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30 Oonts a Month.
Help Wanted and Sitiialioiu Wanted
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"WASKLNTSTON., B. C, TUESDAY i3V13MX, ECKtU I-I? Hi, J 8110.
PrtlCK TWO CENT-t.
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KiC'AI. WKATlllUt l'OIIKCAST.
Viv'tH Iflttillt nf Oa'umbla,' DMnne,
jIAirjnwi, anil I'ligtntitrntii oi'unov; ri?(--';
Hhnlit'Hinisrt uoWer Wnlatttlny nlylit
T!HE name of ROBIN
SON, PARKER- & CO.
upon the hanger of nny gar
ment is a guarantee of its
RELIABILITY, as we do
not "handle any cheap, trashy
clothing and permit no
goods to leave our establish
ment that are not up to the
HIGHEST standard of ex
cellence in all the essential
points of fabric, trimmings,
style, fit and workmanship.
We cannot be too EN
THUSIASTIC about our
stock of medium and heavy
weight OVERCOATS, as
their equals cannot be found
READY-MADE in this
city, and onfy a few of the
best tailors can produce
Give us the- pleasure of
showing them to you. You
ai'c sure to be pleased, both
with the garments and the
S. E. Cor. Sovon
Streets N. W.
Moderate prlcon. Kasy terms. Old Instru
incuts taken lu pnrt pa-iucnt. Timing nnd
icpalrlnij. Telephone law.
l'RANK BUTLER, Manager,
!3l P Street N. Y.
13 North. Charles Street, Baltimore.
7 East Broad Street, ltlchmond, Va.
rr0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
'1 ho time has nrrlied when persons wlio ovr
ViIIIh mint pay them or lose their credit.
Donnttnlco offenao whon jou receive ou
notices, but It )ou are unanlo topu) guan
luakoeomo arrangement with the purtyjoi
owe. toward n settlement.
What wo want l protection for ouf mer
chants agaluet that clann ot pcreona who can,
"but will not, pay their hllln.
'1 heo pcreona who haro failed to make, nny
Arrangement for settling their bllla after liar
Ing been properly notlfled, will ho roported lo
the inemhcra ot tho Mcrchnuta' Mutual l'ro.
Itctho Union an unuorthy ot credit.
This association embraces merchant', doc
tors, lawyers and all other businesses, trades
Wo hope members will tend In list of namcB
ot persona who lime failed to ecttloormake
Arrangement therefore In time for our report.
J. I). I1I10WN, Manager,
Room 15, Central National Dauk UullJlng.
mo TUB l'UHLIOl
In Making Contracts for Drlckwork,
JoSKI'II YV . C'
."VI30 1' street northw est, wiinh to ndrlssthe
public that he Is btll contracting for all brick-
Prompt attention to work guaranteed.
Jii ASTON Jfc X Ul'l't
Corner rcunsylvnnlaatcuuo and Thirteenth ot,
lUyo removed to jl Uterolith t. n. w ,
Opposite 8tr Ofllce. iiu SMm
Ol'EN XX ACCOUNT
Y 001)3 A Oo ,
lldll' etrcct northwest.
purofci'is, loans, i:oii.sui:, uoi.i.i:o-
Wodeslio to call Spetlal Attention lo our
rcrtlllcates ot deposit, Issued ond bearing In
tercet a follow, rli.:
iM da) s, Interest 3 per cent, per annum,
U)il, Interest tper cent, per annum,
CO da), lutcrest 0 per ccnU per annum.
Issued for both large and small amount).
Hank opena V.UO. Closet 1 SO,
W. II. MOlI-j SONS.
I' unit Kleventh Mrcets, Washington, I). C,
tSTl'ot Particulars see our advertisement In
I lie Evening 8lnr ctclJMt
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GrKOKoi: Ay lM'i: & Sons'
4G3 Maine avenue.
-HAIITEIIED II Y CONOlinSS 1818.
PltASKMN INSUItANOn CO.
Of Washington, U. C
CAPITAL AND SUIII'LUS $VAM CO
llnsneer ronteslrd a loss 1y (Ire, but nlwajs
makes prompt and liberal udjustnicnts. ,
1)11. DANIEL II. CLARKE, I'rest.
(1E0. E. LEJION, Vlce-rrest. .,
01IAH. S. 11IIADLEY, Trcas.
I. TENWICK YOUNO, Sec'y.
WILL V. llorKI.KIt, Ais't Sec'i.
Tor the convenience of person living In the
eastern ntjd western fectlons ot the disar
rangements bate been made by which they
can pay their got bill during banking bouM
JAT UNAL VV
WEbTWD NATIONAL HANK,
. Illlla paid alter thefiihofjcacli mouth will
1,000 cubic feet.
mo THE I'UHLIU.
Having retired from the firm of EMMONS X
II1IOW N, I take pleasure In Informing my
frknds and tho public that 1 can lie round nt
ni) olllce, (Ml cnth street northwest, where I
am conducting a qclicrnl
HEAL LbrAIi:, LOAN and INSURANCE
I'romntnnd ncrsnunl attention clen to all
matters placed In m hands, llepeitfullyt
IM Tenth strict n. w.
Telephone Call, 171-2. noJ-J lm
INVEST YOUR MONEY
I.AHOE AND SMALL SU.MS,
1'ROM $S UP TO 1,000,
THE SOUTHERN LAND EXCIIANOE,
Trom six (01 per cent, up to ten (10) por cont.
Interest guaranteed on nil regular Inrcstments.
1'ioin 10 per cent, up lo 'JO per cent, guaran
teed on all stock and land Investment.
Iutcstments maybe withdrawn nt any time
upon thirty days' notice, with Interest up to
date of withdrawal.
THE SOUTHERN LAND EXOHANOE.
The object of the Southern Land Exchange
Is twofold. 1'lltST, to nrrorit lndhlduals ot all
classes, rich and poor alike, to satel) lnct
mouc) In large or small sumis ranging trom t-'
up to $5,(I0, either by Joining the l.xchinge
and becoming a member thcreor, or SECOND,
by lmeftlu' through the EXCIIANOE (n
tnrnugh nn o'rnt) In nny one of tha t'UMl'A
NIHS ASSOCIATIONS nrHNIWArK- rep
resented by the Exch ingi, the purchaser or In
vestor In every Instanco being gaaranteed by
the EXUll Mli:
IN 'HIE roitMER CSE any ono mny be
coition number ot the E('IIMIU by sub
scrlliluir and pajlugtor not lest than One nor
mure than Olio thousand !" EiTMKNT
1 U'KEIS, nt the uniform ratent per ticket,
'Jheo tkketi are redcetuible liy tho JA
CIIANOE ever) tlireo months, with a guarati
teid Interest of twelvo(U) per cent. Persons
holding tickets longer than three months be
come regular stockholder In thoHXCHANUE,
nndnstuch uro entitled lo it pro mti Intel tit
In all tirollts arising from outside and Inside
Investments made tij the EXCIIANOE. lteg.
ular stockholders receive dividends ipiarlerly,
and may withdraw at uny lima upon thirty
I XI) da)' notice, and will receive, In addition
to tlio amnnut Invested, all dividends duo them
up to data ot w Ithdraw ill.
IN CLASS II, vvhero Investments aro mado
thronch tho EXCIIANUE In nny one of the
COMPANIES, ASSOCIATIONS or 8YNDI
CA1 KS reinrisinted therein, the following rates
of Interest uro guaranteed to Investors;
Six (b) p r lent to ten (to) per cent, guarau.
teed Interest on all regular Investments.
Ten (10) per cent, to twenty (W) por cenl.
guaranteed Interest on all stock and laud In
vestments, In every ciso the Investor has the right to
withdraw Investment, with Interest up today
of withdraw al, upon thirty da) a' notice.
Send for Prospectus.
Pasadena Oil), Roanoke,
lledford City, Norfolk,
Haslc (.liy, Lynchburg,
Hiicim Istn, (liasgotr,
'IRE SOU'UIEUN LAND EXOHANCIE,
H-M and MO V strtit,
Onicct II nnd Id, Washington, D, (',
IOIHNSON, Ol-ARKU CO.i
raclllllcn for placing stock uueipinled.
Working forces tho largest and inv't ex
OR 'I III: PUREST AND HES T OALIl'OR.
nla lues, at the most leasonablo nrlces.
uototho Sonoma California Wine Compan),
iilTMulli street iiorlhvt est.,
llrlcklnjcr and Conliactor,
133) Pcuns)lvauU nvcuuo uorlhwest,
Wauts lo advise tho public that Hrlckwork of
Every Description will roceho Prompt Atten
tion at his hands, Holler Setting and Hakeu'
Ovens aSpcclally. noy31 lm
ritllE WEST END
JL NATIONAL H NK.
MuelrentU nt, and I', ac , 'aflUlngton, 1), (J.
I Coming nnd I am Now Prepared to
Show ou a Complete Lino ot
Including a Complete Lino of the Popular
Umbrellai nnd Cane-',
Fnncj Night Shirts,
Collam nnd Cuffs,
Nfckneir, (I loves, ISnspendern
In tact, ever) thing to add to the
comfort of gentlemen. All the
nbove goods are ottered at
UTS Pennsylvania Avenuf.
BARUER X ROSS,
Eleventh and O streets.
Announce the following Hargalns tor
ONE WEEK ONLY:
Rogers' Teaspoons O'cpcrsct
Ordinary Price fl.'Uper set
Stag Handle Caivers, fully guaran
teed $1.'J3 per pair
Ordlnar) price flSOpcr pair
Crown fluting Machine tMOcach
Ordinary price 1 3 each
Old Reliable Cluthcs-w ringer ?t.T3each
Our Entire Lino of Scissors nt 10
Per Cent. Discount.
Conl Rods, 10 Inches SOo
Ordinary price 30c
Also n Pull Lino of Oi and Oil Stores, Pelt,
i calher Strip", furniture Han
dles ami Mechanic' Tools.
J3aiiher A lvO-'S,
HARDWARE AND CUT LEItY,
Opposite Roton Dr) Ooodt House.
novSl lm i . .
aiiiHRAai: no MID.,
X1NEN, HOARDS AND-CI.OTir.
1115 P.i. Air.- dcOtoM
Ladles' nnd Oeuts' Pocketbooks,
Plush nnd Oxidized Comb nud Brush Cn'cs,
Lap '1 nblels,
tlold Pcnj and TencUs,
Pino Illustrated Hooks, nil Standard Works,
I'lne Selection of Muslo Hoxes.My
CALL AND EXAMINE.
HIT and Ol'l Seventh Street Northwcit.
IIOR AMERICAN V INKS
Phce Your Order With tha
XVIyai.on V ink Companv,
Mirourteentli stieet u, w, nov33
PROPOS THE STRINGENCY OP THE
In theso tltneB ot the apparent Inse
curity ot many pciurltlis. the shrewd
and conservative Investor Is very apt to
turn to Lite Instirnuca as tha best ot all
eafo Investments. Hero are 11 few ot tho
You pay In smnll Installments,
on run no risks.
You get from t to5percent.com.
pound Interest. You Hiuro protec
tion. Your hclra recelv e the amount ot
oui policy should sou dleiiud)oure
celvo neaily as inutli again as)oupay
In should Jim live until It matures.
Ion also rciclvo this money when
Sou nmy want It most In yom declin
liy hesltato about making such n
rnfo, senrlblo nnd prntltabln Invost
ment? i out niiiiot do httkrwlthvour
money. Have )onr llfo limned.
Jjowks & Hall.
Tho Eijullablo Lite Assurance Society,
novWlm IWH'urect 11. w.
V7-1S1P HUltK ARTS'
ELEOANT LADIES' REsTAURAN I',
Corner Tenth nud 1' street.
Ever) thing l'lrt-class,
T heal re Portlc a Specialty.
den lm Prompt Serv Ice. Pollto Attention.
CHARLES C. HUNCANSOV,
Corner ot Ninth and 1) streets uorthwest,
Attend Piotntl) to Sales ot Every
ruRNiniti:, hric-ahrac, siocks,
HEAL IbTATK, &c.
Alliances Mado nnd All bile. Settled
Personal Attention alien Same,
IOAN AND IRtmi' COMPANY.
lemiiorar.v Oflltip: Corner Tenth and I' street
Under Act ot Congress Approved October
Subject to- the Supervision ot the Htiprrm
Court of the District of Columbia and the
Comptroller of the Cnrrenc).
Refelvea deposits and allows Interest 0 1 bill
nnccs. Issues cerllllintes ot depclt.
Actsns Executor, Administrator. (Inardlan,
Trustee, Receiver, Assignee, Committee of the
Estate of Persons Nnn Compos Mcntl nnd
other business of 11 fiduciary character.
INTEREST and DIVIDENDS collected for
customers WITHOUT CIIAllUK,
Guaranteed Investments hirnlshed. Nole,
secured by deul of trust, for sale. Money
loaned on flrst class collateral security nnd on
Our new building, nt tho corner of Ninth and
P streets. Is being fitted up with Safe Deposit
Vaults unsurpassed tor Mctyiuul convenience.
HiuivMin II Wiiisrn, President.
John ,Iov Eiwon, Vlcn-Prrsldnit.
Wm. 11. Rnni'.iiN, Secretsr).
WmR. GL'iarr, Trensuier.
lotiv T. Aiims,
CiiA". II. llvnm,
ClIAS. S. llAKKll,
.Tami:s L. HAimoiin,
(IKOIUIK E. 1IAIITOI,
.1. J, Daiuinuton,
.lOIIN OV KlISON,
.John A. Hamilton,
A1.11111T r, o,
0. C. Oiihn,
.IniiN II. I.AnvEn,
N. II. hUFA,
.Ioii" A. SWOVL,
J, ", SVVOI'.HSTIIIIT,
1). II. WAnsLii,
tllAt, II, WlLMMOV,
A. A. Wiisnv,
L. D. Wiir, '
". W. WoonviAiti),
Wji, II, (It, 111 hi,
A. 1. V
'oiiTiiiMiiox. dels I11
li!l A 010
Pa, fl n 0 7th
u n 11 it ht,
of pictures Is
the art stores of
M. II. eerhoir,
w ho has nil tha now ,
publications in Etch
ings, Fngrnv liigs,Pliotos
and Arlotjpes, Water
Color and Pastel Paintings
by American nnd foreign
pnlnjers, lioth framed and un
trained. An Immense line ot
1 rmo Moulding, comprising
more thin Seven Hundred Styles,
nil well selected nnd new. nf width
- frames aro mado to order to lit .!
mo sunjeit pictured. j;isei.
Plncn.ucs and read) made frames
lit Low l'rlcis. Agenc) for
' tho oule Photo Lonipaii),
nt No. 1 J-.'l Pnns)haulii
avenue, where 11 full
line otArtlsts' -Materials
nnd line St it Inn-
ery cin bo founl.
1 will lw plinafll
above at an
411 full to X
"tthbt. a oe I Mas
Vcerhotf. : l'resents.
rrnr. goodyear ruhiier company
JL wishes to call attention to their supirlor
quality ot Rubber Heirs and Hoots of nil Kinds
for ov erv class. Now, Ladles nnd Gentleniou,
we aro tho leading house ot this kind In the
city. Call and eianilno prices, GOODIEAIt
llDllIIKIl COMPANY. detJ-lm
G OVERNAIEINT G OSSTP
No Nomixwiis No rresidctitlnl np
polnlincnts wero mado to-duy, nor uny
nominations sent to the Senate.
Cu m on the Pin sini'NT. Among the
I'resiilent'M callers to-day vvcro Congress
men Wilson, IIIscoclc, Uumiell, llowden,
Medrlugliatis ami Huttcrworth, Mr, Ihioch
Pratt of llaltlmorc, and Mr. l'eckif
TheAsivtiu Sijuinr.o.N. Tho Xavy I)e
liaittnent is informed that tho ships of
tlio Asiatic Squadron were located as fol
low'! November ".1: Omahn nt Yokohama,
Mouoeacy at ignsukl, Allianeo at t'aiu
lluo Islands, Polos at Tlenhin.
A I'lhowvx AnoivTMiNT. Infonnn
tlon has bmi rcieliul at (he llmoaii of
the American Itcptiblks Unit (leueral
Cnccrns, ueenlly President of Peru, has
been nppolntcd llmny Ilxttaordiuary
from that Republic, to (heat llrltain.
IVitl'MiTiiiiTo Vwv. i:s-rn. Assist!
ant Secretary Spauldlng, of tho Treaiury
1)( iirtmint, has ilceidtd (hut fresh or
f ir7(ii llsh caiyht In ficsli vvutors by
American efsels tire not debarred from
frco entiy when Imported by railway
cars from contiguous fmcign eountiies.
Tiif CvniMrr SIlitino. Tho Cabinet
lucetiug to-day discussed the Indian situa
tion. Secretary Proctor lead to thu meet
lug tho telegram fiom General llrooko, an
nounclng his determination to cud thu
trouble, by decisive action. Secretary
Hlalne, Tracy and Noblo were absent.
roitnoN lliirr Srotn. H. I'. Jferritt,
1'nilcd States Consul nt ChcmuiU, in a ic
jHirt to tho Stulo Department, says that
UI.OOO,oOO was paid by tho pcojilo of tho
I'liltcd Statu to tho beet sugar makers of
Germany 'within onoj tor. 'llioHiint,sas
Mr. Meirltl, is n arly three times as much
money as our people imld for any other
given attlcle imported from Germany,
lotton having come next with $0,000,000.
lltcis AriM0ni, Tho I'icsldcnt has
apprn.eil the following acts of Congress:
I or tho relief of General George. Stono
man; also of trustees of Anaeostia Lodge,
No. '.'I, P. A. A. Jt.j perniisslou to Com
inlssionerstousoresirvallonatrottrteentli and C stteds and Ohio ncntto fiir tho
crecllon of a truck house; for tho iuy.
ment of rebates iu ceilain eases, gi anting
inercasoof pension to John S. rergiU'in;
granting pension to lliuinnh II, Slieiiherd,
and appioIng net to pension Juliu I),
Aumv Ontiriw. Colonel Adolbort 11.
Dutlingtbu, Oiiliuuu.o Department, has
been ordeted from tho National Armory,
Sprlngllcld, Mass., to this city tor consul
tation with tho Chief of Ordnance ou ord
nance matters, nml on completion nt that
duty will return to his proper station.
'Iho leavoof absence, granted Mujor
John C. Gllmore, assistant adjutant-general,
lu special ordets has be'eu cttcudod
'Iho leao of absenco granted Major
William A. Itnllirty, Second Cavalry, has
been otcndcd twenty days.
rnviitvrt'fATi i ni Pi'ViN. Tho Dcpirl
nicnt of Statu has leeched from the
Vnited Statea Legation at .Madrid a dis
patch iiuliwlnun Utter front tho Dtikoof
Tetuati, MlnUler ot Statu, in which ho
"J'vlAcr, Nov, io, 1800.
"Mv Dmu Sot, I lmvo had (lie lionor
to reecho your note of thu llth Instant,
with tho (up of the minute of Iho Inlcr
liiitlonul Aimrlinii C'tinfiTc in 1 if Wmli
Itigton or tho IMh ir Ai.rSl, lsu, unit 11
projector n treaty ot nrliltrutloii which
wnsKithiiillteil nml riiutiuiieiiileil Ii) nilil
(onrcretiecniiil which hml tho honor lo
lin slciicii hj ten of tlui ilghtecn Mute
which vvenireiiri'M'iitiil lo tliosniue
1 "It Is grnllf) Ingto me lo rcinliiit you thnt
iiioiiuvrniincm 01 ni'r.vinji'siy, in uiuii'i
imtlon of the iTonosltlon Htthniiiteil to tlio
(iiliovc-mcntlotieil eonferent c, fully nml
imi'iittiitunyMnuu in iirttiii' ii 01 tnu
treaty of Kiieo nml frieuiNhli which
It rtlehrnteil with Iho Itpuhlln of
llcuntlor on the UM of M irch,
I1SS8, the (Inti-e of nrliltrutloii. This
'will xhovv lo ymi unit lo tl cdov eminent
of the I'lilteil Miili-i which vou so worth-
,11 V repriwnt tit llili (ourt, tho concern
which Bjuilu hni taken nml !i taklni; for
iiieiuicnuniioiini nrimmiion 111 tin mill
Itillon hlghlv hiitnnnltiiry nml hcneliclni
to nil tlic nniioiiH of the eurth.
"I nuillmnelf of thisotraslon to renew
tojoit tho nsiitrunco of my ilistlngtilslioil
conililtrnllon. 'lit! Dikiiiir TTLl."
Soitii Ammiicvk PTrAMtr. Infnrmn
'lion Is received nt Hie lliireuu of the.
'Amerlcnn Reimbllciof tho cstnbllslimunt
01 11 new line 01 sicnuien on 1110 nc.11
roust of Smith Ainerltn. In oppoiltlon to
tho l'ncllle htenm Nnvlgntlon ('oinpany
ami the South Aniertean Steatiisliip
Tho tiipltal is mostly fitruWieil by nier
1 hunts uml bniikerH of Valparaiso nml
Snntlago, Chill, ami if'i.OOO.dOO has nlre.uly
been subscribed. Tho Minister of tho In
terior of Chill lia-s rei'ommcnileil to (.'on
urcss the iayntcnt of a subsidy nlmllar to
that now imld to the South Amerkun
HcaniKhip Country, w hlch is W30 In gold
AMUIICVN OlTOIlTlMTIM IS lltUAPOlt
In 11 reimrt to tho Statu Ilciuirtmcnt on
, ttio coimnerco and .prodiitti of Kcuador,
Lonsui-uencrui iorstij', ut wtinjnuuti,
"It Is well lo observe) that mitiy and
Koltlonhavu been the o)iiiortunltIei lost
to llrmly establish tho tommcrcu of tin)
Tnltcsl htates in IVuinlor. Our liutclumts
aronot icrsiil in tho tustoius and w.iuts
of thoiieoplo ami country. They, no
doubt, do not fully rcnllotliut a now code
ol rules must tie mimed to nring tnetn in
touch with tho business men lure; tint a
dlffircnt bjhUih must bo ndoptisl than
that ued 111 thu ITnlti.sl States, vvhero it
takes only nev en da s to tiiiiiimlt a letter
from Now York to San rrauciseo, and
where thu shipment of goods is rapid ami
" J hey must tealle that If they earnestly
desiro to do business here, they must
meet In competition the luatiufaeliiicrs of
Ocrmauy, r'nuue ami Kugland, with their
heavy (npitol, easy terms multiloop lab r.
comblited with many yearw of praetlml
experience in e atcrine; to the wants n'lil
vvishc-s of tho people. '1 hey must realize
that every Inch of tho leultorv Is to bu
Muhhornly contorted, and that Ihcbittlu
will be won by the iipplieatioii and on
foRement of strict business princlplei
"Iho best men must be sent out to sco
nnd know personally the country and
people, and their wants nnd customs
should bo 8pi daily i-tuilled. They should
neor for tho moment entertain the
thought that it Is the business of the
Government, with tliLlr nssistnnce, to
jilant American commerce lu Spanish
"Among the gravest errors in
dulged in bv American tdiljipers is
t lit; method of packing in ogue. The
receiptor American goods In ndumtijnit
nud broken condition is ho common us to
dishearten the most enthusiastic ndvocata
or Aiuciiean commerce lu Spanish
America, a complaint, by tho way, raicly
over made against Kumpc.m shippers."
WHY'S GRIT STAVED HY II1JI.
A Clnssmnto Siijh lie Mas Not a
l'lm Mini'iiit, I' Dec, If). -The stoty
fiom Cumberland, Jld., to tho effect thnt
Vnltid Stated &cnntoi-clect Irbyof Xorth
Carolina, while a student at rrlueeton In
IS70-71 had challenged a fellow student to
light n duel with pistols and then ills-
lunjt-u 1110 iuiuo-1 cowanueo uy su
it, seems to liuveTiiiothersidu to II.
Gcoreo Jacobs, a lawverot Jlllllintown.
1'a , was lu the city j etterday, and was an
ec-wltncss to tlio bloodless nffair. Mr.
Jaeolis wasa classmate of liby, and, ac
cording to hi in, both duelists lett the lleld
uninjured citlier in body or honor. Irby
was somewhat eccentric iu dtess nudniiu
lier and was the subject of much guying.
Ha allotted himself to bo ihnw 11 into 11
quurri 1 with a student from Philadelphia,
who is now a member or a well-kuown
tobacco llrm on North Third street, and
challenged htm to a duel. 'I hu other
scholars decided to abstract thu bullets
without Kiting tho principals know any
thing about it, and let thu duel proceed,
'J be Phlladilphinn won tho toss, and took
n shot nt Irhy. Tho luttei when his turn
came, after trying to git an apology from
tho delimit Pliihidclpmnu, lircd Into the
nlr and walked nwny. His ( ouragu was
never doubted after that, and .Mr. Jacobs
declares that Irby bocmuu onu of tho most
popular students at Princeton after thu
ACCIDENT TO AN ACROIUT,
One of tlio Rupert llroko anil Picelpl
ttltnl llltu to the Miikc.
Ilnrvu), N. Y., Dec. 10. The cngige
ment of I.eo and Itolicrt Howard, trnpozo
I'erformcrs, was brought to an abrupt and
unpleasant closo nt Wonderland last uvo
nlng. They performid thodaring ".Iei
can ladder irapeo ait." I'jion tho bar of
atrapcowas a long ladder. At ono end
of it vvasasniall tintice, upon which Rob
ert performed, whllo his brother, astride
of tho other end,, acted us n balance. One
of tho ropes hiokc, and both tlio per
formers fell to thu stage. Robert escaped
Willi slight injuries, hut l-o struck tlui
edge of thu stngu ou his back, and Is badly
injured. Ho will bo taken (o his homo lu
Duller Talis, Pa., to-day, If hu Is able to
be moved. Thu men wctu pcrfotmln,;
without a safety net.
INutioiiiil I.oiiKiio rmiils,
I.omkw, Dec., 10. Thu 7'ihwj, in connec
tion with Mr. Droessls assertion Hint tho
followers of Mr. McCarthy weru iu posses
sion of a lomplcto statement of iuuds of
tho National I.iamio for thu past ten) cars,
sn) s that they w 111 gh u out f ho secrets of
thu missing books which wero sought to
boeihlbitid bcfoicthu Parucll Commis
sion. Tjlqtioi Men Vull la lliislness.
Dm lAs, Tr., Dee. IU Tho vv holesalu
liquor liouu of A. H. Lawreucii it Co.
m ido an assignment ycsteiday to I It,
Hopkins, trustee Tho liabilities are
about ?12I,000, assets not yet ditorinlnod
It Is thought, honour, Unit they will
coer tho tlrm's Indibtoduoss, A nuetln
of eicditors has been i.illeil,
Could hut Appear foi T1I11I.
Dent is, Dec. If), Tho trial beforo tho
assizes at Nenagli of tho persons charged
with rioting ut tho opening of tho eon
spliacy trial luTipperary hm been post
poned, owing to tlio Inability of Mr.
Dillon, counsel for tho dclitise to appear.
Mr. Dillon Is Fullering from thu cftoets of
.1 recent accident.
1)1 nth of 11 Hi tired Aimy (lllleci.
St. P.uj.,;Mi'vv., Dec. 10. Assistant
burgcMi-fiimral l'crlne, I'. S V , dlod lu
Ihlsiltv jcsterilay. HuscniHlfortyjean,
nnd retired iu 1877.
llcatti of Geiiitrnl Teiry
Ni.w Hvifv, Cix., Dee 10 Major
(leniral Terrj, V H. A , retlted, died nt
his resident e In thlsclt) at I o'clock this
Itnllnu Mlnistoi of M'nr Itclmu.
IIomf, Dec 10, Tho Italian MluMcr of
War has resigned,
HEARING THIS KVIDKXCK
I'.YII-WnXESSIM TKI.Ii THE STORV OP
What WasSnlil anil Done Refine the l'ntiil
Shot M'nn I'll eit The Language Hspil
by Wnrit When Arrested I Urnnutlc
'J he trial of Krauk K. Ward for thu
murder of MnurUcAdlcrhas comuiinced
In earnest, and was fairly under way
when the court adjourned) cstcrday after
noon, The (lrsl witness sworn was Henry W.
llrowcr, a civil inglneer, who had been
employed to maku n draft of the Interior
of the Marble Saloon, and gnve lesllmony
to that cJTcot.
'I he next witness was Henry A. Wise, a
photographer of C. M. Hell's) establish
ment, who lind made n number of photo
graphs of the sceiin of the tragedy.
Tnu defense objected to several of (lie
pictures, beiatise on somu of them a mark
was shown ou tho Iron pillar near the bar,
while In tho rest it was lacking.
Mr. Wlso accounted for this by tho fact
that the photographs were taken from n
different txilnt ot ilovv. A number of
smaller photographs, In which thu mark
was plainly show n, w cro also taken by the
witness and produced iu evidence.
Promptly ut 10 o'clock this morning
Judge I logo appeared lu court closely fol
lowed by Mr. C'luggdt ivlth the photo
graphs nnd plan of the saloon tinder his
arm. At the same tlmo Ward, accom
panied by his counsel, camu through an
other door. Tho jury wns conducted
from its room tolhecourt-room by Deputy
Marshal Jo) 00 and his assWants.
Tho proceeding of thu day w cro opened
by Justice Dlngliiim excusing thu regular
Till. STOHV Of Till'. Titvoniv,
The llrst witness called to-day was Lewis
Ncvvmevcr of OJl H street northwest, the
proprietor of tho saloon at Ninth and ('
streets iu which Adler was shot. He
test i lied thnt on the evening of June IS.
ISM), Mr. Ward camu Into his saloon nml
nskisl his bnrkicxr for a bottle of beer.
Ho drank tho beer with the witness and
was about to leaiewhen witness leiiuested
him to remain and play a game nf pool.
They plaveil billiards ami Mr. Ward won.
During the gamo Maurliu Adler came into
tho saloon and walked toward the railing
which divides the saloon from tho billiard-room.
At this point a photograph was handed
10 Mi. New me) cr to explain Iho in tuner
iu which Adler camu into the saloon.
Adler iam Into thu bllllanl-room about
Hi o minutes beforo thug unc was finished.
Ho viusabotit to leave, when Ward slid,
"What's )our hurry V" and asked Adler
to remain and have a drink.
Adler at llrst raid, "I ain't drinking,"
but llnallv consented to taken elteraud
lemon. They (witness, Adler. and Ward)
walked to tho bar, vvhero Aiiler idd bu
would tn'co a seltzer and lemon. "You
will," said Ward, and with that produced
ti 1 iitol nud
HI, HI THO SHOW IT Mil I II.
He attempted to return tho pistol to his
pocket, but two policemen camu into the
saloon und arrested him.
Adler was then l.vlng near tho mirror
with his feit pointing toward the bar.
Wltnisssald' "Aie you hurt, Maurice?"
but ho received no reply. Hu then sent
-Mr. GInerty, his barkeeper, for a dot tor
and Ailler's father, w ho was nt his club.
'I ho tKiliu'olllcers entered thu saloon al
most linniidlately after the shots weru
Ihcd. At that time Adh r was lying about
live feet from Ward, and was behind wit
ness. After thu shooting Adler rem dncd
lu thu saloon about 1111 horn ami a half.
rpon cross-examination Mr, Nuwmc)cr
stated thnt Wnrd lame into tlio saloon
about 0 o'cloi k, nud nfter getting a drink
asked whom .Mr. I'iniiiy was.
Judge Wilson ovphlued tho situ ition of
tho bar and thu othcrobjiets of thu s 1I0011
to tho jurv by nieans of tho table and
desks at which Justice llingliam and thu
'Iho mirror w as places! at the end of thu
long bar and about four feet from the
bar the billiard tables w ere placed. AVhen
tlio witness, Ward und-Adli r eatnutothe
bar (o drink, Ward faced tlio witness and
11 es 1 1 ry c loo to htm. Adler stood be
hind thu witness so that thu witness
1 mild not seu him,
a nn m mo mviasixrvTioN-.
In Older to better lllustratu tho relatlvo
position of tho tlmo nu n, Mr. Wilson for
tlio time pironatcd Ward and used tho
Judgo's bench to represent tho bar of tho
New me) er testified that hu had had pos
session ol thu saloon for tlircu ) ears, and
during Unit tlmo tho pillar, which was
marked, had be-on frequently painted. Hu
did not notii 0 tho mark until It was called
to his attention after tho tragedy. Tho
mark wasa deep Indentation iu the iron,
width could not bu obliterated. There
urafoiiror Ihu pillars In thu saloon, hut
ivitncs was not awarucif any marks on
them similar lo that 011 tho pot which
was behind Adler when Ward shot at
Till' IIII.KI tl'lll'8 HTUIIY,
James GInerty, Ihu barkiener of the
Marble Saloon at tho time of tho murder,
w us then sworn, llotistllled that Ward
( 111110 into tho saloon ou the uvculug of
Ji'ne IS, uml, nftir drinking 11 bottle of
beer with .Mr. Neviiue)ii', ougHed in a
gnmuof billiards with him. During thu
giimu Mauriio Adler iiimu Into thu saloon
und sat 011 the railing fining thu billiard
table. Adler was about to leave at tho
close of the gamo w hi n Ward asked him
lo drink, saying, "comoaud haiua social
drink." Hu at llrst declined, but finally
they walked together to tho bar wlicru
Adler stood by thu mirror and nskisl for
sellu'riind lemon. Mr. Nowmc)er was
in front of Adler, facing Ward.
After Adler fell ho said nothing, ami
witness walked lo tho door. Mr. Nuvv
mev er ad isod him to go for a phvslclau
nnd Ailler's father. Hu went for tho lat
ter. During tho incurrence witness, Nuvv
me) ct, Ward and idler wero thu only
persons In (ho saloon.
Adler had a lnibit. witness said, nf
lilaiing his baud In his hip pocket to get
his haudkeriliief when hu was oxeltid.
Hodld not know, however, whither lust
preiious to tho shooting Adler had 110110
so, and was i.ot awaro that ho made any
demonstration low aril Ward.
'Iho llrst shot, witness testified on cross
examination, WAS Hill II INTO Till: fillOl'MI.
Adler then attempted to go Into n room
bat k of the saloon, when Ward delated his
pistol nnd shot him,
Hurry M Dueklnghnni of 012 A street
southeast, who gao his business as an
at tor, was thu next witness sworn.
IJtieklugham testltled that ho had gono
Into thu saloon about D I ft. and siw Wnrd
and Nun me) er playing billiards During
tho gamu Ward uppcarcd to act very queer,
throwing his 1110 around nud criiug.
"Hero's a good one' Look at this! It's a
Witness saw Adler romo Into Iho room
ami saluted him, saying, "Hello, lluek."
Witness was so intent on thogimeof bil
liards thnt ho did not obscnu an) tiling
until ho hiard Ward sa) , ' Como and take
a drink." Hu thought that tho invitation
was lull tided for himself, but on turning
around saw that tho Invitation Included
only Adler and New muv or.
"foyou didn't get III" n marked M 1 ,
Claggftt. "1 wish you bitter luck next
"1 hoposo," retorlesl tho witness.
Ituckiiighum tetilled that ho saw Waul
lire two shots, tho llrst Into tho ground
nud then hu raised tho pistol and tired
again. As soon us ho saw idler fall
witness ran to the kitchen iu the re irol
thesaloonand enilcaiorod to escape by tho
Million window, but was prevented by
the Iron bars across It.
'J. he witness belleied that 1C Ward had
llrcd the sicoml shot dlrcitly at Adler he '
(iiuld not have hit htm without the lull- j
hi iiiKing 11 pneo m 1110 nose or into ou 01
Mr Ncwnievir, who was standing be
lli (s 11 thodi fcndatit and Adler.
Olllccr Hughes of thu jsillio force was
lalldltn thestnnd. On thu night of the
1Mb of June he heard t he pi-tol shots litis)
lu the Marble Saloon and eiilercd the
phiecwlth (Hilar Hamilton by the C-troit
nit rant e.
WIIIT W MillKllli,
He saw' Ward standing about live feet
fri in tho Ninth-strut door. Witness lm
nudlatily arrested him, and Hamilton
took the pistol from him at the s uno time
Hint witness nskisl (he prisoner w hero It
Ward snld' "I am done for," and
shortly afterward said "The
1 1 shot html"
It wns In Ihu saloon also that Ward
niailc tho remark about tho "d Jew."
Witness askul him what the trouble)
wushitiHcu him nnd Adler. Ward an
swered: "He robbed me of a stone, and 11 lot or
thleies follow esl me, knowing tliat I had
'Ibis last remark was made while wit
ness nnd Ollieer Nelson were Inking Ward
tothuTwdfth-strict Mat Ion-house.
When tho witness llrst eiilircd tluisn
I0011 he saw only Ward, Ni w me) er, Adler
and Iho barkcciicr. Olllier Nelson entered
rhortly nfterivurds nnd Oillier Hnmlltou
left as soon ns he secured Ward's pistol.
Nobody else wns In Hie saloon when
Wnrd said. "I am done for." Ou the way
to thu elatlon-houso Iho licrsotis present
wire witness and Olllii-r Nilson, who
walked ou eiuhside of the prisoner, and
DitcctlioMcDeiitt who followed in the
.Mr. Wilson asked witness, on cross,
examination, that if on the morning after
thotragedy hodld uothuiuacouiorsaiioii
with Mr. Ilniils, the patent attorney, and
with Mr. Shrew, iu which ho snld. "I
lmvo got Trunk Wnrd now." Witness
ill nil d that he ever bad such a coniersa
Hon, or Hint he told Ihuds or Slirevo
vvhero thev could oct 11 Hiiiiiluv-nioriil!ii
drink, lie had, hovvciir. a conversation
with a Mr. MeCormlik at thu corner of
'thirteenth nnd D struts, during which
MeCormlik said Hint he wus 111 ting in be
hulf of Ward; that all his friends had
gone buck upon him, or words to that
Olllccr Hamilton totllled that on the
night of June 1H he wns ou his beat be
tween Seventh and I.lci 1 nth streits, when
he hiard thu ) Ntol sbots In thu Marhlo
Saloon. Hu entered at thu C street (loot
with Olllccr Hughes. Witness saw Wurd,
nnn going 10 ixew me) er sain:
"Who (lid he shoot at. Lew, )ou?"
Ncwnicycr repllisl: "No, tin ro ho lies,"
nnd pointed lo Adler who wns lilm 011
Thu pistol which was taken from Wnrd
by Iho wltuiss was thin handed to I1I111
for idcntllleutlon. 'I he witness (all)
idditillid it, whlih caused Mr. Coleman
to remark: "'Iho witness is icry ccsll)
drawn." Judge Hugo objected to Iho
witi'issbilngcrllicisid and -Mr. Golem in
On cross examination witness "aid that
I 0 wns on the south sldo or lmisiana
nirnuo when ho henrd tho llrst shot Urol,
end lull about one himdrid feit toward
the Marble Saloon before he heard the
second shot, lie (litem! thu saloon llrst.
clo'dy followed by Ofllcer Uuglici, and
Oillier Llo)d eamu iu a few minutes
later. Alter taking Hie pistol from Ward
he. rcjn.iin.cd but ii fen minutes in tlio
saloon, und then sent Special Olllccr
Young for u doctor, Hu then closed the
doors nnd went to the lmtiol box to cull up
Iho wngon. Whin ho lift the saloon
Newmo.wr, Ward, Adler, Olllcers Hamil
ton and Hughes and an unknown jarly
wire iu the room,
In ldeutlfjlug the pistol taken fiom
Ward Ollieer Hnmlltou testified to thu
Identity of the cartridges taken from tho
pistol. 'the weajion (ontalned live
chambers, but Iwoof the eattridges wero
eilodcd. 'Iho other thru- bullets weru
taki 11 out of tiie pistol liy Iho w Ituess.
"How (Mil 1011 tell that they nrutliu
Identical enitndges tnkeu from the pis
tolf' askesl Judge Wilson. The witness
ot course could not swcai posltlioly that
tho uirtriilges wero thu sime that be
took out of tho pNtol, but idcutllli d them
to thu best of his knowledge. After con
siderable bickering between tho defence
ami prosecution regarding thu uirtridgis
the witness was dismissed.
Special Ollieer Joshua l.lovd was then
called to thu witness stand, lie hemii thu
shot llrcd iu thu .Marble Saloon whllo ou
the south side of Louisiana nvinue. Mu
entered thu saloon after Oliliors Hamilton
and Hughis. Husaw Ward, Adler, Now -liievcr,
tho harkupcr, and a (olorcdmau
inthorooni. Adler was lvlng lie ir Hie
mirror, and witness heard Wurd say
"'Iho Jew Irlul to do mo up, but I
Upon cross-exiimlnation witness stnleil
Hint hu bad beiu a watchman lu tho
neighborhood of tho Mnrblo Saloon for
over fifty 1 ears,
Judgo Wilson dosdy questtontsl thu
witness concerning tho persons present in
tlio saloon when Waul mado thu remark
about thod Je.w, and learned that a
barkicper named McCulIough. who was
I I uplo) ed In a saloon near by, also entered
thu room nflir the shooting ex cttrreil.
At 12 ill o'clock a rices wns taken until
1 o'clock, Mi. J.lojd' still being oil the
Ann: thi. urcFvt.
'I be llr-t witness 1 idled aftet recess was
G. T. MiCullum, lie heard thu llrst shot
llrul on thu night of thu murder, nnd ran
through the C strut entrance Into the
salt on; ho hoard the second shot II red ns
ho went In; saw Adhr l)Ingou tho lloor,
Ward said somithiug about haling "shot
onie," or shot twice, ho couldn't s.i)
Cross-examined My place is at 1)0(1
1'cnns) lv aula 111 e line; Iwnssittlngon thu
C strut side when I heard thu llrst shot,
1 Mint Into Nuivme)ir's saloon through
tho C-strect entrance; Ward was standing
In front of thu bar; I went right tu Adler,
who was lying on tlio lloor, Newmeyer,
Ihu colored man and GInerty wire In the
place; Olllcers Hughes and Hamilton
1 nine In aftirvvard, aNn .Mr. Llo)d, Ad
ler laid at the foot of thu pool-tnbh; thu
nearest table lo tho bar
Ward was standing In front of tho bar
und was apparent!) talking lo himself
abeatt a diamond pin,
"ni. pom: mi-'"
James H. Kdstir testified ho was nt his
plain of business ou Louisiana aicuuo tho
night of the iniudi rand heard tho shots,
and ran to Now mei cr's saloon; saw Ward
In Iho custody of Olllccis Hamilton and
lluglus. He held his pistol in his right
hand, heard Ward make Iho remark, "He
done 1110 and I lime done him "
Cross examined 1 had ran n distance, of
sixty or si it) -111 0 yards when I heard thu
second shot, tlierowereaboiit half a dozen
morojHsiplo lu thosaloonotherthaii New
inejcr. Wan! and tlio olllcers, among
Hum Gluirt) 'Ihuolllur wastakingthe
pistol from Wan! when 1 heard Ward
maku the remark. I was pissing theui at
the lime; Policeman Hamilton put me in
(harguof Ihc ( stieitdoor
Josijih llranson was called, and, falling
tnnusivir, a bailiff was sent for him
( liarles 11 Rider tcMlllcd hu was lu
tho ilelult) of tho Mnrblo Suloon on tho
night of the shooting Wns looking into
thu saloon through a window and saw Mr
Ni winner and Ward plajinga gamo of
bllliatds. ilbr had just lift the iron
...III. ..- M'n..l .. .I....1 l.ll..u . 1
imuiiK Hum ii.,iveH .miff in niivc u
drink. He llrst dccllnud, hut on a second
Invllatlon he said he would taku lemon
uudseluir, Ward diew his pistol 11ml
tlnsl down to tho lloor
Cross examined ittorthf.tlrstbhot was
Hied I ran hastily up tho stces to thu
strut, nud white running 1 bund the see
A Muiswicn was called nnd did not
M11111I0 Carroll wus the next witness.
She knew Mauriio Idler and I'rimk K.
Ward, met both of them in a saloon ou D
street northwest at aln ut 1-o'clock cm
M03I ACROSS TIIK SK.
A HI'llilET (IP INTERESTING VI'WSANO
(idssll' I'lIOJI AIIR0AI).
Uucon Ylrtmlii Knrsiikrs the Anrliul ami
rnpiipiihir Nnine of llnnnver -1'i-anrr
li)higtn Puiclinsr the ( ongo Kivi
Stall The Ejrnuil Trial.
I.0MM1V, Iks'. 10. Adilics from Paris
stale the Trench (iovernmiut Is brlnglin?
much jiresstint to hear upon Holland In
prevent thnt uiuntry from nccisllng t
thu agrei mint of the powers n!rmlttlng
the Congo jiriu State lo levy Import du
ties. 'I lie time for nccediug 11 111 expire 011
the 1st of Jununr) . The niotlvu of r'nuic?
Is to render it lniiossbi for the C01150
l'rcu Stntei to unit exjK-iisis, and thereby
compel thu Stale to sell out lo I'rancc,
whlth hnsn llrt clnliu to purchnsc. Thu
llritMi (lovernmenl, on the other hand,
Is risoitlngto thrcuts, more or less dls
hiiNisI, to compel Holland to sign tbn
'I he (jucon bus just provesl bv a per
sonal ait of authority that shu thinks IC
time to drop the not altogether popular
name of Hanoi er, as applies! to tho lloynl
family. She has ordered that the exhibi
tion aliout to bo opened iu tho new gal
lery shall be mllcd, not tho Hanoicr ex
hibition, us proposed, but the "Inhibi
tion of I'h tuns am! Objects of Interest
Cinncctod with thu Royal House of
Private advicis from Pekln state that
tho Inipeiial Government Is iu chspcratn
straits for money, but hesitates to accept
oders of many millions from capitalists
w ho lini e gone there from all jiarts of the
world to obtain the handling of n C'liincsu
loan. II Is said that Li Hung ('handholds
Jaauiii as a horriblu examiilo to tlui
Ihiijernr wlu never the latter shows signs
of 11 desire to mil upon Westerners for
assistant u. 'Iho .Tiipiiueso eoplc Invn
slindlly ilecllucd iu comfort and pros
perity since the Introduitlou r socclhs.1
reforms, and although a number of prom
inent 111111 nrofgettlngwcnllh) theiuisseH
mo In a himcutuhlu condition. Whether
this is due to the machinations of foreign
ndiinlurcrsor not Hie Chinese stntesmoii
nrolnilliiultoso regard II, and tlio result
iu Ihc sister lhuiiiru is not likdy to hasten
the dny when (hint's policy of Isolation
shall be abandoned.
'Iho cotton otici.itlM's of Holton proiiosn
to go out on strike next 'I hursdny or l'riday
ami remain out for the remainder of tho
)ear asn prolist ngnlnst theuctlon of tbn
maters In refusing to grant theopor u-nl.
alliance until the 1st of January, when
work will bo resumed.
'I hero Is a great rush to obtain ndinis-Joii
to thu Kymud trial, whii h begins in 1'urbt
li-day. Over l,Oi)apiliiatlons fortlckcU
hniobcen refused within the pistfevi
dn.is, nil the si its haling been allotted
months ago. Many prominent men and
vvimiu me among those who h.tvo oh
tallied tickets. Tin demand for admission
Is even greaterthati in the ease of the cele
brated rinajmu murder trial,
Triilllcon'tho Sclno and I.oite Is sus
pended on account of lee 'I ho weather
throughout Trance Is unusually severe.
German journals tire advocating ti 111 ir
riago between thu herldltar) Princo of
Luxemburg and one ot the German
l'rlncesscslu order to ensure the eventual
iiimcxutlon of Luxemburg to German).
A numbi r of students at ( ))s)rto nn'i utly
oflorul their serilccs to thu goiermenf,
nud declared thdr willingness to go tu
Africa and dlofor their country in light
ing the Imglish. An intimation was con
vc)cd lo tin in that their olTer was likely
lo be nueptisl, whereupon, It is retire
tcutcd, the) wirogroutl) perturbed. Tint
niustir lists, whlih Ihu bold young pi
trlots hud prepared, sitddeul) ilts.iipeire-I
nud cannot now be found,
'I lie 1 rouble Scttlcil,
"l w Yoiik, Die. II). Tho Jlcivtirn dis
putih from Colon, V. S. C, si) s tbedilll
eully at Iloea Del Toro was found to bo be
llies nlhocmploies of the shlmilng llrm of
Wll'on A, Co , who declared that they went
beting iiersecutcd by the local authorities.
A can ltd ami thorough Iniestlgitiou of
nil tho fac Is In thu case resulted In a most,
satisfactory understanding and adjust
mint of the trouble which had been of
some jcars standing. 'Iho eauso or tlui
misunderstanding was an alleged uujtist
discrimination against thciessils of th
ill tu lu regard to port entries. Their ves
sels were obliged to clear from Colon,
which no other icssels are compelled
.1 IVoiuiitl 111 liuiltel.
sroTTstiwi, P., Dee 10 A few days
ago Miss Jones, the housekeeper or a
miner named Adams, in Hierson, illsap
lcarul, taking willi lier $.1J0 hi money.
It was ellscoured )esterduy that Miss
Jones also carried awn) sM,M in notes
pa) iiblc lo Adams, shu has mannged tu
1 lade arrest thus lar. An ollieer who saw
In r ut the mining town of Mover tlm
other day declined to ane-t her, because.
sbethieatcucd to literall) till him with
l.oillliiiit ltrlik llorks ('iiinpnii) Palt,
N111 Yom:, Dec. 10 'lliu Lorlllml
Dilck Works Company of this, city mid
KiyKirl, N J., has been plncisl In Um
hands of 11 lciclicr, ( liarles scllltr Thu
ccuiputiy has, it is slid, hi en 1 arrj lug 11
large amount of leal estatu und builders'
1 11 1 r. 'Ihelutterlscstlmnteil at upward
of $Jt0,(iOO, hence the compaii) was short
if cash. 'I he assignee su)s the liabilities
of Hiecompiiiy are about Vl,(iOO,ilOO, ami
the assets nlnmt (1,601,000. Thu business
will bu continued liy thu assignee,
A Di'speiiiilo ltetuptllli'il
So Amomo, Tix Dec 10 'scott Mi
Danlol, tho leader of the train robbers who
held up 11 colton belt passenger tiuln near
Texarkann last October, and Who was
subsequently laptuiesl, tried and found
guilt) and seutcniod lo n llfo term of Im
1 risonnient, und escaped on December I
liy sawing out of his cell, was rocuptimul
Sunday at Columbus by thuSherllT of
Colorado County. 'Hie prisoner passed
through hero jesterday on his way tu
Oarsman Itctuer Dlsupponis.
PiTTMii-io, I'v., Dee. 10. John Teenier,
the well-known oarsman, with his wife,
nud family hao been missing fiom Mo
KtisiHirt for two weeks past. Recently
he ilisposisl of ids personal uftocts, furni
ture, etc., and told his biothertlutt ho was
going to St. Joe, Mo llo cannot lie lo
cated there, however, and his lnother
thinks ho has gono tn lustralla tu iuvv
Kemp McLean ami 'ttmsbury.
, - .
'I lie l'opo In ltiillnn I'olllUs.
KoMf, Dec. 10. A Papal commission,
consisting of Cardinals llompallo, Orgell 1
and Ak11IiiI, and three hi) men, has been
npjvolntoil to organlzu amldinvt the uioio
luenU of Italian Catholic societies. This
tie Hon Is regarded as ludlcnthoof tho in
tention of Iho Popo to amime a mora
.iviiiv irun Jii lliu H.IIIIC ill Jllll) ,
l.ipiOSJ 1 HU 1 1) IV II Vtllllgi',
Dimiir, low 1, Hoe. 10. 'Iho com
munity Is excited nvor w hat is supposed
liy tho doctors to bu a genuine case or
leprosy. Tho State Hoard of Health sent
a lomnilttco hero to luiestlgate, but tlm
luitlint lied ou learning ot tho object ot
their vi-lt, and has not jet been found.
A Young I ml) llmiKit In Deutli.
CiiMUomi, G , Dec 10 -Miss Annlci
Heckle, iv Idle dtcssing for u Christmas;
tree pnrt) hist night, was binned tu death.
The ilrapor) of her lire vs. caught lire fiom.
fl gas Jet.
. 'pasiite wu'
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