland, tblrd, and H. O, Marshall, Springfield, O , fourth. K, W. Krcleston, Philadelphia, secretary, and J. II. Toot ot Concord, N II, treas urer. The a'eoclatlon then adjourned for a drive about tbo city. This evening tho ex ecutive com ml it ee will be chosen, THE WKIT U1MXTED. A llaliviiH Corpn for the Imprisoned Mrkti'lii OMrer. Tbe Supreme Court to-diy granted tho petition lor a writ of habeas corpus la be half of Attorney Oenerat Ayrea and Com uiouwcaltb's Attorney Scott of Vlrgluta, and Ihe writ Is made rclurnublo to tbe court ittre ou Monday next, bbould thd decision In tbe case bo thut J ul no Hon I, lu or luring ibe Imprlsonniiiit ot thefo otllctsld, ex ieededhls Jurisdiction, A) res and Scott will t o dlecharurd from contempt, and bo at lib- rty to uiiitlijiie tbo enforcement of tin Mnte Uw in tbo coupon cms If tho court rt ftitei to discharge the prtsooon, tha litter will llien Ime to determine whether they will atttdt tho Instmctl n of thoduooral Wtcnibly or forthwith purgo tLeinscltes of lontwuit by puylntf tbo Huts and dismiss It g tho cults bi ought and Judgments ob lalned, TIlO lllttTHtlltf UQIlllltlSHlflll Tbo Interstate Commerce Commission returned Its open sessions to-day, all tho members being present, Tho first ccBPS beard were thoo of I'.vans & Heed against the Oregon lUIIway and Nnv tgaiton Company, alleging extortionate ebarges for tbo transportation ot whoat. An Aft-cd IlorNC-Tlilcr. William Wilts, alias Fllmoro, tbe 83 year old criminal who stole a horse from Hr. James, a coaumtlo ageat, was brought from UalUmore by the detectives to day, nirswiAXs is Kvnovr.. Dr. Hurt I gun Tnllm Abont II In I(ront Trip Ahroftil Dr. .Tames 1 llarllgan has returned homo after suvcral months' absence In Kuropc. To ft CniTio reporter who called on him tbla morning at his olllco tbo Doctor said, in reference to his trip: "Vest I' enjoyed myself as well as doctors generally do. Most of my time was spent In tho hospitals of Lon don and Vienna. In tho last named placo tbe hospital Is without exception the finest in tho world. They havo tho ablest surgeons and the widest fields to work In. Tho ndvance made thero In surgery Is truly wonderful. In surgical appliances they can not bo surpassed. 1 brought over with mo tbo latest Improvement. It Is called tbo cystoscopy and Is used to Inspect tbe bladder. An operation with tbe cyeloscopo was performed In tbo hospital at lenna that Illustrated at once Its great value In surgical cases. The cyitoscopo has an electric light, which Is Introduced Into tho bladder by means of a tube, thus rnnbltmr, tbe physician to see clearly tho In terior. A youui; wuuun camo to the boa pltal in Vienna wbllti 1 was thero and un derwent an operation in which tho cysto scope was ued, Sbo complained of a pain In tho bladder, Tho cj otoscope- was in serted, and rcveilod to tho eye of tho operator a hair pin, watch was successfully removed. "Vienna has, I think, tho finest police syfttem lu the world. Tbo people fcol safer there ttuu In any other country that I know of. Tvcry one has to be in tbo house by 10 o'clock at nljrht. At that hour tbo bouses are closed. It you happen to bo out you will have to pay the servant to open tbo door for you. Or If you want to get out after that hour jou have to pay tho same "At Uuda I'eslb, Hungary, jou will seo tho foreign Men of woman's rights They aro employed at sawing wood, carrying bods at.d other rough work. One elbt 1 wit nessed I fchall never forget; it was ne?r Iluda Pestli. I saw a woman hitched to a plow with an ot. Just think ot that I At Brussels tho dogs aro trained to harness and they are put to amall wagons and driven by the peasants who sell milk, 'One thing; tbat impressed mo groatty was tbe low financial condition of tho countries. ItussU, Germany, France, Uungary andonoortwo other powers are armed to tbe teeth and eyeing each other like dogs watching a bono It's only a question of time when the gathering clou Is of dissatisfaction will burst and throw tbe whole continent Into a bloody war. Tbat la my opinion, and I formed It from the uneasiness prevailing among tbe people." THE SEW WATElt-lVOltKS, llIort of Frocrenn an the Tunnel to September. Major Lydeckcr reports that the work on tho tunnel lining during September was continued during tbe month, but tbo force was gradually reduced preparatory to the suspension of active operations which has become necessary for the wantot funds. Ihe length of lining completed during the month was 803 feet, making the total length lined 8,(1)7 feet. During October operations will bo limited to cleaning out the tunnel and preparing for the final meas urement of worn hereto! oro done under con tract. The work ot excavating, paving anl sodding at the ntw reservoir was continued with more satisfactory progress than usual. During tbo precut month tt is erpecte 1 tbat all work contemplated under the present contract wm uo eompicica. LIQUOR XICLWAfcS. The He guliitlen ltegardlng Their In- uanco to lto ltevlsed. Tbe liquor license year begins November 1. Tbo Commissioners are considering tho question ot revising the present regulations tn regard to the Iseuanco of licenses. Ibo first thing they will endeavor to do will be to find out what discretionary powers they have after tho regulations have hma com piled with by tbe applicants for licenses. They have already notified Major Mooro tbat a more thorough police report will be required ou tho charicter of tbe place and Wti pcoj to wuo Mgii me appucaiious, 11 Unto I'nlHl imit the . A It, Private Datzell who boasts that ho Is both a "Grand Army man and a Itepubllcan," In a Utter to theBt Louis JlfjiubUuv wiltei "Tho Grand Army of tho Republic, dis guise it who may, Is essentlilly the repub lican party Take It out of tbe republican part), and tbe republican party out ot it, and the grand old party would not hive left remaining tbo strength of tbo national prohibition natty. It Is republican, and re publican only It Is tbo grand feeder to tbe republican parly, without which It could not Ihe au hour or elect a man, and Is the very life and soul ot tho republican party Jf not, why aro our delegates nearly all pol iticians, Congressmen and Governors stand ing high In tbe republican party t It voted as one man for Grant was organlrel solely to do so. It voted as ono man for Logan fairly operated on bis behalf Ubat fools tbe politicians are, therefore, to try to dis tuUo a fact so patent any longer.' Jlrld for l.airr-iii George BackIey,Douglai Gordon and John Kuflln, colored, wore held for tbo a:tton ot the grand jury by Judgo Snell today, for breaking Into the carpenter shop ot Benja mln 1 . Kb odes, and stealing tools valued at $10. Arthur Jackson was also charged with tbe same offense, but his case was nolle prossed. SmrrlBse ljlrpntM'4 Marrlago licenses have I een Issued as fol lows' Georgo Uowman ind Klssleo Johnson, Fairfax County, Va John Daly and Kate Illekey; Wm. Iloltman and Catharine Tall lips, Lmaouel Ulout and Fannie Loweuberg, W, llerman afoxau, lljattsvlllo, Md , and Margaret A. Grimes, Lewlsburg, XV. Va J Joseih Jobuson and Mary L. Listen, Clom. Mulllkcn and Mnrgtret A. ttcott, Charles Harbour and Kllon Holmes. Prank V Mall ganond Annlobchwlng. Wm Speeds and Henrietta Harper, Hillsdale, 1) C. truth of I'rofeflMftr Ulirolei. Professor John II. Wheeler, lately pro feaor ot Greek In tho Uulverelty ot Vir ginia, died Monday In Nowberry, Vt. Pro fewor Wheoterwas only 'M years oil, but hud already won a place among tho fore most classical scholar In America 1'to feasor Wheeler wana gridiHtn rf HsrvHrd, and during lWWl wa a leltow ot the Jehus Hopkins Unhcrslty, Tlip I'nitu Arm Olllco Mciiud.il, l'litis, Oct i 1 he most recent develop ment In tho Army OflUo scan 11 Is tbo du covery at tho home of Gi tieral CalTaril of a summary of tbe plaust'i moblllzo fio ov enteenthArm) Corps Tils summary Is tho same that the ;;iro pubtttbi' 1 A memo rttiuluni e t flrlom sum received pre sumat'ly for dieomilons has btn found at C'ompto d'Aulau's huu.o D I" reported that the latter bds gone to Urutcls or Her lln, and that be dtclirt-d tbut ho bud no dr tiro to tie Imprisoned btfora his trUl, but tbat be would appcur on the day of trUl Ihe arrest of many prominent people Is lm ml rent. U ndy UninrN lVill Ca mo, Oct U It Is ofllclally reported that there are 5,000 rtt els at Sirras, It Is believed that they Intend to surround Wady Haifa and entirely sever tbat place from outside communication. Hating; In Kujclnud. Low doh, Oct. 1J. Tbe race for the Mil- die Park plate was run at Newmarket to- dsy. It was won by Friar's Utliaca with UbeoI Hatch second, and Sea Brsosa third, SPORTS 0? THE SEASON. Ibo following timely remarks from the SjKjrtinrf 'vrld aro commeuded to the at tention of tbo Jockey Club: "It is rather singular that tho gettcrs-up ot racing enter prises havo not devoted tbelr attention to stecplecbaslng for the autumn and early winter. Now, in I ngUnd etoeplechaslng docs not como to tho foro until tbo closo of ihe regntsr flat racing, and from Novombor till March racing people havo almost dally opportunities of seeing sport between tbe flags, and under Grand National Hunt auspices, too. Now, here etoeplechaslng is tnjoyed fully as much as on tbe other si le, but, conducted as ll Is at present, as an appendage to the day's programme on tbe regular tracks during tbe year, it Is neither sport nor circus, neither flesh nor red herring," Tbo programmo for the first five days of tbe fall meeting of the National Jockey Club Is in tbo hands ot tbo printer, and will be ready for distribution In a few days. It Is a very good one, although there aro no races on It longer than a mile and a quarter. Tbe club makes up for this, however, by glvlug ono of tbo old fashioned rnlto beat races on Saturday, the fifth day. Ihe programme for the additional four days In tbo scconl week will not I made up until the secre tary knows what horses will be here. blle Secretary Mclntyre's handicapping Is ceuerallv nralsed. bis work in tho McKlb bin Steeplechase, to be run at tho coming Ivi I It mri tint-. ( fnndnmnivl . 11 M nit 11. a horse that has never dono anything but lead for a short dlitmce in sprlut races on the fiat, Is given 1J7 pounds, while ltioiI nneslfko Lmiefcllow get in with i:v; King TrMihlcr, 113, Mealow ijueen, Put Oikloy and John Henry, 130. Salter Dennis signalized his debut as manager of a League Clubby administering a severe drubbing to the Mets, the boys get ting away with tbcm to tho tune of 10 toil Irwin and Mack eaeb made an error. Ibe others played anerrorhsa game Ibo home nine bad a walkover Tbe Mets are a pltl ably weak team. The tcbemoof dropping tbe in and admitting the lluffdlos In tbolr place should be encouraged. In fact, where can tbo Mets lay next year If tbe New lorks take their Staten IeUnl grounds? Htnes surprised overyouo by bis fine work at frbort. l'hll liaker umpired eatUtietority. President Young bad better keep an eye ou L'hll when he mikes up bis umpire list. Jul 1 100 times as many spectators as wit nessed tbe Washington game saw tbe St. Louts-Detroit game yesterday. Tbe poor playing ot tbe Ilrowns give ono an idea that a blppodromowas In progress. It is to bo hoped that this Is not tbe case. Those games Bbould be the best of tbo year and without even a suspicion of crookedness St. LouIb made 7 errors and 3 runs, being earned, Detroit, n runs, 1 being earned, and 2 errOrs. Tho telegraphic reports trghctto state how Johnny Ward's scheme of vi umpires operated satisfactorily It is to beaeiuincd. The Critic bas repeatedly urged tbe formation of a Potomac ltlver Navy, and several seasons ago when the lata 1. Kim ball, jr ,bad charge of the sporting columns be exerted himself strongly In favor of tho scheme. It Is with pleasure therefore that tho following Is quoted from Sundiy's lhraUt "Tbe movement for tbo forma tion of a Potomac ltlver Navy Isetrenger to day than ever before, and it Is not unlikely before tbe season opens In 1SS3 there will bo quite a flourishing organization here un der tbat namo. buch a body should Include not only the clubs of Washington, but the Old Dominions of Alexandria should also be a member. As Precldent MeKennc) of tho Anatostans Is tbo senior ofllcer ot tbo District clul s, it would to quite tho thing for Mm to call a meeting of tbe clubs to cuesult about tbe affuir." A Ills Ileal In I'roupctt. fw Your, Oct. IS. A gigantic baseball deal is on tbe tajls at present wblcb may affect all three of our local clubs. Somo say tbe Metropolitan Club will mako Its eill from baseball at the end of tbe present eiason. If It does O'Prlcn, Itadford, Mays and Ilonklneon w III probably go over to tbe Hrookljn Club, ThoNew ork Club wants the first three men and will mike a bard fljht for them The Jirooklyu Club will make a itrong effort to securo some of tbo Detroit placers or the whole team Somo correspondence bis already passed on tbe subject. Said C. H. Uyruc of tbo Drooklyn Cluhyesteidaj ' 1 wilt sny nothing about our Intentions until things take a more definite trtupo. o will have u great team next year In Urook ljn, depend upon It." lirooklyn wants to exchango Phillips for Meeker of tho Louisville Club, while the New lor k Club Is inaklrg big offers fcr Slovey of the Athletlce, Others In a position to know say that the Lirooklyn directors are determined to have a great team next year, regardless ot cost. Said an everyday spectator at the Llroo'tlju gatuts yesterday "Our club is making every effort to socuro Pitcher Carrutbers and Catcher Hushong of Ibobt Louis nine. Von dcr Ahe will sell tleie two plajers, I know.lt be gets bis I rice, nud 1 feel sure Drooklyu will pay tbe pi Ice." In speaking of tbe coming baseball earth quake, John 1), Day of tbo New York Club tald "It does not corcern the Giants, conse quently It Is nono of my business. My lira areBealed, and If tbe peopte who aro engi neering the scheme refuso to talk, I sup pore the baseball enthusiasts will hve to w alt until they got ready to unboioin them selves." A few minutes later several ot our base ball moguls aro teen In earnest conversa tion. Approaches reporter, who bears In a shrill whisper: "Mum's tbe word, boys. Don't say nothing to nobody." hen the anxious scribe Joins tbo group tbo directors are talking In tho most Inno cent manner about tbe weather or some every-day subjects. It Is tbe opinion tbat whatever plans our baseball moguls aro ar rarglng will not be divulged until attar tbo players' contracts expire on October 'JJ The I.ate lllnlrttrr Manning, Judge Thomas C. Manning, American Minister to Mexico, who died In New lork ye-etcrday morclng, was a mllvo of Ldcn ton, N, C , and after ttu tylnjf law In Ms native btato removed to Louisiana lu 1S"3 In 1M1 ho was ilecUd to tuo iweslaii convention of bis Statu aa a btate rights Democrat, ard during thowur strved two jr-trs In the Confederate ormy In Im! be whs appointed Adjutant General ot tbe State and tLo rut y,ar Aesm Into Justice Of ihe .upremo Court 1) IS7el ho bertcd arfaTlMcu ehctor, nnd In Jxtuiry, 1S77, was appointed Chief IuK oof th 3iprnne Ct urt Ho whs relegated to private life two jeor Inter, but. oeuiplel nscilouthe Mipitrua Jlencb the &u.i d tlmo for a tirnt wtlib ended ub nit two )eirs ago, when Governor McFnery rifu-fd to mppdut blm JudgM Mum Irg hud been fir sovenl uura a trusteo f tin Pojh dj fduc jilnnil fund HewHR Hpplttd tu the Muxfcan mliflcn In September, 1SM1 A llOllt'l Mill I.4Mitld Previous to expiring, tho lte General 1'dward Hopklnsof Jacksonville, PU , ex pretsed tbo dot-Ire ttut his heirs mei't anl settle up bis e-tato as provident for in bis will liforo separating after tbo funeral. In rnropllance with tbe request, Ibe heirs held a int-ettng a soon as thefunorat services weru over Tbo first thing being done by thtra was to settle tvery account the General bad left uosettlel and tbeeipemtes liturrtd lu tho funeral also, as pfr his ex pressed desire ThU done, aud tbe estate lalngentlrtdy freoof any claim, tbe prop erty was divided as equally as possible bo tweentbo three heirs. lbs managemeot of claht London thea tres Is In tho bands of womoa. A GREAT IMPROVEMENT. Tho Proposed Itarvalion South of Ihe Avenuo. WHAT IT WILL. C031 ATnbulatod 8 intern on t of tho Assusaod Valuo of tho I'roporty. Tho Commissioners lic been con sldcrlng the projector having Congress purchase tho territory between Ninth and rtftecnth streets and Pennsylva nia OAemio and tho Mall for a (lovcrn ment reservation, nnd they will devote to this Btibjcct n chapter of their nn nual report to the l'resldcnt. It is Intended to erect all ftHuro Government buildings on this reserva tion, Instead of using tho other public parks In tho event of tho Permanent imposition being established, It Is sug gested th4t this would ha tho proper pUco to loealo It T hen, besides beau tlfylng the city, the disreputable neigh borhood just south oT the Avenuo would bo cleared out Sir. Uos A rieli. Assessor of tho District, has prepared nt tho direction of Colonel Ludlow the following state ment of the niscHtd value of thu prop i rty necessary to bo condemned for this purpose Vvloml hii(ii J.iutlot , I mwiecr ( mm iionert I), V Colonel. I transmit herewith a plat of the territory between Ninth nn 1 Hftecutu streets northwest, and south of l'eansylva nta avenuo to tbe Mall, and the assessment nftbesamo as shown by tho books ot this office. 1'ermlt mo In this connection to call n ao cz Unotz fnr- your attention to tho extension ot Virginia avenuo southwest, from Twelfth street through the southwest portion of tho Agri cultural grounds to the Monument grounds, as an Important part of tho Monument grounus improvement. Very respectfully, Kos, A 1'isu. vj 2 ! i I II 05 c 3 2. 5 1 3 - fcH. fiEl s Ss 3 , 2, J-Jfl ;15M S117,"iW jww .h.7 ',0,4 m II KIT -II ) .".tJ tl IT. II.I'IO 21.HX1 -so ufiir $ijMn 2I.IM ?-10 MM flfVHI 0,'Wl J3 40(lt $V.) SInV) .'(J 10 0.11 51,1 101 WW M7 r;r,D.vJ ii,",n -vo-i J3S f? tt.7 41 ou w;qj 31 81 7M 4-MJ HJiW .1.0 Milt H H7 J Hi) -")J WW 7'UIJ 1 ." ."J SJ 71(1 OI.'KII 81 l - . M 2 DM 1 PiX) 4 (H il 3 HilH 1 .' y 2 M 17Vt HWt 2H 7. J"" J"I M 21 VH) 9ft 4I.VS J1.71I n 10.1 an iij, t i u i.i io moo Jt.'l liCti. 40,0.11 J"! (3(1 Ul 41 W IHiTi 4i;t) i j,it i n.tiu m Wl Stl.fl" .'(,'(1 111 fl) HI ii'WH M 11, ,; Jtftl ;a,?i id j. lion) 1,8 -lino SUM Til t,lVi,M Alleys . JJ.W7 . . hi reels LIHTtt Aic-f.cto 4a,ns Total. S.MMI All the property U taxable except tho engine houso on 1) street, near Twelfth, total assessed value, $1,070, the Twelfth street station-house, fll, 000, and tho Night Lodglng-IIouso ad Jh(ent $1,750. Somo of tho most Important Improve mentson the land are Allmugh's Op era Inue, the Klchmond nud Dau tllleltallroad building at Thirteenth street and tho Acnue, the new Grand Army Hall, Quartermaster General's oillce, Harris' llljou Theatre and tho Panorama building THE WLSTEltX UMOX. Annual MAtlncif tlioSlnrkhuldors The 11 and O l'urcliaae New Your, Oct, 13 At tho annual meeting of the We item Union atockbolJers to-day the purchase of the II. and O.Tela graph was ratified. The receipts for the pmt year were il7, 10JWI eipenses13,ri(,0;s 51 lib tbe new line tbe commny will bave KV.'.OOO inlhs of Hues and uver 5X1,000 miles of wire.. Tbo agreement with the U. aud 0. runs forCOyejrs Itbtstdttd that it Is not probable rates n 111 bchdtiinccd Aiiiilhir Drnth I'ioiu (Minli-m. Mw okk, Ott, U Another death from cholera oi curred at bw Inhume Island today. It ias that ot an 18-monlhs-old child who e utue em thu Mcamshlp Alcsls. rresllett lUyh'snf the I turd uf Hoitth lias called a meeting ot the board fur this fttrtinon to tko teps toarl preventing tbe Inn lh gof any of tho AlesU's paseen gers liielorMcd bj I he KnlihtH, ViSNEiioLis, Oct U U the Knights of Lulor uencuitly Ihls morning the Ulalr hducatlnnal 1 111 and tho Porau llomesteid bill were Irdorsul. I lies riiNldi'itl In Omnlin. OMAiu, Neii, (Kt. U The Cleveland patty arrlel at 11 o'ebtek this morning icd took a two tinurt) ilrlvo around the 'i'j l Iio t mk I'lliiliTrt' HtilLe. , New eutft, Oct 2 lti strike amung ibe book and Job prlntets continues, and tbe men profces conlldi uce lu tbu result A l.oml SaiicNX. A Chlnamau was Btau4lng upon the river baik yesterday. Ibe slRht of tho raging Cbemnng inspired him to remark, in his beH pigeon linpllsh "Helly deep t,' "Yea," remarked the Hon. Jacob Swartt, ho stood (ctar by, "Juit about IM El tolra Advertiser, llli; HOUTS DISASTEll. Hotetitten KlllfMl unil OverTlilrty In Jurnd, KouTfl, Im),, Oct 12 The lorrlblo railway disaster near hero Is described ns follows by the engineer of the pai senger Iraln: "Wo passed No, 40 at lloone Groo on tlmo nnd startel to ward Kouts. No. -19 pulled out of tbo station In less than two minutes behind us, when ttiey should have waited much longer. When we wero well away from tlio town we could boo her light but ft llltlo way behind. We wero not running very fait bcciuso the engine was 'on the side' we had broken an eccentric strap and wcro running but one pntrof wheels, having been forced to disconnect the other pair of wheels, which were running loose. Of course ihe accident held our speed down a lit tic, but wo had no (den that tho cngt neer of No. 4) would have any difficulty In keeping off fiom our heels Tho last time I looked bchlud there was ntnplu room between us We slopped at the Iloono Groiu water tank an 1 wcro thero almost a minute before they struck us " Tho Chicago nnd Atlantic Hallway, on which this disaster occurred, orlgl nilly orgunl7cil In is?d ns tho Chicago, Continental nnd Htltlmorc Hallroal, runs from Mailon, Ohio, tn Hammond, I nd.. n dlsiancn of ill'- miles, occunv Ing the traeluge of the Chicago nnd Western Indium Kind .lames II. Hem diet of New York Is thu president nnd U, 11 Uuthilu of Chicago, secro tnr Kouts Si Ulon Is a Utiles plica fifty miles east of Chicago '1 he New York express hating Chtcigo at T'll p. m for New York hi I stopped at Kouts for water. It Is said that a signal n is Bent lack to btop the freight coming after, but for ho mo reason It was dlsru Curded and the express was telescoped 1 he entire pi'senger train of the cars was completely wret ked, Seventeen persons lost their lies and thirty per Boris weru Injured To ndil to the horrors, tho stove In the sleeper unset and bet lire to tho or 1'ucl was added by the oil tn the lamps that were overturned Tho IdentllliMt lcnd. IiuiiNAi-oiis, Oct. 12. A special to Ibo AVvs from Huntington, Ind,, sajs tbo dead In the Kouts wreck on the Chicago and Atlantic Ho id arc Dr. Wm Perry, wife and daughter of North J ml eon, Ind , Charles Miller, Mrs, Lena Sillier, Fred Miller, Wm Miller, Herman Miller, Mlunlo Miller of Dundee, III. None of the Injured aro In a serious condition and aro doing well The coroner of btark County, who accom panted tho dead and Injured, under the escort of the railroad ofllclals, took tcs tlmony up to midnight, A JJISASTHOVS itTOUM A City it r 8,ooo Inhabitants Com pletely Ifentroycd. KoriMTM, Aiuz., Oct. 12 One o tbe most disastrous storms ccr known on the Southern coast of Mexico, oc cured on tbe Tth and blhof this month The city of Quellto, n town of more thin 8,000 people, w as totally dtstro cd nud many llcs lost Telegrams ghe accounts of most affecting scenes, many women, children nnd men llounderlng lu the stormy current and crying fur help which was not at hand No par tleulnrs are obtainable, ns the wires ore down Dispatches state the suppo sition Is that n number of wrecks ( curred In the Gulf, but tho facts cannot he iipcertalre il. Liter dispatches re port tbo entire coffee1 aud ormigu crop lu SInaloi destroyed JOJA.M'5 17. 1' U HUH flllfs Dummy tu l Hnrrlnl to Wii.l or lb How nU. Niw "VtuiK, Oct 12 Mlas Helen Dotnray, thcuilre'ES, and Je-'an Ward, the former captain of the New York Hacbnil Club, are t.i b m irrled In this city to day. Tbe wuldlnj Is to b pr twite aud tho plieu where ll will occur Is not known except to n few irieiuis fiiss muroy as is wen known, Is an enthusiast In regard to baseball Mr. Ward Is a highly edu cated young man and among his ac compllshinints Is the ability to speak fle languages. At o'clock this morning Miss Itch n Dauvray, the actress, and John M. Ward, tbeshorUtop of the New York llacbiill Club, wcro married Tho wedding took place prlvutely The couple took the Pennsylvania Hall road train for the Wist Ale'ntidifn pim, Ai.cxanuhia, a, Oct. 12 The Light Infantry bas commenced drttllng, uuJer tho Instructions of Ca tain Mushbach, Ub a view to competing for tho Infantry prlio at the Kicbmond Fair, October 23. Tbe trial ot Currao, charge I with the murder of Policeman Arnold, will becln io this city Thursday. Curran will bo defended by Misrs John llreene anil 1 dmund Hurke Commonwealth's Attor nej Msrbury will be aesletcd ty ilr J, M Johnston lu tbe prosecution 1 he Jury In the case was selected in Fred rrlcksburg and arrived here this morning in charge of Deputy Sergeant Smith William Samls, a prominent membir of tho Klehiuood bar, has ben admittel to practice In the courts of this city aaj count). Dr. Albert Fuirfitx, who his been quite ill at llio Itifirnury for ho pat tw weeks, Is said to bocomalePCi r,t Ihe msrrhije eif Mls 1! m llendhelm of this city to Mr Mux Hcuer of Unsliltiton will bo solemulriil at tbu ynaoeu this v e i log. A receptl m at lcUurue 'a Hall Mil follow tho wedding. Judgo C. 11. Asbton ot Mu; tioome Ccunty bis beeti aJmllted to practice In tbe couitsof thUeit). Mr. trunk A Heed of fhliclty hiubvin flt-eted by tlie Maons of tLo btite to tbe u file e of grand cuptalu of host, flu Lniittolnim l.eiltci lrlr". Nlw Djiicis, OlI. U No. 1 ) tut, first eh) Hal l lire, sold In Ne v Orleans, No eik, amlChlcan, III No 4 J w 7, secoad pilre, Mil in Wusbinston, D C, Seiw mu, Im Anelcf, C'4l , Pirtlaml, M Aupusta, da . IUpklosllle, ky .Freelonla, N , aid New Itxrlj, U No V 4Jt, tllrl prize, sold In Nt Orhaiu, Union, Mile , Cbliato 111, und 1 irntl Is'UiVlIIe, la No 11,1-7 5HM11O, noil hi Washing tun, 1 ( Ntt iiK, Ib'lalelphU, lo ledo, Ohio Annlsti n, AU Ute. lean and lheiis, l'a No sMJJ 10 (100 soil In Bcbliifttoo, I) (' Sew ork, Oaklan 1, Lai , Clcc1& 0, Ohio, 1d9 I'retk, lmi , Hiid dranil lorki, Duk Nos .U),-H, I. LM,Mt1ft and "ll.JPJ, each S uutl poll in Bbliiiton, I) (' Siin Francisco WOivl land, Cat , New urk, Huston, New Orleans, Denver, Col,, Leavenworth anl 1 optica, Kan lloiuton, Te-t kanss" Clt, Mo Okolona, MUs Loauspurt, Ind , aud 1 lm Hood, Neb. linvltt NnlU for llnmr. Nek Vuuk, Oct. U Michael lUvftt satieii to day on the Lily 01 i;ome ior Queenstown, THE TREASURY SURPLUS, Ex-Comptroller Knox's Papar Ea fore ihe Sinkers' Convention, THE rUTURH or THH BANKS Jiidfro Agnew Presents nn Intsrestlny Paper I'mai run, Oct. 12 The session of tbo tUtccntb annual convention of the American Hankers' ABsoclatlon wai opened In the Grand Open Houic, this dly, nt 10 :;0 o'clock this morning, 'resident Logan 0. Murray of Koir York presiding, Wight Rev. Cortland Wliliehiad, Bishop of Pittsburg L'pls eopnllan diocese, engaged In nn opening praerp at tbo close of which ex Chief .TuMice Daniel Agnew of llil city de llured a most hearty addrc of wel come President Logan ( Murray nroie to dclter tho tmcutag nddresq nmtl storms of appbiuau President Murray responded to thu address of welcome niid launched forth exhaustively in reference to the manifold objects of tbu afooelallon lie Mated that the association Is composed of ! 000 banks, representing frl.uuO.UW.OOU In capltil, turpi u and dcposltg Of these three tliouund aro nation il, tho remainder art private and ht ito b inks, trust oni panics nnd fiivlngs Institutions. The perfection of tho system fi 10 grcut that wPU few exceptions In tlia past quarter century tbu prosperity of tbo country has been uninterrupted. the object of tlio association Is to give Information to tho cntlio banking cnmnuiiilty of this country, giving strength nod polldtty to Institutions and gmng warning and protccllonlntl-nc of financial dangers A record of banking history Is kept, 'treasurer George 8 Ilaker of New York submitted bis report, showing the total receipts for tho fiscal year to be f 11,714, disbursements tn,H93, leav Ing a balance of fl.JLJa The secre lai) 'a report was submitted, showing a healthy Increase In membership ilur Ing tho past 3 ear nnd flattering pros, pi els for tho future. Klectlon of oili ters was ict In order, and while a committee of five on nominations were In conference John Jay Knox, ex Comptroller of the Currency, read a paper on "The dangers that threaten us from tho Treasury surplus." Mr. Knox demonstrated that such surplus can help rather than hinder tbo mon clary machinery of tbo country. He quoted hrgcly from Kngllsh history, bnting gathered his data from a aim liar condition of things in Hagland j ears ago Hon Daniel Agncw of Pittsburg, In a brief address, dlcussed the legal future of the National banking system Iho lack of power In Congress to grant n charter (thu power being of inference Bole!)), was clearly demonstrated by reference to the opinion of Chief Jus lice Marshall In the ct lebratcd case in vohlng tho constitutionality of tho elnrlcr of the Hank of the United MhIcm, granted In lSlfi Mr Agnew thought that Hie wide difference of opliihm between constructionist de manded that bankers fully uudir&tinl the ennstllulliin il piTer and sM mil e onsiruct tbet ef r un a salutary and bene llrlal system of binklng The totnlev HufjuMinutit of Interest-bearing binds wm dcredl te"ause tho somII lateidt flni nu 10 than u m,ensittd for by thetifa ard ccnitnlf-nt sjstcm of currency nx chantre and tustneas Intercouric, especially In Ihe ul sf nee ot tome other form of Gov crnujcLt security to tikoltspUcc Lroa Httbls tUto tie salntary influence of thD SrttloLal bsLUInlaws Is being felt every wlr No formtr system gate to tha couutr) a note fj tem so central and useful oronn hi mil iidnpterd to tlio ceels of te peip e ul aro d'nnstt iuan nil' W ITe. PnooRtiN, N. Y Oct 11 An afternoon pHpcr published a Detroit illspsteh yester day totucedect that tbe wife of uoncress man Dili's of this city was playing In Detroit under tbo stieco namo ot hatuerioo Hows. Mrs. Bills' friends ncrcnot aware that hs bad remarrlcl since he became a widower twenty )tars nco and the dispatch camel much comment The Congressman, when rjuextfuoed about tho matter, sail "L ilon't see tbat it Is anybody's LusIoojs It tlio story is true It concerns me alone, an t If it 1 untrue tbero Is no need ot denying; it" Mr Biles did not seemut alt concernel about the dispatch. Another .HyMcry In t htenso. CiiicA. o, Ili , Oct 13 A theatrical trunk, marked "Lillian Lewis," anl con tailing numerous dresves and other articles f feuitnlno attire, was found on tbe hko front yesterday morning. The trunk hal evidently been broken with an ax Oath mllroad tracks In the vicinity were found a fine launder silk dress and some gloves, haiidkcrihlef. etc , which bal apparently tceu removed from tbe trunk The police are In vent (gating tbe case nt B-'nllimorN of iorakcr Hit hmonii, a , Oct U A delecatloa from John A Andrew Post, G A. It , ot Boston, Is now In this city, and last night 1 resented each of tho ten ofllcers of Kobert k 1 eeCaron. Confeilerato Veterans, with a handsome Moid bearing this inscription 1 1 rum .luDu a Auurew root, ao in, ti a. It , tu lblcrt 1 Lc Camp, Confederal tterans " 'lue Ultors nlll bo banrjucteJ to iilcht TIip 'ni U ticniorrni 4ln Nlwai-k, N .1 , Oct U Tie charter election yestirda) resulted tn the re election ot J. L ilaytieo (pi-roocrut ) for Major by a plurHlttj of 1 400 llrvc(Ued 10 Ui vote, iftckson (IM ui lb an 1, ! W Pine, I r and Orde-r and l'rohll lllnnlst, M T au I Pcuta-cu-t, Lubtir, l.Mb, Ibt new Lily Coiiucil wpl stund -iO LepublLnns mid ! Wmo crats. Tioiibnr'1! ll Iio MuM'ulfttPd, ( 1 sm 1 tM', Oiiiu, Oct 1.' Charles 1 (tarranil confesses a shortage of $1,000 la !ifsc(Oiintsas trcisurer of tbe VlrcjOicVs IMitf -siclitIoo, which amount bas beet lot in KpectiUtlon Cidrrindhasa wlteaui fvrt ibti iriM , and his character has hereto fore Win cauttlered as abuereproaih Occuii NtrtmiNhlp1 n I veil, Nrw iUK,Oct li. Arrlcd Italy frona I iurpool, M hiiip, Oct 13 nlel nchorla, from New Wk, pr u ealel for niasgow Niw iikk, Oct U rrived -LydUi Momri'i, from 1 ondou, Nooidland, frous iitwtip WEATHER ThDICATIO.NS. lnllcatlon, for tbe twenty four kur rnuiniimlue.tJp m , VcJue.Jj, October U For tie DUtrlct ol Columbia, Jtr ntatber, illibtly warmer, llsbt to freU unrthwesterlj wlcrts, becomlni: T.rltble, ltb UoiU In Vlmtrta. Froit (or to mor row liMlclnily ot Wteblncton OtierYttloni taken at Tin CntTtd M. t.erotoirlcalIloreail,911 Uitreet Mrthwtltl a. a, 03 1 a, 71, ii.m.,n'.