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LATE GOVERBMEHm GOSSIP,
TWENTY OUILDIHGS RUINED,
ItEOENT ANNUAL REPORTS SUBMITTED.
A. TERRIBLE FIRE' IN AN OHIO TOWN.
Other Mutters or flouornt Interest In the
WASHINGTON, THURSDAY EVENING, XOVJ2MLVER 1, 1888.
A Sceno of 1'niilo and Fright No Xdvta
SToiiEKECrnit ,Nn ClUAOEiis. Tlio follow,
lug storekeepers and guugcrs linvo been ap
pointed In North Corpllna: Charlis 8. tfluin,
Hlvcr Illlli Hiimllton Erwlu. Morganfun;
Joshua V. Williams, Foihush; Wllllnm N,
Thomns, Midway; Thoophllus (1. McDanlcl,
Eighth District of Kcutuclcys W. S. Bailey,
Yellow Fcvr.li Uisaitbaiiino. Surgeon
Toner In cbargo nt Jacksonville, Fla., tele
Kruplis tlio following to tlio Marino Hospital
lltircnu: "Have closed to-day to any furllicr
admission ono o( tbo hospitals' at Band Hills,
ns, In my Judgment, thero exists no necessity
for two. Will notify cordon at tlio end of
tlio week." Enterprise, Fin., reports ono
denth from fover yesterday and no now cans.
Aiimv Onirais. Cupt. Noiton Strong, as
sistant surgeon, Is relieved from duty In tbo
Department of Arizona, and will report for
duty nt Fort Schuyler, N. Y. First l.ltut.
Juincs 1), Glctman, nsslstaut surgeon, recently
iippolntccl, will repair from this city to If
lctt's l'olnt, N. Y., und report for duty. Cndct
William K. Nottlni-'hatn, second cjass. U. 8
Military Academy, U granted lcavo of nhsenca
on account of sickness until August 23, lHSO,
with permission to go beyond tbo sea.
RELIEVED FltOM DUTV. Col. Joseph 0.
Iinllcy, assistant medical purveyor, Is, nt bis
own request, icllcvcd from tua cbargo of tbo
Medical Purveying Department, New York
city, and assigned to duty as sunreon In tbo
Jilcuicat Department, jio win report in mu
commanding general, Department of Tex is,
for duty us medical director of that Depart
ment, rcllovliii' Col. Edward P. Yollum. Col.
Vollum on being relieved by Col. Ilalley will
report for duty In New York city as acting
assistant medical purveyor and tako cbargo of
the depot at that place.
Tub OmiNANCE Buiibau. The report of tbo
Chief of Ordnance, detailing tbo prl clpal
operations of tbo Ordnauco Department
during tbo llscal year ending June SO, 1BSS,
lias been received at tbo Ynr Department.
Tlio total amount of tbo rcsourcca-ot tho Do
pattnicntwcro $2,010,109.50 and the cxpeudl
and carbines wcro fiianufncturcd at tho Na
tional Armory. During tho year Investiga
tions linvo been completed relative to tbo de
termination of tho cbargo and projectile,
rlfllup, chamber, etc., for an arm of smaller
caliber than tho present service piece. It In
tho Intention to uso compressed aud perforated
cnitrldgcs, but tho powdcrmakers havonot yet
succeeded lu producing a satisfactory powder.
Titn Suizud Ameuidan Steameu. Tbo
Plato Department Is In receipt of letters from
pcisons who had goods on tho American
steamer Haytlen Hcpubllc, seized by tho Hay
tlcns at St. .Marc, asking for Information.
Assistant Secretary of State Itlvca says tho
Iloston, which left Livingston, Guatemala,
some tlmo ago, Is now cruising In tbo Car
rlbc.in Sen, nud, In all probability, will atop nt
Colon, w hero a telegram could reach her, aud
eho could bo oidercd lu Ilujtl.
All hasto Is being made now to put tbo Kcar
sargo In commission ns soon ns posslblo and
sho will bo oidercd to Hay tl In addition to the
Boston. Tho Kcarsnrgc, which Is being re
pntrcrt at NorfolUywIli bo in command of
Commander Allan D. Brown.
Kei'out or the Solicitor or the Tiieas
tuiv. Tho Solicitor of tbo Treasury, In his an
nual report to tba Attorney-Gcnoral, shows
thnt tltn number of suits commenced was
4,300, of which sixteen wcro against defaulting
public officials (except postofllco ofllclals) for
I. ............ nt l!lll".? 'I'll lirarn ,trt.fnnirn
stilts for tho recovery of 37.053: tweuty-threo
were suns on cusiom-uouso uouus lor mo rc
covnrr of tin.10!): 107 wcro suits for tho re
covery of fines, forfeitures and penalties
under customs laws, etc., aggregating $05,7(30;
l,OJ9 wcro suits against collectors of 'customs,
etc., for refund of duties, etc., and 3,721 wero
other suits, lu which tho Uultcd States Is a
party for tho recovery of $2,(100,901, making n
total sued for of $2,770,803. There wcro ac
cepted seventy-flve offers to pay 5?2,339 In
compromlso of $2,514,171. There wcro re
jected thirty-nlno oilers to pay $13,128 Incom
promlso of $353,491. There are pendlug
thirty-two cases, In which $16,803 Is offered In
compromise of $403,091.
ATTOnNET-GENEIUI. GAIILANU'S ESTI
MATES. Attoruey-Gcncrul Garland has sub
mitted tbo estimate of appropriations for tho
Dopurtmcnt of Justice for tho fiscal year end
IngJunc, 30, 1890, to tho Secretary of tho
Treasury for transmission to Congress. Fol
lowing nro tho Items of local Importance: Sal
aries, ofllce of the Attorney-General, $130,430;
salaries, olllco of tho solicitor of tho Treasury,
$20,0S0; contingent expenses, olllco of tho At-toruey-Geucral,
$10,330; for warden of District
Jail aud care of District courthouse, $12,900;
for printing and binding, $10,000; for reform
..Vnl ntaft-lAt of f nl timhln 13 fcOA, fni- All,,.
K.UWI, ..,Ofc,. ... w.t...u.u, v--,""", -" ---
tort of iuma cs of reform school, $:u,uuu ior
ninrovcmonts at reform school. $9,000; re
pairs to Department of Justice, $3,800;
for defeuse In French Spoliation cases, $5,G00;
for payment ol unlteo states aistrict attor
ney, regular, $200,000; extra, S10.000; for pay
incut of regular assistants to united States
ilklrlct nttornevs. $105,000: for eneclnl as
sistants, $90,000; for fees of clerks, $175,000;
for fees of United Stntcs commissioners oud
justices of the pence, $100,000; fees of Jurors,
$050,000; fees of witnesses, $900,000; for sup
port of United States prisoners, $375,000; for
lent of United States court-rooms, $75,000; for
bailiffs nnd criers, $135,000; for clerks to mem
bers of United 8tate Supremo Court, $14,400;
miscellaneous expenses, $150,000. These esti
mates are about $200,000 In excess of tho ap
propriations for tho present llscal year.
Minor nml Personal.
Naval Cadet Edward 11. Duroll bus been de
tached from tho Fonsacoln and ordered to tho
Tbo national bank notes received to-day for
redemption amouut to $220,000.
Tho Cracker Trust Trouble,
f Mr. Comwcll, tho graces, this afternoon
aid that the cracker trust troublo was ettll In
force; that tho Cracker Bakers' Association
as yet had taken no nctlon, but that ho ex
pected tho troublo would bo settled In a day
or two. He ulso said that It was possible that
some of tbo cracker bakers would leave the
association which, It done, would break up
Mr. llavcnncr said this afternoon that tho
Cracker Bakers' Association had not yet coma
to any agreement, but that ho thought tbo
wholo thing would be settled In a few days.
A Wheelbarrow Hide Iter.
Prof. Joseph Abel, tbo photographer at tbo
navy-yard, and Gen. Joseph Holland, also of
tho uavy-yard, havo agreed 1 that ono shall
wheel tho other lu a wheelbarrow from tbo
navy-yard gate to tho Whlto Houso
lu Jcaso their preference for Presi
dent Is defeated. Prof. Abol stands by Harrl
son, and Gen. Holland by Clovcland.
Senator Kiliminilit' Sale.
Pouator Ucorgo F. Kdmuuds has sold to
J.owls (1. Davis, for $30,000, sulnlot 53, scpiaro
212, property 83 feel ftotit by 190 feet deep,
on tho north side of Msssacbiiketts avenue,
betweon Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets.
Curriers' Windowi) an Hundny,
At tho main ofllce and branch stations tbo
cnnlcrs' windows will hereafter bo open from
5 to 7 p. ui. on Sundays, lustcad of from 9 to
10 a. in. nnd 0 to 7 p, in.
ii . i
ClinrEOil villi Assnult,
James Nichols was tried lu tho Criminal
Court to day on the ehargo of having as
vaulted r.iully F.lllot, with Intent to rsue, on
August 1 1 last,
ltoso Howoll et al to Wcllcr & Hcpcttl, $300,
tkrvlotO, milium 701.
JlaryK Uraclslmw toKllia J, llcnton, 13,2.10,
lort lot rl, square 030.
Air. A. Hmllh to Louis V. lUtz, 31,350 sub lots
17 and 18, amiaro RAO.
Oeorita Trumidell tulCmollna II.MoKeo, $1,350,
lt K tiilltirnn. Vnlin, nhrtriillirh.'
March) HcllirtoMelYlllo O.Davis, 82,500, sub
lot 214, square 271.
Ono good deed deserves another. Tbin uso
Winner's Log Cabin llote Cream for Cstarili
ufl you will get what you deserve get well,
flics 60tt. per bottle.
HOW THE WORK IS DONE.
Anothor Searching Investigation By
the Court of Inquiry.
GEORGE KENDALL TELLS WHAT HE SAW
ISnglnccr Clark Tmtlfle ns to Ills
Tho mllltnry court ungnged In tlio In
vestigation of tho work on tho nqucriuct
tunnel wot nt 10 o'clock lliis morning.
Tho full emu twits present; also Lieut.
Townsctul, nml Dr. Chester, of tlio Third
Artillery, his counsel, nml Mr. lloss
Perry, counsel of Huckwlth & Quackon
hush. Tlio reading of tho journal was
dispensed with, and lltu exaiuiuatjnn of
witnesses proceeded. George Kendall
was sworn, and tho luqulrv began.
Gviirirn Kcinliill tyi the Mimd.
Tho president "When did you begin work
on tho tunnel?"
'In tho fall of 18S0."
''Wbcra wero ou working?"
"In that portion of tbo tunnel west of the
Champlaln nveuuo shall."
"What was tbo nature of your wotkl"
"What kind of brick did you user"
"As a whole, tho brick wna good."
"Hon about the packing in the sides back
of tho brick wirk!"
"Tbo packing was thrown In loosely."
"How many linear feel of tbo tunnel did
this class of woik apply to?"
"I should Bay pretty nearly 3,000 feet."
"Now, as to tho pncklng nhovo tho arch?"
"In fonio places It wns thrown In loosely,
In some places It was not put lu at all."
When It was filled lu loosely, how wcro tho
stones put lu?"
"Just tossed In without mortar."
"Was any mortar used?"
"There Is not twenty feet of 'straight' work
In the nholo two thousand feet!"
"What proportion Of this two thousand feet
has packlug of any kind nbovo it?"
Kxtent of the Shoddy Work.
"I cannot say, for the shoddy work extends
all along tho lino. There bavo been certain
portions of tbo nork whero I was afraid tbo
arch would fall lu, because of there belug In-
nufllclcut packing behind tho sldo walls."
"Now, nsto that portion of tbo tunnel west
of Hock Creek: how about tho packing back
of tho sldo walls?"
"It was all dry' packing, thrown In loose."
"What was tbo sUo of tbo stone, as a
"It varied, stone of all sizes being used."
"About tbo packing over tbo arch ? "
"That wni thrown right lu tho sauie us on
"Was any mortar used?"
"No mortar was put In the packing."
"Who placed tbo pneklue aboio tbo arch?"
"Tho laboring meu throwlt In."
"Did tbo Etouo till all tho space to tho roof
"Wcro thoy shoved back with a ram?"
"They wore not."
"What portion of this work was thoro lu
which a vacancy was left between tho packing
nnd tho roof?"
"At least three-fourths of this work will
sbow.VACiyiti spaces under tbo natural rock
roof of theti'iBuel."
"Wm.jiortlon.qf ' tunnel did you next
wofk'u oii'P"" ""''.
"For about 1.000 feet lu tho tunnel cast of
Hock Creek. I worked tbcra this spring."
"What kind of mortar was used In tho brick
work?" "Well, O'Brien, tho Inspoetor, onco ordered
us to uso tho rough-stouo mortar lu-laylug the
brick, out wp refused and threatened to leave
tbo work, so ho revoked tho order und weused
"Why did you refuse to uso this mortar?"
"Simply because wo could not havo done
a creditable pleco of bricklaying. There
would have been rough places and Irregular
"What kind of packing was used here?"
"Dry packing, consisting of stones thrown
"What was tho slzo of the stones, as an
"Some of them were two feet through and
others were uot two Inches through. It was
Just as though you had a wagon-load of loose
stones, dumped out."
"Wcro there any vacaut spaces In this por
tion of tho work between tbo packing over
tho arch and tho roof?"
"There wcro many such vacant 6paccs."
Col. Hodges "I would llko to usk how this
p.icklnu' was brought to tho plaeo where you
"It was brought in cars and then tho labor
ers threw tho stones behind the walls."
Lieut. Towusend "You state Inyourhffl
davlt that the woik from May 1 was bad?"
"Why did you not tucludo In this statement
tbo bad wor. of previous years?"
"Well, I supposo I did not think of It."
"Did you ever seo anyone glvo Instructions
to tho men to throw tho packing In?"
"No, sir." . ,
"Was thero anyono there to glvo orders?"
"No." . ,
"Well, If yon had loafed on your work for
hnlf jn hour, what would havo becu tho re
sult?" "O'Brien or McNamara would havo laid ino
"Then they were loremen?"
"Wero you ever employed as foreman?"
"Yes, for n short time."
Col. Cralghlll "Who gnvo you Instruc
tions?" "Lucas gavo mo orders, ho said; 'now I nm
going to tie you right down, wo must have
good work here.' "
Ovurseelnjr the FnrUInc;,
"Did you oversee tho packers?"
"No; Mr. Lucas did that. Ho got Into tho
koy nnd Baw that tho packing wns done,'"
"What wages were theso laborers getting
who put lu tho packing V "
"They wcro getting $1,75 per day. Tho
work, to bavo been douo properly, by compe
tent and practical masons, would bavo cost
$4.60 per day."
"Hi what way would tho work of such ma
sons bavo differed from that of tho laborers ? "
"If masons bad been cm ployed the packing
would have been set In solid and In mortar.
1 bavo been told by Inspectors that tho speci
fications called for practical men."
Civil J.'nclneer Chirk Tontine.,
Frank W. Clark was next sworn, Ho gavo
bis occupation as civil ouglnecr. He com
menced work In tho tunnel In October, lb60.
His work was to lay centers and duties of a
similar professional natuio.
The president "In your trips through tho
tunnel did you observe tho woik doue?"
"How did tbo packing Impress j out"
"I thought It was being douo well."
"What do mean by being done woll?"
"The stono was being laid lu mortar, and I
thought nccordlug to specifications,"
"Did you over sco tbo spcclllcatlons?"
"Did you over see any work going ou not In
accnrdatico with tho specifications?"
"Did you havo any Instructions from tho
contractors as to how the work should bo
"Did you glvo orders to the lnpcctnrb?"
"It was uot my business to do so."
Col, Cralghlll then examined witness as to
his cxpci leuco unit work for tbo pa.t fifteen
yeurs on other contracts.
Col. Crulghlll "Who attended to mixing
Mlxiiiu tlio Mortar.
"From whom did thoy reeelvo their lusttuc
tlons?" "I do not know."
"Did you ever stop to Inspect tbo packing?"
"Yes, on seven! occasion.."
"How long did you watch tho proceedings!"
"Well, say about fifteen minutes,"
"How was the packing being douo?"
"The stono was being placed lu by hand, '
"Was mortar usid?"
"Was It used lu suflltlent quantities lo mako
good iiibblo masonry?"
"Did you over t oo any stono packing put In
Ab tit 11:30 tho court took a recess until 9
o'clock, at. which tlmo tho rending of tho rec
ord of dav beforu yesterday was ptncccdid
with nnd furthor witnesses will bo cxnmlucd
MOUi: 1I0MI1 TIIKOWIXO.
An Rxplotlwi Hurled Into tho Onrdcn of
A bomb wns throw u from Seventeenth street
Into tho grounds of tho Academy of tho Visita
tion last night.
Tho explosion Btnrllcd tho lnmntcs of tho
academy badly, and It was at llrst thought
that somo of tho buildings had been wrecked.
T)ils morning, however, au Investigation
was mndo and It was found that no damaga
had been dune.
Tbo howl was clumsily constructed of a
piece of gas plpo about elebtcen Inches long,
tilled with gunpowder nnd plugged at each
A fuse profuded from ono end, nnd was
lighted before tho bomb was thrown over.
Tlio grounds lire surrounded by n blsh brick
wall, nnd thero wcro no buildings near where
(ho bomb fell.
It was thrown over at tho corner of Seven
teenth and Do Salos streets, nud there Is a
laiico hole In tho ground where it exploded.
It Is thoiiL'ht that tho bomb was merely a
piece of tho Hbllow E'en fun of somo boys.
Hut If It had exploded near any houses or
among a crowd of people tho consequences
would bavo been disastrous.
No arrests have been made, nnd tho nutbor
shlps of tho hoax, If a hoax It was, Is a mys
A L-IVKLY SET-TO.
Two Local l'ugllUts fcettlo an Old Score
"With Tholr Fists.
Witnesses of tbo affair say that a very hot
light with bare knuckles took place very early
this morning at Four Mile Hun, Va., between
Ilrown, n well-known boxer, nnd familiarly
known as "Fully" Brown aud Jako Co)llns
who nlso has considerable skill with tbo fists.
Brown has Just returned from a long stay In
tho West, Between him and Collins an old
grudge has existed.
It was not Intended to havo tho light a pub
lic one and tho well-known sports about town
wcro not notified. Thoy missed ono of tbo
liveliest mills that have occurred In this vicin
ity In a loug time. It dlsconntcd tbo Duffy
Both contestants Gripped to tho waist.
Gloves were discarded, A place wns solcctcd
near tho old arch over tho railroad,
at Four-Mllo Kun, this side of tho
restaurant. Only about twenty spectators
wcro present. Collins forced the Hunting lrom
tho start. Brown made a' plucky resistance,
but It was casv to 'see that he was out of con
dition. For live rounds ho toed tbo scratch,
lu tbo sixth, completely used up, he gave up
tho fight, crying, "I've had enough."
WILLIAM imTwX'S DEATH.
Wllllnm Warren Mont to Jnll by the Cor
Tho coroners' Jury at the Eighth precinct
station to-day found that William Brown, who
died at tho Frccdtncn's Hospital yesterday
morning, camo to his death from a pistol shot
wound 1n "tho chestlnlllctod by a pistol held In
tbo band of Wllllahi Warren. Warren was
sent to Jail pendlug an Indictment by tho grand
Several witnesses woro heard, Tho shoot
ing was the termination of a qnarrcl, about 9
o'clock a week ago last Sunday, over a gnmo
of crap tho evening before In "Foggy Bot
tom." The Jury was composed of C. 11. Har
bin, N. 11. Bulllvan, Henry Howards, Gcorgo
Ebeily, Daniel Pfcll and tiamuel Opedltc.
Haui Harper and Holla II. Win the First
The National J ockoy Club's races wero con
The first race, purse $300, three-quarters of a
mile, was won by Sam Harper, Cartoon second,
Swift third. Time, 1:151. Mutuels paid
Bella B. won the second, ono nnd one-quarter
miles, Little Jim second; 'tlmo 2:12, Mu
tuels paid $10.25.
A Hespornto lleststance.
Now York, Nov. 1. Georgo Peterson, col
ored, No, 9 Commerce street, was arraigned In
JcHerson Market Pollco Court this morning,
charged with having Instigated the fight on
Bixiu Avonuo last uigut oeiwecu ine coioreil
Republicans nnd tbo Joffersonhin Democrats,
(white.) Peterson s a very powerful negro.
It required three olUccrs to arrest him aud
Indgo him In tbo pollco station last night,
Although handcuffed, he resisted by using bis
feet on tbo shins of tbo ofllcers. Peterson was
Called on tlio Forty-fourth ltouml.
New York, No'v. l.-Jack Slattcry, of Wll
llamsburir, and Bart Manlcy, of Greenpolnt,
two light-weights, fought forty-four rouuds
this morning lu tho vicinity of Calvnry Ceme
tery. Tho lighting was pretty oven through
out. At tho oud of the forty-fourth round tho
mou were vo weak that they were unable to do
effective work, und the referco called the fight
ltun 0er by u Wacjon.
Four-year-old Johnny Buckling, of 12.1
Pennsylvania avenue, wns playing about ono
of Flapnery A Bro.'s stono wagons on tbo
Avcnuo this morning and fell under one of
tho wheels and got bis leg broken,
A Comedian Makes a lilt.
Do AVolt Hopper brought down tbohquso,
and himself, loo, quite unexpectedly at tbo
Chestnut Street Opera-Houso Mondny even
tug. At ono point, where ho Joins In a humor
ous chorus, the bass drum strikes a very loud
note, whereupon "Lamhertucclo" (Sir. Hop
per) turus aud anathematizes tho drummer.
After tills had been repeated several times
Monday evening "Lamhertucclo" lost all pa
tience, and exclaiming, "I am going to kill
tbatTdrummcr,'' made u rush for that corner
of tho orchestra. Tho rush was too sudden.
Mr. Hopper could uot check bis headway. Ho
lost Ids balanco and tumbled headforemost
Into tho orchestra. Ho seemed In a fair way
to kill tho drummer In good earnest, but
Messrs. Bell and Do Angells, who wero closo
by, grasped his loug legs ns ho went over nnd
hauled lilm up on tbo stage again, none tho
worso for his plunge. It took tho house sov
cral minutes to recover from this extraor
dinary tour de force. I Philadelphia Inquirer.
Lynched After Fnlllnc Heir to $40,000.
A dispatch from Chojcnnc, Wy,, says: Fur
ther particulars of tho double lynching on
Suako Itlvcr, Carbon County, last week, have
reached hero. Tho bodies of Adams nnd
"Dutehy," tho victims, wcro discovered b a
settlor named Davis Phelps, who followed tho
trail of tho masked hoi semen from the Impro
vised Jail to tho place of execution. The
mountsof Adams and "Dutchj" .wore killed,
as was also their hunting dog. A coat worn
by ono of tbo vigilant was found near the
bodlrs, nud the owuer may bo Identified. A
coronor's Jury Is Investigating tbo case. Dur
ing tho luqulry it bai been learned that
"fiiitchV numo wns Charles I.utzlor, Uobert
Mcintosh, nn old.tlmrr in that legion, has
notllled tho Governor ot Wyoming of the oc
eurenco, and urges Hint the l.vuehers lw pun
ished. Ho ay the hanging t tho men was a
brutal, cowardly aud outrageous murder.
Adams was a vetoran. and came from Illinois.
hero ho has a brother aud sister and an aged
mother, In examining his effects It was earned
that bo was soon lo come into possession of a
legacy valued at 4 10,000.
JosKritM.'Giuuvli now connected with
Messrs. ltoblubou, 1'arker & Co., tbo clothiers,
ill'J Seventh etiect, where he will bo plrssod o
havo his frluuls call and utteud personal ly to
their wants. ;
Only Awaiting tho Signal to. Rush to
LONDON PUBLIC- OPINION-
Prospects That cvrelnryKd-n.riItn Will
.Succeed Lord Maolivlllf.
Toronto, Nov. 1. At a public dinner
of tlio Caledonian Society or Tuesday
Ocorgo T. Denison. stipendiary pollco
maglstrato of tlio city and cnptiln of tho
Governor General's body guard, a mlll
tnry regiment, in response tc tlio toast
"Tho Army and Navy," said Canada
wns entering upon a great crisis.
"I tell you," ho went on, "tblig nre crowd
lug tipoil us very fast. Wo shall probably soon
bo called on I ineau tboso of ui who nro loyal
to tho British flag to defend the dlfo of tho
country. Within tho past two months wo
linvo seen ono thing nfter another showing a
most bitter and hostile feeling toward this
country on tho part of the United Slates.
Only this very evening camo a telegram from
Washington saying that Mr. Cleveland Is going
io issuo ins retaliation proclamation.
"Let. him do It. I havo every faith lu
Canada. Wo have the country aud the people,
and wo can hold our own. All that Is neces
sary Is for us to bo true to ourselves. I am
sorry to sea that somo of us liavunucunfidcuco
lu tho future. Ihopo our volunteers will
mark these traitors In this country nnd put
them in the rear when troublo comes. "1 do
not like to sco letters lu our papers' advocating
annexation. It Is nothing but rank treason." -
Col. Denison continued by repeating that
Mr. Clovclaud was trying to provoke Canada
and Great Britain to wnr nnd calling ou all
loyal Canadians to bo ready for It.
Joseph Tatt. a prominent Liberal, made a
'Speech attacklug Col. Denison. Ho claimed
that overy man who favored tho annexation ot
Canada to tho United States was perfectly en
titled to entertain 'bis opinion's, and also to
preach them publicly.
Tult and others then left tbo banquet amid
cheers aud countcr-cbccrs. Col. Deuton,us
police magistrate, Is under tho cfintrol of tlio
provincial government of Ontario, und It Is
thought tho Government, which ls!Ltbcra!,w!tl
reprimand or dismiss him, V
The Keeling In Loudon,
London, Nov. 1. In split df tho fact that
most ot the newspapers and n large majoilty
ot tho politicians In mid out of olllco agree,
thnt President Cleveland's action In clrlug
l.om jnckUMe his eongo was not only per
fectly proper, but, Indeed, tho only thlog he
could do In tho circumstances, the uffair
has caused a general murmur of dissatisfaction
with tbo manner In which tho Minuter was
dismissed. Tho muttcrlngs proceed chiefly
from a dcslro to conceal tbo uuHersal feeling
The Prime Minister Condemned.
Nor nro tho growls altogether directed
toward the American Government. Whllo It
Is freely charged that Mr. Clovoland has exer
cised his of11cl.il prerogative in his own per
sonal lutercst with a view of nialilng party
capital and Influencing his re-elcClon, n con
siderable proportion of tho press and tbo neo
file are disposed to lay tho blamo for Luc
and's humiliation at tbo door of Lord Salis
bury. It Is claimed that when tho effect of Lord
Baekvllle's Indiscreet conduct made It appear"
that tbo JlrltUh iMIui&tar.'s (departure lrom
WaBhlugton In consequence wus'liibvltable,
tho premier should havo recalled him nt once.
In order that the spectacle of tho peremptory
dismissal of a British repiescntstivo by the
Government Jo which ha was accredited might
That Lord Salisbury was perfectly well
awnro from the outset that Lord Sackvllto
could no longer remain In Washington us tho
representative ot Great Britain there can bo
uo doubt whatever, nud tho opinion Is openly
expressed that ho purposely exposed tho un
fortunate Minister to tho humiliation which
has been visited upon him In o'nler that a pop
ular fcelliiL' of indlcnatlnn might bo aroused
against tho American Government by the
nctlon bo kpew tbo Washington authorities
must take lu tho event ol his neglect to
promptly perform his duty. j
The Course Taken by the American Sen
ate In tho matter of the Canadian fisheries treaty,
and later that ot the President In his retalia
tion message, Is still fresh In the minds of tbo
Premier and his colleagues, ami It Is not un
likely that tbo foregoing oplnloi) Is based upou
something stionger than mere surprise. IV g
llsh popular Indignation niraijist a country
y,000 miles away isn't such A terrible thing
nfter all, but In tho absence ot any more potent
means ot retaliation, It was possibly thought
well to manufacture aud use 10
Tlio Most Disappointing Part
of the affair is, however, tho fact that tho
quantity of popular Indignation produced Is
exceedingly small and mpst of It Is directed
against those who could, It they would, havo
spared Kuglaud her present humiliation.
The Post this morning has' a leading edi
torial on tho Sackvlllo Incident In which it
say 8: (
"Wo find tho head ot the Hcpubllc driven to
offer an affront to u British' MluUtcr and
through him to tho friendly coq'utiy which he
represents. To Hngllsbmeu thu lucldeut Is ot
llttlo Importance. The country has nothing to
hope or to fear from the United States, audit
Is u matter ot small Interest tojus whether the
Democrats or llcpubllcaus win llu tho coming
presidential election." ,
The Standard to dav follows un Its leader
of yesterday and says: "It 'might bo proper
to show our scuso of wouudeU dignity by
tendering Mr Phelps bis passports.
"The President Is not satisfied to tenounco
diplomatic intercourse, but must needs strip
the Brtrlsh Minister of tbo tltlo to all (mic
tions to which ho in entitled.,! Ho degraded
our embassador before orderlnrf him to leave
tho country. Lord ckckvllle it not allowed
the ordinary hospitality- of American
soil. Ho is told to go. nt once. If
War had becu declared between the two na
tions tbo citato Department (ioiild havo douo
nothing ruoro obviously unfriendly. As a
mere matter ot etlquotte tho courso pursued
at Washington will not redound to tho credit
of American manners, but that concerns Amer
icans. For Englishmen It Isiqjilto enough to
feel that their embassador Is THilng hustled out
of the Unltod States lu a raojt contumelious
In reference to tho Sackvlllo Incident tho
St. James' Gazctto says to-day; '-'Ibe English
should treat Secretary Bayard's lucolcneo
with contempt. Wo at u not J bowercr, cxactl v
prepared to send ironclads q Long Islaud",
because Secretary Bajnrd htisj been outrago
ously offensive Kcspcctableji Americans are
nearly as much 'disgusted over the event as
Bcrllu, Nov. 1. Tbo NaUorml. Zcltung, re
ferring to tho Sackvlllo muttor; sajst "Iho
frivolity with which lotenittomd dlfllcultlw
nro provoked by political factions lu tbe United
States lu order that one party may snap up a
few thousand votes from the other Is espe
cially evident lu the SackvllhTaffulr.
Alter the llopubllcaus hadet a tiap In or
der to catch tho Btrlklnglyihjjrmc3H llngllsh
Minister aud discredit Mr. Cleveland as u can
didate for the foreigner, Mr. Cleveland himself
Is trying to cross this iBaureuvre by au exag
gerated severity against tho ljrltlsh envoy
"This conduit appeals comical from tlio
fact that Clovrlaud does not leuvo tho British
Government lu doubt us to bhfalni Tho ingo
of party uowspapers, too, agalust Lonl Jck
Hlol6 mere aflcctatlou. It s a piciill.ir
cbaractcilstloof Prcsldcntlal'campalgus now
adays that they nro carried on pretty
quietly and respectably ,q jar M homo
relations aro concerned, but that they con
tlnuo to provoke unplensantness und noisy In
cidents with foreign countries.
"This kind of thlutr is scarcely calculated to
rnlju tbo reputation ot tbo Traus-Atlautlc lie
public," New York, Nov. 1. A dispatch to IkoSuu
from Albu.iuerquo, N.M.;Jajs thtre U no
doubt that Charles P. Luniml,, tbo hi Louli
Globe-Democrat coi respondent, Is thu author
of th.e Murchlsou letter, Lummls Is now lu
Now Moxlco, nnd, t Is charged, wroto the let
ter from that Territory.
Hiiw tlio l.'dHnrntHnud,
Now York, Nov. 1, Tho Herald lus com
piled tbo optntous ot editors all over tho
country as follow they regard tho dismissal ot
Lord Sackvlllc, nud sum up ai follows: Ap
proving tho dismissal, OS; disapproving, IK;
To Succeed Lord Siiokritlo.
Montreal, Nov. 1. Sir John Macdonnld ex
presses tho opinion that tbc British Govern
ment will follow Its usual rule of promotion
and name Secretary LMwardcs as Lord Sack
villa's successor ul Washington.
Lord Hackvlllo's Nucersnor.
Secretary Hdwnrdcs, who will naturally
become tho bead ot tho British Legation here,
Is out of tho city. Assistant Secretary Her
bert will therefore net for tho time.
Hon, Michael Henry Herteit was nominated
an attache July 7, 1877; pasted an examination
November 7. 16S7; was appointed to Paris
February 1, 1870; passed an examination In
public law February 21R90; was promoted to
bo third secretary .March 7, lb&0, and a second
secretary November 1, 1883.
Mr. Herbert will bo married ou November
20 to Miss Lelln Wilson, of New York. Tho
prospective bridals well-known hero nud was
the guest of Mrs". Whitney last winter. Mr.
iieroon-s moiuer, who camo ucro auouinrort-
nwbUOI 1IW I..JMIU IIIU UVUUbillUlir
Is uow visiting tbo family of cx
John Leu Carroll, near Hlllcott
Tlio Conservatives Will llndeavor lo Keep
Iilsli .Mutters lit the Ituuhcrouoil.
London, N6v. 1. As tho tlmo for tho rcas
scmbllugof Parliament approaches It becomes
more nnd more apparent that tbo conservatives
nro resolved to Keep Irlih matters out ot tho
bounds of discussion as much as possible dur
ing tbo session nnd devoto themselves to such
legislation for Kuglnud nnd Scotland as will
tend, to strengthen tho party. Tho loss of
several scats wlthlnlbelast joarhas frightened
some of tho more timid of the torles Into tho
belief that tho handwriting Is upou tbe wall
and oven tho stoutest-hearted ones sco tbo ne
cessity for prompt and vltrorous measures to
prolong t,be party's olllclal life.
As a means of convincing the people that
tbo conservative party by Itsnctlon In Ireland
had averted disaster to the country In tbo
snnpe ot wlioicalo murder, arson, etc., tuo
Parnell Commission wns thought to be a God
send, but tho rulings ot that body ou tho ud
mlislon of a certain line of testimony and tho
crowing weakness ot tho Times against tho
Parnclllles bafp destroyed their rclmnco upon
that method dt making party capital nud set
tbo Kovcmment's adherents to casting simnt.
lu new Ileitis.
On tho other hand, tho Nationalists appear
to caln contldenco dallv and mako no con
cealment ot their determination to force an
Irish measure of somo kind upon tho House,
In order to precipitate n debate. It Is claimed
by many of tho leaders, nnd, no doubt, be
lieved by all, that every Irish speech In Par
liament Is worth two on tho stump, and, for
this rcasou, debato is what Is most wished for.
Tbo Liberals appear to bo perfectly willing
to acquiesce lu thu Nationalist programme, but
stuud ready to polut out o their more Im
petuous colleagues tbo danger of obstructive
tactics at this time. If tbo Government brings
lu Kngllsh remedial legislation tho measure or
measures ought, they bcllovc, to reeelvo the
support of tno Itlsli party as a means of
spiking tbo'i-ncmy's guns,
SUED FOR MAUOIOllS'IilltEIi.
Two Wiudilniitnn Mun Want 970,000 for
a. , Derogatory fjlutrmunts-
Cleveland, Nov. L A special from Mans
field says that C. E. Foster nnd Frank L.
Freeman, of Washington, D. C, havo brought
Milt against W.M. SturgTs and the Barr Cash
nnd Packngo Company for $75,000 for mali
cious libel. Suit has also beeu brought against
tho tamo parties for u llko amount In tho
United States Court hereon a similar charge
by W. S. Lamsnu nnd Frank .Means. Tlio
ti publo crow out of tho Issuance of a circular
containing alleged derogatory statements.
The Manitoba Troubles.
Minneapolis, Mlnu., Nov. 1. A special from
Wlnulpeg sayp: Au attempt was mado last
ulght to burn tho Canadian Pacific brldgo at
Hcadlngly, Manitoba. Tho brldgo was satu
rated with oil aud considerable damage was
done. Tho tire appeared to have been tlio
work of ludliruant settlers who sldo with tho
Government In Its troubles with tho Canadian
Paclllc. Thu Manitoba Legislature meets
Ibursdav, und It is tho Intention to ndont re
taliatory measures against tho Canadian Pa
cific, which will probably lueludoa rcmovnl ot
the exemption from tuxatlou uow enjoyed by
tbo road, aud which amounts to $500,000 per
Trying to Remove Davenport.
New York, Nov. 1. Tho Herald says that
United States District Attorney alkcr is pro
paring papers for an application to the Circuit
Cotut for tho removal of Mr. Johu D.iven
port, tho United States Supervisor ot Elec
tions, on several chaiges, mo of which will
bo that ho used warrants, with the name of tho
District Attorney thereon, without authority
to do so. Ahcu seen by a reporter, Mr.
Davenport said he did not care to speak on tho
subject, but, should they bo presented, he will
be heard from, and that lie will Issuo war
rants whenever ho thinks It necessary.
London, Nov. 1, Spencer Bulkley IVvun,
Bardti Nowborough, Is dead, I.ord Sow
borough was born In 1801).
Home, Nov. 1. Tho Pope will shortly re
call Monslcnor Hotelll, papal nuncio at Paris,
and creatu him n Cardinal.
Copjnhagcn, Nov, 1. The King of Den
mark has bestowed upon M. De Glers, Kussl.in
Minister of Foreign Allalis, tbo order of the
elepbaut, tbo highest of the Dauish orders.
A Truln Flrntl lulu.
Wabash, I ml., Nov. 1. Au upknowu scoun
drel fired Into a crowded trald on tho Wabash
road, which was returning, Tuesday eveulug,
from tho Kepubllcan Vally at Poru. The tralu
hud reached the city limits hero, when a bullet
crashed through tbo wludow ot ono of tho
rats and wliliiu'il by tho faces of Township
Tiusteo Corey and Couuty Superintendent
Myers. Thero Is uo cluo to tho miscreant.
l'rnparlne to Moio Old T.lbby,
Loutsvlllo, Ky., Nov. 1, The Exocutlve
Committee of tbo Llbby Prison Association
passed through this city last night on their
way homo to Chlcn-jo from Illchmond, Va.,
whero thoy mudo all airaugemeuts tot tho re
moval of tho famous old prison by sections to
Chicago. Theso gentlemen nro traveling In
groat splendor, having for their solo uso tbo
elegant Pullman bulfot sleeper "Muscottc."
ltobbed by FootpiulH In AUi-oii,
Akron, Ohio, Nov. I. Joseph Dlckcnhof
seventy years old, whllo going through an un
frequented part of this city last evening, was
assaulted by two highwaymen nnd robbed of
S7,300 that ho carried In n vnllso. Ho wns
knocked down with a slingshot. Tbo thieve
escaped In tho darkness, stealing n horso and
buggy to get away. 0 Ulcers arc lu pursuit.
Cardinal Nettitinn'ii lllnr...
London, Nov. 1, Cardinal Now mail's 111
ucss proves to bo very serious. Owlug to
weakness, tho Cardinal fell nnd struck his
head against the wall of his loom, Much
anxiety la felt lu regard to Iho prclulo.
Ocean Meinour Arrltcil.
Southampton, Nov. 1. Steamship Trove,
from Now Yoik for this port, and Bremen ar
rived oft tho I.Izard to-day,
quconstowii, Nov. 1. Britannic, from New
loik for Liverpool,
Workmen StilUo for' Unci: I'ny.
Haverhill, Muss,, Nov. 1. This moiuiug the
workmen nt J. li. Towlo ,t Co.'s i-hoc manu
factory hero, struck In a body for ncreral
week1 back pay.
Tho Commissioners Grant a Number
REASONS FOR REPDSINO THE REST.
ComplnlntN by 1'roporty Holders Thnt
Wero Considered Just.
Tho Commissioners In Board session to day
considered applications for liquor licenses
and granted tbo following:
Bau Hoojis Charles Dlstnor, '03 Kit., J. J.i
Fluley, S030 1C St.; C. B. Osborne, 1001 I, st.
W. V. Hyan, 415 13th St.; Frank Brown, 850 Pn.
nve.j A. Mclnklug, 507 Q st.j T. riltt,
521 Q st.; ,T. Fltzmorrls, above Boundary
between 18th nud 10th its.; Louisa
Losckam, 11B3 F street; William Schorgcr,
1117F street; J. Than', 818 F street; Johu
Filer, 43 rt street; Carl Gains, 1018 M strrtt;
J. M. Buckley, 2028 M, st.; II. B, Klrkwood,
142.'! G st.; C. Xnnuer, 4!!9 K st.; Margaret
Calvin, 1H0.1 1 st.; Corcoran White, 107 G
st; John W. Werner, BOOd I st,; William T.
Harvey, tflftj H St.; Ham lhnk'i. Troinont
House; F. A. Djsou, :I4U Pa. nvo.
Wiiole!ai.e.-0. C. Carter, 101 L st.; Mr.
Iloche, 118 L St.; F. McKuow, 18U K St.; M.
Dorsoy, mas I st.; P. O'Cnllaghan, 2200 I st.;
J. Cody, 2200 Mil; W. Wirtcns. -13!) N sL;
F. MoC. Crlsw-cll, 1101 F St.; A. hlevcrs, 022 N
sL; W. H. Zoh, Ml N St.; A. Fbhhlagcr. 1401
P. Bt.; W. Al. Arnold, 1201 S. Bt.lVllllnm
l.ord. 471 G St.: A. J. and L. llclllinrii. 12S1I
( BL; O. B. Ilcrgor. 1501 T St.; T. N. Hen
derson, 1U48 T St.; P. Daly, 2112 11 St.; O. P.
Lcane, 227 (! st.
IlAurtoo.MS. James Hyan, 820 Ost.;'.I. J.
Brosuuu, J2 2d st.; Hobert Hurley, 000 2d St.,
Daniel Sweenoy, 83 Canal st.; Richard Hyan,
1102 2d st; William F. Hyan, 415 12th St.;
John D. Morrison, 033 U St.; M. Fitzgerald,
203 F St.; Thomas Flynu, 700 1st St.; Daniel
McNcnl, 20.1 2d; Johu F, Dupan, 100 D it.: P.
Lynch, 330 Vn. ave.: II. Horten, 342
Va. ave4; Frank Blaklo, 801 1st. sL;
Win. Hvan. 231 3d st. Ed. F tzircrnld. 029 2d
St.; Mehrlng Fcnruson. 300 and 303 Vn.
ave.; Francis Leonard, TXi Dol. nvo.; B. N.
Cohen, 023 Va. nvc.: Jno. McUulrc, 423 1st
St.; Tbos. Brown, 127 G St.: J. F. Downcv.
320 G st It. 11. Key. 211 3d St.: Jns. 0.
Holmes, 333 Va. nvo.; Jas. Murnnne.
013 I St.; L. A. Lovclaco, Oil I
sL; Jno. Burke, 705 I st.: Foils
.Mcuouaiu, 01S lv sL; Archer Hayes, fill
N St.; Frank Kappel, 53 Va avo.; Mlchaol
King. 215 Vn. avo.: W. M. Drurv. 523 3r St.:
John Hell, 014 41; James Ford, 020 11th St.;
C. P. Anderson, 10th and Water sts,; G. W.
iinucr, 114a tm st,; r . i . nan, iuuu Tin St.; u.
W. Hall. 801 7th at.: D. Murnhv. 818 7th st. :
T. Kcagan, 1100 11th st.; C." F. Bartboluicr.
710 41 St.; T. Kelly, 23(5 41 St.;
Samuel Guggcnbctmcr, 305 44 st.;
L. O. and A. F. Carroll, 300 45; 11. Weber,
132d0tb; W. II. Fugctt, 515 4 at.; W. J.
McDermott, 425 41 kt.; A. Helm, 40S 41; W.
O.Mcady, 70145; W.N. II. Maacb, 11100 Oth
St.; Mary Martin. 1000 0th; T. Kelly, 23.'! 4 J;
J. C. Knight, 1031 Oth; G. W. Foglo, 208 7th;
J. T. Holchford, 1001 Oth; E. I'nnls,012 11th;
C. Grlfllu, 520 4i; Ellher O. Kottmann, 512 45.
Wholesale James Dovlo, 431 1st St.; W.
II. Wright, 1800 1 tt.; F. A. Bacchlln, 343 H
st.; L. 0. Pulmcr, 013 to 023 D st.: H. A.
Goldeu it Co., 043 F St.; (1. Lang A Co., 013
Md. arc.;" 0. Bonn & Co., 11th und Md.Jtva.;
C. M.Farrls 83712th st.'T. ltuimert. Ul'J -14
St.; John Nash, 82145 st.; J. B. Braul, 411 44
st,;J. JtinMc, 1831 Cth St.; licrenerifc Eugol
Brewing Co., Vn. avo. aud Oth Bt.; G. II. Butt,
420 7th st.; W. Croggan, 800 7th st.
The J'attowinc Worn Disapproved! North
west. BAimooMs Frederick Sehucldcr, 403 Itldgo
strcot, ono other saloon lu the neighborhood,
not enough signatures.
Jnmea llulpln, 303 Q street, two otbor sa
loons In neighborhood, and needs more
Aggie McGlnnell, 007 G 6treet. two other
saloons In samo netghborenod, applicant Is
quite a young girl aud pollco question the
wisdom of giving her a llccuso lu view of her
age, aud tbe complaints ngalust tho place.
H. W. Wndc, corner of North Capitol and
G streets; old place, but not conducted In au
orderly and quiet mnuner.
W. II. Kuperltts, 470 lv street; four other'
C laces In neighborhood; old place; conducted
i an orderly manner, but the pollco suspect
tbo applicant of ilotnir Sunday busluess,
Thomas F. Daray, 1010 Seventh street; np
pllennt llued for Sunday bar.
McGIll Grove, 3003 M street; old placo; ap
plicant only twenty years old.
Mary A. Lynn, 1S2 Penusylvania avenue,
six others In tno neighborhood, old pluco, con
ducted lu an orderly and respectable maimer,
but suspected ot violating the Sunday laws.
J. M. Pcrreard, 608 Fourteenth street, two
others In same nelghlHirliorxl, chaiged with
violating tbe Sunday law.
II. Kalclski, 033 44 Bt., uot enough sinners.
J. T. Clark, 1024 7th st,, arrested onco for
Wm. D. Staples, 1127 3d St., not enough
Dennis DiUcoll, 1001 3d st., fined for Sun
day bar, grocery and bar connected,
Dennis Hcuufssy, 031 lid t bar and grocery
store not separated.
Johu Altnnn, 243 11th st., not enough
Jnmes Williams. 334 It St., four others same
block. Scrgt. Smith reports that ho was
pushed out of tbo place on Sunday while In1
spectlng tbo character of business baliig con
ducted; placo was then full of negroes, sup
posed to oo drinking.
Chas. C. Kllltaii, 330 B st.. thrco others in
same nelghbothood, suspected of selling ou
Jumts O'Connor, CM 1 St., two other saloons
on block, suspected of selling on Sunday aud
allowing card uUvluiron tho premises.
WlIOLEtfALR DlijAl'l'ilOVEU. Auu Onlll, 60
Ann Allior students J lilted.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 1, A mob of about
200 students attempted to celebrate Hallow
E'en hist ulght In a mannor which brought
them to disgrace and lauded thrco of them In
Jail. They first attempted to break up a pro
cessiou which tho Democrats wero holding,
but were unsuccessful. They noxt went ton.
meeting, ut which L. Putnam, ot Maine, was
speaking, with tbo Intention of raising u" dls
turbauceTivbui they were ejected. Thoy then
raised bodlam lu tho streets, until thrco of
them wero Jailed, when they went In a mob to
tho Jail and tried to effect their release, but
A Cutup.tleu Traced)-.
Kokomo, lud., Nov. 1. Abuer Miller, nn
old soldier died here to-dny from tho effects of
a terrible beating received .Monday night dur
ing tho Democratic tally, becauso ho shouted
for Harrison, Truman Hobson, n youug man.
aged 25, who assaulted him, was arrestul and
lodged in Jail esterdaynll tho charge of man
slaughter, Hobson has always homo n good
reputation, but was drunk when tho tragedy
j:-Hi-eretniy f.lteliinii" Acoitaed,
New York, Nov. 1. The World's Phila
delphia special says that tho editor of tho
Journal ot United Labor, refcirliig to tlio
stolen mall list of tho Knight' official organ,
makes llie statement tb.il tbo list was token
by ox-General Secretary Charles !i; I.ltcbiu.iu,
and that It Is now iu tho possession of tho
Hepubllcuu National Committee.
Tho l'lirnclt Voliiiulasloll.
I ondon, Nov. 1. The Parnoll Commission
res'xicd Its sitting this morning. .Tho hearing
of tho. evidence of police shorthand reporters
. - - -
A Schooner Ashore,
Booth Bay Mc Nov. I Thofcehooucr lloslo
E., from Iloston foi Booth Uay, uu mhoto ou
Tumbler bland lust ulght.
Toledo, Nov. 1. A. special to tho Deo,
from Howling Grcon, Ohio, gives tho
particulars of n most disastrous Uro
thero oarly tills morning, by which n
hotel, two printing olllccs and many
other buildings vrcro totally consumed.
About 2 o'clock an alarm of 11 ro was
sounded and tho tiro department located tho
llro In Mcschcr's bakery, on Main strcot, from
whero It soon communicated to Kramer )
Chanoy's agricultural Implemoat room, and In
a short tlmo tho entfro sfdo ot the street, In
cluding the Koss House, was a seething msu
Before tho tiro could bo checked It had com.
munlcatcd to adjoining business blocks, and
tho Sentinel olllco was completely gutted, a
wns also tho Gazctto ofllce, together with a
lariro number of stores.
Natural gal soon began to escape from pipes
In tbo various buildings, and added fuel to tho
(lames. So far as kuown no Byes' wefo lost.
Tho loss cannot nt present ho estimated, but
will bo very largo. i . i
Tho causo Is unknown, , , ,
WORKING, CALU'ofaftA.'. '
How thu Democrats aro UMdlnc for tho
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 1. It was learned
hero yesterday that tho DcmocratloSUtdCom
mlttcoSattuduy last expressed to California
10,000 copies ot a sheet called tho Labor Slg
tial supplement, containing twenty columns oC
the lies about Gen. Harrison, which baVo been
so audaciously circulated hero. Tim purpose
of tho sheet Is to prejudice and -mislead tho
worklngmcn of tho Paclllc Slope. Chairman
Huston. Of tho Kepubllcan State Committee,
wired Alike De Young last ulght to appriso
tho peoplo of tbo SIopo that tho sheets were
ou routo to thorn. '
A LIFE OF HOOD WORKS.
Dentil ot Itov. W. O. VnnMotor, tlio Evnn
Itellst, In Kama.
Now York, Nov. 1. Hov. William C. Vnn-
Metcr, tho well-known evangelist and mis
sionary, died yesterday at Homo, Italy, aged
sixty-eight yem-s. Dr. VauMotcr was one ot
tbo founders of tho Howard Mission, lu this
city, forty years ago, and as Its superintendent
ho carried on for twenty-flvo years tho work of
rescuing children from tbo slums and Uridine;
Christian homes for them throughout the
It was largely through his efforts that tho
notorious Flvo Poluts was cleaned out nnd
soma ot Its vile dens replaced by mission
houses. For tbo past fifteen years Dr. Van
Meter has been engaged lu mlssloucry school
work among tho children ot Italy.
Terrible Disaster In Flttsbitrir.
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 1. At 11 o'clock this
morning n. "tap" In tho front of a puddllug
furuacn lu Zujrg's rolllug mill, on Pcnn ave
nue, broke down, allowing a largo quantity ot
molten mot.il to pour out Into a tank ot
water. A terrific oxploslon occurred. Puddlor
George Smith was Instantly killed, literally
blown to pieces; Hclocr Joseph Kllno was
fatally scalded; bl3 tou, ngcu sixteen, and
John Xctwold, buggy man, were seriously
A Lively I.lcht-Wclulit right.
Now York, Nov. 1. Tommy Flannlgan, ot
Cincinnati, aud Pcto McCabc, of Albany, two
light-weight pugilists, fought ten rounds ou
City Island early this raordlng for a stake of
$300. Tho light was a lively ono throughout,
both men being badly punished. McCabo wan
unable to respond when tlmo was called tor
tbo eleventh round, and Flannlgan was, de
clared tho wluuer.' Tb ilghMisted forty mln-
A Hneulc Thiol's l'unl.liuimit.
Albany, N. J., Nov. 3. John Price, alias
C. H. Simmon?, a New York sucnk-thlcf, par
doned from tbo Georgia Stato prison last De
cember, lus beeu sentenced here to nineteen
years nud five months lu Stato prison for steal
ing 35,000 in Missouri debentures from A. M.
Dedcrtck, In this city In July last.
Another llnnkcr Disappear.
Now Yoik, Jfov. 1. L. Herman, solo part
ner of L. Herman & Co., Russian-American
bank nud exchange, 15 Orchard strcot, Is miss
ing und thu bank .closed The depositors lu
tbo bank are mostly Polish Jews, and the
amount that Herman Is supposed to have ab
sconded with is about $10,000.
A Souhrutto llecomes Insane.
New York, Nov. 1. Lllllo Gould, who has
played eoubrottc paits lu sevoral theaters
throughout tho'country, was taken to tho Pa
vilion for tho Insane at Boilovucllospltal Tuos
day nlght.She keeps up an Incessant chattorlni;
null stalks about her narrow cell llko a tragedy
Took I.ln r.lTe Inttie Court Itoom.
St. Louis, Nov. 1. A' special from Kansas
City suys: A sensation was created lu tho
Criminal Court loom this morning by tho
sulcldo ot Jack Fleming, a deputy marshal,
who drew a revolver und blow his brains out
whllo court was In session.
Itvglsterod l'liaknces Stolen.
Topoka, Kan., Nov. 1. A number ot un
opened registered packages were stolen from
tho postofllco Tuesday. All tbo clerks wcro
decoyed from the building by a tiro alarm.
Tho amount of tho loss cannot bo glyeu.
FINANCIAL AND C03IMEUCIAL.
The Htock'umt Money .Market.
New York, Nov. 1. Money, 1(3,2 per
cent. Exchaugo steady; posted rates 483)
4c-" J; actual rates, 4S1 J4S4i lor sixty days and
4AH((j) 1881 for demand. Governments steady;
currency tls, 1211 bid; 4s, coupon, 127 bid;
IJs, do., 10SJ bid. ,
'Iho stock market opened very dull, but
shortly after tbo opening tho commission
bouses began buylugtho leaders, and by noon
prices advanced J to 1 percent. Tho market
lias since ueeii nun, out urm.
UI.VU UUlli UUli IUUU
-W. U.. 841; 1V& IL; 1184: Wiib..
1 p. ui.-
!4J; N. V.C109S; D. r,.'A.,W., 180; p)IdC7A;
K.J. U., bOJ: Erie, 23J; C. B. & Q, HO;
dlch. Cent., SSJ; pffd., 1)45; P. D. & K., 2llj;
N. P.. 202; L.8., 1031; Man., 101.; pffd., 00;
1.. a ou; u. , m u;ij; mo., uij: u. r.,
0-lj; 0. A M 23J; O. & T., 30; Mo. 1'ac, 70;
Heading, 40J Tex. Pac, 24r Omaha, 38;
St. Paul, 003; C.S., 635.
Tim Chicago Market.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 1. Opening, 10.30 a. ra.
Wheat Nov., 110$: Dec, 1101; Muy, 1201(a)
120?. Corn Nov.. 40; Dec., 303! May, 30.
Oats Nov., 212; May, 20. Pork Nov., 14.03:
Jan., $14,021: May, $15.10. Lard-Nov.,
$8.25; Jim., $8.20; May, $0,371. Hlbs Jan.,
$7.50; May, $7.70.
'Iho Washington Stocks.
Miscellaneous Bonds W. A G. 11. It., 110;
Masoulu Hall Ass'n. 10-1; Wash. .Market Co.,
U5; Wash. Light Infantry, 1st, 03J; Wush.
Light Infantry, 2d, 45; Wash. Gas Light
National Bank Stocks Bank of Washing
ton, ,".1.1; Bank ot Hepubllc, 107); Metropolitan,
105; Central. 200: Second, 12S; Farniurs' and
Mechanics', 103; Cltlrens', 120; Columbia,
llallroad Stocks Washington aud George
town, ; Metropolitan, 100; Columbia, ;
Cop, ifc Not Hi O St., 34; Auacostla, .
lusurniico Stocks Fireman's, j; Franklin,
3b5; -Mutiopohtau, 73; Nutlou.il Union, 105;
Arlington, 15S; Corcurau, ,M5; Columbia, 121;
German Aiucrlciu, il'otomue, 035; Biggs, 71.
(ins aud Electrla Light Stocks Washington
Gas, 40j; Georgetown Gas, 44; U. S. Electrl-t
Tolephoue Stocks Cbesapeako A Potomac
Miscellaneous Stocks Washington MarkeV
Co., 11; Washington Brick Macblno Co.. 103;
National Press Brick Co., S; Great Fulls Icl
Co.. 130: Bull Hun Panorama Co, ; Heal
Est.ito Tltlo Insursnco Co., ; ColumbU
Tltlo Insurance Co., 5). National Sato Du
po-lt Co,, 100; AmeilcnuGraphophouo Co., 13.
Local Weather Indications,
Wiilini'i-. fair, oiil)icry wind", stationary
tcmpciiiliiru on the rout, southeasterly winds.
TvuiiiuuturotiMluy; Us, in., 0ft; lit m., US;