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Vol 71-No 10,752. WASHINGTON, D. C? WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1887. TWO CENTS.
the evening star PUBLISHED DAILY. Fxrtpt Sundsy, _ THS sl^K BUILDINGS, ?wtkwsst CerMr Penaiy.v wui Art. had 11th 8v, bj Tk? Evening Star Newspaper Company, *? H. SLALFFMANN, r^rtM'L . T? W?ml' y ta??awMtahai ob Trl<Ur?41 a fMr posUir* prepaid Six mom ha. 50 eiou. OT*Ail mall ?ab?*rli>tion* must t? ptid in idru P*P*r MDt k ntftr tb?n is paid for. luu? tff a^^trtiMiinf mad# Iukiwii op application. AMU S EM ENTS. jyjMT fail To attend the GRAND FAIR For the Benefit of B*. DOMINICS CHURCH, At lb* Ball, corner Oth and Fita.LV, COMMENCING WEDS E8DAY. NOVEMBEB 2D. lv.?r* open at 7 .'>0 t 'clock every evening duriif the continuance of the Fair. Ailiuiee ou .^..............10 Cent*. ?^??inTloket.. .....50 Centa. _ u'-Ot LBAUGH'S Oh AND OPERA HOUSE EVERY EVENING AND9ATURDAY MAlIXIF. America's Distinguished Artists, MISS KATE CLAXTOB A*T> MX CHAS. A. STEVENSON, With a Company of Exceptional Merit, In the "TWO ORPHANS" *bJ -MABY WARNER." ? - Wednesday. Evenin?, > > Saturday Matins ami M*ht.* ORPHANS. Thursday and > Friday Eveninffs, ) WARNER. Xm Week-Frank IHniels in "Little puck." Sale of Seats opeiis Tmr-^lay. _??_ K EW NATIONAL THEATER. TO-NIGHT AND SATURDAY MATINEE. TV- Brilliant Comedy. THE HIGHEST BIDDER. with Mr. E H. SOTHERN. from the Lyceum Theater. New York, Where it ran for over 100 niffhts. Hot. 7.-THE ARABTVN NIGHTS; On. ALADDIN'S WONDERFUL LAMP. n2 E XTEA -NEW NATIONAL THEATER. ARABIAN NIGHTS; AR'BIAN NIOHTS. ARABIAN NIOHTS: o?, ALADDIN'S WONDERFTL LAMP. The Meet Gorweoos Spectacular Burlesque E'er Pre lented in America. WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY. NOVEMBER 7. ?ale of Seats begins Thurnday Moraine. November 3. Ran 13 Weeka m Chicago: 8 Weeks in New York! i2-4t Over 120 People on the eta**. ERNASH WASHINGTON THEATER. Mmioiou i r>. S3 and :>Oc. Matinee 10 and 2oc. TO-NloHr: 8Uow after Parade TONIGHT. KEKNELL'S MONARCH COMBINATION. Ham KEkNELLS'. J'hn 4 Lnclers 4. McAvo-v and Halieu, M'Ue Eichlerelte, S>Uni an.! Eonti (Black Jsp?>. Lenton Bros. The Smith*. Queen Vasaar. Oral* Jennie MiaCo ind others. Matinee* Mon . Tue*.. Thnrs. and Sat. n2 J LLCS THAT ED LECTURE BON. SIMON WOLF. ts TBI LECTURE BOOM <* the NEW CHURCH TEMPLE, North Capitol St., B?tw?. n B and C. THURSDAY EVENING. November 3.1887. At 8 O'clock. Suhject?EGYPT. Mr. Wolf wee Uc red States C oml General in EffTPt. W^uk4 by President uarfield, and presents his eub -?>.t t-om the aand. mat ?-i personal obsjrration an* wpeneatfe. Mr. W.,tf 1. eo?of Anted. a's Siest oi* tora. U**raertoa.y n ?ea this leci are for the benefit of Ike New Churrb Ladies' Aid Society. 1 111 iaa ni fi rit? i _ nl-3t T~ O IAICES ALCnE'- MfcS. < LA HA A. FIELD. OF Beacna. iiT yen ?? rvatrum>. srill lecture to Ladisa alu ..e. at St ueorve'a HalL 510 lltb *t. n w.. T HI t- bV \ i . Noven-ber a. 7 :tO r.ui I be Phyidoiowi ra^byaecwiuw.cal and Hygienic lcforma:iou unpaged has brra obtained at iu.n.enee cuet. and la of priceless va^se to a.; ??lu?l, especially j our.*' wotn^n a .d ex jvc.ul uo'b-r? Tic -ta 50c. at d or. nl-at* HABKla* BIJOU THE ATER. MaTINEIH DAILT. Pr*? At nlwht. v;5 ai.d iOc at Matinee^ sdtUU Wr jounc p*-. I le. enter 18 >ears of a<ra. hall-pnce. Every Ait^moon aad Nurht. The *urid-w>i* aid n;^uu>s German Comedian acl Vocaiias. -PETE" BaKZB. a C3BI8 AND UNA. Sunycrted ? ?r?r?X\i Ij -se ectad Campeny. N?xT*^?-HE>--tY T. CHANthAC ia-KIT.- o31 GBAND MU'HIC ?L AND L1TEBABT ENTER MENT IN '"NIV^BSALIsT CHURCH, ,ar 1- - si. s L ?" r-e"J. n.w ? THTBSC ay N-.Vi X 1SX7, AT 8PM The t aa aarvt-.u si.d G>.m^esr. fluMjR H B. FABIANL I3s?ttars * -ed St -he fol^ w pr,rnlar a .*&?*> a. - Wi.ar.c. ?r_? A4?u^t. a. . ? tjir : rav.tl uui M*s?r? Ernest At m V -z.T ? i. I Whipple t Y . Irr E,-ai.a ?hite.Geo D ? r, .lao ?> &>:***? *o*i ^*31. H Ha.":.?r tn a It ? - jrxrT-wc if :.rf .a^moienta^ r'<-al tbUattanl -n-n- tdmi>->ior. >n?y ??!?* no rs^rved ?e.-ji r .-to'. .1 aetxerMtr'a aa*i E^ia (--V4t* Ri , M Lst^r f > Brr?x.kCY. X>-i> . _ __ ;.?r* .k :taor vf "Th** ^?;a. -a* iitr, Abd wi. l i.r 4 rem* on -*?CTTIA|U I?-< ^ ' t % T ^>H4T0?W ?^10 tta. n.w., 4*- jN > V. Sor-?Uitor 7. *r Vlii ??i. a. W. / Jun.?t?_ TBE HI*-J. 1 KM Y'iitfC AVE ; *4a?>:. ?? ?n.i ? wa. /r rwut br the L ir uj .r *-? 1^4.-?. '-*? ^-mIa oar. 4i0?*r Xa. A - ? '.';^r?UU Ia? 1 4 l?A>OI\XA "F BATTU OF BI'IX fcf*r X l.'tL ?? . Uo Vimi k? A* ulb of h u?ii>iT4ii.ttf\ D?Uiii:u.lv coolrd l>v u*w *ua loui^icu tifantii (pi tiff* i?b Ui !?> lui>. ru. J/I.B If W INTER w EATHEB 18 AS LONG OB THE WAT A8 THE FALL WEATHER ?AS BEEN A LI j 111 -H MED1 M- WEIGHT OVER COAT WILT BE THE "ORDER OF THE DAY- FOB j most of winteb THERE IS ECONOMY. 8T1LE AND OOMFOBT IN AYALLOVEBCOAL ECONOMY. BECAUSE ONE CO^TB LESS TH AN A WINTER GARMENT OF EQCAL QUALITY, AND USE SAVES A MoRE EXPENSIVE COAT WHILE WEARING THE CHEAPER. ?TVL . BEf.'ACSE THERE IS NO OUTSIDE GAB. MEAT THAT A MAX WtABS IN WHICH SO MCCH < H ARA'-TEROB -EXPRESSION" IS FOUND AS IN THISOABMENT. C/MFOKT. BECAUSE FROM THE FIRST OF OC I Bf.R TO THE HOLIDAYS THE FALL OVERCOAT le M .RE USEFUL-THREE TIMES OVEB-THAN IHA HEAVIEB ONE IT IB NOT 8AFE TO DO *ITH ?CT SOME EXTRA OUTSIDE CLOTHING , > 'h ox>l mornings and evenings, and the i coa r is too wabm THE MAN WHO KEEPS TWO OB EVEN THREE OVEKOOATS ON BAND AT ONCK SPENDS NO M-jBE MONET ON THEM THAN THE MAN WHO OSLT BBEPs ONE OFTENTIMES BOX SO MUCH A V RA* Mt CH MORE SATISFACTION IN THEM ? E INVITE A* INSPECTION OF OCB LINES OF THESE ?OOD* WE MATE THE NEWEST THINGS IB i BE MARKET. OCB AMSOBTMENT OF LONDOB-MADB FALL OVERCOATS 18 LARGER AND MORS VARIED TMAN ANY EVER SHOWN H?,KE BEFORE. WE BAVE VEBX BABDSoue ONES MADE CP FOB CS IB LOBDOB AT FBICaS FROM ?lft TO ?**. OCR OWB MOODS FBOM (lo To gjj, ?x>MFABB *? *? babbum a oo, _881 ^KNNSTLVAIilA AVENUB. Fire Escapes And Htand Pipes b. scorr cbew. ?t-l?lF SPECIAL NOTICES. -- ATTENTION. BB.CEl.AYEU !-ALL ^ '?. member* ot BKICELAl Ells' UNION, No. 1. D. C.. *i* directed to report at the hill, corner of 7U> aad Lsts- ou ^ DNMDAT 50YXMBEB 2, at 6 o'clock p. m. sharp. with l?U*rt-*, to parttdiia** In maaa ineetin* of worktarmeu to be held on iliat data. ?w-4t B. O PER OF TBELMON. , UREAT SHOWING FOB THE PERPti AL BH D1NO ASSOCIATION. SIXTH ANNUAL RfcPOhT. RECEIPTS >oH THE itAU. ?lo4,.o& AI?VA>Ci 8 ADE, *80,100 INTEKESI PAiD TO MEMBEtia, <3,000 PROMTS I'oK THE YEAh, ? U.IWO. EXPENS 8 ONLY ?1.50t>. ohA.NL) ML' PLL' -J ?,KI,U88. ASSETS. <2(16,4. t>. The first series of ?har-.?, rouhui* only tlx years, worth33 l*r < ent, or 11 per cent per sauum, on *72 paid lu.pn Ot ? 23.70, present value tW.i ? <J. Second ?enes 1a worth 25 par cent o.< ttkt .paid In, or 10 per . ent per autiuni . p.oBt * 15. value 1<5, and increasing adTaucin* 4150 to a share, or (1.050 on seven ?hare- for a u.ontnly payment ol only ?14. The Hltu;h series of ?u* < la now open for suuacribere, ?! pa. share monthly. 50 cents to ?l.OOO caB be paid at one time. 5 per cent per annum paid if money la with Get"s cory of the annual report from the officer* or director*. Ann.ial meeting VS ?D.\ l.SDAi EV ?.> NoTeiuber 2, at til5 Ttliat. ? C. DUNCAN 80K. lT?aident, 9th and D it*, n.w. LEW I & ABBAMAM, Vice 1 r sideu^ 1311 E st. a. w. Fi.ANCiS u. SAXT.-N. 1 reasurer. olo 20th at. a.w. John COOK, s. civury. 818 12th at. u.w ANDREW OLAS.1, Belt Lino B. .. .54J! 1 8th at. *. W. M jj h. goods. City Poet offii e. 1 323 8 th st. n. W. CBAS. BAL'.a. Dry ooo.ia. 410 7tb su n.w A. N. MEIlK-i-R. Bar. En?. and Printing. 3d st. Cap ''w.'k SEVILLE. Pension Bureau, 704 H. ft a. e. F. W. BtkAN UtS Bo ktl, iooacconist, 1745 Pa. are. *"C BA5EX8 BROOKES. War Dept.. 1619 E at. a. w. WM. P. i.ILi. i Eit, War Dept- 410 A suae CUAs. W. sCnELL. 4 I st. n. e. o29-4t ^ THE SECOND MONTHLY MEETING of the S?co5?D HOMESTEAD Bt ILDING ASSOCIATION wi 1 be held on THURSDAY EVEN 1 NO November 3. at7 o'clock, uu tcvouul of the ball beintf en*e?red ,or St. Domi nic's lair, the mee'.inir wtl. take place in the basement of th* Convent. Utb St.. betaeeu t and r sta. s.w. Ore. 2,000 snares ol stock have been taken. Per one wiahiuK to Join a irood association should subscribe tor stock at once, i 150 may be.obtain.-d on eacb share advanced ou. Int? re t allowed at the rate ot 0 P?, cent snares ^^^^X^dent. J. J. DERMODY, Secretary._ bL. ". -L A RECENT TRIP TU ALASKA.?A LEC ture by uv.l'UMJa*. Buuwut.ai i.j land .uethixliat Ipisct.i al Cburch.tor ihebeueht uf tlie Sunday school Missionary Society, * KlDAk. ;>ov 4. h\ 7 :3t> l'-Hi. Adukifealou, -jC. U *.__ EZT A K Bht Nt HAS BEMOVED HIS LAW k oth e 10 450 La. ave., oppoaite the City hallT PIANOS REKTED. *12IOR 3 MONTHS. jav^r^ORU.A-NS RENTED, %i per montb^^^ o'J8-6t 1225 Pennsylvania aye. tiR HIDDEM. CATABRHTtHHP\T AND '?. l.L.NO SPECIALIST, will lesunie practice at^iliurds. ou MO DAY. VrillNEsDaH and ul l>\i betrmulutr November 2. iree consu tatiou. Office hanrs l-'to 4 pju. o-tl-lm S1EBEL X OWEN'. TAILORS. Corner New York ave. and 10th Fir>t-class (raiments at reaeoable prices. ?10-Sm ? B. H OOLD9BOROrGH A CO.. Real Estate, 140-> F st. Real Estate bought and sold. Loans effected In surance plsced. Investments made. Special atten tion to the collection ot rents and management of Real Properties. B- H. OOLDSBUUOL'OH A CO.. ol5-3m 1405 F street. UNITED STATES BONDS ON UASD. FOB SALE On PCRc H ASlD AT BEST AT I. BEQULAB*VESTMENT SECURITIES DEALT IN. FOREIOK ASDDOMEa lIC EXCHANGE ol54-liu LEWIS JOHNSON A Co.. Bankers. oil tineDt FIRE INSURANCE jntal Fire Ins. Co . N. T- Capital...?1.000,000 hanuvsr plte I us Co- N. Y_ ....l.OOO.OOO Crent lire lna. Co^ Hartiord, ....l.OOO.OOO Olrvrd lire lna. Co Philadelphia (an old aud iavora blj known Institution, and a large ownar of real estate in thiacitr.) Llstnct ol Cuiumb.a Rei resenUtiTe. u. CLABE.NCE DUVALL, Real Estate aud Fire Insurance^ ?2o F st. n.w. Hon* t. Stocks. Household Furniture, Family Wsar lnK ArnraL I-.branea. Ac.. Insured at the loweet rata*. sl4-V'K Jao. W. CttHOB. .Jiw,W l^CAWCT^ Mainber COP?n* A MACARTNEY, oitrvEM BUiimso, i4iv t sr. s.w. yO^man Derortts. Exehaasra. LsaM. OoBWlcm*. Fallroad Mocks snd Bonds, and all securtUea lUtad oil iLe Exchani.es Ol New lork. Philadelphia. Boston ai.d balumore bonyht and sold. . . A siecialty made ol Investment Securities. District Pti d. and all Local ltaiiroad, oaa. Insurance and lete 1 hone stock dealt in. .... . . ? American Bell Telephone Stock bothrht snd sold. jylS icS=* ^"^i^N-nsT. Has removed hia office and residence to ol 1-lni* I st. n. w. fine gas fixtures. SLATE MANTEL& FLUM&LNuk HEATING I F. 8HEDD A WR0-. \-n 432 Srth st. n.w. ?&S? H R II RRR 1'ITT RSS, g3 H H II R R T 5~" Ss^ HHH n HRR T ?SS? a s H H Q BR 1 aZa 3 a h ? s t <w : FINE DRES8 SHIRTS TO ORDER. FOE FULL DRESS-AND DAT WEAR. WE EMFHASIZE THIS BRANCH OF OUB BUS INESS. IN THE EXERCISE OF DETAIL AND FINISH WE accomplish SATIS FACTORY RESULTS. WHEN T0C NEED SHIRTS REMEMBER THIS. a r. WOODARD k CO , MEN'S FURNISHINGS 15 TH AND F 8T& o26-lm Portable Grates. BRACs ANDIRONS. FENDERS. And all the requisites for the artistic treatment of the open fireplace. Exquisite Porcelains for mantel orna menta Choice examples of Royal Worcester, Doultod and other celebrated potteries. Artiatic BrnnaM, Kratwi &c. BAYWARD A ULTCHINSON. oltf 424 BtA street P hiladelphia StoRE." 928 7th and 706 E sta. a.v. ? WiU offer this weak special induce man ta in Under Mr Sanitary Underwear for Lallea Sanuary Underwear for Kacltary Vnderwe^r lor Glrla and Boya Will opeo ou Tl EsDAk MOHNlNO.aud sell aa long aa tiiej laat.a bM dri.a in Lemou Madraa. Fancy Mad raa. Nottintrbam an., xwiaa Tambord Curtaiua. Oloaac thea^ Kwda out froui an importer lor leaa than on* hall their Value. Will offer m Paisley Shawl* tor one-half their value Will offer twenty-one L*diee' Cloth Coats lor so* hail ih. ir value. Will offer in Ulankets banraiaa. Have luat raoaleai a lot. one month a?o wou.d bavecoat 25 per cast more Just opeuintr FUr Tnmmuurs. could wholaaale than at oncaa ?a aaA. WiU offer In Draaa Good*, all-waol Dtaconal Cloth 30 lschea wide, at .lie., worth 50c Mi inch silk and Wool Cloth, at 87He-. worth 60a 44-utch ail-wool Casvaa Cloth, at 48c.. worth bac. Colored Caahmeraa lu all the beat ahadea. 1 .adies Cloth* aud Trtoota. iu all colon, at low pricaa. laoai auk Department we have a full line uf th. leartlai ? hadaa. in Colored Sllka, Suruha. hhadamaa Ac- Ac 1.76 |2. 4i-5. 92.50. and soon par yard. Warranto! 1.76. ?*. ?*^-'5. ?2.50. aad soon | to be the - Best" (u the market. \ alveia sud Pi u.hea la ?li ? hadaa and at low pricaa. A full line ot Draaa Ittaaiop, Notloaa. Oarjwtl Baga, Oil got ha. Ac.. Ac. carhabt A LEIDT, oSl BBS 7th aad 700 E a.w. J err EECTITED. Dolxl> DOLLS. ?BADa. DOlJL BODIES. DoLUf aHOBSL DOLLS' aTOcKINGS. . O DUIECnSMTV^^ GCARANTtl i.Ai.1 COACHES AT CO* I PRICE TO Boom fob Holiday good*. SPECCAL NOTICES. A MKETINQ OF THE STOCKHOLDERS , of the nONrGOMERi LONG FIBEU COT \iSHIS C 'MPANi wltl be neid iu tbe Olorer Bulld 1' *. So. 1410 F *t. aw., Washington, D. C.. on WED NESDAY. November IB, 1887, at 4 p.m.. tor the pur pose of alecUiijr a Board ot Director* and u>d wilug other important bOalnaea. AL'aTIN HEKR. n:ikl:i*_ Prealdent. EQriTABT.F. COOPERATIVE B - ILDINO ASSOCIATION ins taoitt-ble Co-oi-rr.t. Te bu^dinff A*oci?tloD will hold its ei hih aunukl .ueetiinr at Xatioual ulfles' Ai mor>, G *t, between yth aud 10th u.w.. at 7:30 o'clock p. m. THOMAS SOMERVILLE. Pres't. J?o. Jot Er?o?. Secy. 11 THE FIRST REGULAR MEETING OF PSSk THE ENOUGH GLEE CLUB will ltk? piece THCRSDAY EVENl.vQ. November :i *t 7:30 o'clock. *t the tiou** of Mn. C. W. FISHER. 3304 N *t n.w. It MARYLAND democrats! ?--S. Hod. Biinu Com pi ok and other speakers wil addrees tbe Mary I ml L>emocratic Club at 7:80 wclock tw-nlf bt. No. U0- fa. ava. Couie one, com* aU. It TO THE PUBLIC. 'ViaHivorox, November 2.1887. On and after thl* day iny *oa Leopold Bauuufarien ia accepted a< a partner in my buaiuess. Respectfully, luatS BAUMGABTEN. Isac ordaoc* with the above the firm will hereafter be Known under the uame of J. BAl MGAKTEN k SOX. and will be carried on h area iter in tbe new (tore, 1V20 PENNaYL > AN I? AVE. N. W. Owing to the steady lncr a -e of bualnees a larger and more ai aclout place w?* found to be neceaaar/, where all orders in the line cf .seals. Rubber stamps, stencil*. 4tc . will receive iroinpt atteution. All bill* due by tbe old firm ?U be paiu on prr* ut tion, and all those con tracted by tu; new nrrn wil; be paid with the usual prouiptneea. Very respect full >. j. Ufa Baumgabten. LEOPuLlJ BA. MuARl'EN. fW~No other Baumgarten ha* any connection with u*. It FRANK H PF.LOCZF.. KELi-OGG BL'li.DING, 1410 F 8T. Buy* *nd ?eli* all stock* and Bond* .uted on Waah lUiftou -tuck Exchange tci-4t . Wtt S FISHER. FLORIST. (Formerly with J K. Freeman). Wil* oe pleaard to are hi* iriend* I At 14'-6v. Feunaylvania ave. n.w. n2-wk*,2t ATTENTION, BAKEK8?AT A MEETING ol U A., K. oi L., held on Juouday, October 31.1S87, the i'lllow.utr resolution wa* un.-nl n.oualy adopted, viz '"lh.it this Asseruo.y turn out in a body on the occasion ol Ljibo:' Parade on \? vduesday i-.veniinr, November 'J, 1SS7." l'he Assembly will meet at ti.oU p. m., sharp. at Cosmopolitan Hall, to proceed to the place of lormation. nl-'-'t a* ^"JIRSI "PAYMENT" 14TH IaBUE.NO #- S VEMBER. lhST. LgiU ABLE CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION, "equitable BUILDING," 1003 F*L ASSETS?97U0.568.01. Snbecriptiou book* are open for a new i**ne of itock (the 14th). f*ulucrii ti>,na and the tint payment thereon received ualli, at the otlice of the Asaociatlou, Equitable building, 1UU3 F at. Share* are $^.30 per month. Pamphlets explaining tbe object and advautagea of the Aaeotiation are lumiabed upon application. efflce hour* fivm V a. in. to 4 .10 p. in. On tbe flr*t Wtdi.e*0Hj in each mouth the <-tUce will be open irom tJ to 8 o'clock p. m. Advance* tiulx nuxle ) romptly *t7 o'ciock. 1 he Ugrh Annual >ieeuuK will beneid at National utile* Armory, G at., at 7:^0 o'clock p, m. THOMAa SOMEztVII.I.F, Pre*'t. JNO. JOT EPSON. Sec'y. nl-2t MlsS T. W1LI.8. MODISTE. HAS _ moved from 11U7 F at. n.w. to 414 fltli kt. n.w , and will be pieaaea toVe her old cu*turner* and any uXu. ra wbv may wiab to call. S. T. 'laylor aystetu. o31-St* REMOVAL.?the 1nd. STRIAL SAVINGS VvISi AND 1-OAN A.^SwCiA J lo.'. nas removed to lta new uuartcia at 1^20 t *t. n.w. JOHN U. oul ^K, Pr^a. IHu.nAa G. Ht.\31.i, Sec re u y. oiil-lm ^VIRGINIA democratic VuTERH. All Democivtic Voter* reaidinir in Waahinir lou dvjr <le*lriu? to vote in . inrinia *111 ni.d it to tuelr adv^nuure to ?ail at tbe Heauttaarter* of tne Vuvitua Democratic Aaaociatlou 41W lUtn *t. n. w. Room* will be kept open to day v.f elec.ion. By order Caiu pairi Committee. J.>o. A. JoNEs. coltlt cuairman. SPECIAL NOTICE. Xhe attention of the public i* respectfully invite 1 to our new 1-Uno Mareroom, No. 9^7 F at. u.w . where wlii ue iound a fu.l ilue oi Piano* aud o.yaua, sneet Maa.c ami Mua.cal iuatrume. ts. We are he *ol afetit< lor tbe reuow ed ' Bieck" Pianoa, > hicu .re 1 (touted by Ria-baid watoojr, Fouia i^iaxt, Con.tantui Sieruberv, Ineodore iho.ua*, ana * huet ot other leuilntf n.a?iciaua, bvth oi a-utupf a .d America. A.eo *if?ti?tor the "Mhaeioca" Xia* a and the Faloubetc Co. a,a..aa?d" GtKana. at wuicb ttiere an vver l^O.Ouv now m tu*. Piano* *old en imtalmenta. rented, and exchsnaed. o31-3t CARTWR1QH f fc REILET. ? THREE RE IuIO-IIlSTOMCAL LEC TUi-L.-, to be Ueliver a, one a w ek. in ihd Cliapei ol Chriat ihpuc'oi'a.i t-hu-ch, G at. a.e? twi. oth and 7th. by the i.t> tor, l.ev, u. F. VvlLiJA.ua. tirati^ctnrc Hli/>l.-1iAi t. j,.. at 7h o'cioca. sub ject "rue lntroducuon of Curisaauity into HritaiU aa an Lide^euueiit A^ostunc Cnurcu." ool-ot* REPOHFoF THE CONDITION or iss EQolXARLE CO-OPEBATTVE BulU>I.\G ASSOCIATION. At the c.oee of buaineas October loth, 1887. ttAUVbCEI. Advance* (loan*) 9738.012.79 Premium* tlae 8.584.UO btucauoek SR.oV^nWi liUiiuio* lot and improvemeut* 0j,itJ.-?.'i5 Pei. Ou-l property l,l?il*l Va. u*iio..,com? leee ana inaurauce due. 1,4 *4 iSU Caan on hana 4,luU.tl7 Total tS.m.MU^.28 LIABILITIES. On *tock 9710-74'i.50 Front* aud aorpiua t>2,l?5.78 On real eetata H.j,tNJO.uu Total 9830 STATEMENT OF ASSETS FOB EACH XEAR SINCE THE OlGvMZATIuN OF THk. ASsOiJAiiON. Fir?t year, 1880 935.754.79 Second year. 1881 1^1,07^ ^0 'luiid year. l.->?2 l0?,21U.H0 FuUitn je_r. 1BS.1 2?4.li4tJ.0'J Fifth >ear. lso t 4Z7>?. bH btxth year, 188."i 66^.442 t>0 Seventh year. 1?S0 701.?J.>t*-8U EiKhtuy* r. 1807 SlLau^-^S District of Cu/umlna. City of Wathmgton, t?.: i, Juhn Jo> i davn. .-vrcretary oi me above-named Aksociation, uo aoleiuu] > awear that the above utate* meut u true, to tne . eat ol my ki.owleuKe and be.iel. JNo. Jui EuaON, ttecietary. fenb*crihed and sworu to beio.e n>e tnu ?wtn oar of October, 1887. JuaEFH FoRREsT. Notary i ubiic. Correct?attest: 11I0MAS S0MERVI1.I.F, lreeident. i RED. W. Pit AT i, I BEN J. F. Fl'Li-th,' Finance Com. H. H TV.oj.BLi, ) Tbe fourteenth i*euc oi atock 1* open for *ub*crip tion. Payments commence November, 1887. Office, Equitable Bull .in*. Io03 1 atreet. o31-3t NikW 18SLE OF STOCK. lui~Dnion Co-pi*ratlve Buildi g Association will hold ita *e vecty-thtld regular monthly nieetins lor tbe twyment ol due* aud makl * auvancee on V. lD.Ms. DAa. . ovetnber iJ, I?87. at7 o'ciock n m CoamoDol* liau Hall, cot. Bth &na t. *u. u.w. Sabacr.ption* aud tayuent on the 9th Issue of stock will lie received at the meeting and also by the follow luff: Dennis Connell, President. comer 1st and H ita. n.w. B. B. Tracy, Rtsu E tate office. 513 7tn st n.w. Meyer Loeb (Elstnan Bros.;, 7 th anu E sts. n. w. E. F. Bnckley, 706 E st. n.w. John J. Fuller, 58 H st u.w. Lieov i. F. Kelley, 310 st. n.w. DAN-L DONOVAN, o3l-3t Secty. lul 1 st. n.w. , OFFICE OF THE commissioners OF THE DlSTRI^ T OF COLUMBIA wasa ijiciToit, October 15. 1887.?LeeminK it conanc re to the puuLc inteieat* to open * highway from tne pres ent wnniiiu* of JMichiKku avenue in a 1-ortheasterly d.iection ali.UK tbe nortbein boundary ol tneGien wood Cemetery land, to tue junction ol the Hare wood and Buiikfr Hill ruada. tbe conunla*ionera ol Hie Dis trict ot Columbia have had tho said routs du.y sur veyed and a plat thereof prepared and Hied in this of fice. In compliance with the requirement* of la?. uo tioe ia ben by iriven ol ihepie^oacd openhnr .nd ex tension ot the inirhwsy sforeaaui. and all persona who have oOJartloua to prv>eut thereto are cal.ed upon to attenu at the office Oi the Commissioners at 11 o'clock a in. on the 5th day of Nov rnber. 1887, at which time tbe Cutkmia>totier* will trive hearing to -11 pat ties in terested. by order ol the Commissioners ol tue Dis trict of Co.um.la. W. B. WtBB, President Board*uf ConunHsioner*. i). C. o!5-a.w3w 1 ARTIES desiring A COMFORTABLE Hall for luaetlnn. eutertainmenta, *ociabiea, sc., auotlld call and tuapect Carroll Institute Hall, WM y st. 11. w 8ta?re and-pi ointmcuto complete, seaUmr capacity 350. 'le. ma reason.Ua vM-law-it GAS-FlXTUliEn. OUNCES losygsa 08- lm* _ 3EST STOCK. IX>W PRICES. N*-? AkiiiuoXi NEW FENDERS. E. F. BROOKS, aalK 63115th *t. Corcoran l)simi?y l?oora?ery to 7l3 14th at. n.w ot , special BAKQAINS IM MPPm VaTJ, dsr. ol4-3m Tbeirst lasOlm for tl bae met with peat *wtn.*a*. and la parlnc 9 per intaissttowithdrawlntrmembera. Itadvanoaaai ?umofSlSO on one share of stock, iwna tSeei before tbe ? W-r "WiTffSSl* ??" mirarsur Washington News and Gossip. Pas as 8 and 4 of to-day* star contain: TM program (or to-night's labor parade, the anar chista mar confess, New York growing uneasy ?bout the cholera, governors' terms in various States, Mayor Hewitt taUs politics, telegraphic dispatches, 4c. The advertisements are classified as follows: Auction Sales, Wood Mid Coal, At torneys, Educational, pianos and Organs, Books, Sewing Machines, Medical, Professional, Railroads, Potomac JUver Boat% ocean steamers, Dentistry, Specialties, Pamlly Supplies, Ladles' Goods, House furnishings, government Receipts To-dat.?Internal rev enue, SMO,era; customs. $83B,487. The Public Dut statement shows the reduc tion of the debt during October to have been *18,833,006, and there is $11^00,000 more caah in liie Treasury than there was a mouth ago. Tbb President held another public reception In the east room this afternoon. There were about two hundred visitors present. ArronmfENT.?The secretary of the Treasury to-day appointed Oswald M. Teague to M store keeper ana gauger at Marlon, S. C. Ibm Natal Board on coast Defensb has nearly completed Its report. It has agreed upon a sys tem or defense, consisting of monitors supported by auxiliary craft, such as rams and torpedo* boats, and Is satisfied that the (?,000,000 appropriated by Congress for thin purpose wm be sufficient u> establish at least one unit o< the system. The monitor Mlanionomau has been selected as the vessel which win be the ctn.er of the unit, and ahe will be equipped with several fleet rams, whlcn In turn win be accompanied and protected by small, speedy torpedo-boats. If this unit shornd be round to work harmoniously and efficiently tue system can be indefinitely extended lrorn year to year without requiting a great expenditure at one time. Final Natal Maneuvers at Newport.?'The last of the naval maneuvers of the North Atlantic squadron will take place at Newport within a few days, wnen the entire fleet will once more com pete for the gunnery pe.inant now carried by tue Atlanta. Tue maneuvers were to come off to-day, but haa to be postponed on account of me lieavy gale widen iua been blowing. As tne guns on the At.ania and Doiphln are so much better than those or the other ships, these snips will keep at au average distance of 1,200 yards from the tar get, whue the Richmond, usapee, and ualena will keep at an average distance of 800 yards. Armt Ordeks.?coL Henry L. Abbott, corps of Engineers, has been ordered to proceed from New Yorx to Newport, R. L, on public business, and on Its completion to reiurn to his proper sta.ion. l ost chaplain O. J. Nave lias been reueved trow duty in the department of 1 exas and ordered to tne department 01 tiie P.atte. Second Lieut. Wm. D. W ilghu Signal Corps, has been ordered to pro ceed lioui Woods uoll, Miuu, to Lynn, Mass., to inspect certain unseiviceable signal-service prop erty. Leave or absence tor tour inontus has been granted CoL Wm. P. cartln, 4ui iniantry. Six tun Mom Dismissals.?AcUng Secretary Thompson to-d".y approved the recommendation or collector Magone tor the dismissal of sixteen clerks In the New York custom-house who had twice failed In the civil Service examination tor promotion. This increases the number of dismiss als at New York during tue past wonui to sixty five. Personal.?Mavroyenl Bey,the Turkish minister, Commodore Walker and Alexander H. Shepherd of Washington, were in New York last night.?J. W. Carpenter of St. Louis, W. E. Lurp of Troy. N. Y., ?. V. Surr o( Philadelphia, K H. Ackley of New York, c. ut. Pray of Boston, E L. Z .linsxi ot the army and CapuManual de la Caimara of the Span ish navy, are at tne EbokL?Representative Bland, James Henderson or Brooklyn and J. K juarkley and ueorge L. Ooodman oi oan Francisco, are at Wizard's. A. o. Bradsueet und Geo. Place or New York, and J. Parker or ChKago, are at the Higgs A. Powed or New York is at v.eickers.?E. n. l vt.soi New York is at worm ley's.?Percy coniugwood oi London, rtrtuur Le Fevre of Kansas and c. s. Norton or tue naVj, are at the Ailington.?Dr. P. L. Robertson of Vir ginia and Edgar Sanderson or N. Y., are at the Metropolian. 8. sweeu and A. u. Bassett oi -Vw Vora and YV. A. Spe<r Qfjic^rgia, are at the N4tion?u. E. Peirtttuoa- sJwYors, iL^i. Paul sou or Norrou, Va., and F. W. Batgwmt ut Boston, are at uie su James. TBOOPs FOB CHICAGO. TwoCeapanie* ei I uf an try Ordered to the >ew .M ill tar r ??e?erra?l?n. THEY AU BEST THERE TO TAX * CARE Of THE OOVERf KSMT PKOPkKTT, BCT WILL BE ATAILABLB IN Cam TBX1H SSRTICES SHOULD IE NsXDXD AT TU LaU CITT. Two companies ot the 6th Infantry have benn or dered to the new military reservation nearchlcagc from Fort Douglass, at Salt Lake city. Major Win J. Lyster, of the 8th Infantry, has been ordered to command the post. No other troops will be or dered tnere for tue present. The object ot garrl. soning the post at this time is that the Govern ment property may be guarded and protected during tlie winter, and that troops may be on hand to b?glu work early in the spring. The troops will be available In. a.-e there should be any riots In Chicago, but it is stated at the War Department that this is not tne primary reason for ordering the troops there at present. The new reservation Is between twenty and twentv-tlve mli?s from Chicago and contal is about 840 acres. It Is about three times us long as wide aud runs along a htgn biuff on tue lake suore. The Chicago and Northwestern rail road runs along one corner of It, so that troops can be rvaal.v moved. There is no money avail able for Improving the reservation, as Congress has as yet only authorized the acceptance of the land by the Government. It is expe ted that an appropriation will be made at the coming session ot congress tor the erection of buildings, or whicn there are none on the land at present. Ne.tr th>' re ervation mere is an inn, and there are several tr ime houses in the neighborhood, at which the offlcerscan probably secure quarters for the waiter. The troops will nave to be quartered in tents, but they will be floored, will have stoves, and will probably be bauked with earth to ke y out the cold, and It is expected that they wlL be thoroughly comfortable for the winter. Personal flarearau, etc. The Swedish minister and Mrs. de Heutersklold and Infant h ive returned to the city for a briel stay b-'iore going to Sweuen to spend the winter. The six-weeks-old child was baptized in the Swed ish church ou 15tu street, n ar Third avenue, in New York city, on Sabbath, the 30th of last month, i here were no invitations and no guests, there b.lng present only those personally concerned Tne ceremony took place at 4 o'clock, beiore the afternoon service, and the church was filled wltt uiemtera of the congregation. The tunad christen ing party occupied a irunt pew. M. Roustan, th< French miniate., and M. Lovenorn, tue Danlst minuter, were the god.athers, and Mrs. scott Townsend and Mrs. Blgelow Lawrence, who wen present, were the godmothers. A number of spon sors in Sweden were named, among whom was named Prince Oscar, the second son o. the king ol Sweden and Norway. The child is named lor lu mother, Louise. Mrs. Whitney paid a visit to Mrs de Reuterskioid and baby at their hotel on Satur day, and declared her intention ot being present ai tue service next day, but was detaiueu from going by her care for her husband, who required hei presence. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Noyes have moved Into th< city rrom "Alton Farm," Md., and have set ag housekeeping at No. 637 22d street. Senator and Mr*, and MUs Cameron returned U the city last evening, and are at their bouse oi Latayette Square. Mr. John S. bhriver, the bright Washington cor respondent or the Baltimore American, haa re tui ued rrom an extended European tour and re sumed charge ot the W ashington bureau oc hla paper. Maj. A. H. S. Davis, Washington correspondent ot the Minneapolis Tribunt, has Just been ap pointed - orespondent or the Leaveuworth (Kan sas) Timet, recently purchased by coL Z. A. tnnltt and E. N. Dingiey, both excellent newspaper men formerly o Aiatae. Mr. Dingiey is a son of Hon Neison Dingiey, Jr., or Maine, and will be rem. m be red in Wasaington aa having carried off th< higutet honors oi the Columbian University Lam Ju ge w. P. Dole and family have returned troo Berkeley springs, and an at their residence, 101< 14th street. Dr. K H. Dickson, U. It N., and family hart changed their residence to I8B81 street notttweat The Aaaaal Heperte. mnm?AnTu uuuaof us oamkxi xvt soar. The President and moat of tbamabwiof hit Cabinet an now bosUy eng^ed la the prepara tion of their annual reports to Coogreaa Attor ney-Oeoeral Garland haa finished Ma report am It la now in the handa of the President, socman Fali-child Is devoting all hla spare time to th? pre parauon of lus report and U order to (In tki matter proper consideration, dowot of tue won In the quiet of Ma home, he waa so overrun wit! visitors at hla office in the Department mat it wai dUBcult tor him to tranaact no the routine boat Mas. The heads ot the other Departments alai meet with constant tnterupuon la (Mr officia work, but not to the aame extan . During Mi Falrchlidt abeenoe rrom. the Department Affilat ant-Secretary Thocnpaoa aou aailecretary. aad ni duties at preeent are further increased by uie tan SEWS ???<-?"? ??? THE DOOMED ANABCHim. VaitsdItanT^pKM CMTt ??. cMm AckImi ' CHIEF JUSTICE WAITS AKNOCNCBS TBI DBCtSION Dl> JfTlxe TBI WBt OF IXBOR?NO Hon fOB TBI CJKDNOIIB MEN UNLESS TBI OOVBBKOB nfTEB Rl In the U. & Supreme Court this morning Chief Justice Walt* announced the decision of the court In the case of the condemned Chicago anarchists, r ruilng to grant the petition In their behalf for a yrrt t of error. This closes the last legal resource of the condemned men. The announcement was expected by the public, and the court-room was crowded, as it has been cachday the anarchist cases have been under con alteration. Mr. Tucker and Mr. Salomon, counsel for the prisoners, and Mr. Hunt, the attorney of Wlnois, were present, and ?!!%& and prominent lawyers .bar- Ttte *u about three minutes late in entering the room. Almost justi?S llelKd hf1 .^ken tDelr ??*13 th? Chief i1^8^ y>roat *nd pulled his chair cios r up to the desk before him, where he laid a He then stated that ths 10 announce their decls ? i??!l , of the petition for a writ . err?r_.ln Uw cane at August Spies y.1,.^!1., lhere WM perfect silence in the court room, and nearly erery one forward wun a hand to an ear to S.k. 7 , f word of the announcement. The Chief Justice proceeded with the reading or the de Hat* k? hnusuaiiy clear voice. It took mm more than naif an hour to aulsh the reading. room or ths decision. He flrst stated in brief how the case came be fore the court, and renewed the points raised by cl?e prtsonen1 in their briefs and ln their arguments Sefore tue court. He said from the facts thu* set forth the court was enabled to "rtadlctlon. As to the claim of S^.<gyM-yr petliloners that they had been -. .rights accorded them by the Constitution of tue United States, ln the nrst ten amendments, of a trial by an impartial Jury, the court had h6l < on several occa sion* that the flrst ten amendments of the consti tution were limitations upon the Federal Govern ment ana not upon the btaies. Tiiereiore the Jury ?. *er* n?t "> v.olailon of the consti tution and did not abridge the privileges of clt.zens. iSw vnria,LSi0i.Ill,nols were S,uill"r 10 those of M'chUjan, and several other states, ILrfh^K ^ en ,n Practice for years, and were coistlfuuonatUPrew? C0Urtt 0f tbe8lale8t?be were c,te(1 mwhlch it had been held that the ^ laws were constitutional. AS TO THS UiCOHFETENCY OF THE JUHORS, Denker and Sanford, as alleged by the petitioners, the court held ihat there was nothing in the re cord to snow that the court should have rejected them. ?21? *?rant the granting of a writ of error on the grounds of the Incompetency of a Juror It must be shown <hat the defease had no peremptory chal lensres left at the time the luror was selected, or that it was clearly the duty 01 the court to reject tne Jury for cause. The examination of Juror Den ker as given ln the record was embodied in the decision to show just the manner ln which he was an.? *ttenU"n was called to the ract that while the defense had more than a hundred and forty peremptory challenges they did not exerose this right, but virtually accepted Denker upon tue trial court's overruling this Objection tor cause. / &e ot Illinois permitted the acceptance of a Impartial when de declared under oath that he thought he could decide tue upon the evidence presented if the court believed bin?, The record of the examination ol Denker snowed thai he had made this deciar Hon and that the court held him to be a competent Juror. Tuere was no warrant lor the Supieme Court to Interfere. ihe Juror Santord, to whom objection had been maue. was selected after the deienae had ex hausted all r heir peremptory challenges and they had challenged him for cause, because they could not have him rejected otherwise. The Cuiei Justice read irom the record of the examiner.on of this juror l, tue trial court, and oecideU that there was nothing in it to saow th.it he was not a competent Juior according 10 the law or Illinois. It appeared that tne trial court, as the Supieme court of tne state had decided, had compiled in every respect with the law of Uie Slate ana with the constitution. TBI CASS OF tniS. As to the ptea that Aogost spies ted been com petteQ to give teitfimony against himself, the 'J*?'' presented to the Supreme Court snowed that he bad asked to be placed upon the stand as c.,?!10?8?la * own aelfu^' and as such he was suvjfct to cioss^xaiulnauon, and intent so be compel.ed vlrtu.il?y t<i testify agtlast hluise.f. to*th t?poi D? *'e<'ent' Qa?stlon couid be raised as TBS PRISONERS' FBOFEKTT bights. The point had been raised tUat tne prlsonere' property rights had been violated; that their houses had been broken into and their papers and other private property taken without due process of law, and that these papers had been used as evidence agalnat them. records of the trial court, the Chief Justice said did not show that the defense had oojecied to the admission of the letter of ^"u*.M08t U|5? 11118 found, but permitted it to go in as evidence without sucn Question. Ihe point could not* it was held, be made at this ume. am. BOTLEB'8 ronrr. Upon the point made by Gen. Butler that Spies and Flelden, as foreigner^ oouid not be deprived of certain rights and Immunities insured them by the Constitution, the Supreme court held that, as this quest on had not beeu raised or decided ln the lower courts, li couid not come to them in an den?ed.Pr*,rer t0* * * *m" WUl tUeretore? STREET LSTI.VATES, Tb? Difference la f igure* Between the liiktrlct Commissioner* sad the Cltisena* Committee. WHAT COL. LUDLOW SATS ABOUT THB lUTItt?HOW THB DISTRICT ESTIMATES ABB MADE, ETC. Commissioner Ludlow said to a Stab reporter to day that the statement that the Commissioners had prepared their estimates of the Citizens' Com mittee's schedule of proposed street improvements, with a view to casting doubts upon the ability 01 the committee to make an estimate, is simply pre posterous. He said that the commissioners were required to submit their'estimates for street im provements to the Secretary of the Treasury on October l; that at the eleventh hour the citizens' Committee presented their schedule. The fact is. that at that time the District Commis sioners' schedule had been already oreDarod. h0*eTer- s*0' the citizens' computing engineer with instruc tions to prepare them as soon as he could, but Sffbf* *? lud been used for the Dis The work was done ln one after noon and by a half dozen men, whose Judgment differ in regard to the needs of certain street* As It was the estimate was roughly pre pared and the Commissioners bad no opportun.ty to examine thoroughly into the matter. SOHB TOO HUH ABB SOKB TOO LOW. COL Ludlow said that no doubt In some cases their estimates were too high and in others too low; that the estimate for the citizens' schedule was made upon the same basts that is nt~1 for wtoea a? commis | sioners submit their Qual estimate to congress. CHAMOSS W THB rail BSTtMATBSL 1 The estimates as contained in the commission ers' report to congress each year represent several revisions ln which many times the character of I the Improvements recommended upon certain streets is changed completely from th.it flrst esti 18 due to the fact that the Com k,S>OTeraed by the amount of money tviikwe for the purpose. ir as was 1 tlcularly, Congress sees lit to appropriate less than tt actually needed for a certain .V.j interject into it I curbing and sidewalks only get thetwolaoer WTWO AOOOBMNS TO THB CLOTH. I CoL Ludlow said that the ostlmitre Mr each yhr are In no way govei usd by the estimates tnr> | nlshert to Congrses for the preceding year. The coat must be cut aooordlng to the "m* as a tor uerttten^ the wort. They were suppoaed to %smt?to(tM to OONTBAOT FOB "?'"f at SS cbktb fbb tabs. " "" In reference to i cubic yardtorgradlag is ample, CoL Ladlow satt: ??We would be my glad a Mr. Larwer or soa* 5L J25* _???? "p*S >dy romp hem the traci M be that ?* AmMuI Anhv ?( Ui? lUTf. 0 SAD STABTtD ROM WABHTXOTOlf TO BB MAM- I BIBB?US BOAT tO BB BBOtSBT TO THIS CITT. Tbe Nitj Department to-dmy received b tele (no from the officials of tUe Virginia Midland Railroad Ca, at Lynchburg, stating that the body of b gentleman was found near the track last n ght west of ^alem, v'a. From papers on his person he appears to be Geo. Arthur, a passed assistant sur geon of the Navy. The body was at Saiem In charge of the railroad company. It Is learned at the Nary Department thai Dr. Arthur was granted leave from tue 1st of November, and started from Washington yehterd.gr afternoon for Sbelbyviite, Teun., to bemarried. He wasorderrd to Wsshing ton about a year ago, and has since been on duly In the museum of nygiene. Nothing is known at the Department about his family except that he has a brother in the Army. He was appointed to tue Nsvj irom Maryland in 187T. surgeon O-rub ral Ounnell directed that his body be brought to Washington, and Is endeavoring to commu nicate with relatives and friends. Lively Tlase in a Law Office. KB. CAMZLL AXB MB- T. V. KILLER XK0A8X 1* AM affray?nobody bckt. Yesterday afternoon in the office of Messrs. T. F. Miller and J. Brown, on street, near the court House, Mr. Chaa. L. Hlue, as an examiner in chancer;, was taking testimony in the case of Mc Dermott agt. Made*. There were present Messrs. T. F. Miller, Daniel M. CahlU, C. A. Walter, COL Brown, Mr. Washburn and a colored man. In the course of the session Mr. Miller had read the testi mony of Mr. c. A. Walter, when Mr. cauili said thai It was a lie, or that the testimony had not been correctly transcribed. Mr. Mtiler asked: "Do you mean to call me a Our?" Mr. canlU replies: "1 do not cail any oue a liar, t<ut I say that wnat you haveread Is a lie." Mr. Miller then grabbed Mr. CaUlil by the collar. Mr. Waiter separated tueui. In reply to Mr. Miliar asking uuout his interference .?r. Waiter said he Interfered in tae interests of peace. In a little time the examination proceeded. Mr. Walter being on me stand (or cro?s-exaiiilnatloQ Mr. Miller made a slatciueul. Mr. caiilil sala tual sucu statement did not appear in the record, at. tol.ler again Jumped up und asked, "Do you mean to bay I de, sift" Mr. Oahill answered, "You may take it as you please." .->.r. Miller then seued a ciialr, aud .sr. CahUl, having had his knlie out, said if Mllier advanced he wouid use me weapon. A lively time ensued, during which bluwa were St. Uck, chairs overturned, and des*s knocked out of plumb. About tula time a lady rushed into tue ruoin, begging .?<r. Caliln lor tue anlte, and ne men put. it up, saying he did not intend u> use it, out i.nviu?d .?r. Miller to go out and ugut it out, Fiuauy all hands quieted down, each combatant regies Ung h.s share in the affair. Mjlrhiagb Ucbksbs. ?Marriage licenses have been issued by utc cierk of tue court to Oeorge Atenstein and Henrietta 8. 'lemple; Clarence K. uoiuies,of Fredericksburg, and Mary fc. Junes; Jacob f. Kiigie, of cuarieswowu, W. Vs., aud Mary J. Utt.ey; Aituur A. Cuaptn aud itebecca T. v> U. lamson; Dr. Junes W. nay warj and Susan E. Coryell; David L Ofluti aud ?dxa K. uleasou; Win. F. Fletcher and Maggie a. acjiaami. Effect or thb Wbathr on Policb Cocbt Brsi NBbS.?but few arrests were made by tue pouce last night, and tue session of iue follce court lasted leas tuau an hour this morniug. Juuge BueU remarked that the business 01 tue court was In uarmouy with the weatuer. In warm weather the assault.ca?es before the court tuu .ay increased tue bOaiuess, wnLe iu colder or picaaanl wcatucr such oases are but tew in uumber. Jeff Davie Said to be siaklag. MM XX-COXrKDBKATK CHIEF IX ax extk?mbly fbsCabious condition. A special from Macon. Ga, to tue New Tork Her ald, dated Nor. 1, says: There are conslderab.e doubts as to whether Mr. Jefferson Davis will re turn to his isolated home at Beau voir. Miss., alive. His cond.tlon. to say tae least, is extremely pre carious. For several years troubled with a sen jus aQectlon OI the heart, the excitement 01 iast week served only to aggravate his ailment. Since lost Saturday he has been coi.&ued u> his bed and a pnyalcian has been lu dally uttendance. His wile na* been at his bedside continually, ihe wound wulca lie Deceived in the Mexican war Is troubling hiui considerably aud he is scarcely able towai*. He is In a very enieemed condition, and his faint.y are learmi that be wiu not recover Irom the ex haustion. He has spoken but Utile susar Saturday and has utkea bat little neartsumani. Dr. McMau ton, LlM attending physician, expresses g.oat tears oi his lusbaity to leave toe city Thursday, as was arranged before his vuil Uo-day he iclt greatly improved, and despite ad* vice to tue contrary he entertained the youug ut 1 dies of Wesley an Co.lege. ? uen they caded at 4 o'clock Mr. Davis was ueiped uowustairs by .urs. DaVls and captain Johnson. Wuen the reception was concluded he. eturued to his room completely exnausted. It Is understood thai his dau^hteia, wuo are the gueats of the city oi Alacoo, nave been stunmoucd to tueir tamer's side. The end is ex pected at any moment. A Baltimore nigikWs Insanity. bb Mad a flam io blbct the prohibition candi date oovskkok of masylaxu. The Rev. John C. Kouud, a well-known Metho dist minister of Baltimore, and one of the faculty oi the Centenary Biblical IusUtute, was on Tuesday sent to spring Grove Insane as> lum. Cntli a lew weeks ago he appeared perteciiy sane. He had long been an advocate of prouibttion, but only re cently sh 'wed a disposition to enga.e in the pro hibition Campaign. He went to the leaders of the proulbltlOu party and wan.ed them to accept a plan he said ue uad for electing Suminerfleld Bald win, the pronlbMon nominee tor governor, a lew day ago he was examined and pronounced Insane. He continued, howevei. to visit the newspaper of iices and offer tor publication h.s artlc.es advocate I lug Baldwin and declaring that he was confident tout u jtr. Baidwm was e.ected governor he would | certainly succeed Mr. Cleveland in the Presidency. Congressional Uectlea la LobIsIbbb. A New Orleans dispatch of last nlghi says: It is Impossible to give to-night the result of the elec tion In the sixth Congressional district to nil the vacancy caused by the deatu of COL E. W. Booert son. The district IB composed of thirteen parishes, six of which are not crossed by a telegraphic wire, and in all of them the returns come in by hand. There would be ordinarily no question oi the re suit. With a full vote the democrats would carry the district, but Just now ihe democratic nominee, Col Sam M. HoberlsOn, lacks the elements oi popu larity possessed by his lamented fatuer, and uis nomination was the result of a political Juggle, particularly offensive to tne menus of gov. Nicn olis, wude ob tue other hand Judge Joan Vosi, the republican nominee, is a strong man wan all ciasues. The only parishes nearu from give itob eru>on an unexpectedly small majority, while Yost's strong holds?Folnte coup?e, Avoyeues, and SL Landry?are not yet heard iroin. A .mil I on far TIB OBTBCT WBICB TBB MBTHODISTS BAVB SUOCBSB rCLLY TB1BP TO ATT AIM. The New Tork Timet to-day aays: There are over 1,600,000 Methodibu in this country, and to day, figuratively at least, they are, as one of their number ex pi eases It, "everlastingly throwing up their hats." one of the ambitions of Methodism In this country has been accomplished. A tew yean ago a big target was setup, with (1,000,000 tor the bull's-eye, and toe Metnodista began nrlng at it. Tula year they have hit the bull's-eye square, aud It is more than prooabie tual they have even doue belter iquo uut. i ue Atissionary Society of the Methodist Church in it>?4 eiected the Hev. Chaa. c. accabe oue of lis secretaries. Either laen or at some other time toey als? gave him the title of chapudn, aud ne is now knowu to "very Metliodist In the country as Cuaplain McCabe. Chapiain McCabe had nor ly utaeu his seat In the oiuce of tue society when he began to talk about a million dollars for missions. Tuai Was more man had ever been raised lor mis sionary purposes, and tue Aiethodlsts were a trifle oououui as to the sanity of the cuaplain. How ever, alter he had taiaed at various places over the country, and his audiences bad louad that when he appealed tor casu tue contents oi their pockets seemed to flow out spontaneously, ibi-y came to the conclusion that ue chaplain was ail right. iue million mark was not easily reached. It required hard work on tbv part of both Dr. Meld, the otuer secretary, and Chaplain McCabe, and notwithstanding tae chaplain's eloquence the Methodist pocket Waaa't affected quite enough, 'ihe failure lost year was by a good many thousand dollars, 'there had ueeu an advance, however, aud alter repealed efforts t,ha year it was (oond that succea was to be attained. Chaplain accabe'a flrst cry wss "A million lor missions," bat wuen taat amount was nearly reached he changed it to *>A tor missions from coUecUoue only." Althoegn over a iniiuon ha* been raised it has not been trom oellecUooa alone, oat includes bequeath ? ml otfeer HflllWi. ?0 UH un bas ?irmtr thing leit to etrive lor. His weu wsthera in his denomination feel snre that sometime the mailt will ue na sea rt in tke manner he wlsuea, aad that iae amooat wlliaaee to be set signer. Habbow pecoiier aoctdam happened to a Beividere, Dela war.. psasenger train tast night at MlHord, K.J. The Uie ea oae ot tae aitving wbeelB at the tooo moOTe (mm, sad oae p*sce ahattered several r none of a laooe. Aaotaerpleoe whlxwd ?? nremanl bead, eatered the lunmi oar, tnroogn n aad ih annting car. Dear thnn fltet|i maiBgiiceaca,andwoibatralaati doing aay lajary Telegrams to The Star. TWO HUNDRED CROWS ESCAPE. Alarm and Indignation In Montana. O'BKIEH IH JAIL AT TULLAMOEE. DEATH OF JENNY LINO IN LONDON. A Canadian Attack on Chamberlain. THE KjUSEB** ILLKCft. Speculator* Making bn of It?A Gm4 !?l(kl*k ltr.L ?pedal Cable Dispatch to T?B Evexixo Stab. Fkanxfokt, Nov. 8.?The Emperor William was obllgeo u> keep to bis bed all day yesterday, but be slept well tut night and Is out or bed i<>kU} . Ye> wmay's alarming rumors were unfounded and ^ad their origin In speculative sources. An alliance has been periected betwi>en tbe nauonala and conservatives lor tbe Berdn muni cipal elections. Tbe Vienna Prctte says tbat the German govern ment baa proposed to Austria lue prolongation lor one year oi tbe commercial treaty. ?MMM were weak to-day lor domestic reasons. For other securities tbe continental stock ex | changes were dull but tiria. MB. DAVIS an GOOD HEALTH. 1 D*?lal ?( the tkn>aiiaaal Reports ?fcal Ho wit us a Prerariviu (aadl llfi Macon, Ga^ Nov. 2.?Reports tbat Sir. Jefferson Davis is in a precarious condition are not correct. Ills health 1* better than it has t>-en at anytime I aince he lert Beauvolr. Last night l?e received a number of Mends, nd conver-<u ?un uk-ui uinu a late bour. This MMM he is in line spirits. [ and in better health than usual. O'BBIEJI hechetlv rkhoved, I Taken from Jail at Cork thin morulnf and lonve|N to Tullaaiorr. Core. Nov. 2.?Mr. Wlldamo'iJric-u and Mr. Man devllle, who are under sentence lor using seditious I language at a meeting at Mltcbelstown, were quieuy removed from tnejall re ,i five o'chkk luls morning and taken away In a ?>. cial train, ihenewaoi tneir removal was not known lo me people of Cork until 10 o'clock. It caused tremen dous excitement. LcDGBD a JAIL at TTLLAXOItl. i DnUN, Nov. 2.?Mr. U'Bnen uas tx-eu lodged In the jail at luhamore, flity mi.es from Dublin. Mr. Aland vine v.as aisu u^en to i u.iaiuurt* Jail. A strong escort of poLce accompanied the priso ners In the train from Cork. Both prisoners wore | their usual ciotues. rOMEVEK IILEXT. [ Doaih of Mmmmr Liati GeMicbMMi la at ttM> Age of sixty?*tx. Loudon, Nov. 2,-fenny Llad (Madame Oold schmldt), the celebrated Swedish singer, is dead. She was sixty-six year* of age. 8a - had been seriously ill for some weeks. Sue retired fr ui I lue stage after her marriage in America in 1 ?o2, but reappeared at various concerts In aia oi IctaMa She had not appeared lu public since ' 18U6 Auachaseat Atainti Serawar, labia 4k Co. . Chicago, Nov. 2.?An attachment was taken out in tbe superior Court to-day by the Merchant s-N . I ilonal bank of CMcjgo against sk > m ur, babin a Co., of stlilwater, Minn- ou two promissory notes 01 $3,ooO each. Wall Street To-Day. , N*w Yohk, Nov. a.?The stock market was some what Irre.u.ai though generally strong at t.je I oitadlag tula morning, tL at pruev b iu^ frj u to H9"f cant, abwve last evening's final ngure.On most Cases, though horuiern Pacillc pie.ericd wa= dowuji- 'ibeie #as cn active busiu. ss id taa Mlsaou i Pacific, Heading, L'mou I'aclac, Lake buere and St. l*aal were most conspicuous. i n ntarfca; was ratner leveilsn, tnougu tairty steady lu the early IT-ding, w nlle a lew stO.'ks snowed a uecllnlng tendency and me Missouri Pucill JJsi , per oeui., wuion, however, wasufterwaiu regained. Peoria, Decatur, and Evan^viile, was very siioag, gaining l>f, wul.e Colo ado Coal lOs. lu. Maul too.i aua burungton and t^uincy 1 auu several outers fractional amounts. Tae ma. ket became more quiet hue in tne n >ur, out there w as uo JUi ther change in the speculation. At 11 o'c.ock tae market was fainy acuve and steady to nrm at close to opening figures. Volar Hack at the OM Prim. Indlanatous, Isd., Novemoer 2.?ibe coal tniuera' suiaein tins cliy was practlcauy euied yesterday by a large nuoioer of miners reiurning to work In tue lugieslJeand SUunyaide mine? m the o.d scale ot prices, lite remainder oi tne I sinkers win return >o work to-day. 1 koofht the Town waa Dooaed. Chicago, Nov. 2.?a special from Kuacoia, 111., says: a uiaastrous hre v.s.ied tuls cKy yesterday aud for a time It was reared tne wnole bualness uoi-tlon Of the place would go. i ue Ore orUluat. a in me engine rooai of tne large flouring rn.n oi J. a. Waim^iey, wnicn was consumed w.tn 7 ooo busheia oi wneat ani all tne macainery. Lo? I ?3o,000; lusuieu for *4,000. ihec.ty Hre oepa.u 1 men. bunding was neai ourmd, and later .he cen tral Hotel, owned by A. inajer. Lo?s on note! [ $10,000. To Adaslnlsti-r tbe Sew l,and Act. Dcbun, Nov. 2.?Several legal commissioners Wl.l soon be api>oiuted to administer me new land acu A large uumner o. tenants have ajt ,dy | made appucatlou to be pertmued to avail them selves of the provisions or the act. | Abolishing Quarantlae Against Italy. AiAIandkia, Nov. 2.? i'ne i^Uaiantine measuies which nave lKt;n enforced m re against vev-*-is J from Italian ports on account cf tue ouinreak of | cholera in tuat country wu. be abolished. To Visit ibe snluta of Morocco. Tangiik. Nov. 2.?Sir Drummond-U.j, latelv Engjsu minister lo Morocco, has arrived here aboard the bilnsb gunboat urappier. ae u going to visit the sul.an on a special mission, tie wiii take a number ot valuable presents to the """n" Tbe LocousoUro Cadi I AWOCWIM.M or IBB CB1CAOO (XjNvajrrlON TO MkCT IN KICUMOM) NUT TkAK. . Chicago, >ov. 2.?iue ciom riiuoa of Loco motive Augineers concluded tneir husiness yester day alteration and adjourned. 1 ne entire morning session Was occupied in tne consideration of a re vision of the constitution aud dj-Uwi of tne brotherhood, but no changee of any importance Wens adopted. Wuen the time IOT adjourniue.it arrived fcncitousaud encOUiaging aper^ues were made by cuier Kngineer P. m. Aituur, nisi Aacis Uutt Grand En?nieei u. C. n?yes, Seioud urand Eu.meer cavenei. Third Assistant Angiueer Jos. aprague. Of 'loronto; Urand cnap.aiu N.cho^as Long, of Chattanooga, ana secretary i . h. Ingra ba.n. The next annual seas.on of the broiheruood wui be held in Kicumond, Va., on tne third Wed nesday in uctober, umk, lAoau Heita's Plana. n WILL U1K? Tax OaLATBA ovxa TO OOKTCTB IN ALL NaXT TKtK'S HACta. London, Nov. 2.?The yacnt Gaiatea, which ar nveu at ^ueenstown on Sacurda* trotn New Vo.k, will proceed to Southampton. Lieut, iienn. her Owner, says be wui take ins boat to Aine lea again In tne spring and take pan m ail ot next season's regattas. la London, Nov. 2.?The report that the British bark Tempi* Bar had foundered in tne Hi is.ol Channel during yesterday s storm and tuat all me ci ew had been lost proves untrue. The vessel ar rived saiely In Lundy Roads yesterday evening. "Bllaky" Morgaa ceavletod. ??IIU1II ?LIXlUAN'S NCIMttt FOCKb GrXLTT or mkhu in iu nasi nswiuu. CLBTKLan, Nov. g.?The jury la the case of "Bunky" Morgan, on trial at Kaveuna, Ohio, for the murder of Detective uulilgao, returned a ver dict Ot guilty at murvter in me am a gree. OKAMD iv*t*VNAMA TO obtain bti ao Aim rmn LTNcassa. ?MPhov. 2.?A Delphi, Tbe grand Jury summoned tlgate the [yaching of Amer Ursen, and lite con duet of tne Judge aad anenff in not providing ex era guards tur the prisoner, repotted last nigm to the oourt that they were unaule to ascertain the names at any men who participated la ute lynching. They aao exonerated tue judge and ||M|teTbe foreman of tne jury was a prominent ?mi democrat. The people are ^mmmd wtU tto CsKAMOt Nov. a?a Little Book. Art, fecial says: News baa rsarbaa this dtTfrom Pauutner County of the burning to death of the three 11 tue af T. A Oliver, ohver, a vary om men, went to Ute Bali to pick cotton, aad aheruy after bM wile jotned him, leaving Ute three chil dren alone la the itouse. The bouse was boom dts tanoe from tae BeU, with a grove netweea. Tuer aaw a ciood oc anoke saraodiag m ute direction of ?CBABBEBEtll Mf*T BE BC CALIKT" BU |>rrlar<4 I* W ? I *irp la Ik* Dtrvcltaa mt Wmr. Tonoww, out, Nov. t-Tta G o'* rrfm to Mr. I^iamberlaln's appointment tbta morniBit. and la a (trougty worded eduoria. article Mr*: "in Brunto (ournais nib tbelr rye* again and wu? ?p to tbe ueceasltie* of lue alt nation. Mr. CQoUibrr.il a muat be recalled. Tnere u do ought or sboaid id im ease. ltoe imperative to rngu rod and t anadiaas are enutled u> employ It. Mr bom Or rta M. Lei tbe Brt.i* i undent,.nd tua; ibeli uw. Idiot aua are au.-e.r uaaed oa in* reaa.t of ij?e im pending negotiation*. Huouid the cooiuii?d <n*-t? tail to reacb a eetueuirnt, or auouid id* ik-uato Burke as n?I noUnug can be more jrrulk titan lbat ?a umiJ ?uiT aartatx tn m cmtu (TUB can be avoided only by urrat Britain's abandoning Canada tu will torev. r diagiace iue Bntlsj n.tine. DjB iU'Ui Know tnai uf untied Mates congress has already patera an eCl to cut on every ao. t ol coraturr>iai ex<uange ?uk ut> ada? Do they know Uiat congirss uasurg?dtii* Admiuintration to emorcr lu.i act? At* Uiey aware lliat a Very Urge proportion Ol t??* Am*:V can Jouriiala eeaseieatiy vituperate the P"-aldent twcjui* he baa not l**oru?d to rialiatm? 1> > tbry >x>uit>reu>'Dd taat tie can bare do option t>ut to employ tue act U tbe d>voi1?iioii* tali or U tb? agreement be disallow rd In U?e S< nale? |l lie dora employ retaliation, wbat tueu? We d > not ad aa alaru l?tn la deviating that a war wuich ur-nt Briton Has long reared moie tban any otbiT poaal li.e war wui probab.y Oocar. 'lo avid tlic 1 tugMld aud disgrace mat threaten tin-re is but wu< waf. mk. cataaaaLatN um aoui Cant taat the ouuook i? ark. Before bia appointment It ???> brl .ut enough. It ail bright uuti. lie ? al*. tomy euibaiT.iase.1 im aituatlotu li la gtcooitr be. caust lie nas ie.i l. revl tb< beat metnod o; seitn*. uieul Ul.li. ua to propose or dlacuia. au l be au?e be bus made hiiuseil baleful on lulu ot ailueul. Without distinction ot origin AuierUans r?**e..i uia insolent attack upon ibtwe l?-liow ClUaetii whose loyalty rang true by tbe most terrloie o: test* wnen bunurvos 01 tbou-.anis ot ho us or lrlsu mothers laced death In oaiue for tbe rvpi. jiic. It is uaeieaa lo louuU auiootu pr j,'btMe? u^n tlia bope tbat Mr. cuaiuti r.alu> priu ipiea can eacai>? tbe conae^ueu.i-s ut tbe bostlnty ibai be uaa arouwsl II i bey douoi i?call blui ibey take lua rospvuMbiiuy .or uiin. lr ibcy do noi recall him It Is oil!)' because uiev are lull of kyupatby lor bi n. Ilia own ra&li Itisoie^ue Ua? bruu^ut aim Into trouble, and Ue aloue auou.d be ibe Victim. (>urel/ It la betler Ibat be be uiade to uujefgo uls deaPTM tuan luat tbe peace ot bu-iumlaur m.i.lou* uC ?114'Uab Hpeaalnv pt-op* aiaou<d be JeopaiiUxed OH beuaU 01 bis di^mt>.' THI.MkM IT Mil DlSAKirE. Opiaiaa ml Ike %t. I.ouu f ire ? ki< f ma tm IMC t'auar al Ike Irrnblt l.tplmlaa. ?T. Loris, Nov. 2.?J no. Uadaay, cbiet of Uie dra department, oavs r>-gjrU.u^ tbe ezpl<Mion on 1Mb street yesteiUay moral u^'. by a uicb elfbt pei?oua were killed: "In my opluiou tbe explosion wu not CuUsao b) eltuei 01 Kaaooue. Neituer ot tbeao I'uuid bave tfUiUiisUHil Ua Ouliuiu^ lu Wulcb it ek piooed auu an 01 lue sui rouuaiu^ buililai^s tiM way youaeeat 14lb sireeu 1 never aa" aucb a complete wreck lu ui> ate aa me one v-?tenlay uioiuinir. I was upon u<e acene foui minutes aiier tbe .iiaim was stiu^k, aud uie place was Uieu as younuuit to-day. tliuer uyuauiiie, gunpowder orglaui jKiwucr was wii.it exploded, ai<d noon* cau make me bej< ve otherwise." 1 be opinion uf a nuuioer o( experts nud an.pie pruoi <.4 gas or gAsOllue. 1 be luct or lue ekploalo'i bt lug at coui pauieu liy a li,-ni luuicates tb.a. Toe i<-?i.iuoii) ot J uies tiieuiue, Uie grocery cu-rk, to Uie uact mat bu UtAJ. d aua Caned tbe piuprictor'a altenuOB to t>l gaa, Sill.," ? l s I be gaa Ibeory. MDUiW AI.I.OH l.U TO UM.APC. Alarm Md Indlnuaiiaa 0?rr 1 he Al letffi larliicvHi'l wl the I roupa. Call A00, hov. A bimug a, Munl^ apactal saya: Aiier watoblng ibe Indiana tor tare* week* til* ml diary tdlowvi _\nj ut Uiem to wake uielr e*a,e lor pa-la unknown laai nlgbt. ibey are sUtvosrd to 11..VC t ouie toward lula pi a ce, aud cou alueruble uueaatueaa la leti ucre .01 Lue aalety ut lue people aioiig lue bellowatpue and at*> at Juutllou GMT. 1 be actioua 01 Oellaui ludlaua about cuuSruia tue oeilei Uial all la uol rlgbi. It Is noticed mal an are well armed anu can uaae a loug atru?gie. Mauy aiotkiuen w ao luve tal'Jo uu iu? itoc.i.Uou ?re seud.ug out tueu tor Uieir pro.ectloa. Jusi now ilicj ar. tat, and many will atirely be killed by tue lutliuieni retia lnec.U itSli uelc aie greatly Ulceus d to tbiukUiattu* ltid.au> were <t..o*t-d lo enta^e u> Dtuc trouble w uui tuey Uilgul uave thru captured. A otbxk i tayt lkTiNu ciactMaTaXt'K. Jil Ws .!?? jusl Kaul d ut ie lual JjU.N ?/ POTC8B Uave arrtVtxi ou lUc crow reserv.Uou. ibey aay lucy c-me to trade with tue uuat, Ui ibeir naAurt la weJl kno? u by cue eeliiera. M->uy tu.uk il|lu0iBla| attain no good, r cat a (or Uie aaiety OMHAiei^ lati JIwa as iiuie ad\ auCva, al,d lucre IB taik of orgaoulus for defuse. ewuKO HkxttKa Ctmatiiuw wits tub srtnm. M. I*ALL, ?\oV. X.?1 U~- f>un-rr /rrli' special rroui lUe trow AK'Ut.v, Lue Indians rep >rt 3 ? 01U Hearer to yau- ueen lu lAe Big not u XLuuli* taais .>.0 .oay couimuniug wua lAa sfirils. u* teits ineiu ue got s to wueie Uod Uvea, wuo baa a cutnaui^n, a wulte m..n, and au ludlaa uierc. W1LU Wuicu Lo 0>-giU Mie ttoridoVer again wueu all aiv kmed iu 1 liis war. lue cutoreu in jpa iiodk Aicalnuey caiu.ed al tbe agency io-d?., luakiug Ux couipanles uere. kiulvl lue laoiaus coot.ng iu lu 1 espouse to ucu. uuger'a uroei a are a^uawi aud cuituivu. NO klBPUUL 1.1 IHICACO. Ike Aulbormet did not Expat* a WrM Would toe t.rauiru tkr Aaartktola C'Ulcxoo, >ov. VL?iue oral newaot tue ueclafoa Of tue supieme couri la lue case or Uie aiiaiculala was Uia-n 10 tbe county Jail by an Associated fr. se reporter a tew Lninuiea alter 11 uai oeen ra CclVed Hum M aaUliiKi-'U. Jaliei I ulm4U waa s? uted lu Uia oflic , limped baca in nut caair and aoodi to Ugbl Uls clsai. VL ben lue reporter told ului lile uerfs ue ueuUeraieiy airuCk a uiatCU, tit U.J Ct?ar, and Sold: "Meil,ii la just wuaiweeli. p.cwru." i ucie were no visitors at tbe }all to-day, and all tMvrijunera were lu lueir ceds wuen lue newaaiw lived. A bote was aeul up Lo bplea, le.du#. luia LAat Uiewni uad been denied, aua asalu? 11 U* nod any sUiteluenL IO Utake lu regal d Ui lu* UialUT. Spies M as all tl..< IU Uia Oeu ouslO en ftOft'*d Willi soUie lUlUua lijiU lie li'ad Lhb bote <wuu nsiu.bed 11 wiut a auort "1 nave boluliig 10 aay." boue of iue o.uei iucu would aay any luinf eituer. kver.vLiuug la p? ri cuy quiet iu aii? si >'UUd Lite J ait, uuu lu lac t a.l over tue a bote Cliy. '1 be tirniat of Lue writ waa abal Was Uinversau/ expeetcu Uere. Bailoar?a Kape* far Ireland. Lokiiom, Nov.it.?Mr. bailout baa wniteu a letter in wuit.u ue say s ue docs not doubl .ua. Ireiabd wuu luiiC aud palleuce w tU set tue law again tu tue poat.iou 01 supremacy irolu wulcu ll oligut uev.-i lo Uave oeeu anowed loialt 1 no Lasa u? leaLoroig lue L>w la uol au easy Oue, Ue aays, but ayuipaiuy encourages luose eugaged upou it. UariBg n. x it au UaudlUa. GALVtmoM, lex., Nov. it?a special from BrowUsViMH says: Mexican bandit* eu eivd lu* O.IHV ti. aa^Jeuue Ftores at !>a.aliZaa raucut, ia uidaigu uouuiy, on iue uigui 01 Oct.iL, auuguttcd 1L, Laxung eteij doua.'s worm ol u,ei .nau-u?? toe.ore leaving ibey unulag d Lue dooi, all asiieA lu* wibdotts ana de.aicd Lue uoUse gutteiauy, i u* bautiics luivaleued lo Cieaii out me xilumiib liy beloi e mauy day a The Betckalai taavakod. Bkrun, Nov. i?An imperial decree lias issued couvoklug lue reft as.a^ on Novem jer 1H. Mr. Ballaar Leave* Ireland. Low Don, Nov. X.?ill. Boa. our, ciuei aecrelary for Ire.and, ? uo ua* be. n tu Uuodb tor leu uay a, ra> turned to iaiudou to-day. Elite au Ordinary lkrt*oaer. axxruc 1 ua cimcinkxti um ?< iiiik, 01 tu KOItL.Oii cocat* JilL CuiCiMxxTi, Nov. it?Buoniy alter l o'clock tbla moi t-iug L. L. toa.pei, ol lue late fr.dedty tiaua, wcut 101 Lue U.at Uiue U1L0 ..n ordinary cju lu lu* Hamilton county jaii and spent tue ui|;ul tuer* like an ordinary pilsouer. ue accepteu Uia lot WlUloUt COuipuuni, aua said be Was Wl.Uug tO go Into a tea or to a uungt-uu. aa lUt Ooteinuieut should CUone. iuei c ale 1 utuora lllal lue IroVern meUt ufflceis became leartui .Ual ue WuU.O escap* iroui late llayiou jail, aud tUal ue Was brougut ueie 101 g.eater set uiltt. lie was foimalty ar raigued upou uia luoiiuuents in Uie L uiwxl blal? couit tails moruiug. Tixlow Fctek ar hxsrOKn, Fla.?Two deal tad fro.u yc.iOW lever Uuder suspicious clTeUijataueel XioUaay in baniord, Kla., It duced tut l>UVal county Board of iiealUi lo srnu im. uaul' 1. a yei. low lever expeit, duou lueie ou a special train to ascertain me .acta aud re^/orl tuem. A?r. Daniel returue 1 y csleraay aud made au ofbclal r -pori to iue ooaru of ueaiiu. in wuicu ue s.iya: "ibere id Undoubtedly iooui 101 grave app eueuaion uuder al. me clicuiiis.uio a, and 1 am very aUiv me ao> luOiiaea ol Dauiord aie au im^iessea Oi legard to ue uiaUer memseivea" Cutler Luese cL^una. Stances lue iluVal county Boaiu o( Beaitli baa da. ciarou a llg.U quaranuoe agalUsl HUtlklL Poak -coaxkaa' Mini laroesikLk?The board Ot dneclor* 01 Uiecuicago ooard of ITada lank mgut decided Lbal leguiai pora couid uere.aiter bo made lu Clutober anu xtarcu as weii aa in Lite wla Lei uiuuiua. iuls will make pork ?Vorne.-a" tier*. alter not poasioie. ? 8TTDIVT i>m raon Lxwh TkKMk.? At Krw Raven, conn., Jaa. uowaia bubit^ui, a Yaw sopuouiOre, died aouOay big a I after an lilaesa td five day a Lasl Vt eunesday Oonoiigbl piaj *u law* tenbU aud oecauue overueateo. He f.niM lo Lak* pioper caie ul Uituaeli, aua, OeOtaullis cuined, wad Ulaea wiui inflammation of tbe OuW*uk toe died In gr< al agony, toonui igbl uetou?ed 10 One ul . OiUeat and luoal loliucbtlal lamnlea in I'u ?now la reported all inrougfc tbe aoutb* eat poo. Uon of Virginia. At toymevuie It in reportad aewrii doep. utdiaud, leader or LoadaaM uaemployec la ttoa reoeut demoUstraUou, baa been OlMiuulltSd on a Cuarg* ul Lucltlug LO a brvaub uf tue poaOe. ?t a meeting 01 aoclaiisia ueid at k vaaaa Baa. day, resOiUUoOs were paaa*d protwauug agalual tbe ekecUtiOQ ol tbe clncagv auarviitsls, iwo Itaudied aud blty luca, over bail UK TThnla number m anion job pi miera 01 cbtcagti, went ed atnae ycaLeiday morulua lor blae auura * xk. Merdxi 'iispalcuea ataie luat I be aubacrpuod to ttoe tc60a,ou0 urwgon Mali way and kiavt^auoa t per cebL bouOa waa a complete aaoct as, tue *uUr* . mount utieivu by tbe Mnuuae kaixot aorda bo. lac Lakon at Vkjg ano aocruaa UitaraaH toertia unoa. ?1 be Loodoo Standard has advieaa froac Taaoa tave saying uiai tue yreoca aaitootlttod bad yieidsd in cue Mutter 01 lue American oou.ui'a 1 qaatar, wuicA bad -?