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' h '" t- ' ' ii " i ' . rsggagfeBgsacaa s 23D YEA11 NO. 6,943. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMIJEI1 3, 1810. PBIOE TWO OffiNTB. LOO At. TVr.ATIIF.il FOIlRO.lST. Tor the Ittoriet of CWantMn, JStstVr 1'ivntylravia, AVw Jernejt, Wasrar, Afanr tond nnrf IVrfTinin, elenrino: tlfpfiHf ewfer, ti"j thwertcrly rcindt; fair WetineMav. . t Stylish Dressers THE majority of the stylishly dressed young men and boys in this city get their clothing of us, If there is a man or boy in your family who needs clothing or furnishings of any kind the crtainly ought to sec OUR line be fore purchasing. We have the choice .t col lection of ARTISTIC styles that we have ever seen in our FORTY YEARS of ex perience. Garments that arc beyond comparison with any other READY-MADE goods in the city. Our stock of dress and play suits for bovs oi all ages is full and complete. A'l the new fabrics in long pant suits and two and three piece short pints suits of the latest designs at ex tremely moderate prices. Shall wc have the pleasure cf showing them to you ? B. Robinson & Co i) AMERICAN OUTFITTERS, 909 PA. AVE. N. W. STREET SWEEPING. Contractor liraner bubiult a State in a lit to the Cominlaaloner. Rreet Sweeping Contractor F. M. Draney lias submitted to the Commis sioner a statement of number of square vards of atresia swept ami moneys re ttlvid therefor from July 1. 1867, to .TuTy I, 1ku (two years), or since the 1 1 miut-uceiuent of iiU sweeping cob f r t The average number of working i'hb, lie save, for ib pest, two years I ivc I een 2"J0 The average per Uay vi uM be about HOO.OOO square yanU of r-wn Ir.jr, or. fir tbe total of working .s-, - Jk uoo,tHM)iiuare yards, amount- i s $4H.o0u anaually. Tbe appropri r ii. n fur tbe pre at year U $3,000 for , inlog treU aad alley. The appro- ii.,ii..u fur tbe year ending June tki, - wa.V0iw. muI for laeyearead- r .' tunc 30. l&fti. $77,000. I In street (wept daily are Peansyl- i4 jvcuiij, i' aad E street north, .lib. Kcvenll.. Eighth. Klalh, Tblr f,.nh aad Kiftaeath streets w, K ' r.tt Birth, I.ouliaa avenue, Execu i uttnu, II street north, D street, . v.oLciith street, Xew York avaaue, M wut crane auar. Third aad Tenth ir. t-u weat, Uteraactlaa Sweath aad C -iu.w iHher meets in i'at liita ite.tt aweek. Tha aamher of ton vu s.'. from JulyW. in.WJue31, i-v. fi..ot Juiv l. iee, to Juae 41. !! u wt. , . ruary Noble u day la a aot to S ) heaeey, uawvaela' IaWtmctor . r tbv New Yes pork reaam. kml Mm that If he could aot leave Mayor .'ui. dotuaeae la tha aweaaavy' , . ,fi k conid o aoata. Taa -..irtaiywlU aataia taa eata wUaotrt I I v )'H.ra. mu HMm a n. t. K. K. aa tn. aM-Q. vulartl wcar- u ivk.. at rale ef uaa fan fur Uw i .u4 uij a luiWa, U. i - i-.1 u taw iMae M Mar ikuai, Xo . u.i i i i, i aal 4, cuual fur rauua p- a.-. .ulU KuwMker 1, UnJiaatT. t , i . iui. ta ta auM uf Nu yUaaiit, . i j . ;i NVnwair 1, 4 aaat S. feat (er .u i.- UUa Aaa 4a urn l i ti i . .u t aavl uf Sear aVMMtjr, f u, kueiaar 1. I a4 . pta lex it. i eitkia Utoeu Oajia fMut - . . .l ttaa mA M. aaaaa aaiat iaa i : aU-ti Ttacacr Me4 Ikja autaa iu hOmm U Hr. i. C Klag. at!4 if. at a 3r lt aMMki ra kuta KaatMf 4. IW. LJ k k4 aaitJ aaMMI? WalM . ., U.k Ml aravl aam. Sa va a i...t k4 a i-fcHiiliaa. - vi.v aat iwilisJ a iaUt lu .i uuk JeviUaa uu V ureal POLITICAL NEWS T0-H0HUnVS EI.BmO.15 w THIRTY-NWB STATES. THE SITUATIOK W PEJWSYLYiWIA. Chairman Krr Plata! DiAm Dm Isntw in the StaU OmUii. ONE OF QUAY'S BRIBE-G1YER3 CAMHT. Ho Pays Fifty D&llars (o DektMo Iks Ikllct-The OQUeok in Ohio-Blh Sidfrs Are CMnMoat, Klcctlon9 will be lielil toinorrow In thirty-nine States. In the following, Con uroMmen only wilt be chosen: AlaUmi, Arkansas, QeorgU. Kentucky, Louisi ana, Maryland, MlMlsslppI, Ithcnle and Virginia. Californlii will choose a Governor and other StAto ofllccrs, six Congreaamon and n Legislature which will elcot Sena tor Stanford's tucccssor, Colorado will choose a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Treasurer, Secre tary of Stale, Attorney General, Audi tor. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion ami two State Itegents, one Con gressman and a Legislature which will ilcct Senator Teller's successor. Connecticut will chooso a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer and Comptroller, four Congressmen and n Legislature, which will elect Senator Piatt's successor. Delaware will choose a Governor, one Concrcrsman and a Legislature. Florida will chooso n Supremo Court Judge, Comptroller, two Congressmen and a Legislature, which will elect Senator Call's successor. Illinois will choose n Stato Treasurer, Supeilntcnduut of Public Instruction, three trustees of the Stato University, twenty Congressmen and a Legislature which will elect Senator Karwcll's suc cessor. Indiana will choofc a Secretary of SlHlo, Auditor, Treasurer, Attorney Gent ral, Judge of the Supremo Court, Statistician, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Geologist, thirteen Con gressmen and a Legislature which will elict Senator Vorhees" successor. Iowa wilt choose n Secretary of Slalo, Treasurer. Auditor. Judge nf the Supreme Court, Hillroad Commissioner and eleven Congressmen. Kansas will choose a Governor Lieu tmant Governor. Chief Justice. Secre tary of State, Treasurer, Attorney General, State Superintendent. Auditor, seven Congressmen and a State Legis lature which will elect Senator Ingalls' successor, and will vote on an amend ment to tbc Constitution increasing the number of Supreme Court Judges from three to seven, and another making the biennial sessions of the Legislature ninety days long. Massachusetts will elect a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Auditor and Attorney Gen eral, twelve Congressmen and a Leg Is lature. Michigan will choose a Governor, Supreme Court Judge, Lieutenant Gov ernor, Attorney-General, Secretary of State, Commissioner of the Land Oitloe, Superintendent of Public Instruction awl member of the State Hoard of edu cation, eleven Congressmen and a Leg islature. Minnesota will elect a Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Treasurer, Secre tary of State, Auditor, Attorney-General ami Clerk of the Supreme Court, rive Congressmen and a Legislature. Missouri will choose a Supreme Court Judge, lUilroad Commissioner. Superintendent of Public Instruetioa, fourteen Congressmen and a Legisla ture, which will elect Senator Yost's successor. ilonlsns will choose a Legislature and one CengressraaB. Nebraska will elioose a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary nf State, Auditor, Treasurer, Attorney Geaerdl. Superintendent uf 1'uWtc InMruelloa and a member of tbe Committee on Public Lands, three Coagreesiuea aatl a Legislature, ami will vote on four C iiktituiloaal amendiueBls reUtiag to proliiUtloa, high license aad tbe Su piea'e Court. Nevada h ill c boose a Governor, Lleu Uuant Govtrnor. four DUlrlet Judges, tki-retary of Stale. Clerk of tbe Supreme Court. Surveyor General, Superiaiamd eat of Public Instruction. SupreHie CVurt Judge. Comptroller, State Treas urer. Attorney Geaerai, one Coagreae ub aad a Legislature wbiek will elect Sataalor Joaea suceeasor. Xew Ilawpakire will elect a Governor, two Congressmen, and a Lagi-Utuia) w kick will choose Seaator Hlalr's sue cesaor. New Jersey will elect seven Cuagreas Naea, klgkt Stale Seaatota. aad aa aatite AssejabTy. New 1 ork will ckooaa a Judas of Ike Court of Appeals, thirty-four Coajpasa Masa. aad aa AueasUy wkkk wUX vote far Seaator Kvarts' successor. Nortk Carolina will ckoose a Ctief Justice aad aiae Superior Court Judges, nine Coagreeaaiea. aad a Legislature wkkk wlu elect Senator Vance's sue ceeaor. Ktatk Dakota will caooae a Goveraor, f U-uteaaat Uoveraor, Auditor, Treas uscr, acetaUry of State. Attar aey-General, aWfwaiataala?at of PakMa Iaitrue tioa, Cotaaiisttoaer of Agricultuae. Ia suiaaee CottuttUaioaer. oue Uoagrees aad a IgUlaiure. wkkk will elect Saaator IUrcc's autxeaaor. Okk will ckooaa a Secsetaty of Stase. J wise of Use Supreaw Court. wataWr of taa Bond of Putdk Works and twenty oae Coag reaataea. Peaasylvaai will elect a liveraor. Lleuteeaat Goveraor aad Secretary of Internal Avoirs, twenty eltkl Coaxraaa tuea and a Legislature wbick will vkuoatf Senator Camerua'a succesaur. South C'Mottaa will ckooaa a Goveraor, I kwarnaal Goveraor. Secretary of State, Treasurer. CoaavtroUer Ueaarai, AUor-aey-GeatraJ, Adjutaat-Uetveral aad Su ptrwteaileBi uf EJutatlon. aevea Coa greaaanea. aad a Leglalatuie wab-b will vkxt Senator Hwaptoa's autceasor. Souta Dakota will ofeoose a Governor. Ikuteaaat Oovetaor. Secretary of State, AuiUtur. Attorney Guaaral, Superia Undent vf l'ubiic Iaalruclloo, Treas urer, tao buituie Judges, lao C'oui SViaaiulnlaol Sckuols. l0 CuUgceaaMUCU, atd LcgtkUlure wbkk wlli cleit Sen nli Moody 'a uivuur Inu will 1.I1.1.1 a Guvcra.r, LlcU t triniat - Cfownsor, Attonstry - 0wsr . 1 viafwwinT, I ,asM OiisAtrn(SinQaatt xrea. wttr, ftnwita(smlcnt fit Pawlc In Sittifirnvi, eravaa Owiajwnesrsati aan a I elalataf, ann wfil wMa oa lw aiiwad nw nia ra tisa raHatfratjoaj. ofi fwatlfia? to Dm Wtj tat and the other pmrMtag for a mflmrw cwmafsawa. Tfiiiwswa will rtert a (titvnsnr, tan Corgniawna. aad a tflMatat. Washlairttm will ehfM na (Vmftaat iran aad a IfMatat whteh wtlfahKt SMintnr aire's aiirrasant. West VtnHrta will ehwt a Jattsra af the Court of or Aaaaaii la, foar Coafraas men and a tagtalatar. Wttcnatla will ehonav a O.rreraor. Lttntettaat fjwaiwn, Secretary nf RUrta, Tteaaatar, ANamay Oaaaral, wipana ldt of Sehaole, Rallrnaa Coatmla slfjaar, Iaaarassm Casialaalnaar, ataa CrtBguawaea aad a Lagfttatare wklek will elect Senator Ssamaer's aureeaaur. T11K IMUB IX rRNSSTLYASIA. CHAtRMAX RRKRnlTKtl OfTT A RfllQtffn raactMATtnu. I'Htt.Mttr.rMtA. Pa., Xwt. . Chair mi n Kerr of the Dcmocratte State Can Irst Committee lesaed the foltowlai addresa today: "T tke I'mpU nf VaasyfraasM: "The canpalgN of lWO ks ptarlieally ended. The Umt have been fully die cussed and are sharply ileflwd. At the I oglnnlng of tkecanvaaa the ItetuWksaa Convention, with a full knowledge of all it Involred, solemnly resolved m fol lows: "For tbc Ctistrman of our National Com mitter, M. 8. (Juay, vre fret a lasting seme of gratitude for bis raatetiteM servlees In the Itst Presidential eimpalen. As a rltlien, a nirmtxr uf tbe (If tietal Assembly, a Sero tnry of tlio Cjmmotiwmlth ttiKler two suc cessive aitmlnltratlotM, as State Treasurer tiv the oreru helming sulTrage uf bis foltonr cltlzens, ami a Senator of the t'ollct titstes, lie lias won nixl retains our respect ami confidence. "The Democratic Convention ac cepted promptly the Issuo thus ten dered, and tbu struggle has been between personal rule, vicious practices In administration and the bad methods of n notorious man on the one side, and popular government, clean politic and puru men on the other. 'Neither the parrot crv of tarllT. the party Issue of the Force bill, libelous attacks nor thu corrupt use of monev has diverted your attention from the contest of clean home rule. "A Constitutional Convention to se cure an absdutely secret ballot Is In volt td In the struggle, ity this alone can the purliy of lite franchUe and the Intl. pendence of the voter be preserved. "'I he result Is not doubtful. "Your sulTragcs will proclaim tbe re iti mptlon of tbe State and Its sovereign will In favor of clean administration, and it will stamp with merited c nidem nation, the methods of the men who have stained her proud escutcheon nnd aim still further todegrado her. "Democrats of Pennsylvania, the contest of lbOO Is to be wou by your de votion to your principles. Local self government and pure home rule are and always have been part of your car dinal docttinue. You constitute the mass of the great army that Is to re deem Pennsylvania for 'Pennsylvania's honor.' "Attenilon to the dotalls of your or ganization, nnd Its thorough execution, will achieve the redemption of the Com monwealth. "Your allies are abundant; they strike for clean administration. "Give us every vote In every district of Ibe State. "Let no man stay at home, who will vole with tie on this all Important Issue. "Tbe skies are bright. Victory Is oura. Tbe will of tbe people will be registered to-morrow for popular gov ernment, clean politics and honest ad ministration, and the death knell of bottlsm, Quaytsm and corrupt practices will be sounded. "Jamim Krrr, "Chairman Democratic Slate Central Committee." A imillKK CAUGHT. OKU Or IJl'AV 3 HBKCIIMttK THIK TO HHIHK A JUW1K. PHri-ADRU-HtA, Nov. 3. A warrant was sworn out shortly arier midnight this morning for tbe arrest nf Colonel Joba L. Glenn, one of tbe leading He publican politicians la tbe city, oa the eh tree of attempting to bribe Francis G sb bob, a Democratic judge of elec tion In the Thirty nftbdlvWoa of the PUtrtnlU ward. It ii stated that Gui nea we offered $50 to change tbe re turns of tbe election for that divUloa, acd that tbe money was aetually paid over. The money was carefully pre served and will be ottered in evidence at tbe bearing, wkkk will take place to-di.y. t' lonel Glaaa was given a knaring before Magistrate Skvia leday, aad waa held ia JS.OOfl ball to answer Ike ckarge la court. OUTLOOK IN OHIO. atVlal TUB UaUaOCaUT 4.SD MBfCa UeAHH CLAIM TUB TAT. Cot-UUBK. Nov. 8. T ke Mepublksn State Ctaatatsttae saaiatasta a rletwiblka plurality ia taa State at tke eotalag ekctioa of about 18,000 aad clala the eketsea at ataa Coagseiiaua. with tke pnaatbiHiy of eleven la caie a kaary Ke puklkaa vole is polled. The laeatocratk couuaditee. oa re ports from eigkty tkree ef tke atjrkty eight couatks. claiu their eatire ticcet wDl be ekcted if there Is no faille osf ia the neanocratk vote, aad if 35.000 Iaenwawatk votee are polled they eeti taaae the kaad of the ticket will he ekctad by a pluraaky el W.0OO. The CAHMttMlCtf VstBsWllisM ftftciMB VisWbOiCCtiaJaC CObsMT H)MMtiff W WJlj lM aMefl-aHtflJi laVMIjll MMM Off llkNiat Bliaiy laslVtt UaUkaU riilifatp tka. MKKTU'O OF DJ-JloCtUrS. eTUMUKO WrSSCaUW Mit-U ITHBft Bfff ajfcaTTIK tit IM) JMHiOt-Kilt). Aa aataSttaSaaatk aad btrsjelyaJniaslaa IVugiy atasa at9tlniT, va& atdd la Gray's UU. iaaioaiit. oa aaiweay night. Tke ateetisut waa caJha to or der by Colonel A. B. Vrlabto. and sir. Armur licLeaa was unanimously elected eh airman. air. J. Adaat Bede waa introduced aa the erst speaker and began his speech by eiaJaag ike twlafitiiaea of tha Ueuutcrntfc party. He reviewed the hiatory of the party froui the year 13 to IjssJI and cWrly deoioastrated the reiu actions and the great kr-.l wbick had been done by the p.u ty Tne alt unUou. of ibe ltetttocraui. party during ibt late war aiau cauu: m foi a share of Mr BcJt'i attcaiiju aad be p'o'edio tbf sathfwtrrm of bis amilte that wbf n Lincoln limreil his call for troops h received more aoldlers, ten to one. than he received HepnbHcan vMes. At theeonelntion of Mr. rted'ssnh Xr. t Harry Rhannon, the welt known omtar, delleerrd an eloquent addres In which he mrrmgly denounced thec-rarse of rrefreteataitre Slndd awl prophe sied the election of tlarnea ComrVtoi. -aW TERT SOMCN BEaTM. A WltHfl Mnn full. Dmiit In ttin Oapttt llranmln Thle mondaf, shortly after S o'clock, a white man, while pmlng through the smtthwett corner of the Capttol grand., fell ami etrnek WU heed aa the stone eoplag. Two gen llemca, who were near Mm at the time, went to hie aastetaaee, tmt the mtn never spoke a word aad died almost laetaatly 0Jcer Joe Acton, on hl way to the ttattltssore aad Potomte depot, mm BKiard the patrol wagon from the Sixth lmlact, aad the body was at oaee re moved to the morgan aad Coroner Pat lertoa tmtnVd. The man la abrmt IM yean of age, neatly dressed, with gray beard ami hair, aad had a small satchel In his hafed. It Is not thought that the fall wae of rafflclent force to cause death, but that It probably reeitltrd from heart disease or hemotrbage. It was ascer tained lale this aftrrnoon that the man's name waa V. V. Sterena. and that be was probably an inmate nf the alms house, as bis underclothing was so tnaiked. The man had $11 in money In his pocket. Dr. ShaefTer will nuke an autopey, and It may be neceasirv to have an Impiest. Stevens left the alms house this morning. BOFFALONIAN STREEIS. SnperlnlriiilpDt nt Mieela Arnold In atllutra it Cniutirl.ni. It. A. Arnold. Superintendent of Streets nnd Alleys, has submitted his report to the Commissioners regarding his visit to lltiflalo, N. Y., ami his ob servations on street work in that city. He found tbe streets, he siys. In a moat uncleanly condition, but at thu time of hi arrival there had been rain for several days. For knowledge concerning street work, IlulTato la not the model that would suit the views of the authorities and citizens of Washing ton, I) C. He tiad endeavored to tin dirtlnnd the system adopted, but failed to do to, as so far as be coul 1 judge there was none followed. The amount appropriated by the city for ibe street ilptnrtmetit for the yeir ISM) wtts $1:10,808, .tnd the total r.Ht of the street service was )t 17,00.1 M The sweeping and cleaning Is done uatler contract, and, according to the engi neer's report on Jauuaty 1, 1990, the streets paved In thu city with stone ag gregated i tl, and with asphalt tll.ttt uillis; total, 19 1.03 tulles. Washington had nt the end nf the fiscal year IBM) of streets paved with asphalt, coal tar and nspbalt block. SU miles, of granite, cobble and blue rock, 31; miles; total, 117 miles; IluiTilo showing more miles of streets by 77.03 miles. The city of Washington Is bai ter swept and for less money than lluf falo. COKRIED'S COMPANY IN TROUBLE. Hiry Arrtvn ..All llruko Up," Willi Two Oluiru. Olrla 511. .toe. The Conrled Comic Opera Company came over from New York yesterday afternoon on the Hoyal lllue Line of tbe Daltlmore and Ohio roael. The company bad engaged a special car to carry them from Jersey City to Wash ington, but for some reason tbe extra car was not attached to tbe train, ami tbe company, sixty In number, were obliged to crowd in the usual coaches, and some could aot even secure seals. As a result when the company ar rived In this city tbe rborus girls were, as they expressed It, "all crumpled aad broke tip." It was also discovered thtt two of the girU were mlsainsr. but any alarm felt was quieted when it was learned that they bad overslept them selves at Jersey City and missed taa train. They arrived bare, however, about eight hours after the rest of the company. fienurttl hlu !' 1C aiu.it. General Sis a ley, commanding the Department of Texas, reports that bow ibe so Id lets live in t vcelleat ijuarters they suffer float fever, whereas wUn formerly they lived la tenia a skk soldU-r was a rarity la Texas. He recommends the abaadoa meat of Fort Clark aad the aattb Ibhmeat of a poet at DA H'o. He baa arranged to patrol the Itio Grande araiaat Mesk-ta ast rauders who coax into tbu I'l.UeJ tt'stes to pluader aad kill aad then eecafwhaLk iato 3exaeo. The oftcial relatioas with that eouatry are pleaaaat. . m Mr. Msski.lt V. It waa learaad this iaoralag ia aa ia hNviaw by a Cbjtic reporter thai taa eaaa of Laud O. Machali waa aot fat a teiaetateaaeat, but waa aa appeal ot taa lkjaubtkaa eomatlttee to taa court la compel taa register of Wheataa dtatrkt to take off the aaate of Mr Haekall from the hooks. JudaeJ. T.Vlaaoa. JUeuhtt caa. daifhawl Matkall to ha rntltleif to his vote ia Moatnoawry Coitaty. the coats of the trial to be paid )y tbe Hi publican couualtue. HtaV fnr Waxa.iaeasa ataattaa The fotlaariaj bids were received be the C'oaimisiloBi-ts to day for the Mf addatioa to the workhouse: J. K. Yoaag. f7.. J. L. Parsoaw. t7,a, Hallday 4 Bchardaaa, Vt.W;t, 4. UoaWtt, tf,aa, J. F Cork. 7.J; Joaeiah Uuf hea. ia.alO. It. V. Haefc- ahee. .& -.'- . t" . x- T -rr--?; i A aveeaa. .; Joaali. Bird, 7.4M. "flaa fiojataaat was not awarded. Taa fisiiaieeis President Harrison, acooaspaaiaul by i.Horny Geaerid MUlet. left wf the naavlvaaia WaHioaal lor hie hamaa ta m siaavB' e aaaaaB aHaaAaaanBVBinmaa as'aa Bssmwtr ajsaeisnaftTr a iarwUmwisf iU 10 o'ekok tMt monitt ri4ja9iKi4isiy lUtvc vory U- tUb Vtek g. IUUMXU4.'. (UaaiauJ CUajUannt "p" B,slsl'5waiai Q&OMStM L. ClHk lasM waamaati aaaBmmaatflfcjIci "a?wF(f"' ' ' -w- avaaf paBBaBBBaa VJBJBanaaSfWtaPBW"1""? as ctetk la the Aaaeaaoc't Otlce (aalary ll.OOO) r Frederick C. Lawyer. KaLe x'utm.o i anti.d oicry meuii . - Umcj's," i.oi ii-uojHJiU avtuue. Bau- tun iLio Wiuit 1: Iku BLOODY HANDS THEIR AWFUL WORK AS TOLD IN TO-DAY'S DISPATCHES. WHTEGIRLQUIMGED AMD MURDERED TLh Nigra Suspected of the Grime liarly Stcp Lynchinf. . BUO M'COY MEETS DEATH IN HIS BOOTS. St. Levi lias a Datk MysteryMunlsr an4 Stiisnde in St. PaslOther Stories f Crime. OUTHAGK AKD JIUHDISlt. a iisracrsm YoiTHtt NRnno XAMtwwt.v KKCAl'XH I.YSCIltXH. CoLi'MMtA, 8. C. Nov. 8. Wade llayrcs, a young negro, was arretted near this city yesterday, charged with outraging nnd murdering Atlas Florence Itornaby, the 10 year old dauzhter of Wesley Horniby, a reputable farmer. Saturday evening the girl went to a spilng to draw water. Shortly after wards llaynea reported that he had lound her lj log on her back with her clothing disarranged and her throat cut. There waa evidence that a crime had been attempted nnd that tho girl had made n fearful struggle for her life nnd her honor. Tho Inquest was held yesterday nnd Ilnynes teatllled that he saw a burly negro tunning from the spring as he npproscheel. The fellow's story ex cited tuplctn and he was taken to the scene of the murtlor nnd It was found that his shoes lit ted exactly In the tracks of the murderer, the wearing of the shoe heels accounting for tbe out side of the tracks being loosely Im pressed on the ground Several hundred neighbors were pres ent, and three attempts were male to lynch Haynrs. The elTorts of the lynchers were frutttated by the de le tmlnid action of the ofllccrs, who dtew their pistols. The father of the (had girt was given permbMlon to speak to Ilajncs. (Julck as lightning be diew a pistol and attempted to shoot him, but was subdued by three oltlcera. Ilaynes I In Jail, and takes the matter coolly. BUD M'COY K.T.LKD. tNE OK THK XOTONIors M'COV OAXu 11 IK IX lilt UOOT3. J'l.KHOKX, W. Y.., Nov. 8.ud Mo Coy, the leader of the notorious McCoy. JlhirieM gang, wm killed near Tennis ramp. In Logan County, Va., on the Ohio extension of tbe Norfolk and Western Itallroad. on Friday evening by a man named Dempsey. Kiguteen bullets were found In his body, and other parties are supposed to have as sisted In tbe killing. Mi Coy collected considerable money from Contractor Tenuis, and was re turning to his home on 1'eter Creek, Kentucky, when tbe murder occurred, although an obi grudge, rather than plunder, prompted the killing. Tbe country is wild with excitement, and It Is believed that Dempsey aad his aesorlaiee will be found ami the death of McCoy avenged. McCoy haa been known to have killed eight hwr. but always escaped punishment. A ST. LOUIS MYSTERY. Ml UUEBKK HALL'S FATHBK ItRAD I XOKB atjaflCIot CIMt IHSTAVCKS, St. Iuii is. Nov. a John Mcl'kersoa Hall, long hieatlned with the coal buainesa la St- I-oula. died Saturday between 3 aad 3 o'clock without medi cal alleadaace and under somewhat peculiar circumstances. When called oa for laformatioa by a reporter aad by the peliee the dead man's wife rlilly refuted to let any oae see the body or to aaswer any qeeatloas as to the causa of death. This naturally aroused sus uteiin. aad rumors were art oat of mur esc r and auJchfe. Daniel layloa. a hn-ksailh. said that he bed bea seat for tv Urs Hall about 5 o'rki-k aad requested to opea Mr. Hall s safe. lie made aa etaatlattloa aad roued that mm oae alaa ha t beea at weak oa the safe, aad daeliaad to take the lataaaaihtltly of t wcing It He said Mia Mali told alas that her buv Und had died stulag la iha tkdr at his dtsk la his u0fc Whaa uuee tloaed about thU last atght. however, aha ref asad to talk. IVcaUar iaWrcat attachaa la Mr. Uall's death from taa fart that ha waa the father of Hoeert Hall, the youa ataa va Bguseei la oaa or taa moat sense- ; ttoaa! traaediea ever aaaetad- Youaa i Hall had aa amhtttoa to shiaa haMad th fooajlajhls. aad followad the isilhag tkli-hla jouag Hall aad a variety artraas I weal to awuatiuetitaa toevthef. Hall j rnrsme jealous of hi aaktrcas aad mar- dated her la a meaner aad usMler c4r- t saoee taaa ordtaailly aaaatkwal for this crime ha waa haaaad ia rhlladd pada. This was about ihrae year ad'. aad Ida oM father haa at vst aaast taa Maae asaastace. Joha laVrawaamt UaU arsaa ahiiahmaa ahiiirtW eeasaaasl aad BS ara Wa""aWapSaVaaBafmaT taaaaaanaai V lpawa amaW PapPej tjk au f ia IsfslMAawaT CHtfaWHsIb T!M tPawlaWt fn WlAttlHte ijaw)jafil fcaawrd A UlUVEH AMI aritlll tt.. u urn at'trtfu t a aotatMijtx ttas ntawtrta. r. Jaiu Maw. Vaeterday. at tn.'uth ht JVed. Beajaasia . libera of the Ug hva atock efiawmlawma hrta of ltts;er Uogers, aad oce of the beat kaowa s(Ux-k detdara la taa Korthweat. was kUld bf George tfotmrge. aaar ibe laiur'a hoaae. a tulle and a uuartar from the atatrk yard. Some cittht bel jala to Ifcajets. la charge of a youaf harder umpmI Lutes Mkkte, were drivea actus lie laruv'a pretoiKS to sri. tag gtouad. whea Koaare aault-d MukU-. Mr- Koaers, whce hou.e ia but a khcrt whttaaee ., heard of the trouble aad went to the apot. He Hied to get Uobarge to mark tke Uiu of UU prooerty m aa lo prvveal further iruul ic but tbw intlii was too nui:r Ij pav iiii iluu lioe Uobajt: Ural used u 1 uJ ibiLi ilu vi- Uul Vbad i.t.pt ' :1 by Mi U i.is IK ilita j.. 'i I L i -ii gun ami shot William llofere. "ho had rome upon the scene, In the shordder. Tbe wonndal man ran for hi, life and Itobarge opened fire on Ilenjamln K ig era, emptying a loatl of ahnt in his head making a ftlghtfnl ami fatal wound death resulting almost lostantlv. As soon aa the newa of the murder rearhed the strck yards an excited enwd of men Martttl mit with guns In their hands ami vengeance In their hearts, but they were too Tate. Alter an exellrtl search nf the woods they fntiml Itobarge In his barn dead He bad placed the murr.le of the gnn to Ida head and pulled the tricger with his toe. blowing oft" the upper part of bis bead ami spattering his brains all over the stall where he lay. The mtir deter and suicide was an Anarchist. A Tragic Itntnitnrn. K1.M111A, N. Y..Nov. 8. Mrs. Foster, who was shot by her discarded lover, William Decker, last Friday night, died Saturday nleht. Yesterday the body of Decker was fntiml In a field near Itlg Finis, clc ht miles from here. He bad shot and killed himself. Kscape or n Murileror, I!ott.K n.t.n. Mo., Nov. 3. J. O. Turlington, under sentence of death for murder, escaped Saturday night and Is still at large. A special guard was on watch, jet yesterday morning Turlington's cell door was found locked and a dummy lay on the cot. Miiriternl fur Ills Mono)-. Hor.voKK, JfAa . Nov. .1. The body of Marllu Morriseey of South Deer field was found In the rnnal here yesterday. Ho was seen last Thursday nt the depot where ho bought n ticket for home. Ho had drawn $iOO from the Smith charity fund at Northampton a short time ago and had considerable monuy with him. No money was found on bis body. He Is bellu'ved to have been murdered and thrown In the canal. Itrer I. mil. tn Mnrilir. TnoY, N. Y., Nov. !l Andrew W.tl tlron, a ahoemaker, struck his step daughter, llrldget Martin, Saturday night with an Iron last, from tbe effects of which the girl will die. He struck her because he thought shedldn'thrla back enough beer for which he had sjnt her. AN EXTRA SESSION OF CONGRESS. It I. Until It XX' 1 1 1 II titllml til M'Bt on Iha I llli iir IKlli Nkw Yok, Nov. It. A Washington special to an evening paper says: "There Is ctllcitl ntithotit for the statement that an extra eim of Con gress will be cal'el m met on Novem ber 11 or November H. AN 0NN1YEP.0US MONOPOLY. Tho MoniUril (III L'uiiipkiij- ejuiuum oiltiHi H Xetr nml Nii.rl rrn.t. l'Mii.ADKi.fiirv, Nov. 3 A new and novel trust has just lieen consummated by the Standard Oil Company which Includes all the bulk oil carrying craft plying between Philadelphia and Kurope. The sole purpose of the deal is to create a line of steamers which can be relied upon at all times to favor the Standard's Interest and carry lis proelucte at a low rtgure. The rlrw of Sternberger .V Co. of New York, which has an Interest la a few bulk carriers, and a French house at Dieppe and Havre, are tbe only Arms whose shipping Is not already within tbe clutches uf tbe great monopoly. liver l.ww.oUQ has been paid for the six tessels which have already beau purchased, which are tbe largest tauk vessels afloat, bavlug a capacity of more than 100,000 gallons each. R1MLED WITH BUCKSHOT. A Sirl. limn MUtMko. Ilia Uolt4Hli.H fur Deer. WaxsLaxdixo. X. J., Nov. 3. Tha opening of tbe deer shooting season, Saturday, was unfortunately marked by a fatality that has east a gloom over this locality. While John Cruse or Dor chester was bunting In tha wootia above IWlle Fiala, hU attention was attracted to something rustling In tbe bushes In front of bleu. Thinking it waa a deer he tired at the olij.et, but on going up to ascertain what was the e-ffett of bis shot he was hi nitied to And that be had killed Jay IMfuisn of Kwiag'a Keck, a felloar spi rtsmaB. The unfiMtitaatamaa. who was about 35 years of age aad aaaaar rtnl. was literally riddled with buck inn aid at death waa iatteateatoui. l'rtavaei flanra In H.IKux IUiifax, K. !., Nv a The Hall fax Club will esteetaia Prince George, cosamatder of tha Thrush, at a fare well baatiuat at taa el ub-bouse aext Frhtay evaaiag. fleahiea his Royal Illgkaeaa there will he jareaeat General lleat. Admiral Wataoa. uoreraor Dtley, tha Hsg captaiaa aad captaiaa if tha Heat eow acta. The rhset wUl depart for Bermuda two weeks heatu. aa - liAafMtaMaWft ItSwwBwawmmwHFV VMawtU KtxKKTT iutaita, Fa , How. 3 Three large ban oa Ute aaoaartks of Jaatra Cowaa, Jagara Hurdaaaa aad Tlwmas Maivett. ta Freakit Towa aip. warn, with coated t. buraed yaa wrdav. Lose, 15,. partially ta sure4. Tha hrea arc aapaused to have Utn of larradtary origin. aa sraaeasssea a sast sa aaaiis s. Via.. Kov. J. The Caweeitcih will oa at afivei here W atat hw Kawjwto Iraaci Jusi-ph who will aa ta'rlaia hiam at that l.nrtrfa.l aalace. Tha 'Fanafiaw amasani WrW mmir"" rmaj,jpa' a""1" t m K4i haa alvas Ma rmTudnnra ta tha tayoatdto whilat la tha Auslriaa cafttal. Itaaatt e4 ear aVeatiaaaasat aaeataat. Ijitu.vu.i-t, Kv,, Kov. a Jat yidnu. agtd la, ac.ldvatUy altot hl aelf tbrough the heart at hi home at tihtkgow. Ky., aalvwda-y. aUh r t.'lvr which a alsWr had left la uy. Ilia father wa to wewtgUl up tkAt tw tcjae laaaatf- aad a slcm aasaaw baa htcoma to muih worse from tha uu U. ibil he atay die. Ucsioi. Kov. o Xt.arly all the cord ag ataaufacturlng latere -.' of Kew XJapl aad ewe of Kv-w York wan represented ai a tttetleg held hare rsatutday. The vruiteduiga were aot UUcloaed but the aaauiujitioo is that it Waa t I tile prpuat. ' ! iiu.tu a t .'-U I.U.C ELEVENTH DftY CONTINURD GRBAT SUCCESS OF THE JOCKBT CLUB RACES. SILENCE WINS THE F,R3T EVENT, WhiU lh Mm tm Is Currie-i Off by Uiwkdtc. LAfitRKeNT COMES IN AH MB IN THIRD. Tke Alleaeanee i ifaia a Msst Sttis- fielerj Om How the i'm here tke Jompers ! The seitiBg. The ttolrel week of facing was opned at the IhjnnlHg course under the moal favorable aiiap4wa, with clear weather, bright sklea, att lmmtte crowd of apec tatnrs ami the track In excellent shape. This week's additional races will make the present meeting the longest ami most successful in the hhtory of Wash ington rare, and the Jockey Club will have no reason to regret Its determina tion In presenting lids additional week nf the exciting amusement. Mr. C. D. MrOoy, who acted as starter during the 1-UUt part of list week, manipulated tho Hag to d tv In a satisfactory manner and will continue to do so dutlni! the week. The bettlrg was sham and the book makers tlld a good busine. The sport to day was excellent. The card pre sen ted embraced live race, several of which contained laree fields. A to mile free handicap hurdle race Is on tho programme for to day and it has at- I meted a large num'jer of ladies and other spectators, who enjoy the sport all the more for having a spice of danger In It. Following Is a summary of the day: aii.KNCK in tiih rum. Tlrat race. . furlongs O.ildvtram 110. 0. Stnvnl: Silence 101.3 iiikI I U, Hay; Lady P lo. 7 and a WomUrd; Klin II. gelding 10-. T and 'i. Junes; Tappaliannix'k 10. 0 nod 3. Hill; Itupeit 11, 7 nnd v.'. Crtttchen; Pleomi filly 100. 1.' Htxl ., H. Jones. lit met Silence Aral, Tnppaliannock second. Coldstream third. tOWLANDKK WINS THK I KCOND. Second race. 0 furlongs fwlamler 107, 65, I a. Day: Kitty T. 100,7.3. 8 5, Jones; reticles 110,5 3. IS. Itty. Itnstlc 110, S, a, Stoval; Alarm Hull 102. 7 2. (J 5, Sims n rare Lowlander flrat. Kilty T. second, l'etlclee third. I.AHCHMOXT TAKK THK TUIHO M( K. Third race, 1 118 miles. Parthian, H'o, Mtm; Samaritan. 101. Kay. Larch mont, Ii". Day; Cnrtleelll. 101, Jones, King Haxeiri. 100. Hill. The rare Larch mont flrat, Cortlcelll second. King Kasen third. Ibe other events will be as follows: t'ou i tli racr, purse ftiiO, nf wblcb $n to second sad tS5 to I bird; free bandlcap; mtrte. to lv mail by .1 p. m Saturday. Nuvemtx-r 1; welgbla to be posted at 1, ami dei'laratioB to In- tnaile at l..'X p. ra. same Jy; i ne mllo. Knlrlrs aad wrlgbta: ! lrg. tw; tit, Luke, 104: IWII d'ltr, 1H; Taiurr, ItrJ, aoil Syrscu.e, too Fifth race, purse Mt, of wbli-b iV) to second; free ham) leap; entries and declara tloii m In nraevtllng race; two mile, over tight hurufrs, Kntrire ami watgttU: Loua sbot, 160; rSaasaulo, l:W; Zangbar, 14 J, and (irey CowB, 1J. To-morrow's ami Wednesday's pro gramwas will Include the following event : THesiiay.-rKlrat rt--, nurta tSSO, of wbiek (SO to arcond; fur S-year-old; weigbts 10 pounds below tbe seal; winner of a rare slot October -Jl at any track to earry 5 pourd extra; of two race to pound extra; bob-winner at this ratetlng. if beaten oaee, allowed 7 pounds; twice, to pounds; nvo sod a half fuiloaa. Second we, piirw KiStt, uf wblcb f' to seeond; talUog allowauce. If aoterwd to be aold for (900, to carry M pound, without rrgsrd to sgr or aex. '1 pound extra for ea, h tUV up lo I.JU); seven furloaa- 1 bird race, purae JU0, of wkkk U to aetfud fora-jerolduduWi.rd; weigbr I I pound alcove tbest-ale; nou-wiaaer tbi )nr of lata) aUod T (ound; of $WU, 15 4Hind; uiaidau allowed. If 3-year old, 90 I'ouud; U t yevs or upward, $1 pouiid; ltoaB ta gcciMWlative: & lot lona. J-ueutbiaee, puraeMOo, U wkkk $T5 to ttt-i.ud w.d$2& to third; free baadieap.iHt tile to be made by ;i p. m. Monday, No vember 3, weight to be poatad at i. "! dtilaraituea to ba made by i. at swaat); i)t and oue-ixlealb Mile 1 iil race, purse ', of wfakb iSU to sft-oud; for 3-taar-old aad uir.; the sleui to be otd a aaetbm fvir yM0tf one putiiid allowed for earb K0 dowa to field; one salt and a furlong, Htdaaaday -First race, paras V, of wtdefc to aecoad; toe $-yef oida: tbe winner to he told at auction f ei.VIo; if for lasa. oaa pound aHowed for each Ut down to $WtH gve rtwleaea. ecoed race Purae i, of which Sd to aeeoad; tor all age; selhuk altowaace, if eatcMd to be auld fur SiCH to earry ncwada wkthout regard to age or acx. the S pound extra for e. ft liM up to !,; eve aad a ball furlosg. Third rce-rurae 3uu, of aktehpfto seeoud; lor J-eur old and upward, tbe kwt:i to be aula at auction for OUtMK if for tea 1 puud alioved for each alOO up to '. is, onv mile iul i s.tecet, t'burtk race, pura $4U0, of watch Ti iv second and i? to tklrd; free handicap, i-n trie lo be made by 1 ).u Tuesday, Sio ttmbrr i, aetabt to he mad by i Si uw day. (Ja mUe aad tkree sixteenth. filth race, pwtS5, uf wakafsoto tsCt'tHMJ- CftLW lljHsHl'tl itiiratisYiib aVw atitfa1S4 tuiti tl A4Jtktti im fii tftCttJijLxtf r. TV t'laewaf CiOUwAU SamJStmat TSamam Kkw Yo;. Kov. '4 Judg Pratt ia Ik Bmareate Court, Brouklya. to-dy bjajMaaw dsW9 a dieciatoa ia tha atttrar uu case- The judga y a nxdver ahjtft ia aot oaiy prope ami uecewuuy. hut ia the i'ploloa of the court ani only oaa but two receiver should be u-poJmted- Th Juc tjave Ixh parilt uaiil Tburd mu lo put ia noiulasUiaa. The bond will be axed when th re cvlwr I aiUKfintnl Tbe ft iu snuuJ ti. Pau.Ai.iia.i'U.t.i. Sov. 8. kH tke ci tved Hmc la le than U saoatha . vs White's earpvt aad tu$ mill, at frosv and Columbia avaaue, wa dwJ.viye4 by tire this uiujo1k. Tbe cocijraiion airted io iht. bak; tut -j l and u rup(.Kjot.iJ 1 1 bv beca duc tu a, OtaOti Ua c u-liuatl '0 Ttic 1 " t . i. betweeu i h aal ijl'io "J" 'lire mm Km ium.w A tllKnfiwn rhrletifi IWrenies h Dunuemttn Alnnlne. Baroob, Mr , Not. ft Dr. C. H Youtit, a well known physician hwre lie In the eonnty jail, an afrnfitly toorwlesa maniac. A few days g t he had a slight shock but cortUmted lo attend to hla rmalnem until last night Arriving home In the early eeenlmt he called In an ared housekeeper and, cornmartdlM' her to stand In the curtier of the mnrnT striped her face with ih stote pokft, meanwhile reritlng from Macbeth." He told the terror stricken woman that he should kill her later. A brother came In, waa locked In the room and waa Informed he must give up hla life. Hut while the doctor was after his knives the brother made hla escape. The In wine man then made hits way to Ibe leading hotel here and e.wi ptlitd the clerk to show him lo varlwrs looms where there were people whim he desired to kl.l Hf was flmlly rapluted by the police. Puitr of the day tmllce refused to remain with htm at tela home during the night, lie being of gteat strength snl the )fll"t.ila fenring thty might aerfrmaly injure him should be attach them, lie wilt lie sent to an Insane asylum Stomlay. He studied at Jefferon Medical delimit, l'hlladeiphlj. waa single and bad a large practice. A FEVER-STRICKEN CREW. Tim .Ml.rnrlunr Which Iturel tho .Mcfttn.titri rtrlilrlno, ItosTox, MAaa , Nov. 3 The trrtn steamship Itesttirlon hailing from Ltv crpoot tinder charter of the Purneai Llrie, atrlveil herr yesttnlay from Java with a careo of 2,200 tons uf atlgar. Hhe was two weeks overdue, having lieen alxty-two days out. At Java fever broke out among her crew. Ik of whom died. At Port Said six of the crew were sent ashore with fever, and at Aden six more were sent to the hot pltsl. A number of Aral and Chinese were shipped to work the vessel to lloston. The-y were not thorough sailors and the ship wis banditti with difficulty. On Monday last atiout R n. m.. when 9t miles south of flrand Hanks, the vessel ahlppt-tl a heavy sea, whlrh threw Wlillain Hueht-, the steward, af tlatt the cabin door. irudilng hla leg. The next day gangrene set In Hughe waa tsLea to the Massachusetts Geoer.il Hospital, lie I not exptrtnl to live. BLOOLY FEJD IN ALttA IA. MclHlieis or I'riMiiltirMt t'wmlllr. (Ilia nlngr fur I'.m Ii Oilier. HuiMiNiuiAM, Ai.a., Nov. S A fend which hat been brewing tor some lime Bear Cropwell, St. Clair County, broke out Saturday la earneat. Two prominent families are Involved, ami many im will probably be lot before It Is ended. Pnnao ami Powell Hancock attil George Nargherhave beea guanlag fur each other for some time. i-Ulurday morning Fonso Hancnrk dred two ahott at Xargher and inUs.d letter In the tlay Powell Ilaaooek went to Nargber'a house, and they opened Are at each other. At the fourth shot Hancock felt dead. IIU brother and friends are now hunting Xargher. with the intention of shooting him down at sight. Pi leads have also rallied arottatl Naraher and a bloody fUht la titiaetad j if tbe two panic tome together. Tha principal In tbe analr are promlaaat men In tbelr neighborhood and bava many friends. athouwnb mimi Thry Arrive at Nw Vark With Smal h.x Ha Ihwtit Ktw Yonx. Nov ;i The ateaiswhlp Belgnvla. from Mediterranean posts, arrived here this morning with over t .099 Italians and other Immlgraata aboard. She anchored off iiuaraatiee, aad twr captain refused to allow tbe revenue officer to board her. Mating that then waa smallpox among tha paattmitatw. Health official will take charge of tha akk passeager aad iiuaraatlaa them, aad afterwards dlalafect the veet-l. AiiiH-r tsrt siirtke pratsaaia, LoanoK Nov. a. The arraagemeale made oe year ago between tha doak compaaies aad tha represaaiatlvaa a tke working doe kar expire by II 1 talk a today. AppiebVeloe ia fait that the ma will refuse tha aaw lata, atd laaiat oa striking although the executive oflLeera of the Dicka' t'aioa have thu far induaaead the great sajorlty of the labretalo taawjlft at work peadtag a naal detUioa upm the to operative schema prutiniad If the eompaahsa. A aumher ot ayaleai. ttata have, however, already struck oi Out Albert Victoria d.fks. aS' wa w ffsrawamaw asXaasBxj ag vmaeasar hfcv WEr, Fla., Kov. 3. -Ta awiyor haa received , cxatujLbkjtJaiR froa the Saaaiah ConatU statlag that hw It cagatwllad to retire froaa tha (- rnassnaaiara of theaaheiaa avomsasaaaaaa to Hla la that city, dut to the etfcHad coadltloa of tha Cttbaa refugee. ftacaaw gscga at a yta. ties FaK ic. Nor. 3 Fire jkm ducueatad at o o'clock tar aiwrataf ) ticejte Broa. A; tv. ' pdM aop. aaaitw tha Grand Uotel Tha are spatsd rapidly aad the htel waa a It rUatea. There waa great exMlaajaia aaxpag tha guest, but taa all mpmbwj afty Tfe hotel waa stjfl h,raaaJ5 8 odock aad will be entirely tail rests Tha ! ia estimated at over l.wat. njaajajLuaxnaa ta aaMatasuMaS Viaaaa UeUHoi. Va. Soz.-i.A naawa atestt hag htwat ttsprtsnt to ralaa a MagmV' aieat to 1 1 n ten tat hlalthaw if. attaai th "muhJiadiiMr of tke tea." who em tttbuiioa to warHiaw .! m-, t , g a WiwaU? to tte aisjrinc u i uiwee. aeaaior Chaaau r . i a warns advocate of a ; proprbiiloA for the wi alrUcuua tlu4. Tu 'i N. Y uv : -I no.- . 1.1 iti J W: . i' 1 .' a:ti.ti I btr i i- i dj !k ti tU i jJaW11 ' i- t .l, 1 1 t n, old, av r - - w 1 iMwit Wawaauui BaaauaaS. r r the Otstr, t t i 'ti'ib.i, tit, . I., n i, . !-i. l l vd i, afto- . , . j 1 . -A. , .U IC , j. . ii'.iot J.