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IjATK DKl'AltTJIBXT NEWS.
Ilccr.ivr.il ron Hr.iir.MrrioN. Tlio natlonn
lank note received nt tho Treasury for re
demption to-day amounted to $310,000.
l)n. Hamilton Leavls. Surceon General
Hamilton left yfrslcrday for Chicago, Dr.
Monor will bo In chargo timing tho General's
Tnc Pjiesidknt's Camxiis. Among (lio
Picsldcnt'srallers to-day were tho following:
Chief Justice Fuller, Senators Gorman nnd
Harbour, Judgo (looilo, of Virginia; Cotnmls
(loner Miller, Col. Ward, U. 8. A.,nnd ltcp
icsontnllvo Allcu, of Mississippi, and V. II.
lliiunvnti or Ilrrr. Tho Treasury Depart
ment Inn ordered tho refund of duty on n seal
ring Imported by ltt. Ilcv. Ablel Leonard,
missionary bishop of Nevada and Utah. Tho
bishop slates that tho ring was especially pur
chased for his own uso In attesting olllclal
documents lr. his ecclesiastical capacity.
Yellow Tnvr.ii ltm'oirrs. Tho followlus
was received at tho Marino Hospital lJurcau
this morning from tho jellow fever districts:
Gainesville. 1'la,, leports six now cases; tlnco
white and three colored. Thero are no now
cases at Lhu Onk, aud tho last caso Is eight
tljys old Tho town Is being cleansed aud
Medic m, Dcpautmrst Cimocs. Tho fol
lowlng changes liavo liocn made In tho Med
ical Department: Major Illy McClellan, sur
geon, Is rclicvid from duty ut Joffcrson llar
racks, Mo., and will report to tho command
ing general division of tho Missouri, for duty
o attending surgeon nt tho headquarters of
tlio division as examiner of recruits at Chi
cago, III, Major .lohn II. Ilartholf, surgeon,
Is relieved finm duty In tho Department of
Texas, aud will report to tho commanding of
ficer, Pittsburgh IlarracUs, N. Y,, for duty.
AliMV Onti:us. l.leut. Col. Ilasll Norris
and MaJ. Henry IE. Fclton, surgeons, U. S. A
aro detailed as members of tho army retiring
board appointed to meet at tSati Francisco,
vlco Col, LTUba J, Ilallcy, surgeon, and Capt.
John J. Cochran, assistant surgcou, relieved.
Post Chaplain George V. Duiihar Is relieved
from duty In tho Department of Dakota, and
x 111 report to tho commanding general, Di
vision of tho Pacific, for duty at the presidio
of San Finnclsco. Lieut. Stephen J. Mulh.ill,
Fourteenth Infantry, Is granted leavo of ab
( ecneo for eight months, with pcrmlsslou to
leavo Division of Paclllc.
Naval Ononis. Ordered Lieutenant
Commander J. J. llrlec, to duty at tho Navy
Yard, Washington; Assistant L'uglnccr F. II.
Kldrldgc, to examination for promotion; As
sistant Surgeon J, S. Lagrcc, to examination
for promotion; Gunner Xlcorgo L. Albio, to
tho receiving shin St. Louis; Lieut. C It.
Mills, to tho Kearsagc. Detached Eu
sign V. V. Pluukctt has reported his
return home, having been detached from tho
i'lnta on tho 17th of October, aud placed on
waiting orders; Parsed Assistant Lmrlnccr P.
11. IlolTmau, from tho I'lnta and ordered to
duty In connection with machinery of tho
( harlcston, building at San 1'ranclsco, Cal.;
Passed Assistant Engineer William A. Murt
zor, from tho Mohican and ordered to tho
TUB 1I1STMCT OOVEKXMEXT.
Tho luiliistrlul Homo .School,
Iho twentieth annual report of tho Indus
trial Homo School, which has been here
tofore brlclly referred to, states that
duilng tho two decades over 2,000
children liavo recotved tho benefits of thn
homo, and many of them have becomo
good members of tho community. Tho until-
Vtl VI ,.,I(0 J1I IUV JUBllbUblUII UU ,JUIJ 1, 1IMI,
was SO; admitted during tho year, 50; dis
charged, -15; remaining at end of fiscal year,
830. Thero wcro "J.! returned to friends, 11
placed In homes and 8 lcffwlthout leavo. Tho
total cost of maintenance was $10,237.20, and
the cost per capita was $110.33.
lleforo applicants for admission aro received
Into the school tuny are passed upon by a med
ical examiner, Mho rop.irls on their physical
nnd mental condition. Tho ages of admission
havo been limited between five, and twelve
eais. in speaking of tho health of tuo Instl
Mon tho rcnoit sava It was uunrecedentlv
V.. t. No deaths occurred. Thero woro two
cases of cholera, and of thu thiity cases of
ringworm of tho scalp only tuo remain. Tho
chlldicn aro given food of a fair quality, but
more animal food for breakfast would prob
ibly bo an Improvement. Two schools uro
iiaintalued on tho premises under tho man
igcmcut of Mr. aud Mrs. John W. Douglass,
public school teachers, and tho scholars com
paro favorably with thoso In the public
ichools. Tho total receipts wcro $13,041.01,
and tho expenditures were $12,601,119.
Mr. Max Lanshurgh and his attorney wcro
it tho District buildings yesterday, and took
copies of all tho official orders and corre
ipondcnco In tho condemnation of land to
widen Columbia road. The Commissioners
havo refused to compensate Mr. Lansburgh for
laud takcu from his estate, and ho will resist In
thu courts tho action of tho Commissioners to
take his land without condensation. (
Mr, N. T. IJaller, who was refused a permit
:o cicct sonio framo, dwelling houses In Lo
Droit Park, recently requested tho Commls
lloucrs to refer his petition for tho permit to
Attorney ltiddlo. Tho Commissioners havo re
plied that thoy deem tho regulation concern
jug tho extension of tho II ro limits embracing
too park to bo so plain that uo opinion of
their legal advisor is needed.
Tho applications of J.J.CIark,ot 713 second
street, and llarbaia Hater, 1003 Pcnnsjlvanln
avenue, for bar-room licenses wcro rejected
6omo days ago, but tho Commissioners recon
sidered their action last evening and granted
their licenses. A bar-room llconso was also
gtanted to Frauk Gallagher, of 1130 Twcuty
School Trustoo Cornish asks that tho chain
gang bo put to woik to put tlio sidewalks near
tho Lovojoy Building In a passable condition.
Tho commission of .Special Policeman James
McKeuuy has beon revoked for bolug Intoxi
cated ou tho streets In full uniform.
Tho Commissioners havo notlOod President
Gallaudct, of tho Deaf and Dumb Institute,
that they cannot lay a water main on M street
until n petition, signed by the owners of a
majority of tho property, Is filed with them,
asking for tho same.
Itecout Ilnlihorfes llcporteri.
An empty umbiella-stand was stolen fiom
tho hallway pf Dr. J. W. llayward'a houso, at
Miss Jennie Stono's silver watch was lost or
stolen while sho was at school at tho Don
ulou building josteulay.
Polleemau Dubois' overcoat, umbrella nnd
hat wcro stolen yesterday from tho rooms of
tho Central Mission, ou tho Avenue.
Four or llvo yards of cloth were stolen fiom
Oh ou Owen's Moio, at Tenth street and Now
Yoik avenuo, by u shoplifter Wednesday.
Dnmugox Against thu District,
Seven hundred aud fifty dollars damages
was awarded to Edward Mueller in Ids suit
agalust the Dlstilct of Columbia. Mueller was
Injured by stopping upon some loose project
lug flagging ou Fourteenth street about llvo
Court In Gonernl Term Thu Chlnf Jus
tine, Justices Juiiiph mid Monlulc.
Reynolds vs. Smith; argued.
Circuit Court JiiHtlra Cnx.
U R. l'l.utfrln I.Mit Cnmnnnv vs. Wllwnn,
JmlKinut.t lnr defendant. Mullorvs. IiUtilitol
Columbia: decided for plaint Iff. 87fiO. Whit,
tlnuliam vs. Owun; continued at tho cost of
plamtllt. Ooodyeur llubhurCu. vs. Kllleeu.
Kqulty Court Justice! Cox.
O'Neal vs. O'Noal; tostlmony bcfoioC. Inglo,
laiuliicr, ordered taken, Holloa vs. Ilulivn;
testimony lieforplt. Wilson, examiner, ordered
taken. Wnlkorvs. Walker; appearance of ah.
lent detendnnt ortleriul. Krlok vs. Allrnan;
It st Imony before John Crulkihanb, oxamlnvr,
Ileal Kstiite Trnnror.
.Tomes II. Callun and Albert bmltli, S1. sublot
3H, miuiirn H2t)
llunj. H. Figult to same, S2,7fi, sublot 18,
.luirtus II. Jlerlwelher to Fiuinlo U. UroKins'.
ta.Wll, Hill; nt 'J7, squaio 2a. llaivaid Uul
.A. Uiiulon. trustco, lo A. 1'iov ct ul $801).
partlo' ft, Kiiaro2l
.,vLWoI.,"'"m,V1J t""t''e.;oO. . Nowman,
$1,1)07 a 1. jut 1 14, mpinru IKhl.
I'uiker Sfunii to .1. II. Wlmer, $3, lots 02
and t:l, Washlnitton Ileluhts.
.! II. Whnor to Julia .Mann, JH, sauio pron
crty. llcllndii Kirk to II. I,. Strange, $2,000, part
lots 2 and i, nuuato t)ru.
llellndii C. Iliivclen to lid ward A. Kuapp.
$'.',025, one-linlt Interest In 15 aeros on load
Irotu Teiiliiytowil to lliookvlllo, Md.
l'unnlo W Washhigiou to name, $2,025, uuu
ball lutvicst 111 eamu.
. The Evening Post.
. WASHINGTON, FltlDAY BVB"Niy&, NOVErJ3ER 9, 188S.
LATESHOTS FROM THE FIELD.
Delayed Reports as to tho Result of
WEST VIRGINIA STILL DODBTFDL.
Cnllfur'iln Hald to lio llcpubllcnti by
Wheeling, W. Vn., Nov. O.-Tlio Stnto
h still in doubt. All tho report!) so far
received show Iteptilillcnti gnln, soino
of them gientcr tiiiin expected, nnd it
continued Hiitrlson will got tlio Ktnto by
nbotit 000. OolT, for flovcrnor, Is prob
nlily about. 1,000 nlieuil of Ills ticket.
Tho TicgMitturc will lio close. Tho ic
tnrns ho fur Indicate 11 Jlenubllcati 11m
Jniltv of two In the Seiutto nml ono in
tho House u niiiJnrlly of tliree on Joint
ballots ThN will muUo Goft United
In the 1'irst Ccmrresslonnl 1lsl,rlct,
Atkinson, Hop., is elected to Congr -bv
Imm 7(1 to 150 nmjoiily. In tlio
Siconil, tlio Democintfi claim 150 mil
ioilly for Wilson, but there In ii pros
Iicet of tlio election of Flick, Itep., by
u Miiull pluralitv. In tho Third tho ro
niilt is HtlU In dotilil, with thu prnspentH
in favor of McOlnnlss JU'p. In tlio
fourth tlio Itonubllraii Commltteo claims
that tlio election of Smith, Hep., in be
yond doubt or danger.
LATEST FHOM CALIFORNIA-
No llnpo for tho Uomocraln on Stnto or
San Francisco, Nov. 0. Tho latest returns
leavo tho Democrats no hope of tho State or
majority of tho Congressional delegation. Tho
Itcpubllcau majority In California will bo fully
10,000, and four of the Congressmen will bo
Itemibllcaiu. l,os Angeles County gives Har
rison 4,000 majority, which (lions tho Influ
ence of tho Influx of Yankees Into the land of
orangogrocs. Tho Congressional delegation
will stand as follows:
First district.!. ,1. Dohavon, It.
Second district Marlon Hlsgs, 1).
Thiuldlstrlct Joseph McKcnna, It.
Fourth district William Moiror, It.
Fifth district T. J. Clunle, 1).
Blxth district William Vandeier. It.
S.m Francisco, Nov. I). 100 iiicclnots
in tho city out of 170 give lliinlsori
.1,080; CloeIaiul, 27,001. Thu Hepub
lleaii SUto Commltteo cl.ilm tlio Statu
by from 10.000 to 12,000. Tlio Demo
crat Stato Commltteo conceded tlio Stnto
to tho Hcpiibllcims, but by n small ma
jority. According to tlio latest llgtirci,,
four Hcpuhlkuu Congressmen nrc elected.
'Jlirtu of tho Congressional districts nro
Tho Itepubllciiii Majority In California,
JLceordliif; to HuniitnrStuuford'rt Advteos.
Mr. John 1). McCarthy, prlvato secretary to
Hon. Lcland Stanford, received txulay tho
following from a rcllablo source:
San"Vranolscu, Cal., Nov, O. rrobably flVo
Hupublluan CoiiKressmon and ono Ucraniratla
ConpoinuiiUJjrJlurlon IIIrks have been elcctod,
"Tho utalo. oh the Vrustrfcntlal ticket, ha
given llanbon and Morton a majority of about
T.nto lteturnt From Illinois,
St. Iiouls, Mo., Nov. 0. At 2:U0 n. m.,
wlmt nio claimed to bo tlio ollicial
pl umll tics lu tho Kiglitccntli Illinois dis
tiict, were received in tills city, ns fol
lows: Fot-Baker, Mndison, 32 1: -Bond. 38G;
Washington, 72. Total, 782.
Tor Forman, Monroe, 000; St. Olair,
220. Total, 780.
Plurality for Tornum, tiio Democratic
candidate, 7. Baker cuiricd tlio district
over Morrison In 1880 by 1,102.
T.uto ltotnrus from Oregon.
Fortland, Oio., Nov. 0. Three-fourths of
tho returns of Oregon aro in, and show a ten
per cent, larger voto than in Juno and nbout
ten per cent. Ipcreaso m tho Itcpubl lean ma
Joilty, which will bo about 8,000. Allen, llcp.,
Is elected to Congress by about 5,000 majority
In Washington Territory, a Hopubllcau gain of
7,000 since 18S0. Tho Territorial Legislature
will bo Republican iu both branches.
Harrison Una 70,000 In Knnsns.
Topeka, Kns,, Nov. 0. llctiirus havo been
rccolvcd from overy county In Kansas. An
estimate by Chairman llootli from tho reports
received gives Harrison 70,000 plurality over
Clovcland, and 05,000 over tho entire Demo
cratic Statu ticket, 'lhu Legislating Is almost
lmlliiiiii Safely Iloiiiibllean,
Indlauapolls, Iud., Nov. 0. The ofllclal
count: Democratic plurality on tho Electoral
Ticket In Marlon County Is Ml, a galnofCOO
overl8Sl. This Is not enough to offset tho
Republican gains In tho State. Harrison
electors aro chosen by about 3,000 pluiallty.
Itcpulillcan fiilltlH In Colornilii.
Denver, Col,, Nov. 0. Tho Republicans
claim 13,875 majority lu tho Stato, a gain of
5,000, and also claim every member of tho
loner houso and tweuty out of twtuty-slx
fliilns In Iown,
Des Moines, In., Nov. U.Slxty-ono counties
roinplcto glvo Harrison a net gain of 10,5SJ,
or a plurality so far of 20,000. Tho remaining
3S counties will probably raUo tho plurality to
Idaho 8emlK n Iteimbllcnn Dolcgnto.
llolso City, Idaho, Nov. 9. Political returns
fiom tho countlos lu this Territory glvo Haw-
loy, Dem., for Dclcgato to Congiess, 1,330;
Dubois, Hep., 1.UM. o.i.
Tho heeonit T.oiilHlunn District,
Now Oileuns, I.a., Nov. 9. Coinpleto re
turns elect Coleman, Itep., lu tho 6ccoud
Louisiana district by 320 majority.
Tlio 'oxt Concross.
Tho returns on Congressmen aro not com
plete. Tho figures aro favorablo to a Itcpubll
cau control of tho House, but soveral districts
aro so closo that cither party may havo a
small margin. Tho following tnblo is based
ou Associated l'icss calculations:
50th Cong. nistCong.
States. n.! n.j States. ii.lm
Alabama 8 .. Alabama fl' .,
Arkansas t .J Arkansas A ,.
CalirornU 2 4'cuilforula 2. 4
Colorado 1 Colorado 1
Connecticut 3 JCoiuiectlout..,,,. 1 a
Delawnro 1 .. IDelawaro....... . ll ,,
Florida 2 ..ll'loikln i ,,
(leoicla 10 ,. (leorjtla lu ..
Illinois .... U II Illinois Tl 111
Indiana... 0 7 Indiana o 4
lown.... a K Iowa I'm
Kansas.... I 7 Kansas I 7
Koutucky 8 3 Kentucky 0 a
Louisiana u .. Louisiana ...... 5 1
Mainu .. 1 .Maine ,, ,. 4
Manlimil fi 11 .Maryland s .1
MtUMiuliuicttil.. 4 8. MawULliiMottl..,, 8 10
Mkhltfiin n, tl1 Michigan a' u
Minnesota , !',' a Minnesota...., I 5
Jllsslaslppt 7, ,. MIssMppI 7..
Missouri. ,..,.,,. l.'i ai.MUsouri 10 4
Nobrucka i 3 Netira"ka ,..,.,. ,,l a
Nevada 1 N'ouula..., 1
Now Hampshire 1 1 New llumpshlru., ,. 3
Now Jersey.,,-, a IS Now Jeioy , 8, 6
Now York IV 111 NowYoik IS iu
KoiIhCaiollua- 8 1 North Carolina.., 8 1
(lido 1) 1-VOhlo 0 111
I Ire con 1 HOu-Bon ..,, 1 1
Pennsylvania... 8; SOilViiitsylvaiiln.,. 7, 31
llliodp Island I ailthodo Island a
houth Carolina., 7i .. NouIIiCuiuIIim,, 7 ..
Tciiiiosiou 8 a 1 1'ennessei 1 7, 3
Texan II ..ll'exaa 11 ,,
Vermont aiVormoul I 3
VlriilnU a 7 'Virginia , a
Wuit Viulnla .. .1 1 Wust Virginia ' 4
Wlseonsln a 7Vlseonsln 2 7
Total 171 151 1 Total,, 150 1M)
SOWDIJX NOT flltlKVIXO.
Wlmt tlio Alleiitown .llcmber 11ns to Buy
of thu Itnsult,
1'aclng tho Glintd llouso rorrlilor yes
terday, tlio most oli-ervcd of all tlio
gnosis, CongM'M'uiiiii Sowdcn'i face woro
un expression that seemed closely nltln
to hnllsfactloii, wtvs tlio I'lilladelnlilii
Press. 'Iho war which I'leslilcnt Oiovc
land hud waged ngnliist Mr. Sowden 011
r,ccotuit of his opposition to tlio Mills
hill had proceeded to tlio length of ve
toing ills hill for an impropriation of
8100,000 to build u poslolllco in Allen
town. Iin tulil:
" President Cleveland, no doubt, sees
now wheio tills Free-tnulc heresy, which
lie took up nt the instigation of Southern
Free-trade Congiesmen, I1.11 led him.
When Mr. Handall and myself stood up
in tho llouso ot Itepicsciitiitlves ug.ilnst
tlio M.I1N hill, bccuilso ol our convictions,
which told us th.it it would injure tlio
business interests of our country, not to
spenk of the inttre.tls of our districts, wo
were denounced right, nnd left ns traitors.
Then our crnsois, who woro among tho
President's closest adviicts, began to
tliteatcn us, ujid llnally put their threats
into pinctieul execution by turning all
our friends who liuil been appointed to
places in the Fcdcial bcrvico through us,
ngnliist lis. Not content with this, tlio
Piesldcnti xvent out of ills way to strlko
ot mo by vetoing a bill which I had
passed through tho llouso and Sennhj
by unanimous vote, nppioprlatlng
UOO.POO for thu erection of a postof
llco building iu Allentown.
" I had been nppM.ichcrt iieforc I voted
ngnliist the Mills hill mid told that if I
would absent ttusolf from my beat when
tlio hill enmo up for passago it would
serve tlio purpose about ns well as it I
voted against It. T declined to do that.
I s.iicl I was ixmuIv to stand by my con
victions. I Kjld I regurded tlio Mills
hill ns a mcasuro that would liljtiro tlio
manufacturing interests nnd tho labor
interests of tho country. Uhey told mo
then tii.it.lf I wanted to get my 3100,000
Appropriation bill signed by tho Piesl
dent I hnd better not opposo llic MJlls
hill. "Well. I would not stund that kind
of lnilldolng. I unswered that I should
rather tho pcoplo ot Allentown xvould
transact their postal business on tho
itreet or publio highway tlliin thnt I
should support 11 bill so munlfestly
against thn inteiests of tho people."
" To what do you ntlrlbuto tho defeat
ot tho Deraocratlo party?'1
"To tho attempt, to forco upon t lie
people of tho country an economio policy
that -was diiectly against their inteiests
and lu favor of the British Free-tr.ideis.
" I can only say with regard to the re
sult of tho election that President Cleve
land brouglit-it on himself. The pcoplo
hax-o decided that the industries ot this
counliy" slmil bo protected, and their de
cision in the matter is Until and not to bu
sot aside by Mr. Cleveland nor his hand
ful of Southern members of tho Ways
and Menus Committee, not ono ot whom
cm show ns much money invested in
manufactories in ills entile district as is
represented by the industries of tlio sln
glo town or Allentown in my dlstilct."
AN EXTUA SESSION.
rroiflitf Harrison to Cnll Ono In March
to Hcduoo Taxation,
'WeWl'tW, Nov. 0. Tho Herald's Washing
ton correspondent telegraphs as follows:
"It now appears probable that General
Harrison will, Immediately upon his Induc
tion to ofllce, call tho members of tho Fifty
first Congress together. Ilia motive for this
will bo to arrango 6omo plan for tho reduction
of taxation. Thero Is no rcasonablo ground
for tho bollcf thnt any concurrent action upon
tho matter will bo had at tho session beginning
in Docembcr next. To wait until tho regular
assembling of tho Fifty-first Congress, which
will bo Republican In both brandies, would bo
to postpone tho subject until tho session was
well under way.
"In other words, a yoar and a half from tho
present thno would necessarily clapso before a
tariff bill acceptablo to tho Administration
could bo passed. (Jon. Harrison's friends say
bo Is unwilling to wait eighteen months befoio
moving lu a matter so Importaut, and that Iho
outlook Is that an oxtra session Is ono which'
may bo classed among tho strong probabilities
of tho noar future."
Ho Claims That CloVolnnd Was Knifed
by II111 nml Other Democrats.
Ghlcngo Nov. 0. A Clobo special from
Corsicnna, Tex., shjs,
Koger Q. Mills is disappointed, hut not
(llscouiagcd, at tho national Pemoer.ttlo
disaster, lio attributes tho defeati ot
Cleveland in Now York to knifing ot him
by Hilly llowitt nnd Grunt, Uo is ur
llcularly soru over tho evidences ot tiad
ing oft tho electoral ticket for votes lor
Hill for Governor. On tarilV loform Mr.
Mills is as ilrm as ever, lie says it must
bo tlio koynuto of tho campaign for lbt)2.
lio savs Clevolaiul "will ictaln ills popu
larity with tho people, and that it n can
didate, is taken trom New York in 1H02
Clovcland must bo tho man.
Tho Solid South llrouhlng.
Daltlmoro, Nov. a. Leading Republicans
now predict that It tho result In Ylrgiuia does
not bieak tho solid South this time, tho Mary
land Republicans will do It at tlio noxt elec
tion. Tho Republicans have also tied the Hut
branch of tho lialtlmoro City Council. To
show tho Imnicnsogalns ot tho Republicans iu
tho Htato It need only bo told that Cleveland's
actual majority will not bo over 1,300, and his
plurality but (1,000, us against a majority lu
1831 of 7,713 and a plurality of 11,113. Hut
for thol'iolilhltlon vote, Maryland would this
time havo been In tho Republican column,
Fsk's voto In tho Stato is 4,711, aud St. John
rccclvod but 2,W7.
Not Political ltlot,
Louisville, Ky,, Nov. 0. Tlio report of
a political liot iu Livingston, Ky., and
that Iho men wcio killed on Tuesday,
is untrue and wholly without founda
tion. Tlio rcpoit originated by tho local
Republican ticket being completely
snowed under, and ono ot their members
Rout n telegram as a hoax to a friend
hero stilting limb ho was wounded .mil
llvo others killed.
A llouvy Wlnnor on Hnrrlson.
Nashville, Tcnn., Nov. I). William Rlloy,
tlio Chicago bookmaker, is an ouormous
winner ou Harrison, ho having bet ever one
horo to n standstill Tuesday night, first at oven
and then at odds of 100 to 00, Among tho
bookmakers alouo now doing business ut tho
West bldo Park It Is estimated that $25,000 has
An Klcctlon Jiulgo Klllril,
Santa, Fc, N, M., Nov 0, The namo
of tlio election Judge nt San Ibifue, win)
was shot and killed on Tuesday, was
T. Prnvencher. I'lic tiouhlo is said to
havo giown out of an attempt ot tho
Republican Judges to securo tlio poll
A Durontoil Candidate tinea Grnry,
Bt. Louis, Mo., Now 0, llcnshaw, campaign
manager of Ocorgo Wf Castlcman, tho defeated
Democratic, candidate for Congress In tho ninth
district, Is a ra lug maniac. Ho became very
Vlolcut Wednesday night, and imnslud nearly
all ut thofurnltuioiu his ImiU'O. Ho Imagines
Unit wut or Is pouring In upon him, and that
ho Is in danger of drowning.
PotcrL-burg, Vn., No. U.-lt Is an
nounced that John M, Kingston, tlio de
feated cohued candidate tot I'imgii'ss In
this district, will oouti'sl tho suit of K.
O. Veimble, Demuciiit 011 tho ground
of alleged lirofiularltics and 111 that.
Iildgo iJVaddell wilt (oiliest Congirss
mun Wisy's seat lu the Itlchmoml district,
Preparing to Cclebrato Its Centennial
In New York City.
NEARLY $200,000 TO BE COLLECTED.
Tho Ceremonies tn lio of thn Most 1 111
Now Yorlf, Nov. 0. Tho Sub-Commlt-too
ou Plan anil Scopo of Centennial
Celebration April UO, 1880, of tlio in
auguratioii ot Ocorgo Washington us
President of tlio United Sntes, met yes
terday nt tlio Mayor's Olllee,
Tho committee repotted that SI 75,000
would bo needed to euro" out tlio cele
bration ns proposed. Of this sum It is
expected to detlvo S."0,000 fiom pilvuto
subscription, S."i0,uoo from the Stato
and 375,000 fiom tho citj, Mr. Plcrre
punt Mild t lint. 875,000 would bo needed
lor tho military and miul display, nnd
Mr. McAllister thought S20,uou would
ho required to provide the banquet and
ball. Tlio committ'o lcpuiled that
commissioners have been appointed by
tho States of Khodu Island, Pennsylvania,
New Jcioey, New llnmp'-hlic ami Vli
glnia. It was decided, that, nil moneys lie ex
pended under the (llicctioii uttho Mayor
und upon vouchers to bo uujirocd by
'I ho celebration will begin Monday,
April !!0, when tho Piesldcnt, Justices
of the Supremo Com 1, and other distin
guished guest-s will como ori fmm Wash
ington und be met ut Dllzahethpoit, as
Washington was, and escorted to this
city. That samo evening 11 ball will lio
given nt thu Metropolitan Opcia-J louse,
lor which 12,000 invitations will bo
ltcliclous services will be held nt 0
o'clock tlio ne.t morning, Apiil 110, in
all tho churches aud n special servico iu
St. Paul's, nt which Bishop Henry C.
Potter will offleiiite. This service will
bo similar iu diameter to that perfotmed
on tlio day of tlio inauguration by the
lllght Itev. Dr. Frovost, Bishop of tho
Kiiscopal Church iu tills city nnd Chnp
Iniu to tho Senate, wlileh services wcro
intended by the Piesldcnt and Vicc
Piesident of the United States and tho
two houses of Congress.
Tho f 01 mill literary exercises will take
plaeo at lU'.liO n. 111., 0:1 the steps of
the Sub-Treasury Hullillnj.'. lit tho corner
of Wall and Nassau Btieolt, wheio stood
Federal Hall, the sccno of tlio inaugura
tion ceremonies. A prayer will he olleicd
by Hjv. Klcliaid S. Stotrs,D. D LL. U. ;
a poem is expected fiom John Uitcir.e.it
Wliittier, if ills health will noimlt; tlio
oiation will bo delivered ly- Clinuuecy M.
Ilepew, tho President of tho United
Stutis will speak, nnd Archbishop Curri
guu will pronounce tho bene llctlnn. At
the closo ol tho liten.iy exercises tho
military, industrial niidclvio lurndo will
tako placo and will he reviewed fiom
tho steps of tho Suli-'iicosury us out
lined lu tho icport of tld Committee on
Army. ' , ,
Stieot stands will ha erected along tho
lino of mhrch to which MiudmNsioii lee
of tw'cnty-llvp cents will 1)0 charged.
In the eveningv there well a bamiuet at
the Metropolitan Opera HMtse, for which
U,000 invitations .vdll ,WV issued. Iho
names of tlio speakers wlirf will respond
to tho toasts will ho given later. Mr.
MoAlllster piomised thatirm banquet and
hall shall exceed lu mnwilllcence any
thing of a like naturo 4vcr beloro at
tempted in this city.
IV A rVillln. thn nitist. of No. 138
West rifty-llfth street, vAll pro'mbly lio
t.Ll.n.t t.i tnininnrn thn 111 1. uOlibitioU.
Tlio Nuvv Commltteo import thnt tlic
Sccieturv ot tho Navy h .-promised tlio
cordial co-operation of tl iSNavy Department-
in tho proposed t ?Jo'mtio" nml
will, for this purpose, .
1i.,p,np nf Novv York such
inrM of thn United S itcs ns can lie
spared from other dutic
The French Govcrnme
clgn nallons nnd all tho
niso bo invited to tako i
display. At its cone)
t nnd other for-
hiclit chilis will
irt in tho naval
jii'.on tlio Piesi-
dnnt. nml bis escort
ijp met at tho
foot of Wall street by tils Mayor and tho
leccptiou commltteo utd. escorted up
A special saluto of ttventy-ono guns
will lio given to tho AmVricnu ll.ig Apiil
30, 1880. nt 12 o'clock toon, from ships
ot war of every nationality in Now York
Ifnrbor and from thn hitttpries at Castlo
Williams nnd Forts llaiellion and Wads
wort li. '
Tho active work of j .cpnrlng for tho
celebration will bo begu iVtt once. Gov,
11111 has nlaccd tlio Go 'filler's 100m at.
tho City Hall nt tho ills osal of tho com
mittee, and this will bimado its he.ul
quartcis. Tlio Mavor ins also turned
over to them tlio lnrgn r Sm used by him
ns a private ollicc, whirl? will servo tho
purpose of a committee (rtmi.
frank Juliusiiu fcllciltV th floor In a
right for $'Ji(0.
Clilcago, Nov. 0,-Fiiiik SUInner nnd
Frnnlc Jolinson, both clcj-'cr liglitweiglits,
met iu tlio ring nenr! Jolleisou c.uly
tills morning. Tiio iiatjlo was for S200
n side and gnto rccoiptij, nod with two
ounce gloves, Qiieensbujy, rules. At thn
slart Skinner rushed upjn his antagonist
and dealt him a terrilc blow iu tho
mouth, lleforo Johnson could recover
ho was foiled to tho floor by a slcdire
haramcr twister on the, left jaw Ho
fell unconscious nml lv upon his fain
twenty-uvo seconds before lie showed
nny signs of life. Un wvs then lifted to
Ills e.eincr and tho fightJwns awaided to
Skinner. ' T
Wiliaid F. Wells vraU iimttek in
" Swampoodlo" MoiidnywJtli a butcher
knife nnd.n leg ot rauOpu. He cliaseil
Mr. O'Brien around h(isiilonii and was
dually anested by Itqumisnicii Mooney
and lius'hnll. J1
On tlio way lo tlio patrol bos, whero
tho wagon was pulJeuV llnumUiniiH
lliishall nivk lio 1iickeiliU(ra, Inliiilng him
so painfully that lio almost fell. Then
tho ofllcer hit him witliShls cluh, hieak
ing both tho club nniUWells' head.
On tho Novv Jersey avenuo slatlon
houso blotter Wells wus ili.irgcd with
disorder, assaulting nn olllecr and car
rying n concealed wenpon. A doen
penplo living about ,tho sccno ot .tlio
dilllculty testillcd for iho dofenso en
tlio trial of tho caso tills morning, nnd
Jildgn Miller tonic personal bonds lor
tho last two charges mid lined him S5
for Iho dlsoider. i
A California Hotel Jlnrne.l.
Los Angolts, Cal., Nov. py-Tho largo hotel
at Long Reach on the coast, about tHenty
miles from tills city, with iioarlv all its costly
fiirnlturo, wastntallvMestrovcdby Iho Wed
nesday ulght. Loss 4t)0,0orj; insurance $15.-
A Short-r.lvoa Ilumir,
New York. Nov. 0UcorgcH. roster, pres
ident of tho Hoard of AUcrmau Mho was ro-
elected on Tiioiday.dlcifit his homo at Illv
erdalc yesterday. He Ibfia been 111 with
pneumonia. ,' t
llurelnrs no Thrninti, u JmvolorN.
Anderson, Ind,, Nov. U.-.nrgara entered
Shirk's Jew olry stoie 0 o'clock lastoculiur,
whilo tho proprietor w m lumr, and
robbed It of S3.0MWWH, ofwatehes. ring
i i ....,..
WHAT THIiY THINK OP IT.
l'ubllo l'rlntor llonedlct unit fienernl
Har'rM on tlio Situation.
Public Printer llcpodlct lias ictu rued fiom
Now York and want tho Printing Ollleo this
mornlug. An Hvcnlng Post reporter found
lilm up to ids bead in work, hut when asked
what lie thought of tho result tho 1'ubllo
Printer slopped long enough to says
"Iho defeat of tho Democrats Is duo to
Qua j 's organization nml tho unlimited fund
nt his command to carry out Ids schemes.
Tlio tarlfl Issuo was the collateral on which tho
Republicans raised their fund. Troy and
Albany, both largo mauuficturlng cities, gnvo
Inci eased majorities for Clovcland."
air, iiencillct slid no ono would question
Hill's lojalty, and that tho factlounl light In
Now oik city served to bring out a larger
voto than would, perhaps, havo been olherwlo
polled. Iho Public l'l Inter Is not n bit rnst
don u, but accepts tho result philosophically
ttcii. Jlnrrls, Third Asslstunt 1'ostmastcr
(iencral, said ho haidty know what to think of
"H looks to me something llko tho cam
paign of 1810 over again. Then again, 3011
know, ns a rulo tho 'outs' aro apt to work
harder than tho 'Ins,' vWio as a matter ot
course, feol lu a moro or lis degree a eer'aln
soiiSB of security. I think Hill's election Uduo
mainly to tho largo Ccrm.in clement, which Is
Republic m. Whlln tho Oeimalis voted for
Hill for (lovernor, they voted for Harrison for
Gen. Harris takes a rosy view of tho situa
tion, nnd believes that the change will only bo
forfourjcais. Ho attributes tho defeat to
Iho lavish uso cf money. "Tlio floating voto
Is an unknown quantity, nnd tho party that
can vuto it will nlwavs win. Tho 'floaters' in
tho close States," said he, "turned tho tldo ot
COL. IiAMUXT'S 1'IiAXS.
tlo Will JInler tlio Service of 11 Now York
Col. I.atnout, President Cleveland's prlvato
secretary, has completed all his arrangements
to cut adrift from polities altogether, says tho
World, and tako up his resldenco In this city
asa business mau wheu tho President shall
have complolcd his term of ofllce. Mr.
Lamonthad ananged to glvo up his odico on
tho 1st ot next January, ,but will now stav
with tho li csldent until 160 end ot his term".
St. Clair .McKclway, the manager of tho
llrooklyn Eagle, says of Col. Lament's in
tentions: "Ho has accepted n position In tho ofllco of
ono of tho laigo llfo insurance companies of
Now orlc, and will devoto himself henceforth
to that. 1 think ho is well qualified for such n
placo. Mi. hamont was with mo for five ycais
at Albany. I mado him managing editor of
theAigus. His duties consisted of leading
tho exchauges, selecting a certain class of
rpadlug mutter foi tlio p.ipeiy and
leportlng tho proceedings of tlio Assem
bly. That was tho work ho was
engaged In when Mly Cleveland, upon as
suming the ofllco of Governor, made hhn his
prlvato secictary. Rvcn then I think Mr. La
ment was dissatisfied with his position, and I
know tint he Intended, when Mr. Cleveland
wnsolectcd President, lo retiro and go Into bus
iness. "I will remember Iho sccno when -Mr. La
moiit decided to go wllh tho President to
Washington. Mr. Cloveland was Kitting lu
nn easy reyolvlng-chalr wilting ut a table. I.a
mont had Informed him several das previ
ously that he could not nlTord to go to Wush
Incton und begged that tho President-elect
chooso another secretary, and this .Mr. La
ment had boon repeating. .Mr. Clovcland
stopped writing; tinned his chair around so
that .lio faced Lament, and, putting his baud
Ooirti firmly ou his kneo hi a way ho has wliten
ho is determined, ho sild: 'Dan, If jou won't
CO 1 WOn't I'O ' 'Alt llirlit ol.l 1 ...... ,i
with a oinllo of rcslguMion. 'That settles It.' "
Piopiir.ittons Ilolng atiulo for 11 I'aratlo
Tiio Republican National Lengno huvo
decided to have a grand demonstration on
ne.t Wednesday night, to comnumointo
tlio election of Ifauison, A paiadc will
bo given in which all tlio Republican
clubs of the Bistiict as well as other
loyal followers of tho Tippecanoe banner
aro expected to participate. Dr. E. A.
Adams, ohnlrmnu of tlio ilnnnco com
mittee, is collecting funds for tlio musio
and other expenses nnd will doubtless
meet witli generous treatment.
The Minims it nil tin; Third Artillery
hands will ho enguged and theiu will bo
doubtless other music,, us a great turn
out is exjiocted.
Hist Washington will contribute) to
tlio paiado 11 large Hunt on which their
cnnip.iign glco dull will sit. tlio mem
bcis being accompanied by a piano.
An ellort will be made to secure tlio
gient Ilimisou ball which lolled up tho
Avenue a few weeks ago.
Tlio Harrison apd Moitou Club of
South Washington held 1111 enthusiastic,
meeting lust nicht when committees wcio
appointed to arinngn Jor taking part in
tlio coming dcnioiistiutjon. A largo num
ber wcio admitted to luimbcislilp and
several uddrcsscs wcio ilellveied.
Applications Approved nml Itnjoctec! by
Tlio nnfmntiiAlntinrrt unnrnril nml rnln,!...!
respectively, tlio applications of tho following
tor uar-ruoiu licences;
Northwest W. II. (iuackenbush, 1018
Thlrtvstcond street: Miles tilbbons. uitl
Twenty-seventh street; J. W. Powers, 112U
Twentv-ulntli sticet; William Hc6slcr,1017 V.t
G. II. LlUaue, WX) Kloveuth street: Charles
Klotr, 1008 ( street; John Daly, !m l'enusvl.
viinla avcuue; Charles Dlel7, vKf'.l Now Jersey
avenue: Johu Collegium, IHO Thirteenth street;
J. U. iicnchllug, 13II reunsvlviinla avenue;
Henrv Ruticrtus. lias I. Rtrc.tr I' Wnnl 1n.1t
Scveutli street; P Itagan, 20011 Bovciith
sticct; F. Hall, 023 Elnvculh street; G. '.
.Marcey, WJ8 M street; J. V. lieisler, JSUI
Southwest J. Fcganjtvj sixth stieot; Jacob
Kicls, Mi K street; Mary C. Hull, Oil Sixth
.ticet; d. Fljun, 120 tj stieet; E. T. Ulb-
bons, 50 1 lhiid street; Joilerson it Co., yjl
Northeast Julia AVnUh, 2.11 O street; J,
Wilt, H ut 1 eet extended.
Southinst Dav Id Naglo, 183 It street.
County Mary Clarke, hates' road; (icorge
W. Richardson, lioweii road; lid, Kelly it
Co.. Rock Crock Church road) tJusatiuuh Lud
w Ig, Rock Creek Chinch road; A. Sihinldt,
Fouith und Pom croy sti cots.
Northwest Frnucla Kursch, 1400 I'entuyl
v.mla avenue; T. A. Dully, 1001 Kouith street;
Delia heefe, 1003 Third 6tieet; Felix Mian-
street; T. V Darcy, 1910 Boventh street:' John
nun, luwiDinci, iMiuei uiesier, i,ui i.igutli
tan, 700 tJecoud street; Ld. Mmpliy, 1155
Flftuoiith etrect: John Kecre. 1UJ O fiticet.
Smiths cAt .h Oiu T fiii-l. 10-11 tiA...i-
street; II. M. DoAtlcv, 7011 Ninth stieet.
rvortheast Julius Rgloil, 001 A street.
A Clllnlesri Driver fined For ltiiiinliig
(Ivor a I.ltllalloy,
Johnny Mlllor, a 11 -year-old' boy who was
lunoverby a slop-wagon driver ly Aitliur
Worn's soma tliuo ago, hobbled into tho Po
lice Court on his crutches to testify roguidlng
it. Dr. Leach said that tho boy might loso a
Johnny was riding ids blcjclo on O street
toward Sixth when tho vvogon camo nlong at
11 pietly rapid rate, accoidlugto tho teatlmouy
ol sovcrul Peuslon UIHco clerks.
Ill, Wlta l.'llfint. n.l ....H .....1 ,....11.. 1 I...
1 i v.Ti, . .' ,""' l"1" '"""J1 oiiiiseu.
Jin go Miller lined tho prisoner JSS aud costs.
nft lin Ivn. ,,l,ia,l n.l... I. . ..,,.. ,i . .'
-- - ..... v.v Vllllllliuity IIVgllKOIIl, OUl
hogavo noticotliatho would uot, whilo Judgo,
hold that podcstiluns h.vd tho right of -way on
a stieet. '
Tho Ilonvlo.t UTunur In Town,
Ahdrow (lieasou Is the heaviest wluuor in
tho Dlstilct on tho election. UocapturcUlO,
H0 igaltif . $5,tfi0 at U o'cloek Tuesday ulght,
which put him fu.ooo ahead. f
THE CZAR'S UFEJH PERIL.
A Deadly Conspiracy BclioVcd to Havo
NIHILISM AND ITS AWFUL WORK.
Tho Itiisslnu OMHuts Heady to Deal
London, Nov. P. Tho efforln ot tlio
Ilitsslan Government to concal tiio real
tauses of the ticddcnt to the Car's tialn
liavo proved futile. Tho stories about
tho defcctlvo railway sleeper which gave
wnv at an inopportune 1111 menl and de
liilled tho train, and lilgn rate at vyiilcli
tlio engines were driven under tlio Car's
older for tho sake of making up lost
time, 1110 very Ingenious, hut it is too
evident that they vvvie miuiilarluted fur
tlio occasion. Tho uirestH Hint liuwi
hiuu limdo slnco the uccldeut tell qullo
anollier stoty, and one which, in tiio
light, ot icoeiit discoveries or 1 11 ret 1111 1
machinery nt Schaitopol, will bo mom
icadlly believed Ihan tlioso circulated by
Tlio other day flft or more suspected
Nihilists weie arrested iu Meseow, while
numerous other ariesls liavo been mado
in other inrts of Russia The (josein
inenl, it is tlioughl, liavo got oil tlio
Hack or n glgiiutlo consplriiry to kilj Iho
Cnr, one p.ut ol which was the attempt
nu his railway eiitriago last week.
Tiio Russian rensois liavo suppicssrd
most ot tliu fucts and inlet motion on tho
subject Is veiy lr.engm ut best. It ap
pears, however, that tho hcndqiinitcis
or tills latest ceuspliaey was in Moscow,
lioin which tity stibotdlnatcs wero sill
lected. A portion or tlio latter was
stationed at Schist opol mid It Is said
thnt they rank nmong high olilclais
That tlio " accidenf which befell tho
impciial tialn was iirmu;cd by thesu
C'ar-lmters can hardly bo doubted.
This plan, as is known, failed of execu
tion on the man lor whom it was ill
tended, though It pioved falal to it num
ber ot ntheis, but unless the Government,
has succeeded iu breaking up the hand
ol nihilists -who planned tills plot, otlie'r
dctuils of the conspiiuey will lie fotth
coming, which may ho lnoio succcsslui.
AXOTIIKIt llllll'lilliliK MilHDKI..
Tho WbltiTlinpul I'lcnd Again Jlugngcd
lu IIU Illnoil) Work.
London, Nov. 0. Another horrihlo
murder lias taken placo lu tlio East End.
A woimui's body, hacked md cut Into
pieces, was lound tills moining in llouVt
stieet. 'Hie body was found at eleven
o'clock tliis motulng. Tlio polleo 1110
rndeiivorlng to track tho mtitdeier wllh
The victim of tlio Spitalflelds murder
was. like tlio lest of tlio Wliitechapel
victims, an abandoned woman, Sho had
a husband who was a poller, hut she
lived willi him only at times. Her
name is believed to bo Li77lc rishcr,
nnd sho was nicknamed Mury Jane. As
she entered the houso wheio she lodged
by lncaiis of a latch-key, prolwhlr no'
ono saw th mm who'nouompmiMl her.
llcneo it, Is ilciibtful lr the murderer Is
ever 'hlefitilled. Tho man might .sisllv'
have lett tho boiisk htnnyninie btVwccn
Iho linurs or one nnd six without attract
ing any especial attention. Tho physi
cians who viewed tho corpse rcsrrvo
their statements for the inquest which
wui ioiiow. mroo iiioodiioumls which
nro owned by a piivnte titien have been
placed on iho seent but they 1110 useless.
niH)l)li:'S LAST JUMP.
Ho Sorlously Injuren Illmsclf lu'n luayi
Pouglilteepsio, N. Y., Nov 0, Steve
Brodle, the champion Jumper, who onco
jure pod fiom tho lliooklyn bridge,
sprung from the bridge which is novv be
ing built' across tin; Hudson River nt
this point nt six- o'clock this morning.
Tho Jump was mado from the West
Pier. Ilrodle sustained scvero injuries
In tlio jump, breaking three libs and
blood was fieely inliiilng I10111 ills
mouth and ears wjien picked up by a
boat, lie miis lowed to Highland, ojipo
slto licie, and put 1111 a train for Now
York. It is said that llrodio may dlo
from his injuries
Now York, Nov. 9.- Drodle, op his arrival
In this city, was lakon to his homo, 117 llestor
street, whero bo was examined by n ph'vslclaii,
who said that tho Jumper would he nil right
In a few ihivs. Tho Jump was for a wager of
$."00, aud tho distance jumped Is said to bo 2?J
Finn IX ALUAXY.
South Wing nt tlio University
lliirnvd, With tho Iterorils,
Albany, N. Y., Nov. 9. Tho south wing of
the Albany University building was destroyed
this morning, and It is feaied that all tho
records aro destrojed. Thcsn cannot bo re
placed. In this building, which has stood for
nearly n century, Joseph Henry, whilo pro
fessor of phjsles, from IMS to lto, mado I1I1
Mist experiments with electricity through cli
cuits ut wire. 'H10 building holds an im
portant part In tho Plate's hlstoiy.
Tin: fiKKAT hack.
Tcomor Arilvi-K In tho Clly With lliimm
nml does to (It'oiKutnvvii.
Teenier, tho oarsman who Is to row O'Con
nor 011 tho ii It tl Instant 011 tho Potomac, ar
rived in tho city to-day with Hamm, his
trainer, and wnut to tho Morgan House, lu
Ocorgitowii, which will bo his headquaiters.
Ho brought two boats with him. sToonier Is in
cxccllout condition, ami will mako O'Connor
row for his life.
Notes from tho Workshop.
New York, Nov. 0. It Is stated that one
half of the t'lOO hands now employed at Hig
gius' carpet factorj, In West Poity-thlrd
street, will be discharged to-morrow night
Tho factory has been running Willi a two
thirds foico slnco June last, and afuithoriej
ductiou Is now found to bo necessary.
Canajoharlo, N. V., Nov. 9. Sanford it
Sons' carpet mills at Amsterdam, which havo
beon shut down lately, will rcsumo operations
on Monday not. Two thousand persons aro
employed nt tho mills.
(Ireunuuy llorand Himself,
Winnipeg. Mini., Nov. 0,-ln thn lg
Islatuio jesteiil.iy Piemier Gicenwnv
spoko for three bonis In defense ol lilm
suit and tlio Government, against tlio
charges ol emulation which huvo been
so freely uiiide. lio concluded by mov
ing lor a to) al commission to invi'stl
guto the chuigis fully.
SI in, (loiilil Dying.
Novv York, Nov. 9. Advices received nt
Jay Gould's ofllco this morning stato that tho
death of .Mrs. Ja Gould Is momentarily ex
r. K. While .mil wife, of Newoilc. N. J. I
J. II. Klnslow, of New Oiloau. mid Jiitin
13. Hlgft and wlto, ot Lung Island Clly,
uio at tho Dhbllt.
It. Mh'-MsiU and wife, of X. .1., aid
Arthur Hill and A. ti. Cl.iike. of Ixiudon,
aro at Willard's.
T. H. Wllsnn and wife, of Iiganspoi-t,
Iud.; Cornell Woolloy; H. J. Ilaulnt and
11. J, DiMin, ot N. V.. u nt Iho Aillngtoii.
Mr. and Mis. John A King anil f 11 in Hi,
of Ijing Maud, unit Ji. D, U'luliuum, nt
N., , uio ut Woiuiley's.
John A. II.iMi't limn, uf Kansas and Mr
ami Mim O, ltol!eiibui.', of N. Y, aro at
J W. Plillllps of 6t. UmH, and J U
lludloivlt of Now QiKmih. uiu at thu Ils,
THK AHUKIIL'CT FUAUI).
Cnntliiiiatloii of llio Ilrnrlng llofore tho
Court nf Inquiry
When tlio Investigation or the con
struction of the aqueduct tunnel wna
resumed nt 10:310 this morning Samuel
E. llovco was the first witness examined.
lie hid been un Inspector on the Rock
Creek section from IVhrumv to Septem
ber, 1887. lie testified as lo tho quality
ot the lirlek and inortar used. Ills opin
ion being that tlio Inick worlc was good
and tlio mortar, as a general thing, fairly
good. A gnus of three brioldaveis and
ono packer could usually romplclo ono
center iu 11 day (about fourteen feet of
lutinel). Tlio average height ot the cav
ily between the roor of tlio tunnel and
tlio top or thn nrcli whs about two feet,
in tho Hook Click.
Witness testillcd ho hnd lustiuctlons
to see that the packing was well dono,
und a gient deal or It was well dono.
Witness rieqticiitly ordcicd brloklavcts to
ccasp work aud help tho packer Illl In
" Did you over receive ittiy compen
sation outl(to or your lcgular salary tiora
tho Government V
Witness hesitated, looked ut the too
or his hoot soveial moments ami then,
falterlngly reilled, " Well, I may havo
leeelved 11 llttlu sometliing ouco iu iv
"Wlmt did you recelvo?"
" Jjlttlo ptcscnts occasionally.''
"1'rom whom did you reccivo them?-
Witness lienitatrd 11 long time beroro
nlisvverlug uud then said, as If ho dis
liked to lovcal it, "They were given ino
by Mr. Kmory." (One ot thu sub-coii-t
motors on tlio work.)
Witness explained that ho regarded
these gltu us compensation for work
done alter tho bonis when his vvurk Tor
the Government closed.
Col. Cralgliill cross-examined tho wit
niss as to tlio manner or keying up tlio
arohes. Ills testimony upon this point
would Indicate Hint tlio puckiug was
good and laid in mortar; that when nny
diy packing was dono iu ills alienee lio
hud It drawn out and icpuekcd.
" Did you over sco Lieut. Towuseud
In tho tunnel V
" Vet, sir."
" Hid he get up on the pl.iUorm to
look into tlio arch?''
" No, lio looked in behind the sido
" Did MaJ. Lydeckcr ever come into
tlio tunnel V
" I never saw him ther"."
Witnes slated Unit upon one occa
sion ho camo on tlntv in Iho morning:
und round a wall built up nt tho end ot
h center. Somitlilug in its appearance
excited ills suspicions and lie hud it. torn
away and dlscovcied a eavlty back ol
it, whero there was no packing between
tho arch and tho rock root or the tunnel.
Ilo did not icport this, however, hut
simply laid the packing put lu and let
the mutter dtop with that.
.Mint in McNainara, a rorcmau, was
then called. Ilo was employed by Lieut.
Towiisnd last May uud worked until
lie was employed by Lieut, rownsenil
to net us inspector on the biiolc work and
lining. Ilo woiked lu the duy at tho
Roelc Creek section both east and west
of the shaft. The packing over tlio
n relit s was laid in miutnr and I he mor
tal worked down Into tho Ipints witli 11
trowel. When nuked lr the recent in
vestigation hnd shown nny bad work in
tlic section under his inspectorship, ho
Teplled there hnd been much to his sur
mise and lio could not uecount for It un
lesii it was dono dining the periods of his
tempoiaiy absence from tho woik.
Witness hud upon 11 number of oc
casions worked .iftci" hdurs for tho
contractors, receiving flity cents per
hour for it. lleforo taking this money
lie asked Col. Iv'lrlin il it was light to
ticl6itiMr, wid was told it was nil right.
Witness found srnio bud -work, but
hnd It torn out and Will on" tho workmen.
Tills itthdo him moro vigilant. 1 he only
njotlvn lio could ULuln for this bail
worlc by tho ptieVkers was u 'desiro on
their part to loaf and shirk their worlc.
" Did you seo Lieut. Tovvnseud in tho
" About once every w-colr."
" Ulil you over sco Mnj. Lydeckcr in
" I never saw him until this Investi
(Tills statement covered .1 ixiriod of
tiinu fwm Mny 1 to tlio time tho Investi
gation commenced.) At 12:110 a recess
was taken until 1 ::t0.
'Iho coiut ltconvcned at 1 :.10 (.'clock,
and George W. Poiklns was examined.
Ho was a Government inspector on tho
masonry walls of tlio tunnel during last
July lrom tlio 10th to the last ot tuo
month. Uo wus employed by Col.
Ilo worked nt roundry Branch nnd
Hook Creek. Ilo testillcd that good
packing was dono in tlio sido walls, be
ing rock aud stono placed in morlar. Ho
had no experience in ipaoking tlio root
und saw veiy Ilttlo of it. Had novcr
heaid of any bad work being dono ex
cept upon ono occasion when CoL Kir
H11 told him that lio had run across
some shoddy worlc and had it lorn out.
Thero was a noticeable disposition to
Jinny tho work thiough and ho was dis
charged because ho didn't hurry his
woik. lio wus told that ho didn't gut
tho woik oat fast enough.
" Wlmt had you, as a Government
inspeitor, to do with tliat?"
" Th.it'si wlmt I want to know."
The witness was hero dismissed nnd
tlio Coiut proceeded to lead tho record
ol pii-cedlug meetings. On Monday at
10:;i0 tho tulilng ol test motiv will bo
KIXAXCIAfi AXD CU31MCHC1AL.
Tlio Stock ami Money Market,
Noiv York, Nov. 0. Money 2 per cent.
Hvehanso stead), IS.Vg-lSai; actual rates,
4H4JQ4312 for sixty days aud 4S8&ISS1 for
dematid. Uoverumcuts Ilrm; currency, 6,
12-3 bid; 4s, coupou, lli'l bld;4s, do., 10SJ bid,
Thu ctock market opened dull and weaic and
declined ('!) pur cent,, ns computed with last
night's closing. Tho principal featuro was tho
coal shares, which havo been prcsicd for salo
during tho week on overy rally, lhu list has
since recovered fractionally, but Is very dull.
1 p. 111. prices W. U., 6A; L.8., 10.IJ; 11. At
Q , 1101; C C C. I., --; L. it N. B'Jl: IV II.
it E..!l; N, Y. 0- lit); N. W., mi U
M., ftl: Mich. C, ; O. it T JI01; C. l
U. P., tiS; Mo., 77; Heading, 431; 11. 1.. I. .
Omaha, U8J: St. Paul, 002; M. C, SSI; K. iC
T VJJ; pfd., ; N. ,t C, Si; Vab., U;
nfil.. 87: Man., 101; O. it N., 9JJ; D., L. Ji
W., WSJ; pfd., 100; P. M., 371.
Tlio Chicago Markiit,
Chicago, 111., Nov. !). Opening, 0.30 a. m.
Wheat Dec, 110; Jan., 113J; May, HOJta)
lldi. Corn Nov., 42; Dec. 10J; Jan., SSjJ;
May, !!i)J. Oats-Nov., 'J I J; Dec., !U; Mnv,
SKii. Pork Jan.. 1S.I0; May, 15.IG1. Lam
Jan., iS.l'JJ; -Mny, $3.ao. Short Uibs-Jnti..
f7.60; May, $7.70.
Tlio Wuntiliigton Stonlts.
MIcollancous Ilonds W. it . K. It,. U0J;
Masonic Hall Ass'u. 100; Wash. Market Co.,
Ill; Wash. Light Infautry, 1st, U3; Wash.
Light lutautry, 2d, j Wash. Gas Light
National Dank Stocks Hank of Washing
tou.200, Hani; of ltepubllc, 170, Metropolitan,
UNI; Central. S01; Second, 1B8; Karmois' and
.Mcehaulcs', 103; Citizens', 133; Columhla,
Hallrood Stocks Washington and George
town, '411; Metiopolltau, 107; Columbia, 31;
Cap. it North O il., !IA); Anacostla, 10,
lusiiinuco mocks firemen's, 38; franklin,
39; Metropolitan, 73); National Union, l'jj;
Atllugtoii, 15S; Cotcoran, 5Uj Columbia, 131;
Uciuian Amorlcau, 153; Potomac, 03); lllggs.8.
Gas and Electric Light Stocks Washlugtou
Gai, 41): Georgetown Gas, 41; U.S. Klectilo
'Iwiihono Stocks Chcsapeako it I'otomac,
Miscellaneous Slocks Washlugtou Market
Co., 14; Washington HricU Machluo Co., 103;
Nniional Pross llrlck Co., ; G'-nt falls Ico
Co., 140; Hull Ituu l'auorama Co IS; Heal
Pstato Tltlo Insiiranco Co., Hi, Columbia
Tltlo Insiiranco Co,, o); National Sato De
posit CO., ; Amoilcaii Graphophobia Co., 14,
f.ociil Wi'utlinr Iiiitlcutloiu,
Threatonlug weather ami rain; followed
br coMer. fair on butiirdar: feontlit.rlv ivi.wi-
slilltlng to westerly. '
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