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28D YEAK KO. G,9G0. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1800. IBiO& TWO OSUfTS, LOCAL TCBATIMR rOKMOAST. I'm- the Dfitritl of O'mis, Maine, JVne Ifnmpthh-t, Vermont, Matnorhneen, hhnrlr Tetonit, Connrrtifttt, FAetern Xrw i'ork, finatem Prnntjriranm, Xem .tertep, Petntrnre, Mnry nnti, Virffinin, AW rat-V i'tnj, ."fwf Ctnofinn, Ororffta, ItVrt I 07nrVr, HYirfrm Vnnsrfntnta, WWrni ,Yew Porl-, Ohio, Tenneexee, Kentucky. A 'ahtmn rind Miuifiiftpi, fttir, trrerd hffht rain fn Actr EnglttM; critter, ertept ntn'inmrrw tern-r-frotmr on the Attnntir nnrt Ontf rootle; t'orthirntertti wind; fair .? nnt Monday. Exclusiveness, Some gentlemen prefer garments that are exclusive in style; that have some feature or detail not to be found in the ordinary run of clothing; something that shows at a glance the effect of originality and skill. To these gentlemen we can thoroughly recommend OUR line of double and single-breasted O V E R- COATS made from im ported Kersey, Melton and Beaver, ns combining the newest styles and most de sirable fabrics with ORIGI NALITY of design and completeness of detail. Robinson, Parker & Co, AMEKICAN CLOTHIERS, N. 1 Corner Hcvontli and It.Sti. .V. IV. SrHUIAI. NUTIUHH. ' yy s ssf ' BqVBARBKK A HOW. ZF iiWyeuth as.1 S ttreate, Amwum ttM FoIUjwIj Barffilw for OXK W8BK ONLY: Holer's Tutpraws S9prit Ordlsary I'rto Sl.WwrMt Slav Iliu)dl Carv, fully eum- tel Sl.Wpef pair Ofdiaary prte SlJSpwpttlr Crown nulla MaebiSM tMush Ofdhury ptle !Sall Old Reliable Chttkai-wrbuw Sl.neaeh Our Kstlra Lisa of SHtan at M Pr CBt. IMwMHMt. CcalHod4, Mtsohw tjOu Of4iMry piiea..... ikto AUu a FlUl Lhw at Q Wbl OU MVM. VM Weitlhw Mil. FmbIUm llaadlM aad MuchahUii' TuuU. MAhWAMX A'B CtJTUIttr. (HMMmIU UutaB Bty UmmjU Mmu. Bortl g-TO WHOM IT MAY UMiCBlUi' llw list kut irriMd whoa n,mi who ow bills suai pay IIhmi or Um tan ir milt. So sot taka utTtMM waas yoa paoaiva oar notice, bat If uu u aUa to pay ao aail tttutt soata imamiimiat wait lac party yoa wa UaiiU a wtlkanot. V uai w ti aax U protacUoa fur oar uer c bajUa "ymWit taa alaas af iaranaii who - but will aot, pay thab bUU. Thea paraoa who a? fiHarf to waka aay arraaaaiaat for aUUa taato bUla Attar havla bcaa (roparly aotUa4. wilt ba ra portcd to taa wiianu of tha Xarvhaato' Mutual Protective I'aiua Uacaataar 1 a ua wurthy of iNMUt. 1 bM auouUUoa sabrei atvhaat. d-u. ui. lawyaM ad all ukr biulaaataa, txici iUid profejwtoaa. W botia aMatban will aa4 la list of ainas of paraova who have faa4 to sttrJa or arraaaamant tharafor la Uow for ut rapurt- J- B KaVf, Haairar iho ETceauol Hvtiuaal aaakSuS&ir. BU raUKVUA. C. tUHCAaUMX Coraer of tUata aa aot aorOia.t, Atlaaa protutly toaftja uf ar f ttrrlgliua rvuvmu. awoiriwAo, &, wai. Atfaaacai Maaa aai AM aalaa aatUal SrSaL- yyHMaWAJU XACTM ? . C(xar i. tt aa4 Wb . CMk,a to Ml 1U at a. w . 4 lxu ttuc n uc "" Taw aUMiat . w f 1 itlaJwafftilllar 1 BaBaMEaU iSa!IJfaSS.,UB4 l lua,vt wul uacmaai aUwaah Kattdta plaaatlt er Btaaa 8 WaCIUf yacineai attwaajos tot laawaaa4. aaapet-'tlvkUyr J F Chows, I Tiati il w .. 101 , Uuui tiUttt ffiHalliS adt Iw SPKCIAt, NOTIOISS. gyAnroros the STumaairor or In these times of the apsysreat ras cnrl y of nun? eenrtttes th bti&wU aid conservative Investor l very ant town In jf Tnmrance as MM bwt of nil rare InrrmncDts Here are fw of the sdranlaitt: Tow par In smalt Installments. Too ran bo rinks. ic set from 4 to 5 per eeat. eom mtnra mterest. Yon Seems proree lion. vow heir rarntrtt lb imm rj yesw mftey lOmnld yon die sail you Itm fusy m efcesiM yoa lire until ft riiwivB in any aa imn mfliutes. VonaHo rerelto this mower ubsn Jtm may want It mot-tn your dwell. Why htafe about mskls seen a ears. temlMe ami proesaMe lanstt meet? Ton csanot 4 i better wfh root money. Have your life M irert. Ijowbs A IT Alt The Equitable Life Aeraee 8oMy, nom-lm ism K street p. w. glTO Til B PUBLIC! In rattling contracts for brtekwttTk JoSKPH AV. CoLMNS, SIS8P street notthwt, wants to adslie the nubile that he Ij still eontraetlag for all brieswnrt. Prompt attention to work guaranteed. novM-lm T3rJOIIN DAI.V. SIF Ilrleklayer and Contractor, Its Pa. are. n w., WBnts to advise tho pnb'l that btlek work of every description will reeelre prompt at lentlen at his bands. Holler Setting and Dak era' Ovens a specialty. norHIm KlW--AMKItICAN WINR8F0nAMKICAN xr TAI1LKS. For Thanksgiving Dinner Bay the TO-KALON WINES. Itepntatlen Established. Quality Guaranteed. 611 Fourteenth street n.w. norl DEATH OF COL. BEVERLY KBNNON. Tlie Inventor of the Olrcnlnr Fort. ml llfltcyptlan Unicar. Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 33. Tho IPorWto. day mt: Colonel Heverly ICennon of Waaiilngton, 1). O, son of Ihf late Commrxlore Keunon. died at tho Ilrwk ljn Hospital yeaterday from cerebral litmorriiFiflu. Colonel ICcnnnn left tlitj eldi nt!i nf his fatlmrlu law, ex-.Iudi; Kllss Orlswold, t No. nil Columbli Heights, Ilrooklyn, for a ahurt walk ytttmlay aflemoon. Ha w.h pilag the Jlrooklyn Ikvlnm lhnk, corner of 1'iillon and Concord atreeu. when ho waa kc to reel ntiil fall. He was picked tip liv immIuk citizens and taitan to the Adams street pollcg stulinti In the Pfltrrl wagon, wheru Surgeon Hutton of tha Ilrooklyn Hospital atteodsd him. He Mcerlalnid that he was aufferlnir fiom cetehral hemorrhage and Itnmedl Mily removed him to the hospital, where he died at 5.80. At the lime the d news was Using broken to the family Hew Vt Hail of the Church of the Holy Trinity wa inaaitd III nraver In an unnar room vrllh ex Juilue Lllas Grlswold, formerly of Maryland, who was dylug of soften Ins: of the hraln. Kx Judite Grl.wold U Mrs. Kcnnou's father, and the death of her devoted husband, which was tin expected, coming at the time It did, wss Indeed a severe blow to the wife and daughter. The family physician was sent far, for. and on reaching the bouse he ad ministered opiates and probably re lieved Mrs. Kenaon from her suffer ings. It is feared the will have Inula fever. Colonel Ken8-nwa about 60 years of afa. lie was born In Virginia, and In his early life was attached to the United Slates Navy. At the breaking out of the war he tesigncd from the Navy and became an officer In the Confederacy. Subsequently he was in the servk-i of the Khedive of Hjrypt. where be la vented a circular fort and received the comwtmlatioR of the Kbedlve. On his ret u in to ibis country Colonel Keanon experimented oa his fort, and after uuk ins: it perfect Lid a bill presented lu Congress asklug for an appropriation for the i reel Ion of a circular fort In the United States. Colonel Keaaoa sad his wife and daughter came on from Wask IsglOB, D. C.ob Tuesday last to visit ex Judge (Jriswold, whose death was fxueetwl at aay tuomeat. Iurlag hU Hjourn in Ilruokiya be had worried evtr hU Uli for the circular fort, but wb' he left buiua yesterd tr afleraooa a leaud to be eajoyiag perfect health. Colonel KeaaoVk father, the Ute Cowjaadure Keaaoa. wai killed by the explotiim of a shell on Usni I be Uaitfd States wan of war I'fiaeetoa la February, 1WI, atul his b-jdy lav la aisle in Ike Kast Uoow of the White House for two days Secretary of the Xavy Upshur was killed by Ike saute exptostosi. President Tyler aad other NMMukers of ku Cabfaet were oa board the steaaur oa the I'oiouuc at the time to witness experuaents with a Urge wrouebt iron gua, whkk explodad oa Its IkirU disckarse. CoAiiiOdow Keaavos's wife was Uut graaadsugklar of the wife of George Wwkiagtoa. Iter luakies aaase was Peters attd she reskiad at Georgetown- Tha father- ia hw of Coloael Karaoa Is W. T. Tkelea. Geaarsl Auiitor of Ike Bsltl Mtote sad Oklo Bsilroad Coaipay. wkoae c8iee is la Baltimore. Uotostel Keitaoa's iowe was at No. 1319 M street, Wasbiartoa, D. C. Judge OtLuirtaU. the Saproau 4ia4g ol Sautoa, appuiatetl by lU taraa HMVCM. ElaalaaJ. lt3tBaV and tke L L'alM Slates. wi at Ibe Bttto Dofirt- mm ww ua BMi m ataAM eoa bmu fit Stcratary BiJsw o SUMu ataira. Ua jMt aaoat of tlw Jajr kaikta rer okil cuirwjajicftco IsjutjfeJjac laaflttlMi aJKaifa. M walk's Vtetia is EaMMMri Takes, the colored wfee was aubac4 wUk & s.kn Jteiie but Sesday fef TIamhs Heads, died at th JftmWme ttaaoiud this aftenwoa t 1 o'clock- u wti tkotjgsu v tstwdsy tit hUceadstto was tuor Uvwakte. but 4Uasg ik atgkl ke kegs to sUk r-k- AsslaUtt IMaUfct Attoay (taj;eU look kis ajUc usottesa tUtesasat sWaW sW &. asvl m lB4t; will be k$b to jBjdOjrfow. isissMLaas sa v-asse -rftas Tkv bsuui wklck Manager r" IbJUy gave last wight la honaor of MUs Uttkt Lof ius, who aaMs fur Jusvtost next Tutsdaj, piovud very enjoyable. MUs Lollus took ocvastas to expresa her grut Itjf sjjiTii-laHjit ot her Assrrsrak ceceg Moil aad to tisaek Masutgar RutUy for tike ttiaay UumI wUeBttufn ke kad skostu bar dujlog ikis esgagaou.o.1, Ulu taJi lu Light A PALACE BOAT LAUNCHING OF THE WASHINGTON AT WILMINGTON. A LAROE AND ENTHUSIASTIC CROWD. The VmmI OhrisUned by Little Jo MacCoy of Philadelphia. EXCELLENT SERY1CE FOR THE POTOMAC Description of (he Magaifiwiit New SltamerCapasily far 8,000 Passsn- gers-'-Two Others Building. Wimiikoton, Dri,., Nov. W. In the presence of a large number of In vited guests, principally from Wash inRton, the Washington and Norfolk Steamboat Company successfully launched tho first of Us three Iron steamers, which are to ply between Washington and Norfolk, this morning at 0 o'clock. When tho supports were knocked from under the hull the vessel slid gracefully down tho ways Into tho river while the In tercstcd knot of spectators gavo full vent to tholr feelings and exultation nt tho successful launchlntr of n new en tcrprlie for tho Capital City. As the vcmcI gracefully glided Into the rlvor the most Interesting part of tho ceremony occurred. Llltlo Jean Mac Coy. n charming llltlo mtss of twclvo summers, acted as tho spon sor for tho now brtdo of tho water, and, breaking a bottlo of wine over the bow of the new and handsome vessel, formally gavo It tho name It will here after benr, "Washington." Tho vessel Is ono of tho finest ever turned out from the celebrated yard of tho Harlan and Ilolllngsworth Com pany, ard two other companion boats are on me siooks nnd well under way towards completion. The company, which was organized last spring, con Islns many of tho most public spirited clllrens of Washington. They have taken up the project of establishing a lino of awlft, cummodloti'. palatld and Maworiby Iron steamers lietween Wash It Rton and Norfolk In no Illiberal rann ntr. They seem lo have the push and enterprise necessary lo carry the project to a succesrul conclusion, and their standing In the community assures them of Us support and co operation. There are to be three steamers In all, two to make the night trips lu each til rtctlon regularly each evening nnd the third so m In cch dinettes by dayllcat on alternate days, thus giving unusually complete ami frcoiient rvlr 'ri,M'..i.i...i. ...,... .... . . e ii naiiiugiuii, n llieil WB IdUQCUeU to day. Is 258 feet In length over all. wlih a width of IU feet and a depth of 2.1 feet. It Is built of the best material of Iron throughout On the water Hoe It Is double plated from bow to mid ships to enable It to cut through the Ice that may be encountered. Six bulk heads divide It Into watertight com parlmcnls, thus obviating the danger that might arise from a leak la one compartment or more. It It driven by a screw propeller of 13J feet In diameter, with triple expansion engines of 2,000 horse power ami 1 1 feet boilers, aad baa a guaranteed speed of seventeen miles an hour. 1 he saloon deck extends the entire length of the vessel and will have forty bedrooms and eight double state-rooms. The interior decoration and pannelliax will be handsome and substantial, the colors being while and eold embossed. The oitieers' quarters wilt have a gallery containing twelve bedrooms, with au insula stairway couBectiag with the grand saloon. The main stairways aad the bUte-rooms will be finished la qutr- tirtd oak and will be very handsome. J be dining room will be attractively finished in maple, lth arcomnoda tions for sixty persons at once, while the kilehen, pantry, rerrigerailag aad steward's room wilt be supplied with the most modern and approved applUuces of every klad. The wsla deck will coataia treaty two slateroows, a social ball, a barber shop, battocw, purser's office aad bag gaga room. It Hill be decorated Ta peeeltd lerra-eotta. butleraut aad gold. The steamer will he luckied by elec ti icily, sad all Ike accessories of taa vestei will ha oa the most lavish state, the praclkil uVuils beiag atteadeU to aa carefully as the oraajaaaiai. TbU spleadid vessel, of wkk-k the otbers will be duplicates. represeeU aa outlay of about $350,000. It will have a capacity for 3,000 passeager aad 330 teas of freight. The cosupaey expects to kave tha Uae ruaulag about Jaaselt 1, aad has leased esuwaive grouads south of ihewkarf of the IaUad aad Seakoard Coast leg Cosapaay aad ad joiaiag tha Arseaal grouads. aad is bow awsiUag proposals for tha coa ssrut tioa of docks, warehouses aad of-bcs-s. The eaUcers of the sew cosspaay are asfolloss. WiiliaaiK Clark, nresideat. Lavi Woodbury, vice predeat, aad Charks C. Uuacaaaoa. Ueasurer. Tha board of directors tailudea those aaated above aad Messrs. A. T. Brittoa of Washiagtoo, C B iircutt, New Vurk; J. T. (kkti, Bliiatore. J oka iiiyd. Waskiagloa; II. lihkey. Fort Mjoroe, V. IX Qroaer. Jhojf.Jk, aad Joha Cal- Tka MKoad of the etesaaers, whi-h will ke aatatd the Korfolk, wttl he ready to he launched wuhia few weehs. whik Ko. 3 vUl go osT the stocks soase tisws to Jjjury. The aatae for that has skU yet heea letevtad. hut IU either be the rootc or Clasafttake. Tke Isvhed g4ess fcea Wsabtagsuo aad Baltiwute who wltaessed to dsy's Isaafhlag were. Williaat . lisrke aad wife. Levi Woodbuiy and Ue. Charles C. Osta caasoa aad whW. If T. Wheetar aad wife, ex CoauvsMoaa H. iikkey, K T Bakes. Joka Kevwortk, 8. B. Uvis, George L. SheritT, Geor . Kswx. Mas. MsraMaoa. WtMast ?. .Logs. wife aad ra4daujchter, Miss Jeaa MatCojf of ridladeii!, JXUia O. Sev, lasjiector of steam vessels. Mrs. Ut. Jsatuoy if rHaddDhis, Lagaa MacCoy of Kiladdii: taw aUeraooD tha iaspiMta(ta of the akni Titk with uk riuuatosiii woouaiar Y.ce fresfakat Wooobuxy was oaa of ike kaptikwt uien lo tke parly wkca kc saw the first steps to aid lUa ioa fnfnmatkm of a rilnn for whleh h hts worked to Irmjr and failhfnlly. Spwsk Inst of th new compuny Ire said : "Onr line will fnrnfsh the IreM nc cnmmotlfttlons of any steimshlp com py l the country. IIertofofp mtnr vMtnrs who rtefiretl to to to fforfol ard Pottrets Monroe have wen detetril br the lack of suitable iwcmnm d ilfot puvlded by the present bifs. ail Htbtr Hid not go at all or went to lfoltlmore ami traveled on the II ly Line. For a city of ls Mn, Wishing bn has always sufferwl from a lie nf proper steamboat fscl lilies, and a num Tier of our leading cltlnens runolu li it was time Ihat the Capital of the natron should have the bet facilities la that line that monev could afford. "We Interested the hotel keepers, for they ate the ones directly benefited, ami thus hid the foundation for the organ Ir.stlon of the company. "There Is no desire on mtr ptrt to crowd off the other lines. In fact, we would prefer to have them raise their standard In our's. We propose to have first class boats and charge first-class prices, believing the public will an predate the best. I am sure It will prove n paying Investment. We have no salaried officers, and so the earn ings can be divided pro rati among the stockholders." "This lino will also be a connecting link between the North ami SoMh. We will sell through tickets from New York to Florida, and arrangements are being made with the railroad companies, looking toward that end. With our three steamers, all of which will be" running by March 1 next, we will have amnio facilities for the Increasing ireigiii nnu nnssenger irattic between Washington and Norfolk." BUREAU OfIaYIGATiOII. ltcoinmenitntlnn Mnilii by Comrno dorn Kainiey In Ills Keport. Commodore Itamscy, In his report as Chief of the lluronu of Navigation of llio Navy IJepaitmcnt, recommends that the number of Hear Admirals be Increased from 0 to 10; tho number of lleutenanls (Junior grade) from 75 to 150; tho number of ensigns to be re duced from 1st to 100, nnd other changes In other grades of the service. Attenilon Is Invited tothe Illegalities now existing In the psy of the olllcers of ihe Navy. Under the present Uws It Is not uncommon. Ihe report stys, for the commandant of n shore station. necessarily the nuking ofllcer at the station, to Ami himself receiving less psy than some of tho holds of the staff departments In the navy-yard under hts command. Ihe Irrquslltvdees not exist only In tlu rsie rf the commandants but exlits lu all grades. It also recommends tint sictlnns 118.1 and 1 Iffl of theHevlsel Statutes, which give precedence to of llccis according to length nf service, lu repealed, and that all olHcers of the Navy shall lake preeedence according to the dates of their commissions. It Is urged that section 8100. It 8.. be so amended thnt enlisted men may become tiiisea In aW hm nsaanowaa men sen login the U. S Army. The statement Is made (bat of 7.51(1 enlisted men In Ihe service only 1.1160 are cit izens of the United States. Commodore llamsey recommends that Navy pay oitlcera lie taken from surplus navjl cadets rather from civil life, as by so doing the Government receives the benefit ot the education given them. BEFORE THE DISTRICT JUDGES. rrererdlngi In tlm Urlinlnnl, Ulreult utul l-'qulty Uourla Tii.Duy, In the Criminal Court this morning a number of prisoners were arraigned be fore Chief Justice Illngbam. John Ilrown, indicted for assault with intent to kill, pleaded not guilty. Frank Taylor, charged with house breaking, plesded guilty, and James GrirUn. John Green and Lewis Wells, imllclid for the same offense, pleaded not guilty. IMward Davis pleaded guilty to the charge of housebreaking, ami waea teoeed to a year ami a day at Albany. James Harrison, Indk-ted for ttesmlt with Intent to kill; William Davis, alUs Slocuui, larceny front tbe person, ami Henry Lee, larceay from the person , all pleaded not guilty. Israel Harrison pleaded guilty to the charge of stealing old copper from tke i reasury. ami was seateBceu to pay a ni.e ut -'". Daniel I.om, si ho picked tha poeket f C rductor IeuiBtr, was seat to the Distrb t Jail for sixty days. Mr J. . Shilllagtoa. tke couasel for YXvi Krey, fouad guilty of iareeay from the person. eatiau4 his rgu on ni for a hsw trUl. Toe cssj was t.k.n uader advlsateat. i iimml Cairiagtoa tJted wttioa for a sew tiial iu ihe case of Wilis K us, alius Wililaia Wood, fouad guilty of as sault with latest to kill. Tke mot a wss overruled by the Court, Oa ae couat of his pre ious goodeksraewt the priaoaer received tha taialasujst sea leace two yeas at Alkaav. Kieoso UoaseUi, charsd with vLdst iag the kuataae law, was released to day upoa iauu kail. furaJkhed by Oul sepoe Manaelli. Tkoauw 11. Tate, the Kvy Depart -teat cWia charged with assault with ialt-at to kill, was released oa aik bail, J eases L. Kurrto beiag his sorely. The assigauieats oa the I'riiaiasl Court docket fi r su.xi week ladude the cases appealed trosa tke fothsa Court aad the cases of the IKstrkt of Colaes hi agaiast various eXeadera. la the Circuit Court the following adjudications were uitdi. Justice Moat goasery preskilog. Socoad XatiUaal Baak of Hew Hsvea vs. Digest; atv tioa for iudgsaesvt for want of sutnuieat aJadavite ovrrru'ed ikowa va- Walker . utottoa for judgeaeot graasad fog $tt. Browa vs. Parker, tuoiioa for iudi? gsaavt for waat of suttssleal tWisvHif ostatruied. HUzes vs. BiliUaose aad Uhio Baiirosd Cosapaay . leave to f it) uVtBtuer. i. . Wart.r vs. lMsirtd of CoiuatbU; 7. B. Hsrrikoa v. Isinlrkt of Custtsakls, aad W. U itAecsa vs. Dialikt of Coiussibw. tujtloa for ji-lg au-at griuwd Tke following oioiioss, ordass, esc . aire u,ud.j in the Kquiyr Souk. JustUe Jaumw pretktloji: Mesiea vs. C'nctiuci'. cierk diuciel to pgsaa ia dux. t., tytifafjr va. O'Ljsjw. tAle aoulJy tatiisd: Seahsrtvs. PaAch, Jaswes t. fadgett tuWitutod as truafew; QaMsa vs. Focd. Uaw to lake tcsOuway Unabcd to thirty days. - uSvJie Xiiyyi sa a Yiuubdr u. fe.so. Ko. J.-dMhh WtUi. tftAQifehigMfil SBVs-ais-4 UMQMafal ftAsat sWaffia' aswvssfssssasspsa apwsi wm gtaa-spsaaveial agf gjppaav ssaa. has keen arrested for a savockin;; crisalaal auault uooa a youag eln Wbco ! diid to jail here yesterday U. 'MILLIONS IN IT' TUB Jlttm-MITKlsWirz CHI NlSR CONCUSSION. A 8MUJWT CHANCE THAT FAILED. Th Trm Story "f This NoM Soh lift Hew Qmh PrinW. THE mml 9F THE HLYBR MK. The; 1WR hmi the Qthi lm( This Time, ai4 Will Prssjalrj Bet It An Unhappy Hwsier. Tha failure of the banking firm of Uarker, llros. A Oo.. at Philadelphia, has asaffieatarlly revived Interest In the loudly advertised concessions for the estabitftiment in China of telephone lines, and for a Chinese-American bank, which was to become the promoter of nil sorts of enterprises. These conces sions were said lo have been secured by Count Kugene de Mltklewtcx for a syndicate of which Mr. Wharton Uar ker of tho above firm was president. This r as In 1887. For some weeks the newspapers were filled with glowing accounts of Ihe enterprise. China was to be "opened up" and "revolution bed" and much moro of tho same sort, and the openers up were to nske millions. In fact one who listened In those thys to IhegllttetlnK nnd coruscating conver sation of the Count nnd saw the endless nrray of "prestnts" which ho had brought track from the Celestial Um pire and gnzod upon the Chinese Knvoy and his suite, all dressed tip In their best suits, could see the very air brist ling with untold millions. If not bil lions. Colonel Sellers' eye-water was nowhere. And as In the ense of tint fsraous coticuctlon. there was a "missing Ingrtdlcnt" In the Chinese scheme. The untold millions remained untold. The true story ot tliit attempt has never len ptlnted. Perhaps all the Inside facts never will be known, Sla gular as It may seem, there never wis any banklug or railroad concession. There was'pknty of talk of such a con cession but none was ever granted. A concession good for a specified lime waa made to Mr. Darker and Count Mltklewlez to establish telephone lines In the treaty ports of China. And a proposition was made looktno- to the 1 all? of n tk!tB concession to T JvrTvrker and his associates, but It was never concluded on Ihe part of the Chinese Govirnment. But for the Interference of Kagllsa and German officials In China there Is bo doubt but the banking concessions would have lieeu made and become a law of tbe Chinese Empire. Hut the representatives of England and Ger many leatned what Mltklewlez had ac complished before that enterprising gen tleman left Shanghai, and before be had reached San Francisco agen cies wire at work to rentier his Wbors abortive. The newspapers teemed with scandalous stories of his oast career In this country and In L'urox. In China tbe members of tke Conservative parly were worked on, and tbe Yamen tin ally disapproved of the proposals I.l Hung Chang, Premier of tbe Empire, had made to Mr. Dsrker and bU associates. TuU practically ceded ihe matter. Li 1 1 unit had sent a representative to this country in tke iwrtoa of Ma Kte Chaos; to cooler with tbe American syn dicate. His fiowers, however, were not plenipotentiary. They were simply ad visory. He became sitUlied of tke ability of tke symlicste to carry out its part of tke affair, and so reported, but, as staled, the action of tbe Yaaaea put a stop lotke matter aad Li Hung cabled tke Miai.ter here to suspead tke neg tia liots. Tkey have been suspended ever since, though a com-tpoitdeuce was kr up with Mr. lUik.tr. Iicimelo attbicg. In the Kieaatitue Mr. Btrker aad Count Miikietski ijuurdni. Mr. Uarktr insisted that, la vie of the Uiis published about the Count, his usefulates, so far at aay rate a tUI ci'uetry was concerned, wss at au ead, sad he should efface ktaud'. The Count, who tkiists for glory iulta as aiutk as for cash, declined to be effaced. The tekHihosMt coacesoa stood ia the i sau-s j.iaily of Barker and Mltklewlez. A sot her gentleuua who was equtliy iaieiested la the Watte with tke two. aad without whosa aotkiag would have tier htea astetaasad. had submitted to i tffacetfteat- The t'ouat would aot, 1 aad. anally, ia 1W brought suit j agaiast Mr. Barker lu compel klm to : fores the companies their agreetujat called for, aad also to account to hiat forth seoaey subscribed for tha eater- 1 ptis. This suit, bowevt-r. wss aot , pusked- TUs Count ks ever since been at- ; tetuptiag to forsa aaother syadtcsie to exploit tha schesae, hut so far hs ' lidkd. lie k4 es-tk-a&tor Horses; ; deeply iatetestod la the psojett at oaa ; tJaie, t ut the fafihue of sosae of kat fty's othict tcheouii pie vented kis distag I aujUiiig. Kioat U to tiate lhr ! is iuaot that the Couat has got together syadjeate aad is ' skout to tail to tValaa. But he ha not t.ot farther thas Kew York yet, Tha ' there we "adlliosts ia it" the i'ouat la ia ia tike suost txuU.-rt ii w of ; uueeiiy ajpeeasted Eglih- PeehsM he wy t PoU It tkjiouili, for he la of what aa old fellow ustd toestli very ' "susgidtiiAe" teasperaaMMM- II Juka sihetutsa, George FrigidHy t'dwuada aad tU otk.t iUo.ueu who oreavsma to ptwtag tkeliver dllw oa a pat wtts gold tidafc 4v po autfr men bs toagtes ate satsad syi I'ke UgUaUoa llwf got ai the laat sassau , uf Coagttss, they ant deckscdly "oat ' tknirbase" Tha iwceat Aurrg b$ tha ! u-oocy eeatxts of the cooatry w atutb- I ultd to the scawtty of ioacyv "Give ' us free coiaagti of silver, " say the Western stiuiea. "and we a ill host uo aime of pabks.' A C ii lit JiiX'fUr ix, Le.r Mini i, i Ja lbul a ltvliiii; 1. 1 i .. aitui-iil - ei Senntotf, smh as Jones assrl Stewart, Teller asm Plnmb, would In mM a fe days before the opening of the session next Monday week, wnets a plan of camrmlgn would be formulated. "The silver people,'' mM a Wrstera man today, "accepted the letrislation thrust upon us by Speaker H'-od and his lieutenant last session because wc couldn't do any better, but we propose, now that the elections are over, t ap peal from 'I'hllipdrrtnktol'hlllp sober,' and will k for abmtute free coinage, and will compromise on nothintr else. If Ihe Itepnbllcans fn Conines give s Tree coinage It will be the greatest gsinl Ihey can plav. It will have the tffect of bringing Into line again Illi nois, Wisconsin, Michigan. Nebraska, fts)RM and Ihe other Western State that strayed away from us on the ttk sailnH. It Is my oatakm that If Con gress bad riven us free eninttg. pare ami simple, nothing; emiltt have stood In the way of our earn Ing Ihe Western Slates named above." In connection with silver milters Tub CntTtr rrpmter Is reminded of a little chat he had with Senator .Tones of Ntvad a few days liefore adjourn ment, ltelng questioned as to whether he wouhl ask f.r any additional silver legislation at the short session the Sena tor smiled ant said: "Has it ever occurred to yoii It Is always good policy to take a half a loaf when Its Impossible In get the whole loaf? Well, that Is Just Ihe position wc sllverites wore in. We took the half loaf this time, but we are goloe: back nUer Ihe other half which la ours by rights "You probably don't know," con tinued the .Senator, "that the masse want more silver, nnd when the masses wnnt anything Ihey usually eet It. ten. Congress will be asked at the slmtt session to grnllly Ihe desires of the great majority of our people In re gard to the free coinage of silver." "I regrtt very much," said a Hoosler Itrpuhllcan this morning, "to learn that President Harrison Is unable to Had a suitable Republican to relieve Minister Deuliy at Pukln. It has been published that ho wants to come home, ami now It Is claimed that he will remain, lie cause he Is a pctsonal friend of the President, their tamllles are intimate ard be (Denby; U'prcunts tlm best ei. liui.lRof I)t itineracy In Indiana It la said Ihe 1'riMilmt fears he will nuk more enemies limn ftlends. If he should wild a Hipulillcan as .Minister to China All the 'friends' Ihe Prt-ld -nt will make by kteplng Drnbv where he Is will vhIh the straight Pemocrulc tlek'd. If the President can't And a man In Indiana fit lo started Denbv. tier h urn he ran In some other or the States of this Unions FEARFUL ACCIDENT IN JERSEY CIT i". A I.nrcn Hiiibnr ttf Workmen llurlwl Umlorit .Slinllnrril IIiiIIiIihk. Jersbv Citv, N. J.. Nov. 3J. The wall of a new brick building which "Wells, Fargo & Co. are erecting oa Pnvonia avenue, near Cola street, sud denly fell at t:30 this morning, burying a large numlier of workmen la tha t4n. The tolIce. firemen ami ambu laucis were soon oa the spot, and the work of extricating the burled men commenced. From beneath the big pile of brick ami timbers were heard faint calls for belr "We are being crushed to death," "For God's sake help us out." While willing hands tore away the bricks from tbe maimed limbs of tbe men underneath others pulled away iron girders and heavy blocks of woods. As fast as tbe ambulances arrived the Injured men were put Into them and sent to tbe hospital. ISy 10 30 eleht masons, twelve iron workers anil fifteen laborers had been taken out and sent to the U w- pitsl. Owing to tbe confusion their names could not be learned. Tbe Injuries of it, me are regarded as fatal, ami It is probable a number of them will die One mm is known to be dead, kis body lying rrusbtd beneath tbe heavy Iron girders and tbe Hist floor. Thus far the wen have been unable to pull tke girders off k!w. Tke mason work l being done by Michael llreantn, suit at tke time of the crash he was superintending-, but was uninjured. Tke Iron work was being done by Post A MUViduf New York. It is understood that Ike iron girders which weie used la tke construction of Ibe I lidding wt re entirely too heavy for the btlck work, and tbeir weight tore down th east stall while the other walls n wain staadlag- Tbe Injured men are Hill beiag taken out, sad It is believed tbue are yet number ia the rule. I.tTka Tha dead body of Georgt) Buik. aa Iron worker, has boea when ou. Ii to now known that oaly test atea weie seat to the hospital. Taoy are very seriously injured, sotsw ot shew rrobabiy fatally. Their names are: Xtctdo LVdraao, right leg frac tured aad contusions oa the kaad; Arseiio Geacill body badly bruised. 4 medio Betsedeiii. serious cos fusion os tke 14e aad scalp wotted: Tuosjsm Kerr, wound oa tke forehead, Kieoto Cereaao. coliar-boae broken aad will probably die, Nk-oto Geluti. scalp wound. Kaaii llsgea, shoulder aad am iiijuied , Italian, agate uakaotra. hadtf brui4d. These are all la bM. Ftaacis llospiial. The other saea were seat hosae after haviag their wouads dressed- Autoag tike latter was Tkooits Gkh, who had g had scalp wound. The ehrail hsdy of Joha Barrett was faftwa out of tha ruins. It is ao feared that two or three other bodies are fas heroins. ilWKIIftfKfJUm aU-aA ajd MAAghateaallUnl Kafilh WsaaaiS a tKMMXMt, o., Koe. 24 Heavy leir, colored, wag baagad at Jeswip tstMtiy ie Um jnnuiirf of a peddles iast ear. llw re coesed to Sri a ibeskt. tut ikiuied that ht pulled the lrli;j;er by autdtut. ikwy Jordaa, white, u v-r.iuii til'e wrtioce for iatpMeail u m tU. iae ciije. ihe Motive foj iu. i .j-, ii'lfcliig rubbery. V-UU, Miss , n 'ti li.Msey l.ii.ii'j, ciiloitil, ws banned kere t acosetesda tor the tmardLi of bU Ke. JavrieiaWrf) lsM- rr. 'W'wP BwiPfMF BtwBj wPUR11 qiai sutgsgw at thai jtgde have sju b'i e w contract aad lacteasod Ik, lb deuiaads hate beeu refu 1 1 1 v lalii llolm ', v lj OB all ike L. . Why Are You Poor? An investment of $1, $2, $4 a Month Returns $25, $50, $100 in Three Months, or $31,25, $62.50, $125 in Six Months, or $43.75, $87.50, $175 in One Year. Three months agothe following well-known peo ple commenced paying $4 a month and have actually received $ 1 00 in cash, leaving every purchaser $77 actual' profit in three months time: V. M. Boyrt.lorKPonleton si... B. F Uardntr. tin Harlem ate. y iiKym ii FMl rt.... t -. mm aa l. .a i its ri. isl'.iw re stniaw at,..., HttttlW fcl. A 8. Wlrr, S ?l rharlBS t J. c. Marker. m i (irwnmonnt asemte.... C.A.H Wllhnrn 'S)l Mmtlrni are H. SI. Albert, tiKtX Ritaw st , Jsme A. tnbert. oi. lea. Privt rt H.O Pnr.-.ssw mdrt e t , Mrs. A. I. Pair. lOitlt'atbodmt t J. ft K fHt-holton. WWW. pMlt rt 4o. Male jr. MeUnnonCh t'O.. Mark Duly. 1ii (ttht-ilml St ,. Owen V. On U, toosrathrrirat H W. A. frals. ii i is fares ft !.('. Httrtin, ftflSX Calvert t , W. I. M.w ly. Ill B Pratt l J. A. Alifllt. l N (1 rt xt I. F. nwi-n. jr. ioj Hliwimlnirrtale ate. v. tV.f.U. I1II.I..I11 at Chan. .1. (I Wrlon. 4vl I.snrem t M. W. iinyrt. sier st iNHlut iv. v. Rteenbnal ,Svs w. Halllmete tl .. H. A. Tsir, 10 8 Pra't t T. Mrrrye n, 1S Palttm ave '. t. Hrrlrr I7SS tiallfonl ave J. A. Bin, 10.1 N. ralrwtKt y. llenkPlman, r , IIS W . Palilmofe rt .. ('. C. Prtcster, ITftdiilifnnl ave A I tTll,p'(imHle mall ttcn'a prer made or can bf mails la ear AsmntatSwi. IP TlIK AIMiVRMRMHKlin ha.l Imwitwl SH.tr $ month lmt4 of ft they waaH 1 ste tli ttbied aLii irebUd tlielr pmnta aci-ftiitlnsly. SEND FOR The Mutual Investment ltccriorated IntlcrlkeLawsnf OFFICERS: I'KFltl:(T HON. WM. .1. O'llHIRN 1 TnKAtt'HRIt.... JOIIX II. K. NlCHOtJiOH Vltkl,liKtSILRNT..SAML,tI.iV.KK(l8lrKURCURTAKY OUVRR ,- 4' BOARD OF DIRECTORS: IIOX. WM O'llIiIRX. fotnu-II.H-ht Iw JtlllNM II. K. Ml HOLM-IK, or J. .1 l.h-t! nii A Hw, banter.. CIIAK.I TARS, Pmirti-ti.r Pnlilmi r.- Tyi Fi Mltdry. CUVrli H.CKIU. fommlMl. n Merrhinf. 1IIMIT AMA t TT. of Alltiuil A Mi .t-lr, ll,t ai,l . but Manufacturer. REPRESENTED BY ROBINSON, CLARKE & CO., Investment and Real Estate Brokers, 44 Atlantic Building, 928 and 930 F Street, Washington, D. C. BOND! KEW BiSCBALL SCHEME. CSmprrlienalvit I'l.iti In KaHeltte th NllHt (i,IIM. Kkw York, Nov. 22, A deal tending to make the roorgankuihm of base ball of a nature petfectly sttUfactory to ever j hotly In the big cities, where fric tion sad soreness ibrestrnd to exist after tbe setik'taent of ihe baseball war. Is on foot. It is a deal which will put base ball on a more firm footing lb, in ever be fore In its history. Tbe scheme U to form in almost en tirely second baseball atsoctalion to the National league The Amerir in Asso elation will meet In L'Hiiaville nett Mobday. At this meeting, according to tbe deal. St. L mts. Clu ubus, I. iiits ville and llallimorx stilt resign from the Association. These 'uh will thrnt go ahead and form a new league, taking in lloslon. PUiladelphln aad Wssk legion. There will be a vacancy, but there la every probability Ibst arrangements wilt be made whereby Chicago will hive club la Ibe new second leagus. Tke I eastm of such action oa tke part of tka St. I.ouis, Louisville. Columbus aad JhUllmore clubs Is due lo tbe fart toil y I acute, Hocbester aol Toledo hsve raised a cry lhal Ibey lil either be mttnbers of Ike American Association or get a gotal fit price for retiring These three clubs ctunot lie forced out at has bttn amply showa ia ihe i ate of the Ketropolitan Club. IHsyvrs' tsgue men trout B istoa aad Phlladel phia will get tke franckiaee fir those iliies, a&d to Cbtcsgo Bpiulltag will play a second nine la the field. Tke establish meat of two dubs la Uostoa, Philadelphia aad Chktgo wtll ffeelually block all further atlesapt- to ibit an oppofcliloa lesgu mUUl afiAMXT. Wsst the Aaaaat HviwK l Cgatts fattataa SSus, The annual report of Csptaia Phy ikiso, Saperlatemleut of the Ksvil Acadetay at Aaaapotu, shows thai the number la the several classes at the eoxst saeacesaeat of tho ai-desaic yes, begia stag Oetofaer 1, lj. wt-rw. ttrst elsss. W aseasbers, ecoad diuvt. "" awiati.'fs, thisd class, Hi. t..utl e!t, .. At the acauiel exs iimalm to J uae, 11 . H esvl citdeU '31 if the line aad 3 of ike tuiater tlJvUioo) sac-iS fully fern kud the four yesis' co!tra at the -Madetuy, seei-ivisj criWiUit graduation, and were dvutekwd for - i icrvlce. At tb S4aie ..uilna'i n i feUowieg nutahtfjs of e4et 1 1. ; wievt tke required stawdir t i , Bt'teacy. I1xtclu. t. m.c .a i . thud tlass, 10; fiturib . .--ihme 1 i scroid t'i ar ! J fourth t'a?s r-. -iaeil tU..r i B3StSMnv dei'ii ,r. ". II. 1 werg:d it iiin'i!1 t'1 'i ItMtvr ill tL, -,.- 1 ,tu lit 1 i II fA.i 1 - . ,i t . i . Uvasi t.u. 4,ait-i tkir lftfcsa. AtvAttapitjtuj; ike su; ernU;ui m u wpoii u tut u iiUiUr it t - 51 it Hi t ii ' oi.ip it-.. UUu'r-ttl. loltd SlsUtt ulK 1 teo i.t Mini, .1 tlje ie ! it.. i...p-.- .ii Mub-btu.-r ,v . Morsbtj Wkke aad V deputies btv ur. tt a lortv IB-iee ut j- skUftelS IU tLl dlti'iu. lb' ui iiktalo l junl!t' of Is.Ua! WUl'e- is iloioj I .Ii I .!.iL' '. I lu ll '.w::U T II ....... va ?7 it iff m m n m a m t s n tte ). SI HSJ PROSPECTUS. of Baltimore City. tlie Unte nf Mary land. Jnlytl, ISW SMt'BI. W. KRURirER.of J, SMt'BI. W. C 1 f-snsss. JiUIV MOORR, of WLbert Mncre.t) A r,NLK wirk. Arconafaet. rANK w rot,g neeratsry Pram t'omiainr f'-KI'tl A IIAiigf. M, I). olilUKN A OBMIR.t, (ooowl fur the Asso- rUtli.n. NOiAi ON SKLB, WILL THERE le A StSlKS? I'rubiiltU llHleuma r llli.ll.raetlut M lh Krln SyaleHt. New York, Nov. 23 The grievance committee of forty three, represenllu the dissatlsfktl employes of the Krie system, arrived la this city from Buf falo yesterday, and all the old rumor of a railroad strike were tisrted anew. The executive committee called at tho offices or tbe Erie road In the afternoon and saw President King and some of the oi her officers of tbe company. The men presented their old demands, the most important one of which was tbe reduction of the limit of regular work from twelve to tea trurs a day. Tito officers mated the committee with much courtesy, but told then pfolaly and firmly that the answer gives long ago was final. Members of the committee refused to ssy whether or not there wouhl he a strike. IIOWT MHT OX i FltlT&m Tw Wss lraw Kntvrs nuh (Hhr-.(la Osmtt, t'WATTtROOtU, TfS.tf.. NOV. J. Joha Plchalt killed bis wife several years sgo. iKit was acuitt4 after a trial. Last nigbt as Plchalt was eraas, ing the rf ver here oa a ferryboat T. ft. Allen refvm-d to the killing of Srs. lie halt In a way offensive to rtehsjtt, to bt-gan aa attach est Alien srith a kei'e Aliea also drew a kelfe, both &a iitg like tigers. Alt rec-dved tbintt-n ruts, oaa of whleh asajf pruve f ai Pit katl was cut fo$r iMpaa, oaa i f wbicb caused hi death I a few mtnuies. i tfiixni muiT amm it Psoaasss rasaSiaiw iu Pustiaii taasto t sa t,'eistsa8. Chasu-imtok, 8. C, No. , It was Usiaul dttln"-lv vesfefday rv m -sswBf faW sejf IMsfsrafW the luickaaeof in ibis !(, S'.. erjr, ic. T '- . about tit- r . . , tasprol tt, cva.i.i.1 - iltltlt -1 i t pli:i'e ."i , r i 1 1 '. ' HHH ... u, iu-- te in t Lie ftj'.l' - ke p-1 tll li -5i l In. i . an t i .: i .1 i i. . ku t 1Uj t la ii.i t ' I . -t lu L. . i. ' i ilia u'ui; pie l.-li - . I u . j Lat iii.u Ike-.' 1 ' :U; 1 U , , itU.u. (fuie; . Ui ti .: t . ki w. . p. mm . - i j: a r- I. iy ., ttl-i i v- 1 I ttt liiiiiL 4 etttu. tiHci al.le 4' it ik.u 4lthw to Muibt.