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I.ATT nEI'AliniKST NiMH.
Tub l'linsltiRvr CtWAi. A delegation
from tlio ttiureli ot tlio Most Holy Hcdcemci,
of Now York, to-day presented Mr. Clovelaud
with n ctuio voted to lilm at n recant church
A Matter or Vouu. Sergeant Henry S.
llldson, U. S. A. (rotlrcd), has been ills
charged tlio ncrvleo of Ida United States, to
tuku etTept November 15, tu cnablo lilin to reJ
cnier tho service by enlistment In the Fourth
roSTOfKICIS ULPAIITMRNT Al'I'OlNTMENTS.
Miss Mndita M Hlumcnbcrg lias been ap
pointed n clerk In Class I), Dead Letter Ofllce,
Postolllco Department. Mr. M. 1'. Cannll has
lie ii appointed it clerk In Class K, olllco of
1'lrst Assistant 1'ostmastcr.Gcuornl.
CoMMlSSUlV HKllflBANT SEVlLKlt TO LliAVE.
Commissary Sergeant Adolph Lender (ap
pointed from sergeant major, Thlril Artillery,
VrtVfimhnp H. 1RSH1. nnw nt tlio WuMllliL'tnn
itat-ninLa. hn Imhm illwetpd to nrneeiMl to I
Fort Coucho, Tuxjs, and report by December
1 tu tlio commanding ofllecr of that post to ro
Hero Commissary Sergeant Charles l'apoii.
Ykm.ow Feveii Iteming Tlio following
Information from tho yellow fever districts has
been received at tho Marine Hospital llurcaui
Camp Perry reports 4 new cases and nno
death at Enterprise yesterday. Jacksonville
reports, now cases, 115; deaths, S total cases
4,514; deaths, 3S8. l'atlonts at St. Luke, 15;
Sand Hills, 2. Iho prcsldnt of tho board of
ltcnlth of Madison County has quarantined
Inspection or Siosal SniiviCc Stations.
Second I.lcut. William D. Wright, f tho Sig
nal Corps, has been ordered to nuko a thor
ough Inspection of tho following SlgnilSor
vlco stations: llostoti, Mass.; Manchester, N.
II.; Portland and Lastport, Mo.; Northlleld,
Vt.; Albany, N. Y.; New Haven and New
London, Conn.; Nantucket and Vineyard
Haven, Mass. Lieut. Wright Is authorized to
Inspect anil to conilcmu ami destroy any
worthless property found at tho stallous.
Late AiiMr Nr.w a. Tlio resignation of
Second Lieut. Thomas W. Hall, Tenth Cav
alry, has becu accepted by tho President, to
take effect January 1. Capt, Ferdinand E.
Do Conroy, "thirteenth Infantry, has been
granted lcavo of ahseoco for ouo year, with
permission to go beyond tho sea. 1 Irst Lieut,
llcury J. Goldman, Fifth Cavalry, will report
to Col. C buries Sutherland, president of tho
Army Retiring Bon id at Governor's Island,
N. i., for examination by tbo boaid.
Local Patents Issued. Patents wcro
granted resident of the District to-day as fol
lows; Joseph S. Coolldgo, harness attach
ment; Henry M. Dexter, advertising or
order desk; Charles 1. Hadley,
mauufactuilng graphophono tablets; Charles
II. Head, Jr., and A, M. Coyle, speed
rovcruor for elovator; Paul P. Itlckciibackcr,
Einko block; William E. Smith, bicycle;
Charles S. Talntcr, mountings for diaphragms
for acoustical Instruments.
Minor mill l'ernonul.
Tho national bank notes received to-day by
tho Treasurer for redemption amount to
Carpenter II. It, Phllbrlck has been ordered
to tbo receiving-ship Now Hampshire.
Tim DISTRICT (IQVEKXMKXT.
Intcndent Stoutcnburg, of tho Washington
Asvlum, recently Informed tbo Commissioners
that ho Is often called upon to caro for In
sane pauper criminals, vhtlo tho Institution Is
entirely unlit for such a purpose. Ho sug
gested that they bo sent to jail, w hero they
could bo plvm separate cells. Warden
Crocker and Dr. McWIIIIamsbavo written tho
Commissioners, stating that It would require
an act of Conorest to clvo tlicm power to
commit pcoplo to jaU. They also stato that a
common Jail Is tho worst placo in tho world to
put Insane persons into.
Tho Commissioners will remit tbo tat
on tho personal estate of tho lato J. C.
McGulrc, becauso his heirs liro In Louisville,
Ky Maryland and Now York, and ho died
shortly after the j early assessment was uiado.
Engineer Commissioner Raymond will visit
New York city and Inspect tho underground
conduits for electric wires.
Thocontiactto erect a four-room school
building on Seventh strcot road has been
nwatdcd to William Itothwcll.
A petition has been tiled requesting tbo
tbo Commissioners to put Virginia avenue,
from Seventeenth street west, on tho
schedulo for improvements next year.
Iho names of 180 prdfiorty owners nud resl-,
dents of Auacostla am' attached to a petition
filed with tho Commissioners asking that tho
number of saloons on Bridge street, nt tho
junction of Monroe and Harrison 6treots, bo
I educed. The petition states that being at tho
entranco of tbo village, they greatly hinder dc-
urauio persons irom locating uicru.
Tho Commissioners have allowed $1,500 to
the Night Lodging House, to which amount
tho Flist Auditor holds thoy aio lltnltud,
They have decided, howotcr. to pay bills
amounting to 100 ou( of tho appioprlatlons
for tho relief of tho poor, provided tho bills
uro mado special.
Tho Commissioners huvo refused tho 10
juest of J. II. Colo to ho permitted tp station
u canal boat in James Cicck Canal southwest,
to bo used as a photograph gallery.
A public gas-lamp will bo erected at North
Capitol and K streets.
Dono on tlio
Tho report on tho Improvement, of tho
Potomac lllver for tho mouth of October
luis liccn mado by Col. Hnlns to tho
War Department. Work connected with
tho constitution of tho reservoir outlet
was continued. One of thucolTunlnnisof
tho wing-walls on Iho un-aticnin side for
tho structure was completed. At tho
closo of tho month the gate sills and ono
courso of the pier and abutment masonry
had been laid and tho second courbo
Dredging and embankment by hired dredges
was continued, tour machines were cm
ployed aUmt 715 hours. It it estimated that
they ecaattd and deposited in tho aggre
gate about (JO,40O cubic yards ot material.
Proposal for dredging, and for dredging and
embankment, Invited by publlcaihertleemont,
were opened on tho 10th, and tbo following
awards mado; For about 1,200,000 cubic
lords of dredging, tho materia' to bo depos
ited on Sec. Ill, to tho California Hydraulic
Pledging and lleclamatlon Co., at l'-Ji cents;
for about '150,000 cublo yaide, class A, to
Heniy Wilson, Hi cents per cublo ,nid; and
for about 00,000 cubic urds, class 1), to
Thomas P. Morgan, at 2 cents per cubic
Tho channel between Georgctonn and (lies
boro Point has beeu dredged from 1150 to 550
feet wldo mid twenty feet deep. All the ma
terial Is being deposited on tbo flats, and up to
tbo present timo about 514 acres havo beiu re
claimed. Of tho 12,000,000 cubic yards required to (111
Ilia lints to tho required height thcie has beeu
deposited on them about 0,11-11,000 cubic yards.
llio l'roo llrlilga.
Tl.o operations during October on tho now
Acnueductllrldcc consisted of a small amount
of work In touncctlon with tho gutter ou tha
down-stream sldo ot tho south approach, found
to bo necessary upon tho completion of tho
Tho leport on tho. work at tho Eastern
Urancli Urldgo was also submitted by Col.
'1 he formation of tho southern emhaukmcut
for the eastern approach was resumed ou tlio
llth of October and was continued during tbo
month, fair progress being made. Tho con
st nation of the cofferdam around tho founda
tion of pier A. of tho modern design, has pio
gressod veiy slowly, owing to tho Unlay In tho
'uriUal of machinery necessary fortlic work.
Alter nearly a month's delay, duo to tho
failure of thocontriiclors to procure mateilal,
tli6 construction of tho concrote foundation
of tho west abutment was bejun ou tbo illst.
It if'iould hato boon comploted before that
iiatdnstrad of just being coinincuccd. 'Iho
faco stono for tbo west abutment will bo
placed In position as soon an tho foundation Is
Tho erection of Iron wprk was begun ou tho
10th on span 19, alter coutldcrnhlo delay,
oauawl by having to await tho antval of certain
of tho uieinherB. Tlio trusses wero erected
from falsuwarks uud wuio swung on tho U'Jth,
On tbo wholo progress has been remarkably
low.'and shows a lack of business manage
Bitut ou tho pait of tlio contractor
Holy Communion at tho Church of tho
Epiphany This Morning.
BISHOP WHIPPLE PREACHES A SERMON
Annual Medline," of tlio Kplscopul
In the Ascension Church nt o'clock
yesterday afternoon, the twenty-ninth
annual session of Iho American Church
Missionary Society, wlitcli Is auxiliary
to tlio General Hoard of Missions of the
Episcopal Church, began its session in
thu lecturo room of tho Church with Hcv.
Dr. Williams, of Christ church, Jlalll
moro in tlio chnir. Tho nttendnnca wns
very smiill. The Churnh .MUslnn So
ctety rcprccnlH Iho Tjow Church or Kvitu
gellcal jiaily In thu Episcopal Church.
Tho Hoclety is, as stated, auxiliary to
tho general board. An effort Is on foot
to separate the two, uud dining tho pro
ceedings yesterday tho question of sepa
ration as made p.irt ot every discussion.
Tho annual report of tho Kxecutivo
Committeo wns read by thu general sec
retary, Rev. Willlnm A. Newbold. After
tho reading of the report tho secretary
read a series of resolutions providing for
meetings in the principal cities to piesent
tlio cause ot tno society, rue resolutions
were discussed at length and finally
llev. Pr. I. Ni Stangor, of Cincinnati;
Kov. Dr. J. Yj. Gritnminr, of Hnltiiumc,
nnd Mr. W. II. Ncllson, of Now .Tertoy,
wlio wcro nppointed a committeo on
nominations, reported in favor of tho
election of tho following officers nnd the
report was adopted:
President, Hon. John W. Andrew, LL. D.,
Honorary vice presidents Ht. Hovs. G. T.
lledell, D.l).; T. 11. Vail. D. D. LL. U.; I'.N.
Whittle, 1). U LL. D.; O. W. Whlttakcr, D
I).; Thomas A. Saggar, 1). D.; (ieorgo W.
Petcrkln, I). U.; A. M. P.andolph, I). U.; J. A.
Paddock, D. 1).; M. A. DoWolf Howe, 1). D.,
LL. 1).; Georgo Wortblngton, S.T. U., LL.
I).: M. N. Gilbert, 8. T. I).; II. II. Whipple, I).
I).; E. S. Thomas, U. 1).; T. N. Dudley, 1). 1).;
N. S. ltullsou, V. D.
Vlco presidents Itcv. K. T. Perkins, V. L;
llev. T. F. Kales, Hon. II. W. ShefTey, Henry
II. Itcuwlck, esq., ltuv. 1). It. Goodwin, 1. D
LL. 1).; treasurer, Ilcmy A. Oakley, esq.;
secretary, llev. H. C. llootli.
Executive Committeo llev. Phillips Hrooks,
I). I)';llov. J. A. Asplnwall, Itcv. William
11. Nelson, 1). 1). ; Kev. It. A. Edwards, Itcv.
W. F. Watklns, 1). .; Hcv. W. X, McVlcar,
U. 1). : Kev. Itccso F. Alson, I). I). ; Itov. J.
P. Hubbard, Itov. Henry L. Jonos, Itov. I.
wewtou stanger, u. u. ; Jion. jouii i. ah
drons. 1.11).; Henry A. Oaklej, Itcv. It.
C. Booth, Hon. F. It. llrunt. John Noblo
Stearns, Alexander Hrown, L. U. Henry, 1". C.
Cautlno, It, M. Oddlc, William II. Thomas,
Jr. ; William Waterall, William 1J. Whiting
and F. A. Black.
A resolution, approving and Indorsing
tho work dono in Cuba, introduced by
Itov. D. Mattlock, of Philadelphia,
evoked considerable discussion on tho
general policy ot tho society. Tho reso
lution was adopted, and tlio meeting ad
journed until !5 o'clock to-day.
At tlio oxecutivo meeting, held in tho
Colonization building, Four-and-a-half
street and Pennsylvania avenue, yester
day afternoon, tho reports ot tho com
mission having charge of the work among
tho colored people wcro discussed,
There wruxanmcuting preliminary to
tho council at tho Kpiphnny Chinch last
cvcnhts'PK3Jd.odovcrby Hlsliop Paret,
bf this diocese. Addresses ucro mado
bv HUhop Tuttlc, of Missouil, Bishop
G'llbcrt. of Minnesota, and Itov. Dr. F.
A. lkadluy, of Brooklyn.
Tlut Council Tii.Diiy,
The great Missionary Council met at
tho Epiphany Church at 10;!)0 this morn
ing, and tho piocecdings wcro oponcd
with the Communion service. Tho
church was packed to ovetflowing. tlio
ladles being in tno majority, tno iront
part of tho church as lescrved for
members of tho council, and nearly all
tho seats wcro filled with tlio clergy and
laity. In tho tear of tho church tho
congregation wcro mado up of members
of the vanous Episcopal churches in
The services wcro bepun by Bishop
Patet, taking his btation in front of tho
altar. Bishop Paret read tho ante Com
munion scivico, Blshon Scarborough, of
New Jersey, read tho Epistle and Bishop
Tuttlo of Missouri read tho Gospel.
Bishop Whipple, of Minnesota, tho
picachcrof the morning, U of medium
height, clcnu shaven faco and slightly
Mr. Bishop Is an earnest talker and
hold tho attention of his amllonco to tlio
closo of his bermon. IIo began his ic
marks by saying this was a nilsblouaiy
ago. IIo tlit'ii ppoko of tho work per
founed by tho lnlssionailcs In Japan,
China, Alilca and among thu Indians.
After the bermon a collection was
taken up for foreign and domestic mis
sions, which wns followed by Holy Com
munion, Bishop Paret administered tho
communion, assisted by Bishops "Whlt
takcr, of Pennsylvania; Natson, of
ijaslcrn Noith Cniollnn, and Thompson,
After the service Itov. Mr. Langford
uiinounccd that tho council w ouhl bo
called to order and tho pioccedlnga
A few minutes before 1 o'clock Bishop
Wllllanis, of Connecticut, called tho
council to order.
Kov. Mr. Langford, sccictnry of tho
Board of Missions, began tho roll-call,
nt the conclusion of which thu council
took aioccss till 2.110 o'clock.
IU KlRhtll Annual benalon.
'Iho olghth iiunual session of tlio Bethel Lit
erary nnd Historical Association will ho held
this ovenlnc at tho Metropolitan A. M. 1.
Church, T ho Itcv. V. A. Sinclair will rend a
paper entitled "Tho Southoru l'robloin ami
tho Hrlntlon of tho Chinch to It," iind a ucu
crul dlecu6sloii of the subject will ensue.
'Iho Maryland Democratic Association
held u largo mhI cheerful meeting hii-t nlidit.
1 he nssocmtlon sent away to tho polls hetuccn
700 and 800 voters.
Charles Allinan, a young man ot about Si
years, was arrested una lodged tu llio 'twelfth
Hi rent Station lust night, ch.irged by his
brother of robhlne his father, a carpenter, of
Circuit Court, JuMIci) Cox,
Itced vs. (ilhhius; verdict for plaintiff $100.
Dowult vs. Colonna. Ooodjcnr vs. Klllcon;
motion for now trial tiled. Honors, Hnilth &
Co. vs. Jurhoo; Judgment by default,
Kiliiltr Couit JiihIIcii Cut,
t'clinecl; vs. Itlddlc; ituudall Ilugucr ap
pointed recelcr, vlco J. M. Johnston, In 10
llouldm writ; do lunutlco lumilrcndo ordered
Nolen vs. Nolcnj divorce granted. Jn ro
Martha A. (illlllaud, lunatic; auditor's report
continued. SMdmoro vs. Sands; pro conlesso
ordered. McKeunoy v. McKuiuj; pro con
fetsonrdorcd. Harrington vs. Oiecii: V. A,
belt admitted party complainant. Latham vs.
Latham; testimony before C, Inglo, examiner,
I'reimrlni; Ills ltuport,
Congrotsmau .lames Anderson, of Kansas,
Is In tho city. Ho came hero to prepare tlio
report ou tho licaillug strike lurcsllgatlon,
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WASIICSTGrTCXSr, TUESDAY EVIiTSriNGr, 'NOVElMHEtt Vi, 1SSS.
CAN KKVOKK A I'ATKXT-
Tlio tlmoriimpnt'n l'liwer Dolliiod by tlio
Tho Suptomo Couit of tlio United
Stales, by Us decision in the Bell Tele
phone case, lias established a memorable
precedent. The case was on heating on
nh appeal by tho Government f'n a
decision ot Iho Ciicult Court in Massa
chusetts. Solicitor General .lenks, acting
as Attorney General, brought suit In
equity In that court to havo tho Bell
Company's patent cancelled ami declatcd
null and void on tho giound that it was
procured by fraud nnd that Boll was
not tho first inventor of tlio telephone.
Tho Bell Company, waiving for timo
any nnswer to tho allegations mado Jin
the Government's bill In equity, filed a
demurrer, In which thoy assorted that
Iho United Slates hnd no right in tho nb
seneo of n specific statute granting that
power to bring a Suit to cancel a patent
for an Invention.
They declared that such ji suit could
only be brought byajnlvato party and
not by the Government, The Circuit
Court sustained tho Bell Company's do
muircr nnd refused to entertain the
Government's bill. From that decision
the United States took an appeal to the
Supremo Com t, which ycstcrday,through
Justice Miller, rcvorscd thu decision of
tho lower court in a long and elaborate
Justice Miller said thnt thero was no
question that an individual had a right
to judicially scftk rcdiess for a wtong
committed against him. and vet it was
contended that tlio United Slates, tho
reprcsonlntlvo of 150,000.000 of people,
could do nothing In their bchnli. The
pntent system, ho said, wns dorived from
tho same clauso in tlio Constitution as
that lelatlng to public lands.
Ono person might bring suit against
the holder of n patent and obtain judg
ment in that pattlcular case, and yet
other parties who subsequently brought
suit Vpuld to unablo to bring proof.
Tho Government alone had tho power to
bring a suit which would finally settle
the whole matter.
A IIOTKh IX AX Ul'KOAK.
A Thlof XVlio Thought He XVns
Hut Wii4 Nearly Captured
Mr. Joseph McNamnra, of Philadel
phia, went to his room, No. 171, in the
Metiopollluu Hotel, yesterday after din
ner nnd found a man in his room.
"Hello 1 what aio you after V askod
"I'm ilxiug tho electric bell," an
swered tho interloper.
Now Mr. McNamata has two good
eyes in his head nnd ho lciuembcred that
when ho wanted ice water iho night be
fore tho bell that ho rang wns worked by
pulling Instead of pushing; that it was
tho old-fashioned bcl pull. Instead of tho
moio modern electric bell thnt works
willl a push button.
The man in tho room seemed to guess
Mr. McNamara's incredulity and said:
"If you don't bcllovo mo go down to
tlio oilico with me and I'll provo it."
They started for tho olllco together,
but just as thoy got to tho stairway tho
stranger mado a break and ran up Btalrs
-Mr. McKninnrii shouted. "Thief 1
thief 1" and tho boll boys and portera
echoed tho crv, and for a few minutes
thero was unlimited uproar and con
fusioiiuud through all of it tho hunted
Hc'entcred'tliD room by means of a
false koy, and It was Iho only room tam
Tho attempt was undoubtedly mado by
a piofesslonal, nnd a clover one, too;
peruaps oy tno snran ono wtio got .urs;
Davis's diamonds from her room
Arlington, nud has not been
All tlio Saloons on II Street, Capitol Hill,
Close Their Doors.
Thcie lias been a veritable prohibition
on B street, Capitol Hill, for soino
monthb, nnd all of tho saloons have been
closed between First and Second streets
southeast, facing tlio Libiary Square.
The prohibition has been raised by tlio
granting of a bar-room llccnso to James
J'oy, of 103 B street. A greater effott
was mado on tho part of the tempcrnuco
peoplo to closo these saloons than on any
other stieet, except, perhaps, John
Brosnan's placo, at Second and G streets.
There wns no particular objection to
the saloons or tho manner in which they
wero conducted, but tlio licenses were re
fused because n Httillctent number of
propci ty owners and housekeepers would
not sign tlio application. Mr. Foy has
overcome this diliicully and received his
UKVIVIXU THE "KIU'UBMCAX."
Tlio Administration to lio Supplied With
Washington, Nov. 12. Ono of tho
fiist results of tho election is likely to bo
tho rovlving of tho National Republican.
When it wns consolidated with Tun
Washington Post in tho spring, it io
tallied its weekly issuo under tho editor
ship of Mr. J-3. W. Pox.
Although The Post nnd the StavXiKvc a
cast-iron contract with tho Associated
Picss and tho United Picss, yet, by
holding on to the wcokly issue, tho Na
tional Republican retained homo news1
rights. It is hardly likoly that tho Ad
ministration will ito without an organ
hero at AVnshington, and It is biirmlscd
that if thero is not wit enough in tlio
itopulilicnu press of tho coutitiy to got
around or over the agreement with tho
two press associations, another nssoela
tlon, or tho shadow of ono, will bo
Hut Hcpubllcnn nowspapers in 'Wash
ington huvo always hnd a sad end. Thoy
havo been tiled with good editors and
bad editors, and uo editors at all, and
havo alwavs failed. Fomcthncs tlio Re
publican jias been a good newspaper, but
ii. o expenses havo eatenupauiuoproiits.
Again, it haB been a bad newspaper, and
nobody would cither buy it or tcud it, or
advertiso In it.
AVnshlngton's geographical position
makes It a Democratic town, and it
shows it by uovcr supporting a Republi
Old stagors, Uko Senator Chandler,
who at ouo timo put up fcUO.OOO to keep tho
Republican from going under, tako a very
philosophical view ot it. Thoy don't
opoet tho Republican lo make money,
but thov uxpect It to lose as little ns pos
slblo. Tlieio will he enough money
forthcoming, If tlio lions end of tho at
fair can bo arranged, to ielvo the paper
and kcop it going as an organ. 1. Y.
Tho not i r.'id.
Miss Maud Fair rodo In a wheelbarrow from
hor homo on Sixth slrcot, on Capitol Hill, to
thu Last Capitol stieet pu6tolllco and back,
boforo a crowd of In tho neighborhood of a
thousaud peoplo last nlgM. Joseph Mont
gomery, in awhito Ihimiel suit, propelled tho
turrow, In payment of uu election bet. iully
600 peisout witnessed the peiformanco.
EAGER TO MEET HIS
Joseph Chambarlain'3 Gallant
Run for tho Train,
OOSSIP ABOUT THE COMING EVENT.
Miss i;nillc(itt to Iliivo I'rcsonls 11 kh mid
Hon. Josoph Chamborlain, to whom
Miss Mnry Endlcott, daughter ot llio Sec
retary of War, is to bo married shortly,
nrrlvcd in Ibis city last night fioin New
York. Ho icached Now York city yes
terday morning, having cotno from Eng
land on tbo Aurnnla, where hit had regis
tered ns Joseph Mayeock. Mr. Cham
berlain wore a high silk hat and a long
English overcoat, heavily tilmmcd with
nstraklian. In ono oyo wns stuck his
slngto glass, nnd ho carried n Utile stick.
Tho big ship camo slowly along and
snubbed gently against tlio corner ot tho
National Lino" pier, which is next below
the Cunard pier, for llio purpose, ovi
dently, of rounding Into her dock. But
ns tho ship touched tho pier a couple of
sailors lowered down her side an exten
sion ladder, and down this tripped Mr.
Chamberlain with the stop of a bride
groom. Tho Englishmen on llio ship
clicerccl mitt when no reaencu tno pier,
and though Mr. Clinmbcilnin was evi
dently in a great hurry, ho turned and
touched his hat, bowing at llio saino
Mr. Chnmbeihiiu wns very anxious to
catch the 10 o'clock limited cpiess on
the Pennsylvania Railroad, and he had
prevailed upon Capt. llaln, of tho
Aurnnla, to let him over tho sido on the
National Lino plor, so ns to gain half an
hour or i-o. Mr. Chamberlain walked up
tho National Lino pier at a very inpld
pace, and wlicu ho left It at tho main en
tranco ho btartcd on a rapid run to tho
Dcsbrosscs street ferry.
It is nine blocks to tho ferry fiom the
National pier, and Mr. Chamberlain had
mighty fow minutes to go them in. Ho
legged it along like n good fellow, but
alas, found nil his clambering nnd luu
nlugtobo in vain. Tlio boat which
connects with tho limited express wns
just leaving her slip as Mr. Chamberlain
icached tho ferry. He had thciefoio to
go to a hotel and wait for tho 2 o'clock
train for Washington. Secretary Endl
cott met him nt tho station and drovo
him to his residence, which lie left some
limo after for the Arno, where a suite of
rooms had been propnrcd for him.
Ho declined to see anv newspaper men
or to discuss tho approaching social event.
It Is said that thu wedding will take placo
at St. John's P. E. Cliuich. Otlieis de
rlniothatltis to bo n house-wedding.
Tho wedding will bo vcrv quiet, at all
events, and only a fow will bo invited to
witness tho ceremony. No formal in
vitutions will bo Issued, nnd only a few
relatives from Boston and the J'resiucni
nnd Mrs. Clovolaud, tho mcmbeis of the
Cabinet and their wives and a fow high
officials will ho present. Miss Endlcott
will wear a traveling gown. It is baiely
possible that Mr. Chamberlain and his
chai ming bride may remain in tho United
Statesa short time, paying n t-cilcs of
family visits, and axrivu in England
shortly boforo Christinas.
Comlnc to the tVedillilR.
Tho wcddlnp will bo w Ithout pomp
nnd display becahto of moiirjdng in tho.
family, two near relatives having uied
within a year. Miss Clara Payson, of
Slcm, who will bo present, Is a cousin
of tho bride; Mrs. KnoVltt Scats, ot Bos
ton, is an aunt; Mrs. William Mason, ot
Boston, is an aunt, both being sisters of
Mrs. Endlcott, and Mrs. George Dexter,
of Longwood, Is u sister of bccieiaiy r-.n-dlcott.
Tho Salem relatives say that
tho wedding tour in this country will be
of seven days' dilution, nnd. will not in
clude n trip to Snlem.
Miss Endlcott has already lcceived a
largo number of valuable presents, in
cluding n diamond nnd supphiroeicsccnt
for her hair, n pair of diamond and sap
phire bracolcta and a diamond ring. Her
father has given her a diamond descent
in addition to her personal outfit, in
cluding bovon costly dresses, made b'
Woith, of Paris. She will carry to her
homo in Princess Gnrdon, London, a.
comuloto nssortment of household linen,
each aitlclo delicately onibroidered with
her initials. This is in aecoi dance with
tho old Puritan custom, when tho con
tents of tho linen-chest prcpaicd for tho
bildo wero by fav the most impoitant
part of tho tiousc.ut nnd lasted for gen
erations ns an licit loom. ...
Mr. Chamberlain has given her tho
diamond nnd sapphire cicccnt for her
hnlr, a pair of diamond mud sapphire
bracelets, and a diamond ling.
Tho K. of L. Coiivontlon.
iNm.VNAroi.is, Isd., Nov, 111. Mr. Vow
dcrly called tho K. of L. Convention to order
at 10:15 a. in.
After tho report on credentials, tho appoint
ment of various committees Is Iu order, and
tho reports and recommendations of these
bodies will bo tho pifnclpal -ork of tho as
sembly. Mr, flUuur's 1'rlMito Secretary,
The troubles of Coiigicssuiau GIoer nnd
his formor private secretary, John II. tiraham,
that resulted fu tho former, swearing out a
warrautfor tho latter for dlsordci and another
by tho latter for the former for perjury in
the first case wcio renewed lu thu l'ollco Couit
this morning. Mr, Olovoi was there aud ready
for trial, hut tho case was continued till Sat
urday ou account of tho absence of wltucsjCus
from tho clt) j-
Auilttlni; tho Account.
Tho Jockey Club and Pair Association both
met last night, but little Imstueus was douu
6avo tho auditing ot hllU dnemied by tho
nicotine. About $7,000 wusjj-cnllcul by tho
fall meeting. m
Judgo Cov to-day granted ad! oreo todraco
Nolan from her huaband, ou tho ground of
cruelty nud threats. They wero married Sep
tember 13, lfeSy. Sua also accused lilm of
Wheelmen Who 1'araile.
AVhcolmcn Intcudlng to take part In to-morrow-
nlghf parndo will icudexvous at fourth
nnd F strcots nt 7 o'clock, thero lanterns will
- " n-
Konl i:tuto TrniisriTK.
Anna M. Stlcbelhig to g. ij Uuppert, ),500,
part lot 0, squiro 1 1!. ;t
Llliabelli II. Scheuck, St.tr,-,, sublet l'jo,
square 1,(KI3. f
I). M. Ogdentoll. W.Tyler ct id.,?l,0ls.WI,
lot 1 and part lot 2. square i ill)"
heighten ,fc I'aho, trustees, to i'lilllp II.
Muller, $150, lots 11 aud -1, block 2u, "lhooU
Kdward O. Green to John , Sinter, $tH0,
lota 63 and 51, block II, "CottJuo Hill "
Mellaril T. I'cttU tu Urahuiii 11 Warner,
fi0l?l?J' W rx vr lll0 . 0 '"'
'JO, !, 'JO, block 5, sub of "Jlcuo Nurioi's
Jin wl M,clc,ul0 ' nV,J? Ellxabctu lliiiieiit,
. $o00, part lot o.nuaiq'JU, ,
AX AMK111UAX SACKVIh'irMVIlSl'.
Iiii1ri) Doimy, llio Adviser of tlio King of
Col imi, In Troiiblit,
Dliyi(ch to Hit .Vtic i'orl HtraMt
WAsnt.YiiroN, Nov. lU. Judge O. N,
Denny, the American adviser to tho
King of Coiim, is fin trouble. Judge
Denny formerly occupied tho position of
United States Consul Genei al nt Shanghai.
Ho was appointed from Oregon, nnd is
widely known on tho Pacific Coast. Dur
ing tho Aithur Administration Judgo
Denny found himself out of a job. Tho
Corcan King nbotttthat timo was looking
for a competent person to act as his legal
Ho preferred nu American, inasmuch
as America is tlio only ilrst-clnss power
which is not intriguing for advantage In
tho East, and the lenresentatlvo thus
chosen, being fieo fiom alt entangling
nlliantcs, would be tho most fitting se
lection that could bo made. TlieChlneto
Government was nnxlous that Judge
Denny should accept tho place, which,
without much solicitation, ho did.
Tho salary wns 18,000 n year, whllo
tho lank and dignity conferred wero sec
ond only to those of his royal master.
Things ran smoothly for a wlillo, but in
nu evil moment Judgo Denny committed
tho folly of writing a letter to Senator
.Mitchell, of cm-iron. It was a very
voluinlnousdocument. It was filled with
abuse of China and Chlneso olliclals. It
related with great substantiality an In
famous plot on the part or Li Hung
Chang, tho Chinese Viceroy, to murder
tlio Corcan King and Install as regent a
man who would servo ns the pliant tool
of tho Poking Government.
Tho letter proved conclusively, from
tho wilter's standpoint at least, that
Corea, so far fiom being n vassal of
China, was in reality quite as independ
ent as Japan. All ttieso nud many other
tilings equally iirilntlng to the Chlneso
tho letter included.
On the -1th of last August tho Herald
printed i two column nbsttaet of the let
ter. The paper found its way to China,
through tlio slow course nt tho mails,
and it cieatcd, as might havo been ox
peeted, a genuine sensatioti. To-dav the
telegraph announces that Li Hung
Chang, who came In for bo large n share
of the American adviser's abuse, lias de
manded of the Corcan King Judgo Don
It is said at tbo Statu Department,
where tho matter seems to bo thoroughly
undetstood, that tho Viceroy's request
will be speedily complied with, if this
has not already been done. The Coreaus,
If tlio State Depaitment advices aro cor
rect, mo already dissatisfied with Judgo
Denny. Tlio storv which reaches hero
tliumgh diplomatic channels Is that ho
has used his position to Ingiatinto him
self witli tlio Ituvilan Government, for
whom ho has seemed an important Had
ing concession along Iho northern front
ier of Corca.
Other ovidonccs of tho Judgo's desiro
to ouvnnco ins personal interests havo
i;uuiu iu ngui. in various iicnous,
and the Viceroy's demand will furnish
tho Corcans tho opportunity for which
they havo so long been wailing to rid
themselves of him. Hut for his unfortu
nato letter Judgo Denny might have re
mained sccuro In his present placo for
Tho understanding at the State Do
paitment is that Jlr. Hindi A, Dltis
more, the American Minister to Corea,
will bo selected to succeed Judgo Denny.
Air. Dlnsmorovns unpointed from Ar
kansas by the picseitt Administration.
Till! l'HESIIIKXT'S TKlbi.
.Opinion Uonerally I'lieoraljlo for Kxtrml-
Nnw Yonic, Nov. 13. The Herald tills
moining devotes an entire page to tho
e.picbsion of opinion of prominent men
upon the question of extending tlio term
of office of tlio President of tho United
Suites to sovcu or eight years. It is
claimed that tliosbrinkago in tho Inter
nal commerce unit business of thu coun
try during tho past four months, traco
able to tbo appiebonsion, excitement and
other conditions dependent upon tho
Presidential campaigns amounts to not
less than f.300.000,000.
Tho Herald argues that this and other
reasons advanced. Justifies the extension
of tlio term oft thu Presidential olllco.
Among othcis quoted ns favoring an ex
tension nro Chauncev 31, Depew nnd Sid
noy Dillon, both of whom think six
years as about tho proper length of timo
lor which a President should bo elected,
who snccmis (jiiKvrjiAXD?
lliiiio ApiiIkullon lor u l'lnco In llio
Ainu i Iran Artnoomtlon.
Cincinnati, Nov. 111. At an informal
meeting of tho American llasoball As
sociation held Hero yostculay it was
agreed to lnakolho percontngo system a
law; Ihlting clubs to locelvo ''o per cent,
of tbo gross receipts. It was also do
teimluedto shot ten tho chnmpioiKshlp
.season. Thico applications from cities,
not yet mado known, wero received for
tho vacancy made by tho withdrawal of
the Cleveland Club.
Acclilfiit on tho Jornny Continl,
AVj.sr liritiuiN, N. J., Nov. Hi Whllo a
freight tialu on the Nownik and Now Yor
branch ot tho Now Jcrioy Central liallioad
wr.s passing ocr tho bridge hoio to-day tho
bridge coIUpmhI, w locking tho outlio train.
Travel has been stopped nnd the road com
pletely blocked. Xo lluswcro lost so far as
Iho PrcHltliml-inovt WlUinely Lines.
Nnw Yoiik, Nov. II). A It'orM special fiom
l'oilsuiouth, Ohio, sas: "A monej older for
$3, boarlng the slgimliuo of Uoiijamlu llai
ilsnu, tho lWldeut-olect, was recclied heiu
to-dnyb) Mm. ti. O. thcci, iu payment of a
bet mado with that lady soruo weeks aao. Mr.
Harrison wagered that Clovolaud would win."
Senator Uhiiinitiii'H Anililtloii.
l'oiusMouiii, N. II., Nov. IU. Tho Tfiiiw,
a Dcmociatlo paper, Is uilvociitliig tho re-elco-Ihmot
William K. Clmudler lo thu Pnltwl
Slatos Scualo. 'I'hls fact Is thought to In.
dlcato tho exlstonco of a 'Meal" by which
Chandler will secuio Democratic aid In tho
Why Mr Olmihi ItoHlcueil.
LtiNiios, Nov. IU. In tho llnuso ot Com
mons this afternoon Mr. .Matthews, tho Homo
Sccretaiy, stated that Sir Chailos Warren's
resignation as Commissioner of tho .Metropoli
tan police wits duo to his refusal to submit to
n eh 11 senleo rule forbidding olllcluls to pub
licly criticise tho government service.
.111.. Mould tho .Siiiiic.
Nr.wYoiiK, Nov. in. Mr. Jay linuld wns
uo better thlj mprulng, her coudltlou being
Ctonvinl loiiluu olo.
Lomio.s, Nov. 13.-'iho 1'rluco ot Wales'
h.iudlcap steeplechase was won to-day ut
Deiby by Magic,
It Is rcpoitod hero that an attempt has
been muduupou tho life of 1'rluco Kcrdlnaud
Tbo recent boayy rains have Hooded many
district iu Knglaud.
Judto Lrncst llaggallay, nuittlshato of tho
VtOtilaill rolliio Court . Slr.iirnnl i, ,IUtil,.l
111 tho Last Lud Af Londou, 1 dead.
&.jUJ i-tjt m
CHAIRMAN BRITTON'S PLANS.
Officers of a Finance Committeo Chosen
To Receive Subscriptions.
LOOKING FOR A GREAT TIME ON M AROH -J.
Pruspri'l or Securing llin 1'cimIiiu
IIiillillui; for tho Hall.
Jfr. A. T. Ilritton, who hns been np-
I pointed by Chairman Quay, of the Ile-
publicaii JNntlonal Committee, to tako
chaige of tho Inauguration picp.irations,
wns seen this moinlng. lie said lio had
not appointed his oxecutivo committee
yet, nnd probably would not until tlio
first of noxt week.
"However," ho said, "tlieio nro many
pcoplo already signifying their Intention
of contributing money, nnd in ordur to
receive this I have appointed Mr. (Icoriro
13. Lemon chairman and .Mr. II. H.
Wnriiertiensuror of tho Finance Com
mitteo. Other members of this commit
tee will be selected la'eron."'
Tho question of a building in which to
hold tho Inaugural ball Is llio most Im
portant ono now. Col. Ilritton Is en
deavoring lo secuio tho Pension llttlld-
mg, nut it is not certain yet whotlicrtliis
can bo done or not, us tho proposed
moving of the City Postolllco into tlio
court of tho Pension building mny inter
feio. Col. Ilritton lias not seen Post
master General DIcklnbon jet, but will
do so nt once.
It Is not ccttaln, ho said, whether It is
in tho Postmaster tSencinl'B power to
keep tho City Postolllco out of tlio build
ing until nfterMurch 4. Ho thinks, how
over, that den. Dickinson will do all ho
can to further tbo plans of tho Inaugura
Iu the meantlnlo Col Ilritton is look
ing aiound for any suitable building for
tho purpose, and also considering thu
feasibility of putting uji n wooden struct
ure for tlio put pose.
This, howover, will only bo dono as a
last resort, as such a building would bo
expensive, ciudo, unplnstcicd, almost
impossible to warm, and tbo disadvan
tages would bo numerous. Tho question
of Miitnblo quarters for tho executive
committeo is also undecided. An oficr
has becu mado of good rooms Iu the At
lantic building, lo bo furnished free of
cost, nml this oner will probably be ac
cepted. In makingtip tho committees Mr. ilrit
ton will select from the prominent busi
ness men of tho city, and all w til bo
nsked to assist in making thu Inaugura
tion a grand suecoss,
LUST OFF Till! LIZAIU).
A Hiimuiirr-Milii nml ii Giiiuii'dnr.Monmoi
Oollldo mid Sink,
London, Nov. It). Considerable
wieckago and a number of bodies have
been washed ttshoio between Looo and
Polpeio, In Cornwall, dining the last few
days. Ono of tho bodies lias becu Identi
fied as that of Chaplain Movers, of the
Ucrmuu ship Thcodoto linger, from
Humburg for Sydney.
Articles that have come nslioro have
been recognied as belonging to both
that vessel nnd tho Cuiinrdsleainor Nun
tes, with which Theodore linger was in
collision, thirty-six tulles oil' the Lb.aid.
Thero Is now no doubt of tho total- loss,
of both vosselsj with most of the etew
of Hie Nantes aud a pint of the
Ituger's crow, Tlio Hemiteli who landud
at Tiouoivlllo includo sixteen of the
Ituger's nnd two of tho Nanus's cicw.
It Is believed that all of the otlieis went
down with their vessels.
ax nu'ui:ssivr, si:uviul
A Trlnlitliim IIolil In M. I'litrtoUM Cutlio
diul in Now York.
Nr.w Yoiik, Nov. 1!!. A tiliildlum in
honor of tho beatification of St. John
Ilaptist do la Salle, founder of tho
brothers of tho Chilstlnn bebools, was
held this moining in St. Pntiiek's Cathe
dral. About foity members of thu order
of Christian Ihothcio from viirlous parts
of the United Stales aud Canada nud a
number of tho Catholic clergy of Now
York wcio present.
A .solemn pontifical mass wns cole
hiated, tho celebrant being Most itov, O.
O'Hiien, Aicbbisliop of Halifax, N. S.,
assisted by Itov. C. O'P.inell, of Now
Yoik. and otlieis. Tlio sermon was
pleached by lit. l.ev. Silas Clialmd,
JlUhop of Viiii'onncs, Ind.
'Iho West Hiiuli Denied.
Nr.w Yoiik, Nov. 13. 'Iho Wurltfs 'Wash
luglou correspondent telcgtaiihs that the story
published a fow dujs ago tu tlio tiled that
Loid SackvIIlo-West's daiiKhlcr snubbed Mis.
Clovelaud, is authorltnthcly dculed al tho
llrltish Legation. Mlo Weat sajs that upon
tho occasion icfcned to bhc did not soo Mrs.
Clovelaud aud that if sl.o had, she would ha o
spoKcu to tier,
KonTo mid AVuiil l'rlfliiilly.
Hoston, Nov. 13. Tim Kcofo, tho pitcher
of tho Now York baseball CI ill), was hoio
jestenlny, llotoldareporterth.it thero was
no ti uth In tho statement of a Now YmU
paper that thcie had b-'cu a coolnoss between
Iiuusclf and ,Iuhu W ard. Kccfo laughed nt
tho Idea, and said that Ward .'ami himself
wciu, and always had been, ou thu best ot
AiiRiiitn ll liiiMij'iiiiH t'olohriito.
Atoi'sTA, Mr , Nov. 13. Tho licpitbllcans
of Augusta celebrated last week's Ictery but
night by u parade, which was reviewed by
Mr. Illaiuo, who also uiado a Uvu-mliiutu
Tho IliirlliiKton Cutting It.itet.
8t, I'.euL, Mivv., Nov, 111. -Tho Hurlltigtou
rond jesterday mado a cut of about 5 per
cent, lu Its scinoard freight ratc4,
K. W. I'alite, ot Now Yoik, Is at Chamber
Hit's. llev. Ilcmy Y. Saltcrlco, of New Yoik, Is at
Itcv. II. II. Whipple, bbhop ot Minnesota, Is
at tho L'bbltt
llev. I)r. JloVlckar and .Mlbs MoVlckar, ot
1'hlladelphhi, aro at Wormlej's.
Kdward Ahhott aud wife, of Cambridge,
Mass., aro at Wclckci's.
J, 8. JoliuMou, bl-bop of Tovas, and L. It,
Drawer, bishop of .Montana, uro nt WlllardV.
t'jrup 'lhouws, of YouugstOM ii, 'j,, and
Ullllam Calhoun, of New York, aio at tho Ub
Cyrus A I'llfe', of Hostoii, editor ut tho lies
ten Jlcaioii, accompanied by his wltc, is at tho
V.. II. l'rcutlco alnl wifo, of Sui fianclseo ,
C. I), (lui), of Now Yoik, and Urmjauilu Hil
ton, of Nov Jcrtoy, aro it Willard's,
William R Ilarr, of llrooklyn; II. C.Diui
1ai, ot Philadelphia, aud Herbert Welsh, ot
l'hlladelphla, uro at thu Itlgg-i.
A. 11. II. Llllie, of New Yoik, Edmund
Wetmoro, ot New York, nud Hon. Joseph L
MolJouaM, of ludlauapolls, aio at tho lilggs.
Jcio Dunn nud wife, ot New York; Mr and
Mrs. D. 'N Whltaker, of Vhllndelplila ti
'Irumbiill, of Harlfoid, and Am, li ,,.w ct
l lirjuklin, arc at tha Ai Hilton.
A IIAI.K-MIIliIONJMHitiAU IIIjAZK.
(Irnlu Illoeiilors In lliooklyii lie. trowed
Diiookian, N. Y., Nov. ID. A fire
this morning in Watson nlores, extetul-
lug from lo0 to loO 1'ur nan streot, caused
n lo of JoOO.OOO. '1 ho fire originated
In No. 150, in which nil tho machinery
of the grain elevator Is located, and In n
fow minutes the wholo interior of llio
stoics, Nos. 150, 152, 1.14 nnd lfiO, wns
burned out, Thopioporty is owned by
Col. Vnlsoii and Icnni'il by tho .Milton
Oialu Jlllllng Company, wliohad IViU.OlM)
bushels of wiicat, coin nud oats iu tlio
Tho loss on grain Is nbout $110,000, nit
tho maechlnory, sJW.llUU, nnd on tho
buildings, Sli,"i,()00. Thero is mi Insur
tiiuo of .150,000 on tho buildings nml
machtiiciy, nud It is snld the grain is
An Klittiilm' nt ItiilTnlo 1 turiK'iI
lfri,Ai.o,N.Y.,Nov.l3. Fire was dla
coveicd at! o'clock this moining in the
Wheeler elevator, situated on the Island
opposite tho New York Ccutiiil freight
house, nnd was pattlv destroyed. 'I no
loss on tho building is nbout $120,000;
on tho contents, $110,000, and on ma
Tbo elovator, which was constructed
of brick and wootl, had a capacity ot
L'0,0l)(l bushels, and contained about
100,000 bushuls of grain. Cnuso of llio
not know n. Insiiraneo is supposed to bo
sulllclciil lo cover losses.
The Celtic boat homo, on the bench,
took lire nbout tho saino lime nnd was
completely desttojed. Loss, $!),000j
rire In ii l'lilliiinii .sli'i'iiliiB Cur Dlacov
rrcit Ihuly IhU Moinltif;.
l'liisiii'iKi, Pa., Nov, 1!!. The twenty
passengers, occupants of tho new Pull-"
man sleeping car Oiegon, making ila
fiist Westward tlip on l'ennsj lvaniii
It.tllrnad No. I), second section, Western
expicss fiom New York, this mouiltig,
met witli an epciieiico near Coneinattgh
that they will scarcely foiget.
About 1 o'clock a boy, looking fiom
between the cut tains of his berth, dls
covcied that tho front of tho car wns iu
llames. Ho cried out an alarm, and tlio
sleeping passengers jumped fiom their
bortbs wild with fright. Ono man pulled
the boll cord, uud the porter tinned on
thu fiic-exlhigulhhcr with good effect.
Soon ns the train was stopped the pas
sctigois, who weic almost panic-stricken.
jumped lrom tho car, neatly nil of them
attlied as they wcio when they jumped
fiom their bciths. They sulleicd in
tunncly from the cold mountain nlr.
When the Haines wero finally extin
guished about lmlf ot tho car was de
stroyed. Ncaily uvety one of the pasengcra
sufi'ered loss, several of them making llio
journey to this city wtappeil lu blaukots.
The fire is supposed lo liavtJ caught fiom
thestovo iu the ladies' toilet loom. Tho
train wns delayed soveial diours.
LOXIIOX AIIAIN ilXIUTKI).
Ilerry Tr.iKlo llrntli lteculN tlio White
ehliped lloi roiH.
London, Nov. 1!). Popular excitement;
over tho latest Whltccluipcl murder re
ceives an additional Impetus to-day by
thu finding of a woman's body floating;
in tho Thames. Thu body was well
dieted, nud tho police mo uncertain
whether to account for tho woman's
death by murder or suicide. There is as
yet absolutely no clue. Tho wnrds ad
jacent to where tho body was taken fiom
tno liver liavo ucen seinclicu oy tno po
lice, and ono rough looking fellow, carry
ing a largo bowlo knife, has been ar
rested. Ho will nrobablv be discharged.
however, as tboro is no pioof aguiust
Money In it DlNcnrilotl Hook.
I'liu?, Kf.,'Nov.'13 Great excitement ex
lots hcie over tlio llud of a largo amount of
money, conic say ns high us 10,000, lu a book
iu Long's bcconiMiiuid book stoio by somo
colored men u ho were handling rags for lilm.
Ills known that ouo man hud us hlgli ns IHuU,
all ot wlileh wero old gtccuback hills issued
iu 180'!. Mr. Long does not know wherotho
hook with tho money came fiom.
IteturiiH fiom Now Moxlco.
Santa f c, N. M., Nov. 13. Tho returns aro
coming lu slowly, but so far indicate that
Anthony Johnson, Democrat, Is elected Dele
gate lo Congress over Otero, ltonubllcau, by u
conildciublu majority. Tho Legislature is
cloao. '1 bo Council is probably Democratic
unci tho llousu Hepiibltcau.
I'ri'Hldeut Hurt 1koh' Stonot;ritphor.
iMiiANVi'oi.is, I.Mi., Nov. 13. Ocu. Har
rison mado his llrst appointment to-day by t
wkctlng 11. V. Tibboltsus his olllclal Btcnog
laphcr. " During the campaign Mr. Tlhbotts
has been assisting .Mr. Hedges, the agent of
tho Associated l'icss here.
Anxiety titer tho Sclilrilitin,
New Yonic, Nov. 3. Tliciols consldcinhla
uiixlcty over tho tardiness ot tho arrival of tho
ste.uiiililpSchlediui, which left Antwerp Octo-bt-i
L'l for this pott.
I'lXAXl'IAIi A.NII I'OMMKKOIAij.
'Iho Stork nml .Monoy Market.
Nr.w Yom;, Nov. 111. Money Wc'JJ percent,
IXclianget steady; po-tcd mtcs, Isy'T-lSSl! ac
tual rates, lidJtiidSli for i)l.ty dayj aud 4S3
(Ji IsSl for demand.
liuverumeiits unlet: euii'cuc 0$, l'-i bid:
Is coupon, l'J7J bid; Jjs do.. IU j hid.
Thu stock mat kit open ' iicMm anil very
w oak, and on free selliii. In I ndoii mid
bumo couiiulsslou Iniiues of t .o .nulerbllt,
(nuigeis and llcdhig pii ilit'llni'd
sharply, uud ut nuon v.uio down to
IJ per cent, litis was followed by .1
slight r cot cry, but tliu uuiil.cl has Mnco
wcikeiicd, nnri tho lowest llguiea mo current
at this willliiir.
I p. m. pilce.-W. V., Sli; N. Y. 0., 10s;
N. J. C, b'Jl;MIeh.C, SHjlI.l'.ielW2L.a.,0a;
I'ne. .Mail,:i7ii: llcailbijr.Wl; U.L.KHl; bt.l'iml,
IHI;N. iV,C, SU Mo. 1'., Wlj Tex. Vac., !BL;
C. t., Oi tan. t'ac, nil; IJ,, L. A W., VM;
Llie, i!7; pfd., 0J; U. II. V l'., 11WJ.
'Iho Clileuuo Miukot.
Cuictnei, Nov, 1:1. Opiuliij, 0.30 a. m
Whnit-Dec, liaj; Jan., 1I0J; Muy, 111.
Com -Nov., -IO,'; Uec. liOJ; Jan., !i8. O.iU -Dec.,
231; May, WJ. I'oik-Jau., $U 75;
May.lS. Lard -Ian., d.lO, .May, jS.'J".
hhort ilbi Jan., 17.-1"1.
Tho WiioliliiKtiiii Silicic. '
MUcclUiiooiis Honds W. A ti. U. 15.. Ill;
Masonic Hall Am'ii. 1011; Wash. .MaikctCo.,
115; Wash. Light Infantry, 1st, W; Vash.
Light Infantry, 2d, 40; Wash, (ins Light
National Dank Slocks Hank nt Washing
ton. U00, Hank of ltcpubllo, 170, Metropolitan,
107; Cciitial. 205; becond, VI'; 1 arums' ami
Mechanics', 10,1; Citizens', 125; Columbia,
ltallroid Stocks Waalilnton and (loore
town, 212; MetiopolltKii, IDS; Columbia, 111;
Cap, it. North O St., Xi; Auacostla, .
Insiiraneo blocks 1 Ircmen's, ; franklin,
WJ: .Motiopoluau, Ti; National Union, uilj
Arlington, l.W; Corcoran, ,Wj! Colltntblii. lij,
lluriiiun Ameiieau, l.V; l'utuinac, OU; ltlxgs,
(ins aud f.leclrio Light htoek - .tsblugum
(l,t IU, lieoigctowii U.u, II; L. r1. Llcctno
l.lttht. - . . .
Tclcphuno Stocks chesapcako A 1'otouiut.
Miscellaneous Stocks Washington .Market
Co., 1 1; Washington Ilrlck Maehluo Co., 1U7;
National l'res Ilrlck Co., ; (Ireat falls Ico
Co., 100; Hull Kuii Panorama Co, IS; Itual
Lstato Tltlo Insurance l'o UTi; Coluuibl.t
'Mile Insurance Co., 'A National Sato De
posit Co.,; Aturilcaii tlmpliophono Co , I'll.
Local Wctllioi' Imllcittlonx,
Wnriner, tair, sn'tthcriy wind-
iVuiiu'ialtiiitlo etay Ua iu, tu. U m 3.'i;