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LATE DEPARTMENT NEWS.
Tun Coukt opIImuiuy. The military
court engaged In thu Invcstlgntlon of tho
Aqueduct tunnel flauds spent to-day In
reading tlib record. Timing of test!
mony will bo rosulued to-morrow.
VinuttfiA Postmastrhs. Tlio follow
ing Virginia postmasters huvo bucn np
jiumtid: Samuel B. Hill, dloliydalu;
Thomas .T. Spetlccr, Jvntlonnl Soldiers'
Ttonio at Kllznbelh City; Sirs. Virginia
Clcnton, Mt. Cusli.
No 3Ioni:v rpit the Hpkciai. M.n
shals. Inquiry nt Uto Department of
.Tustlco nbout tlio-pay-for special U. S.
marshals, wlio sorved during tlio recent
elections, dovclbps tlio fact that tlio ap
propriation to cover this extra expense of
special doputlcs Is' inadequate to meet
tlio demand miulo upon it.
Jl.uon Ludlow's Iovkments. Major
Ludlow, Into Kngluccr Commissioner of
tho District, has boen relieved from duty
as cnglncor of tlio fourth lighthouse dis
trict, and will proceed to Detroit, Midi.,
rolicvlug Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel 31,
MaiiBfiold, and will report for duty as
engineer of tho ninth and eleventh light
houso dlstrlcst. ,
Tnrc Mampp Cqnrs. Tho annual re
port of Colonel C. G. McCawloy, com
mandant of tho U. S. Marino Corps,
shows that on October 1. 1B8U, thcio woro
1,800 enlisted men in tlio corps, II'-'? of
whom wero on board ships in commis
sion and 003 doing shore duty. Dining
tho year there hnyobcen 00(1 enlistments,
125 re-cnllstmcnts, 18 ro-cnltstments from
tho nrmy, 12 deaths. I!00 discharges, 410
desertions and 0 enlisted men lmvo been
TheSizbov thbAiimy. Tho njinual
report of tho Adjutnnt-Qoncrai was
mado to-day. Tho total number of en
listed men now 'in the servlco who are
drawing Increased pay under' act of Con
gress of 1851. Is 7,-loU Tho. number of
those who will bqcomo entitled to in.
creased pay under act of 'Congress of
1872 during tho fiscal year 1800,1a 10,075.
Tho total nundior of enlistments dur
Ing tho year was 7,005. Tho army is
1,800 below tho standard 25,000. Kigh
teen thousand and saventeen applicants
for enlistment wero rejected during tho
Geneiial ScnoFf;i,i)'s lU:ronT. Tho
annual report of Major-General J. M.
Schofleld, Commander of tho Army,
recommends tho addition of two rcgi
ments' to tho artillery divis'fin, necessi
tating tho addition of about 5,000 en
listed men, but without any material in
crease in tho number .of ofllcers. Tho
past year has been one of peaco among
tho Indians and no ycllriw fever has oc
curred in tho army.
He recommends that tho posts and
stations along tho seaboard and Northern
lakes frontier bo repaired and put in a
better btate of defense. Tho service
would bo benefitted If disabled ollicors
should bo retired and young men put In
Tliu largo number of desertions in tho
Army require stricter'punlsliincnt for dc
seitcrs. Liberal appropriations for tho
Signal Service aro recommended, and
suggestions aro inado as to promotions
In the Infantry nnd Cavalry schools.
There is a deficiency of 1,800 men below
the authorized strength of 25,000 enllbted
iNTKRion DKfAUTMEKT Changes. General
Land Ofilco Appointwpnt: llevcrly V. Cole
of Now York, clerk; ,(dr duty as chief of
Mineral Division, $1,8(,0,
Office of In'JInn AffalrSr-Fromot'ons: Chas.
F. I.arrabc'c of Maine, $l,G0( to fo.'isOO; Kdgcuo
Goodwin of Mulnc, nnd Junica F. ATlou of
New Hampshire, S1.-I0O to $1,600; T. Sewclt
Hall of .Maryland, $1,200 to J.1,400; Clias. W.
Hastings)! AInsiachusetts'nnd Miss Arabella
"bptbu ofNfW York, $1,100 tj $1,200.
1'cuslon Ofllco Appointments: I'eter Xf.
Uluzcr pf New Jersey'tod Doojdtnln F. Wado
of Georgia, special examiners, $l,400i Miss
Mary 1). I.lncuwcaver of tho District of Co
lumbia auil Mrs. Nelllo H, Blmras of tho DIs
tilct of Columbia, $000, by transfer from Gen
eral Land Ofllce.
Announcement of New Committee Men
Chairman IJrittou of tho Inaugural
Committee went to New York last night
nnd to-day tho stream of visitors was
divcitcd from bis ofllco to that of tho
vlco chairman, 31. 31. I'uiker. Tho
committee announce to-day tho appoint
ment of 3Ir. L. D. Wine, qhliirman Com
mltteo on Street Decoration.
Accommodations huyo been secured
for 150 members of 'tho Buffalo League
at the Metropolitan hotel. 3Ir. O. 1
Lctchwoithis picsldcntof tho organiza
tion, which is composed of tho most sub
stantial men of Buffalo- They have
made a contract tyith the hotel for livo
d ys nt $4 a day.
Tho president of tho famous Ilopub-.
Ham Olco Club of Columbus, Ohio, lias
written to 3Ir. Br(tton, requesting tho
ofilchd lccoguitlon of .the Inaugural cere
monies, and letters have also been writ
'ten by Senator Sherman and Kcproscnta
tivo Converse indorsing this request.
This club is an organization of about
eighty of tho 111 st young men of Colum
bus. Tho orgiiulatlou is twenty years
old nnd has taken part in tho campaigns
nf 1872.70.80-81-88. Their services
mo always in great- domaud both in Ohio
and in tho neighboring States.
Tho commltteo lmvo decided to glvo
them some recognition, hut In just what
way has not been decided. It was sug
gested that tho club bo given a position
on tho nlatfi rm with tho President and
have thum slug some national anthem
immediately alter tho President takes
tho oath or that thoy sing during tho In
tcrmlbslons In the inaugural ball,
liny ward & Hutchinson linvo. offered
to furnish any gas, fixtures that tho com
mittee may lequlro, but us tho Atlantic
Building is ainply supplied with such
fixtures tho offer was declined and a vote
of thanks extended. The commltteo
will movu Into their quarters as soon as
thoy aro furnished.
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A portion of tho District bonds maturo In
1601 nnd 1802, and tho sluktng fund will not
ho sufficient to redeem tlieru. Commissioner
Wkeatley, who has charge of tho District' u
nances, status that ho considers Trcosuror
Hjatl's suggestion to Issue 4 per ceut. bonds
paynblo In ton years, hut redeemable In two
j curt after their Issue, an admirable plan.
Tho Treasurer stated tba lie wus hampered In
tlio matter of redemption because unuo of tho
District bonds could be culled before their
maturity. Mr. Wheatley states that, euch
hoods us tho TrtoMiror proposes could he
floated at par. A number of loading hankers
also Iudms6 the heme and say It Is perfectly
feasible. Tho Commissioners have nothing
to do with tho District sluklng fund, as tho
Treasuicr of tlio United States Is presldeut ex
offielo of tho sinking fund commlsslou.
F. Y Alexander, atfe-rpoy for Max Law;
burgh, has been notified jiytheConiiulssloucis,
In regard (o his demand for a Jury nf seven
to qssesj dnmnges u Ms citato caiucd hy the
wldeiilng of C'plunibla rpad, that, on tho ml
lcoof their attorney, they lefuso to talio Iho
Oi-orgu V. Wilson, 1)00 Eleventh strfot
ontlieust, writes that IJU astcssmentou tho
Improvements' on lot 23, squato 074, last ear
H WOO, whllqlhU J ear It bus peon rnUcd to
1 1,700, lie asks that tho fSOO assessment bo
How ed to continue,
l, V, llovcrldga has requested tho replace
ment of tho concrete pavement whiro It was
mnotcd from tho north stdqof thoAvcnuo
fur tho electric light wires.
THE BAPTIST CONVENTION,
Tho Metropolitan Church Persists in Its
THE MATTER CAUSES A STIR.
Oil l l'oiirrd on thn Trntililod AVutcrs
mid Alt luSnrtiiiu,
Tljo clovcnth annual meeting of the
Jujyja.iochitton of Daptist Chail
lies was enlU'A 'to order at 11 o'clock this
morning' by Professor O. T. Slason at
Calvary llaptist Church. Devotional ex
ercises wero conducted by tho Itov. Dr.
Kaunce, and tho piosldent of tho asso
ciation, Professor Mason, lend his ad
dicss, and Secretary Yeatman rend re
ports from various churches.
Nominations for chairman of tho
meeting were declared In order, and Q.
AV. McCiillougli and 11. O Vo succes
sively declined tliu nominations. Tlio
nnmo of Charles A. Stakely was then
proposed, and ho was elected chairman.
S. Jl. Yeatman was elected secretary nnd
llcurv Heard treasurer. Thu Chairman
appointed S. II. Green, J. C. Welling and
"Vv. 8. OHvo to form a commUtqe on tho
order of oxcrcisos.
A Mttlo Mllr CiiiKed.
A communication was received from
tho Metropolitan Baptist Church slating
that owing to tho unpleasant relations
which existed between the association
and that church last year, necessitating
tlio withdrawal of the chinch from tho
association, and which relations re
mained unchanged, the church would
not send a delegation.
Tho reading of tho communication
created u stir and Mr. A. M. Clanp said
that tho letter was out of order and
moved that It bo not received by tho as
sociation but returned to the church,
Itov. S. II. Green took tho part of peace
maker, however, and suggested that thu
matter layroVcr for.further cousldeiatlon,
which was ordered.
After a song and prayer a recess was
taken until 1:110 o'clock. Tho ladies of
the church then invited the brethren to
n lunch, which had been prepared by
them in tho Sundny School room.
At 1:!50 tho convention lcconvcncd.
and after devotional exercises proceeded
to routino business. To-night tho Kov.
C- A. Stakely will preach the anniversary
sermon. Tho following wero tho dele
Anacostla Itov. (Jcorjro Bowman, pastor;
II. It. Kcrnnld, D. (J, Fountain, Cburlcs It.
Uurr, Mrs. I). Davidson, -Mrs. L. 11. Ilowmau.
Calvary Itev. S. 11, Green, pastor; T. Out
wator, F. 11. Stlclincy, K. II. Curtis, A. L.
Hwartwout, 1). 8. Foster, J. V. lleadloy, D.
W. Prentiss, John lloxl. O. M. V. King, G.
H. IJIIIIirld-e, A. II. Nelson, H. M. Brush,,
Joseph Schneider, J. II. Mcrrlam, 8. V.
Woodward, II. II. Kcudall, rj. It. 8mlth,
Henry Heard, J. I,. Ilazzard, Mrs. J. K. 8tlck
ney, Aire. G. 8. l'rlndle.
Kast Capitol street.!. It. Urndley, J. F.
Berry, J. A. Frank, M. C. Wceden, A. A. Bol
ton, J.'B. Stromhcrger, Miss Jeniilo Ilohrcr.
E btreot ltuv. 1). W. Faunce, pastor; It,
W. Fcnwlck, A. M. Clapp, F S. Deland, Z.
Hlchards, Ji. 8. l'urks, Win. Fletcher, It. B.
Nixon, F. A. Hhodcrlck, J. S. l'olcr. K. llel
rer, Jr., Mrs. H. C. Sholcsjiud Mrs. K. bhulTle.
Fifth C. O. Meador, pastor; tf. M. Ycat
mau, J. J. Darllncton, G, M. Hunt, Samuel
lloulson, Charles Grccsby, I.. C. Handy, F.dw,
Howlspn,'Johu-i'wJ.ucjs, W. 8,. Olive, W. F.
barter, J. B. Balloy, It. II. Sorrell.
Flriti;a,,A7iStQhely. pastor; J. C. Wolllnir,
A. J. Huntington, O. T. Mason, It. C. Fox, J.
G.Judd, W. F. Holtzman, J. V. Clarke, G.
C. Sainpsou, W. L. Glass, G. L. Wilkinson, It.
Gay Street, Georgetown G. W. McCul
lougli, pastor; James H.jFowler, Androw 11.
Ki'jff, V, H. Hajcock, Mrs. Currlo Miller,
Miss l'.mma Noud.
Metropolitan W. II. Young, paslor.
Mouut Tabor, Tcnletowu S. It. White,
f)astor; It. Thomns Trail nnd IMnaid Dean.
QueCnstown J. S. Tcasdale, pastoi; J. S.
Sherwood, S. F. Tcasdale, S. S. llurloy, John
B. Lord, sr., ami Mrs. John B. Lord,
Second E. Hez Swem, pistor: J. C. Simp
sou, W. A. Henderson, 0. W. Dulln, C. Ii.
Smith, lleujamln Henderson, ltlcharu Uou
ilghty, CI. F. Giillck, W. II. Lacey, A. C.
Whiting, W. A. Dovull, Mrs. Fanulo Lacoy,
Mrs. M. L. Klrl, Mrs. F. E. lOvery and .Mis.
8. V. Cross.
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THE BRITISH MINISTER'S SALE.
Tho Auction Continue! With Cimbiited
Interest nt Lord Suckvlllo'n.
Tho sale of tho personal effects of
Lord Sackvlllo was continued to-day at
the 111 itish Legation and tho crowd In
atlcndnnco was, If anything, larger than
that of yesterday. Tho big ball-room of
tho legation building was packed and
tho bidders had soino dllllculty In mak
ing their voiccs.hourd abovo tho buw of
conversation and tho running flro of com
ment biought out by each now artlclo
put up for sale. It was evident that
Lord Sackvlllo did not intend to tako
back any of his American possessions to
Among tho nrtlcles sold weio seven
bathtubs, a work on etiquette, a set of
Ivory poker chips, a silk dicss flnelvum
broldcrcd, worn during tho tlmo of Louis
XVI; a silver shoo buttoncr, a pair of
opera glasses and an envolopo opener.
All tho articles brought more than thoy
wero worth. Tho chinnworo was bought
hy hotel keepers, and most of tho wino
wont tho same road.
Little trifles. German favors and other
nrtlcles, mora of tho naturo of souvenirs
than o' anything else, went off at prices
probably gi cater than their orlglnalicost.
Lord oackvlllohas kopt onouglrfurnl
ture to make llfo at tho legation bcarublo
during tlio shoit period that he will re
main hero. IIo and Ids daughters, tho
Misses West, took luncheon with friends
AHxIuiiinoiitit I toco riled.
A deed wus placed on record to-day by
which W. Ii. l'arnoll A Co., grocors ami
liquor dealers, mako an assignment of their
stock, etc., to A. T. Holtzman, In trust for
tho purpose of closing business and for tho
benefit of creditors.
Julian II, and Manning Lcprcux, doing busi
ness as J, B. Lcprcux it lira., wall paper
dealers, havo made an assignment to Solomon
(jtiBeiibelmcr, transferring nil their property
of uveiy kind, liuiudlug stock In trade, at 508
uventf) street southwest, for tho bcnelit of
Mrs, Colo's Iluy Window.
Tho United States Govcrumcut has tiled a
hilt In equity, with Mrs, Annlo C, Cole, tho
District Commissioners aud Bulidlug In
spector Kntwlslo us defendants, to prevent
Mrs. Cole from erecting a bay window. It Is
claimed that thq window will encroach upon
tlio teservuion ai uio midsection ut .mussu.
chutetts uvenuo and M street,
Children lliirni-d In Dvuth,
Un'Uii SammjhKY, O,, Nov. 30. Last oven
lng Mrs, Johu Broadinau left her two children
iiIqiiq Ip tho house- while sho wcut out In tho
vard to milk the cow. While ctmc, the chil
dren, who wero pluj lng near the grut wero
burned to death, their clothing culohlng Arc.
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fined for Larceny,
Johu Smith nnd John Suiarr wero tried to
day for stealing 13 from Joucph. F. Wlllett,
of I'rlucoUcoigcs county. '
.J.i t i.t, AjJtisM-u. L. j. iiA
The Evening Po
THEI'RESIIIEXTAT OAK VIEW.
Ho Will There Couiplvlo Ills I.aat Annual
h'icc!al to the Mew York Times.
Wasiiinoton, Nov. 10. Tho President
will to-morrow go to Oak View to remain
until after he has completed the writing
of hisnnnual message to Congress, which
is not yet begun, and which ho HndB It
will bo utterly Impossiblo to prepare if
ho does not escape from thu Interruptions
unavoldablo while staying nt the Whlto
House. Visitors aro quite as numerous
as liver, and lake up almost as much
limo As only two'weoks Intervene this
iliitu and tho meeting of Congress,
tho President has not lescrvcd a great
deal of tllno for liis work.
As usual, however, hu has nil tho
tonics of his message well in hand. A
great many people manifest n deslro
each year to havo n paragraph on somo
one particular subject, and they wrltoto
tho President to ask his attention to tho
matters In which they havo special
interest. Thu suggestions aro II led in
huge cnvolopes, and, if it is practicable
and desirable, allusion is mado to them.
Tho bundles of letters, however, are,
us n mass, severely neglected, tho Prcsi
neut being unable to, do mucli morothnn
allude to tho business picscntcd In the
reports of thu niembars of tho Cabinet.
While nt Oak View tho President will -e-celvo
no visitors, and as ho does not in
tend to come In from his country homo
until tho inessngo is completed, Ufo an
nouncement of.tlio fact will savo a great
many people who contumplnto a trip to
Washington nt this tlmo for tho purpose
of calling on him a creat deal of useless
The President hns no plans ,for tho
fuluro.aftcr tho Inauguration of Mr. Har
rison.' IIo will probably rest for tho best
part of a year. Whethur ho will choose
New York Statd for his residence Is un
certain. It is by no means improbable
that ho will go back to his native State,
Now Jersey, and perhaps to the slope of
Orange Mountains, near which ho was
born. He is very cordial In ills greetings
to Jcrscymcn who visit tho White Houso,
and ono of them who called upon him
to-day- was impressed by somo of tho
President's .inquiries with tho belief that
ho seriously contemplated returning to
". AX OLD MAN'S STORY.
Tho Cttso of Samuol I', Anient Against
' JullA Kurr In Court,
The.caso of Samuel I'. Amcnt against
Julia. V. Karr and others was placed on
argument in the Court In General Term
to-day, Messrs. Freeman and Money ap
pearing for tho complainant and Ed
wards and Uarpard for tho defendant.
Tho complainant is 83 years old and a
reident of Nashville, Tcnn.; tho defend
ants ltyo in this city.
Ho statos that by his own exertions ho,
accumulated a considerable estate, aud
that ho has six children, all of whom, ex
cept Julia Y. Kair. had systematically
maltreated him and woirled him about
his property. Ho loved this daughter
and trusted her implicitly nnd spent somo
time with her in this city during tho
years 180, 1880 and 1831. His health
was not good: his wife had receutly died:
his other children had deseitcd him, and
he leaned upon her for consolation nnd
White in 'Wnshington ho puichased a
houso nnd lot, and had tho deed mado to
her, taking notes from her for , tho pur
uhasu money and advances mado for re
ixilfk. TR,9o Ji0'6,8, amounted to ?8,-120,
nud wero sucured'by deeds of trust to
Me"ssrs..Q(lg&Moyors. 'Ho voluntarily
piomised her t'"1' ''sho might occupy
the property for life. Ho states that sue
wrote him ns follows:
"Somo tlmn ago 1 wroto you ihat 1 could
not get tho houbo repaired whllo jou had a
mortgage nnd a Hen at tho samo time. Youi
wroto In answer that you would ho willing to'
lemovo uny mortgage that you might hold
undauythlntrtbat General Brown (her coun
sel) would suggest for my pood in tho matter
you would bo satisfied with. I showed tho
letter to General Brown und no understood
as 1 did; wo thought that now tho only thing
that Is wauling is to gut tho salu confirmed.
Bo at last, when the court set, Brown, ut my
earnest request, acted tor me."
After his return homo his health was
bad und on September 21, 1885, ho was
found jnsano under proceedings in
stituted by his sun, Samuel M. Amcnt,
tho jury finding that he had been insano
for a period of sis years previous to that
date. In 1837 he was dcclaicd restored
to sanity. Ho charges that Julia Y. Karr
aided her brother and sisters lu tho pro
cecdiuu's, His exact condition was at all
times known to her and ho was induced
to leave with her many of his yaluablo
About sixty days befoiu ho wnsdo-,
clarcd insatio sho und Colo, ho says, had
caused a release of tho deed of trust
without his knowledgo or consent. Tho
roleaso was mado Juno 27, 1885, and on
July 14, ho says, sho wroto him a letter
breathing the tendcrest affection and ex
pressing her dcop sorrow for his condi
tion. He declares that Cole and his
daughter confederated together to lelcnso
the deed ot trust, which secured u,4o;
that It was fraudulent, and that after tho
toleaso Kurr incupibcred tho property
hy placing other mortgages on it.
IIo asks that tho releases executed bo
set aside; that all incumbrances roforrod
to bo set aside and that tho property may
bo sold to satisfy his claim. Tho do
fendant, Mrs. Ka,rr, claims that tho
money paid for tho property was not In
advance, but a gift. Ho had told her
that ho would tako n trust "to protect
her from any other creditors she might
havo." k j.
C, O. Colo denies the charges of com.
bination to defraud. Tho complalnaut
had frequently told him, in tlio course
of the transaction, that ho was buying
tho property for hs dauchtcr nnd that
ho wisVking the 4e(nlof 'lust ftr cr
protection, yfmb tlio deed of release
wns pjcsciitooMo-MiIm by her attorney,
scotng tho notes in her possession
marked "paid," ho did not hesltato to
execute tho release. In tho couit bolow
tlio bill wns dismissed with costs, and
the present hearing is on an npplcal from
An Epidemic of Diphtheria.
Watemao, Iowa, Nov. SO. Thero Is an
opldemlc of diphtheria at Aldci), Hardin
County. The city council has ordered that
ull schools and churches ho closed, ami has
forbidden uny public cathcrhiKS or attendanco
upon any funeral of persons other than those
necessary to bury tho dead.
A Chlcitu'o Hrolcur's Suloldo.
Chicago, Nov, '10. George II. Fobol, a
Hoard of Trudu man, shot and killed himself
this morning, at his resilience, Wabash ave
nue, Fohplas about Id joars old. Ho has
afuthci1 icsidlug In Cincinnati. 'Iho details
of tho ufUdr ro not jet l'uown'
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Tho )ielc Kiiislltlimun Hotter.
London, Nqv. 20. Tbe condition of Mr.
John Bright continues h Improve.
Mr. Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ireland,
who has been sick for u few d.i with chills
and fever, Is now convalescent.
Sirs, nimbi's Condition.
New Youk, Nov. 30. It Was stated sUtho
Tcshlciico of Mrs. (loultl this woinlog that her
condition muj unvhatigcd. and that sho was
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TUESDAY EVENING, OVltBEll 20, 1S88.
One of the Pupils of St. Rose's School
SHC WAS TIRED OP HER DAILY TASKS.
Htio Wanted tn Muka llor Owu. Way In
Pretty Annlo Crockett inn a-ny from
iSt. Koso Industrial School Sunday after
noon nud her widowed mother Is half
crazed at her inability to find licrt
Annlo Is 15 years old. with big brown
eyes and short, curly brown hnlr. She Is
rnthcr slender, but unusually well devel
oped, and would bo pointed uut ns n
handsome girl anywhere. Her fcatuics
nro delicately regular and her short.curly
hair, crowning lior gracefully poised
head, filly frames a face of unusual
Bho Is rather tall, hut so gracefully
built that her hefchth jsecuis, rnthcr less
than it really is. Tho simple dr,6ss worn
by all the girls In tho St. llosn School
didn't conceal tho graceful outlines of
her handsomo' figure, but. by its very
simplicity, ratner ennnnced its. clinrms
and thiow Its nltractivo curves Into
holder relief. Sho Is n modcst-n'ppcnrliig
gltl, and, us sho walked along tile hired
Sundny afternoon, sho mado a picture of
Innocent young beauty that was well
calculated to get the Ingenuous young
girl Into trouble,
Thcro'aro a thousand and ono pitfalls
for Btich girls ns Annie, and tlio gioatcr
tho gill's beauty tho greater hqr 'dancer.
Annlo left St. Hose's Sunday after
noon, saying that sho was gojng for a
walk. Sinco then sho has dfsappeaicd,
and her picscnt whereabouts can only bo
Mrs. Crockett, Annio's widowed
mother, says that Annlo went to St,
Hose's about a month ago. Sho had suf
fered :i very sovero attack of typhoid
fever, which necessitated her hair being
Sho had not entirely recovered when
shu went to St, Hobo's and Mrs, Crockett
thinks that perhnps during her 'Sunday
afternoon walk somo ot lief, fqverlsli
hallucinations returned and sho wandered
off whllo out of hor mined. Pretty
Annio's and her mother's homo Is1 In the
country, but ulmonth or so ago Annlo
went to St. Hose's Industrial School,
which is at 20211 Q btrcct, to learn to cam
her own living.
It was with licr checks wet with tears
that Mrs. Croekett told Inspectdr of De
tectives Swindells this morning of Au
nie's disappearance, nnd begged him to
find her. The police aro now looking for
Though tho search of tho resoits to
which Annie would likely bo taken
If sho wns abducted, has so far been
unavailing;, It Is Jnot nt all certain that
she will nut bo found to have been ab
ducted by some of tho men, or women
who'mako n living by such things.
Annio's father used to kecrfn,' hotel in
"Wuhovillc. Vircinlu. and allien his
'death bonie two or three years ingo, his
niuun iius ueuu cuuuucimg 1110 place,
which has becomo quite p'o'pular os a
siimmor resort. i
Sunday Annie loft tho chapel duilng
the,sci vices to go to hor room, iitfuhofolt,
ill. An hour or so afterward 6no of tho
otlici girl inmates of St. Jtoscs School
went to her room, and Annla told hor
sho didn't feel imybottcr,.
Ai. dtmtm-jllmn Xrinf,. ilMil'r hi1f'i,V
nnnofirnnpn ITnt- aliom.n. .rnLWiiln?l n.,.l'
J 1 v V. ..U.U..V... ,, M9. .1 U.ILUU ,11,11
one of tho girls wcut to tho; clonk room
and found that Annio's hnt'was there
Then she went to Annio's room, nud found
Tho Sisters began to wonder what had
becomo of their pretty charge, but at
'Utchcd no particular importance to her
absence as tho Institution is merely a
school and no restraint is 0-crc,Icd over
tho pupils, who aro freo to .go" nnd porno
through tho unlocked dopu' ns thoy
What Annie did Sunday xni to go to
her room, brush her hair caieful.y and
add n knot of ribbon at tho tliroat of her
simple dress, nnd go qulotly down stalls
and out through tho deserted hallwav,
taking another girl's hat as she passed
tho cloak room.
Then sho went through tho wldo door,
closing; it noiselessly after her, and
walked over to 12l'0 Connecticut avenuo
to seek Mr. Willctt, whoso familv, she o
mombcrqd having known wl'ien they
wcrp at her homo in Wythoyiilo last sum
Iriior. Mr. Willctt was just sitting down to
lunch when sho asked to see him. Ho
came into the parlor not ft Httlo sur-
Erlscd to seo tho girl, whom ho rcmem
ercd having seen last summer, and ho
was still moro surprised when sho told
him that sho didn't like St. Huso's, ns
sho had to work too hard,thcie, and that
sho wanted him to get he'r somo other
employment. Mr. Wlllett told her to
return to school nnd hu would do all ho
could for her.
Annlo went away, but.wheio showent
and where she has been slncji Is a mys
tery. Annlo had but Httlo onto ready monoy
when sho loft tho Sisters' school.
Tho Slstors at St. Hoso'b My that sho
wns a strikingly handsomo girl and uu
entirely lovnblo ono, but that sho wns
disinclined to work, aud tried to avoid
her sowing lessons in ovcryiipssiblo wny.
1'urolgn Mows Kolei.
Home, Nov. 20. A 00-year-old spfnnlnc
mill belonging to tho Fratcllt I'Ucciua at
Jllella, was burned yesterday. Iho loss Is
WOO.000. Three childron wcie burned to
LOsnoN', Nov. SO. Tho sonteooo of 0116
mouth's Imprisonment liupostd cit Mr. J. I).
Slicchan, member of Parliament for Kust
Kerry, for refuslog to jjlvo ball for good be
havior, has been confirmed on appeal.
Mr. Harry Arthur Jllako,lwlioto appoint
ment to the Governorship of Queensland mot
with 10 much opposition, will piobably ho
appointed Governor of Mauritius.
llEiiLis, Nov. 20.-Genoral Von Sihollen
dorf will shortly roMgu fromitthoIiulstrv or
it ur and assumo command ott-tho First Army
Corps. General Hahuka will suecccd to tho
Ministry of Wur. t '
Tho Increase expenditure for now war ships,
which has been provided for fn the budget of
IBs!) and 18'JO, amountsUo rt.SOD.nuO marks, a
Kreator jiortlon of which will i)oappllod to tho
bulldlnj; of Ironclads.
Tho Krem Zritimp states' that tho Torto
offers to shaielu tho blockade ox East Africa.
According to tho HamburiiJforfiiirt(! tho
foruiatlou of a direct steamship lluo to Cal
cutta has been arranged. -.The Ilambuh ship,
ping firms havo subsutlbod. U,700,00(l
marks, aud tho bankers s.POO.000 insrks.
1'refcrreJ shares of two.rnlllfus will bo Usued
later. Tlio scrvlco commennes iiumodlatcly,
with six steamers.
Value of Irish Church Property.
London, Nov. 20. The report preseutcd to
rarllamout hy tho Irish land Commission
states that Irish church property has depro
clstel considerably Owing to the difficulty ex
perienced lu collccluutrvats and to the social
condition of the country, Uho commUslou
urges that tho tlmo bus arrived for a ilcfliilto
settlement ot tho rpawtUm ot llablillks with
rcspoct to church projm-,
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KKNIAXS ASM) AXAHC1HSTS.
llrltlsli American r Chicago Denounce
Thorn Until. .
Chicacio, Nov. 20. At'.H meeting of
tho Vrltlsh-Amerlcau Association last
nlgjit tlio following resolutions wero
adopted with much enthusiasm:
Whereas a cut tain policeman In tho
dischnrgo of duty lu an Hnglish city was
foully murdored by three members of tho
Fenlun Brotherhood, who, for said crlmb,
expatiated tho full demaud of justice!
Whereas, certain Irishmen of Fenian
nnd dynamite proclivities in this city
have engaged Central Music Hall for thu
S!)d instant to cdmmemoratu tho atroci
ties qf tho inurdcicrs whom they call
martyrs; therefore bo It
llcsoltirf, That tho llrltish-Aincrlcan
Association cannot distlimuish tho differ
ence between our bravo policemen who
fell nt tho Hnymnrket and a brother
policeman in tlio city of Manchester
cruelly murdered for performing Ills
duty, and .
llcmltetl, That tho Anarchists havo tho
samo tangible lights as Fenians. Wu
deprecate such gatherings as being sub
versive and dangerous to'our enlightened
civlllatJou and call on Aineilcnn rltl.ens
to stamp out Funlanlsm, dynamiters and
Anarchists in our midst.
TUB 1'AIINKIjIi COMMISSION.
A Farmer of Uoutitjr Kerry. Testifies to
II0I11K eUiot. . v
LokdoKi Nov. 20. At the sitting to
day of tho Paincll Commission, Attor-ncy-ticncrnl
Sir ltlchard Webster, coun
sel for the Times, complained of tho
difficulty exputlenccd in bringing for
ward witnesses from County Kerry nnd
nsked the Coiut's assistance. IIo also
called tho attention of tho Court to an
artlclo ..which appeared in tho Koiry
Henlnel, a paper owned hy Mr. Kdwnrd
Thu artlclo charged tho Judges of tho
commission with being creatures of tho
Government, who weio not uble to veil
tholr prejudices. The A'ttorney-Oonerol
appealed to the Court to tnko action
ngnlnst tho paper. Mr. Hairington's
counsel asked that the mailer bu ad
journed until to-morrow . Tho Court ns
tented. A farmer from County Koiry, named
Cnlloty, wns then put upon t'hc stand.
Hu testified that beciihsu hu scivod
notices of cvictiou in, 1882 two men
visited his liousii and shot him. Tho
shots took effect in Ids leg, and amputa
tion was afterward necessary. On cioss
examination, Culloty denied that his
assailants were relatives ot a servant
whom hu had scdiiccd.
A SeiUHllodiil failure.
Chicago, Nov. 20. Tho bit: failure of Lin-
dauer Brothers t6ok a sensational turn yes
terday', when kraus, Meyer & Stein, attorncjs
forNewYork'croilltors. Illcd a petition In tho
County Court flcrcoly denouncing thometbods
of tho Insolvent firm and Its lawyers. Tho
petition concluded by demanding that a cita
tion issue against .naycr i,.,i)cujamui ami orus:
nan Llndauer and Aaron ltoscublatt, so that
thoy might 'bb examined concerning their es
tate and property; also that a citation Issue
against I'eorso Einstein, compelling him to
qualify as asslgtieu, If, lu tho opinion of tho
court, hu Is u piopcr person for tho ofllce. Thu
petition was drawn in tho Interest of Tine,
Wallensteln it O'dulllvun and Julius II
Myers fc brother ot Now York, to'whom tho
Lludauers owo $15,1127.
Thp Myntei-jt Inpeiietriihla,
OilKHGo, Nov. 20 The mystery hi tho
murdcrof Kva Jauo Mitchell, tho girl nhosu
body was found on Gtand Boulevard Satur
day cvcubc;,rcijialns ns hipeuotrablo as ever. Of
tho four yopng men uyested on sus,piclon,threo
Sturges, Gray aud Stowcll yesttfrday estab
lished alibis sufficiently substantial to warrant
tho pollco in discharging them last night In
bonds ot $.1,000 each. Tom Masterson, thu
switchman ntThlrty-nlnth street nud Michigan
avenue, however, is held. Ho tells a highly
probable story of his meeting with her Satur
day night ill tho light ot his relations to tho
murdered girl prior to her death. The Inquest,
which wo to havo been held yestcrda ) , was
posipoucu until lo-uay.
Threatened by Colored Mnljn.
New Youk, Nov. 20. A World' special
fiom Greensboro', N. C, says: '
"Tbo greatest excitement prevails In Win
ston over threats mado by thu negroes of that
place to mob about twenty-lire ot thu most
prominent and lullucntial Democratic leaders
for political activity ut that precinct on thu
day ot plcc(lou. The following is a specimen
ot the curds iccctvud by theso gentlemen:"
Winston', N. C, Nov. IB.
Mr. : You aro hereby notified thutyou
have hut ten days In which to leave town and
that It your carcass Is found around hero after
that time you will bo swung to a limb and
your housu burned to tlio ground.
Vunlshod n llecreant.
New Youk, Nov. 20. A World special
from Sharon, l'a., says: "At Wllmluirton, this
county, there is a settlement of 'Omlsch
Dutch,' who during tho war wero classed by
tho Federal Government as uon-combatauts,
and wero exempted from mllitaiy duty. For
tbls favor they always thanked tho Republi
can party and have voted that ticket to .a man.
This year ono of their number voted for
Cleveland, This so aroused tho Iro ot thu
others that at a jollification meetluz ho wns
brought forth nnd ridden through tho streets
on 'a rail, whllo tho crowd Jeered hl,u. IIo
solemnly promised not to repeat tbo olTcnso
aud was then taken back Into full com
munion. The KitKcr tho I'ronocutir.
licnu.v ?iav. 20. Tho I'rclitnatge declares
that Lmpcror William himself Is tho prosecu
tor ot tlo Liberal Journals, und that tliu fact of
his bolnc; so Is tantamount to an admission of
the complete genuineness of Frederick's diary
us published. It says that tho main question
nt Issuo, which will havo to be piovud as a
preliminary to fuithcr aud final proceedings,
Is whether tho diary ically belongs to tho llm
pcror or to his mother,
I'llHt uu a hniall .Salary.
Outotiio, Nov. 20, AJfafiiil special from
Molluo, 111., says: W. L. Stoughton, pay
master for tho Mollne Wagon Company, aged
25 j ears, Is missing, and It has been discovered
that within tho pout fow ycau ho has drawn
over $10,000 in wages mndo out to Imaginary
Dailies, IIo wus n fast joungmau, with only
n moderate inlaiy.
A 1'utul l'mully Uuurrel.
IHnvuxi:, Jm, Nov. 20. Johu Armstrong,
an engineer hi thu Grupo Creek mines in this
counly, and his wife had a family quarrel lust
evening. ,lpseph OUscow, a hoarder at tho
house, undertook to Interfere, when Arm
strong druw a revolver and shot him tluough
the heart, Armstrong took to tho woods, and
ofllcers are sow lu pursuit.
Thu Klvctrfcul Ansoulutlou,
Vivrauuiw, l'A., Nov. 20. The exocutlvo
commltteo ot tho National Klcctrlu Associa
tion hasjileclded to bold tho noxt annual con
entlon at Chicago, on FobruarylU, isso.
Inventor Keely Iteleusod.
riuiyAojiLpiiu, Nov. 20. luyeutor John W.
Koely was to-dy tqkun from prlou, where ho
was committed for contempt, aud allowed to
enter hall in the sum of $1,000 to appear on
January 13. '
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Senator Colquitt Ite-elcotud.
Atpantv,- Ol., Nov 20.-Alfrid 11. Col
qulttu was to day elected United States Bona
lor. rcccivinK ovcry vedo ca.it lu tho Senate
mid Houso except two,
Mariori D. N6wman-St. , Clair-Do
- Hughes Placed on Trial.
SUB GAVE, NOT LENT HIM MONEY.
Sho Lotcd III111, NotwIllKluujtIup; IIo
Yu .Murileil. ''.
Jlnrlon G.' Xcwninn, with his ljnnd
somo nsorlniunt of aliases, lifs 'gold
headed umbrella and his shiny silk tile,
appeared in tho Police Court about noon
to-day to answer to the chargo Of oh
talnlulng $10 from Mrs. ICnlo Stnilh, who
answered his advertisement for a wife,
Jtrs, Smith rnmo into couit dissolved
in tears. She woto a long dark'bluo
wrap closely lilted to her largely rounded
form. Under thu wrap was u liandsoiiiu
ecru fall street dress with a vest of silk
of a lighter shade. Tho upper part of
her face was covered by u black Mill
reaching a trllle bolow her nose.
Sho woro 11 small led bqiinot
ornamented with blnck beads,
fhu W03 given 11 chair w hell she took
tlio stand, und sat with Iut buck toward
tho curious atidicncc4n Uiu catntjoom
She seemed uimblo to liilk on account of
her sobhs, and tc-illled by rio'ddhig
"yes" or "uo'' to tho UeMlnn put by
Prosecuting Atlornoy Khlllingtoii,
Tliu court loom wus crnwdoil,1. und
among the audtenco wore n number of
women whoso faces reddened from tlmo
to tlmo as lcforeni-es wore mado" to Iho
number of unsworn Mr. Newman's ad
A liig biindlu of loiters wus brought
into couit, but nono nt them were read.
Another big bundle contained Mr.,
Newman's letters to Mrs. Smith und
from theso numerous extracts were lead.
Mrs, Smith mi tho Stand.
Mis. Smith was the Hist witness hoard,
ami she seemed vciy anxious to' say
nothing that would injure her e.
butrolhed. alio was asked If sho gave Mr. New
mun the $19 because ho thought him
unmarried and bcc.iusa she expected
him to marry her.
She also dcclaicd that Ihelr engage
ment had been broken befoio she gave
him the money.
Mis. Smith used tho word "gave"
ovciy tlmo.sho icfcncd to thu transfer of
her money to him. Sho raid that sho
had on several occasions offered Mr.
Xowinan various sums of money, and
that lie had lofused it.
Sho was asked why sho did this, and
sho sobbed out that site couldn't account
for hci actions.
Such portions of Xuwrunn's letters ns
weio read Showed lcttcr-wiltlng ubilltv
of an unusual order, lie combined lov'o
and liuunccs In a most graceful fashion,
and tho leading of his letters evoked n
great deal of merriment.
Mrs. Newman reiterated hor declara
tion that sho had glveu Xowinan tho
money of her own free will, nnd not be
cause of any solicitation or piomiscs on
Tlio flics of Tun Post containing Mr.
Newman's advertisement, which ho
identified, wero put in evidence nnd the
cleverly-worded Adveitisciueut read to
tho couit. ,
Deloctivo Knif was called aflor 3Irs,
Smith had left tho stand, and- told how
Mrs. Smith complained to Officer IJlock
nud ilnw lifter Mr. Newman's- nnestsho
reiterated. her complaint in his presence
uttho detective's olllcc.
Detective Huh" also told how, at tho
Twelfth Street Station-house, Mr. Xow
inan again nlleicd to marry Mis. Smith
right In tho station-house. The de
tective also exhibited a contract of mar
riage, coverlhe a whole sheet of big
"legul cap" paper between St. Clair,
which was one of Newman's alleged
aliases, and a Miss Noble. Thu de
tective said that Newman admitted being
a mnirlcd man.
lien ho asked him how ho cxpyctcd
to marry Mrs. Smith, his answer was
thnt ho would ''got her out, aud then
givo her tho slip easy enough."
AVhlle Mr. ItulT was giving his testi
mony, which was as injurious to ws.
Smith's feelings its to Mr. Newman's
case, she sat with licr face hidden in
her hands nnd her forehead resting
against tho dingy wainseotting, and from
timn to tlmo hor well loifndcd form
shook convulsively with her sobs.
Detectlvo Horno was called and cor
roborated what Detectlvo Hail hud idd.
Ofllccr Mock told how hu had ai rested
Newman on Mrs. Smith's i'omphint, and
how sho clmiged him with obtaining
money by falso pretenses hi Nowmnn's
Mr. Mock also detailed how Mrs.
Smith had told him that sho had just 50
and sho gavo him a dollar to get "some
thing to eat aud sniuu drinks," and after
wind loaned him tho $10. '
Then Mrs. Smith was lecallcd, and
sobblngly testified that sho cared so
much lor Mr. Newman that sho gave
him tho $19 because sho liked htm,
whether lie wns niarilcd to some other
woman or not.
She admitted that sho had suvoral
times told tho policu thnt shu didn't
wish to piosecuto Mr. Ncwnmu, ami that
sho gavo him her $ 19 of hor own freo
will und not becauso sho expected the
Tho moio closoly Mrs. gjniltli was
rjucstloned the more violently sho sobbed
and finally bur examination wasglveuup
in dispatr of eliciting anything of viiluo
to olthoi tho piosicutiou or tlio defense.
T11disposi111rofthoca.su Judgo Miller
said: " I havo been reading theso letters
(Newman's) very eaiofully, They
breathe tho utmost nrdcr of duvotlon but
through ovei y lino there is tho trait ot
Ihodollor. The attempt of a rogue to
sy work upon this lady's feelings that
sho will glvo him money."
Hut Hint would not havo been tho
crime of fnlie pretenses If thern had been
nothing proceeding It. Logully It was
not a crime though It was 11 moral one.
Then when sho offcied him tho money
ho wns after ho coquetted with it pro
tended ho did not want it but he never
lot gel out of his slKht.
"If hu had gone to Mrs. Smith and
said, 'Mis. Smith. I'm iv married man;
l'vo got a wife In Jackson, and God
knows whcio else,' sho would never
lmvo given the monoy. I'll send the cuso
to tho grand Jury in bonds of $500.'l
Mrs. Smith bioko iuto sobbs, and
rushed from tho couit room in a shower
of tears, and tho great LotUnrla New
man case was ovor for a whllo ut least.
Sellers to hu l'Jceted,
Wati-hioo, lu., Nov. 20.- United States
Marshal Letmind of luwu, Is at Fort Hpdgo
with warrants for tho ejectment of the eight or
twelvo hundred fumlllos on thu Des Moines
lands, bloodshed Is feared upon tho attoaipt
to execute tbo writs.
A 1'rciuli Driiiiiulli,! Ilcml
J.ofliON, Npv. i&V-ndmuud fioudlnltc, the
Frchch dramatic uuthor, Is dead.
l rf. atAkw d
TIIK ELilOHMNOl TL00K.
Thn I'ollllclmis 1'iirlcd ut the Condltlod
London, Nov 20, Luropcttn polltl"
clans nro becoming more puzicd than
over nt the possible complications of tho
triple ulliaucc. Tho ndvantnges which
'Atlstrln and Ilnly will reap from it ho
como moro obvious ovcry day, nnd It la
certain that Germany Is satisfied with
.tlio situation. Italy is relieved from tlio
fear which sho lias niicady felt of
France, nnd lit the exultation of her lc
llveiunco hns made claims which would
havo seemed urcsumptuous somo years
Tho wino-liisplrcd speech of tlio
Itulinu General, who proclaimed tliht
henceforth thero was to bu no thorough
fare across thu Alps, testifies to tho na
tional feeling, hut military critics plneo
lilllo dependence upon tho moinlo of tho
It is it point worth remarking thnt, so
far off lis China, tliu force of tho central
alliance has made Itself felt. Tho Celes
tial Government has Yielded the point
that In future the Italian ml'slonurlcg
who are engaged lu thu benevolent, but
seemingly fruitless, tnsk of converting
tho lirAthcti In that country, shall lmvo
for their safeguards passports in tho
nnmo of their own country instead of
that of Franco, ns heretofore.
The shrowd rulers over tho destinies
of China must havo becomo convinced of
thu increased importance of Italy before
changing the traditional policy of tho
conservative) empire in such 11 suggestlvo
manner. Franco has always by diplom
acy and forco of arms endeavored to im
press upon r.ustcrn nations nn idea of
iier importance among European powers,
und although reverses lmvo befallen hqr
In her attempts lately, sho will not ro
liniiilsli her idea for any slight consid
erations. t JL Goblet faced the freo-thinUlnc
clement boldly in tliu Chamber of
Deputies when ho urged tho inipottnnco
of iiiulntnlnlugfrlu;ldly iclatinns with tho
Vatican fertile purpose of keeping up Iho
vlilual protectorate which Franco hns for
over n century exercised in tlio Kast.
Uxiictly wdial roturus It yields in a practi
cal way tlie French must bu considered
the best udges, but they havo clung to
their policy nt the cost of no inslgnlllcuut
amount of lives and monoy.
It will bo galling to national pride to
have their supicinaey in the 01 iont' in
terfered with, but the attacks upon thr
budget have shown It to be veiy likely
that economy will outweigh sentiment
for tho future, aud the financial outlook
of Franco Is ono demanding serious con
sideration. A KiiiiMin 3!Miuhlnor Arretted.
HurciiiNsON, Kas., Nov. 20. William Huw'k
was arrested hero yesterday for moohshlnlng
within a stono's throw of tho city marshal's
resldcuco. Hawk had nn old tlireslilntj ma
chine cnelno wtileli hu Kept tired up all the
lime, and ho was hiinpocd to ho making
chop mixture for feeding hogs. This has kept
up for nnirly a year, and yesterday It wasills
corered that hu wus inal.lnc; a pour grado of
whiskey. Tho still wus taken possesion of
nud Hawk sent to Jail.
Nut tn hu .Settled.
Gl.uvr.i.ANi), O. Nov. 20. Tho report that
tho Chicago, Ilurllngton it Qnlney striho Is
about to ho battled Is denied nt tho headquar
ters of tho Brotherhood of Loeouiotlvo Tlnp;!
iiccr hi tbls city. Chief Arthur w as not to bn
scut yestcrdav forenoon, hut First Assistant
11 r. mil Chief Ihigluccr lugrahani stated that
tlieru Is no foundation for tho story telegraphed
from Chicago. Chief Aithur, when seen later,
emphatically denied tho truth of tho report
nud said that thu striko icmulus unchanged.
A Series of Acrlilonls.
Srmxo Vam.bv, III., Nov. 20. On Satur
day nttcruoon a freight train on tho Chicago,
Burlington .t Qnlney ran Into 11 grjvcl truth
near this place, wrccklug uu cngluo and sev
eral cars, csterday attcrnoon, whllo thu
wrecking train was cloarlug away the debris,
it was run Into by an oxtrn freight, demolish
ing uuothcr engine ami several cars. No one
Was Injure 1 luelthor wreck.
Alleffeil' JJyuiuiiltorii ltojtl fu&X'rlal
tUr.Esnunu, If.u, Nov. 20. Yesterday
(H'Orco Clarkiftud George Hcily ot this city,
and John A. l)aucrcsen of Aurora, Durllngtqn
strikers, Indicted oh a charge of conspiring
to destroy llurllngton trains with dynamite,
appeared before J ndco rhnltb, lu thu Circuit
Court, and gavo bauds la thu sum of $0,000
each to appear for trial Monday.
A Family 1'iiUoneil.
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 20. A special
fiom SummcHlcld, Ala,, says that the family
uf 'William Morgan, a whlto citizen and fai
nter, wero poisoned yustciday uud somo of
thi m may die. They ale food for dinner pre
pared by a negro servant, aud Immediately all
fell sick. Thu food has not yet boen analyzed,
'tho servant was arrested. Tho family num
lie May he Lynched.
LiTciiriBLii, III., Nov. 20. .John .Richards
of Carlluvillo wus arrested hero yesterday
afternoon for assaulting n child of Mr. Marsh
all, a fanner. Incitement 111ns high, and tlio
probabilities aro that a lynching party will be
organized. The man claims to be a nephew
ot (Jeu, John M. Palmer. Tho girl Is In a
FINANCIAL AND CUMMKKCIAh.
Tho Stock mid Manny Murker.
New Youk, Nov. 20. Money 2gfiJ pcrcout.
Echange steady; posted ruto, 4S.r4331; ac
tual rates, 1&IJ&48I1 f or slty da) s and 1S3
(SrtKSl for demand. Governments quiet hut
steady; currency 0s, 121 bid; Is, coupon, V2Sk
bid; Us, do., 1033 bid.
1 hu stocl: market opened dull, but firm,
with prices fractionally higher than tboso of
Inst night, uud the market continued strong
up to 11 o'clock.
After that hour thero wus a short selling of
N. N, ii N. K., nnd In tho hour to noon prices
dropped 4 tolj percent, Slnco Twelve o'clock
the market has recovered slightly and ut tho
piescut wrlting-a firmer footing prevails.
1 p. m. prices. W. r.,&H: N. Y. C, 103j
N. J. C, 008; N. I'., 25J; I'M., 00; O. 1, fio;
U. 1'., tU; Mo., 77; U. S., 521; I). 11., llll;
I).,-L. Wl!)7; ErlcffltJ; I'M., UU; K. .fcT.,
13j; I,. S 00 j; L. A N GO; N, W 110J; O.
it W.. 15; O. it it., 221; 1. MaTj; Heading,
JSJ: Omaha, !I7; Hi. I'aul, fJ; I'M., 1031;
N. it 0 VJ; I'M., 252; "- & O,, 110; O. Ai
N., OJ; O. T., ISOJ.
Ciiicuio, Nov. H. Opening, 0.!50 a, in.
WhcaV-Dce., 109J; Jau., 103J; May, 1I2J,
Corn Nov., U01; Dec. Us; Jan., ST; May,
US?, Oats Nov.,25; Dec, 2."iJ;M.iy,.13i. Fork
-Jail, 411.774; Slay. i?15.02. Lird-Nov.,
W.50; Dec., $3.!I7; Jan., JH.:t2J; May, 3.50.
abort ribs Jan., i7.52; .Muy, J.7.70.
Tho Washington Mtoeks.
MUcollancous Honds W. A (!. It. It.. U0J;
Masonic Hall Ass'u. 100, Wash. .Market to ,
115; Wash. Light lufuntiy, 1st, l; Wash.
Light lnfantiy, 2d, ; Wau. Uus Light
Co.. 121; Wash, tins ltlghts, iM.
National Udiik Stocks 11 ink of Washltiic
tou,U00;llank ot ltcpilbllu, 17t);Mctiopolltun,
200; Central. 200: Second, 10.2; l'urmers' and
Mwhunlcs', HW; Clllzcus', 125 J j Columbia,
Hall road Stocks Washington and Gcorgo
tow u, '312; Metropolitan, 107jj; Columbia, UJ;
Cap. it North O st,, MJ; Anucostlu, 10.
Insurance blocks l-lrcmon's. S3; I'rauklin,
U01; ilotiopolitan, J; National Uulou, lt'i;
Arlington, 1535; Corcoran. 50J; Columbia, 124,
(ici'uuu American, 155; Potomac, OJ; ltiggs,
(Jus aud I'.lcctno Light Stocks Washington
(las, IKij; Ueorgetowu (las, H;U. 8. Klcctrlu
Telephone .Stocks Chesapeake it Potomac,
MUcullaucous Stocks Wushlnston Market
Co., Ill; Washington llrlck Machloo Co.. W.i,
National l'l ess 111 Ick Co,,; Great Falls lco
Co., 11)0; Hull Kun Vanorama Co, 1H. Ileal
Ktato TIllo Insurance Co., 1174; Columbia,
Title- Insurance Co,, 53; Nntluual fcUtc; De
posit Co,,; American (liuphophono Co., 12.
I.omil Wviither Iiidlciitlnus,
Slightly colder fair; northwesterly winds.
Teinptiuturi to-day i Ua m., 11. Iz m., lit
3 p. m., Ill
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