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Your heirs receive the amount of frour potior should ron die and you receive nearly as mneh Benin as you par In should you lire until It matures. You also reeelro this money when ynn may want It most-In ymir declin ing tears. why he-IUte about making snoh a safe, sensible and profitable Inroit metitj You oannot d Ixtter with jour money. Have your tlfo Insirod. IJ0WK3 IIaLL, Tlio Zciultablo Life Assurance Society, novlm 1H6 V slreet n. w. gggpTOTHBruDLict In maklne contracts for brickwork 0 OSKl'H VY . CoLLISS, 9480 V street northwest, -wants to advlso tho publlo that ho Is still contracting for all brlctwork. l'rompt attention to work guaranteed. novMlm KarJ"IN OAI.Y. l)i Ick laj er and Con' raetor, 1IM Pa. ave. n w., Wants to advise the publlo that brlok work of every description will receive prompt at tention at his bands. Holler Setting nnd Ilelers' Oven a specialty. nor lm grTonK rvnuo. Having retired from t be firm of KMM0X A HtlOUN, I take p'easure la lufurralnz rar frlt-nds aad the public llmt t eaa be found at my oflle. Ml Tenth street n.w.. where I am eomlaotlnc a general HEAL KfcTATK. T.oAN and INSURANCE IltJeIN88. Trompt and personal attention given to all matters placed in my hands, lteepectfully, JaMRijI1. J3ltOYN, flOl Tenth street n. w. Telephone Call -ttl I. nuri.' lm KZaf-AMKIIICAN WINB8 FORAMKRICAN TAI1LU8. ForTltanknirlvIng Dlaaer Buy the T0-KAL0N WISES. Reputation BstablUkeJ. Quality asaraaleeil. II Fourteenth street n.w. sort! DISTRICT SUPREME COURT. Tlio Iluslnr.s Truu.aoted In Its Various llrunclias To-Day. The following adjudications were made la the Kfiulty Court today by Justice James: llayoe v. LeIUen; Henry A. MIete made party to eornplalnants. Khos vs. GadJU; cowmlaelon to gel testimony or dered to lague. In re Frances Wienie; Alice Caruls uppolated Kiurd iaB. JoliBSon vs JnliQaon; coarevanee by ltetnall Tlndall directed. Wright vs. Wright; pro confeaao vs defendant ? ranted and tettlmoay before William I. Smith, examiner, ordered taken. Sons of Ti'mperanca vs. Stoltman; up psraBt'e of abseat defendants ordered. llltEey vs. I'alnUr; sales eonflraied nUt. IXppte vs. (Jueatker, paymeat of funds to coFBplalnaBt ordered. JCIMK VOTOOUleBV 4 UKTMOKS. The followluz adjudfeatioBS were wade la the Circuit Court. Justice MoBtgetKerypresldlBjc: lUpley vs, Sbe kaa; motion for bw tlUl overruUd. Fryer a, Wagam; muMIoii for judu MBt ftanted for i.SSS 05. ltkodsM vs. WaibiBsjtOH Uasilgbt Cowpaay; wotkMi fereew tilal ovenuled- appeal by tU fcBtlaBt, CHIBH 4 1 STICK BIKOU M ILL. CUU-f Justice lliutcbaw was UBable Uj pueide la tb Cdiulasl Court to day on aeeouBt of a siUbt iadispaiilioa, wbkh eoanitatl hint to bis horn. Jus tie Uasaer adjourned ttte eourt uatll to-worrow atoraiBif, wises lMsUict cases will be taken up. LlHoar Cases 10 be Triad. While Um Police Custrt has bee liar eiiauc bsMweea Uko natiosw a iare svuss her of UBlicaMcd bar and ktussiay liquor cases have accumulated. Judje iluler dtebued that he would aot hear tlwHt uatil the impuMreaatiali to Mm sow court room were coui pieted ad ttutteeied Die JrfetatsWt to be at the Sixth street eourt to iay, suptwetBfc the court would be coat- lsbatfd. liesfdte tbe usJUhfced eoadlUoii of yi sssssv h hasl all Um msjs fajstj ihjs itessosMi aad set dales oa wkkk tawy yfnin bst Irjini UW Vot llve a PsuM U th PuUce Court to-day Kdwajd IsjnmwU. K. T. Wiater, Fraak Swaa es4cr, Chris Arthur. Pete Norisutth, A- liaJsttarthe aad X. Wear, ail sBUSk&tM, were chargssi with vloia tiou ol ths) Qiatrtct ottiUaAce, u fur siahhsg music c the public atsesSBi villsoisl a pawesii. '$& ssAiutstsr nl Ike head ecjge4 o baturtisy br a 8eveu sirtet clothing houad to aaveiUsst upoa the tris. aad (oak it lor graatt-d that the iiras had obtifi4 Ike pruU. Juijte Miller keU that tke k4 osly hee a tcckalcal vloia- fSru. AJtji Mtl.WMl BflMtSAaLeA. sasBBpiB? Bjsaassas: sFBBesBf fassssarp Vs&sTsssMbtf UfAAsWi. UarrlaEe Ueensts were issued to dav tothit) iollowio per.i. sierBard S. BsytAl of HsjtMs. Vs.. ao4 LUile X U4iBKkiw ol "au4ukr Couty. Va-, J4b Soke. V , aud Cbva KBtyUager uf Hkhiwrire. Joaiak Uawkiis sd t'kkswisw Croo. 4oh J- Brow of Muetgouisjy Couoiy, lid , aad Us J Wiliiaitks of Waahluluu FraacU llii!t imd Kil Bailcj Baii Bulkley sudKiully It J.ijd: GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. Callers on the President. Among Hie callers at the White Hmiw this morning were: Superintendent l'orter of the CeDMis Hurenti, Secretaries Trary and Proctor. Generals Schofleld ami Howard. AMislant Secretary of State Wharton called in company with Hie new Chief Justice of Samoit, Sir. Cedar Crantx, ami presented htm to President Harrison. Tiie usual Monday reception was largely attended. At the War Department. Secretary Proctor, President Harri son and General Schofleld held an earnest consultation this morning on Hie Indian scare. The Secretary was in receipt of dispttches from Goneral 3Illcs staling that the condition of afTitrs nt thu Standing Hock Agency Is im proving slightly. Indians are leaving the Itosebud for the Pine Iltdge Agency In great numbers, presumably to join in the dancing, which Is stilt kept tin by the redskins there. Ooncr.tl Ilrookes, It is stated, has a sufllclent number of troops nt his command to preserve tho pcaco. Friendly Indians nre arriving nt tho Pino Hldge Agency in consider able numbers nnd are doing all In their power to influence the dissatisfied Indians for pence The following General Order No. m has been promulgated by tho Depart ment: I)y authority of tlio President of tho United States, dated October 3, ISDi), and iimlcr the provisions of the first section of the act of Congress approved July B, 19SI, entitled "An act to provldo for the dis posal of abandoned and useless mili tary reservations," tho military res ervation nt Fort Illdtvell, Callfornh, declared by President's orders dated Octoter 10, l-dO; October 4, 19T0; nnd Feb uiary 7, 13Tl;and reduced by President's ordirof February 13, 1SSS, Is hereby trans ferred nnd turned over to the Secretary of tho Interior for disposition, as provided in subsequent sections nt tho aforessld act, tho same being no longer required for military purposes. The rcscrvntlon la situated nt tho north end of Surprlso Valley, on tho eastern slope nf tho Warner Mountains in California. Nnrjr Department Kotes, The commanding o Ulcer of thu James town rcnoits tho nrrlvut of his vessel nt l.i o Hall. Va.. on the '2l Instant. The Department hns been Informed, under dntu of tho Slid Instant, that the Philadelphia Is anchored nil Twenty tl.lrd street, North Itlvcr, and ths Dol phin nnd lnrklown oil Sandy Hook. Colonel C. I). Hebb, cunmindlng Marine Corps, has submitted Ills nnnutl rerort of thu conditions nnd wants of the corps In It he states tint on October 1, 1800, there were 1.05O men In Ibe corps, 018 on board ships in com mission and 1.0:i2 at tho several shore slntlnii". Ho iccommciids an appro priation for 200 or !$00 more private! as the vessels now being built nro larger and require mora marines. The bir racks at the nivy yard In Norfolk, Va.. will be finish td by December and Colonel Hebb recommends that quarters be built at thu barracks for olllcers. In concluding his report he says- I earnestly call the attention ot the De partment to the necessity fur the erection at these headquarters ot a suitable fire proof building for use us offices of the com maiidant and staff, the one now In use being a small frame structure, without vaults or other means of protection against rlre. There are roauy valuable pipers con tained therein, the destruction ot which would greatly embarrass the (lovernment la the settlement of the accounts of oltlcers and enlisted men, as well as obtaining evi dence ot services ueeetsjry in peuslon esses. Naval orders Detached: Paymaster Stephen Hand of the Mohican, on re porting of relief and ordered to return home and report, arrived; Passed As sistant Paymaster John C. Sullivan, from the receiving ship Independence and ordered to tho Mohicin per steamer of December 5 next. The contract for the construction of a Daval station at Port Hoyal. S. C. has not yet been awarded, and the Depig ment is In something of a quandary as to whom it shall be given, the trouble growing out of a question as to Ibe re liability of the lower bidders. Simpson, who has constructed several stations for the Department of late, made a bid of $-105,000 for the work, while others made bids considerably smaller, but doubts have been expressed as to whether the smaller bidder. louU) carry out the con tract fur the lu-'Oey they are willing to agree to do It for. The Department is as yit uodeter in load whslher to give the coot fact to Simpson, uf whose ability to perform it they are salisttd. or to tiust it to a lower bidder, oae ot whoa is a Wssbiagtou costractor. The bids Ib qusltou aie now b.-iug exualad by as t Xpert 1b the Division of Yards aad Di its, sail were first exeudeed by the Ikiari of Naval Civil Kagiaeers. Kuril Suit to im Kill UmsIbe. The sub-eoswwlttoe of tk House CoHiiuitlee 08 Appropriatious having tke Porllieatiosui hill la charge will give a hesrisg to-hum-row mwaiug to Secretary Proctor sad the Ckksf of Ike Ksgiaeer Corps. OMUiiuWstaBer Kauat Overruled. AssleUBl bstcretary fluney ol Use Ib terior DepsrUuciU has overruled ike actios of CosamUsioaer HausB la re itctlBf tke elsisa of Jiaswrva A. Boss, widow uf Pattk-k Boas ol BeLkt Hivuf. 111. , for a ptsuiou. This caw kas bee pMuttBg for twestty live years, and isval actlost upon it was takes lit February last. Tke records ol tke oAtee skow tkat tkst soldier was wouatted ia last., aad a peasioe was graaind kiss trots Ike date if kis discharge. Ia February. lesM, ke surresMkstd kis peaslosj asid wseaiolkd as a veteras retruit to serve three years. Ost April 3, lstJl, ke wet kosne oa sick f urtougk. aad oat April ii ke was killed by a youag a of decided Coiedrate sy mpMkies. la cvenullag the actios) oi Coai'mi lotiet lUuui. CUaeral Bussay asys tkat. exceptisg tkat tke soldier was away fiosu bis ngtweato ski leave, tkat ke was actuary eejtagul la soJiclUast ri(.rulU(as skow by testUttoay lake la tke case) during suck tluw aud a result Uuacol v as kUUd wbavows laul oc imuuabi provocaUoa est kit psgrt, kis oVatk was by reasoa a course wkk was due to tke service, aad Us widow is eatitkd to pvaslu. fklMS'. lv ttoSJUM- Secretary lUaloe ks uaasaalued to Secretary Waulotu a coww inicaM'ta fxostt Mloiater Detvby at Pkht,CkUa. U ldck ike latter saw tkat a proclsjaa tioa kas been sued by the TioaUl aad BokWr Taotai autl tke CustosM Tactai at TUmUln. tkat Cautou dollars aud parts of dollsrs tuade by tke urder of the laic Viceroy (.'hiiu, C'hib tutljf, are a ka.1 UuJn la Ajy pari uf China. The nw coins have full Im perial sanction. All merchants ami otlrera hare Iwen ordertd to receive these coins at their standard value. The Minister sars there can scarcely be anv doubt that the Introduction of this coin age, should it be generally re ceived ami not tampered with till the dollars become chopped dollars, will work a financial revolution In China. He adds that It would nH be too much to anticipate as a result theej tabllshment of a national btnk, aad that it may liecome the basis of a paper cur rency. ISxport Tax on Silver. Scrreinry Blaine has transmitted a dispatch from Minister Mlxner to Sec retary Wimtom Informing him that the Government nf Guatemala by decree of October 15 has placed an export tax on silver, via , $ 1.84 per pound. l'ostmaster Appointed J. it. Crank has been appotnted post master at Andrews, Va., In phce of II. A. Cammack, resigned. RACE WAR IN THE SOUTH. A Mob of Nrarnrs Tear Down a South Uarollnn Jail, Coi.UMntA, Nov. 21. There ts a eerloi.B raco riot at lltshopvllle, Sumter County, this 8tate. Governor Hlclnrd son yesterday received a dispatch from the Sheriff Informlug him that a mob of negroes had torn down tho jail and released two prisoners. Tiie illsprtch stntcd tho trouble was serious, tint the pcoplo were unable to protect them selves, nnd asked that troops from Sumter, ten miles distant, bo sent to their awtstanco Immediately. Governor Hlchardson ordered the Sumter Light Infantry to go Im mediately by special train to lllshop villa to suppress tho riot. Captain Ilrnnd left Sumter at 0 o'clock last night with thirty five mcu. Particu lars of tho riot nro very meagre as the wires nre down between hero nnd Ills hopvllle. Tho casus belli Is tho old postolllcc trouble, which Is now n causa ecltbrc. When Isaac Miller, colored, was appointed postmaster at lllshop villa ho was boycotted by the citizens, who sent tlielr mall through other poit olllcis. Miller was nsked to resign but refund. Shottly nfterward he wis nr restid for cattylng concealed weapons, fluid 25 and the case ordered to be tent to tho higher court. Willi the fear of the penitentiary be fore Us c) eg. Miller signed a pa ier liltdlnghlm to give up the postoltlce. He accordingly turned It over to the former postmaster, Scarborough. The Ditmiiiuent had the matter investigated nmt tho muldllnc citizens were ar ralgr.id iicf.,ru the United Slates Com missioner, hut were scqultted. Since then the feeling between the whites and negroes has been, very actimonlous. PITZELE'S AUSTRIAN CLAIM. TIih Clilraeo Man Whoio liaan lias Ilen ltepotlrd to Air. Illnlne. Chicaoo, Nov. SI. A case of arrest and detention by the Austrian Govern ment similar to the Martin Ivott.i cise has fust come to light. In August, 1830, Charles Pitzele, who resides in South Chicago nnd U a naturalUed American citizen, went to visit his parents at Delhi's, Auittia. On his way homeward he was arrested at Szucowa by a Polish officer on the ground that he bad not served In the Aus'rlan army as the regulations of the country riqulre. Mr. PiUele produced his tteseporu from the State Department at Washington, but despite these ho was thrown Into jail and kept there nearly a wiek. Mr. Pitzele appealed to Minister Fred Grant, and. while awaiting his action, was compelled to pawn the Jewelry of bis wife and wife's sister In order to se cure bonds for bis release. On the In terference of Minister Giant Mr. Pitale was released, but be wan required to My for the translation of Minister Grant's communication Into the Polish language. Mr. PiUele aud his wife srrtved in &ew York oa November 13, lSeti, and have since been broken down In health. His altorseys have forwarded pa par to the State Department, asklag that tke Aus tilsu Governmtnt be compelled to uuke reparation. SOLID MASS Of HIE- l'lamas Ilev.rn.il laic I he Timber m the I'm Jlxuntilu. Jeu.K'0. Tfcs.v , Nov. .'1 HouaUla fires have been buialag kvre for tke last two weeks aad iastaigkt they surpassed SB)thiag ia the memory of the oldest IchlUtSBt. Tke Pius HouaUlas ara almost a solid mass of Are. Tkusaa Is of dollars worth of limber and fesues have bee destroyed aad If a heavy fall f rale is aot sous experienced millions of dollars worth of timber will be bur Bed. It kas bee four weeks siace rata of suffhjleat quaBlity has falWa to have aay i fleet oa tke tires aad now every laid owster wko eaa. esapioy a saasi to igkt Use ire kas availed kbaseif ol suck klp aad iast aigsu tkstre were kuadrtiss (Mfsced la this work. BUIIM 11 SKOW. A WeMstowi Mas Wasutass aasNM Ss Mb l'usssUOsij Ot urows, Msi , Nov. ii ittfkert H. Pye, wko, whilst ikUrious, revjotly iuked Irosa a luasker cassp la tk Carkou Lake reglosi, some seveaty wiksaway from aay settkawat. ws fcuad tkree days later, Uurttd la tveaty icks of muw, wiik both Uet aad ksatto froata aad otkerwiau lajursul lle escaped f roaa tke caspp la kis uadar -claUtsPf, aad. wktu kis seas seturassd, sesstely fromcoUsdo'fJ lie -- kassui tew tsw4s 4 VaiiaM. Lirrut Skxat, Aus. . H-jv. 44. Tb Kejslosuj MgntJ a4 Irost Cju pay kave bsua suit at fibvriUst. sssVsP Wfra"W" sMsJfpsssspMl sspBpsJ 9 sjps Uiasula cf Si. Louis for W.t0 lor breaik ol contract ia !. ol aatelag pjopwity lusdsi by ikUadaaM to pal ttlls. The Kiyetaue Coup4uy & tke largest tutulag ci ruoratloa la tke State, Tke prrsUeat it Tu.od'jrj C. Ufceol Worcester, Maaa. . vice ptuaidVut, i). W. Gwgory ol Hvtstou, aad trtasuxcx, Ale. aiUae of New York- 4B - Thai lMaVsMassa atasaVdL 6ss)ssisbbbbsssbbbbssbI Vk Co9guai'u)l i,pprxpsiatioAs Coauwittsie dl be ia sesskw ou Wkduenday tuxt aud wul kave a "..'u fcriiiLt. viiib ibe t'. UiUilhaioucrs u tiv. l. ib. Iii'.ii(.i lipi't jprUlloi.3 TALKS OF MEN Mil. CLEVELAND CONVRIITBD TO THE SILVER SIDB. SENATOR YEST RESPONSIBLE FOR IT. He Sees thi Nteessity of GtltiBg Into Lin With His Parly. AN ALLIANCE - DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE Proposed by Some of the DemseratU Lead' ers fr Use in the Wild and Wwlj West Wkere Ihe Gragr3 Grw. An Interesllngplere of olitlcal Infor mation was told to Trtu Ckitic to-day. It ts to the cITrct that Orover Cleve land has completely flnpted on the silver question, nml will take an early opportunity lo declare in public his conversion to the fiee coinage of the white metal. When President of the United Stales, Mr. Cleveland wtii just as much of a "gold hug" as John Sherman or Sen ator Kdmunds. He never lost nn op portunity to say that It was his belief that (liver could never be placed on n parity with gold as money, and that the free coinage of silver, or any decided Increase in sliver money would result disastrously to tlio country. Hut Mr. Clovt'Innd Is an avowed candidate for tho l'resldtnry, nnd evidently Sees the necessity of gcttlnc Into line with Ids parly on tho money question. Senator Vest enn lie credited with bringing nbotit Mr. Cleveland's con version. The ttory Is thfs- Threc or four days before the ad journment of the last session of Con gress a number of Democratic Senators wete gathered together In their cloak room dlfi'tiislng the twlltlcal outlnok. Senators Ilnrbour, Gorman, Vost, Vance nnd Mcl'lierson were of the p'irty. At tiRSt three of the Senators named de clared that Cleveland stood no cbanoo whatever fnr the nomination. Senator Vest spoke warmly of the et l'reeldent's tatllT record, and maintained that he was the most available man ia the party, nnd would lie nominated by acclamation In '!!. One of tho party said that Cleveland could never get an electoral vote In the Westoti account of his silver rrcord. At this Senator Vt it pulled from his pocket a letter which he had received tint morning from Mr Cleveland. In It the ex President itated that the writer had read carefully all the arguments advanced In both Houses In regard to the Silver bill, and he freely ami frankly confess4.1l that he hail been wrong on that question In the past. lie declared that he was now ready lo announce his conversion to the double standard theory. The story further goes that Cleveland will, in the near future, say publicly rubstantlally what hesald la his letter to the Mlsex'titl Seostor. "Do you notice," said a New Iloglaad Di-mocrat to Thk Ckitji- reporter, "HiHt In all this dlsr-ussfon about the New llsraphlre muddle there Is never a word from Senator Henry W. IHitr. Now. the fact Is," he costltiuod, "Sen ator lllslr des not approve of William K. Chaadler's attempt lo throttle the will of the penple of his State, sod wilt make bo i Ifort to proilt by any such political trickery. Senator lit.tlr is an liomst man, and Kill not accept a re eltcthri unless It comes to him in a straightforward way." Cu&grestHUB Yodorof Ohio is a most geeial sad popular statesmen. Here tlrts from publle life, temporarily, his friends hope, after this session, lie bus been urged to bfcome a csndklate for Sergeant at-Artus of tke next House, aad has neallv coaseatod to ester tke rare, lie will wake the other fellows hustle. X Western Democrat of sottw dlatiae tiB bo altBdd the TkurataR baa quel at Columbut is ia town. Tslkisui of that spleadtd tribute ol respect to the ' Old It man" this gtatleiusB ua foldfd a bit ol party policy. He de rliaed to ba quoted, aad for that saltier didn't tell the story for pu'illcstioa. but wks.B ke found it was gulag to be psiatsd si-vhuw stipulated that his aaota should I kept out. At that notable gatketiag of Has old IVtnot-rau a good saaay schemes tur the bent tit of tbe Desuot raty weretlu-lusKd- The oaa whk-k met with the most fsvor was that which proposed that should the Aillaace put a I'resi deptial ticket ia the field tke Iseatacrats ia the stroag AUiaaee Mates of Kaasas, Stbiaska. Iowa. South Dakota. Miae sots. Mkhlgaa. llllaois. WiMwasia aad sutk i-f tke Eastera tMaies heretofore lieebtkaa, like Ohio, as skow a stroag Atttsace folio lat the IhNuocrsts ia these aHatSis skou'd support ike Alii M ticket. ly m doing it is argaad tkat riiher tke IsesuoiraiictUk would be elected cr tke electloa would be tksowa lata 4'tMsgsess. lnthisivtct the House, "from the pemms having tke Uiuhtst auasUers ut tgeAig ihrea oa the list of those ottd for as PtesWciit. would choose isBSRtdUttty. by bl!,., the festdeal." Ia so votiaz thu votes are to he "tkcu by ftirtes. tke iprest)tatioa from each tie kavtag osa vottt. ' Jwo tklrds oi the & all s ttti'tltuw a quorum, "aad a lu&joriiy of 3l the Stab.-, sksil he otcea--.ajrio a t-bulce." The Boumj ia tke Fi".y eead t gnts it PtBuocraiU', o"t "tily outueri tsiJ bulky Slates Tberu aso forty -fk)m s?uts. It wouli ttq'dre the virta 1 1 twisty tLree of tktm to t.Uc. There ute lately Uhi St-Ucs a uujority uf u.e npuaiLUiioa i. I'aipi'ii ui (KnuMriUi. m f I1 r AInuui AtkJiatiS, f . a a IJ.. ire, Kbiui. titOrj, i i i i lallj-i, K a. IvteiW-kj I u i Mi,! i.l Ha-its.'bUAeU, V- " . vi'.Muri. Katn. . ., Ur-pshUe. New Jotm-y. Nl- Yrk, 'iiii. iili iib'iaj. 1iuu.cm.i.- Tt-sss, h;j!-I:U, it i,u. sul Wiw.is slo- The KepuViv m - - ' . .n .' s.t tilv (states, tw .- i .' n t .Wsdo. Mak. lltsW. . ', N rb lko4a, Osviiso. PsByivi. , - . u lukuta. Vcttwoavt, Waskio.'W. ji Wvisslag The Allloaiv lil i l : 1 oat -tv n in- M UDva U !!1 tt. j . j l'-t" her delegftlron BtUffrllBt two Rcpnb liCWHf. tWO lMTtOCTtl, awl owe Al lis mw. Hotth Csrollna will be In Ihe same bvmt, her ilHegstkm Mamllng foor Democrats, fonr Alllsrrw, awl oiw Ifr pnWlcan. Tmsw AlHame men are trrttty apt to act with the Demoprsts. txcepilng whrre distinct Alllsme rmwnrw. like the subTresury reheme, are roiwerned. Ilhnde Iland has two Ticprewnta tlvw. She has only elected one t DtritoierM. If the other be a Drtrn vrat It would swell the number of Di'im erstrr Slates In Ihn next Concress lo twenty nine. If he be n Itepublrcsa ihf vole would be divided ami lost. It will tints lm seen that this scheme Is a verv pretty one on paper anvway. Practically such a combine would twob ably so disgust the neople of the SwtSM In which It would be attempteil with both the Democrats nml Alliance m to insure tlielr voting the llepnbllcin ticket. Nevertheless it Is seriously ills russing In the Inner councils of the Democratic parly. . AN OMINOUS BEGINNING. Unintlsrnctatr Oimiilne nr tlin Week nn the NT Vnfk Htork Mnikpt. Krw York, Nov. 91 Money lo-tneil ntO percent, throughout the morning. Exchange steady; posted rates, IWifo I97J; actual rates, J7f(l80 for shty days and 1H190 for demand. Qovcrnmrnts steady; cutreticy fls, 112 hid. Is, coupon, 13U bid; 4H do., 101 bid. The week beean snmewlnt ominously on the Stock Ktchange this morning. Trie matket opened fairly strong ami active, with some stock1) higher than Saturday's closing, and some lower. The market quickly sold oft a little, and at 10:!N) great surprise was caused by the announcement tint Khvar.l llrandon had failed. At the opening the stocks notably strong were Jersey Central, which was 1 1 per cent higher, and Oinad i Southern, which was j higher, The sugar trusts were the weakest featuie, dropping j. After the announcement of Urandon's failure the market developed consider able weakness and everything, with few exceptions, declined 1 to 1) per cent. Nickel Plate second binds were piclallv affected by tiie fallti'-. dro.i ping 10 per cent. D U umhrslNtl llrandrn Is a heavy holder of these se curb bs There was ciinslderable selling of stock under the rule during the first hour, which Increased the weakest, and the bottom prices were current at U o'clock. At tht hour the derllna wis froii 1 lo at per cent., the litter la Jersey Central. After 11 o'clock tho market wat steadier by large suppirttag orders, and the little stock offered was quickly ab sorbed. Missouri Pacific and Vlllards were sctlvtly bid up, evidently by strong hands, and under their lead values steadily recovered. liock Island wastbewttsk feature of Ihe morning and dropped li per cent., but recovered nearly all the decline by 12 o'clock. The market at the present wriiimr Is dull. THE GRAIN MARKET NEXT. 4n Hi r S'picHliitlon Hxprelcl to I'ultmr .short Ornns. Nw Vok, Nov. 21. The sittaliou la tbe grain market is almost as erltlcil ss it has been 1b tbe financial world. There is much uncertainty as to the future price of cereals, anil on that account tt is expected that the specula tion in them, particularly in wheat and coru, will In; heavy. The ciowd at the Windsor Hotel last night talked almost as much about grain as about stocks. There U not much wheat la tbe market in this country, except In Mluuep.ilU and Chicago, where tbe acvuuiulttloas amount to 17.000.UUO bushels: there are 3.000, W-0 bushels t tbe port of New York and 3,000.000 bushels at liutt.ilo. Practically all the wheat bow avsllible for export ia on the Pacini coast. Corn is aft to be high 1b price. There is only three quarters of a crop, and the foreign demand Is greater thin for j ears. Kurope is short of food on account of the small potato crop ia I re IslJ, Stotlaad, England aaj deriaany. aud i-ora is needed to supply the dj niUmy. Not ia Ave years kas there been such short crops of wheat an 1 oats, 1 ke abortage lit ccrn has aot b.-ea si piesl iu three) ears. FAnIBALL MAG,UTlo XIIT. 1 hft 4 warUaa AutflallSlI HitiUUmK IM Akuual MctIC at lUvMW, I.nii.viLtt. ., Sov H Basiebail pctaseaad every nook sad corner of tke Louisville Houl lost night aad IkU saoraiag. lor most of ike magnates are prvMat at the MMMctiag of tke Auserh a Asscciatioa at the kotki today. Tke deaaise ot tke Piayers' League, reported aasalgaatatJoe aad tke future of tke Assoclatioa aad tke aatiuaal gauie wete betag easfrgetieslly discussed by tke tsMcbaiiiht. AH ol tke dubs are rep ttsentfd by one r mare dtdegsles That aa iSurt u. lo be Btade to oust khetr aad Syrstuie there htltttk doubt, tkat tniawtal Brisker el U'Kkes ttr and Maaager ?rxer of ByracuiB kac e.irtu: ptvpared for the woi't there Is little doulc. ft istkuuKht that bjtk wUltwieady lo reUaqulsk nil coauec , laitoty atoaiy srogtavat ta be ; It is saM tkat tke Associatiis U to rive W A'b'etits' aaatt; to ta Phil- j dvlphU l'Uyef.' Lazue Club, wuitk j will be aduilited la Uwir stead. Tke I AwM.iliuu directors will ttMset at iilikaud tke An .-rlca.a AwwtuUua j aa k-ur Utnt. BuMk stilt he hell with tlf d d -r a uul. It Is ev pn.ua ih At tke Awci4.Ujatttlii will utiU tic uu'.ii Uu iu : afiers joa. la i it..' ivi.cni'4'Uc vi-uio; bswbsll mM t 1 U Li., Ud I v tt- I. .alI !e tlu V ul.U liv U4uM 1: I, Jn .idid an locri-UM! cf Uttoeut4 pjr ut uUuh tht i iu.; ,',)' rcluii.1 ti I i' ,ti!j.itt lUv ttiri d -ii llieU li i ' i I, i ! l irU U i iu Ul xjl) i - I ia I ml . ,.1 Ua 1 J u-.iiij,ad .- lm t--J itf'jwJi - vy tkistr to Isat-tt el Wis h'Ei Ymba. Kov St JesJe Adaca ton a hklad ajitJ Itt ears, c'ji u.i ud eukiili la., luiiuiu 1 j UW U : la u THE WAR SCARE GHOST DANCIRS AT VH RtDQR ARB HKATILr ARMED. ROBES III WHITE, WITH GHOSTLY HOODS Deternifi-ftlren of lh Tmirf Bucks k Gire h SoHiers a Gtow. "AMKRICAX HORIK" IS FOR PfCI, Cavalry Give Ike ReMiiw a 9sr8"A Tats Up bVIvtmb Pete mi War. Alirt Mttkfeet IasiiBi Pisk Hiimik AflRin-r, S. !)., Xo. 31. The ltowlitnl Agency warrloM have at last joined the gltoet dancer3 of Pine Hldge. after a thtriy-four hours' march over the hills. They are heavily armed ami deflant. It Is now estimated Ihnt the liosllles are 000 strong. They are lead by Xo Water, lilg liosd ami Little Wound. They still refuse to come to camp, ttllhotigh to-day Is ration dny. Some of the ghost dancers, however, are In camp. They hive been here for thirty six hours. Tliny are for the most part robed In white clinks ami legging, snd tlielr faces aro nearly coticeated by tli fir ghostly looking hoods. Hod Star, one of tlielr wIMtst men, was In camp last night. He Is n young fellow who Is dressed In stnro clottie, but he wenrs the eagle feathers of the MeesUh, nnd const quently will never die. While American Horse, who Is friendly to the whites, pleaded with the young firebrand yestortlay, lie. I Star cut the conversation shtirt by saying that It the tilleis wanted to round up thu ghost dancers they will have to go out after them. This Is clearly the attitude of the host lies. If the military marches out to break up the rcHd-ms ceremonies of tbe savage, which will surely be done sssooii as it'infurccmciiU come, thi te will be a running tUht In the Unl Lauds of Nebraska similar to the MimW war. which proved so disastrous lo the Army. The 'young bucks on White lilver cent determined to break loose from the old men awl give the soldiers :i chase. There are tinny spies ot tbe enemy In camp, and in case ot any ac gresslve movement of Ibe troops they would he gone In a Hash on their piniei to Join their people The attitude or the friendly Itulhos now camped here wilt probably depend largely on the success or failure of tin hostfles. At present llwy profess great i evidence for the United States Govern ment, and the most ttftuive friendship for the Second Inlsntry inea who guard Ibe Galling guns. Saturday sight American Hone mule a powerful i pet-ch to the Indians in the council bouse of the em-y. lie stood in tbe centre of the room and spoke earnestly and in a loud voice to his people. He begged them not to turn against the whites, w ho, he said, were as plentiful as leaves In tbe forest, sad pointed out to them the folly nf believ ing lu the appearance nf the Christ. The uoble old warrior was followed by Swords, tbe Chief of Police. The attitude of old Ked Cloud and hi son U ktill probUmslieal. Ttuir camp Is isolated front ike rest of the Indian village. Ia an interview with an lulerpreUr last night young lied Cloud aaid that he bad daarcd butouce in a ghost dance. He said the Indians were simply holding a revival after tbe fstbios nf the whites, that they earn tstly Lei it v d that Christ would soia srrr. SBd tbst his people knew no rtaw n why the troops should be here. Young Hid Cloud, however, is a (ood elf-hand liar, sad little credetu-e cap be given bis story. It is kewa tkat he has beta, oae of ike big atea of tke dance, aad ke ia also ike fellow wko six davs ago cried out to his people to bum tke agtaey buildings. He ts also accused of stealleg a wiigoa load of btef oa the last issue day. Omu.1. Hk. Nov 21 -At Pis Ittdg last ntgat ftoruetklag ol a ecre was ofcufcioBfd whea tke water call was touedtd. Tke cavalry kas heea Si lag to a creek about kslf a utile froas te post to water ike korses. Ahs this creek during tke list tweaty lour hours a village of ghnat dsSL'ets' tepees kas spruag up. Lsst fseadfg tke Mack troopers as-mated tketr korses wltk csrUsves headed aad eut'ldge kells la piss. Tusre. uader eaptgnasMt or a UetKeasat lated uf tkst usual wd rly rttajat. ther slowly caaiered to the crtxk- Afur tke I "s kad drank tkelr ill tke siljitis iroracsl tat tke ladia vll tege. Tke stawpede tkat toUowad wag alwvt testutsaeoua. oiqusws aad p I tkses rsa screaaiag iato tapswg wkUe ike tit ss hsstily asouased law pooies acd Hed to tke kills. But tke troopors kad oely tfosd laosder to tura aad go Uck tu cesep. This iixsiuvr! termed tke village, wklch was S'ajo rv peopled with la Ohu-s. TUs fc-ves to skow wfcai Uv the coi&u-asMliag cfioer takes id i' attuatiou. fie leefe it i well ' i.l to tJ.-ht ad suHt kk R" u -i.t i o . eu pckn.)ul lira:.' I.. , ;..iiii ! i war. Xvsrty u'l tl.tr laliur why drte rstiouskir- -u ;., tric.uutH.d Mousd the pttt. 1 1 U a viitL t i Ihe !Ua uf A.tfct U v s. t i ' .-.. i i-- u tif oa W.i ii-'n'i i'i I ji'iu-i is it . . t in li u v li i. . i Hi ml t 'A ' i v . ' , .U. c. - :' i' - rfm suy pri u i n'v K .Urd upon by tit li-diai.;. ! r ti 'ilti ihv ioj Ihe duLi i i j i ' , ut but he u Bi ! nuts 1, '" .' it U tri'iliy or i ln'Ui il lb .! l- i , - j. tli iii-sutt iu 4 ausubet -'t itusebud lriiu ' kvte wlthvut pa. d skdhr presetu-w kotie go goija. 4U aie uoaaliuaus ut tkasw aaaenliv ol good wUl, kut tkey are i. art fully uitra&urUig tke streaitk uf the Uoui tke srtiU- 1 i t i. ouud, lie . i lUe Iciltin . t tLi. - U si iu.c Lii uluxd l'j iu.iLi: Into the Ketir, Mting tkwt It UK aflVit wanted tome Mm nenwst Oil I at the LhthJ Woflrwl's tepee. At prawnt tt Is a ton-sip hsjtwwii peace stnl war. Ottawv, OrT , Nov. 81 It was rumored here Saturday that tke Ontsn dtan Illeckfeet Imllses. the most war like tribes in the Northwwt, wtlTeJwe perlttfr to go on the wsr path. Adtiets to the mounted police department here coavey a different story. Tswy state that the Indians, though somewhit sgl taled, are very unlikely to give irantm. In view of the prompt pttnlahrnewt they rtcelvetl five years ago rm the oecMtou nf the lest outbreak,. The police have sitlct orders to prevent Amerfoan In dians from entering Canada. AUGUST BELstDNT KAB. llin I'smfins Hfinkor l'.r-s Awtty t n lllpa OM AE". Wnw Yobk. Xov. St. Mr. August llelmont, the banker, died at m esrly hour this morning. Mr. llelmont eon trected the cold, which developed Into pneumonia and caused his death, white attending the recent ho:se show. Hvtl he lived until the nth of next month he would have attained hts Tlih Tear. The banklmt house of August llelmont i Co was closed this morning. Oa the door was posted the followlnsr- "Closed on account of the death of Mr. llel mont." In theoirice bo business was trans ncttd except that of a most pressing nature. Mr. llelmont was tmrn In Axel, Germany, December ft, 1816, where Ills fut In r was a landed proprietor. Hu was educated In Frankfort ami for sev eral years was In ihe employ of the llotlischllds In their tanking hotie In that rity anil also In Naples. In 18".!7 he settled In Xew York and Iteeamo the agent of his former employers. A ritihtrel, crtnrernlnir a woman, 11 to n tint I In which he was shot and lamed for life. Krnm 111 till 19.W he was Consul flciietai at Xew York for the Austrlin Onvernnient, but owlnit to Ids dUip proviil of t'e tteHttnent received by Hungary from Austria he re signed his tilnce In 1S71I he was appointed Charge d'Affalres at Ihe tlaitue, and In lH.il bcciime min ister resilient. lie resigned In 19TS, having first mgotlated highly lm portnnt con'tllar ronventton. for which, with other diplomatic servltx:. he re-r-elvid the hccIhI thanks of the Dspntt ment at Wnshlngin Mr. llelmont was well known ni n Mtron nt arts, hihI bis collect Ion of jwintings Is one nf tiie finest tn tbeelty, lie has taken much Interest In polities. He was n deleea'e to the Democratic Convention nf IMJ0, and from that year until 1H73 was the chairman of the'Nu tlonal Democratic Committee. l'or twenty ears he was president of Ihe American Jockty Club, and he h 11 long hem a jinunlneiit member of the Union ami other clubs of Xew York. lie man led n daughter of Commo dore Matthew C. Ptrry awl was instru mental in crectine n broase slatue ot him at Newport. K I. Mr. Helmont's wife, three sons and one daughter survive htm. KILLED BY A SINGLE BLOW. I'rnnk Kllnn ll In.tsntty .irtcr Itvini; htruuk nn tho wik. I.i.sc.isTKii. Xov. 24 A murder hi occurred In the Hula town of Kphratn. on tbe Reading aad Columbia ltallrosd. between this city and lieadiBg. The killing was tbe result of a quarrel. The dead man was Ilsrtoa Kline, a youn nisn who was atteadlag bar for his hmther in law, known as Italian t'rsuk. who k'.-ep a small saloon ami restauraut He ami Melville James, a cigsrmaker. had some words, and Kline finally walked out from behind the bir towards James. Tbe latter struck Mm a single blow oa the neck, aad he diwl altnont Instantly. J a rues was a nested and brought to this city yesterday- He U St years of sge, ami coitHg from IvmsiIob, Ceulv. He has been working la Epbrata atdif fireiit times during the past few yean, and recently west there from lltitAdel phla. lie says that Kilns attempteil t cut him with a knife aad he struck klat Hltb bis open hand- kmnmo m uumt. t'rssMMfs IMvrHt lis as Ha'tHt to Kesla Tbtlr Ffiiniliim. WssaiAuioii, Pa, How. Si- The prtsoatrs of tke Washlagroa Couaiy Jsil made aeother desperate attempt escape vtsterday afieraooai. Wttk n pt-akaife aad a piece of iron wreaeised from one uf tke cells, thy dug a kole through a 3 lack stall and were re moving tke last bricks wkea potiee waa ce the outside ol the j ii saw a ktsvi ft aching tkruuek tke wall asH ky prouipt m lhn I rustrswd tke attempted esrat,-e Tbe prisoaer bad aaa)sufaeiuet 9Mmemw Pj msa '"Stifp 4r S"PswJS SffWssnMasfisssifaaatv Ueorg Ttsitrs. nae el tke aaesi auesMssl ol asurdetiag Mrs. Sauaders at Tusma a short Uttie ago. riaglesVtssT la the affair, aad kas heea placed ! tke duakMWiB. PuomwhusV R I, Kusy, sH. u-dty-allvt petIorssvts arcse iv - t twa of tkst tkeatres ol th,. . us sdgkt. tkese b-lag the tu-i in, ol tbe kiad ta kUtuiw 1: . W Island, thu. t lhutkii'ii' il W - uin'ir. 11 p-i, ikeep up u. - sm ,! i.' .. ..w ig tM. 1 m. V4ttll.tr lut a .iti tfilKo . 1 r rtui-ii.3 t in u -fruiuki. .-.-a 11 klV- - ti t fct A u 1. 'j 4.li tl v 1 1-1 ivr t 1 iunl 1 . It III l tS i! tlii 1 rt .i tu ni 1 1 Ui t r l. u- 1 . n r, ,ls' v 1. id. a sutoa. rl 'riltL '. OU ! ; u prttja' v ' traJt L .. tr r A St SO 'P- a 'a, 1 iitu -I, 'lit 1 1-- t- -st. sf sW 11 - M tUbaU-shiJi'. Wt Vl ' t.iJvLi t Wisubi iut ! mULKi h-' I . I 1 l'a I- Li I. . I - 1 .-ib. 1 uiiu Iht lotuS UiaiiMtr tnrt wi't K tiuiltiopil 1 lurnii. art iiag ' it L si.t - t. - -l li li b.awu A.