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WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1890.
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TO PROTECT OUR CITIZENS ABROAD.
Order Iiaueil la Hie United State.
Mlal.t.r la Turkey.
Tbe State Department bat Issued
general Instruction to Mr. Ilirsch.
American Minister to Turkey, la regard
to tbe arrests of American subjects
in connection with tbe Armenian
revolutionary plots. These instructions
are to tbe effect tbat protection should
he afforded American citizens by MiaU
ter Hlrsch in accordance with the treaty
stipulations ami International law.
Acting Secretary Ade says that no
Instruction la regard to specinc
cases have been seat Minister
Jiirscb aa tbe Department It
cot in possession of tbe detailed
fscis in eatk esse, which are
mcessary before the Deportuteut can
ml Tbe newspapers, he says, contain,
many more details about Ike aire
iuu name, eireuatstaaees, etc)
ibaa ibe Male Department has yet re
I'uiwiu t Hutiu
Tbe following building permits were
i-sutd today Samuel J. Oneae, two
st .ry brick dwelllcur, Pifleesrtk street
extended, eot M.; B. II ttroker.
I wo story brick dwellings, 111 asvd
Ho (i street racetheaat, coat $Uhk).
W Peise. two story rente dwelitag, T
ftnet. IlUlsdale, coat lift), Samuel
Virulent, four two story brick dell
fLgs, mi to iiil Twenty second street
cortbwe.t, tost 10,0U. tiamuel Xor
n mi fcU two story brick dwetUag,
Jr.; J to 2UJ Ward Piece, coat 10,),
7 sbackelfor 1, two st try Wick d well
ins 2l Iudiaaa avenue northeast, cost
I lurry is hitgar um H'aU
Mw ou. Oct. ST. The TrtiHim
3j s tbat the last plan for the reorfaas
aimnof the auger Una had bee w
juudbythe attorney general That
bus lieu vigorously ietiml bf th
pariUch interested, hut it fi'Miri a Vtttif;
,.ir iffl uu, ufktt of (Kgif card irate oat
V all street
l" Mmsmh ei'eaw of Watte
Ui.oa.Si. I tam, Oct ST. Two IsaJm.
Ubonrs were buried alive kt taad
elide In a caayoa Yfty mile aorta U
LutoutUe I Lah Kortawm rtaJlrneW
luiday evening. Oue mna was rea
i ut J faiallv injured. Th othet k atOl
l.lJci buuJxeds ijl tons ol tafth.
u iu lUc Koees te-4ay.
i i s i au, Oct. il Peter Kehoht'e
u.L i.bt viu dtuoyeJ by m thta aocm-
nut to make auoseyt U so, bay
.nU.v UujjtUu. Tor full liifc,wms
c i i i ..i ibtl Jobu T Wimn
. i . arlceiiUi ul (. Uteet. u W
HIS LAST DAYS
PATHETIC SCENES BETWEEN
D1RCHALL AND HIS WIFE.
HER UNTIRING DEYOM TO HIH.
Dfegran Has Sadly Broken the Brat
while MLdy SosirU"
THE MURDERER'S CALLOUS 1HDIFFEREN&E
A Mkisf Laugh al DeathThe Tina
ftr His Exmlten Net Far Off A
AVoonsrrcK, O.xt. Oct. 7 The
Icllenfnn Kngllsh vlllflgc, courted by
men c f wealth ami good standing, a
daughter who made n proud father'j
heart glad suoh was Florence Steven
ton, three years ago. Then enmo an
olopemont nml n eeoret marriage that
bound her to a mnn for life; time
pawed on; betrayer, thief and murderer
were the words branded on her hus
band's brow, nnd thus tarnlshod her
fair name. On November 15 she
will be Ibo widow of n man who ox
plated his cilnio on llio gallows. Two
weeks from next Friday lleglnild
Wrchall will ho hanged by tho neck
until dead. Gay and happy as when
he drove a span of thoroughbred horses
through Ihe streets of Woodstock, he
nwaiis rue nour wnen ttio black cip,
drawn over his face, will shut out for
ever tho glad sunshine.
IKAD IN TltK I1VB8 OP TUB IAW.
Aluody n dead man In the cyos of tho
law, ho pastes Ills time, when not
writing, In boasting nf his deeds, In re
lating stories current In club housos and
in lauiihlnir nlth hlsgmrds. In him I
lA'cmpllrHd complete IndllTereueo to the
laws of Owl and tho laws of min lie
regards his life ni one huge J ke, ami
the strange relations to whlcii he wll
he tubjrctcd as a fillinit climax: for the
When the IHrcballs drove their horses
through Wood Mock mmt of theglinces
wire for the plump woman who iit at
hlslile. Lady Somerset she was called,
and all men envied the Lord Somerset
Ms tulu. Her bright eyes and sunny
linlle won her hosta of ft lends Her
cheeks, white as the fairest, werefslntly
lltigcd with a color tbat spoke of the
low of n you n e: girl's health. Hrect la
flgure, carrying a jierfect form with
crnct', sbp was a person fair to see.
'1 hat was Florence Hlrchalt six months
And wow the picture of today.
1'incbed and wan are thine cheeks, the
tycs , sunken In tbe head, avoid one's
Klance, and her whole expression cdls
mnn wnrus or pity, it is as thougu
ihe were being haunted and at any mo
ment feared the appearance of a dreaded
enemy. Tbe clothes that enwrap her
iiouy are or as costly material as ever,
but they bang now where tbey clung
before. On tbe street her figure is bent
A HHA.VUK XKKTIMO.
It Is a cold October dsy In Witod
stock. Shortly after tbe hour of :i Is
struck a large gong In tbe front en
trance of tbe jail rlnea nut. Jailer
Cameron rouses from his reverie.throws
aside his cigar, and, taking a large,
heavy key, goes out the front passage
awl unlocks two heavy doors, one of
Iron, another of oak Soon be returni,
and is followed by a woman clad In a
dark gown nf woolen, trimmed with
cosily fur. Falling over bar shoulders
is a cape of tbe ssme fur lint trims her
dress. A little bat Is poised on ber
head, and ibis Is Ibe only bit of color.
She muses a moment while the taller
calls his assistant, and as she does -.)
her neatly gloved band grasps tbe Iron
tail as if for support, and she trembles
as If tbe cold, gray stones had sent a
chill through her. Then Assistant
Jailer Forbes appears and she follows
up tbe stairway, slowly each step Is
taken, it even seems that she hesiutes.
before they are half way up two faces
appear at the door, Hlrchalt and his
guard. Hlrchalt has a pipe la his
u-cuib, and Just as bis wife's face ap
pear above ihe platform he blows out
a i loud of ssnrke and laughs. It is a
Uuyb cf indolent welcome, of bravado.
"Well, toy dear, enase to see the
Uiuiderer again, have you Well, he
won't bite, and he s good enough for
1 he door swings with a squeak, and
tbe weird s und calls haw hack to the
piect-sU. As the iron hew oMti the
guacd steps out ad Jailer Fanes, ae
lasenenieii by the wile, eaten. Then
the guasd locks the door.
xo kiss of ua uxt rise
Tbe law of the bud hi that a cosv
iksuacd wm shall not ha alasse for an
ittttaat with any esve, steep the j-sU
fflirials and Us spiritual adviser, u4
so husband nasi wife are locked to
gether with the jailer. Only two or
thrte words are spoken as out stoor
"It's a nasty day outsiie, Florence,"
says the murderer.
This is all tbe wife resdtes. 4 the
tone fe characterized by the same es
preaifcm that her fact voce wsjca afc
hesiteied oa the binding. Hid taw sto
gi word uti love, hate, innaiajat or
Thui they siwajis stead, not oaa
can they cfnso hands, aoaesaitog mlgitf
he headed fxocu one to the other, sonae
thing tbat night cheat thai geJso,
Keather cu their lias sjneet, caosule
Vhed with deadly imUu asighsbe la
that fair wouth, tad OtU allowed
Wight irove a kisa ol d.la-
Tludi covf reatloa is aueiiy on bi
acse. It b) about the sale of Ids sasau
sciipt. umr whkh the axudorer haa
bee busy ever since aesXeavee of death
was oruoouueed Ad she momv tJhoo
l,T&, it to go to the vU, ad he htUa
ust how it is arraagttd
Jkll the tiiee thuece titwH the isiler
vatchsng there ssande the huaoead
tvurderer, hie haode celasly crossed, the
piye in the coroer of hk wouth sad
lUeaas of bluish sowae curling about
the atesn- Insolence aad bravado am
atarked in hie face. The very desil
looks out of hi e es There staada the
wife, nuJ odl word, ' licglasIJ' ' Is all
tbiaU bald lo&l OAaaiUliC "I I-.c iu It
si.Uii.iiuica. tviu Bm.Uii iul a luuuy
upon the guards. The poor wife,
standing still, apparently do not hear
Such a scene Is enacted every after
noon at the little jail. A Philadelphia
llteortl correspondent saw Mrs. Illrchall
aftct one of these Interviews.
"What do you expect to do, Mrs.
"I really do not know," she replied.
(Qnertlon ami answer referred to the
period after the execution.)
"Do you believe your husband guilt
less?" was asked.
"That Is something I cannot talk
almnt," she said, ami her e.xpreaefoa
plainly said: "Spare me.
DUEL TO THE DEATH.
Tight With Sliotcnn In Which
Man l Itlllril.
Atiaxta, Ga., Oct. 27.A desperale
duel to the death was fought near Dan
lolsvllle, Sladlson County, Salunlay
afternoon In which "William Sanders, n
prominent planter, was killed, and Wil
liam Martin, his neighbor, wa fatally
wounded. For some time there hai
l)ten bad blood between the men. Each
had appeared In court as witnesses
cgatnst the other, and several times to
rlous dinicullles have token place be
Tho trouble culminated on Siturday.
Martin lives n quatter of n mile from
Sanders, and Is a tenant on a plantation
of Sanders sons. Saturday Sinders
hcatd shooting In the direction of Mar
tin's house, and, looking out, saw his
own hogs running, ilentoncoconcluded
that Martin was shoollng at them, Mir
lln havlne been prosecuted upon a
charge of that kind before. So Hinders
took his gun nnd started to Martin's.
When asked what he meant by shoot
ing at the lings, Martin said he would
shoot him (Sanders), too, If ho bothered
him, nnd after a few more words tlio
mon began firing. Martin emptied his
doulilo-barrelled sun nnd rive shooter nt
Sanders. Four shots took effect. Anv
one of them would have been fatal.
Sanders shot at Martin five times,
tliriu from n pistol nnd two from a
f ud. Three of these took effect. Mar
tin will die. Sanders' son wa within
Allien feet of him when befell. The
son had called to the men to stop. San
ders did stop, but Martin kept on until
his wiaiwns were emptied.
A HUMAN WHEEL.
A Wnumi Ca uc lit Iu n Illcli-Speeil
l'r- nml rtilly Injnrcil.
I'lTrsni-no. Pa., Oct. 27. At 1")
o'clock this morning while Mary
Thorna. aged 88, employed by the
Pittsburg Photo Lncravlng Company
on Diamond street, was feeding a Ugh
sreed press, hi r clothing became en
lansled In a llnch pulley. The
wheel was making about 15 revolutions
per minute, and before the machinery
could be stopped Miss Thomas was
horribly brutst-d. receiving fatal in
juries. Her head, arms and shoulders
were battered against a box with eu-h
revolution of the pulley until they pre
sented h teiilble appearance. She was
removed to the hospital, but onnot
Hrirelarjr Nohln nnil Sup I. Tartar DU
huh Ilia X "Vink Uaunt,
Secntary Noble and Census Superin
tendent Porter had a long conference
this morning on the request of Xew
York clly for a recount of population.
At tbe conclusion of the conference
Jlr. Porter would only say " The
matter is entirely out of my hands."
Secieiary Noble began immeiliatelv tbe
preparation, of a letter to Mayor Grant
to be mailed to night.
It was given out later that Secretary
Noble bait written a letter of nfteeH
long pages to Mayor Grant, analyzing
Hie complaints In regard to tbe popula
tion of New York and (It U understood)
explaining why a general recouut sboubt
not be ordered.
NOT DSID TO PAYIN8 FAR!.
A I'-tMeitxer Kill u t'ttrler tVhu Tried
Iu HJrot Hlw.
Hoist, k, Ttt , Oct. 87. lUrly yes
tetday wnrniug an unknown paasener
boa rdd Conductor Marshall's traiu. on
the Houston aad Texas Central roal, at
Xavasota. lie refused to pay his fare,
and had some words w 1th the colored
noiter. The conductor threatened to
put bis oil the train, when he draw a
revolver and tired three shots into the
rorter, killing him instantly. lie then
I ulled the bell cord, and as the train
slowed up jumped oil and escaped.
WDtT TIBR WifiC IKiUSM.
U'fcts Ik l'wito)M Hftuml Ua Naa
iituc uu u Mrlka,
Cuicsoo. Oct. 87. Three hundred
kttaai itters aad their helpers struck
this nsorning. This liefision wee reached
at a protracted and heated Meeting of
live Steam Fitters' Protective As
sociation held reaterdey afternoon at
tf Randolph street The iuwediale
cause of the strike is the refursl of the
Kmntoyers' ikaocistion to grant am ia
creae of wages of front 13 to 80 pe
ita. aad to officially recognize the
aUen) Fitters' Association.
ieaesnaMr tajwe ht vh,
Edward CttrroU. a ysdaxer, feU froaa
hosue on which he was working at fcVk
iagftm. this worsdog. a tttttastce of be
tween twenty and tversty-dve fees. No
bones watts hrofce. hwl kt it istaMit IjmI
he has nee injured taternalty. Tfca
poik aaabeAaato w sussmnu4 aad
Cwroll ittea to ta hosfittsi.
Kac.es at steeni tig's to-day.
IbWsbV Vtfnte 4anannsta1tn. IntaValnnBBl
Kt.w OauutAtM, Oot 87 tt. Q. Rett
yeeteaday asade twenty tve aad tfty
sttJBecutdf o aseiety vtMeL The
twenty mm asMea wen coieed aa I hostr,
98 wlmnoi. it teooad. aad khs) tfty
MtfcVsin aorws. li aOauttw aad l
KaitmBJ-s, Uot. 87
has startstd to iakt awnwo
Go to toe atace to-day.
Do jou waut to toake saoaevr u so, buy
lou at Wesley aeighis. Tor lull Uiforuut
Uuii M-o oixuu J vage auil J uku y W4
lujoj, rndur i' uurteeuU). uid U bixsctj u w.
NEWS BY CABLE
AND DASHES FROM
LONDON'S HORRIBLE T1LE OF BLOOD.
StimUoeal Divlopminls Looked For
in the O'Shw Divorce Cast,
IRISH BISHOPS ON THE FAMINE,
Yen JUllko's BIrlWay-A Votkalied is
His Heser InterMtJBg Bctdgal
frem England's Melropilis.
London, Oct. 27. The proposition
for commercial reciprocity between Ger
many and Austria has met an unex
pected obstacle In the Frankfort treaty,
guaranteeing to France ciiu.il privilege
as to commerce with those granted by
Germany to any other power. Germany
Is not prepared for thl, as her manu
facturers, crippled by the loss of Amer
ican Irade, would speedily he crushed
by the competition of the more skilful
French. These negotiations must there
fore necessarily fall.
Germany has also another dlfllculty
of a commercial nature on hand with
I'nglaiiil. Tho English are maintaining
a virtual embargo against cattle from
FchleswIg-IIolsteln, nlthoiuh the prov
ince Is notoriously free from disease.
Cattlo from tho Danish Islands and
.Tutlnnd are freely Imported Into Kng
land, whilo tbe chief export of the
Prussian province Is rlgldiy excluded.
The motive for this Is hard to under
stand, unices It Is a remnint of the old
Hanoverian dislike of Prussia.
Tho bill for tho creation of a greater
Vienna will extend tho boundaries of
the Ity from their present area of about
twenty iiiuaro miles, with n population
of 700,000, to an area of sixty five
square miles, with a population of
l.UOO.OOO. The area will Include miny
siihui Inn villages and summer resorts
1 he affairs of the cildUl are to be ad-
mlnutered by a town council of 130
numbers. The act will come Into fnrru
onJunuary 1, 1S05. Vienna will then
be i-lxjut three times the Meot Ilorlln
In ska. Some change Is needed to
bring back life to Vienna. The capital,
once the gayest In nian, respects In
Kurnie, has of late been colug steadily
liatkward, owing to the rUe of Iludi
Pisth. Prague and other centres of na
tional activity. The Emperor Is anxious
to lee Vienna revive, and It sl-1 to
have Initiated the scheme of expansion.
The production of UUIne wine from
Ihe famous lneyards In the vicinity of
Worms will be greatly curtailed by the
changes necessary to the construction
of Urn new harbor at that ancient city.
In older to meet the requirements of
the Improvements under way ami con
templated, several large vineyards on
the Itaoksof the Itlilne will be de
strojed and their sites are expected to
become the scenu of commercial ac
tivity. This morning's papers extol the
activity of the South Ilamstead police
and detectives In the progress they have
made In tbe direction of conclusively
proving the Identity of tbe murderer of
Mrs. Hobbs, ami compare their efforts
with those of tbe police of the White
Chspel district In their search for Jack
the Kipper, to the disparagement and
ridicule of the latter guardians of peace
Prince Ferdinand of llulgaila opens
tbe Soboj.ui to dsy with tbe usual for
malities. An aUtract of bis speech an
nounced In advance of Its delivery
from tbe throne, represents the Prince
as expressing himself as well satisfied
with tbe foreigu relations of tbe coun
try, and blslnuutioa to Institute reform
ia tbe laws and code of justice am) ec jn
omy In tbe military administration.
Tbe storm which has prevailed
throughout tbe extent of tbe Mediter
ranean durlnir tbe last two days has In
dicted immense damage upon shipping
generally, and Iu many cases upon the
atauncbeet war vessels. Tbe Italian
man of war has sustained damage
which it will require a million franc i to
repair, and many smaller craft b-tve
Leenditvee ashore and broken to pieces
or foundered in mid sea It is aa
nounceU that Chancellor Von Ctprlvi
will shortly pay a visit to King llum
jert and Premier CrUpi at Sonsie.
w lure it is assumed Important questions
of roliey Hilt be dtseiueed and a better
uedertanding arrived at
The So'eialists have gained a number
of seats in the munclptliiy of Brussels
and madesw-'h headway la the provinces
tbat second ballots ia many provincial
tow as aw rendered necessary in order
to determine results.
Ia aa late view yesterday Mr. BU
four U reported as saying that Ireland
is ia better condition than when
he attiiBird omVe. that oajy forty
peraoM were ia prison at iwaaeat under
the coercion act as against 1,035 ia ItHtf,
and thai tint number of person boy
cotted had been reduced i,titt or 5,o.
AN EiJOUoHSiiE DEVIL
THE WOMAK WHO KJjLXEB THE WUfc Of
mt VtlUtUM K.
Umwea, Oct. 87.-Keilie Piereey. the
woataa. arrested on wMekkm of having
mmowscd Mm. Jiohbs. wh-ee body vat
f"wad fearf uilv mutilated ia a rumnin
part of South Hempstead oa. Friday
alajbt last, vac brought before tlw
Poifce Court at South Uawpstead this
aaoraiag for preliaUnary etMftiuUoav
toMe. the husband of the murderad
wemaa. was placed upoo that stand, aad
during the rigorous eiajuiaathm wMch
followed, adudttcd the eiUteoce of a
llatsoa betweea tho oriaoaer. KeUie
Pkrtey. aad Unwell. It ws hcosight
otj c testhvoay that iiobhe poasaaaeil
a latch gey to she voasaa's 1mm. Vm
wkatse wlmitswi that ids viah to his
mlsUese had Ueo hmnt, aad that be
had oususpkioa of hia wile's kjaowl
edge of hia crtwUtal teiatioaa viah the
CvUeace giea b tha poJaca aad
otketa who visited the '''Hhimt of the
wotnaa Piereey. showed that terrible
tight muat buvL taken piaxe in ib.
kiULen between tbi iuluruiu.J woojl
Ibe Windows Wiri aiunohi-d Uii furn
ti-iC p iihtj Wl Ia tuod, a-! .
weapons .ised In the awfnl struggle
were fotmd with dots of Wood and
locks of gory hair adhering to them.
It was also shown that after the com
mission of the crime an attempt to re
more bloodstains had been made.
Fanfflne hail been employed In destroy
ing the traces of the comlMt.
TUB O'SHBA. DIVORCE CASK.
MKKt.T TO UK ONH OP THK MoT SSUTSV
TlOSAt, OX HRCOttn
Losrwx, Oct. 27 The O'Rhea dl
VTrrce case stands third for a hearing,
and will lie reached In the third week
of November. The presiding Judge
wlil he Judge Ilutt. The brlets are re
markably bulky and those on behalf of
the petitioner were delivered yetrday.
Should the whole matter lie sifted In
court, the trial would be one of the most
sensational upon all sides that ever
came before the attention of a divorce
Letters have been In part disclosed
that are of n startllne character, and
Indicate, If the case Is fought nut. thai
the names of some prominent politi
cians will be Introduced, ami a ereat
deal of Interesting testimony will he
THli FAMINK IN IHlHi.VXI).
AX ADDI1RM tSiURI) 11V TUB IRISH ItlRH
AMCItT. Drjnr.tjr, Oct. 27. An Importnnt
pastoral address Issued by the Arch
bishops and IlMiops of Ireland to the
clergy and the laity was read In all the
churches of tho country yesterday. It
deals with the failure of the potato
crop and says that the Dlshops feel
called upon to hear testimony to the
seriousness of the Impending calamity,
as they have ample evidence of the
disastrous crop failure over large dis
tricts throughout tbe country.
They, theroforc, consider It an Im
poratlve duly to call upon the govern
ment to take effective means for pro
venting the deplorable consequences that
must certainly follow. They refer to
the railroads that are to be constructed,
and say they rei ignlo the relief that
will be afforded thereby, but It Is inade
quate to meet the exigencies of the occa
sion. Tbo address deals with the nl in of
campaign and Iwycottlng, and 1'ien
n Iterates the Instructions already widely
publbdud which pointed out that tin
Pspil decree was a decision strictly on
the question of morals, and had nothing
whatsoever to do with nolillrr Thmr
dlrttt that the action known as the plan
of campaign and boycotting cannot be
The pastoral concludes with an earn
est expression of sympathy with tbe
tenants who have been evicted, and ex
presses the hope that Parliament In IU
wisdom may devise means for the
restoration of these poor people to their
homes. It protests aglnt evictions la
the distressed sections, where tenants
are not only unable to psy rents but
even to procure from the soil the ab
solute necessities of life.
VON MOLTKB'S OHHAT DAY.
MAOMt'It K.T CKLKIIKATION Of HlSUOnt
Ukumx, Oct. 37. The celebration of
tbe WKh anniversary of the birth of
Count von Moltke was continued yes
terday. At 9 a. m. tbe Count was
serenaded by ibe Teachers' Choral So
deiy, and he received the congratula
tions of his relatives. In the presence
of tbe Kmperor tbe guards and cuiras
siers, with tbeir colors, paraded before
the i Dices or tbe general staff, where
Count von Moltke Is residing The I
veteran stood bareheaded on tbe bal
cony. Tbe colors were afterward taken
to his room. Then all tbe German and '
foreign generals, including Chancellor !
ton Csprivl. General Kutussow of Kus-
f la, and the Austrian deputation bear-
leg an autograph letter from Kmperor
Francis Joseph, assembled ia tbe great
ball, where tbey were greeted by the
In tbe afternoon tbe Municipal Coun
cil, beaded by liurgosnaster Poreken
bet k. presented a municipal testimonial
and 3O.0U0 marks as a gift la Count
von Moltke' name to the almhousee
established by tbe late Kmperor Wil
liam. Deputations from the Municipal
Councils of Munich. Hreslau, Koenigs
berg, Cbtwnii and Mesne! presented
sddrtsses conferring upon Count von
Mclike the freedom of tbeir respective
cities Dresden and Magdeburg ore
aecud ill urn! aated addresses. Cotogne
sent a splendid Held marshal's bUoa
artistically wrought ia gold ia the style
of (ld Cologne.
Tie tone of the Geruiaa pres to dav
ia itftrriea-to Count von Moltke is of
be kladekt nature. The Uuuibunjtr
Xuthnitu says that oalv regard Ut hie
own health prevented Prince Bisaaarck
from journeying to the capital la do
honor to the great held asarshai. It
continues 'Every one who hat aeon
the interior of Bisaurck's Schloas
knows how he reveres Couat voa
TaeKaspfor, ia addressing Weld
Marshal voa Moitke la the preseawe of
the officer of Use general staff yesterday,
"I thaak yon ia the name of those
who hare fought together for ail yott
bare doaa for ay house aad for the
gteatacea of the Fathertaad. 1 greet
you the beeder who ha succeeded ia
creating ia the erusy a oirlt of iavUt
vihlsaaas.'' Oeneral Yon Moltke, bora Ovtofcsw d,
lets), U the subject of t folloieiat;
rfirited yottosted. wriatelw FMx nS5
aad traaltd for the New HtlUriH:
Tke fc--- - ska iirhtiir I
a v""nw IWf 'aawar saaajMBsawn
w ho lint owr enasales to shasae
AltJ hffcdbK ttU Matt ikiatf MaThfttf
And is hia toelys saroni and shield r
V bit rJatd Eteasaerk, gds as ut .
And fuceed her to surreadsr v
w hu bow ker former low estate
VHto, Wktog by the luSueWe atm.l.
wu U4brg for the faiawland
l o s jiiHUiotttd l'ar and t U u
Aij (on.at) Uuuii to i,ilMiith,,-
U Lu .tuote ill PioU UU tier boast
w vio chuttgrnl to imp . wurUloo
wbo boae on sv aW tlrid
V,buU our eouosry's word iu aWaa
iii'iiKE. wavues. r-xji n rvie our,
u u-s, waua oko w lei-aa.
. k.uj; m German bearu U.i Uig h
liiii LiUue i-iiii uevcr ped h
FOR TIHBB WHO PAINTED THE
TOWN UBD ON SUiTOAT.
THEKE WERE MMT WHITE PRISONERS.
Our National Color? Wilk a Verj
Urge Black BackgrmmL
HELPING ALONG mil SAM'S StiRPLUt
The Name ef Than Wae Fd higt
Miller T9-Dy, and the Nalare ef
Ike Chatfe Agiinsl Tnm.
There were ntne vagrancy ces at
the New Jersey avenue station this
morning to begin with. John Good
rich, Iouls Sinclair, John Gleason,
Lucy Johns and I.uclmla Pell were all
fined $90 or sixty days In jail. Samuel
litown, Abraham Hanks, William
Shorter and Matlte I.acy managed to
evade justice this time", hut If they
come be fore his Honor again thechances
are tual tney will go down, too.
nK DOM.ArM OH FtrTKBN IiVYS.
There were the usual numlier of
Momlay morning disorderlies. Five
dollars or fifteen days was the verdict In
thecaosof l'Vtward Lee, Samuel Smith.
Joseph Thomas, Thomas Duvall, Chris
lie I.te, IiOiiIs Johnson and Walter
sun run II Kit KINK.
Johana Quill, who on Saturday en
tered suit in the higher court against
Slgmund J. Illrck for the posesdnn of
certain real estate, which she claims
was obtained by fraudulent means, and
while she was In an Intoxicated condi
tion, was before his Honor, charsed
with the use of profane and Indecent
language. She was arrested ty Ohirer
G. II. Williams of the Fourth Precinct.
.1 iiiljre Sillier told Johana that she would
have to pay a tine of $3 or go to the
workhouse for fifteen days. Jo'mna
paid the tine and went to look after her
landed interests In block No (I'M.
THIS LOOKS I.I Mi rKKfKCt'TIOX.
Officer .1. C. Dally took another turn
at Robert A ndcrson.who keep a barber
shop on Tenth street northwrst, to day.
He ha had Anderson up very frequently
of late on trivial charges, and tbe most
of tbem have been dismissed. TtiU
time tbe barber Uwrn-dof keeplnt
hi barbershop okii mi Sunday in
violation of the law. As the defendant'
counsel was sick a continuance wji
taken until Octolwr 90.
Kllen C. Coinmln. Prank Wade, M
J. lteagan and Antonio Wiener were
all charged with keeping unlicensed
bars, and tbeir rases were continued
for a hearing until Wednesday ami
JiO 1'KXAI.TY KOR THIS OfFKVSK.
OlUcer Gordon had Samuel femltk,
Joseph Tlioma and Iklward I.ee,
cbsrrwl with trespassing oa the lnrk
at me corner oi iniruasuis streeu.
There being no law coveting walking
upon the grass In tbe parks Judge Mil
ler dismissed the defendants. He said,
as he has frtquently done before, tbat
there ought to be a penalty for tbe of
fense. 11 (II A HIOH OI.ll TIMB.
A ( rowd of ten men and one woman
were found congregated In Charles
Itldgely's bouse, in tbe rear of No l
Pierce street, on Saturday night. Tbey
were shooting crap, playing cards, rush
leg the growler and disturbing the
neighborhood. Ktdgely aad his wife
were arrested and charged with keeplug
a disorderly houe Tbe Ktdgely woman
was dismissed, as ft was shown tbat she
did not belong In tbe house, but that
It was tbe borne of Itldgely's mother.
Tbe latter was rlned i'iO and sentence
suspended pending ber good conduct
Jl STICK UtUlH.BY IKTKUCKUt:.
Justice linulley of the District Su
preuae Court appeared in Police Court
this morning ia behalf of John Motes,
his roaebmaa, who bad been rlned f 5.
Moten aad another man, Willi
Tl snas, engaged in an affray on Sun
day in the Judge's barn. The latter
n t lesesried that Thomas had n t only
pnUusly threatened Moten, but bad
aiutkul him first la consequence of
siuie trouble he had had about the
( tnur's wife. Judge Miller suspended
UD HE WAS StCK.
J an Cunt stared wildly at Judge
Miller this afteraooa a he baaed over
tbe rail of the dock, aad evidently did
col know what they had Ma there for.
The officer aafci he found bias drunk ia
GeorgetowB, but Curtis daiaaed that
be was siik.
"There ia certaialy something wroag
about this aua, aad I guess las had
better go dowa no they eaa Sad out
whether he is saae or lasaae," said taw
ALL IN TUB SAMlLY.
Augustus yields aad hia sua, Thoam,
wet before Judge Miller lo-day, the
former charged with keeping a dis
orderly houaa at No- its Uraaw avaaue.
aad the latter with disorderly conduct.
A number ef the neighbors testified tbat
gambling was permiiud ia the house,
aad that if was a resort for wocuea who
were known to be prostitute. A con
tiauaace was Ufcca. ia order to allow
Fields, st , to bring iu some ertdear
Thoawu. however, had to nay a iaw of
f& for hriag disorderly aad Uig pto
PaMrktMdiivaa had to go dowwla
Mil llaBBwVsWWfiBal'el aflrlfwl ABaA Bull la1
arpwws ajs-W" awr awsmw fpw v
" httt that ateraooo. He waa accused
by tBcer ftlack wthdrta hoaae
from the ikoaiag's track at a rap rk
klott Ik TUK l ATOJi. SUM a.
tta iatuniay there were eight mtoase
who wene furafciheil with coin in she
w aas isaraBaasawa"se -sa r ws waaair
lodger' room at the r irat Piedskct ata
tioa. awoag them Wm- Wheeler ami
liiary Carroli. Yesterday motwwf
v atrou coannuMsoa to aergeaa saosw
ta-mety that durttvc the Wgtit t w had
bar atema from hi p.itket. fie cwr
gmwM hd all the lodger sewrched. am
II awwaity "s foumi ia the postesaloa
oJVhjee. He U locked tweaargod
saath aettv larceavv aad wrirMnhahlv
waari ,a, "wwa t r ar'"'"
4Vt law fwU aeaeU of the mar.
At 1 o'clock Judge Miller took a re
i.esa until -' ) o v!oi.k iu urdu to mtUul
CIETXLASP) WARMLY Mil ill,
Il rs Aenln Ihe Chlr AltrneMnn la
Iho Sprem Umirt.
Kx PRtMent Crereland was again the
main attrwetton In trie Snpreme Court
of the United States to day. The anm
her of person In the courtroom ami
about the eorrlrlor just outside the en
trance wm even greater than oa Fri
day, when Mr. Cleveland was expected
A few moments before noon, the honf
Of meeting for the court, Mr. Chmtawd
entered the court room thmngh Iht)
marshal's office. In the cottrt-mwm
were Attorney General Miller, Sottcttm--General
Taft, ex Attorney General 0 ir
land, and a number of other prominent
Mr. Cleveland and Attorney-General
Miller were separated hv several seats
when the court opened, hut these seats
were vacated Itefore Mr. Cleveland's
case was called, ami he and the Al
tornej General, after warmlv shaking
hamts, sit downside by shle ami entered
into a conversation that dhl not seem to
After a numlier nf motions to ad
vance pases had Iwen heard, the c-ise of
Peakn vs. the city nf New Orleans was
railed, and Kfehnrd De Gray of New
Orltans, with whom Mr. Cleveland Is
associated, began the argument for the
At 3 W) p. m. Mr. Cleveland lugan
PATTISOft'S PROMPT ACTON.
Ho :tnr tli ArrnotHr Mrtrl l'lill.i
I'liit.ADKl.lMilA, OcL 27. This morn
log ex-Governnr Hobert K Pattlson ap
peered before Magistrate O'llrlen at hit
olllce, at Fifteenth street and Uldge
nvenur, nnd stibscrlbeil to altl
davits charging with libel James
Klveison, president of the Injutrtr
Company. Charles II. Heiistls, editor
of the fnijHirtr; Omvton McMlchaet,
editor of the Xortk Amerieitn, an 1 W.
F. Jrrdnn and J. J. McClaurln of the
"Wnrrants were at once Issued by the
magistrate, which were served during
the dsy on Messrs. Klverson, IIeu Is
nnd McMIchse', and a hearing of the
can- as arranged for 8 o'clock bef ire
the ssme magistrate.
1 he case of Messrs Jordan and Mc
Clsuilttof the HNirlsburg Call will Im
held on Wednesday.
The article upon which Governor
Palllson ha his llliel suit was prepared
by tbe IlarrUburs- Call, a morning sews
paper published la thai clty.and appeared
slmultauiously on Saturday last in that
Journal and In tbe luqnirtr and Xorih
AhitriniH of thl city. Portions
narrative also, were
other paitera throughout
The CiiU't leading be Id
as follow "Turn on the
Light. Hobert K. Pattlaon, Stand I"p
ami See What the War of the Cdclam
Keveal. The South Penn In 'any.
True Inwardnee of tbe Most VII
lalnoiM legislation That Kver
Disgrace! the Commonwealth of
Penneylvaala. Perfidy. DUhonor.
Crime. Judgo lilack's Scathing
Kvpcsure of tbe Veto that Never
Keatbtd tbe Senate. Thrilling Tal . of
Itase Treachery. Unmasking a Self.
lUtolled Chamuioa of tbe Good, the
True aad tbe lteauiiful "
A ltrtwnl Kepletu with llgru(rHl
ltubbvry umt JubWary,
Xw Yok. Oct. 37.-Tbe IttrjU
this Biornleg rmbllshts a half page
spetial from Johnstown, IV, giving
what it claims to be a rorreet history
of tbe disposition, at the funds con
tributed for the relief of tbe tliod suf
ferers, large amount of which the
lltruUl correspondent claims, were mis
appropriated. According to the fruiTucarreaBoad
ent, "thousand werequiadered uioag
contractors, superintendents, overseers,
clerks and other dependents and
favorites of tbe dominant political
party in Pennsylvania. The record U
one replete with evidence of mtladmia
istration. political corruption, robbery
aad iobbtrr. well calculated to he-to
disgrace UBa the Stale of Pennsyl
vania and discourage a aimtlar dem m
stialba of public generosity should aa
oerasioa for it display ev.r agaia ua
LYKiiic nrmvmm m m
A i'imi4tmt ctttH afsnsererSt end
Kta Merer Ps.
Atlasta. 04 . Oct. Sl.wJoaeph
Qibaaa, promiaeat ciikea of ilUw--.
Ga., wasfouad dead yesterday morolag
abosM a mile from towa aear the house
of a man named M. 1. Amoui. who i
atsapm-ted of killing aim. Gibson. U
secase, taw Amoti beating hk wife and
remnasiraie.l with him. at whleh he
heiame iry sn.iy. Amous tied durlag
the night and lysvehinr parties he
beta fvrmed iu hunt for hua,
L'Mtw4 ly m !) mm.
Wu Lusuuu-e. Mo , Oil v'7. Pas
seager trtda Ko. 7-Jo oa the Iroa Mooa-
Bwitei), sig mile from here, early yes
terday morajag. The aceUesu was
oMmed by a htot) rail. Aa lukaowa
MMtrnpr a fatally miured. Los,
Ottawa, Oar, vt. Strag
arestyrr Is bebut; brought to hear oa the
goeram?t to icducu it to imootu vi
export dty oa l f i li uh jmnjj iuo th
I raited kState fru.n i .mh 1 1 1 1 n
tkw, by way of ret.. i i tic . i
asra is betBg urged ' u. l . ,
Iort duty ub nUVel ore.
Bkouku. !S Y . Uct- i
JutAl E Virvgory. one of the liet
kawwa rtjiiii'- -t tbi Litv.duJ
oa iauudt-y night vj tu Kra r
chlorofocm. whU-k the doctor 4 1 i . u
UULad a JJhsamaktaajflaji
ti -U.1J.A. Ala , Qet. T.-gb awd-
ding tbe aotoriuu negro deaperaio,
wbu Los t.'ti-ti sought fur tea y-r, w-
sL ' ijJ ki ' v.ol rij u.uroljg '
UT THE RAGES
rOKTIKUATlOX OF TOR MKRUffC
OF THK JOCKRY CtUB.
MABEL WilfS THE FIRST ST I REM,
While 6i?iY Qkkb lb Switfi
tjt id lh SostJ(
URCRMOiiT Wl THE TIIR9 ETlffT.
TitUt Whiek Promiw lUrt Sftrf ts tits
Hom-LviB Public Hurdle JUw
iMteaJ. ef StwrtelrAM.
The beginning of the mcowtl weak et
Ibe meeting of the Washington Joakey
Club was attended by bright, mtsehtny
weather, ami the excellent card pre
sented Increased the attendance mtieri
ally. Many lmlles were present, the ail
dillonnl nttractlvness of the Jumping
nice accounting for this. Then wis
some disappointment among themlhil
the baMrdous steeplechase bad been
supplanted hy the less dangerous, hut
equally fascinating sport lh h unite
The coure has drlel excellently, ifler
the henry soaking It received, and Was
In fair condition, though hy bo means
Five races were on the card for U
clshm, and, as none of the field, ev
cett In the second r.tce, weru
latge, the public had plenty of
opportunity to pick a winner,
son ethlng they were hv no mearw loth
to do, as the I took makers have thus f.ir
during the meeting succeeded In getting:
awsy with the bii k of the moaty ami
been heavy winners.
Ihe chilly breer-jthat blew across I hi
Maryland hills made It rather unc.nn
fortable, but tbe major part of the
spectators did not ml ml thl much but
moved around In order to keep warm,
while tbe ladles In tbe grand stand were
ptoitcted by tho glass rnd, for whloli
they apisred truly thankful to the
forethought of tho club.
Following is a summary of the d ly:
MAURI. tX TIIK FIRST.
First race, three quatter of a Mile
Wattetson, 103. Sims. 0 and 3; Pain
killer, 103, Xelson. 12 and 3; IWlie
d'Or. H1. Jones. 7 10 straight: Lam,
tine, IM), Ilidme. 8 and 3. Mabel, W.
Hy. I and 0 .1. Dover, t7, Woodson, 15
Thi rue Hello d'Or was heavily
locked for thl race, but she wu never
in It, ami only at one time bad a possi
bility of winning Mabel, the second
favorite, won In the stretch, thanks In
It)-' excellent riding. At the start
Itover aad Painkiller got off on
tun terms, hut at the hair
tbe latter was leading Wtterm
by a length, with Itelle d'Or
third and tbe others bunched. At the
three quarter pole Wattersoa ru laid
ng hy a length, Leooilne second awl
Painkiller third. They went lato the
stretch la this order, but Wtilttremt
could not stand the pace, and MsM
hot ahead just a they went under tk
wire, winning by a short head. Leoa.
tine waa third.
CKXEVIIVR W1H TUR BCOMD.
There was a long delny al the boH
caused by Howdy Hoy aad Mlf if,
GenevUve won. Syracuse sacoml awl
lARCHHOMT IX TBK TKIEB.
T Irchmont. irat; Siltaek,
secotul; Frank Ward, third.
Tbe following are the eairie ! tti
Fourth rare, t milt ho4" 9Um
Jru, ll-j. Ralljtiou, lvioJ, pir ew;
rifth rate. naadicai huidla. 11
Uerrub, 110; MtKenrie, IU; KJoWa. I
BaMaaio. lie. fcillafaar. VUIum aw!
eath, Zuirb4r. ISO; Sioowll. (: ISatu
maater, 138; Crey tiuwn, l Dur, tX
A Ha ThHMtlwit HS Wtf zml H
KIIUH Wj a Mak4 Kami,
Sllliiax. Ikd., i)cl 37 Jttnliy
aight dward lioutk west home ttmk
aad bag a to abuse bis wife, who wm
Hi ia bed. threaieaUg to kUl her with s
hatchet. "Whim he was staadlag oeer
the ted where ahe Uy f uur maaked am
entered the room, took him out aed.
with the same bauht-r. beat his helj
iolo a jelly, ttom. k d led yeierdy f roai
tbeHfecis of hi injuries Muchretl
yet known a to who did the deed- H
one saw the murder except ffoock'e
wife, who cannot describe the mea farf
accwately. The police are looibif hah
the nuuter. hut ha. made ao arrest.
attitui i mm urn
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Ik at 141 a., Iowa. Uct S7. 4ao j
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