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li' &. R. H. TAYLORS 1)33 l'eniin. Avenue, Cloak & Suit DEPARTMENT. VK OALIi HI'KUIATi ATTKNTIUN TO TUB MOST CUMIt.KTK ASTOUTMUNTOF LADIES' and MISSES' WRAPS AND JACKETS Kwr 1'loplaycil In Washington, whuli never before contained sm ti mi nsBotlinent nf AUTIHTIO K1A FHOTH nml COMHINATIONS. Wo can inert llio wants nml Mill Ilia tnsles ul Iho luosl fastidious Willi Well nii'l Klcgnnt Kljlcs.lititnllril exclusively In lis. ALIO AN KL1INTAW1(TMKN1'0K I.VJUKS', KIISSIW, JVM) nilMllltiN'.- Costumes & Frooks. A lii II AnHurliiiciit nf Fine iju.illly At I'tru Moderate J'rlccs, R. Tri:, TAYLOR WIS I'I'.NNA, AVKNI1II. W.S.TEEL, Mercltanb Tailox, ANNOlllVCI.N Tlio Opening ol His IMPORTATIONS OI SpccJiiill.y Selected WOOLENS FOR Fall and Winter! Sifcvliil intention is invltid to the price., whlefi arc as low as can be made by any house for the name quality of yowls and workman ship. Our New Caller ylves perfect sat isfaction. sv. s TEEL, I-enna,. Avcnnu. Oi'l.VI,! DYEING 1733 Pa. Ave 1733 Pa. Ave. SCOUIUNO, ItHPAIKINO, 1 ninthim. culled fur and delivered. KKSSING. S. HALDKMAN, TS3 1'cnnsylvnnla avenue. Julius Lansburg'h's MAGN1FICKNT STOCK 01' UPHOLSTERY FABRICS, OAUPHTS, AMI) PAKLOK nruRisriTiJiiii Commends Itself Tor Frlco, Good Taste, nud (Quality tu our people. Specialties in liach and Every Ue liarlmfiit. Jiaw Silks, I0 .'oii(h, 75 Cents, nml HI. " Turcoman Curtains, SI nml 87. Nottinyhum Curtains, 81 lr I'nlr. Meal Lace Curtains, 87.511 l'oi- llr. Madras Lace Curtains, H I l'rr l'alr. Jiody Jtrussels Carpets As low ax l,und Mm BUST HAKN'OllO, LOVY ULL.iiml llill!i.()W,I.V5 per yard. WILTON VKLVISYH, MOOJIKITKH, TAI'IWTllV, INGHAIN8, 3-PLYS, nml VKNI5TIANS, III Ihe Greatest Vnrletj or Colorings. Wo nroiiuatilo In cniitncrato tlui Many Linos or Gonilswo keep, ami request a call, which will bo founl utlvdUtUKeoun. Julius Lausburgh, sin sEi'Esvn avitKtfr. nc.l-3nio'J '913 PENNNVI.VANIA AVENUE. JOHN F. PARET, A oniupleto lino of tho IIUST H I'ATlONItHV. OAltO KNUItAVINOofallklailiittndforall pur- AUTISTS' MATERIALS. IIHAUIilllTNMEN'M N III' I'M EN. I'ltlCl'AUKI) UANVA8, NI5W ICBVKDHTItKTCII. UKH, Oil, ANI) WATKU COLOItH, 1'INH 1IUIIHIIKH, KTO..AT FRED. A. SCHMIDT'S, foU-ly RUI NINTH N1HEF.T. JOHN F. ELLIS & CO., 37Poiin.Ave,N.W.,ncarJU(lisl. The OldeHl nml LniKcst Music House In (He Oily. J'lANOS AND OHUANH IIOVKI), TtlNKII, HIC i'AIHKD.I'AOKUl), ANII Hllll'PJd) ii r coMi'UTitNT mi:n at MOUKHATK I'lUOlM. . New nml Second-Hand Pianos and Organs for Hale or Iteul. John T?. 151 Uh Sc Co., !)3T 1'liNNHVJ.VANIA AVIINUIS. Telepliono Cull No. 18. near, tin W. G. METZEROTT & CO., 903 PENNA. AVENUE, HBCONU DOOlt WJC8T Of NINTH HTItKB-j, SOliK AKENTS FOR OII1CKEBIN O AND JH1I & HOLHTHOM Clough & Warroii Organs AND AUJUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. r a. u i n b , ' AT'l'OItNISX-AT-IiAW, C'oraor ut IjmiIhI.iili avcuuo ami .I'ouuuuiI-a-luiK Direct, uoar city Hull, VVunUluutou, 1). 0, fib VOLUME XXI. WHAT YOU CAN HUY AT W. H. HOEKE'S CARPET AND FURNITURE WAREROOMS, 801 MAUKKT SPACE AND H08 AND. .)10 8TU ST. A FKW PlISUKS (IP Tapestry llrusscls Carpels, Tho bcsl makes, only ctiotiRl, In a pleco tu cover n ruom,nl Bit, 05, nml 7. (ViiU I'or Ynril. A FKW I'll'.CKS OF BODY BRUSSELS CARPETS, Hcst makes, enough 111 ii plcea to cover n room, nt 'tK, 1, nml SI. Id Per Ynril Vfiholslery floods at Lowest Prices, fortieses, and Tit pcomnn Cit rta ifls '" '" from $8 to $100 a Pair. All Chan Wit Scotch Cur taiits at $7.78 por pair. Lace Curtains j'poni 78c. to $J a window, the bout, line we have over .shown. Furniture at prices so that an a one can afford to bo com fortable. Chamber Suites from.$lt) to $:i80. See our $80 imitation Jtla hoyany Suites. French beveled MiPPOP,it4 by.'lS, thcbcslmtito ever soldfop the money. Jledditiy o every desert p. lion. Forty-pound JlairJlat tress,$IO. DROWNED WITH IIEK CUILDRIJN. Iiihiiiio Jlrn. llniiiililHiin Flints l Wnlrry Uravo. A most rilnlreiuiluR caso ot Biilol'lo anil elilM inunler tool, place jvalcnlar mornlim near tlio up-river laniliiiR or tlio rotoiiuic Itoat Ultili. II irk mi tlio mail tliat wlnilH il way from tills plcatmro report niiiy to fouml tlio Ikiiiioh of kcv crnlciilliii.ililof.iiiiillca liuvlni; tlio naino nf Iion altlnon, wtionn aiicettlorH luivo llvcil on llin lilllti mncp IW carlleHt Ketlleinenl, Tlio house of tleorEO IMiulilivim one or I ho r.uully, nml nt prewnt 11 llirtvinfryounK conlriulor, was nmoiiK llio ntimlier. mid Mi liomo wiib noliil an n liappy one, lor I In) eight members or llio f.inilly mollier uml f,illier. tlvo lirolhcra aw ono sltler llveil together nmlealily. ltnaltnK pirllen In riiiii nier often walKcil throilaii "IjverH' Iiiip," anil at DonaMxou'ri wouhl KCturo cool water or tifllk to ilrlnk, or purchawi chcrrlca nr strawberries In their fleanon. IntereourBO Willi llio f.itnllv wan pleanant, for every one fouml from tlicui niMirill.il greeting, or lato It hail been uotlccl that Mra. Donalilaon vtum not In gooil lic.illh, and nsHlie Hliowcil Hymptoma or mciiliilulierralloii her ncttoiii worrlcil licr luiHbaml oonsUcraiily, IIioubIi tin tlioiivlit of ilaucer was eutcrtalneii. Mr. Otoruo Donalilaoii, llio hiiHbatiil, waa obliged to bo In Ten. lejUiwn, where ho' la superintending tho building, of holmes, nnd when ho lef L yeHtenlay ho told Ills eldest boy to "keep an eye on mother" nnd do her bidding. Kverrthlng wax pmslug oir pleasantly, and the iikiiiI routliio work had commenced mid was tiring proceeded wllh, until Home (lino after tl o'clock, when Mrs. Donaldson, calling her three Iwys, tho oldest not ret eight, told them aim was going down lo llio river, and wanted tlicni'nlong with her. They followed, Sirs. Iionaldson cart rjltig nt IIiih-h llio two ainallcr children In her arms, picking her way tenderly down tlio rocky path until ahcrcacltcdthuahorc. IlcrOHlioat tetnpled to grab (ho olderitoy In her nrnia also, but he managed lo gel nway from her nnd begged her, In piteous tones to coino away Irom tlio water, hhe iHiighcd In llio moHt hysterical manner, and said, "Kun up tu tlu house nnd tell j our sister that I have tmnned In llio watornlthCcnnrealld llarrv:" when. railing her ncllonlo tho word, Hho gavo nlcnp ami iiisippeareii oencain llio rninior iiuwiiik nireaui. Tho poor Utile boy stood as If paralyzed, but, soon recovering, he made for homo sobbing ami crying out lliolerrllile tidings, Tho neighbors wero nnlckly assembled and set al work to recover tlio bodies. A messenger wasilespitlchcd In Tenleytowii after Iho husband, who, when lold of the calamity; fell on tho loadsldcoairdaad. Ho was cared for and brought In a wagon to Ills Home. Tho pollco authorities of lleorgctownweronoilocdof llio deed, mid they no. lined In I urn isillco hcndqnnrtcrs. Tho search for the bodies wnacoiitlnuod, and about ,U''iioek- the bodies of Iho two children were, teonvereir. but nt lautai'coiinlsl noihlng hid lieen Heard from'liiero, Miiyiog wiieincr iiiumoiiiLTH iiumj nau occu juiiuii, ' . HOW THE PAVONIA.' STRUCK. HerklrNaJliiuiiluEliiUiifciifiwn VfafrrN IIoston, Mass., Oct. 30. Tlicr'o nro two bad holes In tho bottom or tlio steamer rnvouia. 'l no incis ill brief alwut tho ai'eldcnt.Mgalhereil from rclliiblo sources aside from IheoDlcersof the shln.arolhesc: Tho, ship 'was proceeding At n fair rate of ppced iiirougii auenso iuisi,wiieu a low snip m iniki, (litrnct point, was nljr.li led dead ahead. Tho en gines were reversed with rcmarkablo promptness and Iho steamer barely grazed a rook before coming In a Bland still. She swung oir to Iho southward. Her captnln supposed ho was oir (ho norlli shore, near llass Hock. Very soon slio struck again, this (line mora heavily, ami (hen her captain concluded to find nut whero ha was before attempt ing to get away. Ho dually learned that ho waa fully (wenly-flvo miles from Unas Hock, which ho siipisised was near him. There was no commotion or serlnut Icur among tlio passengers when Iho vessel touched Iho llrst rock, but llicro waa grave anxiety when tlio second nnd inoro sevrro shock entno nnd when It was evident that (ho snip's onlcersWcro qullo Ignorant of their real position. The caption lsipiolcd as Baying that If ho had known how badly Ills shin was damaged ho would havu beached her near wliero alio Blriick. Ono or tho two holes tu her bottom Is on disport side n( her bow and tho oilier on Iho saiuoslJe, allillo forward ol nmldshlp, anil under Iho aaloon. . Hotti theso coiil pjriincnls nro full ot water nnd It Is said (hat she is also making waicr Inner other compnrlinents. Verv llttlo can bo ilr.no (o aid her until tho storm further subsides, for It Is Bllll very rough, cverT insiuo tnc iiaroor. a i A Wrok nllli llrofcen Nvk. Mn.wAtiKHK, Wis., Oct. iw. A special lolho ;.'i' Iiiij niH'aiiKlu from llaralsH), Wis., says; .lolw A. Ilamlllon, a slockman of Kvansvllle, who fell Troni araratlhlKBlallouoelober''i ami broke his neck, from which resulted a coinnlclo paralysis or (ho liody (ruin tho neck downward, died lit his homo iiiiirsnay nigilt. A post.iuoricin vxiiiuiiiauuii was held yesterday by Drs. MoKeunaii and Unglish, or Mils clly, nsslslod by tlio doctors ol Kvansvlllo. 'I ho exainlnalloiiBhowrd that tlio spinal cord had been broken and entirely disconnected. How Iho man lived a week In such a coudlllnu Is a mystery which llio doctors cauiiut fathom. t'nniKln l Niiliiiilt Aiiolhur 'f ri-iily. TimoNni, Oct. SO. It Is likely that tlio Doiiilulnii govt rinnent will shortly resubmit to Iho auUmrlUcs at Washington u draft of tho proposed extradlllon treaty. Klfnrls will bo inado to obtain llio accept ance by llio Hulled Stales (lovcriimeul o( tcrlalu ainendnienls suggested since (ho rejecllou or tho last drnlt bythu United hlntrs Heiialu, and calcu lated to Bclllo Iho disputed iKiluts betiveeulhotwii louutrleu, nml lo lender their relations inuro lull iiiulo and cordial, A I'lHUiin of KnlH In llio IIunI F.ml of l.oiulou, Tlioluhnblliilltaor llio Mast Klld of Imdoii nro sintering froinn plaguo or eels, liverybisly, say s Iho ljudon Miinilmjl'iiil, knows thntlho miiiithly eporls of tlio ciieiutsts employed by Iho water com panies show uiucluslroly tunl I ho wider Is absolutely iree fiom IHIng nrguiihmis, mid tlio explnnallon sceuislo ho thai Iho organisms are tis largo In get Into Iho luieroscopcs. The flsli which Iho (Cast Urn dou ('ompaiiy are dlstrlbuilug lo thclrc UHtoincra nro Indeed easily Islhle lo I ho naked eye, for some have been found no less I hail eighteen Inches long, and I lie mains niiouud wllh lliem In such an extent thai tho laical Hoard ot West Ham has complained lo Iho l,ocal lloierniuent Depailiiicnt with the view of having Home remedy applied. Tho els, instead of fullllllng llielr destiny by being ll gllliualely caught, skinned, and conked, lull o it fashion of committing suicide In slop-cocks and laps. Tliero Ihey Ueinii pose, wiiu iiiuri'suii,iisiiiiisiraicniaieiyOi caiisiug Ilia water to becoinohorrlblii putrid, umi of giving something ury like lyphold fever in Iho uuliuky coiisuuiers. A whole family has Just been laid prosira'o In this way, ami ouo or twuof Its members nro still seriously III, The company havo been appeaUd to with lllllo re sult. They say (hat ihrco years ago some of llielr niter-beds burst, and that tho tiuilllervd walerou Hint occasion mado lis way lutu tho mains, carrying wllh It a number of minute eili and oilier ilsh, which have since spawned uml multiplied In tho pipes. 'Iho mains havo been repeatedly Hushed wllh tho object ol getting rid of tho luttuders, but without siiouusj and tho company's cugluccr is only able to tell tlio sanitary uuiliorlty Ihalliedocsnot consider that tho uuter Is Injured by tlio tela it long us ihey aro ulive.lhough ho admits Hint a dangerous nuisance may uriao from them when dead. Tlio manor lineally n ury sellout on", fur tho ovll is steadily on tho Increase. Tlierulsiiuouuislderatlnii, too, which does not becnl to hao occurred either to llio local Uoaid or to tho company, and that Is whether water (hat can, under tho conditions ol Its distribution here, support the lire of Mali id m for human couauiupllnu, im what do Iho eels fiodf Clearly not on winds or other egetablo sulislauccs, fur Iho water Is couilued In Iron mains, if, how ever, they llml. enough uuliiuluili's In Iho water to euablo them to live uud glow to a considerable size, Is It ccitulu I hat what Is i el's food limy not bo umii't poison t TruiililuOuiiNil by Ovci'i'roiliicdou, Wttll-HtreetNews.l Tho other day u AHelilgan farmer ilrovo lulu lllllsdalo with u load ot wheat, liltehed his team on the main street, and ullmucd duwu from the wagon wllh tho leuiarkt "I'm either going to ilnd out what causes"! Ida ilepiesaloil u tho wheat inatket, or soimliody will gel llckedl" After llneo men hal valnlv temiiicil lo extilsliunaltcrs to his Halls(aetlou and had I heir heads punched, a pnllcviutiu cuiuo along ami collared him, with tlio explanation; "'1 ho Double Is u erproducuoui tluro uro too many ft,nu ers will uf Jail." tiii; IjOUNUKK UN Tin; avkmii;. I learned something last week that mar prove, nt Interest lo Mr. A. H. Hewitt. Dcmocratlo cnmlldalo for Mayor nt New York. Tho Knights ot libor havo m.ido llio cniio ot Mr. Henry (Icorgc, also can didate for Mayor ot Now York, their own. They liavo sent nut circulars to eery assembly ul Iho order In Iho Dulled Slates urging upon llielr breth ren Iho Importanco of Mr. Ileorgo's elecllon. lint I Ills Is not all. Knch assembly Is railed upon turn subscription. Thero nio about right (lioiisiind as nembllcn nt Iho Knighls of Labor In llio United .slates. Thoso In this city Imvo responded hand Binncly In a pecuniary way, nnd each has sent quite n conslilernblo Bum In ensh (o Mr. (Icorgo's uoinniK tco. It seems to mo that thalllilscnndllloniit tilings gives Mr. (leorgo nnd his eativnsi, nti Imimrlanco be foro (ho country that Is exceedingly significant and cannot bo misunderstood. 1 1 Is n new I lilng In n catidl dalo for n local oulco to havo tho sympntiiy In such ll practical form ot over a million men. And soqulelly lias this very Important clrcnmslaiica been kept dial II was only by Iho merest cliancothnt It emtio (itiny knowledge. II Is enough In set men thinking. It Is evident thai Ihuiigli thadcorgn men nro making n thorough canvass, It Is n still-hunt fur neither .Mr. (leorgo himself, nor any influential speaker for him, lias Intimated that they had tlio Knighls of Ijibor Willi litem ns nn orginlzatlon. Let Mr. Hewitt look lo this, or homayKctlcli. In a telegram relating lo Iho death ot Mrs. A. T. Stewart, of New York, n Journal ot I his clly printed tho following on Thursday morning! A rablo despatch has been received by .Iritlgc Dillon Irom Mr. Charles Ollncli, the (nvorllutiephcw ut Mrs. Hlewart,whulsthe president of Iho Ameri can Club on tho Champ Kljsees, Paris, In which hn slates Hint ho will leave Tnrls for New York on ,tho llrst steumcr. It Is thought that tho reading ot Die will will not take place until Mr. Clinch's arrival. Mr. Charles Clinch, spokctuif In this telegram. Is tho youngest brother of Mrs. Htcwnrt. Ho lias lived III I'nrls lldrly years, and was Iho purchasing ngent for Iho New York liiiuso of his brother-in-law. Mr. Clinch Is ono of the most popular members of the American colony In I'nrln, and has been Iho kindly adviser ot more than ouo American who was In sore need or advice nnd moro practical nsslHlamc "llio taiorilo nephew" mcutloned in tho despatch Is Lieut. ChirlciN. Clinch, ot tho Twenly-luiirlh luraniry, II. 8. A. 'I tils young Rcnlleinan, alter having lind n liberal education, was dclirmlncd to get lulo tho Army somehow. Ho was about enlist ing, when liuluciillal Now York friends represented llio caso (o rrcsldcnt Arthur, who directed him to appear before the board then silling for examina tion ror a coniuilsiloii. h U is known that Mis. Mew art was greatly pleased with tho energy nml pluck shown by her young, nephew, nud said to friends then that she would not forget It. Lieut. Clinch has many rrlcmls In hlR.rrg'llueut and all through the Army, nndjlicy wllljw.pleaci1 to hear that lie has ueenrememocrrii,uy iits,auni,in ner win. ir enr rcntruroorJaNew.York Is tolio credited, thlajouug olllccr will soon lie tho wealthiest (nan ou the active list of the Army. S'p ". Tu tho (European aclor and actress America litis bcenlhc til, Uuradn or their dreams. Hercaloiio havo buc,Ii enormous profits beefijjKissiiiie as the highest grado, or singers and actresses hate made. liilhoprlinootjl'alU nnd Nllsson thrco ihonsand dollars jer night (sngtng three nights out or (he six) was not .unusual'. Adelaide Ncllaon nniPMIss, Terry did almost as well In Ihclr rcspectlveroc1i, whlldrvlng received moro for his work hero tjinn ho ever dreamed of getting In Knglam). j'.ut I he operatlo ntsgc has to-day no singer upon wholljtho mantloof rattfor Nllsson seems to liavo fallen, while ASelaldo Nellson's equal tins not bcciO known upon Iheiogtlslidroiuallc'BUigc'la the latter, hall ol llioccnlirjr..Sf-A " Now. York thcalrcB now 'uffcr lo their pal rolls three especial (JSM bf.wbat William Winter onec dcnouil natod'the.lowdldded, fun-busted llrltlsh liloude." as an aclreas of renowo at home, each represent nga distinctively illttercut social itrado at homo. TolioHnre, they all owo their greatest renown to Incidents not, cognate to nnd In at least two 10 lanccs outsido'ol thejirofesslon, viz: some peculiar relations (hey havo held to tho llrtttsli uoblcmau. Of tho llireo, I'presuluc, Miss Korlescuc, tic Foley, Is really Iho best notfess Hhe was born Into the profession, nml by slow steps and arduous study she hail altalncd.thrce years ago n very respectable position nHau actress among tho boat utiiisqf Iiu don thealrc-giicrs. Hut an Incident outsldoot her profession gavo her tho unlquo position .sho now holds iimoite actresses. Hyouoottho nccldenls In-, cldent lo Iho stage In Ilnrope, but seldom permuted here, Miss l'ortcscuo met Iho sou of n man who from very huinblo beginnings had risen to the head of llio legal profession. H',h was Viscount (Inr tnoyle. Ills father was tlio son of u butler, who educated his eldest son for tho bar. llclngnshrcwd Irish lad, the ynniig ono got on. lu ISM tlio but ler's son was mado Solicitor (leneral lor Ireland. Klgiit years later ho beconio Attorney (leneral nnd Lord Chief Justice of Appeals, and finally ended as Lord Chancellor of liuglaml. Tho son of this lucky pcrsonago proved In his own proper conduct nud person Dint "It takes thrco general Ions to makoa gcnllciuau," for he was only tho second generation, and consequently had not yet reached (ho era re quired. This young lordllng met Misal'orlescue. Al llrst ho concluded lhat lu respect of iho Seventh Commandment, sho was I grlovo lo say It very much as four-firths or her sisterhood aro upon tho British slngo. Hut the slightest whisper has never been tillered against Miss Fortcsctie's reputation. Falling there, ho proposed to marry her. Tho breacli-of-proiulso caso Is still remembered, nnd she got tvi),ooo in damages. It so hurt old Hugh McCul tuont Cairns to pay this sum for Ids sou's foolish ness lhat ho took to his bed and died or pure chagrin. This Incident mado Miss Forlescuo fa mous. Shontonco"putup" her prices and came to America to catch tho golden lido nf luck at lis do id. As un actress sho Is conscientious, ludus trlous, nnd patient. Hut sho Is not worthy to un loose tlio shoes of Adelaido Ncllaon. Tlio lailcr had it marvelous genius that broko through her environ, meiils and tnndo her easily Iho first actress ot the Kngllsh singe. InthctKifoii Miss Ncllson was as sparkling and clever as any niomhilnc. Yon might bo with her by Iho hour, nnd from neither manner nor speech would you drosiu sho had not been born In tho purple. And jet she literally camo from Iho gutter, never knew who her father was, and did many things lhat her most Indulgent friend could not palliate or condone. Hut "of tho dead uolliliig but good." ol Mrs. ljingtr, every ouo knows how sho bu i'iiiiio famous nud happened to lake to tho singe. lu Knglnnd sho undo no llgnro as an actress. Dor palmu, tho I'rlncoot Wales, only went loneoher play once, nnd Unit seems lo have been suilU lent. Mrs. l.ingtry soon learned, tlio illltercnco between being tlio pet of society, Iho admired ol tlio llrst Kcnllemau nt Knglaud, ami ml actress dependent upou her arllstlo ability lo makon living. So sho determined to study, uml her similes havo surely improved her vastly, hho Is now it very fair actress. From souio cause Mrs, laingtry has taken aiilulciiso dlbllko to ICugllsh society. "1 never wish to see It again,'' said sho to a geutlemaii who la ono ut Now York's leadlug Journalists. She lulliiiatcdtli.it Iter homo In fuluro would bo in New York. Her Imcst niciilalii properly llicro and Ihey have been mado wllh great good sense would appear to bear out Iho correeliiers or this expression. Mrs. Lauglry will receive tho decree of dltorco from her husband this fall. Do Is llfty-clglit years old, nud has fallen lulu nchrouto coudllloji ot bullish liileinperniico. It may be Dial ho waa ouo of lier reasons for limiting 1iudou ami burning her ships behind her, Kliico she has been lit America Mrs, l.annlry Ins llveda t cry quiet life, sho reeeh es mi visits funn gentlemen, and is never seen lu company with any Now oikcr but Mr, (lebhardl. As ho looked o tho furnishing ut her house before she camo back to New York this fall, it is believed that his devotion has wou all Hie uffei'llon tlio coldly.iHilut beauty has for anything beside herself, uud bels aro olfered lu tho clubs lhat they will jet bo martlcd, As lo tho last or (ho llrltlsh trio. Violet Cameron. there Is but little lo bo said, bliobclongstothesfhcol or so-Uled"uclrcsses" who seem lo believe thatlaek utlalciiliiinyhocoiiipcusatcdfnrtiy illiberal cxposuio ol the person. Sho seems to think (hat kicking up her heels and a common uso of tho broadest duuUo wrrwK r conslllulcs a butlesuuo nclress. Ami lhat It tho way alio acts, ut her noblo attuchiucnl qullo enough has bteu said. Tho fact is that Win Cameron has no hUtrloulo talent at all, uml no olco to speak or, and call ouly interest an audience which likes lis' Jokes exceedingly broad, uud will lake liberal cxpusuroot a ouco wonderfully handsome ilgtiro as ooiupcnsulou fora lack of either tilent natural giaee, or training. Ouo good lesson Mill bo taught by thu Ciiineron-Lousdalo uoiublualloii, II UlhuMho thing" I hiivospokcuotasuinstltulluuMUii Cuiucrou'seullrolliealiical stock-In trado will not lio prolltablo lu Aiiierlon. Wo dun't enru here tu seo "dizzy, blondes." "Tho "leg drama ' Ui. had Its era. To olitaiu audiences (hero must bo souio Ihlugnioiothuu nu appeal tu Iho llbldluout all! sensual iusllucu ot ulgar-iuUidotl men. In New Yuiklhoiualiwittfiidautaattlio Cameron's theatre, neio tho women ut the town uud their male equlva leuls, lho"Hroadway blames" uud low gaiublcM. Soiuo decout people did go the llrst ulglii, but uei er afterward. As (or Lord lamadale.tUo Augloiuaulao for oin.0 has nut imiuo to llio front. Not u club lu New York has been Disced In htm, nor lias ho becu root lied at uuy gciitleiuau's liiiuso. Tho American people, uru lung mitfiting, bin they do draw tho lluu eoinowliero. lid, time they drew It ot Luundale, Snttte WASHINGTON, SUNDAY 8001KTY CHAT. Tho past week has liccn without any very lm portant Incident to (ho mistress ot Ilia White Houso. Tho disagreeable rainy woallicr of thrco days kept Mrs1, riovelaml from her mini nricrnoon drives. Ili'sldes her wclbknown rnpselly ns nwlilp, Mrs. Cleveland Is u horsewoman id no small experience and repuln. llelng new In Washington and lis ainiiKcineiits, Mrs. Cleveland was not nwnro lhat this city possessed wi many really good fiiies frc;rues ns nro lo bo found here. When Iho season lor riding opens ngalu It Is pmbtblo lhat Mrs. Cleveland will bo an Interested member, II not ail acllveono,or the Horsewomen's Ctiibuf Washing ton. Washington soclely Is In bo congrnlulalcd upon Iho return homo of ono of Us prima social favorites. Mrs. IslinuKI. Dornsby, nf Do Sales slreet, has ar rived nt her residence here, nder an eighteen months' slay lu Knglnnd and on Iho continent. An a typical American woman, representing Iho best In every respect, It Is doubtful if thero rouldbo nny better nf fairer rxisincnl than Mrs. Dornsby. 'In heililug from.ludxo lllack,(iier great father,) his dlstlnRulshed nbllliy an a conversalloinllst and n writer, wllh a soxilal experience In tho Whllo Douse when Miss Ijinc was tlio rttnrinltig luwUrss, Mrs. Dornsby knows Hoclety and tho world ns toil few eer know these things. Iter friends will Is) glad to know that sho has returned in perfect hetillh. Alter . n brier visit to her mother, Mrs. Iliac k, nt York, l'a., Mrs. Iloriisliy will seillo down niidmakoher plans for tho eoinlpg winter.- A school friend of Mrs. Sarlorls, (uei' llraut.) In this clly, hai recilvei) a letter from Iho latter. In which sho Intimates that she liny cmio In Iho Dulled Slates this autumn on n visit lo her mollier. II Is prob.it .lo tliat when this paragraph Is In print Sir Lionel Sackvlllo-Wcsl, (1. 0, M. (1., II. II. i.'s. Minister at Washington, will havo returned In his resldeneo on Cunticetlenl avenue. Do and Ins daughter havo hndn pleasant vacation, part id II spent with tlio Marquis of Uuisdowiie, (iovernor (lenertil ot Cnnndn, nl Ottawa, lird Lansdownu nailed for (England lastr week, It Is presumed on ofllcial business, nnd Sir Lluiiel Hackvllto-West started for homo, liiUjti,lliig lo vomo by easr stages, taking In several fashionable autumn resorts rn i uttlr. It Is understood ,-hut on what niilliurlty cauiiut bo slated tliat the young l'rlnco Napoleon's tvlsll to his cousin hero will bo made tho occasion nl .at least ono handsolilo reception nt the residence ot Col, .Iciiuno Hnnaparlu. As iiIiiumi all Iho peo ple prominent tu society nro nt homo now, ns haiiilsouio a gathering nt lovely girls nnd yrinnc rtiiwcs would Iks wlincsRislrns Iho young gciilli'. mnii has seen lu thu course ot his travels. 'I lie young ladles are practicing "J7oi,sfriii fc Vfnce" even now. ' Thero Is n report current llial Mrs. Col. Coppln gcr, nee Hlalnc, after a visit to her mother nt ll-iu-gor,will eomo hero for a brier slay, as tho guest of a prominent retired olllccr ot Iho Army nud his wile. Mrs. Conplnger Is (he eldest nud tnvorlto daughter oMho lion. .lames (1. (tlalne.and ihihsobhcs In n high degreo tlio ulcvirness o( both Iter parents. While here as n young lady sho had not n very largo circle ol visitors, but Ihoso she did receive were among tho brightest people of tho Capital Clly. The many friends ot Miss Mario Duncan, lato of 13.11 Nlneltenth street, will bo pleased to learn Hint she will rclurii lo iho Unllcd States 'In December nrier an ntisenco or almost two years. Altera stay In ltlodc.lanelroof Homo months wllh her uncle. Dr. L. C. Duncan, they went lo Knglnnd, whcrolliey hac been sluco early In May. Dr. Duncan Is inter ested lu certain new linen of steamers to lc run ho tweeu Itlo nnd other South American porls sod New York and New Orleans. They expect bi make a short visit tiere, and then go lo Savannah, (1.1., Now Orleans, and I henco to New York. After tils bust ness Is completed Dr. Duncan expects to innko his permanent homo In Washington. It Is certain that few yiiuug Indus have beeu more admired here than Miss Marie Duncan. Mrs. Henjamin H. llrlstow accompanied her hus band, tho cx-hccrctary ot the Treasury, here, whon lie, came a week ago lo alleud lo a case In the Culled Blnles Supremo Court. They were nt tho Arlington Hotel several days. Mrs. llristow looks ns young and pretty us when her husband went Into President Oram's cabinet eight ycais ago. Her daughter, Mrs. Draper, Is now at her homo In Massachusetts. Sho was ut Saratoga lu September with her parents. A very quiet weddlug Is to occur on Wednesday, November It, nt l'iino I'. M., when Miss llurd will be married nt St. .lohn's Church (oMr. Husscll Cray, ot Hoslon, tho brother or .IiisllcoOray, ot tlio United. States Huprcino Court. Afterwards the bridal parly will enjoy n wedding breakfast nt (ho resldcuco of (ha brldo's mother on Massachusetts nvcuue. The bride's only nttendants will be hcrslsicrand Miss West, tho llrlllsli Minister's voungest daughter. Tlio reason ttnt tho wedding Is lo be so quiet Is on nccouut uf Mrs. Hunt being In mourning. Paymaster Washington nnd his wlfo and her mother, Mrs. Darker, who aro agtln Installed lu their houso on IC slreet, expect Mr. nud Mrs. I'luiii rucr to return from their brhlallrlp to Iluropo early In November. They wero married the same even ing tho President was J unc u. It Is said by llioso who ought to know that tho Duko do la Itochcfnucauld, who was no attentive to Senator Mitchell's daughter, Miss Matlte, whllo she was In Carls, will como lo Washington to m.o her this winter. Many bellcvo whosiw tliein lu Ku ropolhatthobeaiilirul Miss Matllo will bo u duchess. Miss Mary ltcdfern Is greatly enjoying her visit to tho Army postal Fort Leavenworth, A flora visit to Now York, during which Ihey at tended tho theatres nearly every evening with Hen. Sherman, Mrs. uml Miss Aiidcuretd returned a week ago to llielr residence here. Ills Dip lo tho Jersey sea-coast, wliero ho spent September, has been of tlio very greatest bene ill to Mr. llllgard, whoso health was very precarious dur ing llio summer. Mrs. Warner Miller, or New York, nud her chll- ureiiaru in incirresiiieiieoonivsireei lor i no season. Senator Heck's wife Is still Willi Ihclr daughter. Mrs. (loodloe, at her country homo near llrooks's SLatlon. Paymaster nnd Mrs. iloodioa will not movo Into the cltv beforo December 1. when thev will spend tlio winier at one or tho hotels with Senator uud Mrs. Heck. Justlco Wallo's wlfospcnt last week lu Now York. Tho wives of several of (he Jusiices of Iho United Slates Supremo Court who had Hot previously had tho opportunity to call upon Mrs. Cleveland called upon her Tuesday ntiernoon by appointment, (len. Van Vllct nml his wlfo havo relumed lo the city ror tlio season. Dr. and Mrs. Van Vllct uml Ihclr Infant sou will spend tho winter nt Shrews bury. N.J. , where her parents live. They nro oo eiipylngncollugooiKlen. Vim Vllct's place, which ho built fur lliem last summer, un Iho silo or a small building which (leu. Washington used us his head quarters nt thu time or tho liiilllo or Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Dornsby nml her daughter, Mrs. livnns, wcntlast week lo visit her mollier, the widow ot the lato Jiidgo lllack', ut her residence, Hrockie, in York, l'a. Mrs. Kvnns has now gone lo Join her hnsliiuil, Lieut. ICvniis, ot tho Army, al his stntionitt Snckeit's Harbor, to which ho was lately ordered from Oswego, whero ho had been for a year. Lnter lu tho wiuicr Mrs. Kvans will make a longer vlBll lo her mother, Mrs. Iloriisby.lu Wash ington, and will bring her little boy wllh her. Mrs. Horns! iy will return from, her visit lo her mother about November I, uml settle hero for tho winter. Commodore Harmony and his wlfo will occupy Justice Harlan's house on Massachusetts avenue this winter. Miss MauTutish, a young Scotch lady, Is visiting Die Misses Wood, on N street, uud accompanied mem tu Die races Thursday, Numerous pretty brides have been at llio Arling ton during the past week. ' l'v.Secrcl.iry nnd Mm. llrlstow during Ihclr tny at tho Arllngioit nave received great nlleiillon from llielr old friend'. Mrs. Macsrlhur tins relurned lo her resldcuco on N street for Iho season. Justice Woods, whoie health does not Improve us Ills friends could wish, went lo tho Capitol ouo day lalely, hoping to lake his seal In Dm Supremo Cuurl, but was unable logo up Ihasliilrs, uud nulla of I he elevators aro now running I lure. Ills wlfo uud il.uiL'liler uru not In ICurupe, as reported. They re lurned from thero several mouths ago, uml ure ut their old homo In Ohio, A recent article on lhowvcs ot Iho Presidents, wntlo saylug that Mrs, Cleveland Is by ten years the ynungestof any who has gone In the Whllo House astliowlfeof a President, credits Mrs. Abraham Lincoln with being next lo Mm. Cleveland lure sited lo youth when she llrst betumemlslrissuf (he Kxeciillvo Mansion, nt which period, 1801, aocudiiw lo Iho nulhorot the article, sho was but Ihlrty-oiio yearsnld. His n well-known fait that licr eldest son, Hubert, was old enough ul lhat lime lo bo u Bliideutut Harvard, so ho must huvo been nl least eighteen then, uml it Is probable Ihui liismoilicrwns llieu fully forly years old, H not older. One other sehooluiales lu Lexington, Ky., who still survives, is seventy) ears old, which would lie ubout Mrs. Abra liam Llui'olii's ago 11 sho were now alive, lu which enso she would hiiio bent rorly-IUo 111 (W. in point of fact Hie lady who had ranked as llio youugisl of uny who had gone to the Whllo House as Ihu wifonf a ricsldcin. prior lo Airs. Clevclsud's apiienrauce there, was Mrs. Julia (Unllnor Tylrr.vf whom llio New York llirnlil. published nt the time ol her mar riage lo tho President, slid lu Us account of Hie wed ding Dial slio was twcuiydwu years old. only a limited number am Invited to tho reccpt ion at Mr. and Mrs. Douglas's residence, which will follow the church cereiuouy next Wednesday eieu- Ing, whon their daughter, Miss Josephine, Is married lo Mr. William Newton Strong. The ceremony, which is id occur piomptly at 1:3') o clock at the New York Avenue I'lesnyterlau Church, will be per formed by Iter. Itlcuard 1). Italian, Hie eldest sun ul Mr. Justice llurian. Tliobildesnialds will bo Miss Katharlnu Douulas. fvouuiresl sister or llio bride.) Miss laiwry, of Washington, (her ccuslu,) MUs llmlge.ul Wnstiliigluu, uud Miss Mary Kly, i,r New York, daughter uf .. SulesKlv. Tlio best man will bo a college f rleiul of llio groom from New York, sir. ttlivi niumiiu. j itu mucin win iiu mci,,,,., lllalr Lie, I'elerl'.llkvr, Jr., and II. II. F, Ma. far laud, all uf Wushluirtun: Charles CSavaue.or Phlla ilelplila, (win) u 111 Ue marrrled next spring tu Miss ivaiiiaiiuu iiouguis;; .aiuxauucr lairiieo, iiauiiiiuu,, uud Paymaster Spud, ol tho Navy, Thu bride, nud crtuiui will leave (ho illy ttiesaiuoeveiiliicr. ami will soon set Ileal SI. I'aul, Mluu., wlicio lie Isesi.itiilslied ton t""i'l law piacuce. iiieywill keep house, unit ' iiuist uf tlio presents nmdo tlirni have been of aill- eiessuiuiui. uriiuscNcvpiug. A false Impression has been given by Iho para graph, which lately wan publishes! uud much copied, width Mieiled that Mrs. (Iraut had been si dlsplr- 11 Oil olucc tho do it li of her lato luuiiaud.lleu, ilruul, tli.u U was feared It might seriously liupilrliei tuuilly goisl hcallh. Mrs. (Iraut has been very happy and cheerful, us tho writer, who aawlur In June, knows. lukliuau Intercut lu everything that ut going uu about her, uml lit her old Incinh. She talk iuuvli ol her lato liusiiiud and also ut Wash, lugloii. blie reads what In published as to social mi tiers hero, especially Ihoso ul Iho White House, wllh lunch zest. Mr. Coppenhageuospeciaio stay hetpwlth her parcuta.judgeaud Mrs. Kuibrur, until alter Miss Josephine Duugias's wmldiug, uml wllltucu go (o her own house lit New York agalu. MORNING, OOTODER 31, Cards wero received In Washlngto n Friday for a very elegant wedding In Now York York. They read; "Mr. nnd Mrs. William Cn'Icn HrcwBtcr ro quest your presence nt tho marriage nt their 'laughter, Vary Kogct, lo Lieut. Iiwry L. Kcainey, nf tho Navy, on Wednesday evening, November in, at s n'cloik, Church nf thn Doty Spirit, Madison nvrnnn and Slxly-slxlh street." Inclosed Is n card to bo iiresentnl nt tho chitrrh, nnd another rend ing! "Vlr. nml Mrs. William cullen lircwstcr. nt hiinio Wednesday, Nn emlier in, frnmH:3i nnlil in o'clock, Jl Kant Slxly-toiirlh street." Lleul. Kearney, alter tlio wedding lour, will bring his brblo to Washington. Ho Is building n houso tiera forlur. Tlio attendants nt tho wedding will lie Mhw lircw stcr, sister of Iho bride, who will bo llio maid of honor, nud Miss lllnckbiirn, nt Kentucky; Miss Muen, Miss Ktolso Ayrrs, nud Miss llusli,of New York; MlssSherrlll,uf Washington, and Miss llyan, ot Charleston, who will bo bridesmaids, nnd Lieut, llraillnirr, or the Navy, best man, and Lleuls. Mason, Cowles,l.emtoy, and Danker, nnd Dr. Doyd, all or tho Navy, and Lleul, Fuller, of tho Army, t ho bride's cousin, who will bo groomsmen, '1 here will also bo four ushers. Mrs. Mnrohoxd, Admiral Upshur's dnuhler, will cnniohercionttend Iho wedding nr her stepsister, Miss Kearney, nml I. lent, limit uu tho .Id. Miss Mamlo Wilsmntnt Miss Florence AmlciirUd enjoyed the races logetnor on Saturday. Senator Mcl'herson's wile relurned last week lo her residence here, but Is so busy pulling ll lu oplcr fur Die winter that alio la unable to sco visitors nt present. Senator Mcl'hprson has been for several weeks making speeches for llio Democrat In c.aiidl. diles In New Jersey, nml has had most Haltering re coptlons everywhere. Wherever ho goes dinner or supper parlies nro given by distinguished ladles nml gentlemen in his honor. Coiunioiiiiro Harmony h is purchased Justice Har lan's liouso on Massiiclmsells avenue, nad will movo Into ll this week. Secretary Manning's wlln chaperoned Miss llau crofl at the llie.nl re Thursday evening. Kx-Kcprcscntntivo James II. Hopkins has been m iking speeches to aid Hie election of Lieutenant (Invernor (thick to tlio governorship lu 1'eiinsylvu nl i. Mrs. Hopkins nml her children ure established nl their residence on Kightccuth street. Owing to Die death of Mr. Hopklua'a mollier, his wile will not lie much In soclely the coming winter, which Is n source of regret, Miss Augur lias ucccplcd tho invitation of Miss Kearney lo bo ouo of lier brldesnnlds. The atten dants wlllbo as follown: Miss lloso (louverneiir and Miss Hunt, Miss Porter nnd Miss Molllo West, Miss Atignr,and Miss Victoria Kuinry. Mr. Tom Hum, best mnn lo tliogrisim; Lleul. Illdgclcy Hunt, his brother; and the ushers will bo Mr. Livingston limit nnd Lieut. Mudd, Mr. Harry Murray, an (Englishman; Mr. (Iherndl D.ivls, Mr. Arlliur (loldn Imrough. nnd Mr. Uuillird Hunt, another of the grtHim's brothers. Justice Woods's wife in now with hint on K street, oppisito Justlco lllatchford's residence. Mrs. Mcl'cncy wns beder last week, but is Mill seriously ill, Mr. Justice and Mm. Field have invited gucBl sin dinner next Saturday evening (Olh) to meet Justice nnd Mrs. Matthews. Mrs. Touzalln, formerly Miss I, Ma Miller, who has liccn making a visit of a fortnight to tier parents, Justlco and Mrs. Miller, left tho city with hor step daughter on Friday. They went direct to Boston, but will spend Hie winter with Mr. Touzalln, either In Colorado, wliero ho Ins a residence, or In Call fornli. For llio present they will bo at his homo near Huston. Mr. Justlco Oray enlerlnlncd cx-Sccrclnry llristow ut dinner last Wednesday evening, only four others (all gentlemen) wero present. Miss Knto Field will conclude her visit In tho Ar lington this week. Tuesday evening, Iho 'id, sho Is loglvohcr"MuslcalMouolotic"ui Allcntuwn, l'n. A Catholic whnlsntncmbcrot Iho family of ono of the foreign ministers Is authority for the state ment (hat had the life of tlio lato Senor Don tails do l'odcslad, of tho Spanish Legation, been prolonged asfew weeks, ho could havo been married to Mrs. Wright by nCalholio priest Instead ot a Protestant clcrgvmnn. fur u dispells it Ion from tho l'opc sanc tioning tho marriage was on Its way at (lictlinu his oonscliiiisnessuf rapidly approaching death caused htm to hasten tho marriage. Had ho lived ami kept IiIb ueallh the wedding wouiii nave beeu ccicnraieo lu handsome Btylo next month. Most gralirymg accounts are received by Mr. S. V. Nllcs's daughter ur Ills groat Impruvcmeiit In licillh slneo he went loAllaullo City. Ho nnd his wire will remain tliero two weeks and will Ihcu go lo New York, whero Miss Nllcs will Join them. M is9 Daisy Steuart.during Iho absence orhcr mollier and aunt, Mrs. David Hunter, who havo been at Princeton, where n monument la being erected to me late lien, llllllier, lias lieen siuymg Willi jmiss vicgio nucs. The old adago that ono wedding, makes many will receive? two moie forcible Illustrations In the family of Mr. John W. Jlouglas. Ills youugest daughter Katharine, who will be one ot her sister's bridesmaids on Wednesday evening next, will lu the coming spring marry Mr. Charles C. Savage, of Phlhidelplila, who Is to bo ono of tho ushers ut the wedding of Mr. Strong nnd Mlsn Josephluo Douglas on the ltd. On tho lull Mr. ThnmaB, a brother nf Iho gentleman who married Miss Lyons, Mrs. Douglas's niece, nl her residence In this clly two years ago, will be married nt Krle, l'a., to n voungluly who was ouo of Miss Lyons's bridesmaids, and whom he net uu lhat occasion. Tho ring In tho wcdduig. cakoat that I lino wns tu the slice stin cut, und has proved a faithful augury uf her uwn fate. Mrs. Webb, JiistJco Malthows's sister, Is vlBltliig him and his wlfuat Ihclr residence here. Mr. Archibald Forbes and lilsbrlde.reecnlly Miss Lulle Meigs, ot this clly, havo been spending 1 tit sum mer at his placo In Scotland. Private letters from her show lhat the couple nro very happy. They will go after a while to his laiudon residence. .lint John Davis, nf tho Court of Claims, re lurned (ho llrst of last week from his Hummer lour to his homo here. Miss Anna Vail Vechlen, who several times vis ited Miss Cleveland lu thu While Douse, uml who spent Hie past summer In Ktirope, Is now Miss Cleveland's guest nt her home at Holland Patent. John II. McLean, the famous editor ot tho Cincin nati Uii'iulrcr, with his wile and baby, was Hi New York last week. Mr. McLean Is tilling up his new houso In Washington In great style, and Intends to have In ll Iho ilucst prlvnle library lu the Capital Clly. One of Iho chief objects of his visit to New York was to purchase works of art. Mr. and Mrs. (leorgo 1'. Flslicr, Jr., of Chicago, whose wedding occurred Hi that coy ou tho nth Ill slant, nro visiting nt tho residence ot his fullier, ex Judge Fisher, near Dover, Del., nnd huvo attended u round ol receptions in their honor nt tho residences of chief Justlco Coiucgvn, Mrs. Darrlngiou, nnd others, where tlio iieauly ami charming maimers or thobrlda in tdo tier nt unco very popular, 'j'ney leave fur Chicago on Monday. . Mr. James V. Ilule and Mrs. Kule, daughtcrof Professor Frlstoo, of tho Columbian University, left Saturday, the Willi Instant', for their new home In Kuuxville.Tenn., where Mr. itulo isrngagetl us lu oilier ot tho Kuoxvlllo M(j Journal- Miss Hello McCulloiigli, iilccool, W. W. McCul- lougli, Ihu well-known lumber merchant, has led ner uncle's prclly place at llyatlsvlllo torn, visit lo New York. She left last Monday nnd luleiids le maliilng through the Christmas holidays. MissOffutt, of Knokvlllc, has been spending a few necks wllh her friend, Mlsa Lulu Wells, daughter of Dr. Charles A. Wells, uf llyatlsvlllo. Miss Wells's delightful homo Is me centre of the young people's giyeiyul llyuilsville. Tlio SI. Matthew's lluild, lalely orgiiilzi-il nt llialtsvlllc, hchl Us last meeting at Mr. Willi un II. Fuller's. A number of new members weru emolled, nnd Iho success uf tho society Is now assured Among Its tncmhcrti nro tho Mt.es laMnoti, of Melruso: Misses (luybe, McFarlaud, Vlildlclou, uud Williams, Mrs. Wells, uud Mrs. T. II. liiirnHl.li. Iluv. .1. A. Iteulsicr, ut llilllmoro; liev. Mr. Willliius, Mr.J. II. Iluriislde, Mr. Ilvuua, nud tinny others. Alter the roulinu business n( lliniueellng was Irausailed u lluo programme of music, was given by the choir. Miss Myra Nnyes is spending n short acutlnii from her studies at Saudy Springs Seminary with her parents at llielr summer resldcuco, Alton, near Silver Springs. Mr. mid Mrs. ItegUtcr lire npeudliun few weeks with Hie lady's mollier, Mrs. c, c, Hyatt, ul lljatls. Wile. Mr. Speed I'eniiebiker, of Hill clly, will go lo Keltliui.)', Ihu home ot his rather, early In Deciiu. btr, and will return hero accompanied by uuo nr tho handsomest t the Hltin (Ir.iss belles ns his wire. Miss Phil. Stearns, nl Capitol Dill, who has been vlslllug tho Misses Meigs ut their farm In Mont gomery County, Md , has relurned lo lu r home. Mrs. Mosher Is still wllh lier mollier, Mis. Keudlg, ul her homo on (I slreet, wluro sho expects to re main (or scleral necks longir. One o( (he surpilscs of (lie week was llio mairlagu uf Mr. Hcrl It. Scanned In MM Sue A. Kiniudj, licit lias mown Immensely popular bolli lu Wash ington and llaltlmore sluco taking chsrgu uf llio ex tensive buslnessuf 1', I). Armoui, and tho Cnpllal Clly feels iv illtln chagrined Hull ho should h ivu gone lolho Monumental City to have Iho knot lied, Mlsa Kennedy wasononf iho favored belles of our city, nud Hie happy pair aro melting numerous cuu graduations ul tlio I'.iililll. Miss Mabel L, llenshaw, of Herkeley Counly, West Virginia, Is tho guest ol Mrs. James L. Norrls, Tho "Oclngou Club" had its llrst rcheitrsal of thu ticwdauco from which the club takes Us nauiu ou Friday evening last ul Muriel's. The club win produce tho ilaucuul the llrst regular sulreu ut Mr, M a rial's school. Tho first lueellugur Iho advanced pupils nr Mr, Murlul's academy will taku placo uu S Hunt iy next, November ii, m 8 o'clock. Invitations will lie suit out this week, uml, Judging from tho success ul similar events lat season, It is expected Hist tho cards will lie iiiuili sought utter, Mr, C. W. Heiiuetliuil family, uf lint ll ulicet have iciuiued Irom their annual nip to Dresden, N, Y., where llielr country homo Is located. Master Harry 0, Divls, saitot Mr, and Mrs. James N, Davis, of UJJ 11 street, g tv o u Hallow o'cu party last (.veiling;. There weie tlio Happy go touiids. Hie iljlug caudle, Hie Ixihblng apples in tubs of water, and nutuy oilier tricks played ut this season. Hesldes tlio lllllo people, many ol Hie older heads present eutired lutu the splilt or the time, MlsslWlth Morgan, ot West Wushlugtou, who (or the past two tuonihs lias been diiigcrously Ul with scarlet fever, is now cmvulcclng, The marriage uf Miss I'auiilo Dillon, daughter ot Mr, Hubert Dattou,ul Capitol Hill, and Mr.Haiuuel Frailer, pt Delaware, occurre I ut the resldcuco o( tho bride Wednesday eviiilng last. Alter the cere mony by Iter, A. 1', Steele Iho happy pair left for an extended tour North, 'Iho wedding presents were haudwuue uud numerous. Miss Agnes Dei ens, daughter of ox-Attorney Hen .erul l'evens, was lately man led at her homo lu MiiasacliuBvtui lu Mr. tisliuriie, u wealthy busli.ess uiituulAubuiu, N. Y. d 188(5. President and Mrs. Cleveland, Mr. nnd Mrs. W.It Cleveland, Assistant Secretary nnd Mrs. Fnlrchlld, nnd" Colonel nnd Mrs. Laniont occupied Manager Itaplcy's Ikix and Iho uuo ndjolulng nt tho National I',,n, rala.l nnnnlnM ' aot.i.v,in t;,L,uil,-, Mrs. Josenh V. Collins, neconinanied bv hrr daughter, Miss Mi, hnvo guno lo New tledford, .wnss., in visit i.icuienani nmi jurs. iv. i. iteynniiis. Mlsn Alleo I'ntker, or Twrnty-llrst slreet. led on Wiilnesday ror Huston, whero she will spend tlio winter wlln her mint. Mrs. J. 11, Winner, who has been nti a visit lo her iniilher, Mrs. Ilnehllnc, lelt early In Iho weckln Join her husband, whoso vessel Is now In No York. Mrn. D. C. Fl-osl.of faiurel. Md.. Is vIsIIIiil- rd.a- lives In Hits city for a few wciks. Mrs. Harry Simlfont writes to her friend, Miss .leiinlo Miller, ot Laurel, from Nureinluirg, Her in,aiiy,oii,lalootoctobcrs,lhat they will start tho fnllowlnirdar tor Frankfort, thenno un thn Ithlne. and on lo Paris and lndnii, sailing fur homo No vember o. Nureniiiiirg tnl-rests Mr. and Mrs. Spur ford ns the uinlntest or nil (lennati towns, tlirv nrc delighted In llio Inspection nt tho old nrchlleo Ihroof lir.il. Upon arriving homo they will winter in Washington. Monro sorry thero Is no vacant houso lu Laurel, fur Ihey expected to locate here. I'nv l'illl, iMiircl, .W'f. Senatornud Mrs. ftnnnaii nnd fainllv tiavn r,. turned from Ihe 1'nclflu slope. Mrs. Anderson nnd children have gouo to Laurel, Md., ror a short visit. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Porter have relurned trom llielr Western nud Southern trip, and nro at present nt their linino on list red. tIipj will nc-upr Ihclr new home on Hhudo Island nveimo niiuut Decern ber I, Probably Iho happiest in ill In Inwu Thursday last wasMr.Alcr, It Thornton, of Iho Treasury Depirt ineut. Tho cause nf this Joy was tho arrival In town Ihsl day of Ids llrst Infant diughtrr. Mr. Thornton Is Ihe brother ot tho popular Pay Director Thornton, oflhoNnvy. Mrs. Anna W. Thomas has been design itod for promotion from a llrst lo a second-class clerkship 111 tho Life. Saving Service Ilurcuu. Mrs. Capl. Vnrney, Ordnance Department, has lelt Hock Island Arsenal (or n visit to tlio Kast. Mrs. Col. IS. It. Plait Is visiting In Chicago her cousin. Col. I. P. Hiiuisey. Tho latlcr Is a well known member or tho Chicago Hoard or Trade, nnd was during tho war nn onicer or volunteers. Captnln and Mrs. Duggati, Tenth Inr.intrv, reached Fort Union, N. M last week, nnd ns elvcd n hearty welcomo ou their arrival. Mrs. Duggan was the widow ut Iho lato MaJ. Sellers, Tenth In fantry. Tho wedding of Mr. (leorgo Kclley, of tho War Department, ami Miss Kllzibelh tiny Link took placo Wednesday evening, ut the resldcuco of the bride's parents, Mr. ntul Mrs. D. II. I.usk. Thccerc tnony was performed by llcv. Dr. D.arilelt, uf the New Yurk'sveiiuo Church. The brldo's dress was an elegant crcain-whlto silk, simply nnd tastefully made. Tho parlors were beautifully decorated with (lowers and autumn leaves, nud tho presents were numerous and handsome, consist log nf silverware, chlnn, nud brlc-a-brac, nnd combining beauty uud utility Ion very raro degree, nud showing lhat the tirlile was held lu dear remembrance by her rela tions nnd friend.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kclley lertthesauio iilghtrorNew York, nnd will go lo housekeeping Immediately on their return. Thomany friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Mills In this oily will bo glad tu learn or tho arrival in ex istence and New York simultaneously ou the 2lth Instant of A. (1. Mills, Junior. Mm. A. T. Skinner, or Dooslo Palls, N. Y., is vis iting Mrs. J. C. Foertsch, tool M street. The mnrrlago ot Miss Ada Fill to Dr. Mason Noble Itlcliardsontook: pi too Wednesday evening last, nt r,:3i o'clock, lu Foundry M. P.. Church. Tlio bride eulcrcd tho church ou tho nrmot tho groom, tho ushers (Messrs Krncst Fill, Dr. Charles Itlchardson, Professor Dodgklns, Howard Hurtle, Archibald small, and II. S. Dcale) leading. She wore a traveling dress of dark cloth, wllh hat to m,ilch,nml carried lit her tiand a bouquet of white buds. Tho ceremony was peirormcil by Hev. Dr. Naylnr. From tho church Dr. nnd -Mrs. ltlchard son droic lo the station, leaving thero for n short lour North. Upon returning hero they will reside ntli'25 Twelfth slreet. Mrs. Dorcas V. Hicks has Issued Invitations lor Hie marriage ot her daughter. Miss Heart Lee lllcks, to Mr. Walter F. Hewitt, which will take placu Wednesday evening, November 10, at 7:30 o'clock, in Calvary 11 iptlst church. The marriage of Dr. C. Mayflc'd, or West Wash ington, to Miss i:iLa Illckcnloopcr,took place Thurs day, nt Iho residence or the bride, 'J 2.1 M street, and was witnessed by only tho Immediate families and u few personal friends. Mr. Wr. D. Hrnce nml ,,iiks lhmu juaynciu ucicu us groomsman ami bridesmaid. As soon ns tho new houso or Dr. Mnyllcld, now belug erected In (Jeorgctowu, Is llnlshcd they will movo luto It. The mnrrlago o( Mr. Samuel Wallis, of Haltlmore, Mil., lo Miss Mary Mitchell, ot P street. West Wash ington, look placo nt noon Tuesday lost, at tho homo of Ihcbrido. Tlio ceremony was performed by Kcv. Father Kuchfurd, ot Trinity Church. Tho parlors or llio house weru prettily dccurutcil with plants and cutltuwers. After a short Informal reception Mr. and Airs. Wallis IcTI fora nhurt Irlp to the North, but returned homo lalo yesterday, and nro wllh Mrs. Mitchell, tu (lcurgc(owu, (ur thu present. Mrs. Hltx nnd her sister, Mrs. 1 S. Hall, nf West Washington, were lu New York last week and wit nessed the grand parado in honor or "Liberty Hn lightening llio' World." Mrs. Hall returned homo yestcid iy. Mrs. lilt, visited friends lu Connecticut, Mrs. II. II. French, of Kast Capitol street, In com pany witli her little niece, Aunlo French, has been visiting her hoii, Mr. F. o. French, .at Newport, and her nephew, Mr. Daniel French, the sculplur, at Concord, Mass, Mrs.Chirles Kussell, who has been visiting nil Kiiinmernl (Ircenileld, Mass , has returned, arieru short visit to her son, Dr. J. F. Itiisscll, at New York. Miss Juliet L'mcry, daughter or ll!m. Matthew F.mery, was mirried Wednesday evening lo Mr. William 11. Cox.chler clerk or tlio National Museum, ou nccouut of a recent bereavement the ceremony was very quietly performed at tho residence ot (ho bride's father, on I slreet, Hev. Dr. .f. It. Newman utllelatlng. Tho bride wuro n costume of whllo surah silk, Willi panel f u iro'ici'i'. it wan itoiinced with delicate lace and trimmed with natural flowers. Mr. Manning 1igan was best man. while Miss Fan nlo Kmcry, a sister of Iho bride, acted us brides maid. Messrs. II. IC. Wlllard ami Peter Parker, Jr., wero Iho ushers. Thero wns no regular reeep. lion, us utmost Immediately after tho service Mr. and Mrs. Cox left for tho usual wedding lour. Mr. nml Mrs. Isiuls 1). Mcllne will lie at home tu their friends nti!l37 I. street nrter November 15. Lust Wednesday evening Mr. Holier! I. Fleming, una or tho most prominent and best esteemed citi zens of tho District, was united lu marriage to Mlsa llclle, only daughter ot Col. Nicholas Voider, re tired, by llcv. ltush It. Slilpieii,orAHSoiils'churcli. The ceremony look place ul (hu residence or Col. Vedder, 1111 Massachusetts ntcnue, and was at tended by a few Intimate friends nnd near relatives, being followed by a reception from 7 to in o'clock. Tho bride worn a rich whllo satin dress with full court train, corsage cut V sliatio. and heavily Irlmineil wllh ducliesso uml round polut lace, veil ami oruugo blossoms, a tcmlaut and bracelets nf diamonds, (a present from the groom,) and carried tu her hand u while ruse. Tho suspended dorat bell was of white carnations, edged with white rosebuds and lilies of the vulley, with a toiiguu of purple vio lets, owing in n severe auaek oi iiiioai irouiue from which Mr. Fleming is slowly recovering tho wedding Journey has been postponed until this week. Curds aro mil fur ret options n( Cul. YciMcra friini 3 to a u'cliHk December 1 and g. Tlio marriage or Air Johann Komlriip,llte popular uu'iiilierof the Columbia Itnit ciuli, to Miss Teresa Johnson will tako plato uu Wednesday next, A brilliant patty was given nt tho resldcuco nf Mrs. Henry T. Knight, 1UM Maryland avenue, (o lelchrulo Ihe debut ot her handsome daughlrr, Miss Clara. Tliero was it supper mil dancing nml a merry caimpjuy. Among those present were Miss llllltlo Fisllcr.MlssMutllo I'lslur, Miss Killlh Hall, MIssMubil Hull, Miss Cora lllce, .Miss (lirdiier. Miss I.vitla Slued, Miss Mary Sliced, Miss Kdua Tune, Miss Faimlo Wushlugtou, Miss Auulo Chap man, Miss Maggie Smith, Miss l.tllie Cuilou,Mtss l.ucllla Capelnri, nr Ylrglult: Miss lllielui Wll Hums, Miss Tlllio Kuchler, Miss .leuiilu Knight, Miss Klla Knlglit, Messrs. Hcorgo I'arlei, odio Seiilt, Hurry Clark, Hurry Chapman. Dr. II. Dell drii'ksuu, F, 11. lir.lli.iin, II. II. Nichols, tieurgo Kerliey, Dr. Millard Thompson, W. ilrecuwell, Charles Jiiselll, Lemuel Darker, John Murry, Trunk and Harry liccsldc, Junius Tubman, Mark Olds, II. N. Walls, Hurry KulgUi, Charles Huwser,Cic!gh(ou lllce, Will M, II. llcall.aud lleurgo Lancaster. Mis. W..I. Heall.u Her a very ideas nil visit to rela tives lu Montgomery Counly, Mil., has ltlurucd to lur home. A quiet and prelly vyiidllugoccurrid utTuivsou, Mil., on Wednesday culling last. Mr. William W.Oirutt, a leading member ot tho Ton sun lur, naa married toMlssNauule Parr, daughter of Mr, 11. Preston Parr, of lhat place. The bride, uslaler of Mrs, llldgely Mclllalr, of this clly, has in my friends lu Yliisiiluglon, The ceremony was per formed in Trliitly P. K. Church, the Kcv. Dr. stukes uilletalltig, assisted by the rector, Hev, Dr. I'ovvets, Nu cards had been Usucd, bill Hie church wnscruwded. The bride, who tsinery liuidsoino blonde, was ullired lu un elegant while, sill,, court Iralupliamuiti, uruameuts.aud veil caught hack will! Marcchal Nell roses. Tluio was uu bridesmaid, and Col, Clarctuo Lester and Ur, tihurles Harris ucted us u.hcrs, Mr, Wilt llryuii was best man. Afier n recepll'in ntTnivsoii luo ciillro party lelt fur linliliiiure, where Iho bridal parly left for u Northern trip. Miss Jennie Meigs, ol New Jersey avenue, has reluriud homo tram her visit tu lMy.l's, in Monl goiucry Counly, Md., whriu lur f liner has u rami. A STRANGE SI ORY. A Woniiiii lllrc.l to Miiriliira I'ruliliil IIoiiUI'h Will'. hi'. Louisr Oct. 50.- A special fiuiu Shelbyvlile, HI., to tho 'imI-Di MMfc'i says ; llcv. Juseph L. Hunt- inn, me pastor in luo cuuiiriaii v iiuicu at uu" place, Is iihn llio iiuiprletur ot u Pruhlbliluu paper mlled Oui' lii-fi li'uiif, vvhleii lalely has taken a strung stand against iho whisky eli limit and h is been mure bluer th in usual In lis tdltoilils, Mr. Duuttrllt has been lold several limes that tl'it prpir had better chauge its poller ur s unelliiiig uuple.is mil wuuldiH'iur, land iilniit one Mrs. (Hey wi in tu Hie ikistor's liouiio and nttuuptoJtu u.s4.u.sluatuMrs. liimllrlit. 'the wouid-lio tuurderiss was uverpow eied nud handed over to Ihu ullccrs ot tho law uml ut now In Jail, it is supposed mat the whisky men uuploved her to kill Mrd. Duuiirlii tu revenge for thu minister's wurk in favor ut Prohibition, "(ovlco's .1(eut;o In OhiiuiIk. WiKNKftu, mak,, Oct. 30. Tho Mexican goreru meiit has made representations to the Dominion gov eriiuient fur u leuleut viiteiu-o for Sunt, ot Maiquclte, who utuwuuded nller caiiuiiillllug luigery uud was attested lu Mexico, llewus sutreudeieil bylliu Mexican uiilliorlllca, ullUoiigii thciels no oxll.ulttle.il ln.jly lu eUlcuce, uud hepni the iviuest- NO. 32. THE NEW YORK ELECTION. lluu lit nnil Itunsevelt Mnkn Thnlr I'lnnt jSiicpclirt Tho f.nliiir Demon- Ntrnlln,!. Nkw Yoiik, del. mi. -Tho Bhort but sharp tiiaynr nlty campaign lu Hits city prncllcally closed tills, evening. An luimctiso mass meeting nf business men was licldto-itaron Ihe steps of Iho sub-treasury. Tho meeting wan held under Iho nusplces of tho down tnwn Itousevelt Campaign Club. Tho Itoose velt Dry Hoods Club, to tho number of over one thousiuil, formed In Una nml marched down, headed bv (lllmnro'a band. Ou their wav (hev were Jollied by largo delegations from the Iron merchants, ino real c.iniu men, insurance men, nnu inn t'ciro leuiii Kxehnngo. Tlio down-lown'chib and tho dele gations from tho lstii.lt and Produco Kxchnnges, also headed by binds, inarched lo tlio sub- treasury building. Aimut four thousand men wero In Hue. At the sub-treasury nn Immense throng ot peoplo had gathered, numbering manv thousands. John F. I'lumnicr presided. Mr. Knoscvolt, (ten. Stewart, L. Wood. ford, and others addressed tliomeetlng. Mr. Huose vell said In his speech It tho Kcpuhllcnus stood ny him ho would bo elected. Sotno had written nnklng him lo withdraw lu favor of Mr.llcwlit.bin It Mr. Hewitt wanted (leorgo to bo defeated ho hlmseit should withdraw. Ho Blood thero ns a strict pirlv man, but If an until candidate should bo nominated by his party who was known Ui bo corrupt, no mat ter how prominent n man ho wan, ho would take olt his head. A largo meeting nf dry-goods men was held to-day nt Hromlivayand Worn, slrcets to endorse Abrnm S. Hewitt for mayor. A stand waa erected nnd covered wllh nags. Tho Third lteKlmcnt Hand dis coursed nillimilnlrs. Walter M. Stanton presided. Amnugthn speakers was Mr. Hewitt- Do said he did not believe Hi it llrnry (leorgo would bo elected major. Din only fear was that, (leorgo would recelvo such n largo olo that liumenso ef furls would be needed In Rtninp out noclil ism, fur It would lliereby bo greatly en couraged. Do personalty thought tliat he could lie nt more uso tu business men In Congress, but III obedience to Iho general sentiment had naerl (Iced his own Inclinations, for Hcpuhltcans ns well ns Democrats had urged him. Ho had taken tho numinallonns Iho representative of a movement to stamp our socialism. Had ho known that tho Kc puhllcnus Intruded to uoiutnata he would not have lieen n candidate. Col. W. I. Drown, Algernon S. Sullivan, and ex Senator Poster mule addresses. Judgo Davis, of California, In his nddress, said: "Tho name or (leorgo stiouid bo stamped with eternal Infamy. HcorgecomcH to this country from Knglnnd and hns hclrayed his trust as a citizen of his adopted coun. Irv by scattering the Ilrelirnnds uf discord In n peace ful land. Tlio election of (leorgo will encourage every Nihilist, Communist, nud Socialist In tliocoiiu try. Not Iwenly-four hours would elapse after Ms election beloro tho condemned Communists In Chi cago would bo treed by force and tlio lorch applied in every city of tho Dulled Slates." Tho united Democracy held a large mass meet ing In-night In Central Park garden. Mr. llowltt sptiko and ridiculed (Icorgc's Ideas or lax reform, lie said that ir a poor man owned a lot of land by Hie sldo or n large an irtment house, Mr. (Icorgo's theory would make the poor man pay as muen In taxes as tho owner or the npartincnt houac. ir (leorgc's theories wero put Into prucllco tho pour men would tic I ramps ami the rich "professional millionaires." Tho Issues of lids campaign concern tho whoio counlry. ADer ono hundred years' trial Mr. George tells you your Government Is a failure and you are slaves and ho Is golug to liberate you. The Ameri cans havo mado themselves what they are In spito of Henry Ocorge nnd others of his Btamp. "Tammany Hall and other Democrats," said (no speaker, "did nolnoinlnato lnotoUBOtnc. but because they per ceived Hun notion was necessary Initio face of tho revolutionary principles of Henry Ocorge, and bc ciusothey thought I could meet Mr. (leorgo on his own ground, wncllicr I have nono so or not you can delerinlne." Tie other speakers wero Kugeno S. Ives. W. Honrko Cockruti, Hugh S. Grand, and Peter 1). Mostcrsnn. Tho labor organizations of tho city who endorso the nomination of Henry George for mayor had a monster parado to-night, over 41,0011 men wero lu lino. Tho pollco reserves wero all held In tho sta tion, In anticipation ot any troublo that might occur. Tho pruccsslun marched In Ulcs or ten, and was two hours and a halt in passing n given point. Henry (leorgo reviewed tho parado In Union Square. In suite of the rain much enthusiasm existed. The demonstration wns tho largest labor parade ever wiinesseu in mis cuy, nnu wouiii navo neeu larger had Iho weather been line. Labor organiza tions or every branch of trade or occunatloa wero represented, 'i no meu in ino ruoxs, loo, were nu in telligent class. Thn houses nlong the lino ot march were llluuiluatcd and llreworks displayed in a num Imr of places. The line of march was through the Howery, Fourth avcuue, Droadwuy, uml east to Avenuu A. William McC.abe acted as grand tnnrsltal. The printing trado headed tho Hue, but owing to bad muuageincnt llio itinerant divisions became snarled up so that the distinct organizations wero mixed up together. About 3.100 lnonihors. by careful esti mate, were in line, ami too oilier traties wero pro port lonatcly represented. Ono of tho features uf the parado was a Bcene. When a Third avenue surfuco car passed tho driver was greeted with cries or "scab." In spite of tho disorder though tho crowd kept In good order nnd no troublo ensued. A few minutes past S o'clock tho grand marshal iicaiung mo printers' legion passed the grand si ami and from iiiislimo until after H) o'clock a continuous in irch wns kept up. Long before tlio procession reached tho grand stand uu Union square. Seven teenth strecr. In front or Iho cottages, was ciowdcd wllh men, women uud children, wuo shouted them sell cs hoarse, when word was passed along t ho line that tliofaiborcimlldato had arrived and taken up his ivusltlou with Senator Kccleslu and Kobcrt 1! Nooueyuu tho porch. On (ho stand were Patrick and Arthur Ford. o( Iho i7h irurfif. Col. II. J lllnlon, Kcv. Dr. McCarthy, Father Huntington, nnd Kcv. Dr. McGlluu. A heavy nitn commenced tu rail, but this did nut dampen the ardor ot tho crowd. Tho printers wero eulliuslastto and marched ulong singing, "iiey no, mo leaches must go," ami "George, Ocorge, vote fur Henry George." Thero were hundreds or trunsparenclcs.on which were painted such Inscriptions as "Hewitt will rue It, but never will do It," "Down with tho lioodlo sys tem," "iiiirMuir musses ugiuusi, monopolistic classes," " The spirit of 1770 still lives." The trades' unions led tho lino and wero 'followed by Iho oulslde organizations. Tliero wero plenty or llreworks and cheers and luiistc When tho last section passed tho crowd surged toward tho staud ami the erv or "Speech, snecch." came from hun dreds nf throats. Mr. (leorgo look oir tils hat uud, siauuiug uureiieaiicii 111 inu ruin, huh: mis si: nldcunl demonstration, un such n nlsht as Hits. u complete rerulutlou nf tlio usserdonH that (he George boom Is subsiding. The tluio for specch maktug has p is,cd and the I lino for action 1b ut hand." Hrief speeches wero ulso mado by Senaior Dcoles lne.Col.lt. J. lllnlon, Hev. Dr. McCarthy, aud K. II. Mooucy. THE RIO HOLOCAUST. Tlio t'rel;-lit llrakeiunu lulsj llio Ulmuo in IIIh Conductor. Mn.WAl'kr.K, Wis., Oct. 3d. O. A. Wells, the rrelght lirakeinaii who Is charged with being re sjionslblo for the terrible railway accident at Itlo nu Wednesday night, has turned up. Ho came to the clly yesterday nnd visited tho general onlce of llio St. Paul Hallway Company. Hu drew Ills salary late yestcrdiy uflerunou. Wells Is twenty-four years old nnd unmarried. Ho declares that llunkey, Iho freight train conductor. Is wholly responsible for tho accident. The following Is the substance ot bis story : "uur freight train arrived at Kast llio siding several minutes before tho limited put In uu up poaraucc. Tho freight I rain was too long for ono sldo track', so we cutltlu two, switching one part nf It on uuo ot the side tracks and detaching tho engine, switching the rest of it ou the other side track. It was nut inv duty to closo tho swttuh. I had iieier closed It before. Tlio conductor hud always douo lhat. On tho night of the accident, lifter we had reached tlio siding nud side-tracked our train, 1 hud to remain on tup nt ouo of tho cars. Conductor lliiukey went to tho switch and shortly afterwords passed tho car on which I wus standing. Ho told mo that everything was all right, uud that lie wus going to thu head or the train. 1 looked nt my watch uml discovered, nr thought 1 did. that Iho limited I rain was late. .lust then Ihu limited hove lu sight. I was horrified lo see It run oil the track shortly nftcr ll passed inv car. Hi a moment tho train was lu names. 1 was bully frightened, and, thinking tho freight train li inds would bo lynched, lied. I realize that I madoii mlsinku lu running away, but It was very uatiiral under Iho circumstances." Wcllssays that he Is ready to give lilinseir up whenever ho Is wuutcd. Do has engaged counsel lu Milwaukee. Tho Identity uf the three men bound fur the woods, who weio burned lu death lu the wreck, will possibly never bo established, uud they ut least of all llio vl.tlius will be n addition id tho throng ut "missing" persons, o. W. St. Juhu, uf ihu city, said ttils morning that llireo men whom ho believed tu lie tho same ones caiiiu to his labor agency Wednesday uud wantid In go Norm. They were iugeiner,umi tuikcii unoui going 10 several iKiiuis ou Ihu Wisconsin ceniral road. Olio of tticiii was a large, tall man, who looked more like a wiMidsiuaii tutiuclihcrof ihu others. Ho wore a ilaiiucl shin, with yellow bars; Ids pants wero lu his Units, and ho hud spikes lu his heels, ouool Ids coiupauluus wine a dark suit or i lot lies and u wait h uhalti,uud did not look like u lumberman. He Is described us having a "whisky" muslin ho. Tho third and youngest uf thu trio was nut over Iwcnly-unu or tweniy-lnu jears old. 'I hey evidently did not waut to win k, and hupeil lu get sumewliero without pay. lug fire. Mr, M.Jntin saw the three standing nt Hie I'ulou deiHit at t!:l5, when lieweut there tu ship agiuguf inclines!. If all llio missing people so fur reported as having been nu the train aro lint heard from Hie list uf victims will bu swelled In tnt'iity-two. 'iliulawof Wisconsin II es llio nihility of rullro id companies fur deaths caused by negligence at fool cxiu'dlng f3,lHJ, HeHliriintloiiiif llio IIiiiiaIIuiii dibluvt. San l'n vm'iscu, Oct. lui.'rhu Hteatucr Murlpusa, which arrived train Sydney and Honolulu, tu day, brings news ut tho reslguitluu uf the Hawaiian Cabinet uml the tipptiinlmcut ur a new cabinet as luuuvrs; Aiiuuiier ui rureigu iiuuirs umi I'leuuer. Waller Murray Olbsuu; Minister of thu Interior, l.iilhtr Ahulu; Minister ot Finance, Paul P. Ivauoa: Attorney General, John I.. Kuulutuu. Thu reslf.ua Hon ol tho old r.ihluct uuaduetou defeat uu ihu 13th lust., nt thu Ministry's niuemluient lu Hie bill securing the two million dollars loan recently uut'uorled by the Hawaiian legislature. Tho elicit ot Hu, amendment waa to sciuio Iho payment uf f:iio,onu previously loaned to ma government by Clans Sprcl.les. owing lu this uvtlou ot tho legisla ture dun sprekles has relumed all his dcooruttous lo Ktuif Kutiikuua Imbur Ciiuillilnto lur Uoimrtmi Willi, itrnviii. IIivToiiimi, Va0c(. so,-Tho district committee utllio Libur parly held a meeting lo-ulghi,uud uu the ipienllou being Buhl. dtlcd totueui by William ll. Mulliil (Labor umlldalu fur Cuiigitsa In this ills IruiMiioomuuiliUi! ilcildedtii withdraw him fum the Held, Thu Tammany club. Mullen's clitct or ganization lu this clly, have decided to support lluu, lleurgo D. Wise, Dcmocratlo uomlueo.uud itlsuu. ilerstuodiliut Mullen Is preparing a letter ndWaliur his friends tu support w lae, Judgo Uur)- uml llio Atitiri'lilaU, CiilCAUO, Oct. UU, -Tu-itay Attorney Salomon, counsel fur the Aiurchlsts, uppearcd biforu Judgo Gary und usked to bo heard un llio tiiotfuii fur u new ttla) based ou Iho docuimiils submitted to the coutl u few days sliiu'. Tho euuit peri'iiiplurUy rclusc.1 to Lsleu tu a renewal ot Hie aiguiuent. THE OERMAN EMPIRE. floclnllsl imposing-lltissin-l'repijrlnr ror Iho Klerllonn. IlKnl.lv. Oct. ItO.-.PrenarAllnn. tnr n.f .. elections for a member ol tno Itelchstng nro actively proceeding. Klforts nro being mado toward effect ing new groupings of tho diiTcrcnt parties, since Die recent declaration ot tho leading principles ot Die programme of llio National Lllicrals, which Is lo sever tlio connection wllh (ho Progressists nnd to support thfi trnvrrnment. n rnlm.t h. hun .11.- ctnsoit for an nlllanco between tho National Llbera's uu ,110 iuiinciviiuven 111 rorm n middio party essen tially nal Innnt and governmental In character and hos- tltOtnthO Progressists nndtnttlAcenlrnnarlvalltn. Tho Krruttelt'imjl not In favnrot tho project, hnt scheme, staling that tho conditions nf an nlllanco should bo the development ot a military organiza tion by the Kmpiro for tho pmtpctton ot thostnto Against Socialist Plots. Whllo continuing Ihnwnrl- nf social reform, and modified support nt tho mt.nrninnnl'a fltb.nl n,nA...-na r.r.tt.i h ,. P.""" ..... .,,.,.1 iH,n.,, ,u,,fJ ,IU PIUll. lax bill. Theso proposals havo not yet received Iho npprovnl of the government. Tho National IJberal leader, Herr Vnn Hennlgsen, Is reported lo regard tho proposals with favor. Another significant political movement was disclose,! at tho Volksparlo conference, held nt Fnrth.whcron, pwgrnmmo was formulated which indicates an inclination on tho part ot (ho Radicals nnd progressists tnwnrds tho Soc a Isls. Herr Hnnnn. man, nf Frankfort, tho leader ot tho Volksparle, In a rcmarkablo speech urged a union between Prnffrrsslntj, nn,t sn. clallsls fur cumninn purposes ot a political defenso nnd orrenso. It was necessary, ho said, tu work to gether In order tu obtain tho p icina development of Germany without a revolution nr making polltlcat conquests subserve tho assuagement of social mis ery. The proposals of Herr Sonncmnn nro receiv ing Iho support of numerous members lu Wesipha lla and other parts ot Prussia. Tho leaders, ot tho Volksparlo havo decided to elalsiralo for tho com ing elections a now union programme of social ro- IUIIIIS. , mcellngnf Socla s s at (lotha discussed ner. mnny's attitude toward Itussla. After an nddress bv Dorr Duck, a depiitr In tho Kr-tchstnir. it resoln. tlnti was adopted staling that every Increaso In Iho power nf Itussla was n grave danger tn tho Interests of Europe, and especially Initio development nf Germany, and, therefore, recommending that tho government bo persistent In Us hostility tn thn Kus.lnn policy. 1110 reponsoi mo inspectors ni laciories, wnicn havo Just been Issued, show that Iho employes In tuostor tho factories work eleven hours dally, not reckoning overtime. Willi overtime tho workmen In sumo districts, notnblr Dusseldorf. work from thirty-six tn forty-eight hours nt a stretch, though they aro supposed tu havo lliierty to leavo atter iwcniy-ioiir wursiug nours. tiio usual noursorn bollcrinnu in Dusseldorf nro twelve and oflcn twenty four hours. In Mngdebnrg artisans work twelve hours, tn Hanover ten, nnd In Alnlwerg eleven. Cot ton spinners In Potsdam and Frankrurt-on-lhe-Oder work twelve nours per , lay in winter ami rouriccn hours In Rtunmer. Tlio sicclwnro and Iron appren tices lu Dusseldorf often work sixteen hours dally. In the Forth rlass works Iho men work six itavs un ceasingly, except for a couplo of hoars, when they sleep on benches ur on dirty straw sacks III corners ot the workshop. Tho general Impression from Iho reports Is that there Is mnch overwork, abut ar rangement ot hours, with hideous sanitary condi tions. mo Dontuumi tribunal nan sentenced Herr Lcnsing, editor of tho Fremonlit, to six months' Imprisonment for nn article appearing In his paper, in which ho attacked l'rlnco Htsmarck on Ma Polish, Social, and religious policies. The nrtlcle lu ouestlon said lhat l'rlnco lilnmarck wanted to make the Germans happy lu splto ot themselves, and by methods that the people repro baled. A sensation hns been caused in Hanover bv tho sudden flight ot an esteemed antlcltur, Dr..Vun iiuninanu, wuo icu many ucuis oeiiiiiu nnu wnu emtiezzleil moners and securities to tho amount ot Kirti.noo mnrks. He has gono to America, Dr. Dcdeklnd. who was arrested on a charcoof high treason, has been released. Kmpcrnr William has givcu 1,0tid markB toward the fund for the Schcifci monument. Tho d ct or ftaxc-w clmar has abolished tho law exempting thoso of tho military profession from tho payment ot communal taxes. a no illness 01 ivinguun,ni uivariu.uasrcucncii a crisis. It Is rumored that ho Is In a tuorlitd condi tion from exhaustion brought on tiy tlio fury of his 111 1111,1. 1 ue ,iiccu muiiicr lias scut tor a priest 10 await llio end. Tho .WunlciUlfclie.i ll'MiifiinfitK describes tho newly-round symphony by Wagner. It Is only 11 sketch begun lu 1131 nnd never llnlshcd. Tho allegro In K major Is practically complete. It Is written In the accepted classical form. Of the Blow movement llicro nro ouly twcnty-nlno bars, when tho work breaks off. Dr. Carl llorstmanu lias gone to Kngland for six months tu edit tho early Ungllsh "Lives of the Saints" for tho Early KnglUh Text Soclely. No scholar lu Kngland is so able to accomplish tho task. Dr. Zlntgrair has been sent to cxploro iho Camc roons. The government will placo at his disposal tho Blcam launch N.ichtlgal. In connection with tho ouo hundredth anniversary In 18s of tho blrtlt of tho theologian, Neander, several biographies aro being prepared. Professor Schair, of Now York, has written a letter giving some recollcctlans of Neander aud coulalniug valuable biographical mate rial. Kmperor William returned Pi Dcriin to-night. Ho Is looking well nrter 1110 fatigue ot the hum at llubertusstock. The Crown Prince, Frederick William, telegraphs that he leaves Genoa to-day aud is going to Alonza, whero ho will meet King Humbert. In Iho estimates presented to tho Ditmlcsrath la the llrst Installment of tho cost of tho Kaltlo Canal lu,nuo,ooo marks. The supremo court nt Lcipsle lias sentenced Drab ner, a compositor, to.two ami a half years' Imprison ment nt hard labor and threo years' toss of civil rights for "selling up" Anarchist plac irds Intended for distribution. Theovldenco showed that Drab ner had intimate relations with Anarchists In ling land and America, especially Neve, ot tho Ft tUnilt, and Uruuo Kcinsdorf, of Now York, n brother of August Kelusdorf, who was oxcctltcd for the at tempt to assassinate the Kmpcror on the occasion of the unveiling of the Nlederwald statue. A splendid innnumeut has been erected in the Cen tral Cemetery nt Vienna over tho gravo of tho vic tims of the King Theatre lire. KAULBAR'S ULTIMATUM. IIiilKarluauH ltelllircrcnt T'lielr Cuu luct IncrcnscH the t'onr.s r Itusslmu inrniloH. Soki t, Oct 3D. Tho government has ordered that tlie Kussiait language Kh ill no longer be taught tn the public schools of Duigarlu, but Unit the Germ in language shall bo taught Instead. Lieut. Collllou", tho coiumaudcr at Kustchuck, who, at the Instance ot Gen. Knutbars, telegraphed to tho government demanding the release of thoso persons con'erned in tho deposition ol l'rlnco Alexander, has been sen tenced to ono month's Impruiomncut and Tiaa been deprived ot Ills command. 1'esth, ocL 31). Increased fear is manifested In political circles hero that Itussla will occupy Hul garlu. It Is believed that Austria will not acquiesce In suuli action on tho partot Russia. In tho event ot tho uccup ulun ut llnlgarl 1 by Itussla the lluu garl in government will make the maintenance ot ITI1110 Minister TIsB.a'H policy, as announced In tho Diet, a cabinet question. Tiunovi, Oct. 311. All tho Hulgarlan ministers, except M. NIcolaleff, minister nf war, havo arrived hero to attend tho meeting of Iho Sobrnnjo to elect a successor 10 l'rlnco Alexander. M. Kuravcluir has finally stated that lie will not attend the meeting. Tho bobranjo will open to-morrow. It Is believed lhat ten days will bo occupied in verifying tho elec tion ot deputies. Tho ministry will abandon tho iiic.1 or Bending n ucpiitaiiou 10 me powers to ex plain the Uulgarlan situation. soi'iA, Oct. SO. Gon. lCnulbxrs lias issued au ultimatum Pi the Hulgarlan Government. Ho com plains that Kusshns In Dulgarla aro maltreated and terrorized, und says that II lu threo days no docs not recelvo a H.ulsfactory answer to his ultimatum ho will rupture his re! itlons with tho regeuoy and leave doil.i, taking Willi him tho whole personnel ot the Itusslau cousolato. Tho government has Bent a circular to the various prefects commanding them to udupt Hlrlugeut measures for tho protection of Russians. A copy ot the circular was scut to (len. Kuulburs, with a request that lie furnish tho names ot Iho Russians whom he alleged had been molested. afghans'rising. DaiiKeriiiiH llovult ABjnlnwt llcilvr TaxM. 0aiiui.,Oc(.3U. The Olillzal tribe and a portion ol the llazaras have been Joined by tho renowned robber Sadu, and, under the command ot the sous of tho notoriniis Mushkl Alum Mullah, have risen against Hie Ameer. Near Gliuzueu they attacked ami dispersed an Afghan regiment, which, was act. lug us escort lo a treasure tratu. Tho rising is at tributed to Iho pipuiar Ulscoutent over thu exces sive rate of taxation. A MIXED PROCEEDING. A Divorce Null Hoi tied lo llio IMsKiist ur I'OIUIMOl, Nkw YniiK, Oct. 30. Tho suit uf Mrs. Mary Frances Uayiuund fur absoluto divorce from her husbaud, James It. ItaymouiLcamo up to-diy lu tho Supremo Court lu Hrooklyu on u Iiiotluu uf plalntllt'a counsel to illsooniluuo tho notion, both parties consenting. Tho lady Is a niece ut (leu. Sherman. The wedding was brilliant. Tho couple had bright prospects for tho future, but domestic, discord arose, ami llio hush md secured 11 New Jer sey divorce. This morning wheu Judge Harllctt heard the mutton lu discontinue ho smiled, uud re plied that the uppllcutlou was novel. Counsel ror defense said planum had sued soveiiteeumoulhs ago for dlvuru) from her liushaud, uu a charge ur adultery wiihun.Mbiny wuuuit. When thuuuuplu married Isilh wero wealthy, hut tlio liusb nut aller ward lust his wealth. This, tho counsel said, verb lied the old pruverl), "Wheu poverty comes lu at tho dour luvuilles outot the window." Tlio coun sel thought Hint his clieut was nuaucially unable to defend tho suit. The couusul had wurked hard lit the cue, and now Hie parlies hid by collusion agreed 10 discontinue. Ho asked lor tho protection uf thu court. Decision reserved, SPORTING NOTES. lliiNo Hull, I'uot Hull, uud I'iiicIIIhiii, Nkw Hilts., CiiN(.,Oct, an. 'puis iiiuruiug.by the lUht of kcrusciio lamps ami In Iho presence of about u huudrodtfpcclulors,Tuui llnullhau, ot Hart ford, und Albert tstevciis, uu Kugllsli bruiser, formerly ot Sprtugilold, Mass., fought 11 prize tight of one ruiiiid, lasting uuo mlnutuaud 11 half, at Cedar swamp, tu Ihe muiiiilulus near llrtstnl, Conn, Hou lihan drew blood at every blow, and at iho cud of the 111110 speclucd his opponent ) Icld.d. The slakes wero f leu. Nr.w lluiH, Coxn., ou. 3u.Iii llio fool-ball gaum tudiy between Yale ami Washington Yah, won by u scurouf 13il to iitithiiig.hcaltug all previous lutercullcglale fuut-u ill records by illiy ihiIuis. Huston, Oct. 30. -Tho llostou Haso Hall Club prac tically completed Its llluo fur lssi uud Its quuta ot players to-day by signing Richard D. Conway, ot Liwell, last year ot tlio ihampluu l.iwrcuio uud this season uf ihe champion Portland team. Willi Slreet Yesterday. Nkw Y0iiK.Oct.su. -Tlieiilirketupencdlrrciiul.il' but generally heuiy, tliuugh the changes weru fur luijguttlcaut amounts, except in the .caso ot l'aclllo Mail, whh li was up )t per cent. Thero was 11 moderate business ouly, but prices were tlrui aud so continued unlll llio last hour, when liberal realiza tion checked tho general advance except lur St. Paul aud Delaware uud Hudson, thu latter belug aided by 11 rumor thai Hie next dividend would be al an Increased rale. Tho market Dually I'losod steady pi llrut ut ur near tltobest prices reached. Thelutal business for the div uuiuuutcd tn SK'-VJiU shares. Western Unlou and Luku Shore wero iho conspicu ously ucllvo stocks. Filial prices almost luvariably show udi unci's, and St. Paul uud llululli is up'JVi.ljUo Stioro I it, Richmond uud West Point Ikj.Colurudu Coal 1 d.Mubilo and olllol' , Dclawaro aud Hud sou 1, umi others fractional aiuouuts. A Wcll-llri'iceilNiilclile. cuu ai.ii, ou. .H.-TI1U luorulng a body ut ,1 nun wus fuuiid uu Ihu lako shore dilvu, A hurrlbie gash lian ouiiiplclely severed the Jugu'ar vein and lu ihu right hand was a sharp pcukulle. Thu niuanu uere Uium! ufu large, iHiwerful iiiauof alsiuttHty, very b.il.l uud Willi (ull curly reddtsli beard ami luu.iuche. Tho deceased was dressed lu ens-tuiu-made olutiies ul good quality, lu ihu luckcis of which weru toundf JJI and a stiver vvalch. A re ceipt tor cluthlug made by a Philadelphia tailor was foe ltd 111 one of the pockets, uud upon tho tub ut tlio truusers wus nrtiteu lu tuk tho lumo ot "S. It, Uur duu." Tlio Lillur's remipt U also nndol'i H. II. Guiitou, ami a dcspalch wasut unci) seutt tlio I'ulMdi-lptiU linn unplug if eucU n uim Wi luuwii.