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IS SERVED BV CARRIERS
AT 30 CENTS A MONTH.
"Help Wanlefl" anA " Situations Wantei"
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TWENTY-THIRD YBAT1--NO. 0,900.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, IJECEMUEll ,)(), 185)0.
rilEOIS TWO CENTS.
j SI'IXIAI, NOTICI'.S.
the (juun.v city or THIS south.
LOTS roil HA1.B.
Willi population ot COO.OW, where, within
len yearn, ST.000 new bulMlusi hnre licen
erected, costing $TO,000,000.
Bhlpa from orery port rldo t anchor In her
nntbor, and In one year her export hare In
1 reused $5.1,000,000. la there any other South
cm city can make such a showing t
Wo hare Just SI lota left, 23x110 feet, In the
most desirable part ot ths city. Only 11 min
utes from the centre, In the most select and
nrlatocratlc neighborhood, ranging In price
from $133 to 230. This Is the only chance
now, and nover rgaln will there he nn opportu
nity to buy lots at this prlco In the city o( Bal
timore. Kren non, a mile beyond us, they are
felling lots for double the money. Tlico
prices will only hold good tor two weeks.
A FEW l'AUTS WORTH IICMCMUBIUNO.
That Ilaltlmore Is tho iuccu City ot tho
That she has a population ot about EoO.uOO.
That she has In ten yeara erected 27,000 uew
buildings, costing 30,000,000.
That In one) car her exports lure Increased
That ships from every port ride at anchor In
Thatahe controls the entire Southern and
much ot the Southwestern trade.
That she has mills, factories and Industrial
enterprlsca of every variety.
That alio has markets unexcelled.
That she haFgchurchea, schools, colleges and
all educational advantages equal to any In the
The little booming towns ot tho South, with
Dot it hundredth part of the population, the
wealth, enterprise, factories, educational ad
vantages and home comforts to be had In Balti
more, are selling lota at from five to ten times
the price we aro asking tor lots la tho most de
sirable part ot the city. Only 13 minutes from
the centre, In tho most select and aristocratic
neighborhood, ranging In price from $133 to
llemerober that property In the northwestern
vectlou ot this city will go on Increasing In
value from year to year. There Is no chance
' Tori depreciation.
Lots In this section w 111 psy better than any
MOIIlXbOX, CI.AltKi: & CO.,
41-40 Atlantic Building, 0)3 and ITM F street,
Washington, 1). l clell-t
rpo THE PUBLIC!.
In Making Contracts for Brickwork.
JOSEPH W. COLLINS,
3120 P street northwest, wants to advise the
.public that he Is still contracting tor all brick-
K mptjattentlon to work guaranteed.
Is Coming and I am Now Prepared to
Show You a Complete Line ot
Including a Complete Line ot tho Popular
Umbrellas and Canes,
Taney Night bhlita,
Collin and Cuffs,
Neckwear, Gloves, Suspenders
In fact, everything to add to the
comfort of gentlemen. All the
above goods are offered at
933 Peunsylvanli Avenue.
BAllBKIt 4- ROSS,
Eleventh and (1 street).
Announce the following Bargains tor
ONE WEEK ONLY!
liogers' Tcnspoons Hie per set
" Ordinary Price t.aperaet
blag Handle Carvers, fully -guiiriin-
teed 1,23 per pair
Ordinary price 1 50 per pilr
Crown Fluting Machine,,,,, $..7) each
Ordinary price,,,,. leach
Old Ilellable Clothes-wringer 1,73 each
Our Entire Line ot bclssors at 10
Per Cent. Discount.
Coal Hods, 111 Inches 20c
Ordinary prlco ...10c
Also a Full Line ot Gas and Oil Stoves, Pelt,
Weather blrlps, Furniture Han
dles and Mcchinlca' Tools.
BAIlBElt & BOSS,
HAltDWAltK AND CUTLERY,
Opposite Boston Dry Goods House,
PEN AN ACCOUNT
WOODS & CO.,
1100 F street northwest,
DEPOSITS, LOANS, EXCHANGE, COLI.KU
Wo desire to call Special Attention to our
certificate of ile posit, Issued and bearing In
tcreslm follows, via:
SO da s, Interest 3 per cent, per annum,
CO days, Interest 1 por cent, per annum,
(10 days, Interest 0 per cent, per milium,
Issued for both largo nnd small amounts.
Dank opens tl 30. Closes 1 TO. de3lm
KWB AMERICAN WINES
Place Your Order Willi tho
'10-KAION WINE COMPANY,
(111 Fouilecntji street n. w. nov23
tllK WEST END
L NATIONAL HANK.
Nlncteentn st. and Pa. arc, Washtugtou, I), C,
LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY.
Temporary Offlccs: Corner Tenth md r streets
Under All ot Conjrre.s Approved October
Subject to the Supervision nt the Supreme
Court ot the District of Columbia and tho
Comptroller ot the Currency.
Receives deposits and allow s Interest on bal
ances. Issues certificates ot deposit.
Acts as Executor, Administrator, Guardian,
Trustee, Receiver. Assignee, Committed ot the
Estate of Persons Non Compos -Mentis and
other business of a fiduciary character.
INTEREST and DIVIDENDS collected for
customers WI1IIOUT CHARGR.
Guaranteed Investments furnished. Notes,
secured br deed of trust, for sale. Monej
loaned on first-class collateral security and on
Our new building, at the corner ot Ninth and
T streets. Is being fitted up with Safe Deposit
suits unsurpassed for safety and convenience.
ItiuiVAKD II, WAitven, President.
John Jor Ensov, Vice-President.
Wir, 11. Honisov, Secretary.
Wm. B. Guntf r, Treasurer.
John T. Anas,
Cms. B. Uailet,
Ciias. 8. Baker,
James L. ISinaocn,
GEonoE E. BArtTOL,
11, 8. CusisiiNns,
J. J. Darlwotox,
John A. Hamii.tov,
Ai.nr.iiT F. ox,
O. C. GnriN,
Wji. II. Ouni.cr,
John B. Larner,
GroROE F, ScUArEii,
N. II. StlEA,
John A. Swore,
J. S. SWOnMSTERT,
B. II. Warn,
Ciias. II, Wilkinson,
A. A. Wilson:,
S. W. Woodward,
onTiUNOTON. dctll Ira
A. S. W
HIS SPACE IS RESERVED FORTU TUI1E
GEORGE WHITE & SONS'
401 Maine at enue. dell
Finest Assortment of
CELEBRATED FAIRIIANKS & COLE'S
FAULTLESS HARDMAN PIANOS,
SUPERB ''NEW bCALE" KIMBALL PIANOS,
PULL LINE Or SHEET .MUSIC AND MUSIC.
W. G. METZEROTT A, CO.,
1110F street n.w. delStoJal
HARTERED BY CONORESS 1313.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO.
Ot Washington, D, C.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS JTC.OOO 00
Has noser contested a loss by Are, but sluujs
makes prompt and liberal adjustments.
1)11. DANIEL II. CLARKE, Prest.
GEO. E. LEMON, Vice Prest,
CIIAS. S. BRADLEY, Troos.
I. PENWICK YOUNG, Scc'y.
V ILL P. IIOIELEII. Ass'tbcc'y.
For the com enlcnce ot persons lis lug In the
eastern and western sections ot the city, ar
rangements have been made by stlilch they
can pay their gus bills during banking hours
NATIONAL CAPITAL BANK
WEST END NATIONAL BANK,
Hills paid otter the 8th ot each month will
not bo entitled to the discount ot 23 ceuts per
1,000 cubic feel,
WASHINOION GASLIGHT CO.
no; 21! It
qiO 'HIE PUBLIC.
Having rellicd from tho firm ot EMMONS &
BROW N, 1 t ike pleasure In luformliig my
filciuls nnd tha public that I can be found ut
in) ollWe.liOl'lenthstieet northwest, where I
omeondurtlng n general
REAL ESl'A'lE, 1.0 N and INSURANCE
Prompt and personal attention given to all
miittcn placed In in) hinds. Respccltulls,
JAMES F. BROWN,
coiTeutli street n. sv.
Telephone Cull, 473 2. not J)
TTlOItTIlE PUREST AND IIEsT OALU'OR
.1) nla Wines, nt tho most rensoiiabto pikes,
L'o to the Sonoma California Wtno Company,
ItlT Vlnll, mIpi-.I ,inrth,.t
de 13-1 in
Jlilcklayer and Contractor,
1320 Fcnusshaiila ncnue northwest,
Wants to ads lie the public that Ililckn.nk ot
Es cry Description ss 111 receive Prompt Atten
tion nt his hands. Boiler Setting and Halters'
Ouns a Specialty, hotS'3
EV YEAU'rf AT CENTRE MARKI! V,
OpenTUKDAY, DECEMIIEU afl,
l'romfia m. until 2 p in.
Open WEDNESDAY, DECEMIIEU II,
Prom A a. in. until II p. m,
At request of dealers the Market sslll lis
closed Ncsv eorV Dos.
PRESTON H. SMITH, Clerk,
ilet'l r t
rplpE ANNUAL MEETING Ol'TIIHSTOC-iT.
JL holders ot the Continental Hotel Compiny
nrWashtimtnn, I). (,'., will bo held nt Room l,
Pacific Building, d I' street, Wahlnffton, I).
C nn MONDAY, JANUARY J. toil, at .1
o'rlork p. in,
drOi-Ct A. 11. TAL( O TT, Secretary,
A LARGE DEDUCTION WILL
BE MADE ON ALL
AT MY BRANCH .
STORE, lit SEVENTH
A FULL LINK OP
AND PICT URES
OF ALL GRADES ARE
ON HAND AT MY
hTORE, 12-11 PENN.
AND 910 AND 111
W. II. VEERHOFF, ART DE LER.
Corner Pennsj Is anla avc. and Thirteenth St.,
Have removed to 111 Eleventh street n. w,,
Opposite Star Ofllce. de 213m
OFFICE OF THE MUTUAL FIRE INSUR
ANCE CO. of 1). C Washington, Dec.
10, 1800 Policy holders aro hereby notified to
renew their Insurance on or before tho LAST
MONDAY In DECEMBER, 1800, for the year
1801, Please renesv early and thus avoid the
cross d of t ho last few days.
dcB-ot J. WESLEY BOTELKR.bec.
T EADING INSTRUMENTS.
Moderate prices. Easy terms. Old Instru
ments taken In part payment. Tuning and
repairing. Telephone l-trj.
SANDERS & STAYMAN,
FRANK BUTLER, Manager,
031 EJstrcct N. W.
13 North Charles Street, Baltimore.
nst Broad Street, Richmond, Vs.
Ladles and Gents' Pocketbook,
Plush and Oxldlcil Comb nnd Brush Case,
bhas lug Sets
Gold Pens and Pencils,
Flno Illustrated Books all .Standard Works.
Fine bclerllon of Music Boxes, My
CALL AND EVAMINE.
JOHN C. PARKER,
M7amt G10 Seventh btiect Northwest,
ELEGANT LADIES' RESTAURANT,
Corner Tenth nnd F streets,
Eserj thing First class,
Theatre Parties a Specialty.
ilcl3 tin Prompt Sers Ice. Polite Attcnllon.
A MEETING OF THE SIOCKIIOLDERS
of the Washington and Georgetown Rati
sins (nmpans for the election ot illrcitnrsvslll
he held nl the ollUn of the tninpan, George
town, on W EDNDAY, the llth day of Janit
The polls sslll be opened at 10a. m. anl
dosed nt tl m. Transfer books sslll he close 1
on tho'ithot Janiinn, lf.M, and openelni
J'imiars II.1MII. II lU'Rl', President.
I'. M. KOONES, becretarj. ilejl 1 1
rpHE GOODYEAR RU1IIIRR COMPANY
J svlshes to rail attention to their superior
quality ot Rubber Shoes and Hoots ot nil kin Is
for os ery class. Now, Ladles nnd Gentlemen,
se aro tho leading house ot this kind In tho
rltv. Call and examine prices. GOODYEAR
RUBBER COMPANY. doU tin
ICE TRAIN WRECKED.
A. K Nonso oftlio T-iis Vega Ito Com
pnny Instantly Klllmt.
I,s VniAH, N. M., Dec. .10. I.itst nlglit
an Ico train of sixteen curs nml cnboor
coming (rout Hot Springs, vrh wrecked
by running, into im ojien switch in tliu
yiinls nt tills lilnco. A. K. Nonso, Renornl
innnngcrof tfio I.ns Vegns Ito Coin puny,
mis iiiKtautly killed nnd a liriikeiunu
minied (Inrrett wus sllglitly Injured, Jlr,
Noii'-o ruino hero two jenru ago from
I.oiilsslllo, Ky, Ills denth is peculiarly
mid from tho fact that ho was soon to
ImM'bccii lnarrlcil to n lady of tills city.
l'ouiiil III tlio Cimal.
Yesterday afternoon tho body of nor
Walker, n colored man, was found lloit
IiikIii tho cnual at tho foot of Thirty
fourth fctrcit. AVulkerhas been missing
ultuu Sunday, and tho tmppo-dtlou was
that liu had men drowned, as Ids hat was
found on tho ice, llo livid alono on a
canal bout for nmui time, .lohn Aguovv,
w lio found tliu lint, notllled tho pollen and
a ti.ucli resulted In lliidlng tho body,
A Hull nml Hour llattlo.
('All o, 1 1 1 ., Dec, 30. A few days ago a
light between n bulldog and a half grown
bear took place, near this city, Tho battle
was fur -!00 a side and lasted an hour and
a half, llritlu, when nearly vvhatistcd,
mill illlio light by dSeiuhnvvclIng tho dog,
having him deud nu tho ground, Oun
thousand diillars thanged hunds, n'veral
t'liicltinatlans bting reportwl as heavy
"lly mo halidomc, thej'vo killed mo
bbt loveil page,"
"Oh, pay not so, Sir ltunorl."
"Ah me! ''lis true. There ho lies yon.
dir, tlio paper knlfuMlll btlckitig in his
Day Has old 'limclock forgiven you
for cloning with his daughtorf
Weeks 1'orglven me I haven't asked
him sluco I discovered ho ordered tlio luck
III which wo ran uwayl .Vw York HeialJ,
CvniNFT SlmiMi. Tlio Cabinet meet
ing (o-dny was ntlondcd by all tho mem
bora, Secretary Hlalnc coming In late.
Xnv ViroiMv 1'osTni m n. A iiostoflleo
hns bn n i"itabllshcd at Hoosor, lloeklnir
Imu County, Virginia, with D.iulcl 1!.
J looser as postmaster.
Viu ifaSt .T to lluooKf A .v. Yesterday
nrtcrnoon lliu Navy Department received
n lilegrnm Mating that tho Vesuvius hail
been sent to tho Brooklyn Xnvy Yard on
nciouut of running Ice In the. North lllvcr.
AltsiY Ofuch-s 1'iiomotfii. Tlio Sonato
has lonllrnieil the nominations ot First
t.lcutonnut J. T. Thnmpsoii, Second Artll
lcrv, to bo first lieutenant of ordtinnco,
nnd Hci ond l.lcutcnnnt I'hnrlei II. Wheeler,
Fifth Artillery, to be first lieutenant.
C'miiiioxtiik I'iifiii)t. Among the
President's callem to-d.iy were .Senators
Dolpb, WlNon, Itciiresenlallves XleMll
1 In. Dlngley, Vandevcr, (leneral MiG'ook,
Secntnrv of the Senate; Senntor-clect Dtt
Hols of Idaho, Dr. lll.vnd with a delega
tion of (jtiaker".
ColIX AmilTTHi TO JIVXICO I'llFK OF
Dctv. Iho llureauof American Repub
lics has Information that the President of
Jlexlco has npproscd tha bill recently
passed by tlio C'ongri'ssof that republic
admitting lorn from tho United States
free of duly. This is n very largo con
cession, as the duty heretofore has been
one cent lcr kilogram, or about one-half
cent per iouiuh
Jtf w iNni'sTnv foii Mi xico The Iltircati
of the American Republics has Informa
tion from the llepubllc of Mexico con
cerning tho proposed establishment of the
first perfumery laboratory In that Repub
lic, the iiroprlitor being a Js'esv York man.
Most of the perfumery used throughout
the world is nindo In Southern France,
but rcient Investigation lias shown re
markable facilities for tliu manufacture
of this article In Mexico and tho neighbor
Navm. Ot.id rs Commander .Tames II.
Sands has been ordered to hold himself in
readiness to command the Monongahcla.
Lieutenant-Commander Henry JI.
Nichols has been ordensl from duty on
the Coast Survey to duty In charge of the
Naal Rendezvous, San Francisco, Cal.
Lieutenant John C. Wilson has been
ordered from duty In chargo of tho N'avnl
Rendezvous, San Francisco, and to con
tinue on duty as n member of tho Hoard
of lnsiectlon and Survey.
Naval Cadet D. II. Dlsmukes 1ms been
ordered from the Yorktow n to duty In
connection with tho preparation of the
.uwurit lor sea servile.
TiifTuufp I.NcnuvHF. The Bureau of
American Republics bus Information from
Madrid that a detrco was signed by the
Secretary of tho Treasury on Christmas
Day providing for a rcslslon of the tariff,
on the ground that Spain must follow the
protectionist movement svhlcii now pre
vails in America nnd in lairope. There
fore, on and after tho 1st of Janitarv, 18.11,
Iho duties on horses, mules, cattle, pre
served nnd palted meats, and fish of all
kind", Hour, rice and cereals Imported
from any country will bo Increased ton
largo degree. The following Items will
give an Idea of tho severity of Hie now
tariff: Tho duty on mares for breeding
liuriKiscs, now 25 shillings jer head, has
bien Increased 5 shillings; tho duty on
Hour, now 18 shllllngi, Is Increased to .1
pounds 5 shillings jier barrel, which Is
An Oitoiituxitv ton Isii'onirps. Tho
llurtatt of tho American Republics fur
nMies an extract from an editorial in Kl
Jmimirtat, n newspaper of Madrid, which,
while opposing tho establishment be
twicn Spain and tho islands of Cuba and
Porto HIco of nsystcm of iiiastwlso trade,
shows that American Hour could Im 1m
iKittcil luloSpain, dlrict from the United
States, and then relmportcd Into Cuba or
Porto Itlco, as Spanish Hour nnd yield
largo profit to the relmporters.
American Hour has to pav in Cuba, says
Kl Immitlal, a duty of ii.UI per barrel of
ICO kilograms, which reduced to Spanish
money make Do pesetas and 20centlmos.
Now, tho samo Hour taken from the
United Stntes to Spain piss there only r!
pesetas and 25 tciitimo", 1 ho ililforeute
namely, 'JO pesetas and U3 centlmos
(?.').."()) would, If tho coastwise tiado
sjstem should now bo established, not
only cover tho double freight and ex
jsjiiscs. but also allow n largo piollt to
be derived from this trade.
SHOCKED TO DEATH.
Samuel Kerns Killed by tlio Kleitilo
rmbinrii'iiH, Dec. .10. Samuel Kerns,
living nn Federal street below F.loventh,
suffered death this morning In a most
tcrrlblo form, tho current for an electric
light wire passing through his body. His
face was burned and discolored from tho
cm rent, and tho sleeve of tho coit was
ripped and torn frnintbearm which canto
lu lonlact vvitli tho wire.
Kerns was fixing n crane on tlio roof of
one of the buildings of tlio Italdw in hoc o
motive Works, when his attc.itiou, ins
tructed for u moment, ho thoughtlessly
grasped un tlcctrlo-llgbt wire. Instant! v
lie was thrown down, his bodv twitched
convulsively as tho lluld passcit through
it, and In a moment or two his ugouy was
over, although it was some time before
his remains were taken from contact with
WORK OP A VIICRRAXr.
llrspeinto Attempt to Wrrtk it I'm
I'.miis, Tfxvs, Dec. SO. An attempt was
made to wreck a north-bound I'risco pas
senger train between this city and Ar
butus last night, Somo miscreant pliced
a tie on the truck and tho train struck It
while running atn speed of thirty miles
an hour. It was too largo for tho cow
catcher to get above, it and It slid along
the track until tho train was stopped.
Stricken With I'lirislysls,
John Itooncy, well known lu sporting
circles throughout tho city, was stricken
with paralj sis In his restaurant, at Thir
teenth and O stietts northwest, last even
ing. Olllier Harney was lolled and sum
moned the patrol wagon, and afterward
Officers Sutton and Celuar conveyed
Itoouey to his home, at fiJO street south
east, nfter ho had been treated by Dr.
Morgan. Mr. Itoouey Is nearly 70 years
A Cioss Hill llle. I.
Justice llradley.lssued an older lu tho
Kqulty Court to-day In tho divorce casu
of Parker vm. l'nrl.cr, ordering tlio hus
band to pay ?30 a month alimony mid at
torney's fees. Permission was also given
Mrs. Parker to file a tros-s bill, which sho
Ininudlatily did, lultsho alleges adul
tery on tho pint of her husband in Haiti
nunc, Washington and other places.
'I hum IIiTM'lf lulu n Will,
Svihst, Mo., Dm. ISO. Mrs. O. W. Cox,
while temporarily Insane, committed sui
cide jcbtculay by throwing herself Into it
well ilghty-llvo feet deep. Mrs. Cox had
niado several unsuccessful attempts' at
sultlilo lately, uml was closely guarded,
but j eslerday sho nianugcd to escapo her
feniiill Aiililent at AiiiiapolU .Iiinitlmi,
Theiu was ft smash up on the Ilaltlmore
and Ohio Railroad at Annapolis Junction
this morning. The Southern express from
Now Yotk, vvlillo Mainline on tlio track
near tho curve ut tho Junction, w as struck
by tho Halttuioro oxpicss train bound for
Washington. A baggage car was badly
wrecked pu the Now York tialn, tlio lite
man of which Jumped from tho cab and
injured his foot sllyhtlv ,
1IOI1IIKD IN Till! OPEN DAY.
l'mir Men Piling), it tlnnk In Noutli
Citicvi.o, Dec. M One of Iho mot ex
citing bank robberies the illy Ins ever
know n iii-curredat noon yesterday at South
Chicago, Four men robbed tho Mer
chants' Kxchiuigo Honk of t,CM, wow
pursued for tulles bv mounted police and
were captured only nfter an cxdtltigihasj
of over four miles through tlio streets of
Ilv do Park, the aristocratic suburb.
Itctween 12 nml 1 o'clock the men drove
up to the bank In an ojicn bitggv drawn
by n iiowcrful nnd speedv white horse.
'J hey entered and stepped to the cashier's
window, where two of thein engaged tho
olllciol in conv creation vvlillo a third went
through an open door and, lnjlng hands
on the cashier, lieat hlinlntoliis-enslhllltv'.
'ilicn tho robbers clcaneil out tlio bank,
leaving not a coin or bill. The next In
stant they were In tho buggy speeding
uwiiv iiir uieciij-
Almost liuniedlatcly (lie iiollco were
milled. Thev secuieil half n ilocii
siietdy horses, fold oil half n dozen good
riders, armed these vvitli rllles and roved.
vers, and tho pursuit began with a terrible
energy. The thieves selected Stony Island
avenue, as It was tho best and stralglitest
road, and also hecauso tlicro w as less dan
ger of being Intercepted by other police
men, to whom tlio news of the robbery
was sure to have been Unshed. Tlio
rogues had a good start and n willing ani
mal nnd made the dust lly.
After a terrible chase of two or three
miles thcmcii vvero overtaken along Stony
Island nvcmlc, and a running light en
sued. Tho police ordered them to stop,
but instead of doing so they begen firing.
Near the big Hydo Park Hotel they were
headed off by a patrol wagon loiileil vvitli
olllccrs, and, their horse being tired out,
they abandoned the rig and scattered.
Here Patrick O'Hrien, private' watchman
In a building being built by llalrd P.
Hradlov, tried to stop them and was shot
in tho thigh.
All the nun wero captured soon after In
idle) sand outhouses In tlio neighborhood,
I hey being surrounded by over it hundred
otlkers, livery cent of tho money stolen
was recovered. The men are Harry Feath
crstone, alias Henncssy, Harry Hennctt,
Charles Miller nml John A. Corbett.
lour men vvero cmplojeil In the bank.
Three of them had just gone out for lunch,
leav lug the assistant cashier, Frank Linn,
alone behind the coutcr. The men entered
the bank and one of them entered tho
teller's door while two others hold re
volvers to Mini's head. Linn struggled
with tho men and was at once knocked
down, being rendered Insensible by the
DEAD AT EARLY MASS.
John W. Currlirnii Never ltoso from
Ills Prayers nt Ht. John's.
Piiii.Uini'im, Dec. TO. In themldstof
early mass at St. John's Roman Catholic
Church, Thirteenth street, abov c Chestnut,
j eslerday, John W. Carrigan, aged 01
years, of No. loir Wood street, died peace
fully, and Ills dead body vv us discovered lu
n kneeling posture by the soxton at tho
dose of the service. Carrigan was em
plojid ns"""n night watchman, and for
mouths past each morning ns ho came off
duty he had niado a jKiInt of attending
early mass at St. John's on his way home.
Ho entered the church as usual yester
day morning, hut tlio sexton notlicd ho
looked ill and that his usually ruddy face
was particularly pale. When Cnrrlgun
first kjvlt down ho held his body erect,
hut ho gradually bent forward until his
luad rested on the back of tho seat in
front. At the coniluslouof the service
Carrigan still remained kneeling, and nfter
n short time had elapsed tlio sexton
walked over to endeavor to rousu him,
but was horrified to dlMover the old
watilinian quite dead. 'Iho fathers vvero
hastily summoned, but nil they could do
was to offer u prayer, arrange the body,
and then have It tarried gently to thoior
rulor of tho church and the coroner noti
fied. From papers iiiCarrigan's ossessiiiu
It was seen that ho was onus a member of
tliu I'list United States Cav airy.
A TIUPPLR JIHRDERKH.
Mlii'ii Captmi-il Ills CliiUilnj; Whs Cos
cieil 'Willi lllnoil Stains.
WiiKisnvi.i'F, l'v., Dec. ISO. John
Trella, charged with the murder of Mor
ton Curley, his wife and it Hungarian, at
Hrodcrlik's jcidcrday, was arrested at
Jenuj n early this morning. His coat and
v est vv ero cov cred with bloodstains. IIu
told tho story first that he was In the bar
room when Curley and tho dead Hun
garian started to light. He got scared and
llisl, thinking If he remained In the place
the populace would thhikho vvastho mur
derer and lvnch him,
Dilectlvo Phillips says there Is no truth
In tho man's story. Ho Is confident lie is
tlio murderer. '1 rom another source It is
learned that Trella has niado a full con
fession. SUtFOCATED II Y (IAS.
An l'litlie Family Oioicouto unit Tun
I.imv, Ohio, Dec. ,T0. Yesterday morn
ing neighbors broke open tho door of
Peter lloozo's residence and found Mrs
Ilooe lj lug on the Moor Insensible, and
her 2-j car-old ihlld some ill-dime away,
llone was lvlug in tlio bedroom In it like
condition, 'iliu house was full of gas,
which escaped fiom iv stove. Hooe re
covered after several hours' vvcVrk, but
JACKSON AND CORI1ETT10 MEEf.
The C'nliroiiilii Atliletle Club limits Up
u $10,000 Purse.
S?r l'r.VMtsco, Cvi., Dec. SO. At n
meeting of tho directors of tho California
Athletic Club held lust night, it was
dicldcd to match Jim Corbett and Peter
Jackson for a fight to a finish, to take
place before the club next May. The
pur-o is to bo10,000, of which M,50" will
go to tho vv Inner, lloth pugilists, who
are now in this city, have signified their
willingness to ucicpt the terms.
ltOlllll'.D ON THE TRAIN-.
A Iloisc-Di-nlor ltcllrvi-il of Over Sosen
IHm.ou, Mr,, Dec, :, A man named
Hallitt of Camden, who had been lu Ilos
ton selling horses, was robbed ot $7,100
while asleep on the night Pullman train
KnttlYiluy uighl. 'there Is no duo to the
This County is Itiinliriipt.
Wiimimiton, Du, Deo. 110, New cas
tlccouuty Is bankrupt. Nothing but an
impty tnasury comforts anxious creditors
clamoring for money. Tlio fact that tlio
tluanchil londltlon of New castle county
was shaky has been know u to u few per
sons for some time, but not until now has
tlio fact bciu made publluthat tho county
was unable to pay Its debts. Unless the
money Is advanced from some source tho
county will be iiuablo lo unit the sum of
somclhliig over 7,2o0, duo on January 1,
IMU, aslntiiest on Its bond", and It will
thus loi-o Its credit.
Murdcicil lij IIuikIius,
l'VM, Dec. SO. News of a horrible oc
currence ionics from Arras. Tho house
of the cure of Merllmont, m-ar Anas, was
entered by burglars while thoiiiro was ub
sent, being nt i lunch. Hiforo leaving tlio
house with tluir plunder the burglars
miiidered the euros vcneiablo mother,
who was 80 veal's old, and attempted to
hum her hotly, which was found partially
consumed, Iho murderers luudo their
escape from Merllmont, but tho route thoy
took is now known and they are being
FURTHER DETAIUM OF VKSTKHRAV'3
BATTLE WITH IIIR REDS.
Jinny ot the Redskins Kilted nnd a Nam
ler of tlip Soldiers Wounded L'np
tnln Wnllnce Tomnhavskeil (lenrial
Miles to Take (.'oiiiiimnd In Person.
lti'smirtF, Niii., Die. no AVhen tlio
news of jeslenlny's light nt Wounded
Knee Creek readied the agency at Pine
Itldge pandemonium broke loose among
tlipfi,iXiO Indians gathered there, and n
large number of these broke nvvay. 'I he
friendly Indians, Including lied Cloud,
joined Iho army forces under (iencral
llrooke. At sundown lighting had com
menced within three miles of the agency
buildings, nnd n determined effort was
being tiitidc by the tests to reach and burn
thougenty. An Indian village of friend
lier In plain sight of the ageniywas seen
to go up lu Haines Just before dark.
'lheso facts were fiom anollltlal courier
who was an cjcwltness to the trouble that
incurred aland neartheageney. Heeamo
here by order of tho ngency authorities,
bringing special dispatches, and to warn
the sclilers everywhere to be on their
guard. The captain of the Itushvllto
Home Guards receives I olllclul notice from
the ageney this afternoon tomako every
possible, preparation for defending the
town, nnd to secth.it udjacentsettlersvvere
notllled. Some of the terrified people
mine lu, and befoio midnight the town
was crowded. It Is thought by nil cooler
heads that no danger, however, or at least
no Immediate danger threatens the rail
i oad tow ns.
Ycsterdav's battle has made It almost
certain Unit a bloody war will follow.
A large number of warriors who favored
peace have gone, lo the Had Lands, and
now, vvitli a strong force of fighting
bucks, it will ben dllllciilt mutter to ills
loduc Klcklni! Hear. Two Strikes' liiml
was coming in toward the agency, but
now it is certain that they will turn back.
lUrmCtTV, S. D., Dec. .10. Tho latest
adv Ices from Pino llidgo are to tho effect
that five soldiers wero killed In yesterday
morning's fight and fifteen wounded. Out
of the ono hundred and twenty of Hig
Foot's party at least seventy aie reported
either killed or wounded. One troop re
turning to the agency Is reported as hav
ing been fired Uou, vvitli no damage.
General Miles will leave here to-day for
Fine Itldge to take command in person
und be nearer the base of operations. The
Indians at the agency are reported restless
and In an excited e onditlun, and great care
will have to be taken to prevent further
trouble from those on their way in from
the Had Lands, numbering from three to
Osnuv, Nui., Dec. 30. The list ot
killed und wounded soldiers, sj fur as can
be ascertained, Is ns follows:
Kir i in.
Captain Wallaie, Commander oT K
Private Cook, II troop.
Fothcr Crafts, Catholic priest, mortally
in iue iiiugs.
Private I rank Lewis, It tl
l'rlvato Sullivan, K troop.
1'. 1 Smith, K troop.
Coror.il Clifton, K troop.
Davis nu7ilwond Toohey.
Interpreter P. 1". Wells.
TrumiHtir James Chocdensonj mor
tally. Sergeant Caiuell.
Privutc fitter, A Troop.
Sirgcant Dyer Hoiluniar.
(ieorge Klllot, K troop.
Sergeant Wuid, II troop.
Sergeant Holchklss, mortally.
HlppaCook, 1 troop.
1'rfvate Adams, 1C troop.
Corporal Nct.ll, II troop.
Captain Mojiaii Miles, mortally.
Sergeant Campbell; wounded hi mouth.
Davis, II troop, shot in tlio arm.
Dtincou, A troop, wounded in tlio head.
This is only n partial list. About n
don n more are reported seen lying as If
dead, with tweiitj-llveor moro wounded.
Many of the wounded will die. 'Iho firing
lasted half an hour. CapUIn Wallacowas
tomahawked Mptarely In tho lorcliead.
Lieutenant Khi7ic rcieivcd but n slight
wound in tlio cord of the ankle.
Army Surgeons, Captain Hoff, Lieu
tenant Kenna mid Captain IJwlug are
caring for tho wounded,
DhMHi, Coi., Dec. 0. A repnit or an
Indian oiitingo lias bien n dived from
White Itlver in Dakota. A bund ot In
dians abducted tho wife and daughter ot
a ranchman named Miller mid subse
quently burned the ranch. Troops aro lu
(itnernl Sihofield said tills morning, le
gardiug the Indian trouble, th it nothing
later than last night's tilcgr.uns had been
"The men on tho scene of action li ivu
isivver to nel," said tlio General. "We
have been preparing for tills for two
months, and 1 do not think we hive
inittli to fear. Tho beating already given
he Indians will deter otbirs from being
Additional information concerning tho
battle i'sterduy between Government
troops and lnstiigint Indians was useivtsl
nt tho Indian Hiiieau to-day from Indian
Agent lto.verof Pino llidgo Agency, who
telegraphed to Commissioner Morgan as
"On Wounded Knee Cieek this morn
ing, vvlillo thosoldiers vvcio disarming Rig
Foot nnd his band after their surrender, u
light took plate, width resulted lu tho
killing of about niX) Indians and several of
tho soldiers, Including Captain Wallace,
with n number wounded. TvvoStrlkoaud
his party, who wero on White Clay Creek,
just below Iteil Cloud's bouse, opened lire
on thcageucy from the hllltosoppo.sitetlie
boarding school, wounding two soldiers,
'1 he police openesl lire killing two of Two
Strikes' Indians and wouiiillng others.
'Iwo Strike and Ids baud havo retreated
In n northwesterly direction from tho
ngency audit Is supposis.1 ho Istrjing to
muke his way back to tho Had bands
'lbus far the l'mu Itldge Indiius have
taken no active part In the mutter Hlg
1'oot, Kit king Dear ami Two Strike and
his baud have been and are taking an
active pact in thedlstiirbatite." ('ononis
Mom r Morgan sent the dispatch toSivre
tary Noble, who Immediately took It to
Mnrili-iirs 111 i nil .lull,
Tionx, Am., Dec. no. Yi"tcrd ty
tiioinlng Adolph Verdugo, under sentence
of (Until, struck. Jailer I'idro Pel Ion three
times em tho neck through tho grating
vvitli a dirk, then forced tho door open,
beat the laller, took bis l;ev s and esscapod
Antonio Yeppa Sanchez, awaiting trial for
niuideilngii Mexican at Itodero, N. M
nnd Juan Ccistello, committed tor grand
liuiiny, also csoapcsl. It Is thought tho
fugitives are still making toward tho bor
der Hue. linkers of tho gii.ud and tho
shirlll's posso aro In pursuit.
Destitution lu Ciiliniiilo.
DiNUit, Cm, Dec. !!0. Reports of
awful desolation and liimluo come from
Uastem Colorado, Many of thoscttlers in
that jHirtlon of the Statu are starving, and
hundreds of deaths will follow unless aid
Is at onto given '1 he cause if tlio dejtl
tutiou is lack of rain.
Dentil ot n l'rl'u lloiso,
HiwroN, Mass., Dec. o0 Tlio fine sad
dle horso Fencer, owned by Professor Do
Dusslgny of this city, which had taken
first prizes nt horso tdiovvs here and lu
Now York, died lu this city yesterday,
ATTEMPTS TOSTEAIi Till! LYMPH.
ills. Illxnii nml l.'ilson tint) n Coitiln of
NiwYoi'K, Dec. no, Tlio supply ot
ltoihlno was augmeiitest j csterd ly by tho
nirlvalon the steamer Alter uf a bottle of
ljmpli containing lu the uggreg do ni),ijiM
milligramme". Dr. David Orr IMsoti of
this illy, Pridior Hntnuil Dixon of I'lill
iidelpbla nnd Dr. Ilnlley of the New York
Past Graduate Medical School ami litis
pllul nrrivesl on the same steamer.
Dr. IMson batV in his possession tho
supply of koehlue- he went to Herlln after,
nnd to his friends be n Idled the details of
how two nttonipts bud been made to rob
him of the precious liquid. In llcrlln lie
mid Dr. Dixon occupied a suite of rooms
nl tlio Hotel Continental. 'I liev kept tho
Ijinph In their room.
Tho day before they sallesl both had oc
casion to go out at the same time, nnd Dr.
IMson, nsii iiiiinutluii, took with him the
Ivniph. When they re titrmsl they fotiiul
that their npnrtments hail been entered
and ransaekesl, Nothing bail been stolen,
but from the mitbod lu which the house
breakers had condtictisl their search Dr.
lalson wussitillcd that the sole object of
the attempt at robbery was lo steal the
'I he second attempt nt robbery, Dr. IM
son sajs, was made only last Saturday on
shipboard. lie kept the lymph under his
pillow at night. About mldiitghl nu Sil
urilay night he was awiikiuesl by feeling
n hand thrust under his pillow, 'iho
hand groped about for the lymph bottle,
but this had not been found when Dr.
IMson siirang from his berth, 'I ho room
wa dark an 1 the robber escaped.
' 111(1 FIRE IN LONDON.
A LnrRC Number of lliilltllnxs ltiivngcil
ly riiiini M.
I.omiox, Dec. no. A terrific conllagra
Hon has broken out in (Jitccn Victoria
and Thames streets, Intersecting thorough
fares In the great business quarter of the
(lly. A largo number of warehouses are
already on lire ami the llanies are rapidly
A gcncrnl alarm lias been sounded.
I.oMo.v, Dec. no. Fourteen engines hav e
already rosondod to the alarm, and others
aro hurrjlug to the scene. A high wind
vv hlch pi ev alls has thus far rendered futile
tlio efforts of the firemen to prevent the
spread of the Humes or even keep the rag
imr element under imv sort ofiontrnl.
A lurgo paper warehouse, a number of
fane-goods stores, and the Gulcber en
gineering works have already been de
stroved, and thegrent fur emporium of
llcvlllnn Freercs has been reached by the
lire and Is doomed.
The tiro is now rapidly forking out
toward tho Imildingoccupicd by theotllces
of the Salvation Army.
An enormous throng of people assem
bled here give the iil!e.o plenty of work
in keeping them back from danger from
e tumbling masonry.
As the llames shoot out toward theiSil
vatlim Army quarters they fitfully and
ominously play ae ross nml Illuminate the
great sign in front of the building which
bears the legend "Wood and lire."
A BRIDE WANTS TO DIE.
She limits HriHclf After Ctiinpelllni; a
Meillenl Muttnnt to Marry llor.
Amiiv, lows, Dec. no I'he sight ot a
well-dressed joung woman suspended 1 u
the air by a rope, one end of which was
adjusted to her neck and tho other end
fastened to a huh any twelve feet above,
ottruitcd the attention of Iho lumilesot
the Cramer House last night, and forth
with lonsternation and excitement pre
vailed. Already tho woman's fate was
blink vvitli .strangulation and the tongue
protruding. Sho was hastily cut down
and after hard woik lesusiltatcd.
1 lie voting woman's name Is .Mr- Cobb,
and she had been married tliu night be
fore to ii mcdlial student of Keokuk,
low, i. She and her brother went to Keo
kuk the day befoio and, It is said, torn
polled voung Cobb to marry her. which
lus readily did. Why the girl wished to
commit suicide is not known.
DEATH OP OCTAVE FEPlbl.ET.
A l'reuili Diiiimillst and Novelist VVIni
XVns I'mnulis Tin Vein.
1's.ms, Doc.: no. Octavo Fculllct, novel
1st and dramatist, died eslerday at tho
ngo of (IS years. Liberally educated,
against tho will of his father, n petty func
tionary of St. Le, joung Feulllet camoto
Puri, and, after a few mouths of spec! it
prcjiaratioii, wrotetbeplay "I e Bourgeois
do Homo," unit followed It with others
more siicctsslul. His sulisesjiient famous
novels making light espteially of tliu pub
licly assumed iiuirrliiuu obligation were at
first decried, thin largely accepted by
l'rcmh i catlcrs, who had been eslucateil
to liken vcrvdlfTerint el issof works from
tlio pell of Alfred do Mussut.
WILL J1EHI' IN PARls.
Avium Mi'ssiit, I'arnt'll nml O'ltilen
Will llolil Their ('nurVl.uiie.
1'vns, Dei. no, hi Virtue to-day nu
nouiites that Iho Piiriiell-O'llrien confer
enee will lake place at Purls Instead of, as
was generally supposed would bo the case,
at Hotilognc. 'lbu sninu paper savstlut
therepoit that tho uiiitiug would occur
at Houlogne was given out for the purposo
of lliuiking tliu newspaper coricsiHiudcnts
and repoiterH who urn closely following
the movements of this lilsh leiders.
An Opium '-niiiKKlei t'nptiiii-il.
Si mi), W'vhii, Dec. no. Li Ilclle,
"king of tlio opium smuggler-, ' wusiap
turoil csterdny in Oljnipia. Li Hello
formerly operates! largely in Michigan.
He hud n stoic ut Port Hiiion Mich , mid
owned a schooner on the St. t lair Itlver.
Ho shlppesl opium from Victoria to Sariiia,
opposite Port Huron, und then smuggled
It in ross the river in his sihoouer, hiding it
in tliu basement of his store. About two
vcnrsngo be vviisiirri'stisl at Port Huron,
out esinpid from two special officers who
w ero carrying liliu to Detroit Siutoth.it
time custom nlllcials have) been searching
nil over the United States for him.
Kllh-il on tlio Tint'lc.
I.VFWi.rrr, 1m., Dee. .10. Word was
received hero )cterday morning or nu
accident at the railroad crossing near
Ciiuiilin, Carroll Counts, , .Sunday night
A parts, of four joung looplo were out
rilling in a two seated conve.vaneeandh id
driven up the traik to tho crossing when
along whined a train striking the ve
hicle! and Ihrowlugtbeoeciipauts lu even
direction, James McKiiuc, ono of the
nun, was pitilitd uu: dust a teltgrapb pole
and Instant!) killed. Miss 1,1zlu .snow
buigei was so badly hurt that she lived
but a silent time. The other two .voung
pioplo were not badly hint.
Senator IllKillls' I'lKtit,
KvmhkCitv, Dec no. tute Senator W.
J. Iluihiinun of Kansas City, Kan., chair
man of the Republican si ito Central ( 'urn
mlttee, said jesterdaj to asupposisl sup
IHitterof Senator lligalls that the gnu
woik before the lriendsnf Ingalls now is
lo juivent, If possible, tho Alliance mem
bers of tho Legislatiiie from going into
caucus. 1 f a i aitt us can be prevented, ho
holds there Is a fnlrprobabllit) ot re-electing
Ingalls, but If iho Mil nice men g
Into tauciis there Is no iiosMhle hope, th'
man thev nominate w ill be elected on tho
Stole '.'0,1)00 llmi lopes.
HvisTtoiU", Cow,, Dee. 30 Post itllco
inspectors, who have been ordered to this
cil.v to Investlgito tho re-cent stealing of
Mumped envelopes by I!, F Fay began
thc"lr Investigation vostcnli) and have
already found that Pay stole 20 000 eu
vdopes. llo had unitized to the steal
ing of 7,000.
MLYKIIS IN HOCK.
MEN WHO IIAVI! STUDIKD TUB
EARTH'S PHYSICAL FORMATION.
Srrnnil II.ij'm .Selon of the Amri'rni
(leoloislenl Assnrlntlnii Inteiesttn;
1'npeis Rend liy IiPirneil Piofesoi-
Jinny Member Pirseut.
'1 he Geological Society of America com
iiiencul llssesslon vesterday at Columbian
Unlversltv. 'Ibis society unbraces In Itx
membership of 'Mi many of the most
promliient giologislsof the country, lu
the absinee of thu president l'rofessor
Alexandtr Wluihell presided. SKikliuf
lu rcsiHinso lo an address of welcome by
Dr. Welling of Columbian Unlversltv,
Professor Wluebell said that it was the;
forerunner of the American Association
for the Ailvautt-ment of Sclenie, and for
fifty veara wus one of Its most nitlvu
'llio lint address was by Mr. George !'.
linker, who had forty minutes for de
scribing "'Iho Structure of n Portion of
Iho Sle rra Nevada of California."
"Six Sits of Fissure Systems iiiitlTvvoSetsi
ori'uultsliithetlraiilteof the High Sierra"
wore discussed. .
Mr. Georgn M. Dawson of Ottawa, Cau
ada, spoke for fifteen minutes of "I'lm
(Iiologlnd Structure of the Selkirk Ibiugii
In the Vicinity of the Line of the Cana
dian Pacific Hallway." 'Ibis pupor givei
tliu main structural features obcrvi-l
during ii geological renaissance, across this
Minuet constituent runge of tho Cordll
hrii. Two other p ipers were read, "The Over
thrust I'liulls of the Southern Appalachi
an"," by C. Wlllard Hayes, and the "Pot
Pliocene Uontlncnlal Subsidences," by J.
'Die hull was again tilled hi the evening.
Mr. W. M. Davis oiuipledtwintyminiitci
In explaining the Illustrations of tlur
".Structuronf(ilat!at Land Plains, "andMr.
J. O. Itusscll eif this city give a liricf ne
lount of the work of the expedition sent,
out last summer to explore tho country
hi tw cen Yokutat Hay and Mntttit St.
The members of the Geological Associa
tion of America, who have come to (hit
city to gain the benefit of the thoughts)
and (minions of their collcuucs from all
portions of the country, continued their
session at !) o'tlock this morning at thu
Mr. Daniel W. Langdon, jr., of Cincin
nati, Ohio, was the first to oiiupy this at
tention of the meeting, Ids subject being;
"Notes on tho Vat lotions in the Tertiary
and Cretaceous Strata of Alabama." Tha
author presented comparative sections
along thu Alabama, Hlgbeo and Chitta
ihoochee Rivers, showing the gradual
change in both intaieous and tertiary
strata from fresh or brackish water de
posits on the west of tho territory In
question to more marine characteristics;
onthctast, Incidentally he called atten
tion to the unconformities existing along,
At tho dose of the half hour which Mr.
loingilon occupied hi reading his paper
nn interesting discussion of the ivoluts in
it was Indulged in bv Dr. Clarke of Johns
Hopkins und Dr. White of the Geologic d
Survey. Mr. It. T. Hill, who was. nlst
prevented from addressing the lueeilng,
jesterduy, owing to the lack of time, was)
permitted to take the lloor, and sKikoon
''Iho probable upper jurasslo and bisal
Cntaceoiis liesls of tho Tcxas-Arkitisaf
region, constvvaid of the present ptlaoiilo
areas, together with remarks on pre-existing
conditions nud subsequent erosion."
Professor Alexander Wineliall was tho
next spiakcr, the title of his paper heinu
'A Iai-t Word Willi thu llurnnlan."
After illations from tho authorities origi
nallv pioposlng thu Hiironliin and soiiiu
citations from other later writers of Im
Mirtance, this memoir suimuarlnsl tin;
observations of the writer and treated in
particular of lecent observations made in
(lie region ol Kcho Like.
On comparing these later results with
the geologv of tho 'lliessilon Vullev, It
appeared that the Hlironian, as defined,
unites two sj stems. '1 be "upper si lie
conglomerate" is tlio eh irattcristlo nr
tlnn of this one, asserlts! the speaker, and
is equivalent to the unlmikc; tlio "lower
slate eongloinerale," "tlio t hanicteristlo
portion of the one," underlies this uncoil
loriuably evcrvwhere and Is the equiva
lent of the Kewatlau of the Northwest.
Tho essay concluded with some tnxo
Professor Raphael I'uinpelly spoke of
tho relations of secular rock disintegration
to certain ir.vstnlllne schists, and tho iiqier
of T. ('. Ihanilierlalu, on a proKisi.if sys
tem ofclironolglc carlogniphy on a physi
ographic basis, was road hy Professor
Professor George II. Williams read n
paper on the structure and i.trogr.iphv of
this Piedmont plate m lu Muryl.mil, 'fol
lowed by a ten minutes' discussion of tho
geological seition across the Piedmont
plateau by Professor Charles It. Kejes.
AN ALLMiED CONFK.ss.10N.
Aiiotliitr Cliapti r In Murtlci unit It inTc
Mi.nnt I ii, M vss., Die 30. A sensation il
stiitement. purs)rting to be the confession
of David Slain of the facts lu iimncotinii
with the death and robbery of Cashier
Huron of the Dexter. Maine, 1'ir-t Ni
tlonul Hank, has been made by Mark
Itevel, who i minis that Stain related them
to him cMiellv as ho now states them
Itevel sajs that Slain told him that this
robbers, was planned bit ween Stain and
New ork pintles three months beforoit
was Mttcni ted Stain said that thev did
not Intend lo kill Harron, yet, as Harrou
was a strong man, violent a wus neceviry
to overpower him. Administering nior
lihlnetohlm.tliey phicesl him In the vault.
In which ho was found. Stain nlwajM
ilnlmed, snvs Itevel, that It was the mor
phine vvhliii killed Harron. Stain never
supposed he w otild bo caught for tho ait.
Iiitciiiistloiiul Copjrlirht AHsuttatliiii.
lloT(, Dei. HO. The liiternatlon it
t opj right Association elected olltcers yes
terday as follows;
I'lisldent. Francis A. Walker; vice
presidents, John Loveil, W W. Goodwin,
and Henry O Houghton, treasurer, C, t.
Soule seintaiy, Dana IMts; iisslstant
Miritnrv, 1' II. Mltle, dlrectoi-s, S. W.
It le, N S. Shnlir, II H ( lerniut, Joint
1). Long. II It 'liikncr, II. W. Uiapliu
amis. T Klder.
Hon O Piatt and Hon. W. H. Sint
inontls ot Connecticut were elected hon
orary members on at count o their eflorts
in Congicfs to secure the passage of tho.
international inpj right law.
Death of ii .Im 1st,
Dm Moimw, Dee. !n Judge John
Mite liell dies! )ctcrdu) nioiiilng after a
brief Illness ot tvpliold pneunioul.i Ho
was born at Claccmoiit, N. It., in Km.
He loeiited In Ibis dl.v lu K's), wheie lit
has since resided
ClmrKcil Willi llulpiatlie.
Hostos, Dee 30 Dr. ( H Hall of No.
oOlloword Mreit was nrnsitisl list night,
e lunged vvitli abortion by Agues Hitch
tod. Iho Doitor wus leloasodon IdO.rti")
ball. 'Iho woman's condition Is not
A 'lexus 'liivvn lctti)p(1t
Hoi vroN, Tl ., Dec. ,10. A.spoc lal front
San Augustine gives tho particulars of thu
burning of tho entire business portion of
that tow n. Loss 5100,000, about half cov
ired by lusuraiiie.
Local AYontlicr roioeast.
i'ir (Ae JHtlrtrt of (MmiMa, Mnware,
.Vtillliiml, Vlrglula, Ninth Carolina, Sonth
Laroltita, Nattein t'loihla, Wrtttm i'oidti,
(cviniirr, iifr; tclmh thlfdiig to soiitiei ty.