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wwpjppp " ' ' wr j-7"'rlfivwp?!!pTI) fliwn FiWiPip'V'1 ijpi!WiwwrTMfWn)yrwrrj'r "wt ti p!frT "" vV W. if P .,-C IjATK DIJI'AIITMEST NI'.WS. Clnv.it niiinitnt Action or (It-noiitl lulorest in Vi'iistilngtuii. Hkcmvmi voit Ulpismitiox. Tlio national bank notes received to-day bv tlio TrCasuier for redemption umoiint to $2?J,000. Conci'sion to AMnntot. Tho Treasury Department lias been Informed that liy a ministerial decree, dated October l'J last, tlio duty on wheat Hour Imported Into Vortugal hid been lowered from HO to2l rols a kilogram. Stmbmbnt or 1'uNt) to llcrinn Nation.Mi IHnk Nori:s. Tho amount of tlio fund held at tlio closo of business Nov, D, lbSS, for tlio redemption of tlio notes of national banks failed In liquidation, aud riduclng clreula tlou asJSS,7Sl,irtl.&3. Ham: Notts Ootstas.dis.0. Tlio Comp troller of thu Currency leports tho number of national lank, notes outstanding as follows: Currency, .2JS,71t),(l70i gold note. $183,037; national bank notes Issued during tlio week, $177,030; national bunk notes destrojed dur ing tlio week, 4850,511. Tub Aiimv Mkiiicai. Homo. Tho report of tho Army Medical Hoaid convened at Now York, and which adjourned nine dloon tlio 31st ultimo, examined 27 candldntcs for ad mission to tbu Medical Corps and 14 assistant i.TXious for prpuiQtlou. Of tlio former, ll worurcjdcd as phjslcally disqualified, 7 ns nrufcsstuiiallv doualllled. wlillo 12 withdrew. and only 3 woro upproved. Of the latter, II) wero found UiilI(lcdnnd 1 disqualified! Sluco the adjournment of tho board, u vacancy in tho Medical Corps has occurred by tho death of Assistant Surgeon Wctsolj auothcr will take pinto on thu 14th distant bv the retire ment of Siireeon llalloy, and n third In April by tho retlicmcut of Burgeon Masrudcr. It Is rucomtnouded that sullablo artaugcuicnts bo mado for tbo reassembling of thu board In May, lbS9. Tue uuur Ucpaiitmbnt Ciivsans. Georgo A. Evans, of Ohio, has received an uppoltit ment to a clerkship of tlio $000 class In tho of flco of tho Keglstcr of tho Treasury ttudcr civil service rules. Tho following-named poisons, luvlug served n satisfactory probatton.uy term of six months each, havu received Absolute ap3 polntmcuts: Mrs. M. 11. Mclteynolds, of In diana, to tho $1,000 class In tbo ofllco of tho Third Auditor; Miss r.mma II. Turner, of In dlaua, and Mrs. LoraV. Mahon, of Ohio, to tho $1,000 class In tho ofllco of tho Sixth Auditor. Promotions: Charles K. McNabb, of tho District of Columbia, from class S to class ,1 lu tho ofllco of tho Trcasuror of tho United States, aud Uct.rgo It. Marble, of Vlr Itlnh, from $720 to tho $900 class, ofllco of tho Comptroller of tho Currency. IVAr. DKPAnTMr.M Changes. .Tho follow lug promotions havo boon mado In the War Dcpaitmcnt: Jefferson Carter, Kllzabeth F. 1.011-:, Charles C. Jones, Henry V. Cununlng, Charles E. Tike, Mauton Maverick, II. S. Thompson nnd Chas V. llamucr, clerks, class $1,0C0, oMIco Adjutant General, promoted to clerks of class 1. Frank II. Walker, of Ohio, pi omoted from copj 1st, $000. to clerk, $1,000, Judge Advoeato Cicncral's Depart ment; William Haller, of New York, promoted from class $1,000 to class 1, offlco Surgeon General; Evan J. Gray, tiansfcrrcd from compositor, offlco ltobclllou liccords. to clerk, class $1,000, ofllco of Burzcou General; William Davidson, copjlst, JS-10, ofllco Chief Signal officer, re signed; Miss Julia F. llundolph, promoted from conylst $720 to copy 1st $840, Signal Office; Miss Geneva U. Dlelil, promoted from conylst at $000 to copyist at $?J0, Signal Office; Miss Edith O. Nixon, promoted from torn 1st i4S0 to convlst itSOO. Slenal Office Tarry C. Surguy, transferred from clerk class Si ,uuu, oinco ourgeon-ucncrai, io cicrs ciass $1,000, ofllco Chief of Ordnance; Civsar It. Gary, promoted from tlerk clas$l,000tocla6s 1, ofllco Chief of Ordnance. Commodouk HiRMONi's ItEl'OliT.'lho an nual report of Commodoro D. 11. Harmony, tho chief of the Bureau of Yards and Docks, to tho Secretary of tho Navy for tho fiscal j car ending Juue 30, 1888, and estimates for tho fiscal year oudlng June 30, 1800, lias been received at tbo Navy Department. The estimates submitted by tbo commaudant of tho various navy-yards and stations aro as follows: For Improvements, $3)l'20,71O,42; for general maintenance, $357,S1.04; for repairs and preservation, $l,(X)3,lSl.bS; for Naval Asvluin, $80,125; for civil establishment, $07, 708.20. Total, $4,221,407.14. After a careful examination of the estimates the bureau lias mado a material reduction In tho amouuts asked for, aud submits tlio fol lowing estimates: For support of Ilurcau of Yards aud Docks, SI 0,080: for Impiovements at navy yards, $1,050,248.08; for general maintenance aud contingent, $240,000; for re pairs and preservation, 275,000: for support or naval asylum, $80,125; for civil establish ment, $49,49 ; total, $1,744,849.88. ! or repairs anno uavj-jniu, uosiou, j, BS9.25; for rebuilding wharf No. 5, which Is ionsldcred unsafe, Is asked, and a renewal of an estimate of $28,010, mado last vcar for re building quarters 1.., M,, K, and O. For tho navy j nrd at Now York a special appropriation of $78,375 for repairs to tho cab-dock Is asked; an cstlmato of $50,000 ;is submitted for tho Improvement of Vt hltncy Ilasln. Tho vailous other navy yards aro also mentioned for generous appropriations minor nnd rorsouul. Chlof Clerk Youmans of the Treasury De partment wai a Ids desk to-day. Allon Nlxou, luto prlvato Tioop B, Sixth Cavalry, who was tried by a court-martial and Bontencou to Leavenworth military prison for Hvo jcars, has been paidoncd by tho 1'icsl dent. MRS. CLEVELAND SNUBBED. A T.uck or Diplomatic I'olltoliosH Shown In Huelul Clrclus. Quito ft feminine littlo story Is now n flout among tlio Indies of ofllclnl circles which litis itself ubout thus: One dn.v this -week Miss West daughter of tlio Into Lnsllsh minister, wus lu u storo on tho avenue, nnd with Iior wuh u well known member of tho Itnllim legation. "Wlillo they wero talking over it purchuso Mrs. Oluvolnnd's encringo drove up to tho curb nnd slio en mo In. She bpolto to tlio Kcntlcmun nnd for a moment talked with lilm. nnd then stepped to wn re I mus west nnd oxtcimctl lior limiil in gteeting. But tho young lady would liono of It. She Imd not qulto forgotten liow Mrs. Cli'veliuiil's liiibhnnd bud snubbed her father (iml with n haughty graeo elm folded licr bunds In front ot licr nnd turned her buck on tlio President's wife. It wus embarrassing, very embarrassing, not only to tlio two parties at. intciest, but also to the gentleman, nnd Mrrf. Glove-, land relieved it by transacting her bu.v iuess nnd going without the usual parting salutations. Women will bo women, nnd bnmo moro than others. THE DISTRICT fillVEUXMEXT. lllds weio opened by tho Conmilsslon ois to-iluv lor tho erection ot u tlwo-story four-room bchuol building on Seventh street road north ot llriglituood. Tlio following weio tho lids iiceivcd : James II. Grant, 80,147; James Hughes, S10, 4 75; William Ifothwell, ?8.02:t; James Ii. Parsons, S,0(I0; J. II. Duehay, S0, D05. Tlin contraoti will bo awarded to William Ifothwell. N. 1 1. iSlicii was heforo tho Commis eloners to-dny for tho purpose of calling their attention to llio luotfst fiom South Wiisliington ngnlnst llio alleged occupa tion of an nlley In snuare 40U by tho freight depot of tho 11. it P. It. It. (Jo., nnd ulso to Illegal ocoup.itlcm of streets nnd resctwitlons by llio tracks of thn company. Attorney IJIddlti thought thero uns a publio alley In this bquuro butl llio Commissioners discovered Hint after tlio alley wab condemned it wns not paid for and consequently no alley exists. Tlio .South Washington peopln wanted to know why tho opinion of tho Attorney was not legnrdcd. They thought a pros, edition should havo been instituted ftlnst. the company, 'I ho Commission! is liavo onleied eleven oil and one gas lump to be rntted on P stiect between Kon.trvntli nnd Nine tcrntli streets, and on loundary sticcU lllcbard Dates nnd Mary Johnson uorohold for tho grand Jury for stealing a gold watch irom jirs. uiapmnia .Morwin. dnnecr of tho DUtrlct, wus lined W by Judgo In tho District, and will oxpeilcnco no dlfll Miller this morulug for pluyug "crap." culty In fixing the "slate." The SPOILS FOR THE VICTORS. Local Republicans Recommended for tho District Offices. SUGGESTIONS TO PRESIDENT HARRISON. VTell-Ktinvrn Cltlzoii Ilcnrrlnc Well of thu Administration. To relievo rrcsldcnt-elcct Harrison ot any embarrassment with regard to tho selection ot District ot Columbia men for District oHlecs, tho Kvciilng rost hcrcH lib appends tho names of a few Dlstilct Hepubllcau patriots available for tho several positions wlthlu tho President's gift for distribution at tho Capital of tho lto- publlc. President Cleveland seemed to bo In a fog with lcgnrd to District appointments at tho threshold of his Administration, and his po litical vision cout limed to bo obscured, Ills Importation ot Matthews nnd Trotter, two men of African 'scent, to cucklo tho richest political teat lu tho District, is tin cvldciico of how President Cleveland stubbornly ignored tbo wishes and self-respect of tha ptoplo of tbo District Of Columbia. With the list of patriots herein set forth who aro arnllablo for tbo several positions, with tho salaries attached, President-elect Harrison can mako suitable selections and needn't go outsldo of tho District to llnd sub stitutes for home product. If In tbo hasto of compiling this roster any ambitious, sclf-sicrlflclns-so-much ncr-aunum- patrlotlc llcpubllcans havo been omitted, their uames cau appear In our next revised list. Dlttrlot CommHloliern IjB.OOO Salary. W. M. Webb, B. II. Warner, M. M. Parker, A. T. Itrltton, II. A. Willard, Juo. W. Thomp son, Jno. F. Cook, (leorgn Truesdcll, Chas. I!. McKwcn, Thos. Somcrvillc, Horatio Brown ing and Andy Ulcasou. Unllod 8tnt4 District Attornoy SO.OOO. IVra. A. Cook, J. Halo Syphor, 0.1 Maurice Smith, Knuuucl Molyneux Hewlett, Daniel Cah!U. II. 1). Muziy, Chaplu Brown. United .States niarnlinl-$0,000. J. K. McCainmon, John T. Mitchell, S. S. llurdett, Col. Perry Carson. Frank Ward, E. Kurtz Johnson, Ocii. t!ol. Ilcnklo, Sam Cross. roHtimiHtor $0,000. Simon Wolf, W. Scott Towers, Harry Sher wood, l.owls Clcphaile, S. II. Oterrlll, John .lov t'dson, Georgo B. Williams, James E. Bell, Georgo E. Lemmou. ltccordor of Deeds $16,000. W. W. Dancnhower, H. D. Barr, A. P. Far don, II. D. Cooke, Austlu P. Drown, O. C. Cutter, Georgo E. Schajer.Applcton P. Clark, W. AV. Dudley, Kobert S. Fleteher, Louis D. Wluo aud John A. l'icscott. 1'ubllc rrJntoi-$ 1,000. A. M. Clapp, E. W. Fox, Thomas G. Mor row, M. D. Helm. It. II. Darby, August Donath aud Georgo Gibson. ltcglslisr of Will $0,001). MaJ. II. A. Hall, Charles S. Uundy, A. K. uronnc, J. Jt. Jicurow. .Tiulgejor tliol'ollco Unurt SK.OOO. .Iud.10 Bclva Lockwood, J. Ambler Smith. Cnniiulsslonor of 1'iilillu Iliillillngs unci O rounds. Muj. II. C. Cranfoul. Bureau ir:iigriniiiB anil l'rintlng, 83,000, Green 11. ltaum, Frank B. Conger. Huinutlilug Aliniit tlio OHIce. Of tho abovo names submitted for tho Presi dent's consideration Micro cau bo no doubtbut that entire (satisfaction will bo given, and Mr. HarrUon cannot dcbiv tbo appointments on the ground that he doesn't know tho names of the District Republicans. Tho Evening Post Is actuated by tlio same kindly spirit when it prcscuts tho names of tlio District Itcpubll caiiS) pcruans.Jcjs prominent thau snmo of those mcntloued"for Presidential considera tion,' Q ijjcop.iralsbloners ttiat uro to bo for tho important positions at their disposal. Considerable difllculty has becu experienced In selecting tho names of District Republicans who aro willing to servo tho District In d minor position. Their loyalty to the G. O. P. has never been questioned, and mauy of them If called upon will respond and accept tho po sitions, with tho salaries nttncln.il, with tho bamo unwnnuL'ness mat cnaiactcrucu ino actions of Poo Bah. Attorney for tlio District. Tho Attornoy for tho District Is a nlco, largo plum, and Is worth $4,000 per annum. If tho Commissioners that aro to ho know boforo hand who tho applicants aro tlmo can lio saved by selecting ono of tho numes hero submitted: Gen. Blrnoy, O. S. B Wall, Mrs. Morella Kicker, W. D. Sncll nnd Capt. 11. I,. Prlnco. Anv of these gentlemen could fill tho bill, and whllo they might demur at first, yot they could not long resist tho call ot their party, and v,ould roluclantly, no doubt, accept. Tlio Tux Collector. A good many applicants aro already In tho field for tho position ot Tax Collector, which has nsalarv of $t,000 attached. Most any ono of good Judgment can 1111 this place, and lu conscqucuco thereof tho now Commissi oners will have a tlmo ot it appointing somo ono who will satisfy all factions of tho party . L. P. Wright, Ira Godfroy, Marccllus West, Gioigu V. Boston tho last two named gentle men aro colored Republicans, and tbclr party feality Is very strong Jack HoiiIb, Mai. A. H. S. Davis, Phil N. Dwyer and Jno. llodg klns aro worthy ot appointment. Each man has btiong backing, and tha nicest discrimination will havo to bo mado lu order to prc6crvo good fccllug. The District Assnssiir. Thoofflccof District Assessor pajs $3,000, and not a few good llcpubllcans havo set their hearts on drawing that salary for tho next four) cars to coma. Tho new Commissioners will do woh to consider theso names: E. W. Whlttakcr, Tom Cavanaugb, John Freeman and G. W. Harkncss. Tho Audltnrslilp. District Auditor Is a nlco borth, tbo income Is $3,000. Already somo ot tho District llo publlcans havo moasured themselves tor this dele. Tlio names ot tho following gentlemen aro submitted: Patrick O'Farrcll, Georgo W. Djer and Mr. Lcadlngham. HoalthOIlIcerof thu District won't co beg ging. This position is a regular snap, and tho list ot tbo M, D.s applying for it will bo very long. Homo tlmo ago, during tho administration ot President Arthur, Dr. E. A. Adams, ot East Washington, was an applicant for Health Otllcer. but ho didn't get it. While hols not a cundtda to this time, yet It may bn well to glvo his name among tbo Kcpubllcdus who iould Ilk o tho position. Thov aro Dr. S. A, II. McKIm, J. F. Molloro, Capt. D. h. M. l'clxotto, Edward Southorland and Dr. Purvis, The Clilnf uf l'olluo. While tbo salary of Chief of Police Is ouly $a,700, the Bplrlt of rivalry for tho position is very great, nnd tho Commissioners aro opt to engender a little bad blood In making tho ap pointment. Col, W. Calvin Chase, editor of thu Bee, tho organ ot tho colored ltcpubllcaiis ot tho District, has his cyo on tho place, ami his application "111 ho strongly Indorsed, But. In considering Col. Chase's annllcatlon. these gentlcmou must also havo tluir claims weighed: ltlchaul A. Arnold, MaJ. A. 0. Hlchards, Fred. W, Evans, ex-Chief of the Se cret Service Brooks. It. S. Fletcher, and 0. F. McLaughlin, picsldcutot tho South Washing ton Harrison and Morton Club. Tho Coroner. Tho ofllco of Cormier, In point of salary, Is tho smallest ono within tho gift of the Coin uiljsloncrs that is considered as an offico of prominence, but uovertheloss tho list of ap plicants Is by no moans small, Thu takry ot Coroner Is $t.e00, mid thcio aro a good many Republicans In tho Dis trict waiting an oppoituulty to sign their names as Coroner, Tho following names uio submitted for favorable consideration: Dr. Mary Walker, J. W. Howell, W. A. Kau dall, Charles Simons, Charles A, Hamilton and Shad Johnson. While it will bo Inipoxelblo lor all tho appli cants to bo Mice cestui, thuy aru willing to tnko a position of a lower crade. llio Commis IOIUIIV19 IUUV UIU ll t-fii I tl liuil It II W If I1U names of nearlvnll tha nromlnciitllenuhlleaiis sioners that uio to bo will now Know tho JDiVJUINl WASHINGTON, SATU11DAY B VETTING, NOVEMBER 10, 1388. l'AYIXU THEIR WAIIEHS- What Uiifortunnto l.nclinr of Cleveland llao to Nuller. To-day vrns tho dalo generally set before election for tho decision ot bets. Tiny aro belli) geucralJy paid. Among those of local Interest Is tho agreement made la tho Wind sor Hotel, In. Jfew York, a night or two before election, Alfred A. Mscomb, ofjlho Windsor, will walk to Washington, or forfeit $1,000 to Georgo T. Grlftlth, of Philadelphia. Frank Morgan, tho correspondent, chops a cord of wood forGcoigo Williamson, In front of a Washlneton stock broker's olllco. A Democratic Dcpsitmcnt clerk paid n novel os well as n mortltjlng wager jestcrdoy after noon. Willi k Ilanlson nnd Jforton handker chlof around his neck, bo stood by n chestnut vendor's wagon, on the Avcnuu for an hour and called: "Huic's your ehoico Cleveland chestnuts 1" The chestnuts wero decorated with such placards as '.Mills Bill," "Fisheries Mcssaflo,'" "Baekvllto Ejectment," Ho was unmcidfully chaffed, JacoU Mueller, a Sevcnlh-strcot saloou keeper, marched through tho business streets, carrying a "sandwich" advertisement, on ono of which read "Drink Dachhaus's Beer," nnd on tho other "My beer Is not near 60 good as that of Qhrlstlan Dacbhaus." IIo had bet nu Cleveland with his neighbor, Christian Dachhuus. A West End young clrl having won hor bet on Harrison, will enjoy a wheelbarrow rldo lu a gally'-dccoruted Vehicle along tbo Avcuuo to tbo Capitol, Harry Harmon, formerly of tho Postofllco Department, is compelled by the terms ot his bet to swallow a doron cathartic pill. Halstead Kclsey, a Department clerk, had to set up a wlno supper, according to tbo Bal timore American, for falllncto fulfill tho con ditions of his bet on Cleveland with Frank Ah In, an F-strcet salesman. This was to execute, a number of gunuastlc feats, such as turning tnroo somorsauits over a paic, run a hurdle race around a room and to climb a greased pole. Gen. Joseph Holland, ot tho Navy-Yaid, will havo to wheel Prof. Abel, tho photog rapher at tho tamo place, In a barrow from tho flavy-Yard to tho White House. On Tuesday evening next at 7 o'clock Mr. Todhustcr will wheel Mr. Fred. Loflusin a barrow from Twelfth and S strci ts to Penn sylvania avenuo and return, tho result of his judgment on tho outcomo uf the Piesldentlal election. Tl;o barrow will bo decorated with Hags, and perhaps a dlspla) of fireworks will bn clvcn. Both gentlemen uro well known in North Washington. A CAUSE FOR CO.MlTi.VIXT. Tho Slckonlug Odors Coming from a Dis secting Knom. Scricus complnlat has been mado ugalnst tho btench tulsing from putrid human flesh and chemicals lu tho Georgetown MedicaJ College situated on II stiect between Ninth nnd Tenth streets. A delegation coinposcd ot Father Walters, Win. M. Gait, Chas. Ikhnonston. Samuel Simmons. 11. 0. Tow- lcs and 0. C. Duncaiisou had u couler enco with tho Cqmmlssioners on tho subject this morning. Father Walters nppcarcd in tho Interest ot St. Joseph's Asylum, which adjoins tho college, Tho residents oi tnc neigiinonioou nro nior oughly amused by tlio alleged nuibiiiico. and aro tletcjmincd to havo lelief. Tho Commissioners nont for tho Health 01 Ilcer, but. ho was noMn his olllce. After hearing tho stnjrgjijiris of tlio members or tho cpmiJvrJ ey promised to glvo tho mutter", rnrly attention and tho Health Olllccr will make n personal in spection, nnd anv nuisimco or iiluibo will bo promptly abated, People whoso win dows .commnim n view oi mo conenc, complain that tho stench is unbearable, and somer of them Htato Hint they fie ciucntlr sec portions of bodies in tho yard pf tho college and almost dlicctly under tl.cir windowb. ... . REl'UBLIUAXS KOIjT. Prominent .JMptrlct Members of tho l'nity DljsntUrifcd'WIth tho Lcugua's Action. Prominent Itenubllcuns ot tho Dibtrict, not memlicrs of tlio National League, arc not satisfied with tho leaguo's hasty action in organizing foi' tho Inuuguinl ceremonies, nnd nrc In consultation with tho Nntlon.iI Committee with tho view of cflccting an organization loprcbcntiug nil classes. 'I'licro aro a large number of Repub licans In the District who aro promi nent in tho general councils of tho party unil who contributed largely for its suc cess lu the campaign just ended who think the cut and dried programme of tho National League for Inaugural ccic mnnles is not fair play. Go blow, Itc publlcuns, nnd btnrt with haimony and good feeling. A ljKflOAR OWXIXti LAND. A Crlpplo Who Kmplojs Ills Deformity to Atnans fortune. Georgo 11. Dickson, the icpulsivc-look-tng yellow negro boy with ono deformed hand, who has mado begging ot lady shoppers on Seventh Mtecti a jirolitablo liublncss for btimo time, wus ycsteidny arrested by Roundsman Kenny. Tho nrtest atttactcd couslderablo at tention, nnd a Mrs. Jenkins, a charitable' looking old lady, Intciestcil herself in tlio beggar's cause and collected sonio two or three dollars on tho bpot and bout it to him at the Mntlouhousc. In the Pollco Court tliis mumiug it wns dovclopcd that tho negio's defoimcd hand and assumed limp wero a bo nanza for him. Ills method Is to limp up In front of a lady lind bhoving his defoimed band in lront of her lace ask for money. This method has been n successful that now ho owns couslderablo real estuto in Alexandria, where, ho lives, nnd ho comes up to this city on tho early train cciy day nnd goes back no night. IIo was sent to tho worWiousc for ninety days. Sentence Duy In Court. Mobcs Urqnt, tbo nineteen-year old colored boy who was recently convicted of man slaughter In causing tlio death ot Charles l'arkcr by jiltlliig him on tho head with a brick, was sentenced by Justice Montgom ery In tho Crlnilual Court this, morning to live years lu tho Albany ucnlteutlory and lined $100, John (Jrabam, who obtained fj from .Jrs. Kn(c Young uuder false pretenses, was sen tenced to Albany for a J car. "Tug" Wiou was given eight )cars for as saultlng Jaisct Palmer with lutcut to kill. Samuel Kmcry, n colored man, sixty-eight joars ot age, convicted of tbice chaigesof houjabrcaklng, pleaded guilty to three more, wo given an aggregate of twelvo years. i i. m Homo Jtceont Iloliberlns. A gold writ ch was stolen Irom tlla Jackson's bureau drawer at 120 L bticct this morning, TI(o show window of David Nachman'a storo at HU Klghlh bln-et wns smashed TluirHflay nlnht and a cniiplo ot uni hrellas btolo.ii by Miino one who uutl olpated thu weather zV blnittcr vviis brukeii open nt the back wjntlnw of H P Gillbeifs storo at 1308, Thirl vs ' "Irect. on last night and SI. 70 stden linin tho money tlmwvr. ' " - Tho Climilliurlulli-i:n'tiett VVeilillnc. Miss Mui Kudl'cott an i "r Joseph Camber lain, of r.usVmd, will i narrlcd next Thurs day. Only rclatlYos fi m ""km ami Uoston and a fuw friends will f i '-sent, 'lhocouplo, It Is said, VfiUfill foi ' '"-olio Immediately aftor tho cefliuhny. I ? Bvt" (o' ,h,0 icllceii(,oob8ervoil by I ' ndlcott family In rccard to tho cne-aw," unil murrlnfo is that tho Hecrctary of from the start been op of tlio great difference, i piuly ot twonty.llvo hav Aruo to iiccptnniodatti t lives pf tho Kndlcott Mussachueet'e, .mi ins who navo l to It on uccount ,xts Itonms for a n engaged at tho trlendu and relu - will como fiom . . . . . . r i mJjuI Id Jl-aK--'--rc tin. T"SJ tfN. T" At Nearly 200 Miners Killed by an Ex plosion at Pittsburg, Kan. RESCUING PARTIES TWIOE DRIVEN BACK Tho Victims l'robnlily Unrlcil Undir Tims of Slnto nnd Coal, St. Louis, Nov. 10. A specinl from Pittsburg, Kan., to tho Republic- gics tho following account oi tho coal mine explosion there lost evening: A teirillo explosion tli.it broke win dows in this littlo village, nnd spread coustciiiatlon among HH inhabitants oc cupied nt dusk to-nlghk Thu violence of tlio shock ytus so great tlltit it hurled dishes itrom Kliclwcx and dcmoiiiihed chlmuess. Halt an hour after tho ex plosion tiho villagers, who were pipparmg to go to the minis, wero start ltd by the bight ot it rugged, bleeding man, v. no al most btnggcied into the Urins of tho M-archcrs. He said that shaft No. 'J, at Jb'ontcuuc, a mining suburb ot this village, bud been destroyed by an explosion, and that all tho men in tbo mine at the time, except himself nnd a Dane, 'whom ho left bkeding at tbo mouth of tho pit, 'wero undoubtedly tlend. At tho mouth of the mine the tremen dous force of the cx'ldosiou w'asupparcnt. 'llieiQ wero Ilium seams In llio emtli. and the tlmbcis ot the hoisting apparatus Acro shivered and burned; foul gases wero escaping. The Dane who had es caped with the man who had nlnrmcd tho vlllugcis lay In tho mtttl with his face covered with blood. For a long time it wus thought ho was dead, but hu regained consciousness in a few limits, nnd is now nt his home Ho cannot, hlieak, and docs not know what caused tho explosion. Ills clothes were in lib bons. The mini who reached this village with the fltst tidings of tho disaster, and who accompanied tho tocucrs back to the mine, wild the men wero nbout to quit work for the day when the explo sion occuired. Together with the D.ino ho had ridden in tho car to tlio top or the slmtt when the earth seemed to snap be neath him, mid the next tiling he teul- iz.cu amis mo spiasmng 01 tlio biiow and water upon his face as ho lay with bis comrade in the wicckage nbovo the mine. There, were KJO men in the mine at tlio liino ol tho explosion, nnd as they weio at work 112 feet below llio suifaco Jfc iM believed that no ono survived the bhock, as the explosion must have de stroyed everything in the pit. Hig fires wero built near the mouth ot tho pit mid bewido thce blazing piles the women of tlio entomed njinem placed their chlldien, whllo they themselves tiled by all kinds ot entreaties to ln- uuco ino miners irom tlio other simits to enter the pit and rescue their lelatlves. One rescuing party started down the bhnft nt 7 o'clock, but wus foiccd to tuui back, owing 10 tlio foul air. An other attempt wus made an 0 o'clock, but the lescucrs nguin wero forced to ubandun their work. They could hear no sound from chambers below, and this lends old miners to bollevn that all tho men In tho shaft have perished. Other cfToit.S will bo made to reach (ho entombed men before morning. Tlipso who started down tho shaft early In tho evening bavv that the shook had destroyed wholo drifts, and that It is probablo that tho men in tlio lower levels aro burled beneath tdns ot shite. Dlnok damp is supposed to havo caused tlio explosion. Most, of Yhfl miners at theso shafts came originally from Illinois nnd Pennsylvania. . fm- T1IE KESULT IX IX1HAXA. Gen. Jliinlfton Conceded u Plurality u( :),4MH in Ills Own8tuU'. Tho ofllcially determined plurality ot tho Republican electoral -and State tickets in Indiana will not bo known for ten dnvK but tho Catherine of re liable retains fiom the dllTrrcut counties has been completed, 'lliey show that HiutIsou'h pluinlity in tlieiStateis :i,i:i8. Tlio olliclal Hemes will not dilfcr widely fiom this calculation. There is no doubt of tho election of tho Republican State ticket, which will not, fiom all inlornintinu that has been authored, poll moro than two hundred behind tho electoral vote. Tho ollleial ennvass ol tho jetuins fiom Indiana polls wns not completed until last night Gencial Harrison's innjoilty in tho city is in il, but in tho county Cleveland is U7H uheatl. The iufoimation thnfc tho Republicans havo icceived fiom tho Thirteenth ilis tiict leads them to believe that they havo defeated Congrcssman.Shlvcly by u bmull pluinlity, but otllcinl lrtuins lu tho Llglith district show that Congiess man Johnston, Rep., has been defeated by 12. V. Biookshirf, by u mnjoilty of 50. W. r. Parrett, tho Democratic can didate in the First district, is elected on it miriow margin. Ills phiralltj, accord ing to tlio latest udvlcis, was JO, Up to last night tho Secretary Of Slato had icceived ollleial returns irom only one county. THE COJIIXQ liKMOXSTKATMX. DIscuiaing I'luiis fur ihe Itupiibllc.in Turnout Xext Week, The coramltteo of twenty-one appointed last nlgiit at tho meeting ot tho Itepab licau National Leaguu at tho league's headquarters, coiner of roiiiteenth bticct nnd Massachusetts avenue, wus tor tho purpose of making iirrniigcments for the monstrous paruilo whlcli-vdU tnko plaeo Wednesday night, tho 14Ui instant, the weatlier iicrmitting. 'J'Iiqi-o will bo a meeting of tho leugito Monday night to mako tho final arrangements fur tho pa lade. Tlio scciotary of tho league, Capt, D. Ij. M. PeKotlo, said this uiteuioou llial nothing further oould bo given out till tlio meeting Monday night. All tho or ganized clubs in tlio clly and tho Slato Associations would bo iiivlted to partici pate, and hu Ml contldcnt that tho man agement of tho parade would bo such us to make it tho most sucoesslul ono ever witnessed in Washington. In lolcrenco tu the Inauguration ho said no information could bo given as' tho arrnimemenls imd not vet been per fected. Tlio Commltteu Htppoiiiled labt night would tako tho Hist bteji nud of course tho eitiens would be called upon to lend their iisslstnueo.i Thero will lie placed on exhibition nt tho leaguo to-moirovv night an unblem nt tbo campaign ot 1840, which was presented tu tho league by tho gland daughter of Mr. Gideon, w ho was an In timate f i lend ot lieu. "William llemy Huirlsnn, Thn emblem lit nn old tattered silk linndkcrchlef disigned aa the Ameilcan Hag and luis Inscribed on Ju I'lppeciiiue. It will bo eiiirlcd in ilu iu.iugmntlon profcsdon. It Is expected that too or ,100 wheel men will paitieipato inMhi. puudo cm Wednesday night. Those dt'ilring a pl.uo In the line slmiild notify Mr. II. b Owen, 1 100 New York uvenuc. V -.- lllchniil IrmicUa will. Tho will of Richard Fninols was (tied to-day. IIo leaves hs moporly to his wife for life, to lovert to his three chil dren, Tlio will ol America Wlllev leaves her property to her two daughters, Ada II unci L1U.I0 Lee Willey, Jliiiilnso I.teaiuit. Wm. Olios nud Nellie Chanev, lUlthnoro, Md.; John (1 hrocger and Lulu Kohlcr; Michael Jaeger and Mnsdeieqi, Abell. nu Post. WHAT SEXATOU IIORMAX SAYS. Tho Votois M'oro hciirciit by tho 1'ulse I'reo Trudo Cry. KjKdat to the llaltUnti f Sun, Washington, Nov. 0. Senator Gorman Is back fiom New York, feeling as com lottablo ns could bo expected under tho circumstances. He hud Just returned from ii visit to tho Whlto lloitso and the Nuvy Department when it representative or The Sun called upon him this after noon nt his K stteot rcsjduicc. Tlio Maiyhiid Senator Is nbout tlio only Democrat In tho city, cXccptlngtho Pics ident, who seems to lie nlilo to .look plcav ant. and tuko a nhllosophlcnl view of the lesult, ot the election. ' Tho -contest," bald he, " was fought out upon tho line of policy laid down by the I'icsidcnt in his Mcssngo and by tlio action of the Debiociatio majority in the House. Tlio tariff Issuo wus over present throughout this cutnpalgn, ilnd It seems as though tho Rciiubllcnns liavo mudo the country bellcvo that wo weio committed to frco Untie, unci tho pcoplo pronoilliccd ugalnst it. Our position was grossly mlsiepre bcntcil, as our party has not at nny tlmo dechucd for fico trade, but simply for a reduction of excessive taxation, but the enfh-words of tlio canvnss wero all against us. Wo have gono down in a contest cntLrclv free from iiersonalitles. a fact upon which the country is to bo congiutulatcd. " Col. Ilrico will, of couise, como In for a general round of abuse fiom his dlsnppointcd party friends. All men havo to submit to It when they do not succeed. Tho fnct is. Col. Ilrico had nothing to do witli making or shaping mo issues oi tlm campaign, lie simply conducted it, on the lino tliut was marked out for him. I le did his work well, with line good Judgment, tact autl cneigy, and witli that degrco nt loyalty that has f-curtoly ever been equaled and never excelled. " Why," continued the Senator. " for tho lirst two mouths of tho campaign nu st ot his lime was consumed In trying to induce active anil liillticntial Democrats to forget their disappointments and enter henitlly into thu contest. Personal grievances weio Very haul to overcomo tu some Instances, nnd it was a dilllcult matter to mouse some of tho most valu able party vvuikcrs. By thu time theso piejtidic.es weio supposed to bo over-" come Col, Ilrico had but llircc weeks left, to devote to thu opposition." "What wero tho leading causes ot defeiit?" was asked the Senator. lie hesitated lor a moment nnd then said: "Pardon me, but I don't euro to go Into a discussion ot the issues ot tlio campaign at I'hls time. There lb nothing to be gained by doing so now. At. tlm procr time I propose to confer with our party friends when wc como together to prepare lor future contests. That will lie nmplu time for the discussion ol that subject-. I sinccicly believe the doctrlno or tho Democratic i.irly has tho suppoiti ot the majority ol thu people, and al though we aro defeated wc will come up smiling nguin four years hence. " Theio Is ono thing this election lias bclltleil," Mild the Senator, with cousld erablo emphasis, " .nnd that is that tills Government enn bo administered only llnough and with tho nsslstancu ot pailles." Tills wus as much ns the Senator eared ta say for publication about the Presiden tial contest. " What do you think of tho result in Maryland, Senator ?" " Well, I must confess I nm very much suipriscd ut the vote in Maryland. I have not job bad an oppnrlunitj to go into tho details nnd btudy out the causes and cITects, but tlio lesson I learn from tho returns, so far as I havo been ublo to sco tlicm, is that tlio maiiu factureis aud tbclr operatives threw their wholo power and stiengtli to the Republicans." " Have you any fear tlmt.jtlio State will Hop over Into the ltcpulillcan iiolumn in the near future?" " Oli, no! As soon ns wo can get our party in lino nguin wo will recover tho lost giountl Just as wo did after tlio Gicelev enmpaigu. Wo lost Compton's dlstilct then bv 1.700 majority, and camo xer.y near losing tlio Stat', but wo ieorgnni7cd our foiccs, tho Democracy nsscitcd itsolt again, and wo legained tbo position wo 1 md lost, and wo will do bo again at the next election." WASHIXOTOX WIXXEKS. I.ucl.y Jtcvlilf ntH of tho City Who Hot on IlBpiihllcau Siicccm. &li.liil to Ihe Xiw Yoil World. I Washington, Nov. P. Iru Godfrey, the laundrymau, backed Harrison and pook els Slfi.OOO. It. K. llelphcnstine, the dmgglst, is another enthusiastic Repub lican who wins S-,000. MaJ. Penbody, an nltorucy, wins 31,000. Andlcw Glea hon, the conductor who nccouin inlcd IVrry Carson as u lllnlne delegate to tho Chicago Convention, claims to have won Slo.ooo. A bet of $.'1,1100 even wns made on Monday at the Jellersuti Club by two ot its members, Tim money with posted with tho steward, but the names nro to lio kept becrct ono week. William Dick son, a member of the Nutlnnul Commltitco from tlio District of Columbia, loses a pot of inoncj', some of which hu placed for friends, lie is said to be out SS.OOfl. Some of Dickson's money wns not put up until WedneMhiy afternoon, Chnir mnu lirlco ami several enthusiastic Dem ocrats in Now York telegraphed that fraud lu Kings County hud been dis covered which would probably eliango tho results. It is also intimated that a number ot " fnko telegrams wcw sent to this city by New York Republicans, upon tho btiength of which bcvernl thousand dollars wero wagered yesterdaj' that Cleveland would prove tho victor. Most of tho money wus put up in small sums. Juck Kccnnti, a sporting man, wins 810,000 on Hiirrison'H su,eccs, Chniley llokstein, another sport, pocketed sev eral thousands. S. Hopkins, who sent tho " falce" Infernal machine to Chief Justice Waito nt tho time of the Anar chists' tiial, scooiH'd in n big pot of money, A good deal of the money that Joo Rickey loses and ho is said to havo dro ped neatly $110,000 will bo pocketed by Washingtonlans who frequent Clmmber lin's. Tho Dvvyrr Brothers, who lucked CU'velaiul iluiing the fall meeting ot tho Jockey Club here, lost $10,000. He decker, the bookmaker, put up 88,000 even on Harrison during lacing week and then, becoming frightened, hedscd for overv dollar of it. Mulioiicv, another bookmaker, is hello veil to havo lust 550,000. Mnio Ilnillim Found. Rochester, Nov. 1 0,Thieo cir.irrcd and mutllaCed remains vvuo taken from tho mliis of the Steam-Gnu go nud Lantern Company's woiks this morning in nddl tlon to tlio Hvo bodies lecovered hist night. They havo not been Jdcmillcd. Thero nie Undoubtedly mene hollies among tho ruins, Amout; tlu.he who nro mis sing ami whose bodies are probably un der tho smoking debils Is that ot Alono Stone, whoso wife wus murdered by tlio Hump deacons n year ago last Ai-gust. A Fielght Illoekado Itulneil. Albany, N. Y Nov. 10. Tho striking Now Yoik Ccntial swltchmeii havo locelved tho advance lu wages which thoy demanded, aud tho threatened freight bloekado Is being mpldly raised. It Is believed tho fear that tho height biakcmcti aud conductors would go out lutlueuccd the company iu deciding this matter, Sji)or Wuiitern Stiirnis, Chicago, Nov. 10, A soveio snow and lain stuini Is iiiaing In Western Iowa, Lust''iii Nebiusku n.ul Northwestern MImioiuI. All vviies uro piostruted nnd Omaliu, Neb,, Is cmnplelely cut oil from teleaiaphlc communlcntion with Chicago. His Condition Reported to lie Very Critical This Afternoon. TRAGICAL END OF A CAMPAIGN. The Old Viitorun l'asslug Away Aftor Ills Mont Uiilliint ltatllo. Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 10. A telegram from Llmo llock, Conn., at (M0 a, in., says: Hon. William II, llarnum is djluc, and cannot possibly Hvo until boon. Now Itnvcu, Conn., Nov. 10. A lelepbono lnqulrydlrccttuW.il. Humum's house ut 1.1 mo flock at noon showed him to bo In a very critical condition. Ills death Is expected every momont. Tho Senator has not been well for months past, and overtaxed himself during thu National Coinmlttco's work fur Cleveland during the past campaign. He Is soventy jcars old, and has long becu a sufferer from dlsoaso of tho kidneys. PltOltAHIiY A HUICIDK. The Death of Mr, ltnp, ii Mceraso tas ttongor on tho Mciimor Ugjpt. New Yoi lr, Nov. 10. Capt. Sumner, ot the steamship IjgVPt, jestcrdaj' empan eled a Jury ot passengers, who, utter hearing all the evidence in connection with the mysterious dlsaaiieaianco ot Mis. Caroline Rose, the steemgo passen ger wiio is supposed to have committed suicido by Jumping oveibouid into the sea, rendered a verdict of accidental detitb. Tho woman was under the In lliicnco ill lleiuor when she went on board the boat at Liverpool and hud a plenti ful supply of liquor with her. Her dls uplicuiauco occuiicd on the first night, out. In her bertli wits lotiml a tabio knlfo stained with blood unci articles ol clothing aKo blood-stained. A small sum of Iaiidlsh money was also found. The steQiago passengers weio inclined to bo frightened over thu occurrence, and bomu even go so far as tu connect Mis. Rose's dibnppouruueo witli tho Wiilte ciiapel murtlcis. and expressed the be lief that the woman had been cut up nud tlnovvn overboard. IIAUKISOX LUSESjnVO EIjEOTOKS. How tbo I.nbor Ticket Worked to Hi DlKUdwuitngc. New York, Nov . 1 0. The Sun this morn ing says it is possible that two of tho Dem ocratic candidates for Presidential elect ors from this Stato nro elected. This ic sult, IT it has really been accomplished, is In on "lit about bv tho fact tliut thu electoral ticket given out by thn Labor partj' Included the names ol thirty-four Republican electors, witli the two Labor clcctois-at-largo nt tho head or tho (Sckct, two of the Republican electois being nec ofsntlly omitted. It Is thought! that tho number of Labor votes thus cast weio sitlllclent to defeat the two Republican electors omitted from tho Libnr tickets, thus electing tlio Demuci.itio elccturs-at.-large. Such a division ol tlio decimal vote In this Stato is nott lccallcd bj- any politician. Mil. OiillVEiiAXD'S MIMKK. He Thinks tha T.jivlMi Umi or ltopubllrnu Money Dnlcntetl mm. New York, Nov. 10. Tho Bun's Washing ton special sajs: "Tho President continues to benr up wonderfully well under his misfor tune. IIo takes too defeat philosophically, but liehns not learned tho true philosophy of it, It what ho said to one Of bis cullers ex presses Ills exact views, for, In conversation with that geutlcmau, bo attributed his defeat solely to tho lavish and corrupt uso of money by tho republicans. This opinion ho lelter atcd repeatedly and with emphasis, and ho evidently bei loves, or tries to believe, that his tariff policy, lu tho lauguuge of tho day, was 'all light.'" Trjlllg li Now Lend. London, Nov. 1 0. Sir Cliurles W'mren, Commissioner of tho Metropolitan Police, Ins offcied n free paulou to thu accom plice of tlio muideicr ol the last, victim of the Last Lad who will glvo iufoima tion leading to the capture of the fiend. Later Jnfoimatlon shows that the mui dcrcd woman was a native) of Limerick, who migrated to Wnhs, where she mar ried n collier,. who was killed in an ex plosion. Alter her husbaud's death she camo to Loudon. , WOULD AX1) SHE WOllliDX'T. Kate Smith AVuntcil to Prunemitr, but KepuntH. AGUNTI.EMAN. AGED KOItTV. A LAWYKIt by profession, now ntttnillm: hupreiiio rmiit, dctlios In form tbo aixiuuntnni.e of a lady liotween twontj-tlvoanii tlilrty-lve; mint lu California and Imvii Miino menus. Cummuiil (iitlons con-lileril strictly conlidentlal. Address M. I). M this ofllco. 'Ibis "personal ad." In Tlio Tost of Octo ber 20 brought an unsner fiom Miss Kute bnillli. She met tho advertiser, who gave his name, Marion I). Nurmaii, and enjoyed Huti duy walks and chats with him. He gained hor confidence, and, tlio aujt, some of her earn ing, but was deaf to her pleas for marriage. Then tho bad him ancstid. No sooner was ho locked up at tho Twelfth Htreut Station lhan tho ropcutcd and wanted to havo him ro lcased. A most affecting Interview took place at tho station, though tno cruel bars scpauited them, Hu offered to keep bis word and make hor Ids wife, llrlght unit early tho appeared nt tho Dclectlvo ofllccr this morning and pleaded for him. Detective Hart had, however, searched Newman's rooms and found thut ho bad u wlfoluTcnucMseo. A hundred letters from thoso who had mnwered his "ad." wero found. His i-jbo will piobablyconio beforo thel'ollce Court. LIll'Ali lilUEFS. T. N. Holly, a llaltluioro bmkeman, fell from a freight lulu at Ivy City, yesterday, aud broke n rib. Mr. John 11. (ielcr was thrown from his buggy jesterdaj afternoon by his horso taking fright at an electric railway cur, Ills head wassorlously Injuied. Wm. Hrown cut Thomas Ditlanoy ,In the light side with a knlfo at tho latter's bouse, Eighth stuet aud .Maryland avenue northeast, last night, and escaped, Judgo Cox Issued an order to-day, re ttraluhig Juliet A. Hoff from bulldluga wall, obstructing tho light from the houso ot l!o becca (1. Dodge, ls37 Jefferson 1'laee. James Thoruton, who moved Into a houso on Tenth street, near tho Boundary, on Wed nesday, had become so distasteful to his neighbors yesterday that they had him ar retted and lined 5 to-day for disturbing tho peace. ATTH13 HOTi:i,S. A. I.. Huiiinicl, of 1'hlladulpbla; Johu Guild and A. M. Guild, of Scotland, and li'raoU Kcr uau, Jr., of Utlcu, aro at thu Arlington. 11. T. Held, of Now York, is at Chamber lain's. Mr. and Mrs. Kobcit II. 1'urkluson, of Cin cinnati; it, M. Hunt, of Now York, and O. M. Viuchbaek, of I'lilladelphla, aro at Worm lev's. Dr. A. I'. Whltlell, wlfo aud child, of San Frauclseo, are at WelcLer's. Thos. Kuweit, of Now Yoik; lllcbard Hill, of Newark. N. J,, and Henry Yau Hueubclgh, uf New York, aio at the ltlgg't. A. 1). Ilaub, of lud.; I.. C. Valentino and wife, ot Colorado, nro at thu KbUtt. Major 1). CI. Uldwcll, V. a. A., Is at the Kbbllt. H. T. lllodgot. Jr. and U. V. 'riupletqii, ot new ion.,anu uon. u. u. vuwuian, oi .ew Mexico, aiout wnuni's. TKUUHijE OX THE IiimUER. Tlio MoslinnsClmrRud With ltnlslng Km Imnlcmuiilrt l flood Tcxnn. IH Paso, Tcx, Nov. 10. Tho Mayor and City Council of Ll 1'aso took action last night wlib'h is calculated to lend to lmpoitnnt diplomatio correspondence) between tho United States and Mexico. In on olliclal communication to tho City Council last night Mayor Liglilbody stated that Mexican engineers iicting under authority nt llio Meslcan Govern ment weio ecnstrncliiu embankments oiv. noslto iil Paso ostensibly to protect tl)0 Mexican innk of the Rio Grande, which cinbar.lcmenls lie believed would cuiifO tiio river to damngo thu Amerlcuu bank. Moreover, hu believed tho .Mexicans had already cxUnded one ol those inibnlik nients across the hoitudurv nnd werouovv working on American soli, lie uiBCil that, immediate! action should lie tn ken to stop this work, bv loin' It necessary. A telegram was sent to Gov. Rots, explaining the situation nnd asking for advice, and tho council Instructed tho Mnvnr to tuko local stens 111 round to the matter, pending instructions from tliio Gov ernor. OHDKItEll TO IIAYTI. Tho U. S. H, KLiuanrgo floes to l'riitect Aiueiteiin lntorvnlfi, rortsinouth, N. II,, Nov. 10. Tho U. S. steamer Kcarsargc, Commander Allan D. llrnwu, left tho uuvy-ynrd this morning for l'ortuu I'rlnce, llujll, thcio to piotect Ameri can Interests. '1 hn orlglual order to tho Kcarsargo to go to Hay It was countermanded on account of tho leported arilval at Kingston, Jamaica, ot tho United States steamer Boston, aud tha llostou was ordcicd to Hujti. fclie, houevcr, left Kingston beforo tlio dis patch reached there, and tho sailing orders of, tho Kcuisago wero therefore renewed. A I'lipar-ltng l'nctnry Ilurneil Now Yoik, Nov. 10. Cornell, lllngham it Co.'s luper-bng fuotory, corner Wortli street, and Mission Place, was burned this moinliig, causing; n loss of .10.000. Other firms lu the building, Donaldson lhotlieis, lithographers; lieiinctt fe Vul ciitiuc, book-bludcis; Maikt A: Co., huidvvaio; sulleicd josses uggicgntlii 555,000, by smoke and water. Tltreo men were iniineil by lumping from tho sccoud-lloor window, one, William Weiss burg, will die. Thuy ltcfUKO to Interroro. London, Nov. 10. The iutrlnrclis ot Constantinople unci Athens lcfuso to In tel fere in the matter ot King Milan's dlvorco from Qiucu Nutulle. Tho Ruv- blan synod will issuo n mild protest against tho uiicunonlcM nature ol tho decree, but only in llio form of n letter to Natalie, not to tlio heutl or tbo Sci xiiiu chinch as she desire.',. llio London Times Appeals, Ldinburgh, Nov. 10,-Tliu Times lull iippenled liom tho decision ot Judgo Kiiinear in which ho allowed proofs ot jurisdiction in the east! ot Painull vs. 'I ho Times. Pending tlio decision on tho uppeal, proccdiuo bcloro Judgo Kiuuear Is stopped. HlliifiU's .Tlnjcirlty 1,1U1. Chicago, Nov. 10. Completo returns from thu Sinus show thnt.Cen. Ilurrisuii's phuulHV over Clevclund Is 31,i:il, nnd tliut Goveinor-uleet Piler has a plurality of 11.051 over Palmer. Thu Illinois Leglsl.iluio will stand: In the Senate,, Reiiulilicuns, :i.: Dcmncrals. 15; Qiiluu L'ibtir. I. In thu House, ltpul)llcius, -' ; Democrats, 71 ; Republican majority cm Joint ballot. .')). llorno Over u I'reclplco. Siiverton. Col., Nov. 10. Lato last evening the body ot Prcd Glut was louud. On Moud.iy lio wus blasting at the North Star mine on Solomon Mountain (mil started a snow slldo which bore him uwuy nnd bulled him over a high picci pice. Tho biiow is "veij' hcuvT on thu mountain and tlio mine has been aban doned for thu winter. Vunderblll OeU tho I', i" ,. ii. It. It. rittsburg, ln., Nov. 10. Tho doath of Dr. Hostctter leaves tho control ot thu rittsburjj aud I.ako Dilo road In tho bauds of tho Vun- .dcrbilts. It is understood that thero will ba uo chance In tho policy ot tbo compauy, and fow, If any, changes In tho board of directors. It Is not jet known who will succedlh. Hos tctler us vlcc-presldeut of tho company. Johu 31, 1.iiiicstou Dofeated. Petersburg, Va , Nov. 10. In tho Fouith Congicssional district, Piof. John M. Laugstou Icoloicil) has been defeated by L. O. Veimble, the Democrafio cindl datc, by nearly a thousand mujority. Liingstou tliteatcus u contest on thu gioiiml of liiitid. - Olm.y Is lluutiiii by l'holps. Sau rrauclsco, Nov. 10. Returns from, tho Fifth Congrcssolnal districu with tho exception ot two prctincts in Sail Mateo County, glvo Phelps, Rep., 20,010; Cluuy, Dein., 10,700. KIXAXUIAI) AXI rOMMKItUlAIi. Thu .Slock and 'Mutiny Dlurket. New Yoik, Nov. 10. Money closed an 1 !--', ut wlilch it loaned nil duj-. K cliiingo closed quiet; posted lutes 4 S5 to 1 88 1-2; actual lates, 1 Hi 1-2 to ;i-t for 00 days, and 1 88 to 1-4 for demandj Governments steady; cuirenoy Us, 122 bid; ts, coupon, 127 1-1 hid, 4 l-2s do. 108 1-1. Pacilio Railroad bonds closed us follows: Union tiisls, 11 I to 117; do Lund Giants, 1011 to 100; do Sinking Funds, 110 to 122; Ccntruls, u :i to nu. Tito stock market to-day litis been dull and irregular in toue. Northern Paclllo preferred and Oregon Transconti nental nud the coalers and Vaudcrbllti weio weak. Tho changes, how over, havo been only fractional, and 1-8 to 1-2 per cent, either way Total sides ot stocks to-day, 70,080 shares. 1 p. m. prlccs-W. U., 851; 0., C, C. I., 50; N. Y. Cm 100: N. J. C, WIJ; Ills. C, 1101; Mich. C., ssj; N. 1'., 27; U. 1'ac., 051; Mo. Pac, 771; Tex. l'nc, 211; D , L. i W 13S; Denver, 18; Erie, 28J; pfd.,01; L. 8., loal; U K. t W., 17J; I'ac. Ala.il, 374; Heading, 401; It. 1., 101; Omaha, 3bJ; at. l'aul, UOJ; N. ,t C, 8J; Wuh., 141; C. II. & Q., 1101; 1'. K. &. D. 25. Ihn Chlcnuo Market. Chicago, HI., Nov. 10. Opoulug,0.30o. m, Wheat-Dec, 1155; Jan., 1121; May, HOI 117. Corn Nov., 42; Dec. il; Jan., ijyj; May, :I0J. Oats Nov., 25; Dee., 25J; Jan., 20; May. 20j. l'oik-Jan., $14.70; May, $15. Lard -Jan., ifti.lO; May, iS.SO. Thu Winliliicton Stocks. .Miscellaneous Iioudt W. A G. II. K 1101; Masonic Hall Ass'u. 10.15; Wash. Markot Co., HI; Wash. Light Infantry, 1st, 02; Wash. Light Infantry, 2d, ; Wash, (las Light Co.. 1211. National Bank Stocks Dank ot Waahlng tou.'.INS; Hauk of Republic, 100; Jletropolltau, 103; Ccutral. 2011; Second, 128; ranners' and Mechanics', 102; CUUcns', 125; Columbia, 115. Hallroad Stocks Washington and George town, 212; Jlctiopolltau, 107; Columbia, 'M Cap. it Noith O sc, U55; Anacostla, 10, lusurnnco Stocks Ml emeu's, B8; Franklin, 301; Metrojiolilan, 73; National Unlou, 101; Arllugton, IDS; Corcoran, 00; Columbia, 12; German Ainerlcau, 135; 1'otomac, CI; Rlggs,8. Gas and Klectiio Light Stocks Washlugtou Gas, 4U; Geoigetown Gas, 44; U. S. Klectrlc Light, 1. Telephono Stocks Chesapeake vt l'otomae, 78. Miscellaneous Stocks Washington Market Co., 121; Washington llrlck Mauhlno Co., 190; Nalloual l'rcss llrlck Co., J Groat rails lea Co., 135; Hull Run l'anorauu Co, 10: Heal i:tato Tltlo Iusuranco Co., 117; Columbia Title. Insurance Co , 03; National Safe De posit Co.,; American Gruphupbons Co., 13J. Local AVuathcr Ilidloiitlont. Much colder; fair during Saturday nUhtand Sunday; westerly winds. Tomixiiiiturotoduyi 0 a. m., U0; 12 m., 70; 3 p. in., 73. i 1 blt.m I -jisU.. u,ii-.' 1 ujU , iA i