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Forecast for "Virginia: Showers;
southerly winds; warmer la northern
Can find that
leak in your roof.
Roanoke Roofing and Metal Cornice Co.,
Commerce St. und Franklin Koad.
J. E. COLLINGWOOD,-Manager.
- 'Phone 228.
fine box candies.
31 nil Orders (liven Prompt Attcnliou.
CUT FLOWERS AT MARKET PRICES.
'PHONE 193. Night Bell.
AM) T1IK REST IN AMEUICA
FOB TilK PRICKS.
All the Delicacies of the Season
Served tit reasonable prices.
Tint '1":1111.? Im always supplied
with the heHt that iti tu ho
had in tin- markets.
" The only IteHtaiirant In the city
with a separate Dining Room for
Meal Tickets, 21 Meals, $4.
Monthly Board $15.
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco and Pipes.
(Any Old Thing Won't Do )
THE PLANT 1 Continued to grow (in favor.)
Six for 2.5c.
<;<>!.l> SKA Li! A golden emoke, indeed. 5c
SARAROSO! Holds an enviable reputation.
TRUE WORTH I Kightly named. The newest
ottt. 5r straight.
KOS.SUTHI Needs no introduction. 5c Straight
LAMBI.L! Flncet of tlavors and sweet. lUc,
three for 26c.
OHUM8I Also a dr.lightfnl smoke. 10c,:i for2Ic.
i t l'l.OK DK llOTKI. KOANOKK! Some?
thing new and good. 10c,.'! for 25c.
SII.VKK GRAYS! The very beat Cigar in Hoa
nokc. 15c, 2 for 25c.
IM I'EH I An assortment that will tdcase vou.
OIGARRTTKS! All the leading brands.
TOMACCOS ! The choicest mixtures.
GBNTI.KMKN, sec the largest caeeof smokers''
sundries In the city.
CHRISTIAN-BAWBEE DRUG STORE
A. I). RICK, Trustee,
N. B.?Smoke from our Cigars is not diengree- j
able, so the ladies must ttop and enjoy the Flow?
ers while waiting for the street cars.
And ask you to
come in and look
over one of the
Ever exhibited in
jy/? Goods sole.-ted now will ho cheer?
fully reserved lor future delivery?by
making small deposit.
jg5*~AVrlto for Illustrated Ciitiilojriie of
Silver Novelties. Mailed Free.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Qradnato Optician,
No. 6 Salem Avenue.
Freo of Charge.
A NORTH CAROLINA TRAGEDY
A Desperado Resists Arrest and
is Killed by a Sheriff.
Jesse Bann, a Notorious White Man, Es?
caped From Jail by Filing tbe Bara,
and Swore He Would Kill Any Officer
Attempting Ilia Arrest?Sheriff Soott
Met Him ?nd Had to Shoot Him.
Raleigh, N. C, Nov. 25.?A special
to the Newa and Observer from Golds
boro says: At the September term of
Wayne county superior court JesBe W.
Buna, a notorious white man, widely
known and feared throughout the
county, was convicted of a criminal
offense of an incestuous nature and sen?
tenced to tweivo months imprisonment.
Soon after his ion visited him in jail
and conveyed to him a file. Within a
few days thereafter, and when only
about ten days in jail, Bunn filed his
way out and made good his escape car?
rying another prisoner with him.
Sheriff Soott made several attempts
to surround Bunn with a poaBO, but
without effect. Bunn swore that be
would kill any officer who should try to
arrest him. Yesterday the sheriff drove
out near Bunn's home, and soon saw his
man driving along the road with his
wife and son. Sheriff fccott called to
him to surrendor, but his only roply was
a persistent effort to get his gun levelled
on the olllcor, who, from his buggy,
calmly watched the gun of Bunn as it
came on to a deadly aim, and then the
Bunn returned the fire, and then
dropping his gun grabbed his pistol, but
fell back doad before he could ubo it,
the pistol falling from his hand in the
road some thirty foot from where the
gun fell. Bunn's foot, in falling, got
caught In the springs of the road cart
and his body hung dangling head down?
ward. The sheriff was to-day fully ex?
onerated by tho coroner's jury.
Shot His Wire and Himself.
cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 25 ?Bushrod
Kolcn for several yoars has done little
but drink whiskey and loiter about
saloons. a fow weeks ago his wife
obtained a divorce from him. Thlsaf-.or
i.ojn, while drunk, ho met his wife on
too street, and shot her in the temple.
He then shot himself in the head. Mrs.
Kelch died at tho hospital, and Kelch
will probably recover.
A Youthful Murderer's Story.
Alliance, Ogn., Nov. 25. ? Lloyd
Montgomery, the lS-year-oid boy ac
cused of murdering his father and
mother and D. B. McKercher, has made
a statement to the effect that the latter
killed his father and mother and that
be then killed McKercher. The police
do not believe this story and say they
expect Montgomery to make a confes?
sion, admitting that he committed all of
Heavy Snow in the Southwest.
Kansas Citt, Mo., Nov. 25.?Snow is
falling hard, and at some points traffic
will probably be interfered with If the
storm continues. 8peolais from Hayes
City, Coffeyvillo and Independence,
Kansas, say the storm has almost
reached the dimensions of a blizzard.
At Guthrie, Oklahoma, one of the hard?
est snowstorms ever known there is pre?
Breckenrldge Will Bun For Congress.
Lohisvilt k, Nov. 25.?a special to tbe
Post, from Frankfort, says: Col W. C.
P. Breckenrldge, of Lexington, it is now
understood, will make the race for Con
gross in the seventh dlBtrlct next year.
It is said that he has told his friends
that he will make the race and that ho
expects to win. During the late cam?
paign Col. Breckenrldge stumped the
district for the Democratic Stato ticket
and everywhere drew immense crowds.
Bannlgnn Committed to the Asylum.
New Yokk, Nov. 25.?David F. Han
nigsn, who was acquitted last Thursday
night of the murder of Solomon H.
Mann, on the ground of insanity, was
brought before Justice Ingraham to?
day. The court denied the motion of
oounsel for defense to discharge Hanni
gan and committed him to the State
asylum for the insane at Poughkeepsle.
Ho will be examined In the regular way
by the asylum physicians and It pro?
nounced sane his discharge will follow.
Still Talking About a Fight.
Galvkston, Texas, Nov. 25.?Mar?
tian Julian said last night: "There will
be a fight January 10 either between
Corbett and Fitzslmmons or Maher and
Fitzslmmons, and it will take place
three and one-half miles from Bl Paso.
Stuart leaves Dallas to-day for New
York, whore he will Bign Corbett or
Insurgents Win n Big Battle.
New York, Nov. 25.?The Cuban Junta
to-night gives out the news of a fierce
battle in Cuba between 10,000 Spaniards
and 7,500 Cubans, in which the Cubans
were entirely victorious. The news was
suppressed by Spanish authorities In
A Snowstorm in Texas.
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 25.?A telegram '
from Shorman, Texas, says a blinding
snowstorm raged there since 9:30 a. m. !
and Increases in force. The tempera?
ture is falling and live stock in this
section Is In bad shape. Heavy losses
are expected. It is snowing two hun?
dred miles south of here.
Palmer Defeats Flimmer.
London, Nov. 25.?Before tho Na?
tional Sporting Club to-night "Pedlar"
Palmer defeated Billy Pllmmer In tho
contest for tho 112 pound championship
of the world, the battle lasting fourteen
a French Writer Dead.
Paris, Nov. 25?Arthur Arnould, the
French llteratnur, and formerly a mom
ber of the Commune, is dead. He was
born April 17, 1833. Ho was the author
of a number of books.
A FATBEH'S TEBKIBLE OBIHE.
Herman Dattenhaft Kills Bit Children
New York, Nov. 25.?Herman Hat?
tenhaft, physical lnatruotor, killed his
two children and himself in Brooklyn
yeeterday. lie lived in Oreene avenue
with bia wife and two children, the lat
ter very young. Me went out In the
afternoon, taking the children with
him. When he had not returned at
midnight hla wife started out to look for
The doors of the gymnasium where
Hattenhaft was employed were found
looked and were battered in by the
police. They found father and children
lying dead. The two children bad been
shot and killed by their father, who
then shot blmself.
The bodies were cold, and the pro
sumption Is the triple tragedy occurred
during tbe afternoon. Hattenbaft had
boen despondent for some time, prob?
ably because of business troubles.
Twelve years ago he was a pugilist and
was well known In Brooklyn aa an ath?
lete, lie was at one time Instructor In
the Brooklyn Athletic Club.
The bodies of the two children wore
found in a closet used for vapor baths,
where tbo little ones bad been playing
while living, probably having been first
made Insensible with chloroform. Into
a box a tube connecting with the gas
pipe was Inserted. The children had
died of asphyxiation. The wife and
mother is so prostratod with the grief
that It Is feared oho cannot recover.
Ia intervals between fainting spells
Mrs. Hattenhaft said that there bad
been no difiioulty between herself and
her husband, and that she thought h?
must have become temporarily deranged
over business troubles, of which she had
beard him speak on several occ&slonB.
So far as she know3, however, he had
never threatened to take hla life or do
bodily harm to any member of the fam?
ily. Hattenhaft, although an ex?pugll
lst, bore a good name.
M'KINLEV FOR PRESIDENT.
Sonator Thurston, of Nebraska, Sayn Ho Is
Solid in tho West.
Nkw Yohk, Nov. 2:1.? Senator John
M. Thurston, of Nebraska, Is at the
Fifth Avenuo Hotel. In an lntervlow
to-day ho said: "Tho Republicans of
Nebraska aro for McKinley for the next
Presidential candidate first, last and all
tbo time. The strength of the Ohio man
in tho WeBt comes from tho fact that
the working people believe in blm.
They know that under the McKinley
law they wore getting more pay than
than they aro getting now. Business
was, generally speaking, better. They
are satisfied that McKinley had some?
thing to do with it, and they want to
vote for blm for President."
"Do you think that tbe Republicans
will be able to organlzo tho United
State Senate at the coming session?"
the Senator was asked.
'?Yob," ho replied. "I believe we will
be strong enough to assume control. I
have been In Washington for a week
and can say at the opening of the Sen?
ate the Republicans will start and re?
organize that body. I believe that all
of the Populist members will vote with
the Republicans this session."
Catholics and Proteitants Differ.
Montreal. Quo., Nov. 25.?The case
of tho Canada Revue against Arch?
bishop Fabor for 850,000 damages
through putting the paper under the
ban of the churoh came up for judg?
ment in the court of review this morn?
ing. Judges Talt, Tascheroaux and
Archibald presided. The two former,
both Catholics, woro unanimous in de?
ciding that the bishop had the right to
condemn any paper that spoke con?
trary to the teachings of the Catholic
Church. Judge Archibald, a Protestant,
dissented and gave the Canada Revue
810,000 on the grounds that tbo bishop's
action was unjustifiable Interference.
An appeal will be taken.
Alexandria Oounty Gamblers Sentenced.
Alexandria, Nov. 25.?In the county
court this morning tho cases against the
Heaths for setting up and running a
gambling house were disposed of. Jack
Heath, Sr., was discharged, Charles
Heath was fined 8100 and sentenced to
two months In jail, and Ed Heath,
though not present in court, was given
the same sentonce. The other men who
were implicated in the recent raid wore
fined $50 oacb and sentenced to serve
ten days in tho county jail. The sen?
tences imposed are far below tho limit
set by law, and as Governor O'Ferrall
had given it out that he would see that
the accused got the full limit, there is a
probability that the cases may be re?
Marylanders Going to Atlanta.
Baltimore, Nov. 25.?The Maryland
delegation ti the Atlanta exposition
will leave hero over tbe Seaboard Air !
Line Wednesday evoning to participate |
In the Maryland day exercises, Decem-!
ber 0. The party will comprise the
governor and his staff, tbe mayor and
city counoll of Baltimore, and members
of the Merchants' and Manufacturers'
Association of Baltimore, with a mili?
tary escort of over 1,000 men. They
will go by boat to Portsmouth, Va.,
where they will take four speplal trains
of Pullman cara over tbe Seaboard Air
Line. Most of the delegation will leave
Atlanta on their return trip on Satur?
day night. It is intended to make tbe
return trip a fine demonstration of
Maryland's development in the South.
A Leper Discovered tn New York.
Nkw York, Nov. 25.?A leper, In
whom the diseaso was well advanced,
was found in the stroet to-day. He was
taken to tho oflloas of the health board
and examined by Dr. C. F. Benedict, of
the bureau of contagious diseases. Dr.
Benedict ordored the man sout to tho
Reception Hospital. The man said ho
was Fito Delbo and that ho came hero
several months ago. Lately he has
beea living In tbe tenement, 32 Cherry
Leading I'ianoa and Organs.
Lindkman, Marshall & Wendell and
Jacob Brothers pianos, Bstey and
Palace organs are leaders, and Bold only
by Hobblo Music Co.
MANHATTAN DAY AT ATLANTA
GranrJ Parade From the City to
the Exposition Grounds.
Thousands Greet Mayor Strong and
President Low. of New York?The
Occasion One of the Most Brilliant
of the Exposition?The Distinguished
Yisltora Make Patriotic Addresses and
Praise Atlanta's' Enterprise.
Atlanta, Ga , Nov. 35.?Although
the morning opened in gloom, the clouds
soon lifted and before noon New York
day had reoorded itself as one of the
most brilliant of the many elaborate
oooasions that have been celebrated In
Atlanta since the Cotton States and In?
ternational Exposition opened. The
formalities bogan with the massing of
the Governor's Horse Guard of Atlanta,
the Gate City Guard of Atlanta and a
squadron of the New York troops at the
Aragon Hotel to esoort Mayor Strong
and Presldont Seth Low, the orator of
the day, to tho Exposition grounds.
The pageant aa it moved out Peaoh
tree street betweon lines of admiring
Atlantlaus, was a brilliant one and
evoked onthuBlastlc cheers along the
route. Inside the grounds Beveral
thousand people were assembled to
welcome tho cavalcado, which movod
from the main entrance to the New
York building, where the exercises of
the day occurred. In the Empire State
building tho ceremonies were opened
with prayer by Dr. D. H. Parkor Mor?
gan, chaplain of Squadron A. Brief
welcoming speeches were then made by
Mayor King, of Atlanta, and President
Collier, of the Exposition, after which
Mayor Strong, of Now York, spoke.
The mayor began by calling attention
to tbe significance of the day which was
the same as the annlvorsary of tbe low?
ering of tho British flag over Gotham,
long celebrated in New York as "Man?
hattan Day " He told his hearers that
the heart of every momber of every
financial institution in the city of New
York beats in sympathy with the llttlo
colony of New Yorkers hero to-day and
"Bonds greetings to you for the magnifi?
cent enterprise that you, tho peoplo of
Atlanta have originated and brought to
Buch magnificent culmination.
"On this day, too, every merchant of
tho city of New York, and her citizens
generally, j tin in celebrating with the
citizens of Atlanta and tho oltizens of
the cotton States, and through ua they
tender to you their joyous greetings
and bid you Goa speed in your great
work. Hereafter whatever transpires
either in your locality or ours must
have such a common Interest that we
can all acknowledge It sb if it wero our
own. Our political and geographical
advancement.must bereaf tar be, in (act
as well as In name, that of States i"d
not of sec lions. We have learned from
actual observation the story of your ma?
terial progress. Let us hope that from
a manly clasping of hands, a straight
look into each other's common heart?
beat, we demonstrate a common pride in
a oommon country, and more than all a
sentiment which makes us friends and
President Seth Low, of Columbia,
next delivered tbe oration of the day.
In concluding bin address Mr. Low said:
"Heartily New York wishes that there
may be no end to tho prosperity of the
South, for she is sure that your pros?
perity Is the prosperity of the entire
country and that your advance In civil?
ization, whether In the domain of in*
dustry or of education, are equally her
Hauoooh's Remains to bo ltemovod.
Washington, Nov. 25.?It has been
decided that tbe body of Major General
Wingfleld S. Hancock will bo removed
to tho National Military Cemetery from
Norristown, Pa., where it has rosted
since 1886 None of the projects to
orcct a monument at Norristown havo
succeeded and the walls of tho tomb
there are said to be crnmbllng beoauso
made of an Inferior quality of sand?
stone. Consequently the committee of
the Second Army Corps, which has tho
matter in charge, baa succeeded in
securing the consent of members of tho
family to tho removal. It is planned to
have the burial in Arlington tako placo
next spring, when a monument to Gen?
eral Hancock on one of the public
squares will be dedicated with military
Eloquent Tribute to Justice .i n k on.
Washington, Nov. 25?Attornoy
General Harmon to-day presented to
the supreme court the resolution of
respect to the late Justice Howoll E.
J ackson, of Tennessee, adopted by the
bar of the court. The attorney general
paid an eloquent tribute to the dead
jurist. Chief Justice Fuller responded
In behalf of the court and the resolu
lutions wore ordered spread on the
Interest Will Cease January 1.
Washington. Nov. 25?A olrcular
was to-day issued by the Secretary of
the Treasury giving notloe that United
States 6 per cent, bonds of the faoe
valueof S3,G90.O00, and commonly known
as "currency sixes," become due on the
first day of January, 18U6, and that in?
terest on said bonds will cease on that
Would-be Ti alu Wrecker Caaght.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 25.?A Bpecial
to the Times from Paduoah, Ky., says:
A nogro tramp was caught trying to
wreck a train near Calvort City and
pursued into the woods, where ho waB
overtaken and riddled with bullets and
then hanged to a troo. Tho locality Is
surrounded by a wlldornoss. Tho name
of the victim is unknown.
Grover Will Get a Turkey.
Westerly, B. I., Nov. 85 ?Horace
Vose, whose custom It Is to send a
turkey to the Prosldent of tne United
States before Thanksgiving, this morn
I lng shipped one weighing thirty-four
I pounda to President Cleveland.
A SKNSATI?NAI, HI'ATE.lIEMt.
A Missouri Ol vino Says Minister Terrell Is
St. Joseph, Mo., Not. 35.?A special
to the Daily Newa from Jefferson City,
Mo., says: Rev. J T. M. Johnston, D.
D., pastor of the First Baptist Church
of this oity, who has just returned from
a three months' tour in Turkey and tbe
Holy Land, last night, In a Bermon on
the Armenian troubles, made the sensa?
tional statement that Amerioan Min?
ister Terrell ought to be hanged.
He deolareB that the minister to Tur?
key has joined the Mohammedan
Church, and Is aiding in the persecution
and billing of Christians Instead of pro?
tecting them; that the situation is far
worse than has been reported to the
papers, and that Terrell prevents true
reports from bolng sent out, sending out
false report3 himself. Rev. Johnston
and his entire party of thirty-four mem?
bers have signed a petition to President
Cleveland begging him to remove Ter?
COKBUTT amain TALKS.
Be Gave M?her the Championship Be?
cause Ho Is An Irishman.
Nkw York, Nov. 25.?A special to a
local paper from Lynn, Mass., says:
James J. Corbett in an Interview to-day
said: "I am disgusted with tho entire
business and honceforth will confine my
enterprises to tho stage. No matter
what the publlo may say, whether it be
complimentary or otherwise, I cannot
be Induced to again enter tho a ena.
"They may say that when I whipped
Sullivan he was an old man and that I
never whipped a good man in my career;
but I am fully determinod In my pur?
pose to quit. I Bupposo the public
blames m? for not pulling off the fight
with Fltzslmmons, but I am not dis?
posed to answer any criticism and will
not discuss it.
"I bestowed tho championship upon
Manor because he is an Irishman and
because T prefer be should bear and de?
fend that title rather than place It In
tho custody of either an Australian or
an Englishman. Up to tho present I
have declined to give my reasons for
recognizing Maher, but you oan print
that as coming from me.
"I consider Poler Maber tho peer of
any man in the ring, and have no hesi?
tancy in saying that ho can whip Fltz
simmons. He is a great man, and ho
will one day demonstrate his right to
boar tho title of champion of tho
A Wedding In Diplomatic Olroles
London, Nov. 25.?Tho marriage of
Lieutenant Commander W. S. Cowles,
the Uni od States naval attache, to Miss
Roosevelt, sister of James S. Roosevolt,
secretary of the United States embassy,
took place at St. Andrew's Church,
Westminster, at'2:30 p. m. to-day. The
Rev. Hon. James Nortbcote officiated.
The Austrian naval attache was the
best man. Mr. Carter, Mr. Bayard's
secretary, and D. A. Wells, of the United
States embassy,were tbo ushors. Among
the guests were tbe United States am?
bassador, Thomas F. Bayard, and Mrs.
Bayard; the United States consul gen?
eral, Patrick A. Collins, and Mrs.
Collins, several of the naval attaches,
and a large number of Americans.
Chief Knglnoer Leach Relieved.
Washington, Nov. 25.?Another of
the senior ofllcerB of tbe naval enginoer
corps has broken down from overwork.
A telegram was received at tbe Navy
Department from Mare Island to-day,
Baying that Chief Engineer R. R. Leach,
of the United States steamship Boston,
has been condemnod by a mcdloal board
and requesting the assignment of
another chief engineer to the ship.
Chief Enginoer Loach has already been
relieved twice this year on aocount of
ill health, onco from the Castlne and
once from the Alliance.
Will Be Commuted.
Washington, Nov. 25.?By direction
of tho Seite Department United United
Consul Burke, at Chibauhau, Mexico,
has been investigating the case of Mao
Stuart, who according to the news dls
patohes, was arreBted for shooting a
policeman, or soldier, in a public
square and sontenced to death. Tho
consul reports that tho sentence un?
doubtedly will bo oommuted to im?
prisonment for twenty years and that
this may be reduced to eoven years by
Children Horned to Doath.
Nkw Yoke, Nov. 25 ?Mrs. Wm. Col?
lins, occupying a flat in VVost Tonth
ntroet, loft her three children locked in
tho rooms while the wont on a short
errand to-day. In her absence the chil?
dren made a tire on tho floor with some
newspapers, tbolr clothing became ig?
nited and Lilian, five years old, was
burned ts death, while Willie, ton
months old, was so badly injured that
he died to-night. The third child, four
years old, was only slightly burned. The
fire did only a few dollars damage to
Smith Still the Champion.
Mexico City, Nov. 25.?Great orowda.
went to Pachuca yesterday to wltnesaN
the fight between Smith, the champion
of Texas, and Clark, a nogro. Smith
whippod Clark In four well fought
rounds. There was an exciting disturb?
ance in the bull fight here this evening.
Tboy were disappointed In tbo tamo
noss of the bulls brought out and cre?
ated quite a stir by hurling boards a)
thorn, but they were finally quelled by
The Vessel a Release Ordered.
Washington, Nov. 25.?In viewof the
statement from the deputy collector of
customs, at Lowes, Del., to tho effect
that a thorough search has failed to
discover arms, ammunition or men on
board tho John W. Foster, tho Secre?
tary of tho Treasury to-day ordered tho
More Changes In Pern.
Lima, Nov. 25.?Tho cabinet of the
prefect and sub-prefect has resigned.
Tho successors have not yot boon Indi?
The United States Government re?
ports show ttoyal Baking Powder su?
perior to all others.
NO MATERIAL CHANGE AS YET
Condition of Affairs in the* Ot?
Matten More Tranqo.il In Anatolia, Wat
All Danger la Not Over?Minitter Ter?
rell Said to be Watching American
Interest* Closely?The Forte Object*
to Additional Warships in the Boa
Constantinople, Nov. 25.?From
what oan be learned here It would seem
that the situation in Anatoli appears to
be much more tranquil than for some
time past, and there Is no doubt that
efforts are being made to maintain
order In the districts where disturbances
are threatened and to suppress disor?
ders where outbreaks havo occurred.
All danger Is not pas3ed, however, even
The governor of liadjln, who had
threatened to burn the convent there
and set Uro to tho barley fields in the
vicinity, has, owing to tho strong repre?
sentations in ado to the porte ou the sub?
ject by Mr. Terrell, been recalled, and
hiB conduct will bu inquired Into.
Tho members of the American colony,
as well as other foreign residents of this
city and vicinity, join In praising the
energotlc and effectivo action of Mr.
Terrell undervery trying circumstances.
There seems to bo no reason for doubt?
ing that bis representations to the porte
have boon tho means of saving Amer?
ican lives and protecting American
The question now being disoussed be?
tween the porto and tbe representatives
of tbe powers Is that of adding four ex?
tra guardshlps to tho little foreign
fleets in the Bosphorus, Groat Britain,
Italy, Russia and Austria demanding
firmans to pass through tho Dardanelles
of an extra gunboat to bs attached to
their respective embassies. Although
the demands were made over a week
ago, on tho ground that tho foreign
population of Constantinople needed
tbis additional protection, the sultan
still holds out In his refusal to grant
tho requlrod permission.
From tho highest authority The As?
sociated Press is enabled to give the
viow of tho case taken by the Turkish
government. It is as follows: While
admitting that tho powora possess the
treaty right to have two guardshlps in.
the Bosphorus, tbo porte considers that
the proposed increase of tbe number of
foreign war vessels there, under the
present condition of things in the
Turkish empire, might excite tho Mus?
sulmans and produce an effect far from
the one desired by tbe powers. In ad?
dition, the porte points out, that in
view of the measures taken to preserve
order here an increase In tbe number of
guardshlps attached to tho ombrsalos IS
The absence of news from Zeitoun,
which the Armenians are still said to
be holding In strong force and the fail?
ure of tho government to iurnlsh any
information regarding tho concentra?
tion of Turkish troops at Marash for
the advance on Zeitoun, Is causing some
uneasiness. Besides, no news is ob?
tainable concerning the rising of the
Drusen against Turkish rule, one of the
most serious features of tho whole sit?
uation. Tho financial situation con?
tinues to hamper the government in
its efforts to restore order In Asiatic
Turkey and there does not seem to bo
any prospect of real relief in any direc?
Tranqulllty Will be Restored.
Washington, Nov. 25.?The latest
dispatches to tho State Department
from United States Minister Terrell,
states that he Is now officially assured
of the protection of throo ladlea* at
liadjln; that tho provinces have been,
quiet for tbe last three days, and thvt
tho outlook Is better. Be adds that
tolograms from Alntab and Marsovan
report that tbe missionaries are safe
and protected, and that he la able to re?
port that our 17i missionaries In Tur?
key are now protected. Tbe porte, be
adds, gives assurance that tranquillty
will soon be restored.
Chnrgod Wttti Murder.
New York, Nov. 25.?Adolph
Hlrscbkopt and Meyer Dioichrek have
been arrested on the cuargo of murder.
Hirschkopf was arrested several months
ago accused of arson In r.onneatlon
with the operations of a g?ng of fire
bugs that had been operating exten?
sively In this city. H > confessed and
on the promise to furnish evidence
agalnat his conf ederates was permitted
to have hi i freedom under police sur?
veillance Iiis statements, howover,
did not hang together. It is alleged
that Hlrschkopf and Dletschrek sst fire
to the tenement May 23, 1304>, in which
Lizzie Spraeger lost her life.
A Olotbler Assign*.
Danville, Nov 25 ?I Roman, cloth?
ier, assigned here this afternoon. Lia?
bilities 88,000; assets, consisting of
stock of goods, will pay about 40 cents,
on the dollar.