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17TH YBAE-NO 5,074.
WASHINGTON, D. O., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1884.
i (a 1
933 Pennsylvania Ave.
COTTON nOSC, l'laln and Dorby nibbed, la
rnncy and l'laln Colors.
WOOL HOBi:, nam and Derby Ribbed, In riatti
LISLE THREAD 1I03C, rial a and Rlbbod, In
BILE IIOSE In all tbo now shados.
DLACK SPUN-SILK noSE, from $1.25 to $2 23;
best valuo In spun-silk ovor offorod.
BOYS' nCAVV RIBBED COTTON IIOSE, In all
colors and sizes, at vory low prleos.
MPS HALE HOSE.
COTTON HALr IIOSE, rialn and Derby nib
bed, In I'ancy and l'laln Colors.
WOOL HALr HOSE, riatn and Dorby nibbod,
in I'ancy and l'laln Colors.
JIEniNO HALr HOSE, Plain and Dorby nib
bed, In I'ancy and l'laln Colors.
BILK UALI HOSE, In Spun and l'uro BUI:, In
all tbo now ebados.
BIOYOLB IIOSE Ton MEN AND HOYS, In
Wool and Cotton, rlaln and Dorby Rlbbod.
SPECIAL BARGAIN In a nibbed Blcyclo
Hose, Black, Blue and Brown, at
$1.50 per pair, formerly sold for $2
With a Superior and Attractive Line of
Entirely lew Garments
For Men, Boys and Children.
f wo aro now Fully under war Drop lii.
Geo. F. Tills & Co.,
400-N. W. Cor. 7th anJDSts.
ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
' A Clothes Yote!
The Misfit Store Victorious !
THE C0BNER OF I0TH AND F STS.
Is crowded dally with leased purchasers of
FINE OVERCOATS AND SUITS
Tor Mon-and Boys for loss money than over
A tow moro Frlnco Albert Suits loft at $20;
A splondld lino of Ovorcoats, In Sack, Now
market or Burtout stylo, from $5.25 tor a
good, substantial Btorm-Dofyor to a lino
nlllr.rni-nrl lCftl-flftV fnr &OH.
Our $12 -1-buttonOutawny Suits, In black and
colored corksernw, beats any suit sold olse-
wboro for $20.
Uuelncss Butts from $5.75 to $15; best valuo
for tho money In tbo District.
Immenso lototodd rants nt$1.23andupward.
Largo stock of lion's and Doys' aossamer coats
regardless of cost, to closo out.
TEE IISHT STORE
Oor. 10th and F Bts.
WILL NOT BUY A MAN'S TINE
DDT IT WILL BUY A GOOD ONE.
ril'TEEN DOLLAHS will buy a BLUEBEA
VEli, warranted not to rado.
EianTEEN to TWENTY-TWO DOLLARS Will
buy ft beautiful WHITNEY BEAVER OVElt.
COAT, la Blue, Brown, Brown Mtxod or ox
ford. TWENTY-TWO DOLLAKS AND A-IIALr will
buy beautiful hoavy OVERCOATS, satln-llnod,
in Eskimo, Elyelan and Tur Boavora wo
show lino lines.
In Burtouts and Nowmarkots our prleos
tango from $20 to $50.
E. B, BAMUI & 00,,
931 Penn. Avenue.
GaB Cooking Stoves,
For Bala at tho Gaslight Offlao
BOSTON DRY GOODS DOUSE,
250 dozen 4-8 All-Linen Doyllos,
Plain and riald Centres, with Taney Bordor?,
50c per dozen.
200 doz.5-8 Whlto Linon Napkins,
81 per dozen; worth $1.25 per doz.
150 dozen 5-8 Gorman Linon Nap
kins, Extra rino Quality,
$11. SB per doz.; worth $1.50 per doz.
70-inch Croam Damask,
rite, Cliolco rnttornp, oxtra flao qunllt well
worth $1 poryard,
10O 7.1 Whlto Damask Totc-s-Tote Cloths,
CO 8-1 Whlto Damask Tablo Clothe, ano qual
70 10-1 Whlto Damask Tablo Cloths, One qual
CO 12-1 Whlto Damask Tablo Cloths, tlno qual
Cream Damask Tablo Cloths,
Extra lino, heavy quality, with cholcorod bor
ders, 8-1 $3
12 1 $3
5010 1 WhltoDamnskTrlngod Tablo Cloths,
fancy borders, Doyllos to match, boautllul
patterns, extra Una quality,
91.50 per Set.
Special in Towels !
ICO Dozen All-Linen Iluck Towols, slzo 20 by
40, splendid quality, well worth 20o. apleco,
do Inch Crown Tablo Flannel, 2ft cents.
25 dozen Stampod Linen Splashors,
30 by 20 Inches, beautiful designs for om-
Woodward k Lothrap Boston Dry Goods House
03STB 0P3RICB OirSTITSS-.
921 Pennsylvania Avenue. 912 D Street.
OF OUR SPECIAL, GRAND
emnant and BargirrOpeningsJ
Monday, November 17, l884,and',continuing tho balanco or tho Weok.
No doubt wo havo tho gops, Wo havo tho
Inform ovorycustomor oxojrOy what thoy aro buying. Wo put prleos way down below tho fig
ures for tho samo qualltsT Tho proofs aro plain that wo avo doing tho very best It Is posslblo
to do. Ono grand feaurto of our Buccoss Is that wo havo mado It a ruloti offer each vrook a
lino of NOVELTIES UOucht especially for that offorlng, giving us a chanco to turn our monoy
and avoid accumulation of old stock, Fleaso
TheJest list Prepared by Us This Season,
3 cojtu ot Cholco Stylo Prints, 0 1 by 0 1, standard clotb, 5 conts.
(!P0 yards of aenulno Manchester Cretonnes, short longths, 10 conts.
Liaborato Lambrequins, patterns, actual price, 25 conts,
15(10 yards ot Black and colored Crapo Cloth, slnglowldth, short lengths, 11 conts.
BOO yards of ALL-WOOL Double-Width Oasnmore, short lengths, splondld Shades, 25 cents.
Kr"l'Ioaso romembor that wo glvo you a posltlvo guarautoo that thoy aro puro wool, anl
nothing llko It has over boon offered In this city.
25 pieces ot Now Dross l'lalds, a splendid substltuto for all-wool goods, 0 conts,
a dozen Black Braldod Jorsoyo, all slzos, all wo possibly could get, 1)3 cents.
ICO Brussels Huge, now designs, CD conts.
EIVE SPECIALTIES IB" OTDERWEAR,
1 lot of Mon's Tull rinlsh U. Bhlrts, .33 cents.
1 lot ot rcgular-mado cuff and shouldor U. Shirts, .17 conts.
1 lot ot Ladlos' l'ull I'lnlth Whlto Vosts, 37 cents.
1 lot ot Ladlos l'lno scarlet. Bilk irmtsli Vosts, purely raodlait id, 00:.
1 lot ot Ohlldron's l'ul 1 rinlsh Scarlot Vests, 73 cont i,
l'or any slzo.
Wo havo not advertised our Wraps to any extent, as tho weather bas boon vory warm, but
as thoro has beon a cold wavo prodlctos wo havo concludod to mako a start and offer abJttt
500 Coats, Dolmans, Nowmarkots, Circulars and Jackets at a Slaughtor.
All our carmonts aro marked In plain llguros, but a doductlon ot 20 per cent, tor tils weok
will bring them down below cost. Also, romombor wo aro tho only house la East Washington
that you can get a tull lino to select from,
Bed Wraps! Bed Wraps!
bales of Bed Comforts, full slzo, no cents.
2 balesof Bod Comforts, full size, with border, 70 coins,
2 bales ot Bod Comfort), full Btzc. whlto tilling, 81) conts.
3 balesof Bed Oonitoru, full slzo, a Job, white Ulllog, 03 cont'.
And about ten bales ot better goods which space will not permit us to mention.
1 caeo of Orny, Lonu, Bluglo Blankets, 10 cauts.
1 caso ot Whlto Double Ulankots, 85 conts.
1 caso of Whlto Ellorton Blankets, $1.2 1.
20 pairs ot 12-1 Lamb a Wool Blanket, $5.55.
Very handsome and otcollout quality
A, K-AUWM ANTS
East Washington Combination Store,
1241 ELEVENTH STREET SOUTHEAST
)-NEW SOUVENIRS FOR NEXT WEEK.
Boston Dry Goods House.
CO dozen Whnlebono Corsets, eldo stools, Uoa
top, cmbroldorod bust,
CO dozen "Our Own" Coutllto Dorset, war
ranted whalobono, sldo staols, taco top, por
ted shape, In Drab and white,
do dozon rino Oorman Woven Uorsot", war
ranted whalebone. Bldo stools, ocallopod
odgo, In lone acd short longthi, woarlng
Two Specials in Brown Canton
25 ploccs Heavy llrown Canton 1'lanuol, close,
arm twill, lino nap, good quality,
Sc. per yard.
25 ploces Extra noavy Drown Canton riannol,
llrm, coarso twill, line, closo nap, extra gool
10c. per yard.
Black Silk Laces,
Black Spanish MatoIlas30 Lico, 0 laches wllo,
Black Spanish Matollasso Lico, -1 and 5 Inches
wldo, cbolco pattorns,
Black Eccurlal Lace, hoavy cliolco pattorns,
3 Inches wide,
Illack Escarlal Lace, heavy cholco pattorns,
lVj luchos wide,
'10 plecos ortontal Laco, closo patterns, 2V!i
lnchos wide, worth 22c, -;
10 ploccs Oriental Lace, cholco patterns, 3'i
Inches wide, worth 25;.,
Now Linon Torchon Lacos,
In 12-yard ploces, at 12tfc., 15c., 183., 20J.,
22c. and 25c. per ploco.
A Dress Goods.Bargain.
-12 Inch All-Wool Dlson cloth, In Drown and
Extra quality; worth G2q,
prices nndwa aro getting tho trade. Wo try to
tako special noto ot what wo otter bolow, as It 13
Anollier Assembly District
Might IrrrxiilnrltleH Ucporlcd-.V
1'cw Icl'retIio llnlloti Kooctcd
Colonel HHkn HnjH Tliut ilia Iin.
liotlnut DIsrlosnrcN Aro (o Come,
lllscIo-iiireN fo Conic.
Special Dispatch to Titr. Ercvisn Onnic,
Nl.w yomt, Nov. Il-12i30 p. m. Tho
Board ot County Oinvassnrs wcro promptly on
band at 10:30 this morning, nud toon gott
work. Most ot tho counsel wore prosent, but
up to tho prcsonttlmo notblns transplrod to
warrant tholr Intorferonco or questioning ot
any ot tho returns.
Mr. aeorgo BHis, ottho coumclot tho Re
publican Committor, wbou quostlonod by
your correspondent this morning ni to tho al
leged frauds and Irregularities ho oxpocted
to dlicovcrln tltu county, ttatod that up to (ho
present tlmo he must confess that hohadboon
unablo to discover any, but still expressod
hlmsolf as confldont ot bolng ablo to point out
oomo glaring Irregularities In somo ot tho
election districts ot this county beforo tho can
aos was complotod. "IIow about Quoens and
Kings Counttos; It was pretty strongly Inti
mated that tho commlttoo oxpectod to ttnoarlh
somo frauds In theso placos" Well,"
replied Mr. Bliss, ''Urst roports do
not always provo correct," anl
"much of the promised ovldonce ot Irregu
larities In these placos did not pan out. I do
lloc, however, It will bo dlfforont with this
county, and, as I ropeatodly asserted, I yet ex
pect to unearth somo Democratic crooked
ness." Thero is lltllo to bo Iearnod at tho hoai
quarters of either parties and tho rooms aro
almost deserted. M, r, Moom:.
DV HO MEANS HOPELESS.
A I.nrge CJuln Alrondy i'onuil III llio
New York C'nnvnss.
Hen. A. M, Clapp, chairman ot tho ltopublt
can nuance Commlttoo, rocelvol tho follow
ing dispatch from tho National Itepubllcan
Commlttco at 1 o'clock to-layi
"Wo aro by no means hopolotr. Wo havo
galnol 351 over Assoclatol Fross Uiuros Id
this city. Wo believe tho honest vot i of tun
Stato was given to Mr. Blalno. Will you assist
us In showing this?
"JosErit D. Weeki,
'Treasurer National Itepubllcan Commlttoo."
llio A'lutli Asscnililj- District ofXow
NEWYom:, Nov.ll. Asqmd of ovorforty
delluquontlu9p;ct:r3 clammorod for admit
tanco to tho room ot tho Aldormans commlt
too on contmed rtturns this morn'n;. Ming
ling .among them and sca'torol about
wcro a number ot central oClco dttectlves,
not tho tamo who wcro on yestorday, but a
now sot ot men. Otttcora In uniform wcro nu
merous, and kept tho crowd) ot spectators,
which wcro larger than any provlous day, in
Tbo reading of return from the Ninth As
sembly Dtstttct was begun by HapervUor
Klrltnt thn onanlnc. Tha dnv'a Beafclan nrn.
cocded smoothly, only n fow trilling errors or
omissions being discovered. When tho Tontu
Election District was reached tho first brush
of tho day took place, "ihoro had boon a slip
doposltoo In tbo electoral box with "drover
Olevcland written upon It and no namos of
electors, Tho result was that (Jrovor clove
Clovcland's namo was recorded on tho tabu
lator's sheets, and opposlto a crodlt ot "ono."
Tho dreary drono ot the canvass was not
broken until the Twentieth Election District
was reached. A regular itepubllcan olcctoral
ticket had been cast and on tho bottom wai
willten "Blnlno and Logon." After somj dis
cussion tho ticket was rocordod dcfoctlro.
Tho chair announced that on tho thirty-Urn
and last election district ot tho Ninth Asiom
bly District only tho poll clork's list was at
hand, and tbo cntlro district was consequently
rolcrred to tho uommlttco on Contested its
turns. Tho district was complotod at 12 03,
baMug consumed ono hour and Utty-t)ur
minutes in tbo canvass.
THE HATIOflAL COMMITTEE.
(jtcrclnry C'linudlor Olives Ui, Hut
In Cheered at Ilcndtiiirtrteri.
NEW Youk, Nov.ll. Thoro was but Uttlo
doing nt tho rooms ot tho Itepubllcan National
Commlttoo In tho Victoria Hotel yesterday.
Treasurer Wooks and Chairman Jones wero
clofotcd somo tlmo this morning, Mr. Wooks
said that tho National Commlttoo still adhores
to Its address ot Saturday night.
A short, foxy-faced little man, with n big
bead undor a black dorby hat, was bobhlng
up and down at tho l'ltth-avonuo Hotel. Every
now nnd then ho would'rush across tho halt
with Indescrlbablo swiftness toward somo
friend. Tho little man was William C. Chand
ler, Secretary ot tho Navy. To a number ot
Intlmato porsonal friends, ho said that ho
could seo no oarlhly roason why Mr. Cleveland
ehoula not bo inaugurated. Yestorday attor
neon tbo Secretary went around tosoo Chair
man Jones, lie was closeted with that gontle
man for over nn hour. When ho camo out ho
was as chipper and llvoly as ovor,
"According to tho Itepubllcau Ugutos," sail
he, "Cleveland has carried this State by
almost 1,000. Our only bono is tho ontclal
count. 1 shall not glvo it up until wo get tho
oniclal figures officially dcclarod."
THE HEW YORK PAPERS.
IMItiirlul Views IWprc.iseil Till
Nl-WYonK, Nov. 11, Tho Sim sayst 'Troo
Undo has gained In tills election, but It has
not gained a victory. Whoro tho wholo conclu
sion dopends upon a petty plurality ot 1,200
voter, acqulrod attor such n quoor and
phcnomonal conteot as wo have just gono
through, It cannot bo said that, olther eldo is
thn tic tor."
Tho Ttlbune saysi "In Now York 555,000
votes woro can for Oarlleld In 1830. This
yrar there woro about 658,000 votes for Mr.
Blalno. In Now Jersey tho voto for Mr. Blalno
Is L'.faOO moro than tho voto cast tor aarllold
in 1880, and a similar stato of affairs appears
In other Northern States. Too ltopubltean
party has gained moro votes than it has lost,
both by tbo transfer ot free-tradors to Clove
land aud by tho diversion to Ht. John. That
doesn't havo a moribund look,"
Tho j('Iim eayi "Sovoral Republican asso
clatlous In Brooklyn havo takon up the busi
ness ot expelling members known to havo
voted against tho Itepubllcan candidate This
brings up tho question as to tho future party
relations ot tbo Independent Republicans.
Tho lndopondonts wcto ablo to dotoat tno
party. It Is worth collecting whothor tno
patty shall regret their aid In recovering in
futuro contests what has now boon lost."
'llio Doirfcaysi "Wo feel confident that tho
Independents would not allow themselves to
bo paid off In offices. It would dostroy tho
noblo unselfishness of tholr action. It would
mnko noonlo susnect that they used ttmir
principles only as ft stepping etono to patron-'
Tho Jtrahl says i "Tno closenoss of tho voto
may remind too l'rosldont-olect that tho
peoplo nt largo still lack conlldonco lu tho old
leaders ottho Democratic party, and that ha
would bluudor should hoglvo himself ontlroly
or too freely into tholr bauds,"
CARPIHO CRITICISM HUSHED.
'I ho HploiHlId Fight Undo by tho
ltcpiilillcnu Unntl dntc,
New Yomt, Njv, 11, Tao Trli n saysi
"Wo discover horo anl thoco a disposition t
aecrumho lcspouslblllly ot Republican do-teat-It
deft at it le to Blaine's candidacy,
Woproposot nip that complaint lu tbo bud
by citing somo plain face. During tin thrco
years that followed tho donth ot President
Oarlleld tho Republican party throughout tho
North fell Into troublo and dlicouragomont.
Massachusetts, Connecticut, Nov York, Penn
sylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin,
konsaa, Colorado, Nevada, and California
woro all carrlod In 1882 or 18S3by tho Demo,
crats. Threc-tourlhs ct tbo states thatvotod
forflarilcld wero uudorDomocratla Oovornora
tbo day Mr. Ulalno was nomlnatod.
"Tho result speaks for ltei-lt. Under Mr.
Blaine's lead Ohio, Michigan, Wlsonstn, Kan
sas, Colorado, Novadn nnd California woro
gloriously canted, Not only wero tho popu
lar majorities law, but In noarly ovary caso
tbo electoral tlckot ran far ahead of tbo Btato
and local tickets. Tho Until decision Is still
pending In Now York, nnd hero ovory ono
knowo tho peculiar difficulties surrounding
Mr. Utalno'B canvass. And yet, with tho bolt
ot tho IndopendcntF, tbo defection ot tho Pro
hlbttlonlstr, tbo ambuscado ot tho ConMlng
Htalwarts and tho Intolerant romark ot Dr.
Ilurchard, tho voto la so closo that ton days
after election tbo oniclals aro still ngurtng to
seo whether Mr. Blalno has not as many votes
ns Governor Clovoland, who carried tho Btato
in 1882 by a majority of noarly 200,009.
"ltlght In this city, tho vorycontroot tho
Independent strougth, Mr. Blalno rocelvod a
voto eovoral thousand larger than was ovor
before glvon to nuy Itepubllcau. Wo clto
Ihcso facts only to wndlcato tho superb nud
unparalleled canvass mado by Mr. Blalno."
AT TUB ASYLUM.
Col. iturtiNlilo Tulirit to Nt. Iltln-
licth'N A. Slut Ion to ltolenvo n
Tbo following was recolvod tj-dny at tho
clerk's offico ottho Supremo Court otttila Dis
trict. Ooitiriiunt llotptlalfor M Intanti
W isiirxoTOX, Nov. 1 1, 189 1 .
I hnvo Ibis day admlttod Jamos o. 1'. Burn
sldo to tho hospital ontlio ordor ot tho Sec
retary ot tho Intoilor In conformity with Boo
tlon IS 31 of tho U. S. Itoviscd Statutes.
W. W. aouhi.N'a, SuporIntondont.
Kubseqiiontly Mr. Stono Abort, In thocrlmT
ual Court, moved that Mr. W. D. Baldwin, ono
ot Colonol llurnslde's sureties, bo rollovod
trom all liability, as tho principal was now In
trlct Attorney Worlhlnmon opposed any such
action being takon. Colonol Ilurnsldo had not
been delivered to tho Cnltod Statos: ho was
merely In an asylum for troatmont.
Judgo Wyllo thought tho motion promaturo.
Tbo defondant was undergoing medical treat
ment, and tho Coutt did not think that tho
bond should bo released, but If by any procoss
of law ho was takon from tho asylum and
nway from his bond tben thoy would bo re
leased from all responsibility,
Mr. Abort said that having hoard thn views
of tbo Court and without waiting for a doclsloti
ho would withdraw tbo motion, which ho was
permitted to do.
MRS. TAYLOE'S WILL.
llonntloiiH l'or Art unit Itollclou.
Tbo register to-day recolvod tho wlllot tho
lato I'hccbo Warren Tayloe, widow ot Benja
min OgloTayloo. Thotostatrlx boquoaths to
tbo trustees ot tho Corcoran Art Oallory
$10,000, to cnablo them to carry out her
wishes as to tho objects ot art and skill, and
tho other artlclos alroady given by her to ho a
lilting memorial ot her lato husband. Tho
cltts oro to bo kont sonarato from other col
lections and to bo kuown as '-Tho Oglo Taj loo
Tho $10,000 left by tho etster ot tho do
ceased, Mrs. Lydla Brooks, for tho purposo ot
Ohiletlan education, subject to tbo disposition
thereof by tho will ot tho testator,tho docoasod
directs bo given to tho Society for tbo Incroaso
ot tbo Protestant Episcopal Church tor tho
founding of two scholarships. Tho oxecutrlx
Is directed to dlstrlbuto tbo $35,ouu which tho
husband lelt to tho docoasod by codicil, U tho
children ot Estollo F. Perry as thoy become ot
ago, and John W. l'olno is named as tru9too
A Until clauto In tho will provldos that It any
porson to whom any ouato or lntorost Is
given by tbo will shall In any court ot law or
equity controvert tho samo or dlsputo tho
validity tboroof, thou tho lntorest In tho favor
of such person shall coaso.
JUST III TIME.
TIio l'nrclinso' Money or llio Hoi
mend Cemetery to Ho lined Tor Sew
Tho i.12,000 to bo paid tho District by Mr.
McLean, of tbo Cincinnati Knqulrer, which Is
to bo used t'r publlo srhool purposos, JCtst
supillesan Immcdlato want. It Is proposed
to erect two eight-room schoolhouses, ono lu
Georgetown, tor which a stto will havo to bo
purchased, nnd one on I streot, nonrHevonth
northeast, for which n slto has already boon
Tbo schools will cost about $21,000 oach,
which leaves $10,000 for tho purchase ot tho
other site. Tbo plans ot tho Qoorgotawn
school aro being proparod by District Archi
tect Brady, aud tho plans for tho othor build
ing aro already complotod, and work will soon
bo slatted on tbo buildings.
TOR DUSIHESS REASONS.
VlUy tho Iteiiubllcnn Hiiuner nt Wll
Inrtl'i Hotel hum IEiiiiIciI In.
Bald a Republican of this city to-day o a
CniTia rerortcrt "That Itepubllcan banuor
which was swinging across tho Avonuo trom
WUlard's Hotel was not takon down bccanso
ot any fear or any throat. It was lowered at
tho request ot Mr. Stoplos, who Is proprlotor
ot WUlard's. IIo told us that business was
business, and that ho was a business man. lie
had friends In both parties and did not wish
to allonato any ot them. Ho on thoso grounds
asked us to tako down tbo banner, and wo ac
qutctcod in bis roqucst."
Of llio Nnvo.1 llnrenu or Ordnnnco-A
Torpmlo Itaut Wanted.
Tbo annual report ot tho Naval D.treau ot
Orduanco has boon submitted to tho Secretary
ot tho Navy by Commodoro Montgomery SI
catd. Thoostlmates of appropriations for tho
next fiscal year lncludo $1,073,000 for tho
orduanco outfits of thn monitors and $2,031,
018 for tho armament ot tho crulsors.
Tho prcgresa ot work on typo guns Is de
scribed, and tho experiments provod ontlroly
satisfactory, as did thoso with gun-carrlagos.
Tho Improvomonts In small arms and projec
tiles nro fully described. Tho fatluro of Con
gress to mnko any appropriation for tho pur
poso lias rendored It imposslblo to havo tho
armament for tbo now cruisers roady ty tho
tlmo ot tholr completion and propor provision
for tho armament of proposed now vossols Is
Tho experimenting grounds at Annapolis
aro considered as dangerous and unsuitable,
and tbo purchaso ot anothor slto roconi
meudod. Irapottaut results bavo been attained from
tho experiments with high explosives.
Tho purchaso ot n snltt torpodo-boat la
urged. Tbo courso ot Instruction at tho naval
lOrpCUO BlallUU mu otuia.athVllljr i-utuvu
Minister Motton will sail for Europe on
Wednesday, Major Ilonsel, chairman ottho
Democrats Btato Central Committee, ot Penn
sylvania, is credltod with an ambition to bo
marshal ot tho District ot Columbia undor
Secretary ot Treasury undor Clovoland.
John A. Logan Jr., sou ot tho Vlco-rrosldontlal
candidate, has resigned bts fourth class ca
dotshlp Initio West Point Military Academy.
Clovoland, Congressman Wllklns, ot Ohio,
has arrived hero to remain for tho wlutor,
IIo has engaged quarters nt Wolckor'a for hint
ed! and family, whoro thoy will bo locatol
after Docombor 1,- -Congressman Oonvorso,
of Ohio, lett horo last night for New York.
West Virginia Democrats aro tatting ot push
ing ex-Senator U. o, Davis, ot that btats, for
Tho President bas nppolutod 1'rank II. Nye
from civil lite to 111 I n vacaucy In Uo Quarter
roottor'sDopaitmeut, mado vacant by tho re
tirement Captain ):. J. Stranir, and has np
poh ed Andrew it. Young to 1111 n vacaucy In
II nnimltenry Derailment caused by Cap
tut oillmau's promotion. SocrotaryOhaud-
lei iilo le uu nod to Washington.
N v film to He
A letter was written to counsel tor General
Bwalm to-day, Informing them ot tho Presi
dent's decision that ho has authority to order
a court-martial under tho circumstances ot
this case, and that tho Bwalm court was regu
larly and properly convonod, and will assem
blers ordorod, In this city to-morrow morn
ing, Sovoral mombors ot tho court aro on
duty In Washington, nnd others havo, or aro
about to artlvo. -ar
atoourown lmportatloi',ajtrnTeood as sold
oleowhera at in. (JunsTfcarl opora glasses
In 18 carat rolUMtoll mountings nt 7.5t,
samoas"spLVTsowho:o at $10, All optical
goods rvLrffnuccd rata), R, Harris & Oo,,
Hunger from Cholorn.
Tho secretary ot tho National Board ot
Hoallh has directed n circular to tho sovoral
Governors ot Mates nnd Territories, calling at
tention to tbo provaloncoor Asiatic cholorn In
Europe,tho Immlnont dangor this country Is In
trom Its eprcad, and asking that tho Legis
latures bo requested to make appropriations
to promote sanitary meajuroj ajalusttho dls
For tbo Industries of tho
MILLS SHUT DOWN.
IIiiNltif-m aion Apprehensive or i
Miiuicr-l'nutloii in Ui Inn Order
llio Itnalucis Outlook.
NEW Yonif, Nov. ll.-Tho Trliunt each
morning has a number of dispatchos from va
rious points ascribing dullness in trado and
manufactures to tho political situation. To
dsy It prints nn Intertlow with Edward Brock
way, a mlllownor of Ooboos, who says that any
mill In tbnt town can now bo had at 50 cents
on tho dollar. Several mills nro on roducol
time, n number ot others will shutdown in
December and tho great Harmony Mills nro
reported to bo doing very little. Wm. Mooro,
ot tho Granite Mills, Oohoos, pronounces tho
business outlook por on account ot Clove
s. II. Buesoy, stovo manufacturer of Troy,
says Ibcro Is uo prospect ot doing much until
It Is known how much tlnkorlng tho Democ
racy will glvo tho tariff.
0. W. Tllllnghnst, ot Troy, saya tho Iron
business Is already so doprossod that It will
not bear much further reduction. Uo thinks
tho Republican Bonato will provont any radi
cal chongo In tbo tariff.
Tbo proprietors ot tho Gilbert oar Shop, at
tho camo place, report trado dull nnd many
Thoownorottbo Roy Nut ractory, at l'ort
Schuyler, thinks tho election ot Clovoland will
provo a bad blow. Mr. Kelly, ot Kelly fc
Knowlson, iron works, saya tho business out
look la not flattering, as thero I no conlldonco
In tho men who aro seemingly going into nfllcs
nnd prosperity cannot Lbo oxpoctod with a
solid south ruling.
J. W. nines, ottho Diamond Mill, nt Wator
ford, who bad said ho lutendod to shut down
It Olovcland was olocted, says whero ho usod
to got sixty letters, bo now gets only six dally.
Ho says thero H a great lack ot confidence,
and ho will shut down and run only on orders,
Tho rrltunfi correspondent olds that inou
who-wlsh to glvo color pleasing to tho Democ
racy, attrlbuto tbo business depro3Blon to
natural causes, such as over-production.
Tho Trlliimt'i Philadelphia corrosponlont
attributes tho Idleness ot manufactories there.
nnd tbo dliemploymont ot 12,000 porsoni,
Urgoly to tho fear ot business mon that
uemocraiic ruio win ruin irauo. uo savs wm.
Allen's carpet-yarn factory closod tho day
beforo election with tho announcement that It
would reopen It Blalno wero eloctod. It Is
still closed. A member ot tho llrm of Jamos
Kitchen, manufacturing wcavors, says tho im
pression that Blalno Is not clectod causos ap
prehension among purchasers. A prominent
shipbuilder, tbo writer says, statos that ho
had thrco orders for vossols. glvon him two
montis beforo election, contingont upon Re
publican success. That Industry Is now pir.i
lyzcd. i -
Moro Trouble Willi tho ItcdnhlnH.
I'oiiTMNP, or.r., Nov. 1 1. A sorlous tight
occurred Wednesday, near Mt, Balndy, W. T.,
botween Indians and whlto mon. Ton Indians
nnd a number ot whlto men woro involvod la
tbo trouble Two drunkon Indiana mado n
murderous nesault with pistols on two whlto
men. Tbo Indians woro quickly disarmed,
and ono of thorn was klckod almost to death.
Tho other Indian was also badly hurt. Miro
Indians lntorfftrod, when all tha whites camo
to tho rcscuo-ot their comradoi. Weapons
wero drawn and eoveral shots worn nx
changed. Ono whlto was woundoJ. Tho In
dians embarked la canoes, luroatonlug rn
vencc. Herlous disturbances nro threatened,
natho whole tribe havo dcclarod war t tho
knlto. Doth Indians will probably dto. Et
totts aro bolng mado to paclty tho rodsklns.
Au Honr'ttrisht Atriiluat lliol'iume.
DnooKLVx, Nov. 11. At Oils n. m.a Hr.i
biokoout In tbo ono-story brick building ni
tacbop to tho wells of llio works of tbo Charles
Pratt Oil Manufacturing Company on 11 ish
wick Creek nnd tho East I'.lvor. Tho bulldlag
whero tbo lira tho broko nut Is usoJ tor tho
purposo of packing gasollnn in casos. The
llro was gotten under control attor nn hour's
stubborn tight. Tbo loss will probably roach
510,000; fully Insurod.
THE CITY SCHOOLS.
Their Coil Murine the I'aut Yonr
Tho District Commissioners to-day rocelve J
a copy of tbo mtuutco of tho Board ot Publlo
School Trustees for tha last llsoal yoar. It
shows that tho total expenditures for all tho
public schools In tho District was $550,
(i7.01. Ot this Micro was cxpondod lu tho
colored schools $10.1,050.50.
Tbo schools In tho city recolvod $312,320.11,
In Georgetown, 128,523.27, and tho county,
f55,751.(l?. Tbo wholo number ot pupils en
rolled was 22,013, Ot thoso 3,010 woro col
ered. Tho number ot teachers omnloyod was
525, 170 ot whom woro colored, Thero woro
ten cases ot corporal punishment and three
perrons wcro dismissed.
WorK of llio C'cnniis llnroiiu.
Superintendent Beaton, ot tho Census Bu
reau, to-day submitted his roport for tho last
fiscal year to tho becrctary ot tho Interior.
During that tlmo eight volumes appertaining
to tho last censuawcro Issued. They wero of
annuo size. Tho volumoon foresting Is roady
ror publication, aud will bo issued this
But Uttlo work romalni to bedono by spe
cial agents. Various monographs aro roady
for tbo printer. Avoltuno dovotod to tiro mu
Ufa Insuranco will form a part ot tho final re
port. Tbo tabulation ot statistics ot schools'
cburchos nnd libraries aro not yot completid,
Tho work ot ths bureau cannot bo
completed by January 1 noxt ns pro
vided for by Congress owing to tho Inadequate
clerical forco provldod. An extension to July
, 18801s nskod fori also an Increased appro
priation. Ignoring n (JroiiiullesH I'rosccullon,
Tho grnud Jury Ignored tho offort of Bam T.
Luckott to fix upon Editor Thompson, ot tbo
Uncnlctt, thocbargoofossaull with latent to
kill. Mr, Thompson sublots a private- offico
audotbernpartmonts from tho Young Moa'n
Christian Association. Ills landlord was sued
by Mr. Brown, proprlotor, for possession.
When tho Young Men's Chtlstlan Association
was dispossessed Mr. Thompson had no land
lord ami immediately loasod other promises
and began moving. Tho failure ot I.uciott
to impress tho grand Jury shows that thoy
thought Mr. Thompson was right nnd not
wrong lu successfully resisting Luckett.
Mr. CInpi Niijh IIo Novor Yields n
"Havo you given up?" lnqulrod a Oram
tepresentatlvo ot Chairman A, M. Clapp at tno
hcadqunrtors ot tho Republican I'lnauco Cini
"No, elr," replied hoi "I do not glvo up any
thing that I can hold onto."
"Do )ou bellovo Blalno has carried Nov
"Aro you doing anything horn now?"
"Oh I yen i wo nro doing business at the old
Mr nud Jury iiidlrtiuonlN.
Tho following partlos woro Indicted to-lay
by tho grand Juryi
rellx o. Anderson, omoozzlomout.
ucorgo Hough, murder ot William McMahon
i a second indictment).
John I.. Kulser'N Will.
Tbo Register received to-day tho will ot mo
lato John L. Kaiser, lu which tho tost iter bo
qucaths all ot his ptoperty to his widow, Wil
At tbo Cabinet mooting to-day all mombors
except Becrctary l'rollughuyson wero present.
Tho consideration ot subjects to bo treated lu
tho President's annual messago to Congress
rostmaster-Oenornl llatton will, among his
iccommendatlons to Congress, call nttontlon
to tho tact ttat It Is almost Imposslblo to se
em o satisfactory bonds from postmasters aud
BUfgcsi remedial icgisiauon on inn; point.
1LOUU1B trii lu-Limia UUSIUID. .
Rocera' trim tilato cako boskote'. Sl.SOi nua 1-
ruplo Plato t-c-pltchors,T.r!0; one-halt dozen
solid sllvor traspopjosy 15.50; trlplo-plato tea
sot, thrco ptocf $13.50; trlplo-plato lea
sot, nvoPlWfSjWSiiuarblod clock, cathodral
Btrikejjtftno. it, Harris St Co., -l'JJ Seventh
AH BX-PRBBIDEHT3 DAU0I1TER.
Miss Tylcr'H Zlnrrlngo In Itlchmoml.
RICHMOND, VA., N.v. II. Miss I'oarl Tylor,
daughter of tho Into cx-I'rostdent Tyler, was
married at 5 o'clock jester lay atlornoou to
tho Hon. William Muntord Ellis, member ot
tho II0U30 cf Delegates from Montgomery
County. Tho coromony took placo In St.
I'oter'H Cathedral, tho Right Itsv. Bljhop
John J. Kcano officiating. A largo number ot
friendo woro present. Tho marrlago nttractol
no Uttlo Intcrost horo, not only bocauso ot tho
high soclnl position of thn bride, but from tho
further fact that It is n rnro ovent for n mr
rlngo to tako plnco In tho I'athodr.al whoro onu
of tho parties is n Protestant. Rsv. Bishop
Kcane, In his address dellvorod on tlinnoc-i-slon
jctterday evening, silt that the church
bad, In vlowof thn fact that tho daughter ot
ono ot tbo most Illustrious nt 1'rosPlents nt
this country was to bo mntried, glvon its sanc
tion to tbo ceremony.
Tho PIMiop alluded In glowing terms t) tho
undo nnd groom, nnd paid n boautlful trlottto
to Virginia and hor distinguished sons ottho
past nnd present. Tbo church was crowdod
with tho fashion and beauty ot this city.
Thoro wcro no btldesmatds. laurtoonushora
ofilclnted on tho occasion. Tho brldo was' at
tired In puro whlto satin. A uttlo girl proco
ded tbo btldal procession nnd iKnttorod whit J
roses nlong their pathway trom tho door to tho
snnctunry. Tho happy oouplo lett for tho
Nrrth on tho it o'clock train.
Tho daughter ot a promtnont Otth'.Ilo
ladycf this city Isooon to marry aProtottint
gentleman. In view ottho fact that n dispen
sation was grantod to Miss Tylor for her inir
tlogototakoplacoln tho Catnodrnl, thUlaly
preferred n similar request to Bishop Keano
in behalf of her daughter. Sho rocolvod nlst
tor from tbo lllsbop to-day In which ho In
formed ber tbnt such n dispensation was only
grnntcd In exceptional cases.
A MI83IHG PRIDE
Disappeared lint Not IHopml.
Kinowoou, W. VA,, Nov. ll.-Mlss Milllo
Wll'on, daughter of Donjamln Wilson, a
farmer residing near here, Is mysteriously
missing, Sho was engaged to marry Albert
Hatterman, to whom her parents woro bitterly
opposed. On Tuesday last n mutual filend
called at Mr. Wllton'o, and asked Miss Wilson
to go with him to n mutual frlond's homo.
Sho went, tho visit having boon prearranged,
in ordor that tbn engaged couplo might elope.
Tho friend loft Miss Wilson nt tho gato ottho
friend's house and claims he has not soon hor
since. Tho peoplo In thohousosaysho was
not there, nnd Mr. Hartirman claims to ho
equally Ignorant ot her whereabouts. Ho
says tbnt at tho hour ngrccd upon ho camo to
thotryttlrg placo and not finding his llancoo
entered tho houso ot his trlend. As sho was
not there, bo supposed that tho plan ha 1 not
worked, and thought no moro ot it until tho
next day, when ho met tho mutual rrlonl.
Explanations ensued and an alarm was ralssd.
Thero aro tno theories to account far tho i-lrl's
disappearance one, that sho took bor life: a
second, and moro probablo one, that sho rau
nwny In somo freak. Naturally thoro Is not a
A Co ul ml American Itcpiibllc.
New Yor.K, Nov. 1 1. Vonozuolan Consul
Arthur W. lloudlor, statlonod In Boston, re
turned trom Uuatamala yesterday nud do
rcrlbcd to a roportor tho festivities in that
country on tho occasion of tho meeting ot tho
President ot Guatemala, Salvador nnd Hon
dump, nt which Venezuola and Ctn It lea
wero aleo represented by mlntstors, Tbo
political tuturo ot all tho tlva govornments,
Consul Roudler said, will bo affect jd by tho
meeting. It wan proposod that thoso coun
tries should initio In ono Central American
Republic with Ocnornl Uurrlos as Prosldeut.
All who participated wero In accord on this
subject, nnd It met with groat favor nntong
Destitution nt Cnrthngrc, N. V.
Ki.w Yoitk, Nov. Id. There la still groat
Buffering In tho vlllngo of Carthage, which
was almott dettroyod by tiro. Tho vlltago has
a population ot about 3,000, and nearly halt
lliii pooplo oro liomeloss. In many Instances
tbrco or oven tour families occupy the houso
ot one. Tno hundred buildings woro do
etroyed. Thero has boon reeelvodfor relief
425,(100. Tbo pooplo feel vory grateful, but
tbo ract remains that throo times this amount
Is absolutely required to enable destitute po)
plo to get through tho winter.
The Oil Market Aiciiln L'xrlled.
TlXfsvir.Lr, PA Nov. 1 1. Yesterday was a
great day fortho Thorn Crookoll pool, rishor,
No. 3, well, in tho eouthoast ot tho Held, was
totpedood, and Instead ot n dry hole, bocamo
tho prodticcrof 7,200 barrels during tho day.
Tho success ot this woll and ot l'lsher, No. u,
makes tho Thorn Crock pool an Important
factor in tho mnrkot, and tho trado which wai
Just beginning to rocoror trom tho o tracts ot
tbo rbllllpa nnd tho Armstrong gushors, Is
again in a feverish condition,
Another Wlfo Murderer.
bT. Lot'is, Mo Nov. ll.-rollco onicor
Michael Ryan, of this city, mado ndesporats
attempt to kill his wlfo iastevonlng, and tho
woman will probably die. Tho policeman. In
n lit ot rago, drow his knlfo nud plunged it
twlto Into his wlto'B abdomen, Tho woman
ennk to tho lloor and Ryan trlod to escape, but
tbo alarm spread, nnd ho was captured and
locked up. Ho refuses to say anything. Tno
physicians say Mrs, Ryan will die,
(Jluo World nt tlplou, Mail., lie
Ntrnyed. tTADOnv, MASS., Nov. 11, Upton's OIuo
Wotkc, on roster ttroor, woro buruod this
morning. Loss about $103,000; Insuranco,
FROM OVER THE OCEAN.
Tbo cholera epldomlc Is epreadlag la Paris
nnd many pooplo aro leaving tho rlty Tho
British Government bollevo that M. l'orry's
dispatches alleging tho killing ot General Gor
don aro n revival nt tho old rumor current
com o days ago. ...The Uouso ot a immons yes
terday appropriated 1,003,030 tor tho Nllo
expedition Tho Tribunal, ot ran?, lias con
demned Modamo rattl to pay tho costs ot the
recent divorce suit. It Is not consldorod prob
ablo tbut sho will anpenr in Paris this winter
lu ibo British Uouso ot Lords vosterday
tho frnnchlso bill passed Its first rnadlug. Tho
bill will bo rend a second tlmo on Tuesday. ...
Tbo ( nlttU inland, ot Dublin, says that It U
probable that n goncral fiscal revolt will ro
commend ltseltns tho simplest nnd most nt
fectual way ot coropolllog tho government to
yield to tho Irish demand.... Sovoral munici
palities In rranco bavo recently docldod in
favor ot restoring salaries and allowances to
l'or llio funeral of Wilbur 1". Storoy. em
ployes of tho Chicago 7Vmm furnished n floral
representation ot a psgo ot tho dead odltor's
newepaper; also u composing stick wrought ot
flowers and bearing tho Dguro"30," tho com
positors' and tolegraphcdiura' syrabUotoni-
At Blnthampton, N. Y,, yestorday, James
Wllsey, who killed Allen McClure with ona
blow ot his llbton tho chin, was onvlctel ot
manslaughter In tbo socond degreo and sou
tenced to nlno yenrs nnd six months at hard
labor in Auburn prison. This Is said to bo tho
llrct caso on record whom ono man killed
another with a blow ot tho Hit In tho fa;.
At a meeting ot mill agent) nt Manchestsr,
N. II., ycttorday, a general cut-down In wagos
of opetatlvcs was agreed upon, to go tut)
effect December 1. In tbo Amosksng nni
Stark mills It will bo live per cent. Tno
Amcty mills' reduction will not oxeeed eight
percent, Tbo-Langdon will not exceed :nn
per cont. "
At 1'rechtdd, N. J yestorday, tho handsomo
monument crectod to commemornto llio battlo
of Moumouin, which was fought Sunday.
Juno 28, 1778, on tho blllsldo Jutt west ot
1'rcchclJ, nan unvellel with, impropriate,
ceremonies. Tho crowd was ono of tho larir
ett over seen In Now Jcrjoy, fully 33,000
perrons being prosent.
OfUclal roturns from tbo Ninth Kentucky
District ehow that Wadaworth, Republican, ts
elected to Congress by 300 majority over
August Tuxhoru, n (armor, ot McPhorson,
Kan., 5 cstcrday set tiro to hts uouso, barn nud
granary, and then blow his brains out with a
shotgun. The buildings wero destrnyeJ, to
gctbor with $1,000 In money. Evldeneo
showed that he Intended to murder bis wlfo
aud four children, but bis plans wcro frus
trated by his wife, ffl j'
Nobby rants tofliJff, Hamburger's.
Tho McW&fiSv(k Canterbury pr -aeh 1 a
si.rtrirhi1r,i lal Hf rvlealo St. PlUl sOt'he-
dralTiTondon, this morning In e miujmoratluii
ot tho ono hundredth nnnlrorsary ot llio on.
secratlou ot BlhopBenbury, tho OratJUisifciin
.Blehop In tbo United f 'Sjfjfc.--
Dors' kilt siuii-Fu,i''' 'wi,jvjhh
Elremau Uroji-eOT; ""d L.
...p.1 rrtt,r(-..iiiiviH'il wn. ennvennil nfc
.v iit. "-'--".-".- -I-- "r
the Washington liavy-iarj to-uay loritieTrrai
ot Sergeant Samuel E. Uorklnsrfio Uarlus
Boys' kilt ovaln boautllul designs,
Elsonian uroxffr. Vtn aau u,