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IVASnrNTJTO, J). C, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMJiHI, 13, 18i)0,
PJM.OH TWO CENTS.
I.OC'AI, WHATIIHIl fOnr.OAST. ""
1'orlhe flltlrtfl of Columbia, Jhtauare,
Maryland, anil Virginia fait matlier imtU
jUomlaj; touthmiltilii ninth ami warm"?.
The Correct Garments.
kg HTHE correct garment for
t'td I if . .4 - ..
1 tins weatner it you nave
to be out of doors is one of
OUR Storm Coats .or Ul
sters, either" a Chinchilla,
Elysian or Fur Beaver.
Some of them arc trimmed
with Astrakhan, Bear, Seal
or other Furs, and have Mo
hair Frogs. Others arc
plain, but all of them have
the large, comfortable col
lars. Also a full Hue of Cape
Coats and those ULTRA
STYLISH Ulsters of Eng
lish Tweed, with HOODS
instead of capes. Our own
importation, and arc not to
be found elsewhere in this
, Jf you need a heavier suit
try one ' of OUR double
breasted Sacks. They arc
very fashionable, as well as
serviceable and sensible.
S. E. Cor. Seventh anclD Stroota N, W,
' EADI.NQ INSTHUMKNTS.
ivuiis n pond
Moderate prices. Easy term. 01.1 lntrn
lncntu taken In part jmymeut. 'tuning anil
lcnalrlng. Telephone l'i.nl.
Sanders & Stayman,
l'HANK BUTLElt, Manager,
031 T Street N. W.
13 North Charles Street, llaltlmore.
7 East Hroatl Street, Richmond, Va.
mo whom it hay coxceun.
Tho time lin nrrlvcil when pewona w lio owe
Mils mutt pij theni or lono their credit.
DouottaKo irrcnio when jou receive oil"
notlcee, lint It jnu are nunWo to pay gonnl
mako sumo arrangement with the party joi
owe toward it settlement,
What wo want Is protection for 0'ir mei
chants against that (lass or persons who can,
hut will not, pay their Mil.
'J heso persons who hate failed to mike any
firrauceinent for fettling their bills utter hiiv
Jug hecn properly notlned, will bo reported to
the members of tho .Merchants' Mutual l'io
tectlio Union as unworthy ol credit.
This association embraces merchants, doc
tors, law ers and all other buslnessc, trades
Wo hopo members will send In lists of names
otpcrcons who lute failed to settle or make
nrrongement therefore lit time for our icport,
J. 1). llltOWN, Manager,
Room 15, Central Katlonal Dank Ilulldlug.
III JlaUIng Contracts for RrlckHOrk,
Joseph "W". C1
SIM I' street northwest, wants to adrlsc the
public that he Is still coutracttug tor all brick
Work. 1'romnt attention to woik guaranteed,
JGaston & XtUW',
Comer l'cuusyh unla ni euue and Thirteenth t,
Hove removed to lit Eleventh st.u, v.,
Opposlto Star ODlrc. nnvMlin
OPEN AN ACCOUNT
V 001JS X Oo ,
1100 T street northwest,
BurofsiTH, LOANS, EXUIIANUi;, COU.EC.
We desire to call Special Attention to our
certificates of deposit, Issued and bearlu-J In
lei est as follows, vlr.t
BO days, Interest 3 per cent, per annum.
COiUjs, Interest 1 per cent, per annum,
M dajs, luterest fl per cent, per onnum.
Issued for both large and small amounts.
Hunk open D,qO. Clone J.SO, Uc31m
INVEST youit MONKY
LAIIOI! AND BMALt. SUMS,
l'EOM ?S M' TO J1.000,
THE SOUTIIKRN LAND EXCIIANOIJ.
rroin fit (il) per cent, tip to ten (10) pit ceiv
Interest guaranteed on nil regular Invoitnicnti
Ironi ip per cent, up to a) per cent, giiirni
teed on all stoik and land Imcstmcnts.
Intcstinents may be withdraw i i.taiytlme
npon thirty dayc' notice, with Interest up to
date of w Ithdraw al. ,
THE SOUTHERN 1AND EXCHANOIiT
The object of tho bonthern Land Ktcliinss
Is twofold. rillST, to nrrord Individual i of nil
clauses, rlih and poor allker to sitely Inrcnt
monej In largo or small sumt, ranging from 3
lip to f5,U0(, either by Joining tiio hxchnnge
r.nd becoming n niemhei thereof, or HEUONI),
by Investing through the EMC'IKNOK (.
through an agent) In any on; of tho COMPA
NIES, ASSOCIATIONS or SYNDIC V VV.i rep.
resented by the Eihangi!,th purchaser orln.
Iic',?'J.'!.i'.,r,,''.1.n,t,,nc bcl"S 6'iaranUBj tiy
IN THE roitMIHl CASH any .no may be.
ramus member of the EXCHANOi: by snh.
fcrlblng and paying for not less than Ono nor
more thau Ono Thouianil lNVEiTMHNT
TICKETS, at tho iinltorni rnto of fl per ticket,
'flit so tickets are redeemable by the l'.X
CllAN(IEeier) tbreo month", with a guuran
teei liitcrmt of twelioita) per cent. Persons
holding tlrkets longer than threo months he
come regular stockholders In tho EXCHANtlE,
and iw such ero entitled ton pro talatnttrit
n all profits arising tro.n tmtslilo and inside
Imestmcnts made by tho UXCHANOK. R-g-tilar
stockholdiTs receive dividends quarterly,
und may withdraw nt any llmo upon thirty
'!0) dnjs' notice, and will receive, In addition
to tho amount Imrsted, nil dividends duo them
tip to date of withdrawal.
IN CLASS 11. whero Investuients mo malo
through the EXt'lIANOII In any one of the
COMPANIES, ASSOCIATIONS or HINDI.
CAT bS reprerentcd therein, tho follow Ing rates
of Interest arn guaranteed to Investors:
Six (U) pir cent, to ten (101 per cent, guiran
teed Interest on nil regular Intestments.
Ten (10) tier cent, to twenty (30) per cent,
guaranteed Interest on all stock and Ian I In.
In ever case tho imestor hoi the right to
withdraw Investment, with Intcrct up today
of withdrawal, upon thirty dais' notlcj.
bend for Prospectus.
ramlcna Clt), Roanoke,
Ilrdford City, Norfolk,
Haslc City, l.vnchburg,
lluena Vista, Ulasgow.
THE SOUTHERN I.AND EXCHANGE,
Itt) and UM V street,
Oftlccs ll and 40, Washington, D. C.
ItOBINSON, Cl.AHKK & Co.,
rncllltles for ploclng stock unequaled.
. Kavklng forces tho largest and mot ex-perlcnced.-
. . . dell-tt
V7"EEnHOFP, --.. VUEUHOPr,
A I'd. fl n o - -4..I
Ave. . n n d Si.'
vm II HC-
nf pictures h.
the art stores of
YA. II. Vecrhoir,
who lies all tho new
1 uhllcatlons In IHch-
liigtf, Engravings, Photos
nun Artntjpc-', Water
Color and Pastel Paintings
bv American ond rorclgu
painters, both framed ami un-
fianuil. An Immense line of
Fiamo Mouldings, comprising
nioro than Semi Hundred btjlc.
ull cll ecTectctt mil new, of which
frames are inaih to order to unit
the subject pictured. EiscN,
Placques and real, -made frames
at Low Prices. Agency for
the Soulo Photo Company,
nt No. 19J1 Pennsylvania
avenue, whero u full
Hue uf Artists' Matcrlils
end 1'lno btatlnn.
er.can he found,
I will bo pleased
, to live you call
nboic at an
ill fall In X
TthSt. acel Ma
Vecrhoir. : Pieents.
No. 1000 Pennsjhanla avenue,
Arc now displaying tho largest Assortment
they liai e"ci er otlcred In Decorated Pottery,
Porcelain, Rich Cut Ola-s, Parlor mid Banquet
Lamps of tho most Celebrated makes.
Many Decided Uargulns In these, goods.
rnilE GOODYCAit IIUIHIIIR COMPANY
X wlshea to call attention to their superior
quality of Rubber bhoe and Hoots of all kinds
for every class. Now, Ladles and Gentlemen,
wcuro tlio leading house of this kind In the
city. Cull mid cxainlno prices. GOODYRAIt
IIIIHIIEU COMPANY. doPl lm
MIRER & ROSS,
Eleventh and G streets.
Annomiic the following llargilns lor
ONE WEEK ONLY:
Rogers' Teaspoons , Kc per net
Ordinary Price fl, a per 8 et
btag Handle Carvers, full). guaran
tied , $1.35 per pair
Oidlnory price ifl.Wpcr pair
Crow nl'lutlng Machine ..,..., $K0 each
Ordlnar) price flench
Old llellablo Clothes-wringer $1,1.1 each
Our Entire Lino of KlssoisatlO
Per Cent. Dlsionut.
Coal Hods, 10 Inches Mo
Ordinary prko , 10:
Alt-o n Vull Lino of Gas ami Oil Stoves, l'elt.
Weather Strips, Furniture Huu
dies jnd Michanlcs' Tools.
HAHDWAIIE AND UUTLI.HV,
Opposlto Roston Dry Goods House.
rpo THE I'UHMC.
Having letlicd from the firm of EMMONS &
llltOWN, l tako plcusuro In Infunnlug my
friends and tho piiblju that I can ho found at
my oft'ee, um Tenth street northwest, whe.ro I
am c oudnctlng u general
REAL ESTATE, LOAN and INSURANCE
Prompt and personal attention given to all
matters placed In iiiv hands. Respectfully,
James if. Brown,
. . . . IiOI Tenth street n. w.
Telephone Call, I7J I. nuiA! lm
PROPOS 'I HE STRINGENCY Of TUB
In theeo times of the apparent Inse.
curltyot many scmrltlis, (lis i-hrewil
nndroiiscriatho Imestor Is very apt to
turn to Life Insurance us the hot of all
rafo Investment. Hero nra a tow ot tho
You pay In email Installment.
lou run no risks.
You get from -1 to ."percent, com.
pound Interest, You situro piotec
Your heirs rrcelio tho nmou'it ot
jour polhy should 101 dloiuid jou to
celvoncail) iismuUi again osjoupiy
111 should jou lite until It matuies.
You also reecho this money when
jou may want It most In jour dullu
Ing v ears.
Why hcsltata about miking Buchfi
safe, senslhla and proiltable liiH'st
incntl You cannot do bcuorwtthvaur
juoncy. lau )our llfo Insured.
Tho Equitable Life Assurunco Society.
novS-1 lm lirjtl 1' street n. w.
CHARLES V, DUNCANSo.v.
Corner ot Ninth and D streets northwest,
Attend l'tomptly to Sales ot Eycry
l'URNITUUL', RHIO-A-IHIAC, 8TO0KS,
REAL ESTATE, &(,
Advances Mado and All Hales Settled
M Personal Alteptlon Given flame,
W. 1). JIO'-.ES bONS.
T and r.leienth street", Washington, 1). C.
C3"l'm Pnitfiulsra sse our advertisement In
Iho Evening Slur. dolSIt
Gkorue V iifti'E & Sons'
Vfi Maine avenue.
IIARTEHHD 11 Y CONGRESS 1819.
PEANKLIN INSURANCE CO,
OtWa-hlngton, D. C.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $aH,O00 00
Has nover contested a loss by (Ire, hut alwsjs
mnkes prompt and liberal adjustment).
DR. DANIEL B. CLARKE, Prcst.
Gi:p. E. LEMON, Vlce-Prcst.
C1IAS. S. HRADLEY, Trc.T.
I. l'ENWICK YOUNG, Sec'y.
WILL P. 1JOTELE It, Ass't Scc'y.
- -. CAS CONSUMEltS.
For tho conien!enceot persons living In the
eastern and western stations ot tho city, ar.
rangementa lmio been iiii.de hy which they
can pay theli gas bills durinj hanking hours
NA1IONAL CAPITAL HANK -
WEsT END NATIONAL HANK,
Dills paid after Iho 8th ot each month will
not lo entitled to the discount ot 25 cents per
1,MW cubic feet.
V ASHINGTON GrASLIGHI' Co.
-JTIOR THE Pirili:s.T AND HKsT GALIt'OR.
Jlj nil lnei!, nt tho most rciisonahlo prices,
go to iho Sonoma California Wine Coiun iny,
tin Ninth rticct northwest.
qiHE GOLDEN I'LOWEII,
ROMEO AND JULIE 1',
THE ILLUSTRATED GIP1' DOOICJ
or DIE 8f vsov.
CHOUI.DER CAPE K
Erc'sli Arrlvols In Wool, heal an!
Astrakhan, nt Low.Pflies.
ALASKA SEAL CAPES,
With Persian, Mai ten nnd Mink
hj:al jackets and sacijues,
Lower In Prlco Than They Can Do Had In New
Yoik. 'l'ur Trimming nud
DUNLAP'S NEW YORK HATS.
VV II.LEl-T A ItUOri',
llatteis unci Furriers,
iKXil'q. Ave. ileSlw
'INKATII CLMMR PAID
J IIV T1IU
HI) Tenth street.
E. W. Watts, Porlsmouth, Va ...Sl.OOO
Charles G, Kiebs, till Aew York avc ' LOW
Philip W. Harbin, til fth-st. s. t 1 Itt)
ltcderlik Veilk, 50.) 11th st. , w 9.0JO
Total for November.,.,, ,.,,., ts,0
Total amount paid bcnellclarlc ilnift ur.'itnl
zutlun lu lbTT, -
This Association furnishes puro LltoInur
nnco without Investment features at as low
rnto os is consistent with eately and pennj.
bend for rlirular,
NOIILE 11. LAHNEII. President.
LAWHKNCK G.VIID.NEH, Sccrolary.
,., V:. H' PA,!KH' Assistant becretary.
onicevllli TtoIIi street. de3 (It
10-30 Pennsjlvanla aicnue uorlhwost,
W.ant to odvlso the public tUat Ilrl"Uworl of
Every Description will reecho Prompt Attoa.
tlouot his hands. Holler Settles and linkers'
Ovens n Spoclalty. iiorl-lm
rnim WEST END T
Jr . ... . NATIONAL me
tiii" ' B"n"',oni i
-poll AMEHIOAN WINES 'jja it
Place Your Older Willi tho'
1 oJValon V int. Company,
eju.nllty Guarantee I.
t,I I Koiirtcenth street n, w. novM
ELEGANT LADIES' RESTAURANT,
Corner Tenth mid I' streets.
Theatre Portlts n Speilslty.
elelS-lm Prompt Service. Polite Attention.
The CtitTfc makes Its first nppanatico
beforo tlio imbUo nrr.iycil In now typu anil
willi n new and nuprnprlntc lieail,
It celebrate"! the event by wmllng out
iliousniiJs of HJinple (.iipfts.
, Wc beg (he people) of WiMlitiigtou to
give the sample copy, which they will
lecelvu to-clny, n careful exiimlnatlon mnl
subject it to n fair lomp.ulsoti with other
Tun Ciiitic bns uiisurpnseil fucllltles
forcollcctliit; nuwi. His tho only jupor
vvlthtiwlro direct from the Capitol to its
editorial rooms, it therefore cm give
much later mid fuller news than nny other
Its Society Xewi Is a special feature, and
will make it it welcome vNltor to uvcry
lis "(loveriiment Ocwilp" column gives
the ilny's doings in nil the Departments.
This is a feature of fsjiecial value to all
Iho employes of the Government.
The prico of Tan Crime has been re
duced lo Ihirty cents a month (30 cents),
f-encd by carriers anyw hero in thocKjv
It Is therefore a penny paper to monthly
liubicribirh the only one in Washington.
Tiik CiUTto is the cheapest advertising
medium, and one dollar invested in its
columns will prodtteo greater lesiilts than
can be piodtiteel elsewhere.
If anyone Rupprxcs lli.it Tin: C'riTtois
net going !o Uc'epuinvith tlteproees-iou,
fend in j our names to the office ror sub
scription. Order by telepliono (call L"01-2),
or by postal caul. You will bo promptly
and faithfully seivcd and will get your
money's wotth many limes over.
Ni.wsri.oMTin: Hu.timohk. Tito Xnvy
Department received Information to-day
that tlio llaltimore hud arrived at Speia
audtliatall wits well.
1'um ilvi . Keen tnry Xoble, accompanied
by Jlrs. obIc', left Washington lu.se nigbt
for Columbus, Ohio, to attend tho funeral
of his brother, who died in that city yes
terday. Wijn: rni:i: or Duty. Twenty cases of
Mc-Aleun wines jrissisl tluougli tho ens-tom-Iiouse
at Cirorgctnv n to-day con
signed to Minister Romero. Collector
.Iolins.on explained that thev canto through
free of duty, as do all goods for foreign
XtV.ll TCciTts. Pnsli'll Wllllnm (1
Miller has been otdercitto duty ou the
,Coie-t.Stuvcy I'cbiuarv I not.
Lieuteiiiim . c. aiongson, from tlm
ashlngton Xnvy-Yard, has been ordered
to duty at the Ktivj-Yurd, l'eiHiteol.t, ,
Surgeon D. ST. H.irlulette has been or
dered from duty at tho Naval Homo,
Philadelphia, to duty in connection with
the World's Columbian Imposition.
Cat i.i:n on the I'm smrT. Among; tho
President's cullers to-day were: rJecietary
1'roe tor. Senator Sherman, .Senator Stan
ford, Senator Paddock, Representative
Ocst with Captain J. M. Turnlmll of Illi
nois, Reprcsent.ilivof-'ajcrs with A.ssi.stuut
Artorncy-(ieutr.il Hanhon of Tovns, and
Carter, Cnitii and Atkinson, Colonel J'lovd
1 niri.sou, department I'ommanclcr (J. A,
It., New York, witli Ciiituiu A. T, Decker
and J. I,. Kllgore of New Yoik, Ilepto
seiitntius Mavon, Wil-ou, Wiishlng'oii,
and J. I,. Wil-on,
AitJiv Onnnts. Hy dlicetion of tlio rf.'C
rctaiy of Wur Post Chaplain John I)
Parker is relioicd funn dnl ut I-'ort Hob.
Iiisoii, Nebraska, and will u-pnrt to the
toiiimanduigollltcr, Tort Itowic, Arlou.t
Terrilory, for duty nt that station.
Itydltettion of tho rieeietary of War a
board of olllccrs is appointed to meet, at
tho call of thu pii'-slcient theieof, nt Van
couver Darracks, Washington, for thu ex-
animation ot fsucti onuers as nuy lio or
dei ecl before ltto determine their Illness
lly direction of the Seeielnry of War
Corjioriil James V, Adams, liattorv'C, Tii-st
Artillery, now- lu tlio custody of tho civil
nuthoiitles, will bo dlscbarged without
character Irom tlie nervleo of tho United
States as of thu dato of his arrest by tlio
civil aitthoiltles, by tho commanding
oillcerl'urt Wadswoith, New York. Hav
ing eulistcil under f.ilo pretences ho Is,
under paragraph 1510 of (lie Regulations,
not entitled to pay or allowances and Until
statements, except for deposits or detained
pay, shall not bo furnNlusI him,
Adjutant-General Keltou has issued
Kcnciat orders amending paragraphs -"Jt
und 311 of tho Regulations, " '
2)1. Tim band fund is raised in tho
mode prisciibi'd in paragraphs 233 and
311, Contilbullonsfor thosiuimirt of the
bund from prlvnto bourees will botaken
tij) in tho account citiront.
Ill, Profits accumulating after thu
charges for thu above-named and other
liko purposes shall have been piet, an I a
rcseriafimdsullklcut to cover nil autlel
lilted canteen expenses for at least ono
month shall havo been set apart, will lio
disposed of as lollows: Ten per rent, will
bo paid Into tho band fund, if a band bo
fcening jittho post, and tho remainder
will bo distributed among tho companies
and detachments contributing to thu can
teen, ticcorellng to tho mean strength
present of each, oxcliinUo of the sick and
ihopilioners. Tho amounts thus received
will bo used nud accounted lor a-i pre
scribes! In paragraphs LIU, 201, 301 and
302. '1 ho division of profits w 111 bo mad"
ut tho cud of evciy ipiarter, or oltener if
deemed advisable by tho canteen council
and t oiuinandlng olllcer; hut no distribu
tion of profits shall bo mado unless the
canteen is absolutely freo from debt. A
division or tho cash resources of tho can
teen, nftcr all debts shall havo been laid,
will also bo mado whenever tho troops or
a lHirl of them, being ciwtilbutors tu tho
canteen, emit their station nt tho post, in
Which event nodeductlou ou account of
a rcseno fund shall bo mado from tho
bhare of tho troops to be withdrawn,
the rontTii day op tiik tiiiai. ok
PRANK K. WARD.
Many Men nf Many Minds Kxiinilued nt to
Their (liiiillllciillons ns Jurymen 'flip
(!o eminent t'.xliun'ts Its I'lvn Phil
lenses Hie Defense Ilns Sereral Left.
After thu dose of Tub Ciiitic's reptirl
yesterday of the Waul trial, tho shly
talesmen dniwn on Thunday wero ex
hnustisl w ithoitt securing a jury. Tho do
feit'o hnd itscsl twelvo of I heir twenty
peremptory challenges mid the (lovorn
mtnt tbreoof its five. Tho Court ordered
that sixty mora talesmen sliould be drawn
and summoned to appear In court this
moinliigiit 10 o'clock.
This morning a watchman was stationed
at the Cilniinal Court, mid, to every per
son who entered. Inquired: "Aro you a
juror?" Tho answer generally iwciveel
was "Well, I hate been summoned."
Tho juror was then carefully conducted lo
n seat within the bar by tho attentive
official. They begun to drop in by twos
and threes, nnd Mini tho seats allotted to
them vx?rc filled with ti body of represent i-ivciltli-ens.
Aiming them were rich and
Influential mm nud poor, haul-working
day laboreis. Some bad iippurently Just
renched their majority,. while hero and
there was an old gentleman whose ngo
would exempt him lrom-iurv duty.
Many ot them came with iipparent uii
willingness, but the court olllelals w'ero
cry hopeful of obtaining tlio requited
number of men from among them.
Tho crowd of spectators that assembled
at 10 o'clock w as, lomnn hut smaller than
Hint of yesterday, probably owing to tho
c-xpeitntlon of another day of tedious
struggling for n jury.
Shortly after 10 o'clock Chief Justice
Dingbam took his sent and the court was
opened. Ward cam Ing bis overcoat on
his mm and bis hat in hiindsoon nic ired
and took Ills customary seat behind his
Justice Itingham called attention to tho
fact that (Jeorgo (hint, the colored Janitor
of the (U'eirgtiow n Medical College, had
been drawn ou tho jury, nnd thut Dr.
Lovejoy of tho college had stated that his
absence front his Hitinn would bo a
Fcrlous inconv enlenco to tho college. Tho
Doctor requested thut O'nnt might bo ex
cused. The Court said that be would regtcl
very much lo intonvcnieiico tho college,
but under the circumstances he could not
excuse him without the consent of
Mr. WiNou said that since .Mr. Hunt was
ahcadyscitnl in thu jury box It would
seiiouslv embarrass the case, but left tho
lcsponsibillty with the prosecution.
District Attorney llogo did not Compre
hend why the responsibility of excusing
a juior should rest on the prosecution. I
Since Judge llogo did not desire tn take
ho fcponsibillty Mr. Wilson relieved
him or Iho dllllculty nud excused tlio
juror on tho pait of the defense.
'J hero being already a vacancy on the
jury the clerk- was instituted to call a
talisinun to 1111 the vacancy before Mr.
(lant was eve used. The first juror culled
from the new panel was IMward Alls-JV'rtJ'-
lie was sick, feeble, and nearly
blind, lie wits excused w Ithout examina
Vltc two next talesmen called, Patrick
Inscou and llemy ( . Thorn, weie re-
too sick to aitenn coutt,
certificates were piesentcd
to that eireel
John C. Siiilngni.ui was then called.
Ho iinswcicd nil questions satisfactory,
but stated that some. v ears ago lio had re
ceived n sunslioke, and since that time
has hud such n bail memory thut ho was
frequently unable to recollect the name of
his best friend, lie was exempted on that
I.eon.ud (1. Spencer was acquainted
with both Waul and Adlev. Mr.
Spencer answoied ull question satisfac
torily and wns seated us u competent
Anton lroitmullcrwns then called lo fill
the vacancy kit by Mr. (lant. Ho hail
lormed such a decided opinion that his
services were declined bv the Court.
Philip Simiison.au elderly larnier liv
ing cm the (Jood Hopo Ho.ul, had no de
cided opinions lu the case and was sealed
Tho uovernment then used its fointh
challenge by excusing .Mr. P. Cr.iwfoid
lrcnn the jury box.
Albeit P. Myers then tool; the stand for
examination. He was louud competent
and took his seal.
Thopancl being full, tho ile'fcnse exer
cised their right of challenge by excusing
Joseph IT. Oibbons was next called. Ho
und no opinion In regard to the ease, but
had heard thoiopoit of the jitnl shot
when Adler was wounded by Ward In tho
Marble saloon. Ho was an cmplojo of
the District Government and thought that
ho should bo excused, as his absence, would
scrlouslv affect the interests of tho Dis
trict. Ho was excused.
Charles C Clo.tkey had opinions elo
riveel from reading newspajiers, but had
no bias for or against tho eleloiulaiit. Ho
did not know Wind personally, but said
that ho hud Known tlio name of Prank
Ward almost ns long as ho had know u his
Judge Wilson contended that ajmor
who would go into the box with an opin
ion HxVd in his mind by nowspipct ni II
clcs wns clearly incompetent. Thu test
was not that tho juior say.s ho will act no-ecu-ding
to evidence after ho got Into tho
box, but it is the opinions with which lio
gees Into the Juty box.
Mr. Wilson did not desire to oxcuse Mr.
Cloakey purlkulaily, but wished thu
question of newspaper imlnloiis or Im
lucsslons to be decided. It tho ovlileuco
in thecaso couesnonds with .tlm nni.
liaper articles, ho said, nnd the Juror has
based his opinion on tho truth of those
articles then ho goes into the box, with his
mum uircaity ueterniuiceiitpon n xeullct.
Ho was not making this otiposlliou to .Mr.
Cloakey because ho thought tills optulon
wusudveise to tho defense, but because lu
tho behalf of jtistlio a juror should go
Into the box without any opinions what
ever concerning the cae.
Mr. Cloul.ey was then lurther examined
by the I met Justice. Ho would change
his opinion it thu facts were dlffeient,
but II the facts weio tho same as the opin
ion lio hud formal, of courso ho would
not change it, unless counsel, lu their ar
gument, presented very strong reasons
why he should do so, After considerable
questioning and discussion Mr. Cloakey
wns finally excused.
John Joy Ildson was excusud being n
member of the bar,
James It. Kitchen, an cx-llreman on a
Potomac Iugbo.it, had read tho newspaper
accounts of the tragidy nud bad an opin
ion that it would require oviileiicoto re
move. He lives in (Jeoigctown, and
fctatcd to the (Joint that ho Juul to be lu
constant attendance at the side of his sick
mother. Ho was excused ou that ground.
I.oiingChappcl, belli;? over 01 years fo
ope, was exempted.
Janus 11. Hill, a coloiod man, who is a
teacher hi the manual training demit
luent of the public schools, was next
cnllesl. Ho thought that his absence
would Injuio the public iutcicsts, and was
Itobctt D, Weaver was excused on no
count of a very dee idi'd opinion.
MorilsSouMiidso had such strong con
victions that the Com t ilecllncd to accent
his ben lees.
Joscjih S. Worlhlngton was uoxt called.
Ho hud no fixed opinion, and was seated
ns n competent Juior.
Tho dofonso challenged Leonard CI,
Charles H, Pickling, who had very
Ftrong opinions, was called to fill the
xaenncy, but was excused on account of
William Druhlor was found to bo a com
intent Juror, but win immediately chal
lenged bv the defense.
A illlam D, Carson was excused on ao-1
count of nu opinion that his conscicrici
would not permit him to change.
'Iho next Juryman called i mitral con
siderable surprise, lis he knew nothing nt
nil about tho ciio. He was a little in in
In a big overcoat nnnitsl John ('riiuntci.
"Where havo you been within the last
two vcars?" nsked Mr. Clngget,
"lit llrightwood." was the reply.
Mr. Cronoleo not having re id flie news
papers was considered n competent Juror.
'iho defcii'li then challenged I'hlllp
Samuel l,ee, n sinlllng little nian, witliti
gray beard nnd bald bend, was called, and
excused on nccotmt of a llxtsl opinion that
it would require veiy "wide'1 evidence, he
said, to remove.
lalwnid 11. Hughes was In as decided a
frame of mind as his Immediate predeces
sor, and was likewise excused.
Daniel Praser. a (loveinmcnt cou
lrnctor connected with the lltliogiaphle
work of the Patent Olllce, was excused ou
account of his position,
(Near llerkely, the next talesinui
called, had formed nonsimpcr opinions,
llnlind a conscience that would trouble
him If he served ou the jury and was
After excusing Mr. llerkely, a recess was
taken until ItIO o'clock.
Wken Ihe Wardlr:.il was rc.simic.1 this
nflcrnoon it vvasevliIentthattlinaltninevH
for the (I'overnuienl were hopeful ot olj
tirfnlng a jury, ns tlio defense bad lint four
challenges left, nnd the prosecution one;
which It exhausted by challenging Arthur
Pumphroy. William C, Peake was ac
cepted ns competent.
nitOVMi BNIiKU TUB WHKI'.I.S.
A l'lilluillililnii Jli-ets Ili-nth In n Hor
Piiil.vm:t.riin, Dec. 13. Wllllnm frau
ds Cregar of 2.'H5 Vennngo street, was
killed last night ncafllohneiburg Junction
by a fall from the Now York and Wash
ington pasengor train, due here at 0-15.
Tlio exact natuie of his full, whether
purely accldenfnl or of n suicidal nature,
is u point In doubt. The train had Just
rms-scd the station al Holmesburi; Junc
tion, when it was discovered Hint Cregir
hud In some manner fallen under the
wheels, where he was ground into frag
ments. Tho train was immediately
Mopped, nnd everyone ran to the rescue,
but it was too late, for tlio man had been
killed instantly. His head was com
pletely severed from his bodv, ns were
also both his legs, while Hie 'bodv was
so badly mushed and cut as to have lost
its sbnpe entirely.
In his xie'k( is were found n card case,
from which was obtained his name anil
nildrcs; knife, kejs, some small change
and an accident insurance pollcv for
O.OOO, good for one dav nnd dates! De
cember 12, lo'V. This jioliey leads to tho
theory of suicide, though thenititreof
the fall is more thut of Occident. No one
on the train seems to have noticed any
thing at ull peculiar about Crogar'uti' lions,
forhesat quietly leading a magazine nil
the way from New York and seemed to
take no Interest lu what was occurring,
niHllhoiullri'udoIllci.ils think tint who-i
(he train slackened siecd in pis-dng Hie
station he title mpted to get oft and Miorlen
the dMuneo lo his luuue by taking n
stieet-car ncai the junctlonfnnd lu his ef
fort to step off lie slipped between the
cars, or rathei the slops, and wasgioitud
to pieces. Ciegar was about It) j ears old
and was a veiy large man, being fully six
fed tail and weighing about J0 pounds.
Ho was diessod lu a dark business suit,
wlthllBbtfiverco.it. Tho whole niseis a
mjstervtoboth the juillco and the rail
'10 mitjm: a SlIIIKR.
1 lie- Clinks' Mills Itf-ir-siiititlo Will
31,''! tin- sjilmurs.
Ni.w Yoiik, Dec. 13. Thiro me indi
cations that the strlko In Chirks' gie.it
thieud mill will be settled shortly. Por
Iho first time in IholiNteiiy of tho eutei
prlso tlio chief olllceisof the concern li'iivo
eonsentid lo confer with at. outsider.
Anthonv Mocire, secretary of the National
Association of Mill Spinners, arrived xej
terday and sent word that lie would liko
an nuillenec wltli the olllccrs of tho com
pany. Much to the surpilsu of the
stiikustburequestisas cranial and Mr.
Moore hud a formal ciinl eiTtice with thu
Clarks which lasted for ball an hour.
Mr. Monro expressed himself well satis
fied with the coufeience, and said that it
wns understood that mutters should re
main as they are until Monday, when (ho
grievances with tlio strikers will bo pre
M'litcd and considered. Mi. Moore says
iimi ii wiiij- cum oi me spinners' com
plaints are tine tin buvo Just cause for
uction, und that they wouliUie suiiporled
by the National Association during tho
idiitfATioN ovr.it a niitpsi:.
Willow mnl Vutlipr ut I.iiKKi'ilii'tiils
Ili'Kiiiillug n lliiilnl I'liic,.,
Mvi.tim) I'littiv, Ohio, Dec. 13. An In
teresting yet strange law suit, set for a
iiuuinijni ri. iiairsviiio iiiursil.iy, was
continued until Peliutmy owing to tho
illness or the defendant. .Mr. David P.ul:
died several years ago and ids body was
buried in Walnut (irove Cemetery. Mrs.
Park wits mnrried to J.unes K, Watson,
a piomincnt New York atlomey Hear
ing that n strict was to bu opened up
through thiucmelery and that It would
pass through the, lot of tho Park f.imllv,
Mis. Watson made preiurnlliiusto remove
the body of her first husband to Iliver
view Cemetery David Park, father of
the deceased, objected, saying that Ids son
had tdwavs exmessod adi-sire to bo buried
beside his brother, who wns killed in tlio
oi my. Mrs. Watson Insisted ou the n
ninvnlnnd had the body disinterred and
taken to lllveivlew lemderv. Mr. Park
then biought stilt for thcieeovery of the
body. Ablo lawyers are employed on
both sides, and much interest is mani
fested in thu case.
Dusliit-ss 'iilluie-s In (Lunula.
Momhlvi, Dee. U J. M. Ditclicnu .v.
Co., dry-goods merchants of Quebec, have
been compelled to assign ,y reason of tho
failure of 'lhlli.iiule.iu llrothers. Tho
liabilities are l.itge.
Seveial small lailuns are reported here,
iho Ditn-Wlman agency hero icports a
(onslderalilulncriMsoln fiiiluresln Canada
during tho last quarter ns ceiiutJiiisl with
the same period Inst ve.ir.
The owners; of tfio Dominion Cotton
Mills Company, which now controls all
mills In Cauudn, decided yesterday to sell
out. An ad mice in cotton may ho looked
for, ns the mills havo lost iimncv oi late.
llallii-r u Cost 1) liiusli,
Ciuliinel Ilranson, n Ueurgi'towii col
ored nian.-whilo walking along tho stieet
vesterduy afternoon, louldnot resist tho
temptation to steal a ten-cent blacking
brusli from in trout of Thomas Kerw Ill's
stoic. He said he thought sumo ono had
dropped it there, and if he did not pick
It iipsomo one elso would, llranson i, a
hind woil.ing man and has never been
arrested before. His story, howoicr, cost
him &, the line Imposed in addition to
uu attorney fee nf thu same amount.
Until riile-iigu Highlit!) unit,
Cituu.o, Dec. 13.-Owcii Daley, tho
cashier of W. P. Jtende, tho big coal mer
chant, was assaulted last evening by foot
pads on Kmerald street nud robbed of ?lt)0
in ciish und sev oral small checks No duo
to the thieves has so far been obtained,
1 1n- Newnilv's Tilul Til p.
I.nwis, )n , Dec. 13-Tho now United
States cruiser Now ark passcsl uptho river
last night fiom her trial trip without stop
ping tit tho breakwater.
IsBcitiTUly Wimhim's Titii'. Secretary
Winuoitt went over to Philadelphia Irom
Washington yesterday and after spending
thooyeniiigwilh Postmaster-General Wnn
uii"hh' .left for New York, where ho will
WHAT II flOINO ON IN Till! Old)
Mlilniel Davltt's Iteieiitlnn at Kilkenny.
Dillon ami O'llilcnSiill fiie-Pnils for n
Conference With the liMi l,e.nlci-j.
News fiom Oilier CnjiItnN.
Nr.w Yoiik, Dee. l:!. The Irish envoy,
Mr. Win. O'llrlen und T. P. Gill, sailed
this moriiiug on thesteainshlpObilam for
Itoulogne, wlicuee they will proceed ti
Mr. Timothy Harrington, another or tha
enveijs, s,,e,l on thoCunard stc.iiner An
I.OM10:., Dee. 1.1 Tlio Hilt Mall f.'.i-.
tills morning my: "The question Is 11.1t
wliitlicrPurnell Is mud, but whether the
Irish pnlrlols urc niaudlln,"
The paper vigorously urges that tlierebe
no more pallerlng or falleriiig ou tlio part
of thenntl-Parnellites. '
'Iho Tili'itajih has a lelegintu from
Messrs. Dav lit and Ilealy, who are now In
was of the most entbtisla,vtle duserliitlou.
Dun ix, Die. 13. The .tyi-rn. In an
article commenting upon the prompt 11 1
lirtirnmvof Mr, Paruell before thu people
of Ireland anil his nrtlvitv in organizing
hs campaign-, eolioliides with tliixiticstieui.
"W lu-re is Justin McCartliv'.'"
Kll,K.v, Dcv. 13. Michael Davlttaud
hlstompanlous, on their arrival atCjstle
('omer, weiemct by a torchlight prnc-us-s
011. w deli hud been arranged in lionnrnf
llieillstlngiilIied visitors. Their reception
was marked by the display of great en
thusiasm. Tho only counter ilenioiist ra
tion was niuile by a straggling, howling
mob of young lads.
Mr. Harry O'JIrien, the original Paruell
itocjnilldjto for tho House of Commons
from North Kilkenny, has delivered m
nihlress here. In the course of his remarks
Mr. O'llrien de-claied that the only leader
for the Irish party is Mr. Painell.
I.OMU.X, Dec. 13. Pnglish attention is
diverted to some extent even fiom the
Irish qu.iricl by the thienlenlng news
fiom Lisbon and i.'ast Africa. Dispalches
from Lisbon state that the imjmlnr excite
ment theie is iueieiishig, nnd that the
mlnisteryis lapidly losing eoutiol ofar-fali-s,
the Government's only course being
to drift withthotlde or resign. Yoluntcers
are offered by the hiinilieds to fight thu
HritMi intruders, and the news thai the
Portuguese ling had been hauled down at
Mutnuis Kraal caused a frenzy ot excite
ment. Later explanations between the
satlsfielory, but liiivoiiotallajesllliefecl
Ings of Iho Portuguese ic-odf, and unless
I oid Sallsbuiy can induce tho British
South Africa Company to withdraw their
forces, an African wnrseems certain, with
Pnitiiind and the lompanyns the com
iHtiuiN nnd tho eompiiny.lms behind It
the Iliitlsh iHipuIuHoii in all tho South
Afiliiiu lolonies, now the favorite resort
of ailw-ntuiers, ol whom thcio arintd to
be tlioiisamls roaming about without em
plov nient. I be company lias large llnii'i
dal lc-sources, ami can enlist all the men
t ilesius. fJaut Hrilnlli, on thu other
liniiel, has no trocqis who might bo nddeil
o the eoiiqiany's foiccsiu tliedi-imled
territory, and the sending ol 11 special ex
pedition would ).".i. very cxpun.'-i. nfijiir.
V l''-hi-s,lairi; i.elxlcc-s stnUithal tile bo
trothal of Prime I'cnlluuiid, heir to the
lluoneol lloumania, and Marie, daugh
ter of the Duke of LMInburgh, is
viewed with nilxesl reelings. Tho niosiiec
live bride Isnicce lo the Czar and only l"i
jenrs of age, but it is ft-atcd that her llut
1M1 1 iilcrnily unit training will outweigh
, r """'"I'oHiHdioni ami that thniuar
r.'igewlllruther strengthen thoantl-llus-siini
attitude ol the royal liotisu (,r Unit
mtinlii, nlteuily counedal by blood with
the Linpeior id Gerniauj aniUhe ruling
bouse of Guilt llrltiiin
A singular feature nt Lmd WmiMey's
Join in ItiIiind, ns eomiiiniuler-iu-elilerof
the ilritisli troops, js thut bo Is beset with
lietitious fiimi tho residents ot IrNh towns
in which truoiis urositii.itcsl, not to with
draw the men, It being thu Millevof tlio
Irom tho sninll garrisons nnd concentrate
them in tholargueentrcs. Thlslsdeseride
by the people whoniu tube deprhed of
the trnde which the pre-enee of the mili
tary glve them.
Something of. 1 mvsteiy is being made
or the death or Sculptor llochm, though
nothing Is known tn the public to lead to
any other stnijiosillon than that his sud
den taking oil was due lo natural causes.
Ihe physicians who were culled in after
the Princess I,oulo discovered the eoiiise
maintain s,.nU. as to tho condition in
Which they found the bodv, and thu ser
vants also 1 eftt-e to talk on the subject, A
corouci's Inquest will bo held,
Alujor llogle, one of the hemes of the
India iniillnj of 1 8T7, died to-dny at shot-
jiinic-. inieii uicijiiiiuirsgniu was tiiown
inouJiili :"), ltOT, llogle, theuujoung
lieutenant, stormed tho jnussago with a
handful ed men and oieucd the wav for
"H1,"-,' luivf. 1, !,-, u JI1I1.1U11 lUUC
lie escaped with a seveio wound. He rc
ccivislthe Victoria ( rerts for his gallant
Thescoport villages of Saint Mulo and
Giaiiville, I lame, are congested with mis
tletoe en lotite Ten Jliijlund to furnish the
usual Chilstmns and holiday sutiil of
Hint ludisiK'Usable nrtlclo to tho voting
folks of Ilrlluln The amount gaihered
in the south ol Piaiice this ve-ar has been
JIINKKn WILL Itrri'ltX 10 WOltK.
'llie AI11I11111111 StiiliK Ainlealilv M'lllol,
Hill till' Mi'H IIiiIiiimI Niillilne,',
lllhMiMiiivvr, Alv.,Dcc 11 News came
In from the mines jesletilaj which loath
to tho belief that the strike Is practically
over and that the men will go lo work on
Monday. President 1 oiiuolly of the
United Mine Workers' Association has
been Iltcd by 11 eonnnltlee from the
mines, undnli niectlng will be held at
t ho lllue Creik minis to-day. It Is stated
authoritative Ij that terms have ln'cu
agrees! iqKin bitween the inlnirs.ind tlio
I In Hid lien Cuiiipaiiy, nnd the meeting to
day is lo give the miners' committee an
opportunity to explain matters tothe men.
'Iho strike was based on Ihonttlun of tlio
lliiiilell Hen minors audit they return to
woik till the olbeii will lollow. The men
will utum to woik, It U said, on about
tho Mime terms on which they eitiit.
Too lliotlie-is l,,it at ,sea.
Aslll.VMi, Wis., I),.,. ,5 J. I", Seolt of
tills pluco rcceivesl inttlligenco last night
that his two brothers, Captains Prank and
Tom Scott, weio both lost ut sea Noveut
be;r 211. '1 hey left Itoston w Ith it schoonor
vvhirh they had purchaseilleir the Hay ot
I'liudj totukeatai-goof lumber to South
America, ineounlcied n huuionno and
the wiei Lugo picked up makes It almost
certain thut the schooner was lost.
A Jlunlerei's Plight.
Pvi.is, Dit 1.!, V letter leciilvotl here
iioin the l'lemh Anarchist Dolubriigoru
sajs tlint Padlewiskj, the man who Is
charged with having assassinated the Uus
sian lmlleo ngent, General Selhetskoll, nt
tho Hotel ele Undo on November IS, was
by the wilier asslstisl to escape across tho
As soon us ho found himself beyond
I'Toueli Jurlsdlitlim l'adlewlsky was as
sisted in michlngTrioet safely. Ouhlanr
lival thete he was plaeisl ouboanlofn
steamer bound for South Aineiican poits,
(liitlllir of 11 Million Dollar l'lie,
Pini.viii.ntn.Dec 13. .Yills)utdifiom
Pottslowti l'a , savs that a block of eight
laigo store and Hindis; u badness oIUum
In tlw venter of thu town were dcstroyeel
bv ftro curly this morning Tho loss Is
estimated, at nearly a quarter of a iniUlon
Till'. IOIIT SMITH TltAHHIlV.
Iletnlls or tlio Mtmlt-i- or l'l I'oisum
I'.v mil .iiipiiii mill jin Miiieiiie.
1'oirr SiiiTif, Ark . Dcc.'l.). The delaiU
of Ihe horrible ttagesly In which six pjr
Mins were killed Wednesday evening bar
Just rem hex! here At r o'clock I! (..
Caldwell, n prominent farmer, wnsdrlvliig
heme hum this cltv, and when about Tour
miles out wns Inlerceptesl bvn young man
liiuiml Hill Jopllu, nrmisl with a shutiin.
About this time nn old man came idons
riding a miiy. Joplln ordcied him to get.
ofl, but lieelld not eoinplj iriuiiptly nud
Ihe mnu shot him twice, blowing lb
whole top of his head off. Tliemurtlerpr
thin rode In Jenny l.ind and entering tho
store of Dr. Stewart shot him deul.
Prom Stewnri's he went to tlm home of
.1111111 . inner, a quarter 01 n nine illM'im
1' ,M,,,. SIMI.. .1., r. ,.
Pilldilig Miller ,011111 dlsliiiion from Ihr.
..,,ii-e-, ,,u fn,n 111111-iiuiriiiiiv vvoiiiiueii
him. llelhi'ii prm ceiled tothelioiiseiuitl
slu.t Mrs. Miller in thu stomach and thru
killed Miller's daughter, nftcr which
he blew his ow 11 bruins out, just ns u passu
of nu 11 who had bioiisuni!iioneelcamcu
-Miller Is dead, nnd it I- ald .Mr-. Miller
cannot recover, Jopllu has been at work
Kt .leniiv Und. where he Tell in love with
lines Miller, whom be mtirileretl. Ho wn.s
In tliecitj Wcslnesday with the girl forlbe
liitniosuuf ninrrv'iiiR her hut her father
folowed and pievenlisl the (eremonr,
taking ids dnugliter home with him.
Jopllu fedlowed them out later, and,
thinking Dr. Stew nrl had somethingto d.i
wltli bmil.ingtiptbe inuleh, killislbim.
Hie old man lie klllisl ou the prulrlo tlrst
turned out to be A. L. Dull or llutchlu
3ll'IIIli:i(KI) IIV MOO.SXHI.VHRs!,
A Urpntj Ifnltril .Stiil)..XIuilinl'sJ)r.irt
Unity 1'oiinil In 11 l.nnilirr Camp.
Itoiia, Mo Dee. PI. Deputy .Uniteil
States MaHiid II. M. lloperhusbc-cii mur
dered in Texas County, Mo. l.ist Thurs
day liojier left Holla lor a point forty
mill 1 south r,r (his place lo arrest illicit
distillers. He wus to be gone Iwn
das. estei-day a boy rode int.,
Holla nud annouiiced thut llopor'ti de.nl
body had been round in a lumber cnmt
wltli the head cut 11IT. The head wu
sevcicdcleisely rroin the bodv as though
ik.no witli 11 broad-.ixe. 'Iho ground
mound tho place where the b sly was
round gave evhli in es id n severe struggle,
going In show that Itoper had defended
'Hint portion nf tlio State has become;
notesl as Ihe homo of the ltald KnobbeM
niidtheicsoit of the worst class or des
peradoes, Dejuity I'nitcd states .Marshal
I'rutey, or tho 1 ity. conllrms the news nt
Hoiei's murder. Hos.iidit had nut been
made public on acmuut of his desire tt.
make . 1 still hunt for the mtuderers. A
men naniisl Lane, a mnoiHihiei, lias been
arris-ted. A posso U in search of thoiiuu
elticrs. no.Mixric ixri'.LH'irv.
A I'liliiutouii llnciin Clini-cil Willi iie
si'rlliig Ills Wile.
I'M'MitiS, l'v Dec. 13 Dr. .1. H.
Abntms ed this place was before the court
jcilciday ehnrgid witli deserting his wife,
daughter nf William II. Miller, a incrch-int
cd this 1 lac c. The parlies were piomincnt
in seciity, and when tiev seuiratisl in
September and Alinims notifies! the public
not to give here reslil, it )iriiiluccsl a sensa
tion. Alirams to-day alleged cxtrai ag-iuee,
and snid that lio frequently hud tu bor
row money Irom Ids lather togtvutold
wife, who speU ;i nxkiewdv.
Abrnms sfntisl that he was willing In
live with his wire again, but she told thu
judge thut she could novel love nor re
spect him again nnd would not live with
him. She said he abued her, anil one.
night, when sin, had toothache, begot
his dental tools and during the operation,
whin she flinched under tho paiii, lm
struck her two he.tv.v blows in ihe face.
She said he had nu ungovernable temper,
and that since tho birth of their child he
had him wm-solhaii before
'Ihe judge ordered Ahr.11111 topivHU
pel week toward the Mippiut of his" wife!
and e hlld, ami put him mulct 5I 000 bonds
for such performance
AN INDIAN oi'tiii:i:ai;.
louse, bo shot nnd-iuortally woiiiiiled
i;iimt(.ii i:nuiigi.iiii.iii iii'tweeii itiiitmt
JStiiti's 'I roups noil llimtlli-,..
Ni.w YenlK, Die. 13. A special to the
yiinW fiom llupld Clt), S. 1)., says a
eomier fiom the camp of twotriiii)is of
tlio.Sl.xtli Cavalry, stationed ut South Pork,
Cliejeiiiie, s.ivs a s.puivv man uiuiiol
Itider brought llieiepnrtto thecomiiiand
ingollkcrth.it there bud beeun bloisly
encouiiti'i rour miles north of Pine Itlehu
Agency between the Pulled Mates trooiw
and some four or live hundred Indians
under Kicking Hear, nud that a number
had been klllcslon both sides. The In
illans wereiut to niut und u largo litim
ber captured, hie hiding Kicking IJeir.
A cinirlerfiom the mouth ol tiioPreuch
tiiiksuvstliat the latest niithentio re
potts trom Ciipiidn Wells are that a largu
parly of Indians ntl.ukeil eighteen men
fotii miles below the creek vcstenliy nf
teuioon. Seveial were wounilesl, mid It
Is thought four Indians were killed. An
ciigugiuiint is expected witli the hostlles
this morning near Dattle ( ink,
'KHlK P0-.s!K.ssov or 'nu; TOWN.
Iliiiiil.i-n llonglis Kim 11 Mtlln(. Vlllngp
In Suit 1 Ik him in s.
I.iwimon, Mk, Dee 1 I. , gang or
diiiiikin rallrond lalinrei-s took possession
of Ihe town of Phillips Thursday. Help
was nsked lor Irom I'ainiingliaiu mnl
when It ainved the men had captured i
betel und were lighting .imiiiiglhemsidves
using knives und innis fievli . Leihui by
the olllccrs rrom Kiiimlnghum, tlio citi
ens nttmked tho rcuighs. After .1 hard
light eight of the men were handcuffed
nun iciKisi up. me others left town
.sLAMILI) HKIi LOVKU's, HIl.VI) 01
Mi III SI n Was In 11 I'lii) Till Moml mill
tin- .liuj Hi llexcil Her.
Atlvntv, (iv , Dec. 1.). Pannle ( lum
hciluiu, the negro woman who cut ofCthe
head ed her lover, Picne Wiight, with
one slash of the razor, was soutenasl to
life In the penltentlar.v vestutilay, Her
l'ha that she was lu a pliivful moisl and
elite rlulnesl no nuillee was aeieplisl bvtho
'leu Vi.us fin T111I11 IColililna.
( l.MINWn, Onto, Dee 11 John Woods
was vcslorday sontmced in the Pinted
States c 0111 1 at ( 'ov iugtoii, Ky., to ten v ..irs
imiulsonment riirnttempted Iraln robJ.eri
lu tompany wltli some pals he boarjlisl u
I.ouisv ille ami Nashv die train nt I'.ast lk:
tier Slutlnn, Tinn., and utluukisl fMn,
llerk Noniswith a revolvet. Nowi te
sisled, and the tolibeiB Irul tu jurat li ,.a
the train. Ijiter, Woods nnd III ur, s v
weieurrefctcd for theei line. Norn- , ,,
titled Wee ds
A 1 11111I1111 lhul.vl rul.
NhW Yoi'K, I ev l.'t. A private entile
iiUpiilch from London uuuniiuue chr
fullure theie of 11, P.lliott, a btnker with n
largo iKulo in Ameiii-nti lailwHy soein
th. The liabilities are said In be Iumv i ,
Aiiieiicnu soeuritles have bleu toui.
wliut atlisted lu thu Loudon iniirliett in
. 1 ,i 1
Cinivleli'il iifn Uruliil .Vs,hiiI.
PiuviUTii, N. J, Doe. 1" -.bun,
Hiulis, Iho coaehnuui who drme I'm - -dent
Harrison thiough this city ou the oc
cnslon of tho Wnsbingtiiu Centeuiiwl, was
touvieted yosteriluy of 11 verv brutal is
sault on Miss Annie O'lliuu, agist ,. n
w ill bu sentenced to-daj ,
llet I I'll liy I'll't',
I visiiTi, 1m, Dcs l'l - rim town of
Waterford, Ave mlleM 1101th of this cltv,
was oluuist wlicd out bv lue jwterelav.
Ihe loss U cry lai-ge, but la well Uttutca.