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23l YEAH NO. 6,001.
WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVTCMTiEll 23, 1S0O. IJiUOE TWO OlSNTSi LOCAL WBATI1RR FOKHOAST. J ' ' r till Vimnwy; itifhtll fmrmfr, e.r- ' H low trmpfrttttiTr on Ihe roast; id Overcoat Talk, DOES NOT this cold snap remind you that there are Overcoats or Reefers to be gotten for the Boys ? And right here let IS remind you that lor h Yoong Men's, Boys' or Children's apparel of any kind the place to come is here, B. ROBINSON & CO.'S, 909 Pi. ave. n. v., the AMERICAN outfitters, who cater specially to the wants of the juveniles and who are always prepared to show you the newest styles and choicest fabrics. We have alreadytold you of our fine stock ol Reefers. To day we want to call your attention to the handsomest OVERCOATS ever shown In Washington, Cape Coats, Ulsters, Storm Coats, Cover Coats and single and double breasted Box Coats in every size, shape and color and of all grades that are reliable, at very MODERATE prices. B. Robinson k Co 11 AMERICAN OUTFITTERS, 909 PA. AVE. N. W. Sl'KOItl. MTICIS8. - uIFICK O? TII8 COJUUMIONHKS, k l.-t!kt ot Columbia. Wasfabutou. N rrnlier ISM -Xotice to Water Titan I c U r to allow awauur costuMttlwu t I e made, (be water will bs cut off fruw ttn vlio'e of Capitol Kill on FW1UAT, Mi.KMIIKU J. WW. The cutting on will r-n en e at about tt p u sad uoetlau I r a1 ur oftMU boars. All walr taker iw id itoillill. eicspt a. aotad batow, am ad nl rioTlUuauUiWl'i.upplFo wtlwlm f ,- 1 r m. 01 rmUAV.TBH ISTH lssr. Ai) M.uer iukr. ua H street, twtwaaa Xew i r-i-T a:. 4 Dataware avaauas. ar advised (a iiri e twenty lour hours' supply ot water I 1 uj or t be tfe instant J. W.IMKK.UVS. J. W. BOSS, II. M NONKRT. It Coaualsaiuaar B. t'. r. T I v Ji TO W 1IOM I f 1I.S.Y cOXCEBS 1 me h trrised when person wbo 4 mii-t iar taain or lusathtlr credit, t taieoffeusu when uu rceir uur , I ut it ;ou are unahia to par ito aasl 1 e arranaasnaat wish tn party you vu t vMiidsasettlsaseiit. V J it wc want U ptoteetkia far our nun 1 ,i tazalnst that atom nl persons wboa.ni. ti..t,i-ay their MM. j 1 e 1 11 -on. who aav (ailed to make ir.v irargemact tor settling tfcatr MUsattar !a 14 bta pronorir attflit, will ba Tt I to tha aesrtars ut the Murnsssts' M . al Protective lulua Oaeaiatar luua i t'yor.redit. 11 1-a-HM.ialioB ansbrsfus ssesvkaaU, dan 4wyr aed all utser bin law, trade 1 , 11 ie."tuaa. v . 1.01 e niaaibes will send ta list ef 1 - ut lerson who taw Wp to settle . q Mi armnaw t ttaraftar In timm fat l,.u j. wa.i, n. loctraJ IJtrtWWl Haak i,m3Kv rC-T lnBN BaLY. T ln.alaa aad faarrgOnr. m ia. . w . w, t dviMtlwiMte Mnt toWk war. . iydLacriiiUu KU MMtaa MMCWk- i.., - uteii. a HftffMiWf wmVHm iicuwvltolMIa.a. VZ ,Asl i,,cSSUm 4W)ftllNMK. . 1 tuaum-a t u iTtttiptis tftmimvt iirt V nHTilw.tljWi-' i'n --oal lttvSMiixm.fjmm. SI'liOlAI, NOTItiBS, 9&$ CMfMWSi BflwfflWffWrtW PW9 WPto HRtrlv By WWC71 tffVy mil iry tliwr pit MtVb Wftn fUNnltRt hvyRffi tth 2CATl0lt.f. CXmXt BAK flit fttk WB8T N ATIOXAf. BAJtK. mils tM utter tire th nt mti tnnlh wilt not be Mitltld 1 tlte Uhmnt oi We p l.OWcttbtC ItHt. WAS11IN6T05 HASMOHT COMPANY. noTSWf jrTo niK in i)t,l r. Ilarlnc retlml from the Arm of KMMOS A II H 0VN, I lake n'eatnre In Informing nir frivnd atxl the txilnle that I oari be ton ml at my oflide, 681 Tenth street n. w., where Inn comttu tine a aeneral HEAL fflFrATK, LOAN nail IKSUHANCB DUtMNKSS. Proraiit awl perwHinl attention elven to all matters tlaceil In my Immls. Hetfiect fully, JAMBsI' . 3ltOVN, Wl Tenth flreel n. w Telephone rail UT 15. norli im K3rArnoros tub 8miM0Kscr of THK TIMB3. In thee times of the apparent In.p curl y of nr.ny recurltles tho ulirowil ami conervatlre Investor l Tery apt to turn to Life Insurance nx the bet of all tmfa lnvetim?nti. Here tire a few of the aclvtilrt). Iioti Av!n small lattatltcentn. Ynitrunnn rinks. V'ott (jet from 4 ip S per cent, com pound interest. You secure protec tion. Your helM receive the amount of vour txillcy sbonhl you ilia and you tecele nearly mnch asitln ' you oy in slionld you Itvo until It lnstum. You also receive this inonoy when yon may want It most In your ilcelln litft year. why henltate about maklnit such a safe, sensible ami profitable Inrest tneiit? Yon ennot il t-etter with your money. Hae yoirrlUe lnareil, I )0VIW A I 1AI.I., The Cnuttahle Life Assurance Society. Bovt Im 1MB V street n. w. ggT-TOTHS PfBLIC' In aallni; eontraeU (or briekwork loDKl'l! . CotUVS, HOl'street northwest, wants In aittlta the ptitille that he Is still eoatraettMr for all brickwork. ' I'roKirt attention to work naaraateed. tiorWlm Elernth ami 0 streets, ARBounea the FolWwlK Uanrala fur 0X8 WKBK OXLYt Hosier's Teatpoon ...Meperset Ordinary Trice Sl-Kparsat Stair Handle Carters, fully eaar- aateed SIM par pair Ordinary prlee SI.M per pair Crown HhIIob Daehlne XJOeaeh Ordinary pitct Smub OW Mellabl Clotbea-wrlwrer. . . . v . $ l.M eaeh Oar Entire Line of lfeirs at W Per Cent. Diseount. Coal Hods, MlaebsM u Ordinary price. Ve AIM lfnll Una of Gm and Oil Stortts, felt Weather Mrifw, faraltura llaadUs and Mechaatos Tool. BaNKEX IVOsti. IIARWAMR AND CUTf.KltY. Opposite HosUw DtyOoods House. THE MARKET IS DULL. Mil. What llusluess IVas Traiuaute.1 Was at an Ail unco, Xisw VoKa.Xov Sti. SIoswyoNcallU my nt 3c 8 per et. llxelianue stewljr ; poAUtl rati. ISUliJ, aetuat raWm, 4f3i for ixty Jays and 487 for do wawl. OovrnweaU steady, eurraiwy Hi, 113 bW, U. eoupoa. 11 144, lis. do., llMbW. 'i'ba stock market was wore tUan usually aelh a this tuoraJuif. At (tut oiwrIhi; ik Ices were susunwhat Irregu lar . but fuleiuenlly a buylnj;. ap patently due to tha seltleMteat ot Uaiou rtilic awl tke favor able News frotu IiOSMMNI this Htralav reportiHic btictusr prices tbeie, caused values to take a sharp upaartl luta Suar trust was aa ex ipika aad dedlaed 3 per eeat. at lue Ofwoiag to "3 ' sail tkta advaaeed to 3M t'bira.so gas dropoed -' per t-nt. la sympallsy with tigar. The wet of the list oa a ood buying advanced i to i ptr cent, la the ntst forty-flve wiautes. Toward 11 o'clock there was a sharp reaetioa. After 11 o'eieek the market rallied agate ajsd further fraeiioeal gaists were wade. At this wrWag tlsa awrket is dull at about the heat Hetties. iX ULUKt Y1IW1 Ua U !MtfHt at sua Wajr Hshsh llat Tsud Our. iU-Kut. K. Y . Xov. . Mr. IWImi ajsd Mr. Harrtaglo left here laet evaatisg for t'lsvciaavMi. Mr. nttkNt said la regard u tha elect of the Uhidaausse letter "I do sot wish to ex ww ay decided opinio as yet. White we were ur prised at the way iitaltstt have titrawa out, w think werythJbag wtU coaae right A com MlMaw aueatag will he held Is Ciu caveat! ad the result will he give, to lays naea. ' flkaf WhJiWltl HaVstl I MM-HdtuA K4att Jw. Jataur, N. .. Ko- SS.-Jieett's tv wDH at &uth ttay. which was wtMked bv a exoloaioM a Tueataav. jmw Tswa'w e ppffsiawisa sans ps'nasav ktuk few sarly yesUrday aawateg ad was kwftcd. The owuer wtll sot re UuW. TW dead frv the ti&tHbw bow rUyet aa Frask Oait haiag aw. euawstd k their Injuries. Joa wuga' ascovery ia duuhtiul. -r wajaAis a ha 'aiat. In tjae Circuit t'vurt oe WiwaiBsYtay IsHttrn'na a veadavt fr s.aW iiyavsges mwXndl by the jary hi the caae ol UMut Word aaMt Nat Vsatiy o lot th dtttsdaal to-day tUW 4 MlMOsV lot aww trial- The odgtot atal'vaa for 3tMU) daitugcs ai.d the case has aJreudv beiu tiUJ tbiic tiiuca GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. lVwrMASTFt! ArmtTTRn. K. 11, llnrrlln has been appolnletl po-lmn'ter at Carroll, Mil., vice I. A. J. I.i Molte, vrht illeil omc days ago. C?.nu Kri.tos 'r. . Atljntant Ofnrial Kfltrw, who tw bn qnlle ftk for wvml imntlhs.haastifflcwBtlT rcrtcrd to reawm his official ilnKe. lnE.tirxTiAt ArrmxTtitxT. The President to day apnrjnletl Henry M. Orncey tf M5elmcti!, 10 lie Mnrshil of tlie Connlr Court of the I nltetl States at Foo Chow. Chlaa. Pextrsck CoMMfTKn. The l'real. dent lifts rommnted Hie sentence of Danlt'l JIcKenna of Pennsylranla, con vtcletl of imsslng connlerfeit money anil sentenced Mnroh 33, 1300, to eight months' Imprisonment In the Krle Cotinty iienltenttary, Nvat. Notks Psetl Assistant Surgeon V. II. Marsteller 1ms been Ortlered to the Petrel. Knsiens L. C. llerlolette ami IMwitrtl II. Dowell have been relieved from tluly at Ihe Const Survey nml placed on wiiHIng orders. The Navy Department has been In formed of Ihe arrival nt Norfolk of the Petrel this morning. CoxTitvtTR AwAtiDFti. The con tracts for furnishing material necessary for the completion of the electric light plant for the State. War and Navy IltilliHng have been awarded. The successful Mihlcis nre Dynamos, Hdl on Kloctc Llirbt Company, hollers. Southwork Kountlry Company, engines, Hooper, Smith & Co. The contracts will he sent out nt once nntl tho work begun nt an early n, day ns possible. TttK t N( IN Mit. Htk's De i'AKTMr.NT. Since Mr. O. I). I.a Dow made known his Intention of resigning his posltton ns private secrctnry to Sec rctnty Husk cery ctnnloyo of the Agri cultural Department Im been wonder. Ing who his successor n III he. In the meantime Chief Cork ltookwell has been acting ptlvato secrctnry, hut it Is c.xpictctl thnt he will he relieved frotu Hint duty In n few days nntl an appoint mint made by Secretary Husk. News mow Tiif Indian Cot ntkv. Picral tllipHlclies rtlating to the Indian (lltmtton lme been received from the West by the War Deputment, and nil of them report the situation to he steadily Improving, and General lliookc says that every hour lessens the strength of the disaffected. Mttlo Wound has come Into Pine Hldgo Agency, and his followers are fast Im! tatlog Ills example. Short Hull, ono of the worst of the Indians about the Hoichud Agency, and his followers to Ihe number of WO lodges have also re turned to the Pine llldge Agent y. IlKPonT ox tub Mii.tTit. Captain D. M. Taylor of the Ordnance Detri ment has submitted to the Secretary of War hla report on the militia ot tho United States. He say that Interest In militia alfalrs has greatly increased in the past year, and that the agsrettate rnllltln force now lu existence Is lMi.lOU, an increase of -',IHJ: over the preceding year. Considerable space is devoted to an argument In favor of more correct balances being made by the various States as to their allotments. The report recommends the passage by Congress of the bill providing for the Increase of the annual allotment for the various States. Ills also recommended that steps be taken to encourage the futmation of new and foster us. Istlog cavalry orsanUntlons. In this connection it is recom mended that there lie placed In each Mate having mote than 5,000 reaulsrly organized militia, at such place as uny be selected by the Governor, ami when stables awl forage shall be provided by the State, of sufficient horses not to ex ceed Hjxcnly five for each State, to mount a troop of cavalry, with a de tach utent of regular cavalry soldiers to care for thtiM, and with stun boa com missioned otttcers as may be competent to act as Instructors lu both riding sail tacllci. tke horses to be nald for Ty the i I nltetl Slates, their stabling and keep , to be at the eipeuse of the State. TO CANCEL THEIR LEASES. The (iut eminent Sues Two ItilllruaiU unit a lelaitraph Uutttpau), !b rtitMiaio, Nov. 'M The fail this ttiornlag says a coanplaiat has beeit akd in the United Stales Ciicult Court by the Goveraaaeut against the mlU eru Pacific and Central 1'acltic Kill road CoMpanles and the Wetern L'nloa Tete gtaph Company. The object I to ob lain the cancellation of the lease of the Central I'aciac to the Southern Pacific ami also of the lease of the Central Pa cini 'i telegraph lines to the Western I ulon. The Government 1 taints that the corporations have violated their agreement with the Government to mala tun independent tines. processes will he issued to day and the secretary of the Central Pacldc ia ihe absence of President Huntington will be cited to appear and show cause why the leases should not be nulled. HtiaMi as ttoUlMfcwt liitomi, Sa Ksu&cuia, Nov. S. Lyman Mowerey, attorney, whose principal clientage l ajavong Chinese, arrived yestesaay from China on the leasaer Gaelic, lie went to China la the in terest of the Teh uan tepee tUttrowl Company and at Canton contracted for H.tsQU nsen to work on the railroad They will he shipped direct to the aVU of LsJUor. Alieaiy Ma wen have teai-hed SaUvas Del Santa Crvu. on taw Uulf ot Tehuanienec. and are engaged on San ndles of road running front that point to Coauacunieos, on the Gulf of Meako. J(eSaa Alajssast (.sMsstssa Ptepawni&oni aie Vlg nusde at the Kew Katsonnl Thenire for ttobert Man te's wsoslasjdJaMt of htnaMier IhiUMta thnUtog henok drama, "the Corsacan Uroths;is," in whkh he opens hi en gngesneaw o Monday evening 11. Mr. Mantell has nude a universal hit a the twin heroes, . and ' M afc. lu. and his inlerpretsslion of these conafsWx chnractecs nna hee favoiftbly cowpaced to Charles Voeh tec's- "Monhus" is iimirrHned for Thurkuy and Friday evenings and Snturda) astvtince. "llanalrt" for a single ptcsvtaison on batuadny night. Mnggte WatThcU't ieerUe at M bnugh'i Grand tawtea Uotsat next week waif hn as aoUonta Monday and Vsan W SSSW rsaniasnasST snajvisnpswary Be ln.Jiiii4jiV iyjy fmjf " TuMlfllJ JJfc wT.i.tsdayskhi. 'Lkwte sstwfeot." TL..Ldi "Loth? Fridny. "Jann hn "I be sali 1 1 -. aH U now open FRUITS OF TIB YieTORY. ttcstern Ilnmoernts Well SntHMeit With tlio AilvantncM Ontnmt. Kkw Yonn, Nor. 2 A srwefal to Ihe JTtrnM from Washington wys: Western Democrats returning to Wash ington point with satisfaction to the advantages they have gained In securing control of varrotts State Iglslatnres. In Wisconsin the retirement of FnorroeT. who will be replaced hr ft Democrat, Is not Ihe onlr frttltof the J victory The Iglslatiire Is ietno crntrc In both branches, and the Gov ernor Is a Democrat. This tntnn that the lit publican pocket liorongh dls tilctlng of the State will be upset ami a new apportionment made which will ptevcat Uncle Phtletus Sawyer from designating his own successor two years hence In Michigan nn Senator Is to he chosen tltrs year. However, a Demo cratic Legislature ami a Democratic Governor will npset the present pig handled districts and make It more than possible to name the successor to Senator Mockhrldae In I'M In Illinois the Democrat have only one branch of the Legislature, which will be enough to keep the Hepubltcans from gaining any partisan advAtilage. Kansas and other Western Statwliave Ihe Farmers' Alliance and Democrats in the majoiity. They mav not pull to ecthcr on nil questions, but they will have a common ground In resisting the efTotls of the dlscredlied Hepubltcans to perpetuate party advantage by means of State or Congressional gerrymanders. All of this means tt stonily giln of Democratic Senators and Hcpresentn lives In Congress during the net five or lx ycats. honorTng "brazil. RECEPTION AT THE WHITE HOUSE TO ITS NAVAL OFFICERS. t'rrsrnteit lJ Secretary lllalne A Aleilal Olrrn to tlio 1'restilent Ap propriate Aililrcsse at Mutual (tooit Will Mailr. The Last Hoom at the White House ptostnted a busy appearance this morn ing, as the workmen hurried to and fro, putting tho finishing touches to the decorations In honor of the oltlcers of the Uriulllan Squadron, which takes thee this evening. Admiral HaltUruar de Sllvlira and the olllcera of his fquadron reached tho city yesterdnv, accompanied by Admiral Walker and Lieu enants Mnson, llucktngham and Staunton, and were rccclred at the depot by Mr. Sevel'.on A. Ilro.rn of the State Department. The entire party went at uuce to Ihe Arlington Hotel, where most of them remained during Ihe afternoon and evening, recvlvlng In formally a number of 1I10 United States Naval and Army ollli trs. This morning Admiral 'tie Sllvlera awl his ofticers were met by Secretary lllalne. and by him escorted lo the While House. There the entire pirly at once repaired to the Illtte ltooin, where the reception was held. The presentations were made by Sec retary lllalne, and Admiral de 'Mlviera, upon being presented, tendered to Presi dent Harrison the handsome medal sent by the liraMan Government. Inoifer leg the iMjulslte memento Admiral de Sllvlera stke of the kindly feelings which the IlrazilUu Government had for the United States, and of how the recog nition by this Government of the lira itlllan Republic was appreciated. Presi dent Harrison responded in titling terms, extending a cordial welcome to the dis tingulsbed v Isitors. After the ceremony In the lllue Hoom the entire party rcpslreil to the state Dining Hooiu where a luncheon was served, among thu guests (besides the llrazilians) being a number of the prominent Army and Naval officers and the member of the Cabinet. The reception, which is to be held this evening ia the Kast litoin, will he a notable affair and vsllt Iw attended by all official prominent in Government, political and social life. It was desiretl to send Invitation to the evening reception to all the Senators and llepresentattves in the city, but owing to the difficulty In securing their cornel addresses and the fact that they ate arriv ing by every train, it Is feared that some may be uvei looked. They will be gladly welcomed at the White House whether they receive a formal invitation or not The BraIll ta of feers accompanying Admiral de 11 viera are Captain J C. de Noronha, 1 ieuteaants Casino de Soua Franco, FraneUeo de Mattos, Alexandra Hap tista Franco, Gentil A. da P. Meira, Sub IJeutenanls Kugenio Cansara. lien iiue tsulok. lloraclo Paula Hwroe, Tito Brito, Francisco Barreto, Marco da Silva, ImIi Jjope da Cru. Pulo Mendoswa. feuigeon Anteror de Jouxa, Augusta Silva IJtna, Kogtneer Ro dalpsvo Yillares and lieutenant I tuck lay After leaving the White Mouse this a iter toon the Brazilian officers were taken over to the S'ate, War and Xvy Dcpartnsent and were tendered a re ception by Secretary Trac in his office. MtnttUtl IT Ttt MKt Itta Ttskat SmIssmt KUWtl itswt Viawlhe Umu Must. Van Wwtr. Out ,. Jvov as. At W o'clock last n ight Hasn Prooit was shot and insaantly silled, and iMivvr Hantaey was aiw shot in the face by Willi uu Stewart (.all colored). Prooit was sidl ing tickets at the window for the dance and Stewart came up outside. A fear words were cacbanged and Stewart tued wlih a 3S calibre rewivet kfittng sawoting when Stewart turned and tired athUu. Prooit cajae hen- fraaw Dci- ance Last spring. fufj tjm aTautsuUI f H Mas " aws- SW "nwrnjnsywfsss,si - ' 'IS aa Sa As,t..iM. T. So, at. Tha Uhfcl of General Louis Sanduval tor vfadnaiag the United Stnass neutrality laws has been sea for December l-. Sandoval headed the reseat aMeanpt at revolt against the InUz Govemnunt in Meaico. He was arrested hy Vnated totaus troops and placed in idl here. Tavssswn- a csh.-rdny aJteruuon W U. Tvy was tauown ikxw ma awme nsctv the cctatr of WhMne Mai iWghantond ae nuea and susiaintd very sevens ijaiurtes Tke hewse hecanan liniiianaswawii -t aM.y. Uaskeg llaVniaa hNSgwOitd to bA iir Wihfistan lhast flfiClBAai; aaaraiJmafcl s ntnfCTa sswww stmnr nBSssnBBnnBBns inaajpn spawn1" andaMittad In taking Mr. Vaaiev to 1 wwajnaB" vsvnnnBnwsa nsrwnM s hwfjssamrat w 1 the Garfield Hospital where le ti, tilled fur i PHRNELL FIRM TUB LEADER OF Till IRISH PARTY HAS NOT TUT RESIGNED. HE ISSUES A DEFIANT MANIFESTO. nt dttholic Hieraitivr of Inimiw k Dtchrsd Against Him. MYITT iNsim & HIS RniRKMSMT. O'Brien Sngrsle4 far lb Lewrerskip. Mrs, (TSsrin i Qrief-StrkkM An- ta(r Very Spicy Snmttl, Losiox. Nov. a?. The 'iifln Tele gmj)fi publishes an Interview obtained last night with a tltsttagulshed member of the Irish Parliamentary party, who Is also one of Mr. Paraell's closest personal filemls, and has ltecn In constant com munication with him all through Ihe present crisis. Mr. Parnell authortres this gentleman to state his views on the ituestinn ot the hour, Mr. Parnell Is convinced that the movement to drive lilm from political life has been started by the tadlcal sec- . lion of the Liberal party for the purpose I of destroying tho Independence ot the hlsh National patty and making It a mere appendage to lite Liberal party, ami that it Is 3 pet tally In revenge for the attlttt le he assumed on the ipurMlon of the royal grants last summer. He Is determined to resist this move ment to the last. On Monday h will make some most Important statements to the Irish party, supported hy docu mentary evidence, which he will pub lish, and which he Is conmlcnt will be decisive. The Irish parly Is literally resolved Into Its tlrst elements; there Is no co hesion In It. Mr. Gladstone will now have his revenge upon the man whom he Imprisoned In Kllmatnlmm Jail, anil n ho afterwards compelled him to con sider the demands of the Irish people. The meeting was carefully planned and ltd by John llarrv. who boasted that he had moved Mr. Unit's deposition from the leadership, which was supportel by Maui Ice Healy, Mr. P.trnell's colleagues In the representation of Cork, and Sex ton. all men who had been constantly benefited by Mr. Parnell. Outside the Irish party the leaden are Mr. Labouchere and Professor Stewart of the i-iar newspaper. Mr. Parnell has hitherto been quiescent, but he Is now determined to lake the field and will Immediately Issue a manifesto to his Cotk constituents. Mr. Healy arrived yesterday from Dublin and at once proceeded t the House of Commons, where his appear ance on the scene was hailed with great satisfaction by his colleagues. When the Hmise met at H o'ctot k Mr. Healy at once Joined Mr. Parnell In the library and remained for some time In consultation with him. No reply to the message addressed to them, asking their opinion and advice, has as yet been re ceived from Messrs Dillon ami O'Hrlen. Tilt. IHISII lllSHOI-'s I'BOJU M I VWKXTO. I.ofcuox, Nov. 2M Intense excite mint was created In political ei riles generally this morning, but more par ticularly In the ranks of the Irish Na tional patty, when the announcement was made that the Itoinan Catholic hierarchy of Ireland had reached the unanimous coot luslon that the position was such a to rentier absolutely neces sary the retirement trout leadership of Mr Parnell. The announcement of the conclusion reached was accompanied by the state ment that, while there was no desire to locrce the parliamentary represents lives of the Irish party, the decision of the bleruicby would be publicly pro Bi'uneed, If, at the proposed Parnellite meeting called for Mondav nest, any attempt was made to whitewash Mr. Parnell. It was also intimated that, should the manifesto to the Irish people, proposed to be issued by Mr. Parnell. fail to deny and disprove the grave charges wbb'h stand against that gentleman as a eoas j liUiuct of the verdict In the rec it divoice suit, action would be tka without waiting for or regarJin; the nsuits of the meeting on Monday. MiituM- uwirr'o .vrvis.iL. In the n'jor WurUi to-day Mr IUvitt appeals to the Irish raee nt hom and abroad He implores the pipi..- ii and show theuaelvea eiiui t the present emergency, and says that if rajnui remains ai tne newt ot lie party there can he no hope of saving the cause of Ireland. The Irish party, he says, contains mure than one wan who Is capable of leading tt to victory, and there is sufficient patriotism in the party to follow a leader cfcoaen from its cvn ranks by a majority of Us mem hers. In cm. luslon be says that what ever decision may be made the Irish 1 sutf is Imps rlshshle. and he asks the people to, pray to God that wisdom and courage may guide those uoog whom Ireland's hopes are centred The AjW fcWbi iltr (Mitt's paper 1 also says Mr. Paradl de- etikes to yield to the d ray era and re iiuest of hi friends. The promptings of duty, patriotism and honor are stuied. and In their place are the work ings 01 hidden inaucc which, if pw d a free reign, will ruin for ge eratioa the ihce of Uumst Kale- ' tTiVUKu u f-vjnssua-. The UuhUn &.'tu.iu;i TtteyiutJ.'i asks why Mr Pro4l, eUvted uBjmimously to lbs Irish kadersUip twenty four hours before, should have voluntarily tffaced hlnueif by retiring ' it coav tinwe "If the Itisb party, c Hr CladttoBe'a ilemnnd, wisitcs to recaW, Mr. Fwneli hi right to demand a scletun vote of want at conndenci.'. in whkh every member must tgJut pvt, each UMtmhcr assuming the rcuwd bility of his tote before ibv Uih people- The busfocas i 10 gi,iutk and twmwntou to uermH of tl.e ii.ptame of acUndesUaaiijaumeut as ' a iw awtlemeat. iiwmu uaotu. mutt be iteclaxia op4 i u. Dnsrscs of Am nntLuit. stsssskw npfm' swwsa' 'The IrUh race evwt knvw ha each number of t ' JaThwjsisWr WT slSpBfJw smsVsssi wss ww ss tent vim Mm. Vhes a em. tIsfMam ftsesy hfcl haw dec . Issue the Irish cation wLl dvuiand the r.ut U be Lvatd ir -1 . i f tLi decision. A National CemtisnUon has liven hM In Irelanrl for the solution of less perilous problems. " T) Tdfglipri vehtmenllv urges ike coitnlry lo stand by Parnell ami stiffen the watereTs tOBTV "VFNIfR SfRVKS KOR THE Mn XRM.S. LortI Spencer, In a tpeech at Briimley lat night ald the ornnrrm of the Lib ends of Kntlftnrl wws cleatly an 1 nn mlstakablv against Mr. Parnell'cin tlnnance In the leadership of nf piriy Mr. Glsttlstone's letter had trtt k 1 note InhnrmoTiy with Ihe feeling of all Lib eral. The Irish parly. Lord JSpenccr safd, had liren too sevi rely crlllclseil on account of the attitude tbev had Uken, hut he could not blame thcin for not repudiating Purncll at once Cries of "Hear ' hear ' ' Thrv owetl a debt of deepest gratitude n Mr. Parnell. The members of the Irish party were not In different to moral considerations, but loyalty to their trusted leader "had made Ibern hesitate before pronouncing against him. He honored them for not In a mo ment throwing ever lltefr leswler. When the higher rrmlderalins of Ihe permt ntnt welfare of the country came Into operation they would respond lo the sprals of the I nRllsh Liberals and ask Mr. Parnell to retire It they did not do Ibis the Irish cause would be roll pi I back, and the ship width was jnst at the mouth of the hsrlmr would be driven by storms out Into the ocean. It would l"e a mighty misfortune to lioth treland and the empire. The Lib erals, even If .Mr. Parnell remained at the head of his party, would not alter their opinions. They would still reUt cocrelon, hut they W'onld cut away Ihe old policy and try a new one. Cheers. VVIMIVM o'llUIKX Foil t.KMIRH. A prominent Irish M P. said to dsv "Many ryes are turned toward O'lltlcn among the Irish members ns the man to take the place of Mr. Parnell In the permanent leadership, although for the present, on ing to his American mission nml his si months term In Jill lo follow it, some other temporary chief must lie chosen. While Mr. Dillon is a favorite, he Is the avowed orgnnlcr of the plan of campaign, and has always been outspoken In advocacy of It and of the boycott, neither of which was ever distinctly approved bv Mr. Par nell, nml regarding which Mr O'Hrlen has also been more careful than Mr. Dillon not to offend Hrltlsh sentiment." Mil o'iiikv's nttlar. It Is reported that Mrs. Shea is plunged hi the deepest grief by the ef feet of the divorce suit upon the for tunes of Mr. Parnell and that feu are felt for her health. Captain O'Shet Is the Hon of the Conservative clubs, and takes his victory complacently. ( I I ItMl N u V INST PAHS KM . The Liberal club of Cheshire has de mantled Ihe resigns! 1 1:1 of Mr. Parnell, and the feeling la the club Is so strong that a pot trait of the Irish leader, which has hltnerto adorned Its walls, has been ruined by being doused with water. V N VTIoSVI.tSTCVLI.. The Nationalists of D megal have de manded that Mr. Parnell retire from the leadership of the patty. ANOTIIEll lOSHOX nciMtll. In the Divorce Court yesterday a pe tition was presented by Lady Conne maraprajlng for a dissolution of her marriage, on the ground of the miscon duct other husband, the Ut. Hon. Lord Connemara, Governor of Midrss. The case created a considerable amount of Interest, and was tried with out a jury. The respondent was not represented by counsel, there being no defense. Mr. Lfwkwood, J C , who appeared for Lady Connemara. said she was the daughter of Lord Dtl Uousie, and was married In November, Utia. to the respondent, who is the son of the late Lord Mayor when he was known as Robert llourke. Tbev re sided principally In London, and her husband was a member of Parliament. In 1-HJ he was appointed Governor of Madras and a peerage was conferred on him. He and Lady ('jnoemtrn went to India and resided in Madras until Lady Connemara was compelled. o account of the condition of her health, to return to England In lsti. 'I be 1 barges against the respondent were tnhdeltty and cruelty, lie was cfaargtd with having been inllmtte with Hannah Moore, who had been for three years In the service of Ltdy Connemara. Counter charges were made against Ltdy Connemara. but there was not a tittle of evident e brought forward to support them. Laity Greanna Connemara said that in ltd she was ill and was about to leave for the continent for the bettettt of her btslib. Her husband brought her some medicine and after a time she got better, but the had then no notion what wh the nature of her illness. In India Han nah Moore was in her service and left about a year afterwaM. Here the petitioner's relation had been happv since Augua. ti, when, owing to certain matters, she had deter mine d to leave the Government House, hut she returned and remained a short time. Finally she left India in l She had no knowledge of the ect nu lute of her previous illness al tlrst. but on learning Its nature she instituted the pre sent suit. In upiy to a question of her e wnstd the witm s said these was absolutely no truth in the charge of her having been guilty with Mr- ib-igg in India, The deposition or ILinaafc, Motxe staled that she i in the nervine of Lady Ctenetur la i.s, and thai she went wllh her antt the Governor of Madias to India in !- In 1&L while they were at Madras. Lord i'm nemnra we iatfaaiue vith her fene then told lr. Briges, who was the satdteal officer en Lord i'lmuemara's stag. lto. Brigg was 1 sited, and dvptiaed that he was on the nicltl u.M of Mt: station in 1. Mo recollected Hannah Mvote being in the service of L id sad i-ady taWMW. abem4si,.uim 4 tdcaUou to him in WuUi l--. Lcid t 'onnemttra alter wnr i ? ' i ) U"u I . had I ten lnilmsss w'iU Lit M u wanted to have the Kuitvr b .dj. Arrangsuwnu wtsc iucrdingly lu-sde, nd the' i uj. w uiu kft India. The chnige i'i bis ii'.vio. Utu 'uilt of UdfCtuait ilL I ui iiUUtaiAli aa Wht'! i'.Bl IT .Uii 1 .. vi 1- i ,' t I'. Vi 1 L 1 11 1 . Ill j u f il II .1 i tra!fanlo tb- wiietce was clearly ti-Ul 1 -u. 1 1 t 1 I rd 1'i.aueuiara kin a iLt iLariri. - uuJ b id in. t lb' u 'Ut tu s r t. Up, I a 1 1 I I t tl I'dll c lu .1. .1 llikl U- A tlL I - I l'a L,, V , Uitcl to 10c uuKt (lunuase scnecuc a. n - -rr- . , :. - i ,. .1. ' I tb uai . f It 1 t l . ' U Bf Itlsfc lax pnyet (red on account of the alb ged failure of the Ashbourne an. whfch went on similar line and under which ClO.flWJ.fgw was appropriated to be loaned to the Irish peasantry o s slst them In putcnaslnir tbclr farms, It lslng claimed that intt little over half the amount has thus far been used. Many of the Tories ami Liberal I nw. ists would rathtr go Into the neti election on the same prim I pal on Which thtv fought the last of opposition to thc"ta.t payer's money being used la loans to Irish tenants Further advices from America nre ant-k-nsly awaited by the Irish member and also the Irish Liberals In view of the p parent purpose of the rtovetnrtteni to push the Land Purchase bill Im mediately ami vigorously, setting ail othir measures aside for the preset) l. immtt's t ttvm.Ks olWtlFn, It Is stated that Home ecreUry Mai thews Is fully prepared for a complete answer In bthalf of the government to any istion In Parliament embodying the al'egatlons mmle by Mr Davltt and others that the l-'inlan prisoner. John Daly, Is Ihe victim of n plot organised h imi'saites i f the royal Irish con stabulaty. It Is said that the Home Ptctetaty hns himilf investigated the charges, ahd came to the conclusion that thrv nre without foundation, ami alo that the stories wtre previously In vtstlgaltd by Mr W. Hatrourl, of Mr. niadstone's government, ami found to be untrue, and that Mr Gladstone rime to the same conclusion AMF.ttll VN tllKI IN E.vnt 111). The agents of American dressed beef dealers are showing great activity in Ihe establishment of shops In West Cornwall for the sale of their froren products, and the fstmcrs and small stock misers of that region are much alarmed by the movement. A Mr MFK XT lir.TltnTII VI A lietrothal islietng arranged between the 10 year old (Jueen Wllhelmlna of Holland ami the hereditary Prince of Nassau, William, heir to the duchy of Luxemburg, who Is now !IS jears old. The object of the alliance is to prevent Luxemburg from falling Into the lis nils of Germany and to preserve It as xut of the kingdom of Holland, a It was l fore the death of the late King William. NTt CIIIMCM IKKtlNi. ! HI w . trlrgent outers have lieen sent from M. Pibrsburg that all Chinese settling In ihe Trans llsikel region of Asiatic llutsla shall be tuntlteil lo tleilate thetnH'hes subjicts of the C'rar. The HiiMian dlstrU'ts adj dnlng Manchuria are being filled up with Cnioeso colon lit, many of whom arc believed to lie 'ii the ii.illlary service of China. Will IIKIT KM'I LstOX. Advices from Capetown slate thst Ibe llilll.lt settler In the Manlca coun try arc preparing for armed resistance to the Portuguese should tha latter at tempt to expel them under the authority of the agreement lctween Lord Salis bury anil the cabinet of Lisbon. The lltltlsh South African Comptny has been notified by Lord Salisbury that the Manlca settlement must, for the present at least, bu abandoned. fVIIXHI.'n vtAMtESTli. !! i 11. Mr. I'arnell'n tanIfeto, which has Just niade its appearuuee. Is a document of good length. In it the Irish leader boldly deflts bis enemies and appeals to the people of Ireland to sustain him In no half hearted way in Ihe emergency which confronts them atd him. SEVERAL KILLED AND INJURED. A Cbatitrr CHSHMllles tn a West VI r ciHiu city. PAKkinscino, W. Va , Nov. '. While a large force of men were repair ing n dam on the Muskingum I liver yes terday a temporary trestle gave way, twecipitnting twelve men thirty feet, John Harris was fatally injured, Frank Kamsay had bis back broken, ami Prank Sharkey had both arms broken. The others were slightly injured. Arthur augbn fell from a bridge acroa the Kanawha nlnetv feet high. yesterday, and ut elved injuries which aused bis death. tieorge Wilson was struck by a Dal ttniote and Onto train near here Wednesday night and instantly kills?!. Heby HUlrrf ia s Hennwar. Wot i Hnock. N. J , ov. W- A runansy accident here yesterday caused the death of the infant son of Charles ! Mr Xabb. Mrs Mi Nabb bad her ankle j badly bruised, ami Mr- MeNahb had bis leg broken in to places. The Me- ! Nabba bad starud to ilrive to lieading- ton, where they Intended to spend tha I dev , when the hi rse became frightened and rw away. The hone fell and a'l the eeupsLtits were thrown cat. Two otbeis who were wlib the party escapei iajuiy. Usmstlsg t'sssrt Hss Rwtss. bt Lut t, Nov. iS John G. Morse. an employe of the Jesse French Prnno Company of this city, was arrested here Wednesday night for the embele ment ef tleVmm. The acuwed man is I Well 4Jncted. end Is the so of John II Morse of Vtmlsnd JtS.roCMinty. Mo., who was at one rime the lU-pub lican landidale fiw i'nress from the Tenth district. Hutncs speculatUma , nd gsWbltng are the causes of youee Morses ibi-!iil - tailed tee a t-svg Sswuui SvSi 4tiMs. T . Nov .'" I. k lii' ikiutlon, the kading menUi'., HUlslioro, Tes , made an aitiu vi V (.dnesday. Ills u-lal liauilit u s, am to over li'O.tsxt, and those t pr.-f. n. I ctedttors reach ).UiOo The I,'.. t rcuitt-rs arc t raw fi tl A 1 s 1 ' . 1 lull-i. Tea ii B tlalitu .. 1 Nc .tk ai-d 4 C lu "I 'i ill ,-lrn 'I Li l Ul aUl. lit 1 ," - 1- hi ku . s.uwttua it iiiuc- Kiubct! vi('H auij cConfed ira'e ;t--t,'Utr- tu liu i'c- Tji .l( Ii' ! O j . 1 ' 'b - ! t I l . i .1 . I- ..1 1 ' tlVi't I ' I 1 v l 1 sir 1 ! r4ii.ut uui a. vis's f M.v - I v s 1 No Nun 11 i - Mi.l 1 u lUv r wit. h Vi ! 1 tli 1 '. u of ,!i , - 1 ! i-M. IV ) 1 1 ! I , 1 L.i 1 Mi i' u IrkveThai sWsn u'.d hive serve J her 1 the 'a f 1 '- ! '.'.ct TALKS 0F MEN MR. rUVEURD AOYISlIlTOfaST IT RO AT mt TERM BY A GOVERNOR HILL COfUftESSHrW. Kepfeifttitirt OwtB CSMs 8k Willi b lacoffli fix ScJrttM, 1)11 mm timiu ninMiiiAiY. CssVwl hue Mill for StifWii-tt-ArKi, Am AiUtBte iiri X. ef k Mm WW Thinke Tkey Art ii U Sbij. Here Is a little Incident Ihst hns hot before fonnd Its way Into print. It ee rm red on the train which carried c.x Preshienl Cleveland after Ibe Thnfntnn banriuet from Columbttt to Xew York. A Democratic Congressman In whstse bi sin still lingered the fine aroma ef the banquet, came Kast on the same train. Peeling In a friendly'moodhe went amlsnt by Ihe side of the ex President. He felt II Incumbent on him lo ssy something kindly and complimentary, though be had never been a vety anient Cleveland man. He accomplished this ictf-lmpoeed task In this manner. "Mr. Cleveland you made a verv good President. You gave Ihe country a very good administration, sir." Here the c President beamed upon Ihe Congressman with a gleet, Idg, coidlaVbeain. "Hut. Mr. Cleveland." he continued with profound gravity, "you hid better let tt go at that: you had heller let It go at that." Then, as the tx President withdrew hit cordial lienm and stiffened Into ftlgltl dignity, iheConawessmaR ntttlet, eonmientially: "I am for Governor Hill." Mr William K. Annln. private secre tary to ik-nator Paddock of Nebraska, has jutt retunietl from the West, tie says that the Indian trouble exists only In the Imagination of a scared Indian agent and In the minds of certain Army oltlcers wbo want to nose a saviors of the country. That a few timid settlers who know knothlng of the Indians or Indian waya should become frigbfeaed ia not surprising, but that there Is not the remotest danger of nn Indian out break Mr. Annln is very certain. Colonel William C 1 isles. Ueprwsen tatlve from the Third Alabama district, ie In town. He returns full of vigor and of a new idea, or ratber an old idea in a new'shapc. as to raising revenue. "We are paying out," be said, "in addition to the other necessary expenses of the government, a hundred and fifty million dollars a year for pensions Now, nolmdy in the t'nlted Stales, North or South, objicia to the pension leg of worthy and deserving tick nnd disabled I olon sol ders. We of the iouth pay one third or fifty millions of the amount paid out for pensions, nod tt Is atfe to say that not to exceed one million come back to ua. This Is n burden, pure nml simple. "To relieve the situation somewbitt I am preparing awl will nt nn early day Introduce in the House a bill to provide for it tax on Incomes of ten thousand dollars a year and upward I have not yet worked nut all the detail of the plan, but will son do ao. I am aware of the objections made In certain quarters to nn income tax, yet I think it is n proper source of gov ernmenttl revenue when it ts fairly and equitably laid and collected. ' A prominent Alliance man nml Knight of Labor wbo has just return! f rem tne West said to The Culm re porter to tiny: "Ii i a foregone conclusion tlttst there will be three tickets in the md I in lP3, unless the lleiutbiknaa eocehid to drop out of the rat e and give wee tn the people' pert . that is. the jUIks and knights of Labor. I am c-rt!' list the Alliance will put a ticket it the fit Id, and that it wilt receive the in di ihd 1 nt 1 f the Knights. You ntiv tsi'tfb, but 1 make Ike prediction tent the Alliance and the Knights will tarry at least nve fetajet tn Iw?, and law wars later will eltil their President.' Will an Alliance man be elected Haor from Kansas' ' Why, of coursK. The blunder made by the iieofia .s'liane will not he repeated In k-tus-c-. 1 - wsseh word out there fat Pat n 1, tit friend oa guard-' lot to, re fteorgbUM were carrit-.! n n fee. ektiuence of t & it 1; : ; , lie Kansas V 11 in dsuylt au 1 af dlflcnutui.ti.iii Tu t. iv . . a long liiLi urn up tin 1 so 'urn ibwn t 11 1 jMbi: i' , , ul ihty win ' it lu 'he i ilt.Ji, se ! Ii -fon tb -. t jfiKtt - ot tu 1 a iwrs 1 r, , i." theoi u ai UUt ci 1 i is- in rt he u.l.' in . I w veo W 11 1 1. ne. '1 , i- u , i 1 tin ' 1 1 B,MU'i i ' ' se ii - ,1 ' ib, 'Icttuc ut 1 Uuisa 'u a- iitn i a 1 f tki U f jili r 1 - lili! fi l r. ' v itb - Ivi'v iii v im 1- w rcwd t u i 1 ie 1 - iUI.i I a. . , i 11 ! ! r ti . i 1 tt vvi' t. f - t-1 ' atriv . - j. 1U ' ' I ll.i 1 M .ss's l lt i' a IVt -ssl- ' S- ii 1 'i . as 1 Ul.il Ml m U 1 ,,1 tt U r smj&t at Vr uaUto V ' te 1 t bis Stall -L 01IU 1 1 e 1. iL t ivict be win t r I I '! 1 - .lilt- 1 l !. I 1 L U it, U 1 1 u u -, , . r I I t ' 1 , - j. 1 1 the M a a caadUnte Ice ncrgetm l-ru.s. V