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17TH T5BAR-.-N0.f 5,115.
WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1884.
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MEN'S AND LADIES' TOILET OA8E3, In riusn
and Russian Leather. " '
MEN'S AND LADIES TRAVELING 'OASES, la
Alligator ana Lcathor.
MEN'S AND LADIES' TRAVELING COMPAN
10NB, Tltb ana without furnishings,
M EN'S COLLAR AND OOrr BOXES', SMOKERS'
BETtJ, rOLKASEIfL. ' ' t'1
manicure oases, in rinau, Alligator ana
Rneslnn Leather.' r '
MANWUBB .GOODS A SPECIALTY,
roLDiNO MIRROR?, In Flush ana Russian
HANDKERCHIEF, BOXES, ,fn I'lush artdRus
elan Loathe.1- ' - ' r
QLoyn boxes, in riutji and ituostan Leather,
MOBOHOIR OA8ER, tn Flush, Batlu and 8l)h
Falntoa ana Embroidered.,,
OSTRICH FEATHER FANS,Wlth Ebony, Pearl.
Toryileq Bholl ana Ivory Bucks. . '
WniTE AND COLORED BILK AND SATIN
FANS, Hani Tainted, with Bholl, Ivory and
rearl Sticks. . i
OOLD MOUNTED UMBRELLAS, BILVER
NOBNTED UMBRELLAS,, . UMBRELLAS.
WITH HANDSOME NATORAlbTIOKH, h
8CARF PINB, SLEEVE DOTTON8, SLEEVE
LINKS. - . - i
BILK MUFFLERS.- BILK HANDKERCHIEFS'
AND BILK BPBI'.ENUEK'), ,
DBBWS KEWiDBUG STORE
1IA3 JCSTOrENED A OnOlOE ASSORTMENT
OF - -
h Gifts for the ffoffls.
I'omprlslng all tho Newest Novelties in Plush
and Lcathor Toilet Oases, Odor Oasos, Cabas
t una Handsome Cut-Glass Toilet Bets ana
Bottlos, disijuo Figures, tc. Wo also have
tho largest and best assortment ot
In tho city, in connection with tho abovowe
liavo a full lino ot French ana English Porr
fumes, Colognes, fca. Hanlour Goods a Bpo.
olaltv. Ol'LN ALL NIOUTr
THE MISFIT STORE
Corner I0h and F Streets,
THANKS is grateful Indood tor tho very lib;
thanks oral patronago rocoivod during th
j THANKS past week ana offers sincere thanks,
THANKS tor tlio timely assistance. Ot cotfrse
THANKS such crowds ot customer playod
THANKS havoo with our assortment, ana tor
niAKKB this reason wo will cantlnuotoaoll
TUANKS tho balance ot our stock ot Une
THANK8 SUITS AND OVEKOOATS tor MEN,
THANKS YOUTHS, BOVS AND CHILDREN,
THANKS At CO CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
thanks Wbllo sizes aro gonprally brokoo,
THANKB vro bavo bucU an immense varloty
THANKS that wa can still suit every one as
THANES, to, size,, style, quality, and, bostof
THANKS all, PRICE.
OTffEW YEAR'S OALLS.
New S(ye Fuji Dres3 Vosts.
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931 Penn. Avenue.
THE, BEST $lkOO
Ever put on tho Market, worth $1.50,
LIBDEY'S NEW JEWELRY STORE
010 NINTH STREET,
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S. N. MEYER, 922 7th St. N.W
OOLD AND BILVElt TBIimiNCIi
Manutacturer ot Banners, omn and Hoclotj
u. Dodges, Regalias, tic,
"iji 1 1 "'t , "iif u r- tt -, ' i
JSfEW YEa AND opera
DB OGLOVE8 "
J1?1!!"! Ji!11, H1"0 Otidressed Kid aiqvcs, Bplondld duality, ooe. por pair,
Ladles 4 Dut. Termor Opora Kia Oloves, oiob pair stamiieU inside with 1
nflrriMr. " -
Ladies' 8-uut. Lenwh Mousquotalre Buodo bovcs, tn Tans' and Brown?, splendid vaiue, tl.BO
Xadles(i.J)ut."RHlon"Kia Olovos, ltt'orcam, rearl, Pink, Lomon, Lavonder and White.
si.,5 per pair. :
I''"llf2 p nair peU ol0.T1'i ln Wi?lt,i Crcrjin, Lavonder, Ros, Pink, Light Tana and rearl,
Ladles 8 Dm.MouauM.aira eM (Kld Olovcf , IntEeru, TJme, Fawns, Browns and Bronte, ex-
Men's 2-riut. kMoIotof, in While, Cream and Pearl, 7Be. per pair.
Men's a unU"Ohoverenu, Kid Oloves,' embroidered backs, in Tau, Browns a-jd Bronte, tlAa
"n' m'5o nno quaTn'y,1?' rer"'"110 RDd omUro,,,otod baclw' Tftns' Bwn3 ttI"J a?
WoodwaiM. Lothrop Boston DryGoodsHouset
opens (PBiCB oisi:"-:
921 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Woodward & Lotiirop. 4,; !
Beg to call attention to tholr splendid lino ot, .
AmioAjitEioH'Aim g-eriab; corsets)
And quoto tho lollawlng descriptions and prices i
BO dozen riuo Jean Oorsots, etdo eteeis, warranted whalebono, imbrolJered busts, Id Whtto
OLd DraV, all sizes fronUH to 00, 50c, per pair.
60 dczenFlnoaerman Woven Corsets, side steels, embroidered bust!, scalloped tops, wart
rametl wbalobono, In Whlto ana Drab, 7Bc. por pair.
CO dozen Flue American Cottlll Corsets, trlplo thickness ot clotb, double bound hip?, extra,
steel flown tne front, warranted whalebone, laco top, perfect Btiape and fltllug, si.25 per,
Celebrated " I. 0." Frenph Corbet?,
Conceded to bo the most perfect shaped and finished and best fitting fcorsetllmportsl to this
Woodward & Lothrop-Bostoiv Dry CrQDds House,
ON-ja price o'tsroj-sr.
921 PENN. AVENUE.
HUWORV UTTtJBiOHBfl. I
Tlio CIirJMtiinti cinli Celebrntlou In
At noon to day there was n great crowd of
buncry-Joo'klng l,ltlo'onesJ in front ot tho Cur
tis School building, Thoy bad gathered tbore
toattondtbo Christmas dlnuor as the guests
ot tho bcnovolcnt folks ot West Washington,
,Tbere was a manltost uueaslnoss among the
cnuaren. -xuoy couia smeu me gooa tilings,
and tbty wanted to get at them at once.
Cotter, the red beaded poet of tho police
force, was ln front ot the building. Ha was
Intro to maintain order, and be did It. la
order to keep up tbo spirits of tho children he
tang them two cr tbrpo songs and quoted some
ot bis own poetry. Tbo youngsters were
nniueed by thoklodnesssbown them by Oottor
(whose heart Is as big as tbo world), but whoa
Mr. F. L. Moore, tbe proeidont ot tho Onrlstr
mas Club, eatj, "Mr. umcer, you may lot the
children In," tholr beatts Jumped for loy.
Two by two thoy marched down tq the playr
rooms, where they wero kindly groetod by
Mccsr. John T. Mltcholl, Charles JI. Mat
thows, Superintendent Jannoy, 3. U. Gordon
and Dr. Unrbnrlne, nnd wore by thorn turned
over to Mesdames Sawyer.' 1. Thomas, Davis.
Matthews, Dallam, Hates, I'laterand Wheatly,
who directed them to tbelr places. Each child
had a piato nikawltru'tumojr,aud other
meats, att, apple, an orange, cakes, bananej
Tho little fence, tots bad, tbo satisfaction ot
being waited on by a, bevy ot lovely young
ladles,' among tbom being Mlssos Emily and
,l.ucy MattbowstMayjBawyer, Nina Dradley,
Maty Walker, l'ounla OUbert, Corean Ulleyl
Katle. Virginia ana Grace ppuga.li tUlqqtu
Kuowloe, J.ttlo Miller, Holen ana Auute Olbus,
Katie Kates. LIU aurlay- and CUudo Btawarti
'Masters Wllllo'ond Albert Matthews, Oharllo
Croplvyi Stanhope Wllllamv, UearyIattbwS
and Frank Stewart also acted as ralters. )
They rendered valuable.Md, to the ladies. I
alio two playrooms invtbepasementotth
building wero used tor the dinner, Messrs
John T. Mitchell, Archibald Groonlees and J
n, Gordon' being im charge of one, ami Mr:
Matthews, Dn Darbarlne and Mri Janney the
other. The two latter gentleman did the cirv!
log, and ltrthlscapocltyncqulttod thsmsolvos
i very handsomely- , , '
Alter dinner tho children marched "bpstalrs
to tbo exerclso hall and e.iib one 'was treated
toailMJX ot candy jond toys, A Ohrlstraai
tree, lined beautifully, stood on tbo pistformi
and was ruuotr admlrod, by the. poor tblldronl
many ot whose ej os no doubt rest only upon
cold and batren walls at borne,
taken all In all, oven a greatersuoooss this
Tho orurnrs ot tho club aro Mr. V, L. Monf
dtrl, Miss Bertha Mitchell, secrotaryi William
Mayfleld, treasurer; Austin norr, chairman
otcoromuteoonflnanco: Mr, Matthews, com,
mlttcocn Invitations) John T, Mltcholl, on
supplies, and Mrs. Dr. l'etertnn decorations,
Mr. and Mrs. 7.. L. Loiter gavp a largely at,
tended recoptlon list night at their residence;
tho Blaine mansion, The hours uamod warn
alio old-fashlonod ones, 8 to II, and the Innoi
vatlon formed the gossip ot tliaday. Uocroi
inry anu oirsiucuuifpcnwuiLinirouuce tneir
datightor, Marie, to soc t a reception and
dancing parly ou Saturday light, Uuestsare
asked for 8 o'clock.
TUo IllrtU' BUI.
Tbo Blair Educatlonaiuill will shatffy come
up In the Housoof RepresentoUjm, It will
bo ably championed by a uumMrrol great men
otbotb parties, lboro ts aaQslderablo opp)i
Mtlon lojliepaasacoot tJrel)UI,and Mr. lloii
gan, otxexnr, la alushTy tottltylng hlmselt
wlnn, speech to narbrr against It. There H
nooppolllonfwover, Ineltboc tbo bona'o
or tlio Ilputjjff the passago ot a resolution ln,
aorslng lruothlng house ot Riblnsou, Pi-,
ker A. fTsoulheast eornor ot Bevouth and D
A. KOjruI Weilillns;.
rrlnco Henry, of Battenberg, aasrrrlncosi
Beatrice, thp daughtorot QiwasfTlctorla, will
shortly be marued. TbaMfni bo a big (o.aet
on tho occasion of ihasAfbddlug, audit Is said
that tho wlnosuslrTianors to bo used will be
piircbaffjLrfrMjur tellow-townsnian, Jame4
tHhVS K lVH .
A DMorCo Io Blrs. DyliCS.
Justice Cox to-day granted Mary L. Dyko;
divorce from the bondaut matrimony with
1 rands Dykes, 'ilie case was conducted by
Mr. A. K. Browno and the charge was eleven
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Tlio I'lrc-Aluriii lu I(IK lu "Neiv
The District Flrc-Alarm Department will
ring out tho old year and ring, In the now at
midnight to night py striking JJIuisW pity
mDcos., cor.TiU JtE.
'Goods - Herase.
tho nuksr's nam.
912 D Street
BCOMOMr ttLOALLINC. .
Tlio Car'rlrtee to' tbo Rcnr mill tho
Cab to tho Front.
Said a Ilvery-etablo man to Tut enmh ro,
porter to-day: "I have received but compare
tlvoly tow orders tor carriages this year. Of
course I bavo many orders fqr such vehicles to
ho us'od to.morroW, but they art by no moius,
as numerous as In former years. I actually
bavo carriages now that are not subject to or-i
dors tor calling to-morrow, Never boforohavq
I bad a similar experience,"
"Tho cause J" asked tho reporter,
"Tho cause," waSithe rnplsv "is ,tho cabs.
They have played havoc with carriages. They,
arethenper and they answer the purpose as.
well. Instead ot four young men hiring near,
rtngo at from five to ten dollars in which td
make.thelr calls, they employ a cab at about
one halt that price.. They get -along lust as
well and save their money,
Then another thing, wnen two young moq
call together, or wnen one goes -out-nlone, a
hansom Is employed, andnqt a oupo,as here!
torore I keep cabs and inako monoy out o(
them, but they navopractlcally.broken me urT
In my carrlago business."
"What is tbo proportion ot oabs to carj
"Thero Is no roal proportion. Formerly It
was all caulagesp'now It Is practically all
cabs. Tho young man arotomblnlng economy.
with their calling on New Yuaf a dav. Hut wa
do not lose by It. Tho numboiof callers has
L,been Incroosod bynbo Introduction ot cboan
u,uo, q K.vt, iua iicvufc irom iuu uicroasa. l
am sattsiled) and have no reason to supposq
that the callers arq ut."
DIatiliOnutlls !" Olivette."
Mles'Danlollo's conception and treatment o(
Oln die ranks among tho leading- porsonatlona
ot that rol,Th tales hoydeqlsUthan OatW
frlne Lewis, tiotsesses more winning archness
thad Fay Temploton; and'approaciies neara3
the excellent conoopttou.o: AtlssFIorenooBt,
jlohnof England, tbo original, Oltielle, than
anr one on tho boards. There Is n liittnniAh
.grace about, her pranks that latjulte fascinate
lug and undoublolly realizes Audrnn's con.
lopuua in mn i)ar..iuo renauion ot tnq
sobblfigsong Is generally considered a tostot
i test oi
on viiiiucf puiiuy, Misspsnieiie sings Inn
I'tfijr iijtivuir ua )i was inteauea io do
iuu buud xuasiog pare or mo meioay,
Tcmcleton dostrovathtrnloasara orhor
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Istlc. S.ucb a thing erates on thq.oars. MIs
Daniello proves berselt to be an artist In her
treatment ot ne song. -Htio displays thp samq
arttstlceenso in her concentlon or otlier mini
.sages in tbqopera.. Miss Kato Bauer, who nils
the roloof thn VounteHj ably sustains her dif
ficult role; Rarely has the waltz song, "(I
U0Br,t"boen rendered -moro sweetly thatijlt
nan ,a,,uivuiu ur uaioo ukiivi. Olia 1UUUJJ
Braco and llfo to a part naturally tamo and
Tiei, 0' Aaw Itoftil,
Tha officers otlhe Baltimore k Philadelphia
Railroad Company report that the lastirall ot
ibatportlooottbellnelyluKWIIhln tha Btatq
ot Delan aro was laid last, night, audathat, the
first train ot cars will pass over tblscompleted
portion between tho Maryland and l'eunsylvai
nlaStatq lines, a distance of elghteon ratios, to,
morrow, Tha bridge over the Brandy wine at
Wlliulnfiton is ns yet a temporary framo stnio)
lure,' to bo roplacod by a eubstanttal lroq
strncturo within six months. Ic-'wus neoes,
sary to have tbe road through Delaware In
ruunlng Older by Januaiy 1 t nvold a for,
enure ot (.batten
tunrterly,atcellrt orilu W. C. T. U"
Theladleaof tho Woman's Christian Tonn
pornnce Union held their auartorly meeting
at headquarters to-day. Tlio superlntoudenti
ot tbo different departments ot work gavo their
reroila. The meeting continued f-om 10 a,
m. to d Jv ro., and was-, well attended, Thq
treaiuror reported recelpti for tbo last quar.
tcr over SdOO. Oommlttecs wore appolntad
and plana laid for ontertalnmonts dutlng thq
winter months, tlio llrat to bo given Monday
night, January 1; 1B8J.
A Pretty Weilclliiir.
Miss Eliza B. rooto, formorlyot tho Census
ODlce and moro recently ot tbo Indian Bureau,
Interior Department, a daughtor ot tho lt
Mr.A.D. Footc, ot tho Rutland (Vt.) JliraU,
and Mr, Joseph It. Uuntor,' eon ot Ooneral
Morton 0. Hunter, ex-tdoraberi ot Congress
from Indiana, wero nisrrlod at the rosldonco.
ot tho brldo's mother, Mo. 'J I 'J 7 1 slreot uurtb
west, last evenlus at (1.30 o'clock.
fold Wentlier 1-Morrow.
Tlio cold wave llaj la tiring over tho Signal
onice, and colder weather Is promised for
Now icai'odny. ..mrl'
. i i,m
Hfo our fin su
nrlca must and will
in Bros., comer 7tb I E,
CKAnt.rs a.Mcitncy. srocer. B.1Q First street
noi1heast,says I.lBPJV'remluin Soan ought to'
be used by every tiuitur, Hni)oU iu bluelus
atld Tf ashos white?tJS T
The Accused ..Appears Beforo the
Police Trial Board.
' HE BWpS COUNSEL.
Lloutonnnt Quy; Quostlonod .bouf
ilia Ortlore'To"' tlio, OfQoor WUa
tlifl fljroctionBivw0fori,0 potonpy
. ot.n ICnlEtut Tomplnr'fl Oliarm,
Tho VqUco Trial Bord.bd boforo memthls
rqorplris thq case o( I'rlyato ueorgqiBftiiriaqdt
Thq charge against Rhjjrland was condnct uu
becoming anonfeer, In tbe questionable nnii
scandalous manner tn wplch, ha procured orl
Idencojatb casopt Louisa Rl James.
Mr.,Hanlel.E,Oablll, Ihela-rrer, appearpd
wlihShutland and tiled an application toap-,
pear as counsel. This was an unusual proi
feeding, but nftor somo argument ho was nit
BUurland pleaded not gmlty.t
"Vmi may maktfn further-pies? theroj: said
MnCr'-tn.'-that whatever you did was tn
obodl( ico io the, orders ot your euportor ot
Lleutenaht John I1. Our, in whoso command
Bhutland Is, was tbe Urnt witness Ho stated
that lu consequence ot bitter complaint of tho
character ot thin housct be Instructed Hhur
land and ODlcer Maddox to gi to this bouso
and get evidence, It possible, to convict, Thoy
returned and said that they had the crldonco,
A raiding order was then gotten and tho house
"Is that as tar as your directions wont tq
tboee.mont Inquired thq president ot thq
"I said do tbo beat you can,? said tho. Lieu,
tenant. "Don't da anything tq give yourselvos
away s if you do, your wives? will raise tho
In nnewprtb a question trora Mr. Oablll, as
to nhelhor bodlrccted tbo oncers to hire
cab. cat twoclrls and so to thivhnti'in. thn wlti
ncss eflld ho gave no such directions. Ha alsq
(denied thot beliskod omcer Htamler timika
nenso in inojiarnaway, uoiwasaskod It hq
did not offer Uo lend bis watch and
cbelu.to tho policemen who Worp going therej
and It he did not raj1 that thty -could get In oil
ir, bccau?o It bad a Knights Templar emblem
fornchatru. - -i
He admitted thai hoorferodtolond lt-toaq'
olllcer, becaueo. it would inako him look mora
'gentsol,,nnd becauss tho frsquontors ot tha
hduso were genteel poopl, and many bt thorn!
wero Knights Templars, ,
The witness ilenlod that !ho ordered thel
onicor to disgrace blmself In tho mannop hq
did, nnd bo didn't suppose bo would do itj
Hoeald. Bhurland Informed him ot what hoi
bad done when ho returned, and 'witness
didn't bcllevo him and told blmta not tell id
to anybody oleo. '
TUq .witness alsa stated tbs,t bis plan was,
approved by tboautnoritlos m headquarters,
before tho mon went to tho bouse. Ho also!
stated thathtv told tbo twa iqon who wentt?
tbe house to behave themseln?, but to be eoi
clablpand tholr. oxponsee would bqpaldi
Molly Bruce, tho young woman found In the,
house when It was raided, was not prosont In!
answer to thejmbponn.
For the defonso a largo numbor ol pollcot
men, wbo were lu court, ware sworn ana testtJ
Bed to tho way they understood Bhurlsnd'e!
evidence- In court. Most ot them said that then
did not understand thatJBhbrWnd sWoro to
any tblng that crlmtuatedhlniMlt, -
Bhurland look tbo stand ln his own doteusq
flbd swore that whatever he did III tho linuau
was dono pursuant to tho orders ot bis Iletii
tenant Quy. He said that Guy offered to loan.
Mm his watch and chain od toll him ha
might get a cab ana tako'two girls to thq
THE POLICE COURT
Tlia-chargo against F. E. Ward, of tbe Aider-,
noy Dairy, ot vlolattog.tbe building regula-i
buHfllnr, w ret tor a beating uext Batudayij
A.onr,a IDflLirHUItlTUli OWTOBS WOrO lip ZOr
steallngn bell, the property or Oraoo Churcb.
thoy found tbo bell, nis Honor sentenced
them to six months each lu Jail,
John Cartor,iallas Croft, for writing policy
fotfeltea f50 oollateral, '
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Dolqno ClirlSlmas Frpxant.
uuiidiai uciutuiA vi u;ui;d auu wiuruuus
Rojs and McOulrc, ot Perry Post, No. 80, a, .A,
II., Brooklyn, N. v., baveseht thelrwimrade.
Major Frank A.J)utts, or Kit Oaraon Post, No;
a, this city, n beautiful piece ot tholr bandH
work and whittling ability as a Christmas;
precent, it consists ot two stacks ot three,
mlnlaturo.muskots, two gnldonao: blue silk
with tbe names ot tho two posts In gold lottoi J
and heavily fringed with handsome gold ord?
a drum, canteen, n knapsick all' complete,
evon to the tiny u. B. blanket strapped on Its,
top and the name or their late regiment on Its,
back (17th N. Y. Vetoran Volunteore), and &
neat, llttlo Urand Army badge. The whole
wprk Is most taatotully executod and his oon-t
suraod much time and labor. Tbo present Is
on oxhlbltlon nt tbo Major's residence, HIO",
Eighth street northweet. They were nil com
rades, through) tbo lato War, which makes the
gtlt dtrtibly lirlsiedi - Si
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A ( brfstmas dinner was- givon to-day for tha;
poor colored children ot East Washtngtonrln?
ibe hatemont ot- tho, Lincoln School building.
Mr. John O.-Kalb?, together.wltb his' osslstaut
lady teBcbere, Mlssos Klger, Dyson, Minor?
Wheeler, Mmraong, Costln and Wayno, at
tended to tho wants ot 'the llttlo ono.
Through tbe klqdness or Mr. Ferry and Mr.
'Clarke, the children ate indebted for tho ouo-i
tumiaL repasuibay enjoyod, ln tbo jhapeo
turkey, bread, apples, candy, lsmonado and
irangos, Efforts will bo made to liermanontly
form n Christmas Club among trie' school
children of Last Washington. The arrange,
rnenjswere not jwrfoeted, by any jnpans, aa
tbcfp was such f. ber t.tlnjo jij gotting jt up.
Why CoiKiilu Itny Ik to-llo ilelleved.
Tho desire ot Captain 1 U, Ray. Eighth Uni
ted btates Infantry, to bo relieved from dut
ln tbe Signal Service and ordered to Join bis
regiment on the Pactllo Coast, ts said to bo
from bis deslro to benefit his health, which
has been Impaired by confinement hero to
desk duty. It is stated that be Informed Geu.
oral nazen about n month ago (some tlmo
boforo a word was known to btm of Hsltnorth's
alleged Investigations ot prlvato corroipond
enco In tho onice) that bo did ,not like omcq
conflneraent, and would probably ask oirly In
the coming spring to bo relieved and ordered
West. Captain Hay's only deslro to remain
hero longer Is to havo Congress order-tho pub,
llcallnn ot his crucial report ot tbe Point liar,
row expedition on the Arctic shore of Alaska,
which he. lias completed,
Thn W'lilsltylloiiil Matter.
The bearing beforo Secretary MoOu'llooh on
tlio whleky-bond raattorv set tor to-day, was
postponed nuill Baturday. It B uudqrstolil
that tlmo will be allowed for the payment of
laton bonded whisky from tbo illlni; of thq
cxpOit bond until the receipt ot the. bondlnt
certificate. This will bs a practical extouslon
ot from live to seven months, and will not nut
exiioitereliUbe merjyot traujponatlqn onmt
ranlf-E, nit will afford roasotuble time otter
llllng (be export bond to makq rates,
Tbo ItcconiTreiuinry Clrejiliir, ,
Tbocltiiulincreated a great deiLbtdlsotis-i
slop, although It Is tho general opinion UiaB
Its tendency Is to proteot the rights. ol tbo'eftli
clout and industrious, in most respects, nnd t-i
restrict tho advantages taken by others.
Tbo limit ot slck-leavo la an entirely now
feature, as Is also the provision that leavit
granted mutt bo taken when allowed or not
Will be nt Home.
Messrs. lltzgoiald ft BrumitSMr who ro.
cenliy bought our thutevrr Mara Hotel.
aru kooping up tho cdjSsBrna reputation ot the
hoetelrle. Tliouffienilemen aro Justly popu
larwlth thuswrjBe. To morrow they will bo
iSTo their friends, to whom thoy ox
ndlal lqy,tatIon to callattheBt. Marc,
A Week's Work.
Tbero wore submitted for tbo signatures nt
the President and the Recorder ot the Lanl
onico 2,827 laud patents, tho result ot tho
holiday weok'a work lu that dlvlslou ot tbe
Ooneral Land onico.
Mn, 8. Ben lots, wlto.aud daughior, from
Ouerne lllo, Oal., are on a vslt 1 1 tbelr nleoe,i
Mrs. Charles Baum, No, 807Lsfe(t north.'
west, where thpy will stay tor a fortnight,
Mrs. Secretary Lincoln will not recolro nor
attend the President's reception to morrow.
uriiuii ,u iuu AvwivHfiov ul isiyMwnor.
v THB "THUHDBnEn'a" IJ0I3E.
Ila rrnrmiDil OUsorvntlnn on Amerl.
Lokdok, Dec. ni.-Ths Tlmtt this morning
has a ten column review of (he event ot 193 1,
Referring ti Anjorlca, (tsayst "Tbo absorb
log topic ot tho year was the election tt a
President. Tbo acsslon pi congress ondlng
In March (I) was rendered abortive both
parties desiring to avoid n direct Isme on the
ihM'ion of f reo trade, which was momentarily
shelved. The Democrats preferred fo play a
waiting game, hoping to secure control of the
Lxecutlvo by tho probability ot tbe Repuoll.
-,D,'e.eJec.liDB ftnobjecttonablo candidate
Which tho hope (ulMlled,
spirit ct tho Irish voters failed to aoduoe them
from their alllanco with tho Democrats. The
project ot r treaty with Nicaragua giving
America control ot thq proponed can-it, and
will hardly, bo ratified by tho present Con
gress. Tho r; rejoices at tho rovlval ot Induslry
in the South, aa shown lu tho Now Odeaus Ex.
,Bnl Aenlnst Trinity Chnrcb.
Nttr Vong, Doc. ill.-ln the courso ot tbs
rait hundred years eloven suits havo been
brought to eject tbo Trinity Church corpora
Hon from the vast eatato which It holds ln this
city. The plalutins In each case assarted that
thoy wro tho belrsot Anncko JanaBogarrtns.
A twelfth suit has now boon bogun by JUrs.
Efnmn H. Wallace, who claims one thirtieth ot
the estate. Most ot tha former plaintiffs trlod
rojrovo their heirship. Mrs.Wallaco atUkS
differently. Sho asserts that linr great great
pnd g reat grandtathor, about 171 yoaca ago,
had a mortgago on part ot tho Trinity prop,
eriy; which has never been paid, and ahe do
sires to foreclose it. sue has formed a stock
company on the strength of her claim, and
they are furnishing money tor her legal ex.
' i ii
Dense l'ojf ou J.onjr Island Hnnml
Nrw Yonit, Dec. ill. Tho Sound steamers
were alt delayed this morning, on aocountot
tbo fogs. Yesterday's collisions on tho Elei
vatcd roads wero tbo means of making thq
englueors and signal mon more cautious to,
day. Men were stationed on tne tracks, bet
tweon. tho stopping places, to warn tho np.
preaching engineers ot tholr distance from tUij
All the foiry.boats madolrregnlar trips and
outward-bound ocean steamers threaded tholr
way cautiously ne they proceoded down tha
bay. Theinly accident reportod wos caused
by a ferry-baat, mtialng her pler,on tho New
ork side and running into thq adjoining pier,
Tbo boabwas not Injured, but tho passengers
wore badly frlghtenod.
" i . i
Fremont to llncoino n l'nthlluiler
Nrw Yoptf, Doe. 31. 0 moral John p. Pro
montlsfo again becomb n pitunmlorm tils
oldnge. Ho Is to proceed at Once to Mexico
ns tbo bead ot an exploring and surveying
party, sont nnt to ax tho boundaries ot a tract
ot about irj,O0O,OCO acres' ot land, recently
acquired by a eyndlcateottcapttallsts. Tbo
land lies in Hidalgo, Vora Cruz, San Luis
rototl, nnd aororal adjoining states, and Is
larger than Massachusetts ltliodo island and.
Connecticut combined. The syndloata dqnot!
proposo to develop its rich rolnesv but to sell,
tbe land ln t mall lota at a good prost.
i ,i i i ,
A Tcrrlllo l'lre lii-I)nUolnr
PiEnni, D.TDec.Ol.--A Ore Is raging and.
an entire block on Olerro street is ln naraoi.i
As thq mercury Is, below zero and all tbo)
pumps aro frozen solid, It Is lmposslblo to
control the flames.. At- pretont writing tbo
stores ot Itlcbordt it Uelleabook, F. N. Jsssup,
CavanaUgh, R. D. Jonos, P. H. Johnston,wholo-i
sale liquors: -Bamuoi x. 'Ooolwl"i wholeealo
liquors) Park's billiard ball,- and a dozen)
smaller buildings nro burning, nulldtngsaro
being torndown to Check the progress ot tho
nro Isummedistely opposlta tha alto ot the;
A nnn(nrlly Attomtit nt Ilevoncn.
PifTiinrLP, Ms,Dec. ai. An explosion
In l'lunkett'stwoolon mill, Hinsdale, oarly,
Bnnday morning, was found to havebesai
caused by an attempt to blow up tho oraciv
pud ttuu uuamiio. -ino noisowas noaru iort
raues, auu me. strong uuuaing was naaiyi
racKcu, Dunne oLq.waajqni.jaorrn open, in
racked, but the an
7.Mruni-nM, iv uuvine nanniT,
of employes, who have tried to compel Mrj
x-iuuKDu Lv4iivcjiraan..auparjniBnaenr. xne
community aro greatly excited over tho ati
A. Ilcsticclnble Inily Clinrucd With;
DrTnotT, Micu, Dec OL Mrt. Mary E.Odyv
ot Windsor, UntaUo, steidaughter ot Sol,
White, Mqmber ot Parliament for Esser
Co., waa arrested lure last night charged with
forging her mothers namo to an order on tho
III St National Hank, ot this city, last October
fori$2f0. Trestdtnt Wendell, an lnttmato
friend of -her family, paid hor tno money.
Ycsterdar she nresantod another forurmi nrdnr.
An Inordinate deslro for lino clolhos lod her,
It lisurpoecd, to thq crimp.
flrent fiiiirerlnir In C'lnrolunil.
CuvEI.ANli, Ohio, Doc. 31. It Is estimated
thai thero aro 13,000 people ot this city sut
fctlug for want ot employment. So great la
Ihodisttess that Mayor I'atlev to-day la-sued
h proclamation calling on citizens to. aid la
I,A DAllaP WIMit. '
Tho rrtit nlroady has a fund under way,
Next week tho Academy ot Muslo will con,
tribute tbo ciftlro receipts ot that liousofor
l ho week to tbo fund.
Tbo I'roblltllioiilsts to fllect.
CllICAao. Dec. 31. The follnnlnff waa lasiiAfl'
Ihls morning: "Tho 'National Curumltteo or
Iho Prohibition natty ts hereby called to meet
ot Murray Hill Uotol," Now York city, Wednos.
day, January 7, in connection with this meeti
leg a conference ot prominent workers Is nlsq
tailed for thesamadataat Rev. Stephen Meri
tllt'BChUICbv , A. J, JUTICIVS,
liuotvHtoruiM In. Colorado.,
DkSVEn. COLO.' Doc. Ill.-Another ssvnrn
etorm Is roborted from several nolnts ln tno
mountains, with oxtremely low temperature
nnd with a prospect that Marshall l'as will
tiaannln ilnaml tn trail hatnun hana
" (i".ivovh u sti t UDtiavu iioia aut
,l'tshk Tbo snow Is eal to be drltttng badly
iiuu iiaLttiui, euiiuiy liu uu iraCK. A tcrmuo
windstorm has been I iglng In South Park,
which laid tha Briow In maisos and piled lt
iu iiwiy utiiu
DALTlMonr. Doc. 31.-'3harlo.Wi Wheatler.
eecrotaty ot tlio Saratoga Racing Association,
wiiowaseucKMi to uii ilk. aunuar. position in
tbo Maryland Jocko? Club has declined tho
A Vast) of Locking Out.
Tho decision ln tho case of Itov. Madison Uj
Casklus against tho deacons and trustees of
tbo Bocond Baptist Church (colorodj will ba
given by Justice Cox noxt Monday,
Tno complainant naa neon pastor oi mis
Bock since 187a. and ln July last the (lock
bold a meeting, nt which the pastor was by
resolution requested to resign. He was alter,
ward, bo claimed, locked out ot tbe church.
Uo applies for a mandamus on tbo trustees
nuducacoqstoconipol them notouly to open
tho church that bo might preach tothioon
gregatlonj. but. that they pay him fl51, the
uBiBnco ui salary uue, nnu wuicn money mey
bavo lu tbelr possession.
A nisiniteil Will.
Messrs. (leoriroL. Shorlff and A. C. Itlcbards.
executors ot Audrow Rothwell, deceased, liavo
tiled a bill In equity against Laura E. Brown
and other heirs, asking the court to construe
the provisions of tho will nnd advise the com
plainants what distribution should bs madq
ot Iho proceeds ot the property.
i ' ' .
District nnvnruiiieul NotrH.
Tbe District offices closed at noon to-day.
William Beron. ot 332 Eighth street south.
east, complains to the Uommlnsloners it
Inadequatu law to protect parks from doprei
datlqns by chickens.
Mr.o. .:. Muncaster calls attention, ot the
Commissioners to tho tact that repairs aro
asked for streets ln West Washington, nnd no
,acii Is taken ot tbe requests.
umor j.oginrcruroniu nas roc)mranao i io
tlio (lommlfsloners that they accept englna
No. 7 ono ot tbe new ones.
A delegation ot market neonla waited on thq
Commletlouers to-day, and compuiued that
mo law governing mo eaio ur onimuj ju iu
Dlsttlctwas oppieislvo. It requires that tic
vohlaon shall bo brought Into the city or ON
ferod -for salo therd alter January 1. Thn
Commissioners decided to let them work oft
tiieeioxiKoniianu.nm nonecomu do nrougut
Inatttr the 1st Instant.
Bar-room licenses wore granted by the Oiw,
ralealonera to-day to PAtiltk Cot. Trauk Uia-
sidy and Robert Winkle.
lulnrliJlo t'ouucli l'.lcctiou.
Invincible auncll. No. 7. Sons of Jonadab.
bayo elected the following officers to serve tha
ensuing Hx mottbsi John Hreen,, W.O.i J.ilK
Merrill, v -u.i J.s, Wataie.I',) John Oatas, R,
S.i J.B.Illuudop. F.S.: John Berry. T.- J. 4.
iiiMfrr. ii. i dua 41, uuk, a, u., auuu ucuairrer,
1.W.1 wm, Dich 0. w.
... n . . .. '.,. . .... lIl.i.M.:.
Otn-BAxrrsaio, iitsontaB urOTcjnrwc,
imporfant Events Flashed Across
' " the Cable'.
AN ELECTRICAL CONGRESS.
French Mon-of.Wnr Sont to Corprt
IMnlnlimerit' at fin Italian Itoporto
Tho Botj-otlml of Prlnooqs Boa.
trlco Antolno Trloa for Treason.
iMntd, Dec. 111. Two French men ot war.
BT. llTrr.asnnnn. Dec. m.-ininiarn.iiMi.l
Congtess ot Electricians will be held bero soon
forthoTdscue-lon of thn application of elec
tricity as a motive power for railroad trains.
Mitz, Doc. 31,-Tbo trial of M, Antolne, tho
Republican raomber of tho Reichstag, frdm Al
sacc, for high treasoD, on account ot hli
utterances during the recent electoral canvass;
bae been abandoned by tbe Government foe
BrnLi.v, Doe. 31.-A reporter of the Rome;
ViriltahtM been oxpellod from this city on n
ronntot bis expressing antKlerman sentlt
ments In his correspondence,
LONDOX, Dec. 31 -Tho betrothal of thq
Princess Beatrice Is th6 loading topic nt con,
vcreatlon and.of .newspaper comment. The
press unanlmoutlytellcitatft tbo (juseo upoq
the closing ct the year by such, a hippy ovont,
LoSnosr, Dec,i31. Itlaagalnitumorod that
Count ouMunler, tbo German Ambassador
at London.vtlll shortly retire from tho Dlnltn
DtirtdU, Dec. 31,-Mr. I'arnoll has approvod
nt Ibe candidature of Mr. T. P. O'Connor tor
member of Parliament from tbo county otTlpl
perary tn placo ot T. J. Smyth, the fitting
member, whd recently accepted an offlco in
Ibo Home Doi at Invent. Ho contlders MrJ
Smyth's chances for o.re election as hopelos;,
Iho Nationalists refuting to support him,
r.OMioK, Doc. M.-.l'alt Mall ((autU to-day
says that Prime Minister Ferry will float a
largo Government loan aboutthe lUlb, ot Jant
nary, and that Erased will then declare war
against China unlet tho Tonquln difficulty It
Tbo Ilrtiim NtaKKer.
BoSTO.v, Miss.! Dec. ill.-Jobn L. Sullivan
ou Sunday oveulng last knockod out an tint
offending waitress. Tno supposition Is that
he waa drunk, and that Is the only oxcuse UW
friends have toprfec.forlils brutal ooudurti
Bctweon S and U o'clock he entored Yeaton'd
rettaurabt, UOi SOU' Washington street, and
called for something! to eat. Koto Booth want
to got what ho wanted, and When abe bad dons
so, It Is, alleged, ho made an Insulting remark!
to her. Bbe replied, and tbe onswor angered
bint so tbal ho atnse, and before the surprised
girl could Mir, struck her In the face with a
wet driving glove, Then with' bis douched
ast.bailoalt her a heavy blow, opening a igatU
over ber right eye and cnocktng her ecnsclcss,
to the floor. r
There was nqbno tnitbe plica to Interfere,
nnd, not sattsned with the ipjury he bad done,,
beklcted her where she lay, injuring hon
very seriously. Ho thou .sat down And ato bis!
support quite cqtntprtsbly. When ba not
through ho went out'tJtbostroot, whore tilsv
tckm had baeni avbltlng blm,and kicked Jilsj
horse, This aprposod his appetlu,Ior,blqutj
apparently, and niter awhile rto got Into thq
viblcleintia urovo loffi'tn an oauy tramecfj
mind nnd unrooleatod., Tho girl waa removed;
to ber borne, where shelies m a critical atatel
1 uiiuubiiihiviu ..iuuu u, oui,,,u. ,119
ipuguiet, turned up nt thq rehearsal ot thq
"Loilerroi.Llte" at tho Academy Ot Slutlc
inismorniogf anuwas cueereu oy a party of
ycunprucnaa he ontorjtiUhs tate door,, Uo
boro bO marks ot the encounter with tho hired,
Cvialtroan tin flMltin'a aallWin nn WM-lltlnffron'
sveoi, iioqipu uui teem pr
In regard to the s-scounts
nubllabed concerntnc tne
its which have Dealt
arutr. -' 1.
LJjatLcay tn topottavire fttoMtT xargerntd J
1 -uo aioi7 iiiai 1 -KUOCJ.VU margirt aofia utl
meicu ner la utterly uiiov. 1 siappel thq
plrl with my, sealtkln glove but only laiun,
Stilllrau Ibeb got ready forbls tehoarsali Hlq
opionent Js Bryaq McKopqa., ,
' A lttrli Pnnnor.
CmrArio, Dco.31. At the County Hospital
Hob an old rnun jMio will, probably dlo to-day
He Is SO years ot age. nls name Is John
'Lahey. For-yeira paitho bhsllrodln tnol
UDtthwcstornipatt ot tho city. lleowpsalot
Duui.uuuusinvuiii ii? u9 ivuu ttiyuo la
tbe roar cottage for Somo time, his ajuj Pat-i
rick, occupying iho front tone, on tbe morni
Ingot Detombvr 10, tbo son went to the 01 1
'man's houau and fouud him ln bed unaalSto
mn,.. lriM IA9N frnn, IhA. Irnniia
downcrp badly frozen, Ho. rofusprt, w bo
moved, and lay (hero during the succeeding,
cold day andrilght. lln was taken' to tha lies,
Ptlal by tho police. Thp residents in thq
vicinity Say Iho soifhas troatod tbe rathori
kindly, hut tho old man is crazy. Tho sort
baa btcrt out of work for somo, tlmo. and la
in destitute circumstances. Ho and lila
taqillynearly perished on thonlgbt that the
fatherwns frozen. Ono ot Patrick's children,
Is now cnthoveign ot death ln conseoupncei
'of bis Suffering on that blttor night.
An Iinportiuil luanrnuce Test Case.
Bvfi'alo, Doc, St. Tbo caso ot Lorenzo!
Dlmlck, Insuranco agent, on trial, far. grand
larceny, was called this morning In tbo Court,
of Oyer and Terminer, Ir, Dlmlck a year agq
wno agent for tho Thomas r Mersey,,
tbo State ot Pennsylvania and .tho Union In-,
suranco companies, nnd, asjs-allogod, com
pelled these several corapantea to pay losses
on versels which wore Insured In the Con
UnoLtuI Company, for which lie was also
Tho amount Is eupposad to reach $HS1I,G.0.
A Urge t number of , Indictments, havo beonl
fBilud.buttho ono ,ou,whlcU be (s ppw being
tried will probatlj' bo made tho teat cse.
The Indictment' charges tbo defendant of.
bavlng taken a ; large- risk, ot -t88,OQo on tha
propeller calltornla, pound frqm'MJntroal to
Port Author, placing tho tisk with thq threci
Orst namod companies,
Aljer tlo vessol'a sateKPrrlvl atber destlna4
tlor, however, when thq risk was over, It la
charged that bo transferred tbopremlumsand,
rlitc to tbe Continental oompany, us though;
this corporation bad been thn original In,
surer. This unlawful transfer Is mado the
baeis ct tup tqdtttmeat,
Aiiotlicrjl'tubt Itottvecn Sulllv nu nuil
Ni w Yoiti;, Dec. 31.-Arrangomonts havq
been madofora four-rqund glova boxing con,
tctt, Queensborry rules, on January VI, ln In.
etltulo nalu Boston, betweon Sullivan nnd
Oroenileid. Sullivan Is advortisedtospar at
the Brooklyn Acadomy ot Music to-night In a
theatrical porformar;i.q for a charity, areon,
Held having declined to appear, ns wa3 at
tlraf arranged, Byron Mckeana, who Is t!
yeata old, (I recti Inch high, and weighs 200
poupdr, will stand up before Bulllvan. lie' has
won two prlzf -rights lu England.
JAKU'n, IM).. Dec. 31, Tha White River
ovcriiowod all tho low lands along Its courso
last Sunday and scores ot famines Ju Davis,
nnd Ilko counties are driven front tbelr
bomes, many barely escaping with tbelr lives.,
The deslrqctton ot properly la very great. Top
Patoka lttver ts overflowing tbo wholo coun
try, betwequ Jasper aiidUuntlngbury. To tha
southwest of Jasper for several miles the lands
are all overflowed to thn depth ot from three,
to six feet, somo ot thp lumberyards hero aro
Hooded and n ilsPot one foot more wll II ql
Ilenvy Nuoivh'Iu tbo rVortliii-CNl,
Mismi.uous, MlN?i., Doe. 31. -It sqowM
heavily all night and Is drifting badly. Tao
wind Is blowing at a velocity ot twenty mllns
per hour, and the signal 0 nicer reports n cold
wao rapidlyopproactilbg from the Northweit,
which will probably reach bero toklay. The
Indications point to great, delay ot trains on
all tboroads lu thlqmatq. and Dakota.
Ibo Treaty Io Im JloillUpd.
New 0UE, Dec. 31. It Is roiiotted that mo
Bpsnltb Government havo cabled thelrcoc-,
cent to tho alteration ot tho sugar claiues of
tha pioposed treaty, en as to admit Iteo only
sugars not above No. 13, Dut Mi standard. The
original text admitted all grades up t) Hu J In
iliidiDg No, m,
A hlltcr 1'ltcbrr PreVcutcil lu Jiidcrt
The silver pllcher voted to JUdtfe Wvllti at
tbe Carroll rnatltute Fair was preeentod to tlio
Judso et Ills roaldenco at ft o ilui'it. vutuniiv.
afternoon. Tbe preaonutlon wis mads by,
Mr. l.d- Harrison, president ot thetlutltnt,i
and a committee composed ot VtnV L'.tUdM
gueno, John Rlugliam, T.V H,snt)th And u,
O.C. Callahan, '
Rnnnr Clll nva,Jl,j,U,A,irtAa n,.i., ..!!
and win sell thmiIKTsouita Bm . CMrnor
THE SPAH1SH EAHTHQUAKB
More FnlnlllTe Itepdrieil.
MAiintb, pec, 31.-Reports reeolral' tnt
muiuipg irom ids (intcti tn-whlea uiu
rarthquakes wero nlott severe further la
creass the nnmber tt fatalities and,. tao
amount cf damsga dono. Albuquerque, a
town tf 8 000 inhabitants In Estromadura. "
has besrl corlir letely destroyed audi tiw bun'
dred bodies havo been taken from the ruins,
Thesearoufur bodies in the ruins ot.-Alham
la proceeding alpwly owing to frostt:artu.
J"0" sbock which cauto tbo mon .tj np
'"''nibeirwprk and seek oponepacoA Ovfcr
H11Z: 0.,I'r.r.f'"'.",.rBf.0" fre,1 oarthodata
shocks, and tile telegraph oervlco bsabeair
repeatrdlylnlerniptod by them, causing, tha
nowatocomelnveiyfldwly. ' ' '
.u7'V.r"'' D,.c' al- 1lsbatclitg .rocatv'od
this atiernoon fiom many nolnts Inbhalnfo
port.that.eArtbquake shocks aro still felt tat
intervals, and tlio indlratlons now ar;thatN
lully trfo thousand people bavo petltbeJ. ,
Wltex nnrt nnnittitfM or lint Manif
fnclnrerH l'llllur l'luees ' of tUo
feature In tbe batters' strlko is that tne planes
of many ot tbo employes hava been fllicdby
wives and daughters of tho wealthy manufac
turers. Insleadoftho shabbily dresiod girls
fJ?i,.wmla.'".1P mlht b8 Boea hutrylogU
tholr work ln tbe morning, there may now Tin
seen alighting front tbelr carriages nt tbo
it0.0.,..0 ,b0 'actorlaa young wnmern and
ranlrons In sealtkln eacques and tasblonabla
gowns and bonnets. " '
Dainty lingers thathave never bsforo piled
a needle to other than the fancy work that
setved to relieve an Idla hour, now work hard
at rimming an finishing nats, as though,
llielcnextday'hreaddopendod on theltfu.
uustry. This phasoot the situation does not
lessen tbo bitterness ot the poorstrlkorv tool
ings. Meauwblli, tho boyortttng or tile rlcli
manutactiirora by tho small tradeimerrot the
A l'nlal Ullalnke. , I
' Uabmi, ItL.Dec. 31,-Last orotilng DtrU
Morell, a young farmer, accidentally shot bis
ngod mother, no had been anuoyod-by stray
dogs on his premises, and had prepare 1 to
shoot them It thoy again made any disturb,
enco. Last night ono of the children steppod
out of tho door nnd soon camo running in,
saying there was n dog In tho yard, Moroll
quickly got. his "gun and , went out, Hselae
fomethlngtliatliotook tobo a dog, bo nrrfif.
Tbo object proved to bo hi mother, whoTIial
steppod out a fow moments before and bad a
wbllo handkerrblef nround hor bead, Tbe
shot will rrobably prov fatali
A Mnritoroua Fnuittlo. ,.
l'AnTLAMi.oni'.Dec.tll. Sunday msbt neat
CbtLnllN Waeli, T., on the line of the Northern
PacUlo Railroad, William Pearson, a well to-do
farmer, who Iso strong believer In Spiritual
Km, ImaglnoUilhat ho received an ordes front
n btgbor powor to kill bis Infant child. Thn
bo did with a hammer. When bo bad finished
bo eboweil wbst he bad done, wills wllo, who
IS also a Spiritualist, Ho tbeu said that It sha
would cut her throat bo would do thosamo.
BotU wero round yesterday bait frozen with
their throats, out, but not yet dead.. Psaraou '
baa revived iurflolently to stato what Is abara
stated. He and Ills vjtq will probably olo.,
A ftcsnevtnlile Mpu AtloinnU'Unr
. crVlcaoo. ner. niAtu 30 p. mjlfond V c.
lTnllc,p, of 105 Michigan avenue, o w61t
kpqjvn veterinary surgeon, altomptqd to forco
liWwayintu tho safety deposit vaults ot tao
First National Bank, ThowAtcban.MJlstoi
him, and Prentice, making n motion as it t)
lIlHtW bV nlAfnl. trtl, trililhlnli, nlm, hIM n-l.
'bullet ettucVr a watchiand tblssarsl I'rta-
tice-s lire. Alter a uwponue Btruggle rrehtlce
was overpowered. He fought furiouatywhlla
being takob to Ilia elatliui, UdU believed la
IltirclntN l'niiteinilntluc n Ilnl('l.
excltempijt In tbo vlllAgo of l'uttou, about ono
mllo east of this cltyover report tbat tbo
burglars wbo buvo recently oommttted. a, num
ber ot robberies ln .this city conteraplatal a
taidourtb xestaajica et.ono ot th, weilthy
cttluns there. A vlgllanco commlttaa was
Vormcdlate last xlghu-amx aaveral atrangera
cccortedout or town attbomurzle of tho re-
Z'!lJ.Vr ..A"a?A. .""' patrolled tha Placa
dutlng tbo night. .
Tbo Olilntioiit-t Itnoiiutrn lu t'nni.
Wichita; Kan,, Deo. Ul.--A-numberot axn-
tlesof Oklahoma colonists are forming In this
section, , Private advlcrts from W. L. Ooucti,'
who hassurceoded the late CamalnTAyne lu.
the leadership, sny that tho boomers aro la
force In carapon tho '.'iraorron lttver, and aro
menaced by troopf, but propose holding their
ground. I resh recruits nrejolnlng thooolj
Tbo Kiixilsli Ailtunct, lu llgyiit,
OAtno, Dec. 31. General Karlo'sbrtgais of
Infantry has passod Meragi, and la oncampe I
thlrteeen miles from the Oerendld Oataract
which will be reached by noon to-day. It'ti
reported that tbo Monaseora are advancing t
dleputo tho narrow pass aboro Dargayat.
General Earle's orders allow him to extond n
helping hand to General Stowart If necetsary.
General Wolaely Is severely crtltclted at Kottt
aa being tocklcsa ,
. iii i
A Steamer Holme to IMkcpm on tlip
rilioroi or Iilm Mleblgrnu.
Lt'PlMOT(i, MfCH., Doc. 31. Tho Flint and
l'lcire Marauelto passcngor steamer No. lit
going to pieces on ri bar off, this port, bavins
run aground ln tha gala nt 7 o'clock this
morning. One man was killed outright an I
another fatally injured. " l
To Ho Hurled nt Hen by Itciucd(v
AnbTtt, Ifxas, dco. !U.-Judge Brewster,
wbo died SUwqay, will, according .to a " "
Errmlao bo exacted from bts daughterilis
ufled at ioa, Covornor Ireland has plicot
tho qusrnstluo vessel at Galveston at tha
disposal ot friends .pt the jlecoa'ol, many ot
wboni tt'H, accorarany the tuneral party to
Yoniiic Crl lillml.
RucKionii, ill., Dec. 31. Monday a nVa-
year-old boy, named Frank.Gruuinger was at
tacked by a companion, cruslderahly older,
while playing, Tbe latter, Oscar King, struolc
Grunlnger a sovero blow betweon tno ores
with a palrof bono clappers. The HUM tallow
died eoon altOTj
Ilcnlh or ii IlmiNita Judge.
LAV WtMrt VKK,t Deq. ill.-Nelsori X, Bto. ,
Phcnr, Judge ot the rourth Judicial Dlatrlut
for eight years patr, and'ono'ot the beat
known and most Intluoctlal lawyers. In tha
State, died bero Monday nlgbt tn bis (1Mb year,
lllo doatb Isjho result of a .cerebral hemotr- '
bage. "" '
CiltOAao.Dec.ni. The Western Einort'X!3.
eoclallon have vot-d to as tho capacities
of tho dlatllleries for January atUB per cant,
It was 32 tcr cent lu December, but thaoutmit
could not be marketed wltbtn i2 per cent.
There aro 117,000,000 gallons on hand, ' "
Wnll Ntreot Uoaili..
NkW Yoiik, Dec. ill. Money oasy atatupoi
cent. Exchange llrm. Oovernments arm.
currency ti'i, lits btdi lvsoniiun, I22WbU:
1'1,'s, do 11114 bid, , r T, k
Tbe stock jnarkot. opened woakand Irrar'i
lar, and on n freo selling pt tne coal stocks
tbewhole list declined Vto 1"H percent. Sub
ecquently the cllqnes bid values up, andi this,
together with buylog by some ot the shorts,
rausod n recotery to within a fraction ot tbe
opening figures. At the time ot writing tbs
market Is dull, but arm,
rVnv TorU Htoclc Murltnt.
Tho following have boon rurnlshsd by Rata
man A. Co., baukrrr, 1411 fstreot, being the '
most active stocks lu the Now York Exchange, .
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Mo 1'aciOc H0A,j tMJ',UltOu.:
38 30 ,
' i nt i-v.uro rrans
Del ft H
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s os , lit island..
--jXlioAOll SlnrUel. - ' .
Tho IiiUflwng"nuotatoi s ot All ara lur. .
nlsbea-by'KoVtert Bruce, ratu,stjo$ and ell'
.brokci, WJUard's Hotel, nnd showlhe range ot
jprlrts trom the opening up to U p, tnt, "i, '
lOpened....- , . ,73WIU.0O 5.f..t...7lt1
J0i30 v7i Q 1 p. nl....i.7lvt
HJUn.m 71 Ig.oa ......tl
An unsuccessful Rllempt wai mala Monday
night tq wreck tho north bound passenger
train on the Vtrginja Midland lUllcoahatiiur;