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S3B YEAR StO. (5,&7J,
X.10A1. WKATtlEI! KMillKJ.VSt.
JP tht IHrtrfU if CMimMtt. PttemiM,
Zlrtr tanti, Virginia, Xmth fArtHM "ftwtrt
Ctfr t'owt (iem-rpi, tZtttrrn I'htrfni dnd
Wto'rrn Ftvriifn, fair vedthfr mM ;
MTt -tn-trrln iefi nmt raUtrr.
IN the matur of giving
presents at Christmas the
tendency is Jo make pres
ents that are usefut and
not merely ornamental. The
more sensible and useful
the more they arc appreci
ated. There is not a boy in this
city who would not be made
HAPPY by having Santa
Clans bring him one of
OUR nobbj', stylish suits, an
overcoat or one of those
very popular garment?, a
For Men, in addition to
our stock of suits and over
coats, we have an elegant)
line of SMOKING JACK
ETS and BATH ROBES
and the most superb stock
of Neckwear and other fur.
nishings ever shown in
Also a full assortment of
Silk and Gloria Umbrellas
with the latt-st stjle handles,
gold and iilver mounted
sand natural wood. Very
suitable for presents. All
at lair and equitable prices.
B. Robinson k Co
909 PA; AVE. N.
Ms4f&tt pttat. Ey tMu,
iiiato iikea l rt Mirnat,
SiWDMB A &TATAM,
PKAMK IimMIB, XlMW,
II Nortk CbariM SAtmt, YMUmat.
T But B4 iw t. WcluaiMkd, V.
prrO WHOM IT V Y COMCMBK:
Tta Uaw ka arrHJ wlm MMoaj wha
owa LUUmutiy lhata er hM tk troradtt.
DO BOt tokO UTWtM WhM foMJlM(ll
otlev. tat joa ara saalibi to iy o aa I
aka aosM aftwunmaat wWk tfc )wty Ju i
oa bwaid a itttlaaianti
WtotwowaatU aaetkH fur ear awr
etoat aiialaat thai tM rf pataaw wte ei,
but wtll ast, pay UhttrMUa.
TbcM iraas wto luur UUml to bmIm
ay ttau4Qtmtmt tor itUitmf tkwtr Wlbafwa
havlW b BMumty MtiUwI. wWaiN
taftMl to Ik wwnhawaf tk 3IiHHU'
Mutual Vwtmaurm Vuiua iw i worthy (
m wu 1MB. m. mm w
mkrt Vuba f mhj A Atfini
or taake hi
Hat EBMafur h Ehhb .w
ha ')ltTf intrvrtr far keiek wk
ymkrWr thM he fcf tm ejwtwMHf Mr
r pPwr flB V
WJmp'' jJBPP' "''' pw !'
VanMtoMvtettato tbM bcigk work
u every Oi:crli!oa will r.ve Us.ytt
Icul.uu ill ta boiJj lijliti Bt-lAui j.uI
tkcr3 ovcaj a otccLt 'i u.i-lui
f - TTSLfc ""
tub ittDfTRATKa siit mem
Of tfc Bn9n.
dtBietB JltTa. are.
usw-thb wan MND
Nineteenths, and rA.are.,VMhlBirt On, D.L
ggy CHAItTKKBD Dt COXC1P.B9S WtS.
Of Washtevttm, D. C.
CAPITA!. AND SUftrMJB SWS.WO.W
Has never contested a tos by Are. hntal
vrays makes prompt and liberal adjustments.
Bit. DAKIBt. P. Ct-AHKB, rrest.
OKO. B. t.BMON, Vlce-Prest,
CnAS. S. MfADtKY, TrJ.
will t lHJTatnn, A't see'jr.
gsyoPHN an account
O0D3 A j0.t
IMC Y Mrect mwlliwctt.
PKroStTP, I.O.US. BXCIIAWI8, CJL
LRCTI0N3. We desire lo ealt speeld attention toonr
otllttfnle nr iltin't. Umml and bearl 1 1 If
tetett as follow-., vie:
Jtodajm, lnlnrwt.1 pwotit. terann.jm.
60i)nji,lttret Ipereetit. pe'numiM.
Witars Interests per cent. pernHMtim.
Issued for both lar,re ami anMll arnonat.
Hank or-en Mb. Clow IM.
APHOI'O TI1K HTBISaBNOV
In tbe llmwut th uppiraot Iwh
onrt y of nianT iwnrltlM llMhnmil
nmI conrv'lr lnvt-r I- very tin
to mm In Uftt liHurasHM m ttra btH
of all aafa ln-etimit. UaH are it
fw u( tlio ailrnnii:
Ymi par 'n aisall iatalliaiitj.
l"p t rroB I to 5 per wt. eom
pWBd latwaat. You teeure protw
kn. Your tielm rfelta ilia, auntiat ot
your polly HouW yo.JIe ani yu
rreelra nearly m nuieh aln a
you pay In itould Jo live until U
mnure . . - -f
You alto roelve IW iaoywbi
you ay waul It ot-lM your Jaellu
wlir IteMUteatwxit maklae eh.i
afe. wlble ami pnAtaM layevt
iwstl Yon canaot il helter with
uur money. li.vva your inn loaareu.
r 1J0VVR8 1 LAU
? s4 c,,ulUU life Aiwnoim Saehttr.
tt ro 1 .
im wrtra. w,
DrenU-BBfi of petei Uvtoffte
wcttew oc iMany,
iu bllU, dorinj b&nfclB?lLll
sVtL CAPITAL 11AX,K
WB6T SSO t "SAL BAXK.
MUitfMU alter tbeSlh t ftiah nasUt we
Mt ba tIHIi to the iHiaowaf a ar
fbt eoM teat.
WASBIXfrTOeJ OASUtJHT OOHFAKY.
Ktcfctaa aad 1
HtHM Tw 94hv Whlh th
WAMM&UtVQM MMtntTiiL liWTTMHiT
a; Jw SoscadK-r
Ktlal anw-t uald fckaaw ti i3 ja. f mja WJHj'tt aj
ki& AMrmlJiria amfliltlWrft
.iiaMidliJiHra Curslalkaa anae Uia)
Wtft WaUaat ttSura t w
luar taiu aa ia m-nn I'ltiiiTTt, ub kMuty aaa par
Head for riiotUr-
KukLC O. LAiUI&R. Vrv doai.
LtffUML K t.AkUSBtt, eitAry
PAkUi-i. AoitatiL Set. rotary
.- i, i-OTou'U -.t-iot dgi
Aaa ateiaftateata aul UBtJI-a
hy fifeflghaaamar &Mal
a eflpp" Rw
Washington, ix a. kiuoay
TUB (WODYtAft MfUfJOT CO
flxriT t!iR to fJI MtMtlda to
(Wrf MTrtw ntMtltf of Ihtrifcet fflWPSJjmrt
fonw 01 all Knma rnr erery fiwra, "Ww,
art, nd avMfocen we ar tM wmtnt
the ltt. Call ad 0
ggrtRtKtT TOWt JfOSKt
UMX AX11 SMALb StM
FfWJM It BP TO SI4.
THB y&flfBR MSB HXellAMl
FfB rti pf wilt o J ten t jwr
MK..Ttifi it iftMraMeed in alt rKfltr In-
Trom S'it tni. iPto per writ gtm
tmttH m lit Mwk and land tanHtmetita.
liitetttimtta mar be withdrawn at My time
rm tMnyrtafs' notice, wMh hrtereit np to
TK StHTTIIERS LASB KXCHAN88.
The object, of the Southern Land Rxchinxe
Is twofold. FtHsT, to alTortl Irdlvhlnilaof
iMlelaaaes, rich ami poor alike, to Rafelyln
reit moeey l larire or Mnail taan. rnnjrlrn
from tkunto S,ew. Hlhet h; Jotnlnxtlra Hx
cbanae and beoomlnit a meiinrr thereof, nr
frKCUitP, by lnvwurirm thrunch tlio KK
IIA(l,(thruH(rh nn nsent in anyoueuf
tepretentel by the Kichanie, the
tmrohawr ,r tnrertor in erery l-. aave being
kiierahteeil by the KXl'IIANuK.
IN TDK IMriMKK CASK any oae raaybe
cotr.e a member of tie KXUIIANUK byaub
MjtINnr and parlnc for not Im th in Une nor
nxtre tuati Oee Tlionand INVKITMKNT
TIChKT?, at the uniform rate if J per
tlcxet. Time tlokeU.are tetteotntble tir the
KXt'HANHK tverr tbtee raontlH, with a
auarniitced Interest of twelve ill) percent.
rarnea iioih.hk ikiiis lunger man Hires
B.oniha become mtnUr stookhohlerln the
hXCIIANdS. and at nu-b, nroentlttel to a
M "" ixttrtrt In all pr flu nthliii fro n
otitrMe AndlnMa lnvet i.ent maile by the
t.M'IIAMJB. Iieiilr otorkhulder.4 recelre
dlrMendii qtirt nv, and mjy vrlllilrawRt
flny line uon thirty ) dar' notlue, and
will recelre. In Hildltl'H to the amount In
rnted. all dlTldemU due tliem up to date of
IN UUMO. whore i'iTetmena aromvle
tint iieli the iiXtllAM.B in any otieot the
(OJtrAKIK", ASU IATIU.N4 it HV.SUI
OATKrt repfeonleil ther.ln. the followInK
mtm of Interest are i Uiranteil to Inreitori:
SI J () pr treat, to ten ili'l liereebt (iii.irati
til lutrrwloa all HjeuUr Invest ine its.
'j m 09) inr aent. t te'ty (iOt iwfrent.
aiiarnntru'i lnttet on all it.ickaal land
lHrtsiraet.tr. . . . ...
In eiy niIM li.retor nta tlieiuht to
wIIIhithw lnrtmnl. wlih latennt ili to
day of wtMruwal,Uii thirty days' WHUe.
fced fur l'rorectm.
iniSf.,nl l llv. nt
II. tk'Cil). l.rmthburrf,
'IIIB SOUTIURX UWO KXCUANO.
Ml aad 9W P atreet.
CIBcea4l ami 4. Waahlsfitoa.D.C.
Jauuisson, C'LAKKR .t Ch.,
I'aeltttlea (or plaelait atock uneqtll.
V. oeklnjt (urcea the Urgeit aad BWMt expe
rlenewl delt tf
KUreuth ami U UreeU,
Aateettee the PotlowHu BarcMrt tor
OK4 WXBK 0LY:
Hofer's TfpOM tSeperaet
Ofdhutry PthM Sl.Xperiet
Mac Hawlle carrer. fully uur-
tatwl. Sl. ler pair
Ofdlaary price $1 JM per pair
Crown Hultowr Maeblae ttaaeaea
(nltiy pee S4 twos
OU Helta bin t1olUe-wrlr Si.TSMsh
0r toitlre line of ttoUaon at W Per
Cealllo.!. Wlacb. )
OfdIMtry ife We
Abo s Kull Ll of 8m aa.1 (Ml 8tTa, rdt
Wtaibwr Strip, yurslture Handle
and Mechanic," TooU.
iiakwamr and cotliky.
OppaaHe BMtoa Dry QootU Uoum.
Vfmk ArHvU la Waal. St aad
Aatruettau, at Low I'rw.
ALASKA KEAL 0AP86.
Wttfe r , Xuim aad iltak Ptar
Otdiaw. SR.VL JACKKTS AX SAWJiJB?.
Lwae in PrtM Than litf Pu Ne Had ht
Xewcwk. lar'PrtoMBteic ad
WJLAV VW YOarJC KAKi,
iiakit x iwev.
r. at .
m w buc.
imiaianitliir n iniBafBl
SlPrirf. wiyii ijwbakci
yioaapt aad Mmwaal aOaatjna aaeeat ty ail
mULtmn pUwxdU my baada. Haeai'tliaiy,
M Teotfc atnsai a. v.
Tlwi Useto f U JiayluMr,
tWJ Boy (in aubrla. to Ui
yA-l. fa yoa ma r
Kflitot Oh, kw ii the ' rf Um
H4 afeMtof ltoar. , , t
Xtto Boy (Utof U.e cytioa which
rvvk th KuUic el 3iAk
mttel wan ta fimai oim a;aallilaaall wtui
wa) x&$$Q$$ y
at gt--M I B&aaaaat VOU to Ml.
W WaH" yauaiBpajaaaF v ine t
Guiat OU wr Uck
aet f lust Uck. Vm vw&i kttdt
e l 'm Uttvea. Md I t't t to
UMM wjf dwk.
Tke Duke uf MariteaaMtgh c
ie "W" New York & $ atytts &m
MiaiUiukii tktm&. Aaiitet
dmw at fitMit a dub wfaidav. WW n
ttul toottttt wit iJy io-awilt ai
Uitlligeot ma alio h a uc lUiurf tu
obu AUw.., W g.U jU 'tt laUBJUt Ji
c.i-k'ao iuil 1 ugliah a.i.i.u!
- 1 eat Tutkik uuat a. w.. whaee I aai
Cabtsrt Mrnwiso To ot The
Cabinet mwdltig waa mtcwlwl ttMlny br
all the members except A ttorrriy .Qeral
DCTAiMtt) Pt Dt'tr. I.ielllellSBtK
K. Mmwf, from tb Natal AcIemy,
lit PWti onlTPd lo t)fTll lemfwritry
duly in tke Bunn of Rqntpifwm.
CtJiTOMS l)ECTtos The Trenr
Petwriroci t 1 rtlrecictl the Oi!icto
nf CM'nrri!i at OlotfMler, Maw , to arl
mit fiee of ihitr flfli catthl In Hie
wateis of Mewfoumllaml by rutting
resttls of Olouceiter.
Nbw OkdnAxcr Orrtcit. Utliller
Gestral Metrltt b Itjuetl the fallow
leg ftncral orrlert: That MaHr.Tokn A.
Kit M will rellee CupUln Charles W.
Whipple as cblef onlnaa-ce offleer of
the Depaitiiitnt of the Mlwoarl.
Ki.KCTKtr I.iohts Wwrr Otrr.--Tlte
electric llgbls In Hie Stale, War ana
Navy Deptrtmenl falleil to do their
duly today and cnl cotrtlderable
annoyance and dchy In the work. The
Got eminent Is nnpatln to put In Ila
Tiik Indivn SiTt'ATtox Uaneral
IlrooUo to day ttleeraphed that a few
of the hostile Indian had broken
through the ramp near Wounded Knee
and were making tifints to get through
the Cheyenne Hirer line, it believed
their Intention Is to move north. Troops
havo Ihcd onleietl to Intercept the
Indians. The situation Is practically
TitR Wom.n Path I'liooUReatso.
Kx 8tnntnr Palmar, with other memberi
of the AVmld's Pair CommlsIon,etllod
on the President this morning nnd ub
mltlcd paper showing that the nfTalrs
of tlio propotd PMr were euch as to
justify tho l're'Iihnt In lwulng a proc
lamallon Inviting foreign countries to
lake part. The papers ware referred by
the I'retiitcnt to Attotuoy General Jill
IlKI'OUT OK T.MUIRT PltVCTICR
lltlgadlurdeneral Merrttl of the Dj
imttiiientof Ihu Mlsnurl, has uhinltled
n rr port t'f Iho lopctor of small arms
(ifirllceinr tiieptesetu iirget year. .c
nuui MiiylnaT the n port are t ibif ah nv
lngtliewnik In detail. As rnniptreil
with ll'i- licotd of last ar tint input
Minwsrounlderuhle lniprouurnt In I'll
line of duly and a continued Intureat In
title and chiMdu rltlti.
Cai.i.kd os tiik Phwhoxst. Anion t
the I'nalileni'S eallere today were Mr.
Jmllre Urewtr. ex Senator Palmer,
Urn. IluJ. Uutlerorili, Mr. Pred.
P.r.k or Chicago and u Hepreaentntlvti
J-)ce of Hits 'Woild's Pair Uomuiltalnn;
Keprcicnlullva Morrow with 0. V.
Morgan, 51. P.; Kpreeentatlves Me
Klnley, Cannou. Mllllken. WailUlli,
I looker and Waldo; John It. Maxille,
Hetny V. Chubb, .1. 0. Long. Charles
5. Patuldge ami J. P. Nlcholi.
FOSTER'S FATAL FROLIC.
I'lalnM and Itainra Cnnlllet In a Uur
titir Minn Willi (Have Itsaiiltt.
1'iiiidki.piiia, Pa., lec, Vi. The
Cotonci's Inquiry jeatetday Into tu
death of the colored man, Jamee Pos
ter, hIIm Mulligan, from the etfecU ol
a gun tbot wound received la a barlier
shop ou I.Mkhi street a week xo.
kbnweti that a parly of t stored men
wi re iky lurking for the paeaeaaloii of a
pUtol. and that at the lime It wt dU
eaargid it wa In the hand of Charlw
Smith, alias Iknaoti.
0 of the wUnetiei, Cbrla Aw
hiuli, laid it was a common thing for
the crowil to fkylatk with a plilol or a
razor. "We often hit each other oa
the head with Ihe back of a razor," he
added j "just In play, lltough."
Coroner AahbiUlge created great cob
Murpatlou among the colored "Audi
ence" by Biking a wltsew if be thought
the tevolver could be produced If every
one ptefent waa searched. There was h.
commotion anioug the occupant of Ihe
hsucbet, some cf whom wule oager
ittovenwnl toward their boot evidently
for Ihe purpoae of hUllng weapotis. The
seareh was not tuade. however. After
all the testimony bad bees heard the
jury returned a verdict to the effect that
Ike deceased met hie death from a pistol
shot wound, received at the hanxh of
Charfe Smith, alias IWusou, who was
acebFtHiigly cowiuilteU to await the
act leu of the gran! jury.
vraalnl A llrtdaerotiiM,
Xw Yok, I. lS-tJailetLw
Thtotiora Koop. a ptelty youag wojavaa.
uko lives at No- U Park avenue, Uo
kokea, went to ike Barge OlHce yeitor
day, ed with tears to her eyes told how
Samuel StuHord Ileatbcoto, a fora
ekeeker of iwatigraats' truaks at the
Barge Office, had deserted ker atmoet
ob the eve of their weddiag, on Sttaday.
the Hth laataal, for which event she
had got out card aad had reeigBed her
turiiloa la tke IlohokeH SaUk MRU.
Ileatheote had got his board for aothUu
at thai boaae of Miss Kuoft's tuother,
ami had told so tuaey fabulous tales of
fiasar1! lealUstloo aad etpacuiloa
IhM tke wather aad daughter believed
soaae of tketti. lie owed several fetioa -eaavluyes
at tke Bargt OAce.
UatttUaThrMtMM Tki4 Wuike.
KKWAKa. K. J , Dei. 1 Ta tke ra
ces discharge by SuperUkiaatoal
Walnuky d fotty uniott spiajaett ia
tk CUuk Thread kUUs at this plice
aad Kearaey to Mirlbuied Uw lockout
whkk tke employers have anaouan'od
tkt Uwjr will coutlaue uatU Jttry 1,
ad u&r which 3.000 operwiies ate
Uk. It fa ptobakle tkt aw ea
wi aesMtt fro tke lockout. Oaly Ike
saisaers have arelUf fuod to look to.
Clff aageMit ol tkwasfcaiw
llrf U1 he take, at cM to secure
telp for tke fbfa. wfco ate U very
mmnf cases wholly destitute.
a Weaisiui I4aaias a fiaeik'liiiiir taeae
WtcatiTA. iUs , Uec. IS. Jim g
kttag kcuc of ekaihtf Voa lvdl
im atgk' kv ' "t Vtais, vkwa
v..j had lost aaaM tharf bhe dtj
ama4 tike ftMMwy back t oat aii k
vouki v& ker wtl' ttJ tkl U4
hef. 6k Ate pUdol a4 &A l kvfa
&&, cwUog 08 ocl Wfa-
feU to tke Vh s4 tnifaiiai by yeiliog
h!M h kid beta uturdesed. but sk
coolly told kb akek4 iwt kwNagJM
Vmi. but would tf ke M W st ke
mJailatV tt ittttlfaV laaaaft Mtaaaaaatf
titx.Ki.siun n. Dec. W 4Awd t'uy
of ChUaifu tiom -Net York.
.Ntw i.ki. hi :.'-Attired " iU
.1 ''jbUit .Ul.'iWiiJW
evening, dkchsmbisb 12, isno
an mmiM nm.
Onllly nf Imimrnl tnamtMfct tf
rficii rtfitu iir.riittirMt
N,w Yon. Dec. IS. A apeclal to
the ltfM from DtTtwi, Okhs. isy
Fathtr Flnncrty, pAtr of the 8crerf
I lent t Cktircb, ha le rHtmhwd from
tk pnetorate of that Church for alleged
Immoral conduct vrltk (Urn of hi flork
On lh night of Noiemha I he toik a
hamltvmio vonnt: woman who Hsd beet
tonfcslntto blm to the nelchbnrlti t
tltt of Rlcbrmmil, Ind , ami realstenel
It. A. llenneratnl wife at Ihe Arling
ton Hotel. Afterward hn wentilown
Malrs ami wat recoenlreil by two men,
one of whom notified the tntsiees of
Ihe Sacred Heart Church.
lie was aked to resign by tho trm
If cs of denounce the atory m untrue
before his coneregallon. He refiwed
lo do either, ami Ihe cw was taken be
fore Archbfekop Elder of Cincinnati.
Here the evidence of FInnerty'a gitlll
was so strong that lie was denounced
and removed from the pastorate of the
Dayton Church. Plnnerty Is highly
educated and was very popular with
the members of bis congregation.
Avl'ntltlan Kill llli. trite and Mutll
fites Hie Hotly.
Pari, Dec 18 A workman named
Lacaodn who had quureled with his
wife because of refusal of the woman to
live with him met her on the street this
morning. After a vain attempt to In
duce his wire to return to him Iitcasrtn
became violently enraged, and, drawing
a revolver, flrtd four shots at the un
fnttunatc woman who at once fell to the
t(!cwnlk. Then, as his victim lay
hclpliM at his feet, the murderer drew
n knife and ripped open the woman's
abdomen. lie aflcrwards attempted lo
commit filicide. Iml wis prevented by
the airlval of the gendarmes who placed
blm under nrrest. J.iCASsln hts been
Identified as n nitn who wis recently
tthnl from Imprisonment In Wtr
raw after bavins served it three mmtln'
ROEBED BY MASKED BURGLARS.
Tnti Men IWrak Ihtii h ltriiier
llnuiH Mini Trrniri lll vir.
DfiVi.EtTtinx, Pec. 11. ftslneslty
night Mi. Abraliam O. Mnyer. wife of
aliveftcck denltrif Plutmted Tovn
ship, this fiiuniy, whs aroii'esl by two
I no maokcil men. mIio stood over her
at iho la dtlde, one Imldlng a 1 intern
and Ihe oilier pidu'inira r.K:ked pltlol
atl.tr a few lnchea from her IhmiI.
Ihe) di'tnandeil to tie shown iho iiIhm
wlierchrr husband'a money was kept.
Mri. Moycnaw It was uwkts to re
flt the men, and, dtlaying as long as
the dared, finally dltccted them to the
place wbete the money was. Theyse
cured klwut $W) anil then left. Mr.
Moytr was away from home at the
THE PACE THAT KILLS
A Toune Ilciilat .ilmliint HmW a Cnrer
or IllMlpUtlllU bv i'lll-Hll.
liAt.TixoHK, Jin , D.e. 14 Arthur
C. Caldwell, a young Canadian denial
student, closed a thort but exciting
career of dlselpatlou here by swallowing
a time of hydrale of chloral yeeterdey.
Caldwell, who was but IB years ol 1. wits
the ton of well-to do mretite at Viclo-
I., It C fi,l ni In ttlllmnrtt admit
ilehleeu months ago ami entered the
llaltlmore College of I Kutal Surgery.
lie soon eot lain a fast ael and sueui
more time la their company Ihw he
gave to lectures. The dean wrote lo
Caldwell's mother Informing her of her
son's conduct and the lady promptly
replied that she was coming for him.
Heal seise that he was in disgrace. Cald
well took the poison to eed his life of
A HARDENED BOY MUSDE1EB.
I.auElilniC Whim Ota Jury lUturnwl the
cnllct That t.'utidciHHait IIIih.
CintYKKXK. Wvo., p.c. 18. Charles
lllller. the boy luurderer. has been
found guilty, aad will probably be
banged. He beard the verdict without
a trtioor. and turning to a wan Bear
him, laughed as ke said be anticipated
the rt suit. The eriese for which he was
convicted was the murder of Hm Pish
bttugk aad Waldo Kuieta latitp
teteber. SuierlutiiiJut tluiter tf Katlfe,
Wukunw, Dei. , D . 18-t-U l
iuthotilaiively stated that il. If. Carter,
supettalesdeu of tke Philadelphia
Wllwieglou asd iiaititMOM lldlroal,
with beadHUMtef s in this city, will re
tire oa January 1 and probably ai-cept
aa tsectitive postilou with the sane
coujpeBy fas Washlagloa. 1). C. It U
pre. tically settled tkal lit. Carter will
remove to Wsihiagto in any eveot.
This doe sot Imply that tke wuarU
ioteadeat's oiltee will be removed from
lu a Mm1ii' Maatai.
BiMtKv,UAJ. Ala., D. IS A re
ceiver yesterday took ikarge of tke
busfasttH of tke Besseuier ItolHag MiU
Company of Utatetjer. AU. Ko state
tMa-Hat at I lihl latlttl B aUUl fk&flfjtS aUtVif aakaUtsai
stSWVV V MJaTflPstWs) W " siaisBjsssaiaf aa-aspv ar sBasweassB
JlUrd- Tke . omi4By employed t aaeav
It fa kclieed thit tke eoiapany wliliwy
up, atui tkat the receivtr IU kej tke
mi! I ia operatic.
Au iw fhj4ta Hwmi.
Cjucwo, De. 13-lk. p. Mills
Tucker of No. S317 Waktak aveawe
dkd Wtidnewlay B-fk tltef W UhiiaW
vt only few days, lie -mm am of tke
oldest j-iJM i the thy ad has
praccedkewakiee ikML. Dr. Tvicke
was ko ta'aiasaai-riKw-tts to lsW. He
vu graduated by Ilarvaid.
vmnj i&aMB ate Wsax to Wea-aw
F.uiukH:xf, W- Xi.-J'' Ji. It (Mt
sJk ax JsWouh. W- '..
J&Uss sW JWW J. ft JWI.
miner, wko kd goaw ken-k to work
aajbtit ttee of of kM
ftilosy pig d9 ow on UUt.
Tke tptjiwisiiif f litrariiffi
Kit Yam. ite. . ti
a Co mftisM &b miiAmuMiJk to Ijtoiiiaf &
v v ninJiBppW wffr w-wq!&& " W"" " "
Mamlia toay, wisk om pfeeee to
W J iVii oi aMslem Tttv urn
oesJaus in kuliding naet4als. an rated
Ta s.dMjiAa 1m tehiiBih saiSii
Tut Cm lu'a ten I.'miu iu
IjjJ will tit uu lj wrtu vhi.
. iUi. laLi-t spiakvi"
FRANK WARD'S TRIAL
AMWIIR BAT flWSBMe IN TRTIflfl
T9 81T A JffcY,
The Ketr !wel f SUty Nearly K-
haneteil The ItWiHMte Xnmr
UhtalHrl !evenl Time,
Porm after the opening of th iIotts
of the City Hall this morning the
officials of the Criminal Comt began to
make active prrrmroUons fot the asfern
bling af a Irfg crowd to witness the
third day of Prank Watd's trial.
Chairs ami benches were crowded Into
evciy available space within the bar.
Spectators began to assemble at an early
hour, bat they were wslotisly kept
without Ihe b-tr by ihe officers, whi de
clared their Intention of admitting only
wltneeees, talesmen ami lawyers to seats.
Tho first persons to lake seats within
the bar were two of the sixty newly
drawn talesmen. Others began to drop
In one by one and soon almost all of
the sixty were prreent, and a very In
telligent and solid body of cltlttns thev
Some doubts, however, iue expremed
as to whether a jury can Iw secured
from these sixty, as It has always been
the peculiar experience of the court
lhat, when they have to co out of the
legular panel to secure jurymen, It Is
very hard to get them to servo.
Shortly before 10 o'clock Mr. Ward,
accompanied by counsel nnd hts little
son, appeared In the court and took hts
usual eat In the fear of Ills lswver.
Chief Justice Illnghatii was tlebyed a
few minutes and did nit take his place
until a short time after 10 o'clock.
The court was opentd In the usual
manner by the crier and the clerk then
called the jury and the eleven who wete
tested jetlcnlay all answered to their
Mttlinel Halllnan, who hid been
patted, ntiueslod to be excused on no
count of his wife's Illness .ludiW .lete
Wilson, on behalf of the defense, stated
that they were deIrou of having Mr.
i Halllnan tniuive on ilie jury, and te
i qut-Mrd that he should tie temp rtrllir
I t'XfiUHil. Thht was ordered by tho
I couit. with the understanding lhat Mr
Halllnan should return as soon m he
could safely leave Ida wife
Upon the n quest of Mr. Coleman the
cleik announced that all but ihrc-j of
the sixty tab men drawn hid boon sum
mimed One of the as discovered to
I' atesideiitU Maryland and thoo'.bers
cc uld nut bo fi mid.
ls-ac II McCetbrtW.lU Xinth street.
WMfltsl called. He had formed a post
live i pinion uimu the case, baaed up in
conversatloas and newsDper report.
He did not know, however, wliether hU
Idea of the case was an opinion or an
Impresfioo, but he could bring In
verdict according to the evidence. Mr.
McCathrau was sealed.
Mr. Uapley. the Juror whi llred In
Marxlacd, was In the coutt-roo. and
was culled upon fur a statement. He
said that lie was a ci'Izen of Maryland.
Hbeieurx'ii Judge Wilson :zetled a
Mullu by sajlng that Mr. lUnley
voted the Democratic ticket In Miryl tod
he hud a notion to ruolth him by msk
lag 1dm sctve on the Jury. He xni,
'the juiy box b.iog full the da'ense
beeaa tu exnehe their right of per-
iballeae. ilr. rruK Jung
lorn wu the rlr.t gentiemn thit Judge
' WJIsou txcucd. al uiliam n itir.
miw wa caueu. mi. iiihww ni e
prtsted a positive oninUm tkat could
not be changed aad was excused. I.
X. Jackson, who was called next, was
ia the seme stale of mind as bU predo
cetaor, and was excused. Ueorge lllf
man, the nxt juror calleti. bad not yet
bees aaturalUed as a eiiUeit of this
country. The Court, after expressing
the hope that be would bet- we a elli
tf, eeuHd him. P. K. Duddewloif
followed, and was excused btiiute bit
opinion could not lie changed by evi
dence. Charles J. McGIll could not reader
fair and Impartial verdict, aceordlag to
testimony, and was excused aeoord
iagly. John K. Pfeil was over Vi years
of age aad was excused on that groutid
T'kewxt juror, Henry J. Hrlght. n
vety hard of hearing, al, not being
abkt to understand tke questions asked,
M foutd iuciwipeleut on aecojat of
his pbjslf d tctlruiltv lUnrt B!'k
was excused, because bh opinion wmld
siaad la th wsy of stving a fair ver
dUi. William P. Uro.k was ike
lalhd. bi', drslting lo be eicul,
hssilid Ike t't art a dioggiM's prearia
lion by wis ake. As his plea was u-k-htm,
tfce eir-r wa not ill lime I. Hu
was esawisMd, however, by the U v
iruwtal atul asued, on ac viutof
n opieton tkat couki not be changed by
Tke tenth juror called was Phllt. it
Wilson. He also had formed as op4al.
and disewstd tke case witk various pw
lies. It would reiiulre very strong evi
dence t change kls opinio, and, not
appearing anstotii to serve, ke was ex
cused. The next jtenilemaa ws Tkoa- K.
I)!, who, being seventy-five ears of
age, was excused alter toe court ktd
congratulated him upon bis active sj-
Gecrge Stench was tke called, but
failed to spnear. Thlnkiur tkat kit
pronunciation waj wwem, use cun.
but tke juror seuainea uvtiwe.
Ltuia l. Skooawsker waa excused n
account of kistkelded opinion.
Peter Page, a colored att. keteg
seiarkd ottcer of tke G vcrnneJ wi
rxcuaed- Artkur h Campbell had Bates
sutntBoned, btt did m apotw ia eort.
D. p. ittwckkUi of suck a. very
dtthlcd cpluion tkat ke Wat found lt
Henry Flank Wt le of aeU a
Geaue. M. Cmakm aati tkat he wouM
go tew tke box stjusaWy ixJwMce4.ad
was tkawefre not given tke owowuiiy
t?k m Mi
Tke lkUth mm called. Aloytiu
eg s SsVtPs Hpgt ls Js'mapesetsw tpts BjsBsjssnsnsnfl
sl-J i contcrniog ike guilt ox imtmmm
of Mr. Waid, goi wm ed
Ilaviig it lM a&med Jumt . tke
couasel firr Ute nVfusw pt tktir he
UMetkr to ikdde wkow they thvute
nt rtMBe. f h W- Carpeirter
wattke jMO mwhmjkitsvm
tkahr rtakt. and ke luuoudlatelv Uft thf
nes. TtK exuiw ssja
itnt allowed to tke dtfejw fotag
iith4itange of toHMttt.
AUiuvBaV Eaton, a Isbulrt ei'lw.
van CBlkdU) uU the vacxb I. ft Vy
Mr C-.ruu'ir lie ini-ai lJ j U'Kt
u. t l u j i 1' - '" - 'J,
tkat nt ke eswwdl ftm jwry dlf. Af
kti sbttlM ftm hmfrm woH nfted
thij.fetic tntemti Mt. Ertoo wm
Ifnmbtr IWettt cnWed waa ftenjamt i
MnfideH. Ills (pcMI oplnioii left Wm
off fro aetvtof o the Jiry. I
Tlmmaa P. llmnwlt ptwnterf a wrttfen
t .reuse that WM rwpted by hoth rte
feme and Crffvernment.
Frtt k ItwW had mvhUs In the case,
hnt thrmf ht tlmt h conld not render a
fair retrlfct In the case. Mr. Bn Id W
John K ltnppcrt. who ttrlves twer
wftgon for T. K Harper, had otre
fotiiieit and expressed an opinion, but
dW not now retain that opinion, il
was found qualified ami took hts teat
In the brx.
It now being the Oovernment's turn
to challenge, tnstttct Attorney Hoge ex
cused John St. Olatr.
James Semple, a colored man. hail an
opinion tkat wowld not tl.-ld csstlv to
tviderce. and was e.xcned on that Ac
count. Prti. HettK'ig. a restaurant
keeper, had never conalderett the cae
ami had no opinion rorrernintr It. He'
was sonvewlial tlonhtful as to the mean
ing of Ihe question- "Have you any
conscientious scruples against csptt-tt
punishment?' Alter much expUna
lion or the question bv Justice HIb
ham, Mr. Hetiao Mid thil lw did not
belttve In hantlnis a man, when he
wm not guijty of murder, and was
somewhat doubtful aa to whether a
gulltr man should be haneed. He was,
however, rcadv to render a verdict ac
cording to evidence awl law, and was
accepted ssa competent lnrw.
The fifth juror challenged by the
defense-wie Andrew 4 Ctck'ell.
Mr K I, Johnson, the proprietor or
Hie Hotel Johnson. w;s Ibon imIimI.
William Holmende did uotlhink t'.ist
he could rtmler a fair and Imparl il
verdict and was exmiwii a'Cordlnl
Clmiles 8. .T.ihnsun, rt'ond, know
Mr Want hciI had a strons: opinion
fi.rmnlfro.il iiewstHoer arllilcs. Ills
otdnlon would reollly yield lo evidence
ami he wo aeci p e.l by the court, Mr.
Wilson online: an exception.
William D. Cumpbtll wa the sixth
man challenged bv Ihe defense. Hen
MIddleloti was calltd lo fill the vtctney.
Ills opinion wtiild stand In the way of
a fair verdict, and he was excused.
William J. Acker, the thlrty-fli! mtn
lallul. sl"bad an optid nihat tt a'uiiI I
be ditrti nit n chanjf. and wis rotlil.
William nilfoid had never bt-o nti
urallxed, and was fouud lufuunnlentun
Prulerlck Haiigerler had taken mil
hia Dill pa Hid WlTriiine a cltU-sn, but.
not ya Lclng fully Battiralixul, was
I. hn 1'. Ciilltna, whose biislnees was
"at.yiiilfg he conld pit ti !." r mid
not rtkd the newinpers, b it Htd an
orlidon dertvtd from uiklmr with oHir
rople. lie thought lhat hts opinion
would Intetfere with a fair erdlct. ami
was accotdtngly excused.
Gtoree 8. im,Avoti ojJnlon could
not be changed by evidence, and he was
Ifc A. lfcnnis hail betn drawn on the
Jury, but waa returned not found.
Uiorge S. U.IIH. a colored Jnl or, kid
no opinion whatever with regard to the
cafe. lie was accepted as competent,
ami Icciemt'i! the number of colored
Juiymtn In the box Ui flvf.
Aloyslus (itjer waa then challenged
by ilifi!eftneid A B. DeMcdle.1 f r
cxamlnaiitm Mr. Dent, hot a clerk
for Itarbtr & Hosa. was fiuod compe
tent and took bis sent.
After the sealing of Mr, Dent a resets
waa taken until 1 'Hck.
the court loom, Had at I o click Justid
lilnaham to-k hit stal. A 'Kt,y ol
some few wluUU-s wss occlooea t-Y
tke spjtearance of the f rand jury, who
ureacnud a number of luulctments.
The Jury In the box waa then filled,
and one of the mhmmNw being found
absent another short dilay took ol i mj.
Vhll waiting for the delin
quent juror Messts. Wilson ami
Duhamel consulted earnestly with
Warti. Upon tne suggestion or Mr.
Ciagget tke iftfidar iKt-euiber jurors,
who were Excused from the Ward case,
were excused from duly until t mor
row morning by the Cuiwt. Every
thing being ready to proceed, tke at
torney a for tke defense cm-tilted the
list of jurors, of which each bail copy,
to determine who they swmld next
Mr. Coleman requested that tke times
lion ol Michael Uailinan'a excuu from
the juiy should be deckleii by the
louK, a hU temporary absence was a
Mrtotu egabwrassment to tke eaae. Mr.
IlalllBun was thefefore nermanetiy ex
cused hy tke Court A hU excuie
created a vaenarv. the defense were not
VUt to tke trouble of deciding upon a
Walter IMWn was called to ftil tke
vacancy, lie k4 no rUed ordeur
nuired opinion, but it would re.i.!ra
evldeece tt affect tke oplniaa kU ; he
had. He a as eMstMered opHt
and took kbset ia tke keg, an cxevp
tten laving reserved by tkedefeuw
mum Mr wwwm lu.
HtUy Gieen a accused in tke Poike
Court tkis aftomintr with keeping
ulU-eacd kf moss on the ioounvos),
betwesw 4 4 B nwrtbeiMt.
Alfaw Bardie loliatd tu Uaviag oh
tnjsc4 Wf plt " ?! tke .m fo
1 cents on f-undjy, veU.-r 19, tad
on other oc jlas. Hetty kaepa a plsen
that ks not vtry goo4 wptisua.
I .n.i it u aikrM Aarks Tuxnec was
mmaia about a najr g.
Judge HUlvr wade tke 8ae 1-
UtM Alkasiv. Ihb., llec. M.--Wkie
Ctps viaited the house of Tkow t iUr-
jites. lawyer living ia Ja'et-ftdai t'wiy. j
Kf ., ew'y W4a;dy wornta kklf
iid iwowad twu carets, Wi (
Ml setfB pttget d to tk4WA0.il i
IBeminlar Isaak I'lliill Mktaaaktaalstl
igBatsajpnsBB eBTSntBr BjpnBsr waajseBBBjBasnaaswan
Mm Vuava, DC. lJ.H0jrto U- 4
joa). n Si-WrW fl ati AeeJer a-v-l
tuoajwttr, m bv ua ul alot that
WUkis Gddui Coigv of tki'
city to Bterf tk sum of t"
i wklck ke a)a ht 4e to hi. 4, u
cowmMni fo 4e9 lkwt 'l
dafenaUlkt' whuh.iiik giocrr wasm
tottKk ..n'ik.fc' f i") '
fsvavbo bt ' lue
- s '
;iu w '. -
iy I ilB'wt Cool
'v i t v - r l
'.'aiu. $ "o
vmm two omnts,
,, in , J,l,m;llLLlliln.iil ,l liM Jjl' J"T HJjft,
NEWS BY m.1
t, 1-- -iv -
num. mm isttufft if tti
jnuow of an 1aX&
TWeiirtrt JmMtwiw M 8wtii tr-
hnl lsst Mr. Hayr llir?
etree Wtttt . Jsm
4tilB!lirt Other Sews,
Inf)0l, Dec. lS.Tke tfl f
Bthop Brown Rige of Otfoty M w
MMet tk penp'B of Kilkenny kww
rote In ike coming prtlmet1afy" ere
iron there tt taken by tke PafSnlittin
m an Indication that the muntfaato m
the higher prelates Is to be allowed in
l.ecome a dead tetter. Tke edkertitts
of Mr. 1'arncll belrere thai ike tt
festo rlhl not represent tke personal feUl
of the stgtrera, 1ml was a merj fornsol
declaration made to satisfy ike Church
It Is mwnled r.ut thai, thongk tke
hither clergy also condemned the Iimsd
I.eaene ami several subsequent Irfth
popular movements In f-irmsl terms,
yet this scilon dtd not prevent the leer
clerey and many of the higher from
lending thtir e iintenanre, ttnot always
their open sttpp.irt, to those mote
ments. A similar result of the rmessmt
altitude of the clerical body Is l.joked
for, with, ol courte. the dilTer
tnre lhat the priests will fotkiw
their various peraonal prr-fpfcoce as hi
the factions and rvmatn neutral m U
their ofltctal action.
Much amusement has ifen cnttteit In
Toty circlet In London by Mr. Ileaty's
a ieal tu Ihe Ihibtln nllce for pro
tection from Ihe mob. The minions of
ltalfotir, whom the fmpulslve Irish
memher had no fften detioitnceit In tin
meastirtil terms, res pondul to hit call
for help Just In tlma. It Is td, to Mve
blm ftnm personal tin l in at the him-l
of hit own conn rymrit. Ht prlmsliyil
assaliatit was promptly arrested. While
ilictwlliH lUiiairnl Mr. Healy lv mttii
lot co tut -f ibemebe to a pl-tceof
rafety. All this is ioierestlng reariltuc
fur the CtH'H-rvailves and Ltberal-
Lnlnrlels, wh- will dmtbttees enjoy
chattltt. Mr llmJ.v in his expetleooo
with It I'll mobs Hiid ibe rfustbul.iry
when the) nr.v tiw i iitm (a Partlsmenl.
Aptopos or Mr Pitorir sneers in his
tiittclw-s In IiiUnd to reference to tfce
Xsllonsl Lltiersl C uh, It Is reC tiled by
members of tint rgintxtit m thtl sev
irtl of lilt supporters tru sitll in tke
club, and after the recent meethsgt of
the cotuendltie Xiionatuts those gnu
llemert. estelally Micltot Gooway.
John O'Connor and Joseph Xol in, were
accuslomid to go to lb c!u. and wblln
tefrrthtng themselves after the strttgght
Indulge In deniitirintons n( Mr OM
stone which wi-rn decidedly nfftHlve
to the Kngllah fell w memb-Ts
Much ha vie has beta wrought by
slot ma on the southern o-Mtsts of Kurope.
espectaliy around HiidUU, In which
vicinity v.hrven p ;iaoa are knon t
have been kilted and fifty Injured, wMle
many vessels were wrre'inl and a
number of house sbatterel A iteo,
fog prevails on th.' Xorih Germvtu
coast ami the Ha tun imlUduo yettee
dav have not ei miive.1 lit Ik-rllt.
Tie discovery tbai the nUoe n the
ltutsiau Privy Council r, IvsasftJtl. U ti
Nihil', has placet th.t dignitary is a
meat mbarraasinj; petition, eaptfilnlty
at It is stHDtrt d thai the y mag wossuu
is ihe person who siirceeded in emtetisg
atiHAls lo the t'z,ir ffr constitutional
nfoimi to iw p!aca on tneUbln is tke
piivate partmcuut of tke Imperial pal
ace. It it suspected tktt Olea tvanwski.
Ihelkdv inqu'tibm. madeust of cer
tain facilitka gaiaed bv her f re i arc .
to kcr uncle's altlce to catry out tke de
signs of ker felloar-contpiratora; ud the
councilor, though himself above tm
piclon. has reilmt from the active pur
suit of kit official functions and will
probably resien. lie it a director of
the Holy Synod and knt enjiyed to a
Link degree the confidence of lte C tr
Dt BI.IK, Dn i3 I mlid lranl
was this morning publUbed, the edtoton
being issued from tke otttce of the .Y
fsvaoKXatlonaUai). despite tke i4Ct tkat
tke lamellitet had seetired an injunc
tion restraining the latter piper I root
lending tu plant for that purpise.
The fatue of I mioi JriUuJ c mtaini
an erifele by tke acting editor In-ckief.
Mr Bodkin, addressed in the name of
Jlr- WlilUmOIirlen to every true hwer
of IrtiniKt, Tke article declare tkt
tkie txbt eo alternative for tke
c uairy hut lo cUo-ise between ike eon
tinned ledtr.U of Mr Ptruel! aad
tke sicorln of Home itnle for IrebMsd.
To avctimplUh tke latter under Use
Uadirsbip of that getlean ts. th px
per afcert. Isprtkaible
A Part!! ttiitka, ui i ,.i rtaw(.
prtnarea nt tke office of the paper
night, also appears. Cijswiderabhi spc
aevotta ineretn so qu tui rrass
the legal (.pteioos jumiMag the teixurc
by Mr. Parnell of i dives tad plnt of
Tke full ma nsMi. ia dUcussias
tke liith prohitm this wornln?, urs
upon Mr. Justin ilcCarthy and his fol
lowers tke Beccastty for thjdr tgkteg
thttrcoau iff and promly getting
down to tke wurfc t4 systnaaUc and
vigotoos oppoahlonto Mr. Parseii.
Mr. Mkkael lUviu has tcnd Dub
lin on) kit any to KU1mnm .
Khmnsv, Dec ttifr. Mkkl
il nfihed in tki city tdgf. A
gjNWt erod Bn.t him ettae station. Tiw
ttcepiiun accordtd bin, was of a mixed
cktet, oe faciion I dly cheering
tke voe aroud editor, while the oik
rtspontUd witk ktsnet t,l groans nd
c.unter ckotr te Panirii.
paasnsl sse toee ataawa.
Kk Vo. Vk t-J Tk stesvaaklp
Wyotnatt, ki ajid yestenia
Um Idverpool. passed two Lt spouts
w Kceejlitr i ia uild oc4. t
Saxon-teg at ike tfaj gnd ikecA&MBn
a tiJkd witk wkite- f h fgtgnmc!
at tke water smatist i rishd no Bflir"
annMif tke fmma-it.
rMt f swibige mm.
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, tt HM.)uit i Mt$t Inn
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