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2a YEAR NO. 0,908.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOI5EK 2N, 1890.
PBIGE TWO 01NT&
t ooAtt wBATHBit runnoAsr.
J'nr Ihe JVffrirt of Cttnmbid. MttryffinA,
I irw in. Prnvnramn, Xnr Jrr
'iv nml I'rtawfirr, tltolttly warmer; fair
ttrnilin urttrrjgv infa
A GREAT many of you
are going home to vote,
and, of course, you will want
to be WEL -DRESSED
when you visit your old
If there is ANYTHING
In the line of READY
MADE Clothing that you
need there is no better place
in the country to procure it
than HERE, of US, where
you have all the LATEST
styles and most FASHION
ABLE fabrics to select from
and where the PRICES are
We especially call your
attention to our superb as
sortment of Medium and
single or double-breasted,
long, short or medium
length. Silk, Italian or Wool
Lining. Anything or every
thing in the Overcoat line
that is FASHION ABLE and
Robinson, Parker S. Co.
.N. U Corner ftetenlli ami l,Nli, ,V, V.
THE PRICE OF ICE GOES DOWN.
11' About Time, fur tVa Will lime
l'ienty or It Miurtlr.
liixcou. Me.. Oct. a. A big drop
In ilic price of Ice has occurred. Four
weeks ago men having lee here bold it
from $1 50 to -ft per ton. To day these
win hunt in vain for purchasers who
will take the same stock at $1 per too.
Hut while the Maine men have lost
muck by disappointment, the great bulk
of tlie big tee concerns are' actually
embarrassed, awl dealers a ad brokers
here say that many of then must go
A miliar) lluaril AiipalutMl,
In vkw of tke large number of
cliislikatloo and re appraisement eases
U-fine tbe Treasury DepMtnient,
t-urilary Window kaa appointed as
mulliur board of appraiseM to aid la
iiipo-lng of tbe aci-uuiulaled business.
In ueral Appraiser SlwrretU kas been
mcuiI from special duty as a weni
l . t i- f the origianl board and General
A praiser Skarpe baa bees reassigned
t' duty as a member of ike board.
Ilulldlus 1'ariulU ImuwI,
liullding permits kave keen granted
to Mr. O. Relekier, to erect a briek
tlwUiiog ob Fourteenth street soutkeast,
t . cot fci.uto, K. P. Berry, dweltta on
11 street northwest, Qeotasiown, tl,uuo:
I 1 Kenny, ?i Seveaik street north
wist ti. improve bis store frost at a
Vuur llut)iiaU' UlalM,
Kw marked ikang e kave been wade
in the styles of gloves tor wen's wear.
Tan skades kas won tke admiral ion
and retained tke pfefetence so Ion of
ill reat majority of tkeee wearing
gloves tkat any ttevialioa item, tkose
ol..r U frowned upon by faakkm
Mill, this autumn will see far tke beet
radis of glove slate skaief bid&ag
f . i f Askion's favor. Tke gees fir-.nu-
of the seaJB wlik yuung Use tot
.!..! wear will be tkegtoveof tak-cutec
kid ratker heavily dressed, and wilb
io..ra cut wttb raw edges.
lilUM Ml tMM f(l.
,ac.r wedding oteuired as Jiiiwia,,
h-xv tin other day. A muni wko
v .ot turougk tke form of a marriage
iwiiie yearn ago discovered upon i-
tatuaUng ike itcouU tkat no license
J. td I, co issued to tkeui. and a twoojpt
wcddiagindue form u lk ieiult.
M-iaki of tbt kind, boee do ot
. k ui verj often U weU cegKktfed ftwi-
y,n Sew York ctpfetfgt we bov
l tiUs." TkeytM vyaiwei witk
r .bl-i Ores aerlr two iockes thick
Sa.t . mposed of uiaoay Uycr of rubber
1 si u u degrees of spriolucu.
. t.A.ui4tug to murio.
ROMANTIC, EH ?
TWO STORIES ILLUSTRATING
criMD'S STRANGE PRANKS.
Fl) ED AFTER FOUR HOURS' COURTSHIP.
A PrMpsrmis Mill Owner Finis a
Gride Through Advertising,
THE LOYE THAT LEYELS ALL RANKS.
An Heiress of Binghamlon Who Adores
Her Coaehman And She Has
Beauty as Well a3 Wealth.
UitimiETOX. K. .T., Oct. 21. On
Sattirdny morning lat Francis Rrewslcr
Wllrox of Mlllvl.lo. N. J., and MIm
Itlft RIcnrds of IJrldgevlllo, Del., were
strangers. Four hours later they wore
man nnd wife. There is a tinge of ro
mance connected with the marriage of
Mr. Wilcox and Miss Rtcards which
shox-8 plainly what advertising will do.
and the result thereof. Mr. Wilcox
about a month ago thought he had been
living in a single stale long enough,
havlnc reached the age of 30 years, and
l.e concluded to not allow another
summer lo pass over his head without
having n partner to share his fortunes
Mr. Wilcox is a cripple, having been
sj from nn Infant, having an affection
of the spine. Rut for all this, It did
not hinder him from minding with the
fair tcx. as he Is of a jovial nnd kind
disposition, and seemed to rather take
with the ladles, but never found one
who wanted to sharo his future with
DBTKUMtNKl) TO KtNl) A WIFK
He did not believe In the old adage
that "nil signs fall in a dry time," and.
with the determination to find a wife,
struck upon the novel and oft-tried
plan of advcttUIng for one. Ills Idea
ot wife seeking proved successful. In
it matrimonial paper appeared the fol
lowing: A in kid If aged man ulaliet to correspond
llli nil imllmllcil nuniNr nf women.
Objwt, matrimony. I'liotogniplH ox
ilmiignl. Atlilri'M I'. . llrewstpr, Allll
vlll. X. ,i.
ANMVUIHTIin k AN V UIKSTXl'T KU.I..
Answers poured In to tho number of
seventy, and among them was one from
MIm Ida Rlcards of Sussex County. Ddl.
A neatly written epistle telling how she
would like to become the wife of rt
South Jersoynmn. and how she would
be perfectly willing to sharo the Ills
and luck of a man the remainder of her
da, was received. Hhe was 31 years
old, but did not think DO any too old to
jnairy a man, etc. This letter, with
two others, was picked from the budget
AT 1 AT JACK TO KAl'K.
Another mall came, and In it a letter
from Miss Rlcards. Correspondence
was kept up between these tivo and
photographs exchanged. Three weeks'
correspondence brought the two per
sobs face to face at the Rldgway House,
Philadelphia, and in the ladles' wait
ing room, on the second story of the
Rldgway House, their courting began,
ami, after four hours' courtship, botu
being satlsrkd. tbe twain boarded a
ferryboat ami went ovti to Camden and
sought the presence of Rev. Charles I.
May hew, who made them man and
WITH WIIKT.Y ISSTIXfTs.
Returning to Philadelphia a few
purchases were made, and the couple
came to Iirldgetou and stopped all night
at the Hotel Cumberland. Ruadty
morning Mr. Wilcox took his bride over
to Millville and introduced her to his
mother, who bail been kept in Ignorance
of bis doings. His mother, oa receiving
her new daughter In law, Intermingled
tears with her joys, and welcomed Mrs.
Wilcox iuto her home.
Mr. Wilcox live with his mother in
Millville His father, who was Rev.
Julius Wilcox, is dead. He is engaged
in the inillins: business In Millville sud
has a wide circle of friends, whom ke
crtatly surprised, who wlsb him a happy
married life, so romantically begun.
Miss KicunU is the only child of a
widowed Htotker in Ilrtdgevilte, ujl
County, Delaware, ami will fail heir to
a fine 50ti acre fnrnt.
I.OYKD TUB COACHMAN.
AY HEll mwm XAVY SI ITOKa X
.irrims a cwsvAvr.
Xkw Vest. Oct. . A special to
tke JltrtiU iwm Klstdra says: Fort
HkkbswMi is a charming Utile suburb
g Wlnghamfcosi, ad kt wHinl foe Hb
wasy ckaiwing young ladies. I'roud
Bestt iwrg tktfsn for svefnl yeftrs wet e
tke tkMw daugklers of Mr. awi Mn.
One of tkeus, 11 las UUAt Pkeips. kas
fallen a victim to tke wiles of fickle
I Dknowu to tke fantily tkere spraaj:
up an tlckunt between tke young
lady mi ker fatker's (.onckaaas, WU
buu Slatierly , that was soon fanned into
a inrsw of luv, and tkey were pHgttted
lovtrs ere tke parents of tke young lady
wee aware of Ike existing stale of af
fair. All efforts to tkwsjrt tk wiskesof bee
kart wesir oif isu avali, awl ake tBn4ri w&
eWort to conceal ker love awl bsiaiua
tkm Un tke ktj)j vouik.
Hnding tbal all eforts to :kang
tke uiiua of tke dtwninal usl uk
yfektbsg vkUw of C'upkl's wties were
positively itsylfrts ike wtiaef wn woa
ovtr, ana is ov In perfect kuwony
wMk ker dsAtfiklgr.
Kut so w its tke fntket and steffi
Tkey aje skrfcfl biyfBs etweasiun.
Tke lacker nnd MiM Kmis kne cuitea
to New ork to avoid uelag pamwt at
lit ccreiuonv. wkkk is to occui in a
few tMsya. 1'ke yoriMtest aislr kas niS0
yteg tlk relativts.
Tke vaotkej, kotsrever, rerttaJbSA nl
kutue wllb tke dajUEktor, 4id vry
Mfpsilily k)oks unoft a is sa njfair ksA
belongs exclusively to tke yomg Udy,
and ss ike k an Vtti'ftst in kef tKVk
will and ensure, especUUly l mUtux
inat interest tke f utujee kapulaaa of
Uim l'Uclus is a social belle sod one
oi the wealthiest vuusuj ladle la ike
I ' tlijiili.
Ptatfr. She Is a niece of the late .fnda;c
Phelps, ami hn a cool $HW.01W In ensh
that was left to her by her deeensetl
relative. She Is a lorely wownii in all
tmtt the won! Implies.
"JIM, THE PENMAN."
Tlio Jlernlcntlon or Ilrochton'n rorisfr
Oonllnnvn In Ormv r.itreer.
Rrocktox, Mass , Oct. IS. Tke C.
W. Robinson forgery case cont'nuei to
occupy the attention of financial circles
hereabouts, ami as Hie news of the de
falcation becomes betier known the ex
tent of Robinson's wrong doing grow
It was learned lo-day that the Ran
dolph National Rank held notes for
$8,n00, pretended to have been made by
S. P. Howard ife Co., and having the
indorsement of the firm. Rohlnwn,
nieding thl note as collateral, forged
thepcisontd note of Henry I.. Rryant
of this city.
It Is also learned that $5,000 in
forgid notes are held by Ronton partle.
This morning S P. Howard of the'
mm telegraphed I'ernell V Hae
inann of the Consolidated V.x
chanpo, New York, who have done
business with S. P. Howard & Co.,
asking how the firm's account stood,
and was informed that Mr. Robinson
was at their place of business last
Saturday and closed the account.
Air. Pcrnell said ho would write at
once, giving a detailed account of the
settlement, it la not known how much
money was paid lo Robinson. About
ten days ago Robinson pressed matters
hard for n loan of $10,000 from the
Arlington National Rank, ledvlne the
signature of II. h. Rryant. S. P. How
ard and I'., doldthwalte, but was refused
ns hcadmlttcd that he wanted the money
lo put In a bucket-shop.
Ills police court nccounts are receiv
ing close attention, hut as matters nic so
mixed it will be several days lwforcany
final statement can be made. Although
there has been nlargc amount of business
conducted at this court for the past six
months, Robinson's cash lnok does not
show any entries since last March.
Comptroller of Accounts 13. U.
I.orlng of lloslon was here
to day and hastily looked
over the papers. He pave It ns his
opinion that the city of Rrockton will
loco finite nn amount. Kb settlement his
been made with the city since Robinson
took the position of clerk of the
court six years ago, although he paid
In K-vcral accounts each year. The
first year the account aggreeated $13,000,
but elnro then the amounts have been
growing smaller, until lntyear. when
It was his than one half that sum.
MISS MARLOWE'S ILLNESS.
Tliu Actrenn' I'.leml Anxlout (Ivor
Piiu,iKMniA, Oct. SS. The pop
ular young actress. Miss Julia Marlowe,
is dangerously ill at the home of
Colonel A. K. McClure In this city.
She Is suiTering fiom a combination of
ailments, the elder of which is nervous
prostration. A week ago last nl,'ht
Miss Marlowe spralued the tendons of
her foot while playing JUtttrire in
"Much Ado About Nothing." The
sprain did not pain her very much on
'1 uosdiiy, and early that mornlnir she
spent the day shopping In New York.
She returned nn the (1.30 train and
played tttatru-t in the cveulmr.
On Wednesday evening the hurt had
grown so painful that au apology was
made before the performance for any
possible shortcomings. Miss Marlowe
played VitrthtnUt In "higomar" on
Thursday night, and limped badly while
off the stage. On Friday night the pain
was so meat that the young actress could
hardly get through the part. lr.
Getchcll, who is her physician, watched
her from the wings. She complained
of Illness aside from the pain of tbe
sprain. Dr. Getchell ordered her to
stop playing, ami wrote ami posted a
notice in the stage room to tbe etlect
that no performance would be given on
Yesterday tbe condition of Miss Mar
iowe was such as to seriously alarm her
friends. There were present symptoms
of tyuboid, malarial fever or cereUro
spinal uicnlagiiis. Tke doctors have
sot yet been able to agree upon tke
t'sct nature of the ailment. Miss
Marlowe is lying in a darkened room in
tke care of two professional nurses.
No one Is allowed to enter tke room but
tke pkysle'ans sad nurses.
Ittuluulujf l-lie-Stmik KwtiM.
CuiiAt-o, Oct. 2-Tke Alton will
give notice to day of a reduction in
iitt-stoek rates to Ife cents, Missouri
IHvtr to Chicago. Tke reduction will
be wade in conformity- with tke de
ilslon of tke Interstate Coninseree Coiu
ittUsion tkat tke rain on lire kog
skfcuid not be higher tkan on the dressed
product. This action foretells tke re
sult of tke meeting of tke freight men
wktek is to ke kehl to-day.
Full Uiatboarrf awl IV a )rwiMti,
Pom Iiinujs, Man , Oct. 2t). W.
A. Kane, wale of tke steam barge,
Sckoolcraft, fell orer board awl was
drowned yesterdsy one wile outside tke
canal an Lake St. Clair. Every efioft
wns wnde to rescue kiw, imt k tsnlt
before tke small boat could get to kits.
iin was unmarried and kis komsr was in
MiKs.surot.is, Jlisn,., Oft SS. Tke
will ke s ktrabskt out Deuux-rMte paper.
tkn conisoi o tkn sksn-t kavtsuf Bsnsmi
into tke bands of Vinu&L'k Br otken,
aided by s few wealtky IVwocrats.
UnJ kLJjii s k M M in rffftal
Xisu-KKA, Most.. Ovt. . Pascaki
lutians wko kttve been on trial In
M1ss)if)a tor tk murder of tnxen vkMn
Bj?FffiBfitffiw.. wefii yeslfSjainy cfinYiirsttti
sjiiil aenjtfnffjij o ke kanjew ss&enske
fftfA sSbn sassns sinttst.
Ktw Onucsks. oi 8n.-Yeitoiity
iifisrsaMm tke uulioe aaesisd J. F, Fan-
bier of l&fieviUtt. IS., on a rkartrn at
ensktrMttME !. Kw stogn
Tn MAif, ii..Oci. 9s. Mw
feasof tdfly. cJcnn uf tke fat-uUy of tke
Uoivewity of CUaclnnail, kas a.cptod
tke presidency of tke 1W i'ol v lei liaic
tVKivi ot this city
CAtLIKC ON THS PRESIDENT.
HfHtrnor 0Mpr IVantsllin BturftMillne
Vl IlrlvcR Out of CJnlornlln.
Dfxfun, Cot , Oct. 98. Oovernor
Cooper last night received ureent ip
peels by wire from Gletiwood springs,
asking that he take some steps to hive
the I res dtlrn out of Coiomio to their
rHimiton In I'tah. He a' on e dls
patched the folio win? telegram to
Tnlhr T;r'rlenr, tlmntfif Mantf-m, Winh-
tro'w, f, C.
ItfllKhli- i vices are lftns rereivM hr
me that t'te Irnllun from Clrttsa and L'a'
ropsbirre sgfw les sit oft their reservatloni
In Isra-e nnrfirntrs amt rtmrmtttlng deprwU
Hfins In tbp western psrt of KoitU Crmnty,
thin State. Asttefrom damsgelo private
projetty Interests ami slanghter of game,
lhlr presenee Is a ponUnt menace to our
penplp, nl sertou cotweqnenws are li le
ffared from Ibe present temper of the set
tlers. The esse Is an nrartit one, ami I
esrneMly reottest Immediate artton for the
protertlon of clttsem ami tbe prompt re
turn nf the Indian to their reservation.
The men who have wired to the
Gnvitnor ae heavy cattle owners.
They tode forty or fitly miles to
MeeKer lo reach a postofilce. The ter
ritory Invaded by the Indians Is In the
western part of Routt County and as
Isolated as any in Ihe country.
THE SEASON WILL OPEN AT CAPITOL
PARK NEXT FRIDAY.
University or Vlrclnln nml Unlversllj-
af t'e niilTnla rnr 11m Clmiu-
lilnnnlilp or the Allilille
What will undoubtcilly prove one of
the 1 est contested games of fool-ball
that has ever taken place in this
vicinity, will occur next Friday after
noon at -1:15 o'clock at Capitol Park,
between tho University of Virginia
and the University of Pennsylvania
elevens. AVhat lends additional attract
iveness to the game Is the fact that It Is
for thu championship of the Middle
Stalls, and, as neither team would non
sont lo play nn tho other's grounds, It
was ncccsary to decide upon some
neutral point, nnd, ns this city pos
it sted the advantage In being equi
distant from the two universities, It wai
The gieal interest taken In foot-bill
last season, when the munageri of fie
pieteot game showed their enterprUo
by bilnglog such learns as Princeton,
Johns Hopkins and the Naval Academy
here, and thus gave the sport-loving
public an opportunity to witness elevens
which It had been impossible t got
here before, bids Tatr to be duplicated
this fall. Already negotiations have
been entered Into witlt all tbe craek
college teams, and they will appear here
during the fall and winter.
Friday's gatne is the Initial one of the
series, and Tt will be doubly interesting
for lensons previously stated, and the
additional fact that the I'nlverslty of
Virginia has long had the representa
tive team of the South, and one that
has endeavored many a time to
measure suords against Yale, Harvard
ami Princeton, but has always been de
nied tbe opportunity. It compares
favorably with Princeton's champion
team, and an effort was made to bring
them together last fall, but the expense
was too great, even had not other con
siderations prevailed This will lie the
first meitlng of the Virginia team with
any uiember of the Inter Collegiate As
sociatlon, and will demonstrate what
Mud of rushers and tacklers the boys
are as compared with their more famous
Northern spheroid kickers.
The l'ulverlty of Pennsylvania
eleven belongs to tbe same association
as Yale, Harvard and Princeton and
thus far in the championship eontest
has made an admirable show lag. It is
the best team in its section awl has
long desired to settle the disputed
championship, but no opportunity
offered until the pteeent.
The arrangements for tke game are
muck wore perfect than were those
last year. The referee and umpire will
be wen thoroughly lersed in tke
UeUhtnH4 of tke gin, and this, of
itself, assures squjrv and fair sport.
pruflting by tke lesson of last year,
tke management has wiely decided to
plwe ik-kets on sale at tirentanu's,
white those who desire to avoid tke
crowds at tke ticket office can obtain
lit kits at the regular prices, 'fko ae
coniwoi'aiions for ladies will also be
heth r tkan last seuaan. Tke ground has
Um atteted so that tke playing bounds
will be nearer tke grand stand and in
lj iu r Iyht of tke spectators
itk colleges have numerous friends
in this city, and if tke weather is good
tkere will doubtless be tke largest crowd
present tkat m ever attended game in
?axk vTx mm.
MMie t'MMH im tke Wta-
Buhuokc, Oct. . Firn was dis
covered to St Francis' coknred sekool
yesterday sftnrnnon, and wksw ifcs etf of
fffftt wesw un tkirrc was a pimip ajMOJS2 tkn
30SJ puplUj In tke si-kool, ranging from
to 13 yam. KaUe Suutk. aged l,
Kteived fatal U lurins. Tke ore, wkkk
wns but a trixing sffalr. was ex
tinguisked and tke panic allay td.
Wuw m. kivE fw, ih . T
ii4tifsiih BttftfsiafiiriMrlistt' fHrihiigff
spsnnepipv "sssjin','ip w iwrr
htm of Ifcwu icbitt & Co. mm
fjgtA ji iljinlsti un itHitfe.TBuBflH isjFgr'
WSi,WM, It w Mtevvi tke Ua
s will reck W.Wtt. TknfaMisw
was tke rt'suii of bud twltectlons. w
kando wv tkrowo out of easjiioy uieni.
- - -.-
ytilml yknn HHts-
Ais'nsi. Tk.. ua. 3S.feu4ay. tnm
mUk ladov tuwtL on n cnSlitwi olanvi
th, for Mextcan awblew fell mil
otktr tkicv. fh$ mwkitiit ka
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AllAit ttf itl )nn
p -SSHtfna f tMMPBPw
Wutnil was nrrested kf ywkwjfjf w
a teWgtajM from Ukknsond, skis StaW.
ckarsring kuu witk brutally bvatia T
J. Btoust, a iruoate of the v...jj
Hkiunt died lat evinlng
Kai ij j.! Hi i - iij aiiuiut
Ml SORTS AND CONDITIONS OK
MEN 0RF.BT HIM.
FAILED TO PROTIGT EXGAYATI0M3.
Raid on "ReeptikMe" Qelond Girl?,
Who Baciped This Tinti,
A POLICY WRITER HAD THE WR0R6 ROW.
Minor Criminls Wh Wilt rVi Mila
Uised at the Expense f the Dis
trict fer Many Days.
OINctr Tramwoll had Mamie Harris
In Police Court to-day charjted with
having a revolver In her possession on
Jf street northwest. She was on some
man's trail who. she said, had run away
wllh some other woman, but declined to
give his nam to the ofllcer. Mamie
did not deny hut that she had the re
volver In her )osc8stnn. Judex Miller
made the fine $."i0 or ninety days In the
workhome. Olllccr Kenton also had
Mamie arraigned for agrancy. u
this charge his Honor made the ienalty
$20 or sixty days.
H.Vt) TIIKIII WIMI (.IIVTIKIKH.
John II. Price nnd ,f. It. MuCanna
both told the Judge that as the frosty
wcalhrr was coming on they would
like to go to the farm. Ills Honor
thought they were ovcr-anxlous to be
cared for at the rupensc of the city,
but ns the olllccr? declared that they
were Idle and dissolute persons, they
wuo both sent down for sixty days.
who r.vii) kou it
Three colored elrls tesllfled that they
had obtained drinks of liquor at John
Long's, formerly Mrs. Sweeny's place,
nt Hill First street southwest. Neither
one of idem could siy that Ihe liquor
had been paid for. and ns there was no
other evidence Judne Miller dismissed
DKSEIU r.III.V FINRt).
Thomas Fitzgerald pleaded guilty to
selling liquor to minors at Ids store on
Thlid street southeast. He was lined
$ 10, the collateral he had put up.
I'llOTFI TtOX OK KT1 VTION
Andrew Gleason, the well known con
tractor, was secured of not having a
suitable protection about excavations
he Is making on K street, between
Nottli Cspltol and First streets. Mr.
(i lessen and a number of others In
formed the court that they compiled
wllh Ihe law In constructing femes and
had more lights than necessary exposed.
Oltkers Riley ami Smith explained that
they wanted to ascertain whether the
contractors were complying with the
law or not. .iimge .Miner ssiii that it
was very Important that these excava
tions should be protected. Under the
circumstances he would dlimlss the
IOI ICY W niTElt IN TBOrilt.K.
James Small wood did not belong to
the proper policy combination. He came
Into court to day unprotected by a
corporation attorney. He hail no one
to ask about his books, his rows ami his
policy paraphernalia. An oltleer told
how he split tbe nickel "gig" ami al
low ed a "straddle" for tke same ootn
ltion. He was required to furnish
a $:a)U bond, but he could not furnish
it and had to go to jail.
(IVK.V IN'-TICKH (HA.VE.
Arthur Ilureess was before his
Honor again today. Officer Katoni
wauled to "vag hint ami told now he
indulged In Sriulbb's mixture in un
reasonable quantities, ami that he
loa'ed about drug stores on the ave
"When did you get out of tke work
house ?" asked tbe Judge.
"Yesterday morning, sir."
"This is making a case a little too
previous, I should tkink. Mr. Officer,
do you know of any criminal net tkat
this man has committed since ke came
front tke farm " said ihe Judge.
sKo, sir, but be was in good condi
tion for it, and tow been to tke peni
tentiary." Take kis personal bond and give bun
WHY btSlKMK . l l-KSJEl.
l.i uie Nichols and Catherine Skfeeve.
two colored gifts, heretofore looked
ufi as respectable, wko live in How
ard Town, tntne to tke city last night
with a newly wade acquaintance. Tkey
wi re ckarged with a disturbance in
WntsteUuk's alley. Judge MUkr
iitpostd a one of oeath, buttkeir
friends subsequently came to court and
dtwocstiateti tkat tkey were both work
ing girls. A suspension of sentence was
MS. WEST IMJWS, S.K tBTUKLtsa.
A decrepit old man, wko kad evi
dently btn indulging in liquor too
fety . stood in tke dock nt inn Kirtt
Precinct tkis nsotntng i barged with
ft Is a sfesmie to send tkis ntnn to j
workkouse, but 1 believe Ikat conskief
Ina kis iwesent condition it in ckatit
able saw.' ' saM kis Honor, in Imposing
n fts of & of sUty days,
a AniKt.TO-N wrtsnfc. t.vv.
frank Wade, tke keeps of a pie nnd
wlik slot at Use corner of Klftk and N
ftirenss noitikwest, was tried log stHting
liquor wttkout a lkns. Otsna WH
linius found nmn drinking in Ike place
wsttfed tkat tky got hm tkert.
You me, your Honor." snkt ke tsst
w&tMftn. "wn went inso ttst ak,oti anul
sani akn kna no milk, kui wouki snl up
lbs beisv tnatmsd, and it was poured oijt
i$ sBiall glassscs''
PW!r Wnr'n Br-sr flP
tktrcwassw proof to ik; quauttiy
sold, snd 4iki tkat tkeie w.vre ooa
luiuiy kind of glasses used- all tJb way
fKna a wy u boot ing, nnd tke IU
uitt bad not sswwa wkat slit ifU-t, ,
Judg Mttkf ki4 ikt n cse In A
j..-- ui.ini: tu uoi.y i-usit.
I.4i nijik about l 'cluck Sergeant
teketejs anA n posst, if ofeper fssiin n
tltst f teci&ct made rid up tke ec
cupnnls in tkn muggg o i kosnnaon
lubding. Ko. til 6 stteit north,weL
In tbe loosns were found Annie l.i wU,
Hckn Andetaon Ms.U.1 .luut,
I'lurcOve HUibil! li . ."-iuj"
i U 1) I 1 .i i .-U.it! la -
I heir male compaofrwi. Thy were
all well; drewwrl and respectaMc
arr'Ir" nl srtlng colored girls, and
wtte IwltMl rip in tn matron's room in
tli station orer night. In court thl
after rrocn thev were reprewntcd by
Mifors. Jowp Sttiillngtott and (leners
Carringtoti. I.tetttenant Amt ami
Omrers Ceiner and Halter were called
to the stsmt. but they were unable In
lve any evidence toshowihat Iht irlrls
who had been charted with vaprancy
were gnllty. They had hafd
0tWr jwople say that tk building
hud a 1m 1 reputation, ami tbal ihe no
enpant of the rooms solicited pToliln
Hon In the vicinity of the Patent Office.
Iiktitenant Ami produced an anrmy
irmus letter complaining nf tlte condnct
of therrcupants of tire building, and
said lhat he knew that several of the
defendants had at times lived in the
"la this all Ihe evidence you have'-"
said Judge Miller "If .o. It seems to
me that the raid has hern carried a
little too far. There Is notlilnc to show
any disorderly conduct there."
"Since I have lieen lieutenant of this
precinct my attention has very fre
quently lieen called to Ihe character of
the people in this bulldtns:, awl I have
spoken to Pitney A Ilradfrml, the
agents, atmut It," said Lieutenant
For want of evidence Judge Miller
dismissed the defendants, but gave
them to Umlerstaml that they wouhl
have to leave that locality, as "did al-o
VtXKtl THE llKRIl,
Henry Coppertlte, a Georgetown
linker, was finetl f" for an assault uiwn
(tiorge Jaeger, a Knight of Labor man.
Jaeeerwent Into Copperllle's store to
see a fellow worklngman when he was
ottlered out of the place by Coppertlte,
who Is not very much In love with the
organisation. Jaeger claims that he
was hit In the hend, also kicked in the
groin. Coppertlte Is quite an excitable
man and demnnstated It thoroughly In
court. Judge Miller said there had been
a slight olTene and lined him accord
ingly. INDUSTRIAL PARALYSIS.
Kllcct or lllc NtrlUe In Aiutrnthl
Sax Ftimi-co, Oct. 8. Tin b'g
sttlke of the maritime trades hss prac
tically paralyzed the sheep and coal In
dustries In Australia, and though cable
advices .say It Is settled, the c doules
will not recover from its effects In miny
months. Australian papers received
by yesterday's mall print ptgos of re
ports every day of meetings and riots
The government was not strong enoujh
to enforce the law and frequent riot
have c curred. The strike has alTcitiil
all trade and hard timet are predicted
this winter. Over lmi.iKH) men in all
were eti strike.
CHARGED WITH FORGERY.
A New Yolk Drummer Who Ui"ed tits
Slim)- ot III firm.
New Yomk. Oct. 28. James C. Levy,
a drummer for M. Clould's Sons of 1U1
Duane street, was arrested this morning
ami arrslgned at the Tombs Police
Court, ckatged with forgery to the
amount of fl.000.
The tirm cbarees that while on the
road Levy collected money from various
Arms ciue his employers, and when
checks were given him he forged the
indorsement of tbe firm and appro
piiated the money u his own use. Levy
in his defense claims be had full
authority to Indorse the checks.
theTight was turnFd oh.
i'HtljHr A cu.rr. llvt lull far Their
Appenrance In Court.
lIiHitisiitrnt. lA..Oet. A Phila
delphia constable this morning served
warrants in the criminal libel suit of
ex-Governor Paulson against W. P.
Jordan, proprietor, ami J. J. McLaurln.
editor of tke Miruing Cat' of this city,
llotk defendants waived a bearing ami
gave ball in tbe sunt of $1,500 for their
appearance at the (Quarter Sessions
Court in Philsdelpkls. The security
was furnished by Colonel W. P. Smull.
WIPED SOT BYFIRE.
'Hi Tuh tr AUKlBr. !'(.. Y.i T
all IJiM.tre4r iMltfrilM'.
Pmsiiim., Pa . tkt. S Andover,
a town with a population of about
1 ..MrO, located on tke Oil City branch of
he Lake Shore A Jlii'Uigan Southern
Railroad, was wiped out by dm yeatnr
dsy. About twenty buikifngs, Includ
ing tke town kail and post office, were
burned. Temporary relief kns been
given tke inhabitants Los. ftOOOO,
pstiiy well covered bv insurance.
JCew Yosk, Ovt. . Tke Church of
tke Stranger was beautifully decorated
to-day, tke occasion being tkat of tke
wedding of Hiss Francos Vaaderbilt
Crawford, a netee of tke late Comsao
dore YanderUlt. and J. Frederick Tal
cott, wkk-k take pli e at I o'clock
The itrtttkony will be iwrforaaed by
Kiev Charles Jciuis. To morrow tkey
will sail foe Kuropc.
Wu w ii ski., Wi ttet. $. Tkn
nuiftlng kist nktlst anrl elncsisi tkne
oMeis Ckarles M. tiipts. pseaiiknl. J.
treasurer. There l a genvwl belief
tkat tlw lllauU team will be in tke
Awerksn Assiviation next year.
(txiiiSATi. Owl. .'4 pttun of
sjw nfc flps44 flB'ss ww vF n'r 1 W
mm Mwwg Company, la Newport,
? srnin. tailing a kss ot about ,-
vsW nypf5SisAsTnw(rsP " Wf-ft
Hmmioi m. lu,. , fct a,-Tkss tts
net fantUy of tkls iity bm kesm sorv'Iy
Urukcu wWk Wl.ijt'Ht typko4 &.
H. 1 Hiiir. a ikxtkinis wncckust.
jvi cU'sdy , WWnw F, died few
dns , njal two itiwtr bioAjrs and a
ckM aw sfijpe.uly ill
. t kcwiui.' w tuorivw. j
Hi no S. l..iMt. .Woiairy jw
Uicday sjwounced to withdrawal troni !
tke Capltnl coiEt Tkk. kav es ilutou
a.utl l'Urrc tbi i alclA(it-- l.-i tbi
; .u.alKUt t'lj-ill.li
A SWCTC SWIJfBLC.
A Xew Vnrlifr Aceiwrt nt lf rMtmtfne
a tSermnn nf $IB,fht
MomMm., Oct V. Hans lfemken,
the son of a wealthy German, act uses
Kmil SI ay ton of New Virk with
swindling Him out of nearly $ro,W).
SlayUra ha a brother in Hamburg tall
ing himself Joanne Schemlscne, wko
knew llemken, and knew that the latter
wanted to engaee In bu-lness is the
United fiatt Joannes, It Is mtd, gave
him Station's name as a man who was
an.xrons for a partner. Hctnketi cattre
to America with, he claims, nboat
$l.Vi,Ooo This he put Into the fancy
goods, glove, htir a Ante ami ItOtiolH
itislnrs with Slayton is Jfew ork. A
branch store wnt cqienwl in Chicago
under the management of a man named
Khin, ami another here In charge of
Theorlore Slayton, a brother of Kmll.
While llemken was off on a trip to
Orrmany to buy gomt, It is alleged
that the Chlcaau ami Montreal houses
liegnn treelvlng numerous consienments
of goods from New York, which were
convened Into rh When llemken
got back he found the business all tan
gled up and Slayton aprmrenty unable to
straighten It mil nr gtve any explana
tion, lieconsulti-d a lawyer of New
York, and thty came here and sued out
an attachment on the Montreal branch,
ami discovered evidence in the safe, it
is claimed, that large sums of money
w cie liclng sent reeularl v to fchemlsclie.
Theodore .Slsylon and his partner, a
man named Tabb. were arrested charged
with Intent todefraud.
Hemken returned lo New York Hun
day to have Kmll Slajton arrested,
but a dispatch from htm jesteniay says
Slayton lies disappeared. "
An llxtireM Train Itun Into n l'nrty
nf Itililce IVorkero.
Xkw H.mkx, Cons . Oct. as. It Is
rttmortd that one of the expresi trains
over the Shore Line division of the
NewYotk and New Haven ltallrml
struck a party of men at work on a
bridge near Lyme to dn and that two
of the civil engineers In the employ of
the road were killed.
MURDERED BY INDIANS.
A .Mlolnc Jliiti M'Iiiikk Ilrnlli l
trllititril li Thler Ilic Soiicr.
Fl'OKAMt P.M.t.a, W.tStl , Oft. 2l.
DlsiKitches from Wilbur, in the lilg
Hend country, retrt the murder of S.
. Cole, a freighter, by Colvlllo
Indians. Cole lelt Cummlngs' Ferry
Saturday. October 11. on Ids return
from Wilbur, and has not since been
II is bloodstained wagon and hobbled
horses were found, but persistent search
has fulled to find the missing man. He
has considerable money, ami loaf
ing Indians saw him receive It.
The whole country is being
scoured, and a call has been made on
Agent Cole for tbe surrender of sus
pected Indians. The settlers are fully
around, and, unless the agent takes
prompt action, trouble is feared.
PLAYED WITH THE REVOLVER.
Ilnw n l'Ucman In CIiIoeo I'mIhII;
Wcuiiilril ;t hwitolimnn.
CnicAt.o, Oct. 9s. John llerrigen, n
flagman at Twenty fifth street and
Stewart avenue, was shot nnd fatally
wounded last night by August Montlc,
a awitcurrwa. iterrigen wa sitting In
his shanty about t o'clock playing with
a revolver ami trying to discharge it.
Imt it would not explode. Monlie came
In nnd taking tbe revolver snapped it
playfully at llerrigen. It exploded and
the ball tore a hole In llerrlgen's neck.
Tbe carotid artery was severed and tke
bullet took a downward Course, lodging
near the spine.
ADMITS Ml ClIXt
Sir. Ilearlck t'sBfiMMi It, lint lug
I'uIiomwI lr lliwnaail.
Aooeotfc.BT. . !.. Oft. 28. Mrs.
Itearlck. tbe prisoner ckarged with
fduisoning her kusband, maile a full
confession yesterday She had a quar
rel wllh ker husband and deliberately
put him out of the way. n put tke
strxeknine in some medicine ke was
taking, and quietly gave hint tke dose
tkat isimd his death in a few hours.
Now she t ays sue regrets tke act. tike
was maddened by tke fact tkat ker 1st
husband frequently twitted ker on ke
Ml SIWS FOt Mt&IDifst
tt Milt Ttteio yl4kte tst Hny
'FJlr WIvm !ai4kHu.
't.w V4M, Oct. 31 Tke trlhttm
says tke annual sale of sealskins held
yesterday in London skewed an advance
uf from 5t to 1UO per cent, over tke
tutors of Uut year. As tkia sale deter
iuin tke market fer tke neat twelve
nuatks, tkose wh desire to luxuriate in
sealskins tkis winter wuat pay welt for
tke privilege. Leading fur dealers in
tkis city said 'turdy tkat tke advance
was aowetki unprecedented, and at
irlbuttd it to tin wU catch of sel
tasw ! Twn Tssms.
Chh xi o, Of.-. . Captain CoimU-
kiy has decided tu take two hnsebaU
leave here to morrow. He will tptia
Tbi; U:in U1 play tjugk Color io,
I tk. Oregon aid Wasktaston- Then
M s,tndt) stay ibcy through Ti-V4
and ubfbacd in i. i-ouk about Ja
Steiciffa mA SrwiiiiBfBi latlla,nleif
Wa In i i' i - -Si.jhu B
lii-iris. e. t 'Lt n. .t 1 1 u.-.liqi mis.
In Uda ci .u v jlU iA.lt.i 1 ,
licau. can,in. li l .1 j.-u.'.y .
Wkibg ,' i' ..i,- . i. j, .o',. i
Be vasitt ii&r oi ji' n.M toe jhhh
j tars l.a4. ba t-ei-n Wk-ted with, a
canter and tlU 'i i idui ti mat
I'tust'tlal tivtiML n- iltitu.t 1. uu
4,l.l,Jilji ,li ! Ukl Ui- OAU !i!v
a ignnslssaw sniisswtsu&
Qfjy wUo akoi siti feMHto? Jansea Ww
ui). superintendent of Mwsvurrtftsi
Buiuta, hA swriudiitd to tbv Mvvk-an
poln . ic J be t- htM at s. aoa for e
H Jill! uli
PAST THE JUDGE
WHAT THE FIVERS ARP, DOWl
AT THE BEMIM TRACK.
IELLW00D SECURES THE FIRST mi
M Mmk Is Far (awl ml M
Ike Vtrdicl in tht toml,
HELEN tm ggTf THE THIRD Httl.
A Splrtsid Ctti ef Six Irsiif Tl-Diy.
Sncifi Oal it ftm i Sm fas
The bright, sunshiny Weather to d ty
had the effect of attracting tke Urgst
crowd of the meeting to Itenning. And
whtn, in addition to the excellent
wtalher. one has such it good pro
gramme presented for his or her delec
tation, It Is not to be w-onderwl at tint
there n as such a big crowd present.
The gentlemen's steeplechase hid
the tITcct of attracting a large nttmter
of society people to the track. The
Washington owners last night decided
to enter their horses, and as the Iocs!
hunters are well known they had an
abundance of friends to congratulate or
condole with them over their victory or
Aside from this race, which was an
excellent one, there were five o'ber
events on the card for decision. The
liook-makers were hapny over the woe
ful dumping the public got yesterday,
while the dumped public had blond In
Its eye and was out In force to give the
bookies a taste nf their own medicine.
Strange, how some people never knnw
when they have enough.
The weather and the racing was all
that could be desired, and the memltcr-i
of the Jockey Club hat e reason lo on
giaiulale themselves upon the favorable
condition under which they have
successfully conducted the present
Following is a aumman of the day:
nrat.woob wish the shut.
First nee, three quarters of a wile.
John M.. si. King, 'JO ami m, iMismi.
N, Hill, T 2 and 1. ltellwood, 113, Tit
lor, 7 I and 1 S. Ofallce, 10. ?tovat. ii
ami .1; Pllence. 1(M, Kay. 15 and . St
John. Hi. Sims, 20 ami ?; Tinner, 11 i.
Tarsi, !i . and :t 5.
3f rare Ikllwood and Tanner wen
hot favorites, and tbe public could -
nothing else. The former got the Iwit
of tbe start, with lkllevue at kts tl inks
and the others bunched. At thi
half-mile post Pt. John led by a
length, SIU nrc second and ISellwot
third. They west In Ihts order armml
the lure, and nt the bead of tbe am-u )i
Taj lor num-d IJellwood up t..
second place, a length tab I a 1
Pllicce. St. John bl sh it
his bolt and fallen back, while Tanner
and Ikllevuv ramu through tke ruck.
tinder tke whip. Ilellwo.nl nttisbed
tke easiest of winners, and Tuaser
cared tbe place from Ik-llevue. Time.
SOXMCt'S. WIS Till SKTOJtlt.
Second race, one and one-sit teen t'i
miles. Fosnedf, 115, Taylor, b '
King llMm, I1.V Stoval.S. liu.teevt.
U,l, Tsral, 7 lu no place betting.
Tht w Only three horses were en
tered in tbe second race, llusteed. Fox
mede and King Ilazern, and the punUi
qulckly establtskeii tbe former as f.iv
write, though tkere was a strong
tip out on Fxmede. Dusteed gr
away nt tke start and passing the stan 1
was leading by a length, shewl of King
Uaien, Taylor then let Fosmede out
and at tke quarter kd tuv
lead by a lengtk. tbe others
neck and neck Around tke lower tui a
n blanket would have covered tkem
and, at tke kalf. Busteed took tke lev!
l a head, ami tkey alternated in tbU
order until at tke bead f
tke stretch FoAtnede was only
kalf a bead to tke better. ll.lk Taylor
and Tsral were w hipping like tieniU
passing tke pool Uwo, butRuatee.1
could not wale it, nnd Fosntnde tin
ished nrst.kslf a lenftk akead of B -teed.
Time, 1 M
UthKS noer. WINS rUETHlKU.
Third race, three tuartr of asniU?. -BkWy
Ifle, 1W, By. 15 anl "
Maty Stone. W, Taylor, T 5 stratghj,
Virgie, im, Wm, 1 Ml .'
Alma II. ity, 110. Stovaj, tt and t
Mascot silly, Mtt. HUl. i and 4. He'e i
Ur.st". Ho, Msynard. lsiraijdst-
TH tw irgie got aw air Ui tke lead
followed by iWJdy Uoyie, the
others well buotttcd. Passing tbu
kaif. WSdy itojle led a
kngtk and Hary Stone
setond, Mascot rtliy third At tbc
thrw; iuarirs Mary Mwn M ly i
tengtk, with Doyle second an4 Ileleu
ito third Tkey came int
ik sttvuk in tke saui
iNrdee, when Uaynani began tiding aa l
took iieien Hose ftmt uidwt tke wire
by lentk. Virgie bent Middy Doy ,
for tke place. Ttae, t Vi
JHke foUosjrti? are tUu . - i tke
rcBMdninit i'V. .
fwtftl- . I uilt ., ' tLn
US Bra.'! n -. liiti i ". fef'4
S.'. Ji Uv 'till-, i (.
HUl. ... .puti;. -i i . .Ui
jsj4 i' i . t iBtfir 'i j ww
lion ' I i - -, lau, l.i; -. , , 11 .
KaJu , i'vuhi Ii. S ; nt.
Uikr l. ,l.. ,,JW Ciu-I.,1. tJw-
lil-1 4 . 1'lt , 110. l 'i j 10
i'liVi I' i 1 i IMHel!. 1
mhiIj i h )r's i i-i gi
At.Li ."' igtr 1 o 1 l",',
m.4 M K t
Teu lullu.il. jflom. in., .
Ai-i i , Oct .- aiu
I. -.. f, ..,
li ' i
i , u a I
i un -
, fatui l.i
UiM'il i -!
well l (.lead, tu" it.
A -., i u varivus fc ii
:r, tuatnlv of seal csnjSh
Xjffffiffffkl WdHsSSeftet JtaUSJUfc
ivt tie &trut f Ctivrnkm, ( '
X r.j, ,u, fotte 'i i'f i u, j ml, A'stt- i"
a I fV.Jfc i "''''. ' " .' ' -
Un " lie s