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VOLUME XL.
ormicoATs axi> suits.
No. 19.
Men’s Sack Overcoat.
JAMES WILDE, JR., & CO.,
Cor. State fc EV3adison°sts.
miy aoojis.
ScmisiHCEß
State and Madison-sts.
Importers ami Mailers
OF FINE
Dry Goods!
To encourage the sale of
“Strictly First-Class
Merchandise,”
WE WILL
“At all Times”
“Quote Prices”
That will compare favorably with
the cheaper grade of goods sold
in this market.
“Our Selections”
This fall, the most varied we have
'ever shown, comprise some of the
;most elegant materials imported
to this country. A critical exam
■ination of our
“Wares and Prices”
>ls respectfully solicited.
'“LEADERS OF POPULAR PRICES,”
Stftto and Madison-sts.
EDUCATIONAL.
MR. and MRS. BOURHIQUE'S
SCHOOLS FOR DANCING.
JVEBT SIDBr-NaUlnrtum. MM Mtdlion-al.
♦SOUTH BIUB-ia Twuuty-luunb-iv., near
•ta-BT.
Cluaea tor LnOlet. Children, nod Gentlemen.
P*ttlcul»r» suiut tor Cnuiiuuu*.
Inrti*
For
OM-llfl
harvard school,
3101 INI)I ANA*AV.. Corner Twenlytlr»t*»t.
Aachnolfor boyi, will reopen WKDSKtfIIA V. SKIT.
**• I'rliuury mill bluhur ilimurtuimil. Lantlul pro*
paradun tor college, tliu auleiiliuo •eliuol. uml bu«l*
tww Hie. Imcaiud In Hie boil pan oUlie cuy s eiully
f«*Mlblo by the nuoeWMua. Tho building «uml«
«*• on all aide*. I'Jonty ol light nnd air. I:'i>rln
WA.M.aiul Indtnnn-av.. ChluuMo.
if j* ? UANGIXG
Mart ne sj™*
bOUTIf. ANI>
WKsTaIDKS.
Pennsylvania Military Academy
°P« n < Kept. H. Civil Knalnoerlng.Cbom*
R ,;r J{ tnuiUbi degree* conlurri'd. Auplr to
ll„ A ' C’pbUUUVtS. Patron. at No. ill Metropolitan
aiort.tfatono. o r to CoI.THKU. UVATT. I‘reat,
ÜbTltUriON- rou THE IMPHOVKU lASTUIf-
TIOX OF DEAF MUTE-S,
»uiAy ,on * ,l Y- between aixly-aevonth and Bl*ly
Ek ««» York. The largoat Articulation
la iha country. EataUUaliod ibUT( pure oral
"■mud. Bnud lor circular.
“ME. UAHULVA M Mill. UU AllEUUll'H
Ogdon Iloffman'a) Knglltb, French.
Co-. Ul,ru i« H Hoarding and Hay School foryomi*
r3_A. ,uu * children. No. 17 Weal Tbim-elghth-al..
k!7A or f* wI H reunon bept.ai. Application way bo
ZT 1 * by loner ur puraonally aa above-
UIEMT.VUT MTUMET WHMINAUY.
IhfAV m)NNKY nnd 51 lai IHUiAVK. Principal*. The
Uila Hoarding and l»a» bchool
21,1*1, at 1015 CheatmjwC. Pblladol*
. MIAMI VAI.LKV I OI.I.IHJK.
Bprlosboro. Warren Co.. O. ijatt aoulumM Train-
JUST LOOK AT THEM!
Children's Overcoats, $1.07 to SO.OO
Hoys’ Overcoats, ■ 6.00 to 14.00
Men’s Overcoats, ■ 7.00 to 45.00
$95.00! $95.00!
Buys a Splendid Overcoat; 20 different
patterns to select from. Come and see
them; it is money in your pocket to do so.
ELEGANT BUSHES SUITS,
S3B, S3O, $33,
REAL BEAUTIES.
Blue and Black Cheviot Soils,
$15.00. $15.00.
A magnificent Suit for the money,
and one you have James Wilde, Jr., &
Co.'s word can be depended upon.
FKAXK ltF.Hl>. Mnnnimr
pjakos -tyn ojuiaxs.
STUB AMI MAMS-SB.
TIIH IiAUUItaT
Piano & Organ House
In ItoTWorlfl.
SI n mi f « cl u rlns ovnr
uiti*>i\»olfili or thucntlro
production o(
Parlor Organs on the
American Continent.
I’lnnonnnd Onransaolil
on monthly or quarterly
puysnema.
172 STATE-ST.j
Opposite Palmer House,
O
lie
Oct. II and 12.
Special display of
Seal Dolmans and Sacpes,
Fur-Lined Garments,
Nulls, Boas, Hats, &e.
J. ETTLINCER,
172 STATE-ST., Opposite Palmer House.
Jt UCJCSK IXUNI) Eli lI'EAJ!.
10 PR ESE RV E HEA it H
u«e HMITII'A I'ATKNT PKUFOUATfcO BUCK*
HKIN UNUIWUAUMKNT*. They *ro pncel«»» in
JuJll!* ■Il4 KVilllUUlfill wllli Weak Lung* tt»»a mt CftlO
I’ttumoab wa* Kier Knotnu Where These (lanueuls
WERE WORN,
Keeping ihB body In a uniform degree of »«rmlb.
they I'revunt fold*. Ilncuumilaru. und nil klntlrwu
«lln*>nilurt». ilucoinmeiidud by »H pl»y*lclan».
American loitllute premium* fur twwlvo cunaecuilve
* Bend fur circular, for CO.
m >;oonn'rd-'»t.. New Vurk Pltr.
Wimcnliolm'a. Hojjera'. and
_ _i| - tpaWliur'a Fnchei cutlery,
□ l||f inrll Itaiura. Rflaaon*. Corkacrewa,
fl .11 I IUB U Hog Collar*, and Hardware
■ 111 llfi I D Notelllea. A.(i.Bl*Al.i)lNU
QiPUHUI f & UIlQa.. lft»Madl»uii»»u
WANTED.
A ootlUoii at Financial Mauwerol u maimluctorlng
butlnatt. wUU u moneyed (menial. MU, tribune.
Costumes,
Mantles, and
Seal Garments,
WILL OCCUR ON
USDiY i THUESDAT
IT r c have purposely delayed
our Openiuy hi order to ob
tain THE LATEST
Paris Iwelties
And most exclusive Foreign
Styles,' and promise the
Ladies an unusually at
tractive display.
All are Cordially
PARISIAN SUIT GO.
C W~ Owing to the immense
increase in the n umber of our
Patrons, we find it impossi
ble to send speclalinvttations,
as we heretofore have done.
WHOLESALE
CLOTHING!
CLEMENT, BAIE & GO,,
runs.
202,204,206,208,210
FRAWKLIW-ST.,
con.
Manufacture the Best Goods,
Carry the Largest Stock,
Make the Lowest Prices,
And Give the Best Terms.
VUTLBKX.
WASTJCI),
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1881—TWELVE PAGES.
. . orr.xiya.
'TUK~
SEMI-ANNUAL
OF
OF THIS WEEK.
Invited.
State and Monroe-sts.,
Under Palmer House.
CLOTJIINO.
5 off 60 days;
6 off 30 days;
7 off 10 days.
SCAJiVS.
The host fix
tint/ Scarf e '
er made.
Special a\
tachment fox
turned dowx
collars.
Samples se,
to the trade ox
application,
THOMAS & HATH!
MHUIIftICtUI-CI
254 Madlaorw
UUVTUHB CUJtBJJ,
RUPTURE
CURED.
Cim’AOO. April 11. ISM.
J)|i. I'AiIKRU—I)KAU BlUi Attur auHurln« many
vttii a vary I ■
tui I cuuiii non, umu tnmui
■imhnd vt.ii hnL aiiilv rtfUli..., •••«
inlutely
WUUE'i'/ IIuKiIANN.
1.1..1 lul k VVii«.iliii.t..r* - *
a wry large acruiul barilla, uml unulim in
• -»y iruui I could find, umil
_ i appliance you nut uuly .
riipiuru wlivr* utbera bad (ailed. but bavu
year* will
irliul Iro
»UII and nuw ai
cured tlio barilla. ...... —
U»!».U«m;u. at MtHnn-at..onu«,laJ K.Wu*liliiulon*»U
Tbo principle a naw one. No uperuuuu whatever.
No danger Incurred. Manulucturera ol cJaalis
btuckUigs. ||[XV;TL.K-n'. UIJTUAN X I'ARKKIt.
DUicuta statu-»t» fnlcaau. Ul.
JIATS.
'llA'l'S,-- I'<M _ Onjliemcn’a
iitenHuml JSuslness Hats,
I7i« /.aryt-W. Finest, Stuck ifa have «wr
ihvrcM, ui out u>uu( tow jirirrl. ii.IK.VJW
Hat and t'ur Slotx, &ti Madi»ou-th (‘itiOuua
iiUltiUHl/)•
it ahiAt ox as uiixsro x.
TOD AY,2:30M.,
Grand Balloon Ascension
PROF. SAM’L A. KING’S
Mammoth Hnlloon, known as the “Great
Northwest,” and recently used at Min
neapolis, will make tills memorable ns
censlon. in honor of the Patron of the
voyage, the great Air-Slllp will be named
“A. .1. NUTTING,” the Senior of Hie
firm which has alone undertaken this
great enterprise. Prof. King’s reputa
tion as n scientific, prudent, experienced,
and thoromrhly-skliled Aeronaut stands
unrivaled, after being thirty years In the
business. He has made 237 voyages, ami
an liillnite number of captive ascensions.
On this trip he expects to make a very
long, notable Journey, but, it being a
mailer entirely controlled by the winds
iiudcllnllc promises arc made as to des
tination.
TEN COMPANION BALLOONS,
Averaging about 25 feet In circumference,
will lie limtif nrnmiil tile ‘“(.HEAT AIR-
Slur,” nml will Ini cut loose from time
to time In the upper regions. They will
1)0 sufficiently Imllnslcd to malic « grad
mil descent, and so add zest to the ocell
i't'l.OT ItAIJ.OONS will be sent an nt
Intervals during the Inflation to show
the direction of the upper currents.
To impress upon you the prodigious
slzo of this (trout Hnlloon, we want to
tell yon that. Inflated and complete, It
stands ahont 101) feet high, Is about ISO
feci In horizontal mid 1110 feet In per
pendicular circumference, and could car
ry up from 10 to 15 persons If Inflated
witli hydrogen. Prof. King Informs ns
that the materials from which the Ilnl
lonn Is made (Ituhhcr Cloth, two thick
nesses) possesses ronmrknhly retentive
properties, the leakage of gus being only
ahont one ncr cent a day, so. under fa
vorable circumstances, the voyage jould
he continued n number of days.
The Signal Service at Washington
Have ORDERED AN OFFICER TO AC
COMPANY MU. KIND AT THIS ASCEN
SION FOR SCIENTIFIC OBSERVA
TIONS. Suitable Instruments will he
taken for making mcleorologlrnl obser
vations. TICKETS NOW HEADY.
Admission, 50c s Reserved Scuts, 25c
extra; Children under 12 years, 25c.
A. J. HDTTIHG & CO.’S,
Your Clothiers and the Managers,
104 & 100 Madison-st.
lioLiDAi r 'goods, jxosi tinr,iVc
$25 to SIOO
Saved in a single purchase, is just
what I have done for hundreds of
merchants in the last week, by
selling them goods s to so per
cent cheaper than they could buy
them elsewhere. My stock con
sists of
Holiday Goods, Hosiery,
Notions, Cutlery, Stationery,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Smokers’ Goods, Toilet Goods,
In short almost everything re
quired by the general merchant.
Don’t Stop Until You Find Me.
f. H. LimON,
145 & 147 WABASH-AV.,
CHICAGO.
Midi' I‘UISLIVATJOMS.
GARFIELD’S WORDS
tfMf/l/Mllw Vuiatiun /*»•»»»» thr
JVli'tifu llVUlNtftf o/
JAMES AIJKAM GAHFIELB.
Itrief, wUo. (diliy. uluguout paragraph# mr a .Brent
viulftT ol HiiUJoiitn. Then*. «lili l«« MmnuJp and
I'.&uali. joim uii admirable auuvoulroj l*rv»ldein
(iarliuld. ___
• .•Ktir kalo by all ltook*><ller«. Bent, ixtUpald. on
receipt mi price, by thu I'ubimbera.
HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & GO., Boston.
/» > M r* Ir* I n Apent* wanted fur Idle of J*ru»W
■ • ■ ULIL I lldem liarlield. A complete. fault*
llUnrin lliul liUtorr fnmt cradle to crave.
Vrelll iMMUpy tlte ennneiil llumwiiliur,
fonwoll. Hook* all reedy lordcliyory. Antiietianily
Illustrated volume. Indom-d edition. .Überai term*.
Aaunu laku order* lor I runt 3U toiU eopiunmllr. Out*
»u)i» anr oilier book ten to one. Ayenu never maO«
nionrr *o U*l. Thu book sells luelf. Kipsrleiice not
nuecMtrr. Failure unknown. All ilia** lutmuniu
IroOW "rlTVle lornw lr««. UKOUUK BTINSU.S Jt
L».. l > orun»d. Me.
optical hoods.
e.\nn* DjipMiAiNi
BuildiHG
Fins Spectacle* »ulled to all •Ittbi* on sclentlOa
principle*. Opera aud Field Glasses, 'ialescopcs,Fit
ctoscopes. UarouieMr*. ate.
Grand Balloon Ascension
From 10,000 to 20,000 ft. Altitude
Is attained by Ibis distinguished Aero
naut at his different ascensions, or from
two to four miles perpendicular bight
from the earth’s surface. Although it is
quite contrary to the wishes of the Man
agers, Prof. King says that, should the
winds favor, he will cross Lake Mich
igan. He has the utmost confidence in
his great Ship, and thoroughly under
stands every square Inch of Its immense
surface. This Is without doubt one of
the strongest and safest llallnons ever
built, and the Professor’s couildcncc is
certainly well founded.
i j: IT*
& CO.
Have encouraged and assumed the man
agement of this notable affair to help Hie
Professor in ills laudable researches for
the Easterly Upper Currents, which shall
prove or disapprove of the possibility of
a Transatlantic Passage. lie still be
lieves In his ability to cross the Ocean,
and tills is one of a series of Inland voy
ages looking towards positive evidences.
104 & 106
Madison-st.
Has become Headquarters for enterprise
us well as for
Stylish Garments
And Lew Prices,
And tiro name of this (Inn Is carried crci
through the clouds.
openings.
Clim . Gossage
€h>
“Opening!”
WEDNESDAY,
Oct. 12th.
Displaying Imported
Costumes,
Cloaks,
“Elegant Novelties’
In every Dop’t,
Selected from the Latest Styles
produced exclusively for
Farts and London sales, and
exceediny in richness and va
riety all previous exhibitions.
Chas. Gossaqe & Co.
jtoorsAXn snujis.
Walker
Boot.

I; P. Famnm
Wholesale Dealer In
Boots&Slioes
240 Mndiaon Stroot,
CHICAGO.
Sola Agent In Chicago lor the Celebrated
J. H. A 0. M. WALKER BOOT.
BTSend for Prlco Date
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Fair weather, southeasterly winds, ami
stationary or higher temperature lor this
region today.
The Mrs. Garlleld fund reached 833(1,393
last evening. Thu fund will be closed on the
l&th Inst.
Thk grand Jury of Queens County, New
York, has Indicted the pool-seller who set up
In business when driven by Uto police out of
New York City.
PRESIDENT (fAnFIKLD’S picture IS to bo
placed upon the flvc-ccnt International postal
letter-stamp. A fine engraving for the new
stamp is now being executed by the bank
note company.
Tun Chicago Common Council at its meet
ing last night granted the Mutual Union
Telegraph Company permission to lay Us
wires into Chicago. They must be laid un
derground, however.
Ex-Senator Conkli.no left Washington
for his home at Utica yesterday. Ho was
suffering from malaria, and would have
staid at the Capital some days longer but
that he feared he mlghtbe taken seriously ill.
l)n. Sciii.if.uann has arrived at Constanti
nople on his way to Jlissurllk, the «•’ if
ancient Troy, where he purposes conUuu.ng
his excavations. The Herman Ambassador
to Turkey has applied for the necessary per
mission for him.
Hkniiv Ckockktt, presuming on old ac
quaintance, addressed Mrs. Charles Jones
rather familiarly at Wythcville, Va., yester
day. Mrs. Jones Informed her husband,
whose Virginia blood became so tired that
he shot Crockett dead.
Shxatoii Plait, of Connecticut, who was
reported to be dying some weeks ago, has
recovered his health. lie passed the sum
mer in the Adirondack Mountains, and has
recovered from a chronicabscess In the chest,
lie !s in Washington, but is paired with Sen
ator Pair.
Titb balance-sheet of the Post-Ofllce De
partment lor the quarter endiug Sept. 30
shows a dcliciency of $70,000, as against
$500,000 for the corresponding period of last
year. The result is due to Postmaster (Jen
eial James’ judicious, economical, und efli
clent management of the department.
Joiix A. Smith, CountyTreasurcrof Ham
ilton County, Illinois, who disappeared
some time ago, leaving his bondsmen to set
cle for a shortage ot $2,000 in Ids accounts,
was arrested yesterday at Walnut Ridge,
Ark. A letter which lie wrote to a friend
near ids aid home led to Ids capture.
Tub general opinion among Republicans,
and indeed among otliers, is that Senator
Bayard will be permitted to remain Presi
dent pro fcm. of the Senate only until the
opening of the regular session, when Sena
tor David Davis will unite wild the Repub
licans to elect Senator Anthony President
pro fcm.
Purhidrxt Aimiun has accepted Uio
resignation of Secretary Wlndom, the accept
mice to take elfcct on tlie qualification of ills
successor. It is understood that Secretary
Blaine will insist on his resignation being ac
cepted immediately after Uio i arktown Cen
tennial eclcbratkm; also Attorney-General
MucVengh.
PosTMASTcn-CiKXKitAL James sent Presi
dent Arthur nearly 500 nominations of Post
masters yesterday for tlie Presidential signa
ture, as a preliminary to their transmission
to the Senate. Secretary Kirkwood also sent
a large number of nominations to minor ci
lices in tlie Interior Department to the Presi
dent for Ids approval.
Thr committee to which Uio charges of
slander and lying preferred by the liev. Dr.
Thomas against the liev. Dr. Parkhurst
were referred by Uio Methodist Conference
agreed on a verdict last night, but did not
nmku It public. It is surmised, however,
that they found Dr. Parkhurst not guilty,
and will so report this morning.
It Isdofinltly settled that Secretary Lin
coin will remain in Uio Cabinet, and it is
pretty generally believed that Judge Kolger,
of Now York, will succeed Secretary Win
dow. Kx-Senulor Howe, of Wisconsin, will
be in the Cabinet, but whether as Attorney-
General. Postmaster-General, or Secretary of
the Interior has not yet been determined.
Thr Secretary of tho Oldham Colton-
SplnneiV Association Ims written to tho
United States Consul at Manchester to suy
Unit thousands of tons of sand arc paid fur
as cotton each year in consequence of fraud
ulent packing in tlie United Slates. It is
suggested that if Uio name of tho planter
ami packer bo placed insldo eacli baio of cot
ton It may prevent persistence in Uio fraud.
Sp.ciiF.TAitv Wisdom announces himself a
candidate for Senator from Minnesota to till
out Ids own nnexplred term. It Is not
thought that ho will encounter any serious
opposition. He is recognized by tho llcpub
llcans of Minnesota as worthy of tho honor,
and Uio must able representative Uio State
can have in Uio senior brunch of thoKutionul
Legislature.
Kx-Siibiiipf llokfman.v, A. M. Wright,
nml William I’enn Nixon uro understood to
bu candidates for the olllco of Collector of
Customs In succession to Mr. William Henry
Smith, whoso term of nllU'ewlll expire in
December. Mr. Nixon claims that ho Is
backed by Congressman Farwcll and tho
present incumbent, and says ho thinks he
will get tho cilice.
Tub Ohio State election takes place today,
Tho Itepubllcaus are confident that they will
elect nil tho Slate onicers by majorities
ranging from to,ooo to ‘JO.OUO, and a majority
of the lower branch of tho Legislature; and
they fuel that they have n good lighting
chance to elect u majority of both branches.
It is not'expected Umt Gov. Foster will poll
unite us many voles us the rest of his ticket,
but there Is every reason to believe that he
will he elected by a fair majority.
At a caucus of the Democratic Senators
last evening Messrs, (luriuml, Jones, and Mac-
I’hersun were appointed a committee to ex
amine the credentials ot Benators-elect Dap
ham and Miller, and to consider the protests
of tho Democratic members of the Now York
Legislature against their admission. The
committee will report to the Democratic
caucus today, and that body will then de
termine whether the Democratic Senators
PlllCf}' FIVE CENI
are to admit tho Scnators-elcct, or
the State of Now York of rcpresentni
tho Senate for .several days longer by.
ring tho credentials of Messrs. Lapham
Miller to a Senate committee for
lion.
AncumsHOi* Choke says that Irish ten
ants should only pay their landlords what
ever remained after the farmers and laborers
art* decently clad, fed, and housed, and their
families provided for. Mr. Parnell was pre
sented with the freedom of'Wexford City
Yesterday. Mr. UlMon resents Mr. Glad-
praise of him. and proposes answer
ing him. There have been agrarian dis
turbances In KltkonnyaudGalway, and some
arrests have taken place In consequence.
The French and German guests of the Na
tion will be escorted to the rotunda of tho
Capitol by the civic and military societies o£
Washington next Friday, when they will bo
formally received by the President. There
will be fireworks and Illuminations in honor
of the guests in Uie evening. On Saturday
they will participate in an excursion to
Mount Vernon, and will attend a reception
al Secretary lilnlne’s In the evening. They
will leave Washington for Vorktown on Sun
day.
Tub Rr.v. W. I*. Coddinotox, of Syracuse,
X. V., Inks It Is understood, declined tbe call
of tbe congregation of the Second Presbyte
rian Church of Chicago to become their
pastor. The Itcv. Mr. Coddlngtrm Is now
Professor at a college at Syracuse, and was a
Methodist, hut It was believed that his the
ology would readily conform to Presbyte
rian Ideas, but after conscientious considera
tion on the subject, Prof. Coddhigtou finds
himself compelled to decline the call on the
ological grounds.
Tub Senate met In called session yester
day pursuant to proclamation of President
Arthur. After some preliminary motions,
including one to admit the two new Senators
from New York and the Senator from Rhode
Island, had been voted down, a resolution
offered by Senator Pendleton that Senator
Bayard bo elected President pro tan. was
adopted by a vote of :H to 32. Senator Davis,
of Illinois, voted with the Republicans on
the motion to seat Uic three new Senators, but
refrained from voting on the motion to elect
Bayard.
Siieihfk Manx sent u communication to ,
the Cook County Commissioners yesterday *
denying point blank that there was a particle 1
of truth In the statements made by Com- ,
ndssloner Albright that the Jail was In a j
filthy condition, and that it abounded In |
vermin. ShcrllT Mann asked for a commit- ;
tee of Investigation. Commissioner Albright ;
repeated Ids charges, which a brother Com- j
misSloncr (Enderj told him lie know to bo :
false. After some wrangling a committee i
consisting of Wood, Sennc, Knopf, Coburn,. j
and Miller was appointed to Investigate the . >
charges. !
Tub committee or jury of fifteen to j
which the Methodist Conference at Syca
more referred the charges ot heresy against •!
the Rev. Dr. 11. W. Thomas, of Chi- j
cago, have, determined on a verdict-}
of guilty, find will so report to the j
conference this morning, recommending !
that Dr. Thomas bo expelled from (
the ministry and membership in the Meth- I
odist Church. On the nnnonneement of the <
verdict, it is expected that Dr, Thomas will ;
enter an appeal to the Judicial Court, which ■
wilt bo culled together within sixty days.
Miw. CnuisTiAXcy gave evidence yester
day in the divorce suit. She testllled that .
after her marriage with Mr. Christiancy in •
ISTd he took licr to ids homo in Michigan, ;
where she spent two years of her married :
life. During that time, with only the aid of !
an inexperienced girl of 15. she performed
all the duties of the household, Including ,
the mending of her own chillies. The fain- .
ily consisted, besides herself and her
husband, of her husband’s live sons,
four of them grown, and the young
est 15 years old. The latter was kind
to her, and she became attached to Idm.
She said that the other four wore In the
habit of getting drunk and quarreling among
themselves and with their father, and were
accustomed to use coarse language ami in
dulge in frequent brawls. She protested
against living in the same household with
tlie boys, and wanted to live with her hus
band In a house separate from them. She
says she dues not believe In divorce, and
only commenced proceedings when com
pelled by her husband's course.
Aftrii Uio adjournment of the Senate yes
terday the Democratic Senators held a cau
cus to determine on what course they shall
pursue in reference to the Secretaryship of
tlie Senate, and on Uio admission of the three
new Senators. They were undecided what
to do, however, seeming to bo afraid to pro
ceed further In tno work of mischief, and ad
journed without coming to any dclhnt deter
mination on Uio Secretaryship. It was de
cided that if that olllco fell to them
they would choose Col. L. Q. Washington, a
Virginia Journalist. The itopublieuns, it is
understood, will allow the Democrats to
elect their nominee to the Secretaryship.
They feel that although tno Democrats have
drawn the prize of tins Presidency of Uio
Senate In tho lottery of assaslnnuon, as Sen
ator KUmuiids put It, they (Uio Uepubllcuns)
will bo consistent, and nut take advantage of
Uio death of a Democratic Secretary to elect
n liepubllcaii successor. Besides, many of
Uio Uupubliean Senators would not vote for
Gorham, who would probably bo Uio Uepub
llcan caucus nominee, so that it is quite
probable that Col. Washington will bo elected
today. :
Tub New York Democratic State Central
Committee hold a session last evening at
Albany to make up a roll of delegates and to
select a temporary Chairman. John Kelly,
who U n member of tho committee, was
present, and objected to tho New York Cou
nty Democratic delegation being placed on
tho roll. Thu objection was promptly over
ruled, and John Kelly, who was strutting
around the streets of Now York some time
ogo wanting to see the Democratic State Con-,
ventlon which would exclude Tammany and
admit Its opponents, was as meek nanny.
lamb. 110 did nut oven protest. On the
contrary, ho and hU friends say that
they will support tho Statu ticket which
they will not bo permitted to help noml- 1
nntc. They say, however, that they will
imlto with Irvlng-llall In putting up a local
ticket uguhist the County Democracy, with
u view to showing the rural Democrats that
these two organizations can poll u much
larger number of votes than the County
Democracy. It is said that there will be but
twenty-four rural Democrats at the New
York Convention today who will favor the
admission of the Tammany delegates.
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