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IiATE DIM'AUTJIEST NEWS.
Itim iin ok Tin: Boston. The Hoston
arrived nl Now York to-day from llnyti.
To Command tfonr Monhok. Mnjor
Royal T. Frnnk, First Ailllleiv, Is us
signed to the cotnmnud of Vort Monroe,
"Vu., nud of tho Artillery School nt thnt
PTor.FKisnT.tiB and (.tAimiins. Tho fol
low inn storekeepers nml gangers wero
appointed to-duy: ltobcrt 0. Frnzier,
Catawba, N. C.i Henry W. Outhrle, Sc
wamu, Oa.; 1'cter U. Coffee, Clayton, Ga.
An.Mv OitiiKiis. Major Marcus P.
Miller, Fifth Aitllleiy, Is detailed for
duty ut tho Aitllleiy School nt Fort Mon
loo, Vn. This lcnvo of nhseneo, granted
to Captain John Van It. llolT, assistant
suigcmi, lias been extended one month.
I'Nirno Status UtmiiKNev. Tho re
port of tho Comptroller of Currency for
tho neck ending to-day ulipvra tho num
ber of National Hank notes outstanding
ns follows: Currency, &2:i7,(l!W,28oj gold
notes, "JtlSd.SlT; total, $237,882,102. Tho
National Hank notes Issued during tho
week amount to .f IO.j,8;SO; National
Hank notes destrbved during thu week,
lYMASTr.nVrnit Major William F.
Tucker, paymaster tf. 8. A., Is ordeied
to piocecd to Foit Myur, Va. j Washing
ton Ihiunuks, District of Columbia; Fort
Mcllunry, Md., mid Foit Monioc, Vn.,
lo p ly troops nt those sections to Novem
ber IW. 1HS, and will then return to his
ollleo in this city. Tjiu commanding oill
curs of tho troops Indicated in the ioie
going order are requested to forwntd the
muster and pay-rolls to Major Tucker as
noon ns practicable.
.Minor mid rnmnnnl.
Senator Cockrelf of .Missouri was nt tho
lulerlor Department to-iluy.
Colonel Muldrow, l'lrst Assistant Secretary
ot the Inlet lor Department, lias returned from
Ms trip South. Ho says tho pcnplo In MI sls
slppl arc ot the opinion that tUo H0U60 is
THE DISTltlOT GOVERNMENT.
Tho annual report o( Auditor l'elty shows
that tho receipts for tho last fiscal year
nmouutcd to sr51357,0KMl, of which $4,527,
007.12 was appropriated. 610,700 07 repild to
appropriation, aud tl,0iy,80.").O2 lialaueo on
hand Jul) l,lSh7. Tnurc were 0,213 accounts,
Iiiiluslio' of p.ij--rnlls, audited, nnd !)0,
rs;i checks drawn, lielng nu excess of 777 au
dits nud 2,030 chicks over those of the pre
vious j oar.
A work of very great linportanca Is tho
proposed consolidated iccord of tatfarrear
ages, arranged nutiierlcally by square nnd lot,
designed iiccordlng to tho plan adopted by
tho Commissioners, to show nt a glanco tho
total amount of tax duo upon any glTm lot.
Itio Auditor In his rcpon mnkes tho follow
ing significant statement: "An order was is
sued directing tho Auditor 'to examlno and
audit all books and accounts' of 'employes
havlne charge of tho permit funds.' This
order was executed ns far as was practicable,
but tho work has been suspended for tho
reason that a portion of tho records rc(Ulrod In
tho examination caurtot be found. As t-ooti as
tho nccesarv data Is furnished tho audit will
bo completed and dual report tnado to tho
Commissioners." . .
The Commissioners state that tho prematuro
pnbllcatlon of some suggestions by tho As
sessor In an nttcruoon paper under tho head
of "Instructions to Assessors Who Will Mako
tho Trl pnnlal Assessment Noxt March," has
caused them some iiicouyenlcncc.
1). McNamara has been granted tho contract
for filling Jj street, between North Capitol
and First streets cast, at ten cents, per cubic
Thrco gaslainps wllboorectcd on Madison
ncmio, between SIxtcontli and Seventeenth
Tho Commissioners hnvo unproved tho rec
ommendation of Captain I.usk thai fifty tiro
Jijdrants bo purchased from . L. Dent.
A gaslamp will bo erected on tho north sldo
ot f! street, bcUyocn Seventh and Eighth;
'Iho Commissioners bavo decided to lay a
water-main ou east Twelfth strcot extended,
fiom Iloundary street to M street, aud along
M street to Trluldad nvenuo,
Juo. T. Hope a mnll carrier, complained to
tho Commissioners on tho 10th Instant that
tlicro Is a feuco built across Sixteenth street,
between Krlo and Chapln streets. Tho ob
struction, ho says, compels him to go such a
roundabout way that It is fmpossllilo for him
to deliver his routo In tho tlmo allotted. Tho
blockading nffects about 100 houses. Captain
fjmons reports that tho fence Is built on pri
vate property. It shuts off a portion of tho
prlvato. property that has boon used as u ro.ul
way for n number of years. Ho recommends
thnt $300 bo expended on Meridian avenuo to
put It In passable condition.
Gas lamps will bo erected on tho north sldo
of it street botweon Now Jersey avenuo and
1'omtli street, also on Itlchardson I'laco bo
tween It and Iiouudnry street.
Win. Hcsslor of Eleventh and K streets has
asked that tho lilll-Jiort.es bo removed Jrora bis
A building permit has been granted to T. L.
Cronloy aud A. H. Croploy to erect thica
dwellings, IU30 to 11340 M street, to cost $2,700.
THE COURT KECOltl).
Crliiilniil Court -.IiiHtlci! Montgomery.
JcssoGray, embozloraent; plea not guilty.
William Woody, larceny from tho person;
plea not guilty. William Warren, murder;
plonuot guilty. Kobcrt. Logan, murder, plea
not guilty, .lolin A. Lewis, assault to kill;
pica not guilty. Ulchard Hates, receiving
stolen proneity; plea not guilty. Mary A.
Jacksou, larceny, pies not guilty. James
Wrlsht, embezzlement; ple.i not guilty. Her
tlo Talt, larceny; pica not guilty. Charles
Dean, cmboiilcment, plea not guilty, James)
Walk, larceny from tho person; sentence, four
jears at Albauj. Johu Williams, larceny; sen
tence, ono jear at Albany. Charles Cnates,
larceny from the person; ono year nt Albany,
Archld Hill, hou'ebicaklng: soutciicc, two
ji-ars and sW months- nt Albany, William
Aloxandor, l.ucony from tho parson; eoutci.ee,
llvojoam ut Albany.
ftiuotluir to 31. Cniiiiolln, l
Tho members of I.a Corclo des I'rccicuocs
ltldlcules cave n icccntlou at Hie looms of tho
Arl Students' Lcacuo to M. CoqUcliu after tho
peilormancc ot "Frou-I'roii" jit Albaiigh's
last night. About llfty iiiciubcrs of tho Cerclo
wcropirsent, M. Coquclln was uccotnpanlcd
by M. K. Uiiqucsno, ouo of tho members of
bis company. 1'iofcssor It. Dumalno dc
jlvcied nu ndl rem of welcome, .to which M.
IJoquellti responded by reciting "LoClupenu."
M Houston, tho French Minister, was
Ilin l''iiniiriil of Cuptiilii" llnnllt,
Tho funeral sen Ices over tho remains of tho
lato Cautaln Durritt this aftfcmoou woio wit
nisstd uy a largo number of tilemls of tho do
oasfil. Rev. Father Maekln of NU MutthrVe
unieliitrd. Interment was at .Mount Olivet.
Tho following had been selected as pall
boaters: .Mr. Stllsoti llutcbliis, General 11, V.
lloMitrm, Jlr. Frank A Hit hardson, Mr. A. 0,
Hue), Geneial Mbcrt Ordwoy, Colonel Chalks
V. I.lmulu, Major II. L. Cnuifoid, Captain
Klrlmid W. Tyler.
Suilu! .mil l'rriioiml.
Mrs. Frank II. Conger aud children bavo ro
tuinid from Kuropoon Uie stormcr Weoteru
land, mid m lived in this city )uturu).
Miss Kllzaheth Ituudolpli will bo married to
Mr. John T. Hurrls on WL-diiewlay oouuig at
tlio Church of tho Im-arnitlon.
The regular music rldo will bo given at tho
Washington Hiding Academy to-night. Thoso
r.- freo to all lovers ot boms and hoisemun
thlp. ItoprcheutntUo lUnnl Muirleit.
Hcpresentutlvu John T. Hniiil of Mlssoutl
and Mies Copelaiul ot tho same State weio
married at ten o'clock this morning ut KI4
Nuw Jersey iivclme, tho residence of Miss
Tim DlyiiKen Ornnlvd.
Divorces wro granted to day to Mary M
Unfiling aud to Authuuy J, Urooks.
Tho Keystone Stato to Be Well Repre
sented on March 1 Next.
LOCALITIES MAK1NQ APPLICATION.
Tlio Kxecutlvo Conilulllcn tn IIulil H
t'cnnsyl vnnln's troops will prodoniinnlo
In the next Inauguration Day purado, ns
they did in tho lust one. Adjutnnt-Cicn
cral UnstlngH has ni ranged witli tho
Pennsylvania Ilnllrond Coinpnuy for tho
transportation of tho cnthaoiganizalion
of the Xntlonnl Gunrtl of I'onnsylvanla to
Washington. Ilu couuls upon uhout
7,f!00 iiien participating.
Capt. John T. Hilton of 1'nttcrson,
N. J., is here to-day looking for quartern
for the l'helps Ounrds nnd friend!), iiuin
boring 2S0 persons.
Hoveral mllitniy companies nnd civic
orgnnl.ntlotis lit Kansas liavo ox pressed
n willingness to bo prosent iiero on
Shu ch -1.
It is Bald thnt Colonel Swordi, sor-gcant-nt-urms
of tho hcidijunrters of tho
Itepubllcan Campnlgn Coniniittco lit Now
York, has been oU'erod tho position of
bceretary of tho Innugtiinl Committee.
Tho commltteo on rules, consisting of
Chairman Britlon, Colonel l'arker mid
Mr. A. M. Clapp, met nt3Ir. Urltton's
houso Inst night nnd fonntilatcd rules
for tho guldanro of thu executive of tho
various Rub-committtes. These rules
will be Hindu known nt tho meeting to
night. Tho meetings of tho Exccutlvo Commlt
teo hereafter will ho private. The re
sult of tho committee's work will bo
given out to the press.
Up to Inst night $31,810 had been sub
scribed townrd tho Iunuguratlou ex
penses. A bureau of informntion for tlio bono
fltoftho.su civic and military organisa
tions intending to visit Washington in
March next will shortly bo established
iu tho Atlnntie building. Tho oillces of
the chairmen of Military, Civil aud Pub
lic Comfort committees "will be opon oaily
Mr. Lawronco Gaidnorwas to-day 'ap
pointed n member of the Kxecutlvo
Committee. Tho committee meet to
night nt half-past seven o'clock iu tho
Atlantic building, iu room 11.
Applications fiom the various clubs
nnd military organizations of tho coun
try for position iu lino of the inaugural
proccssi6n ore coming in at n lively rate.
Somo'of tho clubs liavo already seemed
quarters, notably: Tlio Suburban Itepub
llcan Club and tlio North Sldo Itupubli.
can, both of New York city, each llfty
strong, will ho quarteted over Wasli.
Williams', corner Seventh nnd 1) streets.
Tlio Itepubllcan Club of Fnlrilcld Con
necticut, sovcnty-llvo members, liavo
written that they will como In uniform.
Tho Milos' Battalion of Bridgeport, Con
necticut, hnvo notillcd the committee
thnt they will bn present.
t No arrangements !to position in lino
will bo made until about two vteeks bo
foro thu inauguration,
Mr. A. Ii. Barker has t.ont his check
a csli'$100 to the fund.
Chatrlllinrflrittoft stnlcd this nttcruoon
thnt ho bad not been Cougiessman
McConins but that ho was very anxious
to see him nbout the appropriation for
the 500 special policeman to bo appointed
during Inauguration week.
THE LEFT-OVKIt .SMIEDUIjE.
A l'ortlon of Thin Your' Street Improo
lncntM lli)-utlmuluil I 'or.
The schedule of strcots selected by tho
Comrnissioners for impiovetncnt during
tho present year was based on an esti
mate of $800,000. Congioss appropriated
JU15.000 only, und about $200,1)00 worth
of woik had to bo scaled oil the schedule.
Tho Commissioners to-day nroparcd tho
following list of streets which had to bo
loft out, nud which, nccotdlng to tho
custom, nro' Included in the cbtimiitcs for
tho following year:
Northwest Fifth, fiom Q to lloundiry,
paved, $15,100; !J-M, from JI to O, pncd. $14,-l-'.U;
25th, N. 11. avo. to K, paved, JO.WMI; F,
!i!itli to alth, grade and repali. $0,000, ia,G0u;
L, frwuasth to 27th, paved ftJ.SOO; -t J, from Va.
ne. to I), piied. 1.7,030; 25th, fiom l'a. ao.
to M, paved. 4,000; 18th St., lutoi section ot
St. north, paved. iI,?J3.
Houthwest II, ftom 1st to 3d, paved, ll, MB.
Nortlieast Dili, fiom Mass. uvc. to Mil.
nvc., gmdo and lepalr, $7,6
F, one-halt pave, 410,850.
600; 3d, from O to
Southeast C. from llth to 7tb. tuo. $0,-
C0; D, from t!d to 0th, pave, H.',?00; Otli,
from E. Cap. to 1, grudo nnd icpnlr, $10,250;
1st, fiom U to U, p.ivo, W.nOOj U, fiom 7th lo
lltlj, grade nud repair, djfiOO; U, north side,
from Venn. avo. to 0th, paw, $1,0.10, south
side of Lincoln Squat c, curb, gutter nud side
Georgetown l'rospcet lrom High to Uoth,
pave, SICOOU; :ilth from M to 1", p.ivo, fH.OOO.
General Sclicdulo- O, S, i', s c., fiom 1st to
H. J. ave.. rave. $1U.40I): Md. uve.. n. c.
fiom llih to Iloundary, pave, i.W,0X); l'oiina.
avo. e. e., from Uth to llrldgu, Krado nud io
pnlr.;.'r2Ol000j N. Cap. from I to K, p.ivo,
Thu Now- Olubu Tlioutto.
'Iho Globo'lhentre, located on Vcnnsylvn
ula avenuo, between Illoveiith nnd Twulfth
streets, w ill bo opened to tho public on Mon
day after u thorough icnovatlou. Ncwocenery,
now curtains, new decorations turn cuipctlug
hnvo boeu obtnlncd, and it Is tho Intention ut
thu inanagets, Messis. ltoop it Nopper, to
tuaUo It an nttractivu placo ot iimuseiuciit.
'Ihoy aro obi thcatrlral meu. Mr. H. Jean
HucMoy will bo tho stage manager. Tho
theatre will open with n big specialty com
pany, including Harry I.n lioso, tho Coulsou
Bisters and tho Qieenes, local favorites. 1'ilees
will range from ten to llfty cents,
Wiintit to Siicceml 1 orilUiil'.
Cougrossmau James K. Cam)bnll of Ohio,
who rctlros with thuelosoof thisCongret.s,wlll
'lKibup serenel)" nout year as a candidate
for Oovcruor, nnd his friends have already bo
gun tho preliminary uorK to secure tho Demo
cratic uomlnatlou for him.
AT TIIK HHTKliS.
1'. 8. Kitstls ot Chicago, li. J. Swords ot
Now Yolk, and It. tl. Wliltutr r.6d wife of
Florida, are nt WHIaid's.
Illehop C. K. Johusou of I'htbultlphla is ut
Ilepresemntlvoll. t. Muldiowof Mississippi
is ut the ICliliItt
tioorsro II. Kldrldcoof Washlnctoii. Sirs. 8.
M. Illumine ot llu. lull nnd Mr, nnd Mis. )!.
II. ltushtuu of 1'hlladelphl.i, mo nt WilcUi's.
l.ieiitonnut C. 8. l'erry, U. S, N Is nt
II, M. Goodman .md wlfo of Loulsvllhi,
Ky., and 1', Ijirauz of Now York, aro at thu
It. C. Miller of New York, Charles Joly or
I'Dlludelphln and II. K. Klaus nud tilfoof
Teipiisseu aro at thu Arlington.
Charles II, Webb of New York nnd William
II, lluckloy ot Ilaitford nro at Cliamborllii's.
James 11. 1'ratt of Now Yen 1c IsntAVorm
loy's. ltcpieseutatlvcs F. (i, Harry of Mississippi,
John Nichols ot North Cuiollna and W, 11 F.
I.co of Ylrglnhi are uniunj; thu lioprcicntn
tives rcglstured ut tho libtiitt.
VASIIIoyGrTON, SATURDAY J3VETSTIXG-, aN -
TmillSlUIi AHItAV DP
TuiIko .MniilRoinriy lniinsi-H 11 Number
ol Sentence 'Jo-ilny.
Tlio usual array of criminals that
Satuuluy btlngs into tho Ciimlnal Court
wero up bcfoio .Tutlgo Montgomery for
in tho enso of Mary Moigan, AWat
Mngglo Dunmoio, convicted of lnrrony
In taking a pockotbook from tho houso
of Julia Jl. Banks, .Tudgo Montcoinery
deferred scntencu until January 10, pro
viding that Hho glvo J200 ball.
Shu camb acios tho pockotbook as fllio
wiib piLsslug through tho houso to got
Tames Clnrke, colored, charged with
larceny from thu person, nupenrcd radi
ant with n blue nnd black nccktlo nnd
clean linen. He had stolen a pocket
book ftom the pocket of Barbara Scrog
gins on Ausust 18 last, in tlio Centre
Market, lie toid tho Court that ho was
25 years old and hud been aricstcdfour
times. He was sent to Albany for four
John Williams, colored, was sont to
the penitentiary for one year for stealing
n watch belonging to John A. Boycr.
Kfforts lo show that ho was nudcr 10
yeaisold wore tiiisiicecsjful.
ChntlcH Coates, colored, canto up for
sentence smiling ns gaily as if ho wero
ntiihoclul party. Ilowus convicted, of
stealing ?5 from ills slstor-ln-lniv linking
u family dlfllculty, hi which ho was
chnstlsliur both ills wifo nnd her sister.
"Judge, if I took that money, you did,
too," siild the ptisonur with u grin that
was irresistibly good humored. Ho was
sentenced to tho penitentiary for ono
year, nnd rctiied from tho court-room
smiling as cheerfully ns over.
Aichlo Hill, colored, was sent to Al
bany for two yens and six months for
breaking Into tho houso of James W.
A penalty of fivo years was Imposed
in Iho case of Archio Hill, convicted of
having nssaulted and robbed Ann K.
Phllpott, and old lady as sho was passing
tliiough tlio Monument grounds nt
about 0 o'clock in tlio morning. Ho
spoko in nn incoherent mumble and np
neiucd not to hear what was said to him,
nut it was cvidontly a bit of acting on
Kmll Monthrop, convicted of larceny
from tho person, was called nnd his bail
jenowed until tho 10th of Jnnunry, when
his case will bo finally disposed of.
off roil nmoi'K.
T.nrit Suclcilllu unit Mr. nml Mm. Chum
borlnln Sail Toiliiy.
Mr. Joseph Chamberlain had intended
to lctuaiu in this city until noxt wcok,
but finding that Lord Sackvillo could not
stay that long ho changed his mind and
accompanied tho Sackvillo party. In
tho Chamberlain party weio Mr. and
Mrs. Chambeilain, tho bridn's mother,
MrB. Secretary Bndleott, nnd Mrs. Cham
berlain's brotbci, William Undicolt. It
was tlio intention of Sccrotnrv Endlcott
to accompany tho partv to Now York,
but prcsstue of business prevented
him nt thu hist moment. Thu
schedule tlmo for tho train to thnt
city wns 4:22 o'clock, but It wns
half an hour late. After ciossiug tho
ferry the Cliambciluin party nt onco wont
to tho Biovooit House. Mr. Chamber
lain kept himself in strict rctiipmeut,
and did not go out during tho ovoning.
lionhSaelcYJUe-nml his two daughters
and Mr. nnd Mrs. Chamberlain will hail
on thu'IFl'Cilch'lindtitcamcrLa Burgoyno,
which left at 8 o'clock this morning,
bound for Havre. Lord S.ickvillo was
immediately driven to tho steamer upon
bis nrilvnl. Ills said thnt ho will go to
Pnrls. Mrs. Kndlcott nnd her son will
loturn to Wnshinglon nfter seeing Mr.
Chnmbrrlaiu and his br'dc on board the
THE Clllll.ST.MAS Chilli.
Tho Meetlnc of tlio Lildles Interested
Siinu tn lie IIulil,
Tho Cliildrcn's Christmas Club Mill
hold thoir annual meeting on Saturday,
December 1, to mako arrangements for
tho seventh annual dinner. Tho ladles
in charge of tho organization, of which
Mis. Judge Hngner is president, will
probably meet thu Ilrst of next week.
MiTKlKWlCX IiKFT OUT.
AVlinrton llnrkar biilit Tn Have (.allied
Tho J'ummtH Clilneso CmicuHsloiin.
A dlspiiich from Shanghai to tho Lon
don Standard says AVhniton Barker ,hus
brought forward tho pioposed conces
sion to tho American financial syndi
cato on n clearer basis, and it is expected
Unit it will be adopted, with tho omis
sion of the unmo ol Mitkiuwicz.
Hvtennlvi, HwlnillliiK OporntlniiH,
ClilOAiiO, Nov. St. An Omaha special to
tho Tiibunet&ji: '"As tho examination of tho
affairs of F. A. Scovlllo and U. A. Crafts, the
absconding Yalpaialso, Nob., himkers, iiro
gics3cs, It becomes evident thatthel.-swindling
operations have boon carried on In u syste
matic manner for soma time. Yesterday sov-
otal mom ciooKcil transactions camu to light.
Among them aro thu torglug of notes ud
mortgages to thu otcnt of moio than f-0,000.
In suviral cases tho moitguges weio nudo Iu
Sco lllc's favor nud were negotiated by lilm.
Ho nlsn executed forged Instruments to scv
oial i.-Itlzeus of this county Iu various amounts,
all on property tu which ho never had tho
shadow ofn title."
An Astoelulliiu to Annex Cniiuifnt
Boston, Nuv. 21. A inovcmcnt has beeu
mndo towards thu formation of an nssoclitlon
to consist of llioso who faor tho annexation
ot tlio Diitisb pio luces to tho United States.
It Is believed that tlicro nro many uatlvoj of
the provinces uow Ihlng In tho United States
who faor tills project, nud many other busi
ness men hero thlul; such a slip would bo
ndiantngcous Iu nccmmeiclal way. A tempo
lary organization has been formed In boston,
and It Is probable that a public meeting will
mkiii bo hold nnd a permanent, mguulratiiiu
effected. It Is pioposed to Include Iu tlio
association people from nil pal lb of tlio United
Stales nnd tho pio luces who will support
plans for auuoxallon,
Minn M mid .Moltlllu In Coiicnrt.
l'UII.ADlI.I'MIA, Nov. '-M.JII8 .Mnud,
daughter ot Iliiglncei Melvlllo of tholll-fattd
Jianctto expedition to tho Ninth l'o'c, aji
pcared In a public concert hoio on Thursday
evening. After tho embarrassment Incident
to lur llrst appoaiiineo hid worn olf, tlio
young lady lapldly gained coulldenco und do
Iliilittd her aiubence. 'lbu applause was
heal ty and well-plaeed. liorvotco Is sweet,
hll-lllIL'. llnYlliln nml IMOlllUlllL'. HllO Will
iluuliilcss lie heard iilmIii iu imbllc. Her
younger sisters, Klslo nud Mcta, nlso sang ut
tlio concert and wciu appianiiea.
TinilHlolKiif ltclll IMlltu.
Lclgllton and I'ulio, tiusteoo, to 11. A.
Clarlt, H)5, lots S and 10, block 80, llrook
laud. C. .1. lloll to tleitrudo M. Hiibbaid, $n,
II.8l, sublets t tnl, block 1, Trlutdud.
O. lM'iesbio to Udu M. Cratio. Sl!),420,
lota 7 und IT, block U, lot 18, block 17. lot !0,
block IB, lots 13, 111, SO, block SO, .Meridian
Soerctiivy llnirmir (!oh Out.
J.ONDOX, Nov. SI - Mr Hnlfoui, Chief Sec
retary for Ireland, who has hi eu 111 for somo
days past, attuidnd 'a CMWimt meeting to d jy,
Ilu looktd palo nnd III, and was ull tnulllcd
up to r.yold tnkbj. "Id.
iu ..... -"-- "itiifti
How Tom Grccnhow Came
End in Bloodfield.
HIS PARTNER SUPPOSES HIM DRUNK.
Clrcuinntancr Coiineetfit IVltU (hi) An'iilr
All day yesterday Tom Grccnhow aud
Georgo Peyton, who llvo on tlio hnnks
of tho .Tames Creek Canal;, lit South
Washington, went arnundi drinking
South Wnshinglon rum, tholleadly uf
fects of which nro dnlly becoming ntoro
This morning Tom Grccnhow lies dead
on n 7I110 tabic iu the morgu6 on Now
They both lived In u li'ltlo board
shanty near tlio brickyards; in which
hotli the men sometimes worked, Peyton
bearing the tclnlinu of landlord and
Grcunhow, whose wifo left 'him soinu two
ycnis ugo, slcoping in n corner of thu
Itouso, separated from the le-lbya lmlf
do7cu vertical planks. Thu bouse is but
abovcljof the wrelehodest fort, nud this
morning a shcetliad to bo boirowcd with
which to cover tho dead man's face as ho
lay dead on his narrow cot befpro being
taken to the morgue.
Peyton says that ho and Tom separated
curl Inst evening, and when bo went
homo about 7 o'clock he found his
bonnier lying on tho floor, with nil his
clothes on, beside the nanow bench that
served him as a bed.
He says ho looked nt his fiicnd's mo
tionless f oi m for a moment, and with
some remark nbout his being a drunken
dog, went across tho little room and got
iuto his own bed.
About 8 o'clock Peyton's morc-or-lcss
wife, Maria Ann Bruce, enmo home.
FhoB.aw Giccnhoiv lying moHonlcsson
tho Moor, mid, waking Peyton, asked
him, "What's tlio matter with Tom?"
"Oh, he's all right," simply' muttered
Poyton, but Mrs. Bittco was $uio that
something was wiong with Grccnhow nnd
insisted on Peyton's getting up' and In
vestigating. Poyton got out of bed, went to wlicio
Grccnhow was lying ou the illoor and
shook him by tho arm.
The arm was limp and lifeless.
Ho raised Greenhow's head and
looked into his face.
Tho eyes wero wide open and tho jaw
Poyton was scared, nnd calling in some
of thu neighbors Ilviug in tho Bhnutics
witli which tho region, known in the
local nomenclature ns Bloodfield, iH
sparsely sprinkled, tho dead pjn's body
was lifted onto his narrow hcdtind then
Poyton and his household went back to
Lato Inst night Policeman Troctor
hcurd of Giconhow's death, nnd going to
the shanty found him lying on tho bcncli
whoio ho had bc.en put.
This morning thu Coroner1 visited tho
houso wheru Grccnhow died nnd ordered
tbo body removed to the morgub ou New
.Tersoy avenue, whoro nn autopsy was
There nro'rio maiksof vlolonco nbout
tho deaJl man's hand, but thcrcVnro somo
susmclolis elements in the ctiW. '
lite ijyas a lmrd-drlnkingniaufsoroyton
said tills morning,' nnd. .Eg. drank rather
moro than usual. Poyton "stiyf that the
dead man was hi ought home by somo
friends whOi had been drinking with
him, but ho doesn't know who they
According to Poyion's own statement
ho nnd tlio dead man wero both moro or
less drunk last night and no ono but
themselves was in the dilapitatcd shantv
where Jthoy lived from about 5 o'clock
until Mrs. Bruco enmo homo nbout 8
and found Grcenhow dead und Poyton
aslcop in bed.
When his death was discovered Green
how was lyiug on his back on tho floor
beside his bed. his clothes nil o;i, his
arms' extended, and Peyton savs ho
thought that he was In n deep drunken
Nono of tho peoplo bear particularly
savory reputations, and tho neighborhood
is of a paitlcularly vicious character.
It is in tho heart of the desolate legion
that stretches south from tho Capitol to
tho Kastern Branch, and, except forn
fow rows of new in lek houses, almost en
tirely peopled by negioos.
The dead ninn was a light, yellow
nogro, and Peyton, who is of Hither a
darker shade, says that ho don't know of
his having any particular enemies other
than tho.se ho mitdo In tlio frequent
drunken brawls In which ho engaged.
Peyton, who woio an old auny helmet
this morning, is n stout, muscttlurly
built, middle-aged ucgio, nnd could glvo
but mengro particulars of Giccnhow's
Whether It wns caused by vlolepco or
icsultcdfrom natural causes remains to
bo determined by tho Coroner.
I.atu Kiiropnuii Nolo".
London-, Nov. Si. 'the Pailscorrcspondcnt
of tho Ciitonklc telegmpbs that M. do I.cs-
seps, Iu tho event of tho Crodit Touelcr refus
ing to assist Llm In obtaining tbo Panama
loan, threatens to publish nn account of every
step ho has been forced to tako In the course
of tho Panama erusado. Tho icul-itlcus will
affect setorul members ot tho Chamber of
'Iho Italian and Austusn press comment
favorably on the promises of peace inauu by
I'mperoi- William Iu his speech In tho Kelcli
stag on Thursday.
'Ilia DremJtnblnU and tho Xcne Ficfo Vusie
of Vienna declare that mOro tatlsfnctory
declarations could not be deshed
lli.iu.is, Nov. SI. Tho Ctarewltcb has
started for St. Petersburg.
l'rluco lllsmaivk, Iu a dtspatui to tha Vat
lean, oUols Curdiual J.cgcrle' untl-slnmy
Dcmnrnllcil liy W!illecnH' M'liriilnes
Winciiksti'.i:, O., Nov. 21.- Tl o Whltecaps
Tliursday night visited Ti i crsrillo nnd
Mowcn town, two small vlll'ifces hoar Sar
dlulu, O,, and posted Iu coin; iiious places
notlco3 of warning, and thrcatrj ug vengeance
tn nny person or persons, who i i.iy by to u o
their enertry or limueiico niralvu them or their
order. Things nro atwhltohn In nil that
part of tho country, and ihi Jllzcusaro al
most dcinor.illted. unlets some ptcps nro
tiikcn soon to put a stop to thb work tbcio
will bo bcrlous troublo.
Tim l'lrst ltnilroml In Chlim.
San FiiiNcibCO, Cau, Nov Ul.-Aihiccs
iccolvcd lieu by tho steamer Kto do Jauolio,
from Chluu, statrs tho llrst ratlrohd in tlio
Chluojo Kinplre was ofllclally ' o,,ncd on tho
Otli instant, when tho Vloero t ivelod oier
tho road for tonio distance. l.l,! y-ono miles
hnvo beon completed from Tleu 'lieu to bubal
and Totigslian. with live mile oi nldlugi. mid
branches. 'Iho load will bo lutluued to
l'eklii, and, In tlmo, oxtoudbd to Soullioru nud
Illoit from llr Hijurl.
Nuw YmiK, Nny. Bj..Kmini
young woman wfio wai'ihot at N
street, ou Tuesday last, by tn
lover, Jamos Noluu. dleil o,irl
Uellovuo llnplul. Tho gperntl.
iituiny lud been pirfoniijjiV wttk
a.lug tho womau's life, Q j,ci .
to day at
lio hope ot
jlllj ect In,
QVJ - JMJJEll 24, 1SS8.
COMMITTI'.I) TO UBKIIllM.
Th "Clean .Sveopir" I.lkrlj- to lie DIs
nppolntvil In tlio Ni-t rioxltlfiit.
I.vniAjJAi'oi.is, Nov. 21. Tho Journal
of this city, which is consldcted to be u
Hturison organ, yesterday morning con
tained an edltoihil whluh is looked upon
ns significant. Thu nitlclo Is upon tho
subject of civil service irororm, which It
claims has como to stny, and will move
forwiud rather thnn backwnrd. "Tho
'clcnu sweepoM,' " the Jounvil says,
"should not bo unreasonable In their de
mands on tho next Administration. Tlio
moro unreasonable tho demands nnd
expectations In this legard tbo
greater tlio liability to disappoint
ment. Tlio Itepubllcan puitv is
fully commuted by Its phitfortn pledges
to civil service roforu nud Genornl Har
rison has declared himself in full sym
pathy with it. Tho Hentibllcnn patty
is pledged to uso discriminations iu re
movals from nlllco ns well us In appoint
ments thereto, and to use both primarily
for tho public welfare rather than for
supposed party advantage. Tho civil
service law must bu obeyed."
The utticlo 001101111108 ns follnwe:
"Prom what has been said it Is evident
that tliuio ate many things to bo taken
into account In connection with tho de
mand of tho olenn sweepers, und. If they
liavo the ucllaro of the party at heart,
tlioy will rccognlru tho necessary limita
tion of tho Mtiintlou. Ono tiling they
can rest ussurcd of, tho President elect
is ns old nud earnest a Kcpttbllcau us any
of them nnd can ho depended on to do
tho very best tiling for tho party us well
ns for tlio country'
NATIUNAIi COUNlilli OK WUMUN.
A Mcctlni; of llio rieiicml Olllccrn Heine
llrld In CIiIcii'ro.
Chicago, Ii.i, Nov. :M. A meeting of
tho general olllccrn of tho National
Council of Women, held hero yesterday,
adopted nn nddrcss lo orgnnintions of
women In tho United Suites, which will
bo issued soon. The address w ill state
that tho chief outcome uf tin: Interna
tional Council, convened by tlio National
Woman's Suffrage Association in Wubh
inton last spring, was .in attempt tn
unify tho spirit nnd method or thu
world's organized womanhood.
Tlio National council formed is organ
ized In tho interest of no special iriovc
ment, therefore no society becoming mix
ilinry thetcto will render itself lhiblo to
bo Intel ferod with in respect to its com
plete orgnnio unity. Tho nddrcss urges
tho nsocintion nnd isolated clubs formed
throughout tho countiy, to "nggregato
thcmt-elvos into national bodies, that
they may becomo auxiliary to tho coun
cil." At yesterdays session applications
from a numbei of nssotiatlons wero con
sidered. Among thofc hubniittcd were:
The National Womnn's Miffrngu Asso'
elation; Notional Woman's Christian
Tempernnco Union: National Temper
ance Hospital and Medical Association;
Ladles of tlio Grand Army of thu Uuiiub-
lie; American lied Cross Society; Wo
mnn's Natlonnl Indian Association.
C'oinollilutliiR St. i.ouls Itnlltvuys.
Nr.w VotiK, Noy. St. A St. I.ouls dispatch
to tho Tfmcia)s: "Negotiations nroluprog
tcss for tho purchnso of four stroet-ear lines of
that ty by a Chicago einJIcutc hoadoibby J.
II. Holmes and John V. t'arucll. ltlsbc
llovod that HioMcii! will ho consummated and
tbo trimsfcr mndj.by IJcci'nioor JS.-'ilils same
sjndlcato has recently Invcled largely I ri -strcct-cnr
prnnerty Iu J.os Angeles, Cab, nud
Fort Worth, Tex. ,
".SIihiikIihIIiik" MuM Ciiihc,
Nr.w Youiv, Nov. Ul. Complaint was lc
cently mado to Major Hewitt that men were
being scut from this city by craplojmcnt
agencies to work on oyster Iwata In Maryland,
by whoso owners they vera brutally nml In
humanly treated. 'Iho Major jesteiday sum
monid the proprletois of the employment
agencies, nnd gae them to understand that
their licenses would be revoked unless they
Immediately discontinued furnishing men for
the Maryland oyster boat owners.
. i i . .
Ihu Double Murderer Cuticht
Coit'Mnt-R, Nnn., Nov. 21. Albert Ilaun
stclu, tho man who murdered School Directors
Hoien and Ashby. nt Coad, Neb., No ember
U, nf tor aril hiding tbo bodies In n hay Stack,
was captured In this city Thursday Might.
Tho prisoner admitted his guilt, hut gavo no
reason for tho murder. Ilu wns placed in iho
county bill to nwnlt his tcmoial to tho nccno
of his crlmo Iq Custer Couuty.
bocretiuy llaynril to flu to Philadelphia.
I'lllLADKU'ltlA, Nov. 24. It bus been 111
moredthnt SecruUiry llajnixl Intends estab
lishing himself In tho prnetlee of law iu Phil
adelphia nftei ho shall tmvo laid don n his
Cabinet poitfollo. Tho Secretary was for
merly a resident of this city, aud was asso
ciated for several jtars lu legal prnetlee with
Tho Vino in Sun l'rani then,
San I-'hinciso, Nov. !M. The vote of this
city was ofllclally canvassed last night, with
tho following rciult: Cleveland, 23,701; Har
i Ison, SSt7lr. The canvass nlso show s that T.
.1. Cliiule, Democint, lias been olittcd to Con
grcss from the Fifth Coiigicsslonal dUtrlct by
a plurality ot llfty ote. ' 'lno Congressional
(lclccallon from this State will consist of two
Domociats and tour ltepubllcans, tho eaiuo ns
ltohlieil or jt.OOO on n Stint Cur.
KANbis Citv, .Mo., Nov. St. Cashier D.ii
kerot the Aicgcutbie, Kus., bauk was rohbei
of $I,OU0 joottrdny nun street cai. Ho had
just drawn tho money from Armour's Haul:.
Thu prepctrators um Mippn'cd to bo four well
dressed young men and mo believed to bo tlio
ones who robbed a niau of 500. Ill daylight,
ou thu all cot Thursday,
ICnoclitil HeiiHoli-HH In tlio l.n.l Itouiiil,
Nuw Yoiik, Nov, !,- At Whllestouc, i I.,
last night, Austin Clhbons defeated Frank
Moore In a prUo-ilght which ladled twentv
iiluo mluutes. Nino rounds weio fought,
Mooic bclug knocked feineless iu tholast
round. Iho men mo lightweight.
I-elMiiil Wltlla lliolr I'TiiiiulH Mnrliril.
Watciuoo, Ia., Nov, '.'4, Thursday nttei
noon, while Curl Woebberklng nud his wlfo
wciu at work lu n Held, their house caught
llro. Twocblldien, aged 7 and 4, icspcttlvelj,
wero nifTix-nted to le.th, A habo of slv
mouths was letcued lu nu unconscious condi
tion. A Ton n Neatly Uolrojcil,
Euiir.K SJi'kimm, AltN., Nov. '.'4. A tiro
oarly jestcrdny meiiilug deflrojtil tho gi eater
pait ot tho biulnusa porilou of thu ton u. The
loss Is catlmatul at OO.CUO, with but llttlo In
Tho Kemipucii'a lliirly OIiikIii.
At'aiiBTA, Mi:., Nov, tM.'llie Kennchco
lller has clued to navigation ten days duller
than usual. It la solidly frozen, and betwciu
Gardiner and iliow n's lslaud tltcio aro souu
schooueis caught hi tho loo.
A Vunllflt for Mr I'i-j,
lir vyuu, 1'a Nov, 21. -Tho jury In tho Hlb-banl-Fry
breach ot luomlwjcasolias rendorcd
a verdict u fuvor ot thu defendunt.
(Jut In n Uiiiirrol
Cora Wnldou. a yellow glrl,becamo Involved
In nu nltercntlon In Illnsmoio alley, South
Washington, lait night, with n negro man,
which bu toimbiatod by cuttrng her under Ihu
left arm with hs raor and escaped Corn
wmbiKen to J'loIdeiiu ll.mpltnl in j police
BETTING ON THE HE EVER.
How O'Connor and Teenier aro Wait
ing for the Great Contest.
THE CANADIAN'S FRIENDS CONFIDENT.
t'lunl ArriuiKi'iiioul CoinplclAil Nothing
rrothlcil tot- 1'irns Itopreeiiiuttvi'S,
Tho rnco between Teenier nnd O'Con
nor will bo rowed this afternoon nt IhoOj
or, should tho walcr ho high, ns o0n
llicrcaftui ns good w liter pi oi nils. Indi
cations point to a largo crowd, nud all
necessary ntrangements have been mndo
for its accommodation. 3Ir. Cumber
land nlono. ul ltis F-sttcct boat-house,
has proWdcdchaitH.ind benches for "00
No doubt this houso will ho filled io
overflowing, as it Is located nt tho finish.
It is nndeislood thnt .Mi. Hogcrs (O'Coti
nor'u backer) has I'hurteicd tbo stu'imer
"Cecllo" for the exclusive use of him
self nnd friends, but has dectded to al
low tlio lopresentathes of the press to
accompany him over tho couno. It Is
to bu hoped that this nirnugcmuit may
bo can led out, for, us far ut! can bu ns
ccitilned, no other accommodations
hnvo been provided for newspnpor men.
Thcconlcjlants and their buukors met
this morning and decided upon Mr. J.
It. Klder or tbo Coliunlii.i Athletic Club
as lcfcreo. Mr. F. I', llussell will ofllcialo
us judge tor Teenier, on tho boat, nnd
Mr. llntina, Teomer's tudncr, will net ns
his judgo ul tho turn. Georgo Lee, who
has trained tlio Canadian oarsman, will
be O'Connor's Judge nt tho tuin, and
Mr. Rogers, his backer, has been selected
ns Judge nt tlio liuisii.
At tlio time or going to jiiosh the time
keepers hnd not been appointed, and 'tho
toss Tor position Will not bo mndo until n
Tow moments before thu rnco comes off.
In response to nn inquiry ftom nu
Kvknino I'ost reporter. Mr. Teetnor de
clined to have anything to sny, stating
that it would hardly bo advisnblo. for htm
to mako any statement for publication on
the day of the laco.
Ho left Cumborland'H Georgetown
bo.ithouse,wheie his boatjis stored, about
noon, saying to tho attendant in charge,
"Don't allow anyono to enter the house,
no matter what his oxciuo may be.
Possibly ho hud Courtney's experience
in mind when ho delivered the nbovo in
junction. Tho impression piovnils that this nftor
noon's laco will not ho n lopetition of
tlio Courtnev-Hnnloii fiasco of a few years
ugo. Kacli man seems deteimlncd to do
iiis level best und ptollably tho result
willdecldo which is tho bettor oaisman.
With good water nn excellent race may
be looked for.
O'Connor's Canadian friends hnvo np
pcared in force nnd nro cancr to back
their favorite. A p.uty consisting of
eighty-four members of tlio Toronto
Boat Cltibarrhcd hi'iovcsturday. Tlioy
had special tars from Toronto to Wash
ington via tho Leblulf Vnlloy, Philadel
phia and Heading' nnd itnltimuic nnd
Ohio roads. They nro loaded with
money nnd willing "to walk back lu tho
event of their favorites defeat.
It-is Stnted that Mr. liogors.O1 Connor's
backer, declined tuiloublc tlio fltnlcnsY.ns
Jt is chiipu-d he offored when Tciiincf's
'fncndfe'hpiicared with tho cash, to cover
his monoy. This afternoon, however,
bolting wtib quite lively, two bets of $t(H
cash boing placed In" rapid sidcessiou
with Dick .Morgan even up on icsults.
WAITI.N0 Fill! HIiMlKHimX.
lliicliflr llfiirutK l lleiir l'rlntly Knim
Ni:wYoiik,Nov. ai.-A iSkh special from
Denvci soj's: "Judge I'tickcr, ycstuulny,
in rofcrring to his interview with 1'iosl
dent Cluveland before tho Into election,
said: In legaid to 1 lie two other poisons
ptcsentut fliu meeting, I liavo decided
under no clteumstauees cvor to divi'tlgo
their names, Sinco theio has beeu no
answer to my open lottor of a fow' days
iico, I can hnidly expect onu nt this Into
day. lJutIdoepccttoheni piiyntely fiom
Senator lllnckburii. In casa his lu'ttcr is
in any wny -n explnnntlbn of tbo coiuso
ho has puisiicd, 1 shall mako it imbllc,
but if my chnllcnaiu is accepted, it flluill
remain r. secret. I nm daily iu receipt of
lettcis fiom all pans of the country com
mending tho coui.se I am puitiulng"."
Mury Auilerioii'M Suit lluj.
Nrw Vohk, Nov. -'!. Tho Itaahl snjs
I.oi-d'renujsonls writing n no, v play for Mies
Mary Audoisou, tho plot of which will bo
lounded on tbo lomantlo story of Uobln flood
and Muld Marian. Tha now pluy will bo
readv for Mlfs Anderson when sha icturus to
A ?Ijti)lli"iM DNiippciiiuneo.
riiEUi'om, III- Nov. '.'1.- II. II. Price, a
prominent contractor of this city, quietly loft
town'lhuindaj night and bis present whorc-
uhouts aro uuKiinnu. ills uiiauclul iill.itfs urn
mid to bo In baiUhapo r.nd his wlfo .i ad frfeurts
aia Inclined to thiol; that bo has either lied to
ere.ipn his crultton or else made away with
Tho Hallway Mini Yield.
iMKWAi-oi.ia, Ism.. Nov. !J1. It la an
uoiiiiccd hare that Iho Indianapolis & Vln
cctines cflleUIs jlcldedlato last night to tha
demands of the striking nv, Hchnicu und theru
Isovcrv Indleation that tho stilko will end In
tho men's taior. 'Iho Indianapolis it Vln
cennes Hnlhoad Is a branch r.f thu I'au
Handle Hoad. '
A Wlpo Out by rirn 1 lirciiloiinil.
Avi-MKit, (jLiuu.c, Nov. Ml bast plghfa
tiro, which at first thicatcncd to wlpo out tho
business poi'lou of this vlllugc, was conllncd
loO'ltellly's Inigo brhk block and the Can
adian l'aelllo telegraph ofllco, which wero com
plettly destrnjtd Loss on stock und build
(tigs probablj exceeds J33,0O0j Intuniuco,
Clenerul Nouton Itoitlsuii.
Nlw Vouk, Nor. 'J I. (ieucral John Nuw
ton, who his been for tbo past thrco ) tars
Conunlfiidoucr ot Piibllo Woiks, roslgued to
day. Ills n slirnatlou tokus otfoet juimcdl-nttlj-.
Uencral Newton wua at hfu ollcu, In
thu Dcpsrtinvnt of I'uhllc Woiks, until thn
ollleo elurul it uoou. lie refused to sea Intor-
Tho Now aioxlcn Krtiirus.
Snsia Fc, N. M-, Nov: SI. 'Ihu oOlchl re
turns show the enctlou of Joseph, Ucmucrat,
to Congiess, over (Hoio, l!opubllcau,by 1,730
majority. Tlio LcgWafurJ stands a follows:
Houso -ltepubllcans, 15i D-'inoiy-jU,!), C'oun
ell Kcpubllcuis, 7; iKmoerats, I; ltidvpend
Oluj imiin WIuk th(i Nom uihoi llauillc.ip.
Lonuos, Nov. 121. At tho Manchester
Novcnibei meeting to-day tlo rate for
tho Mnuchustor NomV her hniidlciip was
won by Clnymoio. l'hll wns scoond and
lolin llilKht Win ho Tnilay.
London, No 'Jt - b- Jo'm Prlibt paisod
luiothi uinoinii.il iMo ulghi jii, iii pio
uuituud r '.', I'j'u i .
t,.j.,iL .ii.J!k -i.
HKTIIIN OF 'rHK IIIISTIIX.
.lun'nrliiR nml licnlli I'rout YeltniT totnr
Aiiiciiift tlio Crew.
New Yoiik, Nov. LM Tlio now
t,nib.(l stales wafhip 1'oslon arrived
litre to-dny ou hct wnv from Port nu
i'llnce. When oA' qtiurnulltio sho dts
ploycil tho ilie.idcil yellow ling fiom her
foiuiop. l)r Smith, tho iittntnutino
health olllrci, wllh a rorps of dnclor,
s"oon boarded her nml lomatuud on tho
vessel overall hour. When ho tctuincd
Ihu doctor was very reticent and refused
lo s.iy what wns the matter.
The I'tilted I'io.siupfi".cnl!i!lve, how
ever, began nn liivestiiration ou his own
account ami by persistent inquiries 1(0
lent lied that yellow foci hnd biokeu
iilttninong the Huston's mew, uIUut fit
the harbor of I'otl-au-l'riiu-e. wblthgr
sho had been scut when thu llavticu
novel miient '.i-led tlio Aniprlciin stcniiift
liny tlon l'upubllc, or on lun return
It was also lenintd lioyond doubt that
four men had sttci'iimbcd to thu Innlblo
disease. 'I'lipimtnes of tbu victims nrc:
folin.l. Kully, nn upiirontiee, died Nov
K. K. Trnpp, nn uppi cutler, died Nov
ember "flj John IVnlmcn, .i marine, died
November 'Jl; John l'utzol, u morinfc,
died Novctnhor i.",'.
Thu following poisons tuo now con
fined in iho hospital of tlio ship, HiilTej
iug from tho disease:
itrsenii Slmoti, Seaman Frank Thomas
and Ordinary Sontnan Clnules Mitchell.
The Ilotuti is muiiiicd by n crow of
lloll inon, nil told, Including iiillceis son
men. apprentices nnd marines. AH ouru
imtnlcntions with tho plnguc-stiloki'n
ship nrc cut off. No one is allowed lo
visit, hor oropt tho health oflicer and
Tbo health authorities decline that
tliev hnvo not yet been ublo tu olllciully
(Icclaro that tho dlsenso is yellow lover,
mul that when n full and oxlinustlvo
diagnosis iu made n statement will bo is
Miiod. The bodies of tho dead wero burled nt.
sen, and ns far as could bo Icnined every
ellort was made by the commander of tho
lloston to provcut the spread of tho dis
ease to tho ship's company.
l'lllililfj IlillliDIXilS CII.NSi'lllACY.
I. T. Iluriiiun .Sliikm ii Oliarco Siitolvlnp;
l.nlcinol 1 liter ul llio Treasury,
HutDiiui'oiiT, Conn,, Nov. 'J4. For
uoveinl iluys past Colonel b'istcr of the
L'llited Stntos Treasury Dop.it tment Inn
been in this elly to recclvo proposals and
select n silo for the now posloliiro und
customs building for which $150,000 has
been appropriated by Congress.
It bomi genoially tiiidcistotnj that
Colonel I'istcr fnvois a site known as tho
I.a Grand Sterling I'laco nnd that ho w 111
recommend to tho Scciutuiy of -tlw
'I'lcasury tbo purchasu Of that .site, many
protests me being mndo ligaitistlho selec
tion on account of tho outVif-tho-wny
location. Among other published pin
tests is a letter from P. T. Il.u mini, w ho
Intimates that tbcio has been a conspir
acy in thu selection of tho silo nnd thnt
improper methods hnvo been used in iu
lluencing the choice.
Sottllnctlic I' re I Kill Jtntn IVur.
New Yoiik, Nov. til.' Iho limes thlsiuoin-tn-JT
tajs tho freight war between the nouth
western roads has been settled and that r.itcb
will be lucri nicil about 'Si per c ent. by all tho
lines as soon ns tho details aiu arranged anil
tho ten dajo' notlvo lerpilrcd by tlio inteiTtato
Commcrco law glun. Ibis imdcrstandliig
was reached ostcrdai at u couferento bctw ecu
Ml-. .Tntr llnulil n.nl Vf.tnnAt. MI.IlaI,. tf II...
Southwestern Traffic Association 'tml rcpro-
soiiKiuves oi an mo fouuiwcMorii cmiipanicH
Interested. 'Iho confereueo .was bold In this
IllltKfl l.yiH'll lillllftK llO
(JIIVTIAM)OOA, 'll-.NN., No'
oru Jon.' Im.
..iilllA.miHIA, 1I.A,., UV, 1.- lllB
comes ftom fho llttluhainlot ot King's Cicok,
1 Dim., that Juek . "ones, .t negro, after being
eiveti a dlnhor by Mrs. John Hnu-pird, at
tempted to assault her arid a Mlss-Hodgci alb,
Iter guest, 'iho alarm was clreu, ami I', a
few moments a score of men were In hot pur
suit and Jones wns captured. What bccnmu
of him is n mjsterj. A niece of rope was
found hanging ton tree a mOo an ny, hut no
bodj was Imnglng to It. However," J01103 has
not been (ecu tluco.
floucriit aiiihoiio to l.enil tlio U'l-.llos.
Nr.w oinc, Nov. St. A Times special from
Petersburg, Va., snjs a nmior prevails there
to tho effect Unit General Mahono loutem
jilatcs orgauUIug and loading a white Ite
publlcan party In Mrglnla, leaving nut the
eoiored contingent altogether, or at least In u.
Tho "Tliiies" AppeuN.
r.i)lM;i:iill, Nov. 21. Iho first dlvlsl
ot tbo Court ot Scstlous has ri-uilcicd a unan
imous opinion in tho case of .Mr. l'aiucU
iigalust tho 7'iiiuvr, uphohllug Judgo KInuear's
decision Iu allowing proof of iurlsdlctlon in
the question ot uirestiiieuts. 'Iho 7piicihali
appealed from tho decision.
Tlio SIdlU ami .Monoy linlti.t,
Ni:w Yoiik, Nov. tfl. Money closed at 1 pur
cent. Kehaugo closi'd steady; posted riles,
lJSJQlS'J; actual intes, 4MK-. for sKty
ilajs and IsSJiTi-ISSJ for deinaud. Uovciri
mciits clojeil steady; currency Us, 131 bid; 1.,
coupon, V:3 hid; 4Js, do., llibj bid. I'acllie
li.illroad bonds clcisul as follows: Uulou Uia,
1. 1!) Uil. 10; do., Lund (ir.iiits, LCD to 1.M:
do., Sinking Funds, l.'JO to l.!Sj Centrals, 1.1 J
Tho stock market this morning was active
and irregulai At the opening prices wero
lliiu mid 4 to 3 higher nud during tl, a llrst half
hour ou . i good buy lug of some of thu leidlug
ftci ks this advance was further loeieised to
V per cent., miking tho total advance rr
csterday'selolugpilcesof J to 1J per cent.
Tho nihanco had hardlv been eetabllshod
wbon n laid was m.ido on Now Yoik nnd New
Kngland which t.inled its prions down from
Mi to Wl bcfoio 11..
'ibis unsettled tho whole maikit, uud all of
thu imlv advance was lost In mint i-aic.J. unit
tho market closed nt noun fovciuh at about
tho bottom I'gurcs ot tliqdaj. Tho bulk
btatemont tnulo publ'e about UM, aud wlih.h
made u favorable exhibit, thuwlug nn In.-reajo
of $7CD,075 iu tho reserve, had no effect on tho
Iho sales for Iho daj amouuted to l.10,lSS.
Tlio Chicago ?Iurlut.
Cnicvuu, Nov. LM.Opeuing, 0.30 a. m,
Wheat Dec, 1U0J; Jan., 100), May, lioi
Com Nov., 40; Doc, tvsj; Jan., 37; May, :ts4
Oats-Dec, 37; -May, .'IU. Pork Jim., JH.oO;
May, I4.73. J.ird -Nov., $S.45; Jan.. fS.'JO,
May, tb.UTi. tihort ribs Jan., 7,1'Ji; May,
Tbo Yl'inlilnulou .Stocks,
Sllscollttiieuu iioiulj-W. X U. P.. U.. HI;
Masonic Hall Aas'u. luo; Wiuh. Mukct to.,
lid; Wm.li. Light Ii.fantry, ttt, 'J-J; MU.
Light lufmitiv. lid. ; Wash, das Ui-'it
Co . 1314; Wmli. Has lights. 05.
National Hank ,itocl: Hunk ot Waihlug
ton. two, Ibid, of Kopubllc, 17U;Motropolitau,
IDS; t'outial. 3iki: fiuco-id, LU; Karuun' aud
Mcclunl'V, lUJj Clllus', 1WJ; Coluaibla,
Itallroul tJtook6--Washlncion aud tloor'ro
town, 310, Metropolitan, !0"j; t'uluuibla, SuJ;
Cap. it Noilli t st., SO); Auacostti, - ,
Oi and Klcctilo I.Iubt Slockc Washlnston
fins, -luj- (icoiwtown (las, 44; I', S. KlcclrK,
Ti'cplmnob'ocl.i -Cliesjpe.iUe Jb I'oMraai.
Mltccllnuomu Stoi-k.--Waslilnstou Mailcet
Co., 17; Wiishhutuu lirlck ilachlue Co., 105;
National I'ios Uriel. I o., -, llreat Vai lea
Co.. 110; Hull lltiu Panorama Co, IS; liual
l'stuto 'litlo lusuiaiico Co., 117; Columhla
Title Insurance Co., S3; National Sato De
posit Co,,; Ameilcau Urupbopiionq Co , 13).
Weatliii Imlli atiinik
I air. HiU,"!i ,r tuniimatu u i,viil, a i i y
wluds buutnliu variable.
lusiirnueo otosKs iiiremen-s. aa: r rauKllu,
BO); Mct'.of olitsu, 71; National Uulou, l'JJ;
Arlington, 1.VJ; Cou-ornn, t; Columbia, 13J;
(lerinan Ameiiv-an, 1M; Potomac, 01); ltlggs,