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IjATE DnPAKTMEXT N11WS.
LsTniis Ui-on Uis Dunks. Mr. Car
rlngton, who has 'been nppoltitcd super
intendent of tho Third Division Hallway
Mall Stirvlco, vlco Vukcry resigned,
enloicd upon hlddutlcsf o-dny.
Tins Couiit of Imiuiiiy. Thb Military
Court of Inquiry it the War Dcpirtmont
spout tho day In rcniltiig tho record of
pioilous meetings, no fitnesses being
piesont. Lit'iilonniit Davis, tho recorder
of tho court, linss r'eltirmd nnd rcHtitnid
his duties. Tho Inking of testimony will
occupy to moriow.
Fr.vrn llKKUnCts ltr.TUnNiNsi. Dr.
Martin of GnltlcavlUo, Fin., telegraphs
tho Suigeon-Gcncrnl: "No now cases of
jellow foi or. Hofugcos returning against
mypositlto orders', und protests of city
authorities seem powerless to prevent
Ihom. Only tlireu members of City
Council nnd one of Iloaiil of Health
A PrsgioN Fiiaud Ppiuns Gunrv.
Tho Commissioner of Ponslons 1ms been
advised thnt Slindrach Green or WllduiH,
Mitchell County, North. Carolina, who
was Indicted fbr milking a falsu mid
fraudulent claim for pension, u.iniu into
tho United Stutoi Court for tho Western
District of North Cnrolln . at the No
vember, 1888, term, and entered a plea
of guilty. Judgment was suspended.
iNlKItlOn DliPAIlTMCKT CllANOKS.
The follow Inn official changes liavo been
lmulc In tho Department of tho Interior:
Ofllco of Indian AITuIrs Appointment: Mrs.
Jonnlo Hi own of Ohio, com 1st, J J pcrdai.
I'romotlon: Miss JJzzIa Mcl.aln of Ohio, jyoo
ticjnernl Land Ofllco Transfer: John Car
mlcliaol of Virginia, special agout, from ox
nmlnatlun ofsunojsat J5 a day, to swamp
amis at $1,4000 per annum.
Pension Ofllco Appointment; Mrs. Florctta
.1. La Porto of District of Columbia, i'JOO, by
transfer from Ofllco of Indian Affairs.
Tun HcroitT Qi' Tub Bosrov. Tho
Focictatyof the Navy has rccclicd tho
following roport fropt Captain Ramsay
commanding tho ''Boston," covering
his visit to llnytl to investigate
affairs there. Tho report, which Is dated
November 10, was written in 1'ort-aii-Prlnco
llaibor, and was received at tho
"At Spa, Nov. 10.
"Sir: So far as I liava been nblo to lc.irn
during tlio ten da) that thin sblp lias been In
tbo harbor of I'ort-au-L'rjncc, Haiti, tlio lives
and piopcrty of tlia American citizen residing
tbcro hive been In no danger slnco tlio night
of September S3 last. On that occasion an
Amcrlcm was accidentally wounded. I haio
hoard of no Insult to tlio United Stitesflaic.
'Ibu caso of tlio schooner 'William Jones'
having becu satisfactorily settled, nnd tlio pro
visional government 01 HasHI having expressed
Its willingness to rvfer the mattor of tho
'Ilujtleii llepubllo' to our (lo eminent,
I could sco no necessity for tho ship
to remain any longer at that
port ami haio sailed this day for New York,
In accordanco with tho orders of tho Depart
ment, dated September 1U last.
lF. M, Kajisat,
THE IXAUquKATlUX FUND.
It In Knlllnc up S.itlnfuotorlly-Up to
Unto It Is $37;fir.
Contributions to tl)o Inauguration
fund nro coming in very satlsfitctorily,
most of tho contributions being small
amounts. Up to this afternoon tho sub
scriptions amounted to $87,525.
Tlio question of fixing tho prico of tho
tickes is not yet settled. Tho feeling in
favor of io is very strong and the lndi
:ations aro that that figure will prevail.
Chairman llritton to-day nppolutcd
Burgeon 31. L. Ruth, TJ. S.Navy, chair
man Committee on Fdoor and Prom
jnndo. Colonel Swords has accepted tho posi
tion of corresponding secretary of tho
The Prlnrlpnl Itnms A DoUclrncy
lnxiieiincu iur nsixc yuur.
Tho Postmastcr-Goncral's estimates for
appropriations for the Fpstal Hcrvico for
tlio ilscal jclr ending June !I0, 181)0, ag
gregate ?00,812,07J, agjlqst frOU.SuO.Siil),
Hie appioprhition for thq present fiscal,
j cur. Tlio principal items and amount
of increase nro as follows:
Mall! depredations and postoilko Inspccrors,
(100,000. Compensation to presidential post
masteie, $800,000. Compensation to clerks In
presidential postofHces, $G0Q,O00. Kent, light
and fuel at presidential pastolllccs, $105,000.
'rco dellier) scrvjeo, $1,000,000 Traii6por
tatlon by star routes, $250,000. Mull messen
etiKcr sen Ice, $100,000. 'transportation by
railroads, 3,10"i,oOO, Manufacture o pos
tage stamps, M3,O0O. Mauufactiiro of stamped
tnvclopes, $1)0,000. Manufacture of postal
carrls, $10,000. Transportation of Foreign
matin, $10,000. Huluiico due foicigh coun
lho revenue of tho Department for tho
fiscal jeni Hiding Juno !!0, 1M, aro estimated
ut 02,509,0'id, which will Jcavo on apparent
dellclcnc) forthojeai cudlng Juuo 30, 18'JO,
of $1, 10J,414, ' '
THE DISTKICT (llVEKXMENr.
Mr. I. P. Mllltgan, has submitted a tax
problem to tho Commissioners. Ho shows
that his lot 10, lu sijuai'Q 767, with Improve
ments, w as si6scssed at $1,743 lu 1875 This
assessment was lucre ised fOOO for threo )oirs
following, and .T.OOJ for five ears following
this In lSSt tho assessment was reduced to
,Bl. Ho masons that by puttlnir tlio assess
incut down to what It was In 1875 Is an ac
knowledgment that tl0 largo assessment was
unjust. Ho nsks for tho return of $34 03,
which ho claims was paid on an ovcr-assscss-nunt.
T. 1'. Simpson of 11101 KIiQdo Island avenue,
when ho discovered that his water bill
mounted to $20, wrote tho Commissioners a
IctlcV Inclosing tho bill, stating that It was so
iiulniibly In violation of law that liocpuld not1
forbear to ask for Us correction. Ho sent n
ketch for tlio purpono of showing that his
house, tho Grout house, aipl tho Casey houso
arc situated on Iowa Clrclo and that wlitlo
bis houso Is bmallor tliuu tliu other two houses
bo Is charged moro for the use of watci. Cap
tain l.usk, lu chargo of tho )Vtr Department,
leports that tho house fronts on Ithodo Islaud
iiunuefoi a dlstancp of fifty feet, and not
upon Iowa Clrcp. Ihq end of tho
house, ho says, Is on tho circle.
'Iho Commissioners Iwyo notified Mr. Simp
sou that they declluo to raaUp any cnuugo in
Tho Duildlng Inspector has condemned
threo warehouses belouglugto Jl. C. Wlnshlp,
ana situated ou tho south eldje of K street, be
tween Thlrtj-serond and Thlrt) -third stttcts,
West Waslilnstou. Tlioy aio fpund to bo
dangerous to life and limb, and the Inspector
orders them tultcu down wth.ln thirty dujs.
Ilurlal l'ermlln Issued.
Uurlal permits havo beon Issued during tho
past forty-eight hours by the Health Ofllcer:
Ann J. Uiirdctto, 50 years; Thomas M. Car
pentor, 44 eurs j John O. Trams, 53 jears ;
llcrnard F, Kelpy, 1 j cars William L. WaU
!?". ?.?.' ca.r.?; ,Il8(Pr Emerson, 70 ears; Amlo
M. .Miller, 38 years ; Mary A, Iiomphun, 71
years; 1'cter JlcVary, 60 years; l.ouls i l'og
11111,5 months; Mary Kline, II mouths; ami
tho following colored j Clarcnco Jackson, 1
car;Clac IKdgemati, 19 jears ; Kvt Vir
ginia flordon, 1 )ear ; M.llo Hart, 1(1 years ;
Daniel Mahonoy. 7 das; Lucv William-. 30
uars; Anulo 1,. orey,a dujs; Thomas Grcon
ioh, i;ycuib; Claudius NVbster, 1 month.
Tho Houso I.lnplojus (Milllilent.
Tho l)cnioerutloemplo)cn d tho Ilonto aro
all confident that that brunch of Congiess will
biDunociatloby at least ibico majorlt). It
is chimed that hi all tho Southern doubtful
districts tbo DcuiocpUlo candidates will so
cum Iho eeitllli ate, and n (loiitntl Clailt,
Cltik of tho House, piuit scKnpwIvdgo tho
rcrllllcale, the Hit that ho will pionent the
Houso will show a small Demociatla ma-JwitJ.
THE FIGHT NOT YET E
The College Authorities Promise to
Discontinue the Dissecting.
MR. TOWLES SAYS IT'S AN OLD STORY.
Tho HcMilonls IVimt nn DnU'i- nt Court
lorlilildlnc Hi" I'liictko
Health Ofllcer Townshond this nftcr
noon mndu tho following icport to the
Commissioners on tlio condition of the dis
secting rooms of tho Georgetown 3tcdl
cat College on II street:
Committloncrt, IK U
I Imotlic honor to ruturn herewith Indorsed
eoinmuulcatlnu No. 15J, 'II I, Commissioners'
Ofllcc, belli,: complaint of II. O. Tonics and
ottnis, rilatlvo to ofTcnsho odors from dls
scctliur-room of tlio tnidlcal department of
the Georgetown University, No U20 11 street
northwest, and to stato that Inflection was
mado promptly on receipt of tho first com
plaint and notlco lsued against tho parties
responsible, requiring abatement of a nuisance
consisting of "an impropcrl) and di.f(.ctluly
constructed room, used for tho directing of
human remains, In wllch foul odors and nox
ious gases aro generated and fiom which tho
simc aro dlsscmlnatLd Into tho open air."
Ten daswas allowed for abitimcnt, and
.upon rclupectlon now 1 llnd nil cause for
complaint removed and tuo uulsjuco In so far
'as a Uolatlon of tho health ordinances is con
1 would add, howovei, tint the Dean of tho
faculty assures me that dissection will bo dis
continued ut once.
Smith Towt,siirvn, M, D ,
In speaking of tho report of Health
Olllccr Tow nshend on tho 3Icdical Collcgo
of Georgetown University, Mi. II. O.
Tow les said to nn 1) enino Post reporter
this morning thnt ho was not surprised.
"Tho authorities of tho college," said
ho, "kriew that tho Health Ofllcer was
coming, and made preparations to iccoio
him. They gavo tho college a thorough
cleaning, and, of couise, oerythlug
being in slnpo, tho Health Olllccr could
not hnvo reported otherwise: but that
will not prevent us from nroccedlng In
the matter. AVo don't intend to stop
until the dissecting ceases for all time.
"I just wish you could read tho ovl
deuce wo'vo secured. I belleo It would
set tho whole country talking. This.ls
not thollrst tlmo we've complained ubout
the .sickening .smells. 0cr a yeni ngo
not only mvsclf, but socral othei resi
dents in tho vicinity, wroto to the presi
dent of tho Georgetown Collcgo,"com
plaining of tho medical department, and
wo wero assured that tho cause of com
plalut would bo remedied. But it was
not, and It has been getting worso ever
sinco, until finally w o can stand it no
longci. Moro than a doen prominent
physicians limo said to mo that tho dis
secting room of tho collcgo ought to bo
"Why," continued Mi. Tonics, "oven
tho students havo stid it was the dirtiest
collcgo thov ever snw. It has been re
ported around that tho collcgo is n moro
speculative cnterpriso nnd that it uses tho
namo of tho Georgetown University for
tho influence it gives."
Mr. Tow les said that tho windows of
collcgo hud been nailed at tho bottom,
but wore'left'Ojxjn nt tho top
"Wn -aro not." snld ho. "opposed to
the ctfllCpAS-ltwjijplc, but to tho dfs!ectlng
room, and we intend to keep up tho light
until it is stopped or rcmocd. "Wo'vo
been informed by a very prominent law
yer that wo can bring individual suit for
damages against tho college, and wo may
yet inslltuto such suits."
When asked if tho residents near tho
college would havo a bill intioduced in
tho Houso to hnvo all dissecting looms
removed to tho outskirts of tho city, 3It.
Tow les suld ho didn't know; sucha movo
as thnt, ho thought, might como fiom
THE BOTANICAL (LUMEN'S.
Tho Court Ileildes tho Oot eminent Is
Kntitled to Tlivm.
A decision tor tho defendant was ren
dered by tlio Court in General Term to
day in tho case of Apploby, trustee,
against V. Til. Smith, as ngont for tho U.
S. Government, tho suit being foi the
possession of a poitionof tlio liotanlol
Gnrdens, It was claimed by tbo plain
tiff, who appeared ns trifsteo for tlio
citato of Daniel Carroll, that tho ground
claimed had not been applied to tlio pur
poses of n Federal city, as tlio deed horn
Cnirollin 1791 btlpulntcd, not beinc in
cluded in tlio poitlon allotted by the
Government for punllo Ubo.
Tho Court refoired to thoKlllcolt map,
approved by Washington and Adams.
This showed that tho lines of somoof
tho streets weie not run out thcli entire
length, but at somo points Micro wero
spaces left, somo of them Irregulnr in
form. This map included nil tho prop
erty convoyed to tho Government for tho
city of Washington, and Mils plnco ap
peared upon it ns an open snuco. It was
never laid down as a square,' until in 1870
by Wm. Korsj Hi, as siimiro 1! of i70.
Tho Com t reached tho conclusion that
on tho Ullieott map it was laid oil de
signedly as a public snaeo and so applied
to the uses stipulated.
THE COURT KECOIM.
Court In (ionarnl lurm lliu Clilnf Jun
tlio, Jimllcin Jnincit unci Miiriiolc.
Estato W. Amnions; oplirtnn Justlco Mer
rick. I'lrst case, appeal dismissed, second
tase, decree oi 1'rohato Court ifllrined.
'lhomas vs. Holtzman; opinion Justlco
Mcrrkk: Judguunt for plulntllt Appleby
. Smith: opinion Justlca MerrlcK; pule;
uicutfor deftudant, Kosor vs. I'ickroll;
opinion Justleo James; udcmcnt reversed and
eauso remandid. Write vs. Dearlng; judtt
mont bolow adlrmcd. Amcntvs. Kirr; opin
ion Chief Justice; ilccrco dismissing bill af.
firmed. Kllbouru vs. Latta; oplulon Chief
Justlco; oxeentlous overruled; auditor's re
port confirmed. Moloy, assle:ueo ve. Central
National Hank; oplulou Chlot Justice; dcerco
dismissing bill alllrmed,
Circuit Court Justlco Cox,
McElllgott vs. District of Columbia; vordlct
for defendant. I.ulloy va. Morguu, and Na
tional Press Brick Company vs. IMvIs, Jr.;
Judgment on motion,
Kijulty Court Justlro Cox,
Grant vs. Qrant; salo finally ratified,
Wright vs. Wilcut; auditor's repoit con
flrmed, Houso vs. House; tcstlmonj before
A. Johns, examiner, oidcrod taKeu, Douglas
vs. V) light; rcstrulnluc ordoi returnable Do
eimbcc 1 granted. Klchardson s. 'lullock;
roleaso of lots 13, H and in, block . ordurcil.
1'orrcst vs. Kcndrlek;,salo and auditor's repoit
Itur. Dr. Cliuppello'rt Ititturn,
ltov. Dr. ChappcUuotSt. .Matthew's Church
Is expected to arrive on tho "limited" from
Nov Vor); this afternoon. A commlltenwlli
meet him at tho rallnay station nud escort
him to the parsonage, whero u reception will
A Mluht 1 irn 'lliU lunilnc;,
Bomo old clothes caught flro lu the gariet of
1114 K street this morulug, and an alaiiii of
flro was turned In, but tho engines w ero not
used, no damage'.
WAIM WILL COME IlKRI!.
t'rcsldnrt Ilnwott Siijh Tlmt tlio Matter
Will Moon bo Settled.
.lolin M. Wnid, tho famous shoil-stop,
bus been icloaed to tho Washington
Club foi $12,000. Tho deal will soon bo
consummated, piovldcd coitalli stipula
tions nro ngieed In by the Washington
management Tho nnlure of theso stipu
lations cannot bo nsicitnlned, but, ns 3lr.
lluwcttaud unumbei of thestoekholdeis
aro in fuvor of tlio purcliuso, thero is
little doubt that thoy will bo arranged
tMtisfiutmily. It Is undoiitood, that ho
hns expressed his willingness to Join tho
tenators, so, If tho arrangements bo
twemJIi. Huwett mitl thu New York
nianageinent pan out satisfactorily. Micro
will be no dlillculty lu ccdiilii'i Ward's
slgnntmo to it cuntrnct on his return
from his Austt ili.in trip.
Uoston and Pittsburg weie very bidly
fooled. Hcprc'ent.ithcs from both clubs
were anNlous to sectlio Wnrd'h scrvieos
for not season and wciowilllugtoputup
big money to accomplish that end. How
over, thoy supposed that thu Washing
ton management was Indulging In a little
bluff gnme and would ho unnblo to pro
tluco tlio monoy requited for tlio pur
chase when tho limo should nrrho.
Then thoy weie to sclc tho opportunity
thus picscntcd nnd mako n determined
effort for that much-sought offer player.
To their surprise and chagrin Mr. Howett
demonstrated ids ability to put up the
cash wheu tho deal was ripe, nntl tho
tall coders plucked tho fruit, whereat tlio
oppulcnt members of tho Hoston man
ngoment, whoso pockets wero bulging
with coin, wero sorely grieved, and tho
hustlers fiom Pittsburg felt very much
tho samo way.
It Is believed that either Hoston or
Pittsburg would gladly glo Jlr. Hcwett
tll.OOO or $1,000 for his bargain, but Mr.
How ett siys,thnt It can bo s ifcly nssumed
that AVnrtl will bign a Washington con
tract and play hero ncct year.
3Ir. Howolt has heard indirectly thnt
tlio Pittsburg men contemplate scu'dlng n
rcprcsentntlvo to Washington for the
purnoso of offering him a bonus foi tho
option bo holds, but indications point to
tlio icturn of that representative with
nothing moio soothing in his possession
Ward w ill prove a vnluablo acquisition
to tho Washington Club, and, though tho
price paid foi his lclenso Is unusually
large, jt is not iiupiobablo Mint tho In
vestment will piovon profitable one,
both limine lully and with regard to tlio
better showing of the Washington Club
In next season's contest.
A DUAT, WITH I'lTTStlUIlO.
Tho following appears in to day's Now
Washington, Nov. 2o, 1888. Presi
dent Hcwett of tho Washington Club,
when spoken to this evening regarding
tho expected visit of 3Ir. Nimlckoftho
Pittsburg to this city, said: "If it really
bo truo that Mr. Nimlek is coming to
confer with mo, It i elates, I presume, to
tho salo pf soieral of our plavors. "Mi.
Nimiclc spoko to mo In New York about
tho puichaso of O'Brien, our tlrstbaso-
innn. Wo, also had somo conversition
about exchanging llnlly foi Carroll.
I think, too, that 3Ii. Niinlck will
offer mo somo inducement to 1c', him
hnv o John Ward of tboNow Ymks, w hoso
relcnso I havo purchased foi M2.000.
"It was my intention tokeepthlsmatter
a secret for the timo being, but as tho fact
seems 'to bo well known thero is no
longer any occasion for concealment. So
far as Ward is concerned, 3h. Nimick's
visit will lcsult in failure. 1 had ruthcr
havo Ward than half a docn nllegcd
'stars,' who do not collectively possess
his intellect. Thoieport Is In circulation
Mint Waul will not sign with us. I know
better Minn that. Wliilo in New York I
was shown a letter written by Waid to
3Ir. Day icgarding his release from tho
NewYorks. It was written from San
Prancisco on tho loth iustnnl. In Mils
letter "Ward declared his desiro to sign
either with tho Bostons or tho Washing
tons. Ho moreover distinctly stated that
ho would go nowhere else."
It may bo stated In this connection
that 31 r. Hewctt Is negotiating for tho
purcliaso of John 3Iorrill of tho Bostons
and tho probability is tliut ho will next
season wcai tho .Senators' uniform. If
seemed ho will bo played either at third
or Hi st base.
Donnelly and Fuller will undoubtedly
Tiylnj; to Stmlulitoii Out thu Mlxed-up
luminous Cum. '
A step w as taken by tlio Court in Gcn
oral Term today tow aid uninveling
bomo of tho complications which hnvo
sprung up about the estato of tho Into
Woltha Kminons. Judgo 3IonIck de
liveied tho opinion of thu court in points
lalscd on appeal.
In tho caso of Sirs. Samuel F. lanmons
against bamuci F. Kmmons, hoi hus
band, against his co-adminlstration of
tho will, an appeal had been taken from
tho action of tho Court appointing n re
ceive), tho defendants having applied in
tho Orphans' Com t for n collector. On
this point tlio Court decided that thero
could bo no nppcil from tho older ap
pointing a receiver, ns It was auoidcr
not Ihinl in its natuiu.
In tho caso certified to tho Circuit
Court for trial boforo a jurv, involving
tlio validity of tlio will, Judge 3Ierrick
said tlmt wlille n marilcd woman had tho
right to mako a will it was not tho
provinco of this Court to dcteuniuo whut
should pass under It.
Tho Orphans Com t erred only In do
tci mining who should bo plnntill and
who defendant in tho caso. This was
not in tho piovluco of tho Orphans'
Court, and tho order was sent back for
amendment In this icspect.
Ilia "Wealth of Actors.
"I have had occasion for jears past,"
writes a Now YoiU correspondent, "to mako
tho ratine of mauairers and actors for n com
mercial agency, and, whllo I nuoto from mem-
or), you ma) set It uonn mat ino ugurcs 1
glvejou ns to thu wealth of managers and
iictors Is very nearly correct. 1 must glu
them In older, honour, as the) oi cur to me;
Oliver Doud Ilyron Is worth $75 000; Thomas
1'. Kcllv, Vhfladclphli, $500,000, Isaac II.
ltlch, llnlilmorc. $!;j0,00u. John A. Hamilton,
St. Louis. $1B0,000, lllcliaid A. Huoloy, Chi
cago, t-200,000, Jl. 1 l.cailtt, ban l'rauelsco,
4150,000; William V. Cody (lluftalo Illll),
150,000; Augusllu Dalj, f20t),CW0; Kugcuo
'lompMus, Hoston, 100,000, Ilcurj C. Miner,
SttJO.OOO, Amies Iloolh, ?100,0OO; A. M.
l'uliner, $100,000, Tony Pastor, &75.000, W.
Hdwurd Hurrlcan, 4100,000, J.ouls Aldrlch,
$.r)0,000, Kdwlu Hooth, JI.IKW.OOO; Lawrence
lluilett, $rj5,000, Joseph J off n son, aW.OOO,
Mrs. Thomas '. Kecnc, SIOO.OOO, Milton
Nobles, 575,000, Abbes bchalTcl and (Iran,
1 0,000; Mar) Andcis.ii), 2 "0,000; .Mrs. 1) V
llowirs, $150,000, Kato t'laxton, JW,000,
Miss I)acuport, frlfitilXX), Clara Loulso K.
logg, $300,001), Mrs I.illlu LJiigtrj, s.1,000,000;
Mairglo Mitchell, 1100,1100, Helena Modjeska,
i00,X)00; Nellfo Jlcilenry, $10,000; ltoslua
Vokes, $100,000, James I owls, $100,000, Ada
liihan, 4-50,00(1, Mrs trablrco (LotU'a
mother), $800,000; James O'Neill, J050,000."
The .11 Htrect Nudiil (Hub.
Tho M Street boclal Club nas Incorpoiated
to diy by A, J, Clements, Juaics Coleman and
JfOaNTDAY EVENING, NOYTrBEIl 20, 18SS.
IS IT ONLY AJtlPraDHQME?
The Fairness of Saturday's Race
Questioned by Sporting, Men.
THE LOSERS WILL PAY THEIR BETS.
SnlllMin Not to rrnscoHta Vlinl JJr.
Sieanliiii Atiout' It.
It is openly chained by Mioso who
clnlm to bo in it position to know that
Tocmcr sold out, and thai Saturday's
i.'ieo was lived hefoio tho niihal of tho
1'ittsbuig crowd on b'ntuiday moinlng.
Whether theio bo any truth in this nc
cusitlon oi not, it Is stated positively that
Towner's alleged supporters catnbou here
nnd backed O'Connor to win, Instead of
putting up their money on their eh un
plon. Tcomcr's he.iv lest, honest backers
Wero Sullivan and Connor of Port
land, 31c. i
Thoy wero in dead c.irnost, a,nd though
advicd on H iturday tnornlhg liy 31r.
Sennlon, tho stnkoholder, ,to' heilge, If
pcslblu, thoy Btuek to thclt' tliolco nnd
dropped ubout $2,500 in cousiqucncc.
3Ir. Sciinlon stales that wlwn ho utv
sporting men from Pittsburg mivlous to
bet on O'Connor, ho felt that tho allalr
was to bo a mere hippidromo and that
tho result beats out his. predictions.
JTo claims Mint Teenier has m.ulo far
belter tlmo o er the couiso orf numerous
occasions than was mado by O'Connor
on Saturday, and that nfter turning tho
stako boat on nearly oven terms, Tccmer
started on tho last lialf with every pios
nect of success had ho wished to win,
but (to uso Mr. Scanlon's cvpresslto rc
mnik) "ho rowed as though lie had a log
tied to his shell," thus allowing O'Connor
to defeat him as he chose.
Sullivan and Connor put (heir money
in tho hands of Jlr. 3Iuiris of Pittsburg,
who, It is claimed, backed Teenier, ami
tho money was doposlted in Jlorris'
name, with Sennlon as stakeholder. 3Ii .
Sullivan was disposed to contest tho
result of tho race, und for u timo de
clined to allow tho money to bo paid
over, but on tho representations of tho
stakeholder, who claimed (aid with rea
son) that ho had no legal light to with
hold tho stake, inasmuch ns tho monoy
was not deposited In ills ujuno, he au
thorized Its payment.
Se.iulon, who was tho largest stock
holder, has paid overall bets, and It is
probiblo that all wageis will bo soon set
tled, ns thciu is not Miq slightest ground
ou which to rcfuso to settle.
O'Connor left this nf teruoon ut 2 o'eloi k
for Philadelphia and Leo Is expected to
go this evening. Iluinm. who is positiv o
that-Tcomcr did his level best, and says
thnt ho is out probably S.'i.OOO by Satui
day's defeat, will leavo for Pittsburg to
morrow. Tho race, which was for tho American
championship and $2,500 a .side, was a
pretty ono up to tho time of turning tho
stako-boat. Then O'Connor drew abend
and had littlo trouble in winning in
twenty minutes twenty-throo seconds,
Teenier finishing about twenty-five sec
onds after. Notwithstanding tho rhilli
uess of the-atmosphere a largo crowd
view ed tho raco. Tho raco grow' out of a
quarrel in 3Iadlson Square Gardeu, Xow
York, between Tccmer nnd Goorga Lee.
tho trtilnci of O'Connor. Ineffectual
cftorts bad boon ranijojiolflro that tlmo to
bring tho two oarsmen together ill arilec,
but after tho quarrel both men wero
anxious to meet each other, nnd they
were quickly matched for a contest at
William J. O'Connor, who becomes
champion of America, was born iu To
ronto, Canada, about twctity-llvo years
ueo, and first camo into piominento
in 1882 ns tt member of tlio Don
Amateur Howing Club of Toronto.
In 188T ho won tho senior slinglo cham
pionship of Canada nt Hamilton, Out.,
having a short timo "befdj-c, with his
partner, Knright, won tho championship
for tho doubles from tho Lano Brothers.
Ho bccauio a professional oarsman iu
1885 by challenging Kltr of Pitts
burg, to raco for $1,000 a side, but
tho iatter declined to row. In 1887 he
defeated Albeit ITamm, but in his net
raco. at Buffalo, his boat was swamped,
nnd ho only took third plaeo, lluiilun
winning. In 3Iarchof this year ho do
fcatcd Peterson, tho Paelllc Slope
champion, at San rrimcisco, and, subse
quently, ho met nnd dofentod Georgo
Leo. Guudtiui, nntl other good men, lie
Is flvo feet ton inches in height, nud
weighed 10d pounds to day, llo rowed
in a Kuddiek shell, thirty-ono feet long,
cloven Inches beam and twenty-eight
pounds in weight. Hislrnlnei for to
day's race was Ueoigo Lee.
Tohn Tcomor, tho defeated oarsman,
was burn In 3IclCeesport, Pa., In lbUl,
nnd first started row lug as a professional
in 18S2. Slnco thou ho has beaten llnu-
Ian. llosmer, Hnmm, TtoSs, Oauduur
and a number of others, while he hns
uso lost sovernl ruces In tho last two
j cars ho has rowed iu thirty-two inces,
and won every ono. Tgtmer stands
5feet8r Inches In height, and weighs
102 pounds. Ho lowed in n Roddick
shell Ul J feet long, Hi inchos beam and
27 pounds in wclgfit. lie was tiained
foi tho raco by Albeit Hnmm,
F. O. Tbuco nnd Lena F. Nules, Oeorgo K.
Hill and Mcndoclna IteeKs; August bchnlgtrt
nud Ida Ilutts; bnlomou Hlco and llattlo Itlce;
hmlllo Xcriinz, Brooklyn, k , y and Lellla
Uearc, city; William D. Payne and MollloCol
l'ns; Junius Oglnton und K)u Voimg; fellas
Foster uud Hauuah Jackson,';
I'ropurlnc tlio Dlitrlct Illll
Tho 6Ub-commlttco of thej House Appro
priations Committee, ougaged h preparing
tlio District Appropriation bill, were not In
6css Ion to day, but w 111 meet to-morrow and
continue work on tbo bill. v. .
Ilowiitil T.. Hyatt's tvill riled.
Tbo will ot Howard L. Hyatt, filed to day,
iriving uis eMato to Ills widun, Mur) U.
Hjatt, was admitted to probate.
Frederick Wnrde to night nt the Natiou.il In
''Damon and l')thlas." (fc
'1 ho Dramatic Doings, Cincinnati, by O'llrlen
and Owens, is like a Mlton vlth a quart of
nillk In It not ury big, but vc full up It
Is young ict, but it has cut Its teeth and is
ablo to feed itself,
Kornoll at Kcman's to-night.
llattlo of Shlloh every dayijrouiO a m to
10 1). m. 1
"1 ho Twelve Tcmptatlons.'tgrand spcetacu
lar exblbigou, at Alhuugh's uj-nlght
filobo 'lheatro opening to.ulcht, 1'cnnsvl
yaula avenue near Llovouth streot Hairy La
Hoso and Coultou bUteu' IllgBjiedalt) Ci)
i y!!bur,9l,tr.tt t0,' IIarrts' BIJou to night
In "Iwo VoKabonds." '
1 horo Is a jouog lady with Tillolson'j
.le-Ana" Comedy Company, who will blos
mi foi tfi some-day as n great star. She Is
beautiful and has a pueuomemd voice Her
""" ueo .luuuauu. Ha0 nn nnirs 10 atl
excellent family ln WMhiSgion " oT which
j eieuro uiroo uiionieu slstei,, ono an artist,
tho othor ti accomplished 'musician and
:romnlUlin.i f ,,.. ...t
Doiu s T0Mllet 0l urcit U1r -UiwiMle
THU CHXGUKSSIUXAli IXVKSTin VTIUX.
Mujnr r.yileotciir unit I.loutoiiiiiil Tow n
Hundlull tlin Mory of tlio qllmliK I.
Tho Congressional joint commltlco of
Investigation upon tho construction of
Mm aqueduct lunnol lesuihed Its session
to tiny In tho room of tho Committee on
Territories in tho Semite wing of tho
Cnpilol. 3Inor Lydeckoi and Lieutenant
Townscnd had beon Mimmoucd to np
ponr before tho committee', and both
3Iajor I.ydcekor was first railed lu nnd
examined. Ho was put'ihimmh a vury
sc itching oMimiuatioti bj Senator Kd
minidsand wnscross-ovninlned by other
incinhciri of tho ronimlttcc. Ills ovuiii-
inntlon lnstetl scvcinl hoins.
"While tho Invcslig.itlon Is Eieoetnud
no reporters nic udinlttcd, It Is undei
stnod thnt his lotlmoiiv was e.tensio
and coveicd In detnll ttiowork on tho
tunnel nnd ills methods of carrying it
on. Lieutenant Townscnd remained in
tho Judiciary Committee room while his
ohlof was being examined.
iiork twitiiiKus .'i:i:i)i:i.
Tho Winter Scliodulo r Vlnll llellir.v
Sunn to l,o Ailoiited.
Though tho winds that whistle up nud
down tho strcctB and iuoze tho letter
carriers' bicath on their whlskois nro de
cidedly wlntiy, the local mail' delivery Is
still running on tho summer schedule.
Tho reason Is that since tlio passage of
the eight-hour law tlicie me not cnirlcrs
enough to put tho wilder srlietlulc of de
liveries In iorco nnd limit cat h curici's
w ork to eight hours per do.
For several days past a couplo of Po?t
olllco department inspectors havubecn
looking over tlio local cat ilcr service, so
tlmt they may loport to tho Department
tho numbei of additional c.inlcrs that
will havo to be appointed to enable
Postmaster Hoss to put thu tegular win
tei schedule of di Miotics In loice. They
mo expected to finish thoir investigation
in n few dajs. Ten moro cinlors uio
needed, but the numbei allowed by tho
Postofllco Department will depuud ou the
Inspct tor's icport.
IHK RKillTS 0FA HAMvIilll'l'.
An liiiiortiiiit lloiNlon Itfiulcriil III Uio
U. S, Nupri'ino Court.
Tho Supreme Court of tho Vnltcd
States lendered an opinion to-day iu tlio
3Ilnncsota caso of Denny vs. Ben
nett, a signeo of Van Xonnau &
Brother. Tho Slate law provides
that when over tho pioneity
ot n debtor is hciul by oCcutioii, ho
niay assign all his piopertv not evenipt
by Inw fortho cnuul benellt or nil hlh
cicditors who hlnill tile releases of their
claims, and that his ptopirty shall be
equitably distributed among nudi cicdl-
Plnliitiff's counsol claimed thnt this
fitntuto was uiieoustUutloiial ns It 1m
pahed thu obligations of control, nud
counsel also claimed Mint it could luio
no cvtta Terrltoti il operations.
Tho isupicuic Court holds iu its opinion
to-day Mint thu statute is not repugnant
to tho Constitution. This opinion nllirms
tho judgment of the Supremo Court of
Minnesota; Justice Harlan dissented.
A Torrlblo Trucoily'lli Missouri.
Oaiik, Mo., Nov, 20. Sons of a tcrrlblo
trugedvVomcs from lanoi Clfi-, islxfeon
miles notth of here. Friday morning William
Tiollt nnd hl eon left homo tcf assist lu A
houso-ralsluffln tho nclqtiorhood. When they
returned In tho alenlog they discovered tho
bodies of two children, "Kllen, aged 13, aud
MiuzrIc, aped 11, lylnc bloody nud wounded
on tho flooi. A hatchet was beshlo them.
Maggie was dead und tho other was mortilly
wounded. A traeo of blood led from tho
houso Into tho woods, where, i quarter ot a
inllo away, tho mother was found dead with
her throat cut. Insanity Is ascribed as the
eauso of tho work.
utiiral Gnu Dlsiomrcil.
JAvrsTow,, N V., Nov. 20 A rushing
gas well of tremendous power has been found
In Zoar. Iho find Is entlrel) now field.
Nrw YoitK, Nov. 20. A special to tho
H'orM from Fort bmlth, Ark., sais thero Is
wild oxcllemcnt tberooicra great natural
gas threo miles south of tho tonn. The pres
sure rcglsteis2'AI pounds to tho square inch,
and tho suppl-, is sleadlli Increasing.
(iiile on the llrfllsh oait.
.ono, Nov. 20 High winds aro reported
all along the coast, tho British ship Duncan
has stranded on tho broak banUs. 'Iho ciow
ins rescued. Tho Cljdo has in crllgn edits
binKs. Several faetorlos nt I'ollocksbauK
wero on Saturdu) Inundated bj tho oierllow0
of tho rlvor Cart aud tho fern lie workers wero
rescued through windows and coniojed in
carts to dry ground.
Jay Onuld'H ICrpui toil I'liroliuso,
Ciitouio, iNoi. 21). It was reported on tho
Board of Tndo this morning that Jaj (,ould
has bousht tlio Atehl'on, Topeka A, Santa Fo
telegraph sjstom for JJtiO.OOo.
Ilonl 1'nUiti! Irniinrurs.
ltosa W. Kirk to J, (I. blatcr et al, $l"0,
part of lot 7, gqu-iro 325; Georgo Bogus etnl,
trustees, to Jtarj A. Cooksej , 5ol.07, lot 30,
6fmaroOJO; Catherine C, llamlltnu to C. .
IliMnln, $5, lot t, squaro 81, Kliznbeth K.
Djerjlo same, $5, same; Paul Hlllmuth to hto
phen Hlllmuth, $1,072 00, partoflot 15,snuuo
il, IJeorgeatinu Bradle) to Catherlno C. Fow
ler, $5, lot I), squaro 100O.
A SuiIoiih I'ull.
Mr. William II. Keuuoy, nn old resident of
Oeurgetowu, slipped on tho fco this morulug
and Injuied his sldo quite seriously. Owing
to his age, 75 jeurs, his Injuries are much to bo
nil. IltlKiird'H Condition Hotter.
Mr. Julius Illlgard, e superintendent of
tbo Coast burvoy, who has been reported as
bohiK lery 111, Is much better to dm. His
condition Is not as dangerous as has bceu
Nut All Win Lost.
.V. lr. Urtlmnt.
In tho eventful campilgrt of 18S1 Iho pcoplo
nt Augusta wero hound to havo early election
HOWS. It Was arnmred tlmt mmlnnn ,,,i
bells should bo placed at Intervals along tho
Kennebec down to n certain point wbcro tho
first authentic word would bo received, 'Iho
booming or tho cannon was to Indlcato tho
oleetlou of Folk, tho rlnglug of tho bolls tho
election of Clay, Iho news would thus bo
carried up tho river. Tho first suund beard
wna tlin lirtAmlti nf simmm. rn.i.. k..- i
.. .. vuv...IIJffi Wfc h-timiuit, 4U13 B iUI"
lowed by stuuly roars. Claj'a tilmlrors would
nlt riAllnvn ilnfunt lin.l nm. .....I U . .. i .i. .
tho bells. Iho rtsult waa that between tho
Oliltinn linnmltif nml tin lutll fli.l.in ti. .
plo up tho river dldu't know who had bceu
Afterasuspcnsoof tovcral dais thoasony
UnKntltlnil 1,V n 1.nl l l.l. .......... I.I...V -?
..... . ..." .. mo ide-( uuieu re
ceived tho latest news, 'tlio pajier had been
aMi,iuiMB "urn uaiueu iorivinH lor tho
l.(?lHllltlII Anil tl,n n.rlt, I, ml V,n.. t..
this Is what it said, In tho bigcost tiim In tho
printing ofUco. '-Whigs, glori to (,od Wo
haio saved I'arklns, but bavo lost Clnj "
A LnoUy 'lurliey.
After hai Ing llsteuod.at a 1 hanksglvlng din
ncr to Jones's stalo jokes, Smith saldi "I say
Jones, the Thanksgiving turkey Is lucklorthau
Jones In what way'
"""''.'mnedwlthehjs.nuu until sfter
A WILD SCRAMOLE FOR LIFE,
Nineteen Coal Barges Sunk by Yester
day's Galo Near New Yqrk.
HOW THOSE ON BOARD ESCAPED.
Xluiy Clliiihrd from Ono limit fo Another
Until Tin,) Uiilneil Sunt).
Knw- Yoitk, Nov. 'JO. One of tho most
disastrous accidents which litis ever oc
curred to n toiV of barges In tho vicinity
of Now York happened nhout 'i o'clock
hominy iiioi nlng In tho lower hay.
Tlio old sido-wlietl steamer lJoiclentowu
had tho b.ugus iu tow.
Thero wero twonty-ono In nil nnd
co.il-ladep, oveept ono, which wnsjndcn
with gitiln. Tho tow was en rotilo fiorii
Horgen I'olnt to this city, When on"
ltobbitis lit of tho gulo sinick il. Tho
m lives mounted tho dicks of tho baiges
and water tilled their holds. In ti dioit
time soma of them began to tuttlo On
hoard tho bilges woro tlihtv-foiir nelsons,
consisting of their capt.ifns, wives and
AVhcn tho binges begin to setllo theio
wns n wild sciainlilo lot life, hut all suc
ceeded in reaching tho tecks of the
lioidenlown In safely bj Jumping fiom
otic baigo to tho other. In tho midst of
it all tho steering geai ot the Iloiduu
town bccauio disari inged.
Her tiipttln whisliid for asslstanco
and tho htcamoi was taken lu tow nnd
toicthor with tho two baiges was
brought In s.ifcly to tho Tort llumllton
dock. Tho othor nineteen bnrgeu wont
to tho bottom. Some of them wero now
und wero viilucd nt fiom -1,000 to ",000.
They wuio owned pilncip illv by their
captains, and had on hoard from WO to
450 tons of coal ouch, f-ouiu of thu coil
was consigm d to Now Union. Tlio
gt cuter put of It belonged lo Sticknoy t
Conj ham, Xo. 1 Uroidwny. Tho total
loss is estimated nt over ?1U0,000.
lliuMost Mnunirteont Itonnn In tlio (lor
Hi nu.v, Nov. L'0 Tho impoiial fam
ily is now located lor tho winter season
In tho old Seldom, oeeup lug u biilto of
rooms on thu ilrst .ttid second floors, look
iiigou the Schlosvl'laU. The Ihnpeior
uddonly decided, it tow necks ago, to
occupy tho fichloss, which wiii doscited
as a tow n resideneo during tho lolpn of
Tho sudduu ordois to refurnish tho
Schlos, regardless of cost, quickened tho
business of a numbei of Oiesden, Hum
burg and II rlin llrin". Tho dceorntitiiiH
wero lomplitcd with m.tgic.il jajilditv,
thu oNpcndlturo of 750,0011 marks rb
Milting lu the most magnificent loom in
tho Kinplrc. Tho dining and drnwinu'
roonis uro shaped with gobelin
laposlry and havo richly gilt
ceilincs. Tlio wnlls of thu fimporoi's
leather with ilornl hund-paliitings. A
nnuibor of selected paintings, tuo placed
about thu looms. An uh etiio light boft
ened by shaded glass illuminates thu
wholo. Thorcnowiil of tho apirtinutUs
was done under tho Cmpcror'a instruc
tions. Tliq (j.vlstiiig art resources of tho
Pchloss iaVonot bceu touched. -In, tho
now suites over thing i new.
l'rof. sielli bin' rune.
Urniis, Nov. o. 'ilio Inquiry rrgardlng
Pi of. GelTckcn tends to clear blm of all sus
picion of an Intention to cnibnrass tho Gov
ernment by his roio!atlnn. Iho correspond
ent sclrcd at 11 iron ion Hoggeiibach's liouso
pioies that l'rof. GelTckcn whs careful lu his
revision of tho dlnrj, and tint tho extracts
ivciocompired with Fiedcilck's notes, which
wero often found to bo misdated aud Illegible.
It Is repotted that the Grand Duko of linden
Istrjlug tolndtico tho r.mpcior to drop tho
1'reclnc tlio Mo in uuzlbur.
7.KS7WKK, Nov. ai. 'Iho question regard
ing tho fuqltlio slates hirbored by the mis
sion station at.Mombasi h is bcin bottled by
Mesats. Jlackcnzlo and .Matthews to the satis,
fiction of tho until es, who haio Invited Mi
Mackenzie) to a public feist The urraugo
incut secures tho freedom of 1,100 slaves.
.Inliil Muiidtiiillu'i, lliotllcr.i.
UuiuiN, Nov. 20 It Is announced that
Mr. Frank Mandovllfe, a brother ef thu lato
Mr. John .Mandovlllo, whoso death Is said to
haio beon duo to hardships suffered In Tulla
noro Jail, will bo tho Nationalist candidate for
tho seat lu tho liouso ot Commons for U est
Wuterford, which was undo vacant by the
drowning of Mr. Jasper Douglas l'juc.
Uio Kmlii Hotter Kxpi'illflon,
III hi i, Nov. Sti. IJcut. Wissmau will wait
on tbo r.mperor to resign bis cqmmhslon In
tho arm), aud to state his plans for tho Kudu
lellef upedlliou. Ho Mill not leave Uerllu
for threo weeks.
Ilio I'lirncll Hi fuiiHv Fund
LoNiiov, ol J0 Iho fund fur tho de
fense of l'aruell nnd his associates In meeting
tho charges ot tho I'mui now amounts to
'Iho death Is announced of thu Duchess of
Mr. John Ilrfght's condition Is worso to day,
Tho longestlon of his liuias Is moro serious
and his teiupcraturo higher.
Tho olllccs of tho lustrallan Town and
Cminti.lournal lime been destrojed bjjtlro.
'ihoi wero tho fluiot new sp.lper olllccs In Aus
trulh. 'Iho loss Is climated to bo X100,000.
Woiiiiui lllm Cunt illuii's Viie,
Nf.w Vsiiik, Nov SO. Tho 11'orM' Itu
lelgh, N. 0., special sajs. "It Is learned that
In 1'ltt County 100 negro women, dressed lu
men's clothing, loti-d tho llcpuhlle in ticket
ut ttiu lato election Ilio m itter Is to bo in
lestlgitcd. 'Ino nc.'ro women of (lianYlllo
County haio been urrcsted and aio n jail
s lurccd with thrashing with a buggy whip a
negro inalo who voted tho Domocritlc ticket.
Ilio Son n Captiuml Sluinrx.
Sitimm, Nov SO. Iho Italian authorities
claim possession of tho scieu dhows recently
captured as sin crs, on tho gtouud tlut thoy
wero laptuicd h) thofliltlsii luwateisurcr
w hlch Hall had Jurisdiction. 1 ho dhow s wero
captured after u severo light, and subseipteutly
condemned by their captors und sold us
rj niiiitiu Cm mud) 'k (Jlurk .Kisiiliii;,
New Yoiii, -Nov SO Iho pollco haio
been asked to look for C. fl. Deaiboru, clerk
to 1'aymaster Carmody of tho L'. ri. S. (ialoni,
who has bcou missing slncii Tucsdty, when ho
cot leuvo to co oslisiro. iUohus$IOO ot (ioi
ornment money with blm, and maj bavo met
with foul plaj
liiriniiU Muiln li) I'lill Ariumir.
Cnie mo, Nov. '."il V j'eue special Iiom
Flndla), Ohio, sais 1' I). Armour A. l.
bavo rented a largo ijulldlug hero fiom whit li
thoy propoia to noil Ihlcago meats ebcapir
than loeul dealers uio kolllug them. Much
consternation is felt among tho local traders.
Anotlii'r Cuslilor (limo VVrniiL-.
Ciiicaoo, Nov. !!. Iho grand Jurj, which
ou Saturday took up tho caso ot Cashier Tall
man ot tho defunct 'Irade'n. hank, concluded
tho oildcneo to-d.n, and it la said voted lo ra
turn a truo bill against him Mr, TiiUuuQ
had not Leu arretted at 11 o'clock,
A SDCIAMST rrtOPAfiANDA.
owOri;niilrnlliiiii:ncfeil fo Tenih tho
r oivor tln "Ssis Int l.lliert) ."
Ciiitu.o, SToi Stl ('iidi-r tho gulso
of working people's fissotiations tho So
cialists nro endoivorlng to elfcet now or
ganizations, which shall Incltulo tlio
'blanches, now pirtinlly disintegrated,
of tho niious group, cmbi .icing nnnr
clilsts, Communists, nntl such othei pool
olios its hnvo for tliolr object tho ovci
throw of uviMlue, goieinmcnts nnd social
A meeting for the ptirposo or forming
ono of these societies was held in this
city this afletttoou on West f.ako stieut.
Tho hall mis packs si with men und
women, tho larger part of whom nro
anarchists Tho now oiganinlloti
whs chilsteiied tin- Arbeller Hum!.
All persons, lev.irdlcsj of sox or religion,
tiro eligible to incntliet.-.Iilp upon tho p iv
ment of 10 cents. Tho objects of tho so
ciety nro lo orguuiu tho common or low
ot clnsscs of the pcoplo nnd educate
thorn tobtich nn ovtcnt that the shall bo
ablo to roach tlio perfection of social lib
city as outlined by anarchy.
Tin, Nun link Ualklni: llntili.
Nf.w Yoiin, iNov. SO Tho (I n. m. tcoro In
tho walking mutch nt Madison rrpjaio.(lardoii
Is as follows;
J.lttloMOod, 00; IIukIic", -10: Hetty, M;
Musoii, ",tl; Hart, 04: C.irtH rlaht, Cflj Nurcmiu,
47: Golden. 81. Ilcuelmuii, M; Vint, II;
llowiirth, Ci!) Moore, 5t; 1'cach, .tlr Dillon, 'l;
I)aj, r,l, Desmond, out; Tujlor, 44;(,onnor, fil),
l.Jsen, ft J; lltowii, :!,; bmclly, 45; Ciimpiina,
-. , ieui-, -,, iiiuuiic). i,raig, mi; iiuieri),
unknown, ID); Mojers, out; llolTimin, .10;
uiiiicss, 1,1; Micily, SS, Liamer, 31; Till),
out, M. .Smith, !l7;turloy, 41
Trndinc V iiIch In Nmr Vnrk.
Niw Yoitk, Nov. Si!. Tho Tubune tills
morning h is a column and a half of Interview
with pi umliicnt local iicpubllcans, going to
show that thero was trading and sclllns out.
of sound of thu llepubllcan Congressional
candidates nt tho I'ceent elcctforrt, partlctt! irly
In thu eli'hth district, wills tits sontrolledby
John .1. O'llileii. 'Iho paity manigers express
tliolr i ondcmtiiitlon at tho "crooked work" In
stiong terms nnd agree that somo etiltigcnt
remedies should bo applied to cradlcato tbn
Jinx lean Gimrtrloft fo American Kdltnrn.
Cm or Mrico, Noi. SO. Heavj ruins
biio been reported thioughout thocountiy
during tho last thico dajsciuslnc eonsldera
ablodimicc. A he ny norther Is blowing at
A put of 170 Amcrlean editors en route to
thoUtvof -Mexico an lied at Siilllllo yester
djj. I he weiu receticd hi Governor (ialan.
'Iho Trcs Association of this city Is making
preparations to glio tuo visitors u hearty
An Alo nml I'nrlor T.oekuut.
New Voiik, Nov. 20.- At o meeting of tho
Mn nnd 1'ortcr Drawers' Utikm )ilcrdaylt
was di elded not to recede tho bo)cott from
Divld .teiinson vV Co., tho brewer, unless
tho pav union wages and employ union men
onli. If tho union does not rticdo from this
position It seems pretty certain that every
emploied In tho alouiid porter browcrles of
this clt) will bo locked out ou Weducsdiv
II riickuil li) ii llnikun Axis'.
Aiiivm, N. Y., Nov. 1 A special to tho
Kitniiigl'mvH, from Coblesklll, stales thot i
wild freight tnlu was wrecked outhoDcli
ivaro it. Hudioii H illroad, about a mllo from
thnt place, at to o'clock iturday night. Tbo
ciusols notslelinltel) known, but a broken
nlo wns thoiiclit to bo tho Iroublo. Four
curs wero burned and n brakemau Injured.
1ho curi wero louled with potatoes and
6lelgli9 and cotton.
'Irylni; tho Cliloncii Oi niiinllori.
Cmi ion, N'ov. SO. Tho trial ot tho alleged
un.irehUts and delimiters wus begun in "tho
Criminal Court this morning. It was decided
to try Hiouek Ilrst. Tho, morning wns taken
up In n-leetlug u Jul). Judgo l.onc;oucckcr
and Mr. Flllott icpre'entciV tho titato and
.Mtir9. Golelcr nud Mr. Alley, llrouclt'slii
Ureit. Very c!oe luleruatwaa manllestcd,
people croiydmg tho court room.
A Xsm CoItiinbiiH l'nper,
.Cnit'Alio, Ui Nov. 'id A Tultutie special
from Columbus, Ohio, tnys: "Articles of In
corporation of tho Columbus 'I'ott, a now
alternoon Democratic paper, haio been filed
at tho olllco of tho Secretary ot ."state. It will
Kllloil by Her Young Hrotlior.
PllAUA, Outo, Nov. SO. The 18-ycaold
daughter of Nllllnui Turner of Amelia, Ohio,
was shot and killed Saturday b) her brother,
13 )cars old. 'Iho entire contcntsof a doublc
birrilcd gun entered lici brain. Iho bovls
disposed to bo Ins orrlclhlo und reports dUTec
u to whether tho act was occidental or Intcu
tln.d. Tlio) Culoliruts if Ilia IIaj-.
Nf.w YoitK, Nov. SO Desplto tho storm
which prevailed )esterdiy tho littlo band of
veterans ot 1SIJ gathered at tho block houso
lu Central Park, and went through, their
annual ecremony of raising tho American
flag In celebration of tho oi icuatlon ot New
York I) tho ilritlsh troops 105 years ugo )cs
tcrdu). Snleldii 1'roin rouoy Trouliles.
Mostuiil,Nov. SC Arthur E. Noel Itcod,
stopson ot Dr. Hobuts ot Kensington Sspiaro,
London, and nephew of Gcuerul Sir Fioderlck
Itoberts, committed sulcldo at tho Itlchollcu
llotr.1 nil Salnrilm itefmliitr. 1-rlnl .m.
barrasstucnt and fnabllltv to procuro emploi-
mont, probabl), led to tho rush act. Ho was
. - .
Oiurtulson l,y a I'r.ilrio rir.
Mounts, Minn., Nov. SO. Saturday evening
a pralrlo flro overtook II. 11. Sne'ppln whllo bo
was asleep lu a ravlnu four miles from Han
cock, and bo was so bidly burned that ho died
IMIsoii Tliriisru fin in III Ciirrlnso.
New YoitK, Nov. SO lhomas A. Kdlson
wns throwu from u carriage by a runaway
team at -iicnio rarK on Hutunlay ana ullghtl
bruised. Uho couchmuD was badly hurt, an!
uuu uursu iim hineu,
Tim 1'irm Caliriirnlu District.
St 1'iuncico, Nov. SO. Mr. 1'holps, tha
HenuDllcan candldato foi Congress lu tho
fifth district, coucedos tho election of Mr,
Clonic, his Democratic opponent, by 5J
.''INAXIXVii AMI I'lniMKUCIAh.
Tlio Stock uud Money MiuUct.
NT w Yokk, Nov. SO. Monoy Si'eSJ per
cent, l.xchango closed stcadi; posted rules,
4hoj((! 19, actual rates, 4SVi4lsl for sixty
du)s and lSJSSJ for denmnil. Govern
meuts stcadi ; cinreiicj tls, 1-!1 bid; 4s, coupon,
lSbt bid; tjs, do , lftl bid.
'Iho stock market opened dull and heavy on
selling of St. 1'iittl. lllchinond und Terminal,
I.ako shore, Now Voik amlNon F.ngland, una
a few others, prl'-oo declined 1 to J per cent,
during tho Ilrst hour.
Tlio market bus since been dull and feature
less Duikers evinced no disposition to trade
uud at tho present writing tho market Is
100; Donvei, 15, Frlc, 2.1J; I,. S., 1J; h A
N.,54J;N.AV..U0,;O. A, il.. SI, 1'. M.. .17,
lioadlng, 17; It. I., 100; Omaha. IMJ; Do, 1'ld ,
101; ht.l'aul, WJ; I'fd.. iOJj, Wub., 13, I'M ,
SI; C Ik X Q , 10s, Man., 1015; O, A
W, O, T 'ls.
'Ilio Clilc.lL-i' Markit,
Ciucioo, Not !J. -Opoulug, u.,10 i m
Wheat- Nov., 107J; Dec, 10-1 i; Jau.loi
May, 107J. Coin-Nov., UTiGiarl; Dec , ,
Jan., UIJ(iiU; Ma), SbSfithb?. Oats Not
nud Dec, SHI; Jun., SO, May, JOlfkdOs
I'oik-Jnu., ill 671: May, $14 85. Lard -Nov,,
$S,55, Jun , W.27I, Miy, Isj.471. Short
rlbs-Jtui., f7 45; May, sf7,0JJ
l.oi.il MsmIIivi Iiiilluutl'ins
Ilslit scow or rain (ollowsxl by elearlnsf
wtalhtr, brisk u high uorihwcitctl) wladii
inanu ut, ursi appearatico nou fntuiilaj.
llenr r Perkins, formuil of tlin Toledo Jin,
will bo the mana,'lug editor. Tho Dcmociaiy
has had no orgun lu this clt) for over a) car,"
1 p. m puces -V. U., S3, N. V C, 1071;
N. J. C, Wi Mich., ; N. P.. S4J: l'fd n71;
Cen l'.. -; U. P., OS; Mo, 77; Toxas, JJJ,
U. b.. 511. C. K. Ml: D. .t II.. 114J: I).. 1. W..