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PlilCJS TWO OEtfT&
23I YEAR NO. 6,00.3.
WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2(5, 1800.
.rQtLyMh -fw'm H I
T.OCAI, WISATI1RR I'OKHOAST.
For the Dittrirl of Os'wjMs, J8mfn
ntd Sirmmn, Nirth cdrolinn and S&mh
( tiIim fntr wr TVtrfrty mmi'; w,
rf 'tafvmarv trmprraturr on the Ctorth
a a al, northwetterljwindt.
TO COMBINE elegance
in wearing apparel
with economy in price has
always been our chief aim,
and ever since we started
in business it has been con
ceded that considering the
high standard oi our cloth
ing our prices were the low
est in the city.
You who have boys to
clothe know that the
LATEST and most ap
proved styles are always to
be found HERE and that
our fabrics and trimming
arc strictly first-class and
the workmanship the very
See our assortment of
nobby, stylish Neckwear tor
Men and Boys. All the
hading shapes. Puffs,
Tec s, Bows and Four-in-hands
in an endless variety
of shades, colors and combi
nations. B. Robinson k Co
909 PA. AVE. N. W.
a-35' Has Ugbt kmbdbbt will b eeea T M
ItOHItCHV iTrUNKSOWNO BAY) toe $
tuition loonier sad unaiplsisU anlr. Re
Irjm e through tUabtttwt door. aoret-U
Ilia Market will he
TL' KSDAY.JiOV. at, frame , at.
until f m.
w Binbsiy. kuy. .&
a id- until W p. m.
THURSDAY, WW. ST, ffflM I .
m luitu 0. m. w.
Br sakiac ea mats as east la
tb week butt , jIswsm and par-
Ei ery sueet ear Una i she ettrswasasta
l aziet In Ike BfoanrttMM aati UMlav
ii . nts or the ball Hags aed to the ansanal Mat
viiiityrftt protasis and laaolhM afar I
ti u f .t sal, the Cealse Market at hf swarf
re ad mil 11 u be Tatg HNsttT MAafnT
I n I UK WOULD. !'-
jT.TTO HO IT XAY COKC8SM:
iie (ii-j Ua jrrlrsiwhaa parsons wha
if8 lull mM-t !r lkf kMatVtraatdU.
Ii.. cit use offense when yoa raoeive our
r tues Lutlly..u are enable to mv so aad
r ake soiuo arrauseauta wish tnu vartr fan
we CvWdiJa aMUkawat
iut ut L protactloa lor oar ajar--!
j u .i.uiuitth.aelaat of aataoa who ean.
v. ill not, I their bUU.
JIkhij (ci.-ou wfco have fitted to stake
3i ..rraugcmtmt fur settling thalr WUsatte
.. j; bta (rupttrir aoliavd. wiU ba le
i.it.J to the aiseaeer of the atsiniaenlt'
"i:;.iuji frutetut lujoa iNtMCIBbaf 1 a lia
1 1 h a-AH.Uuua twbtace wntujl.-, L
t . lii v or and all utter burimiaiwi. IfaAiw
i Lk Uiutnbtr wUi aaii b Uat of
ijfe' I ictuu WW MM.IIW
i ffla taatai
ifitaTal tiaai fe
i all l strI
s Bt;.klajet tuat CoaJitJlor,
v .ii.uiouiYfa.atbajgbjfe tka MAiwt
u;.i go m bit hniff HoMm MMH0M1
iiiv rcn.v.tJ to i-'l lltb it ti w
QvSjiU fclai ll l JC .4
J3y IMrORTAST HOTtCK
ItSt tiw flfta ippiamA df pwwtw MThn? tri
Ute Btern ninl wtern wwttmia of tbAot-tr,
nrrawteiwent hirehewi bwhIb br wMeh Urty
n ptiy tblr gm WU, dnrtn tmaktag honn
NATIOKAt. OAriTAT, BANK
WBOT USD KATIOAL BAXrt.
mils paW aftr tbe !th at eneh month will
notlre etitlthwl to the illent of He per
1,0(0 eaHto lee t.
WASUIN8T0N OASLtflllT OOMrANT.
fTo niK runuc.
HttTlnr retired from the firm of EHlON?
A IIIIOWN, 1 tXonennro In Inforralnuray
friomM RtKl the xnibUo that I enn Ira found at
my office. 801 Tenth ftreet n.w., where lam
comlacttnc n reneral
HEAL BSTATE, LOAM and INSURANCE
Tromrt and nersonal attention siren toalt
matters tunced in my hands. Itospeetf ully,
, . .Wt Tenth street n. w.
Telephone Call 473 3. norll lm
In theo times of the apparent lno
curl yot many fccurltlei the shrewd
and conservative Investor l very apt
to tnrn to Life ln.uranoo n the best
of all safo Investments. Here are a
few of the advantage:
You pay !n small Installments.
Yon run no risks.
Von eel from t to 5 per cent, com
pound interest. Yoa seeuro pro t to
lion. Your heirs receive the amount of
your polloy should you tlla and you
tccetvo nearly as mneh attain as
you pay In should you live until It
You ntso reeolvo this money when
you may want It most In your declin
why hesitate about making rush a
oofe. sensible and profitable Invest
ment! You cannot d better with
yonrmonoy. Have your life Insured.
I3oVB8 A I lAir.,
The Equttahle Life Assurance Sootety.
novWItn 1MB K street n. w.
In Biullne eontraets for brickwork
rjoefti'ii AY. Colli vs,
MS Pitreet northwest, want to advise the
pwMlo that lie Is still eootraetlme for all
lromnt attention to work itaiMnled.
m uorW lm
K3r-BAltUKU A HOS.
Kle eath and Q streets.
Attcouoee the Follow! IUrxitM for
OXS WMEK ONLY:
Msjaer's Teaspoons , Me per set
Ordlaary I'rioe... tt.Kprst
JHsu Handle Carvers, tally enar-
aatesat St.W par pair
Ordinary pr lee J1.M per pair
Crown llt lea Maeblne HMmtah
Ordlaary ptlce Staaeh
Okl Metiabia Ciotbes wriacer Sl.laeaeN
Oar Km Ira 1.1 te of Setseors at M 1'er
Ccal Hods. MlaehsM 0o
Ofttlaary price to
Also a Full I.tue of (tea aad OU ?, VWt
Weal bar Strip-. riirnltHre llaadlas
aad Maehaaie' TtU.
HARWAHK AND CUTLKRY,
Opposite Itosvtaa DryQactU Hottse.
CIIA8. C. Dt'JfCANaoy.
Corner of Kiatb aad D streati arthwet.
Attend proaspliy to sahts of arary
Adraaces Made i Alt Salas Settle 1
Paraoaal Attaaltast Oivaa Saasa,
?or TtuuUsgtvliwf lMaiinr Hay Ike
-' - i I, i aaaaasaa r
ISA IX Ttt.
The SMuik SlurU4 qosw llawa lverl
l'ulutk atut Is Hull.
Ksw YottK. Xov. JJt. Jtossay laawkl
at -l2S in etu. EKesnaga attavly;
Mafd raisM, OHiViUSi; aeitMl rates.
tSIi6lj for aUty ay MMili
-JtsTJ for tkssuuMl.
QtwataisyHbi teaii ; ctureawf ft, 1 H
Ud, U, coujjoa, 181 bid, 4K do., 101
Taa alock nurket ojiwa frvcriak
aad loartr uadstr 'ie Oct arias; of aouw
of tiw Ut. aad Muut wa a naaetal da
etta of I to i at caws. Tha aellUg
coaliaued dtutam lava tire! ajf hour,
aad bf It) JO tlta futaswal UatwaaaB
i lo 1! ptr cett., while huu Uitt
tlwllaea 3 per ceat. Buck UUad
waa aa uxptioa aad cotuiauad oras,
la tha aalf aoiur ta 11 o'clock the
icUiag gave place to a tawp httylax.
uadtr which the early dtcllaM were
recovkicd aad aa advaacaof Ik) U per
Ottrisg ta hour to aooa h autfcet
wm t)ulat. hut atkaa foattamaii faat aad
HiH hlghar pruassa won laeoadssd la
ataay Inatarcwi. va 8aiejr Trout -uid
ii par eal. to thJt wtWag
taa asayhat to dull.
Tha aaay-oaaaf aad raalalfT divlB
loaa ct th City foatuaacts wlllba i.toaad
to ta vuUk lo-ajoriow.
CarrhKi' wiadowa at taaia office will
to of Iroa I to ? a. at-
A aViiiwy by cairlcw will he wide at
pBr1aitbTii8 lor ealUe city will bo bmw
slUa aad 5 p. .
Taa foUowiag saatsoas will be oaa to
th pubhV fo the uaaMfsjnn af biwtamea
toSam Kai Cu4toi U4oa, I to W
a .. 5 to T p. ta-. uwvwcetowa tUoa.
to w a- m.. o to 7 p. av , Sudo C ?
to 111 t- a.
Vmmm K. Yotiac ha haaa aai kd the
toatiart for iailliltog the OaMa la rear
of Fifth Prtcluct atatloa aad Klrhy &
Bio fur the etcctloa of a bchu.J houc
on 1' bueel, betwtea Nottb tVpltuI aid
Ikhiax Aornt ArroiTTRD. The
Prsrftlenl has appotntal Edward T.
Lamton nn Indian agent at Grand
Jin VanamakbrGok8 IIomr Post
master General Wanamftker left Wash
Ingtnn for Philadelphia this tfternoon
to ppeml ThnnksRlvlng D.iy.
Tub Prrsidrnt's Cai.lrrh Amonsj
the callus at the White House (o day
were Senator Cullom, fJenator Spiwner,
Secretary Tracy anil Speaker Heed.
Ei.BCTnic Plant at Norfolk
Ltentenant A. B. Wyckoff lias returned
to the Department from n visit to the
Norfolk Navy-Yard In regard to the
establishment there of An electric light
plant. Lieutenant WycKoft Is now en
icaced In preparing the specifications
for the work
ArrnovKt) nv Mn. Window The
Sectctary oi the Tretnury has npprov d
llio bill for the first ptyment on the
nrmorotl crutser No. 2, now In courst
of const uctlon at Cramp's yards In
Philadelphia The amount of the pay
ment Is $80,1(50, which Is Just one
thlrlleth of the cost of the vessel.
T iir Indian Scaur Nrahly Over.
A tolocrnm has been received by the
War Dipuiment from General
Brooke, stating that llio Cheyenne
Itlvcr Indians have discontinued their
war tlancts. Prom all other points re
poris of nn cncotiMRlng character are
being received, and serve to confirm
trio belief that the Indian troubles arc
fast nenrlngn pacific end.
Monni. Dr.conATtoNs Tho mo.lols
of tbo cruisers Baltimore, Charleston,
Maine and New York, which have
stood In llio corridor In front of the
ofllcc of the Secretary of tho Navy for
some months past, will bo missing
from their necustnmed place during the
next few days They were taken over
to tho Whllo House to day and will be
used among the decorations unm the
evening of the banquet to tho Brazilian
Navy DitrAitTMRNT Notes Pasicd
Assistant Surgeon Francis S. Nash has
rcslencd, to take effect November 211.
1HM. He has been ernnted leave of
alftcnco from the Petrel until that date.
Assistant Engineer William Sunn
Smith, retired, has been granted leave
t'f absence for two years with permis
sion to lenvo the United States.
The Navy Department has been In
fi'itiiid by t tie Commandant of the Kor
l tk Navy-Yard that tho Petrel has left
the rnvy yard to take In piwder.
Inhtiction ok Cath.k. A recent
bulletin Issued by the Department of
Agilculture state Hint during tho )ist
few days agents of the Bureau of Anl
inal Industry have Inspected for export
0,007 bead of cattle. The portit at
which the Inspections were made were
Boston, New York, Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Newport News,
the lanieet number being shipped
from Bi'Ston Each animal Is Mgned
before shipment, no that should the In
peclor on the other side find any anl
mat suffering from a contagious disease,
by means of Its tag It could bo traced by
the authorities here to the very herd
from which It orlnlnslly came, and ex
amination would then be made as to tha
condition of the other animals In the
herd. The destination of the cattle
thus Inspected were- Glasgow, tt'jtf head,
Liverpool, 3,807 head. London, l.atiD
head, Havre, V9S bead; Marseille, 599
IIuty Clkhk. The clerks la the
Departments are happy, for their
Thanksgiving holiday eomiHeaced early
In the day and they have this afternoon
all to thetBtelvee. At the Agricultural
ami Treasury Departments all work
was stopped at aooa aad will
not be resumed until Friday
mortdBg. The War. State ami
Navy Deparlments kept open until 1
o'clock, then they, too, were closed, and
the clerks laid aalie their peas with a
sigh of relief and west their ways re
joicing. A spirit of merrlaets hail per
vaded all the Departments djrlag the
woroiatr, nearly every oee wanting to
to tell his neighbor how lie eould have
a good time on the morrow, ami many
G oh er sweet sLootlag parlies will take a
run down in Ylrglau for a day's hunt
lag. aad all expect to enjoy the diy
thoroughly. The holiday of the em
ployes of the Bureau of Engraving aad
l'lletliig legan last night.
BsMtui nv YisiToaV II.wust. The
Board of Visitors to the United Siitas
Military Academy has submit tad to the
tateretary of War Its annual report 3 to
the needs of the academy. A number
Lfrf iMirovtuiaaU aad innovations are
leewMuaeatteu w uosoaet n lU'ja, tae
upetinteadeat o? the academy, aad la
r gird to apuoofiaUoas sas thai It
now near f ..O.tMM) of unexpended ap-priiiUliciu-
for bulhlinas aad rouad.
aad la view of this fact the
hoard do not urge uaoa Coagreas the
appropriation of the eatire amouat
tfSOl.017) kuggeated for the eomlag
Hscai J ear. The report stale that the
board fouad everythlag la a most satis
factory coeditioa as regards the muter
aad rations of the cadet. It is lecjos
weeded that each Senator be alloaed
to uoadaate for aduds-ioa to the aead
etay cast cadet each year. It it al
suggested that la the future e-aatiaa
tkis for adaiissioe Ue held la several of
! the larger cities the sasua day they are
held at West fotat. aad s-atugtm u
ucatioaved aawag othtr-.
Snxf, FUME. Professor if. K.
UoU of the tuaiailn IasiUutkMt
will preaeat to Congress oa is re
aasembUag a report oa the seal fur
iadufclry. la his report Professor Kt
Uott. U b uaiiwrstood, will leco-aawsvl
that the catch of fur seals at the Aar
kas loukerhM be m steaded foe a period
of sevea years. This period of iaac
tivity he coaaider aLaoIutely aecessary
for the pervatloa of the seals from
ubcc aaaihiiajUoa- -Lt the prpseat tiase
he estiaMtcs that thete ace oady
Itat.taai seal in Ataerteaa water.
The eoadiaucd depruda-tous upon thea.
by pbatet and otherwise has reduced
the aunobwr o tuuch that hwdly a
fjm-i aumber rrasaln toy htea9BHag
putBe- The utmost case ha eoa
siflf rt ar r siasii ry to pceaatva iha few
that itiuals, or the insgelliceat ladm
tty. ahtuh was pur cha-ed from Kusit
whh the Alalia teaaloa. wiU becotne
exdiii.1. It was on account of Fto
feasor Kllk'ti' kuowWdgo of the fur
seal laduaUy in, he wis eap-cJaliy
oVsi.aaltd by I uagrea to visit Alasat
sttd wahe report oa the sublet.
The ageau of the f ur aal ce-V-svsU
who ej jyed the privilege
aUut the Ulsxul of fcu GvOre and
Si Paul. Urnde rtt rtocul-liou tUat
thie Wire 1 000 Om.) ami ia I he Aui-fi
.Ul tuvlulUa Olhlf il'l 1 la ti,4n;d llit
nttrnbpr at 500.0W), and still otlwrs it
lt-fwr ntimbtr All these rop irts. nil
ennflrftlnt; and mtide by pstiles m re
or lew Intrrested, Imluced OotigTW to
Mml Pmfessor Elllolt lo Ahskn
waters, ami his) rep-irt that not over
100,000 real have survived the war of
txltrmlnallon will, It Is believed, call a
halt on their destruction, ami his trc
ommemlatton that the Mtch b" si
pended for seven years will donMlen
be (Mrqulescal in by Congress.
THE PRESIDENT'S HOIBT.
Ills litr-n of Wlmt the Itfipnliltran Pot
ley Mioulit lie Next Session.
New York, Nov. 2C. According to
a AVashington special to the Krtiting
Port, the Cabinet meeting yestenhy de
voted a good deal of attention to the dis
cussion of Stcretary Wisdom's Inter
converlable bond scheme. The Presi
dent Is doubtful of the wisdom of set
ting forth any new Ideas to distract the
minds of Congress from the work lakl
out for It.
"On tho merits of the bond plan
Itself," says the correspondent, "he has
no criticism to pass, but his notion of
the policy that should be pursued Is to
have Congress pick up the programme
of Hepubllcan legislation which It de
cided upon last session and push it
through just as If there had been no
elections and no overwhelming defett.
So strongly has this hobby seized his
mind that It Is more than possible he
will dissuade tho Secretary from Intro
ducing his bond plan this session.
"It Is now very well settled tint, If
he docs not succeed In keeping that
plan out of the Secretary's report, ho
will at least Ignore It In his message,
ant) ttutt to Its falling lint.
"The President's message will ba
rent out to tho various cities In advance
of Its transmission to Congress nnd be
held In the custody of postmasters or
other federal o Ulcers till d olive red into
the hands of clerks of the two Houses
on Monday. It will then be released
by wlro and given to the newsptpers
"Tho report of the Secretary of the
Treasury will not be given to the press
till Tuesday, as nt present planned. It
will probably reach cities ns nottr ns
New York In piloted form, hut as It Is
not even made up Into pages yet Die
Public Printer doubts whether he ciu
get it out In lime to go to miro distant
points except by wire."
TRESIDEM ADAMS RESIGNS.
tin ' I.oncf r t.'iintnils tlm (iresit Union
Boston, Nov. 33 Presl lent Ail ims
of the Union Pacific mail to da, re
Mgntd the presidency, and Id announc
ing ll said-
"As you are aware, changes have
taken place In the ownership of the
company's stock. Interests with whlah
I hae never been in sympathy sttd
whose confidence I fall to comman 1
have become the leading factors In the
situation and us a result my position his
Ucu remleted false audemhirrassing."
Headded that the continuance of such a
state of affairs was detrimental to the
Intertills of the coinpsny, which should
lie presided over bv one who represented
Us whole ownership and could speak
autboiltRtlvely of Its policy. He then
thanked the directors for the honor they
had conferred upou him previously.
l'olloftliut Mr. Adams' address
Directors P. L. A met, V. Gjr.lon
Dixter ami Government Director Bul
lock made brief addresses appre
ciative of Mr. Adams' services.
Messrs. Ames ami Bullock ware ap
pointed a committee to draft appro
The resignation of Messrs. Charles
Francis Adams, John P. Spautdlng.
J suits A. ItumtlU and Samuel Cirr,
!r , were accepted, and Mr. Jay Gjttld,
ltussell Sage. II. B. Hyde aad A. K.
Orr were elected directors and took seals
at the boatd.
Mr. Sidney Dillon, already a director,
was elected president. It l understood
that Mr. Orr represents the David D.jws
estate aad Mr. Hyde the Equitable Life
Assurance Cowpiay, wulcu Is a Urge
holder of the company's securities.
The Uulon Pacific executive commit
tee adjourned w ithout transacting any
business of public interest. Prusileat
Dillon is now in conference with Tralttc
Manager Mellen, and Mr. Mellea will go
Wtsst this afternoon, ami the Gould
party will also leave for Near York this
Mr Jay Gmd and hisa are in coa-ft-ience
with the executive officer of
IK TIE csixim COURT.
Aiswat ) Mt (he Outsuulttr Wars
KupU") IttfeiMWakl Ml.
I a tbeCriadaal Court today Henry
llcjir aad Jaaaes O'Brien, two rsltroad
ipkineers charged with violating the
Disoict regulation ia tunning Ul
trains, forfeited their recognizance.
The case of William Xorthadge aad
Joseph Acker, charged with keeping aa
uaUceatsal bar. was nolle afusted-
The eaae of James Edasoastoa.
i barged with vlolatloa of the notice
regulation, was remanded to the Police
Jsates p. Doaaclly plet"vd guilty to
the charge of keening aa unlUwmed
bar- Mr. Ciaa, lis attoraey. stated
thai the dwfeadaat. uatkr a aitsppre
heasJUw of the lav, had sold liquor
while his aMMcatioa for a Uceaae was
pmdiag. The Court therefor sus
pended seateace during good be
havior. Thotaat Uaiy akadtai guiKy to rae
charge 9i hvaaaag aa uelicaasmf1 bar
and isatasjcftj wat fnsMsle i.
The case of auacs Qaonlioe, ua
lkeaaed bar. was aolla prossed.
Frederkk lifua, a colored vasa. was
placed oa trial fur keeping an uaUceaaad
bar at Peunsylvaaia avenue. LJest
Uaaat hlcily, Sctgeaal Biua aad Of
ncer Block, teetlaed to having disco
tred a oarrueM. pitspherasii oa the
prrmiswi aad set era! a fctaeasga taatllUal
to having bought drinks ot whisky aad
beer at the place. The defease at
Wsvpicd to aaaail the integrity of Oftkor
Biock a s wUneas. but Blotg ttaaJUi
miy jknoasd iateseat ia iastigaUag
raid aaiaat the place.
" -9 -
Vj.saaai JfaAal A cAkaaa
" ss-j riv AMmnnHS.
ua Huaday aiUuaooa Haeiaa
iWAjiicr. a white woman, ia the cmBo
of air Puagtave. at Xo. J4 M atnw'.
while eagaged la baaiiiag owi clothes
oa back shed of the potajjana, ws
takeaJwUh a At sad fell ta tha groual.
a diaiiuce of uo feci. ehe tUwk oa
het bead, and suatabtwd a fraaure of
the skull. Sae was taken to she ll ir
tield 1LLIa1. aud Was still Iu u l i
iuii4.liu i.juditi'iu lo day Tuc ni
Utidiutf hh iu.i J uot Ihluli il
TALKS OF MEN
MS. LELAND STANFORD CON
VENTED TO CATHOLICISM.
CHIFMAN 18 FOR MILLS AS SPEAKER.
Hirriwa's AnxUty for a Qmrn,cl
Hew It Will & Play. Upw.
MR, QDINN FOR SERSMIfT-AT-ARMS.
The NatientJ Qrange 0nlmk(sw the
Ereeiian f a BttiMls; ia This C1I7.
Captain Olata' Qtteer IiM.
Senator and Mrs. Lehml Stan
ford of California are or have
been very much to the Methodist
Church what the Bochefellers, the
Stnmlatd Oil millionaires, are to
the Baptist Church. It will be remem
bered that when youngLelaBd Stan
fotd died some tears ago Senator Stan
ford sent Bast for the Bev. John P.
Newman, now a Bishop of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, to come
to California to preach the fu
neral sermon over tho corpse of
tho richest heir In America. As a trib
ute to the memory of his dead son Sen
ator Stanford planned the establishment
and provided Ihe endowment of n mag
nificent university In Ctdlforntn. This
work has been progressing ever since.
The site selected Is one of the fairest
spots on the Pacific coast. The Senator
proposes that It shall be the most richly
indowtd scat of loArnlng In the world.
And all for love of his only sou.
When Senator Stanford came to this
city to assume his public duties he
reacted as his private secretary J.ihn
B. McCarthy, one of the brightest of
the nmieer newspaper corresp indents.
His tltler. Miss Helena McCarthy, tin
wtciety correspondent of the New York
lltrahl, became Mrs. Stanford's prints
Tiik Chitic Is now Informed, on
what It belltcs to lie good aut'iorlty,
that Mts Stanford has become a on
vert to the doctrines of the U mi in
Catholic Church, ami will on ma'ce
Uiat fact public bv enteiiiig the cmi
mutilon of the Mother Church. Het
couM'rsIon hat lie 11 brought about, Tn
Clime's Authority savs, by Mist Mc
Carthy, who It herself A devout and
This it an event of Interest and Im
portance alike to the religious and
social wot hh, owing to Mrs Stanford's
wtsltli, Intelligerce, cbaritable dispo
sition and IiIkIi social standing. It will
take rank with the conversion In Ktur-
land of the Marquis of Bute, and be
comparable to the entrance Into the j
piitslhood of General Sherman's son. j
or 1110 laKtog ot the veil by J I la litexel
"President Harrison Is very anxious
to have a quorum of Uepublican Hep
resentatlves here all the tlmeduriae: the
coming session." sahl a defeated Its
publican to day. "He wants the ap
propriation bills passed and certain
measures of a general aad partisan na
ture put through."
"Will there be any trouble in accom
plLhiag this?" asked The Chitic.
"There ought not to be, of course,"
was the reply. "Nevertheless, there
may le. ou see," be continued,
"there are a number of defeated statet
uun lowborn office Is not only the
bfim'h of life,' as It were, but the
'stsif' as well. In short, they need the
salary In their business. Mtsy o( tbeai
are men of small accumulated mesas,
proftsfckiaal meu especUlly, whose
practice baa got away from them while
they were here giving imitations of
statesmen. These men want office for
themselves. The same thing exists la
the other party. A number of them de
fesled ia convention have already ap
peared at candidates for the various
House offices. Now, the ItepuUieut
Bepieseataiives Hbo want otHce for
themselves or for friends u wy
btifg pressure upon the Admiaistratiou
by thrralenlttg the etUteace of a ju v
rum. l lo March 3 they have aa a I
vantage which, I take It, they wiU ax
be slow to use. The very fact that
there tie not soft billets enough 10 go
aroand will make it all Ihe m we aeet
sary to make the prtiiire stroag
taough to be felt Jut at ia tij aav
iaatioassent in this winter a llh these
points in mind aad sea how welt iha
shrewd wire pullers faro at th hands
of aaaaxiout Admlalsirutoa.'
' Cantata Ula, Cossttaaedutt of Jlid
tbipaiea at the Nsvil Academy, ap
peaii. to have very queer social views
as wil s odd notion of discipline."
The tataker was m Army oaUeet, a
graduate of the West Point Military
Academy. Coatiauiag he said
"C'aptaia Uiast has iasistad that the
naval cstltts should select a cjwsaiuea
to retwi sent ths'im Ia laa in asiiagy tu iiiB X
of the winter hone eecordlag to class
staadisg. This is a moat preposterous
idea. It would he just a sensible for a
college or university to select it boat's
cttv or baseball nine or football team
accordiag to class standi u. 4, man
td yat aot know ho w to lead a geftaaa.
At Weat Potn we used la setec our
hop wansgew lot the tuauaee at a tag
uiai class election, tae voting balag h
ballot. Tan schoiasih.' ot asilitary
siaadiag of Ihst asea had nHhlag to tlo
with the ehuice. it was baaed oa the
populariiy, social 4Ulittes sad aaltaAo
lisl skid of the mm. Bit thai thay
always did eve very odd ideas of thiaga
at the Kaval Acadeas-y," said fee, with a
Judge Cfclpmaa. wher o Coageess
tota the IseUuit district, has iMawd
W tjpajB flgwHgiga. &w anaw afajBssnaai . gt stswsp
Judte sus4a tb pktwrs of rubutt
hcilih. aad says he av felt batte ia
1 dad not attfaorttt ihe use ot af
eawst is coet:llott wU th lipeakai
tip of the wkl House. ' said Judge
Chipsaaa to Tits Cwtiv sepoctae- "i
aw for Roger Wilt, though I have
aoehing to say against the other cai
datea. Mr Mills desen cs well of his
party, and 1 think he houM W elc-cted.
Al su rate if he dX5 u t asio tue
SliLikiiLljij' In. ili u. Uk , - iiui ia mI
tin. Wav dud Mi 4ii- ' v. j I
1 ' link, ti ' u j , - 1
on the war Against protection as It Is
advocated by the BeirflWrcnn pArty.''
"What do von think of tk scheme
advocated by certain DewwerAls to c sn
tlnne the Needmles In Ute fifty scc-nd
"Only a tuttle brained persvm would
think or anv such thing No. no, we
must not do any awch thing We must
rctnrn to the old conrtemi IemorrAtlo
way of tratisAftlnc the niibllc business.
that l, give the minority a right to be
heard. There will be no mnr?.llng of
the minority In th. next Congrvsis As
lo Ih- Iniquitous lUtd rules, the Demo
crAt throtit'hottt the Mslon denounced
litem as unjust And ontrAsrerms, Ami
framed for the sole purpose of gnppie
lng the minority Ntiw, If w tmn
artutd Ami adopt these same rale we
wroM simply tie stultifying ourselves,
The Hon. John (ulnn, mem1n of
Conf rets from New 1 ork city, and one
of the most popular men In the nation.
Is a candidate for Cletk of Ihe next
House. Mr. Qulnn will tro Into caucus
bached by cvety Democratic member
from New York, Massachusetts end
Connecticut And a larire following from
Pennsylvania, and scattering voles
from several Western Stales. Indeed,
the kind fi lends who Are working up
Mr. Qtilnn's loom say he it already
Assured of enough votes to elect htm.
Mr. A. J. Wed lerbtirn, editor of the
National Home unit FirtMdt. n Grange
organ, has retuimd t the city from a
trip to a number of points In the South.
He reports matters In good shape tu that
region The U range, he says, Is a
"The Grange has now under consid
eration n proposition to erect In this
city a building to serxc as a national
headquarters for the organization If
It finally concludes to do this the build
ing it would put up would be a fine one
and a great credit to the cltv. It would
have a large hall suitable for meetings
and conventions, olllcesfor the national
oindals of the Grange nnd store rooms
and oltlces to tent. I have strong Imp is
that this will be done within the next
two years "
STABBED BY HIS WORKMEN.
A I'orrtiinn Itrrxltrs I'ruliitils I'.ttHl
Vtntiml at Ihn Itttnits of IimIihiis
Doyi.kutowx, P.v . Nov. t. Con
stable Wlnrton of Mnrrlsvill bulge I In
the Bucks County prison jeslcrd-iy two
Italians, Andrew ami Ouiseppe I'Vstino.
brothers, charged with what may prove
a fatal stabbing alT-slr
At about 8:30 o'clock Monday a'fer
noon a mmr of Italians were working
titidtr Foreman Mtchnrl Mi Grata, 01
the Trtnton Cutoff IltilmwI. Tim
two brothers comnv nrod quarreling
wllh a boy. McGrath, wh'remmstralotl
with them, was tU-d by Guhwppe,
and. In the struggle, the younger
brother, Andrew, did the stabbing. In
the incitement they static 1 to tntkc
gocd their escape, but were finally
McOrath was rattled to lits home.
Dr. J. W Itlcbardsitn found three cuts,
one i.tendlng across the left breast into
the ribs, another in tho IWiy ptrt of
the right aim, ami the third In the
groin, three Inches deep, which Is a se
rious, If not fatal, wound.
SALT AND LUMBER MORTGAGES.
A SlIolilEUB C'umpsHV Hllli I.tattlllllst
Ai-8ble. Mitii., Nov. M Two
chattel mottgages to the amount of
f$!.G0owere Hied with the County
Clerk agalcst the persona property of
the J. K. Potts Salt and Lumbar Cj
ixsbv, including stock of the A. S. and
N. W. lUllroad, in favor of sever il
banks In Ontario and this State. The
compaa) 's liabilities are sdd to amount
to $l.50U,000, for which mortgagee.
Lhatlel and real, have been tiled by tbe
company In favor of creditors in differ
ent counties of the Slate.
Tbe company g ive employment to
some 1.500 men In this cby, the woods
and at Potts, ad tributary tu tbe Arm.
REVOLTING iCAIKT TIE ItMOP.
,V KauutH Cutbsllu 1 1 ! Vp la Arms
Qvkbkt, Nov. SB The entire Ho
una Catholic lUjcete of Ilimouski it
dielared to be ia open revolt agdnst its
CpUi't-pal head. Bishop I.angoia Toe
BUlii p, who is aa extremely Utter po
litical partisan, has been enaed in
wriaking vengeance upon the priests
whose people voted tor premier Mer
clcr, whose politics the Bishop heartily
dele sis. The laity, as uell as Iha
clergy, ate ia revolt aghast the Bishop,
who ad! doubtless be called una to
resign, u thoe with whom be tt now
et war are all powerful with Cardinal
Tascheteau. as well at the Vatican.
I'liBch Tartar Cewmitnw Hate.
Jw. Nov. Tus Tariff C'ontcait
We has raised the import duty aa motion
from S to 33 francs per ittu kil aad
hat Imposed duties of 30 francs per ltJ
kilos on poi k butchers' sweat, ia franca
oa smoked or salted pork, SO francs oa
inOe ik foh? gras, and ? francs oa salt
Uef The losuiulttee ha also raja4
tha duus on tinned meats, meat e
treU gad bouillt a front h lo 15 and 39
flam., aecofdiag to qusJity ami value.
j Jwe .vasui oaataslwns
I'aw, Sov. ZH.A. dispatch has bee,
recsived hew from ttueaca Ayees atal
iag that Ptldal PelUjj iai has iamwd
g decree suppressing the puUjicaliog af
the ctSvisd &iusa quotatioa of tha
ptetai urn oa gold aad oUigiag UU daa
coaftteis to iiuote pafarr exttoage m
- V - "
ISsiaSkSi itflaa Inlas "---. Ia.
vmir m ffnf pp v
loaww, Kov. . Taw c4Mi
gsittUsr aubifctsu a U' veramesu pcoeia
saatioa, cabiag in by ataich l ttt gold
finw issued sHfajg so thti accstahtas of
sjuM Viese'tfa so ihe tjktouav 4ltee
lie date ntioed such cou will not
be a Wgsl Uwltr.
Vfcvgf; fgADtHsam jj tlnTnltTtB twawsllttVtt aVAaQ&astsTV
swsnsiaw snwssRnfew' fi kqf
lie -m, So US. The Uiuti-i gie
the tVMowiag tesuMs of th akedoas
Uoveiawteal. SbVi, CoaatitttUoasi Ow
Mw, u. KanVrt. atl. (i doubauJt.
SebaiUu aill bv tiecessary to ve 1U-
aMsWrtjpaaspPa sinaagaaw cip
cUahot timA the Co.aisoas
this uie-taiba m tila'b a to the etea-
bK-!i 1 f Ma-.ulii- tu ulli- leui lUf
l In lli U I I U ' 1 .1 Jit sllelt Hull
-,113 lull tl " t ti- I . 3i
I , 1 I . W .!
HE MUST RESIGN
rARNEUS FOLLOWERS REGRET
THKT RE-ELECTED HIM.
WERE UrtilffORiEO Of ALL THE FACTS.
M TMr Kjfs Afi Htrv Opetwd to
Um SifiiifciBce of Un Dilmna
AMfi fit iKtSX LEADER WlLLSTSP WM.
Giotto,, Wilt Tkas B laablea Ui De
vole Sit Xtmajaiif Years te the
GknM ti Mem Ro,
I.ojsiwis-, Nov. 96. The Tory morn
ing patert are jubilant over the dilemma
In which the Irish parly It placed by
Mr. Gladstone's throwing over of Mr.
Parnell. They publish column after
column of comment upon the situation,
which thry declare will certainly In
volve a hopeless rupture of the Liberal
ami Nationalist alliance Many Lib
erals are tiegtnntng to suspect that the
ttue Inwardness of the stubborn attitude
maintained by the Parnellltes Is that
they desire to delay the advent of Home
Utile for n selllsh purpose. It is hinted
IliBt their snlatles are more of an object
lo llicni limn the speedy success of the
cause which ttiev profesw to have at
hcatt. This be ng iher.ss?, It Is charged
they played upon Mr. Parnell's very
natural dislike of "rctreAtlng tinder
Are," and Induced him to retain the
leadership, knowing that such action
would Indefinitely prolong the parlia
mentary struggle. The Itlsh ancletiet
of Liverpool antl the North of Bngland
have luld meetings at which the Parnell
problem wis dlciied, but the results
have lecn Indecisive, opinion lielng
alrut evenly divided us tu whethtr Mr.
Parnell should be advised to retire or
Mr. Parnell last night declined to
con ttue h mm ting of the mem
bers of the Itls'i pally for to
day. This action wits taken not
wlthalamllng I lie fact that the icciuest to
Mm to call a meeting bre the tlgttit
tuns of thirty eight mrmlM-rs, or eight
1 en wiote than the rub s of the psriy re
quire. This morning several of the
Patnelllte ntPinbera of the House of
Commons loudly compUIn that when
they voted lo ru elect Mr Psrnell lotho
chalnnanshlpof the Irish Pmllamentary
party they were uninformed of all the
fsctt beating en the situation.
Ihe Star (home rule), diacustlng
Mr Gladstone's teller to Mr. Morley, In
connection with tlm subject of the
future leadership of Ihe Irish party,
Mr. Gladstone's letter was designed
to le re-ad et the Parncllllu meeting
yesterday. Siimehow tt.lt was not
done. Mr. Justin McCarthy was then
Instructed to Inform Mr. Parnell of Mr.
Gladstone's opinion. In the haste nf
Mr. Patnell't arrival Mr McCarthy did
not fully impress him with the views of
Mr. Pareell's sudden nppersnce, bis
great services to the party, the outside
cruel talk against him, and tau Inatlac
tlve Irish loyalty, were influences, tbe
fir says, which prevailed over the
duties ami necessities of tbe siiuttloa.
Contifcutng, tbe piper , that tbe
1 jet of tbe Irish members are now
opened to the deep tigaificance of the
affair in England, which is nctblng lest
than whether a home tu'e measure
should bo passed at the next e-luctlon or
be indefinitely postponed. Had the
Parotllltet known tbl they could hive
leached but one cooc'iub n. The Wif
belie-ves that conclul"0 will be reached
to day. It is conSdent that there i no
alternative but to pass such a resolution
as will enable Mr. Qiadtt ae to dev.te
bis remaining years to tbe cause of home
flltV WfcKK OtXEIlKD
Lai ex, The feeling among thelrlsH
ini that tbey were yesterday deceived
as to the true situation is now to strong
that a motion for the es pulsion of Mr.
Paraell will prubablv be offered at to
day's meeting of the Nationalists shou'.l
he refute to resign. Mr Qlaslttoatflt
busily engaged in bidding f request cm
fiiecces alth his solleaguea
1UK eOkVKIUUIe WS.C4LI.aD.
Imring a coherence of the members
ef the lush party to day the apftraachea
to tbe wee ting room wrre carefully
yuaided agtiinst possible interrtwtloa.
At the de r stood aa Irish coatwoaer
ready to tweveat the eatranee of any
Mr Parnell entered the room amidst
the most profound silence, and. at aooa
as he had tskea the chair aad opened
tbe tweeting, .p!4ed that the meetioj;
bad been called by him upon the r
4Uiaiitoa of thirty eight members of the
party. The duors wrr? c'osstd for
hour and a half, wad when they were
thioan open it was lewtied that a great
divergence if ojilcloa hJ been usai
fested thcoughuttt ihe discussion W bea
the mii sdiourtwd it was to k
attemt-k at S j'ttock this evening.
FtBElGN SEWs IS BKltf
h I-1 IMSE'V Ot CiOttelF AV VLT i- U
usffvaiabs o- iMkut 1
tOlM. hiov. d la tu. 11
(.'enisles laat night, after tb -,k .
of senretal uiebtr ia n .
QtMsra speeeb. ihe address 1-
to. Tbi is tfee first lliuc iu bm . l
that tuch a thing bas cecum
1 day oi the- opening nt i'arliaii
I The i'h';,ucts cnUt-ialiy s4.
rmerBioa tbst the uoi-ruu.-ai J'Vi ui
t sueuuaiv a uiMi.'.u lino 1 1 J 1 1 i-ct,!
j 1-1 i. ,
1. t'Uit 1 110 I
1) V J ill 1! I
1- I t
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Jl I ,".' t
' papers h
fieeliajc tgbx with ' '
j Advices I - I
thsctis hs 1.
ef the t lie re-rdlu j tt"
UHmlttHLla tt Li "f UltU 1.21 I
timrrsf 1 jipn-' 1 I si
Uila. 1 ; ii m I 1 1 'I
m a '1 si
t j,- 1
1 i u
tdlatis if he.- H. .t I a ,.. 1 -tMit,
atsuy t.4 ia- ' t. j
uatoicfc. axe at the oiuaey of the guacda
mm aw ut any oeuer piisoaers a a-1
hthVa the guard f or sdwtsitou to thv
female s'uuliiu l'bc Escprass U sail
ti I e promt d ) i1 . tuu-dgAti n
Jlapott li ItoUJ alklMl 13 tt it
ll , 1 .L.it -.ii ia in.. Liuf
J, u.-l Mat IU! U j. i J.S. jj. -
srmed force, and that ta MaMt, ffwlwg
to nnrtiemw rftrtlmit swrl AttVAtlM, te
fn no comfit mn to mewt an enemy. Ia
Khartoum aw! vtctolty all the fomd hw
been mixed for the snppm of twe
Mehdi's followers. And the InhsjbHnttt
Are perishing by hundreds An Arft
ltln in Khartoum It saW hi hs.f
killed one of his sUves. the family tetoft
without foo.1, and lives! with his how.
hold for severe! dAys on the rewMrW
There Is abundant food In Stisklm, twt
none of it Is permitted to pees Into the
Interior, It being the purpose of ihe
British to reduce the enemy a much ns
pneelMe by starrAMon.
It is learned from Borne that the P(pe
lias not yet recognized ihe Brettilars
Hepnblfe, hnt bae under cnfiatderailon
Ihe propositions regarding Church ami
State put forward by the Brazilian Gov
ernment, These propoeitimw provhle
for the gradual separation of Church
and Stale, the Stale to par salaries lo
the clergy for a time, and ultimately
their relations to be on tbe same Iwtts
as In the United States of America.
Official organs in St. Petersburg ami
Moscow already express appreheneltm
of the possible designs nf Germany on
Ihe Independence of Holland, ami one
Bntflan newspaper quotes the remark
once ascribed to Bismarck, that the
Nethcrlaml ports were natural outlet
of the commerce of Germany. Be
sistancc on the patt of other great
powers In any movement against Hol
land Autonomy Is predicted.
The result of the Itellan election hit
caused deep disappointment in the
Vatican, and all but the strongest clw
teals now regard the restoration of the
Icinporal power as bopeleaa. The au
thorities have given strict orders foe the
suppression of any papal or Irredentist
St. Petersburg dispatches retmt that
no emigration Is to lie permitted In
ftiltue without tbn sanction of the
Minister of the Interior Immigrants to
Slheila are to ncelvu land In pertvetil
lly. and email money grants wilt be
tnatie to assist them.
A committee has been formed In
Borne to secure the beatification of the
late Pope Plus IX It is not thought
that the projeet will succeed, the pros
ent Pope. It Is understood, being op
posed to It.
A telegram from Turin stte thit
Count Kalnoky and General von Cu
piivi, the Austrian nnd GeriiHB Pre
miers, have telegraphed their eon
grattilallons to Premier Crlepl on his
triumph in the Italian election.
WHAT PAIINKI.L'S OUOAN3AYS.
TIIK IRISH t'AftTY CAN COMrKt OtAtl-
stonk to BinKiT.
Drnitx, Nov. 36. The Prttman's
Journal, In commenting urm Mr.
Glsdttone'a letter to Mr. Motley with
regard to Mr. Parnell and th leader
ship of the Irish party, aayt: "Mr.
Gladstone' letter assumeitbtt the Irish
jtrty is but a portion of the Liberal
party and that the latter ia therefore
qualified to depose or vtto the Irish
leader It must never be forgotten."
ssys tbe Journal, "that Mr GTaeUt'ir.
came to Mr. Parnell. not Mr. Parnell to
Mr Gladstone. It had taken miny
years of independent opposition on tho
part of Mr. Psrnell and tbe ParnellitiH
to convert Mr Gladstone nnd his p-trtv
to bometule. How," asks the Jo'traitf,
"can the Liberals return to power or re
tain it when secured without the Irish
vote? If Mr. Parnell remained at the
head of a loyal ami homogeneosH
party, numbering eighty five rapceseala
tlves in Parliament, he could compel
Mr. Qladstoee or any other leader of iha
Liberals to submit to the wishes of the
Irish leaders "
SEtJS&TfOXAL NY0ICE CISC
Kavy TsflHHr HrKht (lt In II-t
Aanrav Pabk. N J . Nov. SO Tes
timony ia tbe suit for divorce broejgkt
by George Oatkln, a promiaea.t Xea
mouth C. unty farmer, was heard by
Vice-Chancellor Green yesterday. Ah
bott Newman, also well known, is made
the co respondent, and the- evidence was
e-otauooai. i ue gruuDijs ror loe peti
tion are repeated violations of marHal
vows oa tbe part of Mrs. (Joskin.
Archibald Newman swore that he hail
sees Abbott Newman enter the Uaskia
residence oa one occadoo sooa aftar
Gaskin had left for the eliv, and whest
tbe latter leturaed suddeaiy Newawa
jumped out of a bach window sad
ciawUdintoacorBOeld Other poiatsvl
trs'lmoey waa taken, and the etae eraa
Wis, tfeasias m avsM.
lmmjn, Nov. . it tt mm i
that the Aigentiaa preaaitim 04 f hi
baa issshrd 360, iha adva betag d
ttibuted to the buviag up by the v
unaeat of all the remittance It c.. Id
seeuietoregt.it to IJiropeto tweet 1
.JiBusiy coupons. NAblag later '
htcn nce-ived txaccrnlog the ttr 1
situntton. Jbe Tit, which , ly
ii.b)Uhc peclsJ dhwnti 1 ' m
Buenos Avres, prints aotL n H
1 it) this aw-rr'
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