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I IS SERVED BY CARRIERS
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AT SO CENTS A MONTH.
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WASHINGTON, J). C, WEDNESDAY EVENJ3Srd, DECUMnVAl 2,, 181)0.
IMMCE TWO CENTS.
M X . ) a VI SM" i '."" 'I'
'Si .. A - " - r - . I
'i hi: (iuhhn city or tiii: south.
LOTS rou SMX,
Willi a popnlallon of WW.OOO, where, wltlilu
leu rear, 27,000 new building have bceu
elected, costing tSO.OOO.OOO.
Btilrui from every port rlilo t anchor In her
harbor, anil In one year her eiports hare In
creased tit,rjrjO,OUO. la there any other South
crn city can mako such a showing?
WoliavolustSllots left, xllO feet, In the
most dealralilo part ot ths tit 5. Only 13 min
ute from the centre, In the most select and
nrlstocrallc neighborhood, ranging In price
from $123 to $2M. Thin I the only chance
iiuw, and iiover again will there be an opportu
nity to buy lota at this price In the city ot Hal
tlmore, Kren now, a mile bejond ns, they arc
selling lota for double the money. These
"tiers will only bold good for two week.
A l'EW TACTS WOUTU HEMEMlIElllNa.
That Haltlraore la tho (Juccn City ot ttio
That nhe haa a population of about 600,000.
That ahe haa In ten yeara orectcd SLOW new
tiulldinK. costing DO,000,CK.
That In ono year her exports havelncrotscu
That ships from every port tide at anchor In
That ahe control the entire fcontUcrn and
much of the Sonthweatern trade,
That ahe baa mills, factories and Industrial
enterprises of cv cry v arlcty.
That alio has markets unexcelled.
That the uasjehurches, schools, colleger anil
all educational rdrantagca equal to any In the
The little booming town ot the South, with
not a hundredth part ot the population, the
wealth, enterprise, factories, educational ad
vantage and home comtorla to bo had In Haiti
more, are Belling lota at from fitc to ten timet
the price we pro asking for lota In the mo-t de
niable part of the city. Only IS minutes from
the centre, In tho moat aelcct anil aristocratic
neighborhood, ranging In price from Jl to
Itemember that property In the northwestern
ttctlon ot thla city will go on Increasing In
.mine from jeor loycar. 1 hero Is no chance
"for h depreciation.
f.ota In thla tcctlon will pa) better thin any
110D1NSON, CLAHKK & CO.,
41 -10 Atlantic Building, 033 and 1-30 V street,
Wtsblngton, 1). C. dell-t
rpo tiii: puiiLici
In Making Contracts tor Brickwork.
JOSEPH W. COLLINS,
.UW P atrcet northwest, wants to advise the
public thai he is still contracting for nil brick-
Proniptaltentlon to work guarantee 1.
Is Comlus and I am Now Prepared to
bhow You a Complete Line ot
I5MOKINO JACKET t.,
Including n Complete Llncot the Popular
Umbrellas and Cincs,
l'ancy Night Shirts,
- Collars and Cuffs,
Neckwear, fllovca, SnspendeH
In fact, over) thing to add to the
comfort ot gcnllcmcu. AH the
above goods are offered at
va renusylvanla Avenue,
BAIIUEH A HOSS,
Eleventh and O streets.
Announce the following llirgalns tor
ONE WEEK ONLY:
Y J losers' Teaspoonn 03c per so t
Oidlnary Price tl.Slper act
btngllandlo Carvers, fully guaran
teed 1.33 pcrpilr
Ordinary price ,..,$l.C0per pair
Cionn l'lutlug Machine SO each
Ordinary price ,,$leaiU
Old Itcllable Clothoa-vv nngcr f 1.73 each
Our Entire Lino ot Delators nt 10
Per Cent. Discount.
Coal Hods, 10 Inches Wc
Ordinary price 30c
Also A Vull Line of (las und Oil Storci, Felt,
Weather Htrlps, Furniture Han
dles and Mechanics' Tools.
llAIIUCK i, 1I0SS,
11 AltDWAllE AND (.'UTT.KUY,
Opposite lloslon Dry Goods House.
OPEN AN ACCOUNT
WOODS & CO.,
HOC F Btrect northwest,
DEPOSITS, LOANS. EXCHANGE, COLI.EC
Wodeslro to rail Sneilul Attention to our
rcrtlllcates of deposit, issued and bearing In
tcrcut us follows, viz.:
IX) daya, Interest 3 per cent, per annum.
W da), Interest 4 per tent, per nnuuni,
IK) dajs, Interest 0 per cent, per annum.
Issued for both largo and small amounts,
Hunk opens 11.30. Closes I.IM. ileSlm
NEW SCALE KIMIIALL PIANOS,
ELIXJUNT FINISH AND hTYLE,
Indorsed hy tho Lending Artists ot the Woild,
For sale by
ilelH H W 0. MENTZEHOTT & CO.
rilllH flOODYKAlt HIIIIIEU COMPANY
JL wishes to call attention to their aunerlor
liullty of llubber Shoes and Hoots ot all kinds
lor every class. Now, Ladlea and Gentlemen,
we nru the leading house of this kind In the
elty. Call and examine prices. QUOIIYEAlt
Hl'UHEH COMPANY. dcUlm
special not icus.
LOAN AN1 TKUST COMPANY,
Temporury Ofilcrs: Corner Tenth and 1' streets
Vnder Act of Congress Approved October
Subject to the (supervision of tho .Supreme
Court nt the Dlatrlil of Columbia and the
Comptroller ot the Currency.
Hrcelve deposits and allow a Interest on bal
ances. Issues tertlflciitcs ot deposit.
' Acts cs Kxecutor, Admlnlstrttor, (luardlan,
Trustee, Itecelver, Assignee, Committeo ot the
Estate of Persons Nun Compos Mentis and
other business ot a fiduciary character.
INTEnKST ond DIYIDENIW collected for
customer WITHOUT CIIAUUK,
Guaranteed Investments furnished. Notes,
secured by deed of truat, for sale. Money
loaned on first-class collateral security and on
Our new building, at the corner of Ninth and
P streets, Is being tilled up with bafo Deposit
Vaults unsurpassed tor sntct' and convenience
Bkaisaih) II, WAnVLi:, President.
John Jot Edson, Vlce-Presldeut.
Wat. II. KomsoK, .Secretary,
Wm. II. Gi'ulet, Treasurer.
John T. Anji, John II. L invrR,
Ciias. D. IlAILLr,
CllAH. . llAKEll,
Jajus L. llAnnocn,
OroituE E. 1IA11T0L,
Jl J. UAllLISriTO.V,
JonN Jot Kdsox,
John A. Hamilton,
AuintT r. 111,
O. C. Oiirr.s,
Wa. II, GuntKr,
GEOIIIIK 1', SCHAl'KII,
N. II. BllKA,
J. H. rlWOHMSTHDT,
II. II. Wahnkk,
CltAB. II. WlLKINsoV,
A. A. Wilson,
J.. D. Wisr,
M. W, WooUWAHI),
A. 8. WOKTIUNUTOV.
dc 10-1 Dl
OEOP.OE WHITE & feONV
WJ Maine avenue. dell
l'lnest Assortment ot
CELEHHATED 1'AinilANKS i COLE'S
rAUI.lI.ESS HAHUMAN PIANOS,
SUPE1I1I "NEW .SCALE" KIMIIALL PIANOS,
PULL LINK OF SHEET MUSIC AND MU&IO.
W. O. ME rZEHOTT CO.,
lltOl' street n. w. delMoJnl
OHAHTEIlED IY CONGHES3 1813.
FKANKI.IN INSUHANCr. CO.
Of Washington, D. C.
CAPITAL AND bUHPLUS $ai3,000 00
Has never contested a loss by fire, hut nlvvajs
makes piompt und liberal adjustments.
Dli. DANIEL I). CI.AHKE, Trcst.
CEO. E. LEMON, Vlco-Prcst.
CIIAS. S. liKADI.EY, Trcas.
I. rKNWICK YOUNG, Sct'y.
WILL P. EOTELEH, Ass't Sec'y.
l'orthe convenience ot persons living In the
eastern and western sections ot the city, ar
rangements have been made by which they
can pay their gas bills during banking hours
NATIONAL CAPITAL HANK
WEST END NATIONAL HANK,
Dills paid after the Sib ot each month will
not bo entitled to the discount ot :!3 cents per
1,U0U cubic ftet.
WASHINGTON OASLIOHT CO.
Having retired from tho firm of EMMONS &
DHOW N, I take I'll asure In Informliu my
friends and tho public that I can be round at
in) olllte, I'll 'leulli afreet liorlhw est, whore I
uni condiu ting n general
HEAL ESUV1L, LOAN and INbUHANCE
Prompt and personal attention given to ull
matters plutcd 111 mj hands, llcspectfullyt
JAMES F. 1IIIOWN,
tiOl Tenth (ticet 11. vv,
Telephono Cull, 17.1 3, imv it lm
171011 THE PUIIEVl' AND HESP OALU'Oll
l nla Wince, at the moist reasonable irltes,
go In the bonoinu California Wlno Company,
HIT Ninth street liortliwebt.
dciaiui JOSEPH NEUMANN.
llrlckliijer and Conlinctor,
13X1 Pcuus)Iianlii avenuo uorthwest,
Wants to adilse the public that Urlckwork ot
Every Descrlpllon will receive Prompt Atten
tion at his hands. Holler Setting and linkers'
Ovens a Specialty, no rill m
What In I tty for. our husbands, sons, brothers
m:d friends fur Ninas presents In tho w ay ot
JIEN'S ITHNlMIINd (100IH. -Wc
hate prepared a very attractive llnoot
M:civ DllI'.x'-INO IN Till! VAIIIOIIS
HIIAPKS, AI.I.-MN'1'.N HANDKIIIICIIIHIM,
IN PLAIN Willi I! AND rNOY 11011-
in:n, i:i.i:oant Mi'iTi.Kit", (ii.ovin,
r-rsPiiNDciis, rMiiiu:i,i.A's, com.aus,
curis. HAi.r iiosi:, nioht hoiiks,
curr liu'n ons, hcaiu' pins, s.c, &c.
no beller Holiday present tlun a
trK nf Krrt
en a I Ino Dress bnlrts, i. Al, (;.
brand, COe,; h. Iiranil, 31 each; K. Iv. brand,
tl.'.'.'i. Ileal In tho world.
Wo were fortunate enough lo secure a large
lino of AI.I.-MNK.V HANIJKI'.lll'llir.rs be
fore Iheadinnco In prlres, consenuenly offer
von the so L'ooda nt the DM) I'HICIM. An ele
gant All linen Initial Handkerchief, 3 for (1,
Our i"c. Handkerchiefs aro n great bargain.
You are cordially Invited to Inspect the abot e-
KKEP MANt'KACTUIUSO CO ,
117 rlerenth at. n. w.
soi.r.Ati'T rou DivnticT or Columbia.
Pa. Ann 1th
Ave. and tit.
of pictures Is
tho art store of
W. II. eerhotr,
who has all the new
publications in Etch
nnd Allotypes, Water
Color and Pastel Paintings
by Amirleaii ami foreign
alnters. loth frnmed and un-
framed. An Immense Hue of
FrHinn Mouldings, comprising
more than Seven Hundred St)les,
all well i-elected and new, ot which
frame are made to order to suit
tho anbjeit pictured, Essels,
Pliciues and reidj-mado frame
at Low Prlriv, Agency for
tha Soulo Photo Company,
at No. 1H I'cnnsylrania
avenue, where a full
Hue of Artists' Materials
and Pine t-titlon-
rry can lie found.
I will be pleased
lo have )ou call
almvo at an
- no noi
Corner l'ennsjlvnnla nve. and Thlileenth n,,
llnveiemoved to lil Ele.cnth street 11. w.,
Opposite Star Ofllec. de-2-13 n
Ol'KICE OP THE MUTUAL 1'IIIK INSIIIl
ANCE CO. of 1). C Washington, Dec.
10,lffiU Pollij hnldcis ore hereby notified to
renew their Ini-urance on or before ttoi LAST
MONDAY In DKCKMDF.U, 1K'), for tho year
ltt'l. Please renew eartv and thus avoid tho
erovvdof tho last few davs.
deiMt J. WESLEY IIOTEI.KIS, Htr.
T' EADINO INbTIIU.MI'.NrS.
IVEUS A POND
Moderate prlres. Easy terms,
ments taken In pin pnjmcut.
Tuuln ' nnd
repairing. 1 eiepuone 1 jtj.
bANDEHb .t bTAY.MAN.
PlIANK HU1LE1!, Manager,
1UI 1' bluet N. W.
13 North Charles btrect, llcltlmore.
list lltoad Street, lllchmond, Va.
Ladle nnd Gents' 1'ocketbooks,
Plush and Oxldlrcd Comb and Drtish Cjses,
Gold Pens and Pencils,
l'lne Illustrated Hooks, all btandnid Works.
Fine Selection of Musle Doles, My
CALL AND EXAMINE.
JOHN C. PAHKEII,
111" and 010 Seventh Street Northwest,
ELEGANT LADIES' HESTAUItANT,
Corner Tenth and F streets.
Ever) thlnp; First-class.
1 hentre Parties a Specialty.
dol3-lm Prompt Serv Ice. Polite Attention.
"IIOH AMEHICAN WINES
Place Your Order With the
TO-KAI.ON WINE COMPANY,
01 1 Fourteenth street 11. w, nov-J5
PltOPCS THE STIIINOENOY OF THE
In these times of tho apparent Inse
ruiltyof many securities, the shrewd
and conservative investor is very apt to
turn to Life Insuranco us the best of nil
fciifo Investments. Heio are a fuvv ot tho
You pity In small Installments,
011 run no risks.
"Wm eet from I to 3 per cent. com.
pound Interest. Y011 secure protec
tion. our helix rerclvo the amount of
jour polity ehould )ou die and )ou re
tclvonearl) ns much ac;.ilu ns)oupiy
In t-lionUI )uu live until It matures.
You nlo rcielvo Oils money when
)ou may waut It most In jour declin
ing 5 enrs.
Wliy hesllnto about making such a
aatu, senslblo nud iirufltiible Invest
inentl Von cannot do better wltlijonr
liiuuey, Huve )our lite Insured,
HOWES ,t HALL.
T ho Equitable Life Assurance (society.
ncnSMui l'WI F street 11. vv,
Chaiii.es c, duncanson.
Corner of Ninth and D streets northwest,
Attend Promptly to Sales ot Every
rUIINITL'HE. DlllC-A-HItAC, STOCKS,
HEAL ESTATE, c.
Advance! Mado and All bales Settled
Prrsoual Attention (liven Same.
PIIAYGIIS AND lirMKAI.0,
1II.A0K SIIAL AND IIUflIA,
CHAPMAN A TAYI.OH,
UIO Pa. Ave,
mill! WE4T END
JL NATIONAL HANK.
Nineteenth at. and Pa, nvc, Washington, D. O.
Tomtiio lloT No. 2. Tito iltirciuof
dili'NliHo roiHirtwl In favor of aunnllni;
to llio llfrrcelKifr Miuiufnrtitriiii; (kmi
)anv tlm contract for tho cotitrinHnn of
torpedo liout No. 1!, Their Mil was 91,U00
for 11 bunt of 11- tons ilhiilHcemcut.
I'im.fii ox tiii; I'ltl'MHKNT. The Presi
dent rccelvisl imly a fi-vv callers tmljy,
ntiiong tlieni bclnj; the Attorni'V-f't'ticriil,
r'ciinlors Spooncr imil KvnrN, Hcpri'ient i
lives Dnlzcll, .Morrow, Dollver, Kandall,
lltirrnws und Ilootlnnan.
T'iik Sti:mi.i: Hotov.TIio Unltnl
PlnkM hlcanier lluhtnn will lio rrady for mm
liy IVliriiurv 1, anil on Hint dtto will. ill
from New York to Join the Mittmlriiu of
evolution In tiictlcafoxcrclso in .Southern
TrnvHiiv CiiMiwoMKN. 'J'lio cliur
vvoiuenof the Trinsury Dquirtnu'iit will
ho nindo liuppy this evenlnj;. 'J'lio Olilef
C'lrtk has ii'ieiu'd enoligh Miluntary cvn
IrlLt.tlons from the clerks of this IK'twrt-
nii'iit loliuy a turl.eylor each of llieehar
wuuui. N'vvm ('Kin rk. llnslgn Iiuao. N", Hey
mour has hcen ordered to the receiving
clil Hale Jununry 10 nuxt.
I.iculi'iiant A. V. flrnut h.is li;eii or
del id to teuiiioiniv duty In ooiineetloti
with theeleitne llglitlngol esls.
Dn.lOATIS TO TIIK JIllNCTMty (lMI-ll
r.Mi;. 'Ihu Department of Stalo has hei'ii
liiforjnid'that Senoi Don I'liiniirii (.'ntilt
ron nnd S'enor Don Julio Henglfo will
mint tho lepublluot tloloiiililu at the
Inttrnatlonal Anieritau Jloiu-tary t'on
fereuce. I'itition iimim I'i'iu'vivn UiiAif.i:ti or
Commlkt. Hon. I'. .'. (J. Zegarr.i, l!eru
!an Mllil'ter to the United States, this
liioinlng pn-i-ntcd to tho Secretary of
Stud- a lengthy petition from thel'liiimlier
oftiniineieo of Lima, Peru, to the De
paitnicnt of I'otelgn ltd itlons of that
oonntrj leg.irdlng thu Improvement of
steamship eommunkMlIou helvveen t lit 1
eoitntry und I'tttt.
1'i.oiinmjs ton l'iiu.ii ii: iik Viasrw.
yeeutary 'I'nicv to-day utithoried the ud
erlKltiisof hlds for lutrchaie of icrtiln
iels which have been stricken ft 0111 the
Navy logjstcr under authority of an act of
t'ongriss, and which It is deemed best for
the I'nlted States IiimII. Tho vessels of
fered, their appraised nlue and their
loiation are: Tho. lunintn. ftU,0UU, Ports
mouth, X. Y.j llioiiklyn, ?lt,noO; Osslpeo,
Ma,.W, and Speedwell (tug), s?.'',U')i), Nor
folk, Va.: Pilgrim (tug), KJ, I.c.igiiu
Island, I'hlladelphla; Sangus (munttnr),
SNJU, and Keseue (tug), Mn, at Wiishhiu;
1011,111111 (Julnneluup, jEl.fioO, at llroolc
lyn, X, Y. Proposals will be iivelveil
until noon Wednesday, Mutch 2j, lWlll.
To IffapflT NXTIOVM. G'FMRTr.lltl,i
llilEiidlor-Cencinl Menllt, Department of
thu Missouri, has bsned an order that
Major T. D. Yroom, Insjiector Kcneral of
tliu depnitment, will inspect the iiulioniil
1 emelerles nt Motiiul City, 111., and Corinth,
7Iis.; thu national cemetery and recruit
iiiK rendezvous at Memphis, Tliiii.: the
national u outcry at Little Hock ami the
Army and Xnvy (icuerul Hospital nt Hot
,Spriii;H, Ark.; tlio national lemeteries at
Alexuiidiiit, .oulslana, Vltksburi? and
Xntcliez, Miss.; Port Hudson, llalon l'ouj;ii
nnd t'liuliiiLtte. I..i.: the subsistenen depot
nt New Orleans, I.a.; tho national ceme
tery nt .Mobile anil tlio money accounts ot
tho dlsbtirslnj; olllier.s at Monte,omery,
Ala.; the Columbia Arsenal, Tenu.; the
national emelerles nt Nmlrvlllo nnd
btone's Klver, Tenu., and tlio reerultlnit
rendezvous nt r.vimsville, I nil. He will
also Inspect diirlus tills tour tho money
m couiiIh of tho ilKburslnc; olllcers at Mem-
Phis, i.utle lloLi;, not Mrmiv, vici.stiuri
New Orleans, Mobile, Columbia and X:
A hlntiie to 1'iirte.
'Ihelluieau of the Amctleau llepubllas
hnslufcitmatlouth.it tlio first monument
(o liernandoCorte, tlio eonquercrof Mex
ico, was uiiMlled In his nntlrerlty of Me
delltu, In i:tieiiiadma, Spain, ou thu il
of December, 1MKI. 'I h (tatue was erect d
by tho munlilpalltv of Medellln, aided by
tho contriliutlon ofel.MiU fiom tho Senalo
and H,'.3 by the Chamber of Deputies of
Spain. Tho.statuois tho work of a younif
Spunlsh hculplnr, lmKenlo Ihrron, It
blundsln tho centre of ti si(tiaro formerly
oeciiplcd by tho old Corte. homestead,
whlili was demolished to plvo room for
tho monument. The statue stands about
ten fict hit;h and represents Curias In the
full military dress of llio period, e.irrylnu'
ill his riitht hand thu stall' of eommainl,
ami In his lift the llap; of Castile and
l.eon. The pedestal Is 11 masilve touo
btructurolii the Hhnpoof a fifteenth cen
tury fortress, and boars on its four hides
representations of broken Arte-o weapons
with thu incriptlons: Mexico, Tlasuda,
Otumba, Tabasco, On tho front of tho
pedcbtul appears tho 11:111111 "Hernan
I'nitw" and the e'tut of arms which
Charles V, gi anted him on his icttirn trout
How lliey Will Speml tlm Hay.
To-diiywns an unusually ijitltt ono at
tho District Jlulldlne;. Commissioner
DoukI.is.3 left this moriilun; for HrooMyn,
X". YmWIuto he will spend I In Minus with
his d.iiiKhter. ComniMoner ito-s will
enjoy his ron'-t turkey nnd cranberry
sauce witli Ids family at tlio X'.itlonul
Hotel. Colonel Itobcrt will hpeml tlio day
at his city ri'sidonee,
As-i's.-m Trimble will remain at home,
Cnplaln I.usk entertains 11 number of
bis lelallves wlio are iltlnu him from
l'ort Hamilton, New York.
Captain Kos-eU's attention toMrectsnnd
roads will be devolisl to-morreiw In hoh
(eilleitor D.iv Is will enjoy homo life in
the comfort of 1111 nld-fieililoncil CluUl
111 ns dinner.
llisi'eilor llnlwlsle and hh assistant,
Mr. llrndy, will play S.mtu Clans to their
The hnrelest worked men In tho build
ing, Dr.Tlml.iln and Auditor Petty, lay tlio
lien asldo on tho morrow for the eur lug
knife and sauce ladle.
Tor the best of holiday liouor.iir,o to tlio
old reliablcClirla. Xatuler'n, lM07tliit n.w .
Attend tlio reiluction salo of Bulls ami
Overcoats. Khemitn llros., 7th unit U.
J)KAAVING TO A CLOSK.
TUB FlNAIi AIKIPMI'.NTS IN W'AUDVI
A l.nice Crowd Hear .Senntoi- lllack
liurn'n Masterly ami Eloiiient 1Tp.i
for Ills Client To he (liven to the
Jury This Afternoon.
Another ml In tho traitody of tho Mar
ble Saloon Is fast draw hit; lo a close. To
day, In all probability, tho trial of Prank
K. Wnnlfor tho murder of Mnurieu Ad
ler will be llnl-bnl and the case placed In
the linndu of llio Jury to determine his
guilt or Innocence.
The aritmncnt lor the prosecution was
oiK'iicdjcitcril.iy afternoon by Mr. Cl.ur.ott
In an able presentation of the (lovetn
ment's oideof thecac.
Ho described the murder in the Marble
Falcon find thu causo which tlio prosecu
tion claimed led up to It tlio previous
llsht in Hurdle's place. The words which
Ward uttered when arrested, Mr. Clajtott
mild, wero of fatal hiiirt and allowed tho
dcflro for eiie;c.inec that rnuklcd in his
bosom. Tho rieochettiiiK shot theory of
tliodefenso vrnscharactemcdn'i ridiculous,
nud tho experiments In tlie Wood's pinn
ing mill were absurd iiml preposterous and
linn cd nothliiK.
Mr. Claitclt then pointed out tho defects
In llio Insanitv tlieorv. Of nil the wit
nesses, ho milel, Hint testified (11 their belief
In Want's insanity not ono Iiml taken nny
Mips to ameliorate his condition.
In (.loolliu Mr. ClnRttt niudo it conlpre
lienshe review of the lino of the defense)
and exhibited the Haws which exist In
'llio dally uowd of upect.ilors has al
ways been lnrire, but necnlitrlnK tho two
weeks of llic trial has such 11 crowd lllls.il
tlio itlnomy old entirt room ns asscmlihsl
tills mornfni! to listen to tlienrKimients of
the dlstlnKiilshed tounsel for and aitalnst
When the rotirt wasnpeued at lOo'e loel:
Wardiuid Jud;e Wilson werealie.idy in
their rents. Senator llluckburn apjicireil
11 few minutes later.
.ltideje Wilson bis.;an the proe-eislinss by
nddresslnt; the Court, Motllitf that Mr.
ChiKilt In his oiienlnifinviinifiit yesterday
hud said liatlilni; about the crime of man
luttflittr. .Mr. Wilson desired .Judge
Hoj;etohtit bo known ir a M-rdict of
liiiuislntiithtf r was to beionslderesl by the
dm eminent iiml If so on what urntmds.
He did not pre-s tho matter however, and
then bcernti nil oiunlni; argument.
"I npjirnncli this e use with .101110 embir
uisunent," mid Jitilije Wilson. "To-ntor-row
Ls 11 ilnvwhleh ojieiis a day of new
life; u day for peace to 1111 u and irood will.
Thniuc;h cinlitieu hundresl joarsithm
been 11 day ot justlu To-morrow is
Christmns," eontlnueil the spe.ike-r, "and
ou that recount 1 will bu.isbiieE as inn
Bible. "A fe-wjiMMiiKi) I'liiiik K. Ward was a
prcsiienms business man, but he was
lornsl toLrlve It up because it riivo annoy
iineoto lusneiKlibors. His prosperity was
brought to a, standstill by the haint of the
Inw. Xuliually Mich a blow would emsu
ilispomlenev In any num. I'tlendse.imo
lo his relief, but here again enlamlty
bhovvtditielf. What happened to no many
thoiuianels before happened lo him. lie
pavenui to 11 habit which Is far worse
ilian wnr or iK-stlli'iire. His ease Is not
illffeiintfioiii liundiiHlsof thouaiuls who
have umio befoie. It is not my inten
tion," lontlnuid the .liulffr, "In iro into
tin details of Hie case. Hut aweek liofore
tiiotr.iKislyMauiice Adler.ind Ward weie
losslnt; coppers in a friendly manner in
the same saloon In wide ii two shots were
llresl by Wind, nnd tremi tho effects of
one Adlu died."
JihIku Wilson thin dNeus-csl at lcniftli
in what the. offense nf minder consisted.
"'U10 definition of Coke," f.iid llio JmUc.
"(,1m n over two hundred jeaisiuo, is still
the only recognized one. It Is. '.Murder is
tiiol:lluiij;ot a human belnitby a person
of sound mimlwltii malice uloKthoucjIit,'
"'ilio defendant, however, must be pre
sumed to be Innocent beforo hois proven
Ituilty. It falls upon tho (Internment to
sliow Hint Ward eonimltted murder wilh
malice aforethought, that lio iormislthe
puriKe of killini; Adler nnd shot him
with that Intent. If tho prosecution fails
to prove this, then the case must end.
Another thing that the prosecution must
show is that the defendant was of Miiiml
mind when lie loinuutted the deed. Kilr
if he was not of sound iiilud ho could
form no Intent to commit murder.
"Ileilli of theso things must be shown or
thu ca.seof tlio prosecution falls.
"Wo will prove to you," continued Mr.
Wilson, ''tltut neither of these facts have
been shown. It was by tho mure-t acci
dent Hint AViiid had a pistol In his pocket
on tho night of thu shooting. If no had
inleiielcd to kill Adler ho wouldhavo been
prepuml nt all times to do so; but It was
bv the merest uteiiiem tuat no nan it 111
'J liecpi'iike-r then detailed the testimony
of Mr. rinlcy, showing Hint the pistol
was In 11 gun-case until the night of Juno
18. "If .Mr. rinlcy hud not gone 011 an
exLUition that nlgfit," tontlumd Mr. Wil
son, "the pistol would novcr have left the
case-, anilMr. Wurd would now bo a freo
1111111 and Adler llhig. Tho speaker then
itlatid a chain otelrouuist.ini.es, .showing
how Hie bomb thrown by the Amuelilsts
in Chicago was the causiiof thede.ith ot
Mr. Mejerln this city while the ease was
being hoard bcloru tho Rupicme ( '.ntrt.
"Hut," said Hie Jiulue, 'I will show
that Ward did not havotho pl-tnl in his
jiockctwith thepurjiosoofshiHitlug Adler.
Tho most lmKiitaiit feitmoof the rasu
lias hi en entirely neglected by Mr. Cl.igett
in his argument. This fact was that Ad
ler, Newnu'yerand Ward all stood In n
line with each other when they le.inesl on
the bar, and it was, therefore, impossible
for Wurd to have shot Adler without
blinotlng Uiroupli Xewmeycr. That tlio
men stood in tills position is show 11 by
tho testimony of Xov meyer, llucklngliam
and (Jinuirtv, who wi'io all (iovernment
witnesses. There is 11 slight difference lu
their testlmonv. llucklngliam statist that
Adler was between Ward mid New meyer.
Hut If that was true, and Ward intended
to Kill Adler, jio would hnui placed the
pistol at his heart and killed lilm instantly,
lint, no. lie llri'd at tho Hour, showing
(leaily that he bad 110 intention of killing
mm. imcMUgiiam lesnnes 111.11 iiiilt uio
lltst shot Adler got behind New meyer,
and swears that Ward could not liavoshot
directly at him without hilling Nowmeyer.
Tlie (.iovernment," lontlniied Mr. Wilson,
"has spollisl its own t.ise with theo wit
nesses, for if tlio testimony of tlio (Joy
etniitent Is true, Hun Ward did not shout
at Adler.but at the Iron pillar.
"A juror," said Mr. Wilson, "is per
mitted to itsu his common soiioand ex
perience In doduilng lads. Kviry Juror
knows that a Jiistol llinl at tnentv paces
would go through a ll-iiich board, and If
llred nt a man not moro than 10 fist away
would stuely go through Ids neck,"
1 oniinumg nisiirguiueni,,iinige hiisou
Id the ball had not lie en llrcd ellroitlv at
his theory ol 11
liolioi helling shot. Tlm bullet wits pro-
iliiecilmuloxlilbltcil to I lie jury Jltue
Wil-on made n powerful iitgument, nud
(oueludid with 1111 eloiiieut appeal to the
jury to bring In 11 vciillit nccoiding to the
tist'linony nud law.
f-tnator lllaekburn, at the hour of going
to pres, is delivering thedoslngnrguuieut
for tho defense. Tlio eoiltt room was
now ill el and the Siualor's speech was
ilstened to attentively.
Senator lllaekburn closed his stieeeli
for thoilefenseat !l n'clixk and Judge
lingo began tho closing argument' for the
i:tilty Com t Notes,
In Hie Hiiulty Court tn-tluy, in tliecaso
of O'Nilll vs, Cross, tho appcir.iiico ot
absent ilifendaiit was ordered Tlio as
signment for Triday Is New ii, IS, 'Ji, J7,
OLD W(lltl.l) NEWS.
Happening 11 till Doings In (lie (,'npll lis
Loniiov, Dee. Ul. A lloiuedlpalchsiy
that, in n ply ton remonstrance from the
Court of Austria ngaiust utterances by
Chun.li authorities In favor of republican
government, the l'opo lias icplled tli.it he
will not withhold his nHistoIlu good-vvll
from nny form of government wlilcli at
fords due proteitlon to the Church in Hi
fulfillment of Its mission ou earth.
I'ntlier Hyncinllie deies not agree with
Ciinlinal I,algeileV langtiigo In stippor
of re publican government on tho ground
that Hie C.inlimd iptotesl as a model Stato
the republic, of lleuudor in South Amer
ica whero frculoni of worship Is not per
mitted. Pore Hyaelnthn would prefer n
monarchy to sin 11 11 republic.
iiumin corresiiouiii'iico siaie-s inai mn
g I'liinl (Jiinsislory Is looked for-
ward lo Willi great Interest lu Ireland as
Itlslielleveslthnttlie Pope will nt lenglli
promolo AtxlibMioii Walsh to theillgnlty
of Cardinal. The English opp'Mitlou lo
thiseourso Is not si, stienuoiis as it was
now Hint Home Ktiln Is looked upnu
by the piuty In power as divd, hut 11 re
port from Home state that the Vatican
ii not altogether pleased with clerical no
tlvlty lu the Kilkenny election.
The decision or thu Duteli (Iovernment
to sign tho ngnemeut permitting the
Congo Tree State to levy an Import duty
of 1U percent, was, It appears, arrived at
under tho iiilluemo ot France, which
country had foimerly uiged Holland not
to sign in order to bring about 11 crisis in
the llnimces of tho Congo State find com
pel it to sell out to Kriinee. One leason
lor thcehnnge of heart Is that France Is
not at present in 11 liuancial condition to
buy Hie Congo Slate.
A letter res.elved from ul'usslan exile at
Peitrieh 1 barges that Soiilile (lunreherg,
Hie Nihilist who was conilcmucd to dcjth
for being cone erned In a plot against Hie
life of tho (Vnr, had Iiitii subjected to tor
ture in prison and Hint her eiien were
heard bv ntlicr nrlsoners. who ninniiired
to make the fact known. Tho object Is
supposed to have bceu to obtain level.!
tioni tegnrding edlier uecompllees.
T'heeoiiiinittee of I'rtuili Chamber of
Deputies has repotted agnlnst considera
tion of thu Mori .111 bill forth" abolition
or taxation of Hie lilies.
The abnormally cold, foggy and wet
sense 11 lias increased London's deatli rate
from IS to HI 1ST 1,000.
'1 ho Trench (lov eminent has nskesl the
chamber to vote U.MM.OOO francs for the
encouragement of the slik-worm raising
inui'siry in 1 runic.
MM. Lagucrre, Iiisint and .St. Mar
tin, formerly udhcrcnts of (Icuerul Jim
Ianger, havolotnied a snp.irato group lu
tlm Trench Chamber e.uil will adopt an
At Oslenbing, saxony, last nialit n tit
ben named Kicslcr, his wife and their
three children were suffocated 111 their
iipartmints by escaping gas from 11 coal
It Isieporltd that m my p"rs ins h.ivj
peri!iid hi Itu -In owing to the extreme
1 old, and that a party of thirty were
froen lo death while crossing a bleak
Aefv lees from India stato that liritlslinrr
elianls Hare view with growing concern
thogrent Inline neo cxerelsesl bytheOor
inans in Slum, when1 thoionsul renresent
ing (iermany has just been uilsed to llio
dignity of minister.
WANTED TO WHIP THE TOWN.
A'Oeorgelown Man VV tin Assalllteil 11
Number of IVrsous.
Louis Dudley, a w bite resident of George
tow 11, started out a llttlo too previously on
ids ( hrlMni.is celebration. Yestcidiiy
about 1 o'clock he assaulted .1 !'. Hteains,
11 ie!dcut of Virginia, wlio was on Ids
way home over llio AiititiliiLt Ilridge. and
kuoekid him down several times.
Soon alterwiird lie struck Walter lleaili,
an iuoffenslvo (illen, in tlio face wltliu
btonennd broke his tinc,
About tho same time lie hit aw 0111 in
who-e name could not be obtained, with
a stone and crippled her badly; ul-o 11s
s.iultid an otlicer when ho wiui arrested.
lu tho Police Com tin-day Disfrii t Altor
iiej Mnlovvney asked for a eniitimiamo
until to-monow so that other ueoosaiy
witmsi"i could be proLiuul.
DETl'.HMINEll TO DIE.
A f'oloieil Zlliin Takes Cliloiofutm Willi
John Williams, colored, attempted ui
cide jfsteriluy afternoon by taking elilo
roform. Ho was discovered lieforo the
drug had limn to do Its work and through
tho efforts of Dr. Martin was brought
mound safely. Williams says ho w 111 re
sort to oilier means as he is determined to
I'rimi Snow lit sun.
What tho Peunsjlv aula lLilIroad does
is well done. It lias now given to Hie
public a beautiful little hook, descriptive
of Plorlda, incidi ntnlly ofe nurse, just how
to get there in tho most luxurious style.
It lias blue backs, cmbo-scd in gold and
is embellished with beautiful illustrations
of 1 loridu scenery T.ieh of the ptlnci
pal I lorlda lcoits Is di'serlbed in detail.
The honk is 11 credit t the printer,' and
engiavers' art, and its llterarj stjle is not
less attractive. A dip to ITorida on the
si ei l.d veftibuleil trains, personally e in
ducted, is n delight.
A Sjmimtlictlo Utile (ilil.
Ihocliailty that makes tho whole world
kin mid tho sympathetic and generous
disposition of children wns strikingly ex
emplified during Hie recent engagement
of (ho "Poor Jonnth.in" Company in
Philadelphia, when Mr. Tied. Solomon
lei lived tlio following letter, which is
tot Wai st'T smt.i.T. riin.AHKi.niu.
oor Mi. Joiiatftan:
1 vwis to llio matinee Saturday w Ith m sisters,
and I llilnl. llwnsver.v unkind of that Mr
Jiubygol'l to take all his mono) avva) from )oa
again I have sent )ou a box of e indies, some
flowers and one dollar to spend Christmas Day,
so )ou will not bens uuhiipp) us foil Invo
been before I saw vou. I nm onl) n little girl
7 )earsoId. but 1 have u kinder hesrt than tint
erne! Ji llvlilivM. onr little filend,
lie Hail it llislasle 1'or Woilc.
"I can't work," said John Thcurer, a
respectable oppe'arlng man, wlio npiilieil
at tho Twelfth street station l.t-t night for
"You ought to be made to do so," re
plied Mr. ifollhis, the station keeper,
''Yes, that may be," continued Theurer,
"buteverv tlmelgoto wink, I am pur
sued by a Pittsburg iHilleem.iu who has
been hounding me for i.irs."
OnOitoborv Theurei was sent to the
workhouse and was mil) released from
there vostorduv nioiulng. lie has bien
In tlie lull, it ol lurking about the Widto
House and Socritnr.v lllalue's resiileuce
and is undoubtedly a dangerous ctaiik
HuloldMr, llnlllirs Hint it was lar better
toglvelilm some plaie to sleep than to
have him out doors to commit a crime.
He was suit to the lodgers' room.
A llejeiteil Miltur Kills lllm-t'ir.
Vmomow.n, Pv ,Dee ' Trunk. 'bley
of Dunbar shot and killed himself M m
ilav night In Hie piiwiuo of his sweet
heart, JIIni Ola Haul) , bee.iusoshe retusod
to marry him,
Trunk Moore, thoiouipllei of "The He
belhou Itevord," has dlseovered what lie
believes to be a geuuluo imitrnlt of (leorgo
Washington engaged in stnoklugii pipe.
It Is bv 11 Southern artist, and Is the prop
crlyot an old Virginia family Mr M wio
intends to repiodttco It for printing, and
sa)s that it will not detract In tlio led
from tlio generall) prevailing Idea of thu
great personal dignity of Winhlngtun.
(10TUHI5 IS rOJIlXd.
TUP, i:i!Ol.i!TI()N INTUODirPIM) IN
THE HENATE HV Mil. AMIIIICII.
The Hulling Logic With Whlrli It Is
Sought to Justify It The Senatorial
Iloii-s lUrrive If Willi (iirat Dignity.
It !o(h Over.
As statu! in TiinCitmi yestcrd ly would
bo done, Mr. Aldrieli, at tho conclusion ol
Mr. Call's speech on Hie Elections bill at
U:i0p. m., hit rodm ed a le.solutlou to pro
vlelo (or cloture. It reads as iollows:
Jlinlittt, 'I hat for tin- remain ler of this ses
slon Hie rules ot tho senate lie ntiiemlcd bv
nddliu thereto the fiillonlu: Wlri all) bill
or resolution or oilier ipiesilon shall luve hen
tinder consldi rstlon fur n rei-unable time It
shrills lu order for on) Siiiulorto demu id
Unit debate thereon shall be tlo.eil. On sjch
iteinand no elcbate sh ill bo In order, and, pend
ing stub demand, iiootlui motion, except one
motion to adjourn, shall tie mail,'. Ir such de -mend
le sei ended by miinritv of tlio Sens
tors present the ipiesilon shall rorttiwlth be
tukui II11 troll without debate. If Hie Senate
shall decide to ilose debits on any hill, resolu
tion or other question tin- uns un sleill take
I reci dent u of all other titi-lucss w h it, v cr, and
the question shall lio ou all pending amend
11. eats. If an) are then n n.llnr, ntrt iiiiuu the
ineusiue lu fts successive Mages uteoruing to
tho rules ot the Senate, but without further de
brte, e xiept that ever) Siiialorvvho ma) desire
shall be pcriiitttiit to speak upon the
measure, Ine hiding all amendments, not more
than once, and not rxct ding thlrtv minutes.
If the r-eiiate shall have ileclile 1 to close ile'i 110
as herein irovlded, no motion shall be In ord-r
but a motion to adjourn or to take le recess,
when such motion ehjll lo seconded b) a ma
Jorlty of the Minute. When either of saeli mo
tions shall have been lost, or ah ill havo fulled
of a second, It shall not belnordvrlo renew the
same until one Senator shall hive spoken upon
the pi ndingmcastire.nrouevoto upon tlio into
slum hive Intervened. Pi tiding proc"illn.'s
under the fortuning rule, no pinc-Mlni In r -spilt
too quorum kIiuII bnlnorderuntll Itstnill
have appeared upon 11 division, or on talcing 11
)eu unit 11a) vote, that .1 quorum Is nut pres-nt
and voting. All questions or order, w'isther
uron the bill or otherwise, shall he d-ibled
without debate, and. pending proei-e ltngi un
der the foregoing rules, n(l obstructive or dlla
lorv motions or procrc lilies of an) kind shall
be in order,
Por the roregolng said uirpu-e tho follow Ins
mles, nantelv, 7, H, .', ill, li. 1 1, y.', ','7, 'l1, .1, and
10, are modltled,
To iiimlv the almvo rule to the neudlnc'
Kits Hens bill lir. Aldrieli also presented
tliti follow Ing resolution'
.'mil eil, 1 hat a vote shall re taken on tie
billot the House or ltrpreseutatlvis, lldlvitlie
Elections bill), at sueeiilve singes and all
pending amendments nt - o'clock ou tti.
day ol without fartner ileo it ,u.iJno
other buslne.s shall be eon-ldereJ ror ii leli
llir.i cvtll the bill and aiiienJnieuts nr.i Pnnll)
Tlie Senators present were very atten
tive to tlio reading. When it was lluishel
Mr. (Ir.iv, who wits lining on tint K'P'in
Hi tin side, suggested that the rcoliitinn
goto IboCoiiiiiilttee on Jluli-s, Mr Aid
rich objectesl, ou the ground that tliuS'ii
nle was iptite as competent to decide the
mutter without as with 11 repirt from tint
committee, I e-ldcs, he said, ono member
of the committee Mr. Ingalls was away
011 a two weeks' leave of ab-ence, which
lift the (oimiiltleedlvldi'd iipiallv imlit
iiully, Mr. (Irny crossi'd overto the Deni
otratle side, consultcil Mr. MePherson for
a moment, Hun made a motion so to
lelcr the resolution, but upon Mr. Aid
rich's moving to lav the .motion to refer
on tlio table, Mr. (fray .dd he would not
press ttio mutton.
'Jliuusoliitlou was then oiilcrvil to lie
on tlio table und to bo printed. Mr.
Aldrieli said ho would not press It to 11
vote at once, but would give twenty-four
hours' notice of Ills Intention to 1 all it up.
Mr. Morgan wanted lorty-elgitt bonis'
notice', but this Mr. Aldrieli declined to
give unless tho Alibanm statesman would
promise lo vote for Hie resolution.
liver) thing was done in 11 very iiilet
mid dlgnllltsi way. Indeed Hie haughti
est Spanish Dons iiiidd not have Iimu
more dignified nor ntoio punctiliously
T he prediction Is fieely made that if the
rcnlutinii Is brought up it will be adopted.
This is b.v-od ou thu supio' Itiou that It
will lie called up only when llio Republi
cans nru mho of a majority in its fuvnr
und have a man In the ( hair wlio will
put It to n vote In spite rf tho protests nf
thucippd-ltiou, who will lufact refuse to
recognize an) member of the opposition
to lual.e a motion, tine Idea is that
the Presiding Ollker shull rule that
debate on tho cloture resolution Is
not in oiehr. Thai It belongs lo
thti saino parliamentary i-itcgory its
motions to cdjourn ir to hike a reeoss,
Mini like them cannot bo debatesl. This
loL'ic limns lu both leits. but 1.111 bo made
io servo 11 desperate came. The wholo
thing turns upon whethii the llepubli
iihim can muster a iitinrum of their own
in Us favor mid can get tho right man in
Hie chair. Mr. Tilmimds has offered
lilin-ilf as the man for the emergency,
and there tiro other ltopubllcau Senators
anxious to go down in history as thu
leader in a revolutionary movement in
'What Prisons, ' Prominent mid Otliei
wlse, ITiul to Interest Them,
Tx-doveinnr 1!. ('. liarney My bust-nt-s
in Washington ts Hint nf 11 represent 1
thecftliu (hiekas.iw Nation, and 1 am
delegated to negotlalo for thu sale of the
lensid district bordeilug on the Tex is
line. T Ids tract of land contains ",n ,ih)
acres, nud 1 consldi r It moro valuable for
ogiieullunil and other purposes than the
Cherokee strip Them is abundance ol
water and quantities of timber upon it,
and the Chickasaw Nation bus been of
fi ud ?."i 1111 acre for it liv :i syndicate. We
are rest rained front selling it, however, to
nny one hut tho (Jnv eminent, and tho
proposition Hull thev have just made is
to take It at n vain ition ot $1 do an aero.
Tho Nation place's the lowest isjlblo
value at 1.'.'.", while I mlo Sam thinks
Hilt, Is Inn mill' 1 11 Wei'nlllll OIllV Ol't
tiiet3S,(KX),(XolliriHl us b) the syndicate
it would boa un e llttlo lump of money to
distribute aiming 0,001) puiplo. Tho dif
fer! in e between HieoITir of thesyndleato
and tin ti'iiverntniut is onl) s-J7,l'".(si0.
Theodore (oiuiuiiil, jr , Agent I'nltel
States Txpioss Coinp.in) The holiday
bnsiniss Isslmiily Immense. Some of the
olilu elerks till mo t)u- never knew It to
be so l.ilge. Txtni work for the clerks
and drivers' Well, I should sny so. Di
yiiit seo that big pile id packages and
liiinilli-, nil that has come in since (!
o'clock. The railroad companies paipiot
take the freight nwnv fust enough. I
iiiinooiiilniv ut it o'clock Monday morn
ing and did not leave tho olllcc until 2
o'i loi k tills (Tue-duv ) morning. I do not
e.sitlo have until I o'i lock to-morrow
Mi Samuel Noiment was yesterday
cletliel a director in tlie Washington Loan
and Trust Company Mr. Norment has
for iiiiiuv )cats bes'ti prouiliicntly ton
neitid with munv local oiiraulnatlons and
was Hie founder and is now protdnnt of
thu Central National Hank. He is the
largest property holdci in Washington.
Attempted to ('ill ills llmthci'.
Tilwanl and Andrew .iiileron, two
brotliers, hiHiinie Involve 1 In some dllll
tultv In dreitis pool room, comer of
Thliteonth mull sluvts, last night. The
former took out a razor and but fir the
fait that Anihivv held iipaihalrto pro
titt himself he would have been slashed
with It In I'ollco Court to-day Judge
Millei llmsl him SW fm earr)lng eon
Telephone Exchange Decorated.
The Tilephone Txihange has been
handsomely decorated b the operators,
and presents an Invit lu'iindclieirful tip
: pearance The operat irswill n it get "it
day nlT," and propose to mak" it as pleas
ant (is po-slbio for themselves.
AltlllMEl) ON A II Ml. l'lKt'K. .
'Ihe Son of Hie t.ule Ihiioiv A. stiiirs)
He fore tlio Coiirl.
'Unco weeks ngo (itorge M Storm, wm
of the late Tmory A. S'torrsof Chlortjn,
iiiuio lo Wichiugtun toseek rest and ipiiet
und obtain If ioss!h!c a position in tlie
Triasury Dcpiirlmeut. I.n-t uiglit at O
o'clock In' was placed under urret by
Private Dtteetive Wllilimisnt his home,
Xo lit Sixth strict northwest ami lockcl
up at the Twelfth preeluit stillon.
T lie arrest was on a bail piece from New
York tlnlmlng Hie forfeit uic of n liotid at
While Plains, 'Ihe story In iiinmt'lloii
with Hie arrtst Is a very Mtisatlonal one,
nnd coli"lde ruble publicity has been given
11 through the press of Hie country.
lu lssl Storrswtis married lo Alice P.
I u llmiiy in San Tniuelseo, nnd a separa
tion soon followed, and sluto thai time
tl.ero has hcentnn-ldcrnblohguldlllleulty
betwtiti Ihu two.
"rhls," said Mr. Sinn's lo a Ciiitic re
poiter, "Is I lie eighth HtucwIHiln iiperiml
of two )ears Hiat this woman lues had mo
niresteel, and she is looking n desperate
i ffort to have me proven ins me. She lus
hud mo linked lu llio I.udlovv-strcet Jail
n in 1 (he Tombs and the White Plains
(New Yi rk) lull, and tills Is only another
effort lo iinr.'iss me nnd "got hold
ot llio money niv mother left to
me. 1 was innllncd hi the Hud
son lllver -isjUim for three mouths
when I was released by Dr Kellogg and
proununctil a sane man. Oilier experts
loimiited wllli the llloomingdnle Asy
lum who havo examines! me carefully,
have ti tlllctl Hint I am sane. Since null
ing to Washington I have eousulted Dr.
(bidding and others preparatory lo ap
pearing liefoie a (oiiiiulssloii in New
York iiii.liinu.iry 7. when tesllniou) will
Le In ard us to my sanity, I Intended re
luming to the Stale at thai time."
Mr. Morns talkisl intelligent) and
rational!) audatltlliuled his whole trouble
to his marrlagi . This morning lie em
plo.vnl Colonel Cook and a v.rll of luibeis
corpus was sworn out -clurnabli! beforo
Judge Montgomery at .1 o'elot k this after
noon. KHAtillLENT IIIVOItCKS.
M lien UiiKlies VVns llisioveietl HeCoti
fessecl Ills Crllite.
Xi.w Yi ns, Dee, JL William Duryeti
Hindus, who ran the fraudulent divorce,
mill, was found yesterday by a Ami re
porter In Ids lilillug plncoln an old tene
ment uptown. Hughiswasvcrypenitfiit
and made n e lean lin-a-t or Ihe ill, dr. Ho
said he Intitules! to goto the lice order find
tell him all, nud Hint he would plead
guilty and take his punishment liku u
Winn ii"ked how ninny fraudulent,
j npers had hem Issued hesuld ho could
not give the exact uumber,-but he didn't
thlnl: therewere more than six or eight.
'I hey wero all Chicago papeis, but nil
weioholdby New Yorkers except Pendte
lon's, Hughes sa.v Hint Pendleton Icnut'.
that the divorce was fraudulent, and that
ho wns told It wns In Hughes A Campbell's
olllee. Campbell, Hughes snld, was pres
int ut the time. Pemlleton was told Hint
thev could not get him a court divorce,
but could get him something (bat would
answer the uiu putpose.
Tlio iMner lu l'liidlc Ion's cie was writ
ten by Campbell, Hughes s.iys, but thu
others mid nil tho forgeries nt Clerk Mc
fi'rath's imiiie were executed bv himself.
Iluttnir was uli lonneclcd with the mill
and got some of Hie cash fur .ill the di
vorces that were Issued.
(Viupbell and Iluttnir, when calhsl
U'on by (he reporter, ileiiiid that they
were teinncttesllnanv way with tlicuffriir.
THE I!EPI'I1LI('!1NTI(P. JIINOIJITV.
Oll'.ebil It (in us In tlio w Itunipslilio
I Hi i tin in
Coxcoi n, Dec. 1 The returns to Hie
Seeielary of State givo the total guberna
tolliil vote as follows: Tltttle, lltpublicjii,
1L',17H, Aiusilui, Democrat, l.'.IlsO; Prohi
bition and siatteriug, 1,'I7". Tiitth; lacked
012 of a imijorily. The n turns fot Seiri
torsglve nine Denioir.its, elecleel by ma
jorities aggtegating 1,1 is, and thirteen Ite
piibllcatis, i-lce ted bv lunjorlties aggregat
ing L',010, making a net DiiuiKr.itie mii
joiitvin Hie Mate on tin Senatorial Votes
( lift f Justice Doe lias aps)inted Tiich
day, December M), at Coneord, as tlm time
mid place for a he'irlng hefme tho full
beiteh Uhju tlie Jiitllluu of thu Democrals
for iiijunclious forbidding theclerk of thu
llou.-e of llc'prcsentiitlviH, Jevvitt, from
issuing eertllle ales or elcs Hon to tliu "If
entitled" representatives from the iin
riitatowusand fmm those towns luwhieli
the lopulnttuii has fallen below O'jO ami
SHE HP.ITISEI) TO JIAUUV IIIJI,
Sio Ho Threw Her In the Hirer, Hut Nlin
WAT1I.TOWX, X. Y Dcs'. 2I.-Z. 1!.
Merrlan attempted to murder .Miss Jose
pliluu De Marsh lu this city lust night.
Jlirriim, whoisti widowcrwltli six chil
dren, bus 1 ecu paving tiltenllou to Miss
Do Mars.li for some time, but of late she
bus tre.iled 1 1 1 lit c . 1 1 1 1 und lefttsed In
I ust night he followed her towards her
home, ovi'itiiklug lier on a bridge i ross
ing the HI. ul. lllver. He itnevvtvl his
suit i niv to be again rejected. He sel-l
the girl nnd attempted to throw Iter lnt
the strinni. Mio clung to hiselothiugaud
he vvnsdrngi'isl Into the river witli her
Ibesiieams of the woman brought help
and thev were both resi nod. Thu girl is
luidlv prostrated bv the shock, but will
recover Merrlan Is In jail.
Have Mi en Clt in Hair n Million.
Xnv Yoiik, Dee. Jl. The widow of
Alex. Mew art bi'ipicuthcd soniethlng like
il.OOO.ntO to the trustoos of tlureleii
Cathedral. 'Ihe will was conlestesl and
the cniitiMfintsi filially wtthdiuw tliecaso
from tlio cotut, having ugreesl lo scttlti
their illflerences prlvatel). Hy Hie terms
of tho compromise ox-Judge Hilton was
to have willed tsM""' I" the Cathedral.
Mr. Hilton ehsidesl thai he would glvo
tho monev to tlietiustce-s while howiesllv
Imi.andonAiirillilheluinoiloverWW.O.)) in railroad omul'
have lice n kept
I'hii matter was to
piiel, but 11 has jusl
V ou lu ITvo ItOlllltls.
Xi w Yoiu,, Dee, SI. Joe Dowd and
Jiinfulllus, iottil light weights, met in
tlierring .near this city )osterd.iy tuoiii
ing. Jnik Hopper was the icfeiece. Mttl
iitis wns the nggti'ssor from tlio start, and
idt his man at will. Duwd hint his hand
In tho tilth mimd and gave up the light.
Tiii.inoiii, N. J Dex'. 21. Joseph Cot
ton, John Daly, Charles S. Thoniwoli and
Isaac Thompson, four of tlio indicted
Monmouth I'a'k bookmaker, pleaded
guilty vesterd.i). Tlie) wero lined .)
1 in ill XV outlier I'liH'cnst.
Far tht JittlrUt of Cutmnltlt A'usfeiM
A'iw )'", l.'wtUrit iiiisIhiii(o, lfvJeri,
)ilineiiii, M.iruHml, ViryUht, Xorlh Ciirn
li, in, South CtuiJhiu, (rVo,s.i, Htittrii
Fltn iila will llxoiii I luililu, J Hi i- lltxfnea
i itiiy ami Tiiiimlug; isjifn- noi IliU'tlti I'j
I'ulil Wave Cooiliig,
Tlieslliiiul Olllee has Iwuenl tho follow
ing bulletin Hoist culil-wiivuslgu.il; tem
perature vv 111 fall to '.sj degrees or lower by
s. a, ill. December 'A
" 1 lie ( t, liiciii can Case" at He roan's
Ti ii' rri'W matinee and night
' Tor the best of liollda) liquors go t'ltho
I oldiellablothri. Xatider's OeWTthst ti w.