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J.VM liEPAHTMKNT NEWS.
T'nc I'reii'li'til toilny nppnltut'd George
Vn-ii,:i:jtciii Ui-isul Collector of Internal
Ilu cuuo for the Ninth (llslilcl of Putin
ANornt.u Death o.s Tin: Boston.
Stiruetin Simon of Iho orulsor Boston
1 ictl o! yellow fevor on board tlio vessel
in iimiiiiiitiiiu at O'liQ o'clock Inst night
Di'Afi l,Ti:.Tit.--Tltc following pat
ents Imvu been granted to residents of
tho DNtilrt of Colutnblii! William I),
lltighoi, donrlock und attachment; John
W. Morgan, paper box, trado-mnrk, pies,
H. Coppcrthito ic Co.
Tub Couut or lxiiumv. First Lieu
tjunnt Bdwnrd Davis, Tilrd Aitlllery,
1 1 m's lcsumed his dittius ns recorder of tho
court of Inquiry, relieving First Lieu
tunnnl Henry It." Lninltiy, Third Artillery.
No testimony was taken to-day.
Yur.Low Fuvmi Nnws. Dr. Martin
telegraphs tho Surgeon Ocncral: "Three
now cases of yollow fever nnd ono denth
nt Gainesville; tho dccciiiicil had been
sick sluco tlu! 18lh ntul was 'discovered
to-day, dying, two houis after."
BunnnTAiiY AVhitjjby'u Thasksoiv
I no. Secretary Whllnoy will celebrate
Thanksisivlng Day nccordlng to his cus
tom sinco ho lias been at tho head of tho
Navy Department. Every ono employed
In tho Department will bo invited to en
joy ono of Mr. Whitney's turkeys, tho
cental Secietary's idea helm: that in this
tvay ho will cat Thanksgiving dinner
with all his assistants, though his dining
hull is not capacious enough to iicconi
modato all nt the samo tible? with htm.
Navai, okdkiss. The following naval
srdeis have bcon mndo:
rastAslstunt Surgeon 11. V. Whltakor to
tlie Nautical School ship, U. Mary's. De-tached-Lt.Chis.
D. Alllbuno. T. C. McLean
aud W. G. Cutter, from tho Dolphin, ami or
io proceed here anil report arrival.
I.t, A. 1. Maro, from tho .Mluucfota,
let of December, nnd giautcd six months'
leave. , Lieutenant W, II, Capcrton, from
picscnt duties at Pittsburg, l'u., and oidcrod
in duty on tho Steel Inspection Board at
Wusblugtoii, and reorder o( that tiourd.
Lieutenant A. V. Grout, as Inspector of the
electric lighting Installation of the I'cnsacolu,
ti Norfolk, Va., uud ordmed to that
duty on tho fruiter Charleston, ut San
Francisco. Knstgn It, C. iSmltli,
fiom duty nt tho works of tbo Messrs. Crump
it Sons and ordered as Inspector of tho elec
tilo lighting luMullutlou ot tho I'ousacola at
Norfolk. Va. 1'asScd Assistant Surgeon A. C.
li. liutseli, from the Naval Academy and or
dered tu the receiving-ship Wubasln Passed
Assistant Surgeon N. II, Drake, from tho St.
Maiy's on tho Ctli of Deiomber next and or
derid to the Coast Survey. Passed As
sistant Surircon D. O. Leu Is. from
duty on the C ast Survey, and ordered to duly
at the Natal Academy; Assistant Engineer W.
W. Willi o ns Inspector of Htccl, and ordered to
duty In tho Coast Survey. Ilevokcdi Tho
orders of Ensign N. J. L. T. Ilalpluc to the
Koarsarge, and to bold himself In readiness
for orden to the Tallapoosa after 1st of March
minor and Personal,
David A. Heaves bus been appointed a store
keeper and ganger at Clayton, N, C.
Tbo Comptroller of the Currency has been
Informed of thu establishment of u new na
tional bank, to bo Known as tho'I'hn-ulx Na
tional Hank of Lexington, Ky. The capital Is
placed at 4150,000.
Captain C. F. Williams ot tbo Marino Corps
lias been ordered to proceed on tho 30th Inst,
to Brooklyn, N. y and report to tho com
mandant of tho navy.jard thcro for duty at
the Murlno Barracks.
THE DISTRICT GOVERNMENT.
Iu submitting their annual estimates to
Couciess for appropriations for the various
charitable Institutions receiving annroprla-
1,") tions, tho Commissioners recommend that an
i oinccr ue appoinieu to supervise an uisnuisc
xnents ot public funds for eleemosynary and
correctional purposes The following ato tho
Washington Asilum, $53,015; Reform
School, $-17,070; Industrial Home School,
$11,000; Columbia Hospital and L) lug-In
Asjluin, $15,000; Women's Christian Assocla
tlnn, $1,000; National Association for Colored
Women and Children, $10,000; Children'!
Hospital, $3,000; St. Ann's Infant Asjluin,
40,000; Church Orphanage, $1,500; Hospital
for Foundlings, $7,000; Homeopathic Hos
pital, $5,000; Works of Morcy, $0,000; Na
tional Tcmporauco Home, $2,600; Central
Tho residents and property owners ot Ann
costia having petlttouod tbo Commissioners
for a hand ungino to bo used for extinguish
ini: llres, the matter was referred to Chief
Tarris for bis recommendations in the prem
ises. Tlio Chief piomptly reported that ho
will bo ablo to extend tho firo district so as to
toko In Anacostla when his new lire eugluo
liuuso hi East Washington is completed, which
tylll bo very shortly. Ho states also that n
six-Inch water main is to be extended across
the bridge, and ho will then not hnvo to dc
iieud on the Eastern Branch for water. He
ugcsU that box 532 bo erected In Anacostla.
1). F. McGowan, secretary of tho board of
trustees of tho Metropolitan l'resbyterlan
Church, lias written tbo Commissioners staling
Unit tlio trustees object to tho Issuance of a
llccuso to sell liquor at tho northeast corner
of I'ouith and C streets southeast.
Ilia Western Union Telegraph Company has
been granted a permit to erect taller polls on
tT Suventu stieet road ft om llouudary street
to tho District line; also a new polont Sevouth
nd lloundaiy streets.
AMOMiTomscoNiisun rutino hiiujth.
Thcro Is a disposition on tlio part of tho DIs
tifct Commissioners to discontinue tho erec
tion of public hydrants, aud uUo to'charge a
water rent against property In the vicinity of
such hjdrants fur tbo uso of tho Potomac
w .iter tltey get from them. The following re-
iiort of Captain Luslc In charge of tli Wcator
.)ttpaitiiieut has been tinproH'il by the Com
mllonets. I'ubllc hjdruutsnioa very heavy
liurdcn to thu Wnter Doparneut, both for
erection and maintenance. TI'O persom uho
get wator from them pay absolutely nothing
toward providing for tho hydrant or the ati r.
Tho people u ho pay for tho water they uso
ho pay for the quuutlty used by the people
upplled from these hjdrauts. Ihey are also
nuisances, earing out the pavomeii and
tldenalk and keeping tho gutters In n filthy
coiylitlou, Some decided steps should bo
taken to seuiru legislation which will make
the hydrants solf-sustnlulng, Thera is no rea
son which can bo urtfed against tha erection
of this particular hydrant which cannot also
bo urged lurulnst tho exlileucu of every
li.Mlrnnt in tlio city, I recommend that thu
Ljdraut bo erected ns rcquqstod.
aiiaosivs ATiiitNNfa's novu.
rrestiletit Spcucvr o( tho Ilaltlmere &, Ohio
Tluilroad Company has received tho following
letter from the Commissioners;
"lTpon icpicsentatlon mud a to tho Commis
si ncrs ns to tho danger at the crossing of
your tracks at the Ueiiiiugs road, which tho
Commissioners llnd to'bo well founded, they
hnvo tho honor to ask that you will caun u
flagman to bo stationed ut tho crossing. Also
that you will caiuo pluukttisr to hit laid bo
tweon tbo ttacks the full width ot thu road."
They have nlso decided to demand Hut u night
lineman hu placed at the Daltlinoro A l'u
tonuc Itallioad crossing at this lllago.
roMHUOY STltEUT IMfltOVBMENlS.
Or. C. 11. l'urvls of tho Freddinau's Hosj
pltal has been informed In reply to his re
quest that tho contractor Improving l'omeroy
stieet bo required to complete It beforo tutor:
that thu delay is not due to any lack on tho
bnrt of the. rout rumor, but the fact that thu
(strict is unablo tu keep contractors sup
plied with construction materials owing to tho
btadaton wliU li tho appropriation bill was
naucd, They hnvo no curl) for tho contrac
tors for l'omeroy street, ami thero Is little
probability that thpy will have iiuy before
VA1II0U3 I.OOAJ. HJATTBltS.
Tho Health Ofllcer reeoinmends that the
niihlla health domunds that tbo alloy In square
BT'.t bo Improved.
Tho alley running oast and west, in square
007, hits been declared a nulsauco by tbo
ljp.illli Ofllcer and ho recommends that it bo
md ulthout delay under tl;o permit oistcm.
The Houso Sub-Comrnittco Progressing
THE AQUEDUCT INVESTIGATION TO-DAY.
Tlio Noil IIcmiio-Tlio Olttlimtt In Vlri;lnlu
Mr. 1111' Vlcw.
The sub-committco having In chaigo
the District Appropriation hill were In
session to-day. Oongiowuan Hender
son of Iowa says the coinuiltleu Is makine:
good progress with tho hill. It will
probably bo hi shape to present to Ihu
House about tlio middle of next weak.
Tho indications mu that thu Cuiiuniu
loners' estimate for tho tttruut iinpiovu
ments will bo allowed.
TICK AQtWltlOT INVUSI'IOATIOK.
Tho CoiigieMlonat Coiuniltteo ap
pointed to investlgato the Aqueduct
scandal met this iiioitiiug at 10:30 iu thu
room of tint Suiialo Committee on Terri
tories and continued tho oxiitiilmttiou of
Major livdeoker. Thu uxuiuluatlon to--kites
pi Inelpally to his iiiuttugumeiit of
Lieutenant Townsond nnd ex-Inspector
htiras ucru in the con Id or.
An JiVKNiNci Posr reporter asked
Muiltcuatit Townsend on what point tho
committee examined him. Ilu smiled at
tho reporter and said: "I'm tlitouL'li
being interviewed. 1 jirefor now to let
the Infoi matioii come from some other
lttU'nnsr.NTATivn nt,iss' vir.ws.
lion. Archie Bliss of Now Yoik seems
to bo tbo most cheerful of any of tlio
Jlcmbora who have thus far put in nn ap
peal nuco nt the Capitol. In speaking of
tho coming legislation, ho said to an
Kvi:nixo Posr reporter tills morning that
tho first bill tho Houso ought to pass Is
tho Ittchardson bill. "It'H a digrucc,"
said ho. "that tho Capital of tho Nation
should liavo to endure such an cyo-soro
for a City Postolllco. I intend to do nil
I can to secure to Washington a suitable
City Postoflico buildlnc."
Mr. llllss Is n. great "friend of tho Dis
trict, nnd in commenting on tho estimates
of the Commissioners for tho Improve
ment of tho streets, said: "I think the
estimates are not too high. I want to
sco Washington mndo tlio handsomest
city In tho world."
5lr. lilies will not bo a member of tho
Fifty-first Congress, and his friends
in Hro )klyn arc very anxious for him to
accept tlio nomination of Mayor. It's
not known whether he'd accept or not,
although it's gouerally uttdeistood that
bo can hnvo It.
THINKS THE HOUSE WILL HD PEMOCHATIC.
Congressman Washington of Tennes
see Is tho first Democratic member in tho
cjty who claims tho Houso to bo Demo
cratic. "I believe," said ho, "that tlio
Houso will bo Demoeratio by a very
small majority 2 or !!.
"If we have tho Houso I want us to
hold it. 1 don't agrco with those who
say it's best for tho party to let tho Ito
publicans have full swing. No, sir. I
don't bollovo'-'in)Jftn)')tjuch talk. The
Republican Administration will beheld
rcsponBiblti'-'by"thciJjeoplo just ns Mr.'
Cleveland's wns. If tlio Houso is Demo
cratic, wo can then hold tho Republicans
in check nnd prevent nny vicious legis
lation tho Senato might enact; wo would
hold tho purso strings on tho Nation's"
Wn.VT Mil. LANnASI THINKS.
Congressman Lanbnm of Texas ar
rived hero Saturday and wns at tho Capi
tol to-day. When asked whnt ho
thought about tho next Houso lie said:
"I don't know anything except whnt I
seo in tho newspapers." Mr. Lanham
is heartily in favor of tlio proposition to
give Washington a now City Postolllco.
The need of ono Is very manifest," is
his truo comment.
THE OUTLOOK IN YIIU1IMA.
Col. Charles T. O'Feirall of Virginia
arrived fioin Richmond this afternoon.
Tlio Colonol takes the defeat of Clove
land good-natuicdly. When asked his
opinion of tho cntiho ho made this reply.
"They btolo it in 1870; thoy bought It in
Iu speaking of tho election in Virginia,
he Bind ho did not anticipate any
trouble. "Tlio coititlcntes will be given
tlio Deiiioctatlc mcmbcis who wera
elected. I'm inclined to think tho scats
of Wiso, Tucker .and porhaps Buchanan
will be contested. I hnrdly think tlio
Republicans will wnut to crawl over mv
majority of 3,000." Colonel O'Fomifl
couldn't say whether tho House would
ho Democratic or Republican.
"It will tako tho oillcial count to do
tcrmino that question. I'm intlier in
clined to think tluit tho chunuca mo iu
firtor of tho Republicans, hut I don't
clvo up all hope. If wo have tho House
I want us to tako it. I am opposed to
tho policy if 'thoy havo tho hide so glo
them tho tallow ulso.' "
"Do you think, Colonel, that Harri
son's tufmlnistratlon will bo n menaco to
ALVltM IN THE SOUTH.
"If Oeueial Harrison can havo his
own way I don't leel upproheuiho, hut
If ho Is controlled by tho ladicul mum
hern of his party, then I think thu South
will have cause for alarm. How over, I
huyo a good opinion of General Haril
son and helluve ho will try to bo comur
vutlvo. You may depend on It that tho
business interests of tho country will
frown upon any attempt to trammel up
on.tbo rights of tho Southern people."
MKMIHSKS WHO SCJUEUKIl TllltUUUU.
General Clark, Clcik of the Houso, s.iid
this afternoon that nuu of thu most stt Ik
ing things of tlio election was tho very
small majority by which n number of
moinbors hnvo been uloetcd, iiccoidlugto
tlio reports, by from twonty-llvo to ono
numireu, uio smattost majority being
given to Comptou of Maiyiaml, who is
couccdcd to bu elected by ono vote.
Hon. Iicriah Wilklns was at the Capi
tol this morning. Ho lias hud his
whlskcis removed, so that thu wind can
no longer whistle through them. "I
iant to disguise myself," was his loplv
to tlio question, "Why did you shav'o
Ilo now looks llko "Bishop" Oberly.
Genornl Ilovuy, Govornor-ulec of In
diana, was at thu Ciipltnl to-day.
A How nil tlio Aivmifi.
A big, lntiidftomc mulatto miuinu and n
smaller and less huudsoino brown one, wcro
talking to a man on the Avenue,
near blxth street, about 'iMO
this afteiuoou unit a tall mulatto
accosted the thltd mid struck tho biggest )U
low woiiun. It iviis Jim Clink who Is em
ployed nt tho Daltlinoro & l'otoni.ic depot nod
the big jellow woman was his wlfo. Hu
didn't fancy her conduct ulth ether men,
tluriforo the conjugal rubiiko.
Jim was taken to the statlou-hoiiso by Po
liceman Costello and churned by his wife,
.MairKlu, with having mud tin cuts of personal
oleuce to her.
THU (J0MI.M1 IU'EIi.
Scnntnr Itlhultliiiru Muki-K Another $tnt
inunt in I toward to It.
Lust night's reports from tho Stato of
bloody duels, tlno hoises and handsome
women indicated that a hostllo meeting
between Senator Blackburn and Judge
Rttckur was Imminent. It was said that
Henalof Blackburn went to Lexington
yesterday with a couplo of friends to ar
i lingo with J. CI, Mooiu, Rttckcr's second,
for the coming duel. A dispatch fiom
I.exlngton sent Inst nlclit says:
I.i:mgton, Nov. '20. 1 his place has been
till loin up this afternoon owing to tho pros
eiiioot Senator .loe O. S. Blackburn In tho
city and the rumored prcseitro ot .Judge,
llttckcr's second, Colonel ,1. V. .Mooro. Sena
tor lllnikbtira iirtlvcd at 11:3U this morning Iu
comiuiiy with Colonel J. Stoddard Johnston
nnd .1. lJcsha I'lekett. Ho win met nt tho
depot by General U, W. lluko of houlsvlllo
nnd Oem.rul Jiicim 1". Uonlnson of this city,
who cicortcd lllutklmru and Johnston to a
room In the I'liouW Hotel, whero ho remained
closeted with his friends. Ilo bus positively
r i. fused to too ncHtpaocrmen, but It 1 learned
through n friend that ho prepared and sent a
letter to tho Louisville Count r-Journal, giving
nil facts ha wlshct ptitillshid on tho subject,
'litis letter was sent by General Duke, who
left on tho Chcr.ipeiiko aud Ohio cxptcss Into
this afternoon for I.otilslllc. What It con
tains uoonu hero knows.
Thu following dispatcli from Loxmg
tou to-dity shows that no consultation
over tlio duel was held:
Luximiio.n, Ky., Nov. !i7. Senator llhck
bum but night unit ncaid to tho I.oulslllu
Coiirfri-.nimiui In which, nttcr revlowlug tho
wholo controversy with Judiro Ilticker, sajs:
"I havo heard nothing directly, except Iu
tlio muniicr ttisl related, through tho press,
from eltlier Judge lluckcr or General Mooro.
I shull tlicreforo glvo no attcullou to theso
publications further than this brief mention of
thetn. 1 feel, however, that It is duo to tho
public aud mjself to make thu following state
ment: "I shall always Insist that .Itnlco ltttcker'a
conduct In lnakliw public n conversation had
with tho I'rcslUinl in nu littetvlow procured (or
htm by mo was wholly Inexcusable. Illiiepott
of that conversation wan entirely Inaccurate.
I rciriet, liowmcr, that the InuwiiiKO I used 111
churactt-rlKlng Iih oonduct was to xtronc ami
otnphitto, nnd will say, upon lcflcctlon, that I
should 1ih) simply contradicted Htiitcnienti 1
know to be Incorrect nnd unjust to .Mr. 'Jleo
land nnd m?soir, As for mvsolf, tills matter Is
ended, unit I liniono doubt the publlo will bo
Clod to know It."
A SCENT. IX COURT.
A Tonne Woman who Tpstlftod With
out 111 null tu Iter Slmini'.
A young woman, perhaps twenty-four
or flvo years old, whoso face retained
ovidonces of former nttracttvencss in
spite of tbo ravages of dissipation and
disease, wns placed on tho stand in the
Criminal Court to-day to testify to her
own shamo. Tho caso was ono of thoso
to which society shuts its eyes, cherish
ing a comfortable belief that such de
graded miseiy has no existenco except
in tho Imagination of somo purvoyor of
Tho defendant on trial wns a nogrcss
charged with keeping a houso of tho
lowest character. Even in her low con
dition thero wns n contrast between this
girl and her associates that gavo her
an nlr of semi-refinement.
Her lausuago was good Knclish, tainted
only iu accent nnd Intonation with tho
patois of thp slums. Shu looked straight
before her nnd told, without a blush or
ticinor, thcropulslvo routine of her dally
Sbo had appeared in tho Volico Court
nnd wu's 'attended thoioby a young col
ored inan,(who was rndiantinloud cloth
ing and jewohryi' 'Her only ambition at
that time seemed to bo to protect this
man, who was shown to bo her para
niour, fiom any danger fioni tho law.
Shu Is well along In the see-saw Jour
ney upon which almost all of lior class
embark, sooner or later fiom squalid
shame to thoivoikliouso and back again,
until n.ptupcr's gravo provides security
THE BLOCKADE OI'l'OSED.
Now York -Merchant Want tlm Govern
ment tn Stop Iluytlou Pritctleot,
The merchants and shippers in Now
Yorkwlio havo been trading betweon
tills and Haytien ports nro a very nngry
lot of men.
' Tho blockade existing In nil Haytlon
ports for somo tlmo has been n groat
dctilmont to their business, mid ship
loads of perlshablo goods havo beon de
layed. Thoy do not havo much sym
pathy for tho Government nt Hnvti un
der General Legitime, and yesterdny tho
following protest was drawn up against
thu blockade nnd sent on to Washington:
"My tills picscnt, wo, tho undersigned
moichnnts mid shippois of tho city of
New Yoik, beg to protest against what
wo think an unjustified and arbitrary dis
turbance of our business with tho north
orn untl northwestern pnrt of Hayti, by
the hiudinnce of ncccss to thetn on tlio
part of tho forces of Genet ul Legitime
"These unlawful obstructions will bo
thu cause ot heavy los-es and stagnation
of our regular tiado witli Hayti. Wo
theroforo most tuspectfully request tho
Government of tho United States of
Amotlca to tako tlio neeessaiy steps to
protect our intctestsjtnd our vessels by
inotcctlng our trade with nil ports of
Hayti, unless tho intercourse bofoibid
den and lawfully stopped by a regular
and recognized Government of Hayti."
Tlio petition wns signed by William P.
Clydo it Co., L. Kchlcmm, T O. Elliott.
Lord A. Austin, Jlmmunes As Haustedt
and a number of others.
PELL IX A SEWKII-THAP.
Tlio .Sinuiilar Accident Tluit HcToU u
A singular accident occulted about
7:110 o'clock this morning in an nlloy
just oil of Columbia sttect, betweou O
and P streets northwest, which might
havo tormlnated seilously, but fortu
natcly thcro was but littlu dninngo dono.
A sowor-tran is located In tlio center of
this alloy and tho grating of this trap
had olthur slipped from Its position or
luid been lifted oil altogether. A horno
belonging to John S. Thompson, n milk
dunlor at 511 J'oiir-aiid-it-half street
Houtwest, fell in tho hole ami it lequiunl
tlueo mon, eonsldcmblo timber, and
block and tneklu to lemovo it from its
unpleasant ami duugi'ious position. As
far as could boloutiK'd tho homo was not
lnjuicd to any gie.it extent.
AnoHtcil on sulclnn,
A well-dressed middle-aged imu was In tho
city yesterday tiylng to dlsposo of n horso
untl wagon, As ho was offering the ontllt for
about n quarter of its value, the suspicions. oft
l'olleo Sitraoant llrosu m wero ainitseil und ho
seiiliillltcr Itattlcr to ariot tho man. Ilo
was found In amdoonut lib Slarjland avo
nuoatid was taken, together with tho horso
and W'tiiioii, to tlio New Jcisuj aveiiuu station.
Ilo claimed Hint lm ln.l been a liook-.iL'ont.
j but that for emtio tlmo had U-eii out of w oik:
i lll.it Hatunhiv ho lentils family In ai'ioniliii
court In Unst llullluioii,, wlieto they weiu suf
fering from hunger, and stnitud out to llnd
aottielhliig to eat. llowa iiusueccsstiil, and
wusiIiInoii by desperation to tuuku way with
the homo and Wuon, which ho drove to this
cl'y. arrMng about noon Stiiidiy,
1 liu niiltliiiMf., i.iit..il,lAu Imvi, linen lirtttltnil
i-t hlsnrrostby tcligiaiih
TUESDAY EVENING, !N"OVEaMBEIt 127, 1SSS.
t places in the line,
Applications for Positions in the In
augural Day Parade
CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED TO-DAY.
llio Secretary or the Civic OrcmiltHtlona
Chairman Parker of "civic organiza
tions" has received a lotter front Captain
S. II. Merrill, Into Superintendent of tho
Money-Order Division, City PoMofllce,
thnt he will accept tho secretaryship of
his committee. Hereafter Captnln Mer
1 1 11 will bo found at the Inaugural rooms.
All civic associations nro urgently re
quested to report to committee, obtnin
quarters through it, that a comploto ros
ter may bo kept showing tho history,
strength and location of each organiza
tion. Arrt.tcATioNs rocnixo is.
Applications from dllTcicut Organiza
tions throughout tho countiy which nro
desirous of participating in tlio pnindo
nro constantly pouring In on the Inaugu
ral Committee. To-day's mail included
communications from Kansas, Missouri
From present Indications it would ap
pear that nearly tho entlro population of
Pennsylvania proposo to bo hero on tho
lib of next JIaicb.
II. H. Mayloy, president of tho Atchi
son Flambeau Club, writes for a poslliuu
in the line for his organization. Thcie
will be 100 well-uniformed, well-dtllicd
men, each man fully equipped with fire
works. Tho Sednlin, Mo., Kepublicail Flam
beau Club nlso desire a place in tlio pro
cession aud hnvo wtlttcn to that effect.
W. W. Chow of Philadelphia, com
mantling the "State Invlncibles" of that
city, states thnt his command, numbering
200 men, Including band, will bo in
Washington on Mnrch !', and A.
Tho West Philadelphia Republican
Club, 100 strong, expect to appenr uni
formed aud havo; requested a place in
Tho Cameron Club of Philadelphia,
tho oldest continuous political organiza
tion in that city, has secured quarters for
inauguration time, but thev wish a good
position in the parade Thcro will bo
100 men nnd tho club will be accom
panied hi- a baud of twenty-two piiccs.
Colonel Thomas AV.Lloyd of Williams
port, Pa., is in tho city looking after ac
commodations for his regiment which
will tako part in tho parado.
MEiniNO ok 'niuninAT.
Tho Commlttco on Fireworks and
Street Humiliation will hold a nicotine;
in Hoom 33, Atlantic Mullding, on Thurs
day at noon.
Because of tho inclement weather
Captain Lemon's commlttco has dono
nothing toward soliciting subscriptions
during tbo past two days. Tlio following
genuemen suuscnuetl to-ua
$11); F. A. Uardner, M. D., $25; ;0. W.
iiioss, ciuur i, n. jioou, ju. ., ;o:v. .
Uoplson, $23; J. JH Tonor, AI. 17, $23:
.I.,h .1. Knnniiti 410- VrKvnr.l fM.iL- TC
Win. Ladd, Jr., $50; Julius LnusburEU, $100;
M. 1). Clark & Co., $25; Harrison Crook, .M.
Tho total subscriptions received up to il
o'clock this afternoon amounted to $33,103.
SIJIXIJ FlIK $!)0,000 UAMAOES.
The Suit!) aro for Sliuirtor nml Allctintlne
Ills Wife's AlVectloiiB.
Mrynnt & Mryunt, attorneys for Emory
R. Murnito of Philadelphia yesterday in
Maltlmoio docketed three suits in tho
United States Circuit Couit to recover
J.00,000 daihnges. Tho first suit is against
James II. Holmes, the plaintiff's father-in-law,
for $40,000; the second is against
James II. Holmes and wlfo for $ 10,000,
and tho other against Samuel Sbttnahan
and his wife for $10,000, Mrs. Shanuhan
being thu sister of Mrs. James II. Holmes.
Thoro is no declaration (lied, but it is un
derstood that tho suit against Holmes in
dividually is for slander, and the other
two for alienating tho plaiutiff's wlfo.
Tho defendants nro ull well-to-do
Eastern Shore pooplo, tho Holmes family
residing in Caiotino county, nnd the
Shanahans in tho town of Easton. Mur
nito is a well-known Philadelphia law
yer. About tlio year 1801 he married Jliss
Holmes. Ilo then lived on tho Eastern
Shore for somo years. Ho Inst year took
n trip West, at tbo instigation, it Is al
leged, of tho clrl's parents. A bill for
divorce was filed alleging abandonment,
which Is still pending. Subsequently it
was leported aud published iu the news
papers that Huruilo hati hanged himself
ut Salt Lako City, which was fniio, and
Which Murnito claims was instigated by
thoso who desired to bring about tho
TUB WITHKRIIKE OASE.
Tlio Injured lliinliiiiiil To.itny Sues fur u
A petition for a ill vot co waa (lied to
day by AlficdS. Wlthorbco.with McbSis.
Eiiocli Tottcn mid William A. McK'enny
asvcounscl, asking that his union with
Maria A. Witheibco o dissolved by tho
Ho btatcs Hint ho lias bcon n logldcnt
of WnshliiL'tou for more than tyro yenrs
past, but that ho does not know wjicio
his wlfo Is living. Tlio last known jilnco
hcio sho resided Is Mlsinnrtik,' ).ik.
Thoy wcio mania! Fobruary SI, 1SS(I,
by tho Itov. William A. Leonard, rector
of St. John's Episcopal Church.
Hu says that for tho purpose of deceiv
ing him alio was married under (ho niuuo
ot Mario Antoinette Dunlon, whon In
fact her name was Sarah Lcona. Mc
Carthy. Thoy lived togethor for about
four months. Hu makes no hensatlonal
chnigos, but says simply that on August
17, 188(1, eho wilfully deserted him and
has not lived with him slitco
Tho arrival of Mis. AVlthorbeo with
Judgo T. .1 Muckey-was rcportwl by tho
Mls'unrck panois, and u dlvotco bill was
(Hod by Mrs. Mnckoy somo tlmo "ilncu.
Tliu Ward al.
It Is tienlcd positively tiiat President Day is
to hnvo any pecuniary interest In tho ush
IngtCu Huscball Club. Tho onj. tonaitlous
upon width tbo Ward deal depends are tho
slguaturo of Wind himself nnd President
Hewitt's Securing absolute contiol of tha
stock of tho club, both of which Mr. Ilenltt U
coulldeiit of obtaining.
"What was the ptunoso of (i,0 pmtWon In
tho Wind , deal reuiihiui; I'leildent lleitt to
ntipilia nil the stock In tho WtuhliiEton club!"
.Mr. Day waa asUed jettcrtlav hvn HWil ro
poiler. ' J
"It win tu prevent thoso tocltholders who
h.ivo ever j thing to gain aud nothing to loto
from aiiildlliis themselves on llqwltt. Hewitt
bouclit Ward on lit own responjiblllty, and,
ii.,!V.Bft!it?r1'lti "" bih Ion-, iiiouuy
'uTiti;o'iold0ivide!'''lu l,il T" ,f ll """ lH!
y: .. .
woou uroiners, ?ot); l r-'.;Alc.Mnbon, VSi',
Charles A. Kcksteln, $10; Uobcrt Unburn, ,M.
D.. S: JoseDh Oawlcr. f5: .1. D. Conucll.
tiik onwi joints.
Sins Wnli Charged Willi Vlolntlnc tlto
Ucproscntntivos of tlio opium jolntt
of this community wcio again In the
Cilminnl Cotut to-day, In tho caso of
Sing Wah, charged under tho Pharmacy
laws with soiling thugs without a license,
Tho caso was tried In tlio Police Court
nnd carried up, In ordonllint tho applica
bility of thu law to these cases might bo
definitely dcteimincd. A jury was im
panelled and sufficient testimony Intiu
dticcd to establish tho facts of tho case.
John Cady, a lobust-looklng man, ouo
of tho last mil sons wltu would bu sus
pected of thu opium habit, testified ns
before to having purchased opium fiom
Sing Wall. Ho said that his system re
quired it, nnd unless ho hnd it n feeling
of depression would cn6uc.
John Marr nnd John Young cavo sim
ilar testimony. Young is evidently a
decided suiTcicr from tho effects of
opium, and stated that ho needed It ns a
C. M Smith, who appears ns counsel
for Slug Wnli. then itigucd to tlio coutl
thnt there could bo no conviction. Tho
naked sale of tlio opium was not cov
ered by tbo Pharmocy law, nslt was not
sold for medicinal purposes ortis n medi
cine. Mr. Shllllugton nddrosbrd tho court for
tho Government, contending that tho de
fendant wns linbln tinder tho lnw.
Judgo Montgomery said that ho felt
stiio that the stiitulo did not cover tills
kind of a case, anddlicctcd that a ver
dict ot not guilty be tnkcti.
EXTENSION OF CONNECTICUT AVENUE.
A Ile.irlng llcforo tlio Ooininls'lnnorR
Tho Commissioners this nflcrnoon
gavo a hearing to thoso whoo property
win no anectcd by tlio proposed exten
sion of Connecticut avenue from Leroy
stieet to California nvcniio.
Hon. Loroy Tuttlc, jr., O. F. Picsbry,
Mr. Fiank Presbry, and A. II. AYorth
Ington, attorney filed written objec
tions b.iscd on legal grounds
and claimed damages for tho ground
taken, etc., if tlio legal objections to tho
extension should not be sustained.
Tho Commlsssouors hnvo refciicd tho
matter to tholr nttorncy for nu opinion ns
to tho legal points involved.
The KfTect of ft Telourupliln Krror.
Chicago, Nov. 27. -A telegraphic, enor in
reporting tho weekly "lslblo supply" of
whoat caused qulto a commotion an tho hoard
of Trtfdo. llio quantity "at Buffalo und on
tho canal," which was 50.000 bushels, was
Incorrectly reported as 57,000. This mado nu
apparent decrease from the previous week's
flcuru Instead of an lncrcaso ot 500,000 bushels
as was generally expected. Iho market ad
vanced rapidly ono cent por bushol. Tho
error was soon dotectcd, however, and prices
Immediately hroko 1? . per bushel many
brokers loosing qulto heavllv, tho decline
being 60 rapid that they wero unablo to sell alt
thoy had taken in when tho supposed decrease
in tlio "visible" was bulletined.
riurldn'n oniclul Vote.
Jacksonville, Fii., Kov. 27. A special to
tho Times-Union from Tallahassco 6aytu Tlio
ofllclal vofo of Florida Is us follows: Cleve
land, yj,Ml; Harrison, 20,037; lisle, 403;
Cleveland's majority over Harrison, 12.-904.
For Governor: Fk mliig, Dcra.. -10,255; Ship
man, Hep., 'JO, 183; FlenSnc's majority, i:i,770.
For Concrcssmau: Fitst , district Davidson,
Deui., W,ttJt lleultmln, top., 0,717; Davltl
tdn's majority, 10,107. Second district Bol
lock, Dem., 50,011!; Goodrich, Hep., 10,817;
llullock's majority. 8,isn, iTbo Democratic
Stuti, nflleorA mill KimrpniA flnnrt .Itiilm. n
elected by over 1:1,000 majority.
At Lust n I'ruo IVnintin,
SiN-FitiNOifcCo, Nov. 27. .Mrs. Clara Bello
DcDonald, who was charged with tho fotgery
of Central Pacific ltailroad bonds, w as released
ycslorday, tho prosecution declaring for "tit I
vato reasons" that they did not euro td press
tho case. Tlicso reasotif wcro ccplolucd to bo
Senator Stanford's dtsincl (nation to testlfv
ngalnst her, tho .McDonald's dislike for further
boandal und Clata Hello's evident Insanity.
Clara walked out of court a f t co woman f or
tho first tlmo lu clghtecu months.
A Detroit l'ollconuin Shot.
DjiruoiT, Micu., Nov. 27. Soon aftor 10
o'clock last evening Albert W. Thayer, a
patrolman on tlio Detroit polico force, was
shot and killed by persons unkuowti. II was
found dead ncross tho sldowalk of, West Fot
strcot, a much-frequented thorough fac, and
upon tho lawn ot a house near, nt hand was
discovered n satchel containing wearing ap
parel and a kit of burglars' tools.
Killed liyu Holler's i:ploslnn,
I'lTTsnuito, Nov. 27. A Commtrciul Gazelle
(Ccutervillo, l'u.) epednl says a boiler at Hal
ston's eaw-mlllS exploded vesterday, killing
Ocorgo Kelly, Jesso Hall and i.esllo Cross.
I.owls Kalstou was badly scalded; Joseph
Dlck60u was tossed Into tho woods, but es
caped uuhtirt. Tito men had gathered around
the furnace In the mill to warm themselves
aud awult tho rolling iu of bonio logs, whon
suddenly tho boiler let go.
A Terrible Nliontliifr Allrnj-.
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 27. A dispatch from
Fort Smith, Ark., says: Word has Just reached
hero of a terrible shooting affray at Man, In
dian Territory, which resulted iu tho Ueath of
four Cherokco Indians (Jeorgo Carr, Isaac
(lertlo, Jesso Landfiill und Hoot llonson.
The three last uamed wero drunk, antl Cnrr
was ono of a posso bent to nrrot them. Shoot
ing becauio general and 1M. Cnrr, brother of
Uoorgc, was shot through tha hand.
Annihilated by Nltru niycurlno.
l'lTTsni'ita, Nov. 27. "Dock" Haggcrty
was unloading gljcerluo nt I'lcasantvlllo
yesterday. Ho had 1,000 pounds of it lu a
wagon. It exploded, aud Haggcrty was
literally annihilated, l'arts of his two horses
wcro found lu mlgliboiliig tiees. A piece of
tho wngou was found half u mllo awny. .Mrs.
(1. Utschaw, Iu a house hi tho vicinity, was
seriously Injured bt tho sldo of It being
blown In. Iho explosion was beaut at Oil
City, twelvo miles distant.
The Weather .Mild In Dahiitn.
Oiumj Foiiks. Dak.. Nov. "7.ti, nti,
herolsrcnurknlilv mild and wnrm. Atuit
dozou cltlens appeared on tho slroots yctstor-
uuy witn straw tmu, nua linen clothes. Fur
coats aro nil dlscnrded. Work on tho new
hotel bus commenced ugaln with a rush, and
farmers aro plowing.
CuiiLTisMiMUii KhiuIuII Holler,
l'uiiamu.i'iiii. Nov. '!! f'n n,...
Hatidallis linnrotlue- randlli- nml i.u i.i.
cl.iu has L'lvcti htm ncrnilsslnn tn nti..,,.i n...
opcnlnjrpf Conlriess upon condition tluit ha
... "." v,v,us'"llu" "lul uoi speuu loo
much tlmo In closu commlttco rooms.
THE CUIJKT ItECHUI).
Court In nenentl Terin-Tlui I'hlnr iIiin
tire, Jmtkck Jhiuch und .llvrrlclt,
Walbrlbgo vs. Walbrldgo; bcariiig resinned.
Circuit Ciiiiit-Jtittlfu Cix
Stlnf-liilr a W-nlt t,i... ...... . ..
Ccuti.tl National Hank, jjainlshee; oiibiultted
to touit; Judgment of condemnation.
l.qillty Coiirt-diihtli'i) Cox,
Chanoloux vs. Shipley; Francis L. Shlploy
annoliitcd irtiuiilti,,, ml lit... t ,.. V
-i . - u .......v.... .uuuuiian t,
loitrlor; procoufesso a, defendant, Michael
W""M; "iku, iwriioy s. l'u titer; aa
(Jraotherys. (Iractber; pigment ot monuy to
mtislonerlo gut te.tlmoiij In PB ,rK ,
dered.to I.sun llafbaimlv., lArbauli; ref
eicme to iiudltur ordeieil. ' '
- jajtf lik-'iilfiiti 'toMiijiJBffl
DISASTERS OH IDE COAST,
A Philadelphia Steam Collier Sunk
with All on Board.
STEAMSHIPS OVERDUE AT NEW YORK.
Tlio Gtile ut Atliintln L'lty-Tlio Htutm OtT
CoitAxsirrr, JI.iss., Nov. 27. It Is re
ported that tho I'hllntlulphla ntcam
collier Allcnlown lias fountlcictl oft Ihli
point. Thcro seems to bo no doubt Unit
thu steamer win mink on soma of tho
ledges directly outbldo this port. About
2 p. m. Sunday a number of people at
tho village heard thu sound of tho
steamer's whistle, and last night an Im
mense miiou n t of ditftnood camo ushoro
ut iSundy Cove.
At Sandy Hcaoh tho murks upon
It Indicated roneuilvely that tho
wi coked vcisel must Imvu bcon tho
Allentown. Sever il 'Ifo preservers and
somo of tho otlt ! w rcrkngo was stamped
with her mime. Ilu: Allcnlown is uu
lion boat of l,2SJious burthen, built and
owned in Phii'itlolphhi.
Atlantic City, N. J., Nov. 27. A
number of pcoplo who wcro wtUchintr
tho devastating work of the son close to
.Tnclvson'B bath homes woio swept pft tho
board walk into tho mirf. Thoy woio alt
promptly rescued excopt a man nnmod
13. C. Manuel, un upholsterer hero, who
was carried fur out with n receding wave.
Ho ginsped u floating plnnk und was
violently dashed in witli tho noxt swell.
Ho was badly bruised nnd almost choked
with the sin f and sand.
Wit.Mi.vcioN, T)ci, No". 27. A
special Irom Lowes, IJel., reports flvo
vessels wrecked or beached. The Amer
ican bark Moro Castlo, from I'hiladcl
phla for San Francisco, with coal, r.n
aground and is a total Iom, together with
cargo. Tlio ciowworo s.tved.
The Norwegian bnrklliuinah, with tio
trolotun, from Philadelphia, for Lim
erick, is breaking up. Tlio crew wcio
rescued after being "seven hours jit tho
Tlio Kchooner "W. T. jrarvol, with coal
fiom Philadelphia for I'rovidonco, is
nbhore. Tho schooflor Ilolon, with coal,
Is ashore near tho lifo-snvlng station.
Thu Oerninn bark Uubn, with petroleum
for tho llnltic, is outside tho Breakwater
with two tugs assisting her. The Ameri
can bark Snrnh A. Stiiplcs,with petroleum
fiom Philadelphia for lioiicn, is iu tho
haibor with foremast gone. Tlio tides
aro high, nml theic is much dnmiiuu to
Ni:w YoitK, Xov. 27. Tho comniorco
of tills pott yestcrdnv was pretty much
limited to tho nrrivnl of flvo schooners
by way of tho Pound. High -wliids nnd
rain covered thu entire Atlantic coast
from Norfolk, Va., to Nova Scotia. On
the coast north of New York, tho wind
blow fifty to sixty miles an hour -and
lllock Island, which on Sunday roportcd
eighty miles an hour, yesterday reported
eighty-four. The principal incoming
steamships now. due- licio aro tho Qnllla.
r.dnm, Auchoila, Fianco, Ocean and
Polynesia. It is thought thnt suvoralof
theso uteamors nro keeping' off outslrio.
Nnw York, Nov. 27. Tho floatln
coal elevator at the foot of
Urunu street, in the hast I&vor,
was completely w recked by N tho
high wind at 4 o'clock this inornlug.
Tho elevator was owned by tho Grand
Stieet Coal Company and cstimnied nt
London-, Nov. 27. Tho British ship,
Thu Douglas, Captnln llctts, from Jlnrtlu
Island, Juno 22, for Hamburg, has foun
dered oil tho Island of Toxel in tho North
Sea. Two of tho ciew worn drowned.
Tho remainder havo nnived at Yar
mouth. AimeheH Cliurccil With Murder.
Tuuo.N,A. T Nov. 27. "Apacho Kid" and
three other Apaches, who were recently par
doned by the President and returned from
Alcaetross to Sun Carlos Indian Reservation,
wero brought horo lust night under arrest,
charged with tho mm dr ot Dichl and Mke
Oruco. Theso Apaches wcro tho military
scouts who mutinied, and, with a number of
other Apaches, bioko from tlio Reservation
in Juno, 1SS7, and murdered Dichl and Grace.
Iho scouts wero tried, convicted by Lulled
States court-martial, sentenced to imprison
ment, and wero ptrdoucd threo weeks ago by
the President. Tito proof against them for
murder is clear. 'I heir return to ArUoua
opened tha way to punish thera, as thoy
Oceiiit .Stotima1il9 Arrlind,
Nr.w Yoitic. Nov. 27. Arizona, from Liver
pool; Gallia, from I.lierpool; l'oljncsla, from
IlAMiiuitc, Nov. 27. (icllcit, from New
Ql'I'.unstown, Nov. 27. Ugypt, from Now
I'iamoutiIj Nov. 27.OII Iho I.lzardi 51o
ravla, from Now Vork forllainbntg.
Tho tilt Oil ' M'lillc.
Nlw Youk, Nov. 27 'J a. m. score Cart
wright, 103; Hcrtj, lt; Mooro, 1BC; I.lttlo
wood, 1W1; Day, ISO; ltowaith, 1511; fjoldon,
12 m. scoro: Mooro, lW); Cartn right 177;
Herty, 173; Da), 171, Little-wood,' 171:
Howartli, 107; Connor, 101; (Joldou, Kill;
Mason, 159; Hurt, l.Vs; Campatia, 1B1; Noro
mac, 14!1; r.hon, 110, Vint, 111.'; Smjllo, 120;
W. bmltli, 120; Ttnloi. 121; Dillon, 07; l'each
DC; C. Smith, 02; Bolfm.iu, ft',.
AVIiii Wait tlio Inforiimnt 7
London, Nov. 27. At tho hearing of tlio
l'arnell Commission to-day l'olleo Inspector
Davis testified regarding ullcgcil diico cries
about aii liiuir circle nf tho Irish National
Leagne controlled by Kenlans.
A demand was mado for tlio namo of liii
Inforin.uit, but utter a legal !(ptubbu tho
fmcttlou was dcfcired.
llcncli DrftmlH Ilmilmt A;nlu.
Stiinm, N. S. AV Nov. 'ir.--A i-aco took
pltieo to-day on tlio l'ar.iinattn lllicr, hotwiTii
William Ileaeli anil Kilnattl iltuilaii, Tho
ruco as won by lleach.
at Tin: nnTKhs.
W. J. Larkin of Chicago, W, W. J! tplev
and wife, city; Mrs. li T, IlojiMps of Haiti
inoic, Mrs. Joseph Jones and Mis. II, li. Hen
tiers of Philadelphia aro nt lite Arlington,
I'.wlng L. Miller of I'ltlladelphja, .1. M. Ath
eitou of LouUvlllo Ky andMrt.. 1, L. Ath
crton aro at W'clekcr's.
William it. Buckley of llaitfonljsut Cham-'
Klmcrl' llowoof llostou, Mr. antl Jlr. I),
D, Williamson and Miss lllltuuson of Non
Vork aro at otnile's
L, C. Jnliiisou and wlfo of llovoti, l'.t,, utid
Mr. aud Mu. W. l. Wotwood of Ncwntk,
N. J,, aro at thu Kings iloittc,
J. 0, 1'arkirof St. Louis, I,. C. Uuii'e of
Chicago and .M. 11, llatuU ot St. Louis uru at
Dr. (leorgo A. Qtilmby of Now Yoik is at
(Icuersl II I Abbott t S. . f.,i,,,Ai ir
V ("ItH'on. 1 , uud I'rofOMiu John Iti
" ueloi ufhvatuclsj aro at the Kbbitt.
iw, uonuor, IK; .Mason, 117; Hart, 1-KJ; C'am
pana. 111; Norentac, l.TU; IMsou, 13!); Vint,
12U; Smjllo, 118; Ilegrlmaii, 117; W. Smith,
US; Thilor, 111; Hoffman, 80; Dillon, 1)7;
I'l-ach, BS; Desmond, out; C. Smith. Ml.
J AX AI'DAHOi;! ALT.
j An Irl'li !treinlmrnr r.irllnmfiit Arrrsleit
In tlio f.oliliy of the Homo
LoKiiov. Nov. 27. tr. David Shortly,
ititimbcr for South Qnlway, a nationalist,
'topp"l thf ilnbnto hi tdo Houneof Com-'
mi'iM i ilht. iiupeallng to tho cttnir
ii nu . . ,iii'!tlun of prlvllcno. Hu
sinful that lu w.ih leaving the Houo
when uu attendant handed him what
appeared to bo nu ordinary vlsllor'n caid.
Upon going to tho lobby a constablo
front irelnnd served him with n mi nations
under tho coercion act. Ho moved lo re
port progress In order to give the Houso
nn opportunity to discuss this audacious
brcacii of privilege.
.Mr. Balfour deplored the incident and
did not know iintlei whnt nuthorlty it
had happened. Ho entirely disapproved
of such measures occurring within tho
precincts of thu House.
Sir William Ilnrcoutt hold tho Gov
ernment rosponstblo for tho Instructions
which had been glvon tho constable serv
ing tho summons. Tho dignity of tho
Houso wns uflronted by It and an lutmlry
was tlicreforo nocossury.
Mr. Balfour disclaimed responsibility
for tbo act. nnd Btatcd that ho would
givt) an emphatic pledge that so far ns tbo
Irish ctecutlvo was concerned tho Inci
dent would not occur again.
Mr. John Jlorlry proposed thnt a com
tnlttce bo appointed to Inquire; into tho
circumstances of thu Incident.
Air. Smith consented, nnd a committee
was appointed, Including Sir William
llnrcourt, Mr. Morluy, Sir Charles Bus
sell, Mr. Pnrnell, Mr Timothy Hcaly,
Homo Sucrctay Matthews, Mr. Uoscben,
Mr. Madden. Sir Edward Clnrka aud
Sir Matthew It Id ley.
Tho commltteo elected Homo Secretary .
Matthews chairman. Thoy examined
Mr. Slicohy und Constable Sulllvau uud ,
then adjourned until Thursday , ,
A Ilrllllnnt IVocIUIiijj- In Now York City at
Nnnti 'lu-dtiy ,
New Youk, Nov. 27. Miss Bullo Wll- j
son, tho daughter of Mr. Kicluird Wil- '.
son of No. 311 Fifth Avenue, wns I
married fchoitly after noon to-day in
St. Bartholomew's Church to Mr. t
Michael Henry Herbert, who Is nt- J
prcsout Lord backvillo's temporary smv
ccssor lu chnrgo of tho British Legation
After tlio wedding ceremony tho '
happv couple wore driven to the homo of t
tlio bride's parents, where a wedding
breakfast was served. ,
How tlm Tin I li AVhh SaxrA, ,
DAvr.vrottT, Iowa, Nov. 27. A collision
that will cost tho Chicago, llock Island A. Tn- i
clllc lUllroatl Company from 0,000 to ilOO,- ?
000 occurred Sunday night, thhty miles east ,
of this city. 'Ihc Denver vcsttbulcd express j
coming West and a freight train camo to- ,
gcthur. 'llio cnclnccrsof tho two locomotivui '
saw each other's litadllght lu time to Jump
and savo themselves, alter reducing speed. ,,
Tho locomotive. wcro demolished. A tramp,
who was stealing a rldo on tlio front end of an "
express car, was killed. Several pjsseugcta
we to badly shaken, but not scrlouslv injured.
Two cars of llio fi eight train, loaded with
hogs, wero wrecked aud somo sixty ot tho
animals killed. Tho conductor says tho ves-
tlbulo system saed tho pusscngcr train from ,
wrcckugo and tho passengers from injury.
Thn AlniH of the l'opo.
London-, Nov. 27. Tho Daily AVicj says It
learns fiom ofllclal sources that in tho recent
Inter low between tho 1'ore nnd Count Her-'
bcrt lllsmarck tho former remarked: "If tho
ovetits of lb0 had depended upon me,
oVcrythlng would havo boon speedily ar-'
ranged. Now, after tho lapse ot, so much
time, It Is moro dIOlcult, but I shttll regain tlm ,
,Couut Herbert replied: "Rod has not made
t possible tor a mutt to recall a tluglo moment,
ot Ids oxWtence, aud Your Holiness wishes to
recall y'ghtcon j ears." i
'ImartfKtliijr Koim from Alirnnil.
Tho London Telegt aph says that Sir CUarlen ,
Wanenwlll bo succeeded an Chief of tho
Metropolitan l'olleo by Mr. James Monro,
now Assistant Commissioner.
A rcballot Is necessary In tho Department ot
Var, ti question having nrlscn whether Glueo
lct, who Is au American, Is cllglblo to sit lutlio
Tho A'orfft Ccniian Gazelle nnd almost nil '
tho other prominent Geimati papers concur iu
tho opinion that tho affairs of Franco are ,
drlftliic toward a crisis of which tbo to-
ipionccs ato Incalculable.
Mmo. l'attl has accepted low terms for her1.
opciutlcscusou iu l'arts. fclie says that she
only wishes to covor oxponses, aud that her
object Is to do homago to Gounod.
It Is feared tltat nluo llshcrmcn have starved
to death at ilomiuish, Irilattd, off tho Donegal
coast, tho recent heavy weathor having pro- I
Vented their return to tho mainland. ,
I'rinco Ferdinand has given 2,000,000 francs
toward an ofllclal scliemo for a national Bul
garian uulvcrult; lu bona.
A Dublin dispatch sajs that a news associ
ation has been reliably Informed that tho l'opo
will luslst upon promulgating a second re
script on the Irish question. Tho Irish Bishops
will shortly bo summoned to Koine.
Ihe Jfontriwicmarks that the 1'opo's de
parture is tlio probable solution of tho Itbmau
question. It la certain that sovcral uutlons
would contend for tho honor of receiving him.
Tho Oiscnalorc, Koniauo, denies that the
l'opo Is relying ou tlio outbreak of war to gain
Mr. John Bright passed a moro confortablo
night, and Is somewhat better this morning.
llortcustelu, Vice-President of Switzerland,
FINANCIAL AND COMMKKCIAf..
Thn Slock und ."llnney Murket.
New Youk, Nov. 27. Money U per
cent. Exchange, stead); posted rates,
18oiIS'J; actual rates, 485 1851 for sixty
days and I3'J1IS'JJ for demand. Govern
ments Una; curreucy lid, 121 bid; ii, coupou, y
1231 bid; Us, do., 100 bid.
Tbo stock market opened at last night's
llgurcs, but during tho first hour thcro was
some selling of tho leadlug stocks, under
which prices declined fractionally.
After tho first Hour a buying movement
Now Lnglaud caused prices to tako an tr. '
ward turn. At noon values were up 1 to lj
per cent frstn the lowest llgures and fraction
ally higher than tlio closlug of j cstcrday. 'lb.
market has sinco been dull.
Tho Clilciico Miirhct.
Chicago, Nov. 27. 0.80 a. m Wheat
Dec, 10'JJj Jan., 10JJ; -May, 10SJ. Com
Nov., 375; Dec, 303; Jan,, b01; May, 3$i.
Oats-Dee., 20; Jan., 20J; May, 30. I'ork
Jan., 4-11.10; Jlay. $11 OS. Lard-Dec.,
SS.R2J; Jan., $S.20; .May, fb.35. Short ribs .
Jan., 7.!Jo; -May, $7,&'Ji.
Tho WushliiRtnn Stuckf.
Miscellaneous Bonds W. & G, It. I!.. 11 U;
Musonlc Hall Ass'n. 103 j Wash. Market Co.,
IIH; Wash. Light Infantry, 1st, 04; Wash.
Light Infautiv. 2d. ; Wash. Gas Light
Co.. 121; Wash. GasKlnuts. tJ. '
National liank Stocks Bauk ot Washing
ton, .100; Hank of lteptibllc, 170; Metropolitan,
200; Ceiitul. 200; Second, VJ2; Formers' and
Mitbtmtci', 10J; Citizens', 125; Columbia.
Italhoid Stocks Washington and Georse
town, 20 Metiopolltau, 1081; Columbia, !10;
Cup. A. North O t., ai; Auacostlu, 10.
(ins and r.loolrlo I.lislit Stocks WttshliiL'tnn
lias, 10, Georgetown Cltw, 11; L. S. r.lcctrlc
Tuleplionu Stock Chesapeake A, I'otomac,
Miscellaneous Slocks Washington M.uket
Co.. 151; Wuslilustoit Brick Machlno CO., 1110,
Njtionul rmss Brick Co,,; Great Falls Ico
to , 1 10; Hull I tun Panorama Co, 10: Ileal
IMtite Title lusuiuuco Co., 1171; Columbia
Tltlo lumrauce Co., S3; National Sato De
posit, Co.,; American Grapuoplione Co , HH
l.oi.itl IVnither lillcntlnn
ylearhijj, sH.-htly colJei, tiuitl.weitu
insurance uiocks I'iremen's. as; I'mnklln,
S0J; .Mottopolitau, 7L', Nntloual Union, Itlj;
Ailluglou, 15U; Corcoran, 01; Columbia, lUij
German American, 153; I'otomac, 0.1; itlggs,