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LATE DEPARTMENT NEWS.
Governmental Action r Ocncrnt Interest
Ttrccivnn roll ltniiEMiTlos. Tho national
luiik notes iccclvcd for redemption this morn
ing amounted to $3-14,000.
Tin: Pheshiest's Cu.l.Blts. Amnng llio
President's cnlluid to-day were tlio following:
iti'iircFCiilntlvcn Uonnd, Biccklnrldgo, of Ken
tucky, Washington, Judgo Durham, Comuils
slonir Duweon nnd Commissioner Oberly.
Suit An unst tiiij Patents CoMMtsstosr.it.
F. M. Dubois lias filed n bill In equity
cgalnst lliu Commissioner ot 1'ntcnts asking
that letters patent lio Issued to lilm for Ids
Invention In plumbers' trnps of seamless soft
metal, llu snvs Hint nfter ho bad lllcd nppll
ration for n patent. John McCloky npplled
lor and obtained letters patent upon precisely
the Bamo Invention.
STOIinKIXfKKS AND dAUaMS AWOlNTni).
rrl,r following storokcoticrs and causers wcro
nppuhiLa tb-iin, Marlon J. Williams, Dalilo
iicgy, Oa.j r.UEt0 H. William, Franklin
County, Tonn.j WjHam c. Kclloy,, Nowport,
lonu.: .Inraur. E,nDnitoii. Snr ntr I'lacc.
(la.; James II. Dlsliman, llarbourvlllo. Ky.;
:!."m ?':.e."lUl1' 'CI.tierdsTlllo, Ky.; Joshua
' ilk iniii riA.
Vlill lips, Fruauo, Cal. -,,
Yellow rnvEii kotes. Tho Marino Hos
pital Bureau Is lu receipt of the following from
the yellow fovcr district: Dr. .Mai tin reports
eight new roses of yellow fever at Gaines
ville, I'la., six whlto mid two colored, Ono
death, that ot n whlto person, was reported.
Four of tho whlto cases aro In ono family, two
miles lu tho country. Tho report from Camp
Ferry sajs that two coses wero brought from
Callahan Saturday; both colored.
Commissioner Ham. Manooiitm:i. In
tho Court In General Term this morning Jus
tice Merrick delivered tho opinion In tho caso
of Anthony Pollock against tho Commissioner
of Patents. Thoy grouted n writ of man
damus compelling tho Commissioner to glvu
li I in a copy of his application, to lio used by
him In n suit In France. Tho court held that
thu Commissioner should furnish copies of all
papers which tho law did not regard as secret
In their nature.
A Skamam Drowned. The Consnl-Gcncrnl
it Lisbon, Portugal, Informs tho Department
of State that Cap t. F.aton, of tho Aineilcan
barkcntlno Joseph linker, of Philadelphia, re
ports tho loss overboard on September 35 of
Matthew Arnold, who shipped on said vessel
lu Philadelphia August 31, 18S!J, as a seaman.
Mr. Arnold gavo Connecticut ns his blrth
nlaca and his ago thirty-three. Ho rcpro
rented to tho captain that ho had lost &!0,000
In acattlo lanch In Texas. Ho was a man of
education and refinement and knew nothing
of seamanship. A letter for Mr. Arnold from
Alex. C. Sinclair, of Hlo Grande, N. J., was
found lu tho cousulato-gcneral.
A FATHER'S STRAXGB UCIjIGF.
Tho Kxninlnlni: J.ury, However, Con
vinced Thut He Ih Mentally Sound.
On tho Kith of lust Jnnunry D. Wilton
Unities wns committed to tho insane asy
Utm on tho cirtlficato of Drs. Johnston
and Patterson at the Instauco of Halites'
family. Somo tints since ho npDllcd to
tho Chief Justice, asking that proceedings
lio instituted to release hint, nud tho re
sult was that ho was bi ought this morn
ing boforo a jury under n writ do lunatlco
lnquircndo, granted on n petition of a
member of his family. Tho jury, after
hearing tho cvldenco in tho case, renched
llto conclusion that ho was of Bound
Dr. Patterson testified that he had so
fur been weakened by dipsomania ho
was unablo to manago his business.
Dr. Godding testified to delusions, and
Dr. Johnson that ho had found him suf
fering from extreme nervousness, so
great as to render him at times incapablo
of attending to Ills affairs, nud that ho
might becomo dangerous.
Ono of ,1110 delusions under which ho
was said to bo suffering was that his
dnughtor was unduly intimnto with a
boarder at his house. Tho testimony of
his wifo and sister and of n Miss Simp
son, a daughter of a former landlady,
was givon. It was said that ho hud
threatened tho family, hut that ho had
afterward apologized to tho boarder.
Ho stated to tho jury that he had be
como convinced that his daughter had
sustained improper relations with tho
boarder, nnd that although ho did
apologize it wns for tho purposo of throw
ing them oft their guard and firmly con
vincing himself. As regards throats, ho
had 6afd that if this proved truo thcro
would bo two deaths in tho family,
meaning that ho would first kill tho
boarder and thou kill himself.
Messrs. Macknll and Gnrnott appeared
for tho petitioner and A. W. Ferguson
for Mr. Unities.
LIQUOR LICENSES GRANTED-
Application Approved by tliu Commis
sioners This Moraine
Tho Commissioners approved tho applica
tions of tho following for bar-room aud whole
sale llcrmor leccuses respectively:
Har-rooms Frankllu Guy, 1S51 3d st. s. w.;
Dennis Mclnciny, KM JH st. s. w; 11. Fecr
ehiger, 1300 -IJ st. 6. w.; F Mormann, 80J nth
st.; J. A. Plcrsoii, 201 M fct. n, w,; Barbara
Weber, "13 N. J. uvo. n. w., applicant dead;
Henry C. Mockabcc, CI G st. n. w., nnd tho
Northwest P. Tobln, 1111) 1st st.; James
Than), 818 F st.;T. J. Stanton, cor. SUtli and
O sts.; P. Sullivan, 2d and Llugan sts.; Schcl
lcr fc Stevens, 001 Pa. avo.; also liO,T Ta. nvc;
O. W. OlTutt, JBOa llth St.; Shoemaker Co.,
13.T1 aud 1333 V, st.; U. II. Haul), lUtli st. and
'.i. avo.; K. M, McComss, 14th st. aud La.
nvo.; Hannah Mlland, 1133 iHd St.; P. H.
AVard, 'J100 Pa. avo.; K. K. Whlto, C35 La.
nvo.; W. 11. Drown, SS'JSOth St.; D. J. HucU-K-y,
B23 21st St.; P. 11. Dunu. 21810th St.; A.
8. Clark, 1020 7th st.; T. F. Cook, 1010 23d st.;
Margaret Earner, lrl 25th St.; John
Dotan, 8U Sth bt.j Wiufrcd Foley,
ti:i3 3d St.; 8. J Hannah, cor.
2.1 and D sts.; if. It. Uoddard, cor. 30th aud
Nsts.; John L. Granger, 1041 Valley st.j.las.
P. Garrcty,-1801 lltlt St.; tho Arlington Bot
tling Co., 27th audi) sts.: E. C. Lddaul, 1103
82d it.; H. Q. Keyworth, B20 7tb St.; John
Kewortb, 318 Oth st.; John II. Magrudor,
1124 Conn. avo. nnd 1417 N. Y. nvo.; Charles
Madcs. 3d st. aud Pa. avo.; It. C. Milburti &
Co., 1 120 Pa. avo.
Southwest M. T. Tlrldwcll, 350 M st.; F.
Schwartz, 53 and C7 Vn. avo.; II. 8. lllout, 710
41st.; Wm. Dugan, 441 Sth bt.; Thos. David
eon, 213 Canal St.; J. J. Hellcn. 1200 4J st.
Noithcast Schcnek it Co., 801 Mil. avo.;
W. Itest, 318 0tUst.jGcorslana Carey, 313
Southeast Jno. M. Williams, 50 N st.; J.
T. Earnshaw, 530 6th st.; 11. Huhn, cor. 1st
and D sts ; Geo. Hommcr, 517 llth st.
County Wm. T. Mahonoy, Canal road;
Wm. Melklejohn, Ulalr road.
TKK COURT1 KECOIN).
llqllltv Court Justice Cox,
Botelcr vs. Harbor; action of order dismiss
ing cr'sU bill ordered. Cooper vs. Cooper; It.
V. flo French admitted as party complainant;
tn'o (Onfesso vs. dcfuiiduuts, John 11, aud
Wnna Cooper, and Mills Dean uppolutcd
guardian ad litem. Nelson vs. I'rcscow; mo
con ft sso set aside, linker vs. Baker; rescission
of order November 10, 18S3, ordered. Church
vs. D. 0 ; preliminary lujunctlou granted.
Clrmilt Court, Jimltce Cox,
Tuho Works Co. vs Kosccrans; tou days to
plecd after bond filed, llassher it Co. vs.
Aors; judgment by default. Heed vs. Gib
bous, Criminal Coiirt-Justlue
Georce II. Boston.
embezzlement; on trial.
Frcdcilck Buibcr, murder; motion for
trial aud In arrest ot judgment lllcd.
Court In Geuonil Term Chief Justice,
Justice Jiimes mid Merrluk,
Pollock vs. Hall, Commissioner ot Patents:
peremptory mandamus ordered, Kllboum
vs. Laita; argued. '
- m ..
The Wreek of the Iliorl.i.
Fak ltociuwAV, L, I., Nov. 19. Tho Iborla
lies five miles southeast ot tho Llfo Saving Sta
tion well down by tho stern and careened to
starboaid. Tho llfo savers will go out to tho
THE NEXT IHAUBUEUHOH. IS! T !:.,.... WE SMITH'S ROMANCE.
A. T. Britton Appointed Chairman of
tho Committee- on Arrangements.
THE MATTER SETTLED IN NEW YORK.
Local ItepnlillmiiiH Quito l'Icnncd
With tlm Selection.
Tho following notification was mndo
public this morning :
- National Committee,
New Yoiuc City, A'ov. U, 1883,
lion. A.. T. llntlon, Wiulitngtoii, V. V. :
You aru hcretV designated by the 1'xecutlvo
Comtnlttco ot tho llcpubltcau Nntlonnl Com
tnltteo to take chargiiof tho fortliromlug eer
cmonlcs attending tho Inauguration of tho
Piesldeut elect nud all matters pertaining
thereto. You will appoint such oilleers as
may bo necessary, desUnnta a general and all
neeossary sub committees, nnd tervo ns chair
man of said general committee.
M. 8. Quay, Chairman.
J. S. Fassett, Sccrelmv.
It will bu remembered that nt a meet
ing of tho Kcptihllcau National League
on 1'rlday night a committee of twenty
one, with Gon. B. V. Ueale, was np
pointed to inako arrangements for tho
coming Inauguration. As slated in this
paper on Saluiday, this action wa3
deemed prcmuturo by it number of tho
leading Republicans of tho District. It
was then stated, on liehnlf of tho league,
that It was their intention nictcly to taku
tho first steps, mid not to usurp the man
agement of Inauguration Day cere
monies. It then became known that Col. Dud
loy had expressed a desiro to have Col.
Britton appointed the chairman of tho
Committee on Arrangements, and Sena
tor Quay, chairman of tho National Com
mittee intimated ns milch to a promi
nent llcpubliean In this citv. This
morning tho cholco of Senator Quay was
made known officially, and met with
general approval. Col. Britton is a rep
resentative citizen ami a zealous Kcpubli
enn, having giving substantial cvldenco
of his party faith during the campaign.
Col. Britton's appointment was made
known this morning at a meeting at
Senator Quay's lcsidonco of a number of
prominent District Itopublic.tns. Ills
appointment wns mndo on Friday.
A MANDAMUS REFUSED.
Judgo Terry Must Serve Out Ills Time
Tho Supremo Court of tho Uultcd
States has refused to grant tho man
damus applied for by David Terry, of
San Francisco, to compel the Circuit
Court to Issue a writ of habeas
corpus to rclcaso him from
confinement in Alameda County jail, to
which ho was recently sent lor six
months for contempt of tho U. S. Circuit
Couit in connection with tho notorious
Sharon will case.
1VUA.T uoijs'thik mi:ax?
Under tho heading, "Select Headings
for tho Hour," to-day's New York San
prints tho following, editorially :
Tho entire layer of adlposo tlssuo beneath
the skin and elsowhcro nets ns a protection to
the nnlraal warmth. Being to n great cxtcntn
non-coyductor. It Is a kind ot natural blanket,
which prcviutiftho Ulsslpatlon of" tlin heat of
tho Internal orgnus,,and thus serves to main
tain their temperature. An abundant layer ot
adipose tlssuo Is accordingly nn effective pro
tection against external cold. Tho American
Cyclopedia, Vol. I., pago 120.
Immediately nfter tho Innugiirntlon of Mr.
Lincoln, March 4, 1801, Mr. Buchanan retired
to his home at Lancaster, l'a., whero ho passed
tho remainder of his life, taking no part lu
public aftalrs. Tho American Cyclopedia,
Vol. III., pago 38J.
Tho rythm of evolution and dissolution
completing Itself during short periods lu small
aggregates, and In tho vast aggregates dis
tributing through epaco completing Itself In
periods which are Immeasurable by human
thought, Is as far as wo can see universal and
eternal, each alternating pbnso of tho process
predominating now in this region of epaco
anu now in mat, as local coiiuitious determine.-
Tho American Cyclopedia, Vol. VII.,
Mr. Flllraoro afterward resided In Titiftulo,
taking no prominent part In nubile affairs.
lino American uyciopcuta, vol. vn., pago
Porsons who liavoau unusual tendency tofat
should combine with other cxcrclso, tunning,
jumping on tha spring board and movements
t hlch shake tho body. Theso favor tho ab
sorption of unnecessary adlposo tissue, espe
cially In thocovorliigof tho abdominal organs.
Tho American Cyclopedia, Vol. VIIL, pago
On March 4, 1823, Monroo retired from
ofllcc, and returned to his icsldcuco ot Oak
Hill, in Loudoun County, Va. Ho was chosen
a Justlcoof the Peace, and satin the county
court. Tho American Cyclopedia, Vol, XL,
Immediately on tho expiration ot his term of
ofllco lio left Washington, without even stop
ping to bo present at tho Inauguration of Jef
ferson, against whom ho felt a sense ot per
sonal wrong, probably thinking that lio had
been deluded by falso professions ns to Jofter
boii's views on tho Presidential chair. Fortu
nately for Adams, his thilfty habits, sustained
by tho economical aud managing talents of his
wife, had enabled him to add to tho savings
trom his profession beforo entering public llfo
savings from bis salaries enough to support
him for tlm rest ot his llfo lu a stylo ot dicent
nronrtetv. All consolations, domestic or other
wise, ut Mr. Adams's command, wcro fully
needed. Never did a statesman sink more sud
denly, at. a thnu when his powers ot action aud
Inclination for It seemed wholly unimpaired,
from n leading position to mere absolute po
litical iDslgnlflcuneo. Ills grandson tells us
that whllo tho letters addressed to him lu tha
year prior to March 1, 101, may bo counted
by thousands, thosu of tho next rear scarcely
number a hundred, whllu ho wrote oven fewer
than ho received. Nor was mcro neelcct tho
worst of It. He sank, loaded with tho gibes,
tho sneers, tho execrations even of both polit
ical parties Into which tho Nation was divided.
A largo portion ot tho most active leaders ot
tho Federal party wcru disposed to hold Ad
ams personally answerable both for tho breach
it4!ielr ranks and for tholr subsequent over-
mrow. iiuo American ujciopcuia, vol. i.,
In tha United States ot Amcilca thcro has
nover been a censorship of the- press.- Tho
American Cyclopedia, Vol. IV.,p.igo 102.
Much unnecessary anxiety Is sometimes felt
with regard to tho possibility of persons, sup
posed to bo dead, being burled tthfia really
living. Tho premature burial of a living per
son must be, If It happen at all, tho result of
Inexcusable haste or caielcssness, and Is In
tlm liiirhost di'L'ico imnrohublo when cvon tho
ordinary piecautlons are taken. A proper
examination of tho body by n competent
medical man, In doubtful cases, would render
such a mistake ohnost Impossible The
American Cyclopedia, Vol. HI., pago 454.
Itotiu'iiml I'ruiu tho Duud,
FmssuuiKi, Kan., Nov. 19. Whllo llio lo-
lief siiuad of icscuerswere wpifcliig at thu foot
of tho main shaft of tho Irotenac mtno jester
day thoy wcro nstouUhed lo see a man nu
proachtng them through tho shaft from tho
Inside. It pioved to b Heurv turns, who has
for thirty-Ms houis Reu com ted nmong tho
lost, lio wns delirious and d ,1 not scum to
comprehend what was going o i or to explain
how ho hod saved his ow u llfo. Ho Is now be
ing well tared for, mid It Is tb Ightliu will bo
ull right lu a few dais,
FIJI-, TiVmr7i-ikT-B-l,TN X6..m
WASHINGTON, MONDAY JSVETSTDiTGr, NOVEMBER J 2, 1888.
tVlmt Mr. Cli-volund iiml Ills Advisers
Intend to do,
Sjxelal to the AViei York lttnUU
AVasiunoton, Nov. 11. Tho Presi
dent's future plans are still undetermined.
It is believed that ho will spend ono or
two years traveling lu Kttrope, which ho
has never visited.
Ho is still in tho very prime of life.
Ho will lenvo tho Whlto House nt least
$75,000 richer than when ho entered It.
This, ndded to his other 'investments,
ought to give him it eomfoitablu fortune
of upwaulflf Sl'OO.OOO.
Moreover, ?,lig. Cloveland, through tho
division of tho Folsom cstnto In Oinnlin,
is an heiress in her own right, and Is
probably worth not less than half a
million of dnllnrs. Both Mr. nud Mrs.
Cleveland would prefer a few years of
foreign tlavel ns a pleasant rounding off
of their Whlto House oxpctlcnco beforu
settling down to tho unlet of every day
life, and for this reason tho 1'uropenn
trip Is regarded as nmong tho strong
Col, Lamont, as has already boon
statedwill lofato in Now York in tho
employ of a llfo insurance company, at
a salary of at least $10,000 n year.
Secretaries Whitney and Foirchild will
both return to New "iork nnd engitgo in
the uraclicoof law.
Attorney-General Garland is also con
sidering a proposition to make his futuro
homo'in Now York.
Messrs. Kndlcott, Dickinson and Vilas,
nil of whom are lawyers, will return to
their reipectlvo homes nnd rcsumo tho
practice of their profession.
Secretary Bnyartl has not decided
whether ho will remain In Washington
or return to Wilmington and piactlco
law, bu. it Is boliovcdthnt ho will adopt
the latter course.
Judge Hawkins, the Assistant Secre
tary of tho Intorlor, will rctiro to his
farm near Capo Girurdeau, Mo., and
spond tho remainder of his days in tho
quiet and seclusion of pastoral llfo.
STILL IN DOUBT.
West Vlrglnlu'fl Voto Donends on the
Wiieeliso, W. Va., Nov. 12. Noth
ing has been heard that alters tho icsult
of tho election In West Virglnln. Every
thing now depends on tho olliclal canvass
to-day. Tho best judgment seems to bo
that oven If the electoral voto of the
Stato goes' to Cleveland It will bu by a very
closo vote, nnd Gen. Goff is so much
stronger than the head of tho ticket that
his election ns Governor is pretty well
Thrco counties llaloigh, McDowell
nnd Wyoming have not been heard
from at all. Thoy may entirely change
tho result, Thoy are romoto from means
of communication, nnd what thoy havo
dono is not even conjectured. Both
parties clnim them on tho stiength of tho
preliminary noil. Tho Legislature also
depends on these counties, ns It now
stands. It is a. tie except a Republican
Labor fusion Senator. Both Stato Com
mittees still claim everything, but both
admit that tho voto Is unprccedcntly
closo. Tho election of Atkinson, Hon.,
in the first district, Wilson, Dem., In tho
second nnd Smith, Hop., In tho fourth Is
now conceded. The third is still in
doubt, depending on tho counties not
COL. KNAI'P DEAD.
A Well-Known Newspaper l'ubllshcr
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 13. Col. John
Knnpp, for mony years tho business
manager ond ono of tho proprietors of
tho Missouri Republican, now called tho
St. Louis Jte public, died at his homo,
here, at midnight. Ho retired several
years ago from active management of
tho paper and for tho Inst six months was
in feoblo health, but was not thought to
no in any linmcuiBto danger until yester
day morning. Ho was about seventy
years old and had lived In St. Louis from
childhood. Ho loaves n wlfo and sons
nnd tlucd daughters, tho oldest son,
Charles W. Knapp. being tho present
business manager of tho Itepubllc.
A SECRET CONFAB.
Gen. Mnhono, Gon. Iltitlor nntl Senator
Oimy Dismiss Ylrctnlu.
Gon. Mahono, of Virginia; Senator
Quay and Gen. Hon. Duller are lu tho
city to-dny and a prolonged and secret
conference wns hold at Chamberlain's
this noon, presumably upon tho subject
of Virginia politics. Tho conference wns
not visible to tiio renortorial ovo, how-
ovor, and all newspaper men who culled
wm o met, with tlin Ntiltommir.. ''Tlmv nrn
weio met with the statement,
I.ITTI.B Kock, Am:., Nov. 12. C. It. Brcck
cnrldgo Is elected to Congress from tho cscond
district, and William II. Cato from tho first,
giving Arkansas a solid Democratic represen
tation. Clay nnd Feathcrstouo, tho Itepubll
can candidates lu those two districts will con
tost tho elections. Thoy claim fraud has been
committed lu counting tho votes.
San Fiiancisco, Nov. 12. Tho total vote
for President In this stato as shown bv addi
tional returns glvo Hairlsou 110,731; Cloyo
Innd, 103,253. Places representing 5,000 to
11,000 votes aro yet to bo heard from. Tho
complexion of tho Congressional delegation
has not been changed by tho returns up to tho
Harrison's plurality In Pennsylvania Js
Tho voto of Nebraska has Increased 53.000
stneo 1884. Harrison has 00,000 plurality.
Cloveland has a plurality of 58,237 In
Georgia. Tho Prohibition vole Is only 1,700.
A Democratic schema Is on foot lu Delaware
to uuscat a ltcpubllcan Senator, so as to make
tho Legislature a tie, and compel tho Demo
cratic Governor to appoint Souator Saulsbury's
Democrats In -Missouri tbieatcn to avenge
themselves upon tho liquor dealers, whom
they bold responsible for tho defeat ot the
Stato nud city tickets lu St. Louis.
Iu West Vliglnln tha nmendmont to tho
Constitution prohibiting tho sula aud nmuti
facturoof Intoxicating liquors is Bald to bo
defeated by 40,000 majority.
Col. D, 11. Hcndciton, of Iowa, was re
elected to Conprees by about 5,000 majority, a
galoot over 9,000 on his last election. Du
buque, gives him GOO majority. Heretofore
that city gouorally went Democratic by COO to
, i m '
MeLenn After tho Chicago "Times."
Ciiicaoo,Nov,12, It was cuncntly rumored
In town last CYouliigth.it John It. McLean, of
tho Cincinnati Enquirer, has mado a bid for
tho Chicago IViiiM, and that his otter will
probably lio accented. Tho uniouut of tho
offer was not stated.
Good News tar WorUiiion.
Sharon, Pa., Nov. M,- Tl' managers of
tho Spcimnan, Mabel and Clalro furnaces havo
ntlscd tho wages of their employes fifteen
cents inlay. Tho prospeits aro that nil ot
these finances will bo In operation nil winter.
Tiio Henderson furnace will resntiio next
week, after n long closo.
The Itominko Iteserinlr Disinter.
Hoanoku, Va., Nov. 13. On Saturday
night thu bottom of tho ltoanoko Water
Works Company's resetvolr fell out. His
supposed that eavorns In the mountain ldo
Is tho cause. The loss 111 amount to $15,000.
Mr. Newman Brought Into tho
Police Court To-ttay.
CHARGED WITH FALSE "PRETENSES.
Tho Cnso Continued I'or n Woek by tho
That gallant and dliTtislvcly cnlcipris
lug lover of women, Marion I), Newman,
etc., was In tho dock of tho 1'ollco Court
Thoro wusn dejected droop to his iron
gray mottstneho nnd his nhlny tiio and
goltl-licadcd silk umbrella reflected
through numerous flicks of dust the gen
eral dojectlon of our modern Don Junn.
Just tlvo doors along thostieet from
whero tho unfortunntely-oxcosslvo ad
mirer of womankind hingiilslied In the
dungeon keep, Mrs. Knto Smith, who
has nlso had somo llttlu lniitilmonlnl cx-
Ssrlenco, and who Is responslhlo for Mr.
'civilian's incarceration, swayed from
sido lo side in Inspector Swindell's big
chair, at tho detective olllco, and told her
She had Mr. Nowinon arrested, as re
counted in Satuulay evening's Post, and
immediately hired Lawyer Carrington to
defend him from tho charge sho had
brought against him.
But Saturday, when the detectives
searched Mr. Newman's pleasant room
on G street nnd found lctteis showing
Hint ho had wives in various portions bc
foto ho loltl hcrof his chestnutty love,
Miss Smith's hemt hardened, nud sho
half way assented to tho prosecution of
her lover for getting her forty-iiino hard
earned Government Pi luting Ofllco dol
lars, nnd tho warrant wns sworn out.
Tho warrant, which Is sworn out by
Detectlvo Ilaff. savs that "ou the fourth
day of November Marion D. Nowmau,
nllns St. Clair, alias Noble, alias Do
Hughes, did then and thcro fraudulently
nntl falsely pretend to one, Ifalo G.
Smith, that ho was then nud there an un
married man, nnd that ho wanted $40 to
purchase n suit of clothes, so that ho
could marry the said Smith, whcrcai. In
truth nnd In fact, the said Newman, alias
St. Clair, alias Noble, alias Do Hughes,
was then nnd thcro a married man,
and did not want tho said
$10 to purchnso a suit of clothes,,
so that ho could marry the said Smith;
by reason of which falso and fraudulent
pretenses the said Nowmnn did then
nnd thcro obtain from the said Smith
tiio full sum of 19 of tho lawful inonoy
of tho United Stntcs with tho intent to
client and defraud the said Smith, the
said Newman well knowing tho said rep
resentations to bo falso nnd fintiilulcnt."
Mr. Ncivmnn, or St. Clair, or Noble, or
Do Hughes, came into court about noon.
Ho wns very pale nntl far from looking
tho jaunty lawyer who ndvcitlscd in Tun
Post for a wife.
Lawyer Carrington said that thcro was
no justice In Mr. Nuwman's being de
tained until tho polico could worlc'up a
caso against him. Tho prosecuting wit
ness, Mrs. Smith, would, ho said; herself
declare tliat ins client liau matlo no taiso
pretenses to her ; that sho oven declined
lo swear to tho varrant, antflhat 11 was
sworu to by a detective. Ho Wanted his
client tried, with as llttlodolay as possi
ble U. S. Attomoy Shillington bitid that it
was hard tb legard the case olhcrwiso
than In a humorous way. "I am in
foimcd, Your Honor," ho said, "that
this chargo is thoouteoinooPtinunfortu
nato and ill-timed rinplo .which dis
turbed tho stream of puro lovo thut
tradition bnyn nover runs smooth, nnd
this llttlo ripple, by the fury of nn unex
pected gale, has been raised 'into a surg
ing billow, which promises 'to envelop
and submcrgo one of tho parlies about
to venture upon tno matrimonial sea.
And tho winds blow, and tho detectives
camo and found that tho young sailor,
who rcpicientcd that lie wns about to
tnko his first cruise, was an old and tried
mariner; tliat ho had shipped from &ev
cral ports, and that his experiences upon
tho watery deep would raako f-omu of
William Clark llusscll's stories fado
nwny in comparison. Tho re.-ult Is thut
I hold a warrant charging tho defendant
with obtaining inonoy by falso pretenses,
and I usk thnt tho cn.so be sot for trial ono
week from to-morrow."
"Tho authorities tiro entitled to suffi
cient tlmo to prove their caso against this
man," said Judgo Mills, whp is sitting
in Judgo Miller's phico uurlnghis illness,
"and the caso is continued until next
week Tuesday. Mr. Nowmnn Is held
in ifUOO bonds'
Mr. Nowmnn, etc., talked qulto freely
to on Kviixinci Post icporlerhis after
noon as ho stood behind tho bars of tho
dock of tho Polico Court.
"No," ho said, "I am nfitild I shall
not bo able to get ball, though my law
yer is now doing all ho can for me."
"You leporters," hu said, "have dono
mo a very great injiny lu this matter,
nnd one that 1 feel keenly. Newspapers
seem to value ou item of news hi exnet
proportion with sensational charnclor,
and seem eutlroly reckless as to what
they pi lilt so that It Is bcnsntloual. They
seem conducted bolely for tho gratifica
tion of puilcnt curiosity, and to pander
to tho wishes of thu lowest and vilest of
mankind." Mr. Newman did not, it
scorned to tho reporter, appear lo bu
thinking especially of his own case, but
to bo Indulging in general rclleetious
on tho vlclousness of nowsp.ipers.
A tall, nico-lookliigold gentleman, with
a woll trimmed whlto beard, had just left
Mr. Newman nfter a hnlf hour's talk
with him. It was Huv. W, M. Pony, of
this city, who knew a preacher named
Do Hughes in Now .Icisoy.vlicro ho was
dropped from tho conferonco for somo
obscure reason, and ho culled on Mr.
Nowmnn lo scu If lio was the snmo man.
Ho said he was not able to Identify lilm
"This Do Hughes," continued Mr.
Newman, "I know almost nothing about,
save that ho was a pieacher. 1 instiled
lilm liorosomo months ngo; and ho inked
mo to keep for him tho letters beating
hisnnmu thnt weio found Jn mv room.
1 know no Mrs. St. Clair, nor do" I know
any Mrs. Noble. No." ho sulci, posi
tively, in answer to tho reporter's ques
tion, "I am not married, and that will bo
shown to bo tine on tho trjhl
"My lawyer told mo not,to talk, and I
shnll not say anything about inv caso."
"1 would glvo a monthXualary to print
tho letters that you received In answer
to your advcitlsumont," .'said tho io
porter. "1 guess you would," answered Mr.
Newman, "but they shall never, If I
can provont It, bo inado public. I do
not see whv n newspaper should bo so
anxious to bring shiiiuo and dlsgi.ico on
theso ladles who nnsweicd my adver
tisement. Thcro nro ninny of tlicni silly
young girls, members 0r ' families
oiidthoy would bo irrcparalTly dUgmccd
it their nnmes wero mado i)UUi0
"Tholutlors wero taken by the dctec
Uvea In your prosonco, wero they notr"
"No, sir. When 1 wont, away the let
tcrs were left thoio ond tho detectives
wont back thoro nflcrward, without nny
light lo do so, mid tilled my room nud
took tho letters nway."
Mr. Nowintin's principal concern nfter
his anxiety for himself seemed to bo lo
preserve secret tho Identity of tho "silly
women nntl girls" who answered his ad
vertisement. lie says thoro wero not over fifty ot
them, and that thcro weio no moro 'than
llireo or four letters from nny ono of
Million Nowmau, tho bogus wife
hunter, seems, llku the sailor lu the old
song, to havo a wife in every port. Ho
has sailed uudor various names Dallas
M. Do Hughes, Mnrion G. Sincintr,
II. G. Nobloiind M. D. Newmati being
the lilies ho most nffects.
Tho defectives searched his room Inst
Saturday nnd found over 200 letters ftoin
women ho has victimized. There nro
letters from a wlfo In Philadelphia, from
one in Indianapolis and one In Jackson,
Tcnn. There is nlso n letter written In a
child's hand, nnd signed "Your loving
Papers in his trunk indlcnto that lio
wns ordained n denenn in tho Methodist
Church, at Lowlston, Mo., under tho
name of Dallas M. Do Hughes, In 1870.
In 1878 he was transferred to New Jer
sey and ordained nn elder bv Bishop
Simpson. Nothing is heard of "lilm tlion
until a mnrrlago certificate records a mtir
llago with Miss Atldlo Noble. In Wis-
cousin, ha then assuming tho name of
There aro letters from widows nnd
maidens, and nllallkoscem to bo equally
Infatuated with him. Ho is about 83
years old, dresses well and Is graceful in
Ills movements. Hu nppcnrs llko an ac
complished man of the world, and a
woman might readily bu forgiven for fall
lug a victim to his fascinations.
OCEAN STEAMERS COLLIDE-
The Stern Knocked on tho Iberlu by tho
Tho Cunard Lino steamship Umbrla
collided with tho Fnbro steamer Iberia
about four miles off Long Bench Hotel,
just beyond Hockaway, Saluiday after
noon at 1:10 o'clock. Tho Iberia was
badly damaged, having her wholo stern
cut oft, anil tho Umbrla, nfter taking off
the crew of tho Iberia of thiity men and
lying by tho injured ship all night, camo
up to tho dock for repairs this morning
at 11 o'clock. When sho loft tho Iberia
thu latter was sinking badly at the stern,
nnd it looked as If site would go to tho
bottom beforo noon.
Tho Umbiln was but slightly injured,
and camo back to her dock merely as a
precautionary measure, according to tho
agent of tho line, Vernon II. Brown; nl
the mark sho bore of tho ugly wound sho
gnvo tho Iberia wns a queer liiangulnr
edged hole iu her collision bulkhead in
Its largest dimensions abotitslx feet by
tlnee leet. The hole Is just abaft of the
cxtiemobow, and at tho lowest point
nbout five feet nbovo tho water line.
This Is on tho starboard side. A small
hole, through which a swnllow might Uy
was alo punched in tho plate on tho
port side, directly opposite. Tho holo
appeared to havo been inudo by tho re
volving screw of tho Iberia.
the stoiiv or THE AlTAin.
The story of tho affair, as told by Ver
non II. Brown, agont of the Cunard Lino,
ns ho himself got It from Copt. Mc
Mickin is ns follows:
Tho Umbrla luft her dock, on the North
Itiver Saturday morning, November 10,
nt lOslSVcldok, with 215 cabin passen
gers, 07 intermediate passengers nnd 420
steerage, and a full cargo of about 1,000
tons of general inerclinndiso. Snntly
Hook was reached nt 12:12 p. in., and tho
pilot left nt 12-yO without Incident. Tho
weather was hazv and was growing
thicker nil the time. At 1:10 the ship
wns slowed down on account of tho thick
About uvo minutes lator a steamer's
whistlo was heard on what appeared to
bo tho starboaid bow. Capt. McKicklu
was on the bridge. As the whlstlo
secpied to bo growing nearer tho engines
wero stopped nltogcther. At nlmost tho
noxt moment n strango steamer was scon
directly across the bows nhcad, pointing
to the northward. Tho Umbria's engines
wmo immediately ordered reversed at
full speed, but that did not prove enough
to neutralize tho headway, ond tho Um
brla struck tho strnngeron tho port quar
ter, carrying awny n portion of her stern.
Orders woio immediately given to
lower the boats and to make an examin
ation of tho Umbrin, which was dono,
with tho result as given already.
Tho examination showed that two plates
on tho starboard bow had boon broken.
JMeauwhllo tho two steamers drifted
apart and lost track of each other for
fully twenty minutes. Tho wheel of tho
Cunarder continued to turn with its ro
verbo motion. This brought her back to
the ciipplcd stranger. Shortly after get
ting nearer, the first ofllcer of tho crip
pled steamer got on board. Ills
nanio is Guillott. Ho said tho name of
his ship was tho Iberia, of tho Fabro lino,
Captain Sanglocs. The Iberia had srlled
from tho Persian gulf on September 121
wllli a cargo of dried fruit, hides, coffee,
Thcro wero thiity men in tho crew, nil
told, incluslvo of tho olllcors. Tho Iberia
had met with an accident to machinery,
and lind boon laying to making repairs
for about thirty hours. Sho had just
got under way when tho accident oc
curred. Tho Iberia was n stonmer of
about 1.000 tons register, and belongs in
Marseilles, France. She cairled no pas
sengers. Hor officers wcro Captain Sun
eloog, First Olllcer Gulllot, Second Olll
cer Falery, nud three englnrers Pages,
Lepago ami Dtircbug and a crow com
posed of Arabs, Greeks and miscella
Omud Jury Indictments.
The grand Jury to-day found Indictments as
follows: Georgo W. Henley, violating tho
pension laws, 13 cases; Irving M. Blood, falso
pretenses; Arthur Hill, housebreaking In thu
night; ytilnecy McCasscy and Charles
Fletcher, housebreaking In tho night, Johu
Ciunoy, embezzlement; Flunk Wallace, as
sault to kill; William Aloxauder, larcouy
from tho person; Charles Coates, larceny from
tho person; George Williams und hobcrt Ford,
larceny from tho person.
Thoy Ignored charges against Aunlo Jack
son, chaigcd with perjury in tho dlvoice caso
of btevenson vs Stevenson; Thomas Marshall,
killing James Gray; Alice Weaver, grand
larceny; Mary Almarlla, bawdy house; Allied
lioivlo, nssault to Mil George llrowu.
Tio Jurors weio discharged until noxt
Simon Wolf, esq., desires us to stato that he
Is extremely grateful for tho kindly mention
of his naino by Tun Kvumno Post In connec
tion with tho office of City Postmaster, ,bnt
that whllo ho Is a man of lettois, ho Is not
that kind of male. Heulsodcslroj It lo bo
itudciMood that ho Is not a candidate for any
other District ofllco in tho gift of tho Adminis
tration. Mr. Thomas Ivavanagh, who was men
tioned on Satuiday in this paper ns ono
deserving preferment at tho hands of tho
now Administration, declares that ho Is
not a I'tindidato Tor uny olllco, and doesn't
want llio place.
THE "RIPPER" IMITATED,
A Connecticut Harness-Maker Crazed
by tho Whitechapel Murders.
HE KILLS AND MUTILATES HIS WIPE.
A Horrible Tragedy llmught lo Light
PoiiTi.Axi), Conn., Nov. 12. Mrs.
Ellen Cooper, nged 112, was found by a
servant girl In bed this morning with her
head badly cut with an ax. The weapon
wns found lying on a pillow covered
with blood. The woman's husband Is a
harness maker, nnd had been working
in a shop iu Mcriden. Ho cnino homo
two weeks ngo and said ho was out on a
His wife mistrusted his statement and
wrote lo the firm. Thoy replied that ho
had been dischaigcd for neglecting his
work, and that If ho would return ho
would bo given work. Mrs. Cooper
urged him to go back, saying she could
not support tho family. Cooper was
drunk Frldnv and Saturday, but sober
yesterday, lio prepared to go back to
lie had quarreled with Ills wlfo nnd
had been reading nn account of tho
Whitechapel murder nntl was greatly
excited. Sho told a neighbor that ho
said ho would fix her befoio Monday
morning so sho would not troublo lilm
On Saturday night Mrs. Cooper wont
io me postoincc ami siiowcu nn open let
ter, claiming that tho letter had been
opened In the poslolTlco. Tho postmas
ter said that tho letter was in perfect
order when ho passed it out to her llttlo
boy n few moments beforo. Sho was
greatlv excited, and mndo some Insulting
remarks, drawing qulto a crowd.
The murderer was arrested in Middle
town this morning. Ho gnvo thu letter
tn tho police, acknowledged tho killing
of his wlfo and said tho letter justified
his act as it was from a prominent busi
ness man in Fast Hampton and showed
that his wlfo was unfaithful. Cooper
is In jail.
Ho was sober when ho committed
tho deed. Ho went to bed with tho axo
handy and waited until his wife was
asleep. He then got up and struck hor
a blow which stunned her, aud then lln
ished the work with tho edgo of the nxe.
When ho was satisfied sho was dead, ho
fled and was arrested.
THE TUNNKh 1.1X1X0-
The Military Court Itesuuies the TnUtnc
The Military Court of Inquiry engaged
in tho investigation of tho construction
of tho Aqueduct tunnel met at 10:30 this
Samuel A. Harper, bricklayer ond in
spector, was tho llrst witness examined.
Ho had worked in tho section west of
thu Howard University shaft In Mnrch,
1883, subsequently working in tho sec
tion east of this shaft. Ho testified that
tho biick used In tho tunnel hero was of
good quality, tho workmaushlpllrst-clnss,
or, as' ho expressed it, "tliero could bo
no no better."
When questioned about tho-nature of
tho 'pHcldng behind .tho side walls nnd
over the arch, ho said it was dry packing,
looso stones thrown In. Some times a
hammer 'was used to mnko tho stones fit
moro closely, but this was seldom the
Ho began work as an inspector in July,
18S3, and worked until February, 1880,
and from September, 188(5, to
October, 1887. During tho period of
tlmo from July, 1885, to February. 1880,
ho was Inspector in the Howard Univer
He received his orders from Mr. Cor
yoll and look cross sections and sot
profiles. Ho was expected to look after
the trimmers, bricklayers and packers.
Ho testified that during this period of
tlmo tho packing was all dry. Tho
brick work was good and tho mortar fair.
None of tho brick was laid without
joints, and no dry brick work wns dono.
IIo found it necessary to go up to thu
top of tho shaft probably twlco a day to
inspect brick, as bad biick would bo sent
down and ho would havo to stop It.
Somo lines upon his return to tho tun
nel ho would Und evidences of shoddy
work, but would immediately havo ft
Alter September, 1880, ho still worked
in tills part of tho tunnel. At this tlmo
he received orders from Mr. Coryell that
the packing should bo laid in mortar.
Ho saw Maj. Lydccker in the tunnel
twice, onco when a Congressional com
mittco canto down, nnd another time.
Ho te-.tilled Hint tho packing behind thu
side walls was solid, consisting of layers
ofstonosct In moitar. Over tho nich
tho packing was laid pretty closo, being
always holfd over the key, extending up
to tho roof of tho tunnel.
Upon sovoral occasions packers staid
In the tunnel alter tho bricklayers had
gono and finished up the packing, al
though uo Government inspector wns
present. Ho never received uny money
from tho contractors, nor did ho do any
work for them.
Tho witness was rigidly cross exam
ined to discover if any largo spaces weio
loft over the keying of tho arches. Ho
nvowed that no such spaces could havo
boon left while ho wns on duty, but it
was possible to do It In his absence, al
though ho nevor know of such things
Ovorseer Matters Testifies.
Jacob B. Mnsters, on overseer of ma
souory, wns then sworn. Ho was em
ployed on the tunnel from March to Sep
tember, 1887, ns a Government inspec
tor. Ho v ns stationed cast nnd we st of
Hock Creek shaft. IIo was nieht In
spector and wns Instructed to oversea tho
laying ot mo ouck nnu uio packing.
IIo hndjno written specification to follow,
but was given verbal Instructions. Tho
packing wos to bo laid In mortar. Tho
packing over the arch was laid lu mor
He wns nover out of tho tunnel but ono
night dtirltiL' six mouths. Ho paid nar
tlcular attention to thu brick nntl tho
mortar used nnd Inspected theso two
matters very closely. AVltncss, upon
several occasions, found bad work in tho
packing, but always hnd it totn out and
uouo over again.
At 12:15 tho court took a recess until
Upon reassembling, Jerry Morton, a
coloied moitar-iiiixpi'.wns examined, and
was followed by Inspector O'llrlon. In
whoso bailiwick so much b(id work was
louuti, j to saui uiut no cnum not ne
count for It.
Mr. Walter Wellman, formerly with tho
Chicago Jleiulil, and later with tho Tiibunc,
has taU'ii the corrospoudeueo of tho Ameilcau
Press Association for Washington. Hu has
brought bis family to tho city and will become
a peiiuaucut lesMcut.
INDIANS' BLOODY ORGIES.
'ncei Hmcnrcil In Mm llloml of u fllrl
us II (luiliod I'roin Her Wound.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 12. Great ex
citement prevails here over tho report of
a lion lblo crime committed by somo of
tiio ronitiniita of tho old Winnebago
tribe, which formerly wits loented on tho
Winnebago icservation. They were ro
inocd to Nebraska, but mtmhere of
them still ifliiinln in tho vlcinltv. Thu
authorities nic tillable lo compel them to
remain In Nebraska, im the' still cling
to thu memories und associations con
nected with tho reservation.
About 1)00 of them remnlned In Wis
consin, nnd nro mainly self-supporting,
but numbers of the old ones still live by
hunting nntl fishing, nud retain nil their
ohl customs! nnd superstitions, except
where tho Government has compelled
tlicni tn desist. At the commencement
of the bunting season every year. It Is nu
old custom to Indulge In certain cere
monies ami orgies to propitiato Gctehe
manlton, and to procure n good season's
Several of theso still savage ones who
aro llvlugon Prairlo Ipland went over to
Trenton, Wis., and purchased their sup
ply of ammunition, nnd returned with a
goodly supply of lire-water to assist in
tho ceremonies. Tho dances nnd howling
commenced, and tho orgies wero kept up
until a Into hour at night. Finally sev
eral old inendrow to ono side, holding an
nnlmatcd conversation. Tho hunting
seasons hnd been bad, nnd something
must bo done to ptoiiltlato the Great
Finnllv, when nil wcro intoxicated with
tho liquid nnd feverish with excitement,
it young but; k with his huntiug-kiiifo iu
Ins hand jumped into tho center of tho
ring of dancers, and seizing u young gill
by tho hair, dragged her into tho center
and stabbed her several limes In tho
breasts. Ho then dabbled his hands in
tho wiirm blrod which gushed from the.
wounds and smeared it over his face,
which net wns followed by sovcrn.
John Walker, a civilized Indian, told
'Squire Barclay, of this city, of tho hor
rible murder, nnd although tho young
buck escaped, ho Is being hunted lor.
ami tno ponce in nu tuu surrounding
towns hnvo a description of lilm. Tho
greatest excitement prevails, and tho old
ptcjtullcu against tlio Indians Is being
KANSAS FARMERS EXCITT.D-
A DUiigrcralile Frequency of Horse lur
Toi'KK.v, Kan., Nov. 12. Thoro is
great excitement among tho fanners of
Moi ton County over tho wholcsalo horse
stealing which has prevailed thcro for
several days. On Friday tho notorious
Bill Doty, with twolvo other desperadoes,
came up from No Man's Land for tho
purpose of driving off all tho horses in
tiio southern part of tho county. They
began with dipt. Melton's thirteen thor
oughbreds, which wero released from
the stables and started south. F.vory
other farm and ranch In tho neighbor
hood was also raided by this gang.
AVhon thoy roached James Horton's
farm, ho mid his sons showed fight, but
wcro soon overpoworcd aud tied to a
fence, where they remained till night.
Over sixty head of horses In nil wero
captured by tho thloves. With theso tho
thieves on Saturday morning started for
the Oklahoma country. Thoy had gono
but n short distance when thoy wcro
overtaken by n posse of Morton County
fnrmeis. A despernto tight ensued, dur
ing which Ocorgo Hill, ono of tho des
peradoes, was mortally wounded. Tho
outlaws finally got away with twenty-Uvo
Suicide from Jlmpoluloiicy.
Trniti; Haute, I.vn., Nov. 1". Tho wlfo of
Dr. Cooper, a wealthy physician, recently re
moved hero fiom New Harmony, this Stato,
committed suicide yesterday by Laugtug her
self from n door transom. Sho had been much
doprcsscd sluco tho death of her oldest sou
few inonlhs ngo. Sho leaves four children.
An Aimrchlst'i Prediction.
II1100KI.YN, N. Y., Nov. 1-. At tho me
morial mectlugof Anarchists at Labor Lyceum
llnll yoslorday, S. K. Schevltch, of tho VotU
Zcitimg, In tho cotirso of n speech, said: "Iho
tlmo Is not far distant when 100,000 men lu
this country will arise In their might and avengo
tho deaths of tho Chicago Anarchists. Tho
wage-slaves will bring ou a tcnlllc war of
class against class.
AT TUU IIOTULS.
Capt. I. M. Dow, of New York, Is at tho
ltev. Dr. Bralnard, ot Auburn, N. Y., Is at
Hon. Wm. 11. Morrison has returned to
Bishop Win. Pnrot and wife, ol Maryland,
nro at tho Kbbltt.
F. M. Adams.a wcll-kuonu lawyer ot New
York, Is at tho Kbbltt.
(icn. William .Mahono and Col. Lamb, Nor
folk, uro at Chainberlln's.
r.. C. Morrlesou nud Miss Morrlcson, of
Loudon, Kugland, nro ut tho Arlington.
C. G. Patterson, ot Boston, a well-known
railroad olliclal, Is nt Wlllurd's.
S. 1). Vorls, of Louisville, a largo marble
dealer und contractor, Is at Wlllnrd's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Olllffe, ot Now York,
nud 1 ta i nl til Moigan, of Philadelphia, aro at
11. J. Anthony and Chas. B. Corey, of Bos
ton, and llou. C. S. Boardsloy, of Now York,
uro at Wlllard's.
Win. Slovens Perry, Bishop of Iowa, ac
companied by his wlfo aud daughter, aro at
J. S. Hcnly, of Now York; T. J. Sullivan, ot
Albany, aud Georgo Wadsworth, of Buffalo,
aro nt tho Arlington.
Miss Bello WlUnu, who Is to marry Mr.
Hcihert,of tlio British Legation, has arrived at
tho Hotel Aino.
Francis Foibcs, of Now York, and W. Bako
wcll, of Pittoburg, nnd Harold M. So well, ot
Samoa, aro at Woruiley's. .j
Mrs; W. E. Mooro aud dailghtor, of Helena
Ark., are at the Kbbltt. Mrs. Mooro
nud daughter aro woll known In social cir
cles here, whero thoy spent tho past winter.
The Chlcugn Murl.et.
Chicago, Nov. 1'). Opening, 9:30 a. ni.
Wheat-Dec, 1131; Jan., 111J; May, 11SJ
Coru-Nov., -101; Dec. 80J; Jan., 1181; May,
aujj. Oats Nov., 'Si; Dec, li5J; Jan.,
; May, KIJC4S9i. Folk Ian., $14.b0; -May,
$15,135. Laid-Nov., I&SJI; Jan., $.$.15.
Short ribs Jan., $7.50.
Tlio AViislilngtoii Hloohs,
Miscellaneous Bonds W. it G. It. IJ.. 110J;
MukouIo Hall Ass'u, 100; Wash. Market Co.,
Ill; Wash. LlgUt Infantry, 1st, 92; Wash.
Light Infantry, W- : Wash. Gai light
Co.. 1SJ. " ,
National Bank Stocks Dank ot Washing
ton, 'JOS; Bank of Itepiibllc, 10U; Metropolitan,
'J10; Central, HOI; Second, 1371; Farmers' ami
Mechanics', 100; Citizens', r.3; Columbia.
Hallroad Stocks- -Washington and George
town, Ull; Metropolitan, 10S; Columbia, ai;
Cap. & Noilli O St., U."; Anacostln, 10.
Iiistirancu Stocks Flicmeu's, US; Franklin,
flOJ; Mctionolitan, 7J; Natloual Union, 103;
Arlington, IK; Corcoran, 00; Columbia, 13j;
German Amoiican, 153; Potomac, 03); lllggs,
Gas aud Ulectrlc Light Stocks Washington
fins, 411; Georgetown Gas, -tli; U. S. Klectrll
Telephone Stocks Chesapeake & Potomac,
.Miscellaneous Stocks Washington Market
Co., HI; Washington Brick Maehluo Co., 100;
National Press Brick Co., ; Groat Falls Ice
Co., 1!V3; Bull lluu Panorama Co, 101; Ileal
Kstnto T'ltlo Insurance Co., 117; Columbia,
Title Insurance Co., 63; N'ntlob! Sato De
posit Co,,; American (iraphophoue Co., 131,
Local Wi'iithur Indications.
Fair; slightly warmer; vjrlablo winds,
Tuuiieiutmcto Unyi on iu., 50; la mB-l:
3p, m., pU.