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I PREPARING FOR THE REDS.
XII E CHICAGO VOLICB With NOX TBR
HIT Tit CM TO MEET TO-HAY.
Their Three Medina., nnd Sunday Schools
"Will Me Hnppres.ed-Tlio City AUrrseel
r the Great Actlelty of the Anstrcklsta.
Chioaoo, Deo. 8. Tho Annrchlata havo
Announced their Intention of holding threo
Brent mnss ruootlngi to-morrow. Mayor Booh
tins announced throuuh tlia pollco that no such
mectliicu shall be hold. A conflict between the
rsTolutlonisla nnd the authorities la aealn
throatonod. l'Lo pollco nro preparing (or
,(' trouble. The entire reserve foroe has been
ordered, under Btcret Instructions, to mass at
K' Various totals earlr to-morrow moraine. The
o police liars, In tact, mado preparations on
i such a lnreo scale that It would lead on t
f bollavothat tliojr oznectod a formidable) out,
'' break. Chlat Hubbard does not ozpoct vlo-
U lence, but ho admits that the revolutionist
R' aro (Irmly organized, and are assuming; a dan-
f,. - irorous attitude and must bo put down atones.
;'' lie has, br tho dtroctlon ol Mayor Ilocbe, In-
V formed the loaders among the Iteds that the
;", three meotlna must not be hold. Should his
orders be dlsoborod, the meetlnRS will, be die
i' peretd br torce, as well as all other Catherines
a In the cause) of anarchy. The ordor Is aimed
', , jiartloularly at the mass mootlncs announced
to take plaoe under the aueolcesof tho ArbtUtr
jJund at Orell's Hall, on WeitJUako street: at
rrhslln Ilall, on Mllwaukeo avenue, and at COO
' Slue Island monuo. Those balls aro in the
1, botbede of anarchy. It Is known that tho Reds
contemplate attacking the police and the news
papers in their npeeob.es, as thor did in the
days of 8ples and Parsons. The Arbeiter Zei
tuna this afternoon Intimates that much in the
.-" , jprosTomme which It prints. It roads:
L Clxeusslon of the leadlnf rtldu In the capitalists
nrets eialnat Anarchists.
3. Discussion of who are the persons responsible (or
loo murder of Amelia ouon on last Bunder, who wu
killed by uniform ed Uw and order men.
All woikms men end women who here the (enrage et
thelrcoQTloUstta are InTlted lobs present.
This programme was arranced at n eooret
raoetlrm hold in Qrelfs Hall last night. The
',' " Anarchist proerammes for the Sunday schools
to-morrow woro also alarmlnc in their word-
' Ine, and Chief Hubbard and Inspootor Bon-
field agree that thoy, too, must bo broken up.
' Two hundred and fifty policemen will be
;V Inassod at tho Uesplainos stroot station, which
; r LsneorOreirs Ilall nnd thu famous Haymarket,
y imd the Twelfth street, Hlnman street, and
.- yOeertns street stations, In the southwestern
v mortlon of the city, will be filled with police.
S, lyapr. Bhaook will command the bin reserve
i iforcoat the West Ohlcairo. Milwaukee avenue.
and West North avonus stations.
Inspootor Uonflold, In an Interview to-nicht,
', . aaldi
', " chief niibbard bos ordered these meetings
'; nupproBsed. and. of course, they will not tie
Jiold. I do not think the Ileds will assemble at
mil when they learn of the notion takon br the
k K-ollce, nor do I believe they will. If prevented
V, ifrom enterlns the halls, attempt to hold meet-
V flwjs In the open air."
What will you dp if they disobey, your or-
; dors and attempt to hold n meetlnsr
4 " I cuoss thero will bo no meetings to discuss
, Chief Hubbard saldi "Wo have started out
A to prevent these moetlnirs and we will do so. I
v do not expect trouble, oxcopt thattit Is my duty
ff to expeot It and -to bo prepared for It The
revolutionists may be trying to boo how far
p thoy can ko with a view to having a prooesslon
r- than Mrs. Parsons returns, and thoy may be
V," ' trylus to provoko pollco Interference for the
elreot It would havo In kneplna up their cause.
- no know that there is dancer, and we are
r ready to meot It"
',(.", The pollco will be heavily armed, and the
5;j riot rifles were taken down from their racks
k, - to-nleht and plaood in tho assomblr rooms of
; . tho b!c station houses.
& Tho ltods had ilotorrained to keop within the
',k jaw no for as tholr publla meotinss wore con-
s corned. Currlln nnd Holmes, the new teadors.
jk . Ii ave each d rnftod for himself a sot speeoh, and
si those speeches have boon separately flubmittod
I-. ; to the scrutiny of lawrors. and whoro eenti-
1 snents have been found that would moke tho
jteV speaker liable they havo been exsunced, nnd
. , the addresses so remodelled as to do the Rrpat-
Ifji frt amount of danger with tho least liability.
;ri, Tho object baR been to exasperate and Inolte
;; tho Beds to deeds of violence on the "indlyid-
,- iml account" plan, so that secrets would not bo
'i. illvulEOd and intended acts of a revolutionary
$ or dojtruotlve character detected. By keeping
7,v tholr publlo organizations apparently within
tlio law and yet an opon menace to
:?' tho pollco, the revolutionists have oountod
u, on tho exnootatlon that police Interference
tJ 'would produce acts of vlolenoe on Individual
9 account l'or this reason they lmvo purposely
jj., rirossed their revolutionary meetings into pub-
'-'- Ho notice until thoy have accomplished pre-
i olsely what they desired.
T. Tho Anarohlsts are frontlo In tholr rage over
&f- Jho programme which tho police will follow.
I Si ivorr tho moro consorvatlvo Bocinllsts are
iSi". cloomy In their views. Qooigo Bchllllng saidi
ht , 'a possible that tho police may do more to
IS!' jeopardize the neaco of tho community than
K ; the AnaroblstB tuemselves."
i'; .v Aawa uomax's romance.
&J, Sljlna at tlie Ace of BO'nnd JCeavlne her
? JFartnne to tier lletrotbed or US.
W' ' VnihxmsLvniA, Doo. 6V-Tho will of Mrs.
$ . Anna M. Looken. 80 years old, who died this
L Vreek, was reoordod this morning, and with tho
SK axooptlonof a few trinkets sho loavoshoren-
fe tiro estate, amounting to near 100,000, to Dr.
? Aehton Talbot, 23 years of ago. to whom she
ffl' has heenengagod to be married for over two
3g' lira. Lockon' was tho widow of a wealthy urn-
ii! brolla manufaoturor of this city, who married
V her in Holland in hor younger days. She was
"' ten years oldor than her 'husband, and could
i , neither reud nor write. With lie r monoy to
-. start him tho husband soon made a fortune,
Ji' unci was worth half a million. Ho grew tired
ii' ' cf his wife. Put, nit liouch living with her faith-
P fully, rontod n euporo house up town and
placed therein one of bid factory girls, of whom
: be became ennmored. Ho deeded the place-
. to her, and promised to make out his will
V In favor of their throo ohildren. Mr.Looken
, little thought ho would die llret, hut one day
7" there came a stroke of upoplexy, The day after
J the funeral tho will was rond, and the nstound-
,; cd wifo'a indignation know no bounds. One of
' tho chlldron she bad none herself came to
:-- bear the will read. Mrs. lockon tore off her
mourning, throw opon her shutters, put on
b sola ottlro. ordered out her splendid carriago
tor a drlvo. nnd went to the oporn In the even
ing. Ever after that sho attended the theatro
., Incessantly, and hor friends began to think hor
t mind unsettled.
; i Hho mot Dr. Talbot in a boarding house,
r tohere. she wont after breaking up her home.
i , lie was lust boglnnlng his studies in the JofTor-
',. con Modlcal Collogo. Khe took him evorywhera
.) nnd spont monoy frooly on him. Their ongoge-
pent was announced, but it is bolleved that
' zrjonds prevented the marriage, lira. Loekon
t ' mado no attempt to break her husband'swill,
- and lived on hor personal estato.
t" Dr. Talbot Is said In be the thlrtoontb son of
;j, a central Pennsylvania furmor, whom the rest
u of the fnmlly decided should havo aprofes-
A; slonal education, and honce nil contributed to
- send him to a medical college. Ho graduated
u ' Usb than a year ago.
;,, roiir vuyant taken;
ftf &. Plotureequo Kntertlnment la th SOd
f Itcirlment Amtory,
y ThoextenBlvs drill floor of tboTwehty-tlilrd
ftWlmont armory in Clermont avenue. Brook-
' lyn, presented a picturesque appearance last
. -, bight The members of that regiment had ar-
J.i rangod to clvo a reallstlo ploturo of the attaok
f.' and sorrendor of Tort Bryant Thero were
j, several hundred spectators. At one end of the
'js , armory was erected tho fort itself, with a sod-
& j eovorod representation of earth works. On
' One side was a forest with n log cabin nestling
among them; to the left or that from the en-
ft? trance, was a corn field, and directly In front of
ft' the fort was a clearing, studded with troo
fi atumps. The log, cabin sheltered a family of
?;,! negroes who furnlahed tho comedy portion of
iv the performance.
s In trout of tho breastworks had been placed
fc.. eamp tlioa of the regulation kind, and thero
. the ocou pants of the fort prepared their meals.
ft The sceue oi.ennd just before sunset and the
if, ' routine of a soldier's life from that hour until
f aunrlse was pictured, Boon after eunrfse.
K ft11'1',1? w." k!"ll' Plotured with the aid of
f. limelights nud chromatto slides, the fort was
attacked and after a bitter struggle captured.
' r?.r,,l.l! ire """ck. whlob was renderod real-
ktiu by the booming of oonnon sud tho amok
v, ef rliles, the fort was stormed with' shell, and
U. ffl oriiUulnie,corp was kept busy caiTilne off
Hk- tho dead am disabled. Tho capture was llnid.
Jkc IJ enocte.t, ilm Confoderate colors were hauled
!jbH ?$" u."d ,wi.',h .""Hixt (been the Btara and
4H btnpes took their place.
A&aV i.A"r 'I'0 8m.Xe of battle had cleared away
Vs-iM tho mom b jm of tho regiment and their frionda
e Ounced until noaxly mUlaieht """
r tint. I.orctt Mlealaa.
lira, srnrgnreitaloroti dJsappoarea from her
fcome. osurund ilrtet, WlUUnutiurrh, tw weeka are.
Kile wore' if dart ateen dreu. 86 e la Sf-vaara ald.f
ins itcejer or axobaxob.
Raw BOnrke Csekrmai Int Obaawrttr u
ravVHr Behind: KUn.
That sllver-tonguod orator of Tammany
Ilall, W. Bourke Cockran, did not attain his
present eminence both na.,o lawyer and poli
tician without 'a Bard ttruirglo.1 It Js not so
long ago a mattorpf nine years perhaps that
ho constituted one of the multitude of strug
gling young lnwyors who walk tho halls ot our
County Court IIouso on their upoers.eo to speak.
Cockran had to, hustle for his lunches in
those days, bnt despite his difficulties he never
seemed to loso heart. He kept a stuffy little
offloe at 178 Broadway, into whloh clients
rarely found tholr Way. Before ho had been In
the building n month he had a speaking
acquaintance with qyory lawyerln it, but none
of them ever caughCoakran moping because
he was hard up.
On the contrary; he rapidly noqnlred n repu
tation as tho humorist of the building. His
tongue was as beguiling in thoso clays as it is
now. Ho would haVe lnfoctod Diogenes lilm
solf with his good ' humor. In this way he be
camo relobrated among tho not very prosper
ous lawyers of tliiU,locallty as an original with
a remarkable "git of the gab." as thoy them
selves wore wont to put It Odds and ends of
buslnoss began to lie thrown in hti war by his
follow crattsmenhnd tho quartern which he
not infrorjuontly borrowod to defray hi luncli
lntf exponses worctent him moro ungrudgingly
than would havo been the case had his counto
nnnco boon rueful.
Among tho tenants of 178 Broadwaya dingy
locality in which offices woro correspondingly
cheap was a shrowd young attorney, by nanio
Charloa Strauss. Strauss was a recent gradu
ate ot the law school, but his business was
beginning to grow. Ho had, at tho time Cock
rnn mads histaotualntance, discovered the
necessity of supporting two small ofllco boys
ot tho Hebrato persuasion, on unusual array of
sorvltors for that locality. One of these boys, an
unusually bright little follow with an enoi mous
nose and a rldloilausly pompous ninnhor, and
who rejoiced In 'an unpronouncoable name ot
flvo syllables, entertained n cordial hatred for
the joound Cockran, who would lnar!obly
niako somo such speech as tho following if this
particular boy ohancod to be keeping ofllco
when ho called: ;
" Ab. Mr. ltethsobild. good morning. Is your
boss within 7" and1 thon. an tho boyropllodln
tlie ulllrmattvo somowhat sharply, Cookran
would glvoan emborrassod cough and say In a
ntftfrA tvhfnnnr tlmt nnt avrrhnav hnt tlie hnv
hlmsolt into fits of laughter. " Hay. Mr. Itotbs
child, you don't happen to havo a sparo quar
ter about vou. do' to a V"
But Cockran was probably not so much bet
ter off In thoHOdnys than the boy he humor
ously dubbed Bottnchild. At all events, he had
a wife to support which the boy had not He
was devoted to this young wlf 0 of his, and when
she died while hevwaa in the very midst ot his
sea ot troubles he was inconsolable.
Oookran's fellow tenant Strauss, told him
one day that ho ought to go into criminal law.
" Tbore's $20,t)O0 ft year watting ior you II
you'll only strike out for It" said ne, and Cock
ran allowed that there was if ho could only get
a fair hook at It tor in ordor to succeed as a
criminal lawyer it is first necessary to havo cli
ents, and Cockran tad none.
Strauss, on tho other hand, had nil the clients
he could attend to. Not long after the abovo
conversation wlthOockran the friends of a fel
low who had been In dieted for receiving stolen
goods came to Strauss to got him to defend the
criminal. Strauss took the case, although he
had no speolal liking for criminal business and
stood In no need of It The nappy thought
struck him that hi. would escape all the dis
agreeables ot tho situation by getting Cockran
to try the oaso, and; Tiesldos. obtain an oppor
tunity ot testing hl faith in Cockran'A as yet
untested powers. When this scheme was
broaohed to Cockran he readily closed with It,
and began to prepare' for trial with energy ana
Dickens wouldhotve relished seeing Cockran
try that case. The) evidence ot guilty knowl
edge was too conclusive against the accused to
render a verdict tor, defendant posBtblt, but
nevertheless Oockrap, dominated the entire
situation, and the mry would undoubtedly
have brought in a verdict ot acquittal hod
Judge Cowing let them. Tho latter did not
know Cookran. had probably never seen him
beforn. but the TouW lawyer's line presence
and Imposing diction quite overcams his
Honor. He heard hup oallod by name, and.
Imagining that one ot the lights of Westchester
was bo tore Mm. pfoccAded to address Cockran
" Ho takes you fori Jndgo Cochrane of Weat
ehostor," whispered Straus to his imperturba
ble colleague. , ;
"Well, lot him,'', .nsid Cockran. "I'm not
ashamed to bo mlstakon for so goad a man.
Perhaps Judge Cochrane may ba mistaken for
me somo day, and then the aocount'll bo
squared," And thus masquerading, though
against his will, as a notable the obscure
young lawyer and'Jtidge Cowing vied with
each other in an exhibition ot legal lore. Cow
ing, experienced with flio certainty that comes
ot constant rtraotioe.was moro than a match
for Cockran In tho discussion of the nuostlons
which arose in tho coursoQi the trial, but the
tatter's dexterity of trimd. as well as blsad
mlrablo oddre3s andSsplf-possesslon, was the
means ot preserving him moro than onco from
what would have beon absolute confusion for
almost any other mnni
Indeed, it is no exaggeration to say that hi
never onco lost the. lead In the argument, al
though ho retained it by a not Infrequent dis
dain of tho rules of'loulo. bostlllul was his
language that Judge Cowing Is probably Igno
rant to this dayoi how qlevorlr ho wasimpoeed
upon. It is not the usual practice for a Judge
in tho trial of a case to give much time to ar
gument with counsel' 6n tho law points that
arise in tho oourse or the hearing, but in this
instance Judge Cowing soemed to derive con
siderable satisfaction 03 well as Information
from his tilt with tntr.supposltltlous Judge
Mr. Cookran was no less successful with the
jury than with the Judga In the first place he
kept them in a good tenrderwlth an lrrests tibia
flow ot spirits; .He harrbwed up the witnesses
of tho prosecution with tjfdloulq or else nearly
scared them into fits with his resounding
'severity; That jury wort not bored for one In
stant of the time, and though it was obliged
to find the prisoner gumy It evidently did do
Tho offocfe prodnoed tfrton ovory ono within
the sound of his volcA br Mr. Cookran's
llgbtntng-like quickness1' in dealing with
a witness was well illustrated br the be
havior of a detactlvW on the stand,
who had been called 'by the nroWcution
to testify to tho dlspoeltion'of the stolen goods.
As soon as Mr. Cookran took the witness la
hand the latter soeniod to', loso his faoad. He
was a manot about 60 years of age, of very
staid and respectable appearance, bnt ot n
norvouB nnd exottabto temDorament He had
listened all day to CookranB deadly methods
of cross-examination, and'tuls. Joined to. the
bad air ot tho canrt room, was no doubt rospon
slblo for what follbwed. After probing the
man's podlgreo f or several ' gonorationa and
mixing biin up vorr snecosaf ully, Mr. Cookran
proceeded to question him tuns:
"Now, Mr. Blank; rou.iar.you saw thesei
goods brought to UiiB man'sMoro on such and
buch a day."
"lou aro sure ot that f' In an intimidating
"Yes, sir." Witness grown a little pale.
" You nro a truthful man, Mr. lilank '('
" Yes. sir." In a tremulous voice.
"Now, think, Mr. Blank" (solemnly). "DIdnt
you over tell a lie i"
"No, sir," Indignantly, but in a shaking
voice. . ,
Wero von over, under onyjclrcumstanoes,
botrayod into tolling tho truth " ,
" No, sir." r.
, The laugh which wont up os thoVJtness fell
into the trap, thus laid for him was qulokly
hushed when he was soon to roll from his seat
In a dead.i aint. Whon ho was sufllcTantlr re
vived to rare, his Inquisitor adalnL Cockran
dealt very wiUlly with him, nndllhalrt suffered
hlui to go in peace. The court ofScerl Bar that
the detective, wob overooms by tie hint ot the
room, but the fact Is that his collapse was
brought about by n nervous dread of Jfr. Cock
ran 's crobs-exumlnatlon.
The young lawyer laid himself out In his ad
drees to tho jury. The pore'hnial lawyers of the
ocmrt room woke from tbelr OccttstornVd slum
bers to Helen to this new voice, and the em-'
ployeos of tuecourt all agreed' that '; Judge
Cooiirnno" wusr n dnndy, but probnbly.no ono
witbln tho roach of his voice that any, who
know him for what he really was. the obscure
and struggling attorney, who waa not sure or
where his next duy'H dinner who to come from,
ever expeeted to seo hlui realize tho promise
that was in that spacch. , The famo of lthow
evor. spread nbroad. Clients wbo wlshertlhelr
routiRol to bo nhle tomnko a jury bollevotbitt
blank was white souslit Out Mr. Cockrhn in
his stuffy oDlco nt KB Broudwar, and thus the
beginnings of his good fortune were -won.
Then tlie politic hub got wind of what a talker
he was, aud be begun doing pton&r work for'
Tammany and lnlng Halls, until theconvlo
tlon flashed suddunly upon his would-be pa
trons that he was nu orator of the first class,
and be heenme one of the loading epokeaihen
Too Early (u Ilet ou Ztuated. V?
A new jtory ot the Speakership sltuatlorWs
reerUdrrMa UtoeUya. It la tawd.oatlie aaaertftn
that AswiabtiBUM Joaepk AJslnall ef Klnff Uqnletly
jBtMnbtaen Uuted.aa4 stVesa eeudosaeaaeiitla
the ruuer thai the nnierMed tntenilon la te let Et.
Vt tliow what atrenrtli St eaa thia lima, and tet the
p)c aeine otter time. On tala aide et the iiaei tUrer no
iui.a cuuOdaut ulk la heard,,
N.JHeM.aVr.hUtrUld SavtUaa. j
r I laslllindil ma; i ii tr
SHE WAS ADDIE EDGECOMB.
mix DAZI'3 JtHTICBB A COVHTItT
t QUIZ, OP TUIS BTAJE.
Married fin to a IVatklne Una. and Z.aat
' Bevtember. t la Aliened, to TTurold T.I neon
" ' -Kntwa at BarnK-Th lratot Fonnd.
7aveMiY, Deo. 8. Addis Btniiton's Btate
rnent that she Is the daughter ot Leroy Edgo
comb, a prominent man of this place, is true.
Iter parents aro in great sorrow over the news
q her disgrace, and the story of her attemrt to
entrap Phil Daly is the talk of the town, wlicre
Adle has been well known since hor earlr
qhlldbood. Addle- Edgocomb, as she is still
called bore, was born thtrty-flvo years ago In
the village ot Bheppard's Creek, a few miles
from Waverly. When Addle was 1-1 years old
ftor parents removod to Waverly.oblefly for the
nurpose oi looking after the education ot tholr
only child. Sbs was n bright nnd n pretty
child, and easily won distinction In the
rldbllo schools, being graduated from tho
h!lgh school with honors. Sho paid
cepoclnl attention to music, and used
to' say that she meant to go on tho otago.
Bijo had scarcely left school whon. she was
marrlod at tho age ot SI to Frank K. Smith of
"rtatkina. Ho was superintendent of a Califor
nia railroad, and shortly alter tholr marriage
took hor to San Francisco, Boon afterward he
sdnt hor home, and sho la said to have pro
cured a divorce from him on tho ground of
abandonment One child, a boy, wan born of
this marriage. Ho Is now living with his frrnnd
parontR. Thoy baro beon obliged totiikohlm
from school, as his Bchoolrantos twitted hlui
With tho Htnry of IUh mother's shameful llfo.
Alter Addle had procured her dlvorco hor
parents wont to Now York, and took rooms In
Twentieth street. Addio studied for the Btngo.
Sir. and Mrs. Kdcocomb returned to Waverly
alter a time, and thelrdauahter frequently U
ltMlthoni. It nevoroccurted to thorn that bJio
Ehs loading other than a correct, llfo. Mis.
dfeooomb received a letter trom Addio on Fri
day. Itcontainod no rutoroucotohorproscnt
Jlr. Edgocomb has always boen n respected
cltlren of this county. Ho has been Huporvlsor
arid trustee of tho town, and a member of tho
Uxoiso Board. He owns a gonoral produce
storo, and has considerable proporty in tli
toWn. besides a farm in tho county. On his
daughter's twenty-Orst birthday. Lo gnjohcr
four lots on Lincoln etrout valued at J2.000.
The Edgeoomlis live in a handsome old-fashioned
bouse In tho bost part of the town.
People in Wavorly Bay now tlmt Addio Edge
comb waa always a llttlo wild. Even whllo
she wns a school girl she was inclined to court
attention. Sho mndo the acquaintance of
drummom. nnd used to moot thorn at the rail
road Btntlon. Sho Is said to havo takon a trip
to Niagara Falls with a marrlod mnno: IJmlrn,
Tlio following item appears in tho Waurly
Fri!i ftvsa of Sept. 22, 1H88:
mU Addle Edf ecorab wai mnrrlid In Kew York on
Sendhr, bepL IS, t lUreM Linton of that cUt. They
wlllrult herparenu In thla city the Jul ot thlaor the
flrat at l month.
i MEnEorm's pistol tound.
TWe pistol Daly wns shot with in the Fourth
Iivonuo badger's den is in tho hands of the no
lo. 'It wns found yesterday in an up-town
pawn shop, where It had been pawned on
Thursday morning by Meredith, the chief of
the conspirators. It Is a self-cocking Smith ,
Wesson revolver.and the eartridces f ou nd in the
oaptdrod rascal's pocket lit it Tho pawnbroker
went to Police Headnnartere Inst night and
Identified Moredltnastheraan whopnwnod it
Thb papers in the case ot Phil Daly will be
prort&ted to tho Grand Jury to-morrow. An
Assistant Dlstrlot Atternoyeald Tostordaythat
an indlotmont would probaDlv be found against
tho workers of tho badger game fur attempted
robbery and not for assault
IS MXEEDITH A. BABATOOIAN?
From the Albany Arvus.
ThA skotches of Ella nammond and Addle
g teuton, tho Now York sirens who lured Phil
air, the Long Branch sport into their den
with Intent to rob him, Bhow the fontures ot
two notorious Saratoga women. At that place
the former was known as " Madame. Crawford"
and thn latter as "Addis St Clair." and both
were proprietresses ot houses of ltl-ropute, and
wero compelled to leave tho place by orlminnl
proseentlon. Mme. Crawford bad " apart
ments" whore sho nnd " Jim Quackenbusn," a
New York tough, restded. and they ropoatedly
played the same "panel camo" that was sought
to be cloved in New York on Dalr. Among
their victims wns a well-known down the river
Republican politician, and among thoso lured
in, but'wbo fought his way out, waa a promi
nent merohnnt of central Now York. Uulto
llkolr tlue " Hammond" In tho Daly case is no
other than the "(jnaclconbuslt" of Saratoga.
Meredith, the attache of the Bt Clalr-Htanton
womort'Js probably nnothor Ssratogtan who
has been absent from tbnt town since, she was
forced to abandon her Saratoga bagnio.
zira wAsnixoTox iopics.
Stories Abont HepreaentJttlTO Martin Tho
CJqmpoeltlon or the Next Ilonae.
WASHnjarow, Doo. 8. More funny etorlw
have bcoi told nbout Representative Martin ot
Texas than have been woven about the namo
ot anyiman who has been in Congress for
years. The sinewy Texan has been often net
tled by tho imaginative embellishments of
these stories as much as by the slender basis of
fact updn whloh thoy were built One of them
represented a scene in the lobby of the House,
with a friend at the telophone, which the Con
gressman was said to believe was connected
with the; .nomination Convention in his district
In Texas, Another, and tho llrst story about
Col. Martin that saw the light, rotated that ho
came no'ly committing suicide at one of the
hotels In" ibis city by blowing out the gns. Tho
Colonel srltted his teeth and bore with good
grace the fun that the pooplewere having at
his exnenso. To-day ho boiled over and at
tacked Mr. Harries, a representative ot the
Star at the Capitol. Col. Martin walked out ot
the hall ot the House with a friend to purchase
p. cigar in tho corridor. Mooting Mr. Harries,
the friend invited him to Join them. Col. Mar
tin's eye flashed wnon It rested on the reporter,
and with a wave ot the hand he said:
"Idou'c'want to shake bands wlth-you. sir:
you blow out tho gas," meaning that Harries
had Invented thatstorr.
Harries laughingly roplled to what ho sup-
Sosed was a good-natured joko: Oh, no,
olonel ; you blew out the gas."
The.words bad hardly beon uttered whon the
Texan's list grazed Harries'H cheek. The re
porter threw up hla fist in position of defence,
nnd the mutual frlond selKed Martin's arm.
CoL Martin then made a piotlon ns if to draw a
pistol, out the friend pinioned him, and per
suaded him to go away. They left Harries
standing where tho raw had occurred. After
ward CoL Martin's anger cooled, and he ex
pressed regret for what had'oosurred.
The feverish anxlotr of politicians about the
Capitol concerning tho composition of tho
House in the Fifty-first Congress was illus
trated, restardar. In the afternoon a report
spread like FllU Are that (lor. UU1 had Issued a
certificate of election to Mr. Bacon, tho Uomo
oratlo oaudldato for reelection In tho Fif toenth
New York district. The basis of tho report was
said to be 'ia tolegram received br some one
from New York to that effeot. Apparently no
effort was made to verify tho truth of tho re
port but It wns accepted on both sides as truo..
and the buzz,of speculation became almost a
roar, llepubucans. chagrined and Indignant
snld that tho attempt to overturn tholr major
ity una neeir, given up in me onuin. as tuat
would make It' too unpopular, and tho lenders
were now depending upon executives and
courts of Northern States to carry out their
plans. The Democrats aocspted, apparently
as a matterofcourse, this reported addition to
tho runks of tbelr members olect, and claimed
that it would result In giving-them a majority
olone In the next Houso. This morning It oc
curred to somo, nftor tho publication of the
fact that a certificate bad been Issued to Mr.
Stivers, the llopubllcnn candidate, to Investi
gate tho origin of yestordiiy'a rumor. It was
iloally trnced, It was said, to a facetious assist
ant doorkeeper of the House from Now York
r Ity. who Btartpd it by saying that " New York
had saved her bacon.'
United States Appraiser Joseph B. Baker
and Assistant ijnltod States Appraiser Oeorgo
n. Hoffman were.dlsmlsted from the customs
service to-day by ordor of the President, who
Issued tho order through the Socrotarr of the
Treasury, Tho'oauses leading up lo this ac
tion are by this' time tolerably well known.'
Collector Cadivalader domanded Mr. Hoffman's
resignation on the ground thnt omploroeti of
tho AliiJraisor's department had impugned bin
administration of his duties, nnd preferred
against him gravo' charges. Hoffman flatly re
fusod to resign, and alleged that tho Collector
sought onljr to punish him for political reasons.
Hoftmun's case wusohamploned br Appraiser
Buker. and an Investigation was hold, which
resulted in tho order ot rumoval.
The Senate sutvComtntttep on Finance In
charge of the Tariff bill 'gave a hoaring this
afternoon to Mr. John Jurrctt. apponrlng for
the AmerloBQ Tin Plate Association. Ho
Pleaded for an Increoso of the duty from ono
pont to two and twcMenths.ths-amount al
lowed br the Comujlsblon 'of 1882. ..The dutr
of ono cent a pounJ, he said, was raaroly for
revenue it afforded no protection whatever.
Secretary Whitney; rmsi-one to N6w York, and
the NuvrBepjwtmen is to-quy without a head,
for the leosoa that up cue ka beon, designated
nK Ktnnt Mrajomr iixaik
JL Ollnpre nt One or the Queer Chmraetera
In the TThltn Cap Country.
There ore queer characters in tho White
Can sootlon ot Indiana,;, Nearly all tho men
appear to be extremolr. simple, almost rudo, In
their manner of life, of dressing, and In their
ambition. " It ooste'm six bits a day to live."
said n merohnnt down there, ' but my partnor,
who has a wife and children, spends a dollar n
dar. I guess he spends mora on actual living
than any man in my town."
Hiding along the foresVbommcd roads ot
Crawford countr ono day 'the reporter's com
panion chatted llght-heartedlr about whatever
oame Into bis mind. Hla talk waa suohasono
would not hear a Northern man indulgo In
once In-a journey through all the Eastern or
Middle Stales. " I fool that I havo got as
much in mo as any man a-llving," snld ho;
"what I moan Is, that my head is ns good as
any man's head ever was. All it noods is edu
cation and practice. No man's 'hood don't
amount to nothing by Itself, and you take a
right smart man llvlu' dowrfhoro and he might
as well bo Uvln' alono for all the practice ho
gets far his bond. Boadlng is all the practlco
It gets, but somehow I don't get tho right kind
of roadlntffor mo to find out 'zaoklr what mr
hoad Is good for. A man has to find thilt out
by talking to smart -folks llko you nnd read
ing scientific thinks so as he'll nil ot a
Bttddon co mo onto something whoro his hoad
Is better than at nnythlng else. Now, you tako
architecture. I ain't no good at that: nor car
pentering, nor drug storo work. Mnrbs I'm
good for speaking In publlo, but haw can I tell
whon 1 nln't got no chnnco to try, and don't
know nothln' anyhow. Ibellevo 1'vo gotarjght
smart hoad for teaching, but I don't know
nothing to teaoh. My wife says sho novorsaw
any one cut out for a teacher like me, bocanso
I'vo got so much patience, nnd can explain
anything I know or sco naturally the finest 'she
ever see. Whore' my hoad troubles mo the
most, though, is in not having no words to sar
n thing with. There's a natural sight of thiuga
that 1 Know, and I can't say nothlnic about 'em,
beoause.1 ain't got tho right words on the tip
end of my tougoe, lik 1 would II I was edu
cated." However this franc speech may strike tho
reader the man wns a shrewd, lntelligeat.
oarnest man, who hod built up a good business
and un honored namo. What we in New York
would coiiBldor a fault, his too tree, frank
speech, was n delight to him. no might or
mitht not talk so Ingenuously to a fellow citi
zen ot southern Indiana, but ton sympathetic
man, whom he might never see again, and
whom he liked, it wns a pleasure to free his
mind ol much that he had been turning ovor in
it for roars.
" I' e got the best wife yon ovor seo," said ho.
Sho is a Swedo or something llko that Hor
mother was a Swede or Norwayer or Denmark
woman, you understand, but my wife's Ameri
can to the backbone. She la a saving, hard
working, modest Christian woman, goes to
church, ha her pick among the women for
friends, never gossips or quarrels, and just
naturally likes to go out with me once in a
great whllo Inn wagon and get dinner Romo
wheros away from homo. That's the best fun
sho has, andu. like it in her. I'd bo n-scarod
something was wrong with her it uhe
didn't llko fun. Well; now. I'll tell yon
what I done with her when wo was
flrat married. I nln't sorry, neither. Ithougbt
It all over again and again, and. then I up and
I says it to her. ' Look here.' says I. wo're
married, and we can't tell what a day will
bring forth. Now, If it should happen that you
o any one you liked bettor'n mo, and you
should do me a wrong, Whr, I'll tell you now,
once and for all, what id do. I wouldn't git up
nnd etomp around a ten-acre lot.norl wvuldn t
uhoot, nor I wouldn't get no divorce, nor have
no scandal. I'd just give you my houso and
half what money I had, and I'd sell out mr
business, nnd I'd go away. Yon wouldn't want
to follow me nor ever see mo again. I'd take
the children, because you wouldn't bo the like
liest ono of the two to bring up chlldron
"That's what I said to her, knowing she was
the salt ot tho earth, but not knowing what
might happen. Didn't t do right? Pshaw I
she's an angel on earth, that's what sho Is, but
she undorsteod mo."
"Did sho ask rou what was to happen if you
wero ever to blamo?"
"Pshaw, nol Women don't ever ask a man
that Don't know why they shouldn't, thougn.
Tho women folks are getting kinder hlgk
headed. though, ain't thor, nowadays?
Shonldn't wonder If things will stop being so
ono-sldod now, as I hear thev are makln' tholr
own livings' nnd crowding the men. Teach a
woman business and she'll be business, same
as a man."
Do you ever have anr trouble with theso
neighborsot yours? I see they nearly oil oarrr
knives and pistols and are fond ot lighting.
Don't thoy bother yon r"
'ThyyecotwhatIcalltho bloodthlrst," ho
replied. "That's what makes 'em so ornery.
That's what makes white capping and night
riding. .They just naturally like to draw
blood. 'Taint so in northern Ohio nor in Iowa
nor them places where I've been. But horo
tho people Is cursed with tho bloodthlrst
Well, tber did one or two ot 'em try to see
what Id take. One fellow here gets drunk and
lurches up agin you and makes bellovo he did
not mean to. and hits you an awful whaok on
tho back and pretends no's drunk. He done It
to me when I first inovod In from the country.
I Just leaped up and camo down with both
heels on his Instep. 'Ooe whizzes.' says he,
'that hurt. I didn't mean fer to hit you so
hart. ' Gee whizzes!' says I, ' did I hurt-you 1
I didn't moan to.' 'Nether follow that bullies
the placo ho coma up 'nother time, and ho give
me an awful whack. I ohucked htm on his
back almighty quick, and then I helped him
up. and I klndor laughed and I Bays: I didn't
mean to knock you down. You ain't set up very
solid, what would have oome ot you If I had
really stood ur to yon?' No: I don't have anr
trouble, except once in a while, for an adver
tisement for 'em to soe what would happen It I
Wns mad like
sovxaEiar it Acuta ciiicvxt.
Charleston to bs the Winter Resort of tho
Fntrone or the Turf.
CoirrMffiA, Doo. a Tho recent Htato fair
at this place, the gala wook In Charleston, and
tho Exposition in Augusta all coming at the
same time, hao had tho effect ot reviving In
terest In turf matters In the Bonth. The three
events attracted about thirty stables hero, and
most of them have deckled to winter In Charles
ton, where tho foollltles and ollmate are un
surpassed for tho stabling and training of
stock. Thero are two tracks in that olty, with
all tho necessary stable koepers, houses, pad
poces, and pasturage the old "Washington
Jocko? Club courso, one mils, and the now
Wagnor Park, half a mile.
In the olden time tho races at Washington
course wore national events, eomo ot the
greatest flyers in tho ported from IBM) to 1800
avlug made their reoordson It It Is only a
roar ago that tho last of the famous Jockor
Club's Madiera and port; with whloh tho cellars
of the club house were stookod, was sold,
lhe horsemen that havo gone Into wint or
2 natters there propose to make It a permanent
onie, and steps have already bean takon to re
establish a Southern winter; circuit The first
of tho series of moftlngs will take place In
Charleston on Deo. 9 with a six days pro
gramme for purses aggregating tCO.000. Tho
circuit will bo extended ho as to Include Colum
bia, Augusta. Atlanta, Savannah, Macon, and
onoortwoothor Southern clties.nnd the sea
son will be extended from Nov. 1 to Feb. 1 of
onchyear. ltobb Graham of Charleston is at
the hoad of tho new association.
A FIOI1T AVTEIt A VOOTBAZX, OAMB,
Naval Cadets Maddened by the Tannto or
the Bt OTohn's Collego Victors.
Annatolib, Dec. 8. Th football gams at
the Naval Aoademy this afternoon between the
naval cadets and the Bt John's College team
was played with such oxcltement thnt at its
close a ery unuBuol sceno ocourred. About
thirty collouo boys, ranging in agu from 12 to
SO, grouped together and showed tholr delight
at tho second defeat that tholr club had given
the cadots this eeasan. The cadets were an
gered by the same result, and, maddened by
the college cries and taunts, about 100 ot them
formed in a solid phalanx and marched down
on tho St. John's backers.
The coUego boys were rushed about twenty
ynrds, when they made a stand and ono throw
off his coat, aud a, regular set-to began. In
'which eyes were blackened, heads broken,
teeth knocked out. and little boys-ploked up
nud thrown pell moll into tho struggling mass
ot tbelr comrades.
Superintendent Sampson, Commandant Har
rington, and Watchman Qloane Interfered and
stopped tho mdiee. Tho hotter cross of cadets
condemn most strongly tho conduct of tbelr
vchoolmatos, and It Is presumed a formal apol
ogy will b tendered to the St Johns students.
An itivobtigntlon of the affair will be .made by
the Natal Auadumv authorities. ItveuTtof the
game: St Johns, 22; Cadots. fl.
Decided Against tho Democrat.
CnABLMTON. W. Va., Dec. 8,-Tho Countr
Court la the matter of the recount In thla oeaaty, after
harlDf UKununt on Behalf ol Demoerau ana Sepnhll
cau, 0clai4 at noon ICHlay lo take the ordinal count
IWMXf.??1"1 & jweclnota, fa tljrowoarLjwla.
NO COMBDTATION .FUST YET.
TUB AMMUCAtf JOCKKV CLVB DO
CLINKS Nstr xoim's offer.
Tho Old CItio will Hold On to OTerorao Park,
Indeflnltelr TThy Mr. John A; Morris:
Built he New Ban Coarse,
The many stories whloh have of Into boon
printed regarding the absorption of tho Ameri
can Jockey Club br tho Now York Jookey Club,
and whloh have beon very wide of tho mark,
ono paper going so far as to stnto that tho deal
had already boon consummated, were dissi
pated yesterdar when the Executive Commit
tee of tho American Jookey Club met to con
sider tho proposnl ot the New York Jockor
Club. After long and careful consideration of
the offer, the commlttoo decided not to accept
it, and raolng will be oontihuod at Joromo
Mr. William A. Duer, who represents tho
largest lntorost In Jerome Park, sold after tho
"At tho meeting thin morning tho Board
voted not to aocspt tho proposition ot Mr.
Jeromo and his associates. V shall continue
to run nt Joromo Park, notwithstanding all re
ports to the contrary, nnd oxtonslvo iroprovo
montswlllbomnde. A brick wall will bo con
structed from tho railroad terminus up tho
hill to the grand stand, so that discomforts in
wet weathor shall be a thing ot tho past I
w Ihh to Mate that thero Is no truth whatever in
tho edltorlul statements of u morning paper
that wo lost monoy during the past season,
We mndo uionov at both tho (Hiring and full
mootings. Tho tact that wo have lately built
"10 finest betting ring In tho country and
erected Bplondld now stabloB does not look
as though v.o had decided to dosert the his
toric old spot You nluy stnto posltlvoly that
thoro will Do no change."
Mr. John A, Morris ot Thror"a Nock, who Is
tho inoney power bohlm! tho Now York Jookoy
Club, said ton StiK reporter yesterday: "lam
building a now track, and whon It Is finished I
will lenao It to the club, and they are going to
manage It. I Dollovo the Now iork Jockey
Club has no dosha to closo Joromo Park. There
will ba two distinct organizations."
Mr. Morris's father was a popular patron of
the turf, nnd jointly father nnd hon owned a
grent atnblo of thoroughbreds that of old car
rlod tholr sourlot colors to tho front in many a
woll-foughtraco. Mr. Morris Is again colloet
lnu a grout breeding und racing stable Ho
has thirteen highly broil brood mares, tho stal
lion Plovnn, sire of Mr. Morris's lino rneo horso
Britannia nnd halt a dozon two-yenr-olds that
Imo botin nominated for the Double Event and
othor rich stakes to bo run next season. They
are onteml In tlio firm uamo of J. A. A A. II.
Morns, father and eon.
The son Is a likely young fellow who gradu
ated at Harvard nftor a course ot studies that
threatened to undormluo hla health. Ncvt to
study, young Mr. Morris is inclined to sport, a
hnppv combination that comes by inheritance.
The father entered into sports of the turf with
renewed vigor mainly to afford bis son oppor
tunities to recruit his health and strength.
Mr. Morris, Br., says the new traok will bo
ready for company by the Fourth of July. lie
has visited all tho great race courses in the
world, and says that the new course at West
choster will excel tbem nil. Mr. Morris's father
was a famous turfite In his day, and now his
grandson stops in to make tho third genera
tion of patrons of the royal sport
The new course will cost about J 1.000,000.
Mr. Morris desires to enter the Hold without
stepping on anybody's toes, and In a snorts
rnnnllko war. " Thoy will allow mo no dates,"
ho said : " so what am I to do ?"
The solution of this problem will bo watched
with oxceedlng Interest
HErEXTII ItEOISIENT GAHLEX
Four Thousand Persons "IVItness a Splen
did Athletic Exhibition at tho Armory.
Tho myriad gas jots which shimmered In
tho Sovonth Regiment's armory at Park avo
nuo and Sixty-sixth street last evening, when
tho regiment held Its annual athlotio games,
shone upon a scene of dazzling beauty. Four
thousand of New York's best people sat in tiers
about the royal enclosure or promenaded the
outer clrclo while the athletes contended on
tho glistening boards. Qood muslo by the
splendid band' ot tho regiment. enlivened the
occasion. Every woman present, nnd womon
wero largely In tho majority, was exquisitely
Llout-CoL George Moore Smith, Corporal F..
W.Jnnsen. Corporal J. E. Schuyler, and Cor
poral E. Dutcher saw that everything went
smoothly. Oeorgo Ooldle officiated as starter
und Fred Burns ns announcer. The results of
the various contests were:
One humlred an'l thlrty.yard ran. eoratch, for the
championship of theregtmsot: U. Jaeqaelln. Company
O, win by nTeyanlt: U. U. WMto. Oempany D. aecond.
J. P. Thornton, Company U. ana Oeraia Schnyltr, Com
paoy U, alio competed.
Half mtie walk, acratoh, won by William UoKee, Com
panr li; b. irothlnxham, company It, aecond. Time,
4 minutes I teoond. FrothUxuein lei for two laps,
when MeKee went en and won earUy.
Four hnnurtd and fertr.rara rnn, handicap, won br
J. 1. Thornton, Comuany 0. eoratch; K 11. Orarr. Cora,
panr 11, 12 yards, icoond. Ttme, SO aecond. Thla
etent waa beautlfnlly conieited from itart to tlnlih.
lntftr company tug-of-war uteur men. 650 pounds), won
by Company I'. Hsbert Macet. Captain; w. u. JCetchum,
W. O. Coatea lllohard Demlnr-
One rnUe bioyele raoe, scratch Harbart Janea, Oonv
pany I, led all the war and won Jtr focty yards, 0. J.
Anus, Company K, seosBd. Time, a mlautea 63f sec.
NinctT'thrce-yar d run, won by II. O. Jonee ef Company
o br two yards. . fi. Martin, Company n, aesend.
Winner's lime, lots' eeoonda.
One thousand yaid run. handteap- 0. 7, fllreerl Oom
panr B, won by tea yards In U minutes, 3M! sacaada.
This Is the best rscord tor the armory, W. if. Ueore,
Company I. & yarda. ssoond.
Bsck luce. Si Tarda scratch. J. O. Westlnke, Ccrapa
nr B, won by a few Inehss front C. L. Jaaquelln, Com
pany a. Time B aeconds.
1 wo hundred and twssty yards hurdle, handicap.
O. p. JSottwick. Company n, a yards, won by 0 Tarda,
c. s. fincae, Company T. IA yards, seoond; O. A. lie
mans. Company y, 15 yards, third. Time. 2 seconds.
One-ratio walk, handicap Y. A. Ware. Company B.
scratch, won. But one opponent. Thomas McLeuand,
Company Ii 63. second. Time, 7 mluutea, S3 seconds'
22u yards run. handicap a U. Jaoqualu. Company o.
Are yards, wonoleverlr br three yards; Gerald fchur.
ler. Company a, three Tarda, seoond. Time. 20X seconds.
lalt mile run, scratch, for roalmental cup. for those
who hajenaTarwona prize la any manioc race Alex
aadsr Stereos, Company r won eaaUr br so yards:
time, minutes 30 ascouda. Herbert Janes, Compear i.
Wneelaarrow raea. handicap, twiee around the ar
mor ft B. ttuua. Company yards, won by three
yards i r. B. Crarr, Company O, yards, seoond. Time
One nuiemn, handicap Won hv r. It. Irrlnr. Cem
aany K, 100 yarda Time minutes 45 seceuda. r.
.Veres, Company H- lop yarda second. Oeorre aubert
- quit when he saw that he oonli not win.
J wee lsned race, handicap, once around the enaorr
won br CT U Jacguelln andO. a Duho. Oompanr r.
yards;T. Owrn. Comranr E, an3 L. E. Lahana, (Joav .
pany K. 0 yards, second. Ttme tH seconds.
Two-mil trloycle race, handicap. 0. T. Burhaos.
Company B, eoratch, won br Oyardsi Herbert James.
Company 1. 73 yards, seconO. Time, minutes n-i eo
enda w. . Vllee. Company n, 6 yarla, the enly other
tarter, fell near the Snlib, and wea badly ahaken up.
Team raca, soratoh. four laps Oompanr It's teem
on, r. A. Ware nnlshlnt flrst, 07 O. OUbartiecend, and
W. C. White eighth, making eleven points, the highest
In the ooursa of the evening the atbletlo club
of the regiment presented Sergeant Waldo
Hprague with a beautiful gold watcn,
Tho 1.1st orlXcrerees.
Theso referees wero appointed In eases ia
the State connate thla city last weoki
Xy Judol Amlraii.
Lexow ait. runaaan...,,, N, jr Waterhury,
WnltOldart Slsllnd vf. A. fcelley.
Kayos art Kayee Ild. H Sakln.
ok aab Lttdle - J, U.Lookwooo'.
Valentine ait. Brady 1'. P, l'or i tee.
Matter at llarrT il. Ii O'Cmnrtn
Cornish agt Beekman H Ii. J. yreedmaB.
alatlerof Camerou IlaroM JJ. Smith,
O'Connor agL Carrlgan....... I'hlloT. Buggies.
Harneld art. Ilarfleld The jj, Clarkson.
Doelger ait Mercer Thomae t. Uusted.
Claphnm f t Oakley Allan UoCulloh.
Beuter wgt. Hauler A. L Sanger.
Miller. Ac. agt. Wilier.,..: John llTjudge.
Cachet agt Hurphr erdluand Kurrmaa,
llsrt agt. Marks (three cases), ...Geo. r. Laagtisln.
Tbeologloal Seminary, 1c., agr.
Wise W. a Holbrook.
Chase agt. Miller, Gilbert M. Spelr.
Timmlns agt. Tlinmlns I). A. Speliesr.
Clark agt. (.lark U L. Van Alias.
Bryan aga rhompson , O. W. rrancls.
Welsh agt. The Mayor Merrla W. liart
first National Bank or Danville
est. N. V. btik Mrs. Co a. M. Bpelr.
Embury agi. brake w. V. Mary.
Ceeoro agt. Cesaro Herman bUefeL
MatterorMcek N. J. Weterburr.
WiUgerodt agt..Wlllgerodt ,V. W. DlehL
bulllVdn agt. ood Vf, Irremore.
Jarnou aft nice. .. ,H. A. Ilumbleion.
Washington Mte Insuranoe Co,.. Judge Chas Mlehllnr.
l.ottet. Ulna a. if. VanderooeL
China aud Japan Trading Caigt ,M0"P"1-
Uurre Ernest HaU.
Downing ajt. fliher J H. V. Arnold.
Klnrtiaud agt. Klnirsland ..p. IJ. Ogieq.
IVickwoud agt. Tunner (2 cases). John II. Judce
Sturgesagt Osborn William Bronsi
McKesson agt yield n. '. Kusatn.
Pturresaut agull. S. Trust 0o,,0 V. MaoUan.
Lange agt Lange.. William Elnolalr.
a JJy Aidae iorenca.
?. S Trust Co. agt Dugao... W. Larrsmore.
ook art Indwlg ,7j.... ,.J. Bookwood.
Matter ot Townsen X. M. Dltlenheefer.
tj Juitgi Barreu.
Seaman agt MacKulgut a a Orana.
J) Judgt rruaa.
IfawUi a, radmer ,,.B.W, Franklin.
ilUla agt. Oarneey ,,.,", W. IX WUiSl
Ueraaro agt Ulumentha J, iTMcCulky,
lit Jutfit ran Btaim.
Undo agt Brasnder, , T. A. Ransom.
HtnltUaal Hmllli, ... , n.tajel'.i?;
.hn ag'.lluilib.. :. .'. . Wa ton . SlnrraL
v.esber aft UatcLeW)r,,,,.. ,1 IL M. Wjriaiu
UeKhertagt Devi .....'....KugenVa liea.
tauaraon agt ;NMbr.,.j,U& rK rarrelL
itRWB irnoM xna FATnrjttAXD.
Frtaee ItlBmnrcK TTHI Protect OenaM In
terests In Africa,
cvrrrt'At, isss, oy uu koo rnrt Auotiau ma.
Bbtvlin, Dec. 8. Tlio Itoicbstajr adjourns
on Deo. 15 and will roassomble nbout tho mid
dle ef January. The orlttonl situation In Hast
Africa, whero tho Arabs aro wiping out tho
German colonists, will force moro amnio ex
planations of aormnny'B. poller than Bismarck
Intended. It is reported that tho Chonoellor
may come hlmsolf to the Itolohstng on Thurs
day to disclose his scheme for tho restoration
of German lnduonce.
The Chancellor feels the atlmulua of the ex
citement that is spreading throughout Ger
many, nnd la determined to protoot the com
mercial flog throughout tho coded territories
There is a strong and growing party InUho
Itoichstng which advocates the purchaso of the
East Africa Company's rights br the Govern
ment and the subsequent formation of military
posts to guard the colonists nnd trodors. A
white book issued to-day blames the corn parly's
administration on productive1 of disaster.
Writing oarlv in Octobor to the German Con
sul nt zutizlbar. rrinco Ulsmarak said:
" The company ought to havo hotter rospoct-
...9 .1. ..ntlnnH, ....A. ...I I A..B 'll... Mai,!...... ......I.,
tu havo been treated judiclouslr. Tho Sultan
is seeking to mako both thenatlvos and tlio
A' consular report Bars tho ArabB havo
thrown off tho Sultan's nttthority. Emporor
Willinm is making a special study of events In
East Africa, tho conditions of wnrfaro thoro,
what force would bo required, nnd how fnr
operation should extend.
Tho Chancellor has sent Lieut. Wlismann to
Brussels to Interview King Leopold with refer
ence to the proposod Itelulnn ovpodltlon to
Central Africa. Princo llfiinarek nsks King
Leopold to presldo ovor tho International
Pla err Conference, displacing tho Papal Pros
ident Ucports eun-ent to-night refer to a plnn of
the -Last Africa Compnny to recruit n volunteer
force of 2.500 men, under the npprovnl of the
Government, for service in the Interior, whllo
the regular forct occupies selected coast posi
tions. The health of tho Emperor hnt, so lmprovod
that hn la preparing to go on Wednesday on a
shooting expedition In Hnnovor. Tho journey
(lepondtton tho weather. hlH doolors advising
him to avoid exposure to severe cold, although
his recent symptoms ot otitis havo been re
moved. Tho olllcluls within tho Emporor'a
clrole aro mado to foel tho influence ot his pain
and confinement In his intense irritability and
constant demands for unnecessary work.
Tho Latin Loaguo. which alma to dotnoh
Italy from tho trlplo alliance, is nowoponly cd
yooated by Spanish politicians, both Monarch
ist nnd .Republican.
The TJIrnlncham Traced? e Triple One.
BmsmoHAU, Ala., Deo. 8. Tho body of
Mrs.IIawo3 was found to-day. Thoro Is also
evidence that her other child has boon mur
dered, thus making tho murdor a trlplo one.
Mrs. Hawes's body was nt the bottom of tho
lake nt Lake View Park, weighted down with a
quantity of railroad Iron. The woman's hoad
had been crushed in br a blow wltii an nxo.
Hhe waa murdered nnd nor bodrplacedia tho
lake last Saturday night R. It Hawes. who is
charged with tho murder ot bis daughter, and
now ol his wife. Is in jalL When told of tho
finding of. his wife's body he did not change
color, and had little to sar. Tho people nre
mueb exalted, and art attempt to lynch the,
prisoner will probably U made before morning.'
Blakelock nnd Jlmsnr Mitchell to Fight
PrcrLADEXPniA, Doc-& Ed Holske nnd Arthur
Chambers deposited 23 with the sporting editor ef the
Press to-night a forfeit tor a right to be arranred be-
Iwsea Sam Blakelock, the English pugilist, and Jlmiur
Utobell or this olty. The Rant Is to take place wllbn
two months, before a limited number of spectator, fer
toco aside, open te Sl.OOU a side. Mamma o( Queen
berry rulea to govern; the men to meet outside of this
State within et week and sign artlolee of agreement
DIAMONDS ADO IH
Wo call the attention of pnrchas
ers of Holiday Preaonta to our ele
gant stock of Diamonds, Btibies,
Emeralds and Sapphires, set in com
binations of Diamonds in every
unique and elegant design. Being
importers of precious stones and
having them cut under our own
supervision enables us to produce
the best cut stones and matched
pairs in the United States. Having
no duty to pay on these precious
stones in their rough state and no
profit to pay to importers, wo can
sell at least 35 per- cent, lower than
any one in tho1 trade. We havo
also a fine assortment of Watches.
Solid Gold Watches, largo sizes, for
gentlemen, $45 and $55.
Solid Silver Watches, large-sizes, for
gentlemen, $12 and $15.
Solid Silver Watches for boys, $9
and $12. '
Solid Gold Watches for ladies and
misses, in etched, ohased and deco
rated cases, $15, $20, and $30.
Goldsmith & Company,
mroBntna aud ourrEsa or
B KITE DtETJ, CO JBATTON OAKDDl.
OPEN EVgNHVeas TJNTII. P.
I(m6tavie CK3 Co
A flao assortment of
For the HOLIDAYS, In
Camel's Hair, Armures, Serges,
STEIPED, PLAID, ANDOHEOKED
Tho above wlU be pUeed on a
SEPARATE! COUNTKtt uaH marked
JotcoidwoLu c& ijl&dt.
LOW-Sleek eUer:lor. Dee. 4, Mib tu auaArTXi
liberal rewati ii, Kimihlt. Jla Kaei iWtbiC
PogutTBOOK eoeUlalaa a eenalterabi aneauiet
nuuter. est Urns autstieaea Muiticiuer ui
sjBiyilfiraalj0 Uuf!C """" "WW- Wai
TinTAT i.ipk, rar.RT, an an ten.
'IIICHtABTIC TtKTRnMINAi;iOIV TO
HVCCEKII IN -F.NINtl PATjltONAOR
ASD rUItUC CONFIDBNbfi CAN
Attmirvr. is Fiti.i.Y hiiuwn my
tiib urn: at cnoAviiH TiiAfr daily
lalTO FIN AVItAT THKT VANT, AT
THE MUCKS TXIKY "WAMbL AT TUB
TMULV POPVI.AU NEW UTfaT GOODiJ ,
HofcHn or r I
JIL TMBSDELL& CO,
20 West 1 4th St.; 1 9 Wet 1 3th St. '
TnH GREATEST SALE OFM SEASOM
ws orntrt on onr cocftTHit tku n mo bead.
Tiruii Giiis at ana. kaoii. .ii iiuf.at Cor.
l.M'TIDX CONTAIS'H 6)e, il ANU fl UO AH.
TICI.Ka.ANIl AT THE UNIIRAip.nl' PRlCR TfIl.E
H11IM1 TUOUSA.ND3 Of 1'l.lIAWJJ BUYBUS TO TUll
Thealties weofler are atmnlntel asrrepresentM. I
CKANI) 0rP0RTITNa"fY TO I'Cla-
uiiasb riNii iiANiif lincitinrM,
. Mp lnen I.aillea' f Ins Sliee Linen limbrolileret
IIA.Nt)KBr.CIIII,lS,0."e.worlHil0, 75c, anil SI.
II ilesen LaUles'Terr llnest Hear Linen Kmtiroli.
ere.l UASlliKKUClllEFH. nevesola lisa than U.3A
flno, and?1.7.ti cholonne. '
hleaant valuea In IIA.NDKBIfUlint'n atSes.. lOe..
lAo., Ills. f
Laillea1 and nentleitien'e tnltfol llANDKlsrtRlirr.rif,
Sllkand Linen. Hllk MUFFLKJK SOr, tawa.aOfnn
O Za O jSL KiL iB
We are readjr to close eevrel recent purehasee ia s
CLUAKH. Lone? end short smreiiv Kermenta vers
Vju m to JB5 00. noic ol IS.onio S40.VO. TMiormnde
JACHP.TU ami McinJt.b)KAK, jvcre JH.O) to t2iJ; now
8H.OIJ to (MO.OO. T
Ureal Tallies In 1'lsln anl Pancr Cloth NEWilAtt.
KKTH, lu prlcra trom SH.94 to BZO.OO.
beal Plush HACQUES at ojarter oft
rpuoi.TrJix noniiH. .
Read theolTerlnirs In IIMri:nir:s and COItTALNBl
Turoeman rOKTIBltRS Jt Ol.aHi worth ts.
Turcoman rottTlKltha sa.Si north ts.5a
''pe'-lal Turcoman l'ORril;iti:u, enetlan border, a
SO.MSi wort7. T
urlenfal Cbeellle roirlKUBR, with Dado and all.
around borders, at Sa.OB worth IW
Our lirlvsro natteni sella l'ullTlERES, In newest
colon, at 37,eS Hortl U. '
KlersntJKLACB CUIJTAISfl forORe.
S3i pairs french Gull ire LACU CU11TAINS at 81.09 1
worth X1K ,
At lets tLsn hair pri. Jno pnlrs Brassele I.AOE OUfU
TAfNsi. altualTaluetf; will fe sold at fcn.S.
km vit.Ni ltL'as, -cjm, si.uei aausu, ui.t3i 3x7A
PltOMPT ATTKNTION TO IIAIL
Out of town trade'who care to order H"rl dorenleta
et the tfeat s ils In Indlea' linen lawn II A.VDKEKClllKKg
at USe. and ItOe. un rest aiitiircd tUey are loToty icooda
at leas than Iial value.
Cbtrchfatre slid dealera aupplUd nt wholesale, p TTa
adTlm maatnir seleotlnna froutlie USa. oounter eaxljr
In the dar berore the treat urturnor ncrointaure throngs
Inctlieoonuter and making "elections irom tnlssttja.
dertul aieonniont or pretty iltta
HOSIERY AND VfinETtyTEAJUi
Creat sales In HOKIURV end CXDKKWEAIt.
Ladlef natural wool VKSIR and DRAWERS, AOa. i
aid tlBc.i worth OTc. ami U.-W w i
LaJlea' white all wool Vh.iTS and DttAWP.RB, OOe. i M
educed from S1.15. ","" I
nA.'&CStri Kfaln In llen'ai amel Ualr sniRTSanJ
.DKAtVEIta. S1.3.l weresi.O.. I
DRESS GOODS AND SILZ3
Marked sucecu at onr BILE 8ALK.
so pieces SATiy.Sie.
Onleeeeie-lneh I'i.l'SH. S1,0.
IKS piece. l)5c. iualitj' I'LUnli. lu Irishes. OOc ,
IIO onalltjr colored RIIAmMK, TOO. ,
26 plec-i Pari. KLAUK SII.K at prices tinder value.
TtriiiRhss I'ATTKK.NS rtl.fts tii 87.00 tact, ton
will pay tflliO tn l"15 fur s.Tine Taluca
40 elrirant French UKKsU I'ATTKRNa SS.4.8 eacbl
were flit and f.I0 each i ' I
We place ou sale our entire stock ot DUE63 OOODO I
at rreatly reduced prices. I
DOLI.H BIVKS AWAY, H
MIODS THAT VVAU IVaJKIb H
With ererr pilr ef RIIOEH sehl WB WILL PnCSEMT 1
arery praUr60lli:NT DOLL. 21 IOllPB IN'LBNQTII. II
250 pairs Ladles' RUOK.H, Ooat Foud. Domro'a Top, I
Patent Leather Ills worth rxSO; our price C3.?a 1
durinir sale i
am i,alrs Ladles' FELT SLIPPERS, worth SI an! I
II.SJ; 4e, I
aoo pairs ladles' M HID nUTTOir, Common Bent E
and Opera Toe. Cor 81.S8. A
va pairs Ljdles' Paris KID RDTTOlf. Hand Welts.
Common Seu.e and Opera Toe, 09.08 1 worth ZS.
Pull line Mlaes' and Cblldrrns Pine SIIOKa. 4
Oil EAT SALE OFJ.IN'KNH ANIt TTODSB
ono dozen Satin Damask NAPKIMl 45c. and TflTe.
lo dozen natin Diunask At'Kl;,H, OSc.i erortk
l.sn: ae nee.
LlNIsS Tow-BLI.IMd. o lte. sod nn. OIiABS TOW
Ei.LI.1ll, 1 1.3e. end np. i i i '.
Complete assortment Jersey. xUd,erTJwd.' Oiera,
Basket aud Btrlped rLANxriLS.
10-4 Caliromlu IIUMKRI.S, 03I.D8.
I oate CA.NTON PLAMtEU 4 tt4c.
10 cases 4 4 llLl'.AOllKD HUril.l.N. 4. 3-c,
10 cases Pralt ot Loom end Lonsdale. O aawls.
BTOHK OPEX nVBKIltaS UNTIICIIRIsTMAa
SO WaEST E4Tlg ST.
I lew love!
Asthor ef "She," "Kiig fykmtis
Mlses," kt, &e, j
TE M has Lkd
r ' a
frem Mr. hmA the gxcIqto
right for serial poljication io
the United States o this now
novel anil the opif cliap te
will appear in m SBIDiT
SUM of BECEHBE1Y 800l
ut gurtl '"7 J
QUrT0Cf. J.) BACKS.
, MONDAT. trj!PNBD,r.Ll MIPAT.
.Trains Live loel of ChamoereCv. and i4 st. Veer
Tori. atO. II. IilOiilAJ. rreaidtta.
JAMBS MeOOWAH. gretarr!r rrsaesa
" ' ' ' - -. i. .f .. -. . . m
ffiin SKWAIID WILL UB PAlDoponmeretarsef s)
Sf.V V1 Hlk ooreet wllha fceoolUr fasle'nla
(U. l.) caloa deuobalile corset Jup. left n the ein aW
elsTaiaa EaiurdaT. p,o. I abonlloTl. V. i
CAL3MBT FAHTE.Nt Cu, 7 Laecard it A
A WRBT OtAM let Moendrllnd leatHsf beltui tn
ui """g' a. ILimufa. it Peatfst.
COPPKWtATS rjtSU-O.Ilerderi Ma
LAUltDM Machlnsry, cJiclete eajtflta for hanl
r tiean laundries. pf Ckt A COM. Leya.
as. trmMmr. t 1